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THfe AIRQ 1JAILY BULLETIiN, TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1871.
To Debilitated Persons I
To Dyspeptic I To Buflercr from Liver Om
plainll To those having no Appetite!
To those with Ilroken Down
To Nervous People I To Children Wasting Af
To any with Debilitated Ul"H
Or Sitifrerltisj tt lib uny or His Folio. In
Which Indicate IHoMrn l-l" ' "'" '
1'ilm, Fulness or
llioodtothe Head, Acid
It jr of the Hlomnch, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Full,
nes nr Weight In the fct'iinacti, ,ut
F.rucltaUon. Hlnklix or Fluttering at he
4 Pit nf the Htninxnh, Hwimmirur of the Head,
i Hurried nr tlfflult llieathing, Flulterlag at the
1 Heart Choking or s)iirricatlng nenaatton whn In
I a Lying Posture, Dimness ol Vision, Dots nr
Web before the flight, Fevrand Dull Pain
In the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Tellowneu of the bklD and Eyes, Pain
in th MiJaHaek Chest, Limbs,
ic, au'ifjrn riusnes or mat,
Burning In the Flesh, On.
stait Ima-lnlns of
KtiI, and (Irest
UOOFLANDS GERMAN HITTERS
I'" .1 Wttm u ilhmil A In, hul ur Snirif lif
" " : v , '
E i nny inml.
V I a different from til others. I i oiiipo"! oi
111 thm mir. ula. nr Vil.l I'rinclfile III Hobt.
''if r and Harks, (or, mJlclnIly termed, Lx
Vnscts,) th worthless nr Inert orllona of the In.
' Jlenta not l,ln iinril. Therefore. In one hot.
IP of thl lltitera there l contained as much
I'l naiitiki irin will be Inund In severs! irat.
ir.a nf nrdinirv mixture. The roots. etc.. lite 1
i thla Hitters are grown In Herman', their illl
nr n sciesj
liter l fie from the nhjeriioo urged against
KM omers. o neaif-J iu .Milluiauin eu w ill
nerd from their use; they erinot make drunk.
irdi. and cannot tinder nor circumstances haie
I o oy bet tnenciel effeet.
I" IIOOFLASU'J? GKltMAN TONIC
ib. - - - - -
lit',.. X . .
' I. .. .amo .t'.r.l.Al - .liannte.nl In lll.. iifl..t..
rrtion iUh Hi Tonic nronertlet ol the Ullierr
jigh ootlle of the Tonic contain one bottle ot
it l tinier", cornuineu wiin pure qi.iia
I, l ll, kr.ti carorea lu aucn a manner inai in ei
brine uiiicrnev vi ine miiein iv uvrihUiiie,
. i -ii- .... i i . . . I
f UUilOK L)viMM(ll lllfllll i(irrii. BUU
I ieAn( w tllQ Jia.air,-B j i;uuiainiDK lit' llirnir.
1 11 tlrtuea of the lllttera. The pri" ot lh
It onlc la fl.oo per bottle, which many .rin
l linA too uixii mrj niuiv into oni'i'i
c ilnn that t atimuUnt td la upanie. to l
01 pure quality. A poor article cjnld r fur
iaue3 at cueHper price i uui la u noi wiier in
My lutle more and have good article' A
ledlcloal nrenaration abould tout n noi.e but
: ie beat iD(rtdienta; and they who eipert to lib.
J ua a cheap compound, and be benefitted by it,
I ,. 1 1 inot certainly chea"-.!.
SOOFI.AND iS PODOFHYI.I.IN PILL
WILL CUBE voir.
The j- are the Ureoleal Mloorf FiirlH.
o tbe medical world, un will er.ftlcAte dlaeaaea
ariiiOK irom impure o.oo-i, tieniiuy in ine
tHfeit.TeUrKani, or Iieaej l,(Tr,
in i. ahorter time thnn any
other known rem.
!'i'l, U'hnle Kunreme Court of IVlin.vhanl
'.ek for tnek-i rme.e, Who would a for
ore dignified and Mromcrr teitlmony '
" 1n Oa-nm v. Woodward, formerlr Chief Jut
Fi'tlceoi ii Mupreme Court of l'nnylnla, at
te'ent member cl Conere from l'enntylta.
Euiflnd Dcodand'a German Bitiera it a goo-i tonic,
" .eful In dlieaaei of the diieatiie orKii", and of
eat benefit In canea ot debility and want of
i.i.n.. i.i. m iu
rrou. axiion ie in luiii'.imiii
y IjF.OltOKW. WtlOUWAHII.
. tmt ThomDion. Chief Justice of the Bit-
nreme Court cf r'enmylr-uila:
a. 1'hlladelpbla, April M, 1 M7.
.. I nnaldar ITooflind'a German Bittera a ralui
' ira.dlcine incuea of atucka f lndieilon or
ripepl. I cun eeniiy mia irom my eipen-
ice 01 11. igun(aiiuisii-.
JA.nr,s i auxraw,
Ix an. Ueorsc Slurawood, Juatice of the Supreme
Court or nnayiTni:
i' Phi hvlilphia. Junel.lMO.
V 1 hrv found by experience that lioofland'a
iirmaa mttera ia lery ioou ionir, iru.nm
'pent 0 aymptoma aimoai airerii;.
iin. Wm. F. Uozera. Major ol the City of Buf.
K ftlo, . JJ0t.t 0ffl(, Hufltio, julie Kl jfttfj.
M have uaed lioofland'a Herman Hitter) nod
; nic In my lamny during me pavai year, anu cun
iromtnenu them at an excellent tunic, impart-
Meomtnenu inem at an txceneni iud
U ( tang and Tigor to the aatem. Tb
I? en productlte of decidedly renehVii
III WJI. Fa I
l oeir line nae
I in. Jamea M. Wood, ex.jmyor ol Wllliaraaport
I take great nieuure in recommending nooi
Id'a (lerman Tonic to any one whe may be al
lied wliu urap pa.a. 1 nwi inr uyapepainao
lllv ll an imnn.allila In L'aan anv fnnil nn mv
Kimanhi and I Leeame o weait ui not to be able
walk nan a inue. two nomea oi ionic ei.
.ted a porlect cure. JA.MfcJ. M. WOOD,
(Remember Ihat Hooflaud'a tierman Hitters,
' t uoonann a oermaa Tonic, will cure erery
I'lAllASMUS, OH WAHTIMi-AWAY (IF TIIK
Bl 11 rt T
t Uamiinber that lioofland'a IWrrnin Iiatne.
f '-a are the mediclnea you require to purify the
tood, excite the torpid Lirer to hralttiy action,
:, il fo enable you to pm mlely Ihronnh nv
M rdHiipa rn'i "r""1
;? O D O P H Y L 1 1
Or Habililute for Mercnry Till".
'0 FII.W A I08B. The mot powerful, yet
IPnOCeHI, 1 raiviauiv fii,uii I iv nuvT i.
tit not necfiaary to take a nanuiui ot men
f. la nrsdttce the deilred effect. . Two of thain
rmilcklr and powerfully, cleaniiDX the I. Iter
'macb aod Bowcu, or an impumiea. in
I.ClPl lagteaieni rooopnyi in, or inr into.
i ai'viraiTE ! fiiauii!na,v. itiiii:ii 19 vi maul
1 1 . . I n.,lH ..M.I I V a r
iie more P,ll,"Ji.1,"" "Vi ",y"'ujh ""
wanilfajIB llveil. aia v.ulinr iivilt'u i-v u(uir
I.i.wlth'all the power of Mercury, Jt free
!n all the injurioua reaulta attached to the tiae
. n .inint 11 aneaa iv irom &11 nriairtir.
i 'il'.iVl iaP In which tbe me of a cathartlo
li cues 01 liiTer v'""!"'"'! i'ji toii "u
a rt ' n 11 ir n . n il 1 1
'rameCoatlveneia. Dr. lioofland'a German Hit
i'T - - .kniihl In, ntail In rnnn-ptlnn wlir
H n. 11. vheinnloettectof the Dittera. orTonlo.
.Id up the ayatem. The H.tten, or.tonlff, pu-
.. ah. Mnnrf. atreniithena the nervea. rei.
'tt the Livar, an t girea atrenjtb, energy and
r .. . - ,,l tun. 1
xep your liowem acute yiiui uio nui, unu
1 up the ayatem with Bittern, or Tonic, and
llaeaae can retain the hold, or even aaaall you,
colleoi that it Is lr Unofland'e (lerman Horn.
iaa tliat are ao umver.any uien unci iiifiny
1 I.J, nnl .in nnl n 1 1 . tv I Ii ft .1 r ii at t fi
1IU11ICUUCU I."'. Hl "II" " "I-..I.1
uce you 10 lake anything else that he may aay
uit at good, became ho makea a larger proflt
t. Theae remedlea will he tent by F.xnreaa to
' tocalilT upon application to the PKINCIFAI.
aoilll (IT IKCT PIIIf.AflK.I.PHIA.
' i rlnc olee eitraetei in mat country.
'i, no liirmtsl, ami lorwarneu in i-e manuwtor;
i thla city, where they are compounded arnl lot
V H. ramlalnns- no solntuous Inzredleiits. thi
1 V1IAN. M. KVAN'N, Proprietor.
Publication Oftlrr, Ilallellu Bulldlnff,
WHAT HK SAW IN TH K VALLKV
can th mk iioyr.i live?.-andii: PROriC-
MIKX), A.VUSAIli: TUB MORNINO COVt
KTH A MflfiKf. CO.NOItATirLATORT
After the Into Ohio democratic conven
tion hnrt concluded lit bor, and before
adjournment, nt 1 o'cliick In thu morning,
Mr. Va1lindighm being called out, row
and laid :
In the talloy of viilon were many
trom-i, and they were very dry. And tho
plrlt laid : "Can these bonii live 7'' And
he prophuied, and there wm a nulie and
n ihakinK among the dry bono, and
breath enmn Into them, and they lived and
tood upon their feet, an exceeding great
army, the army of thn democracy rallied
Benin. Applnuie. And he itld :
"Watchman, whnt of the night? Watch
man, vrhat of the night?" And the
Watclnnan aaldt "Tho morning Cometh,
and the night alto," tho night, thn dark
night of dth to the once pursuing but
now broken hoili of radicaliam, cheera,
and momlnir. elorloux. bright. rfnilcndenL
light and life-giving mornlr.g to tho once
dirhcartened but now rallying and heroic
lintU of the democracy.
I am here not at tbe Meailah, but an
apoitle and the least of the apottten ; not
of tho new departure, but of the grand
retorntlon cheeri, tho restoration to old
democratic doctrine) and principles and
to democratic victory. Ktnewed cheers.
To-day we have nchicved a glorious tri
umph. To-day we have sent forth tidings
of great Joy nil over this land. Tbe dem
ocratic party standi now upon the great
vantage ground of the prcent niid off-re,
battle to its enetnk, hand to hand and
ahoulder to ahoulder marche forth and
mei'tfi them In this ttruggle'iipon the liv
ing Issues of the present hour cheers,
and upon these issues we will triumph. I
feel it. Throughout the whole length of
tbe state ot Uhio will comu a response, and
not from Ohio only, but from tbe other
states, from one end of this nation to the
other, joy and rojnlcing, to-morrow, will
ring from the Atlantic to thn faciflc,
from the lakes to tbe gulf of Mexico, that
at last the democratic party is ready to
grapple with Its foea. and readv to crush
them, a in former (Jays it did, and that
once more there is hopu thai this old bat
tle-worn republic ot ours, bearing, it mnv
a ,L. - .-.l. t -V , t J . I "
uu, mu aenra vrniicu u uaa received ill lue
recent grand convuleion, will yet live, and
live In tbe spirit In which "tbe fathers
frame.) it, Applause.
The plan of salvation, it teems to me.
bat been discovered. Take that which we
cannot avoid, that which his boon forced
upon us, that which hat been brought
abut against our prophecies and against
our protests; take your amendments to
tbe constitution, and then aubjt-cl them to
the old doctrines of the fathers of this re
public, of tbe whig party of thii republic,
of the democratic party in former times,
the sound doctrines of atrict nntriwlinn
and the rule which hat been laid down bv '
tbe supreme court of the United Stat,
aod then, wbilo with a democratic admin
istration, equal right! will and thall be
guaranteed to every citizen, In tho lan
guage of our resolution, without distinction
of race, color or condition, at the tame
time we shall have preserved the nation.
I will say to you, men and brethren,
that the grand movement will be made
in 1872, and we are but skirmishers. alotifj
the line now. Hut the first blood must be
ourt In thit election in October next. The
5 rand struggle will bo botwcc.i republican
emocracy upon one side and imperialism
upon the other. Four years more of tho
administration party I call It not tho re
publican party previous to the Avar, nor
the to-called union p,rtv during tbe wur,
but tho administration Grant party will
accomplish tbe prediction ot a distin
guished senator from the state of Missouri,
that (rrant, the impersonation of nepotism,
of imperialism, of consolidation and cen
tralization will be carried from tbe white
house feet foremost, horizontal, in a ma
hogany box, and never bo carried from it
again, cheers. It it againtl that we
struggle, and If there be honest moo,
who have been against ui for yean ; pa
triots, as patriots have been arrayed against
ui for years, now it the acceptM time, tho
golden opportunity, tho auspicious mo
ment, and, as today was said, tbe " tide
in tbe affairs of men which, taken at tho
flcod, will lead on to fortune."
1 say to you that this convention it tbe
percursor of victory. IS ever before but
once, at least, In timet of great trial, hat a
convention assembled and continuously
maintained itt te-tiun here until tbe next
dav. It it 1 o'clock upon Fridav morn
ing, and yet this convention is here. Hun
dreds and hundreds are here. They re
main. Wearied they may be, fatigued
they may be, but that indomitable old
democracy, thn tubterranean democracy
In former times, so-called; "unwished,'
if you please, "unterriBed," always; "loco
foco," if vou dare cheers; tlat old de
mocracy, from tbe lake to Ohio river, from
the Pennsylvania line to the Indiana line,
on every hilltop, and in every valley, and
along evory stream, upon ovory bighwoy,
upon overy railroad, along evory turn
pike, will march forward Horn thit hour
to victory. Applause. Lot the enemy
know that we mean to beat them; thnt it
our business here to-day, and wo are go
ing to do it.
Dissatisfaction muy exist, disappoint
ment 1 should lay, at nominations. 1 nev
er attended a convention ,whero it was
otherwise, Where there are two candi
'dates for ono office somebody must be de
feated, liut It he I1 a man, I won t say a
philosopher if bo ia a democrat, ho sub
mits and hit friends submit, and wait un
til tho next time and tal;o the chance.
Mr. Vallandigham then administered
tho consolation uiually given" democratic
convention! by some great jnen when they
havo narrowly escaped breaking up in a
row, that when they quarrel Mid fight the
most among themselves, they alwayt give
their onponent't tho hardest blow In tbe
campaign, Ho then threw a rope to the
young men, telling them that it was
upon them that he reliod to
win tht victory thit can
van. The republican Uders bad
already taken tbe alarm and aounded the
note of warning They appreciate the
fignincanco of thit new movement and
are already quaking in fear of the result.
It had been said that tho democracy wore
going over to the republican party. If
that wat to then mere wat no occasion for
a republican convention. Tho domx-ratt
were first in tbe Held and had, put for
ward the most admirable candidates.
Thero was not a man from ono end of tho
ticket to the other that the radical party
might not bo proud of. They have no
tucii men in their ranki, Now, if the
democrat have gone over to tbe republi
can ranks, all tho republicans havo to do
it to accept tho ticket already nominated,
and not watte time and strength in a con
vention. I liaughtor, I
Mr, Vauandicham closed as follows :
That crand svstom of government tin
der which It Is mv firm belief that wo can
unlto tho wholo continent of North Amer.
lea. yea, nnd tho wholo world, may be
united; thnt system which was organized
in Philadelphia In 17B8, and 1789, In its
meant of communication that did not es
itt in original limes. tliAt system of gov
ernment can prcvnll over tho worm, anu
tinder tho principles, of tho democratic
party, for that parly U an cMentlal off
shoot of thnt form of government; born
with it, can only die with it. Thit uni
versal government, free, enlight
ened, can prcvnll. And, in my dellner
ut.) judgment, if wo can but nnlain
these old Institutions, if, in trite of thcto
amendments which havo teen made,
which, in tho lnnguago of your platform,
are declared to grunt only to much more
power to tbe fedora! government, and only
to that ox tent to abridge the reserved
right) nf tho .states, and not to have In any
respect altered or modified tho original
character nnd theory of the federal gov
ernmentIf that doctrine securing to ev
ery person In tho land equal rights can
once more triumph, the youngest man In
thit atsombly, nay, tbe Infant born to
dav. who mnv live bevond hi threo score
years and ten, if by reason of strength hit
years aro lengthened out to fcur score
years, he will tee these grand republican
principles overspreading th whole of
this mighty continent, and that riig of
ourt, which wo democrata love and wor
ship, seo it floating in every breeze, and
triumphant upon every ea. Orcatnp-
The qtiartrrly JUrtim of iVoAfy
(London, for April ttutna that a French
man, M.Ouerin, has discovered the famous
mausoleum of the Maccabees hitherto
searched for in vain. It was found nt Kirbct
el Mcdich :
" After several visile to this spot, M.
Gueriu caused the whole of the tlructuret
to be (xcavatcd methodically under hit
own eye and discovered the entire plan
of thfVdlflcc, the existence of seven sepul
cher chambers for seven members of the
Illustrious family, and surmounted by seven
pyrami is placed in a line, eacli covering
the ceiling of one chamber. Finally, in thn
midst of the ruins of Muulfimii habita
tions built under the edifice, were found
numbers of pieces of monolithic columns,
much mutilated, all of tbo same diameter
(forty-sevon centimetres remains of the
magnificent cnlonmle which decorated the
front of the building, the last confirmation
of thodiscovery. The tombs were explored.
The floors were covered with small molis
cubes, in somoenses silll adhering together,
In others separate, nnd one of them contain
ed five or -ix human Initio, which were
ax An association he been formed nt
Hegensburg, Havana, for thn encourage
ment of burials without elaborate religious
ceremonies and 'octal formalities. It is
violently opposed by theclergy,who would
lose materiallv In.lh'e way of lees jf there-
form should become popular.
LKfJAL KNT KKPRISK.
In ain of a PuMic Library,
AT UMAHA. NKHRASKA.
Ustl.T V0,0 TICKKTH I AM..
Tune ;), 1871.
TIckttiTwo Dollars EsMda HalvcaUitr
aTThts enleiprlte will l conduct"! In a pre
clelt similar nmnner In thatnf ihe late Grand
Gift Concert of thn MfrMntJI Library Asaocia
tion,of rWn Frnncic. which sure ench nnlversV.
UlaeCltaarelB Kvery Ttalrty-Klgbl.
i ch i.iie .-...tio.'Mj
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I Cash Oi'.t..
1 lath (lift ,
I Cuh '.itt
1 rash '(till ..
1 Cash Gift
1 Cuh C'll
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1 Cuh Gift
1 Cash Gilt....
I Cub (Si't ,
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t Cash liilt..
15 Cah G fit, tU eiach
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M Cash Gias, m each
100 Cuh Gifts, : eaoh .........
10) CnshOifts, U wh ...
l'wsicua Gifts, I'l ench
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. : sou
.... 2 J
231(i Gifts, amounting to
Which will be distributed by chance among the
lick at holder, by the Mutuil Aid Association ol
kttiaiN u-M. R. Brock, V'.ri. Marshal' office,
Omaha: F.dgar Zabriakie, late Union Pacific Kail
road office, Omaha; J. Tinner, Deputy U. H. Mar
shal, Omaha: J. Doyle. I'oetoffice, Omaha, Neb.
udKe A. I.. Harvey, Magnclia, III'.
Good reaponaible keenta wanted. Liberal com
misainn allowed. For full particulars address,
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Savf.s TI.MR, LABOR and MON'RY
OVKR 0T1IUK ARTICLE IS UHK FOR FLOOR
AND IIQtrNKH'LKA.S'lMi, ABK
last It furnishes water and dor the errubbius
and mopping at tne snme time,
3d It will do its work lu one.fiiitrth nf the
time required in the ordinary way.
Jid-lt will do the work of
s, thit rnstjl rents etch.
Ihe scrubbing brush.
Ills It will navelhc price ot ltef twice a year
5lls-lt will not llse mlu-i.
lh Ihe rubber can I rrpliwet for I"m" u'e, I
Tlh-The head ! inolleable Iron, -ind will list I
n Itle-t tne.
Hth If vuuviish to iiiea inoD. or cloth, to du
the corners, reniore the tin. nnd inarri lotirelnth.
nnd you h.im that additional Jdvuatage,
EVERY FAMILY, STORE, SALOON
HOTEL AND STEAM ROAT
.SHOULD USE THEM.
1 uui tirenared to furutah theiu 1)1 lluaU dnsen
orgroas, on shott tmtlce. Addrea
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Tin tno.t Unrcesslul, l'oul.r and .'effect
Of Ihe period, are our wel.ktinn
Blo ot the aim pleat cor ttruction, ar easily
managed ant guaranteed to gle
AH no article In the household hat greater In
fluence in rtrnmotin th health, comfort and
iia,ipi!is of the family circle than the Cook
More, It Is economy as well u policy to get the
very beet; and In buying the Charter Oak you can
rely cn idling tha mist uccess:ii, popular and
perfect ennVlnglne ever made.
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lustaaaa done; "
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" WANTED, AGENTS.
Cierenty-fltB to two hundred dollars per month
O eyeiT where, tnale and 'emale.-to Inlro-liue the
lientilna linprored Common Hns Family Hewing
Machine, This machlue will ttltch, hem, fell,
luck, bind, braid, cord, unlit and rml'rnldrr In a
mott superior nmnnvr. Price ouly $l Fully
warranted for ne rears. We will ny I,(W fur
nny machine that will aow a stronger, more irau
tiful or more rlaatlo ream than oars, ll makes tbe
Klaallo l.ocs. Htitch." Kvery second stitch can
bo cut, aod still lht cloth cannot tie pulled apart
without tearing it. We pay agvnta fit to i) per
month. and mpensts, or a commission from which
twice that amount can bo mudo. Fur circuUrx
a'lit term, npply to or address,
lanHnrucaHtreet. Hhlladelnhla. Pa.
t AvriuN.in ihii lie iinpn.F'i ininn r
T,OTIII.V, IIATH, OAfM, tiTV.
1871. rSU3rAER.l 1871.
Kf.f.r 10NTANTLV ON HAND,
THE LOWEST CASH PEICES,
The Cheapest and lle-t
GENT'S FURNISH INO OOODS, HATS, CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
COUNKH Ol' SJIXTII-HT. AMIS eillO.LK VEt,
)AF.TICULAH attentlou paid to ordoia for
ui ine u-si ui material usea.
BRT-f.OOnH, CAKPKTH. F.TC.
. ioi -of.it:Kt"f.4i. iv:.vi.-.
Wishes t, rail Kent inn lo his immense stock nf new i-nJ seannbe
CARPETS. ROUTS AND SHOKS. HATS AND CAPS.
Dress Goods a Specialty.
Noltls in ?ilk, Poplin-, Jurnneae Silks, riilk Warns, Mohairs, I.tn, Feics.lt.., p. K.'a,
e'r. a.mericn Blavk Oro Grain HI1V, and full lino nf the cler.rated
Hearer llrand of Pure lllacW .Mohair
The largest aaoitnient of
WHITE GOODsS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
s-al aa4 Itultallost Larms, rtc, ever otTeres! lu the rlly. ' nnd rliolcr
silwla tfrarpela, and a nail line of sill t'lolha, JfattlnK. Nlalr S'nrp
etMnd Ilntro. Bsxtt. Svhoei and Ilnli lis great varlrl.v.
FAIR OKALINGS AXI) SMALL PROFITS.
lAu exAimnatlon of hi stock It resiectlull) aided.
FAN COOKIMfl "TOVKH.
Al:T soi: the
WARRANTED FIRST-CLASS IX EVERY RESPECT.
WHAT HirKKKKl'KK h.VV A1I0UT
"F-ME" COOSZIISTG- STOVES
ALWAYS THE REST.
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THE PERFECTION OF C00KINC APPARATUS
A new aod novel ayalem ot L'.le Uistirf.iV' te t
cenllv introduced hv Ihe
MISSOURI MUTUAL LIFE
Or NT. I.OI'IN.
By thn ayatem, Llle Insnrancris furnished i
as liiile co.i n by the usual pious, and the pol
icy hoi er rceires an annual interest ot aerrn
pr cent, npno ,1 the money paid by htm to ill"
C.mpHny i hia Annual premium thus enrrHnv
him as much am gorernment bond.
The plan has been thoroughly criticism unit
fully inJoraed by the most eminent actuaries
and skilllul riiatliematlciana In the land J in. lee.
it has not yet h cn the mihlect nt unlatnraMc
menllnn In any respecmMn oimrtrr.
Omoe nf the Company,
.NOHTHWR'T OOliNKK MIL'HTll A.NHOLIVK.
ST. LOUIS, MO.
ARTHUR M. IIARRETT. Pnsidotit.
Hfnj. Wii.liamd, S'trrlnry.
Raaks high In the l!-l n sniiml, lliiifl Vc fit
It hs iinplHCiipital - o.i'sj.
It hitsiuaets ni-rn lliau iimigh toroier '11 1.
liabilltira in nddltioj In the rapilAl
11 has one hundre I th iisii d ilnlUre ilepo!i!e.i
with IheHlHtenl Missouri a pirpeliinl vtnr
autee tolls ru.llcv hnlderw.
II hm.!nniied fully with the new hiws nl the
pini', which mc iunn asewungaiul inurn riitl !
lyrufniccd than thnaeuf Knslern Wtatrs,
ll invests it funds in Ihe West, hninni: I lie
psnple fr.im whom they rr ieceiri.
, It,' inanRement Is f)(nriiiii, .skillful nnd tut
Its tHniiKl income finin thn Inlet est iilotu
hlrsady more than HUrttniriit In pay its hisses.
It issues polinles upon the nrdinnry lif iimlt'ip
dowinent liana, at the same rnte in other flr.1.
ThaiMiliny holders receive nil tho prnllts in ni
nnalilltiiUnilt. Tho atock hnMerh can irceiteuily ten pi r
rant, of Intnrest on their mplml, bvihc terms i t
The annual viividends to policy holdcm am rl
ready greater thnununy old Kitrrn Companies
tur ever heeu able to pnv.
TheHtaleof Illinois psi'd hist jc.if nliout Inn r
million dollar lor Life liiaurance.
why sand an much money nut ol tl ii lale
away to Mew York an I New Kogland fur nn nitloir
that may be produced Jital n clieup ) (or more
.4 i. -
Agassi's at I'alro.
llKOM'TIC work printing in many ami
and Tarled colors at one Impression, m the
celebrated chromatic press June at the Itullrtin
job printing office. This I tho most remarkable
rireas ever inicmcu. si it irn una iu uuu uny
he work, in colored printing, of ten ordinary
presses, thertby redtmngthiM'nai ot that charac
ter of work to a very low rnte.
Wit ITU rHURT-1 ill all styles made, and outy
OBTH Sc CO.,
SIZES OSTOW !RE.A.:D"2".
CUAIILES A. DANA, Editor.
She gotWeeMy u.
laieaded far t'ele Maw aa Bank.
Inclndlng Farmers, Mechanics, Merchants, Pro.
fttslosal Men, Workers, Thinkers, aad all Man
ner of tloaeat Tolks, aod the Wilts, B0nt, tai
baoihtert of all such.
ONLV ONK DOLLAR A VKAU I
ON HUNDRED COPIBM FOR Ma,
Or Ins than One Cent a Copy. Ut there he a
S3 Club at erery Poat Offlcc.
HIUII.1KKLTrHl7J, S3 A YKAK,
of tbe same tlia and (tncral character at
THE WEKKLr, bat with a greater Tarltry of
rniscellaneona readme, and furntsnlng the news
to nt anracrlbere with greater freafincts. betsnse
It comes twice a week Instead of once only.
TIIK DAILY HUN, 88 A YEAR.
i Ai!r.e,,0"u,nll.v dshle newspaper, with tbe
lirffii,c.ro5l?Uo? ,n. t0l orii. Free, lao
pendent, and leanest In politics. All the news
from everywhere. Two cents a copy t hy inall
3D cents a month, or 98 a j ear.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
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Tire copies, one year, teparatalr addressed.
Ti n copies, one year, separately addreeted (aol
an extra copy to the getter up ofelnb).
T!,.-,!.,T-cop!''" 0BC letl PMataly addressed
(and an ealra copy io tbe getter up of clnbl,
Fifty eniilea. one leir. to one addreaa land the
Heral.W eckly one year to letter up of clob).
Thirty. three Dallara.
Fifty copies.; one war. separately aodreeted (and
the beml- eckly ooeyear to setter nn ofclnM.
9f.i'?ini",1,!i,co,','' "" ,fr- ,0 "" addre-n
(and (ho Dally for one year lolheaetteruDot
f'0?'' M Vlar Dallara.
One hundred copies, one year, aeparately ad
dressed (and the Dally for one year to the afeltet
"P T bl r Dallara.
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Fire copies, one year, separately addressed.
Tea copies, one year, separately addressed (tad
an extra copy to getter op of clob). 1
MEND YOUR MONEY
f i Pott Offlce orders, cheeks, or drafts on New
.i,rF'.yhere'er fonrenlent. If not. tnea rrgtaatg
sue letters conialulmi money. Address
I. TV. ESOLAVn. fabllsher.
Baa offlee. tw York CSf,
THE CAIRO BULLETIN;
S Ihe cheapest paper published in the stte of
III nnl, nnd should te read in every family in
s-jl'i- ii ! iiwririi m uie very io price oi
ONK DOLLAR VKR ANXNUM,
'l'be Itllllnllii rll1 .ilvrw.at tl.a V-.1....I ..In J 41.
democratic party, and labor realonaly to infn-e
"olden time" ao olleu gave the govrrmneul Into
AUtlie latei-t news of the day i
A cwrluHy prepared agricultural column, ;
inn news m Domuern iiunui,
Tha freshest market reports ;
wace ot J. 3. D0E3C,
420 North Eighth St., Phllka.,.
A color and (lrcsMnj' nt tvill
not burn the hair or injnre the
It docs not produce a 'color
mechanically, aa the poisonous
preparations do, .
It gradually restores tho htA.
to its original color; an"d.".uitrc-,
by supplying newylife nid vigor.
it causes a luxuriant growin
of soft, fine hair." ; ':
The best nnd nutlet article
Clean and Pure. So (icdiineiii.
A3K foil rximuxv
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Prltate Counselor
to tha Married or
those about to msrr
M Alt It I AG K
on Ihe physlologictl
nirfllerfcsnnd rereliitfona of the sexual arstem.
llh the lstetdscorcrlPs'In producing, anil pre
venting oHsprlnjr, preserylnv (nehompiexion.ac.
i nil is nu inicrcMing worx oi ivo nunarcaanu
twenty.fonr pwes, witn nun.ernu ngrTlpgs,
and contains ablatio itifortnatlon for those who
are marri-l or rnnlemplate mnrriSKet still It la a
iiuok wiHvnuiiivio do vtmirriocx anu tejr, ana not
hid carelessly nlmut tho Ikiuic.
rent to any one uree oi postage) lor wi cents.
Address Dr. liutts' nspenr, Ko. U, N.
Eighth street, St. Louis, Mo.
.notice-to She Afflict eel and I'ssfiirtttnate.
Hefore apidylng to tho sotorioiiii Quacks who
adyerllae lu tno public papvts oruslnir any Quack
remedies, peruse Dr. Hints' work, no matter
what your disease is or how deplorable your con
dition. Dr. Units can bo constilte.1, personally or by
mall, on the diseases mentioned In hla-worka.
Office, No. 12 N. Kiehih street, bet. Market and
Chestnut, St. Louis, Mo, miWwly
GALEN'S HKAD DISPSNSAKY.
F.-tsbllsbed in !!'- aid chartered In 11, for thfc
treatment of all
D1SKASKS or a PRIVATE NATURF.
cure giiarmtecd In every ess
hlwkkV FKM.II.K HKiIl'LATOHiS
i nn itiniK '
Warranted to remove obstn'talinns, etc.
Price, Ji per b
J"Aso. : full assortment of Hikndsecs and
Trusses: and a suoerior oualitr of Mala ftheaths:
tl forslnule one, 51 per half dcren, nr 11 pr
A MKDK'AL PAMPHLET,
Containing aa elanorate treatise on the above di.
esses, witna lew practical rsmarus upon tne
cause, effect and treatment of ihe same con
taining ui large pa ,;e nn vu cuts and engravings,
snuwiiic ine utnerent stages, etc.
Sent In soaW wrapper nn ".Kielpt of 5 cents.
tl.M.KS'S 11EAH UISPF.NS.VUV,
Fo. ?.T West JirrVraan-st., LOCiSTILLH, Ky.
NATURK'S GRKAT RESTORATIVF.
UELKHHATED UITTElt CORDIAL
N. W. COHNKU FIFTH AND HACF. STi..
It Is a reliable Family Medicine, and can be
aken by either Infant oral uit with Ihe same been
fioisl results. It is acertnln, prompt nnd speedy
emcily tor diarrhea, dysentery, bowels complied
dyspepsia, lownes nf spirits, falntings, tick
stomach, hesdx-he, etc. f'or chills and fever ot
til kinds, it is far better and ssfer than quinine
eithout any of Its pernicious crtect9. It eltects
an appetite, prove a powerful illsetor of food
and will counteract the etlecU of liquor In a few
minutes. As ItidisnutablA evidence nf ft. tnedl.
cal nrojH-rties, wo append a few of the many cer
tlncates In our possession :
Johnson's Depot, East Tenn., and Va. K. It.
jAcoaSciltm. Esa. DearHir- I nseenaed tha
Bitters I' have obiniued from you, and Cod to am
to be all ther dre recommended to be. 1 found
one bottle to ntlord me considerable relief, I lecl
as though 1 cannot do very well without them, in
rnypteteni siaieoi neattn.
Ii Mt'Vii-L' ,- O....I. Mta null.
I . - a., i-w c-uui 11 'iir SI., I line
Pastor Baptist Pats) link Church,
Mold by W. P. Allen, as Malnt-treet Dubuque.
THE It EST TONIC IN USE I
KU nai.i: IIY
E. I MAYNAKD, J'HOP'R
1 liver rumplaiut ar
f uucuslueas anil plaJ
I in the aider Some
) tunes the pain it lo
' the shonlder. and l
...i.i.ii.n r.ir rheumatism.
The stomach i attect-
vlwlth loss in appeuie anil sn-kneas. oowela In
urneialcn.tire, sometimes alternating with It,
The hci.l Is irntiblril,with pain, and dull, heavy
i-' aensstion. c-nnaiderkLla
loas of memory, 6com.
psuieu uiin painrui sen.
SHtlnnaf haviuj leflun.
done something which
One coinplalnini; of weakness, debility, and low
Pints. Sometimes, soma uf the above atinn.
,m. BlUn.l ll,a 1 t . V I - . I-
-.I'jtn, -in- ui.r.-. .ii, n ui ii i .iiiivv sera
few of them; hut the Liver la generally the organ
rcest Involve-.', Cure the Liver wnh
Dr. Simmon's. '
LI V Kit REG ULAIOK,.
A preparation ol tools and herbs, warranted t)
uvsiriruy si-kviinii', ami rsn ua nu injury to any
It lit been used by hundreds, and kpavn, ol
the Istt 34 entss one of the most rtltmiaVa.
carious and harmless preparation eve r rtffored to
thesutterlng. If taken regntltlyaa.it per li'tutl,
ll ip eiiit- wj ' urr.
1 Jum(ice, coslueness,
XX f.U I! li.VlOH . uiarrha,tleitlouaot
l ) tbe bUdder, camp
. dysentery, altecttona
al the kldnevs.f ever. nerXousneat.rUU. dLaasaua
I ot the kin. Impurity nf the blood, mslotvcholy,
I or rtepreslf.rn,r spirits. besrtlsiru.eollc,aiIa'
lasun uvwniv, peiu in injp uau, lever sou sir .
urupsy, wns, pain intneiCKiuiiim&,ainnaa j
erysipelas, female itteetlons, and billons dlseue ,
Kinerolly. tl "