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OUit UlIUHUUB'B.
II HIS l'I A-N OIIUIIOII KlKliteentb street
liOkWflBii Washington and Walnut.
I'rmio'iin every third and fonrtli Sunday,
rfuuday school atu p. in.
l'ntyer meeting Wednesday evening.
It It Till miilic, I'astor.
rKi)YTi:itiA?-Kightii street.
l-reachlng, Sabbath st 10) a.m. and 7) p.m
I'm .r iccuthi;, Wednesday at 7) P. m.
istli aboo!,3 ti.ra. .?. M. Lansdcn, Bu
I iiiiwudcnt. littv. 11. Tuayiii, l'astor
l. fllOMaT. Cor. Eighth and Walnut Bis,
'u x .jlnf, Hsbbath at 11 a.n.. and 7 v. m
ru;
ilh Signal, .'i. n m. I. W. HUIIttbII.
1 tiu l.ttcndent
UliV. J. li, WALL Ell,
I r tor.
Hl.'llUll or TIIK KKDKEMKIt (Eplsoo-
i ah)
Mcfulnji prayers. Habbath 101 a.m.
".ritinUi School, 0 a.m.
Ittv
i t
iiilhkkt, Koctor.
1 villi!
IVM'iinlutJ a
i ulillv. ii.r.,u
li uOll Ninth Ht. and
. II'U
"iM.,.th 8:10 and 10) a.m.
vcriorn. 1 n.iii.
-ubfiath School, 1 p.m.
ervico every day. s ,m.
IlKV. 1'. J. OMUl.l.oHi.4, l'rtest.
1'. JOSHl'll'd OIIUIIOII. (German,) cor.
cr of Walnut and Cross etroct.
Ma.i. evory Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vop.rs, !ip. ra.
Mats ilurluy weok days, 8 o'clock a. in.
liicv. u. Hoffman, l'rlctt.
LttMAN LUTIIUHAN OHU11C1I-13 th
.truit liutweou Washington Avenue and
W almititroot.
rruaclilruj Sunday tnornini' at 10 o'clock.
rUbhath School at 2 o'clock p.m.
11 BY. C. DUKKflOIINSU, l'Altor.
lOU.NU WEN'H ClUtiariAN AUHoUIA.
TION. Kegular meeting eocond Monday
eauU month at their room over UockweU
A (Jo'' bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Wotkly l'rayer meeting, Vrlday, 71 p.m. at
to room,
L. W. BtillwklL, l'rosldent.
K'C:0N1 M133IONAUY UA1TIBT
I HUlUJll. Corner Byeamoro and Forty.
UrU etreot. 1'reachlng Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and it o'clock p. m.
nunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
i lie church It connected with the Illlnoti
Axtoclation, by tliu Klibt Missionary lJap
llrt Church ol Cairo.
lev. Somimom I.zoxikD, 1'ittor.
I MOAN JlBTHODlBT.-rourteontt, be
twoen Walnut and Cedar.
Survlcos, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
.".iMitth School. 1) p.m.
I .n-i meets at a p.m.
miond kuki. will ltAi'Tiar- nr.
tenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Mirvlce Sabbath, li and 3 p. m.
Hkv. H. Kickh, l'astor.
IttiK Wll.l. 11A1T1ST 1IOMK MI8810N
AtlUATIl SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
iud Cedar Streets,
nulibatli School, ft a.m.
iwi khee wiLi. itAi'Tiar ciiuitcu
-( urry's Harracks
olecs, Sabbath 11 a.m.,3p.m. A "J p.m.
IlKV. Wu, Kkllky, l'ailor.
i T MI SU).'iAUV UA1TIHT CHURCH.
. 1'ir, between Ninth and Tenth KU.
t'rcai lib. habbatL, 10J a,m. and 7) p.m.
l -ycr Licctr Wi.diieday evnlxiy.
i fv.i ului;, I ;u7 evening,
-jbtntli School, li p.m. John VanUaxter
a i Mary Stephens, auperintendentn.
UlV. T. J. SIIOUKH, l'aitor.
k ONI) ISAl'TIST CHUHCII-Kourtoenth
streft, between Cedar and Walnut. The
ot.lv llaptiat church recognized by the Aa
kocUtinn. turvicci, Babbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Uvv. .uco.'i Hkiw.ky, IHder.
SKUHKT bilDEHS.
TI1K MASONS.
'O COMilANDKIlY, No. 13. Slated
As. 'ibly at the Ajiylum Maaonlc Hall, lint
rd ti..'ii .Ioi(Uy In each month.
i'KO COt'NCIL, No.W.-ltegularConvo-
i-a.i .) at Mitotic Hall, the tocond Friday
In etch month.
"AlliO ClIAlTKlt No. 71. HtKUlar Con-
vocation at Manonlc Hall, on the third
I ucrjay rl every month,
,AIItO 1.0I)(i-C. NO. M7 F. A A. M EetfU-
lr Cr iinunlcatlonn at Matonlc Ilall, the
i.-r d tnd fourth Monduya of each month.
THi: OUJJ.KELI.OWS.
'.J.I.XANIiKH LOUOE, !4 MeeU In Odd.
KcllonV Hall, In Arter'a bulldtnR. every
Tburnday cTtnliiK at 8 o'clock.
STATU Ol'KIUKKS.
C ovmiur John I.. lluvurldf;c
i.iiutcnii.Klovenior
-iTetry of State Oeort'o U. Harlow,
iiu lltorof SUte C. E. LIpplncott.
.it ito Treasurer Cu.per ltutz.
Attoniey (leiicral .Jarnc K. Edaall.
dupt. l'ubllc Inttmctlon Newtoa liateman
CONUHESaMEN.
h'enatnrv l'.icbtrd J. Oglcby and John A.
Hrprerintatlvo Eighteenth Ulttrict Uacc
MKiiUKllS GENEHAL ASaEMHI.Y.
epruulitatlve 111 tlic With dli'ttlct.-
' oil n il, Obvrly, Win. A. Lemma and Math
. J, In.curc.
senator for the Mtb dlntrlct. Jenie Ware.
COUNTY OFKlCKlta.
UIKCUIT COUHT.
Jud(,' 1). J. linker, of Alexander,
htalu'n Attorney 1'atrlck 11. l'ope.
t icrk II. S. Yocuin.
.SlierllT A. H. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Afneinor und Treaauror.
Surveyor John I'. Ilely.
COUNTY COUUT.
.JUdKe- F. lirow.
Aoclate-J. K. MuCrlte and S. Marnhll
Ijii. I 'lurV Jacob (I. Lynch.
Oinmer John II. Oohnman.
IIIH
FATHOM 17.K
HOME TBADB
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
orner Twelfth stroet and Waiulnaton A
J. C. HUELS.
(t.ate 0! tt. Loilln,).
l'KOl'KIKTOU
KOOK BINDER AND HLANK HOOK
MAH UFAUTUllKH
lll.ANIC 1IOOICS of every deaciltitlon done
vlth neatncuH and dlniiatoh. All kindH of
iltug done at nhort notice, lllliloi, Jlunlc,
n .tfuzlnoH ami I'otlodlealii bound noatani!
110 lowost pomlblp rated. ....
v y work. hIIcIi at ItooordM. Pocket
FITS CURED FREE.
Anv pcivoM MiiK-rliiK Irom thn nlmvo illi
to adili-ckiDu. l'lltOK. and
a trial bolllo ol incdlcimi will be forwartlod
by n.iru.s rillvtCI ,
'tie. 'rice In a icuiiliir uliyclciai), and liaa
Dviiliitlmtri'iitiiiciitnt
I'lTH 011 KI'IIiUl'SY
n study for years, and lie will warrant 1
euro, by tho wa of bin remedy.
Do not fall to tend to him tor trial bottle
t cost nothing, and ho
vii, i. tin 111: you.
no matter of ltnw long standing your cam
may bo. or how many otbei remedies may
bavo lulled. -
CllcUUirs una icsiimouiuia sent irau
KltlvE THIAIj 110TTLK.
Address CHAH. T. PRICE. ,
rutrilviillnn ontro, Bnllelln Bullitln(
WnthlnKlon Avonnft.
THUKSDAY, AUCiUST'JO, 1871,
THK CALL.
(I torn the H Louitlinie; J
Tho c.iuventlon calleJ by tho Umv
crutic 6tato Cntr.i1 Cummllto) if Illi
noli to moot ut SpringUold, Auguit
and againat "blcli only u fuvt malcoii
lent nro making wordy war, will ton.
iltt of H0 ib'legnln. A full repre'elila
tlon will doubtleli bo proionluJ, uod It
will In one of tho inoit impoilng Rath,
erlngi of tbo year. The call li nnt'
byucli Ujiii' jnti r.i J ,hn A k
nand, Thomat Howih, Olmlliii 11 i.i i
pbler nod John II. Uberly, by u.'b li i.
era! Ournunt ai A 0 Ileaiini;, llurin in
Katir and Herman I.tob, nnd by tu h
eminent l.iboml I'.eputillcant, who have
formally d'clarod and practlcrlly ox
protfud tbelr Ileal dotachtnont from
RadicnlUrn, r.i ox.Senator Doullttlo.
Tho untind DAinocratu of lllliioii, aided
ky iucIi ponorlul anxlllarlei, ouyht to
put forth a ticket that will carry tlia
lata liko & whirlwind.
A NAUUOW-UUAUK HAILltOAl).
(From tho HL IxjiiU Itcpiiblican.
Tba molt completo oxamplo of a nar
row.uace railroad in thli country li, we
beliave, tbo Denver and Hio Urande road,
in Colorado. The track it tbruo toet wide :
It runt from Denver almnit due toutb, not
far from the bam of tho Hocky mountalni,
aad with a full vlow of lomo of the itrand-
eit paakt and iiimmitt of tbo mtij!', It ft
an ambitious little road ; It propoiet to go
ahead toulhwardly till il fachu El l'ato,
on thn ilio urande, touiu ol Uanta re,
when it will branch iito two linei, ono go
ln(to tho city of Mexico, the other to
(Jtuymn, en tho Paclllc. It bat actually
born built to Puebla, in Colorado. 113
toilet louth of Denver, with a branch, 87
Millet Ioiir, to Labrun. Itti(roiiearningi
for 1873 wero : From paneni;ori, 1 1 f?0,-
633 j freight, fJOO.131 J other tource, rf 1 1,
'J; total, J392.C51. Tho eperalinic ex-
pantet wure $107,1.1, or leu than 00 per
cent.; tht net earning!, $1&U,V21. The
total coil of the road with lu equipment
(1.1 locomotivci, Vi paisonger nnd baggago
cart, 16'J freight cart and I1C coal cart.)
hat been $o,324,0(X). It capital ttock il
13,300,000, and itt lundod debt f 3,020,100,
thn latter hearing 7 per cent, interett. It
will be roon that itt net earning! fell a lit
tie abort laityearof paying itt inlerett,
but tblt not to unfavorable for n partially
built road In a now country. Thoro if lit
tlo doubt that when it reaches Sa.lta Fo It
will pty Its intcreit ami leavo tomethiug
OTer.
DEMOCFIATIC
Congressional Convention.
EKillTI'ENTII DI.STJtl CT.
A Democrntlc Contention, for the purpo'o
of nominating a candidate lor ('oiigrc in
t!il(tytli,) DUtrlct, - hereby called to meet
ut
ANNA, ON Tlll'IIMlAY, 'till: .'! 1)AV 01'
SkITSMIIKII, IsTI. AT 2 D'CUiCK I1. .M.
The ratio of repre.cntatloii will be one dele
BAle lor cai.li two hundred votci, and ono
for ivieli Ir.utiDii.il liny oto-, c:it lor Hon.
fl. W. Wall for Conrct", In li"-. '''ho
coiinllcit In the Di-trlct will bi-cn titled to
the following rcprcM iitatlon ;
(ouiitle. Voteii. Delegates
ltaiidoliib.
i.'.f.n.
17.
ivrrr. l.l...
a.
Wlllfamv.n, J , to. 7.
.la.'k.on, ,:VKU ('.
I0I..11, 1,71,
.lohn-on, f'r.
MaHc, 7!IS, 4.
rope. Ittl, ",
rilla.kl. 7o7, 4.
Alexander, 1,017, .
The DciiKM'ralle to. Committee In each
of Iheeountleitare respectfully reiUP-tcd to
call county convention'., and appoint delf
galea to reprt-ent llielreountle In eald eon-
wntlon.
Ily crderof Congrc-ional Coininlttee,
THOMAS WILSON, Jhairmai:.
rJT New-paper throughout tho District
will plcac publish the above call,
SCOVILLS
SYRUP.
All ciuanenut eruption! 011 the faco or
body indicate
AN IMPlMtK CONDITION OP
T11K lll.OOIJ,
and t'ii- may. or may not be seitorui. ; but
IneiilMi- mm tho dlhraMj it nothing more
Man an I.NMDiol'.s l'oisox that
lUMtNS LIKE X TKKKIUM? FlItK,
as lteourci throiigli the vcln, sowing seeds
ol Ueiltn Willi every puiiauon.
lu liU condition ol things eomethlng U
needed at once to clcnu tho u'.ooa aim
SGOVILL'S BLOOD AND
LIVER SYRUP
will poiltlvfly effect thin desideratum, ex-
iciuuLT uvery iiiiuu ui i,cncu jium uiu uiuiii,
allil svtinn, auu leaving 1110 smii
SOFT, l-'AIll AND UEAUTIFUL.
Hundreds of certificates attest It ;valuo.
rncu ?i per uouic.
.1011 N V. IlENlt Y, 0 UlUl.VN & CO.,
l'ropnotors,
8 ami fl College Place, Now York.
ALSO PROPRIETORS OK
Hall' llainam for thu Lungs Carbolic Halve,
laldv'H Carliollo Trocuou, uxygen
ated Itittern for Dyspepsia,
Dr.Mnti'nI.lvcrl'illM
Dr. ltoL'er's Wiretablo Worm
.Syrup, Dr. itennctt.s Hiiro Death to
Hats, Mice, and Vermin, llussla lliilr Dye,
nc, -i.iv;., ...v..
FOR SALE UY ALL DRUGGISTS.
08-7-!t0.4t.v.
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
IMPOETEE
lU'ctillor mill AVIiolealo Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUOKS AND WINES.
NO; M OHIO LUVKE,
CAIRO,
4a-7.2-tr
ILLS
ill .mill 1 , lil 11
Doit Bay
ITNTII, Vol) 1IIVK
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
OTJIl
ANtt
Ai wo bavo li! flOOIl ItEASOX.S
tboy wilt do your work,
why
QUICK AND EASY, 4
CHEAP AND CLEAN.
They aro cheap to buy,
Theyaro bett to uie,
Thoy bake evenly and quickly,
Tbelr operation liporfoct,
Thoy baye alway a geod draft,
Tboy are made of tho bett material,
Thoy roatt porfoctly,
They require - ut little fuel,
They are very low prlcod,
They are oatily managed,
They aro eulted to all localities,
Kvery itovo guar&nted to;jglva
Satiifactlon.
CO
o
us
oli nv
Excelsior Man'fg Co
NT. I.Ot.'IN, MO,
AND 1IY
V.W. HENDLUSOy. Culro. UN.
CV .Vd.Vwiin.
Stati: ok iixinoih, ?
Alexander County, j "
In tho Circuit court of Alexander tountv.
September Term, 1S71.
The Uowo Machine Company"
John It. Lowe nnd Amelia M. l.owe. hit
wife; William Martin: William R. Lane ;
Cleopatra llruwn and Dliphlcy llrown bcr
biisliaud.
Hill In Chancery to roreclo-c Mortzace
and lor Kcliel.
Notice It lierubv irlvcn of the tiendencr
ol the above entitled suit and that the time
and place of the return of tummona in the
case 1) the llrtt day or the next termor said
court to be holden at the court liou-o In the
city of Cairo, In bald county, on tbo llrnt
jionuay 01 sepiemner, ibh.
llKUllKN'S. YOCUM,
(llu.KN.'c (iil.ni:r.r, Utorkoftald Court.
.xollcitori. tor complainant.
'Jl-7-:'J-dl.w4t
3iasti:ii'.s.s
statk or Illinois, I s
Ai.K.VA.iii:i: cof.vi v. Is"
Alexiuder county Circuit court.
J Oil II 11. DUV1S
vs. 1 Illllfor
Asa Nix. Jacob AVINon. Koreclosure of
Holier! Itently and Thoiuis I Mortgage.
.1. watKius. j
I'UDllo notlco t. Iicrey an, tlint In mir-
siiance of a decree entered of record in the
al ve-enlltled cau;e. In said court, on tho
V;tli day ol June, A. D. 1ST I, I John (J.
iinrinin, maicr in cnaucery 01 tain county,
will, on TIiiiimIiv, the '.'ntli day August, A.
lli7l, ut the hour of 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day. sell it public vendue to the lushest
bidder tor cash, nt tbo front door of tho
court house, In the city ol Cairo, in -aid
co my anil state, the following described
real vlie, in-wii; 1 lit; c.i-i nail 01 me
northeat quarter, tie northeast quarter of
tho soiltlnvt'.t quarter, and the northwest
quarter of the southeast quarter, all In sec
lion twenty-two (ai), township Miventepii
(HI, souin 01 rango iwo wm 01 uv
third pilncipal meridian, In tho county of
Alexander and Mtvto of JIlliioN, togoihcr
with all and slui'iii.ir the teneincnta aud he-
redltimenM tbcr.'untn belonging.
Cairo. Illinois, Julys.'). 'Bit.
.IOJIN ). 11AUMAN.
S. T. WIIKi:i,i:i!. Master In Chancery.
Solleltiir for ComiiKlnant. .'W-,.g.w4t
M.sri:ifs sali:.
8tati: op Illinois, 1 ,
Ai.kxa.miku County, j '
Alexander county circuit court.
Severe Marchildon
v.
1UII to
l'urcclo-e
Mortgage.
Jasper Cully. Eugenie Cully,
auu i cm r . iioiierit 1.0.
I'nbllu imtlia I. hcrebv irlvcn. that, in
pursuance nl a decree entered of record in
tho above-entitled cauee, in said court, on
the ioth day ol May, A. D. 1874. I, John J.
Ilarman, master In chancery ol said county,
will,
On I'llilay, the 14th Dny of August,
A. D. IS. 4,
at tho hour ol 'i o clock p. m. or
said liv. sell, at nubile vendue, to
the highest bidder for cash, nt the front
doorol tho court house, lu tho city of Cairo,
In Mid coiintv and state, t ho loiiowinu-iie
scribed real estate, to-wlt: Lou numbered
clL-lit (hi aud nine (!n lu block number one
(1), in Jamet D. Drown' addition to the
town l ilieuet; niso, iom iiuinuereu odu
(1), two (2). three (.'O. four (1), tivo It), fix
(111. seven (7) unU elirlit H . in kiock two ri)
In IIihIl'i's .t, Co.'f, adilltlon to the town ol
Thebes; all In tho county ol Alexander,
state of Illinois, together with all ami slngu
tar the tenements and hereditaments there
unto boloiiL-lii''.
CAUIO, U.I.H., .Illly 'I':, 1Hi4. wwvu
John O IlAllMAN.
S. 1'. WiiniiLBK Maiterln Chancery,
&ollclltor complainant.
notici:.
81AT1! OV ILLINOIH, 7 ua
COUNTVOKALIlXANllElt. ( ""'
in ilio Circuit Court of Alexander county
September term, A, D. 1874.
Itenjamlii boutlmnl
vs.
Kame Manufacturing Company. L'lljali
W. Morgan. laia il, lorgan, ciiae i-,
I'.irnms. Wilfred Karnes. Jamca H. Dean. B,
Staat8'l'nloriind lMwIn l'arsont, Trustees
of the ratro wuy l-rojiony company, J raiih'
tin 1.. Parker. Jamex Kllis, Hattlo C. Eauies
Mnmnnrr Mavi c u anil iv am :. lirnwn
(linn of M. Maytleld nl Co.) and William
Siorcr. ....
I'ctltlou loraiocnaiiiii-H won.
Ailldavlt of the non-reildeneoof Klllab W
MorL'im. Jameu II. Dean, Ddwiu l'arsons,
rranklin I.. 1'arkor, Jameu Ellis, MannliiK
Maylleld aud Willjaiu Storer. nbovo named
defendants, having been tiled In ollleo of the
clerk of said court, notice U therefor hereby
.riven in vnu i l l sain r. mn v. .iinrL.nn.
JmtieK II. Dean. IMvrln 1'areoun. Franklin L
nrker. .liinu . i.uis. mnnilluir jlavnolil and
William Storcr, that tho complainant llled
his petition lor a mecli.'inli'.'.s Hen lu
said coin I on mo inirii iiayoi June, A. 1).
i imt.I. and that thcreunnii n summons Issued
out ol said court returnable on the first Mon
day in the mouth ol tjoptcmhor iaxt an in
toulredby law.
Now, unless jou hli.-ilt personally bo and
appear before said court on tho Unit day o
Ilio r.oxi (sepieuinei) lenu iiiereoi io uu
holden III the city ol Cairo In said county on
tho llrsl .Monday In Moptcmber uoxt, aud
plead, answer, or demur to tliu petition o
I complainant, the tstnqiitul tho matters aud
tilings inereiu cnargen nnii siaieu iu no
taken n confcsied and.n deereo entered
against you according to tiuvprayer or nid
netltloner. It. 6. YliCUM,
1 (iKoniiic FiaiiKit, 1 ,(,. Clerk.
B. WiiKKLUH, ' ;
Cairo, Illinois, June Utb, 1371
77-0-21-wlt
.0 "uA
Nwpipcr ftdvcrtllng li now recognized,
by buslueM men baring faith In their nwti
waret, at the most effective meins forte
curing for tbelr goodti wide recognition
of their merit.
r j- , rr
Newvpaper advertltlnz Impel Inquiry, and
when the article offered it of good qua.lt j,
and at a fair price, tba natural result I, in
created talet.
Newtpaper adrertiiiug it a permanent addi
tion t tha reputation of the good adver
tised, became It Is a permanent Influeence
always at work in their lnterc.t.
Newspaper advertt.lur promo ttt trade, for
even the dullett ttinea advextltera secure
by far tho Urgent share of what It belnj?
done.
i1' .
tt-..
.a' v
Newspaper advertising the most energetic
and vigilant or Hisamen; addressing tnou
nandt each day, alway la the advertiser's
Interest, and ceateleasly at work seekiBR
customers from all cJutst.
A
o i'rr.on rnn liiliellir.c II liter. arror.l.
Inc to illreclluna, nnd iriiialn long unwell, pro
. I'lvJ their lioiict ate not irtrojs. I jr inincrjl
lolmn orr.tlier Incuin, aiut vital oriant waiicu
tcji.iiil point Utcpalr
prilii or Intllgr.iloti, nta.tactie. Tain
III Hie MigiilUct.. Cough., Tlglilnc ol tlic Cli. -t,
iMiiMM, "!Oiir Krik'latlontof the Htomach. l!ui
l.is In llin Mi.nth, unions Altuctt, Palpitation
nl the lleHrt. Inrlainniatlon nf the l.nnc". rain In
the rrnton of the Khlnrjs, ami a hnmlrrd oll.rr
lulliful sjinrt0!"''. re t'ic orprlns of lijsprn.
one IkiIIIo proo a better itnarauiee o(
it merit tlun a Isncthy mlvcrllsciiicnt.
I'or frtnnlr Coiiipliiliil., In jocn? or old.
iiLitrlcil or single, at the o.wtii urouiuutiliuu.1, ur
Ihr turn of life, tlitso ' utile Hitters il...iy mi ic.
Mel uu lutliiitiic mat liiiirovciiicut U suuii ln.r
ceellliu. I'ar liinnnimiilnry nli.l 'l.tmilr ltl.ru.
niiiil.i.i una (lout, laiiuiin, Hcmllicnl aii.l Inter
mittent I'ncrv lH-i'n.fs nftlio r.liHVl. I.itrr, KM
hers anil lilu.Iiler, tliewi llltlein Ii.imi nn euuaL
xicli liiscascs arc cniiseit lir VIM.itc.l IHihi.1.
't'l.rr nrr n s'titlr l'niUMll.e u. trrll nft
i Tonic, wsc.Uns tliu merit of oiling u x
lrerfnl orcnt In rellcvlnir i'oiiieiini ur in.
n.immttkin of Hie Utcr huI Visceral Organs, and
in iiiiiuii iri.ea.cii.
Far Mbin IX.ru.r.. Knipllnnn. Tetter. Halt
ItllCIIIII, Illutclics, hpul, I'llllplK. I'.iitulc., lion-.
Carbuncle. Itlnir-norni.. :cabl Head, ore Kirn,
Krflrwto. Iich.ciirn. liiM'olorailun.nrilieHkin,
Hnrnornnit iIscflse.orthr.SkiiM,rHfiiifetpr,iiiiMn
or nature, are literally ilnr up ami rnrrleil nut or
I Me system lu a Hunt tunc by tlic u-c of tiimo
luiirrn.
irlrrul Ttioii.nii.l. prnrl.ilm ViN'rntn
JiTtrna the mnt wenilerful Inlgorant that eer
ILStalnnl the mnkliiff .tstrni.
it. H.niciinMAi.D A' in.
Dtugfisi. ami dsn. AkI., ban Kr.incl.ro, Cal A
lor. t WashloBton and Charlton Ht., N. Y.
SOLD 1IY ALL HHLT.U1ST3 It UtlALEIUk
Prospcctan Tor 1874 hKYESTH TEAR
THE ALDINE.
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
uuuiicu io no tue uanuiomesi penou
leal In the World. Aroprcseiiutlve
and champion of American tattr .
Hr roRhALZ ix xloox ot. ews Stoke
Tho Aldlne. while issued with all the ret-.
illarity, hat nono of tbo temporary or timo
ly Interest characterlntlo or ordinary peri
odical'. It la an elegant mltccllany of pure
light and graceful literature; and a collec
tion oi plcturot, tho rareit specimen of nr.
time DKiii, in biacK ana wmtc. Allhougti
each succeeding number allorth a fiesh
pleoturo to Us friends, tho real valuo ana
beauty of The Aldlne will be most appreci
ated after it has been bound up at tho close
of the year. While other publication!) may
claim superior cheapness, as compared with
rivals ot a similar class, tbo Aldlno Is an un
ique and original conception alono and un
approached absolutely without concept' "
in price or character.
AUT DKl'AKTHKNT. 1874.!
The llluitratloni of tho Aldlne havb
a world.wldo reputation, and in the art cen
tre! of Kuropo it la an admitted fact that
Its wood cuts aro examples of tho hlgbost
perfection ever attained. The commot
prejudice in favorJ' "itcel plates," la rap
Idly yielding to a .. i educated and dis
criminating taste which recognlzoa tho ad
vantages the advantages of superior artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
The quarterly tinted plates for 1871 will be
bv Thos. Moran and J. D. Woodward.
Tho Cbrlsimis Mue for 1871 "III contain
special designs appropriate to tho season,
by our best iiWlstk, and will surpass in at
tractions any 61 It predecessors.
PREMIUMS FOK 1874.
Evcrv subscriber to tho Alume tor tu
year lbTi will recolvo a pair of chromoa
'ri.c nmrtn.l ti 1 1 1. . . . w.iu n.lnl.il In rll n
tho nublishcni of tho Aldlne. bv Thoma
Morau, whoso great olorado pictures aud
purchased by couirress for ten thoiiand
dollurs. Tho subjects were chosen to rep
resent ten thousand dollars. Tho subjects
wero chosen to represent "Tho Kast" hiiu
"l lie west." uno is a view in mo '.viiite
Mountain", New Hampshire; the other
gives the CUU's of Urcou river, Wyoming
territory. The chromoa arc each worked
Irom thirty distinct plates, and are In size
l('ixlC) and appearance exact tac-slmlles ol
the originals.
NWAltlc. N. J., Sept. 'JO. 1S71.
Messrs. James sutton cz to. .
OENTLKMK.V I am delighted with the
proofs In color ol your curouio. They aro
woudcrlully sttcccmtul representations by
mechanic! process or Hie origlnalnaintlngs.
Very respeclfully. Thou. Mokan.
These chromoa uro In evory sone Ameri
can, They am liy an orlual American pro
cess, with material ol American manufac
ture, irom uo-igns ot American sconery uy
an American painter, aud presented to sub
scribers to tho tlrst successful American
Art Journal. It no better because ot all
tbls, they will certainly posacts an lntorcst
no foreign production can inspire, and net
ther are they any tliu worse ft by reason ol
peculiar facilities of production tboy cost
the publishers only a trifle, whllo equal lu
evory respect toother chromos that are sold
singly for doubb the subscription price ol
the Aldlno.
If any subscriber should indicate a pre
fere nee for a tlguro subject, tho pabllshers
will send "Thoughts ol Homo" a new uu
beatlful chromo, 14x20 inches, representing
a littlo Italian exile whoso speaking eyes
betray tho Ionzli)2 ol Ills heart.
i par annum, In advanco, with Oil Chro
mos free.
For $50 cents xxtiu, tho chromos,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by lutiil.
The Aldlno will, berealtcr, bo obtainable
only by subscription. There will no be re
ducedor club rate; cash for subscriptions
must bo sent to the publishers direct, or
handed to the local 'canvasser, without re
spouslblllty to tho publishers, except in
cases where the ccrtlncato Is given, bearing
the faciinllo signature oi James button A Co,
CANVASSERS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser will receive lull and
prompt Information by applying to
Jamxh Button
ers.
68 Muldon La no
Nnw York
PINEMlLLINEin
KltKSH Sl'HINU (SOODS.
M'JIB. M . JACKSON.
(Formerly Mrs. Swandors.)
announces. that tho has rust opened a largo
atsorunent at ma
NEWEST,
MOBT KAHUIONAtli
ANUUANDSOilK'U
Millinery Ueods to be 'ouu
in tho mniuel
Hli Will Keep ou uauu
mm IlQMNKTB. ytOWKKI, KlllBOKS,
L Uihsb TiUMiwaa or Alu-Kindb,
JjADIIS H U8NIBIUNU uouwi, Huiwrij
OOIIAM, UNDXR8tKSVS, RBTrs,
And all Roods found In millinery tores, at
ol whlcu wW be dlsposod ot ot tho lowos.
cash prices, Mrs. Jackson rospodlully
asks a continuation of tho pataonage wtilcli
ku bsen so liberally bestsowed upon her Ly
the ladle or Cairo and tbo vlclmtr.
A If IBM!
wiiiii in Mm arjaa-ABa
SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
w?mmm
SuiiIIlD SewiM littiii
THE BESTiHTHEWORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio Stie -Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. IniK'.tute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair;
A Nil
Georgia State Fair ;
FOB CE1NC
Ik Best fete
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
27" For Hamming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Draicling, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, il '?
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we vill dclivec a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sewing
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 Seiii Machine Co.,
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
1.S.WYK11H.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTUHNKY Si COUNSELOR AT UW
CAlltU, ILLINOIS.
Oftllcc Over Kitst national Hank. S.15-3tu
.John 11. Jlulkey. William (J. .Mtilkoy.
MULKEY &. SON,
, i:KYS AT LAW
a i-o. iijXia.
or.ir. ...u.iti ktrcct, liotwocn Coinmer.
c:n i.i. i iliniJtoti nvciuies. o-H-tr.
.: h GILBERT,
iv. '. UliHYS
vX,UNSKLOHS AT LAW,
Wlllt.unH.dreili. .,,
Willlain it uii'il, CAIRO, ILLS.
MllMl' vlloClt.
HSrSnccial intention tjlven to Admiralty
una BiuauiDom uussincss.
Ofllce j Ohio Levee, Uooiiih 7 and 8 0Y0
City ruuionai h-'k.
A NEW IMPROVED
i sn it
AW.UItiJLB
The "Modal for Progress,.??
At Vlcnn,11878.
To ltlt'hett Order ot;.Mdli AwariYa
at the hxpoltloii.
NOSKWINn MACI1INK 7tECE - UD A
HIGH Kit 1'KIZE.
A mVHOODItKASOXS:
1. A New Invention thoroughly tested
and H'curcd hy Jitter Patent.
2. .tUkoai i'eiikicct Lock Stitch. allk
on lioth flileii, on all klndsol goods.
a. Huns I.Wht, Smooth, Sol.ielcss, and
Itnpiil best combination of qualities.
4 Durante lltins tor years without re.
pidrs.
1 u.?:TY,'m.,1 M varltlcsof Work and Fancy
SlUisliliiK n n Hui.rir manner.
0 la most eaVnW m&niRed li the 6pr
I tor lHinth of witch may be ivIUtaiI -wbtle
I ninnli-.f, and machine can be tnrnad&d Mlttl-
oui vaKi'inx lorcau vurougn notes.
" Uc'Ikh Mlrnnle. liiKcnlotts, Elegant,
form In; tho stitch wiUiotit tho uso of Co's
Wheel (leurs, Kotary Cams or Lever Anns.
Has tno Automatic Drop Feed, which in
Mires uniform length nrstltcli atanyspeeed
lioiirnoiv Thro-id C'ontrollor, which fol-
Id Iff ..ftvt mni.ii.au, . ...... 1 1 . n....
. . ..........(j,, ... HVDUIVUill VUJIII
prevents injurj. fo thread.
K I 'll n 1.1 T-l I ( f f lM TrK. . fl.rnlnl .1 jfa.
. . ...wo . " ' I'll.. ..111. UJJ.
Iali.nl llljtn.niirjAliitn.4 l.w .1. . -1.1
..ui... ..iilii..uiiini.iMii;iti; ujo mug, .M.
fill nil I experienced inarhaiilcs. at the cele
brated ItK.MI.VdTOS' AIIMORY, ll,10.V,iN4 V.
UiIcbko Ulllce, 'J37!itato Street.
i' 4 111
YULOxVN IllOK WORK
COMMUHCLVL AVENUE,
om.MTi;
nisrji STHIIKT.
JO UN r.'.RENNIE, IV i.
FOUNDRY,
MACIIIInE S'HO'P
Fouuks a:.d I'irz Fittino,
NTK.VSI n.Vlf 15 M, IM NTlMItnUAl
wa.c ia:x3sr3S,-ir
jiantiiacturca an.; ruiiren.
Miccliil utteullon .riven to Unlit nnd hcavv
forKlnx, tintiso, bridge, rallrond and J:ill work
and all work of u nlmll ir chrctur.
Steam nnd gat Uttlui( lu all lu liranclieo.
A full assortment of Morris, TaiVer A Cd'
Vhllado'.phla pipe aud Utllugu. Brnsi goods
etc.. ana i? hh tixturea awna on hand.
VU'ISO Ur LIOUSB f UK QAM
MA.UU X hriCt.Vt.TV.
Agent for Cimcron epcctal steam pumc
uud lioller lbedor. Tr.tt-.urst nuoutaotuxed.
Coil's patent, syplipn, pum;s, nnd JUdbOn'i
patout governor nnd Bovernsr valve.
Tho lollovltj' engines, etc., for mlo :
Two stoainliniiteoFln.', Jwioiati fjorbof
eylliider; five foot stroke, umTifgoodordei.
One vte.imh'i'it "lull nnd raiikj tvrot Iron
Ono en?lno for hohtlnjr fret;ht; 7J.X10.
One lo.ViO saw mill online, with shalt and
crunk lor imily or kuiik saw, second hand.
One new 7X11! cntflno; uy ovrn manufao
ture.
Also, u Komud'hand stave cutting aa
chlno and Jointer, mid wRrchouso' hoisting
inauhlnc, In ood order.
Knlnes and machinery of all kinds bought
and sold.
ICE. ICE. ICE.
THOMAS SPROAT & SON
V'.iilu4ili ii Hl.Uot.illJJ.i.ilori In
-4- Sf-
l'Unii.LAlCBltOE,
Culro, Illinois;' and Columbus, Kontucky.
Calm ollleo itt 'lliilen'tV; Wilson', corner
Twelfth uroet ati'J, Ohio loveq.
Wo Will run au Icj w.ion thru ii?hou t
I'.ivui, ill-1 Vdtf nr pure 1 .Uo Ice in any
I th elt' at tttu lowfitiiurket price, it
olll .i'S'i lilriilih Our l'rl uu I butt-iilo thn it
with IcV Oi- thoVako or uar loul, paeked
wiv dust, lur chlpiii 'iit to any dNtanco.
r-Vitl-tf
l'LVt'K no. 1.
I'ttfCK NO. a.
tiii: xinv cinitwos-ritoji "yil-
L.UUl'S FAMOUS lAUTI503.
Thc.q L'iesant Cliromoa !ir.byiiit'lUa wt
expresMVo plcluriM uver t'lven to tho jiub
lU',hvlUilullof.)iumoraiid"l,luck" ,t9 tho
Uit, extent. SUellihyS'J lnlhi'i-, lnmntt-u
upon c.mvai nnd strainers. Vrloo $It)iho
pair. Ki'iid orders to tho publl.hcr, J. K.
UyDi:n,,i:UI superior street, Cleveland, O.
0!-n-o.d2.'ini-w;im '
; r-i M
it Minuiprt
Corpergtute Ht.
ClItCAOO.
Thtir.a't XrnotmeJ Sateialut ' fAtfi,lf
irtaimt,itirrj:rATX', cunoxw and UBZ.
,V.ll" ifc.l v. i't'Jf.V.li WXAKXESa.
111. rut Utulr JllsUtHM wM.-epnmiat
rKftvcfssms.rwri.ja os 'iins facv, jlVAsIohto
Euciirv. .m-iCtn fctcr.T. lorij or tsuow
Htxiiouo res:. -.Emir md. ton csSiif or
XID1CAI. I ITSB tttlCf . Illull lpi ti.U MfB.lao,
tirUlilcf toBV'"'7.,,lir,',, tv TIH1
luiutriUifc TUtr wtiir., c.u. 4 tfc rrto. to
MlU.fl'af.tWiuitcloyv .atl. tv((il(utKUall,
tn4UM r 4.U. tut ltw Umt Dm 4tf.
Ii)t. ik ,4ti .wWi rrtn.U .r.ruit.ii, urJ, atus
SU,'". Curat Qunatntil.' Kltitsut4S4. "
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