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It beiteves that the Republican party tu
ulfiUed IU mlsalon, and that the t)eis
treUc party as bow organised should be re
stored to power. -
It believe tha Kedloel tyranny that aB
lor aereral years oppressed the Hontb
bould be overthrown and tha people tl ma
southern 8uUa permitted to control theu
It believes that railroad corporation
hould ba prohibited by legMatrve ecartj
i Kettle from extorting and anrurfy dseerito
S loattng in tbetr business trantactlom wits
I tbe public.
It recognizes the equality ol a men
fore tUe law.
It advocatea tree commerce Urll! fu
advocates resumption of speilc ;
meet, and honest payment of tbe public
debt. ; t '
It advocate! economy in tbe Imoi.tta.
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3 AFFORD, MORRIS
T3 OHIO LEVEE,
Ctty ITaUonnl Bank BuiidUg, af-otairt.
ra Oldotrt KaabUahd Aatoy ta Bent
. aeta XUiaoaa. nprMatim"ev . ,
PAINT AND OI1A.
B. F. PARKER.
Paints. Oils, yarnislies,
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vVall Paper, Window QUai, Win
dow Shades. 4tc.
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Always en hand, tbe celebrate4 fllnmlaatln
AURORA OIX. - -
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahlaa
. CWXMIMIOnj fcaXCKaKTll.
BOX and BASKET CO
All hinds hard and soft.)
FLOORING, STDZNO, LATH, feo.
tXuT axd Yard.
Corner Thirty-Pourth 8trt and
So SO Ohio Iveree.
t a tr.
SraAITON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMERICAN POWDK& OO
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ha. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SFKCLVL aiiaatiei iven tocoasuxnmenU and
Ten fleirant shepU of Chnirw Miuia imniml
tor tin; l'iiutu i'urU; will Le arut Iit nuiil nn i
oeint of on-anlUr, (iHat paiUj or kiugle oupiee
at 14 cent each. .
Tlnr oin m ordered M'roiiKh any ews
in uia laiicu nut KM .
lUppx-r ilays InstnjineuUU..Toiu Krown
H by can I not Korgut.... . L'btrible
ur U Vr the SVmvr.. ... nylaih
HiKii Life Walls btmiiM
Down where the VioleUCrow Wentenie
When Ohl Jrcaaun bad his Day ....... Wtvrae
1 be Uranl Old nu MUM n.u.Hub)e
The Collexv (Juickatrp ...btudibuil
There's a Letter in the Candle.... .CouK
lu you Uually Thiuk he Duly
Aiilre. order to Iieui . W . Hitelwock. Pub
lub-..66 Third Aveuuo N. X. X-s-U'ui.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE I
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND REAST
' la tbe Oraad Old
It I IT IL3E K T,
- ft W r
Which has atood the test of 40
There is no aore it will not Heal,
. T i Mtll MA 111,.. MA
uu i aiinuw v wut uvt wuv. uv
Ache, no Pain, that Affliota the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horae
or other Domeetio animal, that
doea not Yield to ita mario couoh.
A bottle coating 38 o., 60c. oril
haa often aaved the life of Human
rtinf. and Seatorod to JMa and
Uaetttlneaa XIany a. Vtiuabi
Harrmm. , ''
The following contribution by Irwin K us
ed! to tbe Budget of Fun, will be heartily
enjoyed by our magisterial and legal friends
who have had similar canes to deal with : '
Is you de Jestice ob de Peace t 1 has a little
About a little matter, sah, dat happened on
I's nuffiin' but a nigger, but I'sfeciln' all
de same ;
And de way that Mams Hpnrj went and an'
t done me L a shame 1
Last Spring I found a tit le chicken, run.
triii' in da road,
An' took it to the quarters, tab, aud kept It
till It growed ;
1 aabar stole flt, case de law aaya ebery.
ting you fin' . ,
Belongs to you ; an so, ob co'se, de chicken
he wm mine, ,
A week dii comln' Tuesday, I was coiuin'
from de tiel' t
An happen' for to 'member 1 was out ob
meat an' nival ;
So 1 begins to stndy 'bout what I's a-gtnne
An' thinks, eayi I, "Dat chicken' gittin'
big enoug to stew."
ho when I reached de quartcn, sah, 1 says
unto my life:
(I wouldn't tell a lie to you no, sot to sabe
my life I)
fiays 1 to her, "Ole 'oman !' (you kin
b'Ueve me, sab, or not,)
"Qo catch dat dominica' quick, aa' put
him in depot!"
' - ' ' " '
Sayi she to ma, "I Unk mysilf dit chicken
would be good r -But
how'g 1 ewina to cook him when dare
ain't a bit ob wood t"
Dat was de combcrsation, sab, I gibs it word
for word. .
An' Chole she kin testify dat, dat was wftat
occurred. . . 4 .
gays I."Oo km dat chicken I Don't youtink
1 has no sense V
An 1 went to Malta's woodtlle,ln de corner
ob de fence ;
I looked, and didn't eee no one, nor hear
An' so I toted off enough to do me for a
I wao n't stea'in' when I went and fetched
: de wood away,
For ebery stick I 'spected to return some
An' if a man kain't borry wood dat's layin'
out ob nights,
I'd like for you to tell me what's the use of
Well, Chole picked de chicken, an' she
sousea mm in ue pot,
De fire was burnin' lively, and d water
When ramOn went "o-rum bum !" right in
de cblmbly place.
An' all de smoke an' ashes come a blowin'
in my face.
I thought it was de debil, an' it tkeered me
ID08' te deff ;
De smoke it rame a puffin' so I couldn't
draw my Dretl ;
De wood, de pot, de chicken, dey was scat
tered 'tout de floor.
An' roe an' Chole had Important blzneis at
De folks dey came a runrjln' dere was
Bob, an' I'ete, an' Bill.
An' dere was Maxsa Ileory, jes' a laughln'
ut to kl'L
THE GRAIN TRAFFIC.
What r.ffect will the Jetlire Have
From the Chit-age Hailroad Keriew.
Now that the engineering sk'.ll of C'apt.
Eads is likely to open the MiaaWalppi to the
largest oceau steamers, the people of New
Oncant are looking forward to a great in
crease of business. They expect to divert
an important part of tbe grain traflie from
its present routes by rail and lake to New
York, and cause it to descend tbe MIshIs-
stapl, borne by the immense barges and
propelled by tba current oi the river. Of
course New York merchants do not believe,
that New Orleaus will make very great in-
roads into the grain-carrying al the West.
It Is very generally believed that the condi
tions of the climate are against the hopes of
the southern city In this direction, since
grain is said to be liable to put on Uie first
stages of decay in pacing through the if mi
tropical climate of the Lower Mittshwippi
and the Uulf ot Mexico ; but the New Or
leaus 'Picayune,' and correspondents of
New York papers, have tudeavored to set
the world's opinion tight in this repect.
The New Orleans paper claims that grain
transported on the great barges by the Mis
sissippi Transportation Oo. is situated very
much as it would be if lying on tbe barn
floors, and quotes the report of the New
Orleans Chamber of Commerce of 1673 to
prove that there .Js no foundation in the
oft-reiterated charge that grain will keep If
shipped by tbe southern route. This paper
acknowledges, however, that there is but a
small, amount of evidence on its side ; but
that is because no pains have been taken to
collect it. Tba 'Picayune' calls upon ship
pers of grain lroui New Orleans to make
a record of their experiences for use ia re
futing the charge above named. This pa
per states that sinue September 1, 175, the
shipment t corn to trans-Atlantic ports
from New Orleans hrfte amounted to 913,
8 Its bushels, and it predicts that when Capt.
Eads .hall have suoceeded in securing a
depth of water of from ii to 25 feet on tbe
bar, no oue will be ' troubled abont tbe
beating of grain shipped from New Orleans.
A correspondent of the New York 'lierald',
writing upon this subject, says he has taken
J7 curgoes of western grain from New Or
leaus to Liverpool, always delivering it in
as good order as grain transported by tba
way of New York. Ha aUa ststea that ship,
owners are making ready to Increase their
biuinea with the groat aouthern city,
while plant and specifications for the con
struction of model elevators aud monster
barges, are bow being considered by a com
mittee ol gentlemen belonging to St. Louis,
Cincinnati. Memphis and New Orleans,
"and things will be put through as toon aa
tha Government will aotily, in dua lora,
tha othir nations that the ioutta Tun of Ue
great Mississippi river is open, and will re
main opea for vsel of any .Ue." n tha
meantime Capt. tads' jetties promise to
fulfil all that ba has promised for them, and
whea his work is accomplished, we shall
know mora about the pracUcibliity of
transporting grata by the Southern route.
E. r. Hnake4 a Bitter Wsaw at iraai
has never hern known to fail la tbe aura of
weaknene, attended with symptom ; India,
position to exertion, loss of saw aim j. diffi
culty of breathing, general weak ae us, horror
of diseaae, weak, nervous traanbliag, dread
ful horror of death, night awaata, eold feat,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal iaititude ol the muscular lyktem,
enonnpus appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot hands, flashing of tba boly, dry.
ncss of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruption! on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in tbe back, heaviness al tha eyelids,
freauent black spots flying before the ayea
with temporary sufUsion and toes of eight,
want of attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, uc E. F. Kuukel'e Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used It. Take
only E. F. Kuukel'e. '
Beware of counterfeit and base imita
tion!. As Knnkel's Bitter Wine of Iroa U
so well knawa all over the country, dm
gbrts themselves make aa Imitation and try
to palm It off oa their customera, when they
call for Hunkers Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kuakal's Bitter Wine of Iroa ia put up
only in 91 bottles and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prletor'a photograph on tba wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on the outside, and you will always
be sure to get tbe genuine. One dollar per
bottle, or tlx for 6. Bold by druggists and
ALL WORMS EE MOVED AUVE.
E. F. Knnkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy lln Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbe only successful physician
who removes Tape Worm ia two hours,
alive, with head, and bo fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that U Taps Worm
be removed, all other worms eaa be readily
destroyed. Send for circular to Dr. Kun
kel, No. Z'9 North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel'a Worm Syrup,
Price, tl.OO. It never fails.
By K. V. Pierce. M. D., of the World's Dis
pensary, UulUlo, IS. V., author f ''The Peo
ple's Common bense Medical Adviser,'' etc.
The liver Is the great depurating (puri
fying) orjtan of the system, and has very
appropriately been termed tba "house
keeper" of ourtiealtb. 1 have observed
In tLe dissecting-room, and also In mak
ing post mortem examinations of tbe
bodies of those who have died of differ
ent diseases, that in a large proportion of
cases, tbe liver has given evidence of hav
ing at some time been diseased. Liver
affections are equally prevalent in beasts.
Every butcher knows that tbe livers ol
cattle, sbeep and swine, are ten limes as
frequently diseased as any other organ.
A healthy liver each day secretes about
two and and a half pounds oi bile.
When it becomes torpid, congested, or if,
from any cause, it be disabled in the
performance ot its duties, it is evident
that tbe elements of tbe bile
must remain in the blood, thus
irritating, poisoning, and perverting,
every vital process. Nature attempts to
rid the system of these noxious ma
terials by means of other organs, as the
kidneys, lungs, skin, etc, which become
overtaxed iu perlorming their additional
labor, are unable to stand the pressure.
The brain, which is the great electrical
center ol all vitality, becomes overstlra
ulated with unhealthy blood, and fails to
normally perform its functions, lience
there Is dullness, headache. Impairment
of the memory, dizziness, gloomy fore
bodings and Irritability of temper.
When the blood is diseased, the skin
manifests discolored spots, pimples,
blotches, boils, carbuncles, and scrofu
lous tumor. The stomach and bowels,
sooner or later, become etlected, and
constipation, piles, dropsy, dyspesia, or
diarrhu-a, is the inevitable result.
SYMPTOMS OF LIVER C0M1L1LNT.
A sallow color of the skin, or yellow
ish brown spots on tbe face and other
parts of the body ; dullness and drowsi
ness, with frequent headache ; dizziness,
bitter or bad taste iu the mouth, dryness
ot the throat, stxf internal heat ; palpita
tion of the heart, a dry, teasing cough,
sore throat, unsteady appetite, sour
stouiacn, raising or the rood, and a chok
ing sensation In tbe throat ; sickness and
vomiting, distress, heaviness, and a
bloated, or full feeling about the stom
ach and sides: aggravating pains In the
sides, back, or breast, and about the
shoulders: colic pains and soreness
Uiougn the bowels ; constipation, alter.
nation vrttii uiarrnnea ; piles, natuience.
nervousness, coldness of the extreme-
ties, rush of blood to the head.
with symptoms of apoplexy; numbness
or me nuius (especially at nigui;, ana
chills, alternating with hot Mashes: kid
ney and other urinary difficulties, dull
neb, low spirits, and gloomy forebod
ings. Only a few of these sy mptons will
be likely to be present tu any case at one
Trbatjiicxt. Take Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery, with small doses
of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets, whlfti
act as an alternative on the liver. For
Liver Complaint and the various affec
tions caused by a diseased liver, these
remedies are unsurpassed. The Golden
Medical Discovry does not simply palliate
the disease, but It produces a lasting er
feet. By Its use, the liver and stomach
are chantred to aa active, healthy state.
the appetite is regulated, the blood puri
fied and enricned, ana tne entire system
renovated and restored to health.
The Discovery is sold by drufftrists. R.
V. Pierce, M. D., Proprietor, World's
Dispensary, Bunalo, N. x ,
Lyon's Katiiairox makes beautiful
clossv. luxuriant hair: prevents its fall
Ihg tmt or turning gray, it has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
ana has uo rival. -iu-uwiy
II agin's Magnolia Balm preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and satlowness ; makes the skin
soft, white and delicate. Iu application
annul be detected. .f-ilHtdtwiy.
MQI OH DEA1.KKS.
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
Wholesale ant Ketail Dealers ia
Foreign and Domcitie
7UVE8 OF AU UIHDS,
No. 00 Ohio Lovot,
W-BS8B. SMYTH CO. have eoaetsatly
ivj. a Urge stock t the heat good. U Umi saea
kt, and give eapenial atteauoa to lae - 'nssli
fmacs os we imauioas,
LMT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogaheevda, for ahipment
promptly attended to.
tsTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
nonin or year, at unirorm rates.
CAXftO CITY COIL C0AJrT.
trfHalliday Bro.'a ofllce. No. 70 Okie Levee.
Ef"Hainday Bro 's wharf boat.
EfAt Egyptian Mills, er
fcT"At the toal Dump, foot ef Tautr-Bigh
EVPoet Office Drawer, am. .
trORTT YEARS BKFOKE TUB PUBLIC.
DR. C. MANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rjlHE countenance is pale and
J leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupils dilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along'the lower eve-lid ;
the nose is irritated, swells.and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip ; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva) slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive f stools slimy; not
unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough somet i nies d ry and convulsi ve ;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above svmptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MTLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY,
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
rat ion, not taxable of doing the slight
est injury to the most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. M?Lake's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C.
MTLane and Fleming Bros, on the
DR. C. M?LANE'S
These Pills are not recommended
an a remedy for " all the ills that
flash is heir to," but in affections of
thc Liver, aud in all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia and Sick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
tlify stand without a rival.
AGUE AND FEVER.
No better cathartic can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
nine. Aa a simple purgative they are
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
The genuine are uever sugar
Each box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Tills. .
Each wrapper bears thesignatvrea
of C. M?Lane and Flevino Bros.
Hold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
JOHU XL XTJLKKT,
Attorney at Iaw.
OrriCK : Atresideoee on Ninth Sbeet.be
t-weenWvbuuttoa avntusand Walnut SI.
CAIBO CITY BINDERY,
T. 0. aSuolavt
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Boiletla Bulldjaa-. Oor. Twelfth atrae
aa4Wahlatoa Avenue, ,
kfCouaV tad Railroad W ark SiwUllv
rpk "Weekly UleUa,
'.,., 1 ..
ei.t per yea es vfd4, ear adOrees
kit ap pHunn ' .
rspsrVbtUatd la Southern ttliaeli. '
will orrsa i
k la all Their Ur-wMieaU .
Oommeneiac Kay 1st, ISTe.
The Most Celebrated Lroas Looms.
At ft as awraced from l ee,
At 1 am KediKa irora SI 7,
At 75 Kedoretl fmsB M,
At ee Reduced (rota S3 M,
Phis fcl td Fug SiUrs
At eoe Reduced from tl IS,
from ei S3,
from f I ee,
from it ee.
At wi Kcduerd
At ei SS Reduced
At SI 0 Iiedueed
la Camel's Hair. Cheviots, sad Dmmbm, Re
duced to 75. SO, vo cents $1, from lltl"
St W, $1 75 and 12 00.
Popular Dress Goods
la New aod Fashionable Fabrics aad Colors, ot
le Reduced from IHc - -Ifte
Kedueed from S.1e
. fic Reduced from SOr;
2Se Rcdaeed from S7ci
SOo, Former price SOctoSeo.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At fcft, $100 fttvl $A FornMrly Sold t
VMM BUI14 VaW.
Black 2:1 Scarlet Stella Shavli
At f15, $15 and $00-.
Ueduosd from Yi, W sud $U.
At 1 to tv- Reduced from S3 to
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latest Paris Styles front $10 Upwards, em
bracing the choicest novelties m
Ladies' and Childrene Underwear
A a ImmenM Stock of Meet Beautiful awl
All at Very Ureal Reduction.
Ladies1, Children's and Gentlemen's
Tbe Best English, French and Uerman Uoeds,
All Marktsu at Lowest rcwulble 1'rtcea. ,
Are thoroughly stocked with the best
goods, at the lowest package prices. Beau
tiful Auiertcaa prints at Be. and Se. per
Iard ; standard 4 4 bleached goods at lOo (
onsdale sltirtlnt; at 10c.; Mew York
Mills, Uis.; aud .V4 sheeUugs at lijc.
TABLE AK9 OTfiU USEHS
la all the Various Grades, at 'Bargain i.
(Whieh ws keep at tha Grand 8tet stor
only), we are ottering Koglish aud Ameri
can tapes tries at fji, fortaer price ft lb;
body Urusaela at fjl art, former price) ft 8x1
au-wool Ingrain at 70c., former prion. 90e.i
three ply tngralas at tl &, loruer price,
tl Ml; euHdatbs at ofte. to 70s fbraer
prii-rs ftdc t e"o.
baiuplea ef goods, aad catalogues of la
dles' aad Blisses' suits and atuaha under
wear, and infante' outfit, seat tree of charge
to ail seetiou of the felted States.
itules for eotf messureatent teat ea appll
eat'oa to all parts ol tao oowatry.
Orders fox geode of ail kinds will be oare
fuilr attended to, aad tne goods packed
and forwarded witaowt raarge. jaa-rtsa
Crtri uJ Cirfc i, H Y.
Room and Board, 1st tad ,24
floors, 12.30 ptr Day. ;
Kooea and BoM, ad Vloo SS.oo
tyeeial lUtee hy Vssk it
A limited number f m Aui.vu n
rooms eaa be mean at reasevaMe taesa tie the
The Ht rh.rU. la Va UMI mm. A - -
4d House In SoutfMTVi Illinois, esaS to taeftsnama
hotel la Cairo. HeTwlianlaaSins the "Bel
Rork" rerineuon In prices, the table will, aa
nraal.be ibenUjrenMtled with the very bast -oreverTthlat
Unt ran be found in market.
F ine large sample mesne for eesBaneteial fcn
"Ui.??. stobbo Boer , rreeerebanre.
WHOUCSAXX AJTD f-Tlsn,,
TJX THS CITY.
Ooods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th SU aad Oomaaerelai Av;
C. O. PATTER ft CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOELU P. QAOTLE.
rill BUT sad CHXATBfT WiWM XAJT
SCAIIUFACTOBT, OHIO LXVE3
Wear Thxrth-Foiurtb Street
SIXTH STBBET. Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBCIAIt
ICanafactureehia,ewii Eoroo BhoeaaBd
can Am urn Oood Work.
, ATROWAOE SOLXCITKO
tss mm tmm im, .
THE OJiLY DIRJCCT BOUTJC TO
By this Line Paoeestfforo oro Ijtaieloel at
Centennial li round, or at Broad and rinn
StreeU, in vicinity el the Lending hotel im
Philadelphia, as the ntttr nreftr. Holders of
CAN STOP OFT AT THE
And visit the novernment Buildings, aad the
snauv objects of iatweet rn and about Washing
ton City, traveler dealt ing
Should resnombsc that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R,
IsCelebrated fortu ' '
Xlosrant Coaehes.flpioadld aTf;vlg. Oeaatd
and Beautiful Mountain aatd Tolbsy
PirXJLlfAII FAJLACJB CAZLS
,. . Bun Through . '? i .
frugal TsHsrn ill lasien t
LiOR THROUGH TICKETS. BAGOOAGB
X l becks, UoveiiM-nl of 1 rains, aiespinj Onr
AcwmiiiotlmUtfns, Aa., Ae.. appt M XMOOt
Offices at all Prtneiuel fowls,
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