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Rct J. L. SpaMlnjr of the CaUio
lie church, will Ihla mouth be consecrat
tJ Bishop of Teoria, Illluol., by Cardl
nal McClot Vr) at St. ralricH' Cathedral,
Xeir VorV. Tbf new rv i w;t ufl from
tb charjrt of Mi-hop Foley ot
I'M New Vork Senate, r lo
dlacumlonhu pawed a bill providing
hafContractior obligations hereafter
inadeor entered luto by a married
woman (except between beraelt and lier
husband, aud except, also, contracts oi
suretyship for her husband lu writing)
shall be as ralid lor all purposes as ii sbe
were unmarried, and may be enforced as
if the were single."
Bismarck las resigned the cuaueellor
eiiipof the German Empire, and the in
telligence, the cable tells us, bai occa
sioned immense excitement. Troubles
between Bismarck and Geo. Vorutorch,
the head of tbe admiraUry, and a knowl
tdfe that bit popularity has waned rap
idly Induced the resignation. The crown
prince has endcafored to induce him to
withdraw it. Emoeror William has de-
dined to accept it, acknowledging at the
same time, in the most gracious terms.
Bismarck's yreat services and the coun
try ' need for their continuance. The
emperor hai, however.ranted him a
year's Jeare ot absence, of which the
prince will shortly avail himolf, to re
criyt his heal tin.
The Louisiana house ot repivseitu
tions "rpffardiu the ojeiih) of the
Mississippi Kner, with a deep and per
manent oiulet to ib Gull ot Mexico,
through BaraUria Bay, as a matter ol
great importance to not only the city ot
New Orleans and the rte ol Louisiana,
bai to the whole Union ;i wo!! as the
toiutuereul iiifre ts ot all dvili.itioii"
has passed a resolution urjcutly request
ing "the Conres of ttie United Slates,
at its earliest passible moment, to jrraiit
such charter or other IcMaiio't a may
be ncceary to enable the Darataria
Canal Company to plaoe this rvat enter
prise properly belore the capitalist el the
the world," and a further resolution
that no mbiidj" of any kind trow either
state or national lexislatare is desired .
Tut member ot the bar in Utucagu
at a lasetuur a tew days ago. called to
commemorate the death of Mia ilulelt.
passed the folio wiu resolution:
MJ?e.e.W. That although the Ici'al
prolewion has hitherto been almost, it
not altef ether, considered as exclusively
lor men U practice, yet we ireely recoff
uize Miss llubtts riyht to adopt it aa her
pursuit lu hie, aud cheertully bear testi
mony to the fact that iu her practice the
never demeaned her sell in any way un
becoming a woman. She was always
true to her client and their interests.
but she was equally true to her sex
aud her duty; and it women who now are
or hereafter snail become, members 01
ourjy-ofessi on shall be equally true. Its
woman be in the least diminished by
. tneir memoersnip.
AX AlaEBTIOX A5tD IIS PStOOF,
The Assertion. These are wonder-
oai times In the history of our country.
and wondrous are tbe performances of
fbo men who are the leading actors in
The Pboo. The condition of afT.irs
k' the South excites surprise and atou-
lefusient la the salads of every one who
bservet U with any care whatever
. At the late electiuu of the president the
u.o,t profound pace existed In every state
autb of the il. and D. line ; and. In the
canvass that preceded the election, In
that taction of the country there were no
tight that resulted from partisan pas
sion. So profound was the peaco there
existlnr, that Mr. Chandler, chair
man ot the national Republican com
mittee, in an address issued only
a day or two belore theVlection, declared
that in those sUteathe ballot would not
be violently controlled. Pointing to
t iorlda, he said in substauce: "In this
state the election; will be, beyond all
doubt, lairly conducted. The officers of
election are all Republicans, and all the
leople are quiet and well disposed. The
spirit of intimidation does not exist in
Florida." After the election, Mr. Chand
ler claimed that 'in Florida as well aa in
Louisiana, tlie election had been carried
for Mr. Tllden by violence and lraud.
All the Republicans applauded the declar
ation; and, by the use of rascally officials,
they deliberately counted out the Til
den and counted lit the Uayes electors.
After this had been done.the Kepublicaus
declared that the election had been lairly
carried by the Democrats and that they
ou-tat to have the reault of their victory.
To this the Republican government ot
tered no resUtauce, aud th Republicans
everywhere said : "That is right; that is
true." And so, out went all tbe Repub
lican officers ol Florida, and iuto oftlce
went the Democrat who had been elec
ted 00 the same ticket, with, and by
about the aiuc majority that had been
given to thelildeu electors. But the
Republicau party refused to urreuJer
the electoral vote when it yielded the
Ute.J , It stole the vote with delioera-
tiou, and kept it without shame.
In Louisiana the popular vote showed,
by from seven thousand to eight thousand
majority, that tlte Democrat had car
'4the state for their atate aud eiac to
tal tk-kcUv A leturnliig board notori
ously unfair and confessedly corrupt,
counted out tbi majority aud counted
in a majority (or the Republican.stat. and
uaUatjaU Ucke t. To-uay the mn who
wa elected president by tj.i. proota D
political TllUny admiu iu effect that hli
title to Uie presidency U not icoedad.
uilU this by even heitUug to recognlie
Packard' aa the legal toverumeut of
Louisiana. Lie knows, and all the coao.
try knows, that U the Hayes elector
I elected In Louialana
Packard wa elected governor ; and that,
UTtckui wu oot elected governor,
Hayes Is not by lair meane the President
ofthc United State. More than this,
President Hayes know that Tackard hat
no right to the chair ot Louisiana, and
that his right to the chair of Washing
ton was created by tcchnical'.tes and not
by the ballot of tbe people. And yet
there are not a lew honest people who
really believe that Hayes was honestly
elected president and thai Packard was
really elected governor!
Additional Proof. The condition of
affairs at the North also excites surprise
and astonishment in the minds of every
one who observes it with any care.
Everywhere business is as dead as the
oldest mummies of ancient Egypt; but
there teems to be no good reason for the
fact. Thousands of men are without work
and thousands of families are suffering
for want ot the actual necessities ot life
Just after the panic we were told that all
the business troubles of tbe country
w ould speedily be ended if we could get
back to "honest money;" and ever since
that time, following the present secretary
of the treasury, we have been getting
closer and olosr to the money
of the world, the good old money et
the cheap labor days of Jackson aud of
Beuton. We have approached to within
a lew cents of gold. But business has
not revived under this gradual approach
to a specie basis. On thej contrary, it
faaa grown duller and duller with each
departing day, and constantly the dis
tress iu the country has become more
prevalent and more intense. And yet
the cry is: "Grind on; let us get down
to the bed-rock." cry m iov wise men
are joining in this cry ; but its great T fl
ume is made up by an immense multi
tude of fools, tlte very laboring men and
business men and farmers who are
suffering in coiisc'i'ience of the linan
cl.nl policy ot Sherman, who i the
mot obedient servant ot the monicd
men of Wall trect and of Kuroje the
rapacious holders of our national securl
tir. who. never satixfW, are constantly
crying: "dive, (.,ive:
XI hen all this will tome to :m cud, wj
taurtol surmise; but uudvnibtedlr there i
in store for us much more distress. The
counting in of Flyes made this a certain
ty; and, no matter how the Southern
trouble- tn:iy end, it will seen that the
financial vjesliou w''l 51Ti to u much
moie annoyance thau wc have yet exe-
rienced f rom it. Undoubtedly Secretary
Shermau will attempt to suddenly jump
over tbe l tents difference between pa
per and got J, au l in doing o is likely to
tall iuto a great abyss aud pull alter him
much ot the little buincs
viuiity that his hard policy ot
sudden resumptiou ha; left to tbe coun
try. Ol course he v. ill be applauded iu
his ruinous work by uiuy men who will
be ruined by bis mad attempt to do what
the lesson of the past teach us cannot
be done with saf ety to the businea inter
ests of any country that has lift haid
mouey aud floated ofl on the ocean of an
Irredeemable currency; b'U it Is possible,
that a few more torus of the prosperity
crushing screw of the speedy resump-fjonists-
may awaken tbe people to an
power the Shy lock". Shermans' oi" finance
T In, .
sue minoii state Jumil of .Monday
last, in an article on "Chamberlain
proposition," said :
iue proposition to withdraw the
irooiii irom Columbia and leave
il 1, tpnoncau government and
iue ncyuuucaa citizens generally at tae
Jo , . wn rine cmt,i lt"(1 Ham
wutk ovuer a aas&sin n a .i mk
fr011 Independent and consistent Re-
t.uU1i, . ,u-ong protest. The admin
istrauon will assume a grave responsi-
uuny SIIOUIU it Dertorm th t ant rU2rxr.
viW Ur, OI itepuoilcan clti-
ii ueu ineir an in sup
port of the government responsibility
for the crushing out ot legal aud consti-
iuuuuu iuu vovrnm..,r .1
ing the erection in its place of an
insolent Bsurpation, the everflow of the
ue Buministration lias assumed the
graye responsibility" the troons tii
o wunarawn, and from South Car
.... 7 r
oiiun we nave the news that the
people are showing their joy in the Inte
rior of the state by im promptu meetings,
me wring oi cannon and other demon-
stratlonsof rejoicing. Gov. Hirapton
has given his word that no violence shall
be offered the colored ieopieand thatthev
shall be protected iu all their rights.
Ibese promises will be kept, aud tha
spirit of them would have been carried
out if they UJ ntTt.r
Neither Hampton nor the Democratic
party of South Carolina will feel dis
posed to commit political suieidabva
cruel and purnoseles ir.niiM
white and black Republicans in th.
state. They have everything to loe by
such a course everything to rain by the
oppoiteoue. Peaco aud good feelim
TSt i.an ..Il vu. ... v .
uiie utcutue rule in
uem'jcrats have bsen in the ascendancy
ui Carolina will be
tif, i-wi.. .;... . .
vM,vlu. i,epuuncan news
paper, like the Juurnul do not U-)iiva
this now-th. y do not wish to. Disorder,
persecution and bloodshed iu South Car-
umin wouu prove them to have im,.
true prcpheu and they would have the
always eminently gratifying consolation
ol taying "we. told you so." Kut they
will not have it. Gov. Hampton has
carriej tlie day, l,e iiu
proved himself eual to llaes, hi t to 3
cabinet and all tbe host ol K.dieal Ke-
putneans mat stood at their backs uta.
te.ting with warning lingej against tlie
removal of the troops from
iue ,.iaie uoiise in Colombia.
He will also if the necessity arriva nrn,.
himself equal to tho posible South Car'
olina Bourbons who may imagine that
me yictory ol to-day 1 the victory of
w,my years ago. Uor. Hampton will
crush ILesc a telenlltstly and effectually
be would the worm under bis loot.
Te I.Hrs:,wi . . 1H.
taurant on Ollv0 21
and Fourth at about noon on yesterday
to notice seated at one of the tablet (Jen
Grant. He appeared to have a good ap
petite and devoted himself to restau
rant fare as energetically at most
of those present who had never
tasted a meal In the white house. The
ex-President was accompanied by Judge
Long and District Attorney Blis. and
during the meal other were introduced
to him. 1 he fact that an ex-President
wis in the room noon became known to
theother coplc at dinner in the restaur
ant, and attention was naturally attract
ed to him. which fact, however, did not
appear to disturb the object of their curiosity.
HAYES AND HAMPTON.
The Troops to be Removed
From the South Carolina
State House, on Thurs
The Order.for Their Withdrawal,
Washinuion, April 3. The following
h tter was vritten by the Prtsident and
sent to the secretary of war to-day:
XX asminoton. l. C, April ii, 1;77. J
Sir: Prior to entering upon the duties
of the Presidency there had oeeu statiou
ed by order ot" luy oredece isor, iu the
state" house at Columbia. S. C, a delated
uient ot the United States iutatitry.
linding them in that place, 1 have
thought it proper to delay a decision ot
the .question of their removal until 1
could consider and determine whether
the condition ol atlairs in that state is
now such as to require or Justify contin
ued occupation ot the state hou-e. In
my opiniou there does not now vxist in
that state such domestic violence as is
contemplated by the Constitution as
ground up-n which the military power
of the national government "nmy be
invoked lor the defense of the
state. There are, it is true, rave and
serious disputes as to the rights ot cer
tain claimants to the duel executive
ottlee ol that gtate; out the-e are to be
settled and determined, wot by t he exec
utive of the United States, but by ueh
ordctly aud peaceable method as may
be itrovidcd by the Constitution and law
i -I tlie state. 1 feel assured no resort to
violence is contemplated in this quai icr,
but that on the contrary the disputes in
question are to be settled solely by such
peaceful remedies a the ConMituticii
aud law ot the sla'e provide. I nder
these circums'iices. and in this confi
dence. 1 now deem it proper to t ike ac
tion in aecot dance with t-c triiiuples
announced when 1 entered upou the du
ties of the presidency. Vou are. there
lore, directed to tee that proper orders
are is-ued tor the removal ot ai 1 troops I
from thM State House to their previous
place of encampment. 11. D. 11 t.
i o Hon. Geo. XX'. McCrary.
'Ihe lolloping letter was ornt to
Genet al Sherniau by the secretary of
XX an UtraRTvtM.
XX'ashi.ncio.n, April J,
luixfctial W. I. sbiriiii, CoiumsnJitf I,
s. A. :
Ge-sekal: I inclose herewith a copy
ol a communication from the President of
tbe United tale, lu which ho directs
that the detachment ot United Staus
troojis now stationed In the state house
at Uclumoia, a. ue witbdrawn and
returned to their previous barracks or
camping ground. Vou are hereby
place on 1 utsday next, the PJtfi 61 April
i incne uieriuian. very respectfully
your obedient servaot.
Geokce XX". .McCusaHY,
Secretary of XX ar.
The followiLg Is the letter of Governor
iiamptou to the f resideut:
Wasmixotox. .March 31, Is"
xaz rREsiutNi i: Jne result of
me conference to which you did me the.
nouor to invite me has beeu to itave on
my mmu tb- conviction that you siu-
cereiy Uesjre to ire peaciul and just
settlement of the u. stion which is dis
tracting our people and Injuring serious-
ij me uiaienai luterestsof our state, and
i irust you are equally convinced olmv
earnest wish to aid in accomplishing this
upiy enu. as i may not have the
ieur or seeing you again on this sub-
cei it may ie ororxr to out
(K lore you in th Iulle and nnwr
detinue lorm the asssurances given you
'""? repeal, ti erelore, that ii
me reaerai troops we withdrawn from
the state house there shall be an mr
part, or that of my trinds, no resort to
violence to assert our c uim. hut that a-
suu iook tor tneir mainu nance olel
to such peaceful remedies as the constitu
tion and laws of the state nt-ovid I
shall use all my authority to repress the
use vr fAuioiiion oi lorre In the settle
ment Of all disouted Oueslions. n,l Ihii
authority shall he exercised iu su;h man
ner that the peace shall be
X e only desire the Ht:ihiiwi.ii,..,t
in our state of u ffiivrrmu.nt
Which will aeeure to event eltiyi-ii
o the lowest as well
highest, to the black us well as to the
hite, the full and equal nroieni..,, i..
the enjoyment of all his riht under
the constitution ot the United fctktea
No one can be more dec id v iiutir.aifi ti,n
myself with the Imperative necessity of
esublishing cordial relations between all
classes and both races iu South Carolina
for it is only by these mean that the
true and eiidurln wellare of th nm
an be secured. With the recotmit Inn nl
perfect equality of everv ctien
the law, with a Just and impartial ad-
uimioiration oi the Jaws, w ith a practi
cal and secure extrciso of the rfirht of
suurage, with the system ot public edu
cation which will oea the. sources ol '
knowledge to all clasps, we may hotic
to ace our sute soon laku the po,itiou to
which the is entitled, it ...,.7
?i!'c l(le." 8i,J in Uie komplishment of
these high aims that called, me from Ly
retirement to bc:ome the candidate loV
governor of .south Carobna. It was
through the corilideneeot the people of
that state that 1 would honci ly and
aith fully carry out alt these purposes
Ult'w elected their chief magistrate
Hr.iV 1 '"uu" '"yinai peace can be
"rely preserved there aij
prosperity restored by .,",.,
our people ihat the right i
local self-government, so prominently
'wra iu your i..a.gu.a I. and
try. is to I promptly ea. ri d out a ti e
rule of your administration, i ..
pate the ready fulfillment of cSw iuJt
reasonable ho, ,gpirtu- by he '
nouncement ot the policy you Lave on
tolded-a policy which io.T...i 'ue ,,n"
live echo In i.rv ,.o -'"I'0"'
iiiditating the purine to .(fuiii.Ur the
fHaUath2 truc nU ol the C un-
In fnnrliiijaii irtwU MA a
ib i .i .i. ... . "ou, -wu
V"lvirlll, UJ1L lilt" n lllt .. .....
. ...v. pwiivuv out-r announce,!
in your intuL'ural. a i,.,.' J. . .8J
bha- Inaction,! will product) Jin-h rZ
uiu that the whole cotry Vill nint
the bleaunri of ! If nM
barmoBT. ' ana
,IbK"kJD . w the courtr
w m; and Wy, m: i
Down go tho Friooo of
We are in receipt of the Finest Stock of Cos
GENTS ENGLISH WORSTED. CLOTHING
Kver hrouffht to Cairo. These icooils are pureliai'd )y Sir. Kartihaker w ho resides in
New York, and tikes hit time in scleetin and buy Inir just what the lusrket
needs and at prices to suit the times. Vou will lo w ell by calling
on u, to look at our good and prices. XV e mike
A Specialty of Gents' Furnishing Goods and
Stetson's Fine Hat.
FARN BAKER & HAAS.
Corner 7th St. and Commercial Ave. in Winter's Block.
cood wishes. I am, very respcctiully'
your obedient servant,
Governor of South Carolina.
lll: 1.01IMANA COMMISSION'.
'1 he members of the Louisiana ccni
missien left here this morninjr for New
Orleans. They go by way ot Pittsburg.
Cincinnati. Loui.ville and Nashyi'le, and
expect to reach New Orleans cn Friday
and to hold the firt scs-ion on Sutur
day. .Mt.HKKK I'lMEI.
K. i'. Merrick denies that the papers
for 'o wnmin'o proceedings against
President Hayes at the instance of Sam.
,1. Tildcn are in his bauds, and says he
never beard ot them nor ot any steps of
rem v vtivs blioka: ihe pcduc.
DR. C. UfUNS'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
''HE cour.tenante ii t-!e a:nl
leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribe! sj.ot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; th? pupils dilate : an arurcsemi
circle runs along the lower cyc-lel ;
the noee is irritated, swells, and some
times bk-eis; a swelling of the i per
lip; occasional headarJie, withhuni-
,.'r,rr r.r t h r r. T r.f.Uj mn
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning ; appttite
variable, sometimes voracious with x
gnawing sensation of tlie stomach, at
others, entirely g.jne ; fleeting pains
in the btomacii ; ocoional "natiiea
and vomiting; vio'e.-nt pains through
out the ab lo.nen; bowels irregular,
at times cost! v.. ; -tools slimv: r.nt
witli blood ;
u..iy Ewcacn ar.-i inr-J ; urine tur
bid; rop:r.:ioi or.;a;ionaJlr diffi
cult, and acto'npai.ic.l bv hiccough;
cough 5ometim.s..lrv and'eonvuhive;
ur.eay and d, toiU l secn. with
11 i .
grinding of the teal.; temper varia-
oiv.-, oar genera::y irritable, &c.
Whenever the above- svmptoms
are found to exi',t,
DR. C. M?LANL a VERMIFUGE
Will ctrtainh tffect a cure.
fr DOE NOT (o.WAIN MLRCX'RY
ii any lorrn ; r. n an mno:eiit prepa
ration, m-t caxiU ',;, t)ie ,,,.
tit injury to iue t;.t A n.L r infant.
The genuine 1. M'. Lsxr.'.s Vf.r;.
MiFt'GE Lcari the i-h'n.itiircs of C
AlfLAN-E and i 1 1 ; j;ku:. oa tl '
: c : .
DR. C. .V.CLANE'S
Tlicse I'AU mv ,, )t i(-oiniiKM.,,.,l
M a 1-cmt.ly ihr "all the ills that
flesh H he-ir to," h!!t i a.iktions of
uie i.i ver, iulI m:1. U,)ll;i (.
luints l)y;iepiu it,i lvl Ht-ad-
ucik-, or tii.j ..a.
- i -f tliat t liaractei'
th ' etand ,
1 1 noti t a rival.
AOUI-J AM) FJ.VKlt.
li ttu- athai tic fan he tis.-d
nqai"t',ry tu.oralUx takinir ();.
' Hiin.Io DUlLMtlVC thfv nir-
uno'iua ..-I. 4
--V.lln: Ol' IMITATlOXti.
ri'.-iiiiiiie nr ucvtT hiiirar
41 11'H V saitiu 1 .ii
US Mt 1 vvj naA Dit 1 ju
ltt il'i. With thn inmnari Ii..
' j - ivi:k 1'ills.
e raPlt-' hears thceiguaturts
ct U M Lixi-auJ Fi.eminu Una.
M hy all ref-pctable drugisU
RU(1 Dmitry stortkwiTcrs :enfrall7.
i .', ol 1',-n"f -rlan.f, dcotaM.
.,..!'. uu"','-",i balui bceu UH.oiuttil t
"' ' James t,-ilanl. late
iliM.-m -ui oi uiiuci ,uaim. ii oi
j 'T , ', 1 .-"o-er auU state or Illinois,
t?r i hTUi K'v" no,it li'y Wl11 P-
ih.,.i..,''ie"'tounlvurf0''--111 touuiy, at
theth r ' i,1m"it-'i--t '' April term, on
ali .irrJ fJ iNJ!""l-y Itt April ne-t. at which time
a!.f.. "iuvHlf tlaioia aa-.inat aafl CeUle
!-.J . n'1 iuealea to atUud for tbe Diir-
IHiMI U llSVIliu l.u ....... ul..u.u All .....
. ?. r ,w:1 l" t' "' re(iiietta to
i , Ujmd't ymeut to the in
lled thu ,lMJr , rei,. j.77,
lku towiaus and '. M. feroi
Phytioian it Snrtseon,
JUjldeaoa JbUueo ttreet, weal of Washington
Xt iss Wortli
; loevety res Vr of llii rni'erwho rmtU u this
t ititlcatraD1 jfl c will forward, nrne yer.
I 1 lit 'litaiiire," a iBicniiicnt Illiminiieii
Monthly Journal nl Houskri-iifr's M'ninr,
' and ooe ropy of our urw aD'l eUgntit irruiium
1 chioinu, entitlrd
I 'AMI; . IU.1 "
I A iutrrie,v of the lhil.lwrf achool tf genr
1 ainunk", by Trof. .lorlan, iIh .",,t1"1 h
I eeuted fu the liiehe-t style of the rt li'tail
i . rice of, alnrh Ue', ari'l a copy of the follow
I intr lieaiitifnl puein ilecriptive of the rhromo, in
, i levant illtuuiuated colora for I rami dk. "
Ar; but wait, firxxl witv, a minute.
1 have lirt a word t j av ;
! Ivj you kuo-vr what to diy i-.-
Jlotuer, lu our wnidiuK day !
J .t as now. we nut at iupier
when theiruei!' had rune awav;
Y.Mi tt liiat tiilv, 1 cat this siKle,
i-oriy jeur? uo to-day!
I hen what plans we lal'J toifetUf-r,
What brut th.nps 1 lurant to do'
I null wedream to-lT would iiu1 im
At tiiis tuble m aui vuu.'
lletterso, no doubt ar.d yet f
-oiiieumea think I c-tinot tell
our hoy li, Tes ! I know, dear;
Ve, He doeth all thlnjj well.
Well we'Te had our joys and sorrows,
Share.! our "m.le as' well aa tears;
And the bett of all -I've had Jaur
f aithful love for forty, years!
l'ix.r we've been, but not foraaken;
oritf we've known, but never el.a.xe
Katlier fur Thv emiless mercies
Mill we bless i by Holy name:
Thi i a rare clui.ee
for you to make mon
ey. We ill pa v you
large rasn commis
sions anl give yon Fielusire territory, senil
us one iluliar, avoid unneorssary rorresiow
lcrn-e, recetre your territory, q.oi j work at
otic, t por receipt of whii hwe will lr-jru
agent's nu'llt. certiflc.te of agency, etc. ifecl
mea cplea 1 rents, none fre.
vl lre Th Treasure Publlahtn Co.
jf ,'ilfii.T atrw.1. ,,w , u l k
Mark ThfiSR Facts.
Ti e Tetiri.onr ol the Whole WorM.
HOLLO WAY'S PILLS.
neirtT1on0e.,1U '' H"lloWh W'gntu
our r marrelouj."
house"" aua Keep thiai m the
wahron.l'0-Ur t" curt 1 roT -'f-cbe that
, ..or? s n 2TT I,ilU ,0 Ub ' I
morb-. Ji.ear litue thing Kot well iu a
of no!-. r?"' VI om.men, cure-t tu,
OintnVnt llh nrt '""t'l T"
...T ..... 'i l"r noi
laiiiilf." "v. - -ni one ior a poor
il,l,!,'!J 2VJl!r:rnH, but
, , . , - " ' mi - uoiiur.
. ''Lt e ''' three boie ofyour l'UU bv re
turn mail, for t.iniu .n. i...'.. ul l
-i,b,,,7!"u -t'Donial asthse, but
want of -oa cotLueU me to con. lu.le.
For Cataneoui Disorders
Ami u1l svntr.li.. C ! . a. .
.you .nvauib..- Ua'S
Invariably cure the following di-s ef
Disorder of the Kidneys.
the ' "-. whether
Ihey M-cn te too much or too litlie Waltr- or
V hether thev aiili. il - i.... . " .w"lir "r
"' " "mwi uireciojn. ami il,.
" "ou ,1 be well rubbwi i,lU, Ihe ....!l ol
bol into the sinull ol
me at bed tim... This treutiiM-nt WillVifB
almoit lmniMlii.t ri;.. .. ...... .. .:
ttiiM-nt will Kifu
U olhrr imam
- ...m, i tr ll
For Stomachs Out of Order.
.,0".T;Jici,,e wiU ,0 ctuaHy improve the
ijlBJt.,te""'! y -move
, - , -...im. iurj airs wonuenullTethi,-
JIUI.LUW A I ' l'll.l.K.raths. I
the world lor tu. following diaeaarAgue.
iVi. iT' ","'"u- wimpiamts, Hlottls on the
k u, llowtla. Consumpuon.UebilitT. JJrop.y.
li f;.r.:?"J.la?' m-1. frrejfularlne;
eehtiou. InflamniiuW 'jm,r A,ZTtfL' IV
rluintJ. Lumbago, 1'iles, lU.euiLati,m Keun
tiou of urine, croida or King's tvil ilore
hroats, blonc au.t tir.vel X.o-biloureux
1 umors, fleers. Worms uf all kinds, "eaVne
Irom any tauae, etc. ' ,,,:akn6-
ii?" H,uulu unless the signature
. ."j. oi i-uis, aua uiuuuient. A
.uiunuaiiuu as may lead to the
?hTmMe.nl,Y,y r r-'tic countene-tiig
lull?" be1sTur"u:.,:UJn", lhe k-owin
i.ow'a viJiV. Ult.'nn,ory of rrofessor nL
i.ov av a. Co. Sew i ork, aud by all resDectiibl.
drutgta and" dealers in medicine thtighout
Ui tuS?. " C0"i(1,'r-Wt 1 taking the
. ii luciiouforlheBuidauce of patients
in every dUonkrare aul-Kl to each bog
oince, iiai ,berty St., New York
"'"-i vu ioius, etc., very cbeau
at the Old Place
113 FULTON ST., NEW TOBK
CarpeU carefully packed and eDt to aa
part ot the failed Stales free ofcharfe.
K9SEIfO rOR PRICE UIT.'M
J A, BBWDALL
Reccommeiided by GENERAL PLEASANTON
Kor the cure of a Ure ilas t.f DI.SkAPKS. Al-o ii-c.l for Minmlst'iiu; )fettloa.
V have Id stock a good supply, anil ran furnl-li IlKhti to any demieil Jl
nibDsiuns, auil at prli't s that will notjustily ttiiikc lu watt in
roiling to other liiaikt t.
The Perfeotion of Light.
Family Safeguard Oil.
WAS AVAI:lKl TJIK-
By tbe Juror- nl t 'oruiul-'loneri of iue
Centezinlal latornatlcnal Esliibitlon.
As tlie Best llltiiuinatin OT, lor lt eilraur Hear) metii. of Gaiety an.J tirlJii :
r.LlNK was alo awnrjed a (julJ Medal at the I'lUettiirU l"x" blttn , au 1 jt
sJ'ij.tcJ, ufter a t!nrougi i IciitihV auJ rull'itl t t, hr the
t'NtTKl) 4TATF.S tO KKNMKNT I. H f -JforK fiLl'AK I MKM .
AbJ reoi'.vecJ a Ligti i nruincu'latlon tti.iu h- rt. nJ of 1 i.i'ej Stale "ttaojoat lu-f
tors, Wasbiiigton, I). ('.
Iliourarii e oinpahien rat f I.AI.M the Ui- u a Ua lltk.
J-.f.AINK Is lined oo Uiaiiy (if tlie IttilroaJ. street Can aril flotU r.f t.e tout.tr
an.l iuaiiKuratetl superior to ai.y c.tb r oil in the marLet
Can be Used In abj Istup.
OKL)ICIi KnM Ttfk. TKAHK VOl H f 1 1 .
m ! m i mi i
WATER! WATER! WATER!
41UUfta aiiauo, jcjic, Jbitc, jumbracing tho
Of Goods saved from the late flro by
WiU bo sold within next tbe Thirty Days at a
Come One Coma all
Mou&i hmM College
St. Louis. Mo.
A. EICE, A. X. t. L. B.,
JAB. BICE. A. M
J. H. BUBW00O,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP. $81 00
ft If 08T Comalete. Thorough pNi. !
j.YX eourae vl Mudy la the L'uue.J ti tales a
course InuUpausibl. to every vounar man em.
barking on th. aea oi life.
G - LASS.
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CapsBqots and Shoes
tn m nvnr T mrriT-
vmxu jjfiV : u:
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O. D. WILLIAMSON,
T OHIO &SVEE.
SPniui,dJ.tl0, flTC W3oenilTinienU aid
STRATT0W ft BIED,
A. BfCE. A
T Ohio LtTee.