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QYBVa 8. OB5BLT. Editor.
1 urn anxtou to co out ot the tw wpapcr
an! printing lulnes into anoibrr bul
neM,awl thcrtioreoflcf tho hole Bcll
ti Printing EetaUiahrrwnt tuachlntry,
types, tmilinff, itnil jro4 will of the
cewtpaper and Job offlf for ae niton
lL raniest kind of trrm. Tills lu ffs
paper and Job printing e tAtlishmetit U
iht brt appointed one m Southern I!U
uois, and ii a ruonfj-skinjr concern.
Apjt one whowhhf to enagx? In tbe
buslncM will Had thl to ! an cxMVr.t
Inquire at the Bt ixttn oillo. ' Mr.
K. A. Burnett.
Oct. 20, 1573. Jobs H.tn.i an
mority wl'l t: about
Utx. Lkib didn't throw out the irreg
ular ret urns ot Cook cou n ty .
To thb Republican thi ndric-e: 'Tut
away lb bloody shirt," and to the Iiu
ocraU this : "Keep on your hirt."
WHBTHtn Uare is counted in or out,
M l'Jh the conclusion of the prewnt count
ing process the iotnfi!l of th RrpuWi
can party will come
'1 ntt great cardinal ha, gone to his
rtt. ' Antonelli has been laid away with
hit fathers. "ili life.' says the New
York Herald, 'tretchinj oeroM two
feneration a, was retlcs, floq'ier.t and
V'ht don't tho ret'irainir board ot
Ixmisiarut and Florida cut it hort,"
nudget through with it? They have
come to the doterminition to t heat JJ r.
Tilden, and ahonld do wi:h":t o
much torm and cremor.y.
Ij.i ikom pays tuore revenue to theg-v-trr.ui-nt
than any other r.u:e in the
Union. D'jriog Ue Htctl year i-ding
Jaoe 30. th yar, Illioou paid t-23,7J-m.l,Stv
York. ilt.Sir.j-n.y, arjd
Ir our good friends will Cght. k t thtui.
I hi-y will get tired of the auu-ewtt co
lore it liai been long eoctiiiued. aiid ljok
arourvl fr a hole toto which they may
or!, or a tmkll motutaiii that tby
may induce to Ull npoa them.
'ina Yoingtr brother baTe bea t.a-1
tetK4 to the liiincou pe&ifeiiuary for
lite. Jf now, we can get the Jamr t-yi
aad Kellogg lockerj up fw the term ef
tbe!r natural live, bow happy we wlil be
with ail of tLeae charmer? awy.
Lord BtacoxiririD tali sig&iScantly
in a late (peech : "-Enplaad i not a coun
try that will have to enquire whether the
hal! enter Kto a second or third cam
p:iigu. She will begin lighting', and that
v, ill not cod until right la done.1
"Vs lorgot to state that the ArguM-Jour
ml has been for the time being discon
tinued. The materials of tho printing
olHce will bo fetched Irom Mound City to
Cairo, and la a nhort tlmo the A.-J. will
appear a a dally or trl-weekly afternoon
Since we have commenced the work of
Inveatigation In the matter ot tho elec
Hon held la thii county on the &th Inst.
why don't tho arresting begin ? What is
the use of a content unless somebody It
aent to tbe penitentiary ? But, then, the
thing Is workl.jg, and may be it la best
to wait until everything 1 in readtncfi
lor a forward movement.
In this melancholy way tho Democrats
at the South are said to be tinging now :
Pot away bis little rooster,
Pride ot ail the chicken eoopa ;
lie cin't eraw as he U used to.
Owing to the federal treops." '
And, by the way, U there not more
truth than poetry In these lines? Well,
yea ; for since thero la some truth in
them at lcar-t, a person may safely ven
ture upon this assertion.
COHGBA I TlYSTOB Y.
Yesterday wo received a telegram Irom
lion. A. II. Ifvio, dated at St. Louin, in
forming us that ndllt prottyui bad been
entered In the case ot the United States
against lion. D. W. Munn and D.T. Lin
tgar, Esq. Both thee gentlemen have
consequently been discharged. This Is
to congratulate them. They are going
through lit fiery furu&nee without be-
lug scorch!. Ve arc glad of it, because
long alnce, as the caughty boys aay, we
tumbled to them in sympathy.
senator John A. Logan, In a speech la
the United. States tenate, on the first of
March, 1873, declared that Kellogg's gov-
rumen t la Louisiana was founded upon
fraud, and that it bad been set up by
lorce contrary to the wiohes of the peo
pie of the f tate, contrary to their rlghU,
lu face of the law and in violation of the
Ut Logan-topi oiou changed Vak
rit bceause fcc. vt coumlttcd agaltft
he rascalities of Louisiana returuing
board that he rfcfudto go down to New
Orleans and help it count in llayttf
And will be stick f Will he eouUauo to
denounce the ratc&li who are now bet
ting aside tho will of the people of Louis
iana lo a bold and dwflaut manner f
IIO J. K. IHEBlftW, TstCMBCa) tr
On of tbe beat wou tleeted to the
lower house of tbe general atsetubly by
the Republicans, Hon. E. B. Sherman,
4 Chicago. He has the Jefltrtonlan
fiaaliflcatloni for offloo, being both bon
cat and capable. It the house has many
neb faeisbere It wil) be tbe most able
boAf of men tnat ta aicmtloJ In the
aute 'nc the day vben Dou1a, Lin
coln and other moo of thtlr ability wire
In the lcgUlaturo of Illinois. Now wtj
d'-n't know whether the bouse bat a Ro
publican majority or not, because we
don't know how the Independent num
txri will Jump, but if the houe must tarn
t K pi)b!!ctin epfakcr we Lope Lg will be
our tritnl Minnat. tu tlio chair bo
would be impartial, nnd wou'J soon be
rccojTilzcd by even the tnt crii'o&l h a
Tory skillful iwliaraenramn.
Vft publish tbl morning tbe ejrt of
an Intei tie w between Hon. Benjamin F.
Butler and a New York Btruld reporter
on the subject of the presidential en
brogllo. It will bo olwerved that he
take iMie wl h the Kepublicaui commit
toe now viewing tlx; action of the rcturn-
J i:i bow! of lOi)Wana, and art that
.ne prT.-ucn; oi uie f2ni:e tia noi u.r
right to count the Tote for president aid
Tkf president that tbe bu:nci. of
coucUr.g neori!y devolve upon the
senate and houM of re prentatiYe In
Joint ?ion cnveneJ. 11 there should
be a diiMizree meat between the boue on
the i ut ol counting the votes ilr. ,
Catler believe ttwt rreskknt Grant
might hold on to the c3?e un;il the dif
ficulty was fte'.Ui-l. Upon the wb-l?.
"Old lien Butler" tiike the fVirc-t snd
plaine&t .'tatc-roest of the roe that aoy
other Rt publican M male. It he will!
only stick, he may have an opportutiity j
to np such rcvolutior.l-t at Morton and
Sb'jnuia over the knuckle.-.
O ir good frientU, Mr. Thoma K. A.
Iloleomb and Mr. ilartf.a A. Lyon Ilcl
ex)mb, of Cobdn, Ucio i county, hive
done a very creditable work in th inr. j
lation oi the rridihiot !sg of Lviiaj
ZegTMT, the great Sedi rxt. Ve
cannot frV i ait authority, tii;; -
acquaiated witb tie IaDgu?.' ot ti.eori?
naU but wc are sn;hnriz:-d to isy tht
tbe translator have rnlertJ tte pom
into esaliti.t EaglisU vcre. By the
pMifstwry ro by the tris'a:or
are inforiucd thit Zsmer' potm.
Fridthj.jr Siga. lai printed in
5e kn in many l-u--edition an 1 in al
most every f? K Irta ba trar,:!!
i l&:o warty all the incrkm firo a lan-
gyges. Moreover it h wtjj rra
dered into -Er.gilrh ty tig'jUtn i;2er
eiit tf:.r.ltori, and hw been twieere
prij'.td in Atuerka. Acd jet we
vector to add ano'.htr, ard preetit here
the tirt e-itflpk-t-.-- Awtricau tran!v
Fro:. H. It. Androa, a fcwtde, a gtn-
tleuan wbof learning mike bias a coro-
petnt jad.-e, sayi: -Oce feature of the
Hole-imb version U of fepedal Intertst,
every canto is rendered in the tame metre
as the Swetdisb origin", and the minire
rhymes are every here pre served. More
over the alteration in Canto XXI ot the
original is reproduced a tetk that most
ot the ErglUh traadators have tbrunk
troca In dkmay. In short the Holcotub
trac(!aUou U every way to excellent that
it cannot tail to be received with generous
fvor." Henry W. Longfel.'ow ays:
The legend of Fridthjof the Valunt, Is
the nobloet poetic contribution which
tjwedtn .has yet made to the literary his
tory of tbe world." Tho volume, It a
bauLf oroe one, and will teen sale at our
not Tiir.iR uiHat'i.irirTiO!
Certain citizens have been elected
electors who arc disqualified by constitu
tional provisions from being appointed
to that position. What effect does this
fact have ? Does It create a vacancy in
the electoral delegation of the state in
wnicn the un-quannea citizen waa
elected! Or does It give the position to
the person having the next greatest
number of votes for elector?
Tho supreme court of Oregou ha de
cided that a person holding a lcderal ap
pointment cannot be elected to the posi
tion of elector. Tho court has said:
"toe election or n elector h i.i-j ap
The supreme court of Indktia has de
cided, that where a mxlorltv of the tal
lota at an election were tor a pt rsou not
eligible to the oflleo ubcW tho constltu
lion, the ballot cast for uch Ineligible
person wero Ineffectual, and the person
receiving the greatest number ot legal
votes, though not a majority of the bal
lots, wa? duly ch cted and entitled to the
Tbe ntprtmo courts ot Iklawaro and
New Hampshire have made similar lc-
The ftipremc court c,f IVnnxylraula
lias held, on the othr hand, that where
a majority of votes are cast lor a riiMpi&l-
Ified p-rtoii, the next in vote Is not to be
returned as fleeted. In WUcoimln
Maine and Miourl we have the same
Congrew has also divided that the rule
as hild down by the Iudlana court, which
Is the old English rule, is not good In thi
country. iui was uone by thu acnatc
in the case ol Abbott, of North Caro
lina, and by the houne In the
case of Smith againt brown. In tbe
care of Abbott, tho claim was made
that he was entitled to the eat, because,
although he had received a minority c
tho vote, the iTon who had received
the majority was not qualiUud to U
e'ected to the United Htatcs senate. In
this case the broad doctrine was asserted
tbat in this country an election by the
minority ol the persons voting U not to
be tolerated undr any circumstance. In
the case ol hiulth against Drown, the
boua came to the same conclutloii.
From thU it i'd be soen tha
there It aeon flwt of the antnorltus on
the rjue.tion raised by the Inellgibill y o
the potn)u!tr electors. When h . ort
dlaagre wbo shall decldo ?
I New York HeiaUi.
Gonroor Tlldeo ketps eool. Up to the
prestat ht bat not turns a hair, but leaves
that perfonnaass to hit saddle bom and
th UH teats that draws hi T eatt,
f (President &tMl-i -"It
has been alleged that ftillog; was
Mil Reeled, trtsatbar hwaar iMraUtsot
attegetjMr eerUM or It It sty rarto er
lata that hW conipatitoti MOloetQT, jsras
cheecm TM tlertsra waa a frfytntte triad,
and thre are n reliable returr.s tf ls re
! HI I
An tloaeaa 0at(.
An honest couotmetoisiwp!) aw ttiunr
a'-uool tnevoUs that are ocrULti lu tltt
tut aner !a which the !tw retain, t tutu to he
eerUiled : t J If owt Democratic irictuli
!) hav gont to New Orleans cock at to
aay other tncaaieg, or lond thrir eiunte
nKt to at.y id eUailnt goir tehind
the 1 jcil cei iiflete, they m'Lt htt.r htc
sUved at bsrac. '
THE RETURNING BOARD OF SOUTH
In Disregard of a Mandamus
They Elect the Hayes
And All the
IRE RitlR-MO k'.'kXD.
CoLi-xaia. S. C, Nov. 2. Tho s.i-
pre me court to-day U-iKd 4 p-v-xptory
msadimus to the board of are caara."-
erj to U?ue certiioate to member ot the
cntwand hou ot repre-senUtivfs ap-
p-eanng on the ix ol tl e returns to be
e!ect.d, the final contests in the bou. to
be C?ddei by the mt-mbers themelve.
Thi gives in tbe senate 1' Republican?
ar. i 13 Ik mocra.. and in the hcas?C0
Kepublic-va and CI Imocra?i I.-m
eratic majority oa Joint b.U'.ot, one. The
legi-lature ojunts Ue vow for governor
and lieutenant governor ud elect? Uuired
Spates senator. The court ho dc(W to
consider otbr contents paratelr an I
wP.l liar ariiifuent this aftern'Vii! a f?
coTiLtit.g the elctorJ vot1?.
T."L "iTITV CA.VVAStHs.
C.LCM3ii, S. C, Nov. 22.The boid
ot ate canvasser yesterday made a re
port to the cupreme oour:, fating the
perKns who had rr'Ceivv.d the highest
number of vote for th oSe for which
they were caodi laU;-. App ndd to the
report ot the remits w a memorandum
of the board Utlngthat in their opinion
certain Irregularities which aflcted tome
of the Ilepublican candidates should
corrected, and also that tbe vote of Lau
rens and Edgfleld counties, bich gae
large Dcraocratii majorities, thorld b
xc!a Jed on account ol fraud and latimi-
THE COl'Ur't OKDKn.
This morning the conrt made an or
der, commanding the bard to i4ue ccr-
tltlcates of election to all tbe persons
wbo were ttiown by tlo report of the
board to have received the highest num
ber of votes lor members of tbe legisla
ture, Including the counties of Edgfleld
and Lauren. The court also to-day
took up the case of the electors and issued
a rule on the board to show cause why
tbey should not correct the statements of
county canvavr by the precinct re turns
in ttieir position.
fending these proceeding of the court,
however, the board held a eeion and Is
sued certificates to all the members ol the
legislature except for Lawrence and
Edgefield counties, thus securing a ma
jority of tbe legislature to the Republi
can side, and the dek-nt ot itampton and
election of Chamberlain.
IUYES AS l) WHLtLtk.
Tho board olso iaued certificates of
election to the Hayee and Wheeler elec
tors and all tho Kcpubliean state ticket.
Tho board then adjouned die.
ORKAT I XC1TKMKXT.
This action of the board has muted
much excitement, but the citizens are de
termined to rely upon the courts and ex
haust all legal means ol redress
Gen. Hampton has issued the follow
Ing address :
ADDHESS y WArE HAMITOV.
Columbia. S. C, Nov. 22. l7rt.
To the P-opl or South Carolina:
The board of canvaf sers ha e by their
unprecedented action lo-day bhowu, not
only their contempt and dertanou f the
supreme court ot the Hate, but their ut
Ur disregard of their own offlcial Integ
rlty. While the grave (juci-tlon determin
ing the result ol the recent election were
pending before the supreme court com
posed of three judges belonging to the
Republican party, and in direct violation
ol the orders of this tribunal, the board
have Usued certificates of election to the
Republican presidential electors and to
the Republican ttatet officers, and have
Mused to give certificates to the Demo
cratic members of tho legislature, shown
by tbe returns of the same board to have
been elected In the conntks ol Edgefield
TBI! UrOll-lUNDl D OITRAGK
I well calculated to arouse the Indica
tion of our long-uflerlng people, but J
asure them that this daring and revolu
tionary act of the board can Have no le
gal force whatever. I appeal to you,
therefore, In the fulkt confidence mat
the appeal will uot be unheeded, that you
will maintain t ven under that provoca
tion your character aa an orderly and
law abiding peaplo. Dinlug tbe paat ex
citing canvass you bare studiously
avoided even the semblance ot a purpose
to disturb tho public poace, or tranrgrea
tbe law. Your causo (and It Uj the cause
of Unconstitutional government of the
country) has been tarried to tho highest
court ol the state, and we are willing to
abide by lu decision, foaling atturad
that thU tribunal will tee that the lava
thall be enforced and Juitloa aecoxtd.
IJow.tta Rascaliof ieuldjanaire
Workloj. . .
4 o"'4 r. .
!. IvsiSMkull a Weim Sta
a Kit a krvi irt r. . 5 .
;riJ k 1'- m. iuii Ri-iA;iimb )
NuwOaLtAXs. Nov. 22.-Tho return
ing board reverted their dttb-iou litis
morning to admit Jiv presidential eUc
tor on the Democratic ticket to be prc
ei.t at the openinrr and canvairg of
returns by the boarJ, and expelled (ov.
Wkhlitfe, one of the.e elevters.
Tlielr farmer ruling would adtbit nil
candidates w hen tbj protests wcro bek'g
eon'kkfTd, and m eing their error thy
alter consultation ih lederal tftl.Ia's
iivl candidate;, reversed the decision.
John 8tiermau tf ihio stated at r.non
that thi was an Improper courso, f nt
they paid no attention to LU lematk,
being bent only en tbe aeeomplkhtuftit
j ol the one object, the election cf Hare
The representative if all ti.e k jliig
oorilHrn jcurnabj cxiiuvlod fr?iu the
meeting f o f.-.r wili now make a fcrni&l
rrjur; to be p-vs--)t at tv cnuvjijr.g
j of tbe vet, bat "xpec: only a rvfut.
ma CRotiKTPNrn srxiy.
Tlv action of the ntvrnlr.g loard in
tievtin2 Wicluffe conoluve e,iJen.e
1 tbat they have com" to the piint uon in
! tlx-ir labors wber- th Tr ervkc-dnes
j S) fr their revision cf the iist-i of pr-
UhcJ his r.ot changed tl rwult ol the
vO to any extent, and in a majority of
ears their returns and the Doraoera'ic
committee's dupl:ca!- agree exactly,
which k-aves no room for a doubt that
the latter duplicate are correct in every
Instance. That the board by their de
cision to-day, txchiuitg Witkliffe, mean
to do the aanipvlatton w ith tb return
there can !e but little doubt.
THK COMMHTEZ OF N3ETUERN liuVII.1.
Have but little knowkdi." of the maouer
of the compilation of return, and not be
ing directly Irf-rc'trd, ll.igrar.t frauds
might bo e.ornmi:tfcd btf ire their eye
ard yet esci detection.
HOW TUT. RFTTRNS ARC Or.ED.
The board, in tbe first place, have the
I returns carried from tbe tranrerV vault
to the room In the rear of th nate
chamber, ooenpled by Antolni and the
senate secretary, tlese being guarded by
a squad of police, be!ide bing barrel.
preventing Ingres, and from thrc the
returns are carried Into the senate charn
ber, where the farc-e ot opening by break
ing the seals, etc., is gone through a ith,
these who plaod the seals on the pack
ages being of course excluded. In some
Cies the package have not been K-aled
at alias the Urv provides, making it only
necessary to unwrap the cord which
binds them to get Into them lor the pur
pose of changing the results, w hich their
henchmen do not deny that thy w ill flo
and In that W3r eradicate the Democratic
aiGSIJICAST KM I JAI..
To carry th3 end tbey reuse perrit
ently to permit the Democratic ktate com
mittee to examine any returns, until thy
have tven canvassed, thus prevcjting
them from rebutting any statements or
affldavita made under instructions by
their enpervi-ori and election official,
and to state the case plainly, they have
heretofore, and Intend still, to report to
every known mean In their power,
whether right or wrong, to tkei Hayes
A FATAL MI'TAKK.
The lowf t estimate of the votes lost to
the Republican electoral ticket by the
omission of names In a senatorial district
is 3,noo. Even should the return
ing board commit thu outrage ol
throwing out the general Democratic
majority and substituting for it, as was
Intended, a bare Republican majority,
they would find It difficult to advance
any plausible excuse to overcome the
figures growing out of this mistake, and
declaring those elected with their com
Inasmuch, however, ar It is not surely
1,16 V'mt bnt tl)e avowed intention of
returning eight electors for Hayes from
thUstate.lt is expected that this dadvan
tage will be quietly overcome on much
the same principle as that by which the
other three will bo declared elected.
HOW IT Win DISCOVERED.
In prcenting the returns from the
parish of tafourche to-day the clerk read
the f'ackard consolidated vote so as to
Include the electoral vote at each poll,
which would have given the eight elec
toral vote to Hayes. Judge Trumbull
saw the trick and suggested that the to
tal vote ot eacih poll bo read.
The board ilid i.t ,k this,
but. the five northern Republicans
were before them and they hardly dare
refuse flatly to adopt the suggestion, ft
was done finally, and it was then discov
ered that but one poll In the parish enst
any Republican electoral votes, anl at
that 86 votes only were cat for time ol
the eight electors, the remaining Ihe re
ceiving no votes ut all.
! f.vr.xrjicitu LxroM..
Thii unexpected expose, iprnng by the
burp IlllnoiMan, though the celon win
ret, fell like a thunder clap m th
member of tho board, and without
making any excuse, but ahamcd at hav-
ng oecn -caught at their fraud, they
ordered the returns laid to one iidc to be
taken up again.
Hi of r"r dj. w4j.
Ib,.1U0 1 ?. 'un t hfiasthmi'i.
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o?0J,0 P.yDs w f!
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Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South and
West of Cairo. , r
WirtrtAP. Man Itorf-r?, Cf the Count of
Alexii'lrrii't Mnteof Illinois, byhir tcitain
truat deeii, or tU ffiorjCK'. llul x-nill c-kriowlf-lcl
brid OrliTrrxi, Urarior lst ihe IrtH
(lllV Of Auliat. A. ll . tutti. Lrtl ri... a. 1.1 in
K-rord.T' uriirc of Alrmmltr muniv. in I
Ktatof lllinoiH, ! bof.k Z ol (uie morifrjf i
pe3i, rt.U (XiiTey untu rtf mt CrtviiKy
IninK-, nil t.ie .uliowii.g (U :.ibl r(atra,
mia'Kl in thf county of .Virxunltr i,. feuic of
Illicion to wit: Tne tuihwwt fractional lurt
nf Mrctlon tw-ny-9e (aj), townahip Teuto n
(l) ran g two U) wect i ailao the auutlKbrt Ime
ti'iliil j.ml of ..:llou iw-nty-ai , In t(in
ehip M-vmern (1?). in ranjie iwo (;') et, to se
cure the nymnt ofa uromlMorr notr for the
kum 'if'jDt buoilraxt a l tny-i(rtit dollar, rx-tt-uttJ
by tht mi.t Mam lUtbcru anil jwyahle to
Ineur-irro! ibu sail Orumu 4.retiilrv j anl
whwa. it i provHd in and l.y i'i tuiot
bwi. mat in raMinf default la (lit payment cl
lti aai'l ptomiaMry not, or any .art tliciof .
a'ui4iii the tenor ami tflwt c si i.ot,
tDtrn, on application of tl. lcal hr.plrr of tul(J
mt. it hou 1 and rniht I lawful for the uo
dUTlK ,ed UrwrrutH Orwnlfy to aril atut diatOk
cf ihcaaidprerui-fa.ftniiall tt,e light, title, irn
U. al efjuit or rf-innptK.n ,,f .vj,,
Itotxrtt, or btr heir and anelfnc tlierem. at pub
lic a.tction. at tne wokt door of the ..urt houar,
in Ihe cifyol alio, la the county of Alexandet
aud .Mat of Illinois, for the huVht and bat
price the name will brinx la each afitr having
aivrtiwd anrh aa'e thirty dy la any newtrw
Imf at that time puUihlini In th aid city of
Cairo end to make, extcuu, and delir to the
purrhiiMrror piircbiaeraat euoh aaJe. go-d and
bulU':iunt )' or dMit of conveyance fur tije
premirsee wild, and out ol the proci.-eila ofnrh
ale to pay all coi-ta aud exiiie. iiicurred in ud
VerlifclnK nl Belliutf said prenurea. lu ludln
atUimev'a rcee, aKa the pnu iil and iniere-t
on ni'd n'.te ; and. vrherr-.u, d' t-iult bus heen
made in Ihe paymeot of the taid note, principal
and inu'irat ; bow, thcreiuje, public notioe 1
hereby fivir, that in p.r-uance of aald aa!e
inur'ac, and 1 y virtue of the pmer and ai
tiiority to m granted in and hy the name, and
bT virtue of the atatntc of the atato, I. the undtr
fl?nH. will on J-riday, the Klh day 01 Nov , A.
I , at 2 o'clock, p m., at Wert door of the
court lfn. , in the city of Cairo, m il and al-pos
'n preiuiaea aoovc ana In eaia trufci nrt
rar'd J described, ond all Inert rut, title, bill'
nr"i w uecriDea. ana all tne rt rut, title, tit-Dent
ae4 equity of rcdvniptiou t.f aid Maria
Hoherta, her heira or a-itfni thi rein, at J.ubiie
aurtinn, for the hiKheet and beat price thvfaiiic
nnr thi ait.
win onns m caan.
. .v OBStUASCnKKXilT.MorUMKte.
li.NEO AU LANSHtS. Atl'vlor Morlvii
tet 17. i7ri -r-Ki "
73 OHIO IXVEt
City Vfttioaal Bull tuilding, np-iUiri.
Ol4t EjUbUahed aVsey la tTMati;
n (1 Up ota, rpiofitlAc
165 OOO 000
Beat Light Known !
i,wer as fallow :
eil i very small, which raikts the con
explosions which happen to frequent!.
from an average of one year, on od of tat
per n-bt for two li'ht per etr.
how to Test
For Eiaoatei of tbe
lliroat and Lunc.
a'.ich aa Couitia,
Aathma, av&d Coo
Tlio reputritinii it has attained, In
couioquence of tlio marvellous curea it
ha produced during the l&rtt half cen
tury, is a sufliclent RkPiirance to tho
jmblle that it will continue to reolizo
the happiest results that can he desired.
In almost every section of country
there are pereon, publicly known, w ho
havo been restored from alarmina and
even desperate diseases of the luns.
by Its use. All who have tried It ac
knowledge it superiority s and where
Its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what inediciuc to employ to re
lieve Uie distress and buffering peculiar
to pulmonary affection. Chekky 1ec
TOhal always afford liihtant relief, and
perfomi.s rapid careu of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well a
the more formidable di-stases of the
At a safeguard to children, amid
the cluHresbiii diseases which beset
the Throat and Chest of Childhood, it
Is Invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes arc rescued and restored to
health. . c... , , ...
Thi - medicine f?aln. friends at
every trial, as the cures itU constantly
producing are too remarkable to bo
forgotten. No family should be with
out it, and those who have ouce used
it never will.
Eminent Physicians throughout the
country . prescribe It, and Clergymen
often recommend it from their kuowl
edge ofitt effects.
Or. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Freeileel am4 Analytical Chamlat.
OLB T ALL PEC001STS SVIrWBUS.
S1,S00 PAOFIT GH (1,00
Made nr day In tU i4 C": tnvett aceordlac
toyowrmaant. $10, a, Mot H, la STOCK TRI V
11XOC3, hat brought a tm.l fort"r. t th ca
lavottor.i W c!v(ii ' rfMAtt
SAftLT. Dok with full ir.trr. :- ' 'r
Addneaardcn ty oIInl tc'-'
' VAXthn 'ti 60.; '
Saakers asd Hrker V Valii.,.f
I IE - f
(Or if placi la list, otm)
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1879
ttVEHY 8TOTI IS
VrtwTrt't or ,u
I: hWy fM i Mil
v orn sett izz -'
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 tnd 40
Are a Marreloui Ciobiiiatiii f
n l all tl. Kr.lUl PoitU tbat o to Make np
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
' terr OSTcrra the satfe.
Made Only by Ike
Excelsior Manufacturing o
rs. n. eta ana tu jr. UaJa r..
Kt. .IB,' Mm.
O. W. HENDERSON,
' CAISO, ntt.' - - -
f .lQt OIt DEALKKA.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
W V.UJe n Retell, IVeaWra la
U I.i:i OF A 1.1 KIITDt,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MftMn. "MTTH Jt CO. hare -oaatajidT
a larr itock ol Vht but (ood in Uar Bar.
aet, anl file awpwiaj atteotioa to I be talaaaUa
unci ui uie imaineea.
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order for Coal by th car-load
t,on, or in hogabeads, for ahipment
aromptlv attended to.
ttaTTo large ooniumera and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
x supply any quantity, by tb
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAUtO CITT tUAt COM? AST.
rfHn11May Bro.'i. iffloe, No. TO Ohio Late.
UUajriday Krc 'a . barf boe.1 .
F?-At Kirnulan Mllla, or
ti-At Xu Coal Uuiuji. footaf Taix7-iliiU
frJ-Prnt Offifsa Drawer. m.
Dealer in Fresh Meat8
Between WasMnrtoa tad Comnrcls
nues, a4joUast Bavsny'a.
KEBP8 tor tale tbe beet Beef, Park, Mutto
Vwtl, Lamb, ku-ge, Ao.. anil la prs
r.a. f fe rmlli in ao amwta'il m
STE ATT0N & BIRD,
AOEJTTS AKKBIOAIV "rOWS CO
67 Ohio !.
O. D WILLIAMSON.
Ant Dealer la
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SPECIAL SttAttM fleea tflfUBStltt SaVl