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S. S. ITAYES.
IIKMOCIIATK" rol'.NTV TICK" KT
Vnr Treasurer und Colic-tor,
.Mil. Cow'I.ks, the publisher of tho
I'hicapo Triliunt says that a fireproof
Imildinp is a humbug.
'J'uk moiiTS ok wo.MKN are so far
respected in Milwaukee that women are
fiuployed as newspaper carriers.
Jlo.s'NKU gave ten thousand dollars
towards the relief of any persons in
L'hieapo connected with the nevspaper
Gi'.N. (jiiAST, who has had no recrea
tion from biitiiie-. i-iuce tho railroad
excursion, now nearly two weeks past,
went to Hoston on Friday for a week's
.Says a late telegram, it is csti
' mated at the internal revenue bureau
' that tho Chicago Grc will reduce the
iutcnial revenue receipts to the extent
TllK HUiI'lUKTOUS of the Standard.
the baptin journal published at C'hica
(Jo, were not lets unfortunate than the
tM ol the newi-paper ineu of tho ofhec ;
Of all the material of the -:ity, nothing
was uv4 except tho subscription list
and the accouut 10(jkli. Th(J ,mWUh.
ors njipeal to mWcrlW. and frieuds of
the paper to help xmu iu thfcir ux
TllK WOHTIIV I'lllKi'-MAOthTKATr'.'
of these United States has performed
an act of magnanimity never cipialleu
unce Artemup, the great American
showman, actuated by a lofty patriot
ism, advised all his able-bodied rela
tives to tight and bleed and dio, if
need be, iu the war for the Union
We refer to tho touching charity shown
by Geuoral Grant when lie telegraphed
tho authorities of Hoiitoii to forego a
public reception on his arrival in that
city and donate the expenses of the
TllK J'OLIl'IfAI. J'KOKLKM.
In our opini'") )' ol!0
take the trouble to look may bcc three
wcll-tlcfiiieil lines of public sentiment
iu the political chaos of tho present era
of American politics.
First, we have PhillipvMorton
.dicah'sm. which is nothing but intensi
fied old-time iedoralUru, the adherents
of which advocated a strong paternal
central fovernniciit, and the substan
tial obliteration of state lines in short,
a limited :r.iinarchy under the title of
Next, we have Stephens-Toombs
MMithcrnisui, the doctrines of which
bear a stroutr faintly resemblance to
tho'e of the defenders of the old eon
federation, and of the Calhoun seces
sionist- of later davf.
Then, we have Groesbeck-Schurz
constitutionalism, the doctrines of which
are piecisely those of the republicanism
ol' the days of Jefferson, and for which
Webster contended and Douglas made
such a gallant fight.
No one who has given to this subject
a'moment's thought can doubt that the
political doctrines udvocatcd by Groes
beck and Schurz have the endorsement
of a great majority of tho electors of
the republic, and yet we arc compelled
to acknowledge that tho doctrines of
Phillips-Morton radicalism arc being,
year after year, fastened upon our pub
lie polity made a part of the govern
ment of the republic.
The explanation of this fact may be
found partly in the present organiza
tion of parties, and partly iu the excited
condition of the public mind, in which
still linger many of the prejudices that
grew therein, like rank weeds, during
the late war. Grocsbeck and Schurz.
for instance the one in name a demo
crat, the other in name a republican,
but both, iu fact, advocates of precisely
the same dectrines are nt this time
not members of the same political
organization, but arc fighting nt cross-
purposes, and at the polls cait their
ballots one against the other. Groes-
bcek expostulates with Schurz and
points to the fact that he, a democrat,
is combatting for precisely the same
doctrines for which Schurz, an outcast
radical,is contcnding,and says : "Here,
1 in the democratic party, is your only
'home; come in." Schurz replies
that the repunlicans who believe with
him cannot have any confidence in the
democratic party ; that it was the bul
wark of African slavery while that in
stitution existed ; that it opposed the
war for the preservation of the Union;
that it opposed the policy of enlarging
the circle of American liberty ; that its
present policy is shaped -if not dic
tated by the Stephens-Toombs non
(h'parturists ; that a new organization,
unencumbered by any of the burdens
of the pa! defiant and aggressive
is demanded by tho exigencies of the
time, and adds : '-llcro, in this new
1 party, is the home of men like you ;
' come in." The conservative Mo
hammed asks the democratic mountain
to eomo to him. The mountain re
fuses, and Mohammed persists in not
going to the mountain.
From what wo have said, it will be
seen, that, iu our opinion, the grand po
litical problem is: ''How can tho
' anti -radical and anti-Bourbons
' the only trim friends of
' American republicanism be united
' iu one political organization?"
1'ntil this problem has been solved
the radicals will be victorious. It is
therefore the duty of every true demo
jrat to consider this question without
permitting any of tho old-timo preju
dices to operate on his mind. lie
should foruet his hatred of men who
have been republicans, but are now in
accord with his political sentiments
He should not forget that war has
waged wido desolation, and that (to be
forcible at the expense of elegance),
" things are not now what they used to
1 wai." Ho should endeavor to remem
ber that the triumph of democratic
principles is what he seeks, and that any
man who advocates them is a democrat
by whatever name ho may call himself;
that it is a laudable pride which teaches
democrats to cherish tho name of their
party, but that " n rose by any other
other name would smell as sweet,"
and that, when wu meet republicans like
Schurz who wish to lead in tho direc
tion the democratio party is traveling,
they should bo allowed to gratify their
rauity that, iu short, the democrats,
finding the lion's skin too short, must
eke it out with the fox's, and, having
not the ability to drive, must throw tho
salt of conciliation on the tail of tho
shy bird of conservative republicanism.
TUT. LTII.ITY OK 1'AI'KH.
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it win, . pl l"kini! vcr' WL'11 lv rubbing
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much ntc r unit m,.rn convulneiit Vim i r
keeping lh..,mwU,)Ufu t ,a.k"tt 0 r m',5
pot and Urn., brlBl.1 Md le , 'thu tho
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In rubbing tinware and ipo.,,,,, t,v lm
bine like now silver
Second Assistant P(iitrnUr. ('.... ...i
mi1!'" ,"' K,nlt,li has resigned on arcount of
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THE CATKO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1871.
ANOTHER GREAT FIRE-
AVIIJJjK Pt.STJUOTS 8WKPT JJYTHK
H11EATI1 OF TllK FLAMES.
TllK TOWN OK M iN'ISI F.K COJIl'LETELT
nuiNKU-ovEK $1,000,01)0 or morKHTV
UESTIlOVr.D, IlUSlinKDS OF l'EOl'LK K.
l'OSKI) TO TllK El, EM ENT8 WITIIOU T TOOD
OK SIIKLTKU AN AlTKAt. VOB All).
Dktiioit, October 13. Full pHtticular'
of the burning of MunUicu on Sundnv
night nre received. About 10 o'clock the
lire- engine qnvc out nftor which tho flnmei
ravaged without resistance the helpless
town: tho wind blowing n gale all night
cstiinnted at nearly 51,000.000 on which
there Is hut $30,000 insurance.
of the people are bcyoud description
.Manistee being so ur beyond immediate
conimuniciitioh that considerable time
passed before their wants could bo known.
The people of Grand Itupids and Grand
Haven promptly supplied their immcdiutc
necessities', and bunator lorry nnu tli
mayor of Grand Itupids, have iued
to the peoplo of tho whole State for aid.
ineysaytuo latest news from jlanistcc
more than con linns all previous reports
of the tuHctings there existing. The
necessities of the peoplo aro imperative;
they ncd Immediately flour, meat and
cioimng. uircct all supplies to benator
Terry, Grand Haven, and a good vessel
will carryall contributions from Grand
Haven to Manistee. Tho people of De
troit and other cities arn
to the appeal tnado to their genorosity. A
cur loud of provisions leave here tonight
for Grund Haven, und ono noes from Lan
sing in the illuming. Largo quantities of
cloihim;, bedding und provisions are for
warded'by bouts to I'ort Huron, Lexing
ton and Port b'unitnc for the relief of hun
dreds of tho destitute congregated at these
ltcports from Holl nd announce that Mi3
Kov. Mr. Scutt is sufc.und it is now bcliov
cd that no lives were lo5t at tho burning of
Janesville, Wi October 12. Gnver
nor Falrehild tclegraplied tho following
Irom ureen JJay in rclution to the iseon
sin fires to-night: Tho nppaling calamity
luis not been exaggerated; over a thousand
men, women anil rlilldren aro now desti
tute. the loss ok like
has been very groat. Not less than 500
persons have boon burn 3d at Peshtigo und
vicinity, and 000 on the eastern shore.
Scores of men, women und littlo chil
dren aro now in temporary hospitals,
burned and maimed, in want of money.
clothing, bedding, boots, shoes and pro
visions ol all kinds not cooxed, aio nuuu-
ing materials and everything needed by a
family to commence life with.
iho nconio aro responding noniy, out
tncro is no uuncer 01 ncinc too mucn re
ceived. Tho destituto must bo provided
'or during tho winter.
JIILWAL'KKK, UetoDer 13. ly'OJ. Ii. HOD-
mson. of tno tireen l(av Advocate, toie-
greplis to tlic mayor as follows . Northern
tcamcr just in. Doctor Nichols of your
city und otnor pascngors nnng tno terrime
news that -1T0 dead bodies liuvc iicen luuno
at Peshtigo and vicinity, und it is thought
that tho loss of life will reach 700. This is
exclusive of tho cu't shorn where the lo
of lifo is fenrful
AN INCIDENT OK THE FME.
A coaplo uf faniilie", tho heads of which
were teamsters, living near the lake shore,
not far from tho WHter-wurks, stuck to
thuir homes to the Ust moment, iu the
hopo ofsivlng a porti in of tlieir ctrocH.
They wore cut on" by tho flames, howerer.
and'compulled to lice as they could, but
the only direction in which they otfuld go
w.is into the lake. The mon succeeded in
getting their teams hitched up, and hastily
putting themselves and families on tho
truck wagons, tney urovo into me lane us
fur us poiblo without drowning. This
wus at 0 o'clock on Monday morning.
There they were obliged to remain through
thtit live-long day, scorched by the brut
almost beyond the power of endurance,
und obliged to dive into the water at fre
quent intervals, to keep Irom being con
sumed. At C o'clock in the evening a
small tuir annroached the eroup of sutler-
or", and took uwuy tho women uad children,
but could not tako the men. Tho hus
bands and father wero left there for
twolvo hours loneer, nnd flnnllv, on Tue-s
day morning, were rescued by another
boat. All of tho party found each other
ut liKt, at tho houses of friends on the
West Side, but the sull'erines and expo
ure of the weaker ones mav vet terminate
THE (JltKAT rilESKNT-TAKr.lt.
From tlieNc-Vnrk Sun, Oct. lJth.l
Iu a speech at Albany yesterday Semi
tor Cotikling. with a boldness that does
credit to his eonm '(.', mude this atlirma
tion: Since Gen. Grant's accession to the
Presidency, as far as 1 can learn, ho lias
never accepted 11 costly present trum any
Has Mr. Colliding never learned any
thing about a entiage by the seaside ut
Lijiiu Ilrnnch, lin-sented to President
Grunt ut considerable oxpenso to some
urtyor partiei7 Wasn't that a rat ho
cnhtiy pri-scnt i
"While Mr. Conkling is studying into
this subject, he might al'o investigate
President (Jrant's transactions concerning
tho house now occupied by Gen. Sherman
In Washington. When he wus elected to
the p'ctidcucy that house belonged to Gun.
Grant. He o'llorcd it for sale, and sold it
for $10,000 to Mayor llowenof Washing
ton, who paid hiui ?1,000 down and took
his contract to convey the property by
deed. After this wu done, Gen. Grant
wroto a letter to a rich citizen of New
York, euying Gen. Sherman was too poor
to keep such an cstublismout in "Washing
ton as a General of tho Army ought to
have, and it would be a very good tiling if
the wealthy men of the country would
give him Sherman) such a donation as
would enable him to live in handsome style.
On the receipt of this letter a meeting of
rich mon was held here, tho president's let
ter read, a subscription started, and money
raised. This fund, llnully amountini; to
about $100,000, was taken to Washington
by Mr. A. 1. Stowurt. Gon. Grunt
aged i to that nut of this money thun col
lected at hU own solicitation, $05,000 went
into onn pocket to pay Jar the house he
had just beore sold to Mr. liowen or $40,
000 j and thereupon Mr. A, T. Stewart,
who had hrouuht on tno money and paid
over to Grant tho part of it which he
etioeo to take for himscii, was appointed by
orunt to tho olilco ot ."secretary of tho
Treasury. Poor Howen, thus deprived of
mo property ho Ii ml tiouelit. niurit threat
ened tn me for it j but hu was persuaded
to give up hU contract on tliu rupayment
of his money, with tho promise thut tlui
president would make Hull right with him
In dWiribuillg thu patroimiiu of tho Dis
trict uf Columbia j und this protnWo tins
nut been kept ,
IfciTA bookseller's boy darted into a
J'UK I'JtECIOUS FLUID.
THE SCANT SUITLY IN THE nt-nNT OUT
(Krom the Chicago Journal, Hlh.)
Great haidshlps nro being endured from
want of water, and thousands who w ben
a liberal s ipply ws procurable beforo thu
reat lire wero In the habit of wasting
what hu becomo a precious flnld, would
n..w pay liberally fr even 11 frn-tl.inal por
itoi. 'l that wbieli they thtew uwuy. The
iuinot economy has to beexerciseil in tho
indispensabio fluid, and, as a consequence,
person who aro most scrupulously clean
in their habits are compelled to forego
their former luxurious use of water and
otili, while all clean linen on hand lias to
be jealoii'ly watched and brought Into re
quisition under tho mott economical regu
lation'. The artesian wells, Union Park
and the Lake Front nro crowded with
men, women and children convoying ves
sel of iron, tin, wooden and earthenware
of almost every imaginable shape and sizo
in which to procure n supply of water.
Thousands ol carts, wagons ' wheel-barrows
and other vehicles, nro ulo employed
In tho ame capacity, while the authorities
have chartered almost every street iprink
lint: machine in the city to procure wa'or
and distribute it freo of cost to those who
need it. In some sections of tho city there
exist private wells, which for some years
have not been used, and many of the-e
now on being opened nre fontid to be foul
and uelc. " One man on "West Twelfth
eircct, who owns n well which happened to
contain n fair quality of water, refused to
allow any one, except 11 few of his rela
tion, who live in tho city, to draw from it,
and so determined is ho'in his partiality,
winch under somo circumstances might fio
comparatively justifiable, but under exist
ing circumstances, toay the least, brutish,
thut an eye witness declares the fellow
mounted euard over the well with n cock'
ed and luoded revolver and drovo otf all
applicants except the favored ones alluded
to, iric'pectivo ot age or sex..
Indeed, this is nit tho only casoof tho
kind reported, while thcro nro men going
round with barrel of water on wagons,
and selling tho fluid nt ten cents a pint, 11
dollar a pailful, und so on. The public
arc warned that these men are not author
ized by the city, aro so muny impostors,
and should not", if by uny means It could
be avoided, receive the" least encourage
ment. A supply of wutcr necessary under
existing circumstances, can be procured
from the city "carts," and tho extortion
ists avoided by the excrci-c of cloie econo
my und watchfulness. Meantime, every
thing thut can bo done by tho authorities
to furnish a limited supply of water is be
ing done, and tbo time ft" not far distant
when the distress in that p.articulur will be
comparatively relieved, unit tho arrange
ments nro being mudo by which, either to
night or to-morrow, water will be pumped
from the lake by stationery engine, into
the mains, so that the basements und the
llrst floors will haven supply.
KXTIXCT10N OK KIRKS.
VERY IMI'OIITANT IK TIlt'E.
u'rorn Harper's Marantic.
"A German writer, in discussing the
general theory of lire, nnd the method of
preventing and extinguishing them, men
tions various mineral sub-tanccs which
may be mixed with tho water employed,
to give iljmuch greater efficiency.
'Chief among thee, in his opinion, is
common suit, and lie maintains, its tho re
sult of actual experiment, thut one part ol
water containing salt will lmve more effect
than four without It. Heexpl-iins its uctloe
by saying, that a saline solution is less
readily vaporized than pure water, and
that it is not so easily decomposed into it
constituent elements of oxogen and hydro
gen, which, of course, tend to reunite and
pr duco a still greater intensity of combus
tion. He thinks that the salt itself
also, falling on hot coals, is de
composed, its sodium combining witl
tho oxvgcn of the w t r. but thut tbo by
ilioijii ol' tho water unites with tbo chlor
ine of the salt, and forms a completu in
combustible gas, which has a very favora
ble efl'ect In deadening llio flame, and
aiding in extinguishing tho tire.
There is no danger ot injury to the
tiro apparatus alien Juiit upon tile use ol
salt water, provided it be subsequently
flushed with fresh wutcr from ihe hydrant.
Our author advises that a supply of rock
salt bo kept in bugs in every i.ngfne-house,
und us 10011 as the Are breaks out thut tin
solution be made. It Is not necessary to
hivotho solution saturated, us a largo per
centMgo of water may lie added withoir
materially ntfec'ing the efficiency of th
mixture. " An important preventive of lire is sug
gested in the coating of the beams and t'm
bors of newly-built houses with soluble
glnn, applying this in several successive
coats ol a rather dilute solution, to be fol
lowed by a llnnl application of a mixture
of soluble glass and cement. Wood treated
in tins way may be exposed qtnto closo to
burning mutter without actually taking
Tbo Hon. .lame It. Doolittle, in his
speech ut Juncsvillc, thu answered an anx
ious inquirer, who inked him 'why bo
ii-umcd tho name of "Democrat : "
When applied to the old purtyof .Ictlt-r-son,
Madi-on, Monroe, und Jackson, it was
the most glorious namo in lntory. It was
a-soeiated with all our growth und great
ness: und now that tliequestioti ofslavery
which disiraeted and divided it, lias paed
away for ever, and it is again re-organizi ig
itself upon the old busk it will become a
glorious iiumo in the future as in the past.
This ori'iini.Htioii. instead of a new depart
ure, i a simple return to the doctrinoot' the
old Democratic Kepublican purty, while
tho present purty in power at Washing
ton, call it by wiiut iiume you will, goes
fur beyond anything und everything thu
old federui nurty over dreamed uf In cen
tralizing nil power at Washington. And
the issue of the day is more clearly made
between tbo present federal party ar.d the
present reorganized Democratic republi
can party then it was between tho federal
party of .John Adams und tho Democratic
Kepublican party of .lell'urson in lbOO.
THE NICOI.SON I'AVEMK.M.
A noticeable fact, und one of imtnenso
importanco in tbo rebuilding of the city
of Chicago is the almost perfect condition
iu which tho flro has left the Nicolton
pavement. Tho damage is so trilling ns
not to bo worthy of mention. Miles of
pavement on the North Side aro almost
111 scorched and perfectly free of debris,
nnd even in tho South Division, where
both sides of tho streets were lined with
lofty brick and storm buildings, there is
scarcely a point where a earrhigo mnv not
bo driven through the streets. Indeed,
except whore the buildings wero blown
up, or partially blown up, in endeavoring
to stop tho progress of tho flumci, the
ruins havo almost invariably fallen upon
their own sites. At points whoro tho
pavements wero burned at nil, tho flro
only charred them on the outside, and it
Is u question whether the process to which
they wero subjected will not add to their
t5SfTlio Provdonco llnrald says; "This
a Ivertlsetnent is from tho Atlanta Sun.
Who can vipluiu 1 Notlcu 1 hereby con
sent fir my wife to bu 11 Preo Trader Irom
this date J, M Maiiktt" Why. vou
Col. "Wm. Spcnco lias bocn appointed
United States Marsbnl for tho middle
district of Tennci-e.
A letter of Invitation requesting Sena
tor Schurz to nddrcs the cliizns of Nw
Orleans was mailed to St. Louis on Thurs
-"Webb, n f'l' -iii'lder of New-York,
had an Interview with tho president las
week. He th nks that, unless congress
shall do something at the next session to
aid steam navigation, ever v American line
will have to givn way to the llritish with
in one year.
Col. Lewis "W. Washington, tbo head
of n branch of tho family to which tbo flrst
president belonged, dlod on October 1, ni
ter a brief lllne of congestivo fever, at
his residence near Harper's Ferry, Vu.
Col, Downing, chief of tho Cherokee
Xntion, wus married recently to Miss
Ayres, a wealthy and cultivated ladv of
Secretary Boutwell has ordered the
revenue cutter Fesscndeii to go totheroliul
of the sufferers by tho lire along the Lake
Huron nnd Saginaw Hay.
A LOOK AHEAP.
(From the ChicAgo KTenloi Post, Hlh.l
Tliero is now only ono way to look
ahead. Chicago has a future as certainly
as it lias 11 past. Nothing is now left but
dwelling houses that Is visible to tho eye of
sense, but beyond these dwellings and
flanking und already overrunning tho hor
rible area of the consumed city, is n spirit
of enterprise nnd energy that Is quite
indomitable. All is not lost; indeed,
nothing is lost while hope nnd pluck re
main. Kail? fuil? "In tho bright lexi
con of youth, which fate reserves for a
glorious manhood, thcr.-s no such word as
fail." Upon all the blackened wulls arid
tottering towers, upon clinging cornice
and ruined pavement, is written broadly
tho cheery word rMurram. There Is
inutiline enough left hero to reconstruct
tho city even iu this terrible calamity and
this deep desolation. Thcro is waste,
but there is not despair. Tho bruve hearts
of our c ti'.cii. even more thun the sympa
thy of other cities, stands to us a pledge of
Chicago is bcncfrth to be tho inheri
tance of heroes. The men who will stny
here or come hero nd grow up with the
growing city will be men with pluck in
t leir eyes, hope in their hearts, and iron
in their blood brave men, capable, of resis
ting ar.d overcoming. Tho Chicago that
wa bequeathes to the Chicago that is to
be, an Opportunity the grandest tho sun
shines on to-day and it is such men who
aro to be the columns of tho futttro temple.
The bind i left, tho grand position is
loft, and tbo men aro left who reared the
recent magnificent city from tho prairio
mud. They can do it again, and they will
do it again. The consequences of the" most
disastrous lire the would lias ever suffered
will bo conquered and forgotten by the
most intrepid spirit of determination tho
world has ever reared.
r.t.nii.Y 4iito i:i(irs.
LOUIS JOUGKXSB.V, u
Dealer infill kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
I'nriiicr' Ynril mill rilnhllii?
Cor. Washington-av and Twcntieth-st.,
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I'AI'K ICR it HLAKi:,
WALL PAJ'ER, TAINTS,
I'lilty, llenilne, Casollne,
And the cclcbraUd illuininAtiri?
unoV ntrii.DiNo, con. 11th-st. a com-jikuciai.-av.,
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ir"'iri-il to sup)ly customer with the teM
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OrtliKUS left nt llullKlay Ilros. ollice, TO OHIO
I.IIVKK, or at Ihe ronl Vrd lclow the Hi
i.linili". Ilniel, mil reeeiio prompt ntionllon
IIIKTlliMOTAlK,, MlHi.nr,seoal a
elo steamer" at my hour.
IIOOTN AM) Sllli:s.
HOOT AND SIIOK MA K Kit,
liti-eii Washington Aiftiu nn'l Toplar i-trefl,
llools anil SU.oes Mucin to Orilrr.
Fine Wcrkinon Kmployeit,
CITY SIIOK STOKK
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
son: Aor.cv lun
BOO T 8 A X I) S II O K S
imurrclitl Avenue, Corner or Klglitli
rAKTICULAU ATTKNTIO.V l'AID TO ALL Olt
IIKIIH FOIl IIOOI'hKIUTS AN1I MIOKS.
The iinile'signeU, pri pru-lors ol Hie Dtiu anil
W11111 111 llftin, lmve Just reoelveil nil nn-urt-meat
m Ihe luteal ntilra of Jul, I'rinlinK types,
mill linvo now one of (bu most complete oin Hires
In I hu K0111I1 anil Win, I hey tlmler tlii'iiiseton
tlml IlK-v uiasen luijIliiicH for tlirninx out
(iromptly, 111 llie Ik stle nl the Art, ull MO-li
eiitriti-l tn I lieni from he unull n curil or
COltXKK SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntrsticn on Hl.ith-!.,)
J. 0.k, 1
. (J. i), !. CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. ho .wick. J
OAKK. CAIIY A CO. Croiiristors.
COltMKIlC'lAI.-AVKNUK, OM'OstTK 1'. O.,
JosKi-H iiavlis, : : : iuiopkiktoh.'
The House is Newly I'uiinisiied
nJ ofter to the public firl-cU itecommoilt-
tl n nt rssonalile rules.
Cor. WnhluRlnn-nv.itnil llth-l..
VT. O. CAKY,
PRINCIPAL UN I) E RT A KER.
U 1 ih
2 7. ; j:
SALKS ItOOM.No. 13SIXTII ST UK
IM.MII1IIANT TI liKTS.
FOR SALK, ) Fr Sale r FOH SALK,
FOU SALK.J KflFOK SALK
Fare from Livkiu'ool,
Fare from Loniicndkkky
Faro from Olasoow,
Faro from Queknstown
TO CAlltO, :::::::: $46.20
Hafloril, Morris A- On , lent.
I.lTrpoo!' Nrw-Vnik iihil Philaililphia
wui C0TrT witH isiTr.B snrn.isu tilnia
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
0 ri'itTHra rsronKmo
APPLY 10 JOHN O. DALK, Aot.
1 ..roailway, Nc-Vork, orlo
II. II u 11 1 t ,
Whinglon Atenne. Cairo. Illinois ;i
REAL KNTA rr.AUE.NT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
"I (sKCONIi I'LOOK) OHIO I.KVKK,
Uuv ami Sf.i.i. Real Estate,
FURNISH AI1STUACTS OF TITLK
A' I prepare ConYevances of Hi mis.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEIILER & UROTIIEIl
Have reopened Die
I'OI'I'I.AK HRAT .MAItlil'.T,
Ilctwren Ninth nnd Tf-nlli Ntreelw,
nil will keep constantly on hand tno best msu!
sUiiEhtero.l in the Cairo market, 'flif y Uely mm
jmuuuu, vu vh muni n inn.,
Ilnlrlier Mod nrnler In nil IllmU t'rrxb
Coaxm Nimiiiniu anu Pui-mk Kir.tiT.
C.VIIl ), ILLINOIS.
BUVH and slaughters only the yery licit cattle,
hOKinnd sheep, and in prepared to All uny
demand for fresh mejn from one pound In ten
thousand pounds, .InVJOtf
!'! PIALEU IS
KioiiTii Stiikkt, Uktwkkn Washington
AND COMMEIICIAL AVKNUES,
AiIIoIiiIiilt ItlUftiliuime ,v Ilnimy'M.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTI
H rro,ft"1' from "i0,t ample rl
i.muM-ritfilld K.I nl ,1 s 'ii,,.. ,,.,., i J
el ,e 1.1 if p. Hy u.i.i,. ed In 1 opi Ui u.e ol
IC .ll llllsiaKI. c.in in oe 1111 dc Hi us ftd
" nnriiiiess n i.i e i e. irom i miner, nl
tnele t , Ii, . hI n r llsl.le Tllev Iniv I
I III" Il J( ,e I MM:i'cli lul on. 1 1 Hill toll, K'll
in i.-uii.r .Ml . 'Ull
I, Cures I'eirrs.i'uiiirsl on. IMiatnmnli.
r j 1 111; oul.t or Ji elhin nl muni
nirrliiien. of cli.ldrrn and nl ill
lienler, irilplii. lelioii" coil
norum. ir.nn-ur.no 111 eol.ei
Mii.-rii-iiiiiriJU, . inning
4 hileri. eolds. brom.-li.un...
.ur I1.-I11, toolluche, ficmelJ
eiMinclies, melt lienlaclie, reil
M KIirilvIll' li.hoi slnlrmeli,.... I
"iiiir'l,or pulnful pcriodsl
M lifn-, too profuse prio.i I
rniiii, eoiiK'i, iliineull lireatlilil
nniiniiriiiii, r.rjnipiia', r.rupii
ItlirtimntlMn, rheum lie pain
rirrniiuAniir cum icter, J
Hi-. I.llud r Llce.llntf J
yimiiiiriiiy, and aore or weitk d
4'n nrrll. neuie or elironj... InftnJ
AHthnin. onnri-s.eil lireathlny I
i;nr lllnrhnricea, tin- mrod heal
neroilllll eniaiaed (lands, Mi-Ill
""iii I'l'iiiiiiy, pnjsicai mi
..... ..,.. ....., ..(.,,,,, .,.,,
Ilroimy mid wanlv hecrelions
Hen silrliiirH -lekness from rl I
iiiiiuey.iiisenNe dratel I
.-roiii l hlllty, seminal I
oiis.Ietnluntarv ilisel.Krirs. I
I'lti'lloxr, wits one of il
very ne e.ry In serioui euse-l
niirv .siiiiiiii, riiiKsr.
I rlnnrv Venllll. Hfiiinv I
I'll I 11 1 II I erlnils, Willi spaiuJ
hllllerlnm. t! tianife of 1 fe I
i:iilleH ,stp.iims,ni iius Unl
lMillierlmir, eniisd sere thr-l
or. 1.1 to HO InrKi' lull, iniiroerii
or roopMfioit ruse, roilliilnliit; a
M-rllle lor rer- oiiilliuir)- iIIh
eilse ii liimlly . Hlillr to, ami
iioouh or ill re Uoiih irum il'i
.-iiii,ii. r iiiiiii; nou nitrlliiix ca i
-TJ II) h 11.1,. ... , iKimH'JI
Ml Oit'h lor Hll I'rltial.. Iilk. tl.likl
Isith for CurliiK Hil inr l,r-eii
inr ireaiinri.t, m T .ml ix-.n-i
caits .. HI
I'U.Ml's, KVTIIAI i- 1
'ures Hum-. Ilrui-it, l.nne-in., -irenss-l
'iron, NprHl is. Tuixheie. K.iarhr, NVul
n.-uu, until), J.UIIIUNtfO, I'lieS, Hi ylB. H
.Sor K;e, lllss.ii,,,( i iio I.ynif., JV se,
a.'h, or of l'ie; uoriis, 1 1 er, ol i fores.
I'.loe, lioi., ,V) CIS., I'lnU SI Until
aim-so remedies, cxccpi I'miVs VI
,,, ,.-. ur fniji.p isx. aro s m 1 1 any
ttioL'outitrr, hy null or epre., of c
00 receipt ol llie price. Aildrcis
Otlice and IhpU, .No. IX! Ilroadwat, Scl
rm su.kiivp. m ih ii, caiiio,
HATCH i:i.O K M IIAIK IiVK.
This stirierli Hair Due is the arsr issued
I'erlertly Harmless Keil,e and Instil. ll
ao disappointment. .No H ilicul-.us Tints
pleasant DJor. The jr nuinn W. A llscll
Hair Use prixtucei IMMKItMTKI.V a srl
lllark or natunl llroun. Does not HihI
skin, out leaietllie Hair ("lean, K!t and IJ
mi, inuomy n.iic inu irie.'i i jf
R.ild hy all ilrtuticisti. Kscto r in Ilond
.New York ian)ilUodll
ITSCl'HK AND ITS I'KHVKNI
BV DH. J. II. HCHENCK.M.
Manr aliunmn liop hat p:iiic1aa7for,l
dealt) ihrf on nHthT ri-itfn than itio nfl
ir Known nnd indivpauuir ftniren meant or 4
ThoMt temr und lr.ir lit fatnllr unl friend
!-1 ilnfct Uicdrcatnk'sn itatnU-r liituwuuuj
DIt. JOSEPH II. M'UKNrK'Hht.MI
nt arallod tliomwlTci cf hl wrtndrfa.lr1!
vius nnjitini", uvj Nuuhi ri'k iiutu iailFn
ir. .-crime iisv in rn dwii Ctt. (irtLi
Uf . hy h mHlit-.rie4 und UU clrrctlQf fur I
un. ti 'lUlckunetl Into hfalttiful ilior. 1
In in: rUitcmont ihcfH (1 nutliln prM'l
tiKdm. 'Jo ttiu f.nlth cf tho Invalid i in hi I
M'l''f'nuilon thut l irt u thou nd times 1
Maniiu(i uf imriK uni yiiuio irks. I
tliiNirr of the ruro hr lit Sth nck in. m I id
I ut smiplM it It uiifailinv. it ('tnloiMpii
tjuirt nuurvuiuuui. tviviiuunr itvui
'J tc t-n.npol Tonic nnt Mandraap Pill arl
twu Wfj.omi nun which thti ciuulflitl
ma aOr 1 ha.i1!i-1. Two third cf tho cunl
r-Mii'Uinptl.ni -irluMnat') lu Or nt'piia ami tt tl
utiiuiiy His Tiicrt-i utrr, wnt, aim wmim
inu ijroMmai iurct tTtiiWiiiuu witni
ft-mucli. 'J iicv ntt)nd t i tho inorblnu u i
vt the liter. Ilurii iht'ii c-mil's lliu ciiltnlnJ
reult, and thu In, with ull IU Oijtl
Tlio Mamlrnkn l'lltt areeoniisise.1 of nnAofl
tnru's nulilL-sl L'llls-lhs I'lMluolilllum 1'rlL.I
'I hey K,.t.., i, i iho liiiMHl.wirililnc, nllerl
i-ii-i'vitivs w. taiuuivi, uui, uiiiiKu ciuinm, II
"LEAVE NO STINd IIKIHNO.
Tho work of euro Is now heclnnlnir. Thn
ttil und mucous deposits In tli'j tiuwtliniid I il
i.,iiii.,iury uinai uro ejetieo. I no user,
n Clock. I. wound lin. 11 arouses i rum 11. t..J
Itf. '1'liu stout. nit nets reiN,ntlTeljr, unill
yuuvub iVKiiis iu tevi lliailltf iSKl'llin;, ai
A HUPI'I.V or (JOOrj I1I.OOI
Tho Fea.wced Tonic, In conjunction wliH
Pills. IM'nneales Hnil usiliiillulL'S wuh lltn 1
l.'iiylitlcutlon Isuow privresiliiic wlihoui lul
Tlous birtun-s. I)lirvstln Pccomcs palnlenl
.lie L-uru is si-un .o u., ui ii'iiio. i ni-ro is no e
tlalulence, no eucerbatloii of tliu atotuucli.
unoellle sets In.
.Nowcuines ilia irreatest Wood Purlflorevel
risen uyun in.iuui.-ni iuiiier in sunurliiK
pcuenck ru tiioulo Miuiirumni In to oi-rl
lit functlona und to huslcii und compfetul
VUIF. It VUICIS UT. UIK-il USin 119 WlirK. JSII
enn not bo ctii-nled. It colk-cli and ripens!
Impaired und illseusel urtlona of Iho Id
Iiilhu form of futhi-rlni's. IL trit)i,rpa ihsnl
exiH.-ctorutloii, und loj In u very tliurt llniil
maiaur is vun'iuisneo, 1110 roiien inrono lid
occupieu is ri-noTiiiisi nnu maun now, Mnui
pmieui, in un 100 iiiuiiiiy oi reifuinen Tlkor.tl
forth tu enjoy ilioui-inliood or irvinanLiuvu I
I1IVEN UP AS LOST.
Tho second llilni! is. tlio mtlentt mm! ilaJ
urm room t mil ttier l-i-l well i it is almosl
1 s,lli!o lo present tuktnr cold when tlio ll
nro diseased, hut tt must l,n prnrented or a I
tun not ho i-Sected. I'resh ulr und riilloiil
t-siK!cliilly In this section nl tho country. Til
fiill und winter season, aro ull wronic. I'l
cluns who recommend thut courio loso thell
items, ir itietr luniri uro budir diseased! una
becuusu they ure In the liouso they musti
sit down iiuli-ti Iher must walk about Iho 11
us much und in fast us thu sirenmh will bel
vet up u k'lHxl circulation of blool. Tho pall
must keep Inirood splrlts-bocelcrmlned til
wen. -mis ims ll ureal oeai m u wuu mu v
llie, anil is inu k'reui point minim.
T.i di.sit.ilr uf euro utter such evldenco
tiosslhiltiv in the worst cases, und mural I
tiilnty lu nil others, Is sinful. Dr.Hdienck'sl
soiiiil stuteiiient in tno rucuiiy oi un usu
wus In these modest words i J
Mkmv ri-urs hl'o I wus In thn last aUffa
ronsiiniiitlnn t routined to mv bed. Hnd atl
time rny physicians thnuvht Hint 1 could not!
a worki then, like u drowning man cutchlia
Straws, I Ileum OT anil ODIUIIIISI llio prrpsraia
which I now ulTer to tlio public, und tliuy ii
n iu.rli.fl i,irn .if tnn. It Stnu'll tO 1UO til
could leel them iienetriito my whole ay
They soon ripened tno iiiauer in my iuiiks.j
I ...KIM atilt ,,,, (nor,, limn ii nlnt of onell
yellow matter erery uinrnlnff for u lonir tlmii
"AiaiMin us thut lei;an to aubsldc, my col
fever, pains, nnd nluhl sweats ull Pcicun to l
me, uiiO inyuppvtllo beciiuiu siiKrcut tlint III
wuu iiinicuny iiiui i couiu si-i-i .-'.'"
mucn. i soon kuiiicu my rircui,,,,, u,,..
uriiwn In Uesh pvit slnro.
"1 was uelirhnd shortlr after mv rCCOTIl
Uftdpil thn llnrtor. 'tliei, li,oklll2 llko U l
skeleton my welitlit wus only ninety
Miiinosi my presi-nt wi-ikii. i ihunm .i.-..
wenty-tlro (?!') ihiiiiiiIs, und for ycun 1 huril
Joyed uninterrupted heultli." .1
l)r. Cchenck hits discontinued Ills profesili
vi.its ii, N'w.Vork nod Iloslon. Hour Ilia I
rntluucipnm.nrerr paiurnuy jrurauA.
n'hi.an twtin wiiii ii thtirnnirli MTiiYnlnallon 1
liuar.li'iinu.liiw Mill lut 'slidrcroil .V Thfi I
nlpi.maUr tlat'lnrua llm omi't. -illldltlOn (if 1
luritfii and patlvnta run rcuOlly Icuru wbel
thejr uro curubly ur in,t. , I
Tho direction for takln tlie nedldncil
luiai'icii iu inu iniuiiitfcnco uvvn nt n cmi'i.
low thcte dlructlont. and kind Natura will df
rott, exctipttnic that In aomo cato thu Manai
uru til hu Laknn tn Increatbd dututl I
threo medlclmH nuetA tut nthor uccnmpanlmi
themt First croitto bpiwIIUj. Of retunl
thun th.i ii mi. Lt Inatriistlftnat tlllit HfClimil
When It uomM.M It will cooie, let tho deifl
Inir hI in.i liAof irnitrl thpfr. (lOOd blOOd Mtlfl
foVlowa, the cough Immeiit, tho nlithl aweal
irmhlnmt urn iritnrt fuTOVOr. I
llr. SchoncWt medicines aro comUntlr kol
tensur thoutsinns iu lumiiics. ABUidzauva
pant.ion i nnuu inu i uiiuumu njrup, w at
(if touchi und coldi. inur bo rocurded at a l
ihyluctcrlc utf&tritft cun.uiupUoa In anf ol
Prtco of tho Pulmonin 8yrup and Pca-wl
Tonic, I .l0 a bottlo, or HX) n lulf doien. Ml
uraao I'lii, id cunis a lux, r ur cam vj au an
WILLIAM 11. SMiTII.M. 1)1
T) ESI DEN CE No. 21 Thirteenth itreetl
Ii tweoa WftuhinKlon avenue and Wnlnut sm
uroce-i.i uomtTerc"i av nue, im tairt.
C. W. DUNXLNO, M. J).