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'BY JOHN IT. OBEltLY & CO.
CAIltO, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 15, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.'
lie Idhitht. I
J'nt Umiiocnitic noiliboM in Mi"i
'"ipui enmity, in a total vote of i',Y.l
rolioil up n majority if WA'A for H.
11 n "i t
"i.ii. urown ior uovunifir, anil gave
fieri. MeC'oriuiok, lloiiiotxiitii; candidate
for C'onyris.M tlic liaudcnnio majority of
rut: Missouiir legislature.
Tlii) Democracy of Mifcouri did a
lwMe work ut the election last Tuesday
and havu placed that Statu firmly in the
J'ciiiimnitiu column. Of thu l.'iS Kcp
rcentntivej in the lower liotino or the
Legrlnturc they havu elected 78. The
Liberal., elected "I; the Fu(ionit.
1 1, and the McClur ltepublican.s 17.
Democrat!'; majority ovcralllS. Xcitli-
or J?V5tfJy'nn a,,'t,m, mnjority in the
Senate,, rmt thuru arc onouior I'usion
iits wnnVill eo-operate with the De
mocracy to make tluit body nubit.uitially
TltKlVhawnetowii Mrrcnry calls the
Hl'M.CTU tho Cairo Daily Affidavit, j
The ftfrcurtfthM been taiifrht by thu
re.ntlt Vf tli election by tho fact thai
it, ciiidulale for Congress ran behind
ii. W. in nearly every precinct in
m-i 'unruf. uiai wiiai lliu IH.'I.I.KTIN
irnfca na become luct; anil it
rurylfh hdvictcd upon its first itu
jiuNo and retool to support Mr, .Mium
and (IcneKJl Logan. Hi it could not
re i-t tlw procure, and went back on
iu pledgo to remain oufcitlu thu fight.
D.inV "corruption fund" had too many
attraction to be resided by .Mr. Link,
ami hi good rciolution was murdered
by greenbacks. The Mrn ury tliould
ehango its title, and take that of the
L'ruwjuh. Tho "Shawneetnwn f'nifjUh,
by Mr. Luxk," would be both apj.ro.
priatu nnd beautiful.
Tin: (!myvino'fi'fmnf, referring to
t'.n publication of ten column of C'niro
IIJLLKTt.v mutter by toe Carmi Couri'r,
rrmnrit", with n vlslMe ctrort at mwcbiwi :
"Wo li.ivo not observed any jrei revniu
t on of public cntimoiit In cur.svuvncuof
tho publication."1 InillvIduMs not ult
so drowsy or pcrvcriely blind n tho editor
i f InJrpenilent.Kare have lilscovc red a
very loclJ?.l rovolutlon of public stntl
t.i nt, nnd that, too, within tho immadin'.e
rafo of the Courier t irifliwnce. Tho
' matt r In question wa nimud ht I). W.
.Munn, Y.v. In AVIiStocounty, miVm tho
Cuttr.tr l published, 3lr. .Munnrnn fifty
v tC4 It hind bis ticket, and in Wnbush
t unty, 1 oro tho Courier lurjjol.v circu
late, li rnn sUty-two votes lhind bit
TI. Independent muy have injurid Munn
u httlu by "ilnmniuc; him with faint
rni:e,' but at that ihott U nhnost powcr
I f rgood or evil, wo uttrlbuto tin re
fit Indicated, eipocially in White county,
c..r!ly 1 1 tho eood work of tho G,tirUr.
77; inr.isois Lr.Gist.ATCiu:.
The complexion of the Legislature as
it: 1 1 c 1 b , tho "corrected" list of mem
h r j. iblished iu the Chicago Tiim of
tl: 1 1'h iust., is a follows :
II m-o, Democroti, St! Hails., I!
Siuato, 22 Democrats 27 Kails., 1
Tho "corrected lit" needs Mill fur
ther correction. An anti-Logan, inde
pendent Republican, .1. . Murray, wa
clu ml from the Fourth district, mid an
individual of thu samo "way of think
ing," only n little more m, from thu
W. K. Drown, Radical, is conceded
t-j tho Second district, but as Mr, Urown
is notoriously ineligible, his Democratic
impotitor, thu Hon. X. K. Casey, will
doubtless bo permitted to qualify.
Tho lion. C. Coi.UMiius Dki.a.vo, (ion.
Uiia.vt'b now .Secretary of tho Interior,
whom the whiskey ami tobacco doulcrs may
chance to remember u thu lato Commit
sllon'cr of Intornal llovbnue, U acitizon of
Ohio. Ho ought to bo known in that Stnto
jiretty well. The Columbus Crisis thinks
it does know hini pretty well, and give us
thU asu plcturo ot his character: "This
is an appointment totally unlit to bo imido,
but this is probably the reason it was made
if Dkla.no is not n corniptionUt ho Is
nothing. His political career has been but
it singlo jorlcs of swindlers. H0 never was
fairly elected to any otlloo by the pooplo,
upon whom ho is a fraud of thu Brst water.
In him ability it supplanted by unscrpu
lousnoss. Ho will nmkoit flnostool-plgoon
for tho thieves who conlldently expoct to
rob tho Treasury through tho Intorior
Department, Tho thieves havo uothlng
moro to do than to oiler him a thuro of
tliolr thefts to securo his services,"
JIi'.ow.v'n majority over McClurg iu
MUsouri in 41,007, with twenty counties
to hear lrom. itiese twenty counties
will jirobobly increase the majority to
All the power and pa tronago of Pres
ident (trant were exerted against Urown
and the colored vote of tho State was
thrown against him almost solidly, yet
be received thu support of about two-
thirds of nil tho voters in tho State
more stinging or merited rebuke was
never administered to nn administration
since the formation of the Republic.
As irato old gentleman who runs a
littlo Itadical paper iu Whitu county
nays Jthat tho Hui.lktin, once upon a
time, confessed that it had slandered
certain lictiublicaii candidates, nnd
humbly begged pardon for its basoncsi
The irat" old gentlcmau h nilsiiken
Tho Uui.t.KTlN never did any such
thing, and we stand ready to wager tho
old gentleman against nothing, or
against his interest in heaven, which
amount to nothing that he cannot
find n paragraph nor a Kcnteiico in tho
columns of the Iln.i.F.TiN that iuti
mates even a desiru to recall a single
expression ever ued by us iu n politi
tal canvas. If he wants greater "odds"
than we ofior him let him Make sonic
thing f Iiat is worse than nothing his
reputation for veracity, for intauce
run ronrr-sr.cosD vosannas.
We indieatu ebewhero the complex
ion of th. Forty-first Congress. The
Itadical majority iu the House is "'A, in
tho Senate 17, on joint ballot 120.
In tl'j Forty-second Congress tho
Domocrrls will make quite a difierent
hhowing. Tho returns of the lato clcc
lions, official and unofficial, indicate the
following gratifying change :
l.V TltK 1IOUSK.
.Stutci. Dcinocrnti. llndlcah
.MnM.-vcliue.M. . ,
V- l I.
..,f .fiivnim. .
Jthode Inland 0
.Ninth Carolina 1
rp . n
1 , , ,
i :iiiic--vu i
W. Virginia :
Totals 1115 131
Tho complexion of tho Senate will be
changed by thu election of Democrats
from West Virginia, Oregon, Tonnes
sec, North Carolina nnd Alabama, and
by tho eler tion of a Itadical from Now
Jersey. Tho Sonata will therefore
M.iinl 15 Democrats to f7 ItadicaK
Radical majority on joint ballot !0.
Democratic gain (id.
Of tho Radical representation iu tho
house at least tlO arofreo trailers, or rev
enue tarifr men, who on all tnriir issues
will act with the Democrats. We are
thus insured a conservative organization
of tho house, and an end of aJl gag laws
and hasty legislation.
Tho official returns may slightly
change tho foregoing figures, but tho
chances aro that tho change will bo favorable-
to thu Democracy.
Tho States marked with u hnve not
yet held elections.
vliV OLD MATTER REVIVED.
Tho only Itadical paper in tho Thir
teenth Congressional district tluit bra
zonly insists that Messrs. Cartor, .'Brodio,
Donigan, Krutusiek, Kirk, Prion, and
other prominent mid substantial o itizcus
of Alexander and Pulaski co unties,
sworo falsely iu tho Muuii-Do.nahuo
matter, is n littlo hebdomodal, publ ished
in Grayvillo, and known ns tho jr(fo
peudint. Tho geutlomcu named havo
solemnly affirmed, under tho bidding
obligation of an oath, that when Mr.
Donahue filed his first affidavit in tho
Pulaski cirouit court, declaring tlw t D,
W, Munn had inveigled him into tho
naval service nud thou withheld ?: 200
of tho bounty money promised, lie,
I Donahue, wan duly sober, perfectly ra
tional and was not acting under either
' ncrHtiasioii or eomnulsion.
The editor of the Independent noT&uy
man living dare tell either of the
witnesses, to his face-that the facta
stated by them aro false Donahue tens
mado drunk and scared into the signing
of an affidavit denying any knowledge
of his first affidavit, nnd by whom? Uy
the partisan friends of I), W. Munn
When ho sobered off, however, nnd re
covered his senses, he rc-affirrncd his
first affidavit, and exposed the means
resorted to by Mr. Munn'.s friends to
induce, or rather compel him to subscribe
to tho denial of nny knowledge of it
Thus it is seen the editor of tho At'
drprndrnt haB tho authority of
a drunken nun's false affidavit,
(secured, as tho affiant liiuiicjf says, by
tho Itadical friends of D. W. Munn
through a resort to threat, etc.,) for
stigmatizing tho best men of Alexander
and l'ulaski counties as unprincipled
men and perjured scoundrels.
u should not refer to this matter
at this late day had it not been forced
upon our attention ; and wo now dis
miss it finally, with the remark that
Mr. Donahue is now and ever will be
ready, when allowed to act without re
straint, todcclare that tho only affidavit
ho mado whilo under the influence of
liquor and fear, was the false one ex
tortcd from him bv the friends and
supporters of D. W. Munn.
THE SECOS'D llEPHESESTATIVE
DISTRICT WHO SHALL REl'tlE-
In tho Second Representative district,
Hon. X. R, Casey, Democrat, and Col.
W. R. Urown, Itadical, were voted for
by their respeetivo parties for a seat in
tho lower houfo of the (Icncral Assem
bly. Col. Urown obtained n majority
of something over two hutidrcdkvotes ;
but the fact has transpired that lie is not
eligible, and cannot, unless his partitas
friends entirely ignore tho plain provis
ions of the Constitution, take his seat.
The new Constitution provides that
no person snail iw ciigiuio to tnc omee
of Representative in cither brauch of
tho (Icncral Assembly unless ho shall
i:ivo reMtled for the period of two years
iu tho district from which ho w.h elec
At tho time of tho election Col. Urown
lad not resided in the Second Repre
sentative district three mouths, lie
gained a residence iu Alexander county.
in tho Firstdistrict, and exercised there
in all the rights of citizenship. On tho
22d of February, 1870, ho voted at tho
general charter election in the city of
Cairo, his name being the 120th on tho
;oll books. Later, to-wit: on tho :iOth
day of May, 1S70, ho voted in the
city of Cairo on the proposi
tion to subscribe 8100,000 to tho
apital stock of the Kentucky nud Ten
nessee railroad company, his name
standing tit the very head of the lit of
voters. If any further proof were nec
essary to show that, at tho time of the
election, Col. Rrown was not eligible to
tho office he sought, it may bo found iu
tho fact that when, something over a
year ago, hu removed his family from
Metropolis, or tho territory of tho Sec
ond district, ho avowed his purposo to
become a citizen of Cairo, remarking to
citizens of .Metropolis that ho did not
know that he should ever return, to re-
ido. Iu pursuance of tho determination
thou expressed hu brought his family to
Cairo, resided here, voted hero and thus
tablUhed him.-olf as a resident and
(iti . .1 1 .
citizen, inu inaiicr is tuns reuueeu to
this point: If Col. Urown has resided
iu tho Second district during tho two
years last past, and is eligiblo to tho
offico of Representative, then ho was
mt a citizen of Cairo, and on two oe
cusioiis voted illegally. If ho ic a
oitizen of Cairo, und did not votj ille
gally, then of course, under tho new
constitution, ho is not eligible and can
not qualify as Representative. Tho
negativo of this proposition Col. Urown,
us tho honorable gentleman wo havo
uvor known him to be, will scarcely iu-
If Col. Urown is ineligiblo tho votes
thrown for him go for nought, and, as
u consequence, tho Hon. N. 11. Ci'-'cy
hliould bo, nnd most likely will bo, de
clared entitled to tho scat. There aro
tevcral reasons why he should not lies
itato to tako tho seat, prominont among
which nro tho following : Ho will bo
following a precedont established years
ngo by Itadical general assemblies, both
State and national. Ho will go as tho
representative of a large majority of
tho substantial voters and property
holders of his district. Ho will be ten
dered a seat that ho, only, can legally
fill, and which no Itadical in thu state
would hesitate to contend for under
The matter will bo passed upon by
a Radical house, nnd since that party
has seen the result of their disregard of
State and Federal constitution1", in
times past, thoy will not dare, iu pal
pablc violation of the word and spirit of
our organic law, to deny to Mr.Casey the
The Lute Election.
What the Radical I'apcr.s. of the Dis
trict say About tlin Result.
From llic Ml-JCanncl, ft'M.'li County, Urgintrr.
White county Is reportad to have given
Crcbi a majority of 000, Kdwardt county
glvct Munn a majority of 31'!!, which It n
great deal below what was expected of her;
Munn rum behind his ticket in this conn
It, and Democrats claim tho election of
Crcbj to Congrctt bv a good round minor
ity. From tho OoleonJ IlfroM.l
We have the assurance that wo havo lost
heavily In this election; not iu changcsi
but in Jhe unpopularity of tome of theean
didatei. Many Iltpullitam votithc tieft
with the exception oj the name oj 1). II'.
Munn, which win scratched out. I.inegar
and Catties will jirobablv run ahead of tho
In tint precinct 1). W.
Munn will fall behind (ten. Itaum't vote
about 1C5 vutcs.
I'tom the Slitvtiifelor.il (RnlliUn Co.) Mercury.)
Klkctio.v I'.ktviixs. We hvo received
sutllciunt returns from this Concrctsional
dlttrict to induco the belief that Col Crcba
lint been returned to Congress by n ma
jority ranging from 1.000 to 1,500. S. K,
(tibs'un und T. K. Holcoinb, Democratic
candidates for tho State .Semite, havo also
been elected by similar majorities.
Tho .Statu lni gono Itopublican, but wo
have no definite returns.
u unit a u roil CAinoi
Notwithstanding tho recent addition to
tho Itadical ranks In tho shape of tho now-
ly onirancmseu, uairo nat gone Democrat
ic, giving tienunil Anderson, candidate for
Congress for tho Statu at large, n majority
of 11 votes. Cairo hns many true Demo
crat, who doubtlessly worked faithfully,
and n full vote wat polled, but wo beliuvo
that the hnnny result was duo mainlv to
tho judicious nud novcr-tlring work ot tho
uairo liuuctm. vwtnoui mo iiuucim
Cali'o and Alexander county would havo
ifrven a Radical majority. I'aducah Ken-
The Herald of health sy: Why are
feathers worso for budding ttian cort;.
Tin!?s. er nnv other tiib$tiinco that it too
conly Ij lie "renewed often''
Feathers are very iior conductors oft
ht, and coiiieoueutly keep tho skin over
heated, debilitating it, preventing thu full
performance of Its functions, nnd rendering
the iienon more Ilablo to colds. Not onl v
this, but tho functions of tho skin being
impared the liver, kidneys. nnd lungs have
to do extra duty, and aro liable to becom
diteaicd incon'eqitonce. Anothcrobjection
to feathers is, that there It a decomposit
ion of their animnl matter going on will
inu innu anu ;ucy nusoru nnu retain mo
emnnntions from tho body to tuch an ex
tent that they soon become too filthy for
l'rnlrl nn I Ire.
When tho prarlos aro tired, tho out-Weft
reporter have to "pander to a prurient ap
petite.' Hero Is nn nccount of how the
butfalos, lleeini: from the hunnni: ura,
sought refuga; in .Sioux City: Mlrnvens!
what was that a liugi l.i dy rushed pnsttliu
frightrnol women Hiid like a demon incur
unto dashed up the ttnut. Thin anotlu r,
and still ntiutlior, tlieu the place resounds
with clicking liuofii, and a si-a of muving
hair and glittenlmr horns till thu streets
and sldownlk. Cnih I crathl crush! tho
rilics resound upon thu streets. Cradi!
crash 1 and heavy bodies tinh to rlso no
more. A moment of horror and bewilder
ment, and then tin town Is ouiot tho
streets empty, nml t!i thunder ot rcci-ding
hoofs form's' almost iiiaudibly upon thu
ear of tlio citizens who now cautiously
sally forth. Iu tho strpt't and gutters
dark, shaugy masei am dimly to bo teen
by tho lighYof the now dying' tiros. They
trugglo and vainly try to rio to tholr feet,
but soon sink buck and beat their huge
heads against the hard roadway, and as tlin
crimson life dream pours from mouth and
nostril, roll their oyes iu tho dentil ugoay.
lly thu morning light naught i to lu si'i-n
but tho gory pools which yet lay like
miniature lakes upon thu streets !"'
r..tlrliolorH Hnlr ljc.
The itrn intiit. wuain does not contain lead
nn vitiiol polKom to piitlj jo tho system or rc
iliun denih. It in perfwlly harmless r.iablo
nstniiUm'oUM, Avoid the vaunted na delusive
HMttons boasting trluestlicyiionot possess,
tu would (cupntlin danger. Tho gemiuio
W. A.ltHteliflor's Hair H) lias thirty years' rcu
itfttlon to uphold U integrity. Sold by Drug
tflits. A piled at to llnuy street, .V. r.
i:ui) for young men, oa Social Kills and the
propriety or impropriety of gettlaj; married, with
sanitary lulp for lliomurlio feel untitled for mat
rimonial happliiesi. Sent free, In xealeit envel
ops. Addlent llovturJ Association, Box 1', l'hll
ailelphla, I'n. repttlM.lui
The liii)ui'Ulinlile Perfume.
Asa 1 1 1 1 o , tho perfumes now in uo have no per
uianenuy. An hour or two after tholr iim, there In
nutrnoool purfumeleft. llowdillerent Islho re
tiilt tucceeilliiK thu tito of .Murry und Ivniiian'a
Florld't Wntor. Iiaya after its application tho
liandlierctilcl exhales it inoit delightful, delicate.
ud trei'uule trnaratieo. umrbleoilly
0H:a of J. S. S02BIH3,
420 North Eighth St, PhlUdtu
A color and dressing that will
not burn tho hair or injuro tho
It doea not produco a color
mechanically, aa tho poisonous
It gradually rcstorca tho hair
to its origiual color and lustre,
by supplying now life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fino hair.
Tho best and safest articlo
ever offer cd. , r. .
(Clean and Pare. Kb sediment.
ASK FOR DOBBINS'.
I'.e IhMn nnljr, anil t Tlm!, Health and
Mousy, 1 1,000 i'.r.'.VAHIi for any of dlteaie,
la any itiK vtilch Iher fill to enre.
IIS. HIUIIAU n lillLir.. HAL-
HAMS, Not. I ft V. art Ui
crtste.1 altrralirei known.
Da. ltlCIIAL"rt Hi) I.II n.V
t:i.I.Ilt D'AMOUll It Itie
(Irratest Tocle an.! .litrlnc-M
In the Mnllcal I.Ut. Iliu III.
OIIAU'rt OUI.DE.V AS'ITDOTK
li tho nn!r reliable illarctle.
The llenMles are not adTertlsed to Cure all
Complaint.. an4 lineflt none; but are juarantM.1
U eScct a IU.llcal atvl H-ly Cure In all c"i lot
which they are reoonmeniled, wh'n all ether treat
ment has talleil. Tens of thousands yearly reenf
by their ue, who hare lost all hop", nlbvro.
nuuneM as loeurable by the best otZt taeJIcil
JLA 1IAI.SAM, Ko. I. yfiti Ucers, Uleerat.t
Hore Throat and Uflulli. Wore Eyei. Cutane
ous rruptkn. CopV'A'l'"1 Hlouhti. goreneis
jftbt Hcalp, t'crofuiyic. It Is theGreateit Iteno
Tatir, Alteratlre aI IUooJ PurlSer known, r
raws all mercurfrom the system, and leaes
the blood pure anrt healthy. C
nn. ljujiiAU's Goivm
JLJ lt.I.SM. No, 'J, cures Mercurial Affec
tions llheumUini In all Its fjrui, and
Itei ImmpBate rellerin all cases.
.Price cfXlUxr.Vo. 1 Qri', J per bottle, er tw
W. IUOIIAUS GOLDEN
ANTtHiJTl:. a radical eure fir all urinary
iltratiR'ncn I'rlee 03 lr Mine.
Dll. lilOirUJ'S (i OLDEN
XJ r.USIIl tr.VilJflt, radical cut fir
Ntrtom or Ucn ral lietllliy. In clt cr
yonn t lapartlnj tntrey villi wnndirfal tlect.
Price Jirerbotile. rtw fort). Z
On receipt tf price, thno rcraedlct will be
iblppe.1 to any place. Prompt attention paid tl
all eorreitwnlenti. i!tt cennlne without the
name of "Iirt. r.lfttArs fiuLHES WIMKUIKH,
Ii. II. nil'HAIUM, Solo rrvprliter," blown In
(la.i or bottle.
Circulars sent. Trvle supplt at a liberal
illicount. p -r
Address, DR. D. V- KCUAItPJ, 1 Varick
Street. .V.w Vurlt.
"V 1353X1 A''
Sal-.'.vtion for the Hair.
For Restoring to Grte Hair its
Phalon's "VitjI.Ja" dificrs
t ttcrly front aJ.Vthe "dyes,"
' coloriTj'. 'Jtiitl " restorers "
(?) in c. It acts on a
totally c.yYercnt principle. It
, ii limpid,'', fragrant, ant! per-
fectiy ii'.ncK'ira'.i, precipitates
j no muritiv or fl.uilcnt niat
i tcr, requires no shsif rtij up,
ami co.iujiunicatcs no ?tani to
the f.kir. or the liner. No
paper curUan is netoviarv to
I conceal its titrbi-,''i p arancc,
for tiic unjic .iv.f . Ii.tt ' is
u-t titr.ti '". It is, v i'l intents
and pu .' V61..J. a Nt.w ;ii:ovtKY
t.t l Oil
' "it,i.ia" is
warranted to c.iw! a change
in tho color kif tit. t..;tv v. ithtn
io days after the firstVipolica
tion, rhe direction being
IT 15 AS CyJkR AS WATER. !
ANiyAS KO SlJDlMK.Vl'.
Price, pne Dollar per Box,
CO.N'VVi'r.'i.SlJ TWO I'tTTI.KS.
Sold by aliPruggists.
If your DruggiA has not
" Vitalia " on handf write, en
closing Si.ooJnd we will
forward it immediately.
PiiALcy & Son,
Si 7 Broadivav. N. T
CW. 11M;, M. I.
1DENCK Corner Ninth nnJ Walnut
OKKIOlVCorner Blxth Streot and Ohio Lereo
oKyjOK ltOUlW-From 9 tt.m. to 12 m., auj
SMVTIf A: CO.,
Also, keep contntly on haml o most com.
1 pleto flock ot
' Scotch and Irish Whiskies
I Pirt, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
I Wo arn nuenls tor J. Held .1 Co.'d Celebrated
I We sell e.trttnrely for Cah, to which fif t we
1 Invite tlio attention of tc Mrirtin buyers,
'ftped.d Klt-nt.on Bliin to Ailing orders.
i Tim xovv..
H. M. HULEN
A N 1)
Hn Hciiioretl Its Ills Old Stand
U omniBicial Avenue
Wlierli solicits i continuance of patronaire u
Ills forniercu.to inerr, niill a. tlmi , an man
m.V (ill... k. tll.Vu.tit ...linn . t w. w i . m
I if.. teniUKnlily olii-tp fur I'M.li.
, Trrni. t Ktrlctly ra.li, for whltli Uo will ell
l ouurl'iau llihlovt. joTtf
Plaster Paris Plasterers1 Hair
Iiinic In IlitiU, ntunys on Iiaiitl
CORKER Bill SUOHIO LEVEE
3Q0T HEiD SHOE mill
lift ween Mnslilnirtuu A vc k I'ojilnr S
ISontx nml Slioeu.llml.(n Order, l'lni'i
M'oi'kuai-ii : lis sloj-e-l.
j.j .1 M,i ia y t:::oTjri:tvs.
( r.u t r. ciir.
'y iminrui. ft
And ACJlIN of
OHIO ItIVi:it A KAXAAVH.V
.wo . 70 omo xjextjshj
(M.NCI .V.NATI AUYKUTISKMUNTS.
j a t: cncs:i:ravAT,i
STEflRI WmS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron Work
No. 2 IS Kust IVml Strioi,
Cor, Walnut & Gano Sts
DAVm & TUOKER
Ixo pi.' X o i or k .
ACS EN CY OF
THE DAVIS VERTICAL FEED
Thu Complctcst, Hlmidcst and 1M
Sowing Machine Inline.
Cor, 8th St, & Washington Ave
CAIRO, UIIKOIS: ,
Tim demand for thn DAVW SF.WINO XACII
1M'. In the Atlantic Hlates, where they are beat
known, und whern they supplant nil others, le
greater than can he supplied. ,
ItneTcr falls In any kind of work. It Isaimpte,
eoti'l.tina of a few utrornr, pitrt., and Its rertkiil.
fecil enai.ies It to run out seams and to turn cor
ner without change of milch nr ton.inn. .
Clotlilni; and (Unto manufacturer prefer It
nil other, ami that It l Just tho tiling for famfly
sewing oteryoody wil I acknowledn after exmn
1'ilng. Meesrit. Iluders hare seTCrat sues and different
al)le of finish, and respectfully Inslle all who
BEST SEWING MACHINE
Manufactured tojjire tlienm call before ptirrlias.
Call nml (Jet n Clrrnlor.
ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS'
Tne mipertnrlty of this oieellent preparation
avur nnyidher urtlclo eer olfered to the publhs
has iH.en ili'inoiutrjlv l.y tho wonderlul popular
Ity It hie ntlalncl within thu hrlef year since i
wintlr.t niaiiufuctiired. .Not le.'. tluin '
Ono Million Housekoopers
iirnlo.day nslnj Sapolln In this and nthereouti
trie., anilllioileinaud Is ntpldly increa.ini;.
Until lirlrlj, rotten tniii1. iscltl mill, lye.
are no longer a ne 'en.ity m tlin houaUuld, slnco
Sip'ill') linen llmuork of eanh and nil these, .Mid
with listens Lihorand expenic.
The folloMin nnm few ot 'thn npecialnses t
which Sapollu In ailmlrnMy mtapted :
TO I'M: AN WI.N'nOsVK-Wlthoutwvttlng carjxle'
or olllin tho pilnt. Takun wrlclotk,nut
ilrippmu, ruli It orer the cke of Hapollo
ttniil It i.eoieredwllh a ereaniy lather, o4T
then hil.kly orer the panout kIxii ; eleao
nllandpolinh with dry eloth or chamois To
reniuro varnl.hor dried paint will require a
littlo i'itr.1 ruhtinic.
TO CI.KAX KXtVUS-Useyour ilirh-eloth, rubl
on I Im fcapolio, ami then rapidly oserllM
knives. This will Kit a brilliant and dura
hlii poll.li, without scratching.
IU POLISH TIN, MUSS, and other Callaary
Article Huh tho damp tlotli on the oak
ii f H.inollo until ueli cneerud. and then
iiulekly urerlhesurlaca of thu utensil. Si
mil produco u lustre equal If not superior to
tu th new.
TO (M.'l.V I'AINT A Mi WOOIl-WOIlli-f.e'Ha-miiu
na alKirei ilonol mli too hunl, and
rln.e wlthi'lnlnln clean water.
I'OII HOISt: I'LIMMMJ-Hipoli') isoftno great
eit valuo In tho earing of time, labor and
the wear of the article, clean.ed. Try It
mice nnd you will nererl without it.
FOlt IVAHIIIMI IIIMIIKS, llatli Tuba, flours,
Tablet, etc. Where soap wan formerly uxeil
apoii Ih InTkluable; and once ued, will
never l" ilispen.eil with.
Itr.MOVKS STAIN FROM MAltllLE.
IN Till.' IIOl'SK Korntl purposes (except wash
ing clothe.), thi .irncle I. couvenlenl
eci'iioniK'al end rell'il le.
IX Till! STiMSI." Kr poli'hlinr ecule4, tneaturee
;litl, nrenpiier), lnlve, hear, etc.
IN Till! sllilP rr leanini!, polbhtug nnd re
mor.ii cum', ml, etc., from machinery and
MT llComei:-if iiron, dentist, clr
eiiirloeer, piinir niidini;r.iver.
X AM. I'l.ll I.SHlierx n clranmiig and foll.ti-
nig iiient,at linen riiivliti'. ecniinniical ami
turiiilei., i re'imri'd, nur Hpolio, will
prove lt gre.it ni erliirlty tuer all ellmr
nil: Itt.Mni'AMIlMI-iI ' tml.Jtl.t lmtiitery
prm'er, pi'iiter, piini.inraj.iu r or im.kiiiui.i
iircl-i Ii qtlleKlr reuioiei ai'l.N, paint,
ml. mid other ataius (runt Ihe lmn.i, which
n ip will imt touch. It rotten the lianda
nnd letive llii'tu uniiiollittiid Hlillv.
WMil' HV - your grocers and ilruirglsta
ill WhliiRton, St., nnd 30 OsTord St.
,e Yoik. Iindon.
mi'oktijiw i)F VtaITax ma hulk
Nt tlltU (llt.V.MIK, tic.
WARKKOOM.S ASH WOIIK BIIOI', COR.NElt
Tltlltt) ANI ST. ANN STltKETS,
Mouiiinents, Vault., drove Stones, Mantles,
I'lmnhing, elo ecu led with auperior work
uiaiunip, at lowe.t pricen.
K'ljih.h. lierman nnd Hebrew lettering uono
In tho heal slvlo.
Marble nnd Cranlto Kiiiurea, by the lest sen Ip
tinea of Kuroiio, imported.
All work KUurantet'il.
KnrUetlgns, apply to
OAKIi Ij. TIIO.TIAftl, AgCHt,
Corner Klslidi Street and Commerolal Avenue, '
)J, M.1,1 ...
YI'AtlD.VEU, M. I.. Ciilru
LAsiltESIPEN'CB t'nrner of Nliuteeth strsel
Wahlui!ltii are. OrUCK On Commercial aw
eu, over 1'u.t offlco. OFKIOK HOUIIS Krcta
ua. m. toliiii. (HuBilays cxijajilcdi, end lru
i to 1p.m.
i, & ii win