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The tilAr-H, ritualism, ,wlilgli
Mmbs to cet bounced on all elites, keeps
op Its fantastic dance all over the United
StatM. 9mt M vagaries nrc strik
ing! original, jind almost bi'.roiid the
reach of tbo inoit ncrompllsltol Jiocro-1
In Greenville, Mo., three youiijf.Jadlc?,
Miss Laura 'Wills, Miss Dont Chappelj
and Miss Fanuio Mitchell, wcreiarralgued
beloro a justice of tlie peace to answer to
the charge of burning n school-house.
Their cascsiwcrc scut before the October
term of the Circuit Court, wheru Miss
Laura Wills pleaded guilty, uud was sen
tenced to two hours In thu county all.
MIss DoraChappcl turned State's evi
dence. Mlsa Fannie Mitdticll denied the
charge and her case was continued uutll
the next term of the Circuit Court. These
young ladles arc between ln; .ages of
fourteen and tlflcen.
Tho PltUbure Gaietit cave that the
Deaaootaaxf,M1sUiBrit; hir.de crazy by
their lalo atoccesaet, will present Jeflcrson
Davis to tlie legislature of that State for
the petition of United States Senator, i
Surely the editors of the Qazttlt are cither
great liars, or they kayo fulled-to keep
track of their enemy. When Republi
can journals hurl lies and Insults ut the
fallen Southerner, particularly when to
talities are involved to make the Insults
and lies plausible, It would first be within
the bounds of method and common sen?c
for them to know in wiiat portion of the
United States Jefferson Davis lives and
claims citizenship. Mr. Davis is a citi
zen of Mem plil?, Tennessee, where he has
mlded for years.
LI.U of patents issued to Inventor of
Illinois tor the' vteek ending November -3,
1875, and each dated October 10. 1875,
Furnished till paper by Oox & Cox, So
licitors of Patents, Washington, D. C. :
Combination lock, F. Chapman, Mc
Lansborough ; wire fenoobarb, L. De
Torc, YeUW'Crklr.pumj), J7' Ellis,
Peoria ; windruUl, J7 AmlsLondeneteo,
E. Scger.KrW; cut taut natures,,!:, L'os
peslte, Chicago; harvester rake, .T.
Barnes, Rockfonl: ventilating can, L.
Belts, Chicago ; basc-burniiig stove, h
Bctts, Chicago hoso coupling, W. Cas
well, Chicago ; platform "scales, A. ifees,
Chicago ; tire-tbihtcner, J. Marks, Hum
tier ; windmill power, W. Short, Tallula:
ooffiw roaster, F. Thomas, liloomlngton.
Ou'i'hursday, November a&tli, the peo
ple of tlie United States aro expected to
enjoy their thanksgiving turkey, nnd say
their prayers InTaVorof an, administra
tion that lias not benefitted the country
Ana k-nrj -olmvsiluiia (O ITCtl, tl.u Dtnir
bon and the Consenativc Doniocrats. i'e
will enjoy thq'.turkcy with a rcllth, and
klp the prayers for tho perpetuation ol
tin administration that feeds its prinei
pal torch-bearers on tho illicit returns
from fraudulent and disgraceful trans
actions. We way say a lew prayers for
the perpetuation of our. form of govern
ment, for the freedom of struggling little
uba, for the formation ol a powerful
Central American republic, and the pros
perity ot Mexico under Its present wise
ruler; but praycrisind hymns hi lauda
tion of Grautism, and iU attendant evil,
is not our forte.
Moucuits D Conwuy lectin cd in Chi
cago on last Sunday, Ids subject being
"The Devil." During his lecture ho said
that the present devil firat originated in
Persia,.wiMre the philosophers believed
the uuiversc to be divided into two hos
tile camps by a slroug wall, dno camp
being in tlie pos-caslon of God aud tho
other in tlie hands of the devil. He said :
"Ouoe invented, the devil made rapid
sirldes. He could not bo laid. It relieved
the Deity of all that was bad in nature,
ind It gave man an excuse for
liL misdeeds. In tho latter point
f view, the devil might bo
considered a remarkable succcs.
Jn tlie book or Job there was not 0110
word ot evil ngulnfct the moral charac
ter of the devil. He Is always mentioned
with great respect, aud If any lawyers
that were present would excuse him b
might .say that the dcyll figured In u,.
Old Testament as a kind of prosecuting
attorney." This lecture was received
with laughter audapplaiuc. Thecloslng
portion of lils lecture wcut to prove that
here was no personal devil, and that all
men who worked falthtully to servo their
kind would surely reap a reward, no
matter how many demons stood between
them and eternity. Common sunse and
science are doing stmugo work lii tills
A WMAEEit'ft UEPMRT.
Tin whaler Onward arrived recently In
San Frauelseo from the Arctic ocean, via
Retiring strait. Thu commander stated
that he cxiierteuoKd very warm weather
In the Car northern latitudes, tho sea be
ing free from Ice, and whales "farther
eajt than evor before, ultno.t reaching
the month of the Mackenzie river." This
latter point alluded to Is in latitude 08
deg. mill., longitude 13S deg. west,
uuu it ueg. southward of the latfti"! of
the cold poU of tho American continent.
The Kew York Herald savs: "If the
suu'n neat alone governed the Arctic tcm
pcraUuie there would be a regularly
graduated scale of varlatloii for these lat
itude tfarWf Uout Utc year. But tl0 cx.
!8tnetcn(kjfm'yto, tho south ward of
tlie, ttrrcttrlal pole of twp dltthict poles
uf eoM,-ene nortli ot the ocntre of thu
AHMriean and tho oilier of the Atlatlc
ijobH ft, thows that tkero Is an luilu
eiicyjiidoj polar tcmpctaturcs in
kfusM,fifH04''tiesuu.' The Infer
enc to ! drawn from this fact favor
tlie theory of the existence of an opcii po
lar iturlitg the Atctlc ummer,'
Wttx asit be iHPEACiicn? I
Since the nrresl of McDonald, Grant's
hi"'" "1' - v-1
t. tr f....-i 11... n . 1
the question arises before (he public
optics: "Did the .President of the United
States know of these St. Louto whisky
frauds?" Tho gratidjury is said to li:ic
presented United States' Mnrslml New-
cotnb, Orvillc Grant, Uiucy nnd other
prominent. .Republicans who have been. lu
tou using turowiil tlic Presidential thionc:
and becniUtarfcVin a.invttcrloua inan-
tier. It tho' rreiludht doc. not show 11
clear record, we may hear of his speedy
retirement with a recommenda
tion from a dicgu'ted people
to be honest and happy.
ITo 1ms grown rich very rich,
since the, ' mantle ;of power fell upon
ids shoulders, ami thcbonanza whence he
gains his supplies of lilthy lucre has been
suarcucu mr in .vain uy tiiose who arc
prone to examine into the allalrs of
other people. Haslho bonanza thovul-
jraf tccntol whisky about It tho aroma
that causes the drunk n il to shudder, and
yet whets lila .appetite ? Wc .would not
like to see all thc'liouors of the hero of
the war stripped from his person and
ruthlessly tumbled 'nto a whisky lfcir-
tur. MiU -
Anil now the men of 0 oil nro yoing to
examine into the recent Ib eelier scandal
so that they may be able to report to the
Congregational association advices as to'
the lltncss ot the eloquent but.lccherous
divine to associate- with them in their
spotless purity. The following gentle
men have been mvetcd' with the
powers that usually hedge in revcrond
committeemen: ttuv. Win. Taylor, of
the Hroadway Tabernacle, Xuw York;
Kev. Dr, Uiu. Ives Uuddlugtoii, of Clin
ton Avenue Church, Urooklyn ; Kev.
Professors Parsons ami. Martin, of the
New York Theological Seminary, and
Itev. Charlc3 II. Kvere-t, or the Church
or the Puritans, ISrooklyn. Ilets arc
lreely oflercd, with but few takers, that
this committee will bend lleceher to
grass. What n ghost lo ikechcr!
It 'will not down nt tils bid
ding, and before 11 cycle of the yearly
months lio will bo down on liU knees an
earnest public penitent. Thu people
always navo tnelr verdict, let the Engo
udge decldo law points as he pleaee?.
and the sworn nten of-thejury pibclaim,
for good or unci, tno result of their pro-
fotind deliberations in bugle tones. And
the. peoiilo were not r-low In saying thoy
believed that lleceher was guilty ot tak
ing advantage of his position as n n-lul
ter or the church to violate the sanctity
or n peaceful homo. And the people
demanded that he should receive a pun
Ishment commensurate with the position
he occupied mid the crime ho had com
nutted. Bccchcr made a powerful light.
And now comes tho return wave, nnd
lime will show that tho minister who let
his animal nature consume the piety in
his heart, and run away with his brains,
will not be able to keep his nervous grip
upon chaste society, and will receive a
rMlim- uiul nrolucjM.) lull T.-otn (In.
Uoubtlul pcde?tal of honor he now occu
pies. THE tMIMTICMI, HUM;.
Vow that the Democrats" are in the mi
pretuuey in Mississippi tlie political bone
has made Its appearance among the vic
tors, and the wrangling aud contention
will soon commence. The bono spoken
of Is the United States Senate. All the
campaigners arc coming to the front, and
tho end will show that the first to bo put
forward will surely bo thrust iifdo for 11
patriotic compromise gentleman now
snugly enscoiised In tho background. The
tlrst party led to tho slaughter, and "who
has so ably aud.'prudo'ntly conducted the
campaign us chairman of the executive
committee," Is General J. .. George. lie
"lias becomo very much endeared to the
jieoplo of Mississippi" by his faith
ful and earnest work during the turmoil
and bustle of tho lato campaign, nnd lias
therefore been introduced to tlie bone far
ahead of time, and according to an old
precedent and custom, will bo set aside
for a compromise candidate. We do not
doubt that General George Is worthy of
the high position of United State Sena
tor, but the bono will entice other men
who are worthy of It, aud who want It.
The people of Mississippi are now fiee.po
lltlcally, aud should guard well their now
seeming permanent encampment, which
may end In a bivouac for a night. The
Democrats of Tennessee, through the
acts of a Republican apostate, Center.
"r'ned supremacy In ttiat State by mak
ing Center its chief executive. Un
bounded cnthu.-ilasiu prevailed, and tho
Democrats embraced each other in their
Joy. 1 Rut (lie bono ai .instantly thrust
Into the peaceful and jubilant camp, and
the commotion commenced. Frauk
Cheatlmin, a very ordinary man except
In courage and physical strength, was
pitted, by Midi men as ishain G. Harris,
against the people's favorite, Andrew
Johnson, for Congress. Forty thousand
Independeuu-princlpally working men,
voted for Johnson, the balnuee of tho
Democratic party tor Cheatham, and
Horace Maynard secured the olllee while
the Democratic leaders were fighting and
wasliug (he strength they were intrusted
with by tho men of the ranks. Let the
readers of tlie Upllctix watch tlie stride
or evcuty In Mississippi, and unless the
Democratic leaders aro endowed with
great force of character and seirsaerlllee,
they will witness a repetition of the po
litical uistory or Tennessee.
i:VIIr.XTI.1 .MEA.XN IT.
If the editor of tho Qutncy Herald were
made elder hanginau for the Democratic
party, and pursue tho calling among the
leading Republicans, that portion of tho
government which lies south of a Hue
called Mason aud Dixon's, aud which
tiad for its main object a division of one
people, would enter a new era, and ship
more cotton thou all the mills of Kuropc
could conveniently consume. Asa hang
man, wo should Infer from tlie strength
ami torco ol tho following language, he
would be a kuecess : "Tho Jacksonville
Jt,iioi !iv8 thutumny noted Democratic
pollHcUh lii Wev Orlcanifu'ca.-rve to o.
i,utJff.; Jf poVltlchnVcpt wfmty limy d
vuu inv vfniuinatu inutj uii-ug svuii-
try would bo left, without trader; mid the
Stock ol lictnp would iloubtleeis be ex
hausted. The Journal, which blindly
supports every llcpubltcou politician, Is
a pretty flicct to talk about liaii;jtiitf
Dcinocrnts.'' That eoinc of the
Icudlnr llopubllcnns of the South deserve
- MiaUur. for nnsttif.. prim.. .c n mnitni
nature, nd rcafonaule'ricMoii will deov.:
and tW the maiorllVor: tlicriiroutd' be
doing service In stnte penitentiaries, In
place of their Innocent colored dupe?, has
generally been conceded by the lejjid
fraternity and the best citizens of the
South. The prisons of tho Mouth are
crowded with negroes . Who neglected
their work In tho fields during election
times to follow false master, became vag
abonds, uud then, to stop tiio cravings of
hunger, thieves. Places should, be
changed. The- colored tollers ot the Re
publican party who can trace their
gloomy sit Millions to the designing lead
ers In the tjouth, should be let out upon
the fluids, and the white-faced, glittering
thieves and fraud, who ate not H-lf-sus-tulnluj
outside of udiuiuUtratloii favor,
put In their place to bo taught useful
trades uud good manners.
V f, 1R.1 MlIAf CK'M PI.XIOMM.
Ira Shufer, chalriimn of the antl-Tum-
inuny party, New ork, was asked to
what tic attributed the result of their ic-
cent.vlctory. Ho rorllcd :
That IsiMiuestion that will bear a
cieat many answers. Much Is due to
Mr. Morrisfuy, n man who never lied,
who never stole, and who will go to
Albany as much a anything eUe to
knock out of time Republican .-ii:itor.-
who may want to steal. Hixby also did
a great ileal toward the result, and you
win una wneti liixnygoes 10 many 111:11
he is another man who cannot be induced
to forlelt his triis-t. If you will look at
mv pnercli vou will find I claimed 2U.0O0
to I!0,000 majority. This wo have got.
At 1110 fciuni! 11 mo money wait
used against us. In tome of our
districts weak-kneed iintl-Taminany
meil received money and old all
the boxes. Vou will k-c by thu vote for
Juill'iiT.oew how tins aiR'Cted one 01 thu
candidates or tlie tieonle. t is well tor
wickham anil his loiiowcnunnt no mil
not succeed by the use of money In de
feating the people. I never saw men so
earnest us nt our meetings, so resolute.
so bold : and I brllcvu that If this tidal
wave nau lieen eueeKoii iy any corrupi
means these men would have been hanged
on thu lampposts, the 1cmii ot the de
feat is thatludges must adiujulster Jus
tice nunartiaiiy ana wituoui mallei1, nnu
that we shall nave trinuuais 10 ue-troy
judges who betray the people.'
Mr. Sliafer said that Tildcn showid
wisdom In keeping outer thu fight, but
that it eame to hint rather late In thu eau-
EWTORf Ali XOTEH.
The Queen of Holland is reported
The new postmaster at YIekburg Is
John 1. Raymond, vice II. 11. Pease.
William 1C. Murray Miot and killed
Joel Woodrum, hi brother-in-law, In
One paper In JlllnoN give Heverldge
credit for ordering out the militia In Chl-
The Servian militia, in the city or
Uelgradc, has been called out and are
now en .nuie to the frontier.
-Dan Voorhees will defend William
McKec of the St. Loul? Otolc-Demoerut,
and Colonel Magulrc, who were recently
Indicted for whisky ling frauds.
The St. Louis hyphenated newspa
per Miys : "Kver since the Ohio election
the Cjitrtcr-Jourwil has been heading a
campaign against gambling. Did It lo'c
any bets 011 Allen ?"
The Vatican Insists upon tho entorce
metit or tho coucordat with Spain, and,
declaring that tho civil war Is tho result
ol' lellglous loleiatlon, demands uu eccle
siastical trial for the captured Hhhop of
Seo de Urgel,
The number ol plays on the tmhteel
of the American Revolution submitted
for examination Is sixty-eight, several
being of remarkable merit. Tho prUc,
however, will not ho awarded before De
cember. At Delavan, Illinois, 11 mob hanged
John Williams, on the night of the 7th,
for horso stealing. Great excitement ex
ists In tho neighborhood over the nllalr.
No arrests have as yet been made.
The Colonial Ofllcc, London, has re
ceived dispa'ches troni the Straits settle
ments showing that theKtigllsliuian mur
dered by the Malayans was the Uiitlsh
Resident nt Pcrak. His interpreter was
also killed, four of his sulto were
wounded and two nrc missing.
A S5 note purporting to be Issued by
the First National Bank of Galena, III,,
wos discovered on the morning of the 8lli
by tho National Rank Redemption
Agency at Washington. Thero Is no
Mich bank In existence. Thu note is evi
dently altered from a plain of thi Tra
ders' National Rank of Chicago.
-Of tho four horses and three buggies
which were stolen from Ward ltros., of
DuQiioln, and J". H. Krwin, of Tuscola,
three horses nnd tw o buggies were cap
tured, 011 thu 8th, at Kllliigham, HI.,
without the men. Onu horse and buggy
were captured at St. Louis, also on the
Sth, with one man. Thu men who hud
the teams captured at Ktllnghain are
-Tho Murphysboro Imiejxmtent, al
luding to the loss of the Inflationists in
Ohio and Pennsylvania, presents a head
less rooster, aud gets oft" thu following :
"This rooster did some good crowing
for us last tall, hut the returns from O11I0
and Pennsylvania has knocked his In ad
clean oil." We will not exhibit I1I111
again until next rail, when wo insure his
ftieuds that ho will be fully repaired and
jii llrst-class order. Then his voice will
be heard proclaiming victory from Maine
to Han Francisco,' from Florida to
The Commerce (Mo.) Visyalch is no
slouch nt paragraphing : "John M. Left
wieh is known to bo 11 man of very tem
perate language. Rut If you had seen
him the other day, when ho had Just
risen from u bed of sIckm-M aud discov
ered that somebody had stolen all the
sweet potatoes and cabbage in his gar
den, you'd have taken him fr a niloi'
Aiid'Rolandannoii. too, uiiabe to rise
from lili couch", when his wife itnnohocad
to lilifllthOibther tnornlng-that nllttic.
meat Iiad disappeared from the smoke
house, just straightened up in Ids bed
and well, you'd have thought lie was a
Conuiiiche on tho war path."
Klfuninliln I'nrKle Vci tn tltv
Sax Francisco, Novembers. Tlie fol
lowing press dispatch has Jut been re
Skaitlk, W. T., November 7. The
dally Ditpaleh received the following
special from Port Townsend this morn
ing: "Tlie American ship Messenger,
Captain J. T. Gllkey, has arrived, nine
days out from San Francisco, and reports
picking up, twenty miles .outh ol Cape
Flattery, of part of the pilot house and
Henry L. Jelly, tbo only survivor of the
steamship Pacific, which sailed from Vic
toria at 'J o'clock on Thursday morning,
and foundered forty miles south of Flat
tery at S o'clock 011 Thursday evening.
Jelly floated on Uiu pilot house from 8
o'clock on Thursday night until 10
o'clock Sattuday morning, when ho was
nicked up by the Messenger. Several
boats were launched, but all foundered.
(Signed) "A. F. Lkohmks."
Jelly Is too low to give full particulars.
Ho state, he was In a boat, which was
awnmped, and, with another man, suc
ceeded in reaching part of the pilot
house. , The other man siilcrucntly
men iroin i)xpo"uru. una was cut loose
by Mr. Jelly. Tho following is a list of
thu passengers, fourteen ol the tlrst ones
mentioned, together with ten or twelve
In the steerage, being troni Pugi-t Sound.
The remainder arc:
names or rni: 1.01
from Victoria :
J. Hllhnute and wife. Mrs. Malion and
child, II. C. Vletoiia.G.T. Vlnhig. Fred.
u. Hani. i. unudsou mid wire. A.
Hobbin.,T. Alllcon. O. MePherson, Win.
JIaxwell, JI. Wood. John Tar-
bell. Win. Anunlss, I. Wilson,
W. Purday. A. Lang, John G. Todd.
John MeSaiiders, Dock Young, J. Htz
gerald, J. Couilun, Chlshohn, A. I'ra-
. n t.-.i... I. II . 1.
znr. i. a. i) rasicr, jiumicri nnu 1101K-
well Troupe. Garesehe, Miss A. Rey
nolds, Mls F. Palmer, Mrs. Morle. Mr.
Lawson. Ed. 11. Hotter. Jatuc Lunlug,
Mrs. S. Stiles and child. D. Mctntyre. C.
R. Fairbanks, Cupt.nnd Mrs. Parson, A.
R. Owny, W. J. Ferry, J. F. Johnston.
T. Smith. John Cochrane, S.
P. Moody. T. J. Ferrell, M. M. Suin
niets. J. Cahlll, J. WaNon, Win. Well,
James H. Webbs, Win. Pellev, Col.
Maudevllle, wile and child, It. Hudson,
H.CIlne. E. i'otklus, Tho. Reverly.lt.
L. Aysell, W. Waldron, John Lee, G.
Griubell, Geo. Morton. J. MeCormiek,
Joliu Sampson, Isaao Webbs. P. Chap
man ami loriy more in uiu steerage.
was a wooden side-wheel tr-ninrr of
about BOO loin, built in 1S.11, by W. 11.
Rrown, of New York; nearly rebuilt
here by the Paclllc Mall Company two
years ago; doekeil and surveyed the trip
before last, anil given a certificate of AS;
value about $100,000; cargo, hops and
outs, worih about $'J5,000. Insurance on
"hii). $17,000, dMded nearly emiallv be
tween the Fireman's Fund, Union, State
Investment, Commercial. Swiss Lloydn
and -Now uncniis .iiutu.-d i.oinnuuic?,
Captain Howell has the reputation of
an elllclent oineer. 'I lie snip s comple
ment wn as follows: Master, J. D.
Howell; First OIHccr, A. N. McDon
ough : Second Ollleer, A. Wells; Third
Olllerr.J. M. Lewis; Purser, O. lltte.
.ii-.t IVuIulit Clorl:. H. II. lllsley: Chief
h,iij;inet'r, T. lioubtuu; Assitani l-.ni-neer.
I). 31. Masctt: Oller.-s. Tliunia-i
Lesdrane and .1. Uiijrau, dr.; Carnenler,
It. Uirlcksou ; Waleliinan, Henry Xorrls;
siewarti, .i. .Mtirun ; necouti Mewiiru.
II. Jaekson : Steerajre Stewaid,..
McNIchol; l iulCio,.l. M. llfdiKwoitli;
Second Cook, S. .Miles; Third Cuok. C.
II. Wliltili'". linker. Thomas ila.lnv
Porter, it. T. ileXeinaln; Jjtewat dess,
There were also live firemen, four coal
jias-sers. ten seamen, two inessinen, two
liantrynicii and elht waiters.
In the ubfenec of further particulars
Captain Goodall, of Goodall. Xeif-on &
1'erkliij, the owner.-', and many seafaring
men, believe the uhlp met a heavy south
easter, which may be expected there at
this season, "i'liu Pacific won one ot the
best seaboata on the coast. It Is believed
that the survivor nicked ui may be in er
ror as to the late of thootlier boats a-Uhe
steamer was provided with extra lar"c
and cafe lifeboats.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
fJUIE llUl.Mrm la imWIjhcd every morning
(except iloiuluy) In Uie Ilulktla llulhlln?, cor
ner Washington nvenue aud Twelfth street.
Tin ItULLCTtN Is eervcil to city eulncrlbera by
iMthnil carriers ctTtrcnty-Fhe Ctnta a Week,
payuhle weekly. Uy Mull. (In cdTunct), (10 per
annumi six months, Mi three months, W; one
month, (1 23.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l"ubllhod every Thuralny monilng at $1 ill
pe: minum, inrarfuuly in udvancc. 'Hie postajtc
on the Weekly will lw prepaid at this oUlee, so
that aubscrlbera will ohtuln fur a sulnciliitlon
rlee of 81 a year.
Iluihiuaj Curds, per annum, iVj W
One square, one im-rllou, i W
One eture, two insertions - 1 M
One square, one week - W
One square, two nreks 3 U)
One Bquuie, three weeks,- 4 00
Onu tqiue, ono month, 6 00
Ouc s Hare, one insertion, tl 00
I. itch MiUtqiifut Insertion, CO
SJ-One Indi U a square.
E3To teKuiarudverliecrs we offer superior In
ducements, Itoth us to rute ol'chsrKis and man
ner of displaying tl.clr fvors.
Commuofcationa upon ubJeoU of gen
oral IntoiOBt to the publio oltoited.
tJ"Allllu hi n iiWterjihouldbcmMnttbeilto
('nlt'ift Uiilltitlii i'omiMiiiy,
LTKCH ' XOWLETI
Several good Farms and 3,000 aci ta of
unimproved Lauds In Alexander county.
"Winter's Illoek" ulid "Winter's
A largu number of desirable Rest-
dtnees, tuijl I'.MM'llent vacant Lot, sulla
010 ior iiiiricM iicjuhc..iinu resiuenee):.
Rit'lness hone on Levee, lately
copied by Cunningham &Stllwell.
Rusluess house 011 Levee, near Sixth
street, lately occupied by Cross, Cole
man & Co.
WlnterV Rlock--suitable for Hotel,
Olllces or Ruslucfs rooms cheap.
Teueni"iits numbered 1, 7, H and 0. hi
Winter's Row, 5 rooms each, for $10 per
No. 10 (corner), $12 "0 7 rooms.
Cottage on Sixth stieet, near Wash
lngtoii nvenue 1 rooms ?10a month.
Store room In "Pilot House,'' lately
occupied by A. Haltey.
Store sooni lately occupied by Howe
Sewing Machine. Co., on Commercial
avenue, near Ninth street.
Two small Houses west of Twenty
second street, near Plm-, $1 each per
Dwelling house on Twelfth, near
Walnut. 0 rooms. (irS12 ncr month.
Store room on l.evee, above Eighth
street $20 per mouth.
FOR LEASE OH SALE.
V number of Lots 011 Levee, abovi
Twelfth street, oittsidu lire limits. Also
aMarguiiiutnbcr or other Lots hi dlllerent
Lauds, hi trae ta to suit, nrar C'.tlro,
Drunkenness Cured !
Without liicoiiu-nlincc. nt your honif
dote avut tnv to uuy u'lilreii uu iwlpt of onf
I II. IIUIIIiAltl), M I.
Muiiagerbt. I.011U luvbrUtc Iloiiil.
Onlce-llll Olive Stirct, M Iiill
Opium or Morphine Eaters !
Cured without lulu or Inconvenience, ntvour
hulurln todays. Meillelnw for first tlin-c Wi-cUh'
trmtnu-nt tout free lo any uddiet) on rtcelptof
lire dollars. State umount u-til (Lilly
AddrcdD, V. II. llfllll Altl), M. 1).
.M:iuut,'cr St. Iuils luchriiitu llosj.iUil.
Onu-eltll (llhcj-trctt, St. UiuIj.
Obstacles to Marriage.
Happy relief roryounjr men from tin
elfeet of Lrror.- anil Abu-es in early life.
Manhood restored. Impediments to Mar
riage removed. New method or treat
ment. Xew and remarkable remedies.
Hook and Circulars sent free, In cenled
envelopes. Address Howard Anuria
Hon, 41!l N. Ninth ftreet, Philadelphia,
Pa. an luitilutloii ltavlnn u hlh repu-j
tatlon lor honorable conduct and proles- I
elontil skill. fWI-dAwSin
Live Agents Wanted
To sell Dr. Cha-je's Keclpes; orluliir
matlon for Kverjbody, In every county
In thu L'nltcd States and Cuuadas. ICn
larked by the publisher lo 013 pa'es. It
contains over 2000 household recipes, and
is suited to all classes aud conditions of
society. A wonderful book and a house
hold necessity. It sells ut lht. Great
est Inducements ever offered lo book
agents. Sample copied sent by mall.
Postpaid, for $2. Kxelulvo territory
ftiven. Agents more than double their
money. AuMrcs Dr. Chase's .Steam
Printing House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
St. Jo. Medical
iST'Eiliblijli&d asaRefuge from Qaacksrj.
rrUIKonlv place where a sure rurc cau be ie
Xlieduiion l.ttlle is reniirel In the wuy nf
ndirliliiK, us the ieiutution uftlii-liiltntlon
iswellkuoH-u tlirouhout tho Weil Call itml
lie coin liiiKl th.it tli 1 is the l-ircc-it ami run,t
complete iiistltuiion oflhu kind in America for
the euccrnilul treatmi-nt nf nil i lironic Sixu.il,
I'riv.ileaipt Venemil DiaCjKesuf hulh i-excn.i,Hch
ai yiililllH, l,oiHirrhii-a, tilwt, ntrtuture, ltui
turn. Vuricose V'elim. Urcliltla. llubn r.. All
urinary uud ss phllltlc oi;iurrciirial nDVcllons of
tlie inniJi, tkiu or nonei an trc.itcit with tin
'jonoirnira cuiiii in rum
three- to lle day.
M'lilillU cured In fnini llw.
in icii nays uir i.,.mi aiMsciinil, biuliiul
Wrakuwa, .pciiiulorrliteH, Xlcht l.oaes, -ex-mil
Debility und llnpoli-ue.v, I. cm nt' Kexiial
Tower, n the runiltof M-ll-Hbuieln miuIIi, ex
iml exin-i in nutuier years, and til I impedi.
menu to murriaire, permanently cured without
mercurvor any other mlnenil poison, l-utlenta
at n cllntnnee ln-uled by letter -Medicine frnt
eierywheie louuirnicn who hae Ijeeuinc tho
ictitnei ol' i-olliury vice that iltvadlul uud de
slructiie habit which uiinu.dly swn-pi to an un
timely nrae thousands or yotiiip men o the
inostt'Xlleil lali'iits mid brilllmt Intellect, who
wiKht otherwise liaeeiitiaiictdliniiliiKeniite9
with the Ihuuilers of eloquence or wukidto
ecsliicy the IIiIiik' lyrr mu cull ltli full coml
drnie. What u jiily tluil yotiiiK HMD, the hope
of his country, tliedurlluKiif hi paienU sluui.it
be unatcheiltlroin all )imHCI and enjoy
nient4 ol'Ille liy the rou'Hiueiire-i ul ilcvlallng
Irciiu the pulh of nature Mini liidulfrlui; In a cer
tain Kent habit Mich jierMins must, lturt
ciiitiniiUtliiK marruiKe, it fleet that u snuml
mind and body are the most necessary IcquUlits
to promote connubial hanjilues, indeed without
tin-to the Journey llirnunh lll'u become u weary
piiilmai;e, the pro.pcct hourly durkeiiH lo thu
rli-w. the uiiml bicoiues shudoweij with ilc-palr
und lllletl uilh iiielaniliollyretlecllous that the
huppitieM ol'anolh'-r li bliKhtcd with our own
Tn alien lux yotinif men we would say, do not
keep this ecicct to yourcelftind your Hod until
It bus imppcd the vitals uud lert youa wreck ol
humanity, n curse lo yourself uud n burden tn
'oclely. If you in-e entangled in Ihesuaieor
m-11 pollution, or nny priuile dlw-ine, llee.froiii
ltsilistiuctiou,iindnpiily at tit .loH-pli Mi Unu.l
Institute lor trejtmcuf, and beioineonce nioreu
0"Uun-4 iuarnteed or money lellmdeil,
CtA I'emuledilllvullies and lniellmniU to
MiirrlnK'c tre.ited with safttyaml success
S3" A Kieut medical bookuud secrets for ladles
und rtnts. Kent trio for two stumps,
Address St. Joseph Mulloil Instltulc, Kranclh
Street, betweon becoud and Third, M. .Inseph,
A Book for the People.
SA if frit I male mwiicti m vt
large duubitt tolunm imtimiilUAt Mhv
pla'ti" uil nxruvhis. n th niinrat,
morttl uiitllvKHtii'tAUunKilllie nvxia,
llnni. the Myttcrles or Uoprortuetion. Ajo. a unUrd
Ui irtty ua iheiiomditcM villi trii.it ry and Uon
eruiivoOrcaiiutbuihtL'Xff.lnrlicJiiiy mi fwiuiiiif Vrt
Vito, Venoiouliini ChronlaDUckseauf hothSexn. I lie
til ecu i arly Abuse on tbctcxuayilru Anutticuau
Ken ct xt'ti bi-tuio ltff morrluKi, Irtdiity to irc
fiiiack ilvcrtlkii)it but li Cli vnVy popular Hu-fliral Weik
filtluit numubiiK yrfir,.tliu turail the altuvc Jmiuti.
Prlc pir tutrt tJUiiJ In ctttU f l.&o, A l'mu
iililituntlitlMipnuulln-fciinentui' Bportnatorrhf a. giv
luii cuiitfiU urlU abavt orh, miiUii hUi wrHM'r u
M'vi't ol tump. Mu a viuiU Medical Trcatlio wuiliv
THE MEDICAL A BURUIOALINQTlTUTi;
imv.u ;:, yvisw
Bead! Read! Read!
Havo Bcducod their Satire Stock in
DRY-GOODS and CLOTHING-,
To 11 ntc ticvt'i- Ix-fore offcre-l 'in this city. gpt-cUd
hiivic yrni cnn ei ncowi neuyjr
SUIT FOR $6 AND UPWARDS.
in mmm em mmm n cv.rr n mm nm on qualities.
AIjSU in UKISHINQ GOODS I
In our 1 y-Oooth Department rc IIU jjtro
A PRESENT OF TEN YARDS OF THE BEST CALICO
To everybody who Ituya lo the amount or e-t,i dollars.
;')f'ne - otrlnl and we Will rxinvlnce you tliut wc niMti vrlut wc My.Ca
IT PAYS TO TRADE AT
HEILBRON & WEIL'S,
142 & 144 Commercial Avenue.
IN LARGE VARIETY AT
Washington Avenue, or the Levee.
Feather Dusters are indispensible
articles at homfe, in the store, in the
shop and in the office. Every good
Housekeeper knows their value,
and will not be without one. We
are selling them CHEAP to suit the
Call and examine, whether you
wish to purchase or not.
IS TIIE PLACE.
J. BURGER & CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
Fall I Winter Dry-Goods
COMPRISING ALL THE
NOVELTIES oy TH" SEASON
WHICn THEY OFFER AT
AND WHICH nAB CAUSED TIIE
EVER SEEN IN CAIRO.
A LARGE, BRAN-NEW STOCK OF
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS.
Rockwell's Old Stand, 124 Commercial Ave.
nimiw I -it,
both their Stores, Consisting of
nlttntlnn It called to our Uotlilne Uttrtmtiil,