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OTBtTa 8. OBEKLY. Editor.
SITTING DOWN ON GRANT.
That's What Congressman
Hewctt Emphatically Did
Thp President Proves to
be the Boss Liar of
Tho Louisiana Returning Board
Does Net Take Kindly to
But Chairman Morrison is Very
Likely to Bring tho Rogues
The Situation in South Carolina
and Florida, and Political
News in General.
Hew lit nnd Grnnl.
THK rRKSIDKXT CONVICTKD Ol I.VINH.
Washington. D. C, Dee. 12. The tol
lowing Is funnelled by Hon. Abram S.
Hewitt, niMrcs.el to the Washington
. ajjent of the usyodateil press :
la yesterday's papers 1 liml a dispatch
from you relating to a conversation with
President Grant in reference to the tin
lortnnate statu ot nflairs in South Caro
lina, and my interv iew s with liiin in ref
erence thereto. So far as South Carolina
was concerned, the president enjoined no
contidence, but expressly stated that 1
was at liberty to communicate his views
to the public. He did enjoin confidence
in regard to what he said of Louisiana
affairs, and tli.it confidence I have re
sjiected, although, as 4 have already
stated to him, I believe the publication
of his statements would do much to tmn
quilizo the public mind in regard to
South Carolina. The president stated
that in his judgment not less than sixty,
three Members having eortilicatcs from
I he secretary ol state were eligible to or
ganize the house and transact Lusiuess.
As this view accorded with my own, and
as no confidence was enjbined, 1 tele
graphed it iu the following language :
"A. C. Haskell, Ciiaiuma.v, Charles
ton, S. O. I am able to say that ueither
hou.se will be recognized by the presi
dent until It gets sixty-three ueiubers,
holding original certificates from the re
turning board. AkkamS. Hewitt."
My objeet in sending this dispatch was
that I thought it would tend to allay the
excitement in South Carolina and pre'
vent .collision between the people and
troops, of which we are very apprehen
8ive. On the (ith of December, 1 received
a reply which Induced me to send the ful.
lowing telegrams to the president !
"To TnK President: I have received
a reliable telegram from Columbia Mat
ing that the sixty-third member holding
a certificate irom the secretary of state
has been sworn into the hou.se presided
over by Speaker Wallace, which is, there
fore, organized in accordance with the
requirements ol the law as stated by
To the President: I have just re
ceived a later dispaeth saying that the su
preme court of South Carolina has pro
nounced its judgment, and declared the
house presided over by W. II. Wallace to
be the legally constituted house of repre
sentatives, and that Mackey is a private
person, not speaker, or in any respect on
"Direr of the legislature body."
THE SECOND IN 1KUY1KW.
tin the evening of the same day Sena
tor Randolph suggested that he and
1 should call upon the president and ask
him whether, under the circujnstances,
he couhUiot see hi way clear to order
the withdrawal or the United States
troops Irom Columbia, and recognize the
home ol representatives so constituted
with sixty-three members. The presi
dent granted us an Interview, which be
gan by my saying that 1 had sent him
two telegrams irom the house iu refer
enee to South Carolina aflairs. The pres
ident at once replied that ho had re
ceived them, and that very late on the
preceeding eve.ilng he had received a tel
egram from Columbia saying that 1 had
informed parties there that the president
would recognize as a legal house that
hotly which should havo sixty-three
members, with a certificate Irom the sec
retary of state.
Tlw president said that he had replied
that liu had not made any such state
ment ; that he did not believo 1 had said
he had done so; and that at any rate it
was not true.
I replied that 1 had not sent any tele
gram to that effect, but had scut one as
nearly as I could recollect as follows :
"I uui able to say that the president
will not recognize any house that does
not contain sixty-three members with
original certificates from the rcturnftig
The president replied, "That is correct.
1 did say so; that was my private opin.
Ion, but 1 did not say that I would recog
nize u house that had sixty-three mem
bers." J replied that Is true, Lot I think it is
implied, and we have come to ik you to
do so. -
The president replied that as at (res
ent advised he must decline to rexg
iiizn the house containing sixty-three
members, and he did n,t know that he
would recognize the other house ; that
Chamberlain was governor until some
one was regularly inaugurated in his
place and that he should sustain him.
The president did not say that 1 had iio
' lated hi confidence in any particular,
but he said It would have been ' a viola
tion of his contidence if 1 lia l sent the
telegram reported to him lrnn Colum
bia. Hie sending of which I again de
nied. COl'LU VfcKlr Y THE MATlrK.
I then reminded the pn iddcut that he
had the means of testing the accuracy of
any recollection ol his statements because
immediately after the Interview on
Sunday 1 had dictated tins substance of
toy conversation and funnelled him with
a copy and requested hiiu to return it to
torn with any correction lie might thoos
to make, cither to be published. If he J
would consent, or to be retained lor Ids '
luture justlllcation, In case after the 4th
ol March next his Intentions should be
called In question. He has not returned
me the copy so furnished, nor made any
corrections therein to my knowledge.
The president said nothing to me in
regard to my using any of his statements
lor the oiirposri' ot defeating tho party'
which he (the president) represented. I
have never regarded the president of the
United States as representing any party,
and I shall regret to see the president
take any other position than that of the
honored head of the pboplo of flic United
States, without regard to party.
Signed AimAM S. HEWtrr.
Washington, D. C Dec. 12.
THK JtANDAMVS CASE.
Tallahassee, Dec. 12. The supreme
court did not meet to-day for hearing the
mandamus case, ns tho Democratic coun
sel were not ready with the papers. It
will meet to-morrow.
the congressional investigation.
The congressional committee met this
morning and decided to go into investi
gation of both tho state and national
elections. A call was made on the sec
retary of state for the returns, which
will be lurr.Uhod. Tho minutes of tho
canvassing board during its executive
session show that the following counties
were canvassed according to the face ol
the returns, viz.: Iircvard, Bradford,
Calhoun, Dade, Escambia, Franklin,
Gadsden, Marion, St. John, Suwanee,
Putnam. Polk. Santa Kosa, Sumter,
Taylor, Volusia, Wakulla. Walton nnd
Baker count)- was canvassed according
to the precinct returns by tho unanimous
vote of the board. In Clay county
twenty-nine votes were added to and
four illegal votes taken from the Demo
cratic electoral and state vote, and eight
votes were added to and two illegal votes
taken Irom the Republican votes, and
with these amendments the county was
canvassed by unanimous ote. In
Hernando county live Illegal
votes were deducted from the Dem
ocratic electoral .vote; with this deduc
tion the county was canvassed by unan
imous vote. Nassau county was can
vassed according to the lace of tho re
turns by tmaninioiis vote. In Orange
county seven Illegal votes were deducted
from the Democratic electoral and state
vote, and with this deduction the county
was canvassed hy unanimous vote. In
Jefferson. county six Illegal votes were
deducted from the Pcpublican vote. In
Leon county two illegal votes were de.
ducted from the llepubliean vote, and
with this deduction the county was can
vassed by unanimous vote. Manatee
connly,was thrown out of the canvass on
account ot the entire absence of an)' and
all legal steps in the preparation for the
election, and in holding the same. The
vote stood as follows :, Secretary of state
nnd comptroller for it rejection, and the
attorney-general tor returning it. Duval
county was canvassed by compaiing the
county return with the several precinct
returns, on account ol the lormer
not bearing the signature of the
county judge. The vote stood :
Secretary ol state and comptroller for
canvassing the county ; the attorney -general
for refusing it. In Hamiltun county
eighty-three Democratic votes and fifty
eight Republican, which had been illeg
ally added to the electoral vote on the
face of the return, were thrown out.
Jasper precinct So. 2. giving .52:J votes
for the Democratic electors and 1S5 lor
the Republican electors, was thrown out
ot the canvass without adjournment ; al
lowing unauthorized persons to handle
the ballots and assist hi the count, In ad
journing over night and going to another
place, and in signing the returns the next
Jay which they had not themselves made
or verified, and the contents of which
they did not know. Willi these deduc
tions thU county was canvassed by a
Monroe county, precinct No. 3, Key
West, HI to tho Democratic electoral and
state tickets and 40 voles to the Republi
cans, and was thrown out on account ot
gross violation ol the election laws, by
the Inspectors hi adjourning before the
completion of tho canvasss,and comple
ting it next day in a different place and
without public notice. The vote tor its
rejection was unanimous. The attor-ncy-general
decided,' in reply to
a question put to him a to the legal ef
fect or these violations ol law, that it
must be thrown out. With this deduc
tion the county was canvassed. Alachua
county, i" Illegal electoral votes 4 Re
publican and 13 Democatie at Waldo
precinct were thrown out unanimously.
A yote was taken on returning or throw
ing out Archer precinct No. 2 the secre
tary of state and comptroller voting to
retain, and the uttomey-general votinir
to throw it out. It was retained, and tho
couuty canvassed with the before men
Jackson county, CaiLpbellton precinct,
giving tho Republican electoral and state
tickets 77, and lor the Democratic elec
toral and state tickets 2U1, was thrown
out of the canvass on account ot a viola
tion ot (lie election Jaws by the inspec
tors, hi removing the ballot box from the
election room at adjouunidit for dinner,
into un adjoining ttore, and leaving it
there unsealed and concealed from the
public during tai l adjournment, hi not
counting the ballots at tho close ol I he
polls, and comparing them with the num
ber of namas on the poll list, ami because
only 70 Republic", ballots were eouuted
out of the ballot box, whereas 1X1 persons
swear that they voted the full Republi
can ticket at that poll. The vote of the
hoard was as follows : Sccrrtary of ttate
and couiptro'ler for rejecting Jr, the at-torney-general
I rtenu-diip Ct.ui'cli prevluci, giviug lor
the KfuMii-aa electoral ami state tickets
41 votes, aud foi tlie Democratic electoral
sud state ticket 13J votes, was throw u out
of the can raw oo account of a violation ol
the ejection Wws hy ibe inspector is placing
me usuoi box iu siuu a poeitica as to be
out of sight of the voter and tbe public,
and in placing a supervisor at the window
to receive the ballots instead of Inspect
or; In not mating and cotnpiling the can-
ram at the polling place, and with ad-
ournmeut, not in view of the public, but
to a bedroom two miles away and not
eounting tbe ballots and comptrlog them
wiih the number of names on tbe poll list.
As to this precinct the vote ol the board
was : Secretary of graft Ind comptroller for
rejecting It and attorney-general for re
turning it. With tbesc deductions the
county was canvafsed.
th canvass completed.
The board, by a unanimous vote, declar
ed the state canvass concluded, and direct
ed the clerk to prepare a certificate of the
result. On the suggestion of the attorney
general ha was requested to rail on
some friend to look over the clerk's figures
and verify the footings. IU introduced Mr.
Pasco, who examined and found said foot
ings correct. Tbe certificate of the alec
toral vote having been prepared aud veil
Hod, It was Digued by two metubeis of the
board, the secretary of state and comp
troller, the attorney-gcueral decliniug to
sign it, saying that he would prepare a
protest setting forth his reasons. The
hoard then at 3 o'clock on the morning of
the Cth adjourned to allow time for the
clerical hbor of preparing the certificate
of the result Of the canvass at large. Tbis
having been completed and verified was
signed on the 8th of December as of the
Cth, the day when the canvass was com-
Wm. I.ek Ar-THnor
Clerk of Board of Canvassers,
.Secretary of State and Chairman Board
1 do hereby certify that the above is a
true copy of the minutes of the final sittng
of the state board of canvassers of the state
of Florida, held on tbe 5th and Cth days of
December. 17(5. Mm. Lek Actiioiw,
Clerk of Board ol Canvaiscr.
VOTING KOR I'NITKD STATKS 6KNATOR,
Coh mbia, Dec. 12. In the Democratic
house to-day, a ballot was taken for
United States senator. There were four
teen candidates. The votes ranged from
one to eleven ; the highest vote was east
for Gen. M. C. Butler of Edgefield.
In the Republican house the ballot for
United States senator resulted in lavor ol
United States District attorney D. T.
Corbln, who received fifty-eight votes
out of sixty-six votes cast. Iu the senate
Corbin received seventeen and Garry,
Democrat, twelve votes. Corbln was de
clared elected. Both houses adjourned.
MOKK TROOPS AKKIVINO.
Troops aro arriving 'from Florida.
Kverythihg Is quiet. There is no excite
THK HOl'SK INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE.
New Orleans, Dec. 12. The house
committee met at 11:30 a. m. for the pur
pose of organizing, and to arrange pre
liminary;matters. The executive session
lasted until 12:50, when the committee
adjourned until 1 p. m. The committee
met again at 1:15 p. m., Mr. Monison in
the chair, and a large number ot witnesses
General Huilbut gave notice that he
would on Wednesday lile a protest to the
jurisdiction of the committee, under the
resolution going into election matters.
Mr. Mormon inquired of the sergeant-at-arms
if Mr. Wells was present,
ri ON ITS EAR.
Mr. Charles S. Abell, secretary of the
returning board, stepped forward and
presented a sealed envelope, which was
opened, and found to contain a commu
nication signed by all the members of the
board. This was road by the clerk, and
states in substance that the four members
of the returning board deny the au
thority ot the house of representatives to
review the decision of the returning
board until they have delivered their
documents to the general assembly.
They also protest against the attempt of
the house of Representatives of the
United States to obtain and review the
documents in their ossession, and claim
that as individuals they cannot under the
constitution and laws of the state, sur
render them. They statu further, that
they will have copies of all documents
made for the committee if the committee
will provide the necessary means ; that
the state legislature has made no appro
priation tor them, and they cannot there
fore furnish copies unless the committee
furnish the funds. These copies will be
made as soon as they arc through with
tho documents, provided funds are fur
nished. THK HOARD Ml'ST APPEAR.
When the communication had been
reaj the chairman asked if Mr. Wells
was present, and being answered in the
negative he instructed thn
arms to notify the members of the return
ing ooaru mat their presence would be
expected at '11 a.m., on Wodnesduy, in
obedience to the orders of the speaker of
the house ot representatives.
Another communication from Chas. S.
Abell, secretary ol the returning board,
was then read in answer in
Jucr treum served on him, doclinin" to
AT........!. .1 . .
no ii-sii uocuiiionis, as ne Had been in
structed not to do so.
The refusal creatcil cmittiiWii v.
.citement The room was crowded with
soctators and witnesses.
t liMiieerv tuiim.
Slate of lllluoia, County ol Alt-Xiiider
it i n 1 1. i ujh oi Aiexiimier county.
-lunuary Term, A. D., I.S77.
lleurv Wblti-anni 1 s I- II . ifi.i ...i..,.-
Held, Mury Slubbs,e)dmuluhMubl, liosa
llili-rAuu lfIII i!.. . 1.. ...
. nuioi iuae, 111 t tiaiu-ery ,
lo elibniub slut. I. j ..ii. . ,i.a 1 '
- , . - km: auuve
named delcndunM. Atlidavlt havini; becu
bled lu the ollice of the clerk of aaid court.
that VOIl Zelilllllll-ill Klnl.l.u n .1,,.. I.....:..
t-annol be found, you are 'hereby tiuiitiej
that the oomiihiiiiaut tiled bis bill 0f coin
nlaint In aiiil i!iiiii1 r.,i ii... i-i.... .
av uaueri y sine
thereol oil thea:).J day ol AuiMt,A.: IsTU.
and that lilliuiuoiia thereiipou iasiied out
ot said court at'alii-t auid dek-ndauia iv
turnable on the Urxt Monday ol Jvtitember
A. 1)., l;o, in by law required, and that
aid Kiiliuuons vva returned as lo you "not
Now, therefore, utiles you, tbu aid
eplianlali Slulibs, shall personally be end
appear helore the said Circuit Court of Al
exander 1 ounty on tbe hot day of the uext
term thereof, to be boldeu at tbe rouit
houae iu tbe city of Cairo, in rounty.
ou tbe Brat Monday of January, A. I. ln,7,
and plead, answer or demur to the aaid
complainant' bill ol cowplaiut, tbe same,
and the matters aud thiugs therein charged
and staled, will be takcu aa confessed, and
decree entered agaiust you according to
the pi a) er of said hill.
Utl'liKN S. VOCl'M, Clerk.
KUIUR V WUBILBB,
v, , Coniplaiaaufii golioltort.
November IS, A. L., I7. otw-w
rBTT TEAM MKTOltE IMS rCBLMl
DR. C. FLAKE'S -
Celebrated American -
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
mHE countenance is Dale and
J leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ! thsnunils dilate: an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds : a swelling of the unicr
lip j occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred ton cue : breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
piiawinc sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
v, the stonucii ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent piins through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stools slimy ; not
U'ltrequently tinged witn iiioou ;
bjlly swollen and hard: urine tur
hiil: remiiration orcasionallv diffi
cult, and acc ompanied by hiccough ;
cough soineumesury anticonvulsive;
u:iea;y and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; tempi r varia
ble; b;;t generally irritable, etc.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to cxi. t,
Dl. C. MVLANE'S Vl.RMirUCE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOI. 3 NOT CON I AIN MK.IUTRV
it; any form ; it i? an innocent pivp.v
r.-.tion. tist c,y3f'!r-of iiriffi j-'V"--fif
injury to ,he ir.os! ten.i-r i?jnf.
The genuine Dr. M. I.v.f.'s i::.
M't i'iit bears the si; ik miks of ('.
AH Lane and 1 i.kmini; ilroz. on the
DR. C. hftfLANEZ'S
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11 -sh i heir to," hut iu all'.-t ti.UH of
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lie, or dis.-a-ies of that character,
th- y :.lai:d witlwut a rival.
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Ointment behind tne ear, and Ilienoinehaa left."
"xend in two boxt-tj J want one lor poor
"I enrlose a dollar) your prioel 2'. cents, hut
Die medicine tome is worth adoilar.''
'Send me live boxen of your
" Lt me have three boxes of rnnr Till by re.
turn mail, for chilln and Fever."
"I haveover "0 such trHtimonials aatheae, but
warn oi njmie coii.tin me 10 coiiciuue.
For Cutaneous Disorders,;
And alt eruptions of t)iektn, tliia Ointment la
mint invaluable. It diK not b-al externally
alone, but pt-m-tnitea with the must tenrtblng
efl'wui to the very root of the evil.
Invariably cure tbe following diseae
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all uea-s ahVcling these orfann. whether
they aec.n-te too iniieh or ton little- water; or
whether they I alliieted with Munc or gravel, or
With aehea and Daing rtlleil ill the loini nvt-r llir
rrxiona of the kidneys, these fills ohould be ta
ken according to the printed directions, and the
Ointment should be well rublied into the small of
the bac.k at bed lime. This treatment will give
alniod immediate relief when all olhrr Imuiin
Tor Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effeetnnllv Inmrove the
tone ol the stomach as theae I'illMl their remove
all acidity ocra-loned either by intemieruncr r
improper diet. 1 hey reach the liver and reduce
u 10 a ueaiiny action ;iury are womlerlully elliea-
clona in raaea ol'sr.m in fact they never fail in
curing an iiitniniers ol I lie liver and stmnarh.
HOLLOWAY'S I1LI.S are thelH-hl knowti'in
the World for the following diieaaes t Ague,
A-thma, Unions Complaints, ISlutciics on the
skin, UoWfclH, ( on-oiinpiiiiii, Debility, liropsy,
i winery, r.rysipeias, reniaic irregularities
teversGl all kinds, f itx, Ooiit. Headache. Imli-
ircMiiui, liitUinmutiou, Maur.dice, Liver Com
plaint, l-iinilwiro. :l'ile. Klieiimalifcm. Keren
ii. in ol uriue, .scrofula or H-ng' Kvil, Sore
Throats, Hloue and (.ravel, Tiiv-llonloureux,
lumora, t leers, Worms of nil liiuls, Weakness
iriiiu any cause, etc.
None are eenuine unless the siirnntur .f .1
llaydock. as arcat for tbe llnited Males. nr.
rounds each box of I'llU. and Utntnuuit. A
liumlaoine reward Will lie iriven to anv on ren
dering such information us may lead to the
iicteciion ot any party or parties counterfeiting
tbe medicine or veuding the tumie, kuowini;
luem 10 nepurioii4.
ooiu at me limnutartorv m troiesor I tot.
I.OWAY & Co. , New York, and by all reie:tabl
druggists and dealers iu medicine thrniiKbout
the civilised world, in boxes at i" cntn, t.'J
cents and (1 each.
JJf- There is coBsldenble saving.by tMng the
Ittraer Mles .
i. H. Directions furllie guidance of patients
in ecry umoruerare aibxeu to eauli Dox.
Offloe, 112 Liberty St., New York.
RKW A II V F. HT IMKN t'.S Tit.
day at hnms. Ansnts wanted, tliufit
anu term tree. I lil t A t o., Auvn-U,
2 r-READY FOR AGENTS THE
ill KU'll lit 1.11 IKII 11 I J' .7 .V. . . . .W 1 1
A irranhic nen-nichirenf itshistnrv. irraml I, nil. I
ings, wonderful exhil-ita, turiositien, great days,
etc.. I'roliiselv illiistratisl. Ilmroiwlilr urmnlur
and very clieup. Is selling immensely. .r-,(l'
agents wanted. Send for full particulars. I his
is the chance of loo years to coin money fa.t.
Get the only reliable history. HUBBARD
hkutjUjKK, I'i cLiutitv, ,i; La saiie feireet,
s'AIITFfiV "ot leceived by Dremalnre
Vil I' XlUil books asiiiminc to hc"oluruil,"
ami K-inng what will happen in August and Kap
a week in your own town. Terms and
taoutitt iree. II. II A I.I kl. i it. iv,rt.
The Little Rock
and Fort Smith
O IX SALE
Farminir Lands. Crazino T.anrt.. Vniit l.m,i. v-;
Land, t oal Ijnds, W ood Lands, tonic I'rauie
Lands, Bottom Iand, and Upland?, on tenne
10 aaii xne purcneeer. Six per cent in
terei on deferred payments. Ten per cent dw
connt lor cash. For full pirticulars, mapi and
pampheli., apply to W. 1. SLACK. Land
9 r Btra Fius Mixed Carda, with name
w ly ., pwt aaiu. I.. .KINfcS l.O.
H1? il 77 Week lo Ain. Samples
5 tO J20 i1"'14" '""" Sample worth
ihuiu una iruveiuiir exp-ub
mill . i.r-m Uiimil 'i. i v. w a a r
y- KXTKA LINK t AKDS, no two alike, with
4-t name, III i ts. .1. K. IIAI'.liKlC, alaldeu
IfNCLOSI. Stump lo lir. Hode, llanlers
i llotue.Sl. Louis, Mo. lor anlire Articles as
liubiisheM in Cbrisiiuu Times.
Three thousand, I wo hundred and fifty dollars
worth ol newspar advertisinK, at publishers'
schedule r.ites, Klven lor ;oo, and a Ihree
months' note accepted iu ymeut from adver
tisers of resionsibiilty. A printed list, Kivinn
Name, Character, Actual Daily and Weekly Clr
cuuiion, and H.helule rate of AdvertisinK,
sent fn-e to any address. Aiiplvto (rt-oiie p.
Howell & Lo, Vewspar Advertising Aenls,
41 I'ark llow, N, Y.
T1,.L1 CTV 'o'!LUaloral newspaper
published iu tlie mnNl of Hie tJanbn of Ihe (v est
where lauds may be procured at t is. to i. n
la rucre. 'I he man ot whatever age, profession
or c.ipiul, can here make hit fortune.
Ihosecontciiii.luijnK a western home and com
petency, may U lhornU(?hly informed by U
coiniiiK subscribers to the Joi-mnai..
'I kisi (me year, i no; six moiilbs, 11 no:
I hive months, .'U.enls, postage laid.
Address T, b. Iloii iiKIss,
" ' - W IHEC I I V iu,
Whereas, on tbe Cth day of July, A. 1)., 1.-70
lletiry Mayu and lalharine Mayo, his wife'
executed and delivered to tile liudcltiKued f(Hr
tlie pui pose ol securing the payment ol'a certain
proiniaory hole therein mentioned, a Trust eed
l Ihe lollow iuk descrils-.l premises, to-wl I : '1 he
norUi-westiuarlerol the suulb-ta quarter aud
Die fcoulh-WeHloiiiii. r ,,( ,..ii.
and thetoulh halfof Ihe north-west iiaiter of
.... .,,, laI, ijuuiur, an ivmx auu liema; in
section seven, township alvtecn, ranue two, west
ol Hie third principal meridian iu Aleauder
nuniy, Illinois; aud whereas, default has been
luade iu ihe payment of suid noie. Now, there,
lore in pursuance ol the authority conferred bv
said trust deed. 1 will sell iliu l,oe. ,i...i..'i
premises at public vendue, to the big-heal bidder
for cash in baud, at Ihe court bouse door, in the
Nebraska Ahead !
The li. A M. Hallroail Co'aLandi! The bet-t
Aitrit-uiiutai ana Kock Cojntry
la America I
000D LAHDI IV A OOOD CLIMATE
LsOW firfAai I.nnr aPrAilir I AW 1uaA.
ana it roiguta. rrtfOiiuoii for Improvement.
re l'ki to Land btiytjia. JJ- yor fUii
PeUticulim. uddIt to It. A K m ca
, ." """" Aieauoer i omit) . Illinois,
tn Alouday, the Ktb day ol January, A. 1. IhT; '
belweeu the hours of ten o'clock a iu., and live
u clock p.m.,o vaid day, said sale to be without
redemption' Tiioiu Mahtain
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FEOH EXPLOSION
Safest, Cheapest and
Family Safeguard Oil.
Advantages of llaiae over
Some ix-rions, not fanilliar with oils, who
an analysis:, ask iby.
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil,
xtanilinr; U0 de?. Kire-Test llould be uaeil
ol 1H0 def. tct, cotlng lea to which we make answer a follows :
FLAINE Is taken out at a point in tho
benzine, and a dangeroua gas which is contained In all head-light anil kerosene oils,
and I lie yield ont of a given amount ol cnnl
higher tbiiiilhatol head-light. ELAINE is,
afe; whereas ordinary head-llxlit oils contain a great deal of para Sine, anil the ktfber
the tost the heavier they are and the more parafllne they contain. Tula excess of para-
ttine obstruct the w Irk, thus preventing to a great eitent the escape ol Ihe dangerous
a, and raiiting, in some -aea, those terrible eii.lo-ioc' which happen o freiieotl-.
'1 he co-t of Klaine ou .Street i'ua, taken
larpt t lines iu I'ltubiir, waa only 1 centi
Directions how to Test
;ce iljclh ib cid xr. re..
i , . i .
Take any common keroene or coal oil lamp on ace fit to use. Let It be clean, au J
da not ue a wick that has been used in any other oil. Kill the bawl with tlalae, auJ
arter lighting the lamp, uonrew the buruer and et lire i to Ui wick at tbe lower enJ,
and gradually immerse it In the bowl of the lamp j lutcad of tlie Elaine igniting, a
would be the case with ordinary oils.it w ill extlngulrh the flame ou the wUk a it enter
the oil ; then icrew the buruer light on the lamp, lilt it up and carry It aa a very care
lea p(-ron or child would, tide wijoior upalde down, and It will iuvariabir go out; or
upset it, :ti if by accident, and Ihe tame result will be accomplished. Then take the
wick and place it in a half pint measure or other open vessel hi led W itn Llaine, set one
end ou lire, and with a piece of wire, or a nail, move the burning wUk about in tbe oil.
Alter being latlihed that the Llatne will not igalie, remove the wick, and place it bon
ing upon a shovel or board, and when it is all iu a flame, pour the Elaine Irom th
measure or vessel upon the burning mans, and it will be immediately extinguished.
sure and pour plenty of Elaine upon the flame, or else the flame being the trocxest, wiD
con mine the oil just a water U consumed when a house 1 on Cro.
Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South and
West of Cairo.
For restoring Gray Hair (o
Us natural Vitality and Color.
which Is at
ing the hair.
Faded or gray
hair is soon
restored, to its
original color, with
freshness of vouth.
tht gloss and
Chickened, falling hair checked, and
baldness often, though not always,
cured by its use. Nothing can re
Btore the hair where the follicles are
destroyed, or the gland atrophied
and decayed. But such as remain
can be saved for usefulness by this
application. Instead of fouling the
hair with a pasty eediment, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray or falling olf,
and consequently prevent baldness.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some prepara
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, the Vigor can only benefit
but not harm it. If wanted merely
nothing clso can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, it does not soil white cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre aud u
r RX PAR ED BY
Dr. j. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mau.,
JYcriaf at Analytic! CktmUf,
OLD BY ALU DRUCOUTS ITIITWUU.
IN ADVEETISINQ. ,
Three thousand, two hundred and fifty dollar
Worth of uewspauer advertising, al kuibliaher'
raUs. given fur S7oo, and a three mouths' uia
ccepleti in payment from advertisers of rvapoD
ibility . A uriuhai list, giving naiiia. character,
cttuai ilailr and weekly circulation aad schedule
tea of advertising, aent free to any addresa.
Aiply to Oeo. P. ItuwaU A KewapapM
AdveiliaioK A grots, 41 f ark Row, N. T,
h 8 8
Best Light Known !
have not the ttuia or loctloatlon to mako
in preference to the ordinary headlight oils,
distillation, where it If Iree from paraffink,
oil Is very stn:iil, which make tbe cost
aa claimed, non-exilolve and perfectly
from an average of one year, ou one of tn
per inht for two light per ear.
& Curious Good Thing
That roorts I DTSstltalioD ;
Tbat eeaguert vrsjudlee.
it rvmmm aix
i'ese atBMl Aarawlsi
Iyapiiisla. Taralsl Llr,
HcaaeWW, IAsv laflis, 1
raiaia la Baark maial
tbsm mm mmmms saisira ai
pi Llvsw atasl laSHastlsi
isa siMiiaa; smssi a
la aisdioatsd with sffcrtlve cemaoands. Cares Vr
absorptiou, actiaa oa iha liver and slomaea iBioisOi
etair, takiec from ilia sysUai tsry ta'tuls o( Mala
ria aud Uiuuus poison.
Pa. D. W. Faiacaita :
I Ukselsasurs tn testlfTlng that tloloiaD'a Ague
Pad baa cared an. aromiiilT and cBectuaUr, of tbe
chills, and. lu addition to this, It baa aarsMasBll
cured bis ol a tos,id Ktiun of thalirer, vhlcb baa
subjected me to periodical bilious attacks; aud. as
a coussqueace, I am now enjoyine" betlar aeaiili iliaa
I lisvs fur twelve rears.
joairu b. taosNTON.
Assistant fosliuaaur, tiiaciaaati. O.
tol. Tborntou is wall snow a as tlie com aiaud.r ot
aa ludiaua alagiuisut iu tbe war with the Ueafedsr
ataa. Price 2. Will send bf mail whsn drn(lsts do not
ksep tbsui. Hnd fur book coutainine much valuable
iuluruiatioa about tbis wouderful curative.
Dr. D. f . FaMilJ, mi., Eicillill, 0.
Lfk ever thin
AMD AfiQB a all
Ihina ealnakle. BOLMAH'S VIVKR
AND LIVIlt PAIM, that have stood
ttielr aAcacv. afaa
AND IMITATIO by eluassy saplrtoa, and uud.r
otbor aaiuse. joasa are daadlr poison, others uu
Uttarlhaaso asuch saw dust. THV ABC HAak
r KAUbM : goltaa upto sell oa the ran utetiou ol lbs
(uuiua. Bill NOefrBtTBOLMAJ', SAeWKti
118 PKTIJaV AND KIOtiATCKC Ibereb, atvU-
lug Oisapaolatuiaat aud luiposiuoa.
Dealer m Fresh M
, .... '
Mvni WMblBsraoa aad OoauaroU
'' Awanaas, tMUoialav luay i.
TT-pKPS for aele the beat Bear, Perk. Uuttoa
XV. Val, Unit, 8aaace, As . and li tir
read ft eerve famlliea ia aa aeoetUble lutoe