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Taia rial fall antra National Dm
Thi XtIonl Democratic Committer, to
whom lidelKtil the power o( fixing the
Wmc and plate of holding the National Pen-
ucratlc convention ot 1870. have appointed
Tuesday, the tiventyieventb, day of .Itine
next, noon, at the time, ntnl irleried St.
Louli aitue Jilaie ot holding Midi imivft-
Each State Mill be efttltle.l to rejreen
tattoatqual todauble the number il it
atuton mkI reire40tithck lo the con
fret Ot the I'olted State: and the leril
toryof Colorado, whn.tc aduiiitlon In .Inly
a, a State will five It a tte la the next
electoral collie, Iialioliultedto rend del
agates to tiie convention.
Democratic, Comenatlte and other rttl
jintolttie Tnlted State, lrrepoellre of
put political aioctatloni, de!rlii' to co
operate with the Democratic party in lie
preaent eUorti and oh)eet. ar cordially In
vited to Join Id tendlnj; delegate lo the
national eonrentlon. Co-operation ii do.
tired from all pernon who would change
an administration that ha tiiB'cred the
puhllc tredlt to become and remain Inferior
to other and !ei favored mtlous ; hat per
mltted commerce to be taken away by for
elge powert ; lia atifled trade by tinjuit,
UueqHol ami nrnlclou l2liltlon ; hae
tmpoeed unuiual taxation and rendered it
moil huroewome ; his changed growing
proipcrlty Into widespread cufferlni; and
vantihai ojuaDdered the publlo moneys
reckUiIyand dctUntly, and haraclc-ly
uiedUie power that tiotild hare been stvII t
to pnUh crime, to protect it.
Ft tbete and other rcaiom the national j
Deocratlc patty deem the public danger
raiment, and earnestly dcttrmi. of "retir
ing o our country the uleulogf of an
comical, ptire and "free government,
aordjy Invite the co-operation of their
fellOtfltizens In the ertort to attain thl
objet Thou. Walker, Ala'.ama.
WiUlia. Barniim, Connecticut
Cuirit. Dyke, Florida.
A. It. vton, oni
U. 31. m, Iowa.
ifenrv Mcllc7. htLtucky.
Henri- Ode- oul.lna.
h. D. iSwea-Maine.
WinurA. forc Mlshlgau.
Ino. G. Vf MLsouri.
Geo. U Kelr.k.i;
Tho H. llms, Nevada.
M. V. B. Icrly, .Vcw Hainp,0r,..
into, j-'.uuvii'iit .icn ticrvev.
M. W. ywm, North Carolina'.
John (i Tiompiou, Ohio.
ame. Keller, Oregon.
Jamei- Uarr. renDiylranla.
A'lcbo VanslycW, Knode bland.
Thot.(' Almoin, South Carolina.
tVimn B. Bate, Tcnncee.
loci Blair Hogt. West Virginia.
Owrp H. I'aut, Wiieoniin.
-no0U M. Pattcnon, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCHELl., .New York,
KhKDRICK O. I'ftixck-, Macaacumttl-,
Secretary National Democratic Com.
Wasuingto.v. KebruaiT K. lSTt;.
Hon. John H. Aiaii- ol Stephenson
county, aspire to a place on the Hepub
Hcan ticket. at a candidate for lieutenant
Calvin Zaklky, one of the proprietors
of tin- Joliet Sijml, died on the lltli Inst.,
In the fiftieth year of his ajfe. lie had
maintained a connectloti with the Signal
during a period of thirty years .
Tni. council did right in postpolJiii;
indefinitely the consideration of the ordi
nance to prohibit the uw of steam on the
rallroadt within the city limits. The
tallroad companlea would have ellsre.
Kariled It, and law (iltlie city until doom's
Hokick Wiiitk, the editor or the Chi
tKO Tribunt, exonerates Hon. Shelby .M.
Cnllom from any complicity in the
crooked whisky busineM. It Mr. White
h gulltlctj of a purpose to injure Mr.
CullonVi Handing at a Republican, why
did he do this f
CaKL pRKTZEL't MuitrattJ U'ttkly J
the only paper hi the We. t that file the
name of John A. Lojran for president.
The Weekly Is devoted to fun and the
cracking of practical Jokes ; but the pub
lis is left in the dark as to the editor'
animus In this case. 7 he probability Is
that the fellow U "In earned."
CfcKiAiN singing pedagogues want
I'rof. Ktter to recommend to the next
general atcmbly huch an auiendiucnt or
the school law as will make vocal musio
a branch ol ttudy hi the public schools1
Wo do not know whether the profrssor
will make audi a recommendation or not
but we arc quite conildent Hint tho
amindintnt will not be made.
T HKSt.Louls tupubllca,, Is a good ieWs.
paper, but Its humor is not onlv i.h
but daugcroug. Not long ago It got olf
imeui "gowi imilg," at the cxiwiisc
or Stllson Hutchius and Hteltus Price
spoke of the shots that lluwhlm fired'
Into Price's mouth, and concluded by
aying that Price wai carried home dau
gerously wounded. The paper fell lm0
the hands of a married lady, a neurnla.
tlveol Price, residing hi Stoutland, .Mis.
ourl. hhe read the "funny paragraph,"
and fell beadlomr from her clmlr i
awoon. Her husband
were called;-, but n fuw minutes i.lttr con
clousneu wm n-slorcd she showed
ymptomsof being lu premature labor.
CoiiruUlous aoon succeeded, and nil tf.
forU of the physician rould not prevent
anabortlan. The lady Is still 11,1,,,., i
a precarious condition, but hos ro c.
tertalned that (.he will recover.
At scon as the excitement calmed
down the paper was examined, and the
account of the shooting of Price was
ftmad to be a pure sensationalism, got.
tan up solely as a burleiouc (n Mr
TIIK HKI'I'BI.IOAN HOMTKH.
The KrpliMlcftti State ronvonllnn will
beheld In Springfield on the '-Mlh Inst
The Stair JUttrMU who will be there'
adding to each name a little scrap or per
sonal hWtory. For Instance, it wys
John A. Logan will be there; and adds
that If John Isn't a silent partner In the
whisky rlug, all Indications fall, and he
has been slnnularly unfortunate In the se
lection of his friend'.
,t. f. Wnnl, an cx-Statn senator, will
be thciv. He U under Indictment for
complicity with the whlky ring.
Frank KaMman, an ox-Chligo po!
master, will U there. He. too, Is under
Indictment for crookedness.
Dan Muuii, ex-revenue suiwrvl'nr, will
bo there. He Is under Indictment at
Springfield, i hlcago, Milwaukee and St.
I.otu for defrauding the revenue.
Dave Llnegar well, wc omit what the
llttMrr says of Dave, ror we feel lr
suaded that he will not le In attendance.
John Harper, I. S. collector lor the
Northern district, who was Indicted tor
"conveying" SIW.OOO or public money,
will lie there; and so will W. H. liar,
per, the sound Republican who
"pouched," $25,0(10 or the fees recehed
by him as chief grain Inspector at Chi.
Phil Wadsworth, an cx-Clileago reve
nue collector, who is under indictment
for crookedncs, will answer "Here."
J. Young Scammon, who was Indicted
for misappropriating moiiey of the Me
chanic's National bank, will be there to
sustain the "grand old party."
Gill J. Burr, the Republican treasurer,
who has lx.fi i ptiblUed n a defaulter,
will be there.
(.'barley Farvvcll.of the Indian ring, of
the WhUky ring, ol the Chicago cu-toni
house ring uml of the draw-poker rlug,
will be there mid c-all the convention to
Hen Campbell, I nlted .Stale Marshal
of the Northern DUtrict or the St.tte.
whose soii-in-l.iw, O'ci. Uabcock, nar
rowly escjiped tlic ieiiltcnllary, und who
is croiiftlly convicted by public opinion
of blackmailing Mls Sweet, the Chicago
pension agent, will probably be In at
tendance, iu will alto be his partner In
crime and in politic.!, J. Kusscll Jones.
Tlicte is Mime doubt u to thu attend
"" or Jake Kehin, Bull'.ilo Miller and
Hcsslng. tor tiwy have pleaded guilty to
robbing the government and they may
lie sentenced any day.
ThcMJCovlcs and Jill the Icdcral ollicc
holders In Ihu StatyVlhe ruvuuuc collect
ors, ieii!;loi, agents, K)t-tnaster., mar
shal?, ballifls, a liu't of Indicted store
keepers and gangers, will be present and
form the Illinois Ilepublicau State ''on
vention. A tliere are about six lights
in the icr?oual references given
above, we take occasion right
here to declare that wc adopt none
of them as our own; we arc In no manner
responsible, and believing It iiUlythat
somebody will be oflended liecausc of the
reproduction of the "slanders" In the
BuLLintx we now and here most humbly
MORTO.VM KLOonV M1IIRT COM
It Is announced in the Washington cor
respondence of the St. Louis Timu that
Morton has his Mississippi outrage com.
mlttee fixed up just as he wanted It.
uoutwell, the mot narrow-minded tana.
tic in the Senate, is chairman, and the
clerkship has been bestowed upon that
notorious, ami unhesitating liar, Jim
Jtciipatli. A healthy rejiort will this fel
low write up for the Radical malorltv In
the committee to sign. Hut wait until
yon read the report. Itha been a long
time since P.edpath's genius as a ltadical
manufacturer of hideous and monstrous
statements has had anything like full
swing, lie will tiring to his pending
task ten years of accumulated fertiiitv.
of nionomanlacal imagination and a de
cade of plied up exuberance of tanatlcaj
fancy, He will wade knee deeti in nud.
dies of negro blood, right In the public
nign ways or .Mississippi. He will stand
agtutst at rows ot trees bearlnp hountprms
fruit of lynched Africans of adult statue,
and every fence-slake for miles and
miles a he Journeys will be garnished
with the Impaled form of a naked
colored Infant. He will zin.1
a wild expanse of desert waste In Missis
tippi peopled by a race of savaio whit
men with long hair and longer knives,
whoc chief amusement is to hunt down
and slay the peaceful, ittlned and InM.
lectual trcedmcn. lie will discover In
Mississippi a nice ol bcaulltul and nr.
oouiiilifihcd colored ladiv.
drag out a miserable existence in
daily and nightly fear of a fate worse
uiau death at the hands of rov
ing bunds of pale-faced marauders and
assassins. He will say that the courtly
and virtuous carpet-bagger is Kytteuiatl
cully hunted fiom hU home, ami
wrenched from the bosom m' hh family
by M tret leagues of full destroyers, call
ing thcmselvei, grand turle am! sm-h
like cabalistic designations. This Is tho
ort of thing that Mr. Morton exccb his
committee to find out in Mississippi,
Ami in the selection of Kcdnath to pnin.
cer the thing, ho has displayed all the
sinister sagacity lor which he is prover-
Hut, wait tor thu report. II von want
In sec richncM.
A Ku'i'ni.iCAN mass meeting was held
ht Capo Girardeau, u lew days ago, at
hlcli there were present Just "twelve
uewiit Itepubllcaiu." Pending a motion
to upiHi'mt UI, cxwullvu committee, Mr.
Casebolt, e.n,or of l0 Marl)o cl,y Km
insisted with much earnestness that, inas
much as the negroes polled a large vote
in Iho county, at ita,t onc cgro aUoud
bo placed uppn the committee. Uwis
Meyers, local of the "heartily con
curred with the gentleman," and
promptly nominated Mr. Casebolt as the
wan. Tho vote was put, and amidst u
Prlect roar of laughter, carried uuani.
mously. The "Joke" was such u good
one the convention adjourned to the beer
garden, and didn't go homtf until morn-
I'iik lMnl or county mmmMoiier.s
and the tolleelor or Pulaski county; ami
the mayor or Mound City, arc quite In
dustriously engngeil inst now In the veil
filiation or each other's nlllcial record.
The people complain that they tire great
ly oppressed becaue or the collector's
relentless persistency In the collection oj
the taxes. The collector excuses hlmseir
by declaring that he is nctlng under the
onlers or the commissioners, who lnlst
that he shall make llual settlement on the
third Monday in June. 7'he comnils-lon-eis
reply thai the collector mlslates the
raet; that the law, and not the board,
ll.xcs the day of otllenient. and they
could not extend the time, however
much they might delrc lo do o. And
the mayor of Mound ( Ity, throws n
broadside Into the eoti,tnl'ioncr Irom
another direction. He charge upon
CommUsloners Lewi- and Kdoii, that
they lavor the oeiilng or a wagon road
from Villa Hldge lo Cairn, to run upon a
line that will cut Mound ( ity
off trom lK)th the country and
Cairo. He further charge that
the board dlcrlminatc. againt Mound
City otherwise, especially In the repair of
road and bridges. Ol these and other
facts the Mayor declare he i personally
cognlz-ant. Mcssr. Lewis and Kdson
bring matters to a direct ltie by pub
licly declaring that Mayor Frlgana "is
cognizant of no such thing;" that they
have not favored the opening ot a Cairo
and Villa Hldge wagon road, and never
heard of such n project ; that the board
has not discriminated against Mound
City or any other portion of the county,
and that the Mayor's charge to the con
trary Is wholly unjustifiable and untrue.
And so on and so forth.
The controversy is full of spice and
highly Interesting to local reader', but
the county, in its reputation abroad, Is
Tin. New Vork HnvM has a corres
pondent who "dogs" Dom Pedro's every
step, reporting every word he says, even
the most trival and common-place re
mark he addresses to any member of his
uttc. On the way to California a Piute
thief nbti tided hlm'elf upon his majesty's
prociicc, and the correspondent gives
the conversation that ensued: "Where's
your moccasins ':'' impiim the cmic
ror. "(lot none go bare foot." replied
the undaunted sou of thelorc-t. "An in
diau Is no Indian at all without mocca
sins," relolncd his majc-ty, whereat there
was a hearty roar of laughter, and the
two great chiefs ieparated. And ol like
stuir' Is the entire correspondence,
which costs the lltmil at the rate of two
hundred dollars )er column.
Uair ta Itir Onlenulnl-l'rialtrliir
la I ha f. O. lcpnrimrnl-t lr Nil
irema Court The Stprnk-rlili
Randall and C'oa, Ktr.
(OrjrrojKiii'kict of the (.airu Illl.llTiN J
Wasiilvotox, I). C, May I.'. Is70.
Congress having accepted an Invitation
to Join in the opening ccrcuionle- of the
the members have betaken themselves to
Philadelphia lor the purpose, and to-day
the halls or the two houses present a de
serted appearance. The Democratic
members considering the great depression
ol the business or the country and the
troubles that are now overwhelming the
people, felt it a tacrlllce to spare the time
from their duties In congress; but It Is the
Centennial of freedom's birth our herit
age! and the admiration of, and a bea
con light to the oppressed of all lands
they therelorc felt it a duty to be present
at the opening of the celebration. It H
an auspicious time a time for healing
old sores and old wounds, and effacing
even the scars of the body politic and
binding In a closer tie, and llrmcr than
ever, the communities that form this ex
ampler of a great people governing and
controlling themselves. May these Cen
tennial proceeding redounds to the glory
and perpetuation and good ol our Insti
tutions. Tin: i-osTorncK hkiakimi:.t
is one ol the fulcrums on which one or
the most effectual lladlcal corruption
levers has been sustained, and through
Its special agents, route agent, potal
clerks, postal mes-crn'em. letter
post master, and many other ofllclals, It
has craatcd a political luverairo timt u
simply stupendous and startling when
one looks at it. No wonder then, that
the corruption nartv is alarmod. nn.i
throwing itself In the breach, endeavors
in cnoKe on me endeavors ot the Demo
cracy to lop oll'miich of the excrescences
of this hot-house of Itudleallsm. The
minority In the house have iloni; nil in
their power to obstruct tho passage or
the postolllce appropriation bill, and it
is predicted that it will not nass Hie umi.
ate without being clogged by amend
ment ihat will reiililrn lie.-ivi'
lures to carry them out. The Demo.
cracy is determined to make a struggle In
uie interest or economy, ami to lop oil'
useless service. It Is expected that aev.
cral of the appropriation bills w ill be hand.
leu iieiwccu Hie two linucs, up to a very
late hour of the session.
Asstrangeiiaitniaysceiii.lt i, never
thclcs true, that almost every
on iciAi. 1 1 1 1 1: i
U trying to escaiKj uu investigation by
the houpu of representatives, by oll'oiw to
procure an Indictment by thu grand Jury
orthls district, doubtless believing they
stand a better chance with Judges aud ju
ries ofthe court than they do with the
hoiisu and its. committees. Strange
things have occurred in the courts lately.
THE V. H. hlTI!i;.; COUIII
adjourned Thursday, until October next
The Kcsslon has been an arduous one, In!
volviug unusual labor and care, as thure
has been more than the usual number ol
eases disposed of some of them very
Important. Two hundred and six opin
ions have been delivered, and three hun
dred and thirty have been disposed ol
during the term. There arc still on the
docket nine hundred and seventy-three
The health ofthe estimable
HI'KAKKIt or TIIK HOUHi:
Mr. Kerr, has not Improved and he ha
telegraphed Mr. Co asking the house to
extend his leave of nbeiifr another' ten
day. Ho has expre;ed hf intention m
resign the position of speaker, if not con
siderably Improved In health ly the ex
piration or that time. Ills' physicians
have told him that he cannot gather
sticngth while he perforins the duties of
speaker. In event that Mr. Kerr should
resign the speakership, It I believed the.
struggle will be renewed lor the position
IMMIAI.I, .tM con
both have very ardent Irlends, nud each,
It I said. Is anxloii tor the posltlom
It I fortunate that the Pcmoeraey have
o much good mateilal for this poItion.
hut unrortunute that during thee lioule
lou lime rival rle and healed conlet
should occur. Mr. Il.uidull' friends
claim that a he was the next hlghet
candidate at the comnieiiceincnt of the
seion, It l due to him lo give him the
position now ; that while he could have
been Illy spared ftoin the floor during
part of the sesMon, that hi thorough
knowledge of the rule ol the house, tho
manuals ami parliamentary uagu gen
erally, will make him mote uclul to thu
country and the party, at the close cf the
session, than nny other manlier could
belli that portion. .Mr. rox' trlcnd
claim that he is equally a experienced
and ready In iiarliauienlary luetic a Mr.
l'amlnll, and !' ' "" rj-i..a
the olinli. It would he unjut to remove
htm therefrom ami InMall another In his
stead It u to be .sincerely hoped that If
Mr. Kerr is comiKdlcd to resign, that his
successor will b- (jutetly and amicably
Judge lllsck created much amusement
in the Mjtiite while defending Belknap,
w hich the presiding olltccr found dllllcult
to restrain. Judge Knot was learned and
concise. Judge Hoar was both prolouud
and eloquent. W. II. M.
Tin- 1'iililn- lrliilrr.
(s. lAitilt Uriillhllrjiu.)
If the congressional printer at Wash
ington Is not the "biggest toad In the
puddle," it is at least to be .-aid to his
credit that he managed to keep up with
there! ol'lheni. No wonder he stood on
bis dignity in the matter of answering
question about the management of his
ollice. Ills oIHimj -ccuis to have been n
cavern for swallowing the public moneys.
This public printer has been hi thu habit
of charging IV) to 121 per cent, over the
regular rate for the piloting of tho de
partments; he has bought his supplies
through middlemen, l.ivorilc , mi doubt,
so as to give theiii a prollt on his pur
chases; uml bcldes till-, the house committee'.-report
ajs he Is Uiillt lor his
position, ami his subordinates are no
better. The reiKiit recommends that the
public printing be let out on contract,
that the present pi inter be Indicted by
the grand-Jury, and that the government
printing ollice lie abolMicd.
Blaine on tlic "llHBUed tliltf"
Gloomy I'rixpccl lor III- tirnll
until Irom .Sfitlur.
V.ii,mihi.. Mav II. The Jtlaiue In
vestigation, which begins to-morrow, is
the sole tonic of conversation to-night.
Harrison, Millard ami the two Wilsons
are litre. Millard corroborates Harri
son's story und will swear that Kolllns
did mako the statement attributed to
him. Kolllns will arrive this morning.
It issald to-night that he Intends toswear
that he did say what Is attributed to him,
ami furthermore that It is the truth.
A. G. Kiddle to-morrow publishes an ex
ceedingly lengthly card in which he en
deavors, and to some extent does, prove
old Knowlton's story to be true. Letters
trom tllll'erent jiersons are produced
which almo-t squarely give the lie to
Blaine's natcmeiit that he never received
any bonds in Lawyer Stewart's olliee In
Total disbursement of silver coin to
New counterfeit tens ot the Stain bank
or Terre Haute, Ind., and lives ol the
First National bank of l.ouUvllle, have
IIAIIIII.VOTON SOS 1ST.
No doubt Richard Harrington, under
indictment in the safe-burglarly ease, has
fled the country. He is thought to he in
Canada. The extradition trentv with
Knglaiid does not apply to the olieim; of
conspiracy wiin which lie i charged.
Nkw Oki.i:a.vs, May U.-Quiti; a num
ber of leading Kadical politicians or this
State, including Kellogg, hold a confer
ence at Washington to-morrow, when
they will doubtless declaie lor Morton
as their choice for next president. Lend
ing negro politicians have already been
Instructed to use every ellort tor Morton,
anJ are doing It with but little success, as
llristow's course has won lor him hun
dreds ol votes In the negro ranks.
COI.. CItKIIS WITllllltAWS.
Mcl.UANsnor.o, May 1 1. ( ol. Cretan,
of Carml, has withdrawn hi name us a
candidate lor congress In Iho N'lueteunth
dl-trlct, leaving nil tollon. It. W.Town
heml. 1 mm
&3rSanroril (l-'la.j Journals Wm.
hlrine, ol l ort Held, 1, trying tlio experi
ment ol raising six ciops of Irish pota
toes oirthu same plcco of .'round in one
year. On tho Itli or last November he
planted thu first ciop, and on January II,
( ug a lino crop and planted again.
About thu llrst ol March they were dug
and another crop planted, aud now he Is
diguing the third nud plantlntr tho fourth
lie savs thi'V limn ni..-.i.,.,i tlnn .. r.m
bushels to t in acre, and should hi: mic
ceed hi gelling even two more crops dur
ing the next six months, it will run the
giumi u-cnigU lip to iKJU llllSllClHtO lllC
ir-Thc largest block or coal ever
mined In America passed over tho Mu-
lit I ,wa .w M,cck -'oniKiiel to 1'hll
adelphial, to lie place on exhibition at
tho Centennial. It was mined nt tho Dra
ijer col Icry. near Ullberton. As shipped
t weighed 141 tons. Its dimensions uro
u feet by Of. It va, when llrst cut
much largpr.Tiiit could not be taken from
t'lly or t'Hlro,
colored and varnished, for sale at hall
price (t-i,M) at (he Hi'm.kiin ofllee.
HIiIiIiMimII I THlie ?.
Tills la olfeh if serious ipleittol uilh
the invalid. He IliliN t lit in.iil.cl Hooded
with proprietary medicine, score of
which are reeomtnended n (citnln ( uie
ror hi peculiar ailment, lie rends the
papers, circular., mid almanacs', mid
find each fii'laliied by plausible argu
ments elllng torth Its virtue und sie
ehlc action. The recommendation me
a strong lor one as lor another. The
cures claimed lo have been wrought by
one area wonderful n tho-e claimed to
have liecn wrought by another. In hie
perplexity and doubt, the rmllerrr Is
SOliletiuie led to reject all.
Hut it should be borne In mind that
llii- condition of things Is one that cannot
be remedied. Inn land when nil arc
free, the good -the duly valuable intit
come into cnuipetitioli Willi the vile ami
worthle.:iiid inn-t he brought to public
notice by the ame lutrumeiitnllly
which Is tuhtrlUing. In such a eaFe, iH r-
hap the only absolute proof that a
remedy I what It claim to be. Is lo Ity
It. The "lest of n pudding is theeatliig
of It." "Prove nil thing, hold faMthat
which 1 good." Is the apostolic injunc
tion. There may, however, be stronger
pieuniptive evidence in favor of one
remedy than tliere 1 In lavor ol another,
and lid should bit allowed Itsilue weight.
A due regard to this may avc a va't
iMiirit ol CXpCtlllK'liltiiM "inl ' "duL.tfij
outlay of money. A :i prcsumptlvu evi
dence hi favor of Dr. Pierce's
rauill Medicines, the proprietor de
sires to say, that they are prepared by
a 'new and sclentlilc process iy which
the virtue ol the crude plant. and root
ale oMincted without the u-cof a parti
cle of alcohol. Not ii particle ofthl di-
troyer or our race enter- Into the compo
ltlou of either hi Oolden Medical 1I
covery or Favorite Prescription. This
consideration alone ought certainly to
rank them high above the vile coin
pounds saturated with alcohol, Jniuacla
rum, sour beer, or v .linger, which are
everywhere tillered for sale. Again, they
are ol uniform strength, aud their vir
tue can never be Impaired by age. 'I hey
are nln made from fresh herb ami roots.
gathered In their appropriate seaon,
when they are flu-h with medicinal proi-
crties. In uppoit ot the'o claim, the
following testimony Is ollered:
Nr.v.i:k-. N. J.
1!. V. Pii.iitr., M. D. :
Dear Sir: I have fold a great deal of
your excellent leinedie. and I prefer to
.sell them betorc others, because they give
good .-ati-lactlou to tho-e who u-e them.
I hear such remarks a "Sage's l'einedy
completely cm ed uie; It is a splendid
thing :" or, "Pierce's Discovery Is fn.t
what I wanted ; I feel better than I
ever did." One of our celebrated singers
ii-c.s it tor stieiigthlog her voice, and says
"there is nothing equals It ;" and so I
might give scores of remarks said about
your preparations. A colored woman
was u-liii' your Discovery, and after tak
ing three bottle was completely cured.
She. being in the store, said to me. "I
don't want no doctors 'round me so long
as 1 can get the Dicovery; It beats all
your doctor." An so I might go on. 1
am, most respcctlnlly, your.-.
Atiia 15. ('hooks.
JJR. R. H. CANINE,
oiTin: A.viiitKsini.va.i i.iKt.ii( str t,
hettvifii WanhlnRtnu und ComitorrUl Avunie.
wir c.viiio, n.i.
TT ft. DRISBBXJJrt
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STIIEE1
BotwtJdO WaubinKton and Commercial
C. N. HUGHES,
0?sr atathusi ft UM't.
VTO.VK hut k'irat-Cloaa 0,uiiauln rei.tf
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, up. stairs.
The Oldtit Eatabllahed Airenoy In Bout
em Illlnola, repreaentlntr ovir
185 OOO 000
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Outtoring a Spocialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn
Lightning Itoda, Fumpa,; Stovos
Jobbing Promptly Dona.
uo. s. UtliNlreel, St. I.oiiIn, Mo.
Jitullny Hiuhliihini-iit nrtlin'XYt-kt, III.KAl II.
... '! "'i Ai.ir.iimu. ami uu kimiK in
Allllliu-rx W(Liloiii-iriiliiil.V. riil.tcrlllocU
. i.ir. lltli K l"til oil uihi'IQ iriu ih. rtrnil
1'ir rim" i.'.'v.ixuiiii
J. T. WARREN 8c CO.,
Importers uml .Icilihors of
Foroiyn Fruits, Amorlcan and English Pickles, Catsups, Sauces
t'liiilirtl tiiMiiU, I lli, Ni rtls. tli-rmnii roitiirr,
Soii SliifTs, Coniliniuiils, Flavoring Exlrncls, etc., elc,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety .
Orders by Mall Promptly Attended to.
04 and GO Weal Second Street, CINCINNATI.
irt tin AmI i.vv
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 lilida New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bblb Wlillu rtoflnod Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rico,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ash oiiu.it mourn ,
r.V 7Q and ?! Vina sir.M't, ;t. o.
WINTER & STEWATIT.
REAL ES TATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commercial A.vonuo
Ailv:WC lii:iilc on iiiiiniiliinil. A l
(.trad ol Title; iiiaili', ( 'eiiciuicc uml
I '(illt'ction atlemli'il to.
a'iti:ntios' to iii-.si.nks.! ami
Auction .ak Ilwry Saturday Mornlnif.
V Urn.-, Prralilrllt. II U'i'lll, Cuilllrr.
I'. .NciT. Vice 1'un't. T. J. Krrtli, Ami. luti'r
Cornur Commercial Ave and Hth 3trot,
K. IIiox, (.'aim Win. Klii.-i-, Talrn.
I'. Nttr, ( uln. Wm WolK( ilr.
,. SiiunLa, Cairn. It I., limine. ley, t l-ml.
I . liiiili-r, Cairo II. Will.
f II. llriiiLinaii, -t. liul.
i (J(ii)iiil Kimkiiiir ll(mliii' lloiif.
Sl'KxcliJiim'tolilnnil tiiiiiglit Intrfcil I'.il'l
n thi'.'-niliiin Ht'iiflrtiiiHil ( iillmioni ual,
i il nil lj'ltlnn )ioinilly utli li'lcl to.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - $100 ,CO
W. ! IIAI.I.IIIA V, I'rnMrul.
IfK.NUV I.. IIAI.l.tUAV. Vi(r IMril
A II SAKFOItn. Culiltr
Al.TKIt 1IVBI.U1'. Ai'l Ll.l. r.
HrAATH TAYIOK, It. if CCHMNOIUM,
II. I.. HaI.LIIUY, W V II ILIUAV,
.. II. WlI.LUMSOM, Slil'lltN J till .
A II. HArroiui
Bxobango, Coin and United Statoo
Bonds Bought and Sold.
KI'OSITS rrclvit1 ami a genrral IhiiLIhk
CHARTERED MARCH ill, 1860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. II. SAKKOllIJ, I'rcuWint.
S,H. TAYLOIt, VIu rrnlilciit.
W. IIYnl.Ol', Ba:'y ami 'J'rtamircr.
I'.W IlAllCLAY, CIIA9 GAMIJIIEII,
V. M. hTOCHrLEUt, 1'adlO M iiuii,
It. 11 (JL'X MINGIIAH . II I, 1ULLIIIAV,
INTKIIKST uill on ili'poalti at tbc ratu of a
jiiTwnt i'r annum, March lat ami .Stiti-m
xt IM. Interest not wllhilrawn la uiitil liiunu
liuti ly to tliu iriucial or lliu ilc-ji.ilt, ihinliy
liviiiK tlii'ln roiimoiiiKl Inlcrcat
Marriod Womon and Children may
DopoHit Monoy and no ono
oIbo oan draw it.
Open every tiiiMnrnAiliiy rroinUu.m. to 3 i,m.
id r-atiirilay cvi'nliiKi for iutIiiki (lcjioiitii only
rom U to B o'cloi'k.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la the tlrantl MM
Which has stood tho tost of 40
Ihorois nosoroit will not Heal,
no Laraonoss it will not Cure, no
Aoho, no Pain, that Aflliots tho Hu
man horiv. or tho bodv of a Horso
or other Doraestlo animal, thati
doos not yiold to Its magia touoh.
t ooino ooHiing aou. "u. or
has often saved tho lifo of a Human
Boing. and Bostorod to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Valuablo
WHOt.KHAI.K AND RKTAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Ooodn Sold Vory Cloie.
Comer lUth Bt. auJ Cuinuorctal Av,
C 0. PATIEE & CO.
I'AINT A U1IJ.
Slake A Go.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varuishes,
ViUl Papor, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c. '
lw.r m lixml, the rriOirati-l llluiiiinatlii
Coruer Klovanth Straat and Waabtaa
. ton Avanuo
H IIOI.LNAI.l: IlIltH'KKN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOKNTB AIIF.niCAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Lavoo.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCIAI. altuntlsi i(lvcu toconilKnmrnti ant
' Ullliiu or.t'r
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wlioli-fitlf ami KiUll Ilmlrn In
Foreign and Domeatio
WINKS OF Al.f KIN UN,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
MRSSUP, ."MYTH A CO lian conjUully
a larK Mock of the 11 goo Is In IN riiar
let, ami KUrt-apM-Ial atlt'iitlon lo Hip HuulwaU
runi'li of tliu IjiiMtivaa.
St. Charles Hotel,
PRICE. REDUCED 10 SUIT THE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom ond Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Far Say
Speolal Rate hy Wk or Month .
A limited niuiiUr of vtry deilrulile luiiiily
roiitim cm be m cured ut inuouable rulra lor tin
'the.-t. CtiarlcxU tin- lnrj.'fstuinl !( Uhinlnt
cdllouiio in hontbern Illlnola, unit In the Iradmu
hotel iu Cairo. NotullhttandliiK the "Ikil
llock" reduction In iiriecn, the table will, a
iimml, be llbcrully iiiiilled with the very lies!
ofeM'tytliinK that can be found in market.
Flue larjre 8iiuiile rooms for eominercial Iray
eleri, on Kiound lloor, free of rliarife.
tlieliotel without charge.
JKWKTT WU.OO.V A CO. ,
I.. I) A U.K. Akin Chlraco
Zi. D. Akin A Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, . - . CAIRO, till.
CJ-Thoie larorlni; 111 vrllli llielr iationai
wilTiInd a coiiiiicte line of cuodi fi om wlilcli t
ti-lect.at bollniii iirlcej. lo-U-wlv.
iiri-iililllml,oiiBotiila and will fuitljf MTI fau
' ti'tTtul AJvHiii'a Publ'g Co,, SI. LouliiUa.