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tHmtimg Mf tor
Th NatlonaliVruocratic Conw'uci ,u
wUomlidJegal(-JthrKmcr ot Atiug ti
tin ud pUce of holding tbr- National Den
etntlc :onvtntlon ol 1876, tu appointed
Tuesday, tu t ft Btjr-ftln Jy of.Ue
next, noon, atu time. and ifltiteJ St.
Each State will be entitled to a tept"ii
Utlon equslto double the tumoer ol it
sntoi and repretlr In the von-fttt-
of the United Statrj and the terri
tory of Color, Waw adwlilott 4 July
at a State wITI frr ft a tote In the next
eleRoral college, lialioliiTltedto end del
elates to the convention.
Democratic, Conervattve and oilier cltl-
-pn.olthf United State. Irrespective of
DiLit Dolitlcal aaoclatloni. deslrine; t
ooaraU with the lietnocrjllc party In Its
prcaent ellotteamd object, are cordially iu-
itudto onia netdinr tieiecaict to ine
national convention. Co-operation li de.
tired from all nertons wtto would ehasge
an admlnlitratlon that lias nifterad the
public aredltto become and remain Inferior
to other and ltt favored tiilimi ; haa per
mltted rornmcree to be lulen away by for-
elfepowerj; hut atlrleil trade by ttnjiiM,
unequal and pernicious is'" 5 "a"
taxation and rendered it
niott biirneniome ; ha changed growing
prosperity Into widespread itifTerlni; and
wast; hai aquaudared the publlj moneya
rackleaalyand defiantly, and sliatneleJ'ly
uaed the power that should have been t Allt
to punish crime, to protect it.
For tbeie ana oUierrea ions thV national
Democratic party deem the public danger
imminent, and earnestly deiirous of tecur
log to our country the blessing 'of an
economical, pure and free government,
oordlally InTlte the cooperation of their
tallow-dttr.ent in the effort to attain thi
TbomaaA. Walker. Alabama.
H. R. Cockrill, AtUuis.
Frank McCapplo, California.
WtUlan U. Barnum. Connecticut
Charles Hearten, Delaware.
inane t. uyxe.tiorKla.
A. It. Law ton, Georgia.
Cyrus H McCorralck. Illinois.
Thomas Dowllng, Indiana.
II. M. Ham, Iowa, .'
Isaac E. Eaton. Kaaus.
Henry D. Mclleurr, Keulucky.
Henry D. Ogdea, LouUina. . .
L.D..M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland.
WiUiam A. Hoorp. Mijuipan.
William Locfiren, Sfiaoeaota. -
.1. H. Sharp. Mississippi
Jno. O. Priest, Missouri.
Geo. L. Miller, Nebraska.
lhot. U. WJIIlawj; Revada.
If. V. U. Edgerir, New Hampshire.
Theo. r iUndolpb, New Jerscv.
M. W. KaasoB, North Carolina.
John O.Tkamwon, Ohio.
.1 ames K. Krlley, Oregon.
.lames 1 Barr. l'mnsylvatiU.
Mcbolaa Van Siyck, llhode Maud.
Tuoa. Y. Plaons, Sonth Carolina.
WlUlam U. BaU, Tenne.e,-.
'. S. StockJale. Text..
H. II. Smaller, Vermoat.
John Klalr ilop.-WettVIryinU.
Ofoijjs H. Panl, WIsooBiln.
Thomas M. Fatterton, Colorado.
Al'OUaTUS SCHEU., New York.
r'KKiiRick- O. Pkinci, Haarbiiett,
rierretary National Democratic Com.
(CtailirioTo:., rcLrurr 2-. lb?ti.
T ut .St. I.ouU RrpublUan, of Monday,
publishes m facaitnile of the Jlo.stnu Jur
ruf, fnr the wct-k enditig .May S, 172i
nearly one hundred and Hftv year ago.
it Is a curious document, and worth v of
The Brlstow fat 1 all hi the lire, every
hit ol it. The reason w hy he reiinetl
hli jMitltlon in tlif army, Um come to
'l2ht -'He couJdxi't fliilit side bv Me
ltb thu negro!" He, a high-born," chiv
alrous Kentucklan, placed beside the
Uie groveling, odorous African! .Never
i.nd confHjiiently lie left the army.
Thi. huifuWfifiiiw. Culro gag worka
hivejustlald the foundation of exten
sive works ot the same character In VIn
lemifs, Indians. The stock, $CO.(K)0, has
fell bK-n taken, and I lie work will lie com
j.letisl a; goon as possible. The old
works failed to turnlsh the needs of the
city, and will, on the completion of the
new, I abandoned.
The Sun construe the Intimation that
1'. II. Pope has lieen working for the
nomination of .1. C. Willis, Kwj., M a re
ort calculated to Injure Mr. Willis.
And has it come to this, that the man
who once held, In curb and rein, the lie
publican party of Egypt, now hurts the
pany uy trying to help It I Tell u, he
tore our auu7ment driven in, wild
NViiatiia Patrick Pope doner
I.OI..JOHX n. Creus has withdrawn
trom tlie contestforthe Detnocratle tiom.
(nation for congress In the Nintecnth
congressional district, Ir-jvlng the Held
ch ar for It. W. Towniheml, Kso., who
nas hu.1 iiu eye upon the chances for a
ear or more. Anderson will be a can'
itldatj. fnr vAian,iAM i i ...
ndlUMhnnot. as vet, developed him
self. The proicctt ot TownUtsnd'g
'-TICUIIUII. Ulll Illll I:PIIIITiI1h.,i
neiiion are saiotobe encouraging.
1 1 seems that the man Howell, who
... ,.reieuuy iniutta that the Ead
vmn is a laiiure, 15 not a whollv
Pnj. sie nudi ernnlov
incur at mm nf il... .... .. J
... yuDHBi H UIC SUC-
"-Moiiiiujsiiies wilt rob him oi hW oc
cupation. Xo event of the last quuttr
of a century gave Mr. Howell sin h 1. .
back us the paisage of the iteanwr If mlnn
through the Jcttleo, drawing llftecn feet
of water. Here was an al.snlnii. il,.....
traMoti that the paw has been deepened
rom eight to llfteen feet which Is th reft.
leet more wmr than Mr inTif . "'e Unial would ex-
llii .. r l"n Mr' "O.WaWa Cltohhl tovcndvn ill.mi.l II l....
wuitmt to allow. The wohidh?.
wiwjyein rel ili,. n...
average depth sveral Inehta
te pL the entire distance ! niu,
..tY.-nllf. wtlli I... ... . '""Ill
"ww scraping the
, tolton. But'hftecu fcet, wUl Uo. 'Ill
Ueepealof proows is guing ou m rapldl
that betore we celebrate our Centemilal
vessels drawing twenty icet will majfc
the paasage, without tlie leant hindrance,
or checking their their headway.
VAVt. llABn:4t ' 4BOI HI.K.
t'lipeniratdeau Is in h stew". A lew
years ago thu i'lllelis of that quiet little
city were rsrrsrrrO that thf Ir grrnl riel
was n mllroad connection with the
Louis nd Iron Mountain railroad. The
iroil mw the point, voted to the mali
ngers ot the proiect $JS0O,00ii In city and
foiiuty tMiiids, and the little switch of
railroad, illgnllletl hy tin! name of the
'.state Line railroad." was, In rlnr teasort,
completed. T'ltne taeed on; the owners
ot the concern found that the expendi
tures called tor more money ln Uh-m-b-ivlnts
furnish!, ami IIm- iletrinlu-
atlnn w formnl lo siemi
away the locomotUe. nd leave
the other rolling stock ol me roan
wltliout the jiower of proptil!"'"' '
pursuance of this ih ternilnatloii, a tow
ttont landed at the fnpe f.lrardenu ter
minus of the road, hist Sunday evening,
and the crew at once set alnuit the work
of getting the locomotive aboard the tow-
hoat. This purtKne lioconilng known.
thecltlcnsof the place emerged from
their i.tntn ot cntouiarv tomldlty, anil
sworo by the eternal that the engine
should lie spirited away In no such man
ner. The captain of the tow-bait, dlire-
L'anllnir the threats ot the citizens, took
iwssesslon of the engine house, and con
tinned his arrangements for carrying off
tho locomotive. This was more than the
Cuncltct could stand. A hundred or
more ol them repaired tn the engine
houc. and cave the captain the mott
tiosltlve assurance that unless he aban
ilonetl hl purpose, there would Ihj doled
out to him. in two hundred pound dose,
a hundred ton weight of Cat Girardeau
knuckles. Taking the exasperated do
zens at their word, he abandoned hli
work and left the Held of action.
Hut this was not the end of the matter.
The instigators of the "steal," hearing
of the Captian's discomfiture, appealed to
the United States District court, and
Monday last, the United States Marshal
visited the Cape, and placing the loco
motive on the tow-boat transferred It to
Upon this, result the gushing local of
the Cape Girardeau Prrsi discourses as
follows : We sympathize with our Mil,
souri friends ; but in such an emergency:
of what avail is sympathy i
'Our once nourishing and proud little
cny u no longer tnc queen oi rwuuicast
Missouri, bhc has been taken In
robbed plundered swindled nud her
people weaMIic yoke that gets no Ightcr.
A 'people that once enjoyed unincum
bered liberty arc now struggling fur free
dom under thu heavy burthen of luxa
tionshackles nlaced uiKJii them bv a
band of thieving railroad swindlers. Wu
have paid dearly for our exiieriencc. Wc
have no one to point thu linger of scorn
at none to avenge, n e allowed our
selves to be led into thu snare as a sliocp
ined to the .slaughter pen. and we must
now stand thu consequence. It would
be lolly for tn to plunge into the water
in the mgu of a storm unless wc could
swim, so wc must wait until the rolling
tbuuder. the threatening lightning and
maddened winds have gone, and then
under the clear canopy of licavcti, uud in
the Centennial year of our nation's birth,
review the past with a sober forethought,
and there in honest declaration moire
never to trust a railroad enterprise into
the hands of such sharks as have robbed
us of our hard-earned nionev'
The progress made by Captain Zads iu
carrying forward his jetty work lias, thus
far, exceeded his most sanguine anticipa
tion?. Betorc a siuglc mattress had been
sunk, the captain promised the public
that before we celebrated our Centennial
birthday, he would provide ample water
for the tree passage oi a llfteen feet ocean
steamer to New Orleans. This much
wa achieved on Friday last.
As to the present progress ot the work
e have information that it is cntirelv re
liable. Several mattresses arc being
loaded and sunk every day, in placet
where the water escapes over the sides,
thus greatly Increasing the volume
and velocity of the stream. Tlie
surface tier of mattresses to the sea end
of tlie ca,H jet ly was completed last Satur
day. On the west jetty the pile driven
are at work finishing the Inner line of
piles tupporung tlie mattress work pre
paratory to the finishing work of tlie
jetties. The work now to be done at the
Jetties proper, is only to'bnild on top ot
the two present lines a stationary layer
of mattress work covered with a plentiful
supply ol stone, and the building at the
sea ends of permanent Jetty heads, strong
enough to resist the storms and hurri
canes of tlie Gulf. The current is now
so completely confined that the daily
changes In the deep channel are remark'
able, almost, every new aeries of sound
ings showing an Increase Iu depth and
width, and tho deep contour lines
arc gradually but surely nimroach
ing tho deep water in the Gulf. At the
head of the passes, ns tlie deflecting dyke
approaches completion, very gratifying
changes are observed, there being already
a fpienuiu, wtue anu ileep channel into
tlie South Pass.
-suiwupieouuiue 01 .ew Orleans arc
more directly or deeply eoxwrned in the
ma...... a 1. I ' .
V . , 1 1 ... .
iiwvm 01 wis great work than the peo
ple oiairo ; anu if, on the -ttti ot July
next, e can say tliatCjjia.li,frVTr
the commeniA!l1mirld, the lact will
call for as many guns nud as much exnl'
laiiou as the other fact that we shall have
reached our national CntetuiWlJmh
BOM fCUKu AT AIKO.
If the lugiwtiou that we ive lite
emperor of Brazil arexx-ption, means that
nire a uauu oi iuiuic, about olt eaf
nun nnu uo an luiinenaoauiouiUtTOady.
ln to royalty, we nay f t)oin Pedro
I'nald to he a uuitRile mm I. Il tin la
"clUon the part of the aovcr-
I , J ' .." I'M, I. 3
me augcesiion mcas Uiat a nutulcr of
our leading buslneM and prolesiional
men extend to his majesty the elvllty of a
um, wesaygo aiicad. Caho will have
u uu wiiii llr:ill u...ru ,1... .....i
Of tills WTenth decade, and it Is ui-ll
mu8 w win tne good opinion ot Its
fuw. This we cannot do by blowing
"orus, hunting powder and yelllnir like
so many wild ramauches-, but weea.ulo
MceltlS l'4rl ord,"MWe,'."l
fHK ai . Y"5
The people of I'lilcagn t1id on taw
brink of a volcano that l ready to hclcli
out iu Urea at any moment.
01 the cause of the trouble Mir renders
arc advised. The question that divides
the people Is this: Is Mr. Colvln or Mr.
lloync major of Chicago tin tne sine
of Hoyne arc arrayed what is culled the
wealth and respectability of the city.
On the other side we find all the council-
men that "helil over," nil the ollloers np-
polntiil hy Mayor CoUlu, a sprinkling ol
n spti table M oplt', the whole lody of
tlie nrt raB, and It" Imr. We nei il not
-a . . I. .
aav mm trie toniesi, wiicit w
parties thereto combine tin' elements
named, is enrueot, nnimaled ami full of
danger, for the tact Is apparent.
(In Saturday la-t the representalive.
friends nf thetwo mayors uieijlor eonstit.
tatlou. Whateer may Ih the llnnl out
come of the controversy, disinterested
outsiders will have occasion to Insist
that Mayor Colvlu'n Iriends siihmtuittcd
a proposition that Mayor lloyne's fi lends
should have accepted. The proposition
was this: that both the claimants to the
mayoralty relgn, and that the common
council call a new election, wllh the
two men as candidates for the
pojlllon, and that the voters
of Chicago. disregarding the
claims of any independent cnmlldatc
should decide which one is entitled to
the office. This proposition commanded
the favor of everybody present, except
Mr. Horton, who Is the law partner of
Mayor Hovne. So trong and vehement
was his opposition, that the proposition
was tlnally abandoned. We cannot say
what Is In the future for Chicago, but ot
one fact we arc abundantly satisfied. Let
the result of the contest lie what it may ;
let the contending factions come to
blows, yet no fair-minded man will be
prepared to deny that Mayor Colvln's
Iriends submitted a proposition that would)
had It been accepted, have worked
out a satisfactory solution of the trouble.
Our sympathies are with the supporters
of Hoyne; but in rejecting the proposi
tion to refer the matter In Issue back to
the people, they expressed a willingness
to shoulder the responsibility of all the
evils that might follow such a rcfu-.il.
The unprejudiced verdict ot the public
will be that Mayor lloyne's friends did
wrong, and cannot cscajic the consequen
ces of the w rong.
Tin: cold blooded editor ot mi iiu
uicnsely popular newspaper, thin .'peaks
of the portentiotis war clouds .hovering
overKurope: "Lookout lor hell on tin;
Hellespont iu afuw weeks. To sec Turks.
Greeks, Armcni:ins,'.lcwi. Hcregovinlans
Ilnsslaus, O'ermans. Arab-, Frenchmen.
Englishmen and Austrian'', all engaged
In prouiiscious throat cutting, with a few
thousand honris from thu harems and
CoiistaiitliioHlit;in curs from the pave
ments, thrown In for variety will beat
Donnybrook fair ami thu Kilkenny cat
light all lo pieces."'
Tut; llgurcs used lit Colonel Syku's let
ter, published iu the I!um.i:ti.n Sunday
morning, were much exaggerated, it the
colonel's manuscript had been followed,
the paragraph would have read : ''Cairo
has or will raise two hundred dollars' to
make the survey, etc. (Jno hundred and
sixty dollars of thu sum has already been
raised, and the small balance of forty
dollars will doubtless be made up with
out difficulty." The colonel follows the
old style of using cyphers to denote thu
absence ot cunts, and hence the composi
The Charm r latraawalal I.erhery
Kroin the Chicago Tluies.l
The good Presbyterians of Henry, HI..
appear to have concluded that there I:
not enough in the prospect of 11.1 ortho
dox heaven readied through tlie narrow
paths of church discipline, to compensate
them for the sacrlllce of present beatitude
In the ministrations of I'ev. Mr. Glen
denning, whose reported seduction of a
young girl of his former congregation in
Jersey City, seems to have commended
him to the warmest confidence and ailec
tlon of a great many peculiar people.
Tlie Hcnry;church was Instructed by the
presbytery a few days ago to dismiss
Glcndcnning at once, but it has been de
cided to defy the mandate and keep the
preacher. There Is a charm about what
Mr. Kvarts called "sacramental lechery"
that sometimes quite carries away the
sympathies of sentimental church mem
bers, and the Henry congregation Is evi
dently largely made up of the emotional
class of worshipers.
A Nufv f Warning frstin I lie w
Governor Til den Is the only Demo
cratic candidate who I preeeptloly jralu
irj? In atreustli. His most conspicuous
rival Is making no progress, the minor
rivals are as yet hardly in the Held ; hut
the advance of the New York candidate
HVkteadr and his friends arc not merelv
confident, sanguine. ut their exulta
tion is premature, iney must await
further developments betorc It U nalu to
feel quite so triumphant, it they should
alter an, oe uuappoiuicu, u win not. tie
the llrattime in political nflitlrg when
"the vigor of the war has nut come up to
ine aouiiuuiK purnsen ui iiiu iiiniiufsiii."
Governor TllJcira bimyojlBiiiuxht not
to formiLlJ!tr'i5r"oiiie former New
X&ri candidates who went to the national
conventions of their party buoyant with
hope "and came back khoru." (iover-
nor iiiuen win uoi go iu me eouveuiiuii
with so strong a support as .Mr. Van IliM
reu hail in ltM, when he wai beaten by
rolk; nor wltn so many uiigurieH iu hl
favor as Mr. iSewanl had iu IWRI, when
thu cup was dashed from liU lips by l.lii
oil u, Mr. Van Uureii had a clear major
ity ot tho delegates iu IK, out
wat defeated by tlie two-thirds
mle. Mr. Hcward hail aU a umjohr
Ity at Chicago iu 18(10 ou the day tne
delegates assembled, and had a ballot
bceu taken on that day he would have
received tho nomination, Its postpone
ment lo tlie bccond day gave tiuiu for
combinations against him, and the reced
ing tide of that fatal night left hint
aground and destroyed his chances for
the 1'rcsldcncy forever. The3 unexpected
reverses to strong and sanguine. New
Vork candidates are a theme for instruc
tive, or at; least pensive, medilnllon. It
U hot :m Wloi lioMilchiiis to "hi I loo he-.:
Hire they tUeente-t thu wouJ." J"
There Is another historical leoit W hleh
Governor Tildeii and his Iriends might
Jay. to heart, Jiot without proilt. . W
rerer to tnc wreck ol tne ifiuocrni
Ic party In the lamoiis Charles
ton convention of bCO. lougla
went to Charleston with irrcater strength
thairMr.Tlhlen is likely to carry to Sr.
Louis. On one or two ballots lie li.lil a
decided majority in thu eoiiunliou ; but
tne tnevitntiic iwo-thlnM .mou 111 no
way, nti.l Ids Iriends pndird him Willi
such stubborn zeal as to Hit and ruin
the partv, which has ilonmli red in a bog
from that day to this in v.iin struggle! to
plant Its leet once more 011 solid ground,
To the .New Y ork delegation. wlmK
unlt.lii favor of Dongla. that dlnstroiH
wult was chiefly due. llJd the still and
obstinate New York delegation con
entcd to wlthdraw'liim the Pfy could
have Imh'H saved ami lb" elvll war avoid
ed. The party a sacrificed Iu I Mil I to
the Irrepresslfile aitbltlon of one strong
man and the icrsileiin.' ol the New
York Democrats iu .npportlng him.
Many of the New ork delfgates saw
tlie fotlv of urh a eo ir.-e and would have
yielded; but tho instruction to vote as a
unit, enabled the majority to overrule
them and to cast vote against Douglas
as II they were votes for liliu. The New
York delegation to M. I.oitli Instructed
to vote in tho panic way, and devotion to
an individual mav again destroy the
hope of the party If the warnings nt
history are set at nauslit.
Hulcli SitiMll I Take?
This Is ollcn a serious question willi
the Invalid. He llnds the market flooded
with proprietary medicine... scores ol
which are rcoiiimcnded as certain cures
for his peculiar ailment. He reads the
paper?, circular.'', and almanacs, and
finds each sustained by plausible argu
ments setting forth Its virtues and spe
cific action. The recommendations are
a? strong tor one as for another. Tlie
cures claimed to have been wrought by
one areas wonderful as those claimed to
have been wrought by another. -In his
perplexity and doubt, the sufferer Is
sometimes led to reject all.
Hut it should be borne In mind that
this condition of things is one that cannot
be remedied, in a laud where all are
free, the good the truly valuable must
come into competition with thu vile and
worthier, and nni't be brought to public
notice by the sauio Instrumentality
which Is mltrtiity. In such a case, per
haps the only absolute proof that a
remedy is what It claims to lie. Is to try
it. Thu "test of a pudding isthecating
oflt." "Prove nil 'tilings, hold fasttliat
which 1 good.'" U thu apostolic injunc
tion. There may, however, lj stronger
presumptive evidence iu favor of one
remedy than there is iu favor ol another,
and tills rhould be allowed it) duu weight.
A due rcgaid to this may savu a vast
nmoiuit ot cNpctimcutlng and a useless
outlay of money. A-sn presumptive evi
dence iu favor of Dr. Pierce.'
Family Medicine, the proprietor de
sires to say, that they are prepared by
a new and scicutllic process by which
the virtues ot tlie crude plants and roots
arc extracted without the use of 11 parti
cle of alcohol. Not u particle of this ills
trover of our race enters Into thu coiiik-
sitioii of cither his Golden Medical Dis
covery or I'ayorite Prescription. This
consideration alone ought certainly to
rank them high above the vile com
pound'; saturated with alcohol, Jamacia
rum, sour beer, or villager, which are
everywhere offered for sale. Again, they
arc ot uniform strength, and their vir
tues can never be Impaired by age. They
are also made from tresh herbs and roots,
gathered In their appropriate season
when they are Hush with medicinal prop
erties. Iu support ot these claims, the
following testimony is onercu:
1!, V. Pikjick, M. D. :
Dear. Sir: I have sold a great deal of
your excellent remedies, and I prefer to
sell them before others, because they give
goou sausiaction 10 ino-e wno use them.
1 hear such remarks as "are's lleinedv
completely cured me; It Is a splendid
tiling :" or, "Pierce's Discovery is ust
what 1 wanted ; I feel better than I
everdid." One of our celebrated singers
uses it lor strengtblng her voice, and says
"mere is noimng equals 11; ' ami so 1
might give scores of remarks said about
your preparations, a colored woman
was using your uiscovery, and alter tak
Ing three bottles was completely cured.
She. belntr In tho store, said to me. "I
(lou t want no doctors round me so long
as 1 can get the Discovery ; It beats all
your doctors." An so 1 might go on. I
am, most respectfully, yours.
Atiu II. Crookh,
The Ili'LLt.TlN printing
specialty of Illll I!euu,
Note Heads, Letter Ileails,
Hkitements, Cards, Ktc IaV at tlirse prices
Small ulie lilll liewls, r W (
Meillum size hill heads, r thoiiemul 3 7
All on fourteen pound aer, Carlisle mills,
rated two cents per pound higher than paier
used by any other otBce rulf 1 to onlrr at the
mills esjieclatly fur this olllr
statements. Carlytle. per M ....il 00
Letter Huuis, Carlisle, er l'oi i ifl
Note Hindi, Csrlynte, r lio .. .1 on
VlnitinKcarils niai'Waje 7,v
lluslnen canla. No. t .'t-nlv Ilrhlol IkuihI.
ir louu .' to 4 Ui
Iluluei cants, No 1 blank, ir nui a u
Ouiirterkheet. tisir.hnet. l'ull.ehi'et and three.
sheet posters, and colons! wrk below .St. Iuli
famphlet, Hook Work und Price Lists made
ui r i ,
P.mma onrl oinh-lir Vii lfltnn
ue mane neuiuiy ami btrona by reRiilaiinit thel
siiimaclis and bowels with Custnrta. It M more
roecuvc man isktorOII and Is as pltusunt to
use honey for Wind Collo, Sour Klnmai'li
noimsann. i;oniUeiii.H. there Is milhlne in e
Hienre ivii.il IoI.,imoiu.
Why will you ufferfr01
H..II.1U, minu in, niin.loluU,bWellllls,
,eldor Weak Had . when the U-nTau:
mem uuords certslu relief. Many artirli- eoolh
twin tu a ccrta ii aslent, but fenlaur Llnlmeat
'?'".. ,.1".w."! 'Iniuuiit Is lor the huiiuui
fsiidly, the ellow l.iiilmeut is lor horses nud
he lutt chanc fur Kood uKrlriilturul lands on
K! Vaaus' l.'aunt, m tx fan ranr. intereii.
Iioii't run any risks, but uo to a country that hn
wen nrovtu to ue goiHt. Hrai your mlilrtia ,j
UiiniiiBton. Iowa, uud receive free copy or low
and Nebraska Farmer, with ihstt of lands, ui.
lOIIII'l 111)1 1HU. J..?"1TIIU
Blake c& Co.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
vVall Paper, Window aiau, Win
dow HIiudDH, Sin.
AlwV on hsliit, Ibr Olrbotnl 1 1 1 II II 1 1 It 11 U
Uroaiat' 5Si.lJ.ci lupv,
Uoritav KUventli Htrt and Waahlua?
AMIi:i X NTUKII.
WHOl.KHALE ANU KKTA 1 1 .
in the crry.
Qoodx Sold Vory CIoha.
Corner Ittth St. and Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
wnuLENAi.t: (ihm i:rn.
Sra ATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio LeToe.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
SPKCIALattentlol given to consignments an I
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and UeUll Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
WI1VKN OF AM. KIIS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSS'U-.. SMYTH A CO. liaTt consUntly
a lsrge stock of the beat Kood in Ihu riuf
ket, and give eapechtl attention to Ihe wbulwnl.
raocu ui iuv ousuieas.
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Rooilng and Quttoring a Spooialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn
Lightning Rods, FumpH, Stovos
JobhlnK Promptly Duns.
MT. OARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordorn for Coal by tho car-load,
ion, or in hogsheads, for shipment,
iiuiupuy uuuuauu io.
kwTo largo oonsumoru and all
aanuxaoturers, wo aro procured
to supply any quantity, by the
noma or yoar, at uniform ratos,
CAIRO CITT COAX COMPANY.
ra-Hsllldsy lirn.'s office, No. 70 Ohio I.cree
BllaUiday lira, 's wliarf boat.
At : yiitlan Mills, or
ai me worn uuiuii
foot of Tftitty-KlKh
Ef-t'ost Office Drawer
Sont da anr
HI.Xoul. Artvcrtlt'eruhlVCc.fl Louli.Mo
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS ? .
New Good !
142 & 141 Commercial Avenue.
Ju t lii'ivlveil, u 1'irsh, iiiuph'teauii New ""iipply nl
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING, HOOTS AND SHOES,
Whli li I nller at plli'fs net er Ik lure heaid nl Miire or holoie the w.ir I lUv ilzht In
Um inarki'i mi. I hit) mil) fni ciipli, ihi'iefoi'Mi'iin ,11 them at the tij l-nn' t i.ii, u. Ai
I lime c .included lo continue my inis'iii-n in Calm, lui- ii U ir3 I n ii'u.i Jir.
Well. I iuMte all uilrul I II l. n.l lngUe Hi a eill hefnro &tUi eU wIiero. ,l iuv molld
Is "-mall lntiti iiml imlek Sale "
We idler the very hel ealien' at D cent p r yard: greii ulliii! fi to III ri-uls er yard: a
lull llin n( Miimii.T ilrt-KiHnN and pliilil irmu lb lo X, i'.'ni prr purif. llargalns lu
tiarasiils, hatidkeri'hlers.'i vents u iili i : iinilirnl.li ry very nw: nlitiiM-.,ii.ipl.lin,Uiy'n
hftss at S cent, a pair. Ain hoy clothlnc, are ollerllnr tiidiieeim tls:i. voil. 41rn'
ialnrt uitsf:i liiini. and lmi-, thelowi'.l In thi'lnarktl,
linli'l lurvi l I lii' place, the old slaml ol lli llh on A Wi ll,
SOIaOMON I AJEVMDXJELJ. ,
142 & 141 COMMEUCIAIi AVENUK.
Cigars ! Cigars ! Cigars I
Wholesale and Retail Prices !
1'iilly alii' tn the demand ufllir linn pmpo-rs Input hl
LARQ AND VARIED STOCK OF
my i : i a. i :
At prices that will lomp.iM with the decline In other aitltle, In other words villi Mil
his gonilsdnwii hum llio old
, War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof or tho fact would call tho attention of tho Binokinp
Public to tho following prices: Connootlcut Sccdlrom 2 to M conts:
Socd and Havaanu, 4, 5 und Ocontu; Key Wost Havauna,8 to lOcontH
und imported Havanun 15 contn cucli. llo menim bttHincitH.und will
at ovon these low pricos, make a fair living proilt.
His iightoxpcoBt'B enable hitn to givo tho public tho bcnetlt olthcbO
low prices, and In return olicita their patronaKc.
Smoking and Chawing totouefco. and bmoktrR articles of all discrip
tiona, constantly on hand, nud will battold correspondingly low.
102 Oommerial At. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
C I N C
J. T. WARREN & CO.,
Importer ami .IiiWrth of
Foreign Fruits, American and English Pickles, Catsups, Sauces
(.Mimed tJoiids. I'ivli, im-iI, Siei-tiuiii I'milnre.
Soup Stuffs, Condiments, Flavoring Extracts, etc, etc.,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attendod to.
64 and 66 West Second Street, CINCINNATI.
ur liM-.tt liw
The Gamble Wagon
MANUKA ("ftJltKl) ItV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
rue BEST and CHEAPEST WA'JON MAN
if AN UFACTOBY, OHIO LKVEE
Noar Thtrth-Pourth Stroot
" 'carl petzrs7
SIXTH STREET, Botweon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Mai.jfitctureahUown Uoraa Shoeu und
can Aisuro Oood Work.
St. Oharlos Hotel,
PRICES EESDCED TO SUIT IRS TIMS
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2,00 PurDay
Spo!l Rnte by Week or Month.
A limitril niiiulnT of vny ilinlrulilo liuuily
riHiins can In- cuiirfl ut n uonulile ruti'A lur tin
'Ihe si, (;tiarlcnl (lie larK'rstunillwst niipolnt
rillliiiiw In Houtlicrii llliiiiiU,iitii is tin- liuiliii?
I111UI In l.'alrci. .Nutwlllitiiinllnir tin- "llnl
Hook" rcituctlon in jirires, the tiitilu will, us
Usual, In-liberally huppllwl with Ihe my Im-hI
of vrrythlni;tluit ran tie fuiiinUn niarki t.
Kinu lurico Miniile riinnia for I'oiiliui rulal tmv
I'lt'is. on Kioumi uoor, ini-oi rnari;i-
tin-lioli-l wllhout rliarifc. .
WINTER & STEWART.
Commission Merchants 1
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 100 Commoroiul Avonuo
Advaocea made on ronsI(umciits. Ai;
utmctM ot Title ntdc, Cenvcyniiccs: uud
(.'ollpctloim uttendeil to.
ATTKXTIOM TO IIIISIN KS! AND
I'ltOJll'T It KM ITTANOKS.
Auction SMcs Kvory Siitunliiy Mot nltifc-.
ITow FrioM !
llo ou wjnl UuuL
1'unlji. I'rlnta. Plu.i..
irrsji'" ' Why lUni ill, ),.u snuir monry uu
m imllrrK lli.tnut wno i, n,r olil rrliuhle
IhilUfur I III lllrr A Ui. K.l-ltlll.liol M.
Vri.ii,iil)-ull UhiIs, ill I kihmI, an. I HM
rali- "n.l IVirsuiiir of I !,.. runV. Kull i.r
tun. ISof lluw In win a swiltnaii, . s
li.il.Uli tin I I'mliiiir Trllfr, tis-t ItiMik m
l'i' Itlrr, !tv llnxinj; Jlmlr fjir, I i
Miinraii'x .Miisimrjr H.jii, llii.lrslt.
tlow tn m rite sliurt luinil, v ( II, ,h In
aiuu.run eimliiK 1'nriy, : ; ll.llirlnit liist-i'
t:y, '"C lln' liamtiUrs um, TWh; i lap jrar
I riti,0iirt,iiirrtti., t'irliiiir'llliti t'anta.
yie .M.iklDi; Cnpls 4 kinl mit in
3"o ,n,iltli' I'ovUt lldjts, Uv. (Ii., r-
nslil's lllrr Wrlli t. t"ct Muultoi nr Klrr
nuwoury, 7' t limy in w In unit lunr In u,i,
K i tlv Ui,r ljtr, ; ) IjvIIi-j' l.ili.li- I.,
txnutjr, 3c, Ai-., An. , An, UnnnnUr miy nr
nil orilicuUite ulll IMriit tn )nu ir-ilif n
trrf Ij.iorpriin. H'e luiitt uuil tin ut up for
rliniiiiil mm IkmjLh. Ue limit- Il a Mint)
We want your latron.ik'i'. Sa-ml for uiir rircu
tars. It ulll iy you tnilful with us tin not
risk money u llli u Imllrrs liil .1 n.t at our,- m
llif "nil! n-llalili'," lliinlir A I n., lltiikHstr,
Imytr. uorili ofK'MxIs fr$li. Whyimlilu It
'riielirmt.N' K,l,,lhirhuli-,,t1 HnminlliUl ,u,-, l,
tin. Ion, is ilrmly i-lttl,lli.hiil, mill for jrarsim.
Hihl rinlly 11I113I1I1- trihls worth ' '" ln$ '
ut a llxol jirlc.- nfiiiil imc liollar Wruii- rn
itorsiil unit i,,iiiniiii-D,lnl ; hi- U-t iiaprn
and Um-li-.llii iiH icliaiila. Our alr Is an lion,
nralilr lniiiin rnlrrpriai-, wc do aril kiiI al
liastlisn oll.ililiiil.i.. In ll,i. I inn-. i jiy ,
tn aai iiioni.y. Wv nil ji'Mi-lry, allii-r mul
wuri-, jtlasawuir. 1 utlt-ry. "try aifl fan.-
.XiMxta. Kroit-nra. tiiis,cr,lTs-a, splcii, anil in fart
rti-rylhiiu;. Inciihlln iliunnt IhiiiL.,
wliii-h rtlall al ons dollar uud llltyi ruls Inliuii
dollars, unit all lor Jii'l nm-ilnllar. 'I hrt Is mi
tleLrl, outer ftlii. or ullifr Irli ki-rv (tin- dollar
arrurt'lauy nil trie 1,11 il.i-ll.l. V (' 11 i, r
you H-etriHaU 1mic luyiiiK Ovir ,tr " ut
rnns attt-i-t Ihv H,iiularily ol our icrtut a!r. Wr
i-.imiot sit' any 1dm hen-of our tuliirs,4. Our
likt ofemals would lilt thla rnllll! lwr Srllll
at (Hu e fori-irruUr and iisoiumi'iiilalloiu' from
mir nt runs. Von ran ran-rai-h. VVIIIvoiidii
ity Ifo, luldri-sa ut ol.re II. OUMIStoN A
rO,..V 1-. Iiol.l, sltfAI.K, :HllmomllcUll ,
llo.l. in. .Mum fl.l-.')-3ir,.w2iii
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
lo Uu- (iriiinl old
I Which has
utood tho tost of
rnoro ib no soro u will not Hoal,
no Lumonoss it will not Curo, no
Aclto, no Pain, that AffliotH the Hu
man body, or tho body of a Horso
or othor Domestic animal, that
doori not yield to its ruagio touch.
A bottlo costinK 25c, 60o. or $1
has often saved tho lifo of a Human
Being, nnd Restored to Lifo and
Usefulness Many a Vuluablo
(,'hnrleiTH liy Ihe
.Slate of lllluola
for the i'iuva
iiiiriH. ol ulvinit
i.. ,.n ivus of nrlvato. t'hrrinlp. anil mliiui'Viii.
ttaics in all their compllrated foiins. It is well
known that Dr., tuiuva has Hood lit Hie tifttd of
tho iirnfession lor I ho i;ihI ;to ji-urH. Atre and
cxiwrleiii'curvull-iiiiuoitaiit. Nsiiilnl ws-isli.
utm, liljht Iosms liy drtuins. idmnlri on Ihe
fao. lojt luaiilinod, can iiosltli'ly l cuinil
Ijullua wuiiling tlio most delicate ntli-utloii. tJI
or write. I'liwant home for iwllents. A ImuV
for llui million. Marrinse (liilde, wliloli lella
,ou ll uliuiil hefcDilliaf--who ulioiitd marry
uliv nut io wnt to liny iijituRo. Ir,
Iih :mi room nnd parlor. Von no one lint
Ilia doctor, oilloe liour. n.m. to 7 p.m. Pii
diiVM, l lii li. All liiwlnesa atrlclly winllijMi-