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JOHN II. OliERIiY & CO.,
ATAW1IA tMAI'K I'lLLfl.
t'ATAWIIA UltAl'C I'lLLR.
CATATTM ORAl'K l'lLLS.
CATAWIIA OKAl'k l'll.I.A.
f'ATAWHA UnAVK l-ILLK,
t'ATAWIIA ORAl'K I'lLLD.
CATAWIIA OKAI'K i'II.LK.
FLUID KXTIIACT SASUAFAIULLA
KI.UIIJ KXTIIACT KAIWAl'AMLLA.
FLUID KXTIIACT HAKMAI'AIlILI.A.
YLVW r.XTTtACT HAKMAl'AHILLA.
KI.UIK KXTJIAIJT HAK.HAIVIIIIM.A.
VLU1II KXTUACT HARJAI'AnTM.A.
l'L'HIl'Y THE ItMIOD.
IlELHllOLD'rt 1LUID KXTRACT HARSAPA
Curei oil Eruptions of the SUn.
IIKLUIIOLU'H FLUID KXTTtACT f ARSAFA
HII.LA Cnrea Hie worst form of Wool Diseases.
uci.miiold'h fluid EXTRACT AAKHAFA
r.Qtrs hcatlly Into the Clirti'alion of tho
IIELMHOLTj'h TLUIU KXTRACT HAU9APA-
UcautlGes tlio Complexion,
nELUBOLD O FLUID KXTIIACT SARSAFA
Ono ltlle it ivjiiM In strength to one (jallon of
III.. .11 ... tr llu,4nniI .. ......11 . J . . .
J ) vi a.i.i.fUU9 u.uailT III IV I
a wine-Klaus adde d to a pint of water equals the
ce'ebraled MHKON Dlirr Dlll.NK. Try It th'
IIKLMROLD'S CATAWIIA ORAl'K FILL
IIELMUOLU'8 CAT A W If A URAFE FILLS
A pleasant, safo and agreeable Cathartic.
IIKLMKOLU'S CATAWIIA OKAFZ TILLS
111 In nil attention where Purgative Medietas
IIKLMIIOLTj'k CATAWIIA ORATE FILLS
Harmless to a child, and taken hy children.
IIXLMIIOLU'h CATAWIIA OllAl'E FILLS
Hupt'rrlo Magnesia, litlta and every other Pur
IIKLMUOLD's CATAWIIA ORATK PILLS,
Certain In efftvl, ami pleaonl In operation,
HKI.MIIOLD'S CATAWIIA QRAI'K FILL
In not a patented IMI.
IIKLMIIOLDS CATAWIIA ORAl'K TILLS
Are composed ol Catawba Orarm Julio and Flu
l'urcliaMe txo bottle of 1IIJI.MIIOL1VH HAR.HA-
lAllllf.A Mn.l At.n t ... . . I I, f 1 u . V . I r
Height in old.
ru uciier luremmeut can to made lor so small
hklmbold's fluid extract DUCIIU
Hai acquired a worlds Ide lame.
ALL or my preparations are meritorious. A
nod of twenty years has proted tliia to tie
Heo remark) made livTlnninmln Tmru r d
IC, . Hncakinp of those diseases, and diseases
arinliif; Irom dm rxceia of mercury, h atatea
Dial no rrmedy Is equal I
l io u
the Extract of Baraa-
parllla, Hh power in extrnordlcaxr, more to than
any other i
I In the atnetett renoe, a tonic.
urn i mn acquainted with. It l, in
bio lo a atato of the
Ikltribilte that It la arplical
iMMem io sunken, nnd vet so Irritable, as ren.
the tonic claai unarail
II. T. llelmfilJ, ,,n,"Mel' rt.idelpai.. P.
. , .Kste,n,eJ Krlend-1 congratalatc you on
haviiiR the hinibtomeat and at the same time the
iMo.t LirectiTS Fill that 1 hava ever known for the
purpose intended. WM, It. WAKNKK A CO.
ii, i, iiviiiiuuiu HiiircmarK, in conclusion, that
ilt remedleB are tho result of lonir and careful
-tudy. Tho Fluid Extracts have be?n iStoti f the-
mime irau i. inn eaie or mem in that
lino proves their value. All liavo been benefit
oj by thorn who followed my Instructions, and
why mivj Huc'iuftiivii in mo extent of
.ivir !. ...... ........ (..wv.' iimuicamoni
i) the Dispensatory of the Uiiittnl Utates, not
xceptlnK (inglo Herb, Hoot, Plant, or Belta
Pharmaceutical I elalm all mlno to be, and hare
ever patented a Blnglo ono.
To ilisDel anr Imnresalon or nreludirn thai
ilxht exist in the minds ot many against my
reparations, from the publicity given through
i.eriisiuii, uuu niu nnu iinvu neon a urug
mt f.ir ii tiprind of twenlv veam. un.l timr. nn.
usirelv to urave this nee letter from the lament
mnufacturing chemists in the world i
, , novemboM, I&H.
I inn acquainted with Mr. 11. T, ielmhold I he
ciiicd the drug store opposite my relclnuo(
id vaa auceosslul -in conductlnir tlio husinpiia
here others had not been equally so before him.
liavo been favorably Impressed with his charac
r and enterprise WILLIAM WIUUTM AN.
irm of rowers tviinunan, manuracturlng
chemists, Ninth and llrown streets, ThlladcU
ALL STAND ON TIIEIIt VCBITS.
Tho Till I havo thought or orTcring to tlio nlllic.
'I for ten years,
Thev am now perfect, and I shall slake niv
l"K', money and faina on tholr elfectiveneis,
I'm lovitlngstyle in which the pill Itself is made,
o Lottie, lftbi-l, wrapper all show with what
I'jo they have been prepared. After examina.
an, no English or French preparation will show
filter care, aim i am resuy prouu oi inem.
Instead f tho iiauseous.looklng, carelessly
fpared Fills vended isenerally, and put up In
'clou boxen, and made generally, or offered
iiniiii uc, (vi.v. I'll ivinuv
Ulfulsta or inAnlltaetllrers of meilfmnes.
e medlcrae otTered by your obedient seivant,
II. T. lir.LMUULU.
ystal Palace Drug Store, No. Cut llroadwar.
Ilaco Pharmacy, Gllsoy House, llroadway, and
E-v..., ........ pmcvii ivn iuiki
mple cf Pharmacy. Continental Hotel, Phila.
liemniai ana no. iw Houtu Tentn street, I'lill-bdolphla.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC).
A ClIAI'TKR OF CHUIK - BASK HALL.
A BRUTAL MUKDKE. 1 -
Cuicaiio. July 6. A.dMtnllf JnJ bru.
tal rnurdor coinmltted near the edge ot
ntiobbonay grova, 1m Kalb county' IRf. on
tho evening of the 8d lost. Mis J Mo
Corinlck, a beautiful young lady of kva
tun yean, daugbUr of Mrs. A. McCor
rolck, a wealthy farmer, while tiak mi
the supper tabu with her moVMr and two
yo.inirer litter and a broth, wo akot
dead by a farm 'hand in the 'BrJ6vment
ot Mn. McComiek, aaW.JaU Kak
Hi reason was that Mi MeO. refje4 to
accompany him to a Fourth of Jul cele
bration on the following day. Keed flred
two iboU throuch the wiadew from a-
double-barrel hot gun, Irtt Mot entering
hor brain aad killing her imtantly. Keed
roturnod tbejgun to anelhf hor from whoa
ho borrowetl it, aad fled: The whole
nolebbor hood ii in hot ouriult at hfm
and if caueht will nrettr certainlv ba
lynched at once. '
AND STILL ANOTHER MUBDI. .
Martin Meard, a farmer in arood cirouaa.
tancee, ratidlngncar GllaMaj HLr.wae ar-
reatea on Saturday lor murderiag a la hoy,
aged oleren year,. In a moot cruel aaa
nendiib manner, on the Ifth uJt. It ap
pears from the testimony of MeardYwltV
that on that day, whllo the wa tick in bed
tho brute stripped the child, laid him
naked on a hot (love and roaoted hi back
in a horrible manner. He then beat him
and placed him in hi Ick mother' bed.
wn ere no died in a lew beur. Tk lecd
buried the body of the dot under a hedr.
and then went to town and pabliclr1, svi-
vcrtltod that hi boy bad run away. ISua.
plcion wero lubMaueatlr arotseed that
thoro had boon foul play. Search waa
made, tbo body found, aaa the murderer
arretted and U bow ift jail at Wat
eka. Mn. Meard wftnewed the
whipping and death of bar
boy but wm helpleetly sick in chlldbed
at tho time. Bho ii now in the city ttop
plig with tome friend.
AND STILL AXOTUKIL
Whllo theitcaraer Judy Johaaon wm
passing down the Miwiteippi rirer jett
above Quincy, the wa fired into by'ome
person on the shore. Bennett White wai
ehot in the abdomen and another shot
ihuoJ through hi clothe. lie i now ly
ine at the Tremont bouse in Quincy in a
Two young men, Jos. West and Charles
Irr, have been arrested on susbicion of be
ing tho guilty parties.
A match gamo of bate ball was clayed
todsy at Rockford between, the Forest
Cilict of that place, and the White Htock
Ing of this city in which the' forrner was
victorious. The icoro standing seventeen
to eleven, ihj i orest uitlos scored four
teen on the ninth inning, and thus won
ST. LOUIS. '
INDErXKDENCE DAT AND QOW IT WAS
CELEBRATED ACCIDENTS WOMAN
hiiot nor biiot riRK.
.St. Louis, July 6. Independence day
was more generally observed yesterday
thun it has been for several years. There
was uo public display, but every person
seemed intent upon a celebration of his
own. Business wa almost entirely mis
ponded, and the day was devoted to
plcaiuro and hilarity. A national salute
was nrod at o o'ciock in we morntnr. ax
ter which there was a military procession
by some newly organised companies,
steamboat and railroad excursions, and
picnics so numerous that the city seemed
almost depopulated. Many thousands of
people went to the country te spend the
day. At 4 o'clock in the afternoon a
salute ol one Hundred guns wm Bred, and
at night the streets were all ablaxe with
bonfirosand flro-works of all descriptions,
and allclutct, ages and sexes, joining
in the lubiloe with unusual seat aaa seirtsJ
Several accidents occurred during the
day from flroanns, most of which were
serious. Among which were the danger
ously wounding of M. A. Field, while sit
ting in her bouse, by a stray ball from a
pistol fired by a boy in tho stroet, and the
tovoro injury oia boy by an accidental
dischargo of throo barrels of a pistol, the
balls entering into ms tnlgn and shatter
ing one of his hands. During the after
noon, a carpenter shop on Sixteenth street
took fire from flro crackers. Tho flames
sproad to five two story buildings des
troying them: The total loss wm about
$10,000, partially insured. The buildings,
wero mostly tenement houses, and the oc
cupants were spending the day In the
country, but returned at night lo And
thomtolvos homeless, and their furniture
ruined. Two or three other small fires
occurred during tho day.' '
A DKDFERATE ATfRAY IN A HOTEL USE.
Cincinnati. July 6. Two soldier bo-
long to the Newport barracks went into
a saloon and boarding houto in this city,
No. 81 East Plank street, about 8 o'clock
last night and ongaged a room for the
night. Their names were Jaa. Mitchell
Ohrls Seffringer. After four o'clock this
morning the DroDrfotdr'wa aroused by a
call for wator from tholr room., Oolag tip,
, tuuuu oouringer snot oaca oi toe ear
and Mitchell doad with a ball in bis head,
entoring behind at tba ibaio of the skull
and coursing upward. 8effinger wm
alivo but in a critical conaMtlnn. h inl.
diors that Seffringer wm very peace1 J
ui. iniimuii n m uaogerous man and
ad threatened Seffringer yestarda. A
flro this a.m. destroyed Pullman A Koch'
chair back factory and three dwelling
houses adjacent on Wood street, , The to
tal loss wm about 118,000. It li supposed
to havo originated from tho use of fire
Cincinnati, July 6. The transporta
tion committee of tbo, board of trade, havo
toon looking after prospects for. southern
transportation, during the costing three
months viben the Louisville oanalillbe
doted. Its socrotary presented a report
to-day itating that the Louisville main
and tho Louisville short line will take
frcsght to Louisvillo and connect points
below. To roach Nashville and southern
points, both Louisvillo and NMhville,
Henderson, EvsnsviUo and, Nwhylle
roads will compoto. Tho latter road pro
poses to establish rates m low as by Lou
isvillo, and is recomended In tho report m
a valuable outlet to tho city. The I. A 0.
and tbo 0. & M, railroads alio offer fair
Tsta ILBCTICNS THESUnrUBLICANS III THE
MAOatTY TOE LEOITAlCH A BID SJOSfA-
rARTISTS MBCOVSUfilsWftlKCH OOV
HXWENT DSUIAXM ftt BVlCVATION
or the romV rAKU'trr tmboeb
max TBOon rsuMcs and EdtrT.
PARISW Julv 4. Thn aatiBsaia of the sun.
plaaiBitary election show that out of 140
deputies elected. 120 are republicans, 8
legitlitMst and 20 bonepertist. Ofklal
returns, will dlflerbut little frees ihit. '
rAiDHKRBE And oambbtta
re each elected from three different as
A majority of the republioan e1ected
belong to the moderate wlg of the party ;
proportion being, 9S moderates to 13 rad
' The unexpected strength developed by
the repubUcaM iei the provinces discour-.
ages the partisans f BAMarehy. Thefall-'
p- V. t . . -1 . n . ...ri. ival
waa v, ui irPfjJtSM U.U.IVTAB S1UIWUV,
ssBtllntraakstewt' ike lagWwLtkUpro
duoes s siHtretiiMii
- It is feared the assembly will be more
divided than srer, and that it wtll, balsa
eisible to oMeln a compact working ma
Jority, or. 4termine which party hat the'
.MslAStce ot swwer.
jettraals nrjoico over tbo
it vote -sriven for candidates
'. iJsek-aartv la country distrists. and re-
ard the -victory .as one calculated to ct-
wwisae pertassaeni rwfmBiic in rrance.
The monarchy press on the other hand
show! signs of a panic, and accuse each
other of , a lack of devotion and energy In
The JVesss will resusee publication to
ssamow under the tsuaaceaunt of Ouorro
aer. ' .
FaUkerbeku written alttUr providing
for a syttstsm of servioeln the ersay for twq
It will be observed that there'k'an irre
eotusUabie dttWieie (si sit reeorU reWstag
to the nsusof yvsKMsi lthi!Frnch
etoctaeas. TkeeHspatehebovespeiWof a
hundred uyi forty. delegaSae haying just
beea eboseo, whereM previoas accounts
gave only abuutA.lta or tll vaeaecies to
ee niteti. t
The Preach goveraateat has desaaaded
the early evacttation of the fort of Paris
and of three deaartaieals oecupid by Oer-
saaa treoee. Blsmsrk decliaes to give
any peetuve promise to eempiy wnn toe
Commissioners have been appointed by
the government to take observation in
KngUnd and France at to the working of
the commercial treaty.
- FRANCE AND EOT FT.
A difference has arisen between the
XgyBtian government aad the French
oonsel at Cairo in coeequence of the al
lseed illegal arrest of a French citizen
there by police. Satisfaction has been de-
Blended by rranoe, and negoteatloat witn
England for seUlemont of dispute.
KMFEBOK AND EIiniEM OV BRAZIT, VISIT
London, July 4. The empercr aad
are liaail. .Blsstest ijaeea MtJt,
to-day. ' . 4.cr. 'M'-
London, July 6. A banquet wm givea
at the WsuUtigtsa hotel, Xlverpooi, on
the FeurthT Mr. Braasootae, the United
States txauel at Mahshester, presided. A
larger ausaber of Aaterieaa residents of
earbeafeaj Xi verpeol aad ether cities
wen BvesBavt. Letters were read frosu
Mlaieiet Jckestak aad Jacob Bright, w
seetiag their iaabllHyvto attend. TeeaU
e as usuat to vaeea v ictenn, aaj-.
Qraat: Ohe also to the'txeMy e
asst.' HoBBches were Btade try
bettt fiawirteBBiisI XaglUkaea, ia which
the most friendly and pecilc aeaUsaenU
YELLOW TEVEE VABONIC.
Nxw-Youc, July (.A cable dispatch
says that the American knights of tem
plars, from Pittsburg, were entertained ia
magnificent style yesterday by the earl of
Shrewsbury and Talbot, at his seat in
Alton Towers, in Staffordshire. In honor
of tho day and hit guests, the earl caused
the American flag to be raised over the
hall by the side of the ancient banner of.
Talbot. , Divine service wm' held ia the!
chapel, and a banquet served in the ha!l.
New York, July 5. The Spanish brig
Inlegrida arrived at this port from Ha
vana with yellow fever on board.
V1CT0B EUUANUSL AND MIS BSCXFTIOV AT
Rome, July i'. The king had a grand
review, yesterday, of the regular troop
and the national guards. lie wm enthu
siastically received bv the soldiers, aad
itbe municipalises of Kesrie gave a brilliant
!ball last night, at which the king wm
(reseat. At the close his majesty started
for Floreece. There hu teen an unusual
atteadaaee of cardinals aad other church 1
fllgnltarles at court during the king's stay
QBome, t .
SALOON ABSCBNS10K AND "WOAT CAMS BT
Milwaukee, July Prof. Steiner
ad, a balooa ascension from this place
etUrdsy p.m. The balloon went directly
ICS, asm Bnics in wuimm wsinwBiii
Utt '. here pasted near Grand Havea.
icMiag'hM beea seen of him on the other
ie of the lake up lo one o'clock- p.m. to-
, ST. LOUIS.
St. Louis, July 6. Flour dull and un
settled; -whs at steady aad in good.deauad;
No, 8 red Sl.ia No. 2 white 11.15; corn
quiet; mixed In bulk on track, 49 to 60o;
oat quiet at 60 to 60c for mixed sacked ;
ryo,.7t to BOe whisky steady at vac ; pro
visions Terr aulet with little doine i pork
116.76; shoulders, lie; clear sides, 9c
New Ohlbaxb. Julv 6. Cetton market
dull; sales were two thousand middling
30); low raldt. 18 j; ordinary 10) ; re
ceipts, were lite; exporu xtss.
Mobile, July 6. Cotton Jqulet ; Mid
dling; 19J; net receipts, two days 176;
exports, coast wise, 834. Sale 100, stock1
"iT10"' , n 7 l?.r7A72J
podotilljiarilfll netWflalpU.tvJe dATSJ
ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, JULY
711 ; oxiorts to Great Britain 2093 ; coast
'8jJMtf( sale 860; stock 25.WJ.
TO WE DO.
TotBDc, July 6. Flour, dull. Whctft,
very dell aad lc, lower r No. 2, red, at
e. Cora, dull add Ic. lower; high
Mixed, Tejc : low; 66 lc OaU: dul I and a
shade lower; No. l.'Slo; No. 2,
Lake freights very dull Sc. to Buffalo aud
efgec. to Oswego?
Cincinnati, July 6. Flour steady;
family f6.t0toM.G6; new extra sold at
$0.16. Wheatr-newNo. 1 red, $1.25, and
old, $1.35. Corn, dull aad lower, at S3 to
66c. Kye) esM SA90c. Oats unchanged.
Cotton quiet; sBttdlibg zOje.-To 21c. Whic
Vv In good deessnd at ma Mot pork,
f IS 60. Lard, inner; sales of country at
10,c, and cUy bold nt lOJc. BulkcaeaU
a shade higher i sale of shoulders at 6c,
mostly hqld at 6c; sides sold at 7c. for
rough: clear rib and cloar hold at 8 to 8Jc ;
bacon in good demand: tales of shoulder
.at $&70xo $8.76. Lard oil in good de
mand at, 75 to 7c ; linseed, dull at 88 to
Dbtboit, July 6. The wheat market is
deatovalised ; regular $1.20, amber $1.36,
best offer buyer $1.35 with $1.88 atked ;
No. 1 white $1.30, with nobuyors; corn
6 to 69)c; ocas quiet at 65 to 65 Jc.
Nxw-Yoric July. 6. N. Y. C. OClt
scrip W; Krie27;pfd 60: Kesdlng 111
Mich. Cent. 1 20: Lake Shore 1 201; Ills.
Cent. 1 36- FltU. 1 18J; N.W.7SJ; pfd.
WU; Koch IsUnd ! St. Paul 61 V Did.
ll Wabash pfd. 80: Ft- Way no 93:
Terrthaatuae); Alton 1 20; pfd. 1 20
SBdiaaa sjent. ivi; Burlington & (Juinoy
1 66',' HI. Joo 87; Exchsngo long 10;
Htocka rather heavy and dull; gold 11)
Al; Govts. dull and strong; Stato bonds
dill aad heavy ; mosey easy at 8 per cent.
01DINANCE NO. 114.
Aa Ordlaeacc aajikoTisiag tUj f aiaenUoa ia
!Bc Jtoriiaia'!! bj.tac CUy Cooadl of the ciij o(
Thai ltahsJIIlba.lut nflK- ls l,.
MaBSbtraU or tha ellj of Cairo whenarar tt
City Attotaay of aaiC adj mtj so direct to allow
a slay afaiMUtlon for aatlm oolazcaadmg
Sorlr-aif bt haura' is favor nt aajr partoa wlra
Mia bM fauaC gailir of Tto
loo of any
rdiaaaca of aald dir. and
ut vnj Aitoracy may
direct such atar wbeaamr ha mar think
U.aatcf thacl.y reqairet'auchatay of execution,
Proridaa), aa panoa In whosa faror iUr of em
aauoa la had who shall he found within tae limit
of the city of Cairo after the time of such atar ol
execution has elapsed shall be dealt with aa if co
aoefc atay of execution had been granted.
Approved June 2J, 1171.
Attest, JOUNH. LANJDEN, Mayor.
M. J. Hownv.Oty Clerk. JeKtdHK
ORDINANCE NO. 116.
Aa ordinaaee to amead ordinance No. 23.
Be la ordaiaed by the City Council of the city of
Hacrioal. ThatordiBancaNa.!. imwimI ln.1
Sth, 1SC7, be and the tame la hereby amended
ii, iboi, do aau me tame is nereby amended
j addtnk TUrUie worda "or any .tewer, trough,
lotherihlaguaedfor tha dratawe ol slops or
alar," la the eleventh and twelfth lines from
the top of ceetlen 1 of said ordinance, the words,
uiHTiinp lacwrr, anyplace, oaiming ores
Ualtehmeat used for the atearatnr or renderios
ef lard, tallow, fat, offal or dead animals or any
MetaMlahineat oaed for the stcamlnir or render-
HaSjjS? fSh.se aauataaeeawlilch in .liin,to
pnaHninmHuHin. miaiavaa mcreoi 10 jc
'cRenalT to tha public or any portion Unroof or
UJuriaos to the public health.
. Approved Juae'Atd, mi. '
... . w , .. JOHN M. LANBDEN, Mayor.
Attest, M. J. Ilowaat , Cliy Clerk. JeSullOt
ORNINANGE NO. 117.
AaOrdiaaacc to rtrulats the dalles of tha Chief
or Police aad Polie Constable
Be It ordained by IbcUiiyCenncil of the City of
ThMibe Chief of FolhM shall act aa
aeK ya. '"'' aarc xetwral sharge ol
tha Nl saaswal la cily. (aMeatias the City
Marshal.) ssaCVaader I he gsaaaral direction or the
Marr ahall eaperiataasd aatC aoalrU the ODera
noma oi jus aavaeai mauaair aaaaiaMna wane an
doty. Tbe other pollea coaaUUe n w author
laed by rdlaaac ahall it duty aa night watch-
Bsc. 1. All ordlnaiuAa or aarta of nnlinmnp.
lo eoalliet herewith are hereby repealeil:
JOHN M. IiAflSDEN, Mayor.
Approved, Jane Win. 171.
Atfett i M. J. IIowlit, Cil Cl'k.
ORDINANCE NO. 115.
Ad ordinance to amend section 20 of "an ordi
nance to adopt the ordinance of the city uf
Cairo aa revised and codified "
Be it ordaiaed by the City Council of the Cily of
Bscnosl. That section Jfovii of "an ordi
nance to adopt the ordinances of the City of
Cairo as revised and codified" be amended by
adding after the word "provision" In said sec
tion tha word "or any impure, unwholesomr,
adalteratador diluted nllk.
Approved June 2!d, 1871.
JOHN M. tANSDEN. Mayor.
Attest. M. J. Howur, City Clerk. jeaudlM
HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED I
Just published. In a scaled envelope. Price, 0 cts.
m m.ui w mw m.wi. .iniiuvui.ui, i mi,i
emaof Bacrsnatorrhcaor Semlael Weakness, n
yoluatary Emissions, Bexual Inability, and Impe
desaeata to Marriage generally: Nervousness,
Onaaemctloa. Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental ami
ITirsiaaX laeaMcilr, resulllag from self abuse,
etc., by BoW, J.Culvtrwell, M. D author of tlie
"Oraen Book," etc. rt
"A BOOM TO TH0U8AKDS OF SUFFKREUS.
Beat nadar aaal. in blain envalona. to an ad.
1 IuLihm IU..h.Ml Im.Im..I I ...I.-l
dress, postpaid, on receipt of alx cents, or two
Ciiva" ewaaapa. yj vnav. . u. Aline m im,. Ml
wery, Mew Tort, 1'oatotBoe box t.Mo.
Jaisitawssa ., '
lev 1st all HlaWU rreast
Oatsae Aimtsutw aid Porta a Stsiii.
UYtt ssd slaughters only the vsry beet rattle.
p.". auevp, ana is prepare! io on aay
ad ror freah tnasia fraaa ns. nnnnd to ten
thousand pouads. deciotf
gevanty-Sve to two hundred dollars per month
everywhere, male and female, to introduce the
mn nc Improved Commea Henae Family Sewing
Msohiaa. Th maohiaa will atltch. hem, fell,
tuck. Mad. braid, cord, quilt aad embroider in a
most superior manner. Price only ill, Fully
war raatid for Bye year. Wa will ay I.OOO for
any aaachln that will sew a stronger, mora beau
tlfjil or more elastic team than oars. It makes the
"EUitloLook Witch." Every second stitch can
be cats aad atlll th Moth cannot be pulled apart
without leaf tag II. W pay agents ffs to liuu per
wawitMewN uiKaaea, vs a COJL, mission irom wuun
twice that amount can be made, for circulars
and lersss, apply to or address,
. ' U, BOWEUS A CO.,
J tM8prucmreel, fhiladclphl. Pa.
Cacrtoii. Do not be Impottit Jipou by other
eabBlttc eB worthleaa cist Iron machines
aaAeithc saase name or othsralsa. Our la the
ea3yjrvittlaM0i.II praottcal .tlia machine
Siflactursd. artwsn , r
COKNKIl SIXTH am. WALKUT-8T.,
(Entmnoi. cn Hftlli-st.,)
F. J. Uaks, )
II. CCady, .
K. II. Lodwick, J
OAUKJ, CAUr A CO. I'mprl. l..r.(
Ohio l.evre, between Hixlli and Eiulilli lri els,
opi-oslie main steamboat lar.ditijf,
NRWI.V FITTED AND FURNISHED.
TemiN, 8'J prr !.
Watch kept for bonU nnj Iratna nlhl and day.
Opposite tlm ro.tolBce, on Hixth Street l-twn
Washington and Commercial avenues,
This houte has been thoroughly over-hauled,
refuruiahed and renovated , ami is now open for
the reception of guests. The rooms nrn all large
and well ventilated, and fualiiture new. H atch
sept nightnnd day, MRS. tJAFFNET,
COMMERCUL-AYKNUK, OITOMIE P. O.,
joexrn baylim, ; s : : i'romiiktob.
Thb House is Nkwi.y Furnished
And offers to the public first-class actommoda.
tlona at reasonable rales.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
LADIES' FURNISniN'G GOODS,
('stitasercUl Aveame, opixxtlto Elliot
suae Hay tkora'a
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Ileady-Madc.
A full assortment of Misses' and Ladies'
Uat and Bonnets of tho latest styles.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE 1
XIQHTIT STREET, DETWEEX WABIIIN0T0N
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUEK,
Ua just received a full and splendid line of
SILK AND VELVET BUTTONS,
PLUSH AND TRIMMING VELVET,
nATS AND BONNETS,
FINE KID GLOVES,
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES,
And a full and complete stock of
Millinory and Fancy Goods,
All of which sho proposes to sell at
THE VERY LOWEST CABU PRICES.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
;il ! l- f l.l
! U. U' " '
I. ". S ' r
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And ARents of
Okie Hlvrr and Kanavilia
B JLIaO?' COMPANIH8
70 Ohio Levee,
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
STAMB COBK.XHU BTOVKH.
WARRANTED FIRST-CLASS IN EVERY RESPECT.
WHAT HOUSEKKKfErtS SAY AllOtT
FAiyfE" cooKiiisro- stoves
ALWAYS THE BICST,
t.'. ALWAYS THE CHEAPEST,
AND UNEQUALLKD IN THE l'KUKF.CTIOX OF COOKINO APPARATUS
It R T
CLOSI1JG OTJT JT COST !
Tho pbblle are hereby notlfkd
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
AT THE OLD STAND, CORNER
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
-A.T THE LOWEST CASH PBICE3;
Tho Cheapest and Best
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.,
t'ORNER or SIXTH-NT. AND OIIIO.I.EVUE,
PARTICULAR attention paid to or.lcra for WHITB SIII1IT8 In all styles made! and only
of the best of material usi.l. '
DRY-UtlOnS, CAKPKTS, KTC.
Ho. 101 t'OMMUllCIAI. AVKNIIG,
Wishes to call atteut on to hit immensa stock of new and seasonable
CARPETS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS.
eveeythiu"g peesh, astew, jdesior-a-bxie.
Dress Goods a Specialtv.
noveiuea in Millcs, I'opllns, Japnneso Bilks,
Aniericau inaca iina urain
Heaver Ilraud of
WHITE GOODS, NOTIONS, HOSIERY, GLOVES,
Heal ! luillatluu iMtm, etr., ever
atjrlrn ofCarpeta, staid full llutt
eta and Murv. KwIi, Bhe
PAIR DEALINGS AND SMALL PROFITS.
"An examination of hla stock is respectfully asked.
OKOCKBIEH AND BRV GOODN.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS, ETC.,
lias Jusl received a heavy stock of fl"t Rid
Uhoea, Hosiery and Notions,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VEJlV CHEAP
lie also has a fine stockof Fmlly Groceries ot
CORNER SIXTH-ST. AND COM MER
The Illinois Central Hall Road Rammnv. now
otter for aala tho following described Iota In First
Addition to lite viiy ot uairo, viti
Lot ST block 20, Lot it tlock ta,
IS 'iO, ' M,
. 5 i 2 i)j ii w'
U ' 8i, 31 S2.
' S3 W, SI 81.
OBTH &c CO.
TIIK CXLE1I RATED
that tho largo and masnlflcent sloclc of
tstateof tho' ale
SOLD AT COST,
f . ' c
SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE
MHN. SCOTT WHITE.
IIATN, CAPN, KTV.
Hilk Warns, Mohairs, Lawns, Percales, 1", K.'s,
ana, ana a lull lino 01 tlio celebrated
Pure HUck Mohair.
oHV'retl lu tbe rllr.
uf Oil Clullm, Mattl
Bftw aunt rbolr
Mnllllin Klmlw I'liru.
and lints la great variety.
...M .... ......M,.,,.,,MMMOMM
Also, keep conttanily on hand a most cota:
' pleta stock of "" "
BC0TCU AND IRISH WnUKIBB
i ' '
-o i n a,- ,
Port, MaderU, Sherry and CataU"WlnM
HMVTll A 00. ten exclusively for cssh.ta
which fact thav Invlla th aanclal uao.
ion at close Urgalu buyers.
Special Hcn ykt to JFiKfjsj Qritr