A GERMAN UITIZKN ARRESTED
ALLEGED REASON: INTERFER
ING WITH A GRANT ELEC
REAL REASON: BEING A ZEALOUS
SPECIMEN OF CITIZENS'
RIGI1TS UNDER GRANT.
rUMISllEU roit iieino a ori.ei.et man.
New Yukk, Oct. 21. Tho Germans of
this city aru greatly excited to-day over
the aruitraty and needlessly oppressive
arreal by federal officers of a prominent
German Uieeley politician, Mr. George
Ilemrich. The ostensible crimo of Mr.
llemriuu was ordering front lit residence
laal Saturday an impuddiit Grant super
visor of electors, who ill Ilia capacity of
a Grant canvaaaur vilited thu house ol
Mr. lleinrich and made liltmelf generally
obnoxious. Uut the real crime lor which
tie Wat arretted was the Zeal hu bad thown
in tbn Greeley cause, lie alao exerciaea a
large llitluenco over thu German vomre of
the eail iilc of the city. Hemrlcb was
taken before Coiiiiiiiiaioner Davenport ou
Saturday, who refund bail, abundantly
offered, laying un example was neoded.
lie bad lluiunub locked up over Sunday
in Ludlow itreet J 1 1 . Thu entire pro
cerding was conducted like no act of Im
perial despotism. At the moment of ar
ret t lleniricli luddenly 'ound himself aur
ruunded In the ball of Ilia realdcnco by a
dozen Grant deteclivea or getia darmea.
lie wat buttled into a cloae carriage,
driven rapljiy to Cominiiaioner Daven-
iiorti headquarters, in a parlor at the
'ifih Avenue botel. Divenport pre
tended to examine the otfencea
for bail, and then peremptorily
tent hia victim to Jill. Mr.
lleinrich was taken from Ludlow
streetji.il thia morning nnd arraigned be
fore Commissioner Daveliporlat luo'olock.
lleniricli wai accompanied by hia counsel,
Messrs. Uiricli and Lsngbeim, and a
number of hia perianal (rienda. The office
was crowded with Germans who reside in
hit district. Mr. Hindi and the friend,
of tbu accused made eager inquiries as to
when Mr. Divenpoit would appear, but
no onu could answer. Thu general iin
prea.iun waa that be Was too busily en
gaged in thu K.fth Avenue holel, where
be acta aa chief a iperviaor of election), to
a J mil of hia granting an oxtinitutiori in
the case or attending to it personally. In
thu emergent y Mr. II i rich went before
Judge Itlotehlord, who waa silling in
the United Sutra diatrict court, and ap-
filled for a writ of habeas corpus. The
udtce wai occupied in calling otf thi ad
miralty calender, and hu took thu
riapt-ri handed to him by Mr. Hindi and
lid them duwn on the bench, aayu g. "I
ahull look over them." The counsel then
returned to Commissioner Davenport's ot
Dee and patiently awaited hia coming,
lie arrived at hall-past twelve o'clock,
and took bii seat. Mr. Davenport waa
deadly palo arid somewhat nervous
When the caae waa rallod, Mr. Ilincb
laid bo appeared for Mr. Ilemrich, and in
bis behalf he waa there to denmnd an ex
amination. "My client," laid the counsel,
"hai been drugged from hia home, lie
waa taken on Saturday ai d lodged in jtil
for exercising the right of a free citizen to
be secure from any unlawful interference
in hia home. AVu are ready, your honor,
to conn with thu examination."
Ommtsiionur Davenport, abruptly: I
adjourn tlila caae till Thursday.
Mr. Lingbeem: May it pleaae your
honor, the accused la entiled by law to an
exnmlnnllun. it la hia right, your honor,
Cornmisaioner Davenport: The mar
shal who makea the charge ia now on duty
anil cannot attend.
Mr. Ilirach: Well, your honor, my
client has nothing to do with that. Ho
baa been locked up and la now in custody,
and be demands an examination. "Wouro
ready here with bail.
Commissioner Davenport I have de
c'ded to take Mr. fliegelman ns bail in
$5,000, and Mr. Hemrrich can have an cx
amination on Thuraday.
Tho necessary bail waa then given and
3lr. Ilemrich left court with uia menus
Before Mr. Ilemrich left. Commissioner
Davenport laid that any person who in
terfered with hii men. the special deputy
marshals, would set into the same kind of
trouble. It Is tnereluro understood mat
any mnn'a reaidence In the city can be en
tered bv onn of Davenport'a supervisors,
to whose discretion ia confided the
power of mnkini: arbitrary arreaia for re
iusnl to answer ntiestinns. or for aliened
impertinence. Such are personal right
at tbe end of four yean of brant.
Larok stock oldry goods at G. HannyV
Wood for SI 00 per load at the Box
Factory. 10-5-e o d-3m.
Fresh oyaiir received daily and fir
ale by tho whole or half can at Phil
Laroe atock of hoisery t C. Hanny'i.
Filberts, ulmonds, Brazil nuta, prunes
and freshly canned fruits Just received at
Wiley & Blxby'i. 10-t7dtf
Featiikus in large or small quantities
at vorv low Cnures at II. Levl'i hido
store, on Ohio Levco. 10 18dtf
TSr.ncir. stamninc dono at the Grover
it Biker lewing machine rooms, Wash
ington avenue. Poatofllco addreas,
H. F Goodvkar,
10-12-lm. box COfl. Cairo, Ills.
For Rent, a two-story business house
on Commercial avenue, bctwen Eigh
teenth nnd Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house
Apply to JoilH Heoartt, No. 89, Ohio
MriUto7r7xiNi1of li barber' and fiafr
Jretter, corner of Eighth itreet and Com
mercial avonu,deilrei to call the attention
of the bearded communjty to hit neatly ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that he Is mat
ter of hit profession In all its branches.
Ho has bearded many a lion In his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mr. Frank Uaefela has opened a moat
market on Washington avenue nost door
to Tanner'i grocery itore, between Tenth
and Elovcnth itreoti, to which ho Invites
the attontlon of the public. Tho boat of
meatanf all klnda kept constantly on hand
and delivorod to any part of the city.
Market opon morning and evening every
day. 1 0-1 -if, .
Louis Ulatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who li tho friend of every
body, li now fully Installed in bii new
quarter!, on Eighth itreet, between Com
mercial and Washington avenuei. He of
fers to the public tho beat St. Lou la beer
tho choiceit brandi of wine and tho purest
llquon to be found In tho city, and hopei
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will iniure to him a generous
share of public patronage Come and
tee Lnuii in his now home. Ho baa a wel
como for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial ono. tf.
Castoria a substitute for castor oil
is a phytic which does not distress or
gripe, but issuru tooperato when all other
remedies have failed. You may confi
dently rel upon tho Cattoria in stomach
elm, constipation, (Utulency, croup, worms.
piles or deranged liver. It contains
either minerals, morphine, opium nor
Icobol, but ia purely a vegetable prepara
tion, perfectly harmless, and above alt, I is llagan's Magnolia linlm. It pertorma
pleasant to take. The Castoria soothes . tins toilet mlruclu bv ilifualni vitality into
nd quiets the system, and produces nal-
ral sleep. It la a wondertul thing to
assimilate tbe food of children and pre
vent them Irom cryitir. A thlrty-nve
cent bottle will do the rork for a lamlly
nd save manv a doctor s tiiii, lU.JB-wit.
PIGS FOR SALE.
Six Poland China plgi six weeks old for
sale. Apply tbe present week to
Wu. F. Pitcher,
ightcenth and Com'l Ave., Cairo, Ilia.
Oct. 22, 1872. 31.
100 tracklayers and section men on tho
airo and Vincennes railroad. Steady
employment, and good wages to good men.
Apply to- Chas. O. Wood,
Ass't. Sup't ,
or the foreman on the works near Mound
Immediately 600 hands to work on the
A. & T. R. It. Good station work at
from 18 to 20 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
n. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Merchants, clerks, or any others who
vrlsh to wear fine boots cither calf, mo roc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
itvlo, go to Wm Ebler's, on Twentieth
street. 10 lOtf.
C. Ilanny, largo stock of woolens.
Mr. Jno. Hafele, proprietor of tho
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth itreet
Keepi tho very best of meat always on
band, and will deliver it In any quantity
from one to ona thousand pounds at an
time to any part of tbe city free of charge.
Ir you wish to indulge in a delicious
igar, patronize P. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wisn good cnewwg or iraoa
lor tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go . to P. BaupUltlkToVscraid
Received dally by exproti at Wlntor'i
grocery in Winter'! block, the following
goodi kept in ice: Fresh white
fish, salmon, ban and porch;
fresh oyiteri, direct from Baltimore, by
the can at 60c to families, warranted
good j also New York lound'i, by the
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squ'rrels.
ducks and. other game; eclory and fresh
Ohio butter, alwayi on hand; alao all
kinds of vogotables and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, fcc, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will bo sold at a fair living profit.
LAROSstock of prints atC. Hanny'i.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
notice to contractors.
Soalod proposala will be recoived at the
englneor'i office In Jackson Tennessee un
til November 1st, 1872, for about three
hundred thousand cross ties, said tie
must bo aevon by eight inches and nine
Tho company reservo tho right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Reed,
10-17d2w Chief Engineer.
Masks and Faces. Ladies who mak
their faces and nocks with enamels en
danger their health to no purpose. The
plaster work deceives nobody. Thoru is
but one article known which restores a
blemished complexion or creates external
brllllancv and bloom where they have
never herotoforo exiited, and that article
the skin. The floral and herbal juices of
hicli it is composed gently stimulate the
circulation in the minuto blood vessel'.
nd brace tbo network of nerve through
hich llev Pass. Thus quickened and
strengthened tho external cverlng soon
mulres h freah and healthful hue, and
every trace of aallownei' disappears The
palest cheeks derivu irom ton ovautiiying
aiitism of this deliiMiirul coametlo n
warmer hue, anil the ami', handa und
neck a blonde lustre which tbe charlatans,
who profess to miiko ladies ''beautiful for
ever" with their poisonous cement, can
never hopo to' imitate. 10-lo.wlw.
Tie contractors and tie men on tbe C. A.
AT. R.R. at 25 cts per tie Apply to
J, II. Betiiune,
10.10-lmo Charleston Mo.
House and two lots in block fifty loti
No. 35 and 3G-situated on Eichth be-
ween Washington and Walnut For
further particulars as to terms apply on
premises or address P. O. box 654.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Below will be found tho corrected list
of prices by II. Levi for bides, tallow,
feathers, etc. U. Levi does a very large
trade in bis line, and it is a well known
fact that be always pays the highest prices
to be obtained in this market. He is pay-
Hides, dry flint W lb 16 to 17c
Hides, creen salted V To h to use
Deer skins 'ti lb 20 to 25c
Tallow lb 5 tod
Feathers lb 35 to 65c
OYoTERSI OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stewed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on tbe half-shell, by tbe
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every style at all
hours day and night. Henry Myer pre
sides over the culinary department. As
caterer ho has no equal, and Harry's
customers can always be assured of
warm moal at any hour or tho day or
night, that will meet the requirements
and please tbe taste of tbe moat fastidi
THE NINTH OF OCTOBER, 1871
In underwriting circles tho 9th of Oct.,
1871, will rank as ono of the markod days
of the century. After all that has been
written and said concerning that mighty
disaster that visited Chicago on that day,
those who even now visit the scene of it
are absolutely amazed. An occurrence
which at one swoop annihilated sixty
eight underwriting corporations with
all of their accumulated millions, some
ot them after having attained great ago
and vast woallh, cannot but be wonderful
ly conspicuous, and with underwriters
during tho present generation at least, all
subsequent events are likely to date
Kqually conspicuous wo count thnso
noblu institutions tha. encountered tho full
shock of the calamity, and emerged sue
cossfully. Among tho latter we know of
nono entitled to more bonnrablu mention
than the Hartford Fire Insuiance Com
panv. Lone a lynomym of all that is
stable and honorablo in its profession
this groat trial only served to illustrato how
wlsolv its managers bad prepared for
iucIi omergonclci. Hi vast losses, (exceed
ing a million and three-quarters) were
discharged with tho utmost promptness
and liberality. Of all the sums insured
under its policies on that occasion, not
dollar hai been litigated. For more than
sixty yean the policies of tbii corporation
have been held in nearly every city and
hamlet in tbe country, and no
ono hai ever lost a farthing
throuffh tti inability or unwillingness to
meet faithfully Its contracU. It ii a pleat
ing task to record the success of such an
institution, and to tpeak of thodesorvediy
high rank it holds among tbe leading
financial institution! of the country.
Chicago XvtnlDg ' Journal.'
1ST 33 "W
Our Homo Advertisora Foreign Advertisements. Foreign Advortiscmcnti.
P. Q. Sciiuh.
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
Cr. Waeblssgtess Av. ssssd ElftkUi St. ,
WlftKM AMIS I.IUOS'HR).
cr. c. s iiyc i ii,
wuoirsui id atTiiLDitDia m
Where we will keep
O OMPLETB STOCK
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
CK-ttOOSt AND N1JK9EKT APPLI .NCE3,
I WINKS AND LIQU0KS-
And proprietor of nr and spendid
No. 75 Oiuo Levxe,
Keens constantly on hand the choiceit ol
Wines and Llquon, which be will sell at tbe
very lowest thrures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Alao, keep constantly on hand a most com
plat stock of
scotch and isurb whiskies
-G I N H.
Port, Madoria, Sherry and Catawba Wines
O JMYTH 4 CO. sell exclusively for cash, t
It. which lici mev iniM inn espwciai imn
ion ! rin. narrain nujira.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
arccuioa To routs istocirnta
Kectltar aaasd Wbolm
roretcm Bad Doi
ale DeaUer 1st
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Lkvkk,
EkeDion haod conatinilr a full stork e
Ol.l KvnluckT Hourhon. KT(
la Whlikifi. French BrandlM.
Irr rrt I'nll'orn". Vi'Ium
e and asonooaa
CAIRO CITY COAL
li prepared to supply cu.t msr with fii
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OHDKItS left at Hallldav Tiros, office.
oiuo licvek, or at the Coal lard Iieinw me
St. Charles Hotel, will receive nrninnt at ten
tlon. Tbe tug "Montauk" will bring coal
alunirxlile n teainer al any imiir.
RKAL EMTATB AUK.Wl.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (accoitD floor) onio lxvib,
But and Sill Rial Ebtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
And P'Op.ro rnnvrvinrei nf Kindir!
Mat tMirrai invaa
Pure SPARKLINO SODA WATEIt
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUrS
Can not be excelled. We alo draw the
BLUE LICK WATERS
Alo. a choice lot of Clear, of extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
Will receive cfpeclal attention and caie
being at all hours In charge of conipctei.l
and careful parties. Precriptlon carelullv
compounded at all hours day or night.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND 11ES1
j ST. NICHOLAS
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds ot
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
Thli house Is newly fltted up with two
And two fine
with the Rest
( H W
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d i. g g
en m tc
M ( I V -
W ) "3
g O O
. 2 3
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J H H
are compounded in tho most approved style
yyCome and lee lor yourself. They keep
ou band a fine ettek of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CilEKSE AND HOL
in anreail momtntr tnd tVtrDtasT sA410
o'ekiwivWltlufc Aim Inviud to partlt-
natt vat " m
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuable farni within seven miles o!
Metropolis, on tbe JoneMioro Hoacl, cnnlt
inp of 2ii0 acres with W) acres cleared mu.
other liuprnvcmenth. now owned and form
erly occupied, by ,1. T. Kemilc,
TERMS. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and throe yearn notes M'ciirtU by
mortgage, with tlx per cent. Interest.
N. U. The timber Is good and has never
iiccn culled ami no iiinucr win nc periniiie
o be cut or used, except what U necessary
lor the wear and tear ni the place, until altc.
Ihc second payment Iris been made.
For itilonuatlon upply to
0-S-tf Cairo, III.
It will pmy to go in ru .ouia for
H. D. MANN & CO,,
421 N. FOUIITII S RE T,
NT, I.OVIN, MIHSOIIRI.
Wo cill nttciillon to the bargalni wc now
oiler to all in want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Illark Alpacas. iV) cents; Jilt wliat other
bouses nk Tftcenti for, ulllllack (loodsln
Waiii.uita 4-1 lllcacliccl Cottons, 17 cents.
Hills M " II
Fruit of the Loom ia
tl "n n" tlltfr corross 1,1 M,nc lroir-
neautlnit All Wool Plalil.. 50 cents,
AIIool Empress cloth, W) touts , all colors.
Tin in goods arc worth 75 cents.
Fine lrencli Merino-, $1.1)0; cannot be
h'w't elsewhere for lcstbaii 8I.-J5 and
Pure Linen Horn Stitched llandcrclilc,
ei.50 and 6.1.(10 per dozen.
Napkins, all Linen. ei.M per dozen, and all
price up to SiO per dozen.
Tiiblu Linen, Hanticls, (Jas-lmcrus, for
Men and I toy a near. Hosiery, Laces, Kin
brolilerlrs, sfinwls, Scarl, Cloaks. Iliauket.
and Uidlos underwear, at all prices to cor-rc-iioml
with the alioi) prices. Our aim I
to fiullcl up a large Im-lness l,y dealing lion
ornbly with all. soiling gnoif goo.ls at low
prices. We keep no miction good- or lrab
or any kind, and any article ordered Irom u
not proving satlfactory can be roluriicd at
oiirexpeiieaiidllio inuiievwill borcltindcd.
We hao but
for all, and guarantee that to bo a low one.
Send lor sample ofiinv good-. If not able to
call, ami wc will send ilicin checillilly,
II. I). .MANN t CO.."
10.17cl.twlm. St. Louis, .Mo.
WUULH WOOD I I WUU1JII
Tbf, undemicnM will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II saot 1'hestper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on thu slates at the Postotllce unci at lto.
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord the wood
up if desired.
awI0-tl DENNIS (I A LEY.
RTLLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN. Proprietor.
1U Ommeroia) Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIt
Hl hraart nf Cllfn MOIranlU IHslu),
IIILLIARD saloon furnished wilb the l.esi
oftableatand bar supplied with wlnos.llcnioti
and cltrarof thrnest limn Is,
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
clmerari M? . WISTEB'8 BLOCK.
PARKER & ipNTAGUE
WTSi, Liquoxi.ttc., alwayi oa taad U
EUSONAL.J-TICKN01! CO.. the
cclclratccl Clotlilvrs, uiiiioiinee the in-
iroiuiciiou oi a plan ol ordering cloth
ing by letter, to which they call yotn
especial attention. Tliov will, on up
plication, send oil tbeirliiiproNcd anil
accurate llle. "lor Sell-Mea-lirellielit.
llltl-traled Circular anil Price Ll-I.
with a lull Hue of samples Inun theli
iliiinen-e slock ol Clotli., ('alniele-.
Ac, &u., thus enabling parties In anv
jiart of thu country to order clothing
direct from their bou-e, with the cer
tainly ot recoiling garments ol the
cry latest stjlu ami mo-t perfect lit
(iood- ordered will bo 'out by ox-pre-s
to ho paid tor on delUorv," with
the itmlcr-tamliiiL' that it' not s'atM'ar-
tory.they can be rutlirued at TlcWior's.
As - well known throughout the
South and West, tliov have lor -even-teen
years EXCELLED In all depart
ments of their business, which is a
guarantee ns to the character ot the
goocls they send out.
Your orders arc solicited and when
In St. Louis, you aru invited to call at
the ex euslw e-talillslmielit of Tick
nor .t Co., mamitactvirurs und retailers
of men and boy Clothing and Furul-li-Inz
Goods. COl aud IWI North Fourth
street. St. Louis. Mo. Hoys clothing a
A BOOK POM TM1 MILLM
- .Hii iianmir lis UrvHStrrica
yrthow about ta Marrjr.eotb Pntslolnglnli,,;"
!.'!'! J?4 w'!s of tin stiaal Jt iihin.
Itttst dlscorsrlfs la produelof awl ortTMUast off.
riZJ'rkifl'VJ''' of2w '
aisij r(!s .wltbotttiisranarairarlatSLaoil codIiibi
valaaCl. infotnatlan for Ihos wha aw "murlii or
iCn?bd:rnrn.."J Uf tai M
wart. Bfttitsr fct m 1-1 . vv1 r Dr Mtf
n lit 4IMUM n.mlMM In lliwofk. vEEFSf&fh
tl;hUBImt.t.tK. llirt "saTciUSSS & J
Sa Prrion enn lake these Bllttrt aeeoreV
Itl.t to ihrcctloas. nml romiln Innv nnwsM nnviiM
llulr bones are not itcstrnjtcil lir mineral poison or
i.iw.i-. ui.u tuui urKaui waiwu ucjoaa ma
polal or repair.
Dyspepsia or Iiiillgtttloti. tleailache. Pal
In Hie sliouhlcrs. t'oualis. Tlsliintss of the Ctirst,
mzinoi. Soar Kruciatlons ol tlie Stomlch, lit?
Tasto In tlie Moutli. IIIIlous Attacks, ralpltatloa ol
Ilia lle.in. luHammatlon of the l.iinsrs. I'alDliitha
rczlon of the KMncis. ami a hnmlrM other pilnfot
sjtnptoms, arc flip otTsprlnirs or Djspepsla. onn
bottle will prove a tx-ticr guarantee of Ita menu
llun a Icnjtlir oilvertlsement.
Pnr Feinnle Complaint!, Id yonnsT or Old,
marrlcil or smile, at tlie lairu of womsnlicxxl, ot
the turn nf lire, these Tonic Hitters, display to
ilcclilcl an Influence that Improvement is aooa
For liiflnininatory and Chronic Ithen
mtliiii atiil lioat, lllilous. Heniltient ami later.
mltlent Fevers. Iilscasesof the lllood. Uver, Klei
ners and IHa.Mer. these Inner have no equal.
Such Diseases are caused j Vitiated Blocsl.
They nre n gentle PnrRatlvo at wall aa
Tonic, imssossins the merit of acting aa a
powerful aircnt In retlcvlnjr Cpngcstlon or Inflam
mation of the l.lvcr ami Visceral Orzina, al la
for Sklis nisenses, Crnptlons. Teller, ."a!t
Rhcntn, Ulotchcs. bpots. Pimples. Pustules, Holla,
Carliuncles, Illng.ivuniH. ScaUl-lleail, Sore Eves,
Kryslpelaa. Itch, Scurfs. Discoloration or the Skin,
Humors and Diseases of the Skin or whatever natns
or nature, arc literally dug op ami carried out
of tin sjBtcm in a short time by the use of these
Ornteful Tliousanili proclaim VlsiOAa Brr
teih tho most wonderful Invtgorant that aver
sustained ihc sinking intern.
n. II. .TfeDOMAI.D V CO.
Drug-ilsts. anil (ien. Aru., San Francisco, Cal,
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts,, N.V.
SOLD UY ALL UKUOCtSTS k DEALERS.
k.JXE S3-XH. HA''
AGENTS ' ANTKd for an tn'lttly n;w inJ far
cinit pe work f unuiual InlcrtM
T BE HOME OF
C3-0 D'3 PEOPLE.
The grandest and most popular book nut.
now selling lastcr than any othcrlhrcc book
cnmblncd. Nearly two hundred superb en
gravings, i (tic Agent took" one luiiuireit nun
roiirtecu In ten ilavs. Thu bust chance to
make-money cur ottered. Agents wanted
everywhere. Send lor our circulars with
terms, (uiisiirpaecl), dccrliitiidi. endorse
incut-, etc. K. A. UUTCUINSUN.
10-lTd.twlm 60-2 N Cth st., St. Louis, Mo,
THE MORMON WIFE.
This thrilling hook enmpri-ca the adven
tures and experience o a woman written
by heieir tor years thu wllu ol' a Mormon
prophet di-clo-lng every blngthu most
lascinatltlg book extant. Steel portrait ot
tbe Authoress, portraits of leading Mormon-,
Lllo uud Scenes in Utah, etc. Agents
VALLEY PUULIS11ISO CO..
10-17d&wliu. St. Louts, Missouri.
G It A ND C E N T 11 A L
Tine street, between Fourth and Filth St..
ST. LOUIS, containing l.V) rooms; having
lately added tiOmoru rooms. Is now prepared
to offer to the tru- cling public thu best ac
commodations, ltoom-, "a cts. to $1 pvr
dav. All meal- li cents each.
DOIIIt & THATOIlini.
BATCIIEI.ORS HAllt DYE.
This superb hair dye U the best In the
world perlcctly harmless, R'llablu and In
btanbilieotis. Nodisappnliituifnt. Thu gen
uine W. A. Uatchelor's llalr Dye produces
Immediately a natural black or lirown. Does
not stain the skill but leaves the hair clean
sott und beautiliil. Thu only sale uud per
fect hair dye. Sold by all druggists. Fac
tor'. 1U Uonil street, -N. Y.
Happv relief to young men from the effects
of errors uud abii-e in early life. Manhood
rc-tored. Impediments lo .Marriugu re
moved. Nuw method of trcatuieiit. New
and remarkalilu rumedlcs. Hook uud crlcu
lars sent Iree, III sealed ciivcIoih.
Addrt-s. IIOWAltD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth SI.. Philadelphia. Pa. an In
stitution having n high reputation fur honor
able conduct and professional skill.
Ai rn InvlTorator, llrrr Carreetos?
till I'.locd n?naTnf or Is superior to all th
'Utters, r.Ilrira, Cortllnla end arsjo-
arlllr.a In u i. It la so adapted to tha vhola
Jitra tl.at erery nrcin anil function la tbi tsjdy Is
rousbt nuiler Itstx'aitaratlcgliillucDra, It (Hvis
'.ono nnd ctrcnt:a to to d:iroatlvo np-Tr.rntns.dlapcUt.-.njaarr.na
h'.vior.ntc3 t jo Liver, rcsnlntcn tbe)
:ili:nc7B r.ziH DawcLi, rtmovn lb atfiet of
.sceis or OTirlax.H'un of any klnil and llTM v
:a::t7 nn;l rlcltncvi to the blood.
Ill curutlTi puwirs uller inJcomfUtsly rsorrin
:o tin entire tnai of flutdi anil issn tbe solids of
he loiTnn system, tliortl'j prereDtinf uulca-log
ys;)c:i:c nnd C'ouaatnptlve Mrnip.
..ir.s, fever und Acuc, Bilious Diaens
Tovcra of nil klnc's, Jfervoua Debit
ty, AiTvctlona of tho Htomach aad
lIowc:a, ctr. As a mIM and diltghtfal IaTlre
rsiit fur J'll.iti femitei, It hu do snperior.
11 Its use sew llfoauil vlgnr Isfifcu ta both body
.t nil nilml, aenillnja glnwofvltitl y t'arougb every
part, wbiili Is pcrmnnont nnd laatlBsj.
Ills tl.o most eff.rtual reniedy for tbe relief at
liuuinn suffering . ver disroTrred, aad as pleasant te
i l.o tuti ai old rye or floe wins.
x WE CHALLCNGE x
x G x THE x 8 X
x WORLD x
"o j.riHliire a more dsllcloos medicine tn take, ysts
i-iit for tlie rrtouttun ami cure of dl-eeiee as
.-. rzr::: rtziz-s r::;:: im stoco mm
I'.-lro s)l, or O Oittlas for is.
rrtarnl l y llieOrifl.n JIidlc'ueCo.,ET. I.OCll
", EjM by Drufgliti aud ilealen lu I
CLE A It AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCUVEUY FOR THE
II A I II.
A perfectly clear preparation in one hot
tie, as easily applied as water, fur restoring
to gray hair its natural color and youthliil
appearance, to eradlcatu uud prevent dand
ruff, to promote! the growth ol thu hair und
stop itslallingout. It Is entirely liannlcs,aml
perfectly Ireu Irom any poisonous substance
and will, therefore, take lliu place of all the
dirty and unpleasant preparations now in
use. Numerous testimonials have been sent
us trout many ot our most imunlncnt citi
zens. In everything in which the articles
now in use arc objectionable. CUYriTAI.
DISCOVEUY, U perfect. It is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Nitrate of Silver, it does not soil the clothes
or scalp. Is agreeably perlumed, and makes
one of the bust dressings for thu llalr iu ti-e.
It restores the color ot thu llalr "moru per
fect nml uniformly than iiuy oilier prepara
tion," and alwaya does so in from three to
ten days, virtually (ceding the roots with the
nourishing qtiulltiea necessary lo Ita growth
and healthy condition: It rotor tho de
caved and Induuo a new growth of tht
llalr moro positively, than anything else.
Thu application of this onderlul discov
ery alio produce a pleasant and cooling
effect on tho scalp and gives tho llulr u
plcuslng and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for it und take no
other. IT bo ha uut cot it let him order it
Price 91 per bottle. .
" 1 AKTHUii NATTANS.
Inventor and Proprietor, AVasliingtou D.C.,
JOUN8TON, UOLLOWA V CO.,
' " General AeeiiU. Philadelphia.
rSO. T UBNltY and f . O. WELLsjftCO..
Cac lir. Xlenry'n World' TobIc aatd
II I nod Pnrlfler.
It la the great household remedy, plrsuntto
ik. yetpotint furlhe prevention and cur of
laeasca. It la betlrr than Bitters, Cordial,
luchu or Sarsaparllln. Sold by Druggists
Or. neary's Root nn J Plant Pllla.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgTipln;-a-Ircly
vegetable great liver remedy. Prlco U
:cut , Sola ny Druggists .
The (mat soothing remedy. Price only tj
irnis. Gives rest to the mother and healtbto
bo child Sold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kew
Snjravlngs, Two-bundred and aUty Pages,
i Ice 60 cents. AdJrrss Da. Bctts' Dttrant
linr, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Loull, Mo.
-50 TO S-0 Aur
, ellh. r s s. ) .-lir u or oM
New York, and to ba bad ol
druggist, everywbt re.
hv I Aii. iUH aule t
t' I 1 1 Moral g eo
ol.l nvkf Iin n ouinT
nl work f r il I" ti nr isr iik m"iits r al , II
I'Oih, Hi... hI ai)tlnns tl-r, I'aitlo' Un fit
AiMresa O. Stlnson k Co., I orlla it, Msm-.
Tue Masteu Si'iniTsoKTiii: Would,
Tub TrtEAsuitK Housr. op America.
TIIK OKKAT HOOK OK TIIK VKAH.
Agents report sales of Vt to 100 coptei
iu a lew hours or day. l'itosr:cTUa Fhkb.
Adilr. ii j, W. flOODSPKKM.
New York, Chicago Cincinnati, SI. Louis
AltrJ iOli UOliNU WEST't
If in, talc our altlcesO'l urelii r tleaet,
over tit olil itllsl'lv iml Isr MismjPsi li.
eirio Rmsu.D much n miIiivI ne ei.ljr id
running I lir re ilaily riTrs Irs las froag saw l.eal4
in Kinuts f 'it n.l Hie u'l I poeiilvtl
Ilia only line which nin- fiillnisn pala IW
nml floe lsy coarnrf, esp.cnlly foiJ-i':'
MOippeHl with Miller's sa'eiy la"
rj...,i .1 m l,rk. From hi. AO"; ,
Cil, Kt. -coll. Lawrence, uf9'
M iiiirl, Nebraska. irWPJtmBi I
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iso iwri "-;' i.-t" aaa I sea
ut sieam erair. r rout oi. ,. ,
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