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Iiijurlra to Mkii or Rvtuta,
Hlmlna, tiiiralna, Contu-
I'mrturrx, CutA, Irra
UtI or Inclwl Wound.
llli'rdlnir I.iinra, or
Nonn Rlrrtl.md lllcctl-
Inp (Jurna or Tth.
omltluir or liluoil and
FII-,- lllwlinjf I'llw,
lllln.ll'llea. llnfktlll.lR 1
niKii. nwtiitu race.
NtllTnr or fiorrnwia.
IJimtaiKO, Ijuiic Hack.
Horn Tlirout or Uulnaf,
More or loflatnnl Eyca or
More Klpplra, QUamd
Pain rat or too I'rofuw
MUk Orarlui DIi-
a.i aad Tumara.
ttravu and Strmtimrr.
ChnHnapa and Kxcoria-
uouA or lorunta, or
Turlroar Tela. En-
lart-Hl or InSatnod Win..
Clem, Old Sorea, Inter
Holla, Carbunclra. Tu
Inora. lint Hwrlllnira.
Curua and llunlona, Clial-
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t'lina naTM.Uarneiia or Sad-
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SIIE WILL ASK AKOTHKK FAVOR OF
Tlir lropecllvr flnabnnil or Her
(Cur. of th Chicago Kvenlnr .loiirual )
London, February 5, 1B7C.
The milk in the present cocoanut la al
ready accounted for. It wna not Intended
Uiatls should leak out quite so aoob, and the
(Juren was to have credit lor yielding to
the .lciuresof her people, and showing hcr
aclfvnce again among them. We were
maVlag ready for a Jolly aenton. '0oert
wa la raptures, and tradesman nlmoat
Irantleover the prospects held out to them.
The Queen would not only open Parliament
In peron next Tuesday, but she would also
attend a grand concert ot Ilia Albert Hall,
and wit generally about to resume her
preper portion in society; It was known
that she Intends a long visit to Oermany
this year, andattlrpt it wai understood that
Mr. Disraeli had represented to her that
she must not Ie.ue England, for her own
pleasure, without first evincing, or, at
Icatt, pretending, some little Interest In the
nation over which hc reigns. It l very
pos-slulo that she and the Premier faava had
some words on that subject, but, the real
reason of her sudden -wllllngnei to present
herself to the public being now ascertained,
there la no necessity fortpeculatlng further
about It She wants' Parliament to grant
another 15,000 a .rear to her youngest
(laughter, the Princes a Beatrice, for whom
It Is said she has founil a husband. It cer
tainly is very odd that the Queen has ncv cr,
nine, her husband's d tath, made her ap
pearance In public unleaashehaihad some
such uk to erlnd, and th e I act is discredit
able alike to herself and totheptorlc over
whom she rules ; to her, because It proves
that she can only be inovctl to perfotm her
duties by consideration of poundr, shil
lings and pence, and to tlucm, because they
can so readily condone all her short-coming,
and resume all their 'oyajty when
ever she chooses to exhibit herself In a
Of courso she will get the allowance he
asks for, and then return to the wilds of
Balmoral, the gloom of Osborne, or tbo se
clusion of Windsor, and that will be the last
wc shall or hear of her, until, in duo time,
she will want an other grant for the mar
riage ol Price Arthur or 1 'rincc Leopold.
And alter them, if she lives long enough,
will come her grandchildren, who arc now
rapidly growing up.
mi: NEW ItOYAL l'K K810NKH
Is said to be another petty Uenuan poten
tate, known as Prince Louis; of tmtenberg,
of whom nobody appears eve r to have heard
before, but who, neverthetciw, Is Mid to bo
already an clticer In the ltrit'Jah navy, and
to bo now In India, in attendance on tho
Prince of Wale. Indeed, it- is curious that
the very day the intended mxrch was pub
licly announced, a telegram from India was
received stating that ho had just received
a severe Injury Iroin a fall, 'while engaged
Intlicjroyal sport of "plg-stteking" (tho
more royal journals call it "boar-spcarlng"').
It ia to bu hoped tint his high mightiness
has not been ceriously damaged to an ex
tent tint will prcv cut him from performing
his Important functions ax a member or the
royal family, and gteat sympathy is already
expressed for the Princ'f.n Beatrice. But
some ol tho journal are terribly severe .
upon the Queen, and one, in particular,
says that it is Idle to attempt to attempt to
dlsgulso her lull In the oplnlnu of her peo
ple. "Charges Against a Clergyman."
A Nice (input ion. for the r.nifllnu
t'oiirla lis naeliae "slow Murh aiinll
Once in a while nomay read In the En
glish papers a bending, "Charges Against a
Clergyman," and it W noticeable that in
nine casci out ol ten these charges are oi an
alcoholic character. Tho English piston)
who yield to temptation do nota a gen
eral thing, seek the companionship and
consolation of tho female members of their
congregations, as is customery with their
weak brethren on thU aide of the Atlantic,
but rather fly to tho flowing bowl. The last
caso of the kind is thatofltev.Dr. Bedhead,
vicar ot St. Peter' Boon Ferry, noar Man
chester, who in seventy-four years old, and
has held hla present Hying for thirty years.
He was brought to trial recently for Inso.
brlcty nt an entertainment, and was found
guilty. The attornoy-genernl, in his speech
for the defendant, did not deny that drunk
cnneis to an extent which would cause a
scundal was an ollonie against the law ec
clesiastical, but bo "very mu:h doubted
whether tho tact that a clergyman had taken
one or two more glasses than was good for
him although very considerable was an
otTenrto against those lawsi'" In splto ot this
fine distinction urged upon the part or the
defense, tbo ecclesiastical court found the
vicar guilty, nud ho Immediately appealed
to tho archbishop's couit so conlldont wna
ho that tbo higher ecclesiastical authority
would confirm him in tho right to take an
occasional glass or two "more than was
good for him." If tho higher court sustains
him, it will devolvo)upon that tribunal to
tclljusthowdrunk a reverend gentleman
may get without offending ngnlnst tbo laws
ecclesiastical. It roust define tho dlllcrcnt
degrees of tightness, and expatiate upon
the earlier stages of fullness, laying down
tho law with such precision that It will be
easy hereafter to draw the lino between
the state whcroln a man Is simply Hushed
disguised, mellow, fresh, flustered, cut, foul
tipsy, or temutent, as it were, and the more
advanced stage wherein he become! boozy,
top-heavy, ovorcoinc, elevated, screwed,
cotned, rattled, lushy, muddled, maudlin,
sleepy drunk, drunk ai a tiddler, drunk ni
a lord, drunk ui an owl, or drunk m a
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1870.
The Nurretsarul I'hyalelan.
There is probably no man I whom the
community owe so much as ta tho boiieM,
fiilr-spoken physician, who docs hli act
ual duty both to himself and to hl patients,
lteally skillful physicians are not so numer
ous that their virtues need no mention, and
hence tho advertisement of Dr. It, V.
Picric, of II jITalo, may well claim the read
er's attention. Dr. Pierce Is a type of a
class of men who obtain success by acarelul
nun well directed effort, not attempting too
much, overeating f.il.c Ideas as to the ahil
lty. Tho only rellablo physician In thee
days of complicated disorders and hlsjh
presstiro living Is tho "specialist," the man
who understands his one branch of Hie
business. Kuchlnhls line Is Dr. Pierce.
For the benefit of his readers hi- has writ
ten a "Common Scnee Medical Aihlor,"
which i well worth reading by those who
need such a work. With strict business
honor, high professional skill, reasonable
fcc, and a large corps of competent assist
ants, Dr. Pierce will doubtless make his
name familiar as "household words."
Leslic'a Kewapars aud Macailnra, the oldest
talabllsbcil Illustrated rrrlodicali In America,
they are now Drat offered to canvafcrs, who
will, if Ihfy secure an agency and exclusive tcr
ritory. 1st enabled to Introduce seventeen first
class illustrated 1'erlodlcrls, suited to aa many
distinct taatwor wants, and, with the choice
from eight new and bentitlml chromos, given
tree of eosta to eneh annual subscriber, be en
abled t aecure one or more aubscriptions In
very family In their district. To skillful cun
yasscra this will eeoirerriuuitntenviiV,miit,'
anil the renewals each year will lie a source o
aynnd aaaumt mcnue. Specimen papers
and moat liberal inns sent to all aiipllcaiita who
'name th territory they desire to canvass . Ad
dress, Agency Drisirtnieut, Frank Leslie a
Publishing House, W7 l'rarl Stmt, New Yotk.
every weak testify to the popularity of the "ieo
plea'pMier," the Star Kpanglcit llanner. Mill
year, a lanr page, w coluiiinpaper. illiMtra'rd,
anu hum Willi ciurniinj; atones, lairs, twiiis,
wit, humor, and three columns devoted tolls
"Kopue Corner,'' or expose of Swindlers,
Quacks, and Unmbaais. It Is by all odds the
I.! ami molt tsnmiUr of all the literary Miners.
ltexul by 130.00" delighted u W.riliera, ratnbllsh-
eu lotJ, ami never Biupeuua wr laua ui appear un
lime- It laa "family friend," and a complete
nunilv Miisr. II wllf aava roll from beins? swin
dled and rite you moat dellghtrul leading for a
whole year. Fall not to aubacrlbe NOW.
T41 ? it. charming French chromos arc citcn
H UlU FltKE tocTery one tt for the lUnner
for 1X70. These arc worth f 1 each, and are
Israutlcs, all moiiulcd ready to hang or frame
Header, you want the llanner, you must try It
It coata very little, only "3 ccnta a year for pa
per, or tt fur tuner and four beautlnil 8x10 chrn
moa, all sent prepaid. Kent three months for
only 10 ccnta. TnriTAToxcE. Send for samples,
mi better, 10 cents iiud nxcli It 1 nios. Ad
dress, llANNKIi CO., Hinsdale, X. II.
wnvnPDi:nr siiTrucc The
U VI! I'mir V It UUtjIjjkJU. Ureal
N.E. follsr fslr, 01 Ilromtleld at, llnston.
Masi.,ia daily ahlpping limidrnls of I'omh anil
packages ol valiuible gomts nil over the I.', a,
luj,lo worUi of Uold Jewelry, Iting. I'iin,
Sets, Chains, Charms, .tc. tc , Solid liver
anil Plated Ware, Cutlery, (Glassware, Fancy
lioods, (IW0 articles) and all descriptions. Fine
Teas, Coffees, lirocenes. Perfumery. Hair Mils,
i-oapa, Ac, Ac. Also&VdUbooksofallklmls,
unru isvi s aiiuir'iw a
These gomls ars
worth S J In
S.1 floeach and sell at lliose prices everywhere
yet we are selling everything nt the popular
price of only o.tr. dmxaii. iAv dellghteil
..uf-..n, l-allA IIia lu.ni.,1,11 . -t-
'ai.iil.B ... ... Mir. ... 1,111 Sill-Ill Pillt-,
and In our paper hundreds of If lit rs areprliilesl
iroiu our usiruuB iu tin-1 wii mnv eara. iiraii
r. vnu fun save monev.rnii i-iin tnnVis tlliirn ni
far n 20 elsewhere, If you deal wltliti". We
wool agents every nncre. we pay large com
mtMlons. .Vn risks, no capital, t.oods sent (J,
O.D.Willi privilege of seeing liefmv iiajlng.
Hestit for full catalogue, etc., free, send now.
Address, II. Olt.MIMON A CO..N. K HOI,
LAItrtALK, 3:1 llroomlleld St., lloston, linn,
llAnntsamo, Ills., Jan. 13, IsTC.
r Kara now mining a very superior article
VV ot coal free from all Impurities, especially
adapteil for grates and household use generally,
which we will deliver In Cairo, on the Cairo and
Vlncennea track by the car load of :l' bushels
at nine (J) cents er bushel, or two dollars awl
twenty-live ccnta (S2 84) per ton.
We alio bare a very siirlor article of Nut
Coal which we will deliver on truck at sixteen
(lii) dollars er car sot) bushels. Parties not
wishing a cur load will call upon F. It. Want on
Kighth street, between Commercial imdWasli
Ington avenues, and tie auppliedat reasonable
trems. Mr. Want will also del her this coal to
any part of the city at $1 i ivercar load, mak
this coal coat about a. M tier ton. All the coal
usedbv the C. and V. K- it. Is supplied I'mm
our mines, unsl it has no superior in the niaUet,
uuresa an orders tor coal to
S3"K.M. Ward, Esu., lias teams and will dc
Iter this coal at t:l HQ ner car. l-'-'iMltr.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholeaalo and ReUil Dcaltra la
Foreign and Domettio
WIHES OF AIsTs KINDS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
ZfKS8aV.'', 8UVTH A CO. have eonatanUy
XYX a large stock of the best gootU In the mar.
ket, and ajlve aptclal attention to the Wbelwals
ranch of fhe business.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
TH BKCT and CXXAPEST WiOON MAN
UFACTURID MAM UT ACTOR Y, OHIO 1XVEX
Noar Thtrth-Pourth Strett
8DCTH STEEET, Botweon OHIO
LEVJSE AND COMMEBOIAL
Xanufaoturaahiaowti Horse Bhoea and
can Aaaura Oood Work.
FA TROM AfiE SOLICITED
MT. CARBON(Blfl Mudrly)
OrdorS for Coal bv tho car-load.
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
jrumpuy uitonaca 10.
t&"Ho largo consumors and all
xanufaoturors, wo are prepared
io supply any quantity, Dy tno
sonin or year, at unizorm rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tllal!lil.iy llro 'a office, No 70 Ohlol.evic.
trilairiday llro. 'a w harl boat.
Q-At Kgyptlan Mills, or
fcj-At the Coal Hump, foot of Tnltty-Elght
tyi'ost OfBce Drawer. .V1.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Boonngand Guttoriug a Spooialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern
Lightning Hods, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing Promptly Dona.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WaahlnKton and Commercial
Avenues, adjoininir Hanny's,
KEEPS for sals the best Reef, Fork, Mutton
Veal, Ijimb. Sausage, Ac. and Is pre
pr.ad U "erve fainlllea In an nraeutahle manner
NORTH SIDE OF KIQUTU STUUK'i
Between Washington and. Commercial )
Sight seeing. Fun, and ailventuro on
FllL'B CoMIKBNTS AMD-" MANY SKAS.
Uysterie of ths Orient, 220 Kxiibavinus
llrlght, witty, eutertalnlng-the most attractive
book outi lu every respect llrst-rate. It "alls
Write alone lov descriptlreclixularaaud terms,
to ANCHUIt lUULISHlSUCO. , jw PtneBlrset,
So Mail)' erfect arc the recipes of the won-
iiei iui iiain-sooiniiig ami Healing Centaur I.lnl
IneiiL", that wc can contldenUllv aay they will
.-..tt mmmi fmim amsiBK irom nesn,
bone or ninse la il-raasji aaswas . Werte aat p-
mski imw its-T win menu a arotea let; or aa.
".TJ""." "'!" tMt rrn ta " s they
will reduce the Inrlamatlnn and ston the iln.
Nor can we gaurentee the pror result, where
the body ,1a a-slaoaiest by whisky. Tern
liernnre is as necessary to a proiier physical, as
Th While On lanr Liniment la par-
ticiuurii niismniiusii ca-ca oi BasaeaasBaBsassi.
Lumliago. .Neuralgia, Kyraiiwlaa. Maralna,
ltch.Chlltblalm, Cuta, llruises, Stings, Polaons,
.viua, cianwu, ?, cu. jucn, 1 ains in me aiue,
Wounds, Weeping Sinews, Barns, frosted
" i. m. . . uuui-ssciie. iiessi-acne.
Ulcers, Old Sorea, Ilroken Ilreaala, Sore Nip
idea. Sore Throat, Croup, Dlptherla, etc. The
most of Uicae complaints luc Centaur Llnlmeat
win cure t an or them it will benefit. It will
ri ssaiaaai rrom uitea aad atlncs,
and will cure bnrma anal aca!4a without a
scor jneionowing is out a sample ora Itious
and similar testimonials 1
Asrrincit. 111., lire. 1. 1,71.
"My wile has for a long time been a terrible
sufferer from Rheumatism. She baa tried many
physicians and many remedies . The only thine
which has glvea her relief is Centaur Liniment
i am rejoiced to say this has cured her.
W. It.KIXd, Postmaster."
It ia an indisputable fact that the Centaur Lini
ments are performing: rssrea siever tserasM
eeTreleil by any preparation in ealatence. like
Ina. straightening lingers andlolnts which had
been atiffforalx years, taking the sorenesa from
One dollar, or even llfty cents, inrrsled In
Centaur Liniment will be within teach when
nn acelilent occurs, and will do more good
than any amount or money pall for medical
attendance. When physicians are called they
freqnentr use this Liniment, and or conrac
charge several prices for it.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is adapted to the tough skin, muscJesand flesh or
thcannliuat creation. Ita .fleets upon severe
roses or Spavin, Sweeny, Wlnsl tiall, Ulg
JUad nml Poll-Kvll, are little lees than marval-
Messrs..!. MeClure A Co., DrngglsU, Cor.
him and Front sts.. Cincinnati, O., aay I
"In our neightiorliooil a number or teamsters
are using the Lentaur Liniment. They pro
pounce It auiwrlor to anything they have ever
used, w c sell aa high as four or nve dotes
bottles er month to owners or horses and
M'ehaye volumes or testimonials deacnbtni
ciires orapralns, hlcka, Ualls, Poll-Evil, lltg
llead, andeven Fotindera, which are Utile leaa
! . i r ,.. . s an aoinuu can
afford to be without a bottle of CenUur Lini
ment, which any dvruay prove werUa twenty
times Ita cisti
Sold every wlsare, but prepared only at tlie
Laboratory of J. n. Hose A Co.,
tflUarST., Naw Yosk,
Cross, aleklr buhlr. nml HnM mi. tn.iv nl..i.
health, and mother luive rest. Irthey will
use Castoria. Worms, levcrlshness, teething,
uiuil rallr, sourstomacliandundigastedfsiod
iiiu.u ui mmi erusa, anil produces sicaness
Uistorla will assimilate the food, expel
worms, ami correct all these Ihlues. For
twenty years lr. Pitcher Cierlmenteil lu his
private practice to produce an effective Calharllc
and stomach regulator which would lie ns effec
tive a C'nslor il, without Its uniilcisant
taste or recoil
'Use remit itlonnf Ida uxurrlmini ol.n,l,1
l'hvslclniis and iiuraes rutildlv mlnnieil hi.
reiueily, to which he gave the name of Cats
lorin. Castoria la as ileunniil lu lake na honey.
regulates the stmnaah and bowels, and does not
priiie. ii ia nuapieii 10 an ages, contains no
iilcfiohol, nml Is abHoliitely hnriulva to
the most lender Infant.
Try Castoria once nud you will siever bo
Prepared at the Ijilioralnry or J. II. Hone A
Co. , u Doy street, New Vork
Will moat linslllvelv run nnv mmn nrr,iii.n..
tlsm or rhciunatlo gout, no matter bow long
Bimmiiii, uu mc ie in iiirearin. living an in
ward application It does the work ouleklv. thnr.
mighlr and isernianently, leaving the system
BllsiHK "nn iieniiiiy i, ma UJ uny proiiuueui
is-rson 111 Washington City, and you will learn
ihat lite above statement is true in every partlo
ular, CONDENSED CKUTIFICATES,
Waahlmrton. D. C. December!!. 1874.
Messrs Helpheiislinct llentleyi
(jents 1 verv eluerfllll v slate Ihat I used Ilu-
rang'a Jthi iimailc Itemedy with decldeil benctlt.
n ii. n.ssiir.n.
Member or Congress or tla.
1 1'.. .. I . I . i- 1...1IA. . . m
1, uaillllsiiuili ' V,., dwttl IOIS'.
Messrs Helphenstine A llentley :
Gents: For the pust seven years my wlfo has
li-vn a great suffer from rheumatism, hcrdm-tors
railing to give tier rvuer, sue useti inrro uouiea
Durang'a Itheimiatlo Iteincdy, and a pennsnent
cure was the resiit. VM, II, CKOOK,
' J.xivullve Clerk io .'resides, urant. ' '
Washington, D. C, March 8, 175,
In the snaou of twelve hours mv rheuinatlsm
was gone, having taken three doses of Durang's
ltheuniatlo Itemcdv. Jlv brother. J. II. Cessna.
orllcdford, Pa., wascured by a similar amount.
Member or Congress of Pa.
Price one dollar n bottle, orsix Iwtllcs for fire
dollars. Ask your druggist for Durang's Rheu
matic, Itemedy manufactured by
HU.l'ilK.NHl INK A IIKNTLKY,
jirogglsu and cnemiais,
Washlnirtnn. D. C.
I S3-For salo in Chisago, by Van Schaaek
Klevenson A held, and Lord Smith A Co.
L. D. Am, Cairo. 11. K.'Akin Chicago
Zi. D. Akin A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Oollari, Etc.
aanad aSste fioT rdaaiwkleSto
Leading Jonrnal T limtivtrm
Will steadfastly oppose the policlss ol ta
Republican party, and rafusa ta be trass
mailed tths dictation of anycMqus tat tke
It bedeves that the Republican put MM
fulflllcd Ita mlssloB, and that tka Dssao
cratle party as now onrulied should ba re
stored to power.
It believes the Radical tyranny that la
for several years oppraaaed tte Booth
should ba ovarthrown and the psople cl tiM
aouUtrn Btataa persnlttad to ceatrol tkact
own affairs. s
It believes that railroad oorpofatloli
should bo prohlblUd by IscValaUve reacts
aunts front extorting and unjustly daacriaa
Inatlntfln their busUsas tranHetiosui witk
It recognUcs the equality ol all men
foro the law.
It advocates free eontmerca tariff fi
It adrocatos resumption of specie pay.
meni, and honest payment of tba pbbUe
It advocates economy it the ada-leJlltt-tlon
ol public affair'
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