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Attorney at mw.
urriCR : Alreetdaaee r Wlntb trt, I t-
At th IlLXLm Office, Cairo, Illinois j
"TO WIT AND
Your House Needs
Not ohW NtMN n lookudlntrt and ryfbri
wtnU protection trim the weather. With thii
Ton ran Pi Meet ami rVnutUy V"
The Town and Country Heady Mimd Paint are prepared from pur while lead,
pure Oxide ol Zttie, and the fine and troget solorin; nuteriul obtainable,
with prepared Llnteed :ll, which ' drte with a glo and durability uniUtiiMble oy
the same materials mixed tn the ordinary manner. ' .- . .
Uad and Zinc, mixed inthl- wy, nre nt n. tnd by ilian.res oi t iiiperatiire. w HI
not erack. blister, peel. flke or chalk, and will aiway dry with the highe po.bie
polish. They are. warranted to stand under all eipmure, and will torro a peiTeuy
water-proof covering, very elastic and beautiful. 1 he will work freely iiiid.r the binb.
and may he applied hy the loot inexperienced per. lin the direction are followed,
llioiiifti the employment of regular painters l aovbed wnni obtainable.
1 bit Paint l' always Heady for use without the incon intern e or expense or
any additloual material.
Ono Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get circular glv in all de-ired Ififorma'iou In regard to the.
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO BE HAD AT THK SION fF THE GOLDEN LIO-V ,
Feve? and Ape M
The Greatest Discovery! Age
(Patented April 12. 170.)
Itodxei Fever and Agu Pad U do imposition, nor doe it pri- end to
cure without medicine. The Pad i medicated with effective compound-,
and cure by ebaorf tion, acting direct 01 the Liver and Stomach luiwd
laUly. thin taking from the ijikm all malaria and Bilious poUont. llodgtrs'
fever and Ait'ie Pad make alio a "tire euro in all el-case growing out of
a disordered Liver.
The PuMIe ar uUrited KliMt ptir li.'ihlnir tl.e counterfeit article, a
there are one or two In thn market: uk your !rir.'2Ut for Hodircra' Fever
and A-ue Pad. Pat. Apiil liih, 1"70. Tun 1 111 1 oulv original jad. Be
wire and ak for the patented artn-le. 'I he prh t of tiodKer' ever and
Ague Pad 1 only $1 and U eot ponupald n any i rt oa recip o price.
ObMrve direction and buy none but Lodger', for aale ty
Call and et a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
For tho Curo of the Ills that Flesh is Heir to. Puro and Fresh,
tained Direct from their Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETUESDA DM. OTTER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From tho Spring at Saratoga.
Ail of the above Waters for hIi on draught in Bottle, by the Gallon In
Jug or Kef, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY. BROS., Druggists,
74 Chio Levee. Cairo, 111.
KOS. 36? J68WABSH HE., CHICAGO.
WE ARE SfECIAI. AGENTS FOR
AM) HAVE A
ASM AN F.NILI-:S9
Ladies' KlBioll Watch,
t.idd Uper . baiM,
' lioldNxk Chain,
Silver Veat Imini,
Nut Fiek. .
uuia room ri. ss.
Uol.l Watch Keys,
Coral Heu and Itinirs,
OlAeo and Parlor Clock, of every Description. Watoh Materl
alt and Tools
CHICAGO should eall
. I vBaieai
t h" ' ianpertatit reason thai
itUy our hr making It
General Afcenta, Cairo, Illinoia.
FLT.L STOCK OF
t up and liobU't. '
1 tiold Thimble, .
KUver 1 himbla,
- Heal HiDRS,
Ujwra lilawea, Ae
at our esUbli-ihiuent aad esamlne oar GooAsPB
rrtoe 1 our Motto-
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 30, 187G.
MTHERIHE RIEF3 FATE.
Waltiaa; for Ter for tke RetttrM of
Her Baller-Her Nweotlieart BMnrei-
tr. with WMltk, t rint Her neiwr
' led ! I) li.
(Krom the Sew Vork Snn.)
UoitKDAt.E, P., August 22.-I
John Sell, a joiiBE Oermaa clerk in a
alore iu Sew York City, Was cDi'aged to be
married to a tiennan girl named Katberlre
Hief. The California ell feer breakin
oeit,' Beitf joUed a party .bound for that
region. The Crt letter that Le reeeived
ftotn lorn) eonUlofidtbe, lute Utftnce tint
MiL el wa aoon to become the mother
of Ida eMIX Ho wrote tack that, Mit f or
the distance acd lack ol mean, he would
retrun at onen at.d marry.her. He pledged
hini-e flo come hark a loon a poiMe
and make her hi w ife. Soon alter the i.lrth
of the child the younjf woman came to Hon
dale w 1th the family of a brother. They beard
oecionly fioru Seitz. He always renewed
nil pledget, and a;d he wn eekiog for-j
tune alone to eiiahle him to come Eat to
get hi wife n1 child. Then nothing furth
er w a heard from him, and after two or
three year he wa looked upon a dead.'
MLa Riet' brother wa acarriiee-maker-Io
hi employ waa young blacksmith,
named Wendt Thii man bad profecd
great love for Katherine from her find ap
pearance In this place. She refused hi of
fer of marriage for four or five year. At
length, believing that her lover wa dead,
and wishing to releive her brother of the
burdun of hertelf and ehilJ. the accepted
the blacksmith, and they were married.
Tbey went to New York t live. Wendt
turned 0 .t to be a brute. He a titled and
neglected hi wife o bametully that he
soon broke down in Lea tb.
A few month after the marriage a letter
came to HontKlnle from Seit. lie bad been
for a loos time In out-of-the-way digging,
and had at lat made his fortune. He was
about to Htart Eat after his wife and child.
This new created a treat cntation in the
family. Scitz arrived in Uonedale in due
tine, and wa ntunned at the new he wa
told. He determined to ee once more the
woman he had loved, and proceeded to New
York for that purpo-e. He found h-r in n
miserable tenement, djiDif of consumption
with no one near her bnt her Infant thlM.
She died a few days afterward, churning
Wendt with having caused her death. Seit
had her remain Interred in Greenwood
Cemetery. A week afterward Wendt, no
doubt tilled with remorse, viaited the Mot
where he wa burled, and iliot Liiu-elf
through the heartover ber t;rare.
SiU retuxDed te California, vlactr his
child In tho charge of his mother relutive,
in Honesdale. Tho boy grew up under the
name of John Rifef. It was not until after
be was ol age that he learned his bi.-tory
and right mine. He became ajeweler. Six
week ago he was prostrated with hemor
rhage of the lungs and oiuTucsday last he
died. The ni','ht before his death a letter
was received from San Francisco saying
that Jobu Sell., of that city, wan lying at
tae point ofjdeath. News has -iuce been
received that he died there an hour or no
before hiseou't tkath here. Scitx maniel
in California, and at the time of m death
wa very wealthy. He owned a handune
residence In San Francisco, In which there
is a room, fiii oij-liid elegantly, which Stitz
called "JohnnVs room." It was fitted tip
for hi son iu this place, who was too much
attached to his childhood' friends to go
there and occupy it, as his father !reuently
requested him todo. In all his letters Scitz
declared that hi son should share equally
with bis other children in hi wealth. It i
supposed that the young man, dying as he
did subnequent to hi father, was heir to al
handsome property. As he bequeathed al,
Ms property to the aunt who reared bim
this will fall to her.
NORTH SIDE OF KIOHTH STREE1
M. J. HOWLEY.
M Esiiis ul Mi fi'ti
Office in Bross' Building.
Refer by iermision to A. B. Hallord, tifch
ier Citv National Hunk, and Hun. . Bro'.
'resident Alexander CtHinly tiank.
C liarU-red tiy Hie
Btate of Illinois
for the exitre
iiurpoMs ot living
liuiuetliale rein I'
1. .11 hLir VniKiiit.u.iMl ftirms. H is well
known tuit llr.Jamu ha tol at the howl of
the urofiraaion for th imuI yeun. Aee and
esierieD(areall-iiiiiiortaut. ajenlBl HMb
aeu, night losses
fiu luat luanlmuJ. umu KOMIIki'ly IM) CUTtul
Ladice wanlinc Um most d'
lelicat altautiou, call
nrvr la P uiull hlUOI fllf uaieUUi. M. DUO
for the million. Marring Uuid, which tells
you all about these diseases who should marry
whr not 10 cents to pay jxwuge. lr tfaJue
hu M rooms aud parlor. Vuu see 00 on but
tha doctor OOlos hours, t a m. to T p.m. Sun
days, lu 10 li. All biutnCM strietly eusltdea
tVBTT IUU HCrOKB TB rtBLIC
SR. C. M?LANE'S
. Celebrated American
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THK countenance is p:Je anl
Iewlcn-colorcd, with occasional
fljbhcs, or a circumscrilied stot on
one or both checks ; the cyc3 IxTome
dtll ; the pupils dilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swells, and some
titnes Llecdi ; a swelling of tho upper -lip;
occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the cars ; an
vnu3ti.il secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foid, par
ticularly 1:1 the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone; fleeting pains
in the stomach; decisional nausea "
and vomiting ; violent pains ihrotih-o-it
the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive; stoob slimy; not
unfrc'i'icntly tinged with blo! ;
b?lly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid ; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimes dry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, witii
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms .
are found to exist, t .
DR. C M?I ANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MLRCTRV
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
rat ion, not capable cficirt: tie slight'
at injury Ij ihe most tcniltr in fant.
The genuine Dr. MLaneV Ver
M!FL"f;F. bears the signatures of C.
M Lane and Fleming Lko'. ou tho
DR. C. LANE'S
Tliee Pills are not recommended
n n remedy fur "oil the ilta thn.t
llosh is heir to," but in aifjetions of
the Liver, and in all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia and .Sick Ilead
.I'.hr, or iii.soacs of that character,
they stand without a rival.
AOUK AND FEVER.
X b:tter cathartic can be used
pveparatory to, or al'ter taking Q,ui
iiine. As a eimple purgative they are
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.'
The genuine are never sugar
h box lias a red wax seal on
ti c lid, with the impression Dr..
MVLaxk's Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bears the signatures
of C Lane nnl Fleming Urop.
Sold by all resectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
BJfrol BCCt'taflil, i UiB I 'fBtUa W.U I 'M.
CnrM all forms of PRIVATE,
gHgNlC and SEXUAL DISl
Spermatorrhea and Impotency,
the rult uf Mlf-sluc lu ruth. exasl ft. mi iu mi
turn-;rire, or cthttr cftu, Bti4 irnrtwiiic biui( thr in!-k-wisxi
t-fle tr IiirtouBiiM. Hiiiajl wiiun. (niiftii emtia
i'Hi) brrtrfu. iiBUliMa l&Hilt bUcenlvr M-u.irv. t h
llre-v, Piiiiplntu Bre, AVer 4oii U hit-tv ot HiftLe,
t7oufu4) of l i ai. !.! u f ttu i r.rr. tv d rib(
to4rnor lirvMT or iiahBHijr, ant Uioreu,'n wtl tbub-
umuy ctr.i. SYPHILIS i0-1" v tur1
GLT. (stricture. trviiui., Haiiu. MufVUtfv
fil'i uii xtiier frlBte tiM!tiaM4 quiw-tw mrejiiL.
ll U Btlf-;ilcUt thikt avtlWeeCUala aVBB fvlBl B.UWta '
a erriBin f diB--. Binl trvuiiosj Hict.u.iilB annti
ally. exiuir- ivat akill. Ft lak'iBB' kQuaiiitf Uls 1ct ufua
mutnturD't (sprawne uuiTearr. Wlita ii It iattif-otpiit tt,
f tit Us cny u uaaiBuetti, raedirHi' est a it BMtt ritUrl
a ixl -Mifcly uy maHor expntt any htjrt.
Cares Gnaranteed in all Cases
Caueu.taUuaa !rDKnT r br IfHtcr trf ani InvitM.
Ckaryaa rca.suoUr asvl ourn-pi4aof Mi-wily LHiuU&i.
Of Jfifl isaf, hdi " a&r atlireta, avTarri aralad. tar tairtf
(h ceu. hU-ui4 ! Iu4 It ail. AtleirvBB a a !".
OftM aourf tram t A. M. F. k. Buudaj b. 1 1 t T. M.
it tUuitratcd Wrk V$
.gKi, a privaia cuuuswmf
tha nauTMil attdmar
Wtrvlj happ u. iha n.arrlHi rlaX
Jitsgvabit 90 tha uyttenas
hiusj ivsicru, iu auuara.
urat oiaouacnc tn wm
A mtvdxuxuim 1 bow Ha
iMpov it tha Riamea iltKm. Maia aau trBaaia.
ounf aud inttiai e4 luutikl rejkVl and nefj it i a
i-viuaio toiuriuaiif wnirb uo ooa can timra to m vitn
OUI 1 va how U rMTTt tha health ' nplkm, aosl
Civ to ttultMt chatkJ lha trvmtw ot jouti Of beast Bij
oul tnva MaMiiaii' Guiua la tha worm, rrioa aticwata
by Mail. Ttta autbor niay ba consult pfrauaally ar aa
mail on any otha subject tmauooa! In hi wr
lX.ei.O. OissUfe llS V Ulle'r CUkaCii
Marriat;r Gitidr tliuUratnrJ
Iroiu Ula leachtta aU thaiu
qutaiura alAui kitow cn
C..urtil.i. Maxriif, tha
and Kvvfiationt ut Ilia
allkiad of Ditaaara, with bal U of aluabla veceipia.
nu Bfiuum Hiarrt ,inr luiprui v ssrriBMtr wifir pa
turaaud cure. Trt-aiODad li , tully etplainint; thvtr
cautB. -mptnni and nieartBlu cure; it it Uieouly n-aUr
cientiM work oft He kiad ever ubllhed. aud U eonipW-ta
Id tvmrw rekpeot. Sent tvrurel j arakd on uti t Mj cta
Adiiraas. Dr. V. A. H-'Misnan. urii iiidj auavU
hC Laua Mu. labii.hrd ia !
DISPENSARY j r'
TIiMt T.arrpriien In th tmtiThtul ul Saxul nci
W. lr. HI TTM'MsirrtacvVwlde.
M ' 'iiC M rUiiiifritlttttl l)io. cuiilriittilaiuiX
fTJ. .W T X murian. ou Uw aiyrtr w t rriirudut t.
ymmamm ,a u rr liinnmliu youih,
maubtKie ftnd wttutaiihiMid An lllMtfrvud b-wk l AjU .-.
ttir irivi rt-aaniK, hich hou4 6c kvyl uiMlvr ItHk ui
kilf. S'nl unl. r ariil furMlfH.
A VH1VATB MEDICAL TIATI8 all diu-
of a Privat Katur iu bth tvxtt. the alaiv. , a
lnlvrotthai'Kual a;.lt-in. and thuiraulwlvuri'.ljULci
U ii (i it)i.aiiu., ?f,i uim1 ratal lrUrla.
HKDICAL ADVICS on hViualand L'hmnir Diarava,
R' liuual W taaiMti, Catarrh, Canrw, KuMuia, Iks Upiuia
1 Jnlitt, kc, ililput urk afMt uiidrr arl lor lu elk Alt
thrr book containing 40 paailrvryiiiinii wunli
kiiownit an ihtnitvwt. Mut keouraly Mle4 an r.
tpl of SO eta. AiMnua, Dr. Butts' DiuMiwani.
Me.l2N.tht..tt Uuie.Ua. iUiabluiM.j ut.-.j"
A inn toto
Ai Event at tha
" a avtk ssnwarsEB r AY aT'
AVb THI CAMPAION OW 1870.
Just the book for the limes. Uives a lull history
of th Nations! Capital and l.ocrum-nt. bbows
bow tbe eovarnnMnt has beta luanugwl since lis
organitation. fcsplains bow lolw ' as pat
uiroUMU congress, uitesaiuu iintiory oi in
V biaky fraud aad belkcap Maaudai. It srives
Die Uvea of Uaves, Vk'befler. lildeu and lien
drit ks. Uraudchanot for Airetiu.. A0lrea.
-17-w8w J. U.cll '.MULBs, huLeuis.alo.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - - 100,000
W P. HALLIDAT, rresiih nt.
UtNRT L. H ALLIDAT, VieePreal.
A .B BAKFORI. Ciohief.
WALTV.K. JIYbLOl. AM I lashter.
AAT TATLOB, It II. CroHBHUI,
I.. ItAUJDAT, W P. lltU.llUT,
. !. Willi juio. rPHti Itian,
A . B. Battohi.,
Exchange, Com and United Sttei
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS received anil a feoeral Ranking
ff. Vice f re' L
H. Wells, Caxhier.
T. J. Kertb, Aaet. ash'r
mm wn m
Corner Commercial Ave. auid 8th Street
t'. Rrrws. Cairo. Wm. Klue, Cairo.
I". Vtff, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
A . Stifiarjka, Cairo. R L. BillinRslej, t. Louis.
K. Ilu'ler, Cairo. H. Wells, Cairo.
P.M. Krinkman. St. Louis,
J. Y. CleiiMon, Calclonia.
Ueuernl Bunking Bnslne Hone.
TjExcharifre sold nl bought Interest paid
n the Savins fM-partmeot. Colleetions nuvle,
ml all b ain k i.romtitlT attended to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIRO
A. B. SArPORD. President.
9.8 TAYLOR, Vice President.
W. UYSLOP, Sec' t ami Treasurer.
P . W . H ami I. At , I'kai . G ALieusa,
P. M. BTOCKFLams, Vaii.. tacniiu, ..
tt. H. CUXHLNOBAJf . H L. Hallioat,
J. it. Philuts. .
INTEREST iaiI on depooiU at tbe rate of six
tier cent, pcrannam, March litt and Sitem-M-r
lat. Interest not withdrawn is added iiuine
liately to tbe principal of the deposits, thereby
fiviiui mem cudiuuuuu lUKn-ai..
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit money ana no one
else can draw it.
Onrn rvt rv businessdST lTomfla.m. to S D.m
a J !tunUiy evening for savings deposits only
roin o to B o'cioc.a.
W. HTSLOP. Treaamrer.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
Foreign and Domestic
WINES OF ALL KIND.
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESS S5. SMYTH CO. have constantly
a larre stock ot the bent good a in mv uuu-
ket, and give especial attention to the Mbulesal
rancn oi tne nuninesa.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Waablnrtoa aad Commercial
Atush, adJotalSaT Huiiy'i.
RKEPS for sale the best Beef, Perk, Muttoa
Veal, Lamb, fcausatre, Ac., aud la ur
lrad U anrve faiomn tn an aenattUtile ma' ir.
VISSCHEB & HALL'S
WarrasstXI equal to any Potaak la the
market, aad far anperiar tm Cos.
' eealrwSed f.jr far all parpeie
fur H bl4-h it te umnI.
Put tip In onMund metal can, ronvraient
for ue in fniuilie for matins: bard and soft
sosps, aud lor cleauiDK puruoaas geuenlly . li
reetious for making soap, etc., acuompaning
For cleaning- type, presses, machinery, paiats,
softening water, washing sinks and fruit trees
in th spring, it is uuequaled for excellence aud
convenience of package, for sale by Utooer
aud Druggists everywhere.
Tlaseher Hall's Inaeellelae assd
nUlnleetMBl raeer is iavaluald for the
destructioo of the Ktato bug.rottou worm.gras-biM-rs,
mice, rats,' roaches, iaeets, ana Ver
utm of all kinds. It is harmless to men and
annuals, and far cheaier thun Paris green tor
the destruction of veruiiu. It is also invaliu
blc as a Disenfectaut, purifying th airia bosui
talsaml sick rooms, and destroy Ida lb odors of
sinks, cellar, stable, ete. I'ulup in one pouud
cans, for aale by lrUKgi"l and (Jroccr
every wliere YIClIKU HALL,
Manufacturers, Wall el., aew Vork.
AllfT. -d WIU
t J !"sg-""-.
ILLS. NORMAL UNIYEBS1TV
. Keruial, Bletueaa, Ca., Ilia.,
lortbeprepamttoit of taarhere. Kxelnslvely
Profvssioaal ln.tmctioa foe thoae who are prat
Pand lor it- Tuition fro. , Next terta bujrie
BVpurmberStb, ICt. Baperior acalauiiic. insuruc
tion at low rate, la the Model department.
Adapted toeay gride. fr tbe yoanrot papihi
to those Bttiag tor tbe bast ewlMfea. BaaJ fur
eauuogtk. vr mm rasa,
KDWIS C 0CWCTT. iaL
Tbi jrreat lrtcrnitiooal Kxblliition, Je
Mirned to connuemorate the one hundredth
anolTeriary of American Iodrpendeticc,
opened May lOtb, anil will cloe November
luth, I?ti. All the nations et the world
and all the MaUs anil territories of the Un
ion are participating In this wonderful de
monstration, bringing together tne mot
comprehensive collection ot art tretsii'e,
mechanical invention, scientific diivover
eries, msnufactnrin); achievements miner-
i specimens, and agricultural product
r.et eshibltej. 't he eroumU dcvoteil tu
the exbibirlon are situsted on the tine of
the Pennsylvania Ksilroad and embrace i'A)
acre of Kainnount Park, all highly Im
proved ad ornamented, on wblch are
erected the largest building ever contrue-
a live or mn e covering an area ni ni'v
acres a d eos lnsr js,o-fl.i)oo The total
nnuiber of butldinir erected for the pur
pose of tbe exhibit on Is uear tw o liiiu
drcd Iuriiu the tliirt days lnime liatt ly
foPowinif the opn nif of the exhibition a
million and a qua'ter ot people visile j It.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
THE GKE1T ISUIK UNK
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is tbe mo, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ot reaching Philadelphia and this
(treat Exhibition trom all scetions of the
country, its trains too aim irom ruiiauei-
phta will pass tbroullb a grand Cvnteonlal
depot, bleb tbe company baa erected at
the malu entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds for the accommodation of pai-sen
eers who wi n to stop at or start from tbe
numerous large hotels contiguous to this
station ano tne Exhibition a convenience
ot the greatest value to visitor, and afford
cd exclusively by tho 1'ennsylvrnia ltail-
uad, which is the only una runiung uireut
tbe Centennial bulldinrs. KxcurMon
rains will also stop at the Kncamumentof
he Patrnns ot Uiwbuudry, al tiia btaliou
on this road.
Tbe fennsvlvania Railroad is the grand
est railway organization in tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia.
New York, lialtlmore, and wahingtoo,orer
which luxurious day and night car are
run from Chicago, ut. Louis. Louisville, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Krie witbous change.
its main line is laid wlte double and third
track ot heavy steel rails upoa a deep lei
of broken stone b illaxt, and lta bridglis are
all of iron or stone. Its passenger train
are enulDDed with every knonn improve
tnent for cotntort anu s lety, anuare run at
faster speed for irreater distauce then the
trains of aoy line on the continent. Tho
company na 1 .rifely increased it equip
ment lor 'Jedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to b 'ild in its own shops, at short
notice sumeient to iumv accominouaie any
anv extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the comtany
ol thii enmuanv tea iranten th most perracl
accoinmodAtions for alt i's patron during
tbe Centfl1 nial Exhibition.
The magnific nt seen ry for which the
Pennsylvania Rilroad is s i justly celnbra
tedpresenuto the traveler on rl a perfect
roadway an ever-changint' paiioruma of
river mountain and landscape views tine
qusJcd in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and an pie time allowed tor en
Excurrion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the prlnciidil railroad ticket
offices in the AVest, Northwest and South
west. He sure that your tickets re'l via the
Great Pennsylvania route to tbe Centen
nial. Fit ASK THOMSON,
Hen. Pass'r Agt
Th llet, srreatSMtt. and mo reliable
reniedy ever put tKetlier by medical acienoe,
for Hheuatism, Wounds, Swellings, Hums,
Caked Breast, 4c , Is the Centaur Liniment,
There are two kinds What the White Liniment
Is lor the human family, th- Yellow Centaur
Liniment Is for spavined, lame and strained
horses and animal. iiiil5-wl:lt
rhlldren Cry for Oaaforla. It is a
ileaaut to tuke as honey, and is absolutely
harmless. It is sure to exi-l worms, cure wind
colic, retculale the bowels and Ktomucb, and
evrrcoma irriuibilily cauwd by rash or cutting
teeth. It is a perfect aub.tir.uto for Castor Oil,
ami for Coslivnuess iu young or old there is
nothing in existence so eU'cctivr aud reliable.
To whom Pensions are
T ATT EVERY . Soldier
MrJX M laf aPISA-BLEU while tn the line
and discbaxge of duty, aithor by ancldant e
otherwise, kould bavo a penaloe, Tbe lose e.
a anger eatitlo you to a pansioa. raptor
ae matter haw (light, m lve yon a paaaloa,
Th lot of a toe gives yoa a peasloo.
Th Itttt tf aa tr fltss ynn aoniloaj
Any InJary will f It too a pensloa. .
who are now drawing a panaUm, are Justly eatlf
lor oopy of Peaeloa aud Bonnly Aets.
f-.P. H. FITZCCRALD.
Valted Stats Claba Atent, iHMAMAroua. Irrtv
BtjJTOa all latter mark t. O. Box MiBl
!, iiaia la wtat saoar rwi at tkla a4wlanat.
O'CALLAHAN & WATT.t
Booflng and OuttBrtng a BpeoiBlty
Slato Boofiing a Specialty ia
a7 part o( Southern JJlinoiB.
Ughtairix Bods. .Tnrii," StoroB
. i ; - and Tinvavoav. e : .
lieading Journal of Southern
Will steadfastly oppose the policies cf rhe
Republican party, and refuse to be tram
melled by the dictation of any cirque In tte
It beicves that the Republican party has
f iUilled its miislon. and that the Demo
cratic party as now organlxed shoulu te re
stored to power.
It believes tbe Radical tyranny ti
for several years oppressed tbe fouth
should be overthrown and the people r tbe
soutborn States permitted to contro. iheu
It believes that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by legislative et si ti
nunu from extorting and unjustly dasenm
'natlng In their business transactions with
ItrecognUee the equality o be
lore the law.
It advocate free commarce tariff for
it advocates resumption ot specie pay.
ment, and honest payment of tho public
It advocates economy in the admlnlstra
Hon of publlo affair
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