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J. G. LYNOH'S
Real Estate Column
-Aloxander county latul, Cairo lots,
xtinngc for Nt. Louis probity.
A fiiM? rctidenrc on corner llalbruok
venue and Twenty-thlnl lrct, t a
Tb nouth Imll of the "Pilot" lionw at
-"Several fine rooms In Winter's block.
Good two atory brick cultable for
lores and office on Commercial urenue.
jetween Kleventh and Twelfth.
Brick dwelling corner Nineteenth
Itid i'oplur ittreet.
Saloon and fixture, southwest corn
r Eighteenth street and Commercial
i venue, at a bargain.
-Dwelling houe on Cross street, we
of Washington avenue.
Two business hu!- n Levee street.
above Eighth, $20 each
Store room on Commercial avenue,
icxt to Waverly hotel, $10.
Two story house on Commercial av
enue. Two tenements suitable for shops
Store room, sorner Twentieth and
Up stairs of house on Commercial av
enue, near 19th street. Suitable for
i welling, $ 5.
Tenements numbered 8, 9 and 10
Winter's ltow, 5 rooms each for $10
er month. Ia first-claw order.
Orphan Asylum building and premi
ses. Kent low, to a good ten int.
Store room, corner Twentieth and
Washington avenue, $12 a month.
Rooms In various part ol the city.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
Lands, In tracts to suit, near Cairo.
We have this day sold to Mr. E. C
Ford tho entire lot of moulding tooU
etc., of the picture framing department
ol th Bulletin. All orders for frames
etc., should be sent to him or left at
this oflice. We bespeak lor him the lib
erality ol patronage that has been be
stowed upon us. His assortment ot
moulding I complete, prices beyond
competition and he guarantee satisfac
tion in all cac.
Cairo. Oct. 10, 170.
ll Cairo Dill tin Co.
Tamil ! Grand rr Lnnrh,
Jaeckel, proprietor of the popular
Thalia saloon, corner ol Tweltth street
and Washington avenue, excels all
others in his line of huMness In hi free
lunches. Every morning at ten o'oclock.
Mr. Jaeckel spreads a lunch which would
do honor to any saloon in the laud. ills
friend should make a note of this and
tie him a call. litMIlm
J. torwra; elnhne.
on Eighth street, two doors trom Alex
andf r County Bank, is the place to get a
Ukhlonable hair cut or a smooth share
or anything elie la the barber line. In
dies' and children' hair cut or lreset).
either at the shop or their home.
For a smooth shave, a neat and fash
ionable Imir cut, cr refreshing champoo,
go to Ed. Braxton, at the planter' barber
parlor. The best of perfumeries and
hair toni always kept on hum). The
l.ath rHin connected with this establish
ment is the only one In the city, ;.nd Is
ttlwaj s kept in the neatest order, ready
lor the convenience of customer. tt
ha the largest and tine(.t st k ot Hays
and Youths' clothing that ha ever been
in Cairo, lie can suit a child from four
up to any age. at price to suit the
time. 9-25-1 in.
flOO pieces ot prints 100 piece jeans,
5U0 piece of ii.n-lie. New styles and
tt brand Mt the New York store. Full
Ine of dry good. 1 l-2-5t
Mrs. Daniel Lampert will continue the
burber business of her late husband, at
the old stand on Eighth street between
Washington and Commercial. The shop
will be under the supervision of John
Lampert who Is a flrt-elass barber and
iovittts old and new customers to give
him a call. tf.
A first-class runner is wanted at the
Delta hous3. Call immediately. None
but a tlrst-class one need apply. tf
H'nnled SflO Men,
To call at the corner ot Sixth street and
Ohio levee. Ike Walder has a large
stock ol Overcoats and Men and Boys
suits at prices to suit the times.
Mothers ranaecure health for their chil
dren and rt for theronelvr by tbe ue of Caa
lor. perfect mbstitute for Cantor Oil. It It
ajtaelutcly harruleaa. and la a pleaaant to tui
aa boney. for Wind-Colllc aotir itomach,
worms r conatipatlon, tor young- or old, there
Unoibin(inxial-nlike it. It 1 certain, II
i ain1y, it i cheap.
Caked Breasts. Rliuuiatiam, fcci-
ria, iwt-lliotft, apraiut, atiff joints, burn
arald poiaoooiu bite a. and all flesh, bone aud
inuaclc ailments, ean be aliaolutely eured by lbs
Ctutaur liniment. What ih M'hil I.inlnitnt
it forth human farai be Yellow liniment
U lor spsvinrd, xl liu bone and ani
Far nr ..-. rb Arlins;ion
This well known aud popular hotel U
now ottered for aula or lease, on easy
terms. For particulars inquire on the
premise. Taos, B. Eixu,
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 10. 1876.
BITE OF ADVBBriftlNM.
tfAll bills for adrertlsmr, are due and fay-
able I AbVSKca
Transient ad?ertislng will be inserted at the
rate of f 1 (0 per square for the first insertion
and W oen U for each u baaq uen ton A liberal
discount will be made on standing and diapt
For inacrtina; Funeral notice II 00 Notice ol
!utln of societies or serret orders oWiU for
Charrh, Society, Festival nd Supper notice
Will only be inserted as adTertiiiement
y.o sdreiiinrmrnt will be renal ved at less than
AO cent, and no iTertisement will be inserted
for lest than three dollars l-er month
local, ri six ins notiics
Of one square (9 lines space) or more, In
serted in the Bulletin as follows : (!..
than one squ ire counted as a square.)
One insertion per square ., $ 60
Two Insertions per square 73
Three Insertions per square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 IK)
One month per square 3 50
Special rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
a.-rr A3CALOX l.OIX.K, NO. 51.
'. jm. Knifrht ol I'ythiaa, meets erery Frl-
t. yLtjl day tnittit ( naii-iii seven, in una-
nnri Lll..a. II. II llnm-a
AI.KXANDKK II)(,E, NO 'tU.
Jr lows, inwts etery lhurUy niht
' I n u,w" t tialf-iiMt seven, in their hall on
)irmn rcml avenue, between Mxth n Seeenth
V iew N. A, OBTOKB. N i
1AlliO KNCAMI'MKNT, I. O. O. T.. meU
Od'l-Kt-llows f tall on the first and third
' ue.lay in every month, at half-put seven
A CoMison, C P
A CAIIIOI.ODGK. NO. 287, A. F. A A. M.
Hold n-milar cmimunications in Ha
Kfmic lull, corner Commercial avenue
' xaml Kiirhth strwt, on the second and
'ourth Momlav of each month.
Leel Wlher alenorv.
Caiho. III., Nov. 2 l.
II ak i Tub. I WiifD.
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."erifmnt. Siirnal fvrvioe. I'. S. A
I mA nit n.ini.mlu.1. Hi.. tA..!..til. a.
Fresbyterian parsouage on Thursday
night. All will be welcomed.
A second baud Singer sewing machine
or aale cheap. Apply at Stewart A
Winters auction room.
I adlea ttold HnteU.
For Rule, a ladies Elgin bunting cae
gold watch; retail price f75 00, will be
sold lor $.V5 ; 00 has never been used.
Apply to E. A. Burnett.
Hilver Ten jet.
One Itogers. Smith & Co.'s silver tea
set. Triple plate, C pieces, entirely uew.
retail price $00 00, can be bought for
00. Apply to E. A. Burnett.
fj" Boot, -f 3
At the New York store tor $2.t0 per
pair; Brog.ins for $1.00 per pair; Shoe
of all kind at very low price. ll-2-5t
The largest and flnet Stock of Gents'
Furnishing Good can be fnund at Ike
Walder', corner ot Sixth and Ohio
My wile, Mary Adam, having lett my
btl and toard. I hereby give notice that
1 will not be rc;ionible for nny debt slie
may contract in my name.
Cairo, Nov. C, 187G. ;n
I.nrajeat )l Vet
HOUSEHOLD Fl UNFIT RE
Thursday, November 7th, lB, No. Ill,
Commercial Avenue, 10
o clock, a. m.,
Consisting ol Bed-rotn, Dinnlng-room,
Sitting-room and Kitchen furniture of
every description, both ornamental and
usetul ; Cooking and Heating Stoves,
Cat pets. Clocks, and in (act every thing
pertaining to housekeeping.
Winter fc Stewart,
" B. Bacon,
New B. W. Flour,
Lard in buckets,
Hominy and Grit,
Full line ot Staple aud Fancy Grocer
ies, Canned Goods, etc.,
Which we offer to the trad at bottom
figures. New York Store.
Tor ! nl Auction Tnlunble Real
The property known as the McKenzie
residence, situated on lots .13 and 34, and
15 nnd 10, block 53, in the city ol Cairo,
fronting 50 feet en Filth street and 60 feet
on Sixth street, now occupied by D. L.
Davis, will bo gold at public Ruction on
Saturday, Novembar 18th, 1S70. at ten
o'clock a.m., on the premises. ThU is
one- of the most desirable residences in
the city commodious. In good repair,
supplied with gas, and title perfect.
ThU property may be purchased at
private sale prior to 19th lust., by tppll
cation to Samuel P. W heeler, wheie ab
stract ot titlu may be teen. Terms of
ale 11.600, cah lu hand; balance on one
years time with six per cent Interest.
Delered payment secured by deed of
trust on premises.
VTtMIR & StTWsBT,
11-3 dtd Auct!or.r.
The worR on the Mississippi levee I
Still being pushed forward rs rapidly a
l orH.i. t he p.
One large coal stove in complete order,
suitable lor store or oflice. Inquire at
Commercial aveuue. 1 l-lO-St
MnvDNe l ounly Relurna.
We have returns from Massac county
so far us president and congress. fTayes
and Wheeler huve a majority ol 438.
Wiley's majority over Hartzell h 423.
A (iood Wftlter
Wanted. A good waiter, at Louis
Herberts reotaurant. No one need ap
ply who is not experienced in the busi
There is now no doubt Unit tbc grand
old Democracy has won ; ttiat Samuel J
Tildcn has been elected president of the.
United Stale, and n gloriou-jollification
is in or ler. Let the, Democrats nnd re
formers come to time.
The election Is over, Tilden has been
elected, and the next thing to attract the
attention of the people will be the parlor
concert to take place aU the residence ol
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Galigher, next
Thursday night. It will be a grand en
tertainment, and one unu&ually novel
New reached this city yesterday, that
the steamer Arlington had sunk atSmlth-
land. and the Eckert left yesterday after
noon tor the Bcene ol the misfortune.
Major Ed. llalliday commands the Eck
ert in the absence of Captain Reese Du
There w ill not, during the season, be
afforded the young people of Cairo
another opportunity lor so much pleas
ure as the party to be given at the St.
Charles to-uUht promises them. Every
young gcn'Jeman aud lady in the city
will be present. Harry O Brien's excel
lent .string band will furnieh tnuic tor
Over l.onlsliina .
The excitement over the various re
ports as to the result in Louisiana, was
intense in this city yesterday. Every re
port trom that state, however, has been
very encouraging for the Democrats
since yesterday at noon, aud the friends
of President Tilden are now confident
that he has captured the land of bayonets
and soldiers by eight thousand majority.
Henry Carter, of Mound City, was in
the city yesterday, nnd was jubilant
over the election of Tilden.
At the St. Charles yesterday were A.
J. Baum, Cincinnati ; C. E. Sweep, Chi
cago; William Keston, Chicago; J. T.
Wa'.ker,. Vienna; Joseph Nash, Mem
phis; J. M. Heeley, Champaign : Mrs.
Me!inger and Mrs. Richard, Michigan ;
W- Kaufman, St. Louis.
To I.lqaor Retailers!
1 hereby notify the saloon-keepers of
the city, and nil other persons, to not
sell or give to ray wile, Mrs. Grauison
Hill, anv malt, mliiloii!.. or other intoxi
cating liquor. If this notice U disre
garded. 1 will prosecute the person giv
ing or selling liquor to this woman to
the extent ot the law.
Cairo, 111., Nov. s, 170. !H
Able W f-leeted Caroner.
Jeste Ware is his own successor.
These are dull times in police circles.
Read notice ol waiter wanted in to-days
Barbecues and torchlight processions
are at an end.
The election Is over. Let all settle
down to business.
The Republican paity has turned its
toes to the daises.
John Reeve lor circuit clerk has up.
wards ol titty majority.
W. C. Muikey's majority lor county
attorney, is tlfty-seveu.
Ham Irvin leads all the other candi
dates for representative in this district.
The Democrats will jollify on Saturday
nigut, aud a glorious old jolliticatioti it
Shaver will not run lor office again
unless he runs for a big ottice. So
The election ol Mulkey over Shaver i
considered by both parties to be the
work of the good Lord.
Every young lady and gentleman in
Cairo t-hould attend the party to-night,
It will be the gayest affair that will take
place this winter.
It is said tiiat there arc two hundred
tramps in Cairo. This Is putting the
number too high wc think ; but there
is certainly enough of them.
The election being over people will
settle down to business again, r or two
months business has been a secondary
consideration with most people.
The election in this city was the most
quiet aud orderly ever held here. Al
though mucu "Uugle-toot" was got
away with, everybody seemed indis
posed to have any disturbance.
Martin Brown of Thebes precinct, eu.
percedes Mr. Sanders as County 'Journals
siouer. Thebes now has two members
of the board, while all the balance ot the
county ia represented by Mr, WiUou.
A dUcrepeucy in the count in the vote
of South Cuiro precinct, prevented the
county clerk from casting up the vote of
the county yesterday. The returns trom
all .tne precincts w ill probably be la to
day, when they will t opened aud
"Won't you tell me why, Robin? sang
a pretty girl at a piano, while her distin
guished lover was turning the leave of
her music. "Tell you w by what ?' ex
claimed he, coloring. "Why your bands
are so hite, and your complexion so
clear," answered the mil's pertly. "Ob,
that I easily explained," he replied. "1
use only B. T. Balbltt's Best Soap."
Tit Mrtnrn an fnr Henrd from
"r rmnnnijr r.ieeled njr front
Aoo to M0 nnjorll.
We have micceeded In obtaining the
following returns, which, though not
official, ore gathered from tellable
source, and will be found to be nearlv
correct. From these returns It will be
seen that Mr. Hartzell I probably de
feated by aont (S00 majority. The ofll
cial flzurcs will likely change this re
suit, but not materially :
Union county l,lfi2
Randolph county 200
Alexander county , 33
Massac county 423
Pope county &00
Jonnon county w.
Williamson county .V4
Pulaski county 275
Jack-on countv M
Perry county 2M)
Wiley over Hartzell
JoxKsnoRO, Im, Not. 9, 1870
A. II. Irvi.n : Official majorities of
this county: Hartzell, Ll2; Albright,
2,031 ; Kroh, 2,240 ; Irvin, 1,041 J ; Wood
ward, 1,370; Phillips, 1,491).
YVm. S. Hanners.
Cold, piercing winds and driving rains
seldom fail to bring on a cough, cold or
hoarseness at this season, and Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup should be kept In every
ho!ie. For sale by all druggists.
Owing to tho need ot my jtersonel at
tention to our country business, I have
secured Mr. M.J. Howley as city agent,
w ho w ill continue the business in the sale
of the Howe sewing machines, silk,
needles, oils, threads and attachments. 1
would ask that he may receive, a liberal
share of patronage.
D. F. BnvvET, Sup'g. Ag't.
The undersigned lias accepted the
agency of the Howe Sewing Machine
company, in connection with his real es
tate business, and has taken rooms on
Commercial avenue, below Tenth street,
adjoining the City Gun Store. The pat
ronage of our citizens 14 respectfully so
licited. M. J. Howlkv, Arcnt.
Bill Heads and Monthly Statements, pink
and yellow, at the Bi llktin office, tf
Cairo, Ills., Nov. 9th, ln7C.
Everything has been very quiet in
business circles since MonJay. The all
absorbing topic is the election, and the
excitement in the city is very great. The
weather has beeu clear but cool. Tbc
river business continues good, with rates
to the South unchanged.
The flour market Is moderately active.
There is a tair dem?.nd for all grades, but
low grades arc principally wanted.
These are scarce, while choice and me
diuai are in good supply.
nay continues quiet. There is a bet
ter demand for choice than at last report.
The supply of choice is light, with com
mon hay plenty and dull.
There I not much doing in tho corn
trade. There U a light supply on the
market, and prices continue linn.
Oats are very quiet. There is a big
supply of lijiht Southern Illinois in the
hands ot dealers, while the demand i
small. Choice heavy oats are in light
Meal nnd bran continue very quiet.
Bran is plenty and dull. Both kinds of
meal is in good supply with no buyers.
Choice butter is carce and in good de
mand. Common is plenty and very dull.
There are no eggs in the market. The
demand for them is good.
Poultry is In limited supply. Old hens
are scarce and wanted at (3 00 per dozen.
Tlx re is a better demand for young
chicken, at from (1 75(o,J 25 per dozen.
The market is well supplied with po
tatoes. Potatoes are selling slowly at
12 00 per barrel. Onions are dull sale at
Choice apples are in good demand.
Common are not wanted. The market
Is well supplied.
ttfOur friends should bear in mind
that the prices here given are only for
sales from first hands In round lots. In
filling orders and for broken lots it is
necessary to charge an advance over
Low grades of flour arc scarce and In
good demand. Choice and medium
are iu good supply. There Is fair sales
being made. We note the following
sales : 300 bbls. various grades, fiQfi 5:0
100 bbls. XXX, $5 73 ; 200 bbls. various
grades, ?16 25 ; 200 bbls. various
grades, $4(a 0 25 ; 100 bbls. various
grades, $4a;7 50; 270 bbls. various
grades, citv, $ 4(u,8 60.
There Is a fair demand for choice hay.
There Is but little commou hay 011 the
market, but uone is wanted, as there is
no inquiry tor it. We note sale of 1 car
mixed, $S 50.
Choice white corn is in fair demand at
4K'e. bulk. There is a light supply tn
the market. We note the sale of 100
sacks white, IGc.
There Is a heavy supply of Southern
Illiuois light oats, but choice heavy Is
scarce. The demand Is only fair. We
uotc tho following sales: one car mixed
good, 30c. in bulk, one ear light mixed,
tu bulk, 29c; three cars Southern Illinois
la bulk. 27c.
This market Is full of common butter,
w hich Is very dull sale, w hile choice is
scarce and in good Ueinatxt H e note
the sale ot 200 lb Southern Illinois, 13c ;
300 lbs. Central Illinois, 20S23c ; 3 tub,
Southern Illiuois, '20Q22. w m
Tbl market Is well supplied with both
(country and city meal, and It Is' very
I -!.. . a ...a a . "
uuii. viiy is stiii neij ul s2 25. Conn
try at $2 H(a,2 13, with no buyer-,
Theielsan abundance of meal 011 the
market, with few buyer. The only
sale reported wns that, ot 3(10 sacks, f5c.
Eggs are oflcred tit 17(S.lfc, but not.e
are coming to tnaiket. There Is a trood
Old hens are in rood demand. There
is also m good demand lor young chlchens
than at last report. We note the sale ol
two coops young chicken, $1.7."i $2.00.
There is a fair request lor choice an-
ple. 1 he market i lull of common.
which won't sell. The sales reported
were 20 bbls., Ben Davis, fl 00(5 $2 00;
10 bbls., Roman Beauties, $2 0tKa,l:2 2.;
10 bbls., Wiuesap. $1 .0.
This market is quiet, with a heavy sud-
ply. We note the sale of 40 bbls., peach
below, f i 00.
Onions are plenty and dull, We note
the sale ol 40 bbls., red onions, $2 IK).
We note the sale of 2S0 bbls. $1 50Tt,
HIDES AND FURS.
SHLEr-PtLTS Green. 75cfVl 2.V Hrv;
40(2,!.; (-hearings, 1020c. "
I RS Beaver No. 1 $2 50; No. 2
$6; No. 2 $4; No. 3 $2; No. 4 fl.0.
Mink No. 1 $1; No. 2 75c; No. 3 50c;
No. 4 Wc. Raccoon No. 1 70c ; No. ,
40c ; No. 3 20c ; No. 4 10c. Skunk No,
I 85c No. 2 00c; No. 3 30c; No. 4 15c.
Fox Gray No. 1 $1 : No. 2 75c : No. 3
50c ; red fox No. 1 $1 ; No. 2 75c.
Opotsum No. 1 10c ; No. 2 8c : No. 3
35c Musk rat -No. 120c; No. 2 15c; No
3 10c. Bear No. I 10 ; No. 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 50c,
Wild Cat 25c. House Cut 10V. Badger
We quote Paradise and Mt. Carbon or
track, lump, 3; nut, $2 ; delivered car
load per ton, lump, $3 50: nut, $2 75,
delivered per single ton. lump, $1 ; nut
i3 2.j; iiaiim or Harrishuisj coal ot
t-ack per load, lump, $27; uut. $1U ; de
livered per ton, S3 50 ; Pittsburg per
car loads on tack, $5 50 per ton.
"lVB iJBl'AKTMItWT. IIlVVH REPC1',
Nov. l.iTC 1
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12 fi M 3
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Ilelow high water of 1'74 .
JAMKS W.1 SON,
Serg-eHnt, Sitcnal ferviti-. U S. A.
Port I. Int.
Steamer James Kii-k, Puducah.
T. T. Hilnian, NVuville.
' Capitol City, Memphis.
" Ste. Genevieve, St. Loun.
" It. K. De Russey, rit. Louis.
.Steamer James Fifk, r.-ulueali.
T. T. ililnmn, Nashville.
" Capitol C ity, St. Louis.
trte. (ienevieve, Vicksbur.
" T. F. Eekert, Suiltlilan(i.
The liver last cvenln was 12 feet 4 15
inches on the Kaugc, having fallen three
inches. Weather elear nd cool. Ilusl
tiess almost suspended owin to iutcii:e
'nteret the people feel in the eleetion.'
The ililinan Iroui Nusliville, brought
her ukuuI eomplement ot ii iron and
gundriea. The Capitol City Irotu Vieks
burir brought 101 bales ol cotton lor re
shipiuent eust by rail from this port.
Cant. Verheetl' has loaded the l'urker
bare at this port, and his steamer the
Peytona with her other bartre wtis due
last evening from Evausville to take it
Capt. It. W. Iurau was in Memphis
The Ste. Genevleveimulo fair additions
here, and has a good trip for the South.
K1VEK MSASTKR STKA.MKK AKLINCIOX
Some lime during nij;ht before last the
steamer Arlington, Capt. lan Moore,
bound trom Cincinnati to New Orleuns,
with a valuable cargo, struck an obstruc
tion behind the head ot Cumberland
Island, and immediately began to lilj
with water. In this condition she drifted
to a point opposite Smilhland where .-lie
sunk to the hurricane roof on the larboard
and to the boiler tleek on the starboard,
side. She had a Ure number of horses,
mules and cattle on board, which were
all drowned. She hud a good trip of
people, but passengers and crew wero all
saved. The T. F. F.ckert left for the Ar
lington lasevcning, and will either rai-e
or wreck her. It is thought che fctruck
the same obstruction that sunk the Rob
ert Moore several years a'o, and wu
wrecked by the old Underwriter.
In the Dutrirl Court of tlx I'uitnl Sfciten, for the
Southern DUttict of Illinois, lu Laukrtitcy,
In the nutter of Micluu-l ilt-ilbrop A Lernard
.Noiii-e f hereby Ktven Unit a in-tition but Ih. n
llleil in aid rourt hv uid Michuel lieilhroii atid
Iter, ar t Well of Cairo, In the county of Alex
aniter, ia aaid dixtncl, duly dcclareil bauknpti
tinder tit of roujire-i ot Mareh Vrwl, IniT,
lor a ilui luUKt aud ctiliUiute thereof, from all
their dabtt and other eiaiui provable nu U-r -u:.l
ai-t, auJ that Ui 7U day of CKtolier, 1-To. ut
eleea o'clock a. 111 , U aaaiKued for the hearing
oflhaMUi ly Ida aaid court, at 'huL niteu
Stale Court loom in the city ol SpriUKlteld,
wheoaud writer all cvtLton of auid biiiikmotit
and all other iKru lu inte.ent, may attend aud
ahaw onUKe, 'f any I hey have, why the jraet ol
aaid petitiuut alioiild aol be fcrniit-d
CkO. I'. UUaKV Clerk.
Moegar A Ijindan, attorne for iietiln'm-r.
latud Sp:iullcld, 111., bepl. la, A. 1. IcTi.
WiMff to Mil th Maw
H AHUl rook
Ent a. tha Vatiaaad Can'tal
"AMD XHJa CAMPAION OV l7y
Jtul tha bo for lb liuwa. Oivea lull liitloi .
oflua Salioiial Capital and Oovrrnuitut.
how tha KOtt-rulr ul ruu I" B H1.0011 1-1 hum I:
oioii-zjiK.u. i.uiiua Uow ioba ant put
UjioumU ouArvaa, uitaaaiuu tuauTy or ia
Wblitt fraud and Hokaav MouutiiJ. Jt rta
U Uvof 1UTM, W(Mlt. 'lUdau Ud Ilea
drl.it. CranJ cun for Ajteut. AiUra.
e-i;-w J O C4 v.ilU.lii, 6t. L..ui. Mo
i. I Stwt J Go
Bare ofenf J In their Wtinnlc Vfnn hou'.cs (n
Wabash Avenue and Wash
A Largo and Well Se
lected Stock of Foreign
To Which They Invite the
Special ATTENTION of the
11 on: i.n-
St. Charles Hotel,
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2.00 Per Day
Spoolal Rate by Week or Month.
A linnU'.l nitmtxT ol xerv iliira'ilc Inniilv
roi.111 can m uri 1 ut r uualilu rat.vt lor t lie
'Hie t t.lmi !. - i tin' liirifi-iif Mini Ih"! ninminl.
H Houc in wint!ieni lllim.i-, ami is tin- Irmttne
11111,1 111 v.uii'i. .xiih miiHi)iiii)R in lied
Kock" reiliiclmn iu .ri t, the iM; wIII.im
utMHl, lie lilirriiMr miiiiltcl wiili the vorv l-t
of -vrrytliinif Unit nn foe 1'nni l 111 mm kit .
r'ine liiiire MUiii'lt: rooms lV.r rnmnu-roinl trav
eler, on irruiinii ilnor, free of i-lmrpi-.
TAll iiFfei,i irnvntit fiimt'jid to anaironi
the hoUil without rtmri'
Ji.whrr whmx co.,
Winter s Block!
A Larger Stock and Lower Prices
Than ever for CASH.
l"rm Filly cent f to Twi iity-llvedollurs.
A lull lino of late tyl cori-tV and li .i-i.rv ut
1'iwer Iilio tlian e.ver bi lore ofl'rred ill
C'uir". ild ntraWM nuule over, orttikin
iu evuliantfe frr new pooiln.
A full S:.K"k of Iu'iii Woolen and I'ottnii
I DJ,K KAIt.
RIBBONS AND LACES
Kiathers, Flonew, etc. , of every vuri-ty nnd
Ht a 1 1 I'rioe.,.
Mj atoek nM Wrlose.1 out. nnd I nive
my rutijmtr lietter bargains hitn ever ollt-red
btforo MI'.s. t. M'l-E N.
W ev, rv n,,mli in tne
furnUh, but thoe wil lirijf to wmii Pan i-.i-.ily
ram a down dollnri a iluy r:!U in thfir own h
citlitiM. Have no room to explain lure, t u - i
ni .'cuJ.lut Hi d lioitutahle, Women, liov
and Kirla d.i hs wi ll h men. We will linnUh
you h roiailele oul'!t tr'-e, 'III-: Im-iui-n y. -U
ller iIihii anything rue, We . ill lM-.-r i x
penenfHtHrliiiir you. I'lirliiuliis fi-e. Write
and.ee, Knrnr and int-fliitn thi ir moik
and dHtitiiers, atid all i1:i.- ii iu-i-l ol' :i inif
work a( home, .ho'dd wrife ! in ami I-urn nil
about the work ut om-e. No'V i Hit t.ui
l"ti't delay. AilJn-.sa 'li:ri: .V I o , Aiiuii,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la I he liriuiil Old
LINIMENT Which has stood tho test of 4C
There is no sore it will not Ileal,
no Lameness it willnotCurj.no
Acho, no Fain, that Afflicts tho Hu
man body, or thy body of a Horso
or other Domestic an raal, th-t
does not yield to its magic touch.
A bottlo costing 25c, 50c. or $1
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Restored to Life and
Usefulness Many a Valuable
H H H- ? H ll
Tu I lie Work it) if 4'lilvt We i.n- li i a
pi-rpured to du lil-d till rliH r- M'ilii o'!.i..lj t in
liloyuii'iit at home, t!ie hole of the tune, or lor
their spare moineiiu. I.u-int- urw , liulil and
prollluble. 1'en.oiia of eillur s cii liy em u
from o-1 eentrt to $ per eM-niu. mid a pi-oput.
tlonal auiu by lU-voUrtr tlieir u hole lime to Hi
business, lloya Br if pirla i;irn niailvm i.miii
a iiuu. That nil ho tint not lie inuy .-i-i
their adrfrem, nnd ttl the Iiumiu-si wo male
tinparulleleil otl'w: 'IVi siu h u uru not well .iu
lled we will aend one dollar to pity f r ilu
troiihla of wriim. r oll inu ihuIui s, .iUi1i -i
Worth feveial ilolljrM to -. . iini.-i,.e i ik i n,
and a copy of Home and riie-ide. one l tne
larfri'-it aii llien illuktruted ptiblh ati .11 , nil -int
liiebvinail Ht-adi.r, it 11 want p-i 111. Hu nt,
pi'Ultalile wjrk, l.tou;i: sni-nv v to, I'oit
37Coart Place, LOUSSVILLE. KV-.
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toTlf your Tinn r fr-- r-.
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ExcELsma KAMrfaSrnr'Nn co.
ST. LOUIS. KC.
C. W. HENDERSON,
CHARTERED MAUCK 21, 1869
CITI' NATIONAL B AKK.CAIEO
A II SAHiiHD, Trtai tent.
S.S TAVI.OI1, VieeIVoid.nl.
W. llj.-i.t. I', Sec'v aud Tn-sdurer.
P.VV. Rahihy, i'iia Cju.ratRn,
F. l. .- fi KLnt, Vai-l H friii 11,
It. 11 Li.iMN'.iuy, ll I.. IliUuiAV,
J. i"o. rtui.i.:i. 1
I'J! I'CP.ECT j.tiM on depoeiui ut the. me ol iix
Percent. inramiiiiM, Marrli Ntuml .vpteiif
e-r 1-t liiti-r--t not wltlnleavTi added imnie
iHt"t y to Cie tiriuciMil of tne ili-j,,-, us, tin-rvby
living li.i-m con:iiouod inli'.it
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no one
else can draw it.
O'l'n t vi ry oiiHiniMsduv from iU.in. to 1 p.m.
a i Saturi'ay evcriiii tor .uvna depoeita only
rom fi t i o'clock
W. HYSI.OP. Trsnanrsr.
City National Bank
CAPJTAL, - 8100,000
n f 1!.U I.Ill.W. Cr.-n;-!eit.
HKVtV !. 1! l.l.:n Y, Vi.ePritt.
a r ' i-'i-'i)iti, iMi,r.
W A U ll l,Oi'. Asa' l Ca.-hier.
S. Starts Tayi.oii, It If. (.'!' isuiuu.
II I.. I1ali.i:a.-, W 1' Hai.i.ii.av,
U. ll. William"!. sinin-.y l.n.o,
A . li. S it'ruuii.
Exchange, Com anJ United Statos
Honda Bought uud 3old.
l-:r slTS ftftiwl and a gcneial rimntlnii
l-U -:a-t itine.
Nell. ic! l'n't.
.1. heith, .Tt. uiih'r
MS MET! BASE,
.'-.-.pi- Coiaiaorcl! Ava. ajjd nth Street
i:.-- , ii"iij, IVm. Klinri-, fnini.
I '. v 1 it. I air.i Win v ohe, I uiio.
.i. mini, I'airo. I; 1.. Kiliinnflry, t. Lous.
I ii I 1 . t airo il . WcIIh I airo.
r . II 11. 1. Lilian. M Louis,
I.Y.I. UiiiTon, I .ilnli'i.iu.
- uii il itaul. iut lltiaiueaa Dane.
ITrl i-h:uie .11 d .111 1 Imupht Inltre-it puid
n llie u in . 1 1, ,i.i ; in. I oileclioua Iliude,
I'.'l .ill bum .nr .1 ;t'e.l-.l II.
rM. R. SM11H
Physicinn 6c Surgeon,
tini. i- in Wmter'a I'.mm k, eorm-r e-nth uud
I oiiniierciiil veiiiii', i. n:i.ni. e on Sewi.thl.
lli-ii li-i.n-1 liiiO .-I Di !i.vt, vcl of VValiiiii.'toti
ll.n., i:.uii-:-.i, 1 tun himdivd uud tll'tv duVui-i
north ul ik -p.ii.ei- i..ei.i-intr, at puLli ,lier"
lali rii. lui t.'HI and ll.u t li. ..ut:, ' lu te
i-M'ti I I'.i p:im: I tn. inn l - t i.-t-t t lepoif
ii.iiitv . a pi ii. .i-l lit , ir..-1. h i i.e. fliarn-ier.
riiml .lu. I ,..( wfciy ,-in u a(i, ,n and f. liediiU-
I of iidvi -nic injf, M et Lie tu any aJdie
Applvto I" It '"el I ,v (n., Nulpale-
AiAertL-i-s It l-tiik It'.w , K. .
ARE PAID 53
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or Varicose elaia tin a
pjiiMUu. It U li 3t r Y it
il.wi.ii jJlor wouad, injuria
or ruptuir, you ct (all boun.
tv, -j3-Snd 3 atampi (or
copy of Pantioa moj Luaia
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