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Morriso'. chnncc r r-Marr are
Itld to b rood
Asttart.XT TlllUiCM. tOSAXT IlM
been xoiwittetf from nil the ciit.re
lately tutute si4it biui.
( I -
Mr. B. t, BtAKE bai Weo mentioned
m the proper man lor mayor of Cairo.
Blake U one of the Brent men In tl.e
city and will rail u to a T.
Col. Bobkri U. Isgkiisoi.l lectured in
Farwell Hall, at Cliicajo, on Tneilay
bight last, . Ilia subject was, "The Po
litical Issues of the Day." Tickets,
fifty oents. 1 - " '
Lit, th(! tnlld-monnered monster, who
at shot In Utah few days ago, had
nine wive, three ol whom were liTlng
when he died. The three "lie loved
passing well." but Racbael was his fa
vorite. It was wonderlul, the quotum in the
lower bouse of the general assembly last
Saturday. This was Uie first Saturday of
the session on which tcventy-seven ol me
one hundred nd fifty-three members
were in their seat.
The Packard people at Sew Orleans
are said to be much alarmed at tin rapid
strides being mad towards recogni
tion f McioiJf. Tlia rapidity of these
strides is not visible to anybody but the
Gvv. flAvrro has written sr. elo
quent letter to President Ilayeg. This
will no doubt fetch the gentleman from
Ohio. Everything has been tried but
eloquence, and Hampton's eloquence is
ol the most fetching kind.
llo.t. Wm. Hartzkll is detained in
Washington by tUt iUr-s ot Mrs. Hart.
?eil ; but he Utile llartzell, who canned
the lady's Illness,! v-ry Iiearty although
much displeased by the wavering policy
ol President Haves.
Obi.vd Tew kit U. in theopiniou of a
majority mi Use. penitentiary commiiu-e
ol the general ftaetnbiy that o lately
junketed through Southern IUinios, the
t-?t place in Egvpt atwnicbto locate
the proposed new penitentiary.
Tt Ava Rey'vUr ha run to seU on
tli blue fflaaa-blua anTtUine-aue-tiun. It
couacs to as printed with blue ink, and
says, by implication, that it rcorti
to this plan for the puriose ot strength-
king the brain i of it readers through
"Hates policy ol deception," is what
some of the disgusted Democrats call it.
But why are tbey so impatient? Don't
WattersoD a-wire them, in the rhyme of
Scolt or somebody else, that "the dark
will be light and the wrong be made
right" Wait a Jitrle, just a little
Oarerr chang.-s are already sug
gested, but the koowingone at .Wash
ington say there will t none at present.
It was itld that Secretary Schurz would be
sent to Berlin, and he probably wi'l be
alter be geU tired playing in the cabinet
farce of four to three.
Tun ky ol the South brighten:
Wayne MeYeagh, a son-in-law ot Simon
Cameron, Toai '. been appointed one of
lliyes' LouULuu . commission, fctmon
controls ti family in all iu branches
and bates the South, feimon says :
" 1 dumb up !" and up are tlie thumbs
vt UcYeagu 1
Slcbetaby John Shkkmax is laid to
be the power behind President llayea'
ihroiM greater lhau the throne itself.
Vim John Sherman as acting president,
and William Sherman as general of the
army, the country will be ably Sherman
ied. and the South bayonetted and
robbed in tbe usual way.
1 he people oi ijouisiana arc payiug
their taxes to N'icholls. On Saturday hut
Li tax collectors received 132,000. Will
President Hayes take this little fart In
consideration! Let us wait and see
Wait is Just now such a good dog ;and it
may whip Packard cur who is is known
everywhere as Hold Fat.'
Ot a Washington correspondent, with
an astonUhlng display of wine wisdom,
assures us that "these questions are
euterdependent, contlomeraled. and the
future is nebulous, charged with sur
prises." Exactly! We have been de
sirous of expressing our opinion, but
could not And words to do so until we ob
tained these. The future is indeed uebu-
lull and dfccldedly"'hazv."
The Chicago 7W believes that Gov
r.. i . - ...tit . .
ciuur aimer vtui uui accejii a HU4) on
Uayea' new eight-to seven commission.
ntiyuotr Ihe people of the South
mut bare some show, and the minority
ol the commission that is to consign
them to ti e tender mercies of the IUdi
cal rascaU of Louisiana ought to be able.
vt itb such men as l'almer in ihe minor.
ity, tbe old story of the tail wagging the
aog might be repeated.
Wit a little longer. Don't be impa
tient Tbe fact Is, President Haves must
ha? time to (et ready for his Southern
policy. It U a big thing iu m way, and
a president should not be expected to
grapple with it before be gets what the
gamma alanglly call "a good ready.'
-The president means well, but
iuuU not be crowded. Time, and a good
. deal of It, if evidently ot tlie essence oi
tbe contract b made about counting-io
time with tbe Southern Democrats.
T present capacity of the State Iu
aaiM Aiyliua, as given ia a report reo
ntiraaft4i to one of Um heuaes ol the
! aateiDbly u u loliowi ; NorUiert
! Insane hospital, at Klln, five hundred;
(Vntral Initio hospital, at Jacksonville,
lour hrndred and fifty ; Southern lniane
hospital, Anna, (when the new wing Is
finished and occupied), five hundred.
The number ot Inmates in tho hospital
at Jacksonville Is somewhat arrester than
the capacity given, but this is because the
demand for admission has resulted In an
overcrowding, detrimental to the Institu
tion and to the welfare of the Inmates.
Messrs. Hampton nnd Chamberlain,
one ot w hum is governor ol South Caro
lina, has been invited to visit Washing
ton and have a conversation w ith Presi
dent Hayes and his four-to-threc cabi
net. Both the gentlemen have ac
cepted tbu Invitation, and each will soon
be pouring into the ear ol the eounted-in
president the story ot bis woes. To each
the eood president will promise much by
indirection, and then submit t"iemattfcr to
his advisers, when the lour will vote tor
Chamberlain and the three lor Hampton.
Whereupon, the president, with tears in
his eyes, will say b Hampton: "You
must get do n and out. Iam sorry,
but four beats three as sure as tight
beats seven." This is the Southern poli
cy of the new administration. It Ua
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Senators Berniiltl-e l.in.
rrr-TIi Xebaloalty mt ! rlnr
l k s)allirM cuetla. It.
.From our regular Corre-pondentJ
Washington, March 2X
Although a week has elapsed since tbe
adjournment of the seuate, many sena
tors and members ot the house rem.iiu in
Washington, and there I reason to be
lieve that interest in the political sltna-
tion will be prolonged tar into the sum
mer. It is difficult, jt now, to tell
whether the struggle lor political supre
macy in the Forty -linli congress, the ef
fort to recuscitate the Id Whig party,
the civil service depirture, or the South
ern question, is the more entertaining or
aggravating, as the case may be, to polit
ical parti-ans or philosophers. But these
questions are enterdepeutut, conglome
rated, and the future is nebulous, charged
with surprises. The Democrats who
have b?cn doubtiul of their abJity
to control the orirai.iAUion ot I
the next hou-e are now more
contident, Mhce Packard' obstinacy em-1
. ., ... .. t,i, r,'i,'v I
barra.sss tbe present .Southern po.Kj ,
and has a tendency though suspicions to
keep the ikiuocratic phalanx intact.
Messrs, Wood and llaudall are here look
ing aRer their respective interests, aifd
geuial Sunset Cox is touring" through
the sunny congenial south on the same
un-eltish tuition. Dut it is by r means
certain that the naxt speaker will be a
democrat, or that the result will be de
pendent merely upon the denouement in
Louisiana. The eflort to make the Wh'g
party factor iu iolitlcs is formidable,
and some democrats ty. porteutious.
Political partica may be held together
by great bopts or great jx rils but in pi
ping times of peace they are penuesble
by the dew of patronage. If the repub
licans shall decide that tliey cannot elect
as sjieaker one of the straitet of the sect,
they will try, at any rate, to defeat the
democrats by combining upon some
southern man who it is hoped ill be
able to draw a sufficient numUr of votes
from his own party, to dtf.at with their
powerful belD tbe democratic nominee.
Again, there are thoe who treat as a
Quixotism the idea r-f galvanizing tlie
Whig party, and ask if there are dolt
stupid enough to believe that political
parties isue Minerva like from the brain
of presidents and cabiucts, instead of
throueb dim throes of .birth and
struggle of infancy from the people.
The determination of a majority of the
cabinet to recommend sending a com
mission to Louis!aua, to remain and re
port upon the condition of aflairs in that
state ha been anticipated since the cabi
net meeting on Wednesday. It was
such a bitter dissapointmeut to Southern
Democrats who bad hoped lor the with
drawal of the troops upon the inaygura
tion of President Hayes, that their mer
curial temperaments Ml at once, and the
southern policy of the president that bad
been lauded to the skies was denounced
to the opposite locality. Since President
Hayes has been inaugurated he haj lis
tened to the Interminable eloquence and
argument ol delegations from the dually
but not duty governed states. He has
listened w ith '.he patience of a judge, and
of a Job to both tddes; but, iu no Mnir'e
instance, it is believed, has lie Indicated
lust what he proposed to do. Notwith
standing this, a great majority ot the
Xitholls and Hampton men have indulged
In the illusions ol hope, and reports have
been extensively circulated that the
troops would certainly be withdrawn.
andthat the Chaimberlain and Packard
governments, unsupported by bayoneU,
would tumble. Ol cour:c the
Democrats are very angry and
despondent oyer . the appoint
ment of a commission. M. C. Butler
elected to the senats by the Hampton
legislature, telegraphed to Wade Hamp
ton : "There is no hope for our state.
It is the second editioii of 6 to 7." Hamp
ton replied asking if it would be advisa
ble lor him to come here in person, but
he was advised to remain iu Columbia
and look out tor that end of the line.
It is tbe intention ol the President to
start the commission forthwith and it
will most probably be on its way to
Louisiana in torty elgbt hours. It is
not definitely known who will compose
the commission, but, it is understood
that they have been selected to Include
representatives of each phase of opinion,
and it is believed that the President.
Kvurts, Sherman, aud.Schur, have each
nominated a member of tbe commission.
It wis distinctly understood In the
Cabinet, and S3 expressed, that no in-
qmry should be made Into the voUs
east or the votes counted. The commis
sion Is not to determine a dt jure title;
it is to accrUlu a facto holding, to
aecrtain which government la the better
established and tbe better sut ported,
and report the facts as they find them.
The Alleged Presidential Agree
ment With the South.
f Wftshlnrlon orroiMl
(Special Lipatcli tatLe l.ttsiug Jour.ial.)
' .MATTTU.W9 lOSTfH.
Washinotos I). V., March !M.The
publication to-duy ol the detail- ot an
agreement made -by Stanley Matthew
and Hepresentative I'linrlcs Kosti-r, who
iWsuimed to pcak lor President Hayes
wiih several Souf.iern lemocraL-,
w hereby the latter prevented ihe sueeess
of the lUibustering inurement in tlie
house during the electoral eoutit, has
created mueh excitement among pol
iticians, and is the subject oi gen
eral conversation. The Republicans
including Precidei.t Hayes and members
ol his cabinet, are greatly disturbed nt
this disclosure, and tlie latter say Irankly
that thev arc as mucii astonihwl a the
general public at the revelations made.
Inquiry was made ot two or three cabinet
members to-dsy. as to the truth of the
statements made, but in every cae the
answer was that they knew nothing, and
could only express their surprise it
Messrs. Matthews and Foster had under
taken to give pledges in behalf ot Presi
dent Hayes, in advance ot his being de
clared president, and without the subt
est authority from him to do so. The
course of Matthewsand Foster is severely
condemned; by the better class of ifepub
licans, who believe that tlie dis
closures made will have toe
effect to embarrass the president and his
administration in trying to effect a set
(lenient ot the existing complications.
iu an Interview with Senator Gordon, to
day, he said to your correspondent that
be was greauy surprised at the publica
tion, and regretted that the fact had
leaked out at this time. It wa true, he
said, that he went to Mr. Foster, a al
leged, and told him that he would en
deavor to prevent the count from being
completed unless some guarantees or
pledges were given as to the course to
be pursued by Mr. Hayes' administra
tion. -I don't know," snjj tlie senator,
"that I would have done anything, or that
I would have extended sutlicient in
fluence to have prevented the completion
of the count, but 1 concluded to try a lit
tle Dull-uoziiig ol t oster, and I succeed
ed admirably. He took tlie matter in
hand, and tlie result was that both he
and .tanley Matthews made written
pledges iu letters addressed to me, but
which were never iu my hands although
1 have en them. Thee letter were
general in their character, and pledged
the administration to give us l-x'ai
Igoyerunipnt and home-rule in the South.
There was nothing in them ubwut a with
er tbe iroor.s uut we. oi
cure, understood that lht .woiild
ru t) .tMr:nts froru
Matthews and Evart-" letters arc publish
ed, but they are not genuine. :d;lio'i jjL
giving very" nearly th tenor ot whut is
et lorth iu them.' Io you think Pres
ident Have knew of this compact or Was
a party to it ?' asked your correspond
ent. 'l knew be was iiut," said Uordon;
and this you can say in the
ino't positive manner. But Pos
ter and Matthews' nit that their
relations with Mr. Hayes were
such that they could ieak lor him. but 1
am certain that he was not consulted iu
the matter. Copies of tho letters were
made and handed around to Democrat
a soon as received, but 1 have neither the
originals nor copies and. then-lore,
could not furnUh the lull t-t, it I was so
disposed. I don't consider thai there has
beeu any violation ot the pledges given
as yet, although I think the president i
pursuit!!' a wrong course just now. It"
either Hampton or Nlchoil- should go
under. 1 should leei it to be my iuty to
atsail the transaction, and to show it tin
in its true light. But at present 1 am
content to wait the action ol the president
and In' auminietration.
GENERAL GRANT AT CINCINNATI-
lbs r.x tr-ldnt Make one of lh
l.tortl -ti ol til tile -
Stwuie to hi. l.vnn
CixcixxATt, March 2C Ex-President
Grant made his appearance on the floor
ot the chamber ol commerce to-duy at
aoon, and waa enthusiastically received
He was Introduced by President Egtfles-
ton and rerpondeil in a brief speech,
uhlch was heartily applauded. He was
then introduced to a number ol
prominent buine men cl the city.
Ihe following is hi speech out the
uextlemex: lbe reception was en
tirely unexpected by me, but I a-sure
you 1 am very glad to meet you all, and
feel very thanklul to you l r this kind
reception. 1 have no doubt but 1 will
be a great deal better Itllow now than 1
was fix months ago. I don't suppose 1
will have any political opponents now.
since we are ail sovereign togetber, as I
hope we will continue tone tor a great
many years jet. 1 (eel that I I ave con
siderable life, health and strength kit.
DoiwitUatanuiiig the laet that during
the sixteen year, ot labor and toil 1 hav
undergone, w hich perhaps 1, not sur
passed by any other sixteen years of uiv
With a Might move of his hand he dis
missed the i-ubject and his hearers, and
descended Iroui the platform. A large
nuuiw-r oi cmen-, irrespective of party,
pressed forward to enjoy a shake ol the
general's hnnd. He will iit his old
home in Brown county a few Jays and
return to the city on Thursday to become
the g uef t of the Cincinnati club. Alter
that he will go to St. Ixmi-.
1 UK l'E' llt.Al.TII.
Ko.uk, March -.'C Amid the ieveiUh
excitement and unremitting labor at the
Vatican relative to the consistory, the
pope has fallen ill again. It is certain
that after the secret consistory on the
12th Inst., he fainted and had to nuit
reading the allocution.
Those tainting tits have recurred, and
the pope ha remained unconelous longer
each time. He does not like his illness
to be perceived, and make strong el'
lort to hide It, producing painful reac
tion. THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la lit UrMMrt OI4
Which has stood tbe teat of 4C
There is no sore it will not Heal,
no Lameness it will not Cure, no
sVche, no Pain, that AiHicts the Uu
man body, or the body of a Hone
or other Domestic animal, tlait
does not yield to its magio touoh.
A. bottle ooatina 25c, 60o. orfl
oaa onen aavea tne me or a Human
Being, and Bestored to Life and
Down go tho Fricdo of
Siats' hwkw floods
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Fvr brought to Cairo. These goods are pu rebated I y Mr. Farubakcr who resides iu
New York, and takes his time in selecting and buyiuii lust what tbe mrkt
needs and st priocsto suit the times. You w ill io well by tiling
on us, to look at our goods and prices. We tuske
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. In Winter's Block.
FOBTT TEAES BErORE THE rTULIO.
DR. C. M ? LANE'S
re the ci ke cr
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
1VirtlsIA AND SICK 1IEADACHL.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
J) A IN" in tlie right fcide, under the
edgeof the ribs, increaseson jircs
Mire ; bometinics 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 shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder. r:.d i- sometimes mis
taken for a rhsTiiv.s.t:-m in the arm.
The stomach is zrX with loss of
appetite a:;-! it k;.c- ; the bowels in
tcner-l ere o-t'-.. . K-metimc-s alter-
l.ative vv;t:: u ; ' :.
with j ein, l i :
heavy sc:..'ii ii i
There iiti.tr. ;!)
cfmtrnorv .m (.(::
fjl str.si.tion f h;
: i'l.id is troubled
i;i d witii a dull,
i the back part.
. ii;g k ft undone
bori.ethir. .; v. i.ih t r. h: to have beeo
done. A liht. dr to:;gh is some
times a:i attendant, j 'ihe ratier.t
omj-laiiis of ti carinas and debility ;
he i er.sily startle!, his ftet are cold
or burning-, a".d h complains cf a
prickly section f the kin ; hi,
spirits are low ; r,d although he is
satisfied that exerLe would be bene
fkial to him, et he can scarcely
vimmoii ut) fortit .de enough
In lac t, lie trusts eery rem-
cdv. Several of t!.
toms attend the ti
:ae. but cases
have occurre! v. lu re K'.v cf them ex-i.-teij,
yet exsrriir.aticn of the body,
after death, l.; shor.-n the I imp. to
have been erter.;r.cly deferred.
ague ami i i:vi;r.
Dk. C. M.J.a:.l I.ivi.k J'jlls,
i:; CAr.3 or A.i f si, 1 j .. f r, when
taken with Qjiui :c, ate jiioductive
of the moa happy rc- uit s. No better
cathartic can I- t. -i, preparatory
to, cr after tal:i.-,g Quinine, We
would advL-.e ail v.JiO are afflicted
with this di-xaic to five them a
FAIR TRIAL. -
For all BUiou-, derange. ment?, and
as a simple purgative, they are un-e-jualed,
BEWaJiK OF IMITATIONS.-
The genuine Ik. C. M Lane's
LiLk Pjlls are i.e-v-.-r sugar coated.
livery box h:.s a rnl wax s;eal on
the lid, with t!i ..i.j ic im Dr.
MVLank'k Liw J'.i.is.
'Ihe genuine M Lam's Livir
1'iixs Uar th. . i. ,n.rcs of C.
M'.Lank and 1 u. Ukj-. on the
4-aj" Insist on y.: inyr;ls;t OT
stcirekft:x.r giii,j ,,u th.- tnuine
'J. M' l.A .1' I,ur pii.,.s ,,re.
:irci by 1 Iniiinp :;,,..., 1'itt. Lurtrh,
Sold by all rest-i.;hle dnn'giuti
and f omitrv tijre.ee!-r in-ntrllv.
'I o tho
' r ti n v ) C". M''I.4N'
l-ri ut me i i,,tra Sij
Isclily L nnh
out Ljx of filu lor
O CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booting and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rod, Pumpa, Stovea
Jot blag PreasPtlr DB.
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I 1 o every n-a.lrr of this puper who enl im th.s
(Ttillcatearel fl we will lorwinl, fur fine vear.
"Ihe 'lfinure." a n.xirnllei nt llliisiratnl
Monthly .luiirnal su't H usKCr's Mannr.ine,
I aiet uue cnjiy of our uew su'l elegant rriuiiiiu
; 1 1. 1. .inn, n.Iillr l
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' A ina-tcrpece.if tl,e lu.sl...rf Siliool cf Kelire
j l.uiniinif, y I'nr. .lorlan, l.e i 1Ji.'v. e-e.-iitrl
in the huhs1 slvle of the art. Iirt.il
j 'rice of. lucli is S.'., ami a Copy of the I..II..W
inir lioaiitil'ul f,iem licrillve of the rli.-.UKi, iu
j t io'nl llluiiunalt'l colors for rraruuiK
i Art lHitwait, rooJ wife", a minute:
j I have tirt a wonl t'i ay ;
Is von know what to tlv i!
j lythtr. 'ti our wrtlJu.jr day:
I ist a now. we sut at iii'pir
w lien the pile', g jno aw ny ;
You , Mt Hist s uie. 1 ml Uiis ..-"t
J oity year aa-i W-U '
ll.f-n what plan we lai.l Uii-Mtt r;
V hat hr.n thine I tiusnl to 'lo'
i oulfl weOreaiu to-laT woi:hl Unii irs
At tlti- table uie aji l vouV
IMterso. no iloiiht and yet I
; oriietijne4 tliiuk I r uiiifjt tel!
Ha't our Ijor ab, ves! 1 know, (leu ;
1 Yes, lie ilotth all tLiiig-i well.
' Well we've hat nur Jors and orr'w..
Sl!n4ouriiii !rt as' well as tear;
i A nil the lTjj 0 tt I've line! ycur
j aithlul love lor fort yJ e-le'
I'o-'T we've lieen, out not forsaken:
; Oiief w'v known, but never ehaxe
I Kather l'-r Thy aii- le nirrriif
Mill we bless 1 hy Holy Dume:
Th U a rare chaiire
for j on to make mon
ey. M e a ill pay you
larire -&i.lt i-ziihiiiii.
ion anil five you er.!u-ive territory. Jstml
us one ilollar, avoid ULUf ie7.iai y i-orre..on-Ucnre,
receive your territory, ami iro to woi k at
once. I pon receipt of aliic li we w ill f,,rup.
aent'i i.u lit. crtifl ate ol agency, etc. .ri.
men r-tie in cents, none free.
A'ldre. Tbe Treasure PubHahin- Co,
-So. sj i..Ur btrect. New ioik"!
I MII iik i:4I.:kh.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WBola!e anl Retail teal,r In
WIXES OF AlaL KIM'S
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MK8Sa.. (MYTH 4 CO. hive son.tantj,
a large etork ol the beat fovls in toe nr.
ket, aal a-iveeepecial attention lolfae wholesale
ranch of the business
labtls. Cavenu, A.!Kfintnits, luterfi ranca,
etc., .rulMJ. ailcmlecl tu. Inveutiona tlikt
'ltl re may
-till, in iiiohI
':aae4, lie ae
i:iirl liv i. .
tile tl,o f 'ateM OUle we ran make closer icarr.h
es, an'1 se. me palent-ne rf tirumjit.y and with
liroailer rljiina t.iau those who are remote In-iu
e a m i iii
tion Tree ofclj . triss aa to i.atintnljillt y
All correspu ta "- "Jy iviiillifenlial purea
I'riee, low; a 1 CIlAliOK LNLKS
I'A'II-.M IS ftuiEdJ.
We rcl' r to oOiciala in tjc I'ateni olUi'e, auj to
Inventors in evety 8taie in tlie I ninu AJilieat
A. dxuw & iu.
Om.os I'alent Oitlce. Washington, U.C.
oii.umntion, that aconrKs of hurnanity, Ih
I lien rest ilread ol the human fuiuily, iu all ci vti
I l'eel I'onlUli nt that I am In poasegaiou of Ihe
only sure, iulalliul. remedy now known lo
the iirufeaainn lor the ((teeiiy, inaitive cur ol
that dreal iliseaae, nd it unwelcome eouem
itant, m. ; Calai rh, AMhma, lirniii hitia, Ner
voin I'elnlitv, eu., etc. I am old fojty. lbe.
Iieve iu iiie.li. iiie. 1 wenly-eiKlit years ex oe
rienec as a hiii-y iraetiliouer in the la at tun.
tiiuiitioii hospital Is the ni l ami new worhl,
lias uukIiI me tha value of rojii r innliru ln u
linlli local ami conalitutioiiul iu iliecur'nf this
rreut enemy ol' our rare. I hate found it. liul
am iliifrethsinK. I started sut to nay to tlioae
sullerinK with roiiHiiriiition or any ol Ihe above
maladies, that by a-lilieas ng me, lviiiK' kymp
tnin., they fclisll xs nt in oaseaaiuu! ol' this
Kieat boon, without charge, and shall have the
lieuedtof ioyeiiieni'e in thousands of case
kuceeaalully treated, lull fiaiticulsrs, diree
tions for prejiaralion and use, and advice and
instructions tor kucceeat'ul tiealjoent al your
own Imiiie, will I received by you by return
mail, free ut charge, hy addressing
1 11. Jul I V s, bi u.vKTT,
wily K7 JfUeraou slreet, liuisMlle, Ky
ffi7aXl:Jin Tine of duty, if by
accident or othcrwul. A
MUl'KO of any kind, lh
bias of a t'luKr or !. or
the lo or au tyr, Ht;is
'11 Kt,if but alight, gives
.cn.ion. Diaesbt of (.nstarfj
or Vvricoae) Veist) kiv
tlucba: ged lor wouuj.ini 4ri
or riipnne, you get full boun
ty. erstDii si stamps for
i-ouy of I'roiioa and Uouaty
Aiti. Address all letters M
U.S. Claim Agent, Indiantpa
Otis. Iml. arO all latter
tr,.,k P.O. U9 0ftft
in I HIV I Vi'ri7,i!K:
Reccomnicnded by 3ENEKAL PLEASANTON
Kor tlie cure of a l.rjre cla-i of 1sKASK. Al-o used lor -tlmuli.tinir VeifeUUoti.
bate lo stock a rood ftipplr, sml ttt furnish ligbt to any de-lred ut
tut'DHinus, atiil st prieea t tiat w ill not juMity tl.oe id wurt in
enditnf to othsr market.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AW A
By tbe Jurors ami 'ommiriiner of t'ue
Contonnial Intoraaticnal Zshibition.
As the lit -t llliuuitikt.nv Oi', lr it i itrnor.licsry merit, of ."tetr sr.J lirill uc :
KI.AINK viaa sl-o sw.-rdeil a fioll Mi'dal at the i'ltM.urirti I xposltlmi ; an 1 w .
Ritnpte.l, afLer a thorough .. ientilie atiil tTai-ticsl leaf, ly tl.e
IMIKO TATI (iOVKKNMKNr LUiHT Hol F. DKJ'A ItTMKM .
And retf.Mil a lub rctunii h'Jaticn Irom ilib Jioanl &f l ifted States Seaaili,at lni.
lom, Washington, I). .'.
m Insursnce 'otiii:inie rate KI.AINK tie au.e a a list tiat.
KLAI.NK i ti.e.l on inutiy cl the K iilroa N, Mrett Car utnl Iktela of ihe touutr
aiid inatifitirate.l n.tnorlo uuy tithertil iuthe msiLei.
Can be iibed in any lamp.
OKL1KK.S KKOM 1IIK TIIAI.K -Uf.lt 1 1 tl .
Fl ! FIRE ! FIRE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from the late fire by
Will be sold within next the Thirty Days at a
Come Ono Come all
Ent'Hhh Brussels. Three IMv and Ingrain
also. Stair Carprts, Velvet Uuk. t'rtiiiib
Clotlis, Oil t;iotti, ete., very cheap
at the Old l'luro
112 FULT01N ST., NEW YORK
Carpets earelully packet) and bent to an
part ot tbe I'oilea Slates iree of charge.
CfSEND TOR PRICE LIST.-
J A. BENDALL
Ko W Ohio Lcvec.
III Kl) 'I I IK
to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
O. D WILLIAMSON,
AnJ lealer in
If. 18 OHIO taSVSE.
SPKC .AI. stlantioi Kln ttconiTininU aad
W. II. MABEAN.M.D.
Hosupilliic Phjsician iti Surjesa
(Or. ItrigUam s Sut ceor.)
Office 136 Commercial Ave.
3.1-lm Cairo, Minoll.
Special attention viven'to the' treat men
Chrotlie li.eaa snd ttieaas peculiar ;to