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uiiii "aini YtMMMtaMTM in tb cou-
graaaof U Unite ftsyu; and the trrl
tsrr of Colorado, whoM admission In July
uatUato will aire It rot In the next
ileikril'iiinitr; toaJsolnflUillo tend del-
t galea to the convention.
Democratic, Conetrvatlvs and other c.ltl
paMAitka Uatosd Htetofc 'lmsDecllve of
MtpoHt(aI,at4eUtlona,u'dttrlni; to co
unU with the Democratic rartj In it
promt elort and objects, are cordially In
vtUtftoJolaita sending delegate! to the
attaaal eoareatlna. Co-operation It d
mred from all persona who would change
aa administration that ha. suffered the
public credit to become and remain Inforior
to other and le favored uatlout ; has per
stlttart rommcree to be taken away by for
ebje powere ; hai stifled trade by iinjiiit,
Unequal and pernlcloue legislation; lias
taposed UMsual taxation and rendered it
Met buruoworoe ; haa changed g rowing
proeperity Into widespread sufferlni? and
vaat; oaa squandered the public moneys
mkleeaTy.Md defiantly, and shamelessly
tated the power that ehould bare been .Tilt
to pnnlah rlme, o protect It.
Tor that) and other rtor. the national
beaweratlc paity deem the public danger
tamlasBL and earueetly desirous of ircur
tag to our country the blessings of an
eoiMsloaJ,- ,pu. and, free government,
ordially lavlte" the co-operation of their
rellow-cUlseni In the effort to attain tbla
TaeeaMA. Walker. Alabama.
B.H. CockriU, Arkansas.
Rnal kfrnacnln. California.
WiMsss at, Baraum, Cenaectlcut.
a. mi Lrion, ueorRia.
CrrsaH MeCorwIck. Illinois,
Tbomaa DowJInf , Iedlaaa.
M. If. Haae, Iowa.
Isaac E. Baton. Kansas.
Henry D. McHenry, KcUucky.
Hoary D. Ogden. LouWlnn.
L. D.M. Qweat, Maine.
A. lo Knott, Mary land.
WIMam A. Moore. Mlsbijren.
William Locbren, Minnesota.
J. M. Sharps, Mississippi.
Jao. O. Priest; Missouri.
Geo. L. atitler, Mebratka.
Tkoa. H. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. B. Edgerly, New Hampshire.
Thee.F. Randolph, New Jenev.
M. W, Biaiorn, Worth Carolina!
Job G.Thompeon, Oblo.
J ame K. Kelley, Oregon.
Jesses r. Barr. Pennsylvania.
Jtloholaa VanSlyok, Rhode Island.
Titos. Y. Staaons, South Carolina.
WllUam B. Bate, Tennestee.
V. I. etockdale. Tez.
B. B.aatallcy, Vermont.
Je-hat Goods. Jr.. Virginia.
Joh Blair Hoge. West Virginia.
Ueorge H. Paul, Wisconsin.
Thorns M. Pattereon. Colorado.
AUGUSTUS 8CHEL1., New York,
EnDtCK O. Princi, Massachusetts,
Secretary National Democratic Com.
WAratNOTOM. Pebrnarr 2i. 1676.
convention! were lieldon
Tb Philadelphia board of trade de-
nlee, la a circular, that the hoteli In that
olty are charging exorbitant rates.
Ma. Blaine U tick and cannot appear
before, mm eotnnlttee lorcetlgatlng the
Arkaoau bonda matter.
Ma. Wat. Htxnv Hcblbut, brother
of Coagreeiinan ilurlbut, ot the Fourth
Illinois District, has purchased from
Manton Marble, heretofore controlling
editor ot the New York World, his en
tire stock in the paper, and will succeed
aim as editor. Mr. Ilurlbut has been
as f the editorial staff of the World
for a limber of years. The political
slgatflcaooa of the change Is said to be a
"transfer of the influence of the paper
from Mr. Tlldeo, persotially, to the Dem
The last four numbers of Zell's popular
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Delusive, have been receive datthls of
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giving the pronunciation of all common
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ery conceivable topic ;and the only one to
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TBB BBrCBLICAB BrATE TIC KET.
The State ticket put in nomination by
the IUpublleeni en Wedaeeday, we have
no hesitation In saying, Is a good one tor
the parry. The Hon. Shelby M. Cullora.
who lead the ticket, Is a clever, genial
gwtkemaa, e4 ao aetrto MMUcian. and In
rhe several peUe peeltlefis In wblcblio
has served by the saSrsges ot Ills party,
always did credit to himself and bis con
stituents. Rhuman, of the Chicago
JWmaf, (n t m, of g0(Mi
reputation end a popular member ol his
perty. Barlow, rvnoulnated for secre
wttarr of state, has ailed the DoaUton
srejdittAiy tor oee tern. The Ulauce of
ate.-ctaaUs. Meedlei, Beuiz, and
Msr sidltw, State Treasurer,
4 Artirsasjr-Oeaeral, respecUvely,
do m discredit to the State ticket,
la order to beat tbesa Republican sund
ard bearers to November, the Democracy
ol llllnoU must ink n wise selection t'f
candidates for State officersmutt t In
nomination men whose chnraoter for hon
esty and nullity cannot be questioned,
and who will be to the Republican nomi
nees, focman worthy of their steel.
Till'. I.IVlftH '
The numbers of Tht tivin.n .4 for
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Christian Population In Turkey, London
Quarterly AVnVw; Koutselet's Travels hi
India, W'estmlnhter lleritw, Dutch On
Inna, Part IV, by Y. Olfford Palgravej
Fortnightly Hexit ; Kusslaii Idylls, Con
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and Journals ot (Seorjio Tleknor, Atht
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MyKaster Holiday, I'M Mall Iliulyd;
Mclghbon. Liberal Review; Lord Palmer
ston at Ilroadlands, Month ; and other
Interesting articles, together with an
amusing story entitled "1S05," and parts
V mill VI ol "What .She came Through,"
by Sarah Tytler, author of'Lndy Bell,"
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The Deuiocratio 3tato convention of
Xcw Jersey met at Trentou on Tuesday
The resolutions adopted reaffirm the priu.
ciplrs set forth in the platform of the
last Democratic Stale convention In New
Jersey. They favor the restoration ol
gold and silver, as the bases of the cur
rency, as soon as practicable. 1 hey fa
vor economy of administration, and the
punishment of corrupt officials. They
recogni.e the amendments to the Federal
Constitutional part ol the organic: law o(
the country, ami declare the determina
tion of the Democracy of tho .Slate to
abide by that instrument In all Its parts,
In letter and in spirit.
They declare that the national admin
istration, by its imbecility, extravagance
and gross corruption, lias disgraced it
self and brought the country to the verge
ol financial ruin, and further that the
thanks of the people me due to tho iiouc
ol representatives ol tho United States
lor reducing appropriation and contlu
Ing expenditures within proper limits,
and also lor instituting Investigations
and unearthing fraud and corruption in
A. resolution suggesting to the De
mocracy of other States that the nomina
tion ol Joel Parker would Insure the suc
cess ol the Democracy In the approach
ing presidential contest, and requesting
the delegates chosen to present hts name
to the National Convention, and urge his
nomination, was pasted amid loud ap
A nephew of Mrs. Belknap was mar,
rlcd in Harrodeburg on the 23d Inst., and
the event is chronicled as the grandest
social aft'slr since the marriage ol Mrs
Belknap herself in the same town a few
The impotent arrangement for the
delivery of baggage In Philadelphia
caused serious inconvenience to many on
the opening day of the exhibition. An
attachsof a foreign legation had hourly
expected the delivery ot his tniuk for
fourdays. It was Important to have It,
as it contained hU court dress. lie could
aot leave hi hotel to take part In the
opening ceremonies, nor enjoy any ot the
entertainments during his stay, and
wound up hU list ol grievances by say
ing he wore the same shirt for four days.
One oftlie moit beautiful sections In
Slaehlnery Hall, writes a correspondent
of the Louisville Courier Journal, Is that
of the exhibitors of sewing machines.
There arc glass cases in (vhlch are dis
plays ot different kinds of work. Deli
cate embroidery upon fabrics which vary
In texture from lace to leatberure shown.
The silk dresses will comparo with those
from London and Paris. The machines
are gotten up In the most elegant style.
Inlaid woods of all kinds, ns well as plain
rosewood, ebony, mahogany, nnd walnut.
Neatly-attlrcd women are working these
machines, and attract crowds who watch
the neatiiei'i nud dispatch with which
work Is done. It U a splendid advertise
ment for the (liferent patents.
Tho pluck ami peristcnco!of Anna
Dickinson, says tho Springfield Rejmbtl-
ean, aro serving her well In her fight for
a placo on the tragic stage. Her acting
is much better now titan nt first, and this
proved capacity for training will help
her forward In morn ways than one. She
Is not yet eminently successful, but she
is gaining, ami has made an engagement
at the Globo for a second week a fact
which, in Itself, shows that the public
aro still Interested In her acting, or con
tinue to be partial to her for old ac
quaintance's sake. Probably both rea
sons hold, and there is a third one, which
ten- or tue critics last week remembered
to mention. It Is this she Is, and apears
to be, a distinguished person on tho
stage, quite apart from her mode of act
ing or me merits of hct plav. You may
.il.iii. a s . - . ... J
uwiiko ncr voice nnu criticise her tres.
tures, but you do not find hor ttresomuor
nt, as many successful actors ars.
The (lame ot Halo.
new game. Introduced hv riiimir
Ueunctt, of the Herald, and a pwccl of
miMum aweus, uius lair to bo tho scuss
tlon this tcasou. The game H nothing
more nor less than hookey on horseback.
Sides are chosen, tho players arc mounted
on norses, and armed with a lluht. lorn?
mallet. (Stakes are set, and a ball Is tossed
luto the ring, and the sport begins. Each
tide tries to force the ball beyoud the
stakei of 1U opponents, it affords room
lor a great ckal ot lancy riding, and a deal
oruexterlty In the mo of the mniut
For thli game, these tamo miutangi are
used, their tmallnws enabling tho rider
to resell the hall with more ease, and
their wonderful quickness suiting them
for a game In which the horse playsqultc
as Important a part as the rider. It Is an
oxcltlng game, and will become Immense
ly popular Indeed, It will Imvp ns wild n
run ns baseball. Hundreds ol nmatcttr
horsemen from abroad have already
witnessed tho practice games of the New
York club, and have organized clubs In
their own cities. Look out for Polo-It
U the coming amusement.
. - . -
Atlvirv in ll ke Prupoae AllenetlMa;
the Ureal Oalennial Hhow
(Cor. Memphis Appe.il.
Pim.ADKM-iiu, May 20. 1 would nil
vlsoall who expect to visit the exposition
not to stop nt the hotels In the city ot
Philadelphia. The average dlstanee
from the city hotels and boardlng-houes
to the park is about four miles, nud the
ride Is anything but Icomfortahle and pic
turesque. After having tried it for a week
I have determined to move nearer the
exhibition ground. I have spent near
ly two hours each day traveling to and
from the park, hi crowded curs, seldom
able to llud a scat, and when so fortunate
holding It with violence to my con
science, for there Infallably appears
some nnclent Quaker lady to whom thee
will feel In duty bound to offer thy place.
There teems to be scarcely any young
Quakeresses In Philadelphia. 1 have
met but one. This morning I went into
nstore to buy a p ilr of socks, and a ptet
ty, black-eyed young girl behind the
counter said : "Wlll.thee have them plain
or striped?'' Now, my particular
vanity Is stripei socks, but .1 told her
plain, for I was anxious to mako good
impression. It costs twelve cents to ride
on the street cars to and from the exposi
tion and one dollar In a cab, The time is
iibout the ssmc, but life is too short for
either, and I would advise those who de
sire to make the most of the show to take
rooms a near the grounds as possible.
The hotel erected near the exposition
buildings have accommodations quite as
good as those In the city, indeed better,
for they have been built with special ref
erence to summer comfort and this special
occasion, and have spacious, airy features
that cannot be found In the inns ol the
city built a quarter ol u century ago.
The prices are the same as the city hotels
but those near the grounds are really less
expensive when the economy of time, car
and carriage hire Is considered, tor the
visitor to the wonderful microclsm In
Fatrraount park may step fresh from hi
bed and breakfast into tire main building
while those who have slept in the city ar
rive an hour later, jaded by an uncoin
fortablc ride, and feeling more like going
p bed than undertaking; the fatiguing
tramp of forty miles, involved in a jour
ney around the various exhibits. Of tbcSg
hotels the the Grand Exposition and the
Globe houses the tlrst on the European
plan, and the latter on the American plan
are perhaps the moU desirable : the other1
are the Trans-continental. United
Slow bt Declaration wa Hated.
There 1' an article in Scrlbner which
mentions that the original Dcelaration of
Independence was save by Mr. Stephen
C. Pleasontou, fifth auditor of the treas
ury, when the State department and pub
lic buildings were burned by the British
In lSl l! This Is a mistake. When all
tlic officials hIouc with the president
(ilr. MadUonland his wife, were fleeing
from the capital to a place of safety, a
gentleman named Joslah Wilson King,
then clerk of the diplomatic bureau, re
mcmbered the valuable document, which
had been forgotten and left to perish in
the flames. Mr. King, at the peril of be
ing taken prisoner, returned to the de
partment, and with his penknife cut the
parchment from the frame, and kept it
in his posM.-ssiou until peace and quiet
werercitored. Oncof Mr. King' daugh
ters married Samuel Mckean, son of
Governor McKean, of Pennsylvania, who
was one of tho "signers." Mrs. McKean
died last winter, but her children, who
live here and are my dearest friends, have
olteu heard their mother speak of the
circumstance of the rescue of the Decla
ration by their grandfather, and that she
had often had It in her hand and read in
the original. Mrs. Hlggius, another
daughter of Mr. King, still lives here
and can vouch for the correctness of this
stutement. Her only daughter Is the wife
of Professor Fairlarnh, whose opera and
opera company I wrote about a few
weeks ago. Mr. Pleaxouton, Mr. King
and Mr. McKean all came here with the
government. Mr. Piensontoii died a lew
years ago, and was never heard to claim
the honor of saving from the lames our
magna chart. Washington Cor. Loitii
The most gorgeous contrast of color
upon white, or tho yellowish tinges hi
vogue, will be seen lu dressy costumes
In the coining hummer. Because, it is
Centennial year, and everybody Is
under tho necessity of wearing the
red, white and blue, taste goes a stop
farther, and sanctions such unions as
cardinal red, with either brighter Mario
Louise blue, or, what is more effective,
deep navr blue, and ecru or yellow. The
three colors arc worn lu bows and sashes
on black silks, grenadine especially, and
on whlto inusllu dresses. Please observe
tho distinction; tho warmest, richest
shades must bo ued, not merely bright
ones. It will not do to wear cherry-color
audaziie together, for stylish effect on
white dress or a black one ; the red and
blues are to bo deep ana bright together.
Instead ol the uullorm relief ot black and
brown trimmings scon so long, street
suits of the pale brown and the fashiona
ble pearl grays are piped with blue and
crlmion, very likely both together, In
slight Hues that light the dress hi the
most subdued, bewitching way, while
while linens of the same peep out from
sleeves and rulHcs, or 'the revorso of
block trlmlngs on the edgo, making a
Summer-eilk graclousncfj of attire, very
rdoashiff to tho eves ol men, and tho'.o
women who do not see any special sin
fulness 111 a hit of color. '
A New Jersey ngrlculturlst Is experi
menting upon forcing the growth or po
tatoes by means or steam pipes
under tho ground and has succeeded In
forcing a growth ol fifteen Inches hliih
In two weeks from date of planting.
The potatoes have always turned out
small lu comparison to the vine. Tills
Is a new Idea, hut the practicability of
forcing vegetables by electricity dates
back as faras 1811, when n Mr. Pell, ol
Hyde Park, on tho Hudson l.'lvcr, forced
the growth of tomatoes so that lu a week
from the date of planting the I'lanti bore
small ripe tomatoes an Inch lu diameter.
The following was the way It was done.
A row of tomato plant, forty feet long,
was set out; at one end a sheet of copper
an eighth of an Inch thick, fourteen in
ches wldo and four feet long was placed
perpendicularly two feet in the ground,
leaving two leet In the air; nt tho other
end a zinc plate ol'samu sizo was simil
arly placed; a wire carried over poles
was fasteucd to each of these plates, the
earth completing the circuit; an abund
ance of manure was used, and In one
week the result w as as above stated.
This crop was also followed by three
other weekly crops ol the same sizo with
in a month. Of course It 1 not
necessary to limit the length of the row
to forty feet, and a It is u Mmple nud
easy thing to do. perhaps some of the
readers of Tin: Winn will make the ex
periment. Qninty Whig.
A XOTKWIlKTHV II.Ll'ftTMATKD
The New York Evening I'ott says:
"The noteworthy Illustrated paper In
Scribner's Monthly tor June Is '-Old land
marks In Philadelphia," by Mrs. Ile
becca Harding Davis, who has been
lately writing some ot the very best ar
ticles of tills class Hint we remember seeing
anywhere. Mrs. Davis brings to bear
upon n task which Is too often commit
ted to the hands ot perfunctory hack
writers, a large share of the genius which
has made her a foremost figure among
American writers of fiction, and the re
sult abundantly proves the wisdom ol
the editor In selecting such a writer for
such a work. The paper is worthily Il
lustrated with more than thirty engrav
ings." lk Marvel," on the Great Exhibition.
The picturesque, social, nnd icsthctio fea
tures of the Centennial Inhibition will
be dccribed in Scribner's Monthly, lu a
series of papers by Donald G. Mitchell,
author of "Keveries of a Bachelor," ,lMy
Farm at Edgcwood." etc.
St. Elmo, 111.. July S, IS7L
K. V. PiKKCE. M. D.. Buffalo, X. V :
I wish to add my testimony to the won
derful curative properties your Alt.
Ext., or Golden Medical Discovery. I
have taken jrreat interest iu this medi
cine since I tlrst ued It. I was badly af
flicted wl'.h dyspep'ia, liver deranged
and au almost perfect prostration ol the
nervous system. So rapid and complete
did the Discovery etfecta i;rfect cure
tltat It seemed luiore like magic and a
Icrfect wonder to myself, and since that
time we have never been without a bot
tle of the Discovery nnd Purgative Pel
lets In the house. They arc a solid,
sound family physician in the house and
readv at all times to fly to the relict of
sickness without charge. We have
never had a doctor in the hou-e since we
llrt began the tie of your Pellets and
Discovery. I have recommended the
umj ot these medicines In several severe
and complicated caes nrh-lng from, as I
thought, an impure state of the blood,
and in no one case have they failed to
more than accomplish all they are
claimed to do. I will only mention one
as remarkable, (though I could give you
dozen). Henry Hosier, furniture
dealer, ol this place, who was one of the
most pitiful objects ever seen, his face
swollen out of shape, scales and eruptions
without end, extending to his body,
which was completely covered with
blotches and scales. Nothing that he
took seemed to effect it a particle
finally Induced him to try a few bottles
of the Golden Medical Discovery, with
daily use ot tho Pellets, assuring him It
would surely euro him. He commenced
its use some six weeks since, taking two
Pellets each night for a week, then one
each night, and the Discovery as directed
The result Is, to-day his skin is perfectly
smooth, and the scaly eruptions are gone,
He has taken somo seven or eight bot
tles In all, and considers himself cured
This case had hallled the skill of our best
physicians. Messrs. Duusford & Co.
druggists, ol this place, aro scllin,
largely ot your medicines and the dc
inanil steadily increases, and they glv
perfect satisfaction in every case.
u 'JI-diw lw:t."i
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UuIuk lu liniieae or Uolorailo
Take the Atchison, Topcka and Hant
Fo railroad, the new and popular line
from Atchison and Kansas City, via the
beautiful Arkansas valley, to Pueblo
Colorado Springs, Denver, Cannon City
Cuclmms, Del Norte, Santa Fo and all
points iu Colorado, New Mexico and
Arizona. Special round trip W) day tick
ets to Denver on sale May loth, at $30,
taking In the famous watering places on
the D. k It. G. road. Low emigrant
rates to the Sau Juan mines.
Pullman palace sleeping cars between
the Missouri river and tho Kocky Mottn
tains without change. Close connections
made nt Kansas City and Atchison
union depots. For maps, time tables
and the "Sau Juan guide," adddrcss,
T. J. Andi'.hsox,
Gen. Pas. Agt. Topcka, Ivan.
Hkst Haki.su Sum: thkv bvkh Saw.
Housekeepers who have used the Charter
Oak for years say it is the best baking
stove they every xaw ; hakes quickly and
evenly with little fuel, nndg clean as
JONVKYANCKR8, NOTARIES PUBLIC
Land Airenta of tho Illinois Con t rat and
Burltimton and Uulncy R. It.
Mutlncs Hoiio lately occupied by
Wood ItittciihoiHf it ( 'o., on Levee he
low Mfh street. Ileal very reasonable!
Dwelling houo, 7 rooms; 10 lots
ruclowd, in good order, on Twenty
fourth nnd Walnut streets. Kent low to
n good tenant.
Two tenements on west sldo of Com
mercial avenue near Fifth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $S
Dwelling house, S room, on Fifth
street near Walnut, In good repair. Kent
$12.50 per month.
Cottage, 2 rooms and kitchen,
i'wenty-llrst street, nenr Sycamore-
north side. Kent $5, per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
'Iftccnth and Popular. Kent low.
ltaement of brlek building, west side
of Washington avenue near Eighteenth
street, five rooms in good condition!
Ilulldlng on east side of Comniercla
avenue, near 'J otitis street, suitable lor
carpenter shop. Cheap rent.
llullding on west side of Commercial
ivenue, near Twciitn street, Old "Lity
Hall." Kent very low.
Tenements, olllccs and rooms lu vari
ous lacation. Kcnts low.
Lots and lands for sale or lease.
John Q. IIak.man v Co.,
Ileal K-tato Agents, comer Sixth and
,evec street. J-15-tf
Viitennliil llt-vr Hull Our Niiloon,
Fred llolhcln. has newly fitted up his
place iu the most beautiful and magultl-
cent style, and Is the handiest ami coolust
place in the city for comfort lu warm
weather. He has also a private room for
ladle, separate from the bar room, and
will try to make it as comlortable for his
customers as possible, and will
ry to treat everybody with re-
pect. He will nUo have on hand the
cst brands ol cigars; liquors and wines,
ud other cool ihinks wliich tlic Centen
nial times require, lie will also have
illicit at all hours day and night, and n
big Centennial glass of lager beer always
on hand, cool and creamy, which can't
he beat in Cairo. 1 Iu will have on hand
u the icslaurant line Swiss cliec.-e. Liin-
berger chee.-e, hand cheese. Holland her
ring, sardines, sardelles, anchovIcs,cavlar.
pigs' feet, sour tongue, pickled tongue,
pickled eels, saudwlrhes, and all other eat'
Ibles In the market. Come and give him
A X. I l.iinmlr.v.
It Is now conceded that .Mrs. Coleman
the laundress, No. 12 Fourth -trcet, he.
tween Washington and Commercial avej
nues, has one of the best conducted laun
dry establishments iu the city, and land
lords of hotels ami boarding houses will
find It to their advantage to call upon
her. Her prices are a follows: Hotel
and boardir.g-hou-e wa-hlng 7.1 cents
per dozen. For piece work prices aro as
follows: .Single shirt and collar, luc; per
dozen, SOc; sock, uc; two collars, ."c;
two handkerchief-', ."c; vests, "0c; anu
all gentlemen's wear, SOc. per dozen.
Ladles plain calico dres-es, 2.'c; calico
dresses with extra trimmings, Me; white
dretscs, $1 2."c; ladles' undcrware, fine
and coarse, $1 CO per dozen. l-2.'l-ti.
Hoard nnd ftount Wmilcrt.
Nor a man and wife and daughter (live
years of age) In a family of respectability,
lloom must bo well furnished ; have
wardrobe and other conveniences. The
gentleman will be away a portion ol the
time nnd will expect to pay a certain
amount for the room luriilshcd and a cer
tain amount for wife and child's hoard
nnd gentlemen s board to be for the time
at home. Would like a place where
could make a permanent home.
Address, Hox No83, Harrlsburg, Ills. .'I
involution of Copitrlneralilp.
The copartnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned is this day dis
solved by mutual consent, John .Madden
withdrawing from the firm. Henry L
Kinncur assumes all liabilities of; the
late tlrm of .Madden & Klnucnr, and w ill
collect all outstanding debts duo the
firm, and will continue binines3 at the
old stand. .Ioh.v Maiii:.v,
IIk.np.v L. KlNM'.AIt.
Caiiio, III., .May 23d, 1870. lit
The l'liu i-.
For a clea.i shave, u faihlonablo hair
cut, or a thorough shampoo, go to .1
Ocorgo Stclnhouso on F.ighth street,
Alexander County Hank building. His
shop Is always neat; his towels always
clean ; his assistants always polite, and
his tables covered with the latest dally
papers, for the benefit of his customers
Wo will pay no bills contracted by any
employe of Tm: Hulu:tin, unless tho
samo is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of tho com
pany, and wo will ueoopt no orders given
by an umployo of tho company, for any
Caiiio Hullktin Company.
November 1D.1W5. tf
Wood I Wood t
For sale at SI 50 per load. Stove wood,
sawed and split, $1 per cord. Four foot
wood, $3 50 per cord, delivered In any
part ot the city, lllg lot of stove wood
on hand. Leavo orders nt No. 31 Klghth
street, and they will receive prompt at
tention. 5.13.1m. F. W. Waiid.
l)ANui:n or I)f.i.ay. Mnny Victims lie
Iu decay, and many Lives nro thrown
away (by (.'olds, Coughs, Catarrh, nnd
Lung DUsaie) that might bo cured with
perfect ease, for future Health and Hap
piness, by using a bottle of Wishaut's
Pino Tree Tar Cordial, an infallible
Remedy for Consumption. (20)n-S5wlt
JOHN Q HARMAH A
Aire Tou Going to Paint?
THEN USE MILLEli BROS
mXMlttS .'alfrtfral Colors. or ..Holly print
Chenper hVI H ;m.lr,r.. warranted Much Handaomernii.l
I'lHCK liKIHX'ni.SUMH.K CAllll MKXT. 1'
I'SS-w ly. ..
W aii JiarAatum, Hiva Kkidiit,
New Urlmos .
Ilt-low lilili wnttror 1ST1.
frerKfiuit, Signal BttIcp, , s. A,
Steamer .Jim Flsk,-Paducah. ' "
" ity Vicksburg, Vlcksburg.
" John A. Scudder, New Orleans.
" Andy I!a.um,Sleniphls,'
" ' Golden ltule, Cincinnati.
" Itcrmuda, Nashville,
owboat Polar Star, Tcnii. river.
fjteamcr Jim Fisk, Paditeah.
" City Vlcksburg, St. Loul.
" City Helena, Vlcksburg.
" John A. Scudder. St. Loul-".
Andy Damn, Cincinnati.
" Golden ltule, New Orleans
" Ilermiula, Nashville.
Towbo.it Polar Star, St. Louis.
The river, last evening, was 39 feit
U 3-j Inches on the gauge, having fallen 15
Inches during the previous 21 hours.
The weather has cleared ofl and Is
turning warm again.
lliuiiiess dull. '
Ski: hocn. C. Kocli, at Ins shop, and
store room, No. t0 Commercial avenue,
has for sale a stock of boot and shoes of
his own make ; nUo n lull stock of leather
and findings lor sale ; nnd n ,
large stock of St. Louis cu
tout made hoots and shoe. He
keepi the ix'-t material and is up in all
the latest -tyies. His tits are )crfcct, and '
satisfaction Is guaranteed. Give him a '
Tin: rru.-iiAcrc iiu:s. The fashions
are all the while getting into hot water.
Hoops took It iu their day, and now It U
the pull-back style of dress. Ladies who
have any regard lor their health should
keep supplied with 1Iai.i.' IIai.sam, the
best remedy tor cough', cold, and nil
throat nud lung complaint. Price,
$1 00. Hold everywhere. .V2.j.wlt (5)
Lyon's Katiiaihon makes beautiful
loy, luxuriant hair; prevents Its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test or -10 y ears. Is eiinriniugiy iieriuuicu
and has no rival. U-lo-d.tw-ly
Hagan'sMacinoma Kami ire-eru- and
c-torcs the complexion : removes freck-
p-i. tan and kiiiowiicss: ; makca the skin
sott, wuito anil itcueaic. us appucatio
cannot bo detected. 3-lU-d&wly.
ii a . u t a i y.n i:.vr.
riKI'Olir iiC the cnnilillon of llif City Xa
X llonnl ll.ilik, at L'nlro, in Die Muti- nl till.
Kiln, at the clou-
til ImilM'-ss, timnt, .my r.-,
Iiani nnd ilUaninta.
IJ h Ilomla to fertnii i-irrnlutiaii.... Wfitv
urhcratuct.i, hjiiu nnu mortioiiet ,. S3, 812 Vi
Due fiom niipnivnl r-t-rc ak't-iilD... tiiV.'ii
Duu from other Xatloiiul ll.inkn ll.ts'X) .11
liicfrom ttut laiikiutut h.iliki'.,.. n.'.-JI II ,
Itml (Htiile. fiiriiluiu- uml ll.tur-4.... ."I
L'nrientvxpi"M and tavc paid -.. 4,015 3." i
UlilCSn UIHl lllllir CU-II Ullll !. .!
ISill or other Xutlona! lmnki ,.i7 l i
Kntctluiialrurn-ury.liicluilinKnlcl.IrH , -T I .n
untr ilncitiu iiKKiiniirrniuir null") ," i
l.'-'al-ti-nJ-r nolra '.'..uo W
Hrliiiiitioii fund with l!. .-j. Itra-U- ,
ver ir ikt i-nt. i.l c rculat on) i.ai ng i
Puelromu tiwuiirr, ntiu-r man
Sirrcrnt. rnl''liiition luml
Cupltnl stock paid In $lii,onn w
Surplus fiinil -.O.diotO
other iindlildiil prnllt UJ.oni ;
.Nnuoiml iuiiik tioirit oiuxiunaiiir ij,im
I ndl Iiltml ilriiooltn xuhlrrt to clii cl.... '.'in.lbl 31
Due to other Xatlotial banks . - i.'W 11
Due to Mate IranM una h-.iul.i-r M ,.vh i
Total - ttoljm l
-iti-drillinoU, County of Alexander
I. A. II. Mill'onl. Cnshlir of tha alum-
naiueil hank, do solemnly Hwear tltat the above
ulatement U true to the bent of my Lnoivledi.'C'
nud belief. A H. SAKKOIttl, Cahlcr.
Mih'cillinl nnd Mtum In iieiore im-tlila situ
layol'JIay, UT'J. W II.MUHItlS,
II I.. IIAI.i.lDAV.
It II UIINMNRIIAM, J Directors.
W I'. IIAhl.lD.W. S
State of lllinolu
lor Die Miircsa
.....v. ,,i iirivuie. iliroulc. nnd urinary ill-
heaiea In nil their complicated fnrma. H l wel
kiiouiitUatDr..laiuealiai alooil ut the head ol
the proI't-iiHinn for thciat 3o jearn. Ae uiid
cxiirieuccaieull-lmi)orlaBt. Mcinlunl Weak.
I1CHM, nlghl losses oy urcama. pimpics ou ine
lace, lost manhood, can iiosltlrely be cuicul
Ladles wanlliiK the iiiot delicate attention, call
or write. I'lcaeunt home, fur ptilienta. A book
for the. million, marriage iiunic, unicii luita
you all about these dlscaes who aliould murry
-Wliv Iioi iv leum 10 pay ivmhu.
haaUl roonn and bailor. You tee no one but
the doctor Ollitc houra, o a.m. to 7 p.m. Sun
day, iu to U. All bualncan itilctly contlUilt-
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3-IKCK WON.
.Inst what Is wantd. fend 3-rent alarup for
rlicularto KMl'lllK POUTAUK KIKUK CO,
Troy, New Yoik. !l-.'Htr
At Ihe rii'lLKTIN Oftlce, Cairo, llllnolf .
FRIDAY, MAY 38, 1876.
I S. STULTZ,
SupHrtti! by thr
a fat At (!nmtisnv In lmsrl'i. Ina
cluUink' MAUJKUKH'g J-'UI.L HltASS
For Two Nights Only.
SmtA rortirml nt llartmaii'c. itor
srliool l-MMrvn, ICcj ClilUlitu, J.'ci
NniMMay, a e'llvek,
GRAND COMEDY MATINEE.
Wm. lenn & Sons
Headquarters for Qrocerlos
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhda New Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Reflnod Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Reflned Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice.
100 Tiercos Carolinr Rice,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea,
ani OTiir.it pKonru:,
N. 70 mill 7 J Tins ftlre ft, UI!V.. II.
St. Charles Hotel,
PRICES limil TO SUIT THE TIKES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom audBorJ,3l Floor S2.00 I'orDny
Spsolavl Ratoa by Week or Month
A limited ntimW of ry dnIraWc tmnlljr
room can lie ft-tintd at ruuunulilc rati s lor tlio
i 'llieM, l.twrlin In Hie litKi'elii'll-l uni(ilnt
kI lluiin- In Mmtlimi lllliiuia.ttiitl ii I ho 1iiiiiii
liold In Uilrci XulnlllutHiiillui; tlir "tUil
Unci." Kiliicliiin In itlr-H, lln- IhIiIc Mill, ut
i ii-ual, l.p UUrnlly mipiilliil ullli lln mj-1 it.
al'eti-nlliltiK that ran ! t'limcl in nmrkft.
I I'iiit- write nuiiiplv ruoina fur ioiiiiih rrlnl tmv
rli-r. on cr'"1!".' 'hior, int-of charp-
the holi-1 wltlKint rlmrifp
Ji.wKTr wit.-ox au ,
"NT A CtTONT ' ' MM ,,"'T,r
u.i.X r..UJ3ji. .l.C()UI,,r for .ht
I r-lle'a XeiKpapcri and Masatine-t, Ihe oldest
mtnlilNhiil lllmtrutcl I'fitodlrah InAineilcn.
ehey are now flrm ulTeiid to ranvaiiM-in, who
w ill, If Ihey m-rure nn nfiency and eclu-le lir
rltory. lie rnablcil In Intro-luce teenli-rn lll't-
rlius lllutratcl 1'rrlfMllcil-", miitiil to as many
dlilinct tatea or w.mtn, nml, Willi tlir choice
from eight new and ben ml hi I chromo, kIviii
fnv of costs In nich nnntial Mibscrlber. lie cn
ableil tc nei-urt. one or more tulncrlptlons In
very family In their district. To skilinn ran-YiiKi-cra
this will -urermanrnt iinploTinent,
and the n ncwaU each ji-ar will lie n source o
lady imd asiiriH rsvenne, Specimen paperf
and most lilieral cnutsent tn all appllMiuts whu
name tl lerrnory uiey uenin-o cauvuaa . .tut
dresa, Agency Dtpartment, "-'lauk lyeilie ti
I'liblMiltiK Home, M7 IVarl Htr-el, New Vork
U.K. AKIN ChlcagOi
Akin A Co.v
Dealt rs In
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, - - - CAIRO, ILLS.
rj!"'10'0 favorlnis ut with their initronaRO
wtllllnd u coiniilrlr i'neof coods from which t
elect, at Dottoin imccs.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
sr. c ixuoim,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK.
Bulletin Buildlna, Cor. Twelfth Street
and Washington Areuue,
Oc'ouuty und IlailroudW'ork a St'erlaltv
Straw 5 Felt Ms
tU(i N. (Ilbhlrcol, Nl. l.uniM, Mn,
IawIIui: t-atablishnieiit of Ilic Wet-t. IIIiHACU
1NII. llYINU. Al.TIJlllXU. ami all kinds of
Mllliners' Work done promptly. Plaster llloi-k
foraalr. Charges paid on gootU cent us. Kt inl
for l'lates. l.t'-iUwliu
The last dianr for good ngilcultuml hinds ou
Ten Ykahs' Cukbit, at Hocraa mnt. Iiitcit-al.
Don't rim anv rlska, but go to a country lltul httj
been proved to i koxI- nd your autti-esa by
liostal caul to Una Coin'r. U. A M. ;,
llinltnaton. Iowa, und receive free copy of lowai
ami Nebraska Farmer, with chart or lanns, mi.
mv rnnnti rrm raii-a.