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WHY ARE THE
The Best Coal Cook Stoves!
W will) mm
C:aa a41ai mA frtnAaM Ia ttlit ATArT OTkiL
Be tart and ask you dealer for tt MONITOR.
wul nrsnR A. CO.. Cincinnati. 0.
V Cj a Mima rr
Sna tor muoku' '
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
fa the Grand Old
Which has stood the test of 4C
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no isameness it win not uure.no
Aohe, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or tne body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 25c, 50o. or$l
baa often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Leather Vests asd Pin.:.
LIUHT IX WKICIIT AND STYLISH
IN A l'l'A It AXCE .
Affording an amount of comfort mid protection
heretofore deemed iwHibie except in couueo
tion withlivavy, cluuiry garment.
alAia oLY li V
G. W. SIMMONS SON
Ilupurter of English I'lBtcr Overcoats.
OAK HALL, .... BOSTON, MASS
llti'l'liwrter for Military O
r ircmeu'. Out lit.
W e believe these are the best prelectors apuin
bad weather ever deviaed. and the very gnat sue
cea. met wiUi U.t aeakon had led u to uiauulac
tore larire stock lor the prevent season. Th
price (reduced tit pr, cent. Iroin latt year') ui
very reasomlilf i a? f. .. . ., t. i. ... :
eL. irtllH,mul -.. ... .
- 1 ' , " ' " win iiuLKe iiiortier, Iroca
measure, at Uie same price, t.w.1 lor circular.
Vl .:7. "4u a ar .imply tt,e . Ur.-.t. ,
Wautt, , Inaide tealu vt sleeve, - . Meutiun
height and weight.
O. W. 8IMMONS tt SON, Oek Hall
BOSTON JIAfeS U-Zi
ontikined in ih rniti
States, Canada, and Ku
rope ; terms a low as
those of any other relia-
dene invbl in IIik I m.-
liah tint fnxm . . ..
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Jy " LMm' ,nJ uU,er "liciiUjr, eHiMsciaU
W III thnava ear rM I... .... I t at . .
in bttutU oi other fcttorutytj. In rtrjecUd uut
our ttsti ttrv rwwouttble, ana no clmnce U uuvXe
If yoe want a iN
ni.atau u a model
tr akMh uiui .
full deacription ol
our invention .
a will luulii. am
ezaminationat the intent office, and U we think
U pauntable, will aend you paiier andadvioa.
uinary eaoeat, aji.
Ill Oral or written In matter
rett, Et-ComaaUeloner of Patent,
Cleveland. Obio i O. H Kllv. v. t.
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WARRANTED FIVE YEARS!
It regains no Instructions to ran It It can not get out of crier.
It vffi do every doss azi kiri of verk.
It win 60X7 fcen Tissue Paper to Harness Leather.
Xt la far In advance ef other SewtgHachinesin themagnituia of its superior
improvements, as a Steaza Car ezeeUs in achrevements
the old fashioned Stage Coach.
Prices Made to Suit the Times, either for Cash or Credit.
' Bead tor Iftuetrated, Catalogue of STYLES and Prices.
Chicago, 111. NctrYork.N.r.
AVhercaH, Charles I). Artcr and Eliia M.
Arter, his wife, by their certain rale mort
gage, executed and delivered to the under.
Kigned, on the 2uth day ol December, A.
D. 1875, did, for the purpose ot securiug a
certain proininory note therein mentioned,
mortgage to the underpinned the lollowinir
described premise, to-wit: Lou num
bered thirty (;;o) and tairtv-one (UD, it
block numbered tlftyne (51), in the city
of Cairo, UliDois ; and where., deluult Imi
been made in the payment of said note ;
now, therefore, in pursuance of the author
ity conferred dt eaid sale mortgage, I will
sell the above described premise, at puti
lic vendue, to the hi'beat bidder, for cash
In hand, at the door of the Court House,
in the city of Cairo, lllinoin, on Saturday,
February 3, A. I), 1877; at the hour ot 2
o'clock p.m. of said day, said fale to oe
ALFRED U. 8 AFFORD, Mortgagee
tireen A- (iilbert, Attorney..
January 3, 1S77 d UO d
This standard article is com
pounded with the greatest care.
It effects arc as wonderful and
as satisfactory as ever.
It restores pray or faded hair to
its youthful color.
It removes all eruptions, itching
nud dandruff. It gives the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comrbrt, uurt the M-alp by its use
becomes white and clean.
Uy ita tonic properties it restores
lite capillary glands to their normal
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grov thick and
Aa a dressing, nothing has liccn
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. D., State As
sayer of Massach usetts, says, ' The
constituents arc pure, and careMly
selected for excellent quality j and
I consider it the Best I'ueparation
for its intended puqjoses."
Price, One) Dollar.
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may bo
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other un
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It is easily applied,
being in one preparation, and quick
ly and clfectually produces a per
manent color, which will neither
rub nor wash otr.
Manufactured by R. P. HALL & CO.,
NASHUA, N. H. '
C)U ty all tttCClrtl, Ml Ctt!tn U Xtti&H,
PAVE . $SO
SEWING MACHINE CO.
New Orleans, La. St. Loals, Mo.
aULOB ONLY BY
iv. sinuous v 8,
Oak Hall Boston Mass.
It embrace all the best qualities of the English
und French suit, and is particularly adapted to
the requirement of the American hunters. It is
made from duck (dead ftrutd shade), waterproofed
by a patent process, and particular attention i
given to the rivet in of all the jacket corners
ami xecure fastening of all the buttons.
Prioe of the Suit complete, inoludlnir
Coat, Veat, Trousers, Hat, or Cap and
Send PiMtoffir order. Goods tent C. O. I. If
prelirred. To the tradt we make liberal dis
count. Kixkr roH MEA-i'ituvTUT WaUt. Breast.
Inside seaiu of fleeve. losiile aeare of troiiei
Si.e oflimil. Mention it-iht and weht.
Send for circular. Acllresa,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boaton. Maaa.
Chartered by the
Slut of Illinois
for Uie express
purpose ol giving
nail ease of private, chronic, and urinary di
aeaue in all their complicatd furni. It i well
known that Dr. Jainca ha lood at the head ol
the prolranion for the pant ft" year. Age and
expericiiceareall-iiiiporuini. Nvnilual Weak,
neae, night l,nm Ly dnein. pimple on th
face, lont luaiiiiiMul, can poMtively be curutnl
Lawties wanting the tiimt Jelicate attenUen, call
or write, t'leuaaut Uome for putieuu. A book
for the million. Uurri'ijre Cinicle, which tell
you all about thertiliaeaaea"Who should marry
-wliv not lu ct-iiLi to pay poatuge. lr. Juiuea
ha stl room, and iiarlur. You ee no one but
Uie doctor Otlice Imur. v a.m. lo 7 p.m. Sun
day, lu to li. All busineii strictly conflden
ial. t -e-dw-lT.
Mi til; tatcM College
St. Louis, Mo.
TH08. A. EICE, A. U.t. L, It. A
JAB. RICE, A. M.. i Wild
J. H. UUSWOOD, j
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP $81 00
MST Complete, Tkorough and I'ractica)
court nf Muiy in the I'uitcd h la tea a
courae lu.liini,ii, every young luuu eiu
baraiugca the aea o life.
'or Illustrated Circular,
... A. KICK, A. M..L. L.B..
OctMlly . Preeideut.
The lame can be healed ni'il the wounded
made whole. We now know Just what the
Centaur Liniment will do. They will not
mend broken bones or euro Cancer, but
they will extract orenes, allay pain, cure
juieuiiiniixiu aim a larger ruDe ol neeli,
bone and muscle ailments than any article
ever before discovered.
Scientific akill eatiuot bo herond the e'
fects of these remarkable preparations
CtiitoMC Rheumatism of ninny year
standing, Neuralgia, Weak-Back, Fever
.''urcK, I erpiiia,-oiiic!, ociuttca, V Rlieu-
HreaitH. Dintorted Joint and prianed
Limb of the worst kind are cured by the
White Centaur Liniment.
It will destroy the pain and heal without
a scar all ordinary iturna and ftealdt. It
will extract the poison of llltea and Stings,
and the frost from Frozen Limbs. It Ik
very cflicacioui for Ear-ache. Tooth-ache,
Itch and Cutaneous Kruption.
Mr. JoMnti Wetluke, ot MarybVillo. .,
For years my Rheumati.iiu has heen so
that 1 have been tillable to sti" from the
house. The first three bottles of Centur
Liniment enabled me t walk without my
crutches I am mending rapidly. I think
your Liniment simply a marvel."
C. 11. Dennett, liruscist. Hock I'rairle.
"Centaur Linimeut s U better and glvee
the best satiataction of anything iu the
Whatthe Centaur Liniment ha dene for
others it will do for you. It is reliable, and
it is cheap.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
is worth Iti weight In gold to owner o
horses and mule.
This L niment line cured more Sprained,
Sweenied, Ring-boned and tiuUci lione- in
three years than have all the Farriers in the
country in an age. Its effects ire eimply
We have tbousamht upon thousand) of
certificates as strong us the following :
"My horse was lame for a year with a let
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and I considered him worthless un
til I commenced to t:e Centaur Liniment,
which rapidly cured him. I hearlllv recom
mend it. "UKV. CJKO. W. FfcKRLS
Manorville, hebobarie Co., ?f . V."
"Dear Sirs I have used vour Centaur
Liniment In my lamily, and find It to lie ol
Kreat value.. Pleas t-end tn t dollar'
worth, one for the mulrs and hornos.
'Falls Station. WTominir t.o.. Pa.
It makes very little difference what the
cae Is, whether It be Wrench, Sprain, Foil
Kvlls Ringbone. Scratches or Lameness ol
any kind, Uie effect are the fame, Livery
men, Mage proprietor s, r armers, Ac., should
never be without the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment. It is sold everywhere, and warrant
ed in it enejts.
La I oratory of J. H. HOSE A CO.,
40 Oxv St.. Naw Yona.
Oast or ia.
It is a mietake to .uppote that Caslorla Is
not adapted to grown persons at well as
Children. They only need to increase the
rjuantity. Rut children have ho many com
plaint lor which Cattoria Is adapted like
WindColie, Sour Stomach, Wonus, Tetter,
Teething and Croup, that it is especially
recommended for them.
Itarsecu ar more certain tnam cartar
Oil. It contains no aicbohol and ia aspleas-
aui io iaae as iioney. u never gripe. Uy
icuiitiiua; mo Biomacii ana ooweis me Cas
toria cools the blood, expel worms and
prevents feverishness, quiets the nerves and
prouuees neaiu men or course children
can sleep in quiet and mother can rest.
CaHtoriais recommended by all physicians
an j uun-es wiio nave trieu it, ami 11 is liav
Ing a rapidly increaing tale, it l nreDared
with great care alter the recipe of Dr. Sam
uel i ncuer, ot .natis., at the Laboratory ol
J. B. Rose ti Co.. 4o Der York.
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Lmler the head ot
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nople," Tiy Charles Dudley Warner ; "Out
of My Window at Moscow," by Ktigene
Schuyler! "An American In Turkistan,"
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By Dr. Holland, the Kditor,
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est satisfaction to the readers of the
The scene l this latest novel is laid on
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young man who has been always "lied lo a
woman' nprou tnrings," but who, by the
death of his mother, I left alone in the
world to drift oa the current ot lite with
fortune, but wliaotit a purpose.
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Home Life and Travel"
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"Some Experiments In Co-operation," "A
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Worklnpman'i Home," "A Nation of Shop
keepers," "Ha'penny aWeek for the Child,"
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