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illio BUSINESS HOUSES.
, tv-Anv ti'i?lnin flnu ran liave ijimr lln
. ! , in il'ii ruhirnn under ai'proirlt hmliiff
l !.( p:r moiubr tupttrj"
nyW i Utti rly in advance.
Hardware, Movee auel Tin War.
A . II At .I.f, Y taaln in Sluetl.TIn and Hard
ntiv, i.iiidm nd larujWB' inileuituM, Wire
imIk, K'rlffaters, r'unit' end IaiI'Ikm.
i.. I nmmt rriHl Avenue, liuilnrinx, nl Jut)
ra (tunc on hlir. uoti'-
I, .M ,r. A 1 1 EY Dealer In hard and vfl lum
wr, HiHirliiK, rwllnn, lduig tad aiufaoed
tinilfr, latli and ililnKlm. Olllr aod yard
inn f I wHilieili utrtwt mj'l Washington avenue
I. HAIUMAN fval-r In QinnnwTff, Toys,
l.iiiii(i .unl ull alnda ot finny rtiol-. tVitiiiiwt
' ui u ciiur, turtle r tUi olreU
WILLIAM WlNTKB-Histh atrwt bftwfn
.iiiiiitTmaiavtuw end WaailnitUm avenue.
lollunK nud Mere-bant failorlna;.
JOHN A NTKIM-.M.-rcharit Tailor and VUr
k IUbiIV Mad ClutliinK. 71 Ohio lrv
Krai Kalale Auil.
l. J. HOWLEY-lt-al EnUta Ak'U- '
tiul tulle iwl uute, eollecte if mi. ) 'j'
;.ir non-n'ldeiil,ui. Commercial i" ii'.
.ttwn Mntli ana If nth tfn.
Cotton and Tobacco r"i'.t"ir t.a pro-
irtwor of tin Seniwre' Totw '. .'I"uw,
I'.'t A lfl Ctmimim-nda) Avntw
j lifDfrtl Kox?.irdln(T and toii.i. .
ii.errhanl, for the Ml or Krm, l.'it'l' ii, t'i
;Lrd aod Dairy 1'roduce. f'lihm U.-r.
n A. WHKELOC'K A CO.
fj linend t'orwardinir. end l"HiiiiiMOn
liirrt-hanla, slid dtelere iu J1 MuM I 1 ml and
I rudure. ot Ohio Lrve. Coniiiii.i.ii. ii'i
itfd, birarJlefurnbbedoD application.
One or two good muled and dray am)
harness: or opart ot good horses and
wagon. Inquire 78, Ohio levee.
lw. A ldin, Gravis & n.
I or Mm.
One two-horse wagon in good con
dition, and one span horses and Imrnt-ett.
The horHPji arc tound, and In good con
Utim, nd the burners almost new. For
t'rmMpi!y at lltnry Frohini)', corner ol
FDurtetnth ot. and ttVhltiRton nvi-ini".
Lei II t olemau'e I.auudr) .
Mil. Ltttlo Coleman hn reopniod lirr
laundry on Fourth street, between wanli
lutuu nod Cominerulul avenue, and Uke
Ibts method ol Informix her old Irlend
nd patron that ha li aaln at their tur
vlce, and wllciu their patronage. She ha
reduued price to tult th tlme.
The lollowlng dewrlbed property for
ale at a bargain U applied (or soon, vu
IM 7 and 8, block DO, with residence
and Improvement, corner Ninth ttreet
and WVhlngton avnue; 3 house and
lots on north side ot Twelfth street, cor
ner Foliar; cottage and lot on Walnut,
near 23rd. M. J. IIowlet,
13-tf. ' ;al Estate Afrent.
a 100 Keward.
"The Feerietw" i N-youd all rjuentlon
'La best five centclar oflercd lor sale in
this market. Mr. Frvl Teh hrnan Is the:
tole manuluctunr of thU celebrated
orand ot cigars, ami nfleres a reward ol
une hondred doUaM ti any tenon who
will find any in thou but the pure Ha
vana flllT with Conn ?etlcut wrapper and
hinder. The Peerie has beoomc a great
favorite with Cairo amokon, and the
Jemand for them is constantly ou the
increase. The trade supplied on the
siost reasonable term. For sale by
Fred Trlchrnan, Commercial avenue,
near Sixth tr;t. iy3-2m.
E1. llnixtoi) has returned to his old
ttand In the Kelaer building, where he Is
MWr pri pared than ever to accommo
lnU) bin patrons and the public who
inny favor him with a call. He has gone
to cotirlderable expenmj la fitting up a
cduple of nicely furnished rooms, which
lie has provided with all the latest Im
provements and conveniences, lie em
ploys only first class workmen and those
who patronize him will have their wants
attended to in stylo and will receive
lilt RRAHOSA WHY
All ationlil Ilnjr lljflr Groeerl lrm
Relow we give r number ot reasons
why people should buy their groceries
Iroiu Ftttis & Dlrd :
1 ?t. Because their utocks Is the larfrest,
treshest and choicest in the city.
2nd. -Because they sell goodsof every
Kins, cheaper than any other house in the
3rd. Eornuie they delrvcr goods more
promptly ar.d tn better shape than any
other bouse in the city.
4th. Because they keep the most com
plete stock, and persons desiring to
purchase 'USercnt kinds ot goods ara cot
compelled to go elsewhere because
Messrs. 1'. & B. hnve not got the goods
These wo eonsider substantial reasons
why our readers should buy their goods
ot Pettis & Bird,
Corner 14th st. and Washington avenue.
Also just received a largo lot ot Yur
tiell Bro.'s Baking Powder, the best
goods made ; only requires one tcaspoon
tnl to the quart ot flour. Give it a trial
and you will use no other.
lWra. Pettis & Bird,
RlfcTht Sianr She Old "land.
Having withdrawn from tut dental Arm
of Canine & Wnltlock, I will still continue
the practleol dentistry at No. 18(1 Commer
cial ave. between 8ih and Oth streets, over
Uolilttiue ti Rosonwater's store third
door torlb of Eight street. I will be pleas
ed to see all my old friends tod paUoni,
und attend punctually to their wants in
the wsj ot dentistry. Very Res'py.
K. W. WntTLOCK, D. D. S.
lm i:itl Com'l ave-3 doors north of 8th st
Children cry tor Pitcher's Castoria
It is as pleasant to tako as honey, it
contains no morphine or other deleter-
lovs Ingredient, and la sure to expel
worms, cure wind collo, regulate the
bowels and stomach, aud overcomo Irri
tation caused by rash or cutting teeth,
Mothers can rest, and chlldrou enjoy
health, who use Castoria. It Is harm
less, It la certainly speedy, and It Ii
A., i ' i "J- j y.'l L.l- '. .' .
TUESDAY, February 11 1878.
Wauted, a girl to do aecond work.
A pply nt (lie Bt iirtiv otfi-e.
The city council w ill pint In regular
Try Davld-nn1 wiisniug ym pound.
-County ComruHslom-rs tSanunous
and Brown, and Judge Man:iiildn, ot
ThelK'S, are In the city.
Shell oypter Junt received at Ihc,
' rystal siiloon. IIsmkv Wtrarii.
Mi re was a business meeting of the
1 mipi raiice Iteform Club last night, at
which a large .number of claims were
Try Davidson's washing compound.
2 S 1-w
.Mr. fVph Gregg, ol Warvaw, 111U
m. is who Is fconuccted with the Keokuk
northern lino of packets. Is in the city
vinltlng his aunt, Mrs. Capt. Kobert K.
Try David'jon'a washing compound.
Mr. W m. Luttrell, a wealthy farmer
who has been a reaidcuf ot this county
for eighteen years, left this city yestr r
day for Arkan-a-, where he has bought
a large tarm.
Try Davidron's wm-hiin com pound.
Ktv. ilr. VVallar, lormer pastor of
ths M. E. Church here, arrived in the
city !nt n!jri?. and will assist Rv. .Mr.
.Morrison in eoinliictiti tlx revival now
Shell oysters uki received at the
'rystal saloon. Uahhv Wai arn.
Ths? county commissioners met In
special session yesttrday for the pur
pose ot receiving from the county clerk.
and turning over the tax books to Col
lector Saup, The book are not quite
ady, however, and the board will nrob-
ibly be in session several days.
For Batter, Fugs, Apples, etc., caII at
No. 84 Ohio levee.
t. H. LiiOHroN
The work of tearing np the crossing
on the Tenth street pump house was
commenced yesterday. The underpin
nlng will be replaced and s new top put
down. The repairs In contemplation are
much needed, and when flnUhed will
again open up Tenth street to the public.
totebetween Eight and Thir
teeuth street, a small pearl-handle knife,
two blades, one broken. The Under will
bo rewarded by leaving t: at JJcllktik
A committee ol ladles ot the St.
Joseph's Catholic church will to-day
visit our buslneis men and citizens gen
erally to sell ticket to their tair and
festival to be held on the evenings of the
Iltb, 20th and 21 it. Buy one. -Oyster
soup lunch at Harry W alker's
Crystal saloon every evening at 9
nas the Ctilro Bi'LI.etis drowned
Itsclt In the swamp inlront of its olHc3 ?
It hasn t been swn in radueah for sev-
eraljdays. Padueak Sun,
Have we committed suicide by drown
ing r We guess not. Wo, like the old
man in the old story, have resolved not
to go into water until we have learned
Damaged meal for sale at Cross &
Co.'s. Cheap. No. 61 Ohio levee. 2-(i-3t
Jailor Mahonnty aud his men were
yesterday at work tearing up the celling
ol the city pump, at the corner of
Tenth street and Ohio levco, which was
caving In. New planks have already
been hauled on the site, and beforo
many days Tenth street will again be as
busy a street as any in the city.
Sboll oj'Bters Just received at the
Crystal saloon, Harry Waikkr.
"Keform'' is the heading of a sign
which now appears on Mr. Chas. Schone.
myer'i building, where formerly could
have been seen the picture of a beer
king. Mr. Schoncmycr will herealter
sell only tobacco, cigar?, sweet cider,
lemonade, etc., and lias arranged his
place in a neat and comfortable style, and
means what his sign says, namely, "Re
For need potatoes, ohoioo ar
plea, butter, eggs, etc, go to Q.
a. Jackson at co.'a, No. 64, Ohio
Levee, 28-1 m
Prot. J. 8. Sanders has lust comDlet-
ed a most excellent likeness ot Capt. W.
P. Ilalliday.and la now engaged In paint
ing the likeness of Mr. Henry Ualliduy,
which promises Indeed to be a master
piece. YYc have never seen two paintings
which were more truo to lila than arc
theso two. Prof. Panders has proven
hlmsnlr, since In our city In all his
undertakings an artist of rare ability.
and we are glad to see that his ability is
being appreciated by our citizens.
Don't forget the free oyster soup at
9 o'clock this evening at Harry Walker's,
corner Sixth street and Commercial aves
Red chimneys, like red ribbons.
seem lately to have become favorites In
our city. The chimneys of all the mills
nave been painted red, ana the latest ad
ditlon la the chimney of the distillery ot
Messrs. Morlock & Bcbutx, which, an
like the red ribbon, we believe, docs not
Query: "Why will men smoke com
mon tobacco, when they can buy Mar
burg Bros. Seal of North Carolina' at
t he lame price?"
Resolutions of Respect to the
Momory of tbo Late John W.
Ball or Mocnd City 1.ow,k,
WO. 200 i. u. v. t .
Mot.ND City, Ilib., Feb. 3, U78.
Er-iTonBrjiLETix. At a regular mcct
og of Mound City Lodge No. 2J0, 1. 0.
0. F., on this tho 3d day of February,
A. D. 1878, the following preamble and
resolution ot aspect to the memory of
our deceased brother, John W. Carter,
late acting warden ot the lodge, were
passed and ordered to bo spread of record
upon the journal ot thelodgo.
I'KEAMBLB AND RESOLUTIONS,
Witt keah, On the 25th day of January
I ist, the iito ot our much esteemed and
dearly beloved brother, John W. Carter,
was most loulJy and ruthlessly taken iu
a manner wholly unknown and myste
rious to s And whereas, by means
thereof we, the members of Mound City
Lodge No. 200, ot Mound City, Ills.,
have tMicn suddenly deprived of the
pleasure and benefit ot his counsel and
tho coiiipniiloiHlii) of our dearly be
loved brother, his two surviving Iniant
children of a kind parent, and the com
inunlty l:i which he lived of a good
Thereon, be it rtolvttl. That by his
sudden and untimely decease, we are
forcibly reminded that "In the midst of
lite we are In death," and as brothers,
surviving, we will ever cherish his re
membrane? with kindness and brotherly
B it further reiolved. That, as to his
two surviving infant children we will
ever remember and guard them, as is
the duty ot Ml good Odd Fellows.
Bt it further retolved, That this lodge
go Into mourning lor our dearly beloved
brother ; that the warden's chair, which
office he then filled, be draped with
mourning, and that each member ot this
lodge wear the usual badges of mourn
inn as prescribed by the reputations of
our order for tho period ol thirty days.
xf f lurther resolved, That a copy or
the proceedings of this lodge, so far as
the same relates to the death of onr desrly
beloved and deceased brother, J.hn W.
Carter, together with these resolutions,
be placed In the hands ot the guardian ot
his two infant heirs, to be delivered to
the custody of the oldest on bis becominsr
ot sere, the same to bo properly signed
by the Noble Grand of this Lodge and
attested bv the Recording Secretary and
thp seal of the lodge.
Bt xtaho further rttohed. That these
proceedings, together with these resoln
Hons, he published in the Cairo Argue.
Journal and the Cairo Bulletin, of
CrEonua Armstrong. N.G.
Attest, Edward A. Hates, It. rec.
The Youko Folks' Party. The
vonne folks and children's Fancy Dress
I'arty, which will take place at the St.
Charles hotel on the 14 th of February,
1878. uromises to be the event ot the
season, as the committees In charge of
the aOair will ne every cnort to make it
enjoyable to every one who will attend.
A eeneral invitation I herebv ex
tended to all the parents and triends ol
the young folks and children holding in
yitations. Admission, single tickets. 60
cents; uouble tickets, $1.00, including
Tickets to be hud at the tollowlnir
places: St. Charles Howl. C. It. Wood
ward, B. F. Parker, P. O. Schuh, G. 0.
Hnra, I. Kormeyer, Pettis A Bird,
Personal. The following Items aro
trom the last Jonesboro Umtttt:
C. It. Woodward's " travelling man,"
Pat. C. Willoughby. was in the city this
week. He reports the business out-look
to be very encouraging, aud says the
people of Kentucky and Tennessee have
enjoyed an Immense tobacco crop the
past season, which puts a great deal of
money into circulation. Par, sajs, in re
gard to his business, that be can duplicate
any St. Louis or Chicago prices in the
Col. Itopert A. Lowry, of Ken"
tucky, has signified that he will deliver
a temperance lecture some time next
week, In Jonesboro. The time (which
will probably be Friday evening, Feb.
15), will be duly announced. He is said
to bo a most eloquent orator. Let
Cairo people, just now, arc luxuriat
Ing with lever and ague. Good town to
live in. I'aducab Sun.
The only peoplo we have seen lor the
last six months who were afflicted with
fever and nguo was ono man, and on In
quiry we tound him to be a Faducah
man. lie had not been hero over two
days when he was cured. "Let the truth
be told" Is our motto.
ALDEN, GRAVES & CO.
HILL OF FARE.
Early Rose Potatoes
No. 78, Ohio Lew.
Seasoned cordwood at C. W. Wheeler
& Co.'s Bt $3 BO per cord. Orders lett at
their office on Tenth street, between
Washington and Commercial avenues,
will receive prompt attention,
5 lbs choice Rio coffee, $1.
10 lbs A engar, $ I.
11 lbs best New Orleans sugar, $1.
And everything else at rock bottom
prices. Pettis & Bird
The Tidal Wave-It Ha SUrnrk Cairo
Just Received 6,000 of the celebrated
Tidal Wave, 6 cent cigars. Try them.
Trade supplied. Pettis & Bird.
Tb Merry Daya of Old.
In reading of the middle ages one Is
struck by the accounts given ot icata ot
strength, etc., of the lite actors ot those
times. The suits ot armor worn, would
certaluly indicate tho possession ot great
er physicial strength than Is developed
by men In these latter days. What
wrought the change? Men lived In the
merry days a more outsdoorllte than this
advanced civilization ot ours can afford.
There Is a greater consumption ot brain
matter, and that Increased demand oa
mental and physical power necessitates
the use of a pure vegetable, stimulant
tonlo, such at the Home Stomach Bit,
rmi. III., Monday EtiximO
February 11, 1S78.
The weather has turned elcar aud much
colder, wlia Indications that It will re
main so for a lew days to come at least.
The roads, however, are in' the worst
possible condition, and country corres
pondents ol our merchants complain of the
great difficulty tn the movement of pro
dncc. In consequence of the bud roads
receipts ot grain and flour are light, and
stocks on the market arc now smaller
than tor , somu time past.
The market generally Indicates a slight
improvement in grain, hay and flour,
and business since our lust report has
been more active. There Is a better
feeling among dealers In flour, and while
prices have not actually advanced they
are certainly firmer. This Is particular
ly true ot low and medium grades. Re
ceipts during the last tew days have
been light and under an improved de
mand, stocks havo been considerably
diminished. Receipts of corn are limited,
and the supply on the market is light.
There is a lair demand for white at
quotations. The demand for oats is
liberal, though prices aro unchanged and
low and weak. Receipts are light and tbo
supply limited. There is a good dentond
tor strictly choice hay at quotations. Re
eclpts are light and the supply on the
murket small. Common and law grades
bay is plenty, and the demand very light.
There Is a slightly Improved demaud for
meal, though prices are not changed.
The supply Is lair. Country meal is
plenty and In tair demand, Bran is in
limited supply aud higher. The demand
is good. Potatoes are In good supply
and quiet at quotations, A ;llmited sup
ply of choice apples would sell readily
at f 1(3; l 75, though a large stock is not
wanted. The market is overstocked with
all kinds of butter, though prices are not
changed. '.There is a fair demand tor
eggs, though prices are a shade lower.
Receipts aie liberal and the supply good.
Receipts of dresed meats are limited
and the supply very light. The demand
Is lair. Receipt of poultry are light and
iht.rc u I... i.. v,
...v.b o nine uu tjic iimiixrb. i i im;e
are not changed.
RATFS OF FREIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS AND
Dry bbl 25
Pork & Beet
Bank landings 6 cents per 100. lbs., and
10 cents per bbl. higher.
gtaf Our friends should bear In mind
that the prices here given are only tor
sales from first hands in round lots. In
filing orders and for broken lots it Is
necessary to charge an advance over
There is more activity in the market,
and while prices have not advanced,
thc-y are firmer on low and medium
grades. Choice grades arc in lair sup
ply aud unchanged. Receipts are light,
and stocks have redueed. Sales
noted were :
100 bbls. XX $
200 " Low Grade ,
1U0 " Choice Family
3O0 " Various Grades on
orders 4 500 40
100 ' Various Grades on
orders 4 00(5,0 00
375 " Various Grades on
orders 3 508 00
450 " Various Grades on
orders 4 25ftC 50
There is a fair demand for white corn
at prices quoted. Receipts are light and
supply limited. Sales reported were 1
car white, in bulk, 40c ; 2 cars white, in
bulk, 40c ; 3 ears mixed, in sacks, 44c ; 4
cars white, in sacks, 44c ; 2 cars mixed,
in sacks, 4!i.
The supply on the market has been
considerably reduced, and receipts bavo
(alien off. The demand is liberal, though
prices are low and weak. Sales reported
were 2 cars mixed, in bulk at 25c; 6 cars
mixed, In sacks, 30c; 3 cars mixed, in
bulk, 2GJc; 2 cars black seed oats, 28 c;
1 car white do. 27Jc; 3 cars mixed, in
sacks, 30c; 3 cars black seed oats, in bulk,
29o; 1 car white do., in bulk, 28c; 3 cars
mixed, in bulk. 21c.
There is a good demand for choice at
about $12. Receipts are light. Low
grade hay Is plenty and dull. Sales re
ported were 1 car gilt edge timothy at
$13 50; 1 car prime mixed, $10; 6 cars
low grade, $3 25; 3 cars do. $8 CO; 1 car
choice timothy, $12; 2 cars choice timo
thy, $12; 2 cars mixed, $11; 5 cars choice
Bran is In limited supply and higher.
The demand is active. Pales reported
were 400 sacks at $16 ; 200 sacks at $18.
There i a slightly better demand for
city meal at $2 25. The supply is liber
al. Sales reported were 200 bbls. city
at $225; 14 do at $2 25; 200 bbls.
country kiln dried at $2 ; 60 bbls, coun
try green at $190; 100 bbls. country
kiln dried at $2 15.
Receipts ot potatoes are fair and stock
good. The demand is only talrly active.
Prices are not changed from last quota
tions. Sales were 100 bbls. early rose,
$2 ; 50 bbls peachblows, $1 35 ; 100 bbls
do, $1 30 ; 50 bbls. early rose, $1 90.
There Is only a light supply of apples
In tho bands of dealers. The demand,
however, Is limited, and only for strictly
choice. Prices are higher. Sales noted
were 10 bbls. choice, $4 ; 10 bbls. do,
There la only a limited supply of
poultry on the market, and receipts are
light. The demand Is good. Sales were
3 coops chickens, $2 603 ; choice old
bens, $4 ; 2 coops mixed chickens, $2 60 ;
$ coops turkeys, $8 5010.
The market Is overstocked with all
kinds ot butter, though prloes Indicate
i a i ii n-tliiMieiafei n'laMr lint i'l i ai naiinii iiiin -"
no change. Bales reported fl boiei
roll at 1?&1V, 10 pkgs. HIidoSh loll, 10(4
14c, 0 pkgs. do. 14')10c; IB tube dairy
packed, S20ct 10 tubs northern packed,
lSOrjWc; 5 pkgs. etu thorn Illinois, 10($
Eggs are In fair demand at quotations
lor strictly lreah, and Mud ready Bale,
We note sales ot 5oO doaen at 10c; 200
dozen at lOjc; ft boxes at 10c; 200 down
Dressed meats aro scarce aud in god'l
demand. Itecelpts are light. I'rlcci
are steady at 3al5 tor bwt and lfi,IJ
Sales were 2,500 lbs dry salt shoulders
at 4(j ; ,1,400 lbs dry salt clear rib sides
at Cc ; 2,ChO lbs clear sides at Cc.
Sales wuro 10 tierces kettle rendered,
Cabbage is In tair supply and Jleht
demaud. Prices are not changed, how
ever. Sales were 1,000 heads at 12 !0i.
Sales of onions were 22 bbls. northern
at $2 25. The supply Is not large, while
the demand is fair.
ialcs wero 11 sacks dried apples,
peeled, 3o per lb.; 3 bags peanuts at
3$ c per pound,
Hles were 250 bbls. Ohio river at f 1 15.
Sales were 100 bbls. grits at 3 20.
SIGNAL SERVICE KEl'OHT.
JAMES M. WATSON,
Sergeant g.nial Bervicc, U. B. A
The Trout is the Shawneetown and
Wabah river packet, and is mak
ing It pay. This should not be, and
according to past custom all steamboat
men owning small boats Immediately
jump in and cut rates en her. " Com
petition," you know, "is the lite of
trade," and who cares 11 it does kill the
We hope the temperauce boy will not
get Impatient over that song they aie to
receive trom Will 8. Hayes. It U being
published in Boston, and as soon as It is
out Mr. nayes will lorwird It to the
On Saturday evening the Grand Tower
brought 350 bales of cottou for the east.
The Belle Memphis, Jno. K. Mauds,
Andy Baum and Golden City were deep
The James 1). Parker has quite a good
trip for Cincinnati.
The Polar Star took a barge contain
ing a car tor the Little- River and Ar
The Evansville packets broujrht lair
cargoes on Saturday and Sunday.
We got squarely lelt on tho Grand
Lake business. She changed her mind
and went down the river and helped the
Future City up. 'Her tow. and both
boats go to St. Louis.
The Robert Mitchell and James W.
Gall have very good cargoes for the
Congress has appropriated $10,000 for
the use ol the nag boat flHt. That's
The Fashion has a good trip for St.
The Colorado brought 100 bales cotton,
009 sacks seed for tho east, and has a
light trip for St. Louis.
Tbo A. C. Donally aud Chan. Morgan
lelt New Orleans together on .Saturday
Tbo Sto. Genevieve brought 250 bales
ot cotton tor reshipment east and lias a
moderate trip for St. Louis.
The Jim Fisk tor Paducau, and City
of Chester for Memphis, are due today,
The Gold. Dust will be here to-raorrow.
Vital weakness or depression: a weak
exhausted feeling, no energy or courage;
the result ot mental over-work, Indis
cretions or excesses, or seme drain on the
system, is always cured by Humphrey's
Homeopathia Specific No. 38. It tones
up and Invigorates the system, Imparts
strength and energy stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Boen used
twenty years witn perfect success by
thousands. Sold by dealers. Price $1
per single vial, or $5 per package of five
vials and $2 vial of powder. Sent by
mall on receipt ot price. Address
Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine
Company. 109 Fulton street K. Y.
Overtaeklng tho Enorviea.
It Is not advisable for any of us to over
task our energies, corporeal or mental,
but In the eager pnrsuit ot wealth or
fame or knowledge, how many transgress
this salutary rule, It must be a matter
of great importance to all who do so to
know how they ca3 regain the vigor so
recklessly expended. Tho remedy Is
neither costly or difficult to obtain. Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters Is procurable !n
every city, town and settlement in
America, and It compensates tor a drain
of bodily or mental energy more effec
tually than any Invigorant ever pre
scribed or advertised. Laboring men,
athletes, students, journalists, lawyers,
clergymen, physicians, all bear testimony
to Its wondrously renovating powers,
It Increases the capabilities for under
going fatigue, and counteracts the '.n
Jurlous effects upon the system of ex
poaure, sedentary bablts, unhealthy or
wearying avocations, or an Insalubrious
climate, and Is a prime alterative, dU
nrstle and blood depurent, 1-23 tf.
Extraordinary Inducements to Purchase
unm saner oartsitxtt4ai Wola
i?on rraia araaaM? mh i htt dai
Willi offer to tli Public ium unprecedented Barfaiaa la
The Finest aortment of Ladies' Cloaks and Furs la the City.
Unequalled Attractions Silk Hsnderchlets, Collars, Cuffs and Ties m lanes variety
A Full and Complete Line ot Gents' Furnishing Goods-sold at astonishingly low prt
Zephyrs, Wool and Faney articles ot sll shades and colors.
Ladle riboe actually at Cost.
Carpets and OU Cloths in endless variety, quality and pattern. ,
We take pleasure in announcing to our patrons and the public grnerally that
are now flcrlni? sncclal Inducement tn iImaa whn nnmha. ni,Mn k .
aayn. A thouftitml new and attractive articles of vtrtu are now on exhibition aT
aa.V ailJE, VUrjC. IMlrfl T A til aVllJI I lit F 1 1 JT
Corner 18th Street & Oom'rl Avo.VtJ
I Have Opened an
Ana Toiiot Arucloo,
To Whloh I Call the Attention of the) Publio.
.Wl. I ,.-U r..l.- H. . . .! m . ,
" iuuu wm im-cui ic tuiiiiuuuiujj 01 piijsuians prescriptions a sp
Announcement Extraordinary !
HON. (1E0. li. WENDLING.
Will deliver his great lecture,
"A KfclLY TO IiUEKOI.I. 1HON A
At the Atheneuin, Tuesday ve.. Feb. 19.
As a tasclnatlog orator, logical mason
er, an accomplished scholar and a iKr. J
less aud invincible assailant, Wcudling ;
is, at the bar and Iu politics, the peer of
Hon. George R. Wendling delivered
bis great lecture in reply to Ingersoll,
at Library nail, In the city ot St, Louis,
January 15th, 1873, to an audience ol
over 2,000 ot the most cultured and In
elligent people ot that city, and hun
dreds stood in the aisles during its de
livery, not a person, to our knowledge,
leaving the ball. The result was a com
plete success, culminating In a perfect
ovation. He was Immediately offered
$500.00 to repeat the same lecture iu that
city, which he did, with similar results.
A third invitation has already followed
this, and he has since received invitations
from such cities as Mt. Vernon, Bloom
ineton, III., Lafayette, Indianapolis. Ind.,
Chicago, Milwaukee, New York, Wash
ington, D. C, etc.
Mr. Wendling being au eminent law
yer, a ripe scholar, a profound thinker
and logician, he is especially fitted to
answer Col. Ingersoll In bis assaults upon
Have Ton. Tried II.
We rcter to that most remarkable com
pound. Dr. Morris' Syrup of Tar, Wild
Cherry and Uorehound, for coughs,
colds, blood spitting, weak lungs, croup,
whooping cough, asthma, bronchitis,
and nil diseases of the lungs and throat.
Trobably no similar preparation ever be
fore so quickly tound its way into public
lavor as this. Its sale in our community
Is simply enormous. Those who have
been disappointed In other socalled
remedies, arc specially invited to try
this. Be sure to get the genuine Dr.
Morris' Syrup of 'J ar. Wild Cherry and
Uorehound. There are imitations In (he
market. Look out for them. Trial
size, 10 cents. Regular sizes, 50 cents
and one dollar.
SOLD BY BARCLAY BROS.
Very pleasant, and always ellective Is
Prof. Parker's Pleasant Worm Syrup,
and no physic required. Ask us. 2-llra
1 he edition of 1878 ot tho sterling Medi
cal Annual, known as Uostettcr.i Alma
nac, Is now ready, and may be btained
free of cost, of druggists and general
country dealers In all parts ot the United
States and British America, and Indeed
in every civilized portion of the Western
Hemisphere. It combines, with the
soundest practical advice tor the preser
vation an I restoration ot health, a large
amount ot interesting and amusing light
reading, and the calendar, astronomical
items, etc., are prepared with great care,
and will be tound entirely accurate, The
issue of ilostetter's Almanac for 1878, in
the English, German, French, Welsh,
Norwegien, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian
and Spanish languages, will In all proba-
Dimity De tne largest edition or a medical
work ever publlhed In any country. Tho
proprietors, Messrs. Hostetter & Smith,
Pittsburg, Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp will forward a copy by mall to
any pet son who cannot procure one In
Happianeor Mirr, thai It lit
Dr. W. E. Hoyt ot 35 years successful
practice guaiantees speedy and pel man
ent aura ot all Chronic. Scrofulous, Pri
vate, Synbiletic and female Diseases.
Hpermaterrhoea, or sell-abuse, at his
Medical Institute, Agan & Cheney Block.
opposite the City Hall Park, Syracuse
tf. Y. Medicine sent to all parts ol the
U. 8. and Canada. Don't be deceived bv
advertising quicks who throng our large
cities, but consult Dr. Hoyt or send for
circular treating ou his specialities to his
V. U. UOX Ko.
Ladiks My great liquid French
remedy, Amie 1H Femme, or Female
Friend, Is unfailing In the cure of all
K sinful and dangerous diseases ot your
x. It moderates all excesses, anil
brings on the monthly period with regu
larity. In all nervous and spinal' afleo-
tiona, pains in tbe back or limbs, heavi
ness, tatlgue on slight exertion, palpita
tion ot the heart, lowncss of spirit, hy
sterics, sick headache, whltoa, and all
painful diseases occasioned by a disorder
ed system It effects a cure when all other
means tall. Price $3.00 per bottle, sent
by mall. Dr. W. E. ifoyt, Box 376,
Syracuse, N. Y.
Harry Walker sets a free oyster lunch
every evening, "Don't you forget It,"
Entire New Stock of
v. AS. U'UABA.
Grand Masauerade Ball I
AS Turner Hall, Fcbrmry Hi, m
A BEAUTIFUL TABLEAU,
"Tbo Indian War Dance," given by th
puiiim ui me uymnastio scnoel, and va
nous omer entertainments. -
Price of Tickets. Fifty cents
Tickets Sold hv fh nnntmltroa nt a.
range merits, and also at the following!
M'ucea: a, jacKcrs; tne uty Brewery
ii. Duucr s;n.. IK'OjaCKCT'S; I'M, fiClHlD
Committee ol arrangements :
Louis ('. LlEBBkar,
2 5 td.
A tioou t neneo.
I will pay a moderate salary and give
steady employment to the right party to
sell my coal in Cairo. Bond will be re
quired. Correspondence solicited.
Address Jamks A. Vull,
2-8-lw. Harrlaburg, Ills.
Notke ia herehv ffivan ih t t t
the following namod places, at the timea
ivn .'.Km, iur hue purpuae 01 ouiieaiiog
the revenue ot Alexander county, III., tor
ibe year A I 1877, to-wlt:
At the store houhe ot K. Culley A Co., la
Clear Creek precinct,oaMouday, February
'i'.ih A lt liirn '
At the storo house of Ji. A. KJinuudion,
ib wear ireeic precinct, on Tueady, Feb
nmrr ''fill, A n urn
At the store houxe of B. F. Browa
oro., in ineDfs precinct, on Vt edrjeiday,
FaKi-iimi-v ;?ih A n la"u
Atlhe (tore'house'of A. H. Ireland, in J
re precmci, go inurausr, reoruary
'Slh A It 1 rf ' '
At the store house of F. D.'Atherton, ,
co., in woose Inlnnfl ptecinct, on rriday,
OlMIUU IB,, Ai 1., IdlQ.
Af tha raulilitn.... .il V I lunM..!. .1. In Iksta
Tooth preuinet, on Saturday. March 2nd,
A. D., 1878.
At the store houte of W. R. Hooppaw, In
Hodije'a Park. Cnlty preoinct, on Monday,
Mar.-h Alii A II. 1711
At the Htere honaw of G. W. Short, tn
sanuuKuy, unity precinct' on Tuesday,
Mar,.h Ml, A ri lira "
... , ., ling,
At th btnr hAllaanf Cum 1I.,n.. Ik
menu, uazivwoou precinct, on Yveanee
rK IKH HA IIP.
CliArlrT i.n.1 CnlU.ln.
lairo, ills., r en, 4tn, 1873, X-7 4-W
TUft Uratllncla of asi Invalid.
Larens, C. U., S. C, Sept. 24, 1873
Dear Sir : My wife has been using
dally your bitters, and I am glad to say
she has been greatly benefited. She la
now Btronger and in better general health
than she has been lor years, and 1 feel
certain that her present good health la
the result ot using a tew bottles of the
Home Bitters. Rho Joins me lit thanking
you for your kindness. My wife has Im
proved so much that she does not need
the bitters now, but thinks she will send
tor s tew bottles when cold weather seta
In, 1 commenced this letter at the re
quest of a Iriend greatly suflerlnjr troas
bronchial adectlon, which has brought os
general weakness. He asked me to or.
der tor him a half dozen bottles. Send
them to Rev. W. F. Pearson, Donalds.'
Vllle. S.C. Mrs. MaV. a lad ol onr lawn
says tho bottle 1 gave her did her a great
deal ot good, and that she would order
more soon. 1 am, as ever, your friend,
To the Dresldent ot tha Homo Blttera ;
VVWII.IIJ, ui.. ajuuin, ill VI. . w .
Can B Batiful-
lyDyed or B
paired at Tiif
C, O. D
S. 80, Eight ersnV
S ute and Pntvlaae te ea
Bleat. Adetraae, DAM
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