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Capcino Porous Plaster!
dm i lid ordinary pur
A Soothing, healing,
pain klllingugcutiu ouu.
Thfl ninnurncliiri'i-M received tin; highest and only
aw aril given to Porous Plasters at tliu Ct'iitrniiliil.
Wn warrant ItiMiMon'H ( apclne Plaster tci lie siipu.
t i -r Id all oilier 1'ornnii Pla..ler and to ull liniment..
ASK THOSFWIIO KNOW
Auk any physician If flctiann'a Capclno I'oroun
Plaslur lii mil the hunt plaster In lliu wurlil. This
r'lnsrkiiblii arllr.lo was Invented to overcount tliu
t"r.it objection always fnuiiil Hi lliu ordinary porous
piaster ul alow action III bringing rullif.
i, a mi; hack.
for lame mil weak hack, rhi-innat Ihoi . I ron I1-h of
th" spine, nnd kidneys, It In a truly wonderful rcmo
ily. pnystcians everywhere recoguUi! Its greal su
pirlnrliy tw other porou. plasters and to all llnl
11. "nl. II rcilcvi'S piilu al nuc nnd cure, quicker
lliau any knuwu plasti r. liniment or compound.
f1 TTrIMnV TIlEltEareilungerousand
JiV U 1 J Jl , worthless inttmtioiiM of
Itnaon'a t'wii. ii, J'i.-t.-,t.T In the market. The gen
uluu have ill'! wnnl "Capclm." rut ihroUL'li curb
piaster. Sold liy all druiiirlsla, Price. cents.
mik ori:at English remedy
(illAY'S SI'KI IKIC MF.DIUNK,
In specially recom
mended n on tin
OiDing cure for
potency, and all
diseases that fid
low an a sequence
on self almsv; an
I.ikh of Mi'iniiry.
I nlvorsal 1. a a s i f., iTnVi--
tudc. I'aln In the'"'" uug.
liu'k. Dilnnesa of tin) Vision, l'rt'tiinttirc Old Axe,
and many other diseases that li'ad to Insanity. Con
sumption and a Premature Orave, all of which a a
rule aru first caused hy deviating from tin-path of
nature and over Indulgence. The Specific Medicine
la I ho result .of a life slndy and many year, of ex
perience In treatlH" these ajx-rial discasi
Full particulars la our pamphlets, whld dc
lre lo send free hv mall to ever, one.
The Specllc. Medicine la .old by all druggists at
Jl per package, or all package. fur'i. nr will he
fill by mail ou receipt of tli" ninner Im ldrriiiuij
TJIK (iltAY MEDU'lNK CO..
No. 10 Mechanic! Work, I'tiuiit Mini.
fftiuld In Cairo. III., by Paul li. Scniii, and
by DrtitfijUta ererywlmrf .
rjIJE ONLY 25 CENT
AGUE I t'EA IEDY
IS THK WOULD,
A safe and reliable substi
tute lor Quinine. The jrreat
tasteless medicine for all di
seases caused by Malarial
Poisoning, being a preveita
tive as well as a certain reme
Dumb Ague, Ague Cake, l!e
mittent. Jutermittent Fevers,
Kidney Complaint, Hyspeioia
and General Debility ;'tbe best
general tonic for debilitated
systems. Price i'o cents ber
!hx. Family boxes $1.00. Sold
by Druggists. Mailed on re
ceipt of price.
DI NAH DICK & to . V. W.mi.tkk Smrtr. N
YmiK. Ten cent i ipluuaiory hook mailed free ou
Mid by HAhVI.AV DUOS., I'Al'L O. SClit'II.
linii!(;i-t. Cairo 111.
EMOUKST'S MONTH f,Y
A L'rsii.l ruinliliialiun of the elllrrtniiiili''. 1 ti -
il k ful and the heaullfiil. with Hue art -iif ruv
'ir and oil pli turea In nu ll No. I'rli'e itv. poul
fin', Varly f 1. Mh au uiieiiiali'd preniiuni. li
-pleiiilid nil plclurea. Um k of Ar- and The I.nti'a
lirnle, l.'ii.'l luihta. Iiiniiiiti'd on i Htivn-a : trun.ir
Ulioll Sue. extra. Send pnaliil earil for full pnitini
lura. Adilreaa. W. JKSNINliS KMoKEST. 17
Ki-t Mth M., N Y. Do not lull lo aee the rpKuilld
.1 iinuary No,
Dcalor in Ji-t'sh AIiat.
HctwiH'ii "W'nsliiiiKton ninl Com"
iiuM'iiit Av., tuUiltiiii H.-iiiiiyH.
L'KHl'S for wile the let lleef, Pork. Million. Vi'iil,
, iimb, Sauani;e, Ike, and la prepared toaurw
fmilllea In an nreeptuhlu iiiuimer.
tiljUCKIW AM) COMHISMoX MKKCIIANTS.
sjTKATTO.N ct DIM),
57 OHIO LEVIX
AO EMS AMEUICAX TOWDERCOMW
W. Stiuttos. Cairo. T. f mu. MlMotirt.
PAINTS, OIIA ViklL PAI'KK, KTC.
I), F. BLAKE,
Pa i ii ts, 0i 1 s, Va rn isl ies Brushes
Window Glaas, Window Shades, Ktc.
A':wuya on hand th colohraUtd n-LViKATino
Brom' r.nllilinjr, Cim. I Tinrn Til
uierrlttl Avt., I vail Vj lilt
rua i v
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Ortlee; llulk'tlii llilllillni;, WiiililiiKlnit Avfiiito
H it Ijmc v I J t i o il lliileu:
Daily (delivered by rarrlura) per week I!"
Hy mull (In advance), uno year $in.il
Mx inoiiiha .'..on
Tliriiti iiioullia a.W
Onu inonlti MM
Ily mall fin advance), uiie jenr Ji.K)
hlx miiuiha UN)
Three nioullia ri
Tu cluha of ten and over (per copy) I..'i0
J'uatHk'i.' lu ull iuua ireiitlil.
A il v r 1 1 m I ii t It a ton:
Ktrat Inaerllon. per Kquaru JI.(K)
iliaeiiieiit liiaertlolia, firr ailliire M
For one. week, pit aiii.ire :).U
For two weeka. per aiiiure 4..'i
or three week, per aiiinre il i.i
"or one month, per muare ;.ii
Eucli additiuiiul a'pium 4KJ
Flrt Inaerllon. per aiiiiin
Kliiht llnea of aolld nonpurell e onatllnte a aiiunri'
Ulaplayeil adverllaeiueiila will be charji il aieurd
inn to the, tmi c 01 i iipled. ut uhove ruie-ihere bo-
111 twelve linen of kill
' twelve llliea of miIiiI
! type lo the lin h.
1 o n iriilur advertU
o n iriilur advertUera we otter auiierlor Indiiro-
iienla. botli aa to rutea of charge and umiiuer of
diaiilaylnn llielr favora.
I.oeal nollrea twenty cent per linn for firat Inaef.
dun; ten centa per llnu for eueh aubbaeuueut Inner
'ion. Commiinlriilliuia upon auhJwU of ifenerul Intereat
10 the piibllr areaiHll llniea Hi ccplahlo. Itejeeled
aiainiM rlpl will not he relumed.
I.elli'ra mid i'niniiiiin!i iillona alionld he addrenaed
' alru lliilletin, Cairo. lillnola."
John I.. Kbnih ....
A I li e
Cona Millar ,
A C. Donmilly . .. .
T. T. Illllnian
New Orh ana
A. C. Donually . . . .
T. T. Illllinan
, ... Ilh Lilian.
V It kaburi,'.
T. T. liillmai
Jolin A. Heildder.,
Cllv of Vh kaburjj
C V. Andiraiiu.
The DeSmet in dun from St. Louis.
The Sherlock pasncil up nlmut on. o'clnck
Ice ODminciiceil running in tlic Miss'w
sijipi here yc-tiTiIuy.
The City of Yickslnirg will he in port
tD-'lay, ami will fjo to the bank.
The Huvcn ami biiriiej nrnl C. B. Church,
left New Orleitni on Tuemluy.
Tlie City of llcleim anil GuMing Star ure
due up.to-innrrow. The llelcnu will lay
The Fannie Tatum was still arouinl at
Kaka.skia, lat night, it" the latist rcp.'irts
The Hickory ami to.v arrive'l fmin ihc
Tennessee river duriiiL,' the nturnini,' and
went to the Icink.
The Ilillman is now a Cairo and Hick
man packet, extending her trips tu New
Madrid oil Saturday only.
The "Orphan 15' y'' and A. ('. Donually
arrived ah mt nine o'clock yesterday luom
iii' with a li trip of freisfht nnd people.
The Cciiti'iinial had not put fn her ap
pearance at dark, and the suppiMtiou was
that !ho was still aground at Crystnl City.
Th .luini L. Illiodes lias a ifood trip of
freight for St. Louis, hut will not attempt to
go tliruiili. having coac'tuK-d to lay uji
The contract for all the freight husiness
of the Anchor Line, hcretotoiv held by the
Cairo Slmrt Line, has been handed down to
the Cairo and Vincennes road.
The Con?.. Millar arrived early in the
inornii)'; deeply laden, she has a cabin full
of people, She remained till about ten
o'clock, and took her departure.
A dispatch from headquarters! at St.
Louis, reported the Scudder Mill aground
at H it Island at four o'clock last eveuiii!.',
but with good prospects of yetting atloat
ilurin;.' the niht.
The C. V. Anderson is due from Nash
ville to-day, and will return to that pott
to-morrow. She is an excellent boat, well
officered, and transacts all buine.s entrust
ed to her promptly.
The James V. lalT left Cincinnati yes
terday on her jjrund holiday excursion trip
to Memphis. Good music, (huichie; nnd
fcastini: is to be the order of thintis, and a
merry time is in store for the rtiests.
George Haker and Lem Carter, clerks of
the Gclievjeve, wvut to St. Louis by the
Illinois Central train yesterday afternoon.
The balance of the crew of this boat went
home over the Narrow Guage, yesterday
The bacon li'ht steumer Alice, having
iny completed her task of looking after
things along the shore between Cairo and
New Orleans, caino into port ycstenlny
morning and went to the bank, The
following is a list of tho work completed
December Kith, 187t): Hermit ago moved
down 400 yunlH to foot of fluid; new light
at Consort Point; moved Ashley Field down
!)00 yards to foot ot field; moved Green'H
Btorn light down 300 yards, near store; new
light, Hutching landing; new light, St.
Catherine's Hend; New light, Kemp's Point
Grand Gulf towlmud moved to head of tow
head; new light, llico Landing; moved
Delta light down 400 yards; Paw Paw
Island discontinued; new light below For
est Home; Millik ui's Uend Light moved
down 400 yards to the stores; light on Stump
Point below Omega, moved up !100 yds; new
light below Hiiisley'ii store; Islund 0."i dis
continued for want of u keeper; new light
under Shiplaad Point; Homochilta discon
tinued; new light, Cottonwood Landing;
light at. Prentiss discontinued; new light
at Napoleon ; new light at Dismal Point.
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER
. , . i
.j.'v .u ill ni.non j i j.i.,
l lll'l III VlVk'VU TTl'Vv'
Oenth flue slippers nt
O. Haytiioux & Cos.
Mmmm' Dumohkmtx relialde paper pat
terns, nil the new styles ut Gholson's.
Don't forget to call and see Mrs. S. 'Wil
line of Jewelry for the Hol-
Now is the time to get your Overcoats
nnd Winter Suits. , A. M.uix,
fit Ohio Levee,
is the best nnd cheapest place lo gu to get
them. Tiy him and he convinced.
Co.w,! Coal. F. M. Ward has on hand
the best quality of coal for sale (it the mar
ket price. Very low. He will soon have
a large stock of wood of all kinds. He is
well known. to every Imdy and we trust
lie will receive- his full share of pa
tronage. Wk have the largest stock of rubber
overshoes in the city,
O. Havtiioiin & Co.
Amukosk I'vatt has not been unmind
ful of the approach of the .holidays, and
in order to tupply some of the demands
of the occasion, he has laid in a very at
tractive stock of photographic ullniius, auto
graphic albums, embossed pictures, picture
books, and numerous other articles that will
form a part of the supply that will be pro
vided for nearly every house in the city.
The new cloth top button and side lace
ladies shoes. Latest thing out, at W. E.
Casiimkkks and Alpacas very cheap at
O. HlIYTllOIi.N &i Co's
Foil the finest imported Wines, go to
N Stockkletii & I5KOSS.
for good well made, well trimmed,' well
sewed, fashionable cut and neat fitting
Clothing is at
01 Ohio Levee.
This house has established the reputation of
selling the dest goods for .the money, of
any house in the city. Every garment
marked in i-i.ain fiotrkr.
, EUROPEAN HOTEL,
I5y Mrs. Harry Walker, Commercial ave
nue, corner Sixth street.
DAY HOARD fl.50 PER WEEK.
In connection .with the Hotel is a first
class bar and billiard room on opposite side
of the street; also wholesale and retail
oyster depot. Fresh oysters received daily
ami sold nt the lowest market rates. Or
ders from home or abroad will receive
prompt attention. Go and see stock and
prices before purchasing elsewhere.
OoNsi MiTinx CntED. An old physician,
retired from practice, having had placed in
his hands by an East India missionary the
formula of a simple vegetable remedy, for
tho speedy and permanent cure for con
sumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma, and
all throat and lung affections, also a positive
and radical cure for nervous debility and all
nervous complaints, after having tested its
wonderful curative powers in thousands of
cases, has felt it his duty to make it known
to liis suffering fellows. Actuated by this
motive, and a desire to relievo human suf
fering, I will send, free of charge, to all
who desire it, this recipe, with full direc
tions for preparing and using, in German,
French, or English. Sent by mail by ad
dressing with stamp, naming this paper.
W. W. Sheiar, 141) Powers' Iilock, Roches
ter, New York.
It is Wohtii a Tuial. "I was troubled
for many years with Kidney Complaint,
Gravel, Ac; my blood became thin; I was
dull and inactive; could hardly crawl about
and was an old worn out mini all over, and
could gl nothing to help me, until I got
Hop Hitters, and now I am a boy again. My
blood and kidneys are all right, and I am
as iietiv.' as a man of DO, although I am 7'.',
anil I have no doubt it will do as well for
others of my nge. It is worth atrial.
(Jcuuy. Why will nun smoke common
tobacco when they cim buy Marburg Iho's
"Seal of North Carolina'' at the same price?
The i'l'ire of Corn.
From tin. ilurlliiKlun llaw keye.
''No," the honest fanner remarked, in
tones of the deepest dejection, ''the big crops
don't do us a bit of good. What's the use?
Com only thirty cents. Everybody and
everything's dead set ugin the farmer. Only
thirty cents for corn ! Why, by gum, it
won't pay our taxes, let alone buy us clothes.
It won't buy us enough salt to' put up a
barrel of pork. Corn only tnirty cents!
Hy jocks, it's a livm', cold-hloodcd swindle
on ilie farmer, that's what it is. It ain't
worth raisin' corn for such a price ns that.
It's a mean, low robbery." Within the
next ten days that man had sold so much
more of his corn than he had intended, that
ho found ho had to buy corn to feed through
the winter with. The price nearly kmx'ked
him down. "What !!!" he veiled, "tiiiuty
cents Foil cohnI Land alive thiuty
cents I What are you givin' us? Why I
don't wantt o buy your farm, I only want
some corn! Thirty cents for corn! Why,
I helievo there's nobody left in this world
but a set of grnspin', blood siiekiu' old
misers. Why, pood land, you don't want to
be able to buy a national' bank with one
corn crop I Thirty cents for corn! Well,
I'll let my cattle an' horses run on corn
stalks all winter before I'll pay nny such
an unheard of outrageous price for corn as
that. Why, the country's flooded with corn,
nnd thirty rents a bushel Is a blamed rob
bery, an' I don't seo how nny man, lookih'
nt the crop we've had, can have the face to
ask such u price.''
Starting u Train In (icnimnv.
'Great ceremonies arc ncccssa.y." savs
the Railroad News, "to get a tram off in
Germany. When all is ready, a bell rings.
Then another bell rings. Then the engine
whistles, or rather toot-toots-toots gently.
Then theconductur tells the station-master
that all is ready. Then tho' station-master
looks placidly around and says, 'So J' Then
the conductor shouts 'Fcrtigf interrogative
ly. Then the station-master replis 'Fcrtig!'
positively. Then the conductor blows a
horn, the engine whistles; tho bell rings;
the other bell rings; the station-master nny
So.'' the passengers swear in various
tongues -and the train starts. That is. un
less there is a belated fat man in which
case they do it all over again."
(From the Detroit Free I'nit.)
While a nurse-girl was yesterday draw
ing a habi! along Alfred street she was np
proaclicd by a queer looking old chap,
whose inoiith was working as if he wanted
to bite the Homebodv. lie halted tho cab,
chuckled to the child, and finally said to
the nurse: ' ,
"I used to be just such a little angel my
self. Dear me, but how I want to kiss
"Hut you can't," replied the girl.
"I didn't expect tu for nothing.of course,"
ho continued, feeling in his pocket. "Here
is 2 cents, young miss. I used to have to
pay half a dollar for kissing 'cm, but babies
are down now, 'long with every thing else."
She looked around, took the money, told
him to wipe ofMiis month, and he give the
child a smack which sounded like a dish
pan starting for down cellar. An old lady
came around the corner as he straightened
up, and in response to the sharp look she
gave him tho old man explained: "Heen
kissing the baby sweet honey nicer 'n
ice-cream paid two shillings."
"What!" she demanded.
He again explained. "Well, you must
have lots of money, or else you're a lunatic !"
she growled. "Pay two shilling to kiss a
little young 'tin like that when you might
havd kissed my whole family and the dog to
boot for 15 cents. No wonder you have to
wear old clothes!"
The Blow ut. Autocracy.
(From the S. O. Timet.)
One of the most profound problems af
the age is the forecasting of the result of
the sweeping blow struck at autocracy
throughout the civilizied world. A direct
sequel to enlightenment, it yet in many
respects is characterized by blind and irra
tional ieonoclasm, tending to hurl down
evejy proinenent object or institution,
regardless of consequences.
In Europe, the mania has taken the re
gicidal form. The successive attempts
made upon the lives of several sovereigns
within a year, have led to the dicovery
that througout the Old World there has
ramified an organization whose object is
to annihilate royality, and reduce govern
ment to ashes. The measures taken to
crush it have only demonstrated that it is
hydra-like in nature, and too thoroughly
disseminated to bedestroyed at a blow.
Looking at Christendom, we preceive
work of the same mvstenms force. France
nnd Germany are atheists in fact, Spain
is rapidly becoming so, England is coldly
subsiding to indifference, and Italy is no
longer a devout child of the Church. Evan
gelists are now compelled to resort to
sensational nvasures to hold their congre
gations, and the grasp of religion upon
every community in the world is slowly
but surely relaxing.
As it is in church and in state, so also in
science. There is no ncognizod authority
upon any subject which may be discussed.
The humblest operator in a railway tele
graph station may one day be unknown'
the next refuting the teachings of our age
and confounding the world with his luinin
ousdiscovcry. Tho opinions of no one are
valued; the world is alone convinced by
Detroit Free Press: 'Democrats know
that the Hlaine resolutions were designed
solely with a view of making Republican
political capital, and that an investgation
even within' much narrower limits than
those which Hlaine proposes, can not com
plete before the adjournment of Congress;
but they are quiet willing that Hlaine shall
have a committee, and make good his alle
gations if he can. They do not uphold
fraud or intimidation anywhere North,
South, East or West. They want fair elec
tions every where; but they may lie permitted
to doubt'that Mr. Blaine's say so estab
lishes the fact that the colored men of tho
South are just so much Bopubliean voting
power, and must be regarded as such, or
that the couduct of elections in the states
under Democratic control will suffer by
comparison with the conduct of elections in
those states where the entire machinery was
in Republican hands!"
In hereby plven Unit default liuvlng been mnde for
mure Ui.il clxly diivn In the payment of 11 portion of
the iiniiuint secured lohepiild hy a morlL'ii.'e ee
t illed hv Mux Kin line ninl Mlelmel ,lun;ineler. to
S:itnn;il 'Sliiata Tnrlorand Kdwln I'lirmim, TrilHteea
of the Cairo I lly Property, (tilled Aiitfiisl. (Ill), A, 1.
1S7I, uinl recorded In the I'ieeonlerVOmVe. In nnd fur
Alexander counly. In the Statu of Illliiola. In Hook
li ol Deeiln, on 11. The underij.;ned, the sue
cewir of mid tiutee. w ill on Siilnnl'iy. the 41 h ilny
of January, A. IK. 1STU, lit ID o'clock' In Ilie fore
noon of that day. under nnd hy virtue of the power
of Hale roulnlned lu said mortuae, soil nt. public
auction, lo the hdriiest bidder, fur cash, al his nlHce,
corner of WuMilnclnn Avenue and f;ii;lileeiith
street. In aaul Cllv of C'nlrii, in Alexander enmity
and Slate of Illinois, nil Hi" rl:lit, title and Interest
of said .Max runtime and Michael ,liini;nieier, or
Ihelr assigns, In and to lot numbered II. (nlne)ln
block numbered Ta, (seventy Hired), hi said t'llvof
nlro, nrcordiiiK to the recorded plal thereof, with
the appurtenance, to satisfy the pin poses ami con
ditions of siilil Mi)rli;iii;e.
Duted, Cairo 111., November St'th, 1STR.
S. WTAATS TAYI."R.
Trustee of tho C'nlro City Property.
Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue.
V. RESCH, PnopittETou.
Having started a first class Bakery, and placed a
first-class M. Lnula buker lu charge,'! aui prepared
CAKKS OF KVEUY PKHCIIIPTION,
from the. Plainest to tho most elaborate kind, milt
able for weddings, hulls, etc.; also all kinds of
llread, Plea and Pastrv, at the, very, lowest ralim.
Orders will be promptly tilled. A delivery wagon
win run uaiiy to mi puns oi me cuy ror ine accum
lllinliitloii ot customers.
A share of the pulillc's patrooago la solicited, aud
N. 0. Audior Line from Cairo.
Foil N E W 0 1 1 L E A N S A N I) V. Y I. A N D I X ti M .
And the innuirlct nt. fled awl Mluhlo
A. J. fAHTKH..
Leaves Cairo on Arrival of Evening Trains,
Haturdny iJocouilM-i' 1H7H,
The fine aide-wheel Freight and l'ascnecr steamer
HTV 0B1 ALTON
Hut unlay, Dc4iiVmi' .'Hth, 1M7H.
To be followed by tho elegant and epeedy
Aid 1 1 1 K WOODS
One uf the above named boat will leavK the Anchor
Line Wharf llont, foot of hixlh alreet,
C'arryiiiK Freight awl Passenger to all points Wouth.
Any and all liiipilrlea by letter or person will he
proniply attended to. ,
Address, THOMAS) W. Jill ELDS.
Anchor Line Wharf Hunt Cairo, Illinois.
St. Imis, Cuiro and Pailueah racket
SPLENDID SinEWHKEIi FIMWiHT AND PAS
Si DE SMET, SBi
KlltS BUTNF.R Master.
JOHN LKAMEN Clerk.
Lc&vca Cairo every Wednesday at 2p.m. fur Padn
cah. Leavea Cairo every Thursday at 8 p.m. for St.
For rreljiH t r passage apply on Hallliley Philllpa
whiirf-boHt. or to JAMES IllUOS, Agent.
50, Ohio Levee.
S2a T. T. IIILLMAN,
JOSEPH AM BROS Master.
LEAVES CAIHO EVERT
TUESDA Y.TIIUBSDA Y and SATURDAY
For freight or passage apply on Halllday & Phil
llpa' W barf boat, or tu
JAMES BTOGS, Agent.
5 Ohio l evee.
QAIllO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE MilL STATES.
Foot Fourth t
Missouri Land'g. Kentucky Ld'K.
6 a. ru,
10 a. in.
i p. m.
K;.V a. m.
1U:: a. m.
H n. m.
3 p. in.
WHOLESALE WINKS AND LIQTOBS
F. M. Stockllcth.
Stockfleth & lluoss,
Sutxessors to K. M. Stockfleth,
ImpocttTS and AVIioIhoIo ilonlorn in
Foreiffii and Dotnohlir
LIQUORS AND WINES,
Hlilne. Kelly Island, Catawba, California and Im
ported Port, Mierry, Mellaril Wines and Cham
pagnes. No. (52 Ohio Levee. Cairo, HI.
SMYTH fc CO.,
Wholesale uud Hetail Dealers In
Foreign ami Domestic Litinors
Wines oi nil Ktutlra,
NO. GO OHIO LEVEE.
MESSUS. SMYTH Si ft), have constantly a lar-e
stuck of the best goods in the market and give
especial attention to ilie wholesale hritnc.b !' tho
PROPRIETOR OV BPROAT'3 PATENT
Wholcsulo Dculcr in Ico.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD ORTON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Car Load a Hiocinlty.
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Cor. Twelfth Street nnd Levee,
KEW A D VKHTlhF.M exts.
A WEAT OFFER FOR
HOI, I DAYHIir
I lAMm and O t,A. S nt yr n i iimh v uV
LOW l.rlce- for ca.h. Mple lil W,Vja, ' tV.eV.
pfaim Pi 'vi - iMfi' :''' 7 ("u"n ll.oV.
I mnos H.n, , 1,1 Lo fl in. warnintet for HI V ...
M , T . i ' rated i ntalo,.,,,.; VilM
-J lisle nt half price. IIOK Aa K TEK.s A sons
lanulactU.e.s and Healers, lo k 1st I II , N Y
WHAT EMINENT ST. Lul ls PHYSICIANS MAT.
I'KEvnxTvrivr or .Mnui.-Co!den'a Ilehllr,.
'll: ilPrl"rl.. .55
u.rn.alile urllcle ul tlUi. ahl haitleularlv n.sfn'l
hen tonic, are r,urTed. b'liig I S .i
other form, or milium' fond are , .. ' d . . o
theria. Air,.... MnlariM Fever, Tvph . I Fcv ? ,t
every depre,s,llf ,se.se. its use w IU be a lemleM
with great advantage. We have pr -cr hod li. J
excellent success: J. it. Leslie, M. I) "mi "on.
M. I). S. II. Pni.ons, M. !).; 1( , Va . 'hi M P,' '
r. S. L. and J. f. Nldelet; Vm. VoMer m l"
and many oihem. Sold Ij all Dn.ggi.i, ud (in,'
Mutthew Haiti's Now Rook.
i'iiiiniii,:ui pernios men aim women an
Hlya-d. Sreel portraits of A. T. t"T L1 IV A I)T
Vaniiriikii.t, Hlnnktt, cic' 1 Ti V A U 1 .
The sensation of tho seuson. Now ia the time for
A(lFTSl" ''''ar! '''rltory. Addre.s fur
Xii at'eiiry circular, and terms,
American Publishing f o. lis, Itandolpb M., Chlcagia
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SANDS. WILL fllVK Jl.tUX) FOK A fAhK IT
WILL NOT II U.N L' KIT. A niniple bolllo free to
all addressing J. K. DIlllll.KK, C hemist, Offlw
Ilroadway, Sew Vork.
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fat thruing qwlHv nt tirtlUiet n f Ui'llDj) !
OeUr nf ireef"ilii0 and jlnrurinf, TI.O tl ukwn
ever m.ii& At our hln. ur n i-tc mnrk I. tmt
Imllitid on InfcTlnr kixkIi. ... tbn Jtrltm'i Himt k.
on every ulnir. S.Jit ly .11 d,..-.. Psml fn M.-uil
free, lo C. A. -ncxm A Co., tlfri. PAmburg,
ft I '(10 Prontson JO days' Investment of Of lA
Western I'nlon. November t.
i'roportloual retnrn. every week on stock option. f
yji, tnm, . jrm
(iflleial lieporta aud Circulars, Free. Address.
T Pottkii Wiuiit ACo., Hankcr.M Wall St., Ji.Y.
A (iKNTS WANTED. For the hot nnd f..tet
JY selling Pictorial Honks and llbles. Price, in
duced IM per cent. AdUreaa Nat. Pub. f o I hlcago.
A" A DAY to Agent canvassing for the KiBmnn
.visitor. lermsand oumt rreo. Adilreaa, P
, VIC'KEKY, Augasta, Maine.
0i FANCY CAIiDS, wilk name. Inc., plain or pold.
-''Agents oulllt, 10c. 131) styles, llnll A f-,
Hudson, N. Y.
Oil Mixed cards, Suowllake, Damask, Ac. Nstw
alike, with name, inc. J. Mlnkler A Co.,
Nassau, N . Y.
MIXED CAIIDS, with name, in cents. Agenfa
oulllt ldcts. L. Jones Jc Co., Nas.au, N. V.
TO ADVEKTII.EH8 Send for our Select Lilt nf
Local Newspapers. Sent free on application. Ad
dress GEO. P. HOWELL A CO., lo Spruce M..K. Y.
I'l liU l'XI.s.
jpiMir health, or languish -itake
If nu are suffering fron
ing on a bed of aickucss.
1 1 1 p J tit tT5(
Ifvnu are simply ailing .
dispirited, without clear
Kvill C.'iir you.
if vou feel weak and
ly know ing why,
Hop llittiT will
Hid havenvertuxed vonf-
If vou are a minister.
self with your nu'loriu!
tuties, or a inolher worn
out with cure ami work,
I lop Hit ti'i'H will
Ii'KtOI' ,Vf u,
iiie.s, wenkened by Vhe
hull's: or a man of bit
If von are a man of bus
stralu of your everyduj
lirs. tolling over yum
I lop Hitters will
St ifiict lu'o yoti.
"Uirerlrg from any lndin-
If you are young, ami
creiiou.orare groiu ioi
ust, as is olk'ii the case,
-hop. on tliu firm, at thft
hut yonr sfstem neertit
ilating, without liilori
What you Niinl
iuls Is feeble, yoar
:ir :i I tii's waning,
glveynii tic-w lift
'iKn'. ND PAIN LKI.IEF.
1 lop J Jit tern wil 1
If you ure lu the work
desk, uny w In re, and feci
cleansing, toiiingur liui
1 lop 1 tit torn ii-
If you are old, and yom
nervs urn leiuly.and yodr
IIol UittOIH Will
Try nopconiii C l lil:
For Sal'.' hv al
NO CURE NO FKKIK k.Vk
hnspltul, 1H7 Kust N u"lilugton atreel, l lilcago, for
the ire of all prUale, chronic. lUid special diseom'S.
SmiSAL wi:shM:ss, nkuviii s hkhii.itv and mist
mamiimii, penusneutly cured. Dr. (. Is a gr.idiuti
of Ihn lli f irm Scliool, 'mid uses mi mercurv; bus (hi
liiru"'.t iiriietii.ii lu Hie Culled Slates. I.aihkh re
quiring treatment, with linnie and board, ij II or
write. Kverv convnlenci' for palli'iiiH. Send (lflj
cenls fur MAItKI A(,i: ct'ini;! r.'fi ij:.'s illiiatriti'
ed. Miirried ladies and geiilleni"ii M i.d llftv cenl
fur sample nf rubber gisida and clrciilurof lmxirl
ant liif ii'iiiiilloii liy er"ss. Conaii liiilhm tree am(.
conliduiithil . lleliii'ilc I'l iunle I'llisf.'iu box.
men. los ol vltiillly, premature weakness, enervn
Hon of i.iind mid lni.lv . dt-nnli r of the bruin ami
nervous Hvsteni, and uilseries resulting Iherel'ioin,
speedily cured by HA WS' MPKCIKIC Prepared
by an euilueni physlelnu: f l a esse, g inr M sold hr
drug'tisis. For lireiiliir with full particular, ail
dress lilt. HA l'i:s, ,M i Main slrei I, Cliicugo, III.
Ji 1 t)A S.I.APY. perinnueut sa'esinen w nit
I A M ),l I" "' II Staple l.ooils to ile.ilera. Nl
a"u" peddling, txpeiisea paid., Adilnrsa
S. A. CitANT A CO ,:), 4, U X H Home 5V, Un
clt na I. ohlu. ' -
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,,Vho wuilil San, pie Watch Free In AgeiiK. Ad
V -'limns. A. f Ol I.TKU CO . f hlcamt. Ills.
'Ihe Original and nnh' nli-nliitn
en rr Send slatnii fur book on
1 1 1 u i; Ealing, to W. 11. Sipnre, Worthinlogu,
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nt a a .
Otiliilnod for new Inventions, or for Improvemi'ti
on old ones! for niedleal of oilier compounds, Imrtn
miirks uud lnlxls. Cuveals, Assigumenls, Inter
ferenres, Appcnls, Sulla for lnfrlnE''ini:ntK,
nil cjisea arising under Ihn I'nlenl Laws, piunipl
Iv intended to - Invetitluns Hint have be
Jl I.1 I li'i "I' V I l,r Fatcnl (Mlleu may -tlsL
lliflljl I III ' In most cases, he luileuleil bf
ua, lining opposite, Hid U. H. Patent (lesarlnieul,
aud engaged lu Patent business escluslvely. w
make closer smirches, and secure Pslenla mors"
promptly, and with broader cluntis, Ihun those whu
are reunite from Washington.
I V V V X'Vl I ) Si "I'D'I model or sketch of
111 IVl I t'llo ),,ur device; we inaku -amlniitlons
mid Bilvlse aa to palenlublllly. free, ut
rh argn. All correspondence slrlclly lOiiHdeulhil.
Prices low, and Uncharge unless Patent lanviirert.
W reler III Wiislilnglon. to Hon. PostinnntW
(leuernl I), M. Key, Uev. F. It. Power. 'I he (lenniui
Ainurican National Hank, in otllolula In lh . H.
Piitent. tlllleii, and lo S"iiator. and Keireaeulatlv
Int.'oiigresajaiidesiierlallytooiirclleiita in every
tsulo lu the I'nlon and in Canada.. Addre.a
Opnoall Patent Office. Waahlngton. D. C.
rpt) INVKNTOKS AND MEt-IIANICH.
PATENTS and bow to obtain thm. Pamplel nt
A"Ur Sollcllora of PalcnU. Hot ill.,
Washington, D C.
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