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K. Badar,
. Walla. Cftlm.
man, M. Louis,
A ilottatal Basslslaa BawlMran Bone.
fl-Exchange sold ami bought. Interest paid
in inc naving irriarcmeiii. i.oiirciion niusie,
mm an oisineaa iirorapuj aiiciiiitii 10,
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City National Bank
" CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL.
1100,000
- Uuo(iTr7i.iiUlt. a
omen',
W.P HAI.T.IDAY, President. .
1IKNHY I.. IIALLIDAYr VlccPrcst,
A. II. NArruRIl, Cufalrr.
WALTKIt IIVM.OP, Ass'l Cashier.
V.
S. SrAATa MMKV.SfH, CcaCnrniu'w.
A ll. 8arroiu
l ' , , ' ' ' '
KxohngiJcpirfd.lliJtod'autM
Bonda Bought add Bold.
DF.POfMTfl.recclvsd tail general banking
business dona.
Enterprise Savings
' T BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL B Alf K, CAIRO
omciai:
A R. flAriTUUI). President.
H 8. TAYLOK, Vice President.
W. HYHLOP. rW'y and Treasurer.
DlmscTOiu;'
P.W. Uakxlat. Cm a. Uamoikr,
'. M HTucasUTII, VAUhlt. McnttH,
It. II Cl'XNIXOHAM. II L, llALLIUAY,
J. Jd.A'iiiuirs.
LNTEHEST paid on deposits at tbe nit of alx
percent r anumn. March Island Jwptem
ler 1st. Interest not wlU.drawn U added inline
llately to the princil of the dcjxulla, Hereby
llvlnic thrni compound luleteat
M arriod Women and Children may
Dopoait Monoy and no ono
olao oan draw it.
Open every bualuessday iynm9a.ni. lo .1 p.m.
J .Saturday evenlncs for a inns ileioalt unlr
roinO to 8 o'clock.
i W. HYattiOP, Traaanrr.
CHOICE nOIOSICALS FOft 1076.
The Leonard Scott1 Pub. Co,,
41 SAS0LA7 ST..NEW YOBE,
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Otrruturc, Sckni'f, and Art ; mid
UACKWOOD'I
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
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LanKuage. fainoua lor .STOIUKS, KSSAYS,
aud SKKTCllKS,
OF THfc'HIQHEBT LITtRARY MERIT.
TEUMS (IncluillngroBtage);:
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ror any two lUvlewi, 7 00 "
c-or any Uma-BtTiawk, 1000 "
Vor all four Iteviewi, 12 00 "
For Blackwood's Mag-
zlne, 4 00 "
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Heyiew, 7 00 "
For Blackwood and two
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For Blatkwood and tbroe
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lowed to elubi of. fonr or more oenoni
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Itevlew will be taut to oae addreti for
12 80, four coplei or tbe four Ueile we and
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Circulars with further particular! may be
bad on application.
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VOL. 7.
KRAI, K.3TATF. AUERT.
JOMV 0. HAJUfAW CO.
Real Estate
AND
HOUSE A.a-B3SrTS
0OLLE0T0B8;
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OotoiMuilea.
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OAIXO. ILLINOU.
POND'S . ,
EXTRACT
rho Pcoplo's Bcmody.
Tho UniTonal Fainxt actor.
Note : Aak for Pond'a Extract.
Take no other.
Ilrart for I will wak of xclknt tlilnjjs.'
FOR
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i.' 1 1 .1
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aiona, uiAiocauona.
Frnclureti, CuU, tact-ratal
or Inebeil Wound.
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annuuraa.
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H.lttinfrorUlou'l
Jfo Hleeil.aud HlmU
ins; Cutna or Trttli.
Vomltlngrar Blood anil
llloodr Uinclunrra.
POHO'S
I'llr Illlln 1'ilM.
Ill nil Pile. (Inrallltil I
Toollinrtir.Camchc.Neu.
ralRia, Swellul Face.
Bhrnmitllain, Kbtunui-
He Hwellini! orSnrvnr.a.
EXTRACT
NtliriieM or boreneaa.
I.uinMKO. iMtax Hack.
Hr Tfirout orQulnar,
InnaniflToualia.
nipllirrlii, llriinrhl-
Sore or Inflamol Ejca or
Kye-lld.
Cailitrrh, Ieucorrbea,
I Diarrhea, Djntery.
INore Nlnplen. nSamiI
II r iat
I'nlnrul ur loo Profuae
Mouttillea
MUk Iir. urarlan Ilia
rae and Tumora.
PEOPLE'S
Klilnpy Complaint.
RFUFnV Urarel and Stnunrur.
tiona or Infunu. or
AdulU.
Varlraar Kn
Inrvcd or IntUinnl Vrlna.
ITIrrre. Old Horra, Inter
nal Ulctratloui.
Roll, Carlmnclra, Tu
i... iii .
Iron
EXTERNAL
nmrnTiwiT inula, uvii iiiiijcs.
INTERNAL ami Ilunlona, Clial
I nl or Son? Kit.
'lika.i.iw II. ... I' - 1
USE.
Ult lialla.
t'elon orWhltlorr, Froat-
nl I.iinb. or I'arta.
MuHqullo llllra. In.tct
Bliiiaa CliaiKl llanda.
IMIMt'N KXTKACT la for sale by all llrnt
'lnn nrnaiciatN, ami rtcoinmuidol by
all Urtijrglala, Pliyticlnna, and cvery
Itiiily who ti km ever n.l It.
Pnniililpl ointalnliiK lllitnry and Uttt mall
fl frwoii upiillcailon, if not found ut your
DniKiit'a.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
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U3-.VU-.Uy
'A coiuplptc I'lrlorlnl lliainryor Ilia
Tliurit" "The nrat. i'hcni-al, hiiu
moat aiierraariil t'amlly lnier
In the I'ulou "
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S25
0AIKO, IliLINOia FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1876.
flit bulletin.
MORTON'S PLATFORM.
An i:iltnnlenr tlie Rfia;,IUbr Keaoln
tlon of the Intllaua Repuaiieana.
Aflrr recounting I lis rcoonl ol the Re
publican party, tho Indiana Republican
platform declare n follows :
. I. Will remain faithful to the National
Republican party.
2. Do not recognize the rightof any State
to Intcrlcrc In tho execution of nat'onal
laws.
3. IIold the Government of tho United
.States a nation, not mere confederation of
Stales.
5'i National and BUt governments Inde
pendent of MeM Within .their own proper
spheres.
(j. Willing and anxious to restore rela
tions between the North anal. South; not
willing to lorglve the unrepentant and not
willing to plaoe thoe who fought a(aliist
the Union on equality with those who
fought for It.
0. Preference to Union soldiers forofllec
as against amnesty con federates.
7. Believes tbo conduct of tbo civil cer
vice should recognize 'luallllcatloni and In
tjgrlty, not party service.
6. All men equal.
9. Inalsts on religious freedom and en
tire separation of church and State.
10. The revenue system should be so
regulated a to promote harmony between
labor and capital.
11. TaxM should bo licavieit on luxu
ries. 12. Itcpcal of tbe specie resumption
act.
13. Mtintalnance of tbo present system
of currency.
14. Applauds tbe financial policy of the
Republican party.
13. Opposo payment ol the Conlcderatc
debt or Confederate toiscs.
10. Demands economy In the adminis
tration of the .State and National govern
ment. 17. DcinaniN faithful administration or
the school lawi.
15. No laws In opposition to the wish ol
the majority.
19. Approves Orant's administration.
20. Presents Senator Morton to the
National Republican Convention for nom
ination for tbe presidency.
Tbo resolutions wcro adopted unani
mously. . ei
Sii'imtor Jones, Wirennil Ruby.
(Washington Correspondence Cle eland Plaln
ilealerj. There arc now fourctiators havlcg girl
ish wi I.-, and all of t licit) are Western men.
Senator Al)lon, of Iowa, must be twice as
old aa pretty Mrs. Allison; and If Ogetsby'a
whito head tclN the truth there Is a still
greater dlllercnce between his tweet wire
and himself. How eagerly we shall all call
upon Mrs. ChrUtlancy when the Senatorial
Thursday comes! Then there la Senator
Jonc., of Nevada, with his young wife
and baby! The umi-lon on Capital Hi'.! Is
finished, furnished and Inhabited at last.
Outside It looks Ilk some old castle stand
ing gray, grim and dctiant, but once past
lint otitcrdoor youlitid warxthand bright
ness and beauty. The great hall Is in itself a
reception room, from which a superb-staircase
climbs by sections to the upper stories.
I lie newel post Is of granite like the outside
walls, only lis fusees arc polished like mir
ror., bringing ovit a beauty of texture and
color ono would not suspect in tbe cold
stone. On tbo left you enter tho great drawing-room,
where carpets ot marvelous soft
ness fill all tho center of the floor, mectlrg
tbo raised border ;of Inlaid woods 'which
runs round nil tbe lower rosms. Tho cell
ing ii too beautiful for any verbal descrip
tion. Mr. Hall, tbe Boston artist, who dec
orated the whole house, has patented a pro
cess by which he produces effects n rarely
delicate aa any Jack Frost ever traced on
window panes. He chooses some bit of
cx(iiUlto lace with its fairy picture; tack
ing It to the wall, he stencils through the
meshes tha outline ol the pattern, and
altcrward tills lu at his leisure, There Is a
great deal ol this Ingenious worn through
out tho house, besides garlands of roses and
buds, quaint borders lu black and scarlet
and gold, and in tbo dining-room at rlther
end Mr, Hall has painted stags heads so
life-like that the great toft eyes seem to
give living glances; on ono side a cluster ot
birds with trailing wing, the painted pin
ions almost flutter and on the other a heap
of trout, plumy and enticing'
Tho library shows the daintiest shades of
brown with tints of glowing scarlet and
shining gold; tho bllllard-rooni celling shows
cues resting across its corners whllo the
crimson and white ivory balls are effect
ively grouped. Nearly nil the rooms are
finished lu walnut and ash; the wainscot
ing renchlog to the windows, but tho par
lor and tho chamber over it are painted the
purest white, the panels of the walnsc.oatltig
outside In gold. Great bath rooms open
trom every chamber; there are clotscts In
abundance; steam makes Summer nil over
tho house; curtains of rose or blue or crimson
filter tho light till all glaro Is gone, and one
chamber hung with cretous of blue and
gray Is enchanting. The draped toilette
table makes a tent; the canopy of tbe great
bed suggests the sweetest shelter, edgings
of tine antique lace are on the curtains and
tho foot sinks Into a carpet soit as wood
mosics.
The NiirreNNfiil I'liyNli-liui.
There Is probably no man to whom tho
community owe so much as to the honesty
fair-spoken physician, who docs his act
ual duty both tobluuelf und to his patients.
Really skillful physicians are not so uuincr.
ous that their virtues need no inent!o9, and
hence tho advcrtlscmsnt of Dr. It. V.
Tierce, of lUffalo, may well claim tbo read,
or's attention. Dr. l'lcrco Is a typo of a
class of mon who obtain succosi by a careltil
und well dlrectod effort, not attcmp'.lng too
much, overeating false Ideas as to the abil
ity, Tho only rcliablo physician In these
days of complicated dhonlcrj and high
piossuro living l tho "specialist," tho rami
who understands his ono branch of the
liiis'ucss. Such in his line Is Dr. I'lcrcc.
For ilio benefit of hlsrea'-lers he has writ
ten n "Common Scnce Modlcal Adttsor'
which Mvc'.l worth rcs'llngby thoic who
need such a work. With strict biilnrst
honor, high provisional skill, reasonable
fees, and u large carps of competent assist
ants, Dr. Pierce will doubtless make his
name familiar as "household words.''
(22J-2-2l-d&wlw
Leslie's Newspaiwrs aud Masazinea, Die oldrat
established Illustrate! Periodicals In America,
ebey ore now first oOtrrd to canvassers, who
will, If they secure an agency and exrhiiltr Ur
rilory. tic enabled to Introduce seventeen first
class Illustrated Perlodicrlf, suited to as many
distinct tastes or Wants, and, with Hie choice
from eight new und btantinil ehromos, glrrn
free of cot$ to enrh annual subscriber, be en
abled it secure one or more subscriptions In
very family in their district To skillful can
vassers this will secure pt-rnumnt employment,
and tlie itncwats each year will be a source o
aily and assured meruit. Sticelmen iiajiers
and moat liberal trim tent to all applicants who
'name tbe territory they desire to canvass . Ad
dress, Aceaey Department, Prank Leslie s
Publishing House, MT Pearl Street, New York.
I'MU-Mll.
Immense Success..!,',' rZZ
erenr week testify to the popularity of the "iieo
ples' paper," the Star .-pniijfled Banner. HUi
year, a Untie paKe.4qcohiniuiiajer. Ulualra'ol,
and nlle4 with eliaxniliiie atoi'm, tales, ima.
wit, humor, and tare column a-voted lolls
"Ilopie Corner," or expose or wtniMtr,
Quacka, and HuinbiiKS. It la by all oit'W vliu
beat and moat Hiular of all the literary juiiK-ra.
IKWI 1,1 H"ilM'inil,HI" ...... v . .'....ul. -
isl isn, and never ampenila or falls lo apimir on
iinic- is ibb lamiiT irienu," anti u exjmpieie
Qsmily paier. It will aae you from being awln
aledandKive you most dcllghtnil leading for n
w hole year. Pall not to aubscrllic NOW.
IPmil ebarmlna; French t hroinos are ulrrn
X UIU puKK tosiTervone t for the thinner
for H70, These are worth II each, and are
oraiiuea.au rnounieu irony 10 iiang orirame
Header, vou want Die Banner, rou must trv It.
It costs sery little, only 73 cenla a year for pa
lter, or II for pajs-r and four lieautlful exlo ehro
mos, all sent prepaid. Sent three months for
onlylucenta. Ihyitatomciu fend for samplen,
ortietter, lu cents and receive it 3 raos Ad
dress, 1IAN.NKK CO., lllnnlale.N. II.
WONDERFUL SUCCESS. SA?
N.K. Dollar bale, 31 Hromueld St., Iloaton,
Maaa.flsiuiilyablpplngbundnslaof boxes and
parlnges ol valuable Kooda all over the I'. S.
lou,ouo worth or Uold Jewelry, lilnps, pins,
.Sets, Chains. Charms, Ac, A , Solid Mlver
and Platett Ware, Cutlery, Classware, Pnncy
lioosls, (IUiO articles) and alldescrlptiona, Pino
Teas, Coffees, tiroeeries, Perfumery, Hair Oils.
iSoaps, Ac., Ac. Also S0,tajn books of all kinds,
and styles.
WORTH DOUBLE VnY T
aj Co each and sell at those prices everywhere
)et we arc selling every tfiiiiy at the popular
price of only out dollaiu f7,""0 dt-liKhtel
trona teaUfy lo tlie brnedtii or our grrat sate,
and in our paper hiimlreila of letters are printed
from ourpatrona in tlieiuist Uintt yeura. Head
er, you ran save money, you can make tlOgo as
furas elsewhere, Ir you ileal with us. We
want agenl everywhere. We pay large com
missions. Xo risks, no capital, doods cent (J,
O. 1). with privilege of seeing liefore inylnj.-.
Send for Aill cutaloKiie, ele., Iree, send now.
Address, II. OIOUSTON A CO., N. K HOI.
LAKSAIiK, M llroomlleld St , Boston, Hiijs.
l-t!i-wln--(l-2).
COAL.
TO
CONSUMERS:
IUiiHisuinu, Ills., Jan. 13, ISTC.
WKare now mining a very superior article
ol coal frev from all impurlliea, especially
adapted fur irruten aud household use Kenenilly,
which we will deliver In Culro, on the Cairo and
Vlnccnnes truck br tho car load of bushels
at nine I'J) cents er bushel, or two dollars and
twenty-lire cents (ft.! U'i) jkt ton
We alio liavea very stqicrior article nf Nut
Coal which we will deliver on truck at sixteen
(10) dollars r enr vm bunhels. Psitlea not
wishing a car load will call Umu P. M . Ward on
Klghth street, between Commercial and Wash
invtoa avenues, and lw supplied at reasonable
t reins. Mr. Ward will also ilellvcr (tils coal to
any part of the city at S-1 W iercar load, mak
tbla coal cost alioiil 4 M tier ton. All thecnal
uaedbrtheC.andV.It.it. is supplied Krom
our mines, and It bus no superior In tliemarlit.
Address all onlers for coal to
Jai.A. VinUdCo,
HAItltlSIlUItt;, 1I.I.S.
. X3"V. M. Ward, Ksq., has teams and will ilf
Iver ttila coal at 1 M) per car. l-'.n-dif.
LKtVOH DKAI.KKH-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers la
Foreign and Domestic
WI1VKN OF AIX KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lovee,
CAIRO, ILLS.
TtTKaSHf . SMYTH A CO. have constantly
iXL a Urge stock of the best goods In Uie mar
ket, and Rive especial atteution tolbe WholwmU
ranch of the bustnvas.
D
dst rOAa!
'flight wlnic. Fun. audi tulvenlura on
Mysteries of the Orient, 22 Ukiiuavihiis,
uriMin, winy, enienainins-iiie inoai
book out. lu every respect ant-rate,
rauldly.nava aiilnulldlvl AflKNTH.W
I, JU.ll.
Write at ogee tor descrfiillvecircularSandlerma,
toANCIIOUPUIII.I8HiKUCO.,M)PiMiHlrtrl,
HI, Louis, Mo. M-dAwli).tk
(i-WANTKI).
r aa a k-ar '- a ar t a
I COAL I
WAdena.
The Gamble Wagon
OAXrtO, XXjXaXSO-OXM
MANUPACTUltKD BY
JOHK P. GAMBLE.
TBE ttlT aai OOAPMT W4Q0N MAX
UrACTUMD MAIS UFA CTOHY, OHIO LEVEE
Near Thirth-Poupth Streot
CARL PETERS,
HORSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon: Maker,
SIXTH STREET, Botwcon OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMEBOIAL
AVENUE.
Manufaeturea his own Horae Bhoeaand
can Assure Qood Work.
PA TRONAGE SOLICITED
Coal Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
ANU
UPEYTONA CANNEL
GOAL!
Ordors for Coal by tho car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for bhipmont,
oromptlv attondod to.
t&"Vo largo consumors and all
manufacturers, wo aro proparod
to supply any quantity, by the
month or yoar, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
tJ"Halllrlay Ilro.'sofUcc, No. 70 Ohio Levee.
Ef-ltairiday Itro.'s Wharf boat.
nAt Egyptian Mills, or
EJ-At Iho Coal Dump, foot of TDUty-KIght
trect.
tf Post Offlee Drawer. 300.
W1IOI.ENAI.K UROt'KRN.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And J
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDER CO,
57 Ohio Levee.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dealer In
BOAT STORES,
Commission Merchant,
No. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPECIAL nllcntlou given toconllgumcnto and
tilling onlers
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Between Waabinirton -uid Oomuterolol
Avenues, adjoluinir Hanny'a.
KKKP8 for sals the best Beer, Pork, Mutton
Veal, Lamb. Hauaage, Ao.. and Is pre
pwad U rrve lamllles In aa snosulabla manatr
t7Gret Medical Book
and Secrets Sir laullea and " Cents, Sent free for
IWO aiamiss. Jtiuireaa,
JMly, K Joseph Mo,
NO. 362;
Centaur
Iwiments,
So nimly irft are tlie reel pes nf the won-
iii-siui pain-siKiining annneallnglentaurl.ini
ments, lhat Wecnii I'oiillilentiilly aay they will
nttmVlmtm nnv iihIh ! 1 .. . V-.. .
lNncor iiiuscleileningeiiients. Wedo not pie-
irim nun wiry win menu a oroaen leg or ex.
irrniiuain none, nut cren in such eases tliey
will reduce ttie Inrlainattnti nnd.inn n, -ii.
Nor can we gaurentee Ihc proK-r results where
tuc uo.iv is intiwiiesi nj w mnsiy , Tem-IK-rani-c
Is us necessary to a proper physlcul, as
mental condition.
The HlillrOiitmir Liniment la par-
.luumiij mumcti loan casca 01 amciimiftiiam,
. ".Yf, .TOiraiKi. r.jriieis, nprisin,
Itcli.Chlllblalns, Cuts, llnil.se.. .Slings, Poisons,
SU-Mlila Rlalf, Wih.1. 1UV lnld -t.i'
Wounds, Weeping Sinews, Hnrtia, Krostnl
reei, i-ni-jj, i.ar--.nf, i ooin-uciic, iiewl-oche,
uicers, uiu ores, iirotcn nreasia. sore Mil
plea, Sore Throat, Croup, DlptherU, etc The
mosr, or incsc complaints Ihc centaur Liniment
will cure all of them it wilt benefit. It will
exirnrt the lioUnn frum lill.-. n.l .Hnir
and will cure burns) aud arnlda without a
scar i nc loiiovv nig is out a sample ofn llions
and similar Icstliiioniala i
AxTIot-ll. IlJ... lire. 1. 1R?4
"My wife lias for n long time lieen n terrible
sufferer from Itheumatiim. She has tried many
iiiij-iciiiiib nun ninny reiiiisura, i rie only iiung
whlrh has glvea her relief Is Centaur Liniment
I am rejoiced to say thla has rured her.
. , . W. ll.UINli, Poslmaater."
It is an indispuUble bet that the Centaur Unt
ments are lrforinlrg riirea never liefore
elfeeCeil by any prepuratlnn In existence,-like
Chronic Rheumatism of thirty yeisrValniiil
liiB, slralglilenlng lingers andloints which had
Urn sllirroralx )eura, taking the sorrm-aa from
burns, ete,
One dollar, or even fifty cenla, Inn-sled In
CeulAiir MuinuntwUI lie within reach when
in nrrhtent oeciira, and will do more good
than any amount of money pall for medical
attendance. When physicians are culled they
finiucnty iiso thia Liniment, and of course
cnnn,t'seierai prices lorn.
The Yellow Centaur liniment
lsada.tnl to tbe tough skin, rousrleaaiul flesh of
tlicaniilmal ereatinii. Its erTeeta uiion severe
TOsca of fpavln, Hwieny. Wind-tiall, lllsr
Head and t'oll-i:vll, are Utile less than marval
lous. Messrs. .1. Mi-CUire ft Co.. Druggists, cor.
him and Pront sis., Cincinnati, O., say !
"In our neighliorhooda numlier of teamsters
are using the Centaur Liniment. They pro
liouuec it HUiieriiirln nnviiiiiii. i..v I.-,-
UsCll. W'O Nell AS llll-ll a fnll, r.r tln iln.n
bottles tier monlh to owners of horses and
mules."
We have volumes of testimonials describing
1-IIM.nrUnM ... L-, .. . ... i. ., "
..-j.,Hiiin, nit-M., tiiwin, i-oii-r.lll. Illg-
I lead, and even Pouiidi rs, which are little less
than marvels. No owner of nil animal ran
afford to 1 without a Ixitlle of Centaur Llnf'
i"melus1roltlll'y,Uy,Ua'l'r0,rC Wur"' ,w,n,'
Sold every ulitn, but prepared only at the
l4il.orutory of. I. II. Hose A. Co.,
I'lllnv.Sr., Nkw Voiik.
Cast or ia.
Cross, slrklv liublea mid ,'liil.lriii mm- entnv
hcullh, and in ut hor hnve rem, if they will
use Cimlorla. Worms, ieverishneas, teething,
wluil eollr, sour stomach and undlgvsteil food
inusi-i iiiiuii-ii i-ns, anu pnxiuces sickness
L'a.torla will nsalmllale the food, pastel
onus, and correct all these things. Vor
iMciity jeura nr. rilcher exierimenteil In his
private practice to produce an effective Cathartic
und stomach regulator which would be as eflec
lleai C'nntor Oil, without its unpleasant
taste or recoil
The retiUtilion of his exnerlment extended.
Phvsiciaus and nursea runlillv ailnuliHl lit.
remedy, to which be gave the name of Can.
tuna,
Cnstorluis as ntrnaant to lakeaahanpr,
regulates the stomash ami bowels, and does not
gripe, it is niiiipieii to an ages, eoniaina no
iilciiohol, and is nliMoliitely harmless to
the moat tender infant.
Try Castoria oucc uad you Hill siever be
without It.
Prt-pured ul Ihe fjilaimtory of J, II. Hose A
Co. , sii Doy street, New York. (1) '.-2I-131W
HlllrliVrriM
Will most poslllrely cure any rase orrheuma
tlam or rbeumallo gout, no matter how long
standing, on the face of Ihe earth, llelng an In
ward appllcjitlon it does Ihe work quickly, thor
ougldv and jiermanently, leaving the system
strong and healthy Write to any prominent
person In Washington Clly, and you will learn
that the above statement is tme in every wrtic
ular. CONDENSED CERTIWCATES.
National Hotel,
Washington, D. 0. December'-, 187.
Messrs llelphcnaliite A Ilenlleyi
(ents I very cheerlilly state that I used Du
rang's lllieumuilc Itemed)- with deeldisl benefit.
A. H. STEPHENS.
Memlierof Comrreasoftja,
Presidential Mansion,
Washington. D. C, April S3, 1878,
Messrs Helpheiistlne A ltciitley:
Gents: ! or the tuist seven years my wife has
bten a great sutler from rheumatism, berdoclors
fulling to gUu her relief, sheuecd thievbolllea
lluruug's Rheumatic Itcmedy, and u neriniinent
cure Was Ihe resut. WM. II. f'llOOK,
' 'Executive Clerk to Presides,, (Irani. ' '
Washington, D. C, March 3, 174.
Inlbeepareof tuelve hours my rheumatism
was gone, having taken three doses ofDurung'a
Itbeumatlo Itemedy, My brother. ,1. II. Cessna,
of Bedford, Pa., was cured by iislmilaramounl.
JOHN CESSNA,
Member of Cougrrss of Pa.
Price one dollar a bottle, or six bottles Tor live
dollars. Ask your druggist for Durung's ltticii
mallo llemedy manuflicturctl by
HKLPHUNh 1 INK A BKNTLEY,
Druggisls and Chemists,
Washington, D. C,
I QPor sale in Chlugo, by van Scluuttk
Kteveniuin A Held, and Lord Smith A Co.
W lioli-sale Druggists.
lMt-wlv
I,, D. Amu, Cairo,
U.K. '.Akin Chicago
Zi. D. Akin c& Co.,
-Dealers In
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, Collars, Etc.
loeflaaasaarsialAvaBBa. ... flAIBO.IUsl.
Cfrrhose lavorlnK us with their latraaaM
aiiiTUnd a eorunleti line of cmkIs rrum whlca to
wlcrt, at bottom priivs. l-U-wiy.
the mm
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