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CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
vw. xxr. rYATT oo.,
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Bait. tin BttlldtBjr. J. TwWh tre
ul Wsssnixisrtoa AwnM,
tJCttaU nd lUUrowlWork a Specialty
Omen Hocm PTom 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
i.m. Sunday lrom 7to9a.ta. Mouejr
nlcf 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. -
ii:! I Illinois Central B B
MIrs. Central R S
Cairo ft Vlncennes
Cairo, Arkansas k
Texas R R laily.
Ohl Slver Route
Dully e-,'t Monday
Ml Kivor Route
t'p, nn. Tu. Frl.
Down. Tu Tim Put
Thebes Rout I
FriUy Saturday (
G. W. MrKBAlo, P. M.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
TOAD LBAVB CADtO
Mail at ll:p. m -..Daily .
ti.rM it Sip m "
r-l(rtit st 4:J . ru...Ewit Sunday.
freight at 4:30p. fu... "
A RUT! AT CAinO
Hull at. ..,. I t'.i in Daily.
IxprtM at...-.... 2:0" p. ai...Kxcept Putiflay.
.:,.Kt , , T.t.1 p m Sunday,
i'rright a' I 3 m.... " huudy.
JAKES JOHNSON. Aireat.
ST. L0UIS.IR0N MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
txpreis leave Calrortally O0p. m.
Aii.rt-a. arrives at Cairo dalljr :'. lu .
Aceonimodation leaves Cairo daily . 2:00b ra.
AowrmJallon arrives daily (except
fctindav) . .ll:"o. ra.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
Ml. LOUIS I
pilr. trail. cf this rninany connect at t
t U it and Kaatt. Louis, with all oltu-r
tea -j tLr .orlb, Eriul and West.
..ee-ve Cairo ....... ....
krr.1t al-t . Loul
30 a m.
3 0 p lu .
I.rav Fast Su I. aula v n tu
arm at Can o ' dp.ro.
W H. M K .FARI.AM), 7.
1 ick't and r-l(ht Agent, Ceiio.
3 A. WEM ocoira) Passrnxrr Agent. J
1. ABLI.L. Aftut at Cairo
MIR0 & VINCENNES R. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
israiir, izmiw mmm
34 Miles the Shortest to
idiasapjli., YM&px Tcri
NIX HOURS SAVED
OVIR TEA1X OF
ALL OTHER RO-ADS
Making Same Connections,
passengers by other routes to make
Connection a must ride all ntrht wait
lOtt from Ouv to tlx Hours at
mall country stations for
trains of connecting roads.
llernerab?r that fact and take our
6:0 J a. in. Train,. reaching
ir.v.il, biiiapjlis, 'Gkcmti, hiviZi
Train 1 and arrive at Cairo, a follows :
Mail Ocavea 5:(0 a. ra
Mixed " - 7 S0p. m.
y.itl anirtt ... !': p. in.
..e.i - Djtf'a.in.
;hrou.T i t.';ket and rlicckt to all important
V. A. MILLER, H. L. MORKIIX,
Oen' 1'aaa. Ajt't. Gieral 8up
I.. B. t HLIiCU,
l.IUI OU llt.Al.KKH
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
OF AI.I KININ,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
yfESSRS. 8MYTII A CO. have sonaUnUf
lVA a turn t.M',k ot the btt Kootta Ui Uiv niar.
tel, and ui" special aiteutlon to the Mnolwalt
raui'O of tba buxinesa
Consumption, that couri?c of humanity, I
ihricrrat dread ot ths human family, in all ci-il-jvii
1 t'cel oonfl lent that I am in poatesion of the
nuly ur, infallible remedy now known to
the profeil" for the apeedy, ponitiv curs t
tiiat ilreal dia, and Its unwelcome coorom
itant", i'" Catarrh, Atthma, Uroncbitia, Ner
voit htMlitV, etc, etc I v old fogy, lit.
Iimv la iiiedii'iue. 1 Wf nty-eiuht year ctix.
i ienee a a biiy practitioner iu tha Ijeat con.
umplion hotpital in the old and new world,
bat tatiKht inelha Talue cf proper medics tia
both local and eonvtituliomil iu tha eniof thia
freat enemy of our race. 1 hava found it. Hut
am digressing. 1 started sut to aay to thoas
nfldrinv with consumption or say of (be above
iu tladiei, that by addre u ma. f lrinf ymp
tom, they shall be put in poastetlon of this
Kroat boon, without chares, and shall LaTa ths
lnuttii of my sxpericao in thousand of csaes
auMctufully traatad. Full particular, dirso
(lona for preparation sad ua, and ad T lea and
iuatructiont for successful treatment st your
own koiut, will bs rsosivsd y yon by rsturn
mall, ftss sf shares, by aditaialnir
DR. JOHN i. uCmPTT,
wJlly 17 Jsflkneti itrsst UuUtUIs, Ky
... -.rr,t . .
m ' fa .: L
la I his Harvl t tk fcnt Awi.
anvtit sir Moslsrta MclvaiewT
To the jEJltor o( ths N. Y. 8uu :
Sir: An eminent aolentiit ot this
city, whose name ti withheld for the
pttaent, it ald to be on the point of pub
liMhlng a it-rlei Of Important dlscoveiie i,
stxJ txhibituii; an inatrument invenU-d
by him, by lueajss of whieu objwu or
pvrtion stanaiuir or moving in any part
ot th; world may be InsUuuncouily seen
anywhere aod by anybody. The utility
ol the electroacooe Is undeniable, and It
the invention proves succesefuJ, it wlli
tupweede In a very short time the ordi
nary nx thods of telegraphic Bt)(j fejc.
phoulo couimunlcati'in. iiy means ot
the electroKiope merchanU wll be abla
to exhibit their goods, or camples of
thrin, to any customer supplied
with the fame Instrument,
"he'her in Liverpool, f-oi do., Y arls,
Berlin. Calcutta, Pekin, San
Franc)M"o, or New Orleaiic, Fug
tive crimiuals placed in the electroscope
can be Instantly identihYd by the police
autnoriuei ;in any pari tt the globe.
Mothers, husbar.ds, and lovers will be
enabled to glance at any time at the very
persons of their absent children, wives,
or beloved ones, Painters may retain
their paintings lu their stuUlo, and yet
exhibit theiu simultaneously In all the
galleries oi Europe and America provided
with the Invention, bcbolars ure thus
enubli d to consult in their own rooms
any rare or valuable work or'nianuncript
In the Britiab museum, Louvre, or Vat
ican, by himply requesting the librarians
to place the book, opened at tha desired
page, Into this marvellous Apparatus.
1 he electroscope will undoubtedly su
percede the ordinary methods ot tele
graphy, a it matters very little bow
long or how short may be the message
transmitted by it, not to speak ! the ad
vantage oi being able to read, when de
sired, the original dispatch iu tin hand
writing of the sender.
And lurther, in case the telephone,
the new ibi'.ruments tor carrying musi
cal sounds, should succeed also iu trans
mitting ordinary conversations, a combi
nation oi the electroscope and telephone
wiil be made w hich will permit people
not only actually to converse with each
other, no matter how far they are
apart, but also to look into each other's
eyes and watch their very mien, expres
sion, gesture and motion while in the
electroscope. Both telophone and elec
troscope, applied on a large scale, would
render it possible to represent atone
time, on a hundred stages in various
parts ot the world, the opera or play
sung or acted iu any given tbeatre. 1 he
actors and singers will present, of course,
a certain ethc rial appearance, when thus
viewed from a great dlstance.wblch.how
ever, will not always prove really un
pleasant to the audience.
The Invention is based, as tar as known,
on the principle of transmitting the
waves ot light given out by objects, in a
manner similar to the transmission ot
sound waves by the telephone. Every
body knows that the sensations ot color
w hich we perceive are due to the varying
strength aud rapidity ot the undulations
ot light, emanating Horn the object we
look upon. Now, the electroscope con
fist?, to all outward appearance, of two
empty boxes or rooms, according to the
size required. One oi the compnrtmeuta
Is the transmitter, the other the receiver,
lu both compartments one side or wall
presents the ends of a multitude ot quasi
electric wires of a peculiar make and
consistency. Each of these innumerable
wires transmit with the utmost accuracy
the taiutest and strongest un
dulations oi every dellcato or heavy
wave of color that strikes it
horizontally front some object or persons
opposite to it. Thus many thousands of
wires of thickness of a line carry con
jointly the undulations of color emana
ting trorn a painting less than a loot
square. The w ires are twisted outside
ot the instrument Into a cable, which
may be extended to its destination above
or below ground, or through the water.
On entering the receiver the cable Is un
twisted, and each tiny wire Is made to
occupy again its proper position in the
side or wall of the compartment. The
box, or room, acting as the receiver,
differs from the transmitter In being
constantlv kept rilled with a newly-discovered
gas, a sort ot mngnetlo electric
ether, in which the currents ot light or
color become resplendent again, and by
means ot which the objects or persons
present at the time In the transmitter,
are reflected as accurately as in a mirror.
New York, March 29.
T'.e Sjnthern Hotel turned down, aud
yet bow many people carry their own
iLks. Ca at ouce to Henry Wells, tieneral
A Kent. iiPd have your pfop'rty insured at
LOW E91' KATES.
Tha low of
In this terrible 8t. Luis fire was great.
Obtain a Lite insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth ot all tbe depths in the
I'nited State is the reault of accidents.
This is no
Story put forth for the occasion, but is
taken from tabular statements, the reliabil
ity of which can not be impeached.
British Amsrioa, Assets - f 1 .130,000
MiUvllls Mutual, " . 1.4S40.000
Union, of Pnila. " 800.000
Firemen's of Dayton - 480,000
New England Lutual Life, 37,700.000
Illinois Mason's Benevolent society
GtcNEitAL Insurance Acknt.
Reus but Issad atiid Hnatrst Cot
orKICK-lnths Alesaadw CouatvBsuk,
Zn fc!7 ' ITHMB. h to cut
Ii!MS J 14 ,,1,Ri'"'' rrUi, Ur aa-
chant erk nh. kind e.sr authors, aj U a.nLta
CAIRO, DXIISrOIS, TUESpAYi APRIL 17 1877.
LVIT OARBON(BI0 Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
t.on, or in bogaheadA, far ihipment
;rompur aiunaea to,
t&"To large eonaumera and all
nanufaoturera, we are prepared
u auppiy any quantity, by tne
,3ionia or year, as uniiorm rates.
CAI&v CUT VOAL COMPAKT.
t!Ulllday Bro.'s oflce, So. 70 OkioLeTss.
I -Hal n day hro 'a wharf boat.
f-At E-ryvUan sf ills, or .
fcI"At the toal Dump, foot of ThUSr-aig-litD
tf Post Office Drawer, arm.
STOBTT TEARS MEi OBX Till FTaTMO,
DR. C. MLANE'S
FOR TUB on or
Kcpatitis or Liver Complaint,
DYSPEPSIA AND SICK HtADACHK.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver.
PAIN in the right side, under ths
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
side; the patient is rarely able to lis
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under theshouMtr-llade, and
it frequently extend., to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is affected w iih loss of
appetite ar,d bit kne-i, ; the bowels in
general are co?tie. sometimes alter
native with b.x ; ii v head is troubled
with pain, ac-cir; . MiLd with a dull,
heavy seiici!- n in t'lie back part.
1 here isgener'.;y a. on-iderableloss
of memory, nccorfipaiiivd with a pain
ful sensation of l-vlng left undone
something which ciht to have been
done. A slight, dry Loujrh is some
times an attehd:.nt. i The patient
complains of wearine-s and debility;
he is easily startled, hU feet are cold
or burninp, and bt complains of a
prickly sensation cf the skin; hit
spirits are low; r.nd although he ii
satisfied tiiat c.vc r. i would be bene
ficial to him, ut he can scarcely
summon t;j fortitude enough to trj
it. In fact, ho distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred w here fc-w of them ex
isted, yet exatnin: tion of the body,
after death, has :'.own the livfa to
have leen extendi .ly deranged.
AGUE A Ii 1) I i:VLR.
Dr. C. yM..:.i:'. I.ivr.R Pills,
in CAsf.s of A.l f. and Fi-.ver, when
taken with Qaiiui.c, are productive
of the most h;.j r ; r.rult--. Xo better
cathartic can be u.ed, preparatory
to, or afier tr.kinjj Quinine. We
would advi e r'.l who ;.c afflicted
with this (li'-a-c to give thera A
Tor all Biiiui;-, derangements, and
as a simple j urgaiive, they are un
equaled. BEWARK OP IMITATION'S.
The genuine Dr. C MLaxe'v,
Liver Pills are m.cr sugar coated.
Lvery box lias a rid wax seal on
the lid, with the in.presion TR.
MVLaneV l.ivfk I ills.
The genuine M'.'Laxe's LlVFR
Pills bear the i.Lnaturts of C.
M' Lane and 1 1 1 .mi..- Eros, on the
ar- i.ibi.t a joi:r druggist or
storekeeper giving jou the genuine
Dr. C. MVI.'.nf.'s I'ivi r Tills, pre
pared by Fleming Vak., Pitu-burgh,
Sold by all re.MK'ctble drrgisti
and country btorektipers generally.
To tho wijliinfc c (five lr. C. 1?Iaw's
Li iu mi a trial, w k ,i; null posi pj;d 10 aoy
pari ol the Lulua tiutc, on bv pi iiP tot
k I tMI.VG UKOS.. Pitl.buiaK T
Moud it; CommereZal
St. Louis, Mo.
m lijHin 1359.).
IHOS. A. BICS, A. at. 1. 1. 1..)
IAS. RICE, A. X.,
I. as. MVJSWUVU,
FULL LIFE SCHOLAHSHIP.' $81 00
cour or btudy la tta L'nltol Statsi s
eourss inaupensiuie is every yonsg waa sat-
usramf a in ses i ur. .
Fw XUastrateA CirsUar,
THO. A. SICK. A. M..L T..
XS-eUlelt-AAr. Co-ratbtM twtlW. trt avsvA
t WHO L.X8 ALB AJTO BJfTAllV,
'IN TEE CITY.
Goods Bold Very Close.
Oor&sr 10th St. a Oosnmarctal At,
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City sTatloaal Bask Building, np-suirs.
Ths Oldest Eatabliahed Acenoy In Boutt:
65 000 000
. i. i
OHARTERgD MARCH 21, 1880.
CITY NATIONAL BANE, CAIRO
A B BAFFOAD. Presldeut.
8 8 TATLOB, Vies Preaidunt.
W . BTSLOP. Sec' y and Treaaum.
P.W. Baaclat, Csas. Qaliorxs,
. . m . DTUtiruiB, r.iii u. soBtST,
a. H. CrwsinoRA-at. H L Ealuoat,
J. M. PniLLrrs.
1 per cent per annum, alarcta lit and eopU-m-3i
1st . Interest not withdrawn s added inune
liately to tbe principal of tne deio.iU, thertby
ririnc them compound interest
Harried Women and ChTdren may
T VTT atit ah .tuult. . .j-
uepoeii money ana no one
else oan draw .1.
Open srery buineadav rrnm (k m. n an
- Saturday evenings for savingi depoaiu onlr
rom 6 to 8 o'clock.
W. HYSLOP. rreasnrer.
' Bros, Prealdeot. H. Well, Cannier.
'. Xeff. Vice PresX T. J. Eertb, Astt. asb'r
Corner Commercial Ave. and St Street
r". Broas. Cairo. Wm. Kimr. rim.
. NtU, Cairo. Wm. Wolfs, Cairo.
i . Snaanka, Cairo. u.DliUngaley,t.LonU
:. Huder, Cairo. H. Well, iro:
. H. Brlnkman, St. Loui.
J. Y. Clemaos, Caledonia.
Uvueral Banavtna; Baslaesa Dene.
ttf Exchange sold and bom, hi t.i.i r,.i,t
n Tan Saviuir Denartment. i -vi i . i n
nd all buaioeaa uromutly attended to. '
City National Bank
CAPITAL - - tlOO.000
W'. P. n AIXIDA V , President
HES BY L. llALLlbAY, VictPrwl
A H fi4rFORD.C.hiJlu
VA' i vr HYfcLbp. Aas't Cashier.
S. BTAATS TATLOB, R H. CtJ v IKOBAal,
'J h U."-10'. W. P. Uali.idat,
O. D. WXIXIAJHOH, 8TBFHBN lillU),
A B. Sattord.
Exchange, Coin and United States
jsgnus xiougns aaa noia.
"pvEPOSITS received and a general banking
sA- UIUIUCH UUUf
O. D, WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
He. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
QPECAL attantioi gtvon tpeonsla-nmenu and
fooular illustrated bookCaflopaeeslon
Makhood I Womanhood I Marriage !
Impediments to Marriage; the causa
and cure. Sent securely teaua, post
paid for to cent, bjrUa. C. Wiuttiea,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
irve (Treat speriaiiM. ri ia woraa.
CtQQACu't os meas vy every agen
nrw w svry montn la ins Dusutess ws
rornlib, but thoae willing to work can aasUy
aarn a dusan dollar a dav risrbt ta their iu.
salitias. Hava ne room to explaia Mrs, tiuai-
acss piaasaat ana aonoraDis. n oman. boys
and girls do ss well ss man. We will rural h
von a aananWa nutSt Ave. The buaineaa ran
better lUaa anytaiag else. W wiu MK ea
sease or starting you, raruoutara sras. w
sndaaa. raraaan and macbantes. their aan
and daucbtare, and all claaaa la need or paying
work ethoms, shotdd write to as and ls.a as
scout in wore as sao. w is sue tia
ioatdeJs7,: AdtbiseTacs Co.Augasta
. , Aire ;
Dealer in Fresh Meal
EIGHTH : STREET.
Batwssn WaaMnartoa and 'Ooanmsrcia
ATsaass, aeUolnxasT Hanny's.
KEEPS for sals tbe bast Beef, Ferk, Mutton
Veal, Iamb. Hanaags, Ac., and is pr
ed to aerre fkmflles in as aonsntahls mar
mil f ranklin
M lrea, CM.
Chartered by the
State of Illinois
for the express
purpote ot ariTing
n all caHes of private, cl rea':c, aud urinary di
seases in all timir complii a ed form. It is well
known that Dr. Jamea has atood at tbe head ol
the profession for the paat ' year. Ace and
experience are all-important. Meinlnal W eak
lies, nlrht losaea It dminii. nlmnlM on the
face lost manhood, can poaitivcly be cursed
Ladies wantirg the tnost delicate attention, call
or write, t'leaaant home for patients. A book
for the million. Marringe Guide, which tells
yon all about thes diseases who should marry
--why not 10 cent to pay pottage. Dr. James
iiasou room aua parlor. Xou ace DO one tint
tlK'drwtor. OlBcehours, ') a.m. to 7 p.m. Fun
days, h) to U. All buinen strictly coDflden-
otitafned, on me
medical or other
labels. Caveats, AeslSTotnenta. InteritTsncea.
etc., promptly attended to. InTcudons that
U HI c m a v
till, in mo
caeca, b as-
euia ty u.
site tha Patent Offloe we can make coer search
es, and secure patent more promptly an with
broder claims than thoae who are remote from
tend us a
w e make
tion free ofchsrge.and advise as to patentability
All correspondence strictly confidential prices
Price low. AND NO CHAHot L'NLAS
PATENT IS feECL'RED.
W'e refrr to otllclals in the Patent office, and to
tQTeator in every State in tbe L'ninn Address
C. A. 6NOW A CO.
Oppo e Patent OlOce, Waahingtou, D.C.
Evantvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Packet Co.,
Paduoab, Shawneetovm, Evans-
tutsi uuiuavuie, viuuuuisil
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
es a s Matter
;nAKLX Pxmhikotom Clerk
Will leav Cairo every WEDNESDAY at S
o'clock p. ro.
The fleet steamer
Leave Cairo svery 8ATI RDAT.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
OT1LU U,.V-1M. .inilUCI. . ' ' . ' V - 1.UU1. , V.CUI
phi and New Orleans, and at Evanaville with
Ibe K A C. It. R. for all point North and East,
andwithths LouUviUe Mail Steamer fo all
points on the Upper Ohio, giving through re
ceipts on freight and passenger to all points
j . U .1 . I - . n. a. T n..U H
l or urtner inrormanon apply to
JAMES Blue. s. Paaacnger Agent.
HAI.UD.tf BROS., J
J, M. PHILLIPS, 'Agents.
Or to U. J. UUAMMRB.
upa'rintendent and General Freight Agent,
lJ-i-A)-i. avanaviii Indiana.
To every reader of this rajier who sends us this
cert ill cute anil si we will lorw.ru, lor one year.
" ilie Trt-SAUre," a magniUcent lllualrated
Monthly Journal and Housekeeper's Magaiine,
and on. copy of our n-w and elegant premium
"A9KIU A oi.caiu,"
A masteriiieoe of ths Dusaeldorf school cf genre
painting, by Prof. Jordan, alzs ift'xlS,'-., ex
ecuted in the highest atyle of ths art. lUtail
price of, arhich u o, sua a copy or uis ioiiow
lns beautitul coem descrilitiva of tbe ehromo, In
elegant illuminated colors for framing .
Ay I but watt, good wife, a minute.
1 have first s word to say
Po you know what to day is?
Mother, 'lis our wedding day!
Just as bow, ws aat st supper
w ben tbs guests bad gous a way
You tat that side, I sat this side,
Forty years ago to-day I
Tben what plans walald together t
What bravs thing I meant to do!
Could we dream to-day would find us
At this table me and you)
Bettor so, bo doubt Bad yet I
Bouistisnee think I cannot tell
Had our boy Ah, ye I 1 know, dean
Yss, Be doelh ail thing wU.
Well we've bad our Joy aad sorrows.
Shared our rmilee as Welles tsar;
And ths beat of all -I've bad year
faithful love for forty; year I
Poor we've been, bat set tersaksa i
Grief we've known, but never
Father for Thy endless merciea
tttut we bless toy uoiyrsraei
This Is s rare ehanae
for vou to make moa-
y. We will py roa
larse cash eommis-
slOBSand glvs yeu exclusive territory. Bend
. AnTiar. avoid nanecrssaiT correDoa-
daaoe, rseeive "a f
ones. Lpeaseesiutot whioh ra will forward
ant' sutat oartlAcais of aawacy, sto. Sse
V"'t ''s f
AJ AAJ AA J 1 AJkU
. " t ,fc . I. . w I- erf 4
P.W AD YEBTiaESKNTfs.
e i aik fob it.
f TAKE KO OTHER.
... 7 Ma.
tn tmmjmm co. moouys, e.i
WONDEBJPTJi STJ6cSsf 65,000 ,"
. ot the
Ue entire blstorfgrand &IWl.s, liM
exhibits. eurlos;tles,Tt d.vi
Week. S.OOU agenu wanted. Send quickly lor
proof of above, .pinions or offlclala, clwxi and
' KTJ'f?. '"ii O'scriptlon. and extra
at. iDtcagu, 111.
CAUTION mVTk?' 'tlnl' e''lmd aei'i
""' worShles book. Send lor proof.
lltTd. Maine " rS-
5!R E.?.trri11 Med Cards, with nam
rW 9 Po-id. L. JONES ft CO..
Nassau, N. V.
"DRUNKARD . STOPT
C. C. Beers, M. I). : (formerly of Boston) has a
lifirmlasa mi ia f Inf.n. - . . .
given without tbe knowiedg. of ttie t)titnt.
AUn on fir ths
Permneut cures guaranteed in both. Bend
forevidence. Ask OninEists for it. Addreaa
BKEKd A Co., Btrniinyhim, Conn.
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a day at home. Ants wanted. Outfit J
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HOLLOW AY'S PILLS.
I had no appetite j Hollowar' Pill gave m
S llgaairtV ntia ' "
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"1 senU for anotiicr box, aod ksp tLui io iUc
Vflllf Pilla us- maHa.lA.,d 9
Dr. Ilolloway bas cured my headache that
waa chronic. ' '
'I ffave one nf vnur Ptlt. t mv halui iA AkAt
era morbus. The dear little thins tot well in a
"My nausea ef a motainrls now enred'"
"Ynllr V. n ri f ll.llnB.nl. . 1
- w v.. ..ua.vn j m v.iiiiucn, till Hi ILtV
of noises in the head. I rublied soma of your
Ointment behind tbe ear, and tbe not. ha left."
-uu uk i uuac.j i wuni one ior a poor
"1 enclose a dollar) your pries is 23 cents, but
the medicine to m is worth adoilar.'
oenu me nv Doxes or your nil '
1 f .1 m hava .l.nu Illll.
aaa. mm " 1 , ItUIT 4 1111 UT IX-
turn mail , for Chilla and Paver
1 have over such testimonials asth.se, but
want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders '
And all eruption of the skin, Jth ointment is
molt Invaluable. It does not heal externally
alone, but penetrates with the most searchiiui
efleet to the Very root of the evil.
I irirlu'.f o.iri the following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all disease affect! nr th.ua nreana. whether
they secrete too much or too little water; or
whether they be aUliciad with (ton or gravel, ur
with aches and pains aettled in tbs loins over the
reglous of the kidneys, theas Pills should bs ta
ken according a ths printed directions, and tha
Oiatiaeut should be Well rubbed intii the email ot
the back st bed time. This traatment will givs
almost Immediate relief when all other means
For Stomachs Out of Order.
No medicine will so eflectuallv imnrnv. the
ton. oi tbe stomach as these Pills; they remove
all acidity occasioned either by intemperance r
improper diet. 1 hey reach the liver and reduce
it to a healthy action ;they are wonderfully ettica
cleua in case of spasm in fact they never tail in
curing all disordera o. the liver and stomach.
hullo WAt's I'll. 1.8 are the beat kuown la
tbe World for the following diaeanea t Ague,
Asthma, Uilioua Complaints, blotches on the
fekin. Uowels. Consumuiioo. Debility. Ilrnn.x.
Dyaentsry, Erysipelas, Female lrregulaiitiva
Fevers ot all klnda, its, Clout. Headache, Indi
gestion, Inflammation, Jaundice, Liver Coin
plainti. Lumbago. Pile, ltheuuiatitim. Reten
tion of urine, scrofula or King's tvil. Hurv
Throats, Stone and (..ravel Tic-Douloureux,
Tumor, L'luers, Worm of all kinds, Weaknea
irom any cause, etc.
None are eennina unles the mrnature of J.
Haydock. as agent for the L'nittd btatea, sur
round each box of Pills, aud Ointment. A
handsome reward will be given to any one ren
dering such information as may lead to tin
detection of any nartv or parties counterfeiting
tns medicines or Venning uie same, auowiua:
luera to ue spurioua.
Bold at the manufactory of Professor nL
laOWAT A Co. , hew York, aud by all respectable
drugiriats and dealers in medicine throughont
the civilited world, in boxes at H cents, U
eentl and Si each.
IJ- There is coaslderable saving by taking the
larger sixes .
B Direction forth guidance of patients
in every disorder ere affixed to each box
Office, 112 1 iberty St., New York
dl w-Dec U
O'CALLAHAN ft HALL,
Hoofing and Guttering a Speoialty
Slate Rootling a Specialty in
any part of Southern Dilnoia.
Lightnlnf Bode, rumps. Stores
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AN UNRIVAIaETj litTrsTai
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lUmmer lift trta MnsnKa,. I. t..t s
w J i . awaooaei nign-water mark.
We d not see what wnriri. .m i.f 71
conquer." Bat tbe publishers do not eon.
staer thai they have reached tha tthlna
thuleof excellenoe they oeUere there are
other worlds to couquer, and theT nroDoaa
to rnannepthait, n . "vvww
tbs tlUss ol mors than Slty papera UaoetlT
Iflrl'.'n "A.'7inter on tbe Kile," by Oan.
i11" 'J? A'vnterADKs About Constontt
0Pj ' Charles Dudley Warner : "Out
efily Window at Moscow" by iuwne
Schuyler i "An AmeHcaa In XorkUtan,"
eto. Three serial stories are announced
'Hioholae Kin turn."
By Dr. Holland, the Editor,
whose story of "Sevenoaks " jaye the higA
est satisfaction to the readers of the
The scene ol this latest novel Is laid on
the banks of the Hudson- The hero te a
young man who baa been always "tied to a
wotnaa'a apron strings," but who, by the
death of his mother. Is left alone in the
world to drift on the current of lite with
a lortuoe, but witaout a purpose.
Another serial. "His Inheritance," by
Mips Trafton, will begin on tbe oo repletion
ol That Lass o' Lowrle's," by Mrs. JJodg.
son Burnett. Mrs. Burnett's store, bevun
in August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which iir oeen a surprise io so e public
lb ere Is to be a series of original and ex.
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en'," by Mrs. lierrick, each paper com
plete in iwelt.
there are to be, from various pens, papers
"Home Life and Travel"
Also, practical suggestions as to town and
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Mr. Barnard's articles on various Indus
tries ot Great Britain include the hlrtory of
"ftorue fcxuerilDcntll in Co-oneretinn A
ocousu jjoai actory" in the .November
number, aad "Toad Lane, Itochdale," tn '
Decembvr. Other papers are, "The British
Workitiirtnun's Home." "A Nation of Bhon-
kecpers,' "Ha'penny aWeek tor the Child,"
A richly illustrated series wilt be given on
"American Sport by Flood and Field," by
various writers, and each on a different
theme. The sublect of
"Household and Homo Saeoration"
will have a prominent place, whilst the
productions ot American humorists will ap
pear from month to month. The list r
shorter stories, biographical and otOrr
sketches, etc., Is a long one.
The editorial department will continue to
employ the ablest pens both at home and
abroad. There will be a series of letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wei
lord. The pages of the magazine will be open,
as heretofore, so far as limited space will
permit, to tbe discussion of all themes af
fecting the social and religious lite of the
world, and specially to tbe freshest thourht
of the Christian thinkers and scholars ol
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