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TJIUItHDA Y. JUNK IB, 1874.
eMrlnl Puperel thtCIr rend Connly
JOUN II. OHKiliiY. Kdttor nd PnblUher
TJMa OF TUK iMLY HUUiKTIW
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Irt'trf-iti)y ill .1vn0f
MnMllnii inMlft n every pngf.
Gov. Brvemdoe lias Usucd
formal proclamation to the effect th
the formal University at Carboutlah1
will be ready for lic reception of pupils
en the first of July. Tho exercise?
will bo of a vcty interesting character
The people of all Egypt will be pres
ent, and Carbondalc. cnormou!
proud of her university, will
put her best foot foremost to ontcrtain
them on tho occasion.
CISCINNATTI dentists Bay that ice
water is bad for the teeth and bad for
the stomach that the sudden change of
temperaturo caused by the introduction
of ice water into tho mouth cau.es the
enamel of the teeth to contract and
fracture, and that its effect on the
stomach is to cause dispopsia, con
sumption and to derange the liver and
bowels. This is all very reasonable
and the facts have generally long been
known, but people who can get it wil
continue to uso ico water notwithstand
ing the damage to their Btomachs and
teeth.
ALL A110UT ULOW1NG OUT A
LAMP.
Kindling firos with coal oil is not
the only way in which that daugcrous
fluid causes death and destruction, j A
few days ago, a Miss l'arrat, of West-
port, Kentucky, attempted to blow out
a lamp it exploded and tho young
woman was burned to death, and hor
father, in attempting to assist her, had
his arm so badly burned that it was
thought amputation would be neces
sary. A sure remedy for preventing
death from the kindling of fires with
coal oil; is for persons who are tempted
to so CM it to follow the advico of
Dbaglas Jerrold to young pcoplo
about to marry, "Don't." But since, in
the courso of human events, it bocomcs
neccisary to extinguish lamps after
wtfcrftirey1' a"ro a&W 6sfoownnout.'
Sinoc the process is atteudod with ex
treme danger, tho wonder is that no
inventive genius has exhibited a patent
safety lamp extinguisher." True, it
has been said that to blow down the
chimney is tlia most certain way of
hipping up the ' yn- and that there
tote vice r-.i 1 1 h. . prn-r's.
But after "iiu.114 mm iiif ii.uip' 4he
little striK ! jI.di- .u- -'j innocent
and tt ex rnwhnin by the iner.
. r iout' it e ni !-om ilie 1 -
' k. t.-3n fhe --ms'li u.inoa- tu ..
'J .Umj'mnd b:ow no th- cliimue.,
Uonaliy a de'ith occjr from the
' Ci.tiioo of tbii prtcamioft. an J peopie
- i ao eartfful, only iur a littie while,
lb j invention pfi J.mp (extiugui!-Jier,
one which will turn down the Same
and put it out at the same time, is
what is wanted. It will save life and
make money for its inventor.
A RADICAL MEASUHE.
The present congress has not been
distinguished for doing anything par
ticularly serviceable to the country,
and since it has not done anything to
make it famous, some radical senators
have set themselves to work to make
it infamous, if they can. Senators
Carpenter and Conkliug introduced
into the eenato on the 12th inst., a bill
"to determine the jurisdiction of tho
circuit courts of tho United States and
,to regulate the remoyal of causes from
state courts and for othor purposes."
The title of tho bill is not suggestive,
uu iwgisi is contained in the eleventh
section, which reads as follows:
The process to commence in any
Circuit Court of the United States or
in any court of any Territory of tho
United States or the .District of Col.
unibia, any civil suit not aflecting the
title to real tstato not withiu the state
toy??,! or distrlot where the said'
imt is brought against any corporation
or othr person residing ft, tho United
States and doing business in tho Male,
territory or district whoro said nuit
U brought, and having in paid state,
territory or district whero said suit is
broaght an agent or agents in rospeot
of the matter out of which the caso
aruvw, may be made by delivery to
uch agent, or to either of such agents,
wbara there U more than one, a copy
of such process; and such service shall
nave the aame force and effect as if
mad upon the principal of suoh agent
in tha state, territory or Distrlni
Columbia where suit is brought. Pro.
twiuj nowevor, mai mis section bhall
not apply to any suit on a cause of ac.
Uon occurring before July 1, 1&7..
Tha effect of this aoction on all bus-
inoss men who may send out ngents or
salesman is seen at a glance, but it is
beliovcd thatjgit was prepared with u
purpose to" curtnifthe privilrgcs of tho
press, and that tho section is intended
to net as n clock upon newspaper
oorrcspondonts who ia'
disposed to comment upon tho nets of
publio men. J-'enator Carpenter in his
private experience knows what a "free
press" is, nnd has taken ndvanlngc of
his power, ns a senate of the United
dtatcs, to endeavor to make it irapojsi-
bio tor any newspaper correspondent
to exposo either tho official or personal
ins ol public men, without
Vmr of heavy puni'hinont. The
meaMiro is another o'Vicc ot tho
loiideuuy of radicalism lo the cetitrali
nation of the government at Washing-
ton; it was conceived in iuiquity,born in
corruption and brought to the
light of day by men whose
vaulitcd devotion to tho in
terests of the country is ns sounding
brass and tinkling cymbal. Though
opposed by tho democratic senators and
low republicans, it passed tho seuate.
It is scarcely possible that it will
a. t. u j u ti u ui leilruseiilli.
o o --i
tives.
A LIFE'S SAVINGS CR15MATEI)
IN A COOK STOVE.
Topekn (Kama) Commonwealth.
The Topekn National Bank had n
deposit of a novel kind yesterday. It
consisted of a charred mass of what
had been paper ourrency, but now past
identification as suoh to the keenest
eyed cashier. It came in this way:
A well-to-do farmer in Iowa had
sought to change his residenco for one
in Kansas, traveling in the usual mode
of frontier migration, with horecs and
Wairon. A few days since no was over
taken upon the opon prairio by one of
the tcrriuc rain storms so common to
this lalitudo and longitude that most
Kansans need no particular description
ol tbotn. Their closely canvassed wag
on, equal to any expected emergency.
was but 111110 more protection iu mis
instanco than would be n crockery
crate in a storm at sea. The horses
frightonod by tho terrors of thunder,
lightniug, floods and wind, and had to
bo detached Irom the wagon the lam-
ily seeking protection by holding on to
the wagon", rather than by pcclusion
within.
In tho hurry nud wilducss oi tho
secne the man bethought him of his
package of money in his pocket, and
thought it would bo spoiled by tho
wator. He had been for an hour as
eomplctoly drenched from head to foot,
and Ins boots as full and running over,
as though his place had bcon the river
rather thau tho prairie. Ho took the
package of S 1,100, a soaked mass, from
his pocket, and place it in bis stovo
even, unbeknowuto tho other members
oi his family, and whore ho thought it
would be kept from further damnge
But. alas, tho drear ninlit being past
SPJl kjsnH VorT'iob'tRe 8Vovo" "from
the wngan and proceeded to prcparo
nrcasiast. upon ins roturn it was
learned that they had prepared a dish
in the oven lar mere costly than sav
ory. The 51,500, the earnings of a
site time ol toils, were brought forth in
a handful of ashes ! The bank will
send it to Washington, whore it will be
subjected to as careful a scrutiny as
polemic, but a the package was pro
ribly of bills from many bank, it iloa
not seen possible to identity many o
incin.
GEMi OF THOUGHT.
.M.i 11 ricn win, in urinjr
Up 111- Mill, m.mmim miibitious ol
III .k'U
what Aaron made a
UOlUCtl
lion -o:ne die, all thai cm be
-ji I -f them is, "they lire in splendid
"vie, wer driven in kplendid cquipa
rr died leaving their heirs a
splendid fortune."
Hearts case is a Jiower that
never grew in the world's garden.
Tho ground of a wicked mans
trouble is not lecaue he has not
enough of the creature, but because
he caunot find enough in the crea
ture.
. A good anecdote of Professor A gas -
ni7. is told in a new volume in press at
Boston. 1 no professor had declined to
deliver n lecturo before somo lyceum or
public society on account of the in
roads wlncn previous lectures given by
him had made upon his studies and
habit of thought. Tho gentlemen who
had been deputed to invite him contin
ued to press tbo invitation, assuring
him that tho society was ready to pay
mm imuraiiy inr 111s terviccB. " mat
is no inducement to mu," replied Ag
assis, "I caunot afford to waste my
umo making moucy.
Dr. Theodoro 1). Cuvler givos four
receipts for securing Bunshiuo iu tho
soul.
1 . Look at your mercies with both
eyes; at your troubles nud trials with
ouly one.
12. Study contentment. In these days
of inordinato grcod andsolf-indulgonco,
keep down the accursed spirit of grasp
ing. What thoy don't have, makes
thousands wretohed.
!t. Keep at somo work of imoful-
ness. working for Christ b
irmgs
hcart-healtli.
'1. Keep your heart's windows nl
ways open toward heavon. Lot tho
blessed light of Jesus' countenance
shine in. It will turn toars into rain
bows. .lean lugolowhas boautifully said
of tho parents and toachor'H work that
"children receive tho lovo of ouo gen
eration and pay it to anothor."
Our advancement in the Christian
life may be said to depend upon one
thing, vis: "Whethdr we wish to dircet
God, or are willing to resign ourselves
to be directed by htm,
AFTER IlIB DAY'B WOItK.
Washington Telegram to llie New York
1 Trthiiuc.1
So much bM been paid In regard to tho
olrcumitancei under which tliu proildoni
lato momorauilutii wiw proparud and Rlre'n
to tho public, that tlio prcildont's own
atatement In rotjard to It will bo InloroJt
log, lie y llml OHrly In tho tosion,
botoro tho panago of tbo Ilrt eonatn bill
by tho finauo commllto, lio was cnllod
upon by at lrtasl4u ectitor mid ,rvpro
Honlativui, who n'kod him fur Ills oplukni
on tbo curroney ijueition, mid in ordnr
that thorn might to no ml take about
what be thought, ho conoludnd to put hl
IdeM In wrttlnir, nnd did it on dy aftor
llnlthlng lit utnclitl iltillo. Th.j nxt dny,
when tiie UjukI number of menibnr of
congress culled til Ulk wlih 'him on
UiiHiiclal topics, lio .showed thorn this pe
pr. ll wm not, tburHfore, true, boiHld,
that tho inumorandum win written with
in n fnw (lry of Its pubiicnllon, or itt tho
Mik.i'jtloii of deimtor Jonf It wm
cuii by r gr-st miinber of inotntiHri bo
loro tho piinitgo uf lhi rtinei.cy bill thet
wns vetoed. As tho dobsto
In tho Potmlo draggtd Its slow length
slong, tho ,reldeiii thought of lending n
mfisngo to congrte bmrd upon tho
lienn he bad written down on this psper,
but It wai poMponed Irom tlmo to time,
and llnHlly tlm pitssgo ot tho flrtt bill
Hindu il unnccoMary. In writing bis volo
ueingo ha had no occalon lo lot lortn
It plan in exlcii.10, nui tnnpiy m uniu i.i
objections. During tho ictioiiof tho con-
oniiCO comnillleu llio p.-ttllilVDi wa ngnui
repeatedly called upon for h 1110100111 of
bis positions, nnu no egain prouutuu mu
ft VfomeTOfJ SnwRt bis own V:
Wll
tiane
queit. Tho proslilont always coniaoreu
it a private paper until ho bed tho cony
made for Mr. Jonoi, and nevor originally
ntended It for publication,
Thn onlv man In tho honojt curroney
nsrtv who is dlipleaied at tho publication
of tho president's vlows Is Mr. Conkling,
and tho CAUto ot his dissatisfaction it
said to l o that tho presidont did not use
him as tho medium of communication.
MISCELLANEOUS.
Nye, of Nevada, read law at Hoosic
Falls, and the people up there brag
about it ; not that the law is of much
account, but that they got rid of him.
In tho Pennsylvania liUiiatic Hosp
ital tho patients always had their Witts
about them when Mrs. Mary A., of that
name, was matron t hero, but now she
has resigned and is gone, and tho poor
lunatics, ns Mary is no longer beside
them arc bcsidn themselves.
Western papers say that .lone?, of
Nevada, "can sit on moro of his spinal
column nnd shoulder blades than nny
other man who every hoisted his feet
against a Wall.' Jones has more
backbono to sit on than most uion, und
if ho is willing to flatten himself out it
is becauso he knows no other man in
Nevada 0.111 do it, perhaps.
Bayard Taylor has secured the cor
icspoudcnco that passed between .Jos
eph and Potiphar'd wife, nnd wants to
translate it; but uncago people want
to buv it untranslated, lor fear B. 1.
will make it as dull as one of his
own books. It appears by tho cor
rcspondencc that what has been hith
crto heard of tho story waB only .los
cjih's version, as ho reported tt to his
wife.
WHolntOTEb ALEXIS'
When Alexis camo to America, he
was almost overwhelmed with letters
from the fair eex. some .of thn
. uui. nunarcus 01 young wo
men moving iu the highest circles.
Curiosity prompted him to send home
in charge of an orderly, five largo
packages of thtso. Subsequently lie
learned that the orderly had delivered
only three. Fearing the unworthy
servant meant to mako improper use of
the remaining letters he caused the do
teutives to trace him up. Ho was
found in Belgium, with the stolen let
ters almost ready for publication in a
volume of -10U pages. He was arrested
on account of not having proourcd the
necessary license, huiried across the
Prussian frontier, delivered to the Bus
Man agent, and utter conveyance to
St. Petenbur;:h. and a speedy trial,
-entout for a lite service iu the ijutck-
Mivor luwii-a 01 iucm. iud so
the gushing young ladies of
America narrowly escaped tho shame
und di-L'ruCe of seeing their letters pub
lished for the amus.cmeut of the scan
dal mongers.
DENTISTRY
;k all its branches,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
I laving located In Cairo, Pollclti the pat
lomigo ot thixo dolrlng Dental Work,
llsitlmr bom over twenty yearn succesrfiiliy
engaged iu thn otudyand praellce ofI)i-iitl.
try. In ull Hi various br:iii"hf,hi'fceIsJiiM.
llfil In naylng that full satllaetIon will lie
glM'll.
All Work VVAltA.TKI Hnllalnrlory
lteft'iciires, Dlplomai and Testluionhils
freely iixblbitsd wlirn ileslreil. Dr. 1'alK.
iii-uii It prepared to malic
IOU A.l SILYMK PLATE,
KNdUSU AND A Mi; Hit! AX Vh.
TINA, AND CKIil.ULOIH BASK
to mount artlthlnl teeth on making a lino
suiistltuto when Niitiiio full,. j;.TltAi;T
JX(i and ri.U(i(ilN(I douu In u woi liinaii
llko manner, iiltcn caving tho teeth for Hie.
Charges reasonable, Ijxtraetlng W) cent'.
Silver lllllngii Mi cent-.
Oililco room in V, (i. c'rry's llnllding,
Corner Klxth utreet and Commercial avenue
pTTKntrauen on sjlxth htreet.
fiH ll.lll.wlt.
WAGON MANUFACTORY
Pur Kalo at Wholesalo and Retail.
COllNiai aD hTHEKT AND OHIO I.UVIIE,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. V, (iAMIIIjL'.
fanct.f.tnnil I - , I FSImZBi HVb
R, SMYTH Sl CO.
wnou:.u:
LIQUOR ) 1 AliEltS
No. GO Ohio l.cvcc,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKfcrl,
(Successor to Parker .V Hhikc,)
Dealer In
PAINTS & OILS
VAIiNISIIES,
BKUSIIES,
WALL PAPEIt.
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SHADES!
And tlio celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Ilroia' llnllding, 11th .St.iV Uomorclal A v.
CAIRO, ILLS.
R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenue.
Uctwecc Ti nth and Kli-vnith Street,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
I lire nartil in till orders without dclav
Uii has 11 line flock of Imrcrtid leather 011
haiHt.Jut rcccitcd from .Siwpcrk, and ha
pin nown iiit'iirut'i 10 tju lowest iioti-n.
p-i .111
C. H. WHEELER,
IlKAl.KIt IX
WOOD AND GOAL
OKI 1' i: AD YAItl),
10th St. bet. Wishingtoa & Commercial Ave.
A large KUpflT of l'lttsburg and Big
Muddy coal constantly on band, Sjtovc
wood sawed to order. Orders for coal 01
wood should be left at the olhcn on Tenth
tared. Terms, cah on dollvcry.
K. MAXWELL & CO.,
Manufac.urcrs und Dealers In
MA01IINE&BURNIG OILS
AXLE GKEASE.
Also AgouU for tbe
CELEBRATED GLOBE
AND
LUBRICATING OILS.
No. 719," North Maine Street,:
St. Lout,;!o,
ditwtm.
FRED- HOFHEINZ
CARRIAGE & WAGON
MANUFACTURER.
-AXI)-
HLACKSMITHIXC.
Sixth Slroet niidCoiiimiirclrtl Avenuo,
CAIRO, II.1I.VOIS.
Hpeclfl attention given to IIoksr Siioino
and gencrjl uii'ilrliig. .ii-u-:itf
MKAIi KNTATK AUUIUIT.
Jo). 11 ij, lUrmait, 0rP
J. Q. HARMAN & CO.
ZEEA-L 1E3ST.A TB
ash .
HOUSE AG KNTS,
COLLHCT015S,
CONVEVANCKUS,
NOTAKIES 1'UHLICS
And Land Agent, ol tlio IIII111.U Central am!
liurllngtoii ami .Mln-ourl It. It. Con.
North Cor. Sixth nnd Ohio Leveo,
CAlao. ILLS.
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real Estate Agents,
AUCTIONEERS,
71 Ohio Li:kK) (Second Tloor,)
CAIRO, ILL.
liny and Kcll ltJ2A'. KSTATU. I'ay TAXKS,
Kurnliihot Ab.traetH of Title.
C2J'J.aiid Coinmliduncr.
WOOLOm PAIN PAINT
( iiici all kinds i nalng. Iror bale by
HAKCLAY lJKO'S.
FINN AND METZ
Sole iigeiitH tor Alevjndcr, l'ulitl, Union
und Maiao oountki, (Jl--U-'Jm
Z. V. .MatliUM E. U. UlA
MATHUSS & UHL,
Forwarding & General
Commission Merchants,
Dealers In
FLOUB, GBAIN, HAY AND
WKSTKKN I'KOIJUCJJ;.
Ohio Lkvkk,
Caiuo, Ii.i.h
Wood Rittenhoiiso & Brotlior
lEnXiOTTIR,,
-.tsr
Oknkuai. Commission Mkuciiant,
1J!5 Ohio Jevce, Cairn.
II iA(HS, K. .1. AYHIl
A YE US & CO.,
FLOU
XKIl
GENERAL COMMISSION MKH0HANT:
No. 7B LnvRR.OinnOAinn, Ii.t.
J. M, PHILLIPS,
KOltWAUDlXtl
O01 n 1 n i ssi n n A I'crcl i a 1 1 1
WllAltKAOAT l'rSOI'ltlKTOK.
Trcprcpared to forward all kindu ol
Freight to all pointi".
3r"ltitliui attoiidoil to promptly.
II. A. ThoBii I,, u. Tbotn
THOM3 & HKOTHKH,
Succcfoirt to II. M.llulcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BKOKEHS
AMD DKALKIM IN
til uit I'miej lirorfrlri,
foreign and Domitlc
131 Comaiirclal Avenu, ,
(JAIKO. - . IMjINOIH
C. CLOSE,
GIIItKUAL
Gominission Merchant
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
ISTI will hell In tar load lots at manufac
tured prices addiug freight.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(gtivccvor to John II. riilllli',)
General Commission
FORWABO ING MERCHANTS,
Dealvn In
HAY, CORN,
OATS, l'LOUH,
iMKAL, BHAN, Ac.
Agents for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
coir. ti:nth nr.fi oiiiui.i:v!:k,
CAIRO, ILLS.
W. Stratlon. ,a
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
ommission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company,
r,T OJO LErXK, Guno.
MILLER 61 PARKER,
General Commission
ANI
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
Dealm In
PLOUH, CORN, OATS, HAY, kc.
AgentH for l'airhank'H .Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
GROCERS
And Ck-ncral
Commission Merchants.
NORTHERN BUTTER
A Specialty.
Corner of 8th Street and Washington Ave.
Cairo, Xlljs.
Th-WMI
N. 11. Thlstlewood. 1', J. Thlstlewootl
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
UKXHtAL
Commisssion Merchants,
Dcalei'h In
l'lour, Corn, OatH, Hay, ko.
.No. 78 OHIO LKVKIS,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
COFFEY, IIAR11ISON & CO.,
(Suooeasora to D. Uurdl&Son,)
AND
Commission Morchants,
rU)UM, GBAIM AND HAT.
Mo 03 Ohio Levoe, CAIUO, ILLS,
WHOLESALE
Mil 1,1, AND
BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, l'atcnt Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, JDrupgist's Fancy Goods, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, True Colors, Dve
Stutls, Fte., Etc., Etc.
W Solicit forrofjiondenco and order Irom Drubl, l'hjidclani and flcnor.il Storo
In want u( (Iood In our Line. Steamboat, riantithm and Kmnlly Medicine can't Iiirn
MiimI or Hi'tillod with Itrll.ihle Dru;i .it lluafouuble Itstc
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PRE5CKIPTI0N.
71 Ohio Lovop.
CAIRO.
N EW H OTE L
HARRY WALE.ER
(Late l'fopricter of the St. Nicholas Hotel)
Has become Superintendent of tbe
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
Mr. yalLer having taken charge of tin's old and well-known 1ioum, will at
ouco give it a thorough renovating, and put it in firnt-claM order for the recep
tion guehls. Mr. Walker will wclconio his old customers to the new houfc, and
will always bo glad tooce them.
First-class Day Board $20 per Monti).
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Planter's House.
50 Ohio Lcvcc - ' CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
Tho Planter's Ilouso is located on Ohio Levee Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO I1A.ILROAI) DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LA A DINGS
Anil in the Center of tho Uusincss Portion of thu Cily. Tlio Hmiso is now
and complete iu all itn appointments The rooms, are largo nnd airy, betides
being elegantly furnished ami carpeted. UucHts will receive courteous treat
ment and thu best of accommodation.
Transient Guests $2 per Day. Day Hoarders 20 per Month'
A TrustyWatcli for Trains and Boats Day and Night.
374 3-'27-3ui.
UOUKM.
O.W. RUNNING, M. J).
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Mnn(. flrtl.. a .nrnnr Slvlll fltrrnt fltlll
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1 " S ? " 2 I
o 5 5 g
o rZl i S
o fi
: $ z
H E-i
1 en to 0
AND 11 ETA I L
nm UD OIL
Washington Are. cor. Klghlli SI.
J)K. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
TUB GKBAT AMKIUOAN OON
BUMPTIVK UKMKDY
Coniumptlon U NO'T an Incurahlc illscubc.
l'liybljluii.i ntisuro uh thin tact. If In only
necoisary to havotho Itlght ltemedy, ami
the torrlhlu malady can hu comjuureu,
Hall's Balsam is this Ilcmody.
I 1iinL'a tin flm i.ff.lit Liim.l, .AllnV.I
Ill I'HUO ,,U,,,Q, DIIUUItlVIIVIUB ,i,u
opjircnlvc ttghtiictia acroHDtho Iuiik. and
li.t.ild tli.t Ifirmtrii I ml t,i,l iivunflntAil .nrl'iu.iiii
which thotcnom ot the dUoano produces.
WHILE LIl'i: LASTS THEKE IS HOPE
It mav not lie too Into to cllcet a euro oven
alter the iloctoib have xlven ymi up
UuII'h llalnm In hold overywhere, and
may hu had at wholesale ol tho I'roprlutorf,
.lohii K. Henry. Curran V Co,, at their
(Ircat Medicine Warohoiuo, 8 and 0 CoIIcl-u
I'lico. Now Vork. Price 91 per hottle.
Hull's llaltmra U aUo a euro remedy for
CongliH, Joii1h, Phutimona, Ilronchlttlf,
Akthma, oplttlnu of lllood, eroup, Whoop
ins Uouli, and all other ilftcalch ot tho ret
ftlratory orgauH,
Also Proprietors ui bcovIII'h lllood and
Liver Syrup.Oarholle Salve,Kdoy'a Trochen
OxyuetiBtcd llittom, Mott'a LivurPllln. c.
JOHN F. HKNHY, OUUItAN CO ,
8and!iCollcEoPJaec. New York,
U5 I-16-wJt.
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