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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY AUGUST 24, 1871.
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
fly buying your
KimXITUK FACTOR V,
IVa.lilnglon-nv., Xnir Conluni llotmc,
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I . .4.
tle.tr. Elchhorl Ilmflier.deilr to Inform the
cltltens of Cairo that llicr re; m.mil.cturlng nil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
Ad 1 h.ve now on hand and fur mU, at
.Wbolranle nml Itflnll,
nil kind., and Kill continue to keep at their
BiLES ROOMS, IN TItrin NEW nuiLDt.NO,
Every dincrlpllon of cheap and cosily turniiure,
"Jfrlle Topped Bureau.,
Wardrobes, Soh Chair,
P Lounges, etc , etc.,
Which the; will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can s taught from any other dealer In
the city, (live them a cull and satisfy our.
Thursday Morniko, August 24, 1871.
JOHN II. OREULY, Editor ami 1'vm.ii.niu,
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tin tiattlht patronage ot MM'jtnt rtnlert nml
TUB DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLKTI.N.
John II. Obcrly A Co. have reduced the 1,11b.
erlption prion of l,u U'.ickly Cairo llullcli to
One nmrpernnnum, making It tho cheapest pa
prrpuMlitaod InFoutliern Minoia.
For President, 1872,
JAMES 11; DOOLITTLE,
Subject to the decision of the national Jem
ITheKtwYiiik IVoilJ t.u Hn.imr Iloollttl
"Hi record is so connUlehi and uutnr.
Hil,ed thnt it may bflikenedto a ttraiyhi
line drawn acros$ avuuUa clear beam.
unmerced by the fluctuating atmotphere
vi inmitur jiuuucs, mrougn the jxtst
t'.oni f ch lij Stmtur HJUttttJi(erul at Dt
(roil, in ,
,lo'..'.U,,"'3, ,' Camillu pr,ipo,..-d 10
IH-Ileitaaiii.t Koine and had l.eii iif down by
the Knnie ul UiM power. VVIieo he uu,
r- "r,"f ' wi .had i, ,i,r
m and the people of L,t,um V there
M licrtr - mult . .. illt'lr
iuuju uu kuomMi :
Ml !....fl.A...n .1
!!,.'' "."T, ,ll,u d"' ' ul. hae rnade them
le. i thuruw n kltvoa
iiiii uuiillliia, uhoi
Wmi'l'iNO ono'g iuother.in.nw is
imi uuuiuuu a tuxury m luaiatia. It
only costs three dollars.
hWKirr are the uses of adversity.
Napoleon hast written n letter, in which
lit. t.! l.,.11.f .1... .1
n. nunvD ma mm uhj regenera
tion of Franco can be brought about
by no other means than a regime baced
on religion, conscience and morality.
TiiK poUitoe blight threafons ib al
mom rum 1.1c crop in Ireland. The
grain crop of KurojH.., also, has falc
short, and it is believed that all cmrMir
plus wheat will find ready calo for for
cign markets an fMl fts it tJ
Tiik session of the Iiritinh Parli.v
merit closed on the twenty-first. In
ihe Queen's speech, alio expressed her
cntircj tisfactiQn . wWy thq farfaut ro
lationUf Great 'UritawiVitl, this coun
try, and declared that she. . T)aced fui
' reliance on tho dinrition ofUie Am.
'erioiHia to carry forward, with cordi.
alitynd teal, tho subsidiary mango.
mont whici liaye been determined ou
7, - ' Wl line lm made In. numeun.
H,i.,Vi' i ! """'e power undKlory ol
. ..... V.(.II111S. UIlllMI,
'for tlio execution of the Irmly of
' Wnsliiimtoii." Ami Airtlier, that she
"would ntit.risc the jiarlinmcut of Can
1 iul;i that the jirovi.-itms "Inch require
'its content ro. in J or view, highly
' conducive l" ihe interests of the do-
The radical jiro.s, with a tiers is font
whistling of the same tune to keep its
courage up, afliruis and re-aflirnis that
ilu- new dujiarturo if 11 fniluro mid hns
a . . . 1 1
had (he clicct to uniQtcgr.no inc ucmo
oratie ii.irty. J hat this is n striking
iiilaict' l (lie truth ol the out saw
tI1.1t the wiplt 11 father to the thought
clc.irlv proven by every indica
ion. In every state in which the nji
iroaching elections will fooii prove th
tatc of political sentiment, there arc
the incut cheering evidences of tlior
ongh unity and harmony among the tic
niocracv, and of the settled dctcruiiiia
lion of its individual members to lay
aside all minor considerations and mere
personal differences of opinion and bend
every energy to the important task of
delivering the country and the pco
nlc from the ruinous rule
of the party in power. Pennsylra
nia is bcliercd to be as thoroughly
democratic now as it was in the days of
Jackson. Tho Ohio democracy Btnnds
as.ono man in the congest to bo decided
on the second Tuesday in October.
Good ridical authority doubts not that
the democrats of California will bo suc
cessful in the election in that Stale in
September. In Maine, the radicals, in
anticipation of an "easy victory," often
the sure pcrcursor of defeat, are resting
on their oars. And in Kentucky, not
withstanding the fact that tho radicals
claim a reduction of the democratic
vote, 'iio candidate nor party ever
received so large n vote as that
given to Governor Leslie in the election
just past. The radicals may bclievo
their assertions in regard to the new
departure, but the democracy, so far,
havo no reason to be dissatisfied with it
or its results.
Laura Da Force Gordon has offorod
horself m an independent candidate for
State Scnatrcss from San Josquln County,
California. Slio only wants those to vote
for hor who think more of morality than
A strong-minded femalo in San Fran
cisco roccntly filed in tho county clerk's
ofllco tho following statement!
" 1 am a tax-player.
" Taxation without representation is
" I am taxed to support this Govern
ment: nm miido amcnablo to its laws yet
uenieu a voico in 1110 iruming 01 tnoso
laws which is irijicsfice.
"Elizaukiii T. Schenck."
The administration of Goncral Grant
is getting culled on nil fidos. In a lato
speech at Omaha Nebraska, United States
Sonator Tipton, republican, doclarod his
uncompromising hostility to tho present
administration, as npjonr ff.Pjnfj.fv
courso of tho present administration, and
1 noro piougo myselfto mako that opposi
nun uotn open una uncompromising.
inc atato election in Main will tako
placo two weeks from noxt MunJav
Each party bus a popular candidato, but
more navo boon no cir.iris to roiiso un tho
pooio. nnu n email voto and nn casr
m-jmuuean victory is nntlciiiatcd. To ro.
u 11, ... . . . . . "
iiovoino monotony oftbo camnaicn. It
has been propoic'd that tho two candidates
stump the .State togcthea, but tho weather
is rather warm for such work, and neither
ortho candidates apponrj disposed to enter
V daughter of ux-Uullector Hmvtho is
10 uo married shortly in New-York. Tho
wedding will bo it high lilu one in overy
.lnc!;soii, .Michigan, is ulllicted with u
youthful glutton, who devours raw meat,
eggs nml other uncooked food in astonish
ing quantities, and drinks blood by tho
He. Zollinger, eicommunicatod by
tho popo for his opposition to the docruo
of infallibility, disclaims any intention of
cutting loose from tho U.ttliollu church,
but ttveri thero is a necessity lor 11 ironorul
ecclcslastiealj refonnution, by which tho
errors which have crept into the church
muy bu abolished and a religion mom in
conformation with the ntoUorii demands of
tliu national clmracloristlcs of tho German
(luoon Victoria, who is at llalmorul.
is again aiok.
Tho lk-cUiovon cnntiiiiarv was culcbru-
Udatllonn, tJarniany, Saturday last.
- lieodorc Tilton liu ,t slstor who as
Mst him In filling tho columns of tho Oof.
Tho Chief Occupation uf thn imnnr tn
Wlosof (Jotbam at prusct, is tho study of
tl.n II.. -t.. t
... i.uMian langtrngf, m anticipation of
wiu-a icie with tho czarovitch Alexis.
C III.MII AL hCIKNC'E 'AII.INO TO CONVICT
TUK llAlUMOISK "llORUIA."
.''""!" '"llallimoro American, Aug. 12,1
A rumor has been floating about tho
it eo s for tho latt three dn? that Prof"
Aiken has completed tho analysis of tho
7'"" -"oior Henry Wharton
( brought from orrlstown omo "T,
ago), iwid that no poison has boon found.
1 tot. Aiken and tho mombers of tho mod-
inanity vviju aru PiinnnflfiM n 1..
j-uuioeuuui nioannijaisaecllno to KIvo
uuv II iunnnt m . iind m nh r. i
5 r a i ' - ..w wmm flULIJUrtltUB
uei 'wu ,av information on tho sub
ty for u, ,1 10,,t !avi"!'' n"'' direct authorl.
bo law i "wef "on, wo think that it may
vest aAon waV"? UiHt, 1,10 cl,cn"c'tl '-
woru oulv noKfttlve ... ?ulU, "htained
looked for we're noUoui J. ,bonf ',o!son
does not decide the nuoitlon J l ctW "m
Jor Wharton was 110 Uonod ur T, M'"
act that tho prJnceof ,,0
discovered in li s remain. .m i.UH nt
' w ...... ...u ue,)i:Ui ,1
taken away her son's Ufo.
AN $000,000 DIAMOND'
THK WONDEItFUL "CARLON DIAMOND," IN
(From tho St. Loill Democrat.)
A dispatch rrom our rorrcaiionuoni
"Moritnn," In Jacksonville, announces
that a Mtlt, Involving) probably nearly a
mil lion of dollars has boon commenced in
the .Morgan county circuit court, by Kc
brcca . Vail, AVm. II. Carson, Nancy
Mop, -Mary linker and eight others, against
Kitty J'lyn, Thomas M. Carson, Thos.
Jtoo and fourteen others.
Tho bill alleges that on n day too remote
to bo mentioned with certainty but about
one hundred years ago, ono Wm. Roe. of
tho statoof Virginia, bocamo possossed by
discovery of a certain gem or precious
stono. rcmarkahlo for iu . hardness, anu
llllaucy, and, so far M ft has been tested.
1 characteristics aro thoso of a diamond
of tho first wator; that this proclous stone
is oval In shape, and about ono and a balf
inches In diameter one way, ana sonic
grentor In dlamoter tbo othor way, and
and that it is of great value, viz-, 5800,000 J
that said stono is In tho hands of Thomas
M. Carson of Jacksonville. Tho plalntlu"
of this great suit pray that the defondonti
bo compollod to bring Into court tho pre
cious stono, and that a roeelvor bo ap
pointed by tho court to soil said diamond
and distributo tho proceeds among the
Loirs. . .
Tl.n holri tn (lila diamond fknOWn as
tho ' Corson diamond"), as far as can bo
ascertained, aro Rebecca "W. Vail, wm.
AV. Carson, Nancy Ro, Elizabeth Wilson,
Wm. Roc, Samuel Roe, Margarot Ellis,
Sarah Krumwody, Jiary Ilakor, Adolphus
ltoe, Augustus ilalotto, Bella Malotto,
Kittv FJvn, Fanny Payne, Rebecca
Loach. Jano Padcot. Lucinda Matbaws,
J. A. J. Carson, Virginia N. Stallin, Ma
ry E.Tunnoil, t rancii ju. parson, csusan
Carson, John C. Canon, Thomas Roe,
Era Malotto, Henry S. Carson. Melville
Malotto. and Thomas MaloU" Mr.
Thnman M C'nroon ufllllS CltV, a Dl&jUror
and brick layor, is heir to one-sixth part
of this diamond of alleged almost fabulous
Tho charactor and immenco value or
this proclous stono, as wo are informed,
was but recently known, although it has
been in possession of William Roe and
heirs for over a hundred years. If a de-
crco of the court bo grantod according
to tho prayors of tho plaintiff in the case,
that a rocoivor bo appointed to tako charge
of tho stono and sell it, doubtloss iu actu
al valuo will then bo ascertained. If it re
ally bo a diamond of tho first water, as all
tests hlthortoforo applied Indicate, It will
probably find n purchaser among the
CMwncd beads of Europe. Isaac S.
Eetchum, of tho Jacksonville bar, appears
for tho plaintiffs.
GALE HAMILTON ON THE NEED OF WOMAN
(Kiom the Independent.
Tho third cround on which the ballot Is
domanded for woman is that she needs it
for her own protection against mane Men,
left to themselves, mako laws for vromon
which are unjust ana oppressive, t women
must have tho law-making power in 'their
own hands,' in order to securo fair play.
I deny this wholly. I deny it in full
viow of tho fact that men havo made laws
unlust to women ; that tho only fear of
personal injury felt by women is of bad
mon, anu tuai a very targe pari 01 mo
suffering and sorrow of women comes
from the selfishness or ignorance of tho
good men with whom thoy are connected.
In tho faco of all this, I affirm that Amor-
lean women, as a clots, do not need pro
tection against American men, as a class ;
that If thoy do need it, thoy will never get
it, cither lrom tne ballot or lrom any
othor source ; and that, on tho wholo, tho
law us it stands is more tavornble to wo
men than it would havo been if women
had in ado tho law for themselves,
If wo havo como to tho point that wo
men must defend themselves against
men, wo may give up tho battle at onco.
uno man is stronger man ono woman,
and ten won ore stronger than ton worn on
and the nineteen mmtAarSt wo mon,"
JU" " ouuil in moy IUV uooui it, it is
not oven, like tho suppression of tho late
luuouion, a question ot timn. Thoy could
uu u 111 nan nn iiour any day. What is
tno us, then, or women's talking about
jiiuitcuiig mum suives against mon t Tho
slaves of tho South recoived m Horn go for
iw.-ir jiroiucuon,- oui protection against
niiuiui jiL'umsi 1110 nowor trial i.iwn
them tho sulleracro? That l a1,.htvI it
IS as 11 a woman ahotirl mv in a man . in
boliovoyounro a burglar and mean to 'rob
me. Give mo n eun. that I mav dnfnml
myself against you." If ho means to rob
her, it is idlo to expect him to give hor
tho gun. If ho gives hor thegun, (lis nroof
that ho is no burglar, and alio does not
need to defend horsolf against him.
THE POSITION Or THIt DBMOCHACT.
(From the Boston Tost.)
It is no now thine for tho Da
to plant thomsolvoson tho Constitution.
Thoy havo dono'it from tho earliest days
of our political history. It is nothing
more than thoy profess to do now. Not
oniy uo iney intend to hold fust by its au-
..., 1 ,j ni mu Biieoi-nncuor oi saioty now
but thoy aro resolved to hold tho Radicals
to it also. Tho DamocniHn l
Hint tho Constitution is tbo supremo law
of tho Union, to bo respected and obeyed
iu all its parts. It is to 1m flPPOniftH act a
wholo, nono ofiuprovisionsboing ignored
' uuium-u mr pariisun ends. Tho
ini-ndments boinc a nart of Dm
mcnt, thoy possess equal authority with
the original body. Tho whole is roceivod
jy democrats as 1110 rulo of tho country
11 its fedoruto cunacitv. Ti I.
tlio tamo ground in respect to the amend
monts that was takon bv Mnssachusnlla
Domocrats two voars npo. Thi. Imln..
ostubllshod, wo havo but to addrois our
selves to tho living question of tho hour.
T hoy aro many and weighty, and demand
mo must Buriou. IMOUfllt. it.lllnll.r
profers to ovodo thorn, and ralso issuai
that aro doad or irrelevant; but tho Uo
mocrocy will push on to tho ndjustmont
Stato and National Uomocratlc Convon-
ThnV w in 'iy 0I'r,cssthu dtorn.intion.
l",tko position on tho Constltu
Hon as It is, and demand Its Just and
equal enforcement throughout the Union.
nni . .i"S un,hftk basis they will ad
vnnco to tlio removal of abuses In eovorn
mont.the restoration of sound prRicinaU
of administration and tho rejlef It a fox
ridden country. 1,1
nrfK1'.0 Washington 'rl-0oxpoiC8 tbo
ImM&t " W..Wn ?f tU, AaminVatrfttlon
omciais at V oshington for economy bv
aying that ul u llrorlant pJfc
ngtho signature othe PeSidout mult
he sent to Long limnch by a special
mcssongor, who is flowed ton cents mi
cago each way for going and rMnrnW
hotel bill,, an'd otbegr excuses. " u "ft
mated that every timo the President
his name, by tho seashore, to a commissTon
order, bigamy pardon, or other paper, "t
costs the tax.payors $ 75 or $100, iccVrding
to tho allowance which may bo mado to
.i.fTTiu0.il,C8rf Yh' 0UtraBcJ and mur
dcrcd a little girl near Fulton station,
iiiCkmiili cnuntv. Ifruiiil.,, r. i... '
sinco, was takon from tho jail tho night
of his arrost and shot through soven tlmos
and left for doad. Tho noxt morning ho
war found sitting up, was taken to jail and
his wounds dressed, but afterwards the
clt cent took him out and hung him. Ho
hud confused bis crime.
h w"B of a K0li LB-"My hipplnese
AT? LOHO J1RANCU.
Fornoy's "Olivia" has been taking a
look at things to bo eoen at Long Branch.
ShOsayi: "All gatherings, whethor they
take DlaCO In tho vralnr nn (hn intcn In
tho large parlors, romind the obsorver of a
woman suurago convention, while min
are at homo toiling at their solf-appolntod
tasks, women. aro horo spondlng monoy as
though it wore water. A marriod woman
of tho fashionablo kind has a suit of rooms
set apart for hor axoluslvo uso. She has
sorvants who have neither eyes nor' ears.
fcJho hs a carriage lined) with' kaiiiWiii
luxurious as eider down. Sho has a profes
sional uamor 10 laao ner into ine Driny
Quid, who knbwtyboW tojmanaee to that
even tho Atlantic shall not visit her chtak
too roughly. She as usually a Tory young
man attached to her by, iatlslbla reins,
after tbo dramatic jtnanner of -Aunt Toot
wood and Mr. TJi6k.l'"l'hli Innocent crea
luro fills the mtaiUra cf.her vanity when
nothing bettor has been gatherod for the
slaughter. The most dosperita flirtations
are seething and bubbling while the hus
band is growing bald with hard thinking
in Wall street.' "Why, Queen - Elizabeth
was deniod moro than' half 1 the luxuries
this Amoriean princess enjoys."
women's wit IX DANOla."
Swing, that Incarnation of ruffianism', In
tho person of tho most hideout blackguard
in England, with a mob of thieves and
murderers at hit, back, attacked Plflold.
the old family residonco ot two elderly
maidon ladies, nemo renruuaocr. wnen
the moV wora on tho pblnt of resorting U
extreme violence, Mill' Betty Pen ruddock
expressed her astonishment to' thr ugly
leador of the band that "such a good-looking
man as ho should be captain of such
an ill-favored band of robbers. Nevor
again will I trust to good looks I" cried the
old lady, whose flattery 10 touched the
vanityrof Swing that he prevailed on his
followers to iilit. "Oul give ut some
bor,'Vhe said, "and we won't touch a hair
of your head I" "Yon can't," retorted the
placky old lady, "for I wear 1 wig I"
19 All the Democratic papers oi
Petersburg, Virginia, indorse tho so-called
" new departure, " The "Progress says:
"If tho flood had occurred Jn the time oi
Mr. Alexander Q. Stephens we .verily bo
liove that during the thirty-ninth day's
rain ho would havo been seen astride of
tho ring-pole of tho Atlanta Sun office
holding a faded umbrella over his head,
drawing up his diminutive lege to keep
thorn out of the surrounding surges, vd
calmly inditing 'a ten-column editorial to
tho pooplo of tno late Confederacy to prove
that the shower was null and void, and
the flood a matter to be resisted sit the
ballot-box; and no doubt people weald
have been found in Georgia who would
havo stigmatized Noah's ark as a new
doparture, 1 and havo hazarded both life
and soul on the faded umbrolla and ponder
ous editorial of poor little Mr. Stephens-"
A poor woman in Belleville, whose
son is a prisoner among the Insurgents in
Versailles, wrote to the ex-empress (think
ing she was still on the thrown) to beg her
to grant pardon to the prisoner. The .em
press replied : "Peace to the dead ( ihey
wero not tho guiltiest, andGoihas already
Judged them. I deeply regret, madatn, to
be of no use to your son. The right of par
don no louger belongs.. to .me. Of all my
put prerogatives it Jl the. only one I re
grot. I can promise you only to pray for
your son ; this I will not fail to do."
Wllk lUsItMaar attfUitAul, lw ml
Ita.depresaloa, IttvolBUUsrv emlMlusiB.
looa or aBifeai. deraiiitrrhtB, loan of
sower, dliiy beiul, turn or ramrj-,
and threatened Impotence aBd, !
Clliiy, una n vuterviKii cure an liuu1
n rev's IleBieoDatBlo MBveltle No.
Twentv-elitlit. Compo.od ot the moat valua
ble mild and potent CuratlTea, they atrik at
once ai ine, rooia oi mt maiwr tone up me ay.
i.m. arre.t IhedUchareei. and Imoart flsor.nd
energy. Ufa and vitality to thacntito man. Tncy
have cured thousand, of catea. Trice, o par.
pvekago of fivo lioxes and a large 12 vial, which
la very Important InobaUnate or old cases, or $1
per ainsle ImiK.I.MkKSTld'VioU'
way, M. Y. I'. ifcHUH, Agent, '
CARL L. TH03IAS, '
! preparod to do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOMINING, PAPER, HANGING
SIGN WKITINO, KTC ., '
At tlgure which defy all competlon, and In the
highest stylo cf tlio painter's art.
SHOP IN THEPERRY HOUSE,
or (.-UMUERCIAL AVIMDt AMTl
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
Is prepared to do all kind of
HOUSE MOVING, HOUSE RAISING
KKPAIIIINU OK KVICRY DESCRIPTION
ON Till MOST aiitONABLI TiaM8.
OBDKK8l.lt t Ue residence ot Mr. Kennedy,
.in,i.." Snl,e.r "trcr;' nef ' dw" lolheliSw aihoo
i?.u.i ' J "l''ra! to the care ofTp. O. Box It.
for the UulleilnotHco. will receive prompt alien
WINES AND LlttUOIU.
WM. II. SCIIUTTER
Iinportrr and Wholcaalo ier Iu
tobacco & cica-Aiaa.
Agent for the heat brand, of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
iiortcd Ales or UltTrreut Hindi.
75 Ohio Levee,
.." - - cairo, illinois.
V. M. STOCiKFLETH,
ti'rcisaoa roun a STocarLim
'iecllrtr aud WHolcanlc raltr
Eorelg-ii nnU Domeatlc
LIQUORS, WINES, ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Levek,
HpnixaririDHiooa, O.llBO, ILLINOIS.
n. n. candei
No. Pub. and If,1 a. Com.
FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
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SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
71 ekte vee.
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE
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1 " iKCtTBITYi f t"! MARINE,
At,......... l,iM,Stt 00
STOBn DwtUioM,' ruraUore, HuHt and CW
com, iaaorad Wf rau aa favorable aa aetmd.
permanent security will warrant.
reaMtetlnllv m.ir n . .III.... . rt.r..
C H. HVOHES,
IMM I43KAHT TICKETS.
FOR SALE,! JJW;j FOR SALE,
FOR SALE. J fegHUpOR SALE.
Faro from Livbbfool,
Fare from Loyscvyjxnnr,
Faro from Glasoow,
Faro from Qciinstowji
TO CAIRO, 1 i : i : : t i 4.8.2o'
BaJIord, atoms A Can , Aranta.
Liverpool; New.Torlrahd PhlladtlphU
vsnia oorraacr win enraa sTarMo aiivua
For Carrying tbs Hails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvarma laroiKirioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, ;Aot.,
UBroadwiy.jNow.yok, or to
ISO Wuhlngtoo Aveaue, Cairo, llllaois.
F. 8. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
DAB feBMOVXD FXOM rZBItY UOUSI
DRICK BUILDING on SEVENTH ST
OPPOBITK WIKTXB'fl slock,
' CAIKO, ILLINOIB.
HE haa greatly Improved' tils itoek. and baa
now oa baiid Ml kinds or
OUATOBU1K8, BBAKT8; ; '
PlKBMTw; HALL LID UTS,
OLOBBe, SBADM, BTC.
HE HAS MARKED DO'Vy.N' PRICES
0 the lowest living Of ur, M( Be,lnilee tha
. patronage of tha public.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Bteam Bngiuee, '
Flour ond Uriel Mills..
Saw Mill.. '
,a , , The "Tuppe," pnutjl Grata bar,
UiABIX FOB aXHUUt, FUBFMBe: '
DOORS, HAHIf , ETC I
W. W. THORNTON,
.1 1. 1 .1 .
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
LATH A 1ST 3D XATIMIIBER
Office on Tenth St.,
Between t'onttiierctal and Waahlnsiloa
A l?17 'Ornok Hlvef Paper Company'
A Hhealhina Pell and tjiiarti Camorlt.
II. W, John's Improved Hooting always on
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every de.crlptlon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Steamboat L u m h e r,
Furnished on shortest notice.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10 th and llth-sts.,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
THE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY,
Cures colic and griping
In the tiowel., and fa.
ciliutea the procea of
and overcome. .11 ul.
eaaea Incident to In-
t f.Qt.and thildren.
Mrs. f Cures ill. ri
Hyrip. 1 plaintinch
Cure, diarrhea, dl.en
It i. the Oreat Infant' and Chlldreu'a toothing
Remedy In all iliaonler. lirought on by Teeililng
or any other cau.e. Prepared hy the'
OBAFTON MF.DICI.NE CO., St. Louis, Mo.
Bold by Druggist, and
Dralera In Medicine
NATITRH'H flTtVAT TtvUTfnaTvi.
flAaunca UKJsAi BfcSTOKATIVL.
. W. COBNEn J IlTn AND ItACE 8TS.I
iowt acHgrrr, son riiorBirroii.
I a rallahle Fasally Medicine, 'and ran U
en by either infant or a ull with the .am
UClal rc.Ulta. II I. .r.rtuln
medy lor diarrhea, dy.entery, bowel, compiled
ul lowneat ot
apirita, fainting., kjck
Forctullaand. fever ol
Ml kinda. It la far better and aafer than nmmu
an aptMtlta.provea a powerful diceater of food
, . iuu euecia oi liquor iln a
cal properties, we append a Itw of the many
Johnaen'a Depot, East Tenn., and Va.
.jAfioaBsaunra. Ran 1u.rn.rK,,, iM....,k
Biltera l havo obiainod Iron you, and End them
to Mail ther arereeommaail.! ih i xn.i
one bottle to arlordmeconalderable relief, I leel
M thoagh I cannot do verr well without ih.m.m
Taypreaentatate of health,
v. Miua. lurMutnstb at., Phlla.
. m f)r "P,lt Pawyunk Churcti,
Bold by W. PjTlIeo, as Main street Dubuque
HOW LOST I HOW RESTORED
Just published, in a sealed envelope. Price, 6 cts.
cureof Spermatorrhea or Bemlnel Wcakn., In
voluntary Emissions, tiexual Dcbllilib and Iuipe
dements Co Marriage gtnuall: NerTOUsnoas,
Consnmptlun, Epilepsy J and Fila; Mental and
, iUi,,...Hii,.n.,., ...
Phyaleal Incapacity, resulting from self abuse,
in., uj noDh j, vunorwen, .n, u auwor ot.tnt
-ureen hook," etc.
"A. BOOM TO TUOUBANDB OF spfvebxes.
Sent tinder aaal. m tilain envelorui. tn an ad.
uu.ipgwBaaiii., vjt viia., j. ajino a vo., li I
jjuwrrjfCiew lors, rouoniceoox f.aoo,
f i9om mwa
BETHESDA MINERAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA' WISCONSIN
Miua wawi uiwacasowieugeuciire OJ ine 10-
trauiaxno .u mvuniuia unease Known aa Urlt ht a
dlaeaae and diabetes,
- Uright'i dissaso it fatal to the k Idney, the body
waatja,, away -dealioyi lite by starvation of the
Diaoates commsna with frequent desires to
ilTwiith aid EZh. ,n, ""'f"'"'
A'S",?IJI ea!f. l drofT havabeen effected,
briek-du,t denoilt, Inflaaiatloa of tha neck of Ihe
Uaddar. alkali, nod gouty awelltags. For the
"Tor it laupiurpaaaed. Ii wlU allay all inftame-
r""" m wunri organs i a twenty-
four hours, giving immediate relief also, a tear
lei fever It creventa the kidna r.nm,An,.(inir
and remove, all traeea of. l,mn..i. it wil
give rallof loall caaea of high fever. I
,. . auwaau uuhbaw
Oaneral Agent at the entingi, waukeab. yta.
llauUp. Uwnn .,,. i,h nr el the tore-
go ng.di.eaao. write lo the undersigned ilia i
asaljrala posseas hlmaeifo' clear knowledte of I
any ndiVlualcMa-no maltor oow long .land.
VVater-iaa poalllvo remedy ror the foregoing
allmentalt Laaoevai failed to do what he claims
uyaiL: rv5Uoni now tAiiM thivitifina
..AddMHtX , , B101UUD DUNUAlt, I
1 1 m ''SVtiPf-' W52ton, P.O.
a A Edward P. Duabar. Qaaeral. Manager al th I
mrrUlBBTI aBTaMW wwfwi twib uugaav wimwivhi
WY1 aaaamhanw aaal. .U.a rtaHararl I
iood eait aVlhe lemoteal part o the country, - """"aumjyaonwry rowaara.
V-ir t nliaM awVtvr uaeau. ill awaiariiu alio awiv I
W.U!&ttK "ATTINGER'S TONIC
CeVIOI IWeBawe"'" "M eBifav . I f A WT Tlrlrfla I I I I
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
ESSAYS V OR YOUNG MKN'
GRF.AT BOUIAL KVILB ANU A11UHKK,
Whleliinlerlerewlth tn.irrl.go, with anrn mea.i
or reli'rror tliperringnnu uuioriunaie, oisea
l Hlillll.ted. Hent In scalad envelone.frrn,
cliafae, Addrei", Howard Hanltary Aid Aocl.l
Hon, No. 2 South Nlatlt'ldi I'llllr-delpriln, I'a. f
A IJOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Pliate Cotinselof
lo the Harried i
ihn.n .iiouito tnarn
on tho phyalologlcH
mysteries nnd revelation, of the aexual av.url
with tho latest discoveries In producing and pre.
TCDiing nn.pring, preserving ineconiien','
. Thla la an lntereatlnr Mora of two hundred an
Iwenty.four pages, with numerou. engraving
and contain, valuable information for those wlto
are married or coolemplata marrlagn) still II I.
. . . "iwuantto ws under loca anci
Went to any one (free of pontage) for W cent
A.aurets Dr. BilUa'. IHanem
n.ary, Xo, 12,
tighthatrcet, Ht. Iouls, Mo.
Notice to the Afflicted and Unfortunate
He fore applying to tho notorious Quack, whii
vi.i-m.o in me puono papers or mine any nuacw
remedies, pcru.o.Dr. lfutla' work, no mattes
UIQOtl. " " ' "
mall, on the ill.ae.e. tn.ntlnn,! tn hia MtL.
Clu.tuntut Loula. Mo.. , mvf.laily
umce oi 4. B. DOBBINS,
A20 North Eighth St, Phliada.
A color nnu drcssitig timt will
4 !-! Al.
It docfl not produco a color
moclianically, tn tho poisonouf
v. ti t ii a '
I s i a rifi rri tin) nnl ey o i 1 1 11 dt fa. '
XL U I UUUU1 V I LDLUI LB LllO I11IN
by supplying new life and vigor.
Tf nan ana n liivnrirmt rrrnwli
ot Bolt, lino nam
Tho best and Hnfeat articlo '
Clean and Pure. No sediment.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
) . ;
E. P. MAYNARD, TROP'R
DR. RICH AC'S
I mV."f ,,,eP,r' "n.1. ,lme health aad
I money. Il.ooo reward for any case of djaeaae. In
any stage which they tall to enre.
DR. RIOHAU'S DOLDEN BALSAM,
Nos. 1 and2,are 'Jiegreateot alUntuea known.
VU. KICIIAU'HOOLDENELIXIII D'AMOUK
la tha irrMla.t lanln uwl ..trlnr,.., i. ...n..,.
calli.tT . "
VK niCUATJ'B OOLDE.N ANTIDOTE
Is the only reliable diuratic.
Tlieae remedies am net uli.rilt. 1a M,it
coinialnt., and beueAtnooei tail aregnaranteed
loeuecia rod caland stieuld cuia In.ri a... fnr
rhich Itiev are recommn,!.l. hn u ,.n..
treatment haa failed. Tens of thau.aada yearly
recover by their use, who have lo.t all hope, and '
I " wno nave 10.1 an nop, and
DR. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM
No. 1, cure ulcers, ulcerated .ore throat aad
..... ., viuni uicvr., ulcerated aore wr
mniun, .ore eye., cuianeoua eruptions, copper
It I. toe greatest renevator. alterative and
,,,uvi,w, wivuni 01 imi c.aip, acroiuia.
r known, remove, all marcurv from
the avutcin. and leav.a
1110 biooo pare anu
DR. RIOHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM,
cures mercurial aflectione, theumaliamin
forms, and givea immediate relief In all
I all Its
DR. HICUAU'8 GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for all urinary derangements:
Price, 1 per bottle.
DR. IIICIIAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOUK,
A ridical cure for nervonn nrreneral dahtlltr. tn
oldoryouns. Imnaitlnu anersr lih wonderful
Prico S3 per bottle, or two for t:
On receipt of prico, thus remedies will be ship
il to any placo. Prompt attention paid to all
irresnondenta. Nona irrnnlnn wlthnnl the mm.
uf "DR. iticiiAO's nor.DKN nuMtnra II. II.
ItiCHiaDi, sole proprietor,'.' blown in glass of
Circular, sent. Trade supplied aa a liberal dis
count. Address, Dr. V. B.Itlcnardj, 228 Varlck-st., N.Y.
nr&ond moner br exnresa or order cooda
through your DrugKl.t, aud jou will meet with
Dr. ltattiuger, eolo proprietor and.maoulaelurer
1410 BOUTH JxiI.BT ' ' ,
NT. XOVIM, MISSOCBI.- "
DR. RATTINGER'S'FBVER" DROPS
Are tlio champion mcdlolpo for the cureol Fever
and Aguo, Dumb1 Ague and all other' kinds ol
malarial fovers. They are purely vegetable, cure
and pernianeutlv.,. pa person Jieod Bate
r a socondtlmfl. when these drona can ho
obtained. Price nor bottle, Sl.SS. Ask for Dr.
DR. RATTINGKH'S VEGETABIlSi ."'
T.TVWtr TITTIT O
are excellent in nil canoe of 'costlveneas, bilious-
neither calomel nor any other mercurial nrepara
"" uf " ,nB oiooii. tney contain
iiionai aci quicniy and Produce no VrlLIni'. ' t
rtlce per box Scents. Ask for r ItottlMeVa
I v.iii,in i i... nn,. ' lor vr.iiwoaoj.p. ,
' , j
DB. RATTINGER'S DIARRHOEA
aaj maUNTERY POWDERS. .if
ftfJifJ?1..'""!'' 'inok and safe remedy for ail
Biin. v "'"rruoea ana Ulaontery afll ctlna adalta. . f r
If alrti a a....A.I a ...
a i J
a preyentlye against malarial feveraand'eaniolau If
Ty as a tonlo In caseaTf general deblty7'ce t k
ner Daokue. 23 r.ni. . .l .' . iT.,,
n eu uui lur luiinann till rare I warw tiAmi aaa
nT. U...W.h. Mr:. - I- .w. '. . ... , m,u, b i,.ru.,
" .v.mv, jyvu.r