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r.ulyilornin? Daily in Southern Illinois
larKnt Circulation of any Daily in
Diamonds, in large quantities, so it is
aid, and very valuable, have b -en dug up
receutly on a South Band, Indiana, farm.
A leaks kd ornithologist has ascertained
that humming birds are provided with tubu
lar tongui'S, and that they draw the honey
upon which they subsist into the stomach
directly thtough the tongue. Urn, urn, urn !
The mere thought of that kind ot a tongue,
associated with hot weather and blierry
cobblers, fairl y maddens us ! Straws would
Gensiui. Lixostki;f.t is a Il-pub'ican,
not because he subscribes to th.j tenets of
that pt.rty, but licdiu.se bis R pubiicanisin
pays bint elevifii hundnxl dollars a year.
Wu tiiink none the less of (Juncral I.ong
ftrei ! b-cause he is a It'.-publican ; but nil
bonis) men bold liiin in contfiupt b.iaiis '.
being a lb publican, be was. bur a few years
ago, liii- reddest IiuiiJ.mI of all red-handed
It is well that Sniator Lamar limiti'd
the AVashington-'iike Hdndratitm of JetT
Davis to the p 'ople of the South. Well
ington lougnt live yearn to estaoiisii tiie
govurniwnt. Jeff Davis fought four
years to' destroy it. The people
of tli- North, revering tiu mem
ory of Washington fur the gift of a free
govern 111 vnt, very heartily damn Jell'
Davis for striving to destroy
it. Th a peoplo of tin 8-iuth.
bless Ji-tr Davis for striving to divest them
of the gift for which they bless even Wash
ington's memory. Not being quite so
liberal or inconsistent in the bentowal ot
our blessings, we are glad that the gentle
man from Mississippi put geographical
limitations to his rather surprising avowal.
Tiik avowal may fail to meet bourbnnic
approval; but we feel constrained to confess
that Jeff Davis' name ought not to find u
place 011 the Mexican pension roll. In the
first place- ho has forfeited ull right to
share in thu munificence of the government :
and in the second place the granting of the
pension would only furnish him an oppor
tunity to spit upon the baud that tendered
it. lie has avowed and reiterated his abil
ity and desire to live without govern
mental recognition in any way, and the
spectacle of a great nation getting down on
its knees and asking him "a double-dyed
nrcb traitor" to ple we accept its favors
nnd becoms reconciled, is a spectacle that
raises the gorge of every man iu the country
in w hose veins there is ti single drop of
patriotic blood. It id humiliating, dis
gusting beyond expression.
I'u' k out the men ol average intelligence
who are bo-i'ale to ii"gro suffrage, and two
out of every Uireo of 'diem will be. trvowed
It publicans. The negro owes bis eiilVuti
chisein -ut to Republican love of place nnd
power. Where one R -publican was actu
ated by hUiii.tne nil I philaiithropbii
motives ti. u- hundred Were governed by the
apparent and growing needs of his parly.
It was believed that the addition of 800,000
voters would give, the parly perpetual ascen
dancy, and M that consideration alone
is the black indebted for his right
of suffrage. But the anticipation
of the patty have "gang nglee." Had the
Republican leaders, of fuurti.en yem ago.
foreseen that, boforc the year IdBO, negro
suffrage would be rcsponsibh for Demo
cratic ascendent;' in the House of Congress
that the licii:Khisl oting jiowet it gave
to the South would give to the lV.(ieratic
party ut h ast tivcnly representatives, ami in
tho Republic-ill party not mure than out! or
two, bad the party forcsv-eii this, and the
increased strength given to tho Dem.xTacy
in the electoral college, who supposes thnt
hroiigh Hepublican effort, the negro, to
day, would bo a free and independent sov
ereign? Humanity and philanthrophy had
but little to do with the matter, as m shown
by the fact that the men who are fiercest
in tlu ir hostility to negro sulTrage,especially
in the South, are prominent Republicans,
and not iniorant Democrats. It increases
Democratic representation is an agent of
power to Democrats, and, having the same
reasons for upholding it that Republicans
bad for establishing it, the Democrats who
antagonize it are recreant to their party's
Ir was a l;een, cutting retort that Zach
Chandlrr gave to Senator Morgan the other
day. The motion to drflp Jeff Davis' name
from the Mexican pension roll was under
discussion, and Chandler had just con
cluded a speech bitterly denunciatory of
Davis, concluding with the remark that
"every man, woman and child in the North
knew him to be 11 double-dyed traitor to
bis country." Mr. Morgan demanded to
know, if such was the belief, why Davis
was not tried. "Who. I desire to nsk,
went on his bond when he was released
from prison ?" Instantly, and without the
change of a feature, Chandler replied:
"The Democratic candidate for the presi
dency,! believe, went on his bond." It is
perhaps needless to add that Morgan had
no more questions to ask on that occasion.
The walking contest in progress in New
York is attracting the attention of the
whole world. Thousands of spectators pay
n half dollar each to see tin contestants,
and what return do they obtain for their
money? Three men, with sore feet, swollen
joints, suffering for want of rest and sleep,
plunging around a ring, suffering the tor
tures of the damned, and all for what?
That they may make money a little faster
than by ordinary methods, and that the
sportingmen who gather in the receipts at the
door may profit by tlpirp iins. When the
poor fellows have std;ped off th -ir 400 or
500 miles, and sleepily st-igger around the
ring lik drunken nV'ii, su.T-:ring inexpressi
ble tortures of bv.h bly an 1 mind, tlr'
throng ot lo ik-.-rs-oa increases in sizj tin
the enthu-iiasiii iii ir.t -iisity. It is a cr:i"l j
ex'iiltiti d). an I t'tily vitiated t:i.-tes can en
joy It. P. S. By y .-.terday's papers we
!ear:i that llnveli, t!ie Eugli.-hnian, w.-m tie.
rilE I'OMTIC.W, llnsTS ON Tin; I'OToMAC
l!l..CKltl,ll. AM) IIAMlAI.I, ll TIIKIK
lIKAli'JIWIfi'KUs TI.Ml'I.HAM I'. 1! l-.l' I il! M
IN lll.At KlU'UN's CM1' llll.lU.vn-M' Koll
SKNATK Ol -TICKS- INCi.l'.TAIN IMIKIUC
TlllNS AS TO l.KNiiTII uK sKsSIUN. TIIK
I.ON:ilT I'l i;K TO lT'.
l-'rnin our r.'u'.'ir t'oii'"i;iiiiii!i'iil.
Wasjii.vuto.v, March b'ith, 1ST!'.
All the candidates and odlce seekers on
the Potomac appear to be quiet to night and
an; pursuing those tactics which are known
in politics as a "still hunt." A few mem
bers who left immediately on adjournment
have returned but the number is small, and
the Democratic house caucus has been
postponed from Saturday the 13th, inst.,
until Monday the 17th.
The Democratic Senators will bold their
caucus on Saturday, and it is expected that
the attendance will be full with perhaps
the single exception of Hampton of South
Carolina. It is understood that the cau
cus will meet on Saturday night to appoint
a committee to draft a schedule of the
standing committees of the Senate on the
part of the Democratic majority, and per
haps to discuss informally the merits of the
condidates for the various oliiees
It appears that Col. Stodd inl Johnson,
of Kentucky, lias initiated the beautiful
example of Mrs. Hayes, in establishing the
rule that there shall be no liquor dispeiiied
at Mr. Blackburn's headquarters. It will
go hard with the majority of politicians to
forego their customary ration, but it will
make this political stiuggl'1 much more de
cent than any that any has been known lit
Wiliard's for years. L ite last night a promi
nent Democratic ineinlier moved to suspend
the rules and allow one bibulous bout be
fore retiring, but Col. Johnson rcluseil nu.st
llatly anil said that there should be mi
drinking in Blackburn's rooms.
There is 110 end of speculation as lo tin
nrobable b ii-rth of the extra session uml in
regard to the probable cuurii- of li gi.iliitiuii,
many think the Hi-sion will be s,hort uml
end abruptly with avilo to the bill repeal
ing Ihe i'Yiicral election law. In this cast-then-
would si-cm (obe no other course but
to call a second extra sevdnn. for it is un
derstood llint appropriation liilU will nut I
be passed lllllesi with the Vep-al of this
law; widimit appropriutions all the inn-
chincry of govcrniiient. civil, military and
judicial, must stop. The President cannot
draw his salary, Ihe members of congress
will be without pay, and the (jUestioil limy
turn upon which can hold out the longest.
It is certain that the president has more laid
by for a rainy day than tl.e a erage inem
bet', but this U not the case with tho presb
dent's cabinet, nor with the 100,000 office
holders. There ure many who believe, and
many in this city who hope, that the ses
sion will continue through the summer
and merge without intermission into ihe
regular session in December.
Ciikw Jackson's bewt H't Navy To-b.K'Cii
You Mt'ST Ct HK THAT
Shiloh's Consumption Cure you can cure
yourself. It has cstublishm the tact that
Consumption can be cured. hilc for Coughs
Bronchitis, Whooping Com h, Asthnuyind
all diseases of Throat and bungs, it is abso
lutely without an equal, Two doses w ill re
lieve your child of Croup, it is pleasant to
take and perfectly harmless to the youngest
child, and no mother can ell'ord to be with
out it, You can use two thirds of 11 bottle
and if what we say is not true wo will re
fund the price paid. Price 10 cts. 50 i ts.
and 11,00 per bottle. If your Lungs are
sore or chest or back lame useSbilob's Por
ous Plaster. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
IlAVKyou Dyspepsia, are you Constipa
ted, have you a Yellow skin, boss of Appe
tite, Head Ache, if so don't fail to use Shi
loh's System Vitalize!1. It guaranteed to
relieve you, and will you continue to stiller
when you can be cured on such terms as
these. Price 10 cents, and 75 cents. Sold by
Well's Persian Periunie "Hackinetaek"
is rich and fragrant try it. Sold by Ban lay
Consumption Cuhkd. Au old physician,
retired from practice, having bud placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
the speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, aud
all throat and lung affections, also a posi
tive and radical cure for nervous debility
and all nervous complaints, after having
tested its wonderful curative powers in
thousands of cases, has felt it bis duty to
make it known to bis suffering fellows.
Actuated by this motive, and a desire to
relieve human suffering, I will send, free
of charge, to all who desbe it, tb'.j recipe,
with full directions for preparing and using,
in (termini, French, or Knglisb. Suit by
mail by addressing with stamp, naming
this paper. W. W. Sherar, 149 Powers'
Block. Rochester. New York.
Ily virtue t'n pecl:it cvcutlnn to nic il.'recled. by
thi-i'ler'sol'llierireiiit Court nl Ali-xiiiiil-ri ontitv. 111
I In- Sink- ul lllleoi-, In t:ivur ol' Wood r.ilkll!iuM--e
mi 1 .lo'i-pli II. i;iite:,lioM-i'. i'.h parliicm
eniiipo-iii' the llr'11 tit' Wo.i l ifitt -nl'iiii-i'
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t'ii riiiiiiti riail 1 1' AiiMim' :' uaniy; :i! tin- i
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tlilid M,ni.l:n in M . 1,-vl. iit'wiiii-ii linie all
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lied hih'i n i!H -n il 10 mieed lor Hie )..ir"i',' ol le,-lie.-tie--line
iiiliii-tnl. All iei-nli-liKlel-li'd lo m ii!
ol'ilc nr.. r'cinli'd In riiike iiinih'iliaie Ji.-imih-i.i in
Ihi- iiie'.. --i:.'iii'il j
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KMHtPN'r::. A U l I I'OX. , In.jj , i.-tru-.rix, ;
Al.l'ltl.l) W II. ( U.. AiniiliilMr'Unr.
Kl'TI AI, AlU SOCIKTV.
llAitaisia'Ho. Ii.iinois. I'i lirunrv II, is;n.
At -I eulli-d iiii'i tins of the Itrntii li I ifl'.cu of the
Widow - mid Orpliai c Mntiiiil Aid Sm ielv of Cairo.
III.. ul lluirisliiire;. Ill . K II. I'uldwull nr. uh
cleoted to the ollici h ol Secntiirv mid Treuniirer. to
till Hie viicsni y luui-ed by Hie nilunailDii ol K. M.
Il Is i-unii'stlv (lenlretl hv I In- Hoard of MnnnacrB of
thiii Iti'.'uicti (Jlhce. Hint ull the InnniT Ini'inlni'H of
thin' tlice who lire helilnd with their usse-MiietUs,
Unit tiny iniike Iminedlnle iunii.it to I he Secrelu-y
no timt their politics niiiv In- i. Iiibt iti il In Dim tin
elieiipesi nnd n i u-1 1'nultiilili! Kile 1 ii-ura :.uc ( n. uii
The liiiinsei'i. of Hie Hume Oltien lit Culln. lill- :
liois lme lulely innde s I'liimiilernlile rcdtiction In ;
the miuiliil n-,'s-)ii'iilf. ill ll.e mi inlier- of tin. ,i- j
siii'lctv mid Its l-ralu lies for the expense thereof.
Tiikiiu'lihcliie-tn limit of Hs-e.i-iiii'iit lor iiniiiiiil
epi'iisi- us allowed 'it Hie innsllliitinti of I he Vt lit- ,
own nnd Orphniis .Minimi Aid Soea ty ol Cidro llil I
liois. (nl which this In ii llu.i cli illlliel.il Will not '
rii-l on il $1,010 pu'ley mi ur il.nn irnni Jill 0' to
$iH1.ii for n term of i yi ni. itepi ens upon iitc
iu.iired. Iinslii-.rn i .dniliiti'on i n tin: ii-UHlc-llui-ncd '
Iut f i' 1 1 1 ;t ' of 1'inrliilitv : whin m other Life I mm- ,
ruiic.e ('iiinpiiuii-. Ili.e the Muliinl of Ni-n' Vi.rk.il
will enctoii n l,nm life policy lor one. jiur nlone I
$'.".' Vnto SlifJ ;i.'i. ueeordl-e.'to tlicnec ol the lii'iired;
oln n more tlein peomis ol uiodi'iKle i lrciim- I
"liilif-ni'iitl pay, liiellciilcily now In this I nic of
flu.'iiii llil dlslre.s. The -nun-iiiunuiil teiil olln't cum I
iniiifc will cliiir,-,' lor i t,i Hi,r nloi i, will i innv mi
III the Wldowh liiui I phiiiif tor m. tenrs mai liinic. '
Then- is no null r or soundi r sorleiv IIiiip the .
mid ti, M. A. S ol ( alio IIHiioN. Iu ei-i,-i.ii ; the I
liiemlii'i of which lire in. I n... :.i dor lii:(nl In help j
In sitppoi t hiiv liir'H miIuiIi-iI nllieei'H, or in Inillil
hirce nnd eoMly oltli i nnd Inilldlii'. no i,ii!e ,
niiiiiinit nf limii If. in ciiiiiuiiiteil Kir vuiiie scoiiiidrcl .
lo einliivzle or sli nl
III the W. mill tl. M. . S. ol I' lli'n. 111., the Pfe
polle;,.. lire nil Sllf,'. nil lleilHl ln a W id h" l i- llllll
to he piild to the lieni'lli IiiiIch ullliolit ntiy i;ls,ie 1
or 1 1: iit . n ;i ne kind on the pint ol'theroei) my.
It Is H liot-te ll:H!li. ii t ool' man' , wlilie.iV mid
I orpliiiii's iiialltuilnii, Nnin'soi r Kill tiliiil liny 1
nniv oiiiaiu ii -iniill iii-iii ini r. 1 1, i ( i :t t tne n'nii ,
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i'i:oii:ii:n)i; or srih. r ptknt
icj: by tiik car load or ion, well
RACKED i-'OR SlIII'l'iNti.
Cat' I jondH u Wpocinlty.
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Cor. Twelfth KthM't ami Levt'O,
iTIN: TITKSDAY MORNING, MARCH
CAN RE RURNKD IN ANY PETROLEUM LAMP!
Is the very Highest Grade of Illuminating Oil from which, ir the process of manufact
ure, every impurity has been eliminated. ELAINE is free from Benzine
and Paralfinc. In color, ELAINE is spring water white, and its "lire test"
is so high as to make it as absolutely safe as any illuniiiuint known. Hav
ing no disagreable odor, ELAINE is a pleasant oil lor family use, It
docs not incrust the wick, and thus is avoided its frequent retriinming.
Ask For It. Use No
Inferior and CIiwiiht Oils are falsely offered and sold as
ELAINE. Re sure you are not Imposed upon. The dealer
who would deceive you in this, w ill deceive you in other
ELAINK NEVER VARIES IN I'ALITV.
Jeeeived the following
EKd.M THE ORIGINAL. iriitiBS or THE
centennial international exiiirition, i
ONLY FIRST IREMir.M. IMPLO.MA AX0 MEhAL.
A (iOLI) MKDAL
L'.'-om I'ittshui'LC Ix position Sociciv. I HT5.
Adopted fur the Inland M;.i illi Si r. of the
LniiiT llorsi-: Department or the Tniied States.
The Board of
I NITED STATES STEAM lit lAT INSl'EtTORS
of il;e I'. S. Treasury Department gives Elaine itr. uniUalifinl ri-coiuiiii'inlatioii.
HOARDS 01-' KIRE I'N DKRWRITERS
tliKHihout the I'nited Stnti s endorse its list- and rate it as safe as gns,
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I'ARIS EXPOSITION, !
Si. I jcmis, M-
CARTENTKH AX I) CO.STRACTOH.
joiin a. roon,
Caupenteu and Contractor,
MIDI ON TENTH HTHEKT,
(betwcoii Wunhliitton and Wluut.)
Kstir.iutcs on buildiiigs, on losscn by Are
or otherwise imide on hhort notice.
,L work intrUKli'd to him will receive promjit
uttcmUiii. mid will he uxeculcd In a ml cfatlorv
HYKIMi AM) KESOVATlS'i
''OL'R OLD CLOTHES
CAN BR lH!At:TiruU.r
DVKI) OK JtKPAIUKI)
At a Trillins Eip' nse-C. 0. P.
CIIAS. SBELLKY, NO. 30 KI0I1T1I ST.
tfirLadii- ar.d (lentu' old huts inxle new
lilltl'S A Nil MlOKS.
Mnnufuclurer and Dealer iu
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Iealhor and LTndinojs
No. 0 Commercial Ave., Bet. Klfth and Sixth fctn.
Keeps consliintlv nn hmid u lurje assortment of
lirnls anil I.adien Hoots an I S lines nf all Hyle
and Mii'. and of the very hrrt ol St I.ouia anil
I'incltinatl Hand made work: sold 1 1 super thnu
eter hefore. and rbeuper than like oods cuu be li
laiutal iu this city.
Also, always on hand a lare sli ck of I-cathi r and
Kin it I n l' ol all dcKcripilou. nl.i Mtv clnfe.
Tin: DAILY III I.I.KTIN.
I Tin ('aim Pti'.'.etin cut- rs upon it
Hllteii'.li y-i-nr Willi a complete new
j 'H.ILI nnd a i! lern.lliJilu n to u nke
1 1 J f 1 1 2 1 1 1 .f l patrons. '
EE EEL EE
I- l'li'di-bed i.virv
Mli.Mi.w- i m i.i ti.h.
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-'..l.l.iis II llllx alw.lts ilnt;, . advoi .t'e
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of charm's and miinuer of Uliphiyiu"
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