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THX . KYE3T OF THE SEAfiOX.
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bmhbUo VMM) eauuca
Or 'A MATCH ton A KINO.
FRIDAY EVENING The great society
SATURDAY Last night,
Aitnl Ml on, GO cents ai.il 7fi cent. No
extra charre for reserved sests, which can
bt securtif at D. HariniauV.
l.kft?KttKT ttUSfottC. gloves
VaKV GREATLY IMmoVEO tn lonn
V nf iha rlawa. and the mote comulcto
auaolue. -At vour mrrcnenr., or naurem
WALL HUSKING OLOVE CO .
is MM effectual a remedy
FOR FEVER & AGUE
u Ika MshaM la Um aaa doats, wblla It affect
mm Jkaatf Urn . U mora tmlatabU and wtuck cheaper.
nt sar daseripUv areolar with TttHmaniaU
V" sunnla wkiM tar trial. 25 ctota.
ittpiml by BU.LIMOB, CLA!'!1 St CO, Minufaa.
mtrug i. nil, jkwwi mm.
$1,000 PER WEEK
jtAN be made by any (mart roan who can
Keep nionuno to nimicir.
F. HEBMANN, Uobokcn, N.J.
per day at home. Terms frco.
Address GKO. STINSON & CO.,
A WEEK guaranteed to Malo and
Femalo Asenta In Uiclr locality.
Costa nothing to try It. Particu
lar free. P. O. YICKEUY & CO.,
AGENTS WANTED amn'itook
MONOPOLIES AND TUB 1-EOPLE.
Every Qrancer wanU It. Jt Is original
and genuine. 'Aadtoss, for terms, CO-OP-EHATIVE
PUB. CO., Cincinnati, St. IajuIs,
or Muscatine, low.
"VrVrtWO Ui?r Wanted to learn tele
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ccs on new lines which wo aro furnishing
with operators, at salary Irom $00 to 9100
per month. Send for circulars. Addirit
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vlUe,'VYlscoDIn.' COSTAR exterminators
AND INSECT POWDER.
For Bats, 'Mlco, Bonchcs, Ants, llcd-Bugi-,
J. V. HENRY, CUBRAN ft CO.,
SPIN!) YOUR MONEY
So that you will get It nil back In
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KImpIe In Conglrnctlon,
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And Under all Circumstances.
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012 & GU N. MAIN bTUEET.,
BT. IiODIN, Mo,
O. Tt. HEifDLRSOy, Cnlrn. Ills.
To the Editor of Tnai Bdhbtin;
Esteemed FniEitD: You wiilpleaso Jn
form your readers that I have a posltlvo
CORE FOB CONSUMPTION
and Uiat, by It ute In hit nractieB 1 ...
cured hundred, of eufJJdwiJf Jv ta
rM, to any sufferer addres.1, J
. PJeaso show UU. letter to any one j-ou mav
anow who Is suffering from these iu.m7
snd oblige, Faltbtnlly Vour,. 'e"e,
DR. T. F. BURT,
"ilium ni, At rt
AT VriLQOXg BLOCJC FOB f LOO
TIMES AS LONU. anu U'l llio iu.h-i mm
uler than anv'other busker. Made of the ""w H Sf-' fiVrywJ: IrtiKly
Ysry belt cat leather. In our tlaej, rWitJ Jit.VV 'iAStJi:y,n ' . !
.n.fi.ft hnrfd. fttmnlo " Wl"'Vi7 iiiLKi(Vft. Ai) OUoUH at vrleet in pro-
vs. aE ffljnn
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS,
FRIDAY, SEPT. 26, 1B74.
Somebody to talce irom ui a luousauu urn
heads, goou paper and finely printed, far
3.W 10 4 uv.
Ono thousand statement printed at The
Bulletin olUce tor t3.60 to 00.
hum fl f .Art a.
rtnn Ihniiaanil tiota'fcSadt rrltl'pd t Tfll
BULLETIN office fur 4.00 J two thousand lor
Htm flintliantl lintlnrft. f Aftl. finp Bristol
board, prli-tcd at -Jim Bulletin offlco lor
from 52.00 to gO'K), accoruing to size.
Great Bargains !
TO SDIT THE TIMES, AT
H ARTM aN'S.
I am nlo In receipt of n I irgo Invoico of
GnoS (1KA1N 1IIUUON 3, asortcd color,
which 1 will fell at panic price.
aiko, a lane aortment(ii laiinnu sinicr
CLOT1IINO, OHM'S' li.MlKHWB lt,
JluAISKr.TS nnd (1K11MAN illl..T3. 011
anu nco ucioro purrnabing ciDuvrucr;.
OPPOSITION MASS MEETING.
11 ALLY, DEMOOrtATSI BALLY LIB
EKALSI HALLY, EVEBYBuDY
OPPOSED TO KAD1CAL
On Monday evening, Septombcr 28th,
In tbo court-house in Cairo, lion. John
II. Oborly will roply to tbo lalo spocch of
Senator Logan. All persons who dctlro
to know the truth as conlradlttlngu.ihcd
frcm Ridical untruths, as fulminated by
Logan, should attondi
Tbo opposition central committee will
mako all needful arrangements.
Tbo Opposition County Contral Com
mittee will moot at The Bulletin of
flco Friday ovenlng at 7:30 sharp, for tho
purpose of organizing and transacting
other busiuoss of importanco regarding
the conducting of tbo coming political
campaign. It Is desirable that tbnro bo a
full attendance. Members of ihc con
groetlonal and eonatorlal committees aro
respectfully Invitod to bo pretont.
Get your oysters at tbo Dolmonlco.
To Lt.T. lljomt to rent in tVleox"
block, at tho lowost prlooj. 270-9-2 l-0t
Elliott & Hatthorn aro oilerlng
goods at prices that should attract closo
You can got anything you will call for
at Elliott & Hay thorn's, 101 Coinmorcial
SILK HATS I SILK HATS I
Silk Halt taaJo to order at A. Marx's,
79 Ohio lovee.
Dn.. Jemelle. Can bo found at hit
dentil parlors on Eighth street at nil
hours. Best of rofaroncos given as to pro
Notice. Tickets for supper and ad
mission to tho Hop by tho St. Charles
Club, cun bo procured by applying to any
membor of tbo club, or at the offlco of tho
St. Charles Hotol. 277-0-24-'it
Coyne's oystor depot and rrttaurant
Oysters In the sboll and can, fresb ovory
day, at Phil Saup's old stand, botwoen
Sixth and Sevonth streots, Cairo, 111.
A fine lino of ladles', misses' and
childron's walking shoes, with extension
or protection soles, Jutt tbo tblng for Cairo
sidewalks, at A. Black's City Shoo Storo
The St. Charles Hotel has toveral
ploasant rooms on tho upper floor, tulta
bis for gontlornen, that can bo secured for
tbo winter, with board, at vory reasonable
FonSALK Buanv Wo doslro to sell
a splendid buggy almost now. "Wo will
sellltatacroattacrlU:c. Persons desir
ing a good bargain in a buggy bavo now
an opportunity to obtuln one.
i.-.. - . ...
uj-hiub or auyinitig dIiq you
want at tho Delmoulco Restaurant open
day and night.
Do not forgot that Elliott & naythorn
weep tho best stock of shoos in tho city
max Jvoeune, the organ builder, Is
roady at any time to tune and repair
pianos and molodennt. You may safely
trust your instruments to his caro; you
will not bo deceived.
II i mi . i mm i mmm
lr you want tho latott stylos Inldrj
goods, tho host and oheapest placo Is at
Elliott & Haythorn's. This is no rnn
nam f bankrupt stock, but frosU goods at
prices that dofy competition. 10-0-31
Couwtt Court. Tho couutr court ad
Journcd yesterday afternoon .to Monday.
Sept. 28tb, at ten o'clock, a.m. There
ware flvo civil cstos up ysiterday. qono of
County Coubt. Tbo" coinmlisloners
we still working In the several county of
flcos that are locate In tnt 'oourV house
Thsy were engaged the better part of yet
terday In looking aver th. sheriffs abate,
Friih 8UITLY. Mr. P. Fltzcerald ha.
Jattresslvad and' bas on sale at bis lain
room, a Jare stock of English al., porter,
Hennassy brandy and wines, and liquors
of all kinds, which bq will dispose of at
M, IIodqb will only remain In town
thii wcok go to him with your old plug
hati, raited, from cait-away platei and
lumber roomt, and bavo a tatuionauie
tllo m .do to cover your head. Tbo coit it
nlmoit nothing 9-24 3t
Rooms to Kent. Mn. Stewatt, corner
of Poplar and Twelfth itrooU, rtear TiiE
13ULLKTIK office, ha several comfortKhlc
rooma to rent, with boatd. M. Stowart
iprcadi one (Mho belt tablet In Cairo,
and bar prleM are reaionabln.
Notics. In conienuenoo of tbo Inclem
ency of the weather, tho oxhlblllon of the
MliilMlppi Coutity Klr ii adjourned for
tbli day. and will bo contlnuod Friday
and Saturday, Sept. J5lh and 20tb, 1874.
J. 11. Beth une, Seo'y.
Charletton, Mo., Bcpt. 24, 1874.
PoSTi'oSKD. The regular iraiion of the
United .ilates cuurt, which should be hold
at Cairo on tho flnt Monday In October
next, ha bon aijourned, In comtquence
of tbo lllncu of Judge Treat, until the
10th day of November next. Procef i of
the court It made returnable at that time
Take your bruited and battered mid
mathud old till bait to M. Hod go, at tho
Ddltnonlco hotol, and they will como
from hit handt bright and now, and In th
latest ttjle. h nny bo teen all aroun
town now. Kvorybdy can alTord to inor
n nair ''plan" hni tndo from IiIh old o'nn.
Bait otalor at tho
Tho Egyptian saloon,
llonry Ltttner, It for
sale, together with tho llilurea nnd stock,
and thu privllogo of n lotto of tho build
ing on &ood terms; alio, tho coltagn in
tho roar. For further Information, In
quire on tho promises. 7-2Jlf
iMruoviNu. Wo called at room nine,
Planters' house, yotterdoy, and found
Capt. Jospeb Kock, of Holly Springs,
Mlsitulppi, tbo gsntloman who had his
1 brokon Tuesday ovenjng at tbo 1111'
noli Central depot, Improving slowly
His frionds havo arrived, and expeot to
tako him homo In a day or two,
Look Our 'on Bargains. Mr. A
Marx hat Just returned from Now York,
wbcro ho purchatcd ono of tho Dnoit and
largost stock nf clothing, gent's furnitb
ing goods, bats, etc., of tho very latest
style, which ho will coll LOWER than
tho lowest. All goods tnarkod in plain
figures. '276-0-2 l-lf
Stratkd on Stolen, -From tho rest
denueof Mrs, Johnson at Sexton's Creek
bridge, a largo brown horse, small star in
forebeaJ, blind In right oyo, about sixteen
uanas nign, eleven years oiu. Any ono
finding him will bo liberally rewardod by
brlngiog him homaor letting ma know that
I may get him. Scr-lUA Jounsok.
Stolen Mrs. Bankard, a resident of
Thebes precinct, lost ono of ber best bor
ses Sunday night. Tbo animal was tied
up in tho stablo in tho evening, and whon
the blrod man went to feed thestook Mon,
day morning tbo borso was found missing.
Tho caio was laid before SherifT Irvln yes
terday morning and ho is now working It
New Millinery Goons. Mrs. Swan
dor leaves tho city on Monday morning
for a visit to St. Louis and Chlcigo, wbero
she proposes to purchaso a largo stock of
tnllllnory goods. Mr.. Swander's well
known good tasto in tbo Kelection of bats
bonnets, etc., is an nucu mont for tho
ndios ol Cairo to dofor purchasing tboir
tall millinery until thoy bavo an oppor
tunily tooxamlno Airs. Swander's stock.
RoiniERY' A ono-armsi "vag" who
has been around town for several days,
entered tbo rosidonco of O. N. Hughes
about nine o'clock latt night,
and carried oil' property to tbo
value ot about tlfty dollars. The cao
vs reported to Slioritl Ham Irvln, who
arretted thosly nimblo flngored gent with
in forty minutes after tho deed was com
mitted. Mks. IIultz bas just returned from the
vast with n full stock of millinery goods
and ladlos', niiieos' and children's shoes;
also, a largo stock of ladies' balr twltrhcs,
nnd goods belonging to tbo millinery
trado, cull's, hosiery, oto, with a largo
lot ol notioni, which thu will sollchoaper
than any other placo In Cairo. Storo on
tho corner of Eleventh stroot and Wath-
injlon avenue. 205-9-2'-'.tf
MlLLINEKY AND DbESS-MAKUU,
Mrs. Smith Frllllngsdorf Bnd Miss M. K.
Ilemlss will open on Saturday, tbo 2Gth
Instant, at tho'southwest corner of Sev
enth street nnd Washington avenue, a
solect and fashionable stock of drcis trim-
tiling, which they propoto to taoU at fair
prlcei, and invito the ladles of Cairo and
vicinity to call and examine. Mrs. P. is
now In St. Louis making purchases,
Fall Srocic of Boots and Siiobs.
Mr. A. Black is now recolvlng bis stock.
of tail boots and shoes, which, from his
experience, promises to bo tha best to
Icctcd in thu city. Always a caroful and
closo purchaser, he gives tho publlo tbo
advantages Lo has to purchase at tbo vory
bottom prlco, for bo buys direct from tho
manufactories, for cash. Tho slock is vory
largo and complete, and tho styles of tbo
latest and mott approved cut. 2C0.3-22.tf
Pleasant Patity A very pleasant
party wat gtvon by tbo social cluh known
as "Our Crowd," at Subset's ball. Wodnes
day evening. Tbcro wore a largo number
ot persons proton I, and a vory onjoyabl
time wat bad, Thn Thompson Utan
string band furnished tho music At In
tervals during )ho evening, Mlsjot Mary
Aloltrtby and Mary Nash plsyoc and
sang a numbor or plccos, that wero heart
Umu'a Couivr. William McGulra
arrested by I'dlcemsn llrow,n. McUuiro
was found rotting in tbo gutter, overcome
with ltd whisky. He was .asseisod two
dollars and oostt bad no money and the
Judge gavo hliu six hours to leavo tbo
Alice Olbbs and Klvlra Kills, two col-
ulrli of eatv virtue, Wf8 taken In
by Policeman Brown oil complalntof
lladlord, who nccuiod them or nav-
log turreplUlouily relieved him or nine
dollars. The ovldenoe wit not concluilvo
agalntt them, and thoy wera ditcbarged;
Tub KKPTtox. Tho hop at tho 3t.
CbarlM hotol I lilt evening prorotlos to"bo
a mott enjoyable ntl'alr. The diil'orent
committeei havo perfected all Brrani?o-
nienti nnd will do their ulm it to mako
tbli inaugurating hop ono of tho most
plcaiant atTlrt of tho teaton. Notwltl-
tindln; tho club will lurniih tho dancers
with ono of Wilcox' best tuppnra, with
a liberality that Ii pral.owortby, tho total
eiponio of $2.50 pur ccuplo, thereby hop
Inc to convlnco all thst onloymor.t nnd
not profit It tho aim.
Dissoi.uiTOH or l'AnT.Nr.Hiinr Tho
partnerihip horotofore cxl'tlng botwern
Daniel Arler and K. White, under th
firm nnmo of D. Arter & Co., It thl any
diMolvi'J by mutual content, both pnrtint
Tbo buiincft will be continued by their
mcce-tort, Charlet D. Arler and Jtn
W. Stowart, undor tho rmmo and ttjlo of
Arter & Stowart, who will py all clalint
agalntt, and collect all bills dun, tho old
Arm of D Arter & Co. -Cairo,
ill., Snptnnib.'r lUil, 1874.
O. 1). AMUR,
J. W. Stewart.
Theatre. A grod houto greeted tke
Vi'nllack Tlioatrical Troupe at the Atho-
neum last niglil ( n noaru but oae
opinion exprencd, that tbo play "Marl
tana" wat playol well. Wo nuto thu fol
lowing that are dctervfni: of an extended
notice: May Wallack, Jamts Wallack
and Ada Murray. Tbo wind-up farce,
"A Now Doilgo," wat immens ; Mr.
Sam Ryan as Laity Pop wat greeted with
several oncoret. To-night they will pro
duce fnr tho first tlrr.o in this city tbo
celebrated cotnoity, 'IJivorcod," with Mr.
Sm Kyan as Harrington Ilowto, and
Miss May Nugnl as Amelia Ltpsrte.
Tli it trnupo is first class ; nil play their
sivnral parts without a fault Itt not of
ten that our city Is visited by gouuluo tal
ent, and wo wero pleated to (co to largo an
attendance latt night.
For Tun Bi'llkti.v.
ThaSunmtkiis tho solemn pred'clton
that "Jeoms Bangs" will not fathor hi
productions with his own name. Not
withstanding that tbo Sun jumps at an
awkward ccuelution In attuming that I
have another name, 1 will give my influ
ence to lit alarming power of foretelling
events, sni not give anolhor name, "that
Its prophociet may bo futflHoJ, etc."
Might 1 humbly Inquiro if the Sun
expicts tho "Iree-Kellgionistt" or myself
to raittako its correspondent, II. 11.
T layer, tor tho gsntlomon referred too
by us 7
If so, it Is entirely too sanguine In Its
dires; ss said writer is too conclso and
pointed to bo mistaken for the Rev. H. 11.
Thayer, D- i)., whom we patiently await.
Botidos, It is not roasonablo to consiudo
that that gentloman would cry out for re
liable names and withhold his own, by
robbing It of all the ondotvments that
make it famlllbr to tho puMlc.
Hoping that tho Sun will hereafter tot
an examplo of honosty In regard to cor
respondents, I closo.
Hon. Jt.cms Banoj.
Personal G. W. Corlls, Motropolli,
Col.H. B. Reed, chief onglnoor M.C. R. R,
II. P. Miller, tbo proprietor of the eating
houso at Frost's station, M. C. H. It., K.
JIaxwoll, an old Cairoito, now n resident
of St. Louit, and twenty of tbo Wallack
Theatriol troupe, wore u mo rig tbo arrivals
at the St. Ukarloi yesterday.
S. Thompson, of Evansvlio j W. II.
Hill, of Ownnsboro, Ky., and II. P. Cole,
of Milburn, Ky., aro regiUurod ut tho
We yotterday noticed tho namos of
tbo following on tho Dnlnionico hotel
register: W. O. Hardwick, Memphis;
J. J. Goodwin, Cave in Rack., Ky; nna J.
W. Howard, Humboldt, Tenn.
Mr. Cbalrcs R. Kylo has been ap
pointed agent of tbo Iron Mountain nnd
Southern rai road, at tha Missouri side.
Wo ooogralulato him on his nppolntmcdt.
He has bad long expurloiico In that lino
ot-business, uud will, without a' douht,
phase tho company and their patrons.
Sir. R. A. Dyer, for many years tel
egraph editor of tho St, Louis Oumocrat,
and Globe, loft town latt evening
for tho Future Great City. Mr.
D. bas been visiting his brother-
in-law, Mr. Thotnss Ent. for some
time past Wo are sorry to sen him leave
us, and hopo that he will again pay our
city another vuit.
Circuit Court. Tbo trial of James
Cavender, charged with un assault with
intent to murder Green B Parkor occu
pied tho time or tbo court Wodneiday
and Tlmrslay. Judgo Mulkey otslslo'd
Hon. H. Wation Wubb in the protocutlon
anu juotm. wnegar and XiansJon ap
peared for the defense This case has at
tracted much attention, tho court room bo
ing well DUcd etch day. Thu cam
hat agitated the pooplo of Goon
Itiand precinct to an unuiual degree, both
men telng prominent citizens of that
locality. The provocation wat that
Parker had circulated reports detrimental
lotbo character of Cavender. Tho crvi.
dance wont to show that Mr. Ptrker, "a
widower," engaged a widow to koep houie
for blin. All went well until in the courto
of time, an Infant girl, to whom Mrr.
Sharp bore the relation of mother, ap
pearod upon the scone. Parkor there
upon laid the patornityof the little one
at Uavsndsr's door, as Cavender bad been
paying his addresses to Mrs. Sharp. This
statoment aroused tbo:angry. passions of
Cavender, and be went'for "his adversary
with a 'club, dlifiurlng,hls"countonanc
and making tsvural brulsss ou his cran
ium. Tha arguments of tbo attorneys on
both sides wort vary Isngtby and able.
Up to six o'clock the cats bas not been
Steamer .llm Flit, Faducah;
Uity ot Helena, bt Louif,
" St Joteph, St hoMt,
" Grand Tower, St I.ouit,
Steamer Jim Flak, Paducah,
" City or Helent, Vickthur,?,
" St Joteph, AUtnphlt,
11 Urand Tower, Ulemphit,
IloATa to IiEavk To.UAr.-Sleamer
John Kylo, New Orleant; Julia, Vicki
burg; ilolllo Monro, Now Orletntj Uello
of Shroverort,St Louit.
IUvkr, Weather amii Business
The rlvor latt evening wat four feet
three and threQftb Inchot on tho gauge,
having rlten nlno inches during the pre
vious 24 hours, Tho woatbor It clour y
and cHrap. lluslncts dull.
Wau I)K1T. HlVEK llKf OUT,
eeiitcmlier .1, 1871. J
low water thango.
.STATIONS. io waier
ft. 111. Kt. In.
l'ltt-ourr.. '. rT 8 xl
Line mini U 4 x
I.OIllnllll! 2 1
Kvaii-v lle ' ,
Na-hWlle I 1 1(1 1
St. I.inii....,l I) r-j 0 I x
liKNKRAi. IratiH The Jim i'nk jes
lorday brought down 20 hbda tobaceo for
London, Ungland, and the cargo of tha
Sllverthorno, which consisted of 11 dogs
consigned on a special bill of lading tor
.Tew Orleans. This Is probably tho first
lot of IhfVktnd of frelghJb,at evor was
signed for by carriers, and it Isn't llkaly
to I e repeated. Tno dogt are valued at
$10 each, by tbo owner, but steamboat
men would not give 16 centt for tho lot.
Tho towboat Little Jim Reese ran
through horsolf nliht beforo latt, twonty
milot abovo Grand Tower, wbllo towing
tho Largo Marbia City. Sho will be
taken to St Louis for repairs.
The Sllvorthorno lost so muoh tlmo
aground en Walker's bar that tbo bad to
turn lok from Paducah,
Pilot Asa Bomgard took the Frank For
rest to Memphis, but dojn not infnil to
go up white rivor this time,
Thi Grand Tower is out on her flr.t
trip sine alio sunk at Powor's Island
Sho has been thoroughly repaired and Is
at good as the wat tbo day she was built.
Sha had a fair trip yesterday for Mem
On tho Cth of Augutt my wlfo and son
tiled to murder mo, I think, and I was
only saved by tbo Interference of Mrs.
Anna Gouchor and Kato Lawrence.
Tboy cont for Prank. Goucbcr, at tie
brick yard, who brought flvo colored men
with him, tied tbo old woman and bov.
a'ud sent for the doctor for so and tho
policeman for them, I let Ibis mattor
drop, but the bat bean raising a disturb
ance and drinking whiskey over since,
and on tho Otb of Scptombor, two weeks
ayo, I am glad to say, sbo lsft my bed and
board wliliiiut. m. content, and, I am
sorry to say, took everything in tho way
of plunder or lurntuio that tho hcuto
contalnod, hiring t wagon for tho pur
poro, only leaving for mo a bedstead and
blanket. Therefore, all persons are noti
fied not to harbor or trust her on ray ac
count, as I will pay no debts of bor con.
trading. I havo no doubt sbo Is ablo to
pay bor own dob Is, as tho she has gono to
market 'all summer regularly ovory
morning and cam homo drunk evory
night, keeping all tho money sho received
and nover dividing a cont with mo.
274-9.21 3t ;Alhert Sciers.
Schenck'h Pulmonic SYaur For the
euro of consumption, coughs and colds
Tho great virtue in this medicine Is that it
ripens tho matter and throws it out of tho
systom, purifies tho blood, and thus effects
SCilCNCIi'8 USA WEED TONIC, YOU THE
CURE OK UVHl'IirSI, INDlOK-tTION, AC
Tbo tonic produces a healthy action ot
tho stomach, croatlng an appotlto, forming
chyle, and curing tho most obsllnato casos
Schenck'h Mandrake Pills roit the
Cure or Live a Complaint, &a
Theso pills aro alterative, and produco
a healthy action nf tbo livor without tbo
least danger, as they are froe from cal
omel, nnd yet raoro efl'acious In restoring
a healthy action of tbo livor.
Those remedies are a certain euro for
Consuropt on, as tba Pulmonic Syrup
ripens tho matter and purifies tho blood.
Tho Mandrako Pills act upon tho liver
crnato a healthy bilo, and removo all dls
uatcs of tbo liver, often a cauto
of Consumption, Tho Sea
Wood Tonic glvos tono nnd
xircngtb to the stomach, makes a good
digestion, nnd enables tbo organs to form
good blood; and thus creates a healthy
circulation of healthy blood. Tho com
tilned action of theso mrdiulnui, as thus
tixplninod, will cure ovory caio of Con
sumption, it taken in tlmo, and tho uso of
tin- niollcines preserved In.
Ur. tfchi'r.ck Is professionally nt his
principal ofllue, corner blxtb and Arch
Sis., Philadelphia, nvcry Monday, whore
nil Ir-ltr-M fur advico must bo addressed.
Scliunrk's medicines for sale by Druggists
llnw to Ukt Utamjna Iron rramcs
and strong norvous system aro not the lot
of all. But tbo feeblo neod not despair.
By adopting tho right means tbey may
live as long and qnjoy life as much as
thiiir moro robust neighbors, Physical in
vlgorMlon Is, howevor, necessary to this
ond; and wbllb tho spirltous tonics and
nervines usually admitted, ovontually do
prots both body and mind, Dr.J.Walkor's
California Bitters Invariably supply now
vigor to tho frame, wbllo they regulate
.ovory disordered function.
0-10-4 and m 4 w.
LUMllKK StILLOOINQ DOWN. As W0
nre (lntonniued to closo out our stock
tpeodlly, preparatory to winding up bus
in cu, we will soli a)l kinds of lumbar at
two dollars por thousand-tai than mar
ket prices, A largo lot of lath and stove
wood on hand, which will be sold at cor
respondingly loty rates,
22i.o.o.if ' -Wail & Ent.
1 1Q Tll I'lIM II iiiinki: .
PHIL H. SAUP
HAS NOW THE LARGEST STOCK OF CONFEC
TIONS IN EGYPT, AND IS SELLING 20 PER
CENT LOWER THAN ANY HOUSE IN
Do not liny old candies, that lmvo been kept over the
summer ami aro stale, claiming homo manufacture Also
see to your weight. Jwcry box ought to contain five pounds
net, or G ounces over five pounds, ltomombor tho place
Corner 8th St. and
The Only Place In the City where You
Sept. 24. 1 874.
A tteady rain fell nearly all day keep
ing butlneii very quiet and people olf tba
streets, but lhi 'aln, nevertheless, was
vory acceptable, filling cisterns, laying
the doit, oto.
Business has not cbnngod slnco tho b. -gltmlne.ol
tho wouk. Receipts or grain
aro small, and nearly all that comes In is
taken lo the warehouses, holders asking
an ndvance and unwilling to mako con
cessions. Choice flour is plenty and quiet, but tha
supply ol low grades it not uour up tu the
Hay It in good domand, particularly
cbolco timothy and mixed.
BoTOur friends should bear in mind
that the prlcet hero given aro usually for
sales from first bauds la round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over tbeso
The imrkot is nominally unchanged,
Choice grades are a liltlo more quiet and
plenty, but low grades are firm and
scarcer. Transactions are restricted for
want ef slocks, and a numbor of olders are
held for supplies. Sales worn 100 bbls X
4 75: 2 cars XXX. C 00: 00 bbls various
grades, 4 CO to C 70; 400 bbls City Mills,
A 00 to 7 i!6; 500 bbls various graees, 4 20
to C '25; 1 car various grades, I 00 to C 00;
300 bbls various gradt-s, t 00 to il 50; SOU
bbls various grades, J 00 to C 50.
Wo nolo an active demand for choice
timotby and miiod, with sales of all that
comes In. Law grides are quiet and neg-
lectod. Salei dtlivcro.1 woro I car choice
timothy, 20 00; 3 cars cbolco timothy,
0 CO; 1 car prime timothy, 20 00; 2 cars
choice timothy, 20 00; 2 cars good tlmo-
thy, 19 00; 1 car good tlmolhy, 10 CO; 1
car cbolco timothy, 20 CO.
Jleceipts anu uomanu aro uqj.ii sman.
Tberoaroafaw car loals In warehouse,
but buyors aro unwilling to pay tho pr'cot
askod. Wo note sales of 3 car losds in
sacks delivered, M".
Receipts aro very light and tho supply
on tbo market is small, Holdors aro firm
for an advance, but buyers are unwilling
to go abovo 58c. Salts woro 2 cars in
sacks dellverod, 6S:; 1 or In sacks uollv
There is vory liltlo offering nnd not
muoh demand ; prices are firm at quota
tions. We nolo sales of 1 stead dried
dslivored, 4 2ti; 100 bbls stoaut dried
delivornd, 4 25.
Small order sales command IPQ'20 00,
but 1G 00 Is about as high as It can be
sold in round lots. Holders were asking
13 00 to-day but offerings wero not taken.
Sales wore I car in sscks delivered, 10 00:
200 sacks, from tho City Mills, In small
lots, 20 00,
Rocoipts are tsken on arrival at quota
tions. Tbo demand for cbolco not thorn is
steady and active, not enough comes in to
meet tho domand. Sales woro 800 pounds
common to cbcico, 20 to 82c; 100 pounds
oholco northern, 30c; 1000 pounds oholcs
Southern Illinois, 28c; COO pounds choice
Tho market it tteady and firm, all that
arrives finds ready talcs ut quotations.
Sales wero C boxes fresh 10c; 3 cases fresh!
800 dnzsn frosh, 1G1C.
Chickens aro tcarco and In dmnund.
Turkoyt aro dull at 0 00 to 8 00 par dor..
Wa note tales of 3 coops choice young
chickens, 2 GO; 2 coops old hens, 3 00(5
3 25; C coops mlxod, young and old, 2 59
The market Is firm and demand steady,
but tbo supply oilerlng is all in the hands
of retailers and jobbers. Wo nolo salts
of 1 tierce South Carolina hams, ICc; 1500
lbs clear sidus lie; 1000 lbs shoulders 12.
The is sotno demand for cbolco shipping
apples at 3 60 per barrol. We note sales
of 25 bbls shipping apples, 2 60 ; 60 boxss
peaches, Co cts.
Thnro it not much doing in this line
Oholco jtataofls' are quoted 3 CO; choice
unions, 4 GO'; hut tbo demand Is vory
sraa'l'. Wo i o o salts of CO bbls polntoes,
3 CO; 30. bbls onions, 4 CO.
ExpUR-sioN Tickets. On and after
Ssptombor 20th excursion tickets to
Louisville and Cincinnati, will bo sold
by the Cnlrn nnd Vlnconnes railroad,
aifrancnf to the followlug ratos, good tu
Octobor 3rd : To Louisvlllo and roturn,
$14,15; to Cin:Innati and return, $16.8f.
Tbo abovo includes a ticket Into the ox.
position ball. Tickets for sala sit tbo
general ofllco and At tbo Anolior Lice
ofllco, 71 Oblolevao.
can get a Complete Assortment,
Elliott .& Haythorn are opening a
new nnd olegant lino of dry goods to-day.
For bargains go and ice them.
to tpe Pumlic Tha new
packing home, market In Wilcox's block,
will bo oppn Saturday next, wllb fresh
mean nnd now lard, at the lowest ratrket
pr'o. Howe A lino.
For Rent. The Blelock bousa, corner
of Seventh and Walnut streets, contain
hg thirteen roornt. A No. 1 location for
a boarding bouse. To a good tons-nt the
ahovj housn will ba rented at a low figure
Apply to U N. Hughes, No, 03 Ohio
Partiiis having tho ahnvo book ready
for binding would do well, before sending
their books fir tvlib agents, lo Inquire at
tbo City Bind-try, whero they aro bound
just as cb'ap and good and neat at In St.
Lotil" or Chicago.
201-0.22-Ct O, Uur.LS.
The earner tuup is uu ne corner ot
Eighth street and Commercial avenuo
wntre J. Georgo Sttenhouto with hit gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of tbo day or night, readv to soothe
your fevllngi with a smooth sbave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
turo of receiving first-class treatment
Ladles' and children's balr cut or curled
in tbo rnosl approved style. 8-15-tf.
Joe Rqhekcr Is now In full control of
the Washington bakory, and havlcg
learned tbo wants of tho public, Is pre
pared toeupply on call all demaads for
French loaf, Boston, Uruwn and Oraham
I ..... I - .. .1 LI . 1
l i "- ..--6
; " ".i oaaary.
tains a full stock of confeotlonariet, and
can, at woll as any olher dealer In tbo
( city, fill all orders In that line,
j Cskos baked, frosted or ornamented on
j short notico. Special attention given to
the orders of wedding or picnic parties.
Grand Ball Tbo Carroll but ball
club will glvo a grand social hop at
Schools' hall, Tuesday erontng, Septem
ber 29lb. Tbi boys proposa making Ibis
one of thu most ploasant affairs of tbo
season. The right kind of young men
aro at tho head or the affair, and wo hepa
thMr highest oxpectatlons may bo real
lzl. Tbo following aro tbo comuilttca of ar
riingomcrits; J. T. Welch, "William
Tourney, John Campbell, K. F Glints.
Floor managers Phil. Howard and
P. M. Lally, Captain of Nina.
211.9 lClw r
Politics for 1874,
HON. UDWAItl) MoPIIERSON
Clerk tj Jloune of Iltpretentatixu U. S.
this Accuratk and Impamial volumes
tlrea tbo vuli. Itccoitn on the "Increase of
Salary Act" and Its ropeal, onTr nsporta
t Ion, Civil Itlglit, and Financial Questions,
Including tho act ol 1MW creating "Legal
TenduM " and coin Interest ol Bond, and
the various Kxpanulng and Contracting acts
tlnro. President Ohant'8 Messages and
Memorandum, Interview. Letters, Pro
rainatloni, and Action In Alabama, Arkan
sai, Louiaiun and 'I cx.. buprcino Court
DecMona. Illinois and Wisconsin Railroad
Laws, Constliutlnnal AlueudmeLts, mads
slid nemllu j, In States, anil Nstlon. "Hack-f.V-'-l
c, ''"'''"sol Appropriations,
llebt Klettlons, Currency Distribution by
slates and acctlous, Ac. Invaluable tor
campaign, Cloili, $2 W, post paid,
AUiircsi GKO. FRS. DAWSON,
1'. O. Box 4 4. Washington, P. C.
33 TLT I" O XXDESIFL,
And Dealer In
EiouTii Street, het. "Washington and
CoMMERciAL,AVK.adnloing Ilanny t.
Kcous tho bent of B-cf, Pork, Mutton voal
l.niub, Laustigo, etc.. nnd is prepared to
crt'B fauilllot In n accept ililoniui mar.
ICE! ICE! ICE!
HUSE, LOOMI8 & CO,
Takcs.grcat plen&urs in anuovoclng t
they aro now prepared to supply everybody
with lako lco.of tho very host quality, either
ni their bouses or at tho stores. Ordors
should b lelt at tho office, .No. 00 Ohio
HAIB X3 33, 333 S B .E OR
Ilghtb Street, hotnen Wstbtngton and