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MeMtH Mnllrr Krrry Vue.
dk rial '! of Ike XMIonnl Isein.
Tb Nstlonsl Democratic Coiuinltlee, to
whom Ik delegated the power of ilxln the
time and place of holding the Nntlon.il Democratic-jonvcntlon
of 1870, have appointed
Tuesday, the t.vanty-MVenth day of .Juno
nest, noon, a the time, and icloctcd SI.
Loals s tb place of holding such comet
tlon. Kteh Stle will be entitled to a reprcen
Utlon equal to double the niuiber nl It
senators ml reprr.enttlve In the ron.
greis of the I'nltod States) and llio tnrl
tory of Colorado, vrhoe admission In duly
a a State will give It a vote In the next
electoral college, la also Invited to rend deb
egatei to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other till
zensolthe United States, Irrespective of
pit political associations, dcdriii to co
operate with tbc Democratic party In Its
present cltorts and object', oro cortllally In
vlted to join In tending delegate to Iho
national convention. Co-operation Is dc
sired from all persons who would change
an administration that ha suffered tho
public urcdltto become and remain Inferior
toother and leu favored nation ; hat r,r
mltted commerce to be taken away by for
elge powers; ha stilled trade by unjust,
uueaual and Dcrnlclotis lev-ballon: lias
imposed unusual taxation and rendered it
most btinisnrouie ; has changed growing
prosperity into widespread sutlcrim; and
want; has squandered tho jmbllj moneys
recklessly and dcllautly, and shamelessly
used the power that should have been s.vllt
to punish crime, to protect Jt.
For these and other reasons thn national
Democratic paity deem the public danger
imminent, and earnestly doiimus of fcctir
Ing to our country the blessing, of an
economical, pure and free Kovcrninnit,
cordially Invite the co-operation of their
fellow-citizens in the effort ti aitsm thl
ThomasA. Walker. Alabama.
Frank .MeCappIn, California.
William H.Uarnnni, Connecticut'
Charles Ileasten, Delaware.
Charles E. Dyke, Morldn.
A. It. Lawton, Georgia.
Cyrus II McConuick. Illinois.
Tbonias Dowlimr, Indiana.
31. M. Ham, Iowa.
Isaac K. Eaton, Kana.
Henry D. Mcllcnry, KeLtucky.
Henry 1). Ogdcn. I.ouhlna.
1.. I). M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland.
WiPiam A. Moore. JIUulpn.
William l.ochrcn, Minnesota.
.1. H. Hharpe, Mlai-lppl.
.Ino. (S. l'rlet, Miouri.
Geo. 1.. Miller. Nebraska.
Tho. II. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. II. Ethjcrly, Saw Uampshlio.
Tbeo. r Itandolnb. New Jerse-v:
If. AV. Ransom, North Carolina'.
.1 ames K. Kellcy, Orciron.
James )'. Harr, l'cnnsvlvanla.
-Nicholas VanSlyek, Khodo Maud.
Thof. Y.Simons, South Curo'.iua.
William II. Date, TcnDcs-ee .
V. 8. Stockdale. Texas.
.lohn Ooode.Jr., Virginia. ,
John Walr Hogo. We.t Virginia.
George II. I'aul, Wisconsin.
Ihomas M. Patterson, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCHEU., New York,
Kkkiirick O. l'Kl.NCE, Ma-achlisctt-,
Secretary National Democratic Coin.
Washington. February 22. lfcTii.
And how one Sample G. I'arl;-1, of
Terry county, comes to the front m n
Republican cintlldate for congress.
Since live or six of the nine counties In
the district have Instructed lor Mr. J. G.
Willis, Is not Mr. Parks a little late ?
The Williamson county papers fcpeak of
Mr. l as n good lawyer tuidn popular
Jli: Cami'Iikm,, HabcocJV father-In-law,
has returned the money he obtained
through black-mailing processes from
Mls Ada Sweet, the, Chicago pension
agent, and lias the audacity to Insist that
lie saw "nothing improper in tho ar
rangement under which he obtained it."
Is It possible that Grant's olllce-holders
are becoming so conscience-calloused
that they can see nothing wrong in down
right robbery r
Tin: ltcpubllcan leaders u-ry threwdly
Mirmlse that the Democratic parly. In the
coming campaign, will charge home
upon tlielr opponents the astounding cor
ruption that has characterized the admin
istration of the government during the
past eight years. Tho Democratic party
propose to do that very thing, and do It
with a telling vigor tiud caruestnes:.
The Investigations of the past winter ha3
lilled our arsenals and magazines with
arms and ammunition, and we will, as
our wiley enemy predicts, keep up an in
cessant fire all along the line. The
llialnes and Mortons of thu Republican
party may wave their bloody nether gar
ments with all the vim and Industry
they caii Mtmmon. The Democratic
party, conscious of lu vantage "ground,
will not le dUtracted by any Midi
strategy from its settled plan of battle.
Tin: June number of lAppintott' e Maya,
zinc oitens Willi tho sixth article ol'tho Im
portant scries entitled, The Ccutui v, Its
Fruits and Its Festivals and treat ol The
Display, being introductory to a more
detailed account of the sights ol (lie great
Kxhibitlon in liituro nuuibers. Tho pis
er Is lully Illustrated. Another very at.
tractive Illustrated- article U Glimpses of
Constantinople, in which u lady verv
pleasantly tells her e.xpciience In that
Interesting city. Modern Huguenots, by
by James M. Bruce Is an luterettln ac
count ot a trip through that purl of the
trench Alps which Is so rich in iibsoclu
tlon with Phcllx Neff. T. A Trollupc
furnishes an able pajeron Thu Italian
Medlii-val Wood-liculitors mid their
works. AH luckamaugu,! a graphic dis
Tlptlon ofthatlainous battle, by R. I
Jalinbcrly, Another charming lcttc
from J.vJy Barker, giving additional no
counts of experiences lu South Africa, Is
.presented lu this number. Fiction I
strongly 1-ejtfCfcented by tho continuation
.or The Atoueueut of Uaui Dttudas, by
aim. i.yun J.ynion, wtiieh is rapidly up
jiroachtng tt climax , Thee and Vou,
uvery entertaining and timely story of
old Philadelphia, by I. d ward ICearley
and Tellpo, u charming tale by 'mtance
I WnnUon. Tim tmi-ttfnl attraction of
tin; tiiiitilicrnroItnlnrrsnboautKiil poem,
ly Kiiimn l.nzaru, lllnonilnjr, by .Mnu
rice llioiiip'iHi, nnd Itcst. by Charlotte
V. Hales. Our Monthly ,loslp nnd no-
lloc of now liook i-omidrlf tho Mm
louts of ruleeidedly liifcrcdliijr nitinlicr
of thl valuable: Majfa.lno.
ArMtnrriiilr I'rimili Clerk In Hit-
It is remarked ol the female dorks In
the Washington Departments that tlioy
nimhl sot tin an aristocracy of their own
if they chose. Widows or daughters of
army nnd navy ollicers of the highest
rank, daughters nnd grand-daughters of
lormer members ol the cabinet, senators,
supremo court, justice and presidents
are to be found among them. The grand
daughter ol Thomas .lell'erson has n
clerkship. Tim daughter ot Andrew
Jackson DonahUon t,thc adopted son ot
Andrew ,1ncknn) was born lu tho While
House mid educated 'in licrlln, and Is
now a clerk In the I'ot Ofllco Depart
tncnt. Tho daughter of Chief Justice
Taney Is, or was n dcrk In some Govern
ment bureau, and so was the daughter of
Robert J. Walker, lormcrly secretary of
the treasury. Thi?o are hut lew In
stance where names might lie cited.
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lion l Irli oil' Vermin.
If mosquitoes or other blood-suckers
lnl'et our sleeping rooms at night, we
uncork a bottle ol the oil of pennyioyal,
and they will leave in great haMe. nor
will they return so long as Ilie air in tlx
room U Impregnated with the funics ol
that aromatic heib. If rats entcrtho col
lar, a little powdered potash thrown Ii
their holes or mixed wllh meal and scat
tered in thdr runaways, never falls to
drive them away. Cn venue pepper will
keep the buttery and store room free
from ants ami cockroaches. II niou-e
makes an entrance Into any pait of your
dwelling, saturate a rag with cnjvnno in
solution, and stud" It In the hole, which
can bo repaired with either wood or mor
tar. Xo rat or mouse will overeat that
rag for the purpose ol opening commu
nication with. a depot ol supplier
i:itt 1st lent nml n l.ltllp I'rlnky.
The Rev. Dr. Kdwardu, of 1'eorln, has
been the foicinost champion of Rcv.JGlcu-
deniiig, and was largely influential lu in
flicting that individual upon tho Presby
terian church in Henry, and as a sort ol
excuse for Mr. GlciHlenlngvMr. Kdwards
makes a ehargu ngaliut tho women of
tho city churches which, if true, is a
stronger argument against christian
churches than any that lntldels have been
able to bring againt tliem. He savs :
'It is a (act that in nearly every large
dty. the ladies in a congregation become
sentimental regarding tlielr pastor. It is
tho experience of nearly every minister ol
my acquaintances. In cHlc, you know,
there Is more sentiment than in the
country. Sentiment Is the result of liv
ing lu Idleness and luxury. Religion
akin to sentiment, and when a minister
preaches religious sentiment, lie draws
toward him natural sentiment. The
mlnUter Is the confidante of Ids emigre
gallon, lie possesses, more than any
other man, the secrets ol households
Women have always had this sentlmen
tallty regarding ministers and probably
If Dr. KdwanMs cornet In bis state
ment, it is time that those lecullar conll
dcntial relations which ho speaks ol,were
broken up, and preachers were placed
upon the same footing in their relations
Willi (he families of their parUhoiiers that
other men occupy. It is not very pleas
ant to be told that the pator is made (he
repository of lainily secrets, but il U still
more unpleasant to be told that In preach.
lug religious sentiment the minister
draws out natural sentiment on the pait
oftlieleinale portion of the congregation
If Dr. IMwards mcai:3 by "natural senti
ments" the peculiar sort of -entlmcnt
that existed between Glcndenlng and
poor Mary l'omeroy, Ilie sooner an in
vestigating committee Is organized in
every congregation the better it will he.
We fear, however, that Dr. IMwards Is
disposed to be egotistical, ami a little
(risky, and that ho has mistaken ordin
ary respect for "natural sentiment," and
we very scrioudy doubt whether tho
preachers generally will agree with him
regarding tho naliir.il effects of preach
ing tho gospel. nioomington I.ttuUr.
The Woiiiiiii'h llrimrtniciil,
I devoted a part of yesterday after
noon to a visit to the Woman's Pavilion, '
on know all about tho building, ns it
is been repeatedly described and repre-
utcd by Illustration, l.lko nil other
parts ol the exhibition, it Is nut yet leady.
1 here arc many vacant spaces that stare
at you, and theio aru many show-cases
hose principal attractions ate tho nolh-
higuessol their Interior. Woikinon nru
bu.-y in several localities, mid tho ladles
lu charge of tho place aio hurrying about
In nu Indefinite- suit of way, us (hough
they have moio on thdr hands than they
an attend to conveniently. .Statu mid
national lines are not drawn hero very
definitely, though theie has been an at
tempt to put things troui certain coun
tries where they can bo teen together. I
had expected much perhaps too milch
of the Woman's Pavilion; and so I was
uis.iiiuiiiic'ii , mu, iievertiieicss, I am
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glad to Miy that tho women, have done a
great deal, and made an c.uvcdingly
sicditabli! display, They pioinNe to
have much moio when all their uoods
arc in, and I miy have something more
toMiyol them lu a week or two. lu
the show-cases, at present, there is a
great deal of lace nnd eiilbioidcry
the kind ol work that has been the
province of feminine lingers from time
Immemorial. This work comes from
all countries, and troui women In all
ranks of llle; much of It Is from those
who wrought for pastime, but much
more, and (he bt-t pan of It, Is from wo
men whoso work U their means of live
llhood. Three ol thu F.ngllsh princesses
Beatrice, Alice anil Helena have con
tributed to the exhibition ; their work,
ijood enough lu Its way, is nothing ex
traordiinry.and I presume the royal la
los cannot nflord the llmiiecesRiy to
a thorough knowledge of the uses ol tho
needle. The Belgian iaees are III, best,
as they come from tho professional
workers : but there are some specimens
ol American work that give n sharp
competition to the -Urusjcl product.
"We have somelng ifcic front
tiii: HANiAoomir: orr.r.s".''
said Mrs. Gov.NoyeAof Ohio, as Mio led
me to ii ease eontiVuug some twenty-
llye or thirty etclilngTJnade by Victoria
Reglna. Most of those tyiat I saw were
good : n lew would be open to criticism
o.n (lie senro of drawing, and some of
them on that of shading. Hut wc don't
often got anything or tins sort from royal
albums, and It won't do to be too par
ticular. One Is reminded of Tin John
sou's remark about Die dog that danced
on his hind legs, that It was a very poor
sort of dancing, and you wondered,
that the beast danced at all. lint please
don't iend a copy of this paper to the
Queen, or I may never be Invited to dine
nt Buckingham palace or spend a week
at Balmoral. I'hil. Cor. ClAanjo TrVmitt
0Kniiiir r Hie ('rutoiliiliil-KlKlila
mil IneltUnU nt Ilie liny
Special Cotrcion-Ince of ttic UC!.LKTIM
Pim.AwamiA, -May 10, 187(1.
The great and memorable 10th of May
has come and gone, bringing with It the
opening of America's one hundredth
anniversary of her Independence. On
the Hlh, It rained, making tho streets
an full v muddv, and IhelOlh opeued any
thing but pleasant, clouds hanging low,
and rain coming down occasionally.
Nevertheless, at 0::t0 o'clock, your cor
respondent, wllli the rest of the P. M. A.
cadets entered tho cars, and lu the course
of forty-live minutes reached
Marching and countermarching on
Broad street, the line was at length
formed, the P. M. A. Battalion having
the extreme lelt, that is, (he second post
ol honor. About 8 a. m. tho line began
to move, and entered upon the following
Up Broad to Walnut, up Walnut to
Twenty-second, oyer to Market, up Mar
ket to Fortieth and over to Lancaster
iivcnue to the I.iuisdown entrance of the
grounds. As we said before, the mud was
terrible, and tho marching not rpiuc as
good as It might otherwise have been,
but still tho procession wan Imposing,
taking an hour to pass a given point.
Below Is found a list of the organizations
in the line, and lu their order:
Waek Hussars, W; Washington Troop,
Mi Keystone Battery, SO; 100 .Marines;
f0 Sailors; Third Regiment National
Guards. :t00; Sixth Regiment National
Guards, 1530; State Fenclbles 102; Grey
Fenclblos. First City Troop, 7 ; Boston
Cadets, 100; Boston Lancers, PJO; Nc
ond Regiment National Guard, 37.V, First
Regiment National Guard, 500; Knston
Greys. 10; Kleventh Regiment National
Guard. 200; Pennsylvania Mlllitary
Academy Battalion, 120; making in all
about U00 man. General Grant and his
suit was between the City Troop and
Boston Cadets ; Governor Rice was be
tween the Boston Cadets and Boston
Lancers. After the latter, Gov. Kellogg
and stall. Although it may seem some
what wrong to say It, yet we tell the truth
when we say that tho Penuylvanla Mill
tary Academy corps was considered
about the best organization in Hue, as the
repeated applause wo received on Walnut
street, on the grounds nnd elsewhere,
testified. Reaching the grounds about
12 in., the military at last got into
and patiently waited the arrival of the
President and other notables. The P
M. A. corps was formed between the
Main Building and Machinery Hall, and
opposite to it was the. First Regiment.
Alter a while the great iron gates swung
back, and amid the chiming of bells and
Governor Riee, Secretary Fish, Dom
Pedro, and all the great men stepped
from the Main Building and passed from
it through the long lines of military to
Machinery Hall, where, soon after, tho
firing of caution, ringing of tho chimes,
and shouts proclaimed that tho President
mid Dom Pedro had taken hold of the
bars and turned on the steam upon the
cttlng the many miles of shafting run
ning, and formally proclaiming the Cen
tennial open to the world. At 2:lu p. in.,
alter doing ipilto a good deal of police
duty, we were relieved, mid Immediately
our correspondent meandered in the
direction of a restaurant, to get some
thing to stay the cravings of tho Inner
iuii, who was by this time crying loudlv.
The desired object was at hist gained,
ind soon we were devouring
with a great deal of relish, having had
nothing to eat since 0 a. m. Dinner over,
we wandered to the
lint as our time was short, wo could not
see half that wo wished to see. The
main objects of Interest wero the making
ot guns, eatildgcs, etc., a great variety
ot camion of the lattest pattern, Includ
lug some bcautllul Catling Guu, Rilled
bore, etc.; torpedoes, machines for setting
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oi un; laui'i, u Kii-.li many uiuueis , press I
for printing weather reports, specimens
ol penmanship Hum public schools,
casslns, models of gnus, pictures of all
thu dillcrcut species of ll.-h found in
American waters, bark canoes, in fact
everything one could think of in the way
of American production. Going to the
MACIIINKItV IUI I.
wo hurried through it. Of course the
ehiel attraction is the Immense Corliss
P.iigluc, which moves noiselessly and
without a ar. All urout.d were printing
presses, locomotives from many railroads
and shops, miniature ships, displays of
cutlery, sewing machines, woolen nnd
cotton manufacturing implements, glass
blower, Hie e.Mlngnl'bers, dlllerent and
monstrous engines, pleeeSitif ordnance
I'rmn Kngland nmljiehnd. comprising
everything in thejiiachlnerylliieS Tross'
log the square we reached the Jjt y
We had only very little time to look
around here Chief aniong-the nttrne-
tions are the nparlments of Kgypt mid
.Spain, both beautiful, tlieformeriu liinni-
tatlon of Egyptian architecture. Italy
was also vciy tine, ond I'hlll Imd'a veiy
pretty I'ngoda. Some line specimens of
art were in Norway's dlvlMon. But it 1
folly to attempt to enumerate the differ
ent parts. At nbont ': IS p. m., Ilie
' DIIUM lll'.AT,
nnd although It was raining yet, we "foil
In" outside, in front ot the Main Build
ing. Soon marching to the depot, we
gave tho occupants of the latter some
lino "exhibitions of drill, for which they
applauded us. At 0:1 B p. in., v got on
train, (P. W.&. 11.) and wore soon going
nt a slow pace In the direction ol Chester.
It took nil hour to roach Gray's I'eny,
but alter that the train went on faster,
leaving tho Cadet at hcMer at 8:U0 p.
m., and after a good supper, we vlslte.l
the laud ol nod, pietty wi ll tired out.
IVrmilKlo Wood llellnri llio I'tislllon,
Hon. Fernando Wood siibnillti'd to a
little Interview a few days ugo. Ile.nid,
among other things, Unit hu did not
think Democratic success hi New York
depended on selecting a candidate from
that Stale, but believed, in fact, "It the
St. Louis Convention will nominate as a
candidate one whom lu public and pit
vote life is beyond reproach, nnd who
will recogni.e the organization and plat
form of the Democratic party a laid
down in that Convention, we can do
better with him if he lives outside of
New York than if he re-dilcs within (In
State." And added:
lu conclusion I would say that, If the
West should present, with any degree of
unanimity, the name nt Judge David
Davis, and he should be nominated, in
my opinion he would carry three-lourths
of the electoral vote of the United States,
ir the reason that, whllu lie is a thorough
Democrat, In line with the Democratic
party, he Is thoroughly unassailable. It
ia-III Im tin, finlli-t nf tin. I!i-lilllitli-:lll3 111
put our party on the defensive Ironi the
start, as It has done lor iweivu years, ami
tbev have whipped us on (hat line ot
light. Tiiey cannot no unit ngamsi
UllVIJ. I LiaUlllOUOa nomoou-a UOUl-
bou straight. There is not an "1" that I
have not dotted, nor n "t" tnai I nave
not i-rosseii. in uie icinorrauu iiipuauei.
I entered this House In ItJW. thlrty--dx I
years ago, and 1 have never wavered nor
lirsitati'd as n Democrat. Davit Is
entirely acceptable to me, and to thoe I
dl'i.a'ragement "to Tr. Thurmaii. -Mr.
MinwiEDiit It, e-il-liirv T 111 J I llll.nfl 1 111 I
the Wenud rtainlj not of 1l,c Kast.
This, coming from Fernando Wood. I
sigiiitlcant, as confirming the reports of
the Tiiden dl'affectlou within the party
lines at home, lii-tead of bein'r tlic
strongest, it Ln-ins to appear that Tllden
will be the weakest man in Xew York
islmtn fli-ra lkAniniintJ rvn ii nni uTii'i ii I
niiuiu tiiv i-".iiiwvun vns iiuiiiiimi.i
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Tiiden has tiie machine, but it doe not
control the ma??eJ. M Sir. Wood re-
marked In another portion of the Inter-
Indeed, there ore reasons for believing'
In the lire-sent dhhlou which e.l-ts In the
Democratic party, mat an tiiic.xceptlou
able candidate, not living within it-.
Itonlers, would be more certain to carry
the statu than any wuo resides tlierem
New York Is debatable ground polit
ically ; it swings iikc lim lx-miuiunroi a
Clin:--., jruin ijiiu -j.-.ii:iiiu m nil fitui'l.
.Sometimes we give Ironi twenty to (illy
thousand Democratic majority, and again advocates resumption nl specie pay
nt tbeeiiEUiii! election, n-, Inr-'C :i imilnr- I
ity the other way. Ilowc-vet strong we
may be attached to our leading states-
nn.n. PMiidnr pniniw-U nn In nilrntt Ili-it 1
the animosities which have been cngen-'
dered bv the narticluatiou witli an Inter
nal struggle within the organization of
the party, are uitueuii to eradicate evct
at a presidential eiectiou
Tiiden is here given a black eye; Jand
Mr. Wood's earne-t endorsement of
Judge David Davis may be taken as
pointing out, In his mind, tho only road
to success in -ovcmucr. Davis is u
Liberal Itcpilbliean; Wood a llourbon
of Bourbons. Hut tho veteran New
York politician evidently sees (I) that
In essentials a licpubllcau platform niii-t
be adopted at St. I.ouW, and (i) that II
would be folly to put upon it nn old la-h
loncd Deinocrot. ltesidcs, he does not
believe Tllden can carry Xew York for
President on any platform, but feels
assured It can be done by Davis.
rhere is a 'Teatdeul lu those utterance
main; nj .nr. ituuiiiu a iiaiiiiiiuu: un-
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.cue reporter mat uunispc-eiiug persons
1 , 1 ! I 1... .1... 1
wuo nave ueeu ucceivc-u oy uiu iiiiituu
over Tildeu's Invincibility In thu J:.it
should think about.
WHOLESALE AND BET AIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Cornar 18th St. and Comtnorclal Av,
C 0. PATIER & GO.
UA. . XXl.XIfliMXIX.
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STJIEE7
tsren Washlns-ton and Ootnmsrotal
'If . v
i i ) . Ji'C
Loading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppon' the policies ol (Q
Itepublleau party, and refuse to be train
moiled i. Ilie dlctatlonof anyclliue In the
H bedeves that the Hepubllciii patty bat
rnltllln.l It, mU.lnii. .ml tlitt II.h nmin.
CraUc party as now organized shoulu t i re
stored to power
It believes tb ltadlcal tyranny that bu
8ever' 't"'' oppressed the South
thou1'1 " tbe "e0"le r 1
Southern Slater" permitted to control then
11 bclleTi lb a,lfoa', corPort,OD
should be prohibited by legl-datlve er.ai-u
. . .is
ment-from ejctortmc and unjutly dsscnin-
Instlng In tlielr builneii trannetlntis witli
It rccofnles the crjuallt)' of all men
fore the law.
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It advocates freo comuen-e tarlti lo:
' r. (
meat, ami honest payment ol ttie public
It advocates economy in ths Ijiinl.tra-
tlon ol public atlalrs
The Itulletlii will publish all the local nows
ol Cairo, ami a Variety of Commercial, Po
litical, Foreliin and (ieuend News, and en
deavor to please all tastes ami iutereit all
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Choiipsr, ninllola.t 'lWK K As) f.ilNil n miy
iwriily Sttiili- hiili'tul I he rnliiii, jiml la mi iiisnv
i mi tuaiiv
i-nicKt ui:iit'ii:i,n.Mi'i.r. caitu mrn i i iiuk,
m:w aiivi:hti.hi'.mi:mtn. I
iTN AGENTS WANTED TOR THE
HISTORY W THE U.$.
llii- pi iiir:)! uueii-'i in nni innimiK iiisioiy
. . ... .1.1- . I ... r.Ltn.l fcf-llltnf li,ii.L ..1.. l.t.lill.l.. I X
lill II, '.., Ill I If I IIIU , .
ol It ruiitiliis ii fuilaui-ntnit or tlici;raml ( en- L
tiiitilnl ixlilMtloii. .
CAU'I IO,N Old, liicolniltle nun lUinll:ililc
orl hip Ih-Iii? riiTiilutcdl nettiuttlic li-luk
vuii linv rniil.lln. II.' line rnzruTlliK Unit t'
UK'S 1,i'1 f"1 -li nilar nml i-xlin tcinn In ,
liKHitv A.MI.M X!itlonntl,ill.lUtilni!t'5.,ai.
itilfn, l oliimlms unit Ht. IiiU. t
iq . n.iy iii iiinnr, .iFmui wniinn - ouini
IZ nml kriiii I'nv 'llll'U tV CU., AliRlut.
.Miilne. ' i t
KA VISlllMi LA Ut'.S Willi )ouriimiii-llhi-U
ly I'rlnlul, wiit lor. i'-c U'u Imw S'
(-l)lc- AciiM Wiinltil) '.I aaiiihUa "lit
for - tamp. A.ll.I'L'l.t.CIt il'o ltiocI.toii,Mass.
OutlltaT7Miirliili ul tlir Aki-i.
SM,mI "ur 'oirrniiiFiit ninl llutoiy.
iMI-l-T" Uoo.l-.Mrr l'lilil thlii)? Iliilln
Kc' inkiui'lriilriijtft. '
A WKKK niiranti'ftl to mntr and
f.tiulf uKrntu In their Inrullty.
Outs nothing to trr It. Cnrtlculun
lire V O VHJKKItV A CO ,
til fn QtOfl Kril.iynt home. Smnnlri worth
PO 10 pyl lu.-., llii.n A Comiutiy,
I'oill.uiil. Malni-. ; ,
piYCItoMAM.V (.r .-llllbtUAUMIStl."
.1. Hum i-llln-r .- tiny ri-i-lii.;ti-iinil pain
Hu- hue nml nili-ciloni uf miy rion I dry
i liunrr. limlnnlty. '1 his ml nil r m ioiH' fue
liiilmill, lor -jri-Ml-i togi'thi-r with nMoitingi-
i.iii'ii-, . y n i.i ii uracil. iirruiiM, ilium lo I jk-
illi-i". ctr. l.lir1 .M'Uol.l
Lli.K-Otolil. A QiK-rr ItnnL. Ail-.
a i ' , .',
"'Ii-bratM for 111 Pnrllr, Rtrftiithand FUynr
Arrtntnl to Ketp l'lctl-. W'r Oaarantir II
bi-rmlrcly frri from Snip uric rtrforoihrdIrtfri
iiimul.it.inct. wllh which Jo.l I'marUtiluUeraK-d
for ilr liTallOrocrri. Latirrtt Vlm-zar Workila tlil
World. .iM6.lK K. L.lriUSSINOCO.,CIicafa
Fits & JSiiiJepsy
'I lit-wortl r:uf ii tin- loliKi-t M.1111II11,: by ll
Dlt. HKBDAKD'S OUIIE
It Has Aured Thousand!),
and will Kin- l,"i" fur a caw It w III nfir Nnifll
A Ikittlfcnt fi-ir to 'nil n.l.lKflnir
.1 i: Dllttll.KH, fhrnitst Ollicti 1," 5 liro.nl-
way, rw 1 orK. s-.s-iiAw 1111
Do .Mill Wjiit
yruj.lii Why Hun 1I0 .Jim w:ui- niomy mi
nwlDilkr-. IntUiit Mini In the ili rcllalili'
lioiuror Hunter A: Oi, KUaMMhiil In n"
Wr ciiilv nil
hool.il, bit k'riiVlS "anil nt lut-t
ruti-s. nt for unit- uf ttietc, trunk Knit of
I'uu. V-rt How In W H a .lun-thi-nrt. 3-V
(iolilra Wlitl Kiitlunt- li lli r, I110 1 Hook uf
lor l.lt-ri. .7 1 ',( in; .Muilc Kar. I-
Mnry'.in'iOlaiioiirrKxpowl, IMiip. IllinlraU-.!,
Uv. 1 llow to wnliMhort ti.inil, A-ci I low to
niimse.-iu i-vrniuir I'any. iihiuiol' io.-x.i
Kay, .'-r; llow (ianiMiT win, " I Limp nr
i.nriK.murniiiin opi. r aii-iiuir- 1 iiinj- 1 urn
lie .Maklnx iml- I Vlinl -4ili lu run- oirty
I c ! ("fimplt Ii- I'orLrl llojlv, '"; 1 heater
fleM'S Iller Writer. U-- Monitor nl I'rii
ina'onry, T'c 1 llow lowlonn-l hou- to ihi,
:V'C i 'lhe I-is of Love, i I-iillei' (.lll.lc to
tranty, -T-c,- Ac , Ar , A- l!i'iinioUr any or
nil of the nlwor l!t Ui lit tn yi.u J : rt -1 i : 1 1111
rtivlplof price. V'i- lniKitt unit hunt up for-J
elniinit .-arrr IkkiU. v iiiuLt- ll n tlinly.'
We unnlyour pilioii.ii.-i'. Mini for our clreu
lar.'. It will av )tu lo il-j with tu Ho not.'
rik nioiiry wllli u lnillcr-- hut n n-1 nl onri- lo
lim "nhl H-llahU-a," lluiilcr A lo., lllnxlule,
SAVE MONE Y.rt':r f .'m'ean
ImySlI wrirlh ofp)o.l foril". Why notilo It.
I Jo- l.'reat N.K.Dollir "ul-, -I Itrouiuilihl atnit,
Pinion. U llriute elalillhiil. 111H I'or M-aMh.-i,
sold rinlly i-ahl:ilile jruM win Hi 61 'lto.J ifi
al 11 llxtil jirU-i- nl only inn- Hollar. Weuu- ru
itursed mid Dromimniliil by Hit- he,t iiapi m
:ini Ihcleailhii,' incrchant"f our nalclsan hoii-
ornioe II.MIIM -l - ill. I iriB" , o " irimi k,m,'i" u
irKiiiiu uilicruiiiera. 111 im-ic unlet 11 Kiyn
to favc luniiey. We m il Jewelry, i-llwr nml
i,intel wan-, vlimwaie. ciulery. dry nml faner
omli, frrueeriej'. e.1,eon"n-, xpln-ii, mu) In farl
i-vrrythlnir, 'liichulliix u.ior elegant Iwiok.
wlui-Ji retail at one dollar anil liny renin tu lour
dollars, mid nil for J111I oiu-ilolhir. 'Ihereisno
1I1l.1i. onli-rnllii. or other trickery Om-iloUur
i-ti'ine.-iiHiy aitlrlo ou tlmlUl. iVii (' (I I', lit
you ee fiHW ixiuru )nii(. .")er if,"" uu
runs utle-l tliv oiularlty ul our cit'.it nale. W'r
i-aiinot clienny PI411 hen-of our hmlni-M. Our
lUl nl' tfooili wuuM lilt 1I1U iiilie uiiM.-r. Send
lit one.! fui-rlreiilurS aiiillivuliiuiciiilatlons fioni
our Pa lion . Vmi can saveeali. W'lllouilo
II.' iri,na.ln-a ul ol.ti- II . ()IIMI1 UN" A
I.O.. N. K.-IllILL IIS Li;, :n llmoinlii-I'l M
Clurlcii il by lhe
Slate of Illinois
lor llii! express
111 ull laiHta or iirlinle, chronic, niel ur inir) til-M-atta
In nil their couipllniUil oiui3. Il ls well
known thut Dr.. lames has bloot nt the lii-.i'l of
llieprotrji-ion for thenar ;i vuira. Aec and
epi rleiiieiii-:ill-llii)oihint. Ni-iiilmjl Weak.
iieNii,uii;iil io'U4 ny uniiiin. ooi-o"
lare Inst imnnoii, i-jiii ioiuiw v,.,.--.
I .,,11... M-aiiihi-' lhe 'most ihllinlc ul Itlltloll . call
or write. IMeajiuit Iiumu for lulic-nH. A hook
fur. tin-million. MairhOM- iluhle. wlih li U-lls
on all nln Ail ihute Uloi-irfe w no miour.i iimii
wlir not Id it iile. lo pay pont.r,'u. Or. -luinea
liiui :J looin.iinil uulur, Vou ot nn one out
the doctor oiliie liouri., .;n. to 7,1'iin. f un
lays, 10 to I-'. All limine atiletly confiden
. G. D WILLIAMSON,
Commission . Morchant,
Wo. OHIO JLEVEE.
QPKCIALttcn,tli Klu-n oe6nsl,uinents an
Dealer, in Fresh Meats
Between WMhlnsrton nd Cowioercial
TT EKCS for sale Ibe best lite, I'ork, Mutton
IV vrat. iJinli, fianiage, o., and' is prs
iiws'l tcerve iriinille iii sn srptshle manner
....... 1. 1 1 ....... .,ul Wf.w.ti If a,,tlan,nF titiil
oilier i :il nt Illm tuken IIip Klml I'renilunis t
tlioHinml iiltlii- flpeM I
tlioHiniiil ol tin- fliM'M liuum-n, lu tlm country.
;j i Ht. uiutr Ht., uiovoianu, uiuo.
liquor m: a i.:ks.
R(J SMYTH & CO.,
Wliolsssif snt "lirlr.ll Ifcvtrrs In
uim:n or ai.i, i4i.dm.
MnK ftO flhlrt I auna
not unl S-8V00,
TUriMSUf mTU CO. hr toniUnlly
ul a i
lariri stuck of the licit a-auda III (lie limr-
ki t, uiitl(lTeic-ial alliuUon to IIih Whulasala
raiicn 01 ine uiisiuraa.
Win. Glenn & Sons
Hoadquarters for Grocerios
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds Nov Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orloans Molanes,
1,500 bbls Whlto Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Reflnsd Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rtc,
100 TUfrccs Cirdrnf Rice,
500 htcfis Green and Bl kTea.
AND DTIIKIt I'ltflllft K
r.H, Til mill T'J Vtu Slrtrl. s.
.-' neurly rfeet are tin- htii- cf Iho won
deciul ui-MMitlnnr niul heollug Centaur l.lm
ineiit. that steenn eonllitetitallr my they will
nllrtlHli' nay niln urrUlui; Ironi fleih,
honi-or inmo'r 1I1 nuiueliunl. Wrilouot pie
lend that thrt-will meiirl a luolen lei? or
IrnnlnsM-nulla, Imt 1 no In iwh r-en ihey
III liiluri: the lnHiinilloii nml Hop the p-iln
Noren Mi-caiireiiler lh- priM-r re-ulta uhete
lhe Unly U pulsom-il hf MtiUky. I1111-penino.-
Nb- nectary to a projir h) ileal, u-
,TIm ssiilli-nlHiir I.IuIiiipiiS I par
tlentarty aitapfnl 10 all rairiorHlM-uiiiitll-.nl,
i.oioiht... .i iiiiii)imi 1 rnitiem., i.r..if,.
Ilrli, l.liilflitalhw, l.ul, ltruiM-4, lillK l'oloui
.--calili hcl.ntlca. Weak Hark, Cilim In the utile,
U'ouml, Wieplin; MIih-wk, lliirno, Kroileil
I't-rt , I'nNy, l.ar-urlii-, l oolli-arhe, llea--a(he,
tltcer-i, Old -plc, llrolen llua.l.. Sore M
plei, Mori- 'Xhnml. l.'ioiip, llliilherla. MA. 'liie
irio.t of lliM-'COMipliilnlillie CuiUur Liniment
Tllli1lie i "Hoi llM'lll It Will beaeflt. II Will
pxtrni-t lie il-ini from bllm ami stlniri,
and will rati Imriia nsiil utmUXn -Aitbout n
ear 'Hie rollou in l-i but a utiipU of a thou
and Miullar lei-.tlmoiilalii ;
Amioi 11. 111. , I in- 1,171
"My lie li.n for a Ioiik time iK-en 11 Itrrlhle
nutTeier fr-illl Ithi-uiuatliin hhe hat trieil mail)'
ih)lviun ami many reinnllr-i, 'the only llilin:
Ahh'h li.-i Klren her relief ll t'rnlaur l.llillni nl
I uiu njokf llo tur I III ill 1. limit her
W. II lil.M., I'.nlnuitler "
It In an iniliiputalilefact lint llu-Ceuliiur Unl
nwiitaare i-viforiidvK -nri neser lirfurp
eirei led by any wn iiarullwii iu t-xlHeni-e. ULe
(.'liionle Kli-iiiiialliinol thirty sran'manil.
1 11 ic, tnilKhteiiinir llni(i t-i niiijulut- which lunl
been Mill lor sin. year. laklusU'F wirene! fioiu
Oneilollar. ur even fifty rents, Inve-lwl In
Cenlaiir l.liilini iit will l- trllhln ivarh ulien
nn nri-lilriil ni ciiri. uml will do more irnoil
lliiiuuuy nmouiit ol iuoiu,y for nu-llral
atltanlanteji. WheiHilnkliiaut aro lallnt Ihey
freiiii.l)ty life llii M.ilnteiit, anil uf roili.e
drnw snoal urlres r.ir i.
Tlio Tollow Centaur Liniment
?,". " ;
la' adapted tothr- loiin Kin, innfrlrinnil fiiuli of
thetiuulmal riratioii tin dli-it iiioii M-iere
i-ji-e of r-puvlu, Miirtij-, Wlnil-ii.ill, lllir-lli-.ut
and I'oll-I.ill, uie Utile li-n than uiarinl
Mhiii .1. Met (hip A- Co.. Ilniixl'l'i rnr.
Klin ami r'li nl h-i , (.Inrinnult. O,, tay
'III our I.ellililllo(Mla uumlicr of leainileri
areiisln lh- Ceiitanr l.iniuient. 'Ihey pro
nniimv ii niperlrl any Shins they have t-ier
used. W'-fell 111 hbh an lour or llle iloen
liotlles per iinonlh In oh uer. of liorM-i and
We have vi-liune-i of teillmonlati ilorrililni?
rureioffipralnt. Kli-ta.lialli. I'oll-Kvll, III).
Head, and 1-1 en Koiindcia, which ure little Ir-.
than marieU. No owmr of 1111 animal ran
nO'ont lo In vlllioiit a Pollle of Uenlaur l.nil-
mi nt, which any nay may ihuip wnriu iweniy
tliiie. Ita coot. ...
hold en rvtvinic, nni piii.iini cniy ai ine
I.-ilHiratoiyof.l. II. Itusp A iUt ,
lij H1.VS1.. -New Vohk.
Cast or ia.
C'iiiss, nrfcly liahiei and cluUlnn may enjov
health, nnd niillii-mlinp rent. It Ihey will
uc-Caitorla, Wonin, leverithntjw, leelhlnir.
vrliiil ciillr , nniir etom-ich and iindlRestcdt'ooit
makecltlhlren cro-is, an-l iroiliicenlil.nc.'pi
Casluiia will nMlmllatc the food, rirl
Moriita.uiul conect ull these thlnira. 'ri'
twenty years lr. I'ltclier exiterlmentel iu bin
pi I vat practice to iiro-lucr un ed'ecllve Cathartii-.
and ktouiach regulator which would be in ellic-llvi-a
clur Oil, without ita unpleasant
taste or iicoll
Thereiutllonof bis H-rlment cxtenileit.
riiyaU'luns and mir.-es lapl-lly aitnpletl bin
rnuetly, lo which be aiu the litniu of t'like
Casluiia lj as ileiiauiit lu liike nalioney,
ifKulati-i IliestomaiUi arm howcls, ami does nut
grltic. It Is arlapteir m all UKi-a. conlalim no
iildiulivl, awl ia iibNOlulely bnriulraa In
Ui most lender Infant.
Try Csttwria once and you will uever lie
Prepared at tbe Laboratory of J. D. Hose A
Co., 4ti Uoy Street, ew orn.
'1 be last chance for good nxrlrultuial landa on
Tkn Vkaiw' l!iir.Bir, at hoc i-kii rt.NT. IntPiwI.
Don't run any risks, butKo to a country that ha
la-en proved to be Kd. Send yr ud'lipaa ,''
,.nHi.l .,v.l la l.rin., rmiife. II. .tjl.lt. H.
lluriinirton, low-aiuml iwlTfri; i-niiy r Iowa
and Nehiu.ka Fanner, wllheliarl of lands, and
ov louiid trip rateii.
Ten elegant a'tiecta of Choice Mitsto arranged
lor Ilie Piano Forte will iH-uent by mall on ie
fliil of od( dollar, (poit paid) or single coplea
at (.1 rent each'.
They can al( bu ordrird IIiioiikIi ony new
dealer In. the IT fitted States .
Happier iVays1 Instmmeulal -.Tom llrnwn
Why can 1 not Forget.', L'Urlhle
Far O'er tho Wnrei Naylalh
llltfli J.lle-Vi'alti'. Stium
Mown where lhe Violets limw Uentetne
When OldJrckson bad Ids I My, Wi-jlernn
The tlrand Old Farm "Ii"u.'
lhe College (MfelTatri htiHldanl
There' a letter In tlu Candle -"ule
Address r.ler to llenj W. Illlrhrork, I'nb
llhT.M'r!ilrdTcnm S,, s-f-u'ni.