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CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SUNDAY. AUGUST 20, 1876.
At Ux Bdllmi Oram. Cairo, Illinois
iii in m
Your House Needs
Hoi only because It look dingy and rusty, but for the lutre important reason tbatj.lt
want protection from the weather. With thU Paint, FOR A PMALL SIM,
you can Protect and Bcautilr your hnute, making It
Attractive and lmltiui.
Tbe Town and Country Ready Mixed Patau are prepared from .nre white lead,
pare Oxide ot Zinc, and the tinest and strongest coloring material obtainable, mixed
with the prepared Linseed 311, which drlei with a glow and durability unattainable by
the aame material mixed In the ordiuary manner.
Lead and Kin, mixed tn tbt way, arc not atTetu-4 by changes ot temperature, will
not eraak, bliater, peil, flak rohalk, and will always dry with the highest poialbl
polish They are warranted to stand under all ezpoeuae, and will form a perfectly
water-proof covering, very elastic and beautiful. The will work freely under the buh,
and may he applied by the moat Inexperience j person when the direction are followed,
though the employment of regular painter 1 advised when obtainable.
Tbt Paint is al way Ready for ue without the Inconvenicoce or expense of
any additloual material.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular giving all desired informal iuo in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
OXLY TO BE JIAD AT THK "SIGN OF THE GOLDEN LIO.V,"
Fever aai ipe M
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12, ls7o.
Rodger' Fever and Agti Pad 1 no impoMtton, nor doe It pretend to
cure without medicine. The Pad I medicated with effective rompouuds,
and cure by absorption, acting on direct on the Liver and Stomach immed
iately, thin taking from the system all malaria and Ullloua poison. Rodger'
Fever and A true Pad makr lo a lure cure in ail dlieatc (rowing out of
a disordered Liver.
The PuMlc are cautioned againtt pur having the counterfeit article, a
there are ODe or two tn the market; ak vour druggiftt for Kodger' Fever
and Ague Pad, Pat. Apill l.tb, 1870. Thl 1 the only original pad. fie
sure and ask tor the patented article. The price of Itodgers' Fever and
Ague Pad i only ft and it sent post-paid t any addres on receipt of price.
Observe direction and buy cone but Rodget '. For aala by
Call and cat a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
For the Cure or the Ilia that Flesh ia Heir to. Pure and Freeh. Ob
tained Direct from tbelr Sources und Kept on Ice.
BETEESDA WSML mm
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All of the above Water for aala on draught Is Bottle, by tb Oailon
Jug or Kegs, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS, Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee. Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO.& CO.
NOS. 266 & 268 WABASH AVE., CHICAGO.
WE ARE STECIAL AGENTS FOii
AND HAVE A
AND AS ENULLS3
Utile' Fine Gold Watches
Gold Tooth Pick,
Uold Watch key,
Coral Set and Ring,
tioUl Opera (.rutin,
Silver Veat Chain,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Deiorlptlon. Watch Materi
als and Tools for jewelers.
KfEvery onviltini CHICAGO ahould call at oar establishment and examine our Goods'"
The Cheapest Price is our Motto-
Ooaaral Aranf Cairo, UUncla.
FULL STOCK or
Cup and (ioblels.
opera Glsea, Ac
Tki Utory f Hie Kavle4ge of
mmtU ( rrbrtt1 If le t
loax at All-Mi) Aaktia.
From the St. Paul Pioneer-Press
An old and well-known resident of the
province of Manitoba, (whose name U
omitted for ufllolent reason.) was In the
city on Sunday, and furnished some In
teresting; statement la regard to the
shipments of arms to the Sioux, end
other events in the northern country,
lie confirms the statement of arms being
furnished by the .Northern or Dawson
route, but claims that they were ostensi
bly designed for the benelU of the Cana
dian mourned police. Large quantities
ot ammunition hare also been forwarded
by the same route, and tbe extent ot the
traffic fully sustains the presumption
that the mounted police, are not the only
receivers of these arms und amtuunldou.
The gentleman further state that a
number of Sioux Indian are now camp
ed with tbe Chippewa at Vermilion
I-ake. about 70 miles from Duluth. The
object of the visit can only be surmised,
but many of the whites are confident
that It means a treaty of alliance with a
view of offensive operations agalnt the
United States during next summer.
The gentleman states that Sitting Bull,
the formidable Indian warrior, whom he
describes as a Sac. or Fox Indian, and
not a Sioux, attended school at Fort
Garry, when quite a young man, having
moved North from the vicinity of Prairie
du 1'hleu. Sitting Bull, according to
his statements, is quite a will educated
Indian, speaking the French language
with considerable fluency, and at the
time of his residence at Fort Garry was
considered one ot the best marksmen in
that section being good for the bull's
eye in every instance at a distance ot 100
lie was known as Sitting Bull while at
Fort Garry, and our informant is fully
convinced that he is the present king of
the Big Horn country, whose name ha
become a household word all over the
United Elates. lie says that he is not
much over forty years of age, and that
he was in the habit of meeting iilm fre
quently several years ago, but has not
heard much from him of lute. While
In Manltobia, his great object In lite
seemed to be the establishment of a great
Indian common-wealth, governed ex.
clusively by aborigines or half-breeds.
In the summer of 1809 he made a prop
osition to Luls Bell looking to tbe es
tablishment ot an Independent province
either on British or Canadian soil,
slating at the same time that he
could obtain ; money trom T.ondon
and though the Hudson Bay Company
in support of such a governmental en
terprise. He told Reli that he would
staDd at his back with 5,000 Sioux war
rior', if he would only enter into an
agreement providing that none Lut In
dian and half-breed officers should be
chosen to govern his proposed indepen
dent province. This proposition was
declined by lieil on the grouud that the
church authorities of Manitoba would
refuse any sanctiou to the programme,
being opposed to an independent princi
pality In Northern America.
Fort Garry Sitting Bull claims to have
been born at old Fort Walla-Walla.
Whether the above account refers to the
veritable Bull, or is a clear ca$e of "cock-and-bull,"
it is proper to state that the
gentleman contributing the Information
is regarded as eminently veracious and
responsible, having for years held posi
tions ot important trust, and Is well
known and highly esteemed at the set
tlements extending from Fort Garry to
Thunder bay, Lake Superior.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducah, Shawneetown, Evan a
viUe, Louisville, Cinolnnati
and all way landings.
The elegant sUe-wtieel (learner
WixTksB Ps if MNiiTOS Mu.ter
ClUHLKS fCMSIIVUTOi' Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDXSSDAT at 6
o'clock ii. m.
1 he fleet steamer
Iisn How Ann Mastrr
I'd. Tuoua Cierk
Leave Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat make clow connection at Cairo
With aralrcU steamer for bl Louis, at em-
fihis and New Orleans, and at Uvaosville with
heE-AC. it. K. iorilMjinuKortnan(i JUsi.
endwiththe Louisville alaii Hteaiuere fo.all
point on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipt on freight and passeugers to all toiuls
For urther Information apidy to
tiOL. blLVfcK. Vassenger Agent.
H A LU U A V BU08 . , A
Or to U J.UUAMalKR,
duperluleadent and Oenvral Viwiyht Agent,
lo-4-iu-lv. .vansville ludluna.
Sl-SO per jrer, postage prepaid, to aty address
BEST AND CHEAPE9T
Paper published Jin Southern Illinois.
roMTY 1 CAB BEFORE TIIB Pl'HLIO.
DR. C. M?LANE'S
roR 1HI CtKJt Of
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
UVll'tHI.V AND SICK HEAIMCHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
IAIN in the right side, tinder the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and ii sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected with loss of
appetite and sickness ; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; tl.c hcid is troubled
with pain, accompli niv.d with a dull,
Leavy sensation in the back part.
There is generally a considerable loss
of memory.accoiupanied withapain
ful sensation of huimj left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry cough is some
times an attendant. The patient
complains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are cold
or burning, and he complains of a
prickly sensation of the skin ; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exerc i;e would be bene
ficial to him, yet he can scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred where few of them ex
isted, yet examination of the body,
after death, has shown the liver to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AND FLYER.
Du. C. KLa:.t's Livr.R Pulp,
IN CA.-F.S OF Ac.l t .Nli I f.VLR, wliell
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can Le used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them a
For all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
tqualed. BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
The genuine Dr. C. M. Lane's
Livfr Pills are never sugar coated.
Every .box has a red wax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLane's Liver Pills.
The genuine MLane's Liver
Pills bear the ' signatures of C.
'AIVLane and Fleming Bros, on the
W Insist on your druggist Or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. M? Lane's Liver Pu i s, pre
pared by Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all respectable 'druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To thotc w.ihing to piv Dm C MrLM t
Livs Fills a trial, u..l t,;st pj.d to any
tan of the Lmti State, one iLx cl P. Hi for
FLEMING IsROs . PiiuLurgh, Pa.
MT. OARBON(Blg Muddy)
Order! for Coal by the oar-load
;,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
sromptly attended to.
IfTo Urge consumers and all
xanufaoturera, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by tbe
aaonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAL C0MPAHY.
rflialliday Bro's office, So 70 Ohio Levee.
U"Uairiday Bro ' wharf hoot.
trl Egyptian Mills, or
CjAt ttiu Cotd liump, foot of Tautv-Eigbth
t f-Poct Offloe Drawer, Sfti-
OCALLiHAN & HALL,
Booflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specially in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Ughining Bods, Pumps, Stoves
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE.
FOB YOTJNO WOVEN,
Beirins its 3rtu year Sept. 13th. Faculty
numbers 81, Magnificent bu. Wings, gener
ous table. Thorough cur. la Eoglltti,
Science, Classics, and Modern Language.
Unsurpaaaed advantage lor mulc aud art.
Addre tbe Presldont . ttev, Uavld II.
Moore, D. 1)., Cincinnati, U. 7-V-dftw-tJt.
This great International Exhibition, de
signed to c minemorate the one nunUredth
anniversary ot American Independence,
opened May 10th, and will close .November
ltith, 1870. All the uttions ol tbe world
and all the htzt and territories of the Un
Ijii are participating 'u this wonderlu' tie
nionstrHtion, iiiingiug; together he most
comprehensive c llet tion ot art treu ej,
mechanical inventions, scientific dK-ovet-tries,
manufacturing achievements, miner
al specimens, ikI agricultural product
er.er exhibited. The grounds devoted tn
the pxnlliitloii are sltuitted on the line of
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace VX
acres of Fail-mount Park, all highly im
proved and ornnmcntcd, on wnlch are
erected the lurtrest lulMinL" everconxtruc-
j ted rive of lhee covering an aren of lil'y
acres a t cos ing o,tn u.om. i lie total
number of 'uililit(r- erected for the pur
poe of the exhiliii.on i nesr two hun
dred. Luriu the thirl davs iuimclinUly
following the opening of the exhibition a
million and a quaiter ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
I HE GREAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U.S.
1 the mos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ot reai'hlng Philadelphia and this
great Kxhtbition irom all seetion of tbe
country, its truinstoo and irom Philadel
phia Hill pus throufl'b a ranl CVntetinial
depot, which the company "bus erected at
the main entrance to the Exhibition
grounds lor tbe actommodationor patsen
Kerswhowl h to stop at or tart from the
humerous lurgc hotels contiguous to this
ttuuon atiu trie Lvhilfition a convenience
ol the preutot vaiue to litor. and atforil
ed i xciu-:vely by ilic Peonylvrnia Kail
road, which i tbe only line riinuing dirert
O the Centennial buildings. Excursion
rains will also btop at the Encampment of
ha Patrons of Husbandry, at Kim Station
on this road.
The Pennsylvania Railroad is the grand
et railway organization in the world, it
control (even thousand miles of roadway,
forming csntinuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night car nre
run from cbicauo. M. Louis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati. lndi;in 'polU, columlms. Toledo,
Cleveland ami Erie withous change.
lis main line islaldwlte douh.lxand third
lMck ot heavy fteel rail upon a deep bei
of broken Mone b illaot, nd lis briilghs are
all of iron ir t'nc. Us pasaenger trains
are equipped with every knovn Improve
ment tor comtort and s.lety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distance then the
trains of any line on the continent. The
company nas Urgcly increased its equip
ment lor Cedtennial travel, and will he pre
pared to b did in its own shops, at short
notice suiUelent to fuliv accommodate any
any extra demand. 1'he unequalled re
sources at the commind of the compnny
ot the company guarantee tbe most perfac'l
accommodation tor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The magnificent scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Hailroad is so justly celebra
ted presents to the traveler ovt-r i-s pertect
roadway an ever-cbanglnf panorama of
river mountain and landscape views uuc
qtialed in America.
Tbe eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be 1'urnUhed at suit
able hours and an-pie time allowed tor t n
Excursion ticket, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the principal railroad ticket
omees in me w et, onnwet anu souin
west. Be sure that your tickets rea l via the
Great Pennsylvania route to tin Centen
nial. KRASK THOMSON, D. M. lk)YD,.Ir
ti n. Manager. Ueu. Pass'r Agt
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
A refuLdti tlacmic ani lllr ualifird (Ji;sicUo and tkj
auat succsiMlul, a nu iacuce hiu I rote.
Caret all forms of PRIVATE,
Spermatorrhea and Iuipoifjncy,
tiit roult of seif abut iu yautb. acvu-tl ixuti it iua
turw rauri or ntner Mue, and i-oxi-tit? s.iof tiit M
WwtUa; it1ct. ei ioin.i?4, Hiiuibii I miuh (i. (iticht ciutt
sennt Lf diMiR ntmotis) olSiLLi, litftiitw M ntnrv Plir
fklD.va uljleiU . C, Avtl.t,u t-.Nilil. bl ti,l, ,
I'ukltjsituu uf Ideas, ls ( fwxua i firr, An., r- d-nti(
marrittaje hiiuroi'r tr Q&haiJijr , rv UiuiouHy mui y rw
DtruUy cured. SYPHILIS Ilu1'url ',r Wtd eo
ur.ir radijiu.a from .u ,.u-m; Gonorrhea
QLEET. Pmctiire. Orrbitis. Heruu, Uiuix,,
Il 1 telf-srtkiW Uiat phytlriati wtn'. pats sptrinl aft? mint,
to a Of-rutla cta,s of diacAtv. and trca(ibt tLtOu;mu ai.uu
aily. atulre itrtrat akul. pi Taivian kbuviiif ila fact nfun
re.ommvnd pviaous to iiit care, l iien 1 hciiiciiu ur u
Tiiil the die for irrauuvnt, nedlcio,) cao t scut (itiaU-ly
US'! utUiy tf ami lor vkpret anLtto.
Cares Oaarauteed ia all Cases
li(iuiuiiuiis irwioiirir or rT Irtter frr and lnTit?4.
Ctarajita rcaaobabit and ujrrcoii(lciica; iriuiy cuUdcuuai.
Of 200 pages, sent it aur addrrw arureiT aalrd, for Hurty
iM cent. Should t rend Iit all. Ad drew a above.
ftcc Lour front Jt a. if try P U tiuLJaja, I to f aV
a iUuHrtttnS Work JT4
a private couuev.u
ths) uiavmed aiuimar
navah an tiiai mvalsrua
of the aaauai ivsteiu, it abuat t,
eta. iatrsc aiarover.ua u tb
civDcc ot rvDrtMluctiutit now la
btmlj litpw iu tut luamed relatiott. Hal mi fcnaie,
youny auX uuiidie ayed aaouid kvtul fttid prTTj it ; if
coiiiaiitt iutorauULoD, which wo one can attoro tu b vuti
out, ou how to prewrve th htIth, and cotupkxion, aud
fivato fadid chM'ht the trt-aUuva ot vouih ii lha beat uii
tvoiy trust Mrnar (juidtt in tu world, frlcsj aycauit
Tb author .may be cuDtuite.d prraunally or by
n.ail od ftxy of the n.hitrta rr?Mtioncd in tu work A4iiriaS
1 tu ma wura ai
Dr. a. U. Vi-a-W. io7 V ttuajfwo i
Marna't (ioiai- iliuitrued
iroiu liu- M-aclit a aii tin in.
lutsitivc aboiiiil ki:or en
'otirtalun. Alamsnr tl,m
Hi y ii loE i cat A rt.rita
and Kjvv.tor.a ol the
KrHUal avatk-tti liA hirura
11 kind of Diaatet. with hundrrUa of valuable recfipta,
www vijuuiu niarrv.tnr it
lure aud cure. Trvau ou
impfdiiiicnti to marriasrYtheir na
i all liiffraaei, tuuy fipTaiuinft tin ir
means to i titr; it it the only rve)1jr
causes. avmDtnins and
aiianiiflc ora oMlif kind ever pub.iahfd. and is compirta
in every re pert. Snt securely teaied on r i-eint ol HI vt
Addreaa, lr. C- A HiMa.vNAN, w- urth Vittu sJtxti,
M. Uu. Mo. EitaaVliahed in 14
Thirty yrarsripdrientein tlicueiium-uiul Sexuai ani
Cbrouio Dieaaeaotthiii m
jmlmtmi Ur. urTTVTiamaa-vfjiuide.
BjBjfK A Pbyaiologicai Viow c! larriu:
urniciiHUiKUBiiu Miir au(i (iiasiuiii.
utafnaue, ou tiie inyt rua k r-proiui't-iou
and the etcrH ii.briintit-a il timtii.
nianbuod auJ woinnhtHjd An iliM(ratol book il ixtn iin .
for ptivait) Kadtiix, a bun should be kipt uudir lock aud
key. St nt unuVra -i L rft-icts-
1 PHIVA TB M DICAL TREATISE on all diseaae
t a Prtvuto Nature tu iHthatava, tlu abua !
oidrrfoltliv (-xual lysU-in, and tlie meant ol cure. Ubpavf
Hitn eiisrat ma, scut uitd.r aeai !"ti'A tti.
kl EDICAX AHVIOjS on Waualaiwi Chmai Diaeaaee,
8-nunal Waukints, Catarrh. I'tin-n, Huuuiv, thv tipium
llubtt, ac, iiMK wuik aeMt uudt-r -ai hr Mi eta. All
three books luuiaimng 40Opa4teat11deviTvtlti1.il worth
kuowiisK on theaubjeti, aeut aocureij aealed on re.
ept of SO eta. Adtinai, Or. Butt' Dipii3ryt
No.MN.tth ft. St. Uuis.Mo. it.ubiud im;
NORTH SIDE OF EIGHTH STXE&1
tetvt a WaaiBiaa aa4 Ooamerola
City National Bank
W P HALl.lDAY.rreaMetit.
nr.NRY L IIA1 1.IUA Y, Virret
A B SAKF(III, rhir.
WALTEK IIMJI'. Am'l CaM.ier
S. SrT Tatlcb, It H. CcMiinnAM,
H L. H llidat, W IV Hali idaT,
U. I). Williamson STErnt: Iiird,
A . 13. SaFVOHD,
Exchange, Coin and United States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
El'OSITS rwive.1 aud a p-nerl Jtmnklng
uuoiiitmB nunc .
r Hn , rrni.leM il Well, CuMiior.
f. Ni-ll, ! i'rw't. 'I. .1. Kerlh, Asst. Hsh'r
Corner Commercial Ave and 8th Straet
t Jiroas, Cairo. Wni. KIukc, Ciro.
1'. Nctr, (.'aim. Wtu tVollv, Cuiru.
a . Suwinka, Cairo. It L. Hillinifrtloj-, t I.nui.
h . Ilii'ler, -iro 11. Well, lairo.
K. II. Hriiikmnn. ft. Lnnis.
1. Y. CkmiiHm, CaledoQia
Urnrinl Hankinjr Bnaiacaa Done.
ffF.xchanitc unlrt und houplit. Interest pulil
n the SaviiiK' leuirtmi'nt. .'olle tioQ9 nimle,
nil all b'Hiu ess iiromctly uttendcU tn.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. B SAFFOKU. 1'reniilent.
9.8. TAYLOIt, Vice I'rMi.Unt
W. UYhLOI', Sec'T ami TTeaurer.
P.W. Bahclay, Chaii. UALtatraa,
r. M. Stockplktb , VallO. Schuh,
(I ii. C'L'ITHIKOIIAII. II. L. HaXLIDAY,
J. Ai I'uiLLir.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rute ol ix
percent per annum, March lat ami Soptem
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn U added irame
liutely to the principal ol the deposits, thereby
riving them compound interest.
Ifftrriod Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open ever? bugineddny rromfti m. to S p.m.
ai Saturday eveiunji lur savings deposits only
torn 8 to 8 o'clock.
W. H Yai.GP. Treaaurer.
To whom Pensions are
0 a rn l!Vi:HY Holdler
iXXJTl'ABLKD while m the liuu
and Uiacharne of duty, either by aY.tdmt c
otherwise, should huvo a psnston, TbeloMO.
a Anger entitle you to a pension. A rupture,
no matter how slight, eirea you a pension.
The loaa ot a toe gives you a penaioo.
Tbe Iom ot an eye give you a penaioa.
Any injury win give you a pension. .
who are now arawiug a penidon, are Justly rati
fied to an increase. OsTaTTHTnPX "T
!tendSstampsOlJUXw X X ail
furoopyof Peoaion alia Bonnty Acta.
AddxeM.p. H. FITZCERALD.
Cnited State Claim Agent, Indianapolis. IMs
trtTOa all letter mark I. O. Box Si. JM
SImh nu la what ctrr rn u this idwrdimnt
The iHleol, icrrMt-M, and mot reliable
remedy ever U' together by mciual st ienc,
for Itiieuixatioiu. VoiiihIh, Swellings, limns,
I aked Breast, An , Is the Centaur Liniment.
There are two kinds What the W bite Liniment
is for the luiiuiin latnily, th Yellow Ceutniir
Li nl nu lit is tor spavined, lunie and stniined
horses and umiiutU. inii) .);"-wl ;t
t lillilren Cry lur 1'nvinriii. It is a
lileasant tJ take as honey, und is ubsuluielv
harmless. It is sure to exiiel worms, cure wind
colic, reuulute Hie bowels and Moijicu, and
evercoma iiritability caused bv rash or cutting
teeth. It is a pel lee I suli.tiliite lor Castor Oil,
ami lor Costiwneas iu young or old there. Is
nothing 111 existence so eQV-etive and reliable.
VISSCIIER & n ALL'S
Wnrrnutril iial to say folnata Iu lh
iiiurkvt, himI far auprrlor la t on.
rrsilrulftl !. fur nil piirituara
lur Mb Icli is la ii-l.
Tut up in one pound metal cans, eouvenieiit
fur u In iuindie for making luud and soil
op, aud for cleunibgpurpiwes generally . Li-i-eeiious
lor uiakiug soap, ele., accompaniug
tor rleuuina Iri. presses, machinery, paints,
lolleuing wuter. wushuig sinks aud fruil tree
in the spring, it is mieitualcd fur excellence and
convenience of package. For sale by Giocer
aud llrugglsli everywhere.
Vikatlier A SIMM' Inarrliclsl) aud
nuitilrlMS rewarr is iuvaluable for the
destnu'tionot the potato bug.cottou wurm,graas
liopprrs, mice, lata, roaches, inserts, aud Ver
min of all kinds It is harmless to men and
auimals, and far chruiwr (ban fans given fur
th destruction of vermin. It is also invalua
ble as a Uiseuleotaut, purifying th air la hospi
tal and kick rooms, and destroying tb odors of
siuks, oelar stables, etc. fut up In on pound
eaa. For sale by I'ruggUta ad Oiuucri
everywhere Vlss(rHER HaLL.
ataaufacrurer. M Wall Nw York.
leading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies ol tn
Republican party, and relusft to be tram
mailed by the dictation ol any clique In tbe
H beileres that the Republican party baa
ullilled its mi.-slon. and that the Demo
irallv. party as now organised sboulo be re.
itored to power.
It believes the Hadlcal tyranny that ha
rr several years oppressed the Soatb
mould be overthrown and tbe people cl iD
Southern States permitted to control theu
It believe that railroad corporation
hould bo prohibited by legislative f cacti
mints from extorting and unjustly dscnn
loafing in their business transactions with
It recognizes the equalt'y o be
fore the law.
It advocates free commerce tariff lor
it advocates resumption ot specie pay
ment, and honest payment of tho public
it advocates economy tn tbe a Iannis txv
tlon of public aflalrs
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