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Morrison's clins lor ypenkir tr
mU to be good.
AMiersfT Trkauh t'ossvr lias
been eJCftrtrattJ fry uV till the charges
Intel sank tjiittit Lt.oi t T "
Me. B. F. BtiKR has been mentioned
as the propet nan for mayor of tVtro.
Baske U on of tM ' Uresf men In the
city, and srfll suli mtoiT.
C6L. Robebt O. Ikokholl lectured In
FrweU Hall, at Chicago, on Tuesday
Bight last - Hit subject w, "The To
litical Ihom of the Day.'.; Tickets,
fifty cents. ""
Lu, the raild-man&rred tuonitcr, wbo
m shot to Utah a few days fO, bad
ntae wire, three of whom were Uring
when he died. The three "he loved
passing well," but Rachael was his . fa
It was wonderful, the quorum in the
lower house of the general assembly last
Saturday. This was the first Saturday of
the session on which seventy-seven of the
one hundred and fifty-three members
were ia their teat.
Tut Packard peonl at Xew Orleans
tre said to be much alarmed at the rapid
sfri uVs ' being mad towards recogni
tion ofXichoIl. Tiio rapidity of these
strides to not visible to anybody but the
Gov. flMiTox has written an
queat letter to President Hayes, 'i bis
will do doubt fetch the gentleman from
Ohio. Everything has been tried but
eloquence, and Hampton's eloquence is
of the most fetching kind.
Ho. Ws. Haktzell is detained in
Washington by the illness of Mm. Hart,
rell ; tat the little Hartzcll, who caused
the lady's 'lUnem.it Ttry hearty although
mactt displeased by the wavering policy
ot President Hayes.
(Jrs.nd Tew kk is, in the opinion of a
majority of the penitentiary committee
otlhe general assembly that eo Utely
junketed throagh bouthem lUinioa, the
hestpiace in Lgvpt at Ukh to locate
tti proposed new pctiiteatiary.
t ant Ava Rsgiittr has rnn to vt4bD
the blue glasa-bliM anjtkic -question. It
comes to us printed with blue Ink, and
yi, by Implication, Uat it resoit
to this pLasi for the purpose of strength
ening tL braias of its readers through
'HaykV policy ot deception." is hat
i of the disgusted Democrats cll it.
But why are tbey so impaiiettt? Don't
Watttrtoa aAure ftem, In the rhyme of
Scott or somebody else, that "the dark
will be light and the wrong be made
right!" Wait ; a little, just a little
C'ami.vct change are already sug
gested, bat the kuowiogones at .Wash
ington say there will be none at present,
ft was said that Secretary Schnrz would be
sent to Berlin, and he probably win be
alter he gets tired playing in the cabinet
farce of four to three.
Tats cky ot the South brightens!
Wayne MeVeugh, a son-in-law ot Simon
Cameron, b4 , beu appointed one of
HiyeV LouWana coiamuion. Hlmen
controls LU 'family lu all its branches
aud bates the South. Simon says :
"Thumb up!' an J up are the Rhumbs
o( McVeagh 1
SfccaitTABr Jou.v Sbkkms.n is said to
be the power behind President Hayes'
throue greater than the throne Itself.
With John Sherman as acting president,
and William Sherman as general of the
army, the country will be ably Sherman
ied, and the South bayonct'.ed and
robbed in the usual way.
Tbk people of tauieiana arc paying
their taxes to Nicholls. On Saturday laet
his tax collectors received $132,000. Will
President Hayes take this little fact In
consideration? Let us wait and see.
Wait is just now such a good dog ; and it
way whip Packard's cur who is is known
everywhere as "Hold Fat."
Oik Washington correspondent, with
an astonishing display of wise wisdom,
assures as that "tlieee questions are
t-nterdependent, conglomerated, and the
future la nebulous, charged with sur
prises." Exactly! We have been de
sirous of expressing our opinion, but
could not find words to do so until w e ob
lai'ned these. The future is indeed nehu.
lous and decidedly "bazr."
Tub Chicago Tin believes that Gov
eruor Palmer will not accept a place ou
Hayes' new eight-to seven commission.
vtnynotr me people of the South
imi.t have some show, and the minority
ot toe commission that Is to consign
them to tt e tender mercies of the Radl-
cal rascals of Louisiana ought to be abla.
With such tuea as Palmer in the minor
ity, the old story of the tail wagging the
dog might be repeated.
Wait a little longer. Don't be Impa
tieut Tha fact Is, President Haves must
have rime to tt ready for his Southern
policy. It U a big thing lu its way, and
a president should not U expected to
yrapplewith it before be gets what the
yamina alangily call good ready."
The president mean well, but
utoU not be crowded. Time, aud a good
deal Of It, Is evidently o I the easeaeeot
the contract ha made about countlng-in
lime with the Southern Democrats.
T pceaent capacity of the SUte lu
sane Asyium. as given in a report rec-
j tatty mad to one of the bouses of taa
1 gweraJ Mwafel is as follows ; Northers
In.ane hojltal, at t'.lpln, Ave hundred;
Central Inane hospital, at Jacksonville,
(our hundred and fifty ; Southern Insane
hospital, Anna, (when the new wing Is
finished and occupied), five hundred.
The number ot inmates in the hospital
at Jacksonville is somewhat greater than
the c)acilj ffivao, bat this is becawt the
demand for admission has resulted in an
overcrowding, detrimental to the Institu
tion and to (he welfare of the Inmntes.
.MksrS. Hampton and Chamberlain,
oue of whom is governor ot South Caro-
lioa, Las been Invited to viit tVashinjr
ton and have aouveisation ith Presi
dent Hayes and his four-to-tliree cabi
net. Both the gentlemen have ac
cepted the invitation, and each will soon
be pouring into the ear of the counted to
president the story ot his woes. To each
the rood president will promise much by
indirection, and then submit tlu-'matter to
his advisers, when the four will vote for
Chamberlain and the three lor Hampton
Whereup n, the president, with tears in
his eves, will say to Hampton: "You
must get down and out. lam sorry,
but four beats three as sure as eight
beats seven." This is the Southern poll
crofthe new administration. It u a
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
lbs SvaikHB ipl. Ttt.
i From our regular Correspondent.)
tVAs'HiXGTOx, March IS.
Although a week has elapsed since the
adjournment of the senate, many sena
tors and members ot the house remain In
Wahington. and there is reason to be
lieve that interet in the political situa
tion will be prolongd far into the sum
mer. It U difficult, jug: now, to teli
whether the struggle lor political supre
macy in the Forty-titth congress, the ef
fort to recuscitate the eld 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 partisans or philosophers. But these
questions are enterdepenent, conglome
rated, and the future is nebulous, charred
with surprises. - The Feinocrats who
have been doubtful of their ability
to control the organization ot
the text boa? are now mote
confident, siuce Packard's obstinacy em
barrasses the president Southern policy,
and has a tendency though suspicions to
keep the leiufcratic phalanx intact.
Messrs. Wood and lUndall are here look
ing after their respective Interests, and
genial Sunset Cox is '-touring through
the sunny congenial eouth ou the same
une'tiib mieslon. Dut it Is by no means
certain that the naxt speaker will be a
democrat, or that the result will be de
pendent merely upon the rf.ueet in
LouUiana. The eCort to make the Whig
rartva factor in politics is formidable.
and some democrats ay, iwrtentious.
Political partie miy be held together
by great bopts or great perils but in pi
piag times of peace they ire permesble
by the dew of patronage. If the repub
licans shall decide that they cannot elect
a speaker one of the ttraitet of the sect,
they will try, at any rate, to defeat the
democrats by combining upon some
southern man who it Is hoped will be
able to draw a sufficient number of votes
from his own party, to defeat w ith their
powerful help the democratic nominee.
Again, there are tbo who treat as a
Quixotism the idea rf galvanizing the
Whig party, and ask if there are dolts
stupid enough to believe that political
parties issue Minerva like from tl.e brain
of presidents and cabiuets, instead of
through dun throes of .birth and
struggles of infan y from the people.
The determination of a majority of the
cabinet to recommend sending a com
mission to Ixiuisiaoa, to remain and re
port upon the condition of aflairs In that
state has been anticipated since the cabi
net meeting on Wednesday. It . was
such a bitter disapointmeut to Southern
Democrats who had hoped tor the w ith
drawal of the troops upon the inaugura
tion of President Hayes, that their mer
curial temperaments fell at onue, and the
southern policy of the president that had
been lauded to the ikies was denounced
to the opposite locality. Siuce President
Hayes has been inaugurated he has lis
tened to the Interminable eloqueuoe and
argument ot delegations lrom the dually
but not duly governed state. He has
listened with ;he patience of a Judge, and
ofaJobtobotb ides; but, In no ting!e
instance, it i believed, has he indicated
just what he proposed to do. Notw ith
standing this, a great majority ot the
Nicholls and Hampton men have indulged
in the illusions ot hope, and reports have
been extensively circulated that the
troops would certainly be withdrawn.
and'that tha Chaimberlain and Packard
governments, unsupported by bayonets,
would tumble. Ot eource the
Democrats are very angry and
deiondcnt oyer the appoiut
ment of a commUklon. M. C. Butler
elected to the senate by the Hampton
legislature, telegraphed to Wade Hamp
ton : "There is no hope for our state.
It is the second edition of 8 to 7." Haiup
tou replied asking if it would be advisa
ble lor him to come here in person, but
he was advised to remain in Columbia
and look out tor that end of the line.
It is the intention ol the President to
start the commission forthwith and it
will most probably be on Us way to
Louisiana iu forty-eight 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.
Krarts, Sherman, and.Schurz, have each
nominated member of the commission.
It wis dlstincely understood iu the
Cabinet, and to expressed, that uo in-
quiry should be made Into the voUs
cast or tus votes couuted. The commis
sion is uot to determine a de jurt title;
t Is to aoertala a i facio holding, to
accrtain which government is the better
established and the better supported,
and report the facts as they find them.
The Alleged Presidential Agree
ment With the South.
tle r VI hinln I or rcapontl-
- M and tlitirlMn
(Special lUpitcb to the K Truing Jciir ml )
UT1 llt,Wt IQSTER.
Wsshlnotos It. C, March 20. 'I lie
publication tiduy ot the details ot Hti
agreement uiatie by Stanley Matthews
and Uepresentative Charlert Foster, who
assumed to speak lor President Hay
Willi several Southern Democrats,
whereby the latter prevented the snccess
ot the filibustering movement in the
house durinir the electoral count, has
created uiucli excitement anionir pol
itician, and is tin; subject ot gen
eral conversation. The lleniiMicuis
including President Hayes and members
ot his cabinet, are greatly iliturteu at
thi disclosure, nml tin latter say irankly
that they are as much atoiiUhed as Ihe
general public at the revelations made,
inquiry was ma-le ot two or three catinet
members, to-day, 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 aud Foster had under
taken to give pledge ill liehalf ol Presi
dent Hayes, in advance ot his tieing de
clared president, and without the tight
est authority from him to do so. The
course of Matthewsand Foster is severely
condemned; by the better clas of llepub
licans, who believe that the dis
closures made will have the
etl'ect to embarrass the president and his
administration iu trying to effect a set
tlement ot the existing complications.
In an Interview with enator Gordon, to
day, he said to your correspondent ttiat
lie was greatly surprised at the ut)!ira
tion, and regretted that the liicts had
leaked out at this time. It - w as -true, he
said, that he went to Mr. Foster, as al
leged, aud told him that he would en
deavor to prevent the count from being
completed unless some guarantees or
pledges were given a to the course to
bepursueu oy air. myc administra
tion. '-I don't know, said the senator,
that I would hive done an vthinir. or that
I would have extended suBkient in
fluence to have prevented the completion
of the count, but 1 concluded to try a lit
tle bull-dozing ot Fo.-ter, and I succeed
ed admirably. He took the matter in
hand, and the result was th.it both he
aud Stanley Matthews inade writteu
pledges, iu letters ad.lrt.veJ to me, but
wtnen were never In my nanus, although ;
1 have seen them. TIimj letters were
general in their character, and pledged
Uie administration to give, us local m 11-
governuient and home-rule in the .-outh.
Ihere was nothing in im-in awut a w ith
drawal of the troop-, hut we, of
course, understood that this would
follow. What purport to be cm nets from
Matthews and Evart' letter- an; publish
ed, but they are not genuine, ni:houeli
giving very nearly the tenor of w h it is
set lorth in them. "lo you think I'res
Went Hayes knew of this compact or was
a party to it ? ' a-ked your correspond
ent. "1 knew be was not," said Gordon;
"arid this yon can say lu the
most positive in mmr. But Fo
ur and Matthews; ie.it that their
relations with Mr. Hates were
such that they could speak lor him, but 1
am certain that he w as not consulted in
the matter. Copies of the b lurs were
made and hauded around to Iietnot.T.it
a soon as recti ved, but I have neither the
originals nor copies and, therefore,
could not furnish the full text, it I was so
dispotJ. I don't con-ider that tin re has
been any violation ot tle pledges given
as yet, although I thibk the president i
pursuifiZ a wrong cour- Js? now. If
either Hampton or Nkhoils should go
under, 1 should feel it to be my duty to
assail the transaction, and to show it tip
iu its true light. But at present 1 am
content to wait the action ol the president
ana ms ajmir.itrauon.
GENERAL GRANT AT CINCINNATI-
Ihi i:m rrraldvnt Hnkn lint f !
St w tale kt. lui.
Cixci.x.nati, March 20. Ex -President
Grant made hU apptarar.-.e on the floor
of the cnamber ot commerce to-day at
ao3ii, and was eiiUnisUstKnily receivei.
Ha was introdut til by President Egzh-s-ton
aud responded In a brief speech,
which was heartily aj.j.lau itJ. He was
then introduced to a number ol
prominent business men ot t'ie city,
the following is his speech out the
Gentlemen: The reception was en
tirely unexpected by me, but I aure
you I am very glad to meet you all, and
feel very thanklul to you for this kind
reception. 1 have no doubt but 1 will
be a great deal better fallow now titan 1
was six months ago. 1 don't suppose I
will have any political opponents now,
since we are all sovereigns together, as I
hope w e will continue to be tor a great
niaoy years yet. 1 feel that I I ave con
siderable life, health and strength lelt,
notwithstanding the fact that during
the sixteen years of la!or anil toil 1 have
undergone, w hich pt-rhaps is not sur
passed by anv other sixteen years of mv
With a slight move of his hand he dis
missed the subject and Ids hearer, and
descended lrom the platform. A large
number ot citizens, irrespective of party,
pressed forward to enjoy a hake ol the
general's Imud. He will visit his old
home in Brown county a few Jays and
return to the city ou Thursday to become
the guest of the Cincinnati club. Alter
that he will go to St. I.ouis.
Hit: hoi k's ntALiii.
Home, March JO. Amid the ieverih
excitement and unremitting labor at the
atlcan 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 ouit
reading the allocution.
Those tainting tits have recurred, aud
the pope has remained unconcious longer
each time. He dots not like his illness
to be jH-rceived, and makes strong ef
forts to hide it, producing painful reac
tion. THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OP PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
letbe Jrwal 014
Which haa stood the test of 4C
There is no sore it vill not Heal,
no Lameness it willnotCure.no
A.che, no Pain, that Afflicts the Hu
man bodypr the body ofaHopte
or other Domestic animal, tut
does not yield to its magio touch.
A. bottle coating 25o., 60o. orfl
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
TEMPLE OP FASHION.
Down go tho Fricoc of
We are iu receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED CLOTHING
Lvir I rcugl.t to Cairo. 1'hese poods are pur. hae d t-y Mr. KarLhakrr who resides in
V.-w York, so J tkes his time in selecting an. I buying iut w hat the inirlst
needs and st pricesto suit the tiniog. on will do well by cailin
on us, to look at our goods and prices, W e mike
A Specialty of Gents1 Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
FOBTY TTAES BEFORE THE PCHUa
DR. C. M9LANE'S
PGR IHK CCkK OP
Hepatitis or Liver Complaint,
LYSPtPSIA ANU SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms f a Eiiseaied Liver.
PAIN" in the right side, under the
edgeof the ribs, increasesonpres- J
Mire ; sometimes the pain is in the left 1
side; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain j
is felt under the shoulder-Uade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, a: id is sometimes mis
taken for a rheum;.; i-;.i in the arm.
The stomach i anV ted w kh loss of
:I petite and . ki ,..-. : the towels in
geiiLTul arc oiie. vu:Liinics alter
native with lav : c i.ad is troubled
wi:h j .-.in, f f n.j -1 It d with a dull,
heavy sci..-ti.ii i.i t!e back part.
There iitr.t ot:idcrablc loss
f jl sensution of iia,ii'ig kit undone
i .on.ethir.t v. hi. h ought to have beco
dor.e. A I !g!.t, drs coi'h is some
tiir.es an attendr.iit. j The jatient
on.p!wi.':s of wtarir.css and debility ;
he is ea.-ii'y startled, his feet are cold
or burning, ar.d Ji complains of a
j r'ukly scrisatiou ot the skin; liii
spirits are low; ar.d although i.e ii
satirficd that e.ercie would be bene
fxial to him, .tt he can scarcely
s 'nnr.on up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, l.e sli-tru-t every rem
edy. Several of ti.e above symp
toms attend the di.-'.-ae, but cases
have occurred wb.-re k .v of them ex
i ted, yet exan ir atin of the body,
after death, ha-, shown the uvir. to
have been extvr-;-...!; kr;.!jgtd.
AGUE A N I) I KVfcR.
Ijp. C. MH..: I.r.ik I'ills,
u; csi.s of Act k yu 1 r . i k, when
taken v.ith Quint i-.e, tie productive
of therno-t haj.py r;-!.l:. Nobetter
cathartic can b-e v.-c-d, preparatory
to, or after t-kii.g Quir.ir;. We
vould advl-e tit who aie afrlirted
with this diica-e t give them A
t or all Biliou-; dtrangenrier.t-:, and
as a simjJerifrtirgitivc, tl.ey ate un
HEWAAK OF IMITATIOXS.
The geriuir.e Lx C. M. Lane's
Liver I'ills are i.e . r sugar coated.
I. very lox a r d wax seal on
the lid, with th..- impression iJk.
MH.anl's I ivi v In..
Tlie geiiiiirit M'J.ask's Livfr
1'it.L.-: xj.t the- i btLires of C.
MVLank and 1 1 1 p; o-. c!1 tl,e
tor Jr.si .t on u.ur dniigit or
stortkec-H.r givii.j ;.v..u the genuine
Dr. C. M' L.m.'s J.i .Fk Pii ls. pre
parcl by H.-ming J,;., , Piit-biircdi,
Sold by all re-.pt-ctable druggists
and country storeke-c r generally.
'Jo t,. ,.hii.(f eo r ve lk C'. M'-Lsnb's
iLfc.MI.vr; p.kos . pimb.h. Tu
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
aooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Boda, Pumps, Stoves
J ' PrutStlr Pti.
A BOOK FORJHE MILLION.'
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Si ir il "" U S. Suis 11m
Holies ts tk saicTTs af Unlsrtussts.
ft !'' i a-ti i. tu a.iia
lo tvery r.lrr of thi prr'wh' Sftids n WC.t
Ttiiiattn'l fi w will lor ward, .jr one rt.
'llif 1 rMisiire." a iHagniUcfDt l!'n-trnir1
Mom hly .bmrnal and II ouMkecprr's ilaimzitir,
ami one cofiT ol" our n-w bd-I elegant I'rviuiuni
"ASKIVf". A Et.KSO."
A mstrr.;wnl the lueM,irf school cf rrnr
l'SinuiDt, lij- I'rof. .liirOan, die 42xl.Vt, trt
truiel in the hiKhet t le of the rt. Itrl.il
.rire of, which U A, anil oopy of ibe tollow
iDif beauiilul porm Ue. riili of Hie rtimnto, in
Jfifant illinuiDmte.1 colur fr fnuuinK-
Ayj hut -nit, p'KJ wile, a inlmitr.
1 have flr-t a wor l to avf
I n vim kunw rhut t iluv i .'
.Violhrr, 'm our wwldin? laj :
lost iu now, we t at mtit
hen the ituen'n h-l X ue a wav ;
Von ,nt tiiat iile. I sat thia !.',
orty year's uet t-laj !
Tli-n what Jilati We Inhl tunoiht-r;
VVhat lirave lliinirt I mewut ti 'I '
Couht weilraiu to-ilaT Wiaiht Inul 114
At thi tMe roe aal ou;
Krtterao, no ilnni.t and yet I
fliii-tiiiie think I cannot tell
Ha t our hoy ah, in ! 1 know, ka: i
Uj, He iloeth all tbisga wall.
Well a-e've haJ our Joyn an1 -rr'w.,
Siun-U our un ira a" toll t r-;
Awl-iiK lrt 01 all I've ha ur
Eaitlilul luie fur fort y;eai!
Vtyir we've been, but not forsaken 1
tJtiif ',? known, hut never thaa.
Kait.-r fvr Thy tinlle mercie.
r-till we LiIma Ihy lioiveame:
to nikke iiiiid
e ill tv vou
lrve null cj.nifr.i..
ion ari'l pive jou etciutive tf-nlory. .euil
u one Uollar, avoid linnrce-aiy orrei.iuii.
Ucre, rwei ve your territory, anl nj t j am k at
ouce. I pon rtoijit of which we will furwaru
'ent' oii-tit. certifl -a!e of agency, etc. i
nien "i- 1 rent, none fr.
A Mir, The Trenaure PabLishiatr Co,
X. .Mf.L.r strct,.Vew YoilJ
LlUt OK lr.Al.KSt-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WaoleaaJe an4 Ketail !-',. t.
W I .M1S OF A la Is KIXIJ.H,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSB.. PMTTH CO. have lonaUoUf
S laxK stock ot the (rood - iu Uie ni
ket, m riTeeariMrial attenuon to Ihe Lblal
ranch of the huaineaa
ohlulnci), on me
rhan 11 al devn
rr.rihcal r other
Labels. Cavt-iU, Alrnnienti, Ir.lerr.rarn.f ,
etc., ron.pUy atlcii'lt-a to. Inrtbtioo. that
1 'Hi e, e may
"OU, IB luont
aM:i, be ae
cured by ..
kite the I'atem urli'- wrcan male c.,w r .rr h
e, auil w ure paur.t- more iron;pt:y an1 with
tiromler claiiu than Uooe w ho are jen.ote rr lu
tion fr.eof. har "si to ttentabiljty
All corron li ntlut iitial .ine.
Trice. ,w. A Allot, LNLLsi
P.V1 KM' IS Hkv .
IVe rcl-r Wol!icia. Sent ofli. e, and to
inventor in evei y bhiiew tne I'nion AJ.iii..
t;. A. k.VnH A ( o.
OiiiiOk I'aU iil Ollice, Washiunton, I.C".
f'onurntitlon, that wourK f humanity, in
the xreat lread ot the human family, iu all civil
I fi-el contl li nt that I am in oiieaion of the
only ure, lulallible reiuely now known to
the .r'.f-.ion for tha Uy, poaitive cur ol
that Ureal ilivea, and iia unwelcome cuocom.
iunu, viz t ( alarrh, Atbma, JtrouchitU, Ner
viru lietilitv, eU:., etc. I aiu old fogy. 1 be.
lieve in medicine. 1 wenty-eiifht year ei
rieuee at a huny ractilioner in ths l t con
tunition hoiitaU in theoli and new world,
h.m tuuKht rue the value of )rojer uu-dica ti"U
lMth local anil conatitulional in the cur" of thi.
freateiitmyofourrace. 1 have found it. Hut
am diKrett.intf. 1 tartel aut to .ay to thore
utlerin with consumption or any of the above
maU'lim, that by a'lilmi ng me, giving svmp
totiis, they ahall le put in po.v..ioi, of thi
Jrreat boon, without tharire, and abiill iiava the
x-nelli of my experience iu thousunJ of case
auccetfcliiDy treated. Full particular, diiec
tions for priaration and uh, and advice and
iii.tructiona for succetaful trealuient at your
own home, will be received by ou by return
mail, free ol t harite, by addrrinK
I'K. JOHN h. bl UVElT,
willy I U7 Jefleinon streei, Iiuiville, Ky
ARE PAID sis
dWUed in line of duty, if by
a e ei d e r. t or othcrwu. A
WUI .0 of any kind, tha
lot a S-'taarer or To, or
the lo't of ul;f. a HI "IS
Tl Itflf but .lifc-ht, give
peu.iuu. Iiucua of LualgS
11 arleuae kiv a
pcuoa. Ii O U M '' II
diu.kr(d for wound, injuries
or rupmrt, you jet full boun
ty. C4-S. i.J a atamp for
tupy tl t'en.ioa and fcouniy
Ai.lt. Atidrett all letter l
U.b. CUiui ftBt.ladlssa
olil. ind. ttar Oa all leueiS
'aiMkf. O. ho 04tw
Reccommended by GENERAL PLEASANTON
I" or the cure of large ot 1I KAbKS. A No tued lor Sflmulattmr Vcsr tuticii
V bsve Id stock a jrood ut,ply, sod sit furnish lU'hM to noy destrc J Jl
tLCD,loii', aotl st ( that "ill not jutily tlio-e Id vnhl In
iiidiinr to other iniiil 1.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
-WA AWARii:n run-
By the .lnror and f omiu-litnt-M of t!,e '
Coatoaaial ZntornatlcnAl HTzhibition.
A the lle.t lllnriiifcatina; i', l.r lt esu-tor litary merit-of Sjlrtr gr..J liiiii ar
II. A INK was aKo swrdcl a tiolJ Meelai at the 1'ittid.urvb K rCiti"n ; -jiil j
adopted, afur a thorough Kit Iflillc so l .ra. Ucsl tl, by tLe
I'MTFD STATFs t'OVKRNMKNT LKiHT-lKiL K Dtl'A IITMKM .
And lecc.cd s hu'b comuiernlutlori lrom the Host! f-f t'n:td Stult Itatuboat In -r.ee-tort,
Waeliiiigton, I). ('.
lu-iirsnce ('oiiij'M.itK rate f I.A1NK the uti.p at s lis il.k.
tLAlNi: . ntd on uiany ol ibr i:aiiri.rjrtreet Csr r.d liotU ol the tour.ti
aud liiati'iirattil utipenor to titj otLirtlllii Ihe n.aik' t.
Can he need In any lamp.
OUIrLK KKO.M TUK T K A 1 1 K Mjl.U IIFD.
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing tho
Of Goods saved from tho lato firo' by
Will be sold within next the Thirty Day9 at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
English Brussels, Three l"Iy sn.l Ingrain
lso. Stair C.'arpet,A'elvet Kuks, Crumb
Cloth, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
st the OIJ I'lure
112 FULTOW ST.. NEW YORK
Carpet carefully psiket and ent to so
psrt of the Lulled Mates tree ol charge.
rcrsEND ron price list.
J A. BEND ALL
Mo SO Ohio LYe.
! FIRE ! FIRE !
O. D WILLIAMSON,
AnJ Itealer in
H. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
SPEC. AX att.ntioi Blviui tACOasirnmcBts sa1
W. II. MABEAN.M.D.
RomceopiUuc ftjsici.& ::i Surge&n
i (Ir, llrlgham SuiCMr.)
Offloe 136 Commercial Ave.
Sueelar attsntloB gifen'ts the' trcatmea
Chronic lii.case sua aieases i.etulir ,tg