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It U a btaukety blantcJ poor wind
Hut don't blow somebody some breezes.
I!y tb death ol a relative In UngUnd,
caused by l"intf kliktd by a horso, a
litimbcr ol bis poor klii lu this country,
portion ot whom reside near Sprlngllnld
In this State, have full bxlr to a fortune ot
ov.t $400,000,000, and have taken the
nivrsry steps to sucure tho s:inie.
'IBS heaviest financial crash of the sea
son is that ot tne Newark Saving Insti
tution ot Newark, N .1. The deposit
aggregated the enormous sum of tleven
millions of tioltars or the people's sav
ings, tho assets lieing placed at twelve,
millions, but as Uicmj are made up in
purl of depreciated securities, the amount
of loss to depositors cannot yet bo ascer
tained. Too Chancellor, who has taken
charge ot the Institution, has ordered a
dividend of IS per eout. to be paid to the
eredltors at one.
The efteetsol the late war new son the
grain and Hour trade is a question dis
cussed just now Willi much interest.
Speaking of the tail of I'levna, the St.
f.oulg R'puhlkeH of a day or two since
said : "The war news bal Its cfl'eet on
'change, and as there was a momentary
hesitation about operating until some
thing more definite should he known as
to theefl'oct of the tall of l'lcvna, the day
was a dull one In the grain market. Ku
ropean orders have not been withdrawn
yet, but the commission merchants here
are anxiously wailing further advices
from their principals,"
Says the Memphis Appeal'. "It is stared
that in 1'Uty six years .Mexico has bad
tiflysslx presidents ot shorter or longer
duration, generally shorter, and it is not
happy yet. With such changes, uncer
tainties and irregularities, it Is impossible
the country can flourish. Kven a stable
tyranny may keep a country prosperous,
hut without a fair amount of future cer
tainty commerce must languish, and in
telligence droop. There Is room for an
insurance uouipany lor .Mexican presi
dents ; they are more subject to aechler is
than railroiH travelers, but the rik would
be heavy, f ., ' ' ' ,
Thr Overflowed Lands Commission,
which has been in session at Kpriufleld.
lliinoi, lor some time past, consult riiix
the claims presented for tin mage to laud s
along the Illinois and LiUie tVabisIi riv.
ers. has concluded its labor-, 'J'! ,l-w-ml
"The report of the Bnrl wnssealud up
and deposited with th secretary ot S:aie
to be presented to the next Oenerai As
sembly. It shows In general that persons
aionjf the Illinois river claim damages on
17,7:18 acnw, amountinif to $171,013 I",
and that the committee leeoyered pay
nieiits on II, '.'JO acres. umoiiniin? to
JG.M9 00. The elaims oti the line ol the
Units Wabash, are for dimajreg on 1.400
acres, and amount to J7,UJ0.OU. '1 lie
( OiamUhion reouver Tmjmenr on 1,112
"aer.', amountiug to $13,S70.00.
The Louisville Cviiritr-J'.'Hnml says:
"The jetties at the mouth ot the .Missis
sippi may be regarded as an assured sue
cess to the lull measure of Captain Kads's
reaouiablo expectations. The Mississippi
will nut hereafter, at least for some years,
l obstructed by any barriers, and should
I'ucoiiie, da nature designed, tlmehannel
1 liruiih which the 1'ilk of the prodme of
i: t'reat valley will seek foreign snipping,
an I through which foreign merchandise
will pa6 up trom the sea tor distribution
through the west and south. The former
shipping charges at Xcw Orleans have
tijH-r.itiiti as a heavy tariff on exports,
and on imports tiiey have greatly en
hanced the general . tariff levied
by the customs. The Jetties
abolish both, placing New Orleans on a
par with the most favored ports In tbe
country. The river men are slowly pre
paring to take tidvunUge of their iucreas-
d opportunities, and at least one railroad
company, the New Orleans and Chicago,
is reported to be taking active measures
to open competition with tho trunk-lines
to the east. , Tuit will Very aoou become
a new and important factor In the freight
problem. Those lines wII find hereafter
that wben the season urrives for lake ai.d
canal competition to w ithdraw, the south
ern rail and water-lines will hi- in active
operation through all seasons. The days
fur uncontrolled monopoly are pa'sed.
and we have probably ?een the i n 1 of
extreme winter rates.
I III) KT SOIl-IHWKNT KOI I E.
SHftX rill' TO KRPOc.I. Vli MV
U ilit KJitw 4 tkcjitw Orlciiu'l.uies
i our several editorials of late, in ad
vocacy of the now trunk lino route from
Ihe great Northwest to tide water, via
New Orleans, is heartily appreciated by
the presa and people ol that region.
Valigndingham's dream of a North
western confederacy may never be re-
uliied, but certainly the events, political,
aocial and commercial, of the decade to
close In 1SS0 will go tar toward establish
ing a result which, In tttiy luture contin
gency of civil war, will find the North
western BtaU g independent of the great
East. - The ratio of capital Invested In
manufactures in the .States of lllinoL
"iscousin, iowa aim ninncsota since
1W38 Is greater than any equal portion ol
the civilized world can show lor the same
number ol years. These manufactures
embrace almost everything necessary to
tbe comfort and happiness of mankind
tvven In tbe production ot watches, gold
and silver-plated articles ol commerce,
Illinois ranki "with New England, and
rlvali Switzerland. In clothing, leather
goods, domistlc hardwares, pottery and
the tnouiand and one products of the
fume ana the forest, the Northwest is en
tlrely Independent ot the Eastern States.
W wnen w n(ja to all these the
almost Inexhaustible yields of grain and
trtock for wblchthe Nouhweit li now 10
Justly celebrated all over the world, that
MCtlon; has every reason to set up for
lUelf aaoog tbt lamlilei of nations, lu
conductor It representative tneu In the
federal toogrw.e fur tu past twlv
months has shown haw independent they
teel themselves of the heretofore domi
nant East. For this result the people ol
the Last have mu'iily to thank the giant
railway corporations which tho Ka"t has
restored and the West fattened. Whcu
engineering skill reduced the building f
railroads to a certainty, una when expe
rience demonstrated the net per cent
which a given mile of track would pro
duce, the late Stephen A. iMiglas
and other representative Illi
nois state-men provided that s ate with
a trunk line charter. The Illinois Cen
tral railroad was built ns the necessities
ol the people required, though close' fol
lowing its graders and track-layers eiiine
the pioneers. For over 11 t j 1 - - - -r - of a
ccntuary that company 1ms u. n i!i:d Us
road wholly anil entirely I11 the interest
of the people lrom w hom it receives its
patronage. Otten its rales have been
deemed excessive, but the directory only
levied an lnslgniileiint per cent on irallic
lor tlie provision ol a fund to be used in
enlarging its facilities and connections,
eventually to bundle every patron. Ir
lias never, to any extent, been Hie victim
of unfriendly legislniious, and, although
relieved ot lu;al taxation, yet it annually
pays into the state treasury a gross per
centum reaching the heavv sum ol
While other trunk roads luvu bteu
operated by their directories lor the pur
poses ot political etleet of securing subsi
dies and ot robbing the people, Hit; Illi
nois Centrsl directory has steadily pur
sued Ihe one aim and object tut' wkh.Ii it
was orgauized that ot providing h s.ilo
and speedy nutlet Iroui the giuuarv oi
the world. To-day 11 feels Unit mission
is accomplished. It now only reinaui
for the people of Xi'W Orleans 1,1 tuiiill
their mission. Dy flic eoii-olid.iiion ol
the New Orleans, Jackson and Cairo Ion s
wilh the Illinois Central, an iuibnil.i-li
line is given bet weeu thuOnil and Lake
Michigan, bi'tweeu New Orleans imtl
Sioux City. This line laps a country
equal in extent to tlie empire ol N.ti-tr
William, in prodiiciiveuess ol errcils,
equal to the legions of the liahie; in
cattle, in multitude, 'is the pampas im
South America; iu swine, uioii; than
enough to make glad the heart ol t vi ry
Irishman 111 the world. What the Hud
son is lo New Yoih, the Thames to Lon
don, so can the Mississippi be made Irons
New Orleans to the (iult i highway 101
the commerce ot a continent. That wiw
Henry Clay's id. ti that the dream ol
Chicago has no jealousy of St. Louis;
on the contrary, Chicago lor lb 1 ;y years
has been building Rnd improving her ca
nal between Lake Mit-hU.iti and the Illi
nois nvi-r wilh Ihe single nlijcct of eiieap
ening liaiisi'Ortatiou to the tjiiit. I In
vast ivginn drained by the 1 1 1 i r 1 i - 11
trul is not tributary to St. Luui--nivir
Can be; too many ea.-t and ut roinl
traverse it. li tan only be made trilaita
ty to New Orleans by the lilinoi- Cei.
tritl's laeilitie- and what New Or'e m-
tiny lime iu o!!t in :li way ol 1 J.-vui. r ,
ttkiviiouses a;.d steituiUiip iile . M)
il'idi :.-'.ar,d.t.g is tlii.l tht- charter of tie
1 1 uuW ttntiui ceiupaiiy does not alinw
it to own cr eper .ri' -t-am-l.ip imes. 1' -c;uitia,:t
will be aaip;.v tudilled wh-'li I!
brings ilit: ianueiise m caith of Ihe iiortn
wisland !. s it in the lap of New Or-It-..!.'.
K.iilvray men are st iriled at this move
Oil the part of the Illinois ' rntral. It
has been done so quietly and yef so sure
ly that they have not l.ad time to es'i-UiuU-
the Urribhi blow it will be to them
how completely it will counteract ev
ery moveineiit tlieyhad in contemplation
touching a pareelingout of the tiatiie be
tween tba Northwest and a market. Vou
see for tho pat ten years the principal
summer employments of the Scolis. Car
rels, Jcwtrtls and Vandci bills have been
tluist! ol euliiriL'Ht one another's throats,
ami the only winter employment that 01
cutting the throat of the puoplfi. Lust
summer these railway kings entered into
a conspiracy against the public aed made
a truce with tlumselves. A syndii'ate or
pool was formed to go into operation so
soon as the great lakes should close. Hut
hardly had the details been arranged than
this wove of the Illinois Central comes to
light and they me in despair. 1 he pres
ent tariff between Chicago ami Liver
pool. 70 cents, is not too mtieli, but the
the Eastern pool dare not rai-e it a lra
tion.for the Illinois Central can, it the
proper marine interest is scoured, adhere
to the old rate and make a little money.
Taking Sioux City as the gathering point
of tho vast products of the Northwest,
and the distances to Liverpool arc as
I-roui Sioux City via liostou. 1, ol'' 1
From ."moiix Uty via ' '.'ilmns, ;
Without explanation. Hie-o figures
would stand t the prejudice "I the New
Orleans route. Cut yon rem tuber that
to get a loaded car lrom lie; northwest
to an eastern sea port, It i: 'i pass ever
three or four different Hik a railroad,
llailway men tell me that it is impo.v-ihlc
to get a freight train intmdoutot Chicago
under twenty-lour hours, and twelve
hours at Toledo or Oetroat and ItufUlo.
Whereas, the car loaded at Sioux City,
Chicago or anywhere on the line of the
Illinois Central, goes direct to New Or.
leans with one billln;: and only the delay
ol changing crews. It is safe to assume,
when the Illinois Central enlarges it tide
tracks on the divisions soulh of Cairo,
that it will transport the products id the
northwest to .New Orleans In is hort a
lime as- they can reach an eastern sea-
iioit, ut it will be no use to dump
those products down hero without oilier
facilities tor forwarding them. The
jetties must be made a success : steamers
now lying lien to tne pit is 01 tne .Mcrry,
the Clyde and the. Thames must be nur-
cha-f d or chartered ; additional elevator
facilities provided ; capital In lariro
amuuuts brought into requisition : Mark
Lane nabobs cajoled; Scotch, ircncli
and Irish millers interested, m tact.
The men of New Orleans iiiu-.t to as
active and enterprising as are the men of
Boston or New 1 ork. Io these thine,
and then send your drummers into Iowa,
Illinois, Minnesota, v isconsin, rsebrasU,
as now you send them to -Missis-ippi or
Alabama: trade colli, sugar, iim-i-scs.
all your products, for bacon and grain,
as now you trade tor cotton : ctuhlMi
honorable commercial relations with this
new world, and you will find t lie Illinois
Central a great highway equal to all your
demands. 1 uu will find what we ol Ill
inois have al way 1 found it an honorable,
high -minded directory that never sought
to kill tin goose that laid the golden egg.
, ... ...
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, indis
cretlons or excesses, or some drain on the
system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. !W. It tones
up and invigorates tho syotetn, Imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenatti tlio entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. 1'riceH
per single vial, or .1 per package of five
vials and $3 vial of pow der. Sent by
mall ou receipt ol prlcti. Address
lluuiphrty'a Uoueopalhic Medicine
Company. Kit) Fulton street N. Y .
signal scnvicn Rr.ronT.
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. JAMHS M. WATSON,
,a.-tj'ni Siii-ttl Striif, L'. , -V
The Charlie Morgan night before l.t;l
passed down wilho.it, making additions
here, bat having lo nii f r perhaps 201
tons ol freight. Among her pas-enger
lrom this city we noticed the name npo'i
her register ot Mrs. M. 1L St. .1. Dillon
Lee, who goes to Bayou finula, we be
lieve to visit her relatives.
The City ol Chester yesterday bi ought
6;! sacks see 1 for reshlpment to Chleigo,
and has a lijilit cargo lor St. Louis.
We re;ret to learn that Capt. !! W.
Ihiuan is quite sick nt St. Louis.
In the SI. Louis Ercnltiy VUputth of
Friday we ate pained to notice the diiatli
of Ml-s Moilie Simnies, aged i: years,
daughter of Captain Simnies of the tow
btwt My t'hoie.e. it was to her bedside
that he was summonsed when (.'aptuin
Toms relieved him on rhe My Choice.
The remains of the Bismsrik, consist
ing of live boilers and a lot ot old Iron,
were sold yesterday at St. Louie-.
The Onrdlier I'afetit Wheel Is to lie
tested on ihe little yneh' .T. 1. sdmins.
Ctuiiiuodore I!. C. lirey is In St.
The .liiines 1. I'm k.-r, lor Meinihis,
wa- down last evening.
Will Hays says tho "naughty boy" ot
tim DLipttth nt Pittsburg ey-s "Tbe
'. earner Charles Morgan belong to the
1 iniiinuaU pool line with the undcil:;r..l
'ng that she eomi s and goes j:t-.t wKru
she plcfle. Thst's the kind ol a piml
line to belong to." I le ought to be "kept
in" at recess lor Unit.
Kepublic-in 1.1th: The captain
ol the small screw proptlhr
Dispatch, now lying at Cairo, .-ays
that with her iie can handle J.Udutok of
fre'ght. Itnt h. his net 1 Ix.-r barges nor
.Sixt.whree million bushels was the
arnniiiit ol co d and coke shipped by rivtr
trom Pittsburgh 'tilling l-7ri.
"Ni:w Oi.I.i:as. D.e. 1J. 16". -Our
survey today sliows twenty-two foot
channel Ver two luindred teet wl'e
evrrywlKT'! exupt at two small ydntv
tle. re !f,i.t widlh is oiie Iniiidi'i d nnd
sixty ami one innidii d md n'veidy-lif
r. spi -eiifelv. '1 v.'tii'y-two mid nine,
tenth- f it lorT d. ptii throiich.
".lis, it. Kiiis."
The Itelle Memphis wa3 r;ii!te well
ladfii tT Memphis.
The Joseph II. Big ley with coal lor
Li.nis ariivn.1 yesterday. rf
Among 1 ho boils due aitf Ark. Pi lit
for I'.vatisville, Moilie Moore, Gold lu-t,
and Ciand Luke and biirgi? for New
Orb ane, Jim. B. Maude tor VicUsburjj
are due to-day. That little aflair lx
tw.-en Dr. Bradley and Co). Hudson Is
or. Hudson eani. to town end Bradley
earn'; to terms r.ivl fennui earni'ge whs
thus avert"!. Cnpt. r. M. llradly hit
Si. Louis yesrerday lor ViLUtinrg to tuk
eouiiiiuiid oi the tex IConntrline 'No'tt
iv''li!ar now completed.
(u.itr suit K Vltt,
Mrs. Sain Williamson bis bought a
large sample lot ol woolen goods Which
she assures the public is the linest lot that
was ever brought to Cairo. They consist
ot infants' Jacques up to children ol eight
years old, of ail tsiyles and colors. Also
children's hood?, fascinators, scarfs, mis
bias, icgglns, inlants woolen shoes and
stockings, ladies' hose, infanls' caps, lit
tle boys' caps and hats. Also a line ot
lurs, suitable tor children's holiday giltg,
misses and ladies' furs at Chicago prices.
I now will call the attention nt the pn
Mir t tey Lrge toji ol millinery goods.
I do not advertise them at eost, for that
has got to lie tin old dodg. Call and see
mo before buying, and you will find my
goods as clwap if not cheaper than goods
sold at cost by other panics. I keep a
variety of littlo things such as collars,
cud's combs, rubber bracelets, perfum
ery, and jewelry of all kinds, suitable
lor holiday gilts. I'loriline, for beautis
lying the complexion. Also badges for
thf Cairo Temperance lUfonn Club, for
ladies and gtinla. 12-1 t-2t
"iicriiiiiu ftj ritp."
No other medicine in the world was
ever given such a test of Its curative
qualities as llochep a Oerman Syrup,
In three years two million tour hundred
thousand small bottles ot this medicine
were distributed Irec ot charge by drugs
gl--ts in lids country to those alllicled
with Consumption, Asthma, Croup, ec
vorc Coughs, Pneumonia und other (lis
fuses ol the Throat and Lungs, giving
the American people undeniable proof
that Oerman Syrup will cure them. The
result has been that druggists m every
town and village in the United Stuftjs are
recommending It to their customers. Oo
to your druggist, and asK what they
Know about it. Sample bottles 10 cent"
Kegular si.e 75 cents. Three doses will
relievo any cue.
LM. Uraxton has returned to his old
stand In the Reiser building, where lie is
U tter prepared than ever to accoiumo
luti his patrons and the public who
may favor him with a call. He has gone
to considerable expense in llttlng tip a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all tho latest Im
provements and conveniences. He em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize hltn will have their wants
attended to 111 style and will , receive
. ol le to all Pnrile t'oneernetl.
Notice Is hereby given to all parties
having claims ot whatever nature against
Alexander county, that they will De re
quired to make oath to the correctness ot
the same before the same will be allowed,
as provided by Section 35. of Chapter 34,
ol the Revised Statutes ol IUliiola.
Sam'l. J. H'.'mm, County Clerk.
Nov. 2S, 1ST. 11-2MOI dlw.
Tho Turner's will give Grand lyall
at their Hall on New Year's evening.
Thry know how tri 'do If '-" '-
.,.', ' - COIIMJTTFE.
- lUrsftina kxtrnord!unr,r.
i J. furfer has recently losed out ev
eral large lots of Foreign and American
Dress Goods, anil is offering the samn at
prlcej teyer tklort) known la thU olty.
Call and; be iouvlnced at'j. BurgerV,
Commercial avenue, Cairo,!!!. ' 12-lS-tf
K A M il.'lLSA V a TliW TR A DK
e 111 supplied with choice lowu butter
Id HI lihiolevee. ff. 11. Lr.P.ll foV.
; win. Klrimuil
Still presides at Hie corner ot Seven
teeth street and Wellington avenue,
and lias us nsii.d h line variety ol dress
ing vases and parlor suits and calls spe
cial alteiiiioii lohis iliie lo Ol camp and
folding chairs. - ' ' ;
Comf, Iook, buy, pay nntl then fall to
the rear l make room tor the next cus
tomer. - hn.
Mr. Oeorge Wise, tonsonial arll-t.l tte
wiihConra.l Alba, the Sixth street bar
ber, litis opened a shop ol his owii on
( hio Levee t wo doors abovu the Planter's
House. Mr. Wise s a 'firatwlass barber
and a clever gentleman, and in his inter
course, with hi" patrons is always atten
tive and courteous, Ilis shop is fitted up
in tine -tyle, Hinl he. asks his old Iriends
and acquaintances to give l.im a call.
J: PETTIS & BIRD,
turner 14th street and Washington
avenue have the best selected stock of
staplo and l.iney groceries In tie city, so
c..!l on them Mid' get your Christinas
supplies at . .
:ilo a Lira-; lot ol toys will be sold atcusi
to close out. Pile works sold Vi ty llleap.
1.1 l ii liliott, Ueilli l' m mill U 1111 II
liicturer of I iiriiiiorss.
Oilers -pioial ir.duC'Uients in Pressing
I'lisesiiinl Parlor Sniis. Al'oin all v ui
ilirsof I'upult tui-, -Helm-; Folding, Camp,
Cane, Von-I Sea?, l.'oekers and chairs;
lled-tcids, Hiiifaus, Lool.ing -Olaifes,
Mat.rci.--es, and all other articles Of furni
ture inuuaginable... The. Moody chasm ol
bottom prices lint tn r-aclvd, and Mr.
lCiclilu ff no-.v t-in.s re-idy to meet the
reasonable ri iju'remeMs of the closest
buyen, 1 itht r ol lar;;e or small quanti
ties', an? sHii-faetion gu.irnni ed. Po
lib nr" and "nnrtcMi tr'i.ment nesurc'J
all .vhitij to ex'.iulnc goM3. f invite
nil ptrson t.i iMme and tool; at my stack
and oMft.ii my prices, huctcry and sales
room corner 01 Sfvn'.ttf-ttlli strw-t und
Washington avenue. 17-liu
The regular aumul inueiing of Ihe
stockholders of the City Xaflontd bank ol
Cuiro for the election ot a board of direc
tors will be hld nt the office of the bank
on Tuesday, the fcth day of January, 1S73,
at the hour of 10 a. m.
W. Ihw.or, Cashier,
ftse. 7, IfcTf. . (IKod.
tOMMISsluNKIt b SALE.
In mifuance of iiidsraem of SlcCraUen Coin-
rn jii i'ka Court, tendered xt in September Term
I -77, in tne anion ol J. It lerreii s Aumininra
tor. iilemiiraruinslJ. 11. lemU'hir, etc., de-
fsMJ.ints, I will on
MONDAY, JANPAKY SSih,
O'.c'ni County Court day), at Ui f'irt Ifouts
dixit in lihndil'.(, Ky., sell to tlie hithe.i bidder,
on a ciedit of 0, I.', Is .mil ;l momlij, the fulbu i.ig
ilccnud irouerv. u :
Front loti Km. .'), S. nl 0 fronling on the Mt-
pisKif.pi rivtr j j.ut ro- .1, coi.Tniiiin;; i"vi.-; l.ui
No, 4. containing m aero, and Lot No.t), conoiili
inz MU acw lyinc in the town of iillmnre, at the
. ' . f .u. k: .. u r 1 A
it.iilroa'1, opposite ('tiro, Illinois. Also back Lot
No. J. wllicii is tubdivided into two lull, the one
leriiuuuiiis vi me , , r. a. j.. M-.. biiu jik.k.j
conuininj acres, the other containing l-i
acres, the wiiole lyina in the I'eter hheptard sur
vey m liaiKtru iuuniy, r-eniutity, wnn.ii was ui
rided iulo the lout aforesaid by V. II. lieeves,
iXJinmlssionrr ol thli court, and lor .1 more partic
ular description of the loti riforesaid reference Is
here nwle t" tie fat of Division on file in this case,
Aisu the following trails of land, vir. Lying in
Ballard Ouniy, near i'iilKenn'n Old Mill, tieinf
the laud sold by J. II. Terrell to William 1'iilKcou
and boiiBht baek by I. 11. lerrell under a tuUg-
men! for the purchase money. Lying ou the waters
f hhawnef l.rc-k, lieginninit at a Hake a larse red
oak, two hiikories and iweet gum pointers norlli
t.m Corner, ihvnce north k" o west 147 l le to a
while oak with sweet Z'ini. white oak and ash Dnint -
ers, oonier svhh 'I'h'.ti.as Harlow, thence north 1"0
Do:c In a stake witn r.ictury, tliiun uiuck gum sap
ling standing hs pointers on east bank of a branch
comer Willi J. H. ierrcll's land, thence south B7
cast I I-', poles to il slake, with two white oaks at
pointers, corner. I- II. 'ierrcl's land, thence llii
poles to the Deeinnm;. conuming 1'tl acres, Demg a
mrt of the land conveyed by Lasiius M, Clay to .1.
II T t, I - . . . . .
U. lerreii. mi pari 01 uie survey paicwcu w
Col, John HariF, the same has been eluded Into
t0 lots, Hat. lanil 'J, by the Commissioner a tore
s'nil, wbich report of division is on file and here
refvned to. 1 he purchaser will be required to give
lioud wilh good security, bearing interest Inim
day nf sale, haviiip force of replevin bond on which
eX' Ciitlon inay issue when due.
This :!rd day of December, Is", ,
C. s, MriKsiiM.L, i I. I). Wilcox,
li. W. liKKVKKs, J W, li. KKIVKK,
I'armanently cured no humbug Dy one
month', uaave of Dr. Goulard'i Cele hrat-
ed Fit rowden. To oonvin auiTarera
that these powdurs will do all we claim lor
ttiem, we will mnd thorn by mall, pout
paid, a free trial box. At Dr. Ootilitrd la
the only phynlcinn that has ever made this
discnse a tpeclul atudy, and a to out
knowledge tboinand.i havo been perrua-nt-ntly
cured by tbe me of thcae powd m,
wo will guarantee a pitrinaiitDt cure ir
every i-aoe, or ruiunu you uu money ex-M-nued.
All Hun'arera ahoilld klve these
l'nwderaan early trial, and be convincml
oi taeireiirative powera.
Hrlee. for laree box. 8.1. or 1 boxen foi
rnt by mall to any port ot United
Stuteior Canada uu if;r,i Ipt of price, or ty
r xpresn, c. U. It. AUiireas,
a htreui. Hrooklyn, -N. Y,
una Fulton hireai.
ihnrm"t O Uaytliorn A Co., Is tins ilr,
diiuilvd, J. 8. Howe, orcinr.lniinll, retlrea, H.
I UviDgston, Uiro, HH.,aauiiltn. BiyUUio
'it .1. Si llowa.
HKSWT Plaiar Ton AI'CO
In thr World. AMK FOK1T.
TAKE KU UTI1F.K.
. " j l-VU BALK BV All, llhiLIHS
wi i pi.io.
tit. PlOHttR TOUCCO CD. BROOKIVM. N.I
Of Ten Years' Duration. Tho Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smell and
Taste WlioL'y Gone, Entirely
Y Cured bj
sahfor:; radical cure,
rMaatra.WeoJlflra'.'fr! Ointtemii ITmI com
eiled to aiknowieiue to you u (re st ben-ai
ioD'a TisDiPat. Ina bus been to n. Foi
ten y.ara I Lai tr bt.ii sittkies -villi a lata ioathioma
Illseaie, and epii:ls)' In lint winter time hat It
leen moat severe. IU" ilUcnnrgo bu been thick
aud bloody, emlttlnif a f nt odor so bad that to
iiresenre In room Willi oinwa waTery oOuiiiItd
lo tliera.Oii" iu W SIut r" ineuc'rjn ilia us i.l
Il at all.
feutMPOKD's IIsmoal Ct nr. 1 w nor troubled wliu
U at ail. .Mysrnsijol tisionmi cne'i,
wkullu iron., bsve noir lullr returned, f
Ciai Coollli 11 amcli imnrov.Ml Yoiua,
aiEi.i.octvx it. rom ,
0:d E-vrma, Mica., f v
ii ; nr.
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rn rtf r m
Ol tj VO , ( IlOiV j 10 UK. I, lit' I Wl.l
i: li f i .1 i. i.i. ,u" li .a i.sU Obtttit
i: U 70 ID.
SANFORD'S RACtCAL CORE
lu l .ur-li,, .1. ) iiiiii,ii., ... ai-i'. v. it; .ator.s to
IJUtl'i or H at- i. v . .1 l.,'S . tli lt hl
ln-tw .." :i - by ..,u- - ' ni'j vi u. v.iw
Ihit atttfi 1. ..i: - -
pi-rMt's"" F-r a'fli!. t n" in'd nnr1 Arsttiry
hiVI-r I' 'l til Hl.ll s . 'v I v--, !.. ot
Mfa'lnif fc.-rxrl:,.. .S uirtiv oi ill, i'r,
js-ai mi irv.i'riMii t:iM c; i. . Hir.a'i'.'.v'Met
111 the tlftaii, Jj,Ai..'M, IfltUbS li4d
au'tia, I'a'iie In Hi- itu.nr. . l.o ol Hi"
tlenoM o! 'J'Maie ami Sin' il. I.l.ii'i ii u.n u(
tbe i;vn!.t. j iitluiit'. '.mi t U' tuns..,
IUt l 111 Snio J ii I ', i s Kl'iu !' ' ..!
C ootllt. ilfuiisil.ti, atu. ai.ai.uuis, o' stist
' Ita'-b T!'VS7 r"l'' S fi'-."r l-rr,-n-J
tnbaliiiV'l :l". "'iliil ill's e.U , -i.rJ o!.
et'Otiou. .or iii J f'i '"i"' I "i . ' e I'
all 'jt.e-ia m-i r-i I i.i.rf..'s i.. -i ...
Mironai- -ii!t -. ' - " "-'Ri
ai r-uTTKi:, 0u. i.i.l.i- u V I., t i i.u-
g.sU, I'vo.O, -it J.!.
AS Be(tr(v0l"n,' HaMrr-,
a tin!"' Mi' iit-"'' i i- -rrandi-al
urstlu ,'-iit n!u- v
l. t'iiiiia- tjfl
f.Dil utterly S3--pis.i.iirs!irii.er J' .i-ira r.si. irni ro
n use. Tney a.-imn pi sn m. r ja ot.e 'f. tBin
be old Plsnr : ',cf as Cvl
1MIT Ae.-t:nt;l i.f .!'! Hi's,
llelleva ABei:tinn rf the Uinirs.
lrllev Anectlonsorti.o Hnan.
Il.lles a 4tlecti'nortu, Liver.
Jin I leva A ntll .if ui' tn e V.ae if .
itllero Airtctl"i.(ftl.o Kldi.e
Ilelleva AUrtt'.i t,sr.f t;.c Ne.-v 9.
KelltT Af (die tft! M SCI'.
ItelleT All'ectit,na ct tlie .luiuia. .
Heilevn Attrcl:oun ft!." M nrj.
ItoUiiva AHi.Uuui ol tec bwawi.
$t rnattef wiat ma? be the, xtent ef yof wfTef.
Ing.tryontor tin s Waster, lii-lkfn tiuiuiiKina.
aui, a tact support il by bnnilratl. ortestliuonials lu
tnir bosmwIou. Bar In mlad tbal tbo most impor
tant alacoverles In pharmacy date tiatlr lessthan leu
fears, and that combinations of (fnms and essrnee
Df plants and ehroos are herein united witn Hiec
Melt to torm a curatlva PlasUir, la aootblnf . beat.
Inf. aad itrenirtbenlnK properties aa far superior to
ailotber Hastera heretofore la .ussi as Uia aUututC
p Jaitiast u M we uvm-tsttiit ., - .
fla eaTefol eall tor COI.L1T8' VOLTAIC Ft. A9.
TKRlaatTOua-ataomaworttileaalmliatlon. bold by
all Wholesale and Katall IniMlitattironrtcttt tuj
LQlteo Mates ax.as-snaoiii, mu uj nsssi.ivi
lEB, Proprietors, Host on, Maaa.
CLOSING OUT AT COST
Mm, MiiLitin ff-,!.rf?H to iiiuuviti.-e to
tfeo public thtt.frm' h.1? 'Wt- rnr'n'M to
idot out lit-r lurt'.- plt jfiinily -nrUi
tork ol Mil. I. INC l: V MKHs. h.ri.
tlii) l.ill-' Fl'lfMSIJINff (UK i OH ot"
nrurly rvorv ilr-cilLtl.n,. t'Xnnn.
H EAR, llOrilEIiY. e-t., will, a vi'rv
Urjro iissnrtrni'iir ni ,nli-t'. Ml-si-s' Hnd
Cliililn ii'sSilOK.S.nl!or viiii-h nut-r ho
totl within the next.
a j .111 i
I 1 ll. JL
AK.'osr. Xo'v iiilui limn lor laliei l'i
buy Hals, Mi l ryrl liii; els.) In ll:j
IOTA M hill m!t br ct'!pil ni
onof, r.r tlii) iviJl U- j.ul out ior -o.
lorlion. '' ' . '
All mill(rfr lrom thi-i illf;ie
aoxioim to lie cureil stioul l try 1 r . Ki6
ncr'n Celobrstetl (.'onaumptlvc i'owJirs.
TIibbo povvilers ari tlie only piiai-aiinu
knowu that ill t-iii-o C'inauuipli'iu an. I all
disease of tlie thro:it ami lunirs lmlcnil,
0 utrong Is (iiir f tith in ttiom, e.n.1 :iNo to
convinco you tint tui'y r! rm ntimu'i', we
will forwarl to rwry mfl..n:r. y iiijtll
postpaid, a frte trbl lio.-:.
Wc ilou't want yourinor.. y until y.m are
perfectly MlNiad'ot tlitit- tui'ttive pnivnrs.
If you lilu i wonh u in1, u.iti't iluliv In
fClvloif thiian powilers it triiil, bs thfy 'wil
uurely curr you.
j-ric, inr nirf tios, soi.t lo i')iv part
f the L'tiite ! Status or ijaimilu lv mnil ou
reruipt of pri'-u. AiMrent,
liirt Kiilt'in ret. Hit.ol.hu, N. V.
To Inventors & Manufacturers
6ilmoro,Smith & Co.
Solicitor ol' l'4tHDtH soli I Attorney at
Auurlbuu and TortiiKB Patnt.
N'o Fpi-s In Adninnp, nor until a rutMit
i allowed. A'o I'm for making Pi-f-
Special atti ntinii given to lntprfprenco
CiiBes bufore tliu I'liti'iit Ulllor, litiriiiufi
munt .Suits lu Ihe difli-rciit Stutod, mul all
litilfiition upiMTtiiiulnj; to Puti'iilu or In
Snd Stnninjlr Hvnphht r,J Sixty Poyt
U OILMORE. SMITH , CO..
:". I Wattingon, IK C,
View of Marriage !
OTWHaaMafsAOiildato Wadfook and
unlld.nti.l TrvstlM on tlie
tutn- ol msrrio!!. and t
-1IC A'N D'j ents at Reproduotlem and
A aims lor plivntr-, con.itU
'rate rauiiug. SO) pa, si, pries
PrllVAlt rVttOICAL ADVISCR!
OnalldliorUrnoi s Trlvslo Hafun um.ni immSnl
Abuaa, En eanea, orBiKrel Slae.ieea, HU Hit titt
Sl.sn. of nir., livt Isnrr i,scf, nil, !U it,.
A OMNldAL LifvimiA on ihe alKiro dlieas ant
Cicte m th. Ttateasaral Lunsia, OaiarrU.Ruptisi-t. Un
On Um Hub t.li... erln, II, la. '
Vlthw book sent pwrwlfl on n-relrrt nt price i or
t'ililalnlliit,'rtiii.wi .neaiKIMilly llluri rated, Inr 7.
AditrewCR. bOSta. Ht. lu . hh in. it. li
1-ho '.'.IW, 70 Vlntlt. t inna . Wfles
lori. Moostorlll Cat. lor:.i-i stainp
WisntiiH iiw.st W..a,ia. Uhtcaau, ill
Cow. Mul Aula.
Ms!n(Mllu' Avaota wtuitari. Bail.
I nrss levltliiiata. P.irtlcuhirsfrea.
SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Leveft
; h ii , ' And At
' SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead - White Zinc, '
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-All Cote--hdj for Ik Brush,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Neatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
ThoElgia Korosene Ctin
Tho Ouly Perloflt Can in
th W orld. Made of Glass
aiid cot to
Iicak, (''irrodo or Broak.
r,v)ry family should have
ono. " 1
OIL TANKS and
The best in Use. Patent Dome
and Measuring Force Pump.
Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. Wo soil 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'a
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Br. Woil' Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
'- .. ...I... , .. .i
German Syrup and August Flower,
Irish, French and American Glues,
Gelatine for Table Use-Very Choap
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
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 Free to All
The Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' PillSj ;r
Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine, 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
"Lust week I bought a 10 cent package of Wanlilne and douo my waahing In one fcttM
tho usual time at lst.su tlian halt tbe ot ol Soap. My clothes were whiter. I did not
have to ruli them, ami it Uit not ehriok my woolen, aud for once 1 was enabled to jNia
hot dinner on Monday. Ho IikIIpm try it, and you will save labor, time and money. Ul
perfectly sale to ute It. - 3ifl8A.
S and 10 cent Packages. Buy WASHINE AT BARCLAT'i.
Golden Lion Cologne-0' ERS8u?.wi?tgy!ttnod
1'urc Imported Hay , IImiu, Splendid Canada TftV
Noap English and American Soap- Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract in origi
nal BottlCM or In Broken Quanti
ties a wanted at low.'pr ice.
The Family Safeguard
Awarded First Centennial Premium
and adopted after a thorough Scientific
and Practical Test by the U. S. GOV
ERNMENT LIGHT-HOUSE DEPART
MENT, Highly Commended by the
U. S. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rata the
same with Insurance Companies, Used
by Railroads Street Cars and Hotels.
. JL. V...
8 vi J H,,. ii
frrz ir - il
At Barclay Sruc Btoro.