.WBpNKSDAY.JUNE 24. 1874.
t2r-.' l t J."' ' - '
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Lii'i'iNcoTT'fi Magazine for July
begins a-now volume, and lias an un
usual number of rich and nUi tOw.Ua.
The "New Hyperion," by KJwnrd
UMMh - - - " r
irresistably original. Tlie sccoml in-
(itallrocnt of "Vignettes from ttio
Schuylkill Valley," illustrated, is quite
as clarniinK and inoTa,jntofcrtiii? than
tlie first. "Malcolm," by George Mac
Donald, grow absorbing in it? plot
aud character. The article on "Old
Lisbou aud its overthrow,' by Kv ln
vey, is fiueljj ' writnml, contains
much valuable formation. ' "Vill
you .lendjioV''Sy tn au,,,or
of "Hliudjiits.'' is. an odd bit of senti
ment, having at least two,virtucs : it is
short, and end well. "Tender the Cy
press'' is deoidedly brighter than its ti
tle iodicatcs.'" 'jHecollcctions of Arch
bishop " Yhately',"' by T. 'Adolph'ns
Trollopc, is a subject of very general
interest, aud treated with the author's
well-known clearness aud v'tgir. The
Poems in this number are quiet up to
istlc of LippincottV, and ttic Montuly
Gossip is especially fresh and enter
taining. HCRtnNER'ii MONTHLY 1'OIt Jl'I.V.
.Scuiiinek'8 Monthly for July con
tains Boino notablo features, not the
least or which is Vrof. Hart'rf carefully
prepared article on " The .Shakespeare
Death-Mask," witli a number of cuts
giving views of this aud other alleged
likenesses ol ilie pool. Mr. Stodlard'a
iudies of Some llritiili Authors'
fe htro begun, with a paper on Anccs-
jrue mibjeoU Tho much controverted
." Orthodox fiuitor " is heard from
again ou " Our Kschatology." The
opening article of the number is one of
the Great South illustrated series by
Kdward King ; Missouri Js here des
cribed with considerable detail as to its
history, resources and enterprises. Mr.
King has a little poem in the same
number; and there are poems by 1$. F.
Taylor, L6uise Chandler Monitor) and
John Frascr (a translation). Saxc
Holm's " A Four-Leaved Clover " is
concluded ; Jules Verne's " Mysterious
Island " and Miss Truftou s " Kather
ine Earlo" aro bdth continuod. Mrs.
Hodgson lkrneft has a short story,
hketch oCsoroc extraordinary scoucs In
Dr. Holland discusses " Mew York,"
"Taxation that Kills." and "Tho
Southern States." Tlie Old Cabiuet is
about. 'A Search for a Fugitive ; " and
there is the usual variety in the other
THK OF. KM T1IEOUY OF DKS
New Ofleam Times.
A. few days ugo your excellent jour
rial republished an article from tho
New York 'Herald' ou thogorrn theory
ofdiseoso. The belter in thu rukl ex
irttence of so-called disea.so germs is
very prevalent among physicians aud
affirmed on theoretical grounds by the
moist eminent scientists. It is nai(l
that Prof. ifinz, of Houn, lias di.cov
ered the long uuspected disease pro
ducing germ of asthma, by the aid of
powerful microscopic apparatus. With
out taking up time to discuss tho re
searches of Professor Must and other
advocates of tho germ theory, I shall
at once produco admitted facts to eon
tradict the theory.
The popular understandings to dis
ease germs is that a discas is produced
from micro-eggs, or organic spores, as
chicks originate from real chicken
eggs. The simple logio of this urgu
ment is, therefore, there being no
germs, no eggs, no Chores, there can
be uo dihease.
Against such a notion, it in admitted
and proved by pathologists that d'ueue
is ngti thing, an entily-sotncthiug ha v
ing'a separate and independent exist
ence. It ! a condition nf tlin limlv
ad not-ufrcfiuonlly originates from
uinereBV cftusaswnicii could not be
tne'cue.on the germ theory, Bince like
always jproduces like. The real cause
of many diseases is the fear of taking
them. Cholera, smallpox, asthma,
chills and fover, and many other dis
cues ay bo developed " entirely
through tho imagination." Thee
II -i-VI!..l I n . i . ,
wuii cHuiuiiMieu jacis could nave no
foundation in experience were tho ori-
gm ot uueafie at)olutc!y dependent up
on the same uniform cause, which must
be the easejif the germ theory be true.
1 by uo means argue afalnst the fact
ol diseases being propagatcd by con
tagion and infections exhalations radi
ating from the body of a tllseasod per
son, and even this admission isgainsj
tho germ tjiepry. " The imagination
renews or suspends the animal func
tions; it animates by Hope, or frcor.es
by Fear ; in a oiuglo night it turns tho
hair white, in a moment it restores tho
use of the limbs or the speech ; it des
troys ordcvelopcs the germ of diseases;
it oven causes death ' Quinine is re
garded as the sheet-anchor against the
so-called germstof malaria, yet L have
cured chills and fever 'lv giving my
atient a dose of chloral (aud letting
im fiweetlyiloep through (helcjipect
cd chill period I" .";:
Thinking of that powder, said pa
tient, makes me sick.
" A medical friend," says an eminent
author," informs me that a near re
lation of his, a young lady about .sev
enteen years of age, took the smallpox
under tho following circumstances ;
She was walking along the street, and
raw not far from her a child much dis
figured with smallpox. It was a dis
agreeable object, aud made a strong
impression upon her mind. She wjs
taken ill, and suffered from as sovcre
an attack of (confluent) smallpox as
my iniormam nan ever attended. Tins
ulc distance Irom town, and
iio smallpox ant where
A NAKKOW KSCAPK.
Kntn t Li i- llallliniire Amci tcali.l
Wo believe the following thrilling
incident, which is narrated by one of
the officers of tho Philadelphia, Wilm
ington aud Boltimoro railroad, as re
cently occurring near beakide, Del.,
lias not ycl beon puunsned :
In the early part of; last moiith, as
tho expreM train lroin Washington
(limited) was' approaching Seakide.
runnitig at about fortytfive or six miles
an hour, tho engineer, Philibcrt Carin-
ichiul, observed a small object on thu
track, nbout n mile ahead, which he
iiuicklv recognized as a chill, irnpar-
ently fascinated with tho approach of
the rushing train, and dancing up and
down on tho track, flapping its little
hands, either in terror or delight, Mr.
C aruiicuit'l could not determine winch.
The brave engineer reversed the west
cnhoii'c vacuum, backed his throtlu
value, and loudly applied the alarm
punch, hoping to frighten the child
from tho track, without losing time.
His etlortswerc, however, in vain. The
dampness of tho day had lubricated
tiic rails to such an extent that it was
impossible fully to arrest the tremend
ous speed of the locomotive, although
it was greatly retarded. Auother rod
and tho uucouscious infant would be
crushed beneath the ponderous wheels.
At this moment the peril of the
child was discovered by the mother,
who was standing at her wash-tub, at
her cottage door. Paralyzed with tqr
ror, she was rooted to the spot, and hid
her face in her hands from tho horri
ble sight. Grinding, grating strug
gling against its almost resistless mo
mentum, the great engine crept clos-er
... p.-.tiiu.., iinnrlti;, pruiij- Hide
creature, aud tfie cold drops of terror
stood upon the grimy brow of the
agonized engineer. liut just as tho
fatal point was reached, a faint jar from
one of the slight irregularities, so rare
on that cxccllcutroad, dipped the cow
catcher under tho dauoing feet of the
of tho child, and landed him gcutlv on
the roadside, without a scratch "
And as the brave Carmichael put on
his vacuum, and dashed forward on his
lightning course, the last glimpse ho
had showed him the rescued infant
still flapping his littlo hands iu child
ish dee, as if to thank him for thi
skill aud courage that had saved it
trom a dreadful death.
THK SUAKKSFEAltK JJUATJI
MASK. Thu mask, or cast, creates immedi
ately in the beholder, even when noth-
IUU lluL tioatl Ub.t.1 it liti in rD(f.ri) In
Us claims, the impression that it rep
resents some remarkable man. Tho
experiment has been frequently made,
aud uniformly with this result. It
was exhibited thus to Herman Grimm,
without a word of explanation. "At
tho very first glance," says Grimm, "I
thought to myself that I had never
seen a nobler countenance. 'What a
noble, clean cut aquiline none- : what
wonderfully shaped brow !' I felt that
mis must have been a man in whose
brain must have dwelt noble thoughts.
I inquired. I was told to look at the
reverse of tho mask. There, on the
edge, cut iu figures of tho seventeenth
century, stood, A. 1)., 1010. I could
minis ot no one lfe who died iu this
year than one who was born in the year
that Michael Augelo died Shakes
Another impression that fill A ntiti
hardly fail to receive from tho lnusL-
is the absence of any marked nation
ality iu the features. The same remark
is made ol the woll-Lnmvn mut- ..r
Dante, iu Florence ; there is nothing
Italian about it. So then. U .mil,;,,,.
distinctively English in this caat, whie!
iaiuis to uo tno death-mask of Shsko
Fpeare. I t Kvs us, as do his writings,
tho idea of a L'cuerio mau. a rnrm.....
ntivo of the human race, rather than of
any distinct natiouality. That was my
own feelini' iu looking lit It. U'Jtlini.r
knowing that any one elso had over
entertained tho samo thought. IW.
Owen, in the conversation we had on
the Bubiect, volunteered tho same idea
and added that he had heard the samo
idea expressed by others.
Another character ot the mask, equ
ally marked, is the exceeding fineness
and deheaoy of tho lines which mako
up tho countenance. Grimm notices
this peculiarity. No ono, iu fact, can
fail to obscrvo it who looks upon tho
While tho mask differs, in ono re
sj'Cot oranother, from every recognized
likeness of Shakcspoare, thero is no
marked f'eaturo iu auy ono of them
which cannot ho traced to tho mask,
the variation boing easily explainable
by the personal peculiarities, caprhiiJ
orunBkilirulnes of tho particular artist.
N rof. John S. Hart, Scribuer's fur
A GOM) MINK IN KENTUCKY.
,,lcuimIno Journal, June 'JO.
Thero sccma, tobo no doubt as to
the existence of goldjn considerable
quantities on the farm of Mr. John
Cobb, near Lebanon church, about six
mileTfroui Nlcholjsville rmd-fwo froln
tho H entucky rivdf. Mr. Jucob Aiigh
land, of Cecil county, Maryland, a
noted mineralogist, visited the mine last
week and carefully examined the char
actcr of the precious metal in its natur
al state, giving it as his decided opin
ion that gold docs exist there in such
quantities as to warrant the iipening
and working naid mine to a great TtH
vantage, lie submitted about half a
pint of the rock containing the ore to
a minute analysis, and collccteJ about
forty cents' worth of pure gold dust as
tho result of his investigation. We
understand, that tthe stratum ol rock in
which the' gold" is found in greatest
abundance Is over four feet thick, and
only a few feet behind the surface of
the earth. If this should turn out to
be pure gold (of which there seems to
bo littlo or uo doubt at present), Mr.
Cobb's fortune is assured beyond the
possibility of ony cause. At all
events specimens of the ore containing
thN metal will be submitted to thu
alysis announced, when received
through thu columns of the Journal,
If wp were to hazard an opinion on
the subject we would be inclined to
the idea that thu specimens shown us
do really contain gold, and not iron
pyrites, as some wiseacres have sup
posed. PliF.FF.mtlNO 'AC0VVL TO A
I.uuilmi Letter, June ft, to New York
Yesterday the cldost son aud heir of
Lord Petreo renounced the brilliant po
sition to which he was born and the
wealth and honors of his birthright
and was ordaincl u Jesuit priest iu the,
church of that order iu Farm Mreet.
He is iu his twenty-seventh year. This
makes the second heir to :i Hriti.-h
peerage who is now u Jesuit priest, the
other one being the brother and heir of
Lord Arundell of Wardour. Lord
Petre has estates which yield a reve
nue of about .Cl'.j.OOO u year. What
can be the molive which inspires
young nobleman thus to forswear nil
the joys of this world aud lo become a
humble priest, subject in all things to
tho will of a superior and liable to be
sent at a moment's notice ou some mis
sion to the ends of tho earth?
THK CliOl'D IN THK WKST.
Tlie republican state convention in
Illinois has ooened tlie cainnaitn wild
a platform declaring boldly for free
bauking aud inflation. While patting
Piosidcnt Grant on tho back with tlie
object of keeping him in good temper
wiui mo leuerai omce-noiuers who
formed the majority of the convention,
the Illinois republicans repudiated his
hard-currenoy doctrines, virtually con
demned his veto and his memorandum
nnd planted themselves on the ground
of an increased currency, fair distribu
tion between the sections on the basis
of population, and onnnsWinn in ilm
control of the currency of the couutry
litr nan!l.l!nlA -...1 1
"J -i'"-'nsi5 uuu i-uuiuiiiauon oi cap-
vention, President Grant's own stale,
is most significant, and points unmis
takably to sectional fiuancial issue in
the next presidential election. N. Y.
u jiusiiiuii in 1 1 1 u iiiiijois con
Wbut a world it must bo to Ariadne
Tlin I, Inn nlM... 1 . IU, 1 i. . i . . .
delicate Inherited infuiion of art; 10 that
" nuLuuuimuiu jirincipios aro ever at
war within bir. Ooo drawn bor gently
toward IiuhomiR, tbo other porsuudej her
toward Moldavia, let ut call It. Sho
tirirrof prunes and pritms, and ruibos
liku a brook reloaicd from ila icy fotters
to tho unit und tin pans of hor Uohomlan
a,C?'r,yl on,y t0 ,urn from Ihoso Biialri
with di.dain and scuk an unlovod atyiutn
In -Moldavia. Iu Uotiomla alono dodi the
moet with sympathy of the
soul thero only aro hlh, ideal
ftimi, genuine worth, a man ror tho tako
of what ho can do; tboro are bralni,
brilliancy, appreciation. Hut it ii a land
ull of dl.encbantinont!. AVheu abo finds
that bor poet h fond of lump.uKnr, lifB
for hor has no moro charm. .MoIAvIh
It pronor, but stupid, Jlohomla itwiao
ndin itt?,"j.t. M'1,Jeet 10 vagarlu's and
proline of dUillusioiu.
I do not know wlmt can bo doco with
Ariadtie, except to turn bor over, with
";r warrini; instinct, her eurprlton,
nrinkInK, tnnith, to tho coming Ameri
can novollit.-"Ttio Old Cablnot;1'
ficrlbner t for duly.
Mmorson says that peoplu can al
ways find gold if they will only dig for
it. It seems that many wise pioneers
who souL'ht irnlil Iii i ',.i;r...,:u 1
found wheat. An pstimni.. nr ii...
harvest for thu
j.a wtwuu in mm uuur
deducting tho amount of Wheat used
fill linnin fAiiuitit.:n.. ... i.
vuiiuHijHiuiij vuuuii win rc-
Hiaiii for ornnrlil!nn in .I,,..!,!,.
amount exported lust year by Jlussia,
much larger indeed than that exported
by the rest of tho ITuited States. It
would bo an odd and nt tho same time
a gratifying circumstance if tho laud
nf .rnljl .1.1 I . .t
ouy-iuii ucconiu tnc land of
wheat, and richer from its wheat than
r. vc,r "avo ,,C4!,, ' its (?old.
-N. V. 'Herald.' h
An Iowa paper is first in the field
Wltll noninifiliniiu fr,.. .1... . t.i.. . i
tioknl. in 1S7II It n..i . !. i
.iT i A ""'im iih oauiicr at
tho heads of its columns inscribed with
uit-su iiiHionc names: lor President
Allen G. Thurman, of Ohio : for Vied
Priti.,,l.,.,t Mil I. it - .
- iw.nui, juuuias r. nayaru, of llol
DR. W. J5LAUW
3uar".n,,il w (1V,U,n fn"'cr ' fe
ad WashhiKtuu Avenue.
SOUTHERN ILLHOIS NORMAL
C'jIKllONit IE .faiktoii County,
J 10, IDll. j
iiullclcnt number ol
On condition tliut
jounR person do
ami are willing to
contribute a vcrs if. ji-um toward defray.
Ing txptnn-sar H hunurcti ut ion
i!o.hn eacb-a Nona J ,iitlluto will be held
In the Lew bulldlDF, iJiumei clng July l,tlie
day bf dedicating tie jlldlns,nd continue
till July .11. Tho Mnf i.M ol the Unlvcwliy
I will have charge, afl the mMiihers of
Hie facitliy Mil site tbe rntn pan 01 iiu-iu-ttruetion,
At lea-t P jlccturc will be Khen
and, Ifthe rash eon riiu'e 1 1 'iillkletit, the
beft men of this lie .i Mioui l and Iml
ana, will be brought In 'or the.'e rrturi r.
If tint tnuro tluii nio bun,lrcilmid till) ul-
tend, tho tieryonnfeiiilrict Willi the lulrue-
lor will Jierojitei and thf profit in re j and
a- Ibe cxpClileofeJnJtltuUoii will be the
fame, the feo fhotill licitva dollirs. Iflhrte
i hundred attend, tin fi - I'.nild bd reduced to
; three did'arc. rf
A tlic'Malo Irvlltlnif u.i.M no inl
lou for pajhig the i'.vpeiii4 ut 'Ueli an In
Mlttlle, -o drill nbl j o and .double to public
i-oulliorn IIIIiihIp, aill anntli, r favor to Ibe
tinny they luto alnady done tho eninniu
nlty, and giic this annoiliicenicnt several
Kratultou lineillor. in a K"od place, and
vM llu- attention ol teacher'' to ll ?
l.i l all wtie wlu li niiiiui, mii,i ihcir
""" """ ii,,,, .in,, n
prox lo Dr. Until..-, -ccreury or trusti.it.l
Southern Illinois Normal I'idver-lly.Carbon-dale.
iond bmnl c-.iii bo had hi Carlioiul.dc at
N. 11. 'Mio institute cannot be liclil Willi
lc than one In.iidred and fifty who will pay
ill i- dollar i .tea. , Itonr.iiT Ai.i.v.v,
COM PAN Y
re prepired lo Kiipply euttoiner
with llio nu-t
' ILLINOIS I
G OA L
I.EAVi: OIIIU'.IW AT
riTIallltlay llro.V tiillfp, So. TO
3CiTl.illlila ltro. Wharfboa
E3J"M IVyptlan Mill.; or
tfir'.Vt till. fft:il .111 tn r.. f..nt nl
Tblity-ISlilh Mreet. (
Spidal iimii to im Cottuatti
IN ALL ITS. BRANCHES,
DR. DAVID PARKINSON,
Ilavinc looted li Cairn, tollcits the pat-l-onauo
of tboe tkslriiifc' Dental AVork.
Having l,jcn over tventy years auecotfullv
engaged In tlio Mud;aiid practice of Dpiiii-'-try.
in all Its vnrloin bramlie, ho reeln Justi
fied in aTin, that 'ull tatts! action will be
All Work WAUBANTKII HiitUr( or)
ltererence-. Ulplitn:i. and Teiitliimiiial
freely exlilbind wlen di-Mretl. Dr. l'.trk-iu-on
U uoparcd t lnaie
(.'OLD AM SH.VKIt PLATi:,
KNfJMSH AM AJIKItlCAX PI.A-
tixa, am) ci:i.i.i'i,oii iiasi:
to mount artillcla, teeth on ; HKikliiL- a line
iuilii.tltute when yaturu faiu, KX'l KACT
l.N'ti and l'Ll'ddlNtt done iu n workman
Hire mauotT, nlteii savlnif the teeth for life.
Charges leasonable. Kxtraetlnir oO cent",
Silver UllliiKS .'Ki eeol-.
Olfilcoroom In W. (I. Crry'n HiilldlnK,
Corner Sixth stn-ct and Coimnerclul uvcnuo
inrKntniiiee on KI.Mb street.
UEAI. EflTAri. AUEHVK.
.'ulm Q, Ilatman, utp
j. q. harman &, co.
Real Est a te
10 USE AtiHiNTS,
Alul Land AKtliUnl thu Illinois rvntral and
Hurliiib'toii mid Mlisouii It. It. Cos
North V.ot. Sixili and Ohio I.eveo,
C. WINSTON & CO,
Real .Jlstatc Agents,
71 Ohio J.bvkk, (Second Floor,)
lluy and Sell UllAI, liSTATIJ, I'ay TAXKs,
Kupndioa Abstracts of Title.
For Salo tt Wbolesnlo and lletail.
t?OH.NKtt i-THKt'.T ANH OHIO I.F.VKK,
.1. I'. (lAAIIIl.r.
Wood Rittenliouso & Brother
Gr.NERAL Commission Mr.ncitANT,
133 Ohio Levee, Cairo.
AYERS A CO.,
- FLO U 'JEl
No 7 l.VKW.litliiOxiKQ, 1 1 1 r.
j. m, phillips"
l'rcjirepared to forward nil kinds of
Freight to all points.
J3rihnlncn attended to piomptly.
M -TUonn I.. D. 'l'liUin
TIIOMS Si 1 Kuril nit,
duereiom to li, M.llulrn,
COMMISSION MKKCHANTSi HHOKKliS
AND DliLKUa I.W
Hlaitn nd ratio llriirnrlra,
KorolKn and Domettlv
1SI CommercUl Avenue,
OAIKO. . . IM.INtUH.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, PlaMcr, Hair, Ac.
KiT"l will sell In carload lots at munuUt.
Hirer prices, adding freleht.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Hiieeeor lo.lnlin II. I'hllli?.)
FORWABO ING MERCHANTS,
MHAL, Ull AN, Ac,
igenU for Laflio 4 JUni Powder Company.
COIt. TF.NTII ST. A OHIO I.KVKK.
STRATTON &. BIRD
Agents American 1'owder Company,
or oino i.ev:x, otifto.
MILLER & PARKER,
FLO I Ml, CORN, OATS, HAY, Sc.
Agentu for Fairbank'y Scale.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, ILLS
PARKER & AXLEY.
Corner of mh Street and Washington Ar.
N. II. 'riilMlewood. 1". .1. TliMlewood
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
Flour, Corn, OatH, lfay, fee.
So. 78 oiuo i.kvi:i:,
COFFHY, IIAIUUSON & CO.,
(Huccensora to D, Kurd A.Hoo,)
ri.UHB.UUAlN AMI II AT.
Mo 03 Ohio Lovoo, UA1KU, 11.11
NKW YOHK STOitM,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAkOIIT V AMITY ITOOX IH TD CITY
GOODS tiOLD VKHYeiOBK.
Oorutr f MtBelMotb atrtMMa Com
O. O. 1'ATIKH
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUG S,
ClioiiiioalH, latent rcdicincs, IVrfimu'ry, Soaps, brushes,
Joilott Articles, Druist's Fancy Ooot's, Collier White
J.cntl and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, True Colors, Dye
Stun, Ktc., Htc, Kto.
Iu wSntofnoSdi '?!',?" "Hi1 'i1"". ,r.'.',m 'f''t". I'hylcl.ni and (iencr.lrilore
uhrr.iv'r.jr.i'ie ijsss1 Med,c,," ,u,n-
WHOLKSAI.E & It ETA I Li RETAIL & PKEi CH1PTI0N,
74 Ohio Lciee. WHshlnglon Are. cor. Klfhtli St.
N EW HOTEL
HARRY WALK ER
(Late Proprietor of the .St. Nicholas Hotel)
Has hecome Superintendent of the
III I II in II II
COnSUIt S1XTJI STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
-Mr. alter having taken tfiargc oflhii old nnd well-known bouc, willat
once ive it a thorough renovating, and put it in lirst-claii order for the reccp
tion gucst. .Mr. Walker will welcome fun old customer to the new houe, uud
will alway he j;lad to fee them.
First-class Day Board 820 per Month.
HARHY WALKER, Supt.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIBO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The 1'lantcr'n Hoiife in located on Oliio Loreo Street in ' '
CLOSE PROXIMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDING'S
And in tho Center of the Htifinesa ortion of the Cily. The Houeo is new
and cninplulu iu all itu iiipointmeiit8. 1'hn rooms, are lnrge aud airy, besides
heing elegantly fiiruiHhed and carpeted. lliieta will receive eourleoiiH treat
ment aud tho hcHt of nccnunuodatioriH.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
ILLIAM U. MITU, 31. D.
ltKSiDKKCK No. at. Tliirteomu mroct
tiotwecu WnldiiKton Hveimu aud Wulim
treat. Otllc 11 commerelul avenue, up
.J p. i
PIT AND OIL
Day Hoarders $20 per Month.
and Boats Day and Night.
l)lt. WM. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THE CHEAT AMERICAN CON
Consuinptlou U NOT an Incurable dlietie,
i'liyal jlan.-j assure u this (act. it la only
ueco, Bry to have the Klglit Itemedy, uud
the torrllilo uialudy can be conquered.
Hall's Balsam Is thle Bemedy.
It hreaUa up tho nlylit niveau, rellevti the
opprufcilve tlghtiieiw ncros the luogn, aud
lieuU tho laruerated and oxcorUUd urfcei
which thmcuoui ot the dlaoate produce.
WIIILK LIFK LATS TI1CIIE IS HOPE
It may not in too late to eaect a cure even
alter thu doctors, liavo x'veu jdu up
llall'H lUlnnii Ib gold cveo'where, and
may be had ut wholetulo ottho 1'roprletorB,
JohuF. Henry. Cunan & Co., ut their
Ureal Moillciuo Warehouse, 8 and 0 ColleKn
I'l-ice, Now York, l'rlee $1 jier bottle.
llull'n llulsam Is alto a mi re remedy for
CoukIih, 'Joida, I'huuuionu, Bronchlttl,
Akthma, .-Silttlitr of lllood, Croup. Whoop.
iw? Cough, and all other dUealeaof therei
A.'.io.l'roprictom ol hcovlll'n llood and
i.lvcr Syrup.Carbollu rfolve.Kdey'd Trochen
()x)Keuatod lhttcru, Mott'a Liver PIIU. do
JOHN V. HENUV, CIIltnAJJ A CO ,
ot and ll ColleB Vltce, New York,
oa I. Id-wit i
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