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V, tir f theeBAO at County Judge of
Ataapaerr tnrliTi "'"'f November, 1977,
W tit MikO(iM M HOOBM Bwlxn S. Yocum
a Caato, M a ceadraat for the oAn af county
iX&eaf AtaaAaVaoaay. Etectioa SrMTaeaday
iaKj.bar. WT.. "- -
.."".,' c cirk.
Wear, aulkattatd to .imoune Albert Smith Ja.
or Hi ante, at wanty iter oi
oitaiy. JUn-tion, HOvemoer , is..
- W ar awkorUed to announce W. F. Pitcher
caoiUaka tor the ho of Cunty Clerk. klec
tuo, uoa'ay, November Oth, IB",.
-1 UB M taeVepeaAkat eaailidate fur tht one of
COkaAy Ukrrtt, at th lolloa to b held November
aaAaeoaniie faithfully to attend to tli chum
fWilua. ' W. K. HAWKINS.
We are aathariMd M annouoc Henry Planert o
Thab smclact, u a candidate for County Clerk a
to MUu be held November eth,l.
T h Edltorf ttM Cairo Bolutin:
Flea announce that laa as independent candi
Ateattth. Oka af county clerk of Aleiaadee
ceuacy.atlha rectia to 6 held In November
mat. ,4 i'i if ' W- STKWAUr.
W are Mthoritat) to announce Samuel J.
Boam a aandluate Air Uia offlc of County
CfaktthUtioawt14 Noveiuoer tU,
Ii. . . 1
W art autheciaea' 10 announce John P. Hcly as
a caaaiaaM for tha efcee of county clerk at the
ctecaieata fca held Wawmbet flth, 1K77.
I aay aaunoe thai I am a candidate for (he
akaaaf Caaaty Clark of Alexander connly, ay
ieat aa year " at your respective voting
Ucea.aa the Silt) day af November. IS77.
,ieraaaaeotftiUy. .. . CAi-tit 1 OST,
Pot Cut eh 8perlutcndnt.
Wjm ...(tAntied la ana tunc nfrl. P. A. Tav-
U a a aaadidale for re-election to the office of
eeyaty acaaal auaenateudenl, at in ejection ie be
WaaiaaaaWixedtaianeuBce Henry Bloitt a a
rrri -l-t far aaroaar af Akxaader county, at the
ataatlM la e aoldSor. Ma, 177.
We are aaiho-rUed fa aanonoce Richard Flu
oaraM at a aandldai. for Caroner af Alexanuer
Mary. Bleet', Sv. th, 177.
" V' Trajairr.
W aaj autkerlanr to atinoaac Scott ( auble
af Baaiewaad aiaeinot for tba oruoe oi county
Weva amherirrda) aaaauace A
J. Aldan an
a aaaifllrti the tBc of County Treasurer of
Electiea. Tuesday, November
rr cnitj ommlMlonar.
Wa are aWharlrad la announce Tboi. W. Halli
aafaa aaaadldata tar tha efcee of county com
lalniTT - tlfar'i'r wiinty. Election Kovem
Wfta,lPT. At DtTenport,
Iowa, snow full on
Tbb official flcurei show Bishop,
Dtmocitt, tor governor of Ohio, to have
mi)ortty of M.820 over West, Rcpubli-
. Kz-Uatob HaiA bu returneJ to New
l'ork. lie uji be came back to rcsiat
every attempt to make it appear that lie
profited by the Tweed ring t wlndles.
Hon. D. Yf. Vobhkm will probatly be
appointed by Got. Williams to the Uni
ted Statu Senatorial p made vacant by
the death at Senator Morton.
ill TrotlBU TKAOBDT OP BUCHANAN'S
HAUQUBATIOK DAY TBIHTY OK VOItK
NUB VXCTUU OV l'OW01.
i Waahlrifton eorreapondont ol the Chi
eajo Tim; Among the more proml
Deur, w me anonai a late arrivaia are
rieimtor Ben Hut and wife, of Georgia.
They oeeupy the mit ot rooms known a
IM.PmldentUil parlors. It the walls
had toafoes they might dlicourae of peo
ple romtaent in tne past, and, per
hance. tell tales of orlvate lite neTr
luiplcloned. But the tall mantel look
blank nnder Its modern oraments, the
brass : moantlngt of the lender reflect
new laoes,the heavy curtains shut In the
teereta never voiced, and in the room sits
a 'Utile, aarx-eyed, prim woman
aoa a Diue-eyea man, "from away
uown. oowa m ueorgia"i
aan mild as May, velvety, broad-taced
aad nnaasnmlng as a field dandcliom
These rooms wnere Senator Hill Uvea, on
that fatal fourth ot March which wttneas-
Bneoannsn's inauguration, were oc
cuptod by the new president. Twelve
nunnrea guests were crowded in the
'. house. 1b the evenlnar nearly all want
selxed by almllar symptoms of poisoning,
and thirty er mere died. The dead
todies lay In rows in the parlors, the sick
and dying were moaning in the halls; a
gloom hung over the city, and exteided
to distant homes, irom whence had come
guests to witness the Inauguration. The
oase had Jnst previous to this been en
tirely refurnished. It was the grand
hotel of the capital, and built In a style
ot nugnlflcence rare In those times. The
National hotel poisoning is remem
bered with horror by the people, but
many of the younger ones have never
beard of It The attalr was investlnted
and the bouse examined. Ho positive
clue has ever been found. Some said de
leedvs drainage, some poisoned rats in
the walls, some ten the tugr was pol
aoned to ruin the business of the hotel.
It Is generally, 1 think, believed now that
tht poison was mineral nolaon. ami
la the sugar for the reason that persons
not StODPlu at tha hnuae.
tasdruksat the bar, were also seized
by cramps. Doubtless the new presl
dears death was meditated, but Mr.
Aauhanaua MVer touched auirar. nor ate
H la aBTtHlng, so that he almost alone
aronedtlMMrlL Some of thnuhwt.
hJiezclleacy, who escaped, have been
tnawngaaed, and all those whole address
ec tMtoamd alter the lapse of years,
repnea mat uwy did not partako ol
smgar. tvn In coffee. The house was
closed, to plendld turnitare wu sold
at awetloa. Par yean the hotel wu un-
waaoisea, reopie looked at the barret
wla1iweafiaiiililiig aa visitors now pause
belote rotd's theater, where President
Unoobi wa assassinated, strangers
stood la front ot It and related to eaob
other aad taefdeott ot the inexnUrmhia
dth wbleh bad overtaken thirty per.
acuta night. Twenty years ago a
RstJ5!!iN,w Hiahlre. vtslt-
tfeS?., Pl d been afnid toen-
rrrr. we panic . The cen-
. Mm IM notaisl f lMnaa.1 .
Maaa.?r loads ot dirt taken from
th ewur, prcoe hundred -feouMnd
eWlars worfa oi fiatnltare m the
and wotiM cracy by his Mends in
Hist .orery xtm wu mud b
fttfal-ea SOW rooms, where
VByiauu, VI in Tl
M9 ' M3M ot a qnarter of a
OUll WASniNQTON LETTER.
Ih HoUio Commlttoes-A Sur
prise Bills and RoaolutionB
The Senate The Louisiana Son'
atorshlp JMominatioBi and Con
firmationsThe District of Col
umbia An Enormous Dobt
Hayes at Bichraond.
WASHiNaTOX, D. C, Oct. 31, 1S77.
Tlie political events of yesterday were
the announcement ol tlio
by Speaker Randall, und the prcsoutiv
Hon of nearly ono tlioiinnml bills ami
resolutions in tho House. The commit
tees nre in some sense a surprise to all,
but, to most, will be an n"rv"' lo sur
prise. The personal hi' linx- "I Mr.
Rnndiill nro exhibited less limn wus
ttioiifjlit probable in the composition ol
the Important committees, hi1 ho has
evidently done his best to put tho work
ing material of the Uousa where it will
do the most good to tho country. The
chairmanships are on tie whole judicially
distributed, though New England with
live Democratic representatives gets
1 suppose lliat never betore was audi 8
llll.l.S AND RKSOLI'TIOXS
presented in one day. Another oppor
tunity will not bu had for a week, rmd
members seem to have thought tho only
hope ol securing action on their meas
ures at tho extra session would bu In pre
senting them as soon as possible. Among
tho more important ol them was a bill
appropriating money to aid in our rep
resentation of tho 1'arls Exposition next
year, to revivo the Alabama claims
commission; reducing rate ol.
postage to two cents; repealing
TENURE OF 01TICB ACT;
for the removal ol all political (lisabililics;
to simplify existing laws lor collecting
duties on imports; maklns; tho Depart
ment of Agriculturoono ol the Kxeeutivo
Departments; lo repeal tho act providing
for resumption of specie payments; to
make U. S. notes receivable for duties on
imports; nnd one appropriation throe
million dollars for the levees of the Mis
sissippi river. In
nothing was done. The Louisiana stn
atorlal contest, in Committee on Elec
tions, promises to lie very long niul very
Mr. Hayes yesterday sent in lor con
tinuation the name of E. W. btaughton
as minister to Russia, 'ihus, ol the men
who managed his case before the Elec
toral Commission, three arc In high ollioe
by ids assistanee Eyarts, Mat
thews und Staughton. All the
members ol tho Florida Returning
Board have Federal oillee from him, and
also the two managing members Wells
and Anderson, of the Louisiana Return
ing Board. Thus reform marches on in
the civil service. i!y the way, Evarts
received his lormer appointment as At
torney General by reaon of his defenco
of Andrew Johnson in the impeachment
trial, iho senate conhrms irom Uav to
day a few appointments that are cot ob
jectionable to any one, but has cot com
menccd on tho main body ot them.
K0STF.lt AND llAl.E.
Representative Foster of Ohio, says
that he and Halo of Maine, arc the par
ties who caused Republicans to gather
two or three times at the house of .Secre
tary Sherman to agree upon means ol
averting open rupture to tho House.
Tho resolution endorsing the policy of
Hayes was not offered yesterday m the
House, though it was thought sonic
Democrat would oiler it. Many Demo
crats, as well as ull tho Republicans, seem
to wish tho resolution kept back.
THE I'OITI.ATIOX OF THIS D1STKICT
Is about 140,000; its property, at a high
Valuation for assessment purposes, is put
at ninety millions of dollars; its debt,
bonded and floating, is nearly if not ri'iite,
thirty millions. Now York with seven
times our population, a hundred times
our wealth and a thousand times our
trade; has only a debt betwen three nnd
four times as largo as ours. Our debt
was created by Republican appointees of
Grant, and not by men elected to olllcc
wo wish it Inquired Into at tho earliest
possible day by Congress.
This morning Mr.
IIAYES AND 1'AItTY.
started for Richmond, where tu j people
nave prepared to receivo him grandly.
There is to bo an election in Virginia
shortly, but as tlicro are no Republican
candidates in the Held, there Is no one
who remembering Ohio, might object to
the trip. His presence cannot detent a
Republican party where no such party
exists. In the winter he goes to Now
THE 3 C5-100 BOND BILL.
The bill of Senator Wallaea of lv.m.
eylvanyla, to authorize the Issue ot 3 05-
luu tonus ior Bavings investment Is one
ot some lmnortauce. and entitim! n
tavorable consideration. It directs the
Issue ol $100,000,000 bonds, runuing 40
years, and bearing 3 C3-100 per cent, in
terest, payable semi-annually. They are
to be divided Into three equal parts J to
be ot the denomination ol $ 100, 4, ol '$00
and i or $23. They are Intended as safe
Investment for small savings, and arc to
be In small denominations for the con-,
venlcnce of people who may have small
savings to Invest in them. The rate of
interest is fixed at 3 Go-loo tor tho con
venience or calculation. There are 3G6
days In the ordinary vear. so timt th.
rate would be one cent a day on the $100
or $3.63 a year. The bonds are to be
exempt Irom all taxation. This is a very
Important property as it will addd 2 or I
per cent w uieir interest value, making
the interest rato on them 0 to 0 ner cent.
They are to be sold direct to the peoplo
from the various subtreasuries, without
the Intervention ot syndicates or banks,
and are to be purchased with greenbacks
at their quoted value. The greenbacks
rewiveu ior tnem are to bo used In re-i
deeming outstanding 5-20 bonds, which
ucr per win, interest, i ne issue ot the
bonds would not. therefore. Involve an
coniracuon or tne currency, since the
jrceunacas receiveu tor them would be
immediately iggueu ior gold to redeem
the 1-2C bonds with.
It is brobable tha effect nf Uia nun.,...
would be, at first, to withdraw a lar
amount ol deposits from the saving banks
and tho Investment of lliein In the
new honds. Tho lailuro cf so many
savings banks in tho country has created
a deep popular district in them, and has
caused tlto thrifty classes to ask lor some
safer method ior Investment ot their
hoarded earnings. Still, theso moneys,
niter going their round ol circulation,
would dnd their way back into tho banks
at hut, so that tlicro would not bo any de
crease in the aggegato sum ol bank de
posits In the end.
Instead of $100,000,000 there ought to
be $300,000,000 bonds Issued, as u popu
lar loan, nnd as a substitute lu savings
- - -p
DEATH OF SENATOR MORTON.
I'AKTIC'II.AHS OF HIS DEATH 1113 I.AsT
WORDS: "I AM DVlNfi.I AM W0IIN Ol l'
SCENES AND INCTDl'S TS IN I IIK DEATH
Indianapolis, Nov. 1. Senator .Mor
ton died at 5:30 p. in. Tho frequent bul
letins ot to-day render it unnecessary to
recount his suffering ami the mcaure
employed to alleviate then). About
noon Mrs. Morton nnd her sons, by her
request, were left alone Willi the senator
lor about an hour. What passed between
them Is not for us to Inquire. Before
live o'clock it became evident that lie had
entered upon ids
LAST HOl'lt ON KA1MT1.
Ho had rested tho greater portion of the
day in a half-lying and hall-sitting posi
tion. As ho grew woaiter, the support
ing pillows were withdrawn, so that he
lay prono upon the bed. A deep si
lenco now pervaded the room and re
mained unbroken except by an occasional
question to the dying man. nce, when
the senator exclaimed,
"I AM DYINiV'
His sister-in-law, Mrs. Ilolloway, In
quired: "You arc not afraid to die, Oli
verr'' He indicated "no" by shaking his
head. Soon after a similar exclamation,
question and answer passed between him
and Dr. Thompson. At ten minutes
past live o'clock ho exclaimed: ''lam
dying; I am worn out;" nnd theso
WERE HIS I.AKT WORDS.
From this on it was dillleult to discov
er mat lite rcmaincu- on mo doctor s
announcement, "He is going," the gaze
of wife and sons became fixed on the face
of the husband and father, with now and
then a piteous look ot Inquiry towards
the doctor, until his further announce
ment, "It is over. ' J lie widow
CLASl'EI) HER HoNSTO.llLIt
cxflairauu; quietly nut in tones never 10
be forgotten, "My darling boys." Un
friends withdrew, having tliem for a tune,
when they were tenderly led Irom the
TOLI.INU 01 BELLI.
This evening, by direction of the mayor
ol the city, bells have been tolled, lilty-foiir
strokes iudicatinn the dead senator's nge.
The bells will also lie tolled each day at
noon until alter thcluncrat.
TIME SET FOR THE FUNERAL.
The family have decided on .Monday at
onu o'clock as tho time for the funeral
services at Roberts' Tark M. E. church,
and tho interment will take placo at
Crownhill cemetery. Tho services will
bo conducted by Rev. Prof. S. K. Hos-
hour. Mrs. Morton's former pastor, and
the senator's preceptor, agisted by Revs,
.1. B. Cleaver. Henry Day and.!. II. Bay-
liss. The body will lie In state during
Sunday in the corridor ot the Marion
county court-house, now used a? a StAte
hout-e, giving the people ol theSutc an
oi-porimutv to new uie remuns. ior
iKine ucioommodauon upmswl cx.e.urHion
train ill he run on iunuuy tintl jilon
c . ai:h r ii'iN('t..
The InJIaiarxijs L'irbt inlai.try l.ute
tt-tidtred their srvi'r w a guar J of horj-
or. The Montgomery Ouard of Craw
lurdsvillo have also tendered their ser
vices. f ELECTED 10 MAKE AISJiA ViLMl.NT.
The family have requested Hon. E. 15.
Martindale. Hon. .las. A. Wildman, and
ex-Gov. 'onrad Baker to represent them,
and act for them in making all further
A MEtllN'i CALLED.
The mayor has called a meeting of cit
izens in the I'nlted States court-roorn
to-morrow morning at nine o'clock,
when it will be decided to invite the
President and cabinet and governors oi
tho several state'! to attend the funeral.
The members of the bench nnd l'ir ol the
city and state aro nvpicalcd to meet at
two o'clock to-morrow. Reports from
many cities and towns In the state an
nounce the tolling ot bulls.
ETATK Oi l ICES TO RE CLOSED.
Gov. Williams will close the state
olllces on Monday end Mayor Caven t lie
olllees of the city government. They
will jointly request tho citizens to close
their business houses Irom noon to three
o'clock on that day.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
Chicago elevators, as per ollleial re
turns, contain 080,219 bushels of wheat;
4SS,507 bushels of corn; 153,719 bushels
ot oats; 113,731 bushels of rye, and 305,
"383 bushels ot barley, making a grand
total of 1,831,019 bushels, against 2,070,
510 bushels one week ago, and 5,983,907
bushels at this period last year.
Milwaukee warehouses arestored with
509.0.8G bushels ol wheat; 11,828 bushels
of corn; 8,920 bushels ot oats; 22,358 bush
els ot rye, and 209,429 bushels ol barley.
New York and Brooklyn warehouses
contain 059,402 bushels ol wheat, and
2,003,082 bushels ot corn. 1.029.231 bush-
els ol oats, 143,072 bushels ot rye, 331,113
ousneisoi uaney, anu xki.usi uuneisof
Grain in sicht In the States and Canada
October 20, 1877: Wheat. 11,332,104
bushels; corn. 10.439.577 bushels: oa'H.
3,800,909 bushels; rye, 2,022,437 bushels;
oariey, w i,su uusueis.
exports last week from the leading
seaboard ports Include 00,1 HO barrels of
nour, 2,130,013 bushels ot wheat, 602,200
misneis oi corn. HO-lsa bushe s ot rye
110,045 bushels ot barley, 4,051 barrels of
pork, j.ubi.iI'i pounds of lard and j,'J(j1,'
5S0 pounds of bacon.
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
BOOTS s SHOES
air. uiock ucstrcs to call the intention of
tne runno to tne Ixel that lm ha .
ways on hand a lar-e, new and liiHbtoimbie
stock of ready-mailc custom lloota and
enoes -vnicu no will sell at
THE LOWEST -TRICES.
( all on Him At
UEijUaSt, Sit, Vdttoi Ats.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 13J
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIHO
A. B. SAKKOKD, l'resMcnl.
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vic Fr.-ni.leut.
W. IIYaLOP, Seo'T and Treasurer. ,
I'.W. Barclay, has. lULionaii,
V. M. Htocri-lbtd, 1'AUt fen I II,
It. U. CDKNIMOIIAM. II. I'. llALMllW.
J. M. IMlll.LII'H.
INTEREST paid on tlvpusit at Hie rnte of ail
ii-rcviit. iwr annum, Murrl, let ami 8iU'in-
r let. Intcreat lint wilhdmH u is hUUkI iiunie
liutely to the iirim'ipul of tli ili jioiits, tlivruby
rlvinch.-i n',....-,-,! u r.vrti-s.
.,xt ,vxiit)fland Children may
posit Money and no ono
else can draw it.
Open every businegsilny fr)in!fci.m. to 3 p. in,
nj Saliiriiiiy cvoninits fur savinKS iepoaitii only
Mm tl to s o'clock.
W. BTfiLOP. Treaanrer.
City National Bank
W. P, HAI.UIMY, freaiilenl.
IIKNUY L. JIAI.l.lDAY, VlcePrcBt.
A. II. 8FFORl, CdDbiur.
WAITKlt UrMLOi-, Aaa'lCaahier.
JlA.M.. 'lAVI.OH, ,rt. H. ( VMNIM' HAM,
. I.. HaLLIUAV, W. I'. llll.LOAl,
D. Wjl.LlAUrfO!, 8rl-IKN HlllD,
A. li, SAFf MU.
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
a rimi rul Luiik'h;
V. Hogs, President. H
1'. Neff, Viclr-s't. T.
.1. Kcrtli. Ast. ( .
C jrner CommeruUl Ave. and BthStreet
V. r.ro--, i j.t:. W'Ki Klntre, ( 'airo.
I rf1. 1 Jlin. Will NVolt'fc i &:r.
A. husanka. ra. K. 1.. Eiiliniy, 61 I.muS
t. I.iider ( a:p. II. i a ro.
V II . ItrinVman, i. lam.
.1. 1 (. lr:iKn, calnlooia.
A Oraeral Banktac Baalneaa none
rtEi(-hj,f M anil Vo-jirLt ItiV-rt paiJ
ti tjm haviiifrii lH-.;ahnnitn.l. c..l4-c-iioiia nie,
ud aiJ uuoUittat iinimi'Uv uuaidJ vo.
73 OHIO LXVEE,
U'J N.-i'l-.n-l Iink IJ i ! il n j.' , up.Kiairs.
Oldest ;Kth:ihcd A;
Illlnuin, oiid r--pre-'
:lny 10 hclllllTB
165 000 000
R. SMYTH 6c CO.,
Wholcialeltnil Itelail ViH ti-in
Foreign and Domestic
VIi:S OF ALT, KIIS.
No. 60 Ohio Levee.
MESltS..SMYTlI&CO., have constantly a
lnrgu Hluck ol the heat ft-noda in the uoar
ket. anil viveenticRtii attentlnn in th whole.
ale braneh of the hualnesa.
The attention of tho public Is called
to this great Improvement In
Owners of Horses Should Hire it & Trial.
Call at the
Iw ail Collar Ficltr?,
NO. 110 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examliio nnd be convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar over
the old stylo hard and stiff collar now in
use. It is a well-known fact tlut every
day largo numbers of horses are rondered
unfit lor servico by chilling, caused by
tho use of tho old style collar, and that
by this means many horses arc inado to
balk. hi, now collar will obviate nil
THE TURLEY HORSE
'8 het made. Come and hoo them
at 1 IB Commercial avcnuo.foot of Seventh
iiiT m c . Tr f a -ewe aartaaii.,
KmH.J lJX? lrf.ll . eataal Weakaeea,
Jid iV ft""'! k ataake. w,,.iiMy
U , amJ.l.gl Ih. H.Iu.111 K. bool, unit H( M
JJj.Mirv , hit u,, iutml ulfc, i, ,,, i;i,,4 8, J..
! .i "S"1""! lm,iil alih kni mil b.tH, mil w iTi..
uiltlvTf.'l?.J"' I"11""-' " l'U U VJI
iAF',l,K, l4. MA UK IT It
JJ',ta M nml.iii.il wu.t tihy (w uiii. ( Hi.i-
M"--' "HJ inula, nlimuifuiit liifurniiiaj. bv !.. Cim
"""'UliniMtvlJWtliMl, IUUV. rSil fllS U.
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphli
Steam Packet Co.,
paduoah, Shawneetown, Erana
villa, Louisville, CinaLnnati
and all way landings.
Tbe lr Rant altle-wlirpl itranrt-r
ATALTIH B. I'INNINUTOM
t Will Wave Cairo every WKDNKSUAT at
o'clock i. rn.
The fleut tcaiucr
Ren HoWAno.. Maalvr
Et. TiioUAa VWxt
I.ch vm Cairo every 8ATUIIUAY.
Each boat makes close corn-actions at Cairo
Wilh Urat-clai-K eUiaiuera for bt. Louia, Uem
phia and New Orleaua, and at Kvanavllle with
Ibe E. A C. It. K for all poinU North and East,
andwiththe i.ouiavUle alail fitaanwra fot.au
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
iwltita on frtighla and paiacngera to all points
Fur urther Information apply to
J AMES liltiU'i, Paaeenger Agent.
HAIXIDAY UKOS., .,.,.
J. M.1HIXUP8, JtS.
Or to . J. UKAMMEB,
Superintendent and General Freight Agent,
1H-.1-VU-1V- a.vanavnie inmana.
The Steam ferryboat
Will be run regularly, leavlne G reta
iled', landiruc at 7:45, 9 and li o'clock a.m.;
m ana f.-M o'clock p.m. aunnir each
mi Monday sue will leave the landing at
k and lOoclock a.m. and at lsin., tad at
THE EYE. EAR and THROAT
BuocMttully TreattJd with
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE,
SrCCKPfl I. the teat of merit, find me eel H tha
treatment of Catarrhal AU'-ctlon., elter o
many oilaeralile f allnrea, mean, undoabted (perlna
rurttlve properUra In the remedy uwil. Hum
tiIoiD' IUDIOiL Ci'Ka for Catarrh voewie auch
propertle. ? The evldenee, In the .hope of onKil.
elt.dte.Umonlala from the lnoetreapertablepeixih
In all atatlnna or life, mtut ho coneln.iv on t&l
point. Never, we heltov-..ln the hl.tory of popular
medicine, bu each valuable tei-tlmony been of
fered, freely offered. In faror or any remedy than
tnat In the poiwrMon of the proprietor or Bul-loaD'.lUDiCALCl-M.
And raluablea.lt la, It doea
not repreeent a thooaaadth part of the recommend
ation, which are to-day offered by friend, to friend
In Itefevor. Peoplocrwealthanilrpfineinectlnall
part of tbe country rtijly admit Ita.uperlorlty over
any method of euro known to tbe regular medical
profewlon, but .linn urn putillrlty incidental to a
rublUhcd atateaeiit. Hence th teatimonlala In
car poue.tion represent bet a .mall part or
tlioaa wnhh.ld for tho return roenuonad. Th
r.llnwlna nwollcltcd ttimonlal from Rrvav
Him, Eat)., of Wrlrt. rargo Co.t Crpm, I
an ouupgku lndoraementof vldcawsarei-atiy
tarrm. W-mti ft porr i. Wholetale Tn-frirt.ti,
Poii-m, Martj ttu1litr.m, I liaveforaoineBi'iiitM
Ml It a duty that I cw to ectterlng humanity lo
write voi.naiu, Uiaareat ucauht thatl hav de-r-.v.i
Irom the u-e i f Kroai'a Radical Cria
r l ( ata.iil Fiirr.ioro than ISO yeara I hart been
lited with thl v.ry tronhlef om cnmp)b.L I
ii.Tt irjea .11 it, reisejie mat leww snu, em
tririiat nuterlal rr rrrr.a.-'eiit benefit. Lett fail
t'ledlaeaae hid arrived at that aula that I mart
r-.rf ruiercr cin. 1 no entire memLranoa..y.iem
Lad become m tLflAaed. and th atoniach ao dlaor-(.-.rti,
that 11 waa a douiitful eiatter whether I
re aid go to the faelflceoaet.orlf I did go whether
I ilioold live to come t&ckortict. I aaw an adver.
tlMmi-nt of thl. indicia". 01. d u.thouKli being very
Ir.creduloos about .x.'elili cr rioMruin of an
kind, yet In deer derjierailon I trl d thle, and waa
at once benefited by It. The ehangea of climate,
a chronic dUeaaeof th llver.and tnyaga over 70
u.y prevent my entire rcnturullou, but the bene
fit I derive Irom It dally u 1. 10 tne (nrahKinli-,
and 1 em hoplrg to he comidetcly cured, abU at
IM arrlv at a reepeetublaeld ai(e.
If tM. .tatemont of my cat cau be of arryatrvlca
to thoae effilcted aa I Imve been, and enable you to
t ring lb la reicedy Into more general uae, eeneclally
tn tbe Pacific comt (where lilt much neededi,ruj
tiiJcct In writing thl. note will be obtained.
Very trulv your. IlLNKV WELLS,
Kirn package eorrtatna ur. Banfard's Improved
Inh.Uiig 'lub, and full direction. f"r w in all
run. Price 1 1 ah. Por aale by all Wholeaale aut
Retail Ilrugkitu and Dealer thronghoatlbel'alt
Hate. end Cauadae. W KKKft I'OTTkll. O.aaial
Agenu ud Wholeaola lmigglat, Boalou, Tlata.
Till. I. o certify that I hav been n.lng your
Colmk." Volt a to 1latei for knlargernent of
the Snleen ami Ueiireatloa In th Hluwwh, ana
they have g.ven rue more reUef than any other
remedy 1 have ever n.ed. I would highly reconv
3. W. fiEU.8.
ricnirxo, Uo., June 28. lfT7.
Ilavlng oecalon tonm anmni'.y f"r trtrimrr
patn In my aide 1 tried cnu or your Colli.' Voi
T.10 PL.aTiaa, and In iwcuty four hour, the uaia
WM entirely reinovml. J. B S A MM IK,
A t Cn.hler Unt hat. Bank.
WntogA, Misn., June 19, in;.
Collin." Voltaic Planter, glvn the heat .atl.fae
tlon Imra of anyihlng tint ha been tried for
l.iiotiieee and cakucn gf the Hack. Pleme .end
more right away. JAMiS LEWi.1).
liKvaSf , lu... June if. vni.
Price, ttH Cents.
11 careful to obtain Crituxa' Voltaio Ptia,
T, a conihlnatlon of Electric and Voltaic Platee.
with a highly Medicated Platter, aa men la th
above cut. Hold by all Whuleeale end Detail Drng.
avlata thrniighout the ITnlted Stale, and Canada.,
aadby Wi.En.b A rOTTEK, rruprlaturt, Bomob,
WHOLESALE AND 11ETA1L.
IN THE CITY.
Oooda Bold Vary Olaaa.
Corner 10th atrest and Oemmerol Ave,
0. 0. PATTER & OQ.
uti., lb. jam ui Mkm lk , J
.wi.lmui, lima ia r,..t
T.,wU .in an. b. tut, m
Nebraska Citv Ho. 2
SI D O .'ir'QI ytp. 'I..; 1 a
mm m mm
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SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio yee,
1 And At ' J ' 1 ' 1 ' ' ' "
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTABr
Waahington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Biichu
Sold By ,
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at . , ,
Barclays' Drug Store.
Agency for Dr. Jayne's 7Hedidnea S
'. BarclayB' DnijjCtoro;
For Holman'a Aguo Pad
Go To' ' ?rrv
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOTtE.
Chillo and Fovor Modioinca
At Barclays' Drug Stort.
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
California Wine, Port and Angelica, '. y-
For Medicinal use,'
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. '
If you want Boschee's
One or One Hundred Bottles,'
60 TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc
AT BARCLAYS DRUG STORE.
Shoe Blacking, Stove
Paint Brushes, Varnish
Coarse and Fine Comhs.
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed OIL
Turpentine and All Color
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
French, English and American Perfumery
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax
and Corks for putting up milt
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen :
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 3JORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, "' r
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE;
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Cough Medicines of All Kinds '
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paper Bags, Wrapping
TIasII.. T1...A. 9 M
f oaiiuwr uusiers ana uounier urusnes 1 ' 1 -
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOr.E.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber GistH
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORS. '
,f HAJ1 n " 4m . M
BUY AUGUST IX0T7E3
il l. -HJAJT5
Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
DRUG STORE. "
and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Free to All "
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and all Ague Medicines
Paper and Twine
1 ... :
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BaDCI IVfll I1BIM ftrit .. .
unnvwim ainwu ? 1 vi. -
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l-'.TJk. ct ,
At Barclays' Htvlq CfexQ