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! bYBUSS. OBlSlWf. Editor -
tiik nriiiri r.mi m.inwr.xT
I am anxious to go out ot the new? n per
waji pjirt'tij; LuiiHH u(6 another b'tfi
nes,and Nurture off, llu'-aln Hu i e
riy Printing ltabliMunont tivibim ry,
tfptt, i'uiWinf I, ainl :fll i iti th
iiwvtynpwr and JM) offl.-r ror :ilf nj n
the Mairat. kind of . Unm. ..Tii'l news
pnprf and Job printing rstatjJj-lini'T.t is
tbtVfrt'pointrd cm- in SontV.ct Illi
nois, and is a roonr-j-h'iaUtiS" W-4li.
Af nnn tt lin tvKlien til "lirIi:rt" ill tilt!
business will lin.i tliUl9 bJtin VxcH?
Inquire at the DCLttrtJi VyH vt'ol Mr
John J!. w ui.v
.toflx II. OnriiLV K in tverv i-Mie of
bis paprr. thf Cairo Hi t.u i in. t:ilkinff
peace to his lMnooratin rvitilfr-'. Hut nt
the Mine timi' lie is tiniilatinr tin-.''-p)v
for war by uri'ii that TiMi-b I
Hooted, but that II m- will li coutitp.l
In." OIrlj-'s peaiv iiriiole arc only
calculated to induce an insurrection. W-
have no tears of war. Ilaye is a m:in of
too much honor to step in unW-uhe Inn
been fleeted. Arid if J'iMeti Ims Impu
elected the llepubliciin party arc tt pa
triotic fihev love their country) to njuke
a fuss about it. There U nobody talking
about war but a few 1m'1m ol whatever
partt." Of course we will have peace.
Grant naid so. AIJ j:n. mull say so.
Anil It Is pn. M'irni'jro lra-IlllKii'
In the llrst place it Is the editor of tlii
paper, whom? name will be found at the
head of these cohitn:-, w ho is, in every
issue of the Bulletin, talking peace to
his .1 Democrat ic redder. Mr. J.
II. 'Oberly npjTovef?. , the utter
ances of the r.rtt.vrttW the lection
difficulty, hut the Krn-IKinr.Uinn tnrit
understand that "C. S." and not ",J. II."
is the Bt'i Lrtiv.
In the next place, the Kra-lllinoixinn i
foolish when it says wp are timul;itiri
the peopUi ,t in'Omcthnr by claloiintf
the election of Ti Men. It i a fact that
no honest Rppnblienn M deny, that
Jlr. TiMcn las received a jMir,ninr
majority'' of " neatly if no quite,
300.0CSX votes, and., tint. , in I.o itj ma
andtforida. lr !ia a inherit y ot thtTct
actually cast. The IlepuMicin leaders
do not dny UiK but clsim that his ma
jority mtit be thrown out bcauc Ke
palilscan were ihtimi irit,i nt.d not per
mittel to vote ! TLU throwing out is to
be done by mea who have tecn guilty of
many ditboneil act- L-j4ufore hy n.n
who have";bern deticanvJ as
by a Eepcbiiean ofmrrt- by Login,
Fofttrj Vte-kr. Uo&r, and other. V by
tben should we not eomplaic i and w hy,
in the name oi all that ii fair, doc Dot the
Ka-IUinUui rai-e its voice In dennnci
aiions of the men of iu own party, who
are now, as eTcryboJy knows dishonest
iycouD'iiij' TUdcri out and IIayein
But why aslc this qnci'.ion? Tlie Era
Illinoitiax is one of those papers that
sneeze whenever it partv takes tnuff. It
ban no opinion, of its ova that it has tin
courage or the honesty to utter.
the Anmtrss from rtoiuui.
That maite.to of C"publicans in Flor
ida ujddreM4f ta Sccrotary' lliandlcr Is
the broajei joke of . the puhtUitl ocason.
These genUcmeu say that they hare
been frequently asked to give the fiyurcs
of the electoral vote t " the "state as
claimed - by the Republicans." They
have declined to do to, for the reason
that "oilc!al.ratarua have, been '.'.vecnived
from only thirty-two conntlcs out of the
thirty-nine, and until all are in. we (they)
are unwilling, and think it unwise, to give
our understanding of the figures, be
cause of the possibility of the figures Iu
the Democratic countlci still behind be
ing sufficiently chanped to alter the ' tc
sult," Tuey "fuel ; eutlrely justified in
refusing to give any Information whk h
shall, even in the reniotcsf degree, render t
fratid possible or desirable.',' And yet a
little further ou they say that "the Dem
ocratic assertion that fraud f$ Vontet
plated by the Ucpabliuuu members of the
ttato boanl of fciirmssers or the gover
nor ,, arc wanton and
ma le with no fair! honest purpose, and
they thotildhavoiio weight w ith just and
reasonable men.' ...
In other wordi,: lirst, thpy withhold
the returns from thirty.twoout of thirty
nirio counlua, aiid by keeping them
crct, subject themselves to the plain and
inevitable suspicion of . inttimiors to com
mit wholesale fraud . aeoBdly, th-,-muke
the khanietul cJ.rf(; nairv-t the en
tire Democrat!! prrrtT of Ftorl la, Includ
ing its camlilatos lor oftVe, svhoj.re ait
honorable men, that tin y waul this frlir
ination hi order to help their fraudulent
operations with the vote yet unrt ported ;
third, they meet the charge of intended
fraud made against thtm by the Demo
crats, which their own suppression of re
turns has excited, by saying, iu ugraudil-u-iueut
way", 'that It "is "wanton, and
made with no fair and . honest purpose I"
Indeed ! Which party is most open to a
charge of fraud ; tin? party which adiuiU
that it Is suppressing all returns from
thirty-two out ot thirty-nine counties, or
a party wltklt Is supprfdng none at allt
Which charge of fraud seems most wau
t .ii that inada aguint a party which is
merely trying to find out all the
returns trom the whole state,
or that party which acknowledges, that a
fortuigbt alter tle ilectlou it j,cointoal-
ing, and proposes, to go on couceuling
the returns trom three-fourths ot the
smier vmcu U lt mot "wantou"
charge of fraua that made on a stroug
presumption of iuUnt to IWruJ, or that
made oh no basis at all ? Thl, addres Is
the most impudent, andttt the same time,
the least skillful Juauiroto of the cam
It Is a good sign, however, for Demo
cratic success, that the It publicum are
yell tog "fraud"' so loudly iu Florida." It
probably tutans that even these men see
now that the state has gone against
them. Their suppression of Hid returns
deprive them of all Stan ling Ulore Hie
people, for iteh a confession could only
be made bysuai who had commiucd
Irau.l, or were about to commit it. It 1
enough to excite MiM'l.'lon ol the strong
est kind, and enough in itelf to warnflo
the DomocraU in teking every lawfjl
measure to seo that they nre not eaJWp
out of the electoral vote of thebtaTe.
I leiid i cats r.tur votes for S iinuel J.
m. Mdioi.tsi ion iri r.MRi.it.
1 the Chrltm:i luiinber this jear, and
it iiiu.b larger thau usual. Il contain
nearly ot.e hundred pages, and more than
Tin CryulVpfcHje, callb 'ili HrttOt
rinlor'U a Mipcrti VngVaVing. reprc
sonliiiif soine pxriuil'iiei hit. of winter
.seem ry and lile. It is oup of Thuiii s
Moran's lluct drawings.
William Cullen Bryant contributes ( an
article entitled "The. Boys of My Boy
hood,' and describing the amusements,
studies sports, occupations and social
I'lc of the young people of hi early
year. This paper forms a remarkable
featTire in magazine literature.
Professor llkhard A. 1'roctor, the
eminent astronomer, is represented by
an article' entitled "A dock in the Sky
at Night."' ami giviuir clear and simpl"
directions fr telling the time by llic po
sition of certain star..
J. T. Trowbridge, the srreat favorite
of American boys, beina iu thi uuiubcr
his new serial, "His Own iMa-ter.' The
first installment contains rome ci cd
ingly interesting scenes.
l.ttcy Kareoni is the aullior of the flue
opening article entitled "Tocm. and
Carols of Winter." It is iUrtratrd by
several excellent cuts, and it gives its
young readers many admirable and sea
sonable selections " from "well known
The Christinas clement is made very
prominent. Kd ward lf'ggIetoa contrib
ute a fine t'liri-lmas Fairy show, and
there are several splendid Chri-tmas
stories in tlie tiuiubi.r by Suan Coolidge,
I.uuretia V. Uale.ReliecPa Harding Dark,
Olive Thome and others. .
Still unotJier striking feature i the de
scription of the great stables of one of
the prominent lines of New York street
cars. The article i entitled "The Horse
Hotel," and describe the building, the
ro3insand aUendaut. the management
of the horse-,thcarranenionUlor feeding
vol caring for them, and tlie various
mettio.ls anvl ineano employed in the
hiig et-.iWihniont. It illustration are
from sketches taken on thi spot.
Tlie number's pictorial display also ln-clu'3-s"
beantltul pictures by AIis HJ
lock sr-I'Add!e Leilyard. some fnuny il
lustrations by Church,' and some vury
curioas drawlags by a Ninese artist.
Besides tba Christms joems. Hie
uiuober contains a pretty poe-n by CcJla
Thaxter.and a ltTdy and amusing cue by
Mri?. Dode. ,
It is impossible to even touch npon all
the merits, of this brilliant number, but
those we have mentioned will show that
its W-t of features and contributors is cer
tain !y a remarkable odp. '
. In LIppincott's Magazine for December
the Centennial articles ire brought to a
close with an account ot the "Detached
Exhibits" and a iruinruary f( the general
results. It is will illustrated, and the
teries in its completed form constitute a
pictorial aiul admirably written record of
thO Exhibition, which cannot fail to have
a permanent value. It is Hfipplemerited
by a paper on "Ceramic Art at the Exhi
bition," by a writer who lias made thi
subject a specialty, and who supplies in
formation and criticism of a kind that
many thousands of readers will be glad
to obtain, in connection with ling engrav
ings iu which some of the choioe
specimens are reproduced. Another
il Inst ratal article is the conclusion
Kllis Varneli'i plta-aut . ficcouH
his rambles' Itr 44 Word worth's Coun-
try," and intereo'ire ith tUr poetu
f.irnily atul friends. JiUdyBailorJ ihwo
,,lt4 , H from South Africa' are draw
Ing to a close, writes In her usual enter
taining manner; and there are souhj
minor pawers of iutcre.t, including an
expose ot a spiritualistic medium, the
truth of which is vouched for. Fre.h in
stallments of "The. Marquis of Lobhic"
and "Love in Idleuo,'' and a story Df
rar'thne, by Itebceca Harding Davis
make up the fiction of the number. The
poetns are few and thort, but good. Tim
"Monthly Oosip"' embraces a variety of
snbjeets, treated iu a condensed and
graphic manner. The present number
conclude i hij eighteenth volume and
ninth year of this magazine. The pub-15-hets
promise strong attractions for the
'nsrinuiv utost kfpi Hi.irt.
StOI IU I..
1. . ftelfield, the .Soulluru corrc
p.mdent tit tho Cincinnati Vvmmrrelat,
has lit I J that poMtion lor yean; and Is
thoroughly familiar with the coudltion iA
(he Southern people. His paiM-rsuppnit-
e J Hayes, and the vv hole tcuor of his tor-
repoiidene during the campaign w as In
Gov. Hayes1 interest, but he has the rep-
utaliou of being a fair-minded wan, and
dot s not hesitate to tell the trnth when It
makes against his party. And this i
what he writes about the so-called 'bull
dozed'' parL-hcs: '
Inve-tigatiou convinces iue that the
large Democratic gains in the five Ois-
iuua pariaUcs wtr.uot aU by reaioa of
uiunuatiou. 1 liaU a conversation with
Cant. Baseom of the recular armv sta-
noneu an me year in vt tst i cliclaua ana
in command there, v.t tv tke tUctiun
m that jmrUi imi oj fret ami fair pt
tier iHlncii (. Ht Uvl it tk,, arLAon
It thruicn vi't, e mi n't ii in the I'uiteU
can. i lie lemo ruts carried it by
8JU majority. Hy juiuitg ycA lt,b$ 4
arffimuMt aiul oii,'A Say,' Hit xchtttt
won tht bUtcht by liwliwtt ami per sua t ion
td uot t, wve, , t lit,, Uweofu i ail
Ohio inaiu ; - ' .. - ' , m
The Klko IndeHmUnt of Novem
ber twelve, : rSam,v tvia,
a celestial nabob,' lorinei ly- f tjw
plaue, passed through hero yesterday
with a hatch, of t-ighty.jivu ClUiws)
with which -t plant a colony hi Cbl
cao. lie says ho has an tveij bun
Irtd more on their way there,
Fervent boyea aia iiiduljeJ Uiat tlM-y
may become so enamoured ol Uiut tli
uiute ai to relieve these shore? ol tlalx
surplus prevfice. i. . 7. j
v v 3 11 a .
1 , IT ' ft - n ' Pf"
Hayes roor PristX-i
The Frauds of the Louisiana. Be
turning Board So Gross as to
. Leave Him No Other, t i
Grant, "ijV 'the. Meaotim, -Sends
Continues His War Upon
t'rtrrTAtT Xov.; A spi cUt to "the
F.fijui.-er from Columbus says ItiSjre
ported til It fiatoT ShtV mnn sent tcAlay
a telegram from New Orleans to (Jo'V
nor Hayes advising him to withdraw
from the contest for president on account
ot the attempted frauds in Hip returning
board ot Louisiana, ami that Hayes has
concluded to do so anil dKpatehid (Jen
eral .Mitchell as n messenger to Wash
ington to announce the fact of his resig
nation to the Republican national com
mittee, -The special adds : They admit
nothing, but it is confidently believed
that the report is based on a solid foun
dation. uRi r isscr.s axotiii'M I'ssk.
WASnixGTXV, D. C, Nov. 20. The
following was sent from this city to
night : '
Washington, D. C, Nov. 20, lTC.
Ocn. Thus. A. Rurer ort'ol. II. M. IMack, fo
luiubiu, S. C. : . .
The following has been teeeivcil from
the president : , .
Kxixtti vk Manmov. Nov. 20, 170.
lla. J. Camirron, becrvlary of Wuri
Sin : 1. II. Chaiukerluin is now gov
ernor of the State of South Carolina be
yond any controversy and remains so
until the new governor shall be dully
and legally inaugurated. Under thecoti
stitutiun the government has been called
upon to aid with the military and naval
forces of the United States to maintain
I'epublicau government ' in the stale
against resistance too lormidablc to be
overcome by the state authorities. You
are directed", therefore, to sustain Oov.
Chamberlain in his authority against
domestic ' violence until otherwise di
rected. (Signed) U.S. Grant.
In obeying these instructions you will
advise with the governor and dispose
your troops in siu h manner as may be i
deemed best iu order to carry out the
spirit ot the above order ot the president.
(Signed; .1. D. Camkrov.
' i i. AT'arj of 1VJr.
. SJoiMh CroII-M.- J j
is in.n:xsr.'or ihe keti rm-n boarp.
' Nkw York. N'ov. 20. A Columbia dis
patch states that Secretary ol stale
Hayne claims that the board of canvass
ers has not disobeyed any order of the
court ; that they complied with the only
order received by them, which was to
"make a return ot the number of votes
received by all the candi Jates at an elec
tion lielJ on the 7th inst.." and when the
next order was served to "issue certifi
cates to member? of the legislature ascer
tained to have received the highest num
ber of votes,"' the board had been fatietu
ofeio seven hours. They, maintain that
tlie law was on their shie, and they were
determined not to recede from their posi
tion, or as one oi them said : ."We won't
purge w ortli a cent.' ' '
, A Washington dispatch states that one
of the legal positions to be taken by the
government will be that the bo trd of can
vassers orsoutli rrolinaare in their dis
charge of duty rjuau federal oflicials, so
tar as relatesjo their functions iu. pawing
upon votes tor federal oflicers, iu which
category the preufdonlia! eseetoivwlll be
'SlriW.O.MflS: Ho tol,
stopd that efforts will be made, to hare
Judge ISoud, the l uited States judge, re
lea.se the board of canvassers' on a writ of
hhe corpus. They are, however, still
in jail aud .uo aUoiryd Uh ir.teter
lutntloned has itt beWtaCen.
1IIK UOIIIIH 1. f.LKru., ,. , i
tSA l'KA-CIfO, NOV.' 20. A Chronicle
gltfc'ial from rortland, Oregon, says that
the intimate friends of Governor Grover
assert tlmt rfc will not h;e W'Alt . a, cer
tificate of ilectioii.Komi: conservative
I'emocrats and Kepublicans generally
tay that the governor lacks the backbone
to refuse the certificate. Cronjii, the
Ieinocrnti? 'elector, who' received tlie
highest vote, stated recently that he
would not aeot-pl the jwnfi4itr If
Watts was thrown out. Nc'hjng can tie
assuredly stated till the count is made.
1HK iOVrUVOhfS fkOIUUI.K aciTo.n
?!. Fh a nci -u, Nov., 2'5. A press
dispatdi iront IVirtlaml says 'lint (lover
nor Grovcx U repot tsnl U haves-enkl (bat
he proposes to issue a certificate of elec
tion to Watts, unless restrained by the
courts. It i generally believed ha vill
not refuse it except ou an injunction.
H iaerllisucst ua .
Hl.il 11 l.M WASHIMilO'S TKHHITOKV.
"a Fhascisco, Nov.; 20. Washing
ton territory gives Jacobs," Itcpubllcan
dVlcgale to congress, at least three hun
dred majority. Tho territorial council
Stands six Kepublicans to three lkuio
crats ; Uic lower house, eighteen llipiib
llcaus to twelve Democrats. - '
ISCXSKTCOX I.OnlilN'O IMO iflAT OHtl,O.N
l0r,lA-l tl4llU'. , r"
i W ASIIINTTOV .' Nov.. '. Sllll-il I'll
- .- .j - -. - -S ' -'.WW
Is here with a viow to a thorough Inves
jiivn of the doubt involved iu the
engibfllty of the Oregon pobt
niastcr, who was voted for ou
the KepHbllcan electoral ticket.
Mr. Cox has been busily eftgirgXHlT'tnalt'-'
iiii; examinations ot the autlioritiea aud
ftttije records iu tlis I'ost-ofHoe depart
nlent. He came here in compliance with
the personal request ot ' Mr, IdgwUt, to'
ioot trp the data connected with the ease,
Mr. Cox sJgnltlej that Lis intention is to
make a full iaainhiatlon of aU the facts
from all gal aud coustituUoual standpoint,
and that he has been very . busily occu
pita with thr iuatter alas tU arrival;' It
I jJcrstood (hat this w jJt-tV one l the
tlrHmotig the Js-a fcBrjKth
Vtioiof rcprrseni liki wilUJnvoll fitM
ns. .ir. coTsmys tnnl Jis'tosT-.
maitef general has been Very attentive
and oHigiui'laJln.4uX''riiilt mhats
ever information was required, nud ldat
f the fosculcti' lie' lias 1ccii able to make
will be sunicieiit to snpplv the malerial
requU-d by cngVcsor 'is cojisaieratfcii'
OI I lie eienipi ai von-n i i'i uini i-iuu j
aiTcclintr the decision of the Electoral
C'oltsge In the mutter of the'presi'dchcyi
xoTiiixa hiom kiiohida.
Lakk.Cmy IVov. J.- Tclegrnph lines
lietween : this place aud Tallahasse tn-e
prostmlcd and will not be In worklDg
order to-night. ' 1 . , .
E. P. Knnk'I'S Bltlcr Whi- or ' lrM
has never leen known to fall in tlie cur of
weakness, sttcndml wiih symptoms ; tn dis
position to exertion, loss of nierhory, Ut tU
cultv of brcathinir, gf'Drral weakness, horror
of Uisae weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful hoi ror of death, uight sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal latitude ot the muscular nystcin.
cnormons appetite with dysprptic symp
toms, hot hands, tlushinif ol the 1-oJy, dry.
nst of the skin, pallid eonntenarei) and
eruptions nn tlie face, purifying the blood,
pain in the back, heaviness ol the eyelids,
fremient bl'aek spot Hying before tb eyes
wttli tsmjtorsry siitllsion and lo cf sight,
want ot attention, tr, 'I'hese symptoms
all arise from a waknns, and to remedy
tli at, use K. K. Kunkel's Hitter Wine of
Irou. It novur lails. Thousands are now
enjoying heallU who have used it. Take
only K. F. Kuiikel's.
Hew are ol' counterfeits anil base liuila
tioriK. , As Kunkel's bitter Wino of iron Is
so Woll klio.vn all over the ouuliy, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell It oil to their customers, when tlmy
call for Kunkel's Hitter Wine of Iron, .
Kuukel's Hitter Wine of Iron is put up
only iu 1 bottles, and has yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outsidn with the pro
prietor's photograph on tho wrpr of
etieh botde. Altvavs look for the photo
irraph on Mie out'lile, and you Will always
be Kura to gSt tlie genuine. ' One dollar per
bottle, or ata for ft. sold by druggists and
dealers eiervwhern '
Alh WOltM.S UKMuVKD ALIVE.
E. F." Kunkers Worm JSyrup never fails
to ilejroy Pin Seat aud Moiuneh Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only. suucesful physician
who removes Tape Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common scus tsacties that 11 Tape Worm
be ieii,pvd, all oilier worms eau be readily
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Jiuu
kol.No. 2f0 North Ninth street, i'hiladel
pbia, Pa.. r call on your druggist and a? k
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worai Synip.
Price. l.OO.i ItT.yer tail.
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INSlS ANOE. "
3 AFFORD, MORRIS ,
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73 OHIO LEVEE.
City Vational Baak Buiidiag, vp-stairs.
?ba 01dBtF..tbllaLKlAfeJU.y la Soutt:
era Jlllaoia, repreaentina ovir . ,
OEV H. MtnjLET,
Attorney at Xair
. . iCAJRO. ItXDiOIS).
QJJK;a i AttMienre on Mirth fltr, Vfwte
Wmhinaloo avHtue an4 Wnlnut Shsi 1
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?&KS.$S?CS TO SUIT TBS 11X12
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Room andl Board, 1st and 2d
Floors; $2,50 per Day.
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Roy in atut Board. 3d Plaor 99 OO Per Day
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SpaoUI Rata Tky Week r Month.
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A liuiiU- l niihilier'of Vrty' iVslra.lK lnutily
rtMiruit cua be swnit-d ul niimAv filrs lrrttic
' 1'ne M t.lim ! lit the lark''tsU'l, U - aiHiint
el Houae In huutberu Illinois, arid in tlie h ailiua
kolil iu lairu. NatwtlhataadinK the HU
llix k" r-lnuiiun in prinw, ttie tmhle w ill, us
uhuhI, b; liU-rully uj1im1 m US Lr very kefct
ol ever vtliinu tlwt in m fuunil m uuukt:!.
I me luiye tam'ilo rooms fur roiHiue'viia traVi
tiers. S rruiit flooi, free nf charge.
4 ITAII uaKFOVO' ruriTejru id unu iroru
the lioteA 11UUIII rhutf
. ... I'ruurKtor.
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WgpIWAlH ASH VXTAIU
rro IN THB. CITY.
. '' ' Oooda Sold ,.Vrjf CJse.
;,i,'i V"i f . ' i i'.Oi
Ooroar 10th ft. and pomBs)rcta' 'At '
C 0. PATEEtt ft CO
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SUiis aey ilay ia Putt m4 CtiU. , lavas accexdiag
uyourmctru. Ska. aw of ai. in (STOCK FRI V
JLTtUJS, l.x brought iniall frtun u (Ut cf j
11,200 wm m
iB.lar. vt Jvi aWi and kow U OPS kt.t E
aaitl-V. Uwk aitk 6Ul iJaaniMia 'vV
4itettitt by allad tskgraph to . , " ,
V ',1' " . SAXT3 it CO., . , .
' ' Sa&lura and SnCM lTWUSt.,N.Y
a'TIVE fCtk FROM EXPLOSION ;
Sfest, Cheapest and
ii . ;u.p.
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Advantages of" Elaias f qv&k ifithdfuOils
Nome 1'iirons, not familiar with oils. wh iiae awl 4h tins or Inallrallnf to ruaka
an antlysii, ask why '
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil
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smii.nai: iioj;. t ire-1 o-t t-uouiu De iihc.I In ''reference ToWte or.linary lien.lllijht oil,
ot 180 ili-, b t, cosllOfc loss to whii-fi we niuke answer a f.)llos :
K LA INK U taken out at a point iu tlie dist Illation, w here It is tree from I'IRakh.vk,
hkni.nk. ami a dangerous k:i whli'h Is oDtained in all li';ul-liKht and keroeue oil.,
and the J iel.l out ot a given amount ol erud" til is very nniall, which m ikes the i ot
Uglier than that ol head-light. KI.AI.N E i, rs elaiincj, tioii.exilolv and ierectly
safe ; whereas ordinary head-liKht oils contiin a gV a -il tj jHltirn, iifl tlbVier
tho test the heavier they are ami the more .r.itline they eontain. This eces ot jjura
fline obstrunts Iho wick, thus prVriitltig to aj;rcat extcntthe ecaie of ihe dangerous
ras, and eausiujf, in some eases, those tenihle
The cost of Elains on Stree't t ara, taken
larret lines in rittsburi; Wras nu!y 1 J cents
ie jl, n i!e3r :ce : ;o.
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Take any eouimon kerosena or noal oil lamj) J mi see tit to ne. I.tt U L t Uau. mid ,
' i'i 'i J ;
rlo not na a wick that has been used io any other oil. I iii the lionfwiTh Klaliie', and
alter Jlghting the lamp, unst rew the burner and se t tire to the wiek at the luvtrr md,
ad grad'tally Immerse it in the bowl Of tha.lainp; instead of the Klai.ne ignitini, us
would b the esse with ordinary tiis.it wil,eatiniulsh tile fliiue on the wick a it 'liters
tne oil ; then serew tlio burnr ii-ht on thd lamr-. litt Ituji und e-.irrt- ft as a Ury rare-'
less jurson or child would, aide way or ttpfebW down, and It will invariably o out; or
upsetit, us if by aecideiit, and'he same rcsti't 1:1 be a. comjili-lnd. Ihn take the
wick iaad placa it in a half pint measure or other fcpen ecel lillc I with l'.lalue, tal aua
end on fife, and. with a piece of win, r a nail, lu e the buriiing wick about in t!:e oil.
Attor being ssttsflta that the T"'alne will not igulti, remove the w ick, and pin e it bum
ing upon a shovd or board, and when It Is a'! 1 1 a Maine, jiour the Kbine from the
measure or vese-l upon the hu riling mas, and it till he immediately i-xlinguUhed. lie
sure and pour plenty of Elaine upon the tlaiue, or Use the tlaiue being the strongest, w ill
con-unie tb oil.iutt as water I ronsumed when a hou-e on lire.
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Exclusive Agents . for
the adjacent country South, and
West of Cairo.
Evansvillo, Cairo snd Memphis
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Paducah, Shawneotown, Erana
. viUe, LouisriUo, Cincinnati :
end all way landinKS.
Ibe l(aal al.lis allo t steam
ALTaa B. rsvxiMOTON.'.,'.,'. ..,.,.;.,. ..MktU-r
JlliKLHs I'lfSfSISGTOJf , ..."elk
Will ttrr C!ro every WiUSEstlAT at S
; . . . . o'uUwtk p. hi.
1 he llit meaiiier
Itav Hua AHj. , ..Maaicr
k-U. 'lUDMAi .,.l.irjk
Leuvest airo every fl.tlt'UUAV. .
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'Kaon Lout' make cloge eonti4"llna at Clto
frith UrnU-aJa stearuent fur ist. i.imis, Mem
paiHaiel New HCTlenan, und at C? umriUe wiUi
Um St C, U. H. Im ull ouiO Narlh antl Kant,
andwuhthe Louisville Muil isleaii.er fit ail
IKiUiU ua Ihe I'l'l'' Ohio, k'viuk llirutili re
Miols ou livlghu aud uueugTM la all --untH
irimitary. - . - .. .' u i '
t or urtlier lafuriunlion aiply tu
MO I.. S1LVEH. l'aHwiier Agent.
IIAIIdUAVMHOS., to .
.1. M. I HUXll'S, 1 AjjtulH. ,
'" Orto O. J. UUAMMr.H, . '
4npsrlBteak-at apd 0r4 kreialil Agrntt, .
. lo-vi.Jr. :vHBvllle Indiana.
WILSON,- EGGLESTON. &
i ... ,--UtaIei Uw ! !''""-'
.!,,';..!:: , : '
yiour, Grain, Seedi, & Froyislona,
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81 WEST OANAIJ VX&EET, - i - 1
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I'onshtawanta sollaltad. lt-'.te-eod-lia
I' IN ADVERTISING- i ' '' -
. TIiivi tliauaand, twAbuadred and I! fry dollars
urlii Ol aeu ruiier adveriiiiiig, at (nihliblieia'
Ibiuiy. i A iinutid lint, giving BUe. ttiur ii'isi,
inuai diMlv host wackiy ens uiutloo aad M-neouiii
n- of dverlilg, m-hi, rrt Ut.aiijr arme.
A(iklrtu Uto. i'. iiwweii a Co,. wi4irj
au.viibiik atuii, turn sww, ft
B(5st Light Known !
txfdoslon w hl h haj..en so fieciiiently.
from an average of one vcaM'
'oSi on tf tfce
jut iiifc-hl for to lirht- nr t ar.
how to Test
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Southern Illinois, and
For Scrofula, and all
hi) Lis, Hose or St. An-
tliouy' 1'iiv, aiu)tiQUi ,i
ami KmptiVi! 'iltsehsos"
ot tliotkm, Lk'oratioiii
of the Liver, Slomarh,
Kidnt'VSj Luii'jrs. 1'iru-
llilo., I'ushilcs, IJoil.s,
lilotclifs. 'I'urii n s. Tet
ter, Salt Illieuiii, Scal.l
Head, I'iujnwnii, l'l t rs, f-orcs,
Klieuriint i-in, ouraI'j;ia, 1 am m the
JJoncs.Siilo au I Heail,lViialc Weak
ncaS, htcrility, Liucoiihd'a, arising
from internal iilicralioii, ami iitorinu
disease, Syjihilitic anil Mercurial ili-i-ca-scs,
Ihoic-y, y.iH'iisia, tnuuia
tiou, (Jencral Debility, aud for l'uri
fyin Hu; JSlotal.
This Sarsaparilla is a combination of
,Ytllov l)ook witlitho Iodidos
tf J'otassium and Jrou, ami is tho
most fcllicacious nicilicine yet known
for tho diseases it is intended to euro, ,
Jts inr-rpdlentf are ao pklllully
combined that th full alterative
bflect of each is- assured, and wliiln
it is so mild ns to he liainiies,) even ,
to children, it is Mill so ell'eetnal as
to purpc out from the system thoso
impurities and eonujilifuii which
develop into loathsome disease. '
The reputation it enjoys is derived
from its cures, and tlie eotilidenew
which prominent lihysicians all over
tho country reiiosc in it jirovcs their
CXH!rieneo tf JfJ 4fl.i1teH.vCi Lj O.
Certificate attesting its virtues
Lave wcumulated, aud are con
stantly lein;j ryeeiyial, audas many
of tries cases are jiubliely known,
the furnish convincing cvidenuo, o
the fitiailoiity of this Sarsanarilla
ovef c-f ry othcryi Uc.raUv9 inedieiiiei
Kogeooii'ally is f s superiority to any
other medicine known that we need
do uo more than to assure the public
that the best qualities jt ..ha ever,
possessed arc strictly maintained.
' .rJiEVASKU HY
Or'. L C. AYER i CO., Lowell, Mass.,k
'i Fruttifal ami Analytical C Hewitt $.
SOU! i:V ALU,OUUUUU RVKHYVrilKK.
If, U. SMITH
lilica 4a Wibttr'a flroelP, oTif r eTVtfilt rfliU
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16 C.1ILES 01
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SOLD DURING the YEAR 18
Wtieiver t'i or Nil I
til It NKW Sl.KS
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
. An-,a Mnreli,uj omlilnvmri of
AIM k Hi ksM-uhal l'i-ints ttmt to Mttk i.j
iviost' fortect Cobklng Stove
A A mi SW 'ja''9t.j.':':
Eser Slflereil lo Sltft I'uhllr
v Maile Only by tl
Excilsior Manufacturlnp o.,
Vo. fM. Ml, C n, Ci jt. M,n
Nl. LotilN, M.
fO.' !W: HENDERSON,
i nitoKiii 'l ias.
, SMYTH, & CO.,
lit J il'i : '
WKolwMtle an'1 RrUII I.-lrri la
w im;s of A I.I. UI.MKS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MRS"". MTVn CO bin JonaUnilT
a Urjr iluck ot Uic bent ffiKxte lu inu
kt, aud frv tafMt-ial auaution loilie wliolnt,
raorb 01 the bualnra.
r " PARADISE,
MTV OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal Vjy the car-load
i.on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
IdiTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, wo are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIKO CITT COAL COMPANY.
rt-IlBllMny Bro f. nfflce. Ko 7u Olilo l.tet.
I "r-IUllnIuy Hro 's a luirf Inml .
"t I.'J I'tlMIl illlU, VT
t-AI the I'oul lmiiii, tool af Timrr-fclnUb
rt-I'ost Offii- Drawer.
Dealer in Fresh Meat8
Between Washington aud Oomuercla
Avanuea, adjolumw Haony'a.
T" EKI'S fur kale tlie best Beer, Park, Muttwn
4-V i vsji. 4-ai0,, Saui:t,,4a-- av4 1 are
Ml h .sti
a ia au aufttMi
STRATTON & BIBD,
haunt 3 AJmaiOAjir powm oo
.... I .Ohio lwe,
. : ,rt w I srBrTT.T.T A fiAItT '
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P- HO AT RTHTT T"ft
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QPECIAX attantioi ftTta toooBtignmeaU as it