Newspaper Page Text
U js. GIVE TUAXKK.
'WOCUSATIO BT BW t XCtLLtSCV, GOV.
Q,M A IlllUfllt. 1
StoUty M.Culloin, governor ot Uo
''tftfaof Illinois, ila Appoint Tlnir!la.v,
1 th Ui day of N'orember, a ly
ttauliitfring. Jkta.mrtly natlounl frs
Ural, wlildi oriliitttcd with llio riltfrlm
. rathora, la entitled to the respect and oh
terranca ol all good citizens, as riwgni-
tion ol the snperlntendlrijr providence of
Alalg bty God, and an exprcs.on of our
ttiankfuliiefi t Him for Ills Jtountiluj
, noodueu to um a people.
Hot In aaplrit of boaatin.f, nor with-
wit deep mdm of fjmpalby lor tlto na
' tlou 10 trorely ifllicteil, It may lnrroa.se
'our gratitude to remember tlic cnndl
lion el lodla, atrlokcn with famlue., of
Bowla and Turkey, devastated by war,
aiidol Franc, torn wllli fleroe lutornnl
dlMtutlons. From thra vlU we linve
baiuoVllvaredjftliUaour -civil and roll-
, glow prlTileg, the geiMral good health
ol tba people, eur maguitleent crops,
and the eoascqufnt Improved condition
ol all bnalueu laU-ref H,. afiurd in abun
dant occasion for poaltlve rejoicing.
I, therefore, call upon the clti.eng ol II
ItnoU to Msemhle In their plawg of tell-
. glona'woranlp, and around their tuMei
nd flrealdea, to make Ihla a holiday, a
day aT rest and ol lestivltj, hot forgetting
U proper religloui observance, but above
al), a day lor the re-asoeuibllng of Sf-at-tered
kindred, In ordcj to the closet knit.
ting ol those domestic ties which are the
pledge and (rrouud of national union n4
. in teatiraoiiy whereof, I have Ik reuuto
aet my hand and caused the ieal ot 11m
atatetobe a tilled. '
Done at the city of SprlugtleM, the er
ond day ot November, A. I. 1S77.
, . , .. , . - S. U. Cu.loai, Governor.
By the Governor.
Gko. H. Hblow, Secretary ol State.
Waihi.nciton dlfpatches declare that
the treatment ratttrsoti hag received ut
tha hands of his Radical brethren has fo
Ifflbettered hlra that lie has announced his
Intention to yote lor the ailinicirni of
Spofford, and agftiuat Kellogg.
IUrcBLiCAxa have commence l to de
nounce Senator David Davis for the puvt
iie baa taken in the contest for the con
trol bl the Senate. Senator IhivU has
votd with the Democrats on all impor
tant political questions.
Tub total vote cast at the recent eke
tion in this state was 381U80. Of this
number 82,212 votes were out lor the im
propriation to complete the new state
house, and 204,800 against the approprias
tion; majority against the appropriation,
Tux president Is In trouble. It is said
that Stanley Matthews 1ms changed his
mind and coma (e the coucluslon that the
president'! "southern policy" is nil a
mistake, and that bu has urged' the pre,
sldent to fly the track go back, be re
radicallzed, and to join the Coiikliug and
KJmunds fiction ol the Radical party,
Hayes Is In a deal ol trouble, and don't
know what to do. Matthews has been
the president's rlht hand man, and Ms
advice and counsel has been sought on
all Important questions, and it Is not I in
probable his advice will have great weight
in shaping the future course of the ml:
" Commenting on.the protracted and un
aeaaonable soft weather for the lust two
or three weeks, the Chicago Timet myr.
"The roada In tha country everywhere In
the northwest are In an impassible con
dition because of tho mud, the result be
ing 'au "embargo on commerce. The
farmers make no effort to reach the rail
road with their grain and produce. The
country merchant, deprived ot a large
number of customer, who pay cash at
this aeason, Is unable to meet Ids city ob
ligations, and jobbers who have sold on
thirty, sixty, and ninety days are finding
collections impossible. The city resident,
accustomed to paved streets, can hardly
realize the condition ot clay turnpikes
ter a mouth of moist weather. So lar
from being able to haul a load on one ol
them, a team of horses would l unable
to make headway on most of them with
oat auy burden whatvr. l iders the
present week should witness a much
lower degree of temperature, (here will
be a thankless Thaolftgiving. In the
way of weather a change is neceary,
and the sooner It I effected the better.
Another fortnight of rain and mud will
do more to eripplc, buainesa than a du.en
bank lallures or an aisortment of pan
lot." -,,(., ,..
TBtilaw Iork HWJ, which bo gone
wild in lu bitter opposition to the silver
meaiure, should traiu It London corres
pondent b little better. Mr. Jennings, In
meant letter, whk h starts out with a
mild attempt to show that our national
credit may be affected by the passage of
the Bland bill, la obliged to admit that
there II very little in an Idea, after all.
He ear: :
People, however, who think carefully
over Uiia malUr will not be dirposed to
By Into much of a panic about It. There
a treat deal of difference, a we all
anow, between introquuing a bill into
eoogre and getting It made a law. lint
apart from that, it Is not quite 19 certain
as some people team to think that silver
would lung remain a "depreciated medi
um" If tb United tstatea began to use It
for the payment ot all their debts, public
and prlve. A writer In the TW of to
day evidently baa very itrong suspicion
on that point. y ucn silver is rcmonctlr
beoind, the debtor wUl be unable
"HZTl lUTVh?!Jer ln,u K1!. "for
wl that hold, .liver will put with It
that there la no surplus More hero "Irom
which an American tnuuil could be
supplied" and that 'the production ot
tho American mlnnt ha not beeuMariy
eqaaltotbe eittmatei darlpg the put
year." I take it, howcer, that this pro
Unction could bo largely Increased 11 the
demand lor silver became very pressing.
The undeveloped resources ol (he I'lilteil
States In rewrd to that metal are not un
derstood over here. Hut, under any cir
cumstance,.! am not going to believe-
that American (ioverniuetit Donili will ue
trifled with, or that either the homo or
forcicn creditor ol the Republic will
be defrauded of a cent that belongs to
him. Ihsvoimt this view forward lor
miuiT vears now. and at some very try
ing periods as between lSUMi.1. for insi-ante-ind
I shall not give it up till I see
much irrsver reaon for so doing than
there it :r present."
Miullh Mid Obarly. .
lion. "Hilly" Smith and .'!! II.Olj
erly gave us a call the other , .ind lor
a large number ol flVetin:: i.. "meats af
terwards the M'inlt'r ollioi was tilled
Willi OiD-nalSlcal echoes of llieir lausrh.
Had Governor t.'iillniii raked the Mate
with a Itii'i tooth comb lie could not have
gathered more unadulterated good hu
uior than the majority ol his railroad and
warehouse cniimdlom'is powss. Oh
erly'a story, with Billy Smith's l.-mjih,
would bankrupt a clmi il brought in
The llraMwoort ftlrik l.u.letl
The coal uiiuers' strike in Itraldwund
Is at lnt at ant nd, the strikers having on
the 2:id, accepted the terms ottered by
the compni.iea. Those ol the late Mrikera
who are leveuiploye I are to rec'-ive Hii ir
back py witiiisi twenty days iuel llnne
for whou there. U ut) work lnunedhitely
are to bi idd their hai:k wu' S within
five duj. A t the miners' union meeting
on the 23J, the lirct ballot on iicevpllng
the terms resulted in tfMyotc against nr
cepttng, to ISU in tavor ol resuming
work. Then the latter number uro;e In
a body Kiid avowed their intention and
determination ot going to work, regard -less
of consequences. This had the ell'ot.
of bringing about a second ballot, which
resulted uimnimou'dy In favor of uccept
Ing the prollered terms and resuming
Vrk at once. A ear load of negro black
leg miners arrived at Hraidwoml, hut
lliev will, ol course, be Hhitjped homi lm
lUMlbitcly, in view of the happy result of
i iie rioiit ovi;h.
inm a continuous mission or 7 vks iy-
r.lllUT UOl It IHB BKVA'l K I'ASSKS
uiniMAN's iiksom'tion, ASH 'i nr.
IK.M0l'RATS AUK VIC'IOniOl'H.
Special to Hi'- St. Louis Itcimblir an.
YYakiii.wi'o.v, Noy. i!7. At half-past
three this afternoon the contlmiotis scs
sion since 12 o clock yesterday was
brought to a close by the passage ol
Tburman's resolution, the vote standing
20 to 27. The session to-day was dull
and monotonous, tho speech of Colliding
at three o'clock this morniug being the
last event to arouse any excitement
From that on the struggle was merely
ono of human pliyshjuo and as 'all sides
weru wearied and all that could bu said
had been said senators lolled about the
chamber answered to roll calls ol which
thcro were torty-ninc in all.
which was un impromptu ellort, isj.ro
nounced by nil as one oi the best id his
life, lie spoke about an hour, and made
a more reasonable argument against
Uuller, on the ground ot his connection
with the Hamburg aT',iir l.hun has ever
yet been made in or out of tho senate.
Without waviug the bloody Shirt, he held
up the massacres la Kdgcliuld and Lau
rens counties In a new light, f o lar as
they affected tho election of the- legioia
ture which sends Jiutlcr here.
Noticeable alter Conkling's speech was
Huyard's, in which lie alluded to I he ex
treme personal character ol the -debate,
saying that things had been charged by
senators against a 'man who had no voice
in the clintnltrr, and which the shuic sen.v
tors would not chargn where the acs
cussed would havo an opportunity of re
senting then), lie notified the senate that
he would at some time trom his place lu
the senate again refer to the indiscrimi
fcAIil.V 1 HI-'. M.lliM-.ti
people began crowding the galleries, and
tresh from their homes looked down up
on the weary senators who had all
through the night been in tho close air of
tho Senate chamber. Ransom has not
yet so far recovered Irom the attack which
proslratud Mm during his debate with
lloar lu the niht as to be uMMo he out.
of his room. No serious results tire np
Tho Republicans let the vote conic
this alternoon becntiio they taw there
was no hope of defeating the resolution.
A contest will spring up to-morrow,
however, as to the quebtlou ot privilege.
Republicans will claim that Kellogg'
case 1 ol a higher privilege, but the
Democrats will probably prevent Wheel,
er from deciding the question by moving
to lay upon the table, which motion in
tho senate does not dispose linnlly dt a
subject. This being carried thev will
move to swear in Hntler.and then'delmto
or whatever there is ot it left on the
merit ol the case will begin under thn
rule which allows two-thirds ti smpend
the rule any time during the bet, px
days ol a session.
TUZ 8P..fATORlAt citists now IT WAS
IIROCGBT AHOIJT DISA.MAIIi I'KtlRO.N--.1!
ETISODKS AXD SKKTCUKS-HIl.t.ANU
BATARM H I.lTUmi IN KKVAJM -CRC-VfR
IS HKECOX RI.AINK IN MaIKK,
and rAni.nsos ix cofin. ni nny rr
THR It J-M I. It i:B, WOl'tb THAT 1 IIF.Y
on itrcnr won.n comk!
I rem our rfRul.r i'rr(iiOii' in, Nov.
You have been maJo aiquaii.h d ere
this with (be historical fact that the
Dcinotra' have gained, for a moment,
CONTROL Of JOB th.SAli:,
though Ihc defection oltwo southern R".
publicans. 'J Ids in Kurojuan govern
menls would be called a crisis, and any
ejdsodesol the transfer or seizure of the
legblallvo sceptre cannot but be lnter-sl-
St hKKA IN TUB SE5A1K. ,
To careless lookers ou from tin guile
rie there wii nothing of unusual inter
est occurring on lnt Wednesday In the
A mei icsn J louse ol Lord. True the fa
mous Senator lien Hill was making
speec h on tho Kellogg vs. fripolford aud
torblii vs. Cutler cases, and ho wa lis
tened to very attentively by tho Demo
crulic senators who Ulhd Iheir seats in
th tloifekt ordtr. The Rviuhlien rn-
torwiU little aitontloii to tbu rcuiaiks
of the pcei iioni Geoigla; Senator Cou
kltng epeclahy seemed studiously- inat
tentive, but It is characteristic ot tils
senator to treat as "trifles light asrlr '
the remarks of both,
KKIII.NO A.N'U I OU. '
Mr. LI ill talked on and on, und the gitl
lei ies listened anxiously lor he,rash
hiirM of eloqtiencu Ljr which he Is fam
ous but there was not a aptuk of tiro in
any thereof he s.id. Jle had evitlmtly
no Intention ol lepeatiug the blunder of
his amnef.ty rhvtoric. It was bis first
speech in the .Senate, or, at le.i't , in the
L iiltcd Stales Scnato, but be sjioke ex
teiiiporaneouly. without. note, and with
a-; little muirra-sueiit a ii ho were at
home again in the. Confederate Senate,
or before a (ieoria court. In all that he
says Mr. Hill bus the perfect reliant,
though nnobtriidve poiie o a more con
cioti bnt not vain of peer-dilp with the
troiii Oregon, of the committee on i-lec-Hons,
interrupted him with question", but
quickly sat down, now plii.wed with
ready replies and Hurried and cx.clt.-d by
his own heroic during. There jj no plui e
w hcr. the contract between weak and
able men i? im.re pronmineed limn in the
nn no, 'of the I'ldted Sla' o Senate. If
St uator Mitchell hud been coiiielit'd ut
(but moment to appeal to the galleries,
an in the gladiatorial contests of old. n
vcrjeii thumbs would havo con tKiuiuft
him to legislative death: uch Is nurrx-
.itioii ol the ciime nl meilioi rit v in
natltmul councils. Senator Hill did not
speak lunger than twenty-live minutes,
and after a few jiaa-e with parliament
ary fulls between Seiintuia llor, Thur
man and I.'onliling,
H.NATOI! l!A Al:D
ol Delaware gained I he lloor. Mr. Hay-
ai'd can ny more In less good I'.ngli h
than any senator in the hambcr. llh
prcrenceis noble, manner Is dlgnitied
hi rhetoric is ediapte, and his speech'1:
are, Intermiunl le. He is the Uemt" ivie.
rc-:tiurce for the
rovsi vi'Tiiis or tjmi:.
On any question, and without, a nu.j
uient's preparation, b can talk inoilen
sively, as regardsgramuiar, loie or rhe
toric for two hours, watch in hand. The
old habitues of the gallery, and especial
ly the veteran journalists who have begun
to crowd the reporter's division, realize
that beneath all this dignilied How o
Irrelevant talk, and superficial placidl y
of grave senators, there Is in progress a
purlurtiou struggle, a struggle that will
MAHK AX EPOCH IN' A NATION'S UIRTOnv,
a civilized bloodless readj ustme.it ol po
licies sucli as have been decided in put
ages only by an Increase of the census of
widows and orphans. The Democratic
ranks are yry compact, every senator
Is In his seat or in sight of it. The Re-,
publicans are not prepared for a battle
that must depend entiiely on numerical
superiority. Two ol their senators are
absent. The Bonanza Senator Sharon,
of Nevada, has not been In bis seat this
sesslou, and Senator Patterson, of .South
Carol in, is In the court room, where the
murtit-rers ur Lincoln were convicted, to
answer the charge ol
iiiiiRrar axo oj(i;iTi.
lint the Democrats seem even more anxi
ous than the Republicans lor hi? presence
in the Senate chamber, he has been sus
pected of late, und there is signilicciice
in tho laet, that, not.w thtnding his pro
tracted absence at trial, he has
neglected to pair with a democrat.
Senator Futterson did not put in an ap
pearance, but, In spito ol hid absence, the
the Ocuioerats had a majority ol one,
and for the first time sixteen yei the
control of tilts Senate on any
VITAL POLITICAL qt'KRTION
was in the hand of the Democrats. On
the following day there vs an u.ii.iurn
ment, to mvetiiiic und hurry up the re-
su Vii Sharon, of Nevada, the lilm her
who It is hoped will skip across the con
tinent and arrive in time to save the day
but with tho votes ol Conover and Pat
terson the Democrats will still have it
majority ol one. Their plan is lir-t to
seat, i.uiler and Kustie, und with this re
inforcement to beat Kellogg and scut
Spott'ord. Maine and Orgeoti are paired
in Senators Blaine and Orover, who are,
at home In th.ir iespcctlvpstat.es. Iilaine
is expected to arrive on Monday, and it.
s said his pair wil It (.rover will he
1 nu M'ri'ATioN
Is very txclllnff, and there is a prospect
lor the development of niueh bud feel
ing. M idi will depend upon rife rulings
ol the vice-president on the questions ot
precedence in the motions now bclore
Vesterday there was
A CAt'CI. S
or republican senators winch wu ai
tended by Mr. Patterson but not by .Mr.
Conover, There was nothing delinately
decided upon and afier a talk of a hall
hour's duration the caucus adjourned.
Next, Wednesday Ims been iudlctfeil as
the day lor adjournment ol J he extra
session, but It Is all uncertain. No sena
tor or member can ioru than guess at
tho time, and since the regular session
will begin with the following Monday,
the adjournment will he duly loi uml.
Ilailurk or .'littery, "" "
Dr. W. I'., lloyt of i' )itr ucettinil
pruritic guarantee ipeetly und purmunent
c urn ol nil Chronic, cteroluloui, Private,
h ph llalc and Ketualei)iseuiei,Mpermiiter
riei , or tell-ubUHo, at hi .Metheal iu'tl
tulo, ,Ald .t C'lieimy Uloek, oppoiite lb
'lty Hull Park, Hyruuise, .N. V. iletllclne
sont to all parti ol the I). S. aud Cauada.
Don't lie deceived by advertlaloK quac.ka
who it rent our lire cities, but consult
Dr, Uoytor tend lor Ireiilar trsatinn ou
bis spoulltieii to lit I'. U. liux Utii.
I.t 1HI.SI T.Mv Kn-al tliaiiil French Kerne lr.
A Mil! DK FEMMK, or Ktllialr I'rleteJ, U tin
(utiles In the Mir of nil paliiiiil and tlanicroiin
(Imi'iiarn ot Voiir . II HiotlrTRtrH all exent,
vml ltrlot on Ut monthlr parlnd with rnlnr
Ity. lu all nmuiiaauil ipiual afffCllona, palm
in Ilia luk ur limbi, lMavlnian. faliguc on
lixbi fxrrtlun.i palpllAtlou ol' tbn lirart, low
una ol'iplrll, iiy.Urieii, lick hfad.rlte, whitrt,
aiel all inlnful ill.in oo aaioiifd ky a dlanr
il' iftl yittiu, UBn'U our Wlirn all ntlii-r
nu ant lull. I'di t- S2,u0 t llnttli., n-i br wall .
In-. W. t. l(u(, Mai bjiacu.e, V.
To Inventors i Manufacturers
Gilmore,Smitk & Co.
oliaiton of IV.Knt und Att Vny at
. , . I.awr-.. i : I i
... . AmojicAu ai.J FeraikU CaUdU.
No Fees lu Advance, imr until a Patent
Is allowed, JVi Ft -a ." mnhin'j I're-
Special attention given to Interference
Ca?es btforo the Patent OMW, Infringe
ment Suits In the diilerent Slates, and all
litigation nppcr tainlng to Patents or In
S.'ivl Sliwipfvi- Iiinj!il'.l oj .S'ir'i Pii,7i'
niMioiu:, smith. - (.v.,
C::i r. SV., llu..v''i A ('
Or XX -A. X INT, - II IK. IT
suit nil kliib O'ltiti y rrn'lii. e.
01 Ohio Leece. Cairo, Ilia.
Can Bo Beautiful
ly Dyod or He-
paired at a Trif
ling Krprinae -.
C. O. P.
Ladies isJ Gtsls'.
Old Hat3 Mado Nev.
si ts. ssh:ixi:y.
o. 'Zi). lul. Hi SI reel.
HI.VI A.l llll.N.
0-ul- r;, In
Painta, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Pupor, VinSos? OUas, Win
dow SLadob, Sio,
il-..'lVi t,u l.ui. l, liie r.:-brut, I ilii.iuiiiAtla
Oorcrr Kiavrirtta Strt aaJ Waahl
whoi.i:au; and j:i-.tai;
IM THE CITY.
Qooda Bold Vorj Clcse.
Correr 19th street antl Commerei Av?,
C. O. PATTKK CO.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mr. (,'. ,Mc.ciiii ili slr.es to tuiiioiince to
I lio jiulilic tlint .'he li-in determlneil to
do.-: ! out. lier largeaiul elegantly assorted
stock fit .MILI.INKltV (i(K)lt.S, lnclu
ding Ladles' n ilNISHIWi (;(OIs ol
nearly every ileserlplion, (M'DU
WliAir, llDIKIIV, etc., wild :i yory
large t(ii'lnieiif, ol Ladies', .lk-e-,' anil
Cliildreu'n.SlliiKS, allof wliieli niiif lie
cold witliin the next
.TT I'll TV DAYS
At Co. .NO'.V i itlie time (ur ;i(ie. to
liny Hats, ami i veiv!lilng-;e in the
itdTA (.1 I liilh iiiiiit lie setlle.l at
Olli e, (IT lliee Will In- Jillt (lilt for col-
Noy. Klili, 1-77.
m E PILES Y
j'ermancntiy euro I AO Ininilnijf Tivone
montli'n uae of Jr. rToiilnril' (,'ele'brat
ed Kit Poivder.s. To convince mifferen
tliattbefepowilera will do all wo ihtlin lor
lUcm, wc will Head tliem ly inail, jionl
paid, a freo trial liox. ADr. (iuulard U
ibo only physician tbut ban ever made tbn
dmnnKo u t,8ciKl htudy, ami an to our
knowledge thouiands bave been perraa.
nenlly cured by tbo use of tliese powdjr.i,
we will B.iiiraiitee a permanent euro ir
every ra-e, or relund you all money ex
ponued. All Flitrerern bbould nive tlie,e
rowduri un curly trial, and be eonviiieeil
of thelrenrattve power".
l'rlee, for law bor, $.1, or t boxes ;oi
llo, tent by mull to any part ot 1'nlted
statoForCmiada on receipt of price, or t y
txproiM, C. J. J). Addrena,
ASH St BOBBINS ,
SCO Fulton btruet. lirooklju, . Y,
inn Mmm nr.
!m 1U war. t m UUim i . uutwiirri
ljlTvkjre, Hi lb I'rio Urt, ntll ' w tiliv cfRU. I
n Itlirrtin tn n m JT
y ' ;-'-'.'VrgwM' ""' ,u,"r "
t l.ti...'Ov,-ittii'h i. rubra Co.. t Ijuii Mi,
a TKAiril r
Coffee, Sngar and Syruin
Specialty in Teas.
Good? Delivered Promptly.
i'. Hum. Frenlilrnt. H. Wll, Cathirr.
1'. NtU, l'res't. T, .1. Kcrlh, A.M. t'i'trr
I 'rnr Commercial Ave. aud Slh Street
K. Krft.i-,1 liri. Wiii KUlt'r, Cairo.
P. S' II, I .tir.f Win Holii;, l aiiu.
. bu.-i.nl, i, inn. K. I.. I'.illini y, Ml l.nnlt
K. Uielir. i uiro. II. Wlls, I uin').
, K II . r.rtiikman, M. I null". .
1. . l.l'-iiix.u, i :il-iIoiua.
.-ii..rnt IIitnUliiK HiiMliiraH Imne
t Krhuiiirt iittil ami hnilflit lntrrrnt piu-
n On 'aviiix I'' ,ttrlui'iil. t.tilltK'.uiiiiii iiia.1)',
bil nil ll'iniui'4 lifiitiintlv ntlrllifeil lu.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Ak t AMERICAN I'OWUIR CO.
fit Ohio Lcwba.
A M IKH1N.
iTvatisvlllc, Cairo end Mcmpliis
Steam Packet Co.,
Puducah, 8bavri6oton, Evana
ville, Louisville, (Jinoinuati
and all way luniliiig.
'I lie rb'jraut Htlt-wtietl f traiiifi
VAI.TKH B. I'a.lNlftiTOM Slu.fi1
JIIAMI.Krt 1'lHMlNurOH v.C li lk
t Will lave lalro every WKI'NK. 'IJA V al
o'elu' k n. rn.
Ti.e Hi, i .;t.-iiiier
Rai linwtliD Maf l.-i
1..ID '1 ITIJM lu I "UK
i.tuMn ( Alio ii.iv sTi:o.'i.y,
f fh b,kt rnakr eloae eoniiatilloi!. at alro
Wild ara(-e.lniia HIMiurr fur hi. i-ui. ilfui
piiifiiuitl Srw Orlen'!!", ami al Kian.vtlle with
AC. K. K. for all points North and r.ul.
uii'l vitli tl.e (.oiuavUle Mail Meamera loi-ali
joiutrt ti,p L'iper Ohio, giviuK tnrouti ri-t.-lp'.n
tin i'reiliti and parienira tu all pom J
r ,r uriht r ii;l'ormatton apply to
I A M Ki libiii.-i, l'ariwuf(er Agi-r.t.
J. M. fHlLUl'9, 'Af nt"
Ur (9 U. J. (illAHMIil;,
diilieriittcmlent aud Ovncral Freixht Agt-i,t,
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between WasliitiEton anJ Coia
morcial Avenncs, adjoining
NO CURE-NO FEE!;
i 1 1
li ti ' ii 1
All I JlT Yjw VVatiiinl.tti tret, t t rmro. f.ff ttie r nr of nil
Piltal. Chn.nlr lt.il Sur. IhI hw. hemlutA MruLnMa.
lWrou lability. (' I LmI MuiibauJ otii,ti-t.uv
rtirwl. Vif.i. i rvliit-df tlx JVii-fii) S. kinl - m
lm un' i liai K lr l pr. ikf in h IViM h'M-:.
laJLK r q'ltfin trt'ttrht-iit nii ni1 Inr4, l cru"i.
r.erv (lii.vni,. ii.n f- itiei,!,. friftr LDi f if M AH-
jnu.K i.rim:! v rv Kiu-t..i. maicuu u
lAJMr nful nlkmfti rifly V-rt.it b Hin,.le .f Id u
Jut tiuMta- u l in ulv ' '"I" tot liforinliin lv ipr-, utr
fftllAlK.U flit tUl CUuLjclllilll. lUitll tcUikli flllr, v m 0"!
OOLnrr.ATI'IMVAT H t4.Cln ip.
mi In itifl khuwn ttuild. SitHtplt Wtilrh hrt'W
Ajtul. AUtlrtu, A. tot i.tku 4. to.. Ctitcuiiu,
IOifreliyKivntoJohiiaO. H ill aa admini
Initor tit- lionM non rl' tlie eatalv r I Iohvu Clark,
il'-eca-nl, ami Kdwlu Itntlnaril o( the penjenr.y,
in the Clicuit I mirl ut Alexunilur -oiiu(y , llli
nois, ol a bill in clmniM rv to lorpr,loe a moi-t.
aunt, wlmroln ynu, emulher with, ( ima-y K
r-llllllllUU, .,lfltinA c-,ii,i,1mii, .Mn '11,1 .
DrfJti-1 ami ( liarles Kdwanl 1 raey, an lieceiv
em ol the airoaml Vinnennea railroml, anil the
l.airo uml Vlnemnen niilrnail company are tlc
lentlanu, anil Cliurlca (.'. Hohen.ai lleceivcrol
ol tins Mutual l.ile lniiininee Company" ol
lil nKO,L cotnplaiuant : ami that tin-numinous
in ni. I oumu la returuahlaon the li ret ilnyol tha
thu.lanunry term, A. 1). 1"V, ul aaitl Court to
lip hidden ut the Court lloute, in tho city of
Cairo, In mild counly, cm the lln-l.'. Monthly ul
haltiinontli. .ilateil .Nov. 27th, 1H7T.
JOHN" A. HI.I'.VU, Clerk of aald Court.
Kamiii. I'. WiiiiKLi.ii, Solicitor otComplaiut.
COME AND SEE ME
... 1 am now oflnriiv; my ontii'p
lrlUo.rit Thirty Ihjh
rAI!TIi:.S IN' SRARCll OK 11 Alt
(1 AI.N.S SHOULD NOT PAIT. TO
: " filVE MP. A CAM..
I. W AL D E R,
"Cor. Cth Strt'Ct and Ohio I.eVte.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveo,
: . And At
SIGN OF THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
. Washington Avcnuo and Eighth Streot,
White Lead, White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Cota-Hj &r lb Srui,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
' I "I '. ' '
Tho Elgin Kerosene Can
Tho Only Perfect Cnn in
tho World. Mado of Glass
end Warranted not to
Leak, Crrodo or Uroak.
Every family should havo
OIL TANKS and
Tho best in Use. Patent Domo
and Measuring Force Pump,
Manirfnnttirod hy VVilson 2nd
Eveden. We sell attlni.'
Agency and Depot for Aycrs' and Jaynes' Medi-
cmcs. Also for Wakefield's, Hartin's and Mc
Lean's Medicines. Wc control tho 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 -V.cry Cheap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen '
The Best Trusses, All Stylos
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes-
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Freo to All
The Best Extract of Buchu, ;
Tho Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans'Aguo Pads, Woods' Pills,
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinino, Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
HOUSEWIVES USE WASHINE
"I.iift week f bought a 10 rent package of Wntlnno aud 1I0110 my wimhliig in one half
the umml time at loss than lmlf tlio cot o( .Soup. 3ly clothes were whiter. J 01 J uot
have to ruh them, and it (HO not tbrink lay woolon, uml for once I wuh enabled to got a
hot tlinuar on llonduv. bo Imllun try it, und you will vo labor, time und money. It l
perfectly talo to tmo ft. MKS. A.
3 and 10 cent Packages. 1 BuyWASIIINE AT BARCLAY'S.
fnlrlori T.frtn Hoi
vrwtuwu Vmi WWQaW
Iiii Iuiloi'iCl Jlay Hum, Silonlll Cmiuda Tin
Knp lOiilish and Amrrioun Koniim Fin Im
portcd IlaiMlkeri'lilof lixiraclsj In oHkI
. nnl UottloK or In Ilrokon Qiinntl
lle nn wanted ut low priced.
Mum Your Brag
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and irlopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. COV
ERNMFMT UGIIT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
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.
f ' t
at Dr. Woods' Prices.
nn 0 Of Exquisite Pragranco
Pi l CA, I
At Barclays' DruglSioro.