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LOCAL WEATUKK KKl'OKT.
U. S. Hid. 8K., OnSKkVIH'fl Offick, I
Cairo, AuiriisfJH, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
Barometer 30.00.
'thermometer 73 degree.
Wind, northeast, velocity b mllci per hour,
Weather, clca1-.
Maximum tetuperattiro last 'U hours, 89
degrees.
Minimum temperature, last '24 hours, 0(J
degrees.
rivalling wind lant 24 bourn nottljraM
Total number of inllin iraxeled ilurlugluat
24 bourn, 110.
Kdwi.v Garland, Obaerver.
Kino or tiii Blood. I'lmplus ou tbo
face. Cain : I have boon truuLlud for
tbo palt tbroo or four yoars with a vary
disagreeable eruption on my fact), and bad
tried many dllluront retnudloi, an well as
physicians, ami bavu fjlveti up iliicour.
aged, thinking I never should bo cured,
when I eccldutitly beard of your King of
tbo lilooj, I bought n bottle and ust-d it
according to direction! and received relief,
and by using three bottles moro 1 arn
cotnpletoly cured, and can cheerfully rec
omtnend it to tlio'u atllicted by icrofuioui
diseases or any impuritv of the blood.
II. II. Mt.tr.K,
Tol.'graph Operutor, Avoca, N. Y.
Sou ndvertiietnetit in another column.
The IIakvkst ok Dkatii. It would
leoui the tiaiial uaiime of Infant mortality
are not utllcieut. Thu innocent onus are
not poruiilted an even battlu with the
king of terror. At this liot and sultry
acaaon, the rcitlitit child, baUlliiu; with the
etiutnlcis of bin if that lie in wait at kVery
corner in uddilion, to encounter an
other deadly l.o Mrs. Window i or
some other poiirmous lyrup, ndrniriiilored
by thu band l otnu lii'rtlos nurie, lilly
mother, or Imbecile fathur. A host of
livet mluht be aaviil each vcar by giving
Ur, .MuCabVa .Medicated llraudy, which
ctl'ectually rurei li.faiitilc) coin plnlnta
without any daluteriout results. B.lO-'Jw
TO KANSAS AND COLORADO!
During the auiiimer enon ol ItiT.'l, the
Missouri l'aclllc railroad will rell excursion
ticket trom .SI. I.oula to Denver and return,
at tery luw rates ul fare, und a rare oppor
tunity la thereby titteredfor lovere of nature
to view the beautlt-a of Colorado and enloy
the delightful acetiery and health-inspiring
climate of the park of the Itocky Mmiu
Ulna. Kaiiaaa, with it broad and fertile plalna,
I directly on thu route, and together wltli
all the other Western ritatea and Territories.
It readied by the Missouri l'aclllc railroad
and ita connection?.
The Texaa connection of thla
road ia now completed, ami
paaaongcrs are ottered a tlrat claaa' all-rail
route from St. Iolil to'l'exai, either oer
the MUaouri, Kaiia.t' k Texaa It. (., tla Se
dallu. ormer the Atlantic .V l'aclllc It. It.,
U Inltn. For map-, time tablet, Informa
tion a to ratea, routea, Ac. we refer our
rradcra to .-j. II. 'I'liompaoii, Kaatcni l'ataefi
er Agent, Columbua, Ohio, or K. A. Kord,
General l'avcngur Agent, ftt loul, Mlaou
rl. tueatloua will hu prouiptly and cheer
fully anawert'd!
EMIGRATION TURNING!
CHEAP FARMS IN SOUTH-WEST MO.
The Atlantic .V; l'aclllc ttallroad Company
nflers 1,SM.J acre of land in Central and
Houthweat Mlaaouri, at troin to ill per
acre, on aeven yeara' time, with life trans
portation from St. Louis to all purchaser.
Climate, soil. Umber, mineral wealth, school
churchei and law-abiding society Invite
emigrants from all point to thla laud of frail
and Mower. For particular addreaa A.
Tuck. hand (,'niiniii"luner, Ht. I-oula, Mo.
I.'ii.il-emlljr
llacka lor the Cairo, Arkaliaaa and Tex a
railroad, starting lroiu White .V (Jreir'a
tore, corner ot Mxtb street and Ohio levee,
run aa follow:
t.eave at S a.m.
4 p.m.
Arrheiucltyat lOa.m
ti fi p.m.
y-sil John Mkykk, Agent.
NOTIOK.
Parties wiihlng goods old at auction,
will please bring tbo lame to uiy Buction
pjoui, No. 105 Commercial avenue, on or
leforo Thursday evening of each week,
aa I (hall aull on Friday of each week in
stead of .Saturday aa heretofore.
Da.niki. Haiitman.
Tbo only llecmed auctioneer in the city.
8-1'Jtf
. PRICE'S
SPECIAL JUYOEDtGa
VANILLA. LEMON, ETO.,
" i'or Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes L Pastry.
With great rare, by a new proccs3, we
xtract from tho true, select Fruit and
Amniotics, each characteristic flavor, and
product! Flavoring of rare excellence.
Of yreat ttremjth ami perfect purity,
No noionous oil. Kceru flavor a rev-
relented. No deceit -each bottle full
measure, holding one-half more than
other purporting to hold same quantity.
Ur them once, will vte no other. Tin
most ueUcate.acheiou flavor ever made,
Bo superior to thu cheap extracts. Ask
fur Dr. I'riee'a bpcclul 1 luvoriugs. Muu
, ufiietured only by
STEELE & PRICE .
Depots, CHICAGO and BT. LOUIS
Manufacturer of Lr, Price' Cream
Baking Powder.
JOHN . PnLLIS & SUN,
8uoossora to John B, Phlllis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
tan
KORWAHDING MKHCUANTM
4KD
DKALEHS IN HAY, UOllN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Stc.,
AGENTS FOK LAFLIN AND RAND
l'OWDKH COMPANY.
Oo. Tsntii Stkkkt and Ohio Lkykk
OAIHO. Il.LH.
CHEAP UOAHDINU.
Regular buardera at the European hotel,
Harry Walker proprietor, receive hoard at
the rate of $20 per month. o-10-tf
r-U. Arter hat the largest and most
complete stock of harness, saddles, bridles
and strap goods in the city which hu says
bo will sell at bottom prices for cash and
cash only, 8-10-lm
THE BULLETIN.
LOCALS.
lr Campbell ihouU he executed to-day
a detailed account of the event will bo
published In Tut DuKi.cm to-morrow
morning. Lovers of the horrible who de
Iro copiei of the paper ihould tend in
their orders to-day,
I)k. Lrxcti, tbo able editor of the Com
merce 'Dlipatcb,' ii in thu city.
JuMJKand Mrr. Urcen havo returned
from Dixon Spring, whore Mra. Ureen
bat been for a few months looking strength
in their heallh.glvini: waten,
1'oTTcn wai In town day before yester
day and ycatorday, and will ha again to
day; but we have every reason to (believo
thu supply of beer In town will b suffi
cient.
Tiik Cairo Shooting Club will pay
$l"5pjr dj.'in Jfor piguons, delivered
atthustoroof K. Suiytbu ' Co., comer
Nineteenth street and Commercial avenue.
M-2'J.3t
Wantxu A furnl.liM.1 room with
board for two gentlemen. 1'rivato family
preferred. References given and re
quired. Address slating teruif.
(5-27 Ct "11," bt. Charles Hotel.
Mk. K. C. I'm. of thu coiiiuiissiuu linn
of Mat Inn Uht, who has been out to
Colorado for tbo last six Weeks, Mid hav
ing a good timu generally, will return to
Cairo thu tlrat of next week.
Un and after Monday, beplumber 1, all
vehicles carrying passengers to and from
Cairo and the O. A. and T. railroad, will
becrosied at Greenfield's ferry at half-fure,
until after thu fair at Charleston, Mo.
b.'27-lOtd
Ik "Dutch Oil Fox" and Mr. O'Connor
havo any free whiskey tl.ey should not
squander It. It is their buiiuces to put it
where it will do lb most good. Vtu cao
be teen at almost any designated hour
wo or our representative.
The mildly Gentle Gcrold is in the
White mountains, and has been writing
to Hough Davis. Extremes meet occa
sionally, and there could be no greater
contrast than the contrast furnished by
the lamb-like counter of (! as by the foot,
and thu fierce and ,terriLld editor of tho
9un."
The members of the Cairo military
company, and others wbo desire to enroll
their names or who feel any Interest In
its organization, art requested to meet
this (Friday) evening at tbo liiberniau
engine bouse at 7 o'clock, for business
and drill. K. A. Hukskit, l'res't.
J. T. Davidson, Captain.
KLKCTION NOT1CK.
A meeting of tho stockholders of tba
enterprise savings bank will be held at
the olflce of said hank on Monday, -Sep
tember , 1&7.1, at - p.m, for the purpose
of electing soven directors, to servo the
molng year. V. HvaLor,
Hoc y and Treas.
Cairo, August 20, 1873.
ATTENTION, KOUGUS.
You aro hereby uotilted to assemble
at thu engino housu In full uniform, this
Friday afternoon, August '-', at 4 o'clock
p.m., sharp, to attend the funeral of tbo
late Frank Hundley. Every momber is
expected.
Uy order of tho company.
Jauei Oasu, .Secretary.
1IIBEKN1AN.S, ATTENTION!
The members of the Hibernian Fire
company, o. 4, are neruby notinod to
meet at their engine house this afternoon
at 4) o'clock, in full uniform, to attend
the funeral of theirlate brother, Frank(M.
Hundley.
lly order of the company.
M, J. Uowi.Kr, Secretary.
Mk.Ioiin n.('KiiKiiKK wishes to re
turn thanks to thu llisuiarck llund for thu
promptness with wnich hi claim against
tho corporation has been aettled. Some
tlrnu ago Mr, Sackberger received injuries
from thu otl'ects of which lie was con lined
t) hla hud for several weeks, and for
which bu has recoivod a sick boucflt of
ten dollars por week. 8-28-31
Thoro was conaiderablo excitement in
tho city yesterday. Every body was talk
ing about the ponding execution, nnd tbo
colored population gave to Campbell nnd
his woes their undivided attontion. Two
orthreo hundred negroes visited tho jail
in the afternoon. In the evonlng, a ru
mor provailed that llird had returned with
a respite of thirty days, hut it proved to
ho without foundation. Up to the hour
at which wo write I o clock a. in. no
telegram has been received from llird.
I.v company with Ruv. Mr. Thayor wo
yesterday visited tho jail, and had a brief
conversation with Campboll. Mr. Thayer
invoked him to look beyond human life to
tho life boyond the gravo, and asked blm
If ha bad hopes that the blood of Christ
would avail him and eocura happlnois in
the world boyond tho gravo. He said bo
had faith in Christ, but said it in a surly
mannor. "If I die to-day, I will not die
to-morrow j if I die in Cairo I will not
die tomowhoro else,'' he said. "Now and
hero makes no difference. They havo me
and can do with me what they ploaiie.'
Mr. Harroll askod him if he bolieved the
jury returned a verdict of guilty be
cause ho was black and tho jurymon wore
white. Ho said be did; that they might
havo given blm tomo show and allowed
him two or threo colored Jurymen. Mr,
Harrell remindod him that great caro bad
been taken in the selection of the jury
and that the jurymen woro honest men,
What," said Campboll laughing, tbm
hootiors I They would havo bung all tho
niggers tuat could have been brought ho
fore them." Wo thon asked him some
questions, and ho became very angry
After we had retired bo told those wbo
remainod that it was well for us that tb
openings in tho grating of his cell were
not wider, or else, said bo, 11 1 would have
shot that fellow in the mouth."
THIS CA1H0 DAILY BULLETIN FRIDAY,
Till city clerk of Kvansvllln. is tarry
ing a few days In Cairo.
FOK SALE.
One mare four .Years old, good spring
wagon, harness, saddlu and bridle nearly
new, by J. H, I'll l lues,
8-2'J-Ct
Tu Cairo Turner society will cele
brate their eleventh anniversary Septem
ber Bth. The particulars of the proposed
celebration will be furnished to tho pub
lic by the press and through band bills.
OBITUARY.
DKATII OF
KJtANK
u:v.
M. HUN J)-
It In with feelings of tho slncerost re
gret that wo this morning announce tbo
death of Mr. Frank M. Hundley, cashier
on the Illinois Central wharlboat, which
occurred ut fiftoen minutes past nnu
o'clock, p.m., yoturday, August 'J8, 1&73,
after an lllaoss of six days,
Mr, Hundley was horn in Lynchburg,
Ohio, in the year 181 j, and consequently
was in tho twenty-eighth year of his age,
He was a halt brother of Mr. Jat. John-
"n, auout of tbo Illinois Central railroad
n this city, at wlioio reatdenro ho died.
Wo Know of no young man in the com
munity who was more highly usteutned
than Mr. Hundlev, and hi many good
ualltlea of head and heart endeared him
to every ono with whom ho became ac-
uainted. He came to Cairo in the year
16Ct, and immediately entered the service
f the Illinois Central railroad In tho ca-
parlty of clerk, from which position ho
war proinotod to that of cathior on thu
wharf-boat. Ho has always been looked
pou by those high in authority on the
road as ono of tbo most trusty and com
petent ollicials at this end of tho lino.
Tlio remains will be taken to Oinuy, II-
linois, for interment.
Thu funeral services will be held at tho
Methodist church in this city at C o'clock
this (Friday) eveMng, August i'J, 1873.
The following communications ex
plain themselves :
Sui-t'b. Okfice, O iV- V. I'. R , i
Oaiko, Ills., August '-'8, 1S73.
as. Johnson, Esq.,
Diak Sik II v taking tho 0. and V.
srs at -i a. tu, on Saturday morning you
can reach Olncy at 3:18 p, in., connecting
at Vincennea at i p. m. If you desire to
end tbo body by this route I an, authorized
by Major Lee to extend the courtesies of
our road. Major Leo desires un to ex-
ress to you his sincere condolence.
Yours truly,
I.OL'ta .lohUEKhEN.
AatNT'a OrricE, I. C. K. I'.., 1
Caiiio, Aug. It, 1373. J"
Louis Jorgeusen, C. & V, U. R ;
My Dear Sik Your letter of this date
was just handed mo by Mr, Lyon. Allow
me to thank you, and Maj. Lee, your gen-
ral superintendent, through you, for your
kind aud generous oiler in extending to
mo tho courtesies of your road In ninuv
ng the remains of my brother, (Frank M
Hundley) to Olney for Interment.
tbo atiaugi-.ueiH iins already been made
and friends at a distance! notified that bis
romains will leavo Cairo at 1 105 to-mor
row, and will reach Olney at 12:10 p. m.
Saturday, und we cannot now very well
mako a change. Again allow me to thank
you for your kindness and sympathy.
Sincerely yours,
J AC. JOHXfOX.
LOCALIZING,
DANGERS OF THE
BUSINESS
INCAIHO.
M) VENTURES OF
DAY.
A SINGLE
Wi rattier enjoy beln a local editor.
Tbo occasiunal beatings wo get du ui good;
but lately they bavu become too ficquent
for comfort. For long years wo labored
under thu improiaiou tbat wo woro a
bumorous fellow, lhat is tbu rock on
wLicli wo split. All our troubles baTu
cotuu troin tuu lai't, as we understand tho
case, tlmt our buuior is unsundorstood.
Wo have often wondered wbetbur tbis
miaunderstanding was tbu result of our
stupidity or somebody else's.
Tbo otiier morning wo casually re
marked tbat a gentleman of ouraccquaiut
ance a friend of ours was a liar. As a
matter of course tho romarl: was intended
to bo t'ickwickiar.. In the tamo issuo, wo
threw out the inportant information tbat
thoro was an English nobleman In the
city driving dray, that tbo dogs of a
neighbor had a habit of barking at night,
that a certain Jackats had a loud voice,
that a church bell was rung too long and
too often, that a certain city otllcial, vrbo
should bo namoless, had a horribly long
nose and was genorally ill looking, that
tho man who yollod nightly in front ot
our door, aftor wo had gono off Into the
land of Nod, was tho son of a ten cook.
Tho fow porsons in this world wbo ap
preciate) a joke as wo do that Is to say
tho refined lovors of subtlo humor saw
tbat we meant fun by all our squibs and
chuckled. The uoxl morning wo wcro
sitting in our otUco enjoying a perusal of
our papor whon our friend whom wo had
playfully callod a liar camo into tho room.
Before we could explain, ho donounend us
as anotbor and hit us on thu nose, in tbo oyo
and kicked us. Wo triod to Imvu 1 1 in
take a rocois so wo might explain, but ho
went on until be exhausted himself and
then left us tirod and bleeding.
Ynilo llurnett was tpunging us, and
Wiley was feeding us with brandy by the
spoonful, a drayman ciunu in. Hu said
the reforonce to the titled dreymavi was
aimed at him, and ho struck us over tho
bead witb a dray pin. 'Squire Dross hap
pened iu at this moment, took tho furious
man out of tho room, and Instantly lined
him $5 and costs. Scarcely had tbat dray
man beob taken away when eight otbur
drayman appeared before our injured eyes,
and oacb insisted tbat the paragraph
meant mm. In vain we called tho atton
tloa of a drayman with the Irish brogue
of tho county Mayo to the tact that we
had said the drayman was an English
nobleman. Ho said that fuel made mat
ters woiso;that wo knew how ha detested
tho English and wo bad called him an
English nobleman for the express
purposo of making tho Insult more pro
voking, and ho was about to crush us when
Gossrnan asked him not to do so, A Ger
man drayman was as unreasonable as the
Irishman, and tho Amoricans were more
unreasonable than olthor. Luckily each
of these drayman Insisted that ho was the
man moant. Tlioy finally fell to lighting
among themselves and wo got off.
Thou tho owner of tho jackass came
in. Ho is a stalwart man and could eat
us at one bite, nnd it was his intention to
do so; but when ho saw our bleeding
body his anger melted into pity, and he
did nothing more than denounce us as a
scoundrel anil threaten to whip us when
wo got woll.
Then the dog man came ; but he was
small and wo tbereforo succeodod in In
ducing Mcllale to threaten to whip him
if ho wouldn't go away.
Then evory city ollicor attacked us.
"Sir," said Mayor Wood, " what do you
sao wrong in this noso of mino?" "And
sir," shuutod Howloy, " how dared you
aay this nolo of mino is long'" 'Or
mine?-' shouted Mehnor; "Or mine?"
cried .Martin; and then they all struck at
in. In a few momenta imr Hfo was al
most extinct, and our tormentors loft us,
when wo swora wo would never attempt
to bo humorous again. And wo Intend to
keep our oath,
Hut our misfortunes wero not at an end.
Two or threo members of every church In
tho city camo In and said the bell wo
hinted at w-as their bell, that wo were a
mean fellow and tbo church wouldn't pat
ronize u any mora. We thought church
members were non-combatants, and there
fore pretended to ha bravo. One small
member, who looked as if ho had had
grace pumped into him until ho had be
come a meek saint, we ordered to loave tho
room, and madn a demonstration to put
him out. When wo camo to, the little
member had retired, and somebody told us
that ho had bit us behind the ear and
that wo had laid down and had gone to
sleep. Fifteen bullies members of base
ball clubs assaulted us during tbo day;
nnd when wo asked for an explanation each
of them told us he would allow no man to
call him the son of a sea cook. They had
all evidently been yolling in front of our
dcor.
Wo aro recovering. Dr. Smith says ve
will bo ublo to bo about in a week, but Dr
Dunning says our wounds cannot be
healed in lets than thirty days.
JUM1 received at Ehlur's, Twentieth
street, betweon Washington avenue and
Poplar street, the finest French calf, pat
ent leather ami .Moroccos for gentlemen's
wear. A perfect Ut and satisfaction as
sured. Any persons in need of boots and
shoes should call on Ehlor's, cxamino bis
stock of leathers and leave their orders,
tf
Wasted Two good girls to go with a
family to Denver. If they will him for a
t.i.j time, irnn.) waues will bo paid thorn
and their travelling expenses borne to
Denver. Apply to Mks. D, Hl'HD
8-27-3t Seventh stroet.
Removkp. Dr. Dunning has removed
his rosidenco temporarily to the second
cotkago east of Scbeel s hall, on Ninth
street. tf.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT NOTICE
Sl'KCIAL WAKltAST NO. 2.
i'llbllo notice Is hereby tdven that the
count court of Alexander vouuty, has ren
dered judgment lor a Npe:lalaatesmcnt up
on property benetlted by the following im
P'ovement: The reconstructed aldewalk on the tou'b
side of Twentieth street, trom Commercial
avenuo to waliinglou avenue.
The reconducted aldevf alk on tbo north
side of Mneteentli street, from Commercial
avenue to I'oplar atreet.
mo roconalriie'cd sue walk on ton souiu
ride ot Twentieth atroet, Irom Ohio levee
to Commercial aenue.
The r cviistructed sidewalk on the west
sliie nf J'ojilar atreet, trom Division street
to Twcnty-tlfth Hwt.
Thu reconstructed sidewalk ou the north
side of Twentieth street, Irom Ohio levee to
Commercial avenue.
The rcconatructvd sidewalk on tho north
side of Twentieth trcet, from Commer
cial avenue to Walnut stieet.
i As will more fully appear from certified
copy of Urn judgment on file In tho otllce of
the clerk of the city of Cairo, that u warrant
for tho collection ul Midi utaetiauient la in
the hands ol the tinderalgned.
All persons Interested are hereby notified
to cull ami piiy the nmoiints aaiosed, at the
collector's cilice, No. CO Ohio levee, within
thirty days lrnn date hereof.
'aicil tins ::mi iny ot August, a. ii. iSi.i.
J!t at It. A. CU.NMXniti.M, Collector.
NTEAMIIISATN
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAII. BOAT.
Tlie apleaJIJ atramei
0T JLS. FISK,
DlUK Kowlkh, Captain
Leaves Culrn DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
I p.m For IrciKht opsa0 apply on boat ur
to .(ah. Mam.ohy, Ait't.
It
NOTIOK TO TKAC'IIKKS OK l'UllI.IO
SCHOOLS.
Thu bnanl of fxuminurs for tho county
of Alexander, will meet at tho Fourth
ward school-houso In tin) city of Cairo, on
Friday and Saturday, thu Mil and Ulh days
of Soptember next, ut U o'clock a.m., and
at 1 o'clock p.m., each day, for tho exam
ination of teachors, John C. WlllTlf,
County Superintendent of Schools,
Caiiio, August 21, 18711. 8.i!3.da-w'J.
ArriiKOiATKii. Milwaukee 'Sontinol'
says: "Dr. l'rleo'a Cream Ilaking Pow
der and Special Flavorings aro tho bust,
without exception, that are mado. They
aro growing In popular favor.and in every
caso where they are used give decided sat
isfaction. Wo aro using them in our
household, and speak from a knowledge
of tbo caso. Those artloles are not put
Into tbo market to compete in price with
those of a low grade and Inferior quality,
they claim purity and bealthfulness. Let
tboso wbo read give them but a single
trial. 8-20-1.
AUGUST 29, 1878.
$30,000 WORTH OF GOODS
AT COST.
ON AND
I will sell my entire stock of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
As 1 am determined to close out my present business as soon aapossiblo.
N. H. TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES UEKKAFTBK, THIS
WILL UNSOLD STRICTLY FOR CASH.
11.
.Inly 5, 1873.
DISINFECTANTS :
COPPERAS
13 It O M
CAR1IOLATE OF LIME
PERMANGANATE OT POTASH,
CARBOLIC ACID
CHLORIDE OF LIME
POWDERED C HMCOAL.
-
FOR 3AI-B A-T XiO"W PRICES
AT
BA-IGnLA-Y BROTHERS,
iDTtuOrO-xsrrs,
COHNKR WASHINGTON AVKNUK AND KIUHTII STHKET.
3STO. 74.- OHIO Xjij"VE5
otf-
CUMaVIaUSlOJt" AID aTOHWABDIMtt
'MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
110
KOK WAKD1NO MKKOBANTri,
ia
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTB roa FAIKUANK'B SUALKH
Ohio Levee, CAIUO. ILLINOIS.
1). A YKKB.
K.J.
& CO.,
Ay in
AVERS
FLOUR
AND
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Nu. 78 Ohio Lkvkk, Caiiio, li.ut.
l-7tf.
COFFEV, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd & Sou.)
AND
Commission Mor chants
ri.OHH UltAIN AXIS HAT.
No 63 Ohio Luveu, CAIUO, ILLS.
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I'E T E R UU 11 L,
FLOUR M KltC.H A NT
ANI
XX, 23 22,3'
So. hu OHIO I.KVKK.
3-120 tf. OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION
Vul .,0.?,rr'' ? ttM fbyaloloslcal iny
torl8SapdrovolaUonsrhosaialwylUui,liUtl,
latuldlscavorltsln producloi aaJpmoatlair off.
sprlnf,iiras.rflaglh.coDipl.rioa,j!5..
il3yJi2&rUBemo,k etiwo tcHrodaad
silly pajM wllh numaioui OB(ratiat,aail conlaio
-.aluaClo iDformatlon for Ikosa who SiViuaVrliacS
conlonpUt. marrlaa o still Ills a tk that ouaat
rs: "" .a aaaiaaaa. aanaull.
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BDTOHBR
tMtjr MttUMaJ.lsMk tUldlsttT.
aaJIpaalal altoalioa paiJUoordorolrjoroloMa
tsats alibi or day
AFTER
STOCK
H. CUNNINGHAM.
O C H L O It A LU M
POWDER
KING OF THE BLOOD.
tui most TDoaocan rcRimn or the
BLOOD TKT micovriiiu.
CUTIF.S ALL HUMORS. PIIOM A COMMON'
KKUITIO.S TO TUB WOKST SCltOKULA
11 jr Its nae Caurera aro cared, ami
Cancerous tumors are illsprrstil without tho sur
I'Mjn'a knlf hcrofala conquered, and Cousumu
tlon prevented and cured.
Venereal Dlaeasea, Mercurial anj Miner
al l'olaoua, and their effects eradicated, and iirur
n.ihrallti and a ihHind constitution eatabllalird.
Pesnale Weaksieaa and DUea-(
Drupay, general or partial; SwellliiKS, eiiernul or
luteruai; aud Tumora are reduced aud dtfperaod
la a very abort time.
Kryalpelaa, Salt Ilheatn.ScaM Head, and
Fever Sore aroaoou reiuovvd by thla pierful
U"eteri;ent medlclni'.
Scorbutic Dlacaara, DandrnlT, Scaly
or Koui;li Mcln.und I'implea quickly git o ay,
leaving uir skiii amooin anu rair.
curonic siiaeaaoo,
iirilcred l.Uer, Dyalielwl
AITLtloiia. (Icneral dJv
aln'IiHla, ltlit'iiniali'iu, .NrnoiH
Airectlima, Clcnvral iDelillitr, III sliort. all tlui
.iiniiu!rmi illiieaaea ranged hv ti.'id Mood are i"iii-
iUerrd, and give way be.'ori' thU muat punerjul
(iirrectnr, the Kin;; of IhellliHid.
ttacls bottle rontalna Iniwoon flirty mid
dftv ordinary iIom'S, routing only nnn ilnllnr
From iinei to four or II vo lmllle lll
cure Salt llhi'iim, Sr.iUl IIim.I. Itluu' Worm, I'lm
plea on the Fare, lilies, ordlimry Kruptimi', etr.
From tun lorlulil bollli'M m III cum
Hcaly Krtiptliiinuf the M.I11, I'lrava, Snrua.ainl
t'anter iiitlm Moitth and Stnmai h.i:oliii-l.ia.eir
I'roni isvo lo ten ImiIIIi'is "111 r"aliu
luallhv artlnii tn thu l.lver and spleen, ill re '
ulntelbellowclauiHtKliliioa, From ttvn hntllca II1 m fouiul
rdrelu il III nirlm; .Viurafcla, Slck.lleadatlie, M,
Vliea' Dane... and i:pllep.v
Frosn live to civclvo lioltlen will cum
thu noratraaea of Scmlulii.
Vrina tlirri lit Curlvo lioUlra will
cum M-vrreaml nliallnale rnea nf Oitarrh.
From two to lour tiollli-x will cure th"
uratraaeai4 I'llea.aml rei;iil.iiriwllve IJowd
From two lo trn boll lea will iiitu
lud i.-eai)f Unvy-
Frlro III i'i liotlle, or ti laittlea fur
Suld by all l)nijr,'i"
II. IUXSOM, SOV 4, CO., rropr'.,
SoptesllinonlalalnliK'tlnduinii. KuO'alo, .
tat
Magnolia Balm
I K TKW APPLICATlOXH JIAKI1 t
Puro Blooming Comploxion.
It Is Porely Vegetable, and lla operation ta aren
and fall at ouce. It dooo away wilb the FliaihiV
jpniwranca caaand by Heat, FatlKUe, and F.icil,
maot. UealsaudroiuuveaalllUoteliiaau l'im;l
dijpoiUu dark aud unoujbtly spbU. Urlv a4i
Tan. rncaleo, and Sunburn, andby'taitunlletie
powtrful InJuePf uautlaa tbt faded cbeek w ith
TOUTKTUL BLOOM ASD BEAUTY.
Bold by all Prugfuita ami ITaucy Stores, lepa.
HVarkriae Mow York.
KNVfiLUl'KS.
Fine white ; single and double X amber
slugle aud double X Canary, bust ijuality oi
manllla, blue letter, uto., etc. 00,000 for
ale. urliiteit at :t MtnlIM car thousand.
N at the 1ILXLBTIN Orvica.
KWB.
HAGAN'S
-
Foreign Advertisements.
mm TMT HI MIDI!
Dlarrho?a, DysenUrr, Chalrra Markas, Sasa.
mr Complaint, Flux, Children's Ttstfe
log, and th Ore at PrtTtatltt al
Asiatic Cholera.
HAGUIRE'3 EENNE PLANT.
Ttli itftorJlorr mMMt... lt Urn f which Ii tr4
br (.f lent ttsrvof bout tbo eovntrj, li b4oVlif trif
tor nmsKlf tTcraftrM io tb tiblta, for tbt oiia(Iiim fw
wMoti II Ii iDUDltl W btri U our poiMtsUi UtUnttitu
rraUbo)4 ToitDt&rllf br Cl. Ub, Ut CfcUf TorartbAUal
Ko lt.r Dnrcm it WtiblBUoi 0t. riti l!6r W7rr
Uen. riitit&toa tut tvtbtn or tb bmft rttr f. J.
bt9nt, thcctUbrtt. ItvUtn nlMiABfcrr, tit oat r of Ut
BtT.mrftoot, hootul iieirdi, eorntfB4rirntrir ?
Ut.jnef (.Iftoitea tb Mlnlselpr., 4 tflbottrr Tlteri, W.ev.
tra Ha nil try .a 4 CbrlitUi CmfcUli, i-my btf,utit
tbri wo Bumtroai M mcttloo, LlkI bit a mi ttVMislia
Mb prtu. prftlilflf It rttitbl msMlcil qniTiJ l tbhiv
t urmi. Ntfotbrr nfrlklo bMiirh rco7BBdU. w
taIo fr tobte ttytnef. It Uriti jwb, i-Ugfcrwr
f MbiaaM tBl IJn. Joeetb Brown, iliror f tb rttj f tu
Iitli. ttvt miBjr iher fluu ofictiii, for blcb tbr l b
re la tbii JfrtlimeB(. ioiM Metnion sUiUs.
.V. tl 61 91 rultoo S$w Vorl. BoM tr droftlat u4
tatJkkl 4Un Tf rrwlr.
J. t MAnrinc, yoU rroprletort.
S. W. cofD" of OIItc and Hroond tti., fit. Loull,
Mn. Vricvt 7.1 rrnU per holtle.
THE MEDICAL WONDEB
H
A.V IVFALLIBLK SPKCIFIO frtf Mimmi of tb Ur,
Blood. KUtMtt tnl La1i. an,! arraa MPtMtloa al .1
rroAl driffraviti H eonimta do tvlt.Uo itLrlt a4 ii
tbt rttttAbt mbitliut tor calomel.
1ILOOU WILL TKLL.
V LaVlr Wlth to haf It tall that aha tnka rata mm A aaa.
tUtid to 1 ib dx1 but, rr h etta hat rj btt kt bruki
ha I ft he.lth j ftttarne by tb oaabal m f
Mt flirt a Cait4aroo bltura.lb trateittVnotl (urlftaratuai,
alat fu iptxtallr eo ib bewail, lint, IUmti ttvl atostftdti.
promoting a, baaltti circuUikna or tha iux tb4 a 9m u
f titorttloo f Aior ot rrrtne In a natural t? viibati
routi to ftolionoaa rtHmil, Who dortra rail, m.
UL'lKKH Ct'.MiUKAMlO I.I HI AM) HLOUD BITTXU
latrTot aal alrooit lift th mfltrrr outftf tbfliwaatdatai.
4 tii rj vmpoiiM tirrftiiDo, nni DumcreuB ia aaar
Doia(lao JittUfr tba antrilco. Tbli UirlUlDali tbaaalr dla.
roftrrd Tftbl labttltnta ff ralomtl. II carta ail Ui
JltttM tbat Mtrflar hai htttiftntt u ttopbttad u aat apaai
ai owbtroii avvarr acuoq 01 tot birrr, oviautja. mmm
Btla, yUld al obm to Ita i-ototlal iBfluaact. Dftpaala.
CtaittpaUAH, Am (!aka, I.tiittnlt, 1'alaa In tba Baak atsd
Cbait, Hfitbt a ItUtaat, ttrupir, Dc(rtiitno. attar DliitpaUtti, ;
Jaiialtct, utabttta, Kblargniot at UOamnattoD tf tba
i.irt lupura trcuiauon, near .JWMt, ruan.y, itaaaatr
faraliilt.
lallaftd
HtiUil
bt ita
uuu vi oraat art al
titmX for circular to J. at C. M ACTIRE, ft, W.
Cflrner of OlUe and Hcond tta, ,B4. Ioula. Mo
X
LYON'S
ATHAIRON
Only 50 Cents per Bottle.
- "a
Jt promotes tha UllOWTtt, PllKtEH,!
- VKS the COLOIt, anil Incrtaaoa tha
Vigor and I1EAUT Yo f tho UA1K.
Ottb Thtbtt Yf am soo I.roa's KtTaUtaCM roa
Til e Una arao flrat nlaced In the market kr Profeooor
V- Tbomaa Lyon, a frraduatn of ITIncelon College.
Tlie nam la derived from tba Greek "Kamao."
alpnlfylna; to cleanse, purity rurenal, or rtttore.
The favor It hi a received, and tlie popularity It baa
obtained, lo unprecedented and incredible. It la
criuua thaOaovrru aud llucrxof the tlata. Itia
a delightful dressing. It rradicatea dandruff. It
prevent tha Hair from turnlnc gray. It keepe tbo
head cool, and Rive tbo hair a rtcb, oort, alooay ap.
iearance. It la the iimb la QuikTrrr and QOAUTI
at It vraa over a QCiirrra nf a (.'iktubv Aoo, and Is
mid by all Urufittlata aud (kiuatry S turto at only OV
koaiaa jier uoiisc. I
BwBbVbwBBI Yff - m1- fl-HM.afl-B a .al
mm lyoh's
AaV
iATHAIROI
S.T-18601
3 rtJUELY A VXQETADLB PREPARATIOB
rompoaed otmDlv of well-known annTtl
NLnaoi ui inuii 8, cumuinea wiLn ouii
properties, v. ucn lu their nature axe Cathartic
Apnrleut. Nutrtlloua. Diuretic. Alterative and Aatt
lulioua. The whole la preserved In a sufficles!
ciuantltror arurit from the (SUGAR CA.SAC
acep mom in any rnmawi, wxuen maaea ue r
P
LANTATI0N
BlTTER!
,.., .i..ii,u Tniilra nnd Cuthaai
t Ii In tho v. urld. Thsy aro Intended strtcUy a I
Domestic Tonic
only tn be used as a medicine, and always aocordl;
They are the sheet-anchor of the feeble and d
utUUU'u. sney at uiu m.. 1
atlmuUto to auch a dereo, that a bealtky acUon I
at once brought about Aa a remedy to wtlJ
ll'umrn urrieTeclaUytnt)Ject,ttiasurperoMi
er-rvnthr atlniulauL AaaNnrlllU ami U
mrr Timlr. they have no e.iual.lhejr arol
mild ami senUe ITirciuvoaa well as ionic ui
lurtry the lllood. 'fhey aroaaplendid AppeUs.
Thnv uiako the weak atranu. They purify and!)
Tlaomte. Tliev cure Dyaivpaia, ConaUpaUoa. all
lleadachn. They acta ai-H-ittolu all apiei
diordi ni which nude ruilue tho bodily atteugUi a
break duwu tho anuual spuiu.
Denot, 53 ParV Pboa. Ww York.
BOAT RTMMi
SAM WILSON,
o a its a 1
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BOAT BTOE32Q
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