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711 If If 1f ST
'OFFICE : 2rd." IS Tenth Street. Thornton ' Building.
1 1 M i Y EDITION
THi; on-'lUIAli I'Al'KIl OF TIIK
riu: m i.i.rnx ik Tin: o.vi.y daily
iapi:k in soi;rm:itN ii.unoih.
TO I'Ali'l'll'.S Ill'KUtOl'H OI" IlKACIIl.tO
tiii;.soii i Jxnur. iJtADj:, rm: jiri.i.i:.
TIN IN 'I'll I! .HIIS I' Iir.MItAllt.i; AllVKlt
T.'.MMl MKIUI'JI IS II.MNOI".
Tlic Deinoura'Io ohjeotlon to thoFltuuii
tl. ' n "itutlonal AtnutidniiMit U not so
in i 'i tlmt. It clotliu.-i tliu nugro wllli tho
lI !ls'( franchise Mint, in the Jan
K,u. o of tlio Albany Arui: "It olothuH
(ViiKiCM with power ovur HUliYugolii tlio
rv.iiin .win uiik power, on uo ODtiuneo,
la t.) Liu unscrupulously lined. The iirinv
i j ' nHututo the iioiuinatioiiH mid dea
th iii in the free Sutton, as it now does in
ho i.ubju0'ated provinces of the South,
'liio privilege of citizenship are to bo
Iritr;, n, and the ballot-box to under
i'.i the Ui-itiipiihiiinti of Foileral inarch
nl , (li ititMpoiisiblu tooli of the central
p. wi r " Tlio Argti-t arRUoa It la tho du
ty f tho coining LegMuturo to roconshl-
tr and withdraw the anient given to thin
aueiiiltiieiit at the lust hc.i-Ioii, for tho
naiui that It N part or the Radical coti-
M ir.lOV 11 L' II II ML IMriKtlttltlnnnl lllmrlv.
Hotter, fetiJI, thabCongrcns Hhould with
draw ltn proposition and leave to tho
K'n'e.n the right to regulate tho aullragc.
Tin. Lla'-h.i oflhe South are, in fact, en
fraiithi.icd, and it matters little whether
or not they vote in Now York. It is of
the utmost importance, however, that
tl.i ll tiity, equality, and right of tho
K?ati honld remain tinlnipnred. The
victirlus Democracy of :hoKmplroStatc
i hould laonr and legislate to this end
Tijq Invontive goniuH of the county la
htr.chlngly Mluatratwl by the fact that
v I'J.JWO patents, 3S0 raveata and 153 ox
tt iiHloiiij were applied for during the "year
endlnir Juner.Oth. ISOtt. Tim f...
$i:iC J In exros of the expenditures. It
was never meant, however, that Inven-
tor.s Hhould do more than pay tho ox-
pensih of tho patent Oillce. Another
marvelous fact developed by the reports
is the correbjtondence of tho country.
Thus, G.f3i,S5S letters were sent from
and 6.857,700 recolvod in the United
States exclusive of Canada, of which,
both ways, the number Is estimated at
.'1000.000. Wo linvn tin! In. r,.-,! nf
ilfiimtlp Ii.ttN. I.nt Mii.r,. u , u..i i
i T '
VJ1 .J,o) .stamps envelopes and new. .
paper wrappers, and there are 223,7.11
miles of m;.il route. Tho c t of transit
was S10. J0o.6oi. or 11.11 ont ir miln I
i... .n I ,m: v. i .
' -v.. j niCiur. i
Kymptom.s of civil war are cropping
out in Portugal. Tho peninsula mums to
be permeated witli politloal unroat. The
trouble In this case arises from the turbu
leucu of the Duko of ijaldahua, tho most
powerful of Portugese- statesmen, who Is
hated ly the King, and against whoo
loyalty gravn suspicions have been for
some tiuio entertained. Ho has bt-guna
military movement, which means, of
course, war or bubinUfdoii on tho part of
The sculawugrt and carpetbaggers at
.Montgomery aro running tho legislative
machine on speculation, and lu the In
terest of tho Radical party In general
and of themselves in particular. Their
first aud most constant aim is to benefit
themselves. Their second is to build up
aud consolidate tho Radical party In the
Ptato. Tho Interest of tho people of
Alabama nelthor occupy their attention
nor claim thelrsympathy. A pack of
hungry wolves would mako abont as safe
aud coiulderato guardians of a (lock of
defenceless sheep as do those needy ad
venturers of tho Interests and righta of
the people of Alabama.
A Washington correspondent writes
that the Spanish gunboat question is
likely to bo settled without further inter
ftteiieeof tho courts. ThuKpaiilsh Mln
i.ttcr takes tho ground assumed by tho
Peruvlau govornmont somo two years
ago, that tho war between Spain and
Peru ceased long since, with no intention
of lis renewal, and ho lias laid before
Secretary Kish a Jtatemont donylug that
tho gunboats wero to be the means of
c.u iyiug on a war with Peru. Tho Peru
vian MInUter expresses himself satlslled
with the explanation of the Spanish Min
ister, and the cause of tho detention of
the gunboats is, consequently removed.
1 - 40'l
It is stated that the House Commltteo
on Indian All'iilrs will provldo by bill
that hot . after no treaties shall bo nego
tiated with Indians under any cirnum
Nlanccs, and that whatever legislation
is noccssary for them shall cotno direct
from Congress, and that oxlstlng treaties
be annulled as booh as possible Tho
Senate Committee on Indian -Ailiilrs, it
is suld, concur in tills, both agreeing
that It will bo bolter for tho government
and Indians if the treaty system is
A slnglp manufactory 0f oholoform,
in ICdinburg, makes 8,000 doses a day,
or between 2,000,000 and H,000,000 doses
'ALTS SOUTH OF'ITKkk
Kuglno Ih only forty-nix yeurn ofad.
Two of Ilrlgh&m-Ybflngii'H'ItnlHsIonarles
are operating in Massachusetts.
Tlio hog - cuolora : has brokoa out ln
ri in r ' f. n M'
Tlio quoeiiH of fashion havo declilod
that brown Imlr Hlmll rosuihii 'ltt"legltl
No iirls under twenty-one la allowed
to appear on tlio stago in Altoonn, l'enu
A ItouhcHter woman considerately
drowned herself because her husband
I couldn't support hor.
Horace Greeley woars bng-Ieggod in
oxpressihleB. This is political economy
from a standpoint.
Tho Scotia, tho last wldcwheol ntnain-
or between Kuglaud and America, 1m to
bo taken ofl' for reasons of economy.
John Chinaman 1 shipping horn frogs
from ban Jranclco to China for medi
An Orango county paper nays that
"the women aro getting mqrennd mora
i"ewYork hackmen cliarged twenty
dollars on Monday, to.carry homo IIiobo
hnow- bound down town.
Tho Mormon.s'have thirteen thousand
mllitmneu, not counting, the Jnfuntry.
Yut they want moro men. 1
Wo ofton omit tlio good we might do
in consequence of thinking about that
which if) out of our nowor to ,do. ,,
Tho big cotton comprets at tho IkmIb
vlllo and Nahhvlllo railroad depot,, in
Nashville, will go Into operation thin
iiii:i:m:i to uctleh,
New Yokic, Deo. 10.Tho Trlbuno1 to
morrow will pnhllsh a reply from Oreo
ley to Gen, Jiutler in responso to IiIh
former letter on universal amnesty aud
universal uirraco. Iteferrlnif in nn
I - ' " '
Jmuer's opinion tliat aomo half a uown
iivtu wi icra, "'i iiiv vyuiiicucrmi's nlluUIU
have millbred exemplary punishment,
Mr. Greeley aays: Whon flvo morn
years of peace f hall have intervened; 1
am quite conildeuthatyou will consider
that two or three examples would havo
been enough; and after tho lapse of flvo
moro years you will be aatluied that to
havo atrutiK up in 1865 lilm whn
your choice for President ln!830 wnnM
nave answereu mo purpose." He reurn
to many liUtorlcalprect denta to show that
fovcrities artcr uwar ao not serve to save
or perpetuate power. In short, ho says?
there will be ouo lesten written all
over ue race or History. It i-eems to mo
that "pride goetb before destruction."
That the ooiKiueror in n civil feud who
,IUS KiuttorcU his veugenco, stand' often
viwy near his Jiiia downfall. IIo rlt..
Tennessee and tho overthrow of his Re-
publican parly asuninstauco of the leg
itimate fruits of a nrescrJnllvo noller.
.....it i . . . - i
nun iiiipeaciies inc policy or sweeping
uiMrauuiii.seiueiit ana proscription a
leaning Inovltablo to such disasters.
Mississippi lu the defeat of Dent, ho re
cards as a vindication of thn mnn. Mh.
eral policy, fn conclusion ho exprwspK
ins conuiionco wiai as pasiion cool ami
wrath abates, thousands who havo curs
ed, will thank him for what holms dono
and dared in resislanco to their own
SUtlL'UillRrV i imntllano? mil . lnirnlliF
trusts that this will become ftt'ilaat the
common laun arm oven mat or (Jen.
ANOTHER UXIG HORROR.
A lllock or Houses Near Haioltoa. Pa,,
Swol lowed up In SkafL
TI'.N I.IVM I.OST.
A lato dispatch from HazoHou, Pa.,
A terrlblo mining aecldont ntSo'clook
this morning, at Stockton, near this
placo. A coal miuo caved In, tilling
tho shaft and tutinol, carrying two largo
houses with It, and choking up tuo cn
tcrauco to tho mine. There wero sover
al persons in the dwelling houses at tho
time, who wero carried down In tho fall
ing mass and Instantly killed. It is, as
yet, impossible to reach tho bodies. It
la said there wero somo men In tho mine
and it la supposed thoy wero killed In
stantly. Ten persons In all lost their
lives. KUbrts aro being mado to ex.
trlcate tho bodies. Tlio houses fell forty
leet and wero broken to fragments.
At Stockton, two miles from liazoltW,
about llvo o'clock in tho forenoon, the
earth over the miuo which has not beon
worked for llfteen years, give way ami
ouo block of houses was swallowed up soi
quickly that two fumllles living in them
had no time to escape, except ouo girl
who had Hod from a hotiso --but mot far
enough to escape from falling. Sho fell
on tjp the houso aud .was rescued,
Threo families living In an adjoining
block, had Just escaped whan tho whole
block wont down. There woro ten nor--sons
swallowed up with tho houses. Goey
Shank andj his family of four oliildrou,
Mr. Rlteh, wife, child and his mother
wero tho unfortunates, and aro still' In
tho miuo and must certainly all he dead.
Tho Hazlotou stoam tiro onglno has been'
throwing" a coiutaut atfeaWQ'hjh.onilnH
elboa daylight. Tho llremen are doing
all in their power. A rope has boen ox
tehdad roliuc) tho halo and All persous
excluded from tho imraodlato vicinity.
Trains ar9 running from Hazletou
every hour to tho s'couo of the disaster,
and will do so until ajl thp bodies aro
r0covored, which will bd Kome'tlpio yet,
asitlrt'.dangerous to onter'oii'tht( work of
roHcuoUio carihstlHontl.mMiig to, fall
In and enlarging the cavity' continually.
Tho oxcltemont Is very great, ami in
creasing. FarallleH in tho vlcljlty are
moving out or tucir nouses rapiurv, rear
lug that thoy will go next. Ii Is the
?;eneral opinion that other houies will
all inv'There Is.alBo drtngor oftho mined
Messrs. Lcndermnnd and Bklor&rrlvcd
at tho soone of tliodls&Hter this otenlng.
They aro sparing no pains to seciro tho
bodies as speedily as possible.
I'oTTsviLLE, lh., December 10. A
dispatch to tho Dally 'Journal' from
Bazlcton, says that tho causo of tbo ac
cident at Hazieton, was working tho
burst in the colliery near the surfajo un
der tbo houses tliero being only about
twenty feet space left where they eaved
'n. Only a few days before ft couple of
person in -irucKB were pucneu" into a
similar hole, whero a portion of the
foundation of tho railroad had given way
vor some working that approached too
near tho mi'ruco.
A TTU.TIAK MAKKIM TWO HI VE.
The Kow Castle Chronicle has tho fol
lowing: A trun go disclosure has been mado at
Kthcrly. near Bishop Auklnud, by the
death or a woman who lias for the past
llfty years resided in that neighborhood
as a man and married two wives. It is
said that sho cumo from Scotland fifty
years oko In the gulso of a young man,
and obtained employment atone of the
collieries, ut which she worked as one of
tho. men for somo time, and pain her ad
dresses to, aud ultimately married a sor
vanl girl living at the village inn. Af
ter her marriage, she relinquished work
ing at the pit, and commenced to mako
bononis, yellow clay balls, and pipeclay
rubbers, which she and hor partner vend
ed, in tho Bourrountling villages. They
had lived together twenty-threo years,
when the wife died, and tho reputed hus
band professed to lament her loss very
much, but at lenirth tho grief woro oil',
and she married u second wlfo, with
whom sho lived lor a number of years,
but on thn most nlfectionato terms, and
oventually hy mutual conoont they Hep
cm ten. 1' or some tlmo tho woman had
lain on A bed of sickness, and been de
DijndcAt on some kind neighbors, whom,
however, sho always proventcd coming
too near her. .The other day she died,
add then tho discovery of her ox was
made The deceased woman gave her
name as Joslali Charles Stenhcnson, and
tthu,hi3 often boen heard to speak of be
ing heir to some property about Jfer-wIck-cn-Tweod,
but had uo money to ko
andclidm It. Many strage stories are
told in oenneotion with thlB singular in
fituuld members . of . ComzrcKa cot
speechoq "of learned and thundering
Bounds" ranbrtcd in full In the 'Congress-
tonal Globe,' not ono line of which they
ever wroio or pouo, anu uicse purcnas
cd specimens of oratory aro sent free of
postage to tueir creuuious constituents.
There is nothing to prevent each mem
ber from mailing a lmuured copies, freo
of postage, to uvery man, woman and
child In tho United States. The writing
of the member's uamowasabaudoued of
late, and stamps wero wed Instead. The
political managers of eaeh party In tho
different States had fao-slmtles of these
stamps at tllelr headquarters dur
ing tho last Presidential cam
paign, and correspondence and political
documents by tho tj werosent through
the mallsfree. But it Is useless to tnum
erato the ways. In Which tho franking
privilege litis been aluscd In this coun
try. Wo bellovo thC' Postmaster-General
Is correct In estimating tho cost at not
leHd'tbau 55,000,000. 'o consider that
every Democratic member of Congress Is
hound to vote for the riformatlon of all
libuses, and fr every, meoauro which
proposes to effect auy teal and propor
retrenchment of expenses. Our party
stands pledged against a' I extravagance
and tho promises wo mako to tho poople
roust bo fulfilled. We hope to see a solid
Democratic vote In favor of abolishing
tho fronklng prlyilose.Jjanca8tor (Pa.)
NEW AM SUPERIOR LIGHT.
I.irkt matt ImTt, and It botiooretTerjhodrlo
sat 1Mb Chciit and lleU This mi cm t oluluM
17 using llie ,
Colobrated Auvorci Oil,
Which will ant oll thoflnml fubriol dnenol dtnnkr
nrninineyi 19 cimr crytuii, una tfli a von, Lous
tiful I.iuhtof urrat volutne.
Tr; It. and ou lll mint nf anr other. II tin be.
i:wkm, .t jicon.
Uetndlm Sa. K Ohio Iorrn.
CT -K OT&T TUB 11I33T. $20
a. j ,
JIDT-'fjin ONITj.BNUlB IMI'JtOYED
0RI0DE, G.OLD WATCHES
Minifaflared liy the
OROIDE WATCH CO.
Ther nrrall the wil ike. lluntlmr Ctirm.
rlia.Ail: lnulc Ami vu&rltkli fcn nllrl. ami ar. .nn.i iL
p;nir.nc to thn belt f.o)d watchm Uiuallt noitinr
Vw. Jf.ulMenell !.?, Uent's aud l.adiaa' aieei,
at 315 ciii'li.
uvn.intimuy. t.xtiia nRFiNF.n solid
OroiileOuld lliinlinjr'iiiea ;Fiill Jeweled Ier,r
rqual to Sw Uod Wltchei; ltoiilatd andGlaran-
in v'H (". mh "ear ana 1101 raralih.
It It Extra Fiae Cn.-e , It S'.'J each.
IVo money la rvaiilrcil In nitruHre. w
aeud by j:tprti anyiherg nithliilka United Btatei,
,MiiMiti ki hvii. mi iiviiti-i ,,niia inu privilege 10 open
ana oxRiniui uwioiv vn lor. anu 11 not uui ar-nimv
returned, by paTiiiR IhijEinrci charge. Ooadt will
,i, IUI, HIIU II 11(1".
be mnt by mall allio(rd i'sekue, prepaid, by
aemllnecaik In ftdriiicu
AS AllKNTBK.VIUNJFOItSIX WATCIIRS OETW
An H.VI1IA ITAIUII
1 WATOH ritBU. MAKINOHKVEN Sit
FOlt tM, Oj liBVpvfa) WATCH KSFoK
also ICI.KUANT onniiiK (inrnrv
ki.koam1 onouiR inr.ni:N
of lateii aadnioat costly styles, for I.adlea
nen. from D to 40 laches lour- u- tu
OIIAINH, oflateiaadnioteotljstylci, for I. ad Im
and Gentlemen, from P to 40 laches (orjg, at i'i, $t,
0, nndSSeauh, kcntwH watohaat whotetale prices.
Stato kind and sito pf w.loh roqnlred, nnd arder aaty
THKortOtDK WAtOH CO,
ootllit i C
A.VOIU lUACKB.-A riClUM K HAKUV
fX prudanes, ejsilaj arTsas WsVillly,' arsasi
iTuear, Ac, liM dleoia" a aimpU snaaia f 1
wblcn he will Mn4 tixlU) kia fellow suBerers.
Car em w
HALLEY'S CII ARTK'lt Ol!.K,
Coppcr, Tia and Sheet Iron
Ao. ICC WASHINGTON AVJRNUE,
(Abor the MMket Home.)
Roofing, Sultcrloc, tipontins nad filentnbont Work
ilnnelnnncit aud alnti
at I runner, m nnrtnit
GROCECERIES, LIQU O RS.
Q. D. "WILLIAMSON,
wholksam; hoc iiit,
rnonucK AUD COMMISSION
3VT E II O H A. T,
76 Ohio Lttee, Cairo, 111.
8tffllttntlonrlTtloaonf!:nmQlt nnd filling
uhoi.i: sali: grochr!9,
OHIO LEVER, - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
All keep conitAtitlr on l.wi a mod cotnpleU
SCOTCH Ah'P- IRISH WniSKI, GO
Port, Madeira, Blicrrj mid Catawba
UO, ACINT FIB
J. KIED i VOTS CELEIillA TJSD WHEEL
V tell n1tly fnr CASn.lowbU ttiriMttio'
Mtonlloi nfbnBi bineri.
otm;I1 ittoutlon wid to f.IIlB ordc - 4
JOHir HYLAND'S SALOON,
ltupplied ni nit klnof (
Comiserdil K"uo, LU Nlntli n J Tenth rUttlt.
The Ihtr.lr. Wlia loto cor J lianorn; ehouU kIto him
) cull, ami tliom who wUh lo vi -frnKrnt.cl(.-r cn
4 IHi.fr vrnl nippllM t ! v,
FOREIGN EXCH ANG E. -
JOHN W. TRO VKIl &. CO.,
IIHOkEIIS AJTD EXCHA.VCn DEALEH5
Kightli ptfpet, (croud dcxir frum Com. Arc,
AIo, rano Tickets from
iAttf-pool, liOtxtlon, Havre, Antwerp, flrewtn
and Hamburg, to New York,
Or to any polnt.Weit.
aircolleilona ran any pdnl In Boropfl
de:rtidif , t
ZIITY NATIONAL. HA'K
CAPITAL . . .
V. P. IIAI.MDAT, Preililentu
A. II. NAKKtlHI), Caaklrri e
WALTKU UVKLOI, Aaalatawt Oaaliler.'
B. MA ATS TATIXlIt, I W. P. nAI.t.1 IUT,
KCOIT Wlll i n. 110I1T. ll.XIUNMNCllUU,
GKO.D. VlI.LUII(i:., bTEI'lli:V OIUU,
A. II. WAri OKU.
Exchange, Coin, and Unttcti HM( Eond
IloiiKlit ana Sold.
DipotiU Jieteii)ed, and a General Jianking
piIE FIKST NATIONAL BANK
UAMBL. I1UI11), I UOllT. W. mi,r.R.H
President. I Vice-I'tesldenl,
C. If. 1IUQ1IR8, CaihUr.
Collections Fromptlj AUcnrteU to.
Ifixoliaugc, Colli, riank JTotca and Unlleil
X3ougb.t fiiacl Qolcl.
Interest Allowed on lima Deposits:
-HIHISTilAS TOYSI ! '
Hits' tW llrtltil I l "
ISTow Millinery GfQQi&,l$tQ.
.. , ..... 1:1 ,it "'- .o1-!
MRS. AA'VA IiAXri"'" '
Has lust rd-olted a aplunilld Tkncty.-i- .-Holldav-
(leods KVKhTTHINO TO TLKAflK TIIK CHILLI-
IIK.N, and vary chviip. -r -r
kUo. thn latest Cloak, tfacime. lire ii and ether Pat
tenii, for I.adios and Children. w 1 ''ImIi') tJ
Xew Millinery Coouh,
Also 011 hand, , . , T ' '
IIONNET8 aaJlUVS, lllcacliod. 'Colcjs.land inade
iil Dl iin-s. 1,
ilcU-tf IUtweta WMhiuclon and Wulnut.
ITOll BALK, CIIKAr-rNavT UatkiK nad three
X lou.sorncr l.fKUM umi .Tiiii'i'nin eireeis.
CiltKKN oimii;ltT, Atty
JOHN H. OBEBLY & 00
IS T1IE BEST FOlt FAMILY USE.
V'!f. ..I.1"?.'!!. ,"c"V..?:c'...THrkA Cord.
, 1. ..'.. Ar..i, vc1!1'1- ami i-.iiiuroiucr
. Ji'iiiillliilly. It will, with tho KlNKSTncedlonml
uirmii, rim imm iK5nit worlt on the nne.t .Vnliiook,
over thp licaVH.'jt U-ater cloth and cowhido, with Nu
oliinKii ot neodl. thri-Ad or tension. It will tmo
eimrxt cotton. lmin, ailk nnd w Inc. It runa taalor
fetiternnd Miller than any oIIht machine. It forma 11
Ilutjoimi and elfcitlo rnntn.dlfliTlnit from flrrr othnr
atltoh, tiH pup l-slng X WltTIU) Ly mt-una of ,
, , THE, t'BOTATKNO HOOK,"
una drawing tf.o 1 it in'o tlio j;ooJh, thus .ectirrly
iiuuibk nT.rj m urn, so inni 111c acini mil near 10 li
cut nt froqucnt mu?rTal, nnd in that cat cun, tlio
Kainir vrarrantnl not to rip In wear, and under
-J I circmasuuwci to "aurri,vu tho waihtub," Old,
worn oat family cnrmenU, loom, jianii, drexi1,
.tr.,,kHte licn mbinitted toCommlttoi-n at PAlItN
wHi ro wni tho OKHATKST C()ll'KTITIO.V,nniI to
tllU.allleli ptetnlinn. harn been awarded for it
Nilncrlorlljr, Durubllllx, r.laMtlclly nnd
A fUntcl dorlce. prorenta tlio pomltillUy of tho
imclnnf hem; run In tho wron; direction, or tho
llabe wheel orcr wearing or touching tho drcus.
TIIK NEItnLT. CANNOT UK SKT WllONO.
Thiu, ftujldliit thharrnt irouMo of other niaohlnoi.
NO DRKAKINCOP NEEDLES,
Tlio lilndo of tlic noedlo fi m tlmn thrco-fcurtlu
of wi Inch Ion,', and Ii etralnht.
inyono may mUuit them IN THE DAItK.
ni m may im 01 any winin.
Jfo Other hi mmer or fid.
Ir la liko tills. It lurus tlit horn on tho right or mi
ni r miiona you nnni 11..
It rill imf ilrnji Nlltfhr-w, as tbo needlfl la
nlwnj-i ot rlLhj,, l..u blado thnrlatidalralhdova
w titriitp',!lko longtT'onoi. They aro
tfANUFACTUIlEO 'WITH .MATHEJIATICAIi VIM-
' 1 "'-CI9I6N.
Hcpep, orih part la intcrchangcablo nnd can bo rcrwll
ly.rejiUccd Inco-cof aooidcni. It will lnt aRenrm
ilfcn. If, protxTly cared fur. None who haa mcd It
ai ho pvriiiu tl to ud any otaer.
lltt"iJl'U''1''rt' ,t'"n,,, ,,urlj"i,y W"1 boatity of
1 vram: nhveh equaled.
ita 'nArmiTT, aiipoi.utb stim.njwb. hash
Or MOTION narrnwris and iieatnem oritillE.M
un t liKLL, were utver niiiroiiclietl by any other
'Jim I'llE8 unirrrally jironounre thU tho 1II5T
r.V MII.V HEWl.Nf. MAtillM. IN TilH WOltl.U.
Whafntntr iln ineriti ofthp otfifriniwhlncf. It la no
illfparapemrnl to rny th Wilcox, .t (llbbi la worth,
for family mo, clonblu that of nny other orcr oflorcd
It rinklted tho (.'nil! Mnlul of the lmdrl.oj In.
rtitate tho niWlM'MKMlt'M for
"TJtE HIST bEWINO MACHINE,"
t tho srent New T",n(;land Tnir the Vermont Stato
rair inn, i'CiiDyirani Biaw fuir ihi inninnnRuiio
l-'air tho W icoiixm State Kair tlwi ilich iran tiuio
Iaip-Hh I'lia Plate- I'alr and nt oier ooCmnty
fa,r tlirouchouttno West nuikli)L'moMl'lrtI'rem-
lumi tr.an wcru taken by all other teonltj; Machluod
mimf rin nuioiiie.iiinc.
It U now thc Orcat Leading Family Sewing
aw. orrit nin wonr.n.
W Inlce other maehinca In exrh.mce. Wo reU
Oil, t'.rrox, fin. Twi.rand Ni;tM.i: lor niry kind
of fcoMlng Machino.
Atrentn Aintrl. Ternm lo Acenln, ileierlhliio
nreuUruud .ixinieu of work, sent frco by mall, on
receipt of Mump; or had of
COttXn.I,, WARD &: C03UXOH,
IV. I.aUo Street, Cbicalmuii .
LOOK TO YODIt CHILDIlEX.
llic CJront iSootlilng Remedy!
Cures Colic and liripInK inH'ltUUI
the bowed, nnd fae.illiatet U.1
the rocei of telhlair,. J C'KNTri
Subdiiua ConruUloniaudOT. ) I'itlCR
i-rconics nil (llca.i' incident
lolufanu ami children. ) C'tiTti
Curoa Mil. rhea. Ui .enturv.1 MtKlH
unit aunimcr uxnplatnt in V S
It l tho .Great lafant's nnd Children' Soothlug
i'.eiiml v In all dUordur brought on by teotoiui-, ur
l'reparnd by tho .GllAFTON 1ITOICINK CO., fiti
Huh! br drutvlsla mill du
In modlelno mery
" ao'.7 lydaw
Alii ra -B. ! i i
1VT AONIFICEST ENTEUPIUSE.
IIKSl)UIWl)t (JOUTV, KY.
AiiUiorized hy tho KentncLy Legislating.
Gapital Prizo 815 0,00 0
SMAMiCST I'KI.i:, 80.
Dnuvliiii to tako plnco at MASONIC
TEMl'hE, LOUISVILLE, KY.
ii:c:imr.ii shui, ibeo.
(lood bonds for tho reulhTobecnlakvu, and wrll 1m
niTm il to thoie drawing said riirms, whteh win bo
&l,'J0OineMh tacaih lOUAares,
HUNT 0IC.U'1TAL PRIZE, $5,000
Srrtil for TlckeU to cltlior nt, tlio fn.
lonluff ARt'lits, Hliu will ulso ruruisli
l'liiiiplilittH. Ac, kUIhb Ucacrlpllou of
Ii. II. I.Y.Mj, i'.irmora' riank, Hcudnrson, Ky.
It. II. Al.i:XAXIKll,.Coru,ioicMl llaiik, I.onU-
JOIiN C. I.ATIIASI. JTeHfctcnt
Uhiirillo, HopilniTille, Ky.
r DA T.I. A II. Commercial lUnl.-
. i i ..u-l'aJucah, Ky.
II. O. T UOJI A.I, I.exlDC(eu, Ky.
MVlSl'VLUK, Owcniboro, Ky.
I'ortfckcU and Information concerning tliu mter
prfte, njiply lo
Y. I. It. Kit I),
Olllco Cairo City AVIiutfhoiit.
u9rl.S4tJi,d 0 o d '.'iii.U
ti nAitu.M.i:, ji. i
A t.'AHtO. IM.IXow.
omcdVri'itotncc.-5 - -
iciiljaMtf ' lteslilcnco to Walnut sere.'
WAXTi:nwAUxandirt'oiiniy Onlcrs, at 0 cU
nnd fity rx rip nt CSeents on tho ilollar, for id
kimuof IiUinbcr uiili Iliiildcrs' Matt rials.
aul3dlf W. W. TUOUNTON.