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ejeLaetetly,,i,lB' November, 11,,,
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tee a ndid.te lor the on.ee of county
t mlpJrZkn eswa'v. alectioa 6m laeauay
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" .-ii.Lfj i.uiuillLii!t Smith a
. ...tTLi. in. tha cfiica.ut County Clerk of
T-,r-1f- JiUctluU, November 0, 187J
"IV tin eeeWlieJ to announce Tf . F. ritcher
h mir"-'" let I'm omoe ot (.aumj ur
lioa, Jueday,,IfcMfnl ,B. w''n ,
Ml- -t .f aT lU(4i(Uf CfMlUf t
i . ikoMMuiMit oandidate for the offine of
Commit CWrk.-ettbeelectlou b nrU November
. Wee Miheritee' to announce Henry Planer! o
'yfcefca, pracuact, as acamtieaie wv wllly vii
To the r-Hterof the Cairo Doxitin:
miuaum tli.ii I am an indehenuent can
Aatalartae alfia im cauoiy clerk of Aleannder
niim-r r',w eaeetieei to be held In Novemb
m!7. JAMES W. 8TK WAKT.
. W. mrm IBtlMirlMd U D0ann Auno) 1
-Mama M aaditfaM 0r Kit mc r County
Vturt at (M alacuoa n rem jtoveiiiaw ui,
jtr udwHfJ to Munc Joha P. Heir as
a ca4toX aw olbc of ooumjj tlern al the
BC 4IOWH1UVK HUl AD
X ai TeMM of Alexaader County :
I ktwW aaaeaao that I am a candidate for I ha
iirf TAIaaaader county, ul
w. M -mer dciii at your reapective voln((
MUeea aaiha With day af Nevember. 1K7T.
.'"tBJpecttnlly. , CASPtlt YOST.
' WaalhorUdto aaaxin Mr. P. A. Tay
1m aa a tt-i-" far rr-aieclion to the ofuce ol
nimtt acaoai aaoiriateadenl, at the election to U
W4iako W. , ' .
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: ,5. --j.or cfr, ..;..,,!"
'Maaltkartaal to aaaouace Heary Stout ai a
'rrr -'- eroaar af Akifhder caitnty, at the
Vie aM atbariied M anoonat Slebard Flti
gaiaM aa rtMat for Cnwr f Altxauurr
iiJuiy. JCicuoa. Wot, eth, it77. ; (
' rr Trarr.
. Wa ueu(kaiUJ M aaaouoce A. J. AWen a
i aaifflAin lar the oftca of Couaty Treaiura of
ahiaaaea tiarrr ", Ttteidty, Xavtwber
Ckiurn. ... ..
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J. ' f 'timrnir . '. '
. Weara aathorlna aa enoeanea Taot. W. IlaiU
tka a ailna aar uitue of coasty com
aaialaeawef Aieawda oouaty. lectiea iiovcoi-
8KttAM , Sbkiuui. ! lix-Secretary
HcCulloch. and others, 'will give their
tUvs la regard to ilia resumption of
rpedt ptrma&ts, In the 5ovcmber-l)e-
eanrjbtf number of the Ncrth American
'ffla latest Intelligence from Indlanapo-
lis is to th effect that Senator Morton is
rapidly Uoklnjr. and that his physicians
and friends have given up all hopes ot bis
recovery. X special dispatch to the St,
XauIs GlobDttHocrat says that It Is hard
ij possible tor him to survive longer
than a day or two;
BrviriT-vocB counties In Iowa, from
which official retarns have been received
rive Gear, Republican, a majority or 42,
Ofil ww. Mah. f WmrtPPiif. nryrnnr-
Mauae Journal, -. . r .
- Iowa and Ohio voted on the same day,
but the Jvurtul has evidently not learned
ol the result in Ohio. He don't state how
much of a majority West, JEepublican,
didn't get over Bishop, Democrat. -
Tn elections lor "1877 have not all
Ueu held by any means. Fifteen States
are yetpvote this Fall,' Jxmlsiana,
Maryland,' UassacbuseiU, Minnesota,
Mississippi, yebraska, Xerada,Xew Jer
aey, Kw York, Pennsylvania, South
Carolina, tenneasee, Texas, Virginia and
Wisconsin tote on the 6th of November,
Tbb Chicago Tribiuit, which has been
so bitterly opposed to the appropriation
for .the . completion ot tlie new State
house, now acknowledges that It would
perhaps b bad economy to allow the
tmlUingto remain In its present condi
tion for another ten year." The Tribute
is coming around gradually and will yet
be all right on this question.
r Tat Jackson connty Era says: "Tlte
largest acreage of wheat ever sown In
Jackson county, has been put In this sea
son, and that, too, in the best condition.
Mr. YYm. Waller, of this township, has
. In over two hundred acres; also Mr.
Jtelman, ot Levan; It. A. Bcisley, of IK
JSolo, and others we might mention.
)Tlth good return our farmers will r.r
iainlj succeed the coming year."
k 49 AJVMiaTaAAC WIriWVyH7tK( TV Mil
kgton correspondent aajs the "ateady
Opposition of the Republican leaders to
Tba eraera regulating the conduct of
ffice4toideri in regard to elections has
had the effect ot leading the President to
think that be may not be able to carry
at bis policy as rally as be at one time
blended. I think-much of the original
.lfil atfTk policy will be abandoned.
At present it conatitutea a wall of separa
tion between the President and his party
-triande la' Coogrees. On the subject ot
hit Southern policy the President U ein
pbatie in declalring his purpose to adhere
j U it, Rfrdleet of opposition. He says
A I II I I P I 1 II .
1 1. $ la too Important .to the peace and lu
' tara. aa1 Ihm anruitrv ta h irlvi.ii nn "
FRED DOUGLASS' ADVICE.
Fred, Donglass flvta tbe lollowing
eoevl advice to' bU people:
"The very best thinrthe white peoplo
can do (or us la to atop doing tor us, and
let aa do for ouraelvea. t They have done
w sneh lor tu that they have nearly un
stM oa. If - we eas't live honestly by
br ,th we onglit to die.
TW'qosejtlon with u la, will we work m
he; tor. euraeirea aa we did for our mas
tm Ummttm't wowUt go to the wail.lor
lfTl P tmnabms a state ol hard
w ui4tttj tool dlagnweiul sloth. It
V. Jtrheawl Irhorihatweeantvercauh
r4 Uartteraei, and by imitating
- "Hvrt ltMd of vioea. Emlirra.
S f . ibam. Tbt white
r t ai swvrrvrhttm oa tbe (aoo of the
I jjkveUlat 'fH away from
A PETRIFIED r0RE9T. '
Tbera ii a pettlflcd lorest tlx miles
from the town ot Santa Itosa, California,
Kblcb It one ot the ereatest curiosities of
the Golden State. It I over grown with
a new generation ot hcalihy preen trees.
but the old stumps and trunks are there
In a state ot everlasting preservation,
turned to stone; Many of the trunks are
sunk several leet in the ground, the earth
baring tilled op and rjilvd up around
them. Petrlflea trees are found then?
eleven teet In drnmetfr at the hare, and
ludlcatinir growth ot great ago.
SHOT n' AN OFFICER.
.The l'aducah Sm ot Uie 2Sth gives Uie
lollowing account of the shooting ol a
negro by an officer ot that vi!i is;e on
Friday night last:
Friday tileht about 11 o'clock, nilletrs
SclirocUer and Uol)iiion urrestt-d a col
ored man named John Owens, supposed
to have bwn implicated In several rol.
berics perpetrated the night before, llav
lnir,jajred their game tho party started
tor thn jail, when the prisoner broko
awav and started off on a run, darting
tliro'iiEh vards, breaking palings and
planks off the fences in his path, as
though they were room-straws, he being
a v-iy powerful man. Kluding his pur
suers tor a time, oillcer Robinson ran up
with his game, who showed
flght, grabbing tho oflkcr about
the neck. Thus being plncc.1 in statu yo,
and being a pi'iny m tut nanus ot tins
giant, was completely in his power -bavlng
no other recourse than to shoot,
which he did as soou at he could extrl
cate hlmaelt siitliciently. Tho ball en
tered the abdpmen to the left of tho na
vel, rniurluir directly mrotiffii to ino
snlne. where It Is supposed it lodged.
The r.egro (lied at a late hour cn Sunday
TI1E FIRST rCHLIC I.ll'.Il.VRV.
From frn and rioiit.l.
Benjamin Franklin may be considered
the founder and father ol the American
subscription library system. On the Mb
day of November, iKM, three months be
lore Washington was born, he saw his
plan carried out in the establishment of
the library company of rhiladeliuiia.
The building, erected in 17S9 for the li
brary, lacing state house square, twars
this InscrlDtion: "Be it reruembereJ in
honor oi the Philadelphia youth (then
chiefly artificers) that In .MDCCXXXI,
they cheertuuy, ai me instance m
jamin Franklin, one of their number, In-
stitutea tne ruiuwepuis nuraij,
which, though small at tlrat, has become
highly valuable and extremely useful,
and which the walls ot this edlliee are de
stined to contain and preserve; the Crt
stone ot whose foundation was here pl8
ced the 31st day ot August. ls;0." Some
Idea ot the necessity ot tin lmrary, ai me
time ot Its establishment, may appear
from the statement of r ranKim, mat
there was not a Kuod bookseller s sliup
In any ot the Colonies southward ol Bos
ton.". The library has been steadily
growing till tho number ot its volumes
exceed 100,000. It was placed at the
service of the Continental ana national
t'ongresics during the entire period of
their sessions in Philadelphia, and It has
proved a lountam of light to ttie whole
THE PATENT BUSINESS.
rWatagton Scial to the St. Louis .i,t('
The CommlusloDcr ol Patents has com
pleted his anuual statement of the busi
ness of his office during the past year.
The total receipts Irom October 1, 1870,
to October 1, 1M77, were $700,011; ex-
penditures, $004,000 showing excess oi
reccluts over expenditures of $103,000.
The number of patents applied lor was
18,021); registered trade-marks, 13,021;'
labels, fi79; patents allowed, but not is
sued on account of lailurc to pay Jinal
fee It is stated owing to the severity ot
the times 4,271, patents tatted, 11,212:
trade-marks and labels. 1,517. This U a
decline ot about 1,000 patents issued as
compared with last year. No radical
change in the patent system ot the Lul
led btates Is at present contemplated.
There has been some discussion ol the
lorm ol lcgihlution necessary for the re
storation ol the destroyed models.
When a case tor relsnue comes up, the
applicant might nuiend the drawing and
epecilicitious, but be can not alter the
model, nor can he get a reissue, unleM it
is shown on tlie record. Much ditllculty
and litigation will ensue, it is thought, il
Inventor are permitted to refurnish their
own models. The law now requires the
presentation of the original models. Af
ter the lire of ISM the government per
mitted the models to bo restored by in
ventors, simply requlrlnsr sworn evidence
that It was a duplicate. Several thousand
moAi'ls were thus restored, and the law
required that sf;er proper autucntla ac
tion they should be regarded as If they
were originals, A recent examination of
the ruins ot the burnt portions of tho
patent ofllcc has elicited the Important
fact that some thoupunda of models can
be restored sufficiently lor the uses of the
office. It is proposed at or.ee to clean
them and proceed to tlulr identification.
One wooden model w&a found in tne rub
bish, which had gone through the lire
without even the laK-l being destroyed.
THE VIRGINIA WHISKY LAW.
now it ori.niTES ix niciiMosi) a com-
l'ARATIVE SJATKMKXT LKIS UAVK TUB
SAM HOIIT t)P A I.AW IX TOIJ STiTK.
The Qulucy Jlmitd kays: "The .Mof
fat punch contrivance, now in iiho In
Virginia, registers tho ni'mher ol
"drinks" taken lor each of which the sell
er pays a small tax to the public revenues,
andbyiU means reliable statistical in
formation on the subject of liquor con
sumption is readily obtainable. The
official returns from Richmond for the
first seventeen days of September present
an interesting exhibit of the thirsty pro
pensities of Its citizens. 255.000 times
were "drinks'' taken, of which 135,550
were beer and ale and the rest spirituous
liquors. The tax thereon was $11,850
being about one and a hall cents tier
"drink," and making a revenue of about
f 220 per day. The population of Rich.
mond Is itated at t5,000, and the usual
proportion ol adult malts would give
16,250 men to take the 255,000 drinks, for
we suppose woman's rights do not extend
in the direction of helping the revcuuo
through the agency of the Moffat punch.
Seventeen day being consumed lu gvt-
iii.g uown una amount; ol what Dick
Swlveller terms, "the rosy," would make
15,000 drinks er day, or nearly one each
twenty-four hours to every man lu the
city, not counting the total abstinence
men wno ao not wish to set a bud ex
ample by drlukiug in public.
ine moouie oi tiia city ol Richmond
tram this source, based on the above re.
turn, would give 182,400 for tho year,
and In this conneciloL It may be ot inter
est to not the Income ol Qulncy from
the tame sourae. oniv in tha n it.
fCDiei. The lollowing table ihoivi the
amounts received by the city clerk Irom
saloon lloenses for the tl'cal J
ending March 31st
la2 .' ....',......l",t"1l
n:e . in
This Is an average of about $12,CO0 a
year. Assuming that 'juincy's popula
tion during the period mentioned was
about onerhalt that ot IMclimond, wn
tind that our revenue, from the sale of
beer ami liquors, is not onMhlrd what It
would be supposing our drinking pop
ulation Imbibed to the extent ot tho Vir
ginia appetite it the Mntlat punch was
put In use la our city. The same propor
tion would yield $10,000 annually toward
our current expenses, all ot which would
come out ol the pockets of tho consum
On Monday tho unsldcnt i-sued
The completed cycle oi summer and
winter, seed time and harvest, Inw
brought us to the accustomed season at
which a religious people celebrate with
praise nnd thanksgiving tho enduring
mercy of Almighty (iod. This devout
publlaconletsionot the constant depen
dence of niun upon tho divine favor lor
ull the good gilts ol lite and health and
peace and happiness so early in our his
tory made the habit ol our people tind
in a survey ol the pat year new gronnds
for ltd joy nil and grateful maniiestation.
In all the blessings which ds
pund upon benignant season,
this has been a memorable year
over tho wide territory of our country,
with all diversity ol climates and soil and
product?. The earth has yielded a boon,
tlful return to the labor ol the husband
man; the heal ih of the people has been
bllirhted by no prevalent or wide spread
diseusc; no great liasters ol shipwrecks
upon, our coa'ts or to our commerce on
the seus have brought loss and hardship
to merchants .or mariners, and clouded
the happiness oi the community, while
sympathetic sorrow has been exhibited
in all that concerns our strength and peo
ple. This Is our greatness as a nation In
that it touches the permanence of the
government and the bcueliccnt institu
tions on which It rests, in ull that all'ects
the character and disposition of our peo
ple, and tests our capacity to enjoy
nnd uphold the C(Ual and free conditions
of k-nriety, now permanent and universal
throughout the land. The experience ot
the hist year is conspiciously marked by
the nroteetlmz Providence olOod, and Is
full of promise and hope lor the coining
generation. Under a sense of these inli-
nltc ODligauons 10 me ureai itunr oi
tides and seasons and events, let us hum
bly ascribj it to our own faults and frail
ties il in any degree that perfect concord
nnd happiness, peace and justice, which
such great mercies should diffuse through
the hearts and lives of our people, do not
altogether and always and everywhere
prevail; let us, with one spirit and with
one voice Hit up In praise and thanksgiv
ing to God for hi, manifold goodness to
our land his manitest rare lor our
nation. Now, therclore, I, Ruthorlord
It. Haves, President of the United States,
do appoint Thursday, the 2:nh day ol
November next, as a day ol National
Thanksgiving and prayer and I do earn
estly recommend that, withdrawing
themselves Irom secular cares and labors,
the people ol the United States do meet,
together on that day In their respective
places of worship, there to give thanks
and praise to Almighty God lor His mer
cies. In wltns wheieol, I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal ol the
United States to be affixed. 1 one at the
City ol Washington, this 20th day oi
( tetoher, In the year of cur I ord 1877, nnd
of the Independence ot the United States
Hie one hundred and second.
Signed) K. 11. Havks.
Bv the President :
IV .u. M. K jhts, Secretary of State.
THE GRAIN TRAM'..
TnE"K.sr a.;d wesi i.i.w.'' AKt.t yi.si.
The New Orleans Times, October 2-th:
'Belore the crops were r'ady to eoiue
forward It was predicted the movement,
when it did take place, would send rail
road stocks up in consequence of Inc reas
ed earnings. The results thus lar haye
not lulflllcd that promise. On 21 roads
tbcro was a gain ol SS32,237 In the earn
ings (or Teptembrr compared with Sep.
temlcr last yew, but on their ajrgref'ute
business rlnce January 1 the Jo Is $,.
321,791 on fl; l,.i-;r.fv, ol layear. W hen
it ii reincmleicd that 1S7'1 was a
year of disaster to Hie railroad, this Is
lar from encouraging. The gf.in In Sep
tember wis confined to two roads, the
Milwaukee and St. Paul road and the
Chicago and Noj thwestern road, all the
rest ot the 24 roads actually netting a
loss on !!ie business ol lust year. The
reader will not overlook the fact that the
two roads named are west ol Chicago,
the trunk roads eastward ol that city
bein in competition with the lake and
canal ronlc, having gained nothing.
These lacrs show how unerringly com.
inerce grain in particular patronizes
the cheapest route ot transfer, it Is
all w' ll enough for the not them
papcis to talk about the "natural East
and West line" In the movement of
Wetern productions, but it can hardly
be sal 1 they take cither the direct or the
quickest route. Certainly it is not
"direct" to go from Chicago to New
York by way ol Lake Superior; neither
Is that the quickest lino of travel. Wc.
do not doubt hut that tho bulk of the
grain produced In tho extreme North
western States will always travel on
nominally Ea-t and West lines, but alter
all the principle that rvally and truly
controls its movement is the cost ol
transportation. If tho mevement could
be rendered cheapest along the "direct"
and "quickest" route, not a bushel would
ever float on the waters ot Lake Superior.
But tho ''direct" route is not, omlcauu ot
be made, the cheapest route, and if in the
course ol events it should ever happen
that grain eatj be moved to Liverpool via
tho Southern ronto cheaper than by any
other, tho same law that now takes it via
Luke Superior would bring It to Now Or
I. s aim acnu it to sea through Captain
hails' Jetties at South Pass, Sew York
pBpers, and notably tho Bulletin, roll this
argument of tho "natural East and West"
line ai a sweet morsel under their ton
gues, and with magnlilcent airs advise
New Orleans ot tlm folly to expect tho
grain crops of the Northwest to mako a
detour of the Southern route in order to
reach the open sea. Certainly they
have misunderstood the views en
tertained here. We have inalutaiued
steadlaslly that tho .Southern route
u not impractinauic, ami lor certain nor
tions of the west is quite an normal as is
t he hake Superior route to other portions
ol it. if the extreme northwestern states
patronl?o the "longest way rotinl" to
avoid tne toll gates ot the "direct" route,"
why should not other portions of the
west, not to remotely north, patronize
uin riTL-r rouie mr uie tame reaionr mis
IS tnt view .Nw Orleans takes ol the
J. T. WARREN & CO.
IMPORTERS OF t
Order by mall Promptly attended.
A Leading Feature.
American . tad Xaglish
and ' Condlmanta
SH7KT3D FOR QUOTATIONO. ' "
0 1 and 60 Went Necond St., IXCIXXATI.
Established 1830. For Throat Prescribed ft Sold
Absolutely Pure I an.I luns bv Phvslcians.l I everv
and PALATABLE. I lisrasrael Use no other.! Iwhert
AKER'SUOD LIVER Ull
J.0. V. It lliEU at C O., rroprlelorM, lMilladelphlia,
grain trade; it is the view otten expressed
in the Tumi, nnd is now being strongly
vcrnieu ny tho steadily Inereusmg yoi
uine of grain exported to Europe through
this port. New York during the present
year had the good sense to tear down
tho toll gates on her "longest way
round" route, and the bulk of the move
ment has consequently been along the
canals, ns is shown by tne languishing
condition of tlio trunk railroads between
that city and Chicago. New
Orleans is doing tho same
thing. Ono by ono slip Is tearing
down the toll gates on commerce. Kven
now her charges and port expenses are
lower than those ol any other tldewter
city in the I'ninn, and the drift of senti
ment hero Is that this retormation must
bo kept up until New Orleans is practica
bly alrccport. Meanwhile the grain erops
south of tho Ohio and south of the Mis
souri are increasing at a wonderful rate,
ond we reasonably expect that their
movement to the open markets of the
world will be through this port on ac
count ot cheapness In transportation in
other words, for the same consideration
that now sends the erops ol Iowa, Minne
sota and Wisconsin by tho lake and canal
route to New York'ln preference to Jie
quick and diicct translers of the grand
trunk roads. This is our faith, and wo
propos e to cling to it, and light for it un
til It U vindicated bv results so trinmuh-
ant as to ehilm even the recognition of
the New Y ork Bulletin.
Catarrh of tha Nasal Cavities, Acute,
Chronic and Ulcerative, Hay Fever,
or Rose Catarrh, Catarrh of the Eye
and Ear, and Catarrh of the Throat.
8tCCESSITIXl TEE1IED WITU
SAND'S RADICAL CURE,
Cl ATARHH la a due aea of the itmcooa membrane.
J Temperament and conaUtutioui vary IM rem.
Itr In Individual cawn. catarrh may arise from a
cold or a lUCceeMcii of olila, from sudden change
or atmupbere, wearing wet elotlilnjr, or expoeuro
to inolement weather, and becoming thoroughly
chilled when the diiretllve organ are In a morbid
or inactive condition, ami the itrcnifih and vital
forcei exhausted. The dloeaae may arise from a
crofuloua condition of tha blood, from bearlet
Fever, Meailea, ami Diphtheria, In which casei tha
eya and ear are (fenurallr involved and discharge
quanlUloa.of milter. The dischargee from the
Boee, the distinctive feature In all catarrhal easel
from whatever ciuiie they arise, may be thin and
watery, and so arid aa to canse reilnesa and exco
riation of the skin with which they tome In con
Uct.tr thick ar.d ycllotvUh.eniUtiug a foul odor,
c r cluir and white like the while of an exti Thrt
uiay be an entire lack of s.'crttion, the eurfacea be.
Insf dry and fcvcrlsh.lha face, front aud upper pert
of the bead feelluguncomforUble, and aa ft It waa
encircled by a llglit, unyielding band. TdU latter
pliuie M called Dry Caturrh. The free mattery dla
chargci causa tha puaugce to swell and become
thickened, rendering breitllilng throueh Uie nose
(Jiuicoit or luiuoaslble, and the sutti n r finds It
irecisry to bnathe through the month, tkarely
permlttlnacold alt to psss directly to the bronchial
tubta and limit. The tauiur poaal.n down tha
throat cieatet a constant dwiie to liw aad at
ticcurate to throw it off ; but when the tutmbrai
la dry and fsverlsh, lnte ad of passing fil down
iruta lit Loa.! aad ihroaMhe rcucus beuomw hard
and fdrma Into tcalis, lucrustutiona, and bard
lumps, which adhero so flruily tu the nasal post avis
and throat aa to require very persistent efforts to
tjioloujfe thtm. The eye In sympathy become In.
CaiEcff.rcd, weak, and watery, or In the mor.li.
the lids may be lound glued together, and inatitr
1 accretedln more or lesa quantity. The ear also
becunee seriously affected, discharging quaiitlllea
II matter, beeldea being visited by tlic mit vlulei.I
r.euialgie patria, ending Ireoiter.ily in Ir.llanima;
tibfi, ulceiolioa, and anally dcUness. The tbroal.
V toncnlal tuhea, and lungs are In many cac allcci'
td by catarrh, end when prostration u the ntr.
tous srateai U tupcraddtd, iucli aUvcllou becouia
A briif romy ef thti mottisrlooi d1eate warni
Jll who are afflicted with It totiia!:esieedy trei.ia
lien lor Its treatment before Itbecomeathrbnlc.
Tne edvantagee ottered by Btwoiu a KabicsL
C ra we cotiflUenlly believe are to be found lu to
finer remeilr. Kry etep In its preparation, every
line Intbe dlreetlona, mark It as ascftntldo remedy,
t alculated to meet every phase of Uie disease I La
?umerona tfitimonlals from the best people ta tha
nlted State attest the esteem In w6i u it Is" f Id
t y Uosa who have been freed Irom the moat da.
rliWSfjlT iM" 1Ui "
t eJCST PUBLISHED.
A earefntlr m)aa Treathe on Catarrh, with an
accurate deacrrptlon of iymptoma aiidsympatbetlo
lug wim BairroiD'a KamoaLCcHt a apeedy and
tarmanent cure. Also obeervatlon on diet ajid Ilia
enersl bealtn. ef vast Importance t.j all afticuj
Klu,eUr"1' W'P!ed alK.nl f acn bottlell
WJU ksawlea frVii l
Fsci psekSM of Sixroan'i n.MCat rra Poi,
J p lit SanTord'a Improved Inhaling l ubi. with
full dlreetlona for use In ail cam. HVe. aiT' noil
Of all wholesale and retail drtlgglsts throaiiU
l'!ii2jJaAu' 'V " Canada. wikkVi
alaeaaHiaM Haifaaa ak a
vwivs rams ana AOneSe
It ciree Kidney Complaint.
... v aiu Dirl),
a . vr
It relaiea StUtenid Com." "bT
tcuret Innammatlon of tue i ir.r
il l f' . . ""Hill,.
t la Grateful ana Osm,.i.. -
1 1 cures KplTeMT or iti '
It It kdoried b, tiVcX-i,,:-."
PBICE 28 CFMT
o'.d.bT n Wholesale and R tan KXZZT.r. X.VZ.Z:?
aOTTfcll'roprlcUirs, Boston, atasii.
The attention of the pubho IS called
to this great improvement in
te: ef Hones M Gin it t Iriil,
Call at the
Eu ail Wis Futor;,
NO.ll'j COMMERCIAL AVE.,
and examine and be convinced of (ho
great superiority of tills new collar over
the old stylo hard and stiir collar now in
use. It is a well-known fact thit every
day large numbers of horses are rendered
unlit lor service by dialling, caused by
the nso of tho old stylo collar, and that
py this means many Horses are made to
wnlk. 'l his new collar will obviato all
such results. . . - f
THE TURtEY HORSE
, , COLLAR
1 . ,'.-,),Ht '""'to' tno anil see Uiem
at 1 19 f oinmerelril aveiiue.fool of .Seventh
tYIMR. AVrnUwatiteit. tltul.'
m lu..tllB,...u II... ...alr.
aiiiisu j troHTO co at Uau.k
Bef irefnlto obtain Coutn'ToiTiTO Ptitrn.
FANCY, aOATI. ,
, CAVVID nviTi,
i.JlO BUSINESS HOUSES.
.!. Any ljuiuea firm can bare Ihreallne
I atf, in Una titliiinn liuiler appropriate haadin
tilu rule ni ai.Mi ier momliof ljwryir
eyutili' iimrterly in advance.
llHnlMNre, Ntovea nnel list Waire.
A . 1IAI.I.K Y liealer in fituvn.Tin and Hani
lure, l.uiileu and KaruH-ra' lmileiumta, Win
ji.otlr, lU-frigtmtorB, fumpa ami ladders.
1.) t'liinTwri'ial Aveniia. t.uilrin(f, and Job
iVork iluiie on aliorl uolu e.
I. S.Mi (i.tlEy-lalerinbardand lortlum-)-T,
fluorine, reillng, ahliuc ami aurfacad
Itimlier, lath anl ihinglef. Offlito and yard
torucr I w inlktti street and Washington eveeue
LANCASTEIt ft RICE-Itoalera in lass,
Uiore, liliada, etc.. bard and awlt lumbar aad
IiIiikIc. Yard ana ofllc. Commercial avenue),
oriirr 17th street.
I). II A 111 1! IX-nealer U Queeaawara, Tojt,
!.niie anil all kind of fancy ertiel. Coinmer
: al avenue, coiner dlta street,
Fliotogratph j ,
WILMAU WINTER-Slitb itnel between
oniuierelal avenue and W aahingtom avenue.
Clatniaa auid MaraUaauaS ratiletriasa;.
JOHN A vrKIM-Merr bant Tailor and dealei
.0 Kraily Hade Clothing. 71 Ohio Leva.
Keert Kait AfeMaclex.
M. J. IIOWLET Beat Eatote Agent
na siia reat awuic, ooiiccia rwnia. paya ouan
mr uou-rniidenu.etc. CommerciaJ avenue, be
tween (nUi and Tenth itraett .
lottoo and Toliaooo Kaetora and ara-
urietort of tlia tar mere' Tobjuvo Warehouse,
r.'-'i A W! Comtnniercial Aveaue.
f APPEB YOST-
u tieneral Forwanllnjr aad (omnilitio
merchant, fur the aale of rami, Uatdea, Ur
:hanl and Dairy I'reduoe. lei Ohio Lereo.
EA. WHKEIXJCK ft CO.
lieneral Forwarding and Camsnlsfloa
merchants, and dealer In all kind ef Fruit and
1'iodure. 64 uhlo Ix-vee. Conaignmaatl selic
;(!, SienciU furnuheil on applicatioa.
I jj i k7m""k."c,"
I I TheknlghU af the aboTe order meet
1 1 at their hail the flrt aad third Monday
n eu.h muntiu CoBirnarcial avfiua. !.t iim.
louinof uth stmt, ats p.m.
. , . .-.tii.siaa, it. ai .
HJt f Js'J -,
Knigbu of Pytblaa, natta every rrt
day nigbt al baUf-paat MTaa. ra Odd
rellowe' IU11. - liowa,
AXEXANDKB LODOB, SO. Ma.
toaepeiuMiu una or uoa-Pas-
y Iowa, merta every IhOTaday night
at hau-naat asrrea
, ta I Mat aauoa
mmereial avenue, iMtwaaa Sixth and aeraaLk
rteta . U. Raiiono, N. U.
MAI HO ENCAUrlfENT, I. O. O. F., meeU
vin Oil.l-lfvUow.' Hall oa the ant and Inird
lure-la, inevry inuntto, al haif.paal arvea
A. Coatiwot. CP
A CAllUl J.OIM1K, NO. 237, A. V. ft A. at.
Jf U11I1I regular eummuaieaUona iaHa
vaoaic Hall, oornev coraunatislal avetuM
aud Elgbta alxeet, oa tha aaoond and
ourth alouilav of each month .
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpHa BlII.r.KTlN is puhllahed every nioralng
(aittpt atoavlay) ta the Bulletin Building, eor
ter Waatiingtoa avaay and TweJAh street.
Thi liCLLtiui U aarvad to city saDierlaers by
faithful carriers al Twenty -Five Cents a Weak,
payalile weekly. By Mali , (la advance), 10pT
anuui; all runnlhi, t; three raoothi, ID; on
rtiouUi, II 2.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
Puhliabed tvery Thurslay morning al II
net annua, invariably in advance. 1 be pottaf
i a the Weekly will be brtbatJ at thU oflca, aa
suUcrlben il olilala fora laUorlntUa
rictol 1 1 year.
Biulneas Cat da, pu aaaam US
One i(uara, en near Uoa, t N
Oat iiuara, two inaertloaS, 1 M
One square, oa wee , n n.n 3 M
Ua aqaare, two weeka ...,m.m 1 10
On square, three weeka,. ,,.. 1 M
Uae tqure, oae sBOBtb, .... M
One square, one laaertloa, .... M
Each iubieiuaal laaertioi M
EJ"One laeh is a square.
KfTo regular advert tee r we fferiupetlor I
duetDMBts, both as to rat el charges and aua-
ner ol dliplaylng their favors.
OoMKUBloatlona moon fubjaota af
r InUrest U tha mbllo aolloltad.
Ef All Duel nets Letters should adlnssaa ta
I'alr aUailat CasaiMaiy
fMwiljl TtM i)al rtaVtM W(J
.- wi wmi
1 et IWdrBjS W-iarwailaaeahgaU
W; . l.itiiatai will baj. lUm. raa-hj ft.!
Tt.fva Make. ly a,aJL 1.4, knaaiaW iW
I.... t,nae.au sua, a mm kiAl Smmtt Mtf Am
o. ii. aktl.M, art luou., v waniMKrata
aa ww a w aa wr a Val
mw ujj' the golden LlOIi, Omtj Lovee,
1' r V T f eft m " I i. . 4 I -V
SIGN OP THE CIRY13TAL UOnTill."""""
, : , aidiington Avenue tndlhthCtrcet.
The Best Extract of Buchu
BaalRCIiAy BROS., T v -SPICa
The Best Sarsparilla and B16od-pHn;
To Be Had at , L '
Barclayo' Drue Btbro. , ,
Agency for Dr. Jayne's J ncdi(:i-S
Barclay Ei?c3 C.cip,
For Holman'a Aguo
Ohillo and Povor .llciticiaca :
THE BEST PLACE TO
Shoe Blacking. Shoe Dressing, and Btov .Folbi
California Wine' Port
T i. ..... .
ii you want tsoscnee'8 German Byrup,, ' 1
One or One Hundred Cottlea
00 TO BARCLAYS' DRUG 8T03I. j
iq aaa imI ij ljs jjam . m&wnmram-
Extracts of Lemon and Vanilla, ! ;
Cream Tarter. Coda C:
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG BT022L : . ! r
i i 'i? ii ' '
Shoe Blacking, Stove Blacking, "
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STC21.
Tll a. -ra - a - V -
-ttiui, urusnes, varnifn
Coarse and Fine Combat,
1irV.a. T J rWTI A m
tv iii to uvau, w mie zmc, Aanseea ull. . , f
Turpentine and All Oslor
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG 3TC23." 1 ' !w4 '
McLean's Cordial, McLean's Pills,
AT BARCLAYS' DmBTSSa' '&i'r
French, English and American Perfumery ,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUQ STC":
Wax Flower and Artists' Materials
' . AT BARCLAYS' DRUQ ftTQJir
Buy Copperas, Blue Stone Indigo, Uadder. .
Nutmegs, Spices,' and Pepper
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. ; .
HomoepathifJ Medicines "TTT3'.
. AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOSli'
All Kinds of Almanacs
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STCIX
Bottles, Vials, Corks, Sealing Wax 'I n i
and Corks for putting np irriilt
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STORE. 4 u i
II . , a. L 111 11 ' I -. X. -r ' - I ' ' II Jl
Shoulder Braces for Ladies and Gentlemen
AT BARCLAYS' DnUO 5TC.";
I . mk 1 . '
The Best Trusses, All Styles, , ; , ,
AT BARCLAYS' DRUG STOfaE.
Quinine, Smith's Tonic, Kress- Tonic,
Malaria King, and all Ague Uedicines
AT BARCLAY8' DRUG STORE. ' m
Writing Paper, Envelopes, Pens end Ink, .
AT BARCLAYS' DitUQ tTit.lg.
Cough Medicines of All Kinds " " ' ' "
: , . AT BARCLAYS' DKUGATtS '
Paper BagsWrapping Paper and Twin
AT BARCLAYS'. ChU3 011.?
Feather Dusters and Counter Eriuhcj - -4 XW
AT BARCLAYS' Cr.U STCr. J. .
Nursing Bottles, Gum Nipple, end Rubber
At .,.,, .f;,.-,1.
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At Barclayof Drua Cim.
BUY AUflUST " -VHYJTS.
Taj ' . ' ..I
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and Anm.. -r
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AT BABCUTS' DHUQ StcSg. Y:tfiA.K
-T . 1' . i . siairwiwavwaawawi
urutnea, , 1 r -: v u ii '
DRUG STORE. .
and Hair Brnshej
AT BARCLAT3 VIZ SIC
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