otflelnl 1'nprrof the CMy find Ooilnlr
' .j.i.imj.i. A
JGfti'ft&HKIliA KdltYml rtibllshor'
flKHWOF TOJS DA1IA HUUrikTIN
On week, by currier 0 arv
One year by carrlor, In alvsnco 10 00
One yoar by carrier It not paid In
aJvanto i'i 00
tonbnA,bTia&lf;n..... i.... ion
rhroo month! a 00
Six north!. ft 3.1
iiMtiir i , ' :n no
TKim? or wjceklv iiullktin.
One Yolr 91 (W
Six Months , 7i
Threo Month W)
Invariably In advance.
KratiliiB innKi-r on ecry tK.
Conqiiksh hti. voted seven Imndu'd
nnd Gfty thousand dollar for llio new
TllE.luuu tertr of tlio llliuoi s-u-prcino
court vtow'in jifttainii nt Mt Vci
non, wiW co Una week.
Till: republican stalo convention
meets in Springflold to-day. I'idgway,
it appears, is tlio nccoptod caudidato for
state treasurer, but some dimension
is anticipated on the voto for superin
tendent Of public instruction,
Tib president nnd tho leaser lights
who run tlio government at Washing
ton, aro getting tired Of iho city and
longing for tho day when they can
leave it, and cujoy tho pleasures of
Uope Mny,U6hg Branch, etc. -
Cochise, tho famous Apaelio chief,
died on the ninth inst. Among tho
thing which made Cochico infamous,
aa woll as famous, was his habit of put
tiug little bahics on ved hot stoves and
roasting thfein. Tie orthodox hell of
Cro and brimstone, where ho would ex
perience a little roasting hunjxlf, is
the kind jhnt Uophifo ought to go to,
for a little hile nt least.
Tub District of Columbia ring is not.
to be whitewashed.. The VHsliii;ton
correspondent of tho Chicago 'Times'
says the committee's "review of the
testimony will be very elaborate, inak
- . . .
lug iuii mention aim criticism upon
i'lngiuucts wuuuvriui hystem or ac
counts; tho management of the ougin-
ccr's department, U vuvoy,aud incas
urciriont, with a complete vindication o
Mr. Uluss, and tlie invaluable service
rendered by' Mr. Blickcnsdorfcr liy
Ilia nwnnt!.. P . 1. f!l 1 11
vijiuiiuuu ui uib nucrai nuowanccs
granted to favorite couti actors. Kvory
department of the government is scru
tinized, according to tho testimony re
lating thereto, and almost every act of
each legislative and executive is judged
in accordance, so that nothing lias es
caped its full share of reasonable rofer
onco, leaving hut few points omitted
that tho testimony renders important.
Thcro will he no whitewashing or cov
ering up the favorites, and much less of
shifting tho responsibility ,tipon subor
dinates." AROUND TH K CLOhl-i.
Cyrus W. Field, having connected
tho United States and Kuropo by nn
ocean telegraph cable, is determined
now to perform tho same good office
between tho United States and Asia.
His ultimate 'intention is to place, like
D...1. - i ..
i utk, a giruio arounu mo I'urtii, so
that, finally, a dispatch leaving Lon
don and darting westward, will flush
around the world, and accomplish
the parodoxical feat of arriving at
the point nf departure cro leaving
Mr. 1'ield coiitoniplatori laying tho
Pacific cablo from San b'rmcieco to
Yokohama, by tho Southern routo via.
Honolulu and Ocean Island. Tho dis
tances will ho : From Sim Francisco o
Honolulu, 2200 miles; from that point
to Ocean 'Island, 1200 miles; and
thenco to Yokohama, UJiOO miles.
A branch cablo from Honolulu to
Sydney, Australia, is part or Mr.
Field's plan. From Yokohama, two
lines will bo laid westward, toward ISu.
rope. Onoofthcm will (ravcrto Si
bcria; tho other will go by way of ih
Knit Indies, connecting at Sin
npore with a branch cablo from Au,
The entiro cost is not expected Ho
exceea-M0,000,nW;,Wi 3Ir. Vl.,1.1
has no doubt of obtaining from tho
capitalists 01 i.omlou, .New York and
CJ- TJ ...
tjau rranciseo, organized m a joint-
stock- company. The ,,ow c.,jj0
would be a jjnjin inrcsitmeiit in tw
It will be rctiiemberoil'tlmt 11 United
StatcB' war bleainer i'im been engaged
for sonitf time ,,. takinB' soundings
of the Pacific, with'a view to attain
tho best, locality for luyjug.the pro
posed cable, TherpgrU.iio.iiir, a,0
A IIKltOLNH OF TIIH COM.
History records mauy instances of
w woman Wrooxhibitod oourngo and
bravery under trying circumstance
Tho history' o? our own times, still un-
written, will-not bo wanting in such in
stances. In the lecture dclivorcd by
Henri Boohcfort in New York city ho
speafce of the ca?o of Louisa Michel,
a woman of tho commit,
no exiled to Now Cali-
donia with himself. In tlio first siogc
of Paris sho fired the first shot nt tho
outposts, nnd duiing both siege? 1(c
romainod to tho hist hour n i n is
"battling bravely ngainstlh n -amcs
army." After tho fight, tho government
feared her courage, nnd gavo orders for
icr arrest. Sho was concealed by her
friends, and tho government, to force
net surrender, arrested iicrmotncr, nnu
announced that, unless Louisji Miehol,
gave herself up, lior mother r would bo
shot within .twenty-fourficmra. Tho
laughtor instautly appeared bclorc tlio
soldiors and addressed thorn: "Here I
am, shoot mo down, but 1
forbid you ever hereafter to ro-
proaoli the couiinunn Avilh thpkillint:
or llioIiicMtngos At her trial boloio
the council of war, sho said to her
judges "I defy you to condemn mo to
death, because I will load you with
shamo in showing you how u woman
cau die." Sho was exiled to Now Cal
idonia, and ovcry month writes to tho
commissioners "to put under their nos
trils tho odor of, tlie blood Ihoy have
shed. ' Ono letter contained the fol
lowing :j ' 't
Mi:ssu:mts Ybu did well to prcfcribo
that one could correspond freely
with you by means of sealed letters.
My thoughts will reach you thus from
everywhere. ihoy will follow you
everywhere. There is too much blood
lotwecn us lor nil ,tho .ocean to over
waslu out, and your, fatality brings me
back to it. llowovcr, in Caledonia
thcro will bo a good opportunity to get
rid ol me; but you lack the courage.
However, if in placo of coldly assas
sinating, six months after the struggle
ypji had banished us all, the colony
would'havo beon flourishing to-day,
ahd you would not be murderers. Now
try to wash your hands m the face ol
history, doodby, iMes-sicurs.
I opisa Mk iif.i,.
When Frenchwomen thus meet im
prisonraent and court death, tho cour
age ol the men of France is no mys
REMINISCENCES OF GEN WIG
FALL. A correspondent of tho St. Louis
I)i:patch' gives some interesting stories
of the Into Senator Wigfall:
I read with some interest your nr
ticlo on tho death of General Lewis T.
Wigfall, ef Texas, a man who to my
mind, wns one of the most remarkable
characters tho South ever produced.
and I have thought somo reminiscences I
of him strung together nt random
might not lie uunfeeptable at this tune,
especially as his dentil has brought his
name once more prominently bclore
In conversation ho was ono of tho
most facinating men it was over my
fortune to bo thrown in contact with
not only a brilliant talker, but a
learned and profound talker as well.
Possessed of a wonderfully retentive
memory, a great fund of anccdoto, a
stylu that was exceedingly picturesque,
and a gift in making metaphors for it
cannot be called by any other name
that was inexhaustible, he could come
as near proving black to be white iu an
hour's talk, as it was said Lord Macau
lay eould. Heforo an nudienco of peo
ple proper ho was lrnsiotible. Once
after the war, and in tho mountains of
Colorado, General Wigfall happened to
bo passing through somo littlo mininc
town in tho silver regions. I think it
was in 170. H was raining hard and
had beon all day. Tho vehicle in
which ho had taken pas-age broke
down a short distance 'roui the placo,
and this necessitated a hank for the
night. Uoughly clad, covered with mud
and wot to the hkin, Wigfall struggled
up to the nearest hotel iu tho bottle
iiient and registered hi name. While
drying his soaked garmonts at the
stove, li shout was raised outside, and
the news eamo that n well-known char
acter of the place, a desperado called
Texas Peter, hnd been caught with a
suck of gold dut iu his possession that
lid not belong to linn, and that the
miners had formed thorn solves
into a court of jui.,ee in try him for his
"Whoro is tho man from ' Wiufall
asked of tho landlord.
"Thoy say ho is from Texas, but I
lou't know. Ilo lias a bad tinmo here
abouts, and I expect it will go hard
Wigfall himself wax from Texas. and
pcrlmim home momorv nt tho htnio nt
'ho time, was busy nt his
heart and caincstlv nt wm-L-
upon his sympathy. Tho sob
riquet of Texas Putor, in ul
probability a borrowed one, arrested
his attention ut ouco. Ilo roso abrupt
ly Iroin Ins seat, wcut among tho min
ers, gathered together iu tho ruin to
pat-s hotueneo upon a tollow mortal who1
in their eyes hnd committed thouiiiiar
dmiable m. The culprit hnd' ,l0
friends, lie wBaKaut,t man, with u near
ncrocs tho right cheek, iron gray huir
and a face that was strongly marked
.vi piM.au... ma Kmu wan uhtiibliHhed
beyond doubt, and with all duofurmaL
ity ho was sentenced lo death. r,
rope was brought, and from purple
hue the man's face turned ashen
igian leaned over to him and
asked him gently ir thoie was anyone
in loxas who would bu
that ho had died like u dog. Yes, thcio
was one; n wife, whom ho had ouco
beon happy with, but who, for alt that
had beon cruojly treated and aban
W'tlI y'ou gcbneko her and silp
port hpr, if I hvo you V" "Wigralirdo
mnndqtl. $r ,
"The man swore ho would.
Then iu a twenty minutes' .speech, ns
has been declared to tho .writer .by
threo truthful men who wero present,
Wigfall did with that rough, unshorn
crowd just what he pleased. They
oricdj laughed, felt sorrow nnd rage
and infinito pity by turns, nnd finally
with n great cfl rohjas"cd tho thief and
bade him go' in peace while the spell
was on fhcni. . ,. -m Vl
Heforo IViL'la Jefl tho" town he drew
up a code of Faws'TOr "tlio ,.iiiincp, in
tended foi their local self-government;
had refused tho profits of a hundred
claims if ho would stay among them
and keep the peace; and declined to
take, witli mueJi gentleness ana many
kind words, no end of presorts as nn
hotnnco to his eloiiuonCo :nid the inter
est ho had shown in tho welfare ol the
f Hon. Olinrlci Friuicii Adnmas, who hat
probably glvuu m tutieli nlienilou to tlie
subject uf rnllrouit loULtiun as nny'olber
man in tlio eouoiry, nnd uououets more
tliim any ut our pruuitiuiit publie moo,
linos llltlu to approve in Uio Dill mtio-
mil ut tnupurposu lor wuicn'it n naiuiiti
bly Inlundud. Ilo diicunoi It, ol courcf
nt a muniuro ortglnntod In good t'nlth nnd
without ruforanuo to tlio moiivis that un-
durlio It, or tliu pojilblo pollllcul bua'int;
which too nutoor hopes to give It. Ilo
says i t
Xbu rotpocl in whicn tho Mcurary bill
goes too lur it briefly Ihlf : Tho conoral
licdy ol railroad tarllla in this euuntry Is
now nmJ'i up by tho fi-nly lit and ticket
ugontiur tlio tuvornl hum being iuiuo
l,o00 or v,JW iu numbor under ro.porm
bllity to their bOV'unil lowrdsoj direitors.
Tlio urifliv thus framed nro ifound by a
portitn of the public to ho unsatisfactory,
f ho SlcUrary bill proposos to romedy the
evil by creating u spocfes of board for tlio
ruviMuu ol tiiuso tarltlj, compotoil of nino
publi'- oCicials, from whose doclilons nn
nppual llus, not to tho ownora of thu prop
erty, but to tho putlt juries ut tho country.
Thu investigations 1 liuvo Hindu, no lets
than tuch oxporienco at 1 hvoyind, all
go to convince ino tbnt-itho remedy will
not euro tho uvil. I do not
beltovo It is podtiblu for
auy nlno men, no mattor how
honuttor oxpcrlonced they may bo, to
propurly roviso nil tho running railroad
tarritfi in ueo in tho United SUlos. Kvon
if they could, 1 do not believo indeed, 1
know perfectly well that they would not
bo able to rench tho root of tho prctont
Olllicuity. l tint dtlllculty is tlio nnlural
ouigrowtn or your wholo theory and sjn
torn of railroad construction, and you can
not ornoiCHlo ll in tnu way. unless you
nro prepared to go hII lengths and uptl
that syttom. It may woll be thnt the
tyitom is not tho best poisiblu; siieh at it
is, howovor, it Is thorn; and many of tho
ovlls thnt nro comnlalnod of every man
nt nil familiar with it knows aro vitil to
it. It is tho systoni of private ownership
regulated by competition, and tho effoit
through tho McUrnrv bill is to Fecure to
tho public nil tho bo no fit of 'competition
without nny of its burdnns. Itcnunot bo
Tho commlssionors nppolntHd undor that
bill, ir It boronics n law, will hnd tlmm
solvotplacod in an impcssidlo position;
thoy will bo forced In tho decisions to bo
olthor arbitrary or absurd. Thoy can be
guided nolthnr ly principles nor by proc
odont. Thoy must, unlos thoy dogcodlr
rnntont theuifelrm with lomu barbarous
"rulo of thumb," llko tho 'Wisconsin law,
settle each caso on its own individual
merit', rml tlio comrquoneo would bo that
thoy would soon accutnulato about them
selves n cloud of apparent inconsistencies,
In which their onomlcs would roTOl, whllo
tho public wandered moro hopolessly bo
foggod than evor.
JOIIN UAKTKK imOW.
lohn Carter Drown, of tho groat firm of
Brown aud Ivct, died In 1'rovidonco,
It. I., on tho 10th Inst., nt tho advanced
ago of 77 years. Ho was tho aocond ion
ot tho lion. Nicholas llrown, the distingu
ished bonefactor of llrown University,
from whom that Institution derivod Its
name. Ilo giaduated at tho University
in 1810. and bocaino u pnrtnor In tho firm
of Drown and Ives in 1832. Un tho
doath of his fathor, In 1811, ho Inherited
a largo estate. Ho has bo
stowod upon tho university largo nnd
inunlticont gifts, and hot nlso aldod many
othcr colleges nnd academics throughout
tho country. Ho was nlso ono of tho
oarlitst nnd largest contributors to too
Uutlcr Hospital lor tho lneano und the
Hhodo Island Hospital. Ho was ono of
tlio onrly members of tho Now Knglnnd
Immigration Aid .Society, nud accepted the
olllcogf president of tlio society at a tlmo
when tho Kansas struggle wos ut its
height. His library of American hlntory
was probably tho finest in this country.
Tho 'Journal' says of it;
Ho has nccumulatod, by his own se
lection and judgment nearly all tho pub
lications which are now extant in nny
lauguago relating to this oxtunnivo sub
ject, beginning with tho Columbus Let
tert of 1 l'J3, nnd ending with tho political
pamphlets of 1800. Thoao who Hro
familiar with simlllar collections in this
and in other countrios havo pronounosd it
to bo moro compluto in Its own special de
partment than any other In tho world. It
was his purposo to secure ovory work re
lating to oithor North or Kouth America,
tho smallest as woll as tho largest,
which was publishod in any part of tho
world, between tho first voyngo of Col
umbiis and tho uloso of tho eighteenth
century. Tho collection contains nearly
all tho bibliographical genu which aro
most highly prized. It is particularly
comprehcnslvo In all that rotates to
English, Spanish, 1'ortugueso, Kronch,
and Dutch colonization, und scarcely loss
so in materials for tho history of tho states
nnd nations to which this" colonization
gavo rise, or for Illustrating tho aborigi
nal races which faded away before its
An act of Infamous cruelty, under color
of law, roaches us from Annapolis. It
CQoms that some eighteen months slnco a
private was caught drunk and asloop
whilo on duty. Ho wsj tnod, convicted
and sentenced to two years solitary con-
uuuiiiuui in n uuugoou. Tho UUIIgooil or
collsolectod for this purposo la a closet
nvo loot by ton, undor tho wator-llne, in
tho hold of a vcssol. For eighteen
months, this miserable wrotoh, wo
aro nssurod, has In this man.
Jiur been shut out from tho light of
htavon, breathing tho noisome air of this
lotlnomo placo. Nothing but n vigorous
oonsiltutlon prevents this holng what it
will bo yet, tho death penalty, and n slow,
llngoring doath of torturo. Now how
often havo the olllcers who matod out this
torturo, or tho secretary who approved it,
boon drunk and aslttnp on duty ? Ono
doubts, with men a fact before us, tho
v-iiriiiiau civilisation of our aim Klunl.
n L I
Sotho ivonihii who beguiled tho Urnnd
Uuko Nicholas, and was tho rauso of his
arrest for iloallng and presenting hor his
mother's diamonds, is an American ad
ventufws aflo't nil, In splto of statomenta
to tho oo&trAtyK Bho wns n -Miss Klv, tho
daughtor of A Northern clorgymsn who
settled tubsdqnSntly in MUsoutl. Sho
married ClahdotKricly a man named II lack
ford, and on his death led n fait, reckless
and dissipated 1r0, first In Philadelphia,
nnd afterward In 'ew York and ra'rli.
8bo li said to ba very boaullful, very .f aic-1
Inatlng, vory unscrupulous, nnd extctlng,
and altogothor a dangerous woman. Tho
Grand Duke Nichols) has found hor to bo
so, to tho scandal of the Hurslan Court
nd to his own great coast.
mans .iughts in floiuda.
Tho following is a literal copy of a
juJgmunt just rendered by n Florldn
oouuiy judge, In n caso totwoon an old
black man nndhlswifot "Do it known
throughout all Christendom thnt tho hus
band is tho hoad of tho wife, acd what
ovor Is hls'n Is hls'n, and whnlovcr li hen
Is hls'n, nnd como weal or woo, penco or
war, tho rights of all preporty Is vasted In
tho lanband, nnd tho' wife must not tako
anything nvay. Tho ox bolongs to Undo
Den, nnu ho must keep it utid tho other
things, and if tho old woman quit), iho
must go ompty-bandod Know all that
this Is so, by order of tho Judge of probate."
Pi SMYTH &. Co7
No. O'O Ohio Levee,
t . OAlKQ, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker & Blake,)
PAINTS & OILS
. WALL PAl'KH,
WINDOW SUA DHS
And tii" celebrated llluiiilmitlnj;
Dross' Dm. ! ng, Uth Sl.i: Comercial Av.
Boot & Shoe
Itutwcec 'I'l'iith and Kleventh Street",
f prepan l In mi order wMliniit delay.
He hai a one sUivl. of iui J tl( il IcathiT on
li inil.Jii-l rn tlw d from Hi p crk, ami hav
put ((own lhi'ii lci'j to l0 lowct notch.
C. H. WHEELER,
WOOD AND COAL
Ol PICK AM) YAIJI),
10lh St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A lare mipply ol l'lttaburK and Dig
Muddy eoal constantly on hand. Stove
vood cawed to order. Order lor ccal oi
wood khould bo loft at tho ollico on Tenth
tsreot. Term", cash on delivery.
K. iMAXWLLL & CO.,
Manufacturer and Dealers In
MACHINE & HURNIG OILS
Al-o At-nti for the
No. 7I!, North Mali' street,-
CARRIAGE & WAGON
.Slxlli Slrtd nnd Coinmuiclul Avenue,
( VIKO, ILLINOIS.
and boneral u ialrln.
1 Veil to JloltBR SlIOINO
Eo5.t, Wood & Co
roiintuIiiH Vases, AiiIiiiiUh. Iron Stains,
Liuni iosth, stalilo Fitting,
CAST, WJ.0U0HT& WIRE IlAIMNdS
('otccrl and l.octuroillall.
Aud, a fiuneral AHBortnient ol Orna
mental Iron Work.
Kstlmatvt and donlijiia utoii Hpplivatlon,
slating tho data ol work dcblrod,
Z. D. MitthtiM K. C. Uhl
MATHUS9 & UHL,
1 Forwarding General
PLOUll, GRAIN, II A V AND
Caiuo, It. 1.8
Wood Rittonliouso & Brotlior
Oenkiiai. Commihsion Mr.nciiANT,
13.1 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
I .AYBMS. AVau
AYKIIS & CO.,
F L O U R
GENKUAL COMMISSION MKIiOHANI
No. 78 fiVKis,()iiiiOxiiio, Ii.i.f.
J. M. PHILLIPS,
l'roprcparcd to forwnrtl all kinds ol
Freight to all points.
XirDuilucM attended to promptly.
u. A. Thouis L. U. Thomt
THOilH ti BKOTHEH,
SucvesosM to li. M.llulen.
COMMISSION MEHCBANTS, HROKEIUj
AND 1JKALXUB IN
Maple nail Funcj (Jrornrlea,
tTorolKn and Domestic
131 Commercial Avenue,
OAIUO. . . ILLINOIS
Ami Dealer In
Lime, C'emciif, I'lnitcr, Huir, Ac.
t3Tl will sell In ear lo. id low at mamilac
turem prleri, adding freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Silci'i.iir to .lohn II. 1'hllln.)
F0RWARO ING MERCHANTS,
iMEAL, 1UIAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
con. ti:ntii st. a oiiioli:vki:.
Y. Straiten. r,i
STRATTON &, BIRD
Agents American Powder Company,
a? oino X.KVJ?:. caivo.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, lea.
Agcntrt for l'uirbauk'is Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Coiner of bth Jitieet and Washington Aw.
N. 11. 'ihUtlewood. 1. J. ThMIcwood
THISTLEWOOD & CO.
Flour, Corn, OatH, Hay, A:e.
No. 78 OHIO LKVHK,
UOFFKY, IIAHUISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. Hunt A Hou.i
ri.OIIII,H(AIN AND HAT,
Ho 03 Ohio Luvoe, OA IHO, ILU1
i. Jobbers and Retailers oF
Chemicals. l'ilt(Mlt Mndii'inps. lWfimiorv Rnfitia I'.vhuIihq
Toilett Articles, )nij.'gist's Fancy Goods, Collier AVhito
Lead ami Other Grtidt's, Taints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Tube Colors, Dye
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Wo Solicit corrri-pondonco and onion. Iroin Dnilntc, rhysiclam and General Stores
In want ol (ioodn Iu our l.liio. .Steamboat. Plantation und Kamlly Medicine cases lurn
Ishod or ltcllllod with Itollablo Drugs at Ucaonablc Kates
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRE! CKII'TION,
71 Ohio Levee. Washington Arc. cor. KlfrJitli St.
N EW H OTE L
HARRY WALK ER
(Lain Proprietor of tho St. Nichohu Hotel)
Han heeouio Siiior ititcrnlen t ol the
li I mi im i ii
CORNKU SIXTH STKBKT AND OHIO M3VJ3E.
Air. Walker having taken chargu of thin old ami ell-kuown hoin will at
ouco give it. a thorough renovatiii,', mill jiut it in lirrit-ofw order for the recep
tion quests. Mr. Walker will welcome liif oldeiiHtoinerHtotlieiiewhou .il ami
will always he lad to fee them.
First-class Day TJoavd $20 por Mpntli.
HARRY WALKER, Supi:
50 Ohio Li eve e - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The Planter's House ia located on Ohio Lorcc Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AXD STEAMBOT LAJSDJjNTGS
And in tho Center of tho Business Portion of tho Citv. 'Iho Houro is new
and comploto in nil its appointments. The roomH, nro' largo nud airy, becide.i
being elegantly fumitdied and carpeted. (JUets will recoivc courteous treat
ment and tho best of accommodation.
Transient Guests 2 por J)ny. Day Boarders 20 per Month.
A Trusty Watch for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
O.W. UUNNINQ, M. D.
MOIIIlltllWH LUIIU'I t'IMIM SSSIII If II Ml lib
I riiniy. ( HMnnirtiitl' Silvtli l(chiiI uml
n.olevt'o. OlUce hours trout , m to
I'M! AND OIL
JJB. WSI. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE OHEAT AMKKIOAN CON
SUMl'TIVKKEMEDY Uouumiptlon u OTun Incurable Ultoasc.
I ii ul jlans iissiirn us tills Met. It Is onlv
liece.HaiT to huvo tlio Itlfilit Hcmody. uni
tue ten ililQ nmludy cun bo couijuoreu,
Hall's Ba3sm Js this Remody.
It brcnkB up tho iilym nweau.nillevcs tlio
ppnre'dlvo tlslitiicnu ncrosstlie lunes, hiiiI
iMh tlie litruuriitctl and excoriated mrliicen
" iiiu luuuiii oi ino uiseubo iiroilut'i'M,
WHILE LIFE TiASTS THEItE IS IIOl'E
It may not be too Into toenect u euro even
alter tlio iloctoru liuvo lvon j on up
Hall'H lUlsum In sold everywhere, and
may be hud nt wholesiilo of tlio l'roin Idtore,
.I11I111 Y. llcury. Ourrau ti Co,, at tliulr
(Iruat Mcillcino Wiirehoimc, 8 ami 1) CoIIcl'u
X'hce, New York. 1'rlce t)l per bottle.
Hall's llnlsaiu U hUo a lure lenicdy for
CoukIu, tloulH, rheumona. BronchllllH.
Aktlium, oplttltu? of Wood, froup, tviiooii.
UJK ( ough, and all othor tllheales ol tliu ran
Ao J'roprlctora of BcovIII'h Ulood auii
l.tver Hyrup.Carbollc Sulvo.Kdflv'ii 'I'rnchvit.
()x)i;eiiateu Jlittum, Jlott'K I.Ivor J'JIIs. c.
.IOI1N b IIUNKY, OIIIIUAN .V CO ,
bandl) Culleeu l'lace, New Yorlr,
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