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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER. 4, 1873
r'OUHAI.K.-Ata bargain. A beuutlfnl
counter, whIiiuI tup, H fret lotitf. Kii'iulre
toincr Thirteenth and Wilnut itrect, or at
Tiik liiu.iniN bindery. 11-20 yv
WI.EWll.O MILt.3-lOUSAi.i: OIIKAP.
'lliB abotc mills, all Id goo J runiilug order,
will be sold vrjr cheep on city term. Ap
ply on the premises, il, 1), Uu.smt.
Phillips and IlrifJ.',
Corner Tenth uud Commercial.
OTIUK I take till luollied of lnlorm
luj the public that 1 have returned lo the
lit)', mi. I nut How prepared to till onleri fur
photographs at my (Sullery, comer ol
Klghth street uud Commercial avenue.
J. J. THOMAS,
N'OTICIJ Ou uud utter Monday, .Novum-
tier 8, and through the whiter, a warm lunch
III be spread ul tliu TbulU saloon, opposite
I nk; llui.t.itri.v olllce, at 10 o'clock a.m.,
i verydty. All the ilollc aclen of the scuion.
lm A. Jakckki,, 1'roprletoi.
iHAl.tiOK liNOI.AIMKI) HACK! AUK.
K 1 1 haiuraue held lor eturi'cn at tliu .St.
I ballet hotel, and unclaimed pruvlom to
iitdatv, Witt bo sold at public auction on
rlday the ViOtli day of December, at 10
(.lock a.m., k. Ilartuun'n auction room.
Ill-ia W)'l r . I. KKSfoitu, Proprietor.
In'OI'H.K Uilii determined to dote my
Line house, 1 uliill from and niter tlili
Ite, tell for :ah only. All persona In
bted to me arc reupcutfully tt'jueited to
lie Lhelr accounts Immediately. Cliarlea
Alter ! hereby empowered to collect,
cite, and receipt alt claim due tne.
K'ANTKI) Five tons ol dry corn buika
Lilei or tack, lor mattress making, deliv-
II at O. W. Hlck'a factory, opposite
lenrteld'i ferry, on the Mlitailppt levee
riluik beds tilled at tho ihop. The bait
I cheapest inattrfMct ami pillow ever
cdln this market, for ealo at O. W.
Itlock'w, corner Tenth street and Wash
in avenue. ll-U lm
L'raud ball will be given atScheele's
Itereuber ISth, by Cooper t'ulon No. 0
InoU. AJmlitlou ono dollar. Every,
umlttie of arrangements,
h. O. NKil.Y,
C. II. MCltDUCR,
co-partnerhlp heretofore psUtlngbe-
Jai. K. I.ane ami Joteph Steadier,
Ithc firm immo of Steadier & Lane, la
ly dissolved by mutual concent, .Mr.
i Steadier retiring from the lirm. Mr.
kill continue to carry on the burlnes
Lild stand, corner of .Sixth street and
i rchl avmue. J ah. K. I.ane,
lo, XoV.ill), 1373. 3t.
kiartnershlp heretofore existing be
Itie uudcralKOtd under tho name and
Ajcra 4: Co., Is tbll day dUtohed by
consent of the parties. Pmom In
fo the lata tlrm will make pajmcnt
lAyurs, who alone Is authorized to
Ior same. Tho business will be car
y S. D. Ayers under the t)Ic of the
S. I). Aybkh,
Ills., December 1, 1373. d-lw-wlm
IKINU OK THE 1II.OOD.
Itch it caused by a disordered and
I.lver, produced by mlaswutlo pol
i the system. The Klnu ot the
i ai a stimulating alternative upon
lnd of the body, especially upon
(which It aglMdular body) and
leloie, by correcting tho secretions
- tho l.lver, remove In a short tlmo
Llesoine and loathsome disease.
lertlaement In another column.
1ATTIK BOYVEI.L, hairdresser
Ir In all kinds of human hair,
lurls, (Uottes. braids, etc., takes
Id ol Informing her friends and
Igeuerally. that flic hat removed
torn Washington to Commercial
Itwecu Ninth and Tenth streets,
I will be pleased to welcome all
Indi aud customer. Mrs. Sowell
largely to her stock of fine
lirls, etc., and will tell aa low aa
kn tho city. U.gilw
-Notlco Is hereby given that the
k Walea Kerr, waa this day
Iy mutual consent, Mr. K. U.
in. The buslucss of tho old
lettleil by their aucceai'ors, Kerr
to., who atlll contlmiu themanu-
ke ami tool handles ot an Kinus.
II.sos K. Kkur,
Thomas V, KKitn,
KuwiN C. Walks.
111., November 25, 187:1. lKWlt
IV TO HOUSEKKKl'KIU.
i'rlcc'a Flavorings, Vanlllu,
llarinc, Almond, Hose, Clove
Itt'used lor flavoring Ice cream,
etc., and you will observe
pericct in purity, superior
I bottles contain moru than oth-
lino (ii.nutlty. We aasuro you
miuul to hH Cream llakiug
Ih uo family that once have In
rial will prove what we lay to
IWINTKUUEUO baa Just re.
i. Louis, where bo purchased
lot the various grades of line
lever brought to this city, and
Irk It Into boots and shoes lor
He makes lino boots a spc-
lonfident of his ability to cope
naker In this city In this line
Employs none but the best
las a consequence turns out
Ivork. While In St. Louis he
Irinclpal shops uud secured
bo latest styles and Improve-
I give lilt sustoraers the bon-
irot k done promptly and on
Il work warranted. 11-20 10 1
liaker,Twen h street, bo-
Iton avenuo and l'oplar
lid to make boots itnu shoes
Id most fashionable style?.
Iiem to order, old or new
toiners, out of' tho best aud
of which he uiwuys has
laud from which to inuko
Iflltlng of boots and shoes
lm Is done In his own hhop
Itlng being used by hlro
knd hu will give you satis
liltt soap, Urge cakes,
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
Cul. H. W. Tatlok Is in NovYork.
It sad lluder llros., locals In to-day's
, (Jhivkenr, Hvo and dreiiud, aro plenty
at rcstonablo prices In this city.
Tub European hotol, Hary Walker
proprietor, li o,ion at all hours of thn
Attkntio.V It called to tbu local of I..
It. Myort, auctloncor, to bo fuucil in this
m s in ii
I'oLtcE Maiiihtbatr IIiki left for Do
troit, Miclilgnn, this niortilii. Ho will
bo absent for toveral iluyi.
Tub card of Dr. A. jn.oo will Lo
found under the head of nuw aJvi-rtlei-tucntt
In lh!t mornin;'s llt'LLvrix,
Mil. M, 1). (ji'isTKh, utlort to iH tho
Idlewlld (;orn mills at a bargain. See
notlco undur head of specinl notlco.
lr it said steam will be raised on the
now transfer boat II. H. McComb to-day,
for lb purpose of making u trial trip.
IT it laid a uw brick buiineit house
111 soon bo in coursn of erection nn tho
loti between The Bulletin ollicn and the
rssideuce of Dr. (iorJon.
CouNTr Court it still in itniuu, and
will probably continue for some days to
co mo. The tlmo or itie court yettedar
wat taken up In the 'examination of bills.
Katukb .auei., for many years pastor
of at. Patrick's church, East lit. Louis,
bas arrived in this city to till the vacancy
ccailoned by tbo removal of .Father
The largest slock of silver and plated
ware; silver and plated spoons, knives
&c, ever brought lo Cairo, can be found
at K. & W. Uuder's, corner Kighth street
and Washington avenue. l-4td
Thk sidewalk on Washington avenue,
between Ninth street and the city brew
ory it in a deplorable condition. After
the rain yesterday water settled under the
wait, raising it at least six Inches from
A lauoi and complete stock of dry
goods, clothing, louts and shoes and crock
cry at panic prices. Also the largest as
sortment of holliday toys and fancy goodi.
Call and sea before purchasing oltuwhcro,
atllartman'i. 11-2'J tf
Tub ball, in aid of the Gorman tcbool,
and which was postponed last week, will
come ofl' next Monday evening atScbeel'i
Hall. Tho purpoto of tie ball il a good
one, and deitrvts tbo encouragement of
all our cilUeni.
For persons were tried In Bird's po
lice court yesterday. Two for drunken
ness, one for disorderly conduct, and one
fur abusive language. The usual final in
such cases were imposed. Oae or two of
the victims were sent to the city jail.
Tits heavy rain of yesterday caused a
bad kreak in the I.eveu gravel road be
tween the cornir of Tenth street and Su
isnka's saloon. Atout twonty feet in
length and Ive in width of the road
'caved in," lodging under the sidewalk-
Mant of the St. Louis and Memplili
packet company's boats aro going t0
Mound City to lay up fcr the winter.
Though the Mlitltiippl has given no signs
of freezing up, the water in that stream
ii so low as to mako it next to impossible
for boats to traverse It.
Awosa the prominent arrivals in city
yesterday, were Supt. Mitchell and Cept.
W. P. (Johnaon of tbe Illinois Central,
and Gen. H. D. Jrrost and others of the
Mississippi Central railroads, l'reiident
Newell, ef tbe Illinois Central, and Mr.
Osborne, of New York, were expected to
arrive tbii morning.
Tn a storm knocked the wind out of
things generally. A largo glass door be
longing to Harry Walker was disolved in
an airy way, as also a tbuw-window In
Mrt. McUoe's millinery shop, 'Tie said
that our brother of the 'Lovee Luminary,',
wai up-iot In a deipsrale effort to hold an
umbrella in one hand and balance a plate
of butter in the othor.
Tub murdoreri lirecr.4 and Diltz, hav
ing ebtalned a change of vonue to John
son county, were taken to Vienna by Sher
iff Irvin on Monday last. The trial of
tbe tatter will commonce on Monday
next, aud that of Breeze on Thursday
following. Ex-Uovernor Dougherty will
appear In dsfeuie of Dlltr; and Judgo
W. U. Oreen, and 8. 1. Wheoler, Esq., of
tliis city, for Broer.e.
To-DAT at 2 o'clock, at the court-houio,
Mr. John Q. Herman will oiler for tale at
public auction the lot and building on
Ohio leveo, lately o:cupiod by D. Hurd &
Son. The terms of sale aro one-half cash
in hand and tbo balance in one and two
years. As a business stand there is no
hotter in tbo city. Tho property will be
sold without reierve to tbo highest bid
der. Mr. J. Bu no Eli, tho dry goodi mer
chant, will in the course of a few days
move bis stock of goods to tho now store
room lilted up expressly for him at the
cornor of Ninth street and Commercial
avenue. On going Into this new placo of
business Mr. Burger will open a large and
entirely new stock of goods probably
tho largest in tbo city, and offer induct
merits rarely to bo obtelnod in this mar
ket. At tub election for officers of Cairo
Cominandry No. 13, K. T., hold last Mon
day uvonlng, tbe following ofllcors wero
elected to servo for tbe oniulng Templar
year: C. W.'.Dunnlng,EralnentComii)n.
tier; L. It. .Torgenson, Generalissimo; V.
W. Barclay, Captain-General; IT, Ward
nor, Prelate) E. C. Ubl, Senior Warden ;
James A. I'hlllii, Junior Warden ; John
Aatrlm, Treasurer; J. ,1, Wilcox, ltu-
corder; C. Winston, Btanckrd I)
Oukiktmas will soon be at hand, and
people aro commencing- to think what
proients they want for thair wlvoi, pa
rents, children, friends, etc. If any una
can't mako up hit mind, wo would advise
our friends to call at E. & W. Uuder's
jewelry store, cornor of Eighth ttreot and
Washington avenc, and they will bo suro
to find something to suit, for they aro
receiving new goods dally -specially
adapted for tho holiday trado. From tho
finest watches and sets of Jowelry to the
smallest children's ear-rings. Tbe same
in rings. The finest tea sots, pitchors,
castors, butterdishes, &c, to tbe smallest
teaspoon. Ornamental and plain clocks,
gold, silver and Ivory headed canos, and
many othnr articlei too numerous to men
Tuu 'Little Cum-onAi.' comos to. ui
this month with a tablo nf contents as
cbice and as rich ai r-'anta Clans' pack at
Christmas tlmo. No purcnt can Invest a
duilnr and a half, ai a Christmas present to
his children, to better advantage, than to
give thorn this beautiful magazine tor a
whole year. Tho cbromo "Writing to
l'apa," which Is given free to every tub
icriber, li alone worth double tho sub
scription prlco of the magazine. Now
subscribers for next year receive the No
vember and Decomler cumbers of this
year frco if they subscribe now. Terms
41 uO n year and n chromo frco. Address
Joum B, Millvk, publisher, Chicago.
The December number of the 'Eclectic'
is at hand, and is filled, as usual, with
good things suited to overy taile, and es
pecially to cuch taitei as liko a littlo solid
food includod in their monthly menage.
This number is tho doling ono of tbe year,
and of the volume, and its appearanco re
minds roadots that tho time has como to
send in next year's subscriptions. Tbo
Eclectic' was never better than it is now,
and novor filled so exactly tbo require
ment! of a family msgazino. It ii a peri
odical which the most rullvated 'pator
familios' will find profitable tocousult,and
which cannot fail to carry an educating
influence into overy household that it pen
etrates. The new volume begins next
month, and we commend it to our readers
as a magazine which can bo relied on
from year to year.
Published by E. It. Pelton, 108 Fulton
street. New York. Termi, $1 a year; two
copici, t9. Singlo number 45 cents.
1 tako tbii opportunity to inform tbe
citizens of Cairo and surrounding country,
that I will resume my practice in tho city
of Cairo on or about the 1st of Decomber.
'J-30-tf. P. L. Williaub, Dentist.
MAN UFACTUKING JEWELK KS.
Any one wishing something made in the
jowelry linn for the holidays will please
send in their ordori as soon as possible to
E. Sc W. Uuder, manfacturing jewelorii
corner of Elgnth street and Washington
Two Batteries or two Boilers, each '.'4
feet long, 2 inch Dfktn, 'J 14 inch Flues
with fire fronti. Mud and Steam drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britcbin, all completo and in firit-clasi
order; been used only three months. For
price, etc., inquire oi J. T. Benkie,
9-28-tf. -Vulean Iron Works
IMPORTANT BEAL ESTATE SALE.
At theeourt bouie, to-day at '2 o'clock
p.m., I will i ell to tbe highest bidder,
without reserve, tho lot and building for
merly occupied by D. IIurd,ln the Spring
field block, Ohio levee. Terms Ono-balf
oath, balance in one and two yean. No.
postponement. J. Q. Uakmak,
Maner in Chancery.
Die. 3, 1S73. It.
PIANOS AND OBGANS.
The only place whore such instruments
are kept in stock in Southern Ilinoii, Ii at
K. A W. Duder'i, corner Eighth street
and Washington avenus. They keep the
celebrated Win. Knaba piano, used by
tbo moit prominent muiiciani. The
Bauer piano and organ, alio the celebra
ted Vogel and Hughes organs. Any
one wishing to surprise his family with
such an instrument would do well by call
ing at Budor's, as they will makes rales
and tormimore liberal than dealers of the
kind in largo cities. l'.Mtd
LATEST NEWS FBOM C U B A.
Juil receivod at Myers1, No. Ill Com
mercial avenue, a large lot of dry goods,
cemiiting of 10 dozen reversible Ottlman
shawli, 4 dozen brooba, 4 dozen Ottiraan
striped ibawlt, black ompreu cloth, Japa
nese silks, illk poplins, ladies' kid gauat
lets,latost stylo ; gent's gloves aud hotiory,
10 dozen folt skirts ; red, white and grey
flinnels. boots and shoes, Jsani, satinets,
napkins, towelt and table lihnon. Prints
at 7c per lyard, and notions of all kinds
at panic prices. Auction salo overy nlgbt.
Private sale during tho day, Auction
sale for ladies evory Saturday afternoon
at - o'clock. Salo of furniture every
Saturday morning at 10 o'clock.
12-4-tf J.ouis II. Mtbrh, Auctioneer,
A clergyman, while residing in South
America as a missionary, diicoverel a
sate and simple remedy for tbe enre of
nervous weakness, early decay, diieuos of
the urinary and seminal organs, and tho
whole train of disorders brought on by
banoful and vicious habits. Great num
bers have boon cured by this noble remedy.
Prompted by a desire to benefit tbe at
Dieted and unfortunato, I will send tbo
receipt tor preparing and using this mod
Icine in a sealed envelope, to anyone wbu
needs it,rr of tharge. Address
Joseph T. Inuaw,
Station D, Bible Mouse, New York.
August 1 yr
TriK barber shop is on tbe cornor of
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
wbore J. Goorgo Btlcnhouso with his gen.
tlomanly assistants can bo found at any
hour of tbo day or night, teady to soothe
your feelings with a unooth sbavo, or coo
your temper and head with a good sham
poo, It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of rucoiviug first-class treatment.
Ladies' and chlldrun's balr cut or curled
after the moit approved styles, 8-15-tf
and departures for the 34 hours ending at 0
i. us. iaai evening :
Arkansas Belle Evansvlllo
Mary Alice Now Orleans
W J Lowl New Orleans
Belle Memphis Memphis
John A Wood New Orleans
St. Joseph St. Louis
Bobert Mitchell Loulsvlllo
Arkansas Bollo Evansvlllo
Creicent City Now Orloans
Fannie Lewii Bed river
W J Lewii St. Louis
Colordado St. Louii
James Howard New Orleans
Bolle MomphlSr St. Louis
Ht, Joseph Memphis
Lioneii St. Louis
Tin: BivEits. Tho Ohio river rose 16
inches in tbe 24 hours ending at C o'clock
p.m.,ytsterday. The Mississippi is still re
portod stationary at St. Louis.
Business ami Wbatubu, Thero vtsi
little or no difference Hn tho condition of
business. Tbo weather, which was disa
greeable in the extreme, probably bad
omething to do in retarding business
transactions. The wharf.was in a horri
ble condition, and it was with the greatest
difficulty that drays and teams went back
and forth over It. It rained aiore or lets
throughout tho day, and at times very
Miscellaneous. Tho Belle Memphis
had but littlo freight, and her officers were
so confident that on'asr arrival at this port
sho would be ordered to "lay up" at
Mound City, that part of her crew was
sent home on tbo Colorado. However
soon after the departure of tba Colorado,
orders wero received by the Belle Mem
phis to follow her to St. Louis.
Tho James Howard got away yesterday
with about U,100 tons, and expects to fill
Tbe Crescent City took a tow of barges
well laden with freight to New Orleans,
Tbe Arkansas Belie, brought 110 bbls
and ISO ski potatoes for resbipmenl to St.
Louii; GS bbls potatoes and 25 pkgs
liquor for the south, and 120 empty bar
rels, 4 bead of cattle and 10 tons sundrlss
The Bismarck arrived from St, Louis
yesterday evening with 1000 tons, and
was adding to her cargo at tbls'place.
The W. J. Lewis hu 144 hbds of sugar ;
41 bbls oranges ; 71 bbls pecans ; 12 cues
mustard and 23 casks wlno for ft. Louis
Capt. John P. Kiezer, president of the
Memphis and St. Louis packet line, was in
tho ally yesterday looking after the in
terest or his lino hero. Also, Capt.
Natt Green, of the Bichmond, whoby the
way would bo tbe handsomest man on the
river, "if his hair would only curl," on his
way to Now Orleans.
Tbe Mary Alice will wait tie re for the
barges of tbe Mobawk, which the Kellogg
Is bringing from St. Louis.
The St. Joseph had a good trip for
.Memphis, and made somo additions here.
Tbo Fannio Lewis added about (10 tons
bore for Bed river.
Tbe Lioness No. 'J took two barges of
coal to St. Louis. She is now towing be
tween tkls point and St. Louts in the in
terest of W. II. Brown.
The Bobert Mitchell was a little over
half laden for New Orleans, but made no
additions lo her cargo here.
The Susio Silver, Shields, master, left
St. Louis at 12 o'clock yesterday for New
The Anchor lino sent out yesterday from
St. Louis tbo Alice, Cartwrigbt, master,
for Memphis, and the Belfast, Vojrhees,
master, for Vlcksburg, at o p.m. both
first-class and tight-draught steamers.
Tbe Henry Ames, Capt. Was. Jacobs, W.
C. Aiken, clerk, left fr Now Orloans
at C p.m. last evening,
Tho St. Louis Globe ' of yesterday
contains the following :
Soundings on tho outiide of the Mem
phis wharfboat gives but flvt feet. 1'ke
SL Louii and New Orleans wharfboat is
aground, and tho fact jf tho matter is that
the harbor Is tilling up rapidly aud tba
harbor committeo must take some steps to
cure tho case or boats will not be able to
como to tbe levee at all In a short time.
The Emilia La Barge had the heaviest
freight trip on boat and barge that has
has left here for several days. Hor chief
officers aro : Capt. George Keith. Given
Hagey and Charles Olmstoad clerks, well
known and popular gentlemen.
The It. A. Babbage is having rather a
rouge lime or it. she got two of bar
barges aground opposite tba Vulcan Iron
Works, on tbe Illinois side She came up
yesterday afternoon fer a barge to lighten
them off, and for fuel, lines, etc., and will
no doubt have them off and in port this
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Full suits from $4 to $12 at Hart
man's, Heavy Under Shirts and Drawers at 60
cents each at Hartman's.
Go to Ualley's for tbo Burnett stoam
cooking voiiel. U-C-lin
Go to Ualley's for geod bargains in
ceoking aud beating stoves. 11 -0-1 in
Overcoat! Chinchilla from $7 to $0, at
CoU.niry knit locks, all wool, 35 conti
per pair, ut Hartman's. 1 1-29 tf
Foh a good iquaro meal go to Harry
-Walker's restaurant, Commercial avenue
between Seventh aud Eighth street, lm
Laiiok all-wool six-pound blankets at
4 25 per pair, at Hartman's. 11-20 tf
For uah and steam fitting go to Bon
nie's Yulcan iron works, Commercial
avenuo, fool of Ninth street 6-10-tf
Tub largest, finest and most complete
atock ever brought to Cairo, of the finest
China and Bohomian Glass ware, China
Ornament and Toilet sotts,at prices which
wo dofy competition, at Hartman's,
P. Fitzgerald at his rooms, corner
Fourteenth street nn l Comaiorclal ave
nuo, offers for sale Guinness' Porter ft
sr. vr ji-
Ii recerved for tho
"CARRY THE NEWS."
We aro the only house in tho city that took advantage of the laU
FOECED PANIC SALES.
Bought by Mr. Stuart during tho last two weoki at lorcod sMcs, tnablliiir u to toll at 25 to
80 percent, am than any other bouse In thn city.
Bcracmber that wo urn tliu only homo in tho city that hive had tho ncrvo to "pitch In."
and take advantage ot n tleiuorullzrtl dry goods market.
No old goods to work oir at war price.
JtJ-COMK AND SEE WHAT BEAD MONEY WILL 1)0 FOB YOU...j
Now (;oodi comlni; in every day,
STUART & GHOLSON,
11 2t EIGHTH STREET
CAREFULLY AND PROPERLY PREPARED.
Tho licalthfulnpsa nf tlii nrtinlo na (nn.l fnr MfW'If I fCf! III1M lintllMc
BLACK IJIHDS.TIIUUSIIKS, and
uiuuHiraicu, 10 sausiacuoii. jural not only rclisli it, but seem to improve; iu
health, in oluuiairc and in aoni'. It lini hoon tlm nim nf tbr. .nr,. ,
approach as nearly ns po.aib!o tho food
ivn iti tlmii ,p!l,l ulnln
CAUTION As much ol the bird food Fold over tho countrv, U m.nlo with an ov
more to tho chvapness than to the quality ot tho ingredient used", wo ndvhe anvonehav
tug n fclngcr they value, to purchase nono but Audubon .Mocking Bird Food.
tfir-Prepared and for sale in bottle.", aud bulk, at retail and whole
?4 OHIO LEVEE, - SIGN OFHE GOLDEN LION
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET.
(SIOXOV THK ntYST.tr. moutek)
BOOTS AXTB SHOES
WILL SELL MY
13 IXT T I 3FL 213 "3?
BOOTS AND SHOES
FOR THIRTY DAYS
AT TEN PER CENT. OFF
GAIA and SI
OITY SHOE STORE
Cr.8 th Street and Commercial Ave.
NEW A D VERT ISE MENTS
OincooverThniiH .t Urn's, grocery ftoro,
No. 131 Commercial nvenue, cornt'V Eighth
utrci't. HcuhlciU'd rofnei- Wulntlt ulul
Twcntv-llrnt streets. .
O. W. DUNNING, M. 1).
Ht-siaence, corner Ninth ami 'aluut ts.
OUloe, cornor Sixth street ami Ohio lovei
Olllce hours, from 0 a. in. to W m. anil U i.
lt7joNM, fashionablo boot and ahoc
makor. Cork aoles, Scotch bottoms, and
tho latest Improvement! In the lino of bl
buslucss. Only tho best ana must com
patont workmen omployod, and all work
warranted to be flrstcUss in svory rospoct.
Shop on Commercial avouui, ucar eoruur
of Teulh (trcpt: 10,7
Notioi li hereby glvon that I will pay
no bUU for eoodi sold to any of tho em
ployes, of Tub Caiuo nuixirriN, oltber
or thorosolves .x tor tho uso of tho otllco
unlvae the same are furnished on nn ordor
llijnad hr Mr. Hurnett or myself.
12-20-ly Jouv II. OuuiiLV.
vwx a. vw--a.ive i I J t I'tJ. IVVi'lll J
all other nott bill bird.-, lias been de-
upon which thcfc beautiful eonirsterj
.l.'jwl.a1 iiia.ii -sjaa-i j
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
lluiiiy ruiiet ior youiiff men irom tlio ct
fecta ot crrori anil abiiM'it In early life. Man
hood restored. JiuiiudiinuiiU to murrlauu
reiuovt'it. Muwmetlioilot'trcntmcnt. New
ami remarkable remedies. Hook and clr
inlaw Bent free, iu kealed (Metope. Ail
tlrcm, Howard Assoelutlun. No. 2. South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, 1'a. an Institu
tion havliiL' : IiIkU reputation for honoralilu
conduct uud professional skill. lU-'itl d.UvUm
Tkp r. llcnry'alWorld'a Tlo istid
It Is the Krvathouafholdremdr, plcasast to
tske, x'tpottntfortba prmntlon and euro of
.llsraaas. It la btttcr than Tlltttrs, Cordial,
tlm-hu or Baraaparllla, 1 Sold by Uruggtsu
lr. nenry'a Root nod Plnut Pill.
Mild yat thorough no nausea orfrlploK-0
:lrt-ly Vf Retablo- great llvtr remedy. I'rlco 15
xuts, Boldly Druggists.
Mrs. WbUcomb's Syrup.
The rreat aootblnj rtmedy. Prlco on'.y SJ
eetita . tilve rest to the mother and hcaltb to
Iha child Bold by DruggUU .