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OIJ Simon Cameron U ' good htcf
The anow of tevcntj-niM winter hv
frosted hli be!; tli burden" ti
year baa ahaken bis Hintrt ; lie Is falling
lnU the M) yellow kttf Uuth
)iu a tertwHoni 'woinory ; whcro bis cn
tuitici art ooiiocrned, tie uither forgets
tior forftTC and wait patiently for tlmd
to make- things vyva. The other
da? be Voted In the eiu.te ajraiuat tlie
confirmation of ' John , Sherman
as ecrcUry " of the treat
ury. In . doinf ao ba raid off "an old
grudge" h ' treasured against tho Ohio
senator. "I of court o voted agftlnt
liini," aays the old man, "and did It, 1 do
not hesitate to say, because some sixteen
years ago,1 wken I was nominated a
minister to Russia by Mr. Lincoln while
1 was secretary of war, be said bo would
name my successor. t'o this I
objected, aud said I wanted
to name , r bim, and said , 1
wanted ill. Htanton.- To this Mr.
Lincoln acceded finally,' aid Mr. Stan
ton became my eocce&aor as secretary of
war. When my name came up In the
senate for confirmation Mr. Sherman
said it should go over for three or four
days for consideration, lie has forgotten
this, but I have not, and the other day in
my objection I took occasion to remind
bim ot It, but I hare no unkind feeling
against John Shcrtnau or any otber of
my brother senators. They have always
treated me kindly, and I feel grateful to
This U good, and so is the explanation
of his reason for voting against Mr.
"Again, when tbo nomination of Mr.
Sehurz for secretary of the Interior came
up, I do not disguise it that I ' voted
against bis confirmation, and this was
tbe reason: .When President Grant In
sisted upon a change in tbe chairman
ship of the senate committee on foreign
relations, while Mr. Sumner was at the
bead ot it, on account of the unpleasant
relations between them, I became eligible
by reason of being tbe next senior mem
ber. I went to IYosidunt Grant and be
sought tiini n6t td require this, aa it
would place ' mo in a very em
barrassing attitude ; but ,' be; would
not yielJ, '.and ,1 became chair
man or the committee, which I
have held biuve., Then Mr. Sehurz, in a
ppcech be made in the Senate, took oc
casion to sueer at tue, aud others berated
mo soundly for being instrumental lu
the change. I did not forget this either.
and in my vote against Mr. Schurz's
conflrmatlon I tried to remind him of it.'
Ex-Senator Cmuroii. it It popularly bo
lieved, carries tt&U' of I'cunsylraui
in bis breeches' pocket, eo it la to be
presumed hia vobp ou Hajcs' nominations
received the endorsement of ' bis con
RE-ORGAMZATION OF ILLIKOIS)
We take from the Quiney Herald a sy
nopsis of the bill reported by the bouse
judiciary committee, providing for the c
Uhlisbmcnt, of four appellate cour t.
The districts' are as follows: The first
Includes Cook county, the court sitting
in Chicago, and term commencing on
second Tuesday ot April and October;
the second district is composed ot all the
counties ot the Northern grand division,
except Cook, the court being held at Ot
tawa on the third Tuesdays in May and
November; the third district Is made up
ot the counties In the Central grand di
vision, court sitting la Springfield and
term commencing same time as the for
mer district. The fourth includes the
counties of the Southern grand division,
court held at Mount Vernon on the ill it
Tuesday in February and July.
These courts are to be courts of record,
with teals and clerks for each. Tbe
clerks of the supreme court lor the Cen
tral and wathcrn divisions shall be ex.
officio, clerks of (he third and fourth dis
trict appellate", courts and the clerk of
the northern district ofllciates in the
second district court of appeals.
1 he Judges of the first district, the
t ook county court, appoint a clerk to
serve unUl the preseut terms of tbe su
pieme court clerks expire, after which
clerks for the four new courts will be
elected each six years. The benches of
appellate courts are to be filled by the
supreme court, which U directed to as
sign twelve circuit Judges to this duty,
three to each district, for a term of three
years, their places to be again tilled at the
expiration of that time In like manner,
and tbe supreme court has power of re
moval as well as appointment. Tbe ap
pellate court judges In each district se
lect one to preside ; a quorum of two Is
established and the concurrence of two
is required to give effect to a decision.
No other than appellate jurisdiction la
raoogniMrt. I Ko . tvMtrtlr anr1
pleadings of . the supreme court
are to be tbe same as now prescribed for
tbe supreme court, aud tbe sheriff of
each county In which the new courts are
held shall attend its sessions and perform
such duty as is usual by that olfloer.
Sesblons win be held in the rooms now
occupied by tbo supreing court in tbe
I no organization ot these courts of
uppcal, it Is expected, will relieve tbe
supreme court of much petty aud unim
portant biuiatcoj, and Ui various ways
win benelit both the litigant and tbe
prole&cloti. "' " .' " '
1 ackard'i letter to Stwiky Matthews
does not yet iudlcate any willingness ou
tU part ot tht genUtaiaa to sacrifice
uluuelt for toe "general good." or to
yield LU convictions to those ot Republl.
cans wko believe as Matthews does. The
arguments that were used agahut tbo
democrats of Louisiana before tbe elect
loo and while tbe rcturulur board w.u
doing IU work after the election.
as valid with Packard uow as they were
with tbe entire republican piny before
ilayes was - wouuUxt n. in
. . a
I am the bead of a government as per-
lct as that of any state lu the Union.
My predecessor, together with his oere
Ury of stale, auditor of public accounts,
state treasurer, superintendent of public
Instruction and attorney-general, witn
all the archives ot their several ofllces,
surrendered these positions Into the
hand of those lawfully elected to rccclva
them, 1 now represent this government,
with the poeision of all of these of
tlx, and 1 am opposed by an organized
and armed mob of men In this city
know as the White Lengue, who have
maintained during my admin
istration a force ' held ' together
more by the encouragement given
them from abroad than by any
other means by those who apparently
seem to measure the legal existence ot a
government by the amount ot force it
can present Were this force removed,
as it will be when the legitimacy of my
government Is determined by the presi
dent, nothing then will seriously impede
the success of my adminirtration. Per
sonally, my position has been, is, and
will be until the ireneral government
shall see fit to recognize my authority as
governor, a most perilous one, and
it would be a source of satis
faction did tbe responsibility rest
upon some one other than
myself. The hundreds of republicans
who gave their lives a a sacrifice to the
cause ot liberty and free government
the thousands who have deposited their
votes at the peril ot life, are ever present
in my mind, and demand that 1 faithfully
discharge the duties devolved upon me.
(mould 1 exhibit less devotion than these
faithful people 1 Though the effort cost
my life, still that devotion would be a
better heritage to my children than the
plaudits of the white league of the state
when gained by a surrender of both man-
nood and ontr. J am tne governor, ana
no armed force of violence can give my
competitor a lawful title.
Says the Courier-Journal : "Senator Si
mon Cameron evidently uoesn't liKe
Hayes sufficiently to enjoy senatoral
propinquity to him. ; lie has resigned,
and Don Cameron, ex-secrctary of war,
will succeed him, it is said. Thus Don
ald Is provided for, but whether be will
continue the old gentleman's tactics or
not is uncertain. Senator Cameron is
seventy-eight years old, and needs a rest,
lie was secretary of war In 1801, minister
to Russia in 1SG2, a senator
from .1815 to 1319, was re-elected
in 1357 tor the term ending 1863,
resigued In 1601, was . re-elected in
1S0C and again in 1ST 2. II U term ex
pires .March 3, 1S70. Uutil Hayes entered
the white house, Sluion Cameron has bo-1
licved that a bint from him was suffi
cient to get any Pennsylvania republican
in a leathered neat. Times change, but
Simon. Cameron chausjes not with them.
The Cameron family Is potent in Penn
sylvania politics, but there is a large
amount of kicking against the pricks
going en just at this time."
There was just one .kick against the
pricks in tho republican caucus of the
Pennsylvania legislature. The vote
for the 6on of his father stood one hun
dred and twenty-eight to one for Morton
Ueurral Hew a.
The new governor of Ohio "looks
upon the wine when it is red" and drinks
The Vauderbilt will case has been
compromised and the suit to contest has
It is rumored that the President pro
poses to recall Mr. Pierrepont from
England and Mr Cushing from Spain.
The tax payers of South Carolina
have voluntarily paid into Hampton's
hands $150,000 for the support of the
educational, charitable and other public
institutions of the State.
Judge Corcman, of the second dis
trict court of Utah, has sentenced John
!.! Lee, tbe leader of the Mountain
Meadow massacre twenty years ago, to
be shot on the 23d lust. Lee Is now in
jail at Beaver.
So far but two women in tbe United
States have been elected as directors of
national banks, Mrs. Bradley, ot Peoria,
111., being one, and Mrs. Louisa McCall,
of Canton, O., who was but recently
elected, the other.
capt. llowgate has received a letter
dated Kensington, London, February
aj,from John Eae, the celebrated Eng.
Ilsb arctic explorer and member ot the
royal geographical society, Indorsing bis
project of polar colonization with a view
to pelar exploration.
The supreme court baa rendered i
decision In the case of Chorpcnning v
the United States, an appeal from the
court of claims. The court afliruis the
.1 t .1 A . . . ...
ueciMiou oi me court ix-iow la this no
torious case, atralust the ,'mant. The
duty devolved on the postitMiW?vrttl,
under the act of congressst!jj0fenr be
wholly ministerial, and In nX withoiudl
cial, or that of any arbitrament The
Judgment, having been made under
special law, renders it in no wise differ
ent from those mado dailv bv tbe ac
counting officers of the government un-
der tho general law conferring their
lwei sua yi escribing tljelr duties,
Tbe idea that the government is con.
eluded by the results at which they may
arrive wouiu bo regarded as a novelty
wiuuu anu wituout the icvcral depart
naungiuH Letter Immediutclv
after the first elgat-by-scven vote In the
electoral commission, a lormal'invitatlon
was sent to Oov, llaycp, at Columbus
placing at bis disposal tbe royal new in
the Metropolitan church, where for eight
year President Grant Las tld Lis
prayers. To this no reply was made bv
Gov. Hayes, and probably for the same
reason that he did not resign as governor
or Ohio, until alter be was actually
counted in... Subsequently to Lis taking
possession or the white house a Uclega
tkn from the Metropolitan church
waited on Gov. Hayes, renewed tho in
vitation made to him by letter, and ear
nesUy pressed it on bis acceptance.
Gov. Uayes thanked tbcin lor their very
kind and dislntcrceted offer, but said that
he would leave the selection of a place
of worship tot tbe white bouse family to
Mrs. Oayes. Bhe, no doubt alter mature
his answer to Mr. Matthew a letter
Pac kard, under date ot March 14, says i
SttrtWy Sehurz Announces that
lit will cake no Changes In the
V. Johnaon and r.x-eiM4r
Mrnllonrit for tk Vaoatiej'
that Mnprrme Bench.
Oovsraor Hamptoa Strongly Oypotsd to a
Hew Election in South Carolina.
To the associated Press. J
Washington, March 15. Frederick
Douglass will beappolnted marshal ot the
District of Columbia, with from $10,030
to $12,000 a year. Already several ap
plications for positions have been made
to Douglass, and not a lew of the appli
cants are white persons.
Other prominent colored men, who
have been identiiled with political
affairs of 1 his district in the days when
the elective franchise was in existence,
are presenting applications to the presi
dent for positions of equal prominence
with that offered Douglass.
Many Southern delegations of colored
men visiting the president are petitioners
for similar favors In the South for mem
bers ot their own race, presenting state
ments that they arc natives of the places
where they desire appointment, with
other circumstances regarded by them as
presenting a just claim for ollieiul fa
THE IOCI3I4XA DIFFICULTY.
Mr. PInchback, In an interview with
the president, is quoted ns having said
that justice to the w hites and mercy to
the blacks alike protested against the
recognition of the Packard government.
The president Is said to have replied that
he would soon open a clear way to peace
in Louisiana, and contentment to the
people of that state.
LOOKING FOR OFFICE.
A number of persons have been here In
person or by deputy to secure the prom
ise that they shall bo retained in office.
Tbe response generally given Is that the
matter will be attended to whi n their
TDK GERMAN KLEMKXT SATIr-riliD.
The German citizens in mass-meeting
last night indorsed the conciliatory policy (
of President Hayes and expressed their
appreciation of bis ' recognition of the
German element hi tho selection of Carl
Schuri as a member of the cabinet.
GOV. HAMFTON 6FEAKS.
Judge Mackcy of South Carolina had u
brief interview with the president to-day
aud read him u telegram from Gov.
Hampton, in which the governor said
the project ot a new election was an in
sult to the people of tho 6tatc and to him
self. He says ho does not wish to be rec
ognized. What he desires is ' that tho
troops be removed from the state house,
then the will of tho people can be currlcJ
out, and carried out peaceably.
A special meeting was held this after
noon. . it was entirely uevotcu to tne
consideration of appointment to office in
cases where the commissions have ex
pired or are about to , expire. There
were no diplomatic or other appoint
ments. General interests were under con
6ideraton, and there was no reference
whatever to southern matters.
1 NO CHANCES
Secretary Sehurz has nolitied all the
heads of bureaus ot the interior depart
ment that during Ms administration of
its affairs thero will bo no removals ot
clerks or other employes except for cause
and no promotions except for merit. It
will therefore be uscies for persons to
file papers soliciting clerical appoint
ments or promotion on merely personal
or political grounds aud in addition to
this it can be stated that there are at pres
ent no vacancies ot any kind to be tilled,
There is good reason to believe that
very few, If any, diplomatic changes will
be made at present , none ot a very im
ponani cnaracter seem now to be con
TBK VACANCY OX TUE Sfl REMK 11K.NCU.
it is positively uetermtnea that no
nomination will bo sent to the senate dur
ing its present scssiou to till the vacancy
on the supreme bench caused by the
resignation of J ustice Davis. The most
Influential recommendations from tbe
South for this position are said to Le about
equally divided between Herschel V.
Johnson aud ex-Senator It. 11. Hill, of
Georgia, but It is yet entirely uncertain
whether or not a Southern man will be
I'l BMC PRINTER.
There U a report in circulation to
night that tho appointment of public
printer will be given to a Northwestern
newspaper publisher, whose name is not
stated, but who is said to reside In
Iroiu MtutpuU to C'nlro.
We are glad to learn, as we do from
the Brownsville lite, that Colonel W.
W. Vaughan la making rapid progress
in tho coastructiou of tbe Holly Springs,
Browasvllle und Ohio narrow-gauge rail
roads, which it Is intended shall have its
southern terminus here In Memphis aud
IU northern at Cairo, wbero It will con
nect with the already successful narrow
gauge running to St. Louis. It is Colo
nel Vaughau's luteulion to make the nar-row-gauge
to llaleigli ' a ' part
of his road, and as soon as be
can, complete his arrangements to linish
that too long neglected highway. He
alo as the Bet tells us. has made arrano-
laiuu iw utu in tne urowuville and
Durbauivillu grade, ahd crossing the
Uatchie river uear that place, build to
Italeigu and thence to Memphis. Cheap
roads make cheap IreiKhU, and cheap
freights encourage busiuesj aud lu
duco rapid settlement of the country.
This is an important, consideration to
Memphis merchants, who look for trade
la the direction this road will traverse.
The greatest island cettou market of tho
world, Memphis cannot a fjord to allow
any.- opportunity offering to
pass unavalled of, which will enable
ber to Increase that trade and add to her
own Importance. We, therefore, Invite
for Colonel Vanghin the encourage
ment and support ot the merchants of
our cltr, confident as we are that he will,
If he can, place his bonds here, so as to
be nble to prosecute his enterprise to a
great success. He wants ono hundred
and twenty-five thousand dollars. With
lli.it amount he can complete his line,
and before next fall give us a new avenue
to wealth and trade. He will be here to
day, and will. In 'person, explain to
merchants hla plans ami purposes,
and we hope will be suc
cessful Ju t-nlistinc their sym
pathies ami securing the help he needs.
As an additional Inducement for the
backing of Memphis merchants we may
mention that, liesides tho connection nt
Cairo, the Duck river narrow gauge rail
road, now in course of r-rcctbn, will be
pushed through the northern part of
West Tennessee and western Kentucky
to a rohnection with the Holly Spring.
Brownsville and Ohio road south of the
Ohio. Thin will punble us to reach the
richest tobacco region of this section,
and open to owr enterprising young men
a new channel to wealth.
The Power of tlte SHirrniitu family.
From a lleiitM Interview with Secretary His
l'eporter Won't I ho country be satls-
ged with John Sherman In tlie treasury ?
Mr. BIgelow The nomination of
Sherman for the treasury means Gen.
Sherman for the succession In 1SS0. It
was John's intention and expectation
that the General wonld have been nomi
nated in place of Hayes, but he covered
his potatoes n little too deep; they did
not sprout till after the convention at
l'eporter I don't understand what
you mean by planting his potatoes too
Mr. Bigelow His not necossney that
you should at present. 1 don't suppose
nayes would understand It cither. I
don't suppose be has any Idea that in
puttinir Sherman into the treasury, he Is
uniting the purse and the sword in
practically the same hands, and
thereby rendering "Returning Boards,"
which are just now unpopular, no longer
necessary. Lndcrsuch an arrangement
he can be mado tho scape-goat for the
sins ot the last administration and
lrivcn Into the wilderness, to the infinite
edification of thoee duur old ladies who
delight in holding cmcrgeucy conferen
ces, aud arc always curing the political
diseases of the country by souud'inir
A Great Iny lor i'nthailca.
The Catholics of the entire world.
wherever their religion has a foothold,
will celebrate the first ot the comingtMay
as a day ot general rejoicing. It will be
tho fiftieth anniversary of Pius IX; and
the 17th of Juno following, which will
likewise be observed as a treat lav by
the Roman church, will be the thlrtv-
first year of bis Pontificate. The lat
ter event Is one as yet unheard ot In the
annals of Catholicism. Plus tlie Ninth
has seen the days of Peter as Bisiiop of
Rome, in spite of the old saying and, in
the prescut Pontiff's case, mistaken
prophecy, "AVh tidtbit anno Fetri."
Pius the Ninth has not only been a Bish
op longer than St. Peter, but has surpass
ed his years ot Episcopate. Tlie fact strik
es the Catholic world with wonder. The
Bishops of tbe Catholic church in Amer
ica have issued circular? calling upon
their followers to celebrate in an especial
manner the two events which are ot
such moment and importance in the his
tory of the church.
E. r. Hunkers flitter Wine or Iron
has never been vnown to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms ; lndlR
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous irerablia?, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakues. dimness of vixiou, languor, uni
versal latitude ot the tnurit-ular Hyutem,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic ayiup.
toms, hot hands, flash in:' oi the lody, Ury.
news of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the f:M-e, purityinj? the blood,
pain in the back, hcavine ol the eyelid,
frequent black spots Uyinj; before the eyes
with temporary uiliion and loss nt i"ht,
want ot attention, tic. These nyiuptSniw
ail arise from a wcakueM, and to remedy
that, use K. K. Kunkcl's Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are uow
enjoying health who lave used it. Take
only K. K. Kunkel's.
Beware or counterfeits and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Uitur Wiue of Iron is
so well known all over the country, Oruir
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it offto their customers, when thev
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wiue or Iron
Kunkel's Hitter Wine of iron U put up
only in 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niiMily put on the outside with the pro-
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graph on the outside, and you will
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DR. C. M9LANE'S
roa i:il iti.li r.r
Hepatitis or Liver Couijilaint,
tiYbl'I.PSIA AND SKK liLADACHK.
Symptoms of a Diseased liver.
1)AIN in the riglit side, under the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes tlie jiain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on tltc left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheniiuiti.-.iir in tlie arm.
The stomat U is aiuc tt.l wsU loss of
appetite and sit ',;r.e..s ; tho bowels in
general arc ro. the, : inahnes alter
native with L ; tin: i,-,ad is troubled
with pain, r.f ( in:,; :i: 1 with a dull,
heavy ;.en;ii'.n in the back part.
'1 here isc; Viill v ,it'i:i: iticiableloss
of mttiiory.acri i lu.nii. d w ith a pai n
ful sensation t.f lu.viiif' left undone
soiiictliin whitli c.t:ht to have' beeo
dor.fj A ilight, dry cough is some
time:; an attendant. 2 The patient
complains of weai iness ar.d debility;
lie is easily st-rtied, his feet are cold
or burning, and h complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; hii
spirit are low; r.nd although he is
satisfied that exc-rt isc would be bene,
ficial to biia, 'ct he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he di-trusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the dpx-ase, but cases
have occurred wh-re few of them ex
isted, ye t cv rin'iiution of the body,
after death, ha-, Lhov.n tVie uvt to
have been extensively deranred.
ague and ir;vi:i.
PR. C. iMU-AM.'s I.lVf k i'llLS,
in ca ;fs ok Arxr A:r I rvrp, when
taken with Quinine, arc productive
cf the most h ippy rcAAt'.. No better
cathartic c:m l.o n-(, preparatory
to, or after trkir.g Quinine. We
would advise all who arc afflicted
with this disease to fcivc them A
Tor all Ililious derangement";, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. HEWAIli: OK IMITATIONS.-
The gcmi'me Ih. C. M. Lake's
Livfu l'lixsare i:c-ver sugar coated.
i:K.ry hot has a led wax sv;al on
the lid, iU the- impression Dr.
MVLank's l.ivi k ,
The genui u- MM.axf.'s Liver
I'll i s bear the M'iuttires of il.
M. Lank, and h i mim; Lkos:. on the
. ftwy Insist c.:i yciir tlruggist or
storckeex.-r i-iving jem the-genuine
I)k. C. MVL.'.m.'.s I jvtK Vus, pre
pared by I-Vming iiros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all re let table druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
' To tlise wishii.ic n give i. c. M' Lakk's
Livaa 1'n i.'. a in .l, r 4i ,,0t ,, (ll j.;y
pat of the LuiKd bUU.., vuc Oox of lot
Li-.MINC iikOS.. I'iiuWah. Pa.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order! for Coal by the oar-load
tfon, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
t9To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform ratos. .
CAI10 COT V0U. OOMfAJIT.
ttS' O0. N- Ohio UVM.
EV'Bainday bro.'a wbartboal.
lrX Uvyptiaj) M11U. or
rtAl Umi Loal Pump, foot of TtiUty-KWblti
Crrt Otto Prawar, boo.
Reccommended by GENERAL PLEASANTON
For the i tire or a larjje dat bl DISKASKii. Also iisei! for Stlrtitilallnjj Vegetation.
, W e have in atock good supply, ami ran furnihli llhta to any deNireJ ill
mcnploiiH, aul at priren that will iiotjuntily tbone In wnlit In
' nemlinK to other iiiarkct.
The Fcrfcotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WA3 AWAKli:i Tllr:-
lij tbe .Juror am (.'ou.uiit.-loEcr" of the
Contennial International Exhibition.
A the Heft Illuminating OH, tor It extraordinary merit' ot .Jal-ty and I'.iiilian.y
KI.AINE waa aluo awarded s njild Medal at the I'itt-hurgli I vpcitlnii an 1 ivji
airlted, after a thorough :liiititic aud i.rartical tf t, y the
UNITED STATUS i O V K li.N M V.S V LUill T-HOU.-K hRPAKTMKNT.
ABd received a biffU rommendation from the iioard cf Uuittd linh t fcttsiul-jt lo--j r.
tor, WaxLiugton, D. C.
Insurance Compuuies raUi KLA1NK the auie at u (In il.t.
KLA1NK la uned on many of th Itallroada, Street t ar, and Hott-N ot the routiti
and iuauKuratetl superior to any ilher oil in tlio market.
' ' Can be used in any lamp.
OKDKKS HMJ.M II1K TKADK .Ol.lC ITKll.
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 Are by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Bays at a
Como One Como all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer iu
He. ?fl OHIO LEVEE.
RPin fiiAt tUmti01 fen:taoaaUriimeiti tad
1 fllliiuc ortlara
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vi a,iddla .huuia kA and pr. m a ill
'la 1MI tin un tailunt ti. h vanih.
fiwlu kdra charka Uia IkiIium ul youlli ; tlx UJ aud
lll Irua arruiira (uU u. .iZV..J.iMU " 5Sr?S
brUmil. tim miLor oi.y Im ctHuuludaallr ar
E'?''."0 0J! "fil fiibiCft-U ValiuuaU in h!7StZlJ.
V W. VWalaial WtwulaituuaUCl
ARE PAID SZ.
ITi JCleTiiiTinc oT3uy, it bf
a c c i d c n t or olberwisa. A
H'OVMI of any kind, lUa
lota of a l lI' or
the luatof u a Ml' IN
VUlIt:, if bat alight, (ivi a
tMSiiaiua. Uiaeasa of Lilac
or t atcll'oat Vtn eiva
anaion. UOUM T If
(liathai-a-aJfor wound, ioiuri
t r tui'iiira, you gt full bouo
ly, Mat-Send II atampa for
copy of Penuoa and bounty
An-;. Adilrcsa all letter '
U. !. Claim Agent, IndlaoaSa
OlU, Ifid. )-Oa all lltar)
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