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. WASHINGTON .
Scenei' in th Capitol of the Na-
coxmlcDrrAXT am tat dwitebi
tM lit rrtMt Ttkrt ft t.tttlf
1 CwgriralaUl y the Louisiana Be
Boa Ooffitroa Plaji ft Sharp Trick on rreii-
Opeelal tetegroa to the Chicago Time-)
WaarrotOTox, March 2. Senator Sher
man tnd vile entertained at dinner, In
honor of their presidential guest to-night,
Murtf ot Ohio Deotrie consisting of
Chief Jostle Walte, JusUce Swajne, ex.
Got. 2ioye, Cen. Sherman, and ex-Con
gressman Sheliabarger and ladies. Many
vlaitort called i tut anerman residence
both before and after tea to tender con
gratulations. They were nearly all per
mitted to ice Hayes. Some, however,
were prevented by the crowd who i
thronged the door ot the residence. A I
ttalwart policeman was stationed near
the front door. Three ushers reci-ived
the visitors and conducted them into the
pretence ot Mr. Hayes. At half-past 8
a large delegation ot
Headed by Senator Olesby, called upon
the president elect and were Introduced.
Among this number were Representa
tives Burchard and Hurlbut and Senator
Logan. In the reception to-night Mrs.
Hayes was assisted by Mrs. Justice
Swayne and ' Mrs. Senator Sherman,
Senator Sherman introducing the callers.
It was entirely an Informal aflair. A
sob of Mr. Hayes stated that this crowd
of visitors had scarcely been anticipated,
but was highly gratifying to his father.
On account of the press ot vUitors, no
conversations ot political significance, so
lar as could be ascertained, took plaoe.
Senator Sherman had In a side room
SOUS WtXE AXD WQISKT
Of very good quality with which many
of the gentlemen regaled themselves.
The senator himself drank a little wine
only. The president elect drank no
whisky bat, like Sherman, partook
lightly of wines. At 9 a special artist of
Tkt ' London Illustrated Nev$ made a
sketch of this interesting little extem
pore reception. Hayes kept himself
very quiet throughout the evening, con
versing only In a general way upon po
litical topics and a little more particu
larly in a social way. He palnly shows
the embarrassment of his new position.
and doea not trust his tongue as he would
at the Buckeye capital or.lds home town
THC UASXK& OV MRU. 11A.YKS
Is amiable, but not brilliant. She 1 ap
parently a woman of good sense and
winning ways. The most noticeable
feature is her matronly and unostenta
tious bearing. A cumber of ladies who
have met her since her arrival to-day are
much pleased with the social prospect at
the white house in the new administra
tion. Hayes exhibits tar greater affability
than Grant as a receiver. There Is some
variety and a small amount ot blunt and
Somewhat coarse wit in his greetings.
The two administrations, the old and
new, are to meet at the festal board to
morrow upon the occasion of
GRANT'S PaKKWELL DINNER
To his cabinet. This repast is to be the
most elegant, it is said, that has been
givea at the presidential manaion since
its present occupant took possession.
The entire household is on the go to
night, preparing for to-morrow's event
The caterer is ransacking the markets
that hi part shall not be found want
log. JtU understood that Mr. Hayes
and family, Gen. Sherman an lady.
Chief Jastioe Waite, and others, will be
the invited guests besides the members
of the cabinet and their wives.
(Associated Preea Dispatch )
Waimixgtox, March 3. The president
and Mrs. Grant gave a state dinner this
evening In honor of the president elect
and Mrs. Hayes.
The following were present : President
elect and Mrs. Hayes, the secretary of
state and Mrs. Fish, Mrs. Secretary Mor
rill (Secretary Morrill was too 111 to at
tend). Secretary of War and Miss Cam.
eron, Secretary of Navy and Mrs. Kobe
ton, Secretary ot the Interior and sir.
Chandler, Foatmaster-General and Mrs.
Tyner, Attorney-General and Mrs. Taft,
Hon. Win. A. Wheeler, vlce-preudent
elect, Senator and Mrs. Sherman, Sena
tor and Mrs. Bout well, Senator Sharon,
Senator sooth, Mr. and Mrs. Creswell,
Chlel-JasUce and Mrs. Waite, Gen. and
Mrs. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. F. Grant,
Mr. and Mrs. Sartoris. Mr. U. 8,
Grant, .. Jr., and Mr. Webb C.
Hayes, aoa of the president elect.
The following Is a copy ot the Invitation
eat to the president elect and Mrs
"The president and Mrs. Grant request
im pleasure or uov. ana Airs, Hayes'
company at dinner Saturday evening at
' ;rc' An ariy answer is aeaired.
ThU being the last state dinner to be
given by the president and Mrs. Grant,
tfiorta were made to render it unusually
kriniant ad worthy of the distinguished
(Special to the fit. LoaU KopuUiua.)
COXGaUTBLeTION VBOM WKLLS.
irraadfstfly after the returning board
was reieatMd this morning, the tour mem
bers called on Hayea and paid to trim
. Moxnara fftOCSSBIOS.
The inauguration procession on Hon.
day will fx vary large, notvUiutaadlBg
we oajay in in aooioo oi u proaWext
Two light batteries from Fortress- Mon
roe will arrive Sunday evening. The
marines and sailors IT. S. navy yard, and
possibly naval cadets from Annapolis
will take part In the procession, as well
aa all military In the district, tho militia
otganlzatlons of this city. The Hart
ranft and Crescent clubs, Philadelphia,
will bo in line ; also tho Sehutzen and
Turnvereins of this city. Two regi
ments from Pennsylvania are cxpeoted.
The Columbus Cadets will have a promi
nent place. The torchlight procession
promises to be a magnificent affair. The
stand which the presidential rarty wui
occupy, reviewing the torch-light pro
cession, will be erected Monday.! The
committee having charge of the display
say there will be over 10,000 men in line.
The decoration ot Pennsylvania avenue
began this afternoon. A grand pyramid
will be erected at each of the crossings
slfw.ntu all besides there will be nu
merous arches, banners and bunting.
The inaugural proccsgion will
Ha rnmnnxvl of four divisions,' and
will move at 10 o'clock, a.m., in the fol
lowing- order :
Cbbf Marshal Brevet Major-General
Win. D. Whipple, United States flriny
Aides to Chiet Marshal Firot division,
Capt. Kamsey's light battery, lour guns
and lour cassions and twelve companies
of artillery, actio as infantry, U under
the command of Brevet Major-General
W. If. French.
Second Division United SUtea marine
corns, eixht companies, under command
of Lieutenant-Colonel Haywood.
Third division Colonel Robort J.
Fleming commanding, and aids. Wash
ington light lulantry corps. State lencl
bles and Wlcacoe legion of Philadelphia,
Washington light gaaroV Washington
artillery, first batallion district militia
(colored), three companies, Colmnbua,
Ohio, CadeU. Following these will come
the president and vice president-elect,
commissioners ot the district and other
distinguished persons and citizens. A
mounted guard organised as escort to
the presideul-ekct will follow.
The fourth division will consist of
various civic organizations.
A SERIOUS ROW.
An altercation took place between
Lamar and Douglas in the hall of the
house just alter .the adjournment of the
Democratic caucus thU evening. It liaa
its orlcin In the intoxication of Douglas,
which had caused Mr. Lamar, chairman
of the caucus, to rule him out of order.
This exasperated Mr. Douglas, who at
the termination of the caucus assailed
Mr. Lamar with s'ich desperation that
but for the intervention of friends, ac
cording to reports, Air. Lamar wouia
have undoubtedly sflet nlm. 1
. (Special to the SU Louis Republican.)
TUB CXOS1XQ BCENKS IS THE HOC8K
Washixgtos, March 4. The immedl
ate closing scenes of the t orty-iourtn
congress were not so exciting aa previous
like occasions. The weather was pleasant,
which fact, with the one that in was bun-
day, brought thousands to the capltol
building. The galleries of both houses
were crowded by early breakfast time
and by noon the wbolo building was in
the same condition. .Sunday became
gala day. New dresses and bonnets were
displayed in the galleries at the capitol
instead of churches. The eagerness of
each member to get hi J pet bill through
served to ism up the usual rush of busi
ness. AT TBI LAST HOUR
A desperate attempt was made to agree
on the army bill but it tailed. A roll
call was in progress in the bouse on the
bill wheu five minutes ot twelve arrived
and Speaker Randall order it stopped,
stating that it was a physical impossibil
ity to conclude it, and he rattled off bis
farewell address, the Forty-fourth con
gress was pronounced adjourned, and
the crowd in the galleries hurried to the
floor ot the house, where much hand
shaking was Indulged In until the over,
worked members went to their homes to
obtain the much needed rest.
IN THE hi.SM.7K
The closing proceedings were very dull.
By 1 o'clock the capitol was deserted.
The thousands of strangers and the city
populace began perambulating Pennsyl
vania avenue. At 12 o'clock President
Grant lit a cigar, left his room in the
senate wing, and accompanied by hit
son 'Buck," rode away from the capitol
a private citizen.
THE LOLISIA-Sa CASK.
The original cause of the commotion in
the Louisiana case yesterday arose out ot
a b!t of sharp practice on the part ol
Don Cameron, and a subsequent quarrel
between that official and Grant. The
president's order ot last week to Augur
and his dispatch to Packard did not leave
Washington for ten hour alter they
were made out. Besides holdins them
back., Cxoroi tent aocret orders to Au
gur which were shrew d'y worded so as
to give a diflerent construction to the
public order. This was tho cause of the
dispatch from Augur to Sherman,
asking for lurther orders. When Gen.
Grant heard of Cameron's trick, he sent
for the trickster and the two bad hot
words, Cameron using the occasion to
make a final argument for the Packard
government. fo-day the Louisiana
Democrats are even more confident than
they have eter been, and while they do
not expect very quick action by the new
president yet they have faith in his abtl
itv to carry out his own plan ot relieving
them despite the influence being brought
to bear by the Chandler and Cameron
SUTIOXaJ. VEMOCaATlC committee.
The national Democratic committee
to-night accepted Hewitt's resignation
and elected Senator Barnum u his stead.
The address which was drawn up to be
signed by the seven Democrats of too
late comniaaloneri will not be issued, aa
the two Jadgea declined to tisrn It.
Messrs. Priest and Broadhead leave lu
the morning for Baltimore, whence they
will goto Sew York. . ,
4Tia' rtrvATi acaraT.
w. K. Rodgtrs, a termer law-partnar
Ol Gov. Bay, la Ohio, now of Iowa, la
J Ura and wlU U tU private secretary of
the president. t The fight ier the spoils is
retting ; Isore severe each hour, and al
ready there are mumblings belTd from
the soreheads. One of the worst cases
of being snubbed is Koscoe Conkling.
whose Influence is now not rated nigncr
than to secure a second assistant in a
RANDALL S VALEDICTORY.
At five minutes before twelve o'clock
on Sunday, Speaker Randall interrupted
the, debate on the army appropriation
bill and arose and delivered his valedic
tory as follows : .
Gentlemen ol tlie llousa of HcprepenUitives i
The speakership, always responsible.
onerous, and full ot embarrassments, has
at this seslon Imposed unusual ana vex
atious burdens. 1 have discharged the
duties of the high position with uutalter
lag confidence in the candor aud fairness
ol the house, and a tesolute purpose to
do right at every hazard. For the first
time la many years a Democratic house
of representatives has occupied this hall,
and responded with untiring industry to
the universal sentiment iu favor ot re
form in the government ana me re-es
tablishment of peace inrouguoui
republic. Fraud aud corruption
been exposed and made odious
Denuitures oi ine
No new taxes have been
irvied and everv description of undue
appropriation of public money baa been
preveuted. In this regard this house has
met the public demand and expectation.
In respect to political events the session
has been one of the most critical in our
history. The majority In tins nouso,
representing a majority of all the votes
In the Union, and as we believe and know,
a majority of the electors duly chosen at
the recent election for president and
vice-president lias been made
to choose between acquiescence
lu usurpation, or reaching right through
civil commotion. The Democratic party
yielded temporary possession of the ad
ministration rather than entail upon the
people civil war with all Its attendant
horrors. There are some who will con
demn the permission we have given to
the results of law which was not admin
istered In the spirit of its creation, nor,
aa we believe, according to the letter of
its provisions. We have done all this in
E reference to the danger of anarchy and
loodshed. Time will surely remedy
these wrongs, for there Is in the Ameri
can mind a desire to do justice. We
must await that remedy. It must come,
Impatient as we shall be for its arrival.
Until then we demand, as we have a
right to demand, therein of equal Jus
tice that the sword shall cease to strike
nrostrate the crovernments of states : that
the cl?U shall be superior to the military
rule, and that tho people shall be freed
nnw and forever irom me anacaica oi
I alnecrely than you one ana tui tor
the parting words of approval, ana with
a wisa tnai eacn ana every u:inucr wv
fafely return to his borne, it only remains
for me to declare that the constitutional
limitation of the forty-fourth congress
has boen reached, and that this house
stands adjourned without day.
' As the speaker closed all the members
rose '.to their leet, and from the Demo
cratic side and from the galleries came
cheers and returns of applause. Then
came scenes of leave taking, and in half
an hour the hall, so lately a scene of so
much tumult, paseion and excitement,
wag deserted and silent. And thus
closed the forty-fourth congress
rOBTT TEABS BEFORE TBJC PUBLIC
DR. C. M?LANE'S
; WORM SPECIFIC
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
TpHE countenance is pale and
J leaden-colored, with occasional
. flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both checks ; the eyes become
dull ; thepupil ulilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swe'Is.and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual secretion of saliva ; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in" the stomach; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; spools slimy; not
infrequently tii;ged with blood;
belly swollen and hard; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
co-.ighsometimesdry and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia-l!-.
but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exi.4,
IW. C Mt LANE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure. '
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Each box hat a red wax seal on
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Notice Is uereby gWen to all persons In.
linil thatttia FltT COUOCll OI UQ 1.117
of Cairo baring ordered tUal, the following
named sidewalks ue renonsiruuicu yi tuuu
vis: On west aide of Levee street In front
of lots nine (9), twelve (12), thirteen (13),
fourteen (14), fifteen (15) and eighteen tl)
In block two W, lots sixteen (10) and sev
enteen U71 In block three (3): lots one (1)
two (i), three (a), lour (4), 1 (), sevan
(7), tight (), nine (), ten ui, cievan in),
thirteen (13), fourteen (U), lllteen (15),
sixteen (It)), eeventeen (li) and eighteen
(IS), in biota lour (fj; iois one ), w
tour (4), five (ft), aix (li).teu (10),eleveu (11),
twelve (IU), thirteen (13). lourteen (14), fif
teen (15), sixteen MU), seventeen (17) and
eiifuteen (18), in ;block five (5); and lots
nine (l), len iiu;, e:even ill), vw.ivo v")t
thirteen (13), lourceen (14) and sixteen llli)
in Mock six (U), si in the city of Cairo.
Also : 1 nai me lonowing nauiea sine
walk be reconstructed of wood, viz; On
the south side of Second street, between
Lovce street and Commercial avenuei On
the north side of Kecond street between
Levee street and Commerclsl avenue: On
the south side of Fourth street betweeu
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
tho aorthside ot Kourth street between
Levee street and Commercial avenue: On
the south side ol Eighth Ureet between
Levee street aud Commercial avenue: On
the south side ol Twcllth street, between
i .... .trr.t un.1 WaHhincton aveuue: On
ho smith l(ii of Fourteenth street, be-
ivn rommprriTil avenue and Walnut
street: On the north side of Fourteenth
.(pent htiKPcn Wmihintrton Avenue and
Walnut street: On the west side ol Toplar
street, between Thirteenth ana rour-
i..ni I, utrevtt. nml between i UteeOtU and
Kiiriitfnth atreets: On the west side ot
f..i.. aim.i tit wenn Viltpenlll and SIX
i.onih troAta! On the north side of
Kit'litppi.th ttreet. between L?vee street
and Commercial aveoue ami between
Wonhinirton avenue and Walnut street:
On the south side ol Twentieth etreet, be
tweeu Levee street and Commercial ave
nue: on the north side or i wenueiu mwi
between Levee street and Commercial ave
nue: on;the west side of Wahlnfrtonyenue
between xentn ana iweuw ein-ev,
tlie south side of Thirty-fourth street, be
tween Levee street and Commercial ave
That h fnllnn-inir sidewalks le con
structed of wood, viz : on the west side of
l'oplar street, betweeu renin anu iweiua
streets: On the north side of F.leventh
street between WuHhinirton and Commer
rial avenues: on me nnrtn Side ui r.iK"'
teonth street, between Walnut and Cedar
vrooitt. .nil inn iuulu piuu ui
eiLMitn sireei. between i.eveo i-n.;i
i ..immert'.iai avenue.
Tl,t thn tnllnwlnt' walVs to be conctnict
ed of brick, viz: On theoutb side of Eighth
n.t h.tureen wasuiDknon aveuua auu
Walnut street: On me souia siue i c".
enth street, between Commercial anu
Washington avenues: On the north sale
of Seventh etreet, between commrreisi
and Washinsrton avenue and on the west
side of Washington avenue,, between Sev
enth and KurblU streetn, nave appueu i
the County Court ol Alexander county lor
an assessment oi tue cost oi said improve
ments according to benefits; and an as
sessment tnereot bavuig been maue ana
returned to said court the nnai nearina-
thereon will be bad at the March term of
said eonrt, coinmeuclne on the 12th day of
Marrb, A.O., is. 7. au persons oesirins:
may then and there appear and make their
March 1st, 1877.
.tOrTH Y. TtTtNER,
.1. A. Davoaa.
STRATTON & BIRD,
A.OENTS AKBBIOAW POWBB CO
&T Ohio I.evee.
Estate of Charles Docker decoset. '
The UD'lersiKiied, haviDir been apnouitfrd ad-
DiinHtrator of tlie estate of Churlr llockt r, ln!e
of the county of Alexanrler and state of Illi
aois, Ueceubed, hereby pyvs notice that lie will
aiiar bt fore the county court of Ale ton if r
county, at tlie courthouse in Cairo at the April
term, on the third Monday in April nex-, at
which tune all pet-fton having claims apninot
said estate are uotitll and reijuebiut to attend
for the purpose of hsvinif the same adjusted
All persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment to the undt-reiirnc-d.
Dutedtihs il day of Fel runry, A. r. 117.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wkoles ale an4 KetaU Dealers 1
WINKS OF AIjIi KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSBC. fMVTH A CO. hva aonstantly
. a larfr stock ot the best ffoods in th nj.
ket, and R-ireepmUl attention to the wnolaaaJe
ranch of Ui buriinua. ,
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And lieak-r In
N. 76 OHIO LEVEE.
SPEC.AL altmUoi given to consign ruecU sad
O'CALLAHAH & TTAT.T.
Slato Ho of ore,
Eoo3n$ and Quttcring a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
eny part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning; Bods, Pumps, Stoveg
Jabklm PresmPtly Dost.
ARE PAID SS
disabled in line of duty, if ba
accident or otherwise. A
WOt'SO of any kind, tha
lots oi a 1 ioKer ar T. or
the lo-. of aa tye, a KlHa
T t'ltK, if bat slight, (Was a
ptp.iuo. Diseata of LMBlfjw
or f arleoao Vslattiirti
gicli4rgdtor wound, injur ia
er tupinrs. yoit tat full I
ty. 4i-Sead H sums far
copy cf P uwoa and BouaM
At is. AHdrsall Utters (
IT. 3. Juiia Aeni, Indiana
t.U, Ind, tTOa all tottarf
rurk f. O. SOS SfVW
Keccommended by GENERAL PLEASANTON
For the cure of a large class ot DISEASES
We have In stock a pood supply, snd
H3S1 VI VSW -sa'v--
roenslons, tnd at prices that will
The Perfection of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
-VTA9 AWAliDEO TllH-
Hy tue Jurors and Conitnlloo ri ot tlie
Contonnial Znternaticnal : EacMbitioa.
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Ai the Bett Illuminating Oil, lor It extrarlicarf merits of ?t t and Iir!tlUo f
ELAINE was also awanlctl a OolJ Vtdal ut tin- Pltti-Warjrb i:xjc,!tl'i) ; rm I vik
mlopted, after a thorough scientific and practical test, by th
UNITED STATES (iOVEBNMHNT LIOUT-HOU.E DEJ'A IITMI'NT,
And received a high commendation Iron the Hoard of Lnlted Ftaui fM.aiiiijat I aspe.v.
ton, Waablngton, D.C.
Insurance Companies rate ELAINE tu same ss a lias risk.
ELAINE la usi-d on many ot the Kallroads, Ktrett Cars aud Uot!s ol tiie vountt f
and lnauiruratod anperlnr to any other oil lo tlie mat ket.
Can be used In any lamp.
ORDERS i'KOM TJIK TBADE KOMCnf-D.
Mark These Facts.
Tlie Tw.timonr of the Whole World.
"I hal no &itite Hi. Ho way's I'llls tavu.
a liwtj one."
Voru- fill are marvelous."
' I send fur auollirr box, and keep ibtrn in the
' lr. Ho In way baa cured ur btadaclie lUat
"I gam one of your Pills to my babe tor chol
era niurbus. 1 be dear little thinn cot well in a
"My nausea of a morning 1 now cured'"
" our box of Ilollowny'a Oiritment curwl Die
of noises In tbe head. I rubbed tome of your
Ointment buhind tlie ears, and the noueha lift."
"Send me two boxes; 1 want one for a poor
"I enclose a dollar; your price It 21 cents, but
the medicine to me is worth a dollar.''
"Send mellve bnxeaof your 1'iljs."
"lt I lie have three boxes of your Pills by re
turn mail, for t hills and Kever."
1 hsveover "' tucb testimonials asthtM-. but
wuai ur spac cortpeia iu io conciuue.
For Cutaneous Disorders,
And all eruption of Ute kin, Jtha ointment la
molt inyaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but penetraUs with the most beancbinff
tutvis vi me vary root or tlie evil.
Invariably cure the follow 114: dlsesM
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affecting these organs, whether
iuey secrete, 100 mncn or too nine water; or
whether tbey be allliuted with stone or gravel, or
with ache and pains settled in the loins over the
regions of the kidneys, these I'illt shonld be ta
ken according a 'he nriaixt irw-isn anil Ui
uintmaut aiiould b well rubbed inlot he small ot
the ha, at bed tim. This treatment will give
aimott immediate relief wheu ll other rut-ana
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eflectnally Improve the
tone of the stomach aa these 1'ilU; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance or
improper diet. 'Ibey reach the liver and reduce
it to a healthy action;tbey are wonderfully efllca
cious in cades of s pit in In fact they never ftttl in
curing all diuorders o. tlie liver and stomach.
HOIXOWAY'S PILLS are the beat known In
the world for the following disease ; AgiM,
Astiima, liilious Complaints, lilotcltes on the
Skin, Uowels. Consumpiion, Debility, Dropsy.
Dyseutery, irysliMilaa, Kemale Irregulaiitiei
t event ol all kinds, riU, Gout. UeaiW-fie, Indi
gestion, Inrlsmmatioo, Jandice, Liver Com
plttlnti. Lumbago, Pilea, KheumaUum, lieten
tioa of urine, Scrofula or King's Evil, Core
Ibroata, htoDS and Gravel Tie-Uoulonreux,
Tumors, Ulcers, Worms of all kinds, Weaknea
Irom auy cause, etc.
None are genuine unless the signs tor of J.
if ark, aa ageat for the United 8tatus, sur
rounds (m box of Pills, and Ointmeut. A
bandBome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such Information as may lead to the
detection of any party or partiea counterfeiting
lbs medicines or vending the same, knowing;
them to lie tpnrlous.
Sold at the ruinutaotory of Profeeaor ties..
Wwir A Co. , New York, and by all respectable
druga-iata and dealer in medicine throughout
the uivilixed world, la box.ee at 2 oeuu. el
cents and l each.
I f There Is coaaiderable taviug by taking the
UrMer sues .
N. B Direnrlons for the guidance of patients
In every diao rdr are adl xed to eaub box
Offloe, IJ2 Liberty at.. New York
, to Ammu,
A No Bd lor .StlmulatlnK Vetreution.
run Mmm urm in my o
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not juHlly tnose In want in
sending w giuti niuim.
W. n. MABEAN.M. D.
i'i (Dr. lJrighaiu fEaouesjr - -
Offlco 136 Commercial Ave.
8-l-lm ' Cairo, Illinois.
rier.ial attention given to the treatment iA(
Chronic Duruae juid 01fn iitxuliar m it
A BOOK FORTHE MILLIOIt
2Iarriago! m2z crit!r.t
Maa J J I i-Tr. th (.ctoscKk
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TbK u a luurwUeg vera f tw ka4r ut rlny
rM-. emmui rmrvmnmf. ul catlu, ftiol'Jv
. aa 11 00 lor woo mn Brrl4 rcofitrapltw n,r
mm. .till HI, I tmel Ul autl w t. tepi m4m let
ae .4 M (art oirdtMlj tSuvl a h,kM.
li miuiu ib eipniMt tii4 t4t tf s rhrriHea
w NimliUM It wurM-vkto. eea tk.uiS talillx pr
itaier rftrmeuud l.ma UarouclwHn l.niit
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jbU4l is tar oWwr etrk.
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Notice to the Affilctsd ane Unfortunate.
B.fort tpfd.luf is the t.lerloo, eav-Jt vht mArmitt hi
S jti.lt I'tptrt. 6r a.lof tny ntcli rQeiet. Br Lii.
mw -wit, mt hhk ut iwur e.ttttt iter mw
Vt BiiiuocaipiatteniBtoSMMrivmef wnmiii
It Ittmtd tf mtml ifce w eelthrtial aMieti
tor. f lilt XHHir7d trvrt. tnl t.a bt tnttat.1 ft.
ftfly w tj nitll, OS Wfct OitM ln.Dtlm.M ! tl, -'
f ltd ptrtort, Kt. ; Nana t,i(bOi tut.1.
iti taJ 1 buuul. hi. at ' it.
t AKD n
Dealer m Fresh Meal.
EIGHTH f STREET,
Between WaaihlnarteM and Comtuercla
Aveaosi, avdjolnlcg Hajuiy'e.
KKKPS far sule the beet Beef, Pork, Mutton.
Veal, Lamb, Itansage, Ac, and le pr
read at urte nuuiliot in aa ae-iuiiia
-'- u sai
Eiillbh Brussels. Three P1t and Ingrain.
alno, Stiir Carpets.Velvet Rttga, Crumb
Clothi, Oil Cloths, etc., Tery cheap
at the Old Place
112 PULTON ST.. NEW YOEK
Carpeu careftdly naeted and sent to aa
part f the United Bute free of charge.
J A. BIND ALL
TjlLOCUTTONXST B JOUKSAL gives cboifl
11 i set etaatUrel a nd new r laces for peoteseien
Taad autstu teadsra and speakers, aoboel ex
tuuiuon. sua mi mnnrnm on appro pn- .
ate aubiecta. Just the thiag wanted. Large
alae. io cents, of any newsdealer or by mall.
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