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J. O. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
Ali'iandrr countj lands, Cairo Mn,
uinngo for St. I.oul property.
f OB HA I.E.
A flnn roplJonre on roriif r llallrirk
unm niul Twenty-third titovt, at a
TIM! Hltllll llHll ll till' "I'ilf.t" IlKtlst! Ht
fOK It K N'T.
Stvirul flue room In Winter's block.
- Uooi! two itory brick suitable for
.ore ami oftlc on CointiKTchil avcini",
.ttwpcit Llcvcnth ami Twelfth.
-Brli k dwelling corner Nineti't nth
Saloon .mil llxturcp, southwest corn
er Eighteenth etreut nn Commercial
ivcnne, at a barg.iiu.
dwelling houe on fro Mi eel, wes
of Vanliington avcnu.
Two busintfM bout-en on Levee street,
above fcitfhth, $20 each.
Store room on Commercial avenue,
lext to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story bout on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements suitable lor shop
a tul residences.
Store room, corner Twentieth nul
stairs of boue on Commercial av
enue, near 1Mb street. Suitable for
Tenements iiiimbcred 8, 'i And 10
Winter's How, 5 rooms each for $10
iut month. In flrM-olaes order.
Orphan Asylum building and rui mi
es. Kent low, to a good tenant.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Kooins In various part ol the city.
r Oli LEASE OK SALE.
Lands, In tract to suit, near Cairo,
The "Irflia Trull."
A spicy sketch descriptive of a trip
over the Atcbinson, Tonka and .Niiitn
Fc railroad, the beauties, M-cnery and
pleasure report of the Kot ky Mountain,
by "N'yin Crinkle," the musical and
dramatic critic of the New York HVW,
;nt frw: on application, together with
the San Juan 'iuult, map? and lime
I tabic ol this new and popular route
from Kansa City and Atchinson to
ll'ueblo, Denver and all points In Col
orado, New Mexico. Arizona and the San
iJuan Mines. The fine.it line of I'ullmau
IsieepeM on the continent between the
IMNourl river and the Kocky Mountains
without change. Special round trip
Itourists' tickets lrotu the Missouri river
Ito Denver at f 50, good to ttop oil at all
T. J. A xi Kit 4ov,
General IWoenger Agent,
Rrmoird lo .New Mlr.
Mr. C. McLean, our popular Milliner,
lias removed from ber old stand on
eighth street, to Winter's Itlock, corner
f Seventh street and Commercial avc-
Iiue. Willi a large fctore and increased
n ilitiis. She Is now receiving new
1,'oods from tlto difl'ireiit trade center,
.it-ping a much lart'er and more varied
tock on hand than formerly. ISuying
rood in larger quaLtitic", fchc can sell
It much lower price, guaranti;ing atis-
Lction in every instance, both a to her
pork and the quality of good.
For a smooth Miave, a neat and f.isli-
mable hair cut, or refreshing champoo,
o to Kd. Braxton, at the planters' barber
arlor. The best of perfumeries and
air tonics always kept on hand. The
i itli room connected with this establish-
Lent is the only one in the city, and Is
I ways kept in the ncatot order, ready
r the convenience of customer. tt
luiglecord M 50
live :ord lots 3 25
COAL l'AKAlIK A'l BIG VI CO I' Y :
ngle ton $3 50
hree ' 3 2j
liye " w
Orders for stove wood w ill be promptly
II. -d. A choice lot of kindling on hand
C. XV. WllhKLKK & Co.
Aug 4 '2in
Dinti-let Hrhool l.leellon Xutire.
Notice is hereby given, that on Satur-
ky. the Seventh of October, t.ext, at the
Ihool house, on Eleventh frtrcet, district
U. 1, in township No. 17, range 1 west,
lexander county, Illinois, an election
ill be held for one member of board of
Iucation to till vacancy for said district,
hlch election will be opened at ten
dock, a. m., and will continue open
Ltil four o'clock. . m., of the same day
Illy order of County Superintendent o
llbliC ScllOOl. V HOKBB A. TAVI.Olt.
IDated Cairo, Sept. 27, 170.
iropenu Hotel nod Reataurnul 11.1
nay ssoitraera vtnuieu.
Il'lie European hotel and restaurant,.
lar the comer ol Sixth street and Coin-
rcial avenue, will open October 1st,
76. Terms, $t 50 per week. This Is
excellent place for families to get oys-
I, which will 'je served In any style
-ired, together with all other choice
tbles the market aflords. Boarding on
I. European plan. Tureu tickets for $1.
ve me a call. For board aud lodging
juire on the premises.
-2S-2w Mks. II. Wai.kkk. Fro p'r.
IVe w ill deliver our best lump coal on
and V. It. II. track in Cairo at $30 per
I bis coal has NO Ki'i'CKlon for grates
ll household uses generally.
Address all orders lor coal to
James A. Viam. & Co.,
IIknkv Slack, Agent at Cairo.
A. tt. II.
Itemember the Aucicnt Order of III-
tnians' ball to take ulaee at Bchecl'a
ll ou the evening of October 23d.
liiher time nor money will be spared
Inake it a success, aud a ideasaut ocea-
ji tor all who wUb to participate in the
W ? iilhorizml to announce .TitllN II.
ItoHINM'.N MacaniliiU'tfiir Mirnffof Ales
nilr oiuDty, t the romina onunty rleriliin.
We re ullinriMl tnnnrtinrePK.l KKMAl'P,
for mn lnJeieniIrnt rnlell fur HkmlTer Al
usti'kr county, ut lite rneuinn county eln tinn.
Kiiiios III Li.mii:-I'lriie un.)iti. that I
mu rin'li.Utt: fur Ibe oUiie ut tmwi A (turner
lr Altiunlrr cmnly ( the Novemtier elec
tion. Wm i:, Mclkit.
Wa re ntliorii to announce I..KO. W.
HtM'KK hs. Jit . m (nlldtr kt the No
emler rlea'iion, f..r Htalei Attorbey for Ali
1 1 (Kill (.LERK.
We re mithorlzcd to announce WILLIAM
W. M'l'llhfc. I M:S ( can'ii'lite rr Circuit
lei a of Aleianiler ciunty at the cnuiiDa county
W are aulhorUl to announce .IOHV Q,
HAIOIANa acaiiiii'lateforthe oflice or Cir
cuit clerk ol Alumi'ter county at the eniuing
We are authorl.e 1 to announce J"!t A.
KKtVK k acanili'late for the oOlce ol Circuit
Clerk at Uie Noveiuber election.
Wt areauihorizol to anoounre XT. F. PITl.'MKR
a cnoillilate for the oflh e of Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county at Hit Xovemhrr election.
roU i.OLSTV CUMMI9SIONLK.
We are nuthorize-1 to announce Martin Drown,
of Thelie, a a csndidute lor County i;orriiui
ionrr of Alexumlcr roiiuty at theriuuiiiK cuunty
V ASCALOX LODGE, NO. SI.
' Knipht 01 rviniu, mis erery rri-
; -i r ni?ht at hll-pa.-t aeren, in M(1-
n1io' iuh iiowi,
jr c banctfllor Comnuiniler.
AI.KVANDER I.niUE, NO. U.
Indeitflent Opiw of M-Fel
tJff lowi, MiMUeTery 1 buriflay niKht
at hairHuit aeveii, in their hall on
'iiiii.i-rricl m -r, ne, tK'twn ixth an Seventh
-u X. A. Uirj.a, N li
"lllll" K.Vf AMI'MKXT, I O. O. r.. meets
.Jit eli-l'tilow' Hull on the flrat and third
u:) in every month, at haJf-ptw-t seven
A. Comsuf, C V
A ' CAIKOLOIXiE. N0.2.T7,A.r. A A. M.
Jl'jl'l reifulur cyjimnuniitiona in Ms
XJi'iiiic IUII, comrr Coinrnercial avenue
' an'l HiKhth atn-et. on the secon'l and
nrUi Monilar of each month.
R.4TRS OF AUVCBriMI Sli.
I-A 11 bills for atlvertiainf, are due and py
ahle i autaxi i
Tranaient xUertiainK will te inaerteil at the
rate of f 1 per Kjuare for the first insertion
and oeiiU fur each aulNietiuent one A liberal
discount will be made on Handing and did
For inaertinK KuritraJ notice l 00 Notice ol
meeting of aocieties or secret oplrrs cents for
Church, Society, I'tuUval and Sujiper notis
will only be inserted aa advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
6o cents, aud no a-ivertiftement will be inserted
for less than three dollars ir month
fi L.oca.1 Business Notlcaa, of
jffir " ten lines or more, Inserted
In the BulleUu as follows :
Commence Countinir at ten Lines.
One insertion per line.- . 1 Cents
Two Insertions per line .. 7 Cents
Three insertions per Una 10 Cents
Six Insertions per line 16 Cents
Two weeks per line ..26 Cents
One month per line 35 Cents
No Reduction w 111 be mads in abOT
J-IMDAY. OCTOBEK C. lfCC. :
luteal Weather, Keport.
Cairo. III., Oct T.
7 a ni.
JAM ES WATSON,
SiTilraiit. Siniial Service. I. 4. A .
Ooltitice tor Kent,
Situated on Tenth street, between War
nut and Wah:nton, No. 30. Possession
given first of October.
E. A. Ut BXETT.
St. I.ouia t'nir I
The St. Louis Iron Mountain and
Southern Hallway will sell excursion
tickets from Cairo to St. Lou'u and re
turn at $7.20; ood until October 9th.
li-30-Ot J. C. Zimmkh, Agent.
- The best violin, guitar and ham 6triiijrs
in the city and musical instruments of all
kinds can be obtained of E. 3t W. Buder,
corner ot Eighth street and Washington
avenue. Tlu-y make pianos and organs
a epecialily. t-lu-if
J. ocurje hieinliouae.
on Eighili street, two doors Irom Alex
ander County Dank, is the place to get a
lafhionable hair cut or a smooth shave
or anything else in the barber line. La
dies' and children' hair cut or dressed,
either at the shop or their homes.
The St. Louis, Iron Mouutain
and Southern Railway are now run
ning a train leaving Colum
bus at 7:10 a.m., arriving at Cairo at 9:50
a.m. Returning, leaves Cairo at 2:50 p.m.
arriving at Columbus at 5:10 p.m. Fare,
fl.50. Sept. 20 Ct.
P. Hielbro u has just arrived from St.
Louis with a fine stock ot Dry Goods
and Clothing, boots and Ehoes, hats
cap, etc., which he will sell at astonish
ingly low prices. Give him a call, and
convince yourself ot the truth of this
statement. His goods are all fresh.
For sale, a new top buggy and a set of
new harness. Apply to A. II. Irmn.
Wanted, a tenant ou a fruit farm near
Villa Ilidge Station on the Illinois Cen
tral raUroad. Apply to I. Aktkr,
t 13-tf Cairo, III.
A 11 lab Kuatoraeiueul.
Elaine, the family safeguard oil, man
ufactured by Warden & Oxnard, Pitts
burg, Pcnn., was awarded first premium
at the Centennial exhibition as the best
aud tatot illuminating oil. For sale by
A good store room In Juhn Kcesc's
brick building, on Twentieth street, near
Washington arc.iue. Also four good
rooms suitable lor dwelling house iu
same building. Kent reasonable; apply
ou the premises. 10-Miu
Meeting of tha "Tildn and
ricks Reform Club,"
tit Ofncem F.leelert. f;tr.
Notwithstanding the fact that Wednes
day night was very rainy, muddy and
generally disagreeable, there was an Im
mense crowd present at the first meeting
of the member ol the new campnign or
ganization, the 'Tilden and Hendricks
IJeform Club," which was held at
Kluge's hall. There were representatives
of every ward in the city present, among
whom were some of our mot prominent
A few minute before seven o'clock
tho National band played several
lively pieces at the corner of Sixth and
Commercial avenue, having the effect
to draw a large crowd, which after the
music had closed, adjourned to the lull,
where the band played another tune, and
the meeting was called to order by
Judge Bros, who after making a very
appropriate anil neat speech, nominated
Mr. It. II. Cur.iilnghaui lor temporary
chairman ol the meeting, which nomina
tion met the approval ot the entire crowd.
Mr. Cunningham advanced to the chair,
and after expressing bis gratitude for the
honor, took his seat amid deafening
Mr. Cyrti? S. Oberly was nominated by
Judge Bross as temporary secretary, and
notwithstanding his protestations, Mr.
Oberly was elected by a unanimous vote,
and took his seat.
Judge Bross again took his seat and
nominated lor president Hon. John II.
Mulkey, which drew forth a storm of
cheers and applause, and Mr. Mulkey
was declared elected by a unanimous
John M. Hogan. one ot our most en
thusiastic; and sound Tilden and Hend
ricks Irishmen, then arose and nominated
for vice-president, Judge Bross ; and
Io Kleb, one of the German band of lie
formers, placed in nomination Mr. Her
man Meyers. It was then suggested that
two vice-presidents were needed, and
both the nomination were accordingly
Mr. Charles M. Howe, of the commit
sion firm ol C. M. Howe fc Bro was
nominated and unanimously elected sec
retary, after which Mr. Cunningham, in
the absence of the president, Mr. Mulkey,
surrendered the chair to Vice-President
Hross and Mr. Oberly as temporary
chairman gave way t Mr. Howe.
Mr. Bros, upon taking his place,
made quite a lengthy and forcible speech
which seemed to be just what the entire
crowd wanted to hear, for he was very
frequently and loudly cheered. After he
had finished, the National Band played
the Star Spangled Banner, and again the
election of officers was resumed.
John M. Hogan was nominated for
treasurer. This nomination was also the
caue of a tumult of applause, and Mr.
Hogan was declared elected by a unani
mous vote, lie accepted the nomination
In a brief but decidedly appropriate
The next quctiou settled was the ap
pointment of a night for the regular
meetings of the club, and Monday
night was chosen as the proper time.
After this question had been settled,
Wm.tJ.McGee was called on for a speech,
and responded. His speech wbs very
well received. Mr. McGec was then fol
lowed by State's Attorney Mulkey, who
was loudly called upon.
'Mr. Mulkey, upon taking the floor,
said that in the absence ot his lather, who
had beeti nominated by the club as its
president, he would take upon himself the
responsibility of thauking them for him.
He then proceeded to make a speech of
considerable length, which was pro
nounced excellent throughout.
Alter Mr. Mulkey had concluded, the
meeting was adjourned, and the German
element of the club met to organize a
company. Mr. II. Meyers was called to
the chair, and T. J. Kerth was chosen
secretary, after which the following offi
cers for the company, which will be
known as Company A ot the T ilden and
Hendricks Reform Club, were elected :
Captain, William T. Beerwort; Firt
Lieutenant, Louis Blatteau ; Second Lieu
tenant, Louis C. Herbert ; First Sergeant,
John Kochler; Orderly Sergeant, Henry
Sehicht; special treasurer ot Com
pany A, George Steinhouse.
Company A will number about one
hundred and ten men. The names of one
hundred and two ol these have already
been published in the Bi lletix, tho re
maining eight having enrolled their
names at the meeting of Wednesday
night, besides a numbes of Americans
Another company will be shortly or
ganized in the club, which will be com
posed of Irishmen and Americans.
A way-down caster by the name of
Zere Warner, was captured lu
this city on Wednesday after
noon. Warner recently hailed Irom
Dongola, and while there he came across
a whole wardrobe poked away in a sta
ble, which was the property of a geutle
nian named Charles Mattern, and which
Zere thought might not come amiss to
him, and he took it in. Mattern sus
pected Warner and telegraphed tho offi
cers here to look out for him, and on
Wednesday Deputy Sheriff John Cain ar
rested him. Ho was up b.fore Squire
Comings yesterday lor trial. He did not
deny the the charge, and was bound
over to await the action ol the county
court. II J went to jail in default ol
The Ureal European.
There was a slim attendance at the
performance given by tho Great Euro
pean show yesterday afternoon. The
exhibition of animals and the ring per
formance were pronounced vciy good,
which had the effect to draw a gooJ
audience last night. Tho company
leaves for Philadelphia.
Head the notice of Elaine oil this mom
lug. It will be seen that It was awarded
tho first premium at tbe centennial exhi
bition . For side by Barclay Brothers.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
of New York during the month of Au
gust paid policies to the amount of $15;,.
,M. J. McGauley Is proprietor and sole
manufacturer of Wood s Pills, celebrated
lor the cure of chills, ague, and all
kinds of malarial fevers. A eure guar
anteed In alt cases. He employs no
agents, and the genuine pills can only
be procured at his drug store, No. 3oy
Commercial avenue, Cairo, 111. Price,
60 cents per dozen. Sent by mall pos
tage paid. 8-l0-dlm
Ml. nnd Mrs. Louis Herbert, ho have
been in Sr. Louis for wne day, returned
Mr.I). L. lavis, editor of the .Vim, with
his two daughters, arc on a visit to the
Mr. James Barclay, Doc Humphreys
and Frank Howe, all cl whom have been
doing the centennial, have returned lo
Mr. P. A. Taylor, our county super.
intendent ot schools, left the cltv yester
day for Philadelphia and the centennial.
Mrs. laylorwillbe absent about two
weeks, and during her stay will visit
friends in New York state.
Alexander County Bank.
Statement of the condition of the Alex
ander county bank of Cairo, III., at the
close ol business, October 2d, 1870.
Loans and discounts $59,705 08
Due from other banks 9,59 66
Outfit and furniture 5.000 00
Cash on hand m 12,790 D3
Exiicntt-s 3, 4 So 48
Total $ 89,971 05
Capital stock paid in $25.000 00
Deposits 69,670 25
Earnings 5,300 80
Total $89,071 05
The above statement is correct.
F. Bnoss, President.
II. Wu.ls, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to be
skai fore me this 4th day of October,
W. Witness my hand and of-
Ai.riiF.it oMi.Nt.s, Notary Pub.
Caiko, III.. Oct. 5, 1S7C.
The weather sin jc last Monday has un
dergone several changes in this locality.
On Tuesday night a shower ot rain that
lasted from 7 until after 12 o'clock fell
steadily, when the clouds cleared away
and then followed Wednesday, the most
delightful day wj have had lu many
weeks. Ou Wednesday night, however,
the clouds again began to gather, and an
other rain that continued through the
greater part of the night fell, making the
streets very muddy and unpleasant for
our people this morning. It is cool and
cloudy this eveuing, with prospects of
more rain before morning. The life that
has existed in nearly every branch ot
business 6incc Monday has been exced
Ingir satisfactory to merchants, and
there is every indication of a continuance
of this pleasing activity for the remainder
of the week at least. The stcamboating
also remains very good.
Our Hour merchants are doing a very
fair trade, and the prospect lor a still
more active trade Is flattering, and an ad
vance in prices is daily expected. This
anticipated advance in prices lias caused
several ot our leading dealers to buy up
all loose slocks they can at present prices.
The demand during the last few days has
cleared the market of low and medium
grades. L'hoice grades are in fair supply
and in good demand. The demaud for
low aud medium grades is veiy active.
The li;iy market remains about as last
reported. There is an overstock of low
aud medium grades tor which there is no
sale. Receipts of choice have been very
light during the week, and there is very
little iu hand, while there is no demaud
tor any other kind.
The corn market is equally as dull as
last reported. There Is a light supply
with a still lighter demand.
The oats trade is fair with a moderate
supply in hand.
Meal and bran remair. quiet.
The supply of common butter is heavy
and no sale for it. Strictly choice is
scarce and wanted. No other grade is
wanted. The egg market is quiet; the
supply is not large but equal to the de
mand. Prices have declined. Poultry Is
scarce and both old hens and young chick
ens are In good demand. Old hens are
worth $3; good young chickens, from
$2 25 to $2 60.
Apples ate plenty aud dull.
Low and medium grades aro scarce.
The demand is very active. Choice
grade's are in fair supply. Tbe demand
Is good. We note the sale of 300 bbls va
rious grades, $4(5,6 ; 300 bbls various
grades, $3 25fl 25; 550 bbls various
gradc8,city, $4 258 50; 400 bbls low and
medium grades, $3 507 60; 200 bbls
choice, $0 00.
This market is very quiet. The mar
ket is full of common hay, with no sale
for it. Choice will sell, but there Is very
little here. We note tho sale ol 1 car
i hoico mixed, $12.
This inakct Is entirely dead. There is
a very light stock on hand. No sales
This market is only lightly supplied.
The demand is moderate. Tho sales re
ported were 1 tar Southern Illiuois, 32c ;
1 car choice old, 40o; 2 cars Southern Il
There is very little being dune in this
market, and no vales iu round lots have
been reported. ( ity meal Is still held at
$3 30(1 33 ; Country, $i 20fci 35 ; t
Brau U plenty and dull. We uote tbe
sale ol C00 sacks, (Vi&fMC ; U00 sacks
Choice butter Is scarce and wanted.
Common is plenty and wont sell. Noth
ing but choice is saleable. The sales
noted were 5 tubs choice Northern, 25
26c; 5 tubs Northern, 20f322c; 300 lbs
Southern Illinois, 24Ca.20c; 150 lbs North
We note the sale f 1 eac, 1 lc ; 20it
dozen, Itc. This market is fairly sup
plied. The demand Is moderately good.
Old bens and young chickens are in
good demand. There Is a very light sup
ply on the market. Old hens w ill bring
$3; good young chicken, from $2 25 to
This market Is very quiet. None are
being sold except to the local trade.
There is an ample supply. The sales re
ported were 10 bbls choice large, $2 ."0 ;
10 bbls choice large red, $2 25.
$0;No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 $1.
Mlnk-No.l $1 ; No. 2 7."c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 10c Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. 2
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No.
I 85c No. 2 00c; No. 3 ."We; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 : No. 2 75c : No. 3
50c; red fox No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c
upossum .o. l 10c: .o. 2 8c: No. 3
35c. Muskrat No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No
a l'jo. near .o. i sio; o. 2 $7 No. 1
$3; No. 4$1. Wolf Mountain No. 1
$2 50; No. 2 $1 75 ; No 3 $1 ; No. 4 75c;
Prairie Wolf No. 1 $1 25 ; No. 2 5(c.
Hit tat 2.x House Cut 10c. Badger
We CI UOte Paradise nnd Mt. f.'nrlrfin at
track, lump, $3; nut, $2; delivered car
load per tan. lump. $3 50: nut. $2 75-
delivered per single ton, lump, $4 ; nut
$3 25; Raum or Harrisbtirg coal ot
tracK per loan, lump. 27 ; nut, J 16 ; tie
Ivered per ton, $3 50 : Pittsburir !e
car loads on track, $5 50 per ton
The most striking sensation ot the
times in Europe has been Wagner's great
musical festival at Baireuth. Wagner
attributes his splendid musical and ar
tistic inspiration partly to his constant
use of B. T. Babbitt's best soap ; for it
helps to keep the mind and body in the
highest degree of effective working
Good board can be procured at the
Railroad house, corner Eighteenth street
and Commercial avenue, at the follow
ing rates :
Day board $3 00 per week.
Board aud lodging 4 00 " "
Despite what the "knowing ones"
know, boarders will always find on the
table "something to eat." 9-21-2w
Fifty cents, at Winter's Gallerv.
Was DariBTMinr. RivtH Rtrot, )
Oct. 5. lsTti.
STATIOff. LOW WATEB. CHANGE.
FT. IU. FT. W.
Cairo 17 11 I 2
Pittsborr 4 7 X I
CincinnaU 1 -1 '
Louisville II "
Nashville 1 1 1
8t. Louis !' i 3
EvansTtlle fi o
Memphis.....-....... 11 7 4
Vicsaburg l 11 X
New Orleans 1" X I
Below high water of 174
Serreant, Signal Service. L S. A.
E. F. Knnkera Bitter Wine or Iron
has never been known to fail in tbe cure of
weakness, attended with symptoms; indis
position to exertion, loss of memory, ditti
culty of breathing, general weakness, horror
of disease, weak, nervous trembling, dread
ful horror of death, night sweats, cold feet,
weakness, dimness of vision, languor, uni
versal lassitude ot tbe muscular system,
enormous appetite with dyspeptic symp
toms, hut hands, nabing ot the bojy, dry
ness oi me sain, pamu counienai ce ana
eruptions on the face, purifying the blood,
pain in the bark, heaviness ot the eyelids,
frequent black spots flying before tbe eyes
with temporary lulliMon and loss of sight,
want ot attention, etc. These symptoms
all arise from a weakness, and to n uiedy
that, use K. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wint of
iron, it never tans, .thousands are now
enjoying health who have used it. Take
only t. P. Kunkel's.
new are of counterfeit and base imita
tions. As Kunkel's bitter Wine of Iron is
so well kboivn all over the countrv. driiir
gists themselves make an imitation and try
to sell it ott to their customers, when they
call for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron.
Kunkel's bitter Wine of Iron is put ui
only iu 1 bottles, and has a yellow wrapper
niceiy put on me ouisioe witn the pro
prietor's photograph on tha wrapper of
each bottle. Always look for the photo
irraph on the outside, and you will always
be sure to get the genuine. One dollar pet
bottle, or six for 5. bold by druggists and
ne a i em evirvwnere
ALL WORMS REMOVED ALIVE.
E. F. Kunkel's Worm Syrup never falls
to destroy nn eat and Mouiacn worms.
Dr. Kunkel, the only succesxiul physician
who removes Tape 'Worm in two hours
alive, with head, and no fee until removed,
Common sense teaches that il Tape Worm
be removed, all other worms can be readily
destroyed, bend tor circular to lr. Kun
kel, No. 'J59 North Ninth street, Philadel
phia, Pa., or call on your druggist and ask
for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm .Syrup.
Price. $1.00. It never tall.
Wit), of course, wish to see all the sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end the
CANADA SOUTHERN H'V COMPANY
has, through its connections in the Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale a large
number of Tourists' Excursion Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
ger can not onlv visit the Centennial Kx
mbitton st Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit tbe principal eastern citie , with an
opportunity of stopping at any ol the great
number of fumou resorts iu New York
and Pennsylvania. Tho CANADA SOI? I'll
KRN is the only lino Irom the west running
directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
gers, from the train, a wonderful panoramic
view ol the MIGHT V CATARACT,
HOUSK-SIIOK FALL, the (iKKAT
KAl'IDS, and landing them directly at the
rails. The track of the CANADA tfOUTll
KRN is an air line, laid with steel rails ol
the heaviest patters ; thsre are no curves
or grades; wood is used lor fuel ; Coaches
are furnished with the Winchell Paten
Veutilator, ensuring pie feet frsedoin (mm
dust. With Its complete yn in ot iintiiii
cilil PAHI.OU bLKKl'INW AM DIUW
I NO ROOM CARS from CHICAGO
DETROIT AMD TOLEDO, and it admir
able connections at NIAGARA FALI.K
AND BUFFALO with the NEW YORK
CENTRAL AND ERIE RAILWAYS the
Canada Southern is fast becoming the
FAVORITE LINE TO THE EAST. Ticket
via this popular liue can be procured at al
offices ofooDneellng lines, or at the com
Amy information can be obtained by ad.
tossing FRANK E. 8NOW.
Oen'l Pas, sad Ticket A't. DaraoiT.
MPt:f iai. oi icr.it.
Mothers can secure health for their chil
dren and rest for thunv-lves by llie neeof L'sn
tora, a perfect substitute Tor Cantor Oil. Ilia
alwelutrly harmless, andis as pleasant M take
as honey. rr MinJ-CollIc lour storusrh,
worm orcon-tipatinn, tor yimnir or nM, theie
Is nothing in existence like it. It lscertain.it
is speedy, it is ( heap
Caked Breasts, Rhnmutism, s.ia
ria, swellings sprains. Miff loints, Imrna
sealils, poisononyblt. and all flt-h, bone and
musrle ailment', can I absolutely cured by the
Centaur liniment. What the White Liniment
Is for the human family, the Yellow Liniment
is f.ir spavinnl (rullinl an l lame lmre anil ani
Whirai, John B. 1'hillls, and Rachel .1.
rhillia his wile, by their certain sale mnrt-a-aite,
executed and delivered to the underpinned
ou the 21 day of April, A. I.. l7'i, did, lor
th purpose of securnK a certain promissory
umw inrrein mcnunneu, morTgntre to iue unner
siitned the following lecriber premites, to
wit: 1 he undivided one-hull of lot numlered
two (.'). in block numbered three (), in tho
y oi i,airo, linuoia ( and whereas default hus
leen made in the payment of said note j now,
therefore, in pursuance of the authority con
ferred bv snid sale mortusire. I will sell the
nbove desiTilied premises, nl public vendue, to
in milieu outlier, ior ca.-n in nsnn. at the uoor
of the court house, in airo. Illinois, on Satur
day , October 2-th, A . I, l-7i. at the hour of
o'clock, p. in ,'ol sai'l day, said sale to lie with
Ai.t Kr.ii it .r njiiu, Mortgusree.
tjliEKN ft OII.BLKT, Attorneys. d-.it
FOLTV VLABS ULIOKK THE I'lKLIC
DR. C. M?LANE'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
rpiIR countenance is pale and
X leaden-colored, with occasional
flushes, or a circuinscrilwd spot on
one or both cheeks ; the eyes become
dull ; thepupilsdilate ; an azure semi
circle runs along the lower eye-lid;
the nose i. irritated, swells, and some
times bleeds ; a swelling of the tipjer
lip; occasional headache, with hum
ming or throbbing of the ears ; an
umittial secretion of saliva; slimy or
furred tongue ; breath very foul, par
ticularly in the morning; apjietite
variable, somet imes voracious, with a
gnawing sensation of the stomach, at
other, entirely gone ; fleeting pains
in the stoma' h ; occasional nausea
and vomiting ; violent pains through
out the abdomen; bowels irregular,
at ti:nes costive ; stools slimy ; not
tmfivtpiently tinged with blood;
bjlly swollen and hard ; urine tur
bid; respiration occasionally diffi
cult, and accompanied by hiccough ;
cough somctimesdry and convulsive;
unea;y and disturbed sleep, with
grinding of the teeth; temper varia
ble, but generally irritable, &c.
Whenever the above symptoms
are found to exist,
h. C. Mi'IJVXE'S VERMIFUGE
Will certainly effect a cure,
ir nur.3 not contain mercury
in any form ; it is an innocent prepa
ration , not tijtlle of doing the slinki
est injury to Hie most tender infant.
The genuine Dr. MLanl's Vr.r.
MiiL'GE bears the signatures of C.
MIIane and Fleming Uuo' on the
DR. C. IVSCLANE'S
Tiieso Pill.-! nio not recommended
in a lVMiit.ly lor "all the ilia tliut
lLsh h heir to," but in cilVeiuiiia of
the Liver, aud in r. 1 Diliotu Com
plaint, Dy-'pcp.-.ia nnd .Sk-k Head-a'.-i.e,
or dUcas.'. ol" that character,
tl: y !.tai:d without a rival.
A Our, AND FKVKlt.
Xo la.-'.'ei cathartic can lie hmI
pivparatory to, cr alter taLiug Cui-
As a eiurdo purgativo they uro
DKtVARC OP IMITATIONS.
Tho genuine ,lre never sugar
1ich box has a red wax fconl on
tho lid, with the impression Du.
MVLANi:'d Livkk Pills.
Each wrapper bears thesignatun-s
of C. MVL vNEnnd Flkming JJros.
Sold by nil rcfdx'cta'ulo ilruggiU
aud country storekefjiers generally.
' .. -t - ' v
A GREAT DISCOVERY
Rv the use of whirli every tkmilT mav vlv
their Linen that brilliaul ixilioli iwx uliar lu lla
laundry work. Savinic time auil labor in irom
iuKi niiira Uiau its entire fust. arrauted.
old By DruggitU and Orotsri Ewywher
fcK fOK i0iiUlX8.
DOBBINS, BROS. A CO., 13 N. 4th St,
s'l-.l.tw-'iu. PhiUdlthia .
T Bridg Builders.
I'ropoula will bareoeired until klouUy, UnJ
Ck-lulier, at lu oVlu k, a m., lor tha building oi
one briilge across Lawrence creek, I wo luliea
north of J'lielies, one hundml and eight feel
Ions on bridge a. rta bamlv creek, on the
Cauo aud Jmtosboro road, niuetr-two feel lungi
nnd ona brides nurusa Cooper'scrcek.oa lbs Cairo
and Jonesboio toad, siuy ieatloua;. tbe county
rear rv lac tus right to rejetl any ur all bids.
Uids will be eons.dered lor any or nil brides,
for lnna and sim-inVntlons sly to
ilios. tVlUioN, t oumv Com'r., .
al lisiiiday Bros.' oflK.
Ca'io, Stt. II, l7v.
In all Tli ir Departments
Commencing Mar 1st. 1876.
Rich Black Silks
The Vloet Celebrated Lyons Looms.
At l 2.1 Reduced from 1 .
At I HO KediKsd irom SI 7,
At 81 75 Ueriured I'roiu a S.V
At 94 KHuml from 03 50,
i:i Fancy Sil.;
At Oc Reduced from$I 12,
At fl On Keduerd Irom l 1-V
At I 25 ltedured from 91 AO.
At 1 IM Reduced from l HO.
mm mum cm
In Caiuel's nair, Clieviols, and Damassees, Ks-
diireil toT'i. k0, mo cents fl, from fl ih,
1 "fl, 1 : and f l
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fa.Miion.ahle Fabrics and ( olors, ot
1 2c Reduced from lfto.;
Ic Keduced from 2Ae;
tl'io lieduoeil from SOe;
J5e Keiluced from 7c:
3c Former price BOc to 5
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At $1H and fViS, V'ormsrly Sold M $W,
Black nl SeirHMi .hwls
At f l" V and fkO
Kediiced from f V", $ and ?.
Um, 0TI0YA.U SSS7LAKB SSAWLS
At 1 ii to '.- Kedueed Irom S to ,
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The Latest Paris Styles from $10 rewards, era-
bracinK tbe choicest novelties t
Ladies' and Childrens Underwear
An Immens Stock of Most Beautiful and
All at Very Great Reduction.
Ladies', I hildreu's and Gentlemen's
The Itest L'nulub. French ami German Goods
All Uarkeq at Lowett I'oseible I'rices.
Are thoroughly stocked with tbe best
goods, at tha lowest package price. Beau
tiful American l.rints at .V. and Ai. ne
yard; standard 4 4 bleached goods at 10c;
Lontdale shirtioirs at lbc. Saw York
Mills, l'ic; aud 5-4 sheetiog kt liic
tasls m mi mm
lu all the Various Grades, atXBargalns.
(Which we keep al the Grand Mreet stor
only), we are ollerln Kclih sndAuirri
cau tapestrlea at 1, loiuer price 91 16;
body lSrussels at ft no, loisisr price ft so;
all-wool Inralu at 7lk:., former price. S0c.;
three plv iOK'ralBs at f 1 b, former price,
l oO; oll-iloths at av-. to 70v; former
prices, Mc. to 67c.
Samples of KooUa, and t'taJogwes of ia
diei' and unx ' suit and mualtn uader
wear, and infanta' ourtits. sent tree o( eharge
to all sections uf the I nlted MaUa.
liulcs lor self-measurement seut on appli
cat'on lo all parte ot Ibe country.
Order for goods of ail kind will bo care
fully atteudod to, and tho good peeled
and lorwarded without charge, jaofr-orta
Broadway and Twentieth Strcat ,
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.