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CYRUS 8. OSEBLY. Editor.
Tho Indiana Democrats to Meet
in Misf Convention
Tbtf InvBitlffmting Committee and
. , the Louitiana Return
. ing Board.
Wad Hampton Inaugurated Gov
ernor of fcouth Carolina-
The Domocratio National Commit
tee Announoe the Election of
Tilden and Hendricks.
Zack Chandler Issues a Character
The People' Victory.
prrtr?s or Tim DrtocRiic commit-
. ! ... TkK.
Washington, IVc. 11 The following
congratulatory ,Mrei wae Hnpil to
Hoovs or National Dkm. Com., )
Washington, Ih-o. IS, iSTii. t"
To the Taopln of tho Unite J sutet:
The National Democratic committee
announce as the result of the presidential
election held on the Till of .Novembers
the election of Samuel J. Tilden, of New
York, as president, and Thos. A. Hend
ricks, ol Indiana, vice-president of the
I nited States. We congratulate 3-011 on
this victory tor reform. It now only re
mains for the two houses of cons-res?, in
the ertormancc of their duty on tho sec
ond Wednesday in February next, to
give eflect to the will of the people thus
expressed and constitutionally made by
a majority of the electoral votes, anil con
firmed by a majority of all the states, as
wr 11 as by an overwhelming majority of
all the people of the United Slates. By
order of the executive committee.
.Signed Abram S. Hewitt.
FftF.DEMCK O. Trinck, Secretary.
KACH. MHST BK DRI'NK AGAIN.
Wasih.vgto.x, Dec, 13. Chnudler has
issued the following :
"An address has to-iiiht been Issued
by the Democratic committee. It Is the
last desiderate attempt to prop a failing
cause. Governor Hayes has been fairly
elected by a clear majority ol the elec
toral vote. There is no indication that
any right-minded citizen has any doubt
as to the result. The address of the Dem
ocratic committee is an Impudent and
audacious attempt to prejudice and per
vert the public judgment. Hayes and
Wheeler are elected and the will of the
American people will be carried out and
maintained. . .
Signed "Z. C'iiaxdi.kk,
"Chairman Republican National Com
mittee." ImUhma Arouaed.
THE DEMOCRATS DETKRMIXI.D TO KK III,
DKV AND HKXDRICKS IXArUCRATED.
Indianapolis, Dec. 13. The Demo
cratic r-Ute central committee met here
to-day, pursuant to the request ol the
Democratic electors, to consider the po
litical situation. Quite anumber of prom
inent politicians, including Gov. Hend
ricks and the state officers, were pres
ent, In addition to a representative from
each congressional district.
IX-CONURKSSMAX .ll l.IAX,
Who had been to Louisiana, being
culled upon, gaye liiV opinion that the
t-lection in that state had been as quiet
and peaceable as in Indiana, and that Til
den hid carried that state overwhelm-
. ingly. He hoped the Democracy would
have pluck enough to t-tand tip for their
rights and meet the crisis now. lie was
tisfled we shall have no war.
Governor Her.dricks was called on for
his views, but the chairman reminded the
meeting of the Impropriety of one so ht
onalty Interested speaking at this time.
A resolution was then adopted calling
a convention ot the people, regardless of
past political opinions, at rath county
eat on Dec. 23, to select and instruct
delegates to assemble in state convention,
at Indianapolis, on January 8, to con
sider public affairs, and take such action
as will secure a full execution of the con
stitution and laws. A committee being
appointed to prepare an address to the
people, a recess was taken until three
o'clock. The day named tor the state
convention is the inauguration day ot
THE COMUlTTfK's ADDRESS.
At 3 o'clock the committee presented
the following address which was adopted
and copies ordered to be sent to the ra
tional and several state committee-:
An address to the people of Indiana.
At a meeting of the Democratic central
committee, held this day, it waa unani
mously resolved that a meeting of the
people of the several counties ol the stalw
Le held at the county aeats on Saturday,
lecuiber 23, ls70, lor the purpose ol
considering the present condition of pub
lie affairs, and ol giving proper expres
sion to their views, and lor the further
purpose of appointing delegates to astute
oiiventlou to be held at the city
of ludiaimpolin, .Monday, January
, ls77. In railing upou the people to
respond to the actiuii of the committee
it la proper to state the occasion which
wasdwmed sufficient to authorize and
require it. Samuel J. Tilden and
Thomas A. Hendricks have been elected
respectively t0 the office of present and
vice president of tho United State. This
election has been In accordance with the
floncUttitiou and laws of our country
and by tb expressed will ol a majority
exceeding one quarter ol a million of
the voter ol the laited States. This
action was upon an Issue, distinctly
tual before the people, of economy and
reform in all the affairs ot government.
The maintenance ot tho constitution and
the law ; fair play and honesty, ami the
highest Interest of ibe people unite in the
demand that they
MALI. BK l-NACOl RAI ED
in pursuant of their election. TbU is
proven uot only to Democrat but to Ue
pubhcaui. All citizen who voted for
theta demand their inauguration a a
light, aud all who voted aauM them
owe It a a duty. American honor rej
quire it, the ttubllity of our institu
tions demands it. There is
now a combination very for
miJahle and reckless to prevent the legal
results ot the election, and to place men
In the high offices who hive not been
pfceted to them, aud thereby to defeat the
changes nml reforms which all classes of
society and all the great industrial and
commercial IntereHl? of the country so
much require. They httc reported to re
turning boards, party machinery hereto
fore unknown In national politics, pow
erless for good, but pregnant with evil.
They threaten to depart from the estab
lished usage In counting the electoral
vote by withholding from the people's
representatives their constitutional pre
rogative of participating in the decision ot
questions that may arise in the progress
of the count, and by clothing one man
with the power of allowing and exrlud
ing votes, and thereby controlling the
presidential election. The purpose of
this dangerous conspiracy must be de
tested. The right a? declared atthebal.
lot-box must be respected and main
tained. As was said of -Mr. Lincoln's
election, the people that can elect a man
are strong enough to place him In his of
fice. Our army must not be used to
place either governors or presidents, in
office who have not been elected, (t is
revolution and its accomplishment will
disturb tho foundation of our institutions
and endanger the cause of free govern
ment it?elf. We cannot maintain our
Institutions If the people allow
their choice and will, as expressed in pur"
suance of I w, to le defeated by Iraud
and force. The committee, therefore,
call upon the people without respect to
party, who make our country's welfare
paramount to every other consideration ;
all who say that the vote of the people
shall not be deieated by fraud, and all
STAND 111 FAltt 1'I.AY
And honesty, to meet at, their county
seats on the day mentioned, aud to make
an expression ol the popular judgment
that can not be disregarded even by the
most abandoned and reckless enemies of
our institutions, and to appoint men as
their delegates to the state convention on
tho Sth of next month who will fearlessly
and prudently make such declaration,
and take such vote as will give our state
her proper position and influence in
maintaining constitutional government,
and the rights and liberties of the peo
After resolution inviting Hon. G. W.
Julian to address the convention, par
ticularly as to the nction of the returning
board in Louisiana, and inviting D. W.
Voorhees to present the legal status ol
the presidential questions to the conven
tion, the committee adjourned.
Illi: RKTl'RM.NU BOARD 8T1I.L ItKlTSKS.
New Orleans, Dec. 13. Wells of the
returning board was before the congres
sional committee to-day. Ho declined
answering questions, denying the author
ity of the committee to Interrograte him
as to returning board matters. Mi. Mor
rison said they would not press the ques
Governor Wells stated that il the com
mittee would employ clerks, in addition
to the clerical force of the board, all the
papers could soon be copied and with
them tho committee would have all the
Information as to the vote cast in the
state, and the evidence which prompted
the action of ttie board.
Other members of the returning board
were notified that they would he exam
ined hereafter. Other witnesses were ex
amined as to the late election, but noth
ing new or startling was developed.
AITOINTMKXT OF Sl B-rOMMIi l EKS.
New Orleans, Dee. 13, U p.m. The
chairman appointed the following nub
committees : To be located at Shreve
port, for the adjoining parishes Meade,
Democrat, of New York, chairman;
House, Democrat, Tennessee; Danforth,
Republican, Ohio. At Monroe, for Oua
chita and adjoining parishes McMahon,
Democrat, Ohio, chairman ; IIoss, Demo
crat, New Jersey; Crapo, Kepubllean,
Massachusetts. Tor Baton ltnuge and
adjacent parches New, Democrat, In.
dlan a, chairman ; Jieebe, Democrat. New
York, Joyce, Republican, Vermont. For
parishes adjacent to New Orleans
Blackburn, Democrat, Kentucky ;
IMielps, Democrat, Connecticut; Hurl
but, Republican. Illinois. The general
committee with headquarters at New
Orleans Morrison, Democrat, Illinois,
chairman; Jenks, Democrat, J'eunsyl
vanla; Townend, Republican, JVnny!
vania. The date for the departure of the sub
committee is not decid 'd. They will not
leave, however, until copies ol the re
turning board records have been obtained.
I ll l.illle l Ilk hum ,.
A ai-EKl'H BY IKTl'RMMI HOARD IIAV1 S.
Iatvo0., Dcc.13. Governor Hayes
was serenaded In the city this evening,
at the house of a liiend whom he was
visiting. F.arly In the evening a salute
of 15 gnus was tired, and a concourse of
fully a thousand people gathered about
the house with music uud flags. The
governor responded :
My friend. I will not detain vu loiter
than four or five minutes. I am here on
a abort visit to your beautiful city of
Dayton, not on any political mission" ot
to talk on any of the political questions
Of the remarkeblo canvas that has just
been closed. I understand these green
ings here to-night, are not so much in
honor of myself as on account of tho pe
euliar interest that is lelt in the present
condition of the country. lu the excite
ment that ha crvadcd before and since
the election, people ol nrdent teropera
menu have said aud done things that are
Indiscreet, but as the excitement subsides,
we begiu to return to our
better wisdom and Judgment. I have too
much tiiilh In the saving couunou seune
ol the American people to think they de
sire to ce lu their country a Mexican.
Ized government. Whatever may be the
result at whkh the lawful aulhorltic
fcliall arrive, you and I will quietly sub
wit, and 1 have mffident repect aud
confidence lu the great majority m the
opposite pnrtv to believe that rttey will
do the same, I wns glad to see In a pnper
this evening nu article from tic London
T!ir respecting the condition ot this
country. Such it state of nflalr. it nl.l,
eould not oecjir anywhere else In the
world. The entire area of the country
agitated by the nncerta'n Issue of the po
litical conflict, yet not one shot tired, and
not one man killed; no breaches of I lie
pence. We have seen in this rentennitd
year the wonders of our growth dis
played in the exhibition ot agricultural
and mechanical ai ts, and we are now af
forded an opportunity ol gi ing to the
world an example of the value of a re
publican government. In speaking to
you this evening I have referred without
previous thought to what ninl have oc
curred to every os.e ol us standing here ;
and I take my leave of you with a most
sincere acknowledgment ot this expres
sion of your friendship and good w ill.
W HAT WAS DONE YESTERDAY.
Columbia, S. ('., Dec, 13. The Demo
cratic house to-day pased a resolution
to count the votes lor governor and lieutenant-governor
to-morrow at 2 p.m.,
and the resolution was communicated to
There was another ballot for I'nited
States senator by the Democrats to-day,
which resulted In no choice. The senate
and Republican house in joint session
declared the election of Corbin n I'nited
T1IK I I.ORIDA INVKS1 KiATIO.V.
Tallahassee, Fla., Dec. 13. -The con
gressional committee to-day divided into
two committees, the Hepublienns voting
against the division. The siib-cotnmit-tces
will leave for theatern counties
The supreme court will render a de
cision '.in the mandamus cae this
I'lie Roiiibllritna PrenriiikT tor VVnr.
Secretly. Mleully ami iwitily."
(Chicago Times' Special.)
Washington, Dee. 12. Unexpected
out-cropping ot the presidential fight in
dicate that the workers in it have been
tar-seelng from the first. The evidences
coming to hand daily tend to show that
there was no hazzard and that nothing
was lelt to accident of chances either in
the counting of the three southern states
or the operations necessary to make that
point of the conspiracy a success. There
is the very best evidence coining to hand
here that a presidential plan is now go
ing into actual operation for secretly
arming tho partisans of the Grunt ad
ministration In every Republican
congressional district in the United
States. The work is done
SECRETLY', SILENTLY, AND SW II TI.Y.
The plan is to make custom-houses or
government offices the rendezvous for
the leaders In the movement, and the
outward show, so far as the citizens can
detect, Is to be that onty of a continua
tion of the political organizations which
originated during the election contest.
The settled nucleus of this formidable
body Is the Grand Armv ot the llepublie,
led by such warriors as John A. Logan,
O. O. Howard, Gen. Butler, Gen. Hanks,
and the political school of generals who
made more ol partisanship than of valor
during the lat war. The measures for
the mobilization ol
these m mii:ih:i mm :
Have been taken with consummate s
crccy, and skilled agents of the leading
conspirators have been at work since the
assemblage of the returning boards hi
the southern states, noiselessly inspiring
and directing trusted officials in every
community. Thus districts represented
by Democratic congressmen are to send
their quota into districts represented by
Republican congressmen, w here arms of
the most Improved pattern and stores of
ammunition are to be accumulated
.Meanwhile the party press, licginning
even as early as to-day, are inspired to lay
all these preliminaries of warlike prepai -ations
at the door of the D uiocr&ts and
churc them with preparing
THE I IKl llllAND OT WAR.
The accuracy of these outline? may be
judged from the fact that several commu
nications upon tho snbject intended only
lor the friends of the conspirators in con
gress have fallen hi the way of members
who were opposed to extreme measures
and were greatly shocked by this evi
dence of sinlter premeditation on the
part of men who are crying fraud against
the Tilden partisans.
( Iittiirery holier.
Slate of Illinois, County of Alexaudi-r.
Circuit Court of Alexriu1ei Counl), Jkii-
usry Term, A. !., It77.
William W. lltiey Kuxcue lUraj'tity.
l.onisiMinc Usrubiy, William II. little, Al
cindait. C.nle, 1 atliuriue dale, .la.ul, II.
luirougli and Hubert I.. WiUou, in Chan
cery. Altiiluit of i lie nciD-resideuce of
Kufreue Garaghty, l.oulsianue linrughty,
William 11. (iule, Alcindu It. (Jala audi utb
arine (iale, Jacob il. BurrougU aud l!obrt
1.. Wilson, ttin dclendantt altove tiamtd,
having beeu tiled Id the ottice ot the Clerk
of mid Circuit Court of Alexauder County,
notice Is hereby giveu to the ald lion-reai-(1.
lit defendant, that the complainant fllud
hi bill of couiplaiut In mid Court on the
Uunccry side thereof on the 'JJd day of
November, A. !., ImIo, uud thnt a numinous
thereupon isaued out of kaid Court aain.t
tiitld defendants, returnable on the tirsl
Monday of January, A. I'., 1;;, as U hy
Now, therefore, unless you, the satd uou
roidant detendauu, shall personally he and
appear helore tbe nuid Circuit Court of Al
exauder County on tbe lirt day ol the uext
Term thereof, to he liohleu at the court
bouse iu thecily of ( airo, in kald coiiQIy.mi
the first Monday ot Jauuary, A. !., l77,
aud plead, au-wer or demur to the said
complaisant' hill ot complaint the same,
and the niatttii aud thing there
in charged and stated, will be
taken a couletsed, and a decree entered
against you according to the prayer of said
KICl'HlCN ti. YOCl'M, Clerk.
Complainant' Solkltoi '
Cairo. Nov. 8i, A. !., l7u. oaw-4w
SKMl i 2V u. V. UOWKIX Jt ( CI., Kew
loik, for I'ailjphlrl of I'Ai m?n, contsioing
luiaol aun nwswr. aut r-nuiaiw iIiowiuk
COM Of Kllriikiliy.
rHTY YKAUS MEEWiU IU H'MLJU
DR. C. 1ICLANE'S
SYMPTOMS of worms.
rPHE countenance is pato and
X loaden-colorcd, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull j the pupilsclildtc ; 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; occaiion.il headache, with hum
ming or thiobbing of the ears; an
unusual sedition of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnaw ing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pain
in the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
a; timer, costive ; stools slimy; not
u.ifrc.'Kiitly tinged with blood;
bMly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sornctimesdry and convulsive;
unea-y and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the toeth ; temper Vaiia
Me, bat pnir.-'Hy irritable, &c,
Vli'.r ..ver the ubeve r.ymptom i ,
are found to exist,
i)c'.. c. mlam;s vermifuge
ill certainly die. t a cure.
IT DoKS NOT (ONfVt fciLiiCTRV
in any form ; it is an innocent ivpj
ivit ion. ; 7Aj..V of dohigthe siir.'if
i t iiiiOy A' ,he tiunt A udcr infa.it.
The genuine Dk. MVI,am:'s Vlh
Mirt .k bears the siLn:itures of C.
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Address UTTI.K A ii AY. Uoston.
yM. K. SMITH
Physician Sl Snre-eon.
Olllce lu Wmler'a lllock. corner Seyenlh aud
Comimrclal Avenue, (eutrau. 00 eeveuthl.
lleaideute Ihirtethlli atrvel, wtt OlWaehinnton
Mark These .Facts.
The Testimony of the bu" W01M.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS
"I had no appetite t Hullowv's fiUiraveine
hesrty one" t
'Voiir Pills are inarTPloitf."
'I send for auolhet kox, and keep I htm lu lie
Dr. Itolloway La emed tuv headache Ihid
"I rave nne ol your fills lo my batw lor rhol
enrnorbiia the dear little ihiug ot well in a
"My tiauteaaf a momma; n'now curerl "
' out box of llolloway a Ointment cured me
of noises In the head. I mblied ome ol your
Oin tment 1h hi ud the ears , and the noine has left .' '
famu'y.'"'e "! ' Want one ,or ,'oot
thl'Vrrr.'T0 d,'nr y,,r lric l r. cents, but
the medicine to me ia worth ndnihtr "
.Send me ile lioxes or your I'tlis
lt me have three boxes of your Tills by re.
turn mail, for chill and Fever "
7.1 haveover2i such testimonials asthese, but
want of space con ls me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,,
And all eruptions of the skin, this Ointment ia
most invaluable It don not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with the most searching
eOects to the very root of the eyil.
Invariably cure the following diseases "
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases aflecting these organs, whether
tnpv AfwrntA In,. miiAh aw . . . n n..i-
........ ... . , uitiv wHicr: or
w hether they lie alllicted with stone or Rrarel , or
with aches and pains settled in the loins over the
regions or Ihe kidneys, these I'llk should be ta
ken according to the printed directions, and the
Ointment shnnbl lv w..u i.ni.iio.1 ii v.A .mii .. .
; " ........... m .... niii.ii vi
the lai'k at bed time. This treatment will piye
auiioti unmeniaie reuei wnen all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eflectvially Improve the
1,1 me aiMiiiacu as inese 1 his; iney remove
nil acidity ncc.aioned either bv intemperance r
improper diet. They reach the liver and reduce
CillUS in Cases ofstlttsm in fact thnv nov-i. ruil in
curing all disorders of the liver and stnmarh.
mui.i.iiwai'h I'li.us are the best known in
the World for the ftilluve line , a.".
Asthma, llilious Complaints, lllotchea on the
i-Kiu, ixiweis, onsumptlon, lieoility, Hropsy,
i.ysrniery, r.rysipeias, r enisle irregularities
r evers of sll L InilH. h'ita . li.tnl lfn,la..i.a i,n.
vestion. Intlammiitinn. .taurilir Ik..' ( v,
piainti, i,unitigo, , riles, icheumatism. Keten-
inm vi urine, ncroiuia or Kings r.vii, fore
Throats, Stone and .ravel, Tie-DoHlourenx,
nimors, 1 icers, worms 01 fall kinils, W eaknei.1
Irom any cause, etc
None are genuine unless the signature of J
llaydoek, as ageat for the I nited States, .sur
rounds each box of I'ills, and Ointment. A
han'tsome rewanl will be given to any one ren
dering such information us nur leml in th.
detection of any party or parlies counterfeiting
the medicines or vending the satue, knowing
inein 10 oe ipurious.
noi at the nuiuilactorr or Frofessor Ilni.
t.ow av A Uo. , New Vovk, and by all repectablu
druggists and dealers in medicine throiipboiit
Ihe civilized woild, in Ixixes at 2" cent", ti
rents and tl each.
f J-Thei-e la con.-idi nble saving by taking the
N. B. Directions for the guidance of palieuts
in every disorder ure ailn.-d to each box.
Ofllce, 112 Liberty St., New York.
U i day at home. Agents wanted. Outfit
Pl4 ami terms free. 'I HL'h A CO., Augusta,
S t3-READY FOR AGENTS THE
A graphieiien-pictureof itsht-tory, grand build
ings, wonderful exhibits, curiosities, great days,
etc.. frolusely illustrate.1, thoroughly popular,
ami very cheap. Is helling. immensely, -,(h)
agenU wantett. Send for full particulars. This
is the eaanee of bjo years to Coin mooer fast.
let the only reliable history. HUBdABI)
BROTHERS, Pliili-iimi.-, :)i La tin lie Mrvel,
P AlITffiV e tIvd by premature
vVll llUil boots assuming lo iK'-'olBcial,"
and Wiling what wul hap)wn in Atteust and Sep
tember. VlHIi 5 wwk 111 ",lr ow" t'lwn. 'lerms and
Out) f'.oiitut free. II. 11 1M.KT & ., Port
The Little Rock
and Fort Smith
- - II s- -
JP O 3FL SI -A. JLm 33
Farming Land, Clrajing Lands, Fruit LarnK Vine
Lamls, ( OilLandi. S ood Lands Some 1'raiiie
Lands, liottom LamU, and L'plands, on teriua
to suit the purchaser. Six pr cent in
terest on delerted payments. Ten per cent di;
count for cash, lor full parucuUrv, map, and
pamphclis, apply to W. D- SLACK. --nd
Coniiiusviner l.illle Jtock, Arkaie.s.
eJC Ex tra Fine Mimed Carda, with name
m W IO ota., pot paid. I.. .UiNKS 4 1 il
Nansait, . V ,
$55 to $77rIk,V;-,J..1
. VICKF.KV, .u.
$5 tO $20 V?r',14yuUl0m' Sampii a worth
JJ IU spsiU t.-jlri.fc MiS'iiXi lii , Po.t-
U" VTF1 1 Mr" to ,'" '" Merchant., t i "
-lil I lsl luunth and traveling expense
jiaid. htni Manul gt o., St. Louis, Mo.
KVTICA I INK ( VUIS no two alike, with
4'i name, III i-. .1. K HAftHFIt, Maiden
Tv.StLioK ?liiiiii 10 llr. Dixlge, Ino.ters
Is Uotee, St. I.ouin, Mo. tor anlire Am. les as
pubii.-l.td iu t hristiuu Times.
Three thousand, two hundred and tlfty dollar)
worth of newspaper advertising, at iiibliniiers '
schedule mtes, given for $7uo, and a three
months' note aceentetl in payinent from adver
tisers of responsibility. A printed lit, giving
Name, haracur, Actual Daily und Wet-kly Clr
cuUtiou, and Sr.lKslnle rules of Advertising,
sent tn 1 1 auv address. Apply to (.eotve I'.
."o 'ewxpaiier Adveiti.-ing Agents,
11 I'ark Itow, N. V. or,
!?" M" f 'TV dot axAt is a local newspiiiier
pitlilished in the riiuiwt of Ihet.arden ol the W est
where lands niay lie procured at I is to in (,u
tll-r Hit., 'I 1 1 u ...bn ,.t .....
r .r. -..- nn.icirr proiession
or capital, can here make his fortune.
nose contemplating a western home and com
netencv. niuv lu, ii.,.,..,i.i . .
CAiiiung siibncnbers to the J01 knai..
aims: (me vw,r, t isi; Si months, i fi:
Three months, sirtiils, islageiiu.
l"-M Uke Lily, Uws.
UtlLl.d .... .I.u C.l. 1..,.. . .. ...
......., .... i.i unj ui .liny, ,. l I-.7II
ll.-nry Mayo and Catharine Mayo, his
execuml aud delivered lo Ihe undersigned for
the purpose of securing the )utvment of a certain
proiniaory note therein mentioned, a Trust Ik.mI
to lllf l.tll.iu tnu ,lU.n.il.u.l I ..... ....
.... ., ,u0 ... ,,n u ,ivui,t;if , ,o-wj 1 ; 1 ne
Sort 1-WeMl lill.rt-r nl II... ...... ... . . .
the soiilh-west quarter of Ihe north east ouarter
7. i,,m uoiui-wesi ouarter of
tile north -ens! niiirt,v nil l.-i.... u..,i 1 ,
1 ...uk mill, IJriUlf in
aeclioii seven township aivtwn, range two, west
, ..... rNt wi iii.-iiuiau iu Aienanuer
oiiniv, Illinois; and whereas, default has beeu
made in the payment ol said uoie. .Vow, there,
lore in pursuance of the authoiity eonlerre.1 bv
aaid trust ded, I will sell the aliove descrilieil
premises t public vendue, to the highe,,! bidder
for cash 111 hand, at Ihe court house door, in the
city of C uno in said Alexander Countv, Illinois.
; n Mouday. the mi, day ol January , A. I Is;;
.- .. .... ........ ... - tB s ,u. n,j nyt
o clock p.m., ol said ilay , said sale to be without
redemption Thomas Martaim
Nebraska Ahead !
Tlic 11. A. M. Hallroad C.q' l.an.U ! Tha best
Agricultural and PtocW Co jutry
In America !
GOOD LANDI IV A 0000 CLIMATE
tow price. I.oiw Credit. Low Fare
and Freighta. Premiums for Improvements
r rea J'ass to Land liuyeri. tJT For full
particulart, apply to B. A . . , t o.,
A POSITIVE PROTECTION FROM EXPLOSION
Safest, Cheapest and Best Light Known !
T H E.
Family Safeguard Oil.
AdvantagDn ot lm over ok Oils.
"xiiue pcTions, not familiar with oils, w bo nave not the tune or inclination to make
au analysis, ask why
Elaine, the Family Safeguard Oil,
standing l&o deg. Fire Test ahould be ueed in preference to tbe ordinary beadliijlit oil,
of l?n iUmt. trt, posting less to wtuVh We make auswef as follows :
ELAINE is taken out at a point in tbe distillation, where It ii free from pahahtne,
BKN7.IM, and a dangcroua ga which i contained In all head-light and kerosene oils,
ami the yield out of given amount off rude oil l very small, which makes tbe cost
higher than that ot head light. ELAINE ia, as claimed, non-eTplontve and perfectly
afe; whereas ordinary head-right oila contain a great ileal or parafflne, and tbe higher
tho teet the heavier thry are and the more paraftlne they rontaia. This oxcesa of para
fine obstru.-is the wick, thus preventing to a great etent the eieape of Ihe dangerous
L'as, and euing, In some cases, those terrible explosions will, b happen ao frequently.
Tbe cost of Elaine on htreet Lara, taken from an average of one year, on one of the
laixevt Hues in ntttburg. was only 1 J rente per mght for two lights per far.
Directions how to Teat
xe ;cd jlx ;; icsr xb od :; id.
Take any eoiiiinon kerosene orroal oil lamp you see fit to uo. Let it be cltao. and
do not use a wick that lias been tf-ed In any otber oil. Fill the l.ew'l w itb Elaine, aud
after lighting the lamp, un-crew the burner and net tire to the wick at the lower eud,
and gradually imtneree it in the bowl of the lamp ; Instead of the Elaine Igniting, a
w ould be the case with ordinary oils.it will eitingubh the llane on the wick at it enter
the oil ; then icrew the burner tight on the lamp, lilt it up and carry It a a very rare,
lees person or child would, aide way or upaide clown, and ft will invariably go out ; or
upset it, us if by accident, and Ihe lame rcsu't will be accomplished. Then Uke the
wick and place it in a half pint measure or other open vessel filled with Elaine, art one
end on lire, and with piece of wire, or a nail, move the burning wick about la the oil.
Alter belug satisfied that tbe Elaine will not Ignite, remove the wick, aud place il burn
ing upon a iihovel or board, and when it is all in a flame, pour the Elaiae from the
measure or v ease I upou the burning nia and It will be tmmediaUlj eitingulsbed. be
sure and pour plenty of Elaine upon the dame, or elce the flame being the strougeM. will
consume the oil iust a water ia consumed w ben a bou-e is on lire.
Exclusive Agents for Southern Illinois, and
the adjacent country South and
West of Cairo.
For restoring Gray Hair to
its natural Vitality and Color.
which U at
ing the hair.
Faded or oray
hair is soon
restored to its
oriainal color, with
the qloss and
freshness cf vouth.
Chickened, falling hair checked, and
baldness otien, thougn not always,
cured bv its use. Nothing can re
store the hair where tho follicles ara
destroyed, or the glands atrophied
and decayed. But such as remain
can bo caved for usefulness bv this
application. Instead of fouling the
hair with a pasty sediment, it will
keep it clean and vigorous. Its
occasional use will prevent the hair
from turning gray r falling off,
ana consequently prevent Dtuunesn.
Free from those deleterious sub
stances which make some tirenara-
tions dangerous and injurious to
the hair, tho Vigor can only benefit
but not harm it. If wanted merely
for u ,
nothing else can be found so desir
able. Containing neither oil nor
dye, St docs not soil white cam
bric, and yet lasts long on the hair,
giving it a rich glossy lustre and a
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mast.,
Prmttieal a4 AnalytUml Ch$mUt,
tOUi BT ALU tRl'CaWTii EVIBTWMB.
JSQQO Caa't tie mane hy every agent
ery month iu the buaineaa we
furnish, but those willing to work caa eaaily
earn a duxeu dollars a day right in their own lo
cal ilia. Have uo room to explain here, Husi
nesa pleasant and honorable, Worueo. boys
aud Kills du aa well as men. We will luruish
you a coiuulela outnt free, Th busiurae y-betu-r
than anything else. We will bear ex
pense of starting you. Particular fisa. Write
and see, farmer aad mechauiee, their eons
and daughter, and all classes in need of payinc
work at borne, should write to ns au eara all
about the work at oncss. Kow ia the lime
Don't delay, Address 'Ittvn A ( o. August a,
A Curious Good Thing
lliat coortslavsstlfttlbbi "
Thai teaqiMre r.juuii. ,
IT CUBES ALL
rr svaMl Atreie la every Kara,
ll;.Mla, -Irl4 Llr.
11 sadM br, Llr C'asiatw, M
ralaalaatia. atark aaellMi
fasM aae asaa
BIO Llvrr ss ldle4lan.
lo doalaar ae eaatlasMd.
Is msdicatad with eftectlT coaiponads. Carss tT
abaorptiou, actlne u I lis liver and stoaiach lmmsJi
alely, taking from tli sjttiu stsrr parlicl oi Mala
ria and Bilious joison.
Da. P. W. Faiacarrtn :
I taksplsa.urs In tcstifrtn that Ttcileian's 4tu
Tad has carad ana, Broniptit aud tflscluallr, of tLs
chills, and, la addition to this, it has aatBaaaatly
cured m ota tospid action of tba livsr, whkh aa
sutusctadma lo arlodical bilious attack ; aad.
a constuuouea. I an Bow sajoyiag bailor baalta lbs
I hats fur Iwslve isars.
JuSKPU U. f BORNTUN,
Aseislaal Poataiaatar, Unrlnaatl, O.
Cot. TWrntou is sll kuoaraas tlis coramaudar of
an ludiaua Kf luteal la lha war with las Ceatdr
Pries 12. Will wad br mail whan drae elate da aot
kr.-, ttism. Scad for Book coutaialua Much talaahla
iuturmaUoD about this ouderlul carativa.
Dr. D. W. FaircLuld, Prop., Cincinnati, 0.
Like evsrj thine Talaable. BOLII AM'S VBVEK
AMD AUUS AMD LlVKllrAOe, thai ha stood
th tst for rsara, with a national rafutatiou K-r
ANU IMITATED by cluaisr ematrica, aud audsr
other mum. aosse are daadlraoisoa, oihsr no
bsttsr tbaa ae sauch saw dust. TBBT ABB BBt
U4 U Dc i eottaa ufto sell oa th reaatat loa of tb
esuulua. Bill- BOsTa BUT HOLM AS a, BIABIKU
II Id Hc'TUBI AMD bIOMATCBI. th-rsbr avoid
tu disappoluiuisat aad buaoalUoa.
1ilrty yrseapsrlsnre ! the
at. B-orin. bio.
roulii Dlaaasaa ulb.sh ,,.
Ar. MLTTM' BarrianHBlds.
A Phjrsioloaioal View orMsrruae
msrrisas, aa the mr ' ni'-
Um u2 (ke urM kuruMUMOl yuutk.
th married ai.4 inoM eoi'i"'
lu trnvairrssJini. hich .Usuld hskeBt aiuisr kaik suj
key. S. Ml uimI, r loiMleU. H ,
A VUIVATK MBDIOAL TUATIBB oa all disesM
of riVU Mstule iukoth srsw. th. sIhik. sad li
o'r.STlliSS .. U.emjusgls..UIH.s
u us ruirraviiuih ..uluiuUresal tursl.ts.
iiVmc AIAatvlOa m aesual aad Chreal. Diwassa,
fM Htinal W ks. Ceurrh, Caao.r, ftuulur., lite tlbium
ll.bit. ae., eMese werk ml uads. awl tor lu eu. AU
tare kswka suuisiuiaa 4eo passBdevrylliua vtuaa
luooiua on il wtti. mm aeurel sealed a re
eeipt mf BO U. Address. Dr. Butts' Dlaoaass ,
Ha 12 N. Mb L. at Laai. Me. llMaalSSTlM."'
or ETery Dtcriitlgn