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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 30, 1876.
COUNTING THE ELECTORAL
OStiatoas f KM.Mem Rtlltort,
Kmtr raklinf View nwtr mt
tat sae-wnw af nprMwtoiifM.
( from the Kcw York World
What was dona by the Brume In 1873 re
puling Louisiana wm this: Mr. Sherman
Introduced and the Senate adopted, reeolu
tied running thus :
"Kesolved, That the committee on privi
leges aod elect iODt It directed to lnulre and
report to the senate whether tbe recent
election of elector for president and vice
president bat beea conducted In tbe state
of Louisiana and Arkansas in accordance
with tbe Constitution and Laws ol tbe L ot
ted States, and what measures are heeeeaary
to provide for tbe determination of sued
contests, and to guard against and deter
mine like contests in tbe future election of
electors for president and vlee-presldent.
That for the purpose ot apeedily executing
this resolution the said committee shall have
the power to tend for persons and papeis,
to Uke testimony, and at their discretion
to send a suncommlttee of their own num
ber te either of said States, with authority
to Uke testimony ; and if tbe exigency of
this service demands, tbe said committee
may appoint and employ suitable disinter
ested and unprejudiced person)', not resi
dent la either of such states, with authority
to man iucii testimony na may oe mat rim
In determining ny pending contest growing
out of the election of electors in cither of
There was serious discussion in the sen
ate over tbe propriety and utility of tbe
proposed inquiry ut the) distinguished
itepubllcan leader, Mr. Conkling, carried it
through by a few energetic remarks, of
which the following are of especial impor
"Keeping before us for the moment tbe
express delegations ol authority to congress,
msy we not inquire wnetber tbe electors
appointed, are persons holding offices of
trust or profit under tbe L'niud ("tales J
May we not inquire whether they were
chosen at the pla-e required t Undoubtedly
we may. These, to be sure, are exceptions
named by tbe Constitution. But if we dis-
iuim tnese rarui-uiar exceptions, there are
stiii broader exceptions yet In the Constitu
tion, id vine to contcresa topics of Inaurv and
ground for action. The states are undoubt
edly to appoint electors, and to appoint in
such manner as the Legislature may direct.
This is clear. It so happens, however, tbat
in the states in question tbe direction Is tbat
the electors be chosen at a popular election,
and in no other way, and that they be cho
sen by the n voter who at tbat same
eleelion are entitled to vote for other offi
cers. Who are, or rather, In the two state
in question, whJ were tbeee voter r The
Constitution of tbe United States
ssvt no stats shall exclude from
tbe right to participate in this
very choice (because it becomes this choice
when the S'ate has said that electors shall be
ehosea by force ot that election), any man
oy reason 01 nis race or color, suppose we
are informed tbat in some state where one
race of men predominate tbey have all been
exciuoea iron tni cuoiee, in state having
previously said that elector in tbat State
are to be chosen only by this popular elec
tion. Can we not inquire and 1 adopt tbe
moat narrow limit of Inquiry denned In tbe
phraseology ot any senator who bas partici
pated in this deLate whether these men
are in law and ia truth elector or not?
' "Suppose It turn out tbat In tbe statp of
Louisiana one hundred and bfty thousand
qualified ettizens vote for certain electors,
and tbat all their votes were excluded from
tbe count, and tbat twenty thousand only
voted for other electors, can we not inquire
whether in truth these men who bad a con
stituency of but twenty thousand behind
tnem are the electors appointed by Louisi
ana ia the way she has "directed" and pre
scribed r If we caa, then I submit tbe ques
tion degenerate into the verbal mode of
stating it. One senator say we have a right
to Inquire whether tbe claimants are the
electors appointed by Louisiana. Take it
so; how are we going to find out f Suppose
It turn out that there has been no election
at all; suppose the whole election went
down, trodden out under the hoof of brute
violence ; suppose military power or a mob
rode ever the election, and there were no
ballots or ballot boxes at all, and certificate
come here may we not inquire whether
those certified were in truth appointed by
Louisiana? Alter we have inquired, what
use or bow many uses we may make ulti
mately of tbe information, seems to me
premature, now to consider : the informa
tion may be of little value, if you please,
yet sureiy we can suppose plenty 01 uses to
be made of it within the admitted tcooe of
"These uses would w an ant tbe Inauirv :
but if no uses would render it worth while
to inquire, still even the wortblestnete ot
the result would not prove that we usurp
power, or violate the constitution, or prey
upon the States by obtaining the informa
tion." But I go further than to maintain the
Baked power of congress to inquire. I in
1st tbat we can utilize the result of the
Inxulry, and employ the f.it In our action
upon counting or refusing to count electora1
vote for president or vice-pretldent.
"I see no reason to doubt tbat any state
having provided a popular election as tbe
mode, and the only mode, of appointing
electors, and it being alleged tbat no such
election bad been held, or that the election
was a mere mockery or mob. violative not
only of tbe laws of Louisiana, but in vio'a
lion oi the supreme law of tbe I'nited States,
we are within the cone of our power In
sending a committee to rind whether the al
legations be fiction or ract. lo both views,
I ieel at liberty to vote for this resolution,
not only without committing myself upon sli
the ultimate question to be raised, but
without seeing tbe pertinacity ol ; these
question in re-pect to our power to adopt
cms resolution as it stanus.
To ascertain and make record of the
facts. I will vote for tha resolution. This
alone will be wholesome (and 1 will vote for
it aiso ror the use we may make or tb- fact
in counting electoral votes, and in deter
mining any other proceeding which may
come within our prov ince."
On tbe 10th of February, 1873, Mr. Mor
ton submitted the report of the committee,
which contain much edifying information
on the Kellogg government, and the sugges
tion or Mr. Conkling that tbe new amend
ment have given a new power to congress
ia the matter of electoral vote deserve
The sjiiMt alius.
(London Correspondence of lb. N . Y. Tribune.
President Grant has found a eulogist
lo a well-known London weekly, wort)
remarkable, perhaps, for gossiping vlvao
Ity tban lor any sollder quality, Jle fig.
urn la a cries of "Celebrities at Home."
Among a good many striking statement,
the most striking is the explanation ot
the hostility ol Uu American press to the
president. It arises from tbe fact that I e
does not ask journalists to dine with
him. Descending to particulars, we
loam that one proprietor of a Republrn
newspaper name unhappily not given-,
so resented this failure of courtesy that
be vowed lie would never forcire the
president ; and be kept his row. 'Prob
ably," says this singularly well Informal
chronicler, "there arc not three journal
ists in tho whole country who have ev
been invited to his table.' Nothing morn
need be said to account for the critloUm
to which the public acts of this inhospit
able chief magistrate have sometimes
been subjected. There could be no bet
ter authority than the writer of this
eulogy, for he, we are permitted to know,
Is one of three who hare been asked. He
knows, and tells us, what goes on at din
ner and alter dinner. 1 must Uke leave
to quote part of his account, which will
perhaps have some novelty for American
After dinner, Just as the president !
lighting his cigar and beginning to hop
for a quiet evening. In come a batch of
visitors from Minnesota or Oregon, to
tell him how politics is looking out their
way, and to assure him that ttquash, tho
postmaster, ought to be turned out, and
Pumpkin, who Is a right smart man, put
In. But if. when tho callers are at last
got rid of for the night, you happen to bu
aione wun tne presiucnt, you will won
der by what perversity he ever came to
be described as a "silent" or "diasgre e
able" man. For he will talk with tnucli
freedom and animation, and with far
greater Information and good sense than
most men can bring to bear upon any
subject tbey may have in band.- If you
hare the good fortune to turn the con
versation Into some purely American
chanuel say on the resources of the
country or tbe stale or its trade you
will not soon forget the store of Infor
mation, marvelous in its breadth and
accuracy, t)hich will be spread out be
fore you. His voice is gentle and pleas
ant in its tones: his choice of words
more simple ana varied than even the
most practiced writers are always able to
command. He takes the deepest inter
est in all scientific questions.
And so on. Tbe minuteneKs of the
author's intormation is at least as re.
markable .as its extent. There can be
few men who would have been capable
of ascertaining and recording the fact
that when President Grant received in
New York "hall the merchants and
ankers ot New York," to whom "he
stood all day listening with attention,"
he lighted at 8 o'clock in the evening bis
fifteenth cigar? "The present writer
saw him," having spent his day In count
ing Uie long succession of Havana. Let
ns solemnly commit this momentous
fact to the future historian.
r)BTY TEAKS BKreitB THE PfJSHJC.
DR. C. PLANE'S
Celebrated American -
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPHE countenance is pale and
X leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed sjot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull; thepupilsdilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning? apjK'tite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting painss
in tV stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy ; not
imfrcuently tinged with blood ;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. MLANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly eflkct a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN Hr.RCX'RV
i:i any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , not capable of thing the sij fif
es injury to the most tender infant.
1 he genuine Dr. MLane's Ver
mifi'ge bears the signatures of C.
MVLaxe and Fleminc; vm: on tho
DR. C. M?LANE'3
These Pills aro not recomtneuded
a n rinicily for "all the ills that
llcsli U heir to," but in afT'ctioiu of
the Liver, and in uU Ki lions Coin
plaiiil3, Dyspepsia and Hick llcad
flch or disijiiseri of that character,
they ctand without a rival.
a (an: and fkvku.
Xo b?tter tutliarlio can Ixi used
tc;-par.;lory to, or after taking CJui
iiitje. As a bimple purgative tbey art
ti : fjusiled.
CUYVAUR OF IMITATIONS.
The geuuiuti are never eugar
Juich box lias a red wax seal on
tin Jid, with tho impression ' Dr.
M?L.tHK'a Livrk Pima
Each wrapjer heart lij signal urea
' Of C MTiANKflml FlIUIVu Itluirt
I fttrid by all resitablo druggist
and, country storekeeper generally;
- MMerjr Settee. '
fitste of Illinois, County of "Aleanlpr.
Circuit ( urt of Alexander County. Jan
uary Term, A. D., 1877. ....
- William W. Hney vs. Kuen Oaraghty,
Loulaisnne Oaragbty, William 11. Uala, Al
rtnda U. Uale, Catharine dale, JaooU 11.
liiirronKh and Robert L. Wilton, In Chan
eery. AHluavlt of the non-reridenee of
Kugene Oaraehtv, luUianne Oaraghty,
William 11. Uale, AMnda B. Uale andCatn
arine Oal, Jacob 11, Burrough and Itobert
Li. Wilson, tbe defendants shove named,
having been filed in the office ol the Clerk
of said Circuit Conrt of Alexander County,
notu is hereby given to tbe said non-resident
defendants, tbat tbe complainant fllod
his bill of complaint In saivi Court on tbe
Cbancery aide thereof on the Sid day of
November, A. D., 1870, and that a summon
thereupon issued out of said Court against
aid defendants, returnable on tho first
Monday of January, A. !., 177, as is !y
Now, therefore, unless you, the said non
resident defendants, shall personally be and
appear before tbs said Circuit Court of Al
exander County oulfce first day ol the next
Term thereof, to be hnlden at tho court
house In the city ot Cairo, la said county, on
the first Monday of January, A.l , is77,
and plead, answer or demur to tbe said
complainant's bill of complaint tbe sam,
and the matters and thing there
in charged and stated, will be
taken as confetsed, and a decree entered
aain;t you according to tbe prayer of mid
KKl'BEN 8. YOCUM, C l. rk.
Cairo. Nov. 25. A. I)., 1876. oav-4w
SUto of Illinois, County ol Alcxsnder
Circuit COirt or Alexander county,
January Term, A. D., IH77.
Henry Whitcamp vs. Klla Held, Andrew
field, Mary tubh, Zepbaniuh MuM.s, ltona
liurres and William Huse, in Chancery,
To Zephaulau Stublia one of the above
named defendants. Aflidavlt Laving beori
tiled in tbe office ol the clerk of said court,
that you Zepbaniab Htubbs, on due inquiry
eannot be found, you are hereby notified
that tbe complainant tiled bin bill or com
plaint in said Court on the Cbaucery side
thereof on the 23d day ol August, A.D. 171.
and that a summons thereupon lsucd out
of said court againt said defendants, re
turnable on tbe Urt Monday ot September,
A, D., 1K76, as is by law required, and that
said summons was returned as to you "not
Now, therefore, untes you, tbe suid
Zephanlttu Mubbs, shall personally tc and
appear before tbe aid Circuit Court of Al
exander ( ouoty on tbe tir-t day of the next
term thereof, to be boldea at the court
house In the city of Cairo, in said rountv,
on the tirrt Monday of January, A. I. 1877,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill ol complaint, the same,
and the matter and things therein charged
and stated, will be taken as confessed, and
a decree entered against you according to
the prayer of said bill.
RKUBEM 8. YOCUM, Clerk.
Fisher ft Whxklkr,
November 18, A. D., l7t$. oaw-4w
Attorney at Law.
OniCt : At residence on Ninth btrsM, lt wr
Washington avenue and Walnut Street.
St.Oharles H otel,
PRICES SES9CES T9 SUIT THS Will
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2 50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor 98 .00 Per Day
Spoolal Ratios ty Week or Month.
' A Umitml number of very ilesiruble family
roums can be secured at rauonahle rates lor tlit
The St. Charles is the large! and best anixilnt
edHouss in Southern lllirmln, ami is the leading
hotel in Cairo. Notwithstanding- the "lied
Hock" reduction in prices, the Utble will, as
usual, be liberally aujiplietl with Uie very beat
of everything that can be found in market.
Hue Wk aampla rooms for commercial trav
elers, on ground floor, fret of charge.
CVAU bao-Kaveof guest conveyed to and trout
the hotel without charge.
-I-tf Proprietor. '
WHOLESALE AND RET AIL.
, IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Close.
tiormt.1 19ta St. and OomsnerelaJ At
- 0AJ&0. IliDfOll
C O. PATTER ft CO.
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LXVJES AND COMMEBCIAL
tbunfeotouMBlaowa Hora ahosan4
en Aaaure 0o4 Work.
, FATBOMAOE SOLICITED .
at. X. SMITH
PbyaidaUi & Snrceon.
ftflkt ia Winter' Block, eoraer tteveatfe a4
CeiwuesskJ Awan. (alraau on keieothl.
BssisaasTfttrtsaiS) SlnsM, west of Washington
Evantvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
and all way landings.
Tbe slegant side wheel steamer
, ARKANSAS BELLE,
'alt b. PaiwiHorow........ -.:....tw i.M,r
jiiakuu icskintoh.. clerk
Will leave Cairo every V EDNKSi) A T at
o'clock i. iu.
The fleet n n T
Leave Cairo every "ATt'ROAT.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
With flrst-claaa trainer for .St. Louis, Mem
phis and New Orleaun, and at Kransville with
the K. AC. 11. K. fur all joints North an J ICast.
and witb the luUville Mail Steamers fot.all
Dointsonthe Upper Ohio, giving Uirnugh re
ceipt on freights ami i8engers to all jinls
r or urthrr inlrtrmatinn apply to
bOL. 8iLVKIt, l'aMtengtr Agent.
J.M.l'HU.UI'S, ' I Agents.
Or to (J. J. UIWMJlkK,
4nicrintenlrnt ami GvihthI Kreiglit Agent,
B. F. Slake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
sVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always nn hand, the orlelirated illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City Hetlonal Baak Building, np-stalr.
7he Oldest XatabUahed Atrenoy in Soutr:
rn Illinois, representing over
165 OOO 000
MT. OARBON(Blfl Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
tSTo large oonsumera and all
sianufaoturere, we are prepared
to supply any Quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rales.
. CAUtO MIT VUAi OOMAHT.
HallkUy Bre.'hoSle, No. 74 OhU Iver.
'Mairiday Hm ' wharf boat.
At KgyUlan HilU, or
AS tSM Lost iMisan, root f Totv-Kt(btb
gyrast Uato Draw, sa. 4,
This .Treat lntemtlAnal
.th .i . . .
" w woinienioraTe tne one ikk .a
aonivemry or American lodepsaw.nee,
opened May loth, and wlU elns November
I IS I 1(111 A II at . a, . .a -. a
aoiv. Aaa me nauens pi utev WoriJ
ami all the statee ami territories of the Ua
ionarepartieiDatUixln this Womferful de
mnnstration, bringiog together the snoot
comprehensive collection tl art treasures,
mechanical Inventions,, scientific discover
cries, manufacturing aehlevesawtn, tntaer
al specimens, an'l agricultural products
escr exhibited. 1'bo grounds devoted tu
the exhibit! are sitnsted on tho line of
the Pennsylvania llallroad and embrace 400
acres of Falrmount Tark, all highly Im
proved and ornamented, on which are
erected tbe lariret buildings ever construc
ted live of theso covering an area of fllty
acres SAd ros'ing tS.OuO.OOO. Tbe total
number of buildingt erected for tbs pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun-
tlrnl llnriniv flia tl.lfl .1... lnM..ll.i.l..
following Uie opening ot-the exhibition a
million and a quatter of people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
V THE OB EAT TKTKlC LUtt " 7
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S,
Is the mos, dlrce.t-.-aonvenient and econom
ical way ol reaching 1'litlad.elbhls. and this
great Kxbibition Iroin all seetlons of the
country. Its trains loo and- IremThlladel
phla will lais-tlirouflhaiTsmi Centeanial
ut-'oi, uu:ii ino coroj any has erected at
the main entrance to the Kxhibitfoa
groumls lor iho so, ommodutlon of patstn
ger who wi h to stop at or surt from tbs
liiimeroui large hotels contiguous to this
stntion anctbo Exhibition a ccnietiienco
of the greatest value lo visit or, end afford
ed exclusively by tho l'cnnsjlvriiia Kill,
ond, which is tho only line rui ning timet
o the Centennial l.uiMmgs. Kxcursioa
rains will a bo stop at the Knramj mint of
be I'atrnris of Utubaudry, at Kim Statiou
on this road.
The renmtylvai.U itallroad Is tho grand
et raihvay orgauizMion iu tbe world. It
coatrois seven thousand milos of roadway,
forming continuous line s to Philadelphia,
New YorV, Baltimore, and wabingtoo,over
which luxurious duy and night ears are
run from chicuiio, K. i.otiis, ixuigville,cin
iinnati, Indiauipnliit. rolunibus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Krie withous change. :
main line U luld wlte double and third
trucks of heavy Heel rails rjion a dcen bed
ot broken stone billat, tnd its bridgbs are
aHof iron or Mtono. Its passenger trains
aro equipped with every known improve
ment for comfort and anfi-ty, and are run at
faster speed forgrcaler dintancca tlitn the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nus I rircly increased its equip
ment tor 'Jetlu-nnial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at abort
notice sufficient to fully accommodate snv
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of tho company
ol tbe company guarantee the most perfect
accommodations tor all its patrons during
tho Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which tbe
Pennsylvania itallroad In an iutdlv celebra
ted pri-euts to the traveler over It perfect
roadway nn ever-changinf panorama of
river mountain aod landscape views uue
nualcd in America.
I he eating stations on this line are un
surpaxsed. Me a!s w il'. be fuYrlsbcd at suit
able hours and srrplctrme allowed lor en
Excursion tick ets. at reduced rates, will
be sold at ell tit n prlncit ul rallrtad ticket
offices In the es t, Northwest and 8cuth
west. lie sure tbat your tickets read v ia the
Ureat Pennsylvania route to tbe C entcn
t- UANK THOMSON, D. 31. BOYD, Jr..
tien. Manager. Ueu. l'aas'r Agt
617 8L Chsrlss treat, StUufi, Mo.
A Mfilw nM itm MtSleal CriMfM, bu Smb twe
Wl Is U Mil umumm f ll Vaneeal, Saxiul
ftndCtirotua XMaeaaaa uw uf tilur PkrakUalaSfa
Mow, M elly jm uow, m4 ill old rMidwu koov.
ypailia, Ooaerrhosa, Clsst, Strietar, Of
ehifis, Heraia, er Rupture, all Uriaary Oiasasse
s4 Syphiliti e mercurial aweetieae ef the
threat skin er bones, an wins wits wamltM
MMHi aa UUat ariiaUfcf frtadplo. aas, rrtvaul.
SpersaatsrrhaM, Sexual Debility aad latpet
eaey,atlSniilit Ml-wiiMla rack, aanal ssmmm
In uum ran, at Mktr mm, aa wklefe iialuu
or tk StlknHaf fltoui a iiu . mil UMinai,
ittllUT, iluw 1 mtUt, tit an awr. !! es tk
Sua, kiinlM7, arantoa wM(v'Swlw.waSutca
f Uiu, Sua r wioal aiMNr, m.., mMh Mrrlaca
tmpieparcr onhappr.r Mrawawtlj wS. ruvM
Ci ptmt wnut M abm, mm la ran mnteru,
w mi ,. CooNluuoa a4 me t T aU
t, u4 tBTiMS, a rrUodtr talk or kiasvlawi mm aMktac.
Wkta U la iMNmwl t vtou tk uy Ut muam,
rtmmm Smp by tiiwlorIHi)wn . Can.
bte turn (uanatw4, ukmSoabtuim UU (naklrateus.
0Oe kMllA.M.Wir.M. SsaSijs, U M.WI f.H.
' PsatDkUt, to any addrees, for Two ttsssp.
W vidAH UvUl Mk 10
MaaneeTMii Wamnbeds)GesM, betb
togethsr, lllawteatsd, IS Cents.
r.1ARRIAC.Z 1 J&.
pEMi. ! GUID2Z.
eloth u ailt bituunf. raiaHPaDa.
affraaik-ltM yrua. I miiirw fearaa aSH as
ml raTieliaa. It rabt lo a ra T oil aa aorraK
than laehad ap.a ut rraSorla.Mllortkr
ropuiw Sdltka. SUM as sbm. twinora orar.tMaam,
MoutakyauU. cwom rra-fra Aswrka,
iiaor miuraj rawama i,
617 St Charles street. 8L Loali, Mo.
611 ft. Caarle Street,
Troats all furms of V'eneral Diseases, Semi
nal Emissions and Sexual Debility, with
unparalleled succes. No matter who failed,
call or write; pamphlet or consultation free.
Can refer to the medical profession in all
parts of the Country.
t horUrwl l.T Hm
Stain of llliuuia
fur Ui tiurcsa
jHinx" ol s i vinjf
imiiinliat n.-lu 1
n all raera of private, chroBie, aud urinary di
acaoes in til their xmiliilrl forma, it la wrll
kaown that Ur.Jaiiim has alood at tha head
tlu.- profw.ion for th uut 3" yura. Aon si.d
cxiwrirnreurvall-iniiiorlunl. Metniual H nnlt
(an, r.iicht lours by drrsma iimpk-a in tfcu
faro. lot maufciHid, can irihi lively ba rurtr.1
IjhIU-. wantins thu nioat delicate attrnlhtn. call
or writ, flcauuiit homa fur itatisals. A book
for the million. Marrwira Uuidu, which teilat
yousllalmiUthwediatnMSV-wtHt should anarrf
whv aot 1 iii la lo pay Mwluk'- l Jaowe
has Mi rooms aud parlor Vou uro ao uum U.
tun doctor uniua howra, a m. lo T p su. Saa
days, lo to U, All buaiaeaa alricUi ' smSjuVw .
CSOOOta'l oe ! f every scat
aivww every. maIU iu th boainean w
furuiah, but Ihoa willinjt to work rau easily
ram a doxra ilollars a iluy rabl in ll.elrow u h
ealiliua. llav.no room o tkplain her, pttai
neaa uleaaant and hoonrable, Waane. Iwy
tad girla do as well a luea. We will furniats
tou a oumnlel outttl Pen, Tbn buaianaa puv
ruwr thaa aoylliiuj elae. We will bear .
puweof tartina yon. farlh-ukara fra. Write
nd ie, Kariuers and suMnaaks, Ibeir auaa
nnd ataufthlera, aud all chuaweia nnoal ml payias
work at koine, lMuld writo lu a and lean aa
alMt the work at uam. K-w Is tta tunc
Iton't delay, AUrcas Tai'S 4 ta) , Awassta,
u0r but vnufmi pmi pwwaa, vw
IIM aaktwlat aatMia: ray aiam, ra, kf.
hm aMT7, Wkrryrt. UmaSS. WMjif
kra. PkratMl ecar: Vk ( wiiaMV urav
a ptoakl mmrrr : Hpwllla4 kipiilamny k. lutmil
Tk rkyiulon f Bdaiioa, u4 away ran, Sara
i.rh.i nr innf rr'.il- mmrwimm IS ras M.