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Tbi NMieatl Dttaoenlle CorwultUe, to
whom UVMifeiMtfce povw of fixlag the
Urae nd place of boMlmtthe National Dem
ocratic joBTcntlon of 1876, lmvo appointed
Tuesday, 'hc tivwity-tsyt dT of .tunc
next, noon, as Hit Uatf.t'UKt tetattcd St.
Louis tb ptm'afholdlag mickf cmv
Kucli State wRI be entitled to a rtprrarn
talloa equal to doubl tk number of IU
snators tad reprtMtatlrs ia the con
grew of tho Valium States; and tbe terri
toryof Colorado, whose adalMlonlii July
a a State will giro It a vote In tbe next
electoral college, U alio Invited to Mod del
cgates to the convention.
Democratic, Conservative and other citi
zens ol the United State, Irrespective of
past iolltlcal associations, desiring to co
operate with tbe Democratic party In Its
present cflorU and object, are cordially In
vited to join In sending delegate to tbe
national convention. Co-opcratlon li de
sired from all penont who would change
an administration that has suffered tbe
public eredlt to become and remain lnferler
to other and lest favored nations; has per
mltted commerce to be taken away by for-
elge powers ; has stilled trade by unjust,
tiuequal and pernicious legislation; has
imposed unusual taxation and. rendered it
most burdensome ; has changed growing
prosperity Into widespread suffering nnd
want; has squandered tbe pnblie moneys
recklessly and defiantly, and shamelessly
used the power that should hare been swllt
to punish crime, to protect it
For these and other reasons the national
Democratic party deem the public, danger
Imminent, and earnestly desirous of secur
ing to our country the blessings of an
economical, pure and free government,
cordially invite the co-operation of their
fellow-citizens In the effort to attain tbli
Thomas A. Walker. Alabama.
S.Jt. Cockrlll, Arkansas.
Frank McCappin, California.
William H. Uarnutn, Connecticut
Charles llcaitcn, Delaware.
Charles E. Dyke, Horlda.
A. It. Lawton, Georgia.
Cyrus II McCormick, Illinois.
Thomas Dowling, Indiana.
M. M. Ham, Iowa.
Isaac K. Eaton. Kansas.
Henry D. Mctlcnry, Kentucky.
Henry D. Ogdcn. Loulstna.
h. D. M. Sweat, Maine.
A. Leo Knott, Maryland.
WilHam A. Moore. Mlsblgan.
William Lochrcn, Minnesota.
1. H. Sharps, Mississippi.
.Tno. G. Prteid, Missouri.
Geo. L. Miller, Nebraska.
Taos. II. Williams, Nevada.
M. V. B. Edgcrlv, New Hampshire.
Tbeo. t llandoliih, Now Jersey.
M. W. Uansom, Worth Carolina.
John G.Thompson, Ohio.
J amcs K. Kellcy, Oregon.
James 1. Barr, Pennsylvania.
Nicholas VanSIyck, lthodel.iand.
T,- -Slnions, South Carolina.
JV llllam B. Bate, Tennessee.
F. 8. Stockdale. Texts.
B. B. Smaller, Vermont.
John Blair Hog. West Virginia.
George H. l'aul, Wisconsin.
Thomas M. Patterson, Colorado.
AUGUSTUS SCHELL, New York,
Fuedrick O. Pruccs, Massachusetts
SecreUry National Democratic Com.
Wasiiinoton. Fcbruarv 22. 1876.
GEOnOE SI. fCLLiUX hsJS tJtlt 8300.000
of $25,000,000 he ho made out of the
ruiiman palace car cnterprue, into a ChJ.
cago residence. Is that stupendous mo
nopoly never to be broken up ?
Tiiu Republican delegation from Wil-
llamson county to the State convention,
Is under instructions to vote for Kidgway
for governor and nobody else. No odds
what emergencies may arise, the Wil
liamson county delegates mutt stand by
ituigway. 'ibelr instructions bind them
band and foot, and In that condition tbey
win be snipped to fjprlngllelu labelled
O.nk Andrew Wilson nredlcts that lie
causo ol the growing preponderance of
water at the ' south Dole, the earth
will turn transversely on its axis, one of
uicse uays, ana bring about another del
uge. c are not In the least alarmed.
The "grand cataclyms" will merely bring
aooui a lair distribution of the water.
In that case Cairo's supply will not be In
creased, but lessened.
Tun press of the south has been gov
erned by wise counsel. It has not, up to
this time, put for Ih tbe name of a single
one of Its many distinguished citizens lor
either the presidency or vlw presidency.
This patriotic forbearance has completely
hushed the IUdlcal .war-cry of "Rebel,"
ex-Confedcrate," etc., and robbed the
party of the most effective campaign
bludgeon It ever employed.
A. It. Boone, the present incumbent
ind Oscar Turner, Esq., arc In tho field
Tor congress, In the Ilrst Kentucky dls
Jlet. Turner Is unquestionably tho
ibler man ; but the old rock-ribbed Dcm
wrats of the district bear in mind, with n
lew to punish tbe lnfldellt V tn 'narlv
i isage, that, onco upon a time, he dlsrc.
-arded the action ot a congressional
onventlon and ran as an Independent
s-ndldate. As the majority against him
icn, was less than a hundred votes, his
resent prospects are flattering.
Sincu we arc all more or tun n-owriini
f self-interest, tho public should not
l too harshly with Major llowtlls
ho, In tho very face of evidence to uiu
ntrary, declares that Cantnln I'.mj
tty works arc a lallurc. The major U
charge ot tho. government dredge
at now at work on tlic S. W. pass, and
s success of the Jetties will throw him
tofalucratlvo and paying situation.
, hen, therelorc, ho says that tho bar is
taming at the mouth of the Jetties, and
it be, with his drcdge-boat Is doiug
; Ur work then tho Jetties, he is not
YeusoiauMi by a malicious feeling'
rardEadi,u by tho promptings of
Matcrest. "Hence we view" that In
.waUrlng Major Ilowella as a "malic.
I liar," Captain Eads should not have
jloyed tho adjective "malicious."
) "lUr"nart of the amtuema thn
captain lim pi oven, anil the whole MtV
sUslppi valley claps Its hands over Hie
cotiiplclptiraa ot the proof; but the charge
of malice 1 not ciislnlncd.
DECOR ATlftft DAY.
Since the management of the "decora
tion'' ceremonies has piSBctl out of the
hands of the so-called 'Tnton IcairiiP,"
Into the hands of the citizen ; since it has
become a ceremony In which Democrats
may share without being Insulted by the
political demagogues who too orten pro
nounce the oration ; slnco It has become
an affair of the people instead of a f inntl
cat party, It Is the duty of every citizen
to take part in Its observance.
At a recent meeting of the citizens ot
Mound City, iipon;whomlho,laborof the
direct management devolves, the follow
ing proceedings were had :
Wiikrkah, Tuesday, May .'lOth Is tbe
annual decoration day of the graves of
our tallcn heroes who are burled at the
National cemetery at Mound City, and
Wiir.nv.is. The beautiful monument
erected In memory ot those whose lives
were sacrificed so that we should live as
a free and Independent station, and the
cemetery nrc entirely completed.
Hcsolved. That the citizens of Mound
City hereby extend a cordial Invitation to
the citizens of Pulaski county nnd the
several counties of Southern Illinois nnd
all others to Join us In strewing garlands
and Mowers over the graves of the nation's
dead on that day.
On motion the following committees
were appointed :
Commraittec of arrnnircments George
Mcrtz, J, NT. Cole, II. H. Spencer, .lames
Boron. Cant. Samuel L. Hambleton. and
T. J. .Smith. On motion the chairman of
llinnieollnv was added to tills committee,
I Committee on orator B. I,. Ulen,
Daniel Hocan. and W. D. Watklns.
Committee on transportation John
W. Carter, and Capt. Win. I.. Hamble
Committee on decoration Edwin
Shlpplu. D. D. Harris, Mrs. Dr. N. K.
Casey, Mrs. Tibbs, Mrs. W. L. Ilaublc-
ton, Andrew Dougherty, Mrs. It. Frl-
Suiza, Mr. nml Mrs. A Montgomery,
rs. II. S. Spencer, Mrs. S. J. Kelsey,
Mrs. Jackson, Mrs. Frank Lycrly, Air.
and Mrs. E. It. Olmstcad, Mrs. I.. Jao
card, Mrs. T. B. Worthlngton, Mr. abd
Mrs. Judge Davidge, Mr. and Mrs.
James V. Clemson, Mr. mid Mrs. II. M.
Smith, Mrs. II. Uoren, Mr. nud Mrs. Jas.
Bartlcson, Mr. aud Mrs. Dr. Bristow, Mr.
aud Mrs. Judge McGcc, W. II. Hays, Mr.
and Mrs. V. Porter, Mr. and Mrs.C. HoO
ncr, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Freeze, Capt.
W. A. Illt'lit, Mr. aud .Mrs. Murphy,
Eli Kiuhcy, James S. Morris, 11.
C. Lien, Thomas Jcflery, U. W.
11. W. Mertz, Mrs. Joseph Tappslch,
Mrs. G. A. Dcltiuun. Mr. and Mrs.
James Curry, Mr. aud Mrs. Dr. Low.
Mrs. Patrick Mullen, Mr. and Mrs.
fames Klrbv. Mr. nud Mrs. b. J. Moore.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Ulen, Mr. and Mrs.
U. V. Porter, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brown,
Mr. and Mrs. Dcl'ew, Mr. and Mrs.
Geo. Minukh, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Avrcs. Mr. aud Mrs. G. W. hndicott.
Mr. and Mrs. llosuicr, Mr. aud Mrs. W.
15. Edsou, Mr. aud Mrs. A. Pollock, Mr.
and Mrs. S. O. Lewis, Mr. and Airs.
Lewis Craiu, Mr. A. Hcufucr, Mrs.
Workman. Mr. and Mrs. ur. Cralu. Mr.
and Mrs. W. K. Cralu, Mr. aud Mrs. G.
P. Garner, H. S. Wallbrldzc, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Spcncc, aud Mr. and Mrs.
Thos. J. Eut.
Committee on finances John W. Car
ter, George E. Mertz, G. V. Meyer, aud
G. E. Freeman.
Reception Committee Dr. K. It. Ca
sey, Win. Ij. luuimetou, Henry o. car
ter, uapiam uincr, Antonc leuiz. v. o.
Price, E. B. Watklns, John A. Waugb,
James Andcrton, E. A. Hays. John Lin
cgar J. Crandal and II. F. Potter.
On motion, resolved that this commit
tee adjourn at 7 o'clock p.m. on Monday,
May'i2d,ln this hall, when every com
mittee is expected to be present and re
pott. THtWjIUUaALKTBABKer CAIB0.
I am talislied that tbe completion ot
this road to ParH, Tcuu., would double
the business of Cairo, and I can sec no
reason why flour, pork, bacon and pro
visions of all kinds, Intended for Southern
markets, may not be sold as cheap in
Cairo as anywhere else. As your trade
Increases from the building of this road,
trade which Is now carried from you by
other roads will come back, for It is
proverbial that men prefer to co to a cltv
that does a large trade whether they get
anyuciier prices or not. is. J. .vw.m'
letter tn HulUtiii.
This truth Is Illustrated here every day,
Provisions of all kinds are now sold as
cheap In Cairo afthey are sold In St.
Louis or Cincinnati, and yet persons pass
through Cairo and go to St. Louis and
Cincinnati and make purchases when
they could do as well or better In this
place. Flour made in Cairo and the
neighboring towns is not excelled by any
made or sold tn either of the cities above
mentioned. We ask people who liveSouth
of utand who wish to make purchases, to
stop In Cairo and examine tbe stocks here,
oeiore seeding ouicr markets, l.ct us
build up, as we can here, a large trade,
and wc will attract customers that are
now drawn to other cities by what they
deem their superior attractions. St.
Louis and Louisville merchants advertise
very liberally in the city as well as local
newspapers, aud scud agents in every di
rection seeking trade. Wc must emulate
their energy, enterprise and liberality If
wo wish to draw the trado to Cairo.
Radical aspirants for the presidential
nomination sccin determined that who
ever else secures that prize. Secretary
Bristow shah" not. The latest and most
Infamous lie put In circulation by them
Is to tho effect that ho suspended pro
ceedings against Mr. James F. Buckner
who wo collector ot Internal revenue nt
Louisville, and who defaulted to tho ex
tent of ono hundred thousand dollars, bc-
causoa Mr. Miles, foster father nf Mr.
llrhtow, who died recently leaving Mrs.
Bristow a handsome legacy, was ono of
the defaulter's bondsmen. Such is tho
story ; but there Is not a word of truth
hi It. Sometime last Klllllltlnr fp
Uuckucr's chief cashier appropriated
$00,000 of the government moiicv lo his
own use, and killed himself; but Buck
ner u not a defaulter to the amount of
o hundred thousand dollars, nor to the
Miount of one cent. The loss on ac-
couutot the cashier's theft will bo made
good ; but I10 ,,ort,ou ofU , come Qit
ofMr.Mllw'pockct, as no biich name
IsouMr. Buekher'sbond, aud no Mr.
Miles Is or ever was foster iuther to Sec
reUry Bristow. The lio Is manufactured
out of whole cloth, d It Is to be deeply
regretted that it cwmot be "plnucd
down" upon the imllWlual who tUrtcd
It In Washington it Is liellcved that It
was started In tho Intenst or Morton who
foeU that the secretary la greatly In his
way, and must bo killed off.
1'iiK editor ol the I'adiicah AVwt in
forms Use editor of the Jintlttin nnd the
rest of mankind that he Is Hot a "lire
cater," ,,rebel,,,1or"sccesh,"nnd will sup
port Judge David' Davis If lie is the nom.
Inee ol the St. Louis convention. Because
we believed that Iho A'tira would support
Davis, we have, as often tts we could,
thrown ourselves in the line ot the shots
the paper has aimed at that distinguished
gentleman ; nnd we did this for the Amm'
good, Abusing him now, denouncing
hhn ns unlit lor the place at the head of
the Democratic presidential ticket, and
according to him a cordial support here
after, '.would subject the Xtwa to tho
charge of Inconsistency, and we are very
sure that rather than rest under such an
Imputation ns that, Messrs. Italian and
Thompson would refuse to look upon the
lager when It foams, and resort to cups
of coldest poison. We arc the Airioi'
Tut: Republicans of Jackson county
held their county convention n tew days
ago, and Instructed their live delegates to
the State convention to voto for Kidgway
for governor, "first, last nnd all the time."
Under such Instructions ono delegate
could serve the purpose of a thousand.
The delegation goes to Springfield to
"grind" precisely ns the halt hundred
Individuals who took upon themselves
the name of -'county convention" di
rected ; and, consequently, one man can
carry out tho programme quite as sue-.
cessfully aud more harmoniously than
the whole delegation could. The Jack
son eounty Republicans will listen to but
ono tune, and its name is "Kidgway."
The report that the Mormons of Utah
contemplate a raid Into New Mexico In
search of another saints' rest Is gaining
confirmation daily. Arrangements for
the transportation of twenty-two thou
sand men, women and children have bcesi
made with the railroad that runs nearest
t New Mexico, and tho presence of a
largo number of Mormon prospectors In
Santa Fc and other parts of thetcrrltoryf
all point to the ultimate accomplishment
of tho predicted Utan heglra. Before in
vesting New Mexico with the dignity ot
Statehood, congress should take all these
signs nud rumors Into serious considera
The Hrlkssap luipenrhtnent LonUI-
hbh imniiiie--Aiiac)iN on sue
1'oinralttcen lloliller'a llonien.
Till: lMI'KACMMKXT TKIAL.
Washington. Mav 17. It is tboucht
to-ulght that the senate will reach a vote
on jurisdiction in the Belknap impeach
ment by to-morrow ulght, and that there
win on fcucn a preponderance tor grant
ing the plea that the ayes and noes w ill
not be called. The status of the senate was
not known until to-day. The managers
are as much surprised as anyone at the
probable decision of the senate. At least
four of these gentlemen were exiting
the senate would decide against proceed
ing wun wc iriai.
TUX LOUISIANA CUMMITTBK.
The select committc on federal affairs
in Louisiana will leave tor New Orleans
by the end of this week and begin a
thorough and rapid Investigation ot the
charges of corruption in the goverment
offices, especially thote which are made
with such apparent truthfulness against
the New Orleans custom-bouse ring. A
few daystincc Mr. Sproule, a prominent
citizen ol Urn Crescnt City, weut before
the commltttee and alter being astured
that his name tbould never be known In
the connection gave, some very Important
data by which tbe committee could be
aided in their investigation!. lie stated
that his lite would be in danger If the
fact ot his apiearaiioe before the com
mittee should become known to the
members of the ring. The committee
expect to finish tiielr work in thrt-e weeks
and will conduct their examination"
with that end In view, as the resolution
under which thev were annolntwl r.
quires their report to be made at (ids
Tin; kiicukx oisgan.
The continued abuse or the Democrats,
In tbe Republican here, who have in their
committees been Instrumental in bring
lng out the Innumerable cases or corrup
tion in the different departments ol the
Soverument has become an old story,
ota chairman ot a committee ha
caped the personal abuse which the edi
torial corps oi tne kitchen organ wield
nun bucij virulence, jiie lau case is
that of Chairman Vance of the printing
committee, who baa unearthed Ciann's
operations. The organ dally grinds out
manufactured storlos against this gentle-
uiau auu we ascuiocrnuc ineinDcn or tho
committee as well. This will not
ave ine puouc printer, however.
Even Ills friends In the senate.
to whom he appealed, claiming
that the house had no ini-luitMin,. .-..
iiiui nere, nave given mm the cold
shoulder, and he Is now trying to decide
whether ho had better resign and leave
the couutry, or attempt to light off tho
prosecution with the nlil nt' td,. vn
which has been dividing the spoils with
him, but tthese members have not been
uiscioscu to the public as yet. Tho dis
trict grand Jury to whom was cert 1 lied
tho evidence on which the house commit
tee made their report, has not for semo
mT8terioii.s;reason returned an indictment
as yet. I hey cannot rolase to tin n niti.
matelv. so clear Is tho rvltlpnr. i.nr ,.,
probably delaying long enough to give
Clapp an opportunity to make ns easy
case as possible for himself.
Early iu the scsMou
passed by the house Instructing the mili
tary committee to make a thorough In
vestigation of the llllltlflL'r-tnnnt' ti tlm
Jour soldier's homes, located at Milwau
kee, Dayton, Augusta, Me., and Hamp
den Roads. In 170, Farnsworth, of Ilii
nols. tried once or twice to f..t i, ra,,i,,
Hon of Investigation passed, but was put
ofl the track soon alter he made tho ilrst
euons. ai mat lime over IMJ.OOO.OOO mi
been expended nt tin KM llnim-u
since the close of tho war under the stew
ardship of lieu Butler, who wns then, and
Is now, tho treasurer ol the board ol man
agers. It is said now that the turn has
reached nearly $15,000,000, a much larger
amount than there is any apparent cause
tor. The charges against tho manage
ment oi uicse institution are numerous,
but uoiio more Important than the
Wcll-foUlldod one tlmt iinlltlm
too much to do with their
local management. It has gotten so that
an Inmate who is a Democrat nnvnr .i
auy of tho minor appointments, such ns
sergeant of the barracks, olllccr ol the
guard, etc., who carry with them st small
emolument and sometimes a more com-
torujuie ute. Tho military, committee
has been jo rushed with business that it
''"" not been ablo to Uko up tbe nutter.
A' tuo last meeting it was decided to
ask permission of the house to conduct
i .!,ImV7l,0U dur,,1 tlw vacation, and
tSfcU'rtvsftctwWIw made In a
ittan riM-MIIM(tryf "
Omaha, Neb., May 17. AVcorresrkm
stent of the -Ercmno Ike nt Custer t'liy
wrllea May 5 : A train of flMV men ar
rived the evening of the lid with the body
otJ. Leggctt, a man M years old, for
merly ot Lancaster, Pa., but more re
cently of Louisville, iiy. Nearly four
thousand In greenbacks wns found on his
person nnd Is now In poc.slon ol'a .Mr.
Sargcant, formerly hotel keeper nt Den
ver.; Private dispatches from Fort' Laramie
to-night say matter? at Red Cloud riro
nssiimlnga very bad apect. Numbers
of Indians have left to join Sitting Bull,
or engage In depredations upon Black
Hlllers. The mall rider was killed yes
terday on White river. Tho military are
preparing rapidly as possible lor the Held.
Mr. May, ol Clifycnim brings In news
he was told by a. Mr. Church that J. C.
Sanders of I'hyenneand two others were
killed a few days ago on Sand creek near
Custer. Mr. Church's Informant helped
bury tho three. They were out prospect
ing. All were scalped. Mr. Church is
expected In to-day.
Dr. Hngt'm t'nlnrrb Remedy
is no patent medicine humbug, got up tn
dupe the ignorant aud credulous, nor Is
It represented at lielng "composed of
rare and precious substances brought
from the four coiners of the earth, car
ried seven times nerois Hie great desert
of Sahara on tho back' of lourtcen cam
els, and brought anros the Atlantic
ocean on two ship!." It is n ' slmle,
mild, soothing remedy, a perfect siieclflc
for Catarrh nnd "fold iu tho Head;" nl
so for offensive breath, los or Impair
ment of the sense of .smell, ta'lv, or hear
ing, watery or weak eyes, pain or pres
sure In the head, when caused, as they
all not tmfrcquently are, by the violence
of Catarrh. (:U)-5-d&w-lw.
Blake A Co.
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on hand, the celebrated lllumlnatln
Corner EUvantk Street and Washing
Ihe Gamble Wagon
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
raz jut ti cHxinsT wjcxur max
SLAJNUPACTOBY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thxrth-Fourth 8treot
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
uavaa and cojm4EECIAIj
Manufacture hl own Horae Shoes and
can Aaiura uooa Work.
u PATRONAGE SOLICITED
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
In she UroBdOld
LINIMENT, Which has stood tho toat of 40
Thorois nogoroit will not Hoal,
no LamonoBs it willnotCuro.no
Ache, no Pain, that Afflict r tho Hu
man body, or tho body of a llorso
or othor Domestic animal, that
does not yield to ita magic touch.
A bottlo costing 25c,, 50c. or 91
has often saved tho life of a Human
Being, and Restorod to Lifo and
UaofulnesB Many a Valuablo
The liiaitTi.v (irUtlng
caUilillnlunent nmkei) u
specialty of Hill Itcmlj,
Note I trails. letter Ili ads.
Statements, Cords, Klo Itokut these nrlces:
Smull kUc liill imuis, per tco $i do
Mcllitm site, bill ItmU, er tlioiitaud a 75
All on fouiteen pound paper, Carlisle mills,
ruled two cents kt pound higher than paper
uJ by unr other onice-mleil to order at the
mills especially for Ibis olllif
Htulements, Carlyslc, ir i oo
iltcr Hinds, Curlysle, ir hw i 50
V.V,f.."t'u',' Carljslc, ier liso ;j no
J IbitliiKeunls iwriuickuBi- ;je
Iltislne. earils, No, I 3-ply Ili!lol board,
lluslness cards, No. 1 blank, perliKl 3 00
Uuarler..heet, half-sheet, lull-sheet arnt Ihree
lrlrii0B ' ,:o,0',, "ork below St. I-otils
BlMcsatVi?1"' UOOk Wrk UD'1 l',lcc I'l,,l'"ttlle
R. H. CANINE,
OKr'IUK AND IIKSIDKNCKi Klxlitti Hlrecl,
between Waihlngtou ami Commercial Atenne.
w,r t UAIItO, ll.M,
rpho "Weekly Uullrlln,'
t.2.-i peryer, ioIukc prepaid, to any address.
UKST AND CIIKAl'KW '
l'rtjwr imblUhed iu Southern llllnels,
K,'.t. Ayrea. S. . ATrsai
No HI Ohio rever,
BOX and BASKET CO
All Llmls hard and soft,)
FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sio
Mill aad Yard,
Corner Thirty-Fourth Street and
C. N. HUGHES,
Ortr Kathoss ft Uhl'i.
NOSE but Firtt-Clua Couimiilea repre
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C ANDES,
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Bank Building, a?. stairs.
'The Oldtat Established Axency in Sout
rs Illinois, representing: ovir
t65 000 000
BMW m 01 EH
THI. ONLY Ull'.yJT KOI'Ti: TO
tiytblal.loe I'liMrniCfrii lire Lamlril at
-cuiilii iroiinu, or tl lirout ami 1'ine
rtretti.ln vlcioitr ol the f-adin hotiU In
rliiIalrlphU, a they imypreftr Holder, of
AN STOP OFF ATTIIK
AnilMil the (internment lluiMinKa, ami the
miny object of inlerU In ami about Wl,lu'-
iou .ny. j raveier. 1e.11 iug
A ly.ii, Phi:.:!, i:i Cssforii.l. Trip,
HhouM lenieniljertliat the
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
lsOlebmle.1 fur It
Eleuunt Coachoi.Bplendld Hotnls. Orand
amd Beautiful Mountain and Vatloy
fe)cnery. wl the many points of
Historic Interest Along
rare will ALWAYS bi LOW
As tj Asj Other List-
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
Principal western and Sasrien Cities.
oit Tiiiiouoir tici;i:t.. iiAcccAfti:
inccai, iMovejneni 01 1 ruins, Neeplniruir
AncominoilntlonN, Ac, .Vc.., upj
ny at Jicket
vmiccnai nil JTiueipai roinia,
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OR WEST.
K it. IMMtSr-.y, 1 .M, COI.K,
Ass't Cen'l Ticket AkI. Ceii'l Ticket Aft
THO?, I UAItltV, THUS. it. SIIAH1',
n estern I'assvnKer Ast. .Master of I'raiiap'n
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between WMhlnston and Commercial
mvvaiubb, nujuiuujfr Awmy s.
KKKI'S for sale tliebest Uir, Turk, Mutton
Veal, Inib. HuusaKO, Ac. ami Is pro
frM u aervo farolliea in an aowvtahlu manur
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Ho. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
attvntlsi hIvcii tor.ontlKUiuents an I
1 1 , .. ...... ' 1 m . m -------m------------
Ar Tou Going' to Paint?
THEN USE MILLER 11ROS'
u-'i'i'!"'?' r"r'V ' W,ll1'to''l"1'1.n,V,.0n'! ""I"'"'"! BIlTorent Color, tnailrnrstrlrlly prime
W hltc bail, inr iml l.inil "''jO1'"1'"'"'' romblneii. yarnir.l Much Handsomer n.l
Ohoa)r, mu lo ln-t I M II II AH l.tl.MI in am other pulnt. ItliH ItiUn th Klrnt rre mium" t
twenly Slate riilrx of tin Union, una Hon manr thMionml nftlie llnrxt Ik Kin Iheeonnlrv.
A.MiesB, AXXXjXjXUXY. BnoTzniiw,
i'iiirr.M iii:i)iTi:i,sAvi'i.i:eAiiiiHi:.rKiii:i:. ai St. Clair St., Clovolnnd, Oliio.
MT. CARBON(Blg Mudriy)
OrdorB for Coal by tho car-lond,
ton, or in hoRsheadB, for ehipmont,
sromptly uttondod to.
To lareo consumcro and all
xtanufacturerB. wo aro Dronarcd
to supply any quantity, by tho
aiontli or year, at uniform ratos.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
lUHMay Itro 's oHIm., No To Ohio I.ertv
-lliUriday llro ' wharf boat.
-At KKyptUn Mill, or
-At the Coal Dump, foot of Tflllty-Kk-h
Sc nearly perfect are the recii- of Ilia won
iletful paiu-i.oolhlni( ami lieallng LVnluur I.inl
iiienta.tliatwceanriiiiilileiiUlly acy they will
Mllpviiitv any pain anilnir rroni fleeh,
iHmeor iiiiueieiferuiiireineiila. Meilonot pie
tern! that they w 111 mend a brokin hg or
trrmliinlebollx, but cuii In aurh ri4 they
u lit reilacv the Inllainatioii and atop the Rilit
Nor run we (tourvliliv the proper n-.u Its where
the boly I iMilsoncd by nhlnlty. Tein
lieranee ia iw nawnury to a jirojer phyaicl, a
The While On lau r I.lalnirul I ).ar
tlcuiarly sUlnl utall raaesof Khruiiinllnni,
Lunihajo, .VeuralitU. Kyr.ipelu., striiiii.
Itch.ChlUblains, Ctita, llnilwa, liii-, I'uituiia,
Scald. hcUtica, W)-ak Hart, l'jln. in tli- fciile.
Wounili, Wrepins .Sinew., Hum. Kroali.l
Kt, lly. Karuelw, Tootli-aehe, llroil-aclie,
Ulcera, Old fore, llnAea llnnaia. Sore Mp
plw, ixire Tbront, Croup, Dliitlieriii, He 'lim
juo.t of thwroniJalnt. lh Centanr IJiilrueni
will cure 1 nilofUirui It will lneUt. It will
ml nut I lie oimiii fnjin bltea and 'tliik'a,
and will cuie biinm anil hchIiIh without u
Kar '11 lullowint; I. Una aaniple of a tboui
and aiimlar testimonial 1
Airriorii, ll.L Iee l,Iil
"My wile haa for a loni? time l.-n n terrible
mffrrer fnim Kheoiniti.ni Mie l a. tllel luary
ihyaldan and many ieinell- Theonlv Ihliii;
which luii Kiien her relief li I riitnur i.iniinent
1 ujii rejoicol to My thU ha mirol her
W. II Itl.NO, I'lHtinastcr."
II I an ImlUpuuilile fact Hut the Centaur IJ11I-
liinl. itn id.rffir.,ilm. tti .......
eiriM'Irilby unyhremnilin ill exlaleiici', lite
(.hrtjnlr III..iiii,.ll.n. nrililrl V nr'li.,,.l.
lllK. atnilxhteiiiny linera amllolnt. which lunl
Uen atiir fur u car.', Uklnx the '" fioiu
One dollar, or en 11 fifty rent, iiue.lfl in
(Vntaur l.iiiliiient will ! within reneh when
nn Occident nri, ami will do more gitod
than any anount of money wll fur medical
attemuiiire. When pbyaieian. are 1 nihil liny
frupienty iik this I.iniinent, nnd or rouree
rharfc'e sereral Drier lor It.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
faadapud to the. loiigii ekin, iiiii.eJianiiil lb all of
the minimal cicitlou. It I If ."It upon Kcre
raie of Mpurln. ftveeny, Wlml iinll, lllir
lleait and I'oll-iJul. are little lea IIkiii inuri.il
Mejr..l. MeCliui A Co., DniKcUli1, cor.
Klinuud Frnnt m , Cincinnati, O., my .
"In our iielghlirlioodu mimlvr of teamster
urcuilni; the Ceuluiir Liniment. They pro-nounex-It
uierliir to nnyihitiK they have ecr
imnl. Wo aril n liiifli ai four or lite dozen
lioitlei iM-r month to ownrr of horse ami
We have Volume of testimonial dcicribluK
rurrs ofSnraln. Kleka, tialla, I'oll-hvll,
Ilcnd, andrcn 1'oumlrr, which are little lee
than inarvil. Nn owner or nn imliiml am
nirord to Im without n bottle of Centaur Mill
meul, which any day may prove worth twenty
time its coat.
hold everywhere, but prepared nly at Ihe
IjilKiratory of .1. II. Hose & Co.,
10 Dmr St., N'kw Yoiik.
Cross, fcielly babie nml children may enjov
heulth, ami iiiiitlipr liuvi ri'Nl, If they will
u.eCaatorln. Worm, leverlahne, teelhlnK.
wind colic, eonr ntnmueli and undiKeatedl'ood
make children rrons, und proluc,e aieknea
Custoriu will naaiiuilatii the luod, expel
HiiriiiN, nml correct all Ihcto Ihlni;. Kor
twenty yeum Dr.. l'ilcher rvperimejitcil in hi
private luuctlcc to piodurnuu effective Cathartic
anil stomach regulator whieli would I 11 edi-o
Uvea CiiHlor till, without It unpleamint
tame or recoil.
The reputitlouof ill aerlmcnt cxtrnilnl.
I'hyali iiiu nud nure -rapidly adopted hi
remedy, to which he gave I lie name of 'u.
Cuatoriul a pli'iimim lo tnUnnnliniicy,
reKulute the atomuuh und bowels, and dne not
Kill. It I adapted to all UKca. ronhilns 110
nlchohol, and id iilintliilcl y Iiiii iiiIcnn to
tliemoal under infant.
Try L'ualorla once and you will uovrr bo
I'rtpaied at Hie Ijilwiralory of J. II. Itoe A
Co.,iloy street, New York, (l)-:-2l-Utw
AGENTS AUEBIQAN POWDER OO
57 Ohio Levoe.
'f Kvrry Inscription
Altht IIL'I.I.IiTIN Ollke, c'aiiio, Ills
C AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
'lie (.- ri ml Inleient In our thrilling li I aloi
limkel llil the liillotfclllliK Ii.miI. erer pllbllrh-
il II com ilnmi lull. vn, lint of the ytuiA t.en
CAtJllos-Ohl, liinxnpbto onl imrellablf
work mv beiiiK rhdiluUili sv llmtthe ImoL
)oii buy coiilKlnj i! line encratlnK nml
ltm Si ml r.ir liieiitar uikI ejlra lernis In
:iRuit. AiIiIii-kh .Viilional I'liltlUhliiK - Chi
cuko, OliiinliiKuiul M. I.ouIh.
A ilayHthliUM-, Kenls wanted. Outflt
lf nml terms rttf. TltllK A CO., Auku.U,
Vll ll.S(i CAIIDS with tour name line.
ly prlnteil, Brut for Wr ii
H)leK. Airiuls Wnnlcil) sampler m-M
lurMatnp, A.ll.t LI.I.I.I! aCO.JIroeklou.MaM.
30utntsEiiolirliilH 11 the Audi.
S -ntiT-nX. "Ilr '.oteniiornt ami UIMory.
' I,0(hInii's I'liblUlittiK lfouu
A tVKKlt im&rnntMHl fn inalf Mini
female aw-nta In their locality.
Coals nothlnx tn trr It. Inrtlcuhirs
Ire. I'.U VICKLBYACU..
ftl to Si20l','r',tt',,"," "Mn pies worth
IP . tr,v- "" Company,
psVCIIOMAM V or SOl-l.tltAUMINd."
.1. How either w.x Hiiy Imielnale nml rln
Ihe low and Hflnrtliim of any perron they
cliooie. Itutantly, 'I hi artullun hii.' Itrr
l.iiliuail, foriScent.i Ufrtthr with a Mirrlip;
iillile, KKVptlan (irurle, Dremiil, MlnUtolJi
illi a, ete. 1,(m .miutolit. A Jueer IUi.,k. Ad
Irin ill. I.I VM ACQ . I'nbV, l'tilta.
I ' e
ranter 11 ir
for Ie r alKlrocrra. Urp-'t Vlnrmr Work. In Ibt
RurlJ. jliMtn. " 1 I'H''ltlT trff.ftilfaia
I Fits Si Epilepsy
'the worst cie ot the loncmt standltis by ti
I DR. IIEBBARD'S CURB.
I It llaH Aurcd Thousandii,
ami wilt Kite I.ihi fur acme It will not Unrllt.
. A biittlHM'iit fret to all aiMn saire
.11, DIIIHI.Ki:. ClieniUt. UlUre: I.V.I Itr,m..
I way, .New VorL a-3-dAw-lm
Wm. Glenn & Sons
Headquarters for Groceries
4,000 Rio and Santos Coffee,
2,000 hhds Now Orleans Sugar,
2,500 bbls N. Orleans Molasses,
1,500 bbls White Refined Sugar,
1,000 bbls Yollow Refined Sugar,
500 bbls Louisiana Rice,
100 Tierces Carolinr Rico,
500 h'fehs Green and Bl'k Tea.
ANU OTIIKIt 1'ltOIHH i:
nn. 7i nml 7'J Vina Mrcci. VIS.. O.
. Qna Wpro
SJVyO UC1 O.
Do you wuiil
kiui'oi hot men no )ou waale luniiey on
Iawindlcri-' Inalend lend lo Ihe old nlUblr
tiouae of 1 1 1111 1. r A Co. KtULIIahrd in l'4.
Wraupplrall UmLt, all k,h1 ami at lowe.t
ralm. -end forrome or tlicM-, Trunk full or
! "!'! "u,v ,(i win a .vm tin art, SOc, ;
(.olilen Whirl Korllinc Tiller. I0l l!ok lit
in,,.: lAiirr., ; noun Jiaae i;.y, lii'i
MorKnn' .M:ionry llomi. lllu.trateil.
i'c; lluw to write abort taiinl, Uv How lo
nmuaean evening I'arly, c loncln nuu.e
Iji.y, fine; How ilnmbler win, 3"c i Iap yinr
l onu, Coiirt.hipCnrd, rorlunrTrlllus; Curd,
Ije.Maklnirl'uril 4 kluda-cach In cane only
:nr, s Complele PiKlrt lloyt. W thnitrr
llrld's lliir Writer. !.: Jlonllor of Km
masonry, 7 ,c 1 llow to win ami how lo woo,
:S"c I lheIjiiori.otr, W. 1 Ijiilie' liulde In
beauty, aw, Ac, Ac. , Ac, liemenilHT auy or
all onhitubotr will l-aent to you prrpalil 011
rrrrlptorprlcu. Wr liuMirt and hunt up for
eliriinnd fccurec lKMk. Wr make it a atudy.
Wr waiityourimtroiiuitr. Hend for our rinni
lam. It will pay you lo deal with 11 Do sot
rik money with aw Imller but lend at oner to
they old reliable," Hunter A Co., Jlliudalr,
buy $15 worlli oftrooil for fio. Why not do it.
Thu (Jrea t N. K. Hollar Sale, ai llroomlli Id atr t,
llottou, I lirmly rstabllaheil, ami for year ha
sold really valutilile irool worth $1 mi toll on
at a flxnl prior of only one Hollar We are en
domed and rtrommended by the brrt paper
and the leading merchant, (lur iale I un lion
arable buslne rnlrrprlte, wr do bell good at
lethan oilier drali ra. In these times It imy
to save money. Wc sell Jewelry, sllter and
p'ated ware, plimwiirr, rullery, dry and fancy
r'ood. Kroceriif, Ini. colli., spleen, ami In UW
everjlhiiut. Including fi.uoo rleKant liooka,
which retail nt one dollar and fifty cent to four
dollar, nml all lor Jan onedolUr, There I uo
tlcki I, order slip, or other trlckerv One dollar
secureaany article on the list, Y C O II, h i
you see koo1 beiure payluir. Over 16,V iwt
ronatletthn)iopularisyorniir eieattale. W
cannot civr any Idea hrrrnf our business. Our
lint ofcood would III! thi entire paiicr. fiend
at onco for circular and recommendations from
ur patron. You can aavecaib. Will you do
It? Ifho, mlilre ut oi,r II. OHMIHlO.VA
CO..N.K, HOI.I.AItSALK,ai llroomlleJd ht.,
Iloaton. .Mai.. (lA'-'l-'i-lCwlm
Chartered by the
Statu of llllnol
for Ihe cxiiri'KH
purpose ol ttlvniK
ill 1111 cujtea 01 ill,uie, eiirouie, iiimi ill lllliry 111"
tease In all their complicated foims. It i well
known that Dr.. Jninea ha stood at the head of
tho profession for the past un year. Aim ami
vaperienerureiill-lmiiorlant. Mriiilmil Wrnk
IK-NH, night loaw by dream, pimples on the
nice, lost manhood, can positively be curtrd
l.adlc wanting tho 1110. t delicate uttentlon, cull
or write. I'lratant liomo for tatleiits. A liook
for thu ifUllon. MnirhiKO Culde, which tails
yoti'allasout these dlseascii who should marry
"Wh not 10 cents to pay paatago. Or. dame
has :m rooms and parlor. You see uo one but
Ihe doctor. Olllro hours, ! a.m. lo 7 p.m. Hun
day, Pi In .'. All IiubIuc strictly conllden
At ihv lU'i4.iTiH oillw, CAlrolutnoli
S" iy r iiiWrJ a?01 '"'"H ,u,,1 Mn
tit. Lvul AdTcrtlaVb Publ'g Co,, BL louli.U.
f Vrr '