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taret r, Hath. Wiand bucvessiou.
a ...I LiiiU the nniuue and valuable Diary o
important eveuu and occurrence, throughout
w.rlit. ihia number contains, imuiiK Imo
hundred other article, the following point, ol
fiMua Virtnria'a Kew Title.
lr. John UsfT'. April l'hlloaepher. (Fools).
J be True American a cnaracteriouc roeiu.
WaahinKton a Marshal of trance.
Jean InKelow'a 1'anry.
New Ho rue-Car Poetry, for April.
Hum Pedro's Characteristics.
A WhUt Partv in the Ark.
Three Capitalist Aator, Stewart, Vauderbilt.
Mara i wain at a Horse Auction.
Pint female Lobbyist at Washington.
The t.irl ol bevll e a 8ani.h Poem.
Kovaltv in tha I'nitadStntea.
Artraiu. Ward' Character and Peeuliarlties
Monthlv Reooird f IVinarnas. etc.
Thing, to b laughed at .popular and toaching
Doaiua. .ketchea. incldenu. In .uch attrac-
' hv. variety, that It form, the richest amount of
valuable and entertaining reading almost ever
emnracea m a magaute,
This new Periedlcal, which has already reaca
ed ur.b an euormou uouularitv . is
Ooruelhing new andorlsinal in the way of a
OMontbly MaaaiLne. beLi a aort of ItefeKBC
bcrp-Boo, or monthlv record of luiiortnt
event tuai nappan in any part or t lie worm.
wiia a .election or tne mot popular miscellany
uf the current montn , iirose au
n,doroetlo. f.aiUKI by
rank Moore, of the
Beautifully printea, Wltn aa elegant Hteei -or-trait
of the moat prominent person of the utontu
in eaon uauoer.
on of the auost entertaining and valuable lint
elaa. monthly magasme ever issue!. Price, 60
cents a month, or j.uuiora year-, aunacrip
i...vr,.i.i naid bv th. Diibliahera.
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0. W. CHAKIITOI ft CO., uUUhars,
Madiaan Seuas. Mew Tork
Coi.. Pi.j mii, the new Kansas senator,
vote;! (or Greeley In 1872.
Skckktakt Mokrim. Is very seriously
i ulek at his resilience in Washington.
It is hoped that the eomrninion will
vote on tnequeMion of law ubtnitteJ to
i it to-day.
.friM.K A 5TH0W Tforntoji haA bten
uientioiied aa a ponsible ptioeefmor to
Jl'Imje Davim, having condnJed hia
work on the upretne court ctea which
kept htm in Washington, 111 rt turn thU
week to lilootninjfton and his aeoepta
tion of the enutorhip now looked for.
SaiK of the Kepubliciiri organs call
Grant'a 1iU message on specie resump
tion, "all bonk," and some call it
"genuine etateamaiifihlp." Tou pays
your money and you takes your choke.
What a bad man old Tickett was for
stealing the Confederate archives ! All
the republican organs are shocked that
th testimony oi such a witness should be
taken before a congressional commit,
tee. But then the government bought
those archives, aud what is that about
the receiver being as bad as the thief t
Thk president ol the Illinois senate, in
accordance with a senate resolution, has
appointed a committee of live members
to investigate the entire proceedings ol
the cocuuiUsioners, contractors and all
persons In any way connected with the
construction and furnishing of the Capi
A Sr. Loci. RrpubUcau Springfield
special says it is now certain that Illi
nois has an "ineligible among J the
ilaye electors in the person of Gto. D.
Chaffee, of Shelby ville. Mr. Chaffee is a
United States comuiaeioner and has been
since 180. This being the case it Is not
unlikely that Hayes will get only twenty
e lectoral votes from Illinois.
It is stated in telegraphic dispatches
that Charles O'Conor called on Grant a
day or two ago and apologized to the
presiJent for the harsh language used to
ward him in the O'Conor letter pub
lished some months ago. It is also stated
that the president received his apology
in tUe .(ilrit in whloh It h offered, uil
the IWO sunlit o-a my -
nolitical situation. The Interview took
place in the presence ot Secretary Fish,
who went with Mr. O'Conor at his own
Wk have heard it said by a minister iu
Galesburg that the Republican party
snrant? from the loins ot the American
tiulnit : that it was essentially the party
of great moral Ideas ; that It was the
child of religion and purity ; that it was
animated bv all the virtues, an orgauiza-
t on ot nolitical ctieruo m. aa it were, tue
Incarnation of all that is refined and sen
sitive in the American conscience.
The nat tense Is very appropriate In
this epitome of the virtues of the Repub
lican parly. To have spoken the whole
truth, the preacher should have added to
his exaggerated list a "but" and quoted
"How hast thou fallen. Oh, Lucifer, Son
of the morning!"
WEHUCLL rnii.i.iro Till ri'B
Wendell Phillips does not entertain an
exalted opinion of the present public
school system. At tho American Social
Science meeting, the other day, be said ;
The fact la, many young people, gradu
ates ot our public schools, are not capable
of any work for which any one should
pay u dollar. Thousands of our public
chool graduates cannot write a decent
letter at lliteen, or evea read a newspaper
well. The old New England system,
which made a bov work a!x months by
his father's side on tho farm or In the
w orkshop alter he had been six months
at school was better than the present
one. From such a system it is impossi
ble to get such a man as Theodore Tar
ker. Xow the public school hands a
child to its Darents with no means ol
earning its bread."
From this we inter that Mr. Phillips is
not In favor of giving to the pupils ot the
public schools high school and college
courses. But we cannot see that the pub
lic school system is faulty because "It
hands a child to iu parents with no
means ot earning its bread." The public
school is intended to educate the child In
certain book studies, to give it a knowl
edge of the fundamental branches ot ed
ucation and of such other brandies as it
has the time and the capacity to acquire
and the particular school it attends has
the facilities to give to it. This generally
merely preparatory course from which
the pupil steps ti the acquirement ot a
trade, the pursuit of a higher education
with a view to a profession in some oases,
and in some with no particular end la
view, Is generally ended at the age ot fif
teen or sixteen years, At this age, It is
true, "the public school bauds the child
to Its parent with no means of earning
Its bread." But, if it does not acquire a
meani after that, it is the fault of the
parent and not of the public
school. Under the system eu
logized by Mr. Phillips, the boy
learned his trade "by his father's side"
and not in the school house; Now, we
teae inings more systematically, one
tning at a time we give the boy the
uZ common school education first and he U
Inducted Into the mysteries of his trade
afterward. The dlflcrcnce ig that under
the present system he enjoys a little
more boyhood than formerly, he U ted
upon a little less ol the diet that makes
"Jack a dull boy.' The difference we
believe, is not to the dlaadrantage of the
boy or the man to whom the boy is the
Y Uadison Dispensary,
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CARRIAGE GUIDE, OR SEXUAL PATHOLOGY.
B. T. Kanket B Bitter Wine of Iron
has never been known to rail in tne cure of
weakness, attended wlih symptoms ; India
position to exertion, loss of memory, diffi
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of dlasase, woak, nerrous trembling, dread
ful borrorof death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakneM, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lasMtuds ol the muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic sytnp
toms, hot hands, flaablng ol the bo Jy, dry.
ces of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, purilyiuK the blood,
pain In the bark, heavinetm of the eyelids,
freijuont black spots flying before the eye.
with tcmparary sulllcion and loss or sigbt,
want of attention, etc. These symptom
all arlc from a weakness, and to remedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel't Hitter Wine of
Iron. It never fails. Thousands are now
njoymiK health who Lave used tu Take
only K. K. Kunkel'i.
He ware or enunterfelU and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron is
so well ktiown all over the country, drug
gist themselves make an imitation and try
to sell It ofl to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's (titter Wins of Iron,
Kunkei's Hitter Win of Iron is put up
only in It bottle, and has a yellow wrapper
nicely put on the outside with the pro
prietor's photograph on the wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo-
Gaph on the outside, and you will always
sure to get the genuine. One dollar par
bottle, or six for $5. .old by druggists and
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. K. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails
to destroy Tin Seat and Mtomach Worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only succesclul physician
who removes Tape Worm la two hours
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Common sense teaches that If Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readilv
destroyed. 8end lor circular to Dr. Kun
kel, No. U59 North Ninth street, 1'hiladel
pnia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
" a bottle of Kunket'a Won Brniii.
g g R g R R k & & &
Ml t T.T'l
Ta that Warkinar CltYM w are now
pretstred to furnish all c!aae with conatant em
pioyment at Uovue, Uie whole of the time, or for
their .pare momenta. Riialnes. aew, lipht and
profitable. Parson of either sex eaatly earn
irornVJcentsto J j per evening, and a propor
tional sum by devotine their whole time to Jtiie
PUAinfeM, 0'i aru Rina earn ncrijr ""j
aimen. That all wno see mi. nonce may a.
their addreaa, and tet me DU.inee. we maae una
unparauelen ouw : to ucn a are u ci u
fled we will wnd one dollar to pay for the
trouble of writing. uil parucuiara, wrapra
wortn several dollar, to commence wora on.
and a eopv or itorue anu imiua. u u.
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THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BE ASH?
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Which has stood the test of 4C
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no Lameness it will not Cure, no
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ANNOUNCEMENT FOB 1877.
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"Vour box of Helloway '. Ointment cured me
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Disorder of the Kidneys-
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whether they be alllicted with stone or gravel, or
with acnes and nains settled in the loins over the
regions of th. kidneys, these Pill, .bould be ta
ken according a the inted direcUon. and the
Oiatrueut should be well rubbed into the small ot
the bark at bed time. This limaliuent will give
almost immediate relief when all other mean.
; For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so effectually improve the
tone of the stomach a these Pills; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance er
i ney reaca tne nver anu reuuue
it to a healthy action ;tbey are woiuterfullf
cioua iu rases of spasm in tact they nTwrtail in
curina all disonler. o. the liver and stomach.
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS are the best knewn iu
the world for the following disease t Ague,
Asthma, liiliou. complaint., tsiotune on me
fckia, Bowel., Consumption, Debility, Dropsy,
Dysentery, Erysipela., renuie irregularities
ever, oi an ainua, iia, uom, urawiii, inui-
yeatiou, Inflainmation, Jaumce, civer com-
plamil. lUlUliagO, ruea, aklieuiuiipiu, iinrir
tion of urine, eronUa or King's Lvil. Store
Throats, Stone and liravel. Tiu-Doiiloureux,
Tumor., Lloera, Worm, of all kind., Weakness
Irom any cause, etc
None are genuine unless the signature of J
IIv,lnrk. aa a treat for tha L'nited Mute. Slir
rouad each box of Pills, aud Olatmenu A
handsome reward ill be given to any oae rea-
Am.-im .ati-h In t.rTt ut infl MB IliUV leail tO th
det:iiou of any party orpartie eounterieiting
the meuicmes or vauuiua u'" "-i -
them to be spurious. ... .
a a u.aa mi ih.in.nnbiiinrv of Pnfeor net.'
Loway a Co. , Nc York, aud by all respectable
druggist and dealer in awxlicln. throughout
UM civil iz eu woriu, m uvaw a. '-i
S t- There is ouasiderabie saving ny raaiag vn
laracrsuea. .... ,, . .,..
Ji. B. Dlreeiion. lorine fruiuaawe oi
in every disorder are aihied to each box
Office, 112 Liberty St., New York.
Da maoe vy every agent
avarv montii in Lha Dusinea we
furnish, but those wtliiag to work can easily
Mrn a doxen dollar, a day right in their own lo
jaliti. Have no rooas to explain here. Sast
ae pleasant and honorable, Women . boy
sad girl, do a weU as wen. We will Airuisb
youaeompsste outdl (raa. Tka luia pay
fcetur than anything el. Wwl
Bans of starting yea. Parllralara rta. Wvite
nd Sea. Karnier. aud mechauiua, IUl aau
sad daughter, awl all classes la need of paying;
ark allwSsa. sasa.ld writs sa a aad U afl
about the work al once. Now U the tls.
StWay. Ad3fe Tm a Oo. Augaeta.
: . ' ' I ' 4 '
Uat70H BfcALBaU. i '
R. SMYTH & OO.,
Wholesale aa4 Betall Dsalan la
Foreign ' Domestic
WIIVKH OF A I.I. KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee, '
MKSBbV". SMITH CO. have Constantly
a large stock ot th best goods In the mar
ket, and give especial attention loth vboleaal
raoan oi ine Duainaea.
MT. OARBON(B1g Muddy)
Orders for Coal bj the oar-load
J,on, or in hoy aheade, for mbipment
promptly attended to.
ttTTo large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
anonth or year, at uniform rates.
CAIBO Cm V0AL COVrAJIT.
H!SH!!T5ro-''sfflo, No TO Ohio Levee.
nHairiday Bro 's wharf boat.
rj-At Kgyinlan Mills, or
UTAt th Coal Dump, foot of Thnty-Klghth
tf"Pot Offioe Drawer. SOD.
No SO Ohio Lever.
n a ,
FIRE AND LIFE
Policies are Issued on
uble terms br
the most favor-
GENEHAI. I.NSt'RAXCE AGKXT.
Hone but I HoiiimI and Ileaeat Oans
pan lee Itepreaented.
OrrtCK-Iu the Alexander County Hank,.
t I f C A I HO, ILLINOIS. '
Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown. Erans
ville, Louisville, Cinoinnati
and all way landings.
The elegant side-Wheel steamer
WALTBB B. rxHNIBGTON.". . .. ..aUster
Juablk Pbhhimotoic Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at S
o'clock . m.
The fleet steamer.
I. MM. ... .
leaves Cairo every SATCRDAV.
Each boat makeecloM connections at Cairo
With arst-cl susvaex. for tt. Lsaii., Mea
Dhisand New Orleans, and al EvanavUle with
the K. S C. It. U for all polaU North and Ka
aad with th. IajuUvUIs Mail Htaaiuer fbw
poinUouUi. t'pper Ohio, giving mruuu ra
eelpte ea freighls aad ieaeturer to all point
l or urtber Information apply te
SOL. eI LV KB, Paaaenge Agent.
' - at. At. 1'HILiiPSi !
Or to U. J OlUNaUt. , ,
daperiateadwt sad General Eraighl Ageat.
lo-a-su-i. , , . ..fceaawiUelaalaaa.
M .isi.o I WoMAjmooB f Majumaos I
Impoditrwnt to Mafiasi thasssisei
andcura. SentttotrifUa, pe
paid for o cents, by Da. C. Whittb.
it St Charies Street, St Louis, Mo., -Um
gnat specialist. - Raaal hkwstaa.
faalal Rata try Weak er tteath.
A llBDiaad IMhw nt war aWbakU alf
room, eaa be secured at reasonable rata lor the
OMluinCJ PDBU1 B . i ,
The St, Charles is the Urtreat sad best aapolnt-
1. i. . "ovwiinsuuioing tn "Bed
Rock ' remiotleii la vrtom, tba uMa Will sa
nanal.tie liberally aopplied with thave kJet
of ererrthmgthat eaa be rbnnd in market.
r in large aaunpU room for eoBanMroaaltiaf-i
elers, on ground floor, free of charge.
11 baggaceorgoeeta eoaTcyea to aadrfoai
the hetel Without charge.
r. w. a-ovr
S. F. Slabo
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, o.
Always on hand, the celebrated lllurnlaatlBg
Corner Sloventa S treat aad Waahlag
Attorney at Law.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .
OTTtCK ! At resilience on Ninth Street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut Street.
STRATTON ft BIKD,
AOXKTS AMgaiQAJT rOWSI OO
57 Ohio lawee.
SSW AUVCStTiaEMEMTII. ;
Beddins; Phuta, Ro.m. Ao
JUaiio. Frea w ail auioaauP'
a weea in your own town. Term, and
outtll free. II. 11 ALLET A CO., Port
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
ft-WE WANT 600 MORE FIRST -CLASS
AND 600 MEN OF KNEKOT AND
ABILITY TO LFARN THE BUSINESS
OF SELLING SEWING MACHINES.
COMPENSATION LIBERAL, BUT
VABYINO ACCORDING TO ABILITY.
CHARACTER and QUALIFICATIONS
OF THE AGENT. FOR PARTICU
Wilson Sella; frc&isi Co. Chitigft
827 and 829 Broadway, Kew 7"ork, or
New Orleana, La. -
AYEAll. AOKST8 WANT
ED on our Urand Combi
nation Prospectus, rerirewnt-
150 WSTTOOT BOOKS
waated everywhere. The Blggeat Ttainc
t.rrtr Triad. .Sale made from this when all
single Book., fail. Also, Agent, wanted oa ur
MAGMHt ENT FAMILY BIBLES, Superior
to all other. With iavalirabl. Jlluatrated Aide
and 8uperb Bindings These linvks bet the
World. Full particulars free. Addrea JOBS
K. fOfTKK s S,Om publUhera, Faiiade
phia. ((I'll day at home. Agent, waawd. Outfit
QlZ and taroa frea. TKCE A CO., Augusts,
m r Extra Fina Mixed Oarda. withi
tiO lO eta., post paid. L. JONES A CO.,
.Nassau, N. V. - .
tsltt A.- a Weekte Assets. 10 OUTFIT
33 TO iREE. P. O. VICKEkV.Au
gusu, Maine. '
mailer how ilirhlv dis-
.bled. Increase. BOW paid. Ad
vice and circul.tr frrc. T.JAU iLcMAr.1, Ally, 7V7
Sansom St., Phils., Pa.
OK Fancy Mixed Oarda, latest aty Us. erSft
-lC acroll hue klylct, wuh name lOo , post paid.
Naeaaii Card P. O. box 60 Naa.au N.Y.
01 CXTBS rial! COS, no two ik.
3 withnaifM, !. J. Si. SSABDEB.
Mal.leu Bridge, N. Y. ; '
a a iierdayathoaie. hanipas wortA
IO Uam. bll.SON ACO.,lJoJl-
DM MONTH received by our gredu
1911 0 tiUy atea. Btudeuta wantatl. Salary paid
while practti'lng. MUiatum nirat.hea. AU-dr-.N.
W. TELECUAPtt INSTlTCTh. Jsae-
Mixed t'srils, with name, routs
2S for 10 cent. A. THAtCR
.1 Co ., North Chatham, N.Y. '
W. H. H ABE AN, M. D. ,
EossopitHe FijacSaa nl Sea'
. . (Dr. Orighara' Sacreeaor i
Office : 130 Commercial Are.
j-l-liu Cairo. JdiaoU.
orriCEi Eighth Street, betweea WashlBftoa
and Ceauinerclal Avenue., Casro, Illinois.
l-SO-tl, , ..., t i
'H. a, HUTS .
. Fnytnclan a s urcon, ,
Ofllca la Wiater'. Block, coraer Seteath aud
Commercial Avenue, (entrance oa avventat-
Beekteaos Thtrteeatll Slreal, Weel ot W Maiagtua
l , . .- i.-. BJ.
praitviileaatfaaauutsBj SB U saajl ssa f