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UE!IE4L SEWS ITK.
.-TUO Xew York JW. the paper "
hu now turned It. battert on llajrc ,
iTd U gwUwm particular fit, or Ms
-The Kew York JfawM says: "In
C4T8 la th Btreet. In restaurants, every
Sit, one hears radical republicans say
.JJthat If they had to vote in they
n.ild rote for Tilden."
--Toe Republican papers are engaged
. i. .c.i iimIo miarrel about who U r-
..im lor the destruction of
h Republican party. The quarrel itse I
presume! that the party U destroyed,
and tht Question Is who killed It?
Jowrh Lyman of Allen Grove, Ma
,on 'county, whow barn was
i vvrral days ao by a sup-
posed Incendiary, discovered the bones of
two human heinson wo w i
removing the rubbish. The opposition
U that two tramps who called at tbe
house the evening previous were ourueu
with the barn while asleep,
They had an election in K-nver Uie
other dav tor school trustees. Out ot
th hundred and twenty-three women
who voted, only one-a mi of eighteen
Mittiintetl. Mie anew
)W ni " e
i.i .nnnvh to marry, ami
-The Iowa Republican sfate conven
tion, will meet on the 20th. The Hayes
and anti-Hayes elements of the party are
making ready for tbe fray that is to Uke
place. Resolutions denouncing Hayes"
"Southern polir be introdud.
i . wir tiirhr rated. Sena-
tlie purpose of wblci i
n a letter
possible an open rupture i
is claimed that the president s
not popular with Iowa Radicals. .
-1 be New York Graphic, a strong
Republican paper, says : "Senator Thar
man of Ohio, one of the most hlghe,
minded and conservative Democrats in
the country, has come out in a strong ar
gument in favor of this 'old silver dollar.'
It is as certain as any event of the future
that when congress meets there will be
scarcely an tflective opposition to silver,
as well as gold, being recognized as a
legal tender for all debts, public as well
JeanSalazor, aSpaulard, and Henry
Sanders, a negro, had a discussion in
San Jose. California, the other duy, as
to whether there was any difference be
tween a Spaniard's and a negro? .Jluod.
They agreed to decide the question by
examination and with a razor they
slightly gashed their aruifi, thus getting
two kinds ol blood to look at. So iar
they were amiable ; but when Salazor
said that he could plainly see adiffereDce(
Sanders got angry and mado. a fatal at
tack Dn him with the razor.
The General Assembly ol the Pies
byteriau Churwi South ha3 squarely con
demned ; II klndjol danctair. One of the
resolution say: "Some forms of this
amusement aie more mischievous than
others, the round dance than the square
the public ball than the private partj
but none ol them are good, but all are
evil and should be discontinued, and we
affectionately urge all our parents not to
send their children to dancing schoolfi
when they acquire a fondness and an ap
titude for the dangerous amusement."
State Journal: "Complaints from
postmasters still continue to be received
at Washington relative to the super
abundance ol silver, which, under the
present law, is a legal tender only in
sums ol fire dollars or less. Contractors
refuse to receive more than five dollars
trom postmasters In settlement ol their
accounts, and the postofllce department
even is forbidden by law to receive more
than that amount trom postmasters.
The postmasters are therefore placed in
the unpleasant predicament ot being
defaulters, unless they choose to pay out
the greenbacks and retain the coin."
Klertlom for IbU Year.
lifrropbis Appeal 1
Twelve States will hold elections dur
ing tbe present pear, to-wil: Kentucky,
August Cth; Vermont; September 4th ;
Calilornia, September 6th : Maine, Sep
tember, 10th ; Iowa and Ohio, October
itth, and Massachusetts, Mississippi, New
York, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wis
consin, November Uth. In Kentucky and
Mississippi the Democrats will sweep
everything; they will also cary Virginia
by a large majority, The Republican ma
jorities In Vermont, Iowa, Alainc and Mas
aachutts will be cut down to about 15,000,
24,000, 1,000 and 10,000, respectively. Jt
they retain Pennsylvania at all, the vic
tory will not be worth while celebrating.
New York will roll up some 40,000 ma
jority tor the Democrats, aud with prop
er exertion, they will also carry Calilor
nla by 8.000 and Oblobr 3.0(A) majority.
Wisconsin will, In all probability, elect a
Democratic governor. In lour of these
states leolslatures are to be chosen which
will furnish successors to a like number
ot United State senators, whose terms
expire on March 4th, 1879, viz.:
The Democratic senator will certain
ly be replaced from Kentucky, and there
is also a strong probability that the three
Republican from the other states nam
ed will give way to Democrats. How
ever, tbe Democracy has nothing to lose,
and, whether they gain or not, the re
sult ol the approaching elections will be
far from discouraging to them, while
the whole people are anxiously awaiting
tbe verdict ot these, our greatest stales,
upon the latest Republican breach of
.compact tbe tbett of the presidency and
the nullification of the result oi the law
ful electoral vote.
VIM Hernias f J. Wilkes Booth.
To dispose ot certain absurd stories
that has lately appeared In the public
prints, tbe Baltlmoie Gtzttte says that
President Andrew Johnson ordered the
remains of J. Wllks Booth to be deliv
ered to bis tamlly, snd that they sent
John U. Wesver, a Baltimore underta
ker, to Washington to receive them. A
box was taken np lrora the arrensl build
ing and delivered to him. It wss found
to contain a skeleton wrapped up in an
anay blanket. On tbe right foot was an
amv shoe, eut open at tbe top its emir
Mgthi H it to accommodate a swollen
foot. , On tbe other Is a large cavalry
boot. icDOrtor of tbe Oautlt eism-
e4 tM booe In and above the shoe, snd
found that the leg was broken Just above
aukle. Still, the Identity of the reuiaius
was not satis! actor tally established, es
pecially as there was no portion ot the
spinal vertebretra missing, and no mark
of any bullet upon them. A brother of
1....V.. ....... ..... nm !. .nl.l It..) U'lltfAB
I)UU1 flH ecu, IUI, nui.liuuiuni ....
bad his tooth plugged with gold in a pe
culiar manner, lie desenbhd tho loca
tion of the tooth, and drew with a pencil
the shape of the plug, which was of un
usual size. The teeth were take out and
the tooth found to be plugged as uos
eribed. Tha remains were buried m
Ureenmount cemetery, in the same lot
with his. grandfather, lather, and the
Where I Ackermau ?
Where is Ackermani The reader K
ready to Inquire whojin t he devil is Ack
man ?,There. now, say we. such is fame.
Whv Ueriu.in is one of tho men that
Urant tried to lift into greatness and
elorv hy making him attorney genera of
the United States. The bridge
uie too hl"h for poor Aekerman's legal
ability. Ue waved his llag for a season
in Washington, and then evaporated to
..ninnnn to the ereat republic.
It would be cruel In us to let him die.
out ot the popular mind. We shall not
t Therefore, be it known, that he
resides in Cartervilie, Cass county, tieor
It Is not believed .that his talent
will ever be able to set the i ooa on nre
but, so Iar as we know, nc is a r
Tou are aAed every day tnrwmh u
column of the newspaper nd by your
. ... ... .mtihin..' for your de-
ii., i vviMj.iiiol l:it t
know nolbin about, you fet di.ur-ed
tenJior money with but Mine ucces.
Now to cive you satWistory proof
Green's August Flower will cure you ot
jyij j.ia an J liver compiiiut with a'.l its
effects, filch a sour namicn, ic ce'i
k.he, hiliituilcot'.iveues', pa'pitatlon of
the hesrt, hesrt turn. witer-braM. ful!ce
at tbe pit of the itoffiich, yellow jkin. co
teJ tongue, indit,'tioa. wimming of the
head, low Liriu, Jt., we a-k you to go to
Piui G. Schuh's snd get a Mmfle bottle ot
rir August Flower lor 10 rent- nd
try it, or a regulir i ze for 73 cem. Two
lo -i will relim tou.
Murder Will Out.
A leW years l6'0 "AugU't Flower" wa.
dis:overed to be a certain cure lor tiyfrep-
ait and liver complaint, a few thin dyspep
tics made known to their friends bow
fjisily and quickly thsy Ltd been cured ty
K use. The treat nieri1 ol ureen s
Aut'ust riowerbteame heralded through
the country by one uu"er to another, unt I,
wit. out advertising, it-; sale has become
immense. Druggists in every town in the
United States are filing it. So person
uffering with sour'tomach,si:t headache,
cotivene, pa'pitation of the luart, indi
gestion, low spirits, etc, can take ihee
dose without relit . Go to Paul . Sdmli
nd Ket a bottle for 75 cents an' try it.
Sample bottles 10 cents.
A Point ou Wbirb tbe Itarlor Auree.
l'hyfiiciaus who have tented tbe liottct
tors Stomach Bitters coacur in represent"
ing it to be an eminently eafe stimMlant, far
preferable to the ordinary liquors of com
merce, not only becaiiie it is medicated,
but because it is Utinitely pure. lt alco
holic baM is the finest old rye, and this Is
tempered and rendered medicinal by the
curative tuj.'rdients ol botanic origin
which it hoMs Id solution. Ii has often
been imitated, but uner rivaled, and
to-day the leading tonic diuretic and aper
ient In America. Malarial fever- are pre
vented and remedied by, and it ii a thor
oughly reliable medicine in caic of dys
pepsia, eonstipatiou, liver complaiiit, rheu
matism, gout, nervousness, urinary at
fections. It improves the appetite, in
creases the bodily stamina, checks prema
ture decay, as sustaining and comforting
cordial for tlie aged und iolirm is unequal
A few I bins that Kaon .
We know that a disordered stomach or
liver produces more suQering than any oth
er cause. Vt know that very h w physi
cians are successful in these disorders.
We know toatDaCosta's radical cure will
without the shadow ol a doubt, almost tfr
mediately relieve and permanently cure all
of the distressing symptoms. We know of
thousands who are willing to testily that
what we say is true to the letter. We
know that It yon will give it a (air trial,
you will let us add your name to the
"cloud of wltneMe."' Will you Rive it a
trial, and do it now? Trial hzo only 25
cents, .Sold by Kan-lay Uros.
j'ror. rsi kem nea-ani worm yrup is
perfectly safe and extremely palatable.
No physic required. Costs i' cents. Try
A delicate complexion is the best com.
pared to a blooming rorie; but when the
countenance ia dikflgured with blotches
pimples, like weeds In a rose bed, the suf
ferer should promptly use Ir. Bull's Wood
Mixture which quickly and effectually
eradicates such unxightly evidences of lui
pure blood. ft-ft.1 w
I'uWIc notice ji hereby given that in pur
suance and by virtue of certain orih-r, judg
ment and decree of the county court of Alemn.
tier county, aute of Illinois, nuule and entered
at the Febnury term of il court, A. l. l-7u,
upon the application of the unuersigiiecl, t4.
imiiiBiraiur oi uie eiaiB oi i.euva .lorKttnnen
deceawl, to aal'l court for leaye to wll rtal -tateof
tbeMideatate to)aj the debtn of aaiil tt
UteI will aa auch administrator, on I uctday,
July loth, l77,at the hour of two o'clock In the
alu raoon.it the front door of the court home
In the city of Cairo, In tald county and mate,
offer ttpuMiculeto UieulgheM and beat Wl
der Uie lollowltiK deecrioed real estate, namely:
The eat half of the north-eat quarter
of aecUon rour;(), In townahip No.
seventeen (17), aouth an ice Iio. two
0 weat of the W principal meridian,
In aaid county; alto aixteen (It,) lota, N'oa. one
(I ) to twe!ve(12)both incluiive, and Moa. thirty
evenfiT) to forty (4") lH,th.ln.olulve, In block
No, thirteen (11) In the fourth riith)
addition U Mid city of Cairo "as tin
said lots are deiifmated anlr des
cribed on the recorded map or nlut of said cmvi
also lot No. twenty-fonr (Hi. In blork s...
Ill'y -live (W), In Uie drat aildition to'sald city of
Cairo, and aiao Iota thirteen (1.1) and fourteen
(U). in bloci No. seventeend?), In the cltyol
La Salle, in the county of La bail, and state
aforesaid. Said real estate Is to be sold for the
payment or the dents of the said estate, and
the same will be sold for one-half cash in hand
nu uie balance in alxandtweive mouths With
(rood personal security and a mortals, or sals
uiortgaKe, on the prem'se sold lo secure bal
ance of the purchase money.
uour.i w annual,
Caiho, JuneS, 1x77. Administrator, etc,
W. C. J0CELYN, D. D. C.
IUce on EiRhUi street, between Waihlhston
nu Counnrcisl avenues, Cairo, ills.
Physician it Surgeon,
The weather for the last week, until
.Saturday night, was unsettled aud a
great deal ol rain had fallen. Indeed
reports from all parts of the country are
to the iQect that too much rain has
fallen for the good of the growing
crops and particularly the wheat, la
some localities wheat hat been more or
less Injured by tho heavy winds which
have prevailed, much of It having been
blown down. However, as tho weather
seem to have fettled, much ol it may
straighten up and the damage will in all
probability prove very small.
IluVuiess U quiet and merchant are
having an easy time of it. Tbe flour,
grain and hay markets are all inactive
and transactions In those leading article
of commerce are extremely light. How
ever this is the season when merchants
Jo not anticipate a brisk business nd a
a consequence they are not disappoir.teu.
There seems to be a well sealed opin
ion in the uiluds ol well-mlonned -.ncr-th-it
when the harvest is ov, r and
.i .. .,'i ti.i.i A,vn un. Iht tntdi
will sarnie new lite, and that the ;
r t., tr.nco. !.-,t
will exceed that of any former xer
i v, K-l Ti. in.li.r&lior.s eem laror-
ably, ami we boinr dealer ma rot f
be disanpoinuM in their e xr'tUou.
ViU by river M New Orlean are un-
ixOur friends should bear in tuiu l
that the nriees here ffiven are only lo
sales from l.rst bandi in rouna low. in:
tilling orders and lor broken lots It is !
neoesiirv to cliarge an advance or j
these fig'ires.i I
A rise of from S to Vi cents in the)
pricv of wheat in Chicago and St. Louis
has had a tendency to strengthen the
dour market here, ami prices are now
stronger and sales ot round lots are fully
2Zt higher. The demand, however, s
yery light and transactions are limited.
Stocas are small, though equal to the de
mand. Low grade flour Is unsaleable.
We note sales as follows : 400 bbls Choice
Familv, $3 250; 50 bbls various
grades, $V9; 100 bbls fC Ttfifl 50 ; 2X) j
bbls ?7 3:i9 ; 0 bbls. Good I amily f9-
There is. no improvement in the hay
market. Receipts are light, and there is
very little choice on the market. The
demand is entirely lor good choice to
choice Timothy. Low grades are plenty
and dull. Prices are steady at quotation'. :
Wo unto anh-.a. of 1 car choice Timothv. ' I
f 13; 2 car choice Timothy, $12 25; 1 e.ir i
choice niixe.i, u j.
There is a fair local demand for corn,
but the shipping and speculative demand
is very light, lleetipts continue light,
and the supply on the market h very
small. Trices are a shade lower than at
the date of our la.-t iJue. .Sales noted
were as follows: Scars white, in bulk,
Siie; 1 car white, in bulk,4:c;l.l'"i saeke,
whits, T,:e; 200 sack? mixed. Me.
Tin. d-mrind lor out-: is viry livUt, and
transactions are lew. Very few arrive j
and there are only a small supply on the i
market, though sutlleicnt for the wants
ol busine-3. Trices are a shade lower.
We note the "-ale ol I oar Northern in
ak llo ; 2 r-ar Northern in hulk 3'ie.
Bran i in lair supply and mrderate
demand. Trices are steady at quotation?.
Sales noted were 29 sacks, $20- Vi sacks,
J20;yjack;, $19 50.
There is a fair demand lor meal.
Fri' are lirrn and bolder" arj asking
$2 70, with $2 'MS 2 05, oflrre.l. Coun
try In plenty and dull at J2 iUii Z0.
Sales noted were 2Vj bbls., City, $2 );
50 bbls., country, 12 50; 300 bhK. r',ty,
Total cK'i of all kinds both oi l and
are scarce and in demand, Iteoipts ol
new potatoes have been light for several
day, and there are but few on the mar
ket. New are worth $ l4 25. Sales
noted were 20 bbls. Old peachblows,
$.150 ; 10 t,Ms. ol new,choire soM at ft 50.
There Is still an overstock of butter on
the market. Receipts are libera), and
while the Iresh receipts are usually taken
the old stock Is lelt on the hands of deal
ers, and it is only reasonable to expect
that much of it w ill spoil. We note sales
ot 300 lbs. Southern Illinois, lOfellc; 10
packages choice Wisconsin dairy, 20c;
100 lbs. inferior, 106,1 2c; (I packages
There are very few eggs on the mar
ket, and receipts are light. The demand
is good, and prices steady at 10c: Sales
noted were 400 dozen, lit cases, lie; 300
dozen, 10c, 300 dozen, 10f2,10Jc; 230
Poultry is In lair demand, and limited
supply. Receipts are light. Trices arc
steady at quotations. Sales noted were
i coop mixeu, n ,0; i coops young
cmcaens, n o; i coop choice young
chickens, f i 25; 1 coon cood old iiBriJ"
f J 25 ; 2 coops mixed chickens, $2 6YA
2 75. Young chickens are worth all the
way from $1 50 to $2 50, according to
hales provisions were 2 casks clear
bacon sides, Sic; 1 cask hams, canvassed,
lljc; 1 ca-k plain shoulders, 01c: 1 cak
Sales lard wcro 2 tierces 101 c; 5 us
vihwu ivljliUICU 11 Us
fcales vluegar were II bbls. pure ai ilo
1 us gai v JTCI KUilUIls
Halt sales wereJOObbls. Ohio river $1 40
Hules lard were 3 tierces, refined, lUe
10 kegs kettled rendered, 10o.
HIDES AXD TALLOW.
Hides are higher, aud we now quote
ur.v Hiatal lowiuc; green salt, 7mSc
aud green 7c. Tallow Is worth 7fmrc.
ONIONS. w 1
The market Is wU supplied snd tbe
demand light. Prices sro $4 60(4 78
lorcbolcj yellow, and U to $4 'iS for
tfWVv Tfcilik BUtfHt. THK CriUC
Hi. C. JFLANE'S
Celebrated An.aicaii "
SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
THE countenance is jale and
leaileii-('ol :.!, with t-icbioual
flushes, or a cii, uniM lilv'. -'JkiI oh
one or both the, ks : t he eyes k uw
dull ; theri!p;ii,l:l.".L' ; aaaiurv.sm
cirtle runs alun. lite U'ir rve-lul;
the nosy U irritate'.. vwv Ils.anl some-tinusb.leeii-;
lip ; ocf.i,iun.:l lu-.'.'U" he, 1 1 a hum
ruing or throlj!.i!i;; -1 the ears; ;n
tr.v.is.ial scere!.:' i -i' lauv cr
furrnl toni.ue; bua: i un Mil, len
ticular!' ia ilie i.K-rr'.ius; ; apjtite
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DR. C. BLANC'S
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Mad - lily by II, Standard Munufai turlnaT
Co. Pittabursr Pa. Kiy ttlc mwtr ol
ra-i iron, wartsntKl ar. 1 imhhiwI doi io con
Uin sny Irad tr arcne '.r my ytl,tr-uU',riou
matfr wl.jcnTi-r -h-1m
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llli!. Cai,U, A- iif.wiu, Interfnani.s,
tc, ,roinitly att'i.J-l j.,. (i.vfniions that
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''till, in moa
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urd l,y us.
sitir ti,s I'atent OIB'' can ruiA closer iwirr h
rlrur patent!. m'.r',r.,mr,t1y and with
Ijiosdur claims lianln',f- t, air r-rr,ott rroui
I L(I us a
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w a maa
ti'.n frc of chari?,ii I h1.( an to Latntabilltv
All eorn-.pobitcm cti.ctir w,Sd-'Utial ntimi
l-ricrt low. AMI M (HAl'.I.K I.M.KS
i'ATt.ST IS k CI Hhn. t i.r.
WretT toolllc.a). ,n li t I'atrnt offlcs, and to
nvtrNlors III rvery fctaw .i, the I'niun AU.li.
I . A. SNOW A CO.
OpriQ' r't'i)H,.., Vahl,t,,n T r.
226 Commercial Ave,
Btiwern "4'.hir,,ton and Commtrcial Avenwi
G A JK .ILLINOIS.
Transient Rates: $1.60 Per Day,
vv ouKiy ana naontniy uoara
ers Accommodated at
Rates to Suit the
The Crystal Saloon
In (.'iimtcijon with European, It rurniihtd with
tu i.attst otyis
h ufj.ild witbjhs Unfit w Inn auditors and
UUad Drlflis Made a Ipsatalty
TiiT n H i fall Til
No w-York Storo
WHOLESALE AXD BKTAIL. '
IN TDK CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Uun.tr teUi It. and GemnarclaJ if,
C. O PATIER A CO.
STRATTON & BIRD,
AOINTS AHJUOAN POWbsf OO
ft7 Ohio Levee.
G. D WILLIAMSON,
And iHmlrr is
11. 18 OHIO LEVEE.
PtL.KL attsatioi lfa toeaianti I
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City HillonaJ Bask lolldlns;, Bp.,ulrs.
7t CldtEaUbUsib4 Ancy In SonUJ
rs iiiuuus), rpraDUnar oor
tftS OOP OOP
'1 tit Sutitlicrn Hotel burned down, snd
Trt how inaov ueonle carry their own
risks. Goat once to llenry Wflls, tiencral
Apeiit. and hare your Mopcrty insured at
LOW F.ST hATKS.
The Ion- of
Iu this tcrrlt.le St. LojIs Cre w as riat.
Vhtam s Lite Insurance Policy tt once,
since one-tenth r,l hll tbe death Id tho
1'nHed States it the remit of accident-,.
SWiry put forth lor the occasion, hut it
taken trom tabular statements, the reliabil
ity ot which can not oe impeached.
British America, Aaaatai
Union, of Phlla. "
Flremo'a ofDavton "
1 1,1 30,000
JVew KnuUnd Lutual Life.
Illinois Maston's Benevolent Hoclnty
fir.SKRAL lNHI RANCK A'IK.NT.
Kn tint Rounil hdiI llonrat (Vuin-
OFrH F.-ln th AVsn l-r County Bank.
FEICS3 HEDUCSS TO SUIT TSE mil
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor 13 .00 Per Da
Speoltl lUtea T Week er Montk
A limited ntuntitr of TerT desirable tarn
rooms can be secured at reasonable rates lor the
'1 he Ht. Charles is the larseatand best annolnt.
1 Uouse In Hootbern Illinois, and it the lead
nowi id ceiro. tuorwnnstanains; ue "n
Bock" niluetlon In prices, the Uble will,
tunal,he lilierally supplied with thtTery
of etery thins; that cam b found in market,
fins laiys sample rooms for commercial trav
elers, on trouna ooor, nreeoi enarge.
tbshotel without eharire.
e. R. EUHEW
-l-tf frovrleto t
JACOB iW ALTER,
Dealer in Fresh Mea
Between Wasthliittoa andZOoaamerofa
Avenoea, fcdjolnl Hany'a.
KKEPB for tale the beet Beef. Pork. Motto
Veal, Umb, tautsw, Ao.. and U p
die ".ewe farBlllse Inaa aeoeeUble ms
The undersigned have formed a co-partnership in the wholesale
LIQUOR & WINE
Business, heretofore carried on by F. M. Stockfleth, and will
continue the same at the
No. 62 Ohio Levee,
Under the llrm name of
Stockfleth & Bross
And invite their friends and patrons 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 same In the future. F. M. STOCKFLETH.
ii t,: sini c:
i siii at
St. Louis, Mo.
TH0. A.EICE, A.K.L. L. B.,
JAI. SICE, A. M.,
J. H. HUBW00D,
FULL LIFE SCHOUrlSHIP! S8I 00
MOST Cenit,lete, Thonuith snd Practica
ctr of i-tudy iu the l lilil lutr a
course lDdieprnsible tn erery ymnK nmn em
barking oa the sea o life.
For Illsitreted. .Circular,
THOS. A. RICK, A. VI.. L. U II..
DBS. CANINE it WHITLOCK,
Ilaeing entered Into a co-partnersbii. ( I Die
tuit of practicing dentistry, in all Its
r.raay-hM, would resptrtrully Inlorni those need
ing the setvirceoi , dental operator, that ti-y
ve prepared to stieud to their wanU m e?rry
The filling of terth dune in ti.e jno-.t tatislarv
tory manner. Intertlnic artidcial ilinlurrs, al
ways with a view of ntnrins;, as far as prac
tlal,le, tbe lost mnlonr and natural expression
jf the inxet iiuproTrl methods and msterials
Teetti extrailf t absolutely without pern by
Aiiun nitrous o'l tfs.
Ibey eitrnd an ii, tation to all, to rad and
-e them and "olint a lilieral share of tbeir pat
tiihui. Wuik Kuaranieed. Prlrvs moderate.
CANINE A WfJirLCM K,
fiCniuitrrul enoe. between bill aad stb tts
TITE DAILY BULLETIN.
rjHE iiUI.I.KTIN is publlabtilsTsryifcornlaf
(eicept Mwaday) la the Bulletin Bulldltf , coi
tei Waehmgton avenue and TweliUi straet.
Tvi BfLLSTiii it serve.1 lo city subscribers by
faithful earners at Twenty -Five Cents a Week,
payable wekly. Dy MkU, (in advatct), 10 per
eaeuru; sis months, i; three momfct, IS; one
fr.unih, tl 15.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Published every Thursday morning at II
pel ssuuui, Invariably in advance, lit imaUg
cn tbe Weekly will be prepaid at this omi, so
ha subscribers wll obtain fur a subscription
rice ol 1 a year.
Business Cards, per annum, .IK
One square, one nsertlon, i U0
One square, two insertions, 1 W
One square, one wee , 2 HI
One square, two weeks M 'i 50
! One square, three weeks,- 4 00
One squre, one month ou
One Kuare, one insertion,..
Kach subeeueut Insertion,,..
UOne Inch is a sqaare.
UTo regular advertisers we offer superior I b
dooemuits, both as to rate ol charges and man
tes of displaying their favors.
Communication upon aubJeoU of gen
eral tntereet to the pabllo aollelted.
IJ" Ail Doslness Letteia should be addressed 10
(leilre) Bailletlst Compsniy.
W. n. MAREAN.M. D.
BomsopaUuo jsieiaa and Surgeon
Dr. Drlgham a Successor )
Offloe 186 Commercial Ave.
Speelal attention (Iran to the' treatmea ;
ronlQ P,aNi and diseases peculiar, te
I Bf IVfl T'roctave, One rosewood (not nanl
sssstUi o?er sis months), I1.T0: cast n'u.
f w pianos at wliolrsale. t.rrat lsr-
xains. nearly aew, ifi: I stone, at .
; wvjym f J, mtuym Mg nan OppOrTlinl-
lira. Sew organs at wholesale. Bcwara lmlu
; lions. Hestnrr made. He. AO. Hrnt on & to
j lidiys' tst trial, Money refunded and freight
, .aid both ways if unsatltlactory. Kst, lit.
1 AK rjls wanted Discount to sparbers, ministers
. rte. Ail.1r-t.it Dsniel t', ItaMty, Mashlnfton,
wc a Wfek In your own town
j land, Maine,
To Raiiosial lavaliete -la th-knees
erei-y mrtion of the body sympathises with the
srat nt the disorslrr, Wbea the stomach falls to
Mfonn its functions, the lirer, bowels, serifs
vetnt, arteries, etc., are all more of less sleeted
The bdinqneats reijulre a medicine, combin
ing the properties of a stomachic, an alterative,
a purgative, a tunic, and a sedative to bring
them Uck to their duty ) aad all these elemaau
tn llielr purest and most edecllee forms, err
Irriat'i liwmii Seltzer Ltf,rX
tlx gnat saline remedy fur Ind igestion, ana iu
conr,,init,uirjDieUtnje. Sold by all drug
Tft t77 WeekwA.nt. 10O!1FlT
day at home. Agents wanted. Outnl
and tenni free. TRti. Jt CO., Aug'i U,
; THE BLACK BILLS.
Hy It, N. Mag'ilre, who spent 12 years in IbU
region. Latest accouau of gold and silver
prispecta, agricultural and (runia; rfourree,
cliluate hunting and fishing, Indians, and sri
! tlett' adrenturas with them, mining and wild
i Wsntrrn life, the waterfalls, belling geysers,
noble scenery. Iinnx-use gorges, etc. With 11
fine illustrations, and new map. Hrire OM.V
! IOCK.NT8. Sold by all nrwwlralers. or sent
listpaid for 11 cents by DONM.l I r.V, I.OTK
A CO, Publlsben, Cbicsa-o, lilt.
DRUNKARD STOP !
' C. C. BF.ER9M. D., former'.y of Dr fM, b.s
. aUrmiess cure for INI KUl'KIt AStk, watch
ran he siren Without tbe hnowiede of the pa
I tleot. Also ene for the
j Pemisnect cares guaranteed In lth. Asa
OnifMilts for it. Acdress
i BtFHS Ai O , nim.lngl.tm, roon-
was awarded the highest prize at the centennial
eiposition for its fine chew.ng qualities, 4he as
ri Hence and lasting character ol Its sweeten Ids;
and Uarorlns;. If you want tha best tobacco
ever made ask yoor grocer for Ibis, sad see
that each plug bean our blue strips trade mark
with words .lai'ksons' Beet on it. hold by all
jobbers. hnd for sample to C, A. JACk,ON
A I P., Manufacturers, t'etersbiiig. Vs.
C Katra Fin Mistfed Crds, with name
asD 10 CU , pott paid. 1- .(OSES a to.,
Naatau, N. V.
r)E EXTKA FIXE AHI. no two alls.
-J With name, I Oct. J. Ii. HAKOKM.
Maiden Bridge, N. T.
t? 4a ton per day at home. Samples worth
J)3 IO JZU ,j fre,, rDUO.NACO.,Port-
land, Maine, .
..c..to's Patent jripV
rplll3 PAPTUOGRAPA WILL PRODUCE
L From one tc a tboueandfac-simllies of any
design, writing, drawing, map, notinee, price
list, examination paper, etc , utlng one wrlt
und an ordinary copylngpress. The process ia
simple, easy, and lapid. Hend for descriptive
circular, and address THK PaPVO'JRAI'H
CO., Norwich, Conn, or JOUN MONTIET1L,
N. Sixth St. St Louie. Mo.
B. F. Blsiko
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Vtll Paper, Window OImb, Win
dow Shavdea, to.
j always on liand, the celebrated tlhimlnatfv
i imisn ntr
Corset KleTenth Street ul Waaklsa
J. D. DEANE, Prop'r
Late of the St. t'hsrlss,
HATES: $2.00 PER DAY
Baggaf Taken To aad From the