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Cornor Commorclal Avh unit Hth Streot
OAXZIO. IXjXjS.
Illlll.l.-IDIHI .
llroMi Cairo, Win. Klnsc, ( nirn.
NVfT. I alio. MTni Wolfe. Culm.
Slls.lllka, Cairo. 11.1. Itllliritfxh'V ( I la,ll.
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I II, Itrlnkiiian, Mt. lands,
A IJcnciiil (limiting lttiliicss Hour
1 1'1'xcIia.u.o-old mid hnilitht l.ili-.esl nili
In the imiIiik Id p t rlllK lit . Collislioii- liui.le
hii'l nil li'iilne pmiuplly iitli mini In.
THE
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOtH.
CAPITAL,
$100,000
nrrir-iti,
W I' IIAI.MIiAV, rre-ideiit.
IIKMtV I. IIAI.I.IDAV, .Pi.st.
A II MArrOllll, UuhWr
WAI.ll.lt IIV.1l.or, Asa'l Cashier.
MKri.TOM
.1tAT TAYLOII, i:. II
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I). W'lttmi), STlflUM
A II. S A mi mi
I LIUA1,
Mill,
Kxahnngo, Coin and Unitod States
Honda Bought and Mold.
DKP011S ririnnl and a pi nt ral Irinkln.
business done
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH '21, 1809
CITlf NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orricLiu
A II SAFKOltD, President
h H TWl.Olt, Vlee I'risllilelil.
W IIVsl.uP, sec'v uud Treasurer.
UllllLCtOK,:
I' W IlAlK.LAT, I.1IAH, IjAI.IUIIfcll,
' M MoiKiLiiil, I'AULii rirnril.
It II ClM.1l.XI.IIAM, II I- IIaLLIIJAY,
j. M 1'im.Lii'i.
IN rKItKST irdd on tlepnait it! the rnti' of sil
prr i lit r annum, March lt ami Sifptem
T lt I lib it -t lint withdrawn Is added liiilitf
llutily to the pilnclpal of the di'i-osUs, thenby
inllli: tl,l Ml mlupotllld Illl-lvM
Mnrriod Women nnd Children may
Doposit Monoy nnd no ouo
clso can draw it.
Oren tt ry bc.inessday Iriin'.tt in. to 15 p.m.
"... MiturtUy nrnui! t.jr a il di-joill only
rum n to b o'clock
W. IIYSI.OP.TrfRuriT
choice mmm m i"
Tlio Leonard Scott Pub. Co,,
ii bap.:lay st.jHew
Cf litiiino tlii-lr until' n'.-.-, lti . lints of tliu
.DIMlUlt(5II IIK IKW WIiIb.
LONDON QUAUTKKI.V ItKVIKW-Coti
fcrvatlvu.
W KS'I'Jl I NSTIIK Ui:V IKW l.ll.cral.
HKITItill (l'AUTi:ilI.VItKVIKV-.i:ati.
tr Ileal.
Oiiititliiln matctly vi itii irin anil hiiiunia
ili'Mil ull tliat lilivsli ami valnalile in
..Iturallllt', hIriii r,:ilul Alt ; aint
BLACKWOOD'S
EDINBURGH MAGAZINE.
Jlii! I no-1 piiui rlul inmitlilv in the Dnull-li
l.aiiKiiaf, faiiintiw lor HTolilKS, i:sA Vfi,
itiiil .SKKIUIKS,
OF THE MIGHCST UITCRARY MERIT,
TKU.MS (lm-liiillii 1'o1:iko)':
Payable Strictly In Advance.
r'ur any one lleUow, $ I 00 por annum
t'or any two Review s, 7 0J "
or any tliree Hi'vlow.', 10(k) "
('or all four Kevin w, l'JUO "
Kor 1 Slack wood' Mat;a
zino, i 00 "
For lllackwood n:id one
Itovlow, 7 00 "
Kor lllnukwond and two
Kovlowri, 10 00 "
For IllatUwooil and tlirvo
Ucvluwo, 1!J 00 '
For Ill'U'kwood and tlio
lour Uuvluwe, K. 00 "
CMJH.S.
A illscouiit of twnnty nr cont, Mill ho al
lowed to clubx of four or inoro porHonii
Tlint : four copies ni ItlaeUwood or of one
Itorlew will 1'0 tent to onu adilits lor
?l'J HO, lour coplen of tlio four He iuws and
IM u l; wooillor IS, atnl m oii,
(Mit'tilam with further parUcul.irn tniy lit
huil on apiillcatlnn.
THK LhuNAItl) SCOTT lMIII.'NO Co.
41 Hurclav .Street. Nuw Vork
SALVE
lomoJIiU Filltl
TT TT 171
u u i o m . r7u t b n , : .v " n."
UrHKHS CO., lKiB.,tmBt, CUiiei
Barclay Bro's.,
Wholesale Druggists
CAIRO, ILLS,
u i-
IllJUtUtU
VOL. 8.
iu:.ii. r.sTvri: Aor.v r.
JOHN Q. HARMAN & C0.
Real Estate
AND
JHCOTJSD3 AQ-B1TTS
COLLECTORS.
.'ONVKYANCKUB, N0TAKIK8 PUBLIC
Land Ar.ntH ot thu UHnoU Ontrul nj
Jiuriiugiori una uuincy it. jr..
Companion,
North Cor. Sixth nml Ohio Luvto
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
POND'S
EXTRACT
rho Pcoplo'ii Remedy.
Tho universal ruin Ext actor,
Hot :
Auk
for Pntnl'u
Extract.
Tuko no owii:r
Ileur fur I will M-ttk of txeiliu.t thing.'
7" FOR
1 1 njurli". to M.ui or llmd".
run, linu-is.
Strains, sprains, Contit-
Molts, lJl,loculioi,
jrr.tclines, i nt, lic,
tut or Incise,! Wounds
Mclllnt:s,lluni-,-!cild,
I Sunburns.
i ii i ni; i.unuM, r
, 'M spitiintforiiiiMi
V .Viisc lll.-. il, l!(,
A mi; Iilllnr nr 'Im IIi
IJ VoiiiIIIiiu-oi IIIimmId
I'looilv Dl,rtlirC4
i-
nri'l
llf, - ISIm-Jhii- I'iIm,
HUH I rill1, I I IIIAI H l(!
I oolllill lir.l uru. lic.Stii-
EXTKACT
mum, fcwtlltM l-iirc
It )') i it ii I i-in . l:i,ruinu
I In-onclluiKbr.orviii,
Sililni'iH (,r ortiim,
I.umlmso, l.'lllic lltti'k
ur' Tliriiitl or Oulimy,
I Inllniiiiit 'lomiU.
Itliillicrlii. Ilronilil
' Us, AhIIiiiih.
sore or Inrlamol K) or
i.jf-ii'i.
C'uliirrli, Iiivrrliia,
HUnlim, DyM-ntiT-.
Siiri- Mpiih"., iminmij
llrnut
run
I'nlnliil or too I'roftue
ilontlillw
.'I Ilk i.ck, ovurt.in I).
w un l Tnrnoni.
PEOPLE'S
Klilm-y r'liiiiiiliiltit.
RFMPnV im ci ami birasiifurr
' ,rlmlliiK ami Kxcorl.
tlOllS Of Ir,f:llit,
.VIIUM,
nrIcosp Vi'iiin, Kn
FYTFRMfil larvflorlnlliimwl Vein
LA I LlllthL l.tlrrrn. Old .-ore, Inttr-
Aft
mil i;mrutinii
fliiili, Curunnclra, 'In
. . . . . . ii.. . .,,
I1STERNAL Wi.Han.l imnionn, wtul
or nri i'tt I
USE.
I'lllltilius.llunil'nor H,vi-
itlc (.i.Mh.
1'pIiiii orWIiitlmr, I'rost-
nl I.ltnb nr Vnxlr.
!miii,t IUIph. Iti,-ct
Ntiii-i, Cl.n.'i.i.il HaJiUs.
I'OMi'.s IIX I lt.Tt tor salebyi.il l
I'liisx liriiuxlls,nnl itcniiimcidwlby
all l)m?(:lU, riiyslcian, nmt tj
liuily who Iiiid ,' r it.
I'liiuplilt t roatalnlnit llulory arid L'P3mall-i-l
fn-,' on upptkatlon, if nut found at your
Innfxi-t'.
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
Vnrlt mill I.oiiiIiiii.
IU-J-13-ilU
"A coiiiltli'to I'K'liiMnl lilslory nr lilt,
I Inn -'- I ho Iii'ki. i'1iiiiii-,i, mill
IllllSt HIH'I'l-SKflll I'miiily I'iiiht
111 I ll fllloll '
HARPER'S WEEKLY.
Illiislrntcil.
noticks or tiik ritiiss.
Tlie WcfKlv Ii tlio allien and mo.t iov
rrlul illustrated periodical pulH.-lit'il In
till- country. It editorial aro ndiolarly
and com itielnc. and carry much weight.
Itn UlustrutionH of current nvcnt are lull
and lrc?b, and are prctureil liy our lie-tdc-!lncr.
Vi'lth a circulation oi 1M),000. tho
Weekly 1 read at least by half a million
(htmuih, ami Its Inlluetico as an orisan of
opinion s flmply tremendon-. The Week
ly maintains n po-liivo portion, and ex
prcsfcii decided vlewnon political and so
clal prohltnis'. I.nulsvlllo ComU'r-Ioiirrml.
lt article', aro inodcN of hl-li-toncd ills
ctHilon, and it pictorial llln.-tratlonH aro
olten corrolioratlvu nrh'umcnts of no small
force. M. Y. Kxutnlner and Chronicle.
Its papers upon existent questions' and It
Inimitable cartoons help to mould the son
tlmeiitn ol the country l'lttsburg Com
mercial, Ti:iOIS:
I'ostag.; fteo to subscrlbr.n, iu the United
States.
Harper's Wsehly, ono yeir....jl 00
Four dollars Includes prepayment of U.
6. po-taue by the publNhers.
hubcrlptlon to llarpcr'i" Maptzlnc,
Weekly, and llazar, to ouo address lorono
year, ?IU 00; or, two of Harper's l'vriodl
cals, to one address- for ono year, $7 00;
pota'o free.
An extra copy of Mio .Magazine, Weekly,
or llazar will bo stiptilU'd uratls for every
club or live MibscrilRTs at $1 00 each, In
ono remittance; or, elx copies for $20 00,
without exira copy; postage free.
Hack numbers can ho supplied at any tltno.
The nnnual volumes ot Harper's weekly,
iu neat cloth binding, will lie, scut by ex
pres, (no ol'cxpctiso. for 87 00 each. A
complete- set, enmprisliiB eighteen volumes,
tent on receipt of cah at the ratu of t.'i 'Hi
per volume, freight at tho expeno ot the
purchaser.
SirrNowspapprs are not to copy this ad
vi-rllsi incut without the expres orders of
Harper .t llrothers.
Adiri sH II Altl'DIt ,t llltOTlIKItS. N. Y
" O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
IROjST, TIN
AND
Slate Roofers,
-A.nXTJNT., XXjXj.
Rooilng nnd auttoriiiK a Sp ccialty
Slnto Roofling' a Specialty in
any part of Southorn
Lightning Rods, Pumps, StovoB
and Tinwaro.
JobblnU Promptly Doiio.
B-FrGroat Medical Book
anil Heci i ts or Ladies umt dents, Hi nt free for
two nuiniia, AilihcM,
'"'dly, bt. Joseph Mo,
III
0fl.so, SutlatLxv Z3iil.ia.iacr. Csmor Swlfth Ctrea nl
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. TI I IJKSDA
ullctin.
WHITE FLOUR.
ItMKtun "A liy If Is.Vol.i l'roier I'mitl
lor tin' IImiiiiiii linn 1 1 1 .
(from the Medical ti-lifral'r )
I'luiir I- tlio 1 1 1 1 liiipo( rl-hfd food ued
by lii:iukliii-liiiioi'iilnd b the Willi
drawsl of tho luti'n'limenL'iry poitinu of thu
wheat. loiln thu lulernil or starchy por
Hon. Sec tho fai ls. In "Huh rropiUro""
you lind that In 1000 purl ol mb-latito
w heat h:n an nh or 17.7 p.irt; Hour has an
a-hofl 1 parU -an liiipnu tl-hincnt ol uer
three foiulln. Wheat haif.'J part phos
phoric acid; Hour h.'n 0,1 purl- pho'phorli:
aciil -an Impoverishment of about tin
foilith. hunt hai 0. lima nud 0 0 soda;
Hour tin-0.1 lime ami 0,1 soda -an lmpovcr
I'liiieiitiif llw-'lvlli-llino and fodii i-acli
WlicnUin ttiliihur 1.3; llourhanoiilphur,
he
hot ha sulpiiiirle acid 0.K; Hour ha nfrrrn
siilpluirlcaclil. Wheat ha silica 0.3: Hour
ha no sihe i,
I'lour linolly si'ireh ex. 7 pi rci nt. It
i heuilcal composition U r.irboii, hy lro;'cn
and oxygen The human bod i-onlaln at
least twelve rtclilellt be. ides- thoc ol starth.
How, thin, can Hour bo nutrition with
about :hreo clemont-i, when It should con
tain llltci 11 clement In order to properly
nourMi and sut dn the human bodjf I'lour
has e. trliili n than wheat, (iliitcn U tin:
album nold principle corrcpondliiK to the
alhumoii, llln In, and gelatine In the h Jinan
bo.lv. Do, led byMaaendlould.' lilrkes
and l'j(fetl'sl'liysIoIoyi 011 Hour, died In
forty days-: other do0' fed un wheat meal
bread nourished nnd throve. The three-
fourth Impoverishment of the mineral In
gredient, proved fatal to the lirt. Why
should not reanklnd sillier In ome manner
from living on Impoverished food?-
I'Ih; history ol tlio Uomaii Kmplre in the I
tlmn ol .lullm Caesar shows that whc-U us
an article of food, 'Olnblned with outdo: v
air life, in capable of product ng and Ml-taln-
Ing tho hlghct type of physical manhood
the world eversaw. This empire was built
up and maintained by soldiers whoie main
article of food was wheat. There I every
probability that the pre-cnt prevalence vf
lite erupting and easily decaying teeth Is
duo for ono ciii-e to the use of Hour for
food. Ints-0 of the -chool children In Wo
burii.l.exlngtonand HedlorJ, Jlasi.Jn 1871.
under 1L' years of age, two thirds had de
rived teeth. There Is every probability
that the prevalence ot prematura grarn.Vs
and baldness I partly due to the present
cxclifhe and universal use ot Hour. II. Ir
eontaines lu per cent, of s ilpliamld. Hut
there Is no siilidmr or stilpouric aiid In
Hour. A food to be food must contain In
proper quantit all the Ingredients round
iu the ll..ue', hair, teeth, etc. If It does
not, then Impairment of vigor, de;ay and
"falling oil" must be e.vpe. te I a :i natural
coti-i-iiiciice.
I'lour ha- lor half a ccnliirv K-cii legarded
asone caue or constipilion. It ba been
proved that wheat meal ivguhtcs tlm
bowel by giving the system none food
enough "to run," so to speak, the digest!. 0
functions, and promote healthy peristaltic
motions. .Nearly all our function are sii-
iiini-d by norvelorce. henco the importance
ot hiving tho ncrics reeeivc their full
iimotintof pliosphorln acid, which is the
rcat pabulum of the ucrvo tl-iiie. It !
irobable tint the Use of Houi may be tho
cau-e of tho change of Hie type of disease
from strong (sthenic) to weal; (a-thenlc.
The mineral Ingredients of foo l lor plants
contained iu lerllllcr- ir withdrawn 73 per
cent., would entail vegetable growth" of
very feehlo vitality and resistance to the
cau-es of disease. No farmer would thluk
ol manuring his vegetables with onc-four.h
the fertilizers ordinarily deemed necessary :
or, II he did, he would get a uuecr.ibla and
weak crop, If he got any at all. Now It Is
shod, mav It not bo polblo that the pre--nttype
of asthenlodisoaso Isp.rtly duo to
tho Use of an impoverished food like Hour!'
The answering of this must bo undo liy the
organized mod I eat societies, although there
Nov cry probability that theieply will be In
tho aillrmatlve.
Why should mankind, then, tiso Hour,
and render themsehes liable to ilUe i-o be
came Hour I impoverished food!- Itcmeni
ber.Magendi's dog that died frovn eating
Hour bread exclusively i How san parents
xpect their ehildreu to grow up with
trong teeth, nerves. eye. hair, etc., on
Hour!1 In children every tliui and organ
1 growing. Increasing iu slzii and develop.
Ing, Kvery element which belongs to tbe-e
tlssitos or organs nhould be coiitilued in
tho food of ntlmontary miIhI iiico-, nud In
noiinal propDrtloiis, ns provide I liy tint
Creator In the natural substances designed
and plovod hy history to bo perfect food.
Wheat Is such an article. Dr. Nichols says:
"It Is the most marrelou coinblLallnu of
substances designed to nourish ami build up
tho hum 111 systo:u." Hut Hour Is a nib-
tanco weakened, dmeiloiated, and Im
poverished, iii'ide from wheat, and history
shows tint people eating It are more mil
led to tissue wasting dieaii (consump
tion, etc,) than ever before. Why, then,
not un the original wheat, with Its native)
normal halaii''e and q lanllty of minor tl m-
riidlputs Iu a foIiiMn ami iissimilablo form,
as l.lohlg and others advini ite, arid such as
It Is demonstrated undeniably and Iiieon.
trovortlbly by facts of history to be capa
ble of producing tUe highest typoofpliwical
nanhooil tho vveoltl over saw i
Why raNo 11 pile, feeble, nervous ami
niall-sized raeo of people upon Hour, he-
lU-e Hour broad looks i bile and 'ighl, and
therefore, nice!' '.Vhal principle) of ii sthetlt s
Is it that cimi'jrs such a pi'c-tmdiifiit plaio
upon tho color ol whllHi' Why not brown
orbroiz.j? Wii.l luilrJ.whlt) eo'ur In the
human r.i':e. althnii.'li tho groal mass of
mankind living 011 1'111 gloln id tlin present
time bolong to dark or bro vnbh eolored
nation. Nor aro the objects iu nature al
white. What l mora gratelul fi the soiisns
than tho complementary colors ol a land
scapoy If it wero all white It would ho nd
rjpulslvj us iidv houcs all ilulshed '.n
whlto pl.oterln,', or Injiirluus, in blludiKss
In tlio region of snow Is vry couiinni,
H lint fie p-of rjuco 'or whlto Over yo 1
low or blown, or nny other color is not 1
based upon tin- until ol eItlng (ai , cle
It wiiu'd ln Inferred that a white tattle Is
preferable to bronze, 'Ihnfactl-, the cle.
vallmf of White bread Into the hlvhe t plate
o! plcfiTi'liue i , altogether 1 1 1 1 ff Ml in I - I nnd
tniwurrantahle. The vvhllo color tomes
from tareh and tho whllor the bread, the
more starch It contain, ulid of roui-n the
lm nut ril Ion a itareh has only carhop,
hydrogen, and oxygen to make tis iie,
which sbuiltd contain lllleen elements. In
our opinion, the whlloiiesK or Hour -ti..u,
rank wlih the whlli;iies id tin. dead
Indeed tho present utilverstl ue of lloin
Is one ol tho most remarkable fails In the
history or civ ili.it ton rcmni Wit,!.-, beealie
it I the only IttipovclMicd lood upon t'.e
diet list, over boiled limit and viwlahlu
arc the only approach to Impoverished food;
peojile know i-nough not to oat them. I'.ut
that they should love to at Hour I eer
talnlv veryremaikibl. indeed, and alnmu
an evidence ol a tall, u nature, as there I
iiuUUullkt It in the w 1,1,1,. hli jry of e,t
A V A f-J 11 VI' wimtisl In utr
.... S U I. J II ......
enmity lor I rank
le He'- Nl HsiSipcp. midMi,M,,,, (be ol,ln
istal.llsli...1 llluslr.ili.l I'lriiHlieul In Amern a.
i-hey nn. now flr-t otb-n-d to e invusn r, wlm
will, ll'lliey si-nieiif;ii!,.j-aiidi.rliiii. i r
rltory. I.hkiI1is In iiitmliks. si'Tenlirn llrst
class llhulnilisl P. rMlrrl, mili.l to at many
disllnct laitissor wnnta, nnd, w lib tliccbolre
fronullit iimv and Iwmilirul ehronios, ginn
In, ol outs to rarh umiunl niWrllicr, l ,n-
aldeil t, s.eiin. one or luoie siilerlptions In
very family In II,. Irdlttriet To klllnil cqn
vussr this will iisreYiimmi,t , mployrneut,
and llic renewals inch j,nr Mill I
Is- n unnrie o
al
and nsstinsl ruvenue. Sptrlinsn .asrs
and ino.i 111 ml i-riussriit to allaipliiiuts who
nstni. the Irrrltory tliey ilosliv tn cnuvas . Ad
dress, Agi-nry li.Kiilne nl, t runk la -He
PiiblMiing Mouse, V,; f.arl Street, New 'oik,
U-IW III.
(tl.l
(5
o
TO COAL
CONSUMERS:
Hum Hi.. , Ills , Jan , 1,70.
vxri.uic
n .' iniiiitiK a very Mi.eri..rurllrli.
V ol c.iil In-.-Inun nil Iinimrltli
Hi-fMiiMlr
u.i...i,-.i ,.ir Kiai' uii'i iiuii-eiiiii'i u-i" cencrany,
which vie will de lurr In I aim, on Hie euro and
Vlnisinif . ira. L by the car loa.l at.v lu-lirl
ut nine '0 ei nr per I n-bil, nrlwu dollar- u.,d
tllelily-llll. , int- (I'M per loll
We al-o hute a very -uptrlor nrt.U. "1 N'ul
1 0.11 twncii tve will ilvliter on true k ul -ixtet n
(It.) ilollurs j r ear bushels Turtles mil
wiening a ear inuu win e-iiu upon r .M vv union
l.lghtli stres-'t, l.ctwisn Ciniiieicial mid Wash
ingtonavi nui., and U' supplied at ii,oiiiiblc
tnnn. .r. WiipI will 11I-.0 delner this coal to
un part of the city tit Si : pi-ri-jr load, inak
this , oal costaboul S; V is r ton. All the coal
u.i-1 bv the ( .and V It ii. is Mippllcd from
immune,, and it w no niK i..r in the market.
Addreai, nil onlcrs ..rco.d to
Jas. u. Viall & Co.,
llAltltlistU IK., II.I.S.
E3-f M Waul, li , lias teams mid will dc
Iter this ennl at s I r' per ear l--,l-lir.
Good Books.-1,,!,
Ingeheapiind really valuabi; tolumij, sent pre
paid for price nainisl lluiitcr'sOiiidcnud 'i'lap
lrst oiiipimloii, nil about hunting, (nipping,
llshlng, lulling milk, .Ye:., Ac l"0 liases only
iilhiblcwoik, only 'Jjcts. '1 ricks mid trap of
America, a complete cipo-c of the doings of
eten swindler, ijiinrk, nnd humbug in Ameri
ca. .Ni-arlis) pp.. conuins list i f l.uudrHsof
swindlers. II will "poat )ou" and sure you
cash, only facts, 't he Ventillo iuis's (iiilde, or
how to Ie.111nentril01p1l.1u. l ull Instructions,
examples, iinccdolcs, also bow to make lln
whistle to imitate nil birds nud beasts, only V
mils. Altol training und blinking huues, ul
so the complete horse doctor. A large ncluvo
bouk. and (he bt ever lasmil. near loi mi..
every 1.11'inir nmls it, only T cnils. Alt and
1 tlipiotteuf milking lotc. All about it, how to
"lioii''undcvcrytldngilc. Ki. nn onlv.l"cts
Manic Made) I.'a-y. How to do nil tricks In hd-
geiiliriiielii, best book on subject , onl) M culls
Merits oflote Ii". pp. elegant chroiun cotironl)
,VJ cents. Any book sent tree on iccelpt ol price.
Uululogiies lite. Addiiss nllonhrs 1.1 ll, e old
i-UIltslie-d house of Ill'M'KIt A CO. , Hillsdale,
N. II.
HAW! HAW! HAW ! ',"!",!'"
sis! those Ketviloiis, Iiwcer, Iiwiiint, hoinlc,
llluutlc Kilhln r ruees Luch onu w 111 nuke h"
illlleielit faces, nml oh, so t II 11 1 1 ' lne.itcst thing
ever made ,lut the thing for holidays. One
will cout ul-e n whole town. 7 kinds) nulled
fue for unit '."cent, each, 8 for $1, !-eiid for
one and "laugh nud glow fat." Woiiderlul
Magic ringer I A mystery Indeed ! Win 1111
Flick it through hat mid )i I inuke 110 hole ' ' l is
the woiiiler of the age. Mild for ll uud hate
r'll.V I'Oltl.S liUI On! cents, I'm ml.
I'nnlsol courtship, loteliliklug finds, I'nihllic'
Ii lling c.tuU, 1 kinds, laiii in ue.it ca-e I here
111 e I he best cavils ever madennd etciy joiing
iieixnis nuiUlhim to injoy Ihe-o long etin
Ings aicinls pir 1'iii'k, .1 fur 75 cents, .send
I'orlhcm nnd lime inn with Hie irlrs I I he lllile
Hill or luiigiiage of love, will take w lilt the
gills. Only I., lent. All ubollt coiiltlug, cine
bir love, Ac Only It cent Lou t 's tclcgiii.h.
Seeilcil by eny luvir. Only '.'iieniti All
abutetue chgaully llliiiulnaled .M ot trie tor
price-. 10,00 books for sale Catalogue fur.
Address 111 XTI.It.x ( o llhi.sd.de, N II,
2-2 iUw ir-(.'I.il)
PENSIONS
To whom Pensions arc
XrkJLJJcDISAIILIIIi whllo tho lloo
ml diacruvrgo of duty, cither by Occident or
oihcrwlJO, should have a pcnsloa. 'Jboloea of
a tinner cntltli's you ton pension. A ruptuiv,
uo matter howsllght, gives you n pension.
Tho losa of a too gives you a pension.
ThotossaCancrii i-lrcsyou a pension.
trdugwlll K'Xg 1
Ivo you a 111 Ion.
ri Cft MANY tKirsot.
who 1110 nowdrawlng n luniton, nro)utly nitl.
tied loan Increase- Tinil ruTfl V T
terisoiid8stainr-3jaUUM X X all
ioroopyof Pcuiiloii uud llountjr Acts.
Addrc..,pa h. FITZGERALD-
United State Claim Agent, INniANAroLie, l-D
tHifOn nil letters mark 1. 0, Uox CLIMI
rieiiKUtehi ultil 1117 roa:-wllili a'ltcrilitnirnu
ftlt-ls." a Trenll.n ntx ,!,.
t'auii.s.lllstory, Cure and
Pretention nt I'iXivs. I-uli.
Ilhl !' I'. NKlhl'AMI.
TKIt.U'1., saWilksrSiruct.
fle V.;rk. ftmit-KKKiaal.
iavil r a Kucr Muui-,
, j
GOAL s
mrnn
r ihd
nlMiti
"VTa.ols.i-at.sx-. -A--t
MARCH 2, 1S7(5.
w.iijiixn,
The Gamble Wagon
OAino, IIjIiijxjOIH
MAM KAI ft It' II ItV
JOHN P. GAMBLE.
THK BUST and CHKAPK8T WAH0M MAN
UKACTUItKl)
MAMTJPACTORy, OHIO LEVEE
Ncjtr.Thirtli-Fotirth Stroot
CARL PETERS,
HORtSE SHOER,
BLACKSMITH
AND
Wagon Maker,
aiH S;i'REET, Between OIIIO
IjEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
AVENUE.
MuiiufiiitiiruRliU own Ilorno Shooa nnd
can ibuuro Uoott Vvorli.
s PATIIONAOE SOLICITED
t'OAJ..
Coal
PITTSBURGH,
PARADISE,
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
AMD
PEYTONA CANNEL
Orders for Coal by tho car-load,
ion, or in hogsheads, for shipmont,
jromptlvattoudod to.
&5-To largo consiitnors and all
manufacturers, wo aro prepared
io supply any quantity, by tho
month or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITY COAL COMPANY.
t-lhillMay Pro ' oitlce, No 70 Ohio J.cvec,
EJ-lluiridiiy llro ' wharlboat.
Cf At Ki-yptlaii -Mills, or
tJ'.M the Coal Diunji, foot of TalltV-Klght
treet
O'l'ost Oillce Drawer. .Too.
vvhoi.i.sai.i: mto i:it.s.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
-And
Coniniissiou Merchants
AQKMTS AMKKICAN POWDliR CO
5? Ohio Lovoo.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
Wholesale Grocer
Dialer In
EOAT STORES,'
Commission Merchant,
No. 7U OHIO LEVEE.
S I'IM'I. U, utleiillou giteu toculitiglillicnts uud
lllling ordsrs
JACOB V ALTER,
BUTCHER
AND
Dealer m Fresh Meats
EIGHTH STREET,
Botween Washington unit Commercial
li u Avenuea, udjotninir Uanny'a.
K KI'.l'S for aalu thu best liter, l'ork, Mutton
Veal, lainih. t-niicage, Ac. and U pro
trad U cre l.tinlllts In 1111 acceptable manner
Coal
NO. 50.
(Jentaur
llNIMENTS,
.l.M'.'..V'!"!, hoOrlnre II,.. 1H-rr H,e won
i r 1 ('."".'"""""""g tni'l lintllngi entaiir ,,,.
!"'-vi-: ;-v .;vM,"rri:i,,rr;,r,1eii
- ., . ' r'l',r,,,s''lmt. IW-do not me
tmd thai liny willineitdn brokm Kg r
Hit""".""-,"" o " "' c 1 tils i-s tho
w ill It-liu . the lui!aii.,.ll,i nnd stop Ihi- 1"
Nor. an wegnirenteo the ,,ro,sr result,, t l ei,'.
..V.,n ", ""l-K.V. '1,111.
I.t-'nialc:,,;,!!,,;;,;. I-n-I-rHo-lml. as
...?'Vt ','"!' V",..,,,r" '"iii-iii Is par-
Iflilailj adaptfil (..all en-esol Itlielini, IN, ,.
i h'V'.f. rH,"n,.lfl,'1 .Kypll-I-'. "l-r'.li."
I' V ''dlj'lalii' nls, Ilrtt -e, sM,.. 1 i-oi,,,..,
"V1?;" ' W,:U Ha- k, I'ltlli In the Mde,
l .:"'i' ,Vl..-'T1""-' .J"".,;.M"'. """-, rrost
i.h. . . V '"'"''"V ' oolh-iiohe, ll. a.l ,iehe,
I hsi. ol.l -.oivs, llroken llitttt. .sou- Mi,!
pM.Sor,- Ihroat troup Dlptiierla. .te lL
It i-turilic-eco 11pl.1l.1t, the I'entnui- Llniluriit
Wtllcuie: nllol'lh.iu it will l.enellt. II , II
. r.'lli' n',',""'-rr..niblle- n l, Vti .g"
'"1 ,,,,1V,,"1r,"i 'J'"1 "''- without ,
smi l i e mllnulngls hut a saimde ol a thou,
and similar Ii -linioiilals t 1
,. . Antioui, Il.i... Il,s- 1,171
.....I'" r"r " !?" . terrible.
. i'T fn"" 'unatlsm M,e ha tiled many
pin . elans mid many ivines. 'Itieonlt thing
tihieh has given her n il, ris Oiihuir l.liriiuent
1 tun reioicnl to s.iv Mils ten ruusl her.
1 1 1 j ., , 1 , V't," 1!,N,i' I'ostmaatir."
It sail Indliputab'e fact tliit the t'eutiiiir I.lnl
n fills nre i-rl. inning en res neter before
rl. V, v.. ' '"pari""'n ill e.xisienee.-lll,e
Utronle I liciiiiutsiiiol'ttilrly e'liri'maiiil.
I II IT. -I Ol li-tit... I h ,1 ...nu.. .,..!.-. .....
i . V,1.;! K",ems.' lingers nndlolnts which had
Iss 11
bum, ele
un mrsix jetirs. taking the soreness from
One dollar, or even liny cents, Inteslcd In
11 iieeltleni ,, , nrs. nnd will do more go.Mt
than nny ninoiint ol moaey pall rr imsllcul
nimvufeuu'rul prirt'i lor it.
course
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
Is adapted to the tnugh skin, mil-clesaiid Hesh of
tliennnliiial cimllon. Its uleets upon seteie
ra-e s of Spat In, htMs ny, Wlnd-Otill, lllg
"u, 1 ol-:v' ""' "l"' h"s than mart 1,1-
rim'V,!',; iv' ,t'lliii. A- Co ugsl-ls, cor.
i , nri"i,liV I - Iitcltit-i.il. o . say t
tie iisi ," n ' Kb ",rhd,, ,,er r te-uiislers
ale using the ( inliuir l.liiiiiu-nt. Thev nr.
,.1 " ' sell its high m uur f iu,. doen
Jnules''' """"" l' 0WBr" "f horse, and
.,.lsi',lrlu VV,""1!,. '.'f l''llmonluls de.criblng
' ressol spnilns. Kicks , (.'alls, I'oll-htil. lllg-
ii nrJ ,. i .t'l.t 'N'.' "!V,,,T '"' "" ""hual can
.Hints lis e,t.
-uei et, rywiieie, but pivpm-l cttly ut the
Ijtl-.ratory of.l. II. l!tt. ,1, (,
hi IH:v T., Nmv Yoitii.
Oast or ia.
1 ,'r,;'",',,,'1',sl'l'-dilejiiit clnliliaii may enlov
he. It . nud iikiII,,.,-, I,,,,,. r,.; 1 1 they "
twi VlV.V.nV- W"'T' ''"lld. g
1,1 iini.i 111 '""' stomach and iiiiigesiisli,t
make ch Idirn cross, uud ,riHluce sitkiitss
. U.iU Y"1 ll"hnlute the food, f-MH-l
tiiii-Mis.iind miitrt till tl,e-e things. Vw
in iV!.i?.i r; l'"'',!l'r ' V"'ilinei.l.;t in
plltiile practice to produce m. iihs-litu Calhiirtle
iiiid.lointili legulaiorwhlch would be m tnee
Uveas limior . ,vltIOHt lu lmi,i0Jll,it
tuMcor itcoll 1
... repninioiiol his exisilinint exttndist
, iij.sii i.ius una nurses mpidly iidotdtsl hH
iiiriit """" "e gittt- uiu name of 'ii
( astoilal- ns iileiisiiui Oil,,. ns lion,.. ,
lrguhilej I ieetoin:iliniid Isiw els, anil does not
grltie It Is m aplcd to all nSes. contains no
mii.iinoi, ....11 is .IIISIIIIIK I li.iriiile-ss to
,,1, ,t,.,, ivi.i.ei iii.ai.i,
nlloi'i"c,'iU ""1' 3"" ""' ,",','
irtpattsint I lie- lailsanifiiivofJ, 11 linsc A
. j, oi.vii, .-e 101K, il).."-.'.i:itvv
mm
M
LUnZeLSa
'-m-m m f
w 111 most posituety cure any cafe til rhiiiinii'
Usui or iiieuiuiitlc gout, 110 malur how b,ng
standing, 011 jhetuie of theeitrth. Ileiiiguii in -Wlinl
iippliiMtloii it does Un-woilc quickly, thin-
...... r ""..I. .j, irauiiK me sysicin
stiongiind heitlthy Wine to any pioiiilmi.t
jiersiiiilii Winhlngloii City, uud y.,11 will learn
j'jjjl Iheiiboii Btutt-incnt is true iu eu-ry panic
('o.NDii.vsHD t'i:i:nnoATi:n.
.Vllllnnul Hotel,
U'usliiiigloii, D. (.' IIi'i-.-iiiIkt '-', ls7l,
Messrs lb Iphin. tine A Pentleyi
Oeiits I very clueiliilly Mali-that I us,s1 Dn
lung's Ithfiiuullu Kelinsly with decided bt neili.
A. II. VIHI'IIHNS.
Meiulsr of I'ongiess ofOa,
I'residiiillal Mansion,
Wiislilntrti.il, II, ('., A pi J.l, ls75,
Messrs llilpliinsllne A llentley;
Cents, r or the pa-t si ten jitus my w He has
lit-cii a gie.il sillier I rum thciiuiullm, heidi'ilors
lulling to give her It In f. hheusisl time hollies
Duning's lllieiiiiuitlu Kiuiedv, and a pi-nit un lit
cine utis theresiit, V.t. Il.t'lttloK,
"Lxistitlte I'll ik to l'ics,ci.,timiit. "
Wushliigtnn, I), (,., Muichll, l'T''
III Ibespiiceof twilte Iiiiiii'h luy iheiiiuiillsin
was gone, hut lug taken tin wdoses ot'Diiiai.g's
Ithemuatlnlhiiicily. Mybrnihcr .1. II. Cessna,
ol'lleilt'oiil, l'u , wuacuiisl byiisliiillariiinount.
JOII.S't'llSs.S'A,
Member ofl'iitigiess of '.
I'rlceniie ilolhtrn bottle, or six bottles for live
dullum. Ask tour.liugglst for lliintng's Itl.iu-
i.iaiio in. 1 iiiaii.oiit 1 1 1 1 is 1 iiv
lllll.l'IIII.Nhll.NK ,t III.NI LIvV,
Druggists uud Chemists,
Washington, D. i,
I 13"Vor (title in Chlrugo, by Van Mdinuek
Metensoii & lb Id, mid Lord .-Multi. Co.
Wholesale Druggists,
loll-wtr
L. li. Akin, Calm, 11 . K.;ai.im Chlraco
Z. D. Alsiu A Co.,
Dealers In
Harness 1 Saddles,
Whips, CollarsEtc.
105 Commercial Areaus, . . . CAISO, ILLI.
Sa-'Hiose IkvorlnR us with thtlt iiatronUK
Kt ill Ibid a coinplele (liieot gveds loni which to
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