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UltlflTIAN CHUItCU-EIghteenth stmt
between Washington and Walnut.
4 ;;' Hud'y sohool, at 8 praT
t I ITflHDLnZ QTDIT miru 1I1U imirui Mfiniiuv.
it rraysr maouag lYCdneiaay evening.
8 -i 7if niMiiLK, l'astor.,
JubbthBohool,3 p.m. J. M. Lansdon, Su
perintendent. 1UV, H. Tiuyek, 1'astor
t KT110UOT. Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U.
i ruMoin, doodssq ai li a.rai ana I p. El
I'ravor meeting. Wodnesdav.7iD.tn.
Babimn Bcnoo . 3. cm,
.. . .. il l "1 . - . T " it
uoerlntondent. IlBV. J.
ilUHCU OK TUB UKUEKKKll-(EplBOO-
Morning prayers. Sabbath 101 a.m.
Kvoning prayen. up.m.
gabbalh School, 0 a.m.
Itxv. Cham. a. Ilii.imiT, Hector.
I'. I'ATUICK'8 OHUUCH-Mnth fit. and
Public sorvloe, Habbath 8:10 and 10 a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
babbath School, 2 p.m.
sorvlco cvory dsr, 8 a.m.
llxv. 1'. J. O'Hai.LORi.f, l'rleit.
T. JOSKl'H'S CUUllCH.-(Oerman,) cor.
iter or Walnut and Cross streets.
Mam. evory Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
V caters, 'i p. m.
ilaiH during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
, . , . .'lliV.U. UorvMAM, 1'rloit.
tl'.UMAN LUTJlKltANCHUHCH 13 th
truot botwoon Washington Avenue and
I'reachuig Sunday morning at 10 o'dook.
dabbath School at U o'clock p. m.
ItHV. a. DuKiiscilNcu. l'astor.
lOUNO HKN'H OIUIWTIAN AHHoCIA
TION. Uegular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over llockwell
X Ce's book (tore! Commercial avenue.
Weekly Pray or modlng, Friday, 7 p.m. at
L. W. Stillwklx, l'realdent.
KCONH M1SB10NAUY HAI'TIBT
CUUllOU. Corner Syeatnoro and Forty
tint streets. 1'reachlng Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 8 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church Is connected with the Illinois
Association, by the First Missionary 11 an
Hat Church oi Cairo.
Hkv. Solomon Leonard, Faster.
KKIOAN METHODIST. Fourteenth, bo
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Servlcea, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
Claw meoU at 3 p.m.
KOOND KUEE WILL BAPTIST' Fif
teenth Stroet, between Walnut and Codar,
h. li and 8 p. m.
IUv. N. Hicks, l'astor.
11KE WILL UAIT18T HOME MISSION
SAUIIATU SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
knd Cedar Street.
Sabbath School, 9 a.m.
r ItST FUJCE WILL UAl'TIST CUUUCU
S irvlces, !
, Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A7i p. m.
Hrv. Wm. Ksixxr, l'astor.
rilliT MISSIONARY IJAITLST CUUllOII.
p-Oidr, between Ninth and Tenth Sti.
1T oachlng Sabbath, 104 a,m. and 7i p.m.
t'r&yer meotlur, Wednesday evening.
Trenching, Friday evenlnv.
Sabbath bchool, li p.m. John VanBazter
aud Mary Stephens, Superlutendenta.
Hkv. T. J. Siiohks, Fastor.
KCOND JJAl'TIST CHUUCII FourWenth
Street, betwocn Cedar and Walnut. The
only llaptut church recognized by tho Aa-
Sorvicoj, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Ilrv. Jacob UKAUUar. Eder.
Ak.. -nblr at the Asylum Maaonlc Hall, first
rd vi.. 'J Mondays In each month.
'.A.'ltO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo-
cati ,u at masonic uau, toe soconu rnuay
in each month.
iAIItO (MIAI'TEK No. 71. Keirular Con-
vocation at Masonic Hall, on tho third
Tuesday ol every month.
iAiitri i.nnnK An.iun F.iA, M. Heiru.
lar Communlcatlana at Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
il.HXASDKH LODGE. I2t MeeU in Odd-
Fellows' Hall, In Arter'a building, every
I hursday evening at o o'docK.
(Ibvornor John L. lievcrldgo
heeretarv of State Ooorge H. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplncott
itato Treanurcr Casper Huu.
Attorney Ucncral-Jainea K. Edsill.
3upt. FubUc Instruction Newton Uatoman
Senators Hkhard J. Oglesby and John A.
Representative Eighteenth District Uacc
MEiillElLS OENK11AL ASSEMULY.
lteprcsentatlvcs In the Wth district.
ohn 11. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math
w J. I tin core.
Senator for tho BOth district. Jesse Ware.
CIRCUIT COUKT. ',
Judge D. J. linker, of Aloxonder,
Slate'it Attorney l'atrlck 11. l'opo.
Clerk H. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Survyor John 1'. Holy.
Judge- F. llrosa.
AssoclatcJ. E. McCrlto and S. Marchll
on. Clerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
CoronerJohn H. aosmao,
MUNiail'AL TIo VE11NMENT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer 11. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. 11. Fallls.
Clerk Michael Howloy.
Attcrnev 11. Watson Webb.
l'oltco Magistrates F. llross and J. J.
Marshal and Chief of l'ellce-Wm. MoIIale
Street Comml-wloner D. J. (iuUlean.
Mombers l'ollco Force A. Cain barirent.
yf. w. wooten, l-nimp iicini,ubui. Mennor
and ueury i . aiariin.
noAiin o ALllKllMKN.
First ward-Ulram IJUby and J. M.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
Third ward John McKwon and Y. Kors-
Fourth ward C,
and M. J.
Fifth ward Jno. II. Hoblnson
Corner Slato St.
Tht mott Smovmtd Brxcialltt of the Am, in tit-
trtatmtnl vVJlIVATJH, CUR0X1O and Vlih
XARY DISEASES, SEMIS'AL WEAKNESS.
Tkt mult e( srif Indliott Oou r M(r . ioitint
vxaroL'iKtsS.rnirLM ox ma VACI. AVtBHOSTO
sociitt. wrAinsD Biant, toss oir jiemobt .o
UlVnOOO MO NTLt Cvhid. TU CBIh ur
urmClL LITIBATURE. lllMtrt4 wllhtbuM Tlip
icUltlof bostr wrjtflf not, 'r. Th lmpJlmot
u nuti4M. Tbilf Mtsn. oasat sol un. Vrt 60 e.au,
tlpl.lnM4M.Wt. tullti rtvlrto srleUI4,
wdlul iuisIim r 4m nuf 'Uo titmt tht doour.
I.r.llJj ptxllol Hi rtrU IrtnKOU, Mr, U4M
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
'Jomsr Twelfth sUoet and Wasnlnfiton Aye
J. C. HUELS.
' (Late el 8t. Iionls,):
I'OOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK i
iti.ATJKTlOOICS of evorv descrlntlon done
with 'neatness and dispatch. All kinds ot
j ruliaf ;doa t abort no tloe Bibles, tMusle,
itairailBM aBd.reriodioaki bound neat and
.t h inwAit noaslble rates.
County, war Vi wu as Records, Uoclcot
t. RAttr. limnlta. file, made a sneclaltv.
uoxe's, .Vopkotllook9,Kuvel9p8, etc., maifa
lubllnllOB OHM, Balltitfa tJatldlng
K11IDAY, JUNK 12, 1874.
11EMINISUKNCKS OF Ul'IiWKH
lly n London Newspaper nun.
OOiiMtlorinu that Lord Lytton occu
pied liitiiHoll' in composition only for
lour hours every day, it is surprising
mo amount ol work ho triad to get
through, lio novor hud nt auy time du
ring my acquaintance with him, nny
tliing like good lioallli; ho was always
plaoing himsoli under tho earo of hoiiic
physician, and if ho heard of any new
romcdy which ho thought mitcht ho ap
plicable to hia own cacc, lie was suro to
avail himself of it. hike his brother,
tho distinguish dipomatiit, ho became
in later life nearly a con
firmed hypochondriac, although his in
tellectual power did not eecm in any
I was on u visit at Kudbrook Park.
near Kichuiond, about twenty years ago.
It was then u hydropathic establish
mont, prcsidod over by a physician of
eminence. To my Biirnripo, i mot
Lord Jyttou strollinir un tho nvenue
one morning, carrying his pipe in one
hand and a small traveliriL' bat? in ilio
)thcr. Tho Jiondon rcasou was nt ilj
hcicht. and tiarliamcnt (titiim?: lm
romaiucd for at least tdreo months, tak
ing his meals at the public tabic, walk
ing much in Richmond park, ami occu-
..! 1 !. - -II - ?.! 1
pying uiinten mm iiih papers and
pipe. J. lie tobacco ho Biiioked was not
very strong, hut tho incessant mo of it
must have been highly injurious to
nerves so finely strung as his. He
seemed to mo to have scarcely any ap
petito for food: at breakfast ho soldom
ato moro than a mouth full of toast.
and having swallowed a cup of tea, flew
of! to tho rolaco of his beloved nine.
There was, I remember, a snaco of
tangled brush wood immediately be
hind the house, whore I have seen him
sit and saunter for hours togcthor, up
parcntly absorbed in thought; and no
one, although the koujo was full of
people, ever thought of interrupting
his solitude. lie arrived without any
servant, and nover had a visitor
during the wholo period of his so
At Knobworth, which is tho heredi
tary scat of tho Lyttons, his mother's
iamiiy, tnc novelist did not in bis lat
ter life, reside much. A friend of
mine the late LadvMurrv. lived atAn-
delbury, only a fow miles distant, and
while ou a visia I had frequent op
portunitics of hearing of her famous
neighbor. Ho was extromoly popular
and beloved by tho lower ordors in all
that part of the country, and his hos
pitality ws apparently without a limit.
I'coplo camo lrotn all parts of tho
world, especially from America, to see
bitn. Tho house at Knobworth was
often full, but 1 don't think the host
always knew who bis guests were. I
recollect being struck by tho appear
ance of a remarkabfo Jookini; man.
bearded like the pard, and I iuquircd
of tho late Mr. Teunyson D'Kyucourt
if he could iuform mo who he was. "I
do not know," ho said, "but I will ask
lie mado the
nor any ouo
else in tho
bouse could supply tho required infor-
era frequently camo with letters of in
troduction, a low from llaron Taueh-
nitz, of Vienna; they were invited, as a
matter of course, to remain for a week
or so; and then tho host, too often con
fined to lus own apartment by illness,
would forgot all about thorn, and
they departed as mysteriously as they
It is well known that in his early
lifu Lord Lyttou wrote a noval called
"Tho Last of tho Barons." Ho was the
first noble, tho first barou, of his own
raco and it was to me the most affect
ing part of tho uiclaucoly cennonial
of his funeral to hco tho coronet he had
so nobly won placed at tho head
of the gouBeloss clay. Vanitas vanxta-
HOW TO SET TUB
1. Hub your furnituro with lincecd
oil, nud presevro carefully tho old
greasy rags used lor tins purposo
in a paper box in
an out ot tho way
i. If tho lire in the stove does
not burn well, pour benzine or
kcroscno on it from n well-filled gallon
'A. AVhen you light your cigar or the
cas, throw tno uurnmg match no
inattor whero and don t look alter
it, oven if it gets into tho wasto papor
1. Put a burning candle on tho sholf
of a closet aud forgot about it.
0. Always read in bed until you
full nslcop with a burniug caudlo near
u, Especially tor butidors: rut tne
ends of wooden beams into a fluo
walls: nnd if you build hot-air fur
naccs. bo careful to uso as much
wood as possiblo in their construe
7. Always buy tho cheapest kerosene
you can got. LTho Huilder.
VR. W. 13LAXJW
iuacn lllrclc (up sialrs) comer 8tb Btro
ouu wasuiugioa Avenue.
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who savs ho will nay 8.VX) lor a cuho ol Ca-
tnrrh which he tails to euro. AVolcott'a Ca
tarrh Anniniiiiior nas cured mommmis who
would lmvu jierlshed without it, and my
apciil will rciurii mo iiiunuy io uny iur
chiitcr who tries a bottlo ami is not benefit
ted. Did vou over try WOLCOTT'S PAIN
VACsTr Ily Us uso Hums, never blUtur ; it
stojis iiuauacuo, iooiuuviih tutu neuralgia
viuiiii live luimuen, or money roiuimou.
O. (loi.DtiMiTii, cor. liilli Si Lncustl tts
my iiKciii. it. u. woLco'iv. 'mh -u-ud-hw
A NEW IMPROVED
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vlcim.i, 1873.
Tho Highest Order ol ".Medal Awarded
at the K.vpoiltloii,
NO SKWINfl MACHINE RECEIVED A
A VEYi O0OI) lUIASOXS:
1. A New Invention thoroughly tcitcd
and f cured by Lcttem Tatem.
a. Make a i'i:itn:cr Lock Stitch, allko
on both Miles, on all kind-ol good.
.'!. Itun.i Llht, Smooth, NnNelco, and
JUpId best roiiiMm'lon ol ciiallllcs.
4. Durable Itunn tor years without re
pairs. f. Will du nil vurltlc Of Work ami Fannr
0 lit most uaUly inanai'cd by the oncrn-
liiii. ormftch may be altered wbllo
runnliifr.and iimthlnc can be threaded with
oni passing iiircau tnrougli bolcr.
7' Vwtun Nlmiiln. I.wn(..u, ill-aunt.
forming the stitch without the uso of CVa
Wheel Gears. Uoturv t,'am or Lever Ann.
Has the Automatic Drop Feed, which In
sure uniform length of stitch at nnyspercd
Has our new Thread Controller, which fol
lows cuy movement of ncedlu-bar and
prevents Injury to thread.
8. Construction most careful and tin
lulled. Ills manufactured by the must hk III
ful an 1 cziierlcnced machanlcs. at the cele
brated llKMI.NOTO.V AltMllHV, II.IO.V, N'. V.
Chicago OHice, 'iS State Street.
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
Dr. Cox's Htvo (Croup) Syrup has been
known and used by the medical profe-Mon
over 100 years, and ai u remedy lor Cold
and Coughs ha? on older and better rep Jta
lion than any other Cough medicine over
ollorcd to the public. It Is known as tho
Compouud Syrup ol Squills, and a formula
may be Inunu In every mcdicaldlspcnatory.
Dr. Hansom's Hive Syrup and 'l oin, In ad
dition to the Imrrcdlents for Cox's Hive
Syrup, contains Hah-am ol l'ulu, decoction
ol Skunk Cabbage Hoot und Lobelia, a com
bination that must commend it to every one
as a superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs and
Colds, indeed lor all ntlectlons of the Throat
aud Lungs when a cough mediclno Is
This Syrup Is carefully prepared under
the personal direction ot a rcirular Physi
cian of over twenty years' practice, whoso
siKiiaiuru is biucuuu lo
the directions on
Is very pleasant and chlldron
should keep it as a ready
remedy for Croups and Colds, etc, among
1. Kaswom, Sox A- Co., Propr's, Dufl'alo.
DR. J. It. MILLER'S
This mediclno mav with nrosrletv bo
ca'.lcil an "Universal Itemed v." us It is fast
superseding all others as a general tunilly
mciiicino. u cures, as ir by JlAOMiTlC.
1NFLUKNCK, Neuralgia and all pain, und I j
thcrcforo very properly termed ".Magnetic
iiaim." it isjiurciy u vegetable preparation.
It has no equal as u remedy lor Cholera,
anafnwei" comdMnS3' V,CU
Its timely wo will cure Coldi-. Croun.
Diphtheria, Quinsy, and all Throat affec
hen properly used. Fever and Atmc.and
other complaints Incident to our western
ana sontbern climates, are easily broken up.
Nervous Pain. blck-Headacho. and Hheu-
matlun aro cured by this medicine when all
ouiers navu laiiea. lootliaciiu, Karaclic,
Hums, Chilblains and llruUcs aro rullovcd
at onco by its use.
The geuulno has D. Hansom .t Oo.' pri
vate Jtovenuo Stainii on the outnide.und Dr.
,1. It. Miller's Magnetic Halm blown In the
Examine closely and buy none but the
hoiu ny an Druggists. Price as cents per
D. Hansom, Son & Co., Propr's, liutralo,
N. Y. Jan. 'ij-w-Ot.
8AM U EL P. WIIKULEU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Otlico over First National bank.
Wlllam O. Mulkoy
MULKKY & SON,
Eighth strcot, botwoon Commor
slal and Washington avonues.
OrllKEW & Q1LUKUT,
OOUNBELOH8 AT LA"W.
William H. Oreen, .
William li. uuDert,
Miles r.ailfcort, J
rBDootal attantlon aires to AdmlialtT and
mot odio LivaB, booms T amo 8 ovn
OITTMATlnlf AX HA.HK
Rott. Wood & Oo
11SG RIDGE AVENUE
FountnliiB, Vusoh, AnliunlH. Iron Stairs,
i.niui rosis, Mnuiiiriuiiib's,
niro ii oi ks.
OAST, WR0U01IT WIRE RAILINGS
NKWnnd IMllOVKl'DOUAIK lorthcatics,
Concert und l.cciureiians.
And a (Jontiral Assortment of Owia
mental IrOu AVbrk.
titlma'is ami (lorl;un eeiitou (ipiillcatiou,
statimr mo cituHoi won: uenirou.
at 1 1 l-eo.l il
UNTIL VOU II1TK
As wo havo 12 OOOI) UKASONS uhv
they will do your work.
QUICK AND EASY,
CilEAi' AiN'JJ ULifAiV.
They aro choap to buy,
They aro bolt to use,
Thuy bako evenly and quickly,
Tholr operation Isporfoct,
Tboy have alway a good draft,
Thoy are made of tho host material,
They roast porfoctly,
They require t ut liltlo fuel,
They aro very low pricod,
Thoy are easily managoij,
They are suited to all localities,
Every itovo guaranted to give
Excelsior Man'fg Co-
NT. LOtriN, MO.
C.W. JIKN'DLltSON, Cairo,
iLlSSOUHl STATE LOTTKUV.
Leoauzxi) dt Stats Autuobitt a.wd
Duawk in Puiilio ia 8t. Louis.
Olasb (J, to nr. Diuwn March 31, 1874
6,880 l'rizos, Amounting to $309,000.
500 rrlMsof...... 100
TIckoti 110 : Half Ticket. 5: tiuartor
Tickets, Jl 60.
Oar lollrlti ire chirtcrsd br lb Stt. r
aiwiji ariwn si ids limn ntmed, Da ii draw
idji r ucdar lb uperUion of sworn com
J he official drawing will be DuUnhcd In the .Si.
Louis papers and a copy ef drawlnc icnt to imrchaicn
W c vr U draw a similar scheme the lait dav of everv
month Hurlng tin year U7t.
I'tmli at our tit oy poit omce money order, te;lj
teied letter, draft tr eirct. Scn.l for circular
Address Mt'HICW, .M1LI.KR .V CO.,
, 1' O. Lot 2 1 W. Et.Lmli, Mo.
c. nT hughes,
General Insurance Agent
Ohio Levee, over Jlathus k Uhl's.
tOfJionc but jbst-chm Conwaniis
SalVorrt, Morris & Candce,
78 Ohio Lovco, City National Hank
Building, Uaiuo, Ills.
The olilot established Agency In Southern
Illinoln, representing over
ol theest IiiMirnnee Capital theioU. S
IT IS 3STOa'
UK IN NTILI. MVIHU AND 15 OAIH
Ills olllce anddlfpensary at
NO. 22EIGIlTiI STREET,
lint, nnmmarctal and Wnnnineton avonuos
It 1h true, the doctor is one of the oldest
physicians of tho place, and his diploma,
Hmt imnirH iii bin oflleo. uiinivii that ho has
boon 8ti years In tho profession. Ho Is doing
a larger omooprasiicu man any umur imj
slclan, treating all kindi of clironlo dlseasos
nt ihn human HVStem. SUnli na old lllcors. and
all dUeaBos of tho skin, humors and blood
poisons; also uiseasesor tho turoBi, uwo
all diseases ot Uio oyos of years staudlng
11 an nrtlt elal OVUS lnSerlpil! 1 SlUia eurei
without tho uso of u klio; cancers cured
bv tho application of medicines; plmploson
the faco removed; all urinary discuses
cured ; all forms of venoroal and prlvato
illseases'cured In tho sliortest time; somla
weakuoss aud sclf-uhuse cured in u shor
It Is soil-evident that a physician treating
cases for twenty-two yours acquires great
All consultations confldeutlcal, in person
or by lottoa.
medicines furnished at of&eo In
fn-23 tf.1 l)u. uaviii UnLTz
A IliLlAM. K. SMITH, MD.
HKSIDEICUK-No. ai, Tlilrli-eittli stroet
between Waiuliutton avoHiie and Walnil
troot. Olllce 12'J commercial aveuuo, up
Tho only runaoio UlHDiatrlbutlon the in
To bo distributed In
L. D, SINE'S
To bo drawn Saturday, July, -lib, 187
One Prize $5,000 In Silver!
Five Prizes $1,000 each in Uroonb&cks
Fivo Prizes COO each in Greenbacks
Ton Prizes 100 each In Greenbacks
Two Family Carriai?H and Matched Horfp
with ailverOlountcd Harness worth
Two iltiL'glcs, Horscs,Ac. worth ?C00 cadi
Two Flue-toned lto.-ewood Placo, worth
Ten Kamllv .Howlnir Xnplitnea . worth
llWOOold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(In all. worh from 20 lo 8.100 rnrh!
Gold chains, Silver-ware, Jowclry, .Ve., Ao.
Numiieh or Gifts 10,000. Tickets um
KTKD TO W.000.
AGKNTS WANTED TO SELL TICKKTS
to whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
SINOLK TICI.ETS 82: SIX TICKKTS 10
TWELVJS TICKETS $20 TW'ENTV-riVH
Tickets 8 to
a description ol tho manner of drawing, and
other information In reforrenco to the dis
tribution, will bo sent to any ono ordering
them. All letters must bo addressed to
main ovxicji, L. 1). SINK, Hox 80.
101 W. Filth St. CINCINNATI. O.
Vulcan Irox "Work
JOHN T. RENNIE,
Fouqks and Pipe Fittino,
STEAM EM1INKS, HII.I., STKAMHOA1
Manuiacturea and rcpairca,
Special attention glun to llcht and hcavv
forirlni;. bouse, briuxo, ruuroaii aim juu work
aud all work of a similar character.
Steam and uas lilting in all its branchos.
A full assortment ot Morris, Taskcr t Cd'i
Philadelphia pipe and llttlngs. Ilra.s goods
etc.. and uas llxtures alwavs on hand.
PIPING OF HOUSE FOH GAti
MABH A SPECIALTY.
Agontfor Cameron s special steam pumr
and boiler lcedcr. Tho best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, aud Judson'l
patent governor and (jovernor valve,
Tho lollowlng engines, etc, for sale :
Two steamboat engines, lbl lHch bore ot
cylinder; live feet stroke, andlngoodordci.
One steamboat shatt nnd crunk; wrot Iron
One endue for hoisting freight: 7X10.
Ono 10X20 saw mill engine, with tlmft and
crank lor muly or gang haw, second hand.
Ono now 7a12 engine; my own manufac
ture. Also, a socsnd-hand stave cutting ma
chine and jointer, nnd warehouso hoisting
maahtno, In good order.
Kngines and machinery of all kinds boucut
33 XT T O HER,
Ami Dealer in J
Eiorrrii Htrkkt, iikt. "Wasiiinoton akd
Commkkciai AVK.adJoInlng llanny'e.
Keeps tho beet of IlccI, Pork.Mutton veal,
I.iiinli. Shiihiil'o. I'tc. und is pruparcd to
fccrve fumilles in a acceptable maunur.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
Aud Dealer In
ALL KINDS, OF Jj'JUiSH JIEAT8
Koar Cor. TwoutlotU Htroot and
HYLAND & SAUR,
And Pcalm In
CHOICE FRESH METS; , :
Of every tlccrlption, 6 I
Cor. loth Street and Cqmmcrelal Avenue,
Nest door tO'tlio lljlaiid Saloon.-
I I" II 't 1(J , I! A
Oauio, tLuNois. '
An old physician onoe said that nearly all
diseases originate from A Mskahkd conIii
tiom ok THK li VKH, and lids statement Is
true, although it may at first seem like an
eiagfferatlon. When the Liver U nut ol or'
dor Ilio wlmis system and every organ and
function suiTcr more orlops In coneiiicm-e.
In tho Inelplcnt stages ol the (INcase n man
II0KS X0T KNOW WHAT AILS HIM.
IIo N moody,, rcstlcis ami (lcipomlent;and
that li the limo to lake n simple iik.mkiiv
that will roitoro h in to he-lth.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
and prevent iv wholo train of dlsoaxcs that
JIOTT'S L1VE11 PrLLS cure torpidity or
NOTTS LIVEIl TILLS gives tone to iho
MOTT'S LIVEIl PILLS clcanso tho sy
tem or bile.
MOTT'S LlVKlt PILLS drive out fcbrilo
MOTT'S LtVLlt 1'ILLS strengthen tho
ilOTt'S LIVEIl A'UA.H j-cgiilate the
Liver, and aro moro reliable as a Liver med
icine than any of tho mineral preparations
that DOMOHK HAItM THAN (K)OI).
For sale by nil druggists, l'rlco 3S cenlo
JOHN F. 11ENKY, CUIlllAX&CO., Pro
prietors. H and 1) College Place, Mew York.
Buy the World-Renowned
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.j
Cincinnati Exposition ;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
ESr' For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitohing, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitohing
fine or lieauy Goods, it is
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rali Road Station of
Noodles for all Sowing
Machines for Salo,
Old .Machines taken in, Exchange.
Send for Circulars, Price
List, c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to'Sewing Machines,
fashions, General ews and
Add'eUS, 1,1 3 A
Proe'c(ii for 1874 fclBtJOf M T1AR
An IlliiAtrtod Monthly Journal, unlrrttlt
admitted to ba thd.utndiotneit period
ical in tho World. Arcpresentatlv
and champion Of American Urt. ,
.rr . .-icX .
Nr ronALz in 3ook oukwa Stork
.. i 'J r liii T
The Alilln, whlld Isrnled Wlthalf tborci:
uUrlty, lus none or tho temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic of ordinary peri
pd cnlt. It Is an elogant mUcollany of pure
light nnd urncotul llteraturo ; and bollco
:,! . T'lc'nrc. tho rareit imBCtmeB or ar
tistic skill, in black and whlu.. Although
each' succeeding 'number aironJ 4 fiash
pldasuro to It friend; the rcatSalurand
beauty of Tho Aldlno will bo most appreci
ated after it has been bound up at the closo
of the year. While other pnblleatloni may
claim superior cheaitneos: as compared with
rivals ot a similar claw, the Aldlno ia an un
Iqtio and original conception alono and un
npproacliod absolutely without conccpU"
in price or character.
ART DKl'AUTilKNT, 1874.
The Illustration, of tho Aldlno have w.
a worI(.vldo roptltatlon, and in the art cen
tre ot Kurope it ,is an admitted fact that
Its wood cut are examplca of the highest
perlcctlon ever attained. The commor
prejudice in ravora' "tcel platoa," Is rap
idly vlcldinc to a icduratfld nnit .If..
criminating tasto which recognizes tho ad
vantigcs tho advantngoa or superior artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
1 no quarterly iiniou plates (or 187 will be
ay iiioa. noran anu .1. u. woodward.
Tho CliTlstm&ii l.iun tnr 1R71 will .nni.in
special designs appropriate to the season,
by our best artlsu, and will surpass to at
tractions any ot 1U prodecesson.
jrho onglnal pictured . weVpilnted ifflo
tho publishers of tho Aldfne. by Thoma
mfoir,'. lo;(lercnt ol()r,u,0 Pictures and
purchased by congress for ten thouand
dollars. Tho subjects were chosen to rotu
resent ten thousand dollars. The subjects
wcro chosen to represent "The Kait" S
The West.'t Oho la n view iS the White
Mountains, Wow' Hampshire ; the other
territory. The ehromos, nro each worked
uSSnfe d.'St,nct 1,latoil ' ro WS
M.xioi and appcaranco exact fac-slmlleg ol
.,,,. t NWAKK- N' J' Sept 20. 1873.
Messrs. .lames sutton t Co. .
Okmtlkmkn I am dollghted with the
proofs In color ot your ehromos. They aro
wonder ully lueetsatttl representaUons by
mochanlcal process of tho original palntlnis
Vcryrcspeclfuily. Titos. SIoban?
Thoso ehromos aro In evorv nnaa . Atn.n.
can. Thoy aro by an orinal American pro
w with material ol American manufac
ture, rrom designs of American scenery bv
liHiSJlS ".f'S'T' and Pentcd to sub
scribers to tho first successful AmoMcmi
Vm. shl??!! ii "n.0 fetter because of all
this, they will certainly possets n Interest
iuimSu iuuucuon can inspire, and nei
ther aro they any the worso if by reason of
peculiar facilities of production they cost
tho publishers only a triilo, while equal in
every respect toother ehromos that are sold
singly for doubb tho subscription price ot
If any Bubscribor should Indicate, r pre
feronco for a flguro subject, the pabllshcrs
wl "'l "ThougbtH ot Home" a new aoi
bcatlfui e lirc-mo, I4r20 Inches, representing
a llttio Italian exile whoso epeakimr eves
betray tho longlDip) ot his heart. b
f5 por annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
For 550 cknts extki, tho ehromos,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mall.
Tho Aldino will, hcrcattcr, be obtainable
only by nubscriptlon; Thero will no be re
duccilor club ratoj cash for subscriptions
must be sont to tho publishers direct, or
handed to the Ideal canvassor, without rc
sponslhlUty tb 'tho publishers, except in
omcs whero tho cortltlcato Is given, beanag
the faclmllo slt'natnro of James auttonVt Co.
Any person wisning to act permanently
as a local canvasser will roceivo lull and
ny person wishing to
iruiiijn miuriuuiKiii uy applying to.
Burrox & L'o., Publishers.
fiH MHldnn Lno Nnw York
1 lie great discovery ol tbr,
ago. Thorelsnopaln which
tii OonUur Unlment will not
' "J,1,8".' 1,0 awolUng which it
wlllnotMibdue, and ino lamo
noss which it win not cure
.This la strong language, but
l&rVi Uio recipe 1. printed arounj
oach bottle. A clrculu- containing ccrtlfl
sates of wotderiul oiros ot rhoumatlsm
neuralgia, Ic-jk-jaw, sprains, swellings,
burns, scalds, enkd-breasts. poisonous
bites, frozen lect, goit, saltrheum, ear-ache
to,, and the rccipo 0 tho Liniment will bo
seut gratis to anyono It Is the most won
derful healing aud pan rcllevlngaagent the
world has ovorprodued. It sells aa no ar
ticle ever beforo did ell, and it sella becauso
it doosjust wbatit petends to do, One bot
tlo ol tho (Jen tan r Unlment for animals
(yellow wrapper) U yorth a hundred doV
Urn (or spavined, stained or galled horsel
ond mules, and for trjw-worm in sheep.
No family or stoek-oVner can afford to bo
without Centaur l.lnlnont. Price, 60 cents;
acgr bottlos. $1. J. B. Itoso A Co., b'i
Uroadwar, Aew York.
OASTOlllA is more tian a summtuto tor
Castor Oil. It Is the otiy savit article in
exlhtenco which is sure ts regulate the bow
els, euro wlndcollc and )rodnce natural
sJacp. It tsploasanttQtako Children need
not cry and ninilir4 mav shep' 10-7 wlv
.A. ID IB!
1 1 ; Ji 1
"COOK OF TIIE WAIJC!"
Andrew f.ohr desires to let the ticonlo
know that lio Is still living aud doing bust
ncsSat his old stand in Cairo, and Is ready to
rt-'Lt'iiu uiiv uiiitr iiuiii iiiu uti ur vuuiiiijr
tor noua water, uiucr, Aie, anu qt. .ouia
lie has uUo commeneod tltd ranniifactura
' I. llAlfi., ntnMn. AlJL ...I.I..I.
Is put up In soda water bottles, and Is the
tliiet '.leverage o.vr,yct!'nsuufacturcil for
family ue, im-j-i-im