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ititi DAinu LAiiii uuLiiijijiin, TUEsimj, j;i!iCiuaiiJiui 23, 100
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
0 Hilt I tir 8 ho Mm I UnuU
atlgklt' JII tha Iburtrat Bmile
TO ST.LOUIS
MO OUAKUB OK OAKS
f KOM CAIRO TO
8T. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OUANOK OF OAKS
OM OAlKO 10
OloeltuisU, i-timtpolli, Toledo,
Doiroll, Cleveland, f,u
HuUalo, tltUhoid, Wa.hln.tton.
Haltlmora, Philadelphia, New fork.
Beaton and ll points eaat.
Ullwauale, Janessllla, Madlam,
LaOrCMa, Kt. raul and all polcli north
Ibis li also the. "li dltcit r"Ui 10
ita-aiur, bluomlr-Kton, Njtnr,U,
orla, Uulncy, Keokuk,
burtiBStuB, Kock Inland, 1js Mail,
laodota, Ihion, fteeport,
laleoa, Hubuqca, Mous Oily,
On-aha and ail points norlhoMt,
El-n-ant Drawing Boom Sleeping Oa
Oo nil Night Train.
Clieokad 10 all Important polnla.
For tickets and lafortaation, apply to I. C, R.H
d.pol at alroj on bosrd too transit stesrnar be-l-riwa
OolumMi" and Cairo, and at the nncl
rallroa I ticket offlraa throughout the sutn.
W. P. JOHH.sON, 0n'l Pass . At't, CWo0
a. MKcaiLL, Otn'i.rJup't. Chloa-
J. JOHNSON Ak'I, Cairo.
ClIANGK OF T1MK.
11.. - t,.tn. n lV.o IlllnnU Central
change time t,vday. From and alter
p. 111. today tralm will run at follows :
AKKIV,
hxnress, dally a. m.
Mall, except Sunday ....2:40 p. m,
DK.'AMT.
Krprst, .. 3-CO p.m.,
Mall, dalljr except Sunday .. 8:30 a. m.
OAIltO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS,
AND CAIRO AND FUL
TON RAILROADS,
The shortest and only direct route- from
Cairo to Jacksonport, Utile Kock, Hot
Hprlngs, Fulton, and all points In Arkansas
aud the Southwest, TYVKLVK 110UKS IN
ADVANCE OF ANY OTUKH 110UTK.
Through ticket, through bills of lading,
and Inforuulion as to freight rates, pas
senger fare, connections, etc., can he ob
tained aLLho coiapany'a eftlee In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh street and Com
mercial avenue.
Hacks will call at private ;reildonces and
hotels for passengers, when orders are lull
ia time.
Elegant Pullman palace sleeping cars on
all night trains.
Trains run dally, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Office as follews :
Morning Accommodation at 7:50 a.m.
Little Hock Texas Express.... 11:30 a.m.
Evening Accommodation 2:20 p.m.
I). Axtkll, Chief Engineer.
THE CAIRO AND VINOKNNiCS
RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE Fl'.OM OAIUO
TO
Indianapolis, Toledo,
Cleveland, h'lagra Falls,
OtnolnnaU,
Detroit,
uuumu, i kmiuuii n a.-ijiiii;tl
Baltimore, l'hlladelphla, Now York
l'ltiauurg, Washington,
Uoslon ana all Kastcrfl 1'olnu,
CUANGK OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1B7S, trains
wlllrun as follows:
HXI'MCIS.
Uolng north leaves Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
Uolng south arrives at Cairo at.... 3:40 p.m.
UOVXl) CITT ACC0UMPVAT10V.
Going North,
Leave Cairo at 11:35 a.m. and fl;(W p.m
Going South.
Arrive at Cairo atli.-OO p.m. and 0:00 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln
enncs'at 12:2a p.m.. making dlreet connec
tion at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis and
Tlncennea railroad for Indianapolis, the
great railroad centre, from which point
trains are departing at all bourn, lor all
volnu In tbe United States and Canada. At
12:63 p.m. with the Kvansvllla aud Craw
l ldtlllt) railroad, for Terra Haute, India
napolis, Chicago, Danville aud all points
rftrtb, via the Terra Haute, Kvansvlllc and
Chlcogo railroad, and east v la the Vandalla
line, and Indianapolis and St. Louis railroad.
At 1:55 p m. with the Ohio and Mississippi
swliroad, for Cincinnati, l-oulirlllo, and all
points east, via Cincinnati.
rasaengers going hy this route are placed
Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, New
Tork, Iloston, 1'hiladtlphla, llalttmore,
Washington, and all eatru points, twelve
hours In advance of any other route.
ExpreiM train makes connection at I.ldo
ado with tiu Louis and Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (IHIuoU),
6hawncetown, and all polnla between F.ldo
rado and St. I.ouli.
At Norrls C:ty makes close ennncctlnn
for oprlngUeld, Kock Island, and all point
on Springfield and Illinois Southcakteru rail
way an 1 connections.
At Crml with St. Louis, Kvansvllle, Hen
Ctnon and Nashville railway line, for Mt.
Vernon (Indiana), Kvansvllle, Henderson
(Kentucky), Nashvlllle (Tenneksoe), aud all
points on Ht. L., K., U. and N. railway and
sonnectloL".
Ilsirgige checked to all Important pointn.
C?"For tickets and information apply at
the ticket office, corner Heventh street and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
L. W. I'almeh, Oan'l Sup't.
E. P. itWK, Oon'l Paiiengor, Act.
J. A. Jokks, Agent Cairo.
I.AWYF.ltM,
8AHUEL P. WHKKLER,
ATTORNEY Si COUKSELOtt AT LAW
OAIjrO, ILLINOIS.
Offlco over Flret National bank. 8-lMra
"WILLIAM J. ALJiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. a-uwm
John U. Mulkcy. willaiu C. Mulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office: Kltfith street, bctweon Coiumer
oiai sou n asuingioii avenues,
out.
ORE EN & OILHEHT,
ATTORNKVh
OODNSKLOHS AT LAW,
WlUlaas fl.Uraas, 1
William B. OUbert,
CAIRO, ll l lKOlM.
itoe r. Gilbert,
1. I
BfaaMlaVl aVtlabft ( 1N k altan I A.1l..ls. - J
vrtoa obio mvii, hoomb t avu ft nrw
nTTai ATIOsf AT. IAnaT.
OAlKO BULLETIN.
W rrajuiMt Nilantrrlbrrn wot
tag ililr ppr rrs;nlnrljr t rsor
lh Inet ta thlai sfln, lthr aerau
tlly or by I'onlail 'rl.
(alillentlon ttmern, BalUtlsi BaUMl
Wswblssstoas ATStssa.
MHdiri nitlcr on every sango.
LKTTEIt LIST.
La DIES LIST.
Aklns, Mill Lizzie 'J llerry, ilrs. Sura
lluce, Mfis Luciu ilemii, Miss Kato
Cllne, Mill Kva Oourtwiy, Mrs. Joan
Durby, Mrs Martha . Dixon, Mrs Mary
Houlihan, Mrs M llarrii, Tranqulller
Uainlin, Mrs Win King, Mill (ieorsia
Lowli, Mrs Josephlno Lsne, Miss Lizzie 2
Lucas, Mrs Annla Moore, Mrs Jacob
Manonay, Mrs John rlglit, Mist L li
McCartney Ellen, Macklui, Mrs Fanny
Morgan, Mrs N Maxell, r'raucls
McOravson, U McKallstnr, Mrs Q
l'yatt.Mlis HJ Pierce, Miss Eauny
Peary, Mies Fanny Head, Miss Klla
Roper, Mrs M tituart, Mrs Iietsv
Shaw, Jcnulo Spencer, Mrs L
Wilcox, Mrs A K Willis, Hullia
Williams, Miis AVnde, Mary
(ixMia Liar.
Anderson, U P
Arson, Ueorcs
liruck, A
Drown, Homer
Hrswer, Janiel R
Hollowly, Thos F
lloahurst, Walker
Cooley, Doucla
Carmlchael, Geo W
C'rabtren, Jas L
Illake, B U
Herrv. David
Hruditiaw, Jai 1
lllack, Steward
Iiaitln. Win
Clavton, D U
Combi, Chas O
Chamberlln. II W
Carpontor, T II
Drum, Frank
Kdift, Oeo V
Fiolds, Thoi-J
Uoldimitb, li
Uarrls, Bon
Hegarty, J II
John, O
Jackson, Thoi
Leachow, I,
Myers, Edward
Myars, J L
Murray, John
Mavburry, .1 H
M assey, M O
Manwarrine, T
O'Keefe, Wm
On p. Isaan A
Uallatian, T
Kllii, Dld
Fisher, D
Evans, W II
Gore, Lewi
Hall, Anthony
Johnson, Aaron
Jackion. Frank
Lofton, Fredrick
Maion, Rev I)r
McLeaee, J U
McNulty, John
Miller, J ii
McMaktn, Julius A
McDermist, Cou-en
Neeley, A J
O Callahan, D 11
Perlffo, A J
PolanJ, T W
Reason. Thoi
Reld, W O
Savage, O M
Scott, Jefferson
South, T
Sandefer, B M
Trsptow, Louis U
Underwood, Rich'd
Whttmoro, 0 M 1
AVIUIams, Levi
WaihlnKton, R
Burnett Co
"W. McKino, P M.
Pilgrqm, Joseph
iuiniaad.Httpben
Houch, "Wm
Raid. W
Sehaar, r II
Bcoti, J li
Sluart, A O
Tryon, J F
Titui, Nat J
Veslor, John
Wynn, Rev Oeo
Williams. L II
Wilkliti. T T
' GXO
Proipcctni for 1874-SEVEN'TH TE1B
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to be the handsomest period
ical in the World. A representative
and champion of American taste.
Not xoh Sale is Rook ok Nkws Stoma
The Aldlne, while It-sued with all the reg
ularity, has none of tbe temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic or ordinary peri
odicals. Itlsun elegant miscellany of pura
light and graceful literature ; and a collec
tion of pictures, the rarest specimen of ar
tistic skill, in black and white. Although
each succeeding number affords a fresh
plcasunt to iu irlcnda, the real value and
beauty of The Aldlne will be most appreci
ated after it has been bound up at th close
of the year. While other publications may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals of u similar clus, the Aldlno is an un
ique and original conception alono and un-
approached absolutely without conception
In prico or character.
ART DEPARTMENT, 1874.
The Illustrations of tbe Aldlne have won
a world-wide reputation, and in the art cen
tres ol Europe it is an admitted fact that
Its wood cutH are examples of the highest
pcrlcction ever attained. The common
rejudice In favor ot "steel plates," is rap
lly yielding to a more educated and dis
criminating taste which recognizes tho ad
vantages tuo aiivantagci oi superior artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
Tho quarterly tinted plates for 1874 will be
by Thoa. Jloran and J. D. Woodward.
Tbe Cbr Utmas Issue lor 1874 will contain
special designs appropriate to tbe season,
by our best artists, and will surpass in at
tractions any ol its predecessors.
PREMIUMS FOR 1174.
Ever? subscriber to the Aldtnc tor tbe
TrnrlsTl will receive a pair of ehroruos,
The original pictures wsro painted In oil for
the publisbers of tbe Aldlne, by Thomas
Moran, whoso great Colorado picture was
purchased by congross for ten thousand
dollars. Tho subjects were chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. The subject!
were ebotcn to represent "The East" and
i ne wesi." une is a view in tne white
Mountains, New Hampshire; tbe other
gives the Cllfle of Ureen river, Wyoming
territory, ine curomos are cacn workeu
from thirty distinct plates, and are in else
(12xlC) and appearauco exact fac-slmlJes of
tbe originals.
ncwAKK, c. j., nept. m, jstj.
Messrs. James button A Co. :
(1K.NTLKMKK I am ile lebted with the
proofs in color ol your cbremos. They arc
wonueriuuy succcsmui representations tiy
mechanical process of the original paintings.
Very rcspeclfully, Tno. Mohan.
These cbromos are in every sense Ameri
can. They are by an orlnal American pro
cess, with material ot American manufac
ture, from designs of American scenery by
an American painter, and presented to sub
scribers to the first successful American
Art Journal. If no better because ot all
this, tbey will certainly possess an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, and nei
ther aro they any tbe worse If bv reason of
peculiar facilities of production they cost
iue iuuuncrs oni) a inne, wnue equal in
ovcrv resnect toother cbromos that are sold
singly for doubls the subscription price ot
me Amine.
If any subscriber should Indicate a nre
fcrence for o figure subject, the pabllsbtrs
will send Thoughts ot Hotn" a new and
beatlful chromo, 14x20 inches, representing
a little Italian exile whose speaking eyes
uviray iuu longings ot nis utan.
TEEM3
f& per annum, In advance, with Oil Cbro
mos tree.
For 550 cents ixtra. the cbromos.
mounted, varnished, .and prepaid by mall.
The Aldlno will, hereafter, be obtainable
flnren nr rlnli mt . M.bK rA. ...t...jK.i
must be seut to tho publishers direct, or
uauueu iu iuc local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to tbe publisbers, except In
eases wbcre the certificate ! given, bearing
bi.v laaiiuuo pifcuabu.v Ul wauiCBDUtlOn A Ce
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c. 76 Ohio Litis, Oalm, Ilia.
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country.
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ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION
TO he drawn Thursday, Jauuaiy 1st, 1371.
$200,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS !
GRAND CAPITAL PRIZE
$20,000 IN GREENBACKS
OKAMU cash rntzB
$10,000 IN G11EENBAC3 !
ONE GRAND CASH PRIRE OF
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2500 Gold and Sliver Lever Hunting wa'cbes
(in ail,) wort iroin snw to jw cacu.
Coin Silver Vest Chains, Solid and Double
l'lated Silver ware, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Numdik or Gifts 2.1,000. Tickkih List-
BTKD TO 100,000.
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS,
wnom uoerai premiums win ue.paiu.
Si.oli Ticlkts $2; Six Tickets $.';
I WILTS I ICKBTS flU, 1WXNTV-FIVK
ticckts .;
Circulars containing a full list of prizes,
a description ol the manner of drawing, and
otner miormatiou in reierronce to tuo ui
tribution, will be sent to any one ordering
them. All tatters must be addressed to
maim ovrics, L. D. SINK, Hox
101 W. Fifth St. CINCINNATI. U.
cwmhiuhiom merchant.
NEW YORK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABUiBST TAklaTTT STOCK IB IBM CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Ooraier sf aflaetoeestai strssl ausil tiv
naarolavl Avesiae.
UAIBO, ILLINOIS.
O. O. l'ATIICII
PE TEH J U H L,
BBClBtelTt)
FLOUR MERCHANT
AND
IT. M nllISi IJETKK,
S-'i0tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFKr, HARRISON & CO.,
(Suoasssors toD. HtirdA Son.)
POBWAEDIITO
AMI)
Commision" Merchants,
PLOCB.aKAIM Alii HAT.
No 63 Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLS.
WOOD KITTENUOUSE & UKO.
FLOUR
Geueral CommitsioD Merohout.
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HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
POKWAHU1NU AMU UOMMIK8ION
II tl II A rt TS,
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
id.i ia'raiii or
ouio hivan awu kahawui
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70 Ohio Luvkh,
Uaiuo, Illiboib.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GUOOERB,
Cor. Commercial Ay. aud 18th St.
Oil Kit, ILL IIUII,
also, keep eaastaallr an baml a tuust on
plat stock of
(OUTCB ABD IsUBU WllUKtBS
-o i n t),
I'oit, M1orU, Bkrry nnd OMtbaw Winn
uIFtENTE
LOW RESERVOIE
- -
k Soiled 1o all Climates,
AND VAMOUd POIl I'.ELSO
BSST TO USE!
CHEAPEST 50 BUY 11
EASIEST TO SELL ! 1 1
Vjy,''' I'luious fur dolrg nore and
nAiff&..BETTEn COOKING,
"tvfffijfsi lnlchcr nndClirnpcr
TLia any rtdttolU Csit,
rAs:ous sen civi.no
jyRR Yfa. Cat!:fest!cn Zvcry wwro,
'OAKj-i AND IIIt.NO
"MV, Especially Adapted
TO TUB
WB tlf SVESY HOUSEHOLD,
EXCELSIOll
MANUFACTURING CO.
OF ST. LOUIS.
AMI
0. W. II K N D K II S 0 N
. Commercial Avenue.
4'Allttl, If.lJi.
1- d.tw ly
Ilt'TCllKU.1
JAU01MVALTEH,
BITTOHEK
AND DKALElt IN
FRESH MEAT,
tttuiiTn Stuibt, IIhtwbbh Wabuinotok
AND COMUBUCIAL AvKNUZe,
AOJulnlcB aU'.lentiouar nail lniiiiy,n
Krvp tha best or Prct, fork, Muttou Vcat
Lamb, Sausa. etc, ad are rfrarri to srrr
llisiia In the moat arcwpubls mtohfr,
PHIL. HOWAHD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
CITT NATIONAL RANK UU1KIJIKO.
t3(7"Spclul attention paid to orders from
taimhnat'. nlirlit or Uy.
JOHN SMITH,
(Successor to JaiacH Kynaton,)
UrjTCUBH AKD DllALHIl IN ALL KlBIlB Of
KllKflll MEiTJ.
.COHMBK NrNBTBNTH AMD I'OfLAU Ala.,
CAJItO. ILLINOIS.
buys and slaughters only tho best cattle,
Siogs and sheep, and Is proparod to 1111 any
Jemacd for trosh moats Irom one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
HYLAND & SAUEH,
BUTCHBES
AND DBALKHS LN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
joiner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to tho Ilyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
JAMKS KYN ASTON,
BUTCHER
AND II3ALKH IN
ALL KINDS OF FHF.SI1 21 EATS.
Hear cor. Twentieth Si tree I unit Com.
morcln! Avcniir,
llmsand Hlatiuhtcrs only the best Cattle.
Hogs and Sheep, and U proparod to till cr
iers for Krosb Moats from one to ten thou-
anil nminHa. 7-'Wtf
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LlQALIZBO BT STATX ADTUOHITT AND
Dbawb ib Podlio in St. Louib.
Grand Single .Number Ssliomo,
60,000 NDMBtns.
Olass I, to ub DltawN September 30,1873
6,880 rriisei, Amounting to $juy,uuu.
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alwaja drawn at tha tlue namad, and all draw
inaa ara uouer ins suerviaioo oi sworn com
mUilonara.
'rlia tfflg al draw D2 will sa rmbllahsd In
t. Louis pspars and a oopr or drawing sent to
urohasars of tickets.
We will draw a similar in-home the last ot
ry month during tha yrar H73.
aioltat our risk br pstlfic money ordar,
stared leutr, uisii or airrrss. cenu lor eir
r. Address, MUKKAY, J11I.I.EK A CO.,
O. box ails. 81. Irfiula, Mo.
uiiat rTonr.H.
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PUOVIHIONH BIO.
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BKAI. ENTATi: AIIKSO.
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REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AUCTION KKRH,
,74 (r.lkJONll VLOOU) OHIO LHVM4
Callto, !LIt
Uur and Sbli. Rial Ehtatx,
PAY TAXES,
KUUNIHU ABSTRACTS OF TITLU
n lf er fiv4tiia
IISrtBnaSi
Vtnrunr ntttrra te not n VllflSFancv tmtw,
iii.uld oi Poor Hum. wtihty, I'roor spirits and
it. ftii Liquors, iloctnre.1, splcnt, nml swecleneil
to ii'.rasetlic lnle, e.illeil "loiilrs," "Apiietlzcrs."
' Ke.torcri," Ac.llatleiiil tlu tlpnleron to drunk,
riincsj ami ruin, but arc ci true MwlMne, inado
iroin tlic trim a loots ami hctlK of California, rree
from all Alcoholic Mlmul.wls. Thoyarclhc Oreat
Illowl I'lirlilerniul n Ufe-Rltlnp; Principle, a Perfect
i:nio.iinr ami Invlitorjtorot thustocm, carrjlnir
oir all polouoin matter and nrsiorlni; tho blood
In n htalthj- condition, enriching II, rrfreHhltiu oml
lntL'onllm both inlml and bodj-. They ate easy
of adinliiniratloii, tuompt in their action, icruin
In thilr i vaultis, safe and tellable In ull forms of
itlie.
.n I'pranu rnu take their Illttrrs arcord
lni to iltrctUoiii, uml rciiialu lout; unwell, prm hied
tl.elr boiios urc not Uesiroreil by mineral poison
or olhir iiicmis, nnd the ltal orijaus aslcd Utond
the point of rcpjlr.
Iprpsla ir Iiiillcestlnn, Headache, Pain
In tne &houhlrs, Couulis llithtuess of tho Chest,
IHdlness, hour i;ructiitlons of tho Moinnch, ll.i l
Turte In the Mouth, llllious Attacks, l'ulpltalion of
the Heart, Inrtaintntllon of the Lungs, l'uln In the
f.SlDMof the Khlucji, and a hundred other painful
sjmptoins.aretlieoirsprUiRSof lijuptptla. lu torso
eomtiljliils it lu.1 no equal, and one bottlo nlll
piuie it better tnmraiitec of Us imrlH tliun n
ienclliy nditrlliinsnt.
.'or l 'mi ii ir Complnltits, In younc cr old,
tnarrl.S or Hfjule, at tliuilsirnof ninaiiliocxl, or
the turn of lire, theso Tonic Hitters display so 1c
ruled an Inilurnco that u marked liupiotiuieut Is
soon perceptible.
l'ur lllltainiiintnry anil Clirnuln riheii
iiiiiIUiii and tiout, liyspepsU or Indlesllon, llll
ious, lirtiiiittnt nnd intermittent l'een, Diseases
of the lllood. Liver, Kldnejs nnd madder, these
liSlters luie been tnntt succeisrul. Kucli DlMasct
arp i-nuveil by Mtlaied llloil, which Is gcutrally
pro luccd hy ilcrw-Kctueut of the Ill(?e-lh o Organs.
Tlir.v-nre a tJnille liircallc an well a
n'l'unlr. poanvlng also the peculiar merit of net
Itu in .i pointful agent Iu Miming CougiMlim or
ImUinuiathin of the Uver und Visceral Organs and
Hi llliious Diseases.
1'or bUlu lll.rmti, rruptlons, Tttler, ."alt
I'.hci in, Iholehes, btxits, Plmph-ji. pustules, Ilolls,
Carbuncles, lllng.Morms, Scald-llend, Sore Kyu,
i:rjlpeli-t. Itch, Mcurfi, DUcoloralluiis ul lh blln,
lliuuuM aud Diseases of tho Uii, or halecr
inino or nature, are lltcnhy dug up nnd curried
out of the system In n short tunc by the lite of llifs
Hitler. Ui.o bottlo In such rar will eotivlu.e tho
nost bii-rcduloiis of their ruratlie eirects.
Clrnnar llir Vlllntril Illimil whenever yoa
find lis linpiirt'.les burUiit through the slln In
l'lmples, Kiuptlons, or .Sores: clenunelt nheu jou
Cn J It (ibslrucied aud sluggish In the veiun; cleanse
It whrn It Is fool; jour f.-tlliigs lll tell )uu wbeu.
Keep the blood pure, and thu hcuhh otitic si stem
ulU fullotv.
Clrnlrfnl Tliouamiilf proclaim VlNKOllt ItlT
TEU9 the most Kondciful ImlijoraDt that etr sus
tained tlie sinking sistcin.
l'lii, Tuir, nml utlirr AVormt, lurking lu
the system of so many thou vii'!, aro tirccin.ilijr
drstruvcil and reinond. .os u iliiilugulshej
Ph) otologist ; There Is scarcely an ludOldtulontho
face of tho t.irUi shwc body Is exempt from tho
presence of wonn. It Is not uikui the healthy
tlcnienU of tho body that iomii exist, but upon
the diseased humors nud slimy dcpoilta that breed
thesu living mounter of disease. .No ststetu ol
incilftlne, uo termlnigcs, no anthelnilnliics, vtUI
IiccThe sjHlcm from worms like thtso llltters.
Merlianlenl DUeasea. 1'crsnns encaged In
PaliiM and Mlucrals, such as Mumbers, Type
setters, (.'old-beatcrs, and Miners, as they advance
In life, are subject to paralysis of the Iloweis. To
guard ogalnst tliLt, tuku a dose of M'lLktU'i Vim
liiaii liirriiut twice a week.
lillloua, Ilcuilltriit, nml Intrrnilt tr lit
Fevera, which arc ro prevalent lu the valleys of
our great titers throughout tha Untied blates,
cpecUlly those of the Missb-lpid, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, l'.d,
Colorado, lirazos, 11 In liraude, I'e.irl, Alabama.
Mobile, .Savannah, Koancke, James, nnd many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout out
cntlio country (luring tho hummer and Autumn,
and rvmsrfc.iMy so during seasons of unii'uil heat
uud drjnen. arc Invariably accompanied by extcn.
situ diraugements of tho stomach and liter, an!
other abdominal vK-cra. In their treatment, n
purg,".llte,excrtlngiiiowerful Inrinenceupon thco
tarloui organs, Is ca.-uyitlally necesnary. Iht-rc Is
no catharllc'for thu purpoao cipial to Un. . Walk.
Kit's VlNKiUlt 11 itt Flits, as they will t..lll
rcmovo tho itark-coiored vtscul maiter with which
the uuwcls are load(l,atthu samo tlmesumultutig
tho accretloiii of the liter, and generally restoring
ins iiiaturiy runcuonw ui inc ciigrMutoorgHns.
Scrnfiiln, or KIliK'a Ilvll, While .Swilling
Ulcers. Kryslrx-las. .swelled ,"eck'. Oollrc. Scrofulous
Inannimailons, Indolent Inflammations. Mercurial
Affection', Old Nire. Lruptlonsof the hkln, Soru
Kyca, tie., etc In theso as In all oilier constitu
tional lll.eascs, W.ti. Kill's Vinkosr Hiitkils have
shown their great curative powers In tho ninsi
obiiluate nud lutractab'.o cases.
Dr. Wulker'a Cnlifoniln VliifRnr lilt
trrs act on nil theso ciucs In a similar manner.
Hy purlf)luir tho l!!o! they remove the cause, and
by resolving away the effects of tho Inflammation
llhu tubtreular deports) tho ntTccted paiurccclto
he.illh. and a ix rinancut cure Is cifcclcd.
sue iroperiira ui tin. ttAi.ai.H's vensu
IlirrKK.1 uru Aperient, Diaphoretic, Cannlnatlyc,
Nulrlllius, Ijxailve. Diuretic, t-edatlvc. Counter
Irrltatit, Sit loriac, Alterative, nnd Antl-lllllous.
The Aurilriit nnd mild laxative iirom-rlles
of Uii. VALKi:u'a Vi.stdAii Ilirrciot are the bent
safe-guard in cases of eruptions ami malignant
fevers. T heir balsamic, heullng, nnd soothlug pro
perties jirotect tha humors of tho fauces. Their
hcdallvo properties allay pain In the nertons fys-
teiu, c.oiuacii, nuu uunvis, iruni luaaminaiivu,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Tliclr Ciiiililei-Irrltailt Itifluriire ex
tends throughout tho system. Tlulr Aiiil lilllsiis
proicrtles stimulate tho lit c r. In tho secretion oi
bile, und Its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for tho euro
of llllious revrr, Pevcr and Ague, etc.
Kiirtiry tne noiiy uculusl illsrase by
purifying all Its fluids with ViTtOAU Uiitmis. u
epidemic can tako hold of a system thus furc-anncd.
Ulrertlims. Take of the Illttrrs on going to
bed at night from a half to one nnd one-hub w ins
glassful. Kal good nourishing food, such as Inif
steak, tnatton chop, venison, roast btef, und vege
tables, unu ub uuwiuur cxercue. iney aro
cimiiused ot purely vegetablo lugiedlcnta, aud
coiiUlu no spirit.
II. II. McDO.VALD A. CO.,
Druggists and (len. Agts., Man f rancl.wi, C'al., A
cor. of Washington and Charlton bts., V.
hOhl) II V ALL DKCUULSm h DL'ALlCIiS.
WAQl I. MANUFACTORY
For Sale at Wholesale or Itctiil.
COUNKR a2D-BTUKET AND OniO I.KVEI
Cairn, Illiuoi-i.
J. I. (JAM III K
PHIL. H. SAUJ',
Dealer In
CONFECTIONS AND TOYS
I IIIK WOKS, NUTS, KTC.
Sfir suloby the can or J can- vftfcir
XO. 10'J COMMERCIAL AVK.
llctweon Utli nml Till Sis.,
CAIUO, - ILLINOIS.
r5r0jtorsrvea In uy stylo on short
n-il.p It.-Jtf
TrOARKERjGUN.
REND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR,
PARKER BRffSl
WEST MERIDENjCT..
isV""fe
CONSUMPTION
AND ITS (JUUK.
VletlniM nl this tiwftil illseiiiie nr found In
In very ticli-hborliooi!, lu ulniost uvury
botiii.
For IIkuii nml for their friend", wnlme
tidings ul cuitd fbecr nnd hope Iho un-tioiiiii-erni'iit
ol a most Important discovery,
llniily b:ii-il tipim i-iiniiiKiii K-no anil ron
kou, try which tbo tenlbln lnal.uly Is post,
lively controlled, mxl as Mcllm Hropcrmn
nc ii tit tustured tn buallb,
VvTx LXiSor'fci
, CMtliOLATKI) Cdl) MVKIL Oil,
Is not it secret ol cliiilrle:il postrimi. It Is u
hippy i-oiiibln itl'in of two remedies known
to pbli'lans everywhere ns the be-l tiienni
ol i-otiibatliii; cdii-uiniitoii. Tills i-iinibliiit.
Hon Is .Mr. Will-oil's iJi-cr 'cry nud l
rotttidfid upriiitbe follow Inn
.SO UNI REASON 1N; :
Consiiinptloti is deciiy. Hootlilni, expect
orant reinudlus me only iifultil ui palliatives,
they dotmtro-iclithocaifo Ibey do not stop
the decay. Tonlo uiuilli-liics strctigthcn tne
III forces and piolon the baltle, but tbe
duc.iy i;oes steadily on, itml sooner or l iter
the vli-tltn tiiu-t jleld. Cllm.itlei-liatiKtsnre
sometimes !;oud, but tbey K-ldoni wholly
euro. In ibiirt, the llrst tiling to beilonc is
to HTOPTIIK diii'av ; thru riplilythcreslolu
tlvo, tonle ati.l stretii-tb irltfrnr treatment
Think a moment. 'I belongs nrn ilt-ea) lug
tubercles, tlleeratlons.eavltlei'unil dupu
ctilatlon curries Ibis pniMin nil over the body.
Wastltij,', los ofnppctltu, etiLrvatldii, nlcbt
sweat", nnd all thu terrible symptom nil-pent-;
N It worth while to doctor the symp
toins, which are merely the reniilts, tvbllo
tbe ileeay, vvblrb is ibii cali-c, l.s latlng un
the lllo springs t
Tbfe two things are wrll known by tbe
best pliyslrliins :
1. On hollo iield po-ltlvely arrests ilec.iy.
It is the tunst pnwctltll anll-etitlu in the
known world, riven dend bodicH nt i-preserved
by it. loitering Into the clictilatloti
It nt once grapples with corruption, nml
decay ceases, it purillus tho pourccs ul dis
ease. 2. Cod Liter Ull Is nature's hot usl-taiit
lu rcMntiti coiiiiuiillon. It U at once u
lood. a tonle, n purltler, u lieab r. It brace"
up nml nippllettbo vital forei s, Ii-imIi tbe
wasteil S)stem, and enables nature to tugiiln
her foothold. For these iurpo-e.s nothing
can compare Willi Cod l.iver Ull. Tills the
theory ot
WIM.SUN S
CARHOLATKI) Ct)I) 1,1 V Ell Oil,
As ilc-crlbed lully In tbo Inventor's circular,
which will bo mulled, upon application, to
any address.
Vo cannot atTord space to tell the whole
i-tory here, or to fjlvc tbo nuiiiciotis ccrtlli
e.ites Irniti eminent phjriclati and well
known cltUciistcftlfyiiii' to the ttb-olutcly
wonderful remit" llowliu; trom this great
discovery, butllce It to suv.lt Is curing; thou
sands who supposed tbcm-elvus to bo lit
dentil's door.
Wllion's Carbolated Oil N iclcntltically
prepared with tbo purest carbolic acid, to
combined as to beetitlrel bunnies", with
Swket NoitwEoiAN Cod l.tvKit Oil
From the celebrated ll-herics nt Aalestind
(Norway;, pioiiounerd by pbyslclnns the
most delicate, eflLlent eol liver oil lu tbe
world.
It Is easily taken, tolorutcdby tbo weakest
stomachs, digests readily, never becomes
rancid, and Is almost entire ly Iree (rod the
uual disagrees )ls characteristics or cod
liver oil.
l'or every use ol cod liver oil Mr."Vill-ou's
di-covery is of the greutest value.
For tho safe Interti'il ndtnl istratlon of
carbolic acid .Mr. Will-oii's mc.bod of com
blnlnijlt with cod liver oil Is absolutely nec
essary. "WILLSOIT'S
UARHOIiATKU COD hlVVAl OIL
Is n specific and radical cure for
O O 2T S TJ 3yE DP T I O 3ST
and mtorcLouL dIseasha
ltr-niHtnlmr the iinuie, Vlll-oIis Carbo
lated Cod l.lvcr Ull." It comes in lnr'e
wedgo-shaeii hutllux, bi-.irini; tbo Inven
tor's slgnaltira, nud is sold by tho best drug
gists. l'reparcd by .I.II.WHSon,S.!JobnSt,,N. 1"
SOLD IlV ALL DltUtKllelS.
I'.lt'llAKiir-ON ii Co., St. Louis, 1 Wholesale
IIuitLiiU'r.'c KDSALuOblcago. Aconts.
MilAwly
3JR. "PaIICH'S
mm, mmcm.
VAXILLA, LniEQX, IIW.,
or riavorlmj Ito Cream, CakC3 &. Paslry.
"With prcut care, by a new process,
i-xtract irum tho rtie,sclcct Fruit mid
Aiomallcs, c.tcli charrtctcrliitlB ilair a.ii'
produce Flatorimji of rare excellence.
Of great ttrength anil perfect purity,
An poiumous oils. Leery Jtaror as rep
reientcd, A'o deceit each bottle full
measure, holdiny one-half mcro than
others purporting to hold eamc quantity
Utr them oner, will use no other. The
most delicate, delicious flavors ceermai'.e.
Bo superior to the cheat) cxtraeta. Ablf
for Dr. 1'rico'n Special rlavoriiiga. ilan
ulacturctl only by
ETEEIiE ti TRICE .
Depots, C1IICACU nnd ST. LOUIS
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Cream
Itakinti 1'oitdcr.
S32 WAntSHAVn.,
Cjjetltstto ro:.C2:e.
cmcA.no.
The moit Jlenoicned BpalaUU cf tha Ayt, V.
treatment of I'ltlYXrK, CllllOXIO and I'M
XAliY DISEASES, MKMIXAL WEAKNESS.
Th remit (f rajlf loJlK-rrlloaa or olf.rr tiui., 1 rluin(
NXItOl'S).ES3,I'!UM.E3 OH TUB I'ACP., AVmslONlO
SOClITf, IMl'AIREO B101II, I.OS3 01' UU10RV ad
UAXIIOOD ITRMANrNTf.Y C'ltkB. HIS CREAK 09
IIEblCAb LITKRATCRg, ll!uitrtol wltocl.ft.ta niTliii
til'lftlol&K wLoKiy mury.uli cut, "by. Ttit laiditnte
tDiiarrlat". TLelr btlura, cau.a aat cure. frl:e 60 cetti,
sentlaai'lklovvalcd CDTClope, Lbdlct rrulilnsiurtlcilsll,
luedlcil alunStuce cr i4vleo nnj cullor aJrvn Iho itcclbr,
Uraltle (ivU:4 vltti .rlvate Baitmtiiti, toarj, a'.n&4
acc, Afl. Cwti Guaruilcc.il, g4llcrcwl.i& Laud.
oiive trnriirflJAViJ
H a b.i.iiikili
W Ml Si' V . ul
!e-t-rt"T?lTTISiBil.li
OLIVE STE33ET HOTEL
si:lo.u au olivi: .ti...lt,
ST, LOU! 3,
N i:vly i i m:i and i:m isnimii:ii
Ibroui.'ioul: s'ock lib graph ,i it,.' Iioiim-;
streit tiitiiuico lighted nt n ght by e.tlcluni llglm
basiill modern luiprotinii-iils. Lumliiuii'il mi I lie
American and thiropeau pi in. Kiirnpniu plan,
rooms l per day; nuala :.0ij i-aeb. Am lion
9lan $2. Mi per dtv.
UUIMt, I'lLVTCUlit: . 00,, Proprietor.
mmm.
Vulcan Ikon Work
COMMKRCIA I. A VKN UK,
OITOSMK
NINTU NTHUKT.
JOHN T. UENiNIE, ' ltll
FO UNDItY,
iM A C II I I E S II 0 l
ToLOKii AKD I'n-K KlTTINO,
IsTrAN K.slMYIlHl.l,nTKAlMOA.,
ilaiiulacttircd und repaired.
Sni-i'lfil ntli.iilli.it ,tw... n il. .1.. .
- Kutn m iiKu. anu imavy
rf ""'e. I'M'llfc, railroad ami Jail work
i niuiiiur ciiaracivr.
bteiim and t.is titling In all I La branches.
nifnIIia,?r.ln'S"t0' Morris, Taskcr A Cd'a
rbllnilelpblaplpRHDd tlttlngs. llracs goods
eto., nnd j-aslixlures ulwajson band.
1'II'INO OF HOUSE POIl OAu
MADB A BI'iCIALTT.
Agent for Cameron's special attain pump
and boiler feeder. The best manufactured,
toll s patent syphon putnpit, and Judsou's
patent Kovernor uud govarncr valya.
I be lollowlug engines, etc., for sale :
I wo steauiboat engines, g ucb bora of
c) Under; lit a feet stroke, ana In Kood order
One steamboat sbalt aud eraok: wrot iron
One engine tor hoMlu frelKbt: 74X18.
- . ...... v n nil euaifc aoiu
crank lor uml or gan(f saw, sesond band.
One new 7M'J i-utfiiiu; tuy own inaaufac-
Alto, a scond-band stave cuttlnr ma
eblne and jointer, and warehouse boUtlnc
miiiiblne, In jjootl order.
KiiL-iiiaH ami rtt,i..tilrw ,.r .ti t,t..i.n...i..
and sold.
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who purchase a nackace of 11 ii bound to
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Laavenwnrtb. Kaas
UKMIS, HRO., A CO.,
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