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mania torv M la Ml. latn4iktTn , John I
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icif IHiiMiil-CttT.I.. W1M lata MIM. fWnt Irn W
it. OUaT'N. OILMAN CO.. Chlco. Ill
fVfSV lMT.i.i? h, wounded or con
Mil 1 kUltUiVA trtcted permanent direaM In
lir army n now cf a euion hjr writing to
tiihn hirputnrk, gov"! p-nt, Lolumbu., Ohio.
1 In irnr mil lyr to headache w ho Ti.itit be
ti r . I by using
Tarrant's BelUsr Aperent
'I lie titotirv-h. owrUir.h nej tint, I its i em
ir power ia weikel.ed, reveng-i-, it ell iij h t.
tl:r poor head, hii-h l nukes to i.che and' to'
tun t'iol!.-n.l-r. 'Ihe n of tin. will curry off
lutunilly, and ani'oM lmjmreptil.lv, llieonYnd
iiiK in. 'Ihe ill a- it miiuvea and Ihe he.,d
c-set I j ache.
MiLI l!V AI L lillfliOlSI-.
1ir,i 77" ' aifnU. Sample, free
l (, j f p. yu KUtv, A uu.i. Mr .
A r ,miletr Ili'torr of Anderiionville
J" bv lr. It. It. Meen-.on, nirfe., in $
H 'luiyr, with an eprndi tontairi-
JaJ Ik I lie narne of lt.noo union vol
rj il.nrn who died there, with the date ami H
72 of ileal li. fetit i,n reet-lpl ,f
ytf e, ? :,''i. A spien.lel rampi-u hrt
rook. It KMll I.I. liliO'JIIKIto. bul- aJ
OK FA tin Fine mll ar 1 with nam.. 1'' !.
""-fpust iui.l. L .lvr. C. a .an, N . Y
lliirlieM . minimi at the criii-nrii.il av jr !:1 to
:m aura mm.
Knit a Stocking" in IS Minute.
Kni'liiiK in the lieel tin I nurrew in nlT (lie .(e
iii,(i-u- . kniti -'-.; inrr.ii nnl n i'li'ii
til Wi I; ami I-iiiIi welieitlier tulmlur or flat,
-iiiw'le. il.iuli'.e or rilill, otik'iik all V:inetii.
il kml ni'inri'l . kenl In' riirnl il mi l ;uliile
i,.,kl.iL-. I. AMU KMIINi. MAI I ! I r, I ,
.nil- ;(e(-1 !l ), nr liii: iiT'i. Ill,
lf.P'T? ' liroiii .. IKI I.
riaii M.Mi .wi.v rinu.i.ipu, r.
- -i-"-.1 fir im Parllr, Slrrryilli anil Flamr
i ir'tnirt to Keep ricfclea. r f.uarantee II li
-lilin iv free fri,m Sulphuric Antt or olher rteiele-l
i. i'i-'Biire. wiih whleti M't linf;arla'1ii!feraT'4
n'r '; I l.rM:er. I.aret Vim-gar Vvor.t 'n IM
h.jrl-1. t-.'UO. l-ti. K. l.:ri:LbhlGCO,Cblca0
:i-tr.( IMtOIIIM I HO iftKXl 'J-i
!;" IMIMUKIH I'l I 2
'I li j.Mireou i lion anl Hi iii- ment of
i a ure r-vl t. r.ipl'1 tnrtiin. sifii f.r iiw
Ttein ol A. 'nrr I rrnHU," free, wilh fiiil
lut' rmnliuti i-oU''.Tiiin llt nl'M-t- tnnrket
I an l i T. POTTTR, WIOUT & CO
: t...-k K okeia. i 35 Wall street Maw York.
MTi:.n no a in.
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paducab, Sbawncotoun, Evans
ville, LoiiiHville, Cincinnati
urn! all way landings.
llu tltrfai.t ililtf-wLci'l alraiu-i
Wii raa h riKNiDGToM Muter
Chhi a. l'tKiiNGTO Cli-rk
Will leav C airo rcry WEDNESDAT at 6
o'clock ii. in.
'J Lc (lvt ttearnrr
IlKN II.lWAtLD -
l.b. 1 nulla.
lare iro every 8ATI UUAV
Each liat make c!o eonnvt'tinni at C'lro
with Uritt-claan auaimerafor Ht. lonia, Mem
iilai.aii'1 New Orlesua, ami at Kvanavill wilh
the K. AC.H. H for all point North ami Eat,
arrlwiUithe juiavill Mail 8teaiuer fot.aH
HoiuUonthe Lpper Ohio, giTinjr UiroiiKhre
ueii la onfreiglita and paaaenjter to all H)inU
triliulary , ,
Kor urther information aiply to
SOl.. hlLVfcil, I'aaaenger Agaat.
1 1 A 1X1 1 A Y It KOS . , I
Or to U.J .OUAMMER,
e'uuerinlenJeiit uml Gwueral Freialit A Kent,
1 i-:i--.ij-U-. r.vauavlllc Indiana.
Viikra. John II. I'hillU, and Rachel J.
I'liillia hia Wile, I'V their certain sale uiort
ira:. eneeuted uu'l Jelivei-eil to the uiulerHiiijreil
.,n theVAl day of April, A. 17". did. lor
Hi purpose of aecuiinit a certain pronuaaory
Hole therein nicntiouei, HiortguKe to the uuder-t-iiriieit
III following Ueaciilied prviuieea, to
wlt: The undivided oue-lml! of lot nuuitiereil
tw (-), in Wek imiiilnml three :),in the
t uy of l ii no, tlliuoiii and whemta default haa
leu mude ill the payment of auid note; uow,
therefore, i' lnii'iine f the authority con
ferred hy Hid fale iiinrtgatfe, I will aell the
alKive lei-rilHil pieiniM', nl puhlic vendu, to
the hiKlit'at hidder. l"r ea-h in hand, at th door
of the court house, in uiro, Illinois, ou Satur
day, OctolierlWH. A. 1)., l.7". at the boiir of it
o'clock, p. in ,,ol'aiddiiy, i-aid aule to he with
outlXl..,,!...... K)iil vl.HH.iMl)1,(ril(tf,
.I:ES:N GILIIEIM . Altomeya. d-J
nm mm to suit tbs mu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room aud Board, Floor 13 .00 Per Day
Spaolal IUU bjr Wk or Montfc.
A limile. nmiiuer of very deMnihl laruily
rooma can be aecurcd ut icuJoiiahle mica lor Iht
"iiiiuuer iiiontha. ... , .
I he M. Lharlea la the lurxe.t uud bntt aiH)li)U
e l House in Koiituevu llliuoia, uml ia Hie leading
hotel in tairo. Nolwlih.laiidiuK the "llel
UncW" iiiliiclioii iu price, the tahle will, a
imuiil, he Ilia-rally updiel wilh Ihe very uckt
of every thinif tlutt can ue found In market.
Kmc liirire aample rooma for cuiuu.rcial trav
lera, on K round Door, lre of chaise.
rf A 1 1 baxeae of g uvata con eyed to and trout
the hotel without chair ... . .
Jr.WEI T WILIX CO.,
I u tf Proprietor .
O D WILLIAMSON,
AnJ l)aUl in
K. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KCI A I. alUtitioi ivrn UjconMnriii nu an I
No KiOhlo tTee,
i e if.
STBATTON & BIRD,
AOENT8 AICESIOAN POWDER CO
57 Ohio Levee.
WKOLKfiALE AND KETAII.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commerrla' At
C 0 PATTER & CO.
MT. CARBON(Big Muddy)
Order for Coal by the car-load
:,on, or in hogsheads, for shipment
promptly attended to.
HesTo large consumers and all
sanufacturers, we are prepared
io supply any quantity, by tne
sonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIRO CITT COAX COMPANY.
rfIUUlday Bro '6 ifflc, No. TO OhloLeve.
,Vilairiday llro ' wharf boat.
: t"At fc.nj i.tuin Milla, or
rf-At tu Coal Dump, foot f Toutr-Kighlb
lPoat Offlc Drawer. n.
Ihii City COBifflercI&l College
St. Louis. Mo.
CCHiblislisd is 1S59.
IHOS. A.BICZ, A M. I. L.B.,)
J AS. RICE, A. M., rrint JpaU
J, H. KUKWOOD, J
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP. $81 00
MoSl Comiilete, ThoKUisli Mid I'liietual
roui.- of e-tudr in 111 L'niud Matea a
eourne indiHiiein-ilile to every younic man em
liarkinir on I lie m of life.
For Illuitrated Circular,
thus. a. iati:. A. M.,1.. 1. 1;..
1 luxe thoUfaud. two hundred and flfiy doliaris
worth of lU-uapaiMTudveiuaiiiK, at puhliahera'
rale, h'iven lor t'l'l. and a three iiioutha' m.te
accenlwl in uayinenl from advertiaeraof rjoit
aihility. A printed list. iiiviKnaiue.ehararrr,
actual daily ad weekly i in uialion and aclitilul
raieaol adverliidnj,', aent fiee lu any addre.a.
Apply lo t.ro. P. Kowell i:o., SewpaH -AvertiinK
A;in'r, II Park Kow, N.I,
Office, S-a.Utlix B-oi.lli.AC. Csm Twlft Street e.av.1
Hrpnbllrim riaala HI etropnlla
J H. tilaall, alia Temarranre Vaa
rtldntr, and R. lirearly, Whliky
allnirar. Heard from.
MtTrtopoLis, III., Oct. 20, 1S70. j
On thi;21st inst., the above rentlttn n
inaJy Ihilr appearance la this place i
Leasily sober, lor th! purpose of rpfak-
in"; to a l.ire !l niblicnii niiilirnre, but i
tbey were bmlly diappnliiteil, n were .
the small crowd Ht their itftiorant liar- j
ratim . Alter about one hiimlred ptr
aoiis had assembled lu the court house
th Metropolis Jlepublican "glee club,"
sank' "Hurrah for Honest Ilayc." Thu
HX wa played ami nauif forcibly
enough to remind us ol the charge
aaiiiat Hayes of taking the poor soldier'
butinty money, fourteen hundred dol
lars, and appropriating It to his own
use which charge ftill stands against
him uncontradicted. Meantime the
crowd had swelled to near two hundred
person, and (apt. .1. C. Willis
was called to the chair, ' and
after a lew preliminary re
marks, introduced J. K. Edsall to the
audience. The i-pcaker first took up the
whisky ring charges ajcainst the repub
lican party, and argued at length to show
that all the dWhouct otlicials and peni
tentiary convicts belong to the I h tno
cratle party. Kvirybody knows thu to
be lalsc and more, that the president has
pardoned those "coumlrcls, instigated to
do so by petitions from Hepublicau ollicc-hold'-rs
and corrupt rinters. The
speaker also stated tint our bonded debt
was growing bcautitully less, and that
I he interest his Ixf-n jiroinplly paid.
We suppo-o! he nicaitt that the money
in the treasury was growing beautilully
1 by Ki iitibHcan i rib taker-. He
spokr elo'iucntly of tin' enortnoiw liber
ality ol the 1'cpiiblicaii patty towards
railroads mid ether laudable cntci prics.
Tor a fact tin? Republican pat ly has been
liberal enoijrl to give nearly all of our
public lands away to railroads and other
private enterprises, but thia glorious
giviiig-and-takiug Republican arty has
failed to carry out their promises to poor
soldiers and ignorant Ethiopians. Where
Is the mule and forty acres of laud
promised these poor sons ol toil who
fought the battles ol their couutry and
made nionarths" of the ofTice-holdwrs.'
This Republican party instead of settling
the colored men upon their forty acres of
l land and giving tlieui their mules, tney
are lo-oay seiiun tiown in our scuooi
houses side by side with the poor and tin
fortunale while people. The speaker
dwelt at length on the free school sys
tem, asserting the free school system to be
the bulwark ol o ir nation. This Is a
burning lie, aiid has lx-en cyer since a
Republican congress changed the white
school svateiii into a colored or mixid
school system, and this very act, in our
opinion, wiil, in a short period of time,
bv the death of the Republican party and
free schools. It is saying too much
to say that the poor man
shall pay a school tax and educate his
children with Ignorant and lawles Afri
cansa bad state ol affairs for the colored
childreu, but a worse one lor while
children to meet tliem at school as their
equals. In consequence of this fact free
schools have partially gone down In Pu
laski, Johnson county nnJ many
other counties. Elsall handled the tax
question thusly: Yon that buy whisky
and tobacco and smoke cigars, know how
much tax you pay and the rich that
buy flue imported goods know how
much tax they pay ; but the poor work
ing people do not pay taxes, they raise
and make all they use. This was a
elinchcr, and took well (over the left).
He also said our reveuues certainly could
not hare been squandered, and that the
people were certainly unwilling that our
credit shall go down by a change of ad
ministration. The speaker says the Dem
cratic party Is a negative party, and a pit ty
of opposition. From the late elections
It does not look much like a negative
pirty. Eight states have voted recently
and live of them have gone Democratic.
Then a drunken maniac-looking Individ
ual staggered upon the stand and accused
Edsall of stealing his speech and went
on to say that he would talk at night.
At night he made a speech, and lo ! what
a speech. The speaker announced his
name to the audicncd a. Capt. Drearly,
from Utah, and took for his text that the
late war was for the freedom of the
slave, and said the armies never would
have sheathed the sword until
that end had been attained He
declared that the Democrats and rebels
were one and the same in spirit of oppo
sition to the government, and tried to
convict the pat ty hefere the audience by
arraigning Hon. J. C. Willis, and plac
ing him upon the stand charged with
larceny, and really did convict him of
that crime, but did not Injure the Demo
cratic party very much. At this Mr. Willis
grew indignant, and alter this gentleman
had liubhed, Mr. Willis took the stand
and in mibstaiice used the following
caustic languago lie did not know
thu sycakett had never seen him until
yesterday, did not know whether he rvas
a Jew, or a Gentile, or a lllorui( r, bit
was lead to believe ho was tho latter.
Rut of one thing he was satislled, that if
his friends had come lit and saw him on
tho stand charged with h.rceny, they
would certainly hvo remarked, yuu
have got the wrong man charged with
Tlii thrjw so much cold water upon
4hc Miid'oiiee that it :ook Col. RlOWli,
WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 25, 187G.
Capt. Thomas and J.ika Yost all the
CTcnlDg to heal up the wounds received
by the party.
The lion. W. II. Green addressed the
Tildcn and Hendricks club here last
night. The Judge mude one of his hap
piest efforts, and allow me to say, In my
opinion, the most effective Democratic
speech which has been made here this
campaign. The Judge is a classical
scholar, a logic il rensoner, and uti emin
ently well-ported rolitelan. Facts,
dales and figures will not lie. The
Judge has them. I could say mote to
your excellent Bi t u.tin-. but um afraid
of becoming tiresotin', therelore will de
sist. Respectfully. Am loot.
I 0RTT VL'AIta IllroI;E THE prULIO.
DR. C. MLANE'S
C t L E E X A T E D
(UK :.ic ti. -F
II:-j2titis or Liver Complaint,
LiYSihr-StA AND SK.K HEAliACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
1)IS in the right side, under 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 f-houlder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
l.ikcn fur a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomai h is ;;t'u led with loss of
o;.pctitc and si Li e.-: ; the bowels in
j;cpcral are t o.-tie, sumiiimcs alter
J'.itivc with l,i : In .id is troubled
Mi J sin, ,n i . !. j .r,iu d with a dull,
l i.uy sciis.iii n in tho baik part.
'1 here i.sgtiM-r.i'.K .' onsidcrablcloss
of memory. ;:m ' in cmicdwithapain
fi.l srnsr.iion of living left undone
Miir.c iliirj; v.iiii.li ouh: lo have been
du.ic A : 1 it - dry ouh is some
times an alle-nd;;nt. a The patient
oir.j In ins of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet arc cold
or burning, and lie romplains of a
prirkly stns?tion of the skin ; his
spirits arc low; and although he is
satisfied thdt exert ire would be bene
fit ial to hint, jet 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 LlvtR to
have been extensively deranged.
AGUE AMI I'F.VnR.
Dr. C. M'.Lam:'s Livir Tills,
in CAsr.i ok At i j: and Lever, w hen
taken with Quinine, are productive
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic can bo u.-ed, preparatory
to, or after t.ikiny Quinine. We
would advice all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
l or all Bilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
equaled. BEWARE OP IMITATIOX8V
The genuine Dr. C. Lane's
Liver Pills arc never sugar coated.
Every box has a red wax seal on
tho lid, with the impression Dr.
MVLanl's Liver Tims.
The genuine M'.Lane's L:tr
Fills lear the signatures of C.
MVLane and J i l .ming L'ros. on the
? Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
('. MVI.AVi-V: Liver Pii.i.5, pre
pared by Fleming iiros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all rerpectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To irione wi,hir lo f'.re I. C. MLam's
Livir Pills a trial, w will mail post paid to any
part f the L'nitcil buiw, uue iux fcl l'.lli fur
FLEMING UROS.. Pittsburgh. Pa.
1 1 Stewart 5 Do
Have opened in their Wholesu'e WareholHts on
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Large and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invito the
Special ATTENTION of the
Oct I. 'd I ill
Wholesale and Retail pealen in
Foreie:n and Domeitio
WIN: OF AI L KIXIIN,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSRS t-M Till A CO. have eonatauUy
a laraa atm-k at lb beat lood til 111 majr.
l-ke. and ana peial atteulloa tolh tslioleaal
ranch of th luisiiiaw .
Thia grtut Ir ternntloDal Exhibition, U
tinned to coinuiotnoiate the one hundredth
unniver.nry of American Independence,
ripened Muy loth, and will close November
loth, Ik;h. All the nations ol the world
and all the states ami territories of the t'n.
Ijii are jmrticiDatini? in this wonderful de
monstration, brinylnK together Ihe most
coni)irehenlve collection ot art treasures,
mechanical Inventions selentltie dis. over
eries, nintiufacturiii) aelileveinects, miner
al apcelniens, and w;riculiiiriil product
ezer exhibited. T he grounds devoted to
the exhibition are situated on the line o
the Pennsylvania Railroad and embrace 450
. acre in rn'i uiouni 1'ura, all niuiy lili
proved ttid ornatnentcd, on which are
erected the largest buildings ever construe
td Uveof thee covering an area of lilty
acre asd costing ""i.0t0."i- The total
number of null lings erected for the pur
poes of the exhibition Is nesr two hun
dred. Durit if the thirt days fniniedlntt ly
following the opening of the exhibition a
ruitllon hdiI a qua'ter ol people visited it.
THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD,
THE GREAT TRUNK LINE
FAST MAIL ROUTE OF THE U. S.
Is tho mos, direct: convenient and econom
ical way ol reaching Philadelphia and this
great Exhibition from ull section of the
country. Its fains too and from Philadel
phia will pas throudh a era ml Ctutonnial
depot, which tho comj iiny b:is erected at
tho main entrance to tbe Exhibition
grounds lor the aivoinmoilation ol pa-sen-gers
who wi h to stop at or start from the
buiiicrous large hotels contiguous to this
station anc the Exhibition a convenience
ol the greatest value to visitor, ami afl'oril
cd exclusively by tho Penrm lvrnU Kail
oad, which is theouly lino l imning direct
o the ( entrnnial ttiildipgs. EiUiion
rin will a lo stop at the Enenniiinent of
lie Patrons of Uii.baiidrr, at Eiin Station
on this l oad.
The Pennsylvania ttailroad is thp gr.ini
est -railway organization In the world, it
controls seven thousand miles of roadway,
forming continuous lines to Philadelphia.
New York, FSaltiinore, and washington.ovrr
which luxurious day and night car arc
run from Chicago, st. Louis, Louisyiilc.t in
rinnaii, Indian "poll.-, columhus, Toledo,
Cleveland and Erie withous change.
it main line is laid wlte double and third
tracks ol heavy steel rails upon a deep bud
of broken stone ballast, and lis bridghs are
all of iron or tone. Its passenger trains
are equipped with every knonn improve
ment lor comlort ami safety, and are run at
faster speed for greater distances thtu tho
trains of any line ou the continent. The
company lias largely increased its equip
ment for Cedtennial travel, and will be pre
pared to build in its own shops, at short
notice sufficient to fuliv accommodate any
any extra demand. The unequalled re
sources at the command of the company
of the company guarantee tne most perfacl
accommodations lor all its patrons during
the Centennial Exhibition.
The mugnillee nt scenery for which the
Pennsylvania Kailroad is so lastly celebra
ted presents to the traveler over Its perlcct
roadway an ever-uhanginf panorama of
river mountain and landscape views uue
qualed in America.
The eating stations on this line are un
surpassed. Meals wil! be furnished at suit
able hours and ample time allowed tor m
Excursion tickets, at reduced rates, will
be sold at all the principul railroad ticket
offices in the West, Northwest and South
west. Be sure that your tickets real via tho
Oreat Pennsylvania route to thi Centen
nial. FRANK THOMSON,
.Ty 2 -wiiii
Gen. Pass'r Agt
oTitainea in the United
Suites, Cauada, and tu
roie terms as low as
those of any other relia
ble house. Correction
deuce invted in tho uir-
lUh and fercign anguagea. witn inventors, At
t meyaat Ijw, and other Solicitors, FSeciall
vr th thou who have had their cases rejerted in
tbe hand ot other attorney. In rejected rase
our loea are reasonable, and no charge i made
unlua we arc sncceaaliil.
If you want a iat
ent.send us a ninth-!
(1 or skct
V full Ue
Vf VV wil
ki-tclh and a
I r invention .
will make an
examination at the patent office, and It we think
it patentable, will send you )nper and advica
and prosecute your case. Our lee will be in or
Wit Oral or written in matters
Cleveland, Ohio j O. II. Kelley, Esq., Sec'T
National Cirange. Louisville, Ky . i Commodor
Pan'l Amineu, U. 8. N., W aahlngton. L. 0.
JC"Send Stanin for our "Oulde for oblain
ingl'atenU," a book of 60 pages .
Address : Loula BHVKer A Co., Solid
tor of Patents, Washington, L. C.
I .'-7 -d aw-tf
t. H. OBIBLT.
A. W. PYATT
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
xxr. rYA.TT co.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin Building. Cor. Twelfth Stree
and Waabiug tou Avenue,
rJe'ounlT and ItailroadWork a BiK-eialtv
SIXTH STREET, Between OHIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hie own Hpree Shoes and
ssa Assure Qoea work.
B. T. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shade-, &o.
a.lway on hand. tUe celebrato'd llliutlneting
Corner Eleventh Street and Weening
-font do an1
UmitwiMlHMtViilltuill.ln. m,.A k . ' 1 - " .
- "i a ii.u mMW w.t, IU I OT. J
at. XiOuia AdvertU'2 & Pu'jl'n Co.. St Loul-.Ma.
Ths MEDICAL WONDER.
AN ITAT.Iir.IF. ?rF('lFIC FOR MSFAf3
' . f the l.lVl.k. liLOOH, Kll NKVSi.ndl.OW.
l-I.-i, an! Rieat corre.live cf all female deranKf.
ni'tlli. Il conuin no al. h.-ill-: ij .no. and is the
UEA-D THIP !
. roMl'I.IMI N T KY 1 KS'I IMOMAI. TO
ML.-SRS. J & C. MAt.CIkl., St li.un. Mo :
(ielnen.'rh unilrripicd havipg knrwn you ft r
ri-.i.y years a r-liaK!e thrmi.ts and phaTinaccii
ln:4, an) i.lisrrvirs the tflintive .-icti'.n of your
remclu f .r whatever rei.r.jrniended, wifch to tear
vulunurv cvideiu e tn tlie f-ITtr.-ity rf vour t?.t. and
n rir rpiir.n. 1'f.t p-rrraraticn. ' SlAr.L'IRL'S
CrNid KAM.'l mriKUS." It i, all tliat you
cl-i i n fir it ii an .d:er,t'.-, purgative, (Upuratur
a-.l diuretic, ai i -nts ".pci i.,,ly uj.ii ihe liver, blood,
Wi'lcrvs mi l .iwcl.
JUH'll MHiW N, Mayor, aho adds: " I have
thiind tliinl.e nmt p'.tr. ii; .ml riTe. ijve mcdiune
1 have ever ued."
Mll.KS SI'.I.I.S, State Innraiue Onuni. signer,
whia adi'.n : ' I em'.or-e the M.iver'a i piil--n."
" HOS. KUlllSiiS, S. H.I AI1T,
?re. C-..licr Ixail &n,l , f Ijrlm & Uar.d Pod.r
Prop. St. Louis (jble.
V. r. VAUNr.R,
lM?rk Vrnliate Cojr:.
IlKl I i'AlV A. 111! 1..
Attorney at Law.
lite Pre, i'or.trnju'
N'UKMAS I Ci'I MA V.
I'.i1! Kiir.l W..r. i.
M. K. II. Ml IN J i I ,
lve t'ity "..11c I r
M. T. AMiKKWS,
cf Mcndv, Michel & C.i.
tf llarnutu Hotil.
t H i; COXTKR,
i.'hru'n 1 km. Cen. Ccia.
1 r. n.KOCSON.
"J-iil;. ' of Mo. Iem
HI-.NKV T. ML'l'D,
lute t iiv . County Ai,'r.
I :ANK All t,
:ek i;.mrt Oim. Coorect.
II. M I 11 AMbLkS,
l'r--- "i I ir v Ilaok,
1. i KV.KNWtiUlJ,
l'rv Y. M. C. A.
r. A SlUtYOtK,
r.f Shryuik A Co.
cf e.ay, llannei.kamp ft
AaJ ui.-.r.y others too r.u:r.erou t ti.rnlii.n.
J. & C. MAGUIRE,
Sn!: r'.-.pr;et-!r. St. Louis, Mo.
rules. :i C2:?rc pes bottle.
Aycr's Cathartic Pills,
For the relief
and cure of all
il "l aiiKemenu in
the aUiinurli, iiv
er, and boni-lt.
'J'her are a mild
aperient, uml an
ly vegetable, lliey
contain no nicr
i cury or nilucral
M-rioiu vlekticKS mid Hifferintc is prevented by
their timely u-e; uinl every fiimily should
have them on hand for their protection and
relief, when required, l.onir mpeneneo hn
pioveil tlicm to lx the f-al'e.t, uncut, and
Lest of all the Villa with w hich the market
nboiinil-!. lty their oeeaion:il Use, the blood
it pui illcd, tlie corruptions of the system ex
pelled, obstruction removed, mid the wholu
machinery of life restored In iti healthy activ
ity. Interna) organs which beeumu closed
mid BliiKk'i.fli are clo;insi-i by Atcv'a i'itls,
and fctiuiulaled into action, 'lint Incipient
di -eano i chiinpeil Into health, the value of
which clianire, when reckoned on the vart
multitudes who eiijoy it, ran hardly be com
pitted. Their tutrar-coaliug makes tlieui
pleasant to take, and preserves their viilue
uiunipaited for nuv leu-Jill of time, n that
they uretevcr fieth, aud perfectly reliable.
Although searchiuK, they me niild, ami oper
ate wiilioiit disturbance to ihu coUstuuliou or
diet or occupation.
i'lill directions are riron on the wrapper to
each hex, how to use them as a Kiuuily I'hytle.
ami for the follow ink couiplauild, w hah Uic.a
i7 rapidly cute:
Kor WyaMMii or Ymllreaf ion, X.lt
Irssnrss, taniruor, met Luh of Aii-im--lit,
they should bo taken moderately to
Minuilate the stomach, aud restore iu hcallhy
tune and action.
for l.lvf r ('oniitlaint find Its vnrlou
svuiptnma, llllluiia Ileuilatbe, Mick
llvtsitarhei, Juuiidlc or l.reea Hick,
neae, lliliou 1'alic and Jliliou
vrrs, they should be jitdiclouslv takeu for
each cue, Ut correct thu ilise.ioed action, or
remove the obstitiction which cause it.
Kor OyaeiMcry or liiMi rliur, but one
mild dose is (reucuilly retniired.
lor IsbruiuaiUiu, Clout, firaTel.
Vialltitiatlon of Ike Heart, I'uia in
tlie atitle, Ilwck, aud a.uln. they rlioiiUl
be continuously taken, ns reiiiircd, to rtiani;n
Ihe diseased ai lion ol ihe m su-iii, Willi fucta
change those romplaiiiH ilaiear.
tor lli'Ut.r and ISrwtsiul Marell.
lasre, they siiould bo tal.cn in l.irjri. and In'
tin, nt Uoct to produce tl iu cllect of diastio
Kor Nnitreaaion. n 1 uire dofe MmuM be
taken, s u pioilucc thu dcsiud eUecl, by
A. a Hi ii it rr put, take one or two 1'illa to
proinnlo diesiioii. and iciievo the stomach.
An ocrai.in.il ilosx utiHiulates Iho stomal h
nnd bow cli', restore- the appetite, and iiiviitor
lite Ihe sy.lein. Ilcneo it Uolleii ailvunt.i
reoii" where no keriou-i ilei iiureuient exil.
(Ire who Iceta toh-rably well, often liml-i Unit
a ilose of theu I'ill make, linn leel dei id
t ll v belter, limn llu ir leniisinif and ieno
v.iiiui; cllci t ou the di'C;lic ;ippiualu-.
I'lil.i'itti li uy
Sr. J. C. AYEE &, CO., Practical CkemUts,
Ltmr.Li., m tss., i s. .1.
tun m.r. nv A I I. m.i .i.y th tvKiivw iir.H
The Old Reliable
Boot and Shoo Maker.
lias rc-oixiicil liU ctabllahmeut In tlie
IVh.l. iill lie foltllri an allr. laa -In k
I f Kood iu his line,
I tiive Jonce a call. H-lu-t(.
Leading Journal of Southern
Wlllalcadfuatly oppose tbe policies of rlie
Itepublican party, and reiusA to le trsm
nielled liy the dictation of anyclltjue In U p
It beiievcs that the Kepublican party hu
faltilled its mission, and that the Itruo
tratic party as now organized houli. I e re
stored to power.
It believes the lUdieal tyraai t.
(or several years ontirobied the Howli
should be overthrown and tbe people r.S the
Southern States permitted to control then
swn a flairs.
It believe that railroad corpotatlcn
should be prohibited by legislative react
uienta from extorting and unjustly dncrlnv
Inatlugln their bttalness transaetlcns with
It reeohie the equsliiy o be
fore the law.
Jt advocate free eon. rue ice tarUl (or
it advocates resumption ol specie pay
ment, and honct payment of the pubifc
It advocates economy in lie ad mint tra
lion ot public affairs
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