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f the leading burtliit cB house whose advertise
u.ent may In- fuuud InTui ti lxkti.s.
t. 0. Patlor A Co., Commercial avcuue aud Nine.
Ciias. R. stuwart, Eighth snoot,
Carl Pclurs & l!ri).. Eighth atreri.
Petti Illiii, Wasliiujtou avenue mid Eighth
Dr. J. II. Marcan; offim, 110 Cumin. Trial aunuu.
III-. W. '. Jo e!yn, Eighth near Commercial
Dr. E. W. Whitlock, Liu Cowmen ial avenue
llubt. Smyth, No. Ohio levee
I!. 11. Caude;-, No.TUObio leveclup sinrsi.
Enuitabio Life, of Nevt York, comer Twelfth aud
Widow aud Orphuu Mutual Aid Society. Seventh
aud Coiuni'-rdal avenue.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Lluegar & Landi'ii. No. 113 Commercial aviune.
OENEEALCOMVUSSION MEK( HANTS.
Haliidav Broa., proprietor Egyptian Mill
tltnkle, Thlatlewood Jfc Moore. Sos. li aud PIT
. DRIt'JUISTS -WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Mirclay Hroa.. Ohio levee and r-orner Eighth aud
City National, Ohio levee.
I W alter. Eighth street.
lioetil'-r liroi-.. Corner Eighth and Washington.
(. j j :i ji.jii . Three SUiti .
J, un "-p-ont. corner Twelfth and
RRACKET SI'OKE. ,
E C FmmI Comer Niulb and Comin'-r ia!.
.'.l.eo Meiuhoiise, Eijihth treet.
Jf. ILT1MF. CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R li
,S a in. I Mail
g:Ui p.m. Express
I AIROA YINi ENNES It. I!
10:0:. p.m. I Mail ....V. na m.
CAIRO A sr LOL'IS I! H.
Kxpr' r :KI p.m. I Expre " a. m
Au-unt'datioa :: p.m. I Aeeotu'datiur. :W. ni
HIC ). ST. LOl'ISANDNEWOIlLEANs II. K
Mall . .'. .V-jOp.m. i Mail.... 5 -OP a.m.
C A. JcT. H.' II.KOAD
Tex-" . 2:10a.m. i Tna xpr r i:l.'.p m.
Avtcu..i..i(lt'u. ::)!. tn. ,
' ENK1IAI. 1EI.IEI: .;ieti in.;ine
I J : f.i p.m. ; Suuduy : to 0 a. ui.
Mimv Older D-pirtment npcu at a. in.; ciui-tt
a: !i p. m.
ThniQjh Exprras Mui!i ia ti!iiioi Central aud
Miaaiipp Cv'arrai Hi!rni.ri elun.- at li ' p. m.
Cairo aau ro''ar Bind Turou'i ud Way Mail
0 e5 li::'' p. ui.
Wiir Mail Tin llliuoia Ceutra'. Cairo and Vin
(nue and Mlre.tpipl'i Central ilnilroad-ilcte at
:." p. a:
Way Mj.! fc: Narro. (ja.ijjo liailror.u cluKia at t
Cairo aril Kvanvil)i Kiver floute t'.o-e" at fi:S0
. m. it'.:f (eioept t'rida) i.
l ily Officers
Miy or -N H. Thitlevood
Trva nr. r-Ldard Deionta.
i leik-Dennl. J. Foley.
oin. lor- Wm. It. liiibert.
Marshal I.e. I.slluo.
A'torucy William HeadricW
rii;t or Ai.ui.r.n.v
Tir; Ward-W'm. O'Callahan. M.J. Howlcy
swuud Ward -David T. Llne-;ir. C. 11. Wood-a-ard
ru.,lir...llC I U'rtilit K.Ou-rt Smith.
I uti'i i.niu ... .
Fourth Ward-Charle O. Taller. Jamt kM!atun
1 W aid
T. W. Hulliday. Km--
' II. Tcilit.
( . .Itidrfi: -O A. Harker
eifciiit ch-rk-.l. A. H-ue.
t onntv .Indee- 11. s. Ywum
t'oumv Clerk -S. J. Il:i:imi
Conritir Attorni'V- W, '.
T. W llall.day. .VI. V
County Treaurer - A. J.
sheri:! -John llodi;ei.
Coron-r- !! Ftt7.:er:i.f. .
l'.rou. simuel hnlev
( Ill ECHFS.
VFKIt AN M E.-Fourteenth street. Ii. tweeti
Walnut and Cedar treet; erv ice Sabbath II
a. in. and T ::v p m
; suinhy ci hix.l l:;ii) p. m.
;hleentll teel; Iili;
; pri'J' hiu iKc.i"on:ill .
Kj b-:h lo.:
CH! R.'ll i IF THE lll'DEEMER- lEpiseopal)
' F'lurteeiilii street: Monilti pravn tsabbathi
lu-.'W a. tic: evening priijers, 1 :") p.m.; Sulibath
rchoul ! a. 111.
MUST MISSIONARY II'TIT ( IHHC1L
V l'reucliln at In: VI . m.. .1 p. m.. and T: 10 p. in
f.iblinth ..hooi ut '.:: p. m. Rev. T. J. Shores,
I'll IF. RAN -Thirteentli treet: service Snb
j in tfi l::so ii in.; Sunday ihooi J p. m. Kev.
ivunppi , pa-tor
METIIoDlsT C'T. KiirlHli ami Walnut "treets;
1'r. Htliint: Sabbiith ln::in a. m. nnU V p.m.;
pniver m-.-liii-. Wed:i"-day T:: p. m.; Suudny
.sch'iiol. I a. tu. Rev. Whlttaker. pator.
IJHESIIYTERIAN--Eighth street: preaehltiL mi
Sabbnth :il ll:tl a. m. nud T.iUp. m.; prayer
meeting Weilnesdiiv tit 7::tp. m.; Suudny School
at :i p. m. Rev. II. Y. ticiirue. puMor. -SECOND
FREE WILL H.UTlsT - Fifteei th
atr"i't, lietne.-ii Will tin t mid Cvdnr stieets,
vire- Salibnili ut :ituid T :ni p. tn.
ST. JOSEPH'S -(Romiiu Ciillin'.lei Comer Cms
, i.tid Walnut treets; serviei- S'l'Omlli 10 ::m u .
in. : Sntidny School ut -J p. iii. ; Vcpor .1 p. m. ; ser-
li-e cveiy'duy ut p. m.
t-T. PATRICK'S -(lltitiitiu Catholic i Corner Ninth
O ir-el mid W:ililui;ton avenue; servici-s Sub
n:ith Hand lna. tn.: Vespers it p. in.; Sunday School
! p. in. ; services every day ui b p. in. Rev. F. .a.iul,
Obtained for new Inveutloiis. or for Imprnvemcuta
u old oin's ; for medical or other compound, trade
ii Vrka and liihel. Cuvteit. Asslirnuieiit. Inter
('retiees Appciil. Suit lor Infringement)', and
all cHAHnrll under the Puienl Law, prompt
lv attended to, Invent Ion that have neon
1 1 Li I VI 'T V H I'Jf "", I'atent. Ollle.u may a-t Ml.
Uliisl fA;l li I' In most cae, litilmtented by
in Dldn opposite the I'. S. 1'iitetit Department,
ii nil enuaireil iu l'ntent business exelulvely, we cut)
iniike closer curelie. mid seenre Piiteni more
jii'ompilv. and with broader chilina, lliun Ihosu who
,i-(. l-emdte from WHshlliilloU.
1 VV lVTi kUk' w'"'1 " tnodel orskelch of
J 4 V Till IVMVOvnur device; we mnki) ex
iinilitiitlonsandadvlaii N Id patentability, fiyi; ol
-liarac. All eorrespondence strictly foiilldenlliil.
Vrteea low, and w eliiiri' uulea Piituul Is serurnd.
Wo refer In Va-hlni;tiin. to lloo Postmasier
ti.'tuiral D. M. Key. Rev. K. D. Power. The Oeiman
Amerlcaii Niilloiuil Hunk, to otllclitls In the I.. . S.
patent Olllce. nml to Senator aud Uepreaeutiillvea
1n C -nirresst nnd especially la our client In every
suite lu llie I'nloti and in Ciinnd i. Addren
O. A. SNOW & CO.,
tfppotiU 1'aUul POKw, M'ttsuluuloo D. C.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
If U H W W W U
' V KfiWXdVU TRAINS LEAVE AND
- I .Yooli'l Tilt AKlilVK DAILY.
ST. LOUS VIA. CAIRO SHOUT LINK,
without changing cur. The direct route to
And all EASTERN POINTS,
And all NORTHERN POINTS.
TraiiJ leave aud arrive at Cairo as follow:
Express, daily except .Sunday :() p.m.
.. .1:00 a.m.
Express, dailv S:10 p.m.
Mall, daily en.'-pt hunday ... 3:10 a. tu.
tieneral Sou Agt
JOHN H. JONES.
CAIRO 1ST. LOUIS R. R.
IT. -W. HMITirKItS, KiKcivcr.
SHOUTKST SHOUT LINK BETWEEN
CAIKO AND ST. LOUIS.
Through Eipr' leaven Cairo s:i:,a m.
Thro:ij;a Kxpref arrive at E. St Louis. . 5:iaip.m.
Throiijrb Eipre leave E. St Lottia.... 'J:j a.m.
Through Exprrca arrive at Cairo 5:10 p.m.
Murihyfboroaecotniuodat Ion leave Cairo 1 :0o p.m.
Mu'pliyahuto Aec. arriveneit Murphjflmro :-J0p.ni.
Murphylioro Aec. leave Mnrpbyboru. . . S:0"a.m.
Murphy-Ijoro Act. arrives at tatro 11 :'J.'ia.m.
The Cairo & st. Loul Kail Uoad 1 th only all
IUI1 Route tjetvi ecu Cairo and St. Louia wider one
raanaement, therefore there are no delay at
way tntloni awaitiBp connectlin from other'litie.
Cloeaad ure couueclinii at St. Louis with other
linof fur Norlh, Eut aad Weft
J. A NAK.I.E. L. M.. JOHNSON.
A;ut. lienerul Maaaji r.
CAIRO it VLVCENNES R.R.
i'.l AliriVHIK SHORTEST HOl'TE TO
ui .tinriO j-:vunfiviiif.
17 Aflf VsJ THE SHORTEST TO LOT'IS-
M HjO Vll.l.E. CINCINNATI. BAL
TIMOHK AND WASHINOTON.
'! I HI IT THE SHORTEST TO INDIAN-O-t
YORK AND BOSTON - I
SIX HOURS' SAVED
Over train of nil other routes making the pame
X9T Paen?i r by othi r route to make conncc
tiuna mnrt ride all ni.-ljt. uniting from one to six
hour at small country ttaiioca lor train of con
WW VW TiVPTHE FACTandtakeonr5:(Xt
Ati.tl JjU UXIi a m trsin- .a.-h'.iis: Evan
ri'.le, ludianapoll'. Cii:. ir.nati and Loulville same
day. Traiu leare and arrive at Cairo us follows:
Mall leave StlMa.in.
Mail arrives lOtfS p.m.
Through tid trt aud 'checks to all important
V. A, MILLED 110SWELL MILLER.
Oen'l I'a. Apetil. (teneral Sup'
L. U. CllL fiCII. renKcr Agent.
i Commission Merchants,
FLOl'K. ORAIX AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
lliflifst Cash Price Paid for-VVlieat.
IK J "J A w t-t-f in your own town, and no
!j 1 'capital iil.ei!. Yon can a.vo thu
nuines a uiai witnoiii expense.
I'hn best opportnnlty ever o3ered for
those willing to work. You chould
i i v iiiitliiniF else till vim - for vonr-
elr n liar yon ran ilout the tjn'lucss we offer. ro
rnom to explnln huh). 'on can devote all your
lime or only j our spare lime to the Insines. and
make yreaf pity lor every hour that you work
Women make as much as men. Scud lor speclul
private term nnd particulars, nlilcti we mall iree,
jr.") outfit free. Don't complain of bard time while
von have such a chauce. Address It. UALLETT &
CO.. Portland, Mulnc.
PR0PH1ET0R OF SPUOATS PATENT
R KFRI GERATOR 0 ARS,
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car IoatlM a Specialty.
O F FIC K :
Cor.TwellHi Street and Levee,
ILLINOIS, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25,
FvaMMamaaaMawaMaai I .HtAfNt
THE WORKWOMAN'S FRIEND.
In thnaodayaof political trlckory, a true friend
In thetluioof ueed, la friend Indeed: and alien
a IrJi nrl la
Dr. WM. HALL'S
HALSAM for the -LUNGS
It la i sure cure lor
CONSUMPTION. cOL'GHS. COLDS. ASTHMA
and all dleae of thu Luiikh, Chest and Throat
This wcdl known remedy ha been used for
thirty yeara aud Iiaa c-urad thousand of ensea,
uiauy of which were given np aa hoplesa.
No casii, however obstinat, can resist tho
healfnu properties of Dr. Win. Ilall'a Halsam lor
the Lunj,'. Trial bottles will bo furulhed L'rat
tultoualy to all who are afflcted with Luul' and
tr"Keniotnber that It la the persistent use or
thu llalsam that cures the worst rase .
JOHN' F. HENRY, CURRAN & CO.,
8 t'OLLEOE PLACE, NEW YORK.
(1) BARCLAY BROS. Wholesale ARunta.
HOP -BITTERS. '
(A Medicine, not a Drink.)
HOPS. JH'CIIC, MANDRAKE, DAN
DELION. And the Purest and Best Medical tiiiaillies o'
all other Hitters.
All dUeasea of the Stomo-.h. Bowels. Pdood.
Liver, Kidney, and I'riuary Organs, Nervous
utss, alet-pkssnesaaud eiucclally Fcuiulo. Com
11000 IN HOLD
Will be paid for a case they vyl! not cure or help,
or for aiiythiug Impure or injurious fouud in
Ask your DniL'Jist for Hop Bitter and try
them before you sleep. Take no other.
Hop Cormi Cl IiE I the sweetest, safest and best
The Hoi' Pad for Stomach, Liver nnd Kidneys
is superior to all others. AskDriiggitta.
D. I.e. Is an absolute and lrrcitali!c cure
for drunkenness. ue of opium, tobacco aud
narcotic. Send for circular.
All abore sold by druir-'M.
Hop Hitter MiinufactnrinK Co., KiKliester, N. Y.
Liver it Stomach Pads,
ON ft DOL-LAsR
THE (iREAT SPECIFIC!
x - Til 8 BEST REMEDY
IN THE WORLD!
Has proved itself by a Three Years Campaign of
Liver, Stomach and Bowels,
Produclcs a lurscr portion of wonderful und
C U 1 35 S
That, any other lli nu-il; before the public.
A PREVENTATIVE OF ALL EPIDEMIC.
Yeiiow fever. Iiilllous aud Typhoid Fevers.
ALL MALARIAL AND MIASMATIC PuISON'3
Neutralized. Eliminated uud expelled tluii:U
the ua urul excretions by
Health Rcstoriiig Liver & Stomach Pails
An antidote that has proven It repellart force
to expel Atmospheric (lertn of Disease
that Infest the air.
An Antidote nnd preventative and cure for ( hil
dren. Summer Complaint. Cholera Infantum. Scar
let Fever Measles, Whoopinu Count), etc.
A preventative that 1 hkhly appreciated by quite
a number of mothers who nave tried them.
tf-Fortios' Pads nre made from WE"N CINE MED
ICAL EXTRACTS, post.cesiDs: the best absorbent
properties kuown to cionce. having a direct appli
cation to the removal ol Morbid Organic conditions
and restoring to health, natural energy und normal
activity the vital functions which are weakened and
debilitated by disease, thu proving themselves to
posse a POWERFUL REMEDY for all disease
of tue Liver, Stomach and Bowels, as thousands
cat: testify from practical experience.
N. B. As the pricu of the Pud ha been reduced,
it makes it the cheapest and most eumeiilcnt midi-c-ition
you can use for any of the above di-vatc.
ONLY ONE DOLLAR !
ONLY ONE DOLLAR!
If after a fair trial you an." dissntislled. t ud back
your Pad to liio proprietor, and the
MONEY WILL BE REFUNDED.
tfl'V nil advice (fkfr) f-. nl symptoms and eu
quirles, (also for aiugte Pud) to
Dlt. U. W. FORRES.
I'.l W. 4th St.. Cincinnati.
W ill be sold by all druggists.
HART & 1IICKCOX,
GENERAL AGENTS, .
WW, Fourth St., CINCINNATI.
tSSce certlflcatCB In large circular at drugstore
For Sale by G EO. E. (MARA, Diu
gist, Cairo. Ills.
WHOLESALE WINF3 AND LI0t:0RS
I SMYTH it CO.,
Wliolotiile aaJ Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Liquors
Wirier of all Kind.,
NO. 00 OHIO LEVEE.
.f ESSRS. PMYTn CO. have constantly a large
Aa aiocK oi me Deal rooiIh In th mai-aei anu give
esviee.lal atlentlou to the wholesale branch of tho
Bay a Boston phyaldati, "ha no t-qnal a a blood
purtner. liuarlnu of It many wonderful cure af
ter all other remedies had fulled. 1 vlltc.dth lab
ratory, and convinced myaclf of It penulnu merit.
i . P?'p.V.d,f""n hnrk"' roo,l UU1 herba,achof
wutch la hluhly t-ffucllvp, and they are compounded
in aucu a manner aa to produce aHtoulahlnjc results.
I the srut blood purifier.
Will cure the worst case of Scrofula.
la recommended by phyiciuna aud apothecaries.
Iiaa effected aoaiu marvelous cure la cases of
Cir Uw wnrtl mam at Canku. "" f . . ...
Meets with wonderful itccea Iu Mercurial diseasea
Will eradicate Sail Rheum from the yalein.)
Rcmovea Pimples and Humors from the face.
Cures Constipation and regulate the bowels,
I a valuable remedy for Headache.
Will cure Dyspepsia.
Restore the eutir-J system to a healthy conation.
Remote the cause of Dizziness.
Relieve Faiutness at the stomach .
Cures Pains in the Back.
Effectually cnles KIduey Complaint.
Is effective lu in enre of Female Weaknesses.
Is the great remtny for (Jencral Debiilty.
; " V35GTliSr35.
II. R. STEVENS, BOSTON, MASS.
Vejetiue is Sold By all lJi'iisrg'ists',
PJnKTANS, CLEKGYMEX AXDTIIE
A FFI.ICTED EVERYWHERE.
THE GREATEST MEDICAL
TRIUMPH OF THE AGE.
Du Trrr bus succeed
d iu combining in these
CL'liE SICK UEADAC1I
pills the heretofore un-uigonl-tlc
qoulltt. r.f a
nnd a Purifying Tonic.
I heir nrst appan-nt el-
lect is to increase the ap
petite by cuuslng the
lood to properly assiml.
late. Thus the svstem is
nourirlied. nud by their
lonio netion on the diges
tive organs, regular nnd
healthy evaciiatioua are
( l RE CONSTIPATION
TI TT'S FILLS
Tne rapidity with
which the person take
Cl'RE FKVEItand Agu
(iu tlesh while under the
influence of the.e pills,
indicate their adnpln
hilltv to nourish the H.xl-
Cl'RE DILIOl'S CuLlC
. hence their etllciicv in
urlng nervous debflltv,
wastixn of th"' inuscli l
HluggishnesH ol tlte liver.
uronie cotisti nation, ami
imnarilUL' health aud
stieiiglh 1 the syMteni.
Cl'RE TORPID LIVE!
Nl Murriiv Street.
NEW YORK STORE,
The Largest Variety Stock
9 IN TJtK C1TV
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
Cor. Nineteenth street and
C. O. PAT1EK Sc CO.
Til l ft
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPn
LIVERPOOL OR A IN.
LiVEitrdoL, Novcmlicr 2'J, '4 r. u,
Wlieat uticliftiigod Winter, 10s 9d
Us ad; Spring, 10s 10s 9d;
California average, l()s 7dlls 5d;
California club, lU5dlU 9d; Corn
old "5s 8d.
NEW YORK GRAIN.
New York, November 2:J, 12 :!J0 p. m.
Wlieat quiet No. 2 Chicago, tl 40.
No. 3, Milwaukee. $1 47 tfi Red
Winter, $1 40(jl 4S; No. 2 Red Winter,
$1 36 1 U3; No. a Amber, $1 3(31 39.
Corn quiet No. 2, CO.
t'Htc.Mio, November,""" 2:1. 10 :0j trii;
Wheat December, $1 19'j,'; January,
Corn May, 43j;; November, 4l.t.
bcr, COjfa ; January, 4."'.
Pork January, $11 82,'j'.
Oats December, 1)2'; May, ;j'8.
Chicaoo, November, 23, 12 m. Wheat,
December, 1 19;; January, l 121;
November, $1 19.
Cora May, 43,; November, 41f-
41 X; Map,437j,.
OaU-December, :J2 j ; May, 3j,'.4 ; No
Pork-January, fll December,
LATEST BY TELE(iRAFH.
Havana, November 23. The covern-
ment has received offieiul reports that in the
province of Santiago de Cuba troops of the
Ayuso brigade on the loth nist., attacked
the camp of Guillermon, killing six insur
gents and binning four hundred huts which
the tollowers of Guillermon had built.
Among the killed was Lieut. Col. Toelbro
Rosst-lo. In the jurisdiction of Las Tunas
Commander Luieo Echavarria and dipt.
Angel Castillo have surrendered with a
number of men, all belonging to the com
mand of Chief Belisaiito Peratta., In the
province of Santa Clara the Spanish defeat
ed a party of insurgents, who abandoned
their horses in their flight.
SCHOONER AND FIVE S.MLOR8 1X1ST.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 23. A special to
tlid Poatid-Tw'ljuB fmui Tiit.oiiw-'ity
reports that the schooner W. B. Phelps of
Oswego went ashore at Glenarbor, Lake
Michigan, on Wednesday night. The ves
sel and her cargo of 17,000 bushels of wheat
is a total loss. Ciipt. Kelly, Robert Dewey,
Geo. Kelly of Oswego, Frank Golden, cook
of Sandusky, and a German sailor, un
known, shipped at Milwaukee, were all
drowned. First Mate Hourigan and Ed
ward Igoe of Oswego were saved.
ALDERMAN eilAHOF.D with embezzlement.
Erie. Pa., Nov. 23. A warrant has been
issued for the arrest of Alderman Libel.
charged with embezzlement of trust funds.
Liebcl is non est.
ONE WAY OF LOOKIVO AT IT.
Cincinnati., Nov. 23. Tlte Gazette in
the morning will publish an interview with
two business men of Belfast, Ireland, now
in this city, in which they state that the
sending of .aid to Ireland at. this juncture
would be regarded as an interference by
the British government ; that there is real
ly no distress that requires such extraor-
1 1 niarv measures ol relict, ami Hint : to senii
nionev and provisions would bo t(uivalent
to rendering so much aid to the Irish in a
struggle against the British government.
Si,itiNtiFii-:Li,lll..Nov.,23. At the late elec
lion iu Wabash county, Henry S. Henning
und John D. Kavanaitgh, candidates for
county treusurer, each received (IbM votes.
The matter has since been decided by lot
in favor of Denning, nnd the secretary ot
state to-day received a cerlitlcute sclting
I'orlli that t'iiet.
- SUPERIOR .ll'IXIK OK ( Hit AOO.
The canvass of the returns of the elec
tion forjudge of the Cook county supreme
coin I was made by the secretary of state,
to-day, and Sidney Smith was found to
have it majority of (1,500 votes.
The secretary of state to-day issued a
license for tho organization ot the Inde
pendent Printing company of Cairo, with a
capital stock of $3,000. Incorporators:
Peter Simp, Henry Winter and Louis Her
bert. DISCllAlt(iEI) FROM 11 AN K lit' PTC Y.
Thomas A.'Cusej-, McLean county, bank
nipt, to-day received his final discharge
papers from tho bankruptcy court.
It EVEN I F. C( ILI.IK "ITONS,
The collections of internal revenue for
the Eighth Illinois collection district for
the week ending Saturday, tho 22d, were
but $7,390.54. Tho light receipts arc in
consequence of the heavy exportation!!.
Mu. E. B. Writing, a well-known book
seller in St. Albans, Vt., was cured of tho
most distressing Piles, in a very short time
by tho 1180 of Kidney-Wort. Ho now uses
it as a family medicine iu all cases of. bil
ious, liver complaint, and disordered Kid
neys. Those Imbittinlly costive nre quickly
cured by it.
r i j -t
SERIES NO. 131.
GRANT'S PROPOSED HOITTHFinv
,, Baltimore American.
1110 lirOMIllU'n Innrnnv '- J. ......
. . j-.w.mj vi VTUU. VJl llli.
tlirougli the South may have ' very impor-
, u-ouiu. no win, oi course
Dc received with tlm nuM n.i i.
Uv c iitrnctcnstic of tho Southern people,
udd his unfailing modesty and good sense
will kecj) him, an they always do, from do
ing or saying anything likely to give of
fenau or arouse prejudice. Gen. Grant,
although firm and unyielding, is also calm
and dispassionate. ; and while tho passion
ate hostility of the wholo South would not
in tho least deter him from carrying out a
policy of which his judgment approved,
yet thero would not bo any personal feeling
in his action, and there would ho no accu
mulation of prejudice to stand in the way
0 . A ni.ii nmmii
that towards the closo of his administra
tion that Gen. Grant became convinced
that tho force policy was wrong ; and had
if tlftt liflnn , 1. i f . ..
nic uijpuuruueu oi ioresiau
ing the iucoming adininihtration, ho would
havie.' anticipated tho action of President
TTn. i i a . .
Utvei in MfTuv.1 I. .V.
vai.jun. UlUl LiUUlBUinn. ino Kiiowienn
of this fact, and the conviction that all
their rights of local self-government would
bo firmly protracted by Gen. Grant, is
causing a strong set of southern public
opinion towards re-election to tho prcsi
dencv. The connection bctn-nnn i,,i,
leaders and the northern 'Democracy has
always been a mere partnership of inter
ests; and, as tho fact is demonstrated that
the Democratic party is hopelessly incapa
ble, there 19 a stronr rii-innaitimi in ft,.,
South to form a new and more profitable
connection. By supporting Grant, Southern
leaders would destroy tho sectional issue,
take away from bloody-shirt agitators their
iu nwiv, ouureuiuve nil! prooiCui Ol
securing the negroes iu their civil and po-
uiiui. nguwirom me domain ot sentiment
to that of nrnrtirnt nnn.nnHKOM l.Vl..
tiou. ' A Grant movement in the South is
ceriamiy not unlikely.
TOSSIMI I'PON A BED OF AOONY. Tortured
in every joint with inflammatory rheuma
tism, is a prospect which may become a
melancholy fact if the twinges of the dread
disorder nrn not rlieeVoil ut Hm nnui T,....
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soiis of a rheumatic tendency find Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters a useful remedy, Hor
no uiey encounter mo nsK in using it the)
do from resorting to that active poison
Colchicum, which is often employed to nr
rest the malady. Tho use of the" Bitters is
equally as effective in its results, and is at
tended with no risk. There is ample testi
mouy to prove that the medicine possesses
blood depurating qualities of no common
1. .1 ..c j ,
eiuci, ucjuhs iiwnt; u; IV uillic UIJU general
alterative. It stimulates the action of the
kidneys and promotes thcremoval from the
system of impurities which develop disease,
and are fraught with serious danger. Fever
and ague, dyspepsia, debility, nervousness,
constipation, etc., are remedied by it.
A Card To all who are Buffering from
tho errors and indiscretions of youth, ner
vous weakness, parly decay, loss of man
ImxhI, ota., I will txjaJ receipt Hint will
cure you, free Of charge. This great
remedy was discovered by a missionary if
South America. Send a sol t-addrcssed "en
velope to the Kev. Joseph T. Inman, Sta
tion D. New York City.
Political Issues. Kearney's advice tn
all parties is to "pool their issues." We
think a good deal, as he docs, that wo
should bury the dead issues of the past. As
a healing compound for all issues, sores,
wounds, etc., thero is nothing equal to Hen
ry's Carbolic Salve. Beware of counterfeit'!.
Barclay Bros'., Mgents.
Why akk You Bii.mi-a? nerntisr vnn
have allowed your bowels, to becouu
costive, and liver torpid. Lso Kidney
Wort to province a free state of tho bowel.
and it will stimulate the liver to proper ac
tion, cleanses the skin of its yellowness.
cures bilious headache, and cause new life.
in the blood.
Why will you sutler with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaiut. Constipation, and gea
eral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Vitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee, to ture you. Price
lOcts. nnd 75 cts, For sale by Barclay-
Don't Bk Deceived. Many persons say
l'I haven't got tho Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough w ith Shiloh
Consumption L'ure. Do they not-know
that Coughs lead to Consumption nnd
a remedy that will euro Consump
tion will certainly and surely euro a
cough or any lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is so positive that we will re
fund the price paid if you receive no 'ben
efit. 13 not tiiis a fair proposition. Price
lOcts. 50 cts. nnd $1.00 per bottle. For
lame Chest, Back or 'side, uso Shiloh's
Porous Plaster. Price 23 cts. For sale by
"Hackmetack" a popular and flagrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
A Gentle Remedy. The action of
Kidney-Wort on the torpid liver, unhealthy
skin, weak bladder and enfeebled stomach
is gentle and constitutional. It cures acnte
lumbago nnd piles, aud soothes tho dis
tresses of indigestion. Cases of twelve
yeara' standing havo been perfectly enred.
Your druggist keeps it.
An experienced dairyman, writing to
tho Rural Now Yorker, says: "If butter
makers would use Perfected Butter Cole
mado by Wells, Richardson & Co., of Bur
lington, Vt., they would have no uu-,
saleablo butter. It gives a natural color,
and good flavor, without extra work in
WAX't'tn. Sherman & Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once, ut a sulary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full purticu law ad
dress as above. ' . -