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The Mrlal rail orilie Xntlonnl Itrsii
TbiNlloMtl:DnMenttq Coniinlllcc, to
whom li delegated tlic power of llxltig (lie
timo nd place of holding the National Dc.h-
ocratlc :onvcntlon 61 1870, liVc appolntcil
Tuesday, the l.venty-seventU day of .111116
next, noon, at tlio ttrac, mid iclcctod St.
Louis astha place of holding uch roinct
tlon. EachSUto will bo entitled to rcprrcn.
tatlon equal to double the number nl Its
teuton and representative In flic enn
grew of too United Stated mid the terri
tory of Colorado, tvhojo adiiilitou lit July
an a glate will elvc It a vote In tho next
electoral college, la alio Invited to tend del
Democratic, Conservative and other cltl
zens ol the United States, Irrespective of
past political associations, clo-lrliw to co
ODerate with the Democrntlo party In IU
present cftort and objects, arc cordially In
Tiled to join Id sending ilclciratc to the
national convention. Co-operation Is ilc
sired from all persons who. would cbaujjo
an administration that lias tuft'ercd the
public ercdlt to become and remain Inferior
to other and lets favorod nations j tins per
mitted commorco to ho taken away by for
chje powers; hat tltled tnido by unjit,
unequal and pernicious legislation; has
(mooted unusual taxation and rendered it
most buraenymio ; hi changed Rrowiir
prosperity Into widespread iU1ciIiii; and
want; has squandered the jmbllo moneys
recklessly and dciiantly, and tlianicluly
used the power that iihould havo been sarilt
to punish crime, to protect It.
For these and other reason tlio nutiunnl
Democratic party ilccm the public danger
Imminent, and earnestly dc.Miutu of secur
ing to our country the McMlng of an
economical, pure and Tree government,
cordially Invite the co-operation of their
fellow-cittzcnsln the cflort to attain tlil
Thomas A. Walker, Alabama.
8. II. CockriU, Arkansas
Frank McCappln, California.
William H. Barnuin, Connecticut.
Charles Itcaitcn, Delaware.
Charles E. Dyke, Florida.
A. It. Lawton, Georgia.
Cyrus 11 McConnlck, Illinois.
Thomas Dowlin;, Indiana.
M. 31. Uam, Iowa.
Isaac E. Eaton, Kansa.
Henry D. Mcllenry, KeLtucky.
Henry D. OjJcn. f.oulilna.
L.D. 31. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland.
William A. Moore, Mlibljjan.
William Lochren, Minnesota.
J. 11. Shane, Mississippi.
-Too. O. Priest, Missouri.
Geo. L. Miller, Nebraska.
Thos. II. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. B. Edgerlv, New Uampsutrc.
Theo.K. Randolph, New Jtrvey.
M. W. Uantom, North Carolina.
John G. Thompson, Ohio.
J arne K. Klley, Oregon,
.lames V. Birr. Pennsylvania.
Nicholas VanSlyck, Miodo Mainl.
Thot. "V. Simon, South Carolina.
William 11. Bite, Tennessee.
F. S. Stockdale. Text.
B. B.Smalley, Vermont.
John Goode.Jr., Virginia.
John Blair Hogs. West Virginia.
George II. 1'atil, Wisconsin.'
Thomas 31. l'attenon, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCIIKI.I., New York,
'KEIRICK O. 1'rtlNC, Massaclimctt",
rioerctiry National Democratic Cora.
Washington. Febmarr -J. ISTu.
Or the sixty-four mcinbera of the
Home of congress now absent from their
seats, llfty-onc are republic.nw. What
was It, .Mr. Kra-IUinvUaii, you Mid
about the tun days absence 0NI01. Wil
liam Hartell f
Tm: Chicago Tribunt, In a lcnjjtliy ar
ticle devoted to the presidential iiiestWui,
admits that Tllden would bo a formidable
candidate for even Iiristow to contend
with. It concedes to Tllden nil the late
slate States, with tho possible exception
of South Carolina. Here, then, are one
hundred and thirty-one electoral votes
certain, leaving only llftv-four to obtain
to secure his election, The hard-tnoncy
States of the raclllo slopo will furnish
fifteen of these, and Colorado four more.
Connecticut will como in with her right,
aud thus complete half of tho lllly-four.
In the Tribune ol tho lit Inst., it Is'atatcd
that "Oorcraor Tildcu U the only Demo
crat who could carry' New York." And
thus tho Tribune flrurcg up TJldcu'i elec
tion by a majority of eight electoral
votes. There may be a cleverly concealed
purpo'cln this liberal figuring ; but ru we
are not sagacious enough to detect It, wc
resnt the reckoning ni an indication of
Tlldcn'4 chances as contemplated from a
Tin: recent overflow of the lower ills"
als.slppl country has caused u renewed
ulscusslou of the Icvco ijuestlon. The
Chicago Triiune Is violently opposed to
any appropriation by congress to provide
means of protection, nnd denies to con
press the coiistitutioqel right to do o. It
has becu well said that tho Tribune might
appreciate the iltuatlon of tho In-dwell-
ers of that watered country, nnd llud a
full warrant for the appropriation, If
Lake Michigan, for u lnl yuar, Miouhl
piayiuc pranns or tue JUUslppi river.
It the lake wcro given to icriollgal rises
of thirty or forty feet, and should throw
her maddened waters through the ttu-cU
of Chicago and over the greater portion
ot all the tillable land in Northern Illi
nois, the Tribune would howl lustily for
congressional aid, and lie apt
to find a command in the con.
ntltutlon that it bu extended. Hut
the Tribune' ox U not gored, and about
other people's crippled cattle It feels no
concern whatever. Even Calro' ap
plication, founded upou ,un acknowledg
ed necessity or our river commerce, ex
cited the TWW, ridicule. Xot contcut
indeed, with ridicule, the pajwr resorted
to the ftoiseit and most Inexcusable
iiirciinHtiuuuu, uui tj,c House of
congress, goraraen uy broader and mom
liberal viewatuti given to Cairo a part of
uie ibm wftcu sur , u 111c lime is not
la the tery remote future, when tho
needed assistance will bo extended to the
ttuwatuick of tuflerers in the lower Mis-
Ji'Hsjr. davin ami io;:itoit
Xoltody can Ins In doubt as to tin posi
tion of the llt'u.r.ii.v on the Presidential
question. Wo liato declared for Judge
David IavK ol Illinois and havo itlveii
the rvanons lor tho faith that h In in.
We lellcv! I1I111 to he a pure, upright
man. In lull sympathy with tho Demo
cratic 1 i.uiy on nil the Itnl hsucs; mid
the man upon whom all tho clement1 of
the oppoltlr.u would euthmiaotic-dly
unite. Hut we lire lire to any that Judge
Davis Is not our political "alpha and
omega." Alnny Democratic' papers,
and some of great ability
and liillueneo havo declared for
Governor Tllden. Should Oov. T. bo
tho r.omtnec tho llui.i r.Ti.v will lend him
n cheerful and cordial support. Even
his opponents acknowledge that he Is a
man ol great Intellectual ability. Ho
ML-tns to have been the only man In New
Vorlc who was considered equal to the
work ot crushing out the Tweed and ca
n'al rings, which were known to bo tat
tenlnjf on the very vlluls ol the city mid
the commonwealth. In that work ho en
listed himself, and he prosecuted It vig
orously and Micceistully. Ills whole
course has been that of a reformer ;
and no man hi the country Is better
known n an enemy of olllcial fraud, vil
lainy and corruption. His Dcmociacy,
too, Is unimpeachable, mid no mau'.s pub
lic or private record h freer from taint
or lc assailable. All this we van fay ot
Governor Tllden ; aud coming before
the people with Midi a character a? a
practical guvcrmuutnl reformer ; as an
climluatcr of fraud and corruption from
the public service as a great man iutcl-
lcctustlly and morally, and as a man upon
whom all Democrats could unite com-Ir'-tently,
we are not prepared to say that
the Democratic National onveiitlon
would, by nominating him, throw away
ourchanrcs for party Micce.-s. We be
lieve, with a llrmuess tnat remains un
shaken, that David DavN N the stronger
man. n o believe that he would com
mand the support of thousands of labor
ing men and disaffected Republicans that
would vote for no other man who has
been spoken of either :us a probable or
possible nominee. We hellevo all tills ;
but wc do not believe that the Democrats
would Invoke defeat or render success
Impo-slblc by the nomination ot
Governor Tildcu. Wc will vote tor him,
If he Is nominated ; wc will work for him
chcerlully, earnestly and persistently.
Cairo .s .1 .Ts.i.riAs-riiti.j)
In Ids speeches at the council chamber,
Win. J. Sykes dwelt at length upon the
advantages ot Cairo as a place for manu
facturing establishment of various klnds
particularly of Iron. He drew a compar
ison between ('lmttanooga. Tenn., and
Cairo, aud showed that Cairo possessed
even more advantages than Chattanooga,
widen is now becoming famous for Its
manufacture of railroad iron. The
voting population of Chattanooga was
increased from 1WK to 1SIJ within the
lat four years ; or, in other words, It has
nearly doubled even in these limes of de
pression. We were not able to give Jlr. tykes'
remarks In full ; but were compelled to
give only a synopsis, but even this made
clear the manufacturing advantages of
Cairo. Among other thing', he said of
"Cairo, situated at tho junction of the
two great rivers, the Ohio and the 3Iis
elsslppl, po-CCS advantages which few
cities enjoy, both lor commercial and
manufacturing purpo-es. N'ot only arc
you connected by water with all parts or
tho West, but you have railroad commu
nication In every direction save one, that
is tho soutbea.t and that this Cairo' and
'1 eiuics.ee ulver railroad Is intended to
supply. On the North you have the
magnificent grain fields of Illinois.
Within a short di-tancu in that wav am
Inexhaustible mines of the;ilncst coal, well
suited to manufacturing purposes. Ou
the south and southeast are the eraln. to
bacco and cotton fields of Kentucky and
lenncssee. Ou the 1 no of the uronoscd
I'nlrn ntnl 'IVtritincw.fi 1t..yiw
within one hundred and lorty miles of
Cairo, arc "banks," as they are called,
ot Iron ore. Inferior to none mi this rm-
- .... w.tva .vllllCTt.U J.I.LI IHIIIUdU.
tlncnt, from which oro may be delivered
In Cairo at three dollars 11 ton. With all
these advantages, cbean iirovlslons. cheat)
coal and cheap Iron ore; with river and
railroad transportation unsurpassed.
what Is to prevent Cairo from becoming
;reai iiiaiiiiiaeiuriiig euy ; '
Is not every word of this true? Should
not these facts moke an Impression upon
those seeking Investment for capital?
What advantage, let us ask, does any
place have over Cairo lor the establish
ment or factories'; Wo not only enjoy
the advantages mentioned by Mr. Sykes,
but we havo excellent health, and are
equally removed from tho extremes of
northern cold or southern heat. Pork
can be saved here as well as in Chicago
Cincinnati or St. I.ouis.
ills Important that our advantages lu
this respect should be mado known and
Mr. Sykcs, though a stranger, having 110
interest lu Cairo, has rendered us valu
umo kcrvico uy onnging forward ko
prominently our manufacturing ail van
tages. Ilo Is disinterested, and looks at
this mutter from an Impartial stand
AN AtlltAUOi: t'l.AIM.
Viincu of Xortli Carollnii, has Intro
(liiccil ii rc.-oliitloii Into tlio Iioiico, which
looks to tlio i.'iyiiiei!t ol Soiitliurn mall
oontractors for ovrvices runilcrcil during
tlm tlircu months luimcillatcly prcccdlnij
Hit; outbreak of tlio rebellion. If the
limurj pa.cs this refiolulloii, It will tie
crvo all the denunciation that loyul iiieu
can neaji upon It. The claim In an nuda.
clous oiii; ; ami Wo marvel much that
even the South could fend up a member
who would lavor Its payment, it was
not enough that tho Houtli .licmhl seize
and approjirlatc all tho j;ovehinieiit post
ofilccs and pot-oUke properly within
her limits ; it win not enough that nil
her post-wagtcrs bhouhl retain lu their
hands all money due tho United .States,
and treat with derision thu demand for
IU payment. Thin was notenouiih. Mr.
Vance iiitmt claim wore than this : ho
limit claim that the South must keep all
Hhu j;ot, and then receive payment lor
thu mahitalnanci) of mall route, that
were, to all intent') mid purpose?, n
means for "llrlng the Southern heart,"
and for hastening oil the clash of tho coii
lllct. if Mr, Vance wcro honest, ho
would add to his resolution u proviso
that the money claimed riioiilil he paid,
only In the event that Southern post
masters were made to disgorge the
money they stole from tho government
and are yet eii)oylng. lluf, wo take It,
.Mr. Vanee'rt resolution will not pas hi
any shape. If It should, we shall expect
to fee 11 claim set up for compensation
lor the loss of the rebel licet before Mem
phis nnd below New Orleans. Any and
every rebel claim may bo paid. If tho start
be made which .Mr. nnco proposes.
WHAT NK.V1TOII KI'.V THINK.
Heenusc of his vote III favor of raising
a committee to investigate 11 Hair. In Mis
sissippi. Senator Key. ol Tennessee, lias
fallen Into had odor with boutheni Demo
crats generally. In a recent letter to a
friend nt home, ho states ills position in
I will do what I think the interests
ot the people demand, though 1 fall a
thousand tunes In tho ellort. -My dear
sir, the Democratic party must be
come n party ol principle of progress.
it must not rule at alienor, it must
cut loose aud sail out with sheets spread
mid Hag unfurled. It mii-t act nllirma
tively. Wc must not perish in the wilder
lies. Wo must move out of it to the
laud of promise ol peace and fraternity.
What good docs it do for me, like it, cat.
to turn nil my hair the wrong wa.rand
'pit lit Morton. Houtwcll. or any other
senator? Is It better for me to say that
you are a scoundrel anil a liar than that
vott arc wrong, but honestly mistaken r
1 have hail my fight and want peace. 1.
for one, shall treat tho war as over. I
concede thai 1 am whipped. I
concede that the negroes arc
free and entitled to eitlzcnshlp
Hint they shall not be again enslaved,
that a .Statu cannot secede 1 agree; and
furthermore I agree, that :i man may
have opposed the South and yet bean
honest man--misguided, if you please,
still honest. I believe that the South
was right In the war, hut the war de
cided that It was hi the wrong, and I
abide bv tho result. If the urcssof Tenn
essee can convince tho North that I have
tnlsrcnrcsented tho temper nnd feeling
of my people it will bo unfortunate for
It was not our purpose, when refer.
ring to Centennial charges, to stigmatize
every man, woman and eiiim in rnua-
delphla, as a robber or thief ; but to con
vey the Idea that the exorbitant prices
fixed by hotel keepers, by merchants,
peddlers and all others engaged in the
business ofluriiMiingthe needs ot strang
ers, had won for the city a most unenvi
able name, and for the citl.cns. In a
general sense, the designation of robbers
nnd thieves. "A citizen of Philadelphia'
denies the fitness of the designation used,
but while extolling tho energy and liber
ality ol his fellow-citizens, lie admits
that the hotel prices hare been raised to
live dollars a day, and thereby virtually
concedes the truth ot our charge'. Five
dollars ier day! The visitor who
D accompauled by his wile,
child aud servant is. it Is 'Admitted,
subjected to an outlay ot twenty dollars
per day for board and lodging. As
the usual.charge of the average Philadel
phia hotel Is two dollars and a halt per
day. it Is a self evident tact that our Tarn
lly or tour is virtually robbed or ten del
lars icr day, or seventy dollars jmt week,
because ot and In the name of the exhibi
tion. The increased custom be.-towed
upon the hotels would, at old rates, am
ply repay all outlays to enlarge accoioino.
dations, and as a consequence, excuses
or that kind are without force. Aud so
the fact remains as we stated It. Phila
delphia uses the Centennial as 11 pretext
for fleecing the millions, irpou food,
upon lodging, upon everything that I?
likely to come into aetlvo request, the
local dealers there have greatly increased
tho prices, and precisely to the extent ol
the Increase, they rob the visitor.
A Charge Asrnlnltlie Prealilvnl.
tf'rom Hie UtI&k lnuo Tniininc I'aj.fr,
That General Grant was j;lvcn to drink
In his younger day, aud was even forced
to leave tho army when holding a cap
tain's commission, by the Irregularity of
his habit., can lie historically substan
tlated. And that he has ou more than
one occasion, at periods not many
montlis back, been very prcceptlbly un
uer tue iiiiiiiencc ol liquor, is an open
secret with ii rrtat many people, ul-
tliou-'h L'cuemlly treated as u thin
which ought not to be emhla.oned to thu
I.ynrli Ijh lii Uriiliii'k).
Cincinnati, Jlay At Warsaw, K'y.,
betw een 11 and 12 o'clock last night, lien.
French and wife, who were Incarcerated
in the county ail for no son hi" an old
.11111 wcaiiiiy coiorcu man named .incol
luncs, were taKeii Irom thu jail by :i mot
ol masked men and hung to it limb or :i
tree about two miles Irom town. The
French's had Invited Jones to tea, and
uhllo cutlllt; liu war svIaciI ttllli b) iimm
loins of urbcnhsil poison mid died shortly
after. Their object was Mippo"cd to
have been to get possession ol sonic of
ins prox:rty. Tlio French's were re
garded as bad characters and iirohublv no
steps will bu taken to discover the parlle-
ipiiuin in inu iiuniug.
iii iiiv iiiiuu limn.
Omaha, .May A recent arrival
irom i lister uity says mat gn at ncaielty
11 lUO'i C A 1113 IIIIUIIIMIIIl mo iiuiii,
Sugar Is 10 cents :i pound, bacon M.ituu
corn W cents, iinil flour $22 a sack in
Cti-tcr c ity. Ilu says thu road from
Fort I.arauilu to Custer Is strewn with
wagons belonging to parties who had
been attacked by Indians. On the Kill
of April :t party ol the latter camii up
witiiiu one Hundred yarns ni uiMcr lly
and ran oil' IIU head oi horses.
Win. Allen lor I'rr.nlfiil.
Toi.i;io, O., May ;i. The Democratlu
convention ol thu 1'iiih eougressloual dis
trict was held at Ui'llauce, Ohio, to-day.
Gen. A. V. It Ice ol l'lituaui county, was
re-iioinluated lor representative lu con
gress by acclamation. Kcsolutious wcro
udontcd In favor of the unconditional re
!calot the resumption act, the giadual
withdrawal of national bank paper, ami
in favor of ex-Governor Allen lor presi
dent. Oregon for Hlniiir.
SANiFitANcisco. May 4. Tlio Iteiuibll
can Statu convention of Oregon elected
W. II. Van lloiiton, J. II. Pouter, .1. U.
Uuvld, 11. Iv. Mines nnd l. W. licott to
complete the delegation to the national
convention ; declared Klalue tho choice ol
thu convention, but did not pass the us
ual resolutions indorsing tho mlmlulstra
Hon. Proxies of delegates ran be held
by delegates only.
luveiiturl 'mtiiitii hi llel'riiHP or
J runt 111 the Klrrilmi fiwrji iiui
!' fr'llrlalloii Hilli Mar.' Merrill
I an 'iitl-A la nl KiirMl
Strlii-iik'n n lit, narllmt l.llllo t:mni.
. Wasiiimito.v, May I The Commllleo
1111 j jAuviiiiiiiiii'n 111 ( in ji.ia -
Justice to-day continued Uic c.amlnat!oii
or John I. Davenport. The witness was
personally acquainted with eu-ry person
who signed thu voucher.", and Knew all
to bu "outline knew eury man on the
pay-rolls received pay tor services actual
ly rendered ; every paper produced was n
buna fide voucher covering money actual
ly expended. These w ere ait the vouch
ers ho was now able to tnrnldi, aud they
vouched lor all the money he had re
ceived and expended except some very
small sums of no considerable amount.
In reply to Mr. Conger, thu witness
said the result of this expenditure had
been to suppress and prevent fraudulent
voting. Tho fraudulent voting was de
creased greater In the Democrats party
than in thu Hepubllcan pirty. ' hs work
was so completely done hat it could now
be carried 011 at a vcrv Illtle expense.
ill- .Mr. Conger Has your expendl
tureol this money cousiitiuintcd the object
which you supposed it votild. ami which
the president had tea-ou to hellevo It
would when lie nuthoncd the money to
he paid over to you for thl purpose :
Answer It has. ' ...
Several question f like import
wereasked by Mr. Conner, to which .Mr.
Caullleld stienuoufly objected.
.Mr. Conger Iti-lstwl that it was Impor
tant to show whether the Pre-ldeiit was
satlslled liiordeiingllio expend turo ol
this sum ol money. Vrter some time was
spent in di.-euIeii Mr. (.aullleld ob
leeted to questions being answered unless
the committee deJded It by vote. A vote ,
showed four in tli" allirmaiive anil turee
in the negative. , , .
.Mr. Caullleld- ill. you will see where
this thing will lead to now.
In answer to questions by Mr. (.hand
ler, the willies .-aid the entire co't 01 111s
i-,ri.- in. 1 lun ii..(irj()tho dilleience be-
in.. il,.ir .11111 aliil ilil.lHWeoinillg flOIll
another fund lor which vouchers wen; In
thetrciisurvdcpartmemsiu a ueenarg u
thu govern'ment for the labor 011 the
..nti mkiI fur the books themselves;
that ihcgovernmetit owned some ( thu
books, but ho himself owned other",
which he bad copyrighted. Adjourned,
nntsiow's cam: ci.si:i.
The irommlttee 011 Expenditures lu the
treasury department this morning closed
tho investigation of tho charges against
Secretary lirl-tow in connection with the
n.tnnsi. ni'ilin li.irk ilarv Merrill be ex
amination ot Poland and Trice of counsel j
for owners ol the vessel, 'lliey
corroborated witnesses testifying that
General llrl-tow s connection wttu
the eae was a mere matter of friend
ship; that he never received any lee or
eomneiisatiou of any kind, and that bis
entire record throughout the allalr was
lu no manner Impeachable.
Tin: sciii;.'ck tiiouiu:.
General Schcnek, before the foreign
affairs committee to-day. characterized
as an unmitigated fatsehood, false lu
length, breadth ami circumference, the
statement made by II. A. Johnson yester
day that ho (Scbenck) was lu a London
broker s oinco utiring me extreme ex
citement in the Kminu Mine 'bares.
In rezard to the statement made yester
day by 3Ir. Lyon, Mix Park pronounced
them maue out 01 wnoic cioin.
The Investigation has been declared
iKxr.u.w. ccvrr.n 0ntiKi11.11 to iujois
Orders have been issued from the War
ri.,irt moiif iltriwtltirp r2itlorfil l?(ft..r ti
resume hl commamT. The Indian exe
dillon. under (Jeneral Ferry, has already
now Titnsn.vKit goks.
About In silver have Iks'u
paid out at the treasury and siib-ireasu-rles
THE CHINESE QUESTION.
An Iiilelliicrnt Hlnlrim-iil urilkSmiim
iiy n 1 lirlollniuzea iiniFe I'rtiu lK r.
San FitA.NCisCo. -May I. Ileloru the
Senate rhlnese Couiml-lon at Sacra
mento yesterday, .em Schaun. a christ
ianized f'hlnesc preacher, Ji . -titled that
It Is practically irnpo;lbl: to convert
grown Chinamen to Christianity, though
sometimes succesMul In the caw; of hoys.
no sain mai trie couumon oi women here
was horrible; they were bought and
sold lite cattle, abused by their mailers,
nud tortured and olten killed lor
attempting to ecape. The prcscuco of
the Clilnese In this country U disastrous
to both whites and Chluerc. The chin
eso here of the better clas, dc.-ire iuiinl-
gratlou to be stopped, and the whole
tiling can no uono m airienuly way. The
Cliini'se government desires to keep Its
subjects at home, nnd irhnmlratlon,
wiiicn is mostly from tlio province of
Canton, were totrcd, it would have im
effect on our commercial relations with
China. Tho Chinese government would
willingly assist to check It, but he was
afraid it could not do it. as there arc
eighteen provinces, and a revolution In
aimot every province, i hri-tlaiiltv has
not advanced by this Immigration; it
stopjied, it might do something will
The witness corroborated other evl
deuce conccrnim: thu manner in which
the Chines secret tribunals put a price
on me lives oi uiofc oiieimiug llielr laws
ami carried oui such 'cnicneci'. As to
the contract system, ho said when men
nave no money to get to ullfonila thuy
borrow and mako contract to work until
they ;iiavu relunded the money. When
Chinamen desire to go back to I hlna, the
I'mlilc Jlnll Hleunislilp couiii.tiiy will not
fen iiicm ucheis unless tney iuimi ai heck
or ticket from thu Six ( 'ompaiilcs or from
tlie miskionarlcs. 'I lib, Is done to protect
tlio creditors. Chinamen living In this
country, do not think the Six Companies
can sun iiiiiiuxraiimi or inu importation
of lewd women and improper characters,
nor iiuvo nicy inu power lo semi tlicn
hack to China.
Mathew HatehiT, chief ol police, leUI
lied at length as to tho ruinous cll'cct the
presence or mo t niucchas upon tin; tU
lug generation of boys, producing dls-
eaeo ami ilcalli,.niu iiriMiigboysundglrls
10 crime ny coiiiim-iiiioii in hnii-eiio d
and inanufaetorliig employments. Ho
cnaracicriei inn i iuneo population id-
intm wiinoui, exception, ns crlinlnnls,
iiuctcs iimi jit;ijiiri;ri.
A Wir Itelle.
Ifrom the Kiioxiillu (Unn) 'I'lUini'l,
j iuiiu iii inu i.iiu impirasautiiess was
seen ut thu depot yesterday. It win a
mess chest that had been perforated by
seven confederate bullets at I'lttsbui"
Landing at which time It belonged to Coh
.Maon. of thu twcnty.R'coud Ohio Infan
try. It was captured by the, rebels dur
ing thu llret day's lighting and rccaplur
ed the second day by (Jen, lluell's com
maud. It is now doing peaceful service
as a receptaclu lor clothing, and no more
will tho iiiomlain owner partake of his
appetizing hash Irom Its Inverted lid
when sharp-set from ajt went v-l'our hour's
turn at picket duty,
riljr or Cnlro,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price (?2,00) at the Hullkiin olllee.
I.lffr nml Itlond lllsi'iise
lly It. V, l'lrr-, l. Aullior ol the I'm
pk'st oiniiimi hen'oAlttllrnl .dls r.
A healthv liver secrets each day about
two and a half pounds ol bile, which con
talus a great amount ot waste material
taken from the blood. Wh:n thu liver
becomes toipld or congested, It tails to
eliminate IhN vat iiniount ot noxious
substance, which, therefore, remains to
poison the blood, ami be conveyed to
every part ot the system. hat inut be
tlieeondllloli of the blood when it is le
eelvlngiind retaining eaeli day, two mill
n hall pounds of polon? Nature tile to
work oil this poison through other chan
nels and organs tho kidneys.lungs.skln,
etc., but these organs become over-taxed
In performing this labor lu addition to
their natural functions, nnd cannot long
withstand the pressure, but become var
Tho brain, which Is tho great electrical
center of all vitality, Is unduly stimulat
ed by the unhealiy blood which paes
to it from tho heart, mid tails to perform
Its olllco healthily. Hence tho symptom
of bile poisoning, which are dullness,
headache, Incapacity to keep thu mind on
any subject, impairment of memory,
dlzv, sleepy, or ncrvou leellngs,
"loo'iny lorebodlngs, nnd Irritability of
temper. Tho blood Itself being diseased,
as It forms the sweat upon the surface ol
the skin, It Is so Irritating aud poisonous
that It piuducos discolored brown spots
pimples, blotches, and other eruption.,
sores. boll'. caihitncle.s ami
scrofulous tumors. The sloiuache,
bowels and others organs cannot
escape becoming allected. sootier or later,
a in I wo have, as the tesult, cnsllvouc,
plies, dropy , dyspepila, diarrhea. Other
symptoms are common, as bitter or bad
taste In the mouth, Internal heat, pulplta-
latlon, teasing cough, unsteady appetite,
choking scn-.itlon ill tluoat, bloating ol
stomach, pain in sides or about shoulders
or back, coldness of extremetles, etc.,
etc. Only :i tew of the above symptoms
lire likely" to bo present in uny ease at one
time, 'i he liver being tin; great depurat
ing, or blood-cleansing organ ol the sys
tem, set this great "housekeeper of our
health" at work, and the foul corruptions
which gender lu tho blood, and rot out,
as It were, the machinery ol lite, are
gradully expelled Iroiu the system.
For this purpose. Dr. Piercu'ii I'iolden
Medical Di-covery, with very small doses
dally o Dr. Pierce's Pleaant Purgative
Pellet", Is pre-eminently the articles
needed. They cure every kind of hu
mor from the worst reroftila to the com
mon pimple, blotch or eruption, (iieat
eating ulcers kindly heal under their
mighty curative fnllueiiee. Virulent
blood poisons that lurk In the system are
by them robbed of their tei rors, and by
their prcvrvlng anil somewhat pro
tracted ii-o tho most tainted system may
Ik; completely renovated and built up
anew. Knlarged gland', tumors and
.swellings, dwindle away in dlspalr under
thu lulluencu of thc-e great resolvents.
I'A INT AXIS OILS.
Blake & Go.
c?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVttll Paper, Window G1bb8, Win
clow Shades, Sic.
Alwsys on luml, Uie rxlfbnttnl lllnailii.tln
Corner Klovanth Strcot and TVaahlnir
" STRATTON & BIRD, " "
AQENT3 AMERICAN POWDEU CO
57 Ohio Lnveo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
S1'.Jr.(i;lA''a!"'nt1'" lvra towjniU'iiiiieiitswi
C. N. HUGHES,
Over Hstliun k VU'i.
rlrst-djus fiuparilci rejire
S AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City NstlonU Btnk Bulldlaif, up.italn.
Th Ohl.at KutabllHbed Airnncy In Sout i
orn Illlnola, roprumintlnir ovht
cor. ooo ooo
lliirlniKlnn. Iiiwii.huI recrUe (in- eniiy ,r Iohu
anil Nitiriuku I iiiimr, wllluliurl ol" l.nuU, ami
ow ioiiiiiI 1 1 1 1 r.ik'i, :i-:i-v,vm.
I lie limt rlimirn riir koihI nKlli'llltliriil hilnU mi
ll-H C'llHHT, ill Six I'KH I l.si lllll lenl.
Iiiiii't tun miv rinks, Inu k lo n niunliy tlmt li:u
Ikvii lirutcil lo Im-kooiI. Hr.nl jiiiirmfilnnH liv
lOklul entnl tu IiliI rmiifr II A- l i, I,
J. T. WARREN 8c CO., "
Importer and Jobbers of
Forolgn Fruits, Amorlonn ami English Pickles, Catsups, Sauces
Oiiimeil IJooilv. I'lsli, NeeiN, Uvrmiiii I'ritdiire. ;
Soui Stuffs, Comlimonts, Flavoring Extracts, etc., etc.,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attended to.
64 and 66 West Second Street, CINCINNATI
Till . tifllf ixfs a
iui i biiuTuuirnjcminKi
Inmi I tie lnrtiri nil Ui in
At lit iIhmiM kt uw uq
JUlt Iiui. .larrisi-i. 1t.
-.. , - t i.'t-- mi-nni-fiiim in inarriarr, in (r una
( i ,1 "!'; " pn'Miwatntonife itnlhutitvnillf
yitMltie mV iP Sn k irtt rtf tml. hnl, .( U i,n tkt
NT. I.ll'li. 1f
Tlllrt 9 TBI I.IIVTl.l.rR In Ihf Imtn. i. ru.-n.i
Cbronla Oitoaeiiuf I- tit
UijaiXK, A,l'nyioierlcl ViwcrMirri3
iSZnlJ ftiilniiiintiu.i tun. cwni.n.i'.iin2
klOlll' linrtMS. ou tl.o mr-trririi.r ,r.n,M.
lil Ili MTIH It.flrtiiilw.i.l .uh,
r ttiNo-. l.twlwn ..anUxl ,ni 'i.lrml. HmkA. IJOiiAj.,.
tur lrlo ..J.i.. Mt!iit.ouldUtr;.l.lIrlucuJ
klT. N-tiltin.!. r,i I'tUtru.
nilVATE ill r.IIIf.M I.-tlP TTH P. . .1:......
of h eriTAtaKattirall 1-ttNttKrt, Uic tliiiMl iw it
t)Nli,oltk-ttal n klrm, mil ttitt.i-fthii.lf urv,l.)ivr
Mr.VlCAV A DVIUE on fl. iujli-l ehroi.lf I),
' r .iiial Wc.klirat. CUrill. I.'tltrrr, Uuf4nrr.lh40bmDI
II ImI.ai. , nJ'Jlr ntod.r t.tl (ur 10 cli. All
Oirktokr nu . iKglGOpAceaitMlMrrtlhlngwoRrt
kihj u2 ulrrl, lent accurcly aiMLiCfl on re
f il or CO tti. A.Hnu, Or. Dull' Dipnaiy,
Nu.l2tl.0lhi!., St. Louis. Mo. ti:ok!i'.l M. '
MADDIAfB An1muif''1 ra,k
irjrrzii . ri.u.oBiu. ujn.i
(Tl 1 1 crUM MiaU frtm. lu bvt,
1HM dl-uri'l lo 11.
MVIMm MUi,rrorrrt.luctuni b
1.- 1!t hirvy ! t"f mfrtd rtiuiwn- !! KM t.RA.
,.Ut.Z tOd lliUJI ir1 f.hMkl l-fc-l tlwl ptnrTH lt it
lULUlot Infoniutloo, vhlfh t rn kflnl ktbm With
ibti on Iww lo pftrt Ui hrfttth, nml rvifrpkiWHl, ani
fivfti, ftJ.-J clhf Om frftinbl louUiillM tM gtl
ctilj lru SltriUrOuMla (it O voiliL. frirm Wifbu
I...LI uilftn rih.iitii.t. inflttluDM Iti hit la.i.k A Xlr.
Iir. A. U.OU.V, lis; utascwa t, tTlklu, IX
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 b&ls M. Orloans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
AM) OTIIKll I'ltOlin V.
IIH. TO mill ?-J V ii'Hiri--t. Ml. '.. II.
33 2VE PinB
Straw S Felt Works
JO.", S. fllliSlri'f I, M. l.onl. Mil.
I:vllic; ttu1lili:iic-iit Tltit- Wrrt. llf.CAl II-
IS'ii, DVI.M., AIll ltlM,. ami ull klmln nl
AlilliiirM' Work limit' ,iuiti)tl I'lnterlllrRL
fur Mile. UiuiKt'4 pul'l mi gooilJ srnl iu.
for I'l.-iltii. l-2il&wlrn
K. J. Ayrra. S, I). Afrm
AYRES & CO.1
A tut Rcncr.il
Sit fO Ohio l'i(i',
T 0 If.
BOX and BASKET CO
All Uii'lj hanl unit colt,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATII, &o.
Mill and Yard,
JJornor Thirty-Fourth Stroo, aud
St. Oharles Hotel,
PRICES REDUCED 70 SUIT THE TINES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Jloom and llonrd, flit Floor $2.00 Tor Day
Speolul Hilton by Wools or Month.
A llinlliil mimlier ot very ilrslrulilc imnlly
i iioiim ran I urt'iiri'il at unsuitable ruled lor Ilu
Hiimini r llllllllllS
'I lie hi. ( Imiles j in luritestiilnlbeat iiliiollit
iil Hun. i: in .Miiillierii IlllnuU, uii'l U lbi Irmliiitf
bull I In Ciiliu. NnlMlllialniiilliiK tho "llnl
Itiiek" riitiii'llmi In iirlei'4, Ilu- lublo m'III.ih
imul, be lilieiiilly miiilliil Mllb Hie very bi'M
iifeiei'itliliiKtluil I'iin lie Piinnt in iimrkt't .
Kluti l.irtfu hiuiiil iiiniii.iiiir l ominerclul tnir
i'tern. mi ground lloor, liii'iif i liorni'.
13"A II kiiwiui! nl'i;netn eon e nl lo Mini irom
tbe bolel wlllimil elmri'ii
.ii:wi:tv wii.fox ':.',
i -in. tr.
NOflTJl SIPi: OF EIGHTH STREE1
Bvtwesn Waibinitton and OommeroUl
(Or ifpUcei intllne, orer)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVI.ItV ATOVK 13
WIihuit I 'Nil nr ."iM
oi it M.w hii:s
Nofl. :i7, 08, 30, 47, 48 nnd 40
An' a SUrvelmu l oinliitialinn of
Ami nil Uic KrHiillal I'oliitMliat gu to llVr till
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
V.xrr Oirrrril lo Ilip liil,r.
Mmle Only by ll.c
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
N..1. CI.', ' II, hti. ll.UI- .V. M.ilni-1.,
NI. I.onlii, Mm.
C. W. HENDERSON,
Tho Pooplo's Homcdy.
Tho Universal PuinExt aotor.
Note: Ak for Pond' Extraot.
Tako no other.
"Hear for I will stx-nk of rxcelluit thlnxs.'
liiJurli'N Ut Manor fleasts,
Nlrnlim, .-inilii., Contu-
I'mrluro, Cuts, Ijr r
tiil or Inci.nl Wounds
Illmlliiir i.iiiikm, or
oi lllei il, nnd Html
inu liuun ur Teeth -
Voiullliitror llluuil and
1'IIik jlleulInK I'll..,
Illiudl'iln, MnEilllble )
Tnotlmehr, I. unirlif, Neu
ralgia, Hwciiea rarr.
1 lo s wcl 1 Inir or Honnti'S ,
Slliriit'H or yurcnejii,
i.umbiii'o. liinie Hack.
Uorr Tli rout or Oulimjr,
I Ik, AmIIiiiiis.
Hurt-or Inflamed Kycs o
I'lilnrrls, Ixicorrlira ,
Nro Nlppli'", Iiillmmd
I'ltliiful or loo
.Milk l.rir. ouiiian Uls-
I'i-ti and Tumors.
, limve.1 and HtruiiKury.
IIL.IIIUb. I ,
1 IIHIIIIHH nun r.A,. illa
tions or iniunis, or
Vurlcoho ln. Kn
till rr. old bores, Inter-
mil IIIci rations.
Hull, Cnruunrlrd, Tu
mors, Hot Nivelliniis.
CiiriiN nnd Ilnnlnns, dial-
ed or More Kut.
ClinllnirH.llamess or Had-
I'rlim or U'bllloiv, Froit-
iil l.imbs or Tarts.
MiMUllu lHI-. luaect
HtiiiKS, CliapiK-d Uanda.
IMI.MI'N KXXlt.Hrrisforiialcbyall rirnl
t.'lnk llriiKirlHlN,and recoinmeadeil by
all UrOKgUU, TliyMclans, and u-rj'-huily
who lui s-vcr used It.
I'aiiiplilrt contalniiiK UUInry aud Uses mail
ed free on aiiillctlou, If uot rouudutyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Sft-w York nml I.ouduu.
SHJSMF flIKO, IIIIIIOSN.
(PX Mutu ItllnoU
in un eu.ea or prhnie, ehronlc, and urjuryj al
Bia.ea In all Ibeir coiuplicatetl forms. ..l",w' !'
known Ibnl l)r..lnmei ban Hood ot bo
the. rofeslou for the ut 3 year. iPiiYu.
tiKriciiceiiri'all-linoitiint. Moiislssnl "
nt-ait, nlKlit loswa by dnnnis, ti riSt
lure, lost i.ianliood, can r.'ot'lSirntloi
Udlcs wimliiiK Ibo most Wl'f,",1 T ."k
m wrllu. I'leasiintliomo for u.'1'"w,,,.l.j
for tint million. MrrlK l"ito VliouW marry
you all alwi.t llit-ao d w a"aV'ir. .himS