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liyei' Southern Policy the Bone
Itnnu la ttt- Scute Om the At-
aiiiiioa of Xalltgy,
(Special to the Republican.)
WasbihotOs, March 6. To-day
Biaim began carrrhia; out the threat
that ha mad to Sherman a week Ago,
at telegraphed to Uie Republican. After
Lamar waa aworn, Blaine called upon
the resolution to admit Ktllogf and
struck out in the style by which be made
hla reputation in the house. lie is de
termined to be the central figure in the
senate, and to leaft the opposition to the
Hayes conciliatory policy. In letting
this be known to-day he gare no uncer
tain sound to his opinions. lie plainly
told the Tice-presldent, who was presid
ing, that neither he nor Mr. Hayes had
any title to their offices II Kellogg was
not admitted to the senate.
MORTOM LOOKED IP
To him in surprise and fear iear that
Blaine would lead in the fight he was to
make, U it was to be made at all. The
two had sharp words, and made a split
which cannot soon be. remedied. Blaine
handled himself well, exeept when he
attempted his tricks "ot parliamentary
debate on Thurman, and then he got
punctured, as he will many times here
after, 11 he does not grow wiser. Cotik
l'n restrained himself, although he was
anxious to get at bis old antagonist and
hit lasting enemy.
. BLaBOC WAS KJL ALI.Y ANXIOUS
To draw him on. He wonld not take
part, however, and will not, it is believed,
until be learns whether he can control
the appointments in his state. If he
can, he will oppose Kellogg certainly.
He may do this, eyen It lie cannot.merely
to have a bout with Blaine. The Rcpub
lieana in Washington to-night, save the
Hayes-all-the-tiiiie class, are calling the
Mf president the second Andy John
01, and all agree that a general break in
the party is inevitable. Blaine's object
is to keep up the hate policy by which
be hopes to get the nomination four
years hence from the Northern Republi
cans. . MOltTOX'S rOLICT
ll also to keep up the sectional Btrile, but
ne wants the aid of the carpet-bag orsran-
Ixationt ot the South, which Blaine never
did get and which he does not care for.
Both think that they can carry the Re
publican politicians of the country with
' them, and that inside of ninety days
Hayes wQl come around. Hayes' friends,
on the other band, say he will not come
around, that he does not care for the pol
iticians, but knows that the people are
' DEMOCRATIC CONFERENCE.
The Democratic senators held a short
conference after the session to-day. It
was the general opinion that they should
only take part In these discussions when
it became necessary, and that a good
wholesome row in the Republican camp
of the kind now going on would gain tor
the Democracy something like an un
prejudiced hearing among the great mass
of Republicans. Ibey do not Intend by
any action, either in voting or in confir
mation of appointment! or otherwise to
condone the traud by which Hayes came
in, but intended to ring the changes on
it steadily henceforth. To-night there is
much music In the air, and to-morrow
the circus will proceed in the senate.
The president has been busy all day
hearing the friends ol candidates for cab
inet positions,- The two unsettled places
at the beginning of the day were secre
tary of war and secretary of the aavy. The
Ave others were appointed as lollowa ;
EvarU, secretary of state ; Sherman, sec
retary of the treasury ; Schurz, secretary
of the interior ; McCrary, attorney-general;
ex-Senator Key, of Tennessee,
post-mastergeneral. z.tj was in the
senate. by appointment after Andrew
Johnson's death, and is nowahwyerat
Chattanooga, Tenn. He was a colonel
in the Confederate army ; has always
been a Democrat, but of the kind which
conciliates northern men In his state.
He was telegraphed by Deacon Smith
that be might have the place without
making a political mountebank of him
self. THE SEX MOVEUEKT.
To-day a delegation of Teanesaeeans
called on Hayes In Key's favor. Thorn-
burg, a Republican member lrom Ten
nessee, also saw Hayes and told him that
the appointment ot Key would break up
the Republican party of Tennessee.
Hayes asked turn If key was honest.
Thornbarg replied that he was.
'Then," said Hayes, "he shall have the
office If he will accept." Key arrived
here to-night but op to a late hour has
not Anally determined whether . to ac
cept. The probability is that be will. '
rSTXEVIEW WITS TEX PIMIDRXT.
Late Mr. Key had an interview
with the president to-night, at which be
lormally accepted the offlse ol poetinas.
ter-fanerrd. In the conversation which
ensued, covering the entire Southern
question, the president and Key were
found to be la perfect accord. The pres
ident announced bis purpose to send a
communion, headed probably by Vice
President Wheeler, to Louisiana to ex
ami the stats ot affairs there and re-
pert io mm at an early day. Mr. Key
It traMptree, received dispatches from
atari ail the leading Democrats la Tie-
newea urging him to accept the post
TBS LATEST AKD BEST INFORMATION
To-night is that the cabinet will be as
above, and that Dick Thompson, of In
dlana, will be secretary of war, and Rice,
of Massachusetts, or some other New
England man, secretary of the navy
Thompson is not particularly a friend of
Morton, nor is he classed with any one
faction of his party in his state. He has
been at the head of state conventions tor
the last generation, and is now the attor
ney for the Vandalia railroad.
frte or MAIXB
Is also being pressed for the navy and
may get it, if Rice's name Is not sent in.
Morton sent word to Hayes to-day that
by taking Schurz into his cabinet he was
choosing a man who was lor any party
for two hundred dollars a night. Van
Horn and a delegation of Missouri Re
publicans called on Hayes to-day. Van
Horn will hardly jump into the interior
THE CABINET, AS AGREED ITO.N,
According to the best estimate, is as fol
lows : State, Evarts ; treasury, Sherman ;
Interior Schurz ; justice, McCrary ; post
oflice, Key ; war, Dick Thompson, of In
diana, and rlavy, Rice, of Massachusetts.
The presldcut said to-night that he would
send the nominations to the senate to
lRISrOW AND JEWELL.
At midnight the report is that Bristow
and Jewell bad been telegraphed to come
here. For what purpose no one seems
to know. I push aside the many stories
in circulation about Hayes repulsing" im
pulsive applicants for official laror.
There is hardly any significance in the
coming of the two ex-members or the
cabinet, yet their reported arrival lias
knocked the regular cabinet slate into
a dozen pieces. To-morrow, however,
the suspense will be removed, t s it is
understood the cabinet will be sent to
He Does Not Apprehend an Im
mediate Attack from the
Nioholla Government And
Believes Hayes Will
Reasons Tor the JFftith. that ia in Him-
Praaant Status of the Two Partiea
Arailabla Fla-ntl&fr Strength of
New Orleana and the State.
New Orleans, March 4. Governor
rackard to-day made the lollowing
statement to an associated press re
porter : "1 cannot say that I anticipate
any immediate attack upon the state
house, though in the excited condition
of the public mind, fomented by constant
sensational dispatches to the local press,
sucn a thing is possible. I think it more
likely that, under cover of a pretended
process ol law from courts not recog
nized as having any legal standing, some
eflort will be made to arrest the officer of
the government or to serve a process
on them, and to enforce that service by
a pout ot the White League or the Nicti
olls militia as police, as they are now
termed. I shall regard any tucb potte as
a mob, aud shall resist it accordingly.
The state house is amply provisioned
and guarded, and cannot be successfully
assaulted by any movement short of a
general armed insurrection against the
government which has been legally In
augurated under the state laws. I be
lieve the ultimate recognition of the Re
publican state government is assured. I
attach no importance to the reported cf.
forts ot Pinchback, West, George Sheri
dan, Sloaneker, George Carter and
others to prevent It, The unloading of
these men is, in my judgment, a positive
benefit to the Republican party of the
stale. It enables us to attach firmly to
our standard such old citizens as Attorney-General
Hunt, George Williamson,
minister to Central America ; A. II. Leon
ard, Judges Taylor, Beattie, King, Bow
man, Hunter and others, who stand
ready to join the party when thus
purged, most of whom are old-line
Whigs, natives of the state, thoroughly
Identiiied with its every interest, and
who are now acting with us, most of
them for the first time. The people de
sire a good eovernment, and this can
best be obtained by dividing the people
other than on the color line. The acces
sion of such men as 1 have named, and
ethers, will equally divide the whites in
intelligence, wealth and Influence. The
sloughing oft of the so-called Republi
cans who now have allied themselves to
the opposition is a positive benefit to the
state. Their only motive in adhering to
the Republican party hitherto has been a
desire for the spoil of office. Their
deflection enables the party to purify it
self. I entertain no doubt of my ability
to maintain the government when once
recognized as the constitution aud laws
oi l no united ft t tea require. Of the
uiiy vuuouuu men ia jew Orleans ca
pable of beariig arms not more than
fire thousand are in arms against the
government. Of the fifty-seven parishes
4l V- l I V
comprising the state, only five, known
as the bulldozed parishes, are really in
resistance, and they only in regard to local
offices. Of the eighteen Judical districts
in the state, there is barely one ouUide
of the city ot Aew Orleans where any
mandate of the Nicholls supreme court
could be enforced by the officers of that
court. President Grant himself, in his
military orders, spoke of that court as
entitled to no more respect than would
be the decision oi any other five lawyers
appointed by any other private citizen.
Even in the city of New Orleans not one
Judge, sherlfl, or clerk of a court, so far
as 1 know, has bad spread upon the min
utes ot a court his Mcbolls commission
or qualification, in accordance with the
customs heretofore prevailing. General
icnou's government is bounded by the
limits of the White league, and bis
authority u nowhere enforced outside of
HAYES JORDAN. , ;
He Will Find It an Extremely
, Herd Road to Travel.
Uorton, Sherman, Logan,
on and uthere
mm ' ' .a .TT
A a a ' aawa a I" a a a a
Ten mm ne
Must not appoint Schurz
("pteial TelegTam to Chicago Times.)
Washlotox, March 6. The cabinet
slate is a great source of mental agony
to Mr. Hayes. He finds at the outset
stone wall and objections from his Re
publican associates, who have begun this
evening a bold attempt to subdue him to
the requisite partisan standard. The
proposition that Hayes has had in the
mind of making Carl Schurz secretary ot
the interior was one that has stirred the
Morton crowd to the very bottom
Hayes inaugural address fired them up
to an objective point, and so this even
ing the following delegation of senators
waited upon Hayes : Logan, Morton,
Hitchcock, Paddock, Patterson, Win
dom,John Sherman, with Bob Inger
soil. Tho special point of attack made
was upon Carl Schurz.
MORTON MADE A FIERCE SPEECH
Against him. He said that Schurz had
been repudiated by every party, by his
own countrymen, and for $1,000 could be
hired to talk at any length upon any
side. He said also that it would be vpi-t
awkward for Mr. Hayes to start out
with a cabinet that the senate would re
fuse to confirm. Morton said that not a
Republican senator would vote for the
confirmation ot Schurz. Senator Sher
man also opposed bitterly Schurz' ap
pointment. This same delegation op
posed nayes' southern policy, and
pictured to him tho dangers of his recog
KICHOLLS OR HAMPTON
By even indirect means, as he would
thereby endanger his presidential seat in
giyliig TUden a clear case. Mr. Hayes
was very much disturbed by the pros
pect of haying his nominations refused,
and said that he would consider these ob-
ectlons. Morton urged for secretary of
the interior, In place ot Schurz, Ben Har
rison, of Indiana.
The following is a summary of the
present condition of the cabinet state :
Department of state, Evarts. He may
decline to act on account ol not being
able to afford it. Treasury department.
John Sherman, now fightlnsr Schurz.
Department of justice, Geo. W. McCrary,
Interior department, Carl Schurz. He
has accepted to-day, and is
BRAGGING ABOUT IT AROUND TOWN.
He cannot be confirmed if the Demo
crats follow their usual practice and re
fuse to vote. The navy department has
been oflered to John M.Forbes, of Bos
ton. He declined. It is now offered to
cx-Uoy. Rice, of Massachusetts. Joe
Johnston Is pressed for the war depart
ment. He will arrive here to-morrow at
the request of GeAes7Ceu"rSEcr
man also backs and has telegraphed
for him. The Morton element will op
pose hla confirmation. For the post
master general's department, ex-Senator
Key has been merely requested to come
here to consult. His confirmation will
be bitterly opposed.
Cxrilauieut Over President U That's
( !( or Polity Theory of Free!-
uent Aiayee' ft rlenae.
Washingtion Special (March S) Cincinnati
Prominent radical Republicans have
been greatly excited to-day over what
they term a surrender to the White
League of Louisiana, and predict that
trouble will result from It. . Gov. Kel
logg bad been led to believe, not only
from his interviews with the president,
but also from assurances which he had
received from Senator Morton
and other Influential radical Re
pubheaas, that nothing of the kind
would be done, and that the Louis,
lana conservatives were being decelyed
for the purpose of inducing them to de
sert the filibusters in the presidential
contest in the house. Some ot them are
not complimentary in what they have to
say this evening about Gen. Grant, and
their only consolation is the prediction
that one ot the first acts of Gov. Uayea
will be te rescind the orders sent to the
commanding general in New Orleans
this morning, and direct him to act here
after in accordance with the iastructlons
previously issued to him.
As far as can be ascertained front the
friends ot President Hayes, the theory
which will govern the new administra
tion in its relations with Louisiana Is
that Packard has been legally elected,
but if bis government cannot sustain it
self without the constant intervention ot
the Federal power, some settlement
which will secure the peace of the state
and put Its affairs on the basis of assent
and co-operation ot tax-payer is greatly
to ne desired. Tho administration, It is
believed, will have no wish to abandon
Packard, or to retuso to recognize his
Just claims. It cannot fail to recognize
that his title is nearly or quite as good
as that ot President Hayes; but
at the same time it will not
feel like keeping a standing
army at his disposal any longer. It will
welcome a compromise proceeding from
Packard's own recognition of tho fact
that he cannot maintain himself, and
from his desire not to insist upon belnsr
protected in his office at the expense of
tue repose of the state. The settlement
of the vexatious difficulty Is not, there
fore, if this explanation be correct, to
come atoat Dy rresldent Hayes ungrate
fully throwing the Republican party in
Louisiana overboard as a dead weiirht.
but by the leaden of that party makinr
a truce with their political opponents In
a spirit of mutual conciliation, to cive
order and quiet to Louisiana, and to re
lieve the federal government of an an
noyance that has become almost unbear-
Albright's ftnt t eternise the srfta
re ar neeiicina sorcery
IA the Bute ot Xlll&ois.
fhe following bill was introduced by
Mr. Albright In the house on February
11, and lias passed Its second reading :
Section 1. Be it enacted by the Petple
of tht Matt cf lllinoit, repretented in the
Ueneral Atstmbly, That it shall be un
lawful tor any person, within tho limits
of said State, who has not attended at
least two full courses ot Instruction, and
graduated lu some chartered school of
medicine, either in tho United States or
some foieign country, aud Is not a per
son of good moral character, to practice
medicine in any vt its departments, or
perform surgical operations for reward
or compensation, or attempt to practice
medicine, or prescribe medicine or medi
cines, or perform any surgical operations
for reward or compensation, within the
State ot Illinois.
Sec. 2. Any person living in the State
of Illinois, or any person coming into
said Stale, who shall practice medicine in
aoy ot Its departments, or perform, or at
tempt to perform any surgical operation
upon anv person, within the limits ot
said State, in violation of section one of
this act, shall, upon conviction thereof,
be fined hot less than llftv dollars nor
more than one hundred dollars for said
oflense; and upon conviction of a second
oflense, uuder this act, shall, in addition
to the above fine, be imprisoned in tho
county Jail ot the county In which such
oflenso shall have been committed, lor
the term of thirty days ; and in no case
wherein this act shall hnve been violated, 1
shall any person go violating receive anv
compensation for services rendered.
Sec. 3 Any person who fails or ner-
lects, on or before the flr6t dav of Octo
ber, 1877, to Hie in the office of the Clerk
ot the Circuit Court ot the county in
which he resides or keens his office, a
certificate or diploma of some chartered
college of medicine that ho has attended
at least two ruli courses, and graduated
at such college, shall not be permitted in
any court of this State, te sue for or re
cover any compensation for his services,
auvice or auenuance as a physician or sur
geon. And the failure to file a certificate
or diploma, as above nrovided. ahull he
prima facia evidence that he has not at
tended or graduated at any school of
medicine provided, that any person who
shall have been, for ten rears immedi
ately preceding tho passage of this act,
regularly enraged in the practice of med
icine or surgery, shall be exempt from
the provisions ot this act. upon filing an
affidavit ot such fact In the oflice ol the
Circuit Clerk of the county where he re
sides or practices.
&ec. 4 Any person miner a certificate
or diploma, as provided in section three
oi tnis act, shall attach an afndavit
thereto that the same Is true and tann
ine, which affidavit, it false, shall sublect
the person making and subscribing the
same, to conviction ami punishment as
in other cases of perjury.
The Pattl-raax Tronblea.
(Sew York Uerald Cable Dispatch.)
Paris, Marcli 3.
But soaring above these In interest is
the difficulty between Adelina PattI and
her husband, the Marquis de Caux. It
is the universal topic in society, and is
discussed in the cafe with the zest
which only a Frenchmon can bring
to the details of a scandal with a
ueea ot tho opera among the lead
ing characters. What a cyulcal dog
your blast Frenchman la I "Rein est
sacre pour un aa;cur," Thcrese used to
sing, but it may be said of the flaneur as
well. They all knew this thing for
years. Of course they never said anything
about it, but then they did not want to
be the first to say a word against any
one. Now, however, that the mur
der is out they are free to
tell you something. They will tell you
how they used to laugh in their sleeves
when they beard people praise poor lit
tie Patti for anything but good looks and
divine singing, and how Uiey knew old
Caux for years to be a very disagreeable
person indeed in domestic matters. It is
highly possible that they had no faith in
either on general principles, Just as they
believe In no woman's honor exeept she
is a very close relation, and then, with
fine French inconsequence, they are ready
to light forty duels tor a breath against
her good name. In vain explanations
are made that the trouble Is ail on the
side of the Marquis, if la Marquise was
not improper then they are at a loss for
an explanation. Tncte gentry are filled
with joy at the latest phase of the diffl
culty. It re-establUhes their faith in
themselves. It is this. The Marquis has
begun a counter suit lor separation, and
the malignant gossips lay particular
stress on the announcement that the
principal witness is to be Mme. Nicolini.
the wife ot the tenor who figures so
largely in the case.
A Conulry Hotel Rurned Down, and
Six Li fee Loal t'rwui Lite to Iaib
a m an a.ya.
1'ittsburg, March 5. A telegram
from Kars City, Butler county, Penn
sylvanla, says that a fire originated early
ima morning in the office of the Bateman
Hotel by a cigar being thrown under the
counter among the waste paper. It was
discovered by Mr. Bateman belore it had
made much headway. He Immediately
ran for water, but, in returning, found
the whole room ia flames, thereby
cutting off all escape by the stairway
from the rooms above. Mr. Bateman
illl-hn.1 .1 ....
lurougn me flames, ana suc
ceeded in saving ins son. Both were
badly burned, the son fatally. The
building was consumed with learful
rapidity. In less than half an hour it
was totally destroyed. In searchiae the
ruins, the bodies ot Mrs. Bateman aud of
ner daughters Minnie, Lou, Belle and
Winnie were foUaj burued beyond
recognition. N. Drown, ol the firm ot
Sprogle A Co., of New York, was found
almost consumed. Thirty boarders
were in the hotel at the time, six of
whom were Injured by Jumping from the
windows. Loss about ten thousand dol.
ars, with an iniuraneanr about nine
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Wholesale and Iietatl Dealers in
WINES OF AIX KIN UN.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
Messrs. !MYTH A CO. have lonsUntl?
ktit, ami a-ive especial attention to the wholesale
uuu ui un uusuwaa.
English lirussela. Three Tly and lnrrain
also. Stair Carpeu, Velvet Rugs, Crumb
vivuiR, vii i.iuiu, eio., very cheap -tthe
113 FULTON ST.. NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed and sent to an
pan ui uie united stales iree of charge.
rtDl lu Uia knows
UUlfut Wfun auaj-a. C
KEIIUIHE COBALT POT
Reccommended by JENERAL PLEASANTON
l or the cure or a lanre class cf DISEASES. aio nseu lor PUmul.itlntr 1
V e nave in itocK a good tuppir, anu
mentions, ami at prices tuat
The Perfection of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AWAItDEO THE
By the Jurors and Coinmioeioncrs of the
Centennial Zntornatlcnal Exhibiting
As the Best Illuminating OP, lor Its extraordinary tneriu of 6tHy and Brilliancy
ELAINE was al.o awarded a Uold Medal
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by the
t'NITLU 8 TAT KM OOVElt.NMF.NT LIUHT-HOL'SK DEPARTMENT,
And received a high commendation from the Board of United States f?teuii!lot Inspec
tors, Washington, D. C .
Insurance Companies rate ELAINE the taiue as a Gas ri.t.
ELAINE ii used on many ot the Railroads, Street Cars and Hotel ol .tUc counliy
and inaugurated superior to any other oil in the market.
Can be used la any lamp,
ORDERS J-ftOM THE TRADE OLIC 1TED.
ftpeelat Aaaeaauient Jfotlee.
Notice Is hereby given to all persona in
termed, that the city councd of the City
of Cairo having ordered that, the followlnx
named sidewalks be reconstructed ot wood
vu: On west aide of Levee street in front
of lots nine (11). twelve (1), thirteen (18.,
fourteen (14), tifteen (15) and eighteen (li
in block two (2); lots sixteen (lo and .ev
entcen (17) in blok three (3;; lots one (1)
two Vi), three (li), lour (4), tix (), seven
() light (8i, niue (), ten (lU), eleven (11),
thirteen (13), fourteen (14), lilteen (15 !
sixteen (Iti), seventeen (17) and eighteen
(IS), in block four (4); lots one (h, two m
lour (4), live (6), all (6), ten (10),eleven (11
twelve (12), thirteen (13). lourteen (14), lif-
Ktu uj), luteen (iu), seventeen (17) and
eighteen (IS), in Jblock live (5n aud lots
hln. Ol .am fin .1 ...... ,. . i . ...
r..r . " ,..7 vt" twelve (W)
thirteen (13), lourteen (14) and sixteen (Hi
in block nix (0). a J in the city of Cairo. '
Aio: mat ine loilowinir named side
want oe reconstructed of wood, viz; On
vuo .uuiu .mo vi recond street, betwenn
Mivce street and commercial avenue: On
eiuoot neoonu street between
Levee street and CommercUl avenue: On
the south side of Fourth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
the aorta side ot Fourth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
the south side of Eighth straet between
iercs street ana commercial avenue: On
uie suuiu stae ot Tweiitn street, between
tvee siree ana Washington avenue: On
the south side of Fourteenth street, be.
tween commercial avenue and Walnut
street: un me north side or Fourteenth
street, between Washington Avenue and
vt amut street: On the west sido of l'oplar
street, between Thirteenth nod Four-
teeniu streets, and betwenn hi ft o nil,
t-ignieentu streets: on the west side ot
veuar street, between Ftlteenth and Six
teen in streets: On the north 6ide of
r.ituieeiJiu street, betwepn l.vn -,
and Commercial aveoue and between
Washlnirton avenue and Walnut utr,...i.
On the south side of Twentieth street. h.
tween Levee street and Commercial ave
nue: on mo norm side or Tweutieth street
between Levee street and Commercial avenue-:
on'.the west side of Wanhlngton'avenue
nwa ti.iu auu iwi'uiu street, ana on
the south side of Thirty-fourth street, be-
mnuwiH, siicc. auu vouunerciai ave
That the following: sidewalks lie an.
structed of wood, U : On the west side of
l'oplar street, between Tenth and Tweiitn
sireeis: ua me norm side of Eleventh
ucinceu n asningtoii and Commer
cial avenues: on the north imie r iik
teenth street, between Walnut nri
"wh, auu iuo soum side or Twenty
cituiu sireei, oetween Leet street and
vviuuioi tiai ItCIlUCi
That the follow! nn wnllr. A nAnu(,..
ed of brick, vii: On the'south si.in at ri,i k
street between WashWton avenue .n,i
f aluut street: On the south siiia nt ...
cnth street, between Commereiai .h
Washtujiton avenues: On the nMih .i.i.
of tseventh street, between Commercial
and Wabincrton avenues mil nn v,t
aide Of Watliinifton avenue. Ketween ka.
euth and Eighth streets, have applied to
the County Court ol Alexander county for
an assessment of the cost of said Improve
ments, according to benefits; and an as
sessment thereof havinn been made and
returned to said oourt the Anal hoaiinr
tnereon will be bad at the Marcli term o?
said court, commencing on the 12th day of
March. A.D.. 1S77. Ail persons desirlnar
may then and there appear and muka their
ueiense. ; ....
March 1st, 1877.
Johm Y. Turk kb,
3, A. Pivork.
t ... OoamistoBr,
Osetl for Stimulating Veretatlou,
ran mmim nirais io any desired ill
1 1: n is to any do i
will not lustily tuo la want In
ending to other market,
at the ritUburfh Exposition, mi w..
W. n. MABEAN.M. D.
(Dr. ItrigUam s Sucx-sot.)
OlHco 130 Commercial Avo.
-'-'-,m Cairo. Minoli.
Secuil atiention (riven to the treatment .i
t.nromc Di.ra.vs and dieniwa iciilmr to fc
Dealer m Fresh Meal
Between Washington ni Commend
ATenuaa, adjoining- Hanny'a.
ICE. r1r "H UL bt Ito,,f. P"'. Mutton
ln','..,,aU8af nd ia vt
" mKiim laiiiiiiea in
i an acuuiitalile Ins
F. Knnkel'a Hitler Wlae mt Jrost
ban never been voown to fail in the cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms: mdln
J'rV10 e.ert-0D. " "I memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
or disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweaU, cold foet,
weakness .dimness of vision, latiguor, nni'.
vernal Uasltude ot the musculo system,
fnu-J?u.,.",i:e,iie witt dyPeptio aympi
toms,bot bands, flatblng of the boJv drv.
ness of the skin, palUcf counteBance and
erupttoni i on the face, purify ii"e blood
pain in the back, heaviness tol the eyeUds
frequent black spots flying before the eyes
with temnorarv aufflKinn n,t "J ..ri..
a weakness, and to remedy
fails, thousands are nnur
that, use E. F
iron, it never
wuo niv. tiuerf i. t .. .
only JrJ. F. j
Beware or nnunterfait. . i i
Kunkel rBittTr WtaTSTiSSi:
so well known all oer th. ,......
gists themwlvcsmake an imitation Tind irv
fo sell it oil to their customer,, wn?S the J
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wuje or Iron 7
Kunkel's Bitter Win A? i?L lr.D'
only in $1 bottles, and has Ti Uow wwdm
nico y put on the ouuide Vith too PpPro.
prtetor'a photograph on the wrapper of
each bottfe. Always look for WKfntT
graph, on the outalde, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine.' On Z,T. ...Z.
bottle, or six for 5. Sold by druKKists and
ilealera erervwhern ' uggisis and
ALL WOUMS REMOVED AL1YE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
WTJnlJ1 mh Terms!
Dr. Kunkel, the only auccesstul physiciiui
who removes Tana Wnm i .ir"-
alive, with head, and no fee until removed
Common sense teaches that U Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can . r.i.rz
destroyed. Send lor circular to Dr. Kun.
Bei.no. tu worth JNlntH street, fhiladJi
ptila,Ja.. or call on your druirif i.t n.i .. i.
lor a botue of Kunkel's Worm stni.