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WEDNESDAY, November 23,1877,
'. frlnUonly Octnl tier yard, at W
The county eomiuJsalontni will uic:t
In regular sassioii on Moutlay next.
'Shell oyster Jut received at the
Crystal saloon, ' Harky WaI.kkk.
Don't all rush Into print now In ex
tacles over that "neautifiil snow" ot yes
Prints only 5 centa mt yurd, at 03
The Urat regular monthly meeting
of the City Council will bo held on next
Tuesday evening. .
Haryoy liny, Khi-, a prominent
citizen ot Clinton, Ky was In the city
Shell oysters Just received at tho
Crystal saloon. IUkkv Walkkk.
Mrs. Ed. Powell took her departure
tor Mound City junction on the after
noon train yesterday.
The rivers are rising and it Is alto
Kittiir likely that we will have confident
Mm water lu re within the next ten dnjs.'
' Wild Kanieof almost every kind is
plenty In tills market anil selling at
"prlcea within the reach ot all."
An elegant line of flue white kid Flip
Iters fur lailiea, at tin; lowest prices at O.
llaythornA Co. U-ii Gt.
Fresh Bbcll oy iters at Louis
Herbert's, No. 72 Ohio Lovoe.
)ean, of the Arlington Hotel intend
Kivintf a lull game dinner on lite first and
liiWhtli of each month until the game
Htason clows. 11-22-C.
1'rof. Klienhurgli is instructing a
bund ol amateur musicians at the town
ol Ashley and makes regular weekly
Titos. Lovett, Esq.. lute d .Mr. l
Cuhl's Hour store, Is now "dre'jiung"
Ireight at the Cuiro and Vineennei rail
The stone depot and round-house
root are now undergoing thorough repair
under the immediate supervi-Ion ol Mr.
Saw buck, ol Centralis.
The ladies ol the Methodist church are
making great preparations for the slip
per to be given by them at the tob:icco
warehouse on next Tuesday evening.
In a Nursery Wherein all Is lile and
laugh Instead ol crying and fretting, there
Is sure to be found Dr. Bull's ilnby
Syrup. Trice 25 cents per bottle.
Fresh Shell Oysters at Louis
Herbert's, No, 72 Ohio Levee.
Prints only 5 cents per yard, at 03
Ohio J-evco. .Other goo.lii in propor
tion, at 03 Ohio I.cvcc. n of Itnl
Flag, 03 Ohio Levee.
Lilley Young Pratt brackets tine
hand madu boots and shoes are tor sale
only by O. Hay thorn dt Co. They have
n equal lor style and durability. New
rtock Juit received. ll-20 Ct.
Wc arc Iiitortutd that Kelly, ol ihe
Planter' House, is giving game dinners
every day and is bouud not to be out
done by any house In town. 1 1-27-14.
There will be services In the German
Lutheran church conducted by the Jlev.
C. Durschiier, on Thanksgiving day,
Nov. 2l)th. Services will commence at
11) o'clock a. in. All are invited ton'.
The town of Carhondale has her cur
iosity also. Each day as the passenger
train on the Illinois Central road passu,
a young lady and a sow' weighing 300
lbs. may be seen at tho station.
Inker's Cod Liver Oil, I.hne 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 A Co., druggists,
Merchants and people arc invited to
inspect our stock of boots anil Mined. It
is twice as large as any other in the city,
und we eellten per cent, lower than any
other house. O. Haytiiorn & Co.
A new car-repairer's hhop for Boss
Heynolds and his men is in courso of
construction on the levee opposite the
Illinois Central ruiid-house. It Is the
property ol the Mississippi Central railx
Be wise in time and procure Dr.
Hull's Cough Syrtfi, which always curea
Coughs and Colds, and prevents consump
tion. 25 cguta; largo ale, 50 cents.
Wo understand that there was an un
usually largo attendance at tho quarterly
love feast held at the Methodist Church
last Mondaf cvenlujr, and that the meeN
ing was quite interesting.
The Reform Club reading room is
boln; got Into order as fast as possible.
The furniture will bo put In within tho
next day or two, when the room will be
thrown open to tho public.
Baker's Cod Liver Oil, Lime, and
Wild Cherry quickly relieves Throat and
Lung diseases, and Imparts vigor nud
new lilo to debiliated constitutions. Pica
' snnt In taste. J . U. Bakkb & Co.,
(Oct. 13, 5-w) Philadelphia, l'a.
Ladles, remember you can get Ben
net and Bernard's lino hand, embroider
ed slippers, suitable tor on elegant lioli
day present tor your husband nt O.
llaythorn & Co, . 11-22-Ot.
Stuart fa Qholson offer tho celebrated
Quaker City uiilaun dried 8hlrt, New
York Mills Muslin, bullous and buttons
holes cotupleto, tor $1.00. , They have no
hesitation In saying that these goods are
sold Mbwwhere for $1.50. See them,
Shell os Aim Ju. t received at tho
Crystal saloon, Hahiiv Waikkk.
County court wits still iu session yes
terday. The case against BUI Scott, for
niaiutaiuiug a gambling table, cams up
In thy morning, Mr. Llncgar appearing
lorSeott, and W. 11. Mulkey prosocut,
Ing. The Jury mturnod'n verdict of not
K'dlty. ; ;
.The weather H.rmtttlng, the lUniglt
and Ready tiro company will pa:ad the
streets this afternoon. Tho members
will be dressed In their new and hand
some uniforms, and wilt be sure to make
a Hue appearance.
Ve are requested to say that u cor
dial luvltation.ls extended to everybody
to attend the Thanksgiving sermon at tuo
Methodist church to-morrow morning at
11 o'clock. Itov- A. P. Morrison is to
preach the sermon.
Judge Yocurn wag about the city
yesterday, and several tunes dropped
Into tho court house. Tho next term of
the probate court, to commence on the
third Monday of December, will he
held by Judge Yocum.
Children cry lor Pjtcher'a CVtoria.
It Is as pleasant to take as honey. It
contains no morphine or other deleter
Invs ingredient, and Is sure to expel
worms, cure wind colic, regulate the
bowels and stomach, and overcome irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth.
Mothers can ret, and children enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It Is harm
less, It is certainly speedy, and it is
cheap. 1 1 -1 l-l.'Jw
The F.piscopul church will beapyro-.
priately trimmed on Thanksgiving day
with thelruitioftheearth. The services
will be such as arc suitable to a Harvest
Festival, aud tho sermon will endeavor
to show our general causes iortliankfuN
ness on tlie National Holiday.
We understand that our Catholic,
friends organized a temperance society on
Monday evening. The organization
starts out under tho most flattering pros,
pects lor Its future success. Tin- mem
bership is already large.
On Sunday night l!uv. Mr. Morri
son has be.cn directed to preach a idioit
sermon to children on missionary work,
and there will be In addition numerous
songs and a few short addresses by other
gentlemen. Tho occasion will be made
one ol Interest especially to the little
The Centaur Liniments are the great
est remedies ever discovered tor all Ht-sh,
bone and muscle ailments bites, bruises,
swellings, burns, rheumatism, stiff joints
etc. Wliat tho White LInirncnt docs lor
the human family, the Yellow Liniment
does lor horses and animals. They are
cheap, they are convenient, and they are i
certain In their effects. 1M1-I3w
There was a meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union at the to
bacco warehouse yesterday alternoon.
Owing to the Inclemency of the weather
the attendance was rather thin, and
without transacting any important
business tho meeting adjourned to meet
on next Tuesday aftcrr.ooa at the same
Among the arrivals at the Planters'
House yesterday were: Clris Ham
mond, Ullin. III.; O I) Long,
I)uO,uoin, 111.; Jus Page, Bird's point,
Mo.; Mrs. Boran and lamily, Mound City
111.; Win Partington, New Madrid, Mo.;
Richard Green, Cincinnati; Frank K.
Marking, New Albany, Ind.; A N Jones,
Charleston, Mo.; F W Dcrmon, Charles
ton, Mo.; A G Wilson, Cincinnati.
The largest stock of boots, shoes,
and staple dry goods to bo found in
Southern Illinois can Jje found at O. llay
thorn fc Co., 101 Commercial avenue
F.xaminc thee prices. -Mens heavy
winter boots, common, per pair, f 2 00;
mens heavy kip Walker's saddle seam,
custom made, $3 00; mens fine kip Wal
ker's saddle Beam, custom made, $3 50;
mens Frank Danes bent brogans, 1 00.
Prints, cassmcres, jeans, domestics, car
pets, clothing, hats, etc. Largest stock
and lowest prices in the city.
1 1-20-0t O. IlAYTnoitN- it Co.
Chief ol Police Arter was out yester
day looking for the man who is selling a
number of "yellow hocked" books, one
the history of the child murderer Fortes
mcycr, and the other entitled "The Hus
band ot Ten Wives." Theso books nre
anything but proper reading for young
people ,and espoclally children, and is to Is
hoped that the party telling them will b
stopped at once.
A fuw plaun word to the Public , who
are Intereated whan making their pur
ahaaea for the Fall and Winter, espec
ially of Boot a and Shoea,that they ob
tain their "money's worth-" This they
are entitled to, no more nor least, and the
Inquiry with them la, "where can we
trade moat eatiafnotoi-lly." This may be
anawered at A. Blnck'a, the City Shoe
Store, 140.0ommerolal avenue for the
following- rewaona :
lat. They have the largest assortment
and stock in Southern Illinois, whloh
la ample to meet the wanta of every one.
2d. They buy only, from manufacturer,
and as Jobbere thereby obtaining- the
very Uret nirures,
3d. That, although, they purchase lar
ger, and effect the larg-est buainoaa In
Southern Illtnole, they manage to do so
at comparatively small expense-having-
no outside employees or runners to
asslat them and are content with mod
They therefore offer to the vublio and
patrans generally the opportunity theae
advantages afford them of purchasing
their boots and shoes during the fall and
winter by the single pair at the asm
price the enme good nro Hold at
whoiemilo, ana at least in per rent
Ifnn ihun cnu be aolil by any other
limine hi the i-iiy. We assert tbnt we
nr nlile to Uo tlila, and as we are ana.
Ioiih to sell gooila for the tin II oil
benellt of ourselves ami nubile we
offer them at Ihe same extraordinary
low rates. Furthermore, we will dii
nl lento any oo4a altered at any olh
or house la thlaeity or vlelnlly at 19
Iter rent leos than lltey sell them nt.
All our dvpartuieulM are eoniuleto,
stylish goods. The specialties j
line goods kepi only by nsaro eflTered
at great bargains, Im lndlng n large
line; of gentlemen's ladles' and boys'
silk embroidered allpner for the
A. lll.At ll'M CITY NIIOE NTOItK.
an, 14U t'oraiuerrial . -
(.'apt. John II. Koblnsou, who was
elected a Justice of the peace for Seutli
Cnlro prcciuct at tho late election, (fl, wc
understand, about to ojku'oh olllco on
Commercial avenue next door1 to his tob
acco store for the transaction ot business
pertaining to tho ofllce of sjastlcc. Uav
Ing before served the people in this capa
city Mr. Kobinson will be sure to receive
a liberal share of business.
In conversation with Kev. Mr. Mor
rison yesterday we learned that on Sun
day morning next he is to preach a ser
mon upon tho Literature of tho day, in
which It we understand aright he propo
ses to point out that which Is proper for
a Christian to read. Tho sermon h in
tended especially for tho members of Ills
own flock but others will no doubt be
benefitted by it. Wc should think it
was a subject worthy of special atten
tion. Thanksgiving night Is looked for
ward to with great anxiety by the many
persons holding invitations to the nt
jAui ultra party to tnke place at the St.
Charles ttt that 'time. Kx tensive pre
parations and no small expense have
been required, iu order to render this
party by the Kxcelsiou Social and Liter
ary Society the slur hop of the season. A
mora opportune time could not have
been set than the 21nh Instant, for this
pleasant event. Come one, conif all, it
you have invitations.
The trade or families can bo -ipplicd
with Celery at 01 Ohio Levee.
27-2t II. I.KKiiiroN.
Wand Wirking Mnehliiery for Nule.
One Plainer ami Matcher, one Heading
plainer, one Surfarer and ono Oigsaw
machine, for which I will take lumber In
payment. For terms apply to
'21-lui Jamks IIki.i., I'llm, Ills.
Ilerr! li. cr:! lleer!!!
Cha. Phiferling has on tap and is
daily In receipt ot lrcsh Pilsencr beer ol
the rarest quality; also C. Windish, Muhl
hauser & liros., 'Ineinnati'beer which is
acknowledge to excel all others. Ptllh-r-ling
extends a cordial invitation to all Lis
friends, 11-17-1 w.
Still presides at the corner of 5 ven
tccth street and Washington avenue,
and has as usual a line variety of dress
ing cases and parlor suits and calls spe
cial attention to his flnojo ot camp and
Come, look, buy, pay and then full to
the rear to make room lor the next ens
of household and kitchen furniture, on
Si;venth street and Washington avenue,
this Wednesday, Nov. 2Sth, at 10 a. tu.,
einsisting ot flue parlor furn'rt are, chairs,
safus, brusclls carpets, miaor grand ac-
tlon piano, beadsteads, mattrasses, spring
chairs, stoves, crockery, one extra large
cooking stove, nearly new.
Sol. A. Silver, Auctioneer. 27-lt
Munrt aud UlioUnu.
Never in this city have such bargains
in dress goods been offered as arc now
being shown by tho popular dry goods
house of Stuart & Uholson, who offer
their entire atock of tho above goods,
mostly of recent purchases, in a grand
clearance sale, until January 1st, and iu
order to dispose of them before that time,
have marked down 20 per cent., thus
placing the most desirable goods within
tho reach of all. Now is tho time to
secure a cheap dress for tho holidays.
.Mrs. I'linlino 51 . lMllsbury, rierliic
luu. With medicated baths, would invite tho
uttention of the sick, and those gufluring
with chronic illscw-c", nervous debility
exhaustion of vital power, neuralgia,
paralysis, female complaints, catarrh and
nil impurities of the blood. Her system
of treatment i.s pleaant nnd soothing,
no shocks nre given; she ha? been very
siiccessiul for n number of years, and
she docs not'hesltate to warrant a cure,
where there is any conlitulinn to build
Having engaged the bath-rooms of lr.
Arter on Tenth street, between Washing
ton avenue and Walnut street, where
she will at all times tnko great pleasure
in attendance on patients. Nov. 7-1 in
( . New Ilfirbervhnp.
JJMr. George Wise, tonsouial artist, late
with Conrad Alba, the Sixth street bar
ber, has opened a shop ol his own on
Ohio Levee two doors above tho Planter's
House, . Mr. Wise Is a flrstsclass barber
and a clever gentleman, nnd In his inters
course with his patrons Is always atten
tive nnd courteous, His shop Is lilted up
In lino style, and ho asks his old friends
and acquaintances to give him n call.
Ntop I Poor 5Iorlnl, SI lop t
From rushing carelessly to destruction.
If you see a child playing with a fire
brand, you tako it away to prevent con
flagration, nnd yet you aro recklessly In
different to the progress which a cold, a
fever, a headache, a chill, constipation,
Ac,, makes, until tho slumbering flrc,of
chronics sickness lays you low. Tako
tlmo by the forelock, remove, tlioso fore
runners ot sickness, enjoy good health,
and you will thank us lor ' calling nttcu
tlon to and advising your use of the cele
brated Home Stomach Hitters. lll-lin
Kd. llraxton has returned to Ids old
stand in tho Ileiser building, where ho is
better prepared than ever to nnoonimo
Juto his patrons and tho puhlte who
may favor him with a call. Ho has gone
to considerable expense In lltting up a
couple of nicely furnished rooms, which
he has provided with all the latest ltu-
provcminU and convenience. Ho em
ploys only first class woikmen and thoso
who patronize him will have their wanU
attended to in stylo ami will receive
courteous treatment. t
Koi.uii A.N1 Ukaok I-'ikm Co.
Tho Itougli ami llcady Fire company.
So. H, will give a grand Hall and Supper
ON THsVk.mivimI lSvr.sixo, Tin i:hav,
Nov. 20, 177. '
It Is the Intention of the company to
make this one of the grandest ami most
enjoyablo affairs ot Its kind ever given In
Cairo, aud to accomplish this end m itlu r
pains nor expense w ill be spared.
will he furnished by Prof. KiM-nberg's
eckbrate'd string band.
Price of admission $1
J. Gko. IsTKiNnorsK, Jons Kokiii e it,
Ciias. CrNSi.NuiiAM, W.T. Hkmuvakt,
Com. ol Arrangements.
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JAM KS M. WATSON,
S- rj'-anl js.nal S-rvice. U. S. A.
The run of coal from Pittsburg will
r-acli eight million bu-hcls.
Five coal boats were forced loose by
the rise at Pituburg and sunk..
The J. N. ltoborts with two produce
boats from the hlo passed south yester
day. The Su-ie Silver brought lj tons for
rc-hiptnent, nnd has about 2c) tons for
Cold I Hist arrived with n good trip,
and filled out here.
Captain III. Davis of the Jno. .Means
and barges, arrived yesterday. 1 1 is boat
wa3 due last night.
The Jim Fisk for Paducah, City ot
Helena for Vlckeburg, E. II. I'urfce tor
Pitt.-burg are due to-day.
There was a light sprinkle of snow-
yesterday, then a little hail, then a drift
ing rain storm, and finally bright sun
shine to close up the day w ith.
The Kobert Mitchell, Captain Moore,
came out of the Ohio last evening with
almost a full load. She no doubt filled
out here last night, as there was plenty
for her it she would take it.
The Centennial and City of Chester
were well laden for the south, and only
made light additions here.
nargu- 33 of the Mississippi Valley
Trau-portation Company struck an ob
irnu.-llon at Island W on Suudav, mid
went to the bottom a total w recti! ric
cargo consisted ct 2r,(x0 mirhels of com
in bulk, which was insured in Europe by
the owners. Tho barge was not Insured,
lioth barge and cargo are a total loss.
The St. Louis I!epnl'i:an of tho 2Cth
says: Capt. Wilfred P. Hall, the Indefa
tigable naturalist, arrived here on Sat
urday night with h's little craft from tho
nortii, and resumed his south.bound
course yesterday. His objective point is
somewhere in Southern Alabama, anl
wUlies to get out ot reach of river ice.
Capt. Hall is a member of the Davenport,
(Iowa) Academy ot Natural Sciences, and
is continually on the go discovering and
opening mounds and securing specimens
for the Academy, and is much esteemed
by his associates. 1 1c was in former
years a pilot and master on the upper
Mississippi. Although a gentleman
of line ability .and exten
sive information, Capt. Hall,
as seen by the reporter yesterday, might
be taken ty almot anybody torn tramp,
as his habiliments aro rough und his lace
unshaven. Captain Hall say that the
peasantry or common peoplo In the
Southern States and elsewhere have treat
ed him uniformly with kindness nnd
generosity, lie lelt some curious speci
mens with the reporter, axe, cranium,
Ac., found near Louisiana. .Mo., ui n
donation to the St. Louis Academy ot
Science. The love that this boatman
possesses for geology and kindred
sciences must be great u snstnhi his cour
age hi the solitary voyogo nnd tramps
along the shore which he has made dur
ing several years past, nnd the trip which
he renewed yesterday, alone in a frail
craft in the midst of a drenching rain.
Captain Hall is cx pee ted to arriyc hero
in a few days and ho will mnt I'.kely
spend a few days in this vicinity.
Cincinnati Commercial, 2C:
Mejii'uis, Nov. 30. John C. Kei.-cr, ol
thu Anchor Lino boats, has been hero
several days liguring with sVcial Hail
Agent Uoesido lor tho mail route- from
St. Louis and way points by river to
Vleksburg three times per week. The
contract now is froin heio twice each
week to points south, and S. S. Lee, of
the Coahoma, has tho latter, and will
doubtless be able to retain the mail from
hero to Friar's Point, hut the best of tho
river service will probably be returned to
the Anchor Line stunners. Th depart
ment at Washington will fix the com
pensation, the Anchor Lino agents goiinr
on there to hat It arranged. And a
stir lias bc-ii made in tun Arkansas nor
vico system, especially that along tho
Arkansas, White, St. Francis and Was
hita liivers. It appears that Major John
l. Ailams has all ot these routes, upon
which ho makes by sub-letting fully
forty thousand dollars per annum, and
Performs ho service whatever. The Ar
kansus and White Uiver Lines alone
pay him. llueen thousand, and
the boats from hero carry tho mails for
him free of charge. Tho roulctrnni hero
to Osceola, Arkansas, on tho river above,
is his at about six thousand dollars per
annum, and a steamer carries It for him
at two thousand two hnndred. Tho St.
Francis rlrcr route Is his at six thousand
two hundred, and It is sublet at loss than
ono-half. Tho Washita river route paid
him big until a few days since, when it
was suspended. His mail contracts ag
gregated seventy thousnnd, from which
ho realized, as abovo stated, ovit forty
thousand, less tho commissions paid to
parties who added him In getting so nlco
n bunch of mi car nluins. Tim nn-nnt.
Rccsidc, claims to havo desired to let
Memphis boatowners havs tho prefcrenee
of carrying allot these malls, but they
are unable to bid on more than onco each
week to Vlcksburr, and 'twlco to tho
mouth of the Arkansas river. .Agent
Kcosiuo has been recalled, ana leaves for
. A New Boarding House,
Mrs, lialliioy has taken charge of tlis
large house at the corner of Seventh
str vt nnd Washington avenue, where
sho will conduct a boarding house. She
is reluruishlug the houso throughout
wiih excellent furniture, and U now
ready to receive boarder und entertain
them in iirst -class style, giving to them
all the comfort and convenience that
could be desired. Mrs. Gaflncy has had
many years exporienco in boarding house
and hotel management, and feels conil
dent that &ho U capable and able to give
lietttr accommodations lor less money
than any other boarding house in the
eltv. Sho solicits a sltaru ot public p&t
How It Is none.
The llrst obiect In life with the Am
erican people is to "get rich;" tho second,
how to regain (rood health. The first
can be obtained by energy, honosty unu
saving; the second, (good health), by us
ing Green's August Flower. Should you
be a dc-pondent su flerer from any of the
cll'ectsol Dy-pcpsia, Liver Complaint,
Indigestion, iVc, such as Sick Headache!1
Palpitation of the Heart, Sour Stomach,
Iftibitual Co'tivcness, Dizziness of the
Hcadf Nervous Prostration, Low Spirits,
&e you need not suffer another day.
Two doses of August Flower will relieve
you at once. Sample bottles 10 cents.
Itegular size 75 cents. Positively sol 1
tiy all tirst-ehiss druggists in the Cnitcd
A mv OF nil- l-KICES AT
PETTJS & BIKD'S,
1 Ith AND WASHINGTON AVE,
10 III Amber C. Sugar fl 00
10 lb N. OtlcniH " 1 00
1J lb Kio Codec 1 00
H lb White Sugar 1 00
1 lb Sod i 23
4 Boxes Matches 25
Starch, per pound 05
liars Soap 23
Coal Oil. per gallon 23
And nil other goods very cheap.
Also, just received, a choice lot ol Pure
Spices, Mustard, English Table Nance
and Pickles. '
Call and sec us. 2 f-tit
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, indis
cretions or excesses, or some drain on the
system, Is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathic Specific No. 2S. It tones
up and Invigorates tho system, Imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Ueen used
twenty years with perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
viaU and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mail on receipt of price. Addrcs3
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company, 100 Fulton street N. V.
Instead ot aiding her In her cflorts to re
cuperate, is obviously not the way to get
well when one is sick. ct this is prei
oWnly the course nursucil of courso un
wittingly by persons who are continual
ly dosing themselves wit'i powerful min
eral drugs for some malady with which
they are alllicted. Such baneful medica
ments rather lend to retard recovery than
to hasten it. How much more sensible
are they who employ tho gently acting
but thoroughly elllcicnt restorative, Ho.
stetter's Stomach Bitters, which, unlike
the drugs referred to, Is eminently whole
some and sale; and, instead of injurying,
Improves the tone ot tho stomach and re
creates health and vigor in the broken
down system. Indigestion, liver com-,
plamt, constipation, kidney ami bladder
ailments, and rheumatism, yi, ,d to its
corrective intlucnco, and it is the remedy
and preventive rar exccllcnco f-r Inter
mittent and remittent fevers aud other
disorders bred by mioFms tainted n'r nnd
water. It is, moreover, a superb appet
izer. . ll-IiKiCd&w.
Win. Mclilmir, Oenler In nnd 51 ami -Inrinreror
Oilers special inducements in Dressing
Cases and Parlor Suits. Also hi all van
ities of Furniture, such as Folding, Camp,
Cane, Wood Scat, Kockers and chairs;
Uedsteads, Bureaus, Looking Glasses,
Mattresses, and all other articles of furni
ture iinmaginablc. The bloody chasm of
bottom prices h :s been reached, and Mr.
Elchhr.ff now stands ready to meet the
reasonable requirements of the closest
buyers, cither ol largo or small quanti
ties, and satisfaction guaranteed. Po
litenef.saiid courtcftiu treatment assured
alt wishing to examine goods. I invito
all persons to come and look at my stock
and obtain my prices. Factory and sales
room corner of Seventeenth street nnd
Washington avenue. 17-lm
No Failure Known.
I nerc is no caso on record wiicre Dr.
Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild Cherry and
llorehound has failed to give satisfaction.
On the other hand, whenever it has been
need by our people, in 6cvcro colds,
coughs, . asthma, bronchitis, croup,
whooping-cough and consumption, they
arc enthusiastic in its praise. Containing
no opium or other dangerous drug, It
does not constipate, and Is safe to admin
ister In all conditions of health. This Is
an important announcement, and the suf
fering are advised to heed it. Trial size,
10 cents; large sizes, CO cents und Ono
Dollar. Sold by Barclay Bros.
Also agents for Trof. Parker's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which Is suro death to
worms. Pleasant to tako and requires no
physic. Prieo 25 cents. Try It.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
: :. "v'-' ; .. ..
-CAIRO VILLS ;;
it. Ctln ' 't'fR OUAUAJf TEED
mm. OlMli-4- tlrsnrllitsfnitrrasn, and aend
niaClOCQ I will' M cents, (Correspond)
UlatMOtv) J rmt Fee) to Dr. VM brat
lAlslMt. Vattn gitaaw Philadelphia. ,
,. .. . -rvv. - . ! ,.
As we linVft iini-d tlin u-ni-.l imiii.i.li-ij
i .,..r 1 7
ing of the same, we here give the same, at
'Shoddy" according to tho views of
... ........ ..u iu ui-sixiimu a urnss oi men wno were noor
aud without education, becoming suddenly very rich through immense gOTerament
enntrnntu ! hut u inn tlin uini Ij nsn.l In lo.. . .. . . ff ' Wrvu"
, - ...
i.i .. V. n olotlltt,nJ.rol1, goods torn into lihrci In a mill, and retpun Into Tarn
with the addition of a little troth wool, Siniuioudn." wfuuini jrsro
But, then. Webster was not a clothier, and did not live in thelige when there
were "ways that were dark and tricks that were vain," and consequently could
not give a correct definition. 1 ' u
"Shoddy" In tho German is Tt,.,Htr.WulU which means, "the remains,
scraps of wool made Into fresh cloth." To get the correct definition we must go
hack to that most fine ent nnd evni-.-ss vo Innrrmw... n,o.. i, ... .,.PU
, , . .. ; -..I..-....
"Hebrew." In tho times when tho Jewi. -
the Priests nnd Hlgh-PriAts were forbidden to wear in tho sanctuary anythlmr that
resembled "Shoddy," (or what is called in the Hebrew "Sehadnen") i garment! i com
posed of "linen and cotton, cuttou and wool, or anything of two different products '
tor it was considered unholy to wear "Shoddy Goods" during devotion. '
So you will perceive that the word is not new but was used before the Chris
tian era. Of course the goods were ued to such an extent that it required a law to
keep it from being used iu the Temple.
This class ot goods is manufactured and sold In large quantities to-day right in
our midst; we raise our voice iu condemnation thereof, and tell tho publio what it
is. Beware. Buy o Shoddy goods, lor they nre not cheap at any price: Mhun a
house which keeps, or l. even suspected of keeping the same. Wo were the first In
tills city to raise our voice ngainst it, for we discovered that It was difficult to sell
"pure and holy" garments while "Shoddy" goods were in the market.
FARMER, the Clothier,
xii. . j i-.
PHOIX DRUG STORE
(Mu -" w lukuotiut'tu viuiui law.
I Havo Opcnod an
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICAL!, STATIONIBY
And Toilet Articles,
To Which I Call tho Attontion of the Publio.
itayl will make the accurate coinc:indliig of physuians prescriptions a spe
cially. Q. E. O'HAHA.
PEARL SHIRT !
REASONS WHY THE
Is Preferred to all Others :
1st. They ur ma-lcol the boat "W.MISl'TTA" MUSLIM.
in l. HnnouiSHre thn-a ply bJ miulu of hvt Uhu.m1 ply bln( giurulted to ba all
Inl, '1 liryarr made only liv cilile ami experienoe-l hands, nd are cwwfully i unacted anil
aro unxuriiaaiieil by anyotlwr in workmanship.
4 ill. They rv guaranteed iu iliudniToaUiiragUoulniivery particular.
Try Them and bo Convinced!
FOR SALE ONLY BY
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Shoes, Carpets, Etc.
121 COMMERCIAL AVESVE.
Thoy Relievo Tain.
Thoy subduo Bwollings.
They euro burns without a scar.
The The Whita nfip T.him.nt;.
ihe Mandartf remedy lor Ulicumuilsm, iNcuralgia,
t,i. .i, l,uiiiiaj, rros, isiics, iancu vreusts.
Itch. CuUneoul Kruilliclin. etc. Thee T.!nlmtc
have stood the tests of tune. Thi-y have pciform
ed more wonderful cures of obstinnto bed.ri.l.m
cripples and have allvviated more iiains in a nhnrlet
space of time than have all other Uniinenu,
jMiiorocHtiotiSi r.xiracri, U'tiiment-., ana suived
ineiistence. Their sula U increasing wuu arlv
and rapidly. 'I'heirbe.t enJorsers are physicians,
surveons and vetcrinaries. There it literally
cae of Hcsh, bone or nmscle nilmeut upon man or
bt-ast which the Centaur I.inimt-nts will not nllevi
atc and gem-rally cure. Hut It tnuM be understood
that there nre two kinds of Liniment: the W hin
is for family use and the Yellow for liortpt and
animals, i'or horsit and mulea liable ti t-pavifl.
Hull-t-vil. etc., the Yellow Centaur Llnl-
mnntis wonh Its weight in gold. W have
thousands ol certificates relating how thousand of
valuuhlt' horses have been ffnei-dilv restored liv a
do.br bottle of this all-healing remedy. The same
is coimianiiy icm or ine cuccts on me numuu
fiame. 1'ernons hobbling on crutches tor yenrs
from Stiff Joints, Tumors and Old Hores, have bj
tbi use ol the White Centaur Liniment, been
restored to tlteusu of all their limb. The eftects
arc next to marvels. We will nivv the Liniment
to anv person !io ever heard of a railurt. Hue.U
a rase ha never been reported to us. Those l.ini
menta are now tolvl lUrougheut Ihe inhabitable
I. II. uu-it .v. H)., iu inysticci, new lorn.
To the taste hut death t Gripes and Stomach com '
plaints. Fltohar'aCaatorlal a complete sub
stitute furtastor Oiland is as iileasant to take as
lloni-V. It is iarticui-iriy auapteu 10 iceiiimt unu
Irritable children. It destroys worms, aseimilatea
the food, regulates the Stomach, and kurcs Wind
( olic. No remedy is its etlicacious, for Feverish.
ncss, I roup, Worms and wnoopinit lougn, uaa
tnrla la a mirelv vea-'lahlo rreoaralion, more ei-
ferlive than Castor Oil, nnd neither ga(S nor
K'1- . ......
VULii.iniA, .oun., oiayo,
Messrs. -I. II. !! t: N. Y.:
I have a family ef eiirht children, and have used
yourC'.T-teria. I have never found anything equal
mit. My chilkren hare been saved from severe
sickness by the use of I'asloria. I recommend it
In preference to any other medicine 1 know. I
leai ti a pleasure to give inis ceruntair. on accv".
of the benefits 1 haue derived by the use ' ""'
very j?o K Al A M I. LITTLE.
View of Marriage !
aajaBaBBajMBBaMaaajAOuideta WertlSa al
BS LfaeT Tam. Ihst unt lor It ! ke .
-A-NO.' JeTu of Repraduetlnn til
lUe UWUH VI W (IBM.
I A book for prtvttf, eaeiul.
ru nauuif. Hal ptftt, yriei
On all itlaimlan nt m Private Mature arUini trom lelf
Akvea, amine, eraeerel Dlaeaaea, aa the kutt
Am of tTt nireataaa Lanft, OatatiajuBtare. tin
Opium nablt,c..rlee HI iu.
riihsr book trel eaanala iett vtartea t er all sine,
OF THE WORD
u . . ... . .
(;hiiiiiiiiji iiuieBiiuu ueen asKta ins mean
far as our limited education will sllow;
a great many is on entirely new word ha?.
luviiiiaj iu gouua, t cosier iciis us it is:
uinu uio ever prouueeu. ma
h mliirloii wim in in ,,itt.
Entire New Stock of
Tho attention of the public la called
to this great ImproTement In
Owners oi Mu Mi QiTsK iTriili
Jail at tli
NO. 119 COMMERCIAL ATI..
and examine and ba conyinoed of Ua
great itipcrlotlty of thU new collar oyar
tlio old stylo nurd and stiff collar now in
use. It la a well-known fact that ayery
day largo numbers ol horaei art randered
unlit loi service by clwfflnjr, caiued by
tho u.t! of the old style collar, and tkat
by this meana many hones are made to
balk. This new collar will obrlate all
THE TUHXEY HORSE
is the belt made. Come and tee them
at 119 Commercial avenue.foot of Stventh
VITAL WnKKKS3 OR DEPRESSION I a
weak eihausterl feeling, no energy or eonraxei
thrrr-sttlt cf MENTAL OVEhV-WOBK. INDKS-
UlETlHNSOR KXCK3SES. trtoru drain on
the aynem, la alwara cured by Uaruphre ya
Homeopathic Snmifjis No. W. 11 tanea ua aaij
InviiroraUM the avstuu. Imoarta asnarth anil
enerK atopa the drain and rejuvenate! Use
entire man. ueen useu twenty jeara viva net
n-ctinoccea by Iboaaanda Sold kydealera.
L'rice $1 per single vial, or $3 par paakaga
lire vials and Jlnal of powder. Sent by mail
n receipt of price. Addreae HTJMl'HRtYS
IIOM KOPATIUC UEOICIKX UOMfAKY, 1"
Fulton street.N. T.
a w. a
Is not easily earned in IBeaa
llmee, but it can ba aaada la
three raonths by aay ana er
cither aex In anr pan af the
country who 1 wUifn to work
steadily at the employesent wa
furnish. ! a week ta Tear
own town. Too need aat ba
away from home after night. Tan oaa fte
your sole time to tha work, or only .year iDei
moments, n'enaye agenta who are aaaaUs
over I-11 per day , All who engage al eaea aaa
make money fast. At tae oreaenl tiakt Maew
van not be made SO easily and rapidly at ear
other business. II cost nothing to rr tka
busineas. Terma and ti entSl tree. Addraaa
at once, H. U AXXETT ft CO, Portland. He.
la their own localities, canvassing fag tka
l lrealde- laltr, (enlarged) Weekly aa4
Montliiy. Urgeil Pnpstr Ua Uaa wrM.
with Mammoth Chroraoe ree. fig Tiaali
slona to Agents. Terma and Ontlt Traa, AeV
dreat, s. u. viuujtui, Augusta,
a On at koaa Agenta ejaaayL Uatf
and terms free. - TKUl A CO Aagaeta
Aft xtr Tina Mljaa Oal,wita aaa
'XU lO eta., aoetfeidTL. JONM A ttXt
Maaaaa.N. V. t -v, ,
Mlfff rUNO, OBflAK 1
LA1 1 1 tHartlln SMSM. OTl
Tl.nra al-M. llaal aM. ClHaJan fleal.
D. F.Beaur. WasAiBrloa. M. 9.
Ittrisy Horse Dollar
Collar . Mr