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eviaiag sebaiiifhsss to the JotaaaL.
TeaJaai On year, S uui bu auoatha, 1 on
Tkre uioaths, Mi erate, poelure naui.
AsVieea I'. at. lioicuau.,
Ckse.MW Ik Cuy, Uw.
tT.ttT C4trttTtritrtTUuUT Me.
A mini miSb.ii inei Waste! Mien, k Vm re
wH tatk bnUI wmi f ail Vrl. anul
MlamM VMM M wr itor rkTriclaalaat
Usls. a iwt " " w!"" tar.
yili,erriMe, Oleet, Stristoee, Of
eat, Hernia, ar Renter, alt Urinary Olsasss
anal inkilKia ar mareariel ewastisal af the
kres sent ar fcaaaa, are treat. MleaaMlM
eaweM, a mum mmbUS. uW. mumr.rnnr-
tpemeterHte, texeil Debility eae latest,
aecy, asaiBMt M-ekmta Mk, ssbbb mn
la Mnr rr.,M staar , eal rt arelsassMW
ef iu MMwtaf eawwi
MWe, ! rtfM, IiHiUw ewewry, HHa Jki
mm. .Vmi am... imii MMetatr.fai !,.. .Mental
ef Mm Km Mi Ml fewer, eta., ".Sir! SsairSsa
Imprope r nahaza?,ara
U MW4 BVpM,
a ibi,, fina AnMHlMfJaa M Ml
OmmlktUea M Be ar kywaUl
a-M. eea an nm.a ai my unewmuM """
W u kVaUoaTMlnl M Mt tbt .r f-!l
H4KISM na h net by or ?f 7"eer.
Fimphlei o any add real, fbr Twa tampa.
(aaathar, IIMmtraied, 19 Cant.
MARRIAGE I ?&
rZSEs. I CUIDE.
naaant eloth and (lit MHint. aeaiea ror sua.
Tke Pbrtlolnfy ef 1
ifrrMAlu. 1 eMUtu th rom of mdl-U t--
.... aeuHeeretthArArl Inl tan atDfllva nrftCtil. ftN WCrlfc
" umu we will fire U a oareful paruaat. teu tuaea
c?T7ki,iMi mm ihm dot Mtxr snr. !M ram.
MMHUtllL CbMDMt nol cull la ABMrtoe. l'
lUicr MllrwM, lMln iituv
617 SL Charita tract, St. LouU, Mo. I
.611 St. Chrles Street,
Treat nil forms of Veneral Diseases, Semi
nal Kmissions and Sexual Ilebility, with
unperalleled success. No matter who failed,
call or write; pamphlet or consultation free.
. Can refer Ho the medical profession in all
" parts of the Country.
WHY ARE TUB t
Ihc Best Coal Cook Stoves 1
THE QUICKEST WW
Km tW tnil Trrina (a suit SVTT 09S.
fie rare sad uk you dealer for the MONITOR.
wil: RESQR & CO.. Cincinnati, 0.
Hklltainitlt M All KIRU Of STOVIS f M CDOKIII
Q t Hi sjutms rvnrsasa.
Send for CaUlegus. , .
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE '
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST! Z
la tbe Uraud Old
Which has stood the test of 4C
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure.no
cVohe.no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man body, or the body of a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
does not yield to its magic touch.
A. bottle costing 25c, 60c. or SI
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Bestored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Wind-Proof, Flannel Lined
Le&ther Tssis and Pants.
I.U.'IIT 1M AVtI;ilT AXO STVLUIl
JN AlTi AIUM-K.
Auonlins an amount of comfort und nrotectlua
heretofore deemed inipouible excrpt in eontiro
tion w ith lu-ury, t'liiiuy gariuenl,.
MXV9 OXLY ISY
G. W. SIMMONS & SON
Jmporuw of tiife'li h I'Uter Overcoats.
OAK HAXL, .... BOSTON, MAS3
llcadijiuirlrri for Military Oooil. and
k it'iueo's OutliU.
'e bltwe llldil trt 111. lat nrtwt..v. .....1..
ba-i weather ever deviaed. and 111. verv rrtat mi!
eM met with last aeaaon ha Iwl lu to wauuiae
ture a large stock lor the present Seauu. ih
prices (reduced JO jt cent, from last year s) in
very rwnuuWti 1 towth vat, '.. f.,r the )ar
--. iiiniR4i win niaa ieruer. tuik
lueaaune. at the same price, feood lor circular.
neasurea reuirl are sisnply these: tirvut, ,
'w,-. lnail aeaut of leeve,- . alontiun
height and Wehibi.
O. W. SIMMONS & SON, Oek Hall
I O.SION MA'S 11-13
obtained in the Culted
8tau-s, Canada, and fcu
rope terms as low a
those of any dtlier relia
Ule house. Corresuou
denoe invted in the Ln.
Ush and foreiga ananuurea, wita tnvantor. At
torney at U, and other aoliciitors, uiMall
w th Iboee who hay had their (me rriecteai la
Uishamls ol other attorney., in Heeled cmm-
our lee re reaaouable, and so charge is made
unless Ve as succeaalul.
If you waat a pat.
ent.seud us a auodel
ay our is
M e wUl
examination at the natent offlre. and It we thick
it patentable, will send you paper aud advice,
ana pruaecuie your cae. uur lee wiu ue la ur
If Oral or vrntun in matter
C'lrn-laad. Ohio i O. It. Kelley, Esq., R'y
stations! Orange, lxtulsville, hy. loiuniorior
Dan'l Asnmee, U. . N., Waolilngton. It. O.
. J-al a Lamp for our 'OulUe for obtain'
lagVatoata,' ' a book of W wgcs .
T- Leit Batcrer St '., Solid
torsofi Haweu, Hs.hlagloa. I. C.
lafJ t IwniiUel aalar o
"BF lit. Ju AM-r t nt. i.
ProMf iitH VMrry M)rryim, IIMkM. WoeiM
kwTPkrrlMl The kv ef rUb..y ee n
WkaAaakI butt i lwUkHl kupteMiny M laerMM4.
Uolncy cf 1upnAMm, en eir iftoM
t tran(lktiii ewrrlM tlH14rM4 Ik
Hfe-tou cnclM, I UMrt from kMa M nil tt
Ii mm M ka nwl by all M wrwni.
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V) U.b.UUH.STATn & MDhnUiJUl
1 WW- VI" " -.-r
II t I
I r jr
1 l nr i iaixaBn
WARRANTED FIVE YEARS !
It requires no X&stra:tion8 to ran It. It can sot got out cf erder.
Zt vUl flo every clasa ani kind ef
It will kvt frcn Tirsno Paper to Harness Leather.
It Is far is advance cf other Sew& Machines in thamagnitnda cf its Buperiet
improvementi, as a Steam Car czcells in achievements
the cli fashioned ta9 Coach.
Prices Uade to Suit the Times! either for Cash or Credit.
3TSead lor Illustrated Catalogue of STTLES and Prices.
Atoms WILSON SEWING MACHINE CO.
ChksgOsIll. New York N. T. New Orleans. La. St. Louis, MOs
Whert'Ur, Charity 1. Arttr and Kliza .M.
Arter, his wife, by their certain ulc mort
gage, executed arid delivered to the unde
signed, ou the 'iUtli day ol licceinher, A.
1). lt7.", did, for the purpose ot .ocuriiji? it
certain promiMory note therein mentioned,
mortiraxe to the undersigned the following
described premise.", to-wtt: LoU mini
bered thirty (;;o) and tbiiiy-onc (UI;, it
block numbered lilty-one (51), In tbe city
of Cairo, Illinois ; anil whereas, iluluult lmi
been made in the payment of kaid note)
now, there lore, in pursuance of the author
ity conferred by eaid sale mortgage, l will
sell tbe above tft'icrihcd ptvmiHes, ut j:ut
lic vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash
in bund, at the door or the Court Houe,
in the city of Cairo, Illinois ou feutui'day,
February 3, A. ;. 1877; at the hour ot 8
o'clock p.m. of laid ibv, ciiid sale, to be
without redemption. '
ALKUED H. !SAFKOnt, Morfenjee
Wreeu & tillbert, Attornevs. ' ,
Januarys, 1677 d 30 d " 7"'
Tim Ftamlanl article is com
oinulc(l with the greatest care.
Its eiTcctd arc an womlcrful tiv
as satisfactory an ever. y
It restores gray or faded hair to
Its j-outhfiil color.
It removes nil emotions, itchine
ttttd tliandiittr. It givci. the head a
cooling, soothing sensation of great
comfort, and the scalp y its use
loonies white anl clean.
Ky its tonic properties it restores
the capillary "lands to their uoruial
vigor, preventing baldness, and
making the hair grow thick and
As a dressing, nothing has been
found so effectual or desirable.
A. A. Hayes, M. 1)., State As
sayed of Massach usetts, says, "The
constituents are pure, and carefully
selected for excellent quality ; and
I consider it the Ukst IV.epakation
for its intended purposes."
Price, One Dollar.
PuolTln glaom's -Dyo
FOR THE WHISKERS.
This elegant preparation may Ikj
relied on to change the color of the
beard from gray or any other un.
desirable shade, to brown or black,
at discretion. It U easily applied,
U'ing in one preparation, and quick
ly ami effectually produces a per
manent color, which will neither
rub nor w ash off.
Manufactsred ky R. P. HALL k CO.,
NASHUA, N. H.
Cslt U tnrfirii, nl tttlct U XtU;i.i.
Htfe. v jt
MAUK Ok'LV l;V
cs. w. Hinnoxs & mix,
Oak Hall Boston Mass.
It embraces all the best (nudities of the Knjrlisli
and r'reuch suits, anil is particularly adupted to
the requirements of ihe American hunters. Jt is
made from duck (drad grass khade), waterproofed
by a pahnt pfMieBK, auJ jiaruculHr attcution is
given io inn rivenng m an ine jacket corners
min HiKuieiaiteninK A su the Imttoiis.
Price of the Suit complete, including
joat. vest, iTouaein, iiat, or Cap ana
. . "
Send Poitollic order, t.ooda sent C. O. I. if
preftrred. To the traie we wake 1 1 lera 1 dis
ItrLK. FOR MjtA-ni.MiKT. W'.l.t. Ilreast.
Inside seara of sleeve. In-ht aeara of trousers
Size of haul -Mejitioi l.tibi and weight.
feud for circillur. . ldri-,
G. W. SIMMONS & SON,
Oak Hall. Boston. Mass
H trcflx, flit
Clmrtered by the
Slate of Illinois
tir the express
rurpOM ol giving
uimvdiate relit i
nail i-aiiesof nrivate. rl.rorio. and urinary di
seaae. in all their coiuiilicated forms. It la well
kaowu that Ur. Juau. has stood at the head ol
the proleeoiou for the past years. Age and
eH-ntn,--ar. ail-inmoitnt. Nemlnnl iak.
sieaa, night lonw. Ly dreaniH, pimpled on the
face, lort iiianhond, can positively I eureea
IjidlesM anting dm most delicate attention, cull
or write. I'ltunaut home for patieuts. A book
for the million. Marriage (juide, which tells
youallaliiuttlifM'diseaaes--who should marry
-why not 1 iun to pay postugu. lr. Jumea
ha:)0 room, ami parlor You tee no one but
the doctor oun e hour. 'J a.m. to 7 p.m. Kuu-day-.,
lu to j. .n inanue.a Btiietly contldrn
Mi Hil; Cpmerslsl College
St. Louis, Mo.
JAS. EICE, a. m.. Pilm lpala
H. HUKW00D, I j
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIP $81 00
MO&T t'otiiil,.t, Thorough and Practical
noun t. M,y lu the I'niil MbIim
course inliM-Urih)r W every youug liuiu mi
bai king C ilt (1,
for Illuitrstse CirenUr, .
.,. ,'f 'S A. lilf'F , A. M..t I.. II..
'.Ml 1-1 U President.
'Pi. lulus imii las liAfitcsl Hiiil tli Anlim It'll
1 UC IHUIC VBSII are uv" -
. iiiuiln whiile. We now know just what the
Centaur Liniment will do. They will not
mend broken hones or cure t aucer, nut
they will extract orene', allay juln, cure
JilieillMIII-lB ' i. .
)mnn ami muscle uiltueiit than any article
ever before discovered,
Selenttne htii cntinot ; uryouu me e
fpctN of ttiexe reniirkalile preparalions
CiiKOMC KiiKl'MATisM of many years
Htandin?. Neuralgia, Weak-Hack, f'eter
Sores, Wecpiuir-fitiews, Sciatica. Caked
ltreat. litoried .loiuts aud 8priancd
S I 1 . ,.rU. tunSut L' I t atlltsAl K.V (tin
; UI III lS UI lUi; r I MVS Hir tillt'l irj Ul
i ti'i.u. inMiit t Itiimnnt
i nuiipvniuui HIU..U. I..I
r. ...Ill .l...an. ll.n rtnin tiinl lintil wif Km il
l y 111 UBPUUl ilW 'ais miu m m vv tiuvuv
.. I . 1 . I la
ft iC(ir all oruiliary nurns nnu ncaiu. ii
will extract the poison ol Wito ami Stingy
ml the lro-t from Kio.eu Iimb. It U
ery euicucious tor riii-Hi nf, lujui-acuc,
ILUI1 (111 VlllrtllCt'U AJl IILflKMir'.
Mr. tloKlnli Weftlakc, of Maryrrille, O..
VI I II B
Kor yeurft my Klieuinutirsm ha 1ucn no
I I.mia i.ai.m iitiiibla ti at it fritm thai
lUlll M. UO S3 I'Vt SI limtl'H' w r.e vamai
house. . The lirst three bottles of Centaur
Liniment enabled me 1 walk Without mv
cm trlie I am menilinir rapidly. I think
your Liniment simply a marvel.
C. U. Bennett, JMtigKM, Hock Traiile,
VCU1BII1 l.llliuicub pviin lam I iiiiuit.p
the beht satMavtluii of anything in the
tn-irlot ' '
Whatthe Centaur IJnlineiit hai done for
others it will do for you. It is reliable, and
1 4 im ..1. ......
Jl IB IUT.I)!.
The Yellow Centaur Liniment
iVwortn l7iweixbt"in 'giriii owners oe
hnmes anil mule
This L tiiment tins cured more Sprained,
Sweenied, KinK-boced and (ialleil Horse in
three years than have all the Farriers in the
country In an age. Its eneets are eitnply
We have thousands upon thousand1 of
certificates an stionv as tbe following :
'My horse was lame for a year with a let
lock wrench. All remedies utterly failed
to cure and 1 considered him worthless un
til i commenced to i:e C entaur Liniment,
which rapidly cured lilm. I heartily recom
mend it. "KM. GEO. AV. FKKRM.
Manorviile, Schoharie Co., . X."
"Dear Sirs I huvc used jour tontaur
Liniment In my tumlly, and find it to be ol
great value, l'lenso send me two dollar'
worth, one for the uiuIpk and hordes.
"Fall Station, 'Wyominir Co., Va.
It makes very little difference what the
eae is. whether it be Wrench, i?pralii, I'oll
KvilwUinxbone, (Scratches or Lameness oi
any kind, the ellccN are the i-umc. Livery,
men, Stage proprietors, Farmers. Arc, thould
never be without the Yellow Centaur Lini
ment. It is bald everywhere, and warrant
ed in its cllei'te.
tlKratory of .1. II. I:0-Kfti: ,
i Iy Sr.. ,tw oiik.
Cast or ia.
It is a mistake to stippote that t aittoria Is
not adapted to grown persons as well as
Childreu. They osly need to increase the
quantity. But chi.dren have so many com
plaints for which i attoria is adapted like
Wind Colic, Sour Stomach, Worms. Tetter,
Tetktaaj mmI OrMip, ttu it fc imtlaiir
recommended for them.
Its effects are more certain than C.tsron
OIL. Jt contains no alcliohol and is asplcah
unt to take as honey. It never gripes. By
regelating the btomach and bowels the Can
toris cools tbe blood, expels worms and
prevents feveiishuess, ijuiiitsthc uerv s and
produces health then of course children
can sleep in quiet and mothers can rest.
Cantoris is recommended by all physicians
ana nurses wno nave tried it, and it is hav
ing a rapidly increasing sale, it is prepared
mm aicaiuie Biter uie recipe oi 1r. Sam
uel rlicher, of Has., at the laboratory of
T IS d a1 S v - a
"A Complete Pictorial History of the
Time. 1 ' l.Th. KA.fr MV.A.KA.
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In the Uniea.
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Commercial bulletin, liosion.
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on political topic are model, of bi?h-lonil dl.
cusnion, and its pictorial illustrations are nl'ten
corroborative arsjument of no ajaall force.
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paer. lie editorial aie among the most able ol
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learned, brilliant, and amiisiinr. Ii illiiKtn..
tionsareabiindautandol rare excellence. Lhria
tiun Advocate, .V. V.
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