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ifttaivvi ArtiiA nnniku
teUttui (of ,UiU. the Fourth dUtrlct,
fcutmeft the following notice, datfd nt
Mt. Vernon, IMooli, Nor. 2, 1877:
TfeetuMbekOfQie appellate court lor
thli dL,Jct, ooMtotlnr-of J. -Allen,
Dartd J. itaker ami Tanner, held an In
formal seatlbf tare todar, tl exdiun
red vtewtM to the adoption of rnlea tor
tit-' tramactlon - ot the business
ol thle court. U was agreed
that Um tclcrk -ieloc X,a 'suitable
4etifa..ior . teal, and procure the
beeeetary record book, audonary, etc.
It waa alio understood that the rules ot
the supreme court, to tax u they are ap
plicable, aball govern the appellate court.
The rule In reference to abstracts and
briefs will be so amended as to require
the tiling of only flye copies ot cach,;and
It will be left discretionary with the pnr
ties to furnish them either Jiu manuscript
or printed form. . If written, they must
appear neat and legible.
Taa Memphis Appeal says, that vessels
ot jrtras draft should have freo access to
the Mississippi river from the gulf ti a
matter ol Importance to every commer
cial city on the river banks. It Is, there
fore, gratify Ing to know that, beside the
jetties, the Barataria canal company are
taking nie&sares to create another en
trance from the ocean. ' Complete sue
ecu ob their part will be a valuable addl
tloa" to 'our " means of. extending, pom-
meroe. While the canal is retting ready
we .hare, the Jotties, notwithstanding
doubts to the contrary, a demonstrated
nt&jCtfUWexi? i&A 'entrance of large
vessels have proved, and as the following
official statement. 'places beyond contro
versy f' "A .....!
Uxrrep Statrs jEsGixEKn's Ohfice, "1
Tort Eads, La., November 1,1877. J
James B. Eam, Esc-.: '." "
StkOn the thirty-first day oi October
the waa a twenty-loot channel at avur
feUood tide throuRti the bar at South
fasi, and throughout the pass and be
tween toe jetties..;. its least ,wJUtn woe
two hundred aad ten feet. practica
ble channel of twenty-one feet was found.
The Interruption t navigation for a
teasel drawing twentytwo teet was lour
basKlred ana thirty Nfeet in length.
Wherever -found, that Is with the ex
oeption of lb Interruption above noted,
the twenty-twefoot channel was at least
one handled and sixty feet wide. The
space lacking a twenty-two-foot channol
of the lull width of -two hundred Isct is
about eight hundred and fifty feet in
length. Jit Jow tide October 31st these
depths wer. lessened eight-tenths ot a
loot, and at high tide five-tenths of a foot.
On October S4th' a wide channel ot twen-
tv-two and oneiau feet deep was found
at tho head ot South Paes. -1 certify that
ue above is a correct statement taken
from the results ol my latest survey. .
t.i u h-cj a M. It. Urow.v,
- - Cantaln Entrinwrg. II. S. A .
OfBclal. , Furnished by order of the
noo. jworeiary oi war. i - j
THATSTTE HOUSE APNtOl'ltlA-
The following circular Issued by State
Auditor Needles.tegardlng the propo
sed -state house appropriation explains
itself and will be read with Interest:
- i . t - . v State or Illikois,
umcm Acditor-Fcblio Aco'
' . .ftwxormii, Nov. 9. 1877,
; Tours of Jhe 6th. inst. at hamT. You
ask Ultla true that In making the levy
for state tax lor the current year the gov.
ernor and auditor included the whole or
any part of the $531,713 18 appropriation
lor thecompietlon of the state house,
and i whether, - In t view ol
the taet that the people have refused to
ratirysaidappropnation, the amount so
included,"! any, should be collected from
the' tax-payers ,to remain Idle In the
bute Treasury until disposed of by the
next General Assembly.
la answer I first call your attention to
the tact that the officers named have no
thing to do with computing or estlmat
ingthe amount to be raised by taxation.
The Constitution provides that this shall
be done by the General Assembly; hence
the amount to)be raised upon the assess
ment for each year is fixed by statute. -.
The duty of the Governor and Auditor
in connection therewith Is the very sim
ple clerical one of determining what rate
percent, extended against the equalized
valuation of all taxable property ot the
State will produce the amount authorized
to be raised. ,
The question then would be: Did the
Thirtieth General Assemblv lnolude the
whole or any part ol the State House ap
Bropriation in the amount authorized to
oe raisea -npon tne assessment lor tbe
jean ,1877 and 1878? i i
I'he eighteenth section of the fourth
article ot the Constitution makes It oblig
atory nponoach General -Assembly to
provide for all appropriations "neccs
sary for the ordinary and contingent ex
pensea of the Government tintilthe cx
plratiNi of (he. llrt, fiscal quarter alter
the adjournment of the next regular ses
sion., the anrrecate amount nt ' whtnh
shan not exceed tbe amount ot revenue
authorized by law , to bo raised In such
time."- A u.
TWSUrtleth General Assembly, by
aarproved May 23, 1S77, fixed the
asoout to be raised for general and State
purposes as tollows;., ,t; , ,.,,
t0 mnimul lor ISTT.rf .....i,000,OfO
Affngati rr th twoytait ...t3,bw,wu
The appropriation mado at the same
seaatoa payable from said levies, exclud
ing tho contingent; Btete House appro
prlatloa, aggregated $3,524,033.
II woultt -seem," therefore, that the
Assembly did not Include any part ot said
httte House appropriation In the amount
thus authorized to be raised. Kespect-i
fully youn, T. B. Neebivs,
' ." ' Auditor,
. I'. TOE EASTEEN WAK. ,
TliamC. SATTtl AT iBZEBOUM TilK
' ,' votuvn BBrnjiD, '.; ,
WOBD nOU GBAZI' UVKBTAB PASHA,
Loxtxiji, Kof. H.-A' dlBpatcU lrom
rera says Qhazl Mukhtaf Pasha tele
graphs under data of Nov. C that he sUll
hopes to be able to hold Ertcroum.- lie
as plenty of artillery, and munitions
md large ralalowements Vara on their
way tokla.ra' .". -
acssuk'AiAtLT aErtUBD. .
Tha loUowig telegram tu been re-
Eiraociir Kov. VNoon,-At 4
o'eteahthtoatonrtcK the Rnsstans stuck
ad ecrt'td poRltloasat Azlzle. Our
troritfiiilng .with great valor, re
polwa them and pursued thorn four or
five c2aa tVoaa Kraaroum. The Uus.
Unswtre trHaUy deftated Oar trenches
m !UrtvVtit.-.jtr ftflaiL' "
SseVot su lcdi taoetred' here (Con
, iAUnopW)sw that beion this soocess
! uMsomwaas a.rasrputn waa very cnt
it unaDitanta aemanaeu tuat the
tttBOrltkt should capitulate, expected
d n v
mnTorcements tint Having nrrlve.l as
coramiiiilcHtlon with TivIiIahhI wasillttl
THE BATTI E AT ERZLIMXI.
t KNWANTINOI'I.E, Nov. 10. Pctillltvl
reports of yesterday's (Friday's) buttle
neur Krzcroiint nhow that - the rlghtlnjr
lasted eleven liours. Two Itiissliin col
umns attneked the redoubts southeast of
Krzeromn. Ono column succeeded in
occupying a bloek-uouso hut was dislod
ged. 1 liaothor column perceiving the
enormous loss Ol tho former retreated
The Turks pursued them n far ns I icve
Hogun, were driven back from there, nil
lied and drnye the Itussians linefe again to
Dero lfrgiuil .Xlw Jlusslans lost a large
quantity Suf hmus-n,ni) lumnunltloii, Int
wuy m ityv.iineuum, i I '
1 orriCKRS to in: phot.
Several of. Jlukhtnr rirhi' nflicrr3
have been sentenced to be i-li.-t mi i-nwar-
dire In the battle of tho -Mil.
TIIKil.&C.K. U. NOMOItK
TUE ILLINOIS CKXTIIAI. "TAKIIS IT IN"
AN IXI)1'.JITKD.NES8 OF $1,300,000 To TI1K
STATE OK TENNESSEE TO lilt WIl'KD OCT.
The Nashville, Tennessee, American, of
Tuesday lust publishes the lollowlni; nr
tides ol Incorporation ot the "Central
Mississippi Railroad Company," which
It says were registered by tho secretary
ol state for Tennessee on Tuesday, .jih
WiiEitKAS, Under and in pursuance ol
an act ot tliu leglslaturu of the Stato ol
Mississippi, approved February 1. Is77,
entitled "An act to uuthorie pureimseis
of railroads iiadcr toreclostiru ol niort-.
gages to orgaui.o us incorporated com
panies," and under uud iu pursumiee ol
an act of the legislature- of Uio Statu ot
Kentucky, approved March 1, lfcW, einl-
ticu "An act to incorporate tne i)urcnas
ers of railroads," the purchasers of rail
road property aim franchises nereioiore
owned and operated oy a corporation
known as tho Mississippi Omtrul
railroad company, and mterward by
a ' corporation known as tho New
Orleans, St. Louis and Chicago
railroad company, nave agreed to organ
ize as a corporation, uud lor that purpose
have lixed tho amount of capital stock
representing the said property so bought
by them at $372,000, Ulvided into 3.720 I
shares off 100 each; and adopted ns tliu i
name of said company, "Alio Central
Mississippi Railroad Company," uud
have elected a board of directors to the
number ol nine, being the persons whose
names arc appended, and have establish
ed the principal olllcc ot the Central Miss
issippi railroad company in me city i
Now York.' Now, therefore, the under
signed directors ot said corporation, in
pursuance of the acts of tlio legislature
aforesaid, do hereby state and certify:
Jr iret iliat they have adopted us the
name oi said corporation "I'lie Central
Mississippi Railroad Company."
Second mat tney nave nxed Hie
amount of its capknl at 372,000, repre
senting the property bought, and have
divided the same into 3,70 shares of $100
each, full paid, with liberty to increase
Third That tho number of the board
of directors to manage said coruorntion
is nine, and tho firectors thereof lor the
first year, and until their successors arc
elected, arc as follows:
William C. Osborn, residing in New
Stuyvcsant Fish, resiJing in New York
Benjamin F. Ayer, residing In Chicago'
R. 1. Neely, residing in Bolivar, Ten
nessee. James Fentress, residing In Bolivar,
William Alex. Gordon, residimr in
Pike county, Mississippi.
James V. Clarke, residing in i'iko coun
G. W. l'aschall, residing in Fulton,
il. v. Aiurpny, residing in i uiton,
Fourth That tuc road so purchased,
now owned and to bo operated by tho co
operation so formed and designated as
the Central Mississippi railroad corn-
can v. is situated In the States ol Missis
sippi, Teuncsseo and Kentucky, between
tha town of Canton, in the State ol Mis
sissippi, and a point on the Ohio liver
opposito wo cay oi cairo, in me oiaio oi
Fifth That the said railroad, or thee
corporation by which it was constructed,
was or UTinanv. caariercu anu kuowu uy
the name of the Mississippi railroad com
nanv and the Mississippi Central and
Tennessee railroad company.
Sixth That tbe company owning ana
operating it for tho past three years lias
occn known as mo iew uneiia, oi,
Louis and Chicago railroad company, be
ing formed by the consolidation of the
Mew Orleans, iiacasou aim ureac isorm
ern railroad company, a corporation ex
isting under tho laws of the State of
Louisiana and Mississippi, and the Mis
sissippi Central railroad company, a cor
poration existing under the laws of the
States ot Mississippi, Tennessee and
Seventh That the private property of
the individual shareholders ot this cor
poration shall not bo liable tor lho cor
In witness whereof, we have hereunto
set our hands this tilth dayot November,
. . W. IT. OsnoitN, rrcsident.
i B. F. Atkr, ,
.Vjf. J Amu B. Clarke,
W. Alex. Gordon,
R. T. Nkelv,
... JJf )( MURl'HY,
vl G. W. Fasciiam.,
The principal ol the debt oi the Missis
sippi railroad company amounts to $1,
TUK FUTURE HOMF. OF T1IK
A New York telegram says that a Fort
Walsh letter dated November 1st, says
Sitting Bull's future home is to be on the
Deer river. The bloody old warrior and
his band will bo closely watched by the
police, but tho most efficient watch oyer
him will be that of tho Rlack-lcct nnd
Plain Crce Indians, tribes which have no
love lor the Sioux. The Deer river coun
try is lull of buffalo aud small game, with
a good market lor Bklns and furs at tho
Hudson Day company.
The dispatch says: "Three days ago
Sitting Bull ' was told by. Col.
McLcotf Unit he was to hold
himself In readiness to move to his
new quarters; that the queen had through
her servant at Ottawa provided a good
home for him where lie could 11 vo In
peace. Sitting Bull made as eloquent re
ply, saying: "1 came to you in the first
place because I was being hard driven ty
the Americans. They broke their trea
ties with my people, and when I roso up
and fought, hot against them but for our
rights ai , tho first peoplo on this
part1 ol ' the earth, they pursued
me like a dog and would have hung roe
to a tree .They aro not lust Thov
drive us into war and then seek to punish
ns for fighting. That Is not honest.
a. i . ... .
The queen would not do tliut," Alter
thanking tho queen ho said : 'Tell tier
that 1 will be a good man; that my people
will bo good. 1 will take my people to
the Red Deer country. Aud now, I dc
clare belore you that I will not make any
t rouble or annoy you, or givo pain to the
queen. 1 will bo quiet; 1 will never light
on your soil unless to tight for you; then
I will light. ' Placo mo where you like, I
will be at peace In Canada. Hut you are
brave soldiers, and not treaty-breakers,
thieves and murderers. You would think
me a coward, if 1 did not die lighting the
Americans. Therefore, while 1 go to
Red Deer now to live at peace here the
speaker almost shrieked, I will come
back win n my braves are stronr. or if
they will not como with nie, 1 will eomo
alone, nnd fight the Americans until
death. You I lovoand respect; them 1
hate, nnd your queen's soldiers would de
spise me If 1 did not halo them. That is
nil. I um ready to go with you lo the
OUR WASINGTON LETTER.
Tlio Elections Insure a Domo
cratio Majority in tho Senato
Tho Silver Bomonotization Bill
The EcBiimption Act What
Mr. Hayes will do in tho Event
of the Passage of the Repeal
Bill-Senator Vorhoea Cabinot
Changes, Schurz nnd Key Likely
to go Out The Patent Office.
Va-iii.(.T'ix, I). C, Nov. , K7:-The
eleel Ions yrKterday while ensuring beyond
possibility ol ehango n 1 lemoeratic ma
jority in tho United States senate !n 1S70,
and adding 1 'ennyl vania to the Democrat-
column, did not bring so full a meas
ure of success ns many hoped lor. Hut
there have been no losses, and tlio mod
erate gains may ho better In the end than
morn brilliant but substantial ones
In lho forty-third congress the Re
publicans had a larjfe majority,
but In the ii"t ono the Demo
crats had n nvijorlly. of eighty, II that
eighty had" been twenty there i- no doubt
the party would bo better oil to-day.
Slow gains arc sure gams.
SII.VF.n ItKMOMCTIXATION 1H1.L.
Silver men are greatly elated over tho
passage, in the House, ol the silver rc
uionctir.ation. it will be well to remem
ber, however, Unit tlio senate Is yet in
the way and that even after the measure
h:is gone through that conservative body
it iiiHstsUll receive approval at the White
Neither nill it do to forget that the
men who seem to have made Mr. Hayes
clay in their hands on all other subjects
are bitter enemies of remonoti.ation. It
is understood, however, that Senator
Jones believes that Mr. Hayes has re
ceived a revelation on the subject of sil
yer and will promptly approve the bill If
THE KERWiraO.X ACT.
Tho contest now in the Reuse Is on the
bill to repeal tho resumption act, or so
much ot it as fi xe 1S70 as the date ot re
sumption. Tho friends and enemies of
tho bill look for a long contest
It may be said with certain
ty that tho representatives who were
away when the silver bill was voted on
will be in their scats whenever the ques
tion oi resumption is to bo considered.
Without expressing any opinion as to
the merits ol the question, your corres
pondent can say that ho has not the
slightest Idea that the bill of Mr. Ewing,
which simply strikes out the date at
which specie payment shall be resumed,
will become a law. If
Mn. I1AYK3 IS CO.MUITTLD
to anything In such a manner that he
cannot help himself, it Is to resumption
InlS73. It was eay for him uml niem
hers ot his cabinet to give a thousand
colorings to the civil service reform or
der, for that loosely drawn document
was apparently meant to mean
everything or nothing as occasion might
require; but his pledges on the subject of
resumption are so numerous aud so ex
plicit mat no cannot evade them or ex
plain them away.
It is needless to say that tho appoint
ment of lion. D. W. Vorhees as senator
from Indiana givos great satisfaction here,
Iu and out of congress. No Democrat Is
more pupular in Washington.
Your correspondent has rarely alluded
to reports ot
as those which have' been suggested here,
toforc have been in various respects im
probable. There seems to bo more than
tho usual foundation for tho one which
Indicates the early retirement of Secre
taries Soliur. and Key. it comes In such
shape that it seems at least worthy of
So lur, Congress has not oven alluded,
officially, to the
cnv.AT nun in im: i-atent oiticu,
or to any means of restoring tho build
ing, or to tho demonstrated Insecurity ol
all tho pflbllc documents in various dc
partmcut buildings. It was hoped that
early action would be taken on so im
portant a subject.
There seems to be no doubt but an ap
propriation will bo made to ensure our
inn riRia exposition
next year. As usual, some will suggest
an extravagant sum, and others will op
pose an expenditure, but there Is an ex
celleut chance for common sense to como
In and have Its own woy for once. As
we manufacture tho most perfect agrlcul
tural machinery in tho world, nnd many
other tilings lor which there will bo an
enlarged foreign demand whenever their
excellence and cheapness arc generally
known, it would seem that nny reasona
ble sum spent In securing American rep
resentation at tae great International fair
would bo well spent.
From tho fact that less than tho usual
number ol applications for patents havo
keen mado of late, It would seem that In
ventorsnro fearful that the greut Patent
Olllcc fire had Interrupted tho work of
tho ollloe, uud hesitated to forward their
models and papers. Tlio business ol the
office is as promptly attended to us usual
aud thcru is to fay the h at, no greater
(lunger than before (lie destruction ol
models anil papers, in lact there Is less,
owing to the greater care exercised.
B. F. Blake
V ' '
' Dealers ta ''
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Hhadoa, fte.
AUtys on hand, tho n-Irlrati"l llliirnlnatln
Oornwr SUvnnth Street and Watht -ton
The attention of the public is railed
to this great improvement in
Ownsr: ei Hi::;: Mi Give it a Trial.
fall at the
Harness and int Factory,
XO.lltH OMMKItCIAL AYi:..
nnd 'xaniinc and lie convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar over
Hie old style hurd and still' collar now in
use. It is a well-known faetttut every
day largo niimbersof horses are rendered
unfit mi wrvlcn by chiding, caused by
tlio u-u (if timoM stylo collar, and that
by this means many horses are mado to
balk. 'J his now collar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
is tlio liet made. Como and sec them
ntll9 ( 'onmicreial aventH'.lbot of Seventh
St Louis, Mo
CEetaUuhed in 1S59.
XHOS. A.RICE, A.M.L. I. B.,
I no. Alba, a. m...
1. H. HURW00D "
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP: $81 00
"VTOST Complete, Thorouirh anil rractlca
Xta. course ol Miicly in tliu In mil fcUitei
coin-He imliupcnsilile o
i-Ui-y yuiuiK inun em-
ImrUiigou the sea ol life.
For Illustrated Circular,
THUS. A. 111CE, A. M..I,. II.,
BOOTS MHO ES
Coffee, Sugar 6c Syruu,
Goods Delivered Promptly .
" Artist Tailor,"
80- OHIO LEVEE, Cairo, Ills.
Wilnl.KSAI.l-: AMI HETAII.
IM THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Cleae.
Comer 10th street txA Commaicl At.
O. (). PATIER & CO.
V. Hoiasor A Sen,
AuotianrcM nnil Uoaki j In
New & Second-Hand Furniture,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Corner 8th and Commorc'l Ave.
ny Horse Mr
) ' t'fEAH BtfA'fM. ' ft
Evansvlllo, Cairo and Memphis
Paduoah, Shawneetown, Evans
i rille, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and ail way landings.
Tli elrirant lil-Whtcl Mranicr
t Will leave, Cairo .very WEDNESDAY at
o'clock b, in.
TUe fleet ateamer
Has Howard Halter
Ko. I iiokak , ....Clerk
U-avct Cairo every SATIJUrjAS.'
Kar.h boat make done connection at Cairo
With drat-clMM Hteamera for Ht. Lotiia, ili-in-
rihla and New Orleans, aud at Kvanaville witb
ha E.AC. H. It. for all poluM North and taut,
andwitlithe I.oulnvUle Mail flUxunera fo.all
points on tlio Upper Ohio, Riving through re
ceipt on freiKhut and jnutienKM-a to all polnti
Ki.r nrther lufortiiatlon apply to
lMKS IlldUS, J'aaaengeT Agent.
J. M. fHIIXIfS,
Or to O. J. UKAHMBR,
duporintrmlent and Oenoral FnilKht Aireat,
lo-.'1-W-lr. KvanaVTlle Indiana.
(l iTKR CAIKO)
The Steam Kerrylio.'it
Will bo run regularly, leavlne (ircrn-
field's lanUini; nt 7:43. 9 and VI oYlork a.m.;
'2:11(1 and a:W o'clock p.m. diirtug each
On .Sunday she will leave the landing at
8 ami lOoctock a.m. and at 11 .in., and at
4:30 p.m. :
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Suooeaafully Treated wrtti
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
SITCF.PB IMhfl prt r merit, nnd titerMii In tM
Inntnicnt it ( atarrlujl AUi-ctluix. mirr -
matiT nilsor.il-ln inllun--., mi uni- nuUnulKodrurriila
!Kuilr i toport lii ilia rt-i.i-Uy uu-tl. lst
tAroD'lUni(iAr.CrnKiir( (uirii k-wiu;Ii
I ropcriKt j Thn cvldeiu e. In tho ciiue ol untcHl.
Hti-1 tMllmonIiJfrom the moti--tic'(al)lcprnila
Iu all intions i.f life, mm t tig on..lnnro no trill
, i.cTcr, wo umiutl-.iti in,-: ;i-,ioi y (H Jiof nlnr
fiTcd, freely oir;r.-tl, in fnYorol any iintody tl,un
fiat In tlio re cn-tnu of Ilia jwh rlutcre or Sam
onn'IUiifAi.Ctnp. A nriv.ifai.Liloaiilifa.il dt.ee
liot rtpro!!it u tlwoi Rix.th pni l of tho rrooninx-od.
allous Wl.lCll.lra roHiVnlurrrrl hvfrl(-n.lA,nrr...nria
la Ha favor. Pforlo nrvppilili i-.(lril!r.ir-t liint
lirt of the Coitin rvil.iilv admit li-tonix-riorlty on r
nnrmrtliod of cure linn'iriitotln- rogi:lnr ido.Ihm.1
l-roferoion, but aliun tl o i-nlillolty InfWciitnl to u
j ilbll-li(Kl Btiitimimt. II- lire tl o l-tlntonldt In
inr tose9,ioii rer-mrui but a sn.all rut of
thole tyltuiiclil fur Cio re.v..in mentioned. Tho
"llowliia imaollclicil i.-nim- nlal Irmn HRKar
taij., of TColls, t i,ri!0 4t CO.' I:riit. tu
rn o-iuptkgtt Indoncmcr.'.ei' which w aro 1my
Miw.rKa ft VoTTin. WholMle Prcggti-ti,
Tliiston, To .: (m nt'nrci, It.;,voinrwnif!iiH ritti
f-.lt It u ;n-j- li -.-it I t ) i -.il'-rliijr linrnun'y t-
vtlto yoii.hfnluit'ie i.-n-nt -m-tt tl:r,tl IkivoiI".
rlvi-il iroio tlio ij r r Hasp ir o'h I.niriAi, ( rna
1'ohCai-ariih. l'crn.-.r.iil rm j'i v. mi I i.mv.-Ii.
afflicted w.th thuvoi viro'ii-li'in'mo corrnlhlr-k I
liave tried till tlio n-uio.;;. t fn.t I c.umwI lih-l, lmt
it:ioutmuti-i l .1 cr p- nmncnt li-'i.tf.!, Lf.atl'ii'l
tliadlMaso li.id an Ik -1 i,r, fM that I it-.tt
inir-i rriiri or (.!-. lll.-r:.i-ri rMCl.::.rnii(itiiify,.(em
..iuui.ii' ti-niui.n !' 'I. II
Slw-iuent oflIiUni':ol'-.j.t'', tiiilK.titlilieia very
i crtUuloua nliort fpi-citln nr i.'---!rui I of any
kliul,ytl ;lnlii"crVpcuii"n 1 triul tl.la, ami
al once litn'.-mrd t'V it. 'lliu cin.i of clhuatii,
a tlironlc dtauuteof tlio )Iv..t,i;u-1 my niB over 111
May ir'-ventiiiyrMlri)i'ut.ir:il!'jii,li'.t thebeni;.
fit I Oerlvo lrom lUilnllviiMJliit'uno tnrunfihlf,
aw I an hoping tu ! ratiipk-t, ly cuicd. oli at
1j arrive at aive;ioctjMu I-Iik-j.
I If this !itcmr-i.t my cum! can bocf ftnTferrlfH
n those atltlctcd ai t Ii:.ve hem, ru.il enaldo yon to
rlni(thl remedy Into iiioruucnerul ue, ir ei tally
on the Tar-llli- c-Mt (wl.ero It h iiineh no deUj. iui
Hijuct In writing tlila iwlo will ho olitalnod.
Very truly your. UEN'ItY WELLS,
AtsoaA, . v, juao, i m. a ivciis, rwao &Co.
Tarti rr;lcnco cnntilna )rr. Pmrord'a Tmproreil
I.Ji.iliua: 1 uU una full dliurtli m I- r uo tu ill
. .rrlee H.Ui. l'-,r aula by oil Whoeaia and
fctateaand lanadua, Vr tKKH l'OTTfclt. fianwal
Ajeull and Wlioleulo DrLmjInu, llofclou, llua.
'lulu i to roitiiy ti.nt I tav.i tnen tislriff your
roi.i i.vs- AoLi-Aio Ixabtkiib jor LularKtiiutU of
tlio Hi lcc.l bi, d l)i:iil-.., u tliu kunuaeh, and
tiiey navn j-nui um uioi lxlltf tbau any other
IMiieriy 1 i.uioi ver Uk.ul. I would bliftily revooi
rurnil thi-i.i tu ulUiitleiuiglii.u.ll.oelfuiticf alu
. t,. tfcUB.
Tvrc.vr.vn, Ho., .Tnni- V, 1"
Havtriir oeealcator.to n -iwdy f.ir mrairwi
tola In my Bldul tried ene ol yuur Cou.iaa' Vol,
'j AlO 1'i.ahtkli., ui.d l.'i UeMy-fuiir liour Hie I.u
u catuely reinuved. .1. It r-AMillo.
.ir t CKil.ler Hrt Nat, hack.
TVraojtA, JtI!., June I., 1ST.
Colilu' Voltalo Plartpri Rive the ticat nalltfae.
t-oii l.cro uf hii.vlliiu tlit lmt tieun triad lor
I.tii.eoru and UenkLu,! llic Id,, k. Hlraie miA
Iii-itr riiituway. JAMW LtWlri.
l.i.Aj. , lii.., June V; 117T.
Ho ciireful to nl.tuln Couixa' Voltaio I'ua,
Tia, a t .uil.liiatlon of Klee-trlc and Voltaic PlatM
Willi a highly Medieaitd riwiti-r. ai Man In the
Jbova i out. bold h all Wbolwala and IUtU Unf
tltta Ihi-vualiniit llm VnltedHtatM and Uuulu,
ti'.M WLka 4 VjTmi' l''I-iltloi. Kamal
0. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
9m. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
rRC.ALattcntloi U.m to)aiI aatia'.i a.t t
tidies' and Centi',
can Bo Beautiful-
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. 0. D.
Old flats Mado New.
oo. 80, Eighth street.:
Skill 1 Cl'RK CUARA.NTEID.
ni.r . I neacrlb your cbm, and Mtid
DISEASES I "lib it rent. tCnrrmpoml.
iTi u v .J " Van )vai
1510 .Mi, ci qon Siitet, l'lijJelphi,
Ncbr.i:ka Citv No. 2
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
KAndAt ' '
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenuo and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Biichu
BARCLAY BROS., - - CAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood Purifier
To Be Had at
Barclays' Drag Store.
Agency for Dr. Jayne'S i Medicines I
Barclays' Drue Store.
For Holman'o Aguo Fadp
Chiilo and Tovor Hodioinca
At Barclays' Drug Stoii.
THE BEST PLACE TO
muvo uiavAoiig, ouuo jLressmg, ana Dtove FOlUL
California Wine, Port
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One or One Hundred Bottles.
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. "
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking,
Coarse and Fine Combs,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUO STOR
--J IJL . I j , BMJJU
White Lead, White Zinc, Iiinseed OU,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
French, English and American Perfumery
r AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. 4
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials " " '
, AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOHE.
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
All Kinds of Almanacs Bee to All "
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax ' ' tt-;
and Corks for putting up JPTuit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles, "
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Cough Medicines of AU
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STUrit.
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes " "
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cfctb
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
At Barclays' Drug Ciero '
BUY AUGUST FLOWER
i'M-J.. .(- ..1
V" - .J I' 11 I I"
For Medicinal use.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
l u am i J.J1"'.. U-ajjjq i 1 1
Cream Tartar, Soda, tcr
' ; t ffl
Mucilage, Ink, Etc
DRUG STORE. V '1'"l'
and Hair Brushes
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
and all Ague Medicines
BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TORE.
BARCLAY8' DRUG STORE.