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JOHN If. OBERLY & CO.,
HOTTENTOTS SEEN OATHF.IIINO JIUtUU LUVE1 AT TIIK CAl'K OF OOOI) HOPE 'uB
(From the I)iicnnrj of the United State.
, mON.MA CHKNATA-HITIII' I.DAVU.
Panraitira. -Their odor I -trn, .IlttuIv an I ronicwli.it aromatic; their ta,to bitterish n l
analogous to mint.
.MiDiriL I'ttorcarir. ash fan. Iluclui leave, areiently atlmulan', with a pecull.r ieti.Jt.ncr to
Hie Urinary Organa. '
They are given In complsiuts of Itio Urinary lire ins, such s, Oravel, Chrntc CaUrrh n the
Madder, Morbid, lrr,ILatlou o'tlm Hisldcr and Urethra, l)iaeu.e of the Prostrate Oland, and Iteten
tlon or IrvordlSence at Urtt.e, from n loss of tonu In the part concerned in Hi evacuation. The
remedy has also been recommended In Ityspepsls, Chronic KhetimMi'iti, Cutaneous Affection! and
IliLKtuLo'tEiTiicT llrciif (k used by persons
In the decline or Clung, of life; after Confinement
in anectioni peculiar 10 rciiiMici., trio h.itrrt jiucrui imim-ti,iiri i,y any ctber ratnedy, in
Chloris or Itetentlon, I'ainfulnca, or ritippreasicu of i:iil' nsry Evaiiiations, Ulcer ile.t or Hchir
roil, Bute of the Uterus.
UiKijuor tjii lUtcina, Kiin, (Yiavsl au Duorj ir, l hwiniana. Thin medicine Increases
the power of Digestion, .ndexettea the Absorbents Into healthy action, by which the. vVatery or Calca
reous desposliions and all Unnatural Knlargi inents arn reduced, as well a I'ald ami Inflammation.
I'lLstaoita Eitact llucnf ha cured every ce of Diabetes lu winch It hu been given. Irrila
Uon of the Neck of the madder and Inttiminaiinn of tho Kidneja, Ulceration of tt.n KldneT ami
bladder, lUteutlou ot Urine, liiioi.f. of the Proalrale (.land Htone In the lltadder, Calculuv, Grav
el, Ilrick-Duat Dersit and Mucus or Mitkr DivharKe. and for enfeebled and delicate conatitu
tiona of both sexes, attended with the following ajuiptoma Indisposition to Exertion. Loss of
rowarl Loss of Memory, Difficulty in llreMliing,
n aavmiuria, iiiiovsa ut mon. i am in in i , jioi jiaii'ipi, r mnnini; .01 tne tiCHiir 1'rjoeai 01
the bkln, Kruptiou 011 the Ka3e, I'allld Cjiinlcn.itice, I'aiTcrral Latitude of the X uvular Bv.tem.
HuaiaotB'iKxTSACTlIrtTrruDlntcllcanJIIIood-l'urfyin, andourea nlliliaeava aililnz from
habit, of dlailpation. eictian and Imprudence In life, linimritlin of tho lllood, etc, ruicredloK
UUpalbalnaMecliori tor which It if ned, in conn'tion with IUloli.' Ito.i Whii.
Uewareofcouiiterfeila. Atk for Helmild'a. Tiko no other.
lat acrlbe ijisptoma in all cwmmuni;ntioa.
HELMBOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
THE ORE AT DLOOD ItItlFIER AND I1KAUT1 KIKH or THK COMPLKXIONj
IIELMIIOI.Ii'.S KXTKACT NAILSAI'ARII.I.A
III radically exterminate from tho jrtm ffoiofula, Brphllia, Vor Fori-a, L'l.'e.i, Sure Eet
Horn l.e, bore Mouth, bore Heal, llroitchltis, kiti Diicae, Salt Itlieuni, Cankeri, Itunoma" from
IheKar, White Hwelllni!", Tumor, Canceron AHectinna, Is'ode, Itlcken, (rliiidular bwelllni, M(lit
Hweatt, Kaah, Tetter, JIuniora of allkinda, Uron'c llheumtlam, Iijapepii, an I all iim-i- llim haTe
teen ratabliihrd In the ajatem for jtf.
Ilelng preparel eipr'alj for the a!urecornplilnt, Itn lllood- uurifjinx propertlea nro" greater
than any other Haraapaulla. it plu-athn cnrniileiion dear and healthy color, and re.tona ihe pa.
tienttoaatale of health and puril). Kcr purilylnK the blood, remount all chroniu conitltutlonal
tr for the curoflnaand hwrllm, of the Uonea, L'lceration, of llio Tliro.il and I.eirt, Hlotchea,
I'linplev on the Face, Kr)alnli, nud nil S:aly Krui'tlom of the .Skin, and lleautllylna; the Complexion,
HELMBOLD'S CT.A.W:BJV. IFIXiLS.
The moit reliable I'L'RG TIVF. and CATIItltTK; known, unenedinir Hill.. Mazneala. etc.. in
Sick or Nerrou Headache, Jaundice, Indieeatlon, ConitipMion, Liiapt ain, lliliouaaeaa, LlicrCom
plalntt, deneral Uebility, etc Fn na'iin, m Ktlpmr puna, hut mild, plea-ant and tale In ofieration.
TheUATAWHA GRAI'K 1'ILUS nrc purely inclBblc, being compoatd of dtawba Orape Juice and
Fluki Extract Ehubaib.
lleware of tho.e cheap paler.l pill", curH'ily !icpnred by Im xperienced peraona, Tended in
wooden tKixra.'rnoit of which I'-ontiin mlher ealoinel, merrury or other deleterious drug.
II, T. HKLMHOIjD, Piactical and Analytical Chemist, .ri!)J Uroadway, K. Y.,
and 101 houtU Icnth ftt., I'liilfdcljiliia,
If It V
CLOSITG- OUT COST !
The 1 i.bllc nro here by notiliid that
HOOTS, SHOES, HATS,
Hrlonglnu to the caliileoftho lato
WILL UK SOLD AT COST
T THE OLD STAND. CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEV EE
V K X L S K IN
O U O C K 11 1 K H ,
Ohio Levke, :::::! CAirto, Ii.i..
oaurm rnoxi'iLY rniin.
O. D. WILLIAMSON. .
No. 70 Ohio I.p ye,
OAIHO, I LllNClB.
given to Conslgnmenln
.1 1 I rw. nlfFa.
IIP recrular annual term of thin Law Hchnol
will open on Wednesday, October 11th, H71.
II course, two terms alx moutna, osen. mil
application on or ocroro ucioocr Tin. iafi.
Itloh fee, ICQ uu per uuntim, tor particular
Acting Dean of Law Faculty,
ti JNUlViU OW PL, Oil JiVIUlO, 1'IU,
mT n , cm T ATTIC ,J
Iroin tin-nso of la to ZJ, n 1 Irom l'i to a, or
or l.br l'in; lled-wettlnir In children.
Weak Nerves. Trembling, Horror i f Diseat,(J
i;unhlnhed upward of.tjyctra. 1'repared by
l'a. bold hy Jnuirgistt", everywhere.
Ihe brte mid tnafinifictnt stock of
K T C,
MHN. NCOTT WHITE.
J. OKO. Sl'ElNUOUSB,
Cor. Ntli-Ht. mid t'oiMinerclul.nv.
o t)'Cleiui Towel and
irl,i,U' aint elilldrcn'H hair cut ami nham.
pooed, either at tho aliop or r.t tlieir own homes.
WrfionlIomenVw)naker and haTr'dyed In
olentlllc mariner. utialactlon guaranteed.
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do nil kinds of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
KKPAirtl.VO OK KVKIIY DKSCIIIPTION
US TIIK MOST nttlONtlllK TtltMS.
"VltDKHS left at tho reatdenqo ot Mr. Kcnnody,
on Center atreet. next door to tho now school
house, or addressed to tho care of 1. O, llox H
or the Uulletlii olllco, will rwcivo prompt atten
KtportVil mprclnlly for Hie 'nlr llul
Irllii, Ten ItonrM in nilvitnro or Nt.
HE FAVORS GOV. 1). GRATZ
KKOWN FOR PRESI
DENT. rcKrriK c. ciaflin marks a
AND AXNOU.N'CICS HKKSKLP A
.; CANDIDATE KOU CON-
'RESOLUTIONS ENDORSING IIEH
ttl'SS! AN MINISTER RECALLED.
Nkw-Yobk, August 12. A Washing
ton special suys Secretary Pitb, on Juno
ICtli, Instructed Minister Curtain to re
quest the lluulan government to recall
'Minister Catacoxa, on account of his pre
varications in rcgard't'oofficialtrunactwiu,
ana thai uurtnin nu repuea tnat mo ltui
lian government will recall him and de
signate M. liodiruco, tho Kuaiian consul
gtiuraVnt New-York, to take his placo.
.SE.N'ATOK 1IL.MII INTERVIEWED.
Senator Frank lllnir hxs been inter
vluwttd at Cape May, and says whilo some
democrats think the "now departure;" is
sue u wiso movement, others will regret it,
and that it it, at best, but a natural so
quonco of the nuwies movement when
they put Chaw in tho list as a presidential
candidate,, lie thinks
for 100,000 majority in tho neit pres
idential "campaign without regard to the
now departure, und that the most available
democratic presidential' candidate is Gov.
GraU Brown, who has always been a now
departurist; and who could securetha sup
port of tlio Getuian republicans of the
country on account of his championship
of luo.nnti-disonfranchising movement in
Missouri, where Urnnl's troatmont of
Sburz and tho German citizens Increased
that class against tho administration, not
only in that state, but cLowbcro through
out tho country.
A mass meeting of Germans was Inst
night wns addressed by
TKN.VIE C. CLAFLIX,
aonounclnghorselt a candidato for congress,
holding that woman was as much ontitlcd
to hold public office as sho was in fultllling
the fur-ctions incident to citizenship. Sho
said that just as the religious American
has tho Drivileco of coinir to his church on
Sunday, so must tho right bo equally so
cured to you to seek your recreation just
wboro you can una it, ana annic your
lager in peace and quiet so long as you do
not disturb public order. A series of res
olutions accepting her as a candidato wero
adopted by tho Gorman progressive asso
ciation. Jno. Foloy, on behalf of tho citizens' as
sociation meeting, has addressed a letter
to tho. mayor, saying tnat a launiui copy
of tho cllv and county pay rolls is de
manded, showing to whom and to what
payments have been made; also, bills
showing the accounts acainst the city with
tho proceedings of the board of supervis
ors, lurnlslilng particulars in tneso respects
together with u transcript oi me control
ler's books, as payments mado by him.
If tho mayor falls to disprove tho cbarces
made against bim, ho must at onco vacate
his office. Tho letter bears tbo names of
many prominent merchants and bankers.
Herald ltomo letters contain informa
has scloctcd tho island of Corsica as tbo
placo of futuro retreat, though any deter
mination on his part to loavo Homo has
not been mado apparent, and that Cardinal
Antonolli hud a chateau at Carto placed
at tho disposal of tho holy fathorVy M.
Vail cry, of Monsullci, which is being ex
tensively fitted up for his rocoption.
Tbo publication of the popo's lottcr
has diminished tbo salo of those shoots to
about one-half, and that their total disap
pearance at this rato will bo witnessed in
a short time; but notwithstanding this re
sult, tbo revolutionists aro at work with
newspaper organs, and a now journal, en
titlod Luther, has been projected; which is
aimed at the destruction of tho popo.
A deputation of Roman cilizons who
presented him with contributions at
I'otor'a Fence, said that whilo relying lit
tlo on prophiclcs contained in books, yet it
was written that the tlmo would come
when tl.o Holy Soo would he forced to llvo
on charities, but would novor bo wanting
This morning at 2 o'clock the police, dis
covered n man lying at tho corner of
Eigth avenuo ana Sixtieth strcot, bleed
ing from a wound.in tho hoad. Ho died
whilo being romoved to tbo station.
savod tho llfo of a child at South Hay,
L. I., yestorday, by leaping into tho
wator and rocolvinj: tho child as it was
sinking for tbo third time.
Two thousand persons hove mndo appli
cation to the
AlIKIUCAX COLONIZATION fiOCIETV
to bo sent to Liboriu on tbo ship which
sails for that region in November noxt.
Tho Fulton ferry boats, runnltit: recu-
lnrly, liavo a framo hanging up in the
cabin intendod for an inspection cortillcnte
but no cortiilcato ia in it.
Tho organization of a now regiment,
mado up of French citizens has been
Tho Irish cltlzons havo been recontly
orgnnizlng a now regiment, and at a
mooting last nit-lit tbo roll of members
was nearly flUoi. Tho regiment will bo
known tu tbo Eighty-tlgO), and will bo
ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, AUGUST
ofJlcorcd by men who served In tho Irish
Uray, tho first mato of tho American
ship, Cornet, was before tho United States
commissioner to-day, on chargo of cruelly
abusing a seaman named John Dohble.
Dobblo swoars to having bcon strung up
by tho thumbs, throe hours nt lime, itml
being brutally beaten nnd kicked whilo
handcuffed nnd chained, llruy wrs held
THE ELECTIONS IN MEXICO.
REMOVAL OF THE FRENCH
THE GUN COTTON EXPLOSION.
1IAUK A MKMIIEK.
Lo.viw.v, Augut;r--Itli reported that
Lord Chief Justice Cockburn lias been
made a member of tho arbitration board,
under tho treaty of Washington.
has, in consequence of her victories over
tho Kgerio, reconsidered his determination
not to send the yacht Livonia to America.
Sho will sail shortly for Now-York in
placo of tho Cambria.
THE OUN COTTON EXl'LOSIOy,
which occurred in Slaw Market, was terri
bly destructive to llfo and limbs. Twelve
persons wero Instantly killed or fatally
Injured, and forty others sovercly or slight
ly wounded. 'Intense excitement hit,
been occasioned by the disaster, nnd is in
creased by fear which prevails of u further
Citt of Mexico, August C The op
position is gaining. Lords has '.',227 elec
tors, and Diaz 3,091. The Diaro Official
says that Juarez has 5,028.
I'alacias Is commanding at Matatnoras
and Continos at Itio Grande.
Thero is quarrelling over deprodations
committed on tho American side.
is feared und preparations aro being made
havo been sent to Uasco to put a stop to
Oeklin, August 12. Bismarck has de
cided that tho AUaco school administration
shall not be sectarian.
HKMOVAL OF THE CAHTAL.
Paris, August 12. Tho municipal
council havo entreated Thiers tu have tho
capital removed to Furls. Thiers says tho
question rests wholly with tho Assembly.
TO UK REBUILT.
Tho city couueil has voted to raise it
loan of 350,000,000 francs, to be used in
rebuilding and repairing cdillces dts
troyed er Injured during tho reign of tho
to the prolongation of Thiors1 term is said
to bo growing rapidly both in tho assem
bly and among tho peoplo.
THIERS AS TREStDENT.
In the assembly, to-day, M. Hovel, of
the left centre, moved that tho title of
president of the republic bo conforrcd up
on Thiors as tho chief exccutlTo; that hu
be, moreover, on trusted with tho promul
gation and execution of tho laws; that ho
be authorized to receive ambassadors, and
that his official residence be at tho placo
where the assembly may sit.
THE RAILROAD RRIDGE
Portlani), August 12. The Muino
Central railroad has directed an investiga
tion to bo at onco mado of ovory bridge on
Tho station agent at Bangor declined to
give medical aid to tho wounded at tho
Tho coroner's inquest was continuod
and tho ovidenco showed that tho decay of
tbo bridgo was tho causo of tho disaster,
but it does not appear that tho rottenoss
of tbo bridgo was known to tho olllcinls,
although an inspection of the bridgo was
mado iu Juno, und ordors woro given for
strengthening tbo bridgo on account of the
strains to which it was being subjected.
A DOUBLE MURDER.
Denver. Col.. Autrust 12. A douhlo
murder was committed last night thirteen
miles up tho l'latto from Denver. G. M.
Bonaclnu arid Mrs. Nowton. his sister.
woro shot by a Gorman farm hand named
Theodore Moyors. Bonacina is dead and
jurs. .nowton is 1401 oxpectcd to live.
Meyer is still at largo but a consider
able roward is offered for his arrest. Mrs
Nowton thinks Moycrs was hlrod to mur
It appears that sho was married last
summer to ono Freidcnhal. who owned
tho property, but, after tho marriage,
docdod it to her. A quarrel occurring
soon aftor Frcidonhal left, and Mrs. Now
ton and her brothor havo slnco lived upon
tho place. Suspicion naturally points to
reidonhal as being tho instigator of tho
TWO MEN MURDER EI).
tfltw Our vivii A is mi-., in A t.rt.ii twit
1 iV U litis .."".IUWII "
o clock this morning, Domnick Byrno in
llictod tlirco dangerous wounds on a cab
driver, who wont to tho hospital bleeding
Subsequently, llyrnu stubbed Patrick
Ilagoy twice through tho heart, killing him
instantly. Byrno was arrested by tho po
lice Tbo murder occurred in a coilcc
bouso, near Paydeas market. Cause,
WAsiiiNfiTON, August 12. Haromotor
remains without rnatorial chntigu nt the
Kocky Mountain station, with high pres
sure north of Wisconsin. This oveninir it
now extends from northern Michigan cast
ward Into Cnnndn. There is low barom
eter in New England nnd is central In
Massachusetts, with threatening weather
and rain southward. It litis fallen gener
ally from Minnesota tu Kansas and In
Gulf state!. Tho tempernturo is lower
thnn yesterday on lakes Kriu nnd Ontario,
but has risen somowlmt front Louisiana to
Georgia. Italn has been reported from
southern nnd gulf states, and from tho
lower lakes to Tennessee. Partially
cloudy and clear weather now prevails
west of tho Alleghany mountains and
IJIuo Ridge. A smoky haze continues in
Tho barometer will probably continue to
fall north-wost of Illinois, and to less ox
tent from Texas to Florndn, nnd great
rains probably for three regions Sunday.
Disturbance of some extent will probably
bo developed in central Floradn. Light,
local storms nro now prevailing on tho
coast of North Carolina and New England,
and will probably ho experienced, and ris
ing barometer with warm weather will
prevail Sunday from Virginia to tho low
er lakes and New England.
FIGHT AMONG FIREMEN.
DAVIDSON, THE PEDESTRIAN,
Little Rock, Au . 12. After tho firo
last night somo llrcman got into a fuss over
wno inrcw uio nrst water, resulting in a
general fight, in which several wero
seriously injured. A negro policeman In
terfered but was badly beaten, together
with twoor three other colored men." This
morning riotous demonstrations wero
again mado by negroes who threatened
tho life of tho chief of tho firo department.
Tho matter wns finally settled.
Davidson, tbo pedestrian, lias now been
walking 00 hours, and has four hours yet
in which to completo his task. Ho is'nl
most exhausted, but will without doubt
co.no out successful! v.
SENATOR SCIIURZ ADDRESSES
THE GERMANS OF
Chicaoo, August 12. Karowcll hall was
El'.ed this uvoning with a large audience,
who listened wit.t great interest to Sena
tor Schurz, of Missouri, who had been in
vited to this city by prominent Germans,
for tho purpose of giving their, his views
on tnc great political topics oi tuu any.
I THE NEW-YORK AND HOSTO-V
1 Boston, August 12. Tho New York
Yncht Club is visiting this citv to-dny
anu uinos at i uii'a i-oint fl.'iiriy tms alter
noon. On Sunday thoy will havo relig
ious services on one of tho vachts, and on
Monday a grand rcgetta will tako place,
tho start being mado from Swampscntt.
I RETTING AND THE RESULT,
-Niagara Falls, August 12. A young
man named A. C. Smith, residing iu
Brooklyn, committed suicide last night by
jumping from the bridgo leading to .Sec
ond Sistor Island into tho rnpids. Ho had
hot his money on tho wrong horso ut tho
Buffalo races, and lost it.
COMMISSION OF CHAS.
Washington, Aug. 12. Tho commis
sion of Charles Krancis Adams was signed
to-day by tho secretary of state at Long
Branch, and will bo forwarded.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
New Orleans, August 12.
COTTON Dull; sales 1,100 balus good
ordinury at ISJfJiilOo, low middling; 1UJ(
hi:; rccuipia uto uuius; uxpurts, lorcigll,
FLOUR Quiet; superfine $1 25, XX
JO CO, XXX 0 8iJ7.
CORN Finn atC807Oe.
OATS Quiet nt -1852e.
PORlv Sales at SUfi)lt 25.
BACON Dull at TbJlfHjSe.
WHISKY Qulot nt ttiiofi)l.
COFFEE Quiet nt HJ15e. All
St. Louis, August 12.
FLOUR Dull and unchanged.
WHEAT Dull and drooping; in
apoctcdNo. 1, $1.00; No. i, $1.0!. 10;
No. 2, samplo, sold at S1.181.22.
CORN Dull; mixed and yellow, I3e;
whito, 47u; mixed, lu bulk, lie; white,
OATS Very dull; mixed, sacked, 30
RYE Unchanged ; No. 2, COftGUo.
PORK Firinur ; held higher "at $12.50
12.75 for tiidts.
BULK MKATS-lllglmr and in do
maud; sales of 100,000 pounds loosu ahoul
ders at UJc; 00,000 do clear rib on private
BACON Stronger ; shoulders, Go)
cloar rib, 717J clear sides, Bio.
LAUD Quiut and liomlnair
WHISKY Dull utOOe,
BULLETIN BUILDING, WASHINGTON AVE.
ID JEi UG-G-IS TIS!
tv n tt. M.tar
AT 1IAP.CI.AVS' DltUO STORE.
Kiimt Hrmr, Ilutr.
MOCKING HUM) FOOD
.u. Jm.uirrnn farJiwinni-T! tboibix
jl i: i. m n oi,!)' g
GRAVE f catawiia ) f (utAi F. ) PILLS
CATAWIIA l. IIItAFB
GRAPE CATAWIIA ) 'i (.ORAFF. ) PILLS
AND Atl. or
ii i: i. m it o i, ii .s .si i: i) i cix i:n
Ahtaya In alock in l.irije "iipply, and for sale h
It it r I ii y HroH.
JUST It K C K I V K II
I'ni-Kiilclij- t!iiln, ItiiKIc or (.'nllnn
S"Kxti!a Kink Coi.oo.sk;
CGENiriNi: Importko Extracts;
CcjrllAin, Tooth and Nail Brushes;
a5""lNii.v RunuKR Nursery Goer
PURE WHITE LEAD
PCRE FRENCH X.I -SC.
lie.'t firudc In large atoek nnd va
riety, very rho.ip;
a Lo r
Full Link of Colors,
Mir ami in on.;
I '.lint Hriiahe.', I.i'isccd Oil,
Whitewash I Aishx Turpentine,
Vnrnlahes Etc. etc.,
ALL Kl.sim A.SD TAMMU11 0.1'ALITirS
WLVKS AM) I.KtUOJtN.
Importer mill M'holotiilo Dealer Its
TOBACCO fie CIGAES.
Atent fur tho best brandi of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
IiiiHitel Ales or DltrereiitUlmls
7o Ohio Levee,
tf CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
at eeramm wiiie 1 arocKKLtTII
111 ii 1 1 j rr nun , iioiesiiix ireiiier ss
I'oreiKH nnil Domestle
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC,
No. 78 Ohio Lkvki:,
S-I'iUN 1"1K!.II lit, I 'K, CVIIIO, I M.INOH,
1.7 II lieepaoa hnnd constantly n full atock of
S I.UIM ieuiuekv noiiruon, ii)i aii't Jiononna
iicl.i Whlakiea, French llrandlert, llolliind till,
lthine,iiuil Ciilifonii Wine. Im'Hif
ST. LOUIS UNIVERSITY.
Tlie I'lirty-'l'lurd Anim.il Heanoii of Ihe
Will open 011 Mondny Hept. Hit, '71
I'lm in the only IiHlilnnrm of Learnldc mlhii
weal, having I'leae-tablialied III IN.M. Thecourao
of alndlCH otlcra olerv licllUy for UL'iiiirlt'K 11
thnroiiKh Cl.isaienl mid Cuiiiinerclnl eiliicallon.
CuI.iIol'Nus ennhiinlni.' liiatrilcllona to nnrenln
and ful ii.irllculnra, mil ho sent nn niMllleation to
ltf.v fi. II. MTUNTKIIKCK, h. J.
t'leai.ieni, 61, Louis L'lilterally,
Whercn,. Wllllain II. lliiikouml Uu.":inn;i tlurko
Ins uife, did nn the '-M d.iy of June, A. I). 1n'-i,
oxeculu ttielr cerium lnoriirairo er deed ot trust
to laliam .N Haynlnto aeeiirecnrtalii ikiIiis tliere
In iiivntioned, uhicli deed of trust uus duly nc
kiumledLeil 11ml reenrded In bonk "II" liaise. U3.1
end. Ill in the recorders oilli'o of Alexander coun
ty, Illinois. And itliereas, delimit lias been mndo
11 ine payment o: suei uuiea. ;ow, inereio;e,
11 nreordaneo wlllt tin iirovisioiiH of .aid deed
and liy tirtiio of llio powi rs therein contained, I
Mill, on Friday, tho Istdaj of September, A, I,
iiii.iii tne iroiu uoor 01 inn court imuse or Al
ex tider eotintv. Stato ol IIIImoIh. m e o'elneL: if
cud day proceed to tell tha tollowini; deicrlbed
tiiieriy, .iiiiiiih lying iiiina city ut uairo, to-witi
l.i.t.i iiuinbered nevcnloeii (17), eiuhteuit (is),
nliietudi tl'.l) lu block tluydour (All, 11s tlie sal no
ush unused to I mi nUtted and recorded bv Measra.
Tn)lornnil D.tvls, the samo I10I111; ileacnbed in
a ltd deed ot trust, foreaslt in hand to the highest
bidder, mid will eievtita to the purchaser or pur
chaser a deed for tha a.une.
KldZAIlUTH (. HAYNIE,
AdminiHtrslrii lor IhIihiii N. llnynio
July '."HIi, lull, ivMia,
The copartnership heretofore :l,iln Al
bert M. Wood and Kdirar M. liw, under ih firm
name of Wood & Low, lherebV ul'ol"ed"by' mu l
due said firm, and pay all debts contracted by the law
At.flF.RT M. WOOD
F.LKJAK M, LOW
Caibo, Ills,, Ainru,t 7, t3;r.
The copartnership heretofore exUtlns; under the firm
name of II, t. I-choU U Co. Is hereby dioled. Mrs,
W ml ha, Ithdrawn. The buiincss will be continued
by 11. F. F.choli, who assumes all .the debt, of the Ute
in, anu 10 wnom nu mc ucdis uue ine saiu arm must
11. r. i:cnof.s.
MKS. SARAH WOOD,
viiro, nu., Aiigiiit ,th, ia,,.
A DM 1 NISTRATOR'S SALE
.t.?r f hereby alven, thM on Tuesday, the 15th
dAy of Attjust nest, between the hours of to o'clock in
the forenoon and 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said day,
Ji.S'Jf V 'i ,tsi,S"" f Auirku Weil deeeawd, in the
city cfl.airo,on the Ohio laivee, l-.tween Sixth and
Klgth streets, county r,f Alexander, hiate of Illinois,
he person.,! property of the decedent, consUtlns of
household and kiichen furniture, one sewing machine,
counters and shelving, ahow cases, liquors and cigars,
candies and candy Jars, also a leasehold estate hi lot
No. to, In block No. 3. In the city of Cairo, together
with the lirfck building on said lot and other articles,
will be sold at public sale.
u. M.c . uriu.cs 01 ici, man live uouar,
li tul,l tin tijixi . r:.- ii.-. ...1 - . ,,.
- r ..... ...n. "'Ulllll rtMU U.CI, Ull U (.rCUIl
or six months, the purchaser givinil note, ith ap.
luuis UUITAU, Atlminlstrator.
Cairo, July 35, i8;t.
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Just published, in a scaled envelope. Price, Gets.
A lecture on tho natural treatment, and radical
euro of Pperm.itorrhea or Hemlnel Wenkne, In
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Consumption, Kpllcpay, and l itsj Mental and
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etc., by Koht. J. Ctilverwcll, JI. I)., author of Ihe
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"A 1I00N TO THOUSANDS OF SUFFERERS.
Sent under seal, in plain envelope, to nn nd
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LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN?"
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
Cnre colic nnd i-ripins;
in the bowela, nnd fn.
cilitntrs tho procoss of
and overcomes alt dis
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Cures diarrhea, disen.
tcry nnd mimmer com.
plaint In children ol all
It Is tho Great Infant' and Children'. KoothinK
Remedy in all disorders brought on by Teething
or any other cause. Prepared by tho
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Sold by Druggists and. Dealers In Medicine
0ELERRATED HITTER CORDIAL
iVHOLKSALE DEPOT t
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE.
N. W. COUNEU FIFTH AND HACK 8T3,'
JLItlH a reliable Family Medicine, and can te
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cal oropertles, v.o append a few of tho many
titleatcs in our possesnion t
Johnson's Depot, East Tonn., and Va. It.
jAco.SciirrTs, Esq.-DcnrBirt I nwousod th
Ultters I hnlo ohmlne,! lrnm vnn nn,l n ll..m
to be all thev urn recommpnilr.,1 inhn 1 rm.n.i
01111 botllo 10 nllord mo considerable relief, I teel
asthoudi I cannot do very well without them, in
my present Mnte of health.
u. iir..Tiu,i;. i.usoutni.tn at., Plilla.
... ... I'ostor llaptlst Pnsayunk Church.
Bold by W. P. Allen, 3S Mam street Dubuauo
Dealer In ull kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
1'iiriiicr'H Vnrsl anil Nfnblliiff
Cor. Wdshingtou-av, and Twontletli-st.,
11. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO L E V E K ,
V A 1 It . I 1, 1. 1 .V O I ll ,
A'su, keep constantly on hand a most com
pleto stock of
M-OTCH AND IHISII WUISKIES
l'ort, .Miuloria, Shurry and Catawba WInea
p HM VTU A CO. sell exclusively for cash, to
I I . ulneli r,ut Ih.v inuli. ,1... 1
tiou of close bargain buyerH.
Sircidi' atttiitioii yiven to Filling Orders,
B. S. IIARRELL,
DExVLEll IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 Commercial AvonUO