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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Alexander conn! land, (Wo Jot?,
- Ai-hangA for KU Loiil proxrly. I 1
FOH SALE. , r. I
- A niw i fMrofe on eorm-r JlalLrook
hM-nnr mvI Tn-enty-ttilnl utrwt, nt a
The outh hull of tlu PHnf honi at
tmrraln. . . . ' j
Foil IIK.NT. ' ' I
- OikmI two story lrlk tillable rir
tow ami nftliv on Cominerctal Hvrfnie,
'I'twwn FWeiilU HmlU'welfUt. .. j
-BrUk-ilwrlliiijr ftirncrl iiivJiitii
Saloon arvl'tlitiih. oitttiwf t rorn
t F.lglitcentlr utrift and CiHiiirtrrtial
ivomw, at a bargain. .
(Jottajr on Twelfth street, west ol
nmnn-roltil nveiuw, $10.
Dwelling house on CroM Mreet, ww
.( Washington avenue. '
Two Limine. lion(x on liCVfn Ktrwt,
h!kvc Kitflitli, $20 each.
Store room on (Joiiimercial avenue,
3-xt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Coinuierelal ar
rune. Two teticmrnts nuituhle lor shops
Store-room comer Twentieth anil
Poplar stxeeU, $12 50.
Storo room aljoiiitng atwve, $8.
I'p rtairi of liousfloti Commercial av
enue, near l&th Mreet. Suitable for
1 welling, $5.
Tenements numbered 8, and 10
Winter's Kow, 5 rooms eaeh for $10
r tnoittli. ' In Tint- law order.
Orphan Aylum building ami pri-int
vs. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth ami
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various parti of tlw city.
KOK LKASE OB SALE. ' '
Lands, la tract to suit, near Cairo.
' IraMfN I ! More.
Mrs. C. Mclean, our popular Milliner,
ban removed from her old stand on
Eighth street, to Winter's Block, corner
of Seventh street and Commercial ave
nue. With a large store and Increasi-d
facilities. She it how receiving new
goods from Uie different trade centers,
keeping a raueh larrer and more varied
nook on hand than formerly. Buying
goods m larger quantities, the can wll
at much lower prices, guarantying satis
faction In every Instance, both as to her
work ami Uie quality of goods.
A beautiful line of liiiiul-uiiiile hurtl mitl
ulexes for gentlemen, at prices as low iv
tor machine sewed paid elsewhere, at tlm
City Shoe trtnev. (itnUeawn bMilil not
fail to we tiieni lrfore they have a pair
mad'1. A perfect tit mid quality guaran
tee.!. . . -23-lw
For a smooth lmve, a neat and fish
iouahle hair cut, or refreshing chauioo,
KO to F.d. Braxton, at the planters' harbor
parlor. The lxst of perfumeries mid
hair tonics always kept on Imnd. '1 lie
hsth room eonnecteil with this establish
meiit 'a tlie only one In the city, and Is
always kept in the neatest order, ready
for thef-onviileiie of rnatorner''. tl
' 4 nS '
Wihiii: : - 5
MiigU- coid '. A.1 .Vi
Five w.i lots :t as
Co I fAHl4K ASl uio uuuov :
Single ton fct .Vl
Three 3 25
Five " II
Or-lt-r furstuve kuoI will be promptly
tilled. A cholit- lot of kindling on hand
by '. W. Whku fkA Co.
Auir t am
Mr. (iust.iv IVetel having returned
to ( airo, has fitted up his old rooms cor
ner of Klghth strw-t and Commercial
avenue, as a lirst-cla photograph gal
lery, where lie will te happy to we his
old friends ami patrons, as well a score
new ones. All orders in the picture
line will be executed In lirt-cUii style,
and at prices, to suit the times. Mr.
Wetzel still adheres to his old principle,
' satisfaction or no charge.' 8-31-lm.
M. J. McUauley is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s. Tills, celebrated
lor the cure of chilli, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A euro guar
anteed in ull case, lie employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
lie procured at his drug btorc, No. 308
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Trice,
50 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. -10-dlru
We will deliver our best lump coal oi
C. and V. It. It. track in Cairo at $30 per
car load of
This coal has xo bi i-erioh for grates
and household uses generally.
Address nil orders lor coal to
Jamks A. Viall & Co.,
Goo I board can be procured at the
ltailroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow'
ing rates :
f)ay board $3 00 per week.
Hoard aud lodging 4 00 " "
Pespile what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always Hud on tlie
table 'something to eat.'
J. urorn Ntclnnouk.
on Eighth street, two doors from Alex
ander County Bank, is the place to get a
fashionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else lu the barber line. La
dles' and children' hair cut or dressed,
ell her at the shop or their homes.
The oftkers ot the Mississippi county
Agricultural Society, in addition to other
attractions, have secured I. T. Liuegar,
of Cairo, for u speech at Cliarleston on
Thursday next, September 28th. Every
arrangement has bceu made iar the ac
commodation of Cairo people, -t3-5t
QCjf CSf "ft
W are snthoriied to announce .TotlM 11.
KOltIMHit.il as a cannula' for MhtiS of Airs
amlcr ouaty, al Uie eon lax aoawitjr l:tia).
W aM aMOiortsMt tn anaotiars pe tF. K h At ' P,
or an irwwni aaian tor earriir r ai
rxanikreouiitjr, at tbv eaMiaR coontj rkctlun.
STATF.S ATTOKNKV. .
JjiiTon Iti llktir: I'Ii-bm annimnre ftiit I
in a eanill'tateror tbr oflicr of Miiln Atton,iv
lir Alesanler roimty at thr NovciiiImt el-ij-tion.
m. Mi i.ki v. j
We are ainlKirirnl n announre (.KO. W .
IIKNfiltH hS, .IK , an a ranlMat at Die No-vt-mlier
rWi.iiB. fur Hlates Attonirr for Al-i-
( IRt.t IT I.KItK.
We are aiiltioriml to announce Wit, MAM
W . M'l'llKKI KRS a a -anliIal for l ln nit
t lerkof Alexamlt-r ronulv ul the coiuitiir countv
We are autliorl.cl In annonni JOHN O.
IIAHMANa a raniiilulR for the oftn-e of ir-
rtiil rlerk of Alexamlrr rounly at tlie ensuliiK
OHinty elwlion. ' ... .
We are authoriH to unnonm-e JOHN A.
WKKVK as a candnlaK: for the oftiec ol ( irriilt
l.lerk at the Novmiiier eln lion.
WcareaiuhorirH toannonnce W. V. PITCH Kit
a camlt'tate for tie hVe of l.lrenit ilerk ol
Alexaniler rmtity at the .NoveniW election. .
ARCALON LODGE, NO. 61.
Knights of I'ythiaa, mccU every t'rl
lay night at tia)f-et Mtven, in Od'l-
KtllowV JUI1. 1Iob,
OAt.KX ANDKR hOTHiR, SO. M.
Independent Ort of (1-Yi4.
tows, inorla every 'fhurUy nibt
al bolf-iwt aeven. in tbeir hall on
Jonuueri'ial avenue, between hixlh ant! Seventh
tr.-t '. A. 1IKVUKB, O
'MIIKI KNCAMI'MKNT. I. O. O. T., lucta
yin O.l.l-rvilows' 1U1I on the lirelnud third
ut'jy in every uionlh, at hair-iat aeven
A. OiMl""., t P
CAIllOl.oiniK, NO. 217, A. F. A A. M.
Jlolil reirulnr OoinjnunlcaUont In Ala-
xinic Hall, corner Mjfumuial avenae
and Kivlitb street, on the aecwnd and
'ourth Mondav of each month.
KATEft OF ADVER l lfclXU. .
tJAU bills for advtrtiung, arc due and ay
able lit AOVAKCB
Transient advertising will be inserted at lb
rale of II (O per square for tb first insertion
and SO cents for each subsequent one . A liberal
discount will be made on standing- anl dixjil ,
For insertinff Funeral notic 91 on Notice al
lueetinir of societies or secret order SO cent for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper notices
will only be Inserted a advertimiiienta
Xo advertisement will be received at less Uwn
60 cents, and no anvertine merit will be inHertad
for lew) than three dollars per month
LocaU Boaiceaa Notioaa, of
tn line a or more. Inserted
la the Bulletin mm follows :
OoDUMtM CountinsT at ten Llnea.
One Insertion per line - S Cents
Twe insertions per line. .-- 7 Cents
Three insertions per line 10 Cents
Six insertions per line - 16 Cents
Two weeks per line...... 2S Cents
One month per line .35 Cents
No Redaction will be made in abov
Prices.' ' '""i ;
vTEDM:DAY. SKPTKMEEH 2T. 187.
LwriU Weavltaer Sieprk
Caiho, 111., Sqit ItfTfi.
llAK. 111. I WIHn. VkL. WIAT
7 a in.
St rtfciiit, Signal rr ie. I'. S. A .
I .'tea I Prarasa)e.
For Mile, a
lew top buggy and a set of
Apply to A. 11. I avis.
Wanted, a tenant on a fruit farm Miirar
Villa Itidge Station o ttw Illinois 4 in
tra! railro.nl. Apply to IK Akii k,
!i-13-tf Cairo, III.
The business room, CI Ohio icvec
lately oeeiipied by I. Farnbaker, Is va
cant and for rent ; also the cellar and an
ofllce up stairs, in same building. For
particulars npply to Itolu-rt Smyth, W
t)hlo levee. f
A. Black, of. the City iShoo .Storo,
has added a wbolei:ile department In the
houe, wheiein the usual goods of the
trade will be kept, to which he specially
invites the traders ot the City . and vicin
ity. He will duplicate the prices of any
house in the VYet. Terms, btrictly cash.
Mrs. S. WilUunison hits jmt returned
from St. Louis with a full line of millin
ery goods of all kinds, and the thinks
she can supply any and all with any kind
or shape or style ot hat they desire. Call
and examine iter stock before purchasing
elsewhere. l-2-3t .
Ladies aud misses will find at present
the finest stock of stylish bhocs of elegant
make in the city at the City tShoe Store,
Xo. 140 Commercial avenue. Keeping
as they do, otily the very best make, pur
chasers can rely on getting a satisfactory
article. Full guarantee given for custom
work. I'rieea range very low. D-23-1 w
t'harleatou rat 1 1
The St. Louis, Iron Mountain and
Southern railway will sell tickets Irom
Cairo to Charleston and return for $1.50,
good for four days, commencing Septem
ber 25th. Train leaves Cairo at 0:15
a.m., returning, leaves Charleston at 0:15
p.m.' J. C. Zimmek,
Flfili Ward Democrat. Attention.
There will be a meeting of the Filth
wsrd lemocrats at James Carrcll's house
in the Filth ward, on Wednesday even
ing, Sept. 27th, at 7:30, for the purpose
of organizing a iH'mocratio campaign
club. By order of
3t l. II. Coucoiian.
Lyon's Kathaikon makes beautiful,
glossy, luxuriant hair; prevents it (alllug
out or turning gray. It has stood the
test of 40 years. Is charmingly perfumed
and has no rival. 0-10-JAw.
lUGAx'a Magnolia IUiai preserves
aud restores the complexion; removes
freckles, tan and sallowness; makes the
skin sotr, white aud delicate. Its appli
cation cannot be detected, ' 10-ihv.w.
given tirsioi ftctoixT.
E. A. Ul RVKTI.
To-morrow will bo another holiday
with our Jewish friend",' mil all of the
Jewish merchants of the city will su
The Turner's Hall. (
Tlir0U at TurjifrbMl fn JHonUy
Iilgtii-tfi(f.tir4 batl Of lhe i(l.ir Wfi! 6
very pleaniit affair. There wa a very
fair attendance ol the IriewW oft h Tur
ners. - jensins;. - ,
Tl Selden Irwin theatrical troupt" will
arrive hi Cairo within the next lew
week, and remiiiu a short time nt the
Atheiiciim. They are now playiiiJn
1 owa y :?. i v &
t'wr Wle lien p.
The tine dental outfit formerly owned
by I r. 1. L. Williams. For b rms. nn
plvto Mrs. P. L. Williams, Tenth stn-et,
between Washington avenue nnd Walnut
1lth Vitnl rink
P. II. Corcoran invites nil the I'emo
cratiof the Filth ward to meet at Jim
Carroll's house, for the purjiow. of form
ing a campaign Tllden and Hendricks
club. Do not fail to attend.
Wo Ichvw that Mr. 'Andy J. pHngrr,
advance agent ol Kothchild's fcliow, who
is now in the city, will bring that Institu
tion to Cairo about the tilth of next
month, and put the .-tock into winter
Mot i:iiallctl fer KcouoiHy mul Imr
nbllily. Wo will say the Charter Oak Stove Is
giving perfect satisfaction, and we con
sider it a lirst-class stove In every par
ticular, either for wood or coal, und is
not equalled by any stove in the market
for economy of fuol hni durahility.. (31;
Will lis to etmrleetoM.
Tlie t harlettou fair ii attracting the
attention of -many of our citizens every
day. On Thursday, tomorrow, the old
Silver omet band, of this city, w HI at
tend on an invitation from the agricultu
This popular saloon, corner Fourteenth
street and Washington avenue, is open to
the public. The bar Is supplied with
pure wines, choice liquors and the tincst
brands of cigars.
3-25-tf Jos. Ho.vekku,!' rop'
A Hue liplajr.
Mr. William Winter, the photograph
artist of this city, Is at the Charleston
fair, with the finest display of pictures,
it is said, ever before put on exhibition iu
that section ot conntry. Mr. Winter's
headquarters are the center of attraction
for all visitors.
Mualeal Inalranie nta.
The best violin, guitar aud bass strings
in the city and musical instruments of all
kiieis can be obtained of K. & W. Under,
corner ol Klghth street aiid Washington
avenue. They make piano and organs
a speciality. 0-10-tf
.o I Ire !
To the brothers of Alexander Lodge,
No. 221. I. O. O. F., your attendance Is
particularly required at the hall on next
Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock, sharp,
lor the disposition of important and
pressing lodge business. Visiting broth
er are cordially invited to attend.
IIakmox II. Hi. UK, 11. Set")'..
Kenaly for The rmj.
Justus II. t'uuningham, the elegant
and entertaining political orator of
Mound City, was In Cairo yesterday. He
informs us that lie is ready and anxious
lor the time to come wlierv lie -can meet,
Mr. Walder, of this dtyjiri joint discus-'
sioa ot the political issues ot the day.
Xo Longer a Candidate,
The following card was received by us
Cairo, ills., Sept. 18, IS7C.
F.niTon Caiko IUi.lktix : Please
withdraw my name as a candidate for
sherifl of Alexander county at tlie No
vember election. Yours, ltespectfully,
Ot It. A. Komi nosov.
This excellent house, in Anna, is one of
tlie best kept establishments iu South
ern Illinois. Mr. Martin, its proprietor,
a highly cultivated and clever gentlemen
knows how to look after tho comfort of
his guests. Cairoltes should not fail to
give the European hotel a call when
they are at Anna.
M iMtiMipi .Levee.
The city council will visit the Missis
sippi levee this morning, to examine tho
work thoroughly. We understand that
an effort is to made to repair the levee,
but where the money is to come from we
cannot say. The council will go to the
break on the yacht Ariadne, iu order to
have a good look at the banks from tho
To lH t'alro.
We are told that a party of ladies aud
geutlemeu of Carmi, to the number of
about twenty couples, who have never
had tiii opportunity- to look at thU
city, will soon Visit Cairo. They pro
pose making this trip a merry one, und
w ill, while here, give a dance at the St.
Charles hotel, to which they will invite
their Cairo Friends. The idea Is rather
a novel one, but we have no doubt will
prove a success. ' '
Sheriff Iiviu IcJi this city yesterday
afternoon, via. Illinois Central railroad,
for Jolict. llu had in charge . Albert
Staines, who was convicted in Uie circuit
court a few days ago lor stealing a watch
and chalu from liob Bedford, a colored
barber ot this city, fituinea will stay lu
the penitentiary live years. This is tlie
eighth convict scut to tho penitentiary
from hero during the present term of tho
Hew Tllden and llendriettf Hub.
Thtf rv Tildi triil lAiiriaks ftt&
paigu club now teing organized lu this
.city will nodpUbt be abe thiug. aaoig
tho'ty whi are ta(eretlng themselves
most in tliK sTVrecav ihefcliilr! ffC;.
a & ani
Buinliejf IIm HKtlTl'BiiiHHt.. -r
influential Democrats ot tho cit.,
Already a very largo number
of names have leeti obtained, and
tho work will go on until the organUa'
lion numbers nt least two hundred mem
ber". That Cairo Barberne. t
The Tllden and Hendrlekn' Swetpers
held a met tlng at 'their l-ll last nlglit, for
the porposo of di usln g this sn!ij(rt of
a Llg' Ieiiioiath! tiarhvcu-lii Cairo.
Wnnt eonclusiou the Hub arrived nt we
have not learned. A demonstration of
this kind would certainly proyc benelieial
to every busiuess man in our city, nnd be
Im K Mibiiean or Pcniocrnf,' honM sanc
tion and contribute what he can oll'ord to
to insure the suecessof the nflair. The full
proceedings of the club, meeting will lie
gtvt n to-tnorro w. i I i f. X
The following is a list of the teachers
who will have charge of the different
departments iu our public schools during
the coming school year, which opens
onrly is )etobr : MfJ Cii t., Aiyonl,
Miss K. A. Thompson, Miss Amelia
llogers, Miss Nannie McKec, Miss Maroa
Powers, MNs Ktta Pass. Miss Mollic
Uilcyi Jll-se JosicPhillis, Miss Klla Arm
strong, Miss Mary Patterson, Miss Jen
nie Patterson, Miss Lucrecia WaJbridge,
Miss Sarali Mating of Detroit, Michigan,
Mr, CliaVIes Johnson, Mr. James Nott,
Mr. George Tanner and It. A. Pin. Ober
Miiit Come lo Time.
A correspondent of the llvii.cn.N
writes us : " "Crazy Horse' Shaver says
he lias given notice to his party mana
gers in Cairo, Col. McKcaig and Mr.
Fisher, that iu case they desire him to
run for the ollicc of county attorney, they
must publish a call iu the Cairo -Sun,
signed by tlie mo.st influential ol the col
ored racv suuhf as 11111 Scott, Judge liird
and Jim Orange, who are to give him
written assurance they will hand over to
hiinnU the negro votes iu the couuty;
then in answer to the call (published in
the Sun) lie will announce himself as
a candidate, flinging to the brccu the
bloodiest thii t ever looked upon by loyal
eyes, and do all in his power to bring
about at least one case of '.southern out
rage' in Cairo before election day,"
It will lie remembered that on the
night the Til Jen and. Hendricks pole
was raised on Ohio levee, thieves entered
the clothing establishment of Mr. Peter
NefT aud stole four line coats, besides
some other articles of less value. Al
though the jtolicc made every effort to
ferret out tlie perpetrators of the theft,
no clue to them could be gained, and Uie
matter was dropped. A few days ago,
however, Deputy Sheriff Johu Sbehan
learned that the negro Charley Stewart,
who was convicted and sent to the peni
tentiary last week for stealing two
watches and two revolvers from Pat
Fitzgerald was the tbief, nod that he had
deposited the goods with a negro wo
man, who lives in the corral, lie called
upon the woman nnd succeeded in re
covering one ot the coats, with fair pros
pects of getting the balance before many
Mrs. Stitcs, ol Vicksburg, Mis.s., was
at the St, Charles yesterday.
Judge Mertz, of Mound City, spent
yesterday with his many friends in this
Mi.ss Gtissie Ualston, of HarrNhurg,
was among the guests at the St. Charles
Among llu prominent arrivals nt the
fit., Charles yesterday, was Xavler Fau-
gon, a prominent I renchiiian ol New
Orleans. 1 1
Mr. Joseph Xash, contracting ngent for
the Cairo and Vineennes railroad, with
headquarters nt Memphis, was in Cairo
Mrs. W. P. Wright will return to Chi
cago shortly for the purpose of complet
ing her musical instructions at the con
servatory of musle iu that city.
Mr. A. J. Lnudrum and Mster, ot
Bradford, Miss., were among the visitors
on their way to the centennial, who were
guests at the St. Charles yesterday.
Mr. T. M, Mathins, wife and servant,
ot Kadford, Texas, who are on their way
to tha centennial, spent yesterday in
Cairo. They registered at the St.
Mr. II. II, Miibum, who has spent two
weeks at tho centennial, returned to his
post iu the ofllce of the St. Louis, Iron
Mountain aud Southern railroad yester
Box aud llaaket factory.
We us aud a fat judge walked into
that placo yesterday and discovered a
perfect hive ol Industry. We tho judge
aud oursclf were completely buzzed be
yond endurance. We saw no placards
"No talking allowed here," and there
fore attempted to interrogate a email
boy, who pointed tor 1'U car:, intimating
tbaSaO'hail beeir- tn.ed leaf, ami
wouldn't stand any more of it. Wo then
dodged a few saws, aud tackled a friend
who was wrestling with a log, and with
benming countenances .made signs that
we were out on a friendly scout and
would like to "jiuo" him lit some uiall
talk, lie bliook his head and wrestled
tho log with more vigor. Mtinn, the
foreman who , thinks , the rod
horse of the lU i i ktin can't run worth u
cent, came iu just iu time to duvo our
lives. He also was too busy to talk
much, but said if we would call nrouud
some .other time Ju the dim future he
would put a log lu that invention of his
aud cut us out a good Tildeu aud Hen
dricks club. We left satisfied that Mtiuu
was a brick if lie wasn't a good judge of
f r1 frb J $tf Jgo to
Henry Wiutcr on Commercial avenue.
He receives them from llaltimore daily,
aa d.attVrs tftiic txabQd at t4 very
low est pi ices.
I lie mul '!. evening vertices iM
church of e J.edcemcr wifl hereaffei
begin at hal f-allcr o'clock Instead of 8
U is related oi' David Warrick that he
' dropped n shilling, nnd raised
-. -.tss ovir it. Foote, the aetor, be-
gnaii. TBt, exclaimed: ! wonder
ing pre nm KOncyM ,.(.onfl (o Uo
wnere n . kil Oarriek. "Trust you,
devil . grow. , ailmng RO iutthn
;,"" . l Mortol Foot.,
than anybody Hs Tiinds one of It. t.
llahbitt s best, soap, wi. , j
thiin ntiy other in the won-. ' I
The severe whiter, folio wi. ''
rainy, dtihioui spring nnd sum.
this 'year, has had effect. Cons. . "
tloti threntons to regain its old d rem u
Mgiiilicauce. From its first faint symji
toms, through Its harassing Inter stages,
Hall's r.als.un for the Ittng mu-t bo
called tlie consumptive's friend. It
bloe-d relief give night of pence- (n
trend of hacking cough, snbdiios dreaded
night sweats, and changes the weak, ir
ritated feeling through the chest to se
rene atmugtli. , For sale by all druggists.
Price, 00 per bottle. (21)-wlt
Ten o'clock, a. in., September tli,
170, at tho residciitse ot
on Seventh street, between Washington
avenue ami Walnut street, consisting of
parlor, dining-room and kitchen furni
ture, solas, wardrobes, limst of China
ware, cxrpcU, ornaments, etc.
2t WtMt.n S Stfwaim-, Am:!.
Ho! For St. Louis Fair.
Il.t.tVOIS CKVltiAt, 11. 1!. Co ,
Cairo, III., Sept. Li;, 1S76. ;
To persons w ishing to attend the St.
IiOtiis Fair, commencing October 2d, we
will sell cxcuiilou tickets to St. Louis
and return, at 7.'J0 ; East St. Louis nnd
return, at $C.C0. Commence sale of
tickets September 30th ; good to return
until Oetotw r 1Kb, inclusive. .
Giicral Southern Agent.
J. II. Jo.vi:s, Ticket Agent. 'J-2'J-(;t
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE!
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
I the Grand Old
Which, lias stood the test Of 40
There is no sore it will not Heal,
nrfc T.amAnAaa i f nrill nnt v. n
che, no Pain, that Afflicts the ilu-
man ooay, or tne body or a Horse
or other Domestic animal, that
doea not yield to its magic touch.
A bottle costing 26c, 60c. or$l
has often saved tne life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
Horse. ' v
stoiiiliern Uiafrlrt orillinois. SS. At C.iiio Uie
I'. Hi ilT or Aumiat. A. 1- lsTL
,'i'ne undersigned lierliy;ivec aotle of
u s uppoinuneDi as asigiiee or w atson is.
Kockwcll, late of 1'alro, in the County of
Alexander and Prate ot Illinois, within aalil
district, who Iim Iteen adjuilu'l bankrupt
upon his own petition bv tlie'dlstriet court
ot iaid district. UKu'UGK KIsUKIt,
Aug Kd.iw Assignee.
To whom Pensions are
t A TT KVBRV, soldier
r f f flayrmmi n. whil, tba UM
aad diaenarga ot duty, either by anoldont or
oiharw laa, ahould baro a permloo. Tbe loaa ot
Sngar entitle jn to a pension. A ruotai
BO matter now ingot, aiTea you a peuion
Tbe loaa o( a toe
i you a pernios.
Tbe loaa of an eye c lvea yoo a peniioa.
who are now drawing a pension, are Jmtly pnu.
tll to an InereaM. tT T l"'!' V ?f
iaSendlstamp&DUU Si IXu
XoroopT of Penaion and Bounty Acta.
AJdrp. H. FITZGERALD
CnitM State Claim Airnt, ISDimArOLls.lNn.
XUTOn aU ltun mark P. O. Box M..JM
lnMiulalnl uimiouuttkii adrrrllMtatab
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th St. and Commercial Av,
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
NlrrvfM, 4 111.
I ImrU'ruJ ly lite
huU) ol' liiinuia
lur tlie i'iiiv
i.urpofc ul givinff
iniimilmiu rl i I
n all rn uf rival, rlirouii', aixl iiiin:irv M
avasrii in all llwir '.inlirilil l'iinn. Ii i,
inuwuUiMl UrvJaiiMM iiaa lod 4 Uw hai ol
tiiu uroliiiin for tlie l t -J" va. Ak and
tlTiti''Hn-all-l!UjiUiit. liriMlMMl Hak.
ttuaa, Migbt Ixaw iy dM-ain limplra oil tl
iaiw. hull iiiauliuuil, cMi iMM.ilivly be raiwl
ili wautiun Uio luitot ilclU'ale attvution, ell
or rile. I'luuaut buwa for iwlieuu. A lMk
lor Uie million. ntairiaK tiiutle, wlii. li tvll
you all about lUefdunnin wbo h.ul J niarr
vwhv not w uU to pay iHMUitfe. Ur-Jaiiu
ha room and parlor.' You no our but
tbe doctor oiHw hmir, a iu. lo 7 iu Huu
tUya, W to lit U buiae atrii-f lv rol'liu
Ul' t Irllln t.t mi m. . .
Slider (Vmnif ln . ' "J1"' AlfX
favor o( Hernard WrMamis an. aini.
Jam-, A. Fry, I have levied t.pm, Uw loi
owinjr .lescrtbed propeity, in llrA Ad.n "
Ion to the City or Ca ro, Vn tha Countr ot
tenthpr. a. ii. is-' ?u"y-.
o'.lri,.L a t ,r 'T"1 'cven
aa IUI tdlll. II lOlllf am. .1.1
r Wiu0f -i,i,r I'miiity, liiii'iula.
iro,lin., Anaust Sfl. ls:o'. ,u,i
or oil I.ihIi j,
vi'ai,. si iilrufionn i..i,ly
itos. WlLso,,o,1,n,ivi('m r..
t tlulli lay lii-OH.' fiith-r.
,Slpt. ,'i ''
Mrs. C. McLean,
WI rJ TJGIX iU BIjOCIC
l..K'.h tilni k uf .Millnii-ry uinl Kanry
lioods. A lirt-cliisi .Millimry More iii
HAVE TOU TRIED
For v bo in Summer and Winter.
Makes cliillios fk-iin, swit't niut very wliili
WITIIOL'T UolLlN'U ur C. t.DIXfi.
No Rough Hands !
No Yellow Clothes !
No Wash Boiler t
No Steam in tho House 1
t.u.irautiTd mi'ltr j pumtliy not to in
jure c!oilics, tiii-1 superior for Toilet nud feliav-
Sold at Stoiv, or u r.imily paeknfee will be
sent, exjiress churf piviiaid, on receipt of one
dollar ond fifty cents. One reliable dealer
wuutcd ut every proiniaent point a ugent, with
whom a liberal arranjieiueut will be ma le.
T. H. BIDDAIX,
aiiRi.'-diwJm VJfl Market St.. l'liil.i.
A 8MB WASTED
afcdb Event at the.
to aell the New
ANI) THR TAMSATaH r c iu-o
4ut Itie book lor tlie time, Uives a lull liiMoiy
ofthe Natlontil I apitalnml Government. Miow
liow the K"vernment hns lieen miinanl ninec in
organization. Explain how iob are nut
throiiirti eoiiKrei. lilves a lull liinlory of the
bibky frauds uud lielknap 8c:uidul. It (fives
the live3 of Have. W lielei- Til, I en Mtol 1 1 ....
drieks. Urand clumce for Ape iiU. Addiv-H,
-IT-'w .1. ft I'll MHKH". M. Tnultf.M.
Enirlish UrusseU, Three l'ly and lnirrain,
lno, Stair t'rirt, elvet Kiiffs, Crumb
. Cloths Oil Ctotbs. ctr., verv cliiaj
at tlie old ri.ice
112 PULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets earctully yaikud und t-ent to anj
part Ofthe United States tree of oUitri;e.
rj-sNo:roR price list.
7-4-lr. J. A. BENDALL.
j, Tor Niile.
I5y order of fhe County CnminiMsioneiii of Al
rxaniler county, there ill le ottered lur Mle, a
pulilie auolinn, at Tbeix--, on the rti'lli day of
Sejit., IT: nt 11 'eloek, a.m., tlie old Co irt
Home, ineludinrthe irnMimN on which it imiin.
utal, UeiiK'naleil ami known aa the i'ublic
.Hnir. lernw of Hip sale: Kali or roiinty
llidebtednes. U. W. SAJl.M'lX-, Co. Cmn'r.
Caiiw, ept. H, 1-Ti,, ,
Fifty rfnts, at Wintf-r' (Jnllorv. '.
' " IH SAHKBUPTCY.
Ill the Kutilcl t'-olirt of til rnitcil suten, lur ihe
oiiineru ui.-iiiKl ol llluioi", Jo bankruptcy,
In ihe inalter of MieJuuil ileilbioii .i l;nii,ir,l
roiire m nereiiy (tlvni Hint a petition has lieen
llleil in ii I court hr Kaid Alii hai l lleilliron and
lterard Weil of ( uiro. in lliu couutv ol' Al. .
uinler, in baid diatriot, duly dwlarul bankrupt-
uimer uie a i in euuicreaii oi Jiurcli -nu. Id,
for a Uiseharue and eertilliule iln iHf, from all
their debt', and oilier claims provable uuiler aid
art, tin! Ihut the J7lh day of oeli.her, H7ti, ut
eleeu o'eloi'k a. ui . i int-iiK'nud lor tlie lieuriax
of the Mime by the tiuitl court, at Hie I'nited
htute l ourt room in the eiry of PpriiiRtleld,
when and where all creditor of Miid biuikruot
and ull other ":riiu in interest, limy allend and
ii i.iune, 'i an iuuv n.tve, Hiiy ine prayer tl
"aia iniiiiuus tsilouiu not e grauitu
liKO. V. ll(jWi:X, Clerk.
I.ineirar A f jinnilau, Htlornev lor petitionei'.
Ituteit r-iniilirlb-bl. 111. , Sepi. IK, A. I, leT'i.
Will, of ourt', winti to oe nil the bights
ooiiifortaldy nnd cheaply. To thU end the
CANADA SOt T1IEKN U'V COMTANY
lmi., tbrour;U iti I'oiinertiun in tlie We
and Morthwot, i"l:ued on halo a l.uve
nuinborof 'lot iiifiis' Kvti'ii.-lux Tickkts
at greatly reduced rate, ly which i)a:ieii
ger can not only tiit the Centennial Kx-
luhitlon ut rhlliideljdilu, but I'lin, iu addit
ion, visit the principikleatU rii eitien.vvitU an
opportunity of Mopping ut any id tho .teat
niituiier oi i:iinou retort ui cw i nrk
and roiiulv:iiiia. 1 lie C ANADA S?Ol' i ll
Kit N is the only line Irom the west runniu;
oireony to .Ma-ar;! ralln. ulvliii pavseii-
kit, irom me ii sin. a won lerlul pauoramie
View ot the MltiltTV I'A'i'A ItAC'l',
IIOHSKSlltK FALL, the littKAT
UAI'll'S, und landiti!; them directly nt the
i' nil-, l liu truck ol tlie t;.. ap.v uc iii-
j: It N i un air line, l;itd with ttcci luil ul
the heaviest pattern ; there are no curve
or'rade; wood is iiu'd lor lui l; Couches
are furnished witli the iiielicll I'atcn
'etiti!ator, elisiiiic i n In t lr jcdoiu from
dust. Wi'h it complete tvrteiii of limiiif-
cent l'AKLOIt K1.LKF1NU AM IHIaW-
NtJ KnoM C.MtS from C1IICAUU
UKl'KolT ANH TUI.KDO, and iu udmir.
able connection ut MAUAlt.V FALLS
AND III FFALO with the NEW VOIJK
t'KNTUAL AMI FK1K RAILWAY:, the
Canada Southern U last becoming the
FAVOKllKLINK IO iUKKAsl'. Tickets
in thin popular lino cau bo procured at ul
ollicc ot eounectiiiliuek, or at tltk com
puny' own odice.
au iiiiuiuiaiion otti dc oui;uncu by mi-
ili essiiiK Fit AN K K. KNOW.
Uea I l'a. and ticket A" t. Uhkoii.
, Highland Park, Ul.
A t olleim mimI treuirMtory lukll
liiliou fr ltUle).
Vull M'iuu U-kiu K-pleiulivr i"tli, !"".
Ctmr-e of lu dy UiuioukU uud tkmli-.l. lur
fueililk' for Uiisic, lrin Juu.l I'aimlijg
Ma illicit, Moral aud Health, of the fli.i iiujiur
lance, Colitite builtlloK eoiuiumlioii , nd
well nirutlie4. No room for pupil above iw
UighU ol abur- lAMNitluk attraclite. TN.h.
uko have ouiupli ted their indiuary nhool r.lu
inUou ele hr limy bv rneittd to poi.ue mir
hivlier cHieM viln tMtbU admuliij. Lit
WARJU 1'. WK-SiOSi. Va-.nt.
wi. ..k I V .. " "um"ere(irorty-seTcii (47)
tnir ill iiiinniM
To Hrlda nmltler.
north nf I hi.i... i , 8 "vk.tn-o t. 1 1.
Cu.ro and Jtl,ln, l"e
nIJoiiewlM.ro riind.Tiv ff!!. ? ' tniro
I'.kI. : , ' ""ii ior nn
HI III I r, ,
Sich Black Silks
M.Mlfi.lel,rH,dl.vi.n I ..,
' . t K'lic.l iron, K h;
At V, i'JI l.t"l.,M'"""' lr'"
Plain Cclcred acd Faissy Siih
At flop ltedtlred from Mil fi.
At HI IUI lU-dmvd liicii Ml 21
At HI a.1 lliiee.1 rnmi a) ,v.
At Hi .U RmIiiiV)) IW.m HI
InCuiiH'i'M Hair, I hevioli. nn.l 1 ..rn.iw i,..
bleed In 7 i, wi, mi rent J, Imin
$l n, oo. " '
Popular Dress Goods
In New mid KiiHtiioiialtle Faiiriet nn.l ( ,, t
I2! lteilileeil from lHei
I He Kislueetl I'rom !,-;
'i'ii: Kelucel liotn :io ;
J.lil Ueillli'tJ Ironi :l7e;
tWi', I ..I 111. I pi iew RO.' .i .Vie.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
'I and $1J", I'oiimily
2r. nnd i e.
2nd (curie, tt SSrA
ii"' mid J..O
ltf.iure. IV. in j '.I,
LLAMA, WW I ww mm
AO'I t'i'.- Kedined iLHilti I.,
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The tatest I'm-u Sylii fnm lil I'pwai'1. eni
brui itiif Hit choicest uoveltie. at
; - . K NoKU'il S IIVM ( TlOS, '
Ladies' and Ckildreria Un-lerwcar
All Jiuiueiii ;Uu-k of M,.t Uvaiitil'i.l i.i. I
All at Very re.it Kcluelion.
I.nilii'', ( hil.ll'Oli'e mul (iCIttlcllb'll'.-t
The ltet KiikIUIi. Krcnch aud lievmaii
A U Mai Leu at Lowest Posi-ihle I'rice.-.
Are lUnoutlily ktOikoU w ith ihe .hvt
'ood, n 1 he tow est puekatre price. Heau
lil'ul Aiiiuricuo luioti t Dc. and Ce. per
yard ; ktutiduril blcuvuetl good at 10.-;
Lonsdale Khirtfn? ut tOe ; New York
.Mil's. IJlo ; ,Vt s.Jll;t!i.-, at
In alt the Various tirade, .itT Harj,':ilji.
Ill Carpel ings
(Which o krip ut the (iraud Street tor
oulj'l, we are oilcriii Kiilia audAmtri
can tupelileii m l. fotiucr juice l I.';
body lli'iiiel nt 1 " '. toruier jirice t N';
all-vvo I iu:r j al Tee . loruitl iiL'u, W.V.;
Itircofiiy iuaruiri at il iwimi uwe.
)rT to; oil-vToih kl :i.n-. to 7oc ; loiiacr
prices, 5i)u. to b?e.
Sample of unit catalogue of I.
.lie' and iuitea' uiu mid luu4ia uudcr.
mat, uud iul'auU'outuU, ut Ire of charvu
u ail net ton of tho I ulted MaW.
Kulc tor s. ll-iucamcuiut wiit ou api.ii.
cat'oo to all parUol tho eouutry.
Order lor gocd of all klud will be care
fully atteudud to, and ta good packed
and lorv arded w illiout cliurge jmiS-w .'ui
Broad wa and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.