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Ti proclamation tonrcnln con
great In txtn amnion will be iMiied In a
tew days. June 4th ha. been designated
M the day for the meetiug.
t Indiana anrinir clcctiona took
place jrcterdy. The result does not
bow a material change In Uic io?itlon
of the parties.
Caub L'rsHiHO, tnloister to Spain,
wllinotberellcred until his iuccessor
haa been appointed, which will not be
until after the meeting ot the extra ?es
I'on ol conjoei?.
Slnator Wabk'b bill making a bien
nial appropriation ot $30,093 to the
Hoathern Illinois Normal University at
Carbondale baa parsed both houses ot
Ban Bltler is as dumb as an oyster
on the subject ol whether Mr. Tilden
ought not to be In the white house.
Butler Is not wlllinfi to give his opinion
jnst now, as he lws not know what may
turn up hereattcr.
rion's candidacy seems to have Inter
fcred with their pluns. and
what the outcome will be cannot bo even
guest-cdat. It is possible that In the
cancus, should Cox and Saylor see that
they cannot be elected, they will throw
their strength for Morrison, and In that
event he will undoubtedly lay Katulall
out. But this la only speculation. No
one knows what cither Cox, Saylor. or
any ot the candidates will do, and the
question ot the speakership will not Iks
settled until the last ballot ol the caucus
has been token. Vet there seenu to be
a lair probability that Mr. Morrison is
the coming man. Certainly his chances
are as good as any ot the other candi
dates and better than most of Uicm.
PACKARD'relused to bike the col
lectorshlp because it would lay him open
to the charged having ..v.
gorernanhtrtor collector Lc
taming board Anderson wanted the po
sition but Hayes would not give It to
him because It would look too much
like rewarding him for his services in
giving Iioulsiaoa to the Itepublicans.
SnMP.one started the story that Grant
bad been offered the command of the
Turkish armv. and that he had about
made w bis mind to accept the offer.
When C.rnnt wan told Ot this EtOrV ho
laughed heartily, and said that should
he go abroad as he has Intended to do,
he will not venture near either me kus
sian or TurkifU army. He didn't pro
nose to go fooling around where be had
n hninR. or mlxlnz in fights that
didn't concern him or his countrymen ;
in short, he would not go out ot his way
to witness or participate in any more
IlxroRTS have been sent out Iroin
nearly all the more Important truit
growlng sections In Southern Illinois.
These reports are almost unanimous In
the statement that the truit has not been
materially injured by the lato IrosU. The
early and more tender varieties ol
peaches have been damaged slightly, but
if nothimr further ocetirs the yield of
even these varieties will be large
Strawberries were injured to a certain
extent, but there will be an abundant
crop notwithstanding. Early vegetables
aufkred the most, and in some localities
were almost entirely killed.
-At tmb meeting of the city council on
Tuesday evening, Aldermcu Wood, Hal
liday and l'atier were appointed a com
niittec to confer with the lllinoia Central
railroad company with rtlereuce to the
decree recently rendered by Judre ita
kcr in the case of the people, etc., against
the Illinois Central railroad com-
nanv. Tho result ot this decree.
,i.i it ho enforced, will be alike
disfl.trmi to tho interests ol the city
and the railroad company. That por
tion of the levee covered by the decree is
lined with mills, warehouses, etc., and
the very nature of their business demands
! thv hare the most ample railroad
im ilitioe. The Lllinoia Central railroad
has provided them with all tho privi
leges they have asked for; but to enlorcc
this decree will be to deprive
the numerous mills and warehouses
in Question ol all the ad
vantages they now enjoy, and virtually
drive them out of business. On the
other hand, the railroad company, under
the impression that they would not be
disturbed, have expended hundred? of
timnnnrl.4 of dollars in nuttifie In their
incline, reveting the levee embankment,
and in maintaining their tracks, and it
seems to us that It would be a hardship,
to say nothing of the Justice of tho act,
not to meet them half way in any reas
onable compromise they may suggest.
We believe it is to the interests of the
city to do so. We do not know what
proposition the company will make, and
do not wish to be understood as advo
.otintr th. imiiso of the company in this
matter, but we believe the interests ol
the. city, ai well as the interests of the
company, are at stake, and it becomes
the duty ot the city to meet the company
fairly and see what can bo done about
ilavcry. of which ho was an un
compromising enemy. After ai-cistlng
luthe reorganization ot Tennessee, ne
was, In lWi5, elected governor of the
aute and reflected in 1867. He wai
elected to the United State senate lor
the term commencing March 3, 1S75.
Since his senatorial term expired he has
been living quietly at Knoxvllle. He
was noted for his capacity lor denounc
ing hi political enemies, nud the nnmeof
the "Fighting Tarpon" was nppropri
ately applied to him. lie was a mun ot
strong intellect, great force ot character,
ardent patriotism and overflowing zeal
in any cause which he espoused. His
death has caused general surprise and
sorrow at Knoxville.
THE MARTYR'S MONUMENT.
There is a fair prospect that the old
District ot Columbia ring will have tat
picking for a time to come. A number
of new pavements are to be constructed,
and the sum of $230,000 has been appro
priated for paying fur the work. Speci
fications were issued a tew days ago for
bids to do tho work. The specifications
bear the stamp of the ring on thrir tace.
All bids for the work must be submitted
within seven days, and the work ruu.-t be
commenced within Ave days thereafter.
This short notice cuts oil bidslrom parties
outside the city. Further, the commis
sioners will receive bids irom only those
who have machinery tor making con
crete, and as'.there is but one firm ot con
tractor in Washington who have the
required machinery, the style of the
bidding virtually gives them a monopoly
of the work. The district ring is not
A statement Is now going the rounds
of the Iladlcal press that Gov. Hampton
in his message to the legislature recom
mended the wholesale repudiation of
South Carolina bonds. This statement
is false and malicious. Gov. Hampton
recommends that the debt ot the state be
careiully scrutinized, that the bonds of
doubtlul validity, and such as bear evi
dence ot fraud upon their lace, must be
discovered, and eu:h only will not be
paid. Got. Hampton recommends that
every dollar of the lawful indebtedness
of the atate be paid, aud that measures
be taken to place the stale in a position
to be able to meet the accruing Interest
on her indebtedness. Gov. Hampton
does not recommend repudiation, but he
1 determined that South Carolina shall
not be mulcted Into paying hundreds ot
thousands of dollars ot bonds Illegally
and fraudulently issued under carpet
A prominent Chicago banker says
that the two richest men In the United
suites foul- vears hence will be Jay
Gould and Secretary Shcrmau."
Quiney Herald: "Four hundred
and eighty millions of dollars have been
expended on our navy since 1SC1, aud
our present armament is inferior to any
third rate power. In fact, according to
Ailmirnl Pnrtir. WC have 110 HaW WOrlll
The Louisiana State Jltjtafer says
The painted lizards that, in the name of
KermtiliranUm. have lor vears tyraiiized
over Louisiana, now find their occupation
gone, and to get even they are joining
the Democracy, in ancient limes such
people hung themselves, but it seems
there are two ways ot committing nun
tari, and one is as successful a the
A Chicago telegram to the New York
Sun says : "Judge Davis will ute m
stand at the extra session in the senate
with Thomas Ewing and William D.
Kelley in the house on the currency iues-
tion. He will go tor the remonctization
ol silver, for an increased issue of green
backs and an Interconvertible bond at 3
per cent Interest, In order to give the peo
ple tho relief they are so urgently flam
lion. Henry Watterson has been In
vited to deliver tho memorial address on
decoration dav at the National cemetary
at Nashville, Tennessee. In his letter
accepting the invitation Mr. Watter-on
uses the following language:
"I letl that the American soldier who
gave up hU life for bis opinong was my
a --i. i r it.. Itniro llranmra lor I.UI
. - - - ..... . ...
to Hi ft Tomlial diniiiiiii- "r"
lcTlllon Ol IMUi-in unnj
.-.I ic. mt Ihf Rebellion Arllll-
1 1 w itoiinMird-ITireiiry lor thai
Aeed for ' Anion, I.tc.
KimvmiF.i.D. 111.. April 30. It has
already been reported to the 'lime$ that
the two bronze groups ueniueu iu um.
menttho base ol tho national Lincoln
monument have arrived here, and that
they are to be placed In position at once.
These two groups were designed by Lar
kiu U. Meade, of Florence, Italy, who Is
also the architect ot the monument, and
whodesigned the statue ot Lincoln al
ready described in the Titus. ilio
groups were cast iu bronze by the t'hi
copte Arms company, ot Massachusetts
aud are said to be the most elaborate
bronze castings ever executed in this
couulrv. 1 hey are now on mo monu
ment grounds, and have Deeii so lar
stripped of their casings that a compara
tively good view Is to be had ot them,
and a really excellent idea ot the spirit
of the oompoition is obtained. They
have already been inspected by many
members ot the general assembly, and
by hundreds of our citizens, and a bncl
description will probably be interesting.
The infantry group consists of three
figures, the centre ot which is au olliecr
garbed in the Infantry uniform which
was made historic by tho w ar of the re
bellion, but which has been discarded for
a combination dress, ornament, and dis
tinctive marks gathered from the Prus
sian aud French armies, and from the
service, ot iho late 6o-called confederate
st:iti-. This officer has seized the stall"
of the colors which but a moment bclorc
had fallen to the ground, witn which ne
i,.ona nn' ha nrin. I ne Doisc oi mis cen
tral figure is very liue, and with the tlag gtute ue run ,"or a single ballot or so,
wh c 1 s lines out, uispiaj ma u iuu k'o- , v t he Missouri delegation au ex
ries, sixteen icet uigu, manes k,v",i'
pyramidal in lorm. un uie ieu is mum
mer boy with bis drum, who has caught
the excitement ot lire scene, ana ikj
rushes forward wittia pi-ioi in in rim
aud drumsticks In lus lett nana, un me
right of the otuccr is tne ngure oi a pri
vate soldier in infantry uniform, with
mipsatk, and all accoutrement, in uie
act of charging with itie nayoneu i ne
up Bgain nt thuiext mcclli'tf of the r ab I
net. Secret? ThompF'"'
that he Ink mi d to vltt h"'c ' 1 ""
yards at an raly day. U "' ,"t(,
that he will to Norfolk this i ueck
The yard galrM during the ; Inrtl-
gauons trie repitation 01
THE COLLECTinSHtr AT SlRtXOMEID,
T .e contest ever the coll;ctorshlp ot
internal revenie at Springfield, " "
becoming ex.ecdliigiy . rwil1r',' ;v Vn i
Plnkham, fonnerly "!'r ,f !, the
clerk In tho otlce of Col. Me rum, nc
present Incumkut of the othce. is wro
making a vigo-ous fight f' Ml'r' e
place. The bet has been V$
Secretary Sho.man, well autlit-ntlcat . J.
that in the foir years Mr,;'!,,;'lUlH'l
n... i.- ........... i..nt. ironi in
rice more thai seven-ci'liis ot tie time
., ... i. in en on duty
at his olllce in the lour V a" togUhtr
i. , i f,.r which he re-
fl lvrd n Ralarvnf $1 rKI a VCiir, K",UW
in all tl.n l,..l,.n ..t liU t'llllC belllg dt
voted to his immeiise tiiruiing Interisis
In Tazewell county, sixty "1 es from
Ida nrhoo mxl lii rvtensivc banking in
terests at Pikin, a distance of nearly
hundred miles troiu lii otlice.
TUB ADDITIONAL FACT
Has been laid hero re Secretary fhermai
that e ght of the subordinate internal
revenue officers in Merriam-i district are
stockholders ot the Tckin National bank,
r, wi.toi, Moppi-im i both t resident and
a director and that said bunk has large
hn-inrns transact ons Willi Uie mj
interests of Pekiu.
nrrirKRi ov xr.xr fOMdiEss
. t,n pun Ki'Sfllou Uran-s closer llie
candidates lor minor ollleis ltierease.
Adams and fauldwdl remain tne only .
candidates lor clerk. O. N. Corse, hold-the-tort-Corse,
ot Chattanooga, is to be
a candidate lor sergeant-at-arms against
John G. Thompson. Besides James
Stewart, the present incumbent, lor pot
ma'ter, A. M. Corwine is a candidate,
and (i. U. Maddox, whose testimony be
fore the committee on powers and privi
leges attracted some criticism, will be a
candidate lor door keeper.
The speakership matters remain un
changed. Sunset Cox will be in New
York at the end of this week in the most
sanguine vein. As the result ot his trip
in the southwest, he has hopes of Mills
and Throckmorton of Texas, and his
triends say that a conference with Sen
ator Garland at Iho Hot Springs, Arkan
sas, has resulted as well as usual. 1 hero
is a good deal ot trouble promising, and
Cox has letters from one or two New
England congressmen currently assigned
tn another candidate. A recent letter
from Missouri savs that Buckner of that
nitw if F.nTisKMrNTi.
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THl P10HEIR TOBACCO CO
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$55 TO $RKE. P. O. VICKKKY.Au
A day a """ Al'?"ll
and uiiiw free. '
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dispoce t 1" piano n'l orKana. now an- -e-onl-lnl
ot llrct-rla main Im lnriinK Watrr
(im lii'ln'R their new aouvenir and l.oiejoir) are
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V librrll discount to t.a.-licrs. luiuiatrrs.
HiiK M ATK1.S 4 tS, .MaaunaoiuriTS
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Ti,.i..ili)iU'i)t of Baair lial.lu lo ob truction
l imttl. Ilnnt nf.tflvrt th.n. It is no
npreMrrj- to ontrn(r' (lie imlate with nauoin
ilruss in (ucti -p. T ho pntie lalm
known i.. 1rnint's Kir. rveswnl Selt.er An
em, and it in alao the moid ii)fr?ble. lt y r
ullun n outH:n:, euoiiiiinr nun iurts. -un
by all ilnikirils
Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name
lO eta., postpaid. I.. JO.ShS .t tJ.,
Nu'iii, N. .
500 Clover Seed Hullors
5-,-nil for rin-ular of our new doiiMe ' boll, r
f..,nii.l Mrrh Mart'h ' til IsTT. Huhnln'iifi
.. n.iil ih .1 It will hull and rlean tlidf f vU
-i....n il lu ttrr. tliMt it i more !aliv hntull.'d
tha'n any otlir buller made II V..RU- 1 iW N
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m . - &nn t.tr iIav at home. mini..-8 W rt
TO MI.SuNAtJ., I'ctl
A 1AY. lluw tu make It. x.imeliiiim
' . i th and alniil t. w t l" .'n
OrklMIXKI) cr!n Willi nann- !'. Samp.
oW'ior " t t.imi'. . . LIMil.KV A CM
cuse for not committing themselves to
any one candidate,
Tiiti CALLi:i :s,slo'.
At the exibinet meeting it was decided
to issue the call lor the session this week.
THE EASTERN WAR.
features and arrangement ol dress ol the
soldier will represent those oi uie wcn
urii oliintwr. and with a delici'.e tate
M r. Meade has chocn lor ins represt n-
tative inlantryinan a west, ru Anieriean.
This group in honor ot tne inuntry ami
ot the service, which has been well
spoken ol as "that humble arm, good for
nothing but to light battles and win
yictories,'' is to stand at the rijiht of the
tatue of the emancipator aud deliverer.
The naval group is better known to
the citi.enS of the great republic than is
the infantry, tor bv tho consent ol llie
associatiuti it was vxhihitcd at the cen
tennial exposition at riiiladelpMa. and
there attracted much favorable comment.
The center object i-oneot th'"se immense
monitor which were bro ight into u-c
during the celebrated expedition tor the
oienin" ol the Mis.-Nsipph Titer were
All tbi candidate for the speaker
ship of the next house, except Cox, are
now in Washington "watching their
chances." Mr, Cox, who hai been do
ing Uie south on a "lecturing tour"
( more truthfully speaking, an election
eering tour), was la Memphis yesterday,
aud 1 jierhapi now on hU way to Wash
Ington to "watch bis chances," Since it
has been given out that the admiuhtra
tlon has abaadoned all hope of organiz
ing the bouse In the interest of the lie
publican party, and aa the time lor the
convening of the extra session draws
uear, the Democratic aspirants are all on
Uie look out, and working with renewed
energy. iUndall, who has all along been
considered a formidable candidate, is
now not so sure of being able to pull
through. Recent development Indicate
that he will receive very liuie support
trout the south and west,aud even where
bis strong bold layJu the cast.be 1 meet
ing with opposition from quarters here,
tofure considered solid for hlui. Not
withstanding all Ibis, IUndall l un
doubto'lly a stiag caiididateandutay la
able to carry oi the prie, but it is cer
tain that he Is not as sanguine ot sue.
cess as be was a few weeks ago. Of the
other candidates, tt is diacult to tell
which has the largest following. Mor-
comrade, no matter w here he fought, aud
1 know that the fame ana honor ot every
brave soldier are dear to me. I shall
brinir to the nerlormance of this duty at
least a national snirlt. proud ot the
achievements of the whole people on tho
battleileld and happy in a peace that
loins all the pconle iu a lasting union ot
The fight between rostmaster Filley
and Old liilly McKee Is becoming com
plicated, and like the Eastern war there
is no telliue where It will stop. A few
days ago the 1st. Louis Time and !((
publican each published a cotnmunica
tion from Mr. Filley in which Mr. .Mc-
Kee was handled rather roughly. The
aiohflUmoeral, McKee's paper, took
umbrage at the 7W for publishing the
communication and said some very hard
things about it, and in a tit oi anger the
Tinu comes back at the O.-D.'j owner
thusly: "As to the controversy with
Postmaster Filley we have but little to
say and no concern whatever, Mr,
Filley may be all that Mchee s smart
young men declare him to be, but If
there is a meaner, viler and more abject
moral aud physical coward, a more
shameless thief or arrant kuayc than
William McKee he has had the good lor
tune to escape the criminal dock and the
public pillory." We are impatient to tee
tho O.'D.U rejoinder.
. . . I IV. I.k ., 1
ued against isari'i o. io mm u uwi.
Vkk. burg, but they attained their ut-
niot celebntv as lled III llie ieniictluu ol
Forts rhillips and Jackson, below New
Orleans. On one of the e monitors i
perched a sailor boy or -powd.-r mon
key," who looks constantly to thelront
to discover if possible the object at w Licit
a sailor, w ho U upon the riht, is direct
ing his index linger. This sailor in
proper uniform is in the act of rolling to
ward the mortar a shell filled tor its cali
bre. On I he left ot the mortar is a sec
ond oilier who has just taken lrom hU
eye the gla.-s with which he has been
viewing the position and intention of the
enemy. Uis ngure is, aunougu standing,
in complete repose, anu ms leaiure
well represent the assured contidence with
which the otneers ol me American
navy are accustomed to look upon the
enemy, or the various changes of an en-
gag.-ment. ine contrast between tne
cool confidence ol this figure and the la
borious exertion ol the sailor and the ex
cited demeanor rf the boy is very
striking and w ill be considered, it is be
lieved, one of the most interesting fea
tures of the group. This group is to be
placed on the left ol the Lincoln statute
so that the southern side ot the monu
ment will represent Mr. Lincoln with
the infantry on his right and the nary
on tils lett in tne act ot crustung trie re
bellion while in bis bands be hold the
proclamation of emancipation. Kacli of
these groups weighs about four tons,
and they are to be placed in J osition as
soon as tne requisite machinery can he
arranged. When upon the pedeetal there
will be some proper ceremony of dedi
cation, which will ot course be reported.
1 lie runus ana subscription ol the asso
ciation are exhausted by the exicns cd
these groups, which cofct, delivered,
f 13,700 each. A bill is low pending in
the general assembly winch provides an
appropriation of $27,000 for the ex sense
of the two other groups cavalry and
artillery which are requisite to com
plete the original design. Tho legisla
tive correspondent ot tho Ti has
clearly Itdnrmed the public of the incep
tion and progress ot this bill, and it only
remains to eav now that it is honed that
It may be passed, In order that the com
pletion of the monument should no
longer be delayed. It requires at least
three years to mould these groups in
clay, make the plaster easts, and com
plete bronze works, and as it is now
pretty certain that no session of the gen
eral assembly will be held next winter,
It Is apparent that it the bill making the
appropriation is not passed this winter,
tho order from the association to Mr.
Meade to begin work will necessarily
be delayed until the spring of 1S79, and
and that the completion of the monu
ment will bo delayed until 1S2.
Ituniilii lli IJIoektulo- IllaatT.Tlvd
l.rrrko-V NMnnlili lurk, t;,-l-K.-
.(l-lle-l.eiutii tb D.iuiiltc-ilvlore
1'. I'NSiN'i 1 II K llLOCK Al't;.
Lo.MioN. Mav 1. The TiU'jrai.h give
tho following account of lloOari i'a-ha's
runuiuif the blockade at cialatz in his
Ktetimer lleltoiuio. The admiral left
Kut-ehiik at night, approaching Ualat
which was iruaided by torimloes and
heavv batteries commanding the liver
1 he liirhts on the steamer were extm
"tiUlted. A rocket lrom the Koutituman
sdsore showed that the steamer w as di
covered. Coming abreast ot the hatter
ies the heavy guns ban to lire, but tin
Kcltoimo was run so elo-e in t-liore that
the runners were unubi"; to depr-a thel
pi..ce eiitlicieiiily for their slto'.s to tak.
eflect. The admiral only fired one shot,
and the Kcltoimo pas-ci to the JUack
Atulns, May 1. Th" di-tricrs of II. r
meiione, Argolio and 1'ar.js manifest a
disposition to resist the l.v calling out
an extraordinary rei-Tve. 'llie govern
ment is endeavoring to ptrsuaile thetn to
A hMAl.I. .-KIIlMIsH.
WATER! WATER! WATER!
FIRE! FIRE !
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, valises, JUtc, Uitc, .Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will bo Bold within noxt tbo Thirty Days at a
Cams Ono Come all to Gl OHIO LEVEE.
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Down go iho Prices of
A dispatch from Kigu-a says the Hi st
engagement since the expiration of the
armistice occurred ye.-'erday. A Ilere
govinun Insurgent ,r "attacked the
Turkish vanguard near Ntv-.ina, killing
1UE TI'KKs lEJ FA I1D.
The Starvlard't correowient at 1'aris
siys it is reported that in the lighting be
fore Kars me iur, wire driven Lack.
IjIsG J'.ACL I I" I. Ij l.'TRAGts.
A Frankfort di-patch reports that dis
gracetul outrage wt.re j.erpetrated on
tne Jews at Oiurgevo. I he corpses ot
the murdered lie unburied in the streets.
NOT 70 ISF. t'jMBAI'.bEIi.
A fpecial from Vienna says the
Koumamaii K'n'-rnrnent win announce
that lbrallia and Oalut will be panl
from bombardment. 1 he power will
endeavor to induce tl, jxjrte not to em
ploy irregulars In tritet iug lloumanlan
I'.E-Ol'KM.M, HE UAM Bi:.
hussu, at retpn-.t of Kouniania, bax
declared the navigation of the Danube
re-opened, subject to certain local restric
tions. A later teIe.raU1 j.ayg the Tt
opening ot the Uanu! is prmariiy due
tothe very decried rMiionstranccs ol
J'-KIHI.VlA.VMM, nil. URKI.gS.
J he lurki.-h amba.ds.dor t Athens
kd'ire'scd a very decid.J note to ireex-
in eonsequeuce ot hands from Oreek ter
ritory endeavoring to provoke irisurrea
u'jui iu i iie.saiy,
I K t OU l. It A lis.
A iet,na torresnondetit confirms the
new rt r.vsd from Krzeroum, that on
both the ,1'th and 30th oi April, battles
were fought before Kara, with strong do-
tacnn.enta of iiuBians, bst the result is
617 St. Charles street, St. Louis, Mo.
A TTlLf fiw tt W1tel rtV,t lu lnw
Syphll.t, Gonorrhas, Cleat, Strictgr, Or
thitit. Hemii, or Rupture. ll Urinary O.ittitl
tnd Syphilitio or msreurial afTtctioM of H
threat akin or benea, art trtd tra mjwIi.ih
aaocM. os uuxt KiMKiSa pnndtv eltl, rni.T.
prtn1orrhsa. 8ual Debility and Impot-
ncy. tttrtmit Bi fciuln 1. wiosl uwi
In -..'.ar.r jMri, or txtKf c J.-.. c4 sbica ptxAvm one
cf t&. luiLivica 3-u: t.rrrvutm. -nl mi,
rtlutT,dJD0MO.iiM.9fwU. B.MrT. fiapleees tt.
tux. t,'.clc7 mini waw!.tyelfaiMe.erjM
cf lieu, Iom of Mini k,m. mitnn DarrlAf
ft r.aauif u iao oboro. mi la 1 tk.
fi two r t c aiAEpo. &ii!"i"S oftt or my wl
txt. fca.JlBTiw4.frnioliyta.Jl or haovltts eo v.h.cf.
Vt-o It U laooiiil to rt.lt U. uy trtMaxia,
BlMiDca t.wot tj TJrwoJll,rT,!MT. 4 mr
oc:.m jrtulwl. .Ht iouhl (iu tl ! fre'. aw.
ijZat ku; ti.ll.uir. M. bu.i.j. U M. is I r. at.
PsmphUt, fa eny id Jreia, for Tw SUmpa.
Bnte..l.lltcr. for HOC.nl.
Manhood and Womanhood in Oarman, both
together, llluotratod, IS Cent.
MARRIAGE i 5s.
Pffis. i GUIDE.
XIm uat oloth An4 silt bfadififf. Blfrd far moo.
Ovrf I". Wjvirrl-jl tn f.KtJr, W t ii i WtCJT ca
tc toitiUi4 -4i4zisi & nrry, lo f mt.
Froptrill to ZLrrj, Vtx marry Crajt, UmUxA. Wao
booi, PftVCiCfti 1.C4t; 1 L eCeCt Of Ut4K7 -vol i--4.
w bo ihoQii mavrry ; Rlif tvtvl (Mpr !qm b ioarti.
1t,t t'CVCMa.Cf Of iWnitlKU'4, Ll B-t.f BMT. It
XtarxiMor oounp'aiLittl fcrrie trywiidi rnv4 .u
rUr-;oi.jLri;i?,Iemifr.a b'4&u U il 4VI
lCrfc. fWOriV.K.O, U O'Jf M U t tfel bt ftil tVlaU Pr't
toa lookexl op. o-i U14 iriT.ior lot,Ml U t-rif
cf f-rviJig- It ocuib ih orom of mdicvi liur
aVttire,Ujrt--. tlfrJ ta aI prw;Ua. aVC.4 T'.!l
to Uf Otiej VaW fU apTej ( 4 QajLTtftUi pTliaMi, tttA UlbC
toilxmt, tta.; loin tA&Ubl,
617 St Charlee ttreet, St. Louie. Mo.
617 St. Charlea Street,
Treats ail (unnt of Ventral ljistv.se., Semi
nal tmUsiurti and Sexual iJtbility, wilh
unjeralltled success. No matter w ho failed,
call or w rite; lamphlet or consultation free.
Can refer to the medical profeisior. in all
parts ol tne Coimtrjr.
Wo arc in receipt of the Fiuest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Lvtr brought to Cairo. Thre pood are j.un -lived by Mr. KarutiaVer who tmi.ti in
New York, and t tken hi lime in elcetm an.l btiylrn; jut wnl tun inerkei
neeil an-1 at f ri. c to autt the liuiea. You w ill lo e!l b . tiling
on ui, to look at our gooils an 1 jTice, We nuke
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
WHOLESALE AKD EtTAIL.
IN TFE CITY.
Oooda Sold Very Close.
Fil VT A!SU OILS.
1 n-a4 !n
r .i j
I)(alur Ex-bvrnar Oronwlour
(Counax- Jouraai. )
Our specuU diapat .U from Knoxville
convey the Intelligence of the deuth ot
the widely known ex-Senator Wiillani
Gunnaway BroAulow, ldentllka with
Ttnnetie politic ilr.ee 1S28. Mr. Brow n-
low was born in Wythe county, Virginia,
Auguat SO, 1W5, and waa left an orphan
and peuuik-at at twelve year of age. He
learned a trade, au J subsequently entered
the Melliodint isiuiatry. Alter re
moval to Tenuettiee be entered Into
politic, at alitor ot TU Whiy, and
publislied several work Hjainbt
tablnl HrrHuK Th NpriiiKl'lal
ullrrlorlilp-A HatlKlioat InrHvf
rlaua-tanirvra ot 111 Ka lluu
'I be kpkrablp tslna fcfaklou.
(.CABlNKT IN COIKCIL.
Vahinutox, May 1. At the cabinet
meeting tonlay the ielal seion cainu
up again, aud the origiual intention of
calling to meet oa the 4lh ot Juno wu
adhered to. 'ilie proclamation will bo
Unued iu a dvy or no. The queation of
reducing the number of pension njren.
ciei was alio diatusoed. Nothin? tinal
waa arrived at, yet it was virtually de
termined to cut the nuiu' er down to
about twenty, and make use ot postal
money order' in paying the majority of
pensioner. The subject will be taken
Annual I lower.
Th uio.t ui.traMn helm: in lite world
are tho.e tnerirg from dyapepkia and
More tiian .evt-DiT-iive ner cent ol the
people iu th l uited hUtea r artiitttij
Willi tUi u two iJu'-ni-ea ami their tllecU:
aue U an our itoinayh. alt k heudai.he, habit
ual tviHivcne,-. naloititlon of the heart, I
heart-bum, atcrLrh. L'nawinij and
Minim,. .ain m iie iiit of the t-toiua. h,
j. tun ain, coutc.l tongue ana UisL'ree-
utile ta-t: in the mouth, cominit up ol food
alter eatin-, iow pinui, He. Go to Paul
. S.-huii, tlruifKiat, a 75 tent bottle ol
Afiiim Ki.ijwku. era umple bottle lor
10 cent.. 'rj it two ilote will relieve
S99H ' ne mate i.y erary aum
7 . . vrjr. mnntli in Ilia l.u.meaa we
lurniib, but iliu willing to work cn wwily
aru a iluzn itulUra day nubl in their own lo
uliliait. iUvts uu room to rxi'lmu iwre, huai-
J.ltwunt aud bouurable, Womtn. boya
't Kin. 'in a mil m nuru. We w ill liiruiah
you a r.iiiinlrie outllt fri-e. The btintm-ka iaya
btlKr than unuluim ele. We will r t.
ol .tuning yUl FrtirttUra Ii.t. VV
mi ave, rtnuira ami luacbuuica, tlu-ir anu
auu uuuiiura, mi l ll tluwi la livwl oi luyl
work el hoaie, ibi.nl 1 write to ua end le ru aa
about the vor H unue. Now ia llie tuna
flon Idtlay. Addlie i'uue A Co, AukuoI
Ci.ro I. to JJ!cl!tr' .-.
Ir. lit 1 ft H' 1rr1ff-.utft-
rnykOiii4'ic.M v ihvi ci Ja. i
fur t .'r n.r f ij m,.l t .out tt-t l. j,,;
u.k-fji .'-, oi. ti.t- t.ty rt.r.t , vyn
rr 4u;. ewt 'in.r; A'ii. t. uK ,
K 1 HlVAi C In C yH,Al. XI EA1 n on i ' rt - tvi
' rriVMlej eHalurft f t t.i ., ft' alum ltl '
! ':j v i i evit in ai.-J I. , fi t , f.Ai ,
, J til it- a aV T t U f M ft. I fiCI.
MCL!''ALA DVICii 01 ft- 1 .a thn,r,r 1) mm
-ih,i. ia:tt. C4rii. l.aM r, It -mi.', t.it dr..
lrirr t,)L 1. ujm'iO J atfl' ' .
kit, i.p u,- ,w . 1, aoiit :ur.y aint'l ca r
:r of tO eia. a : Dr fi iM' D,iJ(.niirw
tat n. oin at. uji. tiw. t - 4
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
, tit XL' ftb&ui If
I BuTteKr Ua aol rv.ait'.b r
I U- argasu avaUSi. Wl'b Warn
lA'Aat 4mimin ua aaiatVi tf itpruttaianuB, iraaartUtf,
U. acp-aaa 4-
laia I aa UtfrMUtf vrk af v ka4r4 a4 alsty
!.'. WltA iV4ttrrti4 fVTatlLa, et4 Cufitai&tl vaiuadu,
IbCvciMUMi fur Uaa vuo ,artu4 er catf up!aut mr
turn. iUil tt U a u.avi duin.i to pl biV4r ur.l
n ivf ty lft .tAfeng!j atxyt tt touaa.
li aMtairi tla aij-nt.o mui a4vic of a fa trie! a
tti Vstioa U ri4 vida, abil abiul4 a Is it pr
t Uavr rcTrr mm b4 fmi ttfrujtLcut U. tii.if
g .u it ttibrcM a-.ry iLtnf ou ti t.txt of tli p-D'-r-aav
ixat la worUi tUaw.b, iLucfe UtaL u bat
p.LU4.evJ to aiay osfcf work. .
H-tt iu air oa 'tra of joUret for yttf Cix. i.
atHraat) Lr, fttutu UaUtrf, o. U X. Liu tUatf"
kv t-ba, U
Kollct to (ht Aft icttd n4 Unfortuntte.
-.f(ira w!yto to tka t'.trtr-ij quark a ha AtrU,
I 1 (fra, ot aeiBat ai.y juv?a ftn-ti-a, In
Lr Butt onctifiaa dnuhl hM f tnty roomnf
la tb'losaa4 by aoiaa of th umm! oeltiraul milal yrh a
aori jf Uiii tyuatry t4 Etiraa, ab1 eao ba cbaulu4 per.
Vv viy or tf mail. 00 tia di.aaa Vftiitobad la bia fun .
t a atift 1 trwr. fa .i Korta fciittQ auaak Utva
Corner 19th St. avni OommrclaJ At
C. 0. PATIER ft CO.
faints, Oils, Varnishes.
Vail Paper, Window Glane, Win
dow fibadOB, &Co
&lwy on tun-, ttf cf l l,rut J lUuxuinutln
'l.liil I II IN
M 1 a'T. .a i
O'CALLAUAH & HALL,
BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar & Syrup,
Specialty in Teas.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
En'lUh Brunsela. Three l'ly tnd Ingrain
aUo, Stiilr CaipcU, Velvet Huga, Crumb
Clothn, Oil ClothH, eto., very cheap
at the Old I'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpet carefully packed and aent to an
part of the United btatc true of charge.
J . BENDALL
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn lllinoia.
Lightning Rods. Fumpi, Stovca
Corner Kleve&th Strt and Waehlna
Mouad Ully bneicbl Mis?:
St. Louis, Mo.
rnos. A. BICE, A.M.!
IAS. BICE, A. M.,
J, U. HUKWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHQUriSHIP $81 00
all kind of lii..... vitb hum
.a lii.rrt .tikf in. ft. dm
Ili.ltl,.' .Uu'ltti fcllUW uB
.urt.li.i. Hurnpi, i:it
,i..i..,..jiirl Wy.l. n.a
l.ll K I' t'lOT.. .. II, m
th hutidr.il. vl sa.u.t,;. r ,Dtfc
". Iu 1..m..'r. tlw ir li..
" - - - i'ik,.-!, iuu v rxri ttlu nt th if
Au.in-M, i,. t. A H..iii,, W utu luia aua
MOST Coiniilfti", Thorf'Uli mi'l
roui of Miiily in tlio l'iiin.1
course iiilirH iihililr to fcwiy ynuutf Hum till
turkini; ou the aca Ol lift.
lllos. A. i;iu:. A
No W Ohio Levee,
"Y"M. It. SMITH
Physician Sc Surgeon,
OlUoe la Winlrr'a IHork.tcorner hi Ten Hi add
roiiuiirrciHl Avenue, (eutraiioe ou hivMilli.
lU-aiUinc 1 Uirlutulll atm:t, weet ol H aaiiliiKlun
. . . j . 1 - - - -
M.Ji-'Htxjn I NVomaniickidI MarkiaokI
Impediment to Marriage; the cam
and cure. Sent securely ceo lid, pot
paid for soccnta, by Dr. C. WiiiTTir a,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Lnuia, Mo.,
the great specialist. Pea4 hiaworka,