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Tn w Orleans Time think that
lUfM la a Sphinx too
Tn frtvfcppfiH have iw the niU
loo to KnuUlto ax-Senator Logan, j
Tn lcksfirer ZmU DCCdicU "that
all tndtcatloa r5 IsrorsWe tlit
bom ol tlM MUaiMlppI Vally lands, ft ill
U timndaUd tbU f-luf ,;j ;
V.TT ' tT t ' ' :
Ma. Montn, wetober of the lojrUla
turc, baa Introduced a resolution propos
log an amendment to the constitution
proTtdXl Uat aeaetons ol the general
seat)! held oreiy Jour jmn.
oik AiA:. . v c;-
T ' seople; 01 t-oulsvllle tendered
Henry Wattenoo a pablie reception last:
nlgat tarts wot hit recent retnrn from
Waahi&ztonnd as an expression ol their
"personal friendship and appreciation of
his distinguished services and abilities.'
. . .. 4 xt V . v.
Taut school board of Davenport, Iowa,
does &ot believe in half-way measure.
It haa torbWden the reading ot the scrip
tures In the schools, and also passed . a
resolution prohibiting the singing of
Sunday school hymns.
Taa compulsory education bill was the
object of discussion In tbe Illinois house
on --.. . Albrlrht, of
jdiupbsDoro, and Wou- , . - .-
bondale, spoko in tavor of the measure ;
CoL Watklns, ot Pulaski, opposed It.
Tbe hill was discussed tor six hours, and
was finally defeated by a vote ot sixty
six ayes to sixty-three noes.
Hayes1 attorney general once, as a
Democrat! candidate, ran against Gov
ernor Andrew for tbe governorship of
Massachusetts, and twelve years before
that, in ISM, when United States mar
shal, he led a fugitive slave down State
street In Boston "in the midst of a
shower ot hisses," and turned hira over
to a United States war vessel which took
&i:n to hit Southern matter's home.
A Washington dispatch says that
Fro!. C. V. Riley, state enromoloetet of
Missouri ; Prol. Cyrus Thomas, state en
tomologist of IllinoU, and Dr. A. S.
Packard Of the American Naturalist, 01'
Massachusetts, have been appointed a
United States entomologist commission
to inquire Into the character and habits
of grasshoppers, and other destructive
insects which have created for several
yean to much ravage In the agricultural
districts of the West. .
J . Madisox Wxxi-a and Anderson re
turned to New Orleans on Wednesday
and Anderson was at once seated as one
of tbenators In Packard's legislature to
help make up ; a quorum. This was
dene notwithstanding the fact that the
returning hoard declared elected and
returned at elected a Dem
ocrat front the district la which Ander
son was a candidate and that Anderson
himself testified before tbe home com
tn ittee that he was fairly beaten.
mt.Vtran ltn f Va Vi.
been missing from his home in New
York since last Friday, and fears are
tnteKalned that he has either been inur
deredor committed suicide. Mr. Hall
has been one of the most prominent men
in New York city, and has led a varied,
though not strictly an eventful life. He
baa been editor, lawyer, actor, and poli
tician. For : tome months past it has
been raapected that tils mind was afiected
and financial embarrassments have aided
to distress him.
Of th j eleven newspapers published in
Philadelphia, only one favored the alec,
tlon of Don Cameron to the United
States Senate. The rest were a unit in
their . opposition. The Philadelphia
Timet thus expressed the situation.
"Col. Forney's Pre mourns the hu
miliation of the state ; the North American
It la desperate revolt; the Ledger bst
been driven from its staid ways into a
violent protest the Enquirer fearlessly
nproaehet the party for tol
erating such a domination; the
JUcerd hat its tay agaiptt the family
barter : tbe Telegraph is in open rebel
lion, and the Day, the Herald, and the
Chronicle all swell the chorus of oppo
sition. The Bullet in is alone of all the
Journals of Philadelphia in approving
the election of Mr. Don Cameron to the
eeoate." An unequal contest, it would
seem, but out of it thet'amerons came
Tax Sew York Graphic denies the as
sertion suggest by the death of Matilda
Ueros,Uttt actors and actresses are pro
's srMsvUj- Improvident In money matters.
It says that "nearly all the acton and
actresses of this country, of any promt
nenc or ability, can show a fair bank
accounted manifest a fondnsss for solid
lavetttnesUs. Curiously enough, their
Invest meets generally run towards farms
and homes. Barney Williams left a
hsnrtsosn estate, which is prudently
guarded by his widow. Charlotte Cosh
maa died worth nearly half a million.
which aba bad accumulated. Florence
owns , a fine, house on Park ave
aae, 4a this city. Miss . Chariot
Taoeapeoa posset set a rich farm In
Orange county, besides other valuable
property, lee Jeleraoa owns land In
several atttot at the Union. Forrest, as
la watt known, left aa immense estate.
Long Branch Is tbe headquarters for a
toot A acton who have valuable laaded
property there. Lotta (Miss Crabtres)
la said la to worth more than 1400,000
and aaly - hut week ah sold $7,000
wort of property to John Jacob Aster,
la tav, ssatrlx all the leading $jn at
tn oaaatry. and many who do not by
any satant claim that eminence, bare
;!ak by for a rainy day."
Fred Douglass' bondsmen are Dem
Mn. Nellie Grant Sartorls has a new
girl baby, born laat Saturday. .
General Grant and hit wife will jour
ey weet this week on a visit to friends.
! Senator Lamar, who has been very
in In Washington, Is recovering.
' The pope has nominated Kef. John
Moore, btahop for St. Augustine, Flor
id. Sam Stick nejr, the oldest circus rider
lit th United State died in Cincinnati
on Monday last, t . A r
The diamonds Worn by a lady at a
ball lit Paris lately when placed In a row
measured nearly nine yards.
A dispatch Iroin McGregor, Iowa,
dated March 19 eays : Charlie Ross
tsther, on receiving a 'photograph of a
boy found a few days ago near Wyluslng
with some Indiana, telegraphed to-day
that if the boy had a scar on bis right
side to bring him at onesto Philadel
'. Chicago Evening Journal: "A DlaU
is on toot in Italy to re-estsbll k the tem
oral power Of the Pope. The Ultra
montane element, it Is stated, encour
aged and supported by Father Beckx,
General ot the Order of the Jesuits, is
pushing the movement, and men and
money are being raised to further its
objects." ' ' ''
Washington Dispatch : The sum
mons to answer In the case entered tor
was served Wednesday on Gen.
Grant at the residence of ex-Secretary
Fish. Gen. Grant regards the entering
of this as a kind of a blackmailing opera
tion on the part ot Biggens, and although
tbe statute of limitations clearly ban
this action he will not avail himself of it.
For the purpose of having all the factt
brought out and a vindication ot tbe
aspersions cast upon bit character by the
plaintiff, he will put the defence in tbe
hands ot attorneys with instructions to
have the case brought to trial at as early
a day at possible.
FOUR TO THREE.
By This Vote Justice Is Again
Denied the South.
The Promised Withdrawal of
Troops Mot Performed.
Though Insisted on by Schurz,
Evarts and Key, '
Sherman, Thompson, Oevensand
McCrary Carry the Day.
A Commission Decided on to
' bitrate in Louisiana.
I'MivereM ltMll(auUa) of Democrats
north) , asui.
I ' Waahlasraw ,"
(tcrial to tit St. Lout Republican)
turn kUINM lltl.ll.Mi,
WatuiKGTOX, March 21. It I hardly
vtrtiant to sav that thprw 1 not a
Democrat In . Washington who Is not
thorougldy disgusted over the action of
tlic cabinet to-day. At first no one cared
for details. The simple fact, as the
Democrats and many liberal Republi
cans expressed it, that Ilayes was weak
ening, and that at the cabinet meeting it
was decided to send a commission to
arbitrate was enough to stir up wrath.
The Tackard people were greatly cheered
by the result, and Kellogg with some of
his friends immediately sent the follow
ing telegram to Tackaid :
The troops will not be removed.
Hold the fort. Go ahead with your
. TOE Cil!l or TIMK
In which ilayes can be brought further
around was, they said, enough for one
day's work. The Louisiana democrats
were greatly discouraged, as they have,
up to this morning, bad the most grati
fying assurances from Ilayes. They say
they will treat the commission when it
eomes Among them with respect, but wdl
not accord it any Jurisdiction, nor will
they allow the situation to remain in
(afu quo on its account. Gen. Butler '
telegraphed Wade Hampton: 1
"Nothing decided tor our ' state, or
another edition of 8 to 7."
And received a reply from Hampton:
"Will my presence In Washington ex
THIS W4t PKOMPTKD .
By a request tent to Hampton by some
one in administration circles that be come
to Washington. Chamberlain asked that
both be and Hampton bo requested to
comeitere. ltaiupion was telegraphed
br his lrleuds that he bad liotter tut la
South Carolina, and not come begging
arouna a inrone wnere promises wen
rwi .1 - r .
itvu tutu commissions anerwardt ap
pointed to relieve a president from tbe
responsibility of fulfilling the promisee.
The general sentiment Is that Hayes hat
been losing back-bone, tbe old element
natgotnoid ot him, and accordingly
last night and to-day Foster and Mat
thews have been telegraphed to come to
n asmngton to
fl'T SOttB GRIT IHTO THIS Man.
Both of these gentlemen cave out durin
the miibusterlng oa the conns quite a
number ot written guaranties that
Oayet' policy would be such at to suit
the Southern people. The exact char.
acterof these documents Is not known.
but It la safe to asy that they wen pretty
strong, and fully satisfied those to whom
they weo given. The hold an ta-alght
feel very much like allowing the public
to see them, but they aay they moat ax
erclse a little mote patleaoe. although
they have been Irving oa that
roa maxy mas. "
They prefer It mixed with prosperity,
uvwvrar. una or the first and most
noticeable ttectt ot the action oa Louisi
ana wal e aoildlfrlag of the deroft
rf. anda31 li Inwardly ftry elated
anlaajralohisboiom friends that then
wilt not he a democrat at the meeting ot
the next congress who will vote lor any
oss whoever even railed on Hayee. It
is next to Impossible to get correct Infor
mation regarding the
rROCKKDIXOS III TBI CABIKET TO-DAY.
The members are particularly reticent,
and ecpecially so for new bands. The
general belief Is that the vote was four
to three, the president not TMlntf. or in
tact taking any, prominent pui t in the
discussion. Vettcrday at one time, it is
taid, his vote would have cart led the
Schurz resolution for the withdrawal of
troops. To-day he was Inclined to go
with Sherman, McCrary, Thorn pon and
Devens. This diyUion will probably
stand tor the vote taken on the final de
cision. ' ;
A REASON GIVKS BV O.NK
Of the members named, for the action
taken is that Packard has secured meu
and ammunition and that a withdrawal
of troops now would Inevitably bring
about a srnat lost of life. Yesterday
Mr. Hayes was quoted by the associated
press as saying, when some one said that
Packard's niovemeut was to innuence
the administration, that that woul
dlcate a poor perception of the judgment
and a worse opinion ot the firmness of
the administration. The excuse that to
day's action wat to prevent bloodshed
and that the Louisiana people, two
montha aco asked for'a commifsion. arp
ji tuai nayes' friends make.
TBE ACCUSATIONS FROM THK OTHF.R
Are as numerous as they are bitter.
Hayes la called a fraud per e. Ellis and
other Louisiana men are afraid the result
of to-day will cause trouble In their
state, and they have accordingly tele
graphed to their friends cautioning them
against violence. The composition of
the commission was not agreed on, but
at an informal meeting to-night at the
white house It was discussed. Tbe
names which have got out commonly
are Wheeler, David Davis, E. R. Hoar,
Kenneth Kaynor, ex-Gov. Brown, of
Tennessee, and Aoger A. Prior.
It Is understood, is to have all the power
wnuh can be conferred upon it, to arbi
trate and compromise the troubles some
thing after the manner of the Wheeler and
Foster committee of 1875. Mr. Wheeler
said to Senator Cameron to-day Just be
fore he lelt for New York that he would
not serve, and intimated that a commis
sion at this time was a humbug. This
was after be bad I seen the president and
after the commission had virtually been
decided upon. That he agreed to servo Is
stated from another but .hardly as trust
worthy a source.
THE STORY OF A DOG.
What a "ValnaM KuKlUh HuIIcIob"
UI4 for Cincinnati Man. .
(Cincinnati Gazette. Man b V'
A heart-rending calamity has overtaken
the family of Mr. Daniel Boote, book
keeper at tbe corner of Third and Wal
nut streets, whose residence is on Gil
bert avenue, two doors above Sycamore
Street. tV-,1 1, tit IfilU Ahont 1 o'olock
yesterday afternoon he was summoned
irom ins piace 01 business by a telegram
from Walnut Hills Station to the officers
at Hammon street, but did not know the
nature of the summons until within a
square of his house.
Mr. Boote haa for some months pat
had what he considered a valuable Eng
lish bulldog. n which he took consider
able pride. 'Die dog was not considered
sate to run at 7arge, and, therefore, was
kept chained lu the yard back of his
house. He vas sometimes cross to mem
bers of tho family, but had never at
tempted to bite anyot them, and some
times was very good-natured. Mr.
Boole's little daughter, only five years of
age, was In tbe habit of feeding this dog,
which yesterday proved himself
to be one of the most
savage ot monsters. Alter dinner
was over the little girl took
the rciiioants of the meal, as usual, to
feed the brute. She bad jut got within
the llmita of the dog's chaiu when be
flew at her, and, seizing her by the
throat, pressed her to the earth, and
commenced tearing ber tender flesh In
the most terrible manner. The poor
little child could not even scream while
the ferocious beast was tearing her
throat, her cheeks, her.upse, her scalp,
and breast. The flesh was literally
torn down to tbe bone on the entire left
side of hurj'.tace, and mangled most
horribly. . i
All this the agonized mother saw from
the kitchen window. She ran Into tbe
yard screaming "My God ! My; child !"
and was fast advancing on th; dog, when
he released his hold of the mansrled child
and Hew at tbe mother, but she fortu
nately evaded him. i'oliue Officer John
i nomas, wnose residence adjoins that of
air. Boote, was providentially at home
eating his dinner, and when be heard
airs, uoote's screams ran out Into the
yard. I-ooklDs; over the fenoe ha Lolr
in the situation at once, and In an Instant
was in his nelrhbor's vard. with hla ni
tol drawn and cocked. "I prayed to
God," said Officer Tbomaa ' to 'ftnr
reporter, "that 1 might not hit the
cnua wtiea l tired, for the dog's mouth
was on ber throat. ' and I feared
I might miss my also. The dog
waa literally eating the little rirl's flesh."
itis prayer waa answered. The bullet
struck fair la the ferocious animal's tore-
head, and he released his hold Ion?
enough for Mr. Thomas to seize the child
ana nana iter to her mother. But In his
dying throws, the do returned to the at.
tack, and caught Mrs. Boote bv!the hand.
which was terribly lacerated by bis
sharp teeth, QfUcer Thomas then pre
pared to fire again, but the brute released
Mrs. Boote's hand, and sprangat him.
Tbe force ol the dog's onslaught, which
was directed at Mr. Thomas' throat, bat
fortunate fell abort, waa enough to
knock the officer against th grape-arbor,
and before tbe attack could be renewed,
the dog fell dead from his wounds.
TEESPLB of padhiou.
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Down go tho Priooa of
Seats' fspfig lois
Wo are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Ever hrotirht to Cairo. Thee poods are ptirclia-ed by Mr. Farnbaker who resides in
Vkr Y.rk- mi tak.i him flan In ftnlarHniF ami tin vlbr fiitt whtt tliA luarL t
; needs and at prices to suit the times. Yvti Will do well by railing
i on us, to look at our good and priest. We make
A Specialty of Gents'
stetson's fine Mat.
FARNBAKER A HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
The terribly-mangled child was carried
into the house, and medical aid sum
moned. Everything possible was done
to relieve the little sufferer, but the
physicians were ot opinon that the
wounds would prove fatal. She bore
tbe terrible suffering like a little heroine,
and preserved her consciousness all the
time. At midnight we received word
that she was dying, and would soon be
beyond the reach of suffering.
INCIDENTS IN FRENCH LIFE.
M'm Pad! and ib Marsala f Cans
-Tbtir Appearance luturt.
A correspondeut of the New York
Times writing from Paris sends the fol
lowing : . ' ' ,
On Tuesday last the suit lor separation
from bed and board brought by M'me
l'attl against her husband, the Marquis
do Caux, came before the tribunal ot the
Seine. A large crowd of persons as
sembled in the street long before the
doors of the Palais de Justice were
opened, the amateurs of sensations and
scandals being constantly on the qui
vive for such occasions. But in
this instance they were doomed to
disappointment, the proceedings
being held with close! doors. M'me
Patti was Introduced by one staircase
and M.'Je Caux by the other, and the
rencountre took place In the cabinet of
President Aubepiu. The French law
obliges the judge to make an effort at
reconciliation before entertaining any
propositions, or betore learing the case.
M. Aubcpin soon found that this was lm.
possible, ixa, considering the high station
of the parties, dirt not Judder n neces
sary to give his usual discourse upon
morality, nc saw that neither party was
in a state of mind to listen to lectures.
M'me Ptittl was accompanied by her
counsel, JS. Denoruiaudie, who put in a
demand tor separation from her hus
band, on the ground of violence, blows
and bud treatment. Under tbe latter
head cam the reproaches regarding the
tenor, Kicoliui. All that she emphati
cally denies, but only a few months ago
M'me Nicholas made an application for
aeparatien from her husband, and ob
tained It on the ground of bis too great
intimacy with M'me Patti. If tbe latter
proves that she has been defamed, what
becomes of the caso of M'me Nicholas?
The confrontation was very short in the
cabinet of M. Aubepiu, who took note of
the case, and adjourned it,
but he accorded M'me Patti's
demaud .to live with ber
sister, M'me Strakoscli, meanwhile and
to fulfill her operatic engagements In
St. Petersburg and Vienna. The two
parties then left dos-a-doi, and some
months elapse before the case comes up
tor trial. French magistrates always
defer such cases as long as possible,
under the supposition that some arrange
ments may be made when the passions
of the parties have had tlnio to sool,
when resentment has died away, when
reflection has bad time to interpose, and
wnen the heartjhas dwelt upon the sou
venirs of tbe past, it la not alone by
happiness that two persons are attached,
forthe human heart is so constituted that
we love those tho?e most deeply for
whom and with whom we have suffured.
Let me say here that the story given by
the Goloit wag not wholly exact. M'me
Patti did uot leave St. Petersburg with
Nicolini, but with her female companion,
two servants, and her agent. Whatever
cause there may be tor reproaches, there
fore, must be sought at a period anterior
to the scene described by the St. Peters
burg Journal-the "jewel scene" In the
dressing room of the prima donna.
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Aooflng and OutterlnaT ft Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
ny Prt of Southern niinoia.
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' 'abUMPMigUstte- DaBi. '
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Ay; but wait, good wife, a minute;
1 bar first a word to aay i
Io you know what to day is?
.Mother, 'tis our wedding day!
Just a now. we aat at supper
when tbegueat had gone away
You aat that side, I aat thi side,
'orty years ago to-day I
i ban what plans wlald together;
What bray things I meant to do!
Could wedrearu to-day would tlnd us
At this table m and tou?
Better o, no donlit and yet I '
Sometime tliiuk I cannot tell
Had our boy ah, yes I 1 know, denr;
Yes, tie doeth all things well.
Well we've had our Joy and sorrows,
Shared our mile a wellasU-an;
And the beat of allI've bad yeur
Faithful love for forty-year!
1'oor we've been, but not forsaken :
Grief we've known, but never alian.- -Father
for Thy ndless mercies
Still we bles'J by Holy names
A rl nWrrlfl Thi. i. rare cb.nee
HIT H . I VI ! I r you V make mon
snVrfaWskl aLWfy. We "ill pay yon
. , . large cash commis
sions and give you ezcltisiv territory. Mend
us oue dollar, avoid unnecessary corresiMm
denoe, receive your territory, and goto work at
once. I pon receipt of which we w ill forward
agent's outfit, certificate of agency, etc. Spec i
sju'b copies 10 cents, none rree.
Address The Treaemre Publishing- Co,
Nu. 4i t .Ur Street, New Turk",
Public notice la IiavaKv ,rtai t
- - - . j r ' Uk i j y
virtue of an order of the county court o'f
vuuui ui Alexander in me (state ot
Illinois, rendered at the December term
of said court A. It. 1m?. I n.nn.
Black administrator de bonis non of the e-
ia.e ot t.oiiiH aasanno.JaLe ot .aid county.
.lo.'a.pil will U..I1 n nil . I. ,m.
10th day ol April. A. D. 1877, at the
ui ui luo.iui . uouti in toe city ot
Cairo between the hour of Un o'clock Id
tbe forenoon and live o'clock: la the after
noon of the name ly to the highest bidder
to psy the debU of the nld Louis Naanno
deceased, the following described real
cubic, nnuuio ui uiB county oi Alexander
and the State of Illinois- to-wit :
Lou numbered four (4), nve ("i), ami ),
in block numbered seventeen (17), in tbe
first addition tnthn lrv r I nl. .-.i .t..
' Wll.V, V II C
southeast quarter of section twelve (12),
tunuBuiii Mx.ecui.it;, aoutn range two Ui.
Subiect to, the, linmauioa.l lntu..Lt ,.t ..l.l
dow and family in nnd to Raid lot Blunt in
block seventeen, and to the widow's
uovver in said real estate.
Terms of auln (inn .half nt Tni.nl.u..
money to be cash In hand nnnn nnnpnul r
s le lua Uclivery of deed aud one halt on
c cun ui mi monms, purchaser to t;lve
s curity and trust deed on the premine to
uuu me remainuer ot purchase money.
Dated March, ftth, 1877.
UAUMOX II. BLACK.
d-8-4 w. AdminiHtrator de bona non, etc.
Whereas John K. 1M.11I1- n.l tl..i r
Philli his wife, did by a certain ;deed of
uun.ucoiiiis uaiB MUCH th 1st 1H70,
convey unto Charles A. Hcolield, guardian
of the minor heir ot William il. Scotield,
deceased, the fcllowiag real estate situate
In the city of Cairo, county of Alexander
and State of Illinois and known and de.
lgnated upon the recorded plat of said city
as follows, to-wit: ljst ni
8l In block numbered 29, and lots 5, 6 and
7 in, block 74, and lot ten (10) and tbe south
half of lot numbered 11 in block numbered
one in the first addition to tbe city ol
Cairo aforesaid, In trust, however, to se
cure the prompt payment of a eertain prom
issory note of that date, duly executed
by the said John II. PhillU, for the turn of
.,153.5s, and made due and payable to tbe
said Charles A. Scotield, (ruardlan as afore
said, twelve months after date with inter
est thereon from date at the rate or ten
per cent per annum. Aud whereas said
note is now past due.'and no part thereof has
been paid and the sal i John B. Phillit has
made default In the payment ot the fame.
Now therefore, I, tbe said Charles A. See
held guardian as amrcaald do hereby noti
fy tbe said John B. Philli and Rachel. I.
PhllUs and all whom it may coneern that
by virtue of satd deed ot trust and tbe
power therein conferred ou me, I will at
the hour of eleyen o'olock, a. in. on tbe
21st day April, A. D. 1877, at the westerly
court houso door in the city ot Cairo in
aid county, sell at public out cry lor cash
in hand tbs above mentioned real estate or
so much thereof as may be necessary to
pay and discbarge said promissory note
and the interest thereon aud the necessary
expenses of executing sid trust.
Guardian of tbs minor heirs of William H.
CAIRO, Ills., March 19tU 187".
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acciJani or oiherwu. A
HUl'A II or any kind, th
lots of a Ft Ufrer or Ts. or '
the li. of luCe, Hi; is
Tt'ttEaif bat aUht, f i
penuu. uuease of a.11
or atrlcuste Tr elate eiv a
uicbarKd lor wouad.iajunaa
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copy of l'ouaioa aad ifisuaiia
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I'. b. cuiut Air at, Indiana
Oils,. Ibd. Sf-0 aU Uiure
i... ik f.U. tfo.Ba.")
Reccominonded by GENERAL PLEASANTON
For the cure of a larpe class of DISKASKS. Also tii-ed lor MlmuUtin Vegetation,
We have In stock a good Mipply, and can furnish lights to any deeired di
mensions, and at prices that will not Justify those in want in
sending to other market.
The Perfection of Light
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AWARDRO THK
By tbe Jurors ti J Cointuiouers of tbe
Centennial International lEzhlbition.
As tbe Best Illuminating Oil, for Its extraordinary tueiits of .5lety and lirlliiam y
KLAINC was also awarded a Oold Medal at tbe IMuburgh KxpoitIu ; auJ wis
adopted, after a thorough Scientific and practical tet, ty tbe
I.'SITKI) a TAT IX tlOVEK.SMI.M l.HiUT-HOl .-t DKPAK IMtM .
And recelred a hth eommendstlon from the Boaid of United Sthlt teuiht Inspec
tor, Washington, D. C.
Insursuce Companies rate RI.AI.Nr. tbe same as a Oa risk.
ELA1NK is used on many ol tbe Railroads, Mie t Car and Hotels ol tbe coubti y
and inaugurated superior to any oilier oil in tbe mtrtet.
Can he used in any lam;.
ORDfcRS rfiOM THfc TIIADK Lltlll.
m ! FIRE ! Fl !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats,
"uuftai viiau, xjlu., Xiic, HjmDracmg the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
, ", Will be sold wltliiuuext tbe Thirty Days at a
Come One Come , all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
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I liHJ rAllfiil!, 1 . I . ...
oiili aT,. i..' ii,. i ""," poenesstoa 01 Hie
?v.. UJr .U11"11"''" remedy-now koowu to
ii .iTv i- or Puy. Paitiv our ol
mat dread disease, aod it unwelcome concou.
Itauts, VISl Catarrh. Aathm. Ur,...i.i,i J v..
vou IJebUitv. etc.. ete. I am aid r' i
pssitjiiuiapr ui me iHfli e(mi
V.. 7k ill r I i . . " prujjer meaiuatloii,
bulb loual aad constiluiional in Vi. ..... .kTJ
peal enemy of our race. 1 huv found It Uut
l am aiaressslna-. 1 iihim .m u ... ,....
sufferiim with consumption or any of th above
HlMlMtl laal flla btu u.i.l. ..... M I I . .
torn, ttwy ilu.il b . mit la poammIoq of llila
kl..it s-tf mva.lsr KtioiiTn I .. Z
aw-. iu lUVUMUUI UI CWU
sucoraafuily treated. KuU particular, direo
(ion lor preparation and use, and advta aad
...... n .uvu-nui inauiuini at your i
owa bouks, will be received by you Jay return -mail,
free of eh. nr. l. mi.t-.I.S. J 1 .
IR. JOHN H. Bl'KVBTT
...i .Hiaaamun, 4ltutVUl, Ky,
iuAuve-tU,tI'ubr8C..b loui. We.
"IJ - i ll -J SI au-u
Caps, Boots and Shoes,
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Ani Uealur ia
Ha. IB OHIO LEVEE.
QPjgljMWoi iv-ri;toonl4tnteiU and
. W. II. MABEAN.M. D.
EoiiDfitlie Pijiiciaa a Surgeon
(Pr, BrlgbJtm's SuceMor.)
Offloe J36 Commercial Ave.
Bpecial attention siren te tbe' treatment ol
Chrome Ui.eases and OlStafM ;peculiax to f.