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H1U3X1A.K (JilUltCH Klgbteentb street
tr.-fcti WifOituicttin anil walnut.
I r a nin r-1, thinl ami foil rtli -uiida) .
-umlay school at U p. In.
t'myer uieetilijr Wednesday evcnliw.
It H Tkimiilk, I'astor.
lU. HM KIUAN-ii.Ktth tjlreet.
l ttLK.li.il, .iabbath at 10J A.m. and " p.m
myct u.culi.tf, Wednesday at 71 p. ui
lab ith .1001,3 p. lu. J. M. Lauedon, oil
: r un . nt,
lier. U. Tiiaviim, Pastor
iJ'l K
I HI-
t ll
r -Oif. eighth snd Walaut 8b.
Mbbjt'j it it i.n., mil 7 p. m
ling, Wednesday,"! p.m.
3. r-ta. i; W. sum.n,
at. Hsv. .1. L. Will.ru,
I I II
fU U ll in' IlKUKKalKll iCpIsx-
I I i
lorinui t,Myt. bblh 101 a.m.
r.VLiilo,, prayers, 7 t'.m.
Mt'jitl It""!, y a.m.
Lev, l il!. A. Oimti'.T, Hector.
r. rAiaUK's cuuucii- vintti .t. r,i
i -iif. luu Avuiiui'
l ulilli) survive, MsbbaUi 3:10 and lot oi
hi
ni .mi n.uo..
i n.tn
l i.m.
ir," fc.ui.
lluV 1
J. O'UiLLijma.i, I'rUnt.
U,U'il -, tllKJtOll. (Iiatinau.l cor
. I l miul an 1 Cro-s -treats.
it i .s. every Stabbtth at 111 o'clock a. ui.
v t pr, 2 p. ra.
.n daring week dsys, tt o'clock a. m.
Urv. ;. llurMA.v, l'rlott.
K (MAN l.lf rill.liANCilUllcfl-l3tli
t ect balwoeti Wastnugbin Avenue ud
slntll street.
I Celling tlunday morning at 10 o'clock,
anualh school t J o'clock p.m.
ItEV. 0. Dukihchnkk. I'astor.
Ot.SO MK.Vti tiUIllril'IA-N AUSoCIA
1 ION. llegular aioetlng isecond Monday
oi b month at their room orar Rockwell
. Wt book store, Commercial avenue.
Week'y Prayer laniUa, 7iJsy,7i p.m.t
liiOiO.
L. W. HTIU.WKLL, President.
ClONP aMll.-i.'ilONAHY 11AJT13T
t llUHClJuriitir Symor anil Forty
Unl etreoW l'ruacliiug Salibatb it 11
'luck a. ui. an. U o'clock p. la.
sjiiilay ncbool 1 o'clock p. m.
I -i: tburvii U conducted with the HUnolt
V'. iUiii, I.)' the Klit MlMlonary ll
k.it i :..ir.. ot Cairo.
ItKV HuMiMor I.kONAhli, 1'aator.
1'HHjAN MCTHODIS T. FourUnth, be
twc-. n V'aliiUt and Cedar,
.crvlcti, ;ati)jslh. 11 a.m.
M'jbath 5.hoo!. 1) p.m.
i..cMi at i p.m.
fcCONl) KMiK A7II.1 I1AITIST' Klf.
Mxutti .Svrfeu, titween Walnut and Cedar.
irv ' ,-bli'J . 1 and 3 p. in.
1UV. ii. Iticts, l'aator.
UKC Wll.l. 1IA1T1ST HOMK MI.S810N
MAIillATH bCllOOI.. Corner Walnut
aoJ (,! Jar Streets,
.-ilialh School. 'J a.m.
I'jiT r'HKK WILL UAlMIdT CUUltCll
urry'a Uarrack
dctvlcot, Sariliath 11 a.m., 3p.m. .t 71 p.m.
Kiev. Wn, Kiu.nr.l'ut,
IV 7 MlhSIONAKY HAJTIST CI1UUCU.
.(.o.lr, bttwe eti N'ln'Ji and Tenth SU.
1'iecLib Sittiklh, 10 a,m. and
7J p.m.
rrayir mteucif. n vJLuiaay evening,
j'rcMrii;, 1 n-lay retiliu.
li ,iitj a lioo!, li John Vantii
aud llary Stephen, SuperlnlHQ i nU.
HKV. T. J. nlluKm. l'atot.
rt'MSU HAI'TIST CI1UHC1I 1 omteentli
pfeet, uetwttn Cedar and Walnut. The
omy llaptitt church recozed by the At-
?nt ui, aohth, 11 a.m. 3 p,m, and p.m.
Urv .Ucob HitiiiLKr. Klder,
bKUHKT 0RDKK3.
TIIK MASONS.
.. 'O COM M A N" IJK11 Y, No. IS. Stated
Att 'iblr at llin Aylum Mainlc Hall, Ort
rd Mondays lu each month.
A.'ltO COI-'N'CIL, No. Jt. Ilepular Codto-
cat. u at Maon!c Hall, the second Friday
to ti'Ji month.
A1UO CUAITKU No. 71. Heirular Con
i cation at ila-onlc Hall, on the third
'ihiMdif ol overv month.
MHO LOOTS, fit. 5!37 F.& A. 11 1U
Ur O-junUUlCiUons at Maonle Uall.
ne' .J tad lourth Mondayi of uacu monm.
TIIK OUU-FKLLOWd.
I.LVA.nDKK LODrtE, TU MeeU In Odd-
"eUowi' Uall, In Artcr'i building, every
, TtturvUy fcVclnj( at S o'clock.
STATK 0FKIUK1UJ.
Governor John L. Jeerti1t;
LimUuiiit-UoverLOt
HtcretiriNaf StaleOeor 11. Harlow.
Auditor if State C. K. Llpplncott.
ilHle 1 reautpr Cn'per Hiitz.
Altorury n'uirl Jumc K. Kd.all.
jupt. l'ubil. Iritmctlun NewtOj llateman
CONbllKSsMEN.
i;ator Kithtrd J. Ofe'lenby and John A.
"iIt'ClutAUe Ki'huenth Dlitrict Uacc
VKJbKi-IW UKNtiliAL ASSEMBLY.
UK-c.ntl.tU''" I" ne Mrth dMrlct..
outr. M.ny, Wm. A. Ummauud ilath-
TenaUir'iofr'tlio f)t!i dUtrlct. .Jee Ware.
COL'NTi OFFICK1U.
CIHCU1T MMntT.
Jud 0. J. llakor, of Alexander.
sute'. Attorney l'utrlck 11. l'ope.
Clerk ll. S. Yocum.
Slitrltl A. H. Irvln.
Vim. ilartln Aeror and Treuurer.
Sorveyor John 1. llely.
cou.stv COUKT.
iuizt- V. HroM.
oclate-J. K. McCrlte and 8. Marohll
on. i.tmk -Jacob It. Lyuch.
Oirouer Jobu 11. Oninan.
non(
fATKONIZK
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
vomer Twelllh street aad Wahln;:Um Al
J. 0. HUELS.
k.ate of Ht. I)UU,).
1'Utn'niKTOK
BDiiK niNUKR AND 1ILANK BOOK
1IANUKA0TUKKK
lll.A.NIC "1UOK3 of every description dono
with neatnes and dispatch. All kinds ol
nllnK dono at suon nouce. iuoie, muuii
I! agaxlnoa and Periodicals bound neat and
ntv work, such as ltocords. Docket
ITS CUKED EHEE.
Any per-oit stlllerliitr Horn tbo aboe UI
caia Is reiiiuti.d to uddn ss Ilt. l'lilCK, and
trial hot le ot medicine wl.l bo forwarded
'DrM'r'"'!' Isu tuxular physician, aud lias
mule the ireatinciii oi
TITS Oil Kl'lLEPSV
, ttuiiy for years, and he will warrant
Ii hW r'i.u reineilv.
L'7o..otrall to wnil to hl.n for trial bottle;
1 1 eots hoiiiuiki u "
will (iimi: you,
no matter of how long standing your case
may be, or now inajr ,. -j
ClKUlHs'and tesUmonluls sent with
FHKB THIAL IIOTIT.
AMtCMmi. C1IAS. T. PBICE. t
(17 WlUlam Btroet, hew kork.
03-0-23-drw1
$u gulliuui.
I'.ihllentloii HAM, bulletin MalMta
vrsalilnstan
hi; W DAY, AUfiU.ST 2, 1871.
A SL'jO.OOO KKi: i'OH A SKIIUKON.
The son ami heir of tbo late Edwin
.-'icxcns, iJr. Johu G. Stevens, al
though ha is tbo poiieitur of uniitn
itml wealth, Leio Worth some S7V
000,000, has until very lately, been a
iii.nt uuhappy inau. Ha lmi bsea
lliulet! eiucu his birth with a pi-culiar
wen, wlncli liai incrcancu yuar by year
until it cover'l a Isrgu portion of his
u -, and i.i'i I . It t a most uoblcas.
.ui object, i.v.iiy eovored with hair,
a iid strangei) vn'tubled mi anitnal.
N.j limn could . i- it without a shudder,
mid have taiiiltil ut the sight oT it.
(M cour.'e Mr. .Stephena felt the uf.
llietion ino.it Leeuly, and it had, natur
ally enough, a very deprcwititr effect
upon his r-pirit. What win bis itu
iiiciih; wealth to him? Any workman
in hid employ won more to be envied
than he. He became morose and al-mo.-t
inelAiieholy, society tbat ho was
exceedingly loud of lie studiously
avoided, aud, although a young.. roan,
he became alinott a rccluao. The best
physicians uud surgeons of Kurope
were consulted, but they nil said to re
move the wen could but result in
death. Although his life was so mis
erable, still there was hope, aud he
bore bravely up against repeated dis
appointment. Deliverance camo at last, aud a few
days ago an operation was performed
which has made him a new man. Dr.
Willard Parker ol (his city had faith
to believed that the wen could be re
moved. He told .Mr. .Stevens so, aud
the young man, grasping at the straw,
promised him ?1"iO,000 if he would
perform the operation successfully. He
dii to, aud has earned the everlasting
Vratitude, a well as the money of the
young millionaire, who is now pro
nounced out of danger. The operation
was performed with electric knives, and
it is said tbat when the horrid rumor
was removed the skin beneath was
found and smooth as that of any other
part ol the body.
Notwithstanding the cloud that has
hung over his whole life, the young
man ha- had his love affair, like the
rest of us. In early youth he was be
trothed tea little girl, the daughter of
one of his father's dearest friends,' who
always loved him, aud sorrowed with
In,, atfiction. bile the hateful Hung
was upon him, it is said, -Mr. Jrteveus
gave up all idea of being married, but,
now that it has been removed, we ithall
expect soon to hear of great wedding
festivities at Hoboken.
REPRESENTATIVES COnVEN
i ION.
A liepiibllran rout cution lor the purpo.e
of iioiiiinatlc)r u caiidblatc lo lepre.ent llm
Filth Di-trlet in the Mate Legl-btiirc will
be held at Mound City, llllnoi-, on Tlnin
d. Aui,'Ut 13, 137t, at 11 e'clotk, u. 111.
The ratio ol representation w ill be one del
egate for each 1(J ote, and one lor eieh
Irtctlonal M ote- cat for 1). liraht and
Henry Wll.oii for president and vice-pr.-Ul.lit
at I In' pre.ldt-lltlal electiJII ill
l7i.
Tii. coiiutlr- Will be vntlllcd to the lillo-
Ins repreMiitatlou :
A'cxander,
.laekioli,
I'lilou
The llepiibllcau count
12
I
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Central Commit-
tee In each of the counties ccnipo-lrif; the
diitrict are re-pectlully rtiUeteil to call
count cimentlou-, and apKilnt dcleKalei.
loreprcfiit their cnuntlea In ld com en-
Hon. Hy order ol Committee,
.vUtihkw J. lN'-cniir..
i.vtf Chairman.
REPUBLICAN
Congressional Convention.
'KIliHTKKSTH IilSTlllOT)
CALL I!Y Til K UENTKAL COMMITTEE
- - -
A Itepubilcaii Convention tor the purpose
ol nomlnatiiii; a candidate to represent the
EJI.ieentb (Joiii;rv.laiikl District of (the
state ot llllr.ois In Coiirc., is'hfretij-Klied
to meet at Mound City, lliln lis, Thursday,
August 13, lo7t. The rain) ol rerriiita-
tloti will be one il.-leste l'r f en one linn.
dred votes, and ooe lor each Irartloml tilly
totes in each ciimtv, east Ic.r 11. H. tirani
and Henry Wll-ot for president uud Wee-
pretldt'lit nt tii" presidential election in
lH7i. The counties will be entitled to tin-
following reprejuitiitlons :
Co's. D'lgt-. W. D'lKt.
Kiniloiiili, in
Jackson,
I'uion,
.lohu-on,
Ma-sac,
l3
I'ar v. 1.
WIUUdkoii, I.I
ii
l'ope, l-.
10
1'i
ruiaiii. o
Aloxalider,
Tne Kepubllcan Coillitr Central Commit-
te ofnaetl eulllllV la.thu Lllihtceiltb Jlls-
trict are respectfully reiucstcdltp euti
rv,M,i. ivinveiitlnns. aud aiiualnt deleicates I
to represent tlielr coUutlei in the momen
tum.
llv order ol tho Congressional Jeulral
Committee ol the Eighteenth Congressional
District.
.11. WILLIS. V. It. WA( HONKIL
Chairman. .-ccreiary,
Metropolis, llllnoi , JulyC. 1874.
CALL FOR A DEMOCRATIC
CONVENTION.
A Dotuoeratlu Senatorial Couvcutlou D
hereby called to meet at (Joleondu. Illinois,
. Matiiutur. Aucust lMh.'1H74. The ob-
ject oftlio convention will be to nominate
.... . , .
s.ndldutes lor sonator anu memuern oi wic
legislature to serve lu the next general as
sembly, and to consult as to the- best means
for turtherlng tho welfare of the Ufmocratic
party In this district, The basis of repre
sentation lu the convention win no one ueh
egato lor each one hundred votes oast for
Hon. S. S. Marshall m naruin couuiy. atiu
Hon, (leo. W, Wall in luc oilier couuuea is
tho district, in the election lor iri, una an
additional candidate lor escnjracuou over
lllty 0tes so cist.
it l earnestly hoped that tho cpuntycqin.
miiteuB will sco ttie necessity of callJnK)1!lr
county couveiitioDS at an early day to ap
i. ,iieu.tn to the Senatorial Conven
tion. 0, Wi WILKINSON, ,
Chalrmau Democratlo Senatorial Commlt-
the oltt District,
June 83d, 1874.
Newspaper advertlfintf is now recognized,
by builnfM men bavins faith in ihclr own
arr, Hi inoM cllrclhn m,-in (or v
curio; for llielr goinN a wlor rctonllioti
-f tbclr worlM.
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Newspaper aihertUln? Impel Immiry. and
when the article offered Uof good quality,
and at a fair prUr.ttie natural rf-iilt I' In
crea,el sales.
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Newspaper aderlirlii(; l jiermanent addi
tion to the reputa.lon ol the nootl adu-r-tited,
became it I- a permanent Inmuenec
alwajn at work In their lntr-t.
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Newspaper iiiUeitl-lur promotes trade, lor
etintlie dullei! limes inUeill-er" -(cure
by tar the largest share ot wbat Is being
done.
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Newspaper ailvertlslinrln the most energetic
ami vigilant. of salesmen; U'lUre-m,' innu
sands eaeli day, always In tho f dvcrttset'h
Interrit, and cea-lessly at work seeking
customers troni all classes.
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V.ST 1 1.
Vol II VI.
CAREFULLY
OTJXl
EXAMINED
rrxrara-t-v-
AMI
low jzs&BsnjEirvoxxi,
AiwehavoJ" (,'11011 HIMSO.VS
why
iLey will jo your wiik,
QUJCK AND EASY,
:CI1EAP AND CLEAN.
Tbey ro chuup tn Iaiv,
They ro bent to uir, "
TI.ey bki evenly unil quick 'y,
Tii. r opernlion iip-rlwt,
They hsvo alwar n good draft,
'1'hey are main of the belt material,
Tht-y roat pertectly,
They require utlittlo fuel,
They aro very low jiricol,
They are eatlly managed,
They are sultcil to all localities,
Kvry itnve giiaranted to give
.Satlilaction.
CO
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Excelsior Man'fg Co-
sr. i.nfis. mo.
AND 11Y
lUlXIIliIt.SOX, Cnlro,
Ills.
C .wKtw.in.
5TITK Of lM.I.VOIr".
Alexander County, , '",
In Hie Circuit i-otirt of Alexander iotintv,
September Term, 1-74.
"The llowc 31sclilne Company"
s.
John It. ljowe and Amelia M. Lowe, his
William Martin: William It. Lane ;
Cleopatra llrown ami K'iphle) llrown her
liu1iainl.
lllll in Chaneerv to Forecln-e Jlortiase
and lor 'telle!.
Notice I- hereby iricnuf the pendency
o! the aboi- enlltleil Milt ami that the time
and place Of the return of punimons in the
ti-e U the Ilrn day ot the next term of said
court In be liolJeii at llie court liou-e In the
lty or Cairo, In -ibl county, on the tlrt
ilou.lay ol f ciui'inber, 1:71,
Hei-jii:.v S. Yoct'M.
(ii!i:r.s A- iln.iiEitT, i lerk ofi-aUl Court.
Mitleltor- lor Complainant.
JI-7-2llitl-u4l
MAsTKIf.-.-Vl.i:.
M TK It.LI.Ot., I ,
Ai.k t.Minu Cor.vrv. i ' '
AIeainlcr county Circuit court.
Jiitiu II. navl.
w. Illll for
A-a Nix, Jacob Wil-r.n, Foreelo-ure of
KoWert Heriilr mid Thom.al Mortuaze.
.1. Waikin.. j
I'libllc notice l herehy ii-ii. that In pur
Hern or n deerec cutiTHii of reeonl In the
nb c-enlltlel cii-c, in -wo I c ,ort. on the
VI, tii day oi June, A. D. I-Tl. I John ,
ll.itmn.mi-ter In ehineery i, aid count),
Hill, on riiniMliv, the vuth day August, A.
I. 1-74, ut the boar of -J o'. lock p. ui. of
lid dir. -ell t public vell.lUH totbe bluhr-t
bidder lor eih, at the lror.t ilmir or the
court hoUfe, in tie city ot Cir6. in -aid
co' iity ami Mate, the follow in? ie-cribeil
real e-tite, til-wit: The eat ball of the
norilieat iilarter. t ie northca'l iii:irt r of
the Miiithwc-t quarter, anil the imiiliwe-t
quarter of th' mutben-t iuarier. ml In -u.
lion tu'ciity-tu'ii r-'i ). tovn-hiji n-venteen
(17), -outli of rani;- two ".'i, wet of the
third pilnelpnl iiierliliau. In the county of
Aluxumier imJ -lule of liliiini-. tccihcr
Willi all ami .lobular the teneineutu ami lie-nilltuneiit-
tber'iinlo bei.ineiiii;.
Cairo, lllinoi-, .luit . 1.-71.
JOHN t. HAHMAN.
I'. Wlli:i:i.Ki:. .M i-ter iu Clmncery.
Miliellor lor i.oinpHin&nt. .ai-7-'-w4t
MASTKH'S SALi:.
tatk ok Illinois, )
At.KXANiiKU County, j
Alexander county circuit court,
.-evere Nrclilldoll
.la-per Cully. Kigenie (hilly.)
and l'trd I". l!oler ,V Co.' ,
mil to
Korcclo-o
Morignu.
rublbi notice I. hereby giteu, that, in
pursuance ot n decree entered of record In
Hie Hbove-eiilltleil caii-c. in -slil court, on
the .''tliday ol May. A. D. li7l, I, John (J.
lliiriiian. ma-term chancery ol sal I iiuiiit),
will,
On 1'rld.iy,
tlio 1 itli Hay
A. 1). 174,
of AiiuM,
at the hour ol o', lock p. in. of
Slid 'I'V. 'I'll, lit public. WMIllUe, to
the lilv'bet bidder for ca-h, at the Iront
door ol Ihecnuit hoii-o, in the titv of Cairo.
In -aid count) unit state, tho lollowing-de-scribed
real estate, to-Hit: Lots mmibeleil
eight (S) and nine in block number olid
(ll, in Jiiiiiu L. Itrown's mlitiilou to the
tmvn of Thebe ; also, lot- numbered one
(l(, two (-J). three il), four (4), live (!!, six
ui), seven 7) uud eight id. In block two(S),
In Hodges ,V t.'o.'h uildltlon to the town ol
Thebes; all In tlic, county o Alexander.
statooi iiiinoi". "kimii er wiio - ',1 -'in".
lar the tenements and licrcuiiaiiicnt
tiler
unto belonging
caiiio. li.t.M,, July ii, l7l
wit
ll'll 1 1IAIOI ,
IS, J". Vt IIKi:i.MI .MJ-IW ill ljll.HICl.TV.
Sol'.clltor Conu.Ulliailt.
Holrt. Wood & Oo
1180 HIDUK'AVKNUIC
Vll 1 L A DEL A J 1 1 A , V EiN IS'. ,
r'uiiutaliiH, Vases, Animals. Iron .Slulrs,
Lump l'ot, Stnlilo, I'lttmj,
M ire tVorl;s.
JAST. WH0UGHT& WlltK HAlLlNdS
NEW and IMUDVIU'D Oil A lit lor theatre
Conceit and Lecture Halls,
Aud
(ic nti nil
mental
Acsortnieiit of
Jrou Work.
Orna
K-tlmntes and designs senton appllcat
Hitlngthe cls ol work desired.
ylj4-eoi1-0
WOOLCTT'S TAIN PAINT
Cuics all klndiol pains. For sale by
HAllOIiAY IHIO'S.
FINN AND METZ
3ole agents Mr Alexander, lulaskl, Union
ud .Ma-sn counues. t4-i;-ii-'im
i
THERETO
A NEW IMPROVED
mm wm mm.
The 4kMoaal for frrogress."
At Mcnii.i,: l-7:i.
The lll.'licft Order ol "lctll Awarded
at the Dxpj-itluti. '
MISKW1NI1 MAI'IIINK KKCRIVEU A
HWHEK I'ltliK.
A WAV (i()01 ItF.ASO.NS:
i.-
-A M'W imciilloti thuroiishly tested
and mcihuI by U'ltern 1'atent.
3Iakeaj PKIlfllcr Ick Stltcli. alike
on both tide, on all klnilol uoodn.
3. Iiuti. l.l!ht, Mnootb, .NoI'1.:j, and
Itapid btft lolilt.inii' loll ol iUalillCK.
4. Durable Ittini lor ycar without tc.
palrr.
r.. Will do all srltleiof Work and Fancy
Mlti-hlrK in u Mipcnor mmif r.
ii 1 trnwl eallj mail.... . o the opera
tor U'tivth ol lirli in... .otered while
ruunlnir, and tuacliliie can I i. ru.tilcil with
out pa-.ini; tbtuad thtotiiili I . .
7- Df.lKii Mmplo, Iii.ii'.mii, Kkyaiit.
fotming the ttiteli witlioui u.i ue of CoS
Wheel O ears, Kotary Cani or Lever Arm.
H.i-the Automatic Drop l'cid, which III
njfes uniform length of stlteli at any speced
lln our iipw Thread Controller, which fol
low ea-y mowment of neeille-bar mid
prctentn Injury to thread.
f. Con-tructlon inoft carelul and (In
Uhed. It Ii manulactuieit by the mo-t klll
ful an I experlcnceil machanlcr. at the cele
brtel KKMINOtoN AltStOKY, Il.lo.V, .V. Y.
Chleairo OlUec, is'i ,-tatu street.
(i-'i-Vm
V
"ULOAN IllOX AVORK
(JOM.M KKUI Ali AVKXUE,
OPI-OStlB
mnrn HTitKirr.
JOHN T. KENNIE, IV i.
FO U NDRY.
MACHINE SHOP
I'OROKS AN1I 1'lPJt FlTTISO,
NTKAS1 K.ViJIMf , MII.I., SiTKAMHOAl
TwT A.CHOOSrES.Y
Manutictureu au,l repairea
II
Special attention Liven to light and heavy
forirlny, hou-e. bridge, railroad and jail work
nn,l all work of a similar character.
Steam and K" tittlnj; in all Its branches.
A full a--ortmetit ol Morris, Ta-kcr .V Cd't
1'hlladelpbla pipe and dtttiib's. Hra-upwds
etc.. anil can Uxturo alwata on hand.
l'll'INU OK HOL'tiK yOll OAS
MADK A Sl'KCtALTV.
Ajrent for Cimcron special steam pump
and boiler teeder. Tim heat Tnamilaeturmi.
Coll',, patent typhon putnp, and Judju'i
nateiit tovernor and i;oernor valve.
The lollowln engine, etc., tor sale ;
Two steamboat iHitlnos, 1-J inch bore nt
cylinder; live feet stroke, uud In good ordei .
One fteamboat sbnlt and ciuokj wrot iron
One cnu'ine tor hoisting Irt Wbt; 7.Y1U.
One lUX'U saw mill enallie, with shart and
crank lor muly or cane aw, second hand,
One new 7.1'J enyine; my own manufac
ture. Also, a second-hsnd stave cutting ma
chine uud Jointer, and warehouse hoisting
mauhlne, In cood order.
F.miines aud machinery of all kinds bought
aud sold:
l l I i k M. 1.
, TLl'CK NO 'J.
i in: m;w rnii!0M0S-rK0.u wn.
LAUD'S FAMOUS F.VlXTlXiS.
The.n i:ie":lllt Cbroiiios lira by lar the lllo-t
exprui-ivii pictures eer glv. n to the pub-
II . I... I,... (,tll r l.niiwir nntl -'IMlIek" to lllu
last extent. SUo Hi by '.'i Inches, iniuiileii
Ulioiieaiiva mid strainers. Prlco ifll) Ilio
(JIT. PLilU OrUlTK iu Ull inimuvi. m.
lYDKIt, -.'If MU'rJoi Iltut, iI.ihU( I).
ij tj-uo .l'iniM.';iil
I'o the Editor ol I IIP. ltri.Li;TM :
i:mi:i..mkii l'liiKsn: You will nle.i-e In
i. .11 a., al... .!. II1... I I.
to) in your readers that I hno a positive
cum: i-oit coxsujii'tiox
and all disorder ol Hie Throat aud Lungs,
sod that, by its it-o in my practice, I Iiiim:
I'lireit hundreds ol cues, aud will give
$1,000 00
or a c.i-e It will not benclit. Indeed, so
Irong l mv faith, I will -end a mamplk,
hick, to aiiv siitl'ercrndilressliu; me.
l'le.i-e show this idler to any one you may
tnow who Is -ullcrliig from thee illsea-es,
m. I oblige, Faithfully Your-,
DR. T. F. BURT,
ill) Wllllinii ht. am York
07-ii--.'i-tl Aw 1 1
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DK. V. JJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Jutlers lilrck (up Hairs) urn r fth Hire
and "Washington -Avmiue,
90 31-tf.
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
F. Ni. STOCKFLETH,
IlttlUlir and U hutciito Dealer
FOREIGN AMD DOMESTIC
lifQUOKsS AND YLK?
vo ui oiiio r.KVL'i:
t ." i-it
J M Ml!
WILSON
SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
THtMSTlii'iHORLD
The Highest Premium
'vas awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio St.ie Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair,
Amer. intivtute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati E::pvsition ;
Indianapolis Expedition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AN"
Georgia State Fair ;
The Best Sewrg Machines
and doing the largest
and best ranc of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
12T For Hn.iming. Fcll-
ing, Stii:!i!,i:i,
Cjrding,
Fibroid-'
i. titching
Binding, Bra d '
cring, Quilting,
fine or heavy
ooc's, it ii
unsurpassed.
Where wc have no Acentc,
we will deliver a Machine fcr
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for ali Sowing
Machines for Sale.
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 News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewinij Machine Co.,
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
ICE !ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMIS Sc CO.
'1'nkes gicnt pleasure III aiitiouil'ing Ibat
Ihey are now prepared t.. rf.ipiily evi tvbody
with lake leo of the very belt quality, rlllier
ut their liou.es or at the .tore-, Onler
shoiild b lult ut the ollli'C, No. l s))iiK
l.nee. rii-iil'J-tin
Siflltle oDwlii
MicHn
l'rr,ii con Inlie llarsc Itlllrr.arjr I
l p.,. - ant ten in ..ng unwell fr
I t. f.s i. ,. nre not i.cntojnl iy mineral
n r m. r lufim, u.l viui orifiat itatteu
. ",i .iut c( rtiair.
ttf .prp.ln or iilluela,i,lta,ta. tie. Tain
ni.. .-itu.o.lsrs, c.'i c'.. -imnuc, o( i, i ht.t.
I .i.',nr-.s .ur rruri.iiinnso( ths 5iomi ra-t
I. oiniuo Moimi. Hi. in. is Atlartia. ra'.Oi'sl . i
ll,e Menil. I 'Snti.tra'i-Mi of tho Lnnirs, rain in
v rerii,!! r t;.e ksiner. and a kuiiUrftl niti.-r
ii.r.ii simi.i. on t" ii.. it-i iins r.f l)vifeH
i. one Inline will ,rn a in-usr g urautee ot
. menu lli.oi a '.nellij n.i.erllsei.iant.
I'nr l-'emnln i'mnptnlnl.. Ll 3ui.tlg or eld.
rriO'l ur situ;!'', .il Vic .tatn v'n msnti . I, or
n.rnnf life, t.ie-e Tm'I" lu'ters ilip!ay m ,j
un mnticii. e Ui-.i im-i..nitit isaocn per
I'nr I itflnnminlnrr mid Clirontr Illirii
li fi 1 1 in ami 1.....I. Hi'Iiiiis Ht-inii i- il js'l'
.. uncut Keer. m-enMx or u.e m vii, ui'r L
. and Illu-I.lcr. titer Hitlers In" UD tia,
- iiv.ie are r,tnl I T Hllte.l I'.lioil
TIm-j me ii Benlle I'lircnllre n- ssrll n
n 'l onlr, ioeiB ike merit e ariing as a
i Triui aicnl la relletlnir Lonai'silon or In
.ii.iamatKm ot the Lctr ana Visceral Urciuv and
ItiiMMi lhaeates.
I'nr Mi I ii lllu'u.r., V.rntitlnn, Tctlrr, SMt
r.hciim, litotclie. !-v"1- Iimwe'. fnmies. iicsw,
i .iri.uucN s. Illnr n, run. !V-.l llra.l. ore rtcs,
) rrsnwias. lien. !-curf- WolorailPnoftliesin,
l,imr an.l !! ae. ol the M-in or whatever nstne
r n.iliire. a.-e lueral'l .lug up and urrlel c to!
f -.jatei.: in a -' i - t,n:e 1 iie U- (jtt iQ
(Jrnlerul 'fh.iniiM,l rr 1 '"T s
i ir.Ki pi, M": 'i.i. t ui liitu. r ' it e.cr
-'.iineo is finktn-r .rlem
ft. If. .Ui ).. I, IS .V CO.
I'nurplsta ami Ceil. Art.. Nin Francisco. OaL, A
ror. ot Waaliinglon n-l Cfiarimn st., s, Y.
MJl.1) HY ALL HIIUCOISTS A UlLlLERS-
Frospecttts for 1S74 M:VEXTJI TEA It
TEE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly .Journal, universally
admitted to be the handsomest period
ical lu the Vorld. AreprescnUUie
and champion of American tastr ,
HrtT vousals i liooc on xizwt SrOBK
The AMIno. while lsued with all the rcc-
ulsrltr. has none of the temporary or time
ly Interest characteristic of ordinary peri
odicals. It I-an elegsnt miscellany ol pure
light and gracclul literature ; and a collec
tion ot ptcturcs, me rarest specimen ot ar.
tlstlc skill, In black and white. Although
each succeeding number allords a fiesh
f.lcasurc to lis friends, the real value ann
icauty of 'the Aldlnc will be most appreci
ated -lter It ln been bound up at tbo close
ol the year. Whilo other publications may
claim superior ebeapne. as compared with
rivals of a similar class, the Aldlne U an un
jiUe and original conception alone and un
approached absolutely without concept"
In price or character.
AUT DKl'AKTAIENT. 1S74.J
The lllu'tratlons or the Aldlno have w.
a world-wide reputation, and tn the art cen
tres ot Kurope it Is an admitted fact that
Its wood cut arc examples of the hlgho.t
perfection ecr attained. Tho commor
prejudice In latorj' "steel plates," Is rap-
Idly yielding to a i. jeducated and dis
criminating LiMe w hich reeognizes tho ad
vanttges the advantages of suportor artistic
ipiAllty with greater facility of production.
The quarterly tinted platesfor 1S74 will be
jy Tho. Sloran and J. 1). Woodward.
Tbo Christmas Ksuo tor 1ST win contain
sveclal ile-lgns appropriate to tbo waaou.
l,v our uest ayt-n, ana win aunxia in III
tracuons any ot t'f picdcccsjiors.
VUF.XUUMS F011187L
hvery subcriber lo tlie AUItne tor lb
year li71 will receive a pair o! chronioa
i'he original pictures weru painted In oil lo
the publl-hcrs of the Aldlnc, by Thoma
iloran, whose great olorado pictures and
purchased by congre-s for ten thuuand
uollars. The subjects were chosen to rep
rtwiil ten Ihou-aiid dollars. The subjects
wete chn-eii to represent "The Kat" anu
"The W.t." One Is a view In the White
.Mountains, .New" Hampshire; the other
gives the din's of Oreen river, Wyomlmr
territory. The chromos are each worked
trom thirty distinct yltc. ami are In slxe
nix Hi) and apparaii.'d cxcl fac-eimlles ot
tho uriglnals.
NWAKK. X. J.. tcpt. id. JIJ73.
Me". James million .v to. .
(ilt.NTLKMKV 1 am delighted with the
proofs in color ol your chromos. They are
woudettully succcinlul r presentation by
mechanical pr cess of the nrlglnalpalntlng..
Very respectfully. Titod. iloua.v.
These chromos aro in every senso Ameri
can, They aro by an orlnal American pro
cess, with material ot American manufac
ture, from deigns of American scenery by
an .murican pnunvr, ami presemeu O auu
scrlbers to the first successful Amr!caii
Arc Journal. II no better Localise o! all
this, they will certainly posses- an Interest
no foreign production can Inspire, anil nei
ther are they any the wor-e if by reason ol
peculiar facilities of production they cot
the publishers only u trille, while equal In
every re-pect toother chromos that are sold
singly lor doubb tho subscription price ol
the Aldlne.
If any subscriber should Indicate a pre
ference for a figure subject, the pabllshers
will send '-Thoughts ot Jlomu" a new an
bcatlful chroma, "Jlx'JO Inches, representing
a little Italian csllo whose speaking eyes
betray tho IoiuIpci ol his heart.
t5 p.ir annum, In wlvnnre, with OH Chro
mes fre.
K.ir 550 cKN rri r.xnu, the chromos,
mounted, varnliiind. and prepaid by mail.
The Aldine will, hcreatter, be obtainable
only by subxTlpliou. There will no be re
duced or club rate i cash fur subscriptions
must bo sent to the punll-hcr direct, or
handed to tho local canvasser, without te-spon-lblllty
to tho publishers, except in
cn-us win iu the ccrtltlc.Uo Is given, bearing
the l.iulliale -i.'ii.iliiio of James .-utton X Co,
(M.VVA.SSIMtS M.TEI.
Any person wiitliig to act permanently
asHlou.il CHiivasner III retell u full and
prompt Information by applying to
Jtvtics .Sutton ic Uo., Publishers.
s,s MkLIrh l.ne Knw York
ciiiar i.iuinien;.
The great discovery ol the
age. There Isno pale which
the Centaur l.lnlmentwlllnot
relieve, no swelling which It
vsil not subdue, and uo lame
ness which It will not cure
-this Is etrong Unguaue. but
it u true. Jt's no humbug:
ipflArja the recipo Is printed around
each bottle. A circular containing ecrtlfl
oales of wonderlul cures ol rheumatism
neuralgia, lock-jaw, sprains, swcBlng.,
burns, slialds, cakeiLbnasts, polsouoiis
'jltes, frez..u Uet. gout, salt rheum, ear-ache
V. ud tin recipe o! the Liniment will be
m$iXuom. U Is the most vven
derfui hvallng and pain relieving agent tbe
world has ever prm'.uctfd. It sells iuuo ar
h,.i ..v.,r i.einre did soil, and It scllsbecauso
It does Just what It pretends to do. One bot
tle ol tho Cenuur l.lnlment lor animals
i) ellow wr
tars lor sp
wrapper) i worm a uuuurcu uoi
pav lliei), siraiuvu ut ksusu uuisai
and mules, ami tor strsw-worm iu snecp.
O lalllliy Cr StOOk-OW lior mu sumu iu v
without Contaur l.lnlment. l'rlce, Weehts;
negr bottles, 1. J. 11. Kose X Co., f-1
llroadway, ew York.
OASTOItlA is more man a substitute tor
Castor Oil. It Is the only hakk article lu
existence which Is sure to regulate the bow
els, cure windcollc and produce natural
sleep. Itlspleasanttotako. Children need
not crv and mothers mav sleep. 10-7 wly
ILLlAJt 1(. SMITH, -M. D.
HKdlDUI'CK-.No. 31, ThlrteealU tret
etwetn Washlnston avenue und W',lnu
t met OIUci uutcjmincrcisl vt&ue, up
I'rs.,
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