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CYRUS S. OBERLV. Editor.
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and printing Nii'ui' ia!o :iito;lu-r Itu-i-ne,tnJ
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the eaatot kind of term. Tbi news
paper and job printing sta!.liliuK'i.t i
the bft appointiil one m Southern Illi
nois, and i monfy-msVinj concern.
Any one vbi vlsln to rngssf" tin;
biifiut'M wit I tin 1 t!ii to hi ;t'i fX'lii'iit
Inquire at the Uvm.ktiv oII'cc, M Mr.
E. A. Burnett.
fM.211, l7i. -Jons II. Ohkhi.v..
lOPl LATIOS . PATI.XXH.
The lat annual roportof the Commix
aionerot PuUnt embrace? a tabul:irtate
inent allowing the number of pulents
issued during Ihe year to each state and
territory, and the ratio between t lie pa
tent?) lued and thj population. Wc are
Indebted to Mcsxra. Louis Uajrgcr A Co.,
Patent Attornies, in Washington, I. C,
for the following Interesting dat.t from
this table :
. The state oi New York (ijuite nutunilly,
it having the largest population) reeeived
more patents for new invention than any
other atitc 3,771. Next to N v York
eonies Pennsylvania, with 2.034 ; next
rank Massachusetts, with 1,S1(5; next
Illinois, with 1.00M ; and next Ohio, with
1,001 patents, lint the proportion ot
patents to population, iib ItKliwitltifr the
seatot theinvi-ntive genius of the country,
Is more aignlrtcant. In the preceding re
jvortof the Commissioners, Conneetieut
(the laud of wooden nutmegs led the
list ; but this year the District of Colum
bia takes the lead, with one p:itent for a
new invention Issued to every CIS of the
population ; Connecticut having only one
patent to ever 761 of the entire population.
Massachusetts, also in this respect, stands
third In the list, the proportion bring one
to every 7j7. "Little Rhody"' comes
fourth, with one to every 943. The legt
invention state, ns shown by this table, Is
Arkansas, which received but one patent
to everr 4t.Ot2 ol her population.
The (Jot rrnnirnl HuiMIni. :! nhm
H I airo Ji.ij HUH in It.
Kd. ftri.t.f.Tlx l.ook'ou your center.
nial maps, and you will see that number
seven is the United Mates building ; and
no on' t-houl I vi-rit the exposition with
out ta'.iii a tour through the tame. On
tho riht hand tide, soin in ;r the
South dxr, you tind the
The first thin that attracts ova's al
lention is thu making ot c:irtri!".
firstly, the copprr ii cut into round
pieces about one and a halt inches tu di
ameter, by the "cupping machine."
Then It passe iuto the first draw, which
draws It into hape. From thence It
goes through the eeeond, third, fourth
and fifth drawr, each making the cart
ridge about t-narter ot an inch longer,
till it becomes two inches in length.
From hero it got into a machine for
heading it, trimming, venting and im
pressing it. A little tarlher on we come
to where the bullets me made. First
comes the trammer, then the lubricator,
followed by the priming, and tapering
and crimping machine, and lastly the
whole CRrtrldge U loaded. Crowing r.V'r
we come to where they arc
MIKING GI NS,
isp: ingtleld Mu-kets all by mcchim ry.
First the erode wood is put into a sort of
lathe, which iiii.1-.is a perfect stock, only
n little rough, but the hitter ii soon rem
edied. Then the locks arc bvtlil t, the
clamp mtcws aru turned, and the
"brooch-block" 1 made and drilled. A
little further in is the drop hammer
which at n single iruprcs
ion tnukes the loiki. or heel plates
Aero tt the aisle, wccouio to where the
barrels are being bored uud rilled and we
noon ace the muket iu all Its glory,
riaoed above in th vicinity atv numer
Which were jatented during or after the
war. One ot the most destructive is the
Vandenbur Volley Oun," shoot'ug
about seventy-live cartridge at a time.
The Guthrie and Lie lt jN-ater, Itegua
Hatter, Cotlee M 'It. Hotchkis revolving
cannon, and the terrible large and muhII
Oatlifig guns, may also be mentioned as
fearful toy. On a table near bv are
models of fifteen Inch Rodmans, moun
tain howitzers, gun earriai. limber?
end fvcry thing pertaining to artillery.
Near by are alao all of the ui.-Vn nt kind
of hell, ball i, and ahot uvl by each f.ud
verf gun. Standing In two tr three
row are Images dressed in the army
uniform from 1770 to the present day,
md aome ot the tmUorm look quecily
rough. On a wrt of counter, 1 a uia
cLlna tor cutting cloth. J: It used to cut
aria J clothe., and tlw knite (worked ly
team) foe through two lube, of cloth u
eair at acluori through a plw? of paper,
$ClgAr4 co woooai4 tovwcf tfcomoit
IftteiWtlPJ tNartmefit-i, U
l iu: sh.vaI ski: vie I .
Ib-re airHDjctit in order an- all the inMiu
ments from which are taken the npnii
that are in our papers Anemographs,
rain-guages, ev:ipor.'itoi. barographs,
thermographs all follow In order.
Thin conies the plate from whi- h the
map, etc.. of the war dep u linent tire
printed, signal llaifs. rtn-ket. pit!s uud
every thing connected with t'.e -igual
scrvi'1'. Prt'ing on we reach the chol
ot mihury engineering, where we find
models of torpedoes, li;to of minir?. c 1
pontoons, bridge breakwater". Rvtitrn
ing we rwili the
ivam si n i v,
And Ihtc is where tin finest of lintru
ments arc found. Huge transits und
theodolite', telescopes maps of dilTt rent
surveys, allot which could be made a
full chy's Mil ly. An J ippcs'ue are some
liht flours; with great mngiiitb'ent
revolving lenses, and models of -omc of
our mott noted liglit :ou?es. On of the
finest models was that of "pect.-.cle
Beet.' A little further c u we come to
the bureau of cngriving, where arc ex
hibited some ol the tinest. pccimciis f
engraving in the country. Uank i.otcs,
bills, everything in fact in the greatest
profession. Rae!; of it lire photographs
ot all of our liest postofllces, custom
houses, e(e., in the Unite 1 St ites. We
eaw the custom house cf Cairo, and n
very good photo, it was. Nashville bad
a model over ebjht teet high of her cus
tom house and postofllce. 'lhere is oiie
thiiiir that attracted universal attention
which was n model of the arsenal at
Rock Isl.md. Ii must have Inen tlvc
feet f-quare, anil I'verything was faith
fully delinented. Now p'lssing bH' k to
the door we enter, and taking the li It
hand fide we come to the
NAVY DKl'ARTMKN f.
The first thing that strikes ones' ee,
is a model ol the sloop ol" war Antietam.
Ic Is-a beautiful piece of workmanship,
bring fuliy eighteen feet long, with every
rope, par, gun. etc., in position, lly tho
side of it i- a model of :m immense
French l.iue-of-Hattle-ship, the I (ante,
and also the lido. Pa-sing on we came
to sonif more models of guns, phelN,
cartridges, lmnd-greiiades, torchon, very
old guns, und all ihe diflcrent smnll arms
used in the army. A little further mi
are some tuitncnsu torpedoes, with i h e
trie keys to net them oil. Close by are
beautiful 'Cutter engine..' We soon
came to an :ncient relic i.i the form of an
old Spanish cannon, us ! by Corb z in
his conrpiett of Mcxl"o. l'liis gun is
supj.od to have lu en cn-t about 14v0.
A. D. A little wv on we came to a
glass e.i-o. containing fuse, fi ic:ion, tubo-
ign!ter, ever thieg used in sotting off
torpeduei-or mines, or guns. Here and
ttiere we see the wax fuures of tho ail
ors, mnrinc and navy olileers of bs7d.
great many spicirnrns ot minerals pre
found, and also all the li.xin." pertain
ing to the navy binnacles, blocks, etc.
One of the most complex an 1 benutiful
machines in the building is the
l XVKLOfi: MACHINK.
The paper is cut and put on a Aland;
from whence tho machine t ikes it up,
puts the "gum btickiu" in, makes the
envelope and ttamps i:, sothutwhui it
conies out it l ready for u-o. 8urrouiid-
ing this machine arc .framed coutainm;
all the stamps i.sties, in their regular
sets, all kinds of stamped envelopes,
post -a cards and a regular itostolliee.
where the "Ccntenuial maU" is distribu
ted. Also a minaturo enr, showing the
way in which mall-bags are taken "on
tho lly." Opposite to all these, arc some
large cases, ins'ulu ot which are most of
tin birds found la the United State,
both wild and tame -of course all stufh d.
There ore also specimens ol w ood about
two feet in length, of all the trees found
hi the United States. .Mso some splendid
specimen of sttuTed i iilmul.-, including
the whin; bear, uca-llon. mhIs,
white whale, und common Lear. Down
fhe center arch sue models taken from
the patent oHlee, articles fi um tiiu com
mon schools, a very tine collection of
mineral', etc. Going out of one of the
southern rooms, we i-eo guns, thief
among them arc n twenty-pound iiOd
brou2-i cannon, twenty-lour-pound boat
howitzer, ono huudred-pouud Kmerson,
two eleven-inch smooth bores, two thirty-two-pound,
two fifteen inch guns, in the
monitor terret. each weighing about
43,613 pounds, an elght-lnch, a nine
Inch, and one eleven-Inch, and to cap all,
a monstrou twenty-inch Rodman,
inouuted on Its carriage, with another
near by, a little inferior iu size. Rut ull
these will sink mto liuignltb-ance besides
the monstrous "Krupp" gun, the largest
cannon in the world. All thoo and
many more things can bo seen &l No. 7,
and no oue fcliould go to tho exhibition
without "pending a full diy at tho U. S.
buili'iiitr. Alios. JcvEviiv,
Owing to the need of my is-riom I nt.
tention to our country bu-lnoss. t have
secured Mr. M.J. How ley as chv usrent.
who will continue the businnii In Hie sale
Of the Howe "Wlni7 runetiinei tl!'-
f , ...
uef:dle4, oil, thread and att'ichm. nfs. 1
would ak that he ni iy re-lv a libera!
haro of patronajfe.
IK r. BtNNCT, Sup'. Ax'!.
Tho undersigned hn r.eftp?0j
agency of the Howe Sewlfiy .Miehlue
cotuiwwy, in connection with M- real i-1
tate builfes, and In taLon ri-om on
Commerolnl aruhue, Ulow Tenth sluvt i
adjoining the City Oun aiorv. The pui-1
roccgo of cur r'.t,I;vna u r'rtfuVy 4 1
Uolrr J W. J.Horirr. A r r.
His Election No Longer
Louisiana and Florida
Wheel into Line!
The Radicals Give Up the
Grantism and Haycsism Alike
i 111 VOTK IX AV l KANC lSl'O.
Ciiicaiio. 111., Nov. 8. Latest returns
from San Francisco give that city to
I lives by a small majority. No addi
tional returns from the interior. A
I'ortland, Oregon, dispatch cajs that
state has gone Republican.
San Fkancioo. Nov, Caiilornla is
Republican by .'1,000 majority. Oregon
la V ry close, and claimed by the Repub
licans by a htu nil majority.
Ralkh.h. . C. Nov. 8. North Caro
lina elected 7 I'emoornt and 1 Republi
can coni; 'i suiuiii.
Soul. i rrtr:liin.
AN AW J-TL COMltlN A riOX.
Ciiai;i.i.st.)N, S. C, Nov. H.Rctuins
and eatiiiiatts s.m to indicatethut Sooth
Carolina ha gone for Hayes und Hamp
I vpi.i xai'.m.is., Ixj.., Nov. 7. 1: I" :u
m. :i f) lownTiips show a net Democratic
majority of 70s over the October Vote.
Si Rons, Mo.. Nov. H, 11 a. in.
Sixty-live town-hips in the state outside
of St. Louis vivo Tilden lL0o; Hayes,
ti,;iyj. Forty-live townships give I'heips,
for governor, 0,!'i-l ; Finkeluburg, -1.007.
Vernon county reported Democratic, ma
jority of 1,2'jO.and Livingston. ICo Demo
HAtUiHni i:G. Nov. S. This state gives
a Republican majority of about 12. W0.
l'HiLADf.i.ruiA, Ra., Nov. s. Seven
teen Republican congressmen are elected
iu rejiiisylvauia against 10 Democratic
congressmen, Maryland has elected ul
Demoiratic cimgressmen. The state
went Detnnrra'ic by 1S.000.
SOME ADPl ltoNAL KETL'RNS.
Chic Alio, Nov., H.275 towns and pre
cincts in Illinois which gave Grant Jn
1872. 45.51.1; jrwIey,2",C70, havegivm
Hayes 5.770''.;, 1 ild'en, 45,715. Besides
there ore forty-nine towns which give
Hayes H.7J) maj.nlty; Tildeu, 7.701,
and twenty-one which give Hayes a ma
jority of 'A M(f i ilto-n a maioritv i f
Citit Aon, Nov. s. -Re'.unii from "Mi
Illinois towns and preeinclj give Hayes
it'.sa;., J ilden against 0:1.079 fur
Omit and Il,:!'i2 for CrceJey in ;.
Ni:w Voi;k, Nov., , i;;',o a. m. New
VorL Ti-'ict this morning publisher
tabular return from that state by coun
ties, which give Tilden a majority of 32,
12's, Republicans concede to the Demo
crat New York, New Jersey, Connec-
! I . . . 1 T i n . .
"i"'. Ionian ana till tin :outlioril statv-S
except Louisiana, South Carolina and
Florida which will hedountful.
Ni:w Yokk. Nov. K, 8 p. m The 'aU
est dispatches from FK.rlda feeeui to Indi
cate that tin.' Democrats have carried
the Hut y -J.iKlj. The Republicans
claim Oregon by 5o0 to !, majority.
The Democratic: .neml committee in
New Orleans to-i.lght lumi the itate hat
gone Demoerrt'.L- with lD.CKH) majority.
Twenty Rep-ib.'Iean nnl thirteen Demo-
emtio, cnngresaineii tbcted for New-
York stme. Robinson i elected gover
nor; running well up with Tilden.
Ni:w Vcru, Nov. fi. 3:30 p. m Hie
electoral v4 ft an Florida, Nebraska,
Nevada, Oregon, Louisiana und South
Carolina ure all required to elect Hayes ;
any one of ihem enrried bv fhe Dcmoernt J
will elect Tilden.
At thii hour all these state are
ehil.nrd by both putllei without sufll
clcnt returns t nnke nny one of Ihem
T.l.l ","s in .J.,iT'y !a tni-ttt D nS.ftOO.
l. vi.i. Cuv, Fla.,Ni?v. r, fi it D
ih? opliibm ot moiir.itc nr ntl.it fiorldft
will flecf tlie entire Democratic State
ticket by over 2,HM) majority. The Dem
ocrats gain larcely in all but three or
I'or the I'nc of lli.ts,. hi 1VIII not bo
nt llii itlna ol ItrmllnK "ltnnl
if.f'U'l'in Kaniim-i )
Oeraldino Hartropp w as couiderel by
the exoteric to Im a girl of a XiU
ing beauty. Tlie truth known to the e
ottric lew Wk that inert was a certain
hydrostatic force in her aspeet whieh
oomjH He J either admiration or hate, and
had been know n to draw tears ol envy.
She paw ned her necklace nt ibidou-liuden
to pay a gambling debt, and the next
day it was returned tu her with a mys
terious note, which she associated with a
mysterious stranger who had watehed
her wiih some contempt in his hooked
nosj as she playtb Altertlus her fa mil v
rourteboite was imnn'r.soly lk-h. and
descended from n line of kings, lb-sat
at breakfast with his hanger on. Pl'.i.h.
whom he fed alternately with tho dogs
who cringed at his fief. 1'iiuh, tor his
own reasons, tried to ni.suade ("onrte
botte from proposinjr to (ter.ildiuo. but
received for answer a kiek and an oith in
an inward voice.
OenMine. finding that she could tint
X on i he stage, resolved to marry
Courtebotte. who had several other es
While Damouna was exploi ing a syna
gogue, an ancient Jew iilucked'hbii by
the coat, and said: "Look Iot, ma
tour, you're ono of us ?''
This made Damouna think, and bold
himself up ly the coat collar, a favorite
action of his. He then pulled a Jew i.h
girl out of a river, and became acquainted
witlin consumptive Hebrew who wrote
poetry, end addressed Damouna a his
Com tebotte's hili breeding came out
in his habit of beating his wile, nnd
swearing at Iter in his inward voice.
Dumounn mot his hliherto unknown
mother, w ho was a J wbb opera tipger.
".s'lielp me.'' he cried j ii ecstacy. "1 al
w ;iys thought 1 was a Jew.''
Corah'iuo i:is never quite sure whether
she In lin-d'her hustrtiiil to drown or not.
Damouna adiisid In r to keep it dark,
but did not propose to marry her. "It
is no iniitt.-r," she sidd. "I shall be a bet
ti r woman lor all yo'.l have said to me,"
''."hjllabahili '." said Daiuoun.'i. takinc
l irn-etf up by the collar, an 1 lilting him
self out ol thi.'roi.ni. After this rnnr
ricd the little .lev li- had pi.iled out
ot the- river.
ill ifi'iioiiiiiies Alleii4iiiw III"
fit-Hill l.ir-el ii the l'iiv.
Ni.w Yoi:k. N' v. 7. A spicial dis
patch from Rome, tvlaiins: tiic c. renin
stances ;it:enling the death of Cnrdinal
Antonelli. saj n his death was p-.aeelul.
About bis bedside were gatlo ren Jus re
lation and UKiny ot his cotleiigui iu the
college of Cardinals. The hi-t inoiiients
were coinlorted by the npostoiic benedic
tion and oliier religious ri'.es. The
C.irdinnl w;is seifd on Sunday
with a sudden atMck ot gout
in the chest tshlle iu the prc
ence of his Holiness, giving mi account
of the sums received from .Spanish pil
grims. The l'ope was greatly i Heeled
by the suddenness of his illustrious ser
vant's prott: id. on, uud his eminence was,
by direction of the loie, carried to hu
adjoining apartment. T he l'ope sent for
his own physician, w ho at once declared
ail hope cone. The sacred emblem
were then partaken of by the dying Car
dinal, and tho l'ope retired for a short
time to another part of the palace.
His Holiness, however, again visited Ihe
suftV-rer and remained by his
side for some time, giving his
benediction before retiring. Long r.fter
midnight 'ar final Antom lii sent a pre
late to the l'ope, askhij his prvon for
all Involuntary offenses. He lingered
along at times, mile red intense agony,
until daylight. Then his vital energies
si-enied wholly exhausted and at seven
o'clock Cardinal Antonelli was dead.
In tho cafes the Cardinal's death ia the
universal theme and expressions of gri f
and regret are universal. Tho sudden
prostration of the Cardinal creates great
consternation In tho Vatican. The Car
dinal's property and per-onal effects are
bequeathed to Ids kindred. His large
uud valuable cabinet of bric-a-brac paint
ings and cut and uncut precious stones
are left to tho museum of the Vatican.
As Ihe, Hcpnlillcnu Prea hn Made
lliiu mmU tttt Ho .
(Nrw Vw'lk WorMC'.rrrSi(iDi1nc )
I'otiiiiaUKi'siK, Nov. L Tilden' In
come tax, TiuJen's railroad frauds, Til
ueu's, complicity with Twt.d, Tildtn'a
wussacrts. of southern blacks, 'iiijeifs
intention to pay confederate war ciaiins,
Tilden ns l.ueikr generally, had been so
thoroughly discussed by courteous west
ern journalists ibiU oil my leceni rciuin
from the rucltloLongt 1 t uud that then
wa. hardly any Tilden h It to them ex
cept n frintdv invtiited -Tilden, wiih one
eye irone and one toot iu fhe jrave. Ttiw
newspapi-r gfiiileuioii out V.t were
trying to persuade incredulous render
that L'ncle isaiiiuel was "failing."'
Now, have known Governor TiMeu
firsonii' years, and I think that it yes
terday some one Ol theo Imaginative
writer could have seen h!in as 1 did, iu
hW parlor oppo-ite (Jrauiercy pmk, he
woahl have Wn rather taken aback, to
sa the least of it.
Oovrnor Tilden i-ntered the apart
""lit In the company ot a hvly.towhom.
wiih cluracten-tlc gallantry , he pre
scute 1 oine flower ti out a inagnifletut
floral basket, which was conspleuou in
hli honor at the previous night's recep
tion at the Manhattan club. The bisket
Hit upon a stand near tlie window
lily a lew teet from the veiled
marble statu ot Flora. whirl.
I as bet,n o often admired by ifvety vlil.
tor to the Oor rnor'a New York tiorne
Aht; stood before the window In pro-
I;oijii;tt to beauty, r.owcr end srt. und
w ith n mass of superbly bound volume
resting in dark cava lii tlie shadow be
hind him, I could not help hoping that so
fortunate and comely a bachelor might,
Indeed, confirm the Sunn 'delightfulm
inor. or a tew days ago, that Uncle Sam
uel would install a bride, as mistress of
the White lloll-P. lie una in lh tliimt
j health, iu his usual .serene spirits und
J walked the carpet during conversation
wiiii ins oni n rm nnu clastic ten. lie
hai gained In flesh and vigor within the
lust jear. and is happily equipped in every
way lor the task be is about to ho sum
moned to by the naiirii.
LI U S Do
II ive nprncd I" tlir Wtint0e Wanlimves on
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Largo and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite the
Special ATTENTION of tho
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
l Ihe i'Rud Old
Which Uaa stood tho test of 4C
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Curo, no
Acho, no Pain, that Afiliota the Hu
man body, or tho body of a Horse
or oth r Domestic an mal, that
doou not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 60c. or$l
has often saved too life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
INNI HA t I:.
5 AFFORD, MORRIS
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Kin Illinois, representing ot
165 oon 000
Dealer m Fresh Meats
bitwten Waablnetoc u-l Commtrcia
ATenuea, adJolninr Hanny'a.
TEKHS fur aula tl. h-3t Iliif. for a. Mntlou
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Waukesha, Bethesda, Blue Lick and Saratoga
Mineral Waters, at BARCLAY BROTHERS, Ohio Larea.
Cheap at BARCLAY BROS,
Either Store. Be sure to call examine and price before you Buy.
White Lead, Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Varniahea all colors, and Painters Materials, at
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
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Cure of Chills, at
Ague and Liver Pad,
AGUE PAD, $1 Each,
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