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Kell MMter Ktftw re.
Tim total rote of Vk-kbnfg Is 1.270.
Cairn can Miow t bi;:jrcr poll tlian that.
Bi.atxr, Brltow anil the Cn-at l"n
known arc a little rc-rvoti. Wrd!ir-dy
Is (Ik; Important day.
Iot Prnno lias put down name
fur a liberal iibsfrlption t the Washing
ton monunir-nt and hat p jiiiifl block
of granite from Brazil.
Thk iiitl-Rlalne UaJicalJ are alraid P..
will do eoim-tliiog brilliant Again, t'oi.k
llrifr auJ Morton rbouIJ ruit.loy loxne
pcron to hold him until alter the Cin
cinnati con rcn tio n.
Senator Shi rmax predict a "muscII
chauffc taminc'' next fall, and declare
that be will never vote to adjourn until
congreM ha provided for the i?ue of
more ilrcr coin.
Thk Maine anl Bristow I'.epiiblicaiis
of Illinois are on the verge of a quarrel.
The Maine men intimate that If their can
didate I defeated at Cincinnati, the
"Kristow nun will not be permitted to
tdmlnlster upon hi estate." That is, U
they cannot have Blaine, they will not
have Brutow. Meantime Blame contitme
to explain and Britow club incne in
number and strength all over the country.
Tn ir Republicans of Indiana are anx
iotw to discard Oodlow a. Orth as their
standard bearer in the full campaign.
Orth bad a dUn-putahle connection with
the Venezuela claims when be was a
member of congrcs. He retuc to ex
plain the matter to the satisfaction of his
friends, and the rumor 1 that he w ill be
requested to resign bis candidacy and
that a man with an unexceptionable
reord will be put lu his place.
OvK or the charges against Gov. Ti!
den U that he has employed the advertis
ing firm of Bates JE Locke to procure
the Insertion" b Iie papers of the coun
try of 'puftV of Liiuiclf. Gov. Tllden
denies that be has done so. Cute &
Locke say they were employed by re
sponsible parlies, but they refuse to make
public the names or their employers aim
will not even .tell to which party they
I corxT," baid the Kev. Kobert ol-
lyer lately, "every attempt to rake up
the old trouble a violent, bitter thing,
unworthy our nation and the great Anglo-Saxon
lamily, and I am oxbamed ol
the tuen of my own State who could say
the thing that has Just been sai l In our
own State capital that they might add
wormwood to gall." This is a hard
blow struck by a lUuiosf" divine at Mr.
faw at lAU got beyond iMpi,? "f
now swimming most dpt-tu.-iji wbs
;ape the disaster rr drowning in the tlood
or public criticism that has been sweeping
down upon bira during the r.at lew
days. He is bold and dsiorate and
may make tlie shore, but apitcaranet-s in
dicate that his end is near. W admire
the gallantry wl:h L';h he bullet the
wave, but we believe, while we look up
on his struggle Iroru the there, that be
rk-ldy denr- drowning.
Gov. Btvti:liw;t wa present at the
meeting of the Illinois pit- association
at Joliet arid addressed the one hundred
rditors, more or less, ho w.-re j'resent,
on the mbject of executive pardons.
"He explained." says a correspondent
"some of the eases Jor which he was
tnot severely criticised ai:d his explana
tions brought tears to the eves or the
ladies and applause! from the men."
What a nappy ejrcusieUnf for the gov
eroor If the Illinois press association had
been the Republican nominating conven
Tut Democratic convention o! Clinton
county unanimously so it Is said
adopted a resolution recommending the
endorsement of the, Independent State
ticket by the Democratic State conven
tion. The Clinton county Lmociats
way resolve as much as the please on
this subjfet. They have a right to re
solve. But we do not believe the Demo
erats ol Illinois will Uiko their advice.
The Independents are good people and
voU with ability, tut they must not ask
lor the wliole loar. If they do. they will
get no bread at all. Tliey mint thare
with the Democrat.
A l ATHUI K .
When Mr. Mulligan appeared btlore
the Iluuton sub-comruitu and toiiiitd
fMUrnii.f Mr. Blafne's trau.actioiu in
bonds of subsidized railroads, the Karl
leal press ot the country charged that be
wa a Uoman Catholic a tool ol the
Jesuits, who were attempting to break
down the geutlcmau irom Maine, be
cause ot his poeitlon on the common
school question. Mulligau and the
Catholic were roundly denounced by
the Radicals. Blaine was held up as an
example ol Roman malevolence mar-
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, w iiuciw iiiuciiie. int. a
all very well until the truth leaked out
that Mulligan was not a Catholic Since
bis youth he has been a 1'reohyUrian.
' He Is an lrUh Protectant, Khoare the
most uucompromisinr anti-Catholics lu
the world. When this fact was wade
known, the Radicals said: "Well, that
may be, but at least he Is not
a truthful man." At the present moment
they are abusing Mulligan in general
terms and one pi their papers audciouy
toil insultingly says: "If he Is not a
Catbolle fc Wight to be." The man
who steps upon the toes of the rascally
tolly from Maine must endure the male
dictions ot the Radicals who lollow hie
I he New Vork lUraU publishes a
number of the letters written to the
widow ol A. T. Stewart and to his ex
ecutor. Judge Hilton. These U tters all
purport tol-e wiitten by H.itive'f the
deceased merchant, cousins two and
three times "removed." Some solicit
aid In distress and poverty; otlicrs
threaten legal proceedings if a share of
the estate Is not quietly given to them.
The majority of the letters give the gene
aloiry ol the Stewarts as the writer of
each understand it, and the particular
relationship sustained by him or her to
the millionaire of the lamily. Some are
written by friends of the poor but proud
relatives of the rich woman's de
ceased husand. A "second cousin"
who lives in Indiana and
had served n a private in n
company of volunteers, writes to Mrs.
Stewart a lengthy letter, in which he ex
presses the hope that Ids cousin, A. T.
Stewart, has gone to a letter world,
Smtuw, in nt Imlh
Are frit ui feil no nmr.
"And when you nitet him there,"
writes this cousin. "and to
the question, how did you dispose of the
Stewart ship I left you in tin lower
world? you will be able to say. 'About '
Bight to tin; best of my knowledge
and belief. Among many acts of benev
olence and gills to the meritorious poor
I remember giving a poor disabled rela
tive ol yours, who lived In Indiana who
claimed to be a second cou.-in of youis,
the small sum ot J . "
One is written by a spiritual medium
who sends a communication from Stew
art in bis new abode, directing his wife
to send to Dr. Moore, Broadway, and
get thousands of his little books oh chills
and fevers, headache, and other family
medicines, and sec that every boy and
girl in the establishment has one to read.
0 if they are sick they will knoT where
to lind a sale cheap remeJy."
Rachael Jones writes from Clearmount
county, Ohio, to Judge Hilton : "You
will be g uprised at this letter but pray
read !t though before you cast it away 1
would bav riten before this time I was no
ssrtcn uu till now that my mother was a
relation of A. T. StewarU her name was
Kacltcl Stewart her fathers name was
James Stewart and her mothers name
was gone she was born Irela.id in the
proveiice ol ulster lu the county of intrim
near Belfast she was of scoch iri.-h decent
a'ld raised a stiiet presbateriau and i bav
herd her say she had a eon-in in new
R. S. Stewart, ol New Vork, who
claims the honor of being lh; "only male
cousin," addresses his letter ul-o (Judge
"1 understand that you have charge of
my dear dead late deceased coadn, Al
exander T. Stewart. I am his only male
cousin, and did not know it till I saw my
bible the other day, in which I have
record ot the Stewart lamily. I am a
poor little orphan, with only one father
and mother, and would like to have about
$10,000 to go in business with. If you
do not send it to me in a week 1 will
prove who I am. ''u. v"
...uru ii lire, woo uwf uui nam
i.u name mentioned for itar it may 'jeojc
ardie his life," informs Mrs. Stewart that
he a.-cidentally overheard two men in
Central Tark lay a plan to kidnap her ; to
send her a decoy letter; waylay her at
the proper point ; take her aud the driver
at the muule of a pi-tol and then demand
a million dollars ior her raiwom. Dr
McDonald, of Albia. Monroe county,
Iowa, who is a "grandson of Stewart's
only brother," and whose "lather and
Stewart erne to this country toge:hsr
about the time ol the rebellion," modestly
writes to Mrs. Stewart that be wants
"whatever U allotted to him, and she
can take out her share," and also that
"he wants the matter attended to hnme
One of the most affecting epistles Is
signed by Mr. Hull, of Mancbcbter, En
gland. The writer evidently never took
a prize at a spelling bee, but the tender
affection felt by Mrs. Hull for her dear
coudu is uot to be depi?ed on aecount
ot the faulty orthography or her letter.
She addresses herself to 'Ladey Stueard"
"Ihoapthat you will excites my ri
ling as I have M-en the announcement of
my cousin's death in the paper which
causd me intence grief as I never got to
know wheare he bal setteld dowu. Dur
ing 1.U Moillayadeas he spent his time
with my grandmoalher and me I w as
then a cheil 1 bo usd to nurs me ou his
nec like a baby which makes me moai e sad
about him wkh maid me moarc attacht
to him Dear Mrs Stuard do rite tome
and let me know soame things about
Mr. George M. I'ray ol Mithlgau dis
interestedly writes to Judge Hilton :
"After looking up our lamily tree I
have discovered that I am no relation to
A. T. Stewart and probably won't j?et
any of his mouey, but In cae you lind
otherwise notity ia at once."
Charles Stewart La Montague ol
Albany, New Vork, has no doubt that
he was remembered substantially by Mr.
Stewart "ha. lug always understood that
it was his Intent ioii to provide for me.
Was there no menu, dedrlng bis execu
tors to see that 1 'should w ant nothing ':'
(that's ju-.t the way he e xpressed him
self to me when 1 last called ou him). I
should be under great obligations to you
n you wouiti make a search among hU
p;il r with a view to the discovery of
such a request."
I' p ward f two tluuaud of ihcc
begging htUrs have 1m tu received
by JuUge Hilton and Mrs. Slew
art within the last few w ticks.
Twcuty-twn have been received
in one mail. Many of the letters are tiled
away lor future reference, many de
stroyed and but few answered
A MOTH Kit M I SH,
There was another Blaine scene in the
House on Friday. The letter-stealer at
tmpt ed to get Ids grievance before the
public again, and was snuftVd out by a
motion to lay on the table hi. motion' to
Bei.n R4U ni.Atsr.
We admire boldness. Kreu thfl high
way robber, who, assaulting the traveler
upon the road, is resisted and'flght'iand
dies bravely, challenges from most men
and receives too a species ol admira
tion. Dlcfc Turpin had npplaudirs of
bis gallantry. Capt. Kidd,"as he sailed, as
he sailed.", was a here in the belief of
many roolisli men and of very many still
more loo!ih women. Why therefore
should admiration be withheld from the
Hon. James G. Blaine td Maine? lu
politics be is what Dick Turpin was on
the road or what ('apt. Kidd wa on the
sea a bold bad man. Ho is a polit
ical highwayman. He erics: "Stand
and ib-liver!" and does this w ith n bold
ness that Is at one audacious and almost
daring In its easy insolence. He is a politi
cal pirate. He runs up the flag ol Integ
rity and under It cuts honest threats and
scuttles ships after be has robbed them.
Some time ago wc did not believe this
of Blaine ; now we have no doubt of
it. We formerly believed hiui to be a po
litical bravado a controversial dare
devil, unscrupulous in statement and
reckless of conequences ; but since the
Hunfon sub-committee began to investi
gate his bond record, we have reached
the conclu-ion that he is as dishonest as
the day as the week as the month
as the vear is long.
To Mr. Mulligan he s.iid :
"You propo-H? to testify against me,
and Use In bolstering j our evidence cer
tain letters I w rote to a uiiiro' the n nne
ot Ki.her J"
"I do," replied Mulligan.
"Let me see thoe letters, w ill you .' '
Mulligan, after receiving from Mr.
Maine an Implied promise that he would
return them, handed the letters to the
political high wayman from Maine.
"These I will keep," cried the robber ;
'You have no right to them. I will pre
vent you from uing them ;" and he put
them Into bis pocket.
After the first shock proJuced upon
the public mind by this fine job of rob
bery, the Radicals 'began to applaud.
"Bravo, Blaine!" they cried, "hero of
audacity, all bail !"
But the better sense of the public pro
tested that the robbery of Mulligan was
evidence that the robber had stolen evi
dence tint would convict hiui of rascality
if it could be rcachfd and laid Ik-tore the
people; whereupon the political high
wayman aggressively threw his booty
or at least a part of it down in tit" pres
einv of : ongress unci cried :
"cc how lold I am. You s-.iv these
letters will convict me of di-honoraMe
conduct. Lcok at them !'
Then, with ama.in? t-flVonterv, be
turned upon the men who detected hiui
and cried :
"You iersecute uu. 1 am houcit.
You revile me. I am pure. You charge
rascalities ujon inc because I have waved
the bloody shirt over your rebel heads !"
"Bravo!" ag:iiu fhout all the Rad
icals, and refuse to read the letters, in
w hich is clear proof that Mr. Blaine is a
political rascal and even adndioucst man.
Very well ; let us to go the country now
...Ill ! 1 f 1.
lire people t hi inn ueciuc
LOSIMtX l AKTKUI.Y Itl VIKU .
From the lonard Scott 1'ublishing
Co., 41 Barclay treet, New York, we
have the reprint of the London 'imri h
lUritis for April.
The lirst article canvaes pretty thor
oughly Green' Short History of the Lii-
glisli I'eople a work Intended for schools.
and which has recently gained extraordi
nary popularity in Kngland. The author's
democratic tendencies find no favor with
the reviewer, who accuses him of per
verting lacts, and misrepresenting the
conduct and motives ot public men.
"Sir William and Carolina Hersehel
mainly consists ot a biographical sketch
of the latter, compiled from a recently
published memoir. The life work of both
is briefly but well told, and the ellicient
service rendered by the sinter to the
brother, both in the manufacture of tele
scopes and in astronomical observations,
is recorded with much interesting detail.
"Flate and Plate Buyers." Alter ex
plaining the excesdve rarity of genuine
old EnglUh plate, the writer gives many
curious particulars explanatory of the
origin ami history of platc-inar.s, con
cluding with words of caution to intend
ing plate buyers to In-ware of frequent
The next article, Taine on the Old
Regime in France, presents u vivid pic
ture of the structure of society, and of the
ruling French philosophy, in the times
preceding the first revolution.1)
Kaahg.tr, Pamir, and Tibet carries us
among the Mohammedan States of Cen
tral Asia a portion of the globe almost
as unknown as Central Africa, but con
cerning w hich much information may be
acquired from the various articles which
have apiK-arcd in the Briijdi reviews and
"l i!ty Years of My Llfe,"i full or anec
dotes and reminiscences or leading celeb
rities, and glimpses of social scenes, la
ken Irom Lord Albemarle's recently
published w ork bearing the above title.
Sedgwick's method ot Ethics-, affords a
text lor remarks on Utilitarianism, u
which the writer attempts to discrlmin.
ate iu sound and its erroneous part.
Article VII. , treats Charles Algernon
Swinburne's Eays and Studies, with un
diluted severity ; and article IX., on
Church Innovations, uppareiitly tugget
ed by a recent work ol the Dean ol Ches
ter, gives a summary of fed and reason
ings on the subject of the position i.flhe
oriiciuting minrter at the celebration .f
The M-riodicals reprinted by the Iou
ard Scott Publishing Co., (11 Barclay
street, N. V.) are as follows: Tin Ion
lion (J'inrttrty, Edinburgh, H'utmintter
aud Hrititk fuarUrlu ltevieic, and Black-
"('' Magazine. Price, ft a year lor
any one, or only $d3 for all, and the post
age is prepaid by the publishers.
Tub Democrats have carried Oregon.
There will bo a iH-mocraiio majority of
twelve in the legislature ou Joint ballot.
n'ATCI. A lltr MO HATH: S HAtt-
In the hoiiMi ol representatives. Mr.
Maine is a rowdy. A man of ffaie phys
ical development, loud voice and much
audacity, be rides rough-shod over the
Democratic maority. A few days ago
he trampled on Messrs. Knott and Hun
ton, and on Thursday 1,t Insolently
crushed the gentle, spectacled, egotisti
cal and weak, Mr. Turtmx. of Massachu
setts. Mr. Knott could not staud before
his attack. Mr. llunton resitted his
assault - with n gentleness that was
admirable,' And . Mr. Tnibox made
headway against him for the very brief
spnce ol no porecptilde instant of time.
The great parliamentary rowdy rode
down all these gallant but very light
champions of the I i-mocratlc side ol the
House, while all their fellows looked on
with dazed eyes and did nothing. Ah !
where then was the great nnd Roman
named Mississippiau Lucius (Juintius
( ui tins Lamar ? A blast upon his bugle
horn was iu great demand at that time.
Can it be that he is a fair weather war
rior a carpet knight? It so,
who among the iHMiiocrats of
the House i the knight
of hard blows the soldier who can
stand undismayed in the storm? ol
Blaine's raising? Is there no one who can
measure swords with this man ': It there
is, why has be not stepped out and taken
up the bravado's gauntlet ? If we had a
Ikmglas on the floor of the House, Blaine
would not have gained such easy til.
utuph;and Yallandighaiu would not
he-itate to meet him in bittlc array. But
this is, wo tear, the day of little men on
congress, and Bl line is a bigger little
man thau we have upon the tloor ou
w hich be is great only by contrast.
that us: Alt mm:.
'1 he yonng gentk man who presides In
our composition room has a habit of mak
ing heads. Iu the Billktix ot yester
day he made a head say that Knott bad
beaten Maine in a controversy before
Hunter's sub-eomniittee. A correspond
ent ot the S-in htn-niy take? us to task for
this, and declares that Blaine came out
best. After reading the report of the
war of words, we have every reason to be
lieve Knott was not the victor, except In
the victory he gained over himself, when
he resisted the temptation to knock down
the insolent rn i:i of Maine. Mr. Blaine
evidently was anxious to act Sumner to
Knott's Preston Brooks. He desired
Knott to hit him with bis cane, but Knott
refused to do so. A blow from Knott's
cane woul 1 have thrown the Mulligan
letters into the shade and have mat!e
Gtoi b'c Sand died in Paris on the Kb
inst. She was one of the most brilliant
French writers ot the century. Her lit
erary labors extended over a period of
fortv years, and during this time, she
wrote in quick siK-cessicn, novels, history,
works of imagination in which ehe dealt
largely in philosophical aud theological
speculations and many miscellaneous
and political essays. She was bom in
Paris in 101. Her maiden name was
Lucile . Aurort Dupin. In
l?) ! .. i ti... w. isteietaui, vitt iu
imioii was unhappy, and a separation
tookplaeeiiilS.il. Madame Dudevant
held peculiar socialistic views, which are
emboJicd in many of her books. Though
her talent were of the most brilliant or
der, her lite cannot bo held up as an ex
ample for her sex.
ji im: .ni:r. s on ke. a roit.
The Murphysboro I wit prudent, of the
H inst., says: "We understand that
Ju.lg William H. Green, of Cairo, will
go before the Democratic Senatorial con
vention as candidate lor senator from
this district." We have had this infor
mation u1o, but do not know that it is
reliable. We lnve no doubt Judge Green
would afcept the nomination, and proba
bly Mr. AlbrigM will withdraw in his
I5y viiiue Ot n t-.Tiiti.,n U inn il.rw tr.l l.r
lti! CkTU l tlie irr-oit l oiirl of .Vnander
Ojunty, in thf Miilr ol Il.'limi-.. in favi.rof tlie
iul of the hljtc or lllinuiit, mid aifaiust
llriiry Wtttson W-Ib mul Anlrrw .1. Curie. I
have levied ui
ertr, la this C ounty 01 AlKxamlrr nnl bmte of
Illinois to wit: a .urn on or lot uumU-H
tWCTitT-iiix () in block number! tn-t-niv-i
ill Hie cll or ulr-, aiiJ OrM rilwd tut fol
low, lo wit. mimfM:ir.j ul point on thr
tiuti nj line 01 uniniiKioa Avenm-. rim- ami
ont-na i ( '.) n-cj iroiu mt corner cl luln twenty
le aii'l tweniy-xix iu tlie block aforfnaid, run
ninrf tl.riic aoutlierly alore tin- line of Wah
iUKtoa Avenue, tlirt-e (ii feet. tlu-ii iterlv
parallel with Hit line iliTelinn the lot !'.reHiJ
oijf liuiy'.rt-d feet,, ami 10 tlie we.terly Hup of lot
tueiitv-nnid ('.() in itaii blo;k. tliicce northerly
alonif the westerly line of aaiil lot tuenty-nin
(J1) three teet, then we-t. ly )urullel wilhth
lineilivi'linK saiil lot 4aii I one hun'lrvii fret
to tlie plai of Ix'Kintilnir, an the property of tbe
aiil llerrv W'atiMtn Uehh, which I atulloOV-r at
public, sale at the oulti-we-t oor of the Court
iloiiae in the C ity of I airo, in the County of
Alexander ami Male of lllinoin, on the 'A day
of .lime, A. I. 1-71, at the hour of eleven
o chx-k a. .'I., fur cash, ( Nau.ry aaiJ necu
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lot ar oatitlea jaa to panalon. A ruo(ur
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CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
A B. 8AKKOUU, Pr.i.htit.
8 H TAYI.OK, Vice Pre.Kltut.
V. 1IYSI.OP. uec'T and Irtmaurer.
P.W. Barclat, c.iiah. Gamuiiih,
f. M. brot arum, Pail Ci St Bin,
It. 11. tl'XNINUIIAH, II. 1.. llALMKAY,
J. At. PitiLLira.
XNTEREST aid on deponiu at the rate ol a
percent, per annum, March Ut and Heptem
r lat. IiitereMt uot withdrawn U adiel uuiue
liately to th princial ol' the depoaiu, thereby
(ivina them ririiiouud intereet.
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
0)n every buaiueaaday frow tta . m . to 9 p.m.
l4 faliinbiy eveiuuij. Tor aaviuga deiioaita only
rum 0 to a o'clock .
WINTER & STEWART.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
No. 190 Commercial Avenue
4 uiru. Illluoia.
AUvureea inmlo on t'uDMKUinf nt'.. At -ktrcU
ot Titlea ntade, Canvpyaiiecu tind
tolli-ctloii. Bttenlt-d to.
ATTKXTIOX TO IM rilXESs; AXI
I'lti M lT UK.M ITT A N Chi.
Auction K;ilc Krery Saturday Moriiiiikr,
A I.I. KIND
At the Bi'LitTis oniat. Cairo, IlliuoU.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by (he car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
tor To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
U supply any quantity, by the
tnonth or year, at uniform rates.
CA1E0 CITY COAL C0MFAMT.
rt-llatlhlay tiro 'aoflloe, Ko. 70 Ohl Lerw.
IJ-iloHiiUy Hro 'awoartboat.
t f -U Kiryptian Mill, or
lTAt the toal Dump, root of ToutT-Klgh
U-Poat Office Drawer. l.
TOHN H. MULKJJT.
Attorney at Jmvt,
OFFICR : At rraidenrv on Ninth fttreet, t-tweenW-vthinnton
avenue and Walnut tt.
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
T. 0 XX x& !.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BulleUn Building, Cor. Twelfth Btraat
and WMalarton Avanua,
CfCounty and BailmwrWork Specialty
fOatTV KAII4 III.rtM.K TIIK 1't KL1C ,
M. C. lLANE'S '
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rPJIE ou:itcaan;e U jalc ami
L l-.-ailcn-col jrcl, with cx;cisior.al
n.p-'hc.-i, or a c ircuuts ribc5 iI,ot 0:1
0 ieor both checks; the eyes bcccitne
tl i!.' ; th-.'iiijiiUdihte ; a'iaurcsc;ni
circle rm along t!ic lower eyc-lil;
the r.oe i irrit r.ui, swells, uivl soiiic
ti .noi l.cttl ; ; a swelling of tlw njjt-r
lip; cx casioiial hc.vi.v hc, with hum-mill;-;
or t'trobbinj of the tars', an
inn aal secretion of saliva; slimy or
fuMcl toiigti T; brt:tth very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; 3)jetitc
variable, sometimes or.u ion-., with a
gna-.virtj.; .sensation of tlie Moih.k h,at
o:lv.r, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
1 t'.e stonu h ; oecasional nausea
a.l vomitim; ; violent iainstlinu!i
01' the ab!.;"iien ; bowels irregular,
at times o.tive ; stools slimy ; riot
tiiifrc-'j ienlly tinge-l with bfoil ;
b !iy swollen ami hanl ; urine tnr
biii ; respiration o casionally dirfi
cult, ;xnl ar c t!npaiiiel byjiicrouh;
co'ihsonu-tiracstlry and convulsive;
u.i.i.y ami tliturbed bleep, with
f.'vi:i.l:.i;; of the teeth ; temper varia
b!e, b it jenerally irritable, &rc.
VLir;ever the alove symptom
arc found to exist,
UR. C. MVI.ANIVS VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT l01 - NOT CON1A1N ill.IiCLRV
in any form ; it is an innocent prcpa
ra tion, ,7 ijfable of iiw Ihr stMt'
tst i.ijttry to the most ttniier infant.
The genuine Dk. M. i.wu'.s Vi:r
Mtt tf;i: bears the signatures of C.
MVI.ne and I'u.ming l!i;os. on the
- : o :
DR. C. M?LANE'3
Tlic-o l'illi aro not recommended
a lenicly for "ull the ills that
l! fill is heir to," but in nfleetioiiit of
thrf Liver, and in all Jiilioud Com
plaints Dy.-pephia and Sick Iload
ueh", or di. 'aos of that cliaraeter,
liK-y fctand without a rival.
ACS UK AND FEVER.
b-ttcr cathartics can Lo used
p;v pat atory to, or after taking (Jui
liint?. A n inlpld purgative they are
IIKWAUE OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine are never Ftigar
Eac h b( bas a red wax wal on
the lid, with the bupropion
MVLani:'m Livku Pi i.u.
Kdeli wrapper boar tlierijnritures
of (A M'-'L isKand Iw.emimi Ilium.
Sold by all respectable dniiU
and country torekcofwra irfm rally.
mum; woils, eoaN.
UNIONS. OUTS, BKUItf OMILi
lains, uLoaita, soitaa. cto.
llsiNi iii if iwMawii rrtysris sj
XtU M COat XwftriM)ra ftu, t-M
S.t.SA peryer, poatar prepaid, to anyaJdreaa.
PKsr ami i MiArnt
P)r puolinhed la 6ouihrn UUaoii.
Inall Tlu-lr th.mrtmenM '
Conuoauolnc Maf lat. 1670
The Mont C'elclirated Lyon Iyoni.,
At tl .1 Itedured from wl M,
At ! If Keducad irom III ft?,
At 7 k educed from SA,
At J Kwtured ftom 3 IH,
Plain Cclcrci sd Ftse? Silh
At 9n Keluon1 from I I,'
At ! tf KediMed tram !
At l t Heiltuwd from tl M.
At HI A Heduced from !
ystcltiss dt s&css eooss
In I ainel'a Hair. C.hekul. and laliuaee. tu.
J dured to 7 .. , rent f I, froia tl f;
, l 1 J . awl i
Popular Dress Goods
In New and l'a-hlioalle Kahrl-a aadColorn, ol
trrcl at "
13c Keriured frofti I
Kedtwd rrom r;
9 1: Miluec4 from SArr
3.V lUtluoed front 7e
, 'rnTTke kV h, IMIr. .
REAL m DIA SHAWLS
At t tl OaiHl rvraflr Sold at t---,
Black i:i MA Mi Skwli
At .!.., $1. and V'
Ueducod from and
wxi oiTom 1 mm shawls
At fl t'. (.'- Ueda e lion, 1 l, l.
- Ladies' and Misse' Suits,
Tlit Luteal farm Style from I0 t'pwafl., em
bra:ioit ttta choioeat boelUe t
Ladies' and Childreni Underwear
An ImiiiennttHt'M-k of Uott Heautlful and
A 11 at Verf Creat KeliH-tion.
f.ali'8', ( hildnn'i and lieiitli-nien'a
TU lle.1 hnKli6. Kreuili and -ruau CkmI.,
All MaikH. atlwe-l Poaxilila Prw-et.
Are thoroughly mocked with the bent
pooda, at tlie lowest package prlt-ea. Beau
tiful American print at be. aud 6e. per
yard ; etaadard 4 4 bleached goode t luo ;
IDnJale altirtlBxi at 10c; New York
Mill, 12io.'t '"l thectioge at VHf.
um m mi mm
In all the Yerloua Oradei, at Hargaiui.
(Whl h we keep et the tirand Htreet ator
only), we ere ottering Kugliab and Ameri
can tapeatriei at fl, former price 1 15;
body HrttaaeU at 1 W, lormer prh-e l 80;
all-wool Injfraiu at Too., former prlee. OOc.j
three ply InKreiai at 1 tb, lormer prtc-e,
1 60; oil-clotha at Kh to 70c.; former
price, Mia. to 8Tc.
Samplee of goodi, and c atalogues of U
diea' and niiaea' euiU and uuuho uu.l. 1.
wear, and infant.' outh'a, tent tree of charge
to all aectlona of the I'nlted Statei.
Huli-i lor l!-iueaaureaeiU eiit on eppli
cat'on to all parts of the countiy.
Order for Kooda of all kiuda will be care
fully attended to, and the good packed
and forwarded without charge. JanH-wa
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.