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Soeechss by Uettrt. Green, Hoad-
"Vf MaUaarrM itae e-r.i.rw.
EHVININO TH HUMPHREYS t.a"il.
ffinnorox. FeU 8. The coiuinl:
alon re-Membled In oren session
o'clock; counsel on both
nnwDt ezorot Jl Black,
Jmlr Clifford stated irocotling
were now In order nruler orders adopted
t the commission yesterday,
Me. flroon of counsel On the IVfliO-
iri. rtlM aa witness Oeorre P.
Km. of Florida, who resides in Talla
iaaaa anil ta attorney-senersl o( the
writ of quo warrant was nrej
E Tarts objected to the question as not
within the order of the court
Mr. Green said they proposed to lix
the dste of the quo warranto proceeding,
as tber did not consider the order ol the
commission excluded that question.
The question was then put to the
The objection ot Mr. Evarts was sus
tained. r. .
Mr. T. C. Humphreys having been
identified. Counsel Green presented the
commission of Humphreys, and the cer
tificate ot the clerk of the circuit court in
whlcfc the commission was filed, that no
resignation had been filed up to Januarj
Humphreys was called on the Kepubli
can side and examined by Mr.Stougbton.
He testified that he resigned the office of
United States commissioner and his res
ignation was ' accepted October 5. by
Judge Woods, froui( whom the ofllce
Witness produced a written acceptance
ot his resignation.
Mr. Merrick objected to the productiou
of the paper aa It was an act of an indi
vidual, and not the act ot the court.
To Stoughtoa The paper was received
from Judge Woods. His resignation was
accepted. Until he (Judge Woods) could
come to Pensacola and hold court the
duties would be discharged by the col
The introduction of the letter from
Hiram Potter, jr., collector of customs,
dated October 5, 187G, asking witness to
turn over the books and papers of his
office, was objected to by Mr. Merrick
Witness stated that he did tnrn over
the office, and had not exereised the
tunetloas ot the office since.
Cross-examined by Green: The let
ter was Addressed to Judge Woods at
Newark, Ohio, and the reply came from
there. There bad been no session ot the
court at Pensacola since that '
,Z .: .n.minced the whole
cage now ready for argument and
under the third role each side would be
allowed an kour.
Mr. Merrick said they had to ask the
indulgence of being heard by the counsel
and that as some important questions
had arisen this morning, he moved that
the time be extended another hour.
The committee granted the extension
asked and Judge lfoadley addressed the
JCDGE HOADLKY'S ADDRESS.
He contended that the tender ot uU
resignation to the governor in Ohio and
the acceptance ot the same by the judge
la Ohio, wu not an act of the circuit
court or Florida, and that, therelore, the
rulgaatioa of Humphreys had not
been legally accepted, and he
wu consequently at this time hold
ing an oOloe or profit and trust under
the United States and therefore was
ineligible as an elector. The effect of
disqualification extended not only to the
eiecior, dui io me state wnicn appointed
mm. iaii new ne supported witn quo
tations from the debate when the con
stitution was framed, holding that the se
lection oi an lnengioie elector worked
loneirare or uie vote to the state, it was
intended to protect several states against
the illegitimate use of federal power in
any one state, 'l ime hud not ihowu that
m wis irvm interference were any Jess
than oar forefathers apprehended, la
1W7 five postmasters were among the
w.cvwr-, ua ciay introduced a resolu-
uu" ""wiing mi joint committee to ln
r H thI" lD,nDKement of the claim
w. . wuumuoa. j i was then held it
was the duty of congress to take test"
mP.DT Inquire into facts. The com
m ttee did not find time to asceruiu
whether parties of th ear..-
h ii.i ,..:. :
would not change the result the Jnuuirv
was not carried out. hut mt i.. n. .i
me uiuiviuuai inu ax
idea wu entert&lnrf ihnni. .i.- I
iHu a,m -"'fcu u euiu-
-1. ui noi so uiinlt tbat a single dia. I
qualified elector violated the whole t-ipX I
teral vote. I
.-"age uoadley quoted Enrllsh author-1 i-' " aupposo mat a quo
hies to show that In event of the election v J "tarted to prove that the pres
tf an Ineligible IwUvUtXuT e on Went la Lli be-
Tola. Thero , a 1
sueh taiiur. L
urn 1M1IMM . a . . - i
th? lli ? ,the Pennsylvania case, where
lion wenS W" disqualilied.the elee
iHi.ent Dack to tbe people. In the
K,nrwM wlout seating
diLffiT1- lbe acU of eongres iu-
UposiUois to furnish a renredy
52, ?1'lulll electors had uVo
t?.whe? U WM Pwldetl that thS
UtfKi," chosen. Tbe
having Wta fi1 9 nJ Ututes.
there wTfc the nonaction,
HSfa ' VOtC WM
iudge. la the BSL,u?:lon 01
eflect that the lMbuf,ni " 10 te
candidate. wo7ke4 SL "" o( lh
could be fUlad br ibe lite
ruvl tkmt mA .i.r7? "awre, anil
tUt. nort4a. riaTi!:rf7 ,P
is) opDortunit r,. . ":
m-M ntie. wiijii ib
v.iv. hn iui u vacancy huH ..w.rrr
to avail tastaelf o U.
ot mm. uaxL:
Mr. Green desired to tall the atteotioi
nfthe oroniis5lon to the claim that the
(II I C . , I...l r.,1
letter ol linuipiirrj iw.'uurt- ,tw,
I.. rnlv ot thn same were not the act ol
the court, and tbat the certificate ot the
clerk ot the circuit court of J- lorkla rt-ad
thia mornlnr showed that the resigna
tion had not wen rnaue a iiisiit
cord in the office fth court. -
lie discussed the nmi part oi uw
of the court to ronider only the papers
contained In the pa" "l""" l"J
president or the eenaic.
He argued that the tormil character of
certificate z cuiiiicu
conalder.on by the comrnlMior, and
intended that the etatuU-s and action of
the conrts of the state were uiauer '
the commission should inquire into to es
Ublishthe Illegality of certificate o. l.
I he coiaroisslou tiaa oeiore
r,irtoato nnt nil V Uie
Af ti.fl mrnrncr. but a taiUated state-
va ' Atoa
cast in each county in the state
1 ilia r. . . n
-I.;. lU..i,..,rd nan tiia muuiuiiij vi
ln,1i.iarr ana If r, un
u"" J . - ....l
iaklnz In unanimous anu mm ,v.v
bv tids tribunal. It might be said the
rHAar diii not arrive in afti-
k. u nrt Wednesdav in Jan-
IUKIVU u; . - 1 1.
.. tnTi'tore too late, lie
citeU' authorities to sustain hi proposl
.. .. t. um was directory man
datory. The main tact was, did the elec
tor vote according to the consuiuuo
requirement, and the mere transmiwion
of tbeir message to the vice-president
within pretiTibed limits wa not of ihe
essence ot the transactioh. The main
noint vu that the votes should be re-
.4,1 vtt lif f.iro i hp count took Dlace.
He claimed that the lists submitted
u-irh r.rtitu No. 3 were irtoctual. and
that a delay in the performance ot a plain
duty did not prevent the performance of
that duty. In conclusion Mr. Green con
tended that the laws pass-d by the legis
lature of Florida since January 1. in
relation to the recent election, were not
pout facto laws within the meaning ot the
constitution. ne uwure i"
other side that under order ot court they
should insist thnt the commission could
look into the proceedings under quo
Mr. Shellabarger followed on the other
aide, lie said since he heard the discus-
sion of the commission which had refused
to hear testimony in relation to me quo
warranto proceedings he had thought all
discusston oi ttiat unjeci uueanea ior.
in the papers laiu oeioro rue iw Douri
there was but oue allusion to thesa pro-
ceedings In quo warranto, and that was
in the certincate ot governor irew.
Those proceedings were not btloro the
commission and could not be brought
here. By allusion In the governor'nnies -
mm be ubmiMd a nropoMtioo rhat ell ,
acts in relation to tho accomplishment
ot a certain ad-must anticipate It, aua
on this proposition every act that fo -
was limlte.1 to appointments, aud that r.o
act pertaining to wuaa couia oe
tiaa alter appomuueut uau u-v.. ...auv
ana the omce naa paseu away.
Mr. Thurman asked, supposing uie
case to be as stated, wouiu mere te ac-
tlon lookins to an laouiry whether any
appointment was made. .
U.T. Mieiiaoarger eaiu uiai wireu
tbat could be done by the state had been
done according to the requirements of
ofclect!.on,tneiM)v.er oi iue sie paa
away, and it Decame iuereaer s r wnu
trust ; theaayiorever enueu. rro ,,,
ceded that it was in tne power 01 uie
state to try by. her own machinery tue
power of her electors, uut scrutiny niusi
be made prior to the discharee ot the
office. Machinery to contest an election
alter me oiiioB wrn """'
he, lie saiu, an.aukuruui .
rn. Evants cloij.
Mr i-mrtt rlr li """ "r
u.JMorofiieir that in one particu -
lar 11 wijj iridic ciiucui c ivuiume iuc I
elgibility of one of the r loriJa electors.
Humphreys. 1 don't understand the
commission U have overpassed the ques
lon what eflat is an acceptance or re
jection of the vote thus challenged lor in
eligibility, but to have decided that on
iiat point it vlll receive evidence which
nay be o tiered, first, as to whet iter the
ixceptiou taken to Humphreys' vote is
uaintainable , and secondly, whether it
naintainable and maintained the meth
ds of the constitution permit of any re
jsction from the certified vote transuiit
td and opened. On that ground Mr.
l.varts went on to argue that evidence in
rtgard te Hunphreys' holding office fell
hjrt ot shoring that be was in ofrlce
at the lime of casting the elec
total vote aid that the burden of
prtvlng it reited on the side that made
th objection. Was it, he asked, to be
pretended that under the law there was
an' power to hold the occupant ot a civil
om-e to the pertormance ot its duties a
monent beyond his will. The authori
ties, te said, were clear as to the "ight of
a citfceu resigning an office even without
bis ttsignation being accepted. All that
was necessary was to make a public vaca
tion ot theotnoa. lie then went on to
say: This subject then being rejected
from farther consideration I understand
that Uiere is no matter left but for the
execution by this conuaUsion ot the duty
accorded to it by the aot of congress
under which it is orifanied to deter-
mine oat ot the material of thei thrw.
certificates, s hat and how man f vol-.
are to be counted for the state of Florida.
Mr. Kvarts said that the first certifi
cate Includes, with every degree ui cer
tainty and assurance, the vot. r.t th
State of Florida, and went on to arirue
against the second and third rrtiflt.
What, said he, are the prodigious claims
here? Tbat by a lawsuit in a state court
the state'! complete vote is to be re-
. ; . . 1 I i a . .
MudKe of a ute court has so decided,
I the so pre me court of the L'aired .Statoa
auu rcreraeu. iuu hire wncn t
must make a low olieiaance to Mr. Jmin
..,.1 L . . 7
" t. . OM " lM enf the
Uw u h ot the iuu." Wn.
auppose inai we ao succeed in countinr
. . v "' .... a
, . w. .uv wuih im iue oe-aii
im i k 1 1 ri .it rna ii.r. t.i. i . . . ..
and the end-all of this inquiry
on oi a government, what sort of a
preniaency, what sort of protection of
icguiaru iuu permanence ot authority
under tbe con&titation are provided by a
scheme of l-erpetual four years' depend
wu quo warranto in the sUte of
;'" rwnun iuu must never
lose tight ot tbe matter that you are to
advise what votea aud how many shall
be counted by the two houses, and when
you have determined what extraneous
evidence shall not invade the regularity
of a tinishod transaction ot a sUte, you
fh.7 oet!.rmfDi. V P doub,e decision
that it ahaU not be Invaded, disparaged
or exposeil to anv nuAti, . k. .
cerUficate which U 1U own ..r. . '5
author volunteer in li-i..ri- ..... .
counting of yotea. "
pfedb. tUe,f 7-iiTtion w.t
thee fcn(1 mau'r," ,Mfc T
out be Uw ThePttrJ be
office. Q w tll occupying the
Representative near put the co of an
ortlc -holder being !ecteI to thi senate,
and askeil whether, it the officer s reslg
uatlon ol office were not accepted, he
wa thereby to be kept from his test.
Mr. Merrick replied that the tact of hi
tieing admitted to hn seat in the senate
would M s ntscnarge itv wt
hlch he lield. provided lie una prior 10
that time tendered his resignation.
Mr. Hoar inquired wneiner me mow
rule would not annlv in the ca of an
elm-tor as well as in the case of a senator.
sir. Merrick replied that in the cae vi
senator the disability would be only
peronal, while in that of an elector it
was impersonal, in oiner worus, up
state was positively forbidden to appoiut
an orace-nonier as elector, it was a lim
itation upon the power ot the state, aim
not a personal disability of the man.
representative Abbott Yon alo
rlaim that. von If the acceptance ol the
resignation was not neceary, the rcij-
natioo Itaeltmust ue made to me nui-
Mr. Merrick Unquestionably ; tne
resignation must bo made to the power
that gave the appointment, .-'iij-r
Humphrevs had resigned to me crt m
the court," addressing a rnvate letter to
the clerk at Newark, Ohio, would that be
sufficient? . , ....
Presiding Justice But II ho er:t it to
the judge, and the judge directed ir to be
1,1 Mr'. Merrick 11 that is done while the
court is in sesion then it is the act -f
representative Garfield Io you hold
that in ca-e ol long vacation or In case
ot the court W.ng abolished by law, or in
rase of the death of the ludee who gave
the appoiutment,hls othcei never could
ha v tp tiirned t
Mr. Merrick 1 hoild have referred
that case to one ot the returning boards of
the South. I hardly know wut repiy to
Mr. Garfield 1 understand your posl
tion to be that lie could not resign, except
while the court was in session.
Mr. Merrick I presume that death and
tia extinction of the otlicer. and aboli
tion ot a government, and wiping out of
a nation make exceptions io an pnuv-
nl.. if law.
Justice Miller You say the distinction
between the man who accepts the office
or naf nr and the man who accepts the
office of elector is that in
one case uie
objection goes to the power of the state
,i , the other case it does not. vt nat
ia the difference in question of the power
i nf the state
jlr. Merrick In one case the prohibi-
i tiQa j4 tliat no p-goi, gtiall be a repre-
8el)tatja or senator who has not
atlajueu certain age ; lu the other case it
g lnat ,10 1K.rgoa giiaj ue appointed elec-
tor wno hold9 ftn 0,Hce of trust or profit.
yncreVer there l power tfiveo fo io an
I -ct Qie jOIiee Dt the power can only exer- i
.,.... it a(X.orJiiiz to precise restrictions
n,j limitation ol the donation.
x,rrIlv n,. muoI to the o -
r'? , UcHtitnacv of the icond
xiuirman SunDose the Til Jen
had yoted would u
......,. to iUOW bv subsenutnt state
IZun tht the Haves electors who
f - - That U the
,vt :uv;r ..n..-ttlnf1hir.
The state cannot have her voice simula-
- y.- - a . her reai voiee ls gpoken or
Jed. Suioa the
not. U PP (el lnn b it
.... ,U1. vlor m . .iumlated
- - the COUDCllg
--r--f-- ...wnin.nl ,i14in there U
, ,--r e rininir
- - - t lfTh7,r,,H sTiitJn entoT
--"r ;r, - ; - :
tVW .Af, efraudp,i
no . fc to be . frauded
,im. that this electoral vote was cat
instituted h-r w wrranto, stand-
I i,, .r ,.j --;'-- -;
I appealing Ui hit juuiciai auuioruj, uu
1 aJked tbete me. jjr WLat warrant do
you presume to exercie tne power or
this sute.' Aud so etaiiding sho could
have stripped trom them the govern-
tneDt they haJ sto.en ; stripped from their
shoulders her livery th-y na-l itoltn to
serve the devd in.
Mr. Merrick then quoted a number of
authorities from the supreme court
thowins that the uniform rule was for
that court to follow the state decisions
on the subject of the local laws ot the
state, and commented on sonwt of Jude
Bradley's opinions to that eflect. Mr.
Merrick clsimed in conclusion that the
record of ?uo warranto proceedings was
eelore the commission, if not as evidence,
at least as showing the law of the state
of Florida, and tbat it informed the com
mission that according to the law ot
r lorida the iiayes electors were not ap
pointed ana mat mien electors were.
'ihe commission adjourned till 10
'A Kpoeitorr of Taahion, Pleuure
soil' t or ma rk-.
fur klr.ctlj UcAXnetfAil maXUzt drvm, IIak
.' liaZAk 1 mllejttttt Hi lt tl.ii.ir
lih-1. To take il U Dialler of cconouiT. Xa
lady can tffonl to 1 without it, for lufi.rrj
tiou it Klvrt will rave Ltr vrr m ach nun naw
than tlia ulrrii tion prut, beaiilt K'u. Ox
bouai-tiold ao iottrrtiticx lilar.rr Tiaitur. C'lil
lUm-aaa BaZam la i.rifuHy illuacraled. m i
CtjDUiaa alViriea, purnuH tktlclm, mml .v ol
a laual attractive character. luiiiu-r-ary
anr artwtic fmturn. th fUkzia in ddmiw.
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Office : 139 Commercial Are.
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DR. C. M ? LANE'S
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,K lr rn
llcpatiiis nr l.ivtr UocnUuu,
1V-PTI AM) sti K lt.AtAi lit.
a lis:.vei! Ijvcr.
I . 1 . ...,.l.r Ka
11AIX in the
c rinni Mm , vii ivn-. uiv.
tiLvn l ie ri hs. iiHTcasc-uu 'in
sure ; sometimes tb.e juin is in the left
Mile ; the jatient rarely nUe to lie
on the left Me soinet inK the iain
i-i felt miller the ll)llhUl-I'l.He, ami
it freiii'iu!r eMind-'. I' i' tup of
the sliouiiler. and i ..;ni imics mis
taken i,r a rhiiim:.?!. i.: in ilu- arm.
i he Minai h is rt.i'o i- i m itli loss of
1 jn-tite ami m i.'e- li e buwtls in
i ner:il :,r nli . . m-i tillli alter
native la ; ' i-e
1 is troubled
v. a dull,
itli J aiii. .'.i i :
i able loss
fill st viatic-!' i.l
1 : Nil
i! !l it undone
t in luive liem
. uyh is some
, And debility
U i n: i
o;:c. A r';-i.t, .
tunes ;n ;.tl.iuu.i
omiibiitM ol weaii
he is lazily tMrllcl. Ins lect arc cum
or limine, ir.l lur loniplains of a
prickly sensation of the i-kin ; his
spirits are low; inl although he is
satisfied that ccni. cwoukl be lne
ficial to hiin. yet he can scarcely
vimmiin tij) frtituv? enough to try
it. In fact, l.e lis'ists every renv
edy. Several of the alove symp
toms attend the diise, but cases
have occurred where fev of them ex
isted, yet exa nir.atiori f the body,
after death, l.a.- i t v.n fie livfr to
have been cxten. -Ivt.lv titrargtd.
a err. a.t "fkter.
1.)r. (.'. MVI..::i s 1 tv:u Pills,
In cam.- r Af i r. an ii 1 1 vtK, when
taken with Qiih.i,-., rre prxiuctive
of the incfc-t hapy re; tills. better
cathartic enn K v.xA, preparatory
to, or af'.tr trkinp t,um',,c' e
would advi e r.!l .o r.rc affl'ted
with this di-cn c to give tlicm A
l orail iJilioii-jdira'-cmerits, and
as a sinii'ie 1 i.rivuve, tlicy are un-
BKWAHK K IMITATIONS.-
'lhc ner.uiiie Du. C. M(. Lane's
Liver rn.i.s are r.cvcr sugar coated.
l ivery box l . s a red wax seal on
the lid, with t'.e iuipresMin Dr.
1 'it i.
MVUne's L;v: r
I'n.l.s it-ar i'i :
M' Lane and Ft
storekevrer y ii
Dr. C. M"L-.ne"
parcu by 1 k")ti:.
nrnr dntgi-t or
vj the genuine
- I.Tvrs 1'u.s, pre-
1;m . r;rtburh,
Id by cVi rc jiuMe iruj'gibts
atd country stoak'.fr- generally.
T3 iV.e :,r.:r i, ive I:. C. MrI am i
LlVr PlI.L A In- . tf v
i;;-., fv't pA'G to any
part tA lac tait-t Sa:-;.
c-ie bx ct I'ila lor
jllr Hiaie of Iruat
bu never teen Voowa to fail in tne cure of
weakness, atteaded wiui (yntptomj ; tndia-
posiuon to exertion. Iom oi memory, diffi
euitr of breathing, genera wcaknee, horror
of di.-eaae, weak. nervou'lrembLic, dxead-
rui norroror ueatn, hijli weL-, coia leet.
weitofM, aimneM oi vuod, ianuor, uiii-
verbal lastltude ot tb oiu-cuiar fyttem,
enorrxiou appUte itQ dTpeptii; yrop
toms, hot Lands, f.ibxol tiia bofy. drv.
ne oi iue sain, paiu-i counienaLce ana
enirtioni on the fice. urifyin? the blood,
pais in the back, beat in i cl the eyelid
frequent black spoto fljii before toe eve
with temparary ufliionu;l lo-i of iigbt,
want ot attention, etc. Tiiee tjrcpuinia
au arise ironi a weascw, ana to remedy
that, ii - . V. KuDkii Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never fail. Ttnnd are now
eniovine bealUi who hae it. Take
only E. . Kunkel t.
beware or counterfeit anJ la imita
tion. At Kunkel'a BitUf Wine of Iron ii
so well knoa a all over he country, dnif?-
fiu ioem.'ive mK t uitation ana try
to ll it oflto their eustirot-n, when they
call for Kunkel'a bittr Vina or iroD,
Kunkai'n Hitter Witaof Iron i put up
only in 1 bottle, ana ba a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the ouute with the pro
prietor's photograph ontlia wrapper of
eab bottio. Alwar lott for tba photo-
papa o ine outsiue, an- you will Siwayi
d kura io ifei me een'iinr one dollar per
Dome, or ix ior a. .o
itaidby dnigglals asd
ALL WORMS REM AMD ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel't Worn iriD never fail
w aeiroy nn reai ani tstoinach worm.
Dr. Kunkel. tbe only jn-eitul uhiniruan
ho removes Tape W.ria in two hour
alive, with bead, and do fee until rnmovad.
Common aenae teache tiat il 1'ape Worm
i ieiuoei, an oiuer w.rma c be readily
destroyed. rend lor crrulaito Dr. Kun
kel, No. Oi North N'lijiti ktrt, i'biladel-
puia, ra., or taJi on your drturlit and ak
ior a uoiue or Kuoker orm Syrup.
It Al . . . J
uitB, ti.w. n never u; ii.
3 AFFORD, MOERIS
AJTD C AND EE
73 OHIO UffVEE,
Olty JTatisnal laak BoUdHf, ep-stalrs.
7be01dtE.ivi..v.. . .
ine7 la Bout.
0. D WILLIA
And He,li la
19 OHIO IXTCZ.
S yluhi$''Ql Uoon.lmwBs aad
An llhKtiate.l Monllirol
Literature, Sdenco, and
ANNOUNCEMENT FOH 1877.
The nunilirr for Jan i:irv soelna the nine
teenth volume of the .Vairaine. and while
tti pant reeonl will, it ! holed, lie deemed
a ufllilent guarantee m' future excellence.
no etlort will be upared wi diversity Its at
traction anil to proMite ia lnrreahed np
Popular lifinling in th &i ami Mo.tt Em'
Tlie irreHt object and contiiLt ulm of the
eondui'tor will lie to furnluli the public with
i.iierary nniei laiuuirui ui n ntuneu anu
Varied Charartrr, aw wull an to present iu a
graplii' and striking uisnner the iiiont re
cent Uformution and oundeht Mew on
utjects of General Intereit ; in a word, to
rrudvr Llppincoit'K Magiw.iiin r-trikingly
dicti native in
T'if Features Viat are Mut Attraetirr i
I lip i ontribution ion on band. M fpccl-
allv enirnired. embrace a Iilirhlv attractive
ltxt of Tales Short Siorien, Deurlptlve
kei-hr. Narrative. 1'nptrnon Science and
Art. Poems, Popular Kony. Literary t'rltl-
i-ini, r.tc, r.tc,
Talented and W'ell-Idwtcn Wi-iters.
A large proportion ol the ariltlr. eipe
olally tboxe ih scriptive ol travel, will be
Profusely ami Beautifully HUttraftd.
The pictorial embelilubnient o! the Msg a
zlne constitute one ol iu many atUacuve
In addition to the General Atraction ol
LIl'l'INCtlTT'S MAO A1 Mi the l'ul
lUhcra would inile attention tothe follow
ing Special Features for 1877.
1. A new aerial tory,
'The MtinjuU uf Lutxii,"
by Ueor'e Ma'.don:ild,authorof "Malcoin," !
Alec borbea." Uobert r-aicaier," etc.
'I o thine of our reader whe are tantillar
with "Maleolui,'' tnis new tory from
the Den of thin diitinguilied writer will
need no recommendation, and hi reputa
tion a guarantee to other or i deeply in
tcretinz and powerful tory, x henna in
the November number, which u, with
the Dei-ember part, will be furcshed grali
tA all hur an harri tier for 177.
i. A profunely illuotratcd pcrint of I
Kketi lire of
Sireediyft Heeitery and Ltfe,
J Vrof. AVillard Kirke. of t'oni.ll L'niver-
sity.vuoti ttioroUKhiy lami'lar will S-wcaeu
and Its lVople trom penonal ob(rvat!on.
ii. a serle or popular pajier on
Art aul Art Mutters,
bv KUward Strahan (Enrl Shinn , author of
'The New iiyperion," ete.
4. IUutrated &keU-beof Trsve, entitled
I'icturet from Spain,
by Edward King, author of "Tie tireat
5. Mr. Lucy H. HKper's Intenvtingand
Paptn and Letters from Ptrii
will be continued through the ye.
The Iicrt'itics of the lUune.
will be described in a richly illustrated
eerien of papers.
7. lunn the ;ear will appear a number
ot handsomely illustrated hort article, de-
rirtiteof Life, Travel, and Adventure in
the United State, England, South America,
Japan, Mongolia, and other countries.
Fur Sale by all Bjfjk and Xewvlealers.
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THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST!?
I f he ttrnnil Old
Which hat stood tho test cf 4C
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man body, or the body of t Horae
or other Domestic animal. th
does not yield to its magio toich.
o. uviu cwunc ZOO., 6O0. Or 4U
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FJKE AND LIFE
rolleiegare Umcd on tlm most favo-
able term by
OEXKIUI. iNSI-IUXCK Aoi'.NT.
foue but :IaiiimI hikI lluneal
( r ' a Kepreaeutrtd.
In the Alena'lei County Hauk, j
1 CAIRO, ff.I.IVnia.
OlHCKi Kirhth ritriet, betvieen Uaahisirtoa
and ix.mniercial Avenue, Cauo, llliuoi.
C"" ra,le y every airenl
'v,r' "oUi in the biuiuea. we
rurni.h, liut tboa willing to work ean easily
ara a doaen dollar a day riKht in their own lo
salitiea. Have no room to explain here, hu.i-
pleaaant and booorahle, H'oinea. boy
iiili(lrUdiaell aa men. Wm will fumli.
tuu a comiilete ouUt free, n uuinra. u.y.
etler tttaa aayttiing eia. We will bear ea
(Maw of lartioK jou. . farUcurar ft. Wrila
; v"' " ana tutvbauic, tluar bub
inddauvbUira, audall claaaeam iwwl of paying
work at holua. .h,.nl,l orit. i.. ... i- . .n
Hut lb work at entw. Now ia tbe Uw
don ti1elay. AMl lm:i A Co.AuKU.le,
Dr. W O
The Perfection of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
THFs HORRORS AND
Iily trau-pirirjc iu the me of Ihs Oil now
Vetrolenm, nd the w:int of conUdcncc in the public mind a to tun
Mfety of said Oil, lias iiiJuc.-d the iiittoJiittiun l
t:i.AI.Ki l.-,0 dcii. Fire tet nnd prinit
while burning in a lamp, nor in any otcer
ie compounds i-o frequently ine) w ith In the ordinary oil for Illuminating. A lamp
i filled with KI.A1NE, if upset or accidentally broken, will not explode or burn. TUcie
is no portion In which you can put a lamp
it will explode. KLAINK I certainly the
can be used in any Coal Oil or Kerosene lamp, w ituout change f burner.
WAS AWARl'F.O THL-
By the Juror and CoiiimNaloner of the
Centennial International Szhibition,
As the Bct Illuminating Oil, tor It extraordinary merit of Safety and liriillani y
KLAINK wa aNo awarded a tiold Medal at the 1'itUlmrgb Kxponitin ; and wu
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical tet, by the
UN'ITKD STATK" OOVKENMENT LKiUT-HOU-E UKI'AKTMKNT.
Aad received a high commendation from the Hoard of United State Steamboat fntpec-
tor, Washington, h. (.'.
Insurance Companie rate KLAINK the aine a a Oa rik.
KLAINK i used on many ol the Kallroad, ftrett Car and IloUU ol the country
aud inaugurated mipcrior to any other oil
Can be used la any lamp.
ORDERS ritOM THE
"TJnqaeaUooably tbe bee euetained
work of tne kind in tne World."
XotUe cf the Pi-ess,
TlieMAUAiat ha atumel in u.n
-(ituty and ruore ofexi.ienoe i that point where
it may he ai. ofit, in the won la of lt. Johnson,
11 1 vain to blame and uaeler. to praiae. ' 11
lutreor ita lon(t-ao-atUuiel r-Mitalioa hu in
ereaacl m the year bare iMu.e.1. and IU future
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ii i later and beirt mm Urooklya Katrle.
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ploymeut at home, the whole of the time, or for
theirapar momenu. liualnea ew, liiilit and
luolltable. P.rtoiia of either ea eaally earn
irom iucenta to $i per evening, aud a propor
liunal iuu by devoUas their whole tiro to Uie
liutine., Hoy and girl arn nearly a atacb
a men. 1 hat all Who ce thit eotice may aend
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Oaoiuis ritaja A to, J'ortj
m (fay roaraateae u.ier oi-r Vk,
- Orlila. SlOO a nioJrS
See. in Au;- St. twuus j
mild a Illuminator, which .are made fn.in
water white in calor, will not cipMe
way" a It doe not contain any oi the exnlo-
lilledwith IXAlNKfor.oiiimonue,ln whtjli
Safct Family Illc.mlnallng Oil known, a-id
in the market.
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bmw m oeio mm
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