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Steam Packet Co.,
ruducuh, Shawnccto'n, Evans
villo, Louisvillo, Cincinnati
and all way landings.
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It -wla eew frca TiEnia Ptper t9 HarneM Leather.
It Is fif ia aivaasa cf ot'her Sewing KacUnesia thomagnitudo of Its superior
toroveasats, u a Et;:a Car ercells la a;Qsvcmeata
tlo oil fo:H:nel Ztz Cei:i.
Prices Made to Suit the Times, either for Cash cr Credit.
taBead xor Illustrated Catalog of STYLES &ad Pricea
Address WILSON SEWING I.'..vHINE CO.
CUcneo,lil. NeifIork,N.Y. New Oi leans, La. St. tools, Mo.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
And louhr Iti
Ko. 10 OHIO LEVEE.
Sf'KClAI.attcntio! sivcn toconiUtimcrits an I
No wj ( iliio I vi".
STRATTON & BIRD,
AGENTS ATCEHICA.N POWDER CO
5? Ohio Lovee.
WHOLE3ALH AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
uruer llitb St. ul Comiccr?) Av
q q pxjex & CO
MT. CARBON(Dig Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
i,on, or in hogsnoaas, tor Bnipmenr
sromptly attended to.
Daff"To largo consumers nnd all
aaanufacturcrs, wo aro prepared
io supply any quantity, by the
noutn or year, at umiorm raics.
CAIRO CITY CUAL COMPAKT.
II:ilH.ly Pro ' nttiec. No. "11 Ohio I-cvee.
HiiiriiUy lln) 's wliurt'bont.
At httyjiliun Mills, or
At tnv coal liunii, 1001 01 1 uuiy-r.inmu
tJ-l'OBt Office Drawor. n.
Time of Meeting of tho Electors !
and Mode of Voting. j
4 oiiMllliiliumil nuil M:lnrj l'rK I
lull lor 'oiiiillnC !'" olp.
'1 In; tn--t in u of t lie; -l-frtor of null1
htak! ati'l the iiukIi fl Cii-tinjj lh ir vot- j
uiiil tlie inaiini-r of cotmlinj; u nlti r it is ;
ri'ci ivt-il ut Vii'-liii),'t.(ti. um h LOtnin
poiuisof ititi ro-t iimk r tin: jirf.-' iit con-
illtinli ot .'tll.iir.4. J In: (ill-lllilll()li o! li e '
1 iiiir l States irovilM as loilow.s : .
'1 he tlifctors ("hull iiw.i.t in llii.'ir r ajic:-
tivc alutcs anil votu by hiiUot lor two
ktiiii, ol whuin one ut li-art s!m!l tint
in- :m inimimnnt or mu miuc si;r.- wiin
llii'iii lvi'P. And they shall make a li.it
.f till the k.t-ou voted lor ami of tin;
number ol votes Jor each; which Ii.-t they
shall sit'n and ccrtily and transmit sealed
to the seat of Kovernmeht of tlie I'niled
Mates, directed to the president ol the
the senate. The president of the senate
shall, in the presence ol tho Fcnato and
hoiiic of rejiresentutives, oien
all llif icrtiOeatcF, and the vote
shall then be counted. 'I ho per
son having the greatest tiuinher ol
votes shall he the pre.-ident, if such num
ber be a majority of the whole number ot
elector? appointed ; and if there be more
than one who nave men majority ami
have an erjual number of votes then the
house ol representative? shall immedi
ately choose by ballot one of them tor
president ; and if no person have a ma
jority, then Irom the live highest ou tin:
list tliu said noti-e t-naii in like manner
choose the president, liut in choosing
the president tlie vote shall be taken by
states the representatives from each
s.ta;e having one vote.
As airairs now stand there is no pos
sible chance lor the selection of presi
dent to go into the house, the question
being eimply in reference, to the count
ing ot the otesent b" the electoral col
lege of the sT-vi Tal states to the proper
Tlie Kevi.sed statutes of the United
States, chapter 1, make the following
provi-ioiH in reference to Die meeting ol
tlie electoral college, the certifying to
the vote and to whom the certificate
shall be delivered.
Si:i"i ion i:i:l. Kaeh state may, by law,
provide for the tilling of any vacancies
which may occur in its college of electors
when uch college meets to give its elec
Skc. Whenever any state has held
an election lor the purpose of choosing
electors, and ha tailed to make a choice
on the day prescribed by law, the elec
tors may be appointed on a subsemient
day, in such manner as the legislature of
such stare may direct.
Skc. 135. The electors for each state
sdiall inei t and give their votes upon the
tirst Wednesday in December in tlie year
i:i which they nre appointed, at such
place, in each state, as the legislature of
such state shall direct.
Skc. li'i. lt shall be the duty ot each
executive of each state to cause three
li?ts of the names ot the electors of such
slate to be made and certified, and to be
delivered to the electors on or before the
day on which they are required by the
preceding section to meet.
Skc. Ioi. The electors shall vote lor
preMdeiit and vice-president, respective
ly, in the manner directed by the consti
Skc. liW. The electors shall make and
sign three certilleates of all the votes
given by them, each of which certilioates
shall contain two distinct lists, one ot
the votes fur president and the other ot
the votes for vice-president, and shall an
nex to each certificate one of tlie lists of
electors which shall have been furnUhcd
to them by direction ot the executive of
Sr.c. 1J0. Tho elector shall seal up the
eertiiicates so made by them, and certify
upon each that the list of nil the votes of
such state lor the president and ot all the
votes given lor vice-president are con
Skc. 110. The electors shall dispose
of the certificates thus made by them in
the following manner :
Firt They shall, by writing under
their hands or under the hands ot a ma
jority of them appoint a person to take
charge ot and deliver to the president of
tlie senate, at the seat of government, be
lore the first Wednesday in January then
next ensuing, one ot tlie eertiiicates.
StronJ They shall lorwith forward by
tlie postotlice to tlie president of tho sen
ate, at the seat ol government, one other
of the eertiiicates.
Third They shall forthwith cause the
other of tho eertiiicates to be delivered
to the judge of that district In which the
electors shall assemble.
Skc. III. Whenever a certificate ot
votes from any state ha not been re
ceived at the seat of government on the
first Wednesday ot January Indicated by
tiie preceding section, the secretary ot
slate shall send a special messenger to
the district judge in whose custody one
certificate ol the votes from that state has
been lodged, and such judgo shall forth
with transmit that list to the seat of gov
ernment. Skc. 112. Congress shall be in session
on the second Wednesday in February
succeeding every meeting of the electors
and the eertiiicates, or so many ot them
as have been received, shall then be
opened, tlie votes counted and the per
sons to till the ollices of president and
vice-president ascertained and declared
agreeable to the constitution.
Skc. Mil. In case tliere shall be no
president ol the senate at the seat of gov
ernment on tlie arrival ot the persons in
trusted with the cei tillcates ot the votes
of tho electors, then such persons shall
deliver such certilieate Into the ollloe ot
tho secretary of state, to be safely kept
and be delivered over as soon as may be
to the president of the senate.
Skc. 145. Kvery person who, having
been appointed, pursuant to subdivision
1 of section 14U or to section 111, to de
liver the certificates of the votes ol the
electors to the president ol tho senate,
and having accepted such appointment,
shall neglect to perform the services re
quired from him, shall toifcil the sum of
Skc. 110. In ease of removal, death,
resignation or inability of both president
and vice-president ot tno miteii states,
the president of the senate, or it thero Is
none, then tho speaker of tho house of
representatitlves, tor tho time being,
shall act as president until the disability
is removed or a president elected.
If. X. SMITH
Physician 6c Surgeon,
Orllr in Winter', lllook, corner Beventn ami
Coimiu-rt'iiil Avenue, (entrant on Seventh!.
ltiuU-utt'iliUli.vutu oUivt, et ol Wtuius'Un
FOKTV t.AUM KKt'OUi: 1HK I'l HLIO.
DR. C. HOME'S
SYMPTOMS OF W0R!!S.
rjMIF. countenance i; j Jo ar.il
L lcailcn tolore'l, with o ca imuil
lli.i-s, or a irctiniscribei'. sjmt on
one or both c heeks; tlie eyes b conic
ilu'.l ; the pupils dilate; an azure scfii
circlo runs along the lower eye-lid;
til.? no-e ii irritated, swcIU.and some
times bleed ; ; a swell inp; of the ti . r
li; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the cars ; ai
U!iu,u:il secretion of saliva; slimy or
f.irr 'd tongue ; breath very foul, .ir
ticul irly in the morning; npjK-tiio
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others entirely gone; fleeting p:.iii3
i:x the stomach ; occasional nau,ca
a id vomiting; violent painsthrough
o.it the abdomen; bowels irregular,
::. times co..t ive ; stools slimy; not
tn frequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough j
co'igh sometimes dry and convulsive;
tmeay and disturbed sleep, with
grind;:.. of the teeth ; temixjr varia
ble, but generally irritable, ice.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to cxi.it,
DR. C. M' LANE'S VLRMIITGE
Will certainly effect a cure,
ir ix!3 not con tain mliwVry
in any f orm ; it is an innocent pn-pn-rat
i ni, .v.' r ifable of doit: the si;!.!
fit injury t. mat tender infant.
Tiie p.- Kii.u MVLAxrsVi !
m;iti;f. beni ; the sigiK-tuivs of (.'.
MVI.we and Hi in, J'.mo . ci the
; o :
DR. C. MCLANE'C
These I'ills are not recaimnernkd
as a rciiK ity for " all tho ills that
lL.sh is heir to," but in affections of
the Liver, nud iaull Bilious ('0111
phuut.S Ivspcp.-Ui and !:ick Ib ad
ache, or dii.-;i;.-i of that character,
tlu y ttund without a rival.
A GUT. AND FKVER.
No bvtti-r cathartic can lie used
e. i aratory to, or after takiug (ui-
As a faimplj purgative they nre
r.KVVAUK CP IMITATION.
The genuine arc never tucrar
J".k!i bus 1ms a red wax seal on
th.; li.l, with the iuijiression Di:.
i."LANirf Livxir. l'n.i-s.
l-'aeh wrapper bears thesignaturcs
of C IVL.wk and Fj.emini; 15r.es.
.Sold by all respectable druggists
and country storekeepers-generally.
lieu and foreign angm
t'.meyit at Ijiw, and otl
w th those who have 1:
thelminl.i ol other attu
our lees are reasonable,
oiitamtd in the cnlted
States, Canada, mid r.u
roite ; terms as low as
those of any other relia
ble lioiiM-. Correuimn
dencu invled in the f.ni:
lit-U and foreign anguaites. witn inventore, At
t'.mevsat uiw. and other Soliciitors, eriiecial!
w th those who have had their cai-eg reieeteil in
the hands ol other attorneys. In rejected race
our lees are reasonable, aul no charge is made
unless we are auerentlul.
T .If vou
examination at the patent oflh-e, and
it patcntalile, will Mend you iianera
and i.Mr.eeute vonr case. Our fee W
If vou want a vat
,.-end us a model
will make an
examination at the patent ofllce. and II we think
It patcntalile, will aena you papers anu auvicu,
and pMreente vonr case. Our fee will be iu or
dinary cue, t-i.
11 Oral or written In matteM
ffi-tt. Ex-Commlssloner of Tatents.
Cleveland. Ohio i O. II. Kelley, Esq., Sec'y
National Orange. Louisville, hr. Cviumodor
lan'l Ammen, I'. W. N., Waliliiirton, I). C.
t3"end Mamn for our 'Guide lor obtain
ing 1'ateuts," a liook ol'aO panes.
Address : l.iui HHfic-r A Co., Solid
tors ol I'atents, W ashingtou, 1. C.
.'aa't oe male by every a-ent
every nmntli in the business we
lurnieh. but llmi-e willinir to work can easily
eai-n a dozen dollars a day riaht in their own lo-
calitias. Hare no room to explain here, Husi-
iiex pleasant and liooornblc, w.iinn. Hoys
and if ills do as well as men. We will luriii-li
v.ii .1 i-miiiilile outllt free. The buninens lin
better Uiaii anvthinf; else. We will be.ir ex
pensuol BtHrtinK you, I'artietilais fre. Writ
and fee, Karniers and mechanics, their sons
and ilaui-'hU'rs, and all classes iu need of puyine
work at home, should write to us and learn all
alioul the worW at once. Now is tba tiuie
lion't delay. Address Tbi i A Co., AuKUata,
O'CALLAHAN tc HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southorn Illinois.
LiKhtning Hods, Pumps, Stovca
JobbinK Promptly Dob.
J, 11. OUEULY. A. W. WATT
CAIEO CITY BINDERY,
A.. "OT, PYATT eft) GO.
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Buildlnr, Cor. Twelfth Stree
ana WMiuiision at.iiu.,
KrCvunlr and BailroadWork a SpecutUT
L I Stewart I Do
Have rt!MiiM in llieir Wholi-nle Wari-liouxn rm
Wabash Avcnuo and Wash
A Large and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invito tho
Special ATTENTION of tho
f2ces mm n sun the mn
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board, 3d Floor 2. 00 Per Day
Speolal Rates by Woelt or Month.
A limited nmnlM-r of very ili-iralite l.-imily
roc Mn can be neeim-d ul lvm-omible iali lor Hit
1 lie t. Charlei is the larpest ninl lie.-t aeliriiiit
! House in Siiutlierii Illinois , aiM is the lea.lmu
Imt. I in ( airo. NiitttHliatiiiHliiiir the "lied
Uoi k" niliiction in price., the table will, um
ii-iiuI, he liberally iiiliel with the v ery Uvt
ol everythiint that eun tie Ibiind in market.
1 ine lursre i-ample runms lor roiiunereiul trav
clern, on irrouml tloor, lreeof rlmr!e.
U- AH liBifiratfeol puat4 convejvd to and Irom
the hotel without eh irire
JKW EXT WILCOX &( o.,
ami trunk 1 1 ii
HI reel". 'lil
Cbarlervvl by the
State of Illinois
ir the express
purpose ol giving
IjllliiLiiniv leu, t
nail tabes ol private, chronic, und urinary di-
eeaies in all their ciiniiilicated forms. It is well
kaown that Ur.Jame. has stood at the lieail ot
the i,rofeion lor the nasi 51' year. Aaeand
eii'erienceareall-iniiioitant. (i-iiilinl Weiik-
H4.MM. niL'lit iorsi.4 ov ilrcanis. iiiuiiiie on uie
face lost manhood, can positively be cureed
I-adit wantinir the most delicate atteution, call
or write. I'leasanl home lor natieuts. A book
for the million. Marrmce Guide, which tells
you allaliout theaedibea;s--wlio Slioui-J marry
whv not Pi i--iits to nav nostiiL'e. lr- James
has :1 rooms nnd iiarlor. Vou see no one but
the doctor uilice hours, 'J a.m. to 7 p. hi. Min
days, 1 to 1. All busiuess strictly rnnflden
ARE PAIB S
disabled in line of duty, if by
accident or otherwise. A
WOUND of any kind, ths
loss of a a-'ina-er or To, or
the loss of an tj o, a ltt l'
TI KE, if bat slight, civet a
pennon. Disease of Lun(S
cr Vartconn Vein give a
pension. BOUNTY. If
discharged for wound, injuries
or rupture, you get full boun.
ty. "Scnd 3 stamps for
copy of Pension and liounty
Acts. Address all letters It
F. II. FITZ3E&ALS,
U. S. Claim A cent, Indianap
olis. Ind. WOn all letter
mark P. O. Uox Oa.'MI
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I I he GrHtid Old
Which has stood tho tost of 4C
Thero'ia no sort) lt Will not TJcal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
Acho. no Fain, that A-lllicts tho liu-
man body, or the body of a Horso
or other Domestio animal, that
does not yield to its magio touch.
A rjottio costing a&e., euc. or i
has often Baved the life of a Human
Being, and Rostorod to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
A Largor Stock and Lower Prices
Tban ever for CASH.
r'roiu Filly cents to Twculy -live dollars.
A lull liue of 1-d" style corset and hosiery ut
lower price than ever lie fore offered in
iuiru. old straws made over, oriukiui
iu e.vcuuuge i r m w goods.
A full Ktoek of Ludiea Woolen and Cuttou
RIBBONS AND LACES
Fcathera, Flowers, ete.. of every vanity and
al all 1'iice.
My stock Bitist be closed out, and I w ill piv
my cutuu.r tll lNMtii Uit ever oUerud
Ufoia MU.S, C. M'tEAN.
water's M "V t
Thiii roat lr.tcrniitioniil i:liiliitioii,
slincd to coiiimeniorato the one hundredth
annivcrnry ot American lndiMiendcnci',
opened May lOlli, nnd will eloc Novcmtirr
Hull, M70. All the mtiotii ot tli world
twd all the Mates and tcrritorior. f,f the ln
ion are purticlpatini; in tbi" wonderful lc-mon--tratlon,
brinj.irjg together tlio mo-t
comprchorislve collectiou tl urt treasuref,
rneciiauical inventions, wit jitiiic divover
nie, niantifiicturinj ncldevcmerits miner
til .perfmcn, anl nricultural proilucts
rr.er exhibited. Tho grounds devoted to
the exhibition nre situated on the line nf
tho l'ppnylvania Itallroml ami embrace 4"K)
acTei of l ainiiount l'nrk, all highly im
proved ami ornamented, on which arc
t'rrctod the largest luililiiij."evercotistnii'
ted fivi of thci"i; roveriiia an urois of titty
acre and co'.ini if..'i,oiii,iKKi. The total
number of buildiui erected for the pur
pose of tho exhibition Is near two hun
dred. During tho thirtw d:iya Immediately
following the opening of the exhibition it
niillion and a ijuattur ol people v isited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
THE GREAT TUUNK LINE
FAST KAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
In the niof", direct: convenient andci oiniiu
icul way ol reaching riiiladelphla and thin
reat Kxhiliition troin all t-c-i tion- of tho
country. Its trains too and lrom l'hihdi-1-phla
will pas throudh a grand Centennial
depot, which tho company has erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
ground for the accommodation of passen
gers w ho wi h to etop at or start from the
liiiineroui lai-tfo hotels contiguous to this
rt.uion unc the Kxhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to vtsilor-". and all'oril
td cxcltinively by tho I'i-dpsj Ivrnia Kail-
lad, which is the only lino riinuint,' direct
o the Centennial t.uiMir's. Kxetirsion
rainn will a No Mop at the Km anipiiient of
ho rations of Uu.lmudry, at Kim t.Uiou
on this ro.ul.
The i-eimK) Har.i.i n.iilroad i-i the. rand
cr-t railway orL"inizatii.iii In tho. world, it
controls seven thousand niilen of roadway,
lorinlnz continuous lints to Philadelphia.
Now York, lialtimore, am Washington, over
whicii luxurious tlay and ntirlit cars -ore
run from Chicago, l. Louis, l.oui-n ille.ciu
i innati. Indian ipoli.-i, coluuibu-', Toledo,
Cleveland and Kiio w ithout cUancc.
it-" main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ot heavy idccl rails upon a deep bod
of broken ttonu ballast, and its brid.-lis are
all ol iron or stone, its passenger' trains
aro equipped with every knoivn improve
ment tor comtoit and sslety, and are run at
taster (.peed lor j,'rcuii r iiistanci s then the
trains of any lino on the continent. The
company nas largely increaccd its equip
incut lor 'Jedtctinial travel, and w ill be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at ohort
notice euiHetent to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
ol the company guarantee the most perfjet
accommodation tor all ils patron-, during
the Centennial Kxhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
l'onnsylvania lUilroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over its perlcct
roadway an cver-chanu'ltu' panorama of
river mountain and landscape views unc
qunlcd in America.
ThecatiiiL' stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furni-hod at suit
able hours and arr-ple time allowed lor tn-
Excursion tickets, at reduced ratcn. will
!) sold at all the prlncipul railroad ticket
ollices in the est, Korthwist ami fouth
lie sure that your tickets rea l via the
(ircatrcnusyivauia route to Ik) Centcn
FltAXK THOMSON, I). M. I?OYI),.Ir
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