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To which the Invllra tli attention of the laajia
"( 'r!'. ."'I 'rnltr In this Mock willbe
uumi ii uwumi lyitunrilats, llonneln, H I,
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continue Uiak,atAerW Mejtriato er the t-
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mill ill MIliMBiii i
rles of all that t TrciU and valnable
Literature, Pclenre, ana Art 5 Mil 'f
EDINBURGH MAOAZINt
OF THE H40tyE3T.LITCRARYMKRIT. 4. t
TEltSlS (Including Postagr) j.
P.yibii Mrktlj U AimMk
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or anv one Burlaw, p nriMtn
or any two Reviews, 7 00 "
or any in re a iieviews, 10 OS)
or amour itavioway IT, 'M W
or jiiacKwoou BaaYe-
or niacawooa aau;eae v
IMTieW, a T it
or niacawooa area ww t
Itevlewi. taa Us S
Keviewi.
IS CO
1500
v. " u.u mu ma
loor Kevlewr,
A ll(aAlltil Af tMl aa? Aa t 'aarftl t.- -1
-vweaea vi fvJl - WnV Will UB "
wed io cjudi oi rour or more ptrnooi:
vtaw win thi mi he in mi ttiiiir& rnp
lraaa.n..lfaa a IO
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41 hnUr Itret New York "
EXTRACT
The Universal PaiaBxt aote.
Aak for P.a'-
t
FOR
ItaJarlM to Maa or Braata,
t'allt, HrulK.
airnlaus Suraioa.. Coatu-
loni, maiueatloni.
KntrltareaiiUula; Laiorra-
Ul or Incl.cl vVnuDtl"
NwrlltMK,Uun.acalil(.
Sun burn.
Menllai Msmmttm, or
' H)lttluorilloo(l
Sou Hlr-1, ami ItlcoN
ui wwaa OT-Taatn .
MMaHMir Hlaatl and
HloodrDUeliari .
Pllea - iHrollnir Win,
HllndlUe, llnialllble.)
TUurM,KaraerM-.Keu-
wIkU, Snrellol Kate.
RlirunMlam, Khnima-
tli'.SWcllillV orHnrrlma.
XTRACT
Mllernrk or Soirnnia,
limlniro. Ijiiimi Hack.
Hortt Tkntrnt nrUuiimy.
luflatueil ToiutU.
BlpUicrlm raHrhl.
Aaieawafa., .m
Wore or InSameil Krri or
-4 . KX-llU.
Cetarrtu Laucarrhea',
Disrrhra, Dyaautvry.
Hmn Nlfaialra, luflumwl
lirnut.
PtUnfHI or tool'roruac
Mllk.!a.TuW. liut;
CIHLK'S
er Complaint,
REMEDY,
4
'ton t
(Iravr
ei anu siraiiirury.
Chaliin
M
Kacur
iXfurla-
tartcM .V9iiMC ,Ka
,larfioTluAa4Mit Vataa.
Vaaara, Old Horn, later
Bal Ulccratloua. : -. 1
XTERNMLr
AND
alia, CartundpjTS-;
Htora, inn wNiHurai
Vorxaauil ltunlooi, ttwtv
iimiAJj
ni or nore rM. -'kaaiirn,lariMMor
8ad-
USE. .
faieiilatU.
arVnttlaw'. Trmf.
a Ltaaha ur irU.
Xeaejwitai BMaa, Insect
,8Ung, Chauned Ilauda.
5..
WII'H KXVatACT ia for aalabvall Flral
;iuaa aprstaw" anu recorunwaucii oy
all t)ru Ian, Fhyslcliitu, aiul. eTrrj-
lllll V HH I1SM1 II.
n nvo onaaawicauon, u uoi iouuu aiyour
lniKKliPlT7 . ,J .1
POND'S EXTHAOT CO.,
SfeW' York Mai Loaduu
i-m-ilir.
the":
HOWE
nma
OOMPAHY, 13?
Ifinojni inririiiiiuv anil UNIraniolll from
in win lyoinmuuiuiw oricK riiuin ii dun
i;i:ii a vrnuu ikiini
vrnuo between TtNTlIANli ki.kv..
l it VntKK'1'.S.lstcly oramlwlW .1. U. ciir-
tcIV
fx
liu 1'oiijnl a eoiiiivtv na.
iui.tit firihA 1
IMPROVED HOWE
tcli have iirovnl to lie tea -moat duralte-aaU
now ine eatieai runuiiiK mucmne noiii.
iiuiviiiuw tu iy , .
GlTamaaOsOJ;1 ,J
. PVMTCVin mm a mhmm ma.
VI aT a Ft Haa.aJni.al mi mtABLV.
D. r. BlirifSTT. Agent
lUEIED LADlSSt
ntWO
uao fr nintttraual'dnillr.4t(jW ?r"?
seenest ibMair lapiaaa. mm mi
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I gVoMQyjlllLiAIfeO'mtjTOlfc BUStiXt, DECEMBER 12, 1875. HO. 301." .
;rfcr';."-;"j!Wrti'
PITTSBUROH,
aarm mniiAWBi. u,.jj
IIT. CARBON (Bl, MuMy)
Jl A
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OvdaTM far Coal br ths-oau-Oaul. I
IIWMt
iflaAtnntlv aUAnnAd tn.
If . ..
MrTo Unre con Burners and all
nanufacturors, we arc preparod
i X au
any
by
aont
or year, atunifi
ratoa.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPART.
'UtmUr I'ro.'i eoa, Mo. 70 0U4lv
'lltmtif llroa wbarboat.a . La.
At tCa Coat term. foq'rTlilrtfKIM
'Art.
Cl-l'ot Ofllce Orawer. SO.
" iIi;k 9t.a i.r.un-
R.
SMYTH Ic
.... i. i pki.M r lu I :
rr awiaiiHi aawt Miii imn -1
w 'K fW 'iW
ItNagB AAA DatMtio
LIQtTORS
WDiEM OF ALL KIHDH,
N. 60 Ohio Levee.
CAIRO, ILLS.
MKflSllf. SMITH A CO. hr toaaUntlr
a Unrt atock of the brat KikkI. in Uw iimr
kcti aaatftraaaBacial aUraUoa to I he nhvlwaU
faanror nc nuineaa. - -
STRATT0N & BTJU).
Wholesale Grocers
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AXEHICAN POWDKa.CO.
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
i V aaaV
Wholesale Grocer
JBeake-la
BOAT STORES,!
jkll,
Ck)iiimission Merchant,
Na. IS OHIO LEVEE.
OPKC'IAI. atlnutlon Kivtu to conilgnmeiiU and
Olllru: onlrn.
PAINT. AHB MHJI.V
B. F.
DcaliT In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
SHTJMEEBM.
4Vall Taper, Window Qlaaa, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwaja nn hand, Die celebrated Illuminating
vAUItOH.V OIL.
IX0aB XlulldlUKi
Ooraer Xleyenth Street and Woanlnir
ton Arenua
Cairo" crrr: bindery,
I . UUOIB) " -
l'roprictor,
BINDER AND BLANK' BOOK
MAMUFACTUREH,
Bulletin Bulldlntr. Cor. Twelfth Street
anu nuiuiiKiuu avuiuci
Oitlro, lUlnoii
fcfCounty uml ltallroail WnrlialHcla)lr.
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SH0ER,
i , BLACKSMITH
and
Wagon Maker
i AVJBJIUJB).
XauuAicturaauta own Xprae Shooa aisd
eao Aaaura uwa wora.
PATRONAOE I0LI0ITEO.
t ,-I-liu
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RTTOH
COAL!
1
Ml'
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We Will VMbbr All To-
i , , , f. .- i
DWwlr AtUrmiy Bylr !lVrtkw4 if,
flUlii Pnaoerat JUyortiT.
lirhty lmUroaUadiajr.''
xctian Uula.trfotM-jitMomi, ;rliUr.l
amjJTTINQ HQT.J
A fr'rHiyly incounori iu (be dliiuiug-roitin or
ltw home, 6u Lueu avunuc udTweaty
- 1 mtith ttict, quMy nIoyIig u nfWr
K w'lb n .liiiiulrjr.lu regard to,
ilia. Ia.1i.iratlitx irmillilllIl'llG. I'llIlllU'l
Vmt wu MmOIJ' Utt. Artuly Ma-ceai
aiTtul. IUweirH,IHrf,;W(lrr.
Iltfe a r.nraentiUXvo liUh ptou, Lett. Mi
illlal ifntli-a. rte'etc. etc.
1 hear, Colonel Dyer, that joar own
licad U In some danger oi UcoaKUallouf
uo you r ., 1 j i
Jliivo you lioard nothing of It? ,
No, not a word.
-. Nwkinx to, lead yOu to. mcli na expec-
i Will. I know tliat parties hnve beon at
wortftrylu to convince i'reAldtut Grant
tli.1t I am twrsoually Iioetlle to him. lie
kiHrwA, at any rate, that 1 was In the Lib-,
cral aaovf tucut ia 1870. 1 don't know what
uicceas they will have. It lsjtut posal
lilf fwlth u arullci : I aworeheud. In fact.
that my name will not be aeut in tor cou
Jlrniatlcn by Uic SenaU;. but 1 don't
know, of course. 1 don 't see it In the
list )iiblielted In the eveuiug papera.
llow was it that the dispatch about Mr.
,HtuderM)u was not wut until to-day,
when the speech was made on rriuay
lest?
I don't know. Alter the speech was
delivered, Ltteieu Eaton sentouto Wash
ington, notes lie had taken of what Mr.
lleiidergoasaidlureirard to the president,
tut two days ago he seut on the report
of the short-hand writer of these portion
ot Mr. Henderson's speech, it was seat
on. knnwlntr that Inauirv would be made.
ntid the statement raised that 3Ir. Hen-1
dersou Inul been assailing the president.
Hen. Il must have reached ashlniton,
to-day, then?
uoi. uyer. I suppose ii um.
Kep. What, time did you cet the dis-
lch?
Col. Dyer, a nine alter is o ciock ;
soon alter we urougiu uie muicimenis
Into the district court.
Hen. I understand the indictments In
clude General Babcock : that the rumor
on the street.
Col. Drer. I can't tell you wiictuer
they do so or not, but you will probably
sec iu n day or two with a meaning
smile.
Heu. What effect do you think the ac
tion of the Attorney General will have on L
Air. Henderson r
Col. Dyer, well I think lie can slant! it,
ifl'rcsident Grant can. I don't blamo
General Oraut for stlcklug to General
liabcoek. Krery man is presumed to be
Innocent until he Is proven guilty. But
It Krather micer for General Babcock to
ask to ;o ou thu stand und declare his
own Innocence. McDonald and Joyce
say they are lunocent ; yet, when Secre
tary UrUtow's name wa mentioned, he
telegraphed ou at once, you remember,
to have the fullest investigation, and
there lias been ; there certainly cannot be
any complaint that the prosecution lias
not been igoroue enough. If my head
i chotimxl off I think I can stand it, like
Mrvllenderaon, If they can. If General
Babcock Is not guilty, lie has 'succeeded,
beyond anvbody I ever knew, In making
It look as If he knew what was going on,
though, of course, it U possible that he
may he able to explain things satisfac
torily. Hep. How about the Court of Inquiry
it Chicago ?
Col. Dver. Judge Advocato t'.urdlncr
seut down word to ine to-day to send
them the evidence before us Implicating
General Babcock. I replied by tele
graphing to them that if they wanted Mr.
Henderson's speech they could have It,
and I ordered the short-hand writer to
write It out. ttud I will scud It to them,
They can't catch uie In a trap like that.
I can't send them the evidence if I
would. For instance, to-day a sjteeial mes
senger came ou from Washington, bring
ing a lot oi documents aim icicgrams
under a nub duces Ueum ; they were
brought on by order of the court.
1 can't send them tho evidence
against General Babcock, If I
wished, aim l oon i propose 10 uo mj,
Hep. They can't lioni ucuerat uao-
cock, can they, If he Is wanted by a
United States court ?
Col. Drer. Xo. s r. thev cannot, such
a proposition would be absurd.
UOll'l JOU tlUIIK Ullllgs lire gemiiK
pretty hot ?" nsked the reported, as he
itirncu togo.
Col. uycr smiled. "ioi f uo ai-Ncu,
"thev urn L'tttltiL' hotter all the time
hotter than thoy ever were before."
it wa- iisccrinincu tnat late in tuc at
tcrnoou District Attornov Dyer nwived
a telegram from Solicitor Dltttbrd Wilson
tatlm eiiect : "wc win prouauiy an lau
together,"
Mondy mill Naukwy.
Thogient ruvlvalUts, Messrs. Moody
and Sankey, who elect rilled staid old
Englund with their eloquenco and en-
thusiatim.nrofair samnles of American
gciilm;. Springing from among the com
mon people, tneif sympainicsaieanve to
tiiu wanis or tho whole people, ami uere
In lies tlin secret ol their great success.
Those who seek to bu noiiular must
study and be familiar with the, want of
the manse, mid nrovu loyal thereto.
To.this.fact wo may trace the grand s uc-
In business, as well as In religious tin
dertakini's. which muny Americans havu
achieved. Htrtklngly illustrative ol
these suggestions Is that great
estnhlishinent. located at Bullalo.
New. York, and known ns tho
"World's Dispensary,". n most, appro
nriatu n.iine. indeed, for that .vat Insli
ttition. within whose walls arn mantifiic-
tiin.d remedies which aru In demand in
eycry quarter of the globe, and at which
a corps ot tiirfiiugmsuc ii puvMciaus mm
surgeons, under the personnl Direction of
Dr. Pierce, are constantly administering
in the needs of thousands of sullcrers ev-
erewhere. and whoso success In the treat
ment of all chronic ailments has becoiro
so well know that there Is scarcely a
hamlet iu thojaiii la which Id, name Is
not jiairtHlar. lu proprietor, sayi the
ITcralifoml Torchlight, ot Detiolt, "Is a
man ot the people, writes lor them, and
to (hem tenders his eminent professional
aervices.t" Ills ailvertlsoments are
earnest exhortatlous. Like the
great revivalists, Ills enthusiasm
Hi inUUlplltd by tho unparalleled sue-
eeW'ofhls enterprise as -well as by the
iiuuicy oi ins remedies iu curing disease.
Tkttuplt belittl iri him nhrllils reme
dle.. breathe, a4 the W Vork TrVMnt
as, "lie symptiHilMi "with thetn In all
ironiictfons. eflbHs.aaelatUliimcnU."
I Hence. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dls-
I . .... . ' m. . , . I . a
OJTery is io-iay mora, 'largely cminojew
4 a blood hnd llVcrmlclne, and alio as
a Bough rctnMy, thabanv other remedial
afMt in the world. Ills favorite pre
scription, he docs not recommend as a
'.cure-all," as is o often done by com
MUHe)era bf worthless', humbug' nos
tra ma. but for all diseases and weak
nesses peculiar to women It has proved
llaell eo mncli of a speclllc that It now
enjoyi great popularltyr and universal
ooaadeiKO. Dr. Pwrce's Pleasant
Purgative Pellets, "scarcely larger
uian muuri seed," save proven
e .agreeable and reliable as a ea
thar tkj that they are rapidly taking the
place of the large, natteeous pills hereto
fore eotmnch la use; while his Compound
1 .a . .rL! . t . i . . .. ! . -
,t.imn ui oiuun-M cru jb u lavunic rem
edy tor colic cramiia. summer-complaint.
,diarrliu a. tliscntcry. cholera and cholera
rtmoriHis ami also a a liniment, ui nr.
kaown erervw
aeeclkVifi! for catarrh and "cold in. the
keAd.-'if1 given to' tko pabHfc And
beaklea aals large measure of eaeceat, Dr.
Pleree llkeJy I achieve ae gnat re
nown as an aaUtor as he haeae a Bhysl
claa. Jlia COmawn Sena MeAwal
Adviser a book of aboat 90$
aaces. Whlclr he sells at the tieaar-
aUeied low price of $1 60 has already
been sold to the extent of extUNetiaf
two edidoM amountlar to Jertr tnoM-
sand coDiei . The' secret of Dr. Pierce's
succejs, as well aa that of the great revi
valists, aad aeens of other American,
who by tlieir gehlne have adtaaead stea
byatep from obscarite to affiiMwee and
distinction, consist la treaUog Use eeeate
wiiu cunaiuenHren, ayiauaeaj, latr.
aad Honesty, we aa, wae aeeia ae Mr
Uln either weal er tfitJnalUa; aa'
afford to deal Bolahiy a Hh Hat werW er
be ladlflereat te the wanu aad Met Inter
ests et humanity. ' IM-eedlw
THE KOWNM.
Am 111-4) aaea (teat W fetch BUaa
Broasat Traahle to All lie reaaea
are.
The wife of Caul. Burton, the renown
ed African tarveler, has JmtpabMahed a
book In which she tort el Is taachroatt to
Kugland, especially to Queen VJetarla, U
that aoveralirn Mrsista iu raealsamV tn
her possession the celebrated KiaWnirdiar
uiond. That stone always had A badrei
putation. It U aafd, though wttawt
ilclent reasoa. to have been itlarirlpsri
iu the minea of Uolconda. and BaM at
consequence .ol some terribU wen . at
cruelty perpetrated on IU finder.)! djr4'
ug curses suit cung to iu nut
traeaa. Use history of the teat
naar'auiiiaaBra. all of whom
some terrible tHaaatrr or aaate to a
Ifiif ilaatk. Tha tlrSf Inat"
klugdotai the second died la eztte, a1lhwt;
were'ttraagled or nsniailniti'd Ik aV
fercat ways. The fall of the great eas-
Sire ol AaruazeM sm auributea te tna
lountalu of Light. When Nadir Sank.,
captured Delhi he took away with Maa to
Persia treasures and Jewels of Incalcula
ble valee, among taent the Kohlner.
From the moment he readied Persia ev
erything went wrortg." The fcmperor
was soon alter as.-atsfnated and his jew
els stolen. Its next possessor was pois
oned tithe two next had their eyes put out;
and to ou, disaster following the stone
till It came into the possession of Hun-
Ject Sing, the lion of the Punjaub.
lie tiled soon alter; tiicn nu sou
was Dolsoiied. and at brief intervals his
grandson und great grandsou were also
assassinated. Anarcuy louoweu; men
came the conquest of Punjaub, and so the
diamond fell to its present destination.
This is all a matter of history, and has
been recounted by previous writers. But
Mrs. Burton does not pretend to ro only
over the old ground again. She declares
she did not know the history ot tho gem
until she had a dream, wherein It was
made known to her. Sim then looked
into tlte question, though it must bo al-
iuwti mat sue is not nutie accurate
In her account ot the fortunes
of the former proprietors. Mauv
ot them who she does hot mention were
prosperous and powerful rulers: some
died peaceable deatlis, and one tlie mon
arch of thu Sikes eo far ftosn reifardlua;
the diamond as Ill-omened, value! M ae a
holy relic and bequeated It to Juggernaut.
But Mrs. Burton is a tlrm bciciver In
omens, und entreats the queen to discard
the stone, which sho sometimes wears
She notes that Lord-Dalhousle, who scut
it to the queen, died soou afterward; tnat
the Duke of Wellington, who gave the
llrst stroke to the new cut
ting, lived but three months,
and tliat Prince Albert tell a victim to
the ancient curae. Now, It Is not dim
cult to understand how a belief In the ill
omen of tills diamond should have pre
vailed In the east. Apart front the facts
connected with its history, iu cxtremo
value since It Is by far the pretlcst dia
mond iu existence wouia nave luaucca
some too malign It hi order to possess It.
But it is not so easy to account for the
credulity ot superstition, call it what we
may, which we Und displayed In a wo
man of such high culture, talent and
practical knowledge or the world as Mrs.
Burton.
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