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Rsiuwaf Unpaid Chkafo-ta Nfv
Y6rkt tower than it lias ever born
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Ex-Sejuto Poomtti.k, it I thought,
voUJtiake a exceUntpniJentnf the
St. I-outo oofeutloa.v . t
The contiouotu rains of Utc last we U
have injured the crops in MiiMl nnd
SoutUern IllinoW Jftrfff (jr. u-' '
. .Alu-ndbk i one f the seven coun
tie hi Illinois that hare no sjtrk ullural
orgMiintiona and bold no fair.
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-.' WriarxtR, tlw? Republican candidate
for vloe-prerident, hat been persistently
opposed to vTetcra river improvement..
Ths Depuhliean nominations were re
eiveJ by Republicans all over tlie coun
try with disappointment but resignation.
Thk Jtepubliciui tamjldate lor, rifo
presUeet a cbflrman of thtj Pacific
Railway committee when all the jobs
Uraxt and Wa1ihurne, it is saM. ex
pect to be in Galena on election day to
vote. If bo, it will 1 the f.rt time
Grant has voted since he cast hi ballot
lor Buchanan in 1SWS. ;
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Secrktart Bbisiow tendered his re
lunation to President Grant on faturJay,
and it was accepted to take eflect to-day.
It is supposed that 1'aited states Treas
urer Xew will be oflt-red the position.
Dcaco KrcifARD Smith telegraphed
to Bristow on Friday as follows "The
patriotism of your friends ha saved the
eountry" that is by going over to Hayes
they saved the country frMu Blaine This
Uan fkffctiU at -Ulaite?, whkrh the
friends ot that geutlivman think alto
.Ma. F&aaaxacaj O., aesreUrr
ot. tte XaUeaal riwmt 'xr-!n!v
ComtBlttee, a&i a ho La istii km the
orgiidmiwa (A eray Deiiwcratie cor
TtLtion smceAat al ClixrittUm inl-CG.
is dow taft- Lock rciVis F-park
f;t ibecosreKtaoa tu I? to tamii.- tht
Dei? .esidettt of fist tTuied Sum.
Tn :t.f;n3 aisj-fcj tj..:i
crtrif Piate" -:-rTLi:2 4 )4Ustiit;pi
bti3 ia wti a,ocw3"aIl it ririt cl
tbt acntdn(9ita te tbe Ctttwutaiit'ii :
u ts irt act.: Jc all xur jurt&t
tjtiftjt '2 jirlijc.i'W ol txt putt.
aii3 3exi tl charjre VLH tie tjetrJuc .tf
25 vatortaaS n4 itthxuia-
Utu The dtfr f" fin- Loais
tsotTfripa wc t.;ii--ru'ita. ,
committee on appropriations hare re
ported eleven general appropriation bills,
leaving but one In Its hands ; ef the
eleven Mils, the penMon, the fortifiraHon
and dcfi. h ncy hills have lceom; Us,
the army bill Is before the houHiul "all
the balance nre in cor.sid ration In the
senate. It is the Republican fgnatfcjwid
n6t'tf.rTetnocrafic houc that has de
layed the pnsage of the appropriation
' AiiitArrji rou t. i.oi isj
Hon. G. W Hall, of PuQuoin, will W
urel asadelcgate from tlua Uutrjcto
fhet Tifl'pnventJoii. A f bi-ttef inn
$t i truer IViiocratctAild nti If ;el6ct
fct: jAtU Kmc and i verwhere h0 is
to be trusted. Always deliberate in
council he is clear-headed and nearly al
ways docs the wisest and beat .thing re
quired bj" tlie;. 'exigency oftbe moment.
His selection a one of the delegates from
this district will give our people pleas
ure. Judges Crawford, Allen and Green,
are also candidates. All of these gentle
men arc so well known to our people
that we need not mention their strong
points. Kath i .a. sUong uiaO in
liUwyv .fud -fVawrohVi.-t" a
host in I'nion, Jackson, Wiilianinn and
wherever he lets himself out. Judges
Allen and Green have both Skite reputa
tions.and arc known as sound I H-mwrats.
It we could snl iilltlitsc how happy wc
would be ; but, since thi- cannot l; doiK.
the best of thcuj will be ju t the man to
is Officially Notified of
Nomination for President.
Chairman KcFaertoa's Remarks With Got.
k "Os cElufj' XjJiiiiaa Jm e.
tut Eijf In p- irmt'tr tl.rot'irlLon!
errr. rrfufeiut i vt luus ii a r
ffuuufi thai t W-od to Hia" tete Tttf
rrh: c afja.iurtiuu Stoidera.
Lut Tjaitrw mrm tiff a 7wIn.i!C prit
tiutT. Tin- ieadiuf LwriiiL XrfTji:iert
iiflur tbe jiobitjirt: J4;n l'y Setrti
JV.l hi tur 'muu'.:ii i t Briv
jfil ni'ttiB- rem'-'ve ti cu. tni
( I rom tb TirM Tiinw. I
kor the information or the tnyrlads'bT
patriotic Republicans, ho anxious to
brgin cultivating the necessary enthusi
asm for the statesman elected by ile
national convention, yesterday, to bear
the standard of the party to victory, or
ele where are piouly Inquirine, "Who
In h li s Hayes, anyhow 7" it may be
stated that Jtuth'-rlord Jt. llayev-was
born w hile (jutte young at Delaware, O.,
on the 4th' of Octoler, When Jn-
crease tt yars entitle! him to shed his
mnndabout, he blossomed out In the
customary claw-hammer coat, took some
more education at Krnyon college, Gam
bier, O., and afterward took a "curse tt
professional train fug at the law school in
CambridgTu . Kciiioriu to (Incinnatifor
the practice ot law, he obtained his first
public employment la lit city solkRor
ship. which he held from 1S5S to 1C1. In
that year he secured a commission as
major of the frl Ohio votoxecr.".: In IhOJ
he became lieutenant colouel, and after
wnrd colonel ; commanded the regluient,
whuli fortncil part of lleno's division, in
the battle of" fkmth Mountain,
received v v wonud in the
arm, was commissioned briga
dier general in and, during mc
same year, wa elected to congress in the
beoond Ohio dtetrict. obtaining a hand
some majority by the aid ot the ingeuious
tvtem of couuung the arm vou-, theti
iii vogue. The house of representatives
at thai time cntaiied a number of peo
ple of.ry positive character, and Hayes
wni uaturallv little heard of among such
.1 crowd, lie was noted, however, for
the eloquence with which he invariably
Toted on the right side, whenever the
uncus or the party leaders would inform
hi. -n which it was. There wa uo Inde
pendent nonsense about him. Scruples
about the rights or wrongs ot landing
measure never troubled him. It was
sufficient for him to know that tin party
approved or disapprove!, and his con
science religiously sanctioned what the
party comik-Us ordained. VYithowt at
tempting to emerge from the obtenrity
mOft congenial to his feelings and best
adapted to bis intellectual capacities, he
s-curei a r?Dwiaatioa aad re-election in
the u?ua! way: One of tlie most significant
arts ot his public life excited con-Mderab;
couiioeiit aooat i tiiae. Ht position
gavehuii acoutrohiif vote in tbe ipo
niion ol otrtain reveiiue offices ja i.'in
ciiiUti. 4 lieing desirous of t-seaincg tbe
hostrteeritjrlia oftbe newspiw r ot hi
putj. xui equally willing to rvi himself
cf the repo&a)bd'iry of tuaiung a persouai
tuvt araor.g a swarm 01 appcaiii., be
fcviied t-be tiiivjr 1 o the C-vnme-ciAZ and
Uttt Ot-yuvt Vo caaie the ptr-oijS whom
UrtT oonekieml 61 to tUi toe Tacaat
pijes. 1 be icviiauou wa aeptecl w 1U1
imte-i)e eoicplais lite, aiid Gvtttml
Hare tbu logetiKrafciy avoided the ne
ot!.f 11 t ing pemi enemies of
dozens of ippMuied asttra nts. f-p.k&i
the big guiit of the prefc. and saJed
KuootUy vy La: um-t ive ui ;red to
a pern ui hi mrsek s imlm a very
Sfcigui po?at ia Lis Klitiet voytgiug.
IVel jJ tiie txpiratxrfi ot bis ivacoud cot-
greMMJ term. Ut ha bouiiau-a lor
ft lLurnihiL, luua aa
than Z.V tujfrity a
Llf.EASURER NEW WILL PROLUBLY
Hew 'Mexico BUl.rThe
tion Bill, Etc.
llli-ola Stat DamoaratU Cava
tloa.-Caaca of Editor.
Another Collision Between Whites
and Blacks in Louisiana.
SICKNESS AMONG THE IN
MATES OF THE MISSOURI
A xmt ot 'M !
iiul a ix JiJrrewuae aMrverwtoi
(a;uu Hiir 2nt Tb jars iA
tbe itter t Lsri&s, w hj-
tut Xlmmyyi aa i Ej l
jo rigi tb m'Tii Ki Ma Mi
tii of t' e wit tnt'.it tot,
tii '4 tsoM iUK- t J eaa te
aivjJ for dbe riycr f V.f, a dtftb
' wtAw rS:ti Ui '.nj Leaiy tf-tg-.
caa be sowl pen arsnA trt tn
t. l k.-4i tu..oif i - ' 'Z
Offlrinl KtlrtrtN l fir. Ilajea.
' fotfwacs," .Tunc 17. The committee
appointeil by tlie Ciccinua;! convention
to notify G jv. Hays of his 6auation
for pre-lJt'U arri ve-1 here at fit" o'clock
this evening and were escorted to the
hotel l-v the Columbus ca lets and lljye
club wiih a full lnd. At nil o"clxk
the dt-i-gt'jon procxvJvd to tbe xe.uiive
ctiiubrr. w btre ty wTe- rp etrtl t r
io. Hare.' ' 1
i.r.jAi.i. oj iu -"rut a" . 1
E1 ari MiTt on of reuui.rtvtiJx
tbta .-i;tJ forward, an J if-.tr rhaiL'.g
bl -v. lLkyt. 4jK.it f
Gcr. Hiy t Vt Verttid by
tbe. atimrti i- esr f tf "ffie I;.Lb
par:j, bcuieu a: Cioi,a a t-e
14? rhf- t xaiL. to Uifio yoa
X'i'.-u- T that j ou baitbuuj nuaaituouWy
Kttiiad by .' U cwavf j'jk Jcr- tiie
Set ttl jireKukeat f t United l-'..
The HiaiitiT Is wlu'fc tbj "'0 wn
tafci. uud ttie Tr3iise to i: irtm fv-rv
juncifi ol rhe ouutitry, n.et tbe
ereurUi iie jirmtar eo:!i3iioe is
vou and tbf be'Ua tiiai Tour
aaiiu.:,-fcru,h si be ?v aur.jcs xivmior araitiEt
aidatt.' MTaaav. tr. r aim'!t,vj--tri- ; eiicvO by tl
noil, iw we beltt-r the ptv;ite wiii cso- j very tiarrusr escape trom Mt at a utne
firm tSe artJD xf tbe ottvfnun abi I wliext iut jiarty atreiUi wa aull more
thex cave itie country irxnu ite c-ntrol of j Ftro!jg!T iial Jortiber ty the eveU atd
results it Ibe war. He (aued
a re-eJto as goveroor. but bis
a4mitastr& 00 had ttetu too weak to
ui: tbe party, atd aootbt-r name was
pia'.3 at the bead of tLe tictt. in
hoaever. be receive J a renooiiuation,
reiidieton mailing uid-r protest, aud
with strong rvlo tance. on the Demo
cratic tk.Wt Hayes was elected by
about &H uiajor.ty. a hen fifteen tbou
awd bad been confijeotly expe.td. A
) ear ago. th psrry found ltelf short of
8iTa:iLi tituber for a promb-in contest
with AlUn. ahodeiuaadtd a re-eb-ctiori
on the greenback l-su-, aud Hayes was
zan noiuina!ei. The putlie school
quew'Kn happened to be in a condition
for efieciive use jut at this time, the
court .having lately suppreed bdjJe-
rea4:nir. lls democratic leirtdiature.
too. hal yielded stupidly to tlie claims ot
a Catholic I Jtot nameJteetian. anti pas-
ed a bill according certain privileges In
the public in ktituttons to the minister
of that denomination. The law was
h-rrnles enough, and not objectionable
in rriuciwwi ; but tbe pressure under
Tt w York IhrmU says tLe ll
p vbii ini Wjif avtewertby on
two pob.u-4be camry arid tbe school
question, and on the find of tbee it is
only noteworthy for Wliat It doe t ay.
Says the UtrtUdx "The act requiring
resumption In ISTO has been strangled by
the Cincinnati eonvtntVon, wbkJi bas sub
stituted tor it s vague , promise to' resume
specie payment 'at tlie earliest practica
ble period, which may be a many years
lience as mc on money men
of tha, i AY est . may Uunkl Ut."
The'JJew Vork Tnbime myg the plut.
lorra is evidently the manifesto of a party
that feeds that it has lew yoUa 1 to .spare
and tliat "the curmicy 'phuik Is the worht
of it." Kays the Trliunt : "There U
nothing in tlie mild resolution to which
a hard-money man can reatooablr object,
but it falls far short of the previous prom
ises of the Republican party and far short
ot tlie bold language which tlie lirue demands.-;
'"A -pledge to "redeem TiiltJ
States notes Ju cola, at aoiue day not
i-pecifiel and to biake steady progress to
ward specie payment at a .rate anJ by
means not 4eAneJ, ha ' sirrely no gnat
O.M Saturday President tjrant aent a -cial
messenger to the senate aud Iioum:
of representatives calling attention to
the near-approach of tlie new fiscal year
and failure of congress so far to make
provlblon for the ordinary of
the goveromeiit ; alo to laws for
bidding expenditures of unexpended
balances aad requiring these to be cover.
ed into tlie treasury at the end of the fis
cal year, s He iurtlier stated it appropria
tion bills arc aot matured before the ' be
ginning of tbe fiscal year the goycramcut
will be greatly embarrassed Jor , w ant of
. a 'f ! . , . m 1 .
lunaianu stionma a imc resoitnion to
extend appropriakif na tof X4)4 iud
diplomatic and postal wrvii's, kupKrt of
arm and navy, etc., for the prefcetit !ical
year to the W-W fi. (1j tu -r(
UepuMlcan' newspapers have already
begun to make capital aut f this assasace
clutrglng die failure ot uuignsai U ism
the tppropriatioo bilj to the Iemocratlc
bouse. 1 he ftcts sTiow that the bouse
ttte tn-ii and ttit ';iitiou ol tne jtrinci
pie tiii poluT" of tbt Ijwui'jcra'jc party.
W have Um leeti dirwTsd toatk your
aTVT.'tion to ttte aummary of -pnb'i'jan
60'trine cyutajntd m tt y'z farui adept
ed by e'im'n'B. ' la dlasLLrgiiig
this af'-ti'ie' flrrr wt tui -u of
Home c-.!.gran.atjoij 3c tbt hartnoeiiou
actioii vi the o:nvet.tioa and ia ii early
re;r;fcf r'va t-y the p-'..p. l e wi'i
we tiiC'W trct tr.i Lorjors tou. Heiioe-
:b rou beiotg to tbe wboie ouatry.
Ui'Sr cir'A-tLKatiw so auspicious we
s -r or few", hues,
U'A. Ilrr. with Brnsual agitation,
tiA & a voice to low at to make it rjeirly
10 be heard, replied an fol-
v i :
Sir I hsve on'r to av. in rroi.-e to
your i;vrrtoa. tiat 1 accept the tOu-
.a'lon. irtip. ki u present time, it
0'i J a UutTvuhT ljt tut to say more
tiaa this. Ailboozh eveo now I should
beglal to give aotne expresli to the
profound of gratitu-Je I fl for the
eoDfi'leo'sc reposed in me bv your-lves
and thoaefor whom yooaet. At a future
time I fiall take occasion to pre rit my
aufptance in wnting will roy vu.-ws
Ttie (k-V-gatea were tlien jxr-onally In
troducr- to their nominee, an lpeut con
atderablc tim with Mm in irifrinally
conversing on various subjects.
A large crowd serenaded tbe i-itiug
delegateii at their liotels to-night. Short
apeeeluM wi re inady 4by , bloatoker ot
lMii-iar;;i, Klney ot uu. aaolina,
llale of Maine, Howard ol Michigan.
Shepheril of New York and others.
Washington, .lune is. The army ot
Cincinnati pilgrim" have returned, and
are now bu,ly engaged in telling how it
all came about, the main topic of con
versation, however. Is as to Drltow's
movements. Kluford WIU011. Homer
Varyan, and the re-l of Bristow's helpers
In the treasury, all expect to leave the
employ of the government at a vcrv earlv
BIStSToW ' Sl'tCKSMJK.
'flic postuiater-general Ls authority to
day for the tliiteroeut that Uri-tow's ret
iguatiou will take effect on Tuesday.
Who his successor w ill tie is not dirulffcd.
but tlie (f'ns'ral impression Is that New
will be called to the fro.it.
IHL .N.V MEXICO DILL.
The widely published statement that
tlie house committee on territories has
recommended favorable action on the
senate bill for admission ot New Mexico
is w holly erroneous.
SlTROrRIATION fOH I't'BLIC HI ILlllMfil.
The house committees ou appropria
tions yesterday agned to report $2,j0.
(s.s for public buildings, etimate or the
treasury department being over $l,tjO,
'.). OENtr.iL SlTROI'RI.tTION BII t S.
Only twelve working days remuiu be
fore reaching the first of July, the com
mencement ot the fiscal year, to say noth
ing ot the probable interruption ot busi
ness by tlie inter veiling St. Louis conven
tion, aa wa tlie case with that held at
Cincinnati. But notwithstanding this
some of tbe tnejuhri-k are of the opinion
that by sitting day aud night such legis
lation tnsy be matured as will relieve the
apprehensions expressed by the president
in his mes-age to congress, and tinaucial
embarrasMK-nt to the eovernment be
THE STATE f K M OC 11A T I C CON
SrtLxom id, June IS. On tlie 21st
Uic m.!sMeiiisM of Lvmocratic editors of
Ibis Male Is to meet In-re lor the purpose
of deciding oa n:tsrd action during tfie
On the 2il tbe lieuKK-rats hold U-ir
Sta&e convention Lere t select delegates
to the uauowai cooverition at St. Jouls
It u btbeved tbat ibe sentiment ot tbe
party in Uas Male 1 in favor of TiMea as
a pretideni1 nd;datc. aliiiotigb Judge
Davis bas soma ftf-ngth in the Northern
part of tbe State. It u also certain that
ia y leading Lfrnocrats are more
Uroogiy convinced ot tbe propriety of
riC'ffuusAlcg 'Tii'ien than before the nom
ination of Hayes, it is not probable.how
tver. tbat the national delegation from
this State will be instructed.
around me, and I am now writing at my
breakfast table with twelve dead bodies
In tha slop ba.oin.and everything on the ta
ble crowding with fresh arrival). This, to
me, la a new discovery, and perhaps tt
may serve to encourage nthera In that
which is always a source of pleasure, and
now proves abo to be a sourca of com-
lorm window gardening." - - -
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IscrtiMi Ut Cuutllj. htprerM Us (aslltr
Lincoln v Butter Powder
Freab Matter all Ike Tear Honnri
BUTTER tN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder ii ao entirely
linrniless article mnle from a celebrated
Knrlish recipe, and bow in daily use by
many of tbt moot nmed fanuers in th'e
butter counties arouol l'lillaileli his.
I a hot weather tbta Towder makes butter
much firmer and sweeter than it usually Is,
and keeps ft from turntnif ranetd. It also
removes tlie strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weed, orn stalks, cotton seed, etc; aud
the increased ybld of butter much more
than pays the trittin? expense of using it.
S.I ('eat Per Package.
WiiutasALB Depot: 100 Market St.,
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 1 100,00
V r It AIXJDAY, PrMldnt.
tIL.NKY L. 11AI.LIUAY, Vice Prwt.
A B ri KU, . .bir.
WALTER HYSI.UP. A't CMhier.
OF XI lil
Fresh, Pure and Natural, aa furnished by Old Mother Enrth " FOR
THE HEALING OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ico by
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION
, SlAT TiTLOl, It If. CCCPI'OBIM,
W . I". Halmdat,
Exchange, Coin and United Statea
jdonaa uougnt ana soia.
"pEPOSIT9 rraeivel u! (rnpfml buklnf
Xr luiw (loue.
N0. Vice 1'nrB't.
J. Krrtta, A.i.-t. uli'i
II yea f utrnlulitldl l SirMnl
Com mbi n,l)., June 17. jov. llaye
Wat in'lit received Jhe fulhjwiii U Je,
imm Irmn PnJi.LiA.t uruhl r J. k
' I eonyralulate you, and fe . I the n ai
ei assurance itiai you win wujv my
praetit jo-itiun frvm Ibe 4U lar-ii
next. . j . .4 ,H , . tKaT.'
Jah Hillinv aa MtrawUerritM.
I-htfthnflKumia tKeBiut' i,tWr 1
ilic straw terry U ouo tv natum'
sweet pets, bbe niiikes theiu worth lift
cents the but sha maaea. aiul n-v r
lows them to be eold at a mean nriec
The color ol the traw Urry I, like the
selling uv me sun under a thin clou
wmi a uemaie spixifj uv ram 111 it; iu
lraraiiee 1 like the breatli uv a bib
WIikII It fUiit U'lflllS to rat w iiiti-r'rru
lo.ziiiycr ; Its flavor U like tin: nectar uii
oiu-iiuoiiea oiiPi.s nsu-ti t ii-v t
mm mi sm,
Corner Commercial Ati aixl 8th Street,
f. r.r.s, Cairo. w to. ruro.
I'. rH, tirr. W m Wolfe, t iro.
A . uuU , Cairo. R. L. IiilluiWr,t.
K. Kirler, airo 11. W1U, i ir.i.
F H. Urmktro, M. Louis.
BETSESDA UIllERflL WATER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Claims to he a speeilie in all raps ui IMnhetcs, Intbtiuation d the Kblueys. Inflamatiou
of Uin Neck ot the ItlatHer and 1'rrtCra, lollamiitioii of tbe HlailliT, Propsy, (iouty
chuiidp, oiJiim i i 'Tim, Aiiinirniina, nopy or t uiii'iy i nne, urick lut lie.
noit : Thick, Morbid. Hlliou auJ Hark LApiarinit Trine, with Hone Du.t lit poult ;
KnrniiiK Sensation with .Miari I'alns whrn voiding t rine: lleniorrmrp of tlie ki.lnpv.
Pain in ttis Kidneys and l.fon-, Torpid Liver, InJi2tloD. Cukulus. and Ktuiile
Weakoesa. , ,
There I- no reiinJial azent knonn t ) man the t ean cure tlie foreirflnz deseatii
effectually as Hetties. la Water. This fact has been demoii.tiated wberevtr the water
bs been utel arcordlnir to Uirei'tion: which an lx- had ss the General Agentit' )y )
iillratiaa to tbetu. Tbe water Is sweet and pleasant ti tbe tate. Itcan he drank at ail
hours. AVby should any one suffer wli'le tin wstT is ao oaJly obtained 1 "
t IT Dlt. 1IAWI.KY nF.Arif, of '1'tO llroadway, New York, gives the fullowiiiK lit
of recent eures within his practice :
Continuation nf rurrs by Hi; THEM A srRIMi WAl'KK, after the pttietits have been
pronounced levonl relief- tnon'li they are not a tithe or those dailv received :
.ACCHAKINK DIAUKTE-O-Uev. Thomas li nroe. Sea Cliff and I'.rooklvn : Morris
Brown. Penn Van; Major Hurt, Mr. i'.aiber, Mr, (nlon. Kinlcrliook : Mr. Saunders
HRHiUT! PlsKAr.-J. n. ouM, Hudson : Mrs. Judio Va4i tt, Caleh Morgan,
Mr. Barnes, Mount Vernon; V. V.-r. Sintf .in-': Mrs AMen.uin. Mrs. Hall. Mrs.
Wilcox, -New Tork : lr. Ii. W, Ileal, Mr lieim. Mrs Uff r, Mr. .lme, ltrooklvn.
t tX'h.BATlU-N Or THE lib-VliDEK-E. Colfax, ItufT.lo: T. J. Cox, .ew Vork.
What Suriteou-Ueiiera'i U'olcott ami other iroiiniieiit Medical Men rav about the
MiLWAl'kM:.:lknury 1, 1x7;).
I aus sratifie l to find tbat toe opinion ifivi n bv me, over two vesrs ago. on the
medicinal priertie of the r.etbe4a Water. ha been fully nurtaiacd ami onllnned by
it-use. in a Ta.i naBiberaau variety ol -a9s. involv insr Hie urinsry orirsn. in inanj
nav In most of su'-b caes, I do not hitaU to ear tbat it U Tilv superior to any
other remedy knavn to tbe profeaitoo. K. B. U'ol CoTT. M. !.
we lullv concur in tbe above : O. r. Wo cott, m.: .1. K liirn r, 31. !., Ulabete;
H. Xclowskl.M. I; J.M. AIIld, M. IK
tb bottom uv the tumbler when
tood treat n Mount Ida.
1 here are manv breads uv ll.U il. Ii
.if I'l.lli.lul .1.. ,... . . . -
ivu rin.iw, uui hoi a IIH.MJI OIIU III
I . 1 . 1 I. t t . t .1
nun i nave ioie llit ui. lavin" urnun
-Miiuoui a uv i4-( ii?ri. in u.nw.
body's ifraa, Mmii 1 wma a iaM- s4ich4
boy, that eaidredful east f without any
while uar on them, and eveu a bujr
Uiiaed with Ihem in tho hury uv
Uie uicuieui.' I. ta rries Is oxl, but ttiey
are too much like suekins a marbhi that
baa Kt atiaadletosrtt. 1'eatlw U ood,
If u dmrt jet any ut the pin leather. Into
your lit-. Watermclloiis wiUsuteevtry
body who Is satisfied with half sweeUned
uriua ; uui me man wjio cau cat straw
berries besprinkled with eriuhed sugar
in i-i utJixi wiui ' cream (at some.
noilr eii.es exueose). and not lav hfi
band on his stuiiimaW' aixj thanV the au
thor of straw lierriea and stommaks, and
the phelow who iys tor the sUawber-
ric4, u aian w itn a wom-out cootWi.w
a man whose mouth tastes like a hole
in the ground, At)4 duu't tate a hat el
whii.-b it wa passed enabled tbe Kepub-
li'fis to ue the bill a an illustration ot
wtiat Catholic uicUtn could do
u the I-iemocratic party. Al-
leu's omtisivehr j.ronotine-i (rvenback
vkws exeited bitter hostility in bis own
party, whteh was asdduouly nrired into
ip-n revolt, ny uiniKMices ouiifia oi llie
hute ; and, uwler thu exeiHionally fa-
voruble. cimbiuation ot circnnutanees,
IUye once more earri-l the Mate, his
majority Ix-in' only 5,511. It will x:
tii that there is nothing In tlU -m - ioi t
bi-bry ol 09i. Hayes frarrsrr to mark
him as a stron. candKiate. even In Ins
own Slate. 1 lie preM-nution of his
n mte as a t.n-eideritul candidate, wu the
result of a curious wbnn; of the nobir.
ioui Saud clique of Cincinnati, who. in
this way, expectefl to cireumveiit the ef-
torts ot Morton, Blaiiw! and others, to
M-eiire tlie ktrenth ol Ohio, and uhone
ultimate pur was. to hold the dulea-
iion in a mmuiioii w nere us wcigm cOUIl
thrown for liraut and the third term,
il an opportunity to prcevnt them slioidd
an-:. ' ire-iiiiRiatiecs wiiicli these
t In una could scarcely have expected
have taki'ii the man of straw out ol tlieir
nan'jH aim m i ii up si me actual ll''ure-
head of the national llepublU au party.
WII.M AM A. W Ill KLKIt.
The foi lunate recipient of the iiouiina
liou for tlie vne-prehKiewv, lion. Wil
liaia A. Wlsocler, was born In Molone,
rranann county. .. June s). in rj
wa educated at the l iiiversiiy of tr-
moiii ; serveu as uutrici attorney in his
nauve couruy lor iMverai years : was
electorl to tlie lower house of the New
Vork leulture iu bsio and t : in 1W7
and la5 he was a member of the Wtatc
M iiate. llo w s prenldi ut of the eonUi-
lutioual couveuuou Ui 1M7 aud lin. , in
j jU lie was eieeieu a representative to
the thirty-seventh eonres; was ajfain
eiecteu. eiiriil years war. to the lortv
lirnt conjure, and baa held a -ei ln the
house coiitlnuoosiy since, la private
lite, be has been enzaiced la bankinir. and
- ! 1 . - i . I .. il . '
waa irciui'm wt tuw siwroail eOT'
Doration. His public career ut
trai ted little or no attention beyond the
limita ot his own district until about a
year ajjo, w hen be biolr au active Interest
in the Tony aad, vexatious muddla In lxu.
Inlana. ilia nagotiauon ot a truce be
tween the waring factions of that State,
evinced somethUiiT nsom tiiau average
ability, and an im liuation toward fair,
dealinx ami tnoderarion which way be
considered a little above the unual level
of tbe average Bnahkaa . politician,
i'he ciiiceaMious lie male to the Louis
iana I lenicjrrats were trtmi In corupaiU
son with the demands of manifest jutkee,
but their acceptance has aacurad coaipaiw
atlve peace to the State, r'roui his
conuviton wiilt these negotiations, Mr.
Wheeler -derived his only elalms to na
tional reputation, and to it ho doubtless
owes bis nomlnat'on.
tw Ov. Han, June 1. The blan ks
and Hiilie in i'ort liujgon. on the Mi
sisslppi, one hundred and thirty mile
above here, met in armed onttict on
rM'.unlay, when the whites, out num
bered ten to one, were whipped, with
one kilied and four wuunded Hie row
oriiuated at a trgro IfepuWIan mas
lueetini: in I'ort U udouaturday moni
ing. 'the neToes were hot atout one of
their ituraber who had joined the Iemo
crats, and bein incited by a lew blood-
thlrty leader, m irtheU yelling to the
Ierno-rat! negro t hone, and dratrini?
him out, beat him to death with club. A
A oo'fce of twenty-five white persons
organized to arrest the lead
ers or the ssaisins, hut the
latter anticipating such move armed
them selves and got hold of a field piece
also. In response to the demand of the
whites for tbe offenders the neffroe.
number ing two hundred and fifty ofteo
eJ fire and tbe w kites retreated, leaving
one kUled on the ground and carrying
four wounded, with tbens. The whites
retired to a safe position, and at once
sent to neighboring town for reinforce
ments which, toey thougbt to receive
about daylignt to-day, when they ex-
pe-teu to man upon the negroes deter
mined to clean th-ui oul. Ihe latest
news froru Uiere b da'jy Saturday night.
wnen tlie negroes, numbering tour hun
dred, had been largely reinforced, and
were manaed on the river bank awaiting
the attack bound to II 'lit to the death.
I Sjeaeral B sikisis; Baalneaa Done.
rtExchanire so d and bemght Interrat paid
a tbe .aTi!urs Uirtrueoi. clu-c4ias niaalc,
M all DMises s ttjmyuj aiteniei tu.
CHARTERED MARCH SI, I860
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B SAFKOKD, IT-ii'lent
S 8 TAVI.OU, Vice President.
W. 11 YaLOf, sc'T aixi Trtauurtr.
. Bsiu uiT, ( uas Gsuoiraa,
DKxsrura, PsilO txuvn,
. Ct'Kaiaoasja, li L Hallidat,
J. Jst Pmixir.
Tllue UrM Wr, in iti ilter,iiuiic ,ici. i 'I'-tcrO-t'l a Tviiic, tiiureii-, Aitr.nie an Airicnf,
p'tr.f u g aat earicSing tSc btof, srvl t:.inuhiihg rvciy iMr rriib orjan of the e ocH.uiy,
lit iv.bert I'eter. tt.c aion,utieM analyst,
f-aline and tuluhur waiers ire quae frequent, comparM ively , im our Wie lime-tne tirali.: l-it amortrt
ail the Spnnt of ihia atnr--, Sna4 Resent , ii thm fctmti'ii, in Kent in icy . N'.r e are u valuable and
remarkable, in many reffxt, ai th're M r:? Infer IS;uc lck .
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
The water of Hie Excebior Snr.ri' is invaluable, remo in? aud pmeiitiiiic, ) it
aperient abd alterative effecu, the ia-iUnt forms of disease.
It lliiftily reeauiineBdA.1 1, the most eminent pliyH'iaii. an l i u-J wild ((real
success in tlie treatment of I'yapcpHa, CViestipttion of the I'.ourlx, AOectlonx ol tLe
fjrer and KMoev, tV'eer, Scrolula, Cutsoeous liii-ea-ej, Ktc II is a'so an exccllci.1
romeiJy lor tbe Headache, and a pleasant and lisalttiful bever.i-e.
Mineral walcr. fre.juenlltr rcM-nt ueli' taal virtue,, iu their uc. MUlch caninM te arrt'untel .r in t'.s
yt lrliei ot it.e iagrticir hlch are ttVin by nal
AU of tbe above Waters for aala on drauickt in Boltlea, fcy the Oallon la
Juifs or KeKS, or by tbe Barrel by
rXTERE'iT li 1 on deootiU at tbe nt ol
Lrjcreent lx-r snoum. March 1 at act hnuteui
tt 1st. InUreat not witb'lrawo ia atliiH iroma
lialeiy to Uie principal of Uw ileposils, thereby
rivinat mem eomaouuil iiilerat
tlarried Women and Children may 1
uepoait aioney ana no one
else can draw it.
Otia crerv boaiikeMlav from tern, lo I p.m.
aJ "sUir'lay evnluS tut saving 'irposiu uulf
rom C to b o cIock .
W. HT8L0P. Treaaarar.
Sale of City Property at Auction.
"I Jt fll.lC n'iticels faereliT (riven that a Mon
BAEGLA7 BROS., Druggi:
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo. I1L
GILES, BRO. & CO.
Wholesale an J Retail
MISSOIKI I ' K X IT K XT I A J t V . .
JeviKKHOX Oity. -Mo., June. 1. At
tin; x;iiit.'ntiary now there are 137 in
hospital and atxiut 1'si off duty and suf
fering from tlie so-trailed prison disease,
which apra-ar to : under medical ton
trnl. .,: m 5 ' i , i ; : , - , '.
1 he real causa ot the Mckucss la tlie
Irenifr.-nUary, fx attribtib-d to the poor
IU:t and the tsaineness wf it, mpplicd to
the inmate.. While tliere was enough
i'iven of the poorest r-tufl' that could wi
procured, yet the quantity did not supply
the quality. I'he food passed through
the system as soon at eaten, eaurdiig
wiakneafl, diarrh'ea aud sih U other dis
eases as arise from weak atoiOHrh and
bowels. Tho nn ane-t kind of -cflw was
turned twi a week witliout either sujrar
or milk. No vegetable. Tho only diet
furnished regularly was bread and water,
with an omaAional mess of gruel. As a
coucquence., when Uie hot weather came
the men were so weak and so exhausted
that they could not stand the heat and
labor. At one time there were as many
as 500 sick, and of the 130 were in the
hospital. The theory that the ek-kiieta
w as caused by the w ater, ha exploded.
A test has been made In one of the wards
by k-ivinjr the sick rood and wholesome
food and no medicine. Under this treat
ineut they are all recovering. A aln
before, the chief cause of the sicktifces is
the attempt to run the penitentiary at an
exiense ot only ulne ex uts a day to each
Inmate, which, of course, Is impossible.
A fly lveKlllve.
Hev. tieo. Meari's Drottgnt wrjtes to
tUt 1oinlon Timet iroiu Ireland: "Foi
threw years I have lived in a town, and
during that time my sitiinjr room' has
N-en fn iroin flies three or four walk
ing about my breaktaat table while ull
toy iM ihbors1 rooms were crowded. I
olten congratajatati wra. If on tay ea-.
cape, but otvar kiiew tha reason Of It tin
til two liajf hl'O. - Jrtlu n bad occasion to
move my thing to r tuioiUejr house,
i remaining on hx i two day longer.
Aruoug other things moved were twa
b0 t-l geraniums ,syid , -sjoeolnrlas,
which alwsys stood is my windows, the
windows being always open to the full
eitent, top and bottom. The boxes
were not gona halt an hour before
my roota was as mil of flics as all those
day. tha 4tb day of June, between Ibe hours
af IS u'cliM-k. a ro. and 4 u in-. 1 will ( Ber lor
sale Uj tbcbinhasi hiiter fur easb in Iihu'1, iin
Hie prerniM! known as the. Tenth alrret anrt the
Thirty Hecjn'l trt utimp pruiierty. the fullow-
inx articles Ijeluliginit to the tuy of I uiro, u-
1 Eoiary I'lioip tt Inch Miction, eaiwcirr ',
ft 0 rations r minute; in complete cnler. in
clii'lina slianinx ami rtiueys.
1 piera aula Iteltins;. M tncbea Hf. ' ply.
1 piMC K"' teltinif, IS inches wiile, 4 plf.
llllirt l.l.U)li 1 UttT.
1 piir lioilers, feel long, ii inches iluiiiietei ,
t ttiiwi each, with tire rront sni arntte Inri.
I bdrixontalenaine. pi by Is inrhe. with I'M
feet ofi inch StialiinK
I iWtor tufc-iae.
'! rotary ninips,1l Itii h em tioii.
- Lot r.rahallinir ami nulievH
1-ot of oul iroa, Imlt, eaatlnKs, fan pi)e and
Hv oplerof Uial'itv Comieit.
JAH. W. HI KWAKT, Ity Clerk.
(Cini;inaati Commercial and t. Jytnis t.lotje.
Iieuiix ral, Cipy i tunes. fc-ll-ilt l.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICACO.
VK AI!K M'Kt I A I. AhKMS Oil
AND HAVE A U l l. f-TOtK OF
AMI AN HN'IM.KS AUIKI V OK
f .lies' S'me (AiM Watr.be.,
Colli Oprrs Lliaiua,
l.iihl Nei k Cbuliin,
Mlirr Vest I bains,
1 stile Cantors,
Htxi l-irks, -'i ;
- t'nrt Htruuls,
.Sunk in liniK".
iiobl Tooth I'ieks.
UoM W ati ti ke;,
Cnil sew an l Uiiiirs,
' flronze Oruuinenia,
alters. Lames' ftetn,
llutter liali, I'etirl Sets,
Oolil UlUKS. i- 1'ilebers,
( offee 1'rnn,
I h hj n llol'lers,
i nps aiet tiiil'leti,
(old 1 nimble-. .
Milrer I hiinlileii,
l.ol'l I.im ketn.
Ojiera ijlitiiseii, ao
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
9 fiftfi hhrl Mam HplAana Sunar
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses, WlgOTS !
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yellow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
inn TiArr.AK Carnlinr Ria
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'lc Tea. CD Ail
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
fcffcvtrj out visiliug ClilCAOO shoubl call ut our b,biblihment uml examine our lioo.l-
Cigars ! Cigars !
Wholesal e and Retail Prices !
Fully alive to the demand of the tunes, proposes to put hi
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
Cb I jQ. I HC I S3
j, AM) OTIIKB I'UODt'CK.
aa, to a-al 7 ! airMi, JIH,
:Dsar Old "Yankee Doodle."
J1 "S aaoafsl 0w koM
wbisUssl it, aur lfls kas sanf saa aiasd it
air stunt ssa aaa aiarchsst tall, sast as s hat
I Is alciuf s r f rsnd snS lastaelj pti4vi, l art
if f. M. WitlsrC Tbt Oluliiaraswss ISsiasrlsl
tall, al PhuaSelahla, ana- It sil,aSwirs i thotia.
aaa Tha couyls a nSrosa. ana saaald aSsrr
a Mas si stars Amariaan kotaa.
II sol tounS with tour uitbvy dsalae, tn4 yaw
IU S V MV llfSIVI Ta
.....a "Oil. Cl..ns", 0
ptfcsv I WW s IsWVff ,
rBiCC -B sssH, li.UO; miA4 ,M las Irsas
Al prices that will cotnnara with UmUeolliiala other articles, in other word will put
. . 1.1- U.. . ir,in aI.I
, t , MB liKMias UUW U aivaaa taiv wi
War to a Peace Basis,
Andlnnroofof tho faot rould call the attention of tho Smoking
Public to the following prices: Connecticut Seed Iroin t o a oenia,
low prices, and in return aolicita their patronage. dianrin
Biriokingand.Chewing tobacco, and okerfarticlea
tiona, conatanuy on nana, ana wm uw soiu f " " " - - " - - - -
102 Commerlitl Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
u tr il us
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