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Proclu&Rtw toy the Qovomor
,6?iTn iii) Illinois.
lu nccopUnco WiOi national ami uei.i.'
tHl, notcrrauco of ji itm already
honored, and In fcarraony with llio sentl
incntd of affection and pstrlotlm ol tlic
I.John L. Ukveruxik, Uovcrnor of the
lUto of .WtooMo Jieroby appoint Saturday,
the Wtti Inst, a. "wnorfol Day," rcnicm
beraneo of our patriotic timid.
And I earnestly request that all tho good
ptopfo ofths state of llllnoh, on thiit day
eaie from tbelr usual avocations, and join
lc commoBBoratlrig tho suffernigs aud valor,
the saorlflocsiid death of onr fallen heroes,
by strewing their graves with eprlng flow-
ra ana docoratlng their tombs with fresh
Ami I doWtkor request, that on tho Sab
bath followlojr.in all our ehurthe", appropri
ate service be held in memory ot the loved
onci and In sympathy with those who till
obedleuco to law, and lovo oi country, and
expressing gratitude' tn Almighty God lor
hli continued blessings upon an a nation;
In testimony whereof I have hereunto ret
rnV bond; and caused tho great seal
o! state to be affixed.. Done at
l8KALSprlugtteld,thl 8th day of May, In
tho year of our .Lord one thousand
tight hundred and seventy-four.
Jonx L. liKvr.uiDGE,
lly the Governor : Governor.
Secretary- b! the state.
The daily telegram concerning Sec
retary Richardson's resignation is sont
out from Washington with unfailing
regularity. But tho resignation is
only an anticipated and much desired
event and tho people will soon begin
to err "how lone. Ob ! Lord, how
, fioeund tm'
the Jiouisn .ffowa. A million
dollars, or its eqiiip.,.-, .
is needed to Tho "aters
w, disappeared, but in ono sense
tuo peoplo aro no bettor off
than whon thoy were in tho midst of
The lion. Harbour Lowis, a ropro
sontatiro in congress from Tonnessce,
has bean advised by tolcgrapk by his
white republican constituents of Harde
man county, to voto ngainst tho civil
rights bill. Mr. Lowis, it appears,
,ka vaulting ambition, docs not want
to offend his white republican support
on, and for fear of eonsequencos, dare
not ouend the blaok onos.
The vanity which Jongs to seo its
name "in print" recoives no encourage
ment at;tho hands of tho Dunkards
how holding thoir national sonforence
at Uirard, Illinois. Upon a consider
ation of tho proprioty of publish.
full report of tho meeting, giving
uouions in iull,;with tlio names of tho
uisputanis, it waa decided to print only
a synopsis report, as tho contrary
course would fosUra spirit of prido on
the part of the mombors of tho confer
enoa that weuld be "unsoriptural and
auji genorai conferenoo of tho
JJiotripdiat Episcopal Church South
will hold ita next sosaion at Atlanta,
Georgia, in tho yoar 1878. Among
tha hut resolutions passed was one
thanking OommodoroVanderbilt for his
endowment.! five Wired thousand
dollars for a university to bo under
the. control of the church, and others
declaring it to bo tho united Kentimont
of tho conference that, their being no
CMeatial differences hetween the
Northern and tho Southern churches,
ho time ha. come when propcr sleps
shall be taken to effect a fraternal re
latioa betweon tliem.
OmoeJu awhlle.whethor accidentally
or otherwue, it is impossible to state
Bn. Butler porforms a really werito'.
"UM.";"I'U' a oay or two ugo ho
a resomttoa in congross ,'pro
posing that upou tho death of a mom
,-j.y uaui mo election of his
-T8or T" r0Terl 10 ,lls f"y.
The resolution waa saggested no doubt
bythocirouinstancesor the death of
fepmMUth. Mellish, wll0 Ioavc;
hi. aUly comparatively unprovided
for. A ittbsonption hag boon startod
fortlwirreUef,.t!io members of con.
Kreae aaek giving twenty.fivo dollars
Th charity whfoh suggested this Btep
kind, but a law whioh will savo tho
necessity for buoIi exhibitions of to?t
.-ntnM. 1.. 1 ......
prido of tho most sorisfilro, arid will w
inl laccordanco with simple justice to
the dead and the livine.
Senator Uoutwkm. i an earnest
supporter oft tho civil rights bill. Like
ts author, in believes in tho theory cf
human equality and mado a speech in the
jMriatc, when the. bill was put upon its
pasao, in which he declared the most
ultra scnlimonts upon the subject of
period equality bbtween black and
while. "Tho theory of human equal
ity1 cannot bo taught' In families," paid
Mj. Boutwcll, "taking into cousidera
iicjn tho different conditions
of tho different monitors
and, tho families composing human so
ciety : but in tho public pchool, when
uildrcu of all classes and conditions
aro brought together, this doctrino of
'1.- 1 t. ?f
uuman equaiuy can uu laugui, uu
isHho chief moans of securing tlio per-
pctuity 6f republican institutions.
And inasmuch ub we have in this
country four uillllnn. colored j'ooplo, I
atBUiuu vu..i 1. . public, amy that
llicj and tho whito r"i''- riio coun
tjy, with whom thoy are to bo associ
ated in political and public affair,
shall bo assimilated and mado otic in
tho fundamental idea of human equal
ity. Theroforo, whero it would
bo possible tocalublish distinct schools,
i am ngainst it as a matter of policy."
According to Mr. Uoutwcll, the
school, being in ono sense tho croaturo
of government, is groatcr than tho fam
ily and may properly he usod to coun
teract tho family influence.
Interesting lawsuit in
france a mother denies
her own daughter.
A Biucular caio was recently tried
hoforo tho Appellato Court in Paris.
Madamo d'Yoon is a fashionnblo wo
man who has lived in tho Kuo do la
Chaibc sinco tho year 1812, whon uho
married her second husband nusuanu,
tho Count d loon. Her first husband,
au Knglishman,Mr. Samuel Smith, had
died in London seven years before.aud
whon his widow wus married to tlio
Count uho had with her a little girl
need about nino years of ago, called
tfrcdorika, supposed to uo tho issue ol
tho first marriage.
rrcdcrika was educated with great
care at tho Sacred Heart, and when
sho hecamo a vomit; lady. Madame
d'Yoon introduced her into the fash
ionablo society of tho Faubourg St
Germain. In 1S50. Friderikn wishod
to marry a young lioston officer, Do
to tuo Convent of Piopus. Sho sounht
uiiKu mo countess to pay an annual
allowance of S000 toward her support.
Madam d'Yoon replied that Fredorika
waa not ncr daughter, but that sho was
a chanty child, taken from ono of the
worK nouses in .London. Tim
decided against tho Countosa on !,
u-rouuu mat liaVlHL' tnknn rnrn nf
jreuonta up to that tinio sho was
I . ... . o -7 w
uounu to still contrihuto to her ..
FreJerika ninrricd Dg fi
and immediately afterward tho animal
pension was Btoppod by tho Coun
tess. In 1870, Mr. Do Trcmogain
waa killod in ono of tho battles of tho
ijoire, leaving tho widew with four
cnuuron. l'rodcrika then renewed
nor claim to an annual allowauco of
couu against tho tountcss.
On tho trial of tho caso tesfnnnn
was given showing that in tho year
1831, Dr. Porkius. who was lmr fn mil v
physician, mot Mrs. Smith, now tho
Countess d'Yoon, on a vessel going
from Antwerp to Kmrland. nd M.nt t
that timo tho Countess was soon about
10 bCCOmo a mother: that Dr. l'erlclna
haw Jim. smith a month Iator in Brus
sels when sho proscnted an infuntnliil.l
wno was with her as her daughter, nud
told him that she had beori confined
when in London. Tho Smiths contin.
... x .
ued to hvo in Brussels until tho death
of Mr. Smith in 1830. In 1835 the
members of the family, according to
me ouiciai records in that city, wore
oarauci smith, ccntleman. nr..,! un.
Mary Ann Smith; his wife, nd r,'
and thoir dauchtcr Frcdor!
uiuuuiB, oorn in iionaon." JJd to the
.1.. i V T , .. -n
tiwu ui x ruuuriKa s uisagroowent with
mo vvouniess about the vnnm.
sho wishes to marry.'.no ouo liad ever
eupposeu mat sno was not tho dauch
tcr of Madamo d'Yoon.
lho defenso of tho latter was that
J?"A ,UC Ann
UauiIUtor. Inl-on IV,. .
,ii "mi one wan a be
I r ' uiu JlOllSe
Lngland, in December 18:13 To
provo this nu extract from the reirh
ter of tho Ilonse of MfuKewa, putfa:,;
evidenoo, Bliowmg that a child named
Mary Ann Chapel was borno thero in
December 183a. A number of rW
cum ccrtiEod that Madamo d'Yoon bad
lTLten aoa"i that eho w
Tbo Appellato Court, however nf.
firmed tLo judgment of the lower court
and decided that Vr..ln.:i- : ",lf,
daughter of tbo Counter ,1'Voon, and
uiu Auuuai unawnnca i nn,.,,, .,!
must bo paid. Ita decision iH i....i
upon tho failurn nf thn nmnF i .i
identity of tho workhouse child with
lfrederika, and upon tbo faot that un
til silo was twenty-two yoaru of aKo
fredorika bad been alwaya introduced
nnd treated as the dsughtor of Madamo
U 100U. 'lho COUrl ilnn nr.i il...
certificates of tho phyHioim.rt tsiroiiK
ovtdenco,on account of tbo nKo of tho
Trcmogain,who was very much in love
till! her. Aladam d'Yoon refused her
May Wear Full
Beards Tbiit not Miis-
THEY ARE CAUTIONED
IN BANKS AND
(Chicago Trllmno Special.)
UniAiii). Ill, May UO. Then camo u
quoition with rcforenco to the manuur lu
whlcli tho board sliould bo worn, vincn
elicited an extended dltcunlon, and it was
decided that wearing lho beard In a faih-
lonublo style was contrary 10 me aoc
trloesof thochuroh, and that' tho brother
hood should Lu very carerui not to imuaio
tho ways of tho world in this reipocf It
has ever hon thu order ot thu cburch to
wear it full beard, but to woar a imulacho
only It not ptirminablc, and renders tho
oH'ondlnc brother liablu to church did-
nllno. It was rccamiucndod that the
tirotnron inouia irim iuo musincuovuuriur
than tho lln. that tho mouth mli:ht bo
clean lu rocelvo the kits of brotherly lovo
Tho next quoillon dlicuitod was : Will
this moaUni: allow brethren, especially
mlniitutlnu bruthren. to enirnca in lho
Nor xluowku to nr. ha..nker.
lliJlVto" o"i'''th,t, Vho"fun3s "luVoitc'd
would not be undor tboir control , and
that, in caso parlies lu whom thoy should
make loans sliould full lo meet their In
doblodnoif, It would ba collocWd frcm
thom by proce-J of law. and miu'ht
theroforo, bo tho means of depriving tho
widow ana orpnan or oouicj, wnlcu was
contrary to thoir bollef; that banks often
loaned raonoy at ulcn rates of interest,
which was usury, and thoroforo unscrip
tural. It had n tondoncy to mako them
convetous ami leaa tnom into tomplaitou
it was alto ueciaoa mat ttia Crolhornooj
should keep their property under the!
own control, so that thoy could uso It for
too spiritual and temporal eooa in tnnn
kind. Thoy mlcht loan money at thti lo
Kl rates of intorest In, tho soveral states,
but micht never tako a creater por cont,
The convention would adviio all brethren
to bo very careful what kind of butincs
thoy engace In, and especially railroad
TBI QUESTION OF COLLESUTB KDL'CJITIO
was next discussed, and thoy docidod that
It was not advisable lo givo their childro
such education, its it would hnvo n ton
denoy to lead thom astray from Christian
simplicity and primitive doctrine?, nnd
tnoreby orouta discord in tlio church
They conslJorod it a diilioult mattor fo
a man of a tlnisbed education to lake u
his cross and follow Christ In Christian
humility, and did not approvo of th
mombors establishing high schools in tb
natno of the brothorn. but they might
so as Individuals. Tho colloxoat Salem
Ind bad cest tho nolhorn district of that
state $7,500, by permitting tbe use of the!
namo In connection therewith, and llmv
wanted no moro high schools controller
by tbo church.
HOW UURTllRKK hUOULD 1IC TRIED.
It was docidod that, when a brother was
arraigned for a misdemeanor beforo tho
cburch council, his near rotations (which
were his father, mother, brothors, sisters,
sons or daugblors arid tboir companions
should rotlro from the council whilo tbe
caso was ponding; also, that it was im
proper to erect a stand for tbo i-Idors at
tho annual meeting, ai it hfyl !"''
tV.i L . ku rconciia irouoies
in the churches thero. whirl. .... ......i
and thos Unding committoe Instructed to
appoint three Kldcrs to visit them, the ex
pensos of tho mission to bo paid by tho
represented in tho conference,
lho conference then adlournod unlll to
morrow at 8 a. m.
About 1,000 people wero estimated to
uo present ai iuo sesiton.
AN IMPOUTAT LXV HUIT.
What f II en a 1 i
novel claim was hotlv
or inroo years, in tho superior court of
. aw nu
i . uu'JVa'i county which lies
adjacent to lonnoisoo at Chatlanoocn
muu commonly Known te tho "State of
was on act nn Tnr ihn
oovory or his father's Iftml III nnA 117.
J annoy, who claimed thnt hi. r..,.
V.. .. i .1 , . , " 1IUU
,u.,uu nuimBomo years before, bv a
nuncupative will. Tho following 'wo1
; i i 'ff1 ,L? c5"in''-t, reduced
to plain Knclish bv thn rfofn,, ...a .....
in oourt at tho last sotunn. tn A,o
trollablo morrimont of tho bar and spec-"
I. That Klcminr; Jannnv ;lll.i 1.1.
That lu mulclnr. antil m ..n
x i.UmuS onniioy cnuimciaa to die.
T.'l,..i.. 1 . " . . ""I ""'U
. .iu.Bl ,uu -iu ilommlnir Jannnv
nas iaiiod to dlo according to contract,
w.. wwwuufc UBt coram uioa u
t tni..i i. . .
ii was his uuty to havo dloa
T ',f, " "DC0 Ul lDo 11 wo bo made
0. That from these foots tbo
asked to consider him dead.
e. That If tho court considers the suld
x ioiuiuj; jannoy uoaa, men it will also
vuDiuor un csiaie sauiioctorily adminls-
7. Th.t If Mm
said rieminB Janney has not committed
a fraud in his failure to die. eeonr,H .
.........l,ul,uiiiumocirii ui, dead.
vut lUOl US SI 11 I TOS. am V,.. . 1
"B"s nos oniy 10 livo but to marry a wife,
then It Is feared that it would bean insult
to this court and jury to nsk them lo ttkl
imnuuiiuHiinmo nomine .lannov.
and give It to his son, 'William Janney.
The suit was deolaed airaln.t i,n ri.i..
;?."" r ,Wu0'e. "Pressed
satil A . ' I J II 1 . ' - v.Kiiii-
..wr, i Bnrrj II up t0 tho SU-
WOMAN'S HlOUTtl IN Kr.niMi.A
Prom a letter to il... m. i. ..
Mis"5 & mun just rend orod by a
u'vn iiiku niiuais wile .
it., ii i, 0tALi May 12, 1874.
lie It kllnwn . ... . .
uu, mat mo im.band i. houd of tho wife
and whatever is hu'n i. i.u. . J"
.i .. . .. 'V ""utuuui mi enriitnn
i I'w'twu ui war. Liin rirvnia r ii
...u.t uu. u nnyiuinc away. Tho
ox belongs to uncle lion, ind ho mu it
kep it, and tho other thlncs. and if t o
bLn'.1'' 'ulU ,h0 ' (0 o n
r tb,dS f probate. J
W, it. HIM.TBU.
n.oiia.uiuiN AN MAT.
Nn(13 Ohio I,vno.
, CinnoxbAtic Ji
ckson Cmty, )
r 1ft. 187. J
On condition that sudl-lcntiiimber 1
young person desire, and aro .vllling lo
outrlbutc a very unatlnH tow a ucrray-
pig rspenscs ay two limdrpi i mur
dollars each a Normal ImtUuKwIll beheld
fu the nev building, loinmciicl' July 1, the
lay oi iicincaiingiiic ouiiiiing'soiicominuu
till July 31. Tho rrlnclpsl of te UnlverMty
will havo charge, nnd the euvtal lucnilicH ol
the faculty will give the malii.art of tlio in
structlon. Atlca't ten lecture will ho given
and, irtho ct-h contributed I suillolcnt, the
licit men of this stata nnd Mlseurl and lndl-
an.t.wlll bo Immglit In for thei lecture!).
If not more than one hundrd and II fly at
tend, tho perconsl contact wlt,4 tho Instruc
tors Mill bo creater nnd the ni'iflt more ; nnd
as the espouse of tho Initltiic will lie tho
amc, the fee should be tho dinars. If three
hundred attend, thc;(Vo colli" be reduced to
As tho state legislature ttakes no provls
lorn for paylnc tho cpcni of Mich nn liv
titute, fi delrablo nud vidiahlo to public
nhools. will not all tho nowpapeM o
Southern llllnol", add nnotler favor to tho
nnny they havo already ibne tho commii
nlty, and give this nmiouiecmcnt several
LT.nnltoiir ImcrtioDs tn a ;od Place, and
call the nttcnllon ot tocher to ll J
Let all who wMi to aiuin, MA their
names at once 1"' " 'tter thn. junc y
prox io in. ii.-r.f ccrc,0'oftnt,..f
,-tMiiiiviu milium .murium I mV(.rMI,l.i-l,01i
flood board can be had In Carbondale at
N. U. The InMltuto cannot be held with
lo than one hundred and tifty who will pay
live dollar rach. Udnunr Allyk.
l'rinplpal of Kactilly.
ii(i at stoiii:h
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
Ami Dealer tn
Nn. 7(1 Ohio Lei re, CAlltO, ILLS
mi'iitx ami tilling orders
given to cou-lL'n-ll-'itl
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
3NTo. XXO OXxlo Iiovoo
l. Unlit n.
Cairo Box and Basket Co,
ALL KINDS, IIAIlli AM' m..
Keep coiiM.ihllj oiilmihl
Mill and Vard
Conner .llth Street
and Ono Leveo.
WALL & ENT,
Manufacturer;. andDcalcrs In
GREEN AND SEASONED
LUMBER AND LATH,
1,0A",OAK, OVI'IUH, ASH, GUM
ANU t.vh?:tonaoo- HUH-
DUKSSKI) PINK. AMI AMD mm
LAK FLOOmNOCKII.NO AND
ISroillcc at saw mm ,., ,.f.nir.r nf Timn.
secoim urtct una Old, Leveo.
J. Q. HARMAN &. CO.
jjand Atcnu of thu Illinois Ontral and
lIurlliiKtoii mid MlfWiUtl It. it. Co .
North Cor. Sixth and Ohio Jxivi
C. WINSTON & CO.
Real Estate Agents,
M Ohio ,KVke, (Second Floor.)
'1,,y "'"Vw! 'KALJaTATK. l.y TA.VIW,
nriibhM Ahuract of 7 file.
H. WAltDNKIt, Ji. I).
W. J. 8TALKKK, JI. I).
R. SMYTH & CO.
No. C0 OWo Levee,
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to l'nrkcr & Blake,)
PAINTS & OILS
And the celebrated lllumluatln;;
I tlrnis' llillldlng, 11th St. A: Comorcial Ar.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND GOAL
0TJ": AND YAltD,
10th St. bet. Washih5in & Commercial Art.
A largo supply of l'UUhurg and irtg
Muddy coal constantly on band. iHoio
wood awoil to order. Ardent for coal oi
wood should bo left at tho olllco on Tutitb
wroot. Tcrm, caxh on delivery.
Boot &l Shoe
Ilctwccc Tenth and Klcvcnth btrrctn,
It nrenared to fill nrdrr without lUUv.
Ilcha.H ti nno rtock of lui nrtcil leather on ,
Imnljil-t recciveil from Niwpcrk, unit hat
put down the prices to lyo lowest notch.
J'3. MAXWEJiL & CO.,
Manufacturers and Dealers In
MACHINE & BUMIG OILS
Afro Agent for lho
No. 710.' North Maine Slrim.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
'Ul:iSH HVUIHU UOIION
MJtS. M . JAOKSON.
(Kormorly Urn. awanders,)
announces that she hai lust' ouenni a ir,
assortment ot the "
Shelae,eI?onhV0UUa ,B tb
UATH, JJONNKTS, FLOWEKS. ltllinn,!
DBKsa Tbimuinob oy All Kimds,
tll Vnnui i .
Collars. II NTlVUuf uvvvo T?.
- "iuimj uouijh, i OTIOKS.
ol wh Pwi'm .0UT.1 ln ml'lnery stores', all
rLu 1" lox .'"""d ol at the lowct
cakh price. Mrs. .lucknon respociruUy
ask a continuation of tho pataonago which
bo been so llbeully beaUowed upSn her by
the ladies of Cairo and the vicinity.
And Dealer lu
UtailTH StIIKST, JIKT. "WASHINaTON AHI
I ''""ecl.Pnrlc.Miitton tral,
Lamb, haunaL'o. etc.. unit ..!,, ,,... ,'
kcrvu fainllles In a acceptable manner.
And Dealer lu
ALL KINDS OK J'JIKSII MKATS
Near Oor. Twontloth Ktront nnd
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Deulern m
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of uvory ilccvlptlnii,
Cor. inth Street and Commercial Avenue,
Xoxt iioor lo llio uyumi rjuioon,
m Sm LLLLLLLaLL
gg&T Vji fssssaiiiMa Jff J.
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Urusbos,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier Whito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varninhcs,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tubo Colors, Dyo
Stufls, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Wn Solicit rnrresDondanco and ardor from l)m?i'Utii. Vhvslelans ami Oeneral Itoras
In waut or (loodn In our Lino. 8tcamhoat. 1'lant.ttloti And Kamlly Medicine coses turn
Miud or Itctlllcd with Itellablo Drugs at ItcaHonshlo Hates.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
t Ohio Lever.
(Lato Proprietor of tbo St. Nicholas Hotel)
lias become Superintendent of tho
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
. . . na'i-rwiii welcome
will alwaj-H be glad to kco them.
First-class Day Board 20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIRO. XlaXiS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho Planter's House is located on Ohio Lotco Htroet in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
Allll ?n llin I'nnln. C ll. !..- Il
ami nn ;,:r: , i " 1
bciuK elegantly furnished and carpeted.
tniUI mill lm Vrt.,1 1 . '
l.! .. .. JI V """"
' '"""t'ti. ... i in u il iiiii il I innii r u
- ",u " uuouuuiluuailonK.
Transient Guests S2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
VIIjL1AM JL SMITH, AI, D.
ltK31I)KEt!lC-No. SI, Thirteenth' streot',
between Wasbliurton nveiiuo nnd Walnut
troot. Ofllce l'JO cnniinnrelal avcmio, un
- gf s
i W M
Z w m.
? r-. b
M i , "3 "3
g i o p p
O ( w Kg
o i 5 Z Z
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mn mi t
RETAIL & I'llEECBIPTlON,
Washington Arc. cor. Elgfcth St.
and well-known house will at
his old customers to tho new linna ntwl
.. . .
or 01 l"0 ly. Tbo Uouso is new
'iim n n .
Tho rooms, are largo and airy, besides
uuciuH win recoivo courteous treat-
Dny Boardors $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
DH. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs'
TIIU GltKAT AMKHIOAN CON
Consumption Is NOTanlncursblo dlteasn
PhyaJjIans asur us this fact, it V, , I'fj
thu terrible malady can ho conqor,' Bntn
Hall's Balsam fa this Hmoiy,
It breaks un tha liiirht hwaih rn..
opproMlvo tlKhtiiess'aoross the lunw. ana
heN the larcerated ana excoriated surfaees
whlcli tho venom ol tho dlsoasc produces.
WIIILK LIFE I1A8TS T flEBE IS IIOPK
It may "iiot be too late to effect a cure even
after tho doctors have Blveu you up
Hall's lllm Is sold everywhere, ami
may bo had at wholesale of the Proprietors
John F. Henry. Curron A Co., at their
(Ireat AloUloine Warehouse, 8 and 0 Colleca
l'lAco. wow yorlf. Prlca lu tier hnttia .
JiMira jia Slim is t ill a mrn
. h.vw M ... U IDBIEU.
i.oiil'iis, Coias, Phoumona, Ilronrhlltit.
Asinms, Hplttliifr of IJlood, Croup,
ii;k CoiiKh, and all other dlscates of
Also 1'ronrlntnrn nf Nr., ..ill'. Ulnml mn.i
lAvvr Sy nip.Carhollo 8nlvo,Kdoy'a Troches.
OxjKcimteU flitters, HoU' J-tver Pills. o.,
JOHN F. IIICNKY, UIIKKAN A CO ,
H ana OfolkKe Place, New York.