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Tt new rulo In proportlou : A 8 Is
to 7,wli4 to 3.
Jo M. Put" mj ttitt IIitx lias
not oftertd blui place ou hl Southern
commission! - ''
Titt Missouri legislature has flxd Hie
appropriation lor tlie three normal
schools of the state at seten thousuiul,
Are hniklred dollars a piece.
Z Mi. Watkin's resolutions upon the Im
proreinent of the UUi-lpi rirer parsed
by the Illinois hoiue March 1st, were
unanimous adopted by the senate on
Pmmldkm Seel ye, of Amherst Col
lege, who served last session In congress,
baa thrown his salary for his public ser
vices Into tha street that Is, he has
spent it in laying sidewalks in the town
Tn name of the Foundry Methodist
Episcopal.. ? church which Presi
dent Hayes attends is suggestive ot caste.
Aeo York Adveriir.
The Adctrturr't remark saror ot
Thk commls-lon to visit Lottlslnua n
now full and is composed of Judge Law
rence of Illinois ; Ex-GoTernor Brown, of
Tennessee ; Gen. ilawley ol Connecti
cut; Gen. Harlan of Kentucky; and
Wayne McVeigh of Pennsylvania.
Thk Massachusetts senate has parsed
a resolution providing for an amend
ment to the constitution eiving the right
of suffrage to womt n. The majority
was small, bnt enough is as good as a
feaat to the goffraeisis. and they are con
Odent that the ho-ue will follow the ex
ample ol the senate.
It is explained that the delay iu the or
ganization of the Southern commission
("wholly due to the tact that several
gentlemen who were wanted to serve
upon it were un.-vblc to do so on account
of their healUi, or the pressing nature ot
their private business,'' Vice-President
Wheeler is one of the gentlem'ii whose
health will not permit him to make a
Y'uit South at this time.
CaiMBEiLaix, it appears. Is in a very
subdued and pliable state of mind. He
has already informed his friend In Wash
ington that it he finds, on consultation
with the president that the latter thinks
he ought to vacate bis office, and will say
so in wnang, he will abide by and follow
this adriee, though he is positive that
after be has talked with Hayes, no
such advic will be given.
A lady living at Columbus, Ohio, rec
ceutly took oat sixty -four policies in the
"Ohio Mutual Relief Association" on the
Uvea of ill, aged and infirm persona who
had no knowledge or connection with the
affair in any way. The policies cost
about twelve hundred dollars, and the
woman states that she made the Invest
ment by the advice of the wife of the
company 'a agent. The policies passed
through the usul forms at the home
office, and the agent was in daily com
munication with the officers ot the com
pany. These ficts came out on a suit
instituted by the lady for the recovery of
htr money. The supreme court of the
state has revoked the charter and with
drawn all the corporate rights ol this
model "relief association."
Tub municipal canvass lu St. Louis
grows hot as the day or election ap
proaches. The regular conventions of
the Democratic and Republican parties
have endorsed Mr. Overstolz as the head
of the city ticket. Mr. N. C. Hudson U
Is also a candidate for mayor. This U ail
that any person except a St. Loulsan can
understand of the municipal muddle lu
tnat city. The rest Is alabarynthlan mys
tery of which the Republican sayi : Out
siders are still endeavoring to analyze the
ticket and politics of our municipal con
test. It is of no use. We advUe
them to give It up. They
caunot understand the mat
ter, and they seed not try. The only
thing straight and Intelligible in the busi
ness U the Democratic ticket ; that is com
prehensible. But beyond It all Is dis
tracting confusion. For Instance, there
Is a straight Republican ticket, all except
tha head, which is Democratic ; and there
Is a third ticket with a straight Republi
can bead and a half-and-half body. This
is the outline of the position. The de
tails are o bewildering and contradic
tory th.t they cannot be described and
11 they could be, no outsider would un
Th Chicago JW Washington cor
respondent glv the details ot a "plan
of adjustment" of the South Carolina
difficulty said to be agreed upon in Co
lumbia: "Private advices received here
to-day from Columbia" say i the disrate h.
''say that the plan of adjustment tor the
ooutti Carolina case is about arranged,
and will be perfected la a few da vs.
Upon a careful examination it has been
ascertained that the returns, ; includ
ing those of Laurens and Edge
field, show that Hampton received
a majority of the votea cast, but
they also show that the Republicans
ot th legislator hare a majority of
even on a Joint ballot. Up to the pres
ent Om, H seems, Hampton eashada
legal quorum in tb bouse, and Cham
berlain a Quorum In the senate, but ncl th
cr baa had a legal legislature tine the
controversy began. TU : plan of adj ust,
ment appears to be the assembling of the
legally elected members of both bodies.
The repnMlcaai, having a majority, will
! KJtiUOia to U aena. but
Ham t tOB wdl be recognised as governor,
and Um officers under him will remain
permauooUr in power. The troops
will to withdrawn as soon as the bargdn
One of the first excursion parties that
will leave New York for Europe this
season will be a party ot ladles who go to
the Old World on a "study tour" The
class goes out under the' care of Dr.
Ebell of the International Academy, at the
Cooper Union, Xew York, and at Her
lin, Oermauy. The plan ol travel env
braces "a thorough system of object
study ol nature, art and
historr." The Dartv will
proceed direct from New York to Ber
lin, where some time will b spent In a
crstpna oi nrenaratlon for the full euioVt
ment and profit ol the tour. The pre para
tory course, as it may be called, includes a
historical review of the places of Interest
connected with every st p ot the tour
the castle of the Rhine, the glaciers of
Switzerland, the art galleries of Italy, and
kll the wonders and relics of
the Old World; a course of lec
turcs and instructions given to the class
in the museum 9 and cabinets of the Ber
lin University by the? professors and the
curators of the cabinets ; and a special
course of instruction in free hand draw
ing and the principles of art critlcim,
with special reference to practical use
during the subsequent route of travel.
The ladies are eipected to do no shop
ping during the excursion, and each Is
allowed one trunk and a valise to
Berlin. Traveling and hotel accommo
dations, care of bapgage, etc., etc., are
la charge of a competent person. So
gentlemen are permitted to Join .the
party as members ot the class.
Miss Alta M. Ilulelt was only twen
ty-two years of age.
Miss Emma Abbot, the singer, it is
said, has six or seven birth places.
Miss Alcott's "Rose la Bloom" has
been translated into French and printed
Phoebe C'ozzcns. it I suld, would
take the St. Louis po?t office It she could
The Rev. Phoebe Il.inaford has been
called to a new charge and has a phrenol.
oght's certificate that she Is competent to
Secretary Schur." family, consisting
of two daughters and two sons, one of
the latter only fifteen month old, have
taking up their residence in Washington
Stanley was at Ujijl, in Africa, last
August, froin whence he wrote a letter
to the New" York KeoIi, which U Just
published, and which contains a minute
account of his travels and explorations
up and down the Lukaga river.
Hayes wears paper collars aud the.
Philadelphia Timet says that he can"neve ?
rie to the broad and lotty plaue of states
manship. A paper collar is not compati
ble with great thoughts or with great
Uon William II. Vau Epps,of Dixon
formerly President of the Illinois State
Agricultural Board, and a member of the
Illinois Branch of the Centennial Board of
Finance, has been adjudged insane and
taken to the asylum at Elgin.
ToJoraphy baa hen Introduced loco
the sehool for the blind, at Nashville, as
The names oi congressmen who en
deavored to defeat Hayes by tilibu s'ering
nave necn nanusomeiy lithographed,
with aae simile ot the signatures. The
card bears the legend, "When frand is
law, filibustering i patriotism."
A young German while lying asleep
In a brewery in Xew York city en last
Friday evening, bad bis clothing saturat
ed with kerosene by some unknown per
son ana men set on nre. lie was burned
to a crisp, and died at five o'clock the
The Indian bureau has sent out
advertisements to a number ot Western
newspapers. Inviting proposals for fur
nishing 500,003 pounds of flour for agen
cies on the Missouri river. The bids
will be opened at Sioux City on the 1 1th
At a late sale of rare books In New
York city, the volume that brought the
highest price was "Peter's General Ilia
tery of Connecticut," publuhed in Lon
don In 1781. The leaves were uncut.
The book was purchased lor one hundred
and fifteen dollars for Mr. Asay of Chi
cago. By a singular coincidence a letter writ
ten by John D. Lee, atter his conviction
and addressed to one ot his numerous
wives reached the dead letter olllce on
the day and near the hour of his execu
tion at Mountain Meadows. The letter
had failed to reach Its destination through
misdirection, and was forwarded to the
right address by the post ofllee depart
ment on the day it was received.
A New York letter says that this will
unquestionably je a black year In lite In
unmet, i um companies are an experienc
ing the eflect ot the panic caused by the
ueveiouinenu oi me .past year. One ot
the most popular companies reports more
cases of policies than atanv other rwrirxl
In the company's'history, and the reports
irora its oesi agencies are ETOwlnrr worse
ana worse every .montn.
The First of these Twain Un
bosoms Himself to a
Hayes Appears to Have Given No
Promises and is Pledged to
Copies of the Much-Talked About
Cleveland. ).. March ou 'il, it.
view Of FOHtOria. Ohio, tkmnrrnw uill
coutaln the following interview with
tlin 4 'hala LVkIa. .
Kenorter Have rnu anvthtn tr itmt n
vmm mmj ici-uiT-i u uw auegttu contract
between yourself and Stanley Matthews
on the one part and certaia Southern gen
tlemea on tin other.
Mr. Foster So far ak an nni.truot l
concerned there is nothing ol It. Lur-
ug ww nou nours oi me count Under
the electoral bill several southern gen
tlemen Who war onnnalnir ll. HIIKu.
'k t?i"tme,t wer olleRoiu that they
oaunine assurance from
:ZT, M 10 ?u wutbern policy. An In-
wnr,l D,f ,WM "iretf. t Which
were present at friends of Hayes. Messrs.
SlMraM, Garuaw, MaubeSi Q
The object of tha meeting was simply
to arrive at a better understanding in re
gard to tne policy ot tne incoming ad
ministration. They on tbeir part did not
claim tlint tne assurances tney asked lor
were to determine their action as to the
cartying out of the provisions ol the dec-
tonal bill, but that tney acMreil them as
a guarantee to their people; that thry
acted in good latin to this end. and de
sired that Haves give to them only surh
guarantees as lie had already given to his
own n lends, in reply it was stated ry
us that it would be Improper and Indeli
rate at this time for llnves to give any a
-uranccs foreshadowing his poller, but
that we felt fully justified li statin;
irom our Knowledge of the views and in
tentions of Governor Hates that his
policy would be to favor local self-gov
ernment and home rule in the South.
Reporter You did not rive any a
"iirances as coming from Governor
Mr. Foster Not dlrectlv : or as to
them we simply stated our belief as to
his course based unon communi
cations from and ronver;at:ous with
Rejorter Was any assurance given as
to the immediate or the unconditional
withdrawal of troops from the South
Mr. Foster Whatever niny have been
said with regard to the w ithdrawal of the
troops was simply in the nature of n be
lief that such would be the result of the
policy which we believed tho president
Reporter You say that there was no
written compact entered into V
Mr. Foster There was no written
compact entered into and all the allega
tions to this eflect. so tar as I have miy
knowledge, are the merest moonshine. "
Reporter I see it stated that a compact
was sent to Hayes and that be approved
It. Have you any knowledge of nnv
air. r ot'.T X here hting no such com
pact it is simply impossible that Hayes
should approve or disapprove of it; at
least 1 know nothing of such a thing.
Reporter I understand then that this
meeting was merely an linformal one in
which yourself and others, as friends, or
in some degrees confidants jf president
Hayes, made representations to the South
ern gentleman as to the pacitic intentions
ot the incoming administration toward
their section; that these representations
were based on verbal and written com
munications you had with Governor
Hayes, but were not repajded in the na
ture of a compact to which he was
Mr. Fester Exactly; we had no au
thority to make a compart tiriilinr (jov
ernor Hayes and we distinctly stated the
Impropriety ana indelicacy of making
such a compact at time n nder
Reporter hat about the letter writ
ten to John Young brown mid Sen
ator Gordon by Matthews and your
Mr. t osWT Hut letter was the result
of a conversation I had with Biown in
which he asked tor written assurance for
bU future justification, lie distinctly
stated that he did not ask this as a condi
tion of carrying out the provisions of tho
electoral bill ; that he regarded that as a
matter of personal honor and that no
power could coerce him to d otherwise
than faithlully stand by the provisions ot
the bill. He asked that the paper be
signed by Matthews and myself and be
addressed to him aud Senator Gordon. I
expressed a willingness to accede to his
wishes and the paper was prepared,
signed and delivered. I have no recollec
lion of having any conversation with
Senator Gordon on the subject ot writ
ing this letter.
Reporter What was the nature ol that
Mr. Foiter It was a statement by Mr.
Matthews and myselt as to what we be
lieved would be the policy ot President
Hayes in dealing with the Southern ques
tion. It Mitolnift rmthin? more than
was contained iu tuy speech on the sub
ject. We did not retain a copy of the
letter and cannot stive its exact con
tents. Reporter What is your opinion as to
the object ot the publication ot fulne re
ports regarding this matter?
Mr. Foster Its object is evidently to
weaken and cripple ihe administration n
dealing with tint. Southern question and
to disaflect Southern men who are work
lug in good faith to uphold and sustain
COPIES OF 1 HE 1.ETTEIH.
House of Representative-, i
Washington, 1, C, Feb. 20, 1S77. j
Gkxtlemev : Ret erring to the con
versation had with you yeaterd iy in
which Governor Haven' policy as to the
statutes ot certain states was discussed
we desire to say in reply that we can as
sure you in the strongest possible man
ner of our great desire to have adopted
such a policy as will give to the eople
of the states of South Carolina and
Louisiana the right to control their own
all'airs in their own way and to say fur
ther that we feel authorize! from an ac
quaintance with and knowledge of Gov
ernor Hayes and his views on this ques
tion ti pledge ourselves to you for him
that such will be his policy.
ClUKLES 1 OS I Eli.
THE AMENDED I.ETTEK.
Washington, Feb. 27, 1S77.
To Unit. John Young fiioa-u and lion, Jno.
Gentlemen: Referring to the conver
sation I had with you yesterday in whic h
Gov. Hayes' policv as to the status ot
certain Southern states was discussed,
we desire to say that we can assure you
in the shorten possible manner of our
great desire to have Mm adopt such a
policy as will give to the people ot the
States ot South Carolina and Louisiana
the right to control their own affairs in
their own way, subject only to the con
stitution of the United States and to
the laws made in pursuance thereof, and
to say further that from an acguaintance
with and knowledge ot Gov. Hayes and
bis views we have the " most complete
confidence that such M ill be the policy
ot his administrstion.
Stanley Mat iuews,
, . Chas. Foster,
follon. S.B. Gordon and Hon. John
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAX AND BEAST
I IUd UrHl Old
Which haa stood tha teat of 4C
There la no sore it will not Heal
no Lameness it willnotCure.no
Ache, no Fin, that Afflicts the fau
man body-or the body of a Home
or other Domestio animal, that
loes not yield to its magio touch.
A bottle coatinf aso., 60o. or SI
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
usefulness Many a Valuable
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TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Down go tho Prices of
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
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Ever drought to Cairo. The jrnod are pnrrhaf J l.y Mr. Farnhaker w ho roiides in
New York, RD'I tuke bis lime in xrlertint and tniyinir ju-t v hat tt)p market
needs end at prires to suit the times. You will do well by calling
ou us, to Jook at our good and prices. Wc mske
A Specialty of Gents'
stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
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To every reader of this ftnperwho -end- us this
certificate and 1 we will forward, lor one year.
ine ipwure." a IBAKQilceiit J I luslrntea
Monthly Journal and Huunekeeper't iln-ane,
and one copy of our new and elegant premium
"ASKING A BLESSING,"
A maMerf iece of the Ihji-tldorf acbnol tf irtnre
paintiop, by I'rof. Jordan, tirt 2uJxl.V... ex
ecuted in tha highest style of the aft. Ketail
price of, whicu is and a copy of the lollow
ing beautiful poem descriptive of the chrotuo, in
t'kyant illuminated colors for framing.
An but wait, Kood wile, a minute;
1 huve first a word toy;
Vo you know what to iUj- in?
Mother, ' lis our wedding tiny!
Ju-t aa onw, we sat at sjper
when thea-uests had gone away;
You Lat that side, I sat this siile,
Forty years ago to-day !
1'lien what plan- we laid together;
What brave things 1 meant to do!
C'ouM we 1 ream to-ilaT would Unit us
At thu tuble me and You.'
better so, no doubt and yet I
"onietime think I cannot tell
lUil our boy ah, yes! I know, deal ;
Yes, lie dueth all Inu g well.
Well we've had our joys and sorrows,
Shared our -mile- ui wt-Uaa tear;
And the lat of all I've had your
Faithful love for forty years!
I'oor we've been, but lot forsaken :
Grief we've known, but newer shua.e
Father for Thy tnHlens mercies
Miu we uiass lny lioiy name:
Tais is a rare cliunee
fot you to make mon
y We will pay you
large oaoii commis
sions and irive you eiclttsne territory, frend
us one dollar, avoid unn--enry coirepm-d-nce,
receive your territory, and fro to work at
once. I pon receipt of which we will forward
agent's outiit, certificate of agency, etc. Speci
men copies lo cents, none fp-e.
Addreii Tha Treasure Publiahl&ft Co,
So. 4 Cedar Street, New YoikJ
FOKTY VK.Ut lil.Koi.r 1 tlE n KMC.
DR. C. M 9 LANE'S
Cttt l; KATE 1
Ilq.vititii (v I.iv-jj- Complaint,
fcYsrEUU A SI, - IK HEALAClIt.
S)rnptomi of a Diseased Liver.
1J AIX in the ri.vLt side, under the
cdeof the rib-., increases on prcs
turc; sometimes u.e pain b in the left
side; the patient i-; rarely able to lie
.on the left side ; sometimes the pain
ii felt under the -houlder-Lbde, and
it frequently extent! .; to the top of
the shoulder, ai d is r rr.etimes mis
taken for a rhvi i; ..': n in the arm.
The stomat li n v .1 with loss of
appetite and -i- l.i i- ; rl.c bowels in
general are cc ... oi..-..timcs alter
native with l. : : . i-ci istroubled
viihpain,r"r.,i, , i. d wiihadull,
he.'ivy ai.;-. ti..i- n..: r..t k part.
'1 hereisjvt ....... m, ider.ibleloss
ofintiiioi') ,r. , :. ... ,i. .j witliapain-
hil ren.-::'.ti-in u i..,,r. l.u undone
soiiiethin 1 i; 'a , , ht to have beep
i!ore. A ! ;;i'i,i :y coi-h k iomc
tiii.ts an aiieno. nt. 'J iic patient
t ompiai:is ol" w. ji i;: kaJ debility ;
he i-: family ..!:-."!(!, his u.tt ate told
or biiiiuii', anl 1 i (j.iipluius of a
pri. kly sei.- . n of the -Jiiu ; h
spirits are l.w : . , d lihouf,h he h
sati ii--d th.,1 i.:-.u. i o would le Ix-ne
fi(ial to Mm, jet hv can scarcely
yimmoni;p loi t..i;.!c enough to try
it. In fa-t, he !i .trusts every rem
eily. Sevi-ral of liie above symp
toms attend tl.e i!; l,ut cases
havetKTurr. ii ! ,-(,. f, w f thern ex
ited, et ex...,.'... iioii of the Lody,
after tleaili, h;,, !,own the mvfr to
have ken t-Mt-i:. -,Ly deranged.
aci;i: A.i) i'i;vi;r.
1"'. ' . M'.l..L's J.IM.K PJLL5,
INCA.-I ,. I. .",.i IU 1.K, "A lit I)
tai:en . n!. i Miji,;,-, -( ;te findut:tie
ot the n. ; 1 1. 4,,, w Xo better
tatiu.fur t;.j, c t, -d, preparatory
to, r r t.;kiiijj (Jitiiiine. We
would a!,; ,. an v.1io are afflicted
vita th;, ('.;M-.sf. to give them a
AIK li l.u.
1 ,r Piliu-i dirangements, and
as a simp,, purc-uivo, thty are tin
lauded. "KWAHK OK IMITATIOAS.
''he 'enuine Dk. C. H Lane's
LiM.k IJ;i.is.are never sugar coated.
Lwry U,x pas a red wax seal on
lid. i:h the i.prca-Jon Du.
.M' j n ( h pii.i.' ,
'Ihe genuine M' Lane's Livih
1j:i.l-. Uar the signatures of C.
J L .m: ji.il J ei'mino Lkos. on the
In: i.- t on j our druggist or
storekeeper t ii") yott the genuine
1. C. M. L.'.nl's Liver Tieu, pre
pared by I h-.nint; Urus., Pittsburgh,
!H,ld iy all rebpoi lible dnijgists
and tountry storekeepers generally.
lo iho. ,a giv Ea. C. MrEaMa's
l ivm rim t iiui, w Al ma.l ut aid to any
part J tln Lfc.ica hiai, CM Uta -f J-Ju M
t.culy t,t t.ri,
1 ELMlNti EKOS.. i'lttiburfh. Pa.
Furnishing Goods and
Mark These Facts.
The Ttsiiraouy m the Whnle World.
HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
"I had no appetite Hulloway's I'iHsjayr ine
a hearty one."
Your fills are nmrveloua."
I send for another box, and keep them in the
lr. Holloway has cured my headache thut
"I gave one ot your Pills to my halie tor chol
era morbus. The dear little thmg ifnt Hell lu a
My nnwei f.f a mornlni is nw rured-"
'our box of llullowsy's Ointiiiert cured tne
of noises in the head. I ruhhetl some if your
Ointment txihind tlit enrs, and thenol-eluts ien."
"rend me two boxe; 1 waut one for a Door
"I enclose a dollar; your price i- i". cent, hut
the lfkMllclllP l.t I, ,9 i W.rt H ilnilu. '
"6nd metivc loes of jour fills."
"Eet me have three box. s of your fills hy r--trfrn
mail, for hills and Kever "
1 baveoverioo such tftiiunUls a-tvsc, but
want of apace cun.ii.-li me to conclude.
For Cutanoous Disorder '
And ull eruption of the skin, J'he oii,liu.'nt is
luoit invaluahle. It does not hcul externally
alone, but jcnttrates with the most atmrihinK
effeets to th- Tery pkiI of the evil.
Invariahly cure the fullowinK diseases
Disorder of tho Kidneys.
In all diseases afl'ecting these or,:ar.. Uether
they secrete too much or too litUe water; or
whether they 1 alUicle.1 with stone or (Travel, or
with aches ami pains M-lUe.1 in the loins oyer tha
rop-icns of the kxlueys. theee f lilt should be ta
ken accordinK o th printed directions, ami tt
Ointrrw-nt should he wKll rubliexl Into the small ot
tiie back at bed lime. This treatment will give
almoit iiumediaie relief hen all other neans
For Stomachs Out of. Order.
No medicine will so eflo tuMly ini nne the
tone ot'theatumach as these fills; they remove
all acidity oxaeioncd either by intemperance or
improper diet. 1 bey reach the liver and redure
It 1 1 1 M tttV al.r.r , li .. t H t . I ..
: ; , " i ... V miv nuniit:iiUiiirUIC.
clous in cases of pmra in fact they never tail in
miniiv .11 .11 i. l - . . - i . . . . .
. . ? . ,i,e utrranu sioiuacn.
1 IiUjiU' V' ilin.i,.i . i '-
the world for the following diseases i Ague
Asthma, Hi lions Complaints, Blotches on the
bkin, Itowels. Consumption, DebilitT, Dropsy,
. njreiao, teiuaie jrrevuiarities
revers of all kinds, iU. (.jut, H(svda he, Indi-
-..v.., iuuiuiiiuufint .iaii..ritce, Liver com
plaint), Lumbago, filea. Hiieurnatism t.',on.
uon nf urine, scrofula or King i Evil, aore
Ihroats, Stone and .rael '1'ioLlouloureux
T umnp. ri.uM V, r .... . ..r . II .... . '
. -, w i , wiuia ,j, mi, ami, neaaneas
Irom any cause, etc.
None ant genuine unless the signature cf 3
llaydock, aa ageat tut the Lnited Ktutes, sur
rounds each box of fills, and Ointment. A
handsome reward will lie given to any one ren
dering such information aa may lead to the
detection of any party or parties eounterlcitii.g
tb medicines or vending the suine, knowing
them to be spurious,
. hold at the msnu'actory cf professor Hoi..
LOWAY A Co. , New Vork, and by all rt-spectable
druggists and dealers in medicine throughout
the civilized world, in boxes at cents, w
cents and H eo. h.
t f 1 here is considerable saving by taking. tne
N. B.Di nation s for the iruidance of funiculi
in every disorh rare aihued to ea h box
Office, 112 1 iberty Et., Now York
h:i ::: Commercial College
St. Louis, Mo.
IHOS. A. KICZ, A. M. 1. 1. B., )
TAB. BICE, A. M., I I'l incitmls
J. H. HTKWOOD, J
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP $81 00
MOSI Comjdete. Thorough and Practica
coursa 01 i-tudy in the L'nitel .States a
eourse Indispensible to every young rnun em
barking Oh tilt aca of life.
For Illuitrted Circular,
THOS. A. HIC'L", A. Id., L. L. II..
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
aooflng and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
' any part of Southern Xllinola. .
Lightning Rods, Fumpt, Stoyee
JolfcU K PrmVtlT Vmmm.
. tmnt da aay
Lf II llln. yuu tiUtilia SUil 'U M.I.11T uv
at. Advertls"; St TuLlV Co.. 81 Lc. i.M
lis mimncNUi pot
Heccommendcd by GENERAL PLEASANTON
Kor the cure of a large )a of OISKAMC9. A1m l. d lor Sllmulatinif egelallon
e have lu stock a good supply, and ran turtiMi lights to anv de-in d di
mensions, and at pricea that will not juMily those in w atit In
ending to ot bar market.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AWAUUKD THK-
. FIRST PREMIUM
By the Jurors and f oiumi.ionets of tin
Centennial Intern atlcnal Exhibition.
As the Best lUumicatinj- Oi', lor its extraor linary merits of e-alety and trill. r.
ELAliiK was al,o awarded a jold M.-lal ut Ibc rttt-Lurk;li J.x-cMt!..n ; and Wjt
adoj.tcd, after u thorough ri htilio and j ractici.1 te-t, y tLi!
U.M Ii:i STATE'S liOVEHNM ENT I. IH'i'-llOL'.-E DKl'Akl MENT.
Aud received a UmIi comiiu ndatlon Irom the Boaid ol Etiited State SleatiiUoat lb"j,er.
tors, "Arlington, I). C.
Insurance ( ' ii...inita rule l.EAINE the saine u a (tat jink .
ELAINE ii un'il en many ol thf Railroads, Street tars si.d Hotel of the toaUr
and inaugurated superior to tiny otlirr ol! in the marL'-t.
Can be used lo stiy lstn;.
OKDKK-i HIOM 'I UK THA 1V. fUI.I NEI.
FIRE ! FIRE ! F1EE !
WATER! WATER! WATER!
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Trunks, Valises, Etc., Etc., Embracing the
Of Goods saved from tho lato firo by
Will bo sold within noxt the Thirty Days at a
Come One Come all to 61 OHIO LEVEE.
English BruHnels. Three My and Ingrain
also. Malr tarpfts.Velvet Itugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very cheap
at the Old Mace
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YORK
Carpets carefully packer and tent to an
part ol the United Mates tree otcharge.
n-SEND TOR PRICE LIST."r
J A. BENDALL
No 0 Ohio Ebtm,
O. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
1U. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
OPEC. AL attantioi rlvn tficoatlgnaucui aad
--r uiiiiui U I' ir I .
1 !!!- -
W. II. MABEAN, M. D.
BszncDopii&Ic Ajsician ill Snrj:o:
()r. Brig ham Successor. )
Offlc 13a Commeroial Ave.
x-l-lia Cairo, Illinois.
Special atieation given to Ui' trcaimea
Cbrooic Il.as aua diseasv .ueotiliai .la