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jOKtTX. OBBRZ.T. Editor.
Thrumrlnl H oMIic Xnlttniiil llrin.
Th) National .ItoMornUc Committee, to
wLom U ilcloRatoil thqlovror of llsiln Hip
lime nJ lUreoflinlillfii'tlie National )o.h
ocrttlcsomciitlonol 1870, have -I'lpnlnttil
Tueulay, tlic tAtnty-oovonth day of.linir
next. iioou,a tlie time, nml tolcdril St.
LouI tli place i'f Iml'Hnu Mich i'oiiVt-t.-l
tiich Sialo will Ip rtitltlcd In it rcpri'-pn-tatlon
eiiHl toilanMo tlio mi niter ni lt
senator ami rrpro-cttlallvr In tin- cim
gretoof tlio I'nltctl StuU'-; mhI the ttril.
toryof Colorado, wlinji- ntlmliolnii In .Inly
a a State wlllRhc It : ott! 111 tlio next
electoral collide, In rJi liivltcil to m-iiiI del--(,'ateoto
UomoiTatlc, Oonf rvatlvo uiul other ('ill
?.tn otitic I'nltctl States Irrespective of
ji.nt olltlrl lo-ochtlotii, tlolrlnj to co
operate with the Democratic party In Hi
prccnt ellort" ami olijcct, am cunllutly In
vited to Join la scntHm; t1c1eiatc to the
national convection. Co-operation Is tie..
ircd from ull pcr.-cin wlio would cliano
Hn ""itiittratlon that lia Mirrored tlic
ami remain Inferior
-v'i"" -t -jr.'-tloni ; lias Per
mltted commerce to bo taken mi) iy for-
V 'Ice nowcri : lia-ttlhYil (r.nlo hy tinjint,
V-tieaiial ami nernIclou lecl-'atlon: lm (
Imposed iintnu.nl taxation and rendered
mod burdensome ; In- clinigcil prowln,
liroincrlty Into widespread niifleilni; and
want; Ins snuandcrcJ tlio puhlla nioncyi
recWles'ly atd ilcliinlly, and ali.iinelcf.oly
utcd tlic power tint oliould liavc liren c -Tilt
to punish crime, to protect II
Kor these and otlicr rcuoiio Ilia national
Democratic parly deem tlic piililln .danger
Iininlnciit.niideaniciitlydcjiniii9 of scciir
lug lo our country tlic hleiMn of an
economical, pure mid free KJVcrniiimt,
coruiauy mine me co-opcr.iuon oi tneir
fellosv-citUciif In the clloit I) nttJtn tbl
Thomas A. Walker, Alabiviii.i.
Frank McCappln. California.
Willlim U. liarnum. Connecticut.
Charlci lte.iten, Delaware.
Cliarle K. Dyke, Morlila.
A. It. La u ton, Ocorcia.
Cyrus II McCoruiIck, Illinois
Thomas lfovvllng, Indinmi,
M. .M. Ham, Iowa.
Iaac E. Union. Kun.-.v.
Henry D. ilcllcnry, Kei.tutky.
tienry i. iigjcn. iiuitttu.
L. D. .M. Sweat. Maine.
A. Leo Knott, at.iri I.-iikI
WllHani A. Moore. .Mi:lilsan.
William l.oclircn, .Minnesota.
.1. 11, Sbarpr, Miotfcolppl.
too. '. J'rieot, Miooouri.
(ico. I.. .Miller, Nehraka.
Tho.. II. Williams Nevada.
M. V. H. K'l;;crly. New UaiupMiire.
Tbeo. F. Itandolpb, N?w.lercv.
M. W. ltanoom, North Carolina'.
John 0. Thompson, Ohio.
.1 atnci K. Kelley, Oregon.
James 1. llarr. lfcnn Ivaiila.
Sicbolai VuiMycW, Khode I-Uud.
Thot. Y. Simons South Carolina.
William II. Hate, Tcnneo-ee.
F. S. Stockdalc. Te...
John Qoode.jr., Virginia.
John Hlalr llopo. Wc.t Virginia.
George II. Paul, WUconsln.
Tliomas M. TaUcroon. Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SC1IEU., New Yoik,
Jlir.tmiC'K 0. I'KINCK, Maoaeliu.itt.,
Secretary National Democratic Com.
M asiii.noto.v. February L'2. ISTU.
Tin: l'atlucah AVicj says that .Imlo
Trimble is not, and will not be, a camli
late for congress Ironi the tint district of
Kentucky. When the lliu.trriN men
tioned Judtfc Trimble's name In that con
nection, it was not lully oatlilel as to
the sulllciciicy of the authority, tlio nit-
uionty being uothlng better than the
Kt-GovKn.voi: Siivmoi'ii ! again pro
testing that his name must not he u-cil
In connection with a Democratic nomina
tion for the presidency. As was the case
in 1SG3, he declares, that "a candidate he
cannot be." The govener has no
cause lor alarm. The signs ol the times
ery plainly indicate that whatever bis
wishes may be, a candidate he will not
Tim. Information from Washington
now Is that the entire Illinois Demo
cratic delegation lu congress favors the
nomination of Judge Davis for president
at M. Louis. The State HojUter Is not
dloposed to "hank" ou this information,
oecausc Mr. Kden's friends say that
Eden is for some other man. It this be
true It is scarcely probable that Mr.
men, alone and unaided, will 'siuabh
the Davis slato," ami substitute that of
iilden, which lie is said to favor.
i in: latest move upon the part ol the
loaiueai pipe-layers seems to open the
way for the nomination of TI lOlllllS
Xecdles, of Washington county, for An
Ultoroi I'nblle Accounts. Chicago pro
poses to place a f. ook county man In the
office of Secretary of State; and what
ever Chicago undertakes, In that way
she invariably iiccouiplWics. spring
Held expects to furnish tlic lioveimn
hence theiu would bo u low lu the caui
unless the Auditorshlj) D'glvcu to Kgypt
As.cedlels the only Republican ic-pi
rant, his chaneco for the nomination
therefore, arc decidedly good.
The Intimation thrown out by (tie
Hun that a lew ( alio J.Vpubliciuis run Hie
Republican machine In this counjy, witU
out ierw!tting Ibe rank mid file to know I
anything about tho why and wheiefoies. I
bring ex-Mayor Wood lo the front, iu
a '"card-personal" that Is very good read
ing. Hewysn thu Republican county
convention has 1,, (llg c ,
by the Sun) he hud )10 part in setting it
tip. He doesn't Intend lo "inn" anv
thing In the convention or out ol it ; m',a
ir he Is made one of the delegate, ho will
not serve In that or any other c .pa, '
Concluding hi card the colonel wt. . ..
desire It to be utiUuctly u.idcrftooVuiat
Iwlllhaveuothlng to do with politic,
and do not, therefore. wl,h my name
useu in mat connection." yy ,,, k(!VL., ,.
sayings, taken us a whole, lorm as de
elded a shower-bath to Radical entim.i.
nir. mati: Hruimi;itN ki:mov
The Cnlrn. Illinuls IIimitin ileIic
onu'iT.o'iiiK'ii Sptlner nml .MorrIon t
Witilain, n ml "Inineit with a roaon,
why Springer voted against, ami Morr
son dodged, the river nml hathor bill.
n c can t "tJiwiM by the card." nut sup
pose tlio reason It, thesu geiillcuica arc
opposed lo fooling away money In any
such uiMtiiier. which l nriiper eiiouifli.
Tiine.o are loo bard, ami the Itcpiiblleans
nave stolen too much money out or tlic
national Itea'iiry for Hie iieople to Ik;
Inxed lo kecpslpe water nil of anybody's
'Voriier lots" -Slnlf Hrgi'lo:
The Stale lltgUlev U either Ignorant
ordltbniie.ot. The Ignorance In Mil eae
being of a pardonable kind, we will liu-
liule the "reaon'' with which It attempt
lo "hiine it." to that cause, nml proceed
lo enllgbleii It.
Cairn nM;ed of congress an appropria
tion (d money not to build or it-pair
levees about the elly ; not to keep .lpe
water or any other port of water oil'
"corner lot;;'' but to coiillue Ihe chan
nel ofthe river so that the protective em
liaukmenU about our eily would not be
eonolanlly liable to destruction Irom tlio
eAvIngof (lie ilverV bank. ThN work
(Jalro cannot do. beeaii'e.oheN restrained
by law from entering or in any maimer
changing the river's channel.
The thoiisinds of personi engaged in
the commerce of the MIoWslppl, declare
thiil tlio stretch ol rlvr which Cairo
ieeksto nam improved, pre-cim mote
peril- in navigation than cim be found In
tliOiame nuiuucrol miles ehowherc he
Louis and Xew Orleans. The
the river U lalrly lined by
thcdccuyiiig tliiibcid of wrecked stcuners
the channel U eontantly hifling ; old
sand liari liappear and new ones form
every season, and. consequently, leaving
Cairo entirely out of sight, .the Improve
incut asked lor, is n commercial need
that has been neglected too long already.
Cairo is encompassed by the llnest
forces that can be found in the .Misbls
iljipl valley, and wants nothing Irom the
government lo widen or i-trengllien theni
Slid only asks that t'nuugrcs.s make such
Improvements in the rher as arc de
manded by its commerce. These im
provements once made, there will be
in cud ol caving river banks ; a llxed and
tellable river channel, and, as an lueiduu"
tal result, a lemuval of the danger of
destruction to which our levee have so
Ioig been subjected.
Will the .Slate Hcyiiltr have the lalrness
to lay these facts befoic It leaders"?
i hi: 'Ia.n ron tiii: r !..:.:.
The recent suggestion ofthe Hn.i.i.iiN
that e-.Mayor Thomas Wilson he made
the Democratic; nominee lor a scat In the
.Stale Hoard of Kijuall.ation. meets with
universal favor. It cannot he denied
that, while he was a member of that
hoard, he eflectcil such reductions in the
assessment of taxable property lu .South
ern Illinois as placed us upon :v footing
Willi tlic tax payers or, at least, the ceil-,
iral portions of the Slate, mid thus less
ened the total of out taxes many thou
sands of dollars. I'lion the town and
Iiy lots of Alexander county be secured
reduction of Hlty per cent., and no
county in the district bad occasion to
oinplain ol the result of his labors. Ho
was the most influential member ot the
board, because be was thu best Informed
and moot Industrious. In Iris work we
tlnri the proof of the fact, and
in the labors ol his successors we lind
convincing evidence of their utter un-
lltncos lor the position, and their deplor
able lack of Information and industry.
Tills, we believe, is the verdict of both
Republicans and Democrats. Why, then.
may not both Republicans and Demo
crats, unite In a call upon lilm to become
candidate for the same office next Fall
The ollleo is not a political one the in
cumbent Is powerless to forward party
ends, and could not, if be would, dis
criminate in favor of political friends.
Why, then, may not both Democrats and
Republicans unile upon ex-Mayor Wll
son as the proper man to represent their
Interests on tlic State Hoard of I'ouallza
Hon r I he emoluments scarcely coyer
the necessary outlays ; mid It can
not matter in that point of
view, whether the encumbent be
Democrat or Itepubllcan. Let tiiero
be a call upon Mr. Wilson, then, from
both parties. Ho will serve nil alike ; ho
will have no higher purpose than a faith
ful discharge of Iris duties ; and is, there
fore, "the man among ten thousand" for
the place. An election without opposl
lion, would be nothing more than the
payment to him ot a well-earned conijill.
incut. A party nomination for the office
well, wc are not sure that he would ae
liu. rictci urination expressed on the
part of thu Centennial eomml-.sloners to
close the gales on Sunday, has created
much dissntislactlon among all classes of
people who me not wedded to the l'url
tamed Ideas of the Quaker eily. How
the foreign clement lu attendance ou tho
exposition regairi tho rule, Is unite plnliri
indicated lu the protest ol .Mou. lu
Somiucriuard, ehki of tho 1'ieiicli com
mission. Ho denounces the order as ";
maiked dlocouitcsy" to lorelgu visitor;
who will be compelled, under its open
Hon, to waste jn-t one-oeventh ol the
time set apart by them lor the purpose ol
seeing uiu exinmtioii. lie luitiier pro
tests that, Inasmudi us the expenses at
tending a vmi to i tic luiiicnulal sue so
extravagant lhe chaiges for everything
so exorbitant, It is wrong -little less
than an outrage, tor tho commission to
toiw their J'uiKiinleal ideas upon the
people at large.
It Is finite clear that thu adoption of
the .Sunday law will neither aid the
cause ol religion or contribute to the fi
nancial success of thu expo-ltion, It
will have diicclly (he contrary effect.
The thousands of poor pcoplii who can-
not iillonl to loe a week day to visit the
grounds', but who could nml would make
tlic visit on Sunday, will feci that they
have been deprived of a great pleasure,
and will score their Ulsannolntracnt to
the account of religion. All non-church-
i!oer will Icel and manifest u icscntmcnt j
and the receipt at thente" will bo
ut lmt one-suveiiili less, than otherwlso
th'iy would have been, lu short, tho
OMtt li iv fchott-slgUlcU ooe, arbitrary ami
I Inloleraiit ; and. slnrc. Us ol)jeetll to
make n world's lair mlnpt Itself fa the
measure ol ciirisllniilt.v, It U fqollsli.
Tin: SprlngtleUI Journal U In c.xtaeles
over what it Is pleased to term a "huge
joVc" perpetrated upon the Hon. Wm.
M. Springer. A young man, connected
with oneoftbo Statu offices, wrote to Air.
Springer that several of Ids Irlends had
obtained from Senators I.ogan audOgles
by, fire passes lo the Centennial, with
letter'.oi introduction to lli Centennial
directors. "If," the young man argued,
'my ilepuhllean friends can obtain such
favors Irom Itepubllcan senators why
may not I, a Democrat, askthesninceoiir.
tesy, of yon, a Democratic icpre'Ciita
tlvc?" To tbl idpicst Mr. Springer re
plied that he had no Centennial lavnrs lo
dUpeiiM-; and uked to be Infoinied as to
the lorin ofthe passes; the name of the
parlies lo whom they bad been issued,
ami If both I.ogan and Onleshy had been
Inuring them. The young man's fi lends
linally conlessril that they bad received
no passes from our senators, and that the
whole thing was a hoax. This informa
tion was Imparted to .Mr. Springer, and
there Hie matter ended. There wn noth
ing In the whole affair that In any man-,
ner Impeached .Mr. Springer's sagacity
or In anv manner relief tctl upon him as
n.. l.A..nat li.ltt fit,' !,ltn INI1lo.it Wl'OUlf
If there Is a Joke in the transaction, we
confess that we aretoofthtU'elo riUeover
It, or to discover anything else worlhy ol
a better deolgnation than that of a stupid
Cait. Jami:s It. K.ds In u letter to the
New Orleans Timet, under date of the
i'M ultimo, expresses entire satisfaction
with tho workhnz of the jetty system as
far a applied : and has no doubt w hat
ever of Its complete and permanent suc
cess. He has bv tlic most careful and
thorough soundings, obtained facts that
effectually explode the theory that the
out-rushing sediment would J'orin new
liars beyond the sea cud ot the jetties;
uid that further show that the coastwitc
current, running at right angles with the
river fclreain, will so widely scatter the
sediment that a reformation of the bar
within a century or more. W uu utter mi-
pooaiiiiuiy. J he gieatcr specllle gravity
of the water ol tho gull causes -iicli a
wide-spread dlffuson of the sediment,
that no peiceptihle deposits h.ic, :is yet,
been detected any where, ualro hao oc
casion to "feci good" fiver this assurance ;
ince It Carrie.- with it aiiotlu r assurance.
which is, that the llmu is not very re
mote, when shu will be. in effect and
reality, an '"iulaiid sea-purl.'" Weaic'n
condition, just now. to wMi for the
ry speedy accomplishment of that end.
Oxi; or more gangs of river pirates aic
known to be operating on the Ohio, be
tween Cairo and Kvaiisvllie. A few days
mo a member of one of the iinngs, who
had robbed (he Mt. Vernon post office,
was captured at L'nlontown. He con
fessed his crime, and avowed a willing
ness to "peach" upon his confederates,
and break up the gang. It be furnished
the rcipilred Information, it will not be
made public, of course, until after the
Kvaiisvllie chief of police (who lias the
matter in hand) has acted upon it. At
liort intervals we have heard ot thelts
and petty depredations at different points
all along the river tbo.loeal officers fail
ing in almost every instance to bring the
perpetrators to justice. The-c crimes
were committed, most likely, by river
pirates, who pass from place to place
with a facility that both puzzles and mis
leads those who may start in pursuit ot
them. It is to be hoped that the arrest at
Unlontowii, and the information ob
tallied thereby, will lead lo the complete
Sfiuelchini; out ol river piracy, and tlic
punishment of all who have been en
gaged therein. The loss sustaine I by
the Mt. Vernon post office was trilling.
I'iutiii.icans lu about Washington are
lu extaelcs; and here Is the cause thereof :
George Klllson, the laborer or engineer
who runs the heating apparatus of the
house ot congress, had occasion to dis
charge Iris assistant for drunkenness
'this assistant, lu a lit of resentment, ap
proached a Radical M. ('., and Intimated
that he knew something rough on George
Klllson, and "d n him," as ho didu
like hi in he'd blow ou him : "George Kl
iison stoic some lead pipe Irom the navy
department. I don't sec how ho could
have used It about the capital, so 1 be.
lleve lie sold it : and I know more about
Iris business than lie docs, and he ought
to be boosted." 'lids is the whole story
It Uiilearful thing on the "Democratic
party," and as tho unselllsh as-lstant
who doesn't wan't Klllsuu's place oh
no may die of delirium tremens, the
Radical side of the hou-c ought to hurry
up thu Investigation.
1 li i tugltlvc slaves of mtte-btlliim days
tho follows who .starling, say Irom
I. corf I ii, Mmii Urn mem, w.uieu l mi
swamps and clambered tlio uioimtnlns
thence to Canada, leaving blood lu every
track, etc., want to come home again
Many of them accumulated pioperty
hut without a iiiodillcatlou ol ceitalu eon
giessioual enactments, they cannot bring
tins propel ty with Hit in. It these fu,
lives act wisely they will sta.v whcicthey
are, and enjoy their properly . They are
beyond the reach of tho American carpet
bagger and thu corrupting Inlluencea
American politic. Should they return
no one can tell what trials and iiidigul
tics they may be Mibjcctcd to. Some of
them may be oent lo the lower house o
bii.Miou Moino.v seems to he lestluir
under a conviction that he has rendered a
satisfactory account of the maimer lu
which ho disposed ol the $00,000 he oIh
lalned, fourteen years ago, on the credit
of Indiana, from tho general govern
ment; hut the curious public arc still
pushing Imjuirles. One of them Is:
"Why did not Senator Morton render his
account ten years ago, mid not wi.lt un
til tho matter was brought to light by
the prying eyes of a congresoional com
- 'I iik snialrcjuiiige Inmliic seeinstii be
growing. Iji miini localities business is
conducted ntxmit'dio-ariv.intxgr for, the
want ol It. silver change I coining Into
circulation very slowly, the snb-ti easui les
having paid out less than SI ,."100,000
Meanwhile the fractional rags arc being
worn out mid destroy cd ; and there arc
not n few fchoi t-Mghh ri pcr-ons who
hoard the silver change as lii"t us It
comes iulo their poselon. The "Sub
stitution act," was ajuriicl"tiunncluieiit ",
butwesuhnril (hat Us operation Is too
tardy. As there is no Marcity of bullion,
the coining prooe-u should he pushed
with nil posolhle vigor, until the whole
amount ofVlmngf nuthoiied, Is put into
TiikSI. Lnnls Timri puts. bulge D.i Is
entirely out ol the ilngc-l probable Dem.
oerallc nominees. We'iin tired." sav?
thai straigbt-laei d inifM r. "of nil this out
side talk about Judge DaMs iri want to
sec an cud of if. He Is no Democrat.
ami that settles the matter." It mav
strike the Whim as oncer; but "ibe mat
ter" Is not settled by any means. Kvery
day brings new assurances of Judge
Davis' growing strength, not only in the
west; hut In every pait of the country.
He Is the man the ocei-iou calls tor, and
the Democracy will he wise unto their
own sM'tiiiiou it tuc.) eoim.ic .)...
fuel and net upon It.
Tnmir being no Republican game
cock-In sight, the hauty ot Hie .Vn;ihas
taken possesion of the entire Itepubllcan
hirnyard. He declercs that he has no
pet candidates fur office, no Irlenils to re
ward, and will therefore slick hU 'hovel
Into the Republican manure pile, when
ever and as often as he pleases. "Hut,' '
says he, taking the other tack, "If the
men who put in the ballots don't care (to
preserve the orgaiil.atlon) then the.Vioi
don't care." There's IuIcpcii..'ijucc for
you hut If you please, Davis, since illsbii
fectniits arc scarce, don't stick lu that
shovel until the weather cools.
CliliMKlillf lllelillllre Still
(Kiom the Mate Kegl'lcr.)
The latest move on thu Republican
board, for candidates on tlic State ticket.
is an adroit one, and one that promises a
general smashing of slates, hopes, etc.
The plan Is maturing in irieago and con-
Ists ol bringing forward L. lirotono, or
ook. lor secretary of State. This cuts
Rut.'s throat lur treasurer, as one German
on the ticket is enough, and lets lu Tom
Needles from Rut.'s part ol the State for
lien. Lipplucott'.s shoes, puts (icorge
Sanders, who was Irauricntly counted out
two years ago, up for treasurer, and
smashes things gcneially as now laid out.
This movement is intended lor the benc
llt ol Culloin, but will probably result in
a general breakdown and the nomination
..fat. .11 . ...1.
oi uiu -great uiikiiuwii" lor L'overnor.
thus entirely changing the entire status.
It Is a bold scheme ami the indications
now arc that It will be successful. The
present light among the loyal brctheru Is
one the like of which was never before
witnessed In Illinois.
'Hie Vifkttiric f'uf-Oir.
from tlic- Vlcksliurs tlciuli.
The boats don't pretend to go any
other way now except through the cut
oil'. It will soon bo as great a novcltv to
sec a steamboat go around lhe bend as it
was a few days ago to see one go acro-s
the point. Tho cut-off' lo widening grad
ually, and the current strikes the Missis.
ippi shore below the . otton Compress.
much further down than It was expected
to do. It Is believed bv some that the
Fair Grounds and the lowlands there
about will be washed avvav bv the cur
rent, and others seem to think that land
will make near there. It is impossible to
say as yd, what the liver will do.
I. Iter mill Illoitil MlteiiM .
II. V. Pierre, M. I)., Author m 'l. no-
yiK tl VUllllllOll iStllov JU11ICU1 AiUutr.
A healthy liver secrets each ilav ntmut
two and a half pounds ol bile, which con
tulnsu great amount o! waste material
taken from the blood. Whsii tho liver
becomes torpid or con-rested, it tails in
eliminate this vast amount ot noxious
substance, which, therefore, remains to
poUou the blood, nml be conveyed to
every part of the system. What miK he
the condition of tho blood when It is re
ceiving and retaining eacli day, tw o and
a hall pounds of poison ir Nature tries to
work oil this poison through other chan
nels and organs the kiducys.lungs.skln,
etc., but these organs become over-taxed
in perforinluir this labor in addlt ton In
their natural functions, and cannot loii"
withstand the pressure, but become var
Tlio brain, which is tho great electrical
comer oi an vitality, is unduly stlmulat
en iij mo uuiieaiiy uioou widen passes
to it from the heart, and lull- to neriorm
Its office healthily. Hence the svniptotns
ofblle poisoning, which are 'dullness,
headache, Incapacity to keep the iiiiud on
any Minjeei, impairment ot meiiiorv,
ui.y, sleepy, or nervous leellngs,
gloomy forebodings, mid lnitahlllty ol
temper, i nu mood n-cil Doing disea-ed,
as It forms thu sweat upon the surface ot
the skin, it is so Iiritatiug and poisonous
inui ii produces discolored nrown spots,
lilliuilc.- I. Ii.. I.. ,., .unci CI options,
sores. boils. carbuncles and
scrofulous tumors. The stotuache,
uui'is nun iiuicis organs cannot
escape becoming affected, sooner or inter,
ami w.i u.it u, as me ICSllll, COSIIVellCsS,
piles dropsy, dyspep,!;,, dianhea. Other
symptoms are common, as bitter or bad
taste in tho mouth, internal heat, palplu.
lation, teasing cough, unsteady appetite,
chokhiL' sensation In ilnoit
stomach, pain In sides or about Miouhlcrii
oi oacit. coming ol exti emetics, etc.,
etc. Only a few of thu niini '1' ftl'f mttfitni.
are likely to be present in any caseat one
time. I he llvci being the great depurat-
ng, or inood-eleanslng organ ot the sys.
leiu, set tiffs great "housekeeper of our
Health" at woik. anil tlio t'oiil..i, .ti,,...
which gender in thu blood, and rot out.
as It were, the- machinery ot hie, tni
gradully expelled Irom thu svstei,,
I:"1'.. '' purpose, Dr. I'ierco's linhhm
Medical Discovery, with very small doses
...it in i i. iieice s rieasaut rurgatlve
I ellets, Is pi (.-.eminently thu articles
ueciicii. i uey cure every kind of liu
mi. II mini uiu noiSl SCrOlllla 10 IIIU COIll-
mou puupie, inotcii or eruption. Great
cluing uicers KiiKiiy heal under their
mighty curative fnllueuee. Virulent
blood poUins that lurk In the system are
by them robbed ur their tcirors, and by
their preserving and somewhat pro
nu ted use the mo,t tainted Hystems may
he completely renovated ami built up
anew. Knlarged glands, tumors anil
swellings, dwindle ijvvay in dlspalr under
Iho Intlucnco of thco great resolvents.
leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol lu
Itepubllcan party, umt refuse to bo tram
incited tj tho dictation of nnyeliipie in Hip
U bcitevc that the Itepubllcan party tiu
futtllled its luifslon, and that the Demo
cratic party as now organized sboulu be re
stored to power.
It believe) the ltadlcal tyranny that bo
for leveral years oppressed the Soutl
should be overthrown and tbc people ft iut
Southern States permitted to coutro! then
It believes that railroad corporation
should bo prohibited by legislative cr.acU
menus from extorting and niuii'tly dscrim-In-ttlng
In their business transactions with
It recognises tbc equality ol all men
fore the law.
It advocates free cocimcren urlll (oi
advocates resumption ol speck- pay-
nient, and honest pnyuii-iit ot tbv public
It advocates economy in tin I mulstts-
Hon ot public, aflalrs
AS A NEWSPAPER
The Ilulletlu will publloh all the local ncWi
ol Cairo, and a varloty ot Commercial, i'o
tltlual, Foreign and (lencral News, and en
deavor to please all tastes and interest uli
T II K -
U a thirty-two column paper, lurmshed tc
subscribers (or the low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Postage prepaid. It is Ibe cheapest pupc
In tho West, and Is it pleanhtg Kirosid
Visitor and Family Companion.
Cannot (ail to see tho iu.-lvalod ludutco
ments offered by Tho llulletin in the way
ol cheap and urofltatiie advertisements.
THE BMP I
O. N. HUGHES,
Over Mathuii & Uhl'4.
Kliat ( loss i;tiii.iiiili-s ii'ire
T.i OHIO LEVEE,
City National Dank Building, up-tuiri,
TI.h OhUiit 1'Nlitblhibeil Aitency in Sout 1
iii IllliiolH, rupieacntlnir ov-r
t5 000 000
t.lll I VP tlltl (tij kl uw lift
'nir ip .iuid i w , 11.0
tlio.houl.l m.rrv Ok in mil n,. Mi f.iinatnirr.lli. Ir i..
Inn tul rutr.Tnvt.nntll III-m-i.Iii1 r , ii.!.lnlnK lll
iiXZXk )n'e,,,"",f'"j!n.ii.l'iiut. i if i. tl.aunlr roily
rT"- ".'I' ' c"1 " '"" ' u.l on rr-vIM i-l pi Mi.
& "i.V. Vi' CiA. ,""lo"i ...1 .N-rlli 1,1th iliw,
M.liull,.oo. l.,ut,iuhi, in Iv. '
T, r! .rri-t,-r, 'Hn tlnlrr.lia. Ktrsciujl an:.
A riiy.loloclo.i view crMirrliie
lrl. .tn.rii.-.l .ii-l !!,.., emit. inn.t.,
li llritr, oil lti mjr.t.rir. I f rrpru-ltK -
lilll Ri.J III. .nl lnfl.fli. ....... .. .
i .1 uJ wnininl...! .nl. i..u.l...K,ki.t?ti.. .,!
I,.r .t,,.iB tttSli'I.vllrSt-ituUllMkrbliiiiJir wiklirl
krf. ontitmlfrt..! f iwirf,
of Prlv.to IfkturoH Kin, Hit .liu... iM J i.
l)-.lc .tllUc li.l..Ti,,i,.tl,,l,ni..i,lci.H',L'"..2,
wii'i. f . it,,. , i'tiiT,rr.i ritrl..
I'CIJIOAI. AWICEon o,,i,; ,n. chronlf l)i
i, . inl Wp.Vnr.i.Ciitili, C.ni-rr, llul4urr,1Ui (Hutm,
Ifiil.it, - , w. ,t-tuml-r .ni I. r m r- All
Ihri'ebeoKlii t. .r. r.24C0p;i..iMlrrrvtr rswnrtli
k i II u itibj. i, writ me un-iy ulta on ru
r ipt cr CO cti. Ad! ,. Dr. Bulla' DiiDn3,v.
Uo.l2N.Blhtt.,St. Ltuii.Ki. " !l "5 I ""
An IKmtrttrtl u tt Ti
a ttim liifcnicil nur
tit , Jtlrtt U.tWOVtTio
ritriM i.t MtriPaMliutli.n
) turti; ami tulJ'l! tft-J i,ou!ij rt4 tnt prtm Iti It
toiiUiQi Iftfortnition, tfttikhlHicni ran tQonl U b with
(-Jieto fJ-.l ihrrkt the trhnrMotyoLtttUiitai;'t
!'nlr true MarriamOaidt In tU vuml, nc Wcnt
i truir harttv Ir. tan mirrkii t l at 1ml. Mat aiul lruli-.
I'T MllL IhC author l rfintultnl Mrmni'T nt htf
mall on tor of ihctirWf mf-ntioncil in hii crk..v4iiu
Ut. A. U. OLHf , 157 MUsanvu ru, CUcoj, LL
Win. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar.
1,000 bbls Yollow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rico,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ASH OHII'K I'KIUIt f I.
fiS. TO llllll T2 VIIH'Mm l. If IV.. O.
33 3VX 3t I HE
Mr, S. fllliMn ct, SI. I. unit.. Mo,
UmllW'i-iliiMii'limciitorilH' VVi.'l IU,I:.V( II
lo'li, liVIMi, VIIKUI.Sfi, unit all klmlw nl
.Mlllliii-ii' VVoikilfiiiciroiiiitly l'l.-c-lc rllloekit
tun-mi. I liuinii i.ii( on K"0'lonm im. bunt
till- I'l-lt.-. l-'J'i-llVllll
U IIfl.i:SAI.i: (IKfMTMS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
A.QENTS AUEIIICA.N POWDEIl CO
57 Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Dealer In "
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
l'KCIAt. ultcntloi ifivin tugoiiiln'iiiiicnUuii I
St. Gharlos Hotel,
PRICES REDUCED 70 SUIT THE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 por Day.
Room mid Iiounl, art Floor $2.00 For Day
Siieolkl Rittou by Woek or Montb.
A lliiilli'il niiinlit i' ol" very ileolruliln lunilly
1'iMiiiid run In- M't'liltil nt n-aoiiiiitlilu iiiti-n loi'llio
'I In- HI. Umilei, In tin- l.n uii't 1"'1 iilipnliil
io I House ill SoiitliLi 11 1 111 luiio , nml in Hie IiiiiIiiik
hull I In Culm. Not tvlllioliiiullnjf , the "llnl
Hock" iiotiicllini III pllie. Hi" tiil'le will, no
UkuiiI, In- UUinlly kiipiitli'l Willi lhe very Ix-nt
III' ltlTlllllll' lli.it -uu In- lillllHl III tiutrkit.
I'lni- liiiL'e Miiiinle iuomk lur I'uiniuerclal IrilV-
elern, 1111 i;rciiiml floor. Inrofcliurk'i-.
tJ'AH lillfKllt:ei K'le.li roiivt-yi'H luuiHiiruiu
llieliutel without rlim in
1111 iioui 11110 i.,,VJ,,.,..l, w,,,(;o. ,v co, ,
1 lO-tl'i l'H'I'llttOI..
Straw I Felt Ms
(Or if place! In a line, over)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING iho YEAR 1875
i.v i in si.iv i is
W lii'ivtrr I 'ni or "uM
i I i
It 1 lit 1 91
! I! M.VV SIZI.S
Nos. !17, 08, Uf), 47, 18 ond 41)
An- a Miirtilmi. f .mi.liiatl.xi or
Ami till tln K .uitl.il r.iint.tlal so ti MaVciin
Most Porfoct Cooking Stovo
i:i r Olii-ri-il lii Hit- I'nlilli-
ilaile Only hy the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
No-. ()I2, r,n, n. ainlcl .V. .Mitinfl ,
SI, t.lMlil, .lilt,
C. W. HENDERSON,
1 .lixi it
11 U" . IIII1111N.
( tirt-rtol Iiy tin-f-l.
lc of lllinolo
lur Uu- i-xirt-i
.uri"ji: fif l vliifc
IIIlllllolLltt- It'll, 1'
111 uu 11.F3 I I'litali-, ihriiiilr, itml iirlnnry ill
"' in all llii tr coiiiilltuU.I r.iniH. It In ttell
Vim nn I'm! Ur .lain, ilmi Htoo-l ul tin- liewlur
the lirofi'-olin for ltn-l 3D vtuM Aue nml
eioTlfiireniin!I lintioilant. Mi-iiiliiiil VV i-itf.-hi-hs,
niglit bttH t by ilri-aiu lillliiln un the
rri. lost iimula.xMl tun ixxltinly ie curttol
IjiiIIi-o wanluiK (lie liioi-t ilelicate nttrnllon. mil
i.r wrili-. I'li-jfunt home fur iiutleiit.o. A hook
fur I)..' million. Marrhve li'ulile. whlrh Idlo
you all alxiut tht-feillt.iioi'. who ttieuH marry
whv not 1'iio ntJ to iy i'otnire. Ir. .lnlni-
hno m rnoiii. nml putUr Vuu Mr do r,iie hut
the iloetor. (ftlirr- hours, " .Lin. lo 7 p.m. Mm
ilay, 1" to I.'. All hiuliit-' utriclly eiuflilni
,iii. nr.o nii'i . un.li
At tl.t' 111 li.ktin (filler, ( alro, Ulinol
'I III lll'OT I I ML' I nl'k'r
Tho People's Itonicdy.
Tho Universal Pain Ext actor.
Note : Aik for Pond's Extract.
Take no other.
"Ileur fori will ninnk of i xeillent llilngf '
I ii ii i li to Jl.tii or IIi Hits,
I TiitU, Uruln'j,
Slriiliii, -.pniliio, Cuutil
I "Iimiii, lHslocatlono,
I'riK-f iircoi, ( nil, Ij-.n-ra-
tut or Incltiil VVoumU
Mtt 1 1 1 iik. Itunii ,Mt)il 1,
ItliTillni; i.iiiikm, ur
.ViiKi. lllci'il, itnil llleril-
irifr (tiima or 'IVetli.
Viiiiilllnor llliiml ami
I'lli-s - llleiotliKt I'llei,
Illlml l-llt'i), (Inlalllliie )
ralxln, swtlltol Kate.
Ulit-iiiiiiil Km, llhcuinn
tlo. Swelling or. Sori-niyo,
Sllirm-ss or fjoreneoii,
l.miiluL'ii, Ijiiiic Hack.
Sorii Tlirout or Uuliuy,
llx, ,f limn.
!.Snre or Inflamo Kyca o
(Cntftri h, Itn'orilii-a,
INiiro .Mpiilci, Iiiilnmo'1
tux l'Mlnriil or too TrofU'c
PEOPLE'S .. Ovarian DU-
" w mini ami Tuinorn.
lUilnry 4'(iiiilnln t,
RFMFPIV , Umvcl and SlraiiKury.
nc.IVIC.Lf tlCltntliiKM ami Kxcorla
lions of liitiuita, or
.Viirlt-oiic Vi-Iiin, Kn
FXTFRNDI l iwolorlnllaiiieil Vein.
CA I CnilHL Iiji,.,.,,, oitl Hon., Inter
. I nal Ulcerutiona,
AN" Hollo. Carbimch-ii. T11-
r .Tnn-nuT -r 1 i"ii Hot fowcllliiKii.
INTERNAL niN nml Iliinlom, Uml
j fit or Wore IVet,
,lr , 'liilliiu'-o,l(iiriu3or Sii'l-
UaE. diu d'aiu.
l-cloii or Whitlow, Frost-
to I.liuha or l'urlrt,
jMiiHi-ulto llllen. Inucct
I btiiiK'i CIiuikiI IIiuiiU.
I'OMt'H i:.TU.in'liirorenlcliynU I lisl
'Iiinoj UrtiKiilKfoitaml recomiiienileil hy
all IfriiKKlDt'i l'liyslclant, ami overy
lioily who Iiiih over tibtol it.
I'liuiplilcf t'onlaliiliiK IIMory nml Hues nmil
11I Irt-onn itiiilinatlon, 11 not foumtatyoiir
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
ftv York nml London.
NORTH SIDK OF EIGHTH XTRKEI
Betwoen Woabinston and Oommarolal
JJR. R. H. CANINE,
OKFJCK AND IlKSinUKCKl Hlglith Street,
between VnillinStOU nud Commercial Avenue,