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PorrMHTM-tiKSfcRAi. Ksr Jnw not
propom to encourag the ytiA ot tnw
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Tt Sw York Sim Unlet that Grant
hti accrptcd the presidency ol th First
Nation! Bank. New York.
Ttt newspapers r taking an flW;
UouatQ farewell of lialx-ock, who rvtin-.
from th pnblMty lie has to lonjr
enfoyedto tlw rharfeoltlie lillh light
hotiaeUistriet a" major r engineer, a
position to Which he was assljjni'il at hU
The Illinois sennt has rejrt-lMl nil the
Bevcrhltfe appointments to the twelve
Hate institutions, makinjr a vacancy ol
sixty or more trusteeships. The lium
mr have notified (.low 'Jnllotn of their
act, and hare modestly aked him to
send in the names ol a few Democrats
and Independent as his nominations to
Ot.D Be Wadk ts a candidate ltefore
tha Ohio legislature for John Mierman's
Vacant Feat In the United Senate. The
other candidates are Stanley Matthews,
fudge Taft, ex-Oovcruor iVnnison, Con
prvssmau .Shell, harder, V. II. Horton,
and half a dozen others more or loss
prominent in Ohio politics. Gariield,
nt the sjiecial request of tlie president, is
not a candidate.
This Spriciglleld correspondent ot the
I hleago Timet saya the state house ts
being warmed with coal purchased at
the rate of eight and a half cents per
bushel, while the citizens of "Springfield
warm themselves and cook .their grub"
with coal purchased at the rate ot six and
a half cents per bushel. It li claimed
that this item alone will cost the State
$1,500 raore than it would were the
proper competition allowed.
Ox of the earliest acts of President
Hayes, says good Republican authority
"will undoubtedly be to change most of
the Federal officers in Jxmlsiana. Some
of the most important offices, it appears,
are held by negroes who can neither
read nor write. So important an office
as the naval oflice at New Orleans is beld
by a negro, whose accounts come up to
the auditing officers ot the. treasury
Mgnbd by bis mark. This person is no
toriously unable to read or write, and U
reported to divide the large emoluments
of bis otttce with outside persons."
The Kicholls legislature hare decided
to proceed to the election of a United
States senator and to ballot until a choice
i fiade. The Xew Orleans lime or
Tuesday gives a list of the candidates :
Judge W. H. Spofford, lion. F. C.
Zacharie, lion. D. F. Jonas, Judge
Koberston, lion. R. L. Gibson, Ex-Got.
Wlckliffe, Gen. A. 8. llerron, Hon. D.
B. Penn, P. J. Kennedy, Esq., lion.
Chaa. Gayarre, lion. J. Ad.Rozier, Hon.
" --a ii o T x att.
Hon. John Ulis, Collector Casey,
Gen. Cyrus Bussey, Judge Wiley, Judge
Cullom. and J. Rodman West. "There
may be others," says the Time, but
these are all we hare beard of as having
a reasonable chance of being elected."
A Sovtukrm excliange says it a not
necessary lor the president to "recog
nize" any government in LouUiana or
South Carolina. It is to be hoped the
time lias passed when the existence of a
state government depends on offlclal
acts performed in Washington instead of
the will of the people immediately con
cerned. If Packard in Ixwislana and
cnamocrialn In South Carolina
cannot execute the laws and
omerwe perform the functions of
executives.their claims are unworthy
consideration. On the. other hand, if
all tali can be done by Mchollsand
Hampton, unless Federal authority be
interposed to prevent it, it it clearly the
duty ot the government to permit the
will of the people to prevail. What
Cliamberlain and Packard cannot do,
Hampton and Mcholla can do. No one
doubts this ; and It is one practical ques
tion with which the president must
lltonitLD, the Washington corres
pondent or the Cincinnati CWtmrwf,
writing of the new postmaster general,
gives the following interesting item in
the life of that geuUeman. "At the
close of the war Key found himself in
North Carolina as colonel of a Teuucs
see regiuteut. Ho surrendered there
with Gen. Joe Johnson. Ho had
brought his family along, and there he
was without a cent ei money, exoeut
federate, which was not worth five
cents a pk. He leeribe. those da,,
as Us moat wretched of ms uie r tun.
but for his UtaUy, to whom be is devo-
tjutlar mHarKs.4 1... .i.i l. . . . ..
- "uiu nave ii-ii ii a ro
ller to bare sought the repose of th
grave. lis did not know what the doI w
of Um government would be whether he
wouu m nan, banished for life, or be al-
uwcu wj return 10 jennassee with hu
famUy. But be the action of the srovern
went lbs most lavorable, be was still in a
vm ux, as its Lad not a cent of won
Leing left by the wrecked confederacy a
stranger in a strange land. He wrote a
long letter to President Johnson, setting
ionn nis unhappy situation, and asking
as a matter of information whether be
was to be bung, or could continue the
practical the law. fje did not ask foe .
pardon. But by return mall hereootues
ltfii toKy thing m hUUfe.
H waaallsaatan assarauoa ttiatbawas
not U hung or banished. Ths next
thing wutoget tome. To do this, W
n as required. He rented a pk
olgroaslu Caldwell county, plowed
ndeuttlvatrt itwith hU w'aC
raised .crop f corn, gathered and sold
it ia tto fall and returned toCbattanooga
wltatto proceeds. Us took to the plow
readlJy, having Un trained upon the
lrm wtoa boy.
Kit -Secretary Fish Is sixty-nine year.,
Forty-nine people died of small pox
last week in New Orleans.
' Only oh tenth ol Ibe people of New
York City go to chureli ou Sunday.
The erection of a new Jusult college
is to lie begun Immediately in New York
The play of "Blue Glass" draws large
crowds nightly 'at Paly 'a theatre, New
A terrible right occurred near Jack
Fon, Tenn., Inst Friday, tietween Peputy
Sheriff Fusaell and threeassistants and
four outlaws named Tatette. The
Sheriff was killed and one of the outlaws
and several of the others wounded.
Governor Culinin has made th fol
lowing nominations: For state board
ot education, B. F. Root. . nt Perry
county, K. L. Wells, f Ogle, J. ('.
KniokerlKickcr. of Cook, each his own
successor, and J. P. Caton, of Cook,
vice N. F.. Worthington, and W. L, Belt
wood, of Bute an, vice G. C. Clark, re
The total shipments of petroleum
troin the lVuu.ylvaniaoll regions during
l7rt, amounteilto $ 10,(KX).(XK) barn-Is
In January the price was $l.4t per bar-
n l ; in March it had advanced to $2.00 ;
in August it arerajred $1.55. Cru.lo oil
li now sellfmr at f ;.G0 ier barrel at the
well, and refined oil at 112.00 per barrel
at ,thc seaboanl, nettin the rellncr
$6.00 per barrel.
Gov. George T. Anthony, of Kansas,
in his Inaugural address, made tlie fol
lowing statement in his reference to
state matters : The cultivated area of Its
soil has spread frotu 405,10$ acres In 1SO0
tn 5,055,697 in 1873 nu increase 1.142
per cent. The aggregate annual yield of
wheat has reached 14,620,220 bushels,
and corn S0,570,40S bushels, with all the
intermediate crops of a diversified agri
culture, in proportion.
Letters from Southern Kansas repre
sent immigration a? very heavy this
spring, and a great rise of property
has occured in consequence. In Neosho
county.for instance, a farm which a little
more than a year ago was sold for $1,300,
his just been sold lor $3,000 cash, and
another which has been held at $1,200,
till within a lew months, has just sold
tor $2,000 cash. The farmers in that
section havo been busy with their spring
plowing lor some time.
Chicago Timet special: President
Hayes, in continuance ol his plan ot se
curing the support of the South by his
new poIic3', proposes to do what has not
been done since the war, and that Is to
give out to the South its proportion ot
first and second class missions abroad.
This he will do In time, ne says that be
Intends to make only one change at
present abroad, and that U first-class
mission that be will not name as yet
This appointment will be made from
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The mansion ol Hon. Thomas C. Perrin,
ol Abbeville, 8. C, which was recently
burned, was the scene of the last session
of the confederate cabinet. Jefferson
Davis and his cabinet passed through the
town on their retreat from Richmond,
and were entertained at this house,
where, after a final consultation, they de
termined to disband. Mr. Benjamin,
Secretary of State, consulted with the
host, who had been the first man to sign
the South Carolina secession ordinance
ot 18G0, as to the disposition to be made
ol the great seal of the Confederacy.
Col. Terrln urged him to ca.t it into the
Savannah River, which lie was to cro&s
the next day, and 't is believed that this
The New Election Scheme Does
Not Meet the Favor of South
Ar Bud ll StapHiM-DirrulMr
Washington, March 14. Haves to
day had an hour ami a halt interview
with Piuchback, in which he assured the
saddle-colored statesman that he would
adopt and pursue a policy of absolute
non-intervention in the attaint ot Louisi
ana. This was equivalent to a promise
that be would recognie Governor
COSrfcBKXCK OF Sol'TUKH.V HEMucua r.
An important conference ot Southern
IHmocran ts goins: ou to ulgM, the ob
ject ot which U to lay out a basU of par
ty reorganization in the South. ThU
conference is held in view of Hayes'
pieage oi non-Intervention iu Southern
affair, and for the purpoie of giving
definite and authoritative assurance to
mm that the Southern Democrats will
guard and protect the rights and inter
tsu, political aud Industrial, of the col
Washington, March 14.-Ex-Senator
Robertson, of South Carolina, accom
panied by ex-Congressman Wallace,
called on the president to-day, proUatiiig
against Senator Paterson's projiositlon
for a new elccUou, on the ground that
the substantial intercuts of South Caro
lina would b materially damaged by
It was further stated to the oresident
that nous of the Republican members of
that state bad been consulted on the
ubjoet, and therefore It was in the nature
of an independent proposition on the
part ol Senator Patterson, stimulated,
perhaps, by Governor Chamberlain.
Mr. Roberston stated that a solution ol
the Bouth Carolina complications could
"ljr: Th, withdrawal of the troop,
from tus .uto capital, when the people
themselves would adjust the dlfllchltio.
t The president received Roberston and
Wallace eonrteonsly, and, as tbey are
natives nf the state, aid they would at
all times be welcomed.
lH-mocrats and Conservatives ol Louis
tana and Roiith Carolina arc opposed to
a new election. The president will not
encourage sueh election unless both
parties favor the proposition. , lie will,
however, receive Iroin representative
men of both parties any suggestions in
wrltltir they have to make. The admin
istration has not matured any plan.
Owing to thn pressure nf applicants
lor nlliee at tho white house and the de
partments, several seeretaiies are already
NOMINATIONS ANI CO'HtM 11 IONS.
The president nominated John Jay
Knox, comptroller of currency ; l!eu
ben II. Stephenson, surveyor ol customs
at Cincinnati, and Archibald M. Hughes,
United States attorney lor the middle
district ot Tennessee.
The seiirte iu executive session eou
tinned John J. Knox, comptroller ol cur
rency, and the following Indiana post
masters: John B. Down, nt Koekville;
Nicholas Filbick, Tern? Haute; Geo
Plleger, South Bend: Henry Bedford
and Wm. R. Halloway, Indianapolis.
A delegation of about thirty gentlt
men from Tennessee, headed by Judge
Harrison and Coiicressman Tlioruburgh,
called upon Poutnia.ster-Genera! Key and
Secretary Sthurz this morning to oiler
THK I-Ot'lSIANA CAK.
It now seems to be agreed by common
consent that the entire Louisiana ques
tion shall sro over without discussion to
the next session of congress.
rOSTM ASTER-GKXKKAL KEV's ClKCVl.Ali.
Postmaster-General Key, tinIing him
self overwhelmed nearly with applica
tions for oflice, has caused the following
circular to be prepared tor transmission
to every applicant, as tho only nuswer
that can possibly be given at present to
auy of the constantly accumulating let
ters: Sib : Y'our IetU?r ot tho ha. been
received and placed upon the flies of the
department lor consideration under the
ruies ot the civil servic, when vacancies
occur. At present none exist.
W. M. Kky,
tyner's new bkrtu.
There does not seem to be much doubt
that ex-Postmastcr-General Ty ner will be
appointed first assistant postmaster-general.
THE OIIIO SEX ATORSUIP.
Very great Interest Is felt here among
tlie friendi ot tlie administration, and
particularly among those of them in the
senate, with regard to the senatorial
election In Ohio. Tlie friends of the
president intimate very positively their
opinion that the new senator should be
tullv in accord with the president In his
southern policy, and aver that such sup
port for Win is regarded as doubly im
portant from his own state.
With the clerks and employes of the
navy department called at the residence
of ex-SccretaryRobeson this afternoon
and took leave of him official!?.
THE ARMY AJTD ITS ICITMES.
Wm. Dunn, judge-advocate-general of
theLuited states army. In a letter to
General Sherman, expn-es the opinion
that in the absence of an appropriation
or other specific statuary authority for
the purpose, the military department of
the government would not at this time bc
authorized by the provisions of section
3,732 ot the revised Statutes to purchase a
contract for any supplies, etc., tor the
army mentioned in said section for any
longerperiod than during the remainln
part of the present fiscal year.
A cabinet conference was held at the
executive mansion to-night, lasting
from nine until nearly eleven o'clock. All
me mem iters oi me cabinet were in at.
tendance. The principle topic given at
tention was a general plan for the regu
latum ol appointment to office. This
was very generally discussed, but there
has not yet be-n a very definite detirmi
1HK Ciyil. fctRVICB KII.EJ.
A committee consisting of Schurz and
Kvarts, who have bad under advise
ment the subject, have not yet corn
pieted the preparation of the civil service
The condition ot the States of Iulsi.
ana and south Carolina did not form a
part of tho proceedings to-nltjut.
THE EXTRA 6EHSION.
Some consideration was given to the
subject of calling an extra Mesxioii of
congn-ss. But that is still a matter lor
future determination by the president
It was settled that no necessity existed
lor extended session of the senate.
A TEMPERANCE CRUSADE.
Manured 4 rirtjr I..lt.s viall
a mat I-Klalklar.
SiRiKoriKLD, March 13. This aiU-r-
ternoon a committee of ten ladles from
the convention ol the Women's Christian
Teperance Union now in session In the
city, visited the floor of the house of rep-
wuiaiives, ana were accompanied by
t j lauies wuo occupied the galleries.
Alter the Committee was received by
me speaker, Mr. Sherman of Chicago
keu ior me suspension ol the rules in
order to present a petition from 8,000
lauies or Illinois.
Mr, Merrltt objected to going outol
the regular order of second reading ot
bills. Mr. Jay moved to suspend the
rules, which was carried by a two-thirds
Vote. The ititlon was read aud asked
foralaw requesting a mujority fclti-
rens, male aud female, to tlr.t ig a peti
tions for granting licenses to Bell llqaor
. Mr. 5herman asked consent for Mrs.
Prof. Fry of Bloomingintoii to explain
the reason for such a law.
Mr. Ilcrrinirton objected to this in
trusion on the rluhU of members, and
asked to have the floor cleared of all pet"'
sons not allowed its privileges under the
Mr. Sherman canio tr the defence of
the ladies by a loreible speech, claiming
that, they had equal rights as any other
citizens in the matter of petitioning their
representatives. f.pplau-e and cheers
!r a few minutes. J
Mr. Kowe't demanded that the ladies
should be heard, and tlie rules allowed
tbe petitioners to be heard as the house
Mr. Hi-rriiigton moved to adjourn
This was lost.
Mr. Granger moved to take a recess for
thirty minutes in order to hear tin? lady.
Mr. llerrington demanded a call vote.
The vote was (3 ayes to :7 noes. The
recess was taken and the scrgeant-at-arms
introduced Mrs. Fry, who spoke
on (he subject of the petition for half an
hour. The Incidents connncetcd wilh
this temperance crusado on the legisla
ture created considerable excitement.
The ladies were treated with great re
spect, and they believe they have in
fluenced the legislature in their favor.
Jim Wlln' Kvulrnre for III wlinr
In ilia Mur tier ol Al'lleiiald.
(guinrjr I IrruM )
The particulars of the shooting ol
Thos. McDonald, at Plymouth, last sum
mer, by Znch. Wilson, are still remem.
bcrcd by our readers. There bad been
some trouble between Mcltonald and
Znch. and Jim Wilson, and all three were
in Plymouth on the day of tlie shooting.
.McDonald was seated in a drug store
when Zach. Wilson came to the door
with a loaded enn and fired.
the ball tak'ng effect and
causinir instant death. Zacli. ran, and
succeeded in making his escape, but was
captured in Arkansas late last fall. Jim
Wilson, who got the gun, loaded it, and
gave It to Zach., was arrested immedi
ately after the Miooting, and was in
dicted for murder. The case came tip
before Judge Biblcy, in the Hancock
county circuit court last week. Zach's
attorneys obtained a change of venue
and Uic case was sent to McDonough
county for trial. Application for a con
tinuance in Jim Wilson's case was de
nied and the parties went to trial last
week. The jury found the defendant
guilty aud fixed tho punishment at 1C
years in the penitentiary.
FOBTV TEAMS H EVOKE THE ITSLMb
DR. C. M?LANE'S
ten tmi cent or
Hepatitis cr Liver Complaint,
fcYSFEfilA A-l SICK HEADACHE.
Symptonu of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sorr-ttimes the pain
is felt under thes.houlder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is alTu ted w ith loss of
appetite and sirkness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled,
with pain, acromj anitd with a dull,
heavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory, accompanied with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which wight to have beeo
done. A fclight, dry couh is some
times an attendant, i The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the bkin ; hi
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he dibtrur,ts every rem.
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend tlie disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, vet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the mvfr to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AM) FEVER.
Dr. C. Mt J.am.'s l.ivi.k I'jixs,
IK c asks ov ArxK anu Fever, when,
taken with Quinine, are productive
of t he most happy n . u!ts. No better
cathartic can U- u-d, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all w10 are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
1'or all Unions derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
BKWAKK Of IMITATIONS.'
The genuine J)k. C. M'.Lake's
Livlk 1'ills are never sugar coated.
Every box h as a red wax seal on
the lid, with tlie impression Dk.
MU.ANK-S I.ni.K 1'u.i.s.
ihe genuine MVEane's Liver
l!U.s U-ar the signatures of C.
M Lank and Fleming likos. on the
r lnsi ,t on your druggist or
storckeeK-r giving yo the genuine
11k. C. MVI..sj.'s Liver Fills, pre
pared by 1-killing i:los.f l'ittsburgh,
Sold by all resjicr tabic druggists
and country stor.kecjers generally.
IiT?-, wi,hi"K Q !v P. C. MVUm's
inrculy b ccnu. ' tua tut
'LLMING DROS.. Pitubursh. Pfc
Popular illuMrated book(JopagetV
MANiUXilil W'OM AS'UOOO I MABRIACal
Impedinient to Marriage $ the caute
and cure. Sent tecurelu tealtii, pout
paid for w cent, by !k. C. Whittisr,
617 St. Charle Stievt, St. Loui, Mo.,
the great peciali4. Read his works.
BEAUTIFUL CHROnO FREE
monthly .foiirnnl ami lt'un-Vrrirr'R MuR-
Thirty-two Oolumnn ftlltvl with the
Choicest ReailltiR Matter,
lrvntl In Solfnliflr, Inlcf.-ohinl sail Imtrno
llv mmnmlinn, Ka-liinii. Lllt-mlurp, Art. Hi-.,
i-l? I villi: n BiMe-wIlT lonit 1.il bv
prrTj- Uniily. ANn loiiUinlnt KiJi nilid rnn-
iiniM-a mi tiiurt M4iri, aketrlMK, pinnim,
wil mid liuiiKir, no-l'ul knnl ili, niim. im
rlw, Mr., rt-. Dniiiliininit Inli-lHin-nl hi1 iu-
i-ri-ntinn nmllrr, n-l.itiiii: i-nillt iilnrlv to Uir
iliilmn 01' nily lift-nml tlir homr riri-ti', wilii
valimlOr ri-ci-iptn fur fM-ry Imiim-Lc-. kt. 'I liin
.lnlii'iiiil linn lair it oliin-t llie illipriix-nirnt nl
iimmlM iu wt-ll us the fimlih r
-iirh ranmit lull In lpvin..U-Hil a vulinbk ,).
(titlon tnrvi ry liniiiwlinlil nmt tin ornnln. nl tn
rvrt-y homr. HrlKlit, cliwrinl, nrnnl mi-t pro-
prmsivi-. 11 i- mi llii-. 1. Ii-dI (i iiiH-tii(p,clir(
linn mnmlily nn.l nil (rue rWornn. huliv-r U
nnrtUll In Mnrii-I v it p.,tiilt.tnita lil..m '..ur a.
nnl nuiki (t-ff ivit ill the (inniiiiilly hi n
i-W' r,..i puwil. Illlllll-inmriy prillll-ll, irini-
ly llliiMtrntoil, rmphiticHllr it .nx-r lor lh
Ihmily, lli lniRliienn and irnrHional nwlir,
11ml lor nil i-Ukm- wlm trnln' a lliornui-li
r.p:iritiliip, iiiii(-m-iiirii( .luutlml.
TERMS PER ANKTJM.
Sinjrle ropk-S, pt.iftK" paid, 1.M
El vi- " " ' . 4.iki
Twenty ' " " 1.1.10
Ami at OiPRiimr rule (T5 rtiiwr cnp prr annum)
Inrmiv hi M il lotiul iiiiiiilH-rnvrr Iwinlv. MiW
mtiIht. ut ilifli-n nt piidtnllii t-i run join in a 1 lul
A New anil F.l.int Cbromo Proaonted
To rarti milwrrilii-r, Mliii-h of lisi lf it wnli
ilimlili- the ninonnt f Mil-xi-rii-iion, nuiilnl
ASKINU A HI.KSSIMJ,
a m.---rpiii-i- nf the l)ns4itorf Si-IumiI ut (trnre
iiaintintf, hy I'rnf. Jonltin, rh.n 2"iS LV.
hi-l.-ill priif A ropy ot a iH-aiitifiil iliirrip
live iKwm lor fianiiiitf is lurni-LMl ,M ith nu h
Awnt., nmle Or femnle, enn liinli morr mnncy
IT lllilt auhxeriptiolt for thin puin-r than nny
iliinir i-Ur. ljirire ranh rommtiKilonA allnw,!
ami rurhmlv ti-rrilory (T'ven. AtT'-nti will
Mil time noil inr lt-rrinr)r ly arnilina- fl.nn
l'ir wliirh we will forward tirenaid -oiiipli'lc
011 1 lit , i i nillcali- of aurm y. ix-ciinrn chroinx,
etc. etc. lii-uiitlani-e moiihi im; niailc Py mini
or pout nllire irli-T. Aihlrr-H
The Tresaurn Publinliinir Co.
8-10-lv t-j (.elur M. -New ork Cily.
MT. OARBON(Blg Mudrly)
Order for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
"To large consumers and all
nanufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
oionm or year, at unirorm rates.
caiko crrr eon, coxfavt.
rpnalliday Bro.-a ofllne, So. 70 Ohio Li ve,
if-llairiday Bro 'a wharfbuat.
KAt Egyptian Milla, or
At Ui Coal Uiuiip, foot of Thlity-ElKblb
t-Pot OSoc Drawer, xn.
raw W A T.TPP .
Dealer m Fresh Meal
ClGHTH . STREET,
Betw6n WaabJnrton and Comraercia
Avenues, adjoining Hanay'a.
KEKPS for aala tha bmt Iif, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb, KaimaKe, ic.. and ia pr
td tt lerva faniillea in an anuUhla m- nt
I.rKlic'a Newftiiers aud Magazine, tlie oldt-a
caUldlBhed IlluHtraUnt Periodical tn Amenna.
eijey are now Dr.t ofli-rod 10 canvagaera, Who
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MU.ry. Ienalili il to Intro-luce vi nti-en ftrit
rlia illiiiHtrati-d Perlofliurla, nulti-l to as limn)
diMtinut tiuiti-aor wanln, an t. with ttircholor
fr. .11. 1 1.1. t - .1 1 I 1 .
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frw of cokUi to rai:li atinnul unhiirrlhi-r. Ni c-n
"i w' n iire one or more anoHcrrrnintja :n
vi-ry family In their district. To aktllmi run-
IUl4tn f 1 1 i . VIM UM'llr. lu..m.r.i.rl .... . I . .. n
and the n 111-waU wn yar will I a aonrr o
juv.bii.i snmirni ruYi-nui, nfn-Trnc-n iap'r4
and niimt 1 1 U ral rmn-iit to all ajl.lli Aiitw who
naiiM! the ti-rritory thi-y diiivtor-arivaF-a. Ad
Prow, A)r-ncy l. mHi.,.-n', I rank I. ll a
r...p.ii(ii.i iiiiuk, .ft 1 rail r trti. isi-w 1 or
li-lll 1. m
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Bods, Pumps, Stoves
JbfciaaT PraVtlr Dob.
ARE PAID "Z
UimUIisU in iiuc of uuty, if b
accident or othcrwua. A
WUVMlk or any kind, lha
Ion of a ft'luacr or '', or
Ihe I..-.1. of an a till IN
Tl'K,if Lt klight, givcta
Iieuiuii. Dixar. of LuO(l
or Varlcoa Vlna eiva a
.em.iuu. UUUNT Y. If
dinLhiurgcdfur wound, injuring
01 rufiure, you set full boun
ty. fcw'Stud 2 attoipi for
lupy of I'cuioa and llounty
AcU. Addreu all Utters ta
m Pf tlr U.s.ciaiai AKeat.indlanap.
" ' olw, lnd. a-u all UtieVS
No 10 Ohio litvao.
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v.-. win.,. ..uiw m ikiii.- r
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Wl. tUcafu, ill
Rcccomm ended by 3ENERAL PLEAS ANTON
Knr the rure of a Itrro rlat of IMNKASKfl. Also ue lor MtmulatinK Vr.' tstion.
We tiHV- In tui k a cuoil f-upply, anil -iii ftirnixli llhti to any 1imh d ill
iiu dhIoiih, unit at ri-- tint will not juctilv ttiot-o in waul in
rending to (ilLit-r niiii ki t.
The Pcrfeotion of Light.
3L. AIM 1
Family Safeguard Oil.
-WAS AWAKIiKM TIIK-
ity the .lurom and CoiniiiiMoui-r-or the
Contoaaial Intornatlcnal 3Ea:hibition.
As tlie Hot Illuminating Oil, lor ItiextraoMlBurfBM-rlti of SUfty ami Hiilluni y
ri.AINK waa alM wrJed a iiol.l Mnial at tlie J'itt,,urrb KxpoMttmi ; nJ m j.
udojitod, after a thorough x-li-nliiH- and jinidlcal tt-dt, hy tho
i:mtki htatks oovkknmknt j.Kiirr-HouK hki'autmknt.
Ami received a hiU roniim-udiition from the lloai.l of I'nitcd .lat staiulmMt ln.. i-.
tor, Watihiugtoti, I). C.
IuKiiranre Couii'uic rate I.I. A 1 N f: the mir.r u a Can rik.
KLAINK ia od on many ol th Kailroa.N, SUi-t-t Car and II0UI1 id the round y
and inaugurated tuiprrlor to any otht r oil in the maikit.
Cau he ued in any lamp.
OKDEliS 1-r.OM TIIK TIIAUK sOLIt'lTKI.
FIRE ! FIRE ! FIRE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing tho
Of Goods saved from tho lato flro by
Will bo sold within next tho Thirty Days at a
Come Ono Como all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
H. 76 OHIO LETE&
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