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M JOHN II. OJJERLY
, ' ifKLMIIOLD'Hi
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CATAWBA OKAFE MI.I.H.
TATATVBA OltXri? riM.M.
OATATOA OHArK PILL.
cataWIia' ortxPK I'lt.Ls.
SABS A PAR LLA
FLUID KXTIIACT HAKKAI'AHILI.A.
rLCID XXTRACT HAlWArAiai.I.A.
FLUID IXTKACT MARNAI'AKtLLA.
FLUID KXTRACTHABHAl'A RILLA.
FLUID KXTIIACT A ARK ATARI LLA
FLUID JCXTRAIT BAlHArAKII.I.A.
FLUID HXTBACT HARf ATARILLA.
A PItlly, M A Y A N D J ILV K,
riTRtrr the ni.oon.
la Uieie months
IIKLUaoi.lt' FLUID EXTRACT JA RA PA
1 CatA it'EruptiODHof IheHkin.
MeCUBOLD'H FLTTIlJ EXTRACT RARHAI'A
KILLA Cures lue'woril form of IilooJ ii.i.
KLMBOLD'fl FLUID KXTRAOT ARAi'A
RILLA Raltn hear fly Into the Circulation of the
niLMBoLD'n FLUID EXTRACT XAKHAI'A
RILLA IWaulldr-a tl,i- Complexion.
..TlWOetffjMUward applications de.troy
fSilt ""JrilH lJirliM(f cor.o. Iok at
larmaneKitd.munim and those who hatued
ueh oay length of Urn. Mjr adnre . to dis.
eontlnaethfcm, and cat
KLMBOLD'K FLUID EXTRACT bARSAI'A
Onjbotllo It equAl Inadmnrth to o.ie callo of
tn Syrups or Deoorlons a, nmally midrt and
WfofiMi added to t.lnt of water nuU the
2Cj.trV?,K5ii')?l f'f'r WtlXK. Try II 11,1.
wsjr. A delightful beverage.
iielmbold's cutawiia oraff. fillk
TIKLilnOLls CATAWIIA (IRATE FILLS
A pIfaMnt, safe anrl agreeable auhartfo.
HKi.iinoLii's oatawha orate tii.i..
Used In all nnV-tlon, where a Purgative Mxilirinx
iif.lmiiold'h CATAWIIA (IRATE fill
Harmle.s to a child, and taken by children.
llKLMIIOI.IlV CATAWBA ORATE TILL
auprade Magnesia, ri.lu and every oilier I'ur
gnllvp. HKLMlKJI.il' H CATAWIIA rillAI'L FILL.-,
OertltrJninVct,and t.lea.nt Id operation.
HEI.MIIOI.n CATAWftA ORATE FILL
la not K patented Pill,
nCLMIIOLDH CATAWIIA ORATE TILL
Arnmt.o.rd ol Cat a la (Srnpe Julie and Fluid
flow l proceed la the Spring and Summer
uionllu, to lu tire new Me, netrtnood, new .liror .
Furcln.etno lott.M of llKLMllOLIFH fAK-V
PAKILI.A and oi.o tax ol i'll.l-worlh tluir
walght in goM.
No Utter inre.tment can bo made lor ao Mnal!
hxlmiiold'b fluid f-xtract iiuciiu
Ilaa acquired worM. wide fume.
ALL, of my preparaliom ara rneritorloii. A
prlod of tweul yearn haa proreil thla to be
the ewe. r .
' ramarka nude by ileniamio Trarerae, t . n.
C. rj. -pkIo ofthoje ilUeaaea, and diaenea
rltn from tEe eiceia of mercury, he etatei
that no franedy la equal to the Extract of Haraa.
parlU. IU power la eitcaordlrarr, more aothan
aoy aither drug I am equainled with. It I-, In
la the atrlcteat aenae, tonic, with this Inraluable
attribute that It la applicable to n atate of the
atalem eo aunkon, and yet ao Irritable, a ren
dera other tlbtABCc of the tonic claaa uniTai.
able or Inmrloua.
liay BEMAKKHot tho ORKAT CHEMISTU AND
HILL MEM OK AMEKICA :
Wm. IU Warner A Co.,
., "North Third atrcet, J'hlladelphln, I'a.
H. T. Helmbotd i
Eateemed Krlend-I conuratulati- yon on
hatlngUio bandHOtneat and at the aame timo the
uoat Effectire Fill that I Inteerer known for the
'".rF"',! 1,ntn'.,Vd'. WM WAKNKK A CO,
li.T. 11 el oj bold will remark, in concltinon, that
hl remedies aro the rcault of Iohk and careful
rtuoy. Tho Fluid Extract hare been before the
public twenty yean. The aaln of them In thai
time prpres their value. All have been benefit
tea by them who followed my initructmna, and
to-tay they stand unequalled In the extent of
their Bale, and unsurpamed br any medicament
In the Wapensatory of the United Btatea, not
xcepttnn a alnglo Herb, Itoot, Want, or Scleu
it no Preparation.
Plvarmacentical I rlalm all mine to , ami have
aver, patented a alngle ohe.
JiIl'I,..L"frt',-,fSy.i!mir?"".1'n or PrejudU-e that
tnlgnt eirat In the minds ol mnnv airalnt my
preparatlouB, from tho publicity Klvcii throngli
advertising, and that I am and have bocn a drug
g it for a period of tweniy year-, and more con.
clusllely Jopravpthls see reiterfrom the larucat
manufacturing clirmists in the world t
tfoveinber 4, lkM
I am acquainted with Mr. II. T. HOmbuld : he
occupied the drug store opposite my renidence,
and.waa aucceaaful in conducting thahulne
whefe ,o(hra had not been equally ao before him.
1 bavo been favorably impressed with hia charac
urandenterwrlae. WILLIAM 'WIUUTm AN.
Pinrt'of power A Wlghlinan, manufacturing
critrnislsj Ninth and Iirown streets, I'hiladel.
ALL KT1MD OM Tlllltt MIKITS.
The Pill l have thousht of offerinir to the nfflie
ted for lea yearn.
They Mfs aow perfect, and I shall slake ruy
time, money, and fame on their etfectiveneas.
Tho iavltlitatyle in which the pill Itself is made,
tha -.bolt; 1L wrapper all show with what
sT07nTiiayeiienpreaareci Ancr examin'
tioa. no kogliah'or French preparation will show
raster er, and 1 am really proud "of them.,
joateal of the nauseouadooklng,' 'carelessly
pieparea rma tudhqu icrucrnuy, ruu put. up m
LnnAm hoiea. and made ceneiallv. or otfercd
by those hav.ng r.o experience as physicians,
druggist or manufacturer of medicines, test
the medicine offered by your obedient servant,
II. T. IIKLMBOLD.
Crystal Pstlacn Drug Btore, No. 501 Urondway
Palace Pnarmacy.'Ollsey tfoiise, Broadway, and
ilNUUH Bilw tlVS V VH 1111'
Horace (Jrkelev, Itko (Jov. (Jeary,
f Ponniylvnnla, U wIlliriL' to hn n enndl.
(Into for llio Preildency If his party Inilnts
on It. So nro n good ninny otliori.
Tho IntMt dcanntchfia from l'arls ntonnt.
much leas horrlblo than thoio of the lnt
few dnyi, except In ao far na they Indlcnto
that tho Insurrection has been utterly
crushed. Tliora eeorna rimllv lltttn in
chooio between Oovcrntnentiata nnd Nn-
tlonHl, In point of fcrocitv. nml onn rnn
only wonder whethor tho futuro ruler of
tit a a
. urif , wnoovcr ho l to ho, wi llnd ant'.
oouy left for lilm to govern. If thuro Ix;
n nil lilttory n more alckenltiL' nni'o tliiui
that which is to tell of lMria In tho month
of May, wo know not where to turn to It
w o uo tot forgot tho wnr of tho Crescent
mo: the Cro, hut thl is the nineteenth
The jury In tho Jtillic-an cat.! nt ftiill.
niiitnoiis returned n vordlct for tho n hi n.
tiff, which under tho instruction of tho
court, nnil with rcupcct to tho lav, they
could not o'capu (loinir. Thov nwnnlfd
m damages thu merely nominal turn of
n i ii ......
live ooiiiir, fuuicient to throw the Ini.nl
cota upon tho defondnnti. It would iccm
Hint the plitlntltr is natliiled with the vor
dint, as no motion oil his part looking to fur.
ther procetxllngs wn entered. In which
tt! tlie conclu.ion is uimvolduhlo Hint
hi main object was to vindicate his con
stitutional rights, nnd not to tuko ven
gonco upon those who violently nnd crim
inally set aside tho civil law. Hut with
tho defendants it i difleient. Thov im.
mediately guvo notlco of their intention
to nppenl the cae to tho Suiireme Court.
They still think that this is not n govern-
mem oi luw, Lut n government of tho
word. In which they show themselves
to bo good partisans of King Ulysses nnd
tho advocates of centralized imperialism.
Tux death of Itodnev S. Church, auvi
an exchange, at ono time n noted Xow
York politician, recalls an Interesting hut
almo.t forcottcn little incident In tho
political history of tho last generation, In
which no wai n prominent actor. In 1835,
n divion arocin tho Democratic party In
rew ioru, in concquenro of tho nomina
tion of (itdeon I.eo ns the enndidato for
Congress. This nomination hud to bo con
firmed nt n general meeting of D.mioeruts
nt Tammany Hull, nnJ tho friends or l.ee,
antlcipntlni: opposition, nsembled in largo
number to sunnort him. Tho selection
of ths chairman would lest tho strength
of tho partie, nnd I.ee's fricndu, th'j Tam
many men. entered the hall as soon as thn
doors were opened, by means of the back
stairs, while at tho same time tho Kqunl
Kights men runhed into the room tip the
front stairs. Uotli parties wore loud nnd
boisterous, each claiming that its man was
elected chairman, and lu tho confusion
that instiled tho gas wni turned off, a
means of terminating dispute that
been not unknown in later years.
The Equal Kights party, cither having
witnessed similar occurrences, or having
received some intimation of the coursn cf
their opponents, had provided themselves
with candies and tho then now invention,
locofoco matches, nnd the room wa re
lighted in u moment. Tho Courier and
Inquirer dubbed tho anti-mcnopolists who
uscu mo matches, with tho name of Loco
foco, a namo which was soon niter rlvon
to tho Democratic party, nnd which it has
slum ri'iaiueu, wiougu latterly, inueeu, it
has loomed to caro littlo for tho old title.
OIWEH IS ALABAMA.
The New York World rejoices over tho
condition of Alubnmn. It says:
Tho full text of tho chorco of tho Hon.
Itichnrd Ilustoed, .ludco of tho United
States District Court, to tho Grand Jury
lor tho district of orth Alubnmn, is now
before us, Dicksnyi: "It elves mo un
feigned satisfaction to bo nblo to announco
that there is but a single caso of alleged
offenco to bo brought to your notice, n case
in which a party Is charged with having
robbed tho mails. This stato of facts it
exceedingly gratifying when wo consi'Jcr
that n whole year has elapsed siuco tho Im-
punneuing oi mo last lirnnu .Jury tor tho
United States in this district." This U
very gowl testimony, nnd wetind its cnuso
on that pngo of tho World Almanac tor
ion, which snows now iviaunmn wns car
ried last oloction by tho Democracy from
stem to stern. Tho titiito la onco mora un
der tho control of its own people, with in
telligence, integrity, unit property nt tho
holm, rice pauperism, ignornnco, nnd
crimo retired, nnd no wonder tho federal
court meets only to Und ono caso in its
Jurisdiction for a wholo year. "No bettor
ovidonco of the general good order which
prevails in the community nnu no stronger
proof of tho loyalty of tho pooplo to their
government need or enn bo furnished."
lays Jiulgo ii., ith,m Is glvon by their
obedience to tho laws' No doubt ; but
Ha 1 ii tit -ii. I. .1 f '
kuo nun is u aotenco to tlio people
whom thu chnrgo nddrosses, nnd U not
niwu iki incir uusirUCllOll,
lBA Mr.Yonas. of Lvnm (nnnit....f
having drenmod throo nights in succession
luai iroasuro was uiuuen at lut Itock
Hill, went with hor daughter nnd two other
ladles to tho spot, and nfter digging aomo
time, struck an old earthen chern, nnd In It
wns found a powtor cup containing inocle
and qulto a largo amount ef old Continen
tal monoy of 1812, which, it is supposed,
was burled by Polly Donnieon, long since
Nl'KEClI OF JEFFERSON DA VIS
Jeff. Davli recently had n reception nt
Augusta, Georgia. Hon. 11. W. Hillnrd
in nd a tho rccoption speech, to which Mr.
Davis replied ns follows:
My friends an J KnMowCitlzcns of Georgia!
1 feel tli at I hnvo a peculiar clnim upon
tho pcoplo of Georgia, nnd that tho peoplo
of this State hnvo, ulso, n peculiar claim
upon me. My father was a citizen ol
Georgia many long yours ago, nnd to
him hnvo I often listened In thd days of
my boyhood as ho told to mo traditions of
the grcnt revolution. It was to 'this city
of Augusta this ancient old town upon
tho banks of tho Savannah that my
father, then but a mere boy, came to join
tho revolutionary forces, nnd enlisted be
neath the American flag. I atn tiroud of
my rathor, and or bis State. If it is a
crime to feel proud of this sire to glory
in ins devotion to tne cnuso or tno right
to romcmbor with exultation his services
in defenso of liberty, then my friends, it
also is n crimo to opposo n despotic cen
tralization of power, and uphold the right
of n Htnto to withdraw from n voluntary
compnet entered into for tho preservation
or tho freedom of thcrn nil. If this is a
crimo, then I nm n criminal, nnd it is tho
only offense of which I hnvo been truiltv.
I repeat, Georgians, that I claim to he of
lioorgta descent, nnu i glory in my unc
NOT IIIilrtF.LF, HUT THE CAUHK II0.V01tr.il.
Although tho distinguished gentleman
who welcomed mo to your city with words
to kindly nnd so eloquent has said that
you pay a tribute to mo by your presence
here to-nitrlit, I Citinot think thai ho win
correct in tills remark. It is not n tribute
tn mo individually, but becausu you feel
that I am ono of yourselves that you comr
to do mo honor. And while I am fully
awaro of this fact, do not linmagine that
I feel at all mortitioi ul it, or tnat my vnn-
lly is wounded because you honor mo onlr
as tho representative of your cauao. That
cnuoisdcar to rno more precious even
tlinn life, npplnuse, nnd I glory in its re
mcmbrancc. HIS WORIW TOKTUF.KD AND Jl ISCONSTHCF.D.
Just here let mo say to you that I well
know how every utterance of mino is
seized upon by the organs nnd membcri
of n certain faction. 1 nm well nwnro of
the nacerness with which every word of
mino is caught up, nnd tho Ingenuity with
which it is distorted and used in lurtuor-
nnce or designs upon my people, and'
henco I dare not epoak to you as I desire.
My heart is full to overflowing, God
know., but I cannot speak. Many mem
ories of tho past are struggling in my
brain, but I must be silent.
Thouch I must not ancak. it is no fear
for myself which commands mj lips to be
closed. No ; I hnvo been punished for my
crimes, and bavo oxporienccd tho worst
which could liavo been Imposed, in the
cant lancuage of the Axr? punishment
with mo Is "plnyod out." Tho worst that
can be douo has been dono, and I bavo no
mora to fear. If 1 speuK H is not myself,
but you, who would lie Injured, for, un
fortunately, iidditional wrongs can yet be
heaped upon you. Thorclbro if I claim
merit for nnvtmng, it win do ior Keeping
silent. My simplest words may work you
harm. If I say, "Good-night, my rnendx,
Co to your homes," and a Congressional
nveit L'atinir committee happened to be
within henrimr. its members would swear
thnt I directed you to go offnnd join tho
Ku-klux. Laughter and npplnuse.
Filled with that Jealousy which springs
from tho knowledge of thoir inferiority,
and of tho justico of your pretensions, and
conscious of broken covenants nnd n vio.
lated constitution, they mistrust every
movement, nnd tremble with fear when
they think that right may aguln prevail.
"WAIT AND IIOFE."
But wrong' cannot always be trium
phant. I will say nothing nnd you must
do nothing, even though tyranny op
presses griovously upon you. Forbear
tor a season, and a day will cotno when all
will yet bo well. I may not, nor may
some of you llvo to soo it, but it Is surely
comine. rAnnlause.l Ho who reigns
above und fives nlways, will sco that jus-
tice is done, no win noi auow mu vyiukou
to always remain in power, nor tho right
eous to bo oppressed. Wo can wait until that
day comes, nnd in the meantime bo quiet.
'Tis an old and wise saying, that n good
biting dog never barks much. If wo wait
patiently a sense of justico will yet return
to tho pocplo of the United States, or an
opportunity will como when our rights
can bo galnod, and not only our rights
the rights of tbo South but the right of
nil tho peoplo; tho rights which wero
fought for and obtained nt the point of tho
iword In the Aral revolution. Applause.
Hut, though I cannot nnd should not
sponk, I fear that where- the mind and tho
heart nru both so full, that I will not bo
nblo to restrain my words. I cannot
think ono tiling nnd say another, and un
Icm tho honest emotions of my soul can bo
expressed, I do not caro tospcuk. I thank
you, gentlemen, for your kindnoss, nnd
feci deeply touchod nt Us exhibition. May
God foster and prcsorvo you. If ever tho
day comes when I enn openk freely, I will
bo among you, nnd say to you nil thut is in
my heart. Till then, fatewoll, nnd may
tho Great God bo with you always. Ap
plause. Coil. I.I ver Oil va t'renm.
An exchango says: "Somu yenrs ago,
physicians hnd n habit of recommending
every consumptivo patient to tnko cod
liver oil. Tho Incredlblo mistiness of the
doso must havo constituted Us peculiar
merit; for, as n matter of fact, any result
established by cod-llvor oil would havo
been nttainod by tho piutcnt had cream
instead of oil been prescribed. Suddenly
this Idea seems to havo dawned upon tho
medical faculty. As n consequoneo wo
now hnvo u 'mllk-curo' unnounced as a
spec! Do lor consumption. Patients who
formerly put thoir trust In cod-livers nro
now told thnt tho cow Is their only hope.
Thoy nro made to drink vast quantities of
pure .Tillk, instead of frequent doses of tho.
unspeakable vile cod-llvor oil. Tho effect
is nil thnt can bo desired. Tho patent who
trlna thn m ilk-curo finds himself rnpldly
growing fat, nnd it Is also snid tbnt'ho b
coii)cs ciilldiiKO nnu iiinnu in i
JiSyA smart young lady says hor idenof
a goou uome is u piaco wuero cuoweus
and Ulssscs novor go togethor."
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, JUNE 3.
Hrnisoriuu, III., May 31, 1871.
1 To the Editor of the Cairo Bulletin.
110T .ATKATIIER. ; 1 '
With the thermometer marking 10.1
in thn shade, ns it has donolo-dny, it would
not bo wonderful if somo members of tho
present Genoral Assembly should not only
sigh for, but voto for tho high bluffs nnd
cool lnko breezes which tho Peoria men nro
continually making prominent reasons for
tho removal of tho Stato capital, nnd still
their cnuso docs not gain ut all. It Is
true that tho
tries every day to penuado tho Democracy
and all tbo rest of mankind, that it is tbo
part of wisdom to defer tbo approptiatlon
and submit tho question of removal to tho
people. JJut tho Democratic member,
always ready to obey tho will of tho
people, oro ablo to sco through tho flimsy
protext of letting tho peoplo rule, n desiro
to defeat tho wishes of tho people of 1111
noli, us those wishes aro ture to bo by tho
time tho building of tho Stato enpitnl shall
bo accomplished. In tho fow yonrs that
must elapio beforo this end is attained,
will havo grown sufficiently to mako
Springfield tho center of population, und
the members from Egypt are unnnimous
in endenvoring to facilitate tho building,
nnd secure its completion nt tho curliest
practical period, both on account of tho
economy of so doing, und for the purpose
of forovor proventim: tho canltul from
being locuted nt any greutcr distance from
tho growing portion of tho State.
TJIB HTATK I10USK AITROI'llIATION HILL,
(Sunatoblll No. 2,) being undor consider
ation in tho sennto this morniuc, senator
Kerr, of J'cona, moved to amend by ad
ding a section, submitting the appropria.
tlon to tho people at the genernt election
next November, nnd providing thnt the
bill should go int6 effect on tho first day
of January 1872, if it received a majority
votftj .He made- n rambling speech of
nbout three-quarters of nn hour in length,
in which ho ondaavored to show that to
voto against tho amendment would bo to
voto against tbe people.
Senator Sto wo of Sangamon replied about
fifteen' minutes when the dinner hour ar
rived and the" senate adjourned, rank
ing thc'nill the special order for to-morrow
at Un o'clock.
TltK PKNITKNTIAttY HILL
Is also up on its second rending in tho sen-
ale. It is un exact copy of
tho bill passed by tho senate
at tho regular session, m.d will, like that
bill, bo opposed by tho Democrats, hi!'
cnuso it docs not contain such provisions'
as will make the leaing of the convict
lubor n certainty.
NO OKNKRAL RKVENUK HILL
will bo passed nt this session, but u bill
providing for n roturn of delinquent taxes
by collectors and sheriffs to the county
treasurer, nnd the completion of tho work
by him. It Is held that under tho new
constitution no Judgments can bo lawfully
rendered until tho bill Is passed.
Doth houses adjourned yesterday after
noon on account of Decoration day, nnd
this afternoon on nccount of tho cero
monies nttonding the removal of the re
mains of tho Into Gov. A. II. Disscll from
tho old cemetery whero tho Stato has
erected nn elegant marble monument nt
nn expense of five thousand dollars.
delivered a biographical eulogy, in which
he had tho bad taste to defend Gov. Ilis
sell s acceptance of a challenge to fight a
duel, by claiming that tho challenge was
one of tbo first steps of tho rebellion, that
it was really a defiance of tho wholo
North, and that Gov. illssell acted tbo
pari of a patriot in thus showing himself
ready to Hcht lor his country, uov.
Pitlnior seomod to forget thnt at tho timo
tho cballcngo wns given ho was himself
. i ti.r 1 1 . t. - . .1
acting politically with tho challenger, and
was lTnblo to bo chosen ns a second on that
side. Tho wholo argument in rolation to
tho duol, was an ill-timed attempt to pet
tifog for tho radical party under tho flimsy
protenco of cloaring Gov. liissoll from tho
stigma attached to dueling.
A recent travuler in Austria thus de
scribes tho porformanco of u tamo cocka
too uy lis pot namo " Tlio Doctor:' "It
pretended to hnvo u violent toothache, nnd
nursed its hend in its claw, rocking itself
backward und forwnrd as if in tbo great
est agony, nnd in answer to all tho rcmo
dies which wero proposed, croaking out,
" O, it nint n bit good ?" und finally sliding
up to tho ond of tho porch, und crying In
a hoarse whisper: "Givo mo u drop of
whlskoy, do?'' It would also pretend to
sow, holding n littlo pleco of cloth under
neath Its claw, which rusted on tho perch,
and going through tho motions with tho
othor, getting into difficulties with its
thread, and finally singing n loud
song in favor of sowing machines,
Just as If It wero an advertisement. 'Tho
Doctor's bust performance la when ho im
itates a hawk. Ho reserves this ncting
until his mistress Is feeding her poultry,
then, when all tho bans und chickens, tur
keys and pigeons are in tho quiet enjoy
mcntof their breakfast or supper, tho pe
culiar shrill dry of n hawk Is hoard oyor
boad, und 'Tho Doctor' li icon circling in
tho air, uttering a scream occasionally.
Thu fowls never find out that it is n hoax,
but run to sholtor, cackling loudly for
thoir chicks, 'turkeys crouching undor
bushes, pigeons taking rofugo In thoir
housos, As soon as the ground is qulto
clear, cocky changes Its wild nolo for peals
of laughter, from ii high troe, and finally
alighting on tho top of a hencoop filled
with trembllna chickens, remarks in a
suffocntod voico: 'You will bo tho donth
DEMOCRATIC STATE COXVKTION.
PLlTfORM, NOMINATION, ETC.
Columiiui", U.,.Iuno 1. Tho State Dem
ocratic convention met at tho Oporn Houso
at 10J o'clock thli foronoon. Tho nttcn
danco Is very large. John F. McKInnoy,
of Miami county was elected temporary
chairman; J. K, Nowcomer and J. P.
Sontomeyer wore mado tompornry secre
taries. Tho following commlttco on resolutions
11th, D. S Uhl: 15th. W It. Golden:
ICth, J. M. Estp; 17th, D. AVooloy; 18th,
VW AW Armstrong ; l'Jth, J. U. Odcll.
Frank Hurd offered n resolution which
wns tubied, instructing tho cominittco on
resolutions not to considor the fourteenth
nnd fifteenth amendments in its delibera
After tho appointment of other com
mittees tho convention took n recess
until 2 o'clock. .
Tho Democratic Btato Convention rens.
scmblcd nt the Opera .'House at 2 o'clock.
A pormnncnl organisation was effected,
with Geo. II. Pendleton M Chairman, and
ft vico president from each Congressional
district. AVm. Hclsley was elected sec
After reports from several committees,
thero was long waiting for a report of tho
Committee on Resolutions. Atlast Gen.
George AV . Morgan submitted tbo follow.
Ing as the report of sevottteen out of nine-
Uen of the committee; hnd moved their
adoption by tho convention:
Itetohtd, JJy tho" Domocracy of Ohio,
in. mat, denouncing tlio extraordinary
means by which thev wcro brought about,
wo recognize ns accomplished facts tho
thrco amendments in fact to tho constitu
tlon recently declared adopted to tbo same
us no longer political issues bororo tho
2d. Ave dcmand'that tho rulo of strict
construction ns proclaimed by tho Demo
cratic fathers nnd nccoptcd by tho states
men of nil parties previous to tho war nnd
embodied in thn Tenth Amendment to tho
Constitution bo vlcorouslv a n oiled now to
tho Constitution ns it is. includine- tho
thrco recent nmendmchts nbovo referred
to, nnd insist thnt tlicjo amendments shall
not bo hold to hnvo in anv respect altered
or modified tho orlginnl theory and char
acter oi the leucrai government, but only
to Have enlarged mo powora delegated to
It nnd to tliul extent ana no more, to havo
abridged tho rescrvedlriehU of tbo States.
and lliht as thus construed tlio Democratic
party pledges Itself to tho full, faithful and
absoluto elocution nnd onforcomont of tho
Constitution as it now is, so as to secure
cqunl rights to nil persons under it with
out distinction of raco or color, or condi
tion. lid. Thnt tho absolute cnunlltv of each
nnd every Stato within the Union Is n fun
damental principlo of tho federnl govern
Ith. That wo will ulwnys cherish nnd
uphold tho Amorlcan systom of Stuto and
local government lor btato and local pur
poses onh, nnd aro iinnltornbly opposed
to nil attompU at centra. ization, concen
tration of power in tho hands of tho pen-
erni government, hiiu mo more especially
when such attempts are in tho form of
usurpation by nny department of that gov
ernment; and further, thut wo ndhcro
firmly to tho principles of maintaining a
perfect indepenco between tho co-ordinato
departments of government tho legisla
tive, tho oxecutivo nnd thu judicial con
demning nil encroachments by ono upon
the junctions ot luo other.
Cth. AVhilo tho fundamental law, as ex
pressed In tho constitution, is necessarily
permanent until abrogated, as prescribed
by that instrument, all legislation is in its
nature and purpose temporary, anil sub
ject to change, modification or repeal at
tho will of n majority of tho people, ox
pressed through tho law making power,
and that the pretenso that nny act of Con.
gress not oxocutod and ipcnt, or nny legis
lative policy of n pnrty ns nn ntsofuto
unaiity is totally inconsistent with tho
wholo theory of u ilopublioan govornniont,
and that it is tho inalienablo right of tho
peopio, oi inomseivcs ana m rough thoir
representative at each succcssivo election
nnd in each successive Congress, to judge
of what legislation is necossary nnd proper
or appropriate to carry into elocution or
enforce- tho constitutional powers, rights
nnd duties of tho federal government.
Cth. That as an instanco cf eminently
nppropriato legislation, undor the Four
teenth Amendment, wo demand now of
Congress universal amnesty.
7th. That whilo wo donounco riotous
combinations und conspiruccs against tho
law or to disturb tho peace, in tho South
or olsowhero, nnd demand of nil good citi
zens their utmost Influonco to put nil such
down ; woTalso denounce tho net commonly
called tho bayonet bill recently passed by
Congress, and tho moro rccont net com
monly called tho Ku-Klux bill, oxteudlng
by iU terms to ovory State, in enacted for
no othor purpose than to complete tho
centralization of all power In tho hands of
tho uenorul irovoriiment. cstnbllsh military
despotism, and thus perpetuate tho present
auiMHiioiiuiiuu, wiiuoui regard to tho will
of tlio pcoplo, and as not only utterly In
conslitunt with tbo wholo theory and char
acter of the Fedorul govornmont.'nnd rev
olutionary and dangerous in thoir charac
ter, but in direct conflict with tho spirit
and letter of tho Constitution. Incliidlni?
tno amcndinont, which thev pretend to en
force. 8th. That, holdlnt? still (o the food old
Domocratio doctrines of annexation or e-
qulsatlon of territory, wo aro yet totally
opposed to tho scheme of l'reident Grant
to acquire San Domingo, us ii Job, by tin
means and for the purposes intended.
9th. Thnt wo nro in favor of a strictly
rovenuo tariff, conformed to tho theory
.nnd principles of nil othor just and wise
tax-laws, and opposed to thu protection
theory, so cnllod.
10th. That tho profiigato corruption
nnd wanton oxtrnvagance which porvadn
every dopnitmont or tho federal govern
ment, tho sacrlfho of tho Interests of the
tirst district, Wm. II. Kamscy; 2d,
"VVm. AW Oliver; 3d, C. L. Vnllnndlghnm ;
fth, Charles Hawkins; 5, C. N. Lamfson;
Cth, C. A Whlto; 7th, J. E. tVright; 8th,
II, D. Vnnlleet ; 9, O. F. Dickinson ; IOtb,
F. H. Hurd ; 11th, Geo. A. Wcllcr: 12th
A. 1). JIavo: 18th. Gen. V
laborers to ngrandizo a handful of nristo
crats, tho wicked deprivation of tho peoplo
of their rightful heritago In tho pnbllc
lands which havo been mado a gift to rail-
if, S i'.".? I.OOO.OOOlpremiurn during
tho administration of President Grant on
government bonds payable at Jpar, main
tennnco ntnn nnualcouto tho peoplo of
nearly $30,000,000 of nn unconstitutional
oppression nnd oxtortlonnto system of
banking, whyroby monoy Is mado scarce
and Interest high, nro abuses which call
for wlso and thorough remedies.
11th. Thnt wonroln favor of strict econ
omy, of a Inrgo reduction In tho expendi
tures of tho Fcdornl and Stato govern
ments, of civil sorvlco reform, of the col
lection of tho internal revenue, by Stnto
authorities, and thcroby a return to'honcst
ianor oi tno myrinds ol tax gnthorers who
ullllct our land nnd cat un its substnnen.
and of tho speedy trial, conviction and
punishment ofthothcives who hnvo sto
len the taxes paid by tho pcoplo.
12th. That white wojrrjcct repudiation
we equally refect tho nronosflfon m nnv
tho bondholders moro than tho contract
with them demands, that if tho
crs have rights so have tho taxpayers, nnd
we insm upon juiiica Doing dono to both,
that tho creditor Is entitled to bo nnid In
tbo same currency ho loaned tho govern
ment, that when ho loaned greenbacks,
unless tho contract otlierwlso provides, and
when ho loaned gold ho should bo paid
in gold, that to guard ngnlnst too great nn
expansion, greenbacks should bo convert
ible In thrco per cent bonds, nt tho option
of tlio noto holders, said bond to bo re-
deemed in greenbacks on demand, that tlio
iruemciiiou oi returning to specio pay
ment is to rnnka custom duties paynbla in
legal tender currency, whether pnper mon
oy or gold, thnt such u policy would se
cure a unilorm currency, stop gambling In
gold, nnd thorcby olovnto tho credit of tho
13th. That with tho watchword of "re
form" wo confidently go to tho country;
that wo beliovo tho interests of tho great
body of tlio peoplo nro the snmo; that
without regard to past political associa
tions they aro tho friends of freo govern
inont; that tliay nro equally honest, bravo
unu patriotic, nnd wo appeal to them as to
our iiretnren nnu countrymen to aid us to
obtain relief from tho grievous abuses
which wrong nnd oppress ovory one, ex
cept tho wrong doers nnd oppressors them
selves. 14th. Upon Stuto issues wo rcsolvo
thut wo are in favor of calllnc u conven
tion, ns provided for by nrticlo sixteen.
section eight of tho Stato Constitution.
C. L. A alundiirham. who stood bv -Mor
gan's sido during tho rending of tlio reso
lutions, seconded tho motion for their
rrnnk 11. Hurd, on bclialtof luo other
two members of tbo tho committee, moved
to striko out tbo first two resolutions of
tho majority roport, and Insert tbo follow
ing in iiioir ateail
"That tho Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Amendments having been mado parts of
tho Constitution by violence und fraud, nro
revolutionary and void."
Tho motion lost. A'cns, lfi9; nays, 290.
Tho majority report was then ndoptcd ;
yens 305, 130.
Durbin AVnrd, TIioh. Hiving nnd Theo.
AV. McCook wcro nominated for Gov
ernor. On tho second ballott McCook
was nominated, tho ballot standing :
McCook 251, Ewing 101, 'Ward 0.
aamuci r. mint, oi uinctnnali, wns
nominated for Lieutenant Governor.
Tho convention then took u recess until
eight o clock.
At midnight tho Democratic convention
is still in session. AYnllacc, of Clark
county, has been nominated for Attornoy
General : Col. J. It. Cockorill. of Adams.
for Auditor of Stato: Dr. Bruehl. of Ilntn.
nion, ior stato xrensuror! Heorin w.
Geddcs, of Kichland, for Snpromo Jndgo,
and Arthur Hughes, of Cuyahoga, lor
member of Hoard of Public Works, ztotw
inntions aro yet to bo mado for School
Commissioner nnd Clerk of Supremo
DEMOCRACY OF TENNESSEE.
Nabiiville, Juno 1. Tho Democratic
Stato Executive Committeo of Tennossco
met In this clly to-day, upon tho call
of Its chairman, Hon. Drey 1J. Thomas,
and adopted a resolution declaring thoir
accoptonce, in good fnith, of tho issues of
tho war, with all tho lata amendments to
tho Constitution, and their acquicscnco In
them as tho snpromo law of tho laud.
They nlso declnred thoir approval of
wio into democratic congressional ud
At a larrfO moetimr of tlio oilitnra f thn
Domocratio nross nf thn Klnln nntv In Oil.
city, this afternoon, this nctfnn nf thn
aiato JJomocratlo Executive Committoo
wns considered nnd unanimously approved
and indorsed. This mooting was com
posed of Democratic editors from nil Hurts
of the Stato.
T W. TlTOIiVroX
LATH AND LUMBER
Between Commercial ami WAsb
Akcii In tor ltock HLver l'apor
Coinpiiiiy' Sticutliliig Felt am!
II. W. JoUiVn IiuproTCil Hoot
JlllCHlWHYM Oil llHIIll.
O R ASH
DAILY TAPEll IN EGYPT.
W. II. Moil
NotAry I'm Mir.
Notary lutlk and I
AhHctH $5,540,30 1 0?
NORTH AKlKUIOA, PA.,
AMCtN- t,Q4 1.210 J
AhhcIm 1,1H1,148 Sti
INTUX&NATIONAIi, N. V.,
AhmcH I.:i53,30S 17
A met 700.937 V
ctH S15,7.1 88
AmclH 013,278 HI
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
AkbcCm 50O.OOO oo
COXX. MUTUAL LIFE,
AfSCIl 30,000,000 oo
LIFE As ACCIDENT,
ANHCIN I.OOU.OOO OO
RAILH'AV I'ASSEXGERH AS
flWRAACE CO., HART.,
AhkcIn 500.000 OO
AHvt., ...803O,SOU 08
Safford. Morris & Candee
71 OHIO LEVEE
City National (linUJ, '
jpiRE AND MARINE
IVing-ai-a, IV. Y. ; ..
Germanin, IV. Y. ;
Repviblic, IV. Y. ;
AHNKTS...... .. 711,033
CoinpriNliiK tlio UiMlcrwrlteri'As;
AKMirrS - ...887B,008 00
Security, N. Y.5 Marine
ANSIS TS ...... l,4aa 849 00
tSStores, Dwflllags, Furnliure, Jlull
Cargoea insured at rates na farorable aa s
permanent security will warrant
I respectfully ask ol tne citizens ol Cairo.
hare of their patronage.
Offlre at Kirat National Bank
JNTEREST PAYING PLAN:
A new and novel system of Y.ifo Insursnc i
ccntlv Introduced by the
OF NT. I.Ol'IS.
Ity tills system, Lllo Insurance is fUrnJahed at
as littlo coat aa by tlio usual plana, nd the pol.
icy hoi ler ri'ciilvfs an antiunl inlerm6l serea
imr cunt, ujion all llm money paid by him lo thn
Inmpuiiy i hia annual premiums thus earning
lilm a' much nin corernrnent bond.
Tlio Plan hill bvtin llluroilirhlv 'rrltfUf..! mrtA
fully indorsed by the most eminent' actuaries
und skillful mathematicians In tbo land 1 Indeed
it has not yet been the subject of unfayoraUe
mention In any rosjicctablB quarter.
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY:
Northwest cor. Fourth & OUVo Sts.
ST, LOUIS, MISSOURI.
AllTnUIt 15. BARRETT, President
Bi:kj. AVilliams, SccreiMy.
rtAnlta hlxli In lhIW ol sound, thrifty Weslerr
Life Coniranles. , ,
It liasaiiiplecipiliil-SlJJ.CW., ,
It lmsut more than enough, to cover l lit,
llabllitlea III additio J tn the capital.
It li.-H ono hundred thousand dollars depoillej
with th.ilteof Misaoun aa a perpetual aiuar.
aute to it I'Ollov holders.
It h.19 compiled fully with tho uew taws ol sshe
Slatr, Hhltharo imltti as exacting and mpreriRld.
ly enforced than thononf Astern Htate.
'j iuvet Ha funds inth' West, utSonii tlie
nt iiplo from whom they are received.
Ut mauagemtml ltlKOrua, skillful mJ pru
lt nuntinl inconio from tho Interest alouo 11
already more tlianumcleul to nay iu losses.
It Issues nollclcaiirjntitha onlinitrv 1i'.n,l n.
dOHOientblans, fi;thv Hume, into aj'oiher tlrsU
jne policy noiaers receive All thwproits nan
liual dividends. ' T
Tlio Mock holdera can reveivo only ten per
cout. of interest 011 tieir capital, bring terms ot
Thu annual dividends lo policy holdera are al
ready greater than nmiiy old Eastern Companies
nava.over beenahle. to pay.
TheUtntoof llllnola paid last year about lour
million dollarsor Life Insurance. -
Why uud so mucli money out 'of lb 8lt
uwayiorvw orK anjiMewcax
that may lx produreit ust as ch
axland Tor u articl
choap'v (orator M
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