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..ilJW &lESS HOUSES.
!. Any iMKlneMtlmi can ha three lint
sacs, ) Mil xloiaa uotlur appropriate batdlof
unseats ol SI. SO jr aiontnor SMptrycar
ayabl (urMri7 in adTaiot.
Hrrti ( mm Tim War.
A. HAM.KY-DMlarinfttOTM.TIaand Hwl
rr, Uatrteaaul KullKtt' IwplaaianU, Wir
ood(, MtfrUantofH, Pump and ladder.
15 Commercial Avenue, buttarioa, and Job
Work don on ihurtnvtita.
J. B . McQADSY Dealer a hard aad toft ltun
Mr, flooring, ceiling, aUling and turfaced
iuniherft Uui aail ulngle. OtBc and yard
uinmi Twentieth alreel and WuhinKtpn Tenur
LASCA8TIB ft KICSDealers in aa.
loot, blind, etc., bard aod lofl lumber and
MngUM. Tara and ottli, Commercial tnoui,
ortwrr 17th Kraal.
D. H A M1IAN DeaLr in Quetaiwara, To,
I -amp aid all kind of fancy articles. Coiumer-
s al avanu, corner ttbtuatt.
' Phatograpfcr. "
WILLIAM WINTEa-siath atnrt betwsta
DonimtrclalaTenu aod Wasniafton vnu.
ithlac Hi Harabaat TalUrlng.
JOHN ANTRIM -Merchant Tailor and dealer
In Kwuly Mada Clothing. 7SOaiLTM.
Beat! Krtate Astasia.
M. J. HOWLKY Real Eatat Agent. Buy
tod Mil ml aauta, collteta rest, pay ax
lor non-ridicU,ele. Comraereial eTcsue, be
tween Ninth and Tea til streets.
INK LK THI9TLEWOOD-
Cotton and Tobacco Factor and oro-
itnefor of to ranuera' Tobacco narthous.
1 A L27 Commmercial Avenue.
I ' ASPEK YOHT
I j (ieneral Korwardinr and Commiasioa
merchant, lor ib Ml of rarm, Harden, Or-
'iiara aau uatry rrvauo. e nio ieree.
a. wiierxock a t;o.-
j (ieneral Forwarding- and Commit ion
merchant, nd dealer la ll kind of ruit and
froduc. W Ohio Levee. t'cniriimeut lolie
WEDNESDAY. November 21. 1877.
Family Hour warranted at the New
York Htora lor $7 SO per bajrel. 1 1 -1 Wt
A choice lot fuet received in $ mall and
large package. II. Lkichto.n,
tf 04 Ohio l!vcc.
Just received 2,000 lbs. ol Hams, which
we ofler to tbe the retail trade for 10 cent
per lb. (lit) - New York Stork.
Waaa Warklar acMuery Far "ale
One Plainer and Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfaoer and ono Glgsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to .
21-1 1 Jxukb Btix, Ullin, lilt.
Beer! Br!l Bear!!!
Chai. Phiferling has on tap and Is
daily In receipt ol fresh Pilsener beer of
the rarest quality; also C. Windisb, Muhl
hatiser t Bros, Clodnnati'beer which Is
acknowledge to excel all others. Pliffer-
llng extendi a cordial Invitation to all his
The largest and most complete assort
meat of Trusses , Shoulder Braces, Back
Brace. Abdominal Supporters, Uterine
Supporters, Rubber Urinals, etc., etc., to
be tound la Southern Illinois at much
less than usual prices, at Phoenix Drug
Store, corner 18lh street and Commercial
lw Geo. E. O Hara.
8U11 preside! at the corner ol Seven
teeth street and Washington avenue,
and has as usual a flue variety of dress
ier case and parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention to his flnelo oi camp and
Come, look, buy, pay and then fall to
the rear to make room tor the next cus
Mr, raalla M. PllWburr, ElMtrlo
laa. With medicated baths, would Invite the
attention ol tlx sick, and those suffering
with chronic diseases, nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, female complaints, catarrh and
all Impurities of the blood. Her system
of treatment la pleasant and soothing,
no shocks are glvon; she has been very
successful for a number of years, and
she does not hesitate to warrant a cure,
where there Is any constitution to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of Dr.
Arte r on Tenth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
she will at all times take great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 m
Hew Is la Done.
The first object in life with the Ameri
can people is to "get rloh;" the second,
how to regain good health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honesty and
saying; the second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a despondent sufferer from any of the
effects of Pyspepsla, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, Ac., such as Sick Headache,
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Coitiveness, Dizziness of the
Head, Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits
ate., you need cot suffer another day.
Two doses of August Flower will relieye
you at onco', Sample bottles 10 cents.
Kegular size 75 cents. Positively sold by
all lirstolass Druggists in the U. S.
All Ways, the Cheapest
OLD RELIABLE HOUSE,
J8th ANDCOMMERClAL AVE.
9 lb of A, Coffee Sugar.;.:.'..:... .$1 00
10 lb Extra C. sugar 1 00
4 lb Extra CholoeCofleo........... 1 00
4 Ib Prima Coffee.......... ee 100
11 lb Fair Coffee.... 1 00
Extra Sugar Cured Hams, per lb 13c
u Breakfast Bacon
per Ib......'.....i. 12o
Country Hams, per Ib 10c
18 Bars, 1 H each Extra Family Soap. 1 00
Our stoek being the largest assorted
stock In the city enables us to sell very
low. . Remember, families needing goods
had better walk i few squares and thus
save money, tor money, saved Is better
Goodi delivered to all parts ol the city.
..'. :" r. i.'in.'n .- New York Htorb.
Also lust In-Mlnce Heat, Applet, Ap
ple Butter, IB. VV. Flour, Pig' Feet,
u.v- - v. iwwt
Police news are icarce.
Print only S cents per yard, at 83
Milton Noble's theatrical troupe will
be here on December 14 and 16.
Shell oysters just received at the
Crystal saloon, Hirry Wi.ki:r.
The Illinois Central round house still
continues to be tbe headquarters for
Prints ouly 5 cents per yard, at 93
Ohio Le vee.
Shell oysters just received at the
Crystal saloon. IliKRv Walker.
Capt. Miller, agent ol the Green
Line goes to Chicago to-iuorrow on busi
nsis. The Sun yetterday told the public that
it rained. Although tempted to "go and
do likewise," we desist.
An elegant line of fine white kid slip,
peri fr ladles, at the loweit prices at O.
Considering the bad weather there
was a good attendance at the Prayer
meetings of the churches last night.
The sidewalk on Sixteenth street,
back of Winter's, row Is In a dangerous
condition. The authorities should see to
-Fresh shell oysters at Louis
Herbert's, No. 72 Ohio Levee.
Many ol our saloon keepers have cut
down expenses by discharging their bar
keepers, but expect to be all right again
alter tbe panio is oyer.
Royal Globe Alpacas at the New
York store, alo the clebrated Cohonslc
jeans. Cull and look at this line of doc
skins Jeans. IMS 3t.
Dean, of the Arlington Hotel intends
giving a tree game dinner on the first and
lifteenth of each month until the gamt
season closes. 11-22-0.
The globes on the music stands
should be removed and taken care of by
the proper parties before they are brokea
Mr. Louis Herbert is in daily
receipt of fresh shell eystert at
restaurant, No. 72 Ohio levee.
Prints only 5 cents per yard, at 93
Ohio Levee. Other gools In propor
tion, at 93 Ohio tavce. Sign of Ked
Flag, 93 Ohio Ivee.
Mr. Roswell Miller, general superin
tendent of tbe Cairo and Vlncennes rail
road, and Mr. Nicholas Pennington,
general freight agent are in Chicago on
Mr. Frank Schuckers, the senior ed
itor et this paper, is suffering from an at
tack of intermittant fever and was yester.
day confined to his bed.
Lilley Young Pratt brackets fine
hand made boots and shoes are tor sale
only by O. llaytboro fc Co. They have
ne equal tor style and durability. New
stock Just received. 11-20-Ct.
Kev. A. P. Morrison lelt tbe city by
this morning's train to atftiid the Dis
trict conference to be held at Marlon to
day and to-morrow. He returns to-mor.
Ladies, remember you can get Ben
net and Bernard's line hand, embroider
ed slippers, suitable tor an elegant holi
day present tor your husband at O.
naythorn & Co. 11-22-Ct.
Mildness conquers and hence it is
that tbe gentle yet positive influence of
Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup overcomes so
Quickly the dlsordeas of Babyhood. Prlre
Baker's Cod Liver Oil, Lime and
Wild Cherry a pleasant medicine, and
certain remedy for Consumption, Scrofu
la, Debility, etc. Now is the time to use
it. John C. Baker & Co., druggists,
Merchants and people are Invited to
inspect our stock of boots and shoes. It
is twice as large a any other in the city,
and we sell ten per cent, lower than any
other house. O. Haytbor.n & Co.
After the oyster supper was oyer at
Hinkle and Thistlewood's warehouse
Tuesday night, tbe young folks, with
the concent ol Messrs. Hinkle and Thistle
wood, had a dance. This, however, had
no connection with the supper.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil. Lime, and
Wild Cherry quickly relieves Throat and
Lung diseases, and Imparts vigor and
new lite to dcbiliated constitutions. Plea
sant In taste. J. C. Baker & Co.,
(Oct. 13, C-w) Philadelphia, Pa.
Baltimore, Md. I have used Dr.
Bull's cough syrup personally and in my
family for two or three yean, and am
prepared to Bay that there Is nothing to
compare to It as a remedy tor coughs,
eolds, etc. James Corr'u, Venlui.
We slated a few days since that we
regretted that Miss Annie Pitcher would
leave Cairo. Since that time our regrets
have somewhat diminished owing to the
arrival ot a junior Miss Pitcher, to fill
the vaccum under the patternal care ot
Mr. and Mrs. Will Pitcher. We con
gratulate the alercsald.
By a local notice elsewhere it will be
seen that Mr. Dean, ot the Arlington, In
tends in the future to treat his guests
with a game dinner twice a moath. Mr.
Dean Is a wide awake hotel man ot years
experience and his guests may expect
There will be a large attendance at
the meeting of tbe Reform Club to
night, and good music, The opportun
Ity to sign the pledge and become a
member ol the Red Ribbon Reform Club,
will be extended to all during the even
log and the boys are hoping to Increase
their membership largely.
A dispatch from Prof. E. Leon, um
great tight rope-walker, announces that
he has been delayed on his way here by
the rain, but that he will be here and
perform his great feat on Friday next,
sure. Turn out everybody on Friday
and witness the performance. Tbo tlnje
of day and place where the Prof, will
act Bill be announced hereafter.
The Planters' House, under the
management ol Mr. Kelly the new pro
prietor, retains its reputation lor being
one ol the best hotels In the country.
Besides tbe price havo been reduced to
$1 60 a day, a fact which will tend to
make tbe Planters still more popular in
tbe estimation of the traveling public.
Children cry lor Pitcher's Castoria.
It Is as pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter
lovs Ingredient, and Is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate tbe
bowels and stomach, and overcome irri
tation caused by rash or cutting leeth,
Mothers can rest, and children enjoy
health, who ue Castoria. It Is harm
less it I certainly speedy, and it is
The largest stock ol boots, shoes,
and staple dry goods to be found in
Southern Illinois can be lound at O. Hay
thorn A Co., 101 Commercial avenue
Examine these prices. Mens heavy
winter boots, common, per pair, $2 00;
mens heavy kip Walker's saddle scam,
custom made, f 1 00; mens fine kip Wal
ker's saddle seam, cuFtom made, $3 50;
mens Frank Danes bust brogans, $1 50.
Prints, cossmcrcs, Jeans, domestic, car
pets, clothing, hats, etc. Largest ?to k
and lowest prices in the city.
ll-20-0t O. IlAYTnoitx & Co.
A few plain word to the Public, who
are Interacted when making; their pur
ahaaea ror the Fall and Winter, espec
ially of Boot and Shoes, that they ob
tain their "money ' worth-" This they
are entitled to, no more nor leas, and the
Inquiry with them la, "where can we
trad most aatiaotorily ." This may be
answered at A. Black's, the City Shoe
Store, 140;Cmmerclal avenue for the
following; reasons :
1st. They hay the largest aortment
and stock in Southern Illinois, which
is ample to meet the want of e vary on.
Bd. They buy only from manufacturer,
and as jobbers thereby obtaining; the
vary first figure.
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
aer, and effect the largest business in
Southern Illinois, tney manage to do so
at comparatively email expense-having
no outaid employee or runners to
asalat them and are content with mod
They therefor offer to the public and
aatron generally the opportunity these
advantages afford them of purchasing
their boots and (hoes during the fall and
winter by the ilngl pair at the aam
prle tbe aniae fou are sold at
wholesale, aad at least 13 per rent
less than can be sold by any other
bonne in the rily. We assert tbat w
are able lo do this, and as ac arc ana.
Ions to sell goods for the united
benefit of ourselves and public we
offer them at the same extraordinary
low rate. Furthermore, we will du
plicate any goods offered at any oth
er honsein this city or vlelnity at 16
per cent leas than they aell them at.
All onr department are complete,
and consist of fresh, seasonable and
stylish goods. The specialties In
fine gooda kept only byniar offered
a great bar-lms. Including- a large
line; of gentlemen's ladles' and boys'
silk embroidered slippers for the
A. BLACK'S) CITY SHOE BTOBE,
Bo. 140 Commercial avenue.
A boy, fifteen or sixteen yean old,
wanted at the Bulletin ofllceto do gen
eral work In the press room. Apply in
A Card of Thanks,
We, the undersigned, hereby tender
our sincere thanks and heartfelt grati
tude to Messrs. Hinkle and Tbistlewood
for their kindness in allowing us the
priviledge, after the ladies had turned
the ball over, of dancing therein:
Tbos. Morgan, F. A. Kent,
Lou Daniels, J. W. Strong,
A. Davidson, George D. Fisher,
Jos. Setcher and others.
Cairo Reform Club
Will meet at the tobacco warehouse
on Commercial avenuo this evening at
7:30 o'clock sharp, for the purpose of
transacting gsneral business. Let every
member bo present.
C. W. Punning,
The Root.b and Beady Fire Co.
The lough and Ready firs company
will, on Thanksgiving night, at Scheel's
hall, give one of the grandest balls ever
given in Cairo. It has long been the aim
ot the Rough and Ready company to
give to our citizens a ball that would in
every respeot eclipse cry thing ot a
similar character ever before given to
Cairo people, and keeping this end in
view their preparations will be extensive
and thorough. Six hundred dollars for
new suits have already been expended for
this occasion, and it the weather will per
mit the company will parade our princi
ple streets some time before the event
The Rough and Ready company has
never shirked Its duty, but faithful to Its
name has always been ready at every lm
ergeney and worked effectually with good
cheer and a good will and deserves the
patronage of our people.
How it I Dona.
The first object In life with the Am
erican people is to "get rloh;" tbe second,
how to regain good health. The first
can bo obtained by energy, honesty ana
saving; the second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a despondent sufferer from any ot the
effects of Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, Ac, such as Sick Headache,
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Habitual Costiveness, Dizziness of the
Head, Norvous Prostration, Low Spirits,
Ac, you need not suffer another day.
Two doses oi August Flower will relieve
you at once, Samplo bottles 10 cents.
Regular size 75 cents. Positively sold
by all tirst-class druggists In tbe United
States. July 35.
Vital weakness or depreislon: a weak
xhaustud feeling, no energy or courage;
, . . . . ....
mo rui, oi mental over-worK, inuis
cretlons or exeescs, or some drain on tho
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic SpeclHt. No. 23. It tones
up and Invigorates the rstem, Imparts
strength and energy stopsthe drain and
rejuvenates tbe entire' man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Trice $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Fulton street N. i".
Harder la tbe "erroud Degree.
Wo yesterday received the lollowlng
letter from John O. B lackwood, Esq.,
which explains Itself:
Osceola, Ark., Nov. 17, 1ST".
Editor Bulletin: As a bit of news
to friends of the negro, Riley Covington,
the colored barber, who was captured In
your city by Detertive W. li. Haskins,
and brought to this place some time since,
upon a charge ot murder, will say that
on the 14th ult. was convicted of murder
In the second degree and sentenced to
eighteen years In State prison.
- 'Very Respectfully,
J. Ulackwood, Atty, for Covington
Tuesday Night's Oyster Huppar.
The oyster supper given at the tobacco
warehouse by the Cairo Temperance
Union, on Tuesday evening, was an im
mense success. Although It rained al
most incessantly all evening the attend'
ance was far beyond the expectation of
the most sanguine. The large room was
constantly crowded from six o'clock till
a late hour at night, and although all the
ladies had their hands lull they did their
work admirably and attended to the
wants ot the guests promptly.
The tables were well filled with every
thing the season aflords and it was one
of the grandest all airs of the kind Cairo
has known for some time.
The receipts at tho tablt-s were two
hundred dollars, and at the .loor abou(
ninety dollars. The success of the en
terprise is entirely due to the ladies of
the union, who had the management ex
cluMJvely In their own hands.
SIGNAL SERVICK RKI'OKT.
I ASUTB I
TATio.i. ilow watms. Rise or Ful
VT. IK. rT. IK.
FtlUburg j :i V :l
Cincinnati I" S - r
Louiarill I A ii
L'vkniville I :i n i
fadHuab 1" 4
Cairo II .1 X 1
St. Paul 2 4 ii (i
Daren port i 0 (I
Keokuk 3 o o o
St. Lout I 11 it 0
Numerous produce boats are coming
out of the Ohio on the preient swell.
The Thomas Shirlook Is due from the
Considerable drilt pasflvd out of the
The rain ot the past 30 hours ha been
heavy and steady.
Snow has fallen In tlu Alleghany
The C. T. Lane with a tow ot produce
and coal boats, is due out ot the Ohio.
The hull of the Calumet has not been
turned over yet.
The Mary Houston is receiving 1t
finishing touches at Louisville.
The I. N. Roberta with two produce
boats is coming out ol the Ohio.
The Florence Leo is to be dismantled,
and a new boat is to be built by the Ten
nessee river packet company.
The Fearless and Iron Mountain's bar
ges are loaded at Pittsburg, but cannot
get out until there is moro water.
The James Fkk, jr. for Paducah, Sle.
Ueneyieve lor Memphis, John L. Rhoads
for Pittsburg, My Choice and barges, and
C. P. Chouteau are due to-day, also the
E. O. Standard tor New Orleans.
The Jno. A. Wood, with tow of coal
passed south yesterday. The Jim Fisk
brought out a good trip. The Charley
Bowen with a tow of salt arrived from
the Ohio last evening. The James W.
Gaff and Grand Tower were very well
laden for Memphis. Tho Andy Bauat
becomes a Cairo nnd Cincinnati packej
next week. The river rose but two in
ches yesterday. The wind was heavy
and cold from the north lost evening.
New Orleans Timet, Sunday: "Nino
vessels passed through the jetties Thurs
day ot tbe past week. Four ot them
were steamers, yiz: the Hudson, the
Baltimore, the Franklin and the llewes.
Of these the Baltimore drew twenty-one
feet four inches; the dratt of the others
ranged from eighteen to twenty feet.
The sailing vessels passing through were
the ship Saranak.the barks Julia Ernes
tine, Colin E. McNiel, Regina, Aubepine,
and the schooners Amos Walker and
Mary A. Prury. They all passed withi
out detention, the large steamers going
through and on out ot sight at a rate ot
speed showing the utmost confidence in
tbe depth and breadth ot the channel."
Cincinnati, Commercial, Nov. 20. On
Sunday, while the Virgle Lee was lying
at Ghent, Kentucky, Mr. Lake Ktene,
an old resident ot tbat place, presented
to tbat steamer a large and magnificent
pair of deer horns, the same formerly
worn by Captain Tom Wright's old, fast
and favorite steamer Highflyer. Captain
W, U. Kirby, Clerk Andy Harrlgan, and
the officers and crew are delighted with
their present The repairs and im
provements to Captain Daniel Moore's
fine stoamer Robert Mitchell will amount
to nearly $10,000, and she is in elegant
order in every particular. The Mitchell
leaves for New Orleans to-morrow, and
will be officered as follows: Captain
Daniel Moore; Clerks, Captain Frank
Stein, Al. Schragg snd W. C. Hill; nates,
Captain Lev. McGirary and Wm. Ro
mlck; pilots, Jsaaa Brooks and Lafe
Anderson; engineers, T. J. Henry and
George iirantz; steward, Joe Whltte
niore; watchman, D, C. Shepherd,
The Centaur Liniments are the great
est remedies ever discovered tor all flesh,
bone and muscle allmonts bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, stiff Joints,
etc. What the White Liniment docs lor
the human family, tho Yellow Liniment
docs lor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they are convenient, and they are
certain lu their effects. ll-ll-13w
C, Canton flannel for Si 00 at rhn
New York store. Prints, 6c. and 7c. per
COLSING OUT AT COST
Mrs. C. McLean desires to announce to
the public that she has determined to
ciosj out ner large and elegantly assorted
stock ot MILLINERY GOODS, inclu
ding Ladles' FURNISHING GOODS ol
nearly every description, UNDER
WEAR, HOSIERY, etc, with a very
large assortment ot Ladies'. Misses' and
Children's SHOES, all of which must be
'old within tho next
At Cost. Now Is the time tor ladles to
buy Hats, and everything else in the
I A old bills must be settled at
once, or they will be put out for col
Wni, Flehhoir, Dealer In and Mann-
nciiirrr or rumitiirs.
Offers special inducements in Dressing
Cases and Parlor Suits. Also In all varl
itirs of Furniture, such as Folding, Camp,
Cane, Wood Seat, Rockers and chairs;
Bedsteads, Bureau.', Looking Glasses,
ilattresses, and all other articles of furnl
ture immaginable. The bloody chasm of
bottom prices has been reached, and .Mr.
Elchhcff now stand3 ready to meet the
reasonable requirements of the closest
buyer", either ol large or small quanti
ties, and satisfaction guarantoed. Po
litenn?? and courteous treatment assured
all wishing to examine good. 1 invite
all persons to come and look at my etoi k
and obtain my prices. Fuctory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue. 17-lm
Shell oysters uxt received at the
Crystal saloon. Hakkv Walker.
a kkw ok thk ritit'Es at
PETTIS & BIRD'S,
nth AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 Ib Amber C. Sugar $1 00
10 llj N. Orleans l 00
1 Ib Rio Coflec .. 1 00
H lb White Sugar 1 00
4 lb Soda 2.1
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
6 Bars Soap 25
Coal Oil. per gallon 25
And all other goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Tablo Sauce
Call and sec us. 24-Ct
Ed. Braxton lias returned to his old
?tand in the Reiser building, where he Is
better prepared than ever to aecommo-
3ate his patrons and tho public who
may favor lilra with a call. He has srone
to considerable expense in fitting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest im
provements and conveniences. He cm
ploys ouly first class workmen and those
who pstronlzo him will have their wants
attended to in style and will receive
courteous treatment. t
Is so common in the country as scarcely
to need comment. Tho causes which
produce it are such as cold, irregular
living, overexertion, low spirits, night
air, exposure to miasmatic exhalations,
&c. In larsce cities where edge tools
and agricultural implements are manu
tai tureil, the grinder protects his lungs
Irom the injurious effects of tho dust
flying off tho grindstone by wiring a
respirator. The coal miner ere t . tie.
sconds the shaft provides himself wit It a
safety lamp to guard against flru-damn.
Now it hi equally necessary fo' those
who aro brought in contact with any, ol
the causes leading to Intermittent fever,
to provide thcniBolveB with that well
known and highly esteemed remedy
against it, the home stomach bitters.
A New Boarding llonse.
Mrs. GaH'ney has taken charge ol the
largo house at the corner of Seventh
street nnd Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding house. She
is refurnishing the house throughout
with excellent furniture, and is now
ready to receive boarders nnd entertain
them la lut-class style, giving to them
all tho comfort and convenlonco that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflncy has had
many years experience in boarding house
and hotel management, and leols confi
dent that she Is cnpable and ablo to give
better accommodations for less money
than any other boarding houso in the
city. She solicits a share ot public pat
Tho attention of the publio Is called
to this great improvement in
Oners ii Horses Should Give it i Trial.
Call at tin
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of the
S-eat superiority of this new collar over
e old style hard aad still' collar now in
use. It is a well-known fact that every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unfit foi service by chsfflng, caused by
the use of the old style collar, and that
by this means many horses are made to
balk. This new collar will obvlute all
TBE TURLEY HORSE
Is the best made. Come and see thorn
at 1 19 Commercial avenue,foot of Seventh
BAI.AHr. rMTOIWll MIJW
h, Neiwdtllliii. KipeBMepwI.
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m Mam ii lm.. E S B I V
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Sold in tills IA17 van In antl,orn IMUlo IVaomiM nv.
. . J "1 in wuHuivtummuwi ivvvuwiiv,f ii ,n UVUVIUSTiy
i0n, ltuwere 10t we would overstep the bounds ot true business promlety by
telling the readers of Uils journalwhom our competitors buy from, and from whom
we buy. V, t iay it wlthtt fetr of contradiction we are the only clothiers la th
Stat South et Springfield, wa0 buy trora wholesale dealers of New York who haw
a national reputation tor manufacturing good, well made, stylish clothlnT. The)
goods generally sold are from dealers who tare tor nothing, hut "to sell" and sot to
build upa reputation lor good, well made, stylish goods-wlth a guarantee to all Par
ties confer nor! . Our or.mnotltnr. i ..o i- "... . ' JCTm
: : , v . -j iu
a-wu wuui, is urn use oi Keeping tnem."-we know better for we've tried it tor
years In several States, We stand ready at all times to give the firms from when
we buy our clothing, and prove by good authority that they are known tor what we
have said above it our competitors will do likewise. Head the Sun and see what we
have to say therein.
FARNBAKER, the Clothier,
PHOIIX DRUG STORE
I Have Opened an
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, STATIONERY
And Toiiot triiolca,i :
To Which I Call the Attention of the Publio. ' .
I&1 will make the accurate compounding of physieians prescriptions a ids
nla"y- O. E. O'HAHA.
sot m m
IE3 J3 3b BT H
Is Preferred to all Others :
Ut. TheyaremadeoittabMt"WAlIiil'TTV"MUBMN. : ., -. j ,
SuJ' linen!'" " ply m'le of lUe llnen' p,y bln Kuarantsad lo b all
3rd, They art made pnlv hv capable and experienced hand, and are ctrefully InssKted and
ar unsiirpasned by anyntlier in workiuanahip. n-iuiiy inaptcteq anq
lh. lory an guaranteed to dtan4ivattsisctloaiavry parUonlar. . . .,
Try Them and be Convinced !
FOR SALE ONLY BY ' ''
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
124 COMMERCIAL ATEIUJE.
STRATTON & BIBS,
AGENTS AHBRI0AN P0WD3 O
&7 Ohio Levee.
WUoI.ESAl.F. AND KKTAIL.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th street and Oorumerol At.
O. O. PATTER & CO.
PAIHT AHD OILS.
B. F. Blake
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
rVall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dovr Shades, &o,
ilway on hand, the celebrated tlltuulnatln
Oorner Eleventh Strt and Waahl
Tho Steam Ferryboat
Will be run regularly, leaving Green
Hold's landlnir at TM, H and l'i o'clock a.m.;
i-M and 4:!J0 o'clock p.m. during tacn
On Hundayshs will leave the landing; at
8sndl0oolocka.nl, and at H m., aad at
uniirn, icuyio won i pay ror gooa
WW VW WWUi A A AAV v.
Entire New Stock of
S3 Da n !! ft
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,:
WILSON & COMPANY
Bankers & Brokers
Doulers iu Stock Privileges, rj 3. Boadi,
Cotton and Mlicellaueou Securities, Kts.
The greatest opportunity ever
before offered for investment.
1000 dollars made from iiTest-
ment of 200 dollars in 30 days.
Smaller amounti invested will
pay in proportion.
Investments large or small can be trebl
ed In 80 day.
We tell are purchase as deilred t sham
or stocks and upward on margins ot from
ens to two per seat.
CSTers of Credit and Drafts payable
lor ato Eu rope and America, uaued
in v i eoceot traveler.
Z Pull Information sent on application, . ,
WILSON ft CO..
P.O. Bex 2485. 35 & 87 Broad St.
(Ne ar Gold and Stosk Exohange.)
P ATE NTS
To Inventors & Manufacture.
Fa tenta sndAUoraw a
- Law. .
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American and Foralg-a Rataata. '
Xo Fees in Advance, nor until a Patent
Is allowed. No Ftts for making Fr
UmiiMry Examinations, "ilt
Special attention 'riven to Interference
Cases before the Patent Office. Inirlhie-
aunt BuUa U. ta MmmwmA (Hy, SH &
litigation appertaining to Patents or U
ventions. .;. , .'' X';
Send Stamp for Pamphlet 0 Sixty Fg4s
i.. phhi a lai,..nij
COME AND SE3 ltt! "f
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I am now offering my entire
stock of Ol'
Fer Ik west Talray Bar :
BELO W' COST.
At I iit!tndj'fkil iht htUiMU, :;.
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PARTIES IN SCAKCB ,0f ' IAU
GAINS SHOULD MOT FAIL TO
h GIVE MR A CALL, r-
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i-rt J r t I-'-1,--. 1 mi -'.'.( -Mt n
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Cor. 6th Street and Ohle Lsree.