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Attorney nt taw.
OrrifK t Al residents on' Ninth Rtrret, t e
inn WwhtMtaa W aJoul a ...
ALL KIN PS,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 7, 1876.
At tm BrutTl Oflira. Cairo, Illinois
III 111 FIDRj
Your House Needs Painting Badly,
Not oiiljr ben"ie It lookt dingy nJ ruty, )ut lr the mere important re -son that it
want protection from the weather. Willi tola rint, FOB A CM A LI. Hl'M,
you can Ptotect nod Beautify your hntiae, making it
Attractive and Inviting.
The Towb and Country Heady Mixed Paiau ar? prepared from pure white lead,
i.urt Oxide el Zinc, and the tinesi ind ttrvuMfit f-tjoritiir material obtainable, mixed
with prepared Uoseed .'HI, which tlrlea with a fcloa anduaMllty uaattamaMe tty
the taine rtltrtials mHeStTi the hrdlnsry manner.
Lead and Zinc, mixed in this way, are not allccled by change ol temperature, will
liol crack, blister, peel, flake or f balk, and will always dry w ith tho highest poskib e
polUh. They are warranted to tnd under all eitiosure, and will iortu a perfect')-water-proof
covering, very elnrtic and beautiful. J he will work freely under Ihe btii.li,
and may bo applied by the mt.t inexpi ricnted person when the directions are tallowed,
though the employment ot regular painter in advised when oMainnble.
TLh Taint i' always llcady for ue without the inconvenience or cxpcti'o of
tiny adlitiotial matt-rial.
One Gallon will Cover 200 to 250 Square Feet
Call and get a circular giving all de-Ircd information in regard to the
"TOWN AND COUNTRY" Ready Mixed Paints
ONLY TO RK IIAO AT THE "SION OF THE iOUKN MOW-
Five? aai Ape hi
The Greatest DiscoverylAge
(Patented April 12. 170.)
Itodgi' Fever sod Asru-i Tad is ro inipo'ition. nor does it pro end to
cur without medicine. The Tad is mrdl-ate"d tvlih effective comi-nund,
and cure br abor ti"n, acting direi-t ot tut l.'ver and Stomach Immed
iately, thin taking from the system nil malaria and Union. poisons. Ilodger'
fever and Ame Tad make alo a -nre cure ia all iib-cascs growing out of
a disordered Liver.
T'je Public art .autioned again it rur'haiilug tic counterfeit article, as
lUera are one or two in thn market: ak your druit for Rodger' Fever
and A true I'ad. Tat. ,piil li.h. l?Oi. "Trus is in : m.'ly original pad. lie
lire and aik lor the patented arliele. 1 ba piie. of KodL-crs' Fever and
Ague. Pad la only $1 anJ ifl post-paid to any ai ret. on receipt ol price.
Observe direction, and buy uou but Itodioi.'. For Dale by
Call and net a Circular.
DRINK and LIVE
For the Cure of tho Ills that Flesh is Heir to. Pure and Fresh. Ob
tained Direct from tUeir Sources and Kept on Ice.
BETHESDA fllil TOTER
Of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
Blue Lick, Excelsior Waters,
Fresh From the Spring at Saratoga.
All ot the above Waters for aale ou draught in Bottlea, by the Gallon in
Juira or Kegs, or by the Barrel by
BARCLAY BROS., Druggists,
74 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
GILES, BRO. & GO.
HOS. 266 I 268 WtBtSH tVE., CHICAGO.
WK AUK SPECIAL AGKXTS POll
AND HAVE A
AND AN ENDI.KSS VAKIKTV OF
Ladies' Fine Gold Watches,
tiold 1 Wth
tiold Opera mains,
Uold Neck Chains,
Hilver Vest Chains,
Unld Watch Key,
Cm ul Sel.aud Kin.
't ea Ket,
Office and Parlor Clocks of every Description. Watch Materi
als and Tools for Jewelers.
U'ETtryeae Timing CHICAGO should call at our tjtahltehment and tx amine oar Goodu'VI
Tb Ctwapeat Triraa ia our Motto.
General Agenta, Cairo, Illinois.
FULL STOCK Or'
f-J nip lllolirj.
t upa and UobleU,
Jc l'i teller,
l ra lilatuiea, A;
The Pruyer for Ruin
From tbe New York HeralJ.
Professor Tyndall does not believe in
llm power ol prayer to alter the material
law of the universe, and very probably
he is right. W'c do not indorse lilm, for
the reason that our knowledge of the uni
verse U HnilUxl. But wlicn Koraeo pray,
cd that the sun might not rulce and sep
arate him from his beloved Juliet the sun
rose all the name and divided the lovers
forever. What a million of men pray for
another million ol men pray against.
Ono tiiiiu wants ruin, but another wants
nuriMilne, How can looal lnlcrentu ellwt
the wisdom of Heaven lg it pOiHildi
llwt l'rovidence hesitate litdween its cli
ent s and aayg to.Iatne, wlioe arid potato
Held Is withering lor want of water,
liear Jam;. It will rain to-ni;ht," and
to Smith, whoxe liny is not y t atueked,
fM'ar Smith, your hay will all beaoaked."
No; tht'ce are t fleets ol prayer whieh are
not logical in the. mind, niul co far the
ch:il lenjrei ol I'rofeMor Tyndall, to have
one hospital prayed for and the other
prescribed lor, must be held to he likely
to result to the advantage of hi. theory.
Prayer, however, while itcantiot intlu
ence material laws may etli-ct those un
known spiritual laws which have so
much to do.wilh our mysterious nature.
W ho has not prayed for some de-ired
end '; A dying child, a dying wife, relief,
perhaps, from some trouble. There i a
story of a poor woman w ho prayed for a
loaf ol bread, and her pr.iyer was indi
rectly answered by a drunken party of
men, who in sport, threw a loaf down
her chimney. No one can olve these
mysteries, for there are men of this world
and men ot the next world. When the
entire Christendom of humanity kneels
every Sunday in church and implores
Heaven lor especial blessings is that cere
mony a larce .' It It is a useless supplica
tion then one-half of our religion is a
mockery. People say thatevery wish Is
a prayer, but that statement Is a mistake.
A wish is only the desire lor a result ; a
prayer is a request lor a reply.
Vi'e want rain badly now. The earth
is dead with drought, and the crops will
softer Irom the lack ot water. Shall we
pray that theheaveus may be opened and
the mechanical laws of the universe be
suspended lor our particular benefit ! 'er
tHinly we have the right to demand, but
it is doubtful if we possess the reason to
exiect compliance. In our churches on
Sunday prayers for rain will be probably
olA-rcd, and 11 the rain comes the elo
quence of the clergyman will be held in
high estimation bv his congregation, and
if it fails then Providence must take the
responsibility. Our own humble opinion
is, that if we look for rain in this unhap
py drought we had better study the
weather reports, which at least Indicate
probabilities. When we kneel in rever
ence to that inscrutable power, which is
above us all, let our supplications be for
spiritual blessings more than for earthly
Haga.n's Magnolia Calm preserves
ami restores the complexion, removes
frnklw, tn ami ullowneu ; makes the
skin soft, w bite and delicate. Irs appli
cation cannot be detected. 3-10daw v
Lyon's Kathaikox makes beaurilul
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents its fall
ing out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 y ears. Is charmingly perfumed
and has nnrival. 3-lu-l&wly
C. F. Kunhfl't Bitter Wine of Iron
baa never been known to fail in tbe cure of
vceakneHi, attended with symptoms; indis.
position to exertion, loss of memory, tiul
culty of breathing, jretiera! vealn?n-, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
tul hoirorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, tiimnets of vision, languor, uui
verml lassitude ot the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptio symp
toms, hot bauds, flashing of 'tho holy, dry
ness of the skin, pallid couuteoai.ee and
eruption on the face, purity iu the blood,
pain in tbe baek, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots tiling before tho eyes
witij temporary suflidon and loss of sight,
want of attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to remedy
that, nae E. V. Kunkel'a Bitter Wine of
Iron. It never tails. Thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only E. Kunkel'a.
Hewara of counterfeits and base imita
tions. A Kunkel'a Hitter Wine of Iron is
o well known all over the country, drug
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to kellit od to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wiue of Iron.
Kunkei's Bitter Wine of Iron is put up
only in tl bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
cicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper of
e.ieh botile. Alwnvs look for the photo
icraph on ihe outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for $5. Sol J by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy Pin Seat and Stomach Worms.
Dr. kuiikcl, the ou!y sucees.-.tul physician
who removes Tape "Worm in two hours
a'ive, with head, and no fee until removed.
Common seuse teaches thut il tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed. Send tor circular to Dr. Hun
kel. No. 2'i9 'orth Ninth street, Pbiladel
pbia, Pa., or tall ou your druj.'it and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm isyrup.
Trice, 1.(M. Jtuever tail..
Lincoln Butter Powder
Ciooa Freali Butler all lite Teiir lloun
BUTTER IN 20 MINUTES.
Lincoln Butter Powder is an entirely
harmless article made from a celebrated
English recipe, and now in daily use by
many of the most unied farmers in the
butter counties around Philadelphia.
In hot weather this Powder makes butter
much tinner and sweeter than it usuull; is,
and keeps it front turning ranrid It also
removes the strong flavor of turnips, garlic,
weeds, c rn stalks, cot'on seed, etc.; and
the increased yield of butter much more
than pays th3 trilling expense of usin;-j it.
S3 Outs Per l'aLnc,e.
WnoMesAi Pewr: pel Market St
Fashionable Barber .
SORTS SIDE OF EIGHTH STREE1
ftetw d WahlntoB and CcBunareia
rBTT YtABS BLKOKK THE 1C II LI O.
SR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rpiIE countenance is pale and
JL leaden-colored, with cccasiunal
flushes, or a circumscribee'. sot on
one or both chee'es ; the eyes become
dull ; the pupils dilate ; an azuresemi
circle runs a!in;j the lower eye-lid;
the nose irritated, swells, .".nd sftmc
times bleeds; a swelling of thetijipor
lip; occasional headar he, w ith huiii
niin er throbbing of-the t:irs; an
tinu.stial secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes Voracious, with a
i;uawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
ii the stomach; occasional nan-ca
aid vomiting; violent pains through
out the abdomen : bowels irregular,
r.t times costive : stools slimy ; not
tmfiequently tinged with blood ;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
tough somctime-dryand convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia
b'e, but generally irritable, cvc.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exit,
. VIL C. J.IVLANK'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
it vols not contain Mnr.ct.RY
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , not capable f d'-irii slinki
est injury to ,'? most f.-n.fcr rrs'if.
'1 he genuine 1 ;t. M'.'Lwr.'s Vi:k-v.-vrr.v.
bear; tl.e sigiv.rMix.s: of V..
M'. Lane and I'i kming Pko -. on ih
DR. C. PLANE'S
Tlie3 I'illi nro not reeonimcndeJ
na n r-in..ily f r " ull the h th;;t
11. i!i u l:c-irto," but in suTjelions of
the Liver, nnd in a I Dil'murf Cum-pVtiiii.-,
l)v-i;ep-i;i and Sick Head
ache, or di.-er.ses of that character,
t::'?y H'uvA with-it a rival.
Afll'fi A:, I) F EVER.
2v be'.le:' cauiartio can bo u.vetl
j jtirutfyi-y to, or after taking Qrti-
- v.;nc. - - - -
As ft s-mjile j urgativo tucy are
UKWAItn OP IMITATIONS.
The geiiiiiiti are never siij-ar
Each b ,x lias a red wax soul on
the lid, with the itnpres.-ioii Dr..
MVEaxf.'s Livi:k Pii.ls.
I'ach wrapper bears thes-ignaturcs
of C. M'.'LANKand Fi.i;Mii llnon.
Sold by all re.spctabl"? ilruggists
and country tor'l;p"rers trneralltr.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A ti uUrly e4dcai4 iftJ lallr qualified Ursicico and Uo
not ocfui, bj pr:uee will j-t.
Curs all forms of ."PRIVATE,
CHRONIC ftud SXJC'JL DISl
Spenuatorrhea ana luipotcncy.
TLiraU cfic-lf-tbuM in Toutb, vv&val ti etiM to ma
turar rtfir. or tiir ; j-hj, 'ib1 rv.. iny ai'Uct ti. Soi
y img -ftvt: Vrtrtuf. Kuiit-H ti uii.'iit en.ic-
in br 4reia). DioiDfts cttil;., lutcruw il--u.j. Pttr
iulDt,r. Pirn Ir". a Vto t. A t!iot. t Ki. . i v ,,1 J'cti.sk'i,
Coufu-tou of M-H4,l.fl f . iu I i0Wt-r, A- .. r,.- U'r.D
KiBrnae ioiplir wr nihn; r t , r Coruti mA ltoj.
BUrrurl. SYPHILIS au4 u-
Sn pt"11" 'x IT'"1 - Ooiiftrrhea,
MJUZMk ?Ti.Ill. or iimt, Heruu, ii-tjrr
NciiUii'.r -rivHt li uii-kU ckir.
It l Mir-vi4tjt ttut k p!irUn t -fUIa'itntlt
1" a OeruiB tii of li-t(!, tmurj it,Kin.it aiiuy
mily. rqutr t-t klll. ft in bthc i:.t ut fften
rot owmfud pt-rn-n t,- uit cui r. H ben u i it cu-tm u,
Ti-l ib-ritj tr-t trea-iueut, ii. it. eau l tni iti,ut.d
la l filr tty n til or rxprx- tiyhtre.
Cnre Gnaranteed in all Cases
i iba.uiiuii iT niiHv r.r l lrttr frA rni-1 InrltM.
Ciunces ruBL!c otl oonviibadaG ttriotit c liii-tcuini
Of Wfl pct t ut addrecii, wortdy twit!, for tiurty
wow. titiouM U ret-J br Rll. Ad tret w irvt.
VtLct Buun fruu. 4- il. l- f . U. (-uurit, t to 4 F. M.
An niortTttfd Work fTJ
paet, pnvftW fwtiu-.g
to the uiArrirJ mud air
of tltc MAuai ivtfteiu, iu tuJit,
rt.t uut trsruwm-a tn tun
cifcce uf reproduction how Irt
btrnlj iifTpy u. ute iimrnt-a rt-lotioii. 11 ate nhtl if mile.
uuf ana nuddla BVd fhtmld r-vJ aud pivwrvv it , ii
ruiituna lutvnuaiiun, bdk'i i-o on can t-tlord U m Villi
out ou hum Ui prvvrre Uif h-lth, and ciupletKm, aud
five to ihtkm the rtstuke ot youlUi tw Ut aua
oulv true Mrr4f dual iu th wrM. Triu lb okws
PV MbviI. Tu utlior tnmr fc onuJttl mmn)iv r bf
l"tl ou any uf tKeaubjru ntMtiotiri in hit L 4
lr. A. O. OiXN. 167 V ahaiiuu at.. CUitao, gVL
T)R. BORAH dAN
Msrrtav (ruiat lituatralul
ti.tiu iili-it-4ji Ute in
4ia on aia axai wmm jm f;u.imv4- know vn
uiiUIiD 1 Ok ufiiii
wwm tram yittiii.tuiwturur.
1 T kind ofDimwi, lmniltnU of valuati!. r-iviii,
ho.liuulii utam-,tUiu..ltt-iitf to nfri-e, thvir
lureaud cur. Tri-aMOH ti..-flM-i, luliy tKi. .tuning tlirtr
VAutti, lymptoiii, bckI nu-itH, t.t nirp ; il i, ih only ri'&l.y
rtvnt.nc ork unit.- kiml rv.r pub.i.ht-U, ntl i, rupiplrt.
in pverv r fie.-t. bnl . 4-ur;y wa'-t-J on n-ct-ipl ot Hi eta.
Adtin-M. r. c. A i orU tuili nUi
lit. l.ou.. Mo. tiu.b.i.:.J i i
llitrty yfaixj-ncHr m tlie trt-atiaut ut bauoi ai?1
C'hi oiuo Diacaot a t ! u M
Wjpf - Vr. UI TTVHarrtavrUuld
A PtyiOi0ical Vitw ot Aama
Jffi'fkt the iiuirml ami ruiitriiiiilatiiij;
r 'Vl' iff inaxriigt, ou t)t myterifot rjimJutt
mm j()J (Ke un l iftlrmituit youih,
IliliiU' auJ WniiiAUht--d At il Natnttrii b-Hjkt'ilpuj;.,
Ir pmhta rrnjnm, ln h khiiuiab kept uutUt .ui.aau4
try s.'iil nm. r r. f..rict.
A BIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE on all diate
of Private Nature iu M1! K iel, Hie .bux u ,a
or.tiMiiht m'koaI .rtem. ti.d t.euteiiiuJcur,lJupt4
.ri i-.i:a in-, .t nt u!ni r m-.. I-Tii t u.
MI DIC AL ADVICKon ti-vual and Chronic Ditraara,
K i Weak:, I'tiUrri), Lau-.nr, Ituuturv, hc itpn.ni
llA.tt -,, ,'jo ptii uia Nt unJt r aI for 10 c!.. All
1'irca booka foniuiinni! 460 P vnievi-T'i1ttifi wurtt
kiiu v i.x f it fheautijct, veut a-uoaiy aoaleti ea ro
rc:p. of 60 eta. Addrr. Dr. Butt' Diapanrary.
Uo 12 H. 8th at.. St. touit. Ma. I twb;..a Im;
ILLS. NORMAL UKIVERSITY
Worml, Mrl-rMii, Co., III.,
Knr Hie imar.itiiii of tU'lirr. Kxcluslvelv
rrul'rstfiouitl iutrUi'lioii fr Ui who are ir
(Html for it. 1 union lrc. Next t-rm U-gint
iJt'pu-mlMT 4th, ISTo. Bu)x;ii.r iu'demic Instruc
tion nt low rtfB. in tb Mudrl l(HwrtuMrit.
Adapted to any grmln. from Uie TOunjrtst pupil
to tuos CttioK tor the tot oollegt. Stai fur
eauuoirue, or naarres ,
t!VIS C. BEVTETT, Prw't.
An. 4-dwlm ' Normal, 111.
City National Bank
CAPITAL, - $100,000
W. ! HALMDAT, Prwildent.
UKNKY I.. HALLlbAY, Vice f mil.
A. B SAFFOKIi, Chltf,
WA1.TEH HYSIJP. Au'l Chi.r.
R. 8T4A.TS TaVLOI, R II. CCMMKnilAM,
II L. HiLLLDAY.
VV. P. Uau.idat,
U. II. WlLUAMVOM.
Exchange, Coin and United States
bonds Bought and Sold.
EPOSIT9 rcrcireA and m geoerul ;Uktiklr.a
F ttrow, I'rfi.lint. H. tvll, Cashier.
t Nt-ff, Viu I'rw't. i. J. Kerlh, At. sh'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and 8th Stra.t
Ilro, Cairo. Wru. Klure, Cairo.
Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
H. L. Ililliuirslty, t Uniia.
H. Well. Cairo
K. II. Krinkman. St. Ixui,
J. 1 . Cltiuson, Caltsloniu.
Ucnt'tnl BnukiuK BuNlueas Ilouc.
If-F.xrhan(fe sold nnd bought. InUrreat paid
n the Savings lcmnment. Cnllectiona made,
wd all h'l-iiq rt immiitlv uttpridi-it to.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1869
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIRO
A. B 8AFFOKU. President.
S . S T A YIM K, Vice President .
W. Ii YbLOP. aec'y and ireaaurtr.
P. V. Barclay, Cua. Galiohcr,
F. M. 8TOCKp-L-rn, Paul O. Scbuh,
a. U. Lomtuuiii. II 1. Hii.i ibay.
INTEREST paid on deposit at the rate ol six
percent, per annum, March 1st and heptem
xr Int. Interest not withdrawn is adiled inline
linlt-ly to the principal of tbe depotiiUi, therobr
lviut( them comuuuud interest.
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Open (Tcry business day rroru 9a m . to 1 p . m .
ti Satuntay evenings for savings deposits onlT
rout to b o'clock. '
W. HY8LOP. Treaaurer.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale aad BeUil Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic
WIXK OF ALL KIIS,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MESSHf. SafTTH A CO. have constantly
a lure stock ot the best goods in Uii- mar
ket, and gie enH3cial attention to Ihe whuleeal
raucb of the tiuaineas.
N trt-el. ( Hi.
Chartered by the
Stale of Illinois
for (lie express
purpose ot Kivinc
n all taunt of private, t-hronic, ami unuary di
seases in all their complicated forms. It is well
known that Dr. James has stood at the head of
the profession for (lie mt years. Ate and
experiviK'eareall-ininoriunt. HtMnluuI H'tnk.
nevM, ni,'ht losses by dreams, pimples on the
face lost manhood, can positively be cureed
I jiil ie wauling the nio4 delicate attention, call
or write. I'leaoaut borne for patients. A book
for the million. Mmriiige Guide, which tells
you all about these didae who should marry
w hv nut lo cents to pay iHisutge. Dr. James
hus -o rooms und rlor". You see no one but
the doctor entice hours, a.m. to 7 p.m. Sun
days, 10 to Ii. All business strictly eonfldea
otitaiued in the United
blates, Canada, and Ku
m i terms as low as
those of any other relia
ble bouse. Correenon-
deuce in vied in the Eng
lish and foreiirn anguagea, witn inventors, At-t'Tiii-ysat
uw, and oilier foliciitors, especiall
w th tliui w bo have had their rases rejected in
the bauds Ol other attorneys. In rejected eases
our fees are reasonable, and no charge is made
unless w e are sucreael'ul.
II you want a pal.
eul,end us a model
or sketcth and a
full description oi
Ul wake an
examinational the patent ollioe, and II we think
it patentable, will seud you paper and advice,
and prosecute your case. Our fee will b ia or
If Oral or written in matter
f it , Ex-Commissioner of Patents,
lewlaud. Ohio ; K"?" s'w
Satloual Grange. Louisville, Kr ; Commodor
pan'l Amman, U. 8. M., Waahlnaten. D. O.
rfetul stamp for our HHild tor obkua
liul'attnu," a tooajof Masnra, ,, ,
iddiwe -LobU Mar ., Solid
tor of Patesta, Washinfton, D. C.
m. w v aa w
TbI frrcat International Exliibitiou, U
signed to commemorate the one hundredth
anniversary of American Independence,
opened May lOtli, and will close November
lmh, 1870. All tbe nations tt the world
and all the states and territories of the Un
ion are pnrtiulDatlnsr in this wonderful tie-
i uonntration, brinplDR together i lie most
compreoensive collection oi uri treuures,
mechanical invention, f cientific disonvcr
cries, manufacturing achievement, miner
al specimens, and agricultural product!
erer exhibited. Tlie eroundi devotfd to
the exhibition are situated on the linn of
tha I'ennrylvanla Kilroad and embrace 4"x
acre of l-alnnount Park, all highly im
proved and ornaniDtM, i wbtt-K-are
urected tbe largest buildings everconstmc
ted live of lliee covering an area of fifty
acres and cos'.intt .'i.(XiO.(0. The total
number of buildings ejected for the pur
poses of the exhibition is near two hun
dred, lhiring the thirts iluys ininiedlatdy
followini? the opening 'f the exhibition a
million and a quntter ot people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
THE CHEAT TBTTHK LI HE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is the moa, direct: ronventent and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia ami thin
great Kxhibition Irom all sections of the
country. Its trains too and lroui Philadel
phia will pass throuflh a grand Centennial
depot, which the company hat erected ut
the main entrance to tbe Kxhibition
grounds for the accommodation of pacen-
S:er who wi ll to stopat or start from the
lumerous lare hotels contiguous to this
station anc tho Exhibition a convenience
oi tbe Kreatest value to visitors, and atford
ed exclusively by tho Punntylvrnia K ali
dad, which is the only Hoe running direct
o the Centennial building. Excursion
rains will a Iso stop nt the Encampment of
he Patrons of Husbandry, at Kim iSutfou
on this road.
Tbe Pennsylvania Railroad ia the grand
est railway organization in tbe world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia,
New York, Baltimore, and Washington, over
which luxurious day and night cars are
run from Chicago. Kt. l.ouis, Louisville, Cin
cinnati. Indiauopolis, Columbus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie witbous change.
its main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy steel rails upoa a deep )ci
of broken stone billast, and its bridghs are
II of iron or stone, its passenger trains
are equipped with every Wuo.vn improve
ment for uomtort and s.Icty, and arc run at
faster speed for greater distances thvn the
trains of any line on the continent. 'I he
company nas I lrgely increased its equip
ment tor 'Jedtcnuiai travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, nt short
notice sutBelcnt to fully accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the commiud of the company
ol the company guarautee tbe most pvrfaut
accommodations for all its natrons duriuir
I tUa Cvutonuial Kxhibition.
A UD lUliaTililirc ni RWliny luc Wbltis me
Pennsylvania Ksiiroad is'so iuktly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over I's perfect
roadway an ever-chungini' panorama of
river mountain ana iana-capo views tine-
qualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furntbed at suit
able hours and air pie time allowed tor en
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the principul railroad ticket
ottlcea in the West, .Northwest and South
west. Be sure that your tickets read via the
Great Pennsylvania route to tbs Centen
nial. PRANK THOMSON, D. M. BOYD.Jr,,
Uen. Manager. lien. Pass'r Agt
To whom Pensions are
JrXLXXTISABLED whit la the line
and diseharga of duty, either by avoidant o"
otharwiae, should havo a pension. Tbe loss ox
a Infer entitle you to a pension. A raptnlca
so mauer how slight, give yoaa pension.
The lo of a toe arfve rou a pension.
Tbe loss of an ere give you a pension.
Il give yon a pension. .
r oodv of Pension aud Boontr Acta.
AodxeM.p. h. FITZGERALD.
United State Claim Agent, Indian irons, IxtV
lafQi all letter mark P. O. Box U.M
Imn state la what hht too uw inu sdt ertlMwau
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
JehalaC PreaaPtlr Dob.
VIS SC ITER Si HALL'S
Warranted equal leany Fotaah In Ilie
isarket, Nad far anperior te Cost,
rentrated l-yr for all purpose
for wblrlt It la used.
Put up in on pound melal cans, rouvenient
for use In faiuilie for making liard aud sort
oap. and for cleaning purposes generally. Di
rection for uukiug soap, etc., nccotnpaniug
I-or cleaning type, presse. machinery, paints,
toftenlug water, washing sinks and liuu tnvs
iu th spring, it ia unequalcd for excellent and
convenience of package, for sale by Grocers
and Druggist everywhere.
vuarhrr Haifa laaeetielda aad
DiHliilerlMMt faadtr is invaluable for the
destruction of the potato bus;, cotton woi m.xntMi
tioppera, mice, rats, n lies, inserts, and Ver
niiu of all kinds. Il I aaruile to mea and
auimals. and fur cheaper tana Paris given lor
the destruction of vermin. It U also ia valua
ble as a piaenfectaut, purifying lb air in hospi
tals and tick room, and destroy ina tb odor of
sliia, cellars atalue. eta. rat up la one pound
For sal by IniTciata aad Urocen
rverywhere VIShCHEH HAUL,
aisnufactarcrs, W Wall al., Kew York.
1 AOg. iMlWJU
Any injury wll
who are now drawing pens tail, ar
tied to aa Increase. Daf4"TT lU
saVSead 1 iuomISU U All
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iraUc party as now organized shoult, be re.
itored to power.
It believes the Radical tvraony t
tor neveral years opprcwed the Houth
ihould be overthrown and the people r I the
Southern States permitted to control theu
9wn a Hairs.
. It bellevai that railroad corporation
should be prohibited by ltgln'atlve reads
menu from extorting aud unjustly der-crim-'natlugln
their buslues IrttDpafttaiMi with
It recognizes the equali y o be
fore tlie law.
Tt advocate free coinuro tariff for
it advocate i resumption ot specie pay
ment, and honest payment of the public
It advocates eronomy in the admioUtra
tlon ol public atlutrs
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