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RfKdloK Waller on Ever
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
mm. J ni.ni.x,
of New York .
TtlOMAft A. IlKSttltlMi.
A convention ol the Pciiiocrt of the
Eighteenth Congressional district of Illi
nois, is hereby culled to meet In tlio Athr
Brum, at Cairo, on Tuesday, tlio 1st .lay of
Aniruit. ifT.c. at 1 o'clock, p. m., for the
purpaie of nominating a e.indiilato for con
presi, ami for tli- transaction of ouch oUter
hu-iie an may piopeily be transacted ly
Tbe Pejo-r.iU ol tlio never.! counties of
the district arc hereby requested to appoint
delegates to can! convention on the lollovv-
injr basil : One delegate for each one bun
dred vote and the fraction of one hundred
VOtet uior thon lift y. cast for Hon. 'Will.
Hartzell, at tue el-ction held iu November,
1S74, as follows, to wit :
.! .irk son
I'nion . .
Cairo, July o, ISM
1111(1' COS V..MTO. .
A delegate convention of tbe Hemocrnt
of the Fifteenth Senatorial distriM, for the
nomination of a candidate for Senator and
two candidate lor the house of tlie Gene
ral Atemb1y, will be hold in Masonic ball,
Jcneaboro, on the 3d day of Auspmt, 1ST6
Tin- Democrats of the several counties
of the district, will appoint delegates ot
the basis of one delegate for every on
hundred rotei cant for Hon. Win. Hartzell,
in the Raid counties, at the election held in
November, 1$T4. aud one delegate tor every
fraction of one hundred votes more than
tifty, as follows :
Alexander 9 delegates,
Jackson 10 delegates,
I'nion 10 delegates
Tbe Democrat of the above-named conn
ties are hereby requested to appoint dele
gates to tbe convention lu uccordunce wild
the terms of tbi call.
JoNirsBono, .Inly Ii, lisTii.
T. K. UOUTuN,
Ihainiiun I einn.-i utio Senatorial Distrii
Tin: New York thrall say "Prof.
Seel ye likes his eg gs fried on both sides.'
Prof. Seclye is sensible. So do we.
Colorado has ratified her propose
State constitution by a larger vote, and
the Coloradians hope to vote for ProM
dent this vcar.
Tub Empress of Brazil ha expressed
her opinion ol President tiraut. She aayi
he a silent man that he walked with
her for an hour on tlie day ol the opei
ing of the Centennial, and never open
his mouth except to say "yes or "no,
and that she did not like the treat mint
Thl Radical papers are very much agi
tated over the charge that Mr. Tilde
stole $2j0,0uG of the bonds of a railroad
company. This charge U based upon a
matter iu litigation, and the most repu.
table men in the land acquainted with the
matter, pronounce tbe charge of dishon
esty against Mr. Tilden fouiidutiotilcss.
No reputublo Republican has so little re
gard for his word as to even retail the
Tut Mattoon Journal, in its roll-call o
Tilden's friends, calls Brick Pomeroy,
and exclaims "what a nice, reform club!''
But tiitJvumal U too fast. Brick has
gone the way of the bad and with Joyce,
McDonald, Babeock, Belknap and the
other thieves ol the ltepubliean party, U
opposing Samuel ,f. Tilden, the practical
reformer tbe man who made tlie iui
advance upon the corrupt raeals of his
own party and led in the good work of
attacking corruption everywhere.
Washington rumors .say that the dis
missal of Yaryan by the president at
this time is regarded by the Republicans
as a very ill-advised movement. The
published correspondence ol Yaryan and
of the department about Y'aryan shows
that he deserved the high
opinion in which he was laid by Secre
tary Bristow, and that a worthy and
competent officer has been dismissed by
the president without cause, or rather
dlsiuUsed for the cause that he was
Instrumental in discovering the complic
ity ot Babeock with the whisky ring.
One of the charges against Yaryan bv
the president's organ w as that he kept a
ton of Commissioner Douglas on the pay
rolls while that young man was absent
from duty. A letter of Y'aryan to Com,
missioner Pratt shows that he promptly
requested tbe dismissal of young
-v I 1
lMjugias because ne naa been as
signed to duties properly belonging to
the supervisor' offloe. Auother charge
made against i aryan was that he hid of
tered, tor a bribe, to conceal the evidence
of the whisky frauds In St. Louis. On
tin- lSth of May Commissioner I'rntt
wrote to Supervisor Meyer nt St. F.ouln
requiring liiin to nuniiwm Mr. Wood
ward of Unit city, tliroiiiili whom tlio
liargcs ii:i l horn nHiriiioil to Ik Untile,
nnl propound to liim certain iiiedions
Hint would establish tlie limit or Inno
cence of Mr. Ynrriui. Supervisor Meyer
followed tlirectinin explicitly and
tlio result completely exoner
ated larvan. Tlio present aspect
of tlie ease i (Iceidedlv unpleasant to tlio
lJcpuMican at Washington. Several
iroinituiit FoiialoM Iiavo decided that
party Interest a require tlm ilisinisnl
of lien. Babeock, a commissioner of
puldie prousids. and that tlie request shall
be preferred to tlie President. But I'.ub-
oek's home is in the bosom ol the ad
ministration, and (tiantV action in the
Yiiryan case i a tolerably fure Indication
that the "interest of the party" are not
strong riiotijrli in his mind, to induce
him to part with his cherished cx-socre-
now tiit. ih:mo II TN Will.
I.I. M l' I II.1IKN.
That most sagaciousof political news
papers, the Stuff Journal, has ascertain
1 all about it. We refer to the deep,
dark and almost damnable plan by which
the lteuiocrats intend to .secure the elec
tion of Tilden to (he presidency. In a
most solemn council of war the Bourbon
commanders thus the Journal desig
nates the patriotic leaders of the P.'ino-
cratic party have resolved to spend
neither time, money nor wind upon any
of the Western States with the exception
of Indiana. In Indiana these wicked
Bourbon commanders" will, in a most
shainctul manner, "contest mildly br
success at the- October election to pre-
'vent an impression that they have met
their Waterloo in a preliminary skirin-
h." This part of tlie plan u, we are
sure no man will deny, an outrage upon
the brave men tlio gallant Radicals
who saved the I'nion from dertruetion
by the hosts of treason. It is more;
it U nu liitringmeiit ol the
rights secured to the colored man by tin-
war amendments a diabolical Confeder
ate trick to get possession of the govern.
ment. When Pemocrals come to tin;
conclusion that they will contest mildly
for Kiiccess in Indiana at the October
election, bewar? !
But this is not all. In addition to tlie
mild contest proposed in Indiana, the
"Bourbon commanders" have also so
says the.. ooviai determined to adhere
to the following plan of campaign :
1. Organize and carry all the Southern
State. To do thirf they are to stop at
nothing short of success. Southern Re
publicans, white and black, are to be
overawed aud shot, it necessary.
2. To tlood the State of New York,
New Jersey and Connecticut with speak.
ers, and to subsidize them with money; or
ganizing all the schemes of ballot-box
ft lifting, repeating, and the importing ol
votes so well understood aud so long
practiced by SdinuelJ. Tilden.
This deep and damnable plan should
arouse every uadicai mio action
It iln I iimrnrnr nrn-'iive fid
carry tbe Soul hern States, wluij
nope is their for the Radical gentlemen
who have hold ot the public teat, and are
crying: "ijct down your miitv, nvi i '
None whatever. We must be permit
ted to doubt Ibe Journal will, we hope,
permit us to say, -that the Bourbon
commanders have concluded to overawe
aud shoot i he white and black Republi
cans of the South. The Journal
has been trapped by groundless
fears into making this charge, or cl.-e not
fearing it lias been guilty ol willful false
The second part of the plan is also aw
tul. it is a rctlection upon our civili.a
tion that the "Bourbon commanders''
should conclude to "flood the Stated of
'New York, New Jersey and Connecticut
'with speakers," and actually pay them
for their labor. It would be bad enough
to Hood those States with speakers not
paid, but to Hood them with paid speak
ers U treason to the I'liion. But the
Juumal must permit us to say that it is
mistaken when it says the "Bourbou
commanders" have concluded tost nil tlie
ballot-boxes, repeat and import voters.
and that these tricks have been longprac
triced by Samuel J. Tilden. The Radi
cals, through the labor of Us lavenports
using the public moneys, has been lu the
habit, as every person knows, of corrupt
ing the ballot-box, but there is no Radi
cal papt r in the country, with the excep
tion ol the Journal, so reckless of the
truth as to say that Samuel J. Tilden ha8
ever even been susjieeted of ballot-box
stutllug. Samuel J. Tilden is tlie enemy
of corruption in elections, and the Journal
knows this to b true. The Journal has
stretched the truth as usual.
From our regular corrmpomli ut.
run .ADki.riiu, July 1, l7i'i.
The heat this week has been almost in
tolerable, and the number at the Kxpo
ition have not Ik ch quite as lare as they
were last week. Fortunately there are
cool ami .hdy ravines, nooks and re
treats upon the 'rounds, where settee
have been placed, and these eeui quite
as attractive as the iinpoarted wonders
of the lair. It is positively refreshing to
look at the little West l'oint cadets in
their fatigue uniform of t-potlcss white
linen, or the Chiuauicn in their loose
clean flowing blue bilk gowns. These
heathen (the Chinese not the cadets) are
at least two thouaud year iu advance of
us ia dress. Their clothing U more
comfortable, more graceful, aud certainly
more healthful than ours ; it Is more
manlike in its tumplicty und re
quires less time iu robins aud dis
robing. I should think a Chinese dandy
might make his entire toilet, ablution in
cluded, inside of seven minutes. I do
not now speak of the dress ot the hood,
luuis. Theirs is of a composite order. They
wear anything American pautloons aud
hats, and Chinese shirts and pigtails
But the Chinese commissioners here disl
play a tastefulness and elegance iu dress
that we would like to copy aud profit by
copying it. If some inlluentlM fashionablw i
cliquo had only the coumge er germ" '
Wake the move, v "
1 think 1 have seen these lightly and
graeeliilly clad cclcstlnM looking upon
us in our still padded coats, vests, high
hats, collars, cravats, and heeled shoes,
with pity not nntinged with contempt.
We have much to say about the follies
and torture of female dress but there Is
another sex in question if It "ere only
fully discussed. There is evolution in
costume as well as In matter and ideas
and 1 hope 1 nm not too sanguine when
1 think we may reach the pagan per lec
tion in a thousand years. Already there
Ha decided improvident In shoes, and
the man who wears high heel with his
tortured foot spreading on cither side of
the nai row sole, is spotted at once as a
rustic or a Southerner. But I am expected
to write about the Exposition.
The West Point cadet. are now en
camped upon the grounds, a manly,
healthy looking corps of young men upon
whom the very young ladies cast curious
and wistful glances. Glorious young
demigod.! Creations of padding, brass
buttons, while linen, military discipline,
and government pnp. Surely they have
not, the pettiness, vices, ami vulgarities
of other men ; because they neither walk,
dre.s nor look like common mortals. Ah!
tbe imposing deceit fulness of dress and
atmosphere; It Is not only the very
young ladies that deceive and are de
ceived by it. We pay the same homage to
it that we pay to n, because it uart.
Many are becoming a little sated with
tbe material exhibit here, and they will
often tell you that they enjoy looking at
tlie people more than at the Turkish car
pets, French silks, Kngiish cutlery, Jap-
anese bronzes, kussi.hi itirs, or even ar
tbe Italian statuary, it would be inter
esting if we could have the statistics of
how many conic to see the exhibits and
of how manv come for the same reason
that they goto church, to see and lie
seen. There has been, during tlie last
few sultry days, a decided diminution of
the wealthy urban visitors. They have
gone to the sea side and the mountains,
and the visitation is very largely made up,
udginjf from appearcnecs, of country
people from the West and South. 'I he
iiiml.iit. ..t t.tnltti,r Vt.il .,jlnl Oii..i.a i
........... u. ............ ......wv.., ...o ...... 1
attend Is evidently very small; they will
defer their visit till October, when the
Exposition will lie seen with more com
At present Mtinori;il J Lull iitxl Its con
tents bcctn to attract much the largest
Dumber of visitor.-!, 'l'iie new catalogue
of these arts galleries has just been com
pleted by Mr. E. I.. .Townsend, assisted
in the American department by the at:
complished artist Miss Emily SarUin.
There are catalogued nearly 1,500 works
ol art from the United States alone, and
nearly 8,000 from all countries. Over
each door the name of the cuuntry to
which the pictures of that
room belong is written, and al.'o
the number of the page or pages
of the catalogue where the titles of the
pictures may be found. The catalogue
com....... ., 11. f. mli.l .,nl
wnerever ascertainable ti
owner ol thepicture. It is very perfect in
arrangement and dctuil, and will be es.
teemed by those who have thus lar wan
icreu in.o..Mi, i.aiis containing mhKi
mostly unintelligible works ol art.
l reparations are being made for
pageants of iinpoimig character on tin
tlniil ami lourtli of July. It Is thought
that not less than 2.'i.U00 persons will join
the torchlight procession, on the evening
of the third. Thev ale e.viiectcii to form
in different park?, and march on conver
ing lines toward Fairmont Park, which
the column will reach about hull past
nine, when will be witnessed a grand
pyrotechnical display. After this, the
column will countermarch, and, if po.
ible, mass at Independence Hall by mid
night, when it is proposed that the con
solidatcd bands, numbering not le.es thau
one hundred, Khali play the "Star
Spangled iianuer." Among the di
tinguislied gentlemen, whom it is exiert
ed will be present, and participate in the
pageant, are the Kepublican and Demo
cratic candidates for prcfiileiif. nnd vice
w,i ,nr i imiiii hi .iiuy II s expected
. t . w ...
mat ticu. i. rant will review the military
before teu o'clock, when Independence
Siiuure. iu which has been arranired .r.(HKI
seats for invited guests, will become the
patriotic centre. There will be a poem
by Ilayard Taylor, au oration by Everts,
music oil HO, and the reading of the
Declaration of Independence.
The Suuday edition of the New York
llfinll is taken out into some of the
country itisiricts ot .mw Jersey in a
wagon drawn by a pair of line horses.
At some points the horses are changed
and the wagon goes ou rapidly. All
along the route the papers are distribu
ted, and at every village, cross road and
from many a country residence and farm
house persons are in attendance to get a
paper. The wagon moves so quickly
lrcuii village to village that many lose the
opportunity to get papers, but in the fu
ture It is to carry a guard with a regular
Kngiish coach bugle, anil so, w hen the
bugle sound Is heard, those wanting pa
pers can meet the wagon and get them.
1 lift latent, itreatpkt, ami inos reliable
remedy ever put together hy lni-lie.ul seienev,
or iiiieii'i atisin, xolliuis, nweiiuiKs, mniis
1 aketl HreH.-t, Ae.. Is the Ceulaur Liniment
There an- two kind What the White Liniment
is for the huiuau family, th Yellow Ceulaur
l.liillueur la lor Ppavimsl, luine anil straineil
horse and annuals. nm) - l it
Children Cry lor ;atorla. It U
ileaoaul to take an honey, ami ia ab. while
larmleaa . It ia sunt to ripel worms, cure will
colic, regulate the bowel ami Mouiach, au
everoom irritability rauatsl hv raoli c r cult in
teelh. It ia a iierl'et't aulwtitu'te lor Castor oil
ami for Costiveneaa in younn or oM there i
nothing in xisteucso rfltrtive anil reliable.
.Vent da any
I Ui ft 1. V ." of
I lnc, aaUl
RmaviilouaruukuKiu ain - . .
. Aiivertia's tvW$ Co., t Ivuii, M
(Or If plt:4 in line, over)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
K KIIV SToVE IS
WlieifViT t'stil er Si.M
i: Wei; Mini 1 7ai!
it'll M V SlI S
Won. 37, 38, 30, 47, 4S and 40
Are a M:ii velmi t oiuliiiiution of
A nl ill I tlie K.-cnti:il Points that pu In Make 1 1 j
MOST Perfect Cooking StOVC
l er Ollcrcilln Hie I'liOllc.
Ma.lnOlly by tin-
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
Niis. i2, i ll, (,IV uml l X. Main S.,
SI. loniN, ytn.
0. W. HENDERSON,
m,.m IMIIKOI) UHIHMII RAHI
Hilt, tMUUtV.k bfctf UtfliAb fiUyi.
TIIEOST.V 1IL1XT HOl'IK TO
Ihis Lite lnieitern are l,tnilel at
Centennial t.n.iiml.H, or at Itroail uml l'iim
Slrecla, iu vicinity l the I.neliir lintels in
I'hiiuneiiina, as tnev may prrh r. Hohlers ot
CAN STOP Orr ATTHK
Anil virit.lie I .overnnn iil BuiMlnfra, nl Ihe
:.any olijepl.s ol inlereslrt iu uml uhoiit Washing
ton i lly Travelers ileiiliiuir
ik ifAj T.w., in tc;rni,8 Trip,
Mioiilil renu niher that the
BALTiMORD & OHIO R. R.,
1st , leliuleil lor lis
EleRun CoHihws, Splendid Hotels, Qiaud
una titutirul aloimtain uud Valley
Hcmery, und tile many point of
1 .atone Interest AIuuk
; Firc till ALWAYS bi is LOW
- As by Any Gthsr Line
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Pun T hroiieli
r.. lww n h
Principal western and Castsn Cities.
LSMIJ Tlffdl'iill T1CKKTS. RAlil.l.AI.L
J' I hecks, Moveineut of 1 raina, Mfcping t ur
Aeronunoilatin.s, Ac, Ac. , apply al I ieki t
wunrs a, an ,uucipai l oini i,
NOBTn, SOUTH, EAST OR WE8T.
K. It. l'HISKV, I.. M.dd.l
.wnitnvi ickit Am. t.eu'i Tiekit aki
I runs, I'. im:v Tilosi. II. Ml Altl
w'"tr u- r v ;i si m -r ol Tr.i l
COHMNKION MMK'II ANTf.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kiwla hard ami soft,)
PLOOniNO, SIDING, LATH, &0.
Mill nd Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
So NJ Ohio Ive,
FOR FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL WELD 3-INCH IKON.
Junt what ia want's!. f"uj S-oent iam)i foj
circular to hMl'lKt fDRI Arll.1. ruHi.K Ci.
JTojr, ew iurk. J-.UI
I n as tin.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - $100,000
W IV 1IAM.IIi.VV, 1'r.ul.l.nt.
HKNIIV 1.. II AI.I.IDAV, TithI.
a ii sKroiii, ciHiihr.
WAl.TMl IIVSI.OI'. Abh'l ( Mr hi. r.
IKK TOIH ;
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II Ii. 1 1 ALLIDA Y, W'. I . llALIIOAY,
li. 1. W IM.IAMsn. SlKIMia Hum,
A It. SUrroiti),
Exchange, Coin and United StateB
Bonds Bought and Sold.
"fyil'OSiTS rmvlve.1 and general banking
N. ll. Vice l'n-9'l.
II. WYU.I, Cashier.
T. 1. Kcrlli, Ast. nsti'r
Cornr Coinni. rcl a1 Ave. and 8th tJtrt,
K. I!riss, Cairn. Win. Kliirc, Cairo.
I'. i H, ami. Mm. Wnllr, ( aim.
. Susnnka, Cairo. H I.. Ifillmi.'-U-y, vi. Limit
i- . I'liili r, Cairo II. Well; ( aiio.
V. II. Ilrinkinaii, s. Louis,
(encinl IiuiiUImh lliilnei, Hour,
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ml all h'isim'R.s .r. nii t ly uthMnliil to.
CHARTERED Bf ARCH 21, 1809
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
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11. II . ( I N.MMII1AM. II I. llAl.l.lCAV,
.1 . .I. I'HU.l.ll .
I XTKRKsi'r Ai.l on ili oosils at the rate rl o
L percent, per annum, M'uch 1st ami Swj.tiin
n-r 1st. Interest not wilhtrawn ia U'tiltsl iioine
liutely to the principal ol the ilepomU, thi ii hy
n vim; them eoiiiuoiititl interest
Harried Women and Children may
DepoBit Money and no ono
else can draw it.
Ojjn ttxy liusinesnilay froiulla in. to .1 p.m.
c i saturlay eveniiu'8 lor savings ileponita only
rum ti to s o'clock .
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly atienaea 10.
teTo laree consumers and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
oaontn or year, at umioriu raien.
CAIB0 CITT COAL COMPANY.
fJ-IIalliilay Tiro 'aoflli', No. Tu Ohio I.evrr.
f-llairiduy Hro 'fl whart'hoat.
fcf"At l.Kyptiau MilU, or
lJAl the Coal iMtinp, fi.ot of TliUty-Ei)ih
Pot Ottic Drawer. :m.
KEYSTONE U COMPACT.
MASITA' 11 111.11- OF
(Book and News Black a Specialty!
17 North Fifth Street,
Our Inks are ol'a su)H-rioriuality , Is-inir tuade
from the best iiiKredienta and under the personal
surviaion of a practical printer und pressman,
therefore wr will i.uarante- Kvery Pound oi lnk
sold to be of Superior Jet Black, Quick
Drying, and Entirely Free from Setting
Our prices are from till TO M VV.H I EST.
I. DSN tie than any other Inks mauuiactured iu
the I niteil .States.
A trial of a aaluple kef( will convince any
printer that he has been paying nearly iloni.U
i,..i i. ..iiuuia iui in. 4uks in limed taist
nil iu kt-Kt and barrels to tmit puichaatTa
Keystone Printing Ink Co.
17 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
BY virtue of a chattel inortiraiie, executed by
A. It. ait'onl and II. I.. Morrill as receiver
of the Cairo and uiccniies railroad and the
Cairo and ineennes railroad coiuiiany, to
the undersik'ned. lieariliK date February iBt,
s7"i, we will, ou the .M day of duly. IsTii, at
the hour ol li o'clock a. in-, at the roiiial iiiuisc
nl tlir Cairo and inieiines railroad, in Cairo,
Illinois, proceed to sell, at public vendue to the
highest bidder, the following dcacrihed )iror
ty, being a portion ol the rolling slock ol the
aa id Cairo and Vincennea railroad, and a por
tion ol tlie property desc rita-d iu said luoi Ikui-'c,
lo-Wil; I'UI ears nilinoereu ten n"j , ivventy
(."i). tvventv-two (.'.'). twenty-four (-4) . thirty
(lo), thirty-two ( thirty-four (:I4) , thirty,
eiitht (), foily-aix (W), lilly-two (v.!) , llfty-aix
(oe), M-velity-lwo (7'2),eventy-foiir (74). eighty
two (-), one hundred and six (li0, one hundred
und fourteen (111) one hundred and twenty (i.'o),
one hundred and twenty-two (1-.) one hundred
and twenty-eight C'-M one hundred and forty
two Hi) , one hundred and forty-tin (14'.) and
one hundred and sixty (Ion) .
Hal au.l coal t ars niwnlM ied tvventv-M-vcu (-T),
thirty-uiue (:') and forty-live (4. ; thut the
In ina of said tale are cash iu hand.
Dated June 17th. IfTd .
MtKXtL, MOUUAN A CO.,
The last elianee for good agricultural Innda on
Turn Vkahu' CaaoiT, at Mix raa is.nt. interesi.
lam't ruu any risks, but go to a couutrr that hat
been proved to be good, head your addi-esa by
boatal card tt Laud Coiu'r. U. AM. It. R.,
buriinatoo. Iowa, aud reeeivefree conv of Iowa
and Nelinuk 1 ariner, with iliurt of lands, uud
ow roiiud tup rate.
I he ulcltest, Nnrrit nnil I lienieat
I'hyaie.iaua lieolnlueli t, tud 1 allien deelair
that no nm h reiiKsliei havaeyer iH ii.re been in
use. Wonlt are cheap, hut the proprietor ot
thi'4earliple will preaent trial bottles to lnediciil
men. gratis, aa a Kiiarnnti of what lin y say.
I 111. l.NTAUIt MMMhNT, Whitk Wrap.
i-rn, Mill cure libpiimatinin, Neuniliria. I.nm
ham. sciatlm, takd XreusU, Hon- Mpiilea,
l-rosleil reel, Cliilblair.a, hwollinK". hiruins,
and nny onlinfiry
I 1 K-ll, I1JSK (III MIX I K AII.MKAT.
We make no iretense thut tins article will
cure cancer, restore lost hones, or (five Ileal III to
a vvhiskv soaked eareass, but it will alwa) a re
duce inifaiiimalioii aud allny pain.
I I Will extinct the poi-on ol bites und stinps,
and lintl tmriisors. iililn w itiioi T A si vr. Ciilsv,
Weak lla:k, Ciike'l I'.rra la, Karachi-, Toothache,
Ihii and cutanvulta Knivtiona rea lily j ield to
Henry lllaek, or A In, ll.-irdin Co , l.. says :
'.My wile has rheiiinati-iii for live yi-nri
no rest, no sleep eotii.i m,icir walk at-mia the
lloi r. she Is now roinpli-tely r.unst by the um
ol 4 entaur l.iniliienl. We 1 feel tlmiikliil to
you, and recommend your wonderl'til medii-inc
all our fi leinls. ' '
.lames llunl, ol miesville, Ohio, mys- " I i.
C'entnur I inimeut curnl my Nrnrdi'ia ."
Allnsl Tmh, ui Newaik. wrilcn: "Mend me
one loen holtlea by express. I he l.iuimeiil
Inn saved my Wfi. I waul to distribute ii, Ac."
The sale ol' this l.iniiueiit is im n j-iinr nip.
The Yellow Centaur Liiiinieut
is tor the tonirh skin, llesh and niu-cln of
llolisrs, YtCl.l.a AND AtlMAI.S.
We have never yet sts-n a euse o! Ntvin.
svveenv. Itiii-ltoue, Wiud-fiall. s-ratelie , or
I'oll-I'.v il, which this l.iliiliient would not
snisdilv la-tiellt. and we mvei saw but a lew
e..i-e.s vv hieh it woul-1 not cure. Ii M ili.i i nt
win n an) thin can. It is lolly to sa-nd .n l ir
a Karrier, when one d .liar's worth ol I enlaur
I iuiliient vvilldo la-tler. I he follow turf h-a sum-
pln.l' the t'-timonv priHliii-nl:
. I'. Hopkins, i'oaliiiaster, 1'i-iiiii, , layn
"I eiilunr I. nolle lit nul l Is K-at. II cuii-
evi l v tiiuc.''
Vil.v linos, li., Mai eh J, 11
" The I entaur l.iiiiiucnla are the la-l selliux
medicines we have ever bad I he demand is
very irn-nt lor it, niel wb caiiuot u0nrl to It
"I". II. IIIsl.i .y SON."
Jl II Eli-UK, .Mo., .Nov. to, 1-T.I.
"Some time ait'il was shippina: Imrse- to Ml.
1'iiia I got one belly cnppied in Ihe cjir.
Willi jrreal dillirulty I K'd bun to the stable.
1 he stable l.cejier rave me a botll- of your n-
tnur l.iniliienl, wiilen I iim.iwiiii such sin-c,
that iu tod.is the horse was a'-tiveaml nearly
well. I h.ive Issu a vejernmrv iirj;e.,ii or
Unity ye . is, but voiir 1 iniment ln-t.' unj thmjr
1 have ever u-e..
"A. -I. M'CAlil'V Veterinary f-'irenn "
For a postsK'-' nrnp we wi.T n all a Ceiit nu
.Minaiiae, eontahiiiiK hundreds nl eerlill'.-ile-,
I'll i in every Mute in the I uioii. 'I hoc l.ini
Jiients ii it- now sold hv all -le.iers in the country.
laiboratoiy ul .1. I!, lio-l. i ,
I-. I K V M , , MV lil'.k .
Cast or ia.
lr. Samin-I I'll, her, ol Ilv u.nis, Mass , ev -11
iiiienieil iu his private practice-, lor twenty
yi-ars. to prisluo a in 1 . 1 1 1 r. 1 1 . u thai would have
the propurtieaol CAMoli fill, withoul Us uu
pleasanl lateaud n iin; elliv!
It ih pri'aialion wa- -. nl I' r near an I lar,
till tlually he yave it the n uneol ait.. nij aa I
M.'W.'."M.irlll'iilarlv Willi the duol.lereit stoln-
achs and bouelA . I clnhlren. It A--i.viii.ath
Ilia I-ool, eilies sour stoiicich and wind coin-,
rcgulatca the bowels, 1 .rpt Worias, and may
Is- lvlied li ..iii iu i i ..uj.
As a pleaauiil, (Ueetive, and n l li-. l I f
Ciithaitic remedy, it i nuperior to V a ior"il,
Cnrduils and Syrupy. It ihs-s not conUiu .1. ...
hot, and is alailid to any ai'p.
I'.y riRulatiio; the stoioueh and bowels ol
cross and ii kly ehildit n, the) bii-oiee tfo.nl
n.ilui.sl uud heiilih) . I hi y eancniov sleep, an I
tuotl.ei.4 has e i.-1 Die I ustoi ia I- pill iii at tin
Laboratory ol I. ii. lio e ,v o , 4-. i . . In- I,
.New I oik. iiiuv.: . vv -I :t
A KIK I I M OItK.
WHOI.I-BA.LE AND KFTAIL,
IN THR CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Uornor lwth St. and Cocaumrclal Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
nml I rilllkllll
a i,i. '!
t luirlered by the
State of Manna
for the ev press
purpose ol limn?
iinmciiiaic rein i
nulliaseaof private, chronic, und urinary di
aeusea in all their complicated forms. It is Well
know n that Hr.iluinea has atixid at the tiead of
the prolession for the atst years. Age and
eiiH rieiieeaieall-lllil.ol lullt. Ni'luiilHl M cllU-iit-aa,
night losaes by dreams, pimplea on the
t'm-4-. lost manhood, can positircly be ciueed
I.adiea wunting the most delicate attention, e;ill
or w rite, I'le.L-unt home for palienls. A book
for the million. Marriage (iuide. w hich lells
you all ahoiil these diaeasea who ahoul 1 iniirry
wliv not pi li nts to pay postage.. Ir. dailies
has ill rooms and parlor. You hie uo one but
the doctor Mine hours, u a. lu. to 7 p.m. Sun
days, lo to )-. All bilsinesa etrietly contlden
L.I A II. K. Akix Chlcas
Z.. 3D. Akin Co.,
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
105 Commercial Avenue, ... CAIKO, ILLS.
If Tho.e lavorinir us vvilh il.. r tr
.ir.i...i i..... 1:. ..' "'
will iiui a eoi,iiieie 1-lieol go
'elect, at botumi prices.
Ll.s 111 II w
FnKlisli Brusseli, 'J'bree I'ly and Infrraiu,
also, Mail- Caipeti, Velvet ltuga. Crumb
Clotba, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the OM Tlace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
CarpeU carefully packed andseut to any
part of the I niteil States fi eeol t-Uarge.
tcTSEND rOR PRICE LIST.-
7-1-1 J-. J. A. BENDALL.
anmv j.i " . . .i.v
Leading Journal of Southeru
' r 11 4X s-fi
..k. a u -
Will eteadfustly oppose the policies ol 0
Kcpubllciku party, and re lime to lr trtui
Diulled t.the illrtatiotiof aoy clbjue In the
It bi-.lbves that the Kepublican party baa
Uliilled Its tiilrkion, aud that the itf.K
trail., party as now or.-;aulzed should I t re
(tured to powr.
It lieii.-ve tlio H ileal tyrauuy that tit
er suveral yearn oppreaacU the SeutL
ihoiild be overthrow n and tbe people 1 1 itic
outhtra Mlalet peruiiit-l to coU.ol lieu,
iwu all aim.
It beitcvat that railroad rorporattcB
liaoiii.t be probibllcJ by legislative et. i. ti
emits from evtortui ac I unjustly dsscnia-
inatiu in tot tr I.UsliiL.is ti aii, tl..., -,vii i
It recohle the equality ol i L.i-ii
lore the law.
It adv.ii alei fire couiUierie tarltl lot
advocate. iiiiuuptlou ol specie ;.av
Uient, ah. I liOLtut pijrneiit ot lun pu'.oi
It alvocatei economy mini 1.uil...,
tton ol j 1 1 1 1 1 . aflalt'
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vi ( airo, and a variety or Coniuiordal, IV
lUlcal, Forcia and (leni-ral News, uud ei.
dcavor to please all tastea and interest ah
T II K -JVeEKLY
U a thirty-two column paper, furmbeit lo
lubvcriberi tor tbe low price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
Toatage prepaid. It Ih tbe cheapest pupta
in the West, and ia a pleusluK r'iresiu .
VUitor and Family Companion.
Cannot Jail to ice tho ucvaled induce
matita offered by Tbe bulletin in tbo way
of choap and profitable advertliemcntr,