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PB0CUM1T10X BT Hit EXCELIKNCY, GOV.
1 Stats op Illinois, l
' KlECCTIVB Dl'.l'AHTMENT.J
; I, Shelby M. Cullora, governor ot tho
lUte of IlllnoU, do ppolut Thunday,
tho 20th day of November, as a dny ot
thanksgiving. Thl purely national (os
tlralt which originated with the Pilgrim
Father, la entitled to tho respect and ob
aerrance o all good citizens, as i recogni
tion ot the suporlrttcndlns providonco of
Almighty God, and an exprcsson oi our
thankfulness to Him for Ills bouutilul
goodness to us as a people.
Not in a spirit of boasting, nor with
out a deep senso of sympathy for tho na
tions so severely otllicted, it may increase
our gratitude to remember tho condi
tion of India, stricken with famine, of
Russia and Turkey, devastated by war,
and ot France, torn with fierce internal
distentions. From (hese evils we have
been delivered; wliilo our civil and reli
gious privile,ge, tho geucral good health
ol the people, our magnificent crops,
and the consequent Improved condition
bf all buiinuiss Interests, afford us abun
dant occasion for positive rejoicing.
I, therefore, call upon the citizens ot Il
linois to assemble in their places of reli
gious worship, nnd around their tables
and firesides, to nuke this a hulhlsy, a
day of rest and ol festivity, not lorgettin-r
ts proper religious observance, btitabou
all, a day for the re-asscnihlinjf ol scat
tered kindred, In order to the closet knit
ting of those domestic ties which ure the
pledgoand ground of national union and
in testimony whereof, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused tho scnl ol tho
state to be affixed.
Done at the city of Springfield, the see.,
ond day ol November, A. I. 1S77.'
fj. M. (Vi.lo.m, lioverimr.
By the Governor.
Gio. II. Harlow, Nrrrctarr of .-'Hire.
Radical papers In all parts of the coun
try are denouncing Senator fcilinron, who
refuses to take his place in the Senate,
even though his vote ulonu might be the
racavs of maintaining Radical puprein
acy in that body. Hhnron, however,
don't seem to bo greatly wmecmi-d about
what the papers say of him.
lie is attending to mutters on the Sim
Francisco stock exchange, and don't care
a continental what becomes of the Itu
dical party In the Senate. Here is a des
cription of a scene that oecuned a week
0 Monday, when the htxceU in San
Francisco went wild over Opliir: "On
Sunday nearly 5,000 shares had cUnd
hands on street comers, in hotel corri
dors, and In bar-rooms. Tho strike In
the East drift Was magnified into a bon
anza. Small lots were sold ss high as
$90,000, and enthusiasts predicted that
the stock would reach $100 within twenty-tour
hours. But when the Exchange
down frade ana"" logi
In the hoard-room there was a scene il
uli paralleled excitement, i'he noise was
deafening; brokers madly tore at each
other; chairs were upset and hats tram
pled upon, and the crowd surged from
side to side. In twenty minutes of utter
Babel, 23,800 sl,,res, worth vU,0W
changed owners. There was one man in
the vast assemblage who sat like n Von
Moltke surveying tho fray, ilo never
removed Ms eyes from the struggling
throng, and not a sound or a movement
escaped him. He seemed to comprehend
the whole situation. That man was
Senator William Sharon." And yet titer
are restless and Inquisitive souls who can
not understand whj the senator is not in
Often blast turnaces within flic limits
of Pittsburg, seven aro in operation.
Their combined capacity is ono hundred
and sixty-four thousand tons a year.
The nail works nt liirdsboro, Uerks
county, Pa., are now turning out eight
hundred and twenty-live kegs ol nulls
per day, and there is a reu ly tale lor
M IK IK 0 IX COLORADO.
Mining Industries in Colorado are in
creasing at a rat of DO per cent, annual
ly. The laws are so trained that high
salaries and big steals are Impossible.
Under the Illinois law there arc thirty
four ditieraut crude ot grain. A num
ber ot New York hop growers aro (tum
ping their owu hops to London. Last
week two million kushvU of wheat were
ahinrjed froui New York in Mn.rUn.i
Ohio Las 381.000
and raised this year 10,000,000 bushels ol
A naitv of thirtTstu-n nifr-liirili nana
d through St. Louis on the 21st from
r.-.:it .. I - ... . , ...
tsauTuie, i a., cu route 10 i'uoiuo, 1.01.,
under the charge or S. 11. Thompson,
BOrthwettern nasu.riirKP nitmt nf'thn Ilia.
sourt Pacific. These i mechanics haye
oeen empioyeu in the rolling mills ol
W Ullam Fox & Sons, of Danville, ami are
Coins' to Pueblo tor the fcnrntiKit nt' wfiib .
lug a rolling mill at that place, owned by
uie wine uruu i weuiy-iour cars loaded
With machinerv aro also on llm wv ml
as soon as tlic maehlnery can bo placed In
yvmuvu, uK:ruuuii win do com-
menecd. The mill will have a capacity
Oftnrnlnft out one huntlrori inm t
daily to start with,' and Messrs. Fox &
Hons have already a contract lor rails to
uuu jor a uisiance oi seventy miles on
one of the Colorado roads,
SODtniRX DEBT BTATEUKXT. 1
The New York bankers, who for aome
uma nave been laboring for au organiza
tion to secure the refuadlng ot defaulted
outturn sUte and municipal bonds, have
at last succeeded. Their courier has been
taken out undortlie limited liability set
ol the State of New York, a special char
ter baring been refused. The tollowin?
are the otllotrs: I'mldent lluju M
uillongb; nice president, J. - Tierpnut
"organ; secretary, Tramls 0. French;
treasurer, Cbarles Lanier. The litl of the
2I! ztf,n . "The Bond funding As
- f?S,.lono' America." It aiim. pnrtieu-
lSK,iiIIlttl,l,t liie fun,nir "I southern
sure bMda, cUtty Py acaling the debts.
m2?H!nn1tt' ta,iebtedness of fortys
filSSfiS UrteT n Ohio as rV
BjlacteaseoltW.OOOovnWjisul.ll over the thamber. Edmunds hi.d
Uint the buslnesi of contracting ruunlc-N
pal debts Is still eolng on iu Ohio. Cin
cinnati has Increased its debt from $18.
200,000 In 1370 to f20.ti33.00J In 1877, al
though Its taxable, valuation has decreas
ed $4,522,000 In the same time. t'leve.
land falU off In Its valuation 2.2G0,0('O,
but Increases itsdebt over $300,000. To
ledo makes tho worst showing. It lias a
taxablo valuation ot only $20,305,000, but
it has a debt of S3.75D.000, or about eigh
teen per cent, ot tho valuation. The total
levies tor all purposes aro $1,3IS,000, or
$ 1.41 on tho $100-a rate ol taxation that
is equalled lu lew if any otl cr cities in
A VEUT JIARnOW H tl Ot.
raESCCR cars ucxnixu safklv on a
TEN INCH TRACT.
N. T. Etouinfr Kipn.-. '
Huston, Nov. 10. There U- .-.aicthlng
new under the sun" In railroads. At le:ist
I have seen no 'description in any New
York paper ol what has jut been exper
imentally coinpli ted in Maiiiichusctw.
A perlecti'y Hurking, sate-yes, much
sater than the ordinary road has been
produced, and which will revolutionUe
tratllc in both pas-ngers and freight.
The cost and the price ol both will come
down one half, and yet tho companies
can coin money where liny CAUiiot now
pay ex pens'.
The young gentlemen who couecived
this plan H a praotie-.il wood ai.d iron ma-
vhliitt, and aUo nn I'ligmetT. I" fhi'W
how narrow a tra W may bo. aiel ! pre'
tleal 'umlf-l'', with his ovn lua.l ho
eon-tructetl a railroiJ, but ten inehi
width C'l trafk, from the Mevaled ;iisg
ot ilvde 1'ark down to flic defot. lie
also, with his own har.ds. eoiistriiei.-I
tlie ears to run on the tr.tek. In tte-e he
carried in six weeks over .'l.(i0p.iicii jpt
from th village down to the depot, with
out tho slightest iuiury to anyone. '1 Jiero
were several sliort ciirroson tin-way, ami
thw trai k erojsi'd the highway twioe. I tio
people of Ihllerioa, wishing a nei l a. ro-s
through t heir town from .North lUicrioa.
mi the liostnii and Lowell niilroud, to
liedford, a distance of wght and u h;.ll
miles, reiiuef.ted the projeetor, Air. 'ieo.
1). MaiisUeld, to come und give the peo
ple a lecture on narrow track railroad .
Some said "It Is a chimerical notion;"
but others said, ' 'This is ot liod and inu.t
prevail," and Ihey gayu a helping hand
and secured a movement so far as to net
a petition for a charter from llie legisla
ture. 'The charter was allowed. I hen
thH rlgJit. of wsy was secured gratis U.
wholu di.slancc.,Two very able men gave
tint wav only beeau.-o, as they said, it was
only a visionary, cnizy-headed scheme,
and would never no nccompiisiiPii. i;ui
next the stock was subshribed. Ken lint,
ler went In for ouo-llllietli ol thu whole
slock, which was $.50,000. Then came
tho building of tho road, which was com
pleted by the lt ol September, so that
cirs passed with passengers over thu en
tire route that day, und secured the ri;;!it
of way. There are eleven bridges on tlie
route, one over ono hundred leet long.
Thr rail weighs twenty-dive pounds to
tlio vard. which Is quite Klronx cnou'di;
twentv liounds would do. '1 lie road is
well built and eon'ipped; ono grade iB l"io
'J 'lie cars and engines ol the road will
at once attract and lix the attention. I my
aro very well jioriportioned, and make a
very handsomu appearance. J lie engine
is behind tho tender and next to the car,
so that when the train moves the next
to tho engine draws down upon and in
creases the adhesion of the engine to the
track, ltoth ensme and ears are con
itructed so ns to be very nesr the ground,
Civinc creat advantage in regard to sale
ty;alsoverv little oscillation. Tlie cars
have an ailo with one seat on each side,
in the same manner as ordinary car- have
two sea's. 1 he P-ngtri ot toe ears a.lowt
thirty j?an. each person hsv.ng a s.t to
umncJ'-.- I he6. 4rft..yuwfa, wa'.u
er Uu',ll tbi) mrwltrn Unpr&Tiuev.,
Vtsuriehou.4e brakui, etc. They weigh
but four tons and a hall, oni.'nary cars
welifhlna on oo averajre eiehtecn fon.
Hence Man-field will carry sixty persons
with cars weighing nine tons, while or
dinary roads mut draw eighteen tons to
carry fifry-ix persons. The engines are
equally light and cost less than on ordi
nary roads. It is cpultc evident that a
road titrht and a halt miles Ion?, which
co't equipped I I.IVX) less than $.'yj,0W,aijd
which can be rnn for half the expense
upon ordinary roads, must be agreU and
notable achievement. The road cost
1 1,500 per miie. The traius run about
twenty-five miles per hour. Engines
weigh about eijjht tons, aad draw two
passenger and two freight cars twice per
day each way, at a cost of coal only one.
fourth that of ordinary engines.
IHK HEX All'..
A DA V 01' .VFMOKAUI.P. INCIDENTS FOLLOW
r.U BY AN ALL-NIGHT SESSION THK
DLMOCRATi HOLD T.jKIR OWN, AND
Ill.'lLKU, UUfiUCK AND SH'OITOIlU I.IHK-1
I.Y TO HU AD.UI'ITKD. '
Kpeuiul to hi, Iai'w Time.
Wahiun(;ton, J). C. Nov. 20. The
contest oyer tlie admission of 51. C. Dutl
er from South Carolina was renewed in
the Senate to-dnv, and prolonged through
tho uftemomi and evening wild every
appearance of an all night session. This
has been one of tho most exciting days
in tho history of tho Senate. What the
final result of the contest is going to be,
uo ono can tell, but tho Incidents of tho
aession point clearly to ncompleto rtips
ture between tho republican mnjority
ami f'attersf a and Conoyer perhaps to
the immediate transtcr ol tbc Senate to
Tie prospect of this exciting contest
drew a great erowd of visitors to the
galleries. They were jammed lull, iu
fact, long before 1 o'clock, when Senator
Thurnian, as lie had u right to do under
the rule, moved to take up his resolu
tion lo AbMir liCTl.tlt.
lalterson and Conover were both in
their seats and it was known that both of
theso gentlemen intended toniaUeeiicech
es in defense of their courno. There wore
ut least a hundred members of dm bon.-e
on tlie lloor of tho chamber, as that body
was not in session . Tho scene was a
reminder of the memorablo days hint
year when the hit, or (be teleetond com
utiwdon hung undecided iu tho wimto,
and the interest in llm proceedings whs
heightened by llm bikl, but very clear
IlKM AUKS OK HHS A TOR DAVIS.
of Illinois, who opened tho dobat. Ife
defended his cour- lu voting to admit
Bulletin prcftTcnce to Kellogg on com
inoii punse grounds, which Kdnnui.I.M, on
heball of tho llopirblicann, found It very
hard to answer. IIowo and Clirinilim v
lh. n . "poke lo unwilling ears, byt when
aiiersou roue, pushed back the rhnlr.
run his hand through bis Ihixcn ptrkg
and begun hi personal! xiihucition, theni
previously made a motion to co Into ex.
ccutlvo stMlon, on which Davis, Fatter-
son and Conover ?oteu wnn tue liemo
crats, showing that all three were deter
mined to staiul Dy niiiier anu convincing
the lpublicans that tho lii;ht must now
bo followed up to thu bitter end. 1 'alter
son wpoke tor at loat a half an hour, and
Willi more vluor anil power man no uuu
been supposed capable cl. Uo mado a
number ol capital points and protected
his entire freedom from any dishonorable,
bargains In voting for Butler. Ilo suld
RrrilCSL.N 1 tl) lUUlLOI'LK
ot South Carolina In voting as he did,
and declared that although he was oppo
sed to, the withdrawal oi troops from the
untiort ot 1 hauilw rlaln, yet now that
tho president had recognized Hampton
and tlie Democrat ie l.egii-lHturt, the peo
ple had a strong desire to see Butler ad
mitted, lie closed by warning his Ito-
pubiiCAii as-CKiates that tils mind was
fixed and that they couldn't bulldose him
into a change ol iront.
st-VAToR CuNOVLR FOLLOW Kit
with a written fpH. h, dcfondinir hiuiM lt
as well as ho could, snd making a drive
at Kdur.inds lor li.ivinjr voted Indepen
dently In the I'inchliack ease. His
spetih, though written, was hardly as
(rood ;us I'attei -on'. When Conover had
lini-heJ, Klmnnds gt't the floor and
made a severe attack upon Fatterson and
Conover ltoth. Ho read a newspaper
tiMtrmeat oharcing that evideuoe existed
oi a bargain bet wet n thorn and the I omo
i rats and alter some sharp comments on
ti e alleged tact, he bropostd as a
!;TITfTE KOR IIlLllMAN'sRl.Sol.rnoN,
another resolution nonirin Hie Com-
iiklite' ou I'rivilesres aiid llleelion to i:i-
o-tigaie the arrang nu-r.t referred to.
IVtirso'i bitterly n-.entod this and said
that ail ho wantci was a white nun's
c.'iiiiico. liordon nnd 'I'hiinuan also rv
plied, ihe latter m:iking' some very tr II
ini' ioint. As to the resolution propos
al, he said that if Butler was admitted,
noihin-r would suit him Itetter than an
inve-tigatlon of tho alleged bargain.
When the vote was taken on tho resolu
tion, Stanley Matthews voted with the
heniocrats and 1'atterson did not voto.
The result, was that the IVmoorats had a
majority ot three against it. Tho skir-mi-liing
continued until about 5 o'clock
when Davis, of Illinois, consented to an
executive soesioi. which lasted lor an
hour nnd a half. The open ?essiou wn
then resumed, nnd continued without any
exciiinr events until midnight.
THE CASK AS IT STANDS.
If there is not tin adjournment to night,
ninl the Senate sits straight tliiough until
to-morrow noon, Jiepubijcaii Senators
will then deniaiul.tluit the Kellogg" ruse
be taken up, it having gone ocr under
the rules when reported from the com
mittee, and of course Butler's raso will
have precedence until the yotn Is t.ikui
on Tlinrnian's resolution. When the
vote is taken on that resolution, Its a 'op
tion discharges the Committee on Men
tions from further consideration of But
ler's case, when it would have to iro over,
under the rule, lor ono day. But the
Democrats, with Conover and l'attorson,
will voto against taking up Kellogg'?
case, una it is now absolutely certain
that Butler will be admitted lirit.
PATTERSON AND CONOVLT..
Senator Patterson's son states tq-iiight
that in view ot the treatment received to'
dav by big father at the hands of the lb.''
publicans he had made up his mind not
to vote for Kellogg, n lie had promised
It looks as if both Conover and Patter
sot were coini; over to the Democrats.
This will assure the immediate change of
control of the organization of the Senate
from the Republicans to the Democrats.
The possibility is so strong that there is
much despondency and souiedepf ration
:n iiopubiican rai.Ks.
irl.,. tl, ltlPrMl.
to rh-r-.lfuK: .
B- b Ir.g'TsoU was not olk-red litr
Jin wiA.-ioii, loo liJinois delegation pn.-
cu:ta ,-ui tame to .cret!iry tvart-s, wno
praised ir.'.-rsollas a stump speskc-r, but
avoidci all nu iHion ot the Berlin ini-.-ion
and repeatedly dodged ibe subject. 1 bu
admii.Utration evidently dot :, not want
to give Inger-oll tlie o-itiou and will
not do so. l'.ev. Dr. Gregg, an emi
nent clergy man of Dublin, Ireland, hug
now tent Ingersoll a challenge to meet
hi in and discuss Bob's po-ition with ref
erence to Christianity, so that the Ameri
can unbeliever will have no lime to both
er about the Berlin 11I--I011. Dr. Gregg
lb said to bo a heavy theological weight
and a stalwart match for Ingersoll. llm
challenge la as lollows:
"1 snail concede to iiim as alus and as
scR.sors ull theinlidcls that lie- world can
supply, nml w-t I ih.ill be uilliiig in the
fr'.ngtli ol the Lord to meet iiim and
tlum, and to glvcdeinoiiHtratlonsagaliiKt
him, that the kingdom ol God lias now
come in power that the principles of
Uiri.itianity tniit 1 propound will ttcuro
to true Christians In the useot Scriptural
Dierins.immunity from sickness, infirmity,
pain and death In short, all the items ol
present advantage which. I, through
grace and mercy, enioy myself, nnd have
expounded In my printed papers and
published works, and which may now be
demonstrably laid hold of and secured by
nil true Christians. I undertake to meet
him before the American public, nnd
id give demonstrations ngalnst him,
to their satisfaction, of all the
particulars ol latter-day Chris
tianity that I stand lor, nnd with which
1 know you are lamiliur to show that
his abuse of the Bible Is blasphemy aris
ing from ignorance on his part, that nil
the specialities of objection advanced
against It by him nro frivolous and vain,
ami will In tho light Ot learned exposi
tion entirely disappear. Thus the wars
of extermination recorded in the Old
Testament, the Imprecation In tho 10th
Psalm, to all of w hich he has attached by
implication and epithets nialieloii-i'
'wicked,' will appear not only faultless,
but perfect in short, 1 pluuT Maud lip as
nlorcciiid tor tho whole Blblo and Its Di
vine character throughout, and ninke it
plain to our hearers that tho exceptions
which ho has taken against It aro as base
K as thev aro base.
"He has demanded cf tho Church of
nrihi ono miracle, one fact a this year's
laet. Wnask, says he, only ono 0110
lact for charity-a new miracle, mid we
domain! it now. Let the church furnish
at least one, or forever after hold her
penrio. A very solemn challenge this,
and couched In ecclesiastical phraseolo.
gy, moreover. Now, I tender to him
not merely one fact and ono miracle, but
a wholo dispensation ol miracles, I
bring before him thu church of this last
day as instrumental under God In chang
ing the wdiolo law of nature, nnd ns
bringing back lor the beuelltol'the whole
n deemed race of believers that paradise,
wilh its literal immortality, that
wim forfeited nt . tho fall ol
Adam, but regained to bo enjoyed
lu a regenerated world at the ttmo settled
iu the counsel or the Father before tho
world wis. If those great glories wcro
to he merely loretatud by hopo, and en -iojod
through a prom Me, they would be
hiuirhed to scorn hy the apostles ot In
lidehly;but, Nustnlned by a dispensation
id miracle that I utand lor, together with
I he divine authority ot the Blblo, 1 know
not bow ho can quest my arguments or
make light of my great positions. I testify
against him that Ids objections to Chris-
uuiity ami too uimo are, one nnd all, un
ionised and frivolous. Let hi 111 hold his
ground against me, nnd fairly drivo me
11 0111 urn nent 01 argument, or else, to ap
propriate hi own quotation, 'Let him
henceforth ami toreyer hold his peace.'
He will find It hard In thesR last times to
kick against tho pricks."
This brings the champion In ridel right
up to tho point, and he -will have to meet
his adversary with something more than
glittering geucralHics, as Greifur U re.
ported to do a man wiio does not reason
In the old ruts, but has forged a sword ol
Irenh, virerin stetl. sharpened on tho
grindstone ot a life-long experience und
exhaustive study and investigation.
To Inventors & Manufacturers
6ilmore,Smith & Co.
Sollrltora of Futnta und A.ttornyi at
American aad Foreign Patunta.
No Foes In Advance, nor until a Patent
is allowe.l. .Vj 'i w milking JVe-
Special atteiitijn given to Interference
Cases before the Patent Office, Infringe
ment Suits iu tht ditlcrcnt States, nnd all
litigation appertaining to Patents or In
-SVlui S':IN;.- I'U-upiiUl CtSUftf J',llM
r.. f!!LMiEE, SMITir ,y CO.,
c. r. st., ii',ij'n'.i;i,'.fi, p. c.
Hies, hwl k
g- rs. a. 1 3sr, hay
Ri.! all Unda Country Pro ',wc
03 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Ma.
Can Bo Peiutiful
ly Dyed or Re
paired, at ft Trif
C. O. D.
Old flats Made New.
. :i, Ilighlh Stroel.
FA I T AND OILS.
B. F. Biak
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, 'Window GUb-s, Win
dow Shades, &c.
worttr KUventa E.'ta a.:i Wnahl
WIlULKSAU; AND ItLTAIL.
Oooda Sold Vory Cloae.
Corner 10th atrwt ana Commerci Ave.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mrs. (,'. Mcl.e.ri desires to itnnounoo to
the public that dm han determined to
elos3 out her largu'and clegunlly assorted
stoek ot Mll.LIMHiV GOODS, inclu
ding I.adleV J TKNI3HINO GOODS of
nearly cvny .l.scrijttion, UNLlilt
WKAP, liolliliv, etc., with a very
large assortment ot Ladies', Misses' and
niildron'sSIlOKS, allot which must be
old within the next
At Cost. Now is tho time for ladies to
buy Hats, and everything elsu hi the
t8T old bills must be settled at
once, or they will bo put out for col
lection. MIW. C. McI.liAN.
NOV. 10th, 1877.
FITS E PILES Y
Permanently cured no humhiij ny one
tnonthN iii?c nf Dr. Ooulnril'H Celebrat
ed Kit PowdcM, To convince. nullBrcrK
tlmt tliCHO powders will do all wo dulm lor
tlicra, wo will Kcnd them hy mail, post
pulil, afro trial hex. AaDr. (louhtrd U
tho only pliyHic.lan tliat has ever made thu
'Imcami a npeeial ntudy, anil in to our
inowledi,'i) thousnnda have been pcrma.
nrntiy cured by tho uhb of theno powd jrn,
wo will paaniiitoe a permanent euro lr
every (, or reluiul ynu all monoy ex
Pelidod. All nuavFfm tdiould Rlvo tlic.ie
I owders an early trial, and hu vonvincml
ol Umlr oitrativo powern.
Prlco, for lurtfti boi-,f!l, or 4 box for
vl", wnt by mall to nny part ot United
MutuHor Canada on recnlpt of price, or ly
expruhN, c.O.D. AddrcM,
.' Kultoa Htroat. Urooklyn, N, V.
j cur U wwlwMilliHL i mwMMM; 1
II (,,,l,u N. tvlUtF'tlon IJn, Uli)0 lot titty rUtl, I
iriln-irani i.u, iwltlwut rlMri. Tim wihbl
ItiT-f 1 rl 1 vi n
BOOTS & SHOES,
Coffee, Sugar and Syrup.
Specialty in Toao.
Oaodn Delivered, Trouiptly.
F. I'.ntD. PrritMrnt. H. Wi ll.i, (u.ihlcr.
1'. Ni'll, Vict l'rtti'l. T. J. Huili. Aunt. Cli'r
mm iin im,
C.'rner Comainrolal Ave. and 8th Strt
K. PrOi., ( iir . Wm Klntrf, f iro.
I". S il, 1 .out Win oil.', I too.
A. htuiuik. It. I.. liiltintA'y, M I.ouis
K. I'. 11 li r, Caii o. II. Wt ll-t, t uiru.
K. II. ItriitkiiutW'l. brnin.
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1 l.o. rul lliittMnv llulii." none
I f-l'. xi-!i ihe cnlil aii'l linulit. Iiitintt jmtil
n lltf SMVoijrrt Iti'ikoiucnl. 4 . I l.N-r iorm inxuti',
Oil ll IjUnlDI'itll J.riiJIIl.tlv ittt.-nil,l u.
STUATT0N & BIRD,
AC't AMERICAN POWDLR CO.
Fi7 Ohirn Li'VRft.
Eva.T-.yiHc, C?iro and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoali, 8hawreotwn, lOvann
villo, Louiavillo, Cinoinnnti
and all way landingi-.
Thf rlejtunt aMe-lfhwl steaicri
'M.rK i It. rrvsiNoTin M Mie
t Will liive :ro ir. r? WKUNKtiDAY tt
o'cl'i. k li. Hi.
r.L. 'I M',A,,.,
with l!rl-'l.t f.imt'r for M. Uuu. Mnu
I'ttUau'l .New Orluu, an.l at Kf anavilk' will.
tlie. AC. It. Jt. ruruIJK,iuuurUtuUvl Ldnl,
KO'lwillill.i. I.'jiiiovlilf Mall M.wii.t.1 r.ali
iiiiU on L'pikt Ohio, jrivinK throiiKh i
n i 0! nil fn 1:1, lo fcliU .atui:t to ml HJlhM
lnr tirlh.'r inf .nrmtloo amtly to
JAM hi Illi.lir, i'MKviim Ant.
J. il. I'HILI.Il'H,
Or to li. J. (.KAMMKIt,
i-ii4rtnteii'k'nt and GaiTtl Vn:lyht AK'tit,
l t-i-al. Lvnmivillt! Iiidiuiia.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Bctwcon Waahington and Com
mercial Avennes, adjoining
NO CURE-NO FEE!
kilt lKl fct Wwl., Ltfl. lt t.t. Nlfc.l. f, IU rnt
fWTVUM llt'UUlljr W.4 IrfWt -TlMflUUU!, IWIllillirntU
twej. llt.it. it k tfft.ii 11 ut 11m) Mi l.uil. ftnrl mr u)
kl.iy i lit thi lKt j tiit in tU but.
liU'M rvuiilrtn traatrnant Willi hunt L.! tall ( 1i,-
' 1?"" T ("'it. riii (iiiv i.in'j if .ti All
L;P, i;l IIIK! J'.i tMrM. IlliikUsittl. M 11 IMF II
r iowl tiJ Cui:mu oftmiJ'rtaia n.tutuinuu 1V mjru.
itlatuiD tin labdCfatibUctU). IttliiU 1111, 1 ft B
uot.u pi.ATi.it w4Tiiir.s. riii'irr
rtit In the ktl'iwn wirl.1. hatnpl Wnu.li Vrrt ti
Jflerin. Aaurtia, a.,ovi.i nuo.ru.. cihuuku.
t vr All. AtLiittwanli'il. tliihl.
ni'M I. IiIii-iIh. l'.uilwiUrnfri ii.
AiUm.fJ WoitntACO ..SlLuulN.tl
In liroliy irlven to Joshua O. Hall an adminis
trator tl' l, nla non of the eatut or llama (;lat k,
Uecra.e.1, ami Kit win Urn I nurd of the neii'li-nry,
in the Mrcuit I ourt of AUx:inier county, llli
noiit, ol a bill In chanwry In lonrloai a rnort
iraya, wlurcin yon, tnguther Willi (.huiilitty N.
Hhiniuan, I,ouia N. Hhlprnan, .loS' ph W.
Urexi-l unit (Jtarlra Kilwar'l Irary, an Iti'celv
era of the Cairo ami Viiipxnni'd railroiul. ami the
Cairo ami Vincwnca railroml company are lr
lt'nilanw, and tharlt-s (;. Holii'tt, at IlKPiver nl
nt "the Alutiul l.il'o inuranne Company" ol
( Iili ko, in complainant : ami that the nuniinona
In ani l came i returnable on the Ornt day ol lh
the January term, A. I). W, of Kiiiil Court to
he liolilen at the Court llouee, In the city ol
Cairo, la kuIJ county, on the itrnt .Moixlay ol
sali! month. Ihttetl Nov. 2:th, 1x77.
JOHN A. KKKVK, Ckric of aall Court.
SamvilI. Wiiiki.kh, Solicitor ol Complaint.
COME AND SEE ME !
I run nnv olli rlii"; my entire
l"or llio Next Thirty Ituye
BE L O W CO S T,
Ah inlcwl tn'ijuit the bitumen,
iAttTir:.-i iv sR.vircii oi-1 iuu-
tlAINS RHOl.'I.I) NOT FAIL TO
J. WALI) E R,
(.'or. Cth Strwt nml Ohio Lcvce.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lovee,
, t ,. f) And At
SIGN OF THE ORYSTAL MORTAU,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Faints-ill Colors Asadj fir the Brush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Heatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Fish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgin Korosono Can.
Tho Only Perfect Can in
the "World. Mado of Glass
and Warranted not to
Leak, Corrodo or Break.
Every family should have
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Domo
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Evcdan. Wc sell at their Prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
cines. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Wholesale and Retail,
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoo Blacking, Stovo Blackinc
Buy Copperas, Bluo Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to All
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans'Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Akuo Medicines
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Pauer and Twine
Shoo Blacking, Shoo Dressing, and Stovo Polish
"Lttet wook I bouirlit att) rent puriuiRe
tlin usual time at Icms linn lmlf the roit ol
lumi tn ruli I mm. uml It i il tint ihrlhli
. . .. , ' . . ..
hot dinimr on Sluuiliiy. bo h:lvn try It,
pcrfuctly hafo to iihc It.
5 nnd 10 cont Pnckngcs.
Golden Lion Cologne-01 jglSg
I'm io Iiiior(d Hay Hum, Niiloiidlil Caiiada Tnr
Nop KiiKliMli mid Amcrioan Noap Fine Iiu
lortcl Hu ml kvriiiicf Dxiractn In orlgi
ii iJ ItolllvM or in llrokon tuantl
tleN at wanted at low, price.
Buy Your Brugs
At Barclays' Drug.Sioro.
Tho Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. 3. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT. Highly Commended by tho
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY.
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rate the
same with Insurance Companies. Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
of WiiNlilno unl done m v wanking in one hU
Soap. My clotlim were wlitler. I did not
I1I.:.I.IU M.I.I - t ... ........ ..I 1 - 4 -
'J " j..ijiii uini nil uilt'f 1 WIIB IMIIIUlfm iu irri n
und you will avo lubor, tlmo und money. It Ih
13uy WASHINE AT BARCLAY'S.