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PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
IIDKIH lfl nt IMildnyllroi.oftW, TO OHIO
i r..ri... Unti l, trill receive urotnnt nttenllon
EVER, or lit (lie uoai yarn ociow ine ci
fill Tlu t. MIlVrUTIv ' will hHtiprnnl nlnni
aide ateamert at ny hour
WILLIAM U. SMITH, M. D.
RKS1!ES':K No. 21 Thirteenth atrcrl, h.
tweea WHnhlneton avenue unl Walnut elrct t,
uitie 12 Commercial avenue , up Maira.
C. W. DUNNING, M. I).
TF,iriKNCK-cornerNinth and Walnut Ms
JVOihre comer bixth ttreel and Ohio levee,
Ofiice houra from C a-in. lo 11 m anil 9 p.tn
Tismj or thc Duly Ilmcnx i
o . veck, by carrier 2"'
Jneiearhy carrier, In advance 10 W
ice unnlri liv Mail, "fl
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7 ofitta! jwptrol Aluanltr comly awl of Ihtnty of
(Sum; the oily turning dzilu in Southern tfinuii ;
u mk-aicaU joumif ; iou, but fcnrlet ; out
Im on oU luhjtcti of inltrtit lo (. jiuilic;
nlaMraIinrriMii'7 tircuUtion, thr. Unite
lmM'.ieitilhtxilrb iajtvt inttftigtnl rtateri and
tnUrpruinJ tunMi rnen.
THE IlOM.AU WEEKLY ilULLKTI.V.
John II. Oberly A Co. nave reduced (lie eub.
aerii'tion prim of the Weekly Cairo lltilleti lo
One Ih'iar p" nrtum. making It the cheapest jm
pcrimbllihed In Southern Illinois.
Fur K'pretenlauve in (toaurfi for the Mate-at-Larue,
S. S. J 1 AYES.
UEMUiitATIi' riir.VTV TICiCET.
for Tiiiurir,iii Collector,
JOHN P. HELY.
The Pokts liavc commenced to nlas'
tor the burnt district of Chicago with
rhymes and such rhymes !
Slwatoii i,.viii, iu a stiecch lately
delivered at Montgomery, Alabama, an
nounced himself as an advocate of thc
jifilicy of nomiuatin; n reimhlican for
president on a democratic j.lntfurm a
lilatform which should not recognize
the doctrine of the new departure.
The Demochatic Senatoiuai. Cos-vi-.ntki.n,
of this district, met at Me
trojmlis last Saturday, Mr. Inn. (.
Iliiriuan, of Cairo, was olee'ed presi
dent and Mr. Ilouton. of Jonesboro.
eerutary. All the counties but vo
wete represented, and the delegates
from them authorized proxies to vote,
but the convention very prop
erly voted the proxies out. Mr. 15ov
nian mid, Judge Melhne, both of
Shawnc'cLown, were placed before thc
convcujion, but .Judge MeHauu with
drew from thc coutcst before the vote
was taken. Mr. .1. li. Turner, of
Khawnectown, was then suggested, but
hidgo Itowman received a majority of
the votes, and was declared the utiani.
mous choice of. the convention. Most
of the counties appeared iu thc conven
tion instructed for Judge Uowman,
whoo claims to the nomination wen-
urgently pressed by Mr. (.'arroll and
other personal friends.
MAI IT IN OU M1L.I.KU.
I u u fw days the electors of Alexan-
tier county v,-m cuikll . .
termine whether they i.avu W;i.
liaui Martin or Hobort MilW c .
treasurer and assessor , ami vc Il0 1 republicans Mr, door;
doubt not tho least iu the worldil...iP,on"11 t'ity, for senator i
they will select Mr. Martin. i'i,cv
should do so. He will make a better
officer than Mr. Miller would, a
that Mr. Miller or Mr. Miller's friends
cannot deny. Tho fact is, Mr. Miller
has no (lualiGcatious for the office, and
no time to devote to it if ho hud. It
ia true he is a good busiuess man, but
wo have uo hesitation iu assert
ing that, if he weie elected treas
urer aud autossor, ho would give neither
Ills tiiuo uor .attention to the duties of
tbo office. Ho could not afford to do
mi. Tho income of tbo ofTtco H "llcr
a thotiMiid dollars a venr, while his
btHinos.", which dcmHiid" all his time
ami attention, return '' a fc'rfat
deal more money. Jlc would not give
uji )m bttfinw) to tilluiid lo thc dution
lj'tAthc COUIH.V oflico his friends have
nominated Mm for, mid unlos ho did
ho would be comiHilled to neglect bin
ofieinl dulie- 1 'r"0 1,0 W01lllJ,
liahille iho eoutilv'n nioiicy, and could
ih-po?il it in the bank of which be is
vice picident, but this wnr.ld not be a
lecnnipclrso for t tic labotvol the oRicc
He would ,be , competed' to nlbdot the
;im:.im'' miiiI tnu eouectioii oi tuc
coutitv revenue would, in short, hire
men to do what ho was elected to do.
Mr. Martin, on thc other hand, can
devotu till his time to the office, and
very much ji'ccds the money it will give
him. Lately bo ''as been exceedingly
unfortunate. 1'ire destroyed bis home,
mid the Chicago fire destroyed the com
pany in which it was insured. An old
time citizen, honest as thc day is long,
a competent officer, Mr. Martin stands
before thc people presenting claims for
their support which will not be disre
garded. He will be elected by a large
majority, and it is probable that before
the day of election Mr, Miller will
withdraw from the race. His canvass
i hopeless, and we are sure he would
rather have Billy Martin elected than
be elected hiimolf.
When thc vote upon the bill giving 1
to Chicago three millions of money out
of the state treasury was taken in the
home ofthe general assembly the other
day, lion. Mr. Morrison said, while the
roll wa being called, " If Chicago were
' hcrejin her former power 1 should
' vole ' Xay.' but Chicago weak and in
' ahes is too strong for me, and 1 vote
Chicago understands the fact thus
forcibly expressed by Mr. Morrison.
She knows that now, iu her distress, she
is more powerful than she was before
the storm of fire leveled her business
palaces with the prairie ; and, wisely,
instead of clothing herself in sackcloth
and sitting down to mourn, she has
gathered up thc ashes of her houses
and is throwing them very industriously
in the eyes of the Illinois legislature,
crying: " Woe is me ! Give me!" And
thc legislature has responded in a most
liberal maimer. It lias already given
her nearly thnv million of dollar?, nud
has provided that " any funds that are
'now or may be hereafter in the state
' treasury, paid iu on settlement of the
' canal commissioners' with the trus
'tees of the Illinus and Michigan ea
' ual ; tdso all funds that arc now or
' may hereafter be paid into the state
1 treasury, known as the Illinois Central
' railroad fund, shall bo used in pay-
nient of said amount, n.id a tax of
one and a half mills on each dollar of
' the assessed value of all tho taxable
' property of tho state shall be levied as
1 a special tax for the years 1S71 and
In this way our already tax-burdened
people, staggering along with it load of
debt contracted to build railroads
weak, too, because of the selfishness of
Chicago and the northern part of the
state are compelled to take upon their
shoulders another tax. To say, at this
time, this is a hardship which wu should
not be compelled to endure would bo
an extremely-unpopular mtenineo : but
the time will come when the truth of
the ns.'crtiou will be lecignized.
Southern ; UlimJis i liberal. She
gives whenever charity culls on her for
aid. She give, too, with no trudging
apbes ,is richer , thaii, .she, Southern
Illinois needs all1 thirh'id she can get,
md it was always very little she could
ut from Unca"o. o are. bow-
to submit to tho
Chicago burdens already imputed upon
us; but we don't wi-h anv more of
them, and are fearful the " destroyed
'city" will not bo satisfied with her
preciu spoil-. e Know Chicago. e
know her of old. She always had ex
pert lingers that made the treasury suf
fer, and she is never going to be satis
fied until she has made somebody el.-o
than herself pay her late loss.es.' In
deed, we are more than inclined to sus
pect she will turn the lire that des
troyed her into a profitable affair. Wo
know she will ir.ako other assaults on
the legislature ; and we wish, iu ad
vance, to denounce them to say to her :
" You have got enough ; hands off !'.'
The democrats have nominated lion.
W. (!. Howmati, of Shawneetown, and
Jeorge Mertz, of
in the general
1 Uh,,ci,,y, to fill tlmpluco made vacant
J Ulu UCulu u""- H- K. Gibson
.'r. wowuiuu Is in over,- wnv n.-ll...-
fittol for the senatorsbip than Mr.
lert.. lie in ,,,,,,,1 , , .
nut allow hi. politi,,,) prejudices lo
lead him into the dangerous belief
that all men who do ul U,,J,0
him lire rascals who ou-ht In. ,,,,.
.l..r.,.l Mr AI.W., ,,.! ,
Uereil, .Mr. iMertz, on the other l,ami
is a bundle ol prejudices, and can tuler
, .i . , ,. ,
......i miv.1 not uencve as I e
believes iu Iiolitics and rtliifion !'..
vp'iih bo bun lion n P,..i,...ii.. ,.(' ,i.
jctiM lie lius been u loinciilt r ol - (rile
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1871.
in tho community in which ho lives,
and is no doubt n disappointed man bc
eaunc ho has been uuable to drive all
the democrats out of Pulaski county.
Tho leaders ofthe nogroo.1 of that coun
fvu0H thorn as his tools. I lo com
pels them to give his Montis what they
want, but like all tho whito radicals of
Southern Illinois he takes
good care that a black man shall get
none of the offices be dispenses by their
favor. On occasions ho cndcavoM to
incite his black followers to bloodshed,
but has luckily not yot succeeded in
hi dangerous work. Tn IPCS he mus
tered a laige number of negroes in front
of tho Mound City postofiico, armed
thcni and marched them down to the
polls, shouting : " Death to tho man
' who scratches the republican ticket I "
If reasonable republicans, who desire to
produce good feeling nud harmony bo
twecn the white and black man, vote
for this man wo shall bo disappointed.
If negroes, who wish to bo on good
terms with their white neighbors, vote
lor this man wo shall bo disgusted, and
believe them to bo the greatest asses m
The truth is, Mr. Mcrtz is iu no sense
fitted for tho office he is seeking, lie
is a gentleman of very ordinary ability.
Iu fact, wc shall not overstep thc truth
when we say ho would, as senator, bring
reproach upon Southern Illinois. He
is as destitute of ability as be is ugly.
Mr. Bowman, as wc have said, is in
every way a more coupctcnt man than
Mr. Mcrtz. lie has had considerable
experience iu public affairs, and is ev
ery where rccoguized as a liberal mind
ed L'cntloinan. In tbo senate he would
reflect credit upon his constituents and
be very careful of their interests.
His catholicity of sentiment is proverb
ial, lie recognizes tho right of every
man in the republic to believe what he
pleases on any subject, and to freely,
without fear, give expression to that
belief. Among democrats Mr. Mcrfz,
because td his bitter intolerance, has
no personal friend, while Mr. Howman
has a host among republicans who
know him to be a firm democrat but a
liberal and broad-minded gentleman.
The ouc is a malicious politician ; the
other a patriot who recognizes his polit
ical foe U3 welljas friend as his fellow
citizen entitled to all the rights he him
self enjoys. Mcrtz will not do. His
place is on the shelf, among the dirty
rubbish of the radical party.
From Courier' Sircet, Snlooniiml slioji.
Very lumdfimio material nrc shown for
tilrls' winter i!rose. Prominent ninonc
th'jiu nro fine Kmiiruts cloths, till wool do
Inlne, iCnglMi tind French mr;e?, nml
French mid Iri-li poplins. Tho most
dressv costume- nrc triuitnnl with silk if
sumo coiitra'tinc color. An exrccuintrly
prrtty stilt of Fri'tich j)lin, n soft gray
in coliir, is eltiborntcly trimnifJ with pale
a iM..rn:i ki.oim r.,
Scolbippcd ut the bottom, falls over t!io
top vdgv of this trimming. The srollon.-,
which nrc very broad, are bound with silk,
and thf plain spaces between tho plaits,
ti well in the centre of every box plait, is
ornamented with a bluo silk button. Thc
pnlonuisc, which is llniahcd on the bottom
with scollops, lias a row of button- up the
front. ISIuo ribbons with loii end- udorn
tho back plaits below tho wiiist. Tho wide
sleeves are llnished with scollops and bows.
a vkkv nr.r.ssv hut si.mi-m: stvi.k,
of trimming, popular for girls' dresses,
displays upon the bottom of thoskirt three
moderately wide ro;vs of ribbon velvet.
TIib oversltirt is edL'ed with one low, and
basqiiQor jacket, which is ilr.shed opun.ut
the side and buck, is llnished in the snmii
manner. The prettiest trimming for this
itl.ACK V5I.VKT or, I'liixoi:
which combines tlie colors of tho plttid.
A simple suit, with plain underskirts, lias
the overskirt and talma, with cupo trim
med with a lmtidsomo worsted fringe. Tim
wipe is left wholo at the buck, and the neck
i linisiifU wiin a corn una tussci, lying in
front. Overdresses of black silk, or French
poplin, timku a serviceable change in girl's
rou kvknjno co.vri'Mi:,
thuru is nothing prettier than Swi.s mut
lin over colored till;. Hwh tunlen,or over
dresses, are elitlmrately trimmed iu a vnri
etv of wuvs. One or'moru pull's, edecd on
uiieh Ule with Vtilunciennes lace, with a
rutllo ut the bottom, is a favorite mode.
Uretelles, formed of a pull', are edged to
correspond. More expensive dresses are
ornamented with iieedle-workembrordery,
with a full of Vuleneioiinos luce fulling lib-
"'The most popular hut fur trirl- Is either
black, whit", brown or gmy felt. A very
protty gruy model bus the lulllu trimming
of tlii sutnushtido, lined with blue killt.
This U wound around tho crown, while a
fluster of pink rmes with loop, of bulound
gnty riutjoti, iuuku tuu remiunuer ot tne
trimming. -Mniiv ot tlicso mils urcfcimply
trimmed with miiuhmi tmmin ot tullle ana
velvet, ueeoiiiimnieil by un nigrctto or u
bright colored wing or feuther.
hoy's si' its
l'liiiti knee breeches which continuo in
vogue are simply hemmed or faced on the
bottom. These are mnde without an open
ing at the tide, consequently they aro nindo
w enough tu pan tlio foot through. In
a pair made of black cassimcrc, a trim
ming formed of soutach and guloou pusses
on thu outside of tho log. Ittittoncd upon
thoso pant, which lit snugly to the Uguro,
is a blouse waist.
Chicago, October til. An unfortunate
tragedy occurred about midnight near the
C'hlciig'o University, on Cottage Grove av
enue, rebutting iu the almost intnntiui
oous death of Thomas W. Grosveiior, City
Prosecuting Attorney. .Mr Grosvonor
wa paaring alone tho street, probublv un
der the inlhienco of liquor, when he was
cnaiioiigcu uy a t.nlvei.liy patrol. -Mr
Grosvunur replied In un oll'unsfvo manner,
ami was hiiot ueiui 111 ins ttaeks. An in
' ,me-t is now belns: hold,
Thero is romdurabla exrltoMent over
the shooting, by the (entry of Colonel
. (.rosvetio-. TIiq yuunp; muh who commit-
ted tho deed is named 'J'hcodnru N, Trent.
a ruslduntof ilanosville, Wiscontiu, and a
undent in u Chicago University. UH
ago Is nineteen. Ho Is under arrest, and
belonged to tho first regiment of Chicago
volunteer, and claims to have acted In ac
cordance with orders.
TIIK M0NKV-I.0V1XO l'ltr.SlPK.VT.
""rom tho OliloStatciman.)
In the Fortieth Contrres. in 1808-' CO.
Jtit before tho Inauguration of Ocnurnl
urani, a proposition wus mnuo in mo com
mittee of appropriations of tho House of
l'.eprcjctitntlve.", by n It.idicnl congrem
man who wished to stand well with tho
incoming administration, to increase tho
salary of the President to 510,000 per
year. The idea was to secure the Increase
prior to the Inauguration, ns the constitu
tional prohibition would stand in tho W'ny
lifter (.irtmt was inducted into olllco. A
Itepi'blicun member of the committee,
from Ohio, recognized as nn'intlumto friend
of tho President elect, ntid ono of the
curliest supporters of his nomination, took
strong ground nt once against the, mens
uro as impolitic and wrong, in principle.
He declared that General Grunt would
scorn anv such gratuity In the present
condition of the country. Tho Influence
of the gentleman was sufficient to defeat
the proposed Ineroa'e. Our Ohio congress
man mot General Grant a day ortwo after,
and thinking ho hud dono hiin i good ser
vice, related tho action of his imprudent
friend on tho committee, and how ho (thq
Ohio member) had defeated it, had therc
by saved the Partv and tho President elect
from scandal. What was tho congrcss-
i i surpri.o when Grant turned on his
liej, and in the most iusultini: manner
declared, " It is n matter of perfect indiffer
ence to ino whethor you rulso my salnry
or not, " Hut now comes in tho sequel.
From that hour to tho present, Grant,
changing from an intltnatu friend, has
"oeen tho bitterest porsonal cnomy of tho
Ohio Congressman, ntid in every imag
inable way has let him know that his ac
tion in tho committee on the salary ques
tion has secured for him tho ill otlices and
anger of the President of tho United
States. The congressman survives it,
however, and all the persecutions and
nnnoyanccsof tho bread and butter brigade
in Ohio, who hava doubtless taken a liinl
from their master. Tho story don't
amount to much, except as an illustration
ofthe well known greed of tho President
when dollars are involved.
nr.AfTV or amkuuan wojik.v.
Koielgn Corref ponilenee New -Yotk Times.)
Tho American women havo long been
regorded by Europeans as tho most beau
tiful women in the world. This she is and
linhhnsn for twontv-flvo Years, without
doubt i and as the circumstances of her life
becomes easier, her lubor less scveie, and
her education bettor, she will becomo moro
beautiful still. Ainarica never possessed
a more beautiful irencration of women than
she possesses to-day, and there is no doubt
mat the stylo ucamy is ctionging to a no
bier tvne. " Tho characteristic of Aincrl
can woman of tho pre-cnt generation is
larger than tho cliuracterisiic American
women ofthe previous generation.
CHICAGO I.NSL'liANCi: C0MPANIK.1.
Thc Chicaco Tribune gives the follow
ing account of tho polijy and tho fate of
the local insurance companies oi inai
city: ' The great and rcckle-'s competi
tion induced companies lo take risks to
an unlimited extent, and waste their
receipts in extraordinary expenses for
solicitors. The result has been that n
mujoritv of theso companies havo been
buried beneath thoir losses. In mnny
cases tho capital and assets do not equal
ten per cent of tho losses. Hut even in
theso cases thc capital is invested in mort
gagss upon property which nas been des
IjADIKS, TAK'K NOTICH!
KIGI1TII S.T11KKT, 11KTWKK.V WASHINGTON'
AND COMMEIICIAI. AVK.S'UKS,
Ilm jiiit ree.civcil n full and Hi!cmliet tme of
firusH trimtnlnirc. ellk cltnns. silk e-iloon, sul-
pure Incen, inon trlinminxs, crMkct button",
till; mi 'I wlvet buttons, iluali ntid trifjiiui djz el-
. . l.n n...l Lnimfalj linn I'lil irlnl'n. Ih.IImu' ftnH
chiljroun' slice, 'inil'ii full tmifcimiplete stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which he proposes to sell at
THE YKUV LOWEST CASH l'KICES
ALI-KX, MULKKY tc W1IERLKH
COUNSKLOItS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, "1
John H.JIulkey, J
KVl'irliculnr mention paid to river and ad
OITICH-Ovcr I'lrst National Hank, Ohio I.etee,
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT ;LAW,
William H. cen, T
WiUiiun II Odliert, V CAIIIO, ILLINOIS.
Miles IMiilbcrl, J
itrt'sipcclni attention given to Admiralty and
okpici: oiiio i.Evr.n, uoomn 7 and 8 oveii
city national hank.
SIXTY-FIVE FIRST PR1ZK
Til K tlltKAT
R A L TIM OR E
YM. KNARK A CO.,
cut and, stjr.vnK and vi'kiout
These Instruments havo been hefVira il mii.lli,
fur nearly thirty yearn, iind upon their excellence
nlono attained un tlniiurc,uir,l ii-fMirnrf,hlch
piunuilllL'un inriii iiiii-iiiiiivii iu
OO All our JSyiiarr lnnot lnivn cur new Kr Tin
proved Ovoiatruiif; Scale anl tlie Ayrajft TrtUt
CB Wo Mould rail Hpi,cin nttontiun In ompIhI
I'ateiited Improvements in Uiiimi Pianos and
S'gVAiiKOiuMH, found in no otliee Piano, which
nrliiKH tne riano ncarcrjicricctlou than lias ye
KVEf.V 1'IA.SO VI I.I.Y WAU11AN1K.II l'OU
lllustiatod ('.ilidnueaninl Price I. Ma promptly
iimnniiuii uit nii)iiv.,ouii iu
kn aim; a o
Or any ofourreKUlar uiiaMlalied nKenelea
t'OMPIINSION AND fOIlWAHUIlVU.
(8 isor ol Ajers A Co.)
Gcnornl Commission rcrchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
.1. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Hticoessors to K, IS. lleudricka & Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advance ir I i upon
Arc prepared to recelie, itore am orward
freights to all points and buy niU
sell on cormnisnlon.
'Uuslnemi attemleil to prnmptly.
II. M. HULEN,
No. 131 Commcrcial-aYC,
MILLER k PARKER,
DEALERS IN KLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
68 Ohio Levke, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. D. MATIIUSS. K. C. UUL.
MATIIUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
Xii, oi onto i.kvi:i:.
litlucm Fuurth i HUIIi Sir,, CAIItO, II.I..
' CLOSE & VINCENT.
Cement, Plaste Pakis,
PLASTERER'S II A T R,
Corner I:IkIiiii Ntrret nnd Olilo I.evre
JOHN R. PHILLIS"
(Succeaaor lo ParVer & I'hl'.lis,)
FORWARDI NG M KUCHA NT,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,
Flour, Mcnl, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
W.fetratton. T. Ilild
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Succotsora toBtratton, Hudaoa A Clark.)
COM.M ISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
tSr-Ai;eiitH of American Powder Co., and man.
facturera amenta for cotton yarn. J'7dt
11. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO I. KYKK
CA I II O. ILLINOIS.
A'ao, keep coualanlly on hand a moat com
plete alock of
scotch and ihish whiskies
, -" ' " ...
-O I N H,-
j ort, .uaueria, nnerry anu uaiawna i ines
p SMYTH A CO. acli eiclunlvely for cash, to
j l. Him: ll laci nicy uiviia llio ospeuiai atten
tion oi cio. ii uarfiuu uuyera.
Special attention yiven to FiUiny Orders
ntnnt. N.u nt..l rAiiiufbablr. IImmVuI aCIIOIIIIIIk milCnuOllaQ W iiuhmj m,
autl clrriil,riMcnt freu. in hiftpH nvlnnoi. Ail
.Ire. Ill aU'Atlta IktUOlll 4'1'llKT KT a . -1 Umill.
Nimht., I'hUaUtlpliift., Va ocHdAffir
COltNliH SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntrne on t5lxth..i ,)
V. J. Oakj,
It. I.'. Cndy.
k j- CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. I.oiJh
OAKi:?, CAIJV i CO. Proprietors.
COMMEilClAI.-.VKNyK, OPPOSITE 1", 0.,
JOSEPH UAYLISS, til ! PHOI'IUETOR.
The Houhe ib Newi.v I'uhnibhed
And oflera to the publla lirst-ctasK arcomtnoJa-
iiniin hi reH"onaTiie ratr!..
GENERAL UNDERTAK ER,
2 O 3 u -g
q ui 5 C
for. WriililiiKtoii.itv.nuil IHIi-hI.,
AY. G. CAUY,
SALES ROOM, No.'13 SIXTH STUK
FOR SALE, ) KorS'aie t FOR SALE,
II rrSale J
FOR SALK.JrorSaielFOlt HALE-
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from l.o.vDCNDEitny
Faro from Glasoow,
Fare from Queknstown
TO CAIRO, ;::::::: $18.:
Safford, Horrn X Ca
Liverpool" floir-Toilc and PhlladflphU'
Stc n m shji)" Com)a liy ?
fbr cosjbact iru miTtB tiMK ntiH
' 'rorlCarrylnstHie JtH''-
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on rtmiira iMrokMiTtoi
APPLy' TO JOHN O. J)ALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, Nvn-Yotk, orlo,
If. II o up t,
Wathlngton Avenue. Cairn. nola
HEAL KNT ATE AGENT.
0. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT;
' ! ' ' I
74 (second ploou) oiiio lkvke,
Buy and Selu IIkai. Estatk,
FURNISH 'ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
Ai I preparo Conveyance of Kloda.
CENTRAL M HAT MARKET.
KOEHLER & BROTHER
Have reopened llio
I'Oia'LAIt MEAT HAIlKin,
Iletwrcn Ninth anil Tenth Nlieels,
and will Weep conmantly on hand tlio best mcain
blannlilrAft in llmf'.ilrn tnnrlinl. Tliw itnlvmilil.
tltioii. (live llieiu n trial. scptsltf
Ilnlcher nnd Driller In nil Klml l'rrih
CoNta Ninktuktii anii PorLAU 'STnrr.T.
UYB and alaiiRhlcra only ths very heat .cattle.
.. i3 hoaadheep, .n-1. prepareii o .. ,
i demaod ror irean uimh uom rmn
OwMiunnil nnmtH. .Bl20U
BUTOH El IR,
AND DFALtK IH
ElOlITH STIIKKT, UlCTWr.KN WAHHINOTON
AND COMMEIICIAI. AVftUJo,
l Ifiin Dim nt llnpf. I'mk. Mutton. Veal,
I 1 i. u... 1 i.eanurad tnwnrVm
j citlten In tho inofjt ucceptablo manner. B30t
r w 1 1 v.- . um
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C w r, - Hl
g s E ? t It WgfA
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r m I1 iH
SIMILTA SIM1L1UUS CURANTUR
HAVi: proed, from tho inont nmpln exper
ience, an entire miccom i SJuniilc Pronint
J-.thclent m,d llelmbie. They nro t o o .ly " ..)!
c ne, iierfeclly nda.ted (o popular uo-o aim.
pie that mistake can not bo mailn In tnln Ihcmi
un harmleM to bo fren from danger, ami no
(tliclo ,tn to bo nUnji rellablo Thoy have rais
ed tho lushest eonimi'iidatioiH from all, nml will
l,Cure r'T,eoii(!ealion, Inllamtnallom.M
niiriiii, worm let cr, oim coiio.,.,. M
t'rj'liiriollc orteethlnol Infanta,. 2ft
Dlrrltoen, of eliildren nud adullt,..2.
llj uciilory, KIIUnK, b'lloua colic ,..2.'i
'fiolrrit'liiorbUr, voiiillinu iCV
:iiolern. colda, bronciiltu &
.t'iir..lKlii, tooth ichc, ficfuohe. M
llt'iiiliicliri, alek he.idaahe, vettluoW
lyleiali' bilious atomaehr.... 2.1
NiilMiroaxiworjialnrul perloda. it
VlillH,,t00 profiiae perfoda........,24
rouii.coUKh, illlllcult breatlunK...'
Null llhoiini, Krtalpelaa, Kruptlonfi
llliriimnllain, rheum.ilc paiua 21
S oTcrniid Aajup, chill lover, OfiuesW
blind or bleeding J...V M
4iltthlrniy, and aoro or weak eyeMl
nlnrch, acuio or chronic, Influentaa'i
Amtiiiin, i)ipre.sed hreatliln .W
I.nr ItlHclinrKca, Imnalred heannxW
Ncromin .enlarjied (ilandu, dm rllnicvfO
General llrblllly, p,y,Ci w,.,k.
iroparand acantrSJecrellonii .HJ
Sieit Nlckii',ioVne from rldlnti
liiliic)'-lltfnii, (iravel .,. W
.M r on llcblllly, aetnlnal emls.
ena.Involuntarv dlacharaea -1 ()
Vl elloxci, wlta cue Jvial of powiler
very neceary Id acrloui cuac...A i"
Sure Moulli, canker ,.....'
I'rlmiry WcultliCNN. eltlnir bed.i
aliiliil I'itIuiU, withapasms.a U)
ftllllcrllllK.lt chanua nf lilo .
i:tilliaj.v,Upaiin,t Vltui'ilanre.l l)
FAMILY ( ASJI.S.
Ofil.t lo (III InrKo iiilx, morocco
or roituMt cum-, roiiliiliilut; it
Nporillc lor rt cry onillimry din
I'liKi-u liinilly lantililcet lo. mill
iiiin.irriiiiiio, eraiei aoro lhri.at
IlIk.kl.M .lflll..l.lllIU t.
Simalltr t'lillilly and TrntrllliK ca-ea,
20 lo ki yiala . uom HVI lo i
n i-uiiie iw an rntaie Iiiacitsci,
b'ltli for Curing nud tor I'rcvcn-lit)-
treatment, m vialaaml nockct
i"oN iV'T iVi" tVi a i r "'
Mrea Uuina. llruisci, l.amene, Siorenrap, SJore
1 hroat. htirnln. Tfifflin,.liM lmrt s'..
niieumatlllll. l.Utnb7n. Pilea. Iti.il. Hiin..
acli, or of Pileai Corns, I'lcera, Oil fores.
I'jice. G oil.. Ul i l'lnl.. il. an. Om,h. IM.',
A4-'ltie rfrilff-,ll.. iIi-riit I'n.i.l'a l.lru.
lllO COUtllrr. liV lllRll or fittirHMi. frrn pln.ju
w . .-v.-..' ,i inn ,u tvvt nviHtvm
IIOJIKOPATIIIC MKD1CINK CO.
OlMce and lencl. No. t2 llroadtrav. Niir.rL
KOlt SiAI.K ItV P. SCIU'll, CAIIIO, Ilia,
RY DR. .1. H.SCHENCK,M.l).
Manr aliuman beinir hu naitod airar for vhoa
drain therenaA noutherreaAuo lhan llio iifkIvci
of known uniJIndlapulublr pnvnmeaiiif cute,
T !ho near ami dear to faulljr ami Irlendt am
aleeplns Hie ilnamlvts tuuLur into wtilcb. had
lilt. JOSLPII II. SClir.M.'K'Hsil.UI'I.K
ami availed tlienitetvcf of Ida wonderf ullf elSca.
ilmia medicine, (tier ouM not hare fallen.
Dr. hchenrk ha In til iwn um provtl thai
wlicreriT aunicicnl vlulltr reraalna, that vlul
It r. IT lilt rneOlclnet ami lilt illn-cOont tur their
uu'.li quickened lnu hcaluiful vlnur.
In thlt auiU'iaent Uicru la utithuiif pretump.
tunua. Til llio faltli ( llio Invalhl l mlo ni
n l nimt-uliKi e kit It not u UinnAnd timet ot
auiitliteil hy living aid riiiMo wont, 'xiio
Iheorr 'f the coro hr Dr. SChenck'a medlclnet
Uaa aliupie a It It unralliiiir. It priilomifihr ro
julretiioarxuuienl. Ultwvlf-assurll z,icil-un-V
'I'liu sea-ntiol Tonle and .Maadrakn Plllt are thn
Ct two tteaiNina Willi wtiicli thu cliadclof thH
HMUiiJr It uviilled. Tiro thlrdt uf the cutea of
cuiituuiptifiti .ittlnato In UMDepaUiuid func
tloii.illr dlt'inlureit liver. Vltli Milt condition
tho bronchial tuUet Marn!talhlie" with thu
itomacti. Thev retl-md to tho morbinc action
or llie liver. Hero then cornet llm riilmlnailuK
retult, dint tho scltlus In, with all Ita dlitrvn
liU ayiupwnit ot
ThoMandrnVn Plllt aro compoted of fino'it Na
tnre'a iioblctt Kltlt the Pudi.ihlllnm lvluuora.
Thev me.t u!l tin .iMdeHrchlnir, altentllvo
liroiiellict ui tai' huli, uui, unnau (aiuluci, iner
"LEAVE NO STINK IIKIIINII."
Tlio work nf euro It now beclnnlns. Tho villa.
alimentary cao.il uro ejected. Tho liver, llku
a cluck, it wound up. It aoutea from IU torpid-
lutient IH'gina to icel inai iiuiageiong, uwii,
A HUPI'I.Y OF KOOIJ BLOOD.
UT. 1 Oil PlOlliULII HCli iriin.i, ni, iiii.i m.
Plllt, permealua and itMluillalca with the food.
Tim C,.mI Tnnl,. In Minlpnrtlnn with tha
tiuui loriurci. ingetiuni lvwihct wiiiicm,,uu
ji.ntltM Mt-fit In.
iiwrtirirniiftfi. nnu ui in u nrr snurt. Limn ui
HIVES VV AH LOSTt
n.n rnnn lhincr ii. tiift tuuiAnu muit liar in
r. I. nn, at.lrltaliA Tti-iatn I n W1 Wl
tltrnnd ist.ioKTcat iotnt to pnln.
tu In i he to mod eat words;
.tft.ta.-ti i itixini ii! finii nriLutniHi mu nreuuruuun
n iwirii't'L a'li ni an iiiii. ii r i : i: lij i la ua auu
funl flMm onntrntn mv WhOlO ITtCID
'i iil't iMfun iii'cikii . - - .
ToiltivT tnaitor erorr inornlnK for u lonB tlroo. L
IHUCIl. I BIHIIl HUlUfU 'v.'B i
I ! trn o-hr1 Klinrtir fllirr II1T rccuuwi
"r". z. 1..1- ..ni it ni'iraieve
IrrtMilr-tlve WIS) unJ wwl I
JtiTtMl unlnterruiaoil hi'Hltn."
lit. Mfriitnr.f litis ilUroittiniH
iiitimi utiinirruiiLou iiL'tiHiia ' . . .
Ttsll to Nftw.Yorlt nnit lloalon.
.1.11. t.t V.V..t-i nml llriHllin. 1 1 11 Of III 901
- k?.. i', TtJ. it-iii mi i n nirtT
i iiiiimviiiiii".ti'vij rr " ."A. mnailnn wll
..M".r. ...m i....n,i rrnn iu
luntfi. uml imtlents can rcudlly leara wbeUu
ttii'viiro ciirabli) ur not. ... -
IinUDLL'tl IU LUC IIIIVUIKUMt'V 7j ".I.
nrrpnuiiu: iiiui in riuuu ovo ---t;
J'INS IlrO HI HP m ' I "I ' ' ' r.w,Vrrrt on t
.i -. !. np-A.t ti iitiikiiirn. in irtuiiiiii
itei: -v-i, nm it will cnmii. lei tno
inir nc unco oooi koii iiivck -". -.'--- ,
i ..w.. -i"---, - -m ., i kiwwi Htonr
lluUIlH. in u iiurfc uiiiu uum v .
aivmitinma urn irnnn forovur. . . . .
I UrtHUYiJ.lu.iiu mii'o .mo.
n...,irt ai fji i,, it 1 1. ttT ji ia iiuir iinanii. mi m
i t.i nn a thn I'nimAniri Ntnin nnu ---
I. & E. GREE WALD.
Tits "Tapper' Patent Orate tia
MAOHIXEIIV FOll 0KKE11AL PURPOSES,