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Brfttllnt MMtrr on Kr fit
TheMrlnl l on .Unllonnl llr-in.
Tin National Democratic Committee, to
urbom li tlclr(nt tbo lior.'vr of tKiiij llio
time nJ place of holding the National Dem
ocratic jonventlon nt tRTfl, 1i.io nnptilulcd
Tueil.iy, the t.vanty-sevcntti day of .time
next, mmti.M tlia time, ami tclerted St.
Louis m th jilnoc of lioliUni null convcl.
Hon. KndiStitc will bo entitled to a renrr-en-tittoncinialtodiiiulo
t'le inm'jcr of Its
senator mid representative In the eon
greisof the I'nltcd States; and the teril.
toryof Colorado, hIiojc adinlj-lon In .Inly
as n State u III give It ft vlo la the next
electoral collega, Ii alio hulled to Mini del
egate to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other citi
zens of the Culled Stale, Irrespective of
past polltlctl iis-aclitlo-.n, iledrln to co
operate with tbc Democratic party In lis
present cflorto and object, mc cordially In
vited tojoln Id ending delegates to the
national convention. Co-operation is de
sired from all persons vvlu would change
an .vliulrddr.ttlon that ln Mlll'i-rcd the
puhlls uredlt to become arid remain Inferior
to other and les i favored unions ; haa per
mitted commerce In he taken away by for-olfc-c
power i li.ii Mlrtod trade by tinJuM,
unequal and pernicious legislation; has
Imposed umuual taxation and rendered It
most buru;nomo ; ha chinked growing
prosperity Into widespread mill'erint; and
want; his squandered the publla moncya
recklooly atd detUutly, and liaiiielo!!
used the power ihit should have been vllt
to punish crime, to protect It.
Kor these aiid other reasons 1 lie national
Democratic patty deem the public; duturcr
Imminent, and earnestly desirous of n-riir-ins
o"r country the blpttiK of an
economical, pure and free government,
cordially Invite the co-oper.itlon of their
fellow-cltlzensln (he tflort t-1 attain till"
Thomas A. Walker. Alabama.
H. K.Uockrill, Arkana.
Frank McCappln, California.
William U. Varnum, Connecticut.
Charles lleaiten, Delaware.
Charles E. Dyke, r lorlda.
A. R. Lawton, Georgia.
CyruiH McCoriulck, Illinois.
Thomai Dowllog, Indiana.
M. M. Ham, town.
Isaac K. Eaton. Kana.
Henry D. McHenry, KeUutky.
Henry D. OffJen. I.oultliia.
I. . D. .M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland
William A. Moore. Michigan.
.1. H. Sharp, Mlnhalpnl.
.Ino. G. 1'rtent, Mlxsouri.
Goo. L. Miller, Nebraska.
Thou. II. Wllllami, Nevada.
M. v-ii JEslgcrly, Now Hampshire.
Tbeo. P. Jtandofjib, Now Jersey. '
M. W. Uantom, North Carolina.
John O. Thompson, Ohio.
.1 ames K. Kelley, Oregon.
James P. Harr, PennTvniiU
Nicholas VanSlyek, lthode Maud.
TAX.' V. 8lmon, South Carolina.
William li. Bate, Tennessee.
F.8. Stockdalc. Tcxu.
B. B.Bmallcy, Vermont.
John Ulalr llogo. West Virginia.
Oeorire II. Paul. Wisconsin
Thomai M. Patterson. Colorado.
AUfiUSTUS SCHKLi,, Now York,
FRKDIMCK O. I'lilNCK, Massaehlisclt","1''
Secretary National Democratic Com.
AsmvOTON. February 22. 1870.
Tiik jHJOplc ofl'aduKiU sct-m to tic con
stantly engaged in some sort of an flec
tion contest. City elections appear to
come around as often as twice a month ;
and somebody Is always runnlns lor con
gress. "I'm: Democratic maioilty In Alex,
under county, uext November, will not
fall under one hundred votes. It you
have any Radical friends in Cairo who
think differently, plcao tell them lo
'conic and sec inc.' " Thus faith a friend
who lives in the country.
Tin: vote of Alexander county at tlm
November election in isr.s, stood, lor
.Seymour, 1,095; for Giant, CM. For
State treasurer In 1S70, Kldgely, Dein.,
l25; Hates, ItV.i., For congress-
nian-nt-largc hi 1871, lU-vcrldge, Hep.,
43J; Tor Hayes, Dctn., 7(W. We publish
these figures, which arc from an olllelal
publication. In answer to a letter of In
quiry from a "subscriber."
Oi.D Henry A. Wise says the nomina
tion of Horaco Greeley, In 1872, was a
gross blunder that drove Virginia tu cast
her vote for Grant. "I could not and
did not vote lor Greeley," continues the
cross-jrralned old man; "but If the
thumb-screw hail tori urvd me to vote at
all, I declare, by all the gods at once, I
should have voted for Grant," which
would have been pretty hard Grant.
It is stated that .Speaker Kerr's health
is failing so rapidly that ho will bu com
ptllod to resign his position beforu the
close of the present session. He Is under
positive Instructions from his physicians
to rest at once from his labors. No spec
ulations as to Ids successor have found
their way into print, as yet; but the
probabilities seem to point to Cox, of
New York, or Holinau, of Indiana, Mr.
Holman being the oldest member or the
Forty-fourth congress. He has held his
neat continuously since 1852, a period of
A i-akcif. delegation ot Mrong minded
black and white females appeared before
tho district commission in Washington
last Monday, and urged with ft f0rci.'
strongly tinctured with vehemence, thai
a law be enacted conferring upon i),0
women of the district, tho right or mf.
frage. When a member or the commission
asked the chairwoman of the delegation
It she desired tin.
be submitted to a vote of the women of
inu uistrict, she promptly replied. txo!"
adding hi a very eonlldent tone, "the
women are not to bu irustcd vet: the
great majority of them have given the
l matter no thought and would, therefore,
readily yield to the derision or threats o
r? mM u,ider w,,0,u t,a' P-
Uvcs." And so, according to the kt0ut
" minded delegation, tho weaker sisters of
t WMkbjgtOS nust be eiifrauchlbed
,) transfonaed Into Toters, without any
reference whatever to their Individual
F pmmncei In tbo matter.
'iins VAi'r.n iq on
or .ii-isiiiiii liver
plain bow llu; aviktaticc hoiil7H)cK?
but we Mippose he pl.iccs it upof.v
Mine giouiuN that It Is placed upoiV
the eill.en-i oi C.ilin. They do not av
llu general government either
to Inillit or protect their levees;
but ihey .-nk as they have a ilj-ht lo do,
In the Interest ol commerce and naviga
tion. Ihat the channel of llie river oppo
site Cairo bo made safe for the pnsiage ol
steamers nni Ipatlni,' lliu Mlsi..lppl river.
The lreuenl eliniiees ollhc channel ren
der navigation vetv Insecure and dnn
geroiH, and causes a caving of the banks
which endangers llio city, notwithstand
ing our levees.
It Is to Improve the navigation of the
.MMippl and to make It more
safe that Cairo nsks an appropriation
from coiiures, and In this nil
t ortious of Hie country arc interested.
The free navigation of the Mississippi
river was one of the most powerful ap
peals made lo the people of the North
west a few years ago. Let us now have
the free, uninterrupted and safe naviga
tion of that great river, and this Is all we
ask. Mr, Sykes says "all pails of the
country arc Interested hi the Improve
ment of the Mississippi river, and hi
the protection of Hie cities and towns on
its bank"." From tills it appears he
Is tor such protection as the
Improvement ol the river, uch as tho
deepening of the channel and the remov
al of ob-triictlons; and this Is elenrly
within the power of the general
government. ThU open avowal oi a de
sire for the protection ol our city, and Ihe
Improvement nt the rivers at this place.
shows that Mr. Sykes, who is a citizen of
lennesee, nnil who llve on the river Im
low this city, rles above any senctlnnal
or local feeling, and looks to the good of
the whole country. With these remarks,
thrown in prefatorially, we give what
Mr. Sykes said:
"A small sum in proportion to the
magnitude ol the enterpiNe, will make
("alio perfectly secure from the dangers
of the river. The general government
should by nil ineuiis expend an amount
necessary to protect your city. The Im
portance of Cairo to the commorelal In
terests of tlie whole country, being not
only at the junction of the two great
rivers, but nlso the centre oi an Impor
taut ralroad system; entitles her to gov
ernment assUtanco iu protecting her
self Irom tho dangers of the rivers.
In addition, the government owns prop
erly here worth several hundred thous
and dollar., where It I? Its Interest to pro
tect. The Mississippi river lias had
lewer appropriations, Iu proportion to Its
Importance than any river in tliu United
States that has needed any. All parts of
the country arc Interested In tbc Improve
ment of the MMtslppI river and in the
protection of the cities and towns on Its
banks. It is said tlr.it an appropriation
of one hundred thousand dollars or per
hap less will lender Cairo perfectly
secure. Kverv railroad built lo this
place lenders Its protection more impor
tant mid causes a larger extent of coun
try to be interested In its welfare."
tiiky a hi; itt:iiv run Tin: sv
Kirii'i:. To the several I'acllle railroad compa
nies the general government has given
1 10,000,000 acres or the land an siren
greater than that of England, Ireland and
Wales. One hundred and twenty million
acres of these lauds are not worth more
than seven cents an acre. The entire ah-
senco ol water renders vegetable life Im
possible. Millions oi acres nro covered
with sand; other millions with rock,
frcuucntly of volcanic formation, all
strongly impregnated with alkali, and
supporting no vegetation whatever, ex
cept a scanty grow tli of tho sago hitih.
Now the. generous, holl-sacrilleing l'a
clllc railroad companies who ow n thc-c
lauds, have concluded that Ihey will
oiKii the way for thn general govern
ment to enter upon a "big speculation."
Tho government did tho "fair thing" by
the companies ; loaned Its credit to them
to an extent equal to the cot of the
roads; paid $21,000,000 interest for the
companies-, thus Involving itsell to the
amount of S$5,000,000. Now, for all tills
the companies feel grateful, and to inani
feet their gratitude have actually offered
to sell the whole body ol their unsold
alrid and alkali lauds, back
to the government, for the ab
solute trlllc o $150 per acre !
More than this, the companies will not
demand the money down. The govern
ment will nay hersellihoSSd.OOO.OOO now
due from ihu companies, and usuu to
them live percent, gold bonds, runnliiL'
llfty years, lor the balance, which balance
would be only $227,000,000 1
lly this arrangement, so simple nnd so
manifestly fair, the government would
get back her own ; and the I'aelllc rail
road companies would be sent adrift iu
tho world with nothing to show for their
years ol loll and anxiety, but tho several
Pacllie railroads unencumbered, it I
true and $i27,000,000 ol government
Hath magnanimity wider bounds?
a m:w movk ox tiii: i:.hoc'iiatic
t'lIKNM BO AltO.
News comes to us from Washington
but not In nu altogether rcliabe shape,
that the western and southern delega
tions of Democratic congressmen have
carefully canvassed the situation, nnd
navo concluded to give prominence to
tho name of General John M. rainier ns
a compromise candidate for tho pros!-
uency. vt e have the same authority for
saying that tho old line lloiirbon mem
bcrs are htroncrlv mmnci.ii in ii... .......
Inatlcm 0j ,iudf,u j,av,Si on ,ho fir0lllu,
"u,k "u " an old line Wlnir. and would
IlOtprOVO acCCIltabln In tlm lv.m....
ol tho South. Palmer, It Is urged, was
originally a staunch Democrat and at no
tlrno wandered far from in., r.,i,i ,.r n...
old party. For this reason the .Sotilli
wouiu pa-ter niui to Dayls.
au mis, wc wko it, will amount to
nothing. Congressmen don't mako
presidents ; and not inoro than twico In
the history of our government, liave they
-- - ,i ma,, WIJ0 w(vg acceptable to
the people. General rainier would make
- it m:vi:h tax hi:.
' The editor ol the I alio S-in has heard
thai a IVdcral olllcc holder and I'cpnbli
can lender, ol'tlil city, iefui' to tccog
nl.e the S'm as n ISepuhlic.i.i paper. t
tin said editor had kept his cars windward
he might have he-mi like tntluullous
from tho Hps of a full score ol Republi
cans who are neither leaders nor olllcc
holders. Hut lie h is heard enough, and
In ii vein ol lll-dWgulscd Inltatlou, he
ak. "why is not the .Vki a Itcpublican
paper V" "Is It." he continues to ask.
with growing exasK'ratlon, "becait'o we
have denounced carpet-bagging, and Ihe
marching of aimed soldiers Into the halls
of the Louisiana legislature'? Is It be
cause we opposed the civil right bill?
Is It because we relu-ed to grind au or
gan ior certain olliee seeker-; or to lick
the boots ol party trickers V
No, llrother Davis; It Is not because
you "denounced" and did nt "lick" and
"grind" nothing of that sort. It's a
profound secret. Tliu Cairo paymaster
gave It to us Iu strict eoulldcwc, and
we'll die before we'll tell It. The Ii utli
of the business Is the .S'i never tmt lie u
(4A TIIK lU'UAX 4 ATAMOlWr!
Kx-(iovernor Wl-e is talking again,
with his mouth ; and like I he Ten
nessee liadical Miiut-slinger, Hrownlow,
employs extravagant languagn to give
utterance to hateful and abhorrent senti
ments. In a recent 'peeeh (no matter
when or where or on what occasion)
the bloodies j old tire-cater said that there
was no lime bet ween .Inhn Itrown's 'eir
fence and execution that he would not
have accepted Horace Greeley as n sub
stitute, and strung lilm up, nud'tlinnked
God that lie had punl-hed the greater
criminal of the two. More than tliU:
"Had Ihe pestilential old devil (Greclev)
fallen into my hands lacksondlkc I
would have nsumed the responsibility,
swung him from the gallows Into etern
ity, and turned Brown, the victim of Ids
odious teachings, at liberty." The shriv
eled up old llend, ought to be gagged.
e are n great stickler for free speech;
hut when a man like Wise employs the
privilege In blackening the memory ol
the dead, and to bring about bitternesses,
rebutments and even bloodshed among
the living, tho greater evil should be pre
vented by ii resort to the lesser a u-e ol
i.onm.Mi ai ti: his iiam:i:s.
Il' . .1 I. Il.atrlott ill' Slfinftf. U'ni It,
our Jty yesterday. Ho was on Ids way
to the southern counties of the State, and
Is looklii'' up his prospects for euuzres-
sioual honors. Mr. I), has been u resi
dent of tills part of tliu State for a great
many years, and years ago represented
our people In the State legislature twice.
ursi as representative ami atlerwarils as n
memuer ot tnu senate, ilurinir which
time, we are informed, lie made a very
friiiwl I'aifXifi I tin f.i (i ttliitli niiti j.ii it tt
man, but seems to In: poe.'-ed of sutli-
cicul vim, determination and stick-to lt-
atlvcness to make a pretty Mrong light
biiouiii he lie the nominee ol nie party in
litis in-irici. nu voii Ti'tbviic.
As Alexander. I'uki?l;i and I'ojiu conn
Uiwdiave luslrucled for .!.'. Willis, and
as Mqssac. .IoIiiimhi and l.'nlon will do
the tonic, linn, .luliu K. Deiliicii has
very lew "propccl" iu this cud of the
dlstiiet to look alter. Iteannot be denied,
liowevcr, that tliu Republicans might "go
farther and faie worse" than lo nominate
Thomas Caiiia i.i: Is now au old man ;
but age, thai often oltens our hates and
animosities, lias made no chauee in lilm.
Ho still hates America and her sytcm ol
government, with all tliu venom that
charaeteri.cd his hate of foitv vcara a-'o
He cannot deny that wu have, iu a phys
ical point ot view, :i great countrv: but
referring to the government, ho says, "no
system can last that gives Christ and
iiuuas me same power In tho shaiilnirof
public affairs." And, iu saying this, old
man Carlylo betrays au Intolerance better
bclittliig the sixteenth century than tills
age of progress and better civilization.
Tliu ".hula" (by which is meant tho
Juw.s) ot America, has shown hiuiselt as
provident and thriity, as patriotic and
law-abiding as tliu "Clulst," (by which
Is meant the chrUtlaiis) and ll w'lli be a
sad day for our country when Carlyllan
notions nominate, aad Ihu Judates, or
any other class of eliUeus are dislran
chised hecau-o of their lldcllty or iulldel.
lly lo religious tenets or sectarian dog.
mas. That day will signalize ihu
uicnceineut of a civil decline that will
end in horrors and distractions, of the
llku of which we havu no hUtnrv mil htil.
the old testament. Hut old Thomas Car-
lylu lorgets himsell. Tlie verv fcatim. in
our government which is so obnoxious to
nun, exists In his own government,
.lews vote and hold oiih'u in Kugland. as
well as In America. Kven tliu prime
minister Is a Jew.
XiMiti.v every collector In Southern
Illinois lias published the dellmpieut tax
list for the current year. Sheriff Irvln
lias shown ail tlie leniency he daru show,
and Is now engaged In tlie preparation ot
his list for tlie hands of tho printer. Af
ter tho mauuscrlpt goes into the hands
oftho printer, tho collector will bo com
pelled to exact tlie legal penalty. How
much labor will be Involved iu the lire.
partition and publication or tho list, can
only bo known by tho-o who liave mi
experimental knowledge or such woik;
uuiwiopuuiioeaniorm an approximate
Idea when we remark that nulto four.
llfllisofall the property described In the
tax book, will bo advertised Tho col.
loclor sympathies with the tax oppress
ed people ; but llio, law points out Ids
duty, and he Is bound to oliev. He will
give every hour's time lo tho taxpayer
that he lean give without dlsrcenirdliwr
the commands ot tho law. That limit
basuearly been : reached ; mid, now, if
(vl.itlou Intend to acl,
r preparation, but no
'lif of time" to i prey
aro nt sialic the
"1" "Pjd ihe balance, mid
'J -E-J hied by licliiy ur III.
nu ucciy iiiulur lias been Heard lioiu
again, lliu projeelors declaring very en
thii"ialleally with a twang ol rapture,
in fact- that t lie success of tho Invention
Is now nuied, nnd licit Ihe "lime U
ver near nl hand when the name of
Kecly will be sounded tiuniiet-longueil
throiighoiit nil the civilized world ns
man's greatest benefactor." The dilll
cully hitherto Inn been to Mini material
sulllclcnlly stiong to online tho power,
to resl-t Its Iniiueiito presure. If this
material has at hi-t bun found, nnd II
the -uceess claimed ha netually been ns
sureil, another illtllciilli will present it
self. Wurelerto tlie dllllculty tliu pro
jectors will encoimlei iu trying to hold
their enthusiasm. Its picture will lie
1001 pounds to the four-'evcnteciiths of a
Wi: have, hi the reports for April or
the Internal revenue ollicer.s. a lair Indl
callou ol the extent to which whisky
thieves have lilllierlt preyed upon tho
puplle treasury. Tho receipts for April
show an luerea'u ol $:).."00,00() over tin!
amount iccelved during tlie mouth of
Aptll In-t year. It Is not an unwarrant
ed eonelu-lon. thercfoiv, that the "tings"
and tlielrjollleial.confedernte.a, hne been
stealing from tho government the im
mense Mini of lluee million, live hundred
tlinu-and dollars every thirty day. It
seems incredible that such enormous
tllflts could be perpetrated and repeated
month after month ; hut then aie the
llgures, and what other inference1 ran wo
draw from them?
Jnduc lint Is Oiiiiiitv,
,Fr.nn tin- I'lill.i li lplila M-adcr.)
Tliori' have, been Ircrptent conferences
nt Wr.slilngto;i within tlie past few days
among some leading Western Democrats
In the interest of.ludgo Davis lor the
Democratic, nomination for the pre.-l-.
deney. It is very generally admitted
that tin; old hacks of the paity will liave
to step alde, so that inhere is a chance to
win by Ignoiliig llieni the party can have
the benefit of tho chance. Them Is no
question that the probabilities ol Davis
as a candidate aie on the increase.
Mr. Kerr nnil Hie MteuSiership llelk.
nip Ititlleleil. Ail.loiiruiiii nl.
MU. liCltll AND Till: .SI'KAKintsHIl'.
Washington, D. ( ., .May !. If it is
Mr. Kerr's intention to resign tho .-neak-
ership of the house, as reported, ho has
uoi communicated mat laet to ins triunds
here. In n letter, read last night bv Mr.
Morrison, .Mr. Kerr says that hu wants
Ids leave of absence extended lor ten
days, but makes no Intimation of any
purposuof resigning at the cud ot that
time. In the event of .uch a step, Mr.
lhuidall will bu a candidate for the speak
ership, and enter Into the contest with
Mr. Cox. The latter has made many
fi lends lately, and liai diseliaiged Ids du
ties as speaker pro teni. with satisfaction
to both sides ot tliu House.
hit run rim, wtKi.i'im.
There was a ery slim attendance
wlien t'ongic.ss assembled to-dav, and a
tnajoiily ol the members left on ihu lirst
special train tur Philadelphia.
lioth Houses of Congress liavondnurn
ed over till Friday, and lliu capital Is
pretty generally deserted.
lll.l.K.VAI' lNPir 1 1. Ii.
'lliu grand Juiy of the DUtiict of l ol
lunula to-day returned ii tine bill of in
dictment against ex-Sccrctary lielknap,
for accepting a bribe while iu olliee.
Men. 1'rook'N Intent Ions -Sit t i stir Hull
mil 1'rnx.v Horse,
Um mia, May 0. Gen. Crook left to-day
lor lied Cloud and Spotted Tail agencies,
to become, acquainted personally with
thu Icclings oftliu Indians thum, which
will in a measure determine ids actions
dining thu coming campaign. If hu llnds
tho Sioux favorably disposed, and can
trust them, lie will organizu a bodv ol
three hundred scouts. It noi, his inten
tion Is to raise scouts Irom thu Snakes or
Crows. The general will um return hero
until alter his expedition. tile expects to
stall in tho course of three weeks. There
are iireparatluns going rapidly toward.
The forcu sent out to piir.-ue thu Indi
ans who killed Mr. Hiuitou at ( hit"
Water and sloiu nil Ihe horses, followed
thu trail until It was destroyed by n se
vere storm. The trail led iu thu direc
tion ol" tho agencies and the Indians were
undoubtedly driving there. Slttlii"
Iluir.s-villagnisreported.tobeon tliu Vef
low Stone at tliu mouth of the I'owder
river. All tlm Indian- from Crazy
llorsu'sband who escaped, have Joined
lilm and very many from Standing Hock
agency. It Is known that hall breeds nre
purchasing largo quantities of ammuni
tion and trading lor gnus, etc.. which
doubtless are transferred to ho-tilo In
nil;. inltislreNs-lliHNiipitoi lri -,.r.
UlilntC Irons 'III Irs I nnil l'iitKu,.,
CAi.vr.siox. Texas, .May U. A .Win
special Irom llio (ivando Cltv, Olh, says
that Diaz with his artillery dud Infantry
Is retreating to Matamoras, having found
It Impracticable to advance his infantry,
owing to seirelty ot water. Ills com
maud has suffered ten Ihly from laligue
anil thirst. Many of U men perished
by thu roadside. He lias also lost a con
sidcrablu number by desertion. He
leaves his cavalry between Corral vo ,uul
Monteray, where lie will relolu them
witli relnlorccinents. j:Veu with cavalry
bis advanco will be slow. Water is only
Jo ho had at long Intervals and there U
to foragu iu tins country, tlm Government
1.1,'.... Iinl'tiii. .....1.. . .. . .
" luiniia Kiiineieu an iney coillil
iud; and unless Dla.cairies loragc with
h his aulnials will starve on tliu way.
1 Uuz Is still sanguine ot success, mid Ids
uluro operations against Monterey will
he made, entirely with cavalry, llu has
had no tight ns was rumored.
Mayor ColWu on ui jii-Ule.
ijiCAdo, .May li.-Tho city council to-
llav lie Id u sexlim .. i.i...'. .,.,.
I - m i'i , "l'Proved tlie bond given
.... ..... Hiiijor. a lesoiuidn
was o lered. e 1 1 . l .
entertain, Instrueting thu heads of depart-
Itlitlilc In iiwimi t, I., a
.... i i , V'" oyno as mayor
and declaring lilm elected iiiayor of Chi
vin'n', 1 cr " ,,ol1ll,;l'te, iu which Col-
1. .- . , v, """' l00K pan.a mcin-
1 . "iu resoiuiioii
was carried, 'lo-nlglit Colvlu has Issued
a proclamation to thu heads of the dc
partments, ordcriiiL' ih.it iiu.v .in imt
recogulzo Hovnc. .unl
million, addressed III Kill crnr.i1 1 III
Chicago he declares the city mum-It's
proceedings Illegal, levnlulfonnry and
void, Mid calls on citizens to protect lilm
In Ids rights, nnd bowate how they en
coinage such proceedings.
Ciipliilii i:mli lleslrcM 11 Tt-hl.
Ni:w (Jni.iA.xs, .May !). Capt. J. II.
Kails lo ilaj liy telegraph, requested the
secretin ot war to Instinct (leu. C II.
oinsloek, ol the I'lilted Stales engiiieeis,
now at I '01 1 K. id-, In ineaoiiro Willi lilm
Ihu depth id the channel between the
Jetties ami to lnnil-di Immediately In
Capt. Kails a ccitilied statement nl the
results, 'lids Is done lo lel'illo tin' ic
ceiilly piihlislied s,, lenient of .Mnior
Howell licit there Is only twelve feel' In
tiic channel. Major Howell's asseition
1 1 i:it (lie liar Is rel'ormlug In Irnut of the
Jetties, Captain Kads also denies, and lias
requested tliu superintendent of tlie
United States cnat survey to make a
radial sounding out several miles iu ad
vance ol (lie Jetties. Assistant Meriinden
has been Instructed to perforin Hint duly.
.'nlliiniil linlepenileii t 4'iiim riillini'.
Imi!a..i-o! w, I lid.. May !. The ec
retary ol'tlie National Independent Com
mittee, Mr. T. II. Iluciiauaii, states that
tlie New Voik Sun'-i Wnhhiglon special
announcing 11 postponement or tin na
tional Independent convention until .Inly
I, utteily Inl-e In every particular. The
convention will meet In lids clt text.
Wuhiesday, May l.'tli, and make nomi
nations. W hich SI111II I 'I nl.u ?
ThUhollcnu s ei Ions ipic.-llnu Willi
tlie invalid, lie lilids Hie niaihet Hooded
Willi piopiictai, niedielncs in-iue-" ol
wlilcli are lec.miniendeil ecitalu curi 1
for hi peculiar ailuieht. He reads the
paper?, eiieiilnrs, and almanac, and
Hud each sii'laliied by plausible argu
ments selling forth its virtues and spe
cific action, i'lic tccouuuend.-itlons- are
a strong lor one as for another. Tlc
cure claimed to have been wrought by
one arc n-s wonderful as-thoe claimed to
liave been wrought by another. Iu hi
perplexity anil doulil. the suH'crcf l
lometlmes lid to reject nil.
Hut ll should be borni' iu mind that
thl coudilion of things Is one that cannot
lie remedied. Inn laud when- all nre
free, the good tlie truly valuable inn t
conic into competition with tlie vile and
u'oitlilcsi.anil inut lie brought to public
notice by tlie same liitrumfiitality,
which is mlrtrtMug. in fitieh n ea-e, per
haps tlie only abolute proof Hint :i
remedy is what It claims to be. U to try
It. Tlie '-test of a pudding U the eating
of It.' "rroveall things hold fast that
which Is good." Is the apostolic Injunc
tion. There may, however, be Mronger
presumptive evidence in favor of one
icnicdy than there l In tavor ol another,
and Ibis .should be allowed its due weight.
A duo rczaid to this may save avast
amount ol e.spctiiueutiug and si usclcs
outlay of money. Asa presumptive evi
dence In favor of iJr. l'iercc's
Family Medicines, tlie propiictor de
sires to say, that they are prepared by
a new and ecicntilie process by which
llio virtues ot the crude plants and loots
are extiacted without the use of a parti
cle of alcohol. Not a particle of tills ills
trover of our race enters into tliu compo
sition of either ids Colden Medical l)i--covery
or l'ayoille I'rcscrlption. ThU
consideration alone ought certainly to
ranic tiietii high above tlie vile com
pounds saturated w ith alcohol, Jauiacla
rum, sour beer, or villager, which arc
every w licre oll'cicd fur rale. Again, they
amol uniform strength, mid their vh
Ine.s can never lie Impaired by age. 1 hey
are aho made trout Iresli herbs ami roots,
gathcicd in their appropriate season,
when they arulluMi witli medicinal prop
erties. In Mipporl ot these claims tlie
lollouln' titthuoiiy is ollcrcd:
It. V. 1'ii;i;u;, M. I).:
Dear Sir: 1 have sold a gieat deal of
your excellent remedies, and I prefer to
sell them heioiooiiierss, Decauc tneygivo
goon sati-iaction to tno-e who n.-o them,
I hear such temarks as Sa"e's I'cmedv
completely cured mo: it is n siileiidid
tiling :" or, "i'ierce's UUcovery is iii't
what I wanted : I ted better than I
ever did." One of our celebrated singers
u-es it lor strcngtlilng her voice, and says
"tnore is noinmg eunais u ; ' unci mi i
might give scores of remarks said about
your preparations. A colored woman
was using your Discovery, and after tak
ing three bottles was completely cured.
Miie. neing in ino store, said to me.
don't want no doctors 'louiid me so long
as 1 can get tlie Discovery ; it beats; all
your doctors." An so i might go on.
am, ino-t lespectlully, your-'.
A in. 11. noons,
I'lly or I'nli-o,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price ($2.r,0) at the Ili'i.i.m is olliee. .
It. II, CANINE,
oitki: A.Nii'ui;.sii)i:n.: i;iKiiih sim-t,
bi luiin Viililiij;loii ami ( niiimi irial Aviinie.
wtf CAIUO, I l.l.s..
XI A. XH X:T3.X2f3IS.2.r2.
NORTH SIDE OF KIOHTU NTliEKI
Between Waohlntfton ami Oommsrclal
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST . C XXviolra,
BINDER AND BLANK DOOk
Bullotin Bulldtnir, Cor. Twolfth Street
unit WashiDKton Avenue,
l3Coiuity niui ItallrouilWoit a St-cliilly
Printing "a'( ",!.' nuttthloiml!' 8 1 Prinlin
1 hu last tliiiiup fin- Kood HKrliulliiuil Inula mi
i, i?KA"s '''f'lT. i.t hi. i-kk ri:Nr liilin-at.
I'im't inn uiivrUka, hut bo tu a coiintrv tiiut lm
'iiii iirovtil to Li- kuuU. head your lufilu-ea liy
l)mi oiiii to ijnM Com'r ll. A.M. ll. it,,
llilrliiiioii , Inwii.iiiiil Hci lieliti- rniiy of Iowa
ami .Ntdirunl.il Kiiiim r, wllluluiil nf l.nuM. uiul
oir lottnil (lip mi, ., ,,,
. J U II ."J!
J. T. WARREN & CO.,
Importer and Jobbers of
Foroiijn Fruits, Amorlcan and English Plcklos, Catsups, Sauces
IJitlllH .I IPmiiIi. I (sli. Nre.lN. lie, mini I'ni.lm .-,
Qnup Shifts, Comliinonts, Fliivniino Exlracls, isle, elc,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attondcd to.
64 una GO West Second Street, CINCINNATI.
nirl innA 'lit lav
Wm. Glenn & Sons 1
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhdB Now Orleans Sugar, ;
2,500 bhls N. Orleans Molasses, I
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar, 1
1,000 bbls Yollow Roflncd Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rico,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ASP OTIIKIt I'lt'llll I I
lis). TO nnil 7 J VI nt, si heel, IMS,, o.
WINTER & STEWART.
Commission Merchants i
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avonuo
Ad:ipcc nude on l ..ii-L-uiiienl-. Ah
Krait id 'I'ltlei Hindi-, Ceiui) aiii-i ; and
( iilli-clliiiH attendt-d to.
'ITI.N,II() T( llt -;N' AMI
Audi-n Salcn i; y S-aturday .M. rn'ii.
I'.uxr a.i on.s.
B. F. PARKER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
CVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Mwnyi on hand, tbc cilcbratoil illnnilnBtln
Ccmor Eleventh Otrrot nnd Vnohtnjr
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WIioImhIc nn-1 Uclall DrjUra In
Foroiga and DonioBtio
WflKH OF AJjli KBKUH,
No. 00 Ohio Lovoe,
MKSSJU'-. SMYTH A CO luvo cobttoutly
a larpc Block of the Ijoot kuo'I I" llu-nmr-
i . , , l aiicmion lo llio noioenU-
... ... .1, t.itniii.vM
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
Is liii ;riuiil Old
LI XT 1MB NT,
Which hns stood tho tost of 40
Thoro is no soro it will not IIoul,
nu jjuiiiuiiuh it wiiinotuuro.no
Aoho, no Pnin, that Ailllctn tho llu
man body, or tho body of n Ilorso
or other Domestic un mnl, that
docs not yiold to its rnaio touch.
A bottlo costinK 25c, 50o. or 81
hns of ton saved tholifo of a Human
BoinB. nnd Restored to Lifo nnd
UsCflllllORM Mnm. ., irli.i
...... .jr V ULIlilUI u
St. Qharles Hotel,
nm REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50, per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $8.00 Por Day
Speolal Raton by Wooli or Mouth.
A limited iiumlrtT of lery cli-.lmlilu tamlly
.iilnimV iiiV.iitlii -'""' n'-iri.it.
,! ii .. f-,lalIl l tliulurKi-stiiliillK-ht iiiipolnt
o 1 lloiikt- In r.uiitl,i-iii lllliiuld.iiml U tin. Iiiulum
lln L.'" i-"1,1?'- fNot"ld'.tmi.lhi! Ihu "lint
. , , , , M I'll'.-", UM' IIID1U Will, lltt
Ujual, In; ; llii-nilly Mii.ll,,t wllli Hie try lust
ori-i n ililiiKtliut can K IiiiiuiI in iiinrl.it.
Unu Inisi- Kiiiiplti rooiiu for roimnirclnl liuv-cli-rs,
on Kroiuut lloor, Irw-ofi-liarjti'.
.i '"iKpu't-oiKiiciitx convejed to ami irom
tin- hotel without t-li.irun
JUWK'rr vii,"o.v co, ,
i-i -tr. rioiriiiom.
23 3VT PIIU3
J05 fi, lllli.Nlrt-cl. Nl. I.oiilx, Mo.
I.iuiiitf rdalihslimt-nt of llio Wift. lU.KAC'lt
INU. 1IVI.MJ, Al.TKIIINO, mid all Ulmli ol
.MIIlinciH Woikiloniironiitly. rialrrllloi'k
lurwiiv, ciuiiKis onirooiH6'iii in. Nwi
tin- IMiiIm l.-,.,ll ln.
Straw II FeltWorks
l'ho Pcoido's Roniody.
Tho Universal Pain Ext nctor.
Note: Aolc for Pond'" Extract.
Tako no otliur.
"Ilmr- lor I Hill nlKtik of t xn Hi nt tlilnjci
I itjiirli-i to linn or Hi iul4,
i Kail, llrulim,
Slralli. hiniliii, Contu-
rriii liiri-a. l,uu, IjK.rn-
Ud or Inclciil Won ml a
I " hunliilrin.
L-, llli-i-illiiic l.niiKfi, or
f W illtiiiKorllloo.l
V Snf lllt-ftl, nml lllwt-
t Iu iiiitis or 'Icttli.
I Volllllilliriir llliwxl n,l
"i lllooilv UNrlidririMl.
'I'llft - lllrt-lilll,' 1'llM,
I IIIIikI I'ilr. (Iiiinllllilc- )
rulRla, Mwillnl Korp
l V" Ki( ' "'ittHiit. Ilhi-unui.
U.k i llli i llCiwclliiiKtir.-jori-rifiu,
iMIiriirsK or Mort-nm,
i I.uiiiI.uko, Unit Hack
'Son- Tliriml or Quint r,
1 ll. ANllllllH.
Sort-or liillatiibl y.xti o
Sore .Miiplt--,, InDuintJ
jm I'.iinriil or too I'rofum
PEOPLE'S ,,,,u "varlan Dli-
una anil 'luiiiura.
REMEDY rnrel an-l simiiwry
Iiiillnuw and Kxcirla
Il'jiH of Infantx, or
Vnrlront. Vi-lux, Kn
EXTFRHA larKlorInlUii.r. Vein
,v nl Ulcerations.
Holla, (irbunrlea, Tii
rTLTrnTITlTT A T ."'"" "' hwtlllllJtil.
INTERNAL 'rm and llunlont, Chal
el or Sore t.
. Ulr I. alls.
'IVImi or Wlililmr, Kroit-
e-1 l.lmts or Parts.
Mnnjlllfo Rp, Insect
i MIuki. Chai.l Hands.
I'llXll S r.X'llt.irr Ulorsalebyall lirtl.
I-Iiish Iruifi.-UlH,mi.l inoiiiinenileilliT
alt DnizKints, I'liyslclnns, ami -i-ry-liiulv
who Inis ftt-r lueit It.
liuiiitil'( cuiilaliiliiK llliloryaml L'sei mall
nl I'rtv on ullcatlon, If not found nt your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
.Vc York ituil London.
. J, . ' C-"',- ''" t'hOloi
Kruiilis dy Hid ill, j on waste nior.ty on
swfndlerK. Id-Ii-.hI nml In Iho nlit rcll.ttile
house or lluntir A l o. l:rt.illlslied In
eniiI.l)-Mll IjoqLs, nit koij-U nnil nt lowrt
nite. -slid foreuinc of tlusc, Irunk l ull or
I'uii, llou- lo win n ii ll.i art, ,ci
(.olilen Wheel forlune 'liller, HJc: Hook of
l.o! U-tlcn, Uv. ; lloxln iUv Kmy, IV j
Jlorcnii's it.i4'jnrjr 1;.khi1, V),. Illu-t ruUil,
Ims How to write short linn-l, V-c j How tu
iiiiiuc-iin evuilnit I'urty, aoc j Iiuncins mace
Kniy, ''-ci MoH-(isiub!iT9 wm, jc i !.t-jj! eur
l.unl-i.CourtihiiiCunls, Koriiine lelllnK tunls.
iac .MBKinir t-arui. i kinus i-acn In c.c only
Wei Complete rocket llole, hc I heeler
llelil'a Utter Writer. 'V i Monitor of I'm
manonry, T'C i llou- lo win uiul hoir to koo,
3"c 'llu- lawn of l.oie, .tk; Ij.lli-s' (Julde In
beaiily, .vc, Ac, Ac , Ac. Uemember any or
all ofihcubnio will la-cent to ) oil iuli( on
lecvlplol piice Wi- liupoit ami hunt up for
elen ami sc-irei hooks. Wi- nuku ll a Mmly
Wt-wuntyoiirpalioiiiiRe. M int Inr our circu
lar. It will uiy you lo ileal wllli us Do not
risk money u it Ii Imtlers hut n ml at once in
the'old reliables," Huiittr A Co., Hltmlale,
huyli worlh ofKoods furSlO. Why not do ll.
I he t ireut .N'.IJ.I lollar .-ale, ,n Ilroomlldil slri 1 1,
llostoii, la lliiiilyesltthlth.l, uiil lor enrh.i
(old leally ralunlilo irnoils worth l -KJtnJJOi
nl iillxnl price ofuiily onu Dollar Weniv en
ilorwd nml li-ouillii ii.iil liy Ihe Utl panels
and Ihi-leaillnj; luerclmnts. inir tah- Is an hon
orable business enlerprlse, ie dimell Koodsut
le.-s than other iltnleis. In ihec limes ll piy
to sum- money. Wt fell Jewelry, clUer Hint
i!.itit ware, Kln'swuip, cutlery dry nml fancy
ooils. uroceneii, leas, eotUtd, splt w, anil In fiet
vterylldiitf. Including' mio .Uyant loks,
which it-tall nt one dollar and llltycenls lo four
dollars, and nil for Jilt one dollar, 'ihtrelsno
ticket, order bliii. or oilier trlckerv OnrdiU.ii
efciiicsiiny article on Ihe 11. 1. ilV c o ll, let
jo" He ifnods beioie puyliijf Orer i,l,) ii.i) .
runs attest the poi.uluiity ol our ititiit s ale. Wt
rannot Klveany Idea hereof our business. Our
list of goods noiild Mil this entire paper Send
at once lor circulars and iivoiiiincmlaUons from
our pntiniu. nu can sure cjii.Ii. Wllljoudo
It? II so, nddiess nt or.ro II Olt.MISlO.V A
CO,. N r . IIOM.AIt .SAI.i:, ,11 Ilroomlleld M ,
ItoHon. -Mns IIA-.'l1-ir,.wtlni
( liarlered by the
Slate of Illinois
fur Ihe cxpresa
- ,Twvr.l '..wAv iiiiiiieiiiaie lent
... H.. u, i'.iiuii.-, riiioiiie, iiihi iiiioaiy ui-
f ea-es In all their coinpllciitid foima. ll Is well
known that Dr. .lames lias stood nt Ihe hind of
...- ,,, iMroniiiu ior int-iahi ., e.irs, .ice ailll
experleiu-eiiK-all-liiipiiitaut. Weiiiliinl l enk-
Ill.taM. nl,.),, l..a.,.a !,. .lm.,. ..I,..
--- - -, ...n r " , "J .....t,,-.. .,,.ij,ir on uir
race lost manhood can positively bit ciueed
I.lldles wnnlhiL- tlm mnt ,l,.l(...ln iinil... ..nil
or write, I'leafniithonm lor patU'iits. A book-'
fur llu- million. Jlnirinue Culdr, which tclla
you all nhoiii tlieieillnuaes who should marry
1 .a -11 ... ...j . . ,'l, MMl.t.n
' milin HUM ,llll I Oil M u nu our mi i
l ie doctor OilicehniiiH.iln.iii.lii7ii.nl. Sun-
dn, Hi in i. All business stiiclly contldcii
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Botwoon Washington and Comroerclal
Avenuno, odjolninjf Hajany'".
TC1' v,,fi, f,;r BMC hest llftf, Tork, Mutton
J-v. Wnl, l.nmb, Kaueasc Ac. ami is pro
prjvl It (.ivw Iniiiltles In an anvntahln manner
Pin'ntlllfti . . 'Ihe Ileal nml Clirnprst,
rnilvlBg At Ihe JIUI.hLI lN Oilla-i Caiio, Ills