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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1872.
WHS If OPEHI.T, Editor and Publisher.
THURMiAT, - Mv -i 1872
"flint or tic Vklti Ufl"i"
Uj wess, vj carrier,
UNfMibf carrier, advance
is musio. oy t
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tmt DOLLAR"" WtKIT BULLtTlK.
jaa H. Otierly Co. hats reduced the sub-
ni in wniiT iiiro nuiieun iu
smsabltthed la Mathers Illinois
OmtMln'prrnAJm. making It the cheapest pa-
Okume Frakcis Trai.v y tht Flik
Iwt bU reputation by being engaged in
gold ipeculntloni with Grant.
"Whatever may Iks tho result of tho
Cincinnati convention, tho fact is estab
lished already, that B. Orate Brown is
immensely popular in bis own state.
The St. Louis 'Times,' which baf never
encouraged tbe liberal movement, will
cheerfully give it endorsement to such a
ticket at Brown and Curtin, or Brown nnd
Cot, of Ohio, "and to no other that has yet
" About $7,000 n year."
" Does that sum bear any proportion to
his previous salary as minister 7 " '
"I think It's about the same."
" Did the emperor mnke any investiga
tion nbout Catncazy's conduct in Wash
"No j Mr. Cnlacazy. 1 believe, mado
some explanations to tho emperor, that's
nil. It's a matter that never should creato
any lll-fccilns: between the two countries.
liussla ana the united Stales uvmpathizo
with each other. As for mvself. although
my family are in Russia, I nearly count
this county as my homo. Tho people arc
kind ami are friendly to us.
a rinr. alarm. '
In Now Haven, the other dav. tho fire
alarm bulls commenced rlt.clnir as If the
wholo place wa on firo. The engines
wore run ouianu dragged to tmspiaco ana
that, followed by oxcllcd and bewildered
nremcn : citizens ai ineir niaccs 01 uuji-
ncss grew nervous, ns nil parts 01 mo city
were Indicated in turn as tlie scene oi tnu
Drp, and the tolcgrnph officials were them
selves puzzled beyond measure, u was
somctlmo before ttio very singular cause
of the alarm was discovered. It seems
that men were engaged in extending tho
fire nlarm wires to Oyster Point, hnd, in
so dolnir. had nased tho wires across the
telccrnnh lines alonir tho New York rail
road. From some reasons, perhaps the
winds blowing, tho different wires cutne in
contact. Just then n mcssaeo was passing
over tbo Western Union line, and at every
click or the telegraph tbcro came n re
sponse irom tho nro uiarm doii.
Thk Nkw Oblxans 'Times' says that
"Warmoth and bis backers wont "to Cin
1 clnnatl at Corter. started from Vera Cruz
for the City of the Montezuma, with
their wholo fleet given to tho flame, and
no means of, or chance for n restoration
to their former relations to their old ns-
- - -
Vir. notice, in tho democratic nnd lib
eral republican pres., n unanimity of tl'u
poslticn to accept and support with en
thusiasm any of the tickets so far named
as being likely to be put in nomination nt
Cincinnati. Many Journnls have decided
preferences. The Chicago ' Times ' wants
Judge Davis, the Cincinnati 'Commercial '
Charles- Francis Adams, tbo .Springfield
'Register' rnys Trumbull, and tbo St.
Louis ' Times ' insists on Brown, but wo
cannot but believe that these journals will
cheerfully support any candidato named
by the convention, i;rnnting that that
body acts with the widom and foresight
which the pcoplo have n right to expect
A Grast Pai-kii in New Orleans says
amnesty has been one ol the pet measures
of Gen. Grant and that in his llbornl nnd
generous treatment .of the south he has
been all but a traitor to tho republican
party. TfcJa is news indeed und will bo
ccoptod by the pcoplo as most nowj ofnrt
unexpected uatu ro arc, tbnt ff with fi
large amount of incredulity. If Grant is
friend to amnesty, bo hns taken small
pains to enforco bis views on his party.
In hit position, action is better than all
the assertion in the world. Grant may bo
in favor of amnesty, of civil service
reform, and opposed to nil abuses which
the public complain cf ,in tho radical
party, but if he has not the strength of
character to transform hU sentiments into
action, they are of little moment to tho
country. Tho roitcratlon of Grant's good
qualities and fair intentions by his friends
has become stale and falls on dull ears.
The people now want deeds, not words.
The Radicals could not prevent the
holding of tho Cincinnati convention, but
there arc things they can do to incrcuso
their chances of success in the presiden
tial campaign. One of these
is to continue the enforcement
act until tbe end of tho next
session of congress. This act it entitled
"an act to reform tho rights of citizens of
the United States to voto in the several
'states of the union," passed May, 1870,
and tbe fourth section of the net passed
April, 1671, it also to continue in force.
Thlt lection provides "that whenovor in
'any state or part of state organized un
'lawful combinations shall bo able by vlo
' lence to overthrow or set nt defiance the
'constituted authorities of the stale or the
' United States, tho president may, when
' in his judgment tho public safety shall
'require it, suspend tho privileges of tbo
'writ of habeas corpus, to tho end that all
'tuch rebellion may be overthrown."
It was not to be expected tbnt tho rad
ical party would give up such a wenpon ns
thlt for tbo control of votes In tbo south
ern tUtet, and the proposition of tho rnd
leal senators to continue thn bill In forcn
until it has served their puron-, will cro
ate no surprise.
THE NEW RUSSIAN MINISTER.
Autralin is not self-supporting,
cost Knglaml $1,000,000 last year.
A diabolical Boston Itcmizer lias hor
rifled tho world with tho malicious nscr
tlon thnt Nilsson chews spruce gum
K. P. Sewnrd.a brother of "Win. II
Seward, died of apoplexy on Monday nt
Florida, Orange county, New York.
An Indinnn mnn has caused tho arrest
of his grandmother, who atlncked him in
a most cowardly nnd outrngoous mnnncr.
An Iowa husbnnd is nftcr n divorco
because one of his bride's old lovers
l;lsed her during tho honeymoon. He
considered it too cheeky.
It been has on Kpnminoda street
Small by, lisping girls, nnd.bushful
people move nwny from it because they
can't tell where they live.
In Raleigh, N. C, they have a nice
way of eating philopcrinii. The girls hold
tho nlmonds in their teeth while the young
gents bite them on.
A lady of Rochester, Minn., bus ob
tained u putcnt lor n fun, to bo attached
to n tewing machine, nnd operated by the
The Boston ' Globe ' tells of an ap
prentice who remarked to n fellow appren
tice, "I don't Ilk 3 a boss who is alters round
his hop interfering with his own business.'
A youth of ninety-one rovcrcntly led
to the niter u charming brldo of one hun
dred und six. It is reported that they
wero married without tho content of their
A Minnesota horse-thief having
proved himself innocent, has been voted
$I,H00 by tho Legislature to rctrievo his
reputation. Innocent horee thcives should
make a noto of this.
Hero wo have it in n nutshell :
t he melancholy days have come,
The saddest of the year;
Of inorinK time, disordered hums
And liou-e rents ctj dear.
An Knglish writer advises voung
ladiei to look favorably upon thoso en
gaged in agricultural pursuits, giving as n
reason that their mother Kvo married n
gardener. Ho forgot to add, however, that
tho gardiner Inst his situation in conse
quence of the match.
-A person intimately connected with
John S. C. Abbott, says tbo 'Watchman
and Reflector,' assures us from personal
knowledgo that tbnt prolific author never
allowed himself to writo a paragraph of
his "Life of Nnpolcon" without first offer
ing prayer thnt he might be guided aright.
A wealthy Connecticut man has the
audacity to boast that ho mado his first
money by manufacturing "genuine relics
from tliu Holy Land." Somo of these
wooden frauds, much prized by tbo simple
persons who bought them, wero grown
within u half u milo of thsir own homes
Junius Brutus Booth appeared Mlago
in Richmond, Vn., the other night, and In
the audience was a somewhat unsophiitl
cated individual who Inquired of a gentle
man sitting near him, "Is this the pluy in
which a nigger marries a whito womnn
und then chokes her to death ?" An ap
proprlato reply was given. Tho questioner
then roo to leave, reinurking : "Well, then
darned if I want to see it. 'Twon'l do for
A STRANGE STORY.
SMALL POX FL IKS.
INFECTION CARRIED BY INSECTS.
until tboy worn within nbout four dayt'
sail of Sofaln, when for n wholo day their
11 M, .1. ' -
MILKS or ROTTEN CARCASSES
of lheo iniccU, which filled the nlr with
a horrible an, loathsome itench. Eight
oi tno men wero taken, sick and flvo of
mom aicu, tnoir corpses being covered
with pustules somewhat rcsimbllng those
oi small pox. nut looking moro malignant
miiiiu & yciiowisn ercen icnor distilled
from them oven in death. The men were
on tho verge of mutiny, but thero was
notning tor tnem to do hut sail on, Tor now
they had come to clear water. Hnd evi
dently it would not do to sail over the
course ngain. At last they reached
Sofala, ''tho Inhabitants of which they
lounu suuering irom a loaiusomoand most
malignant type of small pox, which
had long raged in the interior, and
which tho physicians held had been
propogated by cnormons swarms, of
tiles which had been bred nnd
propagated in tho unburlcd and rotting
carcasses of victims which lay broiling in
the sun in that vast and almo.t unknown
Interior. They saw too, that not only
did the flics themselves reck with tho vi
rus, but that when they settled on a vic
tim, their pulvilli, which are beset with
hairs, and act ns suckers, sucked up the vi
rus, and then whoever they settled upon
was Inoculated. The Allhea sailed away,
all of Its crew being reduced to the ex
tremity of fear, although nono of them at
the time were taker, down with tho dis
ease; for on tho sickness of tho eight men,
firo of whom hnd nlrcady died, nnd tho
other three of whom soon followed, tho
surgeon bud vaccinated them all. Thus
far, Captain Arlington's story soemcd hor
rible enough, yet it might bo'truo; but for
that which followed I wa wholly unpre
pared, and think that tho captain
must havo gono mad. Tho
Allhc.t sailed awav northward toward tho
Comoro Islands, every day or" two running
through layers of rotting flies ; the crow
again been me sick nnd half crn.v. and
wero reduced almost to skeletons; half of
tnem only wero mado to do duty ten hours
at a time, whllo tho rest wero confined In
the disinfected hold, whero tho surgeon
by means of somo chemicals made them
breathe nlr surcharged with oxveen. un-
der tho Influence cf which they enmo to
sicop won nnd cat well, but their nervous
syetcms deteriorated and thev becamo
more nnd moro insane. From some reason
or other tho Comoro Islands seem to bo
frco from this pestilence, and here tboy re-
maincu ior iiircc wccks, uuring wnieli
tlmo they wero greatly recuperated.
Then they determined at'last to get awav
from tho horror as soon ns possible, null
set nbout to return homeward.
But they went back to Mada
gascar, stopping midway between Cape
Ambro and St. Andrew. Hero tbo trees
nnd shrubery for groat areas were covered
nnd absolutely weighed down with enor
mous black flies, somo of which wero as
Inrgo ns humble bees, and occasionally vast
clouds of them would whiz through tho
air, and, going down to tho shore, would
sottlo on tho ship. 'What thev lived on
was the mystery, for already they had
stripped tho trees of their leaves. Some
times a limb loaded with them would full
and crush myriads oftlicm to dcuth. and
the ground wa covered with denso block
masses of their decaying bodies, which
festered there nnd filled tho air with the
loathsome stonch. (Inn realized what tho
pluguo of flics which once nfllictcd Egypt
must uitvo oecn. inoy intended to set
sail, but tho wind enmo up blowing
with nlmo-t hurricane, violence from
tho west, nnd tboy found It utterly impos
si bio to lenvo tbo plucc: but the wind
reliovcd them from tho urgent nrcssitv of
r . ... ...... -
uumir su. ior its innv wore on ttin viti
sldo of tho island, the wind blr ,mg away
toward tho cast, blew tho stench ond tho
flics off toward the mountains. Ucro six
men wero taken ill, but with no tmnll nox
symptoms, their malady belli! of nn
intensely enervating nature, nud making
them nervous nnd cxcitablu to a prpnt
decree. Four of them became insano nnd
umped overboard. After the irnlo bad
continued for a week its violence abated,
mm as uic puro air und none mucli lo
rccuperato the men, their despair gavo
way to none, mey set sail toward tho
north, and woro driven by a gale up
toward the Seychetto Islnnds, where thov
nnaiiy got rid of tho plague, nnd nfter
much stress of weather finally reached
WHAT CATACA.Y'h fcC:CEOK TIIINKK
OF THK "WALK I SO VBhUVIllli" AM)
THIN OS IN OE.NKBAL.
(From (lie New York World, At ril VO.)
Baron Ilcnrv Von Olfenburg, w suc
cessor of Catacazy as Russlun minitter to
tbe United States, will leave this city to
morrow cvenini; ior nasningion. ino
Clarendon .hotel where ho vat a gnest yes
terdav. was visited by many prominent per
too a res who desired to pay their respects
te tne now minister, in convcrnaiion
ywtenlay afternoon 31. Schlrkoti; tho Rus
aian charge d'affaires, said no interruption
of tbe iriendls relations between the
United State and Russia was apprehended
by the new minister brcuusn tbo recull M.
"Whatopinlon it entertained of tliu
courts Dunued bv M. Catacazy. 7"
(Laughingly) " Mo it aiinply regarded
at a walking Vesuvius that s all. Ho
dl4 not answer here, and was removed. I
talltve the emperor hat retired him on a
"TUn ho don't hold any office In Rus
sia now 7" '
" No, sir. I believe he i. on n visit to
twae of the waUring-placcs-but ho is
stot actually empWd. H WM u18
foreljrn office for a short time "
" What pension does h receive? "
(CorrMpoii.hncK New Yort WorM )
Mkliiuuiink, Auhtrai.ia, April 14.
oveniLier last tno Alinen, a vessel owned
in Australia, was near Mudauascur. and.
in uouiiung capo hi. .Mury, tho souther-
nuu point oi tno Hiiuiu, tno watcu bud-
u,-"y discovered what seemed
a demo Wm;k cloud hovering iu tho air
...... .(.prenuy inuking directly for tho
hip. In antleipHtion ot a gulo, such ns Is
und iu about twenty inimiu, l" .solved'
into a perfect rain ol swarming n ' w ,leh
settled down upon the hip, X'lu u !
worn finf'lt'ml ft. m.MEnli. u... .. J
wero tbo pigcorm in South Aiucricu,' wl'leh
Audubon describes. They bit und tWa
and buzzed till tho men wero alum.!.
Marriaoe Guidk. Interesting work
numerous engravings, 224 pages. Price
CO conts. Address Dr. Butt's Dispensary,
No. 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Seo Advertisement. tf,
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenuo, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommoduto tho public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
rates than any other first-class houso in
tho city. The rooms aro nil well fur
nished, light nnd niry, good sample rooms
for tho accommodation of Commercial
agents. The houso is located in tho cen
terof tho business part of the city within
ono squaro of the post office. 4-9-tf
Buy the new Fin Proof Lamp chim
noy of P. I). & Co. l-172w
crazed, hut nil liuudo wero Instantly piped
IU L-IUHII UIU UUVhB KIIU tilUVUI WU piHgUU
Into thu sea.
Tliev worked for about four hours
slushUg nnd mashing and hammering the
flics; but euuri-at wast lie wuiuht added to
tbo ship that the ;vns still in danger of
lounuenntr, wnen, lucKiiy ior them, a
iiiigmy wuiu swept down irons the iled
Mountuliis and blew thu pts nil away,
Tho sailors, who did not know what to
make of tho affair, and wero growing super
ttitious about it, wished liuuiilly to leave
the track they were pursuing, ami which
was toward the motitli of the Sofala rlv,.P
In Mozambique: but thu tuptalu refuted
to accede to their rcqueit. For duva thov
proceeded on their patli ncrots Mozam
llquo Chunuul, seeing no more of tho tile.
Having removed my boot und shoo shop
to tho north side of Eighth street, between
Commercial avenue nnd Ohio loveo, oppo
site my old stand, I invito all my cu
tumors to call on mo In my now quarters,
whero I shnll keep on hand nnd manufnc
turn nil kinds of custorn-mudo boots and
shoes, nnd guarantee in tho future, as I
havo dono in tho past, to give good work,
good stock, good lits nnd perfect satisfac
tion. Piiii.lii Bal'mii.
Stuart & Oholson uro now offering n
very largo lino of Slimmer Dress Goods nt
very low figures. Vn'o aro not offering
"bites" on a few leading articles to attract
trade, but wn aro selling nil goods at as low
prices ns nny market utlbrds. "Wo nro re
ceiving novelties every week. An inspec
tion of our goods nnd prices is respectfully
AViro 'Window Screens,
Sponge and Hip baths,
Chamber VM, Hrats oud Enameled
Kettle. UrlUnU Ware, Coffee nnd Tea
Pou, Hair A ro and u general u.:ort.norit
of Stamped and l'lulu Tin AVure.
La-t, but not leait, Ckahtkr Oak
Cooki.no hloVBH, to be hud at w lBros
t C. W. HkniikusosV,
:j-2"mld 11)0 Commercial Ave.
Tho undersigned has for Mile, at low
pricv, a fino horse and'iprlng wugun. In
quire at the Cairo Cltv 'Wharfboat.
4-14tf. ' MAT. CLARK,
Our Homo Advertisers.
Our Homo Advertisers.
LI.EN, MULKEV & WHEELER
COUNSELWRS AT LAW,
Wllllsm J.AIIi-n, '
Juhn II. Mulkty,
HrPsrtioulfir attention raid to river and nl
OFFICE Orer FlistNationsl Bank, Ohio Ultt.
OREEN & OILUERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William n (1iid
"Specia. atUnliop glTfn to AJmliallf and
orricK onio levkk, rooms 7 and 8 oyer
CITY NATIONAL UANK.
FOR SALE, ) "f s!" f FOR SALE,
' I FcrHale 1
VOR SALE. J KorHalH FOR SALE.
Faro from Livr.iU'ooi,
Faro from Londcnukriiy
Fare from (Ji.asoow,
Faro from Qukknstow.v
10 CAIRO : : : : $4 8-2 0
Mfonl, Slorrit .t C
Lirerpool .Nfw.Yoik and Phlladiliihla
OCR COTlCT WITH I XITrD STATU. Ill ITIIH
Fr Crr) ing Ine Mails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
o ruatiir.a mroasiiTlov
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, AoT.i
H llroajway, New-York, or to
Wuhlnston Arenue, Cairn. nom. 51
The Illinois Onlral lUil Itoa.l Cotnp.ny now
orlerfor aale tlie following de-crlheil lola to lit
Addition to tli City ol Citiro, vit:
Lot It block i. Lot 21 Mock H.
" H " 20, " 27 " Hi,
' s " w -a si
' C ' .', 31 "
" 3 " XI, " 3.' W.
orterrrn.ele. apply to IAIf-S JOHNSON,
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
F. D. REXFORD Propricto
.oaiia onio Lirn ami atcoxn t.,
Ihc Only lint-CIa Home in the City
naeeazo conreed to
nd from llie I)po
Emma Prlct and Thomas VI. Prl,
auu.ato notlticd thai on April '.Tth, im, Sparrow
M. NickeroD.comrilaiiiani. filed im kill in rh.n.
eery lo forecloi-e a moruajfe. In the Alexander
county Circuit Court, .Stale or lllinoi. nnd that
said nut is now pending in aulil court. That then-
iponaiiiuimoni waa MMiea out or theeierk'a of
fice ol aald court galnt you, retumatla on the
1st Monday In .Inly next to a term of paid court,
then to he holden at the cnurt-hoiiae In Cairo, in
Dated Aiiril 27th, is;:. Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Whecler.Sol'r? for Cimnl't.
SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Warati;, on the Wth day of August, A, D,
18;u, Thoin.i II. r.Uli and Kliia Klllc.
hla wile, and Henry H. Kllfa, and Oltilivi,
(Igned Otlla Ellia) hla wife, executed and
acknowledged, nnd dcliiered to Mike 51c
Cauleyacertaln mortgage conveying to raid Mike
McCauley certain real estate nituam in the city oi
Cairo, county of Alexander, etate of Illinois , to.
win Lot 'o, 7 in block No, 16, and lota So 17,
18, 19,21', 37, 38, in block No. 71. and the undl'
vldcd two-thlrda IntercM In lot No, B, In block
No. a, all In the city ot Cairo, Alto lola num.
berrd 21 nnd 2.1 in btoi'k No Ul in the lit mlrlitinn
to thoclty of Cairo; toaecure the pajmentoj two
certain protniiaory notea in aid rnoitgago d.
scribed, both of eren dale with taid mnn.w.
one note for S7S, payable two rnoutht after date,
and the other roiefor7 payable f.mr monthi
after date, which note hate not been paid, nor
Hi rtincr ui inriii or nuj ynri uiereoi neeii paid
kmi vrhpr.nl. It la ntir.lllafi.rl in tmt innn.......
that if default l made In the pa) meat n( khII
nutea, above mentioned, or any part thereof,
according to tho tenor nnd crteet thereof, the
aid party of the tei-ond part, ntterhaving wlver.
tlaed audi oale for thirty itaya in a
newipaper publlahed in tho city of
uairo. iniiioia, may cell the aild
premi'ea or nuy part tl.reof, and II right and
equity ot redemption ot theKaid nrtie of the
nr"i pari, ai piunic venuun 10 ine nigneat bidder
ior ca-ii ai inn iiuin aiipoiiiieii iu mien auveillut
mi nt, and unon maklni; auch kale, aa Die nttnr
ncy of aald parileaol the flrat part, or in the name
ol thenald parly ol the M-cond pari, shall exerute
hiiii ueiiver iu mw purcnnRer uee,ia ior the con
veyance in feeol th premise-"old ; And whereaa
the aalil promiaor) notea have not, nor liaa
runrr or nor piiri inert ni ieec paiu i
Now, therefore, I the aaiil Mltr MeCauley, parly
of the second part named In aaid mortgage, In
pursuance of the provisions thereof, do hereby
give notice that on Hsturday, May Ulli, A, J). IWi
between the hours of ten o'rlnnb a.m. n,l nna
o'clock n. iii, ol that dav, at the front door of the
Court House. In the eilv of Cairo. Alexander
county, stall, of Illinois, I will oHertl.e Ion of
rounu Herein anovo ileseilted, and earh of
Item for sale at mil. lie vemlun to !h l.ioli.i M.I.
ler for cash, to satislv saiil notes, and will ext.
cute deeds to purchasers, coneving a title In fee
lo the premises sold, ai ptovidod In said mart'
.intvr. .mcua'ii.kt, aiongagee.
Oreen A Oll'ierl, Attorneys for Mortgagee.
4.10j:wl Cairn, April tl, lfT2.
Willi IU iTliMiiujr ntleuduntsj, low sjinr
I la' dejiresjNlun, In vulunlnry emlaitloii,
lusuior rsemcu. tuieriiiattirrliiris. Inss m
uowrr. rilaxr lirml. Imm nr msmiir.
aud lareateiinl linnrlrnrei nnd linbe
cllll, nnd n loverrlKa euro In Uiiiu.
' iionieuiiBiuio riiolilo No
unde at the roo
tern, arrest the discharges, and imiurt vigor and
anerr, llleunil Titalll) to theentlie man. Tney
liavjuiired thousands of cures. Price, S pel
packtgesof llvelroxes and a large ti rial, which
is very important iu ubstinalv or old casts, or II
pertliiKlebox. Sold by all drulsli, ajj sent
by mailoniacelpt o prico. A J ittn iluavhrcy'
Hpecitio llomeopathiu Medlclna Co., Ml Ilroad
way, K. Y. J. JJilUir,
auiil<owawly AsieJt, Curo, Illinois
Twciltr-cla-llt. Comtiosml nl tr.ii most valus
b!e mild and potent curative. Ihuy striko a
ita ol the nutli r, tono up lae ays
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our ndvlcu and purchase yogr tickets
over tie old reliable and jxtj.ulnr Mmoisi Pa.
cirit' lUtiaoM', uhlcli Is positively the only line
running three dally express trains from Ht. Louis
to Kannas City aud t lie west I ami is positively
the only line which runs Piillintn palace sleepers
ami line day coarner, (especially for movers)
''pupped wit), Miller's safely platform, and the
iatenl sieaui brake, ltotii HI, l.oills In Kansas
i.ity, r I. Btoll, Ijiwrence, Leavenworth. Atchi
son, HI, Juseph, Nebraska City, Council llllills
ann Dinahn without change I Kor Information in
regaid to tli,, ,f.t lares. Ac, to any polot In
Mi,""" .'1raak, Kiinsas, Colorado, Texas, and
:i.?r?i.'tu."lM'n "f adilrosaH. H.Thompaea,
agent Missouri lcittu It. It. Columbus. Ohio or,
fjA. I urd, General Passenger Agent, HI, Louis,
No trouble lo answer iueslnnt 3..wly,
. A. SUSANKA,,
And Dealer in Foreign and Domnllc
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOAES,
97 Ohio Lcvec,
Belwetb Ninth and Tenth Streets,
JOHN UATKM, ProprleUr.
lUOCsmmercial Avenue, CAlltO, II.LINOIH,
flett brand of Callfc la Cigar? Just received,
BILL! AHt) saloon furnished with thu t-al ol
tables; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and cigars of the finest brands.
(sildcr, I'pIu.Ktcrcr, Vartiblier and
Fancy l'aper Hauger, Mattrufs
Making anil Repairing.
Hhoi tn i'ommerrlnl aveuue Iu
All work entrusted
Orders are ollcited.
to his eare will receive
CAPE CIRARDEAU AND ILLINOIS
Commercial-av., Foot of Elevcnth-st.
Rest iuallty of Lime nnd Cement nl
wayi on hand, and for sale at the
very lowest figure for cah.
Leave order at the office on Commercial-av, at
he foot of Eleveath street. novlcd-dm.
Our Homo Advertisers. Our Home Advertisers.
73. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. II AN NY.
KENTUCKY JKANK, EXTRA,
G ROB 1 RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CAM-STINO
01 LT IIA.Vbl,
Ula Eatlre Mlck
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORS'KK 8t1I HT. ANO COMUIRCIAL-AT.,
WH OLKMAIsK CHUCEKB.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a mo.t cum
plele stock of
aCCTCB AMD IRISR WHISKIES
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba W ines
RJMVTH A CO. tell exclusively for cash, lo
, which fact they Invite the especial atten
tion ot close bargain buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
BATCIIELOR'S HAIR DYE.
Tnis superb hair dye is the Mil in the world
(eifectty harmless, reliable and instsntsncoiis.
No disappointment, The genuine W. A. Ilatche
Inr's llalr Dye produce; Immediately a natural
black or brown. Does not stain the skin but
leaves the hair clean, soft and beautiful. The
only aafe and perfect hair dye. Sold by all drug'
gists. Kactery, 16 Bond St., N. T.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MR It VII A JUT.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OUlo lllvrr nud Knunst tut
70 Ohio Levee,
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(as Fitter's anil I'lumtr's material, Woo
pumps, xlube and anirle valv.s, flop
rocks, check vsltes,etc.
also aukar ro
Tulla II ro 111 era Vnlrtit II ry liaa Meier
And Morehause, Wells A Co'a Automatic Watet
Indicator and bupply Yalta for steam boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK. COUUKRCIAL-AYEMU
LOUIS J 0 R G E N S E N ,
Dealrr Is all kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Farmer's Yard aad Hlabllaa;
T IIOUT CIIARrjK.
Cor, Waahington-av. and Twcntieth-st.,
WIMEM AMD LldtlOHI.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
rcrriioa ro ronit s itocirttTsj
Hrelirjer aad Wholesualr Dealer lo
Foreign aad Uuinesille
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Lkvkk,
IK keeps on hand conslanlly a full stock o
ixui'i npuiucay nouroon, itye anj xononas'
hela Whiskies, French Brandies, Holland Min.
Rhine and California Wines Unlml.
WM. II. SCH UTTER,
luiporler nud Wholesale Dealer In
TOBACCO &c CIQ-AK3
Agent for the best brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE,
iBitsarlfxt Alea of Ulirereal Ulada.
75 Ohio Levee,
" CAIUO. U.I.I.NOIH.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every description,
lath, shingles, cedar posts,
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished oa shortest notice.
Commercial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
'Uniiog -o -j
DOURH, NAKII. ETCl
For Salo at Wholesalo or Retail
COn.NKR 32D.STIIEETANIJ OHIO I.EVKa
Doviur as, u ample:
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS1 SUPPLY DEPOT;
I3J TENTH STREET,
Daora, fiaaU, Bllada, Mealdlaci,
EaTf Uattera, (woodl Window aad lloor
Frame. Floorlaa;, LUi,
NbliiKlefl, Olaaed Haab, Ulaaad Mid
I.lghla, tilaaed Trail so mi,
Hnsts Welajhla, Naab Pnlllea aad Cords
Blind raslenlBk-s, Rooaaa;
Fell, Koobdk Cemtit, Plasterlaa;
Paper, C'arssel Fell, Wblla ,
Lead, IJnsed Oil, Asnerleaa Wladuw
Cilasa, Encllab aadFreach
Plate Ulass, Pully, fHaalera Palais
Niwrr SSIbm Pml.nl t"lalBssiaa.
Etc., Kte., JCIc
AGENTS for Kock River Paper Company's
VheathinK Felt aad (juarli Omonl.
II. W. Joha's Improved Kootinc always on
HTUVEN. TINWARE, ETC,
A. II A L L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clathea Wringers Tllt
"are, Coal Hods, KlreBhovels, Air Ustas,
TIN ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Waslingtonavenue,
""tort"!. OulUringT aad all. kladt ofla
fltlOBaatahortasiatAloa. ' fWrf