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Prttidftnt Hayes New Cabinet
The Louisiana Senatorship
An Effort to Seat Kellogg.
Schurz and Chandler-The For
mer at Work.
(To tUt AuorutiM l'rra.)
Washington, March 12. Tlie cabinet
w'iii1xr who tmil not already taken the
oath of oflire were Mvomiii to-tlny, with
the exception ot Secretary Thompson,
who has not yit arrived iu Wafcliinpton.
After the mnntjcrs wcn qualiflod, a He
slon, lasting an hour and a half, followed
tor tlo jiurinwe ot Wonilntf R(Snaiattd
w ith each other. At the same time there
was iome talk upon the policy of the ad
ministration, but it was only a reitera
tion of the sentiment contained in the
inaugural address. The president gave
generally to hi cabinet the condition of
tbe department as related to him. The
cabinet officers afterwards went to their
respective department, where they were
congratulated by a number ot pcr.-'on.
TRK XKH CAHtSKT AT WOI1K.
Nx-M'tary I'hh to-i'iiy, haying Installed
Ids sui'ecssor, Mr. Kvarts, left the de
partment of state In company with a
friend for a walk. On the way he w as
met by numerous gentl' men, ih stop
tedhini to shake bunds and jvty their
respects. Tlie ex-wcretary say ho re
tires in good health, ami after eight years
of continuous service rejoices that lie Is
a sovereign, tree Ironi the cares of ptllee.
Secretary MeOary, shortly after tak
ing Ids seat in the war department to
day, w as waited upon by various ofllorr
iu charge of divisions.
ine other x:retartea and the, post-
master-general were alo waited upon by
their assistants and other officers iu their
THE l I-Kk.WK COI KT.
The supreme court after hearing a few
motions adjourned until to-morrow. '
At 1 o'clock to-day ail the members of
the I'nited States supreme court, with
the exception of Justice Field, who Is In
New York, paid their respects, is Is cus
tomary on the incoming of the new ad
ministration, to the president. , Tliey
were accompanied by l. W. UiJdleton,
their clerk, and by other officers of the
court. Attorney-General IU'Vciis Intro
duced tin' justices to the president.
There were no formal speeches, the visit
ting merely one ot courtesy. Some
time wa3 spent in conversation, and it
was particularly noticeably that Justice
Clifford and the president were on the
roost agreeable terms. The justices
upon retiriug expressed themselves much
pleaded with the brief but declded'ly
trkndly iiderview. With the company
was Senator and ex-Wupreme Judge
1'ivis, ot Illinois. Ex-nator fxgan
aUo called on the president.
I ITON'd TRAXSI LR.
.Verelary Sherman's first otticiai act
has U-en to assign V. K. I'pton, chief of
the iudependeut treasury, to duty as
chu t clerk of the treasury department.
IliK LOt IiMVA CASK.
The senate committe on privileges and
elections met to-day to take action en the
Louisiana case. All the members were
present except Senator Cameron, of Wis
cousin, who is confined to his boiue by
illness. Alter a debate of several itours.
Mitchell submitted a motion authorizing
the chairman to report to the senate to.
morrow tlte following resolution:
KeolvtJ, That Win. Pitt Kellogg is
jrij,ta facie entitled to be admitted to a
seat as senator from Louisiana, and that
the oath be now administered to him.
Senator MiUhul'a motion was agreed
to by a strict party vote, as lollows :
YuU Morton, Mitchell, Wadleigh,
McMillan. Hoar 5.
Nayg-Siiulibury, Mmiuion, Jf ill :t.
Senator Saulntxiry moved to lake up
the papers in the case of J.li. Kustis,
who claims to have been dully elected to
the Tuited States senate, from Louisiana
about two years ago. Kejectcd by a
1 he chairman (Morton) will to-morrow
present a written report in connection
with the resolution, of seating Kellogg,
and the democratic minority ot tlie com
mittee will also present their dissenting
HCUVV.Z OS HAND.
General (.Vi Schurz, the new secre
tary ot the iutei lor, assumed his duties
After a brief conversation with reW
tary ChauUter, the latter sent lor the
various heads ot bureaus, and the princi
pal clerks of the departments, and Intro-
dueed them Individually to his succes
nr. i nanuier, then addressing himself
to Mr. bchura, remarked that when he
took charge (4 the department he found
m any v abase wldc-h needed correction.
Mid these abuses existed especially iu the
Indian and l'Unt Bureaus, and were ot
-u1i a nature u to require lieroic treat
tuent. Thta he had applied, using the
anile freely and doing some akarp cut
ting. The result was that abuses com-
I'laiiMMl of had ceased and he took pleas
ure In aaylng that ho was indebted to the
geulWiMo who wer. now around him In
a large weatura tor aiding Lisa In the
work of reform which lie had found nee-!
Secretary Schurz retpouded to Mr
1 handler as lollows :
'I thiuk 1 ant expressing the general
opinloo of the country when I say you
have saeoeeded In placing tlie Interior de
parUut In far better couUiiioo than it
baa been for years, aud that the public la
indebted to you for tbe my euergetlc
and successful woik you have performed.
1 euU-r upon the tftJuou duties with
which I bare U.n entrusted with an
earnest iloMrp to discharge them con
scientiously, and 1 shall be happy when
leaving the department to have achieved
as good a reputation for practical effl
elency as yon have, won."
Turning to the clerks and heads of lu
ream.-Secrilfiff Sehhfz continetl :
Ornti f.mkn' : I desire to sav to yott
that I intend to conduct this department
upon business principles, and you may
tie assured that I bring into my official
relations with you the best possible er
sonal feeling, and hope you will serv
the country as faithfully and effectually
under my administration ns 1 know you
have tinder Hint of my predecessor. 1
Subsequently Secretary Schurz and Mr,
('handler had 'a private conversation.
lasting for half an hour, after which the
secretary received a number of visitors
who called to pay their respects.
Mr. Chandler will remain in Washing
ton for some time to come.
THK XKW POSTMASTFR-CR.XKRAt.
Ex Senator Key was formerly Inducted
as head of the post otnYc department
this afternoon, (Uncial Tyner Intro
duced to his successor the chief ot nil
the bureaus and divisions, and In a few
brief remarks expressed his appreciation
of their efficiency and his personal rcgre
nt parting with them. He then formerly
t u rned over t he control of t he depart men
to Gen. Key, who remarked merely that
ho felt somo embarrassment in coming
among them as a stranger, but he wished
tliem to know that fir had no intention
of making any changes, and that ho ile
sired to discharge the duties of the office
as Ins ilistin,!iiislied predecessor hail
All the clerks and other employes of
the department then tiled in and were
each in turn greeted by the new post
master general with a cordial shake of
The president has recommissioned
Hallowav forpot master at tndiauapolis
CJoorge I'ileagcr will probably be nomi
nated to-morrow for the post office at
South liend. ' "
Fredrick V. Seward will arrive here
in a few days to accept the position of
ausUtant secretary of state.
UK WILL KKSION.
Inadditioa to the' press dispatch re
lating to the report from Ilarrfsburg
that Simon Cameron had resigned
his United States senatorship, Sena
tor Wallace and other gentlemen to
day received private advices to tlie same
e fleet. '". ' ' '
Senator Cameron, of Wisconsin, is re
ported much better.
It is not certain altogether that the
cabinet will meet to-morrow, but a ses
sion will be held Wednesday evening.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.'
BIftiae'a lderhlp In the araiale
ttvm. Urmal t lhe apitol to Hal Ike
lMerat Bias Ualaetl In ! a-
al ertsalt Ike Am Mr union.
(From our rt(uUr t ornpu.leDt.)
Washix(itox, March H, 1S77.
But little is talked of now, in political
circles, except the breach between tbe
president and the great senatorial Repub
lican leaders. Jut what the result will
be, no one seems disposed to compro
mise his accuracy ot judgcuient by fore
casting; but the opinion is gaining
ground that there is an "irrepressible
conflict" between I'rwbldent Hayes on
one side, and Senators Blaine and Mor
ton, with possibly a uuiority ot the sen
ate, on the other. Mr. lilaine has broken
bis silence In the senate chamber, and
gained, almost in a day, the conspicuous
leadership he has so long maintained in
Will be contested. It was contested yes
terday by both Morton and Conkling,
but it must lie admitted that, in the at
tributes of mere leadership, Mr. Blaine
is superior to all rivals; that
he has a much larger following than
the others, and that his friends
will follow them to the farthest point.
Yesterday Mr. Conkling arose to offer
an amendment to a resolution admitting
the senator elect from Oregon and he
followed it with an impromptu speech nt
some length in which he, without once
referring to the senator from Maine,
made a powerful arraignment of the po
sition assumed by Mr. Blaine In refer
ence to the admission of Wm. Fitt Kel-
It Is a splendid sight to observe the
grand political game with its major and
minor moves and motives, to observe
the rage and agony of balked ambition,
to discern the personal rivaltics that
shape the destinies of states and of the
nation. It is grand to observes battle,
from a tower of safety ; but battles arc
mere vulgar friction of physical forces,
tlie menial service ol tnaudatory Ideas.
An army I aa executioner; politics Is
the Jury, iudge, and counsel, the august
court. So you will see juod trot iitmw
itroudtun, politics is nicer than war.
When Mr. Conkling arose and com
menced speaking In his cynical Mcphis
tophelian way, the reporters and corre
siondHU erected their ears and turned
The Democratic senators listeued
with a curious expectation which
gradually broadened into that satis
faction which the coulusion
of an enemy's counsels brings to chari
table minds ; whiile Mr. Blaiuo regarded
his hereditary rival akauce with feel
ings too emphatic tor expression.
For two days
a Ex. cra.'t
Has been at the capltol, it U said, for
the purKKe of oppoting the continua
tion ol Mr. Schurz. The Indications, at
preset, are that the president will insist
with great firmness upon the approval by
the senate ot the men whom he has
During tlie past week the senate cham
ber has divided with the white house the
public Interest. The floor and galleries
have Imu cowded. There are many
ehauges in tlie semitorial versanti, aud
II neither Coiblu uor Kellogg, as now
teeina probable' shall tm admitted,. th
the Republican majority will be no more
than two. b To show that tbe 1
' ' DBMufR ATS tUVIC nstXED ' 1
111 uiieiiectnai as well ns in tuimrrica
strength, it Is but necessary to mention
that 11111 M Oeorgta has succeeded Nor
Wood, that Morgan, of Alabama, has
succeeded (Joldwinthe and that Lamar
and Heck, unquestionably the , ablest
Democrats formerly in tbe house, are
now In the senate. Senator Coke of
Texas is n man ot distinguished appear
aoce, massive, well lormed, with hand
some sundirowHcd face, mustache, am
imperial. Senator Morgan, of Alabama
is small in stature, indifferent l' good
looking, but withal rather remarkable ir
bis appearance. Senators Deck and
Conklingnrc tall, grandly proportions'
men, and, though 1 have never seen the
scale l applied, I believe they are
Isometrical 111 stature, girth, weight
even to the dimensions of no.e, mouth
and chin ; but they do not . resemble
each other in the least Ior one is blonde
Republican, while the other Is a I Vino
eratie brunette. Senator !avis of Illinois
is of the eollossal composite grotesque
Falsfalllan order of architecture, and, it
is said, that, he has lieen recently surveyed
for a new suit ot clothes. , C
A Mw mill flrllliant I l(hl far It lea
A new. invention, ot a simple and
practical nature, has of lateN'cn success
fully applied In several places In Ger
many and France. The system consists
f clectrjiV pnndlc, or sticks of charcoal,
surrounded by isolating matter, which
gradually cousumes, leaving the char
coal lire like a wlek, which slowly melts
away under tbe brilliant glow of elec
tricity. Willi two such candles, a light
equal to that of one hundred gas jets
may lie thrown on a street. An electro
magnetic: machine can keen burning
wenty of these electric eanlles. Tim
cost Is about half that of gas, and the
ight is of the brightest and purest kind.
I'he Krleldcr Zietunp gives the following
account, by an eye-witness, of tho wo. k-
ngof this mode ol lighting In the ma-
hine lactorr of the brothers ; Mcer. , at
Glad bach :
The great building was enveloped in
total darkness when we entered. Soon
j after one of the proprietors lighted the
I email developing apparatus in size not
I 1nnrai Hint, tlilrtv 1 ntiil In ln.it.lir
IVII.I b U t I . ......J IIILIIL.lf II l .1. .1.
not more than sixteen incbes. As soon
as it was set in operation by a small
steam power with which it was con
nected by a belt, tbe Immense machine
room was instantaneously lit up as
bright as day. At tho entrance of the
same there was to bo seen only one lamp,
at a height ot fifteen or sixteen feet,
which gave it a most brilliant and steady
light. It was so clear that the finest
shades of ludigo-dyed silks could be
easily distinguished. The electric light
was distributed In such a manner,
through the agency of n mirror, that
a long stay In the room In nowise
injuriously affected the eyes. On go
ing into the'gardou an elcctrij lan
tern, suddenly lighted, llluiuiDatod the
Whole neighborhood to such a degree
that at a hnndred f.t very fine print
could lie read, and at two bundled fifty
leet larger and ordinary character! were
plainly legible. Of the wonderful pro
perties of this electric light we bad the
clearest proof, and we were further
pleased to learn that in this establish
mcut the cost is etlmated at a fourth to a
sixth of gas-light. In large rooms li d
public squareH and streets, the. slectric
light before long is sure to take the
place of gas as an illuminating agwit. In
France it is rapidly growing in favor,
and Is in operation in forty establish
ments. The immense depot of tlie C he
mlu de Fer du Nord at I'uris is about,
also, to be lighted by this same elec
tric system. There is no danger what,
ever of fire from it, which gives it
an Immeasurable, advantage over all
other means of illumination. The I'ar'u
engineer, Gramme, sod the C hief Kngi
neer Von llcfener Altcncek, tl the nVni
ot Siemens HaUke,' lit Berlin," were He
first who constructed the electro-magnetic
machines, by means of which a
pleasing mechanical power is converted,
in a simple and practical manner, Into
electric light. This luventiou is one of the
most remarkable of modern tinits
I luUloor work K can be carried on by
night as well ns by day with this light,
aa it expels the darkness and tills the at
mosphere with an almost sunlight luster.
In tlie, lighting 'of cities by tits iiew
process, tlie economy as compared with
gas, will be at bast SO per ce nt. . We arq
evidently on the eve of as"gieat a revolu
tion iu lighting as when gas su(Mrseded
oil lamps and tallow candles.
THE INAUGURATION BIBLE.
Prcat-ulnl lo Hra.
Hayes' Saturday night oath is to go on
the ofllclal records in tho state depart
ment, aud no record will be made oi
Monday's operation. The follow ing in
cident concerning the Bible on w hich
the first oath was taken Is related by
the correspondent of the Baltimore
"The Bible on which the oath was
taken Saturday was a handsome new
one, purchased socially for the purpose
byl. W. Middleton, Ksq., the clerk ol
the supreme court of tlie I'nited States.
It Is an expensive English edition, bound
In brown Turkey morocco, with gilt
edges. This morning Mr. James II. Mo
Kenney, the deputy clerk of tho supreme
court, called at tho white house in bubal I
of Mr. Middleton to present Uie Bible to
Mrs. Hay os. Mrs. Hayes was in the red
parlor surrounded by a large number of
lady friends and callers. As soon as ehe
saw Mr. Mc Kenney the said : 'Oh, there's
the Bible,' recognizing it at once. Mr.
Mi Ktnuey tbui presented It to her with
the eotiipnrtits ot ,Mr. Middleton.- On
Hnrny-ht was written: 'il'Tn' Nr.
Hayes om IV M. llhldleton,
clerk fcf t) supreme court of the Tnited
Statet ustl for the administration of the
oath In tr inauguration of 1'uthcrford
tnye as president ot tho t nlted
Slatei he1lsth psalm, lllb, 12lh and
Lttli jrse,' Mr. Middleton bad marked
Hie vrscsit the spot where Gov. Hayes
bad fesrdthc book. Mrs. Hayes said,
'I guss Mi. Mc KctMicy had better read
tis tfc vers s.' The ladies all crowded
aroud, atd Mr. McKciiney ' read thu
thre verses, concluding with the follow
"bey compassed mc about ; yea, Ihcy
coniassed mc about, but In the name of
the, ord I will destroy them.'
"Jrs, Hayes laughed gayly ami said :
Ohlio, I guess we won't destroy anv
boil.' She then took the Bible iind de
sire that her compliment and thanks
sbojld lie given to Mr. Middleton lor his
Ilie Hallway Doimnlaalanata.
ie governor has appointed, and the
sciye confirmed, the following gentle
mei as railway commissioners ! Wui. M.
Smlh, ol McLean county ; George M.
Kojue ol Cook county ; and John H.
Obsrly. of Alexander county.
It nay lie that the governor might have
nppohicd a heifer commission, but we
doubt it. Theno gentlemen are well
known Vh.Tughout the state, and noted
r their rrobity nnd ability. Tho last
named, Jr. Oberly, is editor ol the Cairo
Bcliett:, and one of the proin'ncnt
Dcmocras of the state. His appoint
ment vas mule in obedience to
those prhciplcs . fairness and justice
which slould always induce nn execu
tive to gve the minority some proper
representition in public business of tbe
baracter likely to come before a body
such as the. Over in Missouri, however.
where tlie Democrats rim tliinpsby "a
large majority," the railway commis
sioner a-e all Democrats. Old (Joy.
rhclps snide a ghastly smile when a' Led
to put one, just one, Republican on his
board of railway commissioners. Cut
that Is tin way ol It. The liepubliean
party is always expected to do thu tuir
thing, tbe democratic party never. We
are glad, t Lough, that our friend Oberly
ii i lie uickv man. lie a a croon eutror. a
fellow of inlnite jcpt. and not a verv bad
fiat ot Falenta.
List of patents issued to inventors of
Illinois for the week ending March 13,
1S77, and ench dated Feb. 27, 1S77
Furnished this paper by Cox & Cox, So
licitorsof patents, Washington, D. C.
W. Barlow, door latches, Chicago;
G. Collins, earth augers, Fbilo; F..
Hunt, ' hydraulic elevator, Chicago ;
W. lleitz & K. Eichholzer, vegetable cut
ters, Johet ; U. Sutpheu, door springs,
Auroia ; J. Cheatham, rooting composi
tions Decatur; t Ooddlngton aud II.
Kennedy, harvester reel, Flauo; C.
DricssU-m, coal mining machines,
Chicago ; W. Nichols, rotary
harrows, r hicago ; J. Pow
ers, monkey wrenches, Chicago;
F. Wol linger, ticket cases, Chicago ; ,
Bell, gates, Mcllenry ; A. Chetlanl, cot
ton press, Chicago ; C. and J. Curtiss,
indicators, Chicago; J. Elder, car axis
box, Beards' wn ; T. Frakes tire
tighteners, Vw Holland; J. Gary,
steam vacuum pumps Chicago; J.
Hawlcy, corn shclltrs, Odlu; B.
Jhiisou, clrurn, Klllnh.ini ; M.
Niles, knob latches, Chicago;
H. FaUee, Cultivators, Monmouth', J. &
A. Iteynolds, fruit drier, Chicago; E.
Ilhoades, chiu-us, Kockfonl ; D. I.'onch,
hay loaders, Atlanta; M. Temple pumps.
Chicago; J. Thompson, countc-rleit coin
detectors, Chicago; J. Ware, folding
chairs, Morris; G. Woods churn dashers,
BEAUTIFUL JHROMO FREE
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Thirty-two OobimnH tilled with tlie
Choicest KaHtlinx Matter,
tVvob-'l lo Si l.-nilli Inti li'i'tunl ana Insliiir.
liv mKm iimtmu, In lii'Mi. l.airiiliirc. Art. ilc,
iti: jilviui? u UfiwHjr luriK iiM'il-i liy
every family. AUo oihUtiuiiiv (-plimlid coii
tumul ami xln.rl hlnrim-, tkek'iiw, ikmiiiii,
witi.n.1 Iminor, um lul IdumImIkv, kmim-, Kir.
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iliilitwol iUiIv liK ku1 tUi- ti.iiup ,-ircle, with
viiluulilc rw. lpu IOr eny lion kitirfr. Tbi
luuriisl Iihm (,r it oliju i the iii.i.ri.vcini'Lt ol
muralHiw wi ll u tin- lit-ultii 0r cjfty, Hiil as
ucli iuat IS 1 1 to iec,i,Mnli.roa a nJuitl.le al
ditioii torvery lioti-t.nul au.l an onmiii.-nt lo
evt ry tiui.iv. I'.riirlit, cliirrlul, . aiutwl ami ri
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liitn inornlity n.l ull triif reforma. luiu v.-r in
hurtful iu i,eii-iv it tMiiiilinuin u lilioul liiir ur
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IIcp.ititis or Liver Complaint,
liYM-r.CStV ANI Ml K. lltADACHE.
Ryinnoms of h ' Uiseasctl I jvcr.
1).IN in the right side, under the
t i le ( f tlie ril s, i t u rcases on pres
sure; soim-tinics the tain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on tho left side. J sometimes the pain
is felt Under tliebhoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, nnd is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in tlie arm.
'1 lie slomai h is nffet ted ith loss of
nppcl itr nnd Sirkne. 5 the loi'el In
general are c cv tie, .sonn-timcs alter
natives ith lax; the head is troubled
ith pain, at cntiipankd with a dull,
heavy sensation in the kirk jvirt.
'1 here irigenen'ily aronsider.iMe loss
of memory, a i oinp.ii"iied withajiain
ful sensation of h.ninsj left undone
:onu thini; whit h ouht to have bet i?
done. A slight, dry i.oue,h i some,
times an attendant, j The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily Maitlcd, his feet are old
or burning, ami lis complains of a
prickly sens.it it m of the skin; hit
fpirits are low and although he is
satisfied that cxerc isewould be lenc
fu.ial to him. jet he can searrely
summon up fortitude enotieh to try
it. In fu t, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toiiis attend he ilistar-e, but rases
have o i ur ret 1 where few of them x
i .ted, y t examination of the bod) ,
after death, has ihown thetnr to
have lcn eMeiu.ivily tlerain t tl.
ac;ui: and rr: vr.u.
Dr. ( Mff.ANi.'s LniK l'iti.s,
IN f.v.rij vt Ar.nu am f Vvi , when
tiktii vv t I Quiiiirte, aie productive
of the mo, I hippy results. N'o better
f atli.ulie an n-ed, prcjaratory
to, or aftt r t:il;iiu Quinine. W'e
' would adii't fill.wlio are afflicted
'with tiiii tliot.i to v(i thein' A
, I 1 K ll l.M..
I'oi all r.il'iou .. iU rvnpement',, and
as a tiniplo jii,iie, thty are uti-
:'pt:d:d. .. .....
m.WAKK H IMtTATIO..
'ihe fciiiiiic 1k. t;. M. Lane's
T.IVKK I'll l jit." lieVer inj' ir Ctuted.
.L veif! Lex las a in! wavst al on
tlie lid. x 1 1 1 1 tin- i in pies-ii hi I Ik.
M'. La.nk's I.Imv Puis.
IIh.' 'ciiuiiie M' I.ank'e Livfr
Pill'' 1 ir"' On' inatnrcs ot C.
M'. La. ii.d 1 1 1 mini: 1:kos. onthd
j ln.i t fin your lrii;if or
Kti.ii Lver eiviii' von the cnr.iiic
ili.-. C. .14. l..';i':. I.'ukk Pii.ls, pre-
juretl bv Helniiii' CroS., l'ilt:,buill,
! . . , '
Ci 'Id by. ill ii.u table d rnjists
and f t.iii. try : t. ..rekeejajri fcciiejally.
'lo th.)- i.l.o.f m r'tvt 1 C M''f
l.um hi l '. t li. rl, u II m.il frp t pant to any
1..H .1 tlti! I'mlcl Mali-, one bj . Fill luT
luty iivr ci-Mi
U r MINti l lto.. IStuti.rth. Pa.
' Millers' Agent.
Ko Ohio Tvt1,
' CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
To lli Work Ilia; t'laaa W are now
m-.ttivl to fiirniflli ull i'Iiikmh wild roDHtutit in
I l(j im nl al uuute, llir waole- ol' tlie liuif, or lor
lla-imi'iire iniiliMiDlit. Jluslneso m-iv, livlit ami
lirolltuiilv. l'r of eillit-r tu x ciullir urn
iriii .VJwnls to ' r i-Vfuine. ami a prupnr
tnii.nl aula l.y ile-vttitir tht ir wbulf tinif lo Hie
l.iuini'rtH. Uiivh uml irirl.H rnrn nrurly h iuih Ii
:iiiiHn. Iltat all Who Me tliin notira mav wnrl
tlM-i r ailtfmM, anil tv-t the l.iuinmn mp muke IIiIm
iini.arallvlnl tiflw: To stirh as are not well kxltH-
lnl we will wn. one 'loll.ir to y f .r the
Iroiil.le of wrilinir. full i.artirtilaro. tinni.lm
world ativtsral ilnllant to coiniittiura work on
and a roj.y ollloiur ami r irrmil,-. onu i. the
lurvrM antMiet illittrt. l i.tililiralioua, ull fi-tit
rtta hv mall. .Ifra.lcr. ll'v..it want iieriiiKiii-ut.
i roiliiil.li' work I. k.ou..t Sria-o ,t Co, fnit
Three tlioiiftiintl, two lniu.ln.1 amt fifty iloll.iri
........... H. "r". " .. .iD...., a, .iiiiii;.irin
air. Kiven lor 7imi( a u.1 a three niuulli.' iioU
veilel Id uaynientlroiu a.tvt rlUeraof r-flMiii.
:lnlity . Atiriule.l lint, Kivlnu iiaiua.clmrn. tt-r,
....iu... hi nn(.in wiiriupiiir n, l.ll I H 1;-11 Til
I a ... .. . . u ..... 1 . . . .
I W. II. MAREAN.M.D.
Eoxntropithic ftjiim . a Surgeon
, (Or. firlKlmiii' a Eucy!i.4or.)
OfHoo; 130 Commercial Ave.
2l-lm tuiro, Illinois.
SlM't'iul nttt'nlion tlven lo thn tr.-uiik.un ..i
ChOllliu Hl.t'lUM-H HU.I lIlflf .htH I'.ICIllllll In lo-
'fat IIm Morklnar rluaa: W ran iHminh
Hti.ly j.lov uifiit at whirh you cau IiiaLi- very
lare pay, Iu youfovvu ioutlitiea, Wl'liout lieiuK
away Iroiii houiaover nilil. . Aki iiCs wautwliu
vvery Iowa aud county to take eul. riUr lor
IhaOntaiiuial KoiU. the lanrent puhlialiort
in ie UuiUHl HUilra 10 ia(i'a, C4 i'lnuieai kl
Ufaiity lliiiMirute.ii Tniiin only $1 r year.
. u tn ui ,UVru vo wuaiever la ol ItHi rital
romiwU-.! with the C uu-ouiul year. 'J La tiwal
ciaimiiuii m j uiin ijinia la Jiiuy Ill.uitrsU .I
lu detail. Kvaryhoily wanta il. The whole
iti.e lcel gre.il iuU-ivBt lu tlielr t ouuliy'H
Coalfiiuial llirlhilayi anil waut lo kun all
abmil it. Au tJi-jraut imtriotic i-rayou ilrawiiiK
(inviiuin ii. iuiu m (.rrsruuu live UJ eaiUl null-
rllu r. II I entillnl. "lu miiuoiatermw. .i n.-
Ou Utiinli-eiltli Annivt-mary of tue lmlepni.1-euta-ot
lhe iluiUil HUtea. riize. it by iu iu-
u.. airwiiniiiiimni a liioi'nuiui Hffi'Ut,
lor hut ano w Uia laper aud lt'Cur anU huu
irl of aulwcrilH-ra ara uaaily oblaiuwl ev i y
whrra. There U bo bualuuaa Inat Will pay Una
Uiif at )rewDt. We have Uouiy uMiiU who ara
uiokiuy aa linh t in ir Uay auJ upwanlM.
Now ta ttia Haiti Uou t OtOay. Ib-iuviulM-r It
wwU uothiuff to kW thf Uuiueaa a trial . HcuJ
for i-iruulaia, U riuii, an.l aauiiile copy of liauef ,
whKu are win lt l kU who apply) 4o it to
day. Complete outlll ItwatO IlloaeWho ilet l.le
k autrana. eariuera ami Mrfieaaoitia, anl their
oua au.l UauKhlarM u.akr lh ry 1mI ol aKtuta.
TUBCkMtlNNIAL RECOBD, '
1 forllauil Maiua.
j. I. ti l i.i AviMits. n...l ji ii.lr. iii.n.
1-Miuiui.iaI, 1 1 . mi t ril.'l I Hi.- Iil.rl 4l.r.tl.
uia. . li . i . W ui id & i ...-.i I ..in It.,
jnuu iimii, am, wn-ny rin-uiuiion ann ttroeiitiir
itn ol aUvt-rliniiiK, xeit ln to uuy alilrH,
An.lyto tieo. I'. Kowell A ti., ,'tiWMmii
iav.TllBin)r Ajjentu, l 1'iirU How, N. V.
Roccommcntlcd by JENERAL PLEAS ANTON
r'or tli cnrp of larirn t-l!ii tif DISKASKH. Aln iisetl Inr MlmuUtinn fi'iUtifin,
p bavt? in otnrk n ;;oo. Mipily, an.l rui furnish lli'ht to any clciieil ill
111101,1011", ami at .riri t lint will not juottf y I hone In until in
' Mnliii to tillibr iiKiikt t.
The Perfection of Light.
E L A
Family Safeguard Oil.
ly tbe .turnr an J I omnii-ioni-i. of toe
Centennial Intornaticnal Exhibition.
An tho Beit llliiiiiiiiktirit; t'il, l .r ill tittu ir.iii.iry un tin ol nt. n nu i itiiUitavf
KLAINK w ia also awrJe.l a (iol.l fiU-.UI at t (; ritM.urirU r j o-iti..n ; i w
ut!tPtl, altera tbtrniifli tt'ii utiiir au.l prm lio.il l. t, l,j
I NITKH TATIN liOVFKNMKNT l.ltill I Hi l ' I; DKI'AKT M TNT,
Aail rff f .Vf.l A bc;li i (.Uiliii'11'ljtit.n tiom tbe Boui.l M I l.llt 1 SlattK k::au.l,cut l.i-j c
tor, Valiinpton, l.
luMiran.'O Coiupauit laic r I.AINL tho c line u a tlih itk.
1J.MSK inu-uil on many ol Hit? I.iillron.li. mih t (.'in un.l llot.Ji ol il,.- ,o;n.u )
and liiuiu-ur ltd ctir. ri.r to ar.y t.tbt r oil in tiU ii.nrt.ct
Can l e ueetllo any laiuu.
OKHKIIS KROM THK llIAliK Mil.lt I I KI.
f IKE ! FIRE ! FIRE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Sboos.
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing tho
Of Goods saved from the 3ate fire by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at n
Como One Come all to Gl OHIO LEVEE.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ami Dt-tih r In
! BOAT STORES,
W. 76 OHIO Z.EVEE.
SPKCcAI. attantioi Kivi'i:teoialKnnirnU a&4
II 1 1 Urn orilara
riitt Suut iliuaiiaUal
4 i'UiD4 roiwiiK''ftiii4
ui hK-1. . li.i nil tliatiti.
UlatllVt.'tUtMil,! kllUW OQ
iitl KfvuiAiiana ui tii
tivi uii I y tlrHi, tuw Ui I'ura
ru! Monklo k.blt ahaololrl a4
lMtl.lyrur.a. I'.iuU-m. bobubiu-ur.
Uim-imI .Uiitu l..r luLrtituiAT. Dr. Cai l
Ua K Miui..t.wtuMr4.,i.tuwta'iU.
aiMi.huuid Ui.rry.th Iliiutiliiiirnt. lu ui.cu.tf., thvir U. '
lun-aua.uw. fnu .11 lull) i ajiUium. Iluir
,U-.. .)U,pluUi..lHl UUU,luiUI. i Ul.lh.Ulll,
Kirutitc ..ik vKI kiuj . i (iul.ii.luj, ij ronii.l. ii
lU.v.ryrr.p,.. fcia,uriy.u.aouir,ii.t..t tal rt
AMi, im. v. A ri.ia.NK.ii. t,n Vuiu mini.
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AM'AKI'I D THK-
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III l ET "UW)aWkUlUV.Uint IU I'L. i,
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b trtily iati(v ii. Ui iiis-Tm 4 r. lti-a. tAm wj tvaal
uuif auJ ii.iJill xh kbmU fil ftuj pncrvi U ii
iikWtiui inluriiitttioN, mUii h iiwuiiu t mtt MiiiHti U It ah-
Bjtitl nu h.iaM nrfktiria tl,.- I, -ultra ati.l ....... ..I . aifi
U uu lay vt tlM.ubHMaii uu.HtiuiM.4 m Li. aA.j
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hi nmrrir hu .i.n.
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muW n.J wuui.ul.ovJ an liiurfml.4boo.ui :n o.,.-.
lor (ii.t.ie r..Uoi. aawaaaU auil. i iuV .ol
. rnnt.N.Mir.1. both m.- tin .bu-..,..i j .
or.ii i.ollli.. ul tj.lrm, .i.atl tuir.o.oUui. , 1.,., . .
u .tin mm .... vuluuluwilbillit.
m FllU'AL aUV IC't ou to. uIium1 t hrou.L- Uiwau..
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Il.ilia, P., 'liK or. fc-Mt uuuVr m! lor lu .1.. All
lhrM tx.uk. .uuuiii aaM4fa.iiUrvrivtiiiuii ttuit:.
luou.ui. ou ll. .ulgo I, .out uu. uroly uc ilua ciu ru
cti.t ol till eta Adam. Ur. Hull.' OiatMabriL
4aliN. Hiatl..l. Lnuia Ma. i l.u.ia ie. 1
$tvmiu Auli-d ttit-kn Uii IrvaUiu-a ol uuUi j Id Ul fcia
viA9 lru WfnniuiJa iu Ui wurhl. int Uau
I NkiL Tit uthor ny W etMuiud pcrooali mw Mr
litaU OU UV ot tlaajNubltiCto aUMtitlttU lit 11 1 11 I l lni1
' OR. BUTTS'
DISPENSARY I "ZAVtfl:
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