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To Debilitated Pcnoutl
To iyipte To Huflerera irnm Mm Con
plaint 1 To those having no Aplelltct
To Hiobo with Broken Down
To Nervous People I To Children Wasting Away I
To any with Debilitated Dlgetllve
Or NiifTerltiK Willi mix off lie following
Which indicate Di'oanrim Lift oa BrcaucH i
Such a) Con
File, Fulne or
Blood lo the Head, Acid
ity of the Blotnuh, Natia,
Heartburn, Dirguat for food. Full.
mm or Weight Id In rltomacn, Soar
Krorluilon. Hlnklng or Maturing at i he
Fit nf the Htomach, (swimming of the Head,
Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering el the
Heart Choking or HutTocatlng rtenaaiionii when In
Lying Poature, Iimnee ol Villon, Dot or
Webe before the Hight, Fever and Dull Pain
In the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration,
Tellowness of the Mkin and Eves, Pain
In the Hide, Beck Client, Limbs,
to ftudileo Flushes of lltat,
Burning In the Fleeh, Can.
Hint Imagining of
F.vil, and Ureal
H COPLAND'S GERMAN HITTERS
A Jitltert mthout Alcohol or Sjir!li nf
ri different from kit others. It la composed of
the cure Juices, or Vital I'rlnclnle f Kont.
erissnd Uarka.fur.aa medicinally terraee", F.x-
trans, i the worlhleia nr Inert portion or the
gredlent not being used. Therefore, In one hot
I'l medicinal virtue aa will be lound In eeneriU gal.
" Ion of ordinary mixture. The roots, etc., uied
f in this itinera are grown in Oermany. their vital
i. tin vi uj a imiera mem is cunwiuou iiun-ii
I ' ..,.,(. I . .1 I . . 1 . . I- .
If iiui: .ii-iiii.i, bij'J luiniiuqu w ,'id mauw I m. vi J
I 1 1. 1 a . I .. .-I.... II.. . . I.. I . .l i.l
J tltii. CVintAlnlnir no nlriltioila inirrillint. thl.
i inner i ire irum urn ouiecuon urgoi against
all otnera, fso dealre lor stimulant can be in
1 1 . lu ... . . . .i . . i . . ... .i ... i
iiiiivu iiuhi uinr uic , iiirj lanuui iiiuduiuqk
arda, and cannot under an circumstance hate
any iui a uearuciai ruccw
i-o iiont'i. vrvs fiv.ii v a v tovic
' curawiuauc ior luose not incline 10 ex
. Irene blttr. and la intended for ate In caaee
l,t when ome alroholic ttimulant U required In con
t neriion wun ine loaie propenie 01 me Hitler.
I Kvh bottle of the Toole contalna one bottle ot
Ut the Bitter, combised wltn pure Hi NT A CIIL'Z
in mum. aoo oaTorcti in auen a manner mai toe ex
lr treme bltterneai of the Hitter la otenome,
pit lonning a nrepamion riignir agreeable ana
l pleated to the balate, and containing the medic-
kh mai tinue 01 tne Bluer. The price ol the
ionic i per Dome, wnicn mnr peron
II mini iikj nigo jaej man una into conlaer
auoa inai ma tumuiest ated la guaranteed to be
of rure aualitr. A eoor article could ha fur
l Btahed at a cheaper price ; but la it not better to
la par a little mora aad have a geod article! A
no meaicinai prenaraiion anouia conuin none I jut
t the beet Ingredient I and thej who exnect to ob.
I tain a cheap compound, and be benefitted be it,
' will moat certalnl; be cheated.
. O-.S jVE j. 2ST TOWIC;
HOOFLAND'S PODOPHYLLIK PILL
WILL CUBE YOU.
They r Ike rtft BloeMl FurlH'
I To the medical world, and wit! eradicate iiica-e
I anting from impure Uood, Ivbilltjr of the
I Dufttlte Organ, or I)iteaed l.irrr,
I in a ahorter lime than any
i other known rem-
The Whole Sunreme Court of Pennvrlranla
. peak for toeae remedlea. Who would at a for
oore dignified and atrongrr tetllmonr I
It. . . . . .
C, ion. ueorg . oouwara, lormeiiy wruei jua
JV lice oi tne nupreme court 01 rennr-Tiraoia, at
I), preacnt meiaber ol Congraea from Pcnujlra-
I' ' Philadelphia, March 16, IftCT.
I find Boofland'a Oermaa liittet a I a good toaic,
aeful In dleaea of the dlgeatire organ, and of
a'reat benefit la caie ol debility and want of
n4rTaa arnoo in ine ijtiein. iour, iniir,
lion. Jame Tfiomptoo, Chief Justice of the Hi
arrme Court of t'enntjirania!
Philadelphia, April 28, lc?.
I rooil.lrr Ifoofltnd' German Bitter a talua.
'a tri.11infl ineuea of allju-k bf lniilalLin nr
Hi Tapepaia. I can certur inia irom my expert-
, ace 01 It. I our, wun repeci.
i Ion. George Bbarewood, Juatice of the Supreme
I Cuttrl of Tentrnla i
7i Phlladllpbl. Junel, IKS.
1.' t k ffinnrl t.T itMrlttc tht lloofland'a
Meraiaa Bittera ia a eery good Ionic, rellerlng
t yapentlc aymptotna almot directly.
, OKOBOB 8dAR3WOOr.
Hon. Wm. F. noicri, Mayor ol the City of Iltif.
II falo, N. V. i
I Mayor Office, BuRalo, Juno set, Hw.
n I hare uaed llootlacd'a tierroan Hitter and
oolc in my family during tho put year, and can
iMommend them a an excellent tonic, impart
I is tone and li!or to the iTitcm. Their ue ha
tvaen prodirtlre of decidedly t-enellcial etfecla.
WM. P. HOOKUP.
B.'un. Jiiiipa t. U'aaiI. ex.Mavor of Willtamanort
l I take great pleasure in recommending Hoof
rk nd'a Oerman Tonin to any one who mar be nl-
Ift rted with I)Dr4ia. 1 hail the DrflDentia ho
Iy idly it wait imboialble to keep any food on iny
F foniach, and I became ao weak a not to be able
' widk halt a mile. Tho boillea or Tonic er
cted a perfect cure. JAMtS M. WOOD.
KeiueruDer that iloofland'a uerman Hitler.
'id llootland'a German Tonic, will cure every
Iawaembr that lioofland'a Oarman Rm.
R e are the medicine you require to purify the
flood, excite tne torpm i,irer m nealtny action,
ltd to enable you to pat aalely through any
JirdMiipa and expoiure.
Or Bubitltule for Mercury Pill".
U'O PILLS A DOSE. The mot powerful, yet
IDUUVrui, triMwiw vailiwiiiv nift.wii.
It it not necotaarjr to take a liandful ol the
11 to prouuee lo uvairvm vuwut. itoui luvui
lauleklr and powerfully, clearulng the Liter,
jmach and Dowela, or all Impurlllea. The
luclpal Ingredient U Podopbyllin, or the Alco
ii. Vnrx-t of Mandrake, which la br many
im more powerful, acting and ecarehing,
i Mandrake Itaelf. Ita peculiar action 1" i
l Liter, cleaning it pedlly front all ob
nl, Willi ail tuv puwvt ui nercury,
m all lb InJurloua reeult attached i
o the uie
j 'or all duaaaa In which the uae of a cathartic
i ih.i mineral. .
Iad eatetl, toeae pm win Kite eaure aaiiarao
?i ..7r aa. r They MKVKk VAIL.
. a caeca of Urec Ckmplaiat, lryipeyMla, aad
8 lreoeCoUTaa, Dr. UoofcBda Sarrnan Bit.
I a, or Toiuc, Maole) bo aaedta conaaeHon with
i Pill. TnetonweBOCToi inDiwerjorTPBc,
ild up the yatera. TheBitUri.orTonio, pn
a the blood, atrrngthena the nerree,' reg.
tea the Liter, tad etrength, energj and
r'n wour Bowela active with the Pill niJl
W up theayatem with Blttara, or Tonta,Ui,
I II HI.... ,.n r.lin tha hold, or even aaaall yixeawnt
III Lniiot that it la Dr Uoofland'a Oerman Item I
I'J e that era io unlter.allr ued and h f bly.
9:ommendtdi and do not allow the; druggiatto
ilut you loiaae anyiniog eiae iiuu ua in ear
J mil a gooo, oecauaa tie maaei a ipraer prvat
I it Theaa remadle will be tent bv Kxnreaa to
y locality upon application to the I'HINClPAL
qt ABdUDTKEET, PU1LADELPUIA.
, , CJBAJL M. KVANN, trnrltor.
C Fonner)yC, M,JacKaonAOo.,
Phaae Remedlae are for ! by Drugglatt
Publication e?f. Knllelln Riillllnr,
WMohlnglon A Tea tie.
H. G. AT HOME.
THE SPEECH THAT OKRELEY
i his l lllLOfOI'IlKK TALKH OUT IX HKKTINO
fULLHTIIK CARPKT-nAOUKIM THIEVKS
MARKS A IEW KKMARKS OX TUB
Nkw ornt, Juno 12. Tho public recep
tion to Horace Oreeljr by the union ropub
I'yn general commltteo of this city, of
which ho U chairman, on tho occasion of
in ruturn irom 'Aexai, occurred toll cc
nlni; in Union Square.
Uavlnif been formallv Wotcnnml nnil in.
tro-Juceil to a Urgo audience by Enoch L.
Karchcr, Mr. Oreeltiv tirocecded atonr-eto
comparn the cxltlng atatc of affair with
that ten yeara ago, before tho wnr, declar-
InK the rebellion and it mrmflrn of linlf
a million or the bet and bravent live of
the country might all have been "pared
bad the north and aouth onlv undnratood
each other, and free apccb and fair inter
change of opinion prevailed throughout
the entire country.
HIE FKKM ON HIM TRIP.
Two monthaaeo liu wa Unit Invited to
go to Texaa and deliver an agricultural
addicaa, and though at tint he determ
ined to decline, he vleldcdtntho ad v Icq
of hit friend, who told him they thought
no coum uo mo wnoie counin good by
going uowntoTexai. Now, taid Mr.
Greeley, I hear It (aid I went to Texas
wiui loo much parade and circumstanco :
that thero was too much maklnp of
speeches from the platforms of curs and
from the balconies of hotels, and I fulir
concur In that cr t c srn: but Invita
tions came from all nuartera. and f fcilt
it my duty to ipeok words or conclllla
tlon. I responded when I could, and for
the rest kept silence.
(IKKKLKT AK A CAXUUJATP.
Mr. Greeley said in several Journals his
namo was too often mentioned at n rnndi.
date for office and ho fully concurred In
that suggestion, but he was in n certain
sense a public man, Identified with party
contests and party principle. Ho had
often reproved and reproached better men
than himself, because they would not ac
cept offico and left second-rate men to fill
them. During tho last twenty year Mr.
Greeley said ho had been four times a
candidate for office twice for congress,
once for n constitutional convention and
once on a state ticket, but never bnd ho
sought nomination and rarely wn ho con
sulted in regard to it.
I AM HOT AT ALL (IREATfUL,
said he, to tbc republican party for theso
nominations, l accopt them as I would
any other duty, but fat it tupport I am
grateful. Hut the past Is past, and let the
dead bury their dead. I am perfectly will
ing to pais receipts with the tepullican
party. I could not help being a republi
can. For the future I need no office, desire
no office, and though I shall not decline a
nomination which has not been given me,
I shall seek no office. I am, however, will
ing to do my duty. I have worked enough
for which I am reasonably well paid; and
the more quiet and Dcacoful inv rcmatnlnc
day shall be, the better I shall bo'Mtls-
With these remarks. Mr. Greeley left the
ubject of his own political future, and re
viewed at length the principal incidents
in his journey south, his impression of
southern policies and society, nnil urging
cnrnestiy ms laminar views,
LIIIRKAI. AM) OKMgHOL' TKKATM ENT
of the cori'ucrcd states. He spoke in se
vere terms of the ku-klux, which he said
tho government ouht to extirpate at once
and forever, and In sevcro and more sar
castic condemnation of tho
TU IK VI NO CAHI'trr-IIAUOKIto,
who, belaid, were a cunu to tho south
and u disgrace to the north, whence they
came. The carpet-baggers, who plunder
and prey upon tho negroes and poor
whiter, whilo pretending to be anxious for
tbeir education 'and the salvation of their
souls, ho said, were the greatest existing
obstacles to republican ascendency in the
south, and so be denounced them. Allud
HI 81-EEC 11 AT VICKHUUUO,
Greeley said bo did not any tie trusted tho
time would come when wo of the north
would honor Lee nnd Stonewall Jackson
as we honor Grant and Sherman ; but
that he hoped the time would come when
all Americans, north and south, will feel
just pride in the military character and
acntevmcnts of .Lee and Stonewall Jack
ion, just as we of the north now take pride
in the character and achievement of
Grant and Sherman aad Thomas.
Probably,'' added Greeley, "this is
too strong for somo of you, but I can wait,
I can wait."
CONCXRNI.VO THE NKW DEI-AnTUKK.
Greeley thought it was fully justified.
Tho democrats bad done well to depart
from the foolish old business of running
their head against a'stono wall. Hut it
has always been the rttlo of his life never
to conjure up a bad motive for a good ac
tion. Tho democrats see thny are where
they had better not be, and that they had
better depart. He ,was glad of tho now
departure, and to see that the Doinoctnts
A NEW POLITICAL KELIQIOV,
and hereafter would carry tbo axe under
their coattt instead of on their shouldets
whon they went outchopping on Sundays.
It would bo better yet to leave it in tho
woodshod and go out nnd treat the black
man as a brother, and ho believod the demo
crat?, at least tho better part of the demo
cracy, meant to do this and tnnkc demo
cracy more than skin deep.
He would not,'howevor, mako too much
cf the now departure, ho did not under
stand that it professed any torrow for the
put warfaro against tho right of man,
nor made any proralgo not to ronow It.
Dut if tho democrat admit that tho re
publican amendment to the constitution
ro finally and Irrevocably ratified and
must be got rid of, If at all, in tho same
way thoy were got, by majorities in con
gress, and a vote of three-fourth of till tho
,u.te,!1 7" ,httn f" bat H wo uv
gained is secure undor tho guarantees of
the federal constitution.
I believe In human progress : I believe
men are wiser and bettor toslay than a
dozen year ago. I am wo'ary of this
concerning tho fundamental principles of
our constitution , I am tired of tdachinc
democrat tha A, B, O of democracy I re
joice that they have taken a now depar
ture. But will it not put the republican
party out of power ? it Is asked. Bursa
lay confidence is si plant of. alow growth
and it will take lorao time for the people
to hay much faith in the new creed of the
democrat. It will take soma time for
their own folk to believe It. Ultimately I
WILL STBENQIITIIEK THE DEMOCRACY,
but I am willing to go out ol power now
and livo In minority forevor if nec-
sary. The downfall and overthrow of
'American slavery i the grandest work of
any generation ifnco tho government wis
founded. Letus remember tbo crand old
Bible injunction : "Speak to the children
of Israel that they go'fqrwnraVL Wo
ought long ago to havo ended all this
VNIVKBRAL AMNESTY AMP 1MTAETZAL
and If the democrat) concede the latter
tne republican must grant tne former.
THE CAIRO DAILY
around him to preparo for tho new Issue
and tho new strugglo which will open bo
foro us, questions of tho industrial policy
of national advancement and prosperity,
and demand tho best and most honorablo
service of tho Amerlcon citizen.
Mr. OrfiAlnv nlnAfl with an ntnnnent
apostropho to tho new and broader depart
ure wnicn no nopca lor tho wholo country
in peace, unity and prosperity, and retired
amid heart? r.hnir frmn llio thniitnnrl
i it ' i
oiuuiiu inu piauorm.
QfAftcr Susan II Anthony lectured at
Ittpton, Wis., sho wanted somo recreation
and amusement, so sho took a walk on
Sunday around tho graveyard thorn.
"While sho was enjoying the litcraturo of a
wm Dswne sno heard a lot of little boys
aying "Theft her," and she thought "such
it fame." Congratulating hcrsolf that even
the children of the land knew her. she was
accosted bv an urchin, who said : "Say,
ain't you tbo old women who walks up tbo
wire on tho clrcnt tent lo-morrow?'
In aid of a Public Library,
AT OMAHA, NEBRASKA.
OrtlT 00,000 TICKETS! IX AM..
.Junk :30, 1871.
Ticket! Ttro Hollars tlnrtl-llnl vca One
SSSTThl f-n(rirjf Mill to rnnilnrtpil In a ore
clielv similar rmmirr to that nr the !( Grand
(iiftCorvertoftlin Mercantile Library Aocla
Hon, of Han Kranci', Hhich save ucn unlrernal
ONet'hancft'lii Kvery Thirty. KiRhl.
I Catli lent ..........1,'J
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I Cah filtt 10,iaj
1 Cah Olft ft.roi
I Cali (iitt ...,.......m- 3,(iifl
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14 ;ah liilla, ym each 7,5iu
10 Uitlidifla, iJ icri... .. .)
a) limb. Olfte, IKI each , 2,i0
JO Cash (ilfl, M each 2.ri
HI) (Uib Oirta.
:i eali ,
ii each i.fie
ID each..... m.itnj
. eoli. &,(Mi
-ll'i Gift, amounting to Iii,iXl
Which will be ditribuU-il bv rbance amonv tb
ticket holleri. br the Mutual Alii Aawiatinn ol
Kirzatvu M It. Brock. t'-S. Minlnlnrera.
Omaha: 1-Ijrn r Kstbriekic, late Union 1'acific Kail
roal or&ce, Oniklia; J. Turner, Deputy U. H. Mar
ahal, Oinalia; J. Lvjyl. 1'oatoWce, Omaha, Neb.
uJze A. L. Ilajfev, Manclla, 111.
wooa reponaieie agents wanted. Liberal cum
mUilon allnweU. For full partlcu!ara addre-.
LTrOKD ACO , Uuaines Manager.
Savks TIME, LABOR and MONEY
OVER OTUKK ARTICLE IN ChE FOR FLOOR
AND HOUSE-CLEANING, ARE
lal It turnitbes water anil iloci the xnibbloc
aad inoppInK at the .ime time.
lil It will dolt work in one.fuiirtb of tbe
time required In the ordinary mi.
M It will do the work of the crnbhlnir brnb.
ti, that cottTicent e.icb.
ttb II will aarethe price ol tMelf twice a year
3lh It will not raise a dut.
6111 The rubber can be replaced for 15cfnt.
7lh The hr-H.l I ln.llle.lble iron, nnd will tail
Hth If tou wlah tn uea moo. or cbth. in drv
tkecorner, remore the tin, and inert yoiirclolli,
and yoa lue that additional adtantage. .
EVERY FAMILY, STORE, SALOON
llUir.l, AMI STKAaiBOAT
SHOULD USE THEM.
1 am prepared to furniah them bv tinote dnien
or xro, on abort notice. Addrent
WM. HENRY, Cairo, Ilia.
DOUBLE-ACTING WINDOW LOCK
IIAVHKI.'m PATENT THE ONLV KKLIA1ILK
WIVIlOW PAST OCT.
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5 s- X
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HKKLI.IIEIMEK & CAHN,
fk'le owners of the Territone of the SUtea of
Illinois, Wloouiln rii.I Iowa, anil
AgentM for other Ktatex,
Oenkiiai. Offick G 'Wasiiinoton-ht.,
SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Monday, April illli, 1871, train ull
run a loi.owa i
NORTH KRN DIVISION.
TaaiN ooiko i-oriiirnr.
Le Virginia...... GMUn.m !2::ti p.m.
Dpriuaiii'iii. ...... "
Tailorllle....lU:6i 4:2U '
Arrive at rann 11:10 in 1:17
TBllNS ootao xoatiiwur.
Leave Pana ..,..t:iia,tn 3:lio.m.
" Taylorville 4:47 4:20 "
Arrive at UprlnKtield...O;lS " O.ui 11
Leave Dpainifield : ' - 0:1" "
Arrive al Virginia :M !:I5 11
Taaiaa ooimo ouiUEaar.
v Edgewood....... 4:30 a m W:lo a.ni.
. " Klora.........:..t:2i ll:4
arrive at Bhawneetown3:&:ip m ... 6:13 p.m
i it uviao aoaTHwaT.
Leare Shawneetown 5:14 a.m ... S.SOp.m
h ft, wol.....'.4:so " g;20 "
xi'"7,.l. u!'": "V "om Kugewooil, run only
iin,f,,o,,W2l,nl"l,J!",,n'1 'nUaya, and fl:4Ja.m.
cS?.fndb.t8u'rdl.?,?,0n " T,""J'. Thura.
Connect at Aahland with Jacliaonv'llle UlvUlon
of Chicago and Alton It illroad. for jicUonvl lie.
At HprinKaeld. with Chicago and Alton, and
Toledo. Wabaj. h and Wcatorn Railroad', f?,r
Bloorolnglon.Uiloaa.., and all points north.north
-."L"!!"' M' 8t' ,'oul l Illinois
Central Railroad lor all point enit, south and
At Edgewid with Chicago IHvUlon Illinois
MAtKtorHfUh Ohio a4 MUatufclppi JUilroad.
trtatl. Pn.lnf.h. Palrn anA fit IjmiIs.
fllll lB)lllU1Wlf IKl .
SOLD SI.SCE THEIR INTRODfCTIOK.
The mot Bucce-iful, I'orular ami Perfect
Of tho period, are our well-known
Blo bf the almpleat coratrtictlon, are easily
managed and Kuerantaed to give
A 8 no article In the houaebold ha greater in
fluence tn promoting the health, comfort and
heppiiieM of the family circle than the Cook
Wove, it is economy a well a policy to get the
very bet t and In buylag the Charter Oak you can
lelycn getting the rnot successful, popular and
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING (.'0.
Ill 4t SI. MftlB Htrael,
AND ALL I.IVP. MF.RCHANTS I.ILE
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vlce-Prealdenl i
C. N. HUGriEH, fJahler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCIIANfiK, coin, bank note and I'mled
riute securities bought and sold.
Interest Allowed on Time UepualU.
4 liitrlertsl .Vfnrrli 31, 1SBB.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. li. SAFFORI), Prealdent;
M. s. TAYLOR, Vice-Preiia-ent ;
W. IIYSLOI. Becretarr and Treasurer.
P. W. Hani-Lit.
V. M. St.H krLr.ni.
Pil L G. H ut ii,
W. I'. IUluuai,
It. M. ClXMM.ll IV,
J, M. I'lllUlM.
DrpeMtllN ofauy Aiuouti Krreli nl froeu
Ten t enta Ipaarsi.
iNTKKK.iT paid on depoit at the rate ot alz
(ercent. per annum, March Island Beptem
tier 1st. Interest not withdrawn 1 ailded imme
diately ta the principal of the deposltr, thereby
g'ving them compound Intereid.
MARKIII) WOMF.N AND CIIII.DRCN MAY
m iHir soovr turns un it.
Open every husinet dy from 9 a.m. In .1 p.m.,
and Saturday evening tor HIVI.Mi DEI'lHITS
only, from C tn a o'clock.
auanf W. UYPLOP, Treaiurer.
"THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, President;
A. II. HAKFOKP, Cuihier;
WALTER 1IYHI.OP, Altant Caliler.
BraiTaTAVUia, ItnacaT H. Ci nvimihi,
S-itt Wiri. W, P. Haiimii,
llro. P. Wiiiumiion, HirrHH Itlap,
A, II. Hiriuau.
Csrkassa;, Cols sua el I'ssltoel Nlsslra
Besl stosscltl ssss4 Nolal.
DEPOSITS received, and a general heuklng
CJeventy-five lo twohuudred dollar per month
3 eveivwbere, male and female, to Introduce the
tienuiue Improved Common Sen Kainily rctrtnK
Machine, This liutdilr.e will stitch, lirni, rell,
tuck, tluil.bmld, cord, niillt and einbridei In a
most superior niiinner, I'rioe only 1.
warranted for fivo year. We will Jiy fur
any machine that will ew antronger, more leau
tifulor more elaatio aeainthanoari. H make the
"Elastic LooaHlltch." Every aeconil alitchran
bo cut, and still the chth canuot be pulled apart
without tearing It. We pay ageuta ITS to lit" per
month and expenses, orauoiiimi'iion from winch
twice that amount can be niado, For circulars
and lorine, apply to oraddrem,
4-1U Spruce Htreet, ,1'Mladelptila, Pa.
Cicriox. Lo not-be Imposed upon by other
pitla palmloK olt woithlees caat Iron machine
Under tne aaine name or otherwise. Our la tha
only genuine and really iTactlcrd cheap machine
JUNE 15, 1871.
1871. SUMMER. 1871.
Kr.r.lH CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
-A. T THE LOWEST CASH PBIGES, '
The Clirapet and nut
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES. Etc.,
fOHNKK or MIXTIUNT. AM) OIIIO.I.E VEt,
PARTICULAR attention paid to order for
of the beat of material med.
.Vo. 101 4'OVI.tfi:il'I.tf. AVJLVI'I..
Wlahe to coll attention lo hi immeme loci; of cew and eaoiiibli
CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AM) CAPS.
EVERYTHING PEE3H, KEW, DESIRABLE.
Drs Goods a Specialty.
Noveltlei in fllk. Poplin, Japanene 8ilk. Silk Warp, Mohair.. Lawn, Percnlc, P. K.',
etc. American Hlack Oro drain Silk, and a full line of the celebrated
Heaver brand of Pure Hlack Molinir.
Tbc latest aaaoitmcnt of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Ml mm4 IsstltssUoa iJwea, elc. t-ser
a7lr of CarMla, mud m full lino
ssw. boiii", anon
FAIR DEALINGS AXD SMALL PROFITS.
'An examination of hi atock fa ropcctlully aaked.
rA.nr. cookixg stoveh.
WARRANTED FIRST-CLASS IX HVEHV HKSPKLT.
W II AT HOCSEKEKPKr SAY AHOtT
"FAME" COOKIUG- STOYES
ALWAYS THE BEST,
ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
AND UNEQUALLED IN THE PERFECTION OF COOKING APPARATUS
W. G. CARY,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STREET
II EN ERA L I'NDEItTA K Kit.
h 2 i 3 11 mm
1 - is "
o i g 1 1J
r-5 8 ;-
r. WsMhlHgtavsv.aiud .
Board nnd Tuition, pf r aim u in , fiiti (m
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEflK
INAVuuatrrn av it. a, u. mix r .siTHra,
Hoard and TultUn, r annum tm 01
resident The Very B. V.I, Hellmuth, D. !.,
svaii oi iiurcn.
For partleulara. apply to Malor r.vr.r
ATM, 4.'ArN, EI('
WHITE SHIRTS lu all tyle ma le, an I only
ofTcrml let Ihp dir. .New mid choice
of Ull 4'lollm. Malllnfra, Miilr 4 nr
nnu anus in irrrni tnrioly.
ORTH Sc CO,
SIZES OtsTOW E,E.E"3rT.
CI1AEIX3 A. DAS'A, Editor.
A Newspaper el the Preaent Tlmoe.
Intended for Peeple Nam en Eatih.
InclQilBg Farmer. Mechanic!, Merchant', Pro
fessional Men, Workers. Thinkers, and all Man
ner of Honest Folks, and the Wlvei, Bons, and
ONLV ONE DOLLAR A VEAIl I
ONE HD.VDUED CO PI EM FOIt 30,
Or Ic' than One Cent a Copy. Let there be a
830 Clnb at every Poet Office.
HK.MI.VKEKLY817., S3 A YKAK.
rat. WEEKLr, bat with ereater variety of
mlaeellanoou. readme;, and furnhhlng the newa
to Its subscribers with greater frcahnea. became
It comrs twice a week Instead of onco onlr.
THE DAILY SUN, S A YEAK.
A preeminently rcadsblo newiDaner. wltn tha
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THE DOLL All WEEKLY HD.N.
FIto copies, one yesr, separately addrr used.
Ten copies, ono Tear, aenarstelyaddreaicd (and
an extra copj tothegetter up or "eiao)7
. Eight Dollar.
Twenty eoplcs. one year, separately addressed
(and an extra copy to me (etler up of clnb).
r. , Hltccn Dollnra.
Fit.r,.c?JllT,,0I"J " tone a.ldrci land the
Bemt.n cekly one jerio g.tler u p of clobi.
Fifty copies, one year, feparatelraadreeied fand
tho bcml Weekly one year to g-etter u Vclnb),
n k . . Tblrty.uo llollnrm.
One hundred cootes, one yesr. lo one aitrr
jjjd ih. mnyror one ye'.r .oJji.JK
P"clal) HUtr Dollar.
TUB 8E3II.WEEKLY 80.
Fivo copies, one year, separately aitdrexed,
t. , Klght Daliara,
Ten eoMe. one vcr. tcparately addressed (and
an extra copy to getter up of clod)V
SEND YOUtt MONEY
tno letters ccntalnlnc money, Addr
I. Y. ENGLAND, PnMiiher,
Son offlcu, York CStr,
I'AKKER k RIiAKE,
in. mas in
WI1 ITE LEAD, ZI NC, OI LS,
WINDOW GLASS and VUTTY,
WALL VAPER.WINDOW SHADES
V6 OHIO LliVEK,
vacs ci j, 3, WBbSST '
20 Nortli LUglftTi'sti, Phlikda
A color and dressinr? tVinf iii
not burn the hnir or hrjuro tho
It does not produce a color
mechanically, as tho poisonous
It gradually rrc8torcB the h&r
to ita original color and lustre-,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It caused a' luxuriant growth
of soft, fmo hair.
The heat and safest articlo
Clean and Pure. No sediment.
Sold everywhci c.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Counselor
to the. Married or
those about to marry
nn thA nhv.lnlAi,l.l
iiji-ii-riv uu'j reTfiauon oi win srxuaiajstem,
of the sexual system,
"I... mr ...rfiiii-uuTrnr in pruaiicuiK ami pre
ventlnff otl4prln, preserving tnacomplexlon, Ac.
..n .- nu iiiicirriiii num in inu iiuuureuaau
, in, Hiiiurruua vuxruf iiikv,
an'i contain valuable information for those who
b ' inarriBK, amiiiiaa
rn. iu nu. oim irre ui poauige) ior w cents.
Addrea Dr. Butta" Illapenaary, No. 12, N.
EighthMreet, 3t. Iul,Mo. " '
n otlcc to the Afflicted and TJafortuBate.
Ucfore applying to the notorious Quacks who
advertise In tne public paters or using any Quick
remedies, peruse Dr. nntts work', no matter
what your dieae is or how deplorable your con
Dr. nutu can be consulted, personally or by
mall, on tliediaeate mentioned In hi works.
Office, No. 12 N. Eighth street, bet. Market and
Chestnut, St. Louis, JIo. myVdwly
GALEN'S HEAD DISPENSARY.
K'taMlHhcd In ISW, aid chartered In 1801, for the
treatment of all
DISEASES or a PRIVATE NATURE
A euro guaranteed in every esse.
DKWKE'S FEMALE HEOl'LATOKS
Warranted to remove obatrustions, etc.
Price, $2 per box.
9rAIo. n full assortment of Bandsa-ea and
True"; and a superior nuallty of Male Sheatbj;
II for single one. M ner halrdcrcn. or f.5 tr
A MEDICAL PAMPHLET,
Containing an elahorale treatise on the above dls-
v i "'iin i.-w ia;fcii.ui rriiiaiKfl upon ine
cause, ellect and treatment of the same con-
iiumK i.ikp fi"h-:! ani ou cuia anu euaravinKS,
showine the diflcrrnt stages, etc.
iii. iu Bcnini wrapper un receipt oi.aajni.
OALEN'H head dispensary,
Fo. T3 West Jefferson-st., LOCI9T1LLE, Ky.
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
N. W. COHNEll FIl'TH AND RACE STS.,
IIH a reliable Family Sledlclne, and can be
aken by either infant or ac tilt with the same been
tic 11 result. It is ncertain, promptand speedy
emedy tor diarrhea, dysentery, bowels complied
dyspepsia, lowness of spirit, falntlngs, sick
stomach, he.tdache, etc. Forchlllsand fever ol
all kind, It Is far better and safer than quinine
eithout any of lis pernicious effect. It eSects
vn appetite, proves n powerful digester of food
and will counteract the etlecta of liquor la a few
minutes. As Indisputable evidence of Its medi
cal uronertie. we aonend a few of the manv ear.
tlricatesin ourposscsmon :
Jolin.sona Depot, East Tenn., and Va. K. R.
Jacob .Sciirxre. Vjtn run,,, r n.....i iu.
Bitter I bare ob'alneH Irnm Vmi mntt f.J I., an.
to be nil thev are rccutnmendisil in h. r rmin.!
one bottle to atlord me considerable relief, . 1 ieel
aathousti I cannot do very well without them, in
my present state of health.
i. .sir..iiir;, i:nKotitnr,iri at.,l'Mlla.
Piintor Baptist i'sjuyunk Church.
Sold by W. I". Allen, Ss Main i-trert Dubuque.
THE REST TONIC IN USE I
rou Hii.r. n v
:. V. 31 A YNAHD, PROFR
liver coiupUint sre I
uneaslnese and pain
In the aid. Berne
lime the pain la in
the shoulder, and ia
i .... i r,,r ri..Miniliiii. The stomach la alia
uiuiii. i.... .f ni'ixliie and aickne. bowel I
geneialcoliie, noinetlmea nlternatlng with lax.
The head I" Iruutilrd with pain, nnd dull, heavy
r lota ot memory, accom-
1 l.lVl'lf i pauled with painful aen
, lilJ.H j .atlonof having left USW
1 I done something wblcb
' ought Id luive been done
Hue i-omiilainiiig of weaknei-s.dcbllitr. audio
pint. Sointtliiio, some of the above aymp-
t nil llttflld the illseiiMA. and at other times vert
few ol them ; but the Liver la generally the orgau
rr.ot Involved. Curnthe Liver with -l '
KH 11 Pfl VI A TOR
A preparation ol roots and herbf , warranted to
bo strictly vegetable, andean do ua injury to any
It haa been need by bun.lreds; and ksosm
me iat r.i venr aa one oi me moil rem
cailnua and harmlea nreraratloiaTer nH
sns nine ring, ii main rtgmariy anupawatawmiy
li is ure to cure.
livnilf A'TAll I sK-kheajHche.ehronlo
IVMi U LAlUll dlarrhu. aflectiona ot
) tha bladder, camp
v-' . -v v.-l dvataUn sJeolausas
of the kidneys, tever, nervounuesi, chill, diaeaaaa
of thu skin, Impurity' of thebloo.1, malanetiolT,
uf i.iiVPHuiMi.iiiii ii:i ...Ml u, tvitv, wt : mJ
III . tiV IMWCW, I .. . 1 11 III" ,(MM, I.IW Mn aiv. , ,
dronav. bulla. Vain Intlialack nlMtl?iais
rjmpeum, jrpiaio ariis;Moas,aa)iiiiHaiiaiRiawaae an,
fiepirVl only by 4. M MHw ilBV
Drugjtlala, am, Os.
mr sale iiy rtarciey urutrtars, umo mi