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TflllKD JtV JOHN If.
11. IIARKELJ., ApftOCIAT,mlTOn.
FRIDAY, 'OCTOBER 1, 1BG9
mUr, of he (4'HYnt;ii tolterj' Hcilii or
WILMOf J. ALT.i:n.
For County Judge,
Tor AifOlMo JUiUec.
JAUEK C JIfCKITK.
For County CJerk,
JACOI1 O. I,XNCH.
For cnnly Treaanrtr,
I County sbperlnteMent'of. Pnbfla eh'oo
l-'ur CouUtj SorTefor,
"Barrett's" does not
lemocrntlc convention will bo held
irigola, ,111,,' od Saturday, October
ISC9, for tlio purpose of selecting a
lldnto for delegate to tho Constitu
il Conventiou from tlio .represcnta-
pct comprising the counties of Alex
- . . .... M. i . A
1r, l'ulaskianu union, too uasis or
acntallou will bo ono for every two
Ired votes enst. for. (Jov. Beymour, at
last presidential election, .thuscnll-
order of tho Democratic Represent
ro Central Committee.
Twos. Wilson, Chairman.
Iro, 111, Kept. IS 1M9.
fcarrett's" studies the hair.
bod all linen Hhlrt
llozcn nt Reilly's.
Chill (Jure. "ft
rt cl::s day board ntTWnlkor fc Hiss-
rcitaurant, at ?.j por week. tf
l.e ( 'y rt.:incu in ecu, in rcguiarjomi
ton, to-n rrnw even I ng.
i lies, rt member the Fall and "Wlntor
Itury g j aU to be opened at h. If,
aid - Co"., ou Friday anil Saturday.
he largiht null best furnished billiard
in Southern IlllnoN is that of lk-
Lt Mi-son. . tf
l'r Sr l liritji.' ' '
WhoolerA WIUoh'h sawing machino
rood ordercall ntcornor Tenth anil
Tlla I'idllr Cooltllli; titovr.
' ' ' r
I'ho universal testimony In that the
j.ltl r Idtstovo'iii tho best in use.
ly no other Kinti unui you sco uaiw.
Honderuoii's VA Commercial avenue,
Miaviiira!r wn wa- visited oy a light
t Inst ' a lay night, and on Sunday
a i iU"h heavier one. We havo.
fl a near approach to frost In thlsvlcln
but vegetation of nil kinds n til
iLr n unnii rtu.
Irhe Hardin county paper mill has boen
ted byMeMM, Jlowell, Remslcy&Co,
Clii'lnraM, who propemo loenlargo, It
d enter urnn tho manufacturo of paper
l.tunslvoly. The, llrin will conllnoltHolf
the manufacture of manllla and other
l.ndj of wrapping paper.
"Tho Rest in U8o.'-Ender'B Stomach
Three cases BUporioVLondon Dock Gin
nt coat, nt tho Evening 'Bulletin' office
T -! ,
Shell oysters, red and white fish,
game lri-deMoniabJoct'foforderj night
or day, at Walker & fjlison'a restaurant.
Alraut four thousand dollars worth of
boots and shoes for sale at Reilly's nt GO
percent, on the edit price t tf
, f." i '
Particular attention it directed to tho
advertisement of book for the million
MarHhjje bum lif'WtHeY eblurrin. It
A belled -tenwr'fowUnlw coanty, 1
passed 3lgtog;jhBr.tr!torvthU) wralng
about daybreak, cauii ngjlyely .recollec
tions of sleigh rides, or of'the old, 'old
times when bo team wm complete' un
less the Vie, shook an arch o
bells. Thojlnglo watsMvely.Bntlovcn mu-
gleal, and drew many a night-gowned lit-
TtresHh. CUtlerrDodgei Lord &'Co. have
tho contract for bulldltig tlio Illinois
Southeastern railroad. Tho Shawnee
town 'Mercury' speaks In the highest
terms of the man tier. In wh oh they nlcot
their liabilities. On Monday and Tue
day last, Mr. Walton visited that burg;
and paid olT all tho employes of tho road,
and allotheM having claims against It.
Tho work, la now being pushed forward
with greal Vigor.
To preserve hair use "Barrett's."
Best 5 quarter pillow slip muslin 24
centflperyardj ntRellly'i. ' If
Ender's Stomach Bltteral-"Tne best
"Barrett's" never-failing hnlr restora
tive. Union linen 25 cents rpr yard, nt
Irish linen, selling at 135, now $1 15
Irish linen. sold at $1, now 75 cent; and
good Irish linen at GO cents, at Reilly's
The Ht Cooking- Mtora 1m the World.
A broad assertion but the Pacific, lo
be had nt,C. W. Henderson, Is that
stove. Call and see it. oct.lSt
Tho powers of Mrs. "Whltcomb's syrup
for children aroaB positive as the sun
light from heaven, and gentle nnd sooth
ing as an angel's whispor.
The alarm of fire yesterday afternoon
was occasioned , by, .Uuf burning of
Boot in the chimney of a residence on
Seventh street. No dnraago done, or
Our merchants generally nro preparing
lit. 1 i .1 -v..B
lir tlio I'll nnu uuor irnuv. .e
Ioodaaro being received by every
nd freicht train.
Tho peoplo should know where- tollnd
icso new goo'di, and the way to Impart
luat Information Is through tho columns
.f tlio 'Bulletin.' Brim: in your adver
The directors of the Cairo t St. Louin
railroad company will meet in Murphys
boro, on tho "tit Inst. Tlio' object of tlio
meeting Is said to bo tQ ratify tho con
tract between Colonel Mitcholl and the
cxfcutlvo comrriltleo of tho company, re
cently en'ttreil Jnto at SJ. fouls. This
meeting will porfectall the prellmlnnrlei
that htand In tlio way ofaclivo opera
tions nn tlio rond. Colonel Mitchell Is
In a condition to bring alHIia meanshnd
applhujcei to bar Uial aVe rteceisary to
coiiKtruct.and eui thu road In the thjert
est powlhletine; and, wdSuuderstanilj ho
only awaits tlntadUon ofthc dlrcctpry,
to enallo hlni to go to work In .earnest.
We pp'umo that oJierntlQiis will,be com
meu',td sTmulUuiujusty at,both endji.
m . - tx - -
f) Tltu I'lonr- Trmlr.'
Mr.1. Cuhl. uxclulvo flour meroTinnt
and nflllorH' agent, SO Olifd Levee, dealu
r . . iT ... . ..Si.t
very 'cxicneiveiy iu au mo popumr
brands of Hour, and Is prepared to 1111
orders, however largo. As an Indication
of hla ability fh this particular wo may
mention tlio -laci mainmong ouier
orders receivedthls morning, was one fo.
four hundred barrel, whlcn ho promptly
lllled as ifcslred.
Among his brands J? the ''Ilcnil. flf
of Navigation. Superlative AVIntor Wheat
Family, uairo, Illinois" io which ue in
vites particular attentldn ns ah A. "NaH
artlclo taht will bo sure to commenrt U
self as tho very bcht In mtirket.
Mr. Cuhl Invites orders from abroad,
and wo will underlako.to.eayliat.luj
will fill them at prices that will glvo sat
isfactory luaUranceithat Cairo is the Hour
market for the country within two hun
dred mllci of Cairo. "cQadvbrMierneht'.
i.i i..itwinir l'niiernl I'roccoklon.
One of tho largest and inost Trfiposlng
' Ilanuanln mt.
Tho best nnd prettiest cook ftove now
matio. - '.trt, ;
A now lot Just received. Call and see
them at Beerwart, Orth & Co., 130 Com
mercial evenue, ' " KepGdwIm
. .. -
Tln iiMilarulcmoil will illarvian nf .Mini
stock jot groceries etc., at cost fbrcAsit
until Thursday, 30th Inst., when tho re
mainder on hand will be disposed of to
the highest bidder at auction without
STKATXON, HUKSON & CLAltIC,
57 Ohio Levee.
Cairo, Sept. 27th, 1S60. . , ,t
''Barrett's'' is Just Hie thing.
cnnls to cents per
cents per yard, at Reilly's;
We regret to hear that there Is a dirt-
position on tho part of a portion of the
residents along tho route of the Cairo &
Vincennes railroad, to sot up exorbitant
claims for damages, on account of the
seizure of their lauds In providing the
right of way.
felted, and tho counterfeiter. brouKht to
grief. SMITH'S TONIC S YRUP.
Tho gonulno article niii3t havo Dr.
John Bull's prlvato stamp on each bot
tle. Dr. John Bull only has tho right
to manufacturo and sell tho original
JoiHf J. Smith's TONIC SYRUP, ol
Louisville, Ky. Examine woll tho label
on each bottle. If my nrlvate stamn is
In sorno instances men
who will bo made rich by tho operation not onthobotllo, do not purchase, or you
or the rouu, claim tnnt the few acres or wilt beueqeived. See my column ndver
Cotton cards to cents per pair, 'nt
III I II
Braclay JJrotheri, "Barrett'" agent,
. ; i. o ' ''
The i:t Htiotr Tlint J'.xer VNi'til Cnlro
, . o '
'Chnrley Noyes' great Crescent City clr
cus has arrived at Mdund City, rind wll
hold forUi thoro tills tiVenliiL. .To-tnor
row mifnilrfg,' Mr. dsborrie. Of t'lnclij
natl.'wlll Afcl n riew canva'ss 'of 'im-
mnMn illmonqlnnu. ' nn the old show
grounlH'ill'th'ls'cItyf ahd at'2 'o'clock p.
m., Noycs' Incomparnblo troupe will,
commeuco the nftcrcoon exhibition un
der it. In tho evening tho second and
la?t;cXhib,ItIqn;yi;bQ.gIvAU.;,t, ',,,:, "'
Among tho recent additions to tho
Crescent City circus Is tho "Tourna
ment," 6r"Tlio Field of tho Cloth, of
Gold" a spectacle of Indescribable mag
uillccnce, prepared nt nn expense of $10,-
000. Thu equestrian and norobatlo fprce I
of tho company has been , enlarged,
that now It stands tho challenge show of
tho United States. Tosay it Jb tho bet
circus that has visited Cairo for yoaw,
glved tho reader no adequato Idea of its
excellence. It-must bo seen to bo appre
ciated. Furthermore, Charley Noycs and
every man connected with him is a gen
tleman, who will extend to patrons tho
attentions and courtesies they are e,u ti
Thcro will bo room for nil. Let's all
THE ' WRECK OF THErilANTOM.
ground they are called upon to surrender
nro worth more money than their whole
farms' would have sold for before the
work wns put under contract
Now we take It that, except lh such
ensen where nu the resident's iana ana
'his house are taken, there" are not Ave
persons along the Hue of the road (that
are damaged to the amount of one dollar.
In quite every case, the, Increased valoo
given to the property by the presence of
the road,- will greatly exceed the dam
4 t 1 4
vyo sincerely nope mat commissioners
will bo nppoltited who are capable of ap
preciating tho benefits ns well as tho
dnmages, and who havo the nerve to de
clare their couvictlomt in tho nremises.
The 'road will bo tiie making o'f the coun
try; and If the residents along tho lino
have the common sense that we aro will
ing to accord to them, there la not Aneof
them but would glvo ono quartorf at
least, of all ho possesses, rather than sco
tlio project tionnuoncu. jiut, minxing
tho road guaranteed beyond nil contin
gency, they nro not satisfied with tho
increased valuoltndds to their possess
ions; they want something more The
railroad company, In Isccurhig tho right
of way, gives back ten dollars wherever
it takes one. A portion of tho residents
not only accept the ten dollar.-, but nro
disposed to bo ugly becauso the company
will not restore to them the ono dollar.
Tonll'such i.eroohs wo hope slraplo Jus
tice will be accorded nnd nothing more.
Unreasonable elninib for damages should
be resUtud to the "bitter end."
Tci-lliS T-lliJ TYi-lIi!
Dr. Amtlu,,at 110 Commercial nveuue,
Is a surgeon deutlstof much experience,
tbconUcally and practically familiar
with all tho details of tho profession.
We unhesitatingly recommend him o
our readers, at homo and abroad, nf one
of the mostsuccessful practitioners in tho
.atate.- . i Eept23dlw
Desiring to clenn oirmy lumber yard,
perparitory to engaging moroextensivcly
iu tho lumber buhiuess this fallr I will
sell the stock on hand, consisting of nhlj,
oak, hickory, cyprcM, poplar &c. of all
slr.es nnd dimensions, cheaper than It
can be sold at any other yard in this
fcctlonof country. Twill take In pay
ment at jnr, city scrip, county orders,
and &chool fccrlp.
W. M. Wii-t.iamp.
' Cairo saw mill.
Cairo, Sept, 23d 1S. A lm
tisement, and my showcard. I will pros
ecute any ono Infringing on my right.
Tfieptnuhu Smitu'b Tonio Svuur can
only be prepared by myself. '
Dr. John Bull,
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 23. 1S0S.
Good towels, nil linen, 20 cent?, each,
at Reilly's. -7 jtf.
rrlraU anrt ntiinrtarca Onilng-tlie ros
IksJIsromiiU Culutubu Wm White, t'idueth:
8hmiot,9e l)uli Atnho, E.imnrt;--
OcUf'BlVV ' JLiO' HoustOn. N O:
Himnri'k, " CorHS. ClnclniiRtit
atrflrcraro, Uurksmif, 'hTtH
,Ut ; DIJPAKTUHES. j
UtllMiimltt. Colmnm; Wm white, radiieahi
ubli-Webli, ro4'nlidnUu-', Jilinrmonir, I'liK-inDitMyr
Alrha, Enttortj Hon .UeorJ, MUrojioUi.
I.uniacn. r.varmlllel llik.-n.ir .-k, N O, -
(tctAtla, MM Cityi fliy of Coiro,JicrophU; .
lloutlon, LoultTlile; Corut l . -i
Tho weather has become cloudy and
much cbdlur, but the Indications of rain
arc not so promising as we would wish.
Tlio Mississippi K about stationary St
Louis, and using above. Tho Missouri,
is failing and becoming rather thin.
Tho Ohio is falling nt Pittsburgh with
ix feet water in tlio channel, but tho
Moliongohela Is ropulin using rapidly
again. Tho river isstat'ouary at Louis
ville with f ur feet in the canal. Itjii
rather thin bebw Louisville, but the hlto
Pittsburgh rise will boirln to pas3 Loufo
vile to-day or to- morrow nnd will -add
three feet to the depth.
Here tho river h&i fallen three Incite
since last report.
Business continue gopd.T
The Alph?C Lunisdeh sand Biirkavillo
each brought good cargoes for reshlp
Tho 'Corn S. rcUUpped consldcrab'b
Tlio Pauline Cnrr61I Cii)t. Ed. F.' Dix.
bound fur N. O. nnd tho MarL'lo City,
Capt. Jack Carter, bound f'ov Vickeburg,
Chag. S. Hlndo, Agr.
Tho White, forPaducah, Is Ihe rogulor
Our advice to any young man, 'that
can snare tho time and money, Ib to "go:
to IJr&ant't Chicago litlnr.4 Tralninu
School, where tho best facilities in tho
country, are to found. It Is Just as cheap
0 to go to "Jieatjquariers" as io go io n
second-rate insutuiion. acuu mr paper
describing this modol Institution the
High School" to Commercial College.
AdJrers IT I) Biivant, Chicago, 111.
Don't forget tho meeting In tho Fourth
I.Vard school houso this evening, In tho
hterest of tho Public School Library.
irherowill bo vocal nnd Instrumental
Imuslc, appropriate and entertaining nil-
Idrcsies, gymnastic exercises by tho pu-
Iplls of the high school, and a pleasant
Itlmo cenerallv. Let's nil ro, nnd take
JudKoO'Mclvoney took hU departuro
by tho afternoon train for California. In
tho councils of tho State, upon tho bench,
at tho bar and as n citizen, Judge O'Mel-
veney has longoccupled n prominent po
billon In Illinois, and many will regret
Hint he feels called upon to take up his
nbodo in nnothor nnd a distant State. Ho
carries with him tho best wishes of tho
peoplo of Cairo, nil of whom respect him
as n courteous, Kluu nnu oxceuoui gen-
Wo observed, yestorday evonlng, ns
many as a half dozen boys on the roof of
thej Fourth Ward school nouse. ah uio
hulldlnir is ono of tho highest In tho city,
ntTm-iiim n. vlnw of Mound City and all
tho contluuous country, boya cau scarce
ly resist tho temptation to clamber upon
itaroof. Such liberties, howover, should
bo neremntorllv denied them. Theyhot
only peril their lives, butas tho roof is of
slate, thoy can scarcely avoid damaging
it by walking over It. Closo thosouitios.
Almoil a Flro,
Fire wbb communicated to tho roof of a
kltchou Iu tho rear of Mr. Murphy's resi
dence on Twelfth street, about half-past
12 o'clock to-day, but by tho prompt and
liberal use of wator, was extinguished
before much damago was done. Tho
funeral processions wo ever saw In Cairo
was that which escorted tho remains of
Charley Hble, to the funeral train, at 10
o'clock to-day. First camo tlo body,
borne upon tho hose carriago which do
ceased had presonted to Jtho Rough and
Ready fire company, of which ho was n
member. Tho carriago was drawn uy
by two beautiful Jet black horses, proper
ly oaparlsoncd. Thon followed tho pall
boarers; tho Cnlro Mivorj cornei jmuiu,
the members of tho Rough nnd Ready,
anil TTIhnrnlail lira CO in mill ICS.
nnd tho Cairo ICasIno, a In uniform. v uy ""'
Him Vll,v . . T-. I Kill .1. 1 nit.. n....n.l In .i, ,n n.
iui...a in,iioi nml rentlomon. brought I ", iui,iii,inBu m
irLr. Tho mark of resnect to tho armor, has been exploring the sunken
. . 1 wmaIt rtf IA Hl-r"jt Ail TliAninn Ami Hirt
deceased must have neon as gnuuyiiiK - ,
to thoso who mourn him. ns It wns credl- bottom of tho river In the vicinity. Tho
i.iMinwlih whom he hadassocl- wreck lies In nbout eight feet of water,
IUUIU .v. , , . . 1 . ,
i ur A rw minntea after IU covereu io mo uuiiwi ui nuuut oue oov
The Itoal'a mid tlic.ExprckM Co.t Str Itc-
cot rl, w '
o'clock tho train leu iur um inwti1-!
wimrn nil that was mortal of poor Char
ley was committed to Its mother earui.;
M3M.Jlalmer fc Vebber, 200, North
Fifth street, St. Louis, havo recently
published somo of the choicest vocal and
instrumental compositions In print.
Among others wo find the foliowiug:
"Llttlo Ettlo," by A. u. l-arnnnm,
nrlco 30 cents; Dear,Llttlo Pattering
Feet." R. Frank Cardella, price 30 cents;
"Never Mind the Rest," R. F. Cardella,
30 cents: "Annie Laurlo's Grave,"
a. Hod. nrice 30 cents: "Alfred
Prince, tho Barber's Son," price 10 cents;
"Darling, Pvo Nothing Now to Tell," by
James W. Long, price 35 cents; "l Uan
not TcllWhy," Henry Robyn, prlco 30
conts: "Willie by his Mother's GrnvOj"
A. Calmer, price 80 cents; "In My
Dreams," duoU, soprano and alto, com
posed by G. Estabrook, prlco 30 cents;' "I
- . -w r ,, , y I ,
Ijovelllm, i uream oi xiira," vmuo
mar Malmono, price 5 cents i J'Up in a
Baloon," schottischo, Cardella, prlco 35
cents: "Oompton Hill Maiourka," A. C
Wondell, price 80 centa; "Fiftli Street
Grand March," Will M. Stephens, prlco
30ceutH5 "Ora pro Nobis," H. Werner,
nrlco 30 conts: "Julia Waltz," E. A. I,
nrleo30 cents; "Fifth Street Polka,'' H.
ftAiisn wns a badly protected stove pipe
i.in i Werner, price
fluu.ino.,"w.P.r. u T: rVT" Waltr." Werner,. Price 40 cents.
neauwav. mo ruoutia iiu um uuv-n . "... , ,,
T.2rtna. ns the ndioiulmr building I Any of these publications can .be ob-
.. . ...... rt.in ..,. ...V.i i aiiiP.l throiieh our book Btores, or by eu
inovltaldy havo PeCU destroyed.
closu rho.ritjo dij;eoo tho.PVUBliera.
above tho boiler deck. A thorough
senrch disclosed no nead bodies. About
ono hundred yards nbovo tho wreck nnd
in toward tho Island, the Express Co s
and the boat's safes wero found, lying
within about fifteen feet of each other, lu
eiKht feet of water. Theso safes con
tained about $3,8C0, which, of course,
will bo restored by drying. Mr. Hill In
forms ua that he searched tho bottom of
the river for a dUtanco of ono hundred
nnd fifty to two hundred yards from the
point where the explosion occurred,- de
voting several oays' to too wor. ji
found fragments of the Doner scattered
lu every direction, pieces ranging from
one pound to a'.htindrod and fifty pounds
in wnlfht.. It Is somewiiftt reraarKame.
and tells a startling tale of tho forco of
the explosion, that none or tho frag
meuU maintained the Curve of tho boll
'or. They were either flat or irregulnr-
none ofthem indicating by their ehapo
that thoy had ever belonged to n steam
The machinery remains on the wreck,
nnd may bo recovered. Captain Gratn
mer, Mr. Pierson, the mate, nnd Mr
Ovormeyor, tho express agent, woio pres
eutand rendered asslstanco in the search.
Mr. Hill has devoted about about twen
ty years of his life, to diving and wreck
ing, nnd la certainly an expert in that
lino. Having a small wrecking boatv ht
his control, ho invitea patronngo in his
Uno,VeolIng assured of lila ability to give
satisfaction.- h " i
Attention is called to Dooloy'a baking
powder, tho purest artlclo of tho kind
ever manufactured. A great having of
money can be made lu purchasing Dool
ey'B'baklng powder, ns ono pound will
last longer than two pounds of thoso o
ordinary manufacture. It cannot bo
equaled for making light sweet rolls,
biscuits, wafllcs, corn bread, &c, &o., nnd
Is nlway? ready, reliable nnd not affected
by tho nctlon of tho weather. For sale,
by grocer everywhere mwAf
I urgo upon persons who contemplnto
purchasing n piano to call at Prof. Blais
dell's Conservatory of Music and seo the
now "A. Sumner, St. Louis pianos"
which I furnished him through my
agency. I have also received some now
pianos at my rooms on Eighth street,
near Washington avenue, which are for
rent, with tho prlvllego of purchase.
I also havo Smith's American Tarlor
Organs for rent with prlvllego of pur
All Instalments sold by mo nro war
ranted for llvo years.
I extend an invitation to everybody to
call nnd see the Instruments.
J. C. Cahso.v, Agont,
octl lw Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Notn'e:1. fii.. ill if M M.nli.y flovfili..
lUyorik'tit-irii'xr, M tho Arti Kntf.uv Iloui,-n
towmlup n'li-m.-m, WHtrr . ou wel, in tl.
wliicli olwtion will tw h-kM o' nm n'rlnok . m.
BB'lUilllMBUIu.' AUiiU nv u'cMkl. in. Ol tlio
Mia iuinuii. ,,..i. i,
1' .WHship ltHkttT.
Ulw. l)linaitHcrttrJtl. ul
If Ym Waul
Matertel to snakr .loliar t. .ulv of th UMt Hair IU
toruvc,T itkwiior twinti 5rylAtr Itooru
Inal bW,'.iJ Mtenli far Iwk.
If Von M'llllt
Niro Wlitto TUl ) -tdNfN(M . ntii-
fen.l for our TURKISH -.U-irHIFICK, W
If You Vt'iiKt
A mr curij Wr Uylw, u-, JJarfjjr, ur U.t
Uni In Uio nn, -muI fur our f KRoVTATv It x
I'rtco on(. 3iR
AlJrM Jo- li K. IdJkr, UU Mrki.l utrort, SI
Loins, Mo. ntf? Iy.ljw
A Itnre Collrvtliiii. ItuwInuit'N ItvvelpU,
Mlc Art, DiooTeri, i-to., coiiiprixiiig aluabio
infomtntiou fir cTirytiorty, Hnt by mill. v(rfo t
poUfti) for V) nt.
Aildrcult. K. NoilMANhr.Ml Market ucct, til.
Loni, Mo. ic2TjAUly
Of n(irlyonlninlrr wlp fr maVlHg lrnly;
all kiuiU ot Whip, Uiu, Ate, lr, CorJiU, Superior
(.lilt-r, sn'l mush othir utefnl luformitlnu for tlioc
iltallnuliiormKnuCacturingnnyof the nbar, cither
for tho trali-orhmnoui,
Sent by mail, frn of ;iot((, tor RO eotiK A'Mr m
It. B. NORMA.NPr, M tarltitre'l, s. UhIk, 1c.
The .Muit l'roiuiuciit Attniolton
In theso times when It behooves every
ono to practice tho strictest economy,
tho full dry goods and clothing store of
Messrs. Goldstino & Rosen water, on Com
mercial avenue, between Eighth and
Ninth, becomes a pointpf attraction for
nil those who with to procuro fashion
able, seasonable andchonp goods.
Messrs. G. &R, have just opeued their
fnll stock, and aro prepared to furnish
all the late styles iu prints, dreBs goods
generally, trimmings, notions, otc. as
cheap as anybody else In tho city cau
In tho lino of clothing they offer supe
rior Inducements, having a well assorted
supply for all classes and conditions, nnd
at prices thatdofy competition.
Thoy respectfully ask tho ladles to call
nnd examlno their stock, ns thoy nro
satisfied that It embraces articles adaptod
to all kinds of tastos, aliko in dress goods,
hoisery, notions, trimmlugs, laces, hand
kerchiefs and tho thousands other
articles. In demaud In,thla, market.
Sept. 22 d&wlw
Nv MurrlnKO (iiililr.
AN ESSAY roil YOl'NG JiKN, on I'liyioloj;lcal
Error, Almi's aii'l Pijcasea, incident to Youth uil
Early"fanhooiI,irli!-h rfM- tmpollmcnM to MAK
lll.Ulj; wlthiuro means of n-lief. HfntlnafaliM let
ter 'nvtloi, frro nf charge. A'MrMK, Pr. 8. SKII
UN llOUOUTuN, lluwta A-aovuiioa, t'hllade'
Theilcmmil f"rJn. urt .-lo io mere a to
niccIUilet)0 purcli uio of another InrKotupply. Wo
Imre the Irtio arti' le ai ma le ty the imtel in .nnCutii
rr, Marcerou and llrcaion. Kor either fctad j?o to
Ila relay '.
I'or Stile Ily Killer.
no to IWlavi' nnd net a ahect of Dutoher'.i UcM-
nlnK Fly 1'apir tlinulno article. One ahect will
Kill a quuri ui r m-.
Surntogn mul lUuv Lick Water.
(fA Jfr rvii'l lively ft wlion drank at theSpringi.
Tho Tfrtuea of theo water hare bva and are ItU-t
teatotl to the gni Imnetit awl tattafactiuu of many ct
our eillieu. A dealt out at tho counter of Barclay
llrotbera, they aro aluayj oool anil refretbtcg. Hara
toa, fifteen twktt for one dollar; reei tickets for
nay cents. Jlluo Uek twsnty gluatea for ono dollar.
If you wantlhe puro article, from the original paea-
Ited direct from HunnySIope Tiucyard.
AukoIos county, Ci-'ifornla, go to lurelaya. Xhey
PIVOT ACTIO' UHACK-A tuperlor ttlipen
derforsklitiorr'Htitiii an unequulled brocu for
the ahouldeta , a-wayn n fuapem.",
a brce, or not''
The pureit and lickt articleu of extracts Of I.ejnou
aud Vanilla, for rUVorlns leo cream, jelllea, padding,
,.(o. To Ixi lud at D.irelaya'.
Pure Cream of Tartar.
Thebeat'Enttllah 8oila, JamalcA Olnfier, olean ami
freah, Puro AlUpice, lllack l'epper, .Nutiuefi, t'inna
mon lUrk, ctoatllarclay Ilrolher.
Itlaekheii'y Wiiioaiitl Cordial.
Of extra qtinllty. Notf i the tinia to uaa a puro srti
cle. For ilc and auamnleed hy Harclay Ilrothuri".
. IttiiiL'taCs aSmfor hithine
'danger of loaTns It a itdoatu on
water. At liartwyi,.
not tlnk. "Ho
auifaco of the
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