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JUKI. (I. MOIIHAN.
t 'In nnnti Hem. CVn. Tom. Villi C-nR-las HI'
Nl'A ATOM A I. ' V H XT IO.V.
The lieinocnu; of tlio First Senatorial Indi.cl
w ' r f mldc In conrcnl on at tlio city of Metro
i.c. , on Tliurs .lay, the Hhday of AiisiiM, nott,
kilo iKaa- p.m., for thn nomlnitton of n ran.li.
date lo represent said lislriel,ln IhuMatefonatc.
Tlif rtti of representation will I"' '" iti'loK'to
fnr etc ryP" rotes ct for .-'fimour nnd lllalrnl
the l't Pro n drntlal election, mid one doli'Kftte for
e my Iraellonalparl thereof In exec of fifty son ,
Alsmler 1J Helctfites.
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AI.KX. II. IUV1N, fli'm.
r.ui.vju: or Tin: sax nouixao
Huncit men nil over tlio country wlll.bo
gratified on reading tlio tuk-jjram an
nouncing the rejection oftho.San Domingo
treaty by tbo Senate. A voio taken Thurs
day rciulted in a ttu two-thirds being
nccouary for ratification. If for no olhur
rt'Hion, tlio treaty thould linvu been re
jected as a rcbuko to tlio Vreiidont for tlio
tinduo means umployed by him to sceuro
Its ratlllcatlon, and as a warning to Tuturo
Kxccuttve wlio might havobcen dl'poud
follow the bad cxnniplu thus cl, hud it
been succcMful. Hut there wcro many
other reaons whv tho f chenio Miould not
(uccccd. It looked to an uiidclrablu c
(juliitlon of territory, nnd involved u largo
oxpcndlturo at n tlmo uliim llio coimlry 1
groaning utider tlio momtroiM debt nnd tlio
taxation It caiiH-, nnd no otio wn really
to bo benefitted lnit a m of speculator, In
whos Interest tho l'rtsldnt has labor.'d
with to much zeal.
It it tald that the chouiu will not bo
abandoned, but Dint, the treaty having
fallal, an ell'yrt will bu made by tho $au
Domingojobbcr, through tho 1'roMdent,
to get a fimplo rediitiiu of nil
ne.alk'ii through thu Senate. Hut It Ik to
U-h ' jied that the country bio. lioard tho
hut of this buInos,',for tho proroulnl loat
At bett an uuwlso lnuveinent, lll.tltiuil
and impolitic it bin been tho means of
lowing tho aduitnittratiou ttlll further
in the ryes of tho people, nnd Inn been a
illiCRaiiJnl. Let thn .San Dumingo Job
bri try tlair hands now at mnu'thing
wh! li dors not already Mtnk In tho ni
tnli if the jieoplo.
When tho pollute thowod a diKxltioii
to lift tho odious liii-onio tax from thu
ihc- dcis of tho people, there weroevideu
cws c f I'loiiiiiro and rojoicliig throughout
tl" country. It would atford a littlu relif.
nnd f -r that littl tbo in:i.o wre tliauk
ful Hut their gratlllcatlon wa of thort
durati' n Aftor wiping out tho oxhauit
Ing tax, and leading thooountry tobelicro
that there wa a littlu rationality mid
mercy in its compositiuu, thu
Senate on .Saturduy, of last wvek, n t
uImiiH tho revotutructiou of tho
abomination, galvanized H Into lifo ngatn,
nnd t'Mlay it is almost as oxecrublu u
ever Canvaslng this procedure tho Svvi
Vork Pay Ihk wiys that "inasnuich as the
people aro cursed by a vt of imbeciles In
both branches of thc.Vational I,ogitIaturo,
who never know their own mlmU on any
tubjoct for half an liour, tavo to iluuder
tho pecplo, wo hope and trust that tho
abominable tfx law will bu allowed to re
main In its prcjont shape. 1'or
Heaven's sake! mcuilcn of the 1Ioiio,
don t muddlo tho thing any morc don't
tpetid any rnoro titno over it. Pass it in
thoshapo it now i, and let It go. If it
ihould gQ to that Scnnto again, tho wooden
heads there will be likely to alter It
again, and fall back toll vo'ji''1" l''it. and
1,000 exemption. Member of tholloue,
for Htavon'i take dlipmu cf i, i t, ,)Kl.
tnt ilape, and let ui bo thankful tliat 'it U
no wo no."
The Ol.l liunr.!..
soldiers of 1616. In llini.,l..ini.i.
celebrated tho National Annlvouarv win'.
appropriate ceremonies. They met In the
Supremo Court room. Tho following
toasts and a number of others were read -
Tho United Statu Feiutc-Whilst the
pension bill has been resting on their Hie
unacted on, poverty and discatu huvo been
swooping hundreds of the soldiers of IHVl
to their graves. Delay Is death.
Cuba An outpost of tho United Status
it must bo oun peaceably If wo can,
forcibly if wo must.
Woman A Rovcrncs liy a higher law
thnn the ballot or tlm Jury box-by the,
hw of lovo. My i"ir U''KH bo perpetual.
A renort wns rccuivc.u lruni mo exeeu-
nnd Ximv .lor.oy, parsed resolution" In la
v..r 'f granting peiiMnns to thu survivor
f the war of 1811! mid to tlioir widows.
'J'Ih.v nlo reported a Met if thoo who
Imvo died liwo the bi-t tnoeting, n- fol
Hobort K. (5rav. iiL'ed KM: JJ.in Ili'i'I.el,
aged Ml; K. N. 'i'hnvor. aged T.T; (.ioorgo
l''ihiT, agwl 8.1 1 Ileitry llrookf, aged J.'.;,
John Kmorv, aged li ; Ileury Winter,
ago.1 no j .lonn I'rcMon, nged PI', lVtor
Ilavurd, aged 8i); .JmiH" l'idgooii ami
Ki'V. Nane Collins. ehnplalli uiider (Ion.
ii'ivH orrnpi. .i. c. tiny.
; I'r.nii tlmM. I..mii Iteplililii'in j
In amirdanco with tho wishi. of many
pprji.u that I fhotild givciny view eon-e.-rniiiL'
th lecitlinni'v. In ji raoliiir aciim,
of tho nicar.H wbil bv tlm uouiiuniideri of
the toainep It. 1'.. I.eo nnd Xntelii'., to
eiel in their great rai-o from New OrleaiK
to this city, I ollr through tho column" of
the Jl'jm'jtlc'iH tho following:
It was right and proper for tho oom
ir widen of both boats to uo all menu in
their power to fiiollltato tho getting of fuel
on tho way; but neither liiui thu right to
ui tlio steam power oi nnoiuor noai 10
liulp in making headway up tho river. In
thorasooftho I'aruoiid, lahed to tho I.ee,
nndsteamliiL' with all her power whiHt de
livering n load of plim woyxl to the I.uerliu
one can deny that thi boat wa aided nnd
helped fntcr and furthor on her coumo
than she would havu lioon if only hor own
nower had been used. Tldi was a olohr
eaoof tho power pf' two boats being uii ii
lor somo nines along tlio river in h raco
agaiii't a liigb) oppontnl, and as thu
riicc was between two boats only,
thu olio against thu other, tlio
propelling powor of tho i'argoud, ti'od to
place tho l.co further up tho river at u
given tlmo than licr own powor could have
propelled her, is illegitiiiiatu and unfair,
am), ai In all cases ol races of every char
acter where money is at ttako, parties
mini; unfair means are entitled to tiothlnir
and mult bu denied n record. Tho fact
that there wcro no expressed rules wcro
ngrccd upon as regards tlio menu to bu
u-ed by the two contestant to jjnin their
object does not glvo tho right to use iiny
in UK! noutir:u ot expressed rules
or law, Justice becomes tho arbiter and all
parlies must submit to her docraa. The
principles wnicii allows ono steamer to u-o
tho steam power of another boat during
tlm running ot a raco woulil allow the aid
of nny number of boatson thuwnv. Thero
would bo no limit to tho amount of foreign
power that each could use, mid Instead of
a raco between two ooiitittniits, tho whole
river eralt might bo engaged to push and
pull at all times nnd places whero their
jiower could in any way aid tho racing
boats, making tlio wholo iill'nir a ridiculous
farco Instead of a legitimate and fair
Tho question of an Inferior powor of an
assutnnt doc." not Justify tho uso of tlm
power po.o."cil. It is tald that tho I'ar
uoud is about as fuit as tho best of stuuiii
its. Hut admitting that sho is not so fast
as tlio 1,00, tnu riuiit to uso lior steam pow
er at a tliim when wlion slut materially
helped the hoe along ran ks with it thu
right to u'u any other foreign powor, oven
thoileh that power shouM bo vii.iIvmipp-
lior to thu power of tho boat aided in tho
race, mill could IncreiiMi her speed i-uvernl
nines per nour.
In regard to monev bet that curtain
placet or ports would fiu reached Mrst by
tho ono or th' other of tho racing boat,
or within n given time, tho party loses if
the boat ho bet on did not niaku a lauding.
Cairo was not touched by either boat, and
ju-ticil requires that both boat should bo
condemned as regards time mado to that
phicoMid i lit- money withdrawn.
AH money bet on position is lo. l, pro
vldod thu competing boat lauded.
Money lx't on tho tlmo of tho arrival of
elthor one of tho boats at any named port
Is lost unless the boat named touched tho
shore or tho wharf which communicates
with th.' shore. If it botruothat tho I.co
did not touch at Natchez so as to couitl
tutu a landing at that port, she is not un
titled to a record at that place, and money
bet on her getting to that port by a cer
tain time l lo.-.. Kuiiuiiig by port is
not going to It, and cannot lo claimed as
When money U slaked on a race thero
must bu some rulo to govnru thu decision.
Thu absolute right of u pnrty in u raco to
Uso nuy sort of iiioiuis to scenru Ills aim is
not in harmony with thu principle
of Justice, and cannot bo recog
nized. Tlm steamer l'.irgoud helped
with her stoain power In getting tlio l.eo
Inrtlicr up thu river by u certain tlmo than
this boat could lmc propvllcd bv using
horown isuwerab.iio. The l.eo 'did not
roach thoend of herra. i bv horown powor
iiloneaiid he is imt ciuulcM to tho raco in
eonseijuenc. N..r does Hie bullet' that this
stoamor might havu undor other clreum
stances reached other places In ndvniii'0 of
her rival entitle her to the llrt position.
I no fact that she called to her aid thu
fteaiiiower ..r another Uiat which helped
her on making headway up tlm river,
iiiiiko. thu race uu hrr jmri a fniluro and
nil ljt between thu Louaiid Natchez aru
lost on the l.oo from tho time shu used tho
HeHiuiNiwer of thu I'argoud tu help her in
It Is said that the groat labor ipiustlou
move, all tlio citle of Kuropu as much as
ever, and ma. tors aro at lat beginning
to see that to coiitlnuu tlm war is moles,
ami to aslc themselves whether thero is nut
somo basis of accommodation. A inciting
of Gorman, Swis. and i'reneh employers
of labor wa huld in January at Ilorlin, at
which it wa dotermliied to hohl a great
convention, at II. win, on thu litis mnl i:.th
of last month, to consider serlmulv thu
dilllcultles between capital and labor, ami
the moral and material condition of tho
working classes -and tho best means of
improving It under tho heads of
rauilly liru; education of children
rellot fur tho sick and tho aged:
and facilities for saving and investing; and
they in vitu everybody who it seriously in
torusted in the labor miestiou to attend.
"Wo aro sorrv to say, appropos of tho labor
question, that thu accounts of tho workim?
of tho industrial partnership that is of
' iirrniigementJ uy which worKliiguien
wtromlmYtUHl (on fharo in tho profits,
Pnrtlytn i(.u 0f wage do not represent
t as succeeding as woll as could ho desired
in casts In wlitf-U it has been tried, oxcept
where labor, rather than machinery or ma-
orial, played tho most prominent part in
tho enterprise. -v0 Im,y add, too, that wo
fear tho laws vt capltalaiid laboJ, which
aro Immutable thuir relations i t lcist
are opjiw.d lo this combinatlor . '
live conimltty slating Unit tlio losUla- I Mist Knto Fields Is jircparlii,' a loc
lnrei of Si'W York, l'onii'vlvanln, Ohio , ttiroon t'hnrlos Dickens.
Tlie Cairo Bulletin, J oily 13.
ITEMS A 3 OUT WOMEN.
Ill Indiana, a girl
of olovon liu-i up-
piled lor a divorce
Oi'catui-, Ala., iiilvorlitcs for a respec
talilo fi'iiialn Congroicionnl candidate.
A nej;ro wniniiii Inn beun nppolntcd
potiiiltii". at n Hitudl (own In Jjoulsl
mum. A oiio-arincd girlln Viconsin docs all
tbo boiiKowork, Vnliitig Iticlndol, for a
Mllit Ilorzni'hi ii Hip now pit of the
It is rumored that Vandorbilt's young
wife proposes to contribute nil addition to
tlio old Commodore's stock pretty soon.
Mm, Judge Kther Morris, of Wyom
ing, is ovet run with business. Among ho
other legal duties she has recently married
A New Vork paper lately announced
that Ollvo Logan had "married her undo."
What the editor wrote was "sprained her
Tlio Woman' Ailments, in obluctini:
to tho word "olmy" in tho mnrriiigo sor
vice, says: "W hoover Is pledged to oboy
Is technically and literally a slave; no mat
ter how many roses surround tho chains..''
Miss Flora Lester, for twentv-ono
vcars matron at tho tombs in Now York,
is rich, but tho holds tho placo for tho love
of the e.xoltcuiont which it brings.
Kivu Kngllih magazines are o.litcd by
women Holgrnvla. by Mis llruddonj St.
James, by Mrs. Kiddle; Englishwoman's
Doinestlo ilagazines, by Mrs. Ilecton ; and
tlio Argosy; by Mr. Henry "Wood.
Mrs. (jretchell, of Philadelphia, who
a fow night ago 11 red upon a burglar in
her house, Is a nleco of tho naval hero,
Commodore Stephen Decatur, nnd a daugh
ter of Major l.ovl Twiggs, of tho marlno
corps, who fell at Clinpultopcc.
A Natchez paper contradict tho
Washington story that tho wlfo of Sena
tor Hovel drosses In crimson silk with
blue-sky trimmings. Wo aro assured that
sho has never loft Natchez, and hor dress
is a calico gown.
(irand preparation aro boing mado
for thu "Woman's Sulfrago Jlazar," which
is to bo hold in Huston noxt Kali. It ob
ject is a ratso $10,000 for tho furtherance
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i;i inu kiiosu in .iun j.iiiaiiu, umi sou
women feel uro of tho money.
l'loronco, Italy, tho most eminent
meiubor of tho Society Dotnio Italian
have launched forth a now project invit
ing nil women, without distinction of class,
to a universal exposition of works of art
Mrs. Stanton was positively fanatical
when sho said: "If tho prlnco of darkness
himself should comu to mo nnd say. 'Mr.
., hero is some money which you may
devote, If you pleae, to tho enfranchise
ment ot women, tsiiotiid say, 'ucvii, l
A Wist l'olnt correspondent navs
that tho puoor cadets ato worried continu
ally by iiusbauu.seeKing girls, who aro wll-
ling to excuangu maidenhood and wealth
ror tho lino or wire. Thus far tho catiu
pnlgit has not been sueceful.
The annual meeting of thu Kansas as.
soclatluii for friendless women was held at
Leavenworth recently. The report shows
that many young girls have been inved
from ruin through the help and advtco ot
tho society. Needy, retpoctnblu women
also rceuivu aisistnnco.
The orthodox minister of llntun
have, in solemn conclave, declared that
women must keel) siluul in tlio regular
prnycr-mcctiiic f tho churches. Tlio
only "lot-up" is on rainy night", when
fow aru prosuiil and thu b'rethreii not out
in force, and tho meeting drags; then sho
may bu allowed to oiler' a ipilct prayer.
Tlio sutl'rago orator, Miss Victor, thinks
good iiiuii nrctearcit because of tlio lack of
good mothers. Thn ballot, sho claims, is
tho only thing that can make women lit to
bring up children.
Dana fompulitou Lombardo, widow
of ox-President Mlrnmon, of -Mexico, was
recently married in I'nri to an opulent
citizen of that city.
Thu editor 'of thu Council lllutl
(Iowa) 7Vic.s say Im counted, within III
teen minutes, over seventy girl chawing
gum on tho street. Tho probability is that
tho damsel, wcro only ''making mouths'
CheUerlleld, III., cull show thu gtrl
who, on a two-days' trial, hoed morn potato
hills than cither of hwr two brother", both
of whom aro older than herself.
Tho citizen of Maysvillo. Oil., were
recently considerably astonished by tho
appearance in tho street of tho widow of a
deceased Digger Indian, who, in accord
ance with tho customs of that tribe, ex
hibited her griof by having bar hair cut
short, and covering tho scalp thus denuded
witli tar, which sho also spread down thu
side" of hor face.
The "White Stockings" of Chicago
recently presented Mis Ida Lewis, tho
famous Newport heroine, a costly pair of
u hito stocking", fashioned curiously from a
raru lace, with tho emblems of the great
American gaum elaborately worked over
them. Tho stocking wcro Imported at an
epeii"o of somo $0oo In gold.
An KicltliiK Hprrlarlr.
The' balloon that goc with Dullaveu'
circus, seems fated to glvo origin to star
tling incidents. To tlm list of adventures
and accidents that havu attended il, wo
add another thrilling scono at this plnco,jon
the evening ol" tho 10th instant. It was
inflated in thu presence of otiu tliouiand
live hundred pontile, tho wind blowing
sharply from tlio hast. Thoieronaut took
Ids position on thu frail bark, thu ropes
that hold it to tho ground woro loosened,
and cheering in it started, a sharp Kast
wind blowing at thu tlmo, it caught a
second party, who became entangled in
the ropes, and rapidly ascended with the
the involuntary explorer hanging by tho
(Vet. At tho height of thlrtv feet thu un
willing travolor succeeded in catch
ing the horizontal rojio near
tho bottom of tho baloon with his
hands and thus supported mount
ed to a height of four hundred feut, and
moved rapidly In a westerly direction
J'ho rapid cooling ami condensation of
heated nir gassus that supported It, and
thu extra weight of onu hundred and
eighty pounds caused it to descond almost
as last as it went up, lauding thu two pa
longer with a heavy concussion on tlio
cave, of a house from which thev fell,
bruisud, gashed and fainting, totho ground.
At llrt they wcro supposed to bo killed,
hut prompt medical attention soon resin
citated tiiein, and their hurts proved not
very serious. Tho emotions of tho man
hanging by Ids hands and feet alono, and
moving rapidly through tho air, at an ele
vation of four or II vu hundred feut, may
bo better Imagined than described. It was
the most thrilling scene wo ever witnessed,
nnd wo do not caro to scothe like again.
Sitlliina (Mo.) Doimrut,
CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC.
Thoroaro thrco hundred nnd forty
existing species oft pldicons.
Thoro Is a species i orchis growing In
Mndngascar which hid a nectary fro.u
nine to fourteen inelio!loiig.
Thu female of I'ipllio Turnii", in
New Ktighind States add In No t Yolk,
aro all yellow, whllo in Illinois and fur
ther Bouth nro black; in tlio intermediate
regions, both black and ellow female.' oc
cur in Varying jiroportii ns.
Tho question whether polvgamy all'ects
the proportlonsof thoxcs'in the birth,
hboen cnrofully stinJied by Dr. Camp
bell, of London, who (bncludes thai tho
proportion of male Mil female born is
Just Uief winiu under p'lvgamy its under
-Tho mortality attending larger stirgt
eal operations In tlm Hrilisli hospitals, lm
considerably decreased diritig tho past two
or thrco year. Tills il supposed to bo
partly dtio to tho uso In'lhcm of carbolic
acid, which prevents sutpuratlon bv de
stroying infectious matter,
An assistant scorotarj of tho l!r!t!h
Astronomical Society, Mr! William, has
Just finished n translation of tho Chinese
records of comets ousorved for a.'JflO venrs,
ending A. 1). 18 10. This is tho onl v coii
tlnuou registry of tho kind in existence,
and is expected to veld important results
M. Stdlllot, one of tho most distin
guished surgeons oil' Tarls, has found a
nearly infallible, moans of preventing tho
pain and suffering occasioned by surgical
operation!, lly moan of an clectrlcnl ar
jiaratus ho raises tho temperature of his
instrument to n whllo heat, and then per
form tho operation, which Is scarcely felt
by tho patient, n burns nt that intense heat
cause littlo or no pain.
It is a striking fact that those Mower
which can bo perfectly fertilized by tho
wind, and do not need the nid of insects,
rarely or novcr havo gaily colored flowers.
At least half tho plant in thu world havo
not bright colored or beautiful Dowers
Mr. Darwin has lately arrived at the won
derful generalization that tlower havo be
como beautiful solely to attract insects to
assist in their fertilization.
A curioiu shower of nnd took" place
in somo part of Italy on February l:t and
M last, and ha been doscrlbed In the
Vumjitts ltcmlun by M. 1. Donza. This
memoir contains tho account of a very cu
rious phenomenon, viz: rain in tho south
ern part of Italy, accompanied by a fall
of a lino reddish sand, while, in tho north
ern part of tho kingdom, snow foil ac
companied by tho same substance.
PITH AND POINT.
A grocer notifies tho .public that ho
ha "Know Sydor for Sail."
A clergyman last summer visited tho
colcbratad Jloosac tunnel, and encoun
tered a sprightly Irishman, who, in reply
to tlio question, "Do vou think this work
will pay" "Faith no! but thin it'll be
a great ornament to society."
Ono of Disraeli's admirers, in speaking
about him to John Hrlght, said: "You
ought to give him credit for what he has
aceomplleniit, as hu I a self-tnado man."
"I know ho Is," retorted Mr. Hright, "and
hu adores hi maker."
A stranger, observing mi ordinary
rollcr-mlu on tho table, took it up, and. on
inquiring it use, was answered: "It is n
rum lor cuituitiig-iiouscs." ioo wen nreii,
as hu construed politeness, to ask unneces
sary questions, bu turned It over anil, over,
up ami uown, ropeiumiy, ntm nt last In n
paroxysm of lmlllod curiosity, Inquired,
"How in tho namu of wonder do vou count
houses with this ?
"How does thu Kuipre" Kugculu
dres'.'' inquired an inquisitive feiimlij of
a bachelor I'rlondjiut returned from lir!.
"Like a woman," wa tho brusque reply.
'Of course, " continued tho Inquirer, "hiit
I wish to know whether shu wear costly
dresses.' I understand you madam," wa's
the ungallunt rctpouo; sho dresses like a
woman wearing tlio iiiotently garments
tho can procure,
Manufacturer havo rather u good
story to tulljust now nt tho expense of an
Lugllsh inspector, lio wont to a town,
which shall be niuuoless, In order to Inspect
a null, no was received liy tlio mill,
owner in Ids private olllce, u beautiful tur
kov-carpeted room, and thero was a i:ood
ly lunch spread out, which tlm inspector,
being young and having a good appetite,
did full Justice, to. Tho meal finished, the
host said to hi guuit. "Woll. if vou won't
havu any moro wluc, let us go into tho
card-room" meaning, ot course, tbo room
whoru thu carding is done. "You must
excuo hps" said tho Inspector, "but 1
never piny card before dinner.
From the fvnnitis:mi.
Saratoga is very brilliant this fousoii
In fact it isnlway tho gayest and dressiest
of American watering-places. Among
tho dresses recently prepared for n young
married lady sojourning thero was onu of
light green silk, trimmed with llounce of
a darker shado of green, alternating with
riilllei of black lacu. Thu tabliur (front
breadth) wa covered witli laco rullles,
headed with ruches of tic darker shado of
silk. Tho bodice, cut in a deep point at
tnu uacK, wa trimmed Willi laco ami
A short dress of stou colored huiate
was trimmed with Hat single pleating and
cross-cut folds, edged with very narrow
double folds of blue silk, sticthed In llko
A long casamiu of white embroidered
muslin, with open idtovcs, wa arranged to
no worn over a uress oi mauvosiik' an em
broidered siish of silk, witli fringed ends
was tied over it. Tho ensnquu was
open shape, and edged with Valenciennes
A dinner dres consisted of a skirt black
faille, trained and bordered with blue
satin, edged with a row of black and white
lace. Across the front breadth were bauds
ofbluu satin two Inches wide, cdi'eil on
both side with lace, both black am) white
but very narrow, tlio white laid II ret.
Tlds skirt was accompanied with a long
casaquu of blue satin, richly trimmed with
hire, and tied back tightly from tho front,
with barbos of black and white laco inter
mingled, the edds (lowing.
A charming walking dress was of a now
bluu tissue, (ltoubalx manufacture.) Hon
balx is a small town ton miles from Lyons,
and has recently become eelebarted "for a
variety of beautiful fabric. This tissue
I a puro.ilk and chambry gauzo; it trims
exquisitely with crimped silk fringe, docs
not musseaslly, nnd is only ?l 50 per yard.
Tho bodlco of this drci was cut in two
points, and tho back, over tho cecoml skirt
of white China crape, trimmed with white
A Tory pretty dross of pink faille was
mounted with fluted flounces of clear white
muslin, and nu ovowkirt to match: tho
oversklrt was looped up and drawn back
with pink satiu wws. Tlio bodice wa
open and pointed back and front. Thu ,
lcovcs wcro plain to thu elbow, and finish
ed with a row of fluting rather wider than
tho single row which surrounded tho hock,
nnd was fastened by a pinlrsntin bow In
front of tho corsage.
To thu seven wonder of tho world an
eighth ha been added. It is a fluid with
out bad smell, sediment, or cdor, that
change tho grayest hair to it" y .i-hfn
shade, in from llvo to ten npjoi. alion.
This prodigy of thongul l'lmlon Vitalin,
or Salvation for tho ilalr. 'Sold by all
druggists and fancy good dealer.
Cam. at Wnbbr's and kxamini: lira
stock of ur.oTitiNii. Ho cannot, and will
not, nn trspHiiMii.p nv any utiikii tioufeK
IN TIIH HA MR LINK. This STOCK I KN
KvniiKI.Y SKW, and was liot.'uiiT at the
t.liWKHT PIX'MNK IN I0l.li.
I. WALDKIt. Corner of Sixtli
tf and Ohio Levee.
It you want pure wines and llquc-s, or
n nice fragrant cigar, go to tho Washing
ton Saloon, corner of Washington avenuo
and Fourteenth strcut. Tho proprietor,
Mr. F. Illatikoiibnrg, will treat you well
mid set out his "bot,"' which can't be sur
passed In Cairo. JolCdlm
Just received at l Netl", No. 7!, Ohio
Luvee, a splendid lot of spring Cnssliuuro.i
Coating and Vesting, which will bo mado
up in tho most falilonablo stylo", and at
prices to suit thu limes, a perfect Jit guor
ii n toed or uu sale. If
Auk you out of employment? If, so
send for the "The tiroate't Work of thu
Age, Therein you will certainly find some
thing that will not only give employment
but by porservernnoolend to fortune. See
advertisement in this payor. mayl8:im
FtKTr.K.v years aliiimt exclusive uso in
tlio Now Knglatid states ho proved Laz
arus & Mortis' perfected spectacles tho
bet made. Tabor Hro's tiro sole agent
Cairo. Seo advertisement,
Look at Wai.kkkV Stock oi Clotiiino
nnd furnishinir uoods Till wkkk. It Is
reploto with am. tiik novelties of thu
scaon, at price to suit the times. Corner
Sixth street and Ohio levco.
I'uter Nell" mammoth stock of Spring
clothing embraces all the new styles, and
what can bo found nowhere elo in the
city a largo and well varied stock of boy'
HaIKIAINc! H.MKI.SINS'I A good Mlitol
clothing for ten dollar, at I'. Noll's, 7
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
. I" prrp'sre.l lo
Man ii fai turc lllank Hook and do nil
kinds or Hook Wilding mid Killing,
r. oiuo li:yj:i.
vK.uiti: i:tv.'. m
STEAM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet lion Work
Mill Machinery ofall Descriptions.
No. '-MS V.m I'cai l Street,
Tin- I.I I iik .MitcliUic.
'or. Tlilnl nnil .tliirltM Nlrcolx,
sr.r. i.ouis, ir. o.
Ti'i iiK 1'cr Day.
House Foriiislici wiili Besl Spriug Beds
Iliiiio renlr.ii:yn,.,, im.. for nil Irani
licneral II. It. iin.lKle.siiili.it Ticket nltieeln ,o
J. CHLSLLV, Proprietor.
Tlioflrmof r, Winston A C.i. was ilkxolvcl l.y
iniiluiil cun-ciit mi ()m r.ih of May. Iiv tlio uitli-
ilriiH.il or Jlr. liarles l'..rr. -l. Tho real t -tmo
.iisliies Hill, h ln-ri'iororo, ! nn.liu ti.l In llio
limn of I'. Winston, utio la autliorlicil lo sitllo
lie" oi ili I. ile llrm.
(' ui. ts;n. it, i
Kxiimliiiitloii of Appllcnnts for Tench
cr.s' (.'ei'UNcatt'ft. ,
(IrneK op CocKir Hcr'r or Srnooi , )
(Uiro, Illinois, Jnno II, l70.
Tho firnt "il l llnr.l Kiunrtlnys in every inonlli
lire licreliv nj....lnte. for llio cxniiiliiiilion of iii.
j.Iiv.hiU for leneliers' corlUiuate. Hi render nil
osaiiiiimtjons mil Ui pnlilio ami con. lucte.l l.y a
pernuiiont llo.iril of niniiuiiern eonsistiiiK of
llireo pcrsorus nnpoiate.l l.y tho iViunly Hnperin.
len.leiit wlio will Issue no cerlllleato oxeeiit upon
their reiHirl. Toentillo llio Bppliennt InnceVhli.
ciitoof iiioseeoiul crft'le, a rulo o(u en oan scale
of ten limit l.o ntlained in nil tint Lrunchc n-
iilrel l.v jsu- to l.e tniiKlit. sinl for ii first urailo
eerlltiesto itrnto of nine will l.e rc(uire.. Jloiim
Irotn uu.ui, lo.l ..in.,t ConnlyHiiperiiilonilt'iit's
ollieo, corner of Ooniinercliil iitenuoiiml Eleventh
street, IIi-ims' lliill.linir, is is talr. TeAeliers ami
st'liool ilirt'itor slioiil.l tuuo uollco licit no teacher
l cnlllleil to nnr portion of Hie common nchoo)
riiml.nor ! Iw einpliiyeil lo tcieli any rommon
s.'hool wlio .lues not lirst fitiil.it u ecrllliento
eillier fiomllio Hiato ort'oiiniy Miperliilrnilrnt.
ii. i . in; i i.r.u,
leltilim'.'ni (Joimly fup't of school.
MMItD.VEII, ilf. 1 Culrii,
lilUiltt.H'lM ii . .i .
mil vhiiiiiiii tltll ttt I'll IIV
tr Uu I'ostoinov. Ui-'KIUK liUUn.H Krom 1U
Il.lll. til I'J in.. fSlllulniri tvciiiif im. I Ipmiii . In
Wlllllllt .A..I I-I.i lr.t.....l,.l ... ....
"AUAI.ITAH 2VOX UUA.XTI-
IIlKhly celehraleil I lal.l Kxlniet el
1 HE GREAT HEALTH RESTORER.
' ijcv U .Me,lieini...l,oriniil.i.roun. Hut llnllle
iiii:i'Aii:i noi.ixy nv
Dr. J.J. Lawrence
K os ko o
Strikes nt thn root of ilisenio l.y inirlf iiik Hie
i.ioon, lesoirmn iiio iitcrun.i miiiii'Jkioh iiiuiiny
nation, nn.l nivlKornlin tho nertoim s.tslein.
'I ln 'Stho so. rei "f Us tt jieleiiltil inieeess in CHI
ln yspepsia Syphilis, Scrofula,
fl..,.I..A til,..,,,.,., .... V.l..l.. V......... I.I..M.
lions, htupliun- of the fkln. Ilaiinirs, of
MUor, i".i-soi iiio iti.iiieyx hii.I liloliler, ami
nil illen. enitseil liy n
BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD
Or n llsensoil eomllllon tf llio
It thoroiinlily ern.Hcutrs sutj knel of iminnr
nil, I li.il I p. li ii I. ,, ml r.t.ti.ro- 1 1... ...il rn . v.t..... I.. ..
THOUSANDS HAVE BEEN CHANGED
l.ytlipusi) of this inr.lieino from ste.ik. ulrklt.
snilerltnferennircf, toslrnni!, Iienlthj mel hsppy
lll.'ll Hll'l 1. HIIH III
.No Ineill. inwli.is nllaliie.l such h vreitt replllti
Hon is thiitjuity telelirntwl (;iiiiipiiiinl,
APPROVED BY THE HIGHEST
Hiiilor-eJ mnl rreuinuienileil l.jr tin- I'icslilrnt
ui inn iwjuiiv ui IIIO r., .Mrtlrlll UOIleCO 01 Wll'
city of u rork.
3?roil R. S. 3STovton,
I'lofesixrsn.ll'risl.li'iitof tlm 1'iviillr, hle"l'ro
fes.orof Theory na.l rnwlsce" of M, Jleuif, t'ln
One of ttintno'l eniiiient iiiu.licul men of this
stcll kiio mi n tint milhur of lh (ellowini;
stin.lsril ine.lienl ttorks . .Vex lull's "I'rsclketil
.Meillnln," "Di-e.i.es nf t.'hililren," ".S'eHton's
c in'" Miruery," etc., in li-ciiil.r of ,ltfriMi
Mthral Utntir i(o -.Ts s nj .
"Aiiioiik Hie mom nx-ent ellort In introiluco
.oiiilnrly, some of the new roadies, wo in,tir..
n. .ti'j.srstloiu'"iiipoiiii.i-. l.y J. J. IwmrriK..,
M. II., ol .Norlolk, Vn.. nhicli Is furnl-heil to the
profession rii l llio pnw m nny iteslrol asituy.
v rerfntly rxsinine.! In- lnl.mlory nn.l Lspiiw'
full) snlislicil thul all his work Is Uuim in II.iiIj. -i
In.inner, l.y the Ino-t n.proie, proees.rs, nn.l
lr..(n the Iint.-rlnls, iitini n u rs snli n uieil
leino iiuetinit Ihe ronll.lsnef of tho .lisnnn
met Hie piil.li.'." 1
Tv O ,S J. O'O
Cures Scrofula in Its Worst Forms.
Kroni ,. IV. Mill, n i.riiiiiini'iil nn.l well knouii
niirelmi.t nr. Norfolk,
No. II Jlainfl, Nuarotk, Vs., .Sriil. II, Isc'i.
Hu, l.iisr.Iar Mri oiir K'o.kiKi l,s.
uurki-.l wn.lernlii my family. Ms lUiinlil. r h
l- vti h sntterrr from rvroliiu .HI..M ci.iI.iIhm..i.
flu. I... t llnrty -oiib p. es.if l.,ri n,ni ,.r nnkle,
irrni Ifill lirr nroi, rwilir. IIIITIfl III. 'ITS III
si-terul prt "t Hi- I.hI;-. Whilst In tin, roiell
lion slii'i'..inriii.n.'el Uktiiyoiir Ko-h.. .11 .nr,
l.k" h ehisru. on her. imlVr s u(, Hie ulcers
Krwlnilly heilo l.niel hsrit-nersl hesltti Krei.lly
.ioprntp.. Ii ei ri.sinlr e 1 h r inueli sutler.
oi.., oii't j rl.a .. I.r i.fr. I n trsr.l Koskuo n s.
vti.' for all minions HrWlions Vuiir Ko.kno
nl nre.l my !! of .).i ..i.i. from xhleh -In.
siuli rt.l isre itly She is now In Letter hejllh lh.ui
.l.e in. 14-eu ui thn) est..
Willi Hie Iii(hpsi K'K'ir'l",
I im xn.:. rii.ly ji,ur.,el.-.,
Kosk..o 1. i iiliirsp,) l.y Ide l.i .t pliysieiuiis
etir)tsi.ir. ll.is. llisfulfo iritf from fr. Tillers ,
II sn'i'es'f'i! priviitwiieri.f many )eirs sLimlnu
III the 01.1 N.rthl-Ule:
llockj M. unt, r..li!n.nil4.(X.H. i.t.0,i,
I'a, J. J. l.tKiirs. r-D, .irh.r , I lisie w-t juur
loiHntra'.-i I-iiii.I ltruriof K0.L..1 Iq mypr.v.
Iiee Willi Hi.. happlPlt results. Hull II to te n
powerrul 1 tr iu.K..ri..r, M.m i.iinDer, ami
nr..ii tome In iiisp4.,., of th liter, scrof.
lilotis, sylnin,,., ,, ,,r,, ntr'tions. 11 Is a
remedy of Immiii.e vitlus-1 In ft, in almost
oiery tiirn in.f , ltc,.H.,, , lk t(.
inlo.1. ll'.pin)iMi in y meetviiHi Hip siktp..
hiim 'li )ou . e.. im uu iiwiiiilsi'iurerof relmMp
'"'I' '.I .in. .ir, ith iimeii re. wet,
'l-t at S' nam,
It. ' TIM.KItV, M. li.
Z O S K O O
rrm.s siiuo.vic itiu:im..TiN.M.
, , , Norfolk, Va.M pi. 7, Isii.
r J. J. l.tvui-nee-IiPiirMn .My pod low re.
ei'lti. iinn. liUmtUfroiii)oarisouJrrf.il Kos.
:'i,'i 1 iV'0."' refrj" ,rt"" o""" "ly
H. . 1 , almost eur)llnni without
im III. I M . ,. , ,.,r,ly, ,nt sour Kim.
wh..."n '"'f'll'l'iereme.ly for flip .li.ea.p from
til , ..!'. , , , ' ''"'h o fr us 1 can lenrii.
imn . . . 1 If ouiilkneir iho immense
a mm nt 1,1 sutt.ruu he lus uu.lewjnp, lhn uu
K?'! ,'"t' th lulu.- ut pncli n rVim-ly u.
ii n.i t ." . -"flyures. ThPKrcutninoiii'tof
k u .. . '""nKiimonsmN ini-tuiialle.
With inueli ijni,,.
linn, ri.KUiv,(,ur, ,..
ilfta. M. K. A. .NKLSO.V.
m nl h'll'l" '"'"'''is-from Mr. Woml lc, a proinl
No I IMnrl;i t!S,iiiiiMi. N'nra.lk. Vn
lir.I.nwreii., IicK.filr. TolhoUrittt miin
fl.-ttil.tr CI l.itl
...in. "'i"-ii inn i.nur 1.1 iiio Krem em.
niv'.iu " l""lf,."' ' ulif p'eimrp 1,1 m.lMK
iv OKI . I niil. re.lKreally tiilliiiPrsniiiilel.ini).
r'i f nppellle, 1 te. Tvto Utile, of
Ko-kimr,.!.,,, 1,11. (11 henllli,
.1. . w'omiii.i:.
Ol ll'.IIIIltiliii.U i...lnl ... ... . ...
hmmXWIiC1' ,'I",or I)",w"l,lio
eii.u , . l'"'tmouti, Vn., OetoherM, Ism
u.i 11 ssrlify IIihI I know Ilr. Lawrenee
u.ri'i... .1 'J ,if'lieiiiaii of cnllivalioi I
wiirlh of llio filllosteoiitlitenei.. I lone nse.1 his
.in'o 'n,1'1' a'ltsntfijra to myself, nail liavo
n.lo.le.liu iiseliiniyMmiiy .a,M (,r hi'mmi
ilehilily ami iltprissloti. W. II.OIIItlSTI t.N.
Kroin Dr. l.lo)., it jihy.lulnu of lart prnclke.
, , , ftreatllri.ljje, Va., CK'loherS. IS'l'i.
J. J. Ijiwreni e, M, U.Zfwar lilt 1 1 cheerfully
eiiiorso your Koskuo ns LcliiK most valnnMo
prepamtion. i',n ciainlnaiioii of Ihu fornmla,
' " "I Hf li lnRredlent hiKhly extollej Ly our heat
nn.l most prorPlro clinical Investigators. I
1 I . ' i''1' ,"" 'a my own practice, ami
. ini,,'. 'of i,:'.,i0!' 1,1 recomineuiliiijt it. in my
op 11l011.il Is i, !.! coinpoan.! ol Us class eer
put hefoio tho piil,0(Ul.,.,.1,. ,y fl,r n ti,,,
i Vi i """'J'onnila of aarsapnrilla, etc., eerln-
... .1 ; """'im t.t .d ...uu, niiit nit iuii r
ntor o tho uiiimnl lureon, aiiHiiK iliKualion nn.l
Msimiiatipn, nnl Hierehy iroJiii'iiiK healthy
I. OO.I, which shoiil.l ,i. 1 ,o' hiisla of treatment III
allehronln ill.e.ise. Jlnplnx sou will reap Iho
rowar.l )ou .lo.ono fima thepiibli'i as n liei ef.io-
ioiir truly, cii.h, M.ovij.
Aftor rr-mlinistlni aL.u . .
, " stt uikh tt -uininvn infioiid
froms. SP JesUmqnlals
Bists. liierchunls. etc.. sro Ko.kon AI min'J r.?.
rnilh K JIOIUH I'KU 1I0ITLK.
Wfi anil UntisJi AuiMica. j17Jw3m
w. 11. n.srriM. n. :",,v,:. u
I Notary lMihic. Xnwy, 1 a''
AmhcIm ."5,51,04 117
.VOKTII AIIKKHIA. I'A .
Aci a,5ii.mo Tii
1II4K.IA, JIAUT1 OKI,
Ahhc'Ih l,OS!.IIS htt
i.ti:h.va iioaaii, m. 1.,
Amh! l.Un3,SON 17
, tsst'la 70.0!I7 7.'
Aaai'lS ia,U7:i M
HON K, 'Ol.lI.li III N,
AohMn 5l5,liTi III
AnFtltl;A. CKXTHAI.. .MO..
Ahhi Im .too.ooo 00
C'O.W. .niJTI'AI. 1. 1 IK.
AsHoit. :in.ooo.ooo 00
TIIAVi:isKH'N, IIAIM I MU.
AMNfta i.roo,oo 00
KAIIsWAY lANsK.i;ilN AN
M KANC'i: CO., IIAHTs.
AnmcIk 500.000 OO
AMKCla, HOlO.HOi (IN
Safford, Morris & Candee,
71 omo 1,1: vki:
CM) Nations.1 Hank,
J S. ItF.tltDK.V, Ah .
" FIRE, MARINE, LIFE
., ,nmri:i ,.
Mri'ct 11111I f 'oiniiicrclal
A wn lie,
We it'.stnt thp f..!: wink." e villi', weal Ii)
an. I fair-il. ai lit; i iii4ii,. b
ilKUCIIA.VS Ins. Co.. uf Cliksuru;
f.ll'IT.M. ,,NII H'lll'l.l'.'S tNl,tllh 113
SKCUUITY Ins. Co., or Now York;
iMIMTs!. AMI hi, R I'M J.OI7."fl
CUMMKIttiAi, mi. mi., of ChkaiM:
CAPITA I. AMI hflti'MH :!,, s
(.apitai. ami nt ui'i.ris ttnao.aiiu n
SAM.'.Utli in-. (,'o r SiirluirllcSdt
. .tVA'.'.W'. ani:. "'My- WJn.nl :
MAIh Hro lti. t tf asm-liuul, 0.
t:U'ITAI. AM HI.UI'l.t'H JINI.II7
I.AMAK I mm. To., of Chlca.'o.
I AI'ITAI. AMI f.tltn.l-.'S .tl.Siio.oOO lltt
rtpini, and rntpnts, Mpp-Vs,n.sp
Hitt-ks, Minufi.,r:i u. Mwl.iinry. Umi,'
farKois mil Kn jtht l.ltta iq.iirid on H.r it.
ren.tiiiiit tprins, i. il.t. alstre.narnpl companifs,
j. s. ki:auii:v, Am.
pun: AM) ha it I V k
Cjrtii'mtifiiii. jX. Y. ;
ANMKTN I.UOH.MI It
llannvor, IV. "V, ;
lieptibliv, IV. "V". ;
Asmns itM,iin 10
Cniu;irlaliif lit I'mlrrwrllara'Ac
Asmrrs snan.iua vs
ASSI.TN M7Si.OOW UU
JSecitl'it.V, iX. Y, ; Marines
.H4I1- ....$!, IU'4 Will UU
t-VMorrs, I'wellinas, ruti.ilute, Hulls aii.l
C'nrKoea usiirel nt rates as famrahlo ns noiiii.I,
rin.nient security u III warrant.
I respectfully ! of the tillleiu of Cur.., U
than of their patronage. .
. X. II Wa ll I!,
Ollieti-nt First National .ll.inl.
J) T. IMIfKI'K,
s,LV,0", ,lo"r mU'" promptly nlten.led to'SU
nt! !7"VU' "aioor Hie I'aienj jibuiiio wane
Wlrit I lollies Mnea-narllle that will last Hfly
jeiirs.oriiiorej iej iiotcorroileorolunite color;
iloesnot stain ar in nny mannor Inlaro clotliiPKl
.Irmu tit.l ..nl. . 1. I... .11 ..J.l, .1. . ,r?i
. . t "O11 ' w" ",,l', .uu liiwaitpss
ami Iteat eloihes line over mado. Jt costs 'only
three cents per foet, suit cnu bo purcliased In any
laih iicmrcd. JulySlf.