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veirt of so eta. Addrwa, Dr. Butt' Dispanaary,
N.UN.Ithit,$t Uwi,Me. ltn.u5 Jt j ,
Thk citjr ol rittsburif tiai elected
iJcniocratic mayor ami Comptroller.
TiiK frienda of the oullirn rucific
railroad have given up trying to get their
Mil through congrea this sewion.
CuSOBESs.MaH OaKFlEI.D, Of Ohio, lias
ued the Cleveland I'laindeattr tor libel
lor Muting that he was one of the visiting
fitateatuea who attended the colored ball
in New Orkant "as an artist."
If Judge Iiaris should resign in time
to gi?e President Grant the opportunity
to appoint liiu successor it is said the new
judge will be Howe, of Michigan, now
Uulted Mates senator from that state.
Tub members of the Michigan legisla
ture made the clock in the senate cham
ber lie by setting It back twenty minutes
so that the honorable senators could hear
Henry Ward Beecher open the session
with prayer, which hedidvery earnestly
The opinion is becoming general in
Waf-hington that that some of the appro
priation bills will fail and that an extra
8e.siou of congress will be rendered
necesary. The army bill it Is thought
will impose restrictions upon the use ot
troops at elections and this will meet
with opposition In the senate. Many Re
publicans express the opinion that an
extra session is desirable on general
Tuk leading business men of Cincin
nati, irrespective of party, on Thursday
night sent a petition by telegraph to Con
gressmen Banning and Sayler asking
them to not oppose the work of the com
mission or delay the counting in any
way. The petition was signed "by all
the leading business firms of the city and
fully represented the business Interests ol
Tue first bills that have been made
Into laws this session by the general as
sembly, passed the houe on Thursday.
One is an act amtndinsr the
law in relation to criminal juris
prudence, the amendment providing that
every persen convicted of the crime of
Urceny, if the property stolen exceeds
the value of fifteen dollars, shall be im
prisoned in the penitentiary not less than
one or more than ten years ; If the value
ol the property stolen is fifteen dollars or
leas, lie halt be confined In the county
jail not exceeding one year and fined not
xceeding one hundred dollars."
The other provides that married wo
men in this state who now or hereafter
may. without fault of their own, live sep.
rate from their husbands, shall be sup
ported by them according to their condi
tion in life.
A hill to encourage fish culture In Illi
nois lias ras-ed to its third reading in
the house. The bill provides lor the ap
pointment by the governor of three lish
commissioners "to select suitable loca.
tiuns for state fUu hatching and breeding
establishments, and to take all measures
wltlim their means for the propaga
tion ond increase of tliu native
food tivUes, and also for the introduction
ot new varieties of food fishes Into
the public waters ol the state, upon the
best terms possible ; to employ a practi
cal and competent lish cultunst as a
superintendent, who shall have general
charge and care of such establishments."
It guards against salary -grabbing by
providing that the "board shall not re-
n..U-o unr nnnmpncntlnn f.ir tliHir Sfrvires.
but shall be reimbursed their actual ex
penditures for traveling and hotel ex
penses, such expenses not to exceed in
any event the sum ol $300 per annum
for the entire board-"
The Galveston yews notes some very
awkward complicaions that may grow out
ot the arbitration act by which it is pro
vided that there shall be a continuous
session of congress from the assembling
of the commission to the announcement
ot the result. No matter bow many days
may Intervene between the commence'
nient of the counting of the vote and its
completion, the journals must
show the date of Fcbruarv
1, 1811. Suppose that a special
message from the president is sent to
congress dated February 20. the Journals
will show that it was received twenty
days before It was written or thought of
lie may send another, written and dated
March 3, If the commission continues so
'ong, and the journals will still shot
that it was received February 1. So
when the count is completed and the re"
suit declared, say March 3, as may pos
sibly happan, it will appear irom the
journals as having been completed Feb
The presidential count, up to yester
day, stood as follows :
Connec t icut. ........
( Colorado .....
Maryland .. eM
Mississippi 8 Massachusetts ...
Ikl i U r. . . -I
-vu.,, HM j-i;ui(.'iiigan M..MM...
w jersey - Mluneaota.
New York : SiNebraska-
orth Carolina 1U erad
. , , Sw Hampshire.
Total ....... iSS'Ohis H
I Total 1W
Objections were madelu the case of
0&a. B-vxllsrtlXa BvlU&Islc. Cox. Twli"W- BttHt kill
Florida and Louisiana, lroni each o
which two acta of returns were acnt.
Obiectloni were made to one electoral
vote In Michigan and one in Nevada after
which the count proceeded :o Oregon.
After the electoral vote of this atate,
is decided, the balance of the states
will come In their order, thus : Tenn-
aylanla, 20 votes ; Ithode Island 4 votes;
South Carolina 7 votes; Tennessee 12
votes ; Texas 8 votes ; Vermont 5 votes ;
Virginia 11 votes ; West Virginia 5 votes,
and Winconsln 10 votes.
The electoral commission will give the
three votes of Oregon to Hayes, the bal
ance of the states will be undisputed, and
at the conclusion of the count, Mr. Hayes
will have 185 votes and Mr. Tllden 1S1.
The United States senate bas voted
against reducing the salary of Hie presi
dent trom Bttjr thousand to twenty-flye
thousand dollars a year.
A propos'tion to re-establish the
penitentiary at Alton is meeting with
vehement oppositlan from the Altonltes.
Miss Danser ol New Vork, recently
deceased, lelt three hundred and thirty
live thousand dollars to the poor ot the
Murphy sboro, has organized a
library association and lias begun work
with a library of more tban one hundred
A little girl in Indiana jumped the
rope one hundred and seventy-five times
the other day and died in a few hours
At the municipal election In the city
ol Philadelphia the Ucpublican majority
was cut down from its former figures of
fifteen thousand to five thousand.
New Vork llemtd: "Our dispatches
from Washington are called 'General
Washington dispatches' because they
cannot tell a lie."
A gushing newspaper writer informs
an anxious country that "the campaign
has not added a furrow to Gov. Hayes
ruddy cheeks, nor a shadow to his high
and open brow."
Miss Anna Oliver is "pastor" of the
First Methodist church in Passaic, New
Jersey. The pastors ot the other churches
called her "a slip ot a preacher
in carls and petticoats," and didn't ask
her to unite with them in the union ser
vices of the week of prayer. Truly, to
be a female preacher In New Jersey is to
suffer persecution for woman arlghteous-
There is now living near rinckney-
ville, in Perry county, a Mrs. Jaue Har
blnson, the widow of a revolutionary
soldier. She Is about seventy-six years
of age, and was married to her husband
sixty years ago, in South Carolina, ol
which state both were natives. At the
time the bride was sixteen and the bride
groom 6ixty. She has wen drawing a
pension ever since the death of her hus
band, forty-five years ago. She is
perhaps the only widow of a revolution
ary soldier living In this state.
It Didn't Win.
(Kroro an Exchange )
A German recently went to Taris with
a genuine Corregglo which he had been
unable to sell in his own country for
what it was worth. He had a letter of
introduction to a German art dealer who
has an excellent reputation in Tarls, and
one to a rich banker who has a large col
lection ol paintings. He took the picture
to the banker and offered to sell It for
2.400, agreeing to deliver it on the fol
lowing day. In the evening the dealer
Sflliea ailU CaUlluneU 1110
against buying the picture, as he had
discovered that it was a copy. The
banker accordingly refused to buy the
painting, and the German went back to
his lodgings cursing his ill luck. While
he was brooding over hia misfortunes,
an English gentleman who had heard
ot the Corregglo called to look at It and
offered him 5.000 on the spot. Tbe
German agreed at once, and the Correg
glo was soon on its way to Brighton.
The art dealer who had cautioned the
banker against making the purchase,
thinking that he could now have the
picture at hU own price, called a few
days afterward to offer 1,200 for it, but
learned to his dismay that his trick had
failed, and that the prize was going
across the channel.
VhsnnafB Opening In hlnat.
(From the Pall Mall Gazette.)
General Ignatleff, when leaving his
I embassadorlal post at Peking, presented
a case ot champagne to Su Shun, an im
perial prince, and chief favorite of the
emperor, but omitted tj send a cork
screw with it. Not wishing to monopo
lize tbe wine, and being mlndlul of his
patron's taste for strong drinks, Su
Shun fowarded some of the wine to
the palace. The compliment was
duly appreciated, but when the emperor
ordered bis Imperial butler to open a
bottle, that functionary, who had never
seen a bottle ao fastened down, was com
pletely at a loss how to get at the con
tents. As a last resource he put a bottle
on a stove, aud the result in due course
was a tremendous explosion, which
caused considerable alarm In the celestial
household. Su Sbuu soon after lost his
head, but on another Indictment
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Wkolesal an4 BetaU Dsalsrs la
WIBTES OF ALL KINDH,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
VratSSB. SMYTH ft CO. have Sonstantlf
-VA a large stock oi the beat goods ui the mar
ket, and give especial attenUon to the wholesale
ranch of the business.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
OrrlArS) for Coal hy thm nitr.lnnrl
t,on, or in hogsheads, for hipni.t
aromptiy aiienaea to.
w7"To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
aonth or year, at uniform rates.
CaUBO CXTT VOAL COafPAJIT.
Cf-IIalHday Bro.'s office, No. 70 Ohio Levee,
i Maanoay uro.'s wruuTDoal.
tl-At Kgyptisa Hills, or
HTAt tbs Coal Dump, foot fTimty-Elghth
CfPost Offloe Drawer, mn.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Bhawneetown, Evans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
Th elegant side-wheel steamer
AALTBB B. rKKIIGTO!f-.. ..MkSUT
ilahus Pbhicinotom Clerk
WU1 leave Cairo every WEDNF.SDAT at 8
o'clock p. m.
The fleet steamer
Ban Howard ...Master
Kb. Tiioalas Clerk
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connection at Cairo
With first-class steamers for 8t. Louta, Meiu-
the E. A C
K. H for all points North and tast.
l-ouinvills alail 8teaiuera fohSU
ie t'pner Ohio, giving through re-
anil with tha
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through
eetpu on freights and passenger to all points
For urther Information apply to
bOL. 8IL V Lit, Passenger Agent.
UALLIDA Y BK08., I AeuU.
J. U. PHILLIPS, I
Or to G J .GBAMMEE,
superintendent and General Freight Agent,
lu-3-aMr. ivvanavUls Indiana.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THIS CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Cornsr lBtb St. ami OommerelaJ At;
C. 0. PATIER ft CO.
(1..00 PROM III (100
Mad any day la Puis smd Catti. Invest accordisf
t .out mean.. S10. or SluO, lu STOCK FBI V
1 1.F.QFS. bi brosgkt a malt fcrtuss to th careful
. , w. adviaa wka aad hew ts OPKK A fE
SAFELY, book wit roll isfucmatioB
AddrcawiOKr by saad aad Iclegrapn to
Bankers aad Brokers 11 vYaB St . K. t
raiccs mm w stit m mil
Room and Board, lit end 2d
Floor, $2.50 per Day.
Soem and Board, 84 Iloor 99 .00 Tn Bay
peeled lUtea ftr Week tf atk
A limited number of verV dsialrabls Sasan
room can 1 secured at reasonable rats lor Us
T he St. Cbarlia I the largestaadbest atrpola
d House in Southern Illinois, and is the ieadtna
hotel In Cairo. Kotwlthataneing tbe 'Bel
Kock" reduction tn prices, the table will, as
usual, be liberally (applied with the very best
of everything that can be found in market.
Fine large sample room for eommerdal trav
elers, on ground floor. Are of oharsre.
ST" All baggaa-eof guests conveyed to and iron
the hstel wiumit charge
Of a s week sn your own town. Terms slid
e00 Js outfit free. II. IIALLKT A CO., Port
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
rt-WE WANT 600 BfORB FERST-
OLASS SEWING MACHINE A011tr
AND 600 MEN OF ENERGY Al J
ABILITY TO LEAHll THI BUBINEr J
OF SELLING SEWINO MACaiNfc.
COMPENSATION LIBETtAL. RTTT
VARVINU ACCORDING) TO ABlLITT,
CHARACTER sod QUALIFICATION
OF THE AGENT. FOR PARTICU
Wihon .sr.: Kidi&B Co. CHcio.
827 and 829 Broadway, New Tork, or
New Orleans, L.
ATKAR. AGKNT Vf AT
tl on our Grand Combi
nation Prospectus, repn.su-
150 DIST1NOT BOOKS
wanted everywhere. Th Blrs;eat Thfwjr
t.ver Trleitl. bales made from this when an
single Hooks fail. Also, Agents wanted on saw
MAWNIf ICEM' FAMILY BIBLES, ftupertsr
to all others. With invalirable Illustrated A MB
snd Superb Bindings These Hooks lieilh
World, lull particular free. Address JssKsl
fOfTElt sS- CO.. publishers, rhiladel-
Cl'ja day at horn. Agents wanted. Outfit
pi 4 and terms free. TRt'K A CO., Augusta.
n C Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name
satW lO OU., post paid. L. JONES CO.;
Nassau, N. Y.
ttiei Aft 77a Weektc Agsnta. $10 OUTFIT
JJ IU V FRtE. V. O. VICKERY, Au
gusta, Main .
PFMSinMQ Xo nter how sKgktly dls
rCrMOIUliaabud. IncTeasea sow A
vice and circular free. T.McMichakl, Atty, 797
San so m iL, i'hila., l'a.
OK Fancy Mixed Cards, latest styl.
Mv scroll nuc .ivlea. with name 1 fin . riMt rmr
NnaaMa CtrtI S o., P. O. box So Nassau S.Y.
Oe EXTRA FIVE CARDS, no two alike,
with name, lts- J. K. tSARDER.
aiaiuen nruige, . f.
a1 In tOA Pr day at home. Samples worth
V u5frce. BllNSOS4CO.,Port.
fl' A MONTH received by our rraCL
WW 0 iiUy ate. btudenU wanted. SalaiT pati
while pmi'ticing. Situations furnished. Ad
dresN. W. TtLKGKAl U INSTITUTE. Jane
ville, w is,
65 Viu ?',xed . rrf' w'b name, to rents
v" post paid. '.'iforlO cem. A. li!A tit
& CO.. North Chatham, N. Y.
Mark These Facts.
The Testimony of the Whole World.
"I had no ninetite t Hollowav'a rillanvaana
a hearty one."
i our rills arc marvelous. ' '
'I send for another box. and keen them In il
' Dr. Hollo way has cured my headache that
"I gave one ol your Pill to mv babe tor chol
era morbus Tbe dear little thing got Well ins
"Aiy nausea cr a morning l now cored"
'Your box of Ilelloway ' Ointment cured ma
of noise In tbe head. 1 rubbed some of your
Ointment behind the ears, and the no ha left."
"M-nd me two boxes- 1 want ou for a poor
"I enclose a dollar; your price Is 2.1 cents, but
the medicine tome ts worth a dollar."
"Semi uic Uv. boxes of your Pills."
" Let me have three boxes of your rills by re
turn uiaii, lor 1 hill, and lercr "
1 have over 2ixi such testimonial as these, but
want of space oca. pels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruption of th skin, Jth ointment is
limit Invaluable, it does not heal externally
aloue, but iieneirates with the most search In r
effect to the verv root of the evil.
Invariably cure tbe following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases uHecting these organs. Lether
ttiey secrete to much or too little water; or
whether they be all) u' led with stone or graii el, of
with ache and pain settled in the loins over tb
regions of the kidneys, tbess fills should be ta
ken according o the primed diret i u, aud the
Oiainieiit should lie well rubbed into the small ot
the back at bed time. This treatment will give
almo4t immediate relief when all other mean
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve the
ton oi the stomach a these fills; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intenipcranee sr
lmnrotier uiel. Luev reach the liver and m uiyi
it to aiieallhy action (they are wonderfully efliuv
cioti iu case of spasm in fact they sever fail ia
curuiK an tusonier o. tne liver ana stomach.
HoLLoWAY'8 I ILL8 are the beat known ia
tbe world for the following diaeaaM i Ague,
Asthma, Billou Complaints, Blotch. en the
skin, Bowels, Consumption, Debility, Dropty,
Dysentery, Erysiiwht, Female Irregularities
Fevers of all kinds, iu, Gout, Headache, Indi
gestion, Intlamuiution, Jaundice, Livsr Cooa
plaintt, Lumbago, I' lies, Rheumatism. Reten
tion of uriue, scrofula or King's avvil. Sore
TbroaU, sums and litavel Tie-Iiouloureux,
Tumor, Ulcer, Worms of all kinds, Weakness
Irom any cause, etc.
None are genuine unless th surnalur ef J.
Haydock. a ageat forth United Slate, Mir
round each box of fills, snd Omtoumu A
handsome reward will be given to any on ren
dering sucb information a may lead to ths
detection of any party or parties eotuiterfettias;
tht msiliciue or vending tb sac, knewiM
tbem to be ipuriou.
Hold at thenianu&ctory of Professor Hsl
lowai A Co-. York, snd by all respectable
druggists aud dealer in medietas throughout
ths civilised world, ia box at U esala, si
imU snd Si each.
I F 1 her is coBsiikraM saving by taking (be
larger sUe .
in. b. Directions ror tbe guldsaes or patissits
in every diasrder are affixed to eaek box
Offloe. in Liberty Stn New Tork
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