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TEE CAIRO DAILY, BULLETIN, TUESDAY AUGUST 29, 1871.
ii i: a i' ixTAt r.Aur.yr
WINSTON & CO.,
HKAI ESTATE AGENTS
71 (sKt-ONP VLOOn) OHIO I.KVKK,
lil'v AM' SKM. ReAIj Kstatk,
BURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
S. I ureriar Conveyances nf Kind.
CENTRAL 110 I' S K,
Vllln Itlilsc Illinois.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
In oii of Iho bct u.l finest s loon in the ontin
l a ill l supplied with the !! wine. Ii'iucrs
and laser beer. The proprletorlnvil patronage,
.,-n.nt.i.,., ,n I. ...n hi. lifttriill fell And tt
iiiro them the best In the ho-tthlch la the best
in Villn Rlde. J)Wf
CORKER SIXTH AND WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntmnco on Hixth-st.,)
r. J. OakM,
H. C. Cad v.
K. II. LoJwtck
0AKF.3, CAMTACO. Proprietor.
couMF.nciAi.-AVENi'K, ni-rosm: r.
CA !.'(. ILIA
The House is Nkwi.y Fl'iinimiei
And offer to the public first-class nccotnnmdii
ILtis lit reasonable, rales.
Opposite the roslorfiee, onfiixlh Href t Ntwccn
This homo has been thorounhly overhauled,
refurnished an i renovated, and is now open fur
the reception of guests. The rooms are nil large
ami well ventilated, and fimhiture new. Hatch
kept nlsht and day, Jl IIS. 15 AFKNEV,
HOl'SU MOVER AND limi.DER
Is prepared to do all kinds of
HOl'SK MOVIXtJ, 1I0USK RAISING
llKrMiniNO OK EVKUY liESCKIl'TlOX
"N nir M'it itMniai. tiuM"
01; I KIN left at the rculenie et Mr. Ki rmedy,
on enter street, next door to tho new si hubl
lio .se, ir aildrcs.ed ti the inic of I'. I. llux H
for'li.. Hiillelin onVe, uill rcceite prompt alien
Tvkmiay JIoism.vo, .U'oivr 21', 1871.
I'HIN II. OHEUI.V, Emmn ami pinti'iini.
I I Sis 01 tilt llll.Y HlUMlM
1 1 mil, hy carrier,
'me .tarhy carrier, In adwitie u mi
re iinnth, liy i.tnil
Tire - rr.ontln
S month" I
i vcar, oi
7 I ofinalpnpero) AluamUr roan, ami of I hi eituc
a m,lt-niri. e j-mi nnl . but fearful ; imt-
I'iken on ,i!t tu'otctt uf luirrot la Ihr lmhlit ;
mlknhrceaivluicmiiM areuUtum, the Unlit
tinmlmt He iitn,t'i,not Mittiytnt icivler, anil
tnterprutnj ttitsinejtn mttt.
THE HOLLA!! WEEKLY IIL'LI.ETI.V.
John II. OUrly A Co. na reduced the ml.
scnption pnee of the Weekly Cairo Itull, ( , ,
Ont SJar per mum, making It tin) idie.ijie-t pi
lerputliihed In Southern Illinois,
ror President, 1872,
JAMES 11. D00L1TTLE,
Sulject ioihe decision of the national dem
Innilfcvoii niillii'ii. ii.toar belbro thu
noxt mcoliiii: ofconjirofti, (irovon to low
,!,., n litmilreil nnil six niillioiiH H" the
rq(.Tl. coiiccrniti: tlif now loan prove
Into, nml Mill tlio extortioners want to
lay flic people under contribution to
the amount of iwj hundred nntl thirty
million.-, jttt lo pny the inlcrestl How
lonp befnre tin' mcuso for legalized
robbery will he worn out?
Oni render will remember the dis
patch whieh was cent to the Associated
Press n few days ago, giving the nub
..lanee of a defense of President Grant's
nepolisin and avarice by Senator Mor
ton, in a speech at Louisville, mine-
ii i ,! r
companion oy any cxjuuiiauuii ui nm
, .. t. 1 1
elicitcu 11. it. appcarcu graiuiious iinu
in bad tustc. It scciih, however, that
it was made in response to n powerful
assault by the Hon. 1). W. Voorliecs.
He showed the president up as a man
of but a single characteristic tenacious
avarice. No Asiatic prince ever gloat
ed over bis dreams of predatory wealth
with a greater satisfaction. This being
his approachable side, the conspirators
against the treasury and against pure re
publican government have not been
slow to find it out, and turn tneir uis
i.rtvnrv ftl ipprsonnl ndvantaijc. Their
obvious method was to offer him a part
iicrshij) in whatever they were planning.
The whole atmosphere of this adnnnis
(ration is mercenary. '1 Ins is the taint
of corruption rccogauizablc in every de
partment. J ho ban Domingo scheme
has been professedly abandoned, after a
ccond rejection by the senate ; but a
vessel has just sailed from New-York
bearing a second hundred and fifty
thousand dollars for the lease of Sam-
ana bay, which is a lease without color
or law; and a United States fleet is
kept olTthc island at a cost to the peo
ple of this country, in open defiance of
ICondetised From our KichanRes.
A race courso has boon built within
oovenlerit distance of -Metropolis, and it is
much U8(l by lovers of Iho sport.
Mrs. McCartney lately undertook to
light a lire with Kerosene nnil was badly
Tlio Sunday laws in regard to faloons
nro enforced In Metropolis.
Work on tlio Normal University
commenced on Fridav last.
Mr Elislin Hoyd, of C.irbondule, died
tlicro on the 23d hut.
The citizens of Carbc ndale arc sulfur-
ing from a want of water. Many of the
cisterns of tlio town arc empty.
Curbondale has voted for eight months
school during the year.
Stephen Siuitlilcr fell oil' a ws.gon
loud of brick, in Carnil last week, mid
died of his injuries whilo being carried to
Tlio gallant young men of Curmi
take their lady friends on pleasure excur
sions on this locomotive.
Clrnrks Johnson, of Knlleld, full be
tween two moving cars uf u railroad train
last week. His body was cut in two. Ho
was inloxieatid at thu tune
.Mri.. Fruderiea llreiuir, uf Kmnilitv
died recently. Tlio shawnectown .Ur
curi.fays "Shu was buried at 8 o'clock
."siititlay inyht, with no eerenioiiv other
than the alternate lolliing of the church
ells at either side of the village. The fa
1.. . t
nuriii wus mrgeiy ultulideU nml tlio scene
was very solemn.''
1 huht. Luuls mid Southeastern llail-
ay Company nro now constructing iiiors
mm landings nt hliuwnuclown.
1 lio (iiillatin county Tuneher's insli
lute meet in Shawncotmvn this week.
IThe Nib Vorl World on Senator Doollttle.l
"if is record ii Aft ffm Intra ittul tnfnr.
niihtd that it tifIy i UltHfd to a atnright
line draxrn aerom a nuzzUa clear beam.
unswervtd ly tflC tbicintiny atmosphere
tif A inF.V,., . - I IT I if ' J
"m.wi 'vuiicar, inruuyfi utc jmn
' n tfrh .., X.mtur XHflMf.d.'inrr I
cw, la js'j
.tins .J? Jh,,P,"bCroimu proposed to
.i ?,i L' ' " Ullul" f"f tl'ey l'"d re
it,i k,m u" lA0""' ttuJ l' l''ii put .low nb)
llit kriliiex ol lliftl t.r.u a ei... Ii...
or.-- : .iinu nir iiiimi
UVoi'.T Zll i li, '"hst stmtt be doiio Mltb
I,?.."' """ IT"I'1 t l.stmm V tliere Mere
ll Ji '. !L',m . (hem slave.." ( .,u . i.ow .
;rv..,n,i,v;.. ou;;1 " muj i.eu.
fpieiiot u Hngle lint , Mw e , ( umH1,.
hiunrjp to tlH union amt iim t!au, muVc tl
hiiU to the poHffku J Klitry of tlm intHiii.
Tim most anxious man in Ohio is
Senator Sherman. His re-election to
the senate depends upou the result ol
the election in that state, and he is
zealously working to get his friend
nominated for the legislature.
Tun Troy Whig says that "Doctor
iirecley lion evidently "caught the
presidential itch, and bcL'ins to scratch
If be ketpB on scratching until the peo
pie content to muke him president,
there won't be auytvlt. Uft of him
The custom receipts at the four yxu
eipal ports of the United States New
York, Philadelphia, Hoston and N,w
Orleans now umount to more than
four and a half millions n week, or
two hundred and tbirly-four millions a
year. And yet the monopolist!! tell us
we cant take off u few millions of
proteotiTO or even Interest on the debt
to py. By makiug a proper use of the
idle coin in tho treasury, the iutcrcst
cliirg Bay bo reduced tn hundred
ii I.. .
i riiiei1 iiisitmroK nas receiveil it prus
nt or i ningnillcciit team uf three while
iussian horstm from the tiermalis uf .Mos
cow. I hu noises ate Irom the tame stud
as those presented to l.i.uis Niiiolenn two
M. Otiizot hus quite leeovereil, and ex-
iocIs to live to celuhralo tlio euiitoniiinl.
funrleen years hence, lio walks ten miles
daily, plnjs with children, listens to the
reading ofDmnm' novels, eats prodigious-
y, writes vigorously, and without sneetiv-
eles; and laku him n in u N(,rv
ruuiurknUu umn for it Krenehtnan.
lelcsclti.e wua thu noblest eharucler
in the Commune, u truly Roman type,
whose lliu was devoted tYr.,.,.!,..
death was worthy of his life. Hero lithe 1 ist
luter no ever wrote, lit, had left the Ho
le! do A ill,', and meant to go on a burrl
cade und die. Two hours uftur thU w...
yitten he was killed, with a musket in
ins liutid :
-Mv Cool) SlSTEIf. I will tint. 1
lout reaction. Pardon mo for donartln,.
i. ifi,,t1,rw,i lms,t """ct'd thy life to
l.ut 1 (eel not III mi. nm 1....,.. .1
c"B to bear ano , V.
us 1 love thee.
fnvorablv ktinwn fn llm tllstlnL'tllshed
nion controlling tlio affairs of tlio (lovorn-
tnont at Wnshlnolon. rrosldcnl roiK to oi-
fcrlilm n position In Turkey, mo rjuuan
Imvlng sent to tho United States Oovorn
montlorn eompotent mining onglnoor.
Ho nccoptcd Iho jiositton nnd llvod four
years in that country uuv,.nj-.,.6 . .......
eral resources with eminent success. Ills
practical cnvrstlgnlions wero accompanied
!.,i,i, ,.,nn v ii ii rel v scientific rosoarches
that wero comtnunicntod to tho Academy
of sciences at rnrts, nna
Inserted In their "jiiort ae tiavan
Estranges. " After nls return rrom Tur
mv lin snreofslcel v nccunied 1)0ltioni In
the universities of Louisiana, virgin and
Loulivillc. Ho ronrricd In tiouisviiio in
IBM n daughter of tho lato Holi .J as. UUld
rle. and two years aftorward icttlcd por-
1 ..... 1 1.- -..HtAJ
rnancntiy in mis city, wnoro no uei;uiu
tho position of Professor of Chemistry in
tho Medical Collego for many ycr. Lt-
terly ho has been aumintstortng mo annus
of tho Louisvlllo Gas Company, but is
said alwnvs to give ft fow hours each
dnv to " tlio gratification of bis
tas'to for mattors of science, and spends
much of his tlmo In thoprlvato but olab
oralo labralory connected with his resi
dence, and, in this way, furnishes many
scientific and practical papers every year.
His contributions to scionco number not
less ihnn from flftv to one hundred mem
oirs nnd other articles. The election or
Dr. Smith clvos to Louisvlllo tho honor of
Having turnisncu presidents ior me
two leading scientific associations of Amer
ica, l)r. David W. yantloii Having ucon
elected Prcsidont of tho Medical assocltlon
at its mcoing In San Francisco.
MR. J'KMH.ETO.V'8 KULOOY OX Til K LATK
"Who can comtnonco tho discussion of
political questions without being carried
involuntarily to that scone of anguish and
death which so lntoly clothed our party,
our State, nnd our country In mourning 7
" The silver cord is loosonod; tho golden'
bowl Is brolccn "
Tho voico that spofco so eloquently and to
well Is stilled. Tho intellect which
Ihoucht so truly exerts Its powers on oth
er subjects, in other spheres. Tho strong,
bravo heart boats not to conflict of time.
When I think of this I fool that we
might Imitate the captives of Judea, who,
by tlio waters or jiabyion, nung tneir
harps on the willows, and sat down and
wept wiicn tncv romcmoorca zton. i am
not know Mr. Vallandlgham so long, per
haps, as many of you. but I know him
very well. During his whole sorvlco In
Congress I was his colleague During tho
eventful sessions of 18CI-2-3 I was his dai
ly associate and intitnato friend. During
tho days of his nrrost, nnd trial and
imprisonment, I saw him at ovory hour
that it was possible, and did what I could
to mitigate tno pains wtiicit
AN INFAMOUS TYRANNY
inflicted. In all thoso times of anxiety.
nnd caro, and sulfering, I never hoard
irom ins lips ono word inconsistent with
tho loftiest patriotism, the most unfalter
ing hope, nnd tho most unblenching cour
age You know ho was nblo, and eloquent,
and self reliant, and studious; that ho bad
great strength of will and forco of charac
ter, and that magnetism which attracted
and attachod men closely to him. Ho was
also cool, and deliberate and patient. He-
yonu most men wuom i navo Known, no
was sensitive to attacks upon tho purity
of liis motives and character, I havo scon
him wounded to the quick his heart lacor
atcd until it seemed soro to tho touch, nnd
bleeding his life away by tho vindictlvo,
savage nbuso so unsparingly heaped upon
him during tho war. Never woro attacks
more unjust and infamous.
NO MAN I.OVEI) HIS COUNTRX MOKE
ntensoly, nnd sought for tho wisest policy
moro conscientiously, or would havo sac-
ritlced moro readily or moro abundantly
health, and strength, nnd fortune nnd
evon prejudices and preconceived opin
ions, tosecuro us weiiH.ro. lie would nave
bcon a war man ir ho could havo believed
that war would rostoro tho union. IIo
would have bcon n dovotod supportor of
tho Repdblican party, if he could have bo
liuvcd its policy would havo maintained
tho guarantees of liberty afTorded by our
constitution. As ho could notbelievo this,
lio would not sworvo from tho conviction
of tho "faith that was in him, " oven
though his heart should bleed and break
at tho blind misconstruction of his charac
ter, und the wilful pervorsion of his words
und uspersion ol ins motivoi. l tnank uoa
11 F. HAH I.IVKII I.0N0 ENOUGH
to sec that Time tho Avenger, In whom
ho nnd such unwavor ing rami lias com
menced his work; and that many who had
. . i .,... . i r
luaiigucu nun uiosiwcru uugiiiiiuig in sco
tlieir error ami lotto mm justice.
It hank (iod tlist al 1 10 asll hesun pene
trated Uin darkness of tho night, and that
his eye saw, even though only lor a mo
ment, tho mists of the morning dissolving
beforo its redlant beams. And If it bu
given to men who have gone- hence to caro
for, or to know tho estimation in which
they aro held on earth, I know this spirit
will bo gladdened by the fact that alt his
countrymen, without dissent, will believe
that ho was as pure as ho was able, as hon
est as he was brave, and as faithful as he
A RELIC Or' ANTIQUITY
MM. - .
will bo tl... i... V.?;;., . wy oi tlice
...... . - "ii hi v neari n,r.ir,.
a n.T . iioni ...v'...0UF, '"nJ wether.
.,7.Mh, i.i.Vi.r."..l"V?l5ln- The
' tin Uiola.t
v"'' v. weli:
l'KKSIIJK.NT OF THU MJIE.SHt.iy
(rruin tun r'l.iirii.p. i... i
reci.'f?iu. ,,1'llwl,eoSmith, who has been
Ma.isBi ti,y a'""-
Stitnce, was U,,,? , l,J" ''dvancemont nf
lovcHlf; '''''rolinaa III
In tho schoCl of hi. nativ , kT".5 od,uc"tcd
universities of Virgin) mi ,Vllc' l,lu
rope. Ho was an ant t..l f Ku-
school days devoted much of hi. .i15 1,U
original sclcntiflu research. Bh0ti"", ,0
the completion of his ttudi.,, i, uf.l'if
America, and was at oneu engaRtd iH
many important InvestigHtip,",
in pure and applied science, ami became
AN II'OI. IN IOWA.
I From I ho Huliiiqiu, Tunes.
The line of the C. D. & M. railroad ap
pears to be prolillc with curiosities. At
thu baso of what Is known ns Cspltola
illulV, seven miles this side of Lnnsing, is
un Indian idol, manufactured out of tho
solid rock, whieh lias stood thoro no one
can tell how inuiy centuries, but which
inusi soon im removed to inn to room for
thueommingiailroad. At it little distance
thu idul resembles it hniio bear, runnilnc
upon its haunches. The strango and
uncouth obloct is still led in utmost
veneration and respect by nil Indium, and
tho various bands at they pass up and
down the river Invariably stop and en
minor to iirniiiiiiiio i no luol with liberal
tiresonts of tobacco strings of gaudy colored
heads, pieces of dried bull'alo tonguo, &a.
1 hero it sits, at tlio baso of the bluff,
mute and solemn, looking out with nx.
pressionless eyes over the bosom ot tho
migniy rivor that murmurs at Its foot,
never mourning, nover spoaking, like
Tho ground wheroon tho llirono of tho
idol reposes is wuntod for tho road-bed of
uiu Jtuiican man, and tho silont, express
ionless god, whoso brow has been bnthod
in tho morning sunlight of "omanv centur
ies, must fall. The old stono chap is tough
no sioou ii wen, out no must now vacate
A mightier imwr than ho has arisen, a
powor that sonds ships tcuddinir ovor tho
waters and dolves down Into tho bosom of
tho earth, consumes time and spaco the
power of steam. Itut nrnv let tlm wnrl.
men treat tno om moi Kindly, lor tho many
interesting associations connected with It.
Wo suggest that it bo placod in tho hall of
mo town iiisiiiutu ot .7C1UUCU aim An, as a
l..uhiug momcnto of tho dusky nations
mm ouco lived anu worsmpped tn thi
Hut a short distance from tho above Is
smaller idol, which bad ovidentlv henn
placed on thu sldu of tho blulf, but by boiiio
vwium.iun. ,u nuiuru was overturned con-
ittriua nt-o, arm pitched Into t .n r U-nr
Durlnir hit-It water it
ered, but nt tho presont itng.i tho head und
piirllof tho body of the Imago nro distinctly
LIFE or RENrORTII.
Jamos Kcnfoftk was born in tho County
Northumberland. In 1843, nnd at tho tlmo
of bis death was In tho29th year of hit age.
From art early ago Kenfortb dlsplayoXa
deposition for aquatic sports, oxcolllng all
his youthful competitors In rowing and
swimming, at which latter art hodlsplayod
remarkable proflcloney, gaining at various
times sovoral prlres 1y conquering pro-
iuaa.ui.aia. uo gro w omor nis Skill Willi
tho oar became apparent. He wonsoveral
races on his natlvo river tho Tyne and
in 1869 gainod tho proud tltlo of Cham
pion of England, and virtually of the
iar uu .uo iiaiiicn, v... .us uuivenisy
courso. lion forth has, since than,, never
been beaten In a lovel race. Last year, In
company with" Taylor, WlrnlpVWLMar
tln ho went to Cftna'da, KKd deToktea tho
Paris crow of St. John. N. B.. with hollow
ease, the raco taking place .on the 16th of
Soptcmbor, on the St. .Lawronee at La-
Soon after their roturn to England, the
crow, which had thus won tho champion
ship of the world bfoko up, Martin? vetir
Ing, and Taylor and Wlnshlp Jolhlng.SHd
lor and Bsgnal. Ilenforlh, however, form
ed a crow, with Percy, ' Chambers and
Kelly, and acceptod tho challenge ol the
St. John four, and arrived .In Canada
fow woeks ago. Tho race was bog tin yei
lorday moriilng, with tho fearful results
abovo dotallcd. ...
Rcnforth was undoubtedly champion
tcullor of tho world, ns fine at) oarsman as
ovor llvod. Ho was a man of wonderful
physical devolopmont, bit measurement
around tho chest being forty-two inches.
His height was 0 foot 7 in., and hi ordi
nary weight 163 pounds. Personally, he
was a quiet, unobstruslve man, and has al
ways borno an irreproachable character.
In Jamos Ktnfortu the aquatto world loses
ono of its brightest ornaments.
(Prom the irw York 8un.)
Tho H'ettliehe Pott, eivos an interest-
inr? summary of tho arguments which are
generally presented by tbo admirers of
rosidont Grant In apology for his Ad
ministration. We translate as follows ;
Qi.tnt has appolntod a crowd of his
relations to o&lco, and this is called ne
potism which is always esteemed a dis
graceful thing; but whoa Grant was
pcor no was under obligations to many
persons, ana u only prove teat no nae
a good heart whon ho takss cafe of nis
former creditors and bl poor' relation at
tho public cost. Never mind about the
nopotisra. "What Grant doe Is well done.
"In the San Domingo affair Grant bat
ordered measures of war without cettins
authority from Congress. Since bo has.
dono this he must unquestionably
havo had a right to do it.
Thero is no need for argument to prove.
nls right. What urant does is unqucs
tionably and without tho least doubt al
"Urant said in nis messaee bo would
leave tho San Dorainno ouostlon in the
hands of the people, and do aothlng fur
ther in tno matter : nut novertneies tno
war vessels of the United States havo
kept Haer in power In that island, and at
tho instanco of tho President SISOiooO
has boon sent to Baoz to pay the rent of
mo iay oi samna, wnicu mo Donate nas
never agrcod to facts which' brand tho
message of tho Prosidont with falsehood.
All this is of no account. Grant said It,
and that Is sufficient."
This laneuace is not exatrccratod. It
Is a fair representation of tno rcasoninc
that is put forth to palliato the crimes of
tno Aaminisiraiion. inopoonio luugo it
jusny, anu win act upon it ns it merits.
TIIE LORD, THE LADY AND TUX. MYSTtfR
London Court Circular relates the fob
lowing anecdoto respecting a noblo lady,
wno is young, ueautitui ana gooa :
During the Army bill debato her noble
husband, who Is at proud and fond of her
ns ho should be, was just about to rise and
deliver a violent attack upon .something
or somebody, when a telegram. wiput
into nis nanus, no reaa it. turnea paie
and quitted tho house. csJlod a cab. drove.
lo the Charing Cross station , and went to;
iiovor, ana was no moro noara or until
1 1 A nnvf Aa vli.n tin .vati.t,4 tn .tm
Own homo,, and 'to, his flrst. Inquiry, wa
toia mat me uounioss was m ner ow .
room. He uastenad to her, and- sv torrifle,
row ensued, tho' oxact. words of which no
ono knows but themselves. ;At lattv how
ever, ho burst out, "Then what did you
mean by your telegram?" '.'Mean?
What I said, of course What are you
talking about?" "ltdad it for yourself,"
returned tho still unappeated husband.
She did read: "I flee with Mr to Dover
straight. Pray for m.el',iEdrt a moment
she wus startled, "Most dreadful telegraph
pcoplu. No wonder you, aro out, of ypur.
iiiiuu. i tuiugrapiioa impiy, -i- tea wiin
Mrs., in Dovor street: Stay for me.'"
His LorJship was bo savage at the laugh
he;had raised against himself that he was
at first inclined to make a Parliamentary
question of it, but, llstoning to moro
judicious advice, refrained.
NKW YORK DRUGOIHTM.
Tito following aro given by the Star as a
sample; of tho questions asked of the drug
gists of New-York by the examining com
missioners: Who aro you, any way?
Are you man or woman if to, why?
Who invented drui Latin t
How do you know ?
What is thu difference between witifsria
medka and medical materials?
If you saw a blind dog go mad would
ou holp him to sea his wav out If not!
why not 7
Did you ovor uso Alleock's Porous Plas-
tor j nnd if yes, did you ever get it off?
And If yes, didn't it hurt 7
W hat commission do youallow the doc
tors on their proscriptions ?
van you tell the inercd onts of all your
stock? If yes. what are puppormlqt .loz
enges ahd rod back tooth' brushes' raado of?
Supposo a man rushes wildly liito vour
tore, tearing bis hair, wiping his eyos,
running severely, with ootu hands on his
tomnoh, and pallor in his 'countenance.
wht would you do ? Would you ask him
what in the thunder ho was mnklnir all
that nolso for, or would you endeavor to
sell him some hair oil ? If not. whw nt ?
Whafll you glvo mo if I'll tlgn your
SAVK TWENTY PJEHOKNT
y buying your
TJ Sb 1ST X T XT JEb j
nooriN, SJANH, KTCl
W. W. THORNTON,
TIIE BRIDAL CHAMBER,
SSAYS FOR YOUNG MEN
ORKAT SOCIAL F.VILS AND ABt'BKfl,
Wliifli Inlerlere Willi tnnrriaire. with nrn mustis
of rellrfrlheerilnRaii, unfortunate, diseased
and dehllllated, Hent In sealed envelopes, freo ol
charge. Address, Howard Hanltarr Aid Asoela
tlon, .o.x soain isinwjpi., i -uiuwieipnia, t a.
Messrs. HlohhoB Brotharailailra ta Infnrtn th
cuianns oi uuiro inn tnejr aro manufacturing all
' ' ' ' t
WtMtalaigUM-stv., Mettr t'oatam Htsast
BLrDfl,' wiNrjoW glAss,
with thelattstdiscpverlea in
LATH -A-ILTX) IiTJavCBHia
Office on Tenth St.,
Ittwe-u (.'uuiiuereUI nnd H'ttilna;toM
JiirS.,nrvfl!?k KImi, Paper Compn;
JX Hlithintr Kelt and (JuarttCemont.
and "''a'1' Iruprovd noollng always on
Dr. Buttj can bo consulted, personally or l
mall, on tliedlsai-ssw mentioned in lila works,
olhce. No. I'l N. k&dI.ii. .in., i.. u..k.. .n,l
Chestunt Ht lymi,, 5, mysdwlt
LAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on ltaad and for salt; tl
WlMlosttde sttttl Retail,
II' kltda, and till eonllaao to kp at theJr
8ALK8 Koovis, ns thi rtl vvxtbind,
ivpry dlacrlJiUoa of cheap and cotllj lurnltu'rt,
Jartlubla Topped tartatia,
sai Jaboirds, Vaahatandal
tit Wardrobes, Sola Chain,
IsllSorat lie' 1ttraaa,
CsT-LOBIrgrt, tie . tic..
Winch Ihtywill irutfanUe tavill
twenty per oent. iowim
Than they can M boaftht from any rhWdWer ta'
the city, (lire them a call aad aitotifar.
self. rJlMtf .
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every dW rlpllon,
LATH, SU1NGLKS, CEDAR POSrS,
"DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Fiunlthed on ahortrol nolle.
ComraerclaUa'v, bet. 10th and Hth-Bln.,
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN.
TIIE GREAT SOOTHING REMEDY.
( Cures colic and ffrll.lne frier.
I n ass iiuaa a j in uiv iiuwrip, anu ia i
BOOT AND SHOE HAKEn,
Bvtween WashiDgton Avenue and Popla BUMS,
HooU aad Bkoea MadTto Order.
, , PHtoaifp UsUclttd,.
Cllitatea the process ol f Oats
lit. I i
Subduea c o n V ulslona "i Prlte,
uiu UTcriuiiira nil o.p I
eases incident to in-fCeatt
faots and children. J
Cures diarrhea, dlsen.-t Prlrr,
tery anu summer corn. I
plaint In childienol all t Oats
-Jills the ureal Infant's and Children's Soottiinn
netnedy In all disorders brouitht on by Teething
orany other cause, l'repared l,y the
QKAFTON MEDICINE CO., fct. Loula, Mo.
Bold by Driiitiflsts nnd LValora In .MHIcme
BOOTS XKD SHOEiSi
auarrcJal Ayoaitse, srtr mt
rAMICVUiU.ATTKSt.TIOM VAIU TO ALL OK-
j pf tts tpjL KQQi-flKjaTa, Aim.atiuaM.
When will you hand mo the mnnnv ?
A .l It I.. . t. n '
I. I, WOT, HUH IUUV11 I
When ndlstinculsohd Amorlean dies
said uf shrowd and sarcastic observer not
long ago, "his a'dmlrtng friends and coun
trymen immcuiaioiyieoivo to build him a'
magnificent monumdnt, and then thev
don't build It." 3
B. S. IIARRELL,
DEALER IN FURNITURE
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
185 & 187 CominQrciul Avonuo
CITY SHOE STORE
teia aotacv fro.
STATURE'S GREAT RESTORATIVE
K Vr. cornier p'rvTn aUv back stsX
WI1IM AMI XISAOOIU.
Itttarter tvtt WttaloatHa sjtltr '
TOBACCO &c CIQAES. I
Agent fat the beat brand, of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
laaavarUssl Asm t BiTtrt KlstoU.
75 Ohio Levee,
Alt, ft YeHsMe family Medicine, ami can U
ken by'ltrir infant or t tilt with the same, bo i
BOItl'returM. It ta acertala, prompt sua speed
smiswiv lor diarrhea, dvaenterr. bovela corntillei
dyspepsia, lownea of spirits, rainllngt, Vu'.lc
aloihfceh. headaoho. etc. Tor chills and fere? ol
all kinds, It It far better and safer than quinias.
nnoui any oi iu pernicious necta. as i'cu
til tppetlto; provra h powerful dlgcstor of iooa
saa will counteract uio mn:ii ei i.nuur maf
minute. Aa indtajiutablo evidence oIlU rn
eal properties, we append t few of the many
tiocau in our possession ; , .
iohiioi's Depot, iut Tonn and Va. E.
Tens. ' .
Jacoa Baami. Eaa-Dear Sir I nave uaed lb
Bilteral bate .ob alned. front vou. and find them
J. ... -. I . 1. . ... ........ ... I H ... I A
so U9 Ml me T awv ,wviuuicw.vii.u mi. 4 vumv
I one bottla to anord ma coruiderab le relief. I leel
1 inoutn I cannot uo very wen witnout tnera.in
ray bretent slate of healui. . ,
ill. MT.Ll .MOUUIHUIS...
Paaloc llaptial Pussy u ok Church.
Hold by W. P. Allen, M Main street Uubuque
HOW LOST ! HOW RESTORED
Jutt'publlihed, in a sealed envelope. Price, Sets
A l'oetureon tho natural treatment, ert iSfllfal
cure of Hpermatorrtte or fjemlnel weakness, jn-
volutltry Emlulona.weiuat ixoimy, anu impe
dement to Marriage generally i Nervousness
' Emissions, Aexual Debility, and Imp'
lasiimpUon, Epilepsy.iand iu;.,MenUl
ItTsitkl Incapacity; resnlting rrom self abi
c., by Robt, J.pulverwcll, M, V., author of
P. M. 8TO0KFLETH,
iAictaotao roa'ta'a rroctV Lm
tBsMtltsT SMtsJI Whaletutla BotslM
No. 78 Ohio Lxystii,
Ill.nmjin Itnnlr." ete.
I . T- V" ...
"A BOOK TO TH0UBAXD8 OF SU WKRHUB
tUnt ai'nrflr tuAl'vn clain" enveldbe. t6 an ad
Bron receipsui iia vcuip, si.ww
UU Wl,p .-'
Idrtai. 'postpaid; on receipt or ltt. eei
.u7lWPij T CHis. J..C, Kline
1 BETHESDA iiiiiiHRAL SPRING
OF WAUKESHA WISCONSIN
Clt,llO, d lAIMOlS.
E kaena on- Isand oonatanilv at nslf I ataek,! I
Old Kentucky llourvoq
, Whlskle. French Mr
Khln and California Wltee.
J. GEO. STEIN.ilOUSEi
t'4r. Stls-at. aml i'aaaircltil4tv.
sslrciean Towels' (id
' 'lulk'' ,Bl eUldrea'a tali1 out (id ahata
axtotd, either tl bop or at Ineir ovra homm.
,leenin whisker aad. .hU!.dy Id til
suvh.iwu aisuurr, CSUtfltouvO gUaiOBItCI.
(;ih'cktbwleilg4 ur,of th In
Incarajijo diieu known as Drlght'.i
row. -.- ...,... . ., I. r ..
i)USMaoireomratai wiin rrequani ueaiieqto
PMS Water, great, lit rst, coaaUpatlon. loan oi
itrngthadneh.- , .
-' AttQOltblng curat of dropsy have been effected
ktok-dilsTdDOatt. intlamalfon of the neck of th
,UfffryalkftU.' and oot? awelliiujt. ror. tit
llvir 11 la nnsnrnassed. It will allav all inflama-
(oa 0 f the kldner and urinary oriians In twenty-
four hour; giving Immediate rHef I alto, a Mar.
Itt fever It prerenlt the kulpoy from congealing
and remove all traces
give relief inall cases of hlghfever.
EDWARD TrJuMHAB. PKu..
.jteaqer, ir you are immw ".",;,,rr.rjn.ci ilia
olng Idlsetea. write w 'oSemlctJ
ST h . wenderful diseovery-BsIbetdaMloa:
vr-i(Ypolvo remedy for lh Xortgelnii
Waltr i CX.nnvrra leit to do whathe claims
it where ever usod.. ThltWttor bat lite n
v I 7i..s iha amntait tntfl-t nf U1B CUHUlfT,
SSfTif ha at th Bprin?a t It ztaver loses a parti
,nrl "i." .-.ii-i0r.,oiuin. t,v nuikaira or frans.
"?'.f" '"zz." Tirr:rj-M-B3 waii..
rimilUDs aVlICMJllUUB liUW sw s " T --st
Aijvat( wasAd Mtrjisirtrf .
A ROOK FOR TIIE MILLION.
A Private Counselor
to the namea or
those tboutto marry
on the physiological
of the seiual syatem
ltlhv t.r.hlM M.aAwln thncosjiSleil
Tlif. 1. .n'in,?;.n..n7Vnr two hundred and
twenly.fonr page, with numerous eniravingt,
and contsln. ..l.i.i.in information for those who
re married or contemplate marriage; still It is a
book that outhllo lie under lock and key, and not
..u tnreisssiy rtoout the House.
Bent to any tin (free of twslnge) for 60 cent
Address Dr. Ilutta Dispensary, No. Ill,
Eighth atreel, Bl. Louis, Mo.
stoilrto the) AfJIIctedand UMfortaaate.
uerore applying to tho nolnrioa Quack who
IVertfSO in tlie nut.lln likr.ra nrtialnu an Onark
remedies, peruse Dr. Ilutta' work, no matter
seaso Is or how deplorable your oorr
vznee oi j. S. COUSINS,
420 Nortlt Biuhth St., Phlluelou
A color mid drceBin tliut
not burn tlio liuir or injure tho
It doea not produce a color
mechanically, as tho loiBonotu
It gradual! reetoreti the lifi.
to its original color nnd lustre,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of Boft, fine hnir.
Tho best and safest article
Cleau and Pure. Kb sediment.
Sold every whet c.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
E. F. MAYNARD, PROFR
Vs these only, and save time, health and
mam I n... - U -I -- ' in
any stage which Ibay lalLsa cure, .
DR. RICIIAU'S TXrXDEfl BALSAM,
Nos. lands, are 'Jie greatest altesattvee-kaown,
DR. RICHAtrs)00rJ3E!T,r:tmjt H'Vfi
la the creates! tonic and atlrlsiuent In tharocdU
cat nsi. i
UU. RICIIAU'S OOI.DEX ANTIDOTE
t. th. nnl. ..Ilanln alittrall.
inese remeuiea are not iTer"Jcqvo, Aure u
complaints, andtstDeSlneae;. but irtlptir tnteed
recover by thoir use, who have (oat all hope, aad
taenWta. rhlleal and anted,! cuie in all caeealor
wlileti Ihev its rmiinmimlMlj when all other
treatment Has latieu. Jens oi tnouianus ynv-
been pronounced as Incuiable by the beat of our
DR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN BALSAjl
No. 1. cures ulcers, ulcertled tore threat t4d
mouth, sore eye, cutaneous eruptions.. copper
colored notches, aorenet or me seaip, ecronuB.
m,tn II 1m lh. ...iImI rnatAe. alfratle -nd
Mood puriner known, removes an mercury rrom
Hi evstetn, and loaves tho blood pure ana
DR. RIClTAirS GOLDEN SAWiAM,
No. t, cure mercurial. tflectiont.rtataiTiatuvotlai
all Its forms, and give Immediate teller In all
cases. . k
DIt. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ANTIDOTE,
A radical cure for all urinary derangement:
Price, tl per bottle. j t .
PR. RICIIAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR DtAMpUR,
debit Uf. la
aid or young, imparling energy with wonderful
effect. . . . - .,
d.m. n.. linttlA A. la-n rnr su. .
On recetnt of nrice. tharejn4l wUlbe thtp-
r,eJ to anv nlace. .I'ramnt aUeattoBipeld tO all
oorresponaenta, rion geuaiaa w.iw. wy ijm..
ittcninnt, aoie proprietor, ' utoma m g
Circulars sent. Trade supplied aa a liberal dux
count. , ,.'. t .-j
ddress, ut, v. u, tcnarat.w vwiBaTS'.i'-.
'OWKend money or exnrua or. oroer. ova
through your Druggtut, and yon will meet wltri
inooss, " " j--'"
DR. RAiTINGER'8 u
Dr. Ratllnger, .oleiproploter--aACIlitstfiurer
11 110 soDiji 7ia-r,
on nttm tar its a a tl at I.
DR. RATTINGER'S T'Mv'eR1 PROPS
Ar tho chtmplon medicine foMheeurtol 'JJ,
and 'Airu. Dumb Ague and all other
malarial fever. They are purely
quickly and permanently. N.P"0J"ibe
tlie lever aaeoondtlme.when Sfiee 'WW?
"btlnei- If loo ,ier botlle; ll.SA,, Al ft Jf. ,
Jiittlngei' Pever Drops. ,
DR. RATTINGER'8 VEGfiTAB -LIVER
PILLS j '
Are excellent in all cue of -eosjTivene, btlloua
neseand impurity of Uw bloody theyconUIn
netiner caioiuei nut sui wti.er tavruvruu p.vrr.T
lion 1 1 act quickly laad troduae. iarlpu.
IVloe per box US cent,. stsk for Dr. Ratling!7
Vegetablo Liter Pills.! JU-k. . - -
DR.' RATTINGERU JDIAttilOEA
AND DISENTERTTOVfPftfiSj .
'ndSoi'DSrrh'elXnd DhJenliw ahlung S&tf.
Price per box 60 cents. Ask for Dr. Rat
linger' Dianhoea and I3ysejtry P?wdr i
D. RATTINGER'8 'TdmO' HERBS
. - AND ROOT& ..,,
at yewrsiBaiie fajsasss ssm
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itt-Ji - aw tiejsjswawaansswASjsjsjH