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THE CAIRO UAlbY UULLETIN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER. 29, 1875
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
()EKVin'fl Orrtcie, Caiiio. lib., )
Novomber 22, 10:11 p.m., 1H73. J
Barometer, llOfli degrees.
Thefmtfnetcr, 44 degrees.
Wind -.Mini. Velocity 111 miles per
dour. v (
Weather heavy ruin
Maximum tempcraluro lor last 21 hours,
M degrees:
Mtnlmnm tempcraluro lor the lastlM hours,
Ho degrees.
Prevailing wind for last '24 hours, south.
Total number or miles traveled by wind
(luring last at bourn, 1M.
Kuwin Oaiii.anii,
Observer Biunal Service. U. H. A.
AMINKMt'.NTN.
XI 3STrU XT JVT 1
Mni(tr U. IIAMIISIT
A MONSTER RILL.
O O M K I) Y AND DRAMA.
Last night or the llrillUtit Artiste,
Miaa
TAlTirZ" B. FRXCBS
who will appear is
CONSTANCE.
AM TUltDA Y r.VV.SlSa, .VOI 2!,1873
will hii produced the three act drain i en
titled " W I L 1) J 0 N S T A N (J E . "
'l'o lui followed by
IRELAND AS IT IS.
Judy O'Trot- Mlos Julia Hiiiiiiintt
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
VMC.HH ril,I, HTYI.IC.
M Ilk. m' jag k son,
(Furujirly Um..flwaiidrs,)
antiauuces thtt ill hit Jitit oponed a large
assortment ol tho
NEWEST,
MOST FASHION A HH.
AND HANDSOMEST
Mlllliirry Oood4 tobc feutid in the inarkkt.
AUo will keen on hand
ji Hats, Hohikti, FLowrm, lttniiovi,
I'tIM 1 KIUUIHUS OF ALL MSbS,
LaiiII Fuamsntsii Goons, Notioki,
Collais, U5urRni.iivE!i, Kurrx,
And all goods round In milllnsry stores, all
ol whleb will ba disposed ol at the lowest
caih prlcos. Mrs. Jaekson respectfully
asks a continuation or tho naUonaf which
p has len io liberally heiUownd upon her by
uiu lauiri in uairn ami me vicinitv.
I'lllb, II. SAUP,
Dcalsr ki
CONFECTIONS AND TOYS
FIRE WOKS, NUTS, ETC.
tho can" ' W
XO. 102 COMMEItCIAL AVE.,
UetwccB Cth and 7th Sts
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
)3T"0yitersiervcd In uny st)le on short
V;IOlie. - ll-'JU
liAWYKHN. ,
SAMUEL P. WHEELEU,
ATTORNEY k 'COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIllO, ILLINOIS.
Office orer First National bank. 3-IMm
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
Kttorney at law
OAIKO, ILLINOIS,
IQtllceover First National bank. ,'1-lft-tm
obn U. Mulkey. Wlllam 0. Mulkoy
MULICKY & SON,
Attorneys at law
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
l)ffleo: Kliihth atroot, brtweon Comraer
(l and Washington uvenuos.
jjp-14tr. "
GREEN & UILJJEKT,
a
ATTOKNKYb
1 i.SD
OOUNHKLOK8 AT LAW,
Syilllwii Jl.Oroc-u, 1
Vilham II. Gilbert, V
JilMF.Ollk.eft, J
OAIKO, 1LMMOIH.
i-H)oial atUntlon I! I Tea lo A(lmltllT and
tmboat business.
WIOB OHIO L1YI1, BOOKS T AND 8 OYU
? OITT KATJOHAl IIAVK.
MKAI. EHTATK AflKlfOT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
3AL E3TATE AGENTS
J! AUOTIONKEllS,
r
I 174 (BBOOMU ILOOB) OHIO
fr 1 , I
m OAIBO, ILU1(
til
9nr and Ska Rial Kstati,
PAY TAXES,
IUN1BH ABSTUAOTfl OV TITLk
Aa.l piOMr OonTMatwuui of Kla1t
BKMI8, mtOWN & CO.,
LG MANUFACTURERS
Iqihts IIohi Cotton Mill
NO. 80 Oklo LT, Oa'ro, 111.
C4D.
THE BULLETIN.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
IllcVory Shirts at 'K cent oach at Hart
tnan'i. .
Juikik CiiAwronb, or'Jonotboro, was In
tho city latt ovenlng.
IliroiiTKU toilet aoap, Inrtt cakci,
at twonly-Uvo ccnta per do.en at Hart
innn't. Mm. K. K. Siiilbt, or I.lttlo Kock,
Arkamai, la In tho city visiting Mr. nnd
Mra. 7.. D. Mathut.
T 1 1 k Arab Flro company aro porfnet
Ing prrangemcnU for n grand ball to be
given at Seheel'a hall on Now Yoara Kto.
I v you want thlnga clean and nlco you
will go to l'atlorion'a meat market, cor
ner ol Ninth and Walnut lrenti, lw
S. I'attikhox, on the corner oTNInolh
and Walnut atroot, liaa Clmrloy llolfrlch
employed to cut all kinds or tncata and
mako tatnago. Call and loofur younelvei.
lw
TlIK larguat, lineal and mott complcto
atock evor brought to Oalro, of tho flneat
China and llohomlan (Mala waro, China
Ornament and Toilet fottF.tt prices which
wo dofy competition, at Harlm:tn'a.
IIai.LKt keepa tho celebrated "Fash
Ion," tho "Monitor," tho "Lady Oay," tho
"Alaakl," and rmmnroua other uood cook
stove ; and all styles of boating stoves,
which tin oilers low for cash.
LotiT. An oval Jet and pearl car pen
dant, on Washington avenuo betweon
Sixth ind Eleventh strcW, laat night
Tho Under will bo .tiltiMy rowardod by
returuing tho tumo to this otllcc, or to
It J). II. Oaktkk, Mound City.
A house belonging to .Mr. John Hy
Innd ran nvmy on Thursday ovonlng nnd
dashing tho wagon against ono of tho tel
egraph polos on Sixth strnot, auccooded in
wrecking it badly. Tho horse was not
injurod.
A LAitrjK und complete stock of dry
goods, clothing, bootJ and shoes and crock
ory at panio price. Also tho largest as
sortment of holliday toys and fancy goods.
Call and son beforo purchasing oIsowheri,
at Uartman's. 1 1-20 Vf
CiitKXof l'ollca Mclhilo, Sherill Irvln
and Sargeant Cain yesterday boarded ono
of tho steamers laying nt tho wharf and
captured four thieves, who wcro tried b
roro Judge llrosi, and held for tho action
of tho grand Jury.
Dk A. M. Taiikku, of LnUrangn, Mil
aouri, has invented n now lamp burner,
called tho "saftyvalvo lamp," which Is
claimed to have tho merit of being non-ex-plosWu,
and to all outward nppearanccs is
an improvement of great value
It. Josr.K, fasblonablo boot and shoe
maker. Cork tolvs, Scotch bottom, rul
tho latest improvements In tho lino or his
business. Only tho best arm most com
palont workmen omployod, and all work
warranted to bo llrstclass in overy respoct.
Shop on Commercial avonu, near corner
of Tenth street. 10-7
Cocnuiy knit socks, all wool, 35 conts
per pair, at Hnrtrnan'e. 1 1-29 tf
From the 1st to tho liHth of Novcmbor
County Clerk Lynch issued tho following
marriago licences:
O. 0. Church and Miss Cordolia Herrin.
C. Furguson and Mies Clara C. Jano
Sprous.
Middlolon Axley and Mrs. Marthia L.
Athorton,
M. F. Wootton and Mrs. Almlrn
Osborn.
Simon Hollinga and Mins I'araleo (iil
ohrist fcolorndl.
Patrick Kean and Miss Cathsrino
O'Donnoll.
Tholerpbor Itousscau and Misa Jnno
Baker.
Tub Atheneum waa again crowded last
night by a fiishionablo and intelligent
audioneo to witness tho play or " Nobody's
Daughtor." Miss Fanny 11. l'rlco In tho
rendition ol tho leading characters of
".lennlo Mllson," "Lady Evorsloigh "
and "Madam Urower,"Jwas most clTeclive,
and waa frequently heartily applaudod.
Mr. I). Ilonchatt, as Sir Oswald hvors-
leigh, of Kaynham castlo, en to rod into tho
,pirit of tb play liko nn old band at the
business, nnd gnvo it truo rendition of that
character. Miss Julia Ilonchatt, aa
Bridgot Wnyman, Landlady of tho "Jolly
Tar," did tho charactor in ft manner to
rrequontly bringdown tho bouso. Mesira.
Moldrurn, Murray and Davis j and .Mrs.
Murrav, and Mitsca Jamison nnd llniloy,
dll sustninod tho charactora assumud by
tbom with credit to thomsolvoa nnd tntis-
faction to tho audience To-night tho
company givo their last play in thia city,
and wo bospoak for thorn a rousing bouso.
Tha Fanny l'rico troupo, taken aa a wholOj
ia without doubt tho host and most tnten
tod company that has honored this city
with their preaonco for many yoars, and
tboy desorvo all tho succois thoy have mot
with hero. Tho entertainment thia ovon
lng will commonco with tho comedy on
titled "Constunco," with Misa l'rico aa
"Nolghbor Conatanco ;" nnd concludo
with tho tbreo act drama cntitlod "Iro
land aa it is," with Misa Julia Hcnchott aa
"Lady O'Trot." Tho company go from
horo to l'nducnh, nnd if tho Faduchiloa
don't givo thorn a hearty wolcomo during
tholr Btay In that out-of-the-wny villiago,
wo advlso Lon Faxon to furovor after
givo thia burg it wide go-by,
Card of Thanks.
Tho olllcors and mombora of tho Dolta
City Fire company, gratidod ovor tho sue
cess of tho ball givon undor tholr ausplco.
on board tho stoamor Croat Itopubllo, on
Wodnosday, November 20, doairo In this
mnnnor to oxproia their obligations to tho
sevoral gontlonion who largely contributed
to the succosa thoy roallzod.
First, Thoy desiro In a apodal manner
to thank Capt. Win, Thorwogan, of tho
stoamor Great llopublic, who gonoroualy
placod tho cabin of bis palatial stoamor
subject to tho uso of tho company, and
who otborwiso In a friendly manner aldod
tho company in tho accomplishment of
thir object, viz; tbo giving of a ball
creditable to tho city of Cairo, enjoyable,
to tha participants and remunerative to
tho company,
Sn;ond, Thoy also especially desiro to
thank "William l'nttoraon, mato of the
ltopubllc, for his kind olllcos, friondly do
meannr nnd valuablo assistance during tho
entiro ovonlng favors which tho company
bog to asiuro him will ovor bo gratefully
cherished In memory.
Third, Thoy desho to thank tho mem
bers of tho Delia City Cornel band and
I'rof. Klsenburg's Quadrillo band, who,
desiring to aid tho company gonoroualy,
volunteered tho charm of tholr cxqulilto
music during tho ontuo evening, and
Foorttr, To Isaac Shook, steward or tho
Croat Republic, as woll aa to nil otlieia
who In a marked manner contributed
to tho luccosa of tho ball, tho company
heroby londor an expression of their
hearty obligations, assuring such as re
main unnamed that their goneroua and
valuable asslstanco will over bo gratefully
romomborod, with a view, (should occasion
odor) to a full rociprosation
Oko. B. l'oon, M. J. McOault.t,
Vrciidenl, Hecrotaty.
C'OL'.NTV Com'tT,
Thoro was n spocial term of tho Alex
ander county court, prosontj County
Judo Bros?, and As'oclato Mnrchilden,
bold yeslerdy, for tbo purposo of taking
action with rofcrenco to the tax ordered
by tho court at ita last regular aoaslon to
be collected lo pay tho intorost on tbo
bonds issued to tho Cairo nnd Vincennes
railroad, and tbo Intorost on the $100,000
to bo paid to tbo Cairo and St. Louis road
upon its completion, Tho stale auditor
having also ordered taxes to bo collected
for tho i arno purpose, tho court mado tbo
following ordor:
Wiikukah, Tho auditor of public ac
count of this stato has levied taxes on all
real und personal property of Aloxander
county for the payment of tbo interest on
tho bonds iMiiod by said county to tho
Cairo and Vlncennos railroad company,
including tho interest duo on January 1st,
1871.
Thoreforn, it is ordered that so much ol
said ordor mado at tbo September term
last, levying tho tax for tho payment of
tho interest on tbo bonds ietucd to tho
Cairo and Vinconnca riiilroad company
and tho Cairo und St. Louis railroad com
pany, la heroby roclndod ; and tbo county
;lerk la hereby directed not to extend any
tax for tho payment of interest on tho
bonda named.
F. Dross, County Judgo.
Nov. 28, 1873.
There being no further businos boforo
tho court, adjournod until court in courso.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Full suits from tt to $I'J at Uart
man's. Gas and Stoatnlltting on short notlco
Ilrocs' IllocU. J-26tf.
All wool dclanei, 16 cents per yard, at
Uartman's. 11-'J0 tf
Go to llalloy'a for tho llurnott steam
cooking vessel. 11-C-lm
cooking and heating stoves. ll.C-lm
Ovorcoals Chinchilla from $7 to 10, at
Uartman's.
Iv you want tho bost hocf steak In tho
city, go to S. Patterson's, corner or Ninth
and Walnut streota. Iw
Latbct stylo gonts' hate from SI to
I 50, at Uartman's. 11-2'J tf.j
Fon n good squaro meal go to Harry
Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenuo
betweon Sovonlh and Eighth street, lm
Heavy Under Shirts and Drawers at CO
cents each at Hartman'i.
S. rATTKiiioy, on tho corner of Ninth.
and Walnut 6treets will keep fresh II nh on
Friday, if tho tamo can bo had. lw
Laiicik nil-wool eix-pound blankota at
ft l!5 per pair, at Uartman's. 11-29 tf
Go to S. I'uttorson's, cornor of Ninth
and "Walnut streets, for tho bost sausago
in tho city. lw
Fon OAs and steam lilting go to Kon-
nie'a Vulcan iron works, Commercial
avenuo, foot of Ninth atreot 0-10-tf
Tiik European hotol, Harry Walker
proprietor, ia opon at all hours of tho
night. 11.7.1m
All kinds of camo constantly on band
nt Hurry Walker's, Commercial avenuo
betweon Sovonth and r.ighln streets.
11-7-lm
Notick le hereby givon that I will pay
no bllla for goods sold to any of tho oin
ployos of Tiik Oauio Bcllktis, olther
or thomsolvoa or lor tho uso of tho oilico
unleso tho eamo nro furnishod on an ordor
(igned by Mr. llurnott or myself.
lU-20-ly John II. Ojixrlt,
FOU SALE,
By IUrtmnn, a lino
TOP BUGGY,
At a great bargain.
Call at Uartman's salosroom, 105 Com
morclal avenuo.
"Fools daro to troad whero Angols
bashful look." For nn illustration, soo
tho foolish presumption of Bomo nvarl
cioua liquor dealers in tampering with
tho livos of tho innocent by palming oil
a poisonous dococtlon, either by tho gal
lon or in countorfoit bottlos nnd labols
for Dr. McCabo's gonulno Modicatod
Brandy. H-lO-dAw-Sw.
A Nbw KNTBBniiBK. Dr. B. F. Fiold
will run a lino of hacks botwoon Cairo
and tho torminus of tho Cairo, Arkansas
& Texas railroad, making two trips each
day, leaving Cairo at 8 o'clock a, m., and
and Sjo'clock, p, m., making cloao con
nection vith tbo trains on that road.
Ordors for passenger or baggago should
bo loft at Fiold's stabio, on 10th street.
r' sopt23 tf
Dr. Lavarty, homooopathlat physl
clan, lato of Shawnootown, has located In
this city and intonds making it his bomo
Tbo doctor comos to Cairo woll rooom
mondod, aud rofors to the olllcors of tho
First National bank of Bhawneotown, to
whom ho Is woll known, having practiced
bis profession among them for years. Ho
solicits a fair sharo of tho patronage of
ouroltlions, Office 140 Commorcial aro-
nua. 740-tf
IUVEIt NEWS.
I'ort Miti
ARRIVALS
and de patttires for tho 21 hours ending at 0
. tu. last evening:
Qulckstop Evonsvlllo
Sam J. Ual Now Orloana
Illinol .Columbus
Ooal Hill at Louis
Tyrono Noahvlllo
Gon Anderaon St. Louis
Liberty No 4 St. Louia
Judgo Maker Ohio river
John A Seuddor St. Iuls
Idlowild Kvanavilio
Jesslo Louisville
Fall's l'ilot Louisville
J D Parker Memphis
St. Joseph Momplna
Arkansas Belle Kvanavilio
DKI'AIITKI),
Sam J Halo Cincincinnall
Illinois Columbus
(Juckstcp Kvanavilio
Hollo Memphis St. Louia
.loo Kinnoy St. Louis
Kavon Cincinnati
Coal Hill Pittsburg
Tyiono Nashvillo
It A Babbago St. Louis
Gon. Andorson Motroplla
Llborty No 4 , Pittsburg
Idlowild Kvanavilio
John A Scuddor Vicksburg
Jossio....; Now Orleans
Sit. Joseph St. Ivwls
Fall's Pilot Momphis
P 1 1'arkor Cincinnati
Arkansas Bello Evansvlllo
Tub Kivkm. Tho riso In tho Ohio
continues, and enrno up fully two fcot yes
terdoy. Thoro isnochango In the condition of
tho Mississippi tho cry being " Hill on a
stand."
Tho Cumborland Is roported to bo ris
ing rapidly,and big wator may booxpoctod
out of that stream.
Huinkm and Wr.ATiisn. Busincis ia
looking up, anil better limos nro antici
pate in tbo near futuro. For acvorul
days past considerable quantities of Iroight
havo arrived hero for roshlpmont
aouth.
Miscellaneous. Tho Thompson
Dan will continue bor trip to Now Or
leans, and is now adding consldurnblo
freight destinod for that port Tho
Quickstep and Idlowild, tho Evansvlllo
and Cairo packet!, brought out fair trips.
The Joo Kinnoy brought 131 bales
cotton for reshlpment cast per Cairo and
Vincennos railroad, and 35 do for St.
Louis Tho It. A. Babbago took tbo
freight of tho L'awronco, nnd a quantity
of salt belonging to tho tow of tho Kavon
to St. Louis Tho Tyrone had a largo
lot of staves which sho got
at Gooso Island for Nash
villo Tho Coal Hill and Llborty
No. ! took tows of iron oro to Pittsburg.
Tho first namod lost ono of hor barges of
oro at tho Sistors day boforo yestordsy
Sho ran it against a gravel lump and broke
it all to pieces Tbo Jcsaio had thrco
produce boats in tow which sho is taking
to Now Orloana Tho Falls' Pilot has
six barges of coal for St. Louia Tho
J. 1. l'urkor has 176 baloi of cotton for
Cincinnati. Sho passed tho Alaika at VI
o'oiock night beforo last, and found
the Kckcrt lying aJoogifdo hut had
not aucceodod in raising hor
Diver Hiram Hill camo down on tho
Quickstep yostorday, having finished, tho
removal of tho machinery from tho sun
ken Hero to the bank, whero it now lies
and ia for aale, on rcasonablo terms. It is
In good condition Cnpt. J. M. Chen-
nowoth arrivod yostorday with a bargo
containing tho furnituro and outfit of tho
sunken Probasco. Tho wator has risen
until it is two feet doep on tho larboard
sido, and six feet on tho starboard sido.
Her chimneys havo not yet gono ovor
board, but stand at nn anglo of about CO
dogrnes. Hor cabin will probably flout olf
in a day or two Tho St. Joroph has
350 baled of cotton for St. Louis.
A CAltD.
I tako this opportunity to inform tho
citizens or Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will rosurao my practice In tho city
or Cairo on or about tho lat or December.
9-ao-tr. P. L. Williams, Dontist.
FOlt SALE.
Two Battorles of two Boilers, each 24
fcot long, -2 inch Dram, 2 14 inch Fluoa
with flro rronls. Mud nnd Stoam drums
Safety and Mud valvos, Chimnoy and
Britchin. all comnloto and In first-claas
ordort; boon used only throo montha. For
price, etc., Inquire oi J. T. Kbsxib,
0-38-tf. Vulcan Iron works
A GAUD.
A clorgyman, whilo residing tn South
America as a missionary, dlacovorod a
auto and simplo remedy for tho euro of
nervous woakness, early docay, diseases of
tho urinary and seminal organs, and tho
wholo train of dlsordors brought on by
Imnoful and vicious habits. Great num
bers havo boon curod by thisnobloromedy.
Proinptod by a dcHlro to benefit tho nt
Uictod and unfortunate, I will send tho
rocoipt tor preparing nnd using thia mod-
lcine in a sealod cnvulopo, to anyone who
neoda i,ree of ehinj. Addrcsa
Jonitru T, Iwma,
Station D, Bible House, Now York.
August 26, 1 yr
P, Fitzgerald at hie rooms, cornor
Fourteenth etroot and Commorcial avo-
nuo, offers for salo Guinnesa1 Portor &
Buss' alua and puro llonnesay brandy,
and tho gonuino Ar.goaturo blttors, all
flret-class cbolora euros. Try thorn
7-17 tf
ohn Q. Ilarman. Cbas. Thrupp
john q. iiahman & co.,
IREI-AJLj estate
AND
HOTJSIO A-Ca-BlsTTS
flOLLEOTOKS
OONVKYANOKKS,
NOTAKIES l'UBLIO
And Land Agents of tho Illinois Cent r
anil liurlington unu siiaauun iiauruau uvui'
panlos.
Norlta Uor. f flSh It. and Olslo Lavst
Oaibo, Illikqis.
WILLIAM 11. BM1TU, M.D.
OEH!
EHIUKNUK No. SI Thirtssnth strsst, b
twsan waaniDRwaavMiusua nmuinni
US VWSBSBSfOSI HM1
SPECIAL NOTICES.
PIANO FOU BALK.-Enqulro at No. 160
Washington avcuue. ll-2.nl
FOHHAIiK-Ata bargain. A bcautifnl
milliter, wnlnnt Inn. 1H feeL Innir. Knntllrn
cornor Thirteenth and Walnut trnet, oral
Tiik Bulletin bindery. 11-20 2w
JUST received and for salo, 200 boxes ol
very Una cream chceao nt 14 cents per pound
wholesale, by 0, M, Al.UKM .V Co.
U-21 lw
NOTICE. 1 take this method of Inlorm
Ing the publlo th.it 1 hnvo returned to tho
city, an.l nm now prepared lo till orders for
photographs nt my Gallery, corner ol
Eighth street nnd Commercial avenue
J. J.THOMAH,
ZUPIIYK3 CHEAP
at
Phillips and BrigeV,
Corner Tenth nnd Commorcial.
11-20 lm
NOTICE On and niter Monday, Novem
ber 3, and through tho winter, n warm lunch
will be pproad nt tho Thalia saloon, opposite
Tiik Buli.ktix oidco, at 10 o'clock u.m.,
everyday. All tho delicacies of tho scatnn.
1M lm A. Jai:cki:l, Proprietor.
SALE OF UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE.
All baggage held lor cburgOH at thu .St.
Charles hotel, and unclaimed pruslous to
that date, will ho sold at public auction on
Friday tho 20th day ol December, at 10
o'clock a.m., a. Uartman's auction room.
11-25 30d F. D. UKxroiti), Proprietor.
NOTICE Using dotcrrnlncd to close my
builnci house, 1 shall from and after this
dato, sell for jash only. All persons In
debted to mo are respectfully tcqucntcd to
clopo their accounts immediately, Charles
D. Arter Is hereby empowered to collect,
rocnlc, nnd receipt all clalmi duo me.
1). AUTl'.U,
FRED. STITCH Ell has purchased tho
barbershop of Geo. Kcinfng, who retires
for the benelit of his health. The shop is
located on Commercial avenue, between
Seventeenth nnd Eighteenth idroctH, and lU
new proprietor Is determined to mako It
tirst-clasi In every particular. He invites
public patronage. 10-20 lm
WANTED l'lto tons of dry corn husks
Inhales or sacks, (ormattross making, deliv
ered at G. W. Hick's Uctory, oiqioMto
Greenfield's rcrry.on tho MUsissippi lovco
tSTHusk bed, tilled at tho tdiop. Tho best
and cheapest mattresses nnd pillows ever
ollcrcd In this market, for salo at G. V,
Whltlock's, corner Tenth street and Wash
lugton avenuo. ll.W lm
MRS. MATT IE SOWELL, halrdrcn-er
and dealer In all kinds of human hair,
switches, curls, li.etteK, brslds, etc, tales
this method ol Informing her friends ami
tho public generally, that she has: removed
her store Irom W'nshlngton to Commercial
avenuo, between Ninth und Tenth streets,
whero sho will bo pleased to welcome nil
her old Irrcnds and customers. Mrs. Sowell
has odded larOely to her ttock of lino
wttr.Uon, curls, etc., and will sell as low as
any dealer In the city. 11-22 lw
WHAT IH SALKKATUS T b'alerulus I,
tho salts of Icy and carbonic ncld gas : How
much salts or toy und carbonic acid gas ono
can bear, und remain healthy is u question
(or a salcratus cater. Some peoplo say
saleratus will not harm tho stomach. It la a
ley. Tho only safe wholosomo material for
dally uso In making your bread, biscuits,
pastry, etc., Is Dr. Prlco's Cream Baking
Powder, which contains no substance hut
that thu stomach needs to keep It healthy.
And his Spocial Flavoring, Vanilla, Nocta
rlnc, otc, nro tho best nud purest mado
11-20 d.fcw lw
AUltOKA OIL.
As thcrohasbeon offered In this market
an Inferloa quality of oil, under the name
of Aurora oil, I deem ll necessary to stato
that I am cola proprietor ol thu above nnmud
oil In this county, and shall procciito any
infringement on tnc patent rigni.
11-2.1 tf. It. F. Parkku.
KING OF THE BLOOD.
VOIt SALT RHKl'M, KltUITIONS, hCALI
UlSAIl.t, K'IC.
Cask, I havo been troubled for thu last
thirty years with salt rheum on my hands,
Thoy havo been so at times that I havoboen
unablo to uso them for nny purposo fur
which they woro intended. 1 was advised
by a friend of initio, who had used tho K.
ol tho II., to try it. I did ho, Havo used
soven bottles, and to all appearances my
hands arc well. Thoy look und leel us
though an entirely now skin hud been formed.
11, L. HULltKIlT,
Druggist, 41 South street, Uticu.
See advertisement In another column.
AUCTION SALE,
Every afternoon at two o'clock nt
ray salesroom, and every night
during this week, ut 111 Commercial
uvonuo, I will olferto tho trado a largo as
sortment ot hoots, shoes, ladles' falters,
children's fhoes, hats, socks, dry goods,
plcco goodn, ink, scissors, paper, coiiaii,
rllilinni. buttons, thread cusps, pencil-'.
combs, ono alarm money drawer, kid gloves,
gent's buck gloves and many oilier urnucj
too numerous to mention.
Hcmeinbcr roKular Balos of lurmturn
overy Saturday morning at 10 o'clock, n,ui.
ll-2C-0t Louis Myuiis, Auctioneer.
Mil. FEED. WINTEItBEIlG has Just re
turned Irom St. Louis, where ho purchased
as tine n stock ol tho various grades of line
icathor as was over brought to this city, aud
proposes to work it.Into boots and shoes lor
his customers. Ho makes lluu hoots u spe
ciality, and Is contidout of ids ability to enpu
with nny boot .maker In this city in thle lino
ol work. Ho employs none, but tho best
workmen, and as n consequence turns out
only tlrnt class work, Whilo in St, Louis lio
visited all tho principal shops and secured
patents ol all tho latest styles and improve
ments, nud will givo his customers tho ben
efit of them. Work dono promptly nnd on
short notlco. All work warranted, 11-20 lOt
VEltY LATEST-TAKE NOTICE.
After January 1st wo expect to deal ex
clusively in gcntlomou's clothing and gent's
furnishing goods, nnd having on hand a largo
and woll nss&rtod stock or (all and winter dry
goods, uotlous, etc., etc, Which wo desiro to
close out ontirely, wo take this method to
Informjho public that wo ahull, alter Nov
ember Ut.fell all goods In our sturo In the
dry good line, at first cost. All ourcoods
wcro bought at the lowest inarkot prlco.and
arc fresh and suitable for this season. Those
wishing to obtain good bargains should
cull ou us bcloro purchasing elsewhere.
Blum & ansom,
No, 142 Commorcial avenuo, botwciuiJ,
IF you want bargains go to II.trtinnn'n.
Latest stylo hats f 1 CO, Country knit socks
S3 cents n pair. A complcto suit for Jo 00.
All wool delaines 17i cents, Extra heavy
blankets ft M.
SPECIAL NOTICES-
Ml
KIILERS,
Boot nnd shoo maker, Ttvon h street, bo
tweon Washington avenuo and Poplar
street, Is proparcd to make boots nnd shoes
In tho latest and most lashlonablo styles.
Ho will mnko thorn to order, old or now
stylos to suit customers, out of tho best and
freshest stock, or which ho always has ,a
good supply on hand from which to mako
selections. All flttliiL- ot boots nnd shoes
mtdo by Mr, Elders la dsno In his own shop
no forolgn fitting beln .used by him.
Givo him a call, ond ho will give yoir satis
faction.
UEMOVAIr-DU. B, C. TAHEll
Il.is removed his olllce Into tho scconil
story of Itlscr'sbtiildlng.corncr Eighth street
nnd. Commercial nvemto, Cairo, Illinois,
whero ho will continue to treat nil Chronic
dloaic, with tho most approved methods
known to modern science, including Elec
tricity, ror many nervous complaint", rhcu
matlm, deafness cpllcpsoy, pralysl", tumors
nnd.cansers. Ulcers ol nil kinds healed more
stfely than by nny other method. Tho in
halation of tnodicateil vapors Is an Important
auxiliary In tho treatment of tho nlr pass
ages, Including Inclpint stages of consump
tion, All diseases peculiar to
women, nnd nil dliUciiltlcs ol tho (lenlto-
Uronary system, carefully and confidently
treated; and, when at nil practicable, nta
distance by letter, Tho numerous coin-
phlnt or this climate, resulting from
MALAItlAL POISONING,
Can often bo treated nt a dhtatico ami
medicines sent by express. Consultation
tree In all cans, and charge lor treatment
moderate.
In treating this class ol iomplaint-, It le
noccs-ary to bear In mind that patience is
required on tho p irl of tho patient an well
as with tho physician. It Is not because of
tho want of knowlodgo that so many do not
siiccood with tliobe complaints ns a want ol
carotid and continued application ot tho
remedies, and tho Judicious changes which
thu )stcm requires when a remedy be
comes Inert from habit. Through nuexten
slvo practice ol more than thirty years, I
havo learned tho luostlmablc value of pa
tience. OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief for young men Irom tho ef
fects ol crron nnd abuses in early llfo. Man
hood restored. Impediments to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. New
ami romarkablQ remedies, llonks and cir
mlarn sent free, In sealed envelope. Ad
ilres", Howard Association. No. 5 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, l'a. an institu
tion having n hlch reputation for honorable
conduct and professional skill. 10-2!) d.tw3m
Cnc llr. Jlcnry'snWortd'n Tolc nnd
IIIikmI liirlUer
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
isk?, yet potent for the prevention and euro ut
lisrnses. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
:iuchu or Sarsaparilla, Sold by Druggists
Dr. IIcnrj'H Itoot nml l'lnnt Plllv
UIU1 yet Uiorongh no nausea orp'lpln? n-
tln ly vcffetAblo rcat 1 Ivtr remedy, liter S3
tents . Hold by Druggists .
Hint. YTliUeoniti'sj Nyrnp.
Tha frrtat toothing remedy, l'rico orCy SS
tents, atvea rest to tha mother and health to
tho child Bold by Druggists.
JKnrriafio Gnliln.
Tnlirrstlnf Work, Knlarcd Edition, New
tnrarJiifin, Two-faundred ami sixty ruart,
frlee SO conts. Address Dn. Bens' Ptsrrtt
Ur, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louts, Lo.
AdvutUsracnt.
Ceutniir Lliilmeiits
Tho fircat discovery of tho
ni:o. There isno iialu which
tho Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, no swelling which It
wtllnot subline, and no lame
ness which It will not cure.
This Is strong langnat'c. hut
if la trim. II Irf nn hmnlini,-
KHUfpsc tho rcclpo l printed urouml
each boltlo. A circular containing certifi
cates or wondcrlul cures ot rheumatism
nuurulirlu. lock-Jaw, sprains', swelling,
burin, scalds, cakod-liroasts, poisonous
bites, fre.on leet, u'out, salt rheum, eur-acho
:o., una tno rcclpo ot mo i.immeiu win no
sent gratis to nnyone. u is tno most, won
ikrful healing und vtn relieving agent tho
world ha overproduced. 1 1 foils as no nr-tli.-lo
over before did sell, nnd it soils becauso
It doosjust what It protends to do. Unohot
tlo of thu Centaur Liniment for animals
fvollow wrumtcr) Is worth u hundred dol-
lars for spavined, strained or galled horses
ami mules, and lor screw-worm in sheep.
?io lamuy or stocK-ownor cun uuoru io no
without Centaur Liniment, l'rico, 60 cents;
largo bottles, -01. J, B. Hose ii Co,, M
Hroauway, ew oik,
OASTOUIA Is moro than n substitute lor
Castor Oil. It Is tho only hai'k nrilclo In
oxistenco which Is suro to regulate tho bow
els, euro wlndcolio und prodiico natural
sleep, it Ispleasant to tako, Children need
not cry and mothers may sleep. 10-7 wly
IT IS 2STOT TITJH
THAT
DR. HULTZ
13 DEAD.
nr. in num. i.ivista and in caiiio
Hlsofiloo and dispensary at
NO. 2:2 HIGTII STUKUT,
Hot, Commorcial and Washington nventies
It Is true, tlio doctor Is ono of tho oldest
physicians of tho place, and his diploma,
mat uantrs in ins muiv, snows uiai uu uas
been :ii ours In the prolession. He Is doing
a larger olllce practice than any other phy
sician, treating nil kinds ol chronic diseases
ol tho human system, such as old ulcers, -aud
all diseases ol the skin, humors nud blood
pnions; also diseases oi tno tnroat; also
uu uisuim-s ui lliu eyes ui tuiiib si.iuiliii :
also artificial eyes iuertcu; fistula cured
wituuui tnc use oi a utiiiu , cancers cureu
by tho aiqillcatiou of medicines; pimples on
tho face removed : all urinary diseases
cured j all forms of venereal and private
diseases cureu in tno suortesi tinio ; semiu
weakness and self-abuse cured In u shor
tliuo.
It Is self-evident that a physician treating
cases for twenty-two yuars acquired great
skill.
All consultations confldcutlcal, In person
or by Uttea,
All medicines furnishod nt olllce In ""
casus, H-23 tl'.l Dn. I)Avlilit'i.TA.
1.U5IIIK1.
WHITE COLLAIU'LANINU MILL
N WAI.TI.UN, I'roprteloc,
IIIALBal ,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AHII
LATH, BUINOLES, OEDAH POSTS
DOOUS, HASH, UL1NU3
OUDKlta SOLICITED.
Btbamhoat Lumdrii,
Vuroiotiei on Bhortost nolle.
(Jommorclnl uvonuo, botwoon Tontu anil
Kluvonth atroott
oaieoi iiiLXisroiar
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS
Prospect ns for Y87i-SmHlTvAn
THE ALjDINE. ,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
ii'mltted to no tno handsomest period-
. mo troriu. a representative '
and champion of Amorlcan tasto.
Not ron Sale in Book on Newa STons
Tho Aldlno, whilo ksticd with nll'tho reg
ularlty, has none of tho temporary or tlms
ly lutercst characteristic rrrhrTrfTra
oilfc.tN. It In an clPirant mlsccllaay of iniro
lli'llt fthil LT.l(pftll lltvrtittirn nml n.-r,IUrt
tlon ol pictures, tho rarest spoclmcn of jr- I
ubu.; Kin, m macs and winte. Although
tach succeeding nuinbor nll'nrils a fresh
pleasure to its friends, tho real valuo and
beauty of Tho Aldlno will ho most appreci
ated alter it has been bound up at tbo closn
ot the year. Whilo other putstlcatloni may
claim superior cheapness, m compared with
rivals of ,i similar clasv, tho Aldlno la an tin
Iqito and original conception alono and un
approached absolutely without conception
In prlco or character.
AUT DEPAKTMENT, 1874,
Tho Illustrations of tho Aldlno havo won
a world-wide reputation, nnd in the art cen
tres ol Eurnpo It is an admitted fact that
Its wood cuts aro examples or tho hlghost
pcrlectlon over attained, Tho common
prejudice in favor ol "steel plates," Is rap
Idly yielding to n mors educated nnd dis
criminating tasto which recognizes tho ad
vantages tho advantages of superior artistic
quality with greater facility of production.
Tim fillnrlprtv fltitmt tilafoafAr iATA ..-111 I,
lit- 'l'lin Mnrnn sti.l I II U'nn.lr...l
Tho Christmas intio lor 1S74 will contain
special designs appropriate to tbo season,
liV ntir beitt nrttstn. .and u-ltt Hitma.4 In nt.
tractions any of its predecessors.
PKEMIUMS FOK1871.
Every subscriber to tho Aldlno for the
year lh"4 will recolvu n pair of chromos,
Tho original pictures wcro painted In oil lor
tho publishers of tho Aldine, by Thomas
.iior.au, niioso greni uoioruuo picturn was
nurchisoil by enm-ross ror ten thousand
dollars. Tho subjects were chosen tn rep
resent ten thousand dollars, q'ho subjects
wero chosen to represent "The East" und
"Tho West." Ono Is u low In thu Whlto
Mountains, .0v Hampshire ; tho other
gives the Cliffs of Green river, Wyoming
territory. Tho chromos nro unch worked
trom thirty distinct plates, nnd aro (n tlzo
d'.'xlC) and appearance exact fac-tlmllo ol
the original?.
Newark, N. .1 , Sept. 20, l-s7J.
Messrs. James Sutton A: Co. :
Gkntlkmhn I am delighted with tho
proofs in color ol your chromo". They are
wondotlully Micecestul representations: by
mechanical process or tho orUrlnal paintings.
Very aspicltully, Tno.s. .Mohan.
l'ncse chromos arc In every senso Ameri
can. They uro by an orlual Amciicun pro
cess, with material ol American manufac
ture, irom uesiuns oi American scenery oy
an American palntor, and presented to sub
sciibers to tho first successful American
Art Journal. It no heller becaum nt all
this, thoy will certainly possess an Interest
no foreign production can inspire, and nei
ther aro they any tho worse if by reason ol
peculiar facilities or production thoy cost
me punusncrs oniy a trine, wnitu equal in
every respect toother chromos that are sold
singly Tor doubb tho subscription price ol
tno Amino.
If anv subscriber should indicate a pre
ference for a figure subject, tho pabllshcrs
will send "Tliougnts oi Home" a new ami
bcntiful chromo, 11x20 Inches, repiescnting
a little Italian exile whoso speaking eyes
betray tho longings ol his heart.
TEEM3
$&psr annum, in advnnco, with Oil Chro
mos froo.
For f50 cents ltxTiu, tho chromos,
mounted, varnished, nnd prepaid by mail.
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only by subscription. Thero will no bo re
duced or club rate ; cash for subscriptions
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cusos whero tho certificate Is given, bearing
tho f.iclmllosiguaturo of James Sutton & Co.
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