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KenitliiK Wnlli-r on Every 1'hro.
JOHN II. ODERIjY, Editor.
TIip OlllrlHl ('nil nfllio Nnllunnl Hem
iii-rnllr (inn trillion.
Tli J Natloni! Democratic Committee, to
tvliom lit ileloRatotl the power nf tlslnjr llin
tf 1110 and place of IkiMIiikUic National Iv.u
oeratlcsonvcntton OI 1870, ti.io iipjicluti'il
TuciJny, the t.volity-sovciitli day of. Mine
next, noon, a tlie time, ami Modnl St.
I.ouli us the place of holding Midi conct
Each State ttllt be entitled lo a rcprc-cn-talloncuual
to double the lumber ol Its
pcnator and representative!) In tlio con
gress of the I'lillcd Stnle : nnd the terri
tory of Colorado, w lio.'c ndmlaMon in July
m aStati'Mlllgho It a Mto In the next
electoral college, l also Invited lo fend del
egatesto the comentlon.
Democratic, Conservative mid other citi
zen ol the i: lilted .StatC!, IrrcMwtlvo of
pal political asjochtlom, desiring to co
oncrato with the Democratic parly 111 Its
present cilortt and object, aio cordially In
'cd lojoln In scndlnir delegates to tho
onal convention. Co-operation la do
it Irom all persons who would cuango
lions ; liai per-
y.t commerce In bo taKcn nvi .iy by for-
powcrj; ban stilled tr.ido by unjiitt,
.atonal and pernicious legislation; lia
Imposed unusual taxation nnd rendered it
most burnentomo ; lin changed growlin:
prosperity into widespread mtiFcrttii; aud
want; has floundered thu public Moneys
recLlcsfly and ilt-timi!)-, nnd ilianiclejfly
used the power lint sbould lwvtj bci n t Allt
to punNh crlmo, to protect It.
For theiu and other iiisoiii tint nuiionnl
Democratic party deem tho public, danger
imminent, nml c:irnufllj'iliiiioiis of fcciir
lug to our country the bletiinga of an
economical, pure and free government,
cordially invito the co-operation of thoir.
.-,-... ..I.. ... .. .
icnuw-eui.ciiMTi mo ouori io ,':iain tun
Tbomai A. Walker, Alaoanuv
S. It. Oockrill, Arkanai.
l-'ratik McCappiu, rIlfoniln,
William H. liurnmn, Connecticut.
('harlot HcaUcn, Delaware.
Charles K. Dyke, r loridn.
A. It. l.autoii, (ieorgla.
Cyrus II Mccormick, Illinois
Tiioina Howling, Indiana.
M. M. Ham. Iowa.
Wnacli. Katon. Knnsn'.
Henry D. Mellcnrv, Kentucky.
Henry 1). Ogdon. I.oulaliin.
I.. D, Jl. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knolf, Man land.
William A. Moore. .MUhigiui.
William I.oihrr n, Minnesota,
,1. H. Sharjie, 3Ut!ilpnl.
.Ino. a. l.rie.-t, Mi-ouri.
dco. I.. .Miller, Nebraska.
Thou. II, Williams, Novada. r
M. V. H. Kdgcrlyii'ew'ajainplilrc.
Theo. 1'. JUndofifJiYScw''VJriov.
M. W. Hansom, iforlh Carolina.
John U.Thoiiiiou, Ohio.
J nines lLKellcy, Oregon.
James 1 lbir. I'ennpvlvanla.
N'icboUrjrlfiltilyck, Ulio.le Ulimrt.
Tho. Y.'fc'lmons, South Carolina.
William It. Bate, Tenm-.ce.
F. S, Stockdale, Text1'.
H. IS. Smaller, Vermont.
tiiiiin uooue. jr., Virginia,
John Jlklr Hoge. West Virginia.
Oeorge H. Paul, Wisconsin
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado.
KltKIiMCK O. I'jiinck, Mav-aehll-ottK, "
Secrctiry National Democratic Com.
Washing-ion. February i!2. lbTU.
Tin: widow of President Polk ha- been
tendered the free use of Iho palace ear
irom her home at Xashville, Teline-e.
to I'lilladfclphia, 11 she wishes lo vllt the
( entcnntal exhibition.
f- Tin; cut-off across the peninsula oppo
site Ylcksburg Is made' where (Jen. Grant
attempted to cut a canal to fellow the
llect to pass rom Young's point to be
low the confederate batteries.
It has been the hahli of Itadical caU
net olllcers to select about ono half of
their clerks from tho capital barnacle
the loaleri, the political atool-jilgeons thiit
abound so numerously In Washington.
The Democratic House propose lo npct
tins custom, and to assign tho patronage
to tho several States according to popu
lation. Tho Kailleal Senate will, no
doubt, try to defeat this reform, much
needed as It Is known to be.
Hr..N!iY W'iitn Br.r.cnni: preached two
sermons in Boston leeently, and the
crowd that tttended was so great that nt
lean Ave tWwsand persons failed to gain
admittance,' Tho voiy man who vho'uld
not be allowed to pollute by his presence,
ouy pulpit In the country, is the man who
draws larger crowds or admit ing hearers
than any other divine bl.ChrUtcndnm.
"'-.eoutempiatioii of iUU fact cannot
uro to the consistent
PULLMAN PALACE f-M'lahi.
linn Through "mU 01
WITHOUT CHANGE ,
X" Check., -Move, int ol Vr'alu. hlVn t n'i a r
uwces ii aii JTinciiiHi -
. , . vuuj
KOETH, SOUTH, EAST Oil WEST.
1I10S. r. UAIIItV,
WiMlurn rsenKT Agt
l M till.).,
Orii'll IcUt At
THUS, Jt, hllMiP,
""""Ic ioa tot JcniK"
ejitic iM io tcojto--, man, ami
.,fff.0l?J r,i itUou he would.
vST il' man tl ,Ilmoe,
IMMhji fvt All .I.A- .
v uu mi io n-nu lo eon
Bl for 113 efforts wjubiiw,.
tff. lr "eimCTMK; district
.joaww. nudo not Unm. IihIpmi.
.Tat n Lush Anderiyii wohtt be the
Tlu Now York tinner llml no diMculiy
In cyphering It out that Uovernot Tildon
will hu the nominee of tlio Ntrloiml
Democratic conveiitlon. They nttiul
jiatc, In fact, that Ids tiomlimlton will lie
conceded before tlio (-(invention roincs to
gether. They reckon nt follows ;
New ork Is Tlldrn s lo- cmnimiiiit-
Willi, I tic contici-ueui iii-iepiie.s c..
prMi tliniiiplvcH lor Tililcii, llrst, l:it ntitl
nil tlio time. Tho Vermont Uelejiallon
will tlivlilo ; 1ml u majority ol lln'iuwlll
vote lor tho Xi-w York favorlli1. 'I'ho
.mo U believed (o he true ol tho delega
tions from Maine, MiU'nchusutte, (ieot
la. Kerlh Carolina nml Virginia. Tim
Maryland and Delaware, delegate will
vote, up to the third ballot, for llnyanl,
nnd llieit concentrate on Tlhlcn. The ro
tation between .Messrs Hayard and Til-
dciuiicot a miwt Irlendly and luuinoiil-
on? character, and when the former irett
tlcinan drops out of the canvas, hU
fronds will naturally drift to-Tlldcn.
Texas. J.oultlana. Arkansas Alabama
and Mlssls$t.v, With their eighty vote,
are counted tipo. n oulto certain to go In
the fame direction.
In the West, it Is agreed, the fhowlnj.
for Mr. Tildcn U not so favorable
mcsola, .ilfuols and other r
lianl money .States will strongly sj mpa
1111,'' wlih liliu on tho money iuclioii,
and can readily draw n to hi. support
If h. exhibit the expected "tivngth 1m the
early istagiM of the balloting.
Thin It U ecti that (.wveriior Tlhlcn
holih the oulports In the Unt, Nuilh
e:i?t, ;iout!iwost and .Northwest,
which umy lie taken a an ab
boluiu detnoiistral'on of liN dtrength
as a national man. That he Is a man ot
unbounded popularity U nUo seen hi thu
nervous challenges thrown out by I'adl
cal pnperd to Hie Democrats to nominate
lilm. Day b.v day lilt protpccls me
brlgliU'iiing. and it U with the utmot
coulldeiice that Saw York JiVpubllcan.s
a well a I)t'inoerat ooti'it upon Ills
luu loregolti!?, be It understood, i a
'J'ildcn bhowlng fiom a New York .stand
point. It Ignores lluuilrluk", who hu
the luilonemeiit of Indiana, already, ami
who, hi nil probability will cxhlbt hi the
South moro strength than Tildcn. Davis
who will go Into the- convention hacked
by Illinois, .Michigan, Jew.i, .lis5ouri,
and the nomination ol fflcImlcpendent
jSouventloii ntlmlianapolK Iseoueceded
tlief Indor.-eiiient ol I 'lino1; i'ilyj And hi
many other particulars i tUN -N'cw York
'fore cast" quite faulty. Tildeii has de
veloped htlTllitlc strength either Ik the
South, We tor Northwest. The men
tion of his nam-, in thoto sections begets
no cnlhu-iutiu. 11c Is sound, politically ,
but the demand Is for a Western man
tor ml,ol IUlnoU, or Hendricks, of In
ibann. i!Tr;t.i. os nit jsrti .i sTixtJ-
"Our member," the Hon. William
llaili-U, had occasion to "take down"
Secretary Itrhtow, the other ilay; and he
did It ipilto cfl'ectually. Appearing be
tore the committee on expenditure In
the treasuary department, ilr. Brlstow
blurted out, In language much embitter
ed by his anger : "The whisky i ing arc
using the House as a cats-paw, to perse
cute mo and smirch my character, be
causo as a public olllcer I prosecuted
them." Mr. JIartll replied ; ".Mr. Sec
retary : YoiDirenhlghollIeorol'thoonl.T
administration under which it was ever
po-ibIe for whKky rings loguln tuopor
tions and achieve villainies that astound
as they dl'grace the wholo country. But
to tlnd those whom the ring upcb, and
has used, you must not enter the Demo
cratic side ot the Home of Congress hut
euler the i lute Uoue, and go near to
the-parson ol your president; go to the
corrupt men, who, by your sanction,
wem placed In the iorvlec; go to your
political confederates In our iails and
pcnltcntlarlc- there, sir, not heie, you
will find the eats-paws of the
rascally whisky rings. Then: you will
nun mem, not rascals because tnt-i arc
l'adlenls, but Itadical' rascals noyerthc
Icis ; and raseaN, In part, becaiuo your
revenue service Is Imperfect and short
sighted, and whollvijiucojial lo tlio at
tainment ol tho intended ends. But the
animus of the llotiwu dealing with you,
Is not a subject yf 1 Inquiry. .Mr. ('ale,
who introduced (ho lesolutlon of inquiry,
wa, moved by prupvr molives, and by
reasons th :t wero sullieieul tor him. It
iiiaticuirt-noihiiig to bun whether tlio
wllnes.es vi ere meinbeis il Iho whisk)
ring or not. If you me not guilty. -Ir.
the fact can lie shown. Il 3 mi are guilt) ,
il mat ten little b)"TrT.oux tho facts are
proven, so long as those who testily tell
the truth. In achieving your own alms
you have often Invoked the lctlmoiiy of
members ol tho whUky ring. Why, sir,
do you deny to others a privilege which
you claim yoursell V"
At this well-timed and method rebuke,
ho secretary simmered down, and soon
herwards incontinently "vamocd that
(,t.t)ilS AI.MIS AMI UOS. WII.I.I.VH
"tho Demoeralle papers of tho i:ijh
n C'ongriuolonal dlstrlcl, (with bm
u known exception) now ngive with
no lli'i.i.nrix, that good ;polley suggests
tW renomluatioii ol Hon. William lltut
?.!'. (Jur trloml of the Uazctte. has
worked with much earnestness lo cH'cct
1'ils end, and may, therefore, bo permitted
'0 lllolee over tl nl r.-il 1 1 1 ino l . Tbn
Murphysboto luilcjxndml, whom edlloij
eujoj - opportunities tor learniicr the -en-thnent
(1f Mr, w. .1. Allen's nuWt Intl.
mate fib ml- and neighbors', eim-es
iho opinion that thatlgentlciuan Is well
pleased wWt Mr.-nttecll's course In
congress, and deihes to ico him rc
clccted. The editor adds : "And wo are
pretty certain that Mr. Allen will not
lermlt ids iiameto go before tho conven
tion." It would be well, thcrcfoie, as
the Im1 ptiuUnt suggests, for thofo pa
pers who manifest such a gu.blng friend
, ship f .. Jmlgo Allen, to eec urging
niii m mm ,jgiiwy '
hhn r a poMIIou he does not tcy; nun
join lW other papcr wlm. with lite
iudgoMimnetlon, arc urging mmioruu-
nomluitlon of governor. A iong,iroiig
pull, 4 the part of Kgyptian editors,
would irlug nboiit. the judge's nonilna
c iu.J j ami s o. iiHo.iniii:An.
The enort to give the name ol ol.
.latin. (). lti oadhcad tii omlneiicc In con
nection with a candidacy for the prcsl
dener mi the Dcmorratle ticket, was mi
lmpo'teul' one, and failed lo ctdl't the
MYiimirtliliutirthe Democracy anywhere
out fide .J" St. I.ouls. The country
men of hi, own Stale ielued to follow
the lead ot tin U I.otlls l!r ' lctin and
declared or.t;:Tit that the attempt to
foist him utmti thu Democracy wa only
reieued Irom th- delgiiatlon of foolish'
iioov in- a niiivirctil Innecrliy. Uroad
head Is a man tf only moderate ability
has no claim tinoti his parlv that has not
been eanecllfil, at'id but for hl cimteetlon,
i.i a pmfunlontdf way. with the pro-ccu-tioti
of the .Vtaourl whisky tliluvc.-",
would havijCJ'tt to win the notice even
uns tho eauilldalc-dever
t the St. 1-ouU Ut'Mi
n "isviKfufir-nTn 'orvii uraui oi
iiiio llirure as the nun whine palms, It
was generally understood, It wat neces
.-ary to grease in older to procure ptt
trailcr..il)i " And (bi ii" omiN for the
grease which Is said to be on the palm
the president. To suppose that ho didn't
get It there by ihaklng band" with Bui
knap and Brother On 1 would be treas
onable In tho extreme.
Iiii:i.V ( 'I'olmt'i'o.
liL-'ow (Ky.) 'I lines.
Serious (-omphdut Is made I y our
nlatithiL' ft lends nt the ill-a.-trous v. ork of
tho tobacco plants. The severe cold a
a few weeks ago destroyed a good many
plants, and now the lljr seems do .'i nilned
to destroy whaty Is left. Some farmers
have refiown their beds, and others arc
proposing to tako tho chin i-s of getting
a crop from the plants left In their bod.
lion 'Itiey 'I'elo' lnl "
Ibouhvlltc UoiuUr-Ioiirmil I
The Evening lUH'tin was a brief all
nouiuement; the Jt tin'j Xn- dropped
Its intelligence; the A 'niig V. ' 'ropi ex-liail-led
Its electricity i tjie lie ning Sun
soon set; tho l-Uadng Kfprut ran oil' the
bildge; the Evening llnvM, with a qttav-
eilng voice, cried ItsTowii doom; the
llcen'ni'i Tribune resigned Its ollleC; and
now Iho Jhcning L' Jg- puts up It- shnt
tcis and goes lo balancing accounts. The
next enterprising Journalist who dreams
of publishing an evening paper In Louis
ville should llrst con-mi r whether It Isn 1
his real destiny to go and build hlinell a
home among the Black HIIU.
. . .-
(St. I.otiU Itiimlillcan.)
Kx-Uor. A tncs of Mississippi is giv ing.,
ovldcncu before the senate Investigating
committee In icgard tothcelcctlonlVauds
lu tliatai.itc. consuieitrig tne fact itiat
Ames resigned his olllco rather than
stand a ti lal for high crimes and misde
meanors, he ought to be a valuable and
voluble witness on the Bepubll
Hcan side of the case. But honest pctple
may be excused for looking with suspic
ion upon a tribunal which titab.cs the
tctlmoiiy of such a man. The devil
might Just as well bo expected to indot.-e
the saving qualities of holy water as Al
bert Ames to tell the truth about Mlis
Tin lie IKitn tinpi iu Iiom iiI- i'linSin
Ullliiiiii ni- Iti li'iiseil 'I lit-.v nlll lieei
Orlulinil I'lipi-rN- lil.ilne ti lio lutt-H-llmilril
.SIllK nu ill 'iiii i isini nnd
Wa-him.ion, AprilSiS.- '1 he Impeach
ment trial dies anolaer en wd 1 house
to-day, but the galfcries v re not so
greatly packed as -'yesterday, and soon
thinned out Wheiithe fenato ritircd to
consider motloiM jjiiostpone and to per
mit evidence to MKLkfla.&.Alany ladles,
however, waited 'Mitly all atteiuoon
untlll thondounipfifpt U e .senate :U
Islicd them lheito-k to V 1 0 brilliant
speeche-" r r otherilcnsath 1 -i.
uusii (!' ka -i 1 ITV.
Paper, hi the app'"' . Ion for pardon of
Marsh, the Kansas .! ihstiller, eon
vJcled at .h llersou City and sentenced to
six mouths' iu) li-oiimuiit lu the peni
tentiary and $1,1 HI line, wero-tp-ilay re
ceived by Utornej-CicwTal I'ierrepont.
They had been vent to ,lt tfersou Citv for
the'eomiin iiilatlon of .liid;'e Krckef and
DMlIct-AHoriiey Botslord. .lodge
Krekel write- that MmhV ia-e is nitu of
foolish eoullileiicc ; and if It were not
lor the ell'cet It would have on oilier ap
plications for pardon ot whM.y criminals-.
I10 would recommend e.e'iitivo clem
eney, but declines to do so nntliTi" the
circumstance-:, .Mr, BoUfnrd suyi, Ik
thinks the ends of justice would bo sub
served by rcmltllug half iho term of im
lillsomuelit, so that Mar.-h wouirl be te
le t-i'd belore dog days.
Ml.llnl'ltM. S Itl.I.I A.,'
Hie release ol hilbourno lo-ilav
.ludgol 'arter cicati.il some exeltcincnt lu
thohou-e, but III-not yet known whether
any action will be tai.eti respecting the
matter, 'i'ho eomutunleallon of the scr.
geant-at-aitus announcing tin; action ol
court was referred to tho Commitlec on
.ludlclary, and It Is thought nothing will
be done until they report on the case,
q'herowas some talk of Impeaching Car
ter, but It was very generally concecded
that unless some corruption In connec
tion with Id, di'cNIon can be proven that
It is not a tul'iiei for Impiaihnienl. no
matter how erroneous It may be. Tho
real estate pool committee whoso niies
lions Kllbourne ie!n--eci to answer have
not yet considered th" question nf resum
moning Ullbnun.i , but it Is known sev
al members of tho cnuiinltteu strongly
favor that eolirsu. It Is thought If he
were resumiJDtied, Mid again jcfused to
answer and As eoinuilltcd onco more
for eonteniihe lumn' would iclhso to
deliver liimon a wilt ot habeas corpus.
- 1'itoni 'TH'S or 1100K8 ami PAi-i us.
Tho caliluct had tho question of depart
menu Mirieuderlng thu originals ot
book's end pjiicrs to committees of the
house iniderVonsldcraliou to-day. Mr.
Brlstow lias lefused to let any papers
leave his dewirtnicut, and the subject
was referred ft thu attorney general for
Ills opinion. The cabinet ndourned with
out deciding tho point, bill It was under
stood that Mr.W'ierrevont's opinion was
to theelleet that the housn had no right
to demand nanors It refused them, ami
thai tli sf'ii'hient of almoH nil tlio rnlil-
net wai Ifta't'll would be hot to let1 no
oilglualtgo out of (he departments.
as isvi'.arniArioN in hhink.
Mr. Tnrbox of Maa(buctl., tried to-
lay to Introduce a rcMilution Instructing
tho Judiciary committee to Investigate
the purchase ot the Mttb lcu ami tort
Smith bonds by the I nion racllle. mil-
road, but objection 1 mg ntaiie ny nun-
hurt n 10 tf. i il lint L'l'i in. ii win
bo prc.eiited ngnln on Moi'day. It dow
not mention uiaine at v-. nui" i."uic m
almril nt him.
Nrvri.vi.via or ii.mu:i m wii.son.
The publication ol ll.irrl"on h Plate-
ment to thu Clneiiuiali . Increased
(he sii-plclon that Blann Miiieniein was
eviiuivil .Hill liU Irlf'l.ll- M'C Unit llU IIIUSl
do -onicthlng more to ave hlmsell. I'xjJ,
Keprefeiitatlvo WIMou "t Indiana, na.s
repeated his statement about tho matter
-luce Blaine's explanation and reitcrn cs
that when ho inked Blaine (ihout this
mailer ho said the bu'.d belonged to u
eon!ltucut of Ids who wanted them
sold, anil that Tom M bought them
mid paid the money m r to th eointltu
cut. Blalno denies this whole Jtatement
ol Wll-oii, hut Wil-on -nys he will swear
to It If called before U . eommltte.
Hie Hot .sjuluui Jicelslou. I
tl'ioinlliet l TrliiinicJ
I'ho decision of the t'liitcd Stales sit
picme court tilllrmln'-' the decision of the
court of claims, that ihe squatter or hull
Trrtnnl claims to the Hot Spilngs tenl
tory in Arkansas sue nutiuable, nnd vest
lug the. title In the I tilted State, Is one
ot more than ordinary Importance. Tho
Hot Hprlng-i viIUl'o occupies a valley
n'"l!H' .uiiriJi and SPUlli. between two
eru em: tuiiiif iravirseu ui iioi;?prmgs
creek, an .illiaent ol the Washita river.
The springs are contiguous to the
I-inks of thi brook, mid their heal
ing qualities aio well-known through
.ml the I'nlon. A llonrith
i : village h'- grown up about tho
springs, mi'! there Is probablv an averago
ol 'J.000 vNitoi - at tho springs to avail
themselvi - l the reiuatkable icmedlal
propertlc-ol the waters. These springs
and their medicinal qualltlc, were wi ll
known to tie' early Spanish adventurers,
and evi 11 ui the Indians bcloro them, w ho
told the Spaniards stories ot "a fountul.i
whoM-magii waters would heal the sick,
rejuvenate tin-aged, and confer an ever
yotitlilul Immortality." lu the time of
Adam the gov rnment laid out a reser
vation, covering the territory in which
thiso spilugs mo located. Alter the
carthqual.e uh.eh slink so much ol the
country below Cairo and made so much
land untenable, congruss pa-sed a law
giving tho-e who had stiflcied the right
10 pre-empt quarter sections of laud, or
an area equivalent to what they had lo-t,
within certain limits and upon certain
conditions. Some of the parlies who
secuied the script, in looking about, hit
upon this Hot Mprhigs property, and lo
cated their -erlpt upon the very ground
which the government had set apart a a
national reservation. They squatted
upon It, and as there was 110 Immediate
contest they at once commenced building,
leasing grounds, and drawing
rents, ami many men have made
tortuues out of their leases. Some
fifteen or twenty years n'-o suits were
commcnci d involving the proprietorship
ofthe grounds. The contest has been a
a long and tb-spcralo one. It was Inter
rupted by the war. but has since been re
newed, nnd U now clo-ed by the decis
ion ol the Mipiomc court, which dispo-es
of all the individual claims and vests Un
title In the government.
The government having been success
till can now make these springs a great
national blessing by converting these
ground, Into a national park and build
ing a great national hospital. This will
.naturally tend to Improve- the present
Inconvenient means of neces to Ihcjri,'
Better police regulations can bcfad
than exist' now. Long leaso-i can be
given to tenants, which will Induce per
manent nnd handsome Improvement",
Instead ol the wretched pine shanties
which now stand In th" village and along
the banks of the creek. In fact, now that
the title Is In the government. It can
make ot these spiing, wbnii arc tho
most notable curative spring" in the
country, a gieat Spi, like the famous
German watering places, lu this view of
the caH. the decision ot the sunrei.iu
eouit is in tho Pitere-t of the whole coun
try, nnd will have a temlener to make
this remarkable region available to a
much larger number ol' people than it 1,
now. As it 13 a matter of national im
portance, it should seiure early attention
at the hands of congie
Tlio Jllstory ol' 11 l'toMer.
Years ago tho Uubbur 1'oious Master
was recognized us a uelni and elllcleiit
external remedy, posse,(lng peculiar
merits different Irom anything ever
known or used lor a like puipon- belore.
Thu ri.ious why It becaiiin - popular
Vere these : First, It wa- di-co;. j. Itl1.1t
Dibber was tho natural rocivolr of elec
tricity, nnd, consequently, po"esseU
great curative propertk-. Second, when
rendered solt and pliab..; it became a con
venient bai-o for tho In - external stimu-
l.uiK Third, It could lie worn without
soiling tho clothing or "i-Ing tho wearer
any lnconveuliice. I.ilu ell now Inventions
il was not pcrfect.but e.ipaole ot improve
ments. These improvements have
been made in iil.n-uvn (Ai'CINK
POltOl S I'LASTLl;. The great objec
tion ever found to the pi rous plasters by
physicians" and the p'ib!i has been that
its action Is not prompt or decided
enough. Tho nitioduetion oil Capultiu
Into a porous plaster overcomes this ob
jection entirely, itcai-fslt tn act im
mediately, and to cine In !( -.; than mid
with moro certainty than iho ordinary
article. BKNSO.VS ( AIM INK PUB-
1)1 S I'LAbl T.n is truly a remarkable
article. It Is piepaied by a llipi ot skil
led pharmaceutical chemists, '.tho have
had huge experience in manufacturing
various kinds of plaster, and liniments
lor the un geoiisnnd ho-plt.ds ol this and
Ibis pketer, the lesuh m their ex
p liu.i iiitt and study, is iudui-cd by the
best physicians as greatly superior to or.
dluary porous planters mid liniments, ami
as being the best letnedy that could pos
sibly devNed lor rheumatism, lame ami
weak back-, pains hi Iho side and ehesi,
or any of the tumbles forwhlch a porous
plaster or lluliueiit has been med. Peo
ple Millerlng Irom stubborn eoldswlll
tlnd that it atl'ord, ihcm great relief bv
weai Ing one on the breast. Thccre.t (if
lilsrvW.VJS AlTINIi I'LASTKU Is
its marvelous hilliicuce over tho clrcula
lion. It strengthens and relieves pain
aliuo-t from the moment of It applica
tion. Let any 0110 wUiVIk skeptical of
tho merits of this article consult their
ph)sleian. To bo obtained of all drug
gists for '.'."I cents.
Si:.un:uY & .louvsri.v. W
I'liarniacetiilcal Chemists, N. V.
liieiu lliiiilu-iiil Sole.
Now h your hist chaneo to gel your
goods at less than ,-0sl, as I have boughl.'
tho w bole lianl.iiii.i .I....I-,.f It. all.,.,, 1. A'-'
Wellfonsl-ling ol dry goods, notions,
clothing, ele., at such low pi Ices that en
ables ino to give everybody bargains that
will satisfy even tho hardest customer,
1 will ennthmo too buslncsat Iho old
stand id liellbion .tJVeli'Tnlily for thirty
days longer, ami allTlie goods must be
sold within that time 611 account of re
moval, Be on hand lu time, before all
the bargains ate gone, as I mean bti,
nes. SuMiiiox I'aukiiia, ol ( 'In.
i 5-lin .,112 ( omniere al avenue.
JOHN ft. HAUMAN & CO.
30NVKVA.HCEU3, HOTAllIEB TUBI.IC
rrtml Anontn of tho Illluola Central nnd
JlurlLimton and Uulncy II. II.
' Business House lately occupied by
Wood HlllciihoUsc & Co., on Lev ce bl-
low 1 lib street. Be it very reasonable.
Dwclllni' bouse. 7 rooms: 10 lots
encloed, ill good order, on Twenty
fourth and Walnut streets. Bent low to
a good tenant.
Two tenement., on west side of Com
niereial avenue near J'lfth street, suitable
lor shop and dwelling. Kent for each, $8
Dwelling house, .. rooms, on Fifth
street near Walnut, in good repair. Bent
Si'i.oO tier month.
Cottaee. 'J looms and kitchen
Twenty-llrst street, near Sycamore
north side. Bent per mouth.
Two small houses, northwest corner
Fifteenth and l'opulat. Bent low.
Basement ot hi lek building, west side
0, " lu 00l, comlttlot'il
utrcel. "' -- -
Building on east side of Conimcrela
avenue, near Tenth street, suitable for
e:il lietiter mIioii. ( 'liniii, l-eot . .
Building on west sldo of Commercial
avenue, near Twelfth street, Old "City
Hall." Bent very low.
Tenements, olliccs and rooms hi varl
ous lacations, Bents low.
Lots and lands for sale or lea?;
John . IIau.max iV Co.,
BeaLKstato Agents, coiner Slxtli and
Levee street; JM.'-tf
112 COMKEIICIAL AVE.,
jdjL caiho ill
Eai and Organs,
DAVIS & CO.'S
Of "World wido Ilcpufntion.
Acknowlolsvil by ull pood .Muntcluiis lo 1 ih!
teat I'iunu liovr made.
THE GREAT UI-TION PIANO,
Of which wo have sold over -100 (luring
twelve years. pu,t, becoming more and more
popular every cay.
SMITH'S AiMEUlCiIsT OHGAN,
Sploudld telle, Power and Durability.
Kimball's Orchestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted lo Iimtru
mental as wr.ll 11s vocal niu-Ic.
AM. THU AllOVi: Alii: OFKintl.!) ON
Bay .Monthly 1' lymuits, at low figures
regardless ol List I'rWs.
In great variety. Ineiiiihng all tho new
aud popular music ot the day.
Orders from tho Country
promptly llllod nnd sent
VIOLINS guTtars banjos;
FltENCH HAItF.S, ETC., ETC.
Band lustnimonts of r.ll-Kinds
Furidahcd lo tJrdcr,
STKIHOS FOP. VIOLIUB, aUIKiKO, KTC
Ol the Het (Quality.
Of all grades for J'lano'or
CdrKvery description ol .Musical .Mcr
chandlo tmiil.-heil to order, promptly and
at prices lower than ever oik-red befoie.
i.i:.sxv Ai..so ok g
ROGER'S ELEilnr STATUAfii
Semi for IllihtnUoil CntiilOKUo unit l'dce
, 1 , . ..I... , ..,,...1 . .
i.ini ui uiuiu iiuuiuiiiii Hi"'!!1!!.
All Qooils V.'arrcctoJ 113 Hoprc3ented:
B. P. PAKKER,
" - iii'iiu-r-i In
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
or, Window Glnsn, Vf
on liaml, Uiu 0. lftiryJ
loruer Elbvontn Street unU WsbhlcNl
T7 f .
y t; I i-iu-ii
Cairo. IllinolH. y
II I ! I J .
x 3si' xj xi. a-i
On the Savings Bank Plan for Y.onr Own BonoM;
LIFE or ENDOWMENT FOR YOURSELF AND FAMIIjY.
LARGE DIVIDENDS PAID EVERY YEAR !
J. T. WARHSN 8l CO.,
Iniporteii and .Icdibcr.s of
Foreign Fruits, Amorican and English Pickles, Catsups, Saucos
mniicil Jm.il, I'Uli, Med-, riimu I'mitiicc,
Soup Stuffs, ComlimeniStJavorinrj txtracta, etc, etc.,
Fancy Groceries in Endless Variety
Orders by Mail Promptly Attcndod to.
64- and G6
iipr 4 ItH'-A-nt i.w
West Second Street, CINCINNATI
TIIK DAIIiV DUIiLRTIN.
rpilt; tlL'I.t.trilV UpulillrlicclevtrruiurnlnK
lex i.i Mbinlay) l.illie lliillclln llallillnK, 'or
ii' r O'lMiintoii im inn-nml Tur-l.th stnit.
Tint IteLLETXis scnciI tu city suWrilnriliy
f.iltlinLci:rrIcrat'iwi-i.ty-hie tmU a IVnl,
(in B'lv.inir), ttUpn
iinniiini i MKiti
THE WEEKLY lUUE'
jk" minimi, lnvlhly In nilrinictM
use . -
011 the lYctUr MlMlbn iinii.tiil nt tlila
Dint oiibscriiH-ra will i,ltiln fur n snlHcri
cmi-ra will ol
lice of tl 11
4criHk j "
ii A 1 1. v .
llii4tneM Curtla, ft-ruiiDuiu, 1!0 (0
One ojutru, ont- iin-rtioh, 1 KJ
Onv wioan1, two tiiwrtlonn 1 M
One sqimri-, one wiv , 2 10
One Riiiarc, two nwka .1 M
One miiumi, lbn W(vL,. I 00
Oiiv ui(-, eiiuiiKinui... i
w v. r. v 1. y .
One fc'iunru, one (ntrrllnn,...
I.'ndi niibDciuinl lnerttOn,...,
HJOne iniU l a B'liiaic.
CrTo regular lertleN wi:oirtrmiifrlorln
(lucciui'iiti, tutii ut to rate ot eliarKvs ami in.ui
ner of illiilaylng their faor.
Ccmmuntcatlona upon subjects of koii-
oral interest to thu public BoltcltuJ.
- ' '- I
"7j-.ll I!u,m'" Ltiti rsBliouUllieijlilreatcit to ,
f'nlro lliillptln 'itiiiiiuiy.
St. Gh&rlss Hotol,
PRICES REDUCED 10 SUIT THE TIHES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room nml Hoard, III) Floor 12,00 Par Day
.Snoolul P.utoH by Wooli or Mouth.
A llnilteil niiinbi i- of very ilcslralile tutiilly
louiim cull Ir -,1-unu it Htio.isoiml'le luten lor (lie
'IlirSt. ( hai l h h the InrKetiunl heit imiiolnt
nlll.jUSC In S.illtlii rn lllliioiii.aiul la Die leilillliu'
nun I nt lulio MiiuiiiuiniiuiiiK I lie luu
Itnek" uiliielliiii I
limes, uiu miiii' iu, u
iilliil Willi tliu tery lnt
iimiuI, lie lllieriilly.
01 ei i-ryiiuiiK iii.ii I
ne loiina in nmrkii.
oins lor luiinini-rchil tniv-
eli rs, on urouml It
C3"AII buTOweof KiieiH eonvejeil loaudlrujii
tlio hotel wltliont i liuri;i! t
I OILS I II
ll I IMIlUllll
llllllo. r'i..it. .,..,! l,v tin
Statu of Illinois
n. hTAATH 'I'AYI.OIt,
Mh lat, 1874.
- i mm i ii ) i i ii
'HmW inr nrollUhlu InPf.
I ' ' "
8 4,015,012 42.
A. BURNETT, Agt.
COMMISSION -ililM llAX I'M.
Ayni. 8. 1. Ayres.
AYRES & CO
1 No. 03
X and BASKET CO
All kliult lmril mil aoft,)
I'TiOORINQ, SIDINO, LATH, &c
jornor Thirty-Fourth Stroot and
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Ordorc for Conl by tho cnr-load,
ion, or in hoguhcads, for ohipmont,
oromptly attended to.
! :o Btinnly unv
consumorn and nil
wo uro nronarcd
o Biinniy unv aunntitv. bv tho
aiontli or your, nt uniform rutos.
CAIHO CITY COAL COMPANY.
rj"llnlllilay Uro 'solllce, No. TiiOhloJ.i'Vee.
Krlluiriitiiy ilro Mlmrlboat.
O-At l.'Kyiillun .Mills, or
CJ-At the Coal l)iuiii, foot of 'iiitl tv-Klnlit
KJ-I'ost Ofllro Dmwer. ,w
C. N. HUGHES,
3ver Mathun ft Uhl'i,
ut Flit'C'l.ifl Coiiimiiln rejire
itMd ml . tm.
rllla. minA . .773
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