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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY JULY 6, 1872
iOttH H OIIKKLY, Edlterand PuWunrt.
July o, 1872,
TtB' or Till lUILt lll'UtTIHt
O.. week, by earlier,.-. "
Uneyearhy r.rrler.lnadTance 10 00
net n.dDlt) by Mall "".-IS
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John It. Oberly A Co. Bate reduced the uh
erliion price nf the Weealy Clro Bulletin to
OM 1tr imium. making l tne cheapest pa
tternnMl.hM in omhrn Wlnnl.
Good Enough J
rco wkcre joss IBM while. bl
hlii. . .
rat I the ft" IIwb t
Aatf wont nloa thi tint,
Ureeler aarf Urals Hrew."
I OR ftiBStDEKT,
of New York 5
either to de.nand what 1 not right or sub
mit to what la wrong.
13. For tho promotion and aueceia of
tlioso vital principle, and tho support of
tho candidate nomlnatud by Mil conven
tion, wo li.vlto and cordially welcome the
co-operallon of all patriotic cltlxons, with
out rcgr.rd to provlmi political affiliation.
The trial ul Stoke, tor Uiu murder of
FIilc, it progressing itowly In Now York
The most extensive preparations for the
approaching convention havo been made
at Baltimore. Large arrival of delegates
and other are etpected in tho city to-day.
They preliminary meetings of the several
state delegations will be held on Monday.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
ron SECRETARY OF 8TATE.
ron auditor or runnc accounts,
DANIEL 0 11 A It A.
TOR STATE TREASURE!!,
CHARLES N. LANFHIER.
lOR ATTORNEY GFNERAL,
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
rOR CLERK 'SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
TOR CLERK OK SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. W1LBANKS.
The Chicago Times' continues to
print ' letters from the peoplo" who are
opposed to tho nomination of Urcclcy at
Baltimore. The signs are more strongly
indicative than ever that after next
wetk, the 'Times' wi!l have to forego this
President Grant astonished the
natives by an unexpected visit to Wash
ington on Tuesday. Think of ill Grant in
Washington and a horse race, in which
tho contestants were Longfellow and
Harry B:isstt, at Long Branchl There
11 something new under the sun.
We, the Liberal Republicans of the
United States in Convention assembled Ht
Cincinnati, proclaim tho following princi
ples as essential to just government:
DEAD lHMJfcS ItCRIKO.
1. We recognixo tho equality of all
men before thu law, nnd hold that it is
the duty of tho govt-rnment in its dealings
with the peoplo to mete out EQUAL AN 1)
iXAOT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
WU A I'EVE it NATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOR OR FKRSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
I. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE.
STATES, r MANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT. AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
OUrSTIoNS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FlrTr ENTU AMENDMENTS OF
UMVUUSAL AJIN'KNl Y.
3. Wu dfinnrid thu immcdinto and ul"
olutc removal of ull disnbililius impend
on ui-count of tho rebellion which wus
llhallv subdued seven vuars uo. Leliuvitii;
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMl'LETK l'AO
1F1UAT10N IN ALL SECTIONS OF
ISKXOVUATIC TO THE CO HE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial tutlrugc, will guard the
rights of ull citizens mure securely than
any centralized power. The people and
the pislilio welfare require the SUPHE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY arid
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CuRPUS. Wo demand (or the
individual ttlu lar::et libel'. consistent
with public order, tor tho stato aull-gov-
ermnent, and for thu nation return to
the method or pi'iice una the commit
tionnl liinitiilions of power.
Tlll'i: AH I'ltKAClIINU."
f. The civil service o( tho Kovorntnant
has become a mure instrument of partisan
tvralinv lid personal uinliitlon, Mid uu
ribWct of eclQth creed, ll is 11 bcnndul
and reproach upon free limtitutions, mid
breeds n ueinorauzuiion uunurouf to u
perpetuity of republican government.
TIIEKEFIIHE A WINE IIKM tM).
C. Wo thoreforo regard u THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SKRV1CE
as one ol thu most preying ncreiiities t
tlie hour; thai lionrsty, capnelt y and lluei
ity constitute thuonly valid elmms to pub
lie employ mentj inui 1110 omre 01 in
irovnrnrneiit ceuso to bo u mtitlur nf nrbl
trnry fuvoritUtn and tiutro'iusii, nnd that
public station iiecome again tho pent of
honor. TO THIS KM) JT IS l.Ml'hl!
ATIVELY JtEQUlRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
T.lMUTtl'KNTIO.V KIOVE A8III1
7. Wodeniund a tylem of federal tax
alien which elmll not unnecctfiiirily inter
fere with the indiHtrv of tho people, nnd
which ahull provido the mcaiu necesury
to pay the expenses of the government,
eeonomlcally iidministcred the pensions,
the Interctt on the public debt and n mod
erate annual reduction of tho principal
thereof, and rccoj-nlzo that there are in
our midst liomst but irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection and freo
trade. WE REMIT THE 1) SC'US
SION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL D1S.
TRIOTS, AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION
6. The public ci edit mutt be sacredly
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in every form nnd Kulo.
MI&U Of TII1C TM HE METAL.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by tho highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government
A WORD I'OK 'I HE NOI.DIKH IliSYN.
10. We remember with gratitude the
saerillces of the soldier and snilors of tho
republic, and no act of ours thail ever
detract from their Justly earned fume, or
the lull rewards of their patriotism.
AVAU.T, LAMS HOBUEIIH I
11. We arenppmed to all further prants
T land tn rKllrouds or othor corporations.
7J,iJ'Ut,U0 ""MAIN SHOULD HE
TLERsI T ACTUA, KET-
IIBKRAL rOIIEIUN I'OI.ICV.
13. We hold that It is the duty of the
rwnu)nt In Its Intercourse with foreign
MUims to Cultivate friendships of peace
;;fiatiaff with all on fair and equs
Tur. city of Evansvillo is in a high
state of alarm. Louisville ladies have con
tracted the fearfully ugly habit of chew
ing "tnlugum," In fact tho habit has
spread like an epidemic, and Evansville
is afraid an unlucky breeze will carry the
epidemic to that place. Heaven dsfend
this city. Wax-cbewicg femininity
certainly never was intended to be regard
ed as "heaven's lost, best gift to man."
Many people fail to exactly understand
tho force of that reasurlng assurance, so
often heard of late, to the effect that "Gen.
Grant will not interfere in tho pending
Gubernatorial election of Pennsylvania."
Intertero how? We do not know of any
such interfering power vested in tho Pres
ident of thu United States. Then what
docs this mean, and wherein lies the pe
culiar force of the promise? Upon this
the peoplo of the country await enlighten
.menu .Veto Orleans Timet.
The Chicago Timls commende the
agncity of the Michigan democratic stato
convention which endorsed the Cincinnati
platform, but fulled to instruct its dolegates
for Greeley. His worst onemies have never
Hccused Horace- Greeley of being othor
than an honest man. He has promised to
abide by the principles of the Cincinnati
platform and faithfully executo them if
elected. The Cincinnati platform is un-
vctsiilly acceptublo to tho democratic
party. Thu goose which lays the golden
gg of reform and a return to good govern
ment for tho United Slates, is in the hands
of tbc democrats, and tbo Chicago Timesi
i one of tho journals which insist on, not
absolutely killing it, but starving it with
scant and unnatural food.
WinisT, P. C, Julj-2, U72.
THE WORLD SEES AT LAST.
The New York 'World' has realized
two thlr.gs: first, it is reluctantly con-
trained to bolievo that lloraco Greoley's
nomination by a two-thirds vote at Balti
more, Is "fixed," and, secondly, that the
' crmY Influence In tho democratic par
ty U not very great when such a result Is
secured, ileplto tho herculean cnorts of
that journal to prevent it. In a whine,
which Indlcutos loss of heart, it says that
Mr. Hendricks, Gov. S.-ymour, Chief Jus
Ilea Church, and Gov. Randolph, either
openly or privately givo in their adho
sion to Mr. Greeley j whilo Mr. Thur
man's and Mr. Pendleton' friends mako
no sign. Mr. Kerr accopts tho situation
nnd even Mr. Voorhces has withdrawn hi
oppoiition. Tho Boston Post,' Hartfon
'Time,' Philadelphia 'Age,' Washington
' Patriot,' and several lending southern pa
per, havo "one by 0110 succumbed to tho
inevitable," leaving two prominent domo
emtio journals ns allies of thu World' in
opposing Mr. Oreoley. Carl t'churz, who
did notdcslro Mr. Greeley for a candidate
has also determined to support him, and,
much to tho ' World'' disgust. It "can
not iliscovor in any quarter, signs of a
formidable or oven a rospectnblo bolt." I
also concludes that tliero will bo but two
candidates in tho fluid, Grunt and Gree
ley, but " shall advise nobody to vote for
Grant; and as between staying ht homo
or voting for Greeley, it has no counsel to
oiler." I would suppose after iU recent un
succesvful attempt to influonco thu democ
racy, that it would not .thrust its udvlcu
where it is not asked or needed. Ttat tho
1 AVorld' has not made up it mind whether
to come out openly for Grant or give
him aid, whllo playing tho rolo of demo
crkt, is pUIn from the following: "Our
duty may more clearly appear ufttr thu
canvass hat inudu ioinu progress." Thu
action of tho ' World' Is In marked con
trast tn those papurs, which, though oppos.
Ing Mr. Greeley, have staled in no uncer
tain language, that once ho is the nomlneo
of tho parly they will, liko good demo
crats, give him their earnest support, not
beeuuse ,hey will like him personally any
bi-tter alter the nomination than before,
but because there can bo no alternative be
tween the democratic principles which he
is pledged to carry out ns 021 braced in tbo
Cincinnati platform, and tho radical can
didate, General Grant; aad ns for tho
1 World's happy suggestion about Demo
cruts staying at home and not voting, that
Grant may be elected, I don't think there
Is a corporal's guard of democrats in tho
whole country who, on reflection, would
have such a crime on tbtir souls, or wb0
carato assist tho 'World' in earning tho
price of its treachery,
Tho nomination of Mr. Greeley being a
foregone conclusion, it has been suggested
that an effort bo mado to havo his nomina
tion made unanimous This will moot with
some opposition, probably, by thoso who
are opposed to his nomination. The
views of these gentlemen aro of course
entitled to respect, but wo have a
word of waruing to offer to thoso who
r not up to the avowed radical throat
madu at the Philadelphia convention that
if it cost a million of dollar they would
secure a straight out-and-out democratic
candidate at Baltimore, but as ' tliu be.l
laid plans of men and mice aft gang agle1
so will this, on account of tho Greeley tor
nado which has swept over the country ;
but in lliu or their lint design thero will
be radical emissaries, not in radical guise
however, who will seek to foment troublo
and sow the seeds of discord among the
delegates at Baltimore. Delegates who
oppose Mr. Greeley from principle, are en
titled to as much respect and consideration
as those who favor him, and they will re
ceivo It, but it is well to bo forewarned
with regard to the hired minions of tho
present corrupt administration, whose
every effort will be directed to create dis
tention in the convention. I do not ap
prehend that such will be the case, but it
It well to know what to expect Irom the
machinations of our unscrupulous oppon
ents. WAITING TOR DEAD MENS SHOES.
It it a well known fact about senators
Edmunds, Conkling, Howe and others, as
piring to teats upen the supreme bcuob,
and especially their seal for their matter,
Ulysses, at the time when Chief Justice
Chase was to ill. It teems there is another
Richmond in the field in the person of
ex-Attorney General Hoar, who to show
his loyalty to Gen. Grant mads an assault
on Senator Sumner on account of his op
position to the latter. He imagine that
his dirt throwing will commend him to
the stolid, stupid president, in case of a va
cancy on the supreme bench. Mr. Hoar
should remember tbo old saying about a
long wait for dead men' shoes. Heaven
for fend that anything should happen to
the judges of tho supremo court before
March 4th, 1873, for wo do not want any
more packing of that court than was done
by the appointment of judges Bradley and
Strong, to that they might reverse tho
legal tender decision according to Grant's
wish, at tho instance of several large cor
porations. AND YET ANOTHER I
Tho daily Patriot' of this city, which
has heretofore opposed the proposition to
endorse Greeley and Brown at Baltimore,
has givon way, and now advitet harmony
and union with liberal republican! for the
common good, and to put an eod to the
cxitting official corruption. Thu hand--riling
on the wall is seen by friendt and
foes alike; our friends profit by it, wheel
into line and swell the array which it
marching on to victory, while our foot
ttand aghast at the power which tho de
mon ism of their high priest havo in
voked and which ull their spoils cannot
LAGER ON THE INCREASE.
Tho number of beer stamps issued from
the Internul revenue Bureau during tbo
fiscal yeur just closed, was 'z7,!95,GUO, an
increase of 6,0(K,000 over the ittuu of tho
year pleviout. This wot'li teem to Indi
cate a flattering increase in tho manufac
ture of beer for tbo tamo period. If the
weather continuei at hot us it is now being
100 in the shade, the demand for lager
will materially increase the revenue of
our uncle bamuei, not wcatner and
ager being terms tynonomous.
3,000 tlckeU hae been given out, which
i more than the capacity of tho homo
THE PRESIDINO OFFICER
cannot be known up to the prosont time,
but bo will postlbly bo a Western man.
That seems to be the prevailing sonllmont
here. Tho Marylandors havo bohaved, .n
all their preparations, with a good tonso
or hospitality; and every effort has boon
mado to mako tbl Convention 11 national
affair, oven to tho cxtonl of painting a now
drop-curtain, to covor one-third of tho
front of the stage, nnd thow tho American
colors, with tho traditional eaglo ttretched
beneath ouito across the stage, and upon a
scroll dropped from his beak are tho
word Saro nil ll Good ill. A
triumphal arch will be erected in the street
lieforf tne theatre, and flower, flags,
shields, and patriotic ilitigllia planted
MEN WANTED !
EXTRA IDlfCEM ENTSI
Th fVirn Jk St. t.nnU R. R. Co. trmit M0 men
at once, to work on the lie of their road in
Al'XADiler roubljr, 110m a 10 la -nuts norm 01
Cairo. Iliinol. .........
PRICFN.Pflr ttlon wnrk. I sM 11 1, twenty
cnu (.) p. r T rl. Chopper. (12 40) two ilof.
lart anil 9fly cnt per djr. Iy m.i on urine,
(Si Ml two Uollur- and twentfOte cents per day.
Itoard OU per e. I'.ompt payments In cath
Kurnle ni li U' l'ort'injr.
Arph to JOHN MUI.VF.V, Hup't on the work.
a 31 iiawtr.
llOOtolalO rr month, rrerywhere, male and
fomalf, to Introduce the the latent impriired,
mm nimn.a anil eerwi
MACHlNr: eter Inf-ntfd
W ch-lll-me the
wotlJ lo compete with It Price only 11 n ami
rally warranted for Ht years, making tne
EUMic Look Hiltch, alike on bth l.le.. The
tame at all itie hlah priced shuttle
machine. Ateo. the reltlirnted eod
lte COMMON PES9E FAMILY HEWINQ MA
CHINE. Price only 15 no, ami fully warranted
tr life year. 1 here msehine will .tltch, hem,
fell, tuet, quilt. cord, bind, brahl and embiolder
a imKl (Ulterior manner. And are warranted
to do all work that ran be iton on any high-priced
mach'na In ih- world. For circular nnd erm
-ldr 8. WTNKOOPACO..VOM Hidxe at.nue,
or P. O. Box. 1726 FblUdtlphia, 1'a. tJ3, 3mw
CAIRO CITY COAL
It prepared to supply cuikimer with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
RDKR4 letlAt MMIiday !im. office, 70 OHIO
Lhvcr., or ki me ;oi laru veivw mem,
baric lintel, will rcc-lre prompt attention
THE TUG MONTAUK" will oring coal alon
gteimerj at ear hour.
THE BALTIMORE CONVENTION.
THE CONVENTIOH HALL HOW TUX DELE-
OATIOMa WILL HT, C1C.
(Oath's Letter In tho C't.kKO Tribune. 1
Ford' Theatre, the tilaco of the conven
tion, lies in the southwestern part of the
town, on hiir.li ground, and nearly ut the
juneliun of two good, broad streets. It it
u wiiilo ouilUlng, cuppeo wun aiahsard
towers, and will accomodate with seat
l,SU0 purson, 01 who in bOU can sit uu the
luwer or parquet il'ior, and the real in the
two galleries. This theatre it owned bv
John T. Ford, who was the proprietor of
thu 'celebrated theatre in Warhiugtou
whero Mr. Lincoln wu ehut. Ford ha
also the Holiday btreul theatre, in this
town, which i called the Old Drury of
Baltimore, and date back to 1784.
Tho Front Street Theatre, which I
in the old and comparatively ueg
lectod part ol lialtimore, was the
spot where Dougla was nom
inated, in 1U01, nnd Johnson, in 1864. It
is now merely ii variety theatre, and take
nodrumutic rank, lord is a successful
manager, and leuses several of the minor
theatre, It is said, in smaller, places. The
present houto ha been furnished only
about ono year, and is neat, small, and
comparatively plain. The gas i lighted
by electricity, and, after tho old lialtimore
fashion, drinking bar am maintained on
the promises, and, of these, it is said that
four will be in operation under the theatre
roof during tho deliberation. Tho stage
hat been rebuilt with n view to the Con
vention, and telegraph wires for three
Magnetic Companies are already carried
over and the instruments attached.
llooms adjacent in other buildings will
lie used for tho Committee ou Platform
and Permanent Organization. Before tlie
first gallery there it one verv boautiful
promenading room, ornamented with or
iginal liuintiiiL't of actor in character, life
tize, by lialtimuro artl.U, at tho order of
Mr. rorii. uorrctpondnonti and othors
coming hero will take note that the stage
can accommodtto few percent compared
with tho arrangements made at Cincinnati
and l'hiladulphia. Tho tcatt have been
already parceled out by tho ltotidenl
Committee, to delegate, and plan of them
HOW THE DELEQATI0.N8 WILL BIT.
From one of those plan I nolo that
iniiiui. w in rii.i' iftri i'.i w. fin it. n.
will hit on tbo lust row ot tho parquet, be-
muiaiia aim oeioro Plow iork,
which latter great state takes the llrt
ui mo parquet circle, which en
compasses the parquet. HeUeen Indlatn
and the lingo will oo Massachusetts, Con
neciieui, me uuirict or Columbia, and the
rest ol New tnglund, extending qulto us.
to tbo stage- on tho satno ldo wlih illinolJ.
Iho opposite tlduof tho parquet, on the
left of tho presiding officer, will bo filled
entirely with tbo southern states, Includ
ing Missouri ; and in thu parquet circle,
behind thoso southern stale, on the left;
will be the rest of the couth, and Ohio,
California, New Jersey, the 'territories,
and at last' Maryland, which will be
crowded back against the wall, About
FOR SALE, For i FOR SALE,
COR SALE. J ForUaie 1 FOR BALE
Faro from Liverpool,
Faro from Lovdcnderrt
Fare from Ulahuow,
Fare from Quxenstowk
70 CAIRO, :::::::: $48-
datiorrt, Morns A Ca
Liverpool Ncw.Tork and Philadrlphia
rxpra courtier with initio iriim a latis'x
For Carrying the Malls.
FOR PASSaTTe TICKETS
oa tcttaaa iNrniMtTisN
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, At.
ISIlroadwaj, New-York, or to
H. 11 o ll p t ,
Wahintnn Ayence, Cairn. nut. Ji
JOHN B. PHLI.IS & SON,
(Sticce.nor lo J hn It. thilli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-ST. ad OlIIO LEVE
mr tiarr; r
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avxkux, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WA RE, HOLLOW
"W I IR E OLOTH
for Window bcrcent,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
CRADLES, &c, Ac
Also manulacturtra of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron St Coitkr Ware
io ARint for thr ccUhrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
URIC' ilOVKAULK Poi.NT STXKL 1'l.OW
Grat's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
FCANTLI.V A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS.
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a Hircure tor rrooklnt; OilmnIC
SION OF THE
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
Wholesale nd Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We krep a lull tok of Cure Drum and
Forth traion ! alio a full line or
Aud I'alntcrs Material generally.
H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOI
MBE-CECA 2STT ;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits & N'utf,
No. 134 Commercial-avo.,
FIRE AND MARINE
niagara, n. y.,
Asset m Jl.nC.'JlO 2i
OERUANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Atscta . HQ (.03 oo
RKPU11LIC, N. Y.,
A"ft - lUflii 00
Comprising the Underwriters' Afcency,
YONKKKS, N, Y.,
Aitl... b7s 40 i
Assets - 4M,1'J3 '1
i-irkukn'h ku.s'ij, h. r.,
ARK UND0UI1TEDLY TUB
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE I
k EASIEST TO SELL
And never fiiil to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS I
Erer Mure oIId.tJ la , prool that the
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking fitove man-.
BOLD UY EXCELSIOR MANU'lO. COUTANY,
Wholrsale Ilealrta in all kiml of TISNEItS'
STUCK ; aod hy all llro biovo li k'cr, like
O. W. HENDERSON,
1M Commtrciul Areinie,
L'lin. eliovimic)er. rt'm, t-chlck
CHAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All ordia niomtly attrnded to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OK WAB1IINOTON AV
ENUK AND TENTH MT-
IKCUHITV, N. Y. MARINE,
Wore. Dwelling, Furniture. Hull and Car
go.-, Insured at ri a fttcrahle as atund, per
roinrnt arrurlty will wirrant.
I rij!tfully ak of the cltisea ol Cairo,
hlii of tht ir patronage.
gut wanl.t in every City, Town and Cun.
'?i.ior ,0f, Oorbro tlnD, Book nrt Card.
il a'Jj rik. One marks tor a whol lam
trt, Colette, .n toilln'
For Sale at Wiiolctmlo r t Retail
CORNER HUD-STREET AND OHIO J.EVEJi
UM r . IAMBI
11 vaBieHr '
Do you wih lo rocflvc all the benefit turn
tWSARATOGA, N. Y.,
Iffi- BLUE LICK, Ky.
w ir.nui ine oiDf n oi a trin in iiuixe reort.
If o rnl lo tn. W't rrflro thi-owater -JI-
reel frmn the irlna, an I are pronari'd to lnr.
nuh tlirm nure. 1UK COM'. I re mi nd l.lnlv
frum our counter. leron linn'' at a illolnnre.
irwho Willi to have the water In Ihfir lioue,
i"n tie upi1l'c wiihSiatogi in tattle and Illite
i.iok in iKiuir, Kg ani barrel, unit nu xei
.iclmular In retard to tlie medicinal Tlrliiei nt
llien nntil water.
Aln a cotnnti-te lln of toilet ullclei. Im
ported ami American ups,
rogether with a Ism axnrlmentof Drugxnt
An ftle:tnl rrcteritive ot Cholera. Typhoid
Ferer. Mnll.'n. 'cikt Kevor. Meei. Lat.
tie l'l'c tnil all ll.-ntml ai.'l uutaglou
ircc. Ill-pill Up 1 1 ptli.ir'l carton, the
op of hich contain perforation, Irom winch
ii tan u tiriimra a. irom a teppcr rmji. -oi.i
hy lltKCHV IlltO.i.
inn retail price is tucenta er (Mcaagn.
(I'rnceeding of the Hoard of Health Offlelal.)
iirpicr iiiiABu rr iI'.lth, rT. L.ou.7ii iy,
mil. ine r.mueiii iin i-k-ih n - .late uiai rie nr
iiif'l. In tin i-Pr ho.pitHl, the curlxiiic rtrhl
n ailer and rind it the bvi ol. nfrctant and
dr.tinyrr Of hinia, ahta, colkroa.hr Ac, ll
hlcl. he lm knowlidue, Vi ur ci'inmitiie re
cnrnmtnd. the puruhaxe of thl poauer for use
III ll U.'ipilKM. 9
I Cleik lloanl nl Hiatlh.
We are now in receipt if a fieih stock i.f
HOOT AU MIUi: fS'lUMC.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Comnicrciul A.vo., mar Atbtncum.
Keep on hand a good a.roitment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' und Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds.
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Exasii.sk.
They are alo prepared tn .tipply Ladle nno
Gentlemen with he HEir UK bliOi' W OliK, ut
gure thatnefv coini.oilih.n..
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
KOUEKT WOOU. TII03. lltlOT
ROBERT AVOOD A CO.
1,134 Itldgo Avenue, I'hlUilelp'iU, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -n.O.VTlNU HtVANrt-
STATUAUT -WATER Id I.I BJ-
-UUOKS- -TUR I I.KS, Ac-
Fur Decorating FuiinUliu..
VEIlANDAIiH, SUM Mllll IIOIISI,
UtISOlM, Ull A I ItS, KETIEKS, Ac.. Ao.
NEW STYLE WIluUnilMUON RAIL1NO loi
Front of llour.e and CViuolcrliH, turn helurc
CAST AM) WIIOL'miT.IIlO.V HAIl.lvrm r...
I'liLllo lliilldlnKa and Hiiuare, Ciuetery Lot,
and Harden Feme, llskoniii, Roof Uresti ijri
etc., in gret irlty of I'aiti rn.
iiiii.i oiAiim. opirni ami straight, ol yariou.
iitiiciiiiniiiiinijirn, ninvini UIICUIlou KIVt'D th
uln-a of work.
LA HI' I'lMTO. for Fiont,r l'i,l,l(,. n,,ll,ll.
jloleW, and City htreili.ul I'laln aud Kiaborair
HI AIILE FJTTINfH.ofCaMand Wroucht-Iron,
of New Improved Hlli, mch aa liny Hacki,
Hlall Division, Manger, lliiriithn HracUeli, Uui.
ter, TrapH. Voiilllmor. Ac,
WIIIK WORK r every deaerlptian. Wire
Guard of Crimped Wire. (Inlv'.i'zrd r I'alnteil,
In Main ur Ornuiiiciiinl I'aitrina, lor r-torn linor
or Wiii'inw, r'actmy nnd Warehoue Window,
Railing for Olllcv. Ilanli, Oniinter Railing,
llalcoiiica, Lawn id Farm fence, p Ae
UATES for entrance t tMnuterie. 1'uhllv
Hquarea a' ii Ueutliiien'a Country tjeats, of fi
Tubing or Wroughi.lrnn, both ainglo wid uoublo.
In elaborate .inn Nlniple dualgua,
DUINK'Nil FOUNTAINri, lor atrect ne. A
Tory lariio atnorlment of doalgna exprely foi
CA'l-lKON URINAL HOXr.9, for publlo park
andcltv ftrrnia. ' 1
uY.A,iiV.ainEr.t.,l,!Si',t .'! "ntennml patttrn
ji I ? J'OaTS, Jockey, Coolie, Bumbo aud
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
)a Fitter' anrj l'lumlr'i material, Woo
cocks, chick Tal,etc.
sun aatar roa
riifta Rrolhtra I'nlcssl ItrytJaaHctfi
Ind Mnrehoii.e, Well A Co'a Automatic Watetl
.ii.iiinn.r iMirun.iT vaire iorieam boiler. I
WINTER'S HLliL'R, CdllMr.hl'IAL-AVKVrjl
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASU'N AVENUE AND WALNUtI
Dr. I). F. Field Info, ma the putllcat he httl
L I V E R 1' STABLE,
tn the ncrthwc.t aide of Tenth street as nttnadl
JI f m StftMen will be fatnlihfd with norm but thtl
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public tay oo accommodated at all hours!
i in' nar ami nigtil wnn aale ta.m.on ihel.UW
Dr. Field ali a tliae ol mil.lln ivtaVna
and will endeavor in merit 11 by fair deBi
.irli Lti.Mim.iln l...t .. ..
GREEN & GILUERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, i
Wilh.m 11 (lilbert, y CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Mile F.GIIkert, J
ITpecia. attention glren to Admuai;,' ad I
orricE cmo levke, rooms 7 and 6 oyih
CITY NATIONAL RANK.
LLEN, MULK.EY & WMELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
r CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
jonn 11. nuney
r.amuri i'.n neei
irpirticular attention paid to river and td.
OFFlfF-Over FlrM NaUonl Rank, Ohio l.etee.
Our: Lxvzx Cairo, III.
nariaa raoMrrLT rutin
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAKOr.aT VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlnleeniti alreelaiait Com
C. O. PA TEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
I', Il K1XKII1D Proprietor
Con. Ohio Levee & Second St.
'ft'R conveyed to and Irrm the fiep-t frre
ll r-. . He9
CLOSE & VINCENT,
I KUEVT. rLAlTEK 1'AHIH. W I
., , gm
Corner Eighth htrecl nod SJhU Lvc,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(rJurcessor to E. B. Utndrica A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancement made
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To any ihrewd man who can do business on tba
quid, I guarantee an Immense fortune, easily,
rapidly and in ptrleot fly. Addre In perftol
cnBdenc, r . ' JAMES FROB J.
wit m RlMkeorcet. Mtw York.
Aro prepared to receive, .tore and forward
freight lu all points anil buy and
tell on commitsioD,
yarDusinsi attended to promptly;
WOOD RITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
HT. LOUIS, HO,
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Olaia
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTInN PAID TOOBUMI
aWf'rdir fro all MrU or th eanaie.