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Blng Waller on Kvtrjr I'nicc.
JOUNU. OBERLY, Editor.
ThrOMrloK'All of thi Nnllnnnl llrm.
orralle VanTt nf Ion.
Tin National Democratic Committer, to
whom llcltratetl Inn power of llxlug tlie
time ud plico of hnUlliig the N alloual He.H
ocratlc:ornetiUonoM870, have appointed
TiifJy, the twenty-seventh day of .lime
next, noon, a Hie time, ami selected St.
l.oiil a the place of IioMId? mrli r-onxci.-tlon.
K.icli State wilt lio entltlcil to n rctirr-on-tatlon
ciiul to double t ho number of Its
senators and representative" In the con-!
gre of the United Statin; and the terri
tory of Colorado, whole ailiiiU-loii lu July
a State will giro It a voto In the next
electoral college, Unlso Invited to (end del
egates to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other citi
zens ol the United Statcf, Irrespective of
past political asioclatlolH, ilolrln? to Jo
opcrato with the Democratic party In Its
precent cflorts and object, hio cordially In
vited to Join In xondiii; delegates to the
national convention. Co-oporattoti Is do
Mred from all persons who would change
an administration that In tti He roil the
public ercdit to become and remain inferior
to other and lest favored iitlnns ; has per
mitted commerce to bo taken away by for
clco nowcri: ha Milled trade br imliiM.
unequal ami pcrnlelotis IcgKntlon ; has j
Imposed unusual taxation and 'rendered it
most burnensouie ; has ilungcd growing
prosperity Into widespread sun'cring and
want; has squandered tho publb moneys
rccklossly and dcllsntly, and shamelessly
used the power that should liavo been wilt
to punish crime, to protect It.
For these and other reasons the national
Dcmocratlo party deem the public danger
imminent, and earnestly ilonroiu.,of recur
ing to our country the blessings of an
economical, puro and free government,
cordially invite tho co-operation of their
lellow-cltlzciulu the etlort to attain till"
Thomas A. Walker, Alabama.
8. It. C'ockrlll, Arkansas.
Frank McCnnpIn, California,
William 11. Itanium, Connecticut,
Charles Iteatcn, Delaware.
Charles E. Dyke, rlorlda.
A, It, Lawton. neorula.
Cyrus II McCormlck. Illlnoi'.
Thomas Dowllng, Indiana.
M. M. 11am, Iowa,
Isaac K Katon, Kaii-a.
Henry 1). Jlcilenrv, KcUucky.
Henry I). Ogdtn. I.ouiiina.
I.. I). 31. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knoll, Maryland.
William A. Moore. Michigan.
William l.ochren, Minnesota,
J. 11. Sharps, Mlf-IsMppl.
.Tno. O. Priest, Mfx-oiiri.
Geo. 1.. Miller, Nebraska.
Thos. II. AVIlllams, Nevada.
M. V. U. lMgerly, .New Uamp.-Mie.
Thco. F. ilandofjih, New Jersey.
M. W. Hunsom, North Carolina".
John U. Thompson, Oiilo.
J amcs K. Kelley, Oregon.
James 1". llarr. I'ennsvTvanla.
Nicholas Van Slyck, lthode Maud.
Thos. Y. Simons, South Carolina.
"William 11. Hate, Tennessee.
F. 8. Storkdalc, TeXi.
John lllalr Hog. West Virginia.
George II. I'aul, Wisconsin.
Thomas M. l'it tendon, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCIIEI.L, New York,
r KKDntCK 0. I'kikck, Massachusetts.
Secretary National Democratic Com.
ASHixoTON, Fchruarv 22. J67U.
Ir Is believed that the Iteimbllcari dele
xatlon from Jlassaclmsettd will voto sol
idly lor Bristow, In tho Cincinnati con
vention. It was thought that one of the
Ueletcates-Judffc Hoar would vote for
Blaine; but the Judge has given out very
pointed Intimations to the contrary.
The capital employed in MIsMssippl.bv
tho Mississippi Valley Transportation
Company, has boon exempted from tax.
ation, by the legislature of that State, for
a period often years. The company lias
an active and elllclent agent In Cairo. Its
general representative is the Hon. .Idler
mi: opinion is expressed that the
House Committee on postal nflulrs has.
In Its attempt to lessen the cost of carry-
nig tue last malls, aetuaHy Increased It.
The new bill reported pays for space and
speed, and not for the weight of tho mat
ter. Under (his arrangement tho cost of
transportation for one ton or twenty tons
would bo the same. The bill ought to
he, and most probably will bo defeated.
As the uibc stands to-day. savs the
Hartiord Timei tho contest for tho Deni-1
ocatic nomination Is narrowed down to
Tildcn and Thurman. As the same pa
per says that the contort on lire Kcpub-
iidu sme is uarrowed down to lllaluo
and Morton, with Hayes coming In third,
Hie public will attach very little Impor-
opinion in cither case. From
a western standpoint U looks as ir Hris
tow was In tho lead on the Hcpubllcan
tide, and Davis on the Democratic.
'I'm: excitement created in England by
Dion Itoucicaull's dibits, to effect the lib
eratlon ol the eighteen conylctnl Fenl
ans. remains at whlteheat. The fulcrum"
ho employs U "The Shaughraun," a
play which he is producing with marked
efTcct in the British provinces, his pre
grammes naming tho prisoners, str.thi"
their olleuscs, the K'litciice of Iho com-,"
and the term aUea.iy served, etc. The
receipts at tho llrtt irorinancc each
town uro set asldo lor th ,ti,c, of
prisoner1 families, subimcm iiulnti
being devoted to tho inltuu ,
which ho Is contending. Already he ha
the Disraeli government howling hot.
but gives out no Intimation ol wearlntH
in nis worn or oi a purpose to relax his
eiiorts until his aim Is accomplished.
And yet there nru thousands of persons
onboUi continents who aie ready to lm
puto to the self-denying dramatic tailor, a
fordid, selfish motive. More than this,
it Is openly declared that his views go
beyond l'eulanlsm, and look to "per
eonal popularity and plenty of promlc
tary dollars," when he plays out In En
jfhuid, and enters upon a starring tour
umonif tho impulsive and enthusiastic
soverclirniofthls "home of the oppressed
nnd land of the free." Bu it so. The
means are commendable, however we
may esteem the end.
A .r;V MiK Ol It.tllK'.tl. III,.
If men who read, nml keep their vnt
open for current news will pcrilst In
voting the Jlopubllcnn ticket, the present
Mouse of congiu" arc (leterinlned. that
they shall not do so In Ignorance of the
recking rottenness and unblushing vil
lainies of the (Iraiit administration, for
which the IJepubllc.iii part) nlono is re
sponsible. lnvctlgalion ol Hie revenue servlco
lime at last reached the New Orleans
custom hoiipc, which umii to have been
hcadciuartcrs fbr every rascal in Louisi
ana, whose business It lin been to rob
ami (H'grace the Stale and general gov
ernment. The villainies ol this ring
will, we doubt not, overshadow, in their
enormity, any ami nil that have been un
covered elsewhere In the West or South;
and show that the entire public
service of tho State U totleii
to the core. Louisiana has been ruled
and ruined by us detlant and unscrupu
lous n set ol rascals as ever wore the hu
man form; nnd now the work remains of
fastening on each his share of the guilt,
that he may receive liU sharo of pub
lie execration, and of the puiitelitncnt of
the law that denounces his crime.
Of one fact, however, the public may
rest astired: Let It he shown that
"brother-in-law Casey" stands at the
very head mid front of tlic-o villain:; that
ho Is a mass of corruption from the crown
of ids head to the sole of Ills feet; let
crimes be laMcued upon liliu thai would
damn a whole people, yet he will main
tain Ins high and lucrative place In the
custom house, exactly as long as hi:
brother-in-law, Uruiil, retains tliecxecii
tio chair of the nation.
Nearly four years ago the proof of this
Ciuey's guilt became so convincing that
nearly every decent Hcpubllcan In Louis
iana, Joined by thousands of
substantial Democrats, petitioned
tho president to remove him Irom
ofllcc. A special delegation visited
Washington, presented the petition, with
evidence of Casey's official rascality that
lelt no room for even the hope of Ids In
nocence; and what did tho president do?
He Informed the delegation that ho would
give their petition mid proofs tho most
careful consideration ; and, quite prob
ably ho observed his promt-e. At all
events, he Is still considering them ; Ca
sey remains llnnly rooted in his com
fortable and paying olllce. and there, as
wo have already intimated, he will re
main, so long as the president has the
power to keep him there. Hut, let the
investigation go on. Casey and nil his
rascally confederate are, or ought to be.
amendable lo the law, as well as to
public opinion. 1'ilc up the proofs ol
their villainy, then. It may happen that
a corrupt Judiciary will .shield them from
tho legal penalty ; but public opinion will
damn them, and damn them roundly.
Till. MOM I'MIMMHINIi ONE YET.
Since the average Uepublicau olllclal
gives but little thought to the proof of
his oillcial corruption, It can scaacely be
expected that the average Kepubllcan
editor would "care a cent," if you should
pin a lie upon him every day of hl life.
Hence, to pin the following He to the
editor of the I'hiladelphla Preu would be
time wasted : "All the crime." says the
1'rcss, "ever perpetrated by Itepublicans
in olllclal life, has been pursued and
punished by theliepublicanpartv." How
cooly the tellow lies ! He lias in view the
whole Credit Moblllcr ring; the pious
Howard; the retiring Colfax : tin- com
municative Ames; the whole Indian
ring; Ilabcock, Delano, Smith, Harring
ton, Ilclknap, Spencer. Orville Orant,
Shepherd all these and an army of others,
jet the fellow unblushingly says: "All
the crime ever perpetrated by Itepub
licans In ofllclal life, has been punched
by the Hcpubllcan party '."
If wc owed the devil a whole army
corps ot veteran liars, and he'd refuse to
accept the 1'i-eit man though pledged
to try to tell the truth In full .atlsfuetlon
of the debt, we should at once con
clude that the devil doesn't know w hen he
has the bcit end of a bargain.
Not the least of the obstacles thrown
lu the way or the Houso committees who
are now Inquiring Into the manner lu
which the dominant party has managed
our public allalrs, is the determination
expressed by the heads ol the different
departments to penult no papers or
records under their control to bo carried
to tho committee, rooms, where they un
It has not passed out ol the mind ol tho
public that while Cien. lladcau wa writ
ing a "fulsome pull" of the civil and
military bci vices of (Jeiieral Grant, he
had free access to all tho olllclal reports
and other papers on lilc In the war de
partment, and not only removed many
of them from their lllcs, but actually
canled them with him across tho occaii.
Nor will It lie forgottou thai when the
report of General D. C. Huelt's court
martial was missing Irom Its llloe, and
diligent seaich tailed to reveal IU where
abouts, the Secretary of War offered m
an apology lor tiio theft, that every body
had access to the paper.-, iitid that he
rtiouhl not be surprised to learn that the
report lu quotion had been taken away
by paitlc who were aver.-e to see
lK the matter it contained pass
Into tho hand, of the mnc,,
Historian. 'I his, belt remembered, was
the manner In which the public papers of
tho several department wem Mi!ir,ii.,i
before a Democratic llmm,
cd unearthing astounding Wets of olll
wd rottenness and ltadlcal villainy.
;.V,'0,li' ,,a'1 'WWM K Hiom;
1,1 remove them lo .mints
Mionsamu of u.llos beyond tho govern
mem Jurisdiction. AW, when tho peo
plo reprcntji,!, ask ih(j , f
removing a Iwolthe fa.ne papers to a
commltteo room of tho capital, they aro
Insultingly s.mbbcj, and pereu.ptorly
denied. But the work ol exposure will
go o, even should Ml0 committees bo
ubeeled to tho inconvenience of meet
It".' hi the very vault where the records
they keck aro supposed lo bo kept on
He The meanness of the ailmlnstratlon,
tiio opposition and Insults of its minions
mIII stimulate ralher llian n-tanl lincs-f
ligation ; and the end will bo n dlsclo-'
sure ol crime, of long-concealed villainy,
of which wo have had, up to this time,
only n foretaste. Honest men have the
investigations in hand ; and honest men
the country over, bid them go on !
Tin: editor of the Worcester ac
knowledges that Ho has heard the name
of (iov. Hayes, of Ohio, mentioned in
Maachuctt5, In connection with a l!c
publican nomination for the presidency ;
but the remark was Invariably added that
he was wholly unlit lor the position. If
the voters of the country liavo their sen
se. about them next November, a largo
majority ol them will say the same thing
about any candidate the Cincinnati con
vcntlon may nominate.
A Vlxll In I lie .ViiIIiiiiiiI IllslllllKoll
for llenl .Mules-tiriiiliiKlhiir i;rr
eises. i;ic . i;ic,.
fFrom our llegillur Correspondent.
Wasiiixoion, April 2?. lS7i.
The old superstitions regarding thoe
whom Nature had created with imperfect
minds, or without the power of com
munlcatliig their mental experiences in
vocal language, uro curious. Wo find In
the lime of tho Black I'riuce that deaf
mutes weru recognized as a lower order
of humanity than their more fortunate
brethren, but since their Intelligence was
apparent they were allowed certain lib,
ertics lu nil households, coming even to
the court, and entering the banquet hall
but never bv any chance sitting with the
guests or allowed to servo them. They
might watch the feast with their bright
eager eyes till all tho guests were served,
then the broken fragments in the trench
ers, or the chance morsels thrown to
tlieni a- to tho dogs, were their only por
tlon. lu our omi laud, since the begin'
nine: til this century, deal mutes were
ranked with Idiots In the eye of the law.
Only a few years ago, in the face ol nil
their wonderful progress, den. IJutler
declared a deaf mutejwas but half a man.
I hardly think the' general would say that
now, especially If It were Ids good for
tune to be present at the graduating ex
ercises of the National Deaf Mute col
lege as 1 was on Wednesday afternoon.
The regular college year terminates with
the last week ol June, but the weather Is
then so warm that President Uallaudet
wisely arranged for the public ceremonies
at this plcasanter season.
Tills National Deaf Mute col
lege wax founded through the
benevolent Interest of lion. Amos
Kendall, whose personal sympathies
had made liliu enthusiastic concerning
these children ol silence; and In youug
Edward Gallaudet. tho sou of a mute
mother and a father whose name will al
ways Ire revered, .Mr. Kendall, found a
Hilling helper. In more incomplete es
tablishments, it had already beu proved
that this unfortunate class was not defi
cient In intellect : they only lacked the
ordinary power of expression ; their edu
cation had been carried through ordinary
branch??, they eagerly wished for om
thlng still beyond, and Jlr, Gallaudet de
sired to sec an institution Uial would rl:
them thoroughly tor any place in lite.
especially lor that ot Instructors In their
own rank'. Th-battle against the prej
udice and Ignorance of generations was
hard, but congress at length made an ap
propriation, ami then the college was
There Is a preparatory department,
but, In the collegiate course all branches
comprised in the ordinary classical list
have been Included. One can compre
hend how physical and mathematical
sciences way be grasped by the deaf
mutes ; but we are amazed when we ilnd
that mental philosophy and logic arc
quite as readily understood and acquired.
The college is located a little out ot
the city, upon the beautiful grounds
formerly atttached to Mr. Kendall's pri
vate residence, and still called Kendall
Green. The professor's houses form a
pretty cluster at a little distance from
the chapel, and carriages sweep up a
drive bordered with trees and shrubs.
Wo were a little early on Wednesday, a
group of HudenU wero standing upon
the lawn Intent upon something, which
one ol their nnumbcr w;us telling. They
would Interrupt Ids rapid signs with
questioning gestures, and we watched
them with Interest; but once in
the chapel wo lorgot tho little
group In the presence ol the larger one.
The pupils wero seated as happily excit
ed and as joyously expectant as any
students could boon eommencemcntday.
There N no distinction here ol "race, col
or or previous condition," s several
dusky faces among the fair ones and all
were dicstcd In gala costume.
Ono rarely meets a gentleman of couit
licr manners than 1'rcsidcut Gallaudt, lie
never lads hi the lea-tor greatest icquie
incuts, and thu student will be very like
ly to lollow their teacher. Tho portrait
of Thoma- Gallaudet (Uio llrst apostle
who prcachel hi America the gospel of
possiblu education ol mutes) being at the
back ol tho plutlorni, while lu a irunt
scat dressed In simple richness best be
coming her sliver hair sat his widow,
now nioro than seventy years old, and a
charming woman In every relation of
life ; til i iu children have called her moth
er, not iu tho tones you and I would use,
tor Mrs. Gallaudet has never heard a
sound of any kind, but a voiceless lan
guage whoso eloquent tenderness Is most
expressive. Not ono of her children has
inherited her misfortune, and there aro
few scenes more beautltul than that ot
President Gallaudet escorting his mother
to parlies and receptions, proudly Intro
ducing her and awlflly translating all
that Is said. At there commencement
exercises, wo missed the music usual on
such occasions, It seemed as If wo had In
vaded the kingdom ot silence, and that
Its leaden specter was over us.
J)r. Mitchell ollered tho opening prayer.
Beside him stood Professor Gordon with
closed eyes reverently fbllowng and
translating the spoken edition by f Igus.
Thencanm an omlioii by Mr. Tccgardcii
Irom Town, who l only a partial mule,
lie ho hear nothing now, hut lie has a
dim memory of the sounds once familiar,
so while delivering Ids oration you could
sec by the motion of hi1 Hp that to him
words were realities and signs an acquir
ed accomplishment. The event of tho
afternoon was the oration of Win. Geo.
Jones of Now Voik, on the "Pictures of
treatlon." This uuuig man is the son
ol an actress at tho Bowery theater, iu
person lie I very sltf't !U,d very broad,
but you would never jt"0 lb" capabili
ties of expression did under that smooth
good humored lace, he gave us pictures
of creation Indeed. Prof. Fay read
hi theme, but Mr. Joins' questions were
so vividly graphic that we searely need
ed to listen, It was ama.lng; there seemed
to be nerves ot motion everywhere, even
hl cheeks seemed to po-ess special mus
cles, which made them quiver In firmest
movement, and all the audience were In
convulsions of long laughter, while he
who made tho sport only showed his eon
cloiis'iiess of lis absurdity by u queer
twinkle In his blue eyes. Of course he
was rapturously applauded, ho could see
the motion d the clapping hnnds. and
his arms were lllled with hoqucls.
There are tweiity-lie thousand deaf
mutes In our country, other asylums and
schools give them the common branches,
but here their teachers must bo lifted,
and congress has made It possible for al
most any one to secure the advantages
onrcd. One hundred and fifty dollars a
year covers all expenses of the board and
tuition for those able to pay, while some
kind provision has been made for the
children oi poverty, who hunger lor
When I went through theela- rooms a
year ago. I noticed a little boy with a
head like a cocoa nut, covered with close
ly curling wool, for the face wa black as
charcoal, but the eyes were blue as vio
lets. Some boyish freak attracted my at
tention, and the teacher made htm write
on his slate atisucrs to various questions,
and told me Instances of Ids Topsy.JlKc
mischief. lie seemed to know what she
was paying and was delighted that he
had been noticed. Wednesday, when the
crowd ol pupils were passing out, a black
boy left the ranks ami extended his baud
to me, with a .smile ol recognition. I
know 1 looked puzzled, for I had quite
forgotten the black lace. He laughed ;
touched a bit of blue ribbon on tnv dress,
ind pointed to his own eycs,sure 1 would
understand, and having received my sal
utation, walked away exultant. It was
a very little thing, but when I contrasted
his prospects for lite with those which
were his before lie come here, I felt like
singing a special doxology for this mai
vclous work.which has redeemed so many
deathless mind- Irom a bondage that
seemed hopeless. Anva S. H.
doing to linusas or Uolormlu
Take the Atchison. Tojka and Santa
Fe railroad, the new and popular line
Irom Atchison and" Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo,
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City,
Cucharas. Del N'orte, Santa Fe and all
tioints in Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip W day tick
ets to Denver on ..le May loth, at
taking In the famous watering place' on
the D. 1!. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the San Juan mine?.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and the I'oeky .Moun
tains without change. Close connections
made at Kansas City and Atchi-on in
union depots. For map-, time tables
and the "Snn Juan guide," adddrc",
T. J. A.DKK.-ON.
Gen. Pass. Agt. Topeka, Kan.
A No. I I-Jiunilrj .
It Is now conceded that Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth street, be
tween Washington and CornriKTcial avej
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments Iu the ?ity, and land
lords of hotels and boarding hcu-ci will
llnd it to tlicir advantag" to call upon
her. Her prices are as follows : Hotel
and boarding-house wa-lilng 75 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices are as
follows : Single shirt and collar, 15c; per
dozen, SOc; socks, 5c; two collars, 5c;
two handkerchiefs, 5c; vests, tiOc; and
oil gentlemen's wear, tier doeu.
Indies plain calico drt--es, 23c; calico
drcs-cs with extra trimmings, 50c; white
dresfts, SI 25c; ladies' undcrware, line
and coarse, $1 W per dozen. I-'J Mf.
Ureal llauKriipt Null'.
Now Is your last charge to get your
goods at less than coit, as I have bought
the w hole bankrupt stock of Hellbron &
Well, consisting of dry goods, uotiom,
clothing, etc., at such low juices that en
ables me to give everybody bargains that
will wtlsfy even the hardest customer,
I will continue tho business at the old
stand oi Hellbron it Well only for thirty
days longer, and all tho goods must bo
told within that time on accoiiiil of re
moval. Be on hand Iu time, before nil
the bargains are gone, us I mean busl.
ness. Solomon P.uikiiu, ot Cln.
1-5-1 iu 1 li Commercial avenue.
A .Hiiy ItrlnK.
Mr. .lacked, at Iho Thalia saluon, Is
prepared to set before Ids friends and
customers the inostpalltableand delicious
drink ever prepared at any saloon lu
Cairo. Asperuia Odorata, a plant which
grows In a few of iho Northern States
nml in portions of Europe, together with
orange sliced. Is placed lu Whine wine,
thu wlnu extracting thollavorol the herb,
which Imparts to It a most pleasant and
delicious llayor. Mr. Jaeckel has secured
a quantity of this herb from Kelly Island,
and Is now prepared to furnish wine as
above, stated, lie will continue to sup
ply his customers with the drink during
tho month of May, or as long as the plant
is In season. Mint Jullps are no where
compared to this drink.
lee l i i'iiiii,
Phil Saup has renovated and refur
nished his Ico cream parlors throughout
with costly furniture and lino carpets,
making It ono of tastiest and pleasauest
places of resort lu tho city, where pure
Ico creams of all flavors and pure quality
will be kept every day for his patrons.
Washington avenue, Buder's block.
I.I ver nml lllooil IMsenscs
lly It. N Pierre, .M. 1) , Author ot 'I i lo
pie's loininun Mlie -Miillcul Adtlxer.
A healthy liver secrets each day about
two and n hair pounds ol bile, which run
taln u great amount ot wnsto material
taken Irom the blood. Whin the liver
becomes torpid or congested, it rails to
eliminate this vast amount ot noxious
substance, which, therefore, remains to
poison the blood, nnd bo conveyed to
every part ot the system. What must be
the condition of thu blond when It Is re
ceiving nnd retaining each day, two and
n half pounds of poison? Nature tries to
work oil this poison thtoitgh other chan
nels ami organs the kidneys.luiigs.sklii,
etc., but thesu organs become over-taxed
In performing this labor in addition to
their natural functions, and cannot long
withstand tho pressure, but become var
The brain, which is the great electrical
center of all vitality, is unduly stimulat
ed by the unhealty blood which passes
to It iVom the heart, mid tails to perform
Its olllce healthily. Iletieu tho symptoms
of bile poisoning, which are 'dullness,
headache, Incapacity lo keep the mind on
any subject, impairment of memory,
dizzy, sleepy, or nervous leellngs,
gloomy forebodings, and Irritability of
temper. The blood Itselt being diseased,
as It forms the sweat upon the surface ot
the sklu, It Is so Irritating and poisonous
that it produces discolored brown spots,
pimples, blotches, and other eruptions,
sores, bolls. carbuncles and
scrofulous tumors. The stomachc,
bowels and others organs cannot
escape becoming iill'cctcd. sooner or later,
and wo have, as the result, costlveness,
piles, dropsy, dyspepsia, dlaii hea. Other
symptoms are common, as bitter or bad
taste In tho mouth, Internal heal, palplt.r
tation, teasing cough, unsteady appetite,
choking suis;itfnn lu throat, bloating ol
stomach, pain in tides or about .shoulders
or back, coldness id' extreiuetlts, etc.,
etc. Only n few of the above symptom
are likely to be present in any case at one
time. '1 he liver being the great depurat
ing, or blood-cleansing organ ot tho sys
tem, set this great "housekeeper of our
health" at work, and tho foul corruptions
which L'enilcr lu Iho blood, and rot out.
as it were, the machinery ol lile, are
grauuuy expelled noin tlie .system.
For this purpose, Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery. With very small doses
daily ol Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative
rciiei, h pre-eminently tho articles
needed. They euro every kind of hu
mor from the worst scrofula to tho com
mon pimple, blotch or eruption. Great
eating ulcers kindly heal under their
mighty curative Intluence. Virulent
blood poisons that lurk In tlie system are
by them robbed of their tci rors", and by
their preserving and- somewhat pro
tracted uo the most tainted systems may
be completely renovated and built up
anew. F.nlarged glands, tumors and
swellings, dwindle away lu dlspalr under
the Intluence of these groat resolvents.
Win. F.ichhoir has Jiut tilled his ware
house and factory, corner of 17th street
and Washington avenue, with the
largest stock and most complete variety
of furniture ever ollered In the 'a!ro
market. He means business, and will
sell lor cash only at rock bottom tlgurcs.
It Is only necessary to examine Ids stock
and prices to satisfy yourselves as to
quality and cheapness, and that now Is
the time to buy. l-12-lm
Colored and mounted Maps ot the
city of Cairo at $2 . each (hall price.)
A .-liver plated No. 0 Wilson Shuttle
.Sowing Machine, hard (piano; finish,
valued at Si.".. Will be sold at $20dls
count, on good terms, ami ordered direct
from the factory.
A SW 1,'cmlngton Sewing .Machine
oil for cash. Suitable lor tailor or
boot and shoe manufacturer.
For any of the above artlcles.apply at
the Huixkti.v olllce. K. A. Huiinkit.
lions)- I'urlilHliIni; (inoiN,
This department at. 1. IJurger t Co.'s
store on ( ommercial avenue, contains n
stock ol table linens, towels, napkins,
marselllcsfmllts, etc., etc., which will de
light the eye of every housekeeper
These goods are ollered at panic prices
and will go off like hot cakes.
I.von'h Katiuiiio.v makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 10 years. Is charmingly perfumed,
and has no rival. IMO-d.twly
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
30NVEYANCEES, NOTABIES TUBLIC
Land Afrenta of the IllinoU Contrul and
Burlington and UuLncy It. It.
Business House lately occupied by
Wood Itittcuhotise it ( o,, on Levee he
low I Ith street. Ke'it very reasonable.
Dwelling house, 7 rooms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on 'Fwenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Kent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenements on west side of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $8
Dwelling house, i rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, '2 rooms and kitchen,
Twenty-llrst street, near .Sycamore
north side. Kent $.", per mouth,
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and Popular. Kent low.
llaseinent of brick building, west side
of Washington avenue near Klghteenth
street, llvo rooms in good condition!
I tent low.
Uulldlng on east side of Commercial
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
Building on west sldu of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth s.trcet, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllces ami rooms Iu varl
oii6 lacations. Kents low.
Lots and lauds for side or leac.
John Q. Haiiman it Co.,
Ileal F.stuto Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee streets. :i-Ui-tf
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
Between Washington and Commercial
O. N. HUGHES,
Ovor Mathuit A Uhl'i.
"VTONi; ,u t r'lrt-(,'lAa i;,iiinil. n-irc
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Daak Building, op-itairi,
The OldcRtEalabllnhod Arioncy in Sout
orn IlltnolM, rorrevontlUK ovxr
805 000 000
with fiumfntuvrnf rat Inn
in ffawnairr, tl.
I itcttuticru or tr
i Li.irt.t r,.s?vtn:;?
whoth.Hi.il marrr.thrj.imr , mi tf ti nwriar. thtlr ia
turtaDslmrr Ti at ri i lt,in i, i, f titlnlni th,r
'. ynii-tommtul mria tirur if it ihanntr nal'r
Itirvrrv re!-'. Sri.t w ur )r tra .1 1 , . ,i.t t
Mi, lr c. a lion .iy nn .t:ti
Chroma Vi iuchm!
I)r. 1.1 'ri V.Mnirlni:i'JiiM.
yioioBicM iew c.r Mar rut
iiamti tjil tt wo yntititpia,ii
"aTTf" Mtmacr, out
nr lg ttt;j ,
tit ptitftt rt.hnr, wMfhUiiMlUkti.iuihialikaiiJ
kc. iitundi-rn-il f trftfta.
tt a rrtvftt Nature ht t- i t 'ie. V t.tjuwaiil 0 -
(Kroltanta) ii iic m, arnl iir.ai.Jti curt. iJ ptt t
i ir ar n;. 9 t itnlral ! if. tt.
MEDICAL ADVICE cm b t ,a,(..,-ll iKtaw.,
.at WtAnm, Catarrh. Carn-i r, ltnitn r,fhrr"i
Ili'iit, f a Oriarn fc-tik uudrr atl . r 10 , Alt
t retookfit -flniujcuopactaiiwlr ji it-ttwrtfj
h ' i i ' a 'jei-f. aent ruurr'y ftraicd on f
i ,pt cf CO eW, AtUmi, Dr.Unttr Difpfnurv,
MIA DDI A OC A" L:,tf,it4 01 ri
IU M II H I M U C a ffi i!larf im1 arTi'mV!
Ihm a-rrrt lliBrtntl.aai.t km.tk
C-f UXtut4(Ttm, Iti aim-,
it. Uvt fllHXerli to ti.a
aclrnrp nf rnriBliirll(in Knar; La
ttrn!y htlff ii. Uit marnfj rriatiun. Mal ate! traa'.r,
y iun act! midtlM lgl ahoulj rrad iim prnfrratttlt
coutaioa iDfrmatJoo, whirh nu rm can alljrtj tt bm with
out, n hfw u praT th hraliii, abl completion, a twl
Fivrlo fll chnki the IrtihnMi ol youtly tha Uat aai
crjr tru Marriajra Ouida In th woriJ. lrir &Jctit
tyMali. 1U author may cuntuluO pruioallf or ty
l.tall oq anr -rittaubWu inntiot.aln hn wvrk Jilltu
lt. A. O. OLVi, a wUdiWu au, CUkaj IU-
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hiids Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refrnod Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and BI'kTea.
A.NIJ OTIIKIl I'KODL'f K
i;s, TO nml 72 Vluii Mrri'l, HIS.. (.
Straw II Feltlfor)
1203 '. OlliSlreel, HI. I.onlh, Mi..
l.iiMllliKstatilihini iitfil'llio Wfkt. III.I:a( II
INI., liVIM,, Al.'l l.ltl.SCL anil nil Mini? ol
Milliiim' Worl;il(im-iiroiiiitly l'laitirlllfcl)
fornile. liarfc'n iild on K'l3 fnt in. hi ml
lur riiiti-M, l-'i'i-ilA wliu
vviioi.usai.k iitoi r.ns.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOKNTS AI113RICAN TOWDIJU CO
57 Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 (IIIIO LKVEK.
I'KCIAI.nltcnlliii nli' toconalKmiiiiitaan I
St. Oharles Hotel,
FHIOES REDUCED 70 SUIT THE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Hoard, Oil Flooi- $8 ,00 Far Day
SpeoUl Rute liy Week or Moutb.
A llinlli'il niiiiiWr ol- very ilcnlriililv lanillr
loimiii cuii liis Kiciinil atuinonalilc ihIch lurtlir
'llii'.M. ClmilesU Hit' liireUiiillHat iiiiimlnt
eillloUKu In hoiilln rii llllnolii, mnl in thu Im.linir
I"' tc I in Ciilrn. Notnllliitiiiiillni; Hid "Itc'il
1I,...UII .l.. .1 ..... ...I., M.
,.wvn ,,,1111.1,1,1, ,u jiiiivi, ill" iit: nJII,Hll
imiiul, lm lllmrully fiipilri villi tlio very lust
oI'vifnlliiiiKlliiil run Ihi I'niiml in inurki t,
I'lne liiri?e ciiinplc roornn fur coiiiincrcliil Imv
cliTB, on Kluiiml lloor, IrwolVliarirn.
, j-.ii ii.'lKHllllilillliiicaii, i-uilrri'iiiuilllimill
tin- hotel without clmruK.
(Or If placed In a lino, oror)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING iho YEAR I875
i.vr.itv stovi: m
Wlicicm I'M'l or )-oM
Nos. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 40
Art n Miinrloul ointiliution of
AnJ nil ll.i- I.'Ki'iilI.il I'nlntiillial gt, to Male up
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
:-! Otlcri'il III I Ik- IMllille
Mwlc Only l,y Hit
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
No-. CI.', Ml, ti, ami Gin .V. Main M ,
M. I.iiiiIm, Mm,
bOl.l) II V
C. W. HENDERSON,
-wnlA nil in.t xr
Mu of l llnol.
fur the rlire
iiiir ol tlvlnB
-.ffi inmi.liute rrlui
in u.i 4K'H 1'inuie, i iiruiilc oo'l ujirjrjr ill--aui
in all llirir roiuilicxtil fount. It In wrll
Lnoxtu ttikt I)r .Iam- lias nloo l at tlie lii-ml of
the pmfi-r Ian lor llif pa.l J xr.in Arc anil
I nf lliTil nll llil-jalit Sl Milliill VVrllk-ill-is
miclit 1oIt- ly ilrcamt iilmpln on thi-rur-
lost iiinnliiMt cm ponltirily N- ciinwl
IjiiIIfx xronlniK I hi' most ileliutc attrntion. cjll
or write. rtnxant home fur luilriiU A Uml
for ll' million. MarriiiKe -iit.le. which till
you llaloiitlhi-i'illM-ii-' who (hfcUlJ marry
xxlixr not l"rciit to 'y i uvc. Ir- .Imm.
Inn .m rooini nri'l ilor Vou ik no one hut
the iloctor. Odiro liourr. nn.in. lo 7 p. in Mm
iIutk, lo to 12. All Imilnria strictly conflilrn
f. !.(!.. 'HU. HKSTanit ( IIKAl'Kvr,
lijili.? At the lli i-i.i.tiN ntiic.', ( niro, Illinois
Blake & Go.
E. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alxv.iyt on hand, tlie cvlrbrati-U llluniinatln
Al IKUM Oil,.
Oomor Eleventh Street and Wasbloir
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Vi'holefulc ami Itetnll Doakrs In
Toveifpx and Domostio
WIXJKft OF A 1. 1. Ifl.MfS,
No. 60 Ohio Levoe,
MESSIU; SMVTII A CO. have comtantly
a larRe etock of the liest rooiU In thu mar
ket, nml Kivceopuclul uttentlon to I he xMiolwal
runch of the ominous.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Comur 10th St. nnd Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
" K,'l"A"yrtaV S, 1). Ayrea.
AYRES 6c CO.