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ratling Winter I'tery Pce.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
. R4)irLL J. IIIDLJI,
of New Yoik .
TIIOttAS A. Hr.lRI Ht.
The Tilden and Hendricks letters have
jrivfnunivcrs.il satisfaction to ieinovrat.
In Washington city-.
ZaCH Chandler is conducting the
Hares and Wheeler campaign. Chan
dler is Grant's secretary of the interior.
The exincies of the campaign in
Vermont require the pre pence of Re
publican speaker, and Brlstow Is to take
the stump there this week.
Gen. Bf.x. Harri90n. who has been
placed on the Republican ticket in Indi
ana, In place of Orth, Is said to be a man
of excellent refutation. He exhibits
treat repugnance to becoming a eandi
date, and it is doubtful it he will accept.
Thirty-one Republican senators have
signed Mullett's application forre-instate-
tnent as architect ot th treasury. Many
of Grant's pcrsoual friends, among these
Boss Shepherd, arc active in bchalt ot
Mullelt. This Is a shininff Instance of
retorm within tfee party.
Tex thousand copies of the majority
report of the Mississippi investigation are
to be printed for circulation as a can
paiiin document by the Republicans
The Republican members of the cow-
mlttee read the report iu the senate be
fore submitting it to the minority, nnd
the action has very jutly incensed the
Democratic members of the committee.
Immediately upon the conclusion ot
Babcock's trial at St. Louis, the following
telegram, with its signature, was sent to
Chicago. Feb. 21. 1S7G. To Gen. O.
E. Babcock, St. Louis : Hearty congrat
ulations from me aud others from South
em Illinois. Green B. Halm.
Gen. Raum is now Grant's lately ap
pointed commissioner of internal reve
The text of the bill repealing the re
sumption clause of the resumption act
is as follows ;
Be tt enacted, tie., That the resump
tion-day clause !n sec. .1 ot the act to pro
vide for the resumption ot specie pay
meats, approved Jan. 14, 1875, which
clause is in the words lollow ing. viz
"And ou and after thu 1st day ol .Tumi
ary Uie secretary of the treasury shall re
ilwm in coin the United states Ieual len-
the assistant treasurer in the City
New Vt.rk in sums ot not less than $."0,
be and is hereby repealed.
The bill was passed by the house on
Saturday last. It is not likely that the
senate will concur.
The Alleghanney, l'enn.. Evening
Mail, a Republican newspaper in
an issue ol recentdste, touches
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upon a heretofore unwritten cnaincr
resident Grant's history. As to the
truth of this story the Slut writer affirm
Wc speak w hat w e do know, and testify
to what we have seen nnd heard with
eur ow ii eyes and ears. It Is the vrrita.
We truth." The story will be read with
peculiar interest by the old time residents
ot Cairo. The Mail tells it thus: It
wa sometime In the sum
mer of 1?C2 that the first whUky
ring was formed. Gen. Grant was In
command of the department of the south.
with his headquarters at Memphis, lenn.
It was during this time that Gen.
Grant s famous whisky orders were pru-
miileated. The occasion of these extraor
dinary pronuneiamentus 1 still frc.-h In
the memory ot a number of living wit-
nesses. At the time of which we are now
writine whiskv was selling in Memphis
at from from forty to fifty cents per gal
lon, and all other liquors in the same
proportion. lien. Grant, through his
friends, united and purchased all the
available liquors in the market at that
lace. Alter it had been bought
and delivered into tins nanus
of bis friends and agents. Gen. Grant
suddenly discovered that there w as en
tirely too much whisky coming within
lines, lie immediately issued a posi
tive order prohibiting any more liquor
from being transported to Memphis. In
three days after the issuance of the la-
nious whisky order, the price of whisky
1 from fiitv cents a gallon to
from three to five dollars per gallon, at
rnr.iinT to oualitv. This order was
maintained and strictly enforced until all
the liquors! were consumed within the
lilies, or more properly speaking until
Grant's agents had sol J out and raked
Into the Dool an immense
pile of greenbacks. Shortly after
wards Gen. Grant suddenly tiis-
cnvi-red that liauor was again needed
within the lines for hospitals and rnedici
iial purposes, but there was no new order
issued until his partners anu agents iiau
time to visit Cairo and buy up every gal
Ion of liquor available in the city, besides
having large quantities shipped from St.
Louis to Cairo, awaiting the fresh order
No. 2, which took off all restrictions and
opened up the whisky trade again in
Memnhls. Gen. Grant s agents, in ttie
meantime, bcinz fully posted, had
their shipments all made and their li
ouor on the way and in market before
outsiders knew anything of the order. O1
course the market was completely
glutted, and the price of w hisky immcdi
ately declined at Memphis to fifty cents a
cation. Now mark, as soon as Grant s
friends, heavy invoices bad been received
the general discovered that there was so
much liquor shipped that there was im
minent danger ot demoralizing the army
and at once issued another order to pro
hibit any more liquor from coming with'
in the lines. Whisky again went up on
thwarted and disappointed in the object
that brought them here the swelling
advertisement of their merchandise.
Disguise it as we may by such hiuh
soundlng expressions as the "parliament
of nations," and "the federation ol the
world," the prime object of this show is
not patriotism, or the promotion of the
era ot peace ; it K (wc would as well call
things by their proper names) that the
merchant princes" (a poetic name for
rich shopmen) may introduce their good
to a large number of buyers.
Philadelphia, the largest manufactur
ing city ot this hemisphere, wanted ft
heavy advertisement, hence she raised
$S,0t)0,C00 for enthusiasm, of which she
lid a part.
Portions of huropc nnd perhaps Oj
Asia have learned that Philadelphia
is not an island, and is not in South
America. The spread of geographical
nowledirc is not unimportant. Eng
land, Prance, Russia, and other coun
tries desired to display certain products
that tin v honed to sell in this mar-
et, and, alter ferrying them across the
Vtlantic, about oue-third as many peo
ple have come to see tliem as went to me
xpositions in Paris and Vienna In the
same length of time. The educational
display, that in w hich the different coun
tries try by means of maps, charts, text
books, school apparatus and furniture,
to show what they are doing in the in-
truction of the young; and the displays
ot various nations ol what they have nc
bending of your published article Implies,
lih, rather, that iney nro an uuitu suc
Many misstatements respecting Hie jet
ties have been published in the New Or
H-ailS Jirp'thltcu". WHICH naie i u.-ii
uncontradicted because of its manifest
spirit of unfriendliness tithe enterprise-,
it being considered that the results would
be limply sullicieiit to nrovn themselves
in good time and the incorrectness ot the
many nilsrepreseiitatbinsinade respecting
The statement that -rapt. Lads has
borrowed a dn dgc-boal of the city au
thorities, and I trving to dredge out rt
channel at the tumuli of the river, 20 feet
deen, in order t get the first instalment
on the jetty work IVoni the government,"
is altogether untrue. It is true that I ap
plied to the "eitv authorities' for the
loan of one lor n few days for the
purpose, of "facilitating nnd expe
diting" the execution of a
channel tlimuati the Light
house point bar above and to the left of
the head of the pass but as Ciipt. Eads
disapproved ot its use there, and pre
ferred to ilntieiid upon the scour to be ob
tained by j. ttv coiiivntritioti of the river
current Vver'tho upper middle ground
shoal, the u-e of the boat w as not ae
edited, nml no tin dire-boat at nil has
ever been mcd anywhere In South pass,
cither at its bead or mouth.
The Charles W. Lord did not get
a around, and was not. therefore, "taken
offbv o tug." n- stated, either at the
mouth or head of S nith pass. The Mor-
ir.m itv wut srroiiiiiied entirely to one
side of t he. head of pass channel, and on
the light-bouse point bar. between South
west and Sou'h passes, and unnecessarily
The published report of (icn. Com
stock of t he jetned channel as it was
three months ii'ro is not considered at all
unfavorable; it is a report of what was.
With the rcMiiest that you will publish
this letter, I tun very respectfully yours.
;. . i;. invi.i.v.
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Mr-cot . 4 hi
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comnlished in the line of civil engineer- . V ! . ' . ""y ""'
K "s . t in tin vi mill.
n. nn.l f lit.!!, iiiilitnr.f nnj imv-il cv. I - ..... .1
IlUt Ullll VI llivu liliili.il J ti'i'i iii... uj ..-
terns and establishments, are about the
only sections of the tairln which the visi
tor can wholly forget mart. The paint-
ngs and marble statues iu the art gallery
are lor sale, and they will be sold very
ow, for it is evident from the small num
ber disposed of that many will remain
after the teuth of November. Of the build-
ngs, memorial hall, machinery hall,
and the horticultural pavilion belong to
the city of Philadelphia, and they will re
main, but, the mammoth main building,
the United States government building,
the women' pavilion, all the state build-
ngs, and the many structures with a
foreign air, to say nothing of the the
thousand agricultural follies built by pri
vate enterprise, outside the Centennial
enclosure, of such coinbustable stuff that
the city authorities will not allow them
to stand, will W sold and carted away.
The Ohio state building, which is built
of stone, it is thought, w ill be purchased
by the park commi-sion. For the Mich
igan state building, w hich has jut been
completed, and which U confessedly the
most perfect villa of them all, there have
been many bidders. No bachelor can see
this almost ideal dwelling without pro.
found reflection, rounded by a sigh ; he
would not refuse it if presented by an
heiress or any other fellow. ).
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.r !'; ri: J v'; "S'V'X liarteriHl by the
,V! hi' WW V Stute of Illinois
te&&WM' Si f'.r ll.e x,.re-
.. t ,'.V'-t 'i 1 purj'os' ot Kivmx
. iiuiiu'liHto r li
n oil m.i . .f i.rivulp. i lironic Hint miliary ilr
tun- in all lln-ir . ..nuilicntnl forms. It is t
known tU:it Ur.-liiiiies lia (.l-xi'l "t ttie tie-.i't of
On iii-ofi-.ion for llic past t" vear-. Aire ami
e vii rii'ti''eiir-'.l-iineoitaiit. Seiiilnal H i'ak
.....w nn!il I Iiv ilrHlns. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 f S Oil til
r...... 1,... .,..,,,1, 1 i-.ti iiii.iinilv l.f cure'l
1 ,1,1;. . M imiiii.' tliv mo-t iiclicsito attention, rail
..t-i-in. i'!..-i.:iiit lioint' for oatit-nts. Al
f,.r 1!, o inilliuti. Marri.iKP i.ni'U-. wlii' li till
von all aU.iit tin -. ii- a--s w lio
wliv nol-l" n-iit.- t-. eay ii-t:ii:
has ro..nii aid 'itr I
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LVIT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
l.,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
loTTo largo consamers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
;o supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAL COMPANY.
tITalliiUy Rro offleo, No. 70 OhloLevfe
-llniriilay ltro 'a wlmrfbuut.
l-.Xt Kirviitlun Mills, or
tfAt the Coal Hump, fout of Tuu ty-Eighth
tyrost Offlcf Prawor, ann.
Art niufttrttrd Work T5
to the iumnl ftud niar
rii?t hlp tin the tiivati-rit
of the teiual trilem, if mbu
rt., Mien u.M'UTiTiPi in mm
icit nrf t)t' rptrmMluction t how la
'uii audiniUdlr jttl btm.d rrd itid prrrrvt ii t
cutiUin intunnatHm, wtiirh no one can tlmi to b with
out i on how to pnfenre tii Imlth, nd miuprrtkro, an 4
ivtu fd1 t firt ki trip tn-tKut-M ul youUi : the brt And
i-nlv true Mamie Ouid in the world. Prtr dbcrutm
by Mail. Thr author may be contu't-! priir ot ttf
mail on any of OiepiiM'f tP mfMtinnttl in hn wr rh i jilia
lit. A. ii. IS w aaluutfuui V, CtuoafXX
Mamaif tuil il;utratw
(rum lite hrt a. thr in
quiittivf Houid know oa
("'utiohip, Marnip, ti
fid IU ationa ot the
iVrtua iTvtrm.how torara
' 1 k'fid of Di with hundrla of alnati ir rr.pt a,
who thouid marrv.thp impedimenta to mamafreheir na
ture aitd ruTe. 1 r att on a 1 lnt-ri, tu.y exn.ainmfc their
cautei, lyniptnni and meaTif to cure ; it it u onif n if
arieni.flp work at hi' knd ever pi.iiiih d. and it torn (new
In evrrv ertneft. Hent w-ciireiy tea led on feint of r eta.
Adirri. Ir. .'. A. H""nsan. hit "urlU i dtil ltltW
tot. huuit, Mu. ttabi lilted iu lsJS
1 to 1J. All I'liine.s hi
Viiu no one lnit
' in. lo . P in ''
ALABAMA ALL RIGHT.
FirHt On 11 of lh CampuiKU
TilUeu and ttefonn.
' r'l KI.U'iN il.ll-
The . CliicMgii Tribune fxpr-f 8 tin
ojiiniori that "In the -Jectioii tif 1S7C,
il will not be Mifliciuit for the Kepubli
011 to elect Hayes an J W heeler: they
'must eee to it that lli-y regaiu the con
'trol of the house f representatives.'
The Tribune give the political statu of
tlx present house, as compared with the
prevou C5oriTes, bhowing tlie huoiUt
ot reprefefetiUtive the liepuUicans rnu'-t
elect to regain hat they lost in 1T2.
The 7Vtun iimulate tnuch cheerfulne?
in regard to the recovery in Illinois:
The entire cemtined majority claiajed
'by the three Deroocrata who represent
'the Chicago district it says doe not ex-
oted M) votes. TLtt three district
can readily be recovereJ by majorities
ranging from 2.000 to in each di
tskt. The aevcbth and tenth diitrict,nar
repreentd by o-.-aUe-l Independt-LU
will without doubt elect lpublic-ans.
In the Thirteenth district, a Hepublican
windUplaoe Mr. Stevenoii, who, elected
'as an lnd pendut, Las avowed hiiDwlf
'a Ix-mocrat. In the x-venteenth dirtrict
'M-r.MorriMn will have acoinjetitjr who
'can hardly be d-kated; and in the
'Eighteenth anl Nineteenth di-tricts,
which two year were Ion by d-fnu!t
'lirfrpubi.cani ought now to be elected.
The next d-legation from Illinois thould
eUnd fourta Jiepubliccs to five Iein
ocrati." W rentore to ay that the
Tn,ttls deoeired iu ta hoje and
wrofag U a taicttUtiou and that the
ovettiWrr elc-cuoti wUl thow thii. The
cnicagoaittricu iu remain vtry inudi
a they are. In the Thirteenth dUtrict,
Mr. fcstenon euiiJo improved chajuxt-
for a re-election. In the Seventeenth
district Mr. Morruon cannot be defeated
And la thii dii-trict, the Eighteenth. Uie
Itepubiicans have been unfortunate
in their candidate and Lave given Mr
Hartzell a walk-over.
When they nominated a UniOD soldier
they ahould have taken one who u not
doubly afflicted, wheu in the army , with
bre eyes and a refractory home. Wiley
hlmaelt waa a brave as Alexander, but
Lu horse was no Bucephalous. He smelt
the battle afar off aud ktayed away from
It. On one occasion, atraight into the
jaw oft gapping fence corner lie rode bis
rider and preferred it to the battle'a roar
and a possible cannon shot. These
sore eyes and a bad horse were
ttiecausei that led to Col. Wiley's leav
ing the army before the war wan over,
and tt Is now rumored that lie will with
draw from the congressional contest. Iu
any event the success ol the Democracy
to this district Is assured. And we see
do reason to believe that any district In
use autt now represented by a Democrat,
wilt he changed by the tall elections.
Th indications are all In fVor of the
the laaiionw rf tVi nrilpr. frnm fifv n
to from three to live uonars. nui
Ptrange no persou had any large quant!
ties ot liquor on hand but Gen. Grant
partners, who reaped a rich harvest oil
tMa skillful maniDiiliition of th
market. General Grant's share
of the plunder umt have been
enormous, as some of his partners
amassed large fortunes from this first
venture. Col. Win. S. Hillyer, for in
stance, one ol his staff officers, accumu
lated enough money in a few month? to go
to New York and engage in the banking
business. '"Interpreted iu the light of
the little episode which we have related
of Lis early life," says the Mail, -the
'mysterious sympathy aud leniency
'shown to the criminals convicted of rob
bing the revenues of the trovernnient,
'especially in connection w ith the illicit
liquor business, will not be surprising to
The Cincinnati Gjvtreutl sys tliit
Mr. TilJen. in hi letter, "write Ue a
school ma?ter of finanw."
MoNiuoMK.nv, Ala., Aug. ". lleturns
from various points ot the State indi
cate a sweeping Democratic victory.
Houston's inajortty for governor will
not be less than 2).ihki, and will probably
go much higher. The Democrats have
made gains in every pari of me suite mat
has been heard from, and will have a
large majority in the legislature.
Montgomery, Aug. ". Ueturn show
Democratic train everywhere. Enough
have been received to warraut the state
ment that the Democratic majority will
be thirty thousand. Many counties here
tofore Keiiublican send Democrats to the
legislature, and the majority will be very
large. The vote by congressional dis
tricts show seven ot them Democratic
and one lb-publican. As lar a heard
from there has not been a dturbance of
any kind in the state. The utmost good
feeling prevails everywhere.
Wtllrnon Flte1 to Cona-rr.
Lon.svii.Li:, Augu-t C In the con
gresional race to-day Watterson was
electfi by aa overwhelming majority,
only a few scattering votes being cast
for lleaiiy. In-Jej-ndtt leniocrat.
STR ATT0N & BIRD,
AQENT3 ATiEntCAN POWDKR CO
57 Ohio Xifivee.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A rc'ilirt? Mnat'1 D'l 1-rV.lf tjijiiifl'rj pbvikun d1 Uia
m-'-t luocesnral, tu -ii',ucp mil m -.
Cnrc all forms of PRIVATE,
CHRONIC aud SEXUAL DIS
EASES. m w
Spermatorrhea and Impolency,
t'.e T' tlit ft ;f-lle Hi VOU.1! aru:l rt-i1 D Hi a-
t'rr j vti. r u r 'n ., tu-i frt-in .ut .fn-c f tn-f. -
li w.ai i Nfi w"iiiir-, r mi:i4l r nni-n tuiirlit tnnf
fij .f,. v il-'riri.'), h in if o f .-.fclit . t. -tw- Mfi:iff, I't.y
t 'ft I -.: r . Pi :i; l"i '-ti ! ('- , A v rion t- r' (rtv wf 1 (ital,
t'ontuM. tt -f I l-'i -r s u(i l 'VT. 4- ., rv d. rstn
Ljrrifc' hti,(T '! 'ini1 llirrmrh!t an-1 -ni.a-
T:-titiy ci.-.'l. SYPHILIS ' nt.J n-
l'wZ?Jl2?x fY.miu Gonorrhea.
QLlETi MTicturr. OnDUtt, If cm .4, M ii-tsuit
fti .t.-j u -r Tiat- li-ct' ii). k rurl.
It i- ft.- f -tvi-lut If.t i hj; irUu ! pn ial aitrnMcQ
t'i crtin ia- ff 'Mi;as--. iii'l tr"iiliir tlin'jsHh.ta n.iiy
!,. rt. '(u(r fn.mi akiil. 1't ti'-tan tlU" ttif t.i trl i.rttn
n.wtnm' ii'l i"T.-ri t mv cp'-. Whi It I ufni'tji t
i-.t th- ' Hr Tt trcam-nt, inini cn b trtut riiU:lj
&a! -itfelT tT u'tl or cxi-rot tuyn fiem.
Care Guaranteed In all Cases
i i.u'...u'1'.m i,-a"nrlr r hr totr trm ti1 frTlt-M.
Of 200 ', 'nt ti rMr'-, crart'lv IH, t-r ttiirtT
( ji reriti. hrn"jl4 rt" r"l I.t all. Ad tr-iui itmr,
ClXc tivur fruui K A. M. Ur r. U. uulaj, 1 t 4 P. M
BOX and BASKET CO
IKiU r in-
All kin'l3 (li&r-l anil sofi,)
FLOORING, SIDINO, LATH, &c.
Kill and Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
Kr'jm cur rtgur CorTpondent.
Philadelphia. Au. 5. 1T
ro build an international city and pull
down in one year U a feat that has
tx-en reerveJ for tiw nineteenth century.
Kngland, France and Austria have done
it. The United Mau.-t will fcoon have
done it, and iu K. that wonderfully
ela-lic iople, acrot-t the Atlantic, are to
have a world's fair that will eclipse our
a completely a- the typical American
Euppont-fe ours to eclipse a!l former fair.
They did not do things in thi way in the
old Lime.. Look at the pyramids ot
fctfJT'ti they were substantial; nothing
liucy about them M only way to pull
lUeiL. Qown Va year wi,uM t wltU Uy.
namlte. '1 Ley are not as aubiiuie a a
mountain nor sn beautiful as a tree, and
they are not good tor anything, but but
I wub 1 had kept off of the pyramid,
there U something to lrceh and newpy in
them, that when you commence v riting
about them it U alincet itnpoci-iblc to
Tin re has Uen fcoiue talk duiing the
la?t week of continuing the exhibition
longer than the tenth of November, but,
those who expect to tee it after that dale
will be disappointed . It has been defi
nitely decided that It must clone on tha
day. Irom the tenth of November till
the flrt of Iieccmbcr, there will be the
confusion of removal and demolition
The paradise of jew, gentile and yaukee,
spvi-ulatora will be In and around Fair
mount 1'ark. ery little, it is safe to
say, will be taken back to Europe, Aeia
Africa, South America, Australia, Can
ad a Mexico, or the Sandwich Islands
to any of the countries that have con
tributed their might or mite to our fair
I am disposed to think that the majority
ot exhibitors both native and foreign
will leave Philadelphia with di-guot
They have no doubt been impressed with
the magnitude and resources ot our fas
younjr uatlou, but, they Lave been
( apt. !:' Jrlti.
To tie Eiifcor cf the Chicago Tribune.
New Okllav-, La., July lu your
i-ue of the 'ii inst. there i published
an article Le;.-d (.apt. LaJ?" Jetties
I'rotibly a Fatiure." uken lroni
Mem! his AcalarU of the lt'th.
presuming that you will bewiiliLg to
j'rtnent to your reader i the contra eUte
ments herewith sent. 1 resi.ctfuJly uu
tnit the following: At the out4rr jetty end.
at the mouth !outh i'a-s. there are two
channels, one the middle channel and the
other the ca-.t channel. , wuje ana oeep
channel, everywhere more than 2) f-:l
deep, ha bc.n scoured out to a poit.t
jut within the jetty end-, but there an
old mud-lump hoal, with about 11 feet
of water on its erect, intervenes between
the two channels named. Ve-cU have
grounded on this mid lie-ground" i-hoal.
it i true, but it is none the less true that
on each tide of it much dccer water is
found, aii 1 apt. Kads" elteinent of
depths, as publi-hed In the Jltratd, wa.i
strictly correct, a- Is also the following,
publiitlted in tlic New Orleans Timtk of
oki r.iin, juiy v, i-.'j.
G. V. J. Havi.it, ltei-i-h iit Kngiucer
South I'hj-s Jetties :
Lieut. Maguire of revenue cutter John
A. I'ix, who was officer 1 the day yes
terday, aud obcrved the t-oundings
coming iu lxtwwn the jetties in the
cciitral ihannel, informs me that the
least depth found was 10 ft et. This
with the tide nail a loot ueiow average
flood tide. The correction for the tide
gives twentv feet h ast ilepth ou the bar
at average flood tide.
K. L. 'I'KTHKI.I.,
t'hief Assistant Knginet r.
It has never been rtated that the simie
depths had, as yet, been nbtainetl over
the "middle-ground'' fchoal whidiexii-ts
abort the head of the passes (in the main
Mississippi river,) as at the wmk of the
pass, and no one connected uiih the jet
ty works has ever authorized any such
statement. The accoinpanj lug article,
published In the New Orients TunemUUt!
2'ith, explains the present "situation" of
the jetties correctly, in every particular,
aud the announcement vVtcrday of
twenty feet ilepth to sea at verngti Mgh
tide verities the prediction thcrciu that
it would soon be obtained ut the mouth
ot South pass. This depth ot water, iu
a channel to the sea at the mouth of any
one ot the Mississippi passes, has never
been known before, ami it prove,
(because obtained exclusively by
jetties, unassisted by dredg
ingfor no dredge-boat Is now or ever
has been employed there, and it is not
Intended to work one there) that the jet
tws wo not -probably a tailujc," as the
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ar. 1 I'.:-r in
R. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'Fl I AL kttenti1)! Ki'.tu to cnsijriiUjtiita sn 1
, CAIEO, ILLINOIS.
To whom Pensions are
PATTi HVKHV. Moldler
,JrISAIlLI.U while la Uo line
7 . . t.i tiiiiy, citnor uy -.iatn( o
" "'t,J,;"o t.iaUX, pittx youa potion,
i J.e of tu (ivti you ptiuiloQ.
ILvltrtol naive fs jrou tiloiU
ttZZt ,,M' riTZCERALOp
,u,m iiipous. i 'a,
OT Ou na Uiu-r uaf S l'. O. Box
, Ui Ul4t ,tuw tt. 4vtnuMniib
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
POR YOVUa WOMEN.
-er..n. ,-'u """""-' iu K7.Sll.h.
I ii. r Mntlcro l.sujfU.;;. !..
Ad'lrLl Vi v'v'!.' - "d rt.
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I'llUTV VEAU1 Ul:rt)UE XIIK ri'MLIC.
DR. C. M9LANE'S
C E I. K II KATE I)
h'jH 1 UK CI HK CF
I Ii-patitis or Liver Complaint,
I - V-jII-I SIA AM) SICK IIKAIjAUIE.
SIXTIT STREET, Botwcen oniO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufactures hfa own HortM Shoes and
can Assure Oood Work.
St. Charles Hotel,
RICES REDUCED TO SUIT THE TIMES
Room and Board. 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board , 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Day
Special Rates by Week or Montk.
A limitt'il numlxT of very tlt-MruM lmnily
rtxiiiiK can )e Mn:tirel at ruaitunalile rstt'S tur tin
I lie M. harlt-M is Die lament and lKt nmxiint-
el 1 1 on e in FciiiUit-rii I lllnult, atil in tlie liiulin
hull I in t aim .Noln Hlilnli'liiiK the "lie
Hulk" reiliiuli'in in rn-, (lie table will,ak
u-uul. ! liU mllv iiiiihet with the very Itenf
ol everytluiii: tlint tan ik nmnti in niwuei.
r'itie Wre aiiile rM)ina fur commercial truv
t-ler-. tin u r iiik1 lluur. I'rit-tif fliarife
Cr"AII liuKKiiiretit Kintnts fouvejeil to anil trom
the hotel without t imrire
J r, EXT W 1 1."0 Y ( O. ,
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
"MAIN in the right side, under the
J. edge of the rils increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
bide; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affet ted with loss of
appetite and sit knes ; the bowels in
general are restive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, act ornpaiiiul with a dull,
heavy sensation in the batk part.
There isgenerally a considerable loss
of memory .accompanied with apain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant, j The patient
omplains of weariness and debility ;
he is tanily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation cf the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
fit ial to him, jet he tan scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fat t, lie distrusts every rem
edy. Several cf the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, vet examination cf the body,
after death, has shown the mvfk to
have been extensively deranged.
Ac; uk and fj;yi:r.
Dr. C. M'.I.ani's I.ivi.r I'iixp,
in- t as! s or Aoi k and I i viK, when
taken with Quinine, are productive
cf the most kippy results. No better
cathartic can be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
l'or all liilious derangements, anil
as a simple purgative, they are un
I'nuled, IlKWAIt K OF IMITATION!.'
The genuine Dk. ('. M. Lane's
Livi.it 1'iixsare never sugar coated.
Lvtry lox has a ret I wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dk.
M'.I.axk's Livi r 1'in.s.
The genuine M. Lane's Ijver
I'n.f.s bear the signatures cf C.
MVLank and I'lemimj J!kos. on the
Iwf- Insist on jour druggist or
storckecjKT giving jou the genuine
Du. C. -M. Lane's Ijvek I'ills, pre
pared by i leming Uros., I'ittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable druggists
ami country storekeepers generally.
Iu tliotc wiliili( to fly Im. C. M'LANl't
l-JVKa I'lLU, tril( w will matlaiukl pid to auy
I ..n ..I the l iiueil Sulci., uue Lu ul J'iIU iur
tc:.ty live ce"l
FAI .T A.M OlIJH.
ord s mm
In all T heir tH-armitnlH
Oommenclnir Kay let, 1876.
Rich Black Silks
The MoHt C elilirutfl Ltodh Ixionie,
At II 35 Kwlurrtl from ft I 0,
At ft I AM Ketlurwl iriun II S7,
At ftl 7.1 HHu.-ed froiu ft-i H,
At ft'4 VO Keilurt-l fr-.m ft '4 M,
M W d ruiy Silk:
At Mr Uctlurad frnre ftl 1ft,
At II OO RMtuertl Iroia ftl ftd,
At ftl S.t lte.liK-c.1 from II (IU,
At ftl AO IUsluoe.1 from ftl M.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Tall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
Alwuyt on band, Uie celrbratetl illumlostlng
Corner ElTnth Street and Waahlnc
(HOW DA SHINE)
4 T-fc..,. - i . " Xz j "1
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
isr the Use nl winch every inmily liny jrive
their I.inen tlut lirillin' ioli-h iiet nliur to line
launury work. MtvuiK tuneun'l iktii.r in Irom
itiK. Iimre limn It entire font. Vt rrnlel.
Bold By Druggists and Orocsrs Ererywher
ASK KOU IiOltltlNS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. & CO.. 13 N. 4th St,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington ni Commercial
ATenaee, adjoining' Hanay'a.
EKPS for Dale the best Beef, prk, Mutton
m, utmu, iauaaKe, c. ana is pre
w -rrvr IHIfllliefl in
i an aeneptalilo ma irr
DISPENSARY I 2-"
A FliyuolOKlcu View cf M.rriu
pr i.ie luarrikU and t!i.e c..nt luiiiatii.c
iiarriK. ou Hi-liiyrti-ritfit n-nrtxlui-L.
nimihiKMl auil woii.nh.Ml Aa lllyitrttrd rxjok otilii,t,.
i..r priv.i. iUii,it.ui.h.l.uuiUbtktpluiivkriut.Vi4
k T-S-nt urnl.-r f irAnctf.
n a Pnvt Nature in i.tl. b.... .I.- .
i.r.lr...)tiun.u,rrt, ii.d th-in-ainulcure.LAipuf
MEDIC AL ADVICE on hetualand Chroni.
S.,mii,.I Ue.k, ...... c.l.rrh, C ni--r,K.ilitUre.llti,un
, V J ' - . Mil'.. prB4 HIT III VIM. Al
11WI WW! IK CRESS MOBS
Jn( aiiul'K llair. (.hevlota, an-1 fiimiiKf, Ke.
uutru w i , I i tjen La i, ir.iu - ',
SI Ml, 1 -,' anI ii U".
Popular Dress Gtoods
In New ami KafliinnaMe Kalirira and I oliim, ol-
fi r-l at
I2i; Hetuirf fnm 1H-;
lti; ICnlur) friim ft.'Vei
!-ic Kedurwl frum Oej
UHr lteituevd Irorn X7r;
3c, t'uriiier price c to ftftc.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At Srt, ftl'Xi anil Vi:, Furmarly fol'l at $."'1,
S- anI -".
Slid, ill Scirlel Stella. Shvls
At IS, tr. aml$'-
tteifuoetl from $'0, 1 (-'.,
LLAKA, 0770KAK& SSEWD SHAWLS
At Jl .' to-'- littuia from i to
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
Ttie Ijitral I'aris Style rran 1U t'jiwartU. tm
lirat iOK tlie choic.nl noveltiee at
Ladies' and Childrens UnJerwcar
An IiiuiK-nae Stock of Must Ileautifiif ami
All at Very Oreat llojurtion.
Ladles', ( hildrcn's and Gentlemen's
lire booaai'oiiiainiiniseo paaTaaaiMlfvrrrthiBawonh
aii.. .hr on Hi-.uiguri, icul a'uurely aealed cn ro.
npt efflO eta. Ail lrr... Dr. Butts' Di.Mn..
H. 8tHit..ftt. Louit.Mo, lE.uliii.iicU in:.
Juncttsmof Broadway, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY.
I hree works wi-at of fi rand Centrul Deiiot
near the Klrvatrti ftallroad, and but twen
ty ininutea lroin Wall Street. All modem
improvement. Kates j,er day. Lib
eral terms tofanialiex.
. CHAS. E. LELAND. Proorietor
if I'rlevun lloUHc, Albany, . V., unj
llnr..,i.lr... II..I..I w . ... l . . n i- T .!...
..1... iiuici, .-)(, 41UK.I .UulU
"WrHKKEAS Tliomaa Sullivan, bv his ivrtuiu
V aal luortitatn-, duly ciecuted, ilelivare.l
ami reionieii, m tne revorars soluceof Alexan
iler countv. Mtut til" Illinois, in Hook '.'
I'aite i 'i. did iM)iin v to tliu underxiirml 1kj4i'
VValder, (which eald iimrtKUKe bear date the
lli-nt (list) tluy or Mivemoer, A. J)., li-,..),ilie
loiiowiiiK orocriiieii reui eataie, lyiDK and ue
inv in thet-ily nt t.uiro. ci'.inlv til' Alaxander.
uml Mule, of llliliuin, tieWll: Ixit numbered
lliiiiy-tij.'lit ('), in block numliered tllty-l'our
( ) , to aei-uie the iayuieut of bia ivertuin iront
inKory uote beariuK even dale with aaiduiort
KaKe, for Hit- ouni of aixty uo-luo tlullara, with
interest at the rule of ten n r cut. pcrajiuum
froiu duU-, until id. Aud wjureua, tli aaid
lliouma i-ullivBU having made default in the
imymeut of the iuot;ey ao aerured to be Jiaid aa
aloieauidj now. thefora, 1, the uuderaiuned
luorta-uKee al'on-aaid, under and virtue tit the
uiortKatfe atoreauid, ben by Kive notice mat i
will .in t-Hiur.lnv iIih l.iih iluv ol Auiruat, at
the hour of o'clmk. t, ui..A. !.. I.ti. sed at
iulilio vendue to the hi-heat bidder for cash,
at the front Joor of the court bouae. in the city
ofl airo, couutv of Aleaauder aud Stale of Illi
nois, the real eatate ao conveyed to buu by the
aaid lUorUaaor. 'lenna of aale tU in band.
lSAAt; W AI l'tU, Mortmain.
Cairo, HI. i Ju'y isth. ici. 7-is-i.td.
The Meitt Knliab, French and t.t riuaa n.U.
All Marker atLoWext rVe.ilile I'rterH.
Art thoroiiK'hly stocked with th best
good, at the lowest package price. Beuu
tiful American prints at tic. and Cc. per
yard ; standard - bleached goods at luc ;
lionedale shirtings at 10c; Mew York
Mills, 12 Jo.; aud b-i sheetings at l'iic.
tasls m mi mm
In all tho Various Grades, atBargains.
(AVhich we keep at the ff rand Street sfor
only), we are ottering English and Ameri
can tapestries at 1, former price tl 16;
body llruasels at 1 DO, former price fl 80;
all-wool Ingrain at 70c, former price, UOc.;
thru ply ingrains at f 1 ft. former price,
$1 60; oil-clotha at tf&c. to 70c ; former
prices, 50o. to 87c.
Samples of goods, and catalogues of la
dies' and inisaea' suits and muslin under
wear, and infanta' outfits, sent tree of ebui- o
to all sections of the L'nlted States.
ltules tor aeir-meastirement sent on appli
cation to all parts of the country.
Orders for goods of all kinds will be care
fully attended to, and Uie goods packed
and forwarded without charge. JanH-w'Znt
Broadway and Twentieth Street
Grand and Cbriitla Sts., N.Y.