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M4li Every Fae.
IfaTta Is an h. I.. D.
pKTtit.oorr1 not without friend
hi St, Lout.
Sr. Lot'ts 1 tlie hottest place in Die
United States to-day.
JrDGR Davis has not written a U tter
declining to accept the St. Loul nom
ination. MjuA.C. IlK.itxa of Chlcajro, con
victed of being In the whisky ring, has
been sentenced to two years in ths county
jail and to pay a flue of fire thousand
IIatks' addrcsa to his friends at Fre
mont, Ohio, his first public utterance
nince hi nomination, was a poodisb
speech and would hare done credit to a
youthful Tillage orator at a Fourth of
July Sunday school celebration.
Blaine continues to get no better and
grave apprehensions are felt ooucxriiiiiff
his condition. His physicians have hur
ried him out of Washington, and he will
seek a restoration of health by a low
wecks of quiet In Maine.
Tn Tope county Democratic ton voli
tion adopted a resolution endorsing the
course of the Hon. Ww. Hartell and in
structed the dclrgutcs of that county to
.he Democratic congressional convention
to cast their votes for his rc-uomination.
L. P. 15cri.tR has withdrawn from the
canvass tor States' attorney of Jackson
county and Geo. W. Andrews, Esq., is
now mentioned as a proper man tor the
office. He Is an excellent gentleman,
nnd would be a first-claes State' attor
ney. AmonO the strong Tilden men at St.
Louis is the Hon. Francis W. Bird of
Massachusetts. This gentlemen was one
of the founders of the Republican party
and was a lite long friend of Charles
Sumner. He left the party at the time
Sumner did and has since acted with tho
The Carbondalc Democrat, with a
ficartlness that is charming, abuses Joe
Robarts, our good friend of the Era-Mi-noisian,
of the big paunch nud the Jovial
disposition. Joe gets revenge by vindic
tively abusing John Barton, who has no
good chance to strike back. We have a
remarkably sound ju.iget with Dr.
Casey's accent on the last syllable and
our judgement (with the accent as
above), is thai Bell should not continue
to blow a hurricane at Joe. and Jx
should become a zephyr to John.
If Hayea understands himself and Im
probably does, he agree with ttn vaf
majority of the people rl this country in
this estimate of himself. "It in a very
great responsibility that ha- been placed
upon me to be the n regulative of
twenty million people a responsibility
w hich I know very well I am not equal
to perform. I understand well that it
was not by reason of ability or talents
that I was chosen. There were accidents
and contingencies that produced this re
sult," This Is what the accidental Re.
publican candidate said in his spec h to
his friends at Fremont, Ohio, and it
must be confessed that he stated the eac
very clearly, very clearly indeed.
Col. E. B. V ateixs has secured
enough of the delegates to the Hound
'ity district Senatorial convention to
render bis Domination for the house of
the general assembly an assured fact.
Of course his calling and election, after
nomination, will be beyond a doubt cer
tain. In the house the Colonel will at
once take a prominent position, whether
his party Is in tlte majority or minority,
aud we are confident he will labor with
industry in the interest of his constitu
tnU. The Colonel is one of the largest
farmers in Southern Illinois, and ot ac
knowledged abilities. His Democracy is
above suspicion. He Is lu every respect
;u.4ihe man to represent the Democratic
larty of his district, and wc arc confident
he will poll the full strength of the party
at the polls in November next.
The Chicago 7W ot the 2Ult pub
lishes a call upon Hon. Janics C. Allen
ot Crawford county, to become a candi
date for secretary of state, subject to the
decision of the Democratic State conven
tion. The call recites the followiug par
ticulars in the lifj ot Jud: Allen j
"Judge Allen coanucnced Us political
career as a member ol the legislature lu
1850; was Ui congress iroui 152 till is.-!
wajt olerk ot the house of representatives
a, v asningtou iu rau tor governor
in loCO agaiust Richard Yates : dufeuif.i
Col. Uobert J. Ingersoll for congressman
at Urge in 1 W2 ; was lu the constitutional
conveutiou 18C9-70. Judge Allen ia now
li&y-four yeara' of ae. Vnforttu.at
commercial speculations have Impover
ished him. IiU friends feel that his long
service in the interest of the Demo.
cratlc party, should find its reward iu a
State office for which he is eminently
fitted. During tne next four year the
Mcretary of the state will be j barred
with the expenditure of a large tutu
leibap f 1,000,000, lor completing in de
tail tlte new capltol grounds." Among
oilier names appended to the call are
i note or Melville W. Fuller, Win. F
Coolbaugh, Dan Cflara, Chicago ; Wm
II. Green, John Q. lUriuan. Cairo : Wm
J. Alleu, Carbondale; S. J. CumauingH,
ARtom; iwis w, Hom, lwKtown
Win. 8, O'liair, Faru, ntd others.
THE i:iUT4IAL4t UI4S.
The MiirpbyiWo Jntrpendet u
rated ope the- arnttortal question. It
sestou'to ace a very large colored man In
tu politic wood pile, and attributes to
Alexander county th Intention of "ab-
sorhing" the senatorial candidate in soma
mysterious manner. If," tlgnlflcantly
exclaims the hJepfmimf, Alexandf
county propose to bring out a candi
date for the senate, that county, of
course, has the right to do Jo." Of
eonre ; and we take pleasure In making
a note of this liberal admission. "But
continue the Independent "would It not
look a little better to do ao np and above
board, Instead of resorting to sharp prac
tices?" Keally, Una is a serious charge,
by implication, and ' we hasten t
assure the fodtjxndtnt that we have
not heard any man In Cairo mention any
other man in Alexander county as even
a probable caudldate for the senatorshlp.
w mv sure there la no candidate in this
neck of tho woods. Th Independent,
hearing the report probably from the
same gentleman who gave us the news
a frentlcman of Murnhysboro asserted
that Judge Creen, of this city, had his
eye upon the glittering prize. We copied
the item from the M-pemitnt, anil nave
ever since been explaimhg to the Judge
that we meant no oflense. Since tnen we
have heard of no other probable Alexan
der county candidate for senator. And
now wc do hope that, w ith this assur
ance, the ncrlurbcd tnlrit of the ImUixn-
dtnt will become calm and rest in jeace.
II4YKV SPEW II.
Oov. Hayes had a reception at hi
home iu Fremont, Ohio, on. the evening
of the 24th hist, llo made a speech lo
the friends assembled to receive him a
speech of the bread-and-butter. Sunday
school, giadualion-day-cxcreiee kind.
He was gratified that his friends received
him in the manner they did ; he trusted
they would never have occasion to re
gret what they had done: he
felt that a great responsibility
had been placed upou hiut to be the
representative ot twenty millions
ot jicople was a responsibility
he was not nblc to perform ;
he knew it nas not because of his ability
or talents that he was chosen the re
sult had been brought about by aeel
dents and contingencies; that which re
joiced hiui was that there were throe iu
the home of his childhood who rejoiced
over his nomination. He remarked the
changes In the town since his early ad
vent in it, and said his greatest pleasure
was that after awhile, defeated or elected,
he should Mu 1T1 to it as his home ; an
other change that made him led sad, was
that the tiiends and relatives of his
youth were not there; but this was the
order ot Providence and it was for each
mau to do what he could to make others
happy; for himself he could ouiy say as
Abraham Lincoln had said, ''he wanted
his friends and neighbors to pray that he
might have divine assistance, without
which he could not succeed and
with which he eould not fail."
If it should be the will
of the ieople that he should be defeated,
he wanted his friends to give his oppon
ent a fair trial and their prayer. He
thanked his friends that they had laid
aside partisan I'm ling to receive him: re
ferred to tho (Vnteunial exhibition and
hoped that tho American people would
show to the foreigners visiting u "how
wo can conduct a canvass of this sort.'
Wiih a word or two more about "free
Institutions." "lair discussion,' 'grati
tude of self and family," and that "dread
ful reporter Itehind him," Hayes' a hires?
came to an end.
(From our ftetfiilar f orrespouilent.)
1'hii adkm'HI a, June 24, 1870.
There i not much in the exposition to
satiate the universal morbid craving for
important news. The gates open and
close every day, and about 25,000 paying
visitors of all ages, both sexea and every
condition of lite come dally to sec the
growing wonder. All arc doubtless ben"
fitted in some way by what they see, but,
of course, not equally. The tale un
folded is as various as the Individuals to
whom it is addressed, and its usefulness
is lu the ratio ot its intelligibility, or the
previous preparation of the visitor to sec
Yesterday I was iu the shoe and leather
annex with a former sea captain, who is
now proprietor of a large tannery in
Canada. I could but admire his twice
enthusiasm for leather. "This it leather.
sir." "This is nice," ho repealed again
aud again, with an eloquence of voice,
gesture and eye that more than supple
mented his paucity ot language, and
seemed to remove the beautiful tanned
skins tar from the stench of the tannery
to the plane of high ait.
What prodigious information a man
would have, how Immensely would the
area of hi enjoyment (and alas ! of his
suffering too,) be whittled If he could
see lit every trade, art and science, u
mucu as the old tanner fa Iu leather.
ibis naive old man. who had I.
buflcted by every sea, and whose keel
nai louciied every continent, was
offended at the painting of the nude hu
man ngurc in the memorial hall. "It
Is a ohauic, sir ; . look ut them.
J bey will rnrrimr th..
people who come here. 1 am sur
prised that the authorities will allow
them to remain ou the walls. Hut r
hap it Is my want of rctinemeut," he
Early this . week I atttudtd the ra
dlic State' building. A number of the
States have built cottages, the object
being to establish social centres where
the visitors may meet tlie dtD-jna of his
ow u fctat, form, new uujualuUucc and
renew old friendships. I do not think
Dim end will be accomplished. The av.
rage visitor spends less time than a
Haute, (quite a much time as should be
was'ed), in writing his uame in tlte dif
ferent registers iu th State buTldWi n,t
theu hies to more Interesting shows.
nee cottages, wtUi registers for names.
may, uowever. I uaeitu in oiut rui .
the Amerleaa vaudal, it lias been dial
rovereu, must writ Ids naroe aom.
where. bad bguu to write if on the
maroie statuary in memorial ball.
These state regltrs may answer at a
kind of we(pdoni intphor)
Th California or raciflc slope build
ing I nearly finished and I suppose it
cost attont five thousand dollars. Its
architecture Is ot c compo'! order In
which tlte Mau rescue and grotesque
predominate. On the occasion of the
opening, we had music by (lie band, con
gratulatory, patriotic, and mutual lauda
tion apwhee by the raciflc slopers.
The national resource of the country,
its big trees, rich mines, high mountains,
and great men iwere duly advertised.
The orators. It was plain, were speaking
for the one or two hundred newspapers
published beyond the Sierra Mevada
mountain); aud not one of them would
decline n nomination to congress or to
the State legislature. The lesson
taught by this display was that a Califor
nia sophomore, blatherskite and dema
gogue doe not differ from the genus in
Hon. James Campbell of Pa., who n
orrcd the bill authorizing the construc
tion of the Pacific railroad was called nit
on; lie related the obstacles encounter.
ed in securing tlie passage of the
bill during the progress of tlte war, nud
elicited round ol rpplatise when he
showed how the country had ttecn bene
fited by the road, whit It had accom
plished for the Exposition, and when he
repeated the words of Lincoln that no
otlicial art ot his life had given him more
pleasure than the signing of the bill
authorising the construction of the road.
Ex-Uoveruor Ciirtin was the next
speaker; lie assumed a sarcastic tone! he
had not heard the preceding s)Ctches, and
was therefore in danger ot rcjH-sting
what bad already beeu said ; but, if any
speaker had ommittcd to refer to the
American flag he hoped it would be con
sidered that it had been duly referred to;
it any speaker had failed to mention that
this was the greatest of all the interna
tional expositions be hoped ho might be
allowed the credit of buying originated
the idea. He continued in this strain for
some time, when lie became serious aud
called forth much applause by the ex
prcssion of the sentiment that the great,
est good to be achieved by the Exposi
tion was the reunion and fraternization
of hearts and State for the progressive
work or another century.
Paul Boyutoti gave an exhibition with
his swimming apparatus to-day, iu the
Urge tank in Machinery Hall, smoking a
cigar at.d eating while in the water.
There will be a balloon asccntion by a
neice of Prof. Wise. Lizzie Jhling. this
afternoon at five oclock.
The Eusslau display In Machinery
Hall consists almost entirely of nrmy
and naval equipment? and machinery ; a
model of a pontoon bridge excites re itch
Eev. Heury Ward Beecher and l.otta,
the actress, were introduced to each
other in Agricultural Hall.
The dally receipts at the gates are now
equal to the daily expenditures of the
Exposition, and the expenses will be re
duced in a few days.
W. B. Machla, of Kentucky,
Vice-President, F. O. Prince,
The German Journalists Favor
A XEr&KSIITATIYK I0UTHIM Mil l
St. Lous, Juno 27. The National
Democratic convention was called to or
der at 13 o'clock to-day, by Augustus
Schell, chairman ot the National IKmuo
After a short address by Mr. Schell,
Gen. John A. McClernand of Illinois was
elected president of the convention ; W.
B. Machla, of Kentucky vice-president,
am Frank O. Prince, of Massachusetts,
The Illinois delegation, numbering
forty-two, all present, met at their head
quarters, parlor No. five, Uudell hotel,
and elected Hon. W. J, AUn permanent
chairman ; secre tary of the delegation,
John C. Ekhbtrg ; vice president of the
convention, Judge E. S. Terry ; member
ot committee on resolutions, Geu. John
A. McClcruard ; on rules, George W.
Wall; pcrmaucut organization, Chas.
Dunham; credentials, John Forsyth;
oommlttcuuf notification, Hon. Perry U.
SmlUt ; wctulicr or the national commit
tee, W. C. Uoudy.
No ballot was taken, but the election
of General ' McClernand to thu com
mittee ou rules . was made au
Issue between the Tilden mcu and ad
herent of otlter candidates. The
vote stood il to 10, the majority showing
tuaeu's strength at that time. The 10
votes were divided between Davi and
Hendricks, but a the delegation decided
not to preneut the name of Davis to the
convention, a portion of his strength it Is
thought, will go to Tildeu. There is but
liitle prospect of the delegation vodng
a a unit, although Gen. McClcruand
thought last night that Tilden had
gained some strength. Judge Allen,
who 1 personally a strong Hendricks
man, had concluded in favor of Tilden on
tlte ground that lie Is the strongest man.
Judge Allen wields a very jrtroiur lofjn-
enee In the delegation, as Is shown In hU
election as chaimun, although a major
ity are Tilden amen, and hi change of
views wui no doubt suake soma cltange
w ine vote. - -
Dr. Greene, of Mount Vernon, another
influential number, and a strong advo
cate lor Tllrten, thought last night that
J the latter strength would be grextly
Increased, but not sufficient to,mk a
Tffee Srrn JoNraallal.
ftKSOI.CTtONS ADOPTED FAVORId Ttl.DX.V.
The editors of nearly all the leading
German-American papers in the eon n try
held a meeting in the Amtujer titilding
last night and adopted reolutloas favor
ing the nomination of Samuel J. Tilden
for the presidency. There were present
at the meeting thirty prominent derma n
Journalists ot the IniU'd states, the fol
lowing being only a partial list:
Charles Iluemelin. an old Cincinnati
journalist, tor many years editor ot the
Ytlktfrtund and afterwards of the FoM t
bhtt: Mognus Gross, au old New ork Jour
nalist, long editor of the Xew York
Staat Ztitung, and now tlie proprietor
of a new paper called the Centennial
Carl Dacnzer, present maiaging editor
and proprietor ot the St. Iuls Anztiger
dtt Wet (em.
Frlta Kainc, of the Baltimore Cvrrct
ond(nt. Mr. Von Locwcnfels, of the Buffalo
G. C. HofTnvm, or the Quincy (III.) Oer-
Matthias Kohr. ol tiie Buffalo Yolks
frettmi. W. Von Sehiraeh. vt the Louisville
W. F. A. Bcruhamcr, ot Indianapolis.
Albert Gocttuian, il New V ork.
Albert Gall, ol 1 udiimpolis.
Edward Kauter, of Detroit.
Israel Nusbaum. of Albany, N. V.
Fritz Cook, of Kochostcr, N. V.
Carl Ifabich, ot liidinapolis.
ClmHcs I-eiiz, of New York.
ernmn Lieb, ot Chicago.
F. Lowcnsteiu, of Evansvillc.
C. Whiter, ol Kock Island, 111.
Martiu Nuchtinaii, of New York.
'Phillip Hoffman, of New Y'ork.
Herman Maack, of New York.
Edmund Jucgvr, of Keokuk.
B. Arnler, of iuine.y, ill.
Fritz Hollaetider, of New York.
Fritz A. Flagg, of New York.
Mr. Huineliii, ot Cincinnati, presided
over thu meeting and Mr. Detigier. of
New Y'ork. acted ns secretary. Mr.
Dengler read a letter from Oswald Olten
dorter, of fhcNew Y'ork Slaai .titling,
regretting his Inability to bo present at
the St. liouis meeting of the German
A met iean editors, ami announcing Ids
endorsement of Mr. Tilden for president.
The news wa received with a storm of
applause by the meeting.
Mr. Dazencr then read the following
telegram ut received from Judge J. B.
Stallo, of Cincinnati :
Cincinnati, O., June 20, 1S7C Carl
Daenzer: I believe that s.unuel J. Til
den, it nominated upon a projK-r plat
form, would be the most acceptable can
didate to all the Intelligent tinrmaiis ot
the United State. J. B. Stallo.
This was also received with deafening
applause by the entire body ot edltois
The following resolution were then
unanimously adopted :
This uieetinir. composed ot German-
Americans from all parts of tlie United
States, belie vin?, from their own knowl
edge and from infornntion derived troni
many editors ot German papers, them
selves correctly Informeil ot the feeling
ot the German-Americans of thiseountry.
decbire the following to be their convic
1. That the partisan war of section
against section should ceae, and the old
fraternal feeling of a people at peace witli
itself tie restored : but that the war upon
eorrnptionisis in the public service, who
live upon the offices of the country, or
their spoils, should lie vigorously prose
cuted to a success! ul termination.
2. That according to the old and true
Democratic doctrine, gold and silver eoin
is the only money known to the consti
tution of the United States, aud wc say,
with Thomas 11. Benton, the enly money
that deceive nobody ; that legal tender
notes are not money, but constitute a
debt long ago due, and that the whole
financial policy of the present govern
ment should be so directed as to restore
3. The present tarif! is oppressive upon
trade ami industry, tor the benefit of
spec ial interests, and it ought to be abro
gated, and that system of duties be sub
stituted, which should simply be levied
for revenue purposes, so as to take no
more from the people than is necessary
tor the expenses of government and
maintenance of public faith.
4. That the malntainance of public
schools by State authority is the time
honored policy of thiseountry; that
they should be continued In all their ef
ficiency, tree from sectarian control, and
that the proposed transfer ot schools to
federal rule by constitutional amendment
meets their disapproval, both be
cause It la an improper extension ot cen
tral power, as well as because it is dan
gerous to the schools themselves.
o. mat tne exposure ot irauus ana
peculations ot the present administra
tion has written In lines of livid tire
throughout tlie country the great duty of
the hour, to rid the public service in ail
its branches of the mlscreauts who, void
of virtue themselves, have presumed the
sense of public morality to be dead in the
people. lyet us show tltcui that this na
tion has not forgotten that it had a
6. That the reorganization of the pub
lic service, in all iu branches, is demand
ed by the public Interests, ao as to place
in the employment ot government offi
cial especially qualified for the respect
ive places for which they may be candi
dates ; tltat the doctrine -to the victors
belong the sjioils," should be forever re
pudiated, and In lieu of it the rule estab
lished that the public service shall be
open only to men of talent, integrity,
capacity in tho country aud not to the
7. That Sajiuel J. Tildeu stands before
the country a thu foremost representa
tive man of the reforms indicated ; thai
the Geruiau-Anicricaii so recognize and
will support hi n as such, feeling certain
that his uoiuiuatlou will secure New
York to the Democracy and strengthen
the ticket iu every Statu where there arc
numerous German-Americau voters.
The meeting then adjourned.
Steamer Jim Kick, l'aducah.
" J. II. Bigley, St.LouU.
" Uobert Mitchell, iuciiiuati.
" Charles Morgan, Cincinnati.
leopard and ttw, l'aducah.
" John 11. Maude, Vicksburg.
" Aetna and tow, St. ais, ,
Stesnner Jim Fink, l'aducah." ' ' '
: Uobert Mitchell, Tew Orloaiifi.
Charles Morgau, New Orleau.
. John B. Maude, fit. Iml.
t Aetna and tow, Ohio river.
' Tlie Charles Morgan and Itolicrt
MuVuelL, both from Cincinnati with very
moderate trip, arrived early yvtrday
morning. They lay Bide by tilde the
greater part or the day, both making
goodly additions of freight.
The John B. Maude pawed up whit
a good trip from Memphis and Vleks.
burg, for St. I.ni.
The I-eopard returned from Pftducnh
and gow to St. Lout,
On the recrnt.trlp np of the Arkansas
Hclle, from this city to EvanflTtlle,-a
burly negro rousfer named Seales, made
an attempt in raise a in unity on tlie boat.
The seoond mate remonstrated with him,
nnd the two had a difficulty in which the
mate idiot Scales tuhv with a revolver
Inflicting wounds that will prove fatal
The trouble took place, at Casey ville.
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Dr. .luhn Jlall'a Auril i'hliooptieni (l-oola).
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Wanhintrton a Marshal ol I raiicr.
lean InifeloWa l-ani-y.
New Ilorve-Car I'oelry, for April.
Horn 1'eilro'a Clmracti riiilica.
A Whiht I'arty in the Ark.
Three Capitalists A(ur. Sli wurt, VamU rliilt.
Mark Twain at a ftorss Aiictinn.
trst Keniale Lohbyiatat Washington. .
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ltoyalty in the Tniteil Btatei.
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KeiiiH( akek-hea, iiiciUeiita, An., iu i-ucli attrac
Ut variety, Uiat it form the richeat amount of
Tul luilile Htiil en tei-tnin uitr I.. iulii.tr ulmiml .vi-r
eiiibmr! in a inagaziue.
Thi ucw l'eriodituil, whirh haanlreuvly ivm h
wl aucb au cnormoua oiularity, ia
Ootiielhinr new anl original lu the way of a
OMoululy Maicuiue. Ltiu aort of Itdereuoe
hcrop-lkiok. or iiioiithlv rw onl of iinporlmt
eenta tbat happen iii any part or the world,
with a Bclccliun of the moat popular minceiutnv
ot the cunent mouth, iirutr ami Hctry, fon i'U
au tlomeatic. i.illtef by Irani Moore, ol I lie
D-autifully priuteil.with au elegaut htnl Tor
trait of the tuoat promiucut pn joii of the month
iu each Number.
Oueof the mctviiUrtaiuiiiKauit valuable Urat
clabs monthly lu.iganne ever ionueit. 1'rice, ii
uenta a mouth, or .' lor a yer'k aubnti ip
liou piirlage pud by the publialier.
O-Yearly Subscription begin with any
G. W. CHABLETOH CO., Publiiheri,
Mudisn 'juare, New York.
The Bi xiktim printing
apecialty of Dill Ilrail.
Not iieuila, letter IleaiU,
State men U, Canla, ttc Look at Uieae priiea:
Small sue bill hurts, lT 1"('0.. o
Medium ize bill bradn. per thoimand 3 7
All on fourte.-n ouud )ier, Carlisle milla,
rated two cent per pound higher than p)er
nswt by any other ofllce mted to order at th
milla especially for tliU Hire
fctateiuent. Carl vale, ner ICaai 1 00
Letter iteaila, Carlyale, per Hwo M. ...... 4 6o
Not lleada, Carlyale, per louii. ...... ....... S K1
YiailiuKeanU per imckaae T5c
Uiuiuea ear J., No. 1 1 lily llii'tid Ixmrd.
ia-r lout s Utul ru
Buaiuesa carda, No 1 blank, per Iuuii . a 03
tJiiArtvr-aheet, half-alieet, lUU-alieet and three
liet Hlera, aud colorwt work below mi. JxuU
lainiihlet, Book Work and Trice LUI nuuU
Altb Bri LiTm ctUc.;cir., IllinoU,
eon add mm
Fresh, turo and Natural, as furnished by Old Mother Earth "FOR
THE HEALING OF THE NATIONS." Obtainod Direct
from their Sources and Kept on Ice by
SIGN OF THE
esdh mm, mm
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
CUlms lo bo m cIiIc to all casta of DUbete, lnll:unatioii of the KidneTa, laflatuation
or the Nacit ol tha Klailder and ITretliet, lutlamalion ol the llladder, llropav, Oouty
Swcllinp", htopiiage of t riitf , Alhtimenurla, ttopy or tToudy trine, llrlck fluat
iioit; Thick, Morbid. Hilloti and Dark AMearfni t'riuo. with lion Diut Ix-poalt ;
Jttiniiuit SeoKiiiott with Miarn 1'alna when voiding t.rtne; Hetnorraxe of the Kidney.
Palu in tit Kidney uud l.tut Torpid Liver, Indigent ton, Calculua, and Keniale
There ia no remedial ueut known to titan tlict can cur the forexoin iU'oa-ea
rft'ectiialljr ltetlieada Water, i hta fact has been ilcmoin-tiated wherever the water
ha been ud according to tlireitionn; wbith can be had a theUrncral AL-eots' ly aji.
iilieatioti to thetn. The water ii Mveel and pk-i'ant to the taMe. Itcan be Urank nt nil
iioitr. Why ahould any one Miller wlie tliia water ii ca-iljr obtaiDed ?
tJ" Ml. ll.VWLKY UKATIt, of 2'W Broadway, New York, gives the followiujf lit
of recent t-ure within his practice :
foutiimatlon of cure by ltLI !ltlA SPUINd WATKB, after the patituU huv been
iirooouncfd beyond rcliel thouuh they are not a tithe of tboae dallv received :
AC'llAniXr; Dl.VUtTES ltfcv. Thomas lVnroe, Sen Cliff and Brooklyn ; Monis
mi, Tiun Yan; Major Kurt, Mr. llniber, Mr, tjulon, Kindirhook ; Mr. Saiiuder,
IlKHillT'.s MSKASK-.I. fi. IJould. Ilndnonj
Mr. Barnen, Mount Vernon ; W. VV. Seeor.
lb-ox, ew lork ; nr. i. w , itcai, Mr. Ifnnc. Mrs. 11t, Mr. .tallies, Itrooklvj).
I LO.KATHiN OK Till: BLAliDMt-K. c'olf.tx, UufT..I.; T. .1. 0x. New York.
YIlst SnrtPOii-Genera; W'olcott and other prominent Medical Men av about tin"
Mn.w AtKKK.; tinuaiy 1, 17;:.
I aiu irrailfie l to lind th il the opinion ttvi-n by me, over two year ago, on the
medicinal priertie of the BcttKd Waif r. has be.'n fully fU"lained and cofalirinert by
itw ue. in a vat utimber and variety of . Invoh iiiR the urinary nrcan. In many
nny In mot of aiicb omi, I do not hsitat tu .ay that it is vatlv uprlor to any
other 'etjiedy kno'vn to the nrtjtesslon. K. It. ViI OTT. M. 1.
' fully concur in the above: O. 1. Wolcott. M. I; .1. K. Cinrtirr, M. l., Puhetc :
II. Aclowskf.M. I ; J. M. Alleu. M. 1.
H!ue l.tik N'atri, in tltrrupculic aKXt, i ilrfti-ed u Tunic, ITttreti. Alicraiiv t 1 tinf,
punfvitifT ami rnnching the rtotd, and aiiftml irK trrry rtrjrttu 'f 4a ( the ecttwuy.
Dr. JCbcrt l'etcr. iftr ftinn;utlt"il analyst, sy
Saline ami ulthur auri arc quite freqj-iit, CfMnpamt ivrly , in inir blue litniftone tirau: lit anionf4
ill the Springs t,( tint nature, knonal present, un thin fcrfntaii, m KenlnciVy . N'ne aie o 9uh)r u-t
retnaraLie, in many rrvji a il, 01' the loer Blur J jr k .
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
Tho Water of the Kxcelnior .iiricc is invalitaMe, reutovintr and prevehtiiiK.t j ir
aperieof aud alterative effect, the incipient
II la lustily recitiinoodc by the ui.)t emlncut physicians, anl is u-e.t witii great
KUcccfx In the treatment of lyipepna, Coostipation of the Bowels, Allcctions ol th
Liver and Kidney, t-'evcrx, Scrolula, Cutaueoua Oisease, I'.U: It I an evcelleui
romedy lor the Headache, aud a pleasant and healthful beverage.
Mmrral atirs frequently ptrriil aiedlr.aal viiliu-s,
r. j 'Cities of tlie iriKre.tirnts whe b are simwn by jnaly
All of th above Water for sal on draught m ButUv. by tb Ull?u in
Jua or Ketf. or by the Barnl by
BARGLAY BROS., Druggists,
AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
? ? ?
To lbe Work mar ('! We can furnish
you employ mm nl at whieh you can make very
Uritetstv. in your own localities, without twin
away t'riuii home over DiKht. Aenu w antel iu
every town aul county to take siihacrils-r for
'I be Centennial Ibs-unt, th lurfitent uiUi'licii
In the L'nited Htalea K 4iKeM, t coluiiiea; Kl-eg-unly
Illustrated; Temm nly js-r yeitr.
'1 he rUsvird i itevoted to whatever is of interest
onnei-te.1 w Ith the Cs-iilenniul year. I ! threat
J-. KLHittlori nt I'hiuuli-loliia t Hilly lllaalrate.1
ill detail. Kverybody Wauls it. I he whole
ieode feel a trreut ititereat in their unlij 's
Centennial I'.irthday , aud want to kaow all
alHiut it. An elegant iwtrtotlR crayon draw in
iiremitiin luclure U uresenteil free lo each mio-
eriU-r. It is entitled, "In reiueinber.siKV of the
me Hundredth Auniver.ary of tlie lmleM-nd-eo-orthe
UiilU-l Hlatea.' hi, iS by u iu
rhea Any one can liecoiue a suovseful loxent.
f'r hut ahow the Dauer aud tueture and htin-
dn-U of iilicrilier are eauuly olHalned every,
where. I'lierr ia no luiuea that will pay like
tins at pn-Heut. We have luany amenta who are
nukkiux as n in ii a -' per iay uii upwarud
Now is the time; don t delay. Keineiulsr it
eo-U liothiu to Kive Uie biisinesa trial, henil
forcir tilai'K, teriua, and aainple coj.y of tias-r.
wliH hcare sent tree to all who noiil) ; lo it to
day, t .uniiletr outllt lee tn tltosewho deeide
toeuKsire. ranuera nq meruaniea, ami their
son aul uauylilcrs make lti very iieotoi iKdiii
THE t iSUXM AI. RKCOItn,
Xsereuei til ftiiatlty.
laprevM tki Cuiiity
Lincoln Butter Powder
Uod Freah Butler all Ike Year Hound
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Towder Is itn entirely
haruileks artlele luudu Irotu a celcbruted
tu?lioh recipe, and now in daily uso by
tuuuy of thu moot nued fartuera iu the
butter couuttes around l'blluueii lilu.
In hot weather thU 1'owder uiuke butter
much tinner and tweeter than it usually in,
und keep it from turoing rancid It alao
remove the Htrong flavor of turnip, garlic,
weeds. e--rn btulks, cot on eed, etc.; and
the Increased yield of butter much note
tbau pay tho trilling expe;ue of umng it.
34 l ent I'er rMrkaae.
Wholesalk Dm-oT : KKiJMurkct H.,
obtained in the t'niled
H tales, Canaila. and Eu
nie i terms aa low as
thoMOf any other relia-
llh. Iii.na... I.irrwihiin
deuce invted in the l.ng-
lUh and foreign anjritaKe. witn inventor, At
t rne) s at isiw, and other Holiciitors, ep iall
w U those who liave had their cate retectad in
the hands ol other attorneys. In rejected c:twa
our leva are reawouabk-, aud no cliarKe is made
iinleas we are aueceasl'id.
If ynu want a put
ent.send iu a mole 1
or aketeth and a
full description d
w u a Will ni.L. u I.
riaratnationat th patent olUce, and II w thlci
it IMtWiiUble, will aend you aiiers and advice,
and proaacute vour case. Our fee will be in or
diiu.ry rase, Z.
1 a tlral or written in mattcra
feu, Kx-CommlsslOHer or raieata,
levi land, Obi I O. H. Keiley.
Kti..ul l.r.nM LolllsrlU. MV. I i
Uan'l Aoiiaan. U. 8. N.. Washington. U. 0
rfiiead rtteiup for our 'Uulde ror obufn-
lu fatenU," a lmok r so pairea .
Addreaa -IrftMla aWMfr at t'., Solid
tors ol Paluat, WshlugtoU, It. C.
a w vvii vaj
Mr. .Jildf Van Cott, Caleb Morjriin,
inif fiibj ; Mrs Alderniau. Mrn. Mall, Mri.
fortua of dl-emc.
in llitir n, hirh rannol hr ft,, noted fa lb
CharU-red by the
Mute of Illinois
for the erei.
i.un'" ot ai vniff
n all eaxeii of private, rhronlc, and urinary di-
in all their coiiiplicale.1 fonna. It is well
know n thul lr..lainc has Pm1 at the heud ul"
tlie profidhion for tlie Htst 3" yi-ar. Art and
eMs-riencearenil-iniportont. 'nalunl !
nrss, night nm- by dreams juriiples on the
fuce. lost mauhooil. can tsxitMcly lie cui-n-l
IdiM wantiojc the n'"t deliuate uttentiou. eaU
or w rite, t'leawiut home for slieut. A boot
for tlie million. Warrmire tiuiile, which tell
you all aUint these diwmiiea who abonH marry
--w hv not in cents to pay l esui-'e. 1'r. .lames
has :l r'x'ins and rlor .. Vou aee no one hn
tlie doctor oilic. hours, ' a.m. to 7 p.m. !"n
davs, lo to li. All Inuunes atriclly confiden
u.tti i A1 rt ntn- ov
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Our Inks arc of a superior quality , belnif nm'l
from tlie ns6t ingredientaand uuder the eroral
Kiiiervisian of a practical priuler and prekmsn,
therefore we will t.uarauUv livery Pound orlnk
fold to be I Superior Jet Black, Quick
Dryina-, and Entirely Free from Setting-
Our price are from 3ft TO 60 I'KIt CENT.
LOWEIt than any other Ink uiunutaclured iu
tha l'nited Btatea.
A trial of a aaiunle keg will convince any
printer that he ha been payinK nearly dould.
wliut ha should lor hi Jck iu times pal. I'ul
up in keg and Isir-el to auit purclmfevs
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ellow' Hall. llowa,
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Independent Order of Odd-l'eN
Iowa, ineeu avary Tboradav n'Ktit
m hiill'-uast seven, in their nail ou
3otiuucrcial avenue, bet warn blatfe antf rWvt-mb
:lS UIU l.IS, s VI
MAI BO ENCAMPMENT. I. O. O. F.. meet
s u odd-FeUuwa' 1UU oa tha arataad Uiird
I uesday ia every tuonth, at haU-paat aevea
Jao H tiomms, 0 t
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.a. Holirea-ular eommuiiloatioaa la Ma
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''mil ElJilh am!, oa th aaooad and
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