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ua as-Mctied to sru-unea taa L. Hem 1 1
7. far, oft- atC.ty Ju.,e ol
Jaaatai nrnnTi ""
We an auinoriiea taaruioeace Reuben S. Tocum
aiW. lor the om el comity
j MM 01 wuun unui ;
nr. ..t,l to announce AUert Smith
. ., .a. erhc at County Clerk ot
w. in auaWind asaaaoanca W. F. Pitcher I
K wr.. r she cito ef County Lle't. tit'
an, Ml), Maremtwr eta.
I WDM SKtrpendatit candidal i..r the office of
CSuaiT Cluti at tea election tu
ZTT.it fALihfa.lv to attend to the dut.is
llhTL. If ala-ted. W. li. UA KIN
WaaM acuhorlied I aanaunca Henry Planert e
That pracioct, a canamaw tor couniy vi-' -tx
cttvkaa lo a held Soveniber tith, 1877.
To the aUltoroftba datro PtrttBTtn:
uu miK that I in as independent candi -eWietwIha
af Cottary - clerk of Alexander
Wa ore 4MUb4UeI M naonnca Samuel J.
a...... M a candidate fur the office of County
Jetk at tha aleation to at teld November nth,
;,. . .... : i . , "
WaaxaautJiorieeJtnanaoonce John P. Ilely at
a raaaisra for tha olttoe of county ski k at the
cUatiaatf ha held Nevesuber Cih, Is".
XTtenafa.linlr County t
I kutay aaaeuaot that 1 am a candidate fat ' he
csbeafCeaaty Clerk of Alexander conmy, ul
iaot la yasr deeuien at your reapertite v.ilmg
Ucaa, aa ana giitb Uy ( Jsoveniber. In".
' Vary itpec.fullV. CASPKlt YUM.
t ar Cayaaly fttkaat Hapriu tendril t.
W wa autaortnd t aanMinca Mrs. P.
lei a a aaadtdata far re-lectinn lo the A.T.iy
cauatv staoal superintendent, at the electloffice of
hal Jlsveaaeet ita, U.7.
on t be
j, Iff or.
v. .M .uik.vlv (a nnrtinrm llenr' Stout tt B
uiiAa lac aaroaai af Arexander rouniy, at the
claaMa la aakeldJfor. k,
W tra wtfaorited to aanoouee Itlcbard Fliz
ctimlA aa a am41daia for Coroaer of Alexauncr
cauaty. Election, -Not. eih, Ii7.
v. JTr TMaurr.
. "Wa am utaerlte4lo announce A. J. AWen a
a I laiUfcli fnt Ik ofica of Caunty IrfjMirrr of
Aauaxadcr cauaty, tlertiou, Tuetdly, ovriuler
- -sr;, " . ' ' '
, CAl aanaiaalner.. .
ffi at authortiad ta antwuuc Thrx. W . Halli
ity aa a aaadidata tar the ufcee of county com
siatlaaai aUaaaidtr' ounnty. Klectioa Sovem
tt ta, 1877., , .
THE J80UTHERS PENITENTIAIIV
COXTUACia AWARDED WOBK TO COM-
MKXCX AT ' OXOE-TrTEMrOBARy CEI L'
B0C8I. ' I - v;. Rlf :,
Tn State" Journal fays; The south
trn pnltentlary commissioners j ester
dAT awarded the contract to construct
the prison at Chester to Bottls & Nelson,
ol Fort Wayne, lnd lor $86,400, and tho
cut atone work tor cell-houses to the Jol
ieLpmltenUary1 board lor $14,000, The
bids of the'JolIct prison and of tlie Fort
Wayne firm, (or .tlie entire work, were
vert cloa.. and . tho division of the
work would seem to be a sort of a couv
promise award bet ween tho two lowest
blddPiCTIi rJnt stone work was most
desired by the Jollct prison, as furnish
ing employment for convict labor In a
branch ot work which, of all there con
ducted, 'the penitentiary has the best
faolliuei tot doing.; Bottls & Nelson
agree to employ convict labor, as far
as possible,' at the rate of sixty-fire
cents a aay per mnn. it ( is luicnueu
to. At i once i erect a temporary
bouse, brick, two stories, grated, and In
dimensions 40x200 feet. - This building,
which will attervrards. be utilized as a
work shop. It li stated, will be completed j
by Christmas so as to afford shelter and 1
ate keeping lor two hundred convicts,
will be employed la the further building.
The contracts are already being drawn
-up, and the successful bidders arc
at onee requested to give bonds and pro
ceed - wlti - the work. Tho - pres
ent appropriation being of course inad
equate to complete the building, the
warden house and offices, and one wing
of ceU-housesj to contain two hundred
cells, will only be erected at present,
with probably the addition of work shops.
Tm commissioners remain in session
tcday to complete details regarding the
building. - -
WHV TfiEr TURKISH SOLDIE11S
FWHT SO WELL,
(.eutaatlnoplt Correspondence N, Y. Tribune.
The splendid fighting of tho Turkish
soldiers has astonished every one, be
cause it is contrasted with the feeble cf
: forts which they made early in tho war.
The change is due to a final awakening
to which the entire people haye come
that the question is one of life and
death. This awakening is tho work of
the refugees who have realty been in con
tact with the Russians. . Their tales rnd
proof of atrocities committed by the Bul
garians and Cossacks upon all Moslems
have deeply moved the popular heart.
The other day I was crossing the lion
phorus in a i caique and - passed some
lighters full ol refugees who looked so
wretched that lsatd, 'poor ereatures!"
The Turkish boatman burst out with a
vebemeaee that astonished me. Yes,
they are poor creatures, and tlie great
God will never bless Die Kussians who
have dtade tbem poor, creatures. May
his curse tollow them, and may they get
front htm their deserts." -
ANOTHERTELEGRAPJI COMPAN Y
IS .T. ComtpandeBMOf the Boatoa Traveller .
Blnee the consolidation and attempted
arjasigamatlon of the Western Union and
Atlantic and Pacific telegraph companies
various Tumors have been afloat in this
city concerrdngUietormltlon of a new
company to compete with the monopoly.
After considerable investigation, 1 trace
. Ike origin of the scheme to Mr. Oliver
Ames (brother ot the late Oakes Ames).
The idea appears to be that a company
shall be farmed of capitalists willing to
invest from three to eight million dollars,
to coDUMtkoe with and build a line east to
Boston aad other Important points in
New England, and also to construct
wires t Cincinnati and other points
West. The idea is to supdIv cheap, rank!
tilegrry, and give special attention to
DUtlnert aispatcnes. - ut-yona a general
idea of the scheme nothing is vet known.
though the gentlemen Interested have
been promised fm mediate support by tev
eral meffet large means here. I am hi
formed that I certain well-known ipecu
lator la :WaM street offered to put up
M TOturtoay last, pat tue par
ties deiM to entertain it, as his repu
tation was Inimical to success.
ross?rL beds or onrcos.
A LARGS BASM IX LAKE COfSTY 1 II I ID
WIB KkMAiNSOF PRtirtSTORlC ANIMAL
WHERE THE tltPHANT, CAMEL ASH
KEINDLER DWELT WtlEN THE WORLD
A correspondent ol the Lngene City,
Oregon, UuarJ give the tollowlnjr ac
count o( a visit wade last .Tune by him
self and other persons to the in-called los
sll beds ol Lake county, that State:
"Silver Lake and Summer Lake both
lie on the eonhMi of the great dtcrt, by
the crossing of which to mui h anfiVriiirf
was experienced by sonio ot tlie early
Oregon plontersthe deseit lyiog north
and east of these lakes. Silver Lake U
encompassed by rim-rocks' i s. ept on
the north wtst. On tuu tail (h'-ic la a
gap which leads Into a Laslu nearly cir
cular, and which is probably thirty
miles in diameter. This bain i sur
rounded by rim-roek nu the south,
fouthwesi and wet, risintf to the
height of several hundred teet,
Willi occasloniJ breaks or can
ons sloping into the basin. On the north
and northeast of tho baiu the ascent Is
more gradual, but at a ditlanuo present
ing an uninterrupted barrier. The sur
face of tltis lia-in Is comparatively level,
being subject, however, to 'Might ine
qualities In the form of hiliocus or low
ridges rising but a few. feet, tho whole
heavily set with sago (or artemlaMa) ,
grcaewood, and oilier small butKlnrtreil
growths. Tlie soil, if wa may call it
soil, eems to be composed ot light sand
and volcanic ash, with a percentage ot
vegetable mold, Into which a horse will
trt ducutly sink to Ills letloi us. .car ine
center ot this basin, and about eighteen
miles from Silver J.ake, in a northeast di
rection, is 'Christinas J.aue;' eigut nines
trom ChristiuHS J.a.io mine same turec
Hon, and apparently on tho name level,
are the l'ossil Lakes. About live miles
further on, in the same iiircction, are two
springs ol tolerably good water. These
springs are about half a mile apart. 1
heard the most northerly called Duncan's
Spring, and we called the other .Mound
Snrlnir. Tho rocks about Silver Lake
and Summer Lake, where stratified, ap
peur to dip to the north.
'.rroni twenty 10 iony inwes in h
northwest direction from the fossil
I.nkcs. set In the lava mountains, or
rathT mountains of lava, it would seem
Mist ihcso fossil remains migtit nave re-
mained buried lrom four to ttn feet in. (inns, but when any one senator or Kep
tlio earth, and therefore unknown to the resentatiyo takes a few sample complaints
prvlng eyes ot the antiquarian, but for m, to the White House, he is usuallv
tlie action ot tlio w ind, i here setius to
be a constant current 01 winu irom uii; i
southwest. All Uiat space where bones
are found appears to be scooped out to
the depth ot several lect, ami carrieu,
some of it, to a distance ot from live to
ten miles, wticrc H is pueii up in every
conceivable lorin, evidently by tlie act Jon
of the wind; conclusive evidence ol tins
is found in the numerous little mounds
Btill remaining ,and able to resist the
actton of the wind by the aid ot tlie
roots of some more vigorous bunch
of sage or greaisewood. These mounds
present a beautiful example of stratified
formation, otton five or tix strata, rang
ing irom three to eight inches in thick
ness, being very clearly marked. On the
lower levels ot this excavation are
where the fossils are louud. We found
fossil bones ot tho elephant, caincl,
horse, and elk or reindeer, the horse be
ing much more abundant than either of
the others, bat ah belMg so clearly mark
ed as to leave no doubt as to their Ident
ity. There were other bones, apparently
ot largo animals, but your correspon
dent wa9 unable to name the animal
thev once belonged to. Among tlie
fossils found the smaller quadrupeds
had a representation; bones answering
in size to the lox and wolf were found;
also others answering to tlio sheep or
goat in size and appearance. Kuuiains of
birds were very plentiful, some very
large, others quite small. Waders,
swimmers, scratehers, and probably
climbers, were recognized. The verte
bra or backbones ot lish, or some other
animal with a backbone like the lUli, are
found in great plenty; also bones like
nothing 1 ever saw before, therefore 1
will not undertake to describe them. The
fossil remnins Ho scattered over the
earth for a distance of four or live miles
In tho direction ot the northeast ami
southwest, tho strip being probably a
milewido. Near the gouthwost end ol
the deposit are two small lakes or ponds,
highly Impregnated with alkali, tho wa
ter having a milky appearance, with a
disagreeable taste and smell. 1 hnvejiro
sented to Prof. Thomas Condon, of tlio
State University, to whom I was largely
Indebted lor valuablo suggestions as to
the manner ot selecting and packing
specimens, the most ot my find, retaining
but a tew duplicates myself. To any who
may couteniplatc a visit to this fossil de
posit, 1 would say It Is anything el :e but
play or pleasant amusement, besides sur
face specimens are rather scarce, pretty
much ail that were In sight having been
carried away, and It is not known wheth
er digging would yield profitable results,
and, if It did, any number of holes might
be sunk before striking 'pay dirt.' .Not
being a scientist, I havo no theories to
offer as to the time these animals liv-de,
or the circumstances attending their
death, or w'aat were the necessary sur
roundings In order to preserve their bones
to the present time."
GRANT IN PARIS.
PAV'SO IIIS WISPKCTS TO MC.MA1IO.N-AN
INVITATION TO UINf liA'll LT, 1 1C.
The Now York lfemld't Paris corre
spondent gives tlio following account ol
Gen. Grant's rccrption In Paris:
Pa ms, Oct. 2.1, Is".
This morning owned dismallv. Rain
tell In torrents, anil there seemed no pros
pect oi its cessation, miring the morn
ing (Jen. Wrant cal.od upon his bankers,
Messrs. Drexvl, Ilarjes 4 Co., 'i lioulc
vard Haussmann. Upon Ins return a
multitude of visi rs, including diplomat
Is', ambassadors and Anie -icans, began
to arrive ana continueu to come mu.l
noon. The most eminent men ol i'rauce
were among the callers.
A CALL VPON rRKSIDRNT Jl'.MAHOX.
At two o'clock General Grant, Mrs.
Grant and Jesse Grant, with minister
Noys and tlie Secretary of Legation,
drove to the Elysec (trough a pouring
rain. President MaeMn'ion, the Iiuchess
ol JMngenta and the Duke Deea.es rer!i.
ved tho General most cordia"y. The
Duchess did everything in her power to
render the occasion agreeable,
TliK marshal's wklcomi:.
General Grant woro plain evening
dress, enlllng upon the oflleiol head of the
French people simply as any American
citizen, properly introduced, might.
President MacMnhon said that lie was
truly glad to welcome so eminent a sol
dler and citizen to
AMRP.ICA I.0VLS I'ltANCK. ,
In brief, the ex-prealdcnt ol the United
States replh-a that the f r irtimlty ot ex
pressing to tho chief magistrate ol Franco
the Irlendly sentiments entertained
throughout tho length and breadth of
America toward the French pcoplo was
equally pleasing to him. The Interview
was entirely Informal and exceedingly
cordial. President MaeMahon extended
and General Orant accepted an Invitation
1 to ulue at the Elysoe on Thursday next,
Tl party i-entcred their crrlnjo and
rtacbed the Hotel Bristol about three.
. APPOIXHSO THE PY.
At lour o'clock tho commlitee ot resi
lient American, composed it Consul
Generd Torbct, Dr. T. W. Evnna, bank
en Sollnman, Mnnroo ami Wlnthrop,
Dr. .Tolmonn, Mr. Jolin J. liynn and tlio
Kev. lr. llitehcoek called to Invi'o Ocn.
lirimt and lamlly to a prand banquet to
beplveu in his honor by tlioi Anterlcau
resliienl of Paris, upon any date that the
Oncml might wo lit to appoint-
A BHII.t IANT AFFAIR.
(en. C runt named Thursday, Novem
her it, thanking the eonmilttt'e tor the
honor conl'erod ujion him by UU own
roiintrymen In a Ibrelyn Innd. llueh
ajrreeablo conversation tollowcd. Tlie
i.tinqtiet will be a brilliant liR'alr and will
be ;xcliiive.y uttt niloil by Americans.
Ladif will be present at tUo dinner,
j'Aitis nv uAtii-ioirr.
This venlnf Cenrral Grant, aeeoni'
panit'd by a personal frieml, took a Ions
walk around the Tuilerli's, Palais IJoyal,
l'liice do la Concord and the boulevards
for two hour-.
A iItM) OVATION.
The director ot tho Italian Opera, M.
Kselmdier, oH'ers General (irant a fete on
the opening nltflit, November fjivinff
III in ;io State box and decorating the
entire hoiiffl with American emblems.
n.vvjvs as a riiu.usoriiiji!.
Vtiliinn't(H CorifflntHlini'e u! tlie N. Y. 'f li
Ijuiiv. Comparatively lew congressmen go to
see him. During the sessions, in Presi
dent (rant's time, there were almost a
score ot senators and members at.llio
White House ol'a morning, writing their
turns for interviews. Now it Is rare to
lind more than two or three there. Thoe
who talk with President Huyoe about the
political situation say that he is not at
least alarmed, and that he puts aside their
gloomy forebodings about tho ltituro ol
the Itepubllean organization with a conn
' nance full of sunshine, and eye as clear
as a -Iiinn sky, and with such cheerful,
philosophical 'alk, that It Is- imposstmo
not to f ko away fto.n tlie Interview a
I good opinion of lilm. and a hopeful view
ot tho future ot politics. Nobody can
I quarrel with him, because it takes two to
f make a quarrel, and ho will not be one ot
the parties. It is easy for congressmen
I to sulk in the cloak-rooms at the capltol
1 and pile up their grievances against tlie
, administration, as Indian burial mounds
J I l,.. 1.,. .1.1l.w.
were mniieti uy .iu;ii iiiL'i vy uuuiiix n
stone. The pile from accumulations of
iq material assumes formidable propor-
convinced that they are hot thn sort of
tones ho would like to to seen tnrowuig
ut the president in public,
(ONKLIXG'S RULE IN NEW YORK.
ItocliMtct letter to tlie Stw YotU t ill,
Whenever tho Republicans are really
in rarnet in endeavors to earrry State
candidates they EeTid lorth an army ct
stump speakers, filling tho columns of
tlie Tlnit and Tribune, ol your city, and
of the Evening Jom-nat, at Albany, and
other rural papers, with list ot their
meetings. Thero is not a sign of this
line of attack on ithe 1 icmooracy in tlie
pending campaign. The reason lor this
is plain. Tlio friends ot Mr. Conkling
control the itepubllean machinery. Near
ly seven-eighths of the State committee
are his supporters. They IcdI that the
Rochester ticket Is doomed, and they are
not wasting any ammunition to save it,
but are putting forth eycry exertion to
sceuro the Senate.
Wliul.KSAI.i: AMI KM'All..
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Comer 19lh ttrtc-t ami Commute: i Ave.
. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. PATIKU & CO.
The at tention of tho public is called
to lids great improvement in
Owners cf Hsir.s thouli Giie it a Trial.
Call at the
En .ui Collar Factory
NO. Ill) COMMERCIAL AVE.,
ami examine and bo convinced of the
great superiority of this new collar over
tho old stylo hard and slid" e jllar now In
use. It is a well-known fact tlut every
day large numbers of horses arc rendered
unlit tor service by elrfllng, caused bv
tho use of tho old stylo collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
balk, 'i his new collar will obviate all
THE TURLEY HORSE
is tlio best made. Come and ncc them
atll9Comniereial avenuc,foot ot Seventh
WILSON a COMPANY
Hankers & Jirokcrs
liiialcvi in Stock Privilege!, r. S. Ilonds,
Cotton and Miscellaneous beeuritte4,Lti.
Tho greatest orjDortunitv cvor
before offeror! for investment
1000 dollars mado from invest
ment of 200 dollars in 33 days.
Smaller amounts invostod will
pay in proportion.
Investments lurjte or sinnll can bo n aid
ed in 30 ilsys.
Wssellaro purehaMO as desired fi shares
of stock -i nd upward on iiiarglns ot ironi
one to two percent.
ITtTcrs of Credit and Drafls pityuhle
lor at o I Kuropn mid Amerii-a, inued
in v once, of travelers.
Full in ft i mail on sont on application.
WILSON & CO.,
P. 0.73 x2183. 35 &37 Broad St.
tNc ut Gold and Stock Exchange.)
Turley Horso Cellar
I; T. WARREN & CO.
Foreign Fruits, I importers op
Orders by mall Promptly attended.
A Leading Feature.
ftorp rt t fn,
ST7lTvri-i TOIl OTJOT-A.TXOISrS.
Gl mid CO W'vsi Socoiid SI., CINCINNATI.
JXO. C. lt llir.IC A CO.. rronrix'KirM, lMilladrlplila, INi,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilE nUtXKTIN In i.ul.linli-d cyiry mernlnn
(txci'pt Mon'luy) la tlie liiilMin IlmMing, cor
cer Wellington avpnito and Twdilb street.
Tn I:ullitim in H'rvt l tJ city BuIiaoriU'ra by
lallliflil earriiTH ut Tir- nty-Fivo OnU a Week,
jayuMi! wp- lily. ItyMuit, (in ii'lvani-), Sl'i pcr
nnmii nil month, V; Ihrcu mom he, ft; onf
nmnlh, l 2.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
PuMinhcl every Thmilsy niomini'Kt tl
pe: nnnimi , invuriul.ly in U'lvt.'.w.'. 1 h ,jrU
n the Wukly will be prculi ut Ibis oBia-, tu
a Buliarrllitrn wil obtain for a mtbacrlt tion
rlce.il I t y.,.r.
Eu.iinefs Carta, per uunam...
One ';uare, one Bfl-rtlon......
Ons B'l '.are, two insertion,.,
One Bfiuuro, onii wee ,
Or.e squaw, twn wuXs
One euuure, tlircu wttLa......
One aipire, on 'iintitli
... 1 50
... I W
... ,1 Ml
... 4 ')
w k e k l y .
One fipmre, one I -jsrtl-'D, ...
Each K'li.i'i'ph iit liiR, rti jD , . ..
HOn intli in Msqiiare.
r"To nvular S'lvwrtlm-rs We otl'i rtaper'or I g
duceisnitj, buth as to nt.' ol iilnirgea an'l man
ner Of displaying tlieir f,47ors.
Octumunicatlu'ia aoa s.i'.jlooU of o i
oriiV titnrcat, to tlie pub'.Io aollotteiit.
tt"AII IliM.'r.nn Letters ."liotild be u-Mn-sml to
talro lliillAtla t'oximijr
Catarrh cf tho Nasal Cavities, Acute,
Chronic, and Ulcerative, Hay Fever,
cr Rose Catarrh, Catarrh of the Eye
and Ear, and Catarrh of the Throat,
scccEssrrix? tbeated with
SWORD'S RADICAL CURE.
(1 ATARKH la a dUeane of the rrmcons membrane.
J 'I'eiiipcratnciiURndooiifttltutionB vary Ua never.
Ity In individual case. Catarrh may arlae from a
rola or a mtcreafilon of colila, from sudden chanife
cf atraoiiphore, woarlng wetelnililnK.orexpoaiira
to inclenient wcntlicr, and becoming thoroughly
chilled when the dlireitlvo organ) are In a morbid
cr Inactive condition, and tlie strength and vital
forces exhausted. The rt Lease may arise from a
irrofulotia condition of the tlood, from Scarlet
1- ever, Meatlea, and Diphtheria, In which rmet the
t ye and ear are generally iuvolvcd and diiwhargu
rpiantltlea of matter. The dmclinrgei from the
iiote, tho dlstlnctivu feature in all catarrhal cases
Irom tvlmte.ver cause they arise, may he thin and
watery, and so acid Ratocauaercdnesaand exco
riation of tho Ikln wall willed they come In con
tact, or thick and yellowish, emitting a foul odor,
cr clear and whlto UUothu white ol an egg. Tiiero
r.ay no nn entire lack of secretion, the aurfacea be-
liig ilry and feverish, tlio fneo, rout and upper pui t
ui the head feeling uncomfortable, and as If It waa
encircled by a tight, unyielding band. This latter
phase Is called Dry Catarrh. The free mattery dl-
charges cause the passages to swell and become
thickened, rendering breathing through the tiusn
fliUcult or Impossible, nnd tlie sullcrer finds It
t.ecieeary to breathe through the mouth, thereby
permittinijcolil air to pass directly to tlio bronchial
lubes and luugs. The niuttcr passing down ihu
throut creates a constant deslro to hawk and ex-
f eetorate tothrowitoiri but when too membrane
t ill y and feverish, Instead of passing freely down
from tlie nose anil throat, tlio mucus becomes hard
.ad forms into scabs, Incrustations, and hard
lumps, which adhere so firmly tothc natal passages
find throat as to require very persistent efforts to
flislodgi) them. Tho eye In sympathy becomes In
famed, red, weak, ami watery, or In the morning'
tho liilsinay bo found glued torftlicr, and mutter
Is (.ecretcd In more or l, sa nunni Ity. Tho ear also
becomes seriously affected. discharging qiiantlllca
cf matter, besides being visited by tlie most violent
Jiouralgio prilus, end ug frequently lu Inflamma
tion, Icerat on, and finally deafness. The throut.
brcticlilal tuboB.and lungs ore In many canes affect,
(d by catarrh, and when prostration or the ner-
i'JifXn,3,';y.of. t,l! T""''t ("Tlons disease warns
till who areatnictcd with It to makospeedy prepara-,-'",.tr,',1,c",
'c.(oro U becomes chronic.
Jho advantages oOered by Baxrunn'a ltiDiOAt.
tt ngwe conUUentlybcllcvo nro to be found In no
ether remedy, l.vurystcn In itspreparntlon.eveiy
lino In the directions, mark It na nsclentlUc remedy,
calculated to meet every phase of tho disease. The
numerous tcstlmonlulsliom the best people Id the
I lilted btates attest tlio esteem In which lit I beat
I y thriss who havo been freed from the most d
LiSd li w-duy m&ur fethi" wub ,vhicu u-
; JUST PUBLISHED.
A cwefrilly revised Trestlsa en Catarrh, with B
accurate description ofBymptonis audsympathetle
diseases, together with minute directions for i-tract-lug
with Sanfobu's iudical. Ccna a speedy and
pormnncnUure. Also ohservatlonaon diet nnd Ilia
general health., of vast linportanco to nil allllcteU
with catarrh, it la wrapped about each bottle ol
tho niDtOAi. Cmi, or WiU biuiailed Ircc ou rs
Farh r.cVM nr f4',roltD RiT)Tet rnti rsn.
J" '''Or. eanfonra Improved Inhaling Tube, with
lull d ructions for oselii all cases. Price, i. Hold
Lr .all w;holesale and retail drngglsta through.
f,'1' Inlted States and Canada. WKKKH "
, T ft'. Ocnerat Agoiiu aud Wholcsala Krng
glsts, lloaton, Mass.
Cures Pains and Aches.
a It equalizes tht Circulation.
It subdues Inflammatory ActiOBI
J t cures Kupturna and Strains.
Jtretnovea Vain and Borenets.
It cures Kidney Complaint.
It strengthens the Muscles,
it enres Rheumatism and KeoralffU.
jt relaxes Stiffened Cords,
it euros Nervous Shocks.
It is invaluable In Paralysis.
It cores Inflammation of tho LlTCt,
It removra Nervous PaJua.
It curd Bplnal weakness,.
It is Orsteful and Soothing,
It cores Kpllepsy or Flu.
It Is Safe, liellable, and Keenoralcol
It Is prescribed Uv Physicians.
11 U utdorted by KlecUleioai.
m lie (Wetnl to obtain Collimi' Volt tp Plktrrn,
f. combination or Kloctrlo or Voltale Plates with a
lilghly Uerlleated Plaster, aa Seen lutbe above cut,
6oli by a l Wholesale and Retail Drugglau throtua
voiUie United Slates and Canadaa.aad by wifiia)
l-OTTKR, Proprietors, Boalon, aiaas.
i-.iicii week lo AK"tiii-.r,o"ii, e tuple, uj.i-f
ii.tiiiiHiiiiii I'ci'i-ued.Teniis llterul.T'ar
'.kiitur. li-ti. J.W ortli A t u.Bt.LvUn,ii-j
i tor Throat Prescribed Sold
Lmif! j by Physicians. I I every
ilisriisrsicB Use no other I where
URO nrsifes houses.
.V .--Any liu.iiueHB lit in ran Iiutc three lines
I He, in tin,- enliitiin iiii'lur ui,riiriate beuiling
tih- rale ui l.fi" tier month nr Slipcrytur
Me i'iiiitorly in mlvanim.
llHrtlunrp, Hlov Blirt Tin Ware.
A. llAI.I.KY-HuilerinStdvea.Tlnanil Hanl
aitiT, fiai'len ami liiriniTH' ImiileiiieiiU, Wire
...(hIh, KeliiRi'riitorH, I'tintpa anil l.tt'Mcra.
l.i t'nuiiiirciiil Av-nim. i.iiiterin, ami Job
rVork ilutieuii nbort notice.
.1. .MciiAllKY-lli'ttltrinliur.lauil lofthun
j r, lliiminir, icilinu, hMIiik ami mufire-l
i.iinlx'r, littli iiiel nliiiiKb-. Hli'-c anU yanl
: irm-r l weiili-tli tre'l uri't WuahinKbm avenue
STKIt A UICt-Daleri) In aaah,
t..,.r. lilimlH, etc.. Lard and Bolt liuiilicr ami
lili-Kien. Yuiil and olliu.-, Commercial avenue,
mi in r 1 7 Ui aticet.
I). II A I IT M A N f Haler in QiieensWare, Tuja,
I.niipa ami ull klnila ol I'ancy artiii-a. l.uiiiiiii r-
u! ii senuc, curlier ntli Btrirt.
VI I.I.I AM WINTEK Slxtlt ilrw-t llwen
.'(.iiiiherclalnvcnue anil Waaliineton avenue,
('lotliiiitf and .nerehnnt 1'alloriitaT
JOHN ANTUIM-Merehant Tailor ami dealer
ill Iteady Miele (Jlotlill.K, IS Ohio lvee.
lienl Khlale AcrnrUa.
M. .1. IIOWI.KV-Keul Kstate Agent, lltiys
,n. selln ro.il emate, collecta rfiiot, paya uxet
,,.r D'ln roxiile.nM.eu:. Commercial aveatia, bo-
tnii Nlntli anil lentil mrcel
11 t iitton and Volweo Kaf,tor ami pro-
piietnri ol the rarmera" looaeou w urenou-.f,
K'.'. A Ciimiiiineri'ial Avenue.
i) deneral Korwarding and Coniiuiuion
merrbant, lur the fcule ol r'arm, Oankn, ir-
:wrl aud Uairy I'ronuee. tliu ivee.
Li , fieneral KorwanlinK and CominUaioD
n.eichanw, and dealers In all kiwis of t ruit and
I'rodure. Ct Ohio Levee. Cc'ialKnmcnU solic
ited, rjtcnciia rtirnisneu on apinicanoa.
I I The knight of the alioye order meet
laHMHi at tlieir liail tbe llr-.t and third Monday
li em u nnmtli. Cotunieroial avenue, 'i door
30iitb ol' l''lh etrett.nie p in.
- IKil.MKH.G. (i. M
KtilghM of Pythuw, nia-t every V
luv night at hall'-iiaot aeven, in Odd
8.1 telli.ua' Hull. llo.
AI.KXAN1JKU LODOE, NO. KA.
lndi'iwndent Onler of OiM-Iel.
lows, meet every Tbnraday night
....j.- at nn l-iiaataevcn. in tneir nail on
'ommeroial avenue, lM-tween Mixth mil fiervntb
Tcetrt 1 . u, JUXtOIID, a, u
"1.VIRO KNf.'AMI'MEKT, I. O. O. F., rneeti
V:n odd-Pi Hows' Hull on the flret and thirl
lu.-Mtay in every month, t half-iieM aeven
CAIUOI.ODOK. N0.2.17,A.r. AA. M
II. ,1,1 rHular cnnimiititeiitiona in Ua
biniiii Hull, eximer Commercial avenue
k.il.rl, Htn'l. f,n the tecum! and
otu Ui Monday ol each lliolitll ,
an i ' '
Orders for Coal by the car-load
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipmont
promptly attended to.
, To large consumers and all
manufacturers, we are prepared
to supply any quantity, by the
month or year, at uniform rates
CAIRO CITY COAL CO.
OlXccon wlinrf boat. foot ot Bixtb street."
Ollice of lialliduy Brothers, apposite St
iii ica iuit:i.
Klfyptiun .Milla. Twentieth street.
-oal Dump, loot of Thirty-eighth street, or
i int Miic nrawer n"i.
1 ... i ii i . i
73 OHIO LEVEE,
I Ity S'ailnDid ll.iiik tin il llnir, up.tuii.
1li3 OMebt KMulilinhed Agency IB S.iinlie
Illinois, and representing oyer
185 000 000
aaaaaaaai Jkaaa A ftijtn. Agents wanlwl. Dual.
V ft 1 1 1 1 nesa Wgttlmat. PartleiSararrM.
USaU U U aldran J. WORf a CO..It Lakls. aW
and U iUpis UMia l Jl
i. NopQddlloi- lneMtMlll
. i . aa a. US a V'T A m
,(,! hows Sk, VIKltaiU, u,
. . .. a I "f i 1 ' I ' , i i ,i . 1
SIGN OP THE GOLDEN LION, Ohio Levee,
, ,.And At '
SIGN OP THE CRYSTAL MORTAR,'
, J VTashington Avenue and Eighth Street.
The Best Extract of Buehu-
BARCLAY BROS , I '., OAIBOi
The Best Sarsparilla and Blood;Puiifl?
Agency for Dr. Jayne Medidns . ,
For Holman's Aguo Padc
Chills and Fo vor Modioinoo
THE BEST PLACE TO
rr ..1. J.,
Shoe Blacking, Shoe Dressing, and Stovo PolUls
California Wine, Port
If you want Boschee's
One or One Hundred Bottles.
GO TO BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. -
Extracts of Lemon and
Cream Tartar, Soda, Etc..
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ,
r - 11
J a .m m -. ...'ui'-l aii-l. l. ; . s 1 1 i laaan i
Shoe Blacking, Stove
Mucilage, Ink, Etc.,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. u ' ' '
i-t Last- ..'..at ... ..u .. m. .i ...i.aj ii .is. il i i
Coarse and Fine Combs, and Hair Brushes
White Lead, White Zinc, Linseed Oil,
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills; '
French, English and American Perfumery
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials "
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Madder,
All Kinds of Almanacs
Bottles, Vials, Corks,
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
The Best Trusses, All
Quinine, Smith's Tonic,
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens and Ink,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
dough Medicines of AUKinds -
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Paper Bags, Wrapping Paper and Twine
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STUrtt,
Feather Dusters and Counter Brushes
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipples and Rubber Cloth
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Buy Your Ppbqd : tt:
At Barclayo' DriiB Qtoro
.. ZJ .
1 t 7 Ull- 1
( . .. I I '.
Barclays' Drue Store.
At Barclays' Drug Stoic:
BUY AUGUST FLOWED,
. ,J .alUlJ.J TJ..O.J.
1 L ... - I-L .II4.IJ..
. '! 1 aau
For Medicinal use,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. WX':
iti vi '
Brushes, , , , n
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORF
Turpentine and All Colors
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORP
Nutmegs, Spices, and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE, i
BARCLAYS' DRUG STOBE,
Free to All
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
Sealing Wax ' 1 ' " v
and Corks for putting up jJTuit
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE.
and all Ague Medicines