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Tk fSklal OUI rtk NatUnM Brn.
Tai Kaaloaal Dtwmih CerraaaJtttr, to
whom ii df!fmieu me power of fixing the
Com aad ftoecofholJlBf the National lie.
caratlc jratiMM 'ilwl, lnrrt appointed
Tueway, mt tKMtr-tttciUi day of June
n, noon.aa wm Mr, MJ irtertcd St,
Loull m Ut pit f tidta vueh condi
tion. Kach State will be entitled to a rpTn
WUonqutd todoabU the nuubw ot lu
teuton uJ rpreentatiw In the con
Crvwort&t I'nlteJ SUbM; bJ the terrl
toryof Colorado, who admiiIon in July
at a Slate will ft re It a rote in the next
electoral tofitft, l abo ictitel to tenl del
irate to ake contfntlon.
Democratic, OmrTathe and other eitl
tea ot the United States lrreiperttre v(
pat potiticaj a?oeiatlon, lelrin to ec
oparata with the Democratic part; In lu
preeent efioru and object, are cordially in
tlfelujola hi aaadlnc dtksratt to the
ftatioftal coareetioe. Co-operation 1 de
nned from all peraoai whs would change
an adalaiMratlon that has tuflertd the
paMIe aredit to become and remain Inferior
to othtr and le i favored tntlom; liai per
mitted commerce to be taken away by for
tls poweri ; na tttfled trade bjr unjutt,
naequal aad pansiclout legl'atioa; hai
lmpoMd noMoal taxation and rendered it
t roiMura ; hi changed growln;
prosperity into wideiprcad aufferins; and
waat; hutquindared the publla money
reekleatlf atd defiantly, and lumclcjfly
uaed the power that obould bare been wilt
to puntih crime, to protect it.
For thcte 'and other rcaaons the national
Democrat! party deem the publif danger
lmmlaet. and tarnettlr desiroui of recur-
rog to our country the MetiDj of an
economical, pure and free government,
cordially invite the co-operation of their
fellow-cltiienrin the effort to attain thi
Thomat A. Walker. Alabama.
d. it. lockriu, Arkaua.
Kraak McCatmin. C3.llfr.rnli
W illiam H. Barniu., Connecticut.
Charles BeaMca, Delaware.
Charles E. Dj ka.MorUla.
A. It. Lawton, Qeorgla.
CyruiH Mccormick, Illlnolt.
Tnomaa Dowllng, Indiana.
M. X. II am, Jowa.
Iaac B. Eaton. Kaoa.
Henry D. McMcnrv, Kcutucky.
h. D. M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott. Maryland
William A. Moore. MUbljrau.
William Loehren, Minnesota.
.1. H. Sharp, Mlattalppl.
Jno. O. Prtaat, Mlmourl.
Geo. L. Miller. Nebraska.
Thos. U. Williams, Nevada.
Theo.K. Bandofnli. Now Jeriey.
H.Vi . Kaniom, North Carolina.
uouou. luorapton, Uhio.
1 L." T- 1 T , .
I ame K. Kellev. Oregon.
laraei P. lUrr ii,i,...r...i.
2;tll(,!., nSlyck, Ilhode hland.
S'.VS -s,.?ons. South Carolina.
a SiiibJi 'w
r. 8. Htockdale. Texts.
B. B.BmalIey, Vermont.
John Blair Hogt. West Virginia.
Oeorge II. Paul, Wl.consln.
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCHEIX, New York,
t'RKUMCK O. PntXCB, MasttehuiMittJ',
Secretary National Democratic Com.
Washington. Februarr 21. IS7U.
A kenkwkd pressure Is belnjr made
lon little Ike Clements to Induce him
to accept a second defeat tit the hands
of Mr. HarUell In a rae fnr
Tlie.Du Quoin 7VtJime believes him to be
tllC Strongest man fmcnnlnrr
Itepubllcan) In the district; and Insists
im, m u years ago ne ran orer one thou
aanu rotes ahead of his ticket. It Is
true mere is nothing In the returns of
that election to indicate such a result
butlfthe KepuMIcans draw any comfort
from such an Impression, we do not tare
to disturb It.
Thb New York naneni of Hpnniiii.nn
predilections figure It up that the contest
lor the presidential nomination will be
uviwccu uiaino anu conkllng. Bristow
is not conceded any atrcnirth nt all. The
Cincinnati Cummereial, on tho contrary,
Is not willing to concede to Conkllng
CYcn the possibility of success. It thinks
Blaine and Morton will receive compll.
ii-uiury Toiea up to tne third ballot, and
that after that tho West atid South will
unite on Bristow and finally nominate
him. Our own opinion Is that the
chancci are In UlntneVs favor.
Tim Witkly Wild Oats, Is not, ns lu
name would Indicate, a Hash, lewd or
sensational paper; but a Journal devoted
to the higher plane of humor, tun aud
amusement. It never employs a word or
gives utterance to a sentiment that tould
offend the most chaste and lustidlous.
Its Illustrations arc exceedingly humorous
and pointed; and Its political cartoons
its "take-offs" on tlsu Radical men nnd
measures, are ecpial to the Iwst that eomts
from the pencil of Nat. It U not avow
edly a Democratic paper, but It is accom
plishing great good for the Democratic
Iisrty, aud should receive Democratic
encouragemcut. Devoted as Is to an ti-
fnrt tn niV i 1. ...
. ,,,L-j.UJii aim grow rat;
and to make them espouse Democratic
1 1 ,: 1 . " w ""WO'i It should throw
oil IU obnoxious name, and lake on n
ihk ragged, lorlorn and desperate
..urv nuu are maKlug lUClr way back
Irointbo Black Will, teU a tod aud du
touraging atory about tbe autlferoui
wealth of those lur-off elevations. i
Stead of belnir able fa ahnvvxr rrnM Si
from Uie roots of every up-rooted sage
tush, the most Industrious and skillful
miner Is not able to rind enough of tho
precious metal to pay ,g board bill.
n lZl cU said to be due
joacoMclouslesa and Inhuman effort ol
Sioux City, Larasjfc, Md Cheyenne latsd.
lord. ad other Shylook. toS.btl
neaaaUr. We shall not be .urprlscd to
hear at any time, that a gang of Z
tovBIM HIltm had taken fhe Sp of
every UmUwU In ail ol Uie Uiwma
tloned cltkM. A. man vlllalnotu gauu
was nerar played, even within the circle
of Chicago's radical officials,
Kxtim: Xoktox, a IM gentleman
who nUvnya keeps an eye on the chance
to turn nit honest penny, & at one time
a resident of Cairo; more recently he be
came a rttlcn of FAriticah. nm! Is now a
resident of New York. IVc li.ive, on onr
own account, no occasion topeak-of Mr.
Norton, only to ay that, boltiR Ihe presi
dent or "omethliTK" "I H'e MeiuphU,
Cairo snd Tailucah railroad, he is the ob
ject ol quite a Ihumlcr-jrust ot abuse at
the h.imi of the editor ol the Itlpley
(Tenn.) .Vrici, According to the Aor
the management ot the road has been
hnrt-lfht(',l ami nlt'i'inllr. n -ilillltl.
r j - '
Iniri-nnllv iirririiptnp lix) rhirjetcrl-
ed the elToric to carry forward the work,
And much lli.1t ha bivn done haa "n
inxxl as" ironc lor noueht. And much
more t ald by the Xnrs, Ihe whole con-
titntliiR rather n muyh liulictuiciit
an1ut Mr. Kxtlne Norton, citizen of
New York. The I)yerburg Gaitite, how
ever, comes to the rcjcnoof Norton, and
declares that the abuse of the Stie s Is
mlsatiidletl. "Tlicrulnahli' tndlircrcncc"
that Is charged to the aecouut of Norton,
Is a sin ol omUslon for which the stock
holders, and not Mr. Norton, are respon
sible. "Mr. II. S. McComb holds the
balance ol power lu stock, and can, un
less he has a secret arrangement with
Norton, elect anv sort of a bojrd or car-
ry out any sort of a measure he desires."
Jicucc.tlic Iraittte tnkes the load ol abuse
from Norton's head, nnd adds it to the
Klfantlu heap on McCemb'u head. In
other words, the Ga:cltt is of the opin
ion that Norton has enoush of bin own
sins to answer; to shoulder McC'omb's al.
o. would render his chances of salvation
utirely too problematical. "To Air. Mc
Comb," continues the Ciazcttt, "will be
long the credit ofsucccss, or tho blame of
defeat in hulldlns the Muumhls. Cairo
and l'aducah railroad. Which shall It
COS.. W. J. !YKt:ft AKU RT. I.OI IS.
Col. W. J. Sykcs will visit St. I.ouls
soon, lu tho interest of the Cairo and
Tennessee Itiver railroad. Judging of
St. Louis' liberality from her connection
with the several new railroads on this
side oi the river, he Is not inspired by
hopes of brilliant success ; but ho Is de
termined, nevertheless, to make the peo
ple there acquainted with the character
and prospects of the project, so that If
tncy reruso to extend aid. thev can not
plead Ignorance as the reason ol their
There can bu no doubt ot the fact that
Louis could not make a better Invest-
ment than to furnish tho million of dol
lars that it will require to build the road.
It would open tin to her u vast cotton.
wheat and tobacco country with which,
at this time, sho has no connection what
ever. It would draw to St. T.nnU limn.
sands of hogsheads of tobacco aud bales
cotton that now find their wav tn
Louisville and l'aducah ; aud provide for
ncr ample means tor supplying the peo.
pic or the several counties traveled hr
the road, with the dry goods and grocer
ies, arriculttiral ImnlciiiBiits. etr.. iimt
are nowsupplied by LonUvllle.Nnshville,
Evansvlllo and Cincinnati. St. Louis
would enjoy, in fact. In ao far ns the busl-
ness ot a larae portion of Southern Ken
tucky, West Tennessoo nnd Northern
Alabama Is concerned, an nbsoluto mo
nopoly. But It Is of llttlu use to urge
these or any other fncts. no odds how
forclblo they may be, upon tho attention
OI St. 1.0U18. She Will maintain an nn.
yielding grip upon her money bags, and
permit other nnd less nble localities to do
for her, what she, in equity and fair-deal
ing, is iioumi to do for herself.
A COUplo Of our Missouri xcliniim.a
arc throwing spiral shot mid red-hot
stiarpnel Into each other, In their criti
cisms upon each other's orlhoirraDhY
and grammar. The sloe ia appalled at
wo niuniuiiy or the Jiet for us ntr thn
expression "If ,0 were." "A school
ooy Knows," the Age says, "that a verb
must agree with its nomlnativo in num.
ber and person, nnd, therefore, tho ex
pression should be If he was.' " And to
get even, tho editor or tho lice objected
to the construction of the following sen
tence, Which he found In nun nl tl.n
locals: "Kvervbodv immt lw, ar..
bring their Inst year's tax receipts with
them." This sentence," exclaimed the
Bee, In a vein of triumnh. 'Minuhi .nH
Everybody must bring his or her tax re
ceipts with them." And again. "The
'ige spells u:u, 'lyre.' " The Ittf'rnmo
back, grliu-visagcd uud furious:' "Tho
Ignorant ns ol the Anc criticises our or
thography. Tho same number that con.
tains his criticisms, also contains the fol
lowing: 'Van Aram's great meiisiggcry
andAvirary will be hero on .Monday
next.' " And : "Much Mckness nri-vall
In the hills, chclfly New Monia." And
this : The plcknle ut Mills' grove will bo
uie most, rascnersna allalr of the hcason.
Kveryltody say they will Ihi there.' " And
se on, ad nauttum usyui, ad infinitum, al
most. All of which tends to con firm
what our correspondents and oitreclvcs
have recently rendered uulto apparent.
. : that critics are not idwa vs faultless :
hut, all unconscious of thu beams lu their
own eyes, become greatly exorcised about
me iiioics in inucyes ot others.
JUNT ,tMl UK.tiKKUtM.
Ill deallllL' with the South nn.l will.
Southern sentiment, the New York lUr
uWisnot unfre(juentlyjut and gener
ous. Consplcuosly Is It so lu what it lm
to say of Southern orators. It rcall7.es
how dllllcult It is for (hone IniimUlvo
warm-blooded men to suppress express
Ions f Jove and devotion for a eauso upon
the hucceis of which they staked every
thing, their lives not excepted; aud It
avows a wUHnj-ucss to throw the mantle
of forglvetiet over such men, until time
shall turn the tide f Uouthern sentiment
Into the Ualon channel. '1 1.-. un..n
conquered ; but as it atrorda the wople of
ficaaure to confess that
fact, It Is both Impolitic and ungenerous
In 1 us to bo always Baying 10. The Mem
phis Avalctntk ,repondlng In kind, calls
upon the North to forget In this Centen
nial year, that sha Is coii'iuerer, and upon
,h South tn fitrawt (hut Mxi a roll-
nured. anilnrarea both to reiilve to
mtatm ffMnti i'ltinrfk IM1 nil
Indivisible, no lattier What parly,WluS,or
ITIIU IP JriTIUCIIl.
!Tljrrnrely Intlmatetl that Senator
Morion, of Indltina. is tho father of Hies-
sle Cookton, who, sixteen years ngo,
was found lu a bosket on the steps of
Jerome Cookton's residence, near Phila
delphia. Mls Frances l'eters ot Phila
delphia, a schoolmate of lllessle's, was
engaged to be married to a Canadian Iron,
founder, named Alva KvaiiH. Illessle
saw Ktan. nnd twenty-four hour. later
eloped wllli and married him. Being In-
iortuctl of the pcrtldity ot her rriend and
nlFlnnrnxl. .MUl IVtera retired tn her
room, and with a small (Veil knife opeued
the veins of both her arms. When dis
covered she was deluged with blood and
unconscious. All of .vliieli tends to con-
llrtn the report that ltlesle Is nn Illegiti
mate daughter of Senitor Morton.
AMT. H. K.-A
Catno, III., May 13, lfc.70.
EniTon Bt'LLKits : The disagreeable
iltitv ot brinslii!! bclorc the neonle of
Cairo the claims ot the Cairo and Tenn
essee river railroad, nnd of asking their
assistance, has devolved upon me, I am
fully aware, oi thcdinicultio under which
the pconle of Cairo are laborlnir. and of
the disappointment they have met with
111 regard to railroads, nicy say, ami 1
li.ive nn rr.isnn to doubt It. that thev
have contributed to railroads that have
been of very little service to them, and
that these same railroads have In the
times of their arrivals nnd denartures. It
not In their lrcl"htchanrec. discriminated
against Cairo, arriving, ns they do In the
evening, or at night, and leading In the
morning. They do not run
their trains either accommodation or reg
ular trains so as to bring their
ii.issctiL'ers to Cairo in the mornhiiF and
take them away lu the evening, allowing
them time to make purchases In Cairo.
What Is done In favor of every other city
is refused to Cairo. The people of Cairo
have been so sadly disappointed because
their liberality has been so misplaced, oi
thev think, that many of them exurcss
distrust of all railroad enternrlses. AlmIii.
Ihe taxes arc so enormous, amounting to
i 02 per cent., that they feet unable, if
they had the will, to aid any enterprise
no matter how promising. These things
arc very discouraging, I admit, but In my
opinion, the best mode of relief lor the
people of Cairo, is the building ot the
Cairo and Tennessee river railroad.
Standing still will do you no good; you
must advance or retrograde. Your debt,
though very lurgc for Cairo In Its present
condition, would be light it you could
treblo or quadruple the value of the taxa
ble property of Cairo.
The roads which you now have tend,
in some measure, to take trade from you
and carry It to larger cities. This Cairo
and Tennessee River railroad has no large
city nt the other terminus to take trade
away. It will come here to get the ad
vantages of competition bjtwten river
nnd railroad transportation. Kven now
tobacco is shipped from Cairo to New
Orleans at $2,rQ and SXOO a hogshead,
which Is less than It takes to bring it from
Fulton, Ky., to Cairo, or from Mnylleld
to Padncah. This road would give you a
largo portion of the trade of Ballard and
braves counties, Kentucky, and of Henry
nnd Benton counties, Tennessee. These
counties are comparatively undeveloped.
They could produce three or four times
as much as they do, but even now
the average value of tariu products
In these four counties Is live
million of dollars per annum. The
amount of tobacco now raised Is ten
thousand hogsheads per annum, which
might be easily Increased to twenty
thousand if this road were built. I am
satisfied that the completion of this road
to Paris Tenn., would double tho busi
ness of Cairo, and 1 can see no reason
why flour, pork, bacon and provisions ol
nil kinds, Intended lor Southern markets
may not bo sold as cheap in Cairo ns
anywhere else. As your trado Increases
from the building of this road, trade
which Is now carried from you by other
roads will come back, lor It Is proverbial
that men have to go to a city that does a
largo trade whether they get any better
bargains or not. I do not ask the people
ot Cairo to aid tho people of ICeutuckv
and Tcnncsse in tho huildlnc of this road
on their own account but because I be-
lloyo Cairo will bo even more
bencllted than tho people of Ken
tucky and Tennessee will be, grout ns 1
admit their benefits will lie. 1 am not
asking you to aid them, hut to aid vour.
selves. First, we wish to make our Mir.
vcys and then wo must devise the ways
and means ot bulldlni; the road. I have
only adted Cairo for a snhncrlntlnn m
$200,000 to nuko tho survey, aud thus
far have only gotten $140,000. Certainly
tho remainder can bo raised without dilll
culty. I expeet to return to Cairo by the
23d of this month to hco If I cannot raise
this small balance. This will not 1,1,11,1
tho road. It Is true, but it will be the
first step lu that diroctlon and w ill "ivo
us the means of nseei talnlng the probable
cost of the road from this nin,. 1,. ,1,..
Tennessee river at Johusonvllle, which
Is about one bundled tulles distant.
Although you have not rcall.ed what
you expected Irom tho building of rail
roads, yet 1 11111 satlsllcd the roads nl
ready bulit will ho ot great service to
you, uud the time will come when you
will not regret that they were built uud
that you aided In building them. 1
know this is not tho Impression now lu
Cairo, but luturo events will, I tldnk, Jus
tify tho opinion which I express. I now
even think tho Culro and TeniiesA'o lllver
railroad stands upon a much higher nnd
better basis than any of them, uud will be
of much more service to you. Yours,
Wtt. J. Hvkks,
Allen anti Meat, Artleian ror at
.''NctNXATi, May 12. Allen nd Ooss
this afternoon signed articles for a tight
hejitemlH'i-7, near this city, for fa.noo a
rtaotHSfro Bill-.tfiltHr in iKla.
!f",i.r5''r"''ii .I 'tm
TIIK TOIlAfl'O HILL.
Wasiiimito.v, May 12. Mesers. Cat
II it & Hudson of St. L011N, representing
the line-cut tobacco men ol tho West,
were to-day Inlormcd by Mr. Morrison
nnd Tucker, the latter chairman or the
.ub-commlttce having the revenue blll ln
charge; that tho tobacco mm of the West
need have no serious apprehensions ns to
tho ndoptlon of the bill hy tho committee
even. Tim rlntiu. i.iiwlilnf the iinnblm,
of line-rut was placed III tho hill by the
uenu or the bureau. internal
ltevelille CoimtiMsloncr Pratt linn
stated that he did not know of
the cross Injustice It would bring
about, but had accepted the hill ns pre
pared by the head" of tho different bu
reaus. To-morrow the eommltteo will
lifir tlin 4f 1 .i.it ..nttf Imnm, n.t.l Mm
Spenec of Cincinnati, president ot tho n-
1, mi luiiaeru 111 eiiiineeiioil
with the bill, which l to he brought up
ACTIVITY IX LCllISLATtON.
The house settled down to thn wmk ,,f
laL'I.datlon with renewed netlvltv IfUllllV.
and made great headway lu considera
tion ol the postollleo appropriation hill.
There were 11 irreat inanv mom lin.
crat than Ifepiiblloans'iu their scats
wnen me session began.
itu.MKinAi. Mr.AMiir. 10 misr.vn iiank-
The judiciary committee of the holm.
will next week lepoi tu remedial measure
for the bciicllt ol bankrupts. Thu bill
provides that n transfer of property Is
made prior to iictitlou lu bankruntcv in
good faith, that a transfer shall hold
good, whereas now tho law is to the con
Ilnv. 1lntw1rfplc4 rilni,twt rur !,,. i.,
il'il nil till ll'-lt ltnmi, Ir.it.i lw. f.. ..I....
v... "ii .. .j ...Fin nn; vi.llllll
iil.il nnmilrirlr mi, I U'nj firwt . ,1m n.
u. v,. .if, , i..... i.u. ittci vi, ,111; iiuui ui
the hoii!-o where beheld quite a reception.
Aiierwarus no weui into me spoaKor s
room, and for an hour or more members
were paying their respects to him.
i in: LoriMAXA l.Nvi.sim.vrio.v.
'I'lin fnintiilttpo tn lninatli.nln t...t.
affairs in Louisiana have summoned be-
lore mem wimes-es wnieii will unravel
mint' nf the invstprloa nt tlm f?ri.it-l..,t-
logg usurpation in LouMatin, Casey's
eoinpllclty in the corrupt expenditure of
considerable sums of monev will be es
tablished beyond a doubt.' It will be
further shown that Congressmen D.ir
rell aud-Morey were Implicated in thu
same expenditures ; that Darrell stood in
the breach to protect postmasters whom
he had appointed, from the penalties
of defatilentlon and iiiImho of pub
lie funds. Testimony will be elicited to
show that (irant promised Immunity to
Lieutenant Kutls ot tho Second cavalrv,
who cut the telegraph wires and com
mltted other depredation nirainst tho
State laws, and that in con-equeiico of
mis promi-c, instead ot pclng punished
by tho State courts, he wns court-niar-tfulcd
and escaped with mere eenure. A
deputy scrgcant-at-arms who was sent to
I.niiliihinn n-ltfi fitilitirvmna fn mnn ,!...
.... ...... v ...... v. . . .in... , i i,.r
were down on tho pay-rolls of the ens-
.v.ii nu,i;b ua ivttilill III Mil ilUUUl iV,-
000 one month, has returned with Infor
mation that there are no such person and
W hich Nhnll I Take t
Thislsoltcnn serious question with
the invalid. lie finds the market flooded
with proprietary medicines scores of
which are recommended ns certain cures
for his peculiar ailment. lie reads the
papers, circulars, and almanacs, and
finds each uiutnlnnd by plausible argu-
iiiemn i-t-nintf lorm us virtues nuu ipc-
ciiic action, 'ihe recommendations arc
as strong tor one a for another. The
cures claimed to have been wrought by
one are a w onderful as thoe claimed to
have been wrought by another, lu hN
perplexity nnd doubt, the suirerer is
sometimes Jed to reject all.
But It should be borne lu mind that
this condition of tilings is one that cannot
bu remedied. In a land where nil are
free, the good thu truly aluablu must
come into competition with the vile nnd
worthlcss.and must he brought to public
notice by tho same instrumentality.
nutu ib uurcriumg, in bucu a ease, per
haps the only absolute proof that a
remedy is what It claims to be, Is to try
it. The '"test of a pudding Is thu eating
of it." "Prove all things, hold fast that
which Is good." Is the apostolic injunc
tion. There may, however, be stronger
presumptive evidence in favor of one
remedy than there Is In lavor ol another,
and this should be allowed its due weight.
A due regard to this may save n vast
amount ol experimenting and a useless
outlay of money. As si presumptive evi
dence In favor of Dr. Pierce's
Family Medicines, the proprietor de
sires to say, that they are prepared by
a new and scientific process by which
the virtues ol the crude plants and roots
me extracted without thu use of a parti
cle of alcohol. Not a particle of this dls
troyer of our race enters Into thu compo
sition of cither his Golden Medical Dis
covery or I'ayorlte Prescription. This
consideration alone ought ocrtnlnly to
rank them high ubovu the vile com
pounds saturated with alcohol, Juiuacla
rum, Hour beer, or villager, which uro
everywhere ottered for sale. Again, they
aroot uniform strength, and their vir
tues can never bo impaired by age. They
are also made from Ircsh herbs and roots,
gathered lu their appropriate hcason,
when they uro flush with medicinal prop
erties. In support ot theso claims, tho
following testimony is oll'ered:
It. V. PiKiici:, M. D.:
Dear Mr: I have sold a great deal of
your excellent remedies, and I prefer to
i-ell them before others, beeausu they give
ood satlsloctlon to those who nso them.
I hear such remarks us "Sage's Iteinedy
completely cured me ; it is n splendid
th lug." or, "Pierce's Discovery Is fust
what 1 wanted; I feel better than I
ever did." One of our celebrated singers
uses It tor strcngtldiighcrvoico.and says
"there Is nothing equals It;" uud so I
might give scores of remarks said about
your preparations. A colored woman
was using your Discovery, and nfler tak
ing three bottles was completely cured.
She. being In tho store, said lo me, "1
don't want no doctors 'round mo so long
as I can get the Discovery : It beats ail
your doctors." An so I might go on. I
nm, most respectlully, yours.
Atii a B. CnooKtf.
SOU Book AkouU
Wanted hi Illlnlos lor the new lliiwi
trated Thistle Kditlon of Sir Walter
Scott's Wuverly novels nnd other popu
lar publications. Liberal Inducements to
good agents. Send lor circular and
terms to W. II. Easton & Co., 125 Clark
itreet, lloom 70, Chicago. 1-27-eod-lru
f - 'J-.J
I'ltllAtMiikln Mi-iitliiir n M.lat Deam
lllitl mhI InilrlnicSHciie. Y
Pim.AiiKi.i'iitA, .May 12. A inoic beau
tjlnl nnd liKplrlng scciiutlian thuelly pre
sents now can hnrdlv ho Imagined. The
streets are crowded with eltlens nnd
strangers, among w hom uro man v strange
costumes and brilliant foreign 'uniforms
nresicn. I rom nil the house tops Hags
nre foa lug, and nlmost every building
Ironl al iiil the tirlnclnnl ? I reels nru nro.
luscly decorated with flags and trl-eol-ored
feitoons. Jmli.rd, throughout the
cntiie length ot Chestnut and Market
streo'B nlmost every window and door
way na nits its uag;or group oi nag?.
Already some chmiires are talked of In
previous arranged details of the cximi-
Hon. It Is possible that thu regulation
of demanding n lllty.ceht note or sliver
piece at the gates, Instead ot making
change, or piovldlng tickets, may be
modified ns It Is round not to work to the
entire satlfactlon so lar. An earlier
hour of oiiciilnir and Inter hour nf elm.
lug each day are also talked of, nnd the
vexed question ol Sunday opening will
prouauiy oc opencii inr liu uier consider-
iion untier pressure or public sentiment.
The banquet given bv Sir Kdwanl
Thornton at tho St. Georgu's hall lat
evening was a brilliant and stieco.full
The attendance nt the cxiio-dtlon
grounds is greater to-day than yesterday,
ami apparently uie lino ot visitor) has
fully set In for the season.
W orkol L'Cttlnir mntters In l,:me U lie.
ing pushed rapidly lu Incomplete ilepart
meiiK and nil will be arranged lu n com
paratively short time.
nn: ):miiiiitio. mwiuy.
A mnSS-lucctltlL' to tirotest ninliwl elos.
Ing the exhibition on .Sunday Is In be
held to-morrow evening.
J-Jlt. R. II. CANINE,
OFFICII AND lii:Ml)KNCi:i KIkIiIIi .tr't,
IjCtwmi Wellington and l oniiMiTcial Avcnuv.
wir c.Mito. ii.i.s.
NORTH SIDE OF MOUTH STREE7
Between Waihincton and Commercial
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
r. c. xxuoia,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlnif , Cor. Twolftb Street
and Waahlnicton Avonuo,
tJ"Coiinly mul ItallrolU'ork'o SktIIiv
At liu llilllrll.i O.U-.i
y Ilroo, I'rul'Wnt. II WilU, Cuthlcr.
I. NiU". Vice 1'reVt. T. .1. Kertli, Awl. ah'r
Corner Commerclul Ave. ami Hth Stmot,
r. liroia, uiiro.
1'. .S'eff. (.'iilru.
Win. Uluife, ('Hlro.
Vin Wnirc, (.'aim.
A. SiiiunVn, Cairo, It. l..lllllliiuli-r, W. Louis.
r., i.uuvr, .nuu. ii. ,,t'ii9, i.uirij,
F. II. Ilrliikinua, M. IjiiiIb.
1 Cicnrinl ItnnkliiK IlimliifHa Hone.
trExe)uiiiKe oM and IioukM IiiltrrHt imid
u IheSuilnKi li-.urliiicnt. Collcrtiuiia madr,
i ml nil b'lslneis iiruniitly utten'ltd to.
City National Bank
TV. I. HAM.tUAV, I'resldent.
HKNHV I.. If ALMOAY, Vice Prral.
A. II. SAFFOltl), Cokliltr.
TVAUTKK tiySI.Ul'. Asj't Canliltr.
SlAlTJ TAYLOn, It. II CCHIHNfllUll,
II, I., Halmoay, TV. l If imhay,
'i. 1). WlLLlAUO.V, SlKI'lUN I1IU,
A. 11. SArrono
Gzchango, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
Kl'OSITS received and a gcntlul bunking
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAFKUKH. l'rmldcnt.
h. B. TA VI.OH, Vice 1're.ldvnt.
TV. 11V8I.U1', Hic'vaudTrwiBurcr.
I'. TV. llAlltl.AV, (,'MAS, Oaliuiikii,
f. M, MTOCKILtrili l'AUL (I. HCIIL'II,
It. It. CUKmNOllAM, II. I,. llALMUAY,
J. M. 1'IIILLHH.
LNTKIIKST M on deiioulu at the rute of u
lcra:ut. inr uiiiimii, Mureli Utumt Knptrm
jur Ut. Inttimt not Mrlthdrawn I alill I mirit
1 lately to the jirlnclpal ut tliu iliioIU, tliiuljy
(Ivliit; tlicm riimiioiunl IntrruM.
Carriod Women and Children may
DopoBit Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it,
()n eviry ImtluessiUy tVoiiiVu.iii. to tt p. in
1- fatunluy cvenliun lor wkvlugii ili'lta only
W. HYSIX)P. Treaaurer.
Tl,elut clunre fur kochI iiKrlniltuiid Inmla on
Tkn Ykaim' Lhkiht, at Nix I'Kh i r.nr Inlvrinl.
fiim't run miv rlaki, bulgo tu n country Unit Iuh
iM-en iirornl to be Kood. Hi-.nl uiir uiUir. a by
IHjtlnt card t I-hiiI Com'r ll.AM.lt.lt..
IIiiiIiiikIoii. Iowa, iiin I iii'flvv Inn rniiy ol' Iowa
and NtliranVn Furiuir, wlllu liail of luudii, uml
ow round Irlp ratw. 3-us-w'iin.
J. T. WARREN & CO
Importer mid .IoIiImta or
Foreign Fruits, Amorloan and English Pickles, Catsups, Sauces
Oiiiiiirit OimmU, Hull, NrrdN, (Ivrntnu I'roitnir.
Soup Stuffs, Contlimonts, Flavoring Extracts, etc, etc.,
Fancy Groceries m Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attendod to.
6trKfL!? West Second Street, CINCINNATI.
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquartors for Grocerios
4,000 Rio and Santos Coflco,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molassos,
1,500 bbls White Roflnod Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Roflnod Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ANI OTIIKIt I'UODUCK.
US. to uml 7'J V)n Wlrp... tltX.. .
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial Avonu o
Ailvui'cos iniilo on 'on-lniiincni..
utruct. ol 'filler tnaili-, (.'envfi'aiiri- unl
Collect loin ntlciili to.
Auction .alc Kvcry Satunlay .MornliiL'.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
In llii Urn ml Olil
Which Imb stood tho test of 40
Thoro 1b no soro it will not Heal,
no LanicneHs it willnotCuro.no
Ache, no I'uin, that AfUicts tho Hu
man body, or tho body of a lTorflo
or othor Domostic animal, that
dooH not yield to its mafric touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, 60o. or 81
has ofton saved tho life of a Human
Boing. and Restored to Info and
Usofiilness Many u Vuluablo
-1 f-m1 - I .v tr-1 r .
St. Oharles Hotel,
nm cd to suit m times
Room and Board, 1st and '2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d floor $2.00 Far Day
Special Bataa hy Week or Month.
A llmltcil nilmlicr of very ilrtirulile lumlly
ruunw can be nraiiml iitnasunatjle rutin lor the
'Hit fit. Charlt-a Ii the JarKrit anil but ui)k)lnt-.
il Home in Hoiithvrn Illinois, anil lit thu lrwlins
liuti-l in Cairo. Nutwtllutuuillni; tin- "Itnl
ltock" rnluctinn In prirci, llii- uhlf lll,a
usual, ! lilit-rally miiipllcl with ihiMrry U.l
ori'trrythiiiK Hint can bu luuml innmrkrt.
Fine lurire nuiiiile ioiimh fur mininircUl tra
tleri, on tirouuit Hour, frwof cliarirr.
0"AII ijaeKaKcorKiiintH confji-l tnsnllrom
thu hotel without rlnut'o.
JIJTVUTT TVII,ro. & CO. ,
K, J. Aynt. 8. v. Ayrta.
AYRES & CO
No M Ohio Iaivw,
7' C If.
BOX and BASKET OO
All kliula hard uud noil,)
FLOORINO, SIDING, LATH, Sta
Mill aad Yrd,
Jomer Thirty-Fourth Street and
UO.l N. ntliNlrrrt, Nl. I.oiila, Ha,
lA'udlnis ralabliahiiu-nt of the Wet. III,KA'lt
IN(i. HVi.Mi, AI.-li:illMl, and all kliiiln ut
MUtlni'i' TVorkdonlroinplly. I'lnstiT IUooIh
lor Hale. Lliiiwapald on KnoiUm ul na. Send
lor I'lulia. l-Si'dAwIm
rho Fooplo's Rcmody.
ThoUnivorsal Pain Ext aotor.
Noto: A.k for FoBd'a Extract.
Take no other.
"llinr; for I will tvrak ut ncilknt tlilnxi.'
InJ itrlea to Man or UraAU,
ui rails. Ilrula.
Slrnlna, rfiiralni, Contu-
trnclarin, Cutu, Ijuxt'
U-ii up Iripl.A U"V.i.H.t-
lllcnlliiK I.iii'iici), or
ri..lttlr.inr III I
pTaa Blrd,aml lilwd-
in tiuinj nr Irtlb.
VumilluKur Blood ant
f lM - lllcollnc I'ilM.
lllinn run, (Infallible )
... "' .".....1 w mvr
I i cnntiiiiiK orsorenuii,
Nlltfllrii or horrncni,
1 jinilHiifn. ru.M n.v
Hur TliruMt orUulnny,
I In, AKlhran.
Horoor In(lanil Kyfi
Culnrrli, Ia-ucoitIk a ,
, lllarrtim, Iljttnirrr.
iHwr .Mpplra, Ind.rn.J
I'nluriil or too I'roIu
..Ullk l.i'k-. Or.rltn DU
, run hdiI Turner..
.-ibIIiib ,n.l fiicorla-
Uonuf InfunU. or
- - . . . - - . , j...
lnrip.il rir f nfTMm.f l'l-
lllrrra, Old Horr. Inttr-
Bolla, C'arbunclM, Tu-
mir. . finl Kv-llln...
t'orin ami lluklona, Chal-
I mi or core rt.
I dl (1U.
rliin orTVhitloir, Fro.t-
nl Limb or 1'arta.
MoMfUlto Bim, Innect
.-uihk, i.naiji lumi..
I'O.VII'N i:XTlt..T roraalrtiyall rirat.
:ina rtiscll,anil rucouinietnlni by
nil Drurgbiu, I'liy.lcUn., ml vmry
lioity l,o Iih rrr im-il it.
l'Miiihlil ruiitalnluK III. lory ami Ur.i mall-
I fnr- on aiillcnilnn, IT not loiili.l t your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
rw York uml I.ontlun.
H lr-rt. -h.
Charttrnl by thf
Slate of Illinois
for Uie Miirr5u
imrior o itivinn
in an una m (irnair, ciironlr, ami urlusrj'ill-nnu-t
in all their ciiiupllralol forum. II l tll
I.110WI1 that Ir Xaiura ha twill at tin' lnml ir
lh jirofonlon for Ihe )l ' yr. Air and
nnrifiicfuii-.i! linimrtant. Nemlnnl Wnilt
iieNM, nlh-ht !iin-i by ilrra'iii ilinil nn the
face lost manlnHxI, run "llli ly be cunnl
Iji'lld wantini; tlm liunl ilcliralc attentlnn, call
nruritv, I'liiwaiil hniiiu fnr luilniH. A liouk
fur the mllllun. Marriage tilihlv. wblrh lU
you all about thcteillwutowlio ihauld marry
-why not IUiint to pay pnt.irc. nr. Jaiuta
haal'l rnuiiK nml luirlur You e no one L lit
the doctor Dllicc hour, 'i n.m. In 7 p.m Sun-ilay-,
In la li. All buslut'9 alrictly conlMcn
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WaahlnirtoD tad Oommeretal
Avennea, adjotnlnir Hanny'a.
KKKI'S for mile the bent Rfef. Perk, Mutlon
Teal, Ijiinb, Saiiuge, Ac., and l pro
prj'l If rre fnmlllra In an aiwritabln manntr
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by tho oar-load,
ion, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
aromptlv attended to.
HfirTo largo oonsumora and all
aianufaoturors, wo aro prepared
:o aupply any quantity, by th
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
O-IIalllduy Uro, 'a onlce, No. 70 Qhlol.evea.
Ci-llairiday llro.'a wuart'boat,
LfM Kirypthm Mills, or
IJ-At tlivLoal Dump, foot of ThlitpKlgli
13-I'oM Ouli-e Uruvrcr. M.