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f THE COUNT.
The Citation at Washington.
Sooth Carolina Reached and Re
: ftrred to the Tribunal.
The Count Will Probably be Com
pleted by Friday.
(Special to the St. Louia liutct.)
Wamixgton, Feb. SCTho general
tenor of tbe house today would seem to
Indicate that tbe policy of delay was los
ing ground, but so many considerations
operate upon different individuals, and
titers are so many conflicting local and
personal interests involved in the gen
eral melee, that no accurate general
analysis can trt made of to-day's vote.
THE DEMOCRATS PA5ICKT.
It may be set down as a gencf&l prop
esition that the Democratic forces are in
a panicky state. Out of 170 Democrats
in the house not more than 110 can be
relied on through thick and- thin. The
other sixty are disposed to stand by the
party If there is a show for party success.
but will be susceptible to the blandish
ments of the enemy in case the Demo
cratic fortunes look doubtful. Tliww
conditions are unfavorable to the work
' A JUDICAL THREAT.
To illustrate tbe condition of affairs, it
may be stated that to-day the friends of
II ayes industriously circulated a report
that the senate would elect Morton presi
dent prt Urn. to bold over, as soon as it
should become clearly apparent that the
count cannot be completed and that a
new election would be held, with Morton
in command of the army and uavy. This
report bad considerable ot a bulldozing
effect on some (Southern Democrats,
which was apparent on all votes taken
on motions for delay pendiu i the count
ot Rhode Island. This will serve to give
you an idea of the situation.
COMPLETE BY FRIDAY.
At this hour, one o'clock a.m., the
outlook is that the count will surely be
completed by Friday.
Tbe majority ol tbe comtnilte ou
privileges, powers and duties of tbe
house have agreed to report the bill to
provide for temporarily filling any vs.
cancy occuring In the office of president.
In the event of there being no constiiu
tional declaration of an election before
the commencement ot tbe regular term.
Tbe bill provides if the senate be in ses
sion at tbe commencement of the new
term, tbe presiding officer shall act as
president of the United States until the
president shall be elected and qualified in
accordance with tbe constitution and ex
lsting law, but If tbe senate be not then
in session," the presiding officer last
elected by that body shall become presi
dent ot the United States until the va
cancy shall be regularly filled, provided
that such last presiding oliicer shall not
have ceased to be a member of the senate
on the 4th of March, and provided, also,
that be be possessed of the constitutional
qualifications as to age and nativity. The
bill alan prnviiipa that in tbe possiblo con
tingency of there being no such presid
ing or ex-presiding officer of the senate,
the speaker ot the house shall act as pres
ident. The bill looks to a new presiden
tial election next November, and in tbe
event of any temporary occupant being
installed, be would be entitled to contin
ue in nice under the provisions above
referred to, until the 4th of March, 1878.
Ia Jsnl (Ion.
THB PBXKSTLVAXIA ELECTOR.
ASHUiOTOJt. Feb. 26. At 3:13 the
senators entered the hall. The presid
ing officer called the meeting to order,
and the action of each bouse having been
read be announced that tbe two houses
not having concurred otherwise, the vote
of Pennsylvania would be counted.
Senator Allison, one ot the tellers,
thereupon announced that the State ot
renntylvania had given twenty-nine
votes for Mayes and Wheeler.
UODI ULASD OBJECTED.
The oertixkave trom Chode Island was
then read, shewing four votes lor Hayes
and Wheeler. The preaidiijg o3Loer
bavkg asked whether there was any
otjeeUon to the vcte of Kbode ft'ta j
beix counted, Mr. O'Brin, on behalf ol
bimseJi, Senators Kt2y aad Cordon, and
K-preaefatAiiTW Jeuk. Mackey, liioe,
Vance, of Ohio; Hurt. W'AUk d Fop
pkton, presented the lollowitg objec
tions to the vote of Wbl b. Slater :
L That cald vrmiara S. Slater vU B
dolv trpc-xd tkcwr by the suit U
raw ie laiand at t W eiection in tud state
mi Ikovecntier 7. IKC.
.Tbt wrgt U-CliMoeordinjr to
the docMMtt t Us cteeuml Mnnutloo
H snob dbcisaoa t law rendered tatbe
eount U Use wve U J. W. vracia. .n
elector of tbe state of Oregon, was duly
appointed elector try the sittc of bode
iiAx, ana ine substitution u turn of
sua stavi wm ujegu tua unootistitu
I. It in any event it at cotnpeietit to
eomplsU tbe electoral college of Khode
taiaaa vj svaowg snouter elector luemo.
it wool only have been done under the
law ss annoonoed by said electoral ootn
niidon it said decision be law and
pursuant to the laws ot said state by the
act ot a maiorrry of the members of said
college, end not by the legislature of said
No other objections beioz made the
presiding officer announced, at half past
three, that the senate would now return
to Ita chamber, to that both houses might
separately oonsMer the objections.
OOWa OH TO SOITSJ CASOUSA.
Tbe senators at 7 o'clock re-entered
the chamber, and the vote of Rhode Is
land was, after the observance f the
soil formality, announced as four votes
for Hayes and Wheeler.
The Mflrt eertiaeste opened was that
from South Carolina, ttthentlcated by
Governor Cbajstifrlsln. showis UM.
fotes for Hayes an Wheeler. It was
followed by another certiAoate sbo flng
seven votes fur Tilden and Uendrkks,
with a aitttwssu by tbe eisctort ex
plaining the abseaee of the governor's
authentication. The objection to the
Republican certificate was presented by
Representative Cochrane, of Tcnnsyl
vanla, and the objection to tbe Demo
cratic one was presented by Senator Pat.
tersou, of South Carolina. They are as
1. That no lejral election waa held iu
South Carollua for presidential electors,
the reiierai assembly of that state not
having provided as required by article 8,
section 3, of tlw constitution thereof, for
a registration of tbe people entitled to
vote, without which registration no Vitlld
or 1 k1 flection could oo held.
2. i'hat there was uot existing iu the
state of South Carolina on the first ol
January. 137G. nor at anv time thereaf
ter, up to mm including ma lutn or ue
eetnber, 1S76, a Republican form of gov
eminent, such as is guaranteed by the
constitution to every state in the l ulon.
. That tbe federal government, prior
to and during the election ou November
7. H7fl. without authority of law st'
tioned in various parts of said state at or
near the polling places detachments of
the I nited States army, by whoe pres
ence the full exercise of the rights ot snt-
frnirG was prevented, and by reason
whereof no legal or free election was or
could be had.
4. That at the several polling places in
said state there were stationed I nitea
States demit v marshals, appointed under
the provisions of sections 2,021 and 2,02,
I nited states revised statutes, wnicn
provisions were unconstitutional and
void ; that said deputy marshals, exceed
ing over one thousand in number, by
their unlawful and arbitrary action iu
obedience to improper and illegal in
structlons recelred by them from the de.
partment of justice, so interhred with the
full and free exercise of the rljrht of suf
frage by the dulr qualified rotrra ol the
said tnte that a lair election could not
tx, and was not, held in said state on No
vember 7, 1S7C,
u. That there wss not from th lt of
January. 1S76. op to and including tbe
10th ot December, ;,C, at any time a
state government in the State of South
Carolina, except a pretended govern
ment set up in violation of tbe law and
of the constitution ol the United States
bv Federal authority and sustained by
(Signed) John W. Johnston and W.
II. Darnum, senators ; Alci. Q. Coch
rane, Mr. J. Southard, T. Wood, J. A.
McMahon, W.S. Stenger, Wm. Mutchler,
Geo. C Cabell, Jan. Sheaklcy, Levi
Marsh, William Walsh, Wm. Bobbins,
W. O. J. Sparks, E. F. Toppleton, A. T.
Walling, T. S. Ashe, A. M. Scales, C. 13.
Roberts, T. D. Collins, Jas Turney, A.V.
Rice, D. J. Frankllu, Cbas. Thompson,
John T. Phillips, W. S. XIolmaD, ti. A.
Jcnks, John M. Bright, S. S. Cox, John
U. Clarke, Jr G. C. Walker, It. A. De
Dolt. John R. Eden, J. R. Tucker, J. B
Clarke, Thos.'L. Jones and J. Proctor
The objection to the Democratic certi
ficate Is as follows ; 1. Because neither
of them were duly appointed an elector
for the state ot South Carolina. 2. Be
cause the lists of votes have not attac ted
to them a certificate ot the governor of
South Carolina as required to be mado
and annexed by sections 13t aud 138,
United States revised statutes.
3. "i'lio said papers have not annexed to
them a list ot thu names ot tho above
named individuals as electors as to whicii
the seal of the State ol South Caroliua was
affixed by the secretary of state, and
signed by the governor aad secretary as
required by the general lawi ot South
4. Because C C. Bowen, John Win
smith, Thomas B. Johnson, Timothy
llariey, William B. Nash, Wilson Cook
ana v imam i . Myers were amy ap
pointed electors lor the state of South
Caroliua, and as such electors at the time
and place prescribed by law cast their
votes for Rutherford B. Hayes lor presi
dent, aud William A- Wheeler for vice
president of the United States, and the
lists of votes signed, certified and trans
mitted by such electors to tlw president
of the senate are tbe only true and law
tul lists of votes for president and vice
president of the United States.
0. Because said Boweur Winsmlth,
Johnston, Harley, Mash, Cook and
Myers received the highest number of all
the votes cast by the qualified voters of
South Carolina at the election held ou
November 7, 1879, and tbe proper offi
cers of the state duly canvassed said
votes and made and certified according
to law, and under tbe great seal of the
slate of South Carolina, and delivered to
said pergous the lists of electors of presi
dent and vice-president of the United
States elected by the qualified voters of
tbe said state, and showing that said per
sons were tbe persons having the high
est number of votes, and were elected,
which certificate Is dated December 'J,
1S76, and which has been read before tbe
two houses of congress, by reason of
wbl.h said Bowen, Winsmith, Johnston,
Harley, Nash, Cook and Myers were law
ful electors for the state ot South Caro
lina. 6. That the lifts of votes cs.t by talj
Bowen. Winsmitb, Jotititou, ILuley,
Naeh, Cook and Mrers have annexed to
them a certificate of tbe governor ot the ,
state of Sooth Carolina, required to be
roaoe py sections 13 and Hi vt the
L'nlt"d butts Revised Statutes.
7. That Lhe said bets Lave anniri to
tbn s lift of names of ulJ Bowca.
WinndU. Johnston. Harlev. NVh.
Cook and Mrers as electors. ax.d to
which the seal of lhe state of Srmth
Carolina was affixed by the secntury ot
state, and signed by the governor and
fceeretary as required by the seneral law
vi Sooth Carolina.
tftignt! Jobs J. rsJTBksov,
J. . Cnuirmxcr,
C. J. I.4THAM,
J. II. Riixcr,
. . . RepreseaULiTes.
The object's Lavins: been read, the
presiding fiiuer snnoanosd that they
would be submitted to ibe electoral coin
?i5lr?nf lU ts-mwt snd decision,
and that the seuat would now retire to
Its own chamber.
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A monthly Jouraal an lIoeXeprr'S
. : aln.
Thirty-two Colnmna Ailed with the
Choioest lUadMns- Matter.
DerotNt in RelantiAA. tntrlrrtuat and lintrtio
lira infomiMina, ranhioa. 1 llntrs Art, wr.,
no., snpitiTiQg a neenr iodk bwku j
trtrr kuiiiur. Aino eonuuoinv inirnnia con
tinued and Bhort ator e. tkrtriiM, plui.
wil and humor, eful knowlrrtirc, Hmi, uu
ilea. Me., tc. coiniinin; lniruiKrni man in
trrrntint matter, irlntmn piirlivuliirly to (lit
dnlie ef dallT life and Uie borne circle, with
valuable rvoelnlx for everr lioiiaekefiwr. Thi
journal hm (or lis object the improvement of
morals aa well as the health of society, n t a
such cannot fail to be considered a valuable ad
dition t every household aud an orDaiueiit to
every borne. Bright, cheerful, earneet and pro
gressive, it is on tne si.ieoi ieroperan, cnri
tian morality and all true refornia. W lutev. r is
hurtful to society It condemns without ffar cr
and makes itaelt felt in tbe remmuuity s a
imwer tor good. 11andom-ly piinU-J, pnf-e-v
illustrated, emphatically a paper lor the
family, Uie business and irol'hioDJ rea-ter,
and for all cla-'wa who tlejire a thonul"
pparkling, independent Journal.
TE&H8 PEE ANNXTW.
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And at the same rate (Ti cts per eopv r aannn)
for anv additional numberover tweotv. ut-K-ribtis
at different poek'blce caa.bia in a cl
A New and Elesawt Chrome rreoentea
To eevh tulwnkf. M( cr in i' J
double tbe J'NALe-lNr J
a masterpiece of the'pufid'orf SckVd ef (rer-e
twintinr. bv l"pf. Jordaa, if S IV,.
itctell prit-e . A copy ol liiuful ilewitv- i
live p.Hin for fram nc I furaitd '
Agents.maleorie--5uie.CAr. ma.se nxtc-wy , A UTf t.S-J Ur ai.-W, er-1-etUns;
sub.rriwW lor thi rr thaa v- T vittey. ,wfrjU(j lrak- , iU U
tiling ele. l-rre raft runi!U.ktBS :eS
a... I ..'ii.i.a Mrt.wv .v A V . . 1
save time and eetcur trrnkvr rr aiNua S3.
f.ir vrhk-h we wi;i for-anl rrwia.'l e-.ar.pt J
oottlt. certiSoateof acrcv. ffrimt efir.
etc. etc. lirmitrasoe hHi! J l mtmie fj ir.t
or post offire errler. A Jdre
iai AToasure rvoussuir up
J-'.B-ty 4 Cedar St- New vfk tizy.
FOKTV TEABS Hi FKC Tilt PTBLia
DR. C. M9LAXE'S
1 1 L M; i; A 1 1 D
r r i... rt t-r ; r
Hepatitis or l.iva- O.'aiplaint,
DYsl'ir!.V AM" M i; HIAiiACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Ijver.
1)AIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, inc reases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is nrclyable to lie
on the left bide ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently e.vtt rxk to the top of
the shoulder, and is vHiittimes mis
taken for a rhenm?ri:irt in the arm.
The siouiach is attci te I w Hh loss of
apjietite ar.d tit l;r.e. . : the Ixwcls in
Leneral are cc-tive, ct lines alter
native w ith lax : th.-1 ci is troubled
wiih pain, a? ecu : :-.i.u v ith a dull,
lieay f.cr.saii n in i'.o bai.k pait.
'Here isgeiicnliy a. o.t idcrable los3
.fn:cmorv,ai.i un-uk-l withapain
ful sen.vj.ion i-f iu ' ini; Lft undone
sonxtliit- which oi.t-1 1 to have been
' done. A -jy-it, dry cc nh is some
times an attcr.dart. ; j'lic patient
con.plains of w ai iuess aid debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are told
or burning, and h complains of a
prif lily sensation of the shin ; hi
6p:'rits are low ; and although he is
satisfied that eer h would be bene
fuiul to him, jet be can scarcely
vuniaon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fa t, lie tiiitrusti eery rem
edy. Several of the above symn-
toiii'j anenu uie tij.i'-e, uut eases
have occurred v. here few of them ex
isted, yet C!tarf!:M:tion cf the body,
after donth, 1 r. Jiovn the livir to
have been extei.:ivc'v tieranged.
AO UK AND "rilYER.
Dr. C. M'.I.'.vi 's I.!i.r TiiiS,
IN c asks or Am i: a:;d Ti vef, when
taken with Quii h o. a:c productive
of t !ie most h. pr.y rt nli.. No better
tatnartic can I . ii cl, jicparatory
to, or after t l.ln Quir.ii.e. We
would advice fil vho rrc nicted
with this disease to gie them A
I AIU TRIAL.
i"or all Liliom dc-rangernents, and
as a simple purine, they are un
eq i: kl.
BKWAllK fir IMITATIOK.
The fciiiuii.c Dk. C. U Lane's
Livi k I'jLLvsr.- never suear coateL
livery box has a red w?x seal on
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Physician Sc Surecon.
OfLn ia Winter'a ISdtk. Orwr AeveatS aud
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t. Ktnier, t airo. b. XVtlis, laitv.
I . M. Itrtaktuan. M. Iouis,
J. Y. C'lcJUMio. c&lcionia.
, tirarial liatiiklsia; Baataeaa Deaie.
E3"Ex-hana- olil and botutht Interest paid
. Ik. it,vinM llMianiiM.nl I . i ! 1 inn. n,..l.
nd all b'3iat f prvinu llT attended to. '
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - tlOO.000
W p ItALLIDAY, iresiflnt.
HENBY I.. HAI.LIDAV, ViuePnal.
A. It H ViroKl, CAAhier.
WAf TfK UYbLOP. Aas't Caahier.
DIP. KCTORS :
St A at. Tatlob.
It. II. CconnunAM,
W. I'. Halmdat,
II L. Hallioat,
U. D. WlLLLAJKOS.
Exchange, Coin and United States
laonas uougni ana ooia.
DEPOlT reeeiTtd aad a eentral banlvlna
obtained ut e
nieilical, or other
labtls. CaTeuts, Al-niamU. lDterftraiira,
ttc., promptly atteudtd to. Inttntioua tliat
by the I'atent
"0 c e m a y
suit, in moat
case, he .e
- - - i ' "
Bit a ttia Patent riffle n-a a- n n... .
. xl n n .T ..rirv.
ts, ami atcure patents tnnrt promptly and with
-.v.--". t-wiu. iu.u m?t wuo mrv raaiote Iroiu
send u a a
w a rnaVa
.t i ml . .
tion fr.. ufctai'vuft a-lvlae as tnriatentability.
All correpoLli-nce strictly ronllihntial imiih.
1'rlff.a Inw AVIl Vk I'll t Hi... t'vi ..-t.
PATK.VT IS MXI-HEIJ. w.,a
N.r iA..fiL.;.l. . .1 .... av. . .
" - iwviuvi.iiiii uit i ,irni Ollli t, ana TO
inrtiitors in tvtiy tiUiieio tbe I'nhin Adlrea
C. A. 'SOW CO
opposite i-attDt oiUoe, V aAhingt jn, D.C.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Deiler ia
Jf: IB OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL attantioi ariTea toconsirraxr.U and
Hi line ordera
No SO Ohio Levee,
. , CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
In tbS UUtrlct Urt of the I'nita.l
States, Southern LiUtrict of Iilinois.
in ths matter ol Chandler ltobfolns and
cuanuier t. itoubina, bankrutits io
Motice i, hereby triven that br ordtr n
t ie district court ol the United States for
the Southern district of Illi
ood and third meetings of the creditors of
sai'j osnKrupta win i,e held at Cairo, in
ald dutrict, on tbe lath day ot Mareh, A.
!.. 177. at 10 o'clock a.m.. at the olilca of
John U- Uarman, K.'i., one ot the remitters
in bankruptcy. In aald district, tor the
purpose named in the 27th and 2Mn sec
tion oftha bankrupt act ot March 2, 1SW7.
lours, etc., utuitut t isiikk,
The Centaur liniments iU
tln, aubdue swellings, heal burns, and will cure
Ubcnmatiara,' tsoarln. and anr flash, bone or
muacla aJLuirnt Th. W 'J , Wrapper ia for
laraily use, the Yellow Wrapper for anlinala.
A hat of the InirreditnU are containad arounrt
eai-.b bottle. Tlieyare cbean. siieely. and cer-
The certain, speedy
remedy for children, liritchcr'aL'aatoria. It la
aa pleasant to take aa honey and aa certain in its
effect aa Castor Oil. 'or Wind Colic, Worms
Sour Stomach, and Disordered llowcla, there
nothing like Caatoria.
$ ? ? ? $ $ i ii y
Ik. VavLImw I - - ir.
w saaw " " - . . . mVW BOW
preared to rurniah all claatta with conauuit rm.
ploy tutu t at hone, the whola of Uie tune, or for
their inurt runniMiti. lluainMa maw liul..
protltable. I'traona of eithar sex easily earn
iroin frJcenta to $6 per evenln, aad a prcpor
tioual sum by devoting thur u hoi. tiru. u. the
business, Boys andftirl earn nearly aa asuch
as tueo. That all Who ace this notice, way aeud
tbetr adrtas, and teat the business we luake this
uMM.a..viv-., vuc . u u' u a. msw um wen MIUS
fled we will send one dollar to pay for the
trouble of writing . full particular, amaplea
wonn several dollar to nomnienoa work on
aad a eoiir of Home Bad flrealda. one of the
largaal aad be t illustrated publications, all aaat
free by mad. .KesuUr, ifyuu want pentaaent.
pronianie won wbowb STiaaos s co, fort
Tho Porfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
TI1K IIOKKOKS AMI .riMLMX(i ACCIDENTS
?n iwM-,te UH, tw it Vm tUi now sold aa Illuminator., which ate made Irotn
lVhM, iS war,! vt rohtldcmo in the puhllc mind m 1 Ilia ctrU'ti
fetj ef said this Induced (ho Inti j lili tion of
ELAINE AS Ml ILLUMINATOR.
tl.At.NKia 'iri.. ,, j .prina: w'.tcr white) in cih.r, will not txjdods
while burning In s lamp, nor in any oteer way, a. it doe. not cot.ialn any ol the exolo
five compounds o frefluenUy mei with in the ordinary Oil" for Illuminating. A lamp
filled with EL A IX K, II upset or sccldentally broken, will cot explode or burn. Tbere
U no position in which you tan put slump lillcdwith KLA l.NE for coiumouusc, in which
It will explode. tL-VINK is certainly the 8afct Family lUr.mln.iting Oil known,snd
can be med In any Coal OU oi Kerosene lamp, without change of burner.
WAS AWARDED THi:-
Ily the Jurors and CoiiimU-lont r of tbe
Centennial International Esliibition.
As ths Eetd Illuminating Of, lr Us extraordinary merit of Safety and Ilrllliancy
KLAIMC was slo swarded a Gold Medal at tbe I'iiut.utjb Lxpo.iU'.u ; and was
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by the
UNITED STATIC (JOVEItNME.NT LIOHT-IIOU.-E DErAItTMEST.
Aad received a high commendation from the Hoard of United Stntf Steamboat Inspec
tors, Washington, D. C.
Insurance Companies rate i LA1E the tame :i a (ia, risk.
ELAINE la ucd on many of the Railroad, Street Car and I!ov!. t the country
and Inaugurated superior to any other oil in tho maikct.
Can be used Id any lamp.
OUDEUS KftOM TDK TRADE f-OI.K ITKD.
PA I XT A3TDOIIJ.
S. F. Slake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, "Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Always on band, the celebrated tllunilnacing
Corner Eleventh Street and Waahlng
JOHN H. UTnUUCT,
Attorney at Law.
OTFICB : At m-aidenn on Ninth Street, tiet ween
SAtilngton Bventui and Walnut Btrert.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOENT9 AlBVEBIOAN POWDH 00
57 Ohio Iievee. )
L. . J 1
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Hoofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
tiny part of Southern nilnoia. 1
tUifhtnins Hods, Pumpa, Itovei
JsVsIsvbT PrssBjtlr Dsss.
ARE PAID S3
oiiIed in line c( duty, if by
aecidrnt or other rn. A
WUl .Vfl of any kiad, the
I' iK.f a l- lntreror T, or
the I.m cf an r.jrt, a Hl rV
H'KS:, if bat slight, (iM a
i cr.Moii. Di.eati. ul Lai&STS
or V'nrloo V elwa giv. a
dchar-td lor wouodtinjurias
or ruptvire, you get full boun
ty. Ilfbcnd ii stamps for
cupy cf l'cnuon and bounty
Actv AdHrr all tatters !
U. s. f iaim Agent, Indlanap
ol.s, Ind. -Oii all letter
Va.kr. O. iio54.-a
Dealer m Fresh Meal.
Btwtn Waahlnarton and Coxnuerols
venaea, sdJol&lnaT Hajany'a.
KKKHS for sals the best Bef, Pork, Mutton
Yod.Lamb, buuwjt, Ac., .nj ia ir
raad U err. faniltina In an anwutaM. ma- T
W. II. MABEAN.M. D.
EoasojilHe Fhjdcian a Surgeon
(Dr. Ri tenant a Succnior )
Office 136 Commercial Ave.
2",,ra Cairo, Mlnoia.
ChifM,Lali.llen,ion r.,Tn 10 tb t"ment ot
Blak "nU us rulla to fe-
la399SCan 1 M man VV 'nr agent
, every month In the biuioeit a
furnlab, but thoM willing to work ran 4s v
Mu"m2oXJ!m ' day TlKhtia wTK
ealtu.s. Have no room to exiiluin ht iu,.!
aew iileuaaut and honorable, wSn'n bova
od gfrU do aa well aa men. ' 't "will furntfh
rouaeotuiileui outfit free. Th. bu nes.
betur tnaa anytbii.g else. We will Lea,
penMoraUrting you? Particular? ftU. Wr?u
'iS"' nhanioa. tidr aont
and daughlera, and all rbtaaes 10 i4d of navinS
aorkatliouie, should write to tuTand rn aS
lhoV wurk once- Xow ia the time
Stallle,!l7,1 AAdlm .AuguVS?
A FBIVATC MEDICAL T111TUI aa .11 a;
a r.Vt. N tur. 1. k. ZLZ?''
1V! ' "tsitsji-ni .iMkraMl toriiri C",Ul
S.aiiual n mVimu, Caunh, CaaoarTluatiuI.
Haa, mr . a0 ua u,k ata4ar slaTtoT'if! iSYS
tun. kok. ooat. Inlas 4SO iod(
eln r 6S WaV A.Ur.ML. D ultSnZj