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Tuerat0t oyer the will ot the Ute
'-(mnodort VenderbUt If uit bow ex
dtlni all New York.
YsWrelof Hon. YV. F. Coolboujch
took pleee In Chicago yesterday. The
jall bearcre were from tmon the mot
prominent men tn the city.
tiADi.NO piiUlcaal at TvuhlnKton
' on trying to bring about a reconcllla-
Uon between the president and Senator
'Conkllnf. The president, it is said, Is
vininv to meet Conkllnir half way, but
Conkllnj wlU not be reconciled unless
the president back clear down rrom me
position he has taken with reference to
Jar Hew York appointments. This,
rnntrHnff'i friends sav. Is the only buis
I on which he will sire Usyos admlnlstra-
. tioe. hia support. It Is not probably any
thin" win come of the movement.
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Tb following amendment to the Fed
era! eonatltution was offered in the Unl-
ted States genate on Thursday by Senator
' . A tribunal for the decision of all con
tested Issues trluinj In Uie choice of Elec
tors of President and Vice-President
nail be appointed in each Bute In the
. loUowlng manner Not less than twelre
months prior to the time fixed bj law
lor choice of Electors, the Governor of
. each State shall, by and with the advice
and consent of the Senate of the State,
appoint not less than flvo persons learn
ed in law and otherwise duly
.quaUHed, to whom shall be referred,
' in inch manner aa the Legislature of the
State shall direct; ail eases ot contested
' elections arrang in rricraiuc w cihhii
of the President and Vice President. The
tribunal so constituted shall bear and de-
- termtne every such contest, and certify
- at leut thirty days before the day on
which electors anall be called upon to
five their votes their decisions therein to
the proper returning ofticer or oflloers ol
- the State, and also transmit an authentic
j cated copy toereot to the President ot
: the Senate. The term of office of said
" tribunal shall expire upon the day fixed
. by law for the oath ot office to be taken
by the President and Vice President of
- the United States lor the term ensuing
' alter their appointment. .
! . , ' GENERAL NEWS NOTES.
' The coal shaft at Pontlac, which has
been closed lor two years and a half, has
' been reopened. . ;
. Aa interesting rcliffinus revival is
now In progress at Jersey vllle, In which
the Presbyterian, Baptist and Methodist
churches are uulted.
A dispatch from Rio Janeiro states
that the Argentine torpedo ship Fulmin.
ate exploded in the harbor of Buenos
Aires, killing eleven persons.
James Crow was scalded to death, at
Louisville, Ky., 12th. A tank full of hot
lard, about which he was at work, was
. accidentally discharged upon him.
" tn the United Stales district court, at
Cheyenne, on the 14th. Tom Rines, one
ot the recently eaptured road agents, was
, found guilty and sentenced to fourteen
years In the penitentiary.
;'orted to be in a bad way. There are
i $42,000 of bills payable outstanding, and
' money must be borrowed during the cur
. rent year for routine expenses.
, One hundred patients wcro removed
from the Iusane Asylum, at Jacksonville,
a lew days since, to the Institution at An
u, on account ol the crowded condition
of the Institution at Jacksonville.
On the 11th, a four hundred pound
v 'coal bucket tell one hundred and thirty
fcet upon John Pound, in the .Sterling
ore bed, nerr Antwerp, Jefferson county,
. , V. X:, and crushed him to jelly. 'r
i , Jixs. Ella Henderson, ot Flint, Mich,,
for roaay years a slave to the habit of
morphine taking, died on the 13th very
( Suddenly. An inquest showed that the
drank flye ounces of laudanum on Sun
.;' Dr. J, Y. Folk, manager of the street
- railway at Joliet, had the small bones of
his teg broken, on the HUi, by a horse
whleh be was riding eatchlog his loot in
, the car track and falling with the doc
tor's limb under him.
- The Incendiary, John Duncan, who
set fire to Wright Bros' drug store, at
Franklin, atorgan county, on the 10th,
was so badly burned by the explosion of
powder and coal oil that he may not re
cover and meet Just punishment at the
hands of the law.
Robert L. Case, president ot the Btcur
7 ity Life and Annuity Insurance com-
piny, was convicted at New York, on
the 14th, of perjury, In swearing to the
''. annual statement ot the company for
1875, and was remanded for sentence. '
Tramps now band togother and
watch farm houses, la. Michigan, and If
the family come to town the bouse is
cleared of everything which can be car
ried away. . No matter bow many are
arrested, other come and tako their pla-
Vet. Weston, a brutal acd repulsive
wpv, ivnMiTe years oi sgc.ana ilmlrt
Carreon, a beautllul white girl of elghs
. teen, were convicted, In the circuit court,
- sou, juco., vu usv ioui, OI leWU
v and lascivious cohabitation, and both
I were retain led to Jail for sentence. Hiss
Caaaroa bad a yellow child of Weston's
la court during thetriaL
On the 13th a Are broke out in the
Blue Mountains, new Reading, Pa., and
the lire is raging flereely. Tbererenow
over .five hundred acres of good wood
"J land leatroyed, and fears are apprehend
. ad thai the fire may reaeh the small town
of Oasaburg. it la supposed the moun--
tela were And by tramps. The eoun
' try Is mneh tswleetet) by tramps commit
tafUkiB4aof pepredaUou, especially
'AmTtbnm- The loss by the Are
M nr will reaeh many tbousania of dol
r i iUDOX BLACk'S REPLY.
; - Jere Clack's rejoinder to the but paper
of Mr. E. W. Stougbton on the Eleotorai
Commitiioo fraud Is a scorcher. No won-
dor the expectation of such a scathing
answer sucffested to tlie friend ol Mr
Hayes the propriety of getting out of the
country as soon as practicable..
The Judire couirueuts on the 8 to
frand with all his accustomed vigor of
language, and the unanswerable force of
his statements, as well as bis biting sa
tire, cuts the finishing touch on poor
Stougbton, who, doubtless, leels sorry
that he ever provoked the controversy.
It is bard to defend fraud without em
ploying the weapons of deceit and false
hood, which Stoughton has so liberally
used In his North American article, and
for doing which Judge Black lashes him
unmercifully. A sample ot the Judge's
article may be seen in his enm n-uts on
THE LOUISIANA CASK.
The great iundamcntal fact which un
derlies all others In regard to Louisiana
Is that tlio state of her qualified voters
ohoose and appointed the Tililon doctors
In due and legal form. This Is proved
by evidence clear and decisive enough to
strike all contradiction dumb.
In less than two days alter the election
ft was known all over the country that in
Louisiana there had beon a lull poll and
a heavy majority lor Tllden. Very soon
afterward the official count made and te
corded in the several parishes by Repub
lican officers of the election were brought
together, and the exact vote of each can
didate was ascertained. The figures
conld not be made to lie, and all parties
agreed that ttwiusjority lor the Tllden
electors averaged nearly. 8,000
Saw, renicuibtr, this was a public act
not done in a corner, but transacted in
the lace ot tho world; and the uncon
tradlcted report of it, carried perfect con-
lurfLtkn olnnor with it. I'DOn eVllleilOe
siftMakimithA most Inmorant facts in
the history ot tho universe was accepted
as true in all parts oi uie earm imiutiii
ately after it happened, and lor more than
eighteen centuries the most powcrlul
minds in Christendom have staked upon
It their nlguesi interest in im worm
and their salvation in the next. But
there was other evidence. Committees
of Congress were sent down, charged
with the special duty of inquiring into
the matter on the ground, and they re
ported the truo result of the election to
be as previously stated, that Is to wy,
7,859 majority for 'J ilden. Even that
is not all. The original documents
and records showing what the vote was,
as actually counted by the Republican
commissioners oi ciecuon, auiuenucuiuu
by their sworn ceruucaies anu venue j ny
fhanaiin nt mnnv credible norons. wore
produced before congress and the elec
toral commission. Thsre were conclusive
proofs; they were submitted to your in
spection, and If you do not know lrom
them that a large majority of the people
... . . . i . rmi.i i i
at tbat election voieu ior inueu electors
and the Democratic state officers, you are
wholly unni ior your Duainess. mil you
do know it. and can not deny it with
out totally destroying your cnaraccer ior
nnimm vnranltv. Forced hv tlin irr-.
sistable strength of the proofs you admit,
or (to use your own words) assume that
the majority tor uie l uuen electors was
7.C59. So therefore, that is settled.
There is another point ot tact that is
slso established. The majority tor the
Tllden Electors was made up by the
niu nf laowllv niidlitlftd citizens. I do
not say this merely because the reception
01 tbft votes Dy toe proper election oiucera
wastr an adjudication in favor of the
vnter'a rlifhr. but lor the further reason
that the election at all the polling places
. i i . i . . i.
was in tue nanus anu uuuer uie compieie
control ot the opposing party, who
vniilil pj'.rtiilnlv not nprmit anv L)emo-
ontln vntA tn on in ll thnv cniilrt lnimliv
keep it out, Besides, tho House Com
uluee, when they went to Louisiana
mtu " """" . r .w"" anil. n-
pers, eould not lind anybody-
carpet-bagger or custom Jiouse
officer hardly enough to assert that the
Democrats had polled illegal votes. You
have not denied, and I suppose will not,
that the majority of 7,059, which you ad
mit was cast for the Tllden Electors, was
cast by properly qualified citizens.
Anothcr,thl: The election was f roe and
peaceable. Tho officers reported no dis
turbance. Every polling place was man
ned by policemen, deputy marshals and
soldiers in tho Interest of the carpels
baggers, and all of them testify that there
was no violence of any kind which called
lor their interference. The same Is true
with regard to the registration. Tbat
there could have been no force or intimi
dation at other places or times, which
kept poople away from the election, is
proved by Uie large number that came.
The vote was the heavlsst ever polled tn
the state, and larger In proportion to the
whnln nnntilatlnn. a acccrtuilieil hv the
census, than In most of the states whero
an tne exertions oi Dotn parties were
used to bring out their last man.
The necessary result briefly stated, of
all the tacts known and proved Is this,
that the poople of Loulslaua, hiving the
undoubted power to choose their own
electors, did regularly, duly and legally
annilnt. Mi Tllrlon ranillilntci nnnn ft full
poll, at a free election and by a large ma
jority; and the persons thus duly appoint
ed oy toe peopie were exclusively capa
ble of casting the presidential vote ot the
state, it followed, as the day follows
the night, tbat the count of the eight
electoral votes from Louisiana for Hayes
was a false count.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Appolntments-The Army Appro
priation The Silver and the Re
sumption Repeal Bills-The Dii-
inot or uoxurneia.
COLLECTOR AT NEW ORLEANS.
. Washington, D. C, Nov. 10, 1S77:
A Mr. Lawrence was yesterday made
Collector of Customs at New Orleans.
It Is the general understanding that his
appointment, though not what was dc
sired by Wells and Anderson ol the lie
turning Board, is accompanied by as
surance from Mr. Hayes and prominent
Louisiana conservatives which will go
tar to assuage tho grief ot those cniiueut
vote counters. While both
WELLS AM) ANDEMSO.V
swung bttweon high political preferment
on one side and the penitentiary on the
other, it was to be expected that they
would be urgent and determined In their
efforta lor offices. Bat when assured of
personal security It is thought their dis
appointment In the iray ol office will be
A similar compromise Is undor way lu
relation to the Indicted and convicted
scoundrels of South Carolina. All such
trades are tgalnsgpubUe morality, and It
Is not clear that our conservative friends
in the two Btates wlU secure any material
advantages In return, But It Is a matter
wholly within their control.
taa a anv ArraopRunoN.
Pending final aotion OH thu sirmv an.
proprlaUoa bill tho Texas members of
both bouses are determined timt ihii
knowledge ol the Mexissn border
troubles shall bo lurnlshed. Yesterday
Senator Maxey of that State wad. .
tended remarks on the subject. He Is
for vigorous measures. He saya the Cen
tral Government ot Mexico Is unable,
eyen If willing, to prevent Incurslous o
Mexicans Into Texas, and that it Is not
practicable to use Texas volunteers to re
pel them. He admits no aggressions by
adventurers lrom United States soil, and
for this reason the truth being notorious
ly the other way his arguments did not
have the effect they would otherwise
have had. It Is likely though that the
senate will Insist on keeping the army at
NOT THIS SE6S10X.
It Is certain now as anything can be
that neither the silver rmnonetization
bill nor the bill to repeal the resumption
act can pais at this extra session. All
that will be accomplished, from present
appearances, is the business mentioned
In the message sent to congress by Mr.
Hayes, viz: The voting ot an appropria
tion lor the army, a deficiency tor the
navy, and a sum ol money to secure rep
resentation at the Paris Exposition ol
1S7S. Other subject musts wait for the
regular session commencing Dec. 3d.
The event of yesterdiys discussion on
Resumption, in the house, was a sharp
attack by Mr. Felton, ol (leorgla, upon
bankers and capitalists who demand re
sumption, and a vigorous reply by Mr.
Chittenden, of New York. Mr. Kelton
had the sympathy of the ,hmie and ac
quitted himself well.
the D. c.
There is a probability that this district
will receive attention at the hands of the
present congress. The extent of the feel
ing here on the snlject is told by the tact
that six justices of the Uunited States
Supreme Court have signed a petition on
the subject, and all the judges ot our lo
cal courts, and nearly all our cltient.
Large petitions have also been received
from remote places. Officers appointed
by Gen. Grant, and over whom the dis
trict had no coutrol, placed a debt ol
from fifteen to twenty millions upon us,
besides what we legitimately owed, and
lett the district In worse financial condi
tion than any other community of civil-,
lized persons ever was. McKay.
Tli Wlieat t)f Precaution.
Of precautions, the wisest Is that which
Is tuken against disease. There is safety
in timely medication; great peril in delay.
One malady often begets others far more
dangerous, and if it does not, any abnor
mal condition has a tendency, if unremeN
died, to becomo cbronio and obstinate.
Trilling disorders of the stomach, liver,
bowels or urinary organs may speedily
develop into formidable maladies. Check
them at the outset with Hostettcr's Stom
ach Bitters, which, although It Is won
derfully effective in overcoming disorders
of long standing, is, like any other med
icinal preparation, more advantageous in
the Infancy of tho maladies to which it is
adapted than niter they have becomo
chronic. Among these are dyspepsia,
liver complaint, constipation, intermit
tent and remittent fevers, gout, rheumnt
ism, nervous and general debility, and
urinary troubles. The Bitters arc a cap
ital appetizer, induce sound repose, and
uouiiu:racC tut) vutxta ui tauguv una rx.t
S Fall h re Known.
Tnere is no case on recoru wiiern Dr.
Morris' Sytup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
Ilorehound has tailed to give satisfaction
On the other hand, whenever It has been
used by our people, In severe colds
coughs, asthma, bronchitis, croup
whooping-cough and consumption, they
are enthusiastic In Its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, it
does not constipate, and Is safe to admin
ister In all conditions of health. This Is
an Important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial size,
10 cents; large sizes, CO cents and One
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Prof. Parkt-r'srieasant
Worm Syrup, which is sure death to
worms. Pleasant to take and requires no
physic. Price 25 cents. Try It.
lleiw is U Dona.
The first object In life with the AmcrU
can people Is to "get rich;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
oan be obtained by energy, honesty and
saying; the second, (good health), by us
lng Qreen's August Flower. Should you
bo a despondent sufferer from any of the
efleots of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint;
Indigestion, Ac, such as Sick Headache,
Palpitation ol the Heart, Sour Stomach
Ilabitual Costiveness, Dizziness of tbe
Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits
Ac, you need not sutler another day,
Two doses of August Flower will relieye
you at once. Sample bottles 10 cents,
Regular size 75 cents. Positively sold by
all first-class Druggists In the U. S.
Too Cm Save .
Money by getting your buildin g materia
ol Lancaster & Rice, They are selling turn
her at mill prices; a large amount of white
pine and cypress shingles ol the best bran
constantly on hand. We sell pins sh In
glus at $1.75 per thousand; sawed cedar
posts at at 25 cents each; white pine floor
ing at $22.50 per thousand; pine siding
at f 15.00 per thousand. Try your luck
witn this firm, tt.
COME AND SEE ME !
I am now oflerlng my entire
Far lb Next Thirty Daa
At I intiHdte'guit Ihe Jtiinr,
PARTIES IN SEARCH OF. BAR-
, UAINS SHOULD XOT FAIL TO
OIVR HE A CALL,
I W ALD E R,
Cor. 0th Btrest and Ohio Levee.
State of Illinois, County or Alexander.
Circuit Court of AI1 Uounty, J.iuulry
Term, A. I). lt-7
tieorge Wn vi. Mary Xolte, Anna Nolle, Ma
Molt and A inline Nolle llill to lnrtclo.e
mortgage In chancery.
Affidavit of the non-retldoaot of Mary Nolle,
Anna Nolle, Ida Nolle and Anutine Nolle, the de
fendants above named, htving been tied In (ha
office of the Clerk ut'iaid Circuit Court of Alexin
der County. Dotice ii hereby given to the said orm
reaidrntdeieildania.liuU Uie complainant filed hie
bill af coiuuUint in iJ Court on the Chancery
ide thereof on the ?th day of October, A. !)
177, and that a ummoni thereupon inueil out of
aid Court againat iitid defeudanu, returnable on
the fint MonLy of January, A. U. IHi,aa is by
law required. KovT, therefore, unleds you, the laid
Mary Nolle, Anna Xolte, Ida Nolle and Armtine
Nolle ahall penoaally be and appear before the taid
Circuit Court of Alexander County, on Uie Cm day
of the next Term thereof. t be holdcn at the Court
house in Uie city ot Cairo, in said county, on the
tint Monday of January, A. 1). la"', sLd plead,
answer or demur 10 the Slid complainant's bill of
complaint, the same, and ibe matters therein
charged and stated, will be tulieii at conf-ssed, and
decree entered against you according to Uie
prayer of said bllU
.T011S A. HKEVE, Clerk.
GKonoi FinHKH, Complainant's Solicitor,
October 1, If t W,n' ! )
ike is hereby ijiven that by virtue of a certain
norteage, dated the twenty-eighth day of lie
er, A. U. 1H74. enwited by Jacob I,. Lynch
remW. A. 11
and Alary A. lynch, his wile, grantors, In Jackson
i rick, grantee, to secure tne paymeni in a certain
firomissory note (or the sum ol twelve hundred dol
an of that die. payable twelve months after
date, with ten per cent, interest per annum, tie
fault having been made in ihe payment of said note,
and there being now due thereon four hundred and
eventy-four dollars and seventy erntt, will, on
Wednesday, the twenty-fust day of Noveinlier, A.
I). 177, at the hour of two o'clock p. tn. nf sail
day, at the front V"r of the Court-house,
in the city of Cairo, In the county
of Alevaniler, and Mate of Illinois, sell the pre
mies lu ami by said sale mortgage conveyed
and niorlxaifed, described as follows to-wil :
Lots numbered lour () and live (') in block,
numbered siaty-eurbt () In the city of Cairo,
Inilieoolioiy of Alexander, and Slate at Illinois,
loaettirr with all tneestsie.rmbt, title and liner-
est of said grantors therein IholtulinK Uie right
and equity of redemption of said Kraiitora, at
jubilo vendue, to tne iiigneat utmir tor cam in
und. In order to nuko the amount now due uu-
on said note ami the Interest tbat shall anerue
until the day ol sale and ihe coats and charges of
IhiaprooeeiiiOK- JACKSON I-Klch,
UCI. I", t-w .'loriKSiree.
Public Notice la hereby given tbat by vir
tue of the power tciven me in two deed of
trust, executed, acknowledged and deliv
ered by John Uevlne to the undersigned,
ling u csiiaiiau, me ursi uaieu .May 1st,
1875, given to secure the payment of
promissory note of said John lievine, of
even date therewith, for the sum of two
hundred and twelve uollars, payable six
month after date, and recorded In the re
corders office or Alexander county, tn
book at page 148; and the second dated
March 22d, 18.0, given to secure the pay
ment of another note of said John Pevine,
of even date therewith, for tbe turn ol two
bundled dollars, payable one dav afterdate,
with interest at ten per cent, per annum
from date, and recorded in the said record-
ert office, in hook fl, at page 32!); and upon
which said notes there is now due the nura
of (4i;!U2, 1 will, on tbe noth day ot Novem
ber. 1H77, at me nour oi i i o-ciock a. m. oi
said dy, at the front door ot the court-house
in the city of Cairo, county ot Alexander
and state ot Illinois, sell at public auction,
to the highest biddor for cash, the following
described low oi grounu, neing me same
described in and conveyed Dy each oi said
deeds of trust, to-wlt : Lots twenty-three
(i'l) and twenty-four (24), in block titty-two
(!i2), in tbe said eity of Cairo, county of
Alexander and state of Illinois, together
with all the rii'tit and equity of redemption
of tbe said John Devine in and to taid
premises. The purchaser will be entitled
to a deed and Immediate possession of tbe
premises. Dated October 2!)th, 187?.
IlLUll SJAL.LiAnA.iX, irUSlCB.
bAMi'KL P. Whkklkr, Atty lor Trustee.
State of Illinois, County or Alexander.
Circuit court of AU'KBiidvr county, January
UrbalneJ. tonnlenne vs. Marx K. Lonlilyinc
Tlill for Dlvnrne In Chanoerr.
AUiuavIt Of the non-rttiilence of Mary E. Lon
hlenne, the defendant above named, Iiuvhik
been tiled in the oOira f Uie clerk of sunt
oourtol Alexander county, notice is liereliy
li I veil to tlie ftuld non-rcBiileot dvfemlant,
that tlie comiilairusnt Med his liill of com.
i.i-. i- '-i -i-t ua the clmncrTt- side thereol
on the Kith day ol October, a. u. 1h77, and that a
summons thcruiipon iasued out of said court
sjrainut said dett-mluhts, returnable on the
Hint juouuny In tuemunui of 'unuury, a. u
lfc-w lid ia l.tr I...V XI..... .kw..'..
..-fm aw 'J .m luiciuir.
unless you, the suid alury K. Louhienne, sball
personally be and appear before the said circuit
court of Alexander comity on the II ret day of
the next term thereef, to be holdcn at the court
house In the city of Cairo, in aaid county on the
ursi mummy iu tne nioniu oi .lanuury, a. l
lb78, and plead, answer or demur to said bill ol
complaint, the lams snd tbe muttrrs and tuiiiK"
therein set forth, will be taken as conlessed. and
a decree entered aKuiuui you according to the
prayer oi earn uiu.
JOHN A. REEVE, Clerk.
W. C. Mitlkey. ( oinplaluant's Soltcitor.
Cairo, Ills., Oct. l'.lh, A. U. 177. t,w.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE. KY,,
A nffukrlf rtucituS tn4 Iff ally qualiflad .lijalclaa RDd tW
ItSIWUCStlUI, lltl THO HUB Will -4IVTP,
Spormatorrlioa and ImpotanoTt
tt tlie Mnult of sfif-abuM in you tli, sexual rv-swa In rua.
turvrytre, or utnei causes, hud i ttiu iiig some of Hie M.
luwlog if1sti: NervousQtii, B.tuilool KuiUfiust , (aitflit tnils
stuns l.y ilntaius). UiuiDesl olifilit, Dtfedivtj Mvtuory, Yby
itctl Dtt r, fiiupltt on V ml1, A rr-luu tu Hwlvty tif Kerimlft,
CoutualoB (if Idas, Imh of Hvx.ua 1 Ftiwr, 4c rAdnlD
marrisgtt Iruprutar or unLftpM-, are tLorougbiv inl u rmi
VfUij eurW. SYPHILiIS cund at.iD.
Wted fr',,ulk 'tcl"i Gouoprhea.
OLEET. PMcturt. Urv'tiltli, Htvu, (,ur Uuiauuj,
fiki BinJt&sr private ilistnsin n.uli'kly ourtil
H IsMlf-ivitlrut tliat a hysiolmt in y lataiUmUia
to ftttruiD clan of Ul-easvs, and truutius itiousuuda huuii
11 . SU.re Rival aklll. ri-.rsklaat kuoaiit tiite ra - t ofuU
revoDimetitJ ptrstmi to uy cre. Wlit u H i lUttiDienlfOt 14
tit the clijr for treatment, medloluaa oan U etui if.atelf
al lately hy mall or exirue auyhr.
Cures Guaranteed in all Case
tcnmitstlubii iroiiir!r or It Uttw free and Invited,
Charnea rtaHaaMeajtacorrKSuuusleRCtjiirtciljr cbUU4uul,
A PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of MO iBita, sent to any addrtii, arrurt ly atalad, for thirty
(St) ceitia. SLoiild be reud bf all. Ad-lrvaa aa abavf
tjOoa uwuri rreu 9 A. al. Urtt P. II. Buudaj 1. 1 la 1 f. at
To Inventors & Manufacturs.
6ilmore,Smith & Co.
1 enti and Attorneys at
American and Foreign Patents.
No Fees In Advance, nor until a Tatcnt
is allowed. No Fees for waling Pre
Special attention 'given to Interference
Cases before the Patent Office, Infringe
ment Suits In the different States, and all
litigation appertaining to Patents or In
Send Stamp for Pamphlet oj Sixty Pages
The Steam Ferryboat
Will be run rearularlv. leaving Ornen.
field's landlni at 7:45, 9 and 12 o'clock a.m.;
2:30 and i:JO o'clock pan. during each
On Sunday the will Isave tlia UndiDe at
8andl0oclocka.m. and at li m., aud at
4 :')( p.m.
TyiK. B. 81HTB
Fhyaiolaii cc Snrseon.
Offloa In Winter's Block, anrnrp lumis
Comtiwrelal Aranus, (sntranne on Seventh.
UulldanuiThlrUwiiUi itrtwl, went of VVsnlilugton
Hsbr?.sk5, Citv Ifo. 2
Evantvlllo, Cairo and Memphta
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Sbawneetown. Evans
Tille, Louisville, CinoinnaU
and all way landings.
The eliwant ild-wbesl stearuei
ffiLTta B. Pihmihotok.-!. ..Uastt-r
JllAULKd FaNNlNilTON.MM. Clerk
t WlU leave Cairo every WKHNKBDAY at
o'clock v. m.
Tbe fleet steamer
Ran Howard ., Master
Kd. Tuomas .'. Clt-rk
UsveeCalro everv SATtlnny,
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
wltn Srst-clana skauuer tut Ht. l-oulu, U.m
pbisaudNcsr Orlums. and at Kranarille with
UmK.AL'. K. K. fo all points North and Kast,
and with the touisvule Hail Htvaincrs fos.aU
points oa the Upper Ohio, giving through re
eelpta onfti'lghls and passengers k all points
Kot iirther Inftirmatlnn ildy to
Oft U. J. UKAMbjKK,
dupvrintendent and Otnsral rralirbl Ami,
liMf-so-m. Kransyllle Imllana.
THE EYE, EAR and THROAT
Buooswafullr TrMtad rtn
SANFORD'S RADICAL CURE.
CrCCESAIsth tetorrwrlt,ml inrecw In tho
rn.nr mlMrahle failures, uioana uniloubtcd sperl'.lc
coratlve croDertles In tho rurutiilv uml-J. ist...
treatment or t atarrnat ABoctKin.. alti-r so
BAsrroaryilUciOAbCuan for Caiurrh iosr mcli
ttrODerttas The evitlunco. In tliii .hao ol uwtili.
In all tstlous or I Ifi', must bs continue or ihlj
point. NeTtr.sro believe, In tliol lsiory o i.lar
msdlelaas has such vitln ibl-i f -.tlin i j r.tn cf
fersd. freely offorod. la f:.vcrot niiyi'.tncily th.ia
that In tli. posMnulon ot tlio pronrl tuts ct Has
roiD'sIlADirALCriii. Anrtvilu.il ku. 'Jiih.lt due.
not represent a thoiuanush part uflho I oecmmr d t.
atlona nhluli iiro to-Juv ollcl! ,1 l.y friend:, to frinw
tn Its favor, fcur'" of wcnlih a:l roll i ircr.t li r.ll
parts of thocniintryiV'.llvnlnilt lii.iiiTloiliyosor
any method ot cure Known to tlmirrulivr UiPdirul
profession, hut slitm tlii piili!l.-iry ir.ct.untnl to a
published statement. Il-nce tlio tesilmorlnlt In
our possession r-prewin hrt a smul T.rt of
those withhold f r tho renin ineni.nrK.il. T!i
followlnir untollcltrd tostlmonlnl from Hityrv
Wills, EQ., of v, i, IiBa & i o.'s Kfruv, Is
an outspoken lndoremcr.t of which wc arc '-.ititly
yitmt.V!gn & ToTTur. V.Tiolrniili) I)rr?1. ;3,
lloston. Msifc.: ti'.uleuu.ti.l h ivaf.rti"rnot.,i''iili.
fait It a duly Hint I owo to rnter'v.ir liumi. ilivl i
writs yoa.sfnlliig thotre.it bem fit t i:itl l.uvo 'il?.
rived lrom tho ma t rHANrntioVi It-.rt;ni. t vr.n
ron Cat nun. Vorri-ntlai
mtntntnA witli ,1.1. v ... t ff .1
. I h tv
acin i ii
liare tried nit tlio rc:n- iM t:iii ir-ma y i.i.nt
Wltliontmate.rl.it rr p.-rn;-e:tl bcr.ct-t. Luilliill
tliodrsenis hud orilve'l at lliut t.:::i thnt I n
linvo relief or die. Thocnllr nei '.rr.r.ous: t ut
bad becomo so Inflamed, nad thjoivn ubi Mtof
tiered, that it t. . n I'.ouhtrnl m iicr w:. !h r I
could go to tho l'.irlll. co: it, nr If 1 11 i I soy. hct'ur
I should live tiici'. io li.i.;.' ri.'l. Iklb -indv. r.
tlsemuiit of tli M ii :Jllii,i.:Vj i.:i!.-"..i'!i ! .-.r.gv :iy
Incredulous tihoi t rii tifiej cr i. 't.-' s of snv
ilnd, yet In Blirr i7MX)iaileii I tr! . tl,H,r.-.'l v . a
rt once t.".rili.'d I v H. Tlu i !;.:..:, of e'.i l-.f,
nchronlcilUeinocftVoliVi r.r.i.'l inj ri'e us r ",H
may prcvciitinyinara rtM imih u.l.i.nieh; ie.
lis s uenva uom use ;iiviiuiai . s:,.j i.
una I am honln&r to La c juti.li
last arrive nt a r .'spect.iht'K M Hi:
1 crvd, U
If thiaatntoment ui i ivnai'icnn'bnr.f nn'eerT'r's
to thoHoolllktcd ni Iltwil iTii.n. It- flhl' j'viii
brlnrtbls remedy into i.-wrorri'iicr: liue.c ,ii!.,ly
on tlie Pacllie con (sr'-iiT.; it i,i'iiie!i iii-f .cUj,
objoct Inwritiim llilii..to v il 1. 1 '' c '. a'
Venrtttilryrmrs. lVHY V 1:1.1" "
Awolu, k. Y.,jua.,! ;,s, c : .::. f..t,;:i
Tills Is to certiiy thut I lian Wn ufIdi? yotir
Collin.' Voi.vaio l'Lif.'i.,i to.- I'.i.lirijci,.. li i f
til. Bl.letn und I'eiuiiMluu lu tlio Hluuincli, ul. l
they have given u.a moiv r)tf Ui.u nny olher
reineily 1 livo ever nul. 1 would hluhly retoui.
Innnit them to ull uullcrlLi; Liui:. ll.o tUu.u t,f uulu
J. V,-. tLLS.
rictisixo, l.'o., Juns 53, lfir;.
Raving oecvlontintn rrr-ir. ;r tTiwrwi
poltt In my aldu 1 tried utit't.t ..h.'ollini' Vol
tsio Plaht f. hi, and lu twenty. fuui l.'.m- i lie iiain
waaemlrelreuiuved. .1. n hA.ii.Mr.i.
Ass't Cashli r r ntt .Nat. liuuk.
TVnroitA, Mntx., Juno In, IsTJ.
Colllua" Voltaic Plsstert giro tho best Mthfac.
tlon hers of n'i)'tlilu in .1 bus been tried lor
Lsrnci.eM and Weaauewiwt thu liaek. fleaae seiil
inure rlKtit away. JAMfcb A Is.
liufAjf r, lu.., June lit. l'JTT.
Ii'U?o, US Conts.
He careful to obtain Colmns" VoLTiio I'las
Tas, a cumliluatlon of Electric and Vultalc late.,
with a lilnbly Medlcateil Plaster, ss seen In tho
above cnt. Hold by all Wholesale and Detail Drag.
lsta thruiiubout tho L'ultxd utatea and Canada,
and by nkXlia A 1'OTTfcH, rii.uil.tirs, JJutlJu
O, D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer in
He. 19 OHIO LEVEE.
PEO-ALsttentlw slyoa.tajdtUdmnti nl
Can Be Beautiful
ly Dyed or Be
paired at a Trif
C. O. D.
ladies' and Ccnta1
Old flats Made New.
IVo. 30, Eighth Street.:
Skin 1 fURE GUARANTEED.
ni,r.... I '""ihe your cuae, and send
DISEASES with esrentis, (Corrfsimn.l-
1510 Ml. Vernsn Street, Philadelphia.
I Lorcby given to Anton Stlagulu oi tlie
UODllflliev In Ia l..l, .. . .
ntlorooiinty, state ol Illinoii, ol bill in
f Buioce vonuor i utn. wborein
be U defantjant hni Samuel StaaU Tvlor
ami Kiltvln w. ......... .
'T. mi ---", uu.wca vs uis vain
City Property, ut uompialnnnts; and thnt
fha llfnmnvjtei In as. 4. 1 e. Ms..' i i.T '
""-""win iu eaivi uiaav m rvumaiUiO On
IDQ II Mt ilnv At ahss tnsiva tM au
fiOUrfctaha hn iteti at Hi AAnri
, Jy of Ciiro, in itia oountjr. oa tbe
Unt Monday ot Jwutrr. A. D. 1878.
,aAu a mimammtTEf
7!vri peliire f 'Wtl! -.I )r. r.wf.)r-!'j Imnr r l
lulialiiiu 'lube, i. ud l i ! 1 line "li. r i'. I.i -.ii
raes. l'rlce if IMt. 1'or Snlu hy ud Witol-sni.. t-.nd
FUUsnudCsitnilsa, WI'.M;Bliri'l,!i .t'.tnrrul
AKents und W'iuili'sslo rniL'IfeU, l :tm, MfcS.
siuaaim a. nmm v c, '
Clerk of uld Court.
(IttRKN ct (Itt.IlKRT, SollvltOri,
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee
' i ' " And
SIGN OP THE OROTAIi MORTAR.
,-. ) Washingtori'Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Blichu
sold By .
BARCLAY, BHOS., OAIRO.
The Best Sarsparilla and , Blood Purifier
v v 1 i'; To Be Had at i - s
Baxclpyn' Drag Stdrb.
Agency for Dr. -Jayne's Medicines'
For Holmoa'o izAgw Padf '
. Go To' - : .' ' v'
BARCLAYS' ;lPCiL T
Chillo aad Fovor Hoiiipixica
At Barclayo' Drug Stoi t.
THE BEST PLACE TO
' ' 1 r' 1
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
. - .i, . . AT. . .-
California Wine, Port and Angelica, , , , w ,
. "Por lledicinai, "use,
AT BARCLAYS' DBUG ST0B&
If you want Boschee's German Syrup,
One of One Hundred Bottles,
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla, r
, Cream TaitoOoday rtcM
AT BARCLAYS! DRUSTOgEx
Shoe Blacking, StwlacWng," ' lZ"
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORED
Paint Brushes,Varnish Brushes t n u lill ?
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. , - -
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOR
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
French, English and American Perfumer "
r A I
Wax Flower and Artiste'
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder.
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All .
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax ::;iv '
and Corks for putting up JUTuit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE, t
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
The Best Trusses, All Styles ; . ' ; ; . - ; - -y
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
- Malaria King,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, '" ' v
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
: ; 1 ,. . ' i
f . t 'i I ' l!
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine ,7 "
. AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 81 Orit
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes t . v...-
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG BTORE."
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
AT: BARCLAYS' DRUG 8TORE.
is.- . ('!.' . . .-rnO . . ; n-
' ' i. (.'.I -.' f a . n
BUY AUGUST , IXOWEE
fa r m 1
bAHCLAYS DRUG STORE
BARCLAYS' DRUG. 8TORF.
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper S
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. I!
nnnvutTy UiiUO STORE.
Kress Tonic, -
and all Ague Medicines
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
At Barclayo' Draff Sioro