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The Mfth art o( Spiritualism, which
Mens to get bounced 6n all tides, keeps
up Its fkntMt)cdii(-c nil over tho United
States. Some of its vagaries nrtt, strik
ingly original, andjitm'osl lcyoiid tho
reach of tho" most nccompllihft iiecro
In Greenville, 51 o, three young ladle?,
Miss Laura Willis, Miss Dora Chappcl,
and Miss FiiBtc Mitchell, were arraigned
before a Justice of the peace to answer lo
the chartfo of burning ti BcliooMiouse.
Tueit ctsca were Edit before tho October
term of the Circuit Court, where Mlsa
Taura Wlhfyleaded Ruilrr, and was ion
tenccd to two hours In tho county full.
Miss Dora Chappcl turned State's evi
dence. Miss Fuunie Mitchell dchlcd the
charge and her case was continued until
the next term of tho Circuit Court. Tlicsc
young ladies arc between the nges of
fourteen and fifteen.
The ntuburg Oaicttc Bays that the
Democrats of Mississippi, made cray by
their late.auccessea. willprcjent Jefferson
Darls to the lesislnturc of that State for
the position 'of Uhi&l States Senator.
Surely the editors of the Gazelle are cither
gnat liars, or they have failed to keep
track of their enemy. When Republi
can journals.liurf lies and Insults at the
fallen Southerner, particularly when lo
allties are involved to make tho Insults
and lies plausible, It would first be within
the bounds of method and common reuse
for them to know in what portion of the
United States Jefferson Davis lives and
claims citizenship. Mr. Davis is a citi
zen of Memphis, Tennessee, where holms
resided for years.
Lists of patents Issued to Inventors of
Illinois lor the week ending November 3,
1870, aim each dated October 10. 1875.
Furnished this paper by Cox & Cox, So
licitors of Patents, Washington, D. G. :
Combination lock, F. Chapman, Mc
Lansborough ; wire fence barb, L. De
vorc, Yellow Creek; air pump, J. Ellis,
Peoria; windmill, J. Armlstou, Geuesto,
E. Scffer, Er'; curtain fixtures. Ul'os
pesite, Chicaso; harvester rake, .!.
Barnes, Rockford; Tcittllatlng cap, L.
Belts, Chicago; base-burning stove. I,.
Bctts, Chicago ; hose coupling, W. Cas
well, Chicago; platform scales, A. lies?,
Chicago ; Ure-tigliteuer, J. Mark, Sum
ner ; windmill power, Y. Short, Tallula;
coff. roaster, F. Thomas, Bioomliijrton.
Ou Thursday, November 20th, tho peo
ple or the United States nro expected to
enjoy their thanksgiving turkey, and say
tueir prayers In favor of an administra
tion that has not benefitted the country,
and Is very obnoxlou to both the JJouV
Don and the Conservative Democrats. Wo
will enjoy the turkey with a relish, and
skip tho prayers for the perpetuation of
an administration that feeds its princi
pal torch-bearers on the illicit returns
from fraudulent nnd disgraceful trans
actions. We may say a few prayers for
tho perpetuation of our form of govern
ment, for the freedom of struggling little
Cuba, for the formation of a powerful
Central American republic, and the pros
perity of Mexico under its present who
nucr; but prayers and hymns in lauda
tion of Grautlstn.and Its attendant evils,
Is not our forje.
Moncuro D. Conway lectured in Chi
cago on last Sunday, his 'subject being
"The Devil." During his lecture ho said
that the present derll llrot originated In
Persia, where the philosophers believed
the universe to ue.dlyided into .two hos
tile camps by a strong wall, one camp
being in tho possession of God and tho
other In the hands of the devil. He said :
"Once invented, tho devil made rapid
stride?. He could not bo laid. It relieved
the Deity of all that wa3 bad in nature,
and It gave man an excuse for
his misdeeds. In tho latter point
uf view, the devil might bo
considered a remarkable success.
In the boo of Job thcro was not ono
word of evil against the moral charac
ter of tho devil. He 1st always mentioned
with great respect, and ir any lawyers
that were present would excuse him bp
might say that tho devil figured In w.
Old Testament ns a kind of prosecuting
attorney." This lecture was received
with laughter and applause. Theclosing
portion of his lecture went to prove that
there was no personal devil, and that all
men who worked faltlilully to seryo their
kind would surely reap a rcwaid, no
matter how many demons stood Uaweeii
them and eternity. Common sense and
science are doing ttrange work in this
world. i, .:
A WMAi.iiuft hT;sokt.
The whaler Onward arrived recently iu
San Francisco from tlic Arctic ocean, via
ilehring straits. Tho commander stated
that he experienced very warm weather
in the far northern latitudes, the sea be
ing free from Ice, and "whales ''farther
east than ever berore, almost reaching
the mouth of the Mackenzie river." This
latter point alluded to Is In latitude 08
deg. 45 tain., longitudo 133 deg. west,
and 12 de-'. southward of tho latltu i- ni'
the cold pole of tho American continent.
The New York Herald says: "If the
sun s neat alone governed the Arctic tem
peratures thcro would bo a regularly
graduated scale of -wlatlou for these lat
itudes throughout tho year, iliit the c.v
istenco ten degrees to tho southward of
tho terrettrial pole. of two distinct poles
of cold, one north ol the .centra of the
American, and tho other of tho Ailatlc
continent, shows that there It au luflii.
.pace exercised on polar temperature hi.
depeutkMt ejfthat or the sun. Tho infer.
cncestO'N Umwh frotaiUils fact favor
the theory of Hw existence of an open po
lar jw during HwArctlc summer."
HIM, URAXT 1I IMPEACHED?
i-fSlilCc the arrest of McDonald, Grant's
Intimate friend, mid the Indictment of
Mclvec, proprietor ot the Oleic Democrat,
the question tirl.'es beforo the pttbllu
optics r "Did the President of tho United
States know of these St. Louis whisky
frauds?" The gram! Jury is tald to have
presented United States Marshal New
comb, Orvlllc Grant, Caoy nnd other
promlncut Republicans who have been
loungluj around the Presidential throne,
and bee jmlng rich In, n. mysterious man
ner. . It tho President does not show n
clw reconffwemay Iicarofula speedy
retirement with a recommenda
tion from n disgusted people
to bo honest and happy,
lie has grown rich very rich,
since the untitle of power fell upon
his shoulder, nml thclboiianza whence lie
gains bis supplies of 111 thy lucre has been
searched for in vain by those who aro
prone to cvamino Itito tfic allalrx of
other people. JIas the bonanza (lie vul
gar rcent ot whisky about It the aroma
that causes tho drunkird to shudder, and
yet whets his appetite? Wo would not
like to sec all tite honor; of tho hero of
lite war stripped from lib person and'
ruthlessly tumbled Into a whisky bar
rel. " '
WILL NOT HOW AT till'. J1I-
And now tite men of God aro going to
examine Into the recent H;eeher scandal
to that they may be able to report to tin
Congregational n-sociatlon advices aa to
the fitness ot the eloquent but lecherous
divine to associate with them in thrlr
spotless purity. The following I'entle-
uiou have been invested with (ho
powers that usually hedgo in reverend
committeemen: liev. Win. Tavlnr. of
the Itroadway Tabernacle, New Yoik;
Ilev. Dr. Win. Ives IJiiddlngton, of Clin
ton Avenue Church, Itrooklytt; Rev.
Professors Parsons nnd Martin, of the
New York Theological Seminary, and
Rev. Ciiarlcs II. Everest, of the Church
of the Puritans, Brooklyn. Rets arc
freely otlcrcd, with but few takers, that
this committee will semi Ueceher to
grass. What a Rhost to Upecher
It will not down at hU hid
ding, and before a cycle of the yearly
months lie will be down on his knees an
earnest public penitent. The people
always have their verdict, let llio sairo
juugo Uccldo law points n he ulc.-ucj.
and the sworn men of the jury proclaim.
for good or had, the result of their pro-
lotiuu deliberations in bugle tones. And
the people were not slow in savln.tr tlicv
believed that Ilcecher was guilty ot tak
ing advantage of his position n? a minis
ter of the church to violate tho sanctitv
oi a peaceful Homo. And tho people
iiemaiHieii mat lie should receive a nun
Isliment commensurate with the position
no occupied ami the crlmo lie had com
mitted, ltccclicr mado u powerful light.
And now conies tho return wave, nnd
nine win mow that tlio minister who let
Ills animal nature consume tiio piety in
ills heart, and run away with his brains.
win not no able to keep tils nervous grip
upon cuasio society, ami will receive a
startling and grotesque fall from the
(loiiotlitl pedestal of honor ho now occit
Till: I'OMTICAI, uoxi:.
Now that the Democrats are iu the sit-
premuey In Mississippi the political bono
has made Its appearance anion-' the vic
tors, and the wrangling and contention
will soon commence. Tlio bone snoken
of is the United States Senate. All the
campaigners nro coming to the front, and
the end will show that the first to be put
tor.vani will surely bo thrust aside for a
patriotic compromise gentleman now
snugly ensconsed in the background. The
lirst party led to the slaughter, and "who
has so ably and prudently conducted the
campaign as chairman of the executive
committee," is General J. Z. George. He
"has become very much endeared to' tho
people of Mississippi" by ids faith
nil and earnest work during tho turmoil
and bustle of the lalo campaign, and has
therefore been Introduced to tho bono far
ahead of time, and according to -an old
precedent and custom, will be set aside
for a compromise candidate. We do not
doubt that General George is worthy of
tho high position ol United States Sena
tor, but tho bono will entice other men
who nre worthy or It, ami who want it.
The people of Mississippi are now fi ee.po
lltlcaily, and should guard well their now
seeming permanent encampment, which
may end iu a bivouac for a night. The
Democrats of Tennessee, through the
acts of a Republican apostate, Center,
''hied supremacy iu that State by mak
ing Center its chief executive. Un
bounded, enthu'.lasm prevailed, and the
Democrats embraced each other In their
joy. Hut the bono was Instantly thrust
into the peaceful and Jubilant camp, and
the commotion commenced. Frank
Cheathani, a very ordinary man except
In courage and physical strength, was
pitted, by bucli men as hliaui G. Harris,
against the people's favorite, Andrew
Johnson, for Congress. Forty thousand
Independents principally working men,
voted for .Johnson, the balnnco of tho
Democratic party lor Cheatham, ami
Horace Maynard secured the olllee while
tlio Democratic leaders were fighting and
wasting the strength I hey were intrusted
witii by the men of the ranks. Jet the
readers of thoiluu.ini.v watch the stride
of events In Mississippi, and ttuless tho
Democratic lea'ders arc endowed" with
great force of character mid Keif sacrifice,
they will witness a repetition or tho io
litlcal history of Tennessee.
iivmrsTi.v mi:a.n it.
If tho editor of tliu Qulney Herald wcro
mado chief hangman for tho Democratic
party, and pursuu the calling among the
leading Republicans, Unit portion of tho
government which lies fcoutli of a line
called Mat on and Dixon's, and which
had for Its main object a division of one
people, would enter a new era, and ship-
wore cotton. than all tho mills of Europe
could conveniently consume. Asa hang
nan, wo should Infer from the strength
and loree of the following language, he
would 1W a access : "Tlio Jacksonville
,'W'ir' thai many noted Democratic
politicians in New Orleans desirvo to be
hung. If politicians got what tltey . de
served the Republican party of tho coun
try would bo lea without leaders nnd the
stor!, of hump would duubttuM bo ex
hausted. Tliu Journal, which blindly
tupports every Republlcon politician, Is'
n pretty sliest to talk about hanging
Democrats." That somo ot the
leading Republicans of the South deserve
hanging, for positive crimes of n capital
nature, no reasonable person will deny ;
and that the mnjoilty of them liettld be
doing service in State penitentiaries, in
placo of their innocent colored dupes, has
generally been conceded by tho legal
fraternity and (lie best citlzein of the
South. The prisons of the South me
crowded with nrgroes who neglected
tli:lr work In tlio llelds during election
times to follow false matters, became vag
abonds, and then, to stop the cravings of
hunger, thieves. Places should be
changed. The colored tollers ol tliu Re
publican party who can trace their
gloomy situations to tho designing lead
ers in the South, should bo let out upon
the field.', and tlio white-faced, glittering
thieves and frauds, who are not self-sustaining
ouliUie of administration favor,
put iu their place to bo taught useful
tmdi!j and good maiinerr,
JR MtAIlIU'S OIUSIO.VN.
Ira Shafer, chairman of the anti-Tam-many
parly, New York, was asked to
what lie attributed tho result of their re
cent victory, ilo replied :
"That is a question that will bear a
Krcat many answers. Much Is due to
.Mr. Morrh'-ey, a man who never hot,
who never stole, and who uIllgoKi
Albany as much as nnvthing eNr to
knock out of time lieimbllcan hcnalr
who may want to steal. Rlxhy also did
a great deal toward the rcMilt! and v .11
will Hud when Ulxhygoes to Albaur that
ho is another man who cannot be inilueed
to forfeit his trim. It you will look til
my speech you will find I claimed 20,000
to JiO.OlH) majority. This we havo got.
At the same time money was
used against us. In Mime ot our
districts weak-kneed aiitl-Tamnianv
men received money and sold ail
thu boxes. You will see by tlio vote for
diuigc j.oew now mis aitected one or the
candidates of the people, t I? well for
Wlcl.liam and his followers that he did
not succeed by the use of money Iu de
feating the people, i never saw men so
earnest as at our meetings, so resolute,
to bold ; and I believe that ir this tidal
wave had been checked by any corrupt
means these men would have been hanged
on the lampposts. Tho lesson of the de
feat Is that Judges mma ndmiuMer jus
tice Impartially and without malice, nnd
that we shall have triluimilK in itit'nv
judges wno betray the people.
Mr. Shafer said that Tihkn showed
wisdom hi keeplmr out of tliu light, but
that It came to him rather iate iu the cau-
J tie (jueoii of Holland U reported
-The now postmaster at Vlek'sburg is
Joint I!. Raymond, vice H. It. Peabe
-William K. Murray shot and killed
Joel Woodrum. his brother-in-law. in
One paper iu IlliuoU gives lleveridgc
credit lor ordering out the militia In Chi
cago, during election day.
-The Senlau militia, In tho city of
Meigradc, has been called out and are
now en route to the frontier.
Dan Vooihets will defend William
MoKec of the St. Louis Qlole-Demoerat,
and Colonel Magulre, who were recently
mulcted for whisky ring frauds.
Tlio St. I.ouls hyphenated newspa
per says : "Ever since the Ohio election
the Cotirier-JouriKil has been heading a
campaign against gambling. Did it lose
any bets on Allen ?"
Tho Vatican insists upon the enforce
ment of the concordat with Spain, and,
declaring that tlio civil war is tlio result
of religious toleration, demands an eccle
siastical trial for the captured Itiahop of
Sco do Urgel, V
Tlio number ol plays on the fciiblcct
of tho American Revolution submitted
for examination is sixty-eight, seveial
being ot remarkable merit. Tlic prize,
however, will not be awarded before De
At Delavnn, Illinois, a mob hanged
John Williams, ou tho night of the Vi It,
for horse stealing. Great excitement ex
Ists In thu neighborhood over tlio nllalr,
No arrests have n3 yet been made.
The Colonial Olllee, Loudon, has re-
eelved dispa'ches trom the Straits settle
incuts showing that thu Englishman niur
dered by tho Malayans was thu Itiitlsh
Resident at Perak. His Interpreter was
also killed, four of his suite were
wounded and two arc missing.
A 5 note purporting to be issued by
the I irst National Rank of Galena, III,,
was discovered on the morning of thu sili
by the National Rank Redemption
Agency at Washington. There Is m
such hank Iu exNtenco. Tlio note is evi
dently altered from n plate of thu Tra
ders' National Rank of Chicago.
Of tlio four horses nnd three buggies
which were htolen from Ward Rro-f., of
DiiQuoIn, and J. II. Erwin, of Tuscola,
three horses and two buggies were cap
tured, on tlio Slh, at Emiigham, 111.
without the men. One horse and buggy
were captured at St. Louis, also on the
Slh, with one man. Tlio men who had
tho teams captured at Efllngham are
Tho Murphysboro Independent, al
lulling to tho loss of tho lullatlonlsts Iu
Ohio and Pennsylvania, presents a head
less rooster, and gets off tho following :
"Tills rooster did somo good crowing
for us last fall, but llio returns from Ohio
and Pennsylvania lias knocked Ids head
dean ofi. We will not exhibit him
again until next fall, when wo assure his
friends that ho will bo fully repaired and
pi (htit-class order. Then his voice will
be heard proclaiming victory from Maine
to (an Francisco, from Florida to
The Commerce (Mo.) Dispatch is no
slouch ut paragraphing : "John M. Left
wlcli ia known to bo a man of very tem
perate language. Rut If you had seen
him the other day, when ho had just
risen from a bed of sickness and discov
ered that somebody had stolen all tlio
sweet potatoes and cabbage Iu his gar
den, you'd hae takeu him f jr a sailor-
And Roland Cannon, too, unable to rise
from his couch, when Ids wifeannottucuil
to him the other morning that nil the
meat had disappeared from the. smoke
house, just straightened up Iu ids bed
and well, you'd have thought he was a
Comanche on the war path."
Tlic Mrnnitiliii, I'nclde
(.'ci in the
Sa? I' iiaS'ciscu, Novembers. Tho fol
lowing press dispatch has Just ben re
Skaitli:, W. T., November 7. Tlio
dally Diipatch received tliu following
special from Port Towuscml lids morn
ing: "The American ship Messenger,
Captain J. T. Ollkey, lias arrived, nine
days out from San FraneIco, and reports
iiloklng up. twenty miles vjuthol Capo
Flattery, of part ol the pilot house and
Henry L. Jelly, tbu onlj Mirvlvor of the
Mcamshlp Pacllle, whl- li "ailed from Vlc
totia at 'J o'clock- on Thursday morning,
and foundered forty mil' s smifn of Flat
tery at S o'clock on Thursday evening.
J el IV (touted mi tint nihil home (mm 8
o'clock ou Thursday night until 10 '
o ciock batuiday morning, when In' was
nicked up by the Me-enger. Several
boats were launched, but all foundered.
(Signed) "A. F. Lv.oh.ui:9."
Jelly Is too low to give full particulars,
lie states lie was In a boat, which whs
swamped, and. with another man, suc
ceeded in reaching part of tho pilot
house. Tlio other man subsequently
died from exposure, and was cut loose
by Jfr. Jelly. The. following Is a list of
tlio pineengiTS, fourteen of tho first ones
mentioned, together with ton or twelve
In the steerage, being from Paget Sound.
The remainder are :
NAMr.s ot tiii: i.ovr
J. Illlltiiuteniid wife, Mrs. Malum and
child, II. C. Victoria, O. T. Vlulng. f red.
I). Hard, C. I). Davidson and wife. A.
RobhhiK.T. Allison. O. MePher.-ou, Win.
.Maxwell, II. Wood, John Tar-
IVi":. -Mn,,lia, Wilson,
U. Put-day. A. Lang. John G. Todd,
John MeSauders, Dock Young, J. I'ltz
gcrald, J. Condon, C. Chlshofiii, A. I'm.
w) r, J. S. Webtw, Ilurlhert and Rosk
well J'roupc Garesehe, Miss A. Rey
nolds, Mlt? F. Palmer, Mrs. .Morte, .Mrs.
I. aw-on. Ed. 11. Roller. James Liming,
Mrs. S. Stiles and child, D. Melntyre, f'.
R. Fairbanks Capt. and Mrs. Paron, A.
It. Ovvay, W. J. lVrry, J. P. Johnston,
T. Smith, John Cochrane, S.
P. .Moody. T. J. Fen-ell, M. M. Sum
mers, J. Oahlll. J. Watson. Wm. Will,
James 11. Webb--, Win. IVIley, Col.
Maudoville, wife nnd child, R. iludfon,
II. Cllne, E. PotkhM, Thos. llovetly, R.
Ji'AtV8,7,VW- 5T!ll,llol' 'oli Lee. G.
(.ribbell, Geo. .Morton. J. McC'ormiek,
John Sampson, I-aae Webb. P. Chap
man and forty more in the steerage.
was a wooden side-wheel steamer of
about 000 ton", built in 1S5I, by W. II.
Hrovvn. of Nvw; Vork: nearly rebuilt
here by tho Pacllle .Mali Company two
years ago; docked ami Mirvovcd the trip
before last, and given a certificate of A'.';
value about S10U.O00; cargo, Iioih and
oatH, worth about $-'3,000. Insurance on
ship, $17,000. divided neailv equally be
tween tlio Fireman's Fund, Union, Suite
Investment, Commercial. Swiss Lloyds
and New Orleans Mutual Companies.
nam iiuneu nas mo reputation ol
mi eiuciciu ouicer. i no snip's comple
ment win as follows: Malcr, J. D.
Howell; First Officer, A. . MeDon
oujfli ; Second Oflleer, A. Wells; Third
Ollicer, J. M. Lewis; Purser, O. I life,
Jr.; Freight Clerk, S. 11. Ulglev; Chief
Engineer, T. Houston; Assistant Engi
neer, D. M. Raclt: Oilers. Thomas
Le.-!ratigo mid J. DuganJr.; Carnenter,
R. Errieksoii ; Watchman, Henry Nun-is;
Steward, J. Martin ; Second Steward.
Cha. II. Jackson; Steerage Steward, b.
McNIohol; First Cook, J. M. llohUworth;
Second Cook, H. Miles: Third Cook, C.
ii. milling: Jialier, Thomas Mullov,
Porter, It. T. McNemalu; Stewardess,
There were also live firemen, four coal
passers, ten seamen, two inessmeii. two
pantrymen and eight waiters.
In the absence of further particulars
Captain Goodall, of Goodall Nelson &
Perkins, the owners, and many seafaring
men, believe the chip met a heavv houth
caster, which may bo expected there at
nils season. Tho Pacific was one of the
best seaboats on tlio coat. It is believed
that tho survivor nicked im mav be in er
ror as to tlio late of tho other boats, a the
steamer was provided with extra huge
and safe lifeboats.
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LYITOH & HOWLEY'S
Real Estate Columii
Several good Farms and 3,000 acres of
unimproved Lauds In Alexander county.
"Winter's Riock" and "Winter's
A largo number of desirable Resi
dences, ami excellent vacant Lots, atillti
blo for business houses and residences.
linsiucss house on Levee, lately oc
cupied by Cunningham &Stihvell.
RuMties. liottno on Levee, near Sixth
Street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
Winter's Riock" suitable Tor Hotel,
Ofllces or Riiiluess rooms cheap.
Tcnuni'Mits numbered f, 7, Sand 0. iu
Winter's Row, 0 romiu each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 W 7 rooms.
Cot logo on Sixth street, near Wash
iugton uveniie 1 rooms $10 n month.
- Store loom in "Pilot House," lately
occupied by A. Ilulley.
Storeroom lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine Co., on Coniinrrci.d
avenue, near Ninth btrcct.
Two small Houses wc-.t ofTwenty
recond street, near Pine, 1 each per
Dwelling hoitM! on Twclllh, near
Walnut, 0 rooms, for $V2 per month.
Store room on Levee, above Eighth
street $20 per month.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
number of Lots ou Levee, above
Twelfth street, outside fire limits. Al-o
a large number of other Lots In dlllerent
Land", iu Tracts to still, near Cilro.
Drunkenness Cured !
Willioi.t IncoHvcnli-tT.-c, at yolirlMiiin' ,ti
ilyteMMilfrwt unyiuMieM u tvcHit of one
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Man.iscrSt. f.oiiU Intbii.ile !,; il.
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Cured without lmln or Incoiuniti-nre, ol vuur
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Ilietlullm. Slate Hinount ti-cl .Lilly
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effect of Errors and Abuses in early life.
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To sell Hr. Clia'c's Jteclpcs ; or infor
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iu the United .States and Canada. En
larged by the publisher to 013 pages. It
contains over 2000 household recipes, and
h suited to all chmses anil conditions of
society. A wondeil'ul book and a Iioiku
liold necessity. It sell at sight. Great
est luditceiiients ever oflered to book
ngent?. Sample copies sent by mall.
Postpaid, for S2. Exclusive territory
given. Agents more than double tlx
money. Address Dr. Chase's Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan
St Jo. Medical
onlr pluce where nmre cure rau b ie
X littlujMiii Little itrequnul in Iliu wny of
uuiiriiniiiu, un iiiu iriuiuil011 ol III IUitlllltloil
ii well knuwii llnoutima Ihu West. Cull und
bceoinluttd Hut iihk I. Hie lirswt ai.d met
r.unplpie intllluliiin ul'lhc klmt In America lor
in..- uv.i.pniiii iiiuiiniiii iii mi i.arouic Ke.Miul.
i'riviitcuud Vtneienl lllneiFeiti.riii.tii .u o,i,
a uyi.lillli, Cinmnliu M, (iteel, fttrlclure. Itiii
llllf. niIcote eitiH, tiivliltla. Ilnli.i In
uriuuiy uud Bvpliilltic oijtnerciiilul utlecllona or
iii,.-uiiifui, vniu ur uuiii-4 urn iteateii wiln nn
iurullell biic.-esit. Oononl.iru euritl iu rimn
Ihne In live il:ud. S ulilltn i ini.t it. r.n... ....
VV' L. ' "a ""'"" i-cnii, nkiuinnl
itikiie,S.ciniat(irrlia'ii, Mjjht Losses, sex
iihI Debility unit liiiioleucy, Lin. ,f f.exu.il
rower. iho remit oi-fcell-aliu-eln niilli, Kex-
i... ..... "''
inn t'.cegrCH in iii.itiiu i-
yram. Mini nil iinuili.
iiiriimiitiiiarnuKt', ptriiintieiiuy enreil wilhunt
inercurv nrunrol ner nuiu-r.il m. .on. i
ut a iliahtiiee tieatol by letter .Medlchiei tent
every wlieiy. YoiuiKiiii n who have becoinu the
ViclllllCI lll'Mlllhirv vice Hint
struclle Imblt which iintitiallv swi-em to nu mi.
:i(llul und ilc
nn.i'iy Kmiii iiuniKundi uf iiuiil' mm nr tin.
inpalixallnl lull-ins mul billlhint Intel l-, ,
Willi the Ihunderri ol' ilniitieiu. nr .ri,.u
Tlacy the living lyn may call with Tult emill
deiiee. hut 11 iilly tli.it nyouiiK man. the linn
ol tiuciiiin rv, ihedarllnKiifhls parents, thnuid
be fcimlcliid trnm nil pmspiru anil enlov
menti nrille by the. coiu-fmienrcs ut ilovlutlnir
irpm the path of nature und IndulitliiK in n cer
taln Merit habit in-)i n...,,., . i...
coiiteiiipl.illni? marriage, lcflect thul n nmnd
iiiinii ami iidiiy nre the niot iiecessnry KiinUltHi
lo promote ennmiblal happlncii, Indeed wllhont
IIk-m- Ihejmiriiry tliroiiKh life iHToines n wtary
l Uki linage, the pro.peet hourly darkeiifl lo llio
View. Hie miml Ih-itiiiii. t.li.i.1... ii ...iii. .1 i.
nnd lllled with inelanehully relleclloni (hut tho
huppiiics of nuolh-r ii blipMed with our own.
1 o nil eriliiK ymiiiK men we would euy, do mil
Ueeji tliia hccrcrt to yoaimtrimd your Uod until
It lllll n.llllied the rllnl. mwl l.-f. ...... ... l. 'r
huiiianily, a eun-e to ymukelf mnl a baidea lo
fTr. tJif .' 011 "re eiinim,'ld Iii Iho.nareor
sell pollution, or any privnlu dleue. Uh- from
UdlilruetloH, and apply ut St .Jim-pli .Me.ra
limtlltite lor tnatment, nnd becomooncc more n
WW aayrmileed or money reAinded
&-AU tl-lll'l U I lOI.Mllll.. I ln I 1 ...
......bi.Hiw in... ..ill'riiimiuis 10
2il!".g' """I J! '"' "al'ily unci mecess
iLi .x Hi"" iiinucai ii MiKiiiiii tecrets tor mines
and t'enl!, i-cnl lue r two Hunipi.
Al MlCSi fil. .IllSKIlll M..II....1 I... ill. .In L' I.
t vet, betwuti second and Thltd, fet. .loneph,
A Book for the People.
01" ( '"y double loluuiu ianiKt lint
a ( H ml ngraviiifcs un Ihe utttural,
JIAIirtI,GI. ; MioiaUmtlvI itlHUonsuttlik ext i,
. , Marriaffe,ltdutu-mnailUquiliflc
io?j the MystcriCH of lloproduetioit, Ac. Atumkid
B InfrttVUll iheXttriotudULuiii ul ihttliP narv tinri fJ.n.
er-uvuOrriiiutjf butiiKif.,iiHlmJliin uii fujmoi i'ri'
vaio, vneieHina cnrouia uitfaciof Kjth;.nci, the
itluclt ul i'arlv Adiucm uu liie xudlivitiui m.ii tK iU.i.
Ctri ii f .if m.h U loin mi nttf r marriige, It-AUliiK to pre
mature tUny mul Impotency irHKiu cuunuiiurlJthe
luitrlfj a ml ilioio ouiteiDnMliiK tnanUge. tiui a mcr
luckaJit'nicuiiintttitlaitic(tUixMJDiiliir miUical vork
rnc,poifr toufi.Cl.wJ.ijyunJln clctS, tl.W. A I'am
m$ nuiitviuut r itiuur lur u mo auue tilM tltt.
trratmtiit of fiDLriuatorrheA. iv.
h t;i(t uf tamp. AHu ft miall Mrdlcl Treatiio bulhc
m iruiiu'iua ui inc muru vuiu.Hnini traiuiui mn.
nun emu to i juptr q
Kxt i' din t , i-) w.rt, IU vti. AUUrt ,
THE MEDICAL, ii BUEQIOALINSTITUTE,
Have Reduced thoirEntlro Stock in both tholr Storefl, Conl8Unof
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING-,
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
iii mim iw mmm ws cah 33 beat ik prices or qualities.
ALSO IN FURNISHING GOODS I
In o-jrllry-OooiU Department wcutlllgUe .
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
To everybody who biiyn to tlic amount of aetrn dollint.
5tJ&iVP in a Irint nnd wc will convtnre you Hint we mean what we tay 'fa
XT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBRON 8u WEIL'S,
142 Sl 144 Commercial Avenue.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or ttie Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at home, in the store, in the
shop and in the ofnee. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
J. BURGER & CO.
Biill Ahead as Usual
ms Firm has
an immense Stock of
11 & Wist
0VELTIES or THE SEASON
WniCH THEY OFFER AT
AND WHICn HAS CAUSED TIIE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
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just brought on