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Hrmtow will jro to
Enrol to xn1
T MrliCtn county
iolLlfor iavll lavl.
Tatt nnfUr arc doing their lvl Ns
with Hayes' and W hitler's iiamr.
HatkV private- fortune is in the neigh
borhood of Mven hundred atul lift J" 1''"
T Oreeiihark Itemiblicana ol ludi
aua arc bitter ajralnsl Hayes, and dwlare
an Intention to bolt the ticket.
tlov. BavKRiDOK In Washington, hut
hr did not make hi siwh at the llepub-li.-an
ratification there on Monday nlghr.
The army appropriation bill, reduced
ten millions of dollar from the original
fstimate, passed the house on Monday.
tits. Bm i kr hat been repudiated time
and again by such Republican newspa
pers 'as the Chicago Tribuw, but he is
now hand-in-glove with the honest Re
publicans who expect to elect Have.
Tbk Chicago Evening jturnnl of Mon
day was one of the largest newspapers
f tor printed in this or any other conntry.
ft consisted of eighty-eight pages of read
ing matter, eighty-four of them being
devoted to the publication ol the delin
quent tax list of Cook county.
The anti-Sunday-law Germans wanted
the national Republican platform to cob
tain a plank endorsing their anti-Sunday
law ideas. One of Hayes' chief rec
ommendations is that he is a church
member, always goes to rhurth and lires
strictly up to the fourth commandment.
What will the Germans do about it?
three ladies, who are harellng on the
Continent. There I another gentleman
with the parly, who woidd I-, called nn
at-eomplished coquette II he w-re a lady.
A very short sketch of the condition
, Spain in the fifteenth century, puts in
in a position to underhand al.leron's
Moorl'h plays, two ol which, l.ove after
latli, and The l.ove of Gomez Arias,
are described ami quoted.
ijtu.V-Tlie f.ady Candidate, is ended.
She loes the election, but wiu what she
has set her heart upon.
iH vlous Rambles with a I eniiiie i in
ject. The discussion ol what the "ovnii-
ite object" may possibly lie is so iengui ,
that we rejoice when the rambler gets
fairlv started. Having reached the Neth
erlands, his description increase in Interest.
Winter in a '.Northumbrian Watering
ri.iee. describes the ex perienee of an in
valid who was ordered to NorthiintiH-r-land
In midwinter. It was pleasing to
be told by the landlady w hen lodging
were engaged, that "gentlelolka brought
their own rooks, and all she placed at
their disposal was her kitchen," and to
find that seivants, plate, table linen, and
many other things had to be upplicd by
the lodger. The village of Rcdlmrn
mouth was chosen tor headquarters,
ami the-writer describes several exenr
ions made to pla-es of intere-t in the
Quite a long article is devoted to a
criticism of the Royal Academy Kxhibl
tion, and special mention is made of a
number ol pictures by Millai. Iighton,
Alma Tadema, and other well known
Iu conclusion, there is a political article,
4 Iler Majesty's Opposition," in which
the Queen's new title and the Winslow
case come in lor a notice.
The periodical? reprinted by Thk
Lkoxabd Scott Pi-bushing Co. (H
Barclay street, N. Y.) are as follows
The London quarterly, Edinburgh. Wtut
tninttrr, and BrilUh Q-tartrrly Rtricvi.
and Ttlaelwood't Maoazinf. PriCC, 4 a
year for any one, or only $13 lor all. and
the postage is prepaid by the publishers.
Mrs. A. T. Stewart has made some
munificent donations to various New
York charities, the sums ranging from
five hundred to two thousand, five hun
dred dollars each, and amounting in all
to seventy-four thousand, five hundred
dollars. Judge Hilton has stated, on the
authority of Mrs. Stewart, that the
numerous other charitable societies of
the city, If proven on examination to be
deserving, will receive speedy attention
President Grant has aunouueed the.
programme of the administration for the
campaign iu the Southern States. A
special Washington dispatch of the 19th
said that on that day Gov. Kellogg, Mar
shal Packard and Ex-Gov. Hahn, fresh
Irom Cincinnati, had called on the presi
dent to talk over the political situation in
Louisiana. Grant expressed, in an em
phatic manner, his disgust at Warinoth's
return to the Republican party, and said
it was the only thing ho regretted. As
to law and order In Louisiana, he said
It might as well be proclaimed now that
in the ,Southerrstatcs, during the caia
algn, there should be protection for every
citizen, and If the army w as not large
enough he did no doubt the loyal States
would furnish him a quota of volunteers
for that purpose. The tenor ot his re
marks convinced his visitors and will
convince the public that it is Gen.
Gnat's purpose to have a Republican
A DISArPOISTO rikir
The Republican ratification meetings
are notable for their lack of enlhusi&rn.
The respectability of the national ticket
has had a dampening e fleet otf the party
Blaine, with hi railroad stock jobbing
record, would have been twi as accept
able to the party of great moral ideas as
Hayes, who has not a spot on his record,
a blemish on ''his scutcheon." The
trouble with Hayes is that he
la too good. The biggest part
f the Republican party do not feel at
home with him. The whisky thieves,
the ring robbers of all kinds, the railroad
jobbers and speculators would have been
hall fellows well met with Blaine. They
would have understood their leader and
their leader would have understood them.
At the ratification meetings they would
have howled with enthusiasm and the
canvass would liave been a repetition of
tli ratification mectliurs all through.
But the nomination of Hayes has shorn
the campaign of all these anticipated
stirring attributes. Even the Curtises.the
Schurzes.and the Bryants in the Republi
can part merely acquiesce in the nomina
tion of the truly good Hayes ; they do not
greet It with any of the heartiness that
would have been spontaneous if Mr.
Bristow, the man of their choice, bad
also been the choice ot the Republican
convention. The truth is, Hayes is a fa
vorite son nowhere except In Ohio and
the manutacture ot enthusiasm over his
noinlnaUou is hard work In the par
ty every where. The bonfires blaze with
a suhdued light, where they blaze at all.
ana the speeches are of the tamest sort,
uayea ana v heeler has not fired the
Republican heart as Blaine and Blank
would have done.
MLACK WOOD'S MAOAZISSE.
Blacktcwd for June, republished by
the Leonard Scott Publishing company,
41 Barclay street, X. Y.', contains as fol
lows: A Woman-Hater part 1.
Calderon'a MoorUb Plays.
15 : The Lady Candidate, conclusion.
Devious Rambles with a Infinite Ob
ject. Winter in a Noothumbtian Watering
PlAoe. 11m Royal Academy.
Her ilajesty's Opposition.
AaoUter volume Is now completed, and
this, the dosing number, gives promise
ii a a.
w a goou uuug yei io come, it open
with a aerial called Tlte Woman-Hater.
in penou to wuom via epuuet u ap
plied la Introduced to us a the escort o
(From our regular correspondent.)
Philadei i'UIa, June ICth, 7C
Every day adds some new attractions
to the exhibition. Now it is the Turkish
cate, where coffee of immense strength
is served in little cups about the size ot
half an egg shell for fifteen cents, and
where the visitor may wrestle with a
Turkish chllbank or nargelia, all served
by real Turks. Your correspondent felt
it his duty in the interest of science to
di ink the coffee and smoke the nargelia.
The latter he found a difficult task, but
he was encouraged by the interest of the
spectators who seemed to think his ex
periment a part ot the performance. I
now know why three or four Turks sit
around one urn-like apparatus each with
a hose attached, as we see them
in the pictures. The machine is
mom than a one-man power, with the
most persistent putliing could produce
but little smoke.
The Turks are still much behind in the
arrangement of their exhibit in the main
building. Their exhibition is to be by
that of their chronic enemy, the Rus
sians, w ho, though they commenced the
arrangement ol their display long alter
the Turks, liave it now much nearer com
pletion. The Russians will make a
showing I think In few. if any tespects
inferior to those ol the older civilizations,
and it w ill Ik; to a certain extent origi
nal in it artistic and ornate features
The small equestrian bronze of Peter
the Great are displayed in several places,
but there is so far but little display of
classic art, and an apparent substitution
or modern ami natural subjects, such as
the Tarter flying his falcon, a very
spirited piece in bronze, a mounted Cas-
sack, sleighing scenes, and ferociotn ani
The distinguishing feature ol the Rus
sian exhibition, so far, is the furniture and
ornament In green malachite. Larpe
tables are made of this beautiful stone;
also clocks, paiier weight, etc. 'lhe
most ueauiuui grate ana mantel on ex
hibition is in this collection
it is luccti with highly jk
lished malachite, and ornamented
with el usters of purple grapes. Tlte
Russians w ill also have a fine display ot
furs, leather and leather goods, aud, In
the machinery hall, their exhibition of
mechanical devices, as well as arms and
munition ol war, will U llule, l( any
Inferior to that of Germany.
The Krupp gun, 1m the German depart
mem, U an exhibition ol itself. Think of
this pacificator welirhinif Hcventv-tlve
tons, breech-loading and made of solid
steel, sending a conical ball of l.'JOOlbs.
through a bull's eye about the size of a
barn door, at a dUtanec of six utiles, aud
sure of a target something less tlian a ten
acre field, or a continent at nine miles.
There are three things lu the machinery
hall that inspire me with awe
one is this cannon, the other Is the Cor
list engine, and the third is the pretty
girl who advertises pertumery by squirt
lugcologn at me every time I pass her
domain. There Is another young lady
whom I w ill pause to immortalize. She
t . i. . . . . .
uas euarge oi me sale uepartmcnl of a
little candy manufactory. She held some
toward me lu a little tin coop and said
oti t you try some ol my candy ; it's
mighty nice." I had just been to the
French restaurant and had no mouey to
spend, so 1 shook my head with the air
of a man who had known better davs
eiirn travel. However much we may ex
orl seml-oivllize.1 1 km .pies in art. Industry,
education In all that we call by the fre
quently misleading word "progress"
1 have been convinced that w e do not ex
cel them In avarice, or in the high art of
driving a good bargain. They have bur
lesqued the slander by the production ot
real wooden horn and nutmegs lu lhe
onnecticut State building. But i am
persuaded that every nation has its
Yankees, and that ours have more con
science and decency than most of them.
l he Japanese, Frenchmen, Tnrk, Scan
dinavians, any ol them, I believe, 'will
kin a flint" quicker than our much
abused Yankee. And it seem reasona
ble that Ibis should be so ; life with them
has Iteen a more unattainable goal than
with us. Their wits have Iteen made
amitc by sharper experiences and their
live narrowed by pettier details than
have ours. Wits fhein the horn of
plenty Is only a symbol, with u it is a
reality. The proverbial munificent
wastefulness ol' Americans has attracted
many etty foreign merchant to the Exposition.
There are the Turkish, Japanese, yr-
an, Tunisians and Moorish bazar lu
all these the native dress Is worn, and
native goods are sold at price which are
incomparable to any tlung but the charges
of a Philadelphia inn keeper; when you
protest they are ever ready with the ar
gument that they have been compelled to
pay very high du;y, ami there is some
thing in it.
In the little Syrian bazar they sell olive
wood ornamentally carved. In boxes and
paper knives covered with Arabic In
scriptions. These they persuade you are
from Jerusalem. The merchants tell
you of articles made from the true cross,
and look serious and commence arrang
ing their wares when you tell them there
has already been enough of that sold to
duplicate the main Centennial building
The Tunisians have an octagonal build
ing.! n which they attempted to establish
a show, charging an admission fee of
twenty-five cents which was to pay for a
cup of coflec and entitled the visitor to
hear the music and see the dancing houri.
but the Centennial commission forbade
the exaction of the admission fee, and
this house may now be entered without
payment at the door. The performers
are three men, a woman.aud a little girl
all in Turkish costume and sitting in na
tive fashion utou a staze at the lar end
I of the room. The men play upon the
violin, tamborine. and the guitar,
the latter instrument beiug picked with
a quill. The little girl and w oman per
form on a peculiar drum, with a low mo
notonous chant. Attcr this has been
kept up lor a while the woman begins to
move backward and forward waving
two bright handkerchiefs. I he woman
has grace and a fine figure, but the danc
ing cannot be. compared w un our oauei.
w ith the dignity and w H-restect of this
government for the surrender ol crimin
als, nor entertain any requisition of that
character from that government under
the treaty, it will lie a cause of deep re
gret It a treaty, which ha been thus ben
eficial in it practical o oration, which
has worked so well nm! so efficiently,
and w hich, hot withstanding the exciting
and at time violent political disturbance
of which ImiIIi countries have been the
scene during its existence, has given rise
to no cotiit) luint nn I hp icirt rtf sillier
auMi linn in i:a,i.Fii. j"u i ; I ... - -------
or any further 'testimony or affl- government ngaui-t either its spirit or if
from iiie to prove the tacts a provisions, should Ik? abruptly tennin-
Hieti. n na lemienui io mo protection
of society and to the general interest of
holli countries, it ahrogatioii and an
nulment would be a retrogade step In lhe
1 have been anxious nnd have made ef
fort to enlarge its scope nnd to make the
next treaty one which would bo a still
more efficient agent for the punishment
and prevention of crime. At the same
time I have felt it mv duty to decline to
entertain a nrnnnaitinn in.ulo hv iront
TXT A QTTT"pJiTlf"l"rJ Britain, pending it refusal to execute
VV JCX aJXIXXl V X the existing treatv. to amend it bv prac
tically conceding by treaty the identical
conditions which that ffoverumcnt de
mands under its act of parliament. In
addition to the impossibility of insisting
upon entering upon negotiation under
the menace ot an intended violation or a
refusal to execute the terms of an ex 1st-
treaty, I deemed it Inadvisable to treat of
only the one amendment proiiosed hv
G rent Britain. While the t'uited State
desires an enlargement of the
list of crime for which extradition
may lie akcd. ami other improve
ments winch experience has shown
might lie embodied in a new treatv. it Is
for the wisdom of longres to determine
whether the article of the treaty relating
to extradition is to oe any longer re
garded a? obligatory on the government
ol the United States, or of forming part
ot tno supreme law or the land.
Should the attitude of the British gov
ernment remain unchanged I shall not.
without ai expression of the
wish of congress that I should do so.
take any action, either In making or
granting requisitions for the surren
der ot fugitive criminal under the
treaty of 142. Respectfully submitted.
I . . ORANTi
The message having been read in the
house was referred to the committee on
way lionds directly or otherwise. I have
three foreign railway contract iqioii my
hand, w hich make it impossible lor me to
leave without great pecuniary loss or
would gladly, voluntarily come and so
testify. Can make affidavit to thl effect
and mall If desired." I am sorry that
1 am not able to go personally hclore
the committee ami give my testi
mony, hut I preumo that Col.
Scott's evidence will lie sufficient to
prove that, vou had nothing to do with
the Iran 'action in question. If you
w ish t
lavit from me to prove
called to the committee. I shall be glad
to forward it under onth. 'lhe charge
are so void of foundation that I have no
fear of their doing you any permanent
injury, nnd 1 hope that your persecutors
will be able to show as clear a record as
your in connection with the Little Rock
aud Fort Smith railway.
Signed. Josuir Cai.pwki.i..
Democracy, the Senate and Ap
(U MID W,W
l i i ii i
Fresh, Pure and Natural, as furnished by Old Mother Karth " FOR
TUB HEALING) OF THE NATIONS." Obtained Direct
from their Sources und Kept on Ice by
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION
Senator Lot Morrill
Secretary of the
Resignation of Treasurer New
and Solicitor Wilson.
VIOLATION OF THE EXTRADI
FROM THE PRES.' DENT.
BETQESBA UML OTffi
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Claim to be a ticrlfic in all rae of IHttbete. Inclination of the KihieT, fnflaiudlon
Ult-r, liropny. Utility
Hietory of the
IT WAS DICTATED IK THIS COUITRY AID
CAME BACK ACCOSDIXO TO ORDER.
Vahini;ton, June 10. The following
dUbatches were produced to-day before
the Cotnuiittee on Judiciary, by air.
Hicks, cable ck rk ot the New Vork West
ern Union Tel-grajh office. The tlr&C
diiut h H from A. 1". ivObinson, turuu-r
chief engineer of tbe Fort Sioltti and Lit
tle 1 tock railroad, and lb at follow :
Waohi.vuto.n-. May a!.
To Joniah Caldwell, 115 Caution ktrcct.
I .on Jon, K. C, hngiand :
See Scott'i testimony as i-aix-r iub-
luli. Ttleerai-h S-ott. Philadelphia, a
strou a you truthfully can tbe strong
est endor-euient of bis statement.
A. 1. liOM.VHON.
June 1. Iv7;.
Joiah Caldwi ll.'i uhbridi'e Wells. Kritr-
lkm't iM-riuit newsrmper uien and
other j to interview you.
June 1. 1S70.
Josiah Caldwell. Tuubride Well, Lon
If faloe authorize tut: to deny you paid
St. James hotel, care Mr. lenckla
The above dispatch brought out Cald
well reply to bickles. lelr-gram o
was received at tbe Western L niou build
ing, Broadway and ley street.
May 31, 170.
Joniiih Caldwell, Cannon street, Loudon
i hanks tor your cable dispatch con-
tinning my statements. Scott
()n the Jut Ute following was received
at the Western I moo. building:
Favo, London :
Dispatch received. Cable this inline-
0 lately to the chairman of I lit hmise
Judiciary Committee, Washington.
Have just read Scott s evidence about
our bond transaction iu tbe New Vork
newspapers and fully corroborate it. 1
never gave lilaine any Little Kock bonds.
directly or otherwise. Am now tmihj
ing three Luropean railroads and cannot
leave with great pecuniary loss, or would
gladly, voluntarily come home and tes
tily, i an make amuavit to that enect
and mail it if desired. (Not signed
I he t'litiauciphla telegram. No. u. was
received at the Western I niou building,
ji ay j i, is. u.
Favo, London :
Cahle nobody excepting! Scott.
The testimony of Hicks was maiuly in
explanation of operator's marks on the
above uupatcnes, nrouucea by mm. The
only Important point lu it was the word
r avo" was tno registered address ot
Josiah Caldwell In London. He knew
It from tbe fact that tbe office was so no
tified by an office dUpatcti from the
other side. He could not give the date of
that noiincauou, but tie thought it was
somewbre about the 24th ot May fast.
CALDWELL WUITKS TO BLAINK.
Mr. lilaine received by this morning's
mail a letter from Josiah Caldwell, of
wuicu me louowing is a true copy, it
authenticates the ehlileirrrmi rec-lv.! Iiv
41. wl ...1 .1 It... - ...It.! rfl 1 . . -
u iuiu vri mat. t tutu no mueooys ana i Juun-iarr -uouiiuuu-e :
girls, fche, however. lusUtedln an irre. L .N'0 U5 Cak.vos St., K. C. June 18,
aistibltt wv. iiUllin(.i i..i.nriu.u.ii.... W0.-1IOS. J. l. Ulalnk Dear Sir
ti , T . 7. "---. 1 read In the New Vork papers of the
She said, referring to tbe taste, "Ain't It 15th Inst., Col. Tom Scott's evidence be
beautiful !" I told her 1 thought It was tore the congressional commlltee.and I at
very good. I once cabled him as follow s :
i a sua. a. itwii. s iiiuvM'ipuia : lour
Tbe Krupp gun baa been sold to the I statement Lefote the Congressional com-
Turkish government for $10.000. 1 houe dtte on the 15th In relation to the Fort
our amicable relations with that govern
ment CmJ long continue.
The foreigu bazaars, although they are
already more or leas Americanized, are
among the most Interesting featurert of
the exposition, aud suggest many things
that we bave read about iu books of tor-
niuun itauway uonus wuicn you pur-
cuaseu oi lue is penocuy correct. I can
more fully substantiate it it necessary.
I have also cabled the chairman of the
Judiciary commute as follows :
"I have lust read in New Vork papers
.vi. ci kicuui buvui uiir IMIUU
transactions and can fully corroborate it
I never gave Blalue any Fort Smith rail-
WasnixoTox, June 20. Mr. Morrison
will introduce a Joint resolution to-morrow
extending appropriations for the
present fiscal year to December 15, with
the understanding that, as the election
of a president by the Democrats means
retrenchment, as is claimed, the senate
shall then agree to tbe bills, but that lu
the event of the election ot a Republican
president the bouse ihall accede to the
senate amendments. It tbe Democrats
are successful tbe appropriation bills are
to iiiLe eflcct July first, all salaries and
money used after that time beiug in ad
Tatice, as it were. This will put the
auetion? souarelv before tbe people if
the senate passes tbe resolution, which is
doubtful. It they do refuse, the people
will then see that there is no sincerity in
their opposition to tbe bills.
COMMISSlOXElt OK THE LAND OFITCK
(James A. Williamson, from near Dcs
Moines, was appointed comifesioiitr ot
tbe land department to-day. lhe ap
pointment was characteristic of Graut,
and a surprise to all interested in the
matter. It is denied that attcr the nomi
nation had been sent in. Grant cave a
delegation ol Havens' friends to under
stand their friend would receive the ap
oointment. Williamson is said to be a
sorehead Republican and the Iowa dele
nation is indignant at the selection. He
is an old friend of Grant, and came, ask
ed and received. Havens was kept otf
before the convention because Grant
wanted to see what be (Havens) would
do at Cincinnati. Havens worked
for lilaine from first to last. He
came back here, and as late as
thU morning llule of Maine said
.'Landler said that Havens name would
be sent in. That Grant dislikes lilaine
and any one who aid that jobber, has
been apparent lr ume time. He is ex
ceedingly gratified over his losing tbe
nomination. To-day, iu conversation
with a member of congress, he was talk
ing alout the ticket, when he suddenly
umped up from bis scat aud said, In
high glee, "Well, we beat Blaino any
way." This got s to show how Havens
bad dinereut btate delegations endorsing
ilui, and missed the place because he was
for Blaine, while a man unknown and
unrecommeuded is given tbe position for
tlie asking. A Baltimore editor can
vassed the Democratic side ot the house
to-day and found Feven out of ten for
A .VfcW SIOVK.
Senator Lot Morrill has been offered
the secretaryship ol war. iraut's obiect
is to help hirn lu ins race for senator next
winter, and in that way kill lilaine. 11
Morrill accepts the secretaryship, lilaine
will probably be tendered the senator-
ship for the unexpired tsrui of Gov.
THE AI'I'KOI IllAlIOX BU I
The Indian appropropriation bill.
which Is now belore the senate, came
from tbe appropriation commutes of
that body in the same mangled shape as
the former appropriation bins, in tne
first ulace the section transferring the
management of Indian affairs to the war
department is stricken out. the addi
Uonal appropriation ot xzio,;hju is
cordlogiy made ior the pay
etc I he appropriation tor
1'oucas Is increased from
$1,234,800. The committee
proviso that no portion of the appropria
tion shall be used for the beiieht 01 the
sioux engaged la hostilities, sue ap
propriation made for lueideutid expenses
by the house, of $112,000, 1 increased to
BESKi.NATlO.V OV TKEASL'KKR NEW
Wasiu.vuto.v. Juno 20th. Treasurer
New has written a letter of resignation
to take etl'ect from the )4th ot July, and
will hand it to the president, to-day.
I lie jury in the case of mas. U. risher.
ex-assistant district attorney, indicted
for larceny ot court papers, failed to
agree and nave been discharged. They
stood seven lorcouvlction and five for ac
KKShi.N ATlO.V Or SOLICIT OK WILSON.
Blutord Wilson, solicitor of the treas
ury department, sent iu his resignation
to-day to take effect July 1.
fcXTBAOITIOX WITH GKfcAT BRITAIN.
The president to-day sent a message to
the senate and house of representatives
respecting the extradition treaty with
Great Britain. Alter stating at length
the provisions of tbe treaty aud criticis
ing the action taketi by the British gov
ernment in the W inflow aud Brent cases,
the president says :
It is with extreme regret that I am
now called upon to announce to you
that ber majesty's government has'. Anal
ly released both of these fugitives,
Winslow and Brent, and set them at lib
erty, thus omitting to comply with the
provlslou aud requirements of tbe treaty
under which the extradition ot fugitive
criminals is made between the two gov
ernments. The position thus taken by
the British government, if adhered to,
canuot be but regarded as an annulment
ot one article of the treat you ex
tradition. Under tese circumstances
it will uot, iu my judgment, comport
(Or if placed ia a lias, over)
16 MILES OF
of the NerW ol the Bladder and L'rcttes, luflommion of the rllmUl
.MelliDK. sloppnce f I nnr, Alhtinicnurla, Kopy or . loiuty t rine, Uric ltit l-
iifv.it; I hick. Morbid. Ulllou and Hark Appealing I ruie, with Hone lul l pimll;
HiiriiiiiK iSenoation with harn rains when voiding Trine ; lit murrain of tbe Kidneta.
l'alu in the Kidneys and Lioo, Torpid Liver, Indigestion, Csleulii, and Kruiato
There i no remedial airent know n to man Ibet ran cure the foreiroiiig devs-ei as
effectually a Uetheda Water. Tliis fart bao been deraonnttated wherever the water
hSH been uied according to direetions; which can he bad as the General Agent' by s-
lication to them, 'i'he water Is sweet and pleasant to tbe tarte, Itcan be drank at all
lours. Why should any one suffer wliMe tins water is o easily J)litiued ?
t iT DH. IIAWLEY 11 K A Tit, of ) liroadwav. New York, gives the fjllowli.ir li-t
of recent cures within his practice :
Continuation of cures by BK NIKMiA M'KINU WATKIt, after tbe pttients have been
pronounced ix-yomi renei iuoiikd tney are not a tithe or those uaiiy receivet :
.sACC'llAKINt; IiIABKTES licv. 'I liolns. Penrose. Sea Clitfand Hrooklvn : Morris
llrown, I'enn Van; Major Burt, Mr. Ilatber, Mrs. liuion, Kinderhobk ; Mr. gaumlen,
UUKiUT'S IIKASRJ. 8. Gould, Hudson: Mm. Jude Van Colt, Caleb Morgan,
Mr. Barnes, Mount Vernon ; W. V. .Hecwr, hint? Mn s Mrs Alderman. Mr. llsll, Mrs.
Wilcox, New York ; lr. ti. W, lieal, Mr. lU-miir. Mr, llerox, Mr. James, Broollvn.
I LCtBATION UK THK BLADDKU-E. t'ollax, Buff.lo; T. .1. Cox. New York.
What Minreoii-Generai Wolcolt and other broinincnt Medical Men nay about the
Mii.VACKr.K.;lininry 1, .?.
I am gratiticd to flud that the opinion iriven by me, over two years ago, on the-
medicinal properties of the Belbesda Wsrer, ban been fully utaiiied aud confirmed by
its use. iu a vat number and variety of case. Involving the urinary orirans. In many
nay in most of such casee, I do not h fx lute to say that it i )? superior to any
other remedy known to the nroiession. K. B. Wul I ITT. M. I.
e ruiiv concur in tne above: O. r. wo:eott, i.i; J. r. lisrnir, ji. 1'., Diabtu;
II. Xclowskl, M. 1 ; J. M. Allen, M. U.
Illue tick Wa,er, ia lit ihrraneulic atoecu, if dnrnbed u T'otiii:, Diurcti.', Altcralirc iul Aprrirnt,
pnrifyiii and enriching the blood, and ttlinulMUix every afciciiog organ ol the ecooomy.
Dr. Hubert I'eier, thedilinguihel anaiyl,luv
I Saline and tulphur watei are quite frequent, cotupaniiively, in rjr blue lirncatnne Hrat&; btit amontrt
all the Spring, of ll"t nature, knuwnat present , on this firBu.iijn. in Kentucky. None arc u valuable :nx
remarkable, in many respects, a thoe of the lower lilue Lick .
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
EVKBY STOVE IS
Wherever fsul or Sold
is taklsly Wikl a M! B
tti u sr.w si.es
Noa. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Marvelous ( oiiiliiimtion of
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
Aud all tit Kineutial I'mnln llmt iro to Mk- uii
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
tver WUeretl Iw I lie fiil.llr.
Made Only by Ihr
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
So.. 1.1 J. (At, U; and ;U N. Main ki ,
M. I.oulo, Ma.
SO Mi 11 V
O. W. HENDERSON,
The water of the Excelsior Siirinj; is invaluable, removing and preventing, ' y
aperient and alterative edect, tbe iucipivnt forms of diicaie.
U is ntgiiiy recamuienaiHi oy trie mom eiuineiu iiyfieiaii. ani i nsu wim sreai
tUecess in the treatment of lpetiMa, Constipation of the Bowelo, Atlectlutis ol the
ver and KidDeys, Kevers, Scrolula, Cutaneous Hiseares, KU;. It U a'o an excelleiit
medy lor tL j I'leadaehe. ami a pleasant and healthful beverage.
Mineral water frequently pretenl nieillciaal virtue,, in iheir ue, hich taniurt itr irr.xmtrj f.t iha
pr l-tlir, ol the lureihentt which are ihown by analytit.
All of th above Water for sale on drauttht In Bottl, by thoOalloa la
Jug-s or Kega. or by the Barrel by
BAROLAT BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & CO.
Wholesale and Ketail
NOS. 266 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO
WE ARK HPK.l Ul. AliKNIS Knit
AMI If.WK A n'f.L STOCK Or'
otilaiiie.1 in I lie foiled
state, CatiaiU, and Kil-
rojxi lermi aa low as
I hone of any other relut-
oie nouae. correniHin
dene invlwl iu the tiiK-
lish and foreiim auKiiayes, witn mveutom, At
torneys at laiw, and oilier Holie.iitors, expeciall
W Ui those who have had their ettxea rem-ted in
thehauiU ol oUier attorney, lu rejee.twi raaea
our fra are retuuualile. and no eliarir iamiul
I uuleaa we are sucreiwfuL
ay Of agCllU, lm.rtIam. ent.aendluaiu.olrl
the SiOUX and 1 11 1 f H r A Y(I or aketeth and a
$1,000,000 to 1 1 1 V n 1 1 If I II vS 1,111 'lei'ion
let' Inwrts a III V Ull UU1 BlVil'Za!
AVI AN TNItl.l-.S-, VAItiK'l V oK
Ijftiea' Fine Oold Walehe-, I
t.ol.l Uiers I liauia,
old Ne-k Chaina,
Ml ver Vnt t liama,
I utile Ciwlora,
l ake HuiWi-U,
(.old Jontli I'l.-ks,
Oold Wal.-b Keys,
4 'oral Ituadt,
t oral Neeklaee,
uml Set and Kin?,
til ver Smhu,
4 olTee l"ru,
) nip Uinhe.
I up and i. .1 .l.-f
Silver 1 hinilrlra,
examinational the patent ollU-e, aud II we think
u paieiiianie, win seuu you paiier ami auviue,
i4 vmtkw jyur tauer. uur wrm miit ijv iu or
uinary cases, S).
Ill Oral or written in matters
irett, Es-Commlsiloner orrutenU.
Cleveland, Ohio O. II. Kelley, Esq., Sec'f
HHiUUl UIBUKC, MIUIBVI
lan'l Am men, V. 8. N.
Natioaal Cranjce. Uiulnville, Ky . i Coiniiiolor
isan-i Am men, c. . Uanlilngtou, U. V.
Cend huunp for our "Guide ior obtain
ina Talents." a book of 40 luurea.
Addreas : Lou la Banger fc Co., Solid
tors of I'aleoU, Washingtou, U. C.
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description.
als and Tools for Jewelers.
tJ-KvcryoueviaitinK CHICAGO should call at our eaUtnummeui aixi exaiuiue our uocxt
l tie , nraw?i nit. .
! Cigars ! Cigars !
Wholesal e and Retail Prices !
Fully alive to the demand of tbe tunes, proposes to put his
LARGE AND VARIED STOCK OP
CD I XL CK- I Ai I XLU I
THE BEST AND PUREST
CHEAP, CONVENIENT. CLEANLY.
UK V0UR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WU. QLEKN A SONS, CINCINNATI.
At prices that will compare with the decline lu other articles, la other words w ill put
IJ1S goousuowu iroiu iu un
War to a Peace Basis,
And in proof of the fact would call the attention bf the Smoking
Publio to the following prices: Connecticut Beea from 2 to JcentB,
Seed and Havanna, 4, 6 and 6 cents; Key West Havanna. 8 to 10 cents;
and imported Havanna 15 cents each. lie means business, and will
at even these low prices, make a fair living profit. , o
His light expenses enables him to give the public the benefit of these
low prices, and in return elicits their patronage. . (anrin
tions, constantly on hand, and will be sold correspondingly low.
FOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows. I
WUL WILD SUCH I0V.
Just what ia wanted. Kend s-nent (tamp fur
eircuiariu r.uriut, rUttlAUU. IVttOL -
102 Commerial Ave. 2d Door Above Sixth Street,
ONLY 81.25 A YEAR.