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PALMER FOR SENATOR.
Democratic Members of Illinois
Legislature in Caucus.
Za-Cereratr tchrn V. Pa'.-aar tht Ctaeai
KealBM tot Senator.
VIM lMpinta AIM CuiunJiC
SniCfOriKLD, 111.. . 12. The
members of both houses re-:ise-tullid
thU afternoon In puruanc of the ad
journment last n'mht.
Representative Arui.tronjr from La
Ballc count wits the chairman and ip
reseutatlvc M. J. Dunne, ol Chicago, was
All the member were present except
twelve, who wire rtprcwiittJand 1'"' 011
record by proxies.
A it was cjrrwd to make a honntori-l
uomluntioii at this caucus, the as ttiUy
unmedtately proceeded lo thatbtishir-.-s.
Senator Icttrborn of M.isou eouuty.
ltta brief and pointed pnUtory re
kx-oov. jon v. nuCT
Ot Springfield iu nomination a the
pemocratio candidate lor United biati
senator to be voted for sy the funeral as
sembly on next Tuesday.
All the rucmlxTS present except lp
rtsentative Wall, of Macoupin county,
arose and remained eUudinf for several
minutes, algnltying amid enthusiastic ap
plause that they voted tor Mr. Palmer.
The caucus was strictly private except
to the Democratic members of the legis
lature until after the nomination was
made, when, on the motion ol l'eprcsent-
Ativc Ilerrlngton, f.ie fievspaper re
porters were admitted, aud IteprcJena
live Smith, ot Chicago, was appointed as
a committee to Invite and escort those in
OlVluuaJS into uie i-auc-u iiimuuci.
Senator Dearborn and llepreseutatives
Merritt and Conkrite were appointed as a
committee to advise Got. Palmer of his
nomination and to induce him to address
Wblle this committee was hunting lor
the nominee the meeting gave expres
sions of their determination at all h;tz
grds to support Ui candidate?.
Representative Callon said that to te
cure success every DeniocreA. aUould be
promptly In his seat at 11 o'clock on next
. Tuesday morning. No excuse but death
could be honored as the absentees would
be considered as bought to auy away.
No private consideration should keep
taemway on so important an occasion,
and especially when the constituencies ot
the gentlemen d-uian Jed tue citrate in
their greatest duty.
Represencative Wall said that his con
stituents elected him with the expectancy
that he would oppoc Mr. I'almer'e uoiu
luation lu the caucus, and there-lore he
would vote for Mr. Trumbull. io
that the caucus has declared Its choice,
he was in duty bound to support it com-
loee and to be certain that he luiht
bave an opportunity to vote at the elec
tion be was golug to stay In thf iity and
not go home to visit his family iuiJ take
the chances of accident or :orui to de
lay bis return.
Representative English expressed siin
llar views to Mr. Wall, and was not go
ing out ol the city lor tear ol accideniial
Representee Jennis said that his wife
was at borne seriously sick, but he was
Lot going to leave until after the senato
rial contest was over, uule?s called to her
Representative Smith, ot C'hic-ugo- sug-
get ted that any member who was aW-t.t
oa the occasion of the election, nnd not
having a death certificate to account fur
It, deserved pulllieal dealU.
Senator Smith believed the Democratic
ranks were solid aud their bold lroui
would win the light.
Several other members made remarks
ef a aiuiilar import to there aud occupied
the time until the arrival ol the candi
date tras announced, when the niectii.jr
adjourned from the committee room in
the cnpital to the senate' chamber, in ol
der to accomodate thy several Juiniired
persons w ho wished to Lear Gov. l'ai
er's speech ot acceptance.
The couimittee appointed to noJly the
nominee eoifed Lim to the president'
rostrum in the senate chamber; aud Sen
ator Dcarboru introdace-d 11 r, lUuirr lu
a tew timely remarks.
gov. ritxirit's iccLrrANCE
TTu algniliud in a then address to lie
convention. The uU:anco ol hi re
marks were as follows; lie was giui'
fled for this proof of thtlr confidence iu
Mm. lie simply deslrvd to am.pt uth
a place as ttw-jf auould ckeui beat lor tbj
party interests. He regarded it a right,
duty and privilege of the people to choose
tlioae for whom they wanted to vote for
public and Gftlcial positions. A seat lu
the United States senate is woithy ot any
citizen's ambition, but la worth nolhiug
unless the man has the confidence of
those w ho elect him, and whose choice Is
uaae consistently vr.n tue ut
most lairnees. To secuie
there should be no inoeatien of
patronage or political trading, as such
means would make the position value
less to him. The caucus have made no
promise to elect him and ho had no right
and would not demand them to elect
him. All be could ask was lor them to
tafce part with blui In a lair contest for
success. uw principal opponent, Gen.
Logan, wa representative- of the
Republican warty, M tUiit Darty exUu
UHlay, and bad n Vufluence o! both the
uatlonal and suu aamluUtratlons to
back him In the light. The ln-tnocraU
Lave nothing to promise but their own
supporters, and wholly rely upon tuelr
faithfulness to the principles and lntereu
ot the party. If he ( Palmer) was elected
a a . m
oe wouiu urge tor a reuueuon ot
national expense to the lowest limit
oosUtent witb economy. Utt theory
was that official dignii) thvuld be tuauu.
OC&rJ l7 wU4tW, suurf.1t and Ua
Pity, and therefora tie was opposed to
voting large salaries to keep up the offi
cial dignity of presidents or other officers
of the trovcrntnent. His actions would
be directed in the ways of peace and
prosperity c l the pePle ancl ne would
use bis otHcial position toward bringing
an answer to the millions who pray for
their daily bread without receiving as
abundantly as their houCTty and Indus
try deserve. J lis views and opinions
were unchanged Irotu what bail bttu
presented in bit oQiclal acts as govenor
of the state. He was la political accord
w ith the Democracy because it is their
doctrine that all men are tree and vqnal.
and that America has an executive but
nu ruler. It w as the duty ot the legisla
ture to elect a man for seuator w ho was
a proper and competent person. U Pal
mer was not deemed lit lor the place, he
did i.ot w ant any election, eveu lu com-
pliiuvtit, hr any merit ne iux".
The address was received with cheers.
Senator Arntzen, on resolutions, had
the convemion to adupt the followlor
lUtr.h'u. That we severally pledge our-
selves to abide by the actlou ot lli.s con-
;V, lion and to be present at the sessions
of general semblv w henever u ye
tor L niled Males seuaiur it wtu. -
caucus then aujourncd.
A HE PR0B.4BLK.
xvrtm careful canvass among political
experts the mathematical situation of the
senatoiial question i, that Logan
treiijrih on Joint ballot ol me iwpuwii-
canslor the first lew ballots wlU be mne-tv-seven;
Palmer, lemocrat, Eighty.
tight; VZU "1 "OUSe, luuejim-
ents and anti-Logan Republicans,
eleven, and Audersou, in the senate, lu-
de pendents and Trumbull lA-mocrat?,
ei "'hi. Five of the nineteen lndejend-
ents are of Republican proclivities auu
the other fourteen are Democrats, and
will nrobably tic both partie?. Tlic sen
ate Independents this eveuing held a cau
cus aud reconsidered their nomination ot
Congressman Stevenson, as it was ascer
tained that he would not accept the candi
dacy. The caucus nominated Gen. W.
B. Andersou. To-night several hundred
citizens of this place, In company with
most of the visitors here, gave Gov. Pal
mer a serenade. He was called out and
made a speech ia review of his position
on national aflairs.
Tli SovHtHMi in Feminine
THE NEXT SENATOR.
The Illinois Independents Nomi
nate Judge bavid Davis.
The Democrats Undecided Pal
mer, Trumbull, Stevenson,
and Campbell still the
(SrrlasfielJ correa'laee tf tts CttiaKtf
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t.. 11 Tho litue'
(1 turn Uie l"ilaeliihU l're,9.)
Loug coats are increasing iu length ;
so much so that they begin to attain the
appearance of the Gabrlello or Princcssc
costumes, so that we ceeui destined iu
time to have the "Priucesso" out of
diori a well as lu, as it ha hitherto
been contlued solely to evening or bouse
Combs are sga'm gaining great popu
laniy. Tbey are mostly worn when the
Lair is arranged In the French twist
s yle, or else sunk in a myriad ol puff
aud braid. Tbey are eenerally arranged
pai tfy to one side, A very pretty sty la
ami one now much iu vogue is to bare
the evub correspond witb the jewelry
wwrn. fret ty ones are shown in corl.
Jrory. amber, and even diamonds are
no.v being set iu massive gold coronet,
and, a may be supposed, make a very
iff.etlveheaJ-drefcs. When tne world
ot fashion once takei bold of a color,
there is no knowing where it may allow
it to terminate.
Cardinal red has tor some time held ab
solute sway over all others. We have
seen it iu hosiery iu almost everything,
In fact, ot the lemiuiac attire, from the
sule of the dainty foot to the cardinal
I bow worn coquetUehly lu the iiair; but
it was lett to one ot our tnttrprwrng
stationers U Introduce' among his holiday
novelties cardinal writing pe;er. Tho
style, we lear, is somewhat glaring, but
admired ou aecoun' of its oddity.
Pinuuneut among the new shade- that
have come out this season U a charming
silvery green, almost white, known as
the vrt tltU'ul." It is uol unlike the
frozen moonlight that was so popular a
lew tea-ons ago. There is amber dust
and tvral dust, the first soiuethiug ot a
delicate ecru, n nd the latter the tainte-sl
rose tint, both exquisite shades lor even
One of the most important articles
now of a lady's toilet, and frequently
(he most expensive, is the handkerchief.
New ones are shown of an exceediugly
tine texture, lu white aud colors ; they
are not uu'ukc the India gauze ; others
have one or two row of scollops arouud
the edge. For lull dress, however, the
line laces, with the tiny batiste centres,
still are the favorites. The Initial I still
reckoned among the most elegant do
signs. 1 he letters are often nudo Jon
and so iatriwiued as to form peculiar
animals. I he monogram is still much iu
vogue. Very pretty collars and cuffs
now come witb a deep cardinal border,
but the most elegant are the plain linen,
eurlehed with Hue embroidery and small
A rather uncomfortable fashion, but
oue that bids fair to become quite pop.
ular, Is that of wearing the s'.ays over all
tho underskirts iu Immediate proximity
to the outside bodice. This gives the
slim, long-walsted appearance now so
much admired. Maay of tho Imported
dresses extend the whalebones of the
corsage down over the hips.
Randeaux of silk, made in the shape of
a coronet, are now much woru iu the
front of the hair ; they are made of silk
or velvet, to correspond with the toilet.
Ulsters have been very fashiouablo
but it is said they are to be replaced by a
garment which is made very long, ol d irk
cloth, ornamented with three collars aud
a double row of immense buttons ; it ran
be bordered with lur, velvet, or braided
Kalloon, iu a darker shade.
Spanish mantillas are now coming Into
vogue, and are a graceful substitute for
. "uhta; a very pretty one is made of
rwd of lcdeDendeuts, numbering some
eight members, assembled this t-veulng
In a route at the Leland hotel and nomi
nated Hon, David Divis for the United
States senate They immediately sent
word to the Democrats, In selou ut the
cpitol building ol this fact, and ad
Jourued. The Democratic caucus upon
receiving information. Instead of nomi
nating Pa.mer as they had purposed do
lug, adjourned to meet again to-morrow
aKcrnoon at 2;M o'clock, w ithout making
a selection. They will then put a candi
date in nomination. H Is not known
whether Judge Davis will leave the
bench lor such a position, but some
friend.- here who know him well believe
if he is uominated by such a minority as
to Insure bla success, that he will make
the race. It is known that he is some
what tired of the bench, and that he had
some taste for iMtli;lcs and ambition lor
political boner?. The news ft the nomi
nation or this able member or the su
preme bf ncU
CAUSED CONSIDERABLE St Rl'BlSK
Around the I.eland tids evening, and the
adherents ot Logan felt a little dismayed.
The Palmer men do uot take kindly to
the nomination, and claim to believe that
Judge Davis is merely put up as a man of
straw, to be immediately Knockeu uowu
.... . 1: t . ,l,nf
agaiu. mcy uenwi uucicii umi iuv
Independents of both houses will be able
to unite upon him, and that when this is
accomplished they will drop him and go
over to Palmer. The Logan men ex
press surprise that these men have se
lected so prominent a man for the posi
tion. The Democrats interpre t this ac
tion as an indication ol au intention on
the part of the Independents to imu
man suflieientU- wannent and ade
THUOW THE rXSPONSlBILITY
of electing Logun or of accepting him
upon themselves. The air is again filled
with the clamor of voices, and the ult
still goes -n. The Palmer men still
stand br their man, and say that if the
Indepcrilenis will not unite upon sueh a
man as tbey may name, upon them must
rest the odium ol "ending Gen. Logan
again to the se nate. Gov. Talmer was
fotiud in the rotunda of ti e Leland this
evening, and was aked whom be
thought the Democrats would nominate.
He sail probably Lyman Trumbull.
The reporter replied that it was the in
tention to nominate himself. "Well, re
marked Palmer, "if they ueminate me,
it wiil make a pretty fiht. v i:h Lo
gin. An Vrson, Davis aa l niyif I can
eoiieeive that It will b;
A VEHV I51ERtrTir0 COTEST."'
The object of the Democratic conven
tion this evening was to ascertain the
opinioDSof the various members of the
committee ol conference ia rtferencc to
tbs sincerity of the Independents as re
gards the coalition. The committee re.
ported substantially Hut they thought
tbe Independents sincere and bont-t, and j
tnat they wouu stanu oy meir propor
tions. The JndepenJeuti of the senate
held a caucu? until late iu the evening at
the Revere houe. There was a god
deal of talk, but little agreement. The
name of A. L. steveasoa and Alexan
der Cituttl! were uio.t prominently j
b?f'.re the meeti!!, and it Is pretty ttr- i
tain that a majority of those present leit
ISCHXLD 10 StirtE VJ'-Ji 8TfiVE.ViOX.
They till not, up to the hour ot dispers.
ing, however, mike any tonu d uo.ni
nation. The iudependut senators have
aid tVy will not umt with the house
ou Davii Davi-i. Uoih the senate and
houso ink-pendents wi!I present namej
to the Democrats to-day. The senate
caucus will he reiimei to-morrow morn
ing, and that of the Democrats to-morrow
aiteinooti. The decisive' moment
will therefore occur to-morrow, when the
candidates must be named.
here before the Hth ot February. It is
understood to-day, however, that b
thinks tbe daily meeting ot a regular
convention during tho counting ot the
Votes Is the better plan. The leading
Democrats here are of the same opinion.
Some of the extreme Republicans say
Grant will bring tbe army and navy here
to prevent the meeting of a convention,
boldiug tbtt It would be treasonable. In
eply to thii, Democrats aay that If one
Of the great political parties cannot hold
a convention without being arrested tor
treason, it Is time the prolo know ti t
iact. Those In favor of a convention
also make the point the proplo of the
Country would sooner aVide by any re-
Suit of a regular body tlnii by tho ac
liouofa tnUct lhiueous citizens1 commu
the coMrireuisE committee.
Correspondents are in a state of great
excitement to-alght over the fact that the
Session of the joint committee to provide
tor counting the electoral vote was ngreed
Upon, but this is hardly true. The ut.
inost secrecy is Kept up by members of
the committee. It known, however,
that what has been decided upon was by
a majority only of the senate committee.
The Democratic senators have advanced
iio proposition, joining in discussion only
bn those brought lorw ard by the Repub
. . 1 lllUL.
An Illustrated Monthly of
Popular Literature, Science, and
DR. C. F.?MNE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
MM in countenance is la!e a:.J
JL L'aJw-n-col jrcJ, with occasional
flushes or a circumscribed xt on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
dull ; thepupilidilatc ; an azuresemi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the no mi I, irritate J. swe-lU.and some
times bleed i ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occ.iiiomJ heada: lie, with hum-mir.-j
or throbhin of the curs; a;i
uuiij'i-il see-reiion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very tui, p.a-iu-.iUrW
in thj miming; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
pnau i.ij s.;i:i'.io:i of the sdomach, r.t
oih-.T--., entirely rone ; lleetin pains
i i x'm stomac'.i ; oci agonal nati-ea
n.i 1 ,m-.:.;; vi . 'lent pains throu.::!:-
:i, i : bowels irre:;ii'.
e ; -jh .vlimy ; r.ot
t: 1 with t!oo:l :
swol'.on r.:v 1 hard ; urine t;tr-re-::r.atio.i
ar.vt a co.r.panied by Hccoujrh j
'io.r;: i m ,-.iryaidcor. vti '.ive;
.an I el '. .srl-v-I sleep, with
t ri: l.p. ; ot" the Ueth ; temper vr.ri.a
i! , l..-;: gCier.-lly irritable, &c
Whe:.ver the above -ymr.t'j'.r.s
arc ;"v.:i.d to ci t,
i :l c. i.am: vi.v.Miruc.n
Will certain!)- e t a t;.re.
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T:-!sger.:.i.T:D.-.. M l. -: 'vrr-
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877
The nun. ber for January begins the nine
tcenlb volume of ttit Maa-szine, nu wbllo
Us past record will, it is hoped, bs deemed
a mlMglentguaranlee ol luiur excellence,
no tflorts w ill be soared to uiver.iiy its at
tractions asxl to jToVide an Increased sup
Pcpular Beading in tht Bnt ard Mai -pfuitU
Tbe great object and conx'aut aim of the
ouilueioi s will be tofun,Mi tUt public with
Lturaiy Kutrr aiiiuicut ot a Kifloed iiiU
Vmie-il CharjeU-i, m well as to pie.eDt lu a
giaphle no striku k mictier tho most re
ceui iuforuiation sud i)und't view on
aubjecu ol General liferent; iu a word, to
reu ier Lipplueott's Mugazme strikingly
77,ee t'taturt$ that art .Vest Aitract.it in
The coutri but tons now on h&od. oi speci
ally ernnKt-d. tmbrars a higUiv attrsc tve
it of l'es, bhort Stonen, Deseripltve
te-hex.Nurraives, Paper on Scitnee and
art, i'ocius, lopu;ar tys LtUrary Criti
cim, Ki-., tte ,
Ey TaUnUdani Will-Knave Wn'.ctl.
A larpe proportion ol tbe article, espe
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rrofnttly and litautifuUy Illustrated.
The tili-torial einbelil-lmient of tbe M'-
ziu ciiitiiit'ite one ol its many at'.riie
In tul It if. n to the tlrueral Attractions ol
l.irriNt-OI Id MAt.AicIN L., ill-' I'UI
ll'berwou:d iuvite attemuu to the lyllow
Special Features fcr 1877.
1. A new gf rial story,
'The Marqui of LusU1'
ktti'-i'Tzc Mao!ona'.d,MUhorof M:dtom,"
Alee e.rb UoiA-rt t aiconer," ete.
To tlin-e ot our readers wbo am luuiliar
with M.ilf-olm." tliis new aioiy lroui
tlic cpu of this lUtins'tit-Ucl writer will
ueed uo ret-ouuueui:tt!on, and bis reputa
tion a guarantee to otbt ri of a iee ly in-
tereftmg ar.a powcriui Mory . ii De"" ,n
thn November minibtr. whl' li i-ue. w ith
the lieeriut t-r part, will l.e turni-Ltd gratU
to all new subscriber-" ror i...
i. A profusely illustrated herie of
SiceolUh .SV'Mfry and Life,
by Prof. Willard Fikc, of Cornell L'ulver
ity,wbois tliorou'bly limi iur with Sweden
and in People from personal observation.
I). A series of popular papers on
Art and Art Matters,
br Edward Strahan (Earl Phiuu), autb.r of
1" lie New livpeiton," etc.
i. Illustrated bketehes of Travel, entitled
Pieturr frum .Sy tn'i,
by Kdward Kin?, author of "The r.reat
!S. Mm. l.ucy 11. lloopcr'lntereittnand
Payers a'tH Letirs ro-n Paris
wilt be continued through the year.
Wu Btavtiet of tht JUiine.
will be described in a richly illu-trated
7. Dunn,' the er will appear a number
ot nandom;y lau'trated tbort arti.-ir. ce
criuliv of Life. Travel, and Ailvrntura in
tbe l nited ite, t.Q$ ul.!SoulU Aunricm,
Jpu, Mobolta, tud otutr couLtne.
For Sr.'e by all Look and Vir td, a!u I.
PKICE A CLNTS.
The Perfootion of Light.
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Family Safeguard Oil.
THE HORRORS AND APPALLING ACCIDENTS
Pahy transpiring lo tl uss of the Oils now sold ui liluniinators, which ar ir.a8 lioa
reuolcum, aLd tbo want of confi'lente in tb public tnlod as to lh certain
safety of said Oil', has luJuced tbo Introduction of
mm n in i
LAI5Kis 150 deg. l'lro fOit au-1 tprlus wati-r whiu in e-jlor, will not exploda
wbila burning in a lamp, nor in any otrcr way, a it does not eoLtaln auy ol tbe zril-
tlvc compounds so frequently tuc) with Id tbe ordinary Oils for Illuminating. A lamp
flUed with ELAINE, it upset or accidentally hrokeu, will uot explode or burn. There
Is r.o povition in wbleh you eah put a lamp tilled with LA15Efere-oUimou use, in wblch
it will explode. LLAlSL li eertalniy the f-afeit I "atully Iliundnallug Oil know n, and
can be ued U any Coal il or K-rytre Uiu), without change wl turLer.
-TVAi .UVAltl'KD 1UK-
lij the .In roil and ('ofuruiuurrt of tb
Contonnial Xntcrnaticnal Szhibitlon.
As the L-t iliiiuuiiktiiie' (!'. I'.r It eatruoiciicury nirrits of fM and LSrliiiaLn. y
F.LAI NK w a. al-o awarded a (told SlnUl kt tbf Pittburh Lxpo-itU'ii ; tul wu
adopted, after a thorough scientific and praetieal tet, by the
UNITED STATE". OOVEKNMENT I.I011T-1IOLSE DEPAItTMENT.
Aad recvlveU a hi'h ouiuirudation tr.m the Hoard of I'nlted State Mt-uuiboat Ifprs
tors, AVashiugton, 1). C.
luEiirsncc Couipaniet rate ELAINE the c:we an a ti n.k.
ELAINE is used on luany of the Iailrod, Street Carsaud Url:t of the country
aud inaugurated superior tu any other t il in tin; market.
Can be used In SDy lamp.
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VasuIKOTO.v, J-u. 12. Tho sharp
practice used by the Westers Uu'.on
Telegraph, company in the Uaiues cae
to-uy, aMtiouti H t U.m liidiviJual
into a had predicament, will be at
tempted iu Ortou'i aud other cases that
uiav come he-tore the house. The Demo
crats intend Unit there ahull be no child's
play hereatter, and Ortou will be sum
marily dcilt with. If he pleads the
same game that Ilarnes used, he will go
luticlo:a confinement, and so w ill each
otliciid who is brouat b.-tore the bar ot
the house. The bluuder wan In giving
these tucu so much time to prepare a
course by which they could battle the
NVIION'aL democratic convkxtion.
Mr, Hewitt to-day reeelTed a tormal
request troua Juhu U. Thompson that a
De-uiiiiTatlc tiutioual convention be culled
lu meet hero ebruury 12. This request
was iu accordance- with the resolution
passed by the mass convention held at
Columbus Ohio, on the Mh of this
month. Mr. Hewitt, personalty, is ad
Terse t'j the idea ot a national conven
tion, but he will go to New York to
morrow, an 1 will from there Uu ajeull
for a luectiuir of the executive commit
tee of the nulioual comruitte-e, w hich w ill
K'-h v.-r:i!i! -t 1 .v;t.:.?s!..'rifttir-'-s
(1 l.. U" l.A i. I 1- j ! Mf.V. l'.IVVH.
Si.1.1 l.v ail i ! ; i!i-.i.'r;i-U
R!,.l C illlitiy ! n -: ' " Id-rally
yiicc$ of tht iVu.
Ilit MaOazi-s has atl.iutd in i' i.r.e fpiarter
ceulurv Mi.'i lu-ie ol tsu:tn to ijoiiil i le
UIU3 be- k. J ol'il, iu !.'. wora ol lr. Jlii.'-.ui.
it ia Taia I'j I'Umt' ut. iuseliaa lo .ra.e." ll.i
IujIik.I iu luii-uu-uituir.el itpir.aii ou lu-cm-f
i ua tl.c i-lB have ).aae.. k:U it. ..turr
luce li pollen hUf ol pru..r:iy t.-ltifl moimu
l inierHii.l I'rtt yea i j. nr.vKiyn r.ujtie
lUrufra u'.lilv Is muikol Ijy ilie t.unc cr.ar
aetrri.-iic w hn.h iVR it :.ri:uluiloii I rum ttie nrt
Willi Ue U :ltr iUbi ' lluela. ll coiuoiuc-a
n-aauif.' Hi ltr M tlh illu.ilruiior.a m wuy to
nik Cit n U'l vivia trie lacii j.rwnita. l ie
turet id rely draigued to caleh the eye ot Uie
tuomut i bc-vr; tuoertei, e.ti'Cio Jjumu.
l ETlMB t
Postage tree to all Suhacribera lu Ua
llABPEB'a Magazine, one vear.. ..ft 00
tl oo uirluUe. i)ni3 meiit of L . e. pu.tace by
buhnetiUons to Harper'H Mtniint, Wnllr,
and lluzir. to oi.e adUretn fur one yeur, iio 00,
or, two ol Harr' i'eriudiUuls. lu one addieat
lor one ytrr, . nonage ir.-.
An Kxuneniivoieiiutr ui jucuinc, ch.it
or ilnZur will be ujrlii-(l gratia lor vry Club
ol rive cuiisi-riiira mi oo tru in one rfiiut
tanc-e, or bis copies tor a.O yj, wuhoul extra
Cc py, KUtjr tree.
irk iiuiiioers tun or mnuutu my uiiie
1'iie Voliii'ic ol the M xaiiat coninieiir with
the Nuiul.rrn l r June uud lec-tn hir ol' inh
veur. tuhronptiou u.uy coiiimi-me with any
iiumhcr. W hcu uo time l- )eeilleil, it v ill be
un.lnr.ti.od tlmt tl.e uh criU-r wialieto Ix-iin
u-ith itn. Hrt i.uiiil-r of thecurrcnt tulvuiL-.aud
iima me uuac-i'iinwi uric, oesiur tfiwi'K tne taH iiumhcr will t n-nl ucuorainKiV.
liousetio.it u lultrt .tuia' liKrury vuilor. em- I Cnmplelt Set of Harper JUk'azine, now
i ..uuiuKi. i C(, , nriKiiiir . '.t column, in ni'al t-lutu niiiumir.
lUhPiua H as ar i. liroru-ely illuMralvd, and I v. ill lu..,i l.v eiuren. freiitht at exiM-ua ot
coutunm alone, (mui. dkeli-l:t. and eaauyk ol urchKr, for2 'i wr volume. Single volume
a moat attruenve character. loila iiiar- I Lv umil. iwalnaid, l 00. C loiU cua, loi hind-
1 ' ariiauc leulure, Hie niiuin la uuijlira. i ce,,t, l,v mall, ll .atliaia
I& M " Madltoii Chicago.
' fj fj roryoto it
r x n. o. moE Lowt
Vlwtl trf .lr riduuf Me11nir9ijaff ha.i lM
sfr rgrtH ib tfct trusiit of U VN HCaL, blXU AL sUt
CHK(sir rihrr.M j,htuun to ct
TPHILfK. VESORklltl. CLKUT, IftUlCRI, URCH
niR, UtaU. kit lriry tltja, or frsrWJ fMlM
m4 tk UrsMt. slsr bsifto, tT-s..sj iei wop.rai1 uc.av
o i in i Ut.i.s4V ptlyuytm 1st ttJ 16 uuJ um. tltij, f. s-
Vrna4T0KftBtAt lirftAL DEBILITY M llfO
Till V. rwii 0t sir ifv il ffsuu miui iestt t
ftiisiif ur), or ttor musm, tii b product a if tb fl
totV fffet: h'fTvouibtMt. tftiiBkl tauKtUrja itettllt. itltt
Of lUtb- dcftl sVffOMf f. frimp os) iM-r tc ItirsiB
ti wif'T iii ef hiuiI povtr, te.. rebdentf MAKKtAOtf
immurr rt pmstbotiy caroa. rpii '. pc r
Utlxig tm tHo ftbvTi. Mat t Mut4 ev;r for 10 -co
tM- Api C(atao M oCc or by mU Ut'llost- HiS
.Bi' i frt
JUMSV. pswv iosj smhw9 mm varei few hmi.
CARRIAGE CU1DE.0R SEXUAL PATHOLOGY.
Tfcit to m nfiat rk of irss mu wm. 4
a,iiksjsVwk iafcsbtiM tm ts ms aw mitm4 um.pm
sftrrt4t l Mtwn IL loancsM tt sir,j m ntimiu dsi
Iimm.M U SMt-anA Ml sawU M prl? Jrat f rf
Km is4 fst ttmihwt IA tlir .om It bai rtAsif
t M NUeei of Im smsis tyataot tAat u smiA kaettu. ta4
ajkfMk tbM SX ssvbita'tsl M 111 ttkst Ottk ItM, 9tJ 0MA
IKWH vupvsitvT, an w mmm m , mf,
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
'A Xepooitoiy cf Fashion, Pleasure
aoxiLics or ma rtMS.
SToretncilv houth.,l.) mllni nnililrt. rt-
rea'a UaZaB ii bitu-'liar U. beet thii.K liu
liUel. iu la. 11 u a mailer oi ecouoiuy.
ludy em alluiU h, U; wnaout it, lor the n.lornm
tiou it Kivca will .uve h vtiy murh tuorr money
tixoably the heat journal oi ita kind in the couu I
try. -aaliuuay Lii.iU( I'lUclte, UuaWU.
Foatag fre to all BuLacriVifcia ia th
HARriR'a IU. . . nr.fc vi-r SI 0
II eo includca Lrt ,.yiueat ot V. poataxt by
kuhac-i iiiiuua tulUarca't Magazine, Weck
IV, aud li
AAH, t" una a'hlre tor oue year, (loj
ur, to of ll.irr' I erl'.'l'al". to one addrea
v. vitT)L.r, v; iH.aiatfe lie.
All fc.xiia Com- in iiliei the Muuazlni-. Week
ly. (.1 l.:t-r u 11I lu. auiiiiiie.1 matia ft.r cverv
tluLii.riiVA si H.Liialf al leaclt. lu one
A ,oini i-te Anulvl.c-ui ludcx to Ihe firt Fifty
V.'uri-. a if lUrticr'a Muituziiie haa juot Oteni.uh-
li.hi-tt, rrndcriiiu avnilulle for relrrriicv Ilie aat
atiii yaried weallb ol infornutiou which on-ll-
tutea tlua lArl .ilin.1 a litrlei't nluatluU-U lit' mry
rvr:c) iu. pyo, ( lulu, J i-1', nun can, i '
cent ix.aiase urt nun.
stw MT, are not in copy uiiaaaTcrurwurui
wiihout ih t-.ir aa nnirr ol' ilurter A liiothcr.
AU".rea jiAitrtii a i.ueii ur n-.,
w-11 New York
uk-A.ir.tit,. klmrtlv ai.d call tin i-rmv.-iitiiiii
hlaek, SpanlaU lace, fashioned here &u4 ; to meet in fehrusry, tiov. Tlldtu w as
"1"(w "'aP cf tho bead, and . several day ajjo in favor cf
onguteuei wituuu ot scaxlct ribbon I A huge cnuts'B committkk,
aaJtOfHw. CoaiHncd ff 23.000 itxw, wtcliiiff
The Centaur Liniments eUuy
pain, subdue iWeliiiin. heal burua.acd will cure
reiuliiuncA-; or, Si Coii.ca tor J-'O oo, iLiiout I Khniuu.li.iu, fsimviu. and auv fle-U, bone or
rlJJ ' I'O''1 tree
rl .-MUUIiera run hu
Ihe Vuhuiira ol I be liiihU cuiuiuci.ee with
the tear. M beu nu tune ia uiruiioned, it will
lie underatK..! that aul.ai lil- r wuheatn rolu-
lueuce Willi the liuiubur uext alter the rtccijil ol
1 ha Annual V.li,,..-a of ItARpitR'a Ilnm. In
nft cluth bin.lii.n, will lie aei.t by CA.rea, lie
inr 4. uo eacu. A oolii.icte fet,
Compnain,; Siuu VulUlUc. M ut U recc-iit ol
caauat Uw rate .,f , j, r vUliue, freight at
C bllh C'aaa rnrb.nl, w..1iiffn ai,; ,.,1.1 r- lti.nl
Ilia, w.ll be aeut I'y uiail, iKjoll.uld, on ntocipt ol
a I 10 each.
omacle ahiueut Ihu r ti , Wrupiier ia for
family tiae, the Yellow Wrapper fur uuimala
Aliatof the ingredient aru coutalued around
each bottle, they are c-1 cup tpredy, and t-er
Tho certain, speedy jnanuic
f auTniu. l e'":h X"iutM "r,U on reci'' roniedy for ofelldren. ia Pitcher's I aatorU. it is
Newapaivtra are not to copy lliiiaityertiaetnent aa vlaut to take a honey and aa certain ia ita
without ilie mur,. order ol lUiu-m & Unuiu- I cffec-U aa Laatoi Oil. Fur Wind Colir, V tnsi
bjur 6tumach,nd DUordattl UOWtJJ''!!
aolbius Ukt Castona
HAM fcU UROJIIKH'-. yew Vol
THE NEW MAGAZINE,
RECORD tub YEAR
rOCBTil yVMBEB (JILT) MAUY TO-
With a fie Steel Tortraltof A. T. fctcw..r
Cme lJcath, W ill and huccesniou.
And beside the unique and Taluabla llmry o
iir.i.i.rrant eveuta and occurrence ti.i lughout
tue world, Una number contain., a.ii i two
iiiiC'lied other articlca, the luliow.U(f oiutaol
special tuleraat :
Quceu Victor's' New Title.
lr. John iu'ti Aonl rhlloaplr (Koo!).
1 he True .tmerlcau achuiacU.utiic i'ocui.
Washington a Marahal ol r rcuce.
Jeun luacluw'a fancy.
New llure-Car foe-try, for April.
Do in i'edro's Charuclerimics.
A W blot 1'ariy la the Ark.
Three Capitaluts Ator, Stewart, VauJcrbill.
Mark 'I Wain al a lioraa Auction.
t'irat Keuiule UihbylMt at Wasbiiiifton.
1 he Oirl ot evil e a rpunith l'ouu.
Koyaiiy in the L'liludUitea.
Arteuiua Ward' ei.uracuraad l'eculai'llleS.
Monthly Uecord of Con fie, etc.
'llnuira to lauched at.nuiiular and touchlna
poemi, fckitcl.es iucidt nta, Ac, in aurh atlrao
live variaiy , that it forma tha ri. heat amount of
Tuluablenua eiilcriuiuiua' icuaiun aiiuoat rur
etiibraual in a uiaguiui.
Thl new Ptrl-dlrul, whi.-h haaalrea.ly reucb
1 auch an eiioriuoun popuiaiiiy, la
Soiiietl.u.K new audorudual in Ihe way or a
. Uuntl.ly Magatiue. Ueiu a aol t of Ketercuiw
Srru.-iu.uk. or mouthlv record of iiuprt-..nt
eveuta llittl uappen iu any pan ui un un'.,
Wilh a aelectn.u of the moat popular uiiacellanv
..rtliecurreutiuonth. i.roae ami uurtry, fureia-n
and ilomeatio. k'htiby I'rauk Muore, of the
npAUtiAilly uriutiii. with au elegant stce. -'.r-
iruii of the ii.'.ot promiueut M:iauu of the mui.iU
m wcu Muuurr.
One ol the tucal entertaining ami tiiiuai.ie dm
elaaa monthly luagaxinea eici iaaue l. i'rii-c,
cent a mouth, or t-' ii lor a year' mlwciip
tlun postage paid by the pui.li-ht n.
t- early eutauriptiuu begin with any
. 0. W. CHAELETOIACO., FubUsaan,
Ua-li Svuvc, tw Torki
Paiucuh, fehawneetewn. KvaJhi-
vKle, jjomsville, (Jincinnatl
and all tray landing.
Tec g.r(t.t a!l-WI.l t
A'ALTaa B. I'KytitituroN Musur
JllAKi-lte Pa.NMVGTOM - irti.
W ill leave Cairo every WD;ES1AT at
o'clock v- u.
The fleet lMiitr
Uaee I'alre every SATCBDAY.
Kach tKiat make close connections at C'ahM
with Urnt-clae ateatuera for bt Louix, ilcin
phiaandNew Urleuu. and at tvane ill with
the t. AC. it. U for all poiuM Nona aud taat,
andwiththe ixiuieville Mail bttaiuer lOhSJl
point ou the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipta on IreijjhU aud paoaeugera to all point
'or urthcr information apply t
IsUb. blLitit, raaaenger Ageoi.
11 A LIJ 11 A V BltOS., AmnU
Or to U J.OKAMMtB,
.Sutrititeiideut aud Ueueral Freight Agf'
Ko SO Ohio !.
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