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Leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol la
MepubJVea party, and reluse to be tram
melted uj Uie dictation of any clique to tbt
It beitevss that tbe Republican party am
ulillUd IU mJseloa, and that tbe imo
trallc party as bow organised thoulu here
stored to pwer.
It believes the Kadloal tyranny that h.
lor several years oppreaed tbe foutb
ehould be overthrown and tbe people ft n
outliern States pertiltud to control Uieu
It believes that railroad corporation
should be problbiUd by legts'atlve rcarti
uent from extorting and unjustly dusiriio
Inatlog la tbelr business transactions Mitt
It recognize the equality ""cl a rucu
tore tlie law.
It advocates free conJuere Urlfl lor
advocate retumptloa of specie y
meat, and boaeat payment of tbe public
It advocate! economy la tbe I u.m. tra
il on ol public aflelr
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73 OHIO LEVEE.
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to Iliinola, reprosMattna tw
PAIKT AID OILS).
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Olaat, Win
now Shades, &o.
Always on hand, the celebrated Hluminatin
Oomer El.T.nth Street aad Waahiac
VOX and BASKET CO
All kinds hard aad soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, &0.
BfUl u4 Tarsi.
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AMERICAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ha. It OHIO LEVEE.
It I Ten to consignments aal
Dili ii onlfin
...v . whu i ui n ill ire im-I . uy IIUMI UQ I T
eeiiit of one dollar, (post paid) or single cutties
at I rent. each.
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1 hey can aUo be ordered through any news
deale io the I'mted Suiea.
lU)ier clyIiiruiueuUl....Tom Brown
v toy utu I noi Korgv, CUrible
f,r.I Ull,""' - Mayuiih
HlKh Life Walts &traua
lwn where Uie VioleUUrow Weolerne
V hen OlilJrcluoa had bu Hay Weaterne
1 he tirautl Ulil rmui .. ....Hulilee
The College Quicktep- ...btoMaid
1 here's a Letter in the Candle Coote
Io you Keally Think be lii.'
Address orders to Ileni. W. Hitchcock. Pnh
luhcnt.dto Third Avenue N. Y.
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la tbo Oraaa 4lsl
Which has stood the test of 40
rhere is no sore it will not HeaL
oo Lameness it will not Cure, no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 60o: or II
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
im aatef ear
Ita. Site a aua3
vs a, i timt, n
Hlelnarcer Oare War.
It appears that Weinberger, the deposed
Mng ol Navlffatofe Islands, has not mc
reeded In convincing the New Zealand peo
ple that tbe United States Government in.
tended to back him in his Blibngterin' per
iormauccs, at Apia. The Auckland, (N.
7..) 'Southern CrorV publishes an interview
with General Grant'a friend, in which he
averted that his Instructions to capture the
islands were genuine, but of inch a secret
nature that be could not divulge them. He
assured bis interviewer that the Govern,
meat would demand satisfaction of the
llritish Government for his incarceration
oa board tha llarracouta, and a large sum
of money would have to be handed over as
compensation for his grievances, btein
bcrger denounced Consul Foster as "an old
beachcomber who calls himself the Ameri
can conul." Although President Grant
gave Kteioberger authori: toswiogaround
tha Hamaon circle, it appears that .Secretary
Fish gave him very mild instructions. As
Steloberger'i authority from the Depart
ment of State has not been very clearly
defined, tbe following document froyi Mr.
Fih, found in Steinberger's luggage at bis
royal palace, gives the lie direct to prender's
assumption of autocracy tinder the authori
ty of the United States Government:
"Depaktmf.nt ok Statk, Wasuixo
TOK, May 0. Col. A. Kteinberger, Apia,
Friendly Islands Sir : Dl-patcues re
cently receive 1 from Mr. Foster, the consul
of the United Mates at Apia, lead to the
apprehension that, although pursuant to
the instructions of this Department, your
functions as special agent to the Saraean
Islands were limited to obtaining informa
tion in regard to that group, tbe rulers
there consider that you had promi-ed them
the protection ol this Government. If this
! as represented, it Is much to be regretted,
as no such promise was made, or any hops
of such protection waa held otit by warrant
of this Government; and such promise, if
made, was one whirh this Department, in
tbe absence of a formal treaty, or of the
sanction of Congress, had no right to au
thorize you to make.
"It Is also stated by the consul tbat you
assumed the right to levy tonnage dues In
that quarter, and professed to give a riht
to a native chief to examine registers with
out, on your part, having consulted a sin
gle foreign consul upn the subject. This
would present a case ol the assumption
and exercise of arbitrary and unauthorized
power quite inconsittent w ith Instructions,
which would be equally surprising and
painful to the Department, but which, it is
hoped, is susceptible of explanation, which
will, consequently, be acjeptihle, Sub
joined hereto are extracts lroui Mr. Foster's
dispatches, referring to the points to which
your attention is directed. '
1 am, etc, Hamilton' Fish."
There remain t be explained the subsi
dies lurnUhed Steinbcrer by the Govern
tuent, in the shape of sevc ral thousand dol
lars' worth of muket, cannon, ninnnition
and other plunder.
Patrick Henry bad already received the
name of tbe "Man of tbe 1'eople." He
sprung from what may be called the middle
chus, and his personal appearance was
plain, almost humble. During bis eaily
manhood he was noted for idleness and fail
ure in all tbat he undertook. He failed
twice as a small country merchant, giving
his time to bunting. bNhing and playing tbe
violin, instead of his hutloess: and, as a
lost resort, read law Tor tix weeks, barely
received license to practice and seemed
destined to starve a .ittle more rapidly even
in his new profession than in trade. The
moment was near, however, when bis won
derful powers were to reveal themselves.
The clergy of the colony who were not a
popular class brought suit to recover their
salerics, resting their claims on a royal
order in council, which waa in direct oppo
sition to an act of the Burgesses, and Henry
wpf employed to oppoe them, though the
law was completely la their favor. The re
sult was remarkable. Tbe awkward youth
rose to speak in the midst of derUive smiles
from thi clergy, who were present iu great
numbers. His bead hung down and hit
voice faltered. But soon an astonishing
transformation took place in hl appearance.
Tbe bead rose trcct, the voice grew vibrat
ing, and imperious, and he denounced king,
clergy and Parliament lu terms so violent
and overwhelming that he was interrupted
by cries of "Treason !" and the parsons
left tbe court bouse in bitter Indignation.
Henry's triumph was complete. He had
played upon the chords of the popular
heart with tbe band of a master. The jury
decided in hi favor in open opposition to
all law ; and tha crowd, yielding to passion
ate admiration, caught the young orator
upon their shoulders and bore him, in the
midst of shouti and outcries, around tha
yard of the court bouse.
Henry's public appearance waa in the
debate of the Stamp Act in the House of
Uurgerset. We have seen him on that oc
casion rise In the midst of the crowd of
plauters and break dowo all opposition by
his Immenca eloquence. He bad thus car
ried with him tbe first men of Virginia, as
be had carrfea with him the rustic crowd
when be spoke against the parsons. He
waa thenceforth tbe mouth-piece and
leader of the extreme revolutionist, and
fell own fiery spirit pervaded the whole
fabric of society, moulding public senti
ment and spurring the people to resolute
resistance Uarper'a Magazine for June.
tty R. V. Pierce. M. IK, of the World's DU
penaary, liuualo, i. Y, author of 'The Peo
ple's Common bense Mediuat Adviser," etc.
The liver is the great depurating (puri
fying) organ of the system, and lias wry
appropriately been termed the house
kueuer" of our licultli. 1 have observed
iu the ilissecting-room, and also in (unk
ing post mortem examinations of the
bodies of those who have died of diner
ent diseases, that in a large proportion of
cases, the liver liaa given evfdeuoe of hav
ing at some time been diseased. liver
affections are equally prevalent In beasts.
Every butcher knows tbat the livers oi
cattle, sheep and swine, are ten times 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 oi its duties, it is evident
that the elements of the bile
must remain in tbe blood, thus
irritating, poisoning, and perverting,
every vital process. Nature attempts to
rid thn system of these noxious ma
terials by means of other organs, as the)
kidneys, lungs, skin, etc, which become
overtaxed in performing their additional
labor, are unable to stand thepressure.
The brain, which Is the great electrical
center ot all vitality, becomes oversUrrt
tilated with unhealthy blood, and fails to
normally perform its functions, llenoe
there is dullness, headache, impairment
of the memory, dizziness, gloomy fore
boding, nnd Irritability of temper.
When (he. blood Is diseased, tbe skin
manifests discolored spots, pimples,
blotched, boils, carbuncles, and scrofu
lous tumors. The stomach and bowels,
sooner or later, become eflcclod, and
constipation, piles, dropsy, dyspesla, or
diarrhea, Is the inevitable result.
SYMPTOMS OF LIVER COMPI.AUST.
A sallow color of the skin, or yellow
ish brown spots on the face ana other
parts of the body ; dullness and drowsi
ness, with frequent headache ; dizziness,
bitter or bad taste In the mouth, dryness
ol the throat, and Internal heat ; palpita
tion of the lieart. a dry. teasing cough.
sore throat, unsteady appetite, sour
stomach, raising of tbe food, and a chok
ing sensation in the throat (sickness and
vomiting, distress, heaviness, and a
bloated, or full feeling about the stom
ach and sides; aggravating pains in tbe
sides, back, or breast, and about the
shoulders ; colic pains and soreness
though the bowels ; constipation, alter
nation with dlarrhrea ; piles,' flatulence,
nervousness, coldness of the extreme
ties, rush of blood to the head,
with symptoms of apoplexy ; numbness
of the limbs (especially at night), and
chills, alternating with hot flashes; kid
ney and other urinary dillkulties, dull
ness, low spirits, and gloomy forebod
ings. Only a few of these symptons will
be likely to be present in any cuseat one
. Treatment. Take Dr. Pierce's Gold
en Medical Discovery, with small doses
of his Pleasant Purgative Pellets, w hich
act as an alternative on the liver. For
Iiver Complaint and the various affec
tions caused by a diseased liver, these
remedies are unsurpassed. The Golden
Medical Discovry does notsimplv palliate
the disease, but it produces a lasting cf
leet. By iu use, the liver and stomach
are changed to on active, healthy state,
the appetite is regulated, the blood puri
fied and enriched, and the entire system
renovated and restored to health.
The Discovery is sold by druggists. H.
V. Pierce, M. D., Proprietor, World's
Dispensary, Buffalo, X. Y.
E. F. Knakel's Bitter Win sir Iroa
has never been known to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; Indis
portion to exertion, loss of memory, ttllH
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold lcet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal laseitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hot bauds, flashing of the bojy, dry
ness of the skin, pallia countenar.ee and
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ot tbe eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before tbe eyes
with temporary suttWion and loss of sight,
want ol attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use L. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only . F. Kunkel's.
Beware of counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wiue of Iron is
so well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
io paiin ii uu n uieir rusioiuers, neu luey
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's Bitter Wiue of Iron is nut un
only in it bottles, ami has a yellow wrapper
nn-eiy pui on tnc outside with tbe pro
prietor's photograph on tbejwrapjr ol
each bottle. Always look for the photo
graph on ibe ouUide, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for 5. Sold by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy Pin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, tbe only successful physician
who removes Tape "Worm in two hours,
alive, with bead, and no fee until removed.
Common sense teaches that if Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed, hend lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, No. 2.V) North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm Svrup.
Price, 1.00. ltnever fails.
Lyon's Kathairok makes beautiful
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents iu fail
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rivaL 3-10-dAwly
II aoax's Magnolia Balm preserves and
restores the complexion ; removes freck
les, tan and sallowness ; makes the skin
oft, w hite and delicate. I u application
annot be detected. 3-10-d&wly.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
WINES OF AIX KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MES8R. S1IYTU CO. have eoruUoUv
a large stock ot tha best goo1 u iua.
Set, and give especial atteiioa Io me wbolaaale
raucta of the busineaa.
THE BEST AND PURB8T
CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY.
ASK YOUR GIOCER OR ORUOQItT FOR IT
WM. OLEUM A SONS, CINCINNATI.
J. W. MITI1IELI., M. . B. B. BKICHAM, M. Q
Dm. MITCHELL fc J3RIQHA1X,
(Especial attention give to Surgery aad
b. treat meat ( C'areaic piaeasea, - 6-tu-laa.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
?"To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO CITT COAL COXTAITT.
r-HllliUy Ttro.'s offlce, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
tJHairiday Bra 's wharf boat.
CyAt Egyptian Hills, or
Et"At th Coal iHunp, foot of Tauty-Klgh
O-Post Offlce Drawer, .vm.
J OllTV 1 LAKH BtiOKE lilt ITIIL1C
DR. C. MSLANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MMIE countenance is jwle and
L leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed sot on
one or both cheeks; the eyes become
dull; the pupilsdilatc; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the no.-.e is irritated, swc-lls.and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the uk't
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; apjtctite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone; fleeting jains
in the stomach; occasional nausea
a:ul vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy; not
tinfrejiently tinged with blood;
b.-l!y swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
u.iea .y and disturbed - sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, Sec.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. M?LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MTRCCRY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration, not capable of doing the slight
est injury to the most tender inant.
The genuine Dr. M?Lanes Yeh
mifcge bears the signatures of C.
Lane and Fleming Eros, on the
DR. C. M?LANE'S '
These PilU aro uot reeoromeudctl
as a remedy for "all the ilia that
flesh m heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, nnd iu nil Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia and Hick Head
ache, or diseases of that character,
they btand without a rival.
AGUE AND F EVE 11.
No butter cathartio can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
nine. As n simple purgative tbey are
BEWARE OP lMITATS
The genuine are never 6Ugnr
Each box has a red wax seal oa
the lid, with the impression Dr.
31? Lank' Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears thesignaturea
of (A M?L.NEand Fleminu Uko.
Sold by all respectable druggists
and country fitoreliwrwrs c'lifrally.
JOHN H. UXTLKSr,
Attorney at Law.
OrriCK t At reaideae on Ninth 8hwt, l
tweenWihiiiUin avenue ami Walnut hi
CAIBO CITT BINDERY,
T. O. XXuelts,
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
BulUUn Bulldlna-, Cor. Twslftt Strv.t
and WMhlaaTton Av.nua,
' KCounty aad Railroad Work Specialty
St.U parrer, poatags prepaid, to aar aMrrM
BEST AND CHEAPEST
Psptf pablislMd la SoaUera IUitoU.
la all Their !nmmM
Oommonclna: May lat. 176.
Rich Black Silks
The Mont Celebrated Lyons Loom,
At 1 as Rerinred from 91 W.
At SI SO Kriluol imin S 7,
At 1 7.1 Reduced from an.
At Kwlml from '2 GO,
Pha Cotei &nd Fise; Silks
At Oc Re.luce.1 from $1 12,
At SI OO Krduord Iron Ml 8.V
At HI 2 Reduced from SI 5,
At SI ftO Keduced from SI HQ.
mm wmi m suss eooss
In Camel' Hair. Cheviots, anl lanuuHv, He-
diK-eil ft T"i, 0, (W rents $1, from si
l Ml, II ;;, ,n,l '
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Faahiunahle Fahrics and Colors, ol
lereilat 12 Reduced from !;
Mo Iteduoed from St.tr;
"Jc lieituoecl from SOr:
2.V Kediiomi rrom 87-t
Sc, Former price Oc to 5c.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At fsi, a 1 1! ,i nr., Forniarly S..M at t.w,
B!i;i' a:l Scarlet Stella, Sbwli
-l$f., V, and $00-
Iteiluml from f "ill, f,n nnd '.,
mi, OTTOmiSSEIUDfi SSAWLS
At il i' to Si Kwtn.nl irom $3 0
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latut Paria Styles from $10 Towards, em
bracing the riioicrat noreltieM t
Ladies' and Chiidrens Underwear
An lmmeiiK Stock of Ml Beautifttl and
All at Very (ireat Ueilurtion.
Ladies', Children's and Gentlemen's
Tne Bt KnglUh, Freneh and Or man GnwU,
Are thorouchlv atorked with il. l..t
Uoo4h, at tbe lowest package prices. Beau-
iiiui Ain.rican pnnia at 00. ana tic. per
vara; standard bleaebed goods at 10c;
l-onsd.le shirtings at 10c; sw York
Millx, lito.; and 5-4 sheetings At 121c
tasls m mi mm
la ull the Various Grades, at;Bargalns.
(Which we keep at the Oraml Street stor
only), wear odering JCnglisti andArueri
can tapestries at f 1, former price II 16;
body Brussels at 1 DO, former price ft 80:
ail-wool lugrain at "0o., former price. UOe.;
three ply ingrains at f 1 6, lorwer priee,
II BO; oil-cloths at Xtv. to 70e.; former
priees, ftfto. to 87c.
Kniili.t. of goods, and catalogues of la
dles' and ailMew' suits and muslin under
wear, aad lnfanu' outtf is, atwt tree of charge
to all section of the L'ntted States.
Utiles lor self-measurement sent oa appll
cat'on to all paru of the eouatrr.
Drders for goods of all kinds will b care
fully atundad to, aad Uus goods packed
aad forwarded without chyge, jajut-wte
Broadway and Twentlst Strcat
aCrasi asd Christ Cta., H. Y.
mil WEB TO SOTTR fmS
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
ftoom and Board. 3d Floor $3.00 PerOar
Spoolal Ratoa hj Wook ot Moatk.
A llmlte.1 numher of rery desirable r.milv
ronniB can be xentired at nmxonslile rates forth
lhe Mt. harlw. Is the larret and bent anpolnt
ed House in Hontbera Illinois, and Is the leading
hotel In Cairo. Motwlliiatamlinc the "Bed
KfH-k" reduction In price, the table will, a.
usual, l lilwrally supplied .with the very best
of eterythln: that ran lie found in market.
Hne larre m pie rooms for commercial trav
eler, on ground floor, free of charge.
Ct A I I tjartrase of frtivats con vey ed to and from
the hotel without charts.
WHOLES AXJs AKD MKT All..
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clese.
Uorser 10th St. and Oommerelal Av
C. O. PATTER & CO.
The Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. OA2XI1LX:.
rHX BUT aad CHXAFXIT Wl0aT HUT
SCAD UP ACTOR Y, OHIO LEVES
Near Thirth-Tourth BtrMt
SIXTi: STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Btanufacturea his own Horao Shoes and
can Aaau.ro Oood Work.
a PATRONAGE SOLICITED
THE ONLY DIUECT BOUTE TO
Fy tlii Line Pnaaenajrersj are Landed at
Centennial tiround., or at Broad and Pine
Mrecu, iu vicinity ot the leading hotels in
filllitdtfllihi. thv nn.bwA Hnlilin. Af
C AN STOP OFF AT THE
And vi.it the fiovernment Buildlnirs.and the
uany objects of intercut, in and about Washing
ton City. Travelers deaii ing
A Speadja Pl!.::;t, Coafsrhsli Trip,
Should remember that the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
I. Celebrated for ita
Zler&nt Coaohes.Splendid Hotels. Oraad
smd Beautiful KountaUi aund Valley
Soenerr, and tha many Mints ot
HUtorio Iatereet Alan
ftie fill ALWATS W u LOW
in lj iij Other
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
frificipi! wsstsra nl Mm Cities-
FOB THJtOUun TICKETS. BAUUGAGB
Checks, Moveiueut ol Trains, Mccpinirlar
AocoouuoUtion., Ac, An., .j'l'ly at Ticket
Offioe. at all I'riucipal Points,
NORTH, SOUTH. EAST OB WIST.
E. K. IOll8ET,
Asa'tCieu'l Ticket Ai.
nios. P. BAKUV,
Weatera IhuMuge r.Vt.
L. M. COLE,
Ueu'l Ticket A1.
TIIOS. B. 6UABP,
klMler ot fia ap
Dealer in Fresh Heats
Botwaas WaaalasT aad
Avaaa , adjosaiasj
El. V sal ,Mkb, !iIse(A Ta 'ts
Mad k asrrt
ia aa assaaaiMs ssariaov