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JOHtf 11. OBERLY & CO.,
PAUL G. SCHUII,
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LI. PATENT VVlUCl wa
worth having. Ag tut for
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THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
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A0 COaUlACIAI. ATHUH
Lit Mf.h 'lii I
jqh Meeivta a run ani amend id una or
traaaaiaan. allk arinraa. a Ik aaloan. aul.
baU aa4 boanall, fine kid Klotet, Ia4i.' and
llinftW. ainfl "PAnflv fiVknls.
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All o( which the proposes to tell at
H "YWtf XOtflll CASH PRICES
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iTJJE BTO0K.OF WATCHES.
JOLOOKS, JEWELRY, ETC. i '.
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laraaia tha mcra canl rail rand commodloaa
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pMMii'bllMk to Mt mornliga 4d ere-
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ALLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER,
COUNSELORS AT' LAW,
William Ji Allen,
llUtnJi Allen, "k
n II. Miilkey, V
AaT-parltfllla- ftllnnlU.n ,..1.1 In .,..1 ..I-
orrict rooms 7 and 8 wintkb's iii.ock.
WKKKJI & UlLHttUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willhun II, fttern, )
William II liilbert, t.'AHIO, II.I.I.VOK
Miles P. Gilbert, J
Baf1riIul alfnnl.rin .!. i In i.lmliJ.w .....
I orrioe 01110 lkvkk, noons 7 si H, ovkp.
CITY NATIONAL HANK.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii prepare! 10 ciuii.tiii-i with ilin beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
yj i.evkK. vt at tlia Coal Trd l-low the Hi
lutrlat Holal, will ryite prumpt allall(c.
a It 1 1 . 4 a.w i itit il 1
. "V u ' mmfmifcou aloiu
!,, ,tmri at ny hour. ccastf
R. SMYTH & CO.,
onto i. e v r. k ,
'iA'ae,ikri rontuntly on litnd a mo.t r.tn-
tC'uTCIi AND IItI.ll WIII.HKIK8
1'ort, Miiderla, Slwrry and Catawba Wine
"P 8MVTII 4 CO. aril fxclu.lri-ly for co.h. lo
XV- whib fact IhfT Inrite (lio mpecul iti-n.
tion af cloie bartun biiyf r.
Special attention yimi to Filling Onle'rt.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IIS MILLINERY
, LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
' Camuarailail Avrnur, opiiokltr Kllto
CLOTHING i'OR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ittady-Majp.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies
Hats and lionnets of tho latest stvlcs.
BOOTH AND NHOKS.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKJUt,
Batwstn Washionton Artnuo anil .l'opl.ir Street,
Booti-aa'd Banes Made to Order."1'
Fin, Workmen. Employed.
CITY SHOE. STORE
HOOPfi SKIRT FACTORY
. i jt .,ota Aosacr wa
. i I i - 1 'Ml
BOOTS AND SHOES
anaacralal Avtaae, Cornrr of Klghlh
r-AETICULAK ATTXNTION PAID' id all or-
DlltS POK HOOPSEIKTS AND SIIOIH.
CARL L. THOMAS,
I prtpared to io all kinds of plain and ornar
( ' roamai , I
KAL80MININO, TAPER HANGING
1 aiarei wincn ueiy u couietlon, and In the
higCest tftyli (,f (he painter' art,
.00K QMQWtKKUli ,AYXHUI AND
Rrporlnl ripcelnllj- for llir t'nlro Ilul
Icfln. Trn lionrs In mlvnnrc ol Sf
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INDIAN TROUBLES IN Alii
ZONA. EX ,H IX'lt KT A R Y, SB WA RD
( IRELAND AND THE ENGLISH
LETTER Or THE LATE KAUL
movement? of the
INFORMATION FROM 'JOVER
NOR HARVEY, OF KANSAS.
New York, September 9. Thero arc
various rumors among city politicians that
IVte H. Sweeney contemplates withdraw
ing from the Tammany ring; that for the
saico of Tammany urid himielf he will aid
Iri tho steps taken by tho citizens" associ
The Tribuno believes that Sweeny has
endeavored to sccuro the resignation of
Tweed and Connelly; that Connully did
last week tender his resignation, but it
was subiequently withdrawn. Tweed not
only declined to resign, but it Is believed
he succeeded in inducing Sweony to mod
ify his programme. .Sweeny states to the
reporters that lie will nave special counsel
in tho injunction suit on .Monday. Some
of tho best lawyer of the city had in
formed him thattho cuio ngaintt tho olll
ciais could not bo sustained. Ho lias not
concerned himielf much about newspapers
recently, nnd in anxious to rctiro wholly
from political life.
New-York, September 0 Richard
Dooluy, n mctsenger of tho North River
1) ink,"clitlms to have been robbed, in Wil
liam street, Wcdncidav, by three men, of
$1,000 in gold certificates, which ho was
taking from tho eub-trcavjry to thu bank.
Owing to tho injunction, tho city cham
berlain did not pay out any money yester
day. No warrants for money havo been
iiiued to city creditors. On .Monday tho
corporation will present their ropoft of
tho condition of tho llnanccs of tho city.
Chairman Cornell, of tho republican
stato central committee, in rejoinder to
day, in reply to Mr. Greeley, reiterates
the statements of his former communica
tion, nnd accuses Greeley of having been
placed at the head of tho lato goncrui com
mittee by Tammany trickery, and being
responsible for thu existing disscntions
among tho republicans in tho city.
President Grunt Las informed an inter
viewer of tho Herald, nt Long liranch,
that there will bo no immediato action on
the report frum Governor. Scott, touching
alleged kiiklux outrages in South Car
olina, -which tho prcsldonv has rccoived, is
contradicted by areportfrom Spartonburg
county, signed by twenty-six citizens, in
cluding n United States commissioner,
Unitod.States assessor, probato judgo and
shcritf. It danys that any alleged, act of
violenco wero perpetrated by tho kuklux.
Tho presidont has expressed his approval
of tho general features of tho opinion of
Attornoy General Ackcrman upon civil
A delegation of, tho southern republican
press association, nppointcd by a roccnt
convention at Washington, waited upon
tho president at Long liranch
yestcrdav and mado n complaint that
tho republican press of tho north ignored
tho republican prcis of tho south ; Unit the
latter was left almost entirely in tho back
ground ns to government patronage. Oth
er abuses, of Tntorest to republicans, woro
presented to tho president, who promised
to give tho matter his attontion.
Tiro custom houe assessor of the Six.
tccnth assembly district declined, last
night, to ondorso Judge Bernard's action
in tho Foley suit until after next Monday.
At n largo meeting of tho German of
tho Tenth ward lust night, tho proceed
ings of tho Cooper Instituto citizen's moot
ing and tho subsequent action of tho ox
ecutivo committee woro endorsed. Reso
lution, annum i l.u.o nilnnted at tho
Cooper Institute, wero enthusiastically
passod. Several speakers denounced tho
Tammany hall knaves,
Tho .Italians of this city nro beginning
to how signs of activity in various ways,
Thoy havo a movomcnt on foot to raiso n
Italian regiment; nro still discussing
way and means for, abolishing thu organ
grinding business, and now arc uxcrcied
about tho political situation since tho
refusal of Mayor Hall to review their
procession ; aro comowhut incen&ed
against him, and threaten to ruisu u po
litical club which may atford a nuochn for
tho overthrow of tho Tammany rine.
Thoy aro ivvory numerous body in thu
region of Fivo FolnU.
Tho London Tolcgraph, of August 20,
commenting upon tho lato disturbances in
Dublin, says that tho policy pursued to
wards Ireland is not calculated to awaken
a vory great, spirit of atlection among tho
Irish peoplo for tho English government.
It think thutlr Ireland wus shown justice,
affection on her part would follow.
Omaha, .Soptcmbor 0. Tho members of
tho Into constitutional convention of Ne
braska itro addressing tho peoplo In differ
ent pnrts of tho statu in fuvor of thu now
constitution. lis ndoptlon is considered
Reports from Wyoming territory cluim
a majority in ono branch of tho legislature,
which was largoly democratic) last year.
About one-sixth of tho votes cast In Lara
mio county woro by fomnlcs. Tho coun
ty glvoi a largo domocrntio majority. "
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1871.
A8IIIOTO.V. I). O . KanUmlmr 1. II
BIrdiell, superintendent Indian affair in
Arlzonla. reports that affairs are In crit
Tho 1'ima Indlant. by their threats,
have caused tho trader to close up their
itorcs on the ruorrationi. Theae threat
nro made by tho Indian because the trad,
or will not pay thorn direr for their
wheat, which has never been done on the
Tho Sunorinlendant ha solicitod aisls
tatico from fort McPowoll, tho nearest
On rcrclnt of Information that tho Ala
bama and Chnttanooga railroad I rurfblng
irtiins, reyumruy, uoiween Atlanta ana
Meridian," i distanco of 200 miles, tho post
ofllco department dircctod the postmaster
i natianoogn to tenu tne mans ror said
pliico by rnl).
Judce l'.ichardson hai recently written
from lnris to th,o secretary of taw, an ar
gent request for copies of the report on
immigration. Tho conoul general, having
rcuu uiu rcnori. exnretsca n ilea ro for
copies of tliu report, for dlilribution In
Franco. He siivs thnt he has numerous
enquiries on tho ubject of Immicratfon to
our country, and that he could uso 100
copies to trout adrantago. In view of the
argoney of tho appeal all the sparo copie
Nkv York. SentcmbcrO Tim HMit
betweon tho Fonton and Conklvn f.irilnnt
has extended lo Jirooklvn. wfioro at tho
ato meeting of tho republican general
cotnmittco tho conclusion was reached that
holders of office under democratic author
ity should not bo nominated or supported
tut Miiv uiucbivu oiuce -
Tho'anti Fenton faction have things
their own way.
San Francisco, September 9,Alvord
is elected mayor of San Francisco by a
majority of 2,000. Bcoth's majority In
tho city, 2,500.
Nkw Okleanh, Soptcmbor 0. A largo
and enthusiastic meeting of white and
black of Claiborne parish was held to
day. Great unanimity prevailed. All
the business houses wero closed. Resolu
tions to ignore federal politic, insist on
tho most rigorous econom V in atntn ninnn.
dituro consntont with tho dignity of tho
people, nnd the protection of all classes in
tho free exerciso of civil' and political
rights, wero unanimously agreed upon.
TOPETvATKaS'. ; ;
A number of eastern paper. havo been
publishing statements about Kansas, which
lias called forth thu following letter from
Gov. Harvey :
Topkka, Kas., Kept. I, 1871.
To Al.JT.KD GKAItY, Esq.,
Secretary Stato Agricultural Society.
Sin. It having been extensively pub
lished in eastern papers that no good land
can bo purchased in Kanias at f 50 per
aero, 1 tako this occasion to state facts
within my knowledge, believing that jus
tica to the state, and those seeking homes
hero, requires that Information should bo
published as widely as possible
There are millions ot acres of good birid
In Kansas to bo had under the provisions
of tho pre-crnptlou and hotnostead law, and
then tho Osago trust lands aro sold to act
ual settlers at 11.22 per aero, in portions of
Uo state which havo been largely settled.
Land can bo purchased by any ono at
price ranging from 5 to $20 per aero.
Of course, near largo town the price
Signed James M. Harvey.
Several fast Horses from St. Louis and
Chicago, and tho celebrated stallion,
" Rhode Island," boloneine to Senator
Sprague, are hero to attend the stato fair.
Cincinnati. September 9. Joseph
Longstarlcd, from Bainbridge, Ross coun
ty, unio, was on ins way to iiuisboro, on
1- riday, with a load of shingles. Ho was
found dead by tho roadside yotlerduy,
witli hit head in tho crovico of the
rocks, with tho shingles over it. The sup-
position is mat jxr. iongstanea whs drunk
and whilo in this stato of intoxication ho
drovo too near a ravlno, upsetting tho
V. W. Fishor, local inspector of steam
boats at this port, is lying dangerously ill,
A delegation of twenty-eight members
of the councils of Philadelphia arrived
hero to-day, and wore taken in cbargo by
committees of tho common council of this
city. They visited tho industrial exposi
tion this morning, and woro taken to tho
public institutions and suburbs this attor
noon. Eight thousand person visited tho
Saiiatooa, Scntomber 0. Tho Ameri
can crows aro soiling vory woll to-night.
Considerable conQdcnco is felt in some
quarters that they may take tho first plizo.
Tho following pools wero sold to-night;
Tnj lor and AVinship's, 1!0, i!5, 30. AVard'
10.11,12. Biglin's, 10, 10, 8, 8. Tyne, 7,
O, P, U, mo ciuwa aro placu.1 aa follows
for tho start; Renforth, Blglin, Taylor
nnd Winship, Duchess county, Pittsburg
and Ward. All thu crew nro in goed
trim. Tho wind litis been lighter to-day.
A good day is anticipated to-morrow.
Thero nro fewer arrivals than were ox
pected to-night, but heavy trains aro look
ed for to-morrow.
Wiikkmno, September 9. Tho dry
houses attached to Wilton, Dunlevy &
Co s largo keg work's uro having their reg
ular monthly burn-out. at this writing, a
o'clook u.m. Thoir saw mill and boat
yard it Immediately adjoining but no dan
gor of damage to them is apprehended.
Tho top mill thut wat dostroyed by nro
last Sunday is to bu robuilt at once.
LotnsviLi.K. Tho comniltteo of In
vostlgation of tho Louisvillo & Nashvillo
R.R. accldont, mot at 3 o'clock tills p. m
but owing to the nbsencoof oho Juro-and
tevoral witnesses thev udjourned tin
iiillmiriu.,! iinlil In.
tiujourneu until to-,
Boston, Septombor 0. Thu Matsachu-
CHc iiMinnn a i 4'. ..... I 1 I I
cidcdtomemQiiallzotho Htato convention
and every polRlcttl organlzatioa in behalf i
of tho woman suffrage movement. '" '
Paris, Sept. Part of thtso of four
partmont surrounding the city re to
oiKuaicu iimnouiaiaiy py me wermap
xuo uapariraam oi me one win i oc
t . . , . . ... ... ... .
cupied until a third paymont of the half
miiuara oi indemnity I paid.
Verhaillxs, September 9. La I'atric
ui mi morning lays mat Nigra, ambas
lador from Italy to Franco, was well re
celved yesterday by Thicr. Tho ambas
sador read a long dispatch from tha Italian
government. Tho interview is supposod
hj uum uocn lavoraoio vo inn preservation
wi goou teoiing ooiween t fanco and Italy
London, Sept.. Cotnmfsienor Guero
ny sails to-day In the China for New York,
Lhrlstiana fcdmund, tho poiontr has
Doen com muted ton charge 'of ilful mur
ton for Spain, whore sho I to remain about
iwo month. Nepoleon will meantime
Uko up bis abode at the "Levant,"
The Herald's correinontfrtnt it tho
deiths at Tabrez, Peria,fstlll average 240
rlr r'K.l.ll.n L U.
capod, aro camped at tho mountains. Dusi
ncss entirely stopped. Tho Pe'rsjantarmy
has boon disbanded. Tho itortna and Inun.
dation havo nearly destroyed Hazoln in
the vicinity of Tobies. Tho -auhmarln
telegraph connectine Hong-Kong and
Shong-hoe has been .broken.
vrn, n. sewArd
arrived in Berlin on Thursday.'
1.ON110.V, BcptcraDor u. xno conclavo
at Fuldo has determined' to tako declsivo
top acalnst any aggressive policy of Dr.
Von Muller. Prussian minister of eccle
siastical .affairs. A joint resolution ha
ueon auopioa uisrogaratng 'in decrees.
A petition has been sont to the otnporor,
ask ine. redress. . .
Gonzales Bravo, ex-prime minister of
Spain, died tuddenly at Biarritz in, com
Don Carlos orders his adherents to avail
thomielve of tho amnesty and return to
Spain. Bayoun is crowded with rolurn
Briuiito.v, Eng. -A letter dated 'Aug.
25, from tho deceased international leador,
Karl Marx, it published, In which ho say
the arrival of communist refugees in Lon
don, It oa the Increase! while
the meant of pastporting them it
on the docrease. An appeal for assistance
to Amorica.ni was to be made., iHo ox
prssted contempt fot Thlerr, whom'ho de
clares to be as edwardly in his relation to
foroign powers as'ho is untcrupalout In
regard to his ditarmed countrymen. lie
did not think Clusorett was a,traiUr,but he
lacked mettlo and did great- h'a'trn to the
ELIZABETH; N. J.
Klizaiiktii, N. Jn Sept. 9. In tho
suit of M. L. Murks, editor of tho Eliza
beth Daily Gazette, against John A. Wil
son, of the firm of David Valentine &
Co., of N.J.,for assault nnd battery, in
tlin supreme court this a.m.. $1,000 was
awarded to tha plaintiff, whose claim was
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New York, September 9.
GOVERNMENTS Firm and teadv.
MONEY Continue very plenty.
CniCAOO. Sontomber 9.
PORK 13; cash 12 seller year; 12
LARD Saleablo ; 9 cash sale; 8 Jan
uary. MEATS Family held previous prices.
WHISKY- Firmor ; sales 88 J.
St. Louis, Sopterabor 9.
FLOUR Firm, with an upward ten.
W.H EAT Lest active, but firm.
OATS In bulk on track: 83c.
RYE Higher; 00 a 62c.
PORK Better; $13.00.
BACON Good Jobbing and order
trade; ahouldors, ojo ; cloar rib, 7jc; oloar
New Orleans, Soptember 9.
HAY Scarce and highor ; choico $34.
PORK Prime most $14 refuted, $14.26
BACON Firmor, ranging from 7 to
0a ; choice sugar cured hams scarce, ICa
LARD Scarce; firm tlcrco 10al0jc;
keg, llftlljc, all othort unchanged.
alilE regular annual termofthla Lav Bcbool
. will open on Wednesday, October lllli, 1171.
l-'ullcour.o, two txrmt tlx months, each, btil.
deulaadmltted to the aeolor cla on examination
lr application on or before October 7th.. 1811,
Tuition foe, IW.U) per .annual, Kor partieulara
Q-. :MT. STB-WAJiT,
Aetlns; Dean of Uw Faculty,
203 NORTH 3rd St., ST. LOUIS, MO.
ATCll FREE, and, (so a day sure, na ham.
hua. Addreaa with aUmu. 1.1TT1 11).
LOOK TO YOUR" CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Cures colio and
In tlio boweli. i
ind griping Price,
cilitateatbe prooossof I Casta
'ip, aim i sa
riulHliiea uonriiMrnul 1'rlre,
and overcomes all din- ( ii
ease incident to In- fftala.
faata and children. I
Cures diarrhea, ilisea. i Frier,
lerr and summer com. I ti
plaint in chlldieaol all f Ctata.
Ilia the Great Infaut'a and Child rau'a Honthlnr
"'"" " ' uiuumih. on nj lueinin
orM) other eauie. I'reiiareiTliy thu
n....i. I- .11 I. ... ,.. . I . ... .I . . .n . . "
ORAFTON lKDIClNKcp.,bt, Lonls, Mo.
Kv,J !'y u"18l,', Dewlota in Mediums
oterywhen.. , . , ,Cy7dwSm
B.Pia?Pittfi''ttti 'JrJttlll.f .".TLV
lally'xaonted,-Tn1irie. BoilethV'book, job.
I newspaper Siadlag attabllthinent.
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AV.
Steamer Silver Bow, Red Rlvsr.
" John Lumsden, Evansvllle.
' p.Ry of Chester, Memphis.
" Umpire, Loultvllle.
" Ada Hollman, Louliville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" James FIsV, Jr., Paducah.
" City of Quincy, St. Louis.
" A. Baker, Wllliard's Landing.
Stoamcr Silver Bow, St. Louii.
" John Lumsden, Evansvllle.
" City of Chester, St. Louis.
" Umplro. Louisville.
" Ada Uoilmanj Louisville.
" Illinois, Columbus.
James Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
' Burksvllle, Paducah.
BOATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Steamer City of Quincy, Now Orleans.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Utah, Vlckshurg;
" Grand Tower, St. Louii.
" Mallie Ragan, Evansvllle.
" ilay Lowrie, Red River.
' Sioux City, Fort Smith.
The rivor Is falling steadily.
Tho Mississippi is still falling and tho
channol is in a worso condition now than
it has beetr at any time this season, Hard-
Jy a boat'eomes out without having trouble,
as some of the numerous sandbars and
snags aro to bo seen on every side, and it
is by the k. ronton skill of tho pilot that
boat pus somo of them with safety. Sev
eral snag boats could do valuable service
between hero and St. Louis.
Business on the landing was brisk. All
the packets arriving and departing had
The Red rivor packet Silvor Bow had a
raoderato trip out of that rivor.
The John Lumsden arrived with a fair
trip for the southern ports.
The City of Chester came up with a fair
The Umplro. and Ada Hoilman, from
Louisville, had good trips. The Hoilman
withdrew from the, trade for u few day,
but has entered tbo track again; to ttsy as
long as tho low water aoaton lasts.
Tho gay James Fisk, Jr., concluded her
week's business by bringing 21 bblt.drled
fruit, 23 hhdt. tobacco, 239 bdls. spokes
and fellows, and 28 rolls leather.
Tbe.City of Quincy has arrived at last.
Sho was a week coming out. Sho was
aground twice, onco at Turkey Island and
once at Milliard's Landing. She will fill
out hero with nil the wants.
The A. Baker has arrived from Wil-
liard's Landtag, where sho had been to as
sist the City of Quincy.
Weather still rather warm.
Tho Burksvllle, from Cumberland river.
bad a small trip. Sho loft for Paducah
whero she will have a texat and some
state rooms built, her present style of cab
in being curtains hung beforo berths. She
will alse recoivo a general painting.
Tbo R. P. Walt, which left hore last
Friday, I reported bard aground at tho
Oae freight Item on the City of Quincy
is juu neaa oi nogs.
Charley Pink, with his minlaluro stern-
wheeler, Old Hickory, is to bo seen daily
gliding over the calm surface of the Ohio.
Yesterday be was engaged towing "Iteck's'
canoe into tho harbor, for which be re
ceived a "chaw of terbackcr."
Tiro. Coyle, everybody's friend, and long
connocted with our wharfboats, left yog.
terday for Capo Girardeau, whero be will
undergo a thorough schooling.
Capt. Peter Dohman, aged 75 years,
died in Steubenville on the Sth Inst. He
wat pilot on the stoamor Pike, plying be
tween Cincinnati and Louisville, in 1824.
At tho time of hi death he was engaged
in tho grocery business, and wa estcomcd
by all who know him.
MiMl'iiu, Sontomber 9. Weather cloar
and plea nt. Rivor rising slowly. Dewn
Oceanti.. Up La Barge and Pauline
New Orleans, 8optember 9. Arrived
Mary Millor, Louisvillo. Departed
Shannon, Louisville; Capital City for St.
City .faliaual Ustatk Rullenac
Hneolal attention tatd
night and day.
to orders from boati
vmee u j. B. DOBBINB,
486 North Ely lith St., Phllad
A color and tlrcsaing that will
not burn tho hair or injuro tho
It dooa not produco a coloi
mechanically, as tho poisonom
It gradually restores tho ho
to ita original color nnd lustr,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
The best and safet article
1 ltto& fetyirixere.
ASK FOR DOBBINS.
THE BEST TONIC' INFUSE!
E. P. MAYNARD, PROP'R
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED
Jnat published, la a sealed envelope. Price, 6 ct
I ll..nlli ..... . ..j j,..,
cureof Spermatorrhea op Heminel Weakneat, In-
TolunlArr Kmla.iona. Mii.t ri.liill.v an,. Imn..
dementa. to Marriage generally; Nerrouaneaa,
Consumption, Epilepsy, and Kitaj Mental and
i-nrataai inoapaollr, resulting from aelf ahuae,
etc., by Itoht. J. CulYerwcll, Ml v., author of the
"A BOOJf TO THOUSANDS OP SUPPEREBS. J
Sent under iua. in nlun .nnlnn. in n
drees, postpaid, on receiptor alx cent, or two
poatage ntampa, by Chan. J. C. Kline k Co., 127
iiwery,new iora, roeiomco dox 4,awi.
BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCOKSIN-
Tnie water 11 tha afkanwlMlvorf mini nf tha In.
tractable and incurable diteae known aa Brisht'a
diaeaaa and diabetea.
Urighl a diaeaaa la fatal to tha kidney, tha body
waatca away deatroya lite by starvation of the
utaoelea commencea with frequent deairea to
paa water, great th rat, conatlpation, loaa ot
Aawnianing cures oi uropay nare been effected,
brick-dust deposit, Inflamation of the neck of th
nauaer, ainaii, ana gouty awellings. For the
liter it la unaurraaeed. It will allay all infUma-
iiua o i me Kinney ana urinary organs in twenty-
iuu, iiuun, ki '"a iniinvuiMa reuei i aiao. a acar
let ferer it preventa the kidney from congesting,
and removes all traces of albumeneria. It will
giro reuei inau caaea oi nignierer.
fcUWAKU 1JU.MJAB, Esq.,
uenerai Aseni at ine onrmas. waukeaha. w.
lteader. if rou aro afflicted with in ol th ior.
goln disease, write to the undersigned. Ilia
adrico will coat younothlngi ha can by chemical
analyela poaaeaa himself of a clear knowledae of
any individual caio no matter ot how long aland
ing. Ilia wonderful discovery Iktheeda Mineral
Water is a noaitive remedy for the foregoing
aliments, it baa never failed to ilo what he claim
lor It where ever used. Thla water has the same
goou eneci ai ine femoieat part or the country,
that It haa at the Bpnnga; It never loaea a parti
w ot Ma muuciMi quaiuiea riy package or trana-
pviwiuu. iirecnons now o use in water and
oirvumr win accompany eaca package ordered.
..1.1..... r . ...-.....
3JS rennavlvanla-av., Washington, 1). C.
OrKdward P. Ilunbar, General Manager at the
Bpnnga. Wsukeaha. Wis,
AgrBfca wanted everywhere
Use thaaa only, and aava time, health and
toney. flJaJO reward for anv nmmnt i.
any afaga which they tall to cure. '
DB. BICUAU'S DOLDEN BALSAM",
Noa. 1 and i, are Jie greateat alteratives known.
DR. KICUAU'H GOLDEN ELIXIK D'AMOUR
fa tha araateat tonl .n.l 1 .u j,
cal liatT ' "hu . uuni
DR. RICIIAII'S GOLDEN ANTinoTK
the only reliable diuratic.
Theae remedlea are not advartl.i ..... ..
complaint, and benefit nono; but are anarantead
to arietta rallr.l ,l .ni....l7.fa".r''.ea
which tbey .re recommended.' Vh. .11 'Mil
traataient liaa failed. Tens of thouaanda yearlv
raeover by their uae, who have lo.t all hope'Vni
meXIarif"ul,VrlM lDeu'lbl9by theU.fofour
DR. BICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, euraa ulcere, ulceritit.i k. . ....
mouth, aore eyea, cutaoeoua eruption, copper
co brd Wotchea. aoreoeaa of the icalp, Mrolula,
fo '!,lthegrl""tor. alterative and
blood purider known, remove all mercury from
the avatem. and eavaa th,. hinn,i T,.i. .-.
DR. HICKAU'S GOLDEN nnjiiu
No. S. caraam.miirl.1 .1,11... ...
WMti forma, and give immediate) relief In all
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
rrictn pel'boSr..4" url"'y
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUR,
A r idlCftt riir fnr nsnrvnilas na aranaaa.l ,1.1,11 ! t
old or young, Imparting energy with wonderful
Pnco 5 er bottle, or two for J.
On receipt of price: theto remedies will be ahip
pad to anv place. I'rompt attention paid to all
iii..,vi,r.rnu. Aom genuine witnout the name
f "UU. ItlCHAIl'H nlH Ill-V BBU JliiSi .?
UicnaiDS, sole proprietor." blown In irlu nf
Circulars tent. Trade aunnllid aa a tllri ,11..
Addreaa, Dr. D. II. Rlcharda, Sis Varlck-at., N.Y.
ajaVflanil mnn. k . . n . . 1
IhrougU jour lrugglt.aa you will meet with
CELEBRATED BITTER CORDIAL
NATURES GREAT RESTORATIVE.
N. W. CORNER liriH AND BACI 8T8.
JOHN BCUKETZ, BOLK rEOriUETOS.
-J11! reliable Family Medicine, and can be
alien by either Infant or at ult with tha aame been
. reauna, 11 la acartaln, prompt and apeedv
emedy tor diarrhea, dysentery, bowel comraied
lapepaia, lowneas of spirit, falntinge, lick
tomacb. haadarlis !. -..,., 11. .... ' . .
iHahfP " u.f,r 'F na ' n nuiniae
eithout any of ita irnlcloua attect. It etlecta
appetite, prove a powerful dlgeator of foo4
anuwiii counieraoi ine anecla af liquor aaf w
tnlnuUia. Aa Udl.putable avldenceofitt m
cal uropertlea, wa append few of the many
ni-wwx. va awwarvaf n tvf H t
JohBkoa's Depot. Eaat Teun.. and Va. 11.
eVataarra. Ic.n ru. ai . . . t .... 1 1 h
Bitter I have oh ainad Iroro you, aad fad Miara
tobe al lliyaratacoa)a4ai toba. I found
one bottle to altard meaoraldarabla relief, I ta4
aathoatn I cannot do Vary 1I withonl thw,ia
v, ar.aiuE, iHHoainetn ai .rniia.
- . . . . Baptlat IWjnak Church,
old by W. r. Allen, K Mam atreai DubuM