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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1872.
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On i.uliiri 1J Mai',"-" 2 2j
Th.-M months, . .
rfl BOLLAI WKKKI.T 1IULLKTIN.
John H. Olrly Co. havo reduced the sub
crli'iion pric of the Wekly Cairo lltilletln Jo
Oas Pu'iar ptrnnum, maklnii ll the cheapest
perpubliihtd m Southern llHnoto.
rnKSiDKMT Gtunt hns promised to
Attend tho great iiiusionl Jubilee In llos
ton. Probably about that time oven tho
charms of mui!o may fall to sootlic Ills
- - -
Tkesident Grant lins reduced Iho debt.
$250 every mlrmto alnco his innugurn-
Hon Mtuouri Democrat.
And If all tho money which his dfehoiv
eit officials hnvo pocketed hnd gone into
tho public trcmury wlioro it belonged, ho
might hnvo paid llvo hundred dollars per
cijukI force to Cairo, nnd wo have, In ad
dition, ninny ndvnntngcs which Mound
City hm not nnd cannot hope to linvo.
In the event of tho nbollshmont of tho
government navy ynrds nnd tho conso-
iiiont establishment of n grout ship yard,
wo lack neither tho cntorpri'o nor the
moans to place our claim ns tho best point
for It properly before tho public.
Vfr. y.v. there U trouble browing in
radical ramp of Illinois. Candidate for
iho various state ofllces nro multiplying,
and thoo who doslro to bo re-elected to
thu place they now hold, nro decidedly
uneasy. Secretary of State Hummel, who
hns held tho oflleo for four years nnd litis
come to regard It as a natural right that
ho should continue to hold It, Inst week
indited llio fallowing letter to Ids flrt
KIlon. Samuel Galloway of Colum
bus, Ohio, who died on Monday Inst, ha
of late years taken an uellve part In poll
tics, and was n f'iw years ngo nominnted
for lieutenant-governor on the Kcpubli
can slate ticket, but withdraw before th
opening of tho canvass. Ho wn
ttkdent Republican, n man of great foclnl
qualities nnd nn Directive stumper.
"Mnzzini's body is to bo petrified by
tho celebrated Goztnt of Genoa, so that it
will novor change through nny viel.slttido,
The professors of this art linvo brought it
to perfection nt Inst. They can render
tho body like stone, or by immersion in
certain liquids it seems only to bo asleep,
Gozlni has n curious iniKcum of humanity
petrified, well worth seeing. The ancients
mi: mm I fled, but that changed the appear
ance, wliilo this process leaves the subject
life-like in appearance.
igfc.Tho Cleveland 'Loader' says that a
gentleman m thnt city who prides himsulf
on his personal appearance, lately sought
to remove a grouse spot from his coat-tail
by tho freouso of benr.ino, and then stood
closo to tho clove thnt tl-i "dor might
ovapornto more quickly, Jlo was quite
correct in hit theory but unfortunnlo in
practice, for he was coon turning cart-.
wheels through the window, and there was
not enough coul-tnil left to umko n
"wcsklt" for n dnll-bnby. He docs not
ride horseback now, and sleeps on nil
fours like n mule.
A late KUMiir.it of llrick l'omoroy's
Now-York 'Democrat,' contains nn ex
tract from a letter wiitten by a Cairo cor
respondent who revives the slid abuse
which It was onco the fashion to shower
ao plentifully on this city. Tho extract
in question is a succession of stupid false
hoods, told in it stupid manner, unrelieved
bv evon tho vulcnr wit whlc'i, be
fore it becanio threadbare, made
such (lines at Cairo readable. The
day has gono by wlion misreprejon
tation of this character can injuro the city,
nnd until woaw Pomeroy's 'Democrat,'
of tho 301 ult., wo supposed tho day had
also passed whon jouranix, ovon pretend
ing to respectability, would admit Into their
columns n re-hash of tho nbuso ol Cairo
which was popular (lft con years ago.
Mule of Illinois, Hroiolnrv' OHlee, 1
hiinngtield. A l 1 1 1 r. 1 1 1 . ;i,
Colonel fleo Il.ll.irlnni
Dkaii Sin! Fair ilealiii!: Is ono ol the
principles which should he observed by
men, and especially by ono that hns re
ceived at my hand tho mol liberal and
ccntleinnnlv'trcntmont. lntondof being
open and outspoken towards me, you linvo
concealed tho fact from mo that you
nru a candidate for tho nomination of this
ollice, until I had learned it through oilier
sources; It wn9 also during llio lnt few
weeks frequently intimated lo me that you
are using every opportunity whllo on
dutv nnd' under my employ In tl Dice,
and" through others outside, lo Injuro my
reputation as an olllcer, in order to gain
ndviuitngo over mo. To these intimations
1 hnvu'piid but little attention, but, mv
dear sir, what would you do under Mich
circumstances as an olllcer? 1 have, of
course, no objection to anybody's becom
ing a candidate for this ollice, but would it
,i l,,.v lwil.-r.i1 imirri fulr mill innnlv if
you had resigned your po-ithm instead of
rsing It to your ndvniilnge, n n candidate
ugninst your employer? A this hns not
been done, I feel compelled to ask you lo
roigu said position, which I hnd given to
vou over three veals ago.
To this eonehislon I have como .linco 1
hnvo learned that an impression was also
crcnted that I would not be a cnndldiilo,
lieciiu'o you hnd turned out to bo ono In
mv place. Everybody llnds It qulto nat
ural that but ono in thu ollice would come
boforo the convention.
Kliw.Mil) Kummki., See'y. of State.
Col. JIarlow's answer is lengtliy. Ho
first tenders his resignation and then calls
tho attention of his employer lo
Tue MEEK nnd quiet spirit exhibited by
Representative Latimer, radical, of Knox
county, should make him immortal. On
last Friday, in tho house, in n moment of
excitement which it is to bo presumed ho
regretted immediately nftor, ho called
a fellow radlcnl member, Morrison
of Cook county, "a lying Cutliolic Irish
man, whereupon Morri-on projected a
large quantity of saliva straight
into the face of Latimer. Now mark
tho lovely disposition of this
gentleman. I intend of proceed
ing, without any unnecessary Hour- 1 tit a gain."
ltbei, to lay Mr. Morrison out, which a
sinful world would have found excusable
under tlio circumstances, lie thoughtfuMy
drowforth his handkerchief wiped away tho
mark of 'his disgrace, nnd, more In sorrow
than in linger, wended his way to his seat,
whoro throughout tho rest of the day, hu
appeared to bo engaged In sad, but not
unnrofltnblo self-communion. Latimer
should bo Kent in n missionary to the h'igl
islands. Ho might not convert n single
F'giun, but ho would consent to be oaten
with such gracious sweetness that tho enn
nlbals could not fail to bo Improved by hi
tho fact thnt ho has always been n good
nnd faithful sorvant willi no higher nmbl
lion than to servo hi? mastor faithfully,
nnd snys :
"Whenever J found your fees or emolu
ments, bv fair, leiritimate, and lawful
means, could bo increased, 1 liavn not hesi
tated lo work for that end nnd when nny
measure was pending beforo tho general
assembly In winch you wcro Interested, I
havo worked for its passage or defeat, as
your interest might require , nnd tho re
sult has been you hnvo ronped n rich and
nbundiint, yet iegillmato pecuniary har
vest, nnd my only rownni nas noon mo
consciousness ol Having pcriormcti my du
ty toward you ns your nsslstnnl.
Republicans arr ungrateful. It hero
appears that Col. Harlow has been tho
means of his employer "reaping a rleh
and abundant pecuniary harvest, " and
yet Mr. Secretary Kiimmel reganN it n a
species of disloyalty to himself that his as
sistant should now deiro to reap a
"rich and abundant harvest ' In
iho s:imo way. With more
r.cnl than discretion, Mr. Kiinimol hastens
todischnrgo Col. Harlow, relieving that
gentleman nnd his friends from "any sup
posed broach of duty in connection with
their desire to work for his nomination a?
Itopublicnn enndidnto for sccrotary of
6tate." And thus .Mr. Jdimmoi "nil ins
foot in it" and stirred up n hornet's iict
in tho radical enmp, which with n littlocnre.
All mniKCiivrlng, might have remained
undisturbed during tho campaign.
nblo nn ndvahlngo which all In chargo of
horses in tho habit of eating their litter,
will readily admit."
(Krnm the North.Wcstorn Farmer.)
Adam Grim, of .!eh"erson, "Wis., who is n
most successful apiarist, commenced tho
season Inst spring with two hundred and
eighty-flvo Bwarms of beo, and increased
tho number by swarming six hundred and
forty-six. Tlioso swarms produced within
n fraction of twenty-onu thousand pounds
nf Imnnv. whirls sold, strnilied.. for lour
inouianu ono nunureu wuinr. ;i-
ferson County ' u nion snys :
"We often hear women say that there
in no roiiiiincv'ivo employment for them.
As nn answer lo thl wo would stato that
Mr. Grim has two daughter who have
each talion senornto chargo of an Impor
tant part of t lio nplnry. Mi KatoOrlm
liis by hor skill and attention this sum
mer, earned ono thousand two hundred
dollars net, and Mls Margaret Grim has
earned one thousand four hundred dollars
A urilAN'IK HTOUV.
Tim Sinn l'raiieisco 'D.illv Kx'iimlner'
rc-npeni the ease of Morgan, whom so
iniinv bollevid to havu been killed for
exposing the secrets (if masonry. ii
lipiiitli rev lews llin utorv thi't ho wn con-
lined in a Cntinndaigun Jnil for stealing a
shirt, nnd subsequently tnken out and put
in n sletgh, nnd by reliys was hurried
towards Cminihi. Tho body of a man was
C.iik.I In ii hikn: ho had ills throat cut
Mrs. Morgan was sent for. Shu hunted
r.ip n iirlvntn murk on tlio bodv by width
she could distimrulsh him. Sho did not
llnd tho iiiarK, and declared it wns not
the body or her linslmlid. ino r.xani
inor' then savs: "Mr. II. was a lawyer,
nnd niti'ni'pd 111 tlio nl.dllctioll of Morgan,
and told n friend, in the presence of a son,
id nn iihimt twelve years of ne:e. that -Mor
gan was not killed, but was put on uoard
a llrillsh man-of-war. That son is now
in San Francisco, from whom wo learn
tlin fnllnwint? particulars s
In 1818, .Mr. II. says ho went to Hobar
town, in Van Dieman's Laud, where he
met an old friend who nked him about
Morgan. Ho told him what ho know
about him, and the man, laughing, said :
"Miiri'im is livinir here : I will introduce
you to him.'' They went to tlio ollice of
the olmriown -Advertiser aim nn:n
found him. After some conversation and
comparing recollections of the region of
country In New York, where. It was sup
posed .Morgan was killed, ho related the
particulars of hi1 capture, nnd stated that
ho was put on board of a UritUh man-of-war
and kept there for four years, when
he was landed on Vnn Dioinnn's Land and
had been thero ever sinco. H. asked him
why ho did not co back. Morgan replied
"I cannot, if 1 would. 1 cannot get a
permit, and if I could go back, 1 would
cither bo killed or bo denounced as an
impostor." Ho was in L'oid circumstances
and part owner of the 'Advertiser.
Ouv Homo Advertisers.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is tirrpnrcj to rupiily customer with the lM
ITTSBUUG AND ILLINOIS
tU)F.UH tell nt llslllilnr llros. ollice, 70 OHIO
J I.KVBB, or nt llio f.'onl Yard hflow the St.
f!hnrle ttntitl. will tptaIva nroinnt nttcnllon.
TIIKTUO " MO.NTAl'K" wllliw'ng com iiioiik
Mile Mrnmnra nt nnv hour.
OHIO t. K V K K
mill i. is i n i a.
Also, trr. vontintly on hand most cum
plfln mock of
ncoTCit AKD intin wiiiskiics
(i t N a.
1-orl, Maderia, Shorry ana Catawba ines
P .IMYTll A CO. pell rxelully for ch,lo
i ij. which ihcl inev inv le in? fniivuini uu-'u
t ton ol c losti Imriim buyers.
'pteial attention given to Filling Order
m. All Arkansas paper has tho follow
ing model obituary notice fn woll-known
citizen: "Mrs. died in tho spring of
1807, sincn which sad event Mr. 's foot
steps Imvo echoed down tho corridors of
tiuio alone, wailing for tlio Mimmons to
cro'9 tho dark valley to tho oilier shore,
which came at last and ho went life
breathed out like tho wafting of nn even
ing breeze happy to think he'd never
had a sick day In nil his life our loss is
CX. A German epressinan called at a
housu In ltrooklyn recently to lleliver it
box. Hu rung thu Jbell, and n servant
girl opened the door, when the express
man snid: " I lnrvn cot u schiiiall nox.
and If you llkos I will carry it up stalls.''
Tho girl looked horror-stricken, and not
relishing the Idea of admitting n mini
willi tho email pov, clammed, bolted, and
barred the door in tlio nstoiiMird express
A NEW MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
TIIK MMMONK A OI.OUUII OIIOAN CO. NEW
AND I.Alldi: VACTOItY TOIIK KUKCTKI).
11.1 m.K, CArAOtTV, LOCATION, etc,
(I'roin tho Dettoll'lrihune )
Messrs. Simmons. Cloiiuli .v Co, manu
facturors of reed organs, etc., having met
willi rcmurknblo success tn business, on
account of tho cxeellelico of tlicir wares
Hnd their present quarters tho block now
occupied by them on Miami avenue, near
tho corner ol uraiioi entirely ioofiiiiiii
Conscoucnllv they havo entered into ar
rangenients to increase tlio capacity of their
works, and in doing so expect to bo fully
ablo to (uimly all tho demands that may
bo niiido upon them. Tlioir business has
grown to immense proportions, and not
witlistiindliiL' their enterprising dispose
lion and uiialitios, thev havo been unable,
during tho past year especially, to keep
pace with llielr orders. This state of nf
fairs Is gratifying ullku to tho city and to
On tlio 1st of .lanuary a now partner
ship was formed, which I to last three
years, and it willbo known as theSimmons
IvClough Organ Company. V. J. Simmons,
Jnincs K. Clough nnd .Joseph A. Warren
are lo bo tlio general partners and .Jes.se
II. Faruwell Is admitted as a special part
ner, tho latter contributing $ai,O0IJ to the
capital stock of the concern. Arrange
ments Imvo also been perfected whereby
tho capital stock can bo increased at any
time, and tho members of tho linn are
fully ablo to carry them out.
Nor is tills nil. Tho company havo
purchased a largo lot on thu northeast
corner of Congress and Sixth streets, upon
which they nro soon to commonco thu erec
tion of n manufactory of largo capacity,
and one that in completeness of detail,
durability and in exterior llnlsli will bo a
decided ornament to lliai pari o mo cuy.
Tlio plans nru being prepared by an arch
itect, and aro not yet HnisliuU, conse
quently wo nro unable to givo u minute
description of the structure. It will, how-
ever, luivoa trontago ol izu loci on nixin
street by 01) on Congress street, and be
sides a ftlgh 1ms emeni will bo four stories
in hlL'lit. Thu lot nurchuscd has a front
age on Sixth street nf ItiO feet, and on
Conirress stroetoi i;ib leei. thus ii win
he seen liuu mere win no nnunuaneo oi
room. Scparatu from tho main building
there is to bo an cnglnu-room, drv-kilns,
etc, and in tlio coiirro of time an addition
will hn mad to the lormor so as lo give It
an " I." shape.
Tim inclory is in nn supplied with a 1U
KF.AL KMTA IK A4JKNT.
(J. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGE AT
71 (mkconu rLoou) onto i.evkk
Huy ami Sell Hkal Kstate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
I rerr Ci urmnct ot Klnilx.
Our Homo Advortisovs.
KOinVAHUING and COMMISSION
)l K II t! IIANTN.
DEALERS IN FLOUR
Ami Aupnls of
Sllslo lll r unit ltnimsslin
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Our Home Advertisers.
v ii i L. a a up,
(Suetesnnr lo P. Sntlp.)
WIIOIsESALU AND ItKTAIL
Fl REWORKS, TOYS, NOTIONS, KTC,
101! C'nmmereliil Avfnuc, heltrecii
Slxlli mill Neveulli NtrreU,
mtus 1 1
I'KOVISIONS K T C.
Yestf.udav wo )ublishcd nn extract
from r. letter written by Hon. J. M. C'robi
to n gcntloman of Mound City in refer
ence to tho Abolishment by tlio govern
ment of nil tho navy yords and tho ostub.
lUhiug In their placo of a great ship yard
nt somo point on tho Mississippi river
betweon Cairo and St. Louis, or on tho
Ohio not higher than Metropolis.
Tho 'Journal' dovotcs threo quarters
of a column to tho effort to
prove that 3found City Is the best nnd
most favorable point for tho location of
such ft ship yard ns the ono cpeken of.
There can be no question but thnt tho build
ing of tho ships, oven of u great country
llko ours, Is; n legitimate subject of private
nierpriio, as much so as its railroads, or
-sltgrapblo facilities. In tho event of be
W made to, tid of n point
""V l""cl,0 f tho Ohio
, M)Urt' 'lv b,lng chojon for
' ' toa lu ho polntud out. All
the argument, urg.ttar.vor or our l.tt
neighbor up t rtwt ft
Which should bg k(!U.ct,(li upi,,y wU)i
tyi-lr. II. W. Longfellow, with mi
nppeuranco more vcnernblo than ills yours
scorn to warrant, is quietly engaged in
literary pursuits at Ms homo in Cam
bridge. Many people remark n personal
resemblance- between Mr. Longfellow and
liu A healthy North Carolina wnnvin
measures soven feet around tho waist.
Tho 'London Field,' one of Hm hlglioU
imiiKiriiiiJ.', nysoi fuwuiisi;
"1 litter the horses on It to Hie depth of
nine inches, raking oil' tho damp mid muled
surface every morning, and spreading
ovonly u litllo froh, removing the whom
only lour or llvo times a year. Its advan
tages appear to bo many, of which I will
stato ufew which glvo It, in my ctloiation,
its irroat superiority over straw. It is
much cloancr and moro eiully arranged,
unci of course much cheaper at llrst cost,
making in tho end an excellent manure.
It is peculiarly ueneiieiai 10 uiu icei, ai
fording them u cool, porous slutllng, a
8iibtituto for vim soil of earth we a'wuys
find in tho hoofs of horses nt grass, mill
presents tho nearest reiomblniiee to thu
horii's' natural footing tho earth.
" Wo havo never hud a diseased font
eincolho Introduction of sawdust in tho
stable, now some years Mtice. Jlor-ni t
bedded on sawdust nro aleo freer from I
ilnsti and stains lliuii when on orJimu v !
Ilitor. siinnlv liecniiio tawdiltt 1 a better
absorbent, jicrhaj)?, nnd testify their up.
provnl or It ny irequenuy roiling nun iy.
Ing down for hours in tho day, Jt Ims
also tlin recoiiimendntioii of being uncut-
horso power enuine, and new iiiaehinerv
throughout, and when completed it will
lie ono of tho largest bnlldlnus U'ed for
manufacturing purposes in this city, Tho
coslol'tho lniiliiiiiL' cunmit vet bo deter
mined, but It Is estimated at about !?7f,000
orSlllrf.OOO. At present the comnaiiv nro
obliged to hnvo a great poition of their
won; uono eisnwnero ihaii in tho factory
for want of room. Tho new buildlin: will
accommodate nil their employes, and be
sides heiug commodious will Im heated
with steam, It will bo completed and
ready for occupancy on the 1st of Mav,
Tho company inaiiufacluio 10 different
styles of Instruments, which sell fur from
00 to $iOO each, and tho ureal demand
lor them Is the best proof of their quality.
Tlicir " cabinet styles " havo bcconiu great
lavorues wnoruvur iney have iieen Intro
duccd, especially eincu tlio Introduction
Into them of tlio slops, the 1'oj- Vilmtc nnd
llio J.oius tuiieni I ox unman. To tlicir
rr I'll nil conililnntioii ori'iins lliov nro ntiiilv.
ing n wonderful Invention which is known
as Sv'ribner's patent "qualifying tubs,"
which impart to tho oruun smooth, flute.
llko quality of tono and inerenscs tho
power and lirllllancy or tho imulo Tlio
new coin nn ii v is composed of anorectic
business men, nnd they undoubtedly imvo
a goon itiiuru oeioro tiiom.
1) 11 Y G 0 0 1) S
FOll SPRING OF 18T2.
It AS IIKK.V, AND 00.VK AND PO.VK IT AGAIN !
OiiliiK to lilt large olden ol
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
he lound It necrxsnrv lo Btfiln vIhU the Eastern
Matket and will return wltlnn a fw ilnyn witli a
haniUoine slock ol
IIowIsIiph tn c ill tlin attention of IliivrrH folds
xrry cninilelr, largo and cnrefully aclectrd
STOCK OIF1 GOODS
Ills enods can not lie mrimsscd. and he
solieilK u coinpiirison of
C3-003DS J2riD PBIOES
with thnsoof f.nv honao which vou haielx-en ac
cusloincd lo ileal Willi,
His slock will eoimiHt ot
HUSH roPLI.VN, NII.UN, l'I.AIIN,
lti:iIN AMIS 1II.ACK AI.PAOAN,
And all oilier sorts of
SUMMER DRESS GOODS.
lie nUo liccDH n lnrL ktnclf n( I.itPi9. Trim
hii rimlinil'liTifti, n nrrut uri-ty of Hliawlt,
jO? LOW PIGUEES.
lie iiImO) keepi n variety of ladles' nnd ehllJren'M
shoes ami elotlilnK ol all ilitMaml nrlcei.
Hloea full nn.i einiiielo all llirouuh. Cull and
t-juiiiiMir, mr ii win nxy.
I.I'M IIK II.
OA I HO OITY ROOK RINDEHY
.MHI.V II. r)Ili:i(I.V A I'll,,
Hullutiii Uiiililin-,', ciiViior of 2tl:
etrcet mid Wiisliington nycinio,
All lin-la of llltidlnir ind Jiulliu! done at lbs
lerylimrnt i'li. Hjviii eiiKnued tlio mrvi.
leu nr ilr. llueN, uiiu Iiun had many yvau
expcrliTiee in one of host llinderle" ol'HI, I,niil.
I i silin rliili inl mia i.Hiulillsliir.eiit, wo van nan.
II leiilly (iiiiiiii.i,nr ,,iriiiu mirk eipril to thai
ofny llindeiyliilliewe.t. i
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTb,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS,
S t k a m ii o a t Lumber,
Fnrnlihed on aljortrat notice,
L'oiniiicrcial-av, bet. lOtb and Ufh-cfs.,
nATOIIELOR'S HAIR DYE,
Tins siqif Hi Imlr dye U Hie Iwsl in Iho world
perft'clly liarmlesi, reliable ami InntanUneoin.
No iisuiiiolntiiinl. The urnmne W. A, Ilaulie.
lor'n lUIr Dye. produces iinineillatrijr a nalur'l
black or drown. loe not alaln tlm skin Init
lea the dalr clean, soil anil dcfciillfnl. The
only mo nd potfoel l.air dy. Hohl l.y all ilriiK
K'i.U, Knatary, HI Hutu1 Ht N, V.
oanrai rROHrTLT mure
Our Homo Advertisers.
M UMi: l!M.
and will exhibit
AT C AI ICO,
On liny Only,
Friday, April 12th, 1872.
;,-, lTuZU. Dirtier..
The ill'llnRii Mini feat urea of IlinCntmopolilan
arp, lliat It i Ilia lirufi CireiK, ha the rareit
anl moil cosily volleidlon of l.itlnir Wild 'ill
lnnl, aid that llm Mitnetim rinliraaen more till,
man Curloshlm than ha ernr been exhibited In
Hie soiillietn alatpa. Ill the Clri'lK llepartmeiit
will he fount the following Arllls, known by all
ahovr olni ieoiip tn be 111 lirltflilfM HhinlnK
Mia 1 1n the jirofmlon .
Cincinnnti Advertisements. Is rrK' :1
- ''i"us 'i) i
AlMfM mVHC.lT 1 W'IPZ 11 VI I 1 1 ' A fl
Mr, ClinrliK Warner,
( Formerly Mrs. Dun Hlee,) tho tiuoen or
MISS KI.I7.A lAKIi:il,
I'rcinlcro Kquestrienne, vlioo darinj; nct
of Eiuctrlnnlsm nro preeminent
throughout tlm world.
MRS 'il AN KK.WU.V
Tlm lirillinnt, lively nnd venturesome
youtiK I'remlcro Equestrienne, who
stnndi first in the list of Nntlvo
Lady Hidors, wlictlicr a jmd
or side saddle nrlist.
Tho Champion female Gymna't.
I.n llellr riori.
The Infant ,ondc.
.MntlriiinUrllr I, a Komi
Tho Champion Equilibrist.
Tlio Daring Itider, wlioe nets find no imitation.
TIIK IIOI.I. VMS I'AMII.V,
In their Wonderful Performance.
The ('hlneeand Etenndeieence Joler.
Tlm ('liam)iion Jeaper of tlio World.
UJ A BUSH ED '.
Principal Offico 101 W. Fiftli St., Cin. O
THU ONLY RKLIA1II.K OIKT KNTKRI'UIHK IN
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xj. U . S IDtTIE'S
To bedraai Monday, Ablil 2'Mh, 1
Two Gi.iNU Cavitalh ok
$5,000 in Grkknhacks !
One IM-lct Sf!,000 111 Nil verj
Two Prlr.es $1,000 . f
Five Prizes $500 f i GltKKNllACKS.
Ten Prizes .! 00 &(
One Ilorttt and lingKy "Uh Rilver.Moniiled Hur
ries, worth $c( each,
One lino-toned Itoaeuoud t'latio, worth $V0.
Ten fnmily rnaini: maidiineH, wmth $l(i
racli I' no Heavy caseii (jobl liiintlni! ualcbea
nnd heaiy gold cdialna uurlli $7il eaeli. ' ve
sou Ainerienn iiiinunK ttnienea worm ,riieiieli
Ten laillfH unld hunting wntchea worth one bun
tired dollnra encli, Klji it linnilreil cold nnd
adver leier hunllnK walehes (In nil) worth
from 1 lo JlKni. Ladies' gold leonlino chains,
gpnt'axold vest chains, soli. I nnd double plaleo
nivor iniiie ami lemjmon, pnoiograiiii niiiimn,
iowelrv. etc.. flu.
Whole number Klf". Ticket limited It
Aenla wanted In aeil Tickets lo whoia hboral
nreiuluina will be naid.
siincle tleketa II ; six tlcketx .' 1 twelve uckeN,
livi inrui vn vr
Circulars ennlalmnt; u full list of 1. Hr.es, n ile
scrlptlon of the iiianm i of druwinR, and older In
foruiation in refcrem e to tho illsli itmilnn. wllll
aenttoany one ordering them. All leller inusi
no nuiiresteii 10 j. u, mink, Hox SO.
or.r,.clSt. . ... . Cincinnati. O
101 Weit Mh at. nov2wv)olv
A HOOK FOR THE MILLION.
A Private Counseloi
lo the Married or
tlioao ahoulto marry
on the idivsloiouieif.
of the sexmil ay stem
with tho latest dlscoverlea In producible and lire
T,r,'l,n.K. ""spring, preserving. tliecfmplexion,Ac.
111 m mi iiiiviuftiiuj( wora 01 iwo iiiinureiiaim
iwiuly kur page, wlm uumcroiia engraving!,
inn coulalns valimble information for those who
are married or cunlemplate marriage-, still it laa
tuiok t.ttt ouht to be under lock and key, and nol
yen! lo any one (free of postage) for to cenl
Addresa Dr. flulta' Dispensary, No, Vi,
Eighth street, 3t, L011U, Mo.
Nailro t o the AflllcUd anil tlnfortuuale.
ocuru applying to tlie noiorioua (uacka who
dverllse la t lie publ lo panera or using any (jnack
roincuink, neriiso nr. nulla- wnrK, up niuuni
what your disease la or how deplorable your eou'
Dr. Uulta can do conaulted, personally or el
mail, on thodlsaeet mentioned m hla worKa.
orUce.No. 12 N. Klghlh street, bet. Market and
nlie.tiint St Ixillla
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iii iiiinuia vikii,.. ,. ,
ollerforaale tho following described lota lu rira
AiMllloiito the city 01 Cairo, via i
UOl -7 UIOCK ZU '"S " ui"- --,
1 fl 11 W. " n .T7'
I' II i'l. " si
" 3 U,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
HUILDEHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13j TK.VTII fiTIIKKT,
Iloorn, Nnali, Hllnilx, Jlonldln(t,
lUiTPOnttrm, (wood) M'lmlownnit liooj
frnniPN, I'loorlnif. I.li,
NIiIkkIm. Ulnxcd Nnali, Ulnsesl Slilr
I.lKbta, UIrsmI Trunxoiim,
NiinIi WrlKhlN, NmhIi I'iiIIIfn mill Cimla,
Illlnil I'HNlenlnKN, linoling
fell, llooflnif Crmeiil, I'lanlrrliiv
roper, Carpet t'rlt, While
Lend, IJiinoU oil, Aiiirricim Window
UaN, KiikIInIi nuiU'ri'iieh
1'lnle UIhhn, I'utty, KlnxrrN I'oliili.
Newer I'Iiiom I'liteut Chimney.
i:tc., Kte., Kir.
AOKNTH for Hook Itivei Paper Company's
Wheatliing Kelt nnd (Junrtr. Cement.
II. W. JoIik'h Improved Hooting nlwayi on
KTOVKS. TI.XWAHK, I'.TV,
A. HAL LKV,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware. Clothea Wringera To
Ware, Coil lloda, f IrsiBhoTeU, Ahr Ualca.
ZINO, COPPEH AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avonue,
swiiooflng. 0ullering7and.ll kinds ofjob
vurk dnnent shortest notice. fehldlf
In his Great Stilt Act.
Unit! nnil lllndea,
In tlicir Champion Ilrotticr Acts on the
Milkier III A Mi WARD,
Seniution Hurdle Hide, Tlio Flying Horse
man. Mil JAB1KN UALLAUIIKII,
t'hnmplon Itatoute Leapcr, who performs
tho unparcllcled feat of turning a
Tho I'liysieal Anomaly or llnnelc Won
Mil NAMVI'.I, COM, Y UK.
Tlio Champion of Light Weights, has been
engaged and uppenrs in liU ring eo?
ttuno, giving a pleasing and Its -struetlvo
Hurry Clark, .11. Wlillloii), Clmrlru
Npeneer, II. Adiiinv, Dick 1Veji.
Gymnasts and Tiimlders, who linvo equals
Ilniiy Ju-k Lnwlun,
The Southern Favorite.
Tho Ainorionn Grimnldl.
IN THE MENAGERIE
Will be found tlm following iiniiiiHl 1
ZEIIUS, CIVETS, HINDOO SACKED
CATTLE, SPUING ItOK, HYENAS
GAZKLLKS, COUGAHS, MEXL
CAN LIONS, PUMAS, LEOP
AKDS, IJHOWN, 1JLACK
AND OKAY MONKEYS.
A SNOW WHITE DEER
Tho only ono known of in tlio world,
ALsornoK. i'kuiuk uoiiiiKv'a
TROPICAL UIIU) SHOW
Embracing nearly nil tho Hirds of Ilril
Haul Plumage known to man.
THE MUSEUM DEPARTMENT
Kmbrnn ng liumnn nurloslllra, suoli iw l,nu.
tlan (Jueen, Admiral Dot, tho Circasalan llenuly.
ami many olhor raro Ireuki of nature.
This Mammoth Bhnw will make Its entry In
town oulli" morniiiB of Exhibition, w, t
1 eM 1"U,l1,i,0i!"1"1 Ctianoc. coutalnlng rot.
Jh? 'ium .' ru"u' rai"' n,"'i . flowed by
!m.iSton-K .iJi'i iA""".'! " in ,,10lr newind.li.nu.
lliul Dens, glcnming vvitli emerald und gold. ,
KEMEMHEK THE DAY AND DAT.
TWO HIIOW8 KOIl ONE PRICK.
ONK TICKET AUMITH YOU TO 1IOTII,
ADMIhNIWX . soe. Children . . as,
floors open at 3 and 7 p. in,