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THE BUSINESS OUTLOOK,
Tk Talk nbwnl Biislne" lrmlon
Ovrla-Tiia t'nanlry lu n ainte
Xew York Herald, 4th i It U an un
questionable ami unquestioned tact that
the population ot the country was never
belore so largo as It Is to-day. H it a
atarvlnf population ? Is U a population
in ngnf locs it dwell in hovels or turn-
1.1 idnAmnnl:) .V unit: fir drive-
Ulu'tllfnil itiitiuviiw i ....... - - " -
throuKh this city, or through any Amer
ican city or village, suffices to show the
absurdity implied In sueh questions.
Our people have not only looJ, raiment
and shelter, but surplus means lor every
good and bad indulgence. As examples
of the good, our common schools ,and
higher institutions ol learning were
never so thronjred with pupils and tu.
dents, who are all decently clothed ai.J
bear no marks iu their physique ot oi-ri-cleut
oourKhiaont. At exaiwplf ol ur
plus mtans lor bad or diuttrii! purroi..
consider the truly
i distilksl liquors, b-r ,nd tfYcw in
U Vwted Sikt. TJien consider Hi
imnare mil of carrx-tr? that urt- ld
tvery year, Ui ciiurjrii.K if i-U-pkul
firmlnim, (it xK'nsiv
1 1 i j -, ttt tuiporb harness. Iurir
tlir hours of shcppuig the xrjry t oil
v'hiflh our tashicmkiii :orvs trt- fetuatt-j
wflre wvez more throfipcd ait wcl)
drefwd Udif ihts Uk-t have brxn tl;
jtjrmf , ud iht Sunday excursior of :ne
WtViing classes ethiNt tun iis. ol
kid love, iH-it slioe, new bonnet,
ttrtghi ribbon, artificsl flowers and
other frippery. If we are tit impover-
,m., .uWn.w v..e u u.imu.1
detect Uiesignsofit in our onhnarv '
life as presented to the eyes of observers
Beef and mutto. and hams and an occa
sional chicken and fresh vegetables ltixl
their way to every table, and our people
are consuming the tons of delicious
strawberries that are daily poured into
our markets. Taking the community ns
a whole we are more than enmloit
able we are.
A LVXl'RIOl'8 FEOriK.
And yet the luxubrious cry greets our
ears on all sides that there is no trade, or
none worth mention ! By what myste
rious process, then, is so vast a popula
tion fed and clothed ? Do the innumera
ble oxen, sheep, calves, swine and chick
ens get Irom the larins, where they are
raised, Into the butchers' shops, and from
the butchers' shops mto the kitchens of
consumers w thont trade ? There is not
any daily want of our lorty million peo
ple which is not supplied by trade, ex
cept that part of the turra products which
consumed by the growers. It is the. chiel
office ol trade to supply these constant
wants, and the fact that our people are so
well led and clothed is a proot which no
amount ot croaking can rel'uta that trade
is not in a state of wretched collapse. It
is true mat individuals are not getting
rich as rapidly as they were, or fancied
they were, iu the brisk speculative p;
nod which preceded
Tint GREAT TAMC.
But it Is as absurd to make such a pe
riod the standard ol comparison lor a
healthy state of trade as it would be to
muke the exhilaration and high spirits
which attend intoxication on the stand
ard of good health. Instead ol hoping
for the return ol such a period wo ought
to deprecate it. A renewal ol that kind
ot activity would be the suropreciirser ol
another convulsive panic. It was caused
by the inflation of our currency, and was
as unhealthy as the bloat in a liuiiiuu
body caused by excessive use of alcohol.
Inflation carried up all kinds ot property
to ncticious and fabulous prices, and
hundreds of thousands ol peoplu were
deluded into the fancy that they were
growing rich because the nominal value
ol their property had been Increased by ft
I.YIXO cntllKM v
We mint not expeet and ought not to
desire that kind of Jubilant, deceitful
prosperity, any more than n reformed
Inebriate should expect or desire that re
established health will put him ir. the
same carousing elation of fpirits whiih
was burning up his constitution. Of
course, business admits much improve
ment, but we believe that the country
has made a healthy beginning. The
facts most dwelt upon by the croakers
are either misinterpreted or exaggerated.
When the y point to the great amount of
money which lies unemployed in the
banks they do not allow lor the'great la)
in the prices of most commodities. I.
requires less money to handle the same
amount of merchandise than it did when
prices were measured by the old stand
ard. THI VOLVME OF llCSINllHS
as measured by tho bushel, the scales
iu mo jwusuck, may oe nearly or
quite a large and vet a great deal small
eras measured by money, n the banks
are full of Idle money, with prices at
their lormer level, the unemployed
money would doubtless show a diminu
tion ol business : but when two yards ot
cotton prints can be bought lor .the for
mer price ol oue, It requires only one
half the money to transfer the same
amount ol that species of goods, and
o ot ether kinds of merchandise in
proportion to the fall of their prices.
The other lacts relied on by the croaker
might be taken up and analyzed, and the
result would show an equal amount ol
exaggeration or misconception.
iiTrELi.a li1Su Aufc
Twj numbers ol the LMnq Agt lor tho
weeks ending June 2d and Oth, respect,
ively, have the following noteworthy
wnter.U: Mr.W.llace's "Russia , lrol,,
the quarterly Itrvieu,; Mnnierieuro, u
Mien oy me im. uon. W. K, (ilttdsti,
we en( n ienrurv. iuiBTinnr,r u .
t - J. f. A ( ..
Body. ChwcK quarterly: A Dutch Mil-
AlWIn, an.l BorX
Ukci of Clllornla. by J. Arthur Phil.
llps, F. 0 a.. Popular Science
Reticio; Whist nt Our Club,
Blachcoodi social position, Whitehall
Hcviem Hght-emLttiiisr (lowers, Leisure
Ilauri i The Celt, tho Firrdf ; n story
of literary power, Sieclntor with In
stullments of "I'auliiio," a remarkublo
new serial, and of Win. liluik's new
story, and choice puetry und inUuellany,
For lifty-two iuiiuIhti ol sixty-four
large pages each (or more than U.OOtr
pages a year), the subscription price ($S)
is low ; while for $10 50 the publishers
oiler lo send any one ot the Amtriciii $1
monthlies or weeklies with the Living Aye
for a year, both postpaid. Little & liny,
lloston, are the publishers.
Tut Cincinnati Enquij-eSt Washington
correspondent, writing under date ol"
June", says: "Congressman Hanks' un
expected return to Washington on the
telegraphic summons from Hayes has
c-iued much speculation in political cir
cles hi re. B.u.ks is uot registered at any
ot the hotels, has ecaptl his oM abiding
place, sn.i has sij studiously avoided
public'tr that unusual importance
is attached to bis viil. lie hini-n-'t U
no:i-oomrai.tl. but urvJ a jvr
ewial rrkcJ to-day Uut L s vsit had no
connection with the Fn-sch miion. :
Thi re is a report to insist If.:.! his iit
prestft-s a change in the cahinet pi-r
t.kfi seveml, w r.i.h it has W t"
v,,.-,. .. ,naie wvn? JiaMe to occur
11 any tin". I.'reu' Jissjlissction has
txt-a n ornn evrvt lK-re. and it is now
rervvrte J Uiit he ni.I be given thel!ussian
niivMOu to eonipeusate him lor giving up
tits U-nh on tin- supreme U-nch
ol Missj iiU'Ctts. Key's retiri
raent Irom the cabinent is also proba
b'.e. Belore, he went South he ex-prx-ssi-lhimsell
s nut altogether pleased
w'uh liis jKisition. .Many l his South
em liit mis have leen telliiig h!m lor
some time tlut ti,c idea of breaking up
.. . ... . ., r
the I)rinoora!ic party at the South is an
idle dream, and that he is only hurting
hlinsi It by allowing hiin-ll" to be used
as a tool to further such a scheme. His
recent Southern trip has convinced him
that his triends are right, and last, but
not least.he finds the expenses of a cabinet
position more than he can hear. He
has expressed a desire lor the I'uited
States district Judgeship vacated by the
death of Judge Emmons, nnd can prob
ably have It if he asks for It. Strong
Catholic Influences are working to secure
Thompson's retirement, without any
signs ot success as yet. ll Key goe?, Ty-
n r will probably succeed him. Mor
ton is working tor this change. Humor
connects Hanks' vl'it with the probable
early retirement ol f)eyen, when M
Crary would he given lJeven' place and
Banks the war portlulio. Another re
port current is that Bal ks call liST ; ihe
Uussian mission 11 be wwits it.
rmt New York N.. which ir an ultra
gold bullion" o'giiTi, jub!i-hn t li -
from WWnigtoii int.lrt li,;.- t, .inne
OI'l'iJSIM. SHI.ttVIA I'OI.K.V.
All the other Cabinet OflW-rs and Hayes
Himself Losing I aith In Kesiunptioii.
None of the Republican politicians who
have visited Washington lor a week past
in largo numbers mrree as lo llm r.rep-
lion iiayea policy meets at tin; Hands ot
the mass of the J'epuhlieaii party. All
agree as to the reception given to .Sher
man's policy. Allowance must be made
for individual exaggeration, but the uni
form story fs that one mid two dollar
notes have disappeared throughout the
great agricultural regions to the great,
discomfort ot a community where all
transactions are small and lor cash. I'lm
most ser.ous consequences to the party
are predicted in a result of this, and the
pressure on hlieriiun const4titly in
creases. All the other members of the
cabinet arc said to oppose his policy, eith
er positively or negatively. McCrary and
Thompson the lisrt, und Kvarts, Sclmrz,
and Devcns the last, and the president Is
said to be losing his faith in resumption.
A rumor ol this kind, caught up and cir
culated by prominent Republicans here,
is not an unfair indication of the anxiety
ol politicians, lor their political salvation
at home, to force a suspension ol resump
tion. Stewart L. Woodford stumped
Ohio as a hard money man in the Hayes
Allen light. His position then has given
him a sortot representative character on
the Kaslern hard money sentiment in
Hayes' eyes, nnd a part oj his visit here
Is said to h vo been given to a confer
ence with Hayes on tho subject."
(Krom the Aimtican Architi-a
A Western paper jfives at.u diuiU of dis
eoveries made in exeavatliii,' mounds iu
I tub, some of which are more siiriiiilruni
and sui prising archieuloKically than any
that wu liave yet seen recorded, lu one,
of ihe mouuds wire ioimd, last
year, skeletons ol a man and woman
the man six and a halt leet high, and
holding in hi ritdit hand a weapon of
iron wich was eaten with rust so that it
crumbled to pieces. At the head of
the woman's skeleton was found a carved
tombstone, and in a tight box or rccep-
miiui uuiu vuiiurvus near ny, was a
small amount of vvlieatjkernels. most of
which tell into powder on being exposed
to the air, though a lew grains in the
center of the heap retained their lonn
nun mien iney were subsequently plant
ed grew and produced a kind ol wheat
unlike any known in the neighborhood.
Houses were found in the mounds with
plastered chambers in good preervii
th n, some white, some red; pottery und
cooking utensils and bits ol curiously
carved cedar, mill stones, rlay moulds
as it lor casting, Bnd needles made of
deer s horns, were also lound. On one
large vase of stoneware was a recognled
out'lne of the mountains In the neighbor-
hOOd. A SUSph'tOUslv modern I.
given to the nccourit by tho 'statement
mai mere were lound many pieees of
troenery, similar in pattern to what Is
now In use, and well-shaped lasts 0
stone to he sure-Hnd that the stem ol a
Inrcre plpo was between the teeth ol a
A largo establishment has been opened
In St. Louis lor drying r-ggs. It U in full
operation, and hundreds or thousand of
dozens are going Into its Insatiable maw.
Ihe eggs are carefully "candled ' by
hand that is, examined by light to ns.
certain whether good or not-and nro
then thrown Into an limn nse receptacle
where thev urn broker, nml i,v n , t
fugal operation the wlilln ami yolk are
' U 1 , .. .
: rn-iinrHiiii irnm ton aiirtii . .
ll,',,,,. III 111-11 US
n ready n' ppoffin my.
Tou are asked every day through tin
columns ortho newspaperg ana by your
druggist to tiso something for your de-
dyipepsia and liver eompluint that you
know nothing about, j ju get discouraged
spending; money with but litttlo success
Now to K'ive j on satisluutury proof
Orccn's Augiiit Flower will cure you ol
dypepsiu und liver complaint with ull its
effects, such as sour stomach, sick head
aclio, habitual costivcuess, palpitation of
the heart, heart burn, waterdjrash, fullness
at the pit i f t!io Houiucl), yellow skin, toa
tej lunv.i , iuilwstion. MViinmiui.' of the
head, low spirits, ,Vu,, we a.k you to go to
Paul (i, Shim's and get a sample bottle ot
lirecu'i August Flower lor 10 cents ami
try it, or a resjuUr s'ze for 75 cents. Two
does will relieve you.
, Murder Will mil.
a low yi'ars il.'o "Augu-t t lower ' was
di'.'ovcreJ to be a certain cure lor dyspep
ma and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep.
tics made kcown to their friends Low
fAi;y and uick!y t!iy hul been cured by
It uc. 'l!icj;reat meri s ol Ciieen's
Au".bt rii.wci becamo heralded through
l.ic e ran try by one suiter to aaollur, lint I,
w.t out adert!log, il sale ha become
iairrca-e. lruggils iu evi ry tew n in the
CnlleJ Slat'. s are .ellirg It. Xi person
u3Vrirg with sour stomach, si .-k headavbe,
C3iien , ra'iiitatbu of the heart, in.il-
pei-tion, low i-trii. , can take ttie.e
Jnfs ilhou' relief, lio to Paul i. Schult
and j;et a bottle lor 75 eeuts and tiy it.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
A Ftiiut tfii Uliirli I iir llurior Agree.
Physiciau who have toted the Hji-tet
ters stoniavh Bitters concur in represent
ing it to be an eminently sale sti nulant, far
preferable to the ordinary liquors of coin
mere?, nn only because it is medicated,
but be c.iue it is ijlinitily pure. Its alco
holic ba! is the finest old rye, ami this is
tempered ant rendered medicinal by the
curative ingredients ol botanic origin
which It holds lo solution. It has often
been imitated, but uever rivaled, and is
to-day the hading tonie diuretic and aper
ient in America. Malarial levers are pre
vented and remedied by, and it is a thor
oughly reliable medieino in ea-es of dys
pepsia, oniipation, liver complaint, rheu
matism, gout, nervousness, urinary at
fections. It Improves the appetite, in
creases the bodily stamina, cheeks prema
ture decay, as a sustaining ami comtoilicg
cordial for the aged and infirm is unequ d
A few IhliiKH tlnt we Know.
We know that a illsordered stomach or
liver produces more suffering than ni.y oth
er caue. We know that very few phyd
clans are successful in these di-or lers.
We know that DaCota's radical cure will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost B.
mediately relieve and permanently cure ull
of the di'tr'sing symptoms. We know of !
thouosiid who are willing to testily that
what we siy i- irue to the letter. We
kno that il yoowill jrive ll a lair tfiV,
jou will let us add your name to the
"cloud of witnesses.-' Will you give it a
trie!, nud do it now? Trial v only '.'.'i
eeiite, 'old by Kan lay liros.
Prof. 1'aiker's Plea-ant Weim Syrup is
p'-ilMt'y sah- aud cxirenie'y pulatahle.
.No phyde required, t'o.-t' il.- cents. Try
A delicate coin olexioti is Urn best eom
paredtoa blooming rose; but when the
CMiiuteniiui o is disfigured with blotches
pimples, like weeds in a rove bed, the suf
ferer should promptly ue lr. Hull's Blood
Mixture which (Utekly and effectually
eradicates such uieL'htly evidences ol Im-
pure blood. fi-iUiv
m:h- AIVt KIISI MKM4.
Al mill isl nit or Male,
I'uldic notice is licrcby Kiven tliut in nr
niancr nd by virtwi' of u certain order, jiidK-liit-nt
nnd decree of the c unity court of Ale can
iter county, nutc of Illinois, niftdeawl eotre f
at the February term nf suit court. A. Ii. Is;.,,
upon the application of the linili rsiKiieil, as (,-Ilillli.-lr.ilur
ol the pU!e nl I.diiih .louli" ii,
ilfceH.-eil, to sai'l conn for leave to sill re.U n
tateuf thcrtuiilcitule lo iuy ihe dehi ol n.
tnle,;l will hsshcIi aitiiiinistrulfir, on In-day,
July loth , lsT7.nl Ihe hour of I n o o'clock in the
ttlliTRonn, at the front door of ihe court house
in tin- cily of Luiro, in tai I eoiinty und ulaie,
oiler at public hiIi-to the highest and lu-m In1,
dcr Ihe tVilluwuifr ilescrilieu real tstute. naiiii-ly;
'1 tie east half of the north east iii"Mer
of cecllon loiiripl), in township No.
K-Velitevn (17), south iiinxe ,o. two
-) went of the '.'A primipul im-riiliau,
iu fuel county; ulso hici-ii lots, No, one
(I) lo tvele(lln,ih inelmive, and NoH.lhirtv
sevi'ii( I" forty (l") lioih inclusive, in block
No, thirteen (l l) in the fourth r(llh)
audition t said city of l'aiiou the
Kind lots are designated uiel dea
crilieil on tne recorded limp or hit of iuid city:
also lot No. twenty-lour (1), In hl',ek No.
Ill'y -live (.Vi), iu the llrst tulUilnm to naiil ciiy of
l niro. and an ) lots thirteen (U) and foui tceu
(H), in blocj No. Mvenletn(l7), in the eity of
La Salle iu the county of Iji .Salle, and slate
nfon-suiii Said real estate is to be mibl for the
payment nf the ilelim of the aaid eataie, aid
tlieioime w ill lie Bold for one-half cash in Inn, I
undthebalaiute in aixaudtwelve luontlia With
Kood personal seeuntv and a mortif iife, or a!
morlKiiKe, on the pn ni'nes Hold to aecure bul
niiceof the juir, liusu money.
iloMir r. WAhtissn,
Camio, .lune 'Jsj;. Adniinimriitor, etc
W. II. MARE AN, M. D.
Homceopathic Fhjsician aid Surgiozi
I'r. lir.'ifham s Successor.)
Ollloo 136 Commercial Avo.
'J-1-lln Cairo, Illinois,
SM-clal nttention iiven lo the tremmen "
i-hmnie Di.enM-a uuU iliti-asea j.eculiar tu
"r harlwiiredeaUu for the
hn Mai Wti Prsaniaj Scttle-
Mnde only by the Standard Mannfaoturlnir
Co. PltUburir Pa. Kvery kellle mail of
i-Hst iron, warranted and Kiiamntifd noi to con
Urn any leail or araenic or auy oilier poisonous
mutter whenever ',-svlm
ohtuineil, on me
mediiiai or other
CaVeilta. ArttlrnillLnlM llttn.A.Mn ....
U!., tiroiimtlv attcinliii in. I,,, i. :!
"Jill c may
1H1, ill ma
i Men, Im .
It Hit Patent Oinr-e we can limVeelo.erieiirrh
w. tttiiLaeriir,. ttjinniu n.,,. .... ' . n
i,r ,i , : :::. " . ,," ,,7 n wim
ho are remote from
ex nil ii n
a7P JTrT-.or lo patentability
All eorresi.oiiileiiinatrliily i'oiii,UmlH oilii-s
We rtfrr t otlleiali In the I'atent nniee, and to
tmntora in eety Mtme in Ihe I'nton Aihit..,
- C A. (SNOW A LO.
OWDOf Patent OiU, Washlngton.:D,C.
fl lend ii
I m o d e I
V 1 joiirilev
rou t v vtaiis ttu'waiii aut i-ihlio.
DR. 0. MSLANS'S
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
IIIH ai'.mteiiuiu e is jciJo and
L lo;ulc!i cu!'j.V'l, wii!i urcaskmal
flushes, or ,i eiivu!iis ri!)ci'. spot on
otic or both i heel, i ; llie eyes b'Aiiiu
dull : thepnmlsililiile ; an attrc semi
circle run; ulimg. tlt'J lower eye-lid;
the nose is ir.'
!, swells. atidsoiue-
times b!eeil ; ; ;i swelling; of the unjier
lip; occaio;,.'.! Iv.tdi lie, withmiin
miag or throbbing of the ears; an
umi.sual :v,'i rcti')'i of s.dic.i; slimy or
furred totiu' ; bi'e.ith very foul, par
ticularly ii t'.K' m jrniiig ; apjieiito
variable, s 'iii'. tinv.'.s v. u;i'io;i wi'.iia
giv.ivvi'i' i I'.io.i ijft!iestfr,n.'u l),at
o.:ur;,c:itir.ly ,'t',.io ; fleeting pains
ia ta: .sto'.ui -'i ; o i iuttal nausea
atd voailti':.:; v...i.'.u p -tins through
o :'. 'm a'i ! ,..ie.i ; b )i l ; irreijuiar,
nt tititji cjilive; suli vbiny : not
iiti're.i'i.'iv.iy ti.iyed with blood;
belly s'Voii .a an i l.ard ; m ino tur
bid ; ie ,.;:a 'ni rx., .n.uialiy difli
ciir, a id a-a ouijM'- ied by hiccough;
cotiji'iso.netfaK-. !.-y .rid convulsive
ut'.ei-y ail di.tu sleep, with
,';d.;d:no.'t!r- !ee:b; teiup-.r varia
L.:.', b it .jr.tl'.y ir;-r..ib!, &:c.
Wivja.ver the rbove symptoms
art: found to cxi'.t,
dm. c. :v. i..:r;s vrdiMrrt'OL
V.'id cc;iaitily "T.t t r. rure.
n dof.5 Nor ci:::-.'.! mi'.kci'ry
!; vv; f';r:v ; i: i : a-i p. lo' ttu pretc
l at no , ii , ' (tif;i;.'t of ,(!.r the sn'yit
tit i-,';irv to ,,'te Mr: .:.- tcr infant.
1 ;.e genuine D.t. i Lwi.'s Vr.R-
Mtnv;K br.rs t:..- si -n.Murc:; of C.
MU.ANfi aid I i.r.:;;:; ; l:::o". on the
: o : -
DR. C. I ALAND'S
lil a r.ilii .'Ml l IV.' HlllllOlldi'll
iu a r.-ui !y I !l tho ilU tlmt
ii :.', 1 ," l:'it in aii'-cUniH of
tll'2 I.'.N I. i i i I . 1 Ld'mus ('i)lil-
plaii. .-, l'y :.u . 1 Sid; limb
el.", ! : id' tint character,
thr.-y i-t :;. ! v '..!.-..; r.va!.
A(;ri: :..;: fkvkk.
-'' 1 : ' : cr,'i bo u,l
1 ; if- .' r lA'iu:: (iui
t :: .
' ' : ' a;.' . jc.r ; i-ive tiiey are
u:: . ::ir. ,p i n ; atioxs.
' ;; .i;.i - i.tu i ' i -iiL'ar
J.. !i I- .r !i a red wax seal on
tl't I'd. V.idl ih.' Itiine,.- ;,n 111.
.V-1. '. v.' l.tvi.i: 1'ii.i.s.
- t ' -1 1 wi-;, f t !,!;, r.i the iuulurea
Oft'. MM INK ,il- 1 l.l.MIM! JillDS.
Sold Uv nil r .-j"M talile ilruy!isU
aiid ciaiuliy sliin Rcein is ," nerally.
226 Commercial Ave,
IVIucin W'.chinijloti j, j, -I C.m.Mirt.i.d Ai-imt
C AIK ,ILLINOIS.
TranBiont Hates: $150 Per Day,
Weekly nnd Monthly Bonrd
erM Accommodated at
Rates to Suit tho
Th Crystal Saloon
In ( oniK-ui .n with F-iropcan, la Furnished with
Ihe l..ilr,t Myle
Ii ii,i;icd will. ih,. firle,t winc and luioors antt
Mixed Drluli. Mad a Specialty.
W. C. J0CELYN, D, D. C.
iiflioe on K.iitliUi mreet, between Wnshlngton
,l--r"J""'i"1 avennea, l alro, din.
Physician St Surgeon,
Omro in Winter's lllork. corner Heventh ami
ijommi-reial Avenue, (entrance on Heveuth.
O. IUKRISON LEACH, M D
Keiiceiul attention Wven to Homeopathic
treatment ol nirnlcaldliieaHe, all hronle
dlseusen mid dlseuaei ol women and chill
dren. OlNee tin Commereial avenue, near
Nintn Htreet. CAIHU. ILL,
Wholeaalu Dealer in
Onico, Comer Twelfth and
ICK liy the ur Loud or Ton Will tt
packed for unliipiiiK.
TARICTt MTU BE.
WHOLESALE ADD EETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Qooda Sold Very Cloie.
Voroer 10th 8t. and Oommerela) A,
C. O. PATTER & CO.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
&OENTS AUEHIOAN POWDF CQ
M Ohio LAvee.
Q. D WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer Id
No. 16 OHIO LEVEE.
P.-:'..Af. a'.tiatbt kW, n tic in i n I'.mi
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilE BULLETIN ii iuhliahedeerymorniB(i
(eici fit Mob lay) In the Hiilletln Huihling, cor
ner Washington avenue and Twelrth etreet.
Tiia Ilui.LTiN ia aervcl to city 8uli:rilitraly
laithful carrieraatTwetity-Kivo Onla a Wwk,
yahle weekly. Hy Mail, (in advanoe), Klir
annum; all montha, three inomlia, .!; one
month, tl a,.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'uhliahed every Thurada morning at tl
pt: annum, invariahl; in advance. 1 he oonujr
on Ihe Weikly will be irmld attliia offli-, u
ba BiihecriUra wll obtain for a iiln,crlition
rh!v ol 1 i year.
di i l r ,
Hwaineaa Cards, fier annum,.,
Out iquare, one naerllon,....
One aquare, two mnertioiia,..
Oue square, one wee ,
(Joe square, two weeks
One auuare, three weeks,
One jqiire, on month,
One square, one nwrtion,
Kach auheisiUKnt lnaertlin,
t-One ln,.h ia a square.
U"Tu regular advertisers we oiler superior lg
duoetucnta, both as to rate ol charges und man
ner of displaying their favors.
Communication upon aubjeota of gen
aral lntereat to the publlo aollolted.
IJ-A1I Ilualnees Letters should be aildresse.1 lo
Twlro Bnlltln rompnnr.
TManiiooi! Womanhood 1 Makkiagi:!
Impediments to Marriage; the causa
and euro. Sent securely tent'-d, post
paid for o cents, by Du. C. Whittikr,
tlj St. Charles Street, St. Louis, Mo.,
.Se ereat specialist. Read hi works.
l .... It - .JI. .. .
FPJJ-; mm to suit ire hues
Room and Board, 1st and
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $3 00 Per Da
Spaolal Rata by Waak or Momth
A limited nnnihor of very tleairahle tniu
rootna can be secured at reaaoiiahla rules lor the
'I he St. Charles Is the lurgestand treat anpnlnt
fdlloiia In Southern Illinois, and la the liiwl
hotel In Calm. Notwithstanding thn "B
Kock" reduction in prlimi, the table will,
iiiial,lie liberally uppliefl with Ihe very
of everything that can kw found in market.
Hne large sample rooms for comiuerclal tray
tiers, on ground floor, fret of charge.
If All baggavenfgiMatiieonveyvil to und Iron
tin hotel Without charge
d0.tf rncrioto i
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership In the wholesale
LIQUOR & WIIME
Business, heretofore carried on by F. M. Stockfleth, and will
continue the same at tho
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Under the firm name of r
Stockfleth & Bross
And invite their friends am' patron to call on them.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
To my former patrons and the public generally :
Having formed a co partnership with F. Bross who Is well
and favorably known in the city and vicinity, I hereby return my
thanks for past favors and patronage; and solicit a continuance
of the samo In tho future. F. M. STOCKFLETH.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
AND G ANDES
J3 OHIO LEVEE,
City Katlonal Bail Building, np-stairi.
The Oldest Established Arenoy in South 2
era Illinois, repreannting over
ts onrt nno
The Southern Hotel hiirne'l down, and
yet how many people carry their own
rii.ln. Go at ohi e to llonry Wells, (leneral
Afent. and have your fiiori rtv iiinired at
The lo nf
In this trrritile St. I.ijIh lire ivn grt'itt.
Hhtuin a I. ile liiKiirance I'nlii y tt nin e,
Kline oim-teiith nl all the. ilentha in the
l.'nited state" the r...,u r an pi- iu-.
'J inn i- no
St'iry put forth (or Die Ofciii-ion, hut is
tiki ii lro:ii UtmUr ftiiumi'nts, the reliabil
ity of wlih h em not he impeached.
British America, Asanta $1,130,000
Millrille Mutual, . 1,440.000
Union, of Pbila. " - - ,100.000
Firetnen'a of Dayton " - 4 k! 0,000
Nw Kntrlnnd Lutiml Lif, 37.7O0.O0O
Illinois Mason s Benevolent Hoi. loty
li' r'etiU'd hy
IfVUIAI. lN'hl IIANCK A'iKSr.
nne hul fcniiml nml lloneal ;oiii-
(IKKH'K - In lh- A'" in It : unity Hunk,
n.fii ti i itt , t. ... ... .
Dili rKNS A M Y ! - n -'u-i.ii..
.rwA a Hi. I Ul IV. MO
. Vr'Y v fi'lH
C- iii.'ii'r,.,, .. si
lit tin- trvhti ir-iit ol deiuul uU
, Ur. IS I I S Miu Hnvff.iildo.
i" 1 1 i' iiittrri' 1 1 Riui t ;,, iw i t n . ...
ifriHUc. (ill Ills' HiVtrei leant r. ,e. -1 i .
i-'M tiitl (!i isrM'l Ititirimtii-ef.i i. it,.
I" r-u'lf;. Im h'.liuunl be k. Id aiJ,r"iu. k ij
L' v. i.l r. i. I .f !,,.
A PUI ATKMi;DIl:Al.TnEATISE"inLI,..i.rt
' Pi'iv.ito l.uturuiu I. Hi t.1,1, t'. !,,, ,
I. "lr, ."lllti K. ,,,4; .ytlrni, tUt t(P ,,.,, ui.uir , UJ.
J'.'1.,'.':' "'"'-'' ""l "'u1, r "' '"r'il ''!
Ia I- UK.'Al, ADVlCB.'ii viimlai.i l !-imiii- Ij.
'mi .ul VWakiie.i, tulirrh, l iiiror, Ki.muii., Ilir li.,ii".
II. tit, Kr , nrHnzt .,ili .il 1,-r M'm! f..r 111 r!,. All
lll", e nooks i "UlmuiliJI 4,10 panes Bll'lrvt rvtl; ILU wall
I ii" , on ih- .'il.ji i t, ent sf-uurt.iy aened oil re.
.' ipi of 00 ots. Ail.lriM, Dr. ButtV Diipemary,
ic t7N.aihsl.. ImiIs.Mo. li.b.i.li.!i 'M,
I ;r:o l iii.fl u ri'iiiriliii.rfl , ,, Ii , ... .. .
St Louis, Mo.
IHOB. A. KICE, A. M. L. 1, B., )
TAB. BICE, A. H.,
J. 11. ttUttWUUil,
FULL LIFE SCHOLARSHIP? $81 00
MOST Complete, Thorough and rractica
course ot htudy in the Unlied Htutes a
cuiime inuiMiH'nuioie to every young than em
ournuigun uie sea ui me
For Illustrated Circular,
TH08. A. HICK, A. M T.. I,. II.,
DRS. CANINE St WITITLOCK,
Having enterexl Into a uo-psrtnership, fr the
purposa of pructiclng iluntislry, iu nil Its
liraaclieH, would respertlully inform tbote ueed
ingtlie mrvicetofi dental operator, that they
arc prepared to attend to their wanta iu every
'I he lllling of teeth done in the most snlislinv
!ory mnnnei'. Inserting arlillciul dentures, al
ways will) a view of Maturing, as lar as pi.ic
ticable.tbe lost contour slid naiurnl expreiilon
:if the most lmprovl methmla and materials
Teeth euiw.teil absolutely without pain hy
'joint nitrous oxide gas.
Ihey emend an invitation to all,' to esll and
lee them and solicit a Ulieral share of their pat--nnsge.
Work guaranteed. Prices moderate,
CAMNB ft Willi LOCK,
IU CommsTolal enue, hstween sth and tb itu
KW All VKMTeKHKWTt.
PUVfli "'a-nctave, line ronewoiKt (not ne
:ilMSlald over an iiKii.th! . arai, nui ajri
rr?rrN'ew pmnoa at wholesale. Oreat Ur )
1 Dft5A51',in" Nearly new, l.i; 2 stops. r.
etoim hi, , atops v,r 7 atops i
ioiiii listop vtq IM. Hare opportune
ilea. New organs at wholenale. iJewai imlta
liona. llest ever niale, KK l. hent on ''to
I ''days' teat trial, Money refundeil ani frelgbt
iid bold ways if untntUfsetory. tat, le-4l.
Ag nta wunleil Iliteoont to tracheni. minitr .
eie. Addr -as Daniel K, Iteatty, MaahingVii '
t wtf ln y""r wn town. Terms am!
OW) i'.outtll frw. II. II VLLKT k CO., I'ort
Til llntlonnl Intallit fD siekness
every iK.rtion of the hwly iymnthi.es with the
"at of llie ilinnrder. When (tie "toma. li falls m
H-rforru its funuinn,!, the lier, bowels, nerve
. arteries, etc .are all more of less alfeelnl
Itiixi.elin'ini'nH n.iiirt a medicine, cnmbin
iiik ihe propertka nl a atnniKhic, an alterative,
a purgative, a tome, and a el.iiive to Lting
them Imck to their dntv j ami all then element
in their pure,! sn.l inat ertectlTe forms, ale
limit', ilmnd Seltzsr aiqtriat.
tin gretauline remedy for iniligestinn. snd its
ivini'iiiiiitini rone'nen Sold hy ail drug'
$55 to j77avry
achm. iio fil'tn r
' Kf K. J'. 0, VlcKfc.hV.Au-
day M le.mt. Ajents .anted, (rottii
i .mu icimv l ia t CO. Auifiist.
TI1E BLACK II1LLS.
I!y II, N. Msgulre, whoient 12 yesm in this
t'gioii. fjitent nei'oiinu of goij am) .vr
pr.sierti, agneiili'iial und urn tig re oiines,
elimate. hiinllng and llalnr.g, Iii.,n, and set
tli r' adventiirus with them, mining anil wild
Me-iirn life, the watirfiilli. boiiina nrnrra.
noble aiwnery, iiiiiiiin-e gorges, eto. vitb C,
hne illutratinns, anil new map. Prne OM.V
' I'M KM", 'old by all uewwlraleie. or sent
poliui. tor I'J eeult by IMJNM.I.I.KY. l.l i
l'i, I'liblinheri, I hirago. IlU.
DRUNKARlT STOP !
( .1. TlKKIfM. D. .former y of JU tea, h.s
a li..rinli'H4 cure for IN I KMI'KKASCfc, .n. h
ean be given without the knowledge of the pa
I Unit. A No une for the
I'l-nn.inriit itiiren gmtrantel In both.. A.k
ilrngKUt" for it. Atnas
llhKKS u. , HirmlngUm. Conn.
, SWEET NAVY
j wa awarded the hlghen prize at Ihe centennial
j evpoaitiun lor Us line chew ng ipialitlea, the e.
eilleiii'oand Uating eharacter ol its sweetening
j and flavoring. It yon wmii the beat lotmeeo
evernmile u-k your grorer f.ir this, aud see
Unit eai h plug beun our bliii! stripe trude mark
1 Willi words Jai'ksnns' liini on il. hold by all
.Jobbers. Send lor sample to t, A. JAlKSO.N
A 1 l.. Muniifacliin m, i'eteribiirg, Va.
: f)C Extra Fine Mixed Cards, with name
UJ 10 eta., post-paiii. J ju.sK! A CO.,
Nassau, N. V.
j 2? KXTK IK ( AKIIM, no two alike,
I wuh niune, 1IX IN. J. 14. IIAHO.R,
i Muhlen liriile, N, y.
' .H1? in 0fl per ihiv at home
; 'Succato's Palest apm?."
rpiIIS I'Al'VKofiRAPA WILL I'HODUCE
, X rrom one to a thoimund fae-simllles of any
: denlgn, writing, drawing, maps, notinea, price
i I'm, culmination paper, etc., mlng one wrlt-
and an ordinary copyingpreas. Tlie iroccss is
simple, euny. ana ispiu Mend ror descriptive
circular, and adilrtrss T1IK Fal'Voi;RAI'H
CD , Norwich, Conn, or JOHN MO.NTIETIl,
lot) N. Sixth St.. St l.oun. Mo.
PA1XT AND OII.H.
B. F. Biako
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, 4tc,
always on hand, the celebrated tlliimlnatlD
Corner Blavantti Btreat and WaablnaT
ton Atsnus f
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Irfte of the St. (hsrlM. ,
RATES: $2.00 PER DAY
Bsggige Taken To and From tho
rr m . .aw srv