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URO EXCAUPMINT. I 0.0. .. msrtj
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toj IB rrery month, at half-part
. A. GOMIKSO. C P .
CAIUO LODGE. NO. M7, A.F . A. M.
. Hold fsrukr eonununicalions in Ma
sonic Hall, oornef Commercial avenue
Viirhli trrvH. on U amond Mid
Vurth stondar of earn month .
WHAT THE I A PEES If.
. New Orleans 7Tim : "The Illinois
Central assumes full control ot tbe New
Orleans, Sc. Louis and t'blci go railroad
1 January 1, 1S78. The new owners have
purchased 20,000 tons of steel rails to be
laid down between Xew Orleans and
Jackson and on the northern cud of the
road. With these new rails and the gen
eral overhauling- It will nscelre, the road,
Iroui this city to Cairo, will be one ot the
(safest and best la the country."
Washington Ttltgrum, 20th : A bill to
allow tbe civilized tribwa of the Indian
Territory to elect a delegate to congress
bas been Introduced In the house and re
ferred to the committee on Indian alluirs.
J. W. Throckmorton, ot Texas, and Mar
tin I. Towusend. ot New York, hove
been appointed a subcommittee to con
sider and report upon the bill. Their
report is favorable to the bill, and will be
wade to the committee on the reassem
bling of congress. ItvUl no doubt be
adopted. If provides hata delegate,
who shall baa member of some -oiiel
tho Cherokee. Creek, Seminole, Choo
taw, or Chickasaw tribes, shall be chosen
at a general election, to be held under
the supervision and dirt ction of the sec
retary of the interior, and shall hare all
the rights, privileges and emoluments nl
a delegate irom any oil he regularly or
ganism! territories. The treaties ol 1300
ith the above-named tribes authorize
their representation In congress when
ever provision shall be made lor it.
y uincy Ilerald : ''The continuance o
the extraordinary weather of the past
two weeks is beginning to excite grave
apprehension. 'Die temperature Ins been
more like May than December. The
grass and spring Iljwers are starling up,
buds are loaning, end some ol the birJs
are building their nests, Business is at a
stand still, and no winter supplies are
needed. The farmers cannot market
their produce, owing to the very bid
roads, and it Is even difficult tor them to
gather corn in the muddy Ileitis. Alto
gether it ft an abnormal season, uud
everybody is anxious for cold weather
and a freeze up. The most vehement
blizzard Iroin the north would he wel
"The time will come w l:t n the mighty
river ot North America will agaiu bear
on its iosoin to market a portion of the
productions ot its great valley, and be a
competitor with the railways, Mweeu
the east and west, lor the transportation
ol cheap and heavy tonnage."
An exchange suys: The above is an ex
tract from a leading editorial article in
the ' -Railway M'orld Philadelphia, of
December 3. The lime when this great
revolution Is likely to take place Is by no
means as distant as the World seems to
think.. There Is now a free and uuob
strutted passage through the south pass
of the Mississippi river to New Orleans,
with the water of sufficient depth to
float some ot tne nnest and largest ves
sels afloat. The Mississippi river from
its confluence with tho Minnesota river,
above 8t. Paul, to the South Fass; 18 the
great natural ootid lor tho almost bound
less' products of this wonderful valley,
whose richness is unsurpassed by any
other in the world, and II congress will
only make a reasonable appropriation to
Improve the great river, but a few years
will pass, probably not more than a sin
gle decade, before two-thirds ot all the
grain and other products raised ia the
northwest, will seek an outlet to the
world's great points ot consumption
down and out via New Orleans.
The St. Louis Commercial Gazette ot a
late date says: " Tho lack ot sufficient
tonnage to move the probable large grain
crop of the northwest, that will seek an
outlet at New Orleans during thcentuing
spring, Is a matter which is already en
gaging the serious uttenliou of earnest,
practical men. That there Is a deliclency
of suitable tonnage, can hardly be denied,
and any determined effort to make the
Mississippi the great route for Hut grain
commerce of the Upper 31islsli'i valley
to the sn, would end In a partial failure,
and a diversion of the trado to former
routes until sucli times as tonnage could
be amply supplied. There Is a great and
pressing deuisud, if not Just at this time,
there soon will be I ir more barges, by
which grain can be transported to New
Orleans cheaper than by any other
n$.iiis. Wu hear that it is the in
tention of a company ot gentlemen
in this cltyuien of ample means
to organize at an early day tor tho pui
pose of building a large number of sub
stantial barges, which they will employ
in the river trade ot the Illinois, Missouri
and Upper Mississippi, and which will I
u;il expressly tor the carrying of gram
to Orleans. The increase ot our
river fielghtlug capacity Is so uetessary
that the proposed company w ill organize
at ah early day, and the work ot con
structing th new bargea will progress
, wltli all the celerity possible. This step
is oerUluly one Id the right direction, and
wlih the fettles un assured success, by
which route vessels ol the largest too
oageare poising iu and out at New Or
ItMos, It U evident that preparatiiini art
"J"1111 1 - 11 1 1 JW.
making In various directions to ij that
they shall be supplied with cargoes 9!
flour, grain and provisions, etc., and that
they shall not be detain si tor want of
Chicago Tinut' Washington special:
"There is evidence upon every hand ol a
combined and continued onsl night upon
the present adiuinlMration upon there
assembling ol congress, lor the purpose
ol forcing Hayes to tail at once into the
extreme republican rank, or else be re
mantled to a position of helple nega
tivenrss," All stories ol any pontile
chance iu hi cabinet sent out during the
holiday recess are manufactured. No
thing of this kind is dreamed ot by those
now in power, but not a member of the
present aumlnibtration has any idea of
the Interise feeling that U growing s.ainst
them. This feeling is
MORE Cti.MI MI'r TIU.N RIH MM-litK.
The reMing-timc of the recess, instead ol
quieting, appears to augment the fe ling.
One ami-administration nun slid to
day : "This administration is bound to
be the wori-t possible failure. Its very
weakness and unc rtaluty apuears to be
a necessary ou: growth ol its weak and
uncei lain title." All ol this bitter talk
finds uo opposer. Two points have
been claimed for this administration, one
tha. military supervision of the south bas
been ended, and another that personal
party in office has been secured. Against
the tirst tha Uepublicans are raising the
cry ol "w hat has become of tbe llepublN
can votes in the south?" aud propose to
make this a campaign issue in coming
elections. This, whether good or bad
policy. Is an accomplished fact. Enough
was shown before recess was taken of the
effort made to
STIH SECTIONAL HF.MNO,
and the foreshadowing ol success obtain
ed at that time promises lively incidents
In tbe way ot partisan and se tional bick
ering when the winter session is reopen
etlT Some of the politicians hope, by the
passage ol a silver bill, to give such an
abnormal stimulant to the drooping busi
ness interests as to enable them to take
the old financial issue out ot politics and
leave the north and south to tail out.
The peaceful theories ot Mr. Hayes are
common subjects ol derision. Something
of the standing of Mr. Hayes was shown
In the conversation of a distinguished ex
union general from the west, who Is visit
ing here : " You are a personal lriend ol
Mr. Hayes?" was askid him. "Yea,"
was his reply, "I am abou; the last one
lell." He then weut on, in conversation
to say that while he believed in Hayes, be
noticed with regret that people through
out the country were becomin? very in
different to him; that there was a wide
spread (llsbeliet In Hayes' ability to ac
complish any real reform."
A SAD ACCIDENT.
Whereby n Jinn mimes lb lleaiii !
Wile ml CBtln.
Memuhis Aalm!ie, Dec .
The Imagination tails to conceive ot a
sadder accident than that which tell yes
terday morning w ith crazing weight trpon
William U. Pryde, a detective In the city's
employ. It is no wonder that the man
is almost a madman, and only kept from
scllNdcstxuctiou by the close watching ol
bis lricuds, with the ghastly picture ol
that dying bullct plcrc jd wile and child
staring him ever in tho face, as it did the
ailrighleiicd neighbors w ho rushed to the
spot in the early hoursof yesterday morn
TBK BlX.NNUD MSN
could not speak, as many voices aked
the cause of the oreadlul scene, and kind
bauds raised the heads of his tlyinsr wile
and child. He stood like horror puiritied
griel turned 10 stone. VV ucii at last be
almost shrieked out the heart-a-ndinir
story, it was lound to be tcrritilc iu iu
brevity. He had returned to bis borne
on Alabama street about midnight. 'J'"o
hours later lie was aruusca by wnat ne
thought was a noise at hl window
Kaisinsr up m bed he attempted to draw
his revolver Irom beneath his pillow. It
became entangled Iu the bed clothes, and
given a nervous jerk by Pryde's hand
the hammer fell upon the cartridge and
it exploded. The babe, tire months ot
aire, was lying by Its mother's sLIe, both
Veaccruily sleeping, the ouuet sped ou its
way. nasHiiiK tnrouirii tne aDtiomen 01
mother auu cmiu. Oprtnc lir 1111 1'rvde
BtriicK a ngut, auu ueiore nun aw tne
picture from wboso'liorrlble spellbound
contemplation the speedy eniranco of
ucighuurs alone aroused him.
"Don't cry, poor will," said his wife
an hour later just before the breathed her
last, "I know how It was. 1 ou didn't
mean to do it, my husband. "
IX A FEW M1MTKS
Uiu baby spirit, too, passed over tbe rlv
Between Pryde and his wile there ex
Isted a tic, the tenderness of which was
frequently a matter of comment auiong
their fi lends.
Pryde is an unusually useful detective.
a mau ot gentle manners and quiet gen
tlemanly bearing, tils wile was a modest
little woman whose good Influence acting
as a cheek on the detective's naturally
degrading lite cannot be calculated. The
tragedy was the street talk yesterday,
and many were tbe words of sympathy
spoken ol the unlortunate man. The ver
dict ol the Jury of Inquest fully exoner
ates t lie stricken man.
llllnola Hupremt Court.
The Illinois Supieme Court lor tlieCen'
tral Grand Division will convene at
Sprltigtield on Tuesday, January 1, 1878,
but that beluga holiday, no business will
be transacted until the next day. On
Thursday will be bad the examination ol
candidate for admission to the bar. On
Monday, January 7. the eall ol tbe dock,
et will be commenced, and twenty cases
per day will be called until completed.
The court now consist ol Hon. John
Schordeld, chief Justice, and lions. Hid
noy Breese. Pinkney II. Walker, John
M, Kcott, lieiij. It. Sheldon, A. il. Craig,
and T. I.yle Dickey, associate ustlci.
llilusgo Jonrnil, n.
Chicago elevators, as per official flg
uros. contain I,4Si,T7J bushels of wheat;
507,547 bushels ot ooraj bi,m busbeli
of oats; 83. bushelt ol rye, and (KI2.400
bushels of barley, making t total of
'i.833.015 bushett. In addition to the
above the v.-MeU la the harbor are html,
cd with (I0.4M bushels ol wheat; 'J02.H47
bitbhois or cora. and 40 477 bushels of
omu. Toul stock of grain In store and
afloat here, 3.2.10,807 lushels.
Milwaukee elevators are stored with
87(1 481 bnib-l ot wheat; 7.AM busheli
of corn; 10,189 buxheli el oaU; M,187
bnahsls of rye, and 972,319 bushel ot
. 1 1, .
Of Ten Years' Duration. The Dis
charges Thick, Bloody, and of
Foul Odor. Senses of Smelt and
Taste W.Wy Gone. Entirely
SAhTCr RADICAL CURE,
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mroftn'n Kadioai Cruii hio bi rn to ma. For
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SlwtM, tnd fpiially In llio wibti;r llnjit linft it
h?n mHC fTerr. Tuc rilnchnrjiu hw bv,m thick
. 4 bloody, aiht!nv f Mil ndor no brwl tbat my
firnrc In ft rnn vlth other w: rtnr ol nilve
o them. On wrck ftfto,r fo"iirnrm tha v.ti. n(
fri)i.D' Hipitai, t ; ! mt tiwiMcil niili
It t all. My hire Ihhp anil mell, whuli trrt
vliol'u irotii't buy r rv fu'.lv ft'iriirfl. and my ft
Sftl be all U U iuuiUlirrr.iv. l Vijiri.
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chftrizf . I itrn nothcf'iiiM' torecor'rmv. M .1 not
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clivfrf illr Inform tf. m n tloiall 10 the bmrAl
lb. nmth a, teta 7rLwrT'vT it. T0"t.
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Nnt onlT ftowHTt rrf tS rorrltui' StciiTrr'
0 eli,rrli,lttti.i'yiivii p tth'tlc ft.Urtn,lri'?c:tfcio
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t,f' ff"rtr l'yit,kci'a,tkllⅈ uiiJj. fc:!u-
lfrrtlT rrMl'it, T-lit-n t! fil ?f il -it
Ilrarlna; Kiw!n, Nt'Uniljtii of tln Ltf,
Disrharierfcfrom l!ir Vmv, KlnphiK N'ol 0
la the llratl, IMulnvt, Mrnons U-U'l-arhs
Pnina In th rwipui, I,i r I
8vne of Taste anil H.uvll, tlunp it?- 1 nl
the L'vula, inllainii'U'Uin ol 111 t O:,-i:-,
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The only Road Banning Two ,
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FAST TIME EAST
fassengert by tills line go through to
tbe ast without any delay caused by
Sunday Intervening. , -
The SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRilM
FROM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NKC
YORK MONDAY IfOUNINO
AT 10:10. .
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
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Advertisement of competuur lines that
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fo every rreiter ol this tmier who wnda u Uiia
eurtmoaw ami Si we will lurwmil, fur oue year,
"Tbe lmure," a imutniUceot llluatntieil
Munlbly Juurnal and liuusekeetier's ily4ine,
anil one eupy of uur r aul rUKalit pu iniuiii
"ASKt.N'G A bLKSSLSO,"
A llialter, iece of tne Diuneiiturf irbool cl Kt'nrv
iwinlipg, by 1'rof. JonUn. Ue tV'i- e
eculvduiibe bivbeat ityle of lite art. hclml
price of, vliiRh in 6, ami a jopy ol ibe lollow
idk bosiulliil poem deKriplive of tlw cliiomo, in
elt-Kant illuiiiiiutvtl colon forfrauiiuK.
Ay; but wult, good wile, a niiniile; '
1 have Omi word to tay ;
In you know what to Urn ia?
Wutlitr, 'tuourwnldiug day I
J.mt as now, we aat at ir
when the itueen bad gnue a way ; 1
You bat tliat aide, 1 eat thia aide,
orty jmn ago to-day I
' Thm what plans we laid togrthw;
What brave things I room l bidol
Could wedrnun to-day Would Had us
At this table me and yout
Better so, no doubt and yet I
Hometime think I cannot till
ll ul our boy all, yt! 1 know, dear;
Yes, fie doetb all things well.
Well we've had nur joys and sorrowi,
(Miami our nnlea a well a tears j
And the Iwst of all -I've had your
iaitblul love for forty years!
l'oor we've been, but not niraakrn i
trie! we've known, but never aluia.c
lather forThyawlleas lurrclea
Still w Uaa Thv Holv namai
Ttiia ia a rare chanre
for yon to make mon
ey We nill pay you
larire raah rifumia-
ionsand give you eicltuive territory, (tend
us one dollar, avoid uuueiwaaary corrcajioiw
denee, receive your territory, and go to work at
our. Upon receipt ol which we will forward
anent's outfit, ocrulliiite of agency, etc. Speci-lin-u
opleit l'i oente. none free.
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SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Lovee,
Arid At .. ,:
SlGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,
Washington Avenue and Eighth Street.
White Lead White Zinc,
Linseed Oil, Turpentine,
Window Glass, Putty
Paints-ill Cohr: Rsady far h lh.!i,
Lard Oil, Whale Oil
Signal Oil, Ncatfoot Oil,
Tanner's Pish Oil
West Virginia Oils.
The Elgia Kerosene Can
The Only Perfect Can in
the World. Made of Glass
ad . i cot to
Leak, Crrode or Break.
Every family should have
Th3 best In Use. Patent Dome
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Manufactured by Wilson and
Eveden. We sell at their prices
Agency and Depot for Ayers' and Jaynes' Medi
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Lean's Medicines. We control the celebrated
Aboriginal Indian Oil, Egyptian
Malaria King, and DeCinchon's
Peruvian Bark Bitters.
Br. Woods' Fever Pills
Wholesale and Retail, at Dr. Woods' Prices.
HOUSEWIVES USE' WASHDJE
"Last week I bought s 10 cent package of Waslnne and ilunn mv wantilng in one liJ(
the usual time at lens tlmn halt tbe cut ot Soap. My clmlics were wlil cr. I did not
have to rub tbem, and it did tint brink ruy woolens, anil for oiko I wns enabled to grt a
hot dinner on Monday. Ho laUUs tiy it, and you will swe luhr,iiine aud money. It Is
perfectly safe to ue It. MKS. A.
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. Homeopathic Medicines,
Irish, French and American Glues,
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Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All Styles
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking
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Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
French, English and American Perfumery
All Kinds of Almanacs Free to AH
Tho Best Extract of Buchu,
The Best Sarsaparilla and Blood Purifier
Holmans' Ague Pads, Woods' Pills,
(- Malaria King, and all Ague Medicines
Quinine,' Smith's Tonic, Kress Tonic,
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. r Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink, '
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stove Polish
Pure Imported Bay Hum, Splendid Canada Tar
Soap Engltah and American Noapm -Fine Im
ported Handkerchief Extract In origi
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ties an wanted at low price.
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IRNMENT LIGHT'.'HOUSE DEPART.
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U. 3. STEAMBOAT INSPECTORS
BOARD OF WASHINGTON CITY
Fire risk for Elaine and Gas rato the.
same with Insurance Companies, Used
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Of Exquisite Fragrance