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Tli OIHcUl 'H rihr Xntlntint Ilrni
Tin National Pemocrattc Cnnmilttec to
whom I delegated the power of llxlnt? the
tlQic and place of holding the Natlniiul Den-
ocratlc contention ol 187(5, lno appointed
Taenia)', the tsvetity-tavetith day of June
nest, uonn,ai the time, ntul irlcclod St.
l.outi tho plaeo of hold In j: mch ronvet.-
Each State will ho entitled to a represen
tation equal to ilauhle ttie liUtnhcr nl lt
ituatoi ami representative In the e"
grt'M of Uio t'liltevl State ; and the ten l
tory or Colorado. whoc adniti-loti In July
at arJtate will give It a ote In the next
electoral collego, Wnlanliif Hullo acini del
eifatei to tho convention.
Democratic, Conservative, and other i-ltl-sens
ol the United State, Irrespective of
p.il political .ta-ochtlimi, dclrllii,' to co
operate with the Democratic party In it"
(relent tflorta and object", niu cordially In
vited to join In sending delegates to the
national convention. Co-opcratlon U U
ired from all persons who would change
an administration that lia stilVurcd tho
puhlle arcdll to hecoino and remain inferior
toother and lei favored unions ; hat per
mitted commerce to lio taken away by for
cle powers; lint (tilled trade by tinJuK,
uuccpial ami pcrnUloiH lc,-l';itlun: ha
Imposed luminal taxation and rcndciod it
most luiruenaoiuo ; In- changed growing
proipcrlty Into widespread MiHorlm; and
want; hai Fgnandcrcil the puhlla hiuih-jh
recklesidj-atul tlellmlly, and i-!iiliiclejl.v
uicd tho power that should luvo been s ill
to pnnMi .crime, to protect It,
For the'e and other rt-aoiis I lie national
Democratic patty deem tho puhlh- ilanmr
Imminent, and earnestly doiruui of H-i-ur-Ing
to our country tho ble-lns-i ol' an
economical, puro and free .'ovt-rniiicut,
cordially Invito the co-opcratluii of tholr
fellow-dtlicn-lu the ellott to attain thl
ThomatA. Walker. .lbaini.
S.Il. Cocktlll, Ail,.iiiit-.
Frank McCappIn, California.
William li. Ilarnuin, Connecticut.
Charles llcatrn, Delaware.
Charles K. Dyke, rlorlda.
A. It. l.awlon, flcoril:i.
Cyrus JI McCormlck, Illinois
Thomas Howling, Indiana.
M. M. Ham, Iowa.
!aac K. Katnn. Kansas
Henry I). McHcnry, Kentucky.
Henry D. Option, l.utiUlna.
Ii. D. M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Marvhmd
William A. .Moorc.'JII:blsaii.
William Lochren, Minnc'ota.
.1. li.Snarpe, .MM-I-Iipl.
.Ino. fi. l'rlet, iliouri.
Geo. Ii. Miller, Nchrask.i.
Thos. II. Wllllam, Nevada.
M. V. II. Kdgcrly, New liampshlie.
Theo.l. Itaudoliih, New Jerev.
M. W. Hansom, North Carolina",
.lolin ('.Thompson, Ohio.
T amci K. Kcllev, Oregon.
James P. ltarr, l'ctinvlvaula.
NIcholM VanSlyck, IthoiJo Maud.
1 hos. Y. Slrooti. South Carolina.
William B Hate, Tennessee.
K. S. Stockdale. Text".
.lohn lllalr Hoge. Weal Virginia,
(leorso 11. Paul, Wisconsin.
Thomas M. l'atterton. Colorado.
AUOUSTUS SCHKM,, New York,
KiiKitniCK O. I'niNCK, MnacliiMitf,
Secretary National Democratic Com.
Wawii.noton, Fcbrturv "1, 1S7U.
llo.v. K. It. Wasijhvk.vu put n higher
valuation upon a possible nomination tor
the presidency than upon tho certainty
of a iiouitnatlou torgubcrnatorlal honors.
His lercnt letter ol declination Intimates
that much, ut all evcuU.
I)n. Hall tays that no nun should get
out ol bed as toon as he uwakens. This
has been construed to apply to the man
only. He should He In bed and plan and
theorize, or take another nap while his
wife fcet sup and gets breakfast ready.
The government Is substituting silver
chango lor fractional currency as lapldly
ns the exchange can bo made by large
forces of tellers, but the people ab
sorb the silver, hoard It and salt It down
as fast as it comes Into their hands.
Hence, every community in thu country
u liort of small change. In some local
ities business men have been compelled
to resort to Individual checks.
Tub Shnwncctown InnM eays that
rope county larmcrs get onh irom two
to lx cents per pound for their tobacco,
If the Pope" county fanners would real
ize from six to ten cent for their tohacc
they have only to ship to the Jiallard lo-
bacco warehouse, In Cairo. .So long as
tnej- Hell lo Lvansvlllu drummers they
will obtain little muro than two-thlrds
what their tobacco Is actually woilli. At
loast, that's the way wo put It up.
Tin: decent people of New Oilcans aio
much gratified oyer the pro.-peet ol an
early Inquiry Into tho daik myteilc4 and
tragic problems ol the iew Oilcans ens
torn house. 'I he only fear N that the In-
quciit will not bo inadu compri hen-he,
tuyere aud illeclual. If tlm imm damna
ble frauds have not been perorated
there ; If the houo Is not a ietoiing m-rl
ol damning cortuptlon, it Is time that
the public mind should be disabused of
such nu Impression.
Jor. P. UoDiin Is tlm t-dilor ol tho
lim-niinouan and a candidate lor a teal
in the lower bou cot the Illinois legis
tature. lie Is a clever ma.,; but It he
hlnVs he Is MtuB hlma-lt ahead any by
Ids coarse Olngs at Uio mother ot ,.Very
voter's vTify In the dUtrlct.and at tho
motlierol his own wllo, Im U undonht-
cuij misuikcu. ins uerUlon ol the
Miouier-iiwaw,- lin mile jots ntbtr
xpnse, i very dlitastelul evcry
nan, wormy uio name or man, who ru
members that hit tnolhcr-ln-law In hU
wlfo own mother, as dear to her as is
hit own mother to him, and entitled to
precisely the lame respect and coiisldera
uon in im own House as out ol II. We
auurt Mr. Is. that his "wit" in that be
half exfended.excttc neither laughter nor
mppiauie, wit remarks that aio anything
vut wnipunieutary to iiiui.
I Mi: I'AIHO. TEX4NAMI I'AUI'H'
lt.tlt.lt OA II.
TiioTotns I'aclllc ratlKiail I a projn t
ol ureal tialloiinl linportnuou; nml f
such Importance U It to Cairo Unit It
tlllllciilt lor tH to (.'oneclM! of i-livum-
stances under which wo would not favor
lls coiN ruction. Wo mut eonfes, how
ever, that we rind f.-alnn" In Mr. AlkluV
Mipk-tnetitury hill. Introduced Into the
lioiisoofnimirc" lft.t .miliary, tiiiit wv
could not, from n natloiml laniliolnt,
Jtr iitaiicf, In M'ctlon II II la proviiled
Hint lllly-year per wi.t. liomN shall Ikj
liieil liy Hie company, at the ralo ol
SIO.DOO pt-r tulle ; nml that tlm Kowrn-
meut shall Kiiaiaulec Ilio seinl-anniial
pavineiitofthi' hiti icst In TIiW U
iiothlnir iiiore or lc than .T-khiu tho
Hoveriiiiient to obllalo 1 1 r to pay the
sunt of one hundred thousand dollar. In
j;ohl for every inlln of the roail tint Is
conslriicleil. Twenty nlleruati: factious
ol land, per inllo In tlm tcrrlloriu, ami
ten Ui the .Sink"!, havhi" already heen do
Milled to tho 'J'. I', mid the Atlantic and
Pacific railroad, we submit that the np
plication lor a u-c cf the Kovernineiit'j
crrillt to the exlcnt of $100,000 per inlle,
hi addition, U, to say the least of It, a tk
inaiiil that no other railroad prolcct,
tloual or International, would warrant.
Tho bond to which wu have rclerrcil,
ami which would amount to a total of
over 0,(ioo,000, nio lo Ik- ileposikd with
(bo MTrctary cd the Ircasiiry, and am lo
bo drawn therefrom at the ralo of $.'!0,
IK)0 for every mile of road constructed
lhrou;;h the opin loiiutiy, mid 10,000
(or cvciy mile lliloiih inoiiulnlnoiis
eoiinlry; "and lor thlspuipoe one-half
the load is to he coiishlciul as located In
a mountalnou counlry, ami tlm other
hall in tho open country." The adroit
iiliraM.'oIoj'v iii-re employed zv tho
company iiiotiulaiu pike Jin- ne.iily
three hiiudicd miles of icad that will
icijuiro neilhcr ilcep cut nor tunnel or
any other cMiaordlnary onlliiy. To
provide a tlnMii); fund for tho payuicnl
ol tho hond, the company arcri to pay
Into tho trcii'iiiy one per cent, per nu
llum from the year IfcMi to 100), and two
per cent, per annum thercaltcr until
tho MiiUtiK ii laiKo inoiigh to pay olVthu
bolide. 'J hi-! clow process would not
provide a liiud Millicicnt to uiiet the
bonds, at maturity ; and no penalty or
forfeit lire N to be exacted should the coin,
pany disregard till ptovisloti of Ihe law
Hence, while a member of corij-iess
may be a warui-liicud of the piojcct. and
illpo:ed to extend to it all safe and
reasonable overnmeiital aid he iiiiht,
without subjecting hlniiclt to thciharfje
of lusoiijitteiicy, vote 'asrainst Mr. Al-
Tho road, ni wo have said, U one of
gloat national, even iuter-iiatloiial impor
tance ; ami until it U built and placed hi
operation the country ean never have a
reliable and ever open railway connect-
hi' the two oceans. Piluccly donations
of laud were made to aid in Its eoiistruc
tuin as eaily as ISM ; the' ;;roat need of
such a thoroughfare Is becoming more
and more inaiilfent every year : and wu
are not without hopei- that the forty
fourth congress may yet be able lo pio
vide for its speedy construction.
I'll Hi:r AM I'l.ATI'Oll II
The liieM'ating spt-clmen of humanity
who edits tliel'adiicah .Vcics.asseils with
telling cui)hasU, that .hidgo Uavld DavU
wun'tih; that he is not a Democrat, aud
tens of thousands o Hoiilberu IViuocrat.s
will vote against him.
We have, Irom much reading id Ihe
AViw, gathered a fair couce ptlou of tho
editor's poll ileal temper. Thu lollowiug
ticket and platform would suil him to a
T would enlist his iiiupialilled support :
l'or Pre-ldi-nt P.. I!. Vance, of North
l'or Vice Piesldciit-H. II. Hill, or
VVkii ticket and this platform, would
bo the AVn-5 man's delight :
Ittsolrtit, That the Slates made the
constitution, ami that the government has
no right that the states aio bound to to
spect. Jlesolcetl, That to bold it bond or live
north of .Mason and Dixon's line Is a
crime, meriting imprisonment for lite,
or death, or both.
lltsolvcd, That anybody who shall bo
convicted ot the crime ot being born In
XewKngland shall be stripped of his
rights ol clt!cu-hip.
J!tsotvcl, That National banks are
gnawing niton the vitals or tho country,
and that, theretore, all persons engaged
therein or engaged oUewheru in any
manner or engaged at all, shall bo sound
ly kicked, from ear to ear.
AYiofrrrf, 1 hat lire negroes are pe.-ti-
icjiuai nuisances, ami mat tiiereioio, tin
.Shakspeatlaii exclamation: lluug be.
the heavens In black," should bo trans
posed to read "I lung be the blacks in the
Jl'iotveil, That fho only paspoit to ol
lice or heaven should bo a whim skin.
, Itr-olrnl, Thaltliu war having forever
settled tlio questions of secession and
slavery, the "d-d niggers" should M
sold into bondage, anil tho New 1,'iigland
Stales kicked half ncros- the Atlantic
.v -'.W.TIiat CM iy eollce mill should
gilnd out gieeiilMck.-, and (bat oven
body should bo an liidu-trluu.-s giindisl.
llnolvtil, That ev.speaker .lames li.
Illaiue Is a i.wv.',
I'lulral, That that iiue patiiot and
excellent genlloiuaii, Hon. .Icllorson
Davis, be pensioned upon thu boiiutv ol
tho rultcil stales ; ami thai to liu'iiMi
hlui an ever-liroi'iit ineliiorv of Hio-'l-ooiI
old limes o'm! helium days, two linn
died niggers lie ronslgnnii (i slaveiy
under him : and that to insiitn him In
tlio posM-sslon ol his said chatties, thu
ugltlveMavo law lie revived, and tho
people uf the North be coiislituted Ids
Itrio'tnl. That luaiiiiiich a-, tlio lau
ol tin; land give to tho nogm man the
r g it ot sufiiagc, ho should cxercho that
right without molestation, provided some
member ot the patriotic Ku-Kliiv should
not led inoincd to punch a hole in his
With Mich a tl.-kct and such u plat
form the JVeics man could battle valiantly,
provided nobody j0i,icd him who had
ever volcd altepuhiiea,, ticket.
h tho repoi t is well founded that thu
aim and St. i.ouls narrow gauge is
about to pass Into tho control of the St
I.ouls and thieago railroad, we should
be much pleated to bo assured of tho
lael. The last mmi roml ft fiU
corporation, ami would at once place Ihe
narrow gauge upon a prosperous tooting,
by iiilng It ns a means to secure u .South-1
ernoiitbt. A change of true! s at. hast
St. I.ouls would enable trams lo pass
from Chicago and the territory west of
the Mls1slppl directly to Cairo, and by
arrangements hero, to the leading cities
of the South without breaking ft eight
bulk or necessitating u change ol passon-
gcroars. The chief obocl ol the St. !.,
T. and Alton road hi securing con
trol ot the Narrow Gauge, would be to
provide a Southern connection, and the
achievement id' such an cud by such a
company would add very much to Cai
ro's Importance as a railroad center, nml
very considerably tolls business Inteiests.
The Narrow Gauge U on "Its last legs,"
and lt continued operation can scarcely
bo ex peeled unless Ihe piopo-til change,
or one of ii similar nature, Is soon ef-
Wti.n Htl.l." ol the plain", by which
Is jucant ''IluKalo Hill." we picsutiio, has
married Mrs. Lake, widow of the eoaiso
boor. Hill Lake, dceoa'vd, and the (IP
voroetl wile ol old Dan lllco. Mrs.
Wild Hill Is a lady well advanced hi
Tears; hut Is po'-es'td ot rctuiiikable
physical vigor and great bu$lue" tact.
For .some time alter the killing of Lake
she continued In the 'how hu-lncss'
manaL'liiL' her "grand aggregation the
greatest circus on earth," unite as suc
cessfully as her husband had done,
Thhty years ago Lake was tin; mo?t
popular Shakesperiaii clown In the bun
ness. UN tonincr soured, However, as
he grew older, and when the announce
ment was made that he had been shot
down am! killed under his own canvass,
hi an Interior town of MUsourl. there
were iiiiiclentiiig people, even in Cairo,
wlio declared that they were "glad ol It."
Ii nothing mote damaging can be urg
cil against Mr. Hart .el I than that he
obeyed a summons that called hlin fiom
Wa-hlngton to the. bedside of his wlfeV
mother who was believed to Ikj dying, be
will have ocea-ion to be proud of his rec
ord. The very man whom the ilepnbll-
cau-s want to put upon the track agahitt
Mr. Hartell, left his -cat'lu congress.
returned to Illinois and devoted several
weeks to the work ol pipe-laying for hl
own ic-eleclloii. No man ever -cut to
congress from Southern IlliuoN, has
been inoie con-tantly hi hi' scat than Mr.
Hart.ell ur uioic attentive to thu want
or hi-constituents. Thu attempt to rid
icule him lor exhibiting u decent ic-pcet
for Ids wife's- mother. Is exciting in the
breats of men ol good breeding, a lecllng
of abhoiience for tho-owhoinakult. He
did right; hu obeyed and impulse that
does him honor, aud good men commend
I r ha been reduced almost to u cer-
talny that Col. Watkln- will receive the
Democratic nomination, iu the lllty-tltst
representative district, for a seat iu the
lower house of the legl-lature. If the
convention of that district doe- not act
fooli-hly nml put two Democratic eaudi.
dates iu the Held, the lll'ly-lir.-l ilNtrict
will be Insured a representative w ho will
at once take rank among the ablest and
most Inllueiitial members of the next
general assembly. There will bo neither
good sense nor discretion iu luipeiilliug
Wntklns' election, by the nomination of
a second Democratic candidate.
Si.vi'i: the house of congress has cut
down tlio appropriation for maintaining
lights along the Ohio and Ml-slsslppl
rivers from the shamefully extravagant
sum ol $lo0,000 to fl.".,000, we are ap
prehensive that there must bo a leturn to
the Clements' dog system, l.otul bark
ing dogs btatloued at all the dangerous
points would not prove ipiltu as safe
guides as the lights, yet II tho govern
ment would obtain sheep-killlng, sell-
supporting dogs tliey would bo vastly
The MiiprciiK- Court limn I'etlrii'l he
IiiiM'ii-liiiniit Trlnl Mi-. .tlui-liiu'N
lli-itltli -Humors. Kir.
W.ism.MiTci.v, .May 7. The supremo
court will adioiiru from lo-iiinrrovv till
the October term. To-moirow will be
wholly occupied Iu rendering decisions.
Among tho mo-t Important suits pend
ing, and on which a decision Is ex
pected by some, are the well-known
Granger oaos, which Involve the consti
tutional right ol certain States lo regu
late the rates of freight and
passengers on lailroads char
tered by said Slates ; but it is
believed that tho-e ca-es have been de
ferred till tlm next term, though there
are tho-o who profess thu knowledge that
they will bo tendered to-morrow, and
wil bu advcisu to thu railroads.
nit: iii:aim.ia. t:.Mi'i;min.
i. in oeior i 'diii i -euro ami suite nr
Dom Pedro ami suite
nveil liereipiletly tliis morning, and oc
cupied their reset veil unite of room. In the
.lohnson mansion attached to the Arling
ton iioici. .vner a nasty ineni, thu empe
ror attended 1 1 o'clock ma-s al St. Math-
uws, within a block ol thu hole .and then
li-ecled tho llrallllan Minister, who
olleied Ills services as an escoit tliroii-'li
the city .
nil vi:u ix i in: iiii:.si in,
The amount of sliver hi tho tiea-urv
department, at the time of the passage
ol the specie resumption act, which, ac
cording toiecenl directions ul the secre
tary ol tho ticasitry, will be n-cd la or
dinary iTveriinienl disbursement, was
about two and a half millions.
'tin: i.Mi-i:.L'ii.wi:xT iki.m..
Thuargutiieiils on tliuijiientlon ol Juris
diction iu the llclkuap iiiipoachincnl liial
will bu brought to a clo'o to-morrow.
His lint probable that a decision will bu
mado until alter the return of congress
from Philadelphia. Thu senato will meet
al II o'clock lo-iiionow, ami thu entire
day will bo consumed by .Mr. Knott nml
COM IIAfl ION Of 1IAXK Mil I.S,
Tho contraction of National Dank notes
hi April was $:i,10,tXX), making tho sum
total lor the past ten months Si'tV'iUO.OSO.
Adding thu contraction In legal tenders
tor the. same period. 1! shows ait actual
contraction Iu tho circulating medium tor
tho ten months of nearly 5-:i5,OOO,UO0.
Gov. Morton was able to appear In his
scat In thu senatuyesterdav. Ills health,
however, is in n piccaiioiis condition, al-
Ihonuh his filends m? very unwilling to
It is estimated that the cikIoiiis and In
tel mil revenue receipts for the lenialnlng
two months of the Hscal year will rail
short ol Secretary llrltow's estimate
nbout $1 1,000.000.
Tho .S' ol' last evening, "' that ji
pardon hi the Cases of Aw-rv. .Maguhe
and .Mclvco Is" regarded a piobable.
(hough not decided upon.
riti: cKN-riA'.viAi m-d-Holh
holies of congress will adjourn
on Tuesday until Frhlav , to atleml the
opening ceremonies of (lie Centennial on
tho KUli iii'l. The pre-idi ut, who will de
liver a hi ief address, ami members of the
cabinet will nlo be present. a well ns
roprc-eiitatlve from all tin- foielgu lega
tions. The llrlti-li legation will attend
In full, aud given complimentary dinner
on Wednesday night to the Centennial
commission. The attendance Irom
Washington, outlde of oltMal quarters,
proinhes to be so largo as to noces-llato
the running ol special train4 on Tuesday.
NreucH In Ihe Vlelullv l tlna.l-i--c
City I'ouilcr Uatiiiloi-.
Ni w Voiik, May 7. Over 10,000 -people
yisltcd the scene ol the explosion In
Jersoy City to-day. The ab-ence of dan
gerous Injury to any person is something
womlerlul, when the riddled le-ldeiices
hi the neighborhood arc si-cii. The win
dows ol nil the house- In 'lie neighbor
hood ol the Heights were shattered. In
several Instances bricks pierced through
wooden structure.-, teaiing dow u ceilings,
breaking window sashes', and demolish-Ingdoor-pol.
Doors were blown oirtbeir
hinges, tree- uprooted, and the whole
mass of cat lb In front of the
powder maga.i a- ehl-oled cleanly
out by the lorco of the ex
plosion. All street lamps and light-In
houses as far as the New- York' lorries
wcie instantly put out, ami but for clear
moonlight the whole of .lertoy City and
llobokeit would have been enveloped hi
complete (l.-iii.iic-s. A number of
hollos aro o shattered they will have to
In this city and lliooklyu thu report
was so loud that everybody supposed an
explosion had occurred hi their immedi
ate vicinity. Thu police failed to trace
anything that leads to the supposition
that (lie strikers wcie the perpetrators of
the deed. Opinion I- becoming general
that sponlaneou- cotubu-tlon was the
cau-c. No concct estimate ol Io ha
.lt rtillil IIIimiiI IHhi-hscs,
l y li. V. 1'iirie, M. 1)., Author ol ihe lo
ple's lommuii -cii-c.Mi-ilical A'IMtir.
A healthy liver secrets each day about
two and a hall pounds ol bile, which con-
talus a "teal amount ot waste material
taken Irom the blood. WIijii tho liver
becomes torpid or congested, II lulls to
eliminate till- va-t amount ol noxious
siib-tauce. which, therefore, remains to
poison the blood, anil be conveyed to
every part ol the system. What must be
the condition of the blood when It Is lc
celvlutr and ictalniug each day, two and
a halt pounds of poison'; Nature tries to
woik oil this poison through other chait
acts ami organs thu kidneys, luugs,klii.
etc., but the-.u organs become over-taxed
In performing tills labor In addition to
their natural functions, nml cannot long
withstand thu pressure, but become var
The brain, which is thu great electrical
center ofall vitality, is unduly stimulat
ed by the unlicaity blood which passes
to it Irom me Heart, ami tans lo periorm
Its ollico healthily. Hence thu symptom
ot one poisoning, which are tiuiiui
headache. Incapacity to keep the mind on
any subject, impairment of incmorv
di..y, sleepy, or nervous icellngs
gloomy foicbodlngs, and irritability ol
temper. Tho blood Itself being dl-ea-ed
as it tonus the sweat upon the siirlaeo ol
tho skin, it is so hiitaliugaud poi-ouous
that It pioilucct itiseoiored mown spots),
pimples, iiioiciies, ami oilier eruptions,
sores, bolls. carbuncles and
scrofulous tumors. The stomaeho,
bowels and others organs cannot
escape becoming- aH'ccled. sooner or later,
and we have, as the re-ult, co-tivoiie-s.
piles, drop'y. dyspepsia, dlaiihoa. Other
symptoms aio common, a bitter or bail
ta-tcln the mouth, internal heat, palpita
tatlon, teasing cough, unsteady appetite,
choking scn-atiou Iu liuoal, bloating ot
stomach, pain Iu sides or about shoulder1;
ur back, coldness of extleiiietle.s, etc.,
etc. Only a lew of Ihe above symptoms
are likely to bo pre-ettt hi any ca-eat one
time. The liver being the great depuiat
Ing, or ldood-tieaiisiug organ ol the sys
tem, set Ibis great "lioil-ekeeper of our
health" at work, and Ihe foul corruptions
which gender hi tho blood, and rot out,
as It were, the machinery ot lite, ate
gtadully expelled Irom Ihe system,
l'or this pitrpo-e, Dr. Pierce's Golden
.Medical Discovery, with very small do-es
daily ol Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative
Pellets, s pre-eminently the articles
needed. They cure every kind of hu
mor from the worst scrolula to thu com
mon pimple, blotch or eruption. Gicat
eating ulcers kindly heal under their
mighty curative liillucnco. Virulent
blood poUons that lurk' In the system nro
by them robbed of their tot rors, and by
their preserving and somewhat pro
tracted iiu the most tainted systems may
bu completely renovated aud built up
anew. Knlarged gland, tumors and
swellings, dwindle away in dlspalr under
the inlluenci! of these great resolvents.
llai-Kiilim Tor I Ills Wi cK.
I w ill sell the lollowiug guod. for one
half their actual value. I have Just pur
chased aud received n largo assortment ol
seasonable goods at n bankrupt sale, ami
to have them go oil' rapidly I will sell
them lor less than manufacturer's prices.
The stock consists ol Ihe following de
sirable goods :
Ladles' Slippers and Newport Ties:
Ladles' rjldu Lace Kid Gullet's;
Ladles' Side Lace Cloth Gaiters;
Men's. Calf Congress and llroadway
A Full Assoiiincnt ol Dress Goods:
New Styles Calico;
and a large as-oitmcnt of llainbiiig Kilg
Men's and Ho) 'b Clothing, A-tonish-ingly
Mens' While ami Colored Shlrls.
I lespcctfully invito Iho public to comu
ami examine for thcin-clvcs, as It Is Im
possible to describe them. Come early
If you want bargains, us thoy will go oil'
lively. D.tx. Uaiidian,
"or. Sixth and Couiiniucrelal avenue.
NORTH SIDK OF F.HUITH XTRUE1
BatwcBU Waahlnittoii and Ooratnrrchil
M tin- IIi'i.u.iin nilkv Cidiu, llhiKU-i,
A Nit. I l.iiiuiilry,
II Is now conceded thai Mr. Coleman
the laundress, No, li! l-'oiiilh street, be
tween Washington and Commvicial ave
mux, has one of the host conducted laun
dry establishments iu tho .ity,uud land
lords ol hotels and boarding houses will
llnd It to their advantage In call upon
her. Ilor piicos aro a follows;: Hotel
and boardiiig-houso wa-hlug cents
per don-n, l'or piece w ork pi icert are a'
follows: Single shirt and collar, trie; per
doon, Mto; socl.s, ; two collars, fo;
two haudkerehlefs, oo; vests, 'JOo; and
all gciitlcmeii')i wear, MV. per doon.
Ladies plain calico dresso. li-V; calico
drosses with extra trimmings, '.Of, white
diesses-, SI i!.ie ; ladies' iindorwaro, line
illid coarse, $ I (Kl per do.eii. l-'JUf.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.
:onvkva:;ckes. notaries public
Land Anentn of tho Iltlnola Central iind
liuruiiKion ana uuincy ii. li.
3Jort. 1X13 3TT
-Itiislness House lately occupied by
Wood Ulttcuhoii-o Co., on Levee be
low 1 lib street. Ileal very reasonable.
-Dwelling house, 7 looms; 10 lots
enclosed, In good order, on Twenty-
fourth and Walnut street. Kent low to
a good tenant.
-Two tenements on west side of (. out-
menial avenue near l-'lfth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling, llent for each, $S
Dwelling hou-e, o rooms, on 1 ifth
trcct near Walnut, in good repair. Ilent
Sl'J.oO per month.
Cottage, 'J rooms ami kitchen,
1'weiitv-llrst strict, near Sycamore
north side. Kent $", per month.
Two small hou-es, northwest corner
riftcciith and Popular. Kent low.
Ilascincnt of brick building, west .-hie
or Washington avenue near I'lghlcenth
-trtet, live rooms in good condltlonl
-Ilullding on cast -ido ol' Coiuincreia
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
-I'lUilding on west side of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllcos and rooin lu vari
ous lacations. Keiits low.
Lot and lands for sale or lease.
.Inns ( '. IIahmax iV Co.,
Kcal Katato Agents, corner Sixth and
Levee street-, II-LVtf
lly il' Ciilro,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($J.."0) at the Ilri.txriN olllee.
nr A -fcTm-ni-k WV ihlie In rstnlillli In
" ''-''L-iiiro n Crm-rat AKi-ncy for
tlii-salcof h il.iilu urtli-l'- hi ll-iri cry line.
.Mi tncTS'llr man with Utile capital limy luaVu
Sj,isv to ? - anniiitiiy. r or luriu nuns ui
ilttss the 1,111.1. NWIUII ll.Wt T.( H'ltlM.
( n.,;:t l!(a-l slrn-t .s v I 'J-at
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No, 100 Conmicroiul Avonuc,
Advance!, iii.nlo (iii rnn-k-iinitnt-. Al
Urai-t-i ol Titles' made, ( 'cine) ttiiet-s; and
l iilli'i lliiiH utlctiUi-il lo.
ATTUNTHlN TO lil SINK.-.-! AM
i 'i : ( i.i i t i : i :.m rri'A l i
Auction Kilos I'.tery Saturday .Mniniur
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlioli-sah- anil Hitall iK-ali-m in
Foreign and DoxnoRlio
WIXI S AI.fi KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovoe,
MESSllP. SMYTH A CO. havu vonatantly
a lurKi- Block cif tlio Iwnt cikkIh hi II. u nmr
Let, and Klvu i-i-pii-lal attriitlou tollie nhuluuilv
rnnuli of tlm hiithiiriii.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
IJIKSK8T tnd CHKAPK8T WA00N MAN
MANUFACTORY, OHIO LEVEE
HIXTIT STREET, Dotwoon oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
MmiufucturonhlH own Hormi Shomiuiul
van Anaui'o Uocil Work,
, PATRONAGE SOLICITED
J. T. WARREN 8c CO.,
Importers, ami .lubbers of
Fornirjn Fruits, Amoricart mul English Pickles, Catsups, Sauces
Ciiinii-il I1imiiI, I'lsli, Ni-i-iIm. IJurliiiiu rinllii e, '
Snup StufTs, Cnnilimo.nts, Flavnrintj Extracts, etc., otc,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attontlod to.
(id- and GG West Second Street, CINCINNATI.
npi i mi--A at i.w
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groccrios
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses, ,
1,500 bbls Whito Roflnod Sugar, ;
1,000 bbls Yollow Roflnod Sugar, j
500 bbls Louisiana Rico, !
100 Tierces Carolinr Rico,
500 h'fehs Groen and Bl'k Tea.
and ot liKii pitnin 1 1.
:n mul T'J Vine sin-el
MT. CARBON(Bi(j Muil.ly) I
Orders for Conl by tho car-load,
Son, or in liORshoudH, l'or flhipmont,
oroiuptlv nttonded to.
toyTo lurRO consumorn and nil
oittnufucturorH, wo uro proparcd
io tnipply tiny qiiuntity, by tho
month or your, nt uniform niton.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
15-llnlliiUy Itru 'nciMcr, Nu 7(1 lllili l.i wi-.
t J-lliiiriijy Urn ' wlmil lm.it
E7-.M KK'J'l'tlnn Mills, r
Jj-A I till- timl lllllllli, i"lt nt Tlilltr-KlKlit
U-I-ont Onicc llrawt r
t'o.M.iiisMiin .ii i;iioi..viM.
K .1. Ay rid. Si li. Ayna
AYRES ds CO.'
Sn M) llhln lw,
7- i; tr.
BOX and BASKET CO
All klnila hunt mut ion,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sia.
Mill anil Yard,
Jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
St. Oharles Hotel,
PRICES P.SDUCED 79 SUIT THE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 por Day.
Room and Board, 3il Floor J 2 .00 Por Duy
Spoolal Unto by WocU or Month.
A lhiillnl iiiiinhi-r ol' vi-ry ili-hlrulilii lninlly
rouiiia uan ho mciiiiiI ntii-j-oiiiililv mli- lorlliu
.-Mllllllll'l- im mt 1 Irt
'I he .--t. ijlinrlui Is llii- l.irci-8tiiinllH-t iiiolnl
illlouu hi .-oiitliciii Illinois, iiii-l H tliu hwliiik'
hull I In Cairo. Nulultlntiinilliik' tlio Mint
Hoi k" niliitlioii In nriri-i. tin- lulilu will, in
tiaitul, Iw lllit-mlly aiuiplli-il with HuMery ln-at
ol'i-n nllilliKtliiit will he loilii'l 111 liiurki't.
I'lnc luriiu niiniile roonta for i-oiniiii-ri'liil truv
l....j .in m.iiiiiiI tWiiii-. i'i .-r-i,r i-lim irt.
iri-All lMKKiii:uul'Kiiiia i-(iiiM-)i-il to iinillniui
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. O. XXnolM,
BINDER AND BLANK HOOK
lluUotln Bulldlnir. Cor. TwBlfth Btroot
0Coutity Kinl ItullroiidWoik n Bi't thilly
.i;i.. n. & m mla
I'ho rcoplo'n Romody.
Tho Universal Fain Ext aotor.
Ak for Poml'
Taku no otui
'Ilrnr- fur I will aiH-akaf nccllcnt tlilnif.
Injiirh-N tn Mnu or l) nH,
I fall, llrulnn.
MruliiN, .-,ralii9, Contu
' elunl, lilnliicutioiii.
I'riK-liirr. tuM, Iwirvra-
liil or lncl!i-l U'min-I-.
Illrcillnir f.tiui;, or
Xiim- lllri-il, ami lll-l-
I11K Ullim or 'I Will.
I'lUn - lllwlhiif l'lh,
I llllh'l l'lli-, UllialllMf )
. I iiiiIIiih'Ik-.I jirm lir..Siil-
ntlK'la, hHiltt-l Kun
: lltl-lllllil loin. Ittaiuiin
I tic iHt-llini; orSon-noi.
NIIIIiii-h nr -ori-U(iii,
l.unilnvu. Ijiiiii- Hack
Sori- 'lliroitt urUuhiir,
1 lli, AMliuin.
Isurt-or Intlamul Kvra
' lUitrrlii-u, nym-nurjr.
iSn Mit'l -, Inllulii.J
ll'iiliirnl or loo l'rijfuxi
MIIU l.-c, utarUn 1)1.-
Itiiliiry I innplnl
HFMFnV t.nielt,J Straturury
t ('liiill nit ami Kioi
tlona t Inrunta, or
.Viirlriiat- Vein, Kn-
I larl or Intlatnnt Vrlnt
il'lrt-ro. MM horra, InU-r-
. nal rlrrratlnna.
" nulla, (.nrliuncli. Til-
rumnniriT mora, Mot ft willing..
INTERNAL rii uml llunlom, (.hat
nl or Sore Ytrt.
..nr, ll'liullinct.llartiwaor H.t-
USE. ill" ''all..
IiIiiii or Whitlow-, fruit-
nl l.lmba or Part-.
.1!iiiill Ultra, lu.ict
i !-tlUK, L'lid't-1 lli.li.l(.
1II. ll'S i:. I It A IT la lur al- liy all llral
4'Iiish lirtiKiclolx. n-l niliiiiir.itnt liy
Hit lirunlxt'. I'li)nriii., hii1 I'li-rj.
iih! wliulnia .-r uiit It.
I'i,liilil,-t contaliiln lll.Uiry unit t.'tra mall
..I fin- oiiH-iltculloii, If not r.iuii-l atyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
,Vi- Ynrh nml I.iiikIiiii.
lio vuti vr.nl HuOl.1,
l.'unla. I'rlnta. I'tioto
iirrajti ' U'liy thin iln jou tiaite inuuy on
KHimllt-r- fnti:i'l unil lu tlx- nM nli.il.li-liniiiH-or
llimtir A lo. KalaLlli-litil In I""
Wf niiiily all iMHika, hU gitli uml at luut
rali-a. -t-ii.l lorftotni of tlii-.i-, Tiunk full of
run, IV; How to uln n .Sn,tli,-art, .'fi- l
i.olih'ii Mu,j I'urtiiiiu IVllir, tn,-: Hook of
ji- I-tti-ra, ,W lSoxtnit Maili- liy, IV
Mnrmn't .Maaonry l.o"l, I '" 1 I . Illn-lral"l,
'tv, j How to write aliort lianM, V, t How to
ammr tin r onlntf I'arty, -'V laiiriiiic nrn-.i-
i::iy, now liainoiira win, -'-c i i.ri yinr
i aril,('iiirtliii unla, I orluin-'li llliik' i anla.
.Miiklntr unl- I klmla-i-ach In ca-r nut)
-i--. Ciinhlttf I'm ki t llnvle. 'Jfi I tiratrr
ll.M-a Ulii-r Wrltet, t"ei 'tonltor ol l-'rii-
iiua-niiry, now to win mm now m tiihi.
:vv i i in- uiwi on.oii-, i't liviid- tiiiMt- to
Lmuty, Jiv, Ai- , Ac , Ai-. ItMiifinhcr any or
:il of In-iiI.om-Hill U-unl to on r-al,f on
miiMi-r-llc-. Wi- illix,tt nml lilint lip for
rlKllllllll N-jrte l.lik. l Ill'ikl- It u atmly
Wv Hunt your niitroiintri. nJ lor our clixii-
l.ir.. II will iiuyyoii toilcul Willi in Mo mil
n--k iiiom-y nilli -ulinllin liiilfiii-I at onru to
tin-"old iilUhlr'," llniitf-r .1 ., IliiiKilati-,
l.iiv il i uorili ol minala for Jl. liy not iln It.
'1 l,t- (ri-ut N K. Hollar !-.-ie, ,.:! Ilroomllelil atm-t.
llimlou, la llrioly '-laiiilliHi, mul inr jmr-iui
old nsilly iilualih- K'-o-la worth il 'otiiltii
ut mlm-l prli-i- ofonly one Holliir Wouii in
ilorMit an-1 rii-oiniui-ndi-'l hy tin- hcut iaK-ri
and the leadlnit uu-rcluinti. Our mil- la no lion-onilili-
liiifliiraa -nlrpil-, Hi- da ai-11 KoiaUut
Ii-iIIiiiii otlurili-iili ra. lu tln tlinia It .aya
to ante iiiom-y. Wn -ll Jeui-lry, allti-r mid
plutisl waiv, Kiiiatwitti. riithry. dry mid fiiiu-y
rii-rythiiiir. Inchi-llnir 5,i"i i-li-pint liooka,
which ntall at one dollar ami tlilyri-nta to lour
dolliir-i, uml all l'r Jnt one dollar. 'Ilicri-laiio
tti-Li-t, orilcr Blip, or oiiu-r iriru-r urn' ini-.ir
aeriirwiuiiy artii-li- on tlicliat. Vo ti II, Ut
yiu u irooiU l.i-iori- paying. 0ir t,VM nil-toiiaalli--t
Hie popularily ol our irn-at aide. We
i-annot ciiniiny lilin liiri-orourhiiiilneaa. Our
ll-a ofitooda would llll Hit rutin- mr f-i-nd
ut oiu-e l'or iilrniUrs mid iicoiiimeiiilullona froiu
our iwlroua. Vnu can dive oiah. Will you do
Ity Ifao, lutdn-aa at one II. OUMISTU.V A.
!,()., N. K. HOI.I.AKSAJ.1:, aillroouilleldt.,
Uo.lllll. .Muss- (I.f.')-!I.1B-Wlll
Linn tcri d liy Hu
Slalo or Illinois
l'or Hie cxprraii
iiiiiili iisiaot' prhali', i lironic, and urinary ill-M-aea
lu all llieh-fuinplliatiil l'iV-.. " U wel
known Unit Dr.. lanu-a liaa stood ut tin-ht-ad o
the proleaalon for llu-pnt ) yeara. Aire ami
CMi'-rU'lirt-nieall-lliiporliillt. Hi-llilllHl Wi-nK-iu!s,
nlalil loart-a hy drtaliji. pimples on tin;
face, lint manhood, ran imalllYcly hi; cilue.
l.aih-a waiilhiK Iln- moat delicate attention, n l
or w rile, fhasiint homo for, lullenta. A hook
for tin, iiillllon. Marriage thilde, wlilcti . lelU
joii all aliouttluai-dlai-aaca who Bhoulit raartjr
"Wliv not-l lints to pay poataite. Ur. Iiinii-a
has::n rooina mul parlor You teu no 0110 lint
Hie iloeior, iniiiii noma, y 11,111. o; ' i------
daya, in to I'.'. All liuslm-sa strictly emill.h-n-i,.t
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Solwnon WaahUiston utrl OoraiaflrcUl
Avoliur.y, udjoinlnif Hunny'a.
Ki:HI'S for talc tlio Uat llw f, I'ork , Mutton
Veal, IjiiiiIi. Hausiigo, A.. and la pro
prtiail t nryii'ainlllN4 In an awwUhlii niannur
Cllla Tlu Heat and Clieulieat,
jflDllUg At lliu DUU.iniN Olllee. Calin, HI,