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CAIRO CITY BIXfDEllY,
tV. "w. ptatt oo.(
BINDERS AND BLANK BOOK
Balletic uildln, Oor. Twelfth SUM
anA WMlunctoB Avenue,
fcJCouniy h! BellroedWork Speolalty
Orrica Uouna From 7:30 a.m. to 6:30
.tn.: HmqiIav from 7to9.ru. Money
jrder b:u i.m. to o:uu p.m.
a at. ) m,
JL.Tu I Illinois Central R It
io au t miss
Central U B
10 , Cairo A Vlnreonee
10 00 j Cairo, ArUoui 1
Texas K B Daily.
Ohle liver Rout
Dally etc't Monday
Miss Biver Route
t'p, Bun. Tu. Frl.
tt. W. McKbawi, p m.
wm ir "
. TIME OAJuC
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R,
tH.AI" LlAVB CllkQ
Mall at ........ -11 ,p m -..Dally.
L sprite at I p. m "
freight at.. 4:00 a. m...Kxcept Sunday.
Freight at 4:S'Jp. lu... " "
ABBIVB AT UUO
Mall at .. 1:4'. a m Dally.
kipress at....- ';0p bi ...kioept Hunday.
r reiitM at 7i3Q p. m... " Sunday.
Sremht i'.... I 3't in.... " Sunday.
JAMKS JOHNSON. Ag-ant.
ST. LOUIS.IRON MOUNTAIN
& SOUTHERN R. R.
f xpreet lH Cairodelly t 00 p. m.
c.ii-ri arrives at Cairo dally 4 00., na.
Afftnimodation leaiee Cairo daily .. 2:00 am.
Accomodation arrive, daily (exoept
BuudaTI 11:00a. m.
CAIRO & ST. LOUIS R. R
SHORTEST SHORT LINE
pHK train of Oil conipany connect at St
i Ixrtt and Kant!. Louis, with all other
iin tu the Aarlb, triul and Wnl.
'xave Cairo ..
i ii p m.
!att Kast .at Uuis ....
.. :i t at
Irriv al Cairo .
w ii. m (;faki-am,
I U ket and Freiirht Anul lair...
.1 A. WK.NT. cieniral Passenger Agent.;
.. A M.I.L. Agent at Cairo
ttAIRO & VINCENNES K. R.
61 Miles the Shortest Route
47 Miles the Shortest to
l:.'::7;ll:, :mm mumi
34 Miles the Shortest to
Idi.Mj.li., Fhikielji!: K,w Tor.
SIX HOURS SAVED
ovi-R tbaix or
ALL OTHER ROADS
Making Same Connections,
f aasnptre by other routes to make
Conaec tlone uutt ride all nla ht wait
ing from One to Bis Houra at
email country etatlona for
trains of counseling roads.
Rssierubor that fact and take our
6:00 a. ni. Train,. reaching
tmA Is2ii:&polis.'IH:eiUati, Loiirrills
Trai(lava and arrive atC'auo. ai fulluwt:
Mail (vaTva - 6:(0 a. m
MUed 7:5up. m.
Mail an i Tea lor'ip. iu.
lxa1 " ,'a. m.
Tbroujru Ucketa aaJ rheckt to all important
V. A. KILLER, B. L. MORRILL.
Gm rata.AC't. Ooaral Sup
L. B. CHLUCII,
LIUI OH UKALKHH
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbolteale and HeUU Dealers la
tVIWKS UK ALIa KIN DM,
No. 00 Ohio Levee,
MESSES. 8MVTH CO. have sonaUntly
a large itoi'k ol the bett gola in lliv U.ar
aet, and give eapental attaution to l be wlioleeale
lancb oi tbe bueineea
Consumption, that aoourgc of humanity, ia
tbr great lia4 ot the huraau family, ia aU civll
I tt coan ieiii mat I am in poaaeaalon of the
only aure, infallible remedy now kuowa to
the profeaaion lor the a peed y. poaitive cure ol
that dreed dieaaa, and its unwelcome codcoiu.
itanti. via Catarrh, Aatbua, ltronchitla, Ner
vous lability, etc., etc. I am old tofj. I ba
lieve in medicine. Twenty-eight years exp
rienee a a busy practitioner in the beat con.
sumption hospitala ia the old and new world,
haa taught me the value of proper iiuxlira tmn
both local and constitutional in the cur" of this
rreat enemy of our race. I bae found it. But
am digressing. I started eut to eay to those
suffering with consumption or any of the above
umladiee, that br address U !
toma, tkey aiiallbe put iu poaseealon' of this
treat boon, without charge, and shall have the
eneUtof my operienoe In thousands of eases
aucocssfully Ueated. fuU particulars, direc
tions for ureparatioa and use,, and adTiea ana
inatruetioos for successful treatment at your
owufeoiue. willUteaelted by you by tetnrn
W311f llTJateaMatNea UlU,ft
antharn elaty. "
(New York Tribune.)
The true Inwardneit of the UU Mouth
era policy ot the Republican party wai
a beliel that tbe rootl ot the country re
quired the elevation ot the colored voter
to the control or the reconstructed lutes.
L'Uirulfled' perhaps under cover of a de
mand for race equality, lor tree elections,
for the protectlou or the wards et the
nation, and the ratification ot the result
ol the war, there was a sincere convict
Ion In the mind or the average Northern
Republican that it was essential to the
prosperity of his party and the peace ol
the bonth to make the treedman uppet
mot In politics; rebels could not be
trusted; the negro would be remanded
to slavery unless he controlled the legis
latures, the courts, and the executive
offices. So lor eight years the carpet
hag governors and the admlnlntratren
parly In congress tried to make the
pyramid stand on lu own apex.
The result is before the world, In one
way or another, by lair means or loul,
the control of several of the states has
been secured to the colored race. Thev
have occupied tbe bench aud the Jury
box, uiaUe the laws, collected the rare-
iue,vo:ed the appropriations, handled the
money done every thing except pay the
taxes, 'i'hey have had ample opportunity
to develop their own latent canacltlea. tu
get an education, tu make fortunes, ac
quire land, to rise in society. Wuat have
tney done ol all these things ? Our cor
respondent in Charleston slrew a picture
ot tiie condition of the colored people of
boutb Carolina, and it is about the saiue
iu cmy state where the negro has held
sway. As a race they are idle, iguwrant
and vicious. They neither learn nor
save. j bey were fond of their
books in the first novelty
ol freedom, hut they care
lor them no longer. They were
eager to get their lUUe farms, but they
have let t lie in fall to ruiu. Why should
a man go to school, asks the usual type
olSoutU C'urollnafreedman, when it is
so inucu nicer to go to tne legislature or
gtt elected justice of the peace? Why
suouij a nitn work wuen tie can make a
llviug by stealing chickens, and sit on
the lence lor amusement? Iet us face
the truth. Our Southern policy has not
only been a curse to the whites, bat it
has been a curse to the freed people for
whoe benetlt it was adopted. It has
not made them good citizens. It has not
taught them how to use the ballot. It
has introduced among them a demorali
zation more dangerous to the country
than the violence ot the White League,
for no republican government can stand
which is not founded upon tbe suffrage
of the virtuous and Intelligent.
Kvery body knows that tbe negro, left
to hiniKelf, would not get the mastery un
til he bad acquired some of the quaiifica
cations for It. Even where he had a num
erical majority of tho population and was
perfectly free lo vote as he pleated, he
would naturally take a subordinate posi
tion an long as he had neither money,
nor education, nor habita of thrift and
loresight, nor comprehension of the art
of government. And it is proper that be
should. Universal suffrage would be an
absurdity except upon the theory that it
generally results In the advancement of
of the intelligent and respectable. A ma
jority of the voters, whi ther virtuous or
not, are supposed to understand that self
Interest requires them to intrust the
government only to those who are able
to control it. Kut the Grant policy was
based upon a different principle. It as
sumed that the great secret of recon
struction was to take the negro out ot
tbe cotton field and put him in the state
house, and send him a company ol sold
iers to hold him fast in his seat.and trust
to luck for the rest. The negro has
learned nothing good in his elevation,
and is no better able to carry on a state
government today than he was six
The only way to reform Southern so
ciety Is to stand aside and leave the vo
ters tree and unembarrassed. Then If
these communities are not utterly cor
rupt, all things will soon find their nat
ural level, and tht rule ot th e majority
will act as It acta elsewh ere.
The Southern Hotel burned d own, and
yet how many people carry their own
links. Go at once tolienry Wells, General
AurDt. and have your property injured at
Tbo loss of
In this terrible fit. Lojle fire was grsat.
Obtuin a Lit Insurance Policy at once,
since one-tenth ot all tbe detiths In the
1'iilted States is the reiult of accident.
This in no
Story put forth for the occasion, but Is
takeu Ironi tabular statements, the reliabil
ity of which can not be impeached.
British America. Aesota . fl.iaO.OOO
MUlvlUe Mutual. . 1,440 000
Union, of Hi 11 a. " - ooo.ooo
Firemen'a of Dayton " - 480.0OO
New Ene-land Lutual Life, 37,700,000
Illinois Mtteon'a Benevolent Society
General Insurance Aoknt.
None) but Bound sad Hoaeat Com
OKFIt E-Ia the Alesau ler CountvBaak,
ttmtu lila IvaMihtw
ourUhip, MeUTitgt, lh
HSllIllill and iUvtlaiiam et the
ewnew vavee vwe biuijtai.twitocure
el I kief of DlttmMi. w ith fcaadr.Ue of valuibl receipt,
r vudi lined, and it comDI
In -vr rer.. rt. ki-nt Hfur,!? waled on rttviut ot iu ML
A4drw. !. V- A HimxsAN. us jwiUt Jih emit,
fit. itfuia, M -. t-.viti.ibA u ia
ry. B. SMITH
Physician Sc Surgeon,
Offlre in Winter's Block.rcorncr Seventh and
Commercial Avenue, (entrance on Beveath.
KeeiUruee Thirteenth street, west of Washington
J. II. Ml'LKSY, D. T. LlXKUAB, J. U. LAHaDBM
MULKEY, LINE6AR & LANSDEN,
Attorneys at Law,
OFFICE: Commercial Avenue, at office ef
Adaraaw i wiae) s--u
sWa Bleaat aopy.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY,
MT. CARBON(Blg Muddy)
Orders for Coal by the oar-load
s.on. or in nogsoesas, xor snipment
jrompiiy aiienaea 10.
vaaTTo large oonsumere and ell
aaanoreotorere, we are prepared
to eupply any Quantity, by tke
,oma or year, at uiuiorm rates.
OaTAO OTTT UOA1 C0XPAJTT.
Halliday Bro.'s oflea, Ho. 70 Qklo Uvea
trBalfldar Bro ' wharf boat
fcJ-At EtTPtiaa KUla. e
DAt the Coal Irtunp, foot efThtrvT-ai(btb
0"Poet Ofloe Drawer, am.
fOBTT TkAkS ULtOUA THE PCBLia
SR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance i pale and
leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circumscribed spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull; the pupils dilate; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose is irritated, swell,and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the upper
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears; an
unusual secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; appetite
variable, sometimes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
Others,, cutiroly gone ) flting pain
in the stomach ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at times costive ; stools slimy ; not
unfrequently tinged with blood;
belly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration cxcionaily diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough sometimesdrv and convulsive;
uneasy and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
DR. C. Mf LANK'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure.
IT DOES NOT CONTAIN MERCURY
. n any form ; it U an innocent prepa
ration , not CjpaHe efikis the slight'
tit injury to Ihe fioit t-. rider inant.
The genuine Dt. MVLane's Ver
mifuge bears the signatures of C.
M?Lane and Fleming Bf.o;. on the
: o :
DR. C. M?LANC'S
These Pills are not reeorunieudod
as a remedy for " all the ills that
flesh is heir to," but in alTeetious of
the Liver, and iu all Bilious Com
plaints, Dyspepsia aud Sick Head
ache, or disease of that character,
they btaud without a rival.
ACUTE AND FEVER.
No better catliuitio can be used
preparatory to, or after taking Qui
uine. As a simple purgative tbey are
UEVV.4.BIC OF IMITATION.
Tho geuuiuo uie never sugar
Each box lms a red wax ecal on
the lid, with the impression Dr.
MLane'is Liver Pills.
Each wrapper bearsthesignaturea
of C. MLane and Fleming Bros.
Sold by all respectable druggisU
and country storekeeper generally.
tW til; Comaerel&l College
St. Louis, Mo.
TEOS. A. BICE, A. M. 1. 1, B.,1
IAS. KICK, A. M., Principal!
I. H. HUKWVUll, j
FULL LIFE SCHOUHSHIPJ S8I 00
MUST impieie, ineruugn aaa rracuca
course of Htudy in tbe United atatee
couree taaispeusiDie i every yvusuj sua eeu-
varaing en tsc eca vi un.
For XUaitratel OinoUr,
Taioa. A.BICB. A. M..L.L.B..
WMOLaSALB AND KJtTAlL.
IN THE CITT.
Qoeds Bold Very Close.
Oonie IStb St. and OosnsnarolaJ At;
C. 0. PATTER & CO.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
73 OHIO IJBVEE,
City Vatlosal Bank Balldiaf, B-stairs.
era IllinoU, repraaanUaar tin
tes ooo ooo
CHARTERED MARCH 21. 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B BAFFOBJ), President.
8. 8 TATLOB. Vloe President.
H . HT8LOP. Aeo'y and Treasurer,
r.W. BamcLav, Cbab QAtianaa.
at. BTOCBYLBTB, PiCLO ScBCH,
U. CuvKUKWaji. H .L. Halusat
J. al. PBiu.m.
INTEREST paid on deposits at tbe rate of sia
percent, per annum. March 1st and Septem-
W lftt I nf.ll .l.t HA, Wlt,tww .- mA.kA
liately to tbe principal of Ue d.poaiU, thereby
Harried Women and Children may
ueposit money ana no one
else can drtw it.
Open every bustneaa dav rmm 0. m InUnn
ml Saturday evenlnaa for an in
roin 0 to 8 o'elock.
W. HTaXOP. Traaatsrar.
' Bross, President. H. Wtlla, Oabier.
.Heff. Vice rres't. x. J. Kertb, Abut, asb'r
mm m mi,
Corner Oommer&lal Ave and St Street
'. Brosa, Cairo. Wo, Kluge, Cairo.
ee- H0- Wolfe, Cairo.
i . Suaanka, Cairo. R L. Billinfiley, at. Louis
.. Buder, Cairo. H. W.Ua, Cairo.
K. H. Rrinkman, 8t. Louie,
J. T. Cleiuaon, Caledonia.
a Ueaeral Banktna; Baeloeea Dosia.
ty-Eachang-e sold and bought. Interest paid
n the Savinea Danartintm n.i,.n.
nd all buamees promptly attended to.
City National Bank
UAfll'AL - - 1 100.000
W . P HAU-rDAY Prlsldent
HENBV L. HALLWAY vSiPreet
A II rlAFFORDlcishity,
IS A I 'I a HTsL6p!asVI Caahler.
11 L. ILkLLtDAV, W. p HAiimiV
. x. w .... Uatxav.
Exchange, Coin end United States
jsuuud twugnt una aula.
"TAEPOSITS received and a general bauviua
D uiaaiiucBiB) vavtinr .
Popular illustrated bookrzGopageson
Manhood! Womanhood! Marriage I
Impediments to Marriage; the causa
and cure. Sent securely sea h.d, post
paid for r,o cents, by Dr. C. Whittikr,
617 St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
the great rMcialt. Read his works.
ICQQQ Caa't be made vy everv ,
"f month in the business we
rurnisn, dui inuae wuiiub 10 wora can easily
" , ,u"'""u" ' i weir own iO'
alltlas. Have no room to exulain n.n
icas pleasant aud honorable, Women , boy a
nd girls do as well as men. We will furnish
vuu a coinulele out tit free. The bimiiin.. ,un.
better than, aaythiog eiae. We will bear ea
pease 01 .Lining you, rarucuiare II. e. W
tud aee. Farmers and meohanica. thai. .nn
and daughters, and all clsnseaiu need of n.i.
work at bome, should write to us and leTrn aa
lbout the work at once. Now ia tha timt
eon-iaciay, Aauraae ibub m, 10, Augusta
O. D, WILLIAMSOni
Ana Dealar U
Mm. T OHIO LEVEE.
QPKCJLL sHaatlsi fim tesMicvvaata aad
K auiaa Moan
APRIL 18 18777
Dealer ,n Meal
Avmosi, adjolnl&a ata..,
KERP9 for aale the beat Beef, Tor. ,
Veal, Lamb , SeuaeKe. Ao.. anu'J
ad W terra (ami Ilea tn an aooet) table nL
anel f rauakliai
Ire la, Ckl-
Cbartered by the
State of Illinois
Tor U,e express
Tiurpoee ol siring
routed uite relief
Ball caaea of private, cbrnnic, and urinary di
eeaaea in all their comlicau-il furiua. It is well
known tbat Dr. Jatnea baa stood at the head ol
the profeasion for thepaat 3 years. Are and
experienoeareall-linportant. Stemtnatl Weak,
naaa, nixht losses by dreams, pimples on tbe
Ikoe. lost manbood, can poaitively be cureed
Ladles wanting the most delicate attention, call
y write, fleeeant bome for paUents. A look
fcr tbe rulUion. Marriage Ouide. wblch tells
you all about thee diseases--who should marry
why not 10 cents to pay postage. 1T. James
haa au rooms and parlor. You m no one but
thedoetor Olttoe houra, tt a.m. to 7 p.au. Sun
days, 10 to 14. All business strictly eonflden
tel. 4-28 -daw-lv
obtained, on me
medical or other
labels. Caveats. Asilffnmnta. Interreramva.
etc., promptly attended to. InvenUons that
1 fn s at m at w
Httll. 1 mna
curad by ur.
it tha Pfttut Offlcaj we ctn make closer teftrch-
. ' , - aaa vji itrvimpvy RDrl With
hroarler claims than those who are wmoYe from
a k t r h a.
tlon free of charge.and advise as to patentability
All correspondence strictly confidential prices
PATEST IS SECURED.
... . v.v. wuiuuui iU i-.reni oince, and to
investors in every State in tbe Union Address
iV A k. Vi tw A t it
Oppoa e Patent Office. Washington, D.C.
Evsnsvllle, Cairo and Memphis
Steam Paoket Co.,
Paduoah, Shawneetown, EvanB-
and all way landings.
The elegant side-wheel steamer
ATaltbrB. PlKNINOTOH Blaater
bablbs ranxmaron.- Clerk
Will leave Cairo every WEDNESDAY at S
o'clock . m.
Tke Seat steamer
Leaves Cairo every SATURDAY.
Each boat makes close connections at Cairo
Witt ttrav-claaa steamers for e)t. Louis, Metn-
Fibieand Mew Orleans, and at Evanavllle with
be E. A C. R. R. for all points North and East,
and with the Louisville klatl Steamers foksll
Dointaonthe UDDer Ohio, a-ivinc throusb re
ceipts on freijsUU and pasaeugera to all points
r or unner tnrormation apply to
JAUES BIciQS, Paasenger Agent.
UALUDAY BHOS., I A,fl.u
J. At. 1'HlLLirS, 'AgfuU.
Or to U J.GRAMMER.
Superintendent and Ueneral Freight Agent,
w-j-aj-ir. a.vanavuie Indiana.
T. .4 . n. .anil 111 this
certilicttte and f 1 we will lor ward, fur oue ei,
"The Treasure," a magnificent Illustrated
Monthly Journal and Housekeeper's Magazine,
and on. copy of our new and elegant premium
'ASKING A BLESSING."
A masteriiece of the Dusselderf school cftcr
aaintlng, by Prof. Jordan, six T
ecuutd iu tbe bigbast style of the art. lUtall
price of, which is 6, and a copy of the allow
ing beautiful poem descriptive of tbe curomo, in
elegant illuminated colors for framing.
Art but wait, good wile, a minute:
1 nave flnl a word to say 1
IK you know what to day isf
Mother, 'bsour wedding day I
Just as bow, we sat at supper
when theguestshad gone away ;
You tat that aide, I sat this side,
Forty years ago to-day I
Than what plans we laid together;
What brave things I meant to do I
Could wedreaiu lo-dav would Sad us
At this table me ana vou 1
Better so, bo doubt and yet I
riometimee thlua 1 cannot ten
Had our boy ab, vest 1 know, dear;
Yes, be doeth all thing well.
Well we've bad our Joys and sorrows,
aiiared our emilea aa well as tears:
And tuebe.tof all-rvshad y.ur
FaithlXil love for forty, y ears 1
Poor we've been, hut not foraakeni
Uriel we've known, but never shams
Father for Thy enHleas mrrciea
B7aa WW raa-wai mmj
atlll we Bless ny uoiy auati
This is a rare ehauee
for yon to nuke mon
ey, we will pay you
lim eaalt eaniinie-
aloas and give yeu aselasiva territory, aend
u one dollar, avoid unneueaaary aorieepoa.
di,ce, receive your territory, and go to work at
ouoe. Upon receipt of which we will forward
aavat'a puift, eertiAcate of aassMT, ate, Speci.
mi- copies to car ta, bobs fre.
WTh 1191 TBH
Al AAJ HJ 1 11 JJ
1 I rianvMuu
iy S? K BO OTHER.
SviV POt "its Br stt DEAtEBS
Ut is mo.
wi f jOjjtiMotataa co. imoiiyi. s. i
wodbjul auoasaa i S8,ooo
Of til .
DESCRIBED AND ILLrTR iTK-r,
V. i'lW.- being themlv aomnl.ta lo
InVire h .torr;r:B5,,1., X ' .tini of
..u.i.4.j to uiuaira-
wevaa. tfMI, .,"" .. j "". " in tour
proof of abJeXiifioT. B7.m8!J,Uckl "
Km, sample iajef Sf 5cla. clanay and
st. cmnmS. m "BOS. rube., as La Sella
iUisOfl "rhf'lr Claimed offlcl.l
V 1 3S booka. Send inr nmnf
pVV f touultfree. If
week so your
H?wn. Terms aad
LLLT A CO.,Port-
C. C. Beers, M. I), (formerly of BostotF 1
harmlesa cuia fr intemperance, which ePM
given without the knowledge ef tbe pat,
Also one fir tha " t.
lermanent cures guaranteed la both. Send
wi wueuce. mi uruggtste tor it. Addiaaa
ct ti a a uj., utrmioghim. Conn.
SkM tn t77 a Week to Aa.nta. BlooLTrir
til a day at hem. Age
$l and terraa Ire. TRUl
ent wanted. Outfit
A CO., Augusta,
So matter bow slichtlv Siuy.i'
- - 7 . ' r 1 11 nurm ana
Jt'phirTa. McMlrt'e1' 7o' tea
OR EXTRA FIXE CASina, no two aifte
S. K. SIARDBr'.
mainen nnnge, w. t .
$5 to $20rWP!?lwiri,
Ol 1 A DAY. How to Diaae it. Something
PA new and saleable. Addreaa COR, YONOK
ACQ, ttth and Walnut au. a t Lome Mo
SOJ111,1:' with name l'c. Sample
Naaalu S? P' B" LIND1Kr to
rpo'ADVKBTISERS.-Bend for our Local
List of newapapers. Bent free on application.
GEO. P. ROWELL A CO., 41 Park Bow New
Mark These Facts.
Tie Testimony of tbe Whole World.
a Wrtynne?Pt'U' ' HoUow,y' p'l''me
' Your Pllla e ni.,.lnn. it
km"1 fr "uo,lier fc01t, ud keeu tuen 'a 'be
'Dr. Hollo way has cur,! my headache thai
J gave one of your Pills to mv babe m, ,hi.
My nausea or a rooming is now cured'"
"Your box of Hollowav'a Ointment rnred ma
of noises in the head. 1 rubbed some of your
Ointmeut behind the ears, and thenoinehas left."
"Send me two boxes; 1 wuut one for a poor
"l enclose a dollar; your price is 2 rents, but
tbe medicine to me is worth adoilar.'
"Mendmenve boxes of your Pills.'
"Let me hsre three boxes of vour I'illa Lv re.
turn mail, for chills and Fever. ' '
lhaveover20O such testimonials astli.ee, but
want of space compels me to conclude.
For Cutaneous Disorders 1
And all eruption of the skin, Jthe ointment it
moit invaluable. It uoee not heal externally
alone, but ienetrates with lb. most searcbinc
...t , ... . - . -. . ,
invifis'j: o.irj the following diseases
Disorder of the Kidneys.
In all diseases affectlaa these omaa. tyhathat I
tbey accrete too much or too little vatcr: or
Whether they be aiHicted with stone orgnrel, or
With aches and paius settled in the loins orer tha
regions of the kidneys, these Pills should ta
ken according e tha printed directtane. ant tbe
Oiatment should be Well rubbed into the smill ot
the back at bed time. Thla iunnt will .-
almost immediate relief when all other nxans
For Stomachs Out of Order.
Na meilieln wilt .a .AA.en.M - . i .
tone ol the atomacb aa these Pills: they remove i
Improper diet . '1 hey reach the liver and reduce
it to a healthy action ;they are wonderfully emce
cioua in cases of spasm in tact they never tail in
curing all disorders o. the liver aud stomach.
n ni.u are me nest anown in
the world for tbe following diseasea t Ague,
Asthma, Bilious Complaints, Blotches on the
kln, Bowels. Consumption, Debility, Dropsy.
Dysentery, Erysipelaa, Female IrregnlarVtlui
tsvera of all kinds, FlU, tiout. Headache, Indi-
.uu.iiiuiaituu, veutmre, Liver Com
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tion or uriue, scroiula or. King's Evil, tore
Throats, Stone and tiravel Tio-Douloureux.
Tumoi. Lloera. Wornia or nil k,.,,- u i .'
Irom any cause, etc. '
.tiire of J.
None are genome nnl" J'.ttoT Susies, eur
Ilayloik. as ageat tvt.1f, and Ointmeut. A
rounda each box, A?fn be given to any one ran-handaomstij-lnformatiun
as may lead to tha
dJ6ic'llon of any party or parties counterfeiting
tbs medicines or vending the same, knswiug
tbeni to be spurious. ,
a. Sold at the manuhctory of Pro fas so r Hol
low at A Co. . New York, and by all reapectabl
droggisu and dealers in tuedicla. throughout
the civilised world, la boxes at s& cents, Ai
cents and $ I each. ... . . .,
a-j- There is coBslderable saving by taking the
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in every disorder ere aiUxed to each box
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summer Holiday Number la July, afriaatUy
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8CRIB5BR has tmichad khxh-watar aaark.
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.u 1 ,Prospcw"s for tba nsw ?olam alTaS
tha titles of mora than fifty papers (mosU
lllustrmUdV, by writars ol tha hlglssAiMrU.
ET,"AWmtr0n the Hue," byOaa.
McCle Ian ; ''sauntering About OoaaUntt-
"?? I"' ,Z7 Vnn Dudley Warner: "Ont
ot My Window at Moscow," by Eugene
Schuyler! "An American la Ttnrklsuo,"
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By Dr. Holland, tbe Editor.
whose story of "Sevenoska ave the blgA
est eaUsfactloa to tho readere ot ft
The scene ot this latest novel Is laid on
tbe banks of the Hudson. Tho hero Is a
young man who has been always "tied lo a
woman's BDron atrinaa " hut who. by tha
death of his mother, ta lef alone la tho
world to atrttt on the current of lUa with
a lortune, but without a purpose.
Another serial, "ills Inheritance," by
Mim Trafton, will begin on tho completion
of "That Laos ' Lowrle's," by Mrs. Uodg-
Ann Duma., M- D.. - . I. .
.wu vu.wcbt. iu, . VHISV IIU1 , UOSjUSS
In August, has a pathos and dramatic power
which have been surprise to the public
There la to he a series of original and ex
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ence," by Mrs. Her rick, each paper com
plete in lieeu.
mere are to tie, from various pens, papers
" Home Life and Travel"
'so, practical suggestions as to town and
w.?.trrUfe, vlitae Improvements, etc., by
u-iea '.farnard's articles on Taiioua lndus
"J" " tVreat Britain include the history ot
Soorl.h iejimento in Co-operation," "A
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keepers," "Ua'DenaV.wi. .k. omi
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,MrlUrJfr Bd kca.o. adtffirert
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productions of American hsmorlsts will ap
pear from month to month. The list of
shorter stories, biographical and other
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abroad. There will be a series of letters on
literary matters, from London, by Mr. Wei
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as heretofore, so far as limited space will
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