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Tbb uJtt afainat Doan Piatt Are to be
tmw Emperor William of Germany, is
efirnty j! t axe to-day. k
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; Lait vtek Gov. Klchotl'. lfllfttiire
Warrants told la commercial circles . in
Sew Orleans dollar tor dollar, i ..
DoK C'amkrox was elected United
Statta acnator from Pennsylvania on
Tuesday. Bat one lit publican in the
legislature refused to vote for him.
Skcmtakt tarts has declared his
iotaaboa to adopt the tvolicy ol appoint
log forcyrn-bom citizens as diplomatic and
consular officers to the countries of their
Thk resolutions on the improvement
of the Mississippi rlrcr introduced into
the state legislature by Hon. E. B. Wat
kina of Pulaski county have attracted
much attention and received favorable
comment from many papers in Illinois
and along the line of the Mississippi
Mr. Hates, In a conversation with
Miss Phoebe Cogens, the St. Louis fe
male lawyer, told Lor if she had been the
chief justice on (he occasion of his iaaag
uratioa, he "should haro kissed some
thing else beahie the book." This was
considered very gallant in the president,
but we notice in a list of thirty-six post
masters aent to the senate for confirma
tion on Saturday last, only two were
A Vkbt considerable number of Re
publican newspapers that believed and
aid that Packard was elected Governor
ol Louisiana by about as much of a ma
jority In that state as they believed Mr.
Hayes had, have not changed their raiuds.
They believe so still, aud expressions of
their discontent with the anticipated re
cognition of Xicholls are increasing in
number and rigor. The cloud in the Re
publican sky, no. bigger than a man's
hand, threatens to grow very big aud
very dark In a not very long time.
A Special dispatch to the Chicago
Evening Journal ol Tucsdav fays 'A
etory has gained circulation amonjr sen
ators that the administration is preparing
a new financial policy, which will result
in the early resumption of specie pay
ments. Secretary bherman declines to
ay anything about the matter at present.
Several members of the senate finance
committee say, however, that there will
be no radical departure from the policy
heretofore pursued, and all that the ad
ministration has to do is to move along
cautiously, and specie payment will
come around before many months,
without extraordinarr efforts.''
It Is over two weeks since Hayes as
sumed the reigns of government at
Washington. Before his inauguration,
it waa givttn nut, not directly from
him, but In a manner that bore the au
thorlty of a personal announcement, that
he Intended to pursue a "pacificatory"
poller toward the South. When he was
president, the flag was to wave over "free
states, not provinces." These soothing
promises were repeated In bis inaugural
addrese, and they were received with ap
proval by all the conservative people in
the country, North and South. Conservv
tire Republicans accepted them with
an air that said "We told you so.
Our Republican victory will bring peace
and prosperity to the country." The
conservative Democracy a little in
credulous, but willing to be appeased and
for the sake ot the country to "make the
beat of a bad job," accepted the overtures
ot Hayes in good faith on the
strength of the certificates ot high moral
character that he bad received from bis
owa party, and with a good will that
was remarkable under the circunistanies,
gave to the president the support of their
good words and good wishes In the
work of pacification. In fact, with all
the odium that attached to his succession
to the presidency, Mr. Hayes entered
upon his career ot chief magistrate with
exeeptloually bright prospects of a suc
But promises and pie crust are very
appropriately placed In the category of
things made to be broken. Within the
past week, there seems to be a general
and It must be conceded, reluctant ad
mission that Mr. Hayes' fair promises
were of a very pie-crusty nature. The
public were Justified in belieying that
the troops would be removed from the
southern states immediavelr after the 4th
of March. The southern oeonle did an
Ulieve and the prosiecU for peace aud a
revival of business and general prosperity
u.vu iwuun . wen or tueraostea
couraglng nature. But days that are
us :weex and Weeks that are a
monthtothe;waltlng Southerners are
dragging their slow length
along,, tod still the troops
uave raw-area no orders to march. Bual
neass stagnates, labor wait. And not
only this, bit the situation la Louisiana
grows critical, rackard, with the pur-
puae oi perpetuating Lis power at all haz
ards, is recroitlaghls state boute force by
enroling -muiua - composed of tram rs.
WW negro, white vagrants and team
boat rowubouta. These movements of
are regarded with suspicion by
people ot New OrWaa, and popular
excitement on thelrease everyTur!
and his cabinet, it is now announced are
of affair," la iuUUu. and
Sou Cawuoa. The announxment
has a. oaaiueus sowing M Xttt
roj4 totta people ot those two atates
It to folly to suppose Mr. Hayes IgnoraS
of the tattlers Jm and hi cabinet are
boot to "Investigate." The only ajusrn.
atlrattto believe that LU promise of a
'pacificatory policy" was at pretty ptee
of alliteration mad to the ear, perhaps la
sincerity, but now In imminent daogtr
of being broken to the hope
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Stanley Matthews Is uncle lp Henry
Miss Kmma Abbot's oil-stage name
is Mrs. K.J. WotlitreU.
J. Madison Weils has a elalm ol
half a million dollars against tlio govern
ment. 'Mr. Albert llronstcln, a teacher! of
owsicln Peoria recently lost . fnr chil
dren in three days from diphtheria.
Mr-. Hayes Is a puritan. She will not
hare her carriage Used on Sunday aud
has no work done In the white house on
it is told of Mr. Thompson, Hayes'
secretary ol the nary that when he com
menced to prepare his book on the Papa
cy, he found that it was necessary to have
a knowledge of Latin, Greek and Trench.
He accordingly learned to read those
languages, which is a task seldom un
dertaken by a man - over sixty years of
A Vleksburg lady, daughter ol J. P.
Cobb, a wealthy merchant ( that city,
was rccentlr married In Naples, Italy,
to Alfonso Marincola, Duke dl Petri.!
and Baron di borcrato. The nuptial
ceremony was performed in the presence
of Urge and brilliant company. me
Close Ot Whtata. tlio brutal t'OUple took
ciieir leave for the Duke's home in the
provlnco of Petrizzl, iu Calabria.
Miss Emma Thursby, an American
singer who made her first appearance in
public ten years ago in Boston, has made
an engagement with Strakosch to sing iu
concerts under his direction tor three
years in Europe and America. For her
services he is to pay her one hundred
thousand dollars together with the hotel.
traveling and incidental expenses of her
self and sister who will accompany her.
She is also to have the months ot July
and Auguateacu year to rest, i
New York letter: It appears to be
generally understoon here that General
Grant is, after a trip abroad, to return to
Staten Island, near New York, and set
tle down In the splendid Garner bouse.
This property is perhaps the finest pri
vate estimate near New York, the resi
dence alone having cost upward of $200,.
000. General Grant will have tor neigh
bors, Geo. Wm. Curtis, who lus assailed
him during most of his administration;
Sidney Gay, tormeriy of the Chicago ?
publkan, aud now writing William Cut
len Bryant's "history of the United
States;" John . J. Ciso, formerly of the
treasury; J. W. . Simontoo, agent of the
associated press; ex-Marshal Fit It, who
was very properly rattled out a few days
since, and several other notables.
"Three Sets of Influence" A
Lengthy Cabinet Meeting
Much Talk and noth
What McCrary Intends to
AIIJI FOR TMC BLACK 1IILLH
(Special to tb St Loot Tiiuet.1
Vashlotox, March 20. At the cabi
net session to-day it was developed that
Hayes is surrounded by three seta of in
tlaences the old Radical influence, rep
resented in the cabinet by John Sber
man, McCrary aad Thompson ; the Con
servative influence by Shurz, Key and
Evarts ; and the good-natured compro
mise Influence by Devens and embodied
THE SOCTHERN lOLICY.
The question of the new Southern
policy is a glittering generality. The
cabinet was unanimous in Its favor, but
when the question turned on practical
steps toward carrying it into effect a di
vision of opinion occurred.
The results of to-day's sewlon may be
summed up in ten words : Jfaye' new
southern policy was endorsed as a sent!
ment, but temporarily, at leant, poet-
poned as a practicality. There was no
time during the session when one word
from llayes himself might not hare
settled every Citllculty. Ho could have
spoken it easily. He ought to know by
this time he has nothing to fear from the
old Radical element so long as he has
ofllces in his eritt : but he erruini.
yielded somewhat to-day.
He seems to be afraid ot Blaine, who Is
known to be advUlng Packard's present
demonstration and who threatens tr
Hayes gives Packard up to the fury of
tne rebels," us he calls it, he will lecture
through every town in the North on the
subject of our later Andrew Johnson.
Bui, Vu tbe pother hand, Schurz, Evarts,
Stanley Matthews and Charles Foster are
uncompromising in a conservative di
recUon. gchurx and Evarts yielded to
uy; dux nave no iutention of taking a
back track, it may be stated that neither
ol them will remain in the cabinet It
Hayes does not fulfill to the letter the
pledges ef his inaugural.
WHAT IS WAXTCD.
It must not be inferred that the lUdlcals
in tbe Cabinet art as extreme as Itlalne
la. None of tbem'ask for the recogni.
tion 1 Packard. They ask simply that
the troops be not removed, and ad
vocate sending committee of one ' Radi
cal, one Conservative Republican and
one Democrat down south to examine
the situation, but tbe main obleet of
itadkcausm Is to gain time ; hoping for a
reaction in tbe north against Usyet'
wi u til it (jams. :
They hop to force Kriuirr L'..r.,
ud Key out of tbe cabinet, and finally to
t potion of It. To this end influ
em, from New York, Ohio and IW
tfltvJk art contributing id ho small
. W1AT WILL 81 DOKK.:
Schurz and Evarts intend to force
things to a speedy issue. They may con
sent . to a commission consisting of
Wheeler, Foster and one Democrat lo visit
the South and report, but will not roti
sent to anything that looks like a rccog
nltion of rackard or an active support
of his intentions. The fact is Stanley
Matthews and Foster have been supply
Ing Hayes with backbone, but they are
both absent, aud it may be necessary for
both to return to bclpflayca recover his
Washixgtox, March 29. The cabinet
met at 10 o'clock to-day. All the mem
hers are present, and ailuirs in South
Carolina and Louisiana are under conuid
cratien. There arc a vast number of
papers bearing upon these cases being
examined. Little discussion is involved
as there is harnionv of views with the
president. It docs not seem probable,
judging from what is already known,
that these cases will be disposed of sepa
rately;but it is believed that upon the
subject of withdrawing the troops from
their present positions iu New Orleans
and Columbia the same directions will
be given. There is intense interest man
llested to know the results of the consul
The report that Gov.Packard Is Inclined
to violence in New .Orleans has been. tin.
subject ot comment in administration
circles, and not a favorable characU r,
though it has not been formerly talked
of. Upon the representations to the pres
ident that Packard may be under the
impression Jiat such action on his part
would influence an early determination
by the government, the president U re
ported to have said that such a view
would Indicate a poor perception of
judgment and a worse opinion ot the
firmness ot the administration. The war
department is convinced that troops in
New Orleans will compel obedience to
the laws. If violations of the public peace
TO BE SETTLED OX WEDNESDAY.
There is every probability of definite
action being taken by the president to
morrow upon the Louisiana and South
Carolina question. -
. THE WAR DEPARTMENT.
Secretary McCrary has issued the fol
lowing circular in regard to removals,
promotions, etc., in the war department:
WASUixGrox, D. C, March 20.
All employes now in the service of the
United States under the war department
nereDy informed uiat nereuuer re
movals will be made in this department
i or cause 0017, ana promotions will be
ordered npon the sole ground ol merit.
Every official must understand that re
tention and advancement in the service
will depend on a record ot good be
havior and efficiency, and not upon ex
ternal influence. No political test is
required beyond an earnest support of
the constitution and its amendments,
and proper respect for the rigbts
of the citizens guaranteed tltcreby.
Industry and faithfulness in the
discharge of duty, a good moral charac
ter and strictly temperate habits will be
required ana enforced, and the heads or
bureaus will report promptly any case of
luienesj., neglect or duty, incapacity,
drnokeone. or any immoral or di-honeft
eonabct. im case or a vacaner a re dot t
increoi win De mxm accompany! by a
list of all the most reliable and efficient
clerks la some ornce division or bureau,
from which Hit the vacancy shall bo
COMMCXICATIOX WITn 1I1E BLACK HILLS.
QFirst Assistant PonraasteMJeneral Ty
ner entered upon the duties of his oftiee
to-day. The poatofllce department to-day
made provision for mall communica
tion with the Black Hills country, or
ders being issued for the establish
ment of tri-weekly service be
tween Kearney, Nebraska, and
Dead wood, in the Black II region .
distance 330 miles to commence May 1 ;
also for the establishment of daily -r
vice between Hot Creek, Wy., and Dead-
wood, 121 miles, beginning April 1. The
direct service from Kearney will also
supply a number of Nebraska settle
ments. THE CABINET WtEIIXQ
To-day lasted nearly five hours. Besides
the Southern question there were also
under consideration, In the course of tbe
conference, the subject or ' civil
service regulations, to be . ap
plicable to the country
at large, and the question
of the necessity tor an extra session of
congress. No action was taken in regard
to either of thein, and.thoy will come up
again for discussion, and probably final
decision, to-morrow, to which time the
cabinet meeting adjourned.
Tbe following anecdote of the late
Senator Nye is told by the Virginia City
(Xev.) Enterpriu : "He was telling us
Incidents of a journey to Europe, from
which he had then mt returned.
Among the rest, lie said the Hultan ni
Turkey ordered, in his honor, as a sena
tor 01 me united htate-, a grand review
of tbe army in Constantinople, aud the
uranu v izier mounted him upon a steed
wuicu no uescribed as magnificent,
Said Nye : Mle was a pure Arabian. He
uau a, tost nue velvet ; he felt like 1
myriad of steel springs beneath a man
lit u. hi.. I ... I ,; .
..m, ucinnn nun s anu a wo
man's, with all the courage of tue one
and all the human gentleness and beauir
of the other blendod ; he knew I was an
wan aim wu as tender to me u
cnuu. nnent dismounted I could not
refrain from exprcsalug to the Grand
Vizier my admlratton tor the lucompar-
uw creature, ue Heard me through
au itiferpreter, aud then, bo whig low,
begged roe to accept the horse as a
want 01 the profound regard
which the Sultan entertained
for me. 'Did you accept him, senator V
we asked. A peculiar look eame into
the old man's eyes as he renlk-d. .1
made a rapid escalation nd saw that I
bad not enough money, and could send
to no plaoe for enough money, to pay
the freight 00 the animal to New Vork,
0 1 took high ground. I bowed low in
return to the Uraud Vizier, and bade the
luterpreUr explain to him that while
touobed to tie heart by this appreclatloM
and jreneroaity of the Sultan, it was, 1
waa sorry to say. against the laws of my
country for a senator of the Tutted
States to swept a present from any
foreign print, potentate or power."
STOBTV 1AAKS UUOUk. I MC I tSUft
. BR. C. MINE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
f M IE cotmtenr.nci; i ; jul j ami
J IcMiIen-to'oru.!, with iKe.uii.inal
fla.irs, or a rin u a.i li!).'1. st on
oneor loth rii.fk ; : the eye j become
dull; t.iepu;j.blil.i'.c ; a:i wurcscr.ii
circle run. along the loiver tyo-lul;
thenf;e i irritateil, s'vdi ;.an.l some
tinwjb!cc J.; a swJIiiv; of the tipx.r
lip; sjeca-.ion.il head . Iio, with lium
minor throhbinj of tl: cars; an
inn..-1 '.1 svoe'i i of tuln . i ; slimy or
furretl toiicj'K ; lr. ith very par
tiuilftrly in t':. morni:-; r polite
v.iriilIe,S'iiiJvi.nei Vir.r imu, with a
piiA-tinj s.,,.i-;-'.'ii:'i : the s.oni.u.h.at
oth t T. :rc'y Z w - tl ctl:: pains
i A t'it ,to.:.?.- h ; cki ai.j:i;J nausea
an.l D-i. ifin: vi-I.-:f p.-.i!."? thn'Mih
o i: :: ...v.; Iwv.ls irregular,
at ti e..vi co..'-- J lo l . blimy ; not
urn'rc'i'iin'? ti with bloolj
I) i!b-.l!.;.u.;! hard; urine ttir-i.'i-i;
i-cv':'iLij i o: .taionaJlj difli-
r.i:t, an-' a ' :.:' iie-1 1V hirrourrli :
!l ncliai-i. .1."
y tlUiii; hjtl sleep, with
vl:; ;' th? t .o'.'i ; t-.vnp.-r varin
lV, L.: ijj;icr.iily i.:i'..'j!c'- &c.
.'li-?r. . v. r the nLovi? symptoms
a. i fo :iil to cx'ut,
I !l. C M'l.AMK'SVJ.KMlFUCE
Wi'l ce;t i'n'7 fu-ct a cr.re.
IT If"D5 NOV Cu.ll.vIK JI-U.;fRV
.1 .:iy f-jr:n ; iv t ; .r 1 iniic-nt prqa-
4 it i.ijttr? to ;,.... t-'t.rr infant.
.iiri'i;ii i..v. i tnc nr iintiiics of C.
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p;ci .n.u iiy t, . v ui'tT laLit Qui
nine. a tiinp. j j i.ijiiuo iky are
riEu Arm op i:irraTioKg.
Tiia a uitmc me nver sugar
U.ic'u Lvi ..ts a iv. J wax sal on
!'. ii.J, wiih iJi-j i(0irwiun Ir.
MV Lime's I.ivi;.: l'u.ut.
Ilrtoh wrap. 1 1 ' arsthc tignafuies
of C. -MVLas;u:;. r i.F.Mi.vtj JIim.
Kohl by t!l T' j-.' f.vhlo ilniri.-t3
anJ country tt-.r' i;.-. i rs g m-rally.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND C AND EE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City sHUoael Bask Boilalaf, ip.tairs.
The Old.tt EaUblUh-Ml Ancr U Botttt;
65 OOO 000
F1KE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on the most favor
able terms by
(jKXKRAL l.VHl'RSMCK AOKMT.
a but hanud (tnd HoneaS Com
luui.s Mr. ?il-tl.
ilfi y.., tilg Ata(Uf toanly Bunk,
w;z mm to suit the tikes
Fioom and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Boem aad Board. 34 Floor S3 .00 Par Say
elal Rates t Week or Meatk
, hialtot auiu'wr of vr iilrbl Umlly
JT -n lw tauur4 at rafcauiuLla nun tut ti.
1 lie t tjurlM( u U larxalaal bet apiiolnt.
tfifi T1 ? Uwra IlliuoU. anJ U Uw Itwitom
ljuek 'MiUM la iirtam. Uia UbU will, m
W hbtniir uiplil lUi U try .(
" " UMud nurkH.
u Rround Suor. frcaufclimrn. .
JIl fount a
of aiMMla cob wi So aad Irgta
a, a. ,
I ;VI MCHEI, bei-p.i In the kuovra
S ( ;u'u. Au,J mmtlrh iu.4 ull in mJ Amtm.
VWf vt kriMi4Mt'Oi USs OAtUm
, AtHilalirAteeai. - ,
Tublie nottee Is hereby gtvea that by
Virtue of an order of tbe count r court of
lk. f 'm.i.Ib . ll....l.. 1 . . ... . Z
vvuiif vi nii-Atnurr in fua Plate 01
jinnoia, rendered at the December term
of said court, A. D. 187ft. 1, Harmon if.
lilack admlniatrator de l.ontt non of tbe ea
Uteef Lonl Kananno.tale of nld county,
decea-ed, will sell at puljlic vendue on tbe
10th day of April. A. 1. 187T, at tlio wet
uooroi or toe. Court linn. in the elly ol
tairo between the bourn or tan o'clock li
the forenoon and Ave o'clock In the arte r.
noon of the aame day to the highest hldder
io par me UCOU 01 1 1 Pliil Lou i Kiunnn
deueaoed, the following dearrihed roal
estate, altuate in Hie county of Aiexnuder
and tbe HUte ol Iliinoi to-wit i
Lots nuinheied four (4), five (.'0, and (,
In block numbered seventeen (17), in the
Cr-t addition to the cltv of t ulro : ami tha
soutbea-t quarter if aertion twelve (VI),
townxhlp aixteenOdi, aoutli ranjre two (2),
Subject to the hoineat.i.1 Intrrrtt of u lil.
dow and family In ao.i to ald lot etirlit in
block feventeen. ami to tha union's
dowrr In said real estate.
1 enu- of sale : Ono -ball of nurehaae
money to be caih In band upon approval of
S le aud deliver-of deed ami one hall on
caedit ot alx months puroha-er to give
security and trust deed on the premium- to
s cure the remainder of purchase money.
I'aieu .Marco, m, icn.
HAltMON If. HLA( K.
3Mw. Ailiniuistrator de bouts non, etc.
Whereas John B. Phlllls and Uachel .1.
I'hillii his lfe, did ty a ceruiu.dred of
trtiHt 'hearing date March the Ut 1
convey unto Charles A. Scofu-lil, puardiau
of the minor heirs ol William II. Smtield.
deceased, the foUowiag real estate situate
in the eily of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Jllluol , and known and des
floated upon llin rerouted plat ol said city
as rollows, to-wil: lt nuiubered It. anil
So in block numbered '.It, and lot 5, a and
7 In block 74, and lot ten and the south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the first addition to the city ol
Cairo aforesaid, In trust, however, to he
cure the prompt payment ol a certain prom
issory note of that dV.e, duly executed
by the said John H. l'billls, for the sum of
f l.l.Vl.ta, and made due and payable to tbe
said Chaties A. ScoGeld, guardian as afore
said, twelve months after date with inter
est thereon from date at the rate often
per cent per annum. An I whereas said
note li now past due and no part thereof has
been paid and tbe sal I John U. i'hillii has
made default in tbe payment of the same.
Now therefore, I, the siid Charles A. N o
tleld guardian as aforesaid do hereby noti
fy tbe said John li. 1'hillia and Ka.h.lJ.
fhillis and all whom it may cone rn that
by virtue of said dead of trust ami tbe
power therein conferred on me, I will at
the hour of eleven o'clock, a. in. on tba
21st day April, A. l. 177, at the westerly
court house door Iu the city of Cairo in
said county, sell at public out cry for cash
in hand tba above mentioned real estate or
so much thereof as may be necessary to
pay and d I -char if e said promissory note
and the Interest thereon and tbe necessary
expenses of executing said trust.
CiiAitLKS A. smpratn,
Uuardlanof the minor heirs of William If.
Cairo, Ills., March 10th 1S77.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
aow anaaes, sec.
always OB naad, a eclr),rWd llluniinatlo-
uornar Klaventh Btreat aad Waahlng
Mark These Facts.
The TettinuiBV of tbe Wnole World.
"I had do appetite i Holloway'a fills gave me
a brarty one."
Vour 1'illa are marrelcrus. "
'I send for another box, and Vtru them io the
' ir. Ilolloway haa cure-l mv t.elache that
1. mm 1.11 r io.
"1 KmX ooe ol vour Pilla tn in l.al
era morbus. 1 hedear litUe iu.uj jjot rll iu a
My naimea r a mornimr is now curt.
'I OUr LOX Of I1I!.WV' Olnmn... ...-.
or noiaes In the acad. 1 rubbed some of your
Ointment U.h:nd (lie ears, and tbe bom has felt."
foniUy n tW bole"i 1 w"t tne lor P""'
"I encluae a dollars your price it 21 ecnu, but
'hend me live Ih.xui of vnur l-ili.
"lt me tux three boxes of your l'ills bv re
turn mail, for ;hills and Keer. "
j nave over V) tu..ti teatimonisla astl.eec, but
"' mfimtx UUII-SJCia IIH) IQ COIlCllMll-
For Cutaneous Disorders '
auu an eruniion ot lie akin -ih i.niin.ii ia
moit invaluable. It doe. not li.nl externa !y
alone, but sjenetrate Tvith the ino-t eaivhiiii
Ariadlai llm lha W m.m a.....S j.B' .4. 11
w f s vi uic evil
Invariably cure the following diseaf.es
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all dlaease affnetini. tlia .,..ti...
thj-r secrete to umcb or too lime wuU r: or
whedier they m sldielod wild atue or grucl!
with aclie. aud naini aetlled in i. ......
renious of the kidneys, these Pill ahould , xk
ieo aocordias e tna printed directlans. and the
(Jiatment should be well rubbed into the small ol
tha back a bed time. Thin liuiiimi av.n .i
slniot iiumediate relkr when, U other ineana
1 1 U V f Cl.itM.1
For Rtomacha Out of Order.
No medicine will so eSiinaiiv ....
U.n.of lhestomachaa theae I'tlU; they remove
aU acidity occaai.mwi either by intemuirance ar
iS.roi.er uiei. i ney reach the liver and reduca
to a bialtny action ;they are WAaderfully efU.
uus in canes of .t,iu-iu lk.:t they never tail In
the world lor tn. T l.Tl w".
sUjnia, llilioua tuiplaiuu, Klotcl.ea ou ht
alaiuts, tumbasfo. . Piles, Klieuuialikm, Itoen
iion of unue, ftcjrofula or Kh.ii tvil or
ThroaU, hUme and Crave! Tuv-lwVureu
lumors, I loers, Wertuael all kmda, Wkn"2i
Iroiu aay cauM. ate. . ""c"
none are genuiue unless the siimatnre of J
Haydock. a aaeat for tlie XJrnuA isiates, nr
rouucU eat-Ji boa of J'iue. and Oiutmani. a
nan.iaon rew.nl will be givm lu mu, olm r.al
derinjr aiich iulorniatlon aa may lead to Uia
ttlP-fi Vf W .0' "ulerreitlr.K
th.iiMaU.uue. or veudm Uie aame, kuowinj
1 ae m.nufaMory of Profeaaor Il.t.
w" f 00 New ork, aud by all reaiwctable
L'5'rf?! -bJa. lh7.uou"
Ue civilised World.
eenU and St eau-h.
boxes at i onuU, tj
UXr ilHim. U COMl1aU '' tasinf the
K. 11 lirac(!ons for Ilia Kuldanca of natiuaU
la every disoMerare alhiHlto ea-h bc
Olflce, 1U1 iberty Bt,, Hew Tork
(Uw-fJacM t ,
r.'," I 'I Ifet Ior.-at.alui..
riMaa utN Hutu, Cuu4,ik
hkiu, Ituwela, (.uiisuiuptiou, lebililr, lro,.y.
Uys-utenr, .ryail, 1-enu.ie Irregularities
Jin -i J . fiU-Uout lleaoUu-L, lnd"
veatlon. luflammuiion. .Inr,l..u i.
S H E B E H U I H
Rcccominendcd by JENERAL PLEASANTON
Kor the cure or a large class of DISK ASKS. Al.o used tor rtlmulatliix Vegetation,
We have In stock a cood supply, and ran furnl-h llibls to any deired dl
uiciislons, aud at prices that will not Justify those in want In
sending to other market.
The Perfection of Light.
E L A
Family Safeguard Oil.
V A3 AW'AKDH) 1HK-
Ky the Jurors aud
At the Uent Illuminating Oil, for it-eitraordoiary merits of sali ty and ilrtli.ao.y
KT.AIM-: was also awarded a tiold Irle.Ul at tbe ruubursh Kxi OMti-.n j and w is
adopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by the
IM IKl) SraTK-i iO VEKNMKN r LHillT-Hof K Dfcl'AU TMi:NT,
And received a high commendation fr-.ni the Hoard of l.'nited rt ite. steamiest lnf.e.-.
tors, Wa.liington, 1. C.
Insurance Companies rale 1.LA1M: the same a. a (las tik.
ELAINE Is used on many ol the Ilallroads, Hr t Cars and Hotel- of Ihc counli y
aud inaiijrtirated superior to any other oil iu the market.
Can be used In any lamp.
OKIiKKd KftO.M THE TMAhK NOl.ICI'f Ef.
FIRE! FIRE ! FIRE!
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
irunKs, vaiises, itc, jute, Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late flro by
Will be sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
GREAT S ACREPICE
Come Ono Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
Consumption, that scou rife of humanity u
1 feel conll.li nl that I I. , ..
only aura, i.lalilbl. w-ow" kuowa to
li.ViT .i . "iwwiy, poaitiva cure ol
siimi.tion ho.pitals in the old and new world"
u!UlU,f,1.t ntX "' .' f l""KT medicat.ou,
both lucal and eoustitutuui.rin nu ...i '
area! enemy of our iao. 1 have fouud it. Hut
.'""";. I soirtea am to aay to thoae
mfladfiS w,,n""''l'tion or any or the above
maladies, tlmt by addivssmg me. Klvinir .ynin
torn.. ther ahall be out 1.. Ji Ji..B r.i !i'Z
treat boon, without chance, aud .lull have the
siiettlof layeaperiaaca iu thousand, of naani
auocr.aluly treated. Kull particulars. diTec
tlonsfori.revarat.oaanJ use, ..4 advice and
inauucuuaa lur aucotaarul tiealiiMiit at your
own home, will be received by ym by V-turu
mail, free ol enara. bv addreialni 1 ru
1'K. JOHN (,. UI HNETT.
w-..j tfencraun atrH. Iiuiaville. ITt.
Orllla. 910O a uh..tTS
-mWmW bm. JU AMf iu, at. Ia.uI, kU,
lUnts, vis. :.Urrh,Astbn7,, B,nchit is Nerl
ou. lieLilitv, euj., eu.-. 1 am old foil I be!
Iieve la med
" Bill I I at UIIWu i.i.n.u
E E OB AL T P 0 T
1 1 E
Commissioner of the
Caps, Boots and Shoes,
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ana Dealer la
We. 76 OHIO XJBVES.
SPKC.AL attentloi rlTen:teensia-nuenU aad
W. n. MABEAN.M. D.
BoasspaUdo Fhjsici&a a Sups
Or. BrbjtBam.i Sueceeaor )
CJce J3a Commercial -4v..
-llaa . i Caiea, liUaoia.
Special attantioa Blren to
tbtf truimeat al
Ckroaio DL aad
peculiar to at-