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CtfU c?l itllivfi u
lleiulliiir llor on Every Vhkc.
"JOUS H. OBBRLY, Editor.
r,r oiaeiAi ('nil r in .vntinuni Dom
' ' rMIt)Anveiillaii.
'tin Htlon lcmocrtc Committee, in
wliom l. ilelejrutpil the power of tlvln tlio
lime ami plaee of liolillli;-tlip National IV.n
nrritllc -(invention ol iptTfl, liaxe uppaliitnl
Tuesday, tin tivonly-sovcntli iby r.luiie
next. iinnn,a I lie time. Mini Mletteil SI.
Loill hi Ilia pliiee of liolillin; Mleli emivei,
linn. CiicliSlite will lie. etitltleil to n reiieen
tatlon equal to floulili! I lie number ol lit
n:itors anil repie-ehlillves in tin- cun
jjrem of llic I'iiIIimI Slutc-; :unl tliti teril.
lory of I'oloriiiln, wince, nilml lon In ilnly
:i n Statu will rIvo It :l vrito In tin nrxl
electornl college, l.:iloiuvltciltii n'nil ilel
crates to the convention.
' ,'i)cmoi rf.llc, Conservative tiu.i oilier e.ltl-
jr.ctiK ol the rotlcil rftatcs,' Irrespeelivc of
piiVt itlltfril ns-oclnllotu,' ile.'lrlii;,' to co
opcrato w llli the Democratic party In it
precnt eilorlx and objects tuu cordially In
vlleil to join In sending delegate!) to Hie
nitlonnl convention. Co-opcratltni li ilc-
Mrcd from all per-ntu who would clinngo
nn i.iimtliltr.Uton that ban Mill'eroil I hi:
public urcillt to become and remain Inferior
to otlier and lei favored nitloin ; ling per
mitted eoimncrro to bo taken away by tor
cite powcrj; lin (tilled trade by unjust,
tnic(jiiat ami pernlolom IcgU'iitlnn;
Imposed luminal taxation nnii rendered it
most burdensome ; lia changed growing
projperlty Into widespread mul'eiliu; and
want; has Fipiandered thu public nume
rccklcitly and ilellnntiy, ami sliimelefly
usod the power thit -houlj have been a lit
to puniidi crime, to protect It.
For theso ami other rci.soin the. national
Democratic) party ilpcm the puhlie danger
Imminent, ami earnestly ilosimm of lecltr
lni to our country the ble-slngi of an
ceouomleal, pure and f(ce goveriunmt,
cordially Invito tho co-opf ration of tliolr
follow-eltlciwin tho cllo it to attain till
object. TiinmuaA. Walker, Alabama,
S. It. Oockrlll, Alkun-a.
Frank .McCanpln, Califirnla.
WillUtn H. llarnum, Connecticut.
Charles lluiiiten, Delaware.
Charles K. Dyke, I'lorida.
A. It. I.autoii, (ioorgla.
Cyrus II McCormlck. Illlnui-.
Thomas Dowllng, Jndlaua.
.M. M. Ham, Iowa.
Iaae K. Katon. Kant-as
Henry 1). Mullcnrv, Kentucky.
Henry I. Ogdcn. i.oultinii.
L. D..M. Sweat. Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland.
IVIIIIam A. .Moore. .Mhhlgan.
William l.oi'liren, .Minnesota.
.1. H. Sharps, .MbPlppl.
Tno. (J. l'rlct, Missouri.
Geo. I.. .Miller, Nebraska,
'i hos. 11. Williams Nevada.
M. V. . Kdgcrly, New Hampshire.
Thco. l llvndolpti, New .lcr.sev.
M. W. Itaniom, North Carolina".
John U. Thompson, Ohio.
.1 nine K. Kellcy, Oregon,
lames 1'. Ilarr, rennsvlvahla.
Nicholas VanSlyek, lthodc Maud.
Tho. "V. Simons, South Carolina.
William II. Hate, Teuucs-ee.
V. S. Stockdale. Toxic
II. ll.Bmallcy, Vermont.
.John floodo.Jr., Virginia,
.lohu lllr llogo. Went Virginia,
(leoigo II. Paul, Wisconsin.
Thomas M. l'atterson. Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCIIKI.I,, Now Yoik.
I'liKlir.in. (). I'mkck. JlaaeluiMitts,
Seeietary National Democratic Com.
Washington, February 21, I67il.
Alli'iiliiiu t iii'iiK-r.
Wo have lour do.cn lmilatioii
pnigiK! Ciin-Oiciie.r., taken r
lUiiijr, which wo will nil nt two dollars
per dozen. Inquire tit ltullctiii nllkv.J t"
Km I'kiikins bored Faxlon lately.
An excliaiige n:ya lie could bore it Kilt
Aivin: to Deiiiocrals :
Hot brick. l)i op It.
t J. Kti. Ci.Ar.KK, of tho (Srayvillu hule
itmUnl, don't hku Scrogj iitnlj does like
Harlow. Ho thercl'orc liojies that .Scroirjfs
will not be nominated by the Republicans
tor .Secretary of Statu and that Harlow
.Mn. 11. 11. Sit.nceu of (Jratid Chain,
l'ulaskl county, March l.'tli, pays : "Thu
'wifu of Cyrus Steers, llvlnj; between
'(J rand Chain tmd Caledonia, wasdeliv
ered of three children this morning, two
'tjlrlfi nml ono boy. Thu mother and
'babies doing well. Tho hither not ex
'pected to live. May UoJ pity hlin."
Tin: Qulney Herald says thu Chicago
Juitmal Is accustomed to ileal fall ly willi
Its political opponent J. Thu IftralJ has
been reading tho Juiirnal "up ldo down
Thu Chicago Journal Is 11)111041 its unfair
m the Spriugllcld Journal, and it don't
know what lair dealing with 11 political
opponent Is, and don't want to leant.
To llauc of ( jtilnoy or tliereabouUj, we
Ueelrc to apologize. Wo ritatuJ tiiat his
was 11 Heveridgu 111:111. This tho (Julncy
Herald denies by naylng: "Tho Herald
Is not willing to add this liuvcridgc to
Dane's numerous political sins, nml in
tho interest of truth assures Us Cairo
'contemporary that he is actually for any
'body to beat the present incumbent,"
Tin; Crayvillo fiulejiemlml li mho that
Belknap's delinquency can easily be ac
counted l'or. "Ilowas," Bayn the Inde
ptmltnl, "an original Deinocr.it. It was
bis early tntlniug that played uiali with
hlin." This Is an Intimation, that, In Ihu
opinion of llio Jiidcjiemteni, Pictltleiit
Grant, Logan, and thu other Radicals
who were ibmici ly Democrats, are liable
to etcul soiuetlilng til any moment,
llu-Ai-si; wc uiciitlonial thu fact thai
Judgu Alltu'jj fi lends ileslro to nominate
hlin for Congres tlic.S'wu held up Its liaiuls
nuirprUe. Why t-o? Don't llio fina
K"0wiatJuilKiAUwi'frum!s wl.li to
nomlnatuhlm.aml don't tho Sua know
that Judge Alien, lr ho 8h0U iJU ,,.
nateU, -ou d muku a XWk nuiv;ts,,
Mr, Qar zel will, In our opinion, receive
th." nomination Irom the Democrutlu
ventlon, IfheU guilty of no political mis",
takebctween this mid tho Um 0 holu.
Ing tho convention, but this bellet ol ours
does not alter the fact that .ludgo Allen's
. , 1- .1.. .1 ,.1 t. .
iricuus uesiru 111s iiouimaiiou instead of
the nomination of Mr. llartdl
Tin: ritiii:its ttv vnvvix'ft
sriutot, ninM: .' r. rM.inii..i 1.
llaingillspoed nl the polllirian and
pioeurcil as their repiwntatixo men
Jtntexmcn nnd patriots like lO-wanec
Smith, the Iiidepenilcnt of the t'opple
pehool Iiotio club of ilelVerJou county,
nrc moving upon the doctors. At a tc
ccnt ineetliig of this club, held on the 7th
Inst., two whereases and three resolu
tion of a remarkable 1,1ml were ndopled,
to which wo Invite the attention ot all
men who arc progressive and bold hi de
testation the daikiicss of the p:ial.
The llrst whereas declares that the far
mers ol IhcCopple Keliool hniwe neigh
boiliooil, have, ilitilng hu last past two
years, failed In their crops, and have been
unable, in consequence of this fallme, to
meet the demands of the meiebanl lor
goods sold llieni on lime. Till, In so
far ns it relates to crop failure, is the state
ment ot n fact. That lhl failure had re
sulted In thu iiilslurluiio of Hie merchants
troin whom thu farmers bought their
good? we did not know before ; but thu
knowledge has awakened Inns a lively
(yiupatliy for thoo merchants, uho-e
condition, It seems to u, mut bo even
more deplorable than that of I licit- funnel'
Tho second whetcus averts that, dur
ing thu Iat pat year, U12 Copple's 'choo
house fanners havo been 'deproed with
Sickness, ami obliged to pay exorbitant
'prices to doctors lor medical aid, paying
'otto dollar for prescriptions which cost
'them only twenty-live cents, and then
'being pressed for thu money when we
were leat able to pay." The llrst cause
of complaint U thu rickin-i which lias
deprcfscd the Copple farmers ; and we
suggest that gentlemen who are so able
at resolving being ol ll. at class of men
who believe the world may bo millciiuL
utilized by resolutions should lose no
time In launching a resolution at sick
ness. II they can abolish the sickness
that depresses them, thu Copplos may
dispense entirely with the services of doc
tors. That thu doctors who wait upon
our friends in thu Couple settlement are
exorbitant in their eliarges wc do not
doubt; but they might be able to work
for less wages It the, policy of cash pay.
menu were adopted by their patrons.
The llrst toolve is to bo more cau
tious In their business allairs. II this reso
lution is acted upon theiliiaucial troubles
of the Copplc's school house farmers will
vanish very rapidly. .Middlemen may be
cur?cd as Ihey should bo for their mani
fold shortcomings and their remorseless
exactions from tanners; but the cause ot
the woes of the great mas of the far
mers us of other men who earn
their bread in the sweat of their
faces Is debts debts uselessly contracted.
The second resolve Is to "aUt and
'counsel each oilier In sickness and buy
quinine and other medicines that we
know how to use." Tills is all very
well. Assistance and counsel in sickness
is what is due fiom one neighbor to
another, but we do not understand thu
quinine and other medicine pari of thu
resolution. Do the Copples intend to
aggivgate their cash and buy quinine and
other medicines by tho quantity?
ll so, will tlii! quinine ami
other medicines bu deposited with
thu treaMirer ol the Copplo club, and
bo tali) out by hlin upon tho order nl Ihu
I're.-ident ami Secretary '! If so, will thu
Treasurer have any time for any other
work in 11 neighborhood so i-Ickly as
Coppiu'sY Will the club stay in session
to consider every application for medicine
that Is made? 11 so, the Tops 111 that
neighborhood will bo greater failures in
the coming season than they have ever
been before. What we mean to jay by
these questions Is, that the machinery
necessary to carry out the resolution will
he complicated. Tho eot of running it
will be greater than lite lees ol thu doc
The third resolve Is that "If we
'know of any reeelpe or medicine Unit Is
'goid, to malic it known to eacli other.
'And further, that money made, Is money
'saved." Excellent. This Is carrying
out thu Idea of co-operation. So mid
dleman between' thu patient and the
drug store, Is a brilliant idea ; but wu
very much fear that death will be more
numerous hercatter around Copple's
school house than heretofore provided,
thu member of the club do not neglect,
if they know any medicine that's good,
to maku it known to each other. Hut
the last sentence of thu resolution Is Its
best features, and Is decidedly new. That
money saved is money made, no onu will
deny, and our word lor it, if llio Cop
plo tanners follow this way ol money
making lor a lew years, they will be en
abled to pay doctors very extortionate
fees, and never be pressed for payment
when they are least able to pay.
MAitMiAM. roii ii vr.itviut.
ludguS.S. Mai'i-hallls, we are lufoiuied
by tho llarrhburg Cironirte, spoken of
lor Governor. Thuro Is no belter 111:111
than .ludgo Mai -hall in Illinois am! In
thu gubernatorial chair would bu a credit
to thu Statu and rolled honor upon the
Democratic party. Delias been called a
salary-grabber, but llio charge Is it iiipsl
unjti't one. When the salary bill was
under discussion In tho house of Con
gios, ho oppo.cd it Willi all po-slhlo en
ergy, and when the vote was taken he
voted against It. When it had become a
law against hl piotcst and vote when it
had passed both liou-csol Coiigtess and
had been signed by the I'ri'shlent-r.Mr.
Marshall, having nothing of tho ileiua
goguu about hlin, took under It llio Mil
nry ot a member of Congress. Wo do not
believe this fact would weaken hlin In the
race for Governor, and wo do not know
any Demoeiat hi ihu Stale who would or
could make a uioru billliaut and cil'cctlve
We have received the tub, 10th, lllh
ami 12th numbers of Cell's Encyclopedia
and Universal Dictionary. This woik
has received tho highest praise ot many
of thu bot scholars and critics of the
country us being a More housu of Infor
mation lu thu various ileitis ol science
'uidiirt, philosophy, astronomy, history,
1 ''lotfritphy, language and llteratuic down
to the ptc-ellt lime. The Hill-lliillons
and pi lnlln.tr me done In beautiful style
timltheclieapnei'.sol lliosiili-vilpllon price
places It within Ihe power of every fam
ily to take the work as It Is Issued. It Is
published In sixty-four numbers, at lll'iy
cents each, delivered bv carriers monthly,
at Ihu rule of six parts per month thus
enabling subscribers to pay for the
whole woik complete and bound 111 one
year, at an outlay of only ten cents per
day; or In eight sections, at four dollars
each, delivered monthly.
i.r.r I'm Ttn:iti:i'oitr. wait."
The Slat? Ileiiinlrr concedes the lltnos
of .lodge David D.nls fur the 1'iesidt ney,
but believes the time has not- yet aiiivul
when the Democracy can propel ly be
eoiuinlltcd to any candidate. "Let us
'therefore wait," adds the AVis,, with
a stillness of tone that must melt the
most obdurate person, "until thnu and
'truth delroy the puhlie enemy."
Good Lord! how stupid we have been !
We have believed that the Illinois De
mocracy would have weight and Inllueiico
in the national conv ention by having an
opinion alinttt candidates ami platlorms.
Hut we were mistaken, tor now we know
that silence and Inaction are wisdom
that the time to speak and act will he not
until time ami tiuth have destroyed the
public enemy. When that time will he
we know not, and upon this subject the
HegUirr cannot, with all Us sagacity, give
us any reliable Information.
Hut, really, what Is thu meaning of the
Jteijhl'r? Arc we to be Inhibited from
discussing the points of strength and
weakness of possible candidates V -Mit-t aij
I lemocrats remain silent ? When a mem.
her ol the parly iucaulloii.-ly remarks :
"Jones would bo a strong man 011 our
ticket," is It our duly, according to tho
Iteghto; to wink at him mysteriously,
lead him oil button-liolcd into a corner
ami say to him : "Hush ! The time ha-'
'not yet arrived when such discussions
'are proper. Let us therefore wait until
'time and (ruth destroy the public en
'cmy. Munis the word."
This may be wl-doui, but we do not 1111.
dcr.-taml it to be anything hut cowardly
.stupidity. Everywhere the question Is
being asked: "Who will bo the Demo,
crallo nominee?" In .Vow Voik, the
people or many ol them say: "Tll-
den ;" In Delaware, tho reply is : "Hay
aiil ;" hi Ohio, 'Thurinan;" in Indiana.
"Hendricks;" but when wu reach llii
nois, tho managing gentlemen of the
Democratic' party say in a meek and
deprecating lone: "Well, wu don t
know. There Is Davis, a lit man; nut
'thu thnu lias not yet arrived for saying
that wu preier him or anybody, lu
'dced, we don't know much about poll
Tics. Wc havo no candidate ; we have
'no opinions. Wo are tliereloru waiting
'until time nnd truth destroy thu public
'enemy until, in oilier words, u,u sjti
'Louis convention tells us for whom wu
'may votu and what doctrines we may
advocatu. u aru so humble. Me arc
'waiters, who aru waiting for time and
'truth and Ihe St. Louis convention."
We don't believe this Is good policy.
Speak out, all of you, Is our advice to the
Deinoeiats. Discuss your men and vour
measure, and never tolerate a leader
who cckfi to accomplish wondcrlul re
sults at the polls by slyness, that believes
the concealment ol opinions is good pol
icy, or by cowardice that lurk in by ways
and only finds voice when It has bleu
told by authority to speak and advocate
certain men and measures. Wc believe
the Democratic pally of Illinois should
break away from the policy of inaction ;
that It .should meet In convention, de
clare Its belief, adopt Judge Davis as Its
choice for rrc.Idcut and go into thu St.
Louis convention shouting for Its plat
form and whooping for Its candidate. In
this way thu Democrats ot Illinois may
regain their old strength and have an I11
llucucc In determining the policy of their
party. Hut if they continue to follow
thu "Let us therefore wait" policy con
tinue to tarry lu silence and Inaction in
the hope that time and truth will destroy
the Kepublieati party, thu boilomiess pit
will congeal anil become solid lee before
success will crown the Democratic cause.
"Walt," h defeat ; "forward" Is victory.
i.i:;i:J Ait's ii:.mim it.n v.
The Cairo correspondent of thu Shite
Hetfuler says : ".Mr. I.lncgar was the
'political friend, contldant and conteder
'eratc of Dau Muutt ami John Logan, but
'he abandoned the itadlcal party, cut
'short ids political commerce with Menu
'ami Logan, and became a conscientious
'and lulliicullat co-worker with Demo
'crats, with whom ho still acts and sym
palhizes." When did Mr. Llnegar cut short his
political coiiiuicrcu with Miuiii and Lo
gan? Was It when hu could do the Dcim
crats any good ? Dining thu canvass of
lS7l.it was whispered that Dave Line,
gar was about to swing around Into
the Democratic p.uty, that lie did not
admire lion. Iku Clements, thu liepuli
llcan candidate for Congres,, and that bu
was Inclined to vote for Mr. Ilart.ell,
the Democratic candidate. Some of thu
Liberal Kepulillc ius, friends of Mr. Ilat t
zell, approached him, and were led to be
lieve that hu was anxious to annihilate
Mr. Clements and strike a heavy blow at
Radicalism from tho stump, To eii'ihlu
him to do lids Willi ell'cct, llio Liberals
and Democrats hired Ihu Allicneuiii, ml-vcrtl-ed
the meeting for Mr. Llnegar, anil
brass-b.nuled and bou-llrcd him 011 thu
night of tho meeting in lino stylo. To the
amazement ot thu Liberals and Demo
crats, thu meeting was organized by call
ing a liadle.il, a Irlond of Mr. Clements,
to the chair; tmd, to their iiticr-iirprK',
.Mr. Llnegar plunged into a speech 1! ell
cal lu tone, and c.uuu out of It to their
amazement, without having said one
word that would lead anybody to be
lieve bo was opposed to tho election ol
Mr. Clements ur to Ihu success of tho lt.
After tho election, It is true alter a
glorious Democratic victory had been
achieved Mr. Llnegar rejoiced with tho
Democrats and said a great deal that
would have done our cau-o somo good, If
he had said it before Instead of alter llio
casting of ilia ballots, since that lime,1
liejins been in Hber a roimclontlous or In-"
lluenllal ro.w.'tker with Democrats, be-
aiise he has not winked with them at
nil. What act has he 1I0110 or w hut word
has he jjpoken for the Democratic parly
since the fall ol IS7I, when Ids support or
thu candidates ol the party was
given after In-'iad of before Ihu election ?
Not one act, not one word, can be pointed
We have said these (hliig.s in mi spirit
or hostility to Mr. I.lncgar, hccati'K we
entertain for him only tin; most kindly
leellng, but we have spoken them In the
Interest ul'tnilli. There can lie unreason
for saying, whenever Mr. Muegar's In
dlctuiciiU uic iiii'lilioued: "Hi! has been
and is an iulliieiiti.il co-woikerwltli Dem
ocrats." lie ha not been ami is not
now 11 co-woikcr vvllh Democrats, nnd he
docs not claim that he has been or Is.
In l.lpplucoti's .Magazine for April the
foiii tli jtaper 011 The Century, Its Fruits
and Its Fo.slhaN, brings us to thu Cen
tennial Exhibition, nnd nftcr recounting
the steps by which the project lias been
brought to Its present stage, which Is
that of an assured success far exceeding
the original anticipations of its most san
guine suppoitcrs, gives nn ample and erlt
eal ilesciiption of the principal buildings,
with suitable Illustrations. I.'eaders who
folloif this seiles ol articles will be pre
paid! to visit this Exhibition with previ
ous knowledge of Its alms and
arrauiri mouls necessary lor a
propi r comprehension and full enjoy
ment of thu spectacle. The finely
ihitstintcd Sketches of India are con.
eluded 111 this number, the llnal paper
dealing with the new era now opening
lor that niagnlllceiit country, wbo-u moM
intelligent native aru rapidly asiinllat-
j ing the civilization of tho West, ami
' breaking down the banters of caste and
superstition. Abug and earnest m tick
on the College Student, by Professor
James Morgan Hart, will commend llsell
to the attention of all who are interested
in the details of our collegiate system,
and who desire its Improvement; while
another educational subject, ol a more
special character, The Instruction of
Deaf Mutes, Is brlelly but sug
gestively treated by a lady who
has had perso.ial experience In tho work.
In a quite dlllureul vein Is a racy bit of
narrative, The Herksldre Lady, by
Thomas) Hughes, the author or School
Days at Kugby, who lieru gives Us a
glimpse of Kuglih country life In ante
railway days. Lady Haiker's Let'cis
from South Africa are continued, nnd pre
sent n vivid picture ot the new home she
has sought In a region little known, and
peculiar alike In Its climate, fauna, popu
lation, and general condition. Of the
lletloti in tills number it Is sullleient to
mention Thu Atonement ot Leant
Dutidas, which has taken so strong a
hold 011 the interest of Its readers, and
story by Sarah Whiter Kellogg, The
IIoue that Su-au Unlit, which is evi
dently a study Irom thu life of leiualu
character and enterprise. The poems
include, among others, a specimen ol
I'lgeon-English, The Slug-Song of Maly
Coo, by Charles (i. Loland (Hans llrcit
maii) ; and tho reader should not over
look a ilc"orlptlon of Weimar, The City
ot Violets, and of the perloriiiauces or
llossl, the great Italian actor, hi the
Monthly Gos.p. The number is cer
tainly a strikingly attractive one.
All ot Tlieiu.
I From rln' Anna I'nioii
Several iinnips are now mentioned In tills
district lor 1 otigic-s; llartzcll, of course,
will lie re-noiaiu'itcd, on thu Democratic
ticket. Wadiliurn, of Wlllhuiion
wouldn't object running Iinlepcndant
against him, and lio'ilhavo a lair show ol
election too; but Ids beloved sonluisplaycil
treacherous on llio Independents, nnd that
cooks thu old man's Congress corn dodger.
The Massjc '.Journal' wants dipt. AVIIII-,
whilst tho (ioleoinla 'llcralil' Is for Hatim,
and tlio Metropolis 'limes' Is vain enough
to hnpo that.tolm Featherbed McCartney U
in tlio race, .linlge Allen's friends might
lmpo to seo liliu nominated and olected,
but tiioy'to long sjneo 0,t coulldenee hi
thu avallubity of bruins, la a Congressional
campaign, and will endeavor to put him
on llio Sti.u ticket for a po-ltlou that will
bu tilled by Steward, of .Menard.
'I,e I'm Tliereloie Willi."
From the tat IhglJtcr. (I)cm.) 1
1110 wiiro iii'i.i.ktin, 01 tlio lltli, lias a
strong editorial In ravor of nominating
......... 1 I. ..
.inngu was in i-.ivih ai mo Democratic can-
dhl ito for rreslilcnt . Tlio Illness of .ludgo
Davii tor tills position may welt bu eon
eeded oven ley llio-o who, llku thu Mtegis
ter', think tlio time lias not yet arrived
when tlio Democracy can ho properly coin
milled to any candidate. Hvents 1110' niov
lug forward i-jpiuiy, and the exno.iiru ol
thu (act that tho liupiibllcuu party Is an tis
soulatlou fur criminal purpose, Is aii'cctln:
tho mats of tho people, lu tho tluiu which
Is to chpso beforotlio National Democratic
convention assembles, llio wliolu lace ot the
National campaign may ho changed. Let
us therelore wall, knowing that tlnio and
truth are certainly destroying the public
A Very Wise 'Millie.
ll'i'im ihuChli.igo Jomiiul. (Itqi.)J
Till) Cairo till ) IIUM.UIIN comes out en
crgetlcall) in ravor ol llio nomination of
.ludgo D.1W1I Davis ortliis Statu, ami ot the
United stateu supreme Com t, as the Dem
ocratic .Miidldato for President. That
would hi a very wise tldcg to do, and there
lore He ilu noi bel!oo tho Deinoctuey will
I Fi ..m the CarlhiWIle Dflimciat.)
OA. Morrison has concluded, it is said,
that tliorc is no clianco lor any man of his
piuticai iicisiiaioii to bo elected Governor,
an 1 coiiic(uunlly his duties in Congress are
"entirely too important" to "permit hlin to
relliiipil.il ilieui." Ilo exhibits cry credit-
uuiu.igmily III una.
n.iiiis's.MAiiNiii.iA Hai.m preserves and
restores the complexion ; leiuove.s freck
les, tan and sallowuess ; makes the. sij,,
suit, white and delicate. Its application
cannot lie detected. il-lO-ihVwly.
Lvox'h Khihiiio.v makes beautiful.
IMII3SC. 1 11 V iti 1.i .. I l.i.l... ,
s'ii 1. 111. 11. 111 , I'ii-m-iiis us
ng out or turning gray. It has stood tlio
lest 01 in j cum. Is clianulii'tlvpei turned,
nnd ha no in d. h' .I.vvly
II teems that llio menimy ol lid- woman,
like that ol her renotvued hiihauil, Is likely
to bo kept, allvu to tlio end of tunc. Mlie Is
said to liave posesed a very In liable tem
per, nml bet iiamo has becomo a synonym
ofvlxrii." or "scold." It Is more than
posdhle, however, that the judgment
passed upot. her by mankind lias been loo
covcre. A morn ehiritablu dlpolllon
would undoubtedly have discovered lu her,
many good qililltlc, nnd havo attributed
her latllngs more to ptiysieai liilirmldes
than lo moral obliquity. 'I he patty most
tntilintclv aequaluteit willi her. nail there
lore best alio to folia a concel opinion,
Kle her credit for many domestic lrliies.
Ills now well known that man) ol the dis
eases low III It women are subject, hae 11
direct tendency Id lender them lrrllal.li,
peel Mi, cross, nioiiise, liurc'i'nu.lhlo,
that Ihey elude and lie! over all
tiliiselltthi ills and am.ovaiiees that a per
son lu health would bear Willi composure.
It is lair to Inter that mnt of the lautriim
of Vnntlppe were due lo these causes nione
ami could Sid'alcs, as he rulurned liom Die
Senate, Hie (Ijliiiialiini, or tho Atlieneum,
have stopped at Petlo .V Mortal's Ding
Store and cu rled homo a bottle of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite I'eiserlp' ton, now and
then, nodouht ho might have evaded many
11 "e.iirtulli leitt re," a'.layod many a "do
mestic hrnll," niadi! It much plea.aiiter lor
tlio children, and more cnjiyuhlo tar him
soil, mid rescued his wile's name Irom the
unenviable, vvoihl-wlile, ami eternal uotor
Ij'ty It has attained. Tlioti-atuls nl women
lilesithedayoii whiell Dr.ricti-'s Favorite
Peiserlptloii was llr.-t made known tothein.
A singlo bottle often gives delicate and slit
feting women inoro relict than mouth- ol
traatuiotit from tlieir lamily physician, lu
all tliofo derangements ciiislng backache,
drajging-dovvii sensations, nervous nml
general debllliy, It is n soverign remedy, lis
soothing uml healing pronritles render It
nl II111 lllnio-t valim to hi'llr- iiil'ei'ln? from
Internal fever, coutro-tlon. Iiillaimu-ition, or
ulceration, mid Its Hrciigthcnlng elicits
(end to correct displacement of Internal
parts, thu result of weakness nl natural nip-
ports, it I- (-OKI ny all tii ugiflst-.
J V vlilueol'ini fxri-iitliin In me dliiclisl by
Jllic I lerk nl tho 1 Ireult ( ntirl of Aleximili r
eniinly, In the State of Illinois, In lavor of the
people 111 im- Male or Illinois, uml again-t
.Vnihviv.l. Ciulr uml II Wiitanii Vt't-lili. I I.111.
lev list upon tlic liilluwliig iteserilitit property,
III lleielly of l.alro, coiiiuy of Ali-xiinili r niel
Klntriif Illinois, lo-vvlt t lil iitimtM ieil tvvi nty
lilnu (-"I) In block !iiiiiili'iciltu'i'iity.'i, as .
propeity of tbc -nlil II. Wilson Webb, wlilrli I
kb.dl oiler nt Public Snip it I tin- s,,.ii..-,..,i ,t,,r
of llifcoiiil lioime 111 Hie clly of l.nlro, III I lit'
county of AlrMiiuliT ninl Stab' of Illinois nn the
3!li liny ur .March A. 1) , IsTn, nt tin- hour nl
ileviii o'clock, A. .M., lor cash, to sallM'y said
i-Mi-utlon. Ai.r.x. II. Iiivin.
Miorilinf A i-.niii1ir room v. lllltn.i..
I .Mini, Illinois, .MareliTtli.lsTD. ' it.pt.
1J viltiie of a spiv'lal cMs'iition In me
.i.JrirliU ny Hie Ulerk ol tin-
l.lll-lll- t,'olllt of
AU'Vlll.liT rotllilv. ill till' si..!.. r III1i,iU.
Uvnr ol'.l. W". W ooti n, uiel inrnlinl I . .1. ,li'.
IVriis, I will sell the lollnttlntf ili-snlbisl nrtin
crty in Ihu I I rut Aililltluii to the city of ratio,
roomy 1,1 .lcnniier mm Mate or Illinois, p.
il 1 .14 iiiunln-icl ( ) anil ii-m ii (7i, In
ilncV iiiiinbonsl rnurtun II I) 1 nnd lots tiiun
bi-icil 11 vo (-.) nnd six (Hi, 111 Work munls'iid
tvvinty-tlme (il), IfWcil upon im tin- property nt
tlio-il.l l. .1 .leirrli's, lit I'nbllc Sale nl lln-soiitli-wcsiilnornr
tlift.nurl lloiui'iii tlio riiv
nfUnro. in tln-eounlv nl Alexumli r uml sii..
01 Illinois 011 me -f. 1 11 u.iy nr .xiariii. A. 1)..
IsTn, ut thtf hour or i-ti-veii o'clock. A. M . , for
e.uh, lo s.itiufy said c-Mciitloii.
Ai.kv. II lav lis,
sliilifl'nf Att-xiimhr county, Illinois
.mho, Ills , March I, l7'-. M-iM.
'I'rnsli e'si Sn,..
U'lureas Stephen II. Ward and wife bv
their deed dated .March 12th. IST.1, and
recorded on pace'JT'J In book "O" ol Trust
Deeds, In the Ilcconlct'solllce ol Aie.Minder
county, Illinois, comevo 1 to tho under
signed, lots ntunbircd tldr -seven '-'ITi and
thirtv-elujlit (:is.. In block numbered twenty
avoiif.!7,. in tlio I'lrst Addition to the city ol
Cairo, IIII110I-, In tnist. to secure tho pay
ment of a iei tain uo'e therein dcerihed.
Now, under the provisions ot said deed, de
laiilt hav hi" been tnai.o In :m payment ot
said note, tho undersigned will oiler said
property Tor sale, nl auction, to the highest
bidder lor cash, nt ihu (.Joint House door,
intheeilx of Cairo, Illinois, at nVlnck
p. lii..ol'.Iniidiy, April 17th, ls7H, for Hie
purpo-o ot said trust.
Al.KIII'.ll II. SaI'POIIH,
Trutee unit .Moitgagi 0.
iiu;i..si ,v iiii.ui;i:r, Aiiorneys,
Uaiuo, I l.t.ss., .March 17, IsTii. w!t
'county lor Krank
le.-lle'.vvspapi-i nml Minf.iim-, tin- o.Ul
eslalilUhnl llhi-tralcil IVrlinllcds hi Aninbvi.
clay me now llit offend to c:iin:uers, vvlin
will, il'they ei-ciiiemi iiji-ney ami ei-Iiii- li r
illory. beinablisl to liilroiluci- siv nli-i n fir-t-
class ilhistratiil IVriodlcrls, muti-1 tons xnanj
tblliii't tu-stesnr vvanlii, nml, uilh tln-iholn-
i'romiiglil new nml bi-aiilinil iliromos, kImh
free of cn.a In i-n h nmiiial subserlbir, Is- in-
ablcil lr si 1 im- one or moil- Hib,iilpioii in
very family In their dlilrb l . 'I n skillful e.m-
yasM-rs tit t will nvines iiuain nt iinplojincnt,
nml Hie iim vMii. eai h )ear wilt la- asiiiiieen
nil' ami assinvil iviinuc. Sp,s;nen papira
ami mint liberal ininnrnt to nil aiiplloauts who
gillie the ti riilory they itcslii' toeuuvass. Ad
Urus, AKtiicy luparlniint, I'nnik Leslli-
i'libll-hhig lloii.e, M7 I'enrl Stin t, ,i w Vm k
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
RoonnRtind Guttoring n Specialty
Slato Roofihig a Specialty in
any part of Southoni
Lightning Rodn, Pumps, Stovcn
Jobblnt; Promptly Done.
leipl nl one dollar. (pu. paid) or shifle coplen
at l i 1 cnta i-iieli .
dea!rrJioWn.u:i,!;;i;!rl """ll"'"1 '
W hy eiiii I not I oigi 1
Far O'er the W'iie.s
High l,lli Wulu
l)iiVMi xvheielhu VloliUljiow...
W lu ll Olil.lii kson had Ills Day
'1 Im (iiiiini Hi 1 r'nrn
'1 he College (Mlckstep
S t nut in
. ., W'eslermi
Ilo ymi Ueally 'llilnklie DM
1'iiiniiii 111 1 in- t( III I (!,--,
li"liirs,.M'ilrd Avenue, .V,
.(inirens oiners In Ili-nJ w
V. 'J-5-.il m.
JU. R. ll, CANINE,
OI'I'H ll AND KIJjbiniJ.N'cr.i Klglith Stint,
htlvveeii Washington and Comnieielal Avuoie.
wl" OAlltO, ll.l.S,
n day frturiintMd uiinor our Wm
Auuer 4l Drills. Slfio iiTZiTm!
iwlj lo Koo.1 AKtntn. Aiiyir bnol.
Hl'V, JIU Au;"C Cu Ht. LuuU. Uu.
"""o s- a
10 ''. '"Vou would wbd. to Mi.oke to
nnd Olirnwi went 11 nrToriUmriv Vl, 1V1 i,,,u ' ri.1?1' iUl,'i w,nr, H?, wont tintollOO
- - f'Tt
niii'i.uiiiir.n liiir by tin - I .I nl- d .Ma.
1 Mial oiiablv , 1 1 in Imii.' Hku it'i 111 .111 p.i
.1 li. 11 "" ,y"'i" lr "nil' siii.oi
1 u;ir nir .i.iu ;.iic p .ii c 11. .011 i.nr p.iiruo
WARRAro QGKQIKE CLrAB HAVANA FILLED CI5AP. m F,V2 CBSIi.
liis'lillH'llllr . In -.11111.- ., Mliirli-1 lt.i-nl ll.n sm.. ,,,. n - II... li n, lllli nr ii In 'x
lly iippnliiliiY iisliis-li; iiKHK-x liuiiily, No v i,t,. ,i i, i, : 4 ,, ,,, .,, , -i, , .
Givo th.onz a. Trial and ho Convinced.
Sole Agents, Cairo, Ills.
I. ?ARNBAK,BR 8c SON,
In Consequence of their Deter
mination to Quit the Clothins Busi-
ness, will Close their Entire Stock
of goods AT COST. We are in
earnest Ho Advertising Dodge
Give ns a call and astonish your
self how Low our Goods were
Bought, and what Snormou spro
fits there are in Clothing.
Importer and Wholosalo Dealer In
62 OHIO LE7ES, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Keeps n full sti'Ok of
Monongfihola.Ryo and Robinson County
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLAND AND CALlFOIiNIA WIRSS.
15 REASONS WPTV
() SYou Sbocild buy your Bookn at the Origi-S
I j nal Gilt Book House, 135 South Filth
- w vmjw, J. 9 J JJ.
St.. Plliln.rtflnhin 13o
Oi.r IMulill-hiiifiii Is id.' ! i, -
l llit'Kiml inllnM()i..
,'iV. Vi r , '!' ""''""I"'
r'"' ' "i LMiiuiti iii:iii:irnielil.
VrlKlnai , mH lilt ' ''r"""" m"1 Wm ,,v """'!
Ihu";:";,' li" iTnlii::"'
li-'Irl-m-nAw!'' 'M"" "" K",lt
low I'un-'- ,,.n!u.'il!V1""',l:l"v!",',,J
lull llllew, uml m-L'ii,.nlll lu inn i
r'"' exrifi'VKhnnl'fri'i" ''"VlnK.
bl'.Vifiii' l,'.",l'llll,iVi"M.' 1.,U "n,V;l
Mill. Vim (tit mom lor 5 our money than
nn lifit i tin. i, ....,.
- "Mn " mi ihu
,:8"'' nril'"'i7ien!u,0k 5"" '"
IMIniVVlm"...'!1!'. "." 1,!l"ll',,''.
rOlnlMHl lll.lt). II 111 (tfl IKlt ll.lf in
l.llli. Vv cannutuir.nil lu h:i:ul our
NEW OATALOOUU PCR 1870, SENT FREE.
Address WILLIAM FLIHT,
I'lim-iUMiii: in- nn.;
ORIIGINAL GIFT BOOK PUBLISHING HOUSE
KTo. laa Sovitli XUrai. Strcot,
"ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
north nidi: of ma mn smium
Between WaulitiiKton uml Ouuiuierolnl
himn nn nmbii-l l.i in.l... ,im.I . i e. I. Inuti I
nllnr M.nuir. 1 l.li, r 1 .10 pni-lnieii lfai-.l
niMippi iiH'iii r-villi m -o, imrlii ml
-...1 . 1. .... ..
J " ' 1
1 mil u-. Hit-1 ir, i- Ik 11
I1"'" I moie ,Um pwpl.
"I" m linn fur inenly-tunyi-ii-., I- a mil
u '" us",,'u", ""
",,val"" l'''"'J"lf. i''l we e in i.lli.r.l In
'," ,"Ke.il.uillliis. Mlmlly f,ir.;. h, nt ier j
I .u l.nif.l .1. .... ,.i-11 ...n- ' I
eimhlen , to XU, f I.Wfl wnrlh ofl.lfU Mill
l"ifwt,,,t llielowctiilail prirei, nml n Milnii-I
run b.- Im.1 nt nny nther More.
silu r Wiiti'li, nr l lepinil
""' l"V1'' l'tlcv' " ''" t '
- :' "'...K-nnmir pl.in. to nne.m Ihcnlil Mil-
llilnal Ih.miik I'.,.. ..i.lili
K-jmtuIInn, woduuly won. hy nny lii-itti nliu
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Dotxvoon Waihlnt-ton mil Oournorcinl
AvoiiueB, ndJoliiiiiK- Uanny'n,
KKHI'S fur fiiti-the lnt Il'fi ril,, Mutton
Villi, l.iiinli, .Smiwice, Ac, uml in ,,ra
pw-.l U rerve fiiiiiilieu In mi ucct'ptitlilu umnatr