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EJlTtUAL MUTT ITIW.
-ThitoitJthtLojttabM Iweu tan
(land om emtletttor . vfflot at Chtafro,
tnd ttat 1M frUl probably accept, U
proved Mm. Bock to tbe rmult of til
tbUcUuof rami. '
The Utlrteea coujiUh InTextt which
lMtTuwnlMdMTea milium five bun.
dred thousand, busuclt of wlteat, valued
ittiftitmUUo dollan, will tint yar
douhta an theae fbruitn. Neatly all oi
ttili wheat finite Iti way to St. Louis.
A IVtdiinfton telegram sayi It
ttwms to be settled that Mr. Fith hai the
relutal of the English rahulon, but that
Mr. Plerrepont will not return belore the
autumn. ' Mr. Ffsli hai not yet made up
hit mind to accept, but it ii believed he
will ultimately do to.
Tlx proposed change of uime front
"Proteatant EpUoopal" to "Catholic"
church, will come np before the general
convention In a tew wetkt, and wilt no
doubt be the lubject of long and perliap
angry debate. The subject Is worthy .of
John O. Tbompaon, chairman of the
Ohio DemecraUo central committee Is
now la Washington, and speaks hopeful
ly el the prospect for Democ ratio success
In Ohto this tall. Ue believes the Be-
publicans have entirely girtn up all
hop ot Uatiog (heir tfafe ticket, and
have resolved to make a desperate effort
to secure the legislature in order to se
cure the United States senator to succeed
Stanley 'Matthews. Thompson believes
the Democrats will elect a majority of
tlte legislature and the entire state ticket.
State Jkoiiferr "In transferring by
lease the Cairo Builktin to his succes
sors, Mr, John H. Obcrly takes, as be
say, French leave of the paper. We
had not supposed that John had in his
veins the blood of the Milesian kings,
but it seems probable that he can claim
that honor, as bis French leave is ex
pressed tn a half column ot good hum
ored raillery at his own (allure to make
a financial success of his paper, and
equally good natared wishes lor his suc
cessors." On Saturday night a gang of ruffians
dislocated the track on the railroad
within flity miles oi St. Louis, for the
purpose ot throwing a passenger train
down a bank, os as to have an opportu
nity to roo the passengers In the confu
sion. The Infernal scheme tailed be
cause the train was running very slow
when It reached the trap set for it, but
the engine was thrown down the bank,
and the engineer, firemen, and another
man who was on the engine were killed.
It Is lull time lor the St. Louis papers to
again give advice to tbs governors ol
Southern states to bunt down criminals.
-The New York Tunes, bitterly op
posed to the enterprise, states that the
friends ot the Texts TactAc In Washing
ton are confident that the recommends-
WHIM HHlHa..ii.lai., v. aMUUtll-
em line to the Paclflo will help the
scheme, and that they will be able to oc
curs at the coming sessloa legislation
that will enable them to construct the
road. It la also stated, says theJW,
with considerable directness, a coming
from the president, that should the
Texts people succeed In having their bill
passed by congress St wilt receive execu
tive approval.. -
The death pi Hon. John Lathrop Mot
ley, the American historian, occurred In
England. Mr. Motley was a native of
Massachusetts, and early devoted himself
to literary pursuits, after graduating
at Harvard and studying in Germany,
file two histories, "Tht Rise ol the Dutch
Republic," and "History of the United
Netherlands," have given him great dfc.
Unction as a careful historian and a pa-
ueni teener in tne records of the past
These books are charmingly written, and
gave to English and American readers
some entirely new and attractive read-
mg. jui aiouey was tor tlx years
United States minister to Austria, having
Deen appointed by Mr. Lincoln. Grant
appointed him minister to England, but
subsequently removed him, because he
was not subservient enough to the one
answering the Hew York Herald, calls at
tention to the fact that there has not been
made a tingle Federal appointment in
the South that has in the slightest de.
gree strengthened the administration
The truth Is that very few of tho ob
noxious appointments of Grant have
been changed, but where they have been
the new appointees are usually quite as
objectionable as the old. From Virginia
ro Texts there are not twenty acceptable
men filling government positions. Carpet-baggers
and renegade Southern men
.l. . .
mm iam man fWI WllQOUl CUaltCtcr or
posiuon, ana Having no Interest la the
states where their official duties are per
formed, stll roost as they did In the
days of Grantlsm. A few. removals of
Grant's appointees have been made,
mii in no ease Bare tne people been the
gainer by the change.
STaTMiauDend Kew Jersey are
swarming wita the seventeen-year
locust. The Sew York World gives s
loag account of these Insects, which a
any bu brought in countless numbers.
The Werli ujt. ."A few days ago the
earth under the trees began to open with
iunumersble circular holes, and an Inch
in length and completely enveloped iua
light brown irsnoeeiit shell, came
crawling forth. Bouiitlmet there would
wly be from twelve to fifteen of these
botes under a tree, and again the ground
would be riddled like a altve. Ai they
crawled along the ground they burst
their light ixtortor covers or shells, and
trogttod forth, pttftettrtomtd erlnged
litttota, ktavlnff their outgrown shells
b jhlnd the under the trees. . They
envied c. t1 tr : trunks ahng.
lag to th tiara with tbelr forked
MstaeaM. Itihe have reached they
craw) out tt the MfthsbraQ9ha tad
fatten themselves to the) growing twigs.
Tbey never attach treiuselres to the
branches except at a distance from the
trunk, and commonly within eight inch
es ot the farthest tips. Trees can now1
bo seen on Staten island whoso branches
are weighed down at Use ends aild black
ened with tho swarms. Here, the grouo d
In many places is lltturally honeycombed
under the trees, and the shrubs and
flowers, as well as the trees, are covered
with a clinging burden of insects. The
flowers in many gardeus will be injured
from the more weight of the locusts, but
It la not believed that tho shrubs and
trees are likely to suiter. Tho female
locuit undoubtedly euts the leaves
and tender pith of the twigs, but it is
not voracious, tud the great body of tho
tree will not bo jtonched. The mules
keep Us prolonged humming, their in
cessant rub-a-dub-dub, iroui morning to
night, is the ouly annoyance which is so
far appreciable. The shells cover the
ground, but the insects have crawled
out ol the war, and the more nervous
residents have overcome their first dU
like at crushing tho crisp, hollow bodies
at every step. Old farmers any that the
sevcuteeu year locusts do more good
than harm. Ot course wiiuy of the
twigs wither aud fulll oft', Lut the irees
do not suflvr, nor Is the fruit crop dam
agea. n is a common tradition among
tbe farmers that, after tho locust year,
tbey bave the following season an un
usually large apple crop; fur the locint
serve to prune tho tree, and tho fruit
trees are actually benefitted by their
The Wants of the South.
An Oatllae of the AdmlnUlrnlion'i
Pollcy-Projeei or Vault lmMtrl
ace M fcueouragea.
A Washington special to the Cincin
nati (Jommercuil says :
The South is making formidable prep
arationt for urging upon congress at
the approaching session the various
senemea of internal improvement that
Have grown somewhat familiar in the
past few years. It Is Indisputably a fact
that tbe Southerners Interpreted a Dortion
of Hayes' Inauguial address to mean
that it will be the policy ot hia adminis
tration to encourage schemes of this sort
by congressional appropriations, aud
under this Interpretation tliey have al
ready gone vigorously to work to edu
cate public opinion at the North in fa
vor of their interests, and to win over
and secure pledges from the new con
gressmen tt the North whose assistance
will be absolutely requisite to secure the
Prominent Southern men aro notice
able now-a-days traveling throughout
the North, and whatever may be the os
tensible purpose ot their journevings
there a purpose is found to be nine times
out of ten, to work up the plans referred
to. Tbey urge that the president is
committed, not only by the passage in
his inaugural, to which they attach so
much importance, but also by what they
aro pleased to consider implied promises
made by his friends last winter during
tne electoral count, i ncy no not nesi
tate to amrm tnat sunn promises were
made them, and their determination to
Insist that tbey shall be strictly lultilled,
anu on tneir own construction.
They have not been ablo to show
promises In black and white Irom the
president's friends guaranteeing support
wtAMtt utau ritiiiw i tan5- .-m :
Mississippi Icrees snd the cotton tax re
funding propositions, and it will probably
be demonstrated that no such evidences
of tbe bargain are in existence. At
tne same tune it is true that a much
more liberal feeling toward these
schemes, and the Texas and J'acillc in
particular, was felt and displayed by
Northern congrestmon last winter than
ever before, and in view ol . the work
done then and since they are amply jus
tified in entertaining the belief that their
prospects are much brighter thnn they
Just what the president meant by the
passage In his inaugural referring to the
claim of the South for material assist.
anoe to. develop her resources has never
neen autnoritativeiy explained, but it is
insisted by the friends of the ari minis-
tratlon that whatever he mav have meant
he certainly did not mean to countenance
ei'ner one ot the above schemes. A lib
eral allowance for lrapiovement of the
river and harbors, long neglected in the
Boutn, will not be opposed by this class
ot friends of tbe aminlstratlon, while
there are many others who have hereto
fore opposed the Texas and Pacific who
now express a willingness to vote for It,
and work to secure its success. They say
they will do this, while thev are. mi
principle, opposed to the practice ot pay
ment by tbe government of such subsi
dies ; yet, becauto the South hag not
profited as has the North, in the last six
teen years, they are willing to make an
exception in this case.
They further agree that in thus foster
log the material interests of the South
tbey are giving directly the ttrongett
aid and encouragement to the new policy,
which will best be promoted by a revi
val ot business such at they think would
be brought about by the construction of
It Is early to juduo of tho probabilities,
but present appearances are clearly in
favor of the passage of the Texas Pacific
bill and very liberal appropriation! for
the improvement of rivert and harbors.
The Mississippi levees and cotton tax
refunding projects do not seem to be
nearly so certain to succeed. If, how
ever, tbe president, in hit innaaiB-e.
should take around against these
schemes, they will receive a backset
from which they may not be able to re
cover. The changes In tne senate made
by accessions of native Southerners have
renaerea u almost certain tbat that body
will give the scheme a handsome oisjor
Ity. Tht house will not be so easily
bandied, but unless tbe president Inter
teres in a most decided manner the house
wiu oe carried. -
. SIXTH STREET
Blo WMhingtoB snd CosiBKrcial Avcnuci
Transient Bates: 11.60 Per Day,
wwmuj man juuuiuiy xtOBTu-
ers Accommodated tt
Bates to Suit the (
Tho Crystal Saloon
Billiard Parlors---' "'
lu Connwtion with Kuropus, Is rurniilieH with
k lufiiUc'l wiihe tnnl w.nn sad liquors ni4
Sftllfcs UUm ft ltHll.,
1 HAJWY WALJKXB,
renVv Vtcaka tacrotu. ma rxaxte.
t-'l . Celebrated Amcrknn
WbftM SPECIFIC '
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
fPHE countenance is pale ami
X leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a lirciiiiiscribei sjhH ou
one or both cheeks ; the ey es become
dull ; thquiiil.sdilate j an aiurescmi- -circle
runs along the lower eye lid ;
theno.se is irritated, swelLs.and some
times bleeds; a swell ingot' the in. ijicr ,
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; iu
uniisii.il secretion of saliva; (slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the mornhig; ''apatite '
variable, sometimes voracious, witha
gnawing sensation ol the stomach, at
others, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
a:id vomiting; violent p.Jns through
out the abdomen ; bowels irregular,
at ti:nri roslive ; stools liniy ; not
u i!'rejic;uly tinged with blood ;
b.'lly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; re;iiatio:i occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough iometimesdry and convulsive;
une.uy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth ; temper varia- '
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
aro found to exi'sit,
DR. C. MVLANE'S VERMIFUGL'
Will certai.ily fi'c t a cure.
IT DOKS NOT UiNTAlM MERCURY
n any form ; it is an innorcnt prep:
rat ion , not capable of daing the siitfit
est injury to ihe most tender infant.
The genuine Dn. MVI.anf.'r Vr.n
MlFUcc bears the signatures of C.
Mf Lane and Fi.f.minc, Bros, on the
: o: -OR.
The:e Pill i are not recommended
as a remedy f? "nil tho ills that
flesh i.i heir to," hut in ntlL-etions of
the Liver, nnd i 1 a I Bilious Com
plaints, Djvpe;): ii and ttck Head
ache, o di.j.". s of that character.
they fctuiid without a rival.
aoitk a::d fever.
Mo h ".t.r .i.'.iatiin can loused
pj'opar.ilory t ), or alter taking (ui-
n i no.
As si fchii;!) purgative they are
BKW UIK OP IMITATIONS.
Thu gcnu'ino uie never sugar
i.'ach box h;is u red wax seal on
the lid, witli the impression Dr.
MVLank'h Livkr Pima
Each wrapper heiirnthesiguuturen
off.'. Lank and Fi.kminu Hroh.
Id by all respectable druggists
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U THIS CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clot.
Vomer l&tb St. tna Oommarola) A
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
, STRATTON & BIBB,
A0ENT8 AHEBIOAK fOWSX 00
57 Ohio Lovee.
0. D WILLIAMSON,
And llr la
. 16 OHIO LTKE.
1??,V- kl .tt'otiot '' taeoalfmUMl
J. D DEANE, Prop'r.
f-aieof ihe St. fhirlei.
RATES: 12.00 PER DAY
Bagg.ge Taken To tod From tho
. TA ff'X as
0HAlTItO MARCH SI. 189s
CITY If ATIOWAL BANK. CAIBO
A. H. SAFFOKD, VrfMexA,
lb. TAYLOR. Vine FrMiiknt.
W. HY8L0P. Seo'v nl IVuiird.
P.W. Bajiclit, Chas. Gaiiuusr,
t. H. Hrocuurra, Vavl d- 6mvh, .
8. Ii. CtWXMGHAIf . 11. h. HlLLJDAT, '
' J. M. Phillim.
1NTKHK8T paid sn depoaiti at tht w ol six
percent, per mauni, March lit ami itcplcm
fit M. Iutcreat not withdrawn is kIiIkI imme
llately to tht principal of the depo.it., thereby
(ivinx them conwound intrrrxt
Harried Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
Opea trrrj buimmday rtota 8.m. to t p.m.
ad Saturday .T.nlug . lor nviugt UvfKtaila only
roiii to o'clock.
W. HTBtOP. Traaamrer.
Si-B. Vic I'rei'l.
H. Welle, Cannier:
T. .1. Kerth. AeM.
Sorrier OonmeroUl At, and St Street
K, Ilroia, Cairo. Wm. Klojre, Cairo."
1'. .Ned, Cairo. Wm. Wolfe, Cairo.
I . Siinaiika, Cairo. R. U Billingaler, t. Louia.
K. Ilu.ler7 Cairo. H. Wella, Cairo.
'. H. Brinkman. 8u Louis.
J. Y. CleiDwn, Caledonia.
Ueneral Buuklua; Hualueaa !.
ty'EzchanKC told and bought. Intereat paid
n the Having. Department. Collection! made,
ndallbiiAineft.nrorniitlv attundM to.
City National Bank
W. V. 1IALUHAY, Prealdeiit.
UENUt L, HAii.iv. V io lJit. I
5 Ii UVTIrURU, CAhlef.
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b. Staat. Ta.Ti.oa,
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H. D. Wii.Liawro.
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K II. CD MKOUAU,
W. I. HlUILAf
Exchange, Coin and United SttUea
" Bond Bought and Sold.
DEPOSITS revived nl a gtiornl Ui.klc
M il l h l;
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BOOTS & SHOES
Coffee, Sugar 6c Syrno,
Specialty in Teas.
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CMtiBoateand fl e will inward, oniyr"
Mfhi'T"1', nuwnillceat Illustrated
Monthly Journal end Housekeeper'. Magazine,
hr,omo.C2;,Ti,N0Urn',r n4 e&Wt tKmiam
"AShINf A BLE88INO.
A . ... , . . wunoQl"'
tainting, by 1-rol. .Ionian, alze iWCl&?.. rx-
uuted lathe lnjl.e-t .tl of the art. Hetai
Retail lHfl? or' I" '. and a eoDf of the follow-
HI MaUtirul DOCD) il. . I...lu. II, .limn... in
elegant UluniiniM color J tot framing.
Art lut win, K00(i wlJi,f t miuutf;
Ioym know wh.t to day Is?
Mother, 'n, out wedding day!
1. we Mt t supjier
uu tut Kue.t. aad gone away
Sat tills I
onj Tears agu to-day I
r- thinaa I meant to !
v.uuiu weaream to-da
.uiu muie me and your
Better , no doiibt-and yet I ' "'
Bometjnes think I cannot tell- ,
Uudourboy-jh.Tcel Ikaow.Ucari I '
u, tit aoetlralf thlnf. well. - 1
fl'ell ve w had our Joyt antlsorrowa,
oharwlourcmilca aa wellaa tear.i
A?!17.tuJ.bu" ' U -I'v ba4 y.ur . '
althfti love for forty years!
Poor we'n been, but not foraakani
rlei n've known, but never liume-
ru' 1 Thy .mlleee mrrele
fctill wo bless Toy UolyneliMl
Thia l a rare ehauee
for you to make mon
ey. We win nay you
n. 2fi ' m lulv twrltory. fiend
Sfi 1'i "old uoneatary oonrcapon.
otnee, receive your territory, eedgoto work at
JJUJi. ,?5.oe'l,,of WBln we wl" forward
SSflJfjKS. f oerfl e t Wtvej. etc. ripeel.
KPJJ JJeenta. nose tre?.- ,
- ibimd mm 1 1 muill ..
A BUTCHER h U
Dealer in Fresh - Meat
Btwa WMhlnrtou tnd , Commarola
ATau , dJolat Hmbi'i.
TT KKPS lor sale Ihe best Bwf, fork, Mullo
S. Veal. Lamb. Sauaaaa. Aa.. acd la d
t t faiuiliaa la an anaia!l man
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I U W. n. MABEAN, M. D.'
Hoznceopailiie Physician asl Surgsro
Dr. llriKliam a Sucor )
Office 130 Commercial Ave.
2-l-lm JCalro, Illinois.
Kpealal ulteution ftiVun'to tbe tttaimaii t '
Chronic Dm'hpi- and .illtrMel pewillai f
). II. Ml'lkkv, D.T. iist.i.t, J.M. Laxbmh
MULKEY, LINEGAR & LANSOEN,
Attorneys at Law, ;t:
OKl'KK: Commercial Avenue, at ollice oi
Murmur A Itn.iWu . ; , l-:7-am .
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W.C. JOCELYN, D, D. C.
om.ie on Eighth aireet. betirewi H'anliitiston
ami Commercial avenue., Cairo, ,1U.
yu. . SMITH
Physician Sc. Surgeon,
Office In Winter'. Itlook, corner Seventh and
Cominerciiil Avenue, (entrance on Seveotb.
Keaideneu Thirteenth street, went of Washington
O. HARRISON LEACH.M D
Kcpecial attention given to Homeopathic
treatment ot Mtreical diseases, ail chronic
i (lisea.es and ill.eanei ol woraea and chill
uren. umce on wommeroial avenue near
Mnta street. t:AlBO, ILL,
Special Attenllun raid to
NIGHT OR DAY TIME,
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uo. i-iuaDurg- Pa. Kveiy kettle made of
nun iron, warrantea anu Kiuruntred not to oon
tain any lead or wneni': 01 uy other poisonous
mutter wliirnever .'i-h-Ihi
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F. M. STOCKFLETH,
To my former patrons and the publio generally :
Having formed a co partnership with F. Bross who Is well
and favorably known In the city and vicinity, I hereby return my
thanks for past favors and patronage; arid solicit a continuance
of the same In the future. F. M. STOCKFLETH.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City National Batk Building, op-ilairt.
;h Oldaat Eat&bUah4 Aonoy in SouttJ i
ana Illinois, representing ow
tftS QUO OOP
'1'be Southern Hotel burned il own, und
t how mnuy people carry their own
nsK". tioatouce to II
In tins ti;rrit)le 8t. I.ojIh lire wm great,
obtain ii l.iii- Insurance l'olh'y tt once,
since one-tentli ot all the ileutbs in the
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taken (rota tahulai' atatemeots, the reliabil
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liirr)ii)r., ciu tt..- my.Un., i.r ii-prujiut"
, . , wm pvn-, munniimoi town.
n.m:ilK..l uiii triimtliliuiid An il!uilr.tnl bu.i ill -ilna ji J
t..f P'.tuu. rmlmt,ahitliriiuMlli.kiBlaiHlrriv-ku3
k f. N iu iiiHjir wul fl.riilfti.
A FHIV ATE JtfiDlCAL TBEATISon tlldimw.
Private Malum l lliinlmn.. ikU il.b
" " jmin. nd Ihe tneimut cure.UUiuiia
latbiCAi, AIJVICBon H.iiiind t'hmnlr Iimih,
Vi i.iiul U.akn. ii, latirtll. Cmtr, Kupturr,lir Dli.uu'
Mul.it. e., ...i oik ! under m lur Hi etifail
ihr.'e toeiki ni.iininf 4Op(fe..iHli.v.rTllLmw..na
kiiiiii!iiili..,ubjiTt, .eut eour.ly sealed ou n.
.'t-lpl or 00 et. A.l.lr.... Dr. Bulls' Di.Mr.tsrw.
N. IJ N. Nk I Mi.. Mo. bSmSSTih?)
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St. Louis, Mo,
raOB. A.EICE,A.M.L. L.B.,
iw. juus, a. ii.,
I, n. HUBWOOD,
FULL LIFE SCHOLAHSHIP! $81 00
T08T Comnlele. Thorough
Ivi course of htudv in the United
course tnuispenaible lo c
every young lutin em-
her King on the in of life.
For Illaslrtted. Circular,
THOS. A. HICK, A.
M..L. I.. II.,
DRS. CANINE & WHITLOCK,
llavlun euteiod luto a co-partnership, ur lie
Eurwose of liractloiusr doutiatry, In all it
ranches, wouldresptotiully inform those need
ing; the services oil dental operator, tbat they
are prcpured to attend to their wants lu every
Tho lllliug of teeth don in theniot tatialac
tory wanner. Itiierting artificial dentures, al
ways with a view of restoring, a far as prau
llruble, the loot contour and natural expression
uf l lie moat improved method and materials.
Teeth estmctad ahsolutuly without twin by
Using nitrous oxide gai.
Tbey extend an Invitation to all, to call and
see them and toliuit a liberal share of llialr pat
rnnage. Work guaranteed. 1'rlees moderat..
UA.NLSE A WlIIl'LOCK,
tam, Utwiw till and no its
T'i-orlave, line ronewoixl (not iineil
over ai nmiith.l. tlaO: cu.t kUi.
JTSTTR, !""' wholeaaJe. Great lr
' DAuANSKlli",' Nearly new, SJO; t stoi.. tl.
""7 ' stopa t't ft atps V.: 7 aloti. w,
J .tup. -.fti lil stop, t v. lu t'o. Km- opirttin.
Itea, 'eworgunsatwholea.)e, Beware imita
tion.. Ileal ever lnaile, liKAtJ. rtent on Id
!days leal trial, Money relnndeil aiul IrelKhl
paid bolli way. If iinaatUladnry . r.at, ln.'ai.
Ak nu wantMl. Di.rount to teae.hera, mini.ter.
etn. Adilr-.. Diniel F. Ileaity, akblnglun,
iNewJcraey. ' " '
! Kfifi ! in "0"r own town. Term, ami
pWI tootitUt tree. II. Ilil.l.KT CO., Port
' To KHlloniil Invalid!. la sie.kiieM
I vif y iKM-tion ol the l ly ymiathlze with Uie
at of tlie ili.opler, W hen the itouiach fall, to
i lierforin 1U liinctiuiin, ihe liver, Ixiwela, nere
1 i"in'' arteries, eic , arc all more of iea.aflerteil
lhec(.eliiiiientt re.ijlr a meilicine, eonilmi-
... .m irieruifl in a siiiinai'jilR, an alterative,
uurx.iive. a trmir. ana
a se.!alive to hriue
larrint'i UwtwA Ssltssr Lml
thi Krwt saline remeily for inMisesliwi, and it.
soli hy ail ili ug-
$55 to $77KVrlk,l
Agnt. tlOOI TUr
. O. VICbKRV, An.
1 1 J a day i biu.. Azei
plZ Mii l.nu. fiw. TRI E
t. wantcil. Oullii
A CO., Augii.Li,
THE BLACK HILLS.
Hy If, N. Mamitre, who .pent 1J veers in ihla
gi'n. Latest aci'oiintu or irolif and iilver
, iuiiei:la, agricultural anl arulnsr rourv..
' fhfiiAle. hlintlnir unit ri.l.inir ..
Western life, Uie waterfall.
... .. win. luriu, ininina; aoo wiw
noble scenery, imineu-4 gorges, etc. With tl
i 'me illiietrultuna. and new luap. Price O.NI.V
WCE.VM. fold by all newsSealera, o" sent
po.tpii f.,r 12 enu hy llOSiXtXI.ti', I.oi l
Co, Publisher, (biirsKO, Ills. '
BEERS M. D
r.y of Hokton. lu.
ahArrulfe cute for IN I Kill'
i ran hetrivrn without the knowledge o the
i iiriii, .i iu wiir lur Hie
j Opium Habit
Permanent rnres yuarantoed In hoth. Alt
, ilrugietJ" tor it. Acilres.
. , htKKS o., Hirmlnrr.am. Conn
! "JACKSON'S BEST"
was awarded the highest )irie at the centennial
exposition lor its fine chewing qualities, the i
c.rienoean.1 lasting eharacter ol Its .weeteolng
andn.vorinK. If yon want the heat lobao o
eeer inane aa- your grocer for this, and i
that each plim I lean our blue slrlite traile mark
with words Jackson.' Bes on it. hohl bv
Jobbers. Send lor sample to c. A. JACKSON
Manufacturer, i'etembiirir. Va.
e) C Extra Fine Mixed Oarda, with rune
60 lO ota., tyid. I. .JONES A Cu,
Jaau, N. V.
OC EXTH Fl Vk tJAflDN, no two alike,
7. . with name, lOeta. 1. H. IIAKOKR,
Maiden n ridge, N. V.
$5 tO $20r,r,retTllN
home. Sample worth
'Zaccaia's Patent, Pipyrojnpi"
rpiIIS PAI'VROtiRAPA WILT. I'KODUCE
X 1 rom one tr a thptisand fan-tiimll ies of an v
design, writing, drawing, maps, notice, price
list, examination itaprr, etc. , mlng one writ
and an ordinary coiyingpres. The prorers i.
aimple, easy, and iapid. Send for deacriutlve
circular, and address TI1K PaPYIMlRAPIt
CO , Norwich, Conn, or JOHN MONTI ETH.
409 N. Sixth St. St l-ouis. Mo.
B. F. Blsiko
r?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
r7ll Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, tto.
tlways uo hand, the celebrated illumlnetla ,
1'oaaaa' JBvt. lldluKi
Corner Eleyentb Street and Waaains?
i ton Aresna.
Eugllsh Brussels. Throe Ply and Ingrain
aftto, ist.ir Carpeta,Velvet Rugs, Crumb
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., yery cheap
112 FULTON ST., NBW YORK
I'arpeU carefully sacked and tent to tn
part of tbe United Htttet freeofebeif.
triEXD rO PRIOSXIST.'W
J A, BXNDALL