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Amkbicax officers In tlie service ol the
Kbedrre of Egypt bate refused to take
up fcrmi Against Kossl.
Tie WlDOii lUte enate on Wednei
Itylutpuscd tbe bouse bill niaktn
Urer coin a legal tender for all debts,
public and private, ia this state.
Job E. Ki!a, the new collector ot
the port of New Orleans, took possess
ion ot the offloe on Wednesday, and
made a wholesale cleaning out ot Casey's
Th New York Herald declares that
Secretary ',ot WarDevena is the "weak
point in the cabinet," and thinks tbe
president should arpoint him to eome
'minor foreign mission.'
Tbe aenate has confirmed XV.
shaw of Pike county, Dr. J. C
of LaSalle and John A. Gould
Island as commissioners of state
of J took
The Southern Illinois penitentiary
bill, alter receiving several amendments
Med the aenate on Wednesday by
rote of thirtv-six to eleren. It 1 cousi ti
ered almost certain that the liouc ;.viJI
concur In the amendments and iam the
-GBFiTiorest tires are now prevailing
in the wooded districts of New York, and
are destroyingevervthlng in their way. lu
the vicinity ot Woodville the destruction
ol property has been enormous, and in
value will reach Into the million?. At
lat accounts the fire was still raging,
tod all eflorts to stay its progress were
that they arc not so anxious to get at the
truth, and to make it public, as they arc
to protect Collector, Arthur an 1 ni
Squire Hugh Lucas tit the residents (
HikxI, wtio tvi. present and pave the
newly married couple his Wi-felnr;.
KtcatsE Mr.Tilden and Gov. Kobin
ton ot New York, declined to attend
the banquet tendered Mr. Hayes on the
occasion ot his recent viteit to New York,
lest their presence might be interpreted
Into an endorsement ot bis election, llad
ical papers have set up a dreadful liowl
a&d are denouncing them without stint.
They will live through it, however.
1 he Peoria base ball club have orjrHti-
ir.ed lor the season.
J. B. towncv. an old resident of Jolkt,
dropped dead In his chair Saturday even
ing. Heart disease Is supposed to have
been tlie cause.
Rrown county seems interested In the
ouincv aud Ik-ardstown road. Liberal
mibsciintions for rlcht of way and depot
grounds are being made along the line.
Mr. Robert Kav, one of the early
pioneers of Adams county, died at Iii3
home la Payson, In that county, a tew
days ago, anrt was nuneu cMinuay msu
ilia age vas eevciuy-iww yvius.
I'hcC'hamnaisn county Gazette says
that some ol the citizens of Tolono nic
trvintr to ouit the nzctit ot tiic Illi
nois Central railroad at that point be;
cause he took an active part in local pol
A little bov named Gundlucli ami
dentullr shot a playmate named Adolpli
Newbar, at Peoria, the otuor nay. At
lust accounts tlie wouniicu no '4 ciiauccs
ol recovery were doubttul.
Mrs. William IUiley.ul ManMield, Piatt
county, died suddenly ut Champaign the
other day, where ihe had pone on busi
ness. She was in the city but tin hour
belore her death.
' A woman named Sarah Kerr, a resi
dent ot liraidwood, was killed by the
cars on the Chicago and Alton railroad
at Juliet, Satiinlay. The cmyloye ol
tlie root! were oxone-i atel tram all Maine
by tlio coroner e jury.
The Jacksonville Journal oflic-e had a
narrow escape lroin a scorching Sunday
mnpnimr. The floor on the second story
ol the press room was Ignited by a fl ue
from the engine, that passed through
it. The lire was discovered by the com
positois in the adjoining room and ex-
tinguisiieu oeiore wriuns unumc nus
Will Rrown is a vouthtul chief of
Champaign, aged but 14 years but be has
all the daring of a vcterian in burglary.
The other night he entered a house by n
window, secured a smail amount ol
moner a Docket book and a note of hand
lor t M. The latter he tore in small pieces
and threw in the street when arrested.
The Litchfield Munitor makes a furious
assault upon Mr. BUckwell the postmas
ter at that plaee,accusing lutn oi purloin
ing tlie mail matter which passes through
the oiuec ami selling it ior wbmu fi.
It not only makes this stronir charge, but
proves It by elvlng the contents ot three
mail bags which tho postmaster had
sold. They contained a numlier ot
Hum clainlV addressed to subscrib
ers In thst vicinity and other portions ot
the state and other papers, pampuiets,
mgaines and circulars.
Mr. ninlne'n Ponliloii in Mnlcrt iy
(V,lnst..n 5ie'il to the Inter-Ocean )
It is published that the president and
Senator Blaine had nn Intel view on Sat
urday, at which the southern question
was discussed. Mr. P.laino is authority
lor the statement that this is not true.
There lia been no conversation what
ever between tlie two on political sub
jects. The presidents position on tlie
southern qucsttou is no more uifiiueiiy
taken than Mr. Blaine's, and any attempt
to reconcile their respective altitudes
would Ik; futile. Mr. Blaine, dnnns all
the years of his public life, has uniformly
declined to lie interviewed, but he re
marked to a rrlcnd to-day that he was
not In Washington on any political er
rand whatever, but that what he had
beard here in the last few days had tend
ed to confirm In worst apprehensions in
regard to the ultimate ( fleet ol the pres
ident's polity toward the Southern slates,
lie lias seen no occasion to change Op
position he took in the senate on March
1st. atitl he feels sure that Us correctness
will, in Ihn end. be vindicated. Mr.
L'lainc will remain hero several days,
i,..!-mtnri,lm"- ome repairs on his
house, lie is constantly besieged by
callers, and although he repeatedly lie-
l.wtineil tn hp interviewd lor the news-
twiners, he states to every one who in
quires that his position on the Southern
question is not iiusuuucimooh.
It U now given out that the reports ol
rebellion In Utah are greatly exagera
ted, aad that whatever difficulties may
occur there must be attributed to a per-
sotui quarrel between District Attorney
Howard and two or three leading Mor
mons. It is asserted that the Mormons
have in no way hindered the execution
4t tlie United States laws, and it is be
lieved that If a new district attorney Is
appointed there will be no further
Val tl ! Troop Wnutcd.
v. rui vivo. Mav 1C Several days
ao the United SUtes circuit court issued
... - ..-.-A;i t.t tWiKnr flit
a ai t vnr u'liui'Mi niiuu J a wbjv.. .
a wiiv iv -
trom the public land in viuiauon oi i .
riia aonutv United State marshals
- - . . . i i
seized a large number oi logs aim i.iacuu
keeDers in possession. Marshal Pitkin
rpnnrta navniff auvices umi me "''
!. . - ... l .n.,r.,i .v- ntr men
lives nave oet-ii i . r,' ."i,r,.
.ml a vill la lllfldR ior V. uiicu
troops to protect the keepers anil pre-
" f r,ri.nertv. 'the re-
tvuw - . . - - , e .... ,
fnr trnnns nag ueeii iciciici iu
.jita .w. " " i -
tr J !' I.lrii-. Will .Vi-irr lie Ail
to KruunirHlMfir Pujiiirnl.
The Washington correspondent ol the
Chicago Titnci : Senator Jones uf Ne
vada, is bird at work on the report ol
the silver commission, lie represents at
present in the senate the intra wing op
posed to specie piytnents. In an inter
view to-day upon the subject of resump
tion, he said that congress would inter
fere with Secretary Sherman in case of his
attempting to contract the currency in the
interest ol specie resumption. He thinks
that in case Sherman asks lor legisla
tion In aid ot resumption, the people
will be strong enough to defeat it. lb-
has no doubt but the pies'.-nt net would
amount to nothing but embarrassment
without additional legislation. J he men
In congiess who are opposed to a pecie
basis will not ottt-r to amenu or n-pe.u
the act. They will consent to a postpone
ment ot the day set. as they believe such
a plan will be most certain to ultimately
deleat the resumption act. 'lhe son re-!
tary of the silver commission says
that Sherman was uie oiu mem
ber of the last congress who sougin
to press additional legislation in mo
ot the resumption act. Jn me isi
ot February Sherman introduced a uiu
for funding SdOO.Uisy.'JO in greenoachs.
He warmly pressed this bill aud even up
t Mio liiinl moment ot the closing hours
of the forty-lourtn congress ne ureu n
ooiifrn e iinimc lliai wr.noui i-uun;
siicli additional ictrisiuuou iui
inn net would be inonerative. 1 he sec.
retary of the commission says ne is pcrs
fectly COnlldeni Vliai .nr. mii-uimu m m.
pnni n? tenort to congress win n-coni
mend the passage ot some suca measui u
as he advocated in uie last congress.
Senator Jones thinks that such a request
would unite the opposition, r or Him
self he does not believe that the tune will
overcome when snccie nay meiit can be
fo was Indiscriminately addn-seii n uie
Poles inhabiting Prussian Austrian
Belgrade speci als fo the Pari papers
assert that Austria has declared it agita
tion continues she will occupy f''"
M. J. Hcwloy
Real Estate ARcnt.
UOOM II "WIN! KIl'S III "I K."
Alti-rJuue 1st ajil.c cot'v.'.e of live
rooms rear Kifth and Walnut treets.
Cottage of four roomon 1'oui th ttreet
near Commercial avenue.
Two dwellings on Cros (! t, in a ile
Two Ktory dwelling house on Poplar
near F.ighteenth street ; in goo I order
Dwelling ol' six rooms on Tivci:ticth
street, east of Walnut , $li.
Pwcilingof eight rooms, on Walnut,
near Fifth street. Pent, JU.
Two store rooms In Winter's Block;
one fronting on Seventh street and the
Mhcr on Commercial avenue. Kooins
on seei -ml lloor ot Winter' Block
roniincnt Xo .") of Winter's row ;l live
room-. Kent, .10.
Nice dwelling of six rooms on Cross
street, hi a desirable neighborhood.
Waverly hotel cheap to a good tenenf:
Excellent two-story house on Twenty
eighth street, coinlortably arranged.
Cottage on 1 Ith'street, between Wash
ington avenue and Walnut street.
Storeroom and dwellinglately Yiut
son's f.hoc store.
Two-story hon' on l'jth street, of j x
Store room corner ISlh street and
Two-story house corner l.'h and Wsil
nut streets. Kent ).
Desirable rooms in various parts of the
i City (OBBBtU Mm Lippincott's Magazine,
An Illustrated Monthly of
St. Louis, Mo.
FULL LIFE SCHOU'rtSHIP 5.81 00
TKOI. A.RICE, A.K.t. t, B
JAS. RICE, A. M.,
I. U. 1IURW00D,
H f iST CoiunHi". 1 hotmiuh bh.I rr'-tic
jVLrniifM hi' ftinlv in til" I'liUct Mutii a
reiiise inilini-ilip l - ry ymuiK iiii'M i-ni-
I llu.s. A. lilt I., A
M , I.. I.. II.,
e it, e Ion i.
.1. 11. Mi'Lkey, 1. T. i.r.-E.H. ). M. LAthi.ktf
MULKEY, LINEGAR &. LAN3DEN.
Atlorucyn at Law,
r n:o, n.i.s
OI'KI' K : ciiiiin r'.i:il Vvtiiim
l,imyiir I.im.'li n
Sun irusv roiv.
iivtoetKM Uasdall, who his made his
lournment ot the last congress; isfu&ll
io remove 10 riniadeipiua. J lie post
ponement or Uie extra session ot con
gress has knocked the bottom out of all
Jiandall's arrangemcuU in Ida contest
for the speakership of the next house,
and he proposes to lay low for a month
or two. lie is still in the field a3 a can
didate and at the proper time will renew
The bill for the equalization of the as
sessment of the capital stock of railroads
eame up in the house again on Wednes
day, and alter a bitter contest was de
feated by a vote of ninety-four to forty
four. The Grangers opposed the bill,
and tbey are entitled to whatever credit
there may be lor its defeat. Certainly
great injustice was done many of the
railroads in the assessment of their
stock In the years covered br this bilL
While we believe In making railroads
bear their Jast proportion ot taxation,
we do not belieye in making them pay
more 'man ineir just proportion.
Lijbdr advices from the aeene of the
Eastern war are exciting, and it h now
more than probable that a great battle
will be fought within the next few days.
Great activity is reported among the
Jiussian troops along the Danube, and It
is asserted that they will attempt to cross
tle river simultaneously at different
joints, and push forward to
ward the Balkans with all possible rapid
ity. The Turks aro fortifying the passes
to the Balkans, and are massing all their
available troops on the banks of the
Danube. A battio Is also imminent at
Bitouia where the llussl&ns are prepar
ing for a vigorous attack. Thus it will
be seen that one, and perhaps two, great
Alabama Irun t JolmMoii .
(From Uie Ilirmiuglisui, Ala., lrun Ak; )
uavfc fc.K'i-'xV.i ii-Au.r.ompunv of Oxnioor
lurnace ror tne next twu months to the
Cambria iron works ot Johnstown,
i'ennsylv'iiiila. This looks like carrying
coals to Newcastle, but it is nevertheless
a fact, and one that speaks volumes for
Alabama and Birmingham. Here at our
doors is a furnace, running on full time,
making pig iron from the native ores
and coals, which lie in such boundless
prolusion all around our city, and ship
ping it to Pennsylvania, there to be man
A e Inner in Hi Illiir'iriim lie
Klonn. (From tlie rarisTrueKtutuckiaii)
The insect that is destroying the blue
graRs was the ttieme of conversation ut
court with farmers from different sec
tions. Mr. Goodloe tells us in Favette
acres have been destroyed. Mr. Withers,
ot Clintonvllle, and Mr. Goff, of N. M.
T., have a number ot acres which look as
dry as grass. Some are touching lira to
the destroyed grass (which burns lt-ad-lly),
under Uie hope of killing the insects
and making the grass grow again. The
insects are so small as to be hardly dis
coverable by the naked eye, but under a
magnifying glass, look like small ants.
They seem to prevail where the tall grass
had fallen matted during the winter.
Matt "r-ur AUauiIoim WIni-omhim.
(Milwaukee News )
The Sentinel, which is good authority
on the subject, says that ex-Senator t 'ar
penter has formed a law partnership with
the Hon. James A. Coleman, recently of
Fond du Lac, aud that the two have
opened an ollico in Washington. Mr.
Coleman is in this city, superintending
the removal of Mr. Carpenter's law libra
ry, and we may now bid adieu to Mr.
Carpenter as a citizen of Iseonsin. His
family has been in Washington lor nearly
a year, and with all his interest and busi
ness centering in the latter city, bis name
will henceforth lie dropped lrom our ill
rectory, and we shall never look upon
his like again.
rtuae of the liorkforil falniully
liortniRO. Iri... ilay 1 Itefore the
coroner's jury to-day ltichardsou testified
v y,m r stsi-r4r u iiirv iiuiiav s uuiu nnii in ijui 1 1 1
battle are likely to Uk il" w ttuin the that the tearing power ot the piers was
next lew days. I about twenty tons each, yet there was a
weight ot IM tons on each pier when it
fell, and figuring all unusual strains there
would sometimes be 2"0 tous weight on
each. He had at his own expense strength
ened the work beyond the specification.
Taper, ot Chicago, testilled that the
work was in several particulars tdrongcr
than the specifications had called lor.
The superintendent should have watched
the quality ol tlie material, but the archi
tect fchould have known the brick were
Ulterior and the workmanship uot eijual
to tbespecilications. Twenty ton to the
square loot was outside tho limit of
safety, and he preferred fifteen.
Tii Way lliejr Ito iu Willi t uuuly.
(I'ttnui 1 lOiN.i
A gentleman living near ( entervlllo
gave us the particulars of a rather
fctrange marriage which occurred not
larfrom that lowu. About live years
ago Thomas Hood aud w ife were di
vorced by a decree ol the White county
circuit court. Since then she has lived
at his house most of the tiiae, and per
formed the household duties ot
her exhueband's establishment,
in fact, many of the
neighbors bad forgotten thai he was no
longer Hood's wile; the birth or a child
In the interim perhaps made many re-
ard them as still "one." Hut Mrs.
lood had not forgotten the decree of tlie
eourt, as the sequel proves, for on laH
Wednesday she wu united In marriage
to Wi:Uam Venable, a hired man of Mr.
liood'i.The ceremony was performed by
'It is beginulug to be felt," says a
Washington correspondent, "that the
committee which Is engaged lu investi
gating tbe New York custom house is to
be a whitewashing aflair. This is what
might be expected under the circum
stances. The tact Is there was no iieces
tlty whatever lor the appointment of any
committee. Tbe treasury department
has In Us service a number ol able and
thoroughly competent special agents
who are perfectly familiar with aU the
abuses that exist in the New ork cus
torn house, and it was ouly necessary to
turn to the official records of the depart
menU and set these agenU at work again
In order to obtain ail the data that was a
twccMsvy basu for a thorough reform in
the customs service in New York a
pubBfl investigation by committee f
politicians was fast the thing that should
not M ordered, and which would natur
ally work against reform rather than f.
rvnitljUiit. TU reports of the actions
W the committee during the past two
days ahow that the members of the com.
nlt tee have baoo partisans of the pres
wt oO fcoMfoirhif that is the great oh.
iUcietoreJarnia the custom house, and
THE EASTERN WAR.
The Russians Preparing
Cross the Danube.
BOOTS S SHOES
Coffao. Suar & Syruu,
Specialty in Tears.
Goods Delivered Promptly.
rOUT Y LAUS IhlA IS. ' K U1.1C.
Oil. c. MLAN'S
Tlie TnrU ?liiniiir Their 1'ort-t-n -Uri-iil
MOVKMKN IS OK Till: UL'SSI AN'.-i.
London, May 1C A dispatch from
lUiatcl.uk says a great movement has
commenced among the llus.-liin t roups
on tho opposite bank of the Uiurgcvo,
I-jght battalions ot Ituian infantry,
several batteries ol arthlcry and Hquad
rons ol cavalry passed through (iiurgevo,
following tho road to Mmnita. i hey
have a considerable force at K'nmana.
Icsultory liring is going on.- The Tur
kish troops are enthusiastic.
A l'KK. PISl-ATCII
Says the Russians are apparently at
tempting to force the liauuhe, or by a
maneuver draw away tlm Turks from
other points. L'p to Monday night,
however, they were not fineeessful. A
Hungarian leg'on is being formed here.
Nicsies has been revictualeil.
CENKRAL WAR Rl'MOKS.
A di-patch from Uatoum Monday night
says: i he KiH.-ians are moving iu front
of our position, evidently preparing for
a vigorous attack. A great battle is be
lieved to be imminent.
A dispatch from Alexandria says :
There is great excitement iu Jmlah,
owing to a rumor that the Russian licet
Is e.ected In the Red Sea.
llOr.MAMAXS maki.no kkaoy.
London, May 1C The Roumanian
have been working incessantly at the
Kalatat lortitlcaliims. and have now
foity guns in battery, bearing on Wid
din. (Several thousand Roumanians have
been ei. traced on the old earthworks,
which they are repairing. They have
Improved otliers, and ulo built twelve
redoubts to cover the crossing of the
Danube. 1 he whole will lie linishcd by
Rustchuk is enormously stroiiL' ; it has
200 cannon mounted, besides live gun
boats. Turkish deserters from there who
havearrived at tiiurgevo complain of bad
toou and sickness in tho 1 urkl.-u army .
i lie Kussians nave not yet auvaueea ;
the camp is halt way to Uiurgcvo,
HIK la-S-IAN IKOliRAMMK.
London, May IU. A 7Yr ;;, special
lrom llucharest, alt r rccoroing tho visit
ol the Oraud Duke Nicholas to that city,
says : "The campaign will now proceed
according to the original programme,
tho Roumanian arms remaining on the de-
funsive within its own territory, tlio
Russians crossing the !anubu at ei-lit
points simultaneously, and pressing lor
ward toward tho italkans with aii pos
sible rapidity, leaving behind iiulgaiian
civil otliclals ciiarged with tlie reorgani
zation ol institutions."
1 Uli llllKS Al WljKK.
London, May Id. The Turks aro lor
lilying the passes of the Lialkaus. Ab
dul Kcrini Is drawlnr all luiws from
Macedonia and Albania to the Danube.
Tho national Kuanls throuvliout the
south are armed. All available troops
are uiarcbiiu; northward. Reliable In
formation has reached Frank ford that an
Insurrection in the Caucasus is dally
I-0US1I LUClOX NOT WAX U K.
Viknxa, May 16. (.'ount Zlchy and
the Prince of Rcuss, ambassadors toC'on
stantiuople from Austria and Germany
respectively, have both been Instructed
to remonstrate at 'Jon-tantiuoi.le respect
ing the formation of Polish legions, such
as would include I'oli-h subjeets of i r-
many and Aufctm. A i uikich ni.iiules
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
I i' nKll
fPIIII tuuiiti'ti.'n. o is
.1. k-ai leu -col witli i,
fluslics, or a i.iir.u.iisi '.
one ur butli ( Iio k , ; tin.-1; c
dull : tliepuiil-;di! :n.;.
irele runs alon tin: l-.v
the liose is irrit atfd, II ,
t i mes Lk oi ; ; a s-. c i i i 1 1 ; i
lip; occasional hca-la- in-,
ming or tliroi;iJiii;,' .t t;
unusual secreliuii of sali ,
furred tongue; luv.i'.li -ticul.uly
in tli'.' lii iriii.,
variable, somct iiu-, v. ia
gnawing sensation of ;'
others, entirely K';k
in tlie stoma' li ; o .
anl viiii'ir.0r; ir l-. i
out tli-i al) loi;c :i ; 1..
at tinvM io . '
tllifivl'l;.'!it ! I 1
btlly swollen . i t i.
lad ; resjiitati in a
cult, and a xo.AjV.
I'nt .cv and i i i.jt '.i
ftriinKir; of l!
Ik, !rit r:
Vlitiii:v--r l!.. :
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DR. C. MVI.Aa'I.'
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p.;iu . thron;!i
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cf tA.M.kAM:..,l , i MIMi jinori.
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CHARTERED MAKCl! 21. Ib69.
CITY NATIONAL BANH.CAIRO
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A II KAKKoUli, l'rt-nil'iit.
s TAVI.OK, Viiie friKiilrnf .
VV. il VI.'ir, Sri:'vmnl 'lr.-jinir.-r.
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M. Kro:hPLni, 1'AI'I.O Sciiun,
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ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877.
The tiumt'cr lor.lanimrv tiecins the ulne.
teenth volume of the Magazine ami while
iH p(i-i record will, it i hoped, be deemea
nouttictent guarantee of luture excellence,
tin etlnrlN ill he mimtmI to diversllT i' at-
trni tiniig snu to pr.i we an ini-rerwii buj-
V om lur tt'ntlinq ill thf ltext find .Ifo!1
' . ' ' 1 J. . t' y.
Thr. trrrnt dliipi t n.I ronM-llit dllll of lllC
con.lii''tor vill he to luriilt.li in puuuc
Lin rurT Entertainment nt a retineu biki
varied charneter, ai well n tu present In
:t irranhtc ami ftrikin mariner the wh re
cent Information and noun'k'it views on
iiihippt of urni-ral intcreit: in a word, to
rr inter l.itmn:oU' Mst'aine -tii h iiiyly
7V.-e 1'rtitttrf.v Unit fir Mnt Attractive
in Mitg:inc J. iff rut are
The contribution nnwon hnnd. or spec!
allv iiiifaireJ. rmlirace a lilv'hly attrttctive
lixt of ijip. ihort (.torles. le'Tiptiv
krtelien. nuratives. tpntjeri! on Ht-ienco n-l
art. Doeni". lioiiular cxphvh, ltferrv riti
el-mi's, etc., etc.
Jiy Tiib'ilttd and W'rll I,iire U'rit'ri
A lart'e iirnportion ol the ortl"U-, e'pe
dally tlioHft tl.-fcrltlve. ol travel, will he
Vrvfuxrly and Kr'iuti fully Iltustrnteil.
INTKUKSrtJiii'lonrlepnuiti at the rati- ol i
iK-roent ix-r nmiir., Marrh Intnipl M(ilem-
wr let. lnt. rt not wlth'lrawii U a.t.le.1 iinrin
1ml. ly to me irin.-iAl o Om .1. .o- iH, tl r y
li villi ttii-m rornj.ouii'1 iuU rtwt
Tarried Women and Children nmy
Deposit Money and no ono
else can draw it.
lj n ev ry l;i:i.inefi4.'luy rro'na.m. to S p.tii
i SMtur l.y iveriiiir l-jr wiving" ih ln 'inly
-oiii r, t'j B j'i:!'j k .
W. HTBI.OP. Trauri,r.
l'r. -l'ti i,t.
w, iu. (Vhier.
I. hi rtli, Ahi-i. uti'r
Corn;r Commercial Ave. And bt Stret
The pii t irla riuheliM.im-nt (-f the laj;a
zine tou-tit utc one ol itH many attratuve
In aihlill'in tn tlie l.elieral Attraetii.lii of
1,11'1'INCO IT'S Jl Ad AINK. the I'ub-li'-li-r-4
would invito attention to the lollow-
Special Features for 1&77.
1. A new set Ktory,
' 77i- .V-ir''iti df .onsic,"
by (it.ore Mtc.lon-dd.authori.f "Malc-om,"
'Alee forliifc." "Kohert Kalcbner," tte.
To tlioe ol our reiiili-rs who are lamiliar
with .Malcolm,' thi- new utory lrom
thi pen of thii rll(.ttruMied writer will
neeil no rm-oiaiiien lanon, und hl-i reputa
tion It a f iisratitee to other of a deeply in
teretirjn aud puwctlul utory. it h' K.n In
the otiifitier inimhtr. which iue, with
the lieei-mher purt, will he furnii-lH-d I'latli
to all new (iilferiher for lfT7.
I. A jirofiiHely illustrated rie of
y.trrrdiiU Srmny find Lif',
hy 1'rof. Willard Ki-ke. ('..rmlt I'uiver
fit y.v. ho in tliorouj.'hly lanii'kir with Sweden
ainl It reople from ptrKonai ob'ervation.
i. A Tii ol popular papers on
Art and Art MattTS,
Th Kin of all Publication laanad
for th Yonnir on Either Bide of the
Atlantic" Southampton (Kngland) )herver.
The third volume of Oil Incomparable
MaiRKlne U now romplru-il. With lta
elijht hundred royal octavo p.Be. Bnd lta
lx hundred UlUNtraiion. in epienuia pen
al, IU Hborter utotiua, poem-', and ket he.
ete., te., In it botutitul hindini ot red
nnd pold, it I the inoft jpieniiiii i:ui-iii
lor boy and t-irl ever laurd from the
prei. rice, f i ; id iuii gin, :
"ST. Ninioi.A. In full of the holoti-t
thlnir. The puttlleallnn 1m, Iu all respects
the bekt of lta kind. We buve never yet
ceen a number that wan not Kiirpricinlv
good.' The Liiureuman. liurtiora uotn,
St. Nicholas for 1877,
Wblrb open with November. If70, be (fin
A khort and verr ciitertaiultiif aerial from
the Kreuch, "The Kingdom ol the Ureedy,"
a atory n-lapted to ibo ThatiKHfttvwjr eaon.
Auotheraerial.ol absorbliiK lntert-Htto loy.
"I1H OWH MASTEU."
Hv J. T. Trowbridge,
author of the ".laek Hazard Stories' be
pn in the t Tirinttnan Holiday uniber.
l.eide serial ;torie, t'hrlHttnaii atorlea
lirely rketehey, poem and picture for tbe
bolldiv, and aome a-tonlelilni? illuatrutlnn
ol triental -port-'.witli drawings by flaniee
Tho ChriEtruas Ilwlidny Nurabftr of
Superbly illustrated, contains a very inter.
IIIK li JYS OK MY flOYlMOP,"
Hy William (.ull.-o Ilryant ;
"Tlio HorKO Hotel." a lively atti.-le, by
Pliarle A. lUrimrJ, aplemiidly IIIUNtraled ;
'ili I'liH'k iu the oky," by lib hard A.
I'ro tor '"A briHtnia I'lay for iloine or
Sun-lav-i-ho,di." by lr. E,.'!eton ; "'1 'be
reterkin.' hrlduias Tree," by Lucittla
I. Halo; "I'oetry and r.aiol o jiit.-r,"
by l.uej l.arirom, vith pb-ture.
mm mm mi
l;r'"P, Oair;. Wm. Klwif, Oairo.
v.H, Cairo. Win. Wnlle, l airo.
Sn-iikH, Cairo. H. I.. ItillimKky, vt.
K. Hieier, Cairo il. vv 11", t uli -.
I- II. Itrinkiniin, M. Ixjiiim,
-I. V . CiuIiiHOu, 4 iileil-Jiiia.
.em rnl flMiikiiiK IliiNlnCNN Hone.
m-htani.'.' f 'i!i ar.-l bomrht fril rit paid
n tit.- S'aviiiiib li-partiii.nt. Cuthi-tiijiia iiiwli:
li 1 all li'i an nn ir'iiiiellv utt.-i.'ii-l to.
City National Bank
capital"" - $100,000
W P II A I.I.I II A V, PreJident.
HhSKV I.. MAI.MUAY, Vluel'p-bl.
A It H.t FDKl), Cdi-lii' r,
WA' K IlVffLOl. A'l L'jhhier.
K. .VTA ATi TAVI.OII, I II. Cl7 TNOII All ,
II I.. IIALI.1UAV, V . I'. llAM.IDAr
O. I). WlU4ial.1, SUCPITIK lilHD,
A 11. Saitoho.
Exchange, Coin and United Statou
iionds llouxht and Bold.
1 lx J
aT r Jl'JL'a JVl
ftuj counto' tt
'ji . ...
DK.rOSITS rereived bd-1 a (reneral hanlih.f
For Diseaaea of the
Throut and Luukh,
such as Cougba,
Asthma, and Con
Tlio reputation it lias attained, In
conBequenec of the marvellous cures it
lias produced during the last half cen
tury, is a Millicient assurance to the
public that, it will continue to realize
the happiest results that cau lie desired,
lu almost every beetion of country
tliero arc person, publicly known, who
have been restored from alarming and
eve n desperate diseases of the lungs,
l y its use. All who have tried It ac
knowledgo its superiority ; and where
its virtues are known, no one hesitates
as to what inedicino to employ to re
lieve the distress and Bulfering peculiar
to pulmonary affections. Ciitiiitv 1ec
toual always ulfords instant relief, aud
performs rapid cures of the milder va
rieties of bronchial disorder, as well as
the more formidable diseases of tho
As a safeguard to children, amid
the distressing diseases which beset
the Throat aud Chet of Childhood, it
is invaluable; for, by its timely use,
multitudes are rescued nud restored to
This medicine gains friends at
every trial, as the cures it is constantly
producing lire too runark'iblo to bo
forgotten. No family (should bo with
out it, and tuose who have oucu used
It never will.
Emiueut Fhyhictaus throughout tho
country prescribe it, aud Clergymen
often recommend It from their kuowl
tdge, of jt,s tflVcts.
Or. J. C. AYER ti CO., Lowell, Mass.,
Practical amil Analytic! Oiemlala.
UU iiV Ail, MtVviviliiia VeVWUli.
i ik iii
, font do any
... ,wu i4ijui4( ail ii.i aunJ a.a )
bv hdttard StratiHH (K-irl Sbil.li
' 1 In! New II) perion," ete.
4. Illu-traied frkeli h. ol Travel
l'l 'turti fsinn Snii,
Kim?, author of "Tho lirtat
Hoopi r'n llitere.tiiij;Mid
i i-ia ta.crt i'. X i ut. i Co.. at bauit
by Kd ward
lr. l.ury II
I'tijins and Lrtt
will bo continued through the year
The Jlenutir, tif the. liliint.
VAiil be described in a richly HJu-trated
ericf of natierH.
7. 1 Mi ritit tin- year will a) pear a number
ol biui'l-omi ly iluii.tratcd hort artieb.'n, de--.eriptivo
of l.ife, Trnvel, and Advt-utura in
the t'nited -tate, Kmrluiid, South America,
lApan, Mongolia, un-i otm r couuvrlex.
Fur SuU hy all Jiuuk and XewidciUrs
l'Klt.MH. Yearly Subn.riptlon. fl; Two
t.'opii'N, (7 ; Three Copit-H, flu ; live '0-!..-!.
bi; Ten C'opicn, t'. witb a ropy
gran io tub person projurin tije tiuh
.inL'le nuiiibi r, ii." emt.
Notick. The Noveinbrr and liere.nbe
Nuiineis. containing the earlier ehuntera
of '-'l he Mriu1a ol l.o-ie," will be j re--enfed
to all new annuul nubivriher for
.1 ecimen Number mailed, portage jiaid,
to any adilrenn, on receipt of if chiIh.
To agents a liberal comiui-'si'in will l.e al
J. B. LIPPINCOTI II CO., PulliiLtra
71.1 and 717 Market t.. .
Do Not Fail to Buy St. NirboUii fur the
Cni latuana iiolidava. Prlc Ub eta.
Iiirlni? the year there will be Interei-tiiiK
papers tor bov, by VViliiam I'ulleii Ilryant,
.lobod. V hil'ili r, Ihoinai HiikIii-b, Willlnu
llovvitt, lr. Il'iliaiel, liXirK MalloDld,
Panford It. Hunt, hlaitk It. Stockton, and
There v. ill be ktorit . Ketehe, and
poem", of i-pecial inti rchl to f.-irl, by Har
riet rreiitt polloni, MIHan iioiiukc,
harali Winter hellotre, Kliabeth fetuart
I'hele-', UiiiiR Aicott, l.ui-ri-lii J . Hale,
Olia IhaxUr, Mary Maoea IloiJk, and
luunv other. 'I here will be nbo
I VVTT.VK SKV 1MCTI KKS."
Hy I'rof.:SMr I'roelor, the Astrouotner,
with initiv, hhowing '-The Mars of Ka'-h
Motilti," uliti li will be likely t'i (-uinana in
inter. -t any otii-i ii popular a. ieuce re-ei-ntly
piven to the puhlie.
Amu-cni.nl anl lu-ini-non. wuu run
an-1 V roh and W it and Windoni. will b
mingled a heretofore, and "T. Nicnoi.a
will continue to .lelijjht the yoini;; and k'vb
pleasure to tli obi.
Till: LONDON UThKAKY WoltM
" I lu re In no inarauie lor tin-youn that
cm be ui J to eiiiai this ehok-e proJiictloa
of Si KlliNKU'B pre. All the artielea,
whether in pro.- or rhyme, are throbbing
with vil ility. a l he literature au-l
rustic illu-tralionM are lxl It ciiperb."
'I he London Daily Newn aay -. "We wl.h
wo eould point out its t'pitti in our own
, trio'iit-al literature."
(iool) NtWS r'olt llUVi AND.'' illi
To meet the df mand for a cheaper
Nicholas i.i!t-i!ooW, the price ol vol
and II ha been reduced to ?. each, 'lb
three volumet, la an elegant library ease,
are nold for 1'1 (in full Kilt. il'). n tMt all
may trive their children a complete att.
'i Uee volunn s contnln iiior- attractive ma
teria! than liny dollar.' worth of the ordin
ary chililrcn'a hook".
Sub-cription prb!e, a year. Tbe three
bound ToluiiieM and a Miberipticin lor llii
year, only fl.'. .ubcrite with the nearer-t
newnluakr, or fend money in check, or I',
tl. money order, or in rei.-tereal letter, to
filKIIINrVK ii CO.,
74:1 t'j I riv. S'. Y
KmlUh Iiru;sL-lri, Three 11 v an-l Ingrain
alo, stair Carpet. elvet hiii, Crumb
Cloth, Oil I loth, etc., ery cheap
at the Old I'laco
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packed ar.d etit to an
part of tho l.nited states free of charge.
j a. dendall
UK A I.
MT. OARBON(BIg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the car-load
t,on, or in hogsheads, for Bhipmeut
aromptlv attondod to.
ItaTTo largo conoumcra and al
xanufacturors, wo are prepare
io supply any quantity, by th
aionth or yeur, at uniforia rutea.
CAIBO CITT tUAL COMPiNY.
t-ltiilli.ljy Bro.'i. odli, No. 70 Ohio IjJtee.
"Hulliibiy llro 'a wharf bout.
trt Kio'iitian MilU, or
I JTAt lliu Cuitl liui..,., iuoi of Tblity-Klxbtb
Ijrl'imt UtUcj- Dialer. Mlali.
No Iru Ohio !Uvt,
lhe Moot Kminrtii J.ivu. AUUi'.ri u.n a
I'rol. MjX Madi-r, IV.I. 'lyi.duil, Ut. Hon VV
K. I ilaiUViiic, lr. VV . II, C.rlniiir, I'rol Ibn-It-A
- 1'p.ctiir. Imiiica 1'nwi-r I ohliv. 1 1.
Iiuneul Arifjie, !. A. t'roudc, Mr. Miilo.:li,
Mra. Oil,haiii, Mrs. Alnand.T, Mim'I hai-krniv,
.l.n Inifc ow, liwre Ma:ii'iiul'I. VVri.. I.iai k,
Aiithony J r.illi.rw, .Malllitw Arnold, llcmy
Kli.irnlej-, W. W. Mory, Auei l.' h, liunkin,
Carl) it-, ltTii-Min. Itrnwuiiij;, ulcl li.xn; utli. r.,
are rci.u-Mi..d in the Daa of
XiittQll's Living' go
Jan. 1, UTT, THE MVlXtt AUE etil. n ii.n
in l.lM oluuie, w ith Uiu coiailiiiwl .juiiiiiieiiiln
tion !! the Im-kI men Mini jmimala ol Hit: cmuilry
and with OHlntaiitlv iiicr.ahinK mic.-i..
In l'.'T, Itn'.il furaiah to iia p-.m1.-i the pri
dui'.linna of the loivin.t autliora al.ovr iiainrd
anil nutnyoUiera; eiiihranintf the lnnivt tn.l
and fehort hUinea hy ttic lj ling ) un irM N-iVt-l-i-.it).
and an Kimjunt
Uoapproached by acy other Feriodic&l
in the Wurld. of the runt vulnuhle literary an 1 1
w i.-i.lilU. niath rol liieiluv. Iri.iu ih m n i,t tl.c
lea tint: Kfnaj ista, hcj. iitima, I ritu-s. )n,a,t r
era, and l-.-li om, repreriiiiiiii every d atrtjti i.l
ol Knowldire ami I'r rc-n.
IIIK 1. 1 VIM. Aijk.dn which it only eom
tit.r. "KVKUV RAIlltliAV," iU, M-U
B. pKcil), ia a weekly muxaibe of .xlj-I.ni
paxcH, KiviCK liioietUu
TilfiKE AMI A (jl.'Alti'KIt UIOi;SAM
duulile c. liinin (m Uvo .a.' or rc-a 1!d-iciHp
y.ailv. It irc-cnu iu an iiMxiioin- imiu
tunnidcrinir na uniiiiiiit ol inattrr. w itli lichi.c:.
uwiiiK In it H.fkly Ir-iie, ami w iili a bati'l'ar.luiy
eoiuileU-iii-.'is all. in ji I. -J hy no oilier I'liblnaliuii
the lr-t t- rcuya, IU views, Cnticiaiiia, 'l alta
U.t ln aol Irav.lun l HiiK-overy , l'o try .Si-nn
tillc, ltlu;rj.liiiail, iliaturicl ami 1'ulilicul lu
turaiutiiiu, iruiii the mine Unly ol t-on-igti
It in ihcrclure invulnuble In every An.eilc.io
reader ua the only iiu-h und ihuruiiyh -.nitiila-li.in
il'aii in.iiBU iikahle current liit-rature, iu
ilL-,tnbal,lL- Uiauj-e it riiilirac-s tlir .i i'l.u ln.j.a
Tho Ablest Living Writora,
all biuiicl.e of Literature, Science, Art, and
J P I N 1 O X 3
' 'Sntiply iudiaieiifahle t any one who dcairea
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d.-tiui uncut of aci. nce or lueralnre." liuniun
'A iiiireunil ieritual re e-rvoir and fmir.tain ol
eutrrtainnient and iintrui-tion." Hon. Knliert
C. W iii(1ihii.
" I lie I enl iieilodical in America." Theo lure
I.. I 'uyler, I), it.
"H huauuKpiiil in any Country . ''1'hiladtl
'It r. .rodiice the IjpkI thoiiKhta of the jet
iiunita ui the civilized world, ujioh all toieaof
livinjr intereat. " fhiladrlphia liuiiiirer.
" I he heal of all our ee.leiuic publiuulioiiH. '
Ine Nul-iiu. New lork.
'And thechesiMKt. Amonthlylhutconieeevery
Wis k "1 ho Advance, t hicaxo.
"VV ith it ulone a p-udi-r may f:irly keep iii
with ull thai ia iiniiortant iu the lilvinture, In,,
tory, iioliticji, an 'I acic-nc ol' the day. " 'i'li
MkthodiKt, New Vork.
'' 1 he ablest eaKays. the most entertuininK
atoriea, thelliie.it iolry ol'lhu i-.nj'li.li lauKiiuKe,
are here jrtherd to (rether." illinoia htuUi
'Iiidl.-if-rin.ble to every one who rieairea a
thorouifh ci.iiiiM ndiiiin ol ull liud ia udiiiirahra
noteworthy in U: literary World." lloatuu
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Home." -N(.w irk l iu.e.
i'ul.ll jl.t.l wkkklv kt i.iii a year, free
aTEXTRA OPFUIl FOR; 1877
To all naw euhncrlbera n.r 177, will U aeiit
Kiatia lhe aix uuinljeia of lj. contaiiiinK. Willi
other valuable matter, the Brtt iimlallineuia ol a
new aud powerful aerial story, "'lhe Alai-iuia o
Lo.aie,"by (jKUIKjK MA UuXAI.H. uow ap-iH-ariii
in 'lhe l.iviu Ak lrom adv-nca
Club Prices for for the best Homo
and Foreign Literature.
" foaseagwi of Tub Litimo A anJ one or
etluriif our vivaioua American monthliea, a
auhacriher will Hud himself iu oonimuui o the
Whole altiialion." V hiladelpUia Kv'k Bulletin.
tor $111.60 'I lia 1.1V1NO Ai.a and either one ol
the American 14 Monthliea or (llar)er Weekly
or Hawaii will 1 aenl for a year, boili ijoatpajd
or, lor ia.fio, In Livmu Aui au4 tfcribuW
bl. Nicholaa or Auplelou'a Journal
Addrena i ll TLt X UAY, Boston.