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OJJUO POMTOITIOg.
Officii HottiM-Vrom 7:30 C:TO
.m., Hwiuky from 7tolu.ui. Money
nler 8:00 A.m. lo 5:00 i.ui.
Clow
Arrives.
A.M
r.M.
A.M. I'.M.
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Daily.
MlM Uentral II It
thtllr.
Cairo ft Vlncennc
UK-Dully.
Cairo, Arkansas A
Texas It It Dally
Ohio Hirer lloute
Dally exr.'t Monday
MIm. Kirrr ItoHte
Up, Sun. Tu. Frl.
Down.Tu Thu fifti,
Thrlmt limit
,1:01) j f.m
J:00
5:00
torn
10:90
10:08
I
lo.-m
e.oo
1:00
0:(XI
6:00
rrl.lay a HjAtinlav
JlW. McUiaio, 1. M.
HA1I.MOADN.
.IRON MOUNTAIN
ft SOUTHERN R. R.
Kxirss leave Cairo dally
Ksiirma arrives at Cairo dally
....2:00 p. m.
Kirma arrive at Cairo dally....... V. ""' '"'
ACConunmiaiiun.irmrs . n , ... . , -.w -. .
Accommodation arrives ilnlly (except
auuila)) II.CQa. m.
TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
THAWS LK.ITB CAlnO
Mall at ll!l5 m - Dally.
Kipres at 3;i'Op.in '.'
Might at 4:00a iii...Kxc-.pt Sunday.
aYlghtat ........llrOJn. m... " "
AHHira at CAino
....... S:00a. Ill .Dally.
Ifall at
Kxpnui t
freight a'
Kresjbt at
rrcixut a .
asaon ra...Kxctpl isurouiy.
8:. m... Monday.
.0:45 p.m... " Humjay.
10:0) u ni... " aiijday.
UM. m.. " "
rreignt
JAXKS JOHNSON. Aiteni
CAIRO & ST. LOUT0 A' R
" TP"
SHORTEN SHORT LINE
- . TO
,MT. IaOXTII!
'We Have Oomo to Stay!"
THK trains of tills company connect lit St
I.011N and Knstst. tattle. Willi nil oilier
Hum tu III Xortli, lisl mill Wrat.
T1MK ScTlKDL'l.r. i
IsaaveCalro - l'J- 'A'.VV"
Arrive atM.tauls - r...M-'-
v..,... V.a.tat. tattls 8:.Min.lil.
Arrlrcnl Cairo li'Jlp.ni
.1. I.. IIIXCI.I.KV, Ccnrrtit Ssuicrlntcndenti
J. A. WKNTZ. General I'aasMiger Agent.
JOIIS KCGUIIT. AKillt.
Shortest Route
EAST!
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R
-tVXaXa
EVANS VILLE, LOUISVILLE
and CINCINNATI.
Avoid Nlfiliir Citr fcxiicimr.
TRAINS I.E.VVK C.VII.O AT l;lt A. -M
Baggage Handled Trae.
JAM KM IllCliS, Pii-senser Agent.
M It, (.OOllltfCll, Central Passenger Ag'l.
II. 1.. AlOltllll.I,, General lilipciliitcndent.
la-lti- tni.
CAIRO & VINCENNES R. R.
CAIRO, EVANS VILLE, INDIAN
APOLIS, CINCINNATI
and LOUISVILLE.
FOURTEEN HOURS EAOU WAY,
AND ALL DAYLIGHT RUNS.
Sunning Throagh Withoat Change !
INUIA.VAI'OLl AND CINCINXATI KXl'llKsl.
Leaves Cairo .. 4:ir a. ill
Arrived at larinl -
Arrives at Vliiceuncs 1I:SS "
VIA hT. LOUIS AND .OUrilaAHICIIN IUILIIOAD.
Arrive ut Kva-isvlllc i:ld p.m.
VIA IN'DIAXAI'01.13 AMU VINCINNLS IIAILIIUAII.
Arrives at Indianapolis 4::io p. m,
VIA OHIO AND MUISSUTI 1IA1I.IIOAII.
Arrives at North Vrrnon
Arrives ut Cincinnati
Arrivlsat LoiiUvlllc
OAlllO KII'IILSH
Leaves lndianapalis
leaves Ciuriniiuti ,
Jaii-ii lxiuiilu
Arrives ut Vlnrrnnet ...
leaven Vlnciimts
, fM p. in,
, !);uo "
. 7:4 "
. K:no a m.
,0:i "
p.m.
a:-.M
Leaves Kvunsvillu 11:10 u.m
Arrives at Curmi... - 0:lH) p.m.
Arrives at Cairo :-'0
UakliiK close connections lo and from all
points but and North, at Indluuuiuills and Cin
cinnati , aiul tu and IVoiu all points boutU and
West of L'alro liy rail and rler.
MOl'NUCITT AL'COMUOIIATION,
The Mound City Accommodation runs Wed
nesday and SatnnUy.
leaves Cairo U:'i5 and 3:00p. in.
leaves Uouud City 1 .15uml !::n ii. in,
m7b. ooodrioh, h. l. siorrill.
lien' Ticket Ai;'t. Cenrrul him't
O"l'or iiiformatluii relutUc to rates ami con
lecllous, apply to JAMKS IllUtiS,
beclli
I lenei AL-enl
TCAM HO ATM.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
--KOH-
Paducab, Shawneotown, Evans
ville, LouiBvilio, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
'the iinriallrl side-wheel I turner
IDLE WILD,
D. U
Vat I
...Master.
Will lwve Kv-auivUU fur t'ulrottry MOSHaV
.A'l'lIIIIIUIilV ait A i-t j lite lr it
It. TllOMAB.
. Clerk
Ltava Cairo every TUKHU A Y und r'ltlHAV.Bl
S o'clock y. m..
The eleicant ilde-irbeel steamer
ARKANSAS BELLE,
Bcm Uowabu Muster.
WALTKH B. I'KKNINIJTONm..m- Clerk.
Will leave Kvanstlllo for Cairo every TUV.H
DAY and KUI DAY at 4 o'clock p. m,
Will leave Cairo every WKDNhdDAYandHAT.
UHUAY at 0 o'clock p. ui.
Tae elegant tide-wheel steamer
FAT. CLEBURNE,
MM Oorr Muslir
MAT. WlLLIAMl Clerk.
Leaves Kvauavllle for Cairo every WKDKKtt
9AY and NA1 UHAIIY at 5 p. in.
Mavat cairo every niuilKHAV and SUNDAY
p.m.
m boat makes close connections at (tiro
rtt-cuws steamers for Kt. luj, Mem.
.Mil Wa. flttu... un., ... ....... I.... i...
lIV. V."vM,t.""1. " ""aiislllB Willi
l.tC. 11. It for illlKiliiU,rllii.'i.l
aaAarttatiMt IxmUvllle Mall Ktranu-ra I',.l.mI
: faeeB U Ciir Ohio, kIvIiik thrniixh rc
eayaa oa ritUls and pasneuKtrs to all poinla
t Farlurtlirlaforniatlonaiply to
UI.. BU.YKH. t'aaaeuger AkiuI.
IIAMJUAY BIIOH., I .
J.M.HIII.I.Il'8. 'lAKCUts.
U. J.UUAMUKK.
lent and General freight Aa-enl.
ly. Krantrlllelii'llHiiii,
3
mm
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PARAGRAPHS.
A .vouiij: man oonvortcil by ruvlvnl
lets In Henry, III., Is at tin' point of ikuUi
witli lirnln rctor. Uls fens.- ofsliilulnce
was of mi exnjsiii'ratcil sort. Jlrnryls
tlio plnt-o where (Iciiilennlnjr Imi koiio.
A woman of IVkln, III., was asked
by tier inlnltter If licr lmliaiiil ft-areil the
Lord. She repllid, "Kenrhhn! HIcm
you, he Is so nreatd of him that ho never
goes out ot n Sunday without taking his
gun along.'
The SprliiRllelU roii uniharltably
myi that Charles llradlaugh was
MreiigthciH'd In hN de-lrc to get back to
the more genial ollmatu of Knglaml hy
the fact that n rich nduilrer recently dlud
and lea him it lortmic.
Four nrtlit arc forever at work In
the rrtlzl ralaec at I'loreuce copying n
picture of Fnt Angcllco, 'a "tryptlch,"
with n border ot heavenly mtnlclans. It
takes eight days to make a copy, which
dells (or sixty to eighty franc.''.
Dr. Clay Maddux broke the gln hi
two (how ease while trying to cowhide
a Italtluiore .storekeeper, and not a single
blow reached the Intended recipient. The
damage that tho awkward physician will
have to iiay-' '"' i"n
j-ranch Adam t; ' " ,
terlo the Quiney r i
three-four'"' 01 1110 ,,not', 111 unsK tie
n),ln,i..i the public libraries arc ''vapid
.u sensational." lie thinks that)parents
ought to guide the children's taste In the
choice of reading more than they do.
Ada Koy, the nctrc., was married in
Cincinnati to lohtt . Foster, an actor.
Alter three days of honeymoon she has
tiled for a divorce ; and Foster has also
been arrested for perjury, the nceusatlon
being that hi getting a license for the
marriage, he falsely swore Miss Foy was
over eighteen years old.
A SPECIALTY.
The llru.KTis prinllnir
establishment makes
spiclully of Hill lleu.1i;
Nole Heads, Illcr Hind"
Stiiltinents, CtiiU, I .tc. Ixxik at these prices
Mimll sue hill heiidn, per lo.u $1 in
Mil III III she hill hcudi, pel' thoilnmd 'J
All on rmiiteen pound ppcr, CuilUle mills
ruled two cents per pmmd higher th.ni piiie
iiiil liy imy oilier olliec ruled to older nt the
mills rsxciully I'm' Ihls olllce,
Hl.itements, Ciiilysle, wr hi $:) (
Utlcr lleiuls, tiillyslc, jut H 4 Co
Nolc HendK, l'iolslr, per IKo X no
Visilliiciinl lierpnckiiKe T.V:
llinlnes ivinls. No. I :i-ply lliilol lioatil,
iierl'KKi ti M to I no
IIiihIikoh c;ii'l', N'n I blank, per lnoo a 00
tJiurier-Mif e t , luir-nheet, full-sliret nml three
sheet H,trrs, nml oilmtil Work below M. 1)111
lirieeM.
rnmnhlil. l.uok Work untl 1'ilcc I.Uts miide
II Hperinny.
BOBBINS'
COMMERCIAL AVE.,
CAUIO ILL
Pianos and Organs
SHEET MUSIC AND
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
EVERY DESCRIPTION.
HALLET. DAVIS & CO.'S
PIANOS
Of World wido Reputation.
Acknowledged by all nood Musicians lo be the
uesi 1'iauo now mime,
rpina anBAT VKXOK PIANO.
Of whldi we liavo ol:l ovor 400 ilunne;
ini-itu ) vnia jiuni, ui.x'iiiiiiii moro ami more
popular every uny.
SMITH'S AMRICAN organ,
Splendid tone, I'owor and Durability.
Kimball's Orohestral Organ,
A very lino Instrument, adapted to Instru
mental ns well as vocal imiIc.
AM. THK AllOVK AUK OKKKItHI) ON
Kasy .Monthly l'nymcntH, at low llirnres
regardless ol List I'l ices.
sheet mum
In grest variety, inelinhng all tho new
and popular uiueio of the duy.
Orders from tho Country
promptly llllod and sent
by mall.
VIOLINS GUITARS BANJOS
ACCORDEONS, CLARINETS
FLUTES,
PICOLOS
TAMBORINES
KHUNCH IIAKPS, HTC, KTC.
Band Instruments of all Kinds
t urr.li.hcd to Order.
TRIM08 0B VI0LIM8, OU1TAUB, ETC.
1)1 tlio Host Quality.
Classical Studies and Exercises
Of all grades for Piano or Voice.
tgrKvery dunrlutlon of Musical Mir.
ctiamllho lui nlsliud to order, promptly nml
ut prices lower man etcr nuclei! pernio
KNCY AISO Or"
ROGER'S ELEGANT STATUARY.
Kuiiil for Illustrated C'ataloxuu ami I'rU
I.Ut of those teautlnil groupes,
All Goods Warranted as Seprtiented.
AddrcfH,
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAP,
Cairo, Illinois.
FOR TlTmSTT'
Till! hair of abri.'k Iiouac, rontaluliiK four
rooms, coiner r lllwiitli ami Cedar street,
HAMI
U2
IliiliUnr nml 4'iir!n
Tlieiv Is scarcely n hraiich of liiuimn
lndii"try lit which India Uuhher has not
In some form found Its way. Although
widely known and ucd, hut few nte
aware of Its medlenitl virtues and great
curative properties. Practical experi
ment has proven that It is u natural res
ojivolr ol electricity, containing more
than any known subitanen or compound.
Owing to tills fact it has been used with
success in curing Nervous complaints
and Itheuiiiatlsiii that were Invulnerable
to drugs.
It ha also been discovered that hull
Kubber possesses r.ll tin properties valu
able as a specllle for Pulmonary com
plaints and euro many forms of Con
sumption and r.ung illm-nscs. Combined
with Capclnn It Is unparalleled ns a Pain
ltellover, whether external or Internal,
Nearly all the Surgeons have adopted
Hon account of Its great healing prop
erties. The mint ellectual way of ulng the
article N In tho form of u perforated phis
ter. Tho extensive use ol ordinary Per
forated or Porous Plasters is a testimony
to Its merit.
The onlv objection ever lound with the
ordinary lluhbcr Porous PlaMcr Is that
It acts too slowly reunlriuir davs and
continuous wear to relievo ,'pahi or to
filed ii cure.
A celebrated physician of New York,
who nas long mane tin medical proper
ties or rubber a study, has succeeded In
making n great improvement in Porous
I'lasicrs uy introducing t apeine, which
overcomes nil tliu lormer objections,
causln'' the Plaster to do hi n tew mo-
incuts or hours, that which It formerly
ii-miiMi uuy ur wecKs. ,,iirtute injrroiii
CaWiocd as an external remedy. Jt
operates w ith astonishing vigor and re
lieve pain Immediately. Its curative
properties have, become so famous that
an enterprUlng linn in New York, took
It hi hand, mid by bringing Capelne
Plaster to the attention of phNlclsians.
have met with unprecedented success.
The article Is known as lleimon's Cap
cine Plaster. The prico Is the kiiiiii n
tho ordinary Porous plaster, 25 cents,
hvery druggist has the in.
Si'..iit'it. .louxsox, Agents. N. Y.
ll.titci.AY linos., Agents, Cairo, Ills;
12-KS-lm,
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK. CAIRO
orricK.nn
A It. HA Kill III), President.
H H TAYI.OII, Vice President.
W. IIY.sl.op, fie.!' y and 'lieusuier.
KiiiKCTons:
1. M. IlAIICf.AY, Chas. Mamqiikii,
V. M .STOCKKLKTII, 1'Al'I.U. Sciiuii.
It. II,
Cc.nninoham, II I,, IIAI.UUAV.
I. M. I'lllLLIIS.
1 Nri'.llKST puid on deposits nt the rate of ix
.L percent ieriiiinum, Mmeh lstnnil Htptem-Ik'I-
1st. Inti rest not withdrawn Is added imim
d nlely lo the principal of the deMjslts, thereby
KUinit them compound interest,
Married Womon and Children may
DopoB.it Monoy and no ono
olso can draw it.
Open every binlnessduy lroiii!).i.ni. to 3 p.m.
and i-iitiiriliiy evenings lor mivIiiits depos.ls only
from C to s o'clock.
W. HYSLQP. Tra'aanror.
THE ,
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLIlfOIS.
CAPITAL, - - $100,000
orriCEit.
W. I HAI.I.IDAY, President.
itlONUV I.. HAI.I.IDAY, Vice I'lest
A II SAKI'(Htl). Cashier.
WAIlKIt IIYai.Ol', As3'tCuhler.
HIIIKl.TOhS
SrAATS TAYI.OII, 11. II. ClISNINOIIAM.
I.. llAI.LIUAY, W. 1. llALI.IUAV,
1), William-ox, Utki-iiks Uiiio,
A. II, Savtoku
Exobango, Coin and United Stutos
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DICl'OSITS recelveil nml a general kiuVIng
hllsluess done,
F. Ilrnsi. l'nvidenl. II WelH. Cinhler
I' Neu", Vice I'res't. T. .1. lierth, Asst. Cimh'r,
T
J
Corner Cominorcliil Avo. and 8th Strt,
OAinO, XXjXiS.
DlliKCTOltS:
llnm, Cairo, Wm, Kliiue, Culro.
Nell'. Cairo. Will. Woll'e. Culin.-
A. SiiHuukii. Culm. It. I., llllliuirslcr. Si. LoiiIh.
K. Huiler, (.'ill in. ii. Wells, (.'alio.
r. ii. iiruikiiiun, ti. Louis.
A Ui-iieinl llmikliiir UiiMlnoNN Done.
0"KeliaiiL'e sold nml bought. Interest linld
n tin1 Sal Iiiim Deiitirlmeiit. Collections made.
und nil husiuess in umptly utteiidcd to.
ff ROVER &
S
II
NEW IMPROVKD
SHUTTLE 8TIT0R
SEWTOB MACHINES
AJIE IUE VXHY BKHX IN USE,
Liberal terms to Agents and lh Trade.
Price tUt and Teruis ou application.
Address, OROVCU A 11AKER 8. M. CO.
150 state St., Chicago, IX
VO.VJ7F CAN JIJS MADE)
I'.'-IOhUihI-Iiii,
4!I.IK;t.H, n Mib-,11.
lutu lor tlio common
privy lire bcllcr llniii
wuter CloM'ts) C4iii U'
iineit In nny room
splendhl for inviillils,
heud fori'lii'iilur.
It'll A- llrrt'tt',
AKents, Mi ."t.ilc , CIiIisko-
I.' -7 eoj lin
Scr
n m ii
CAIRO,
xxjXjXrxroxfii.
'J'ho Trustoos of tho Cairo City
Proporty desire to call public attention
to the ineilts.ortlii'lr property, compris
ing n conslderabl portion of the City of
Cairo. In Alexander County, In the State
of Illinois, I'lid limit! Immediately adja
cent thereto.
This cltv. as Is Well known. Is s'luntedat
the commence of tie Ohio and Mlstdsslppl
rucrs, at tneiieimoi uniniorupicu mtvigii
tlouontlio Mlnslsdi pi, bo! n? below ob
structions by ice la Hie winter and low
water In sumincr, and thus has a clear and
open river communication nt all times over
tlio Mlpslsidppl and Its tributarily, with all
the country Houtli. to llio tiult ol Mexico
and tbo Atlantic Ocean. Cairo hasntso the
same character ul lommunlcatlon with all
by It, when MOSe" lrcUi aTvviyi ilowlutf
game bv loaon oi ice or ion water.
llclorethc era of Unllronils, Cairo had a
cominaudinK position as a centre of com
merce and navigation. This Importance ol
position i-he ftlll possoKc.H, but tin:' now the
additional advantage ol being a great rail
road centre, a number ot the most Import
ant railroads In tho Valloy ol the Mississippi
converging to and haunr their termini
there. Anions these, coming from the north
are tlio great Illinois Central Itailroml,
which traverses tho ontlre btatu of Illinois
Iroiujitscxtrcnio northern and north-ci&tcru
to its southern limits, and by Its connections
extends Into all tho great northwostcru
grain producing State ; the Cairo und Vln
comies, extending from Cairo to the City ot
Vinccnues. In the .State of Indians, whero
its connections uli'ord direct railroad com
inunlcutions with all Ka-tcrn cities : and
tho Cairo .V St. Louis Itallroad, artonlhig a
direct railroad communication with Hie
City ot St. l.ouls mid all the railroads edi
toring there. The roads coming Irom tho
Mouth uro the Now Orleans, .Jackson and
(Ircat Northern ami the Mobile and Ohio
Hullroads, which give direct railroad com
munication with tlio cities of Mobile nml
New Orleans, ami otlu r .Southern Atlantic
sea ports, ami by connecting roads with all
the country couth of Cairo; and coining
Irom the southwest Mho Cairn, Arkansas
and Texas Itallroad, which afl'ords similar
communication with Southern MIourl,
Arkansas and Texas, and tho principal cit
ies of those States. This last-named road
will give, also, direct connection with the
Texas und l'uci lie Iloadwhen It is comple
ted, thus giving direct communication with
tho principal port ol tho Pacific Ocean
These railroads, terminating at Cairo, are
now all completed and in successful opera
tion, tliosu In Illinois coming into the city
on a bank ol each ol tho rivers, Ohio and
Mississippi, and terminating at their contin
ence, lluis encircling the city. Tho Holly
Springs, DrowAsvlllo and Ohio Kivcr itall
road, and tho CiMb and Tennessee Klver
Itallroad, which dll both terminate at
Cairo, are In coun-o of construction and will
soon bo computed, and other railroads both
in Illinois and In States smith or the Ohio
river, which will a'.so terminate at Culro,
are projocted, ami arrangements made to
build them. Tho construction of these
will greatly Increase the riilroud communi
cations of Ctiro.
Its central location In thegrest Valley of
the Miiilsslppi.und the great Wealth of river
and railroad i-oaiimiuleatiou, gives to Culro
unsurpassed uth'imtuL'c as a commercial
point, as it allbrls to her easy nud cheap ac
cess to all the train producing districts ot
theNorth and'West.Hudpltnllaraccessto all
the agricultural produce consumers of tho
South, thus prftculitig tho best location In
tho Wcstlorun Interchange of tho respect
Ire northern ail.! southern commodities and
pro'liictlons
,A a manufacturing location tho position
ol Culro is not less Important. The crude
materials of every description, which con
stltuto the elements of manufactured arti
cles, abound on every sldo, Iron oro, coal,
ofMipoiior quality, and timber of every
character, moro than others, being easily
and choaply aeocslblo, und tho rich agri
cultural region of the immediate neighbor
hood, us well as the more remote districts
reiidered tributary to it by river and rail,
furnish HtipplicHoi the ueconsarlesof life in
such abundance as to render living except
ionally cheap. When the manufactured artl-
c1fa nrn nrnJnnml. I bn r,inlllfl..u Air .tian
distribution by river and rail are not
equalled.
Cairo hag a moral. lutelUe-onl. liberal and
enterprising population of about 12,000 has
i superior system oi piiouc ecnoois, which,
wiiu tuners conducted ny private enter
prise, afford unsurpisscd eitucailoual ad
vantagesIs pjksessod of well-established
churches of nearly every denomination
iris puuin una pmaio buildings oi a vlipo-
nor cuuracier nas a climate, which tor sa
lubrity and healthful liitluenees cannot bo
surpassed has a well-regulated and ef-
llcient liiunlclpul organization, its xtreels
lighted with gas, and other metropolitan ad-
vuuiuecs. wiucii mauu it nitiiuv ties raruu
and In reality not lo lie ccnllnd as a ilui
oi permaiieiii wir,
I.Alxililil Itiftil 111 Puipn um itnw nfT.if tji
ut
pnasva win v inn "iiiitii hi
L'i v iuw luu'L'a. nuonuiiK lavonuuu ojtpor
tuuuluH to nurctiutto, uutl tlio owners itro-
..., II... II I. II am- 1
tlllil'sslininiit ni nniiiiiioroUl ntnim ..I i
tf v a luiiiiiii mil iltailtllitl. illl
Ing eulorpiises, and tho host locality in tho
'vhii ,j iv, u,u ,i(,t:.,iiii;uiui liliai
S. STAATS TAYI.OII,
KDWIN 1'AliHONS.
rtistoos, cle,
Caiuo, Ii.i.., May 1st, Ib7.
0-10-tl
Cheap . Lands
IN TUB ORBAT fJOUTHWE&Tt
TheLillle tlork nnil Fort Hmltli Hallway coin
pony It 'idling, nt 'eeitlonnily low
lirlcen rtiul mi irrniN li null ixireluis
era, old,
ONE MILLION ACRES
of their magnificent grant, on either 'side and
within twenty miles, in Ihelrroiid. Admlrahly
sillied for production or Com, Cotton, Cinlu,
(Irnss, Fruits, mid nil olhir Northern crops.
Winters mv mild, permitting out-door labor for
eleven months. Soli fertile beyond precedent
No gnisshoppejn, no drought. Mei'lnl Induce-'
liienls foreitiiblishment of nunulnctorles. for
clrculsrM.nddress W. D. HI.ACK, fjind Com
missioner, Little Hock, AlkiiiKns.
(IN ii lny nt home,
iinlld lerms lice,
Mnlno.
Agents wanted Out 111
Tltl.K A CO., Augusta,
77rcma);
m Costs
A WK.Klt' miumnleeit to nml,. mid
female agents In Ihelr locality.
Costs nolhliiK lo try It Particulars
P. O. VICKKItY ACO.,
Augusla, Me.
MINI) IIKAD1MI, PUYUIIOMANCY, KAS-
nml Murrlsgu (lulde, shoulng how ellher sex
may fascinata ntidgaiiin the hue and mlcellon
oriiny iierson they ehoote Itistuntly. 4111 pages,
Hy mail ' els. Hunt A Co., I.'l'ta. Tth St, I'hlla.
fl rm ririAui;.vi8 wantiil b
Lav I II II lv new Inventions,!
Ill Mm Ininl ofirreut viibie lo i
sW Wlhidy. Ilnut protll
airents KI'llltAIM IIKOW.V, lwell, M
ftfi tn9i20L".'r''l,'n,u0""'' Rumples worth
? .TrV:' fn. felinson A Company,
Pnrllund. Maine.
ADVERTISE IN
WEEKLIES,
HALF - PRICE
S ml li.r our Catalogue
ON THE LIST PLAN.
I'm- Information, address
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO.,
II I'irk Itini. oh York.
l.'-l'i-ilAwlw.
StJo.Modioal
INSTITUTE.
i' ' liiiMd as a Mm from Qoacktrr.
rpili: only plaeo where a sure cure can be re
4. lied upon J.iltt,. la icpuwl in ,o way of
. .. iii .i "I ""'"on oi me uistllinioii
s well known throughout the West Call und
I convinced Unit this in the taigct and most
I'onipletelnMltutlonorihe kind In America Vor
he mecessnil treidment of nil Cluonio M-xual.
. . mi'" V.'"'""1 llseaesoriKilh scxm.siicli
as feJP.hll s, t.oiioriho'a, lilevt, Mriclurv, itail
" V v .'.'.V VJi llllll, lllioo. ,c, AM
urinary and syiihllltic ni'incrciirlal affections ot
the Ihroiit, skin or Ixines are treated with un-
thiee to flu-days. .Syphilis cureil in froin live
nVv.o. viuiiorrnoa cureil Iii from
lo ten i
uajs. oer I7,'j,o cases cureil, .Nmilnul
.. i ,7 i ni.' 1 1 . "" '"' ism losses, ex-
w.'ebl , '.'?i, "'::L , !V',m";,.ic;' f
- ..p. ...... rvn-uuiiae in yoiiin, hex-
iiilexwssi's In insluur years, and all Imiasll-
......... .v, ,i.,uiip, I'.iiiiuneniiy cured without
mereiirv or any oilier mineral imlson. Patients
at n distance treated by letter. Mnllclnes sent
ii-Hiiere. loiuigmen who have become the
ilrl III', nf .nllli.V,. e n.. .1 ..... .
..... .; V T i . """ oriiuuui anil ue-
sliuctite hiiblt which uuniiiilly tuu.ps to uu un
timely grate thou-ands of young men ot the
i . .. ;""" uiiiniiiii iiiitueci, wno
" jRlit otherwise liavuoiitrannsl lisfenliiB. Senate
... .i i eiwiiieiiee, or nskeilto
V.tf?V '"B.bre-may call Willi full cimll-
...... . ....... ,,.,,,, jniinir innii. II. e nriie
ii i iY! "'C,,U. 'nKO'l'Ispaienls.tbnnld
7..;,.7i if i !' " loo-pecu iiuu injoy
Iilfiits ol lite, by the conwoieneea otilelaiinK
Vl uiV i.. i i l '.,u' 1 '""iiiKing in ii eei-
,.,., jktmiiiji inuai, iiilou'
contemplating ninrrlage, rellect that n sound
lllillil mill lunlv aw. ,1... . . . ..,
...... . ...... .j n. HcetMiry rcuuisun.
o promote conniililul liapplia.s, imlctil Itltotit
ii i ' iiiiuiikiiiiii' ne'coiues aweary
v f "i'i"?"' ,"if'r"'l'- t hourly darkens to the
uud filled with inelHiicholly rrllirllnns that the
happiness ol uiiollier is bllglitcl w ills our own.
lo aliening young men we would say, do not
keep this socivci lo yourself and your (iod until
: "i i "" u ilium nun leu you u w l ii'k ol
humanity, , u curbc to yourself and u bmdcii to
""'' 11 Jounre entaiixlciliii llio snare of
i.; .V. . . . . 1 1 "I.'-1 "osepu .neoicai
Institute lor Ireatment, and hivoiae once more u
-4- a ur K"i,ra",,''J "r money refundeil
m ' .i,,i u,i,-r, u,,i, iiiiiniiuiienis 10
Marriage treatwl with hufelyaud success.
EJ"A great iniillcjil bookund secn-ts for ladles
aiiilireiils. Sent free for two stnnins.
.Mtiliisi hi. .lo-eph Medical limlilule. Francis
.Street, lu'ltei-un s,.....,l .....l ! .
Missouri. tflr-ll.'jldiw.lv. '
PONDS
EXTRACT
riio Fooplo's Romody.
Tho universal Pain Ext actor.
Note :
AKt0J PonrV" Extract.
Take uo other.
'Hem: forl'WIIIsiienkof excellent things,
FOR
I nj u rl c to Man or Ileus U,
Falls. llruies.
Sitrnliia, siprulns, Contu
sions, uisfocations.
i'rnelnrcN, Cuts, Ijirxra
tisl or Incised Wounds.
Swellings'. burns, Scalds,
Sunburns,
'I
iiccuiiitf i.iingN, or
.SlilttlllL'of Illond.
Nohu Illerd, and llleed-
lug Hums or Teeth.
Vnmltliiuror lllootland
llloody Discliarges.
Illa - lllcullug Piles,
' Illlnd Piles, (Infallible.)
Tootliiielio,l;unictie,Neii-
raluln. Hwellnl Faco.
EXTRACT
ItliOtiiuiitlHtii, Ulicuma.
tic Swelling or Soreness ,
Nltiriit'HN or Soreness,
I.uiiiliaKo. Ijime Hack,
Mor Tliniiit orUiilnsy,
In 11 umed Tonsils.
IXiillierln, llrouehl-
eihi Aniiniif.
Sore or Inflamed Kyes or
I'.yvuua,
Ciilnrrli, Leucorrheai,
lllarrliea. Iivsenierv.
Murv Nliinlea, Inthimed
111 east.
1-iiiiiful or too Prot'iHt
Montlilles,
Milk I.'r, Ovarian Dis
ems and Tumors.
PEOPLE'S
irlili.ni I'liniiiliilni
REMEDY,!
Onivel and Strangury,
ChnlliiKN and Kxcoria-
lions or miiints, or
Adults.
VMrlcoae) Vein. Kn
larL'ed or Inllumeil V,.lna
'ion
EXTERNAL
ANII
UUeni, Old Hores, Inter-
uai uiceruiious,
Holla, Cuibuncles, Tu
mora, lint siv..iii,i
INTERNAL
I'oritN aiid llunions, dial-
... "r ""re rm,
Iliiillnira.llurncssorSiid
lb, i:..iij
USE.
IVIoii orWhitbnv, Frost-
in i.iiiina or rails,
Moulin I to mtrx. Insccl
flings, Chapped Hands.
I'ONIVN KJTHACi Is lor saleby all Ural.
J!"?." .f "f!"1 ri,M,,'H,"1 liiliieadi"hy
all Druggists, Physicians, and .erj'
lioily wholma ivr useillt.
fHUiihlt containing lll.tory ami Uses mail-
Dnnrglsl's11'1 ' lr"u' fl"""1 ",ol,r
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
ii..6.i3.a.y.N,,wY"r,t ,,,,,, ,'UMUUH-
1
Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral,
For Dlioasos of tho Throat .and Lungl,
auoh oa Uouaha, Oolde, Whooptn.
Cough, Uronohitli, Asthma,
and Consumption.
Amnnr Ihfl flTSal
discoveries of mod
ern science, few are
oi more rcai vaiuo
(ft mnnklnil Ihfln
this elfcctual rem-
eilv for all dlteaiei
of' tho Throat and
I.ungi. A vnvt tri
al of Its virtues,
throughout this and
other countries, has
.linan Mint It ,liw.
surely nml effectually control them. I lie tes
timony of our licit eltlicn, of nil cuusei, ei
tabltsliei tho fact, that OlIKliKY I'r.crouAt,
will nnd.iWs relieve und cure the umictiiig
(liiorilei of tho 'I hroat nud Lungs beyond any
other medicine. '1 lie most dangerous alTee.
lions of tliu Pulmonary Organs yield to Its
power; and c:ic of Consumption, cureJ
bv this preparation, tire publicly known, 10
r.'iutil. ililc' nt hirillv to be believed, wero
tli not proven bevond dispute. A arem
c'l It N nilenuate, ou which the public may
re.'v lor full pinteciiim. Hy curing Coughs,
tlic. r.ireruuu"rs of moro serious disease, It
avo uaimmlicicil live', mid nn amount of
full'erinj not to he computed. It challenges
triil, and convinces tho most sceptical.
Kvcry family should keen It on hand n a
protection nialn't the earlv nnJ unpeicelvcd
attacks of I'lilinonnrv Alfectlon', which nro
ca-ily met tit first, but which become Incura
ble, and too often fatal, If neglected. Tender
lungs need this defence i anil it l unwise to
be without It. At n safeguard to children,
tjrjdJLlli.i)ltrMjjui ilheasos which beset the
Pl-CToii.lt. Is Invaluable for, by Its tUaely
ue, iii'iltltndes nre rcseued from premature
grave, nud saved to the love nml affection
ccuticd ou them. It nets speedily nud surely
ng.ilmt ordinary cold', securing sound nml
health-restoring sleep. No one will suffer
troublesome Influenza nml painful Ilron
chills, when they know how easily they can
bo cured.
Originally (ho product of long, laborious
nnd successful chemical Investigation, no cost
nr bill Is i,nrn,l lit ni.ikfnrr cverv iKittlo in tho
utmost jiosslbio perfection. It may be confi
dently relied upon ns possessing nil tho vir
tues 'it has ever exhibited, and capable of
rinsluclng cures tu memorable ui the greatest
t has ever effected.
I'HKPAIIEO BY
Or, J, C. AYER 6t CO., Lowell, Mats.,
Practical and Analytical Chemiat.
aou nr all dhuuoibts kvkrtwiiib,
JLALUSi
iVEQETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR
ENEWEIt
Every year increases the pojniluri
ty of this valuable Hair lrci:iratioii ;
which is due. to merit alone. Wo
can assure our old patrons that it is
kept fully up to its high .standard;
and it in the only reliable and perfect
ed preparation for lestorine; Guay
on Fadkd IIaih to its youthful color,
making it Boft,. lustrous, und silken.
The Kcalp, hy its) use, becomes whito
and clean. It removes all eruptions
nud dandruff, and, by its tonic prop
erties, prevents! the hn'tr from falling
out, as it (stimulates and nouri-dics
the hair-plands. Hy its tiso, the hair
crows thicker and stronger. In
baldness, it restores the capillary
glands to their normal vigor, ami
will create a new growth, except in
extreme old age. It is the most eco
nomical IIaiu DnussiNO ever used,
as it requires fewer applications,
and gives the hair a Hplendid, glossy
appearance. A. A. Htfyes, M.I.,
State Assayerof Massachusetts, says,
"The constituent: nro pure, ami care
fully selected for excellent (itiality;
and I consider it the lli:sr I'iikpa
i:ation lor its intended purposes."
Soil Ij nil Drugoliti, awl Dealcrj in Miiliclncs,
Frloo Ono Dollar.
Buckingham's Dye.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
As our Mciiower in many case.-
requires too long a time, and too
much care, to restore gray or faded
Whiskers, wo have prepared this
dye, in one preparation j which will
iiiiiekly and effectually accomplish
this result. It is easily applied,
and produces a color which will
neither rub nor wash off. Sold by
all Druggists. Price Fifty Cents.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA. N.U.
BV iasaMSlaa. r.llal
aa4 paalUta
BBwsrTTxa.si
aasaSBaaaaB,w aauRNtl BOILS. CORNS.
UNIONSroUTS'AuM
kjsiNB, tiLGiaii, aosiaa, aio.
urauuu aara iu isoiuilii. rraparMir)
rirUKKB A CO, UaDaafkwaBi., CUeia.
Barclay Bro's.,
Wholesale Druggists,
CAIRO, ILLS.
U-l-slly.
SherilTi Sale.
BY vlitue orflve certain executions to me ill
rvctcd by the clerk or the circuit court of Al
exander county, In the State or Illinois, in favor
of Charles U. Puller and William Wolf, 111 in ol'
C. O. Patler A Co. , aad nicalnst James Carroll,
I have levied upon Die following described prop
erty, In the first addition to Hie city of Cairo,
county of Alexander and Ntatcof Illinois, to
wit: I.ot numbered one (I) tn block numbered
twenty-eight (H) , as the property jif the said
James Carroll, which 1 shall offer at public sale
at the south-east door of the court house In the
city of Cairo, in the county of Alexander and
State of Illinois, on the 31st day of December,
A.D. IBIS, at eleven o'clock, a. m., of said day,
for cash, to satisfy said Kxecutlon.
AI.KX. Jl. IltVI.V,
Sheriff of Alexander Couuty, Illinois,
Cairo, Ills., December l, 187.1. U-lu-dtd.
Adainiitrator'a Hotice.
Ei'.'ATK of 9JU 1' Parker, Hcceused.
IhctiuderslRiiea uuvius been aiinolutcd Ad
mlnlsirator of the estate of Dyus 'l . Parker late
ol the cannty or Alexander and State or Illinois,
deceased, heieby gives notice that he will ap
peal' before the county court of Alexander conn
ty.nt tho court house in the city of Calm, Illi
nois, at the January term, on the third Monday
u January next, at which lime all lursons luv
lug claims lurainst said catato ore notified nnd
rc.tieelrd to attend for the purpose or havlna the
same adjusted. All ersoii iudebled to sai3 es
ate are reiiested lo make Immediate payment
lo the undendirnnl,
Dated Ihls ard day of December. At. 187o.
i . .. i,. 1MOUKl' CUNMNOUAM,
. --!l"'"!r't Administrator.
Samaritia' Kerrin?
i
Tho Klyat Nerve Conquror. cure Epileptic Fits.
Convulsions, Siiaains, Ht. Vllua Dance, and all
Nert ous Diseasesi the only known soitlve rem
ely for Kplleiitio Vita. It lias been tested by
thousand ami has never been known lo rail In a
single caau. 'I'rlal package free. Kuelose stamp
lor circular giving evidence of cures.
Address, DK. a. A. UICIIMOND,
10-13-illy Ilox T41, Ml.Josvph, AIo.
. sassYO" Bami . tX. " ---
1dm.
t'oMtlf MMeau Solicited.
Kailaliicuaa UttniAulccd,
Sam'l X. WIXOOIT,
ANII
Commission Merchant
Oor. Eighth St, and Commercial Ave,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
KKFKKEN08,BY PERM IMION !
V. Itlttrhhouse A llro. It. W. Miller,
iiimi , uro., i . aiacaie a tva,,
s-am'l Wilson, Sr.,
lira ! A VVnrui .
i;. ii vvoonviuiii
Peter Cnhl,
.1. II. Pblllls A Hon,
('uiiiiliiutinm A Stllwi
II, Al. Ilulcii,
Henry Bayers,
Ayers It Co.,
.1 II lf.-l
. . .., ..i.i, iiuiiij D.iriii
Cob McKealK, F. M., Sam'l Walltrs
obtained In the United
States, Canada, and Ku-
ro terms ns low as
those of nny other relia
ble house. Correspon
dence Invited In the t.u t
I lull nud f. rt'liin lani;uni;es, with Inventors, At
t i nr) a id Law, und other Solicitors, estieclally
with those who have hud llieir caies rejected In
the lisuds id other iitluriieys. In rejectnl cases
our fees ale reasonable, anil no charge Is made
utiles Me ate successful.
Is If you want a pat-
v tr-k4i-ksrv enl.seinlusamodel
nveniors.'i:Hi
eismln.il Ion at the wlrnt ofliee, and If we think
It uit(iitalile, will send you pniiera and advice,
and prosecute voiir case. Our iee Will be iu or
dinary CAM'S, it$,
III Dial or willten in matters it-
AdvieollgFpee
Kelt, i:.-CommlKslnnerof Puleiits,
ClevilMiid, Ohio O. 11 Kelley, I'm., Sec'v
Nallonsl (.rnii. Louis; lllr. Ky ; Commoilore
DanM Ammen, t . 8. N. , Wasliliiglon. I). 0.
, ,t:''.t',"! rr our "Oulde or obtain
Inn Patents," n lifKik nfffl pastes
Address i:-l.otil RaaKer Co., Sotlel.
torsori'atrnts, Wnshlnifluii, I). ('.
li-7-iUw-tr.
Cincinnati Pnrchasinji Ajency.
t rATABLIsHKU, lfO.
H.D. ROGERS ft CO.,
I'llOI'lllKTOItS.
We ife. I if to rn 1 1 1 h" at I en I ion
.if merrliaiil. In ll. lnl.il., l.t
our mMlif-l f,r lillinj oril'-ra f.rr anr klinl of nvrthsu
llsmor lnsiiiit.il nir"l ifixats tn l riiuiul In liil. Market,
rlisrcliiir milr a siimll s..iiiirnlslfii, t bus t-imblliiiC eouu
trr insrctisiit,tiiaiiiifiiitiiieif, fartt,er. Kiiit,lii1.f,stl
rliiw.,tu iTKiue n slllfl- Itirjr u,a, ,,wl, at II,-l'iwe-1
es.ti rrlre, tiiiliout Inciirrtns' lli njs-n' ,f
lomlnx ti. tlio rll) NimIouMs imi.1 I rulrrUior.1 l r
Ihofe rii.llnc Ihelr ci.l.'l. In lis but (lint llif-r still I
Islllifiitlr tl-ii.li,l lo. Juoti,tli.ii Intnl. I,M mi a rrllc'
ti'.n. M.lr.r rii i.tlif r firiirilliiKanirlrillhs
their sain., a.ri n.li.r.l, aii.l an nrler unite, II prmclka
llc. Ournfllre In lli . iiltmn n tli., Mi-rr limit-' Ki
clianz,sla,. aa West rourlh SllrsM-l. Ui lis
iiianriii-nil-rs arre.ifi.tanttr iMis.lhir, itlirtittiaUit
of farilltlea f,,r i-l,ll.ltin ,aiiitlr ef (irstii ant
niaiinr.cturnl Atllfl , nlilfli nMisi.Ur- unsr (o
lliw 'I'-irliifc'tMir fluir. Pfl fn (,r rlltulsr.
Dr.Jacquesg;
705 Chestnut st.v tt LouIt9 Mo.
kiyjll'll IIIBAbttiiT ftt4 UUlnAI sOIMMM.
listesjilrUT'Ut diivAacsMal If astortH UWllltjMI
i-ruttet)cs f fftir ssii DaBvMtrfmasV
BeataAl XaOMes. Ntrvous Vc tnutj ; SunlitVK.
D t4Klca. t4 llilt diaUs mUmU, Til 'iiasM f laltAt
U4f. MmwteM, 4rri4cf ftf, 1 rrlnT l lflj-. IbIIj aja,
IVuUMtt CaoJ.Uoft, taaMltf tnf Ut KftdMtTUM
f iveMMla ta4btJ tUo rtf Ut-tmli 9mtm f
UUc4OonrrbcM,Btiietur ttvi HptulU (tOl tmnu$
L3Uai hUA. l'i,Utrfial Vltt4Urraaa.IMvU.UrMt.
1 LotiMail Cf (lkM curt 4 f u, ctsU mo UuWft Oaf
Uinjyri,riwi4,tV(VJ t-tiw rrssiuAis-t ttwril wtuil
Ualct, fc in4 ut ikUl tsbt (-11-ertsrt.w. Waj b4
L&llem ftkel tr3tin-st tnttij tn4 rtfltl to ttiMj t,t
4ifiAtf4. Ccmj.jir?fi,Jro.ti)iifrsj, rrtrMJ
BOOK OP NATURE, .
CsttUlfiiM 148 lf tU4 MattWff of (tuwini.K.
atftry ro iftctft Mica, uj tt&rlaXf U estaiviu
&(iunltc.4ttAi4 fciTilili UsUr.trimdrair, IMuse
a,f I'M. t4 rvUhlif U lcf of I&t,tfcoo4 u4
mtatM4, EsilirtkU to kf fcwlUy, UMlfkl
lUUfst. VftftfiJ fe4lsl mrUm ml tamXf va, 1mA fr
twrirOoba) ut U ImUcbu of RiwrM lila. m
icirtlj avsa4. (nl vA m4it tor MB m,m.
AUfHi, Dr. Jinq 0ntral Mt4A0tl .toMltvts.
703 Cfaamut mr U Bu louu, ICO.
Dr. Whittier,
617 8t. Charles atreat, 81. Loula, Mo.
Ashlar Tstilst4.flV0l(llfs4rUffM, hi. lPf
Cac.llmb.fll UatUl.l 6f ftll VtOCTAt, 04SUM
and Cbronto IMaoaacsv IL.a mar aifese rs,uUa la m.
Lttl, at ear ft lliAV, ibl all c44 rwl W.U aaov.
Syphilis, Oonorrkaa, OleaL Strldare, Or
chitis, Heraia, or Rupture, all Urinary Diseases
and Svphihtio or mercurial affectlen of the
threat, skin or bonas, are tnaiaa alia aatallis
aof.u, latMl aoliaUM isiadslas. SUblf, fllvaulj.
8permatorrhoM, Sexual uebllity aad Impel
ancy, a. U. ranli at aW-.Su. la smi. aasaal aiMaaas
laauiararaan,aratliar aaaMa, aat srsuk ,is(mmh
cr It. fclbaUf afatui aarrniawia. analaal aailMtau,
l.tluir, dlncMi alaUtl, dafMUra M.aMfy. Uaalsa ca u,.
UC4. ,tril:aldK,a,tna uaoiM7.rr.aialsa.iaruiUai
ar Umi, icaa ar a.iaa poa-ar, u rstsaWtaf aaarrtafa
iopropswarualuppf',wafanaaaaauf euaS. raairabt
IS uai ralauaa la Hi aura, aiai la aaaiaa asTaMxi,
Ivrlve paaiM laau. OasuslutJaa al atmaa or t; aull
Cim. aai UTiia4, a If IraJlr tall ar aia aftaiaa aaau aoikiai.
Wlaa It Is lacnaTwiasi ta run Ua cur fe traaukau,
ncjKU.l caa U aaal Vf aipiaaa cr aU trrrraaara. Car
a t la casaa laaraawisl. aara dMttaalau It I. artulr asai-4.
OfflaaluiieA.at.Utr.al. aWara. It M. wl r.M.
PantahleLtO may addraea, fr Twe tUmpi.
MANHOOD
WOMANHOOD XMS
looaau.
Sent
I all . ,. Ma ma fWiia. '
Maakaod aad Waraaaaaed la Oartata, bvl
together, lllaetrtted, IS Ceale.7
MARRIAGE i Aftfe
im. i GUIDE.
Xlf aat eleth aad gilt blading, a salad fMe
0,ir In oa4r.l tfaa aWtaraa. us U IUa arUaKa aa
It. MUilu alJUlya asaj aaarrr. ", akr.
rmar a T aaarrr. Wlaarrrealaaad. Waia
k l, rtijikal eaaail ttt afl-cu nt atUMfr aa4 tia....
wuskouia aurrr I He Ula au4 Ursiaau j U laorajt.1.
Tta rtralolecr l R-iraiMilaa, aa4 aaasr Btara. Taaa
h.Hl.a.aaTanl.li. M.fri.H .l.MlLl F-aS 1L.
anaralira-Ua -.ratllca.l
-aaoilafi.lsB..haaa ka ataul kvall m
t Sl as b. tm mt all aoatt -raraoaa.
than leaked up,artlal4 itmbI orloaa.ailil. -fU.r
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alur.tMiaUiaiaul la aa an-auia rraauaa, aad sraru
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lta ooata.
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A BOOK FORJTHE MILLION;
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Guidt). ;
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Umi aaiaal a-alaai. aria. tk.
t.ta.l SUaa-siiaa la tka aataaaa al Mpf.4a.Uoa, araaarrlaa
Tbla la aa lauraMla vark af twa baalr-4 aa4 alsta
Ml". salUk aaaaaraaa eaira.l.ra. aa aaaulaa -alaaaia
lelaraatlaa ar (So, wba apa tuarrU as aoataaialal avas.
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II aaalalaa ta espartom a4 adrtaa mt akfalataa
tt r-ratallaa Ii vorbt wUa. aa abauUt ba ba kVaarf
aau tr aaar ar rmj aula aa Itaula Ua-aaabMt (ba caUr.
tlotia. II arabraoaa ar.ry U,l aa lb. aabjaat af tba (aaar.
U.'S tbat la wenb kaaa-Uf , aa siaak tbailaaua
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Alraa, Or. Btu' Diapnaar, Ka. II K. glaktb llraf
Bl LaaLi, H.
Nolle to the AMIetea Mt Ulrtuat.
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t.ublla aaprri, ur aslac aay uaek r-aaiaa, aanua Or.
aiu' aik. aa aiauar bat aai otaaaia la at (aw t-iAar.
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Or. BluaaaaalaiaaabUaMaaalsTatv.a-aaraotai
ll ladaraa k, waaa af Iba skmi aaaabrata aiattaal proba
aara af loll eoaatrf aa aotaaa, aa aaa M aaaaalia pbt.
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psva aa rarlara. Ha. if Martb Wtkib) alnbs, basHai
S4ainarS'Jael.llLUoli.lla.
A Book for the People.
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