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THE! OAiKO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1872
JOHN It OHKItl.T, Editor and ruMiaher.
.JULY 10, 1872
liaxa or tut Ham llmrmi
).. item, i'T - 10
Una year by currier, in advance 10 00
tino rc.outh by t.iall, - - . 7s
Three mnnih.,..... 11 'A
b x month) . . 4 23
Us Year, i 9 00
TUB DOM.AU WEEKLY 1IULI.KTIN,
John II. Oberlr Co. have reduced inn nib
aeription price, of the Weekly Cairo llulletln In
Oi AViir perrM-urn, making it the cheapest j
rerinMI-he1 in Southern llllnoia.
rre where yon ace Hint while bat
tnt l itip roi I down
And be lhe word nlonir Hits liar,
Oreelrjr nnil lirats Urowii."
of New York ;
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
terms, rccnrdlnir It alike dishonorable
citlior to do.-nnnd wlmt It not right or tub-
mu io wiiki is wrong.
13. For tho nroinntinn nnd success of
theso vital principles, nnd tlio support of
tho candidates nominated by this conven
tion, wo Invito nnd cordlnlly wolcotno tho
co-oporntion of nil pntrlotlo citizens, with
out rcgr.rd to previous political ntniiatlon,
The Erie rnllrondltls announced by
telegraph, will soon hnvo n new prcsl-dent.
Laura Df. Force Gordon has gono to
Baltimore In our opinion, Lnura Is con
siderable of a nuJinnco.
It Is a pity for Judgo Uonr, who la nnx
lous to take Chief Justice Cham's place on
tho Supremo bench, but Mr. Chase's health
is better now than it has been for some
JOR SECRETARY OF fTATE.
for auditor or runi-ic accounts,
DANIEL Oil A It A.
TOR ISTATE TREASURER,
CHARLES .V. LANPHIEE.
TOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
TOR CLERK MTREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK MTREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
We. tho Liberal Republicans of tho
United Stales in Convention assembled ht
Cincinnati, proclaim thn following princi
ples as essential to Just government:
iu:mi ikmien ncuiKu.
1. "Wo recngnizo tho equality of nil
men bvforo tliu law, and liold that it is
tho duty of thu government in its dealings
with the pcoplu to mclo out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
SV U AT E V E I ! N AT 1 0 N A L I T Y, it A C E ,
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
B. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES. .-.MANCIPATION AND EN-
franchisem en r, and to op
pose ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUiiSTlONS SETTLED 11 Y THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTr.ENTH AMENDMENTS OF
U. Wo demand tho itninoiliatu uud ul
aolutu removal of till disabilitius imposed
on uccount of thu rebellion which was
llnttllv subdued mven yours niro, heliuvini;
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE CO Ml'LETK PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
msuociiATic to Tin: cuiti:.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial futlrage, will guard tho
r I t,lits of nil citizens moru securely man
nny centralized power. Tho pcoplo and
thu public wulfnro requlro llm MJi'llfc.
MAOY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo demand for tho
individual tho largest liberty cousUtunt
with public order, for tho stuto telf-gov-crninent,
and for the nation u return to
tho methods of peace, nnd tho constitu
tional lliniiatloiu of power.
"TltLT. AS 1'ltI.AC'lll.VU."
0. Tho civil mrvlco of tho government
lias becomu n moru Instrument of partisan
tyranny and perianal itinliitioii, and an
rililecl of M'lQcli creed. 1 1 is u scandal
nnd reproach upon freo institutions, nnd
breeds h demorulizution dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
Titi;ni: oHi: a im: m:si si.
0. Wo thereforo reirard n THOROUGH
R2FORM OF THE CIVIL SKRV1CE
(is ono ot tho most preying necOfMtie ot
tlio uour; tliul uouetty, ciipaclty nnd tiuul
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lie employment; that tho oiiiecs of tlio
irovernment ceabo to bo it matter of iirbl
trnry fnvoritirm nnd pntro'iaco, and thnt
public station becomo nguin tlio post of
Donor. Til TIIISEM) IT IS IMPER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT .NO
PRESIDENT SHALL I1ECO.ME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAKIKI'lL'KNTIO.V flllOVl.lt AHIDi:.
7, Wo demand n eystoin of federal tax
ntlcn which shall nt unnccciearily Inter
fere with tho industry of tho people, nnd
whleli shall provldo tlio means necossarv
to pay the expends of tho governinunt,
oconomtcally ndmlnihlered tlio pensions,
tho interest on tin. public debt nnd n mod
crnto nnnual reduction of tho principal
thereof, und recognlzo that there nro In
our midst lionet but lrreeoiicllablo dif
ference of opinion with regard to thu re
spective systems of protection und free
trade. WE REMIT THE D S CUS
HION OF THEM TO THE PEOl'LE
in -in bin cw.MiKK?SIONAL DIS
TRICTS. AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON, WHOLLY
FRKE OF EXECUTIVE INTEltFER
ENCE AND DICTATION
8. Tho public credit inuit bo sacredly
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION In every form nnd L-ulie
siiMj of -rim Tn: mi:tak.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
nliku by tho highest considerations of com
inorclul morality und honest government
A WORD FOil Til K NOI.DIl.u llYN.
10. Wo remember with gratitude tho
sacrifices of llm soldiers and tailors of the
republic, and no act of ours slinll ever
detract from their Justly earned luino, or
tho lull rewards of their patrioiltm.
A VAUNT, I.AXIS IIOIIUIUtN I
11. "Wo ara opposed to nil further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
THE. PUBLIC OOMAIN SHOULD HE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
TLERS. IJBKHAIi roilElUN I'OI.II'Y.
12. We hold that it is the duty of tho
jtOYarntnont In Its Intoreourso with foreign
M(iM to cultivato friendships of ptaco
't trtAttaf with all on fair and equal
A mother member of the Grant family
has left th country for Europe. How
sad lithe pcoplo should givo tho greatest
general of tho nee a chnnco to follow his
, Catacazt, It Is said, is about to send to
tho United Slates a book, written by him
self, with soma ugly things in it nbout
Grant. Wo hopo Cutacazy won't. Grant
is unpopular enongli now in his o
country it Is n pity to import nny u
pleasant reports about him.
Tub telegrams regarding tho wherca
bouts nnd surroundings of Miss Nellio
Grant In Europe, nre very soothing to tho
public. Tho Important information that
sho is "staying quietly In" ono place, nnd
"receives few viltors" in another, etc., nl-
Inyg public anxiety In regard to the young
lady's movements Immensely.
Gen. HowAni), thofrcedman's benurenu
humbug, who scemj to boa sort of pen
sioner on tho government, nnd who has
ust returned from n fruitless mission to
tho Arizona Indians, is to bo sent on nn-
other, considerably llko It, to Now Mexico.
This way of spending tho peoplo's money
Is not nltogothcr ncccptnblo to tho tax
payer, but let tho Grunt administration
mako hay whllo tho sun shines. Its op
portunities are getting restricted
An Ohio Judgo distributed his money
among ills children, diod poor, and his
wifo is now in the poor houto.
Joslo Jones, a gifted Clnclnnallan, has
started for Xurrupto atudy vocal culture
A rocont Immigrant from Mnino says
"1 would rather bo a hog In Iowa than a
wiilte man down East."
A spring ofwator, resembling In.laslo
tno best soltznr, hat bocn discovered In
Santa Clara county, California.
Tho Dim of a soap bubblo nbout to burst
Is only nbout thrco-fourths of the million
th of an Inch in thickness.
Nearly $1,000,000 n day havobeon spont
for iced drinks In tho metropolis stneo the
first of tho week.
Dotriot furnishes oil tho bricks used on
Lnko Superior, nnd nlso ns many as her
citizens requlro for their hats.
Massachusetts ranks fourth among tho
Stales as a manufacturer of fermented
liquors, but about the thirty-ioventh as a
OF LOVE. SECRET MARRIAGE.
TRAYAL, DESKRTION. DI
VORCE AND REVENGE.
BOMBSHELL FOR WASUNGTON
The deaths from heat in the city ol
Now York within tho lint week hnvo
been so many as to alnrm the luhubitunls
of tho great metropolis Tho mortality of
course is greatest among tho laboring
classes peoplu who must earn thoir daily
bread in tho sweat of thu brow notwith
standing tho fact that tho mercury is up
to rovor heat. Mnny preventives of sun
stroke nro now given to the public. One
of the most simplo nnd efficacious, being
lounded on scientific principles, t, lining
tho hat with two linings ono of green,
and ono of orange-yellow papor. Tho
preventlvo is certainly cheap nnd easily
prepared, nnd well worth brting tried by
persons whoo business necessitates much
exposure to tliu now dnngerou rays of
ta)-it tins been suggested that it is not
Impotsiblo that thu llvo thousand dollar
library which .luilgo Hoar gave Grant for
n pluco in tho cabinet, consists merely of
wooden blocks painted in imitation of
books. If Hoar did play such n trick as
that it would bo rnther nwkward for him,
if Grant should nccldcntuily find it out
one of theso days. Couritr-Juurnal
Tho letters of Richard Cobdon aro to bo
onarles Jlondu is to write n novulotto
lor tlio LlirUtmns number of tho
Tlio centenary of tlio poet Coleridgo
mnrvelotis in imagination nnd vnst in in
tellect is cloio nt hnnd, occurring on tho
i.Btot October, of tho proient year
B. P. Shillnber, tho originator of Damo
Partington and her irroproMlblo son, Iko
has in preparation u new voluino in which
tho vonerublo lady will give, in hur own
Inimltnblo way, somo of her moro recent
reflections on lifunnd airairs.
A Boston correspondent of tho Spring
(1..1.1 i i in ... ...
mvih ..fii,uiiutii hi a recent letter on
book?, iiuthors nnd nrt, has this paragraph
at tho expense of Boston' pot Miignzlno
inero was u tlmo in tho history of tlio
'Atlantic' when it was said bv wnv ol
explaining how eo many dull articles nnd
superfluous verses got into it that tho
"rendor" sorted tho bmhols of manuscript
into threu piles, good, bad nnd indifferent
and then forgot " which wa which."
Mr. Jumes Macu is holdinL' un his
handj in Utah.
Gen. doe Hooker has been ovatod at
Nino mllei of water plpu cost tho Rock
The pay rolU of thu Jubileo orchostrn
last week, amounted to $81,000.
Joaquin Miller netm tlioui,,.,',! ,.i.i
1.... t .. . . .i ... . " h"1"
Hum mo uverlatiJ,' fur
iUo Princess Sultpkolf, who diod re
cently in London, is thu last not.blc Em.
Ian who m been taken oil".
( There h nn old lady In Wlnton, North
Curulliik. who novur heard u fiddle, und of
cour.o, sho Isn't happy,
J. B, Goggle, a St. Louis real estate
dealer, drew the $50,000 gold prlzu in the
In Cincinnati, u call or n communica
tion from a spirit who can write Welsh,
has mot with no ropone.
The gold in the bracelet given to Qi-een
Victorln by thu Burmese Embassy weighs
The Chicago Tribune of July 4 publUh
ed tne Declaration of Independence as a
Greeloy campaign document.
From the Washington Capital.
Some six years since, n young law stu-
ueni ui tin city lull in love with, and
courted a lovely irlrl. who soon ruturncd
his love, and the two been me engaged to
bo married. Tlie young gentleman was
poor, hoAover, mid not yet admitted to
his profession, so that marrying for tho
lime seeeiiied to bo out of tho question.
Ho wus madly in love, howover. nnd ftmr.
ing mai oeioro no coum secure u sutllc unt
competence to justify marrying, bo might
iuau iuu oujeet 01 ins nlluciions, ho pleuuud
With her to huvo n secret niMrrltuV nnd
promijed, that immediutoiy nfter tlio cere
mony tnu suouKi return to her home, nnd
ho would, us usual, co to his bachelor Quar
ters. Alter much persuasion sho consent-
oj, nnu 1110 two wero united in wedlock at
tho church of St. John, in Goorirotown,
by Ruv. .Vr.Tilllnghost,on tho of June,
Tho younir mnn for n whilo was true to
his marrifltru promiso, but bo soon becumo
us importunnto for tho possession of her
person as ho had been for the secret
marriugc. Of course sho yielded, but
they both kept thoir secret, nnd as nrn-
grcts In the luw was very slow, she, at his
suggestion, brought nn influonco to bear
upon thn administration thnt resulted in
an appointment to a Western Territory.
nor social position nnd connectinns wero
suffi'jont to control tho appointment, nod
sho had money enough to provide him
wtiu un outut.
Thu youtur man departed, nnd mndn
quite n successful career for himself in his
new Held ot operations, nnd. writinir re-
gulnrly und returning at intervals, ho as
sured her of his heartfelt uffection and
earnest endeavors to procuro n homo for
her. This sort of thing continued for four
yeurs, whon she telegruphod to meet him
nt Cincinnati. Sho hastened to oboy, and
found her husband in u state of groat ex
citinent. Ho told her thut ho had got in
rolved in sonio moneyed transactions, and
that the choico was presented to him of
olthor marrying 11 very rich woman, who
loved him to distraction, or being sentenc
ed to tlio penitentiary, nnd that hu had
married nnd was no- in hor power. She
could punish him for his dastardlyconduct,
and if sho did that, ho could not complain;
ho added, however, that ho had purled
from tho woman ut tho door of the church,
that ho did not lovo her, and could not
lovo uny ono but his luwlul wife.
Appealed to in this manner, sho could
only ask him what could bo done, sayini:
thut sho wus reudy und willing to shield
lam to thu last. Ho then BUL'irestod a di
vorce, nnd said that ho coulu go to Now
York nnd procuro ono without unv
difficulty. To this sho consented, und tho
two wended their wuy to tlio great com
mercial ccntor, whero ho found a divorce
lawyer, and in three days 11 divorce wus
procured upon testimony manufactured
between tho husband and tho shyster, of
inu mosi ,oxiruorainary cnaracter. Ono
man, lor examplo. by tho liamo of
swore that ho had known tlio plaintiff and
nor nutuanu lur yeurs hi Uownlngsvillu,
Pennsylvania, n plnco tho poor woman had
novur seun. Another witness, culling
himself ,sworo that tho parlies wero
iomi fide residents of Now York, und thut
ho had frequently accompanied tho de-
lenuaiu 111 inguiiy visits 10 nouses of III
lame; thnt on one occasion hu had wuittd
nt such a place for defendant until tired,
and thou went to tho room, knocked at tho
door, nnd being told to come in, lound tho
defendant putting on his clotlios, with u
prostitute undressed in tho room. Upon
this showing, tho divorce was granted, und
.1... ...!..! . j I
tiiu ui'i-iuu wuiuif up us lOHOWSl
"1 hat thu mnrriugo between tho said
planum, , mid tho fnid dolendunt,
, 00 dissolved accordingly. And
tho said parties aru und each of them is
ireu 1 mm tho obligations thereof. And
furMier that it Miall be lawful for tho suid
planum 10 marry again in thu samo man
i.ui us mougu inu said tlelmdant wns
actually dead. But it shall hot bo lawful
tor tno sum uuiemiant to marry again un
til thu Miiil plaintiff bo nctiially dead.
"Kuler, S. Jones, Judge."
1110 poor who returned to her homo
feeling that shu hud done n heroic uct in
shielding tho man sho loved, and sustain
ing uerseii witn mm thought, timo rolled
on, until ono morning sho nwakened to
UIU Klirilinu HICl Hint Sho had )mi nr,,,,!!..
-..,.! ! I l-ii. 1 . . . . 7
rnunucuu. nuv learned thut t in iimn 1..
wnom siio nnu ciunc was about in mnpn.
a f.nshlonublo lady of tho first connection
in thu land. Shu mado innulrv and f.om.l
to her sickening diPgust, thut tho duy was
uctually set ujior. which this infamous
outrage was to bo perpetrated. She
hustened to Now York and nmniirn.i u
certified cony of the decree, intending to
nppear ut tho church on the day ol tho
inutu uinmuKu mm loruiu IUO banns b'
presentiliL' a copy of tho leeul ilimimnm
that shoA-ed that, although separated from
hor, ho was not authorized to marry
Unfortunately, through circumstances
over which sho had no control, sho arrived
too Into. Tlio cruel uct hud been nccom
plishod. A grund woddlnc. cruecd bv thn
jirosunco of niembcrs of thu cabinet and
our most uristocrutio people, hud occurred,
nnd tho papers wero full of irlowii'i? nn.
counts of thu magnillcont ceremony. Our
readers will lucollect tho ovent, und they
will huvo occasion to recur to it again, ns
"t:" ""i" ro uuingiuKcn oy 1110 bulrnycd
wilu s irlonds to bring this wrongdoer to
punishment. Tho wifo Is now satisfied
that thu whole story of tho second mur
r ago was lubricated to docolvo hor, uud
she Is, ol eource, very Indignant.
In addition to nil this, wo learn that
his guy Lothario paid his court la," win
terto oru of our u.ou beautiful and iic
couiplished belle,, w,o,U ai.pearancu in
,ociety always created u dtliter uuwnl
tho guntlemon who BockeJ to hor sido it
bask in thu lunshlno of her n miles, und to
enjoy the brilliancy of her conversation
it was supposed thut tho gentleman, ns he
tnen appeared to be, and this fascinutlnir
lady, whoso family is 0110 of the oldest und
most exclusive in tho country, wero en
gaged, but it teems that while sho enjoyed
his conversational power, sho discouraged
any tender emotions, and thus savod her
self from oceunvine the unpleasant nosl
tion which tho last-mentioned bride now
In a fow day tho fashionable circles of
Washington, and a corlaln lady of tho
Uabinot will al bo at sea in a a uigu iio
of astonishment and oxcltement, i.nd a
certain Territorial officer, now cundidate
for Governor, will bo brought up with a
Cincinnati, July 7. A shocking
tragedy was enacted here this nfternoon,
in which a bov twelve years old named
Frank Scbikk, tho ton of n widow, was
shot and killed by tho Ruv Samuel J.
Browne, an azed local minister of tho
Methodist church. It appears that Mr,
Brown bns been for some tlmo crently an
noyed bv bovt. who In snlto of repeated
remonstrances havo entered his premises
tolako hit fruit and commit other depre
To-day a number of bovt were plnylni:
ball outsido, when the ball was thrown in
to Mr. Browne's yard, and young Shlkk
entered tho premises to recover tho ball,
when the old man fired nt him with slugs,
one or the pieces striking him in tho breast,
Inflicting a wound from which tlio boy
ditd in a fow moments.
Browno was nrrettcd by two officers,
nnd subsequently released on SU,uuu ball
The torriblo affair has created great ex.
citcmcnt in tho neighborhood of the IJrigh
ton house, near which it occurred. A
laruo crowd is assembled to-night in tho
vicinity of Mr. Browno's house, which is
guarded by n detachment of police, nnd
inero is danger iroin ineir temper mai
thev will tnko thn law into their own
hands, should Browno bo found.
It Is a most remarkable case, and ap
pears hard to account for, savu upon tho
presumption that Browno is not In his
right mind. Ho is eighty-six years of
ago, ono of the oldest citizens, and has
been considered hitherto nbovo reproach.
For some timo ho has been childish.
He owns property to tho Btnount of sov-
ernl hundred thousand dollars.
DAN RICE'S WIFK MARINO IT HOT FOR HIM
From will thu Diilmrjiie HitaM, June 20.
it will bo remembered that thu llr.t cir
cus that exhibited in Dubuquu this soasou
wus the Jiuckenstoo company, among
whom was h former rlnu-masler sf Dun
Rice, und nlso Dan's wife, whonppeurs to
have gono over to the Plillistinos out of
choico. Dan Rice's circus wus in Dubuque
on Saturduy lat, nnd from here went lo
McGregor, nnd spread their tents in thai
city on Monday. B.tckenstoe s company
reached 1'rairio Du Chien. on tlio opposite
sido ot tho river, nnd exhibited on the
same day. There is a hostility of feeling
between tho two companies. Tho cages
havo told how much worse than any bub
bling hell is n woman's bale. Dan Ricu's
wife, If reports bo true, is no exception to
tho rule, nnd makes things red-hut and
lively fur her husbund and friends when
ever she has nn opportunity. On Monday
morning, u it said ut her instigation, u
party of men belonging to Backenstoo's
circus crossed the rivur from Prairiodu
Chien to McGrcuor, und ko'iiil- to tho
grounds where Dan Rice's circus was ex
hibiting, picked a auarrel with the men.
und u general fight ensued, in which there
were not less thuu forty men encased on
either sido. For a whilo thero was a scene
of bloody riot thut beggars description,
and would havo ended in loss of life had
not thu authorities of McGreeor interfer
ed and put a Hop to it. Nino of tho men
wero arrested und sent to Jail, and the
others mado good their escape As it wus,
few got off without broken noses, bunged
nnd blackened oyes, and swollen mouths.
ROASTED COFFEE AS A DISINFECTANT.
In theso days nf noxious effluvia, when
deodorizers nro almost as much in request
as hair restorers, any now disenfectant will
be gratefully received. It is therefore
satisfactory to learn from the 'Poena Ob
sorver' that a valuable discovery in this
line has lately been mado in India, where,
if rumor is correct, it must bo doubly wel
come. After numerous experiments with
roasted coffee tho rosult proves that it Is
ono of tho most poworful means, not only
of rendering animal and vegetublo effluvia
innocuous, but of actunlly destroying them.
A room in which meat in nn advanced
stute of decomposition has been kept for
somo timo wus instantly deprived of all
snioll, on an open voflVo roaster being car
ried through it containing n pound of cof
fee newly roasted. In another room tho
effluvium occasioned by tlio clearing out
of a cespool, so that sulphuretted hydro
gen and nmmonln could be clearly detec
ted, was completely removed within half a
minute, on the emplovmentof throo ounces
of fresh coffee. The best mode of using it
ns a disenfectant is to dry tho new bean,
on n moderately heated Iron plato until It
njumes n dark brown hue, when it is ready
WANT K D ,
A QUEER CASE.
-Mr. Georgo Washington Duvnl disap
peared from his homn near Murcatino,
Iown, sixteen year ngn, nnd it wns de
monstrated to thu katlsfaction of his
frionds nnd creditors that ho had been
murdored. Mr. Duvnl recognized tho
body by it, teeth nnd n scar on tho leg, ar.d
men sne wont iirst into hysterics and sub
soquentiy into poetry commi-monitm.
Muscatinn mourned a sonson for Duval,
ano men no wns forgotten, until quite tp
emitly, ho wns dlscovorod In Portlnnd
Oregon, living quietly nnd cosily with his
who who recognizor Ills body by its teeth
nnd thn senr on it leg. Mr. Duval will
bo called on to explain.
$Six and one-half lbs.
Dtirant's A CoiTuo Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar ;
threo and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coftee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXRY'S
Uk-C. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de-
torminpd to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low.
est. Call on him to-dnv and
oxamino goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual-
ty and cost.
A O E N TSI
fenmli, lo Introduce ihs the Ult iiiiimvfI,
muM mmua uJ peiovl WilUTTLK St, INl
MAt'llilNc ever lutmtfd W chllrnn the
woi Id lo compel llli It I'ricii oult tits u., nd
Hilly wurrsM.d for life jmuti, nuking I no
KIiuiio Look mitoii, allfe on bath Me. The
same a Ml Hie blub priced shuttle
njnchlnc. Alo. the rrlthmted nnd
Ulrxl COMMON FAMII.V MKWlNQ MA-
CHINK. I'nco only l J no, nnd fully wnrranted
lor llvo yearn. '1 here machines will tlieh, ht-m,
fell, tliet; quilt, cord, bind, bralil and mbi older
I', a mosi sui.rrior nianntr. inu nrt. nrrnnieii
to do nli ork ihatCHnbeiloneunany hlgh.pnccd
maclvno lu Ih- world. For clrenl-im tnil
alilrmrt. W VNKOOt' A CO., 20M ItaUn av. nne,
nr I'. 0. Uox, iUM I nimutii'NiR, i a. o-jj, jmw
CAIRO CITY COAL
prepared to aupely customer with tbo bent
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS tell at llalllday Urns, otllce, TO OHIO
LKVKK, or at the ( oal lard below the tit.
liarlvi. Hold, will receive prompt atieutlou
J HE 1 UO " HUNTAt'K will pi real along
atrititierii at ur hour
JOHN 13. PIILLIS &, SOU,
tEuccestors to John D. I lillln,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME or ITS ADVANTAGES.
Il cooki nillcklv an.l mnr thArntt..Kt with !
lire than any other way-
Food eOOkA'i the Old WAV lnf.a nn.thlr.l nf 0
wei(ht. -ooked lnthlpam Teasel, It only lo$e
tne elghlh. 'the sarlnm in this way will toon
FOOD CANNOT 11E DUrtNED.
It will BOIL,
ST E W ,
mote per'eclly than any utensil used for either
purpo-c now .11 lire.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Mt .'evced, Lolled or brnllwl In lliii munner
La-n b-tt r liaror, and 1. earner df,;ined than
wna cooked In the old way.
NO TEAR OF IIYHI'EI'HIA.
It make a Brut elnt ok out of a poor one,
and HROnd co.ik lotier than Worn.
ALL WHO THY IT BUY IT I
It la Iheonly ilteiml In U'e that lanarranled
noun HUH.-M KICK I.N C OKINO.underHny cir
cti"'tanca. Aent n ake more n oney ai,i,R
ll.la vessel, than any "rilcle In line, tor eiert In.
Ull'eut houreltetper in the loumry wanta on
ANY ONE -WIMIINO TO UOY ItlQIlTS OR
TERRITORY FOR THE TATENT
can call on or adores
W. J. BURNETT,
-6tfdAw Thornion'a Illock, loth .1., (.airo. Ill
(fiueeesior to 1. Baup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
P-2 Commeiolal Arenue,
ARE UND0U1ITEDLY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE I
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATTSFAfVPTfiv
IN ANY AND.lALI. LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS!
Hrery stovo otlorod is n proof that the
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Hlove made.
SOLD BY EXCELKIOrt MANU'FQ. COMPANY.
Wholesale Dealers in all klnda of TINNEItS'
STOCK j sod by all lire Stove Dealers, like
C. W. HENDERSON,
190 Commercial Avenue,
SIGN OP THE
74 OHIO, LEVEE.
PAINT & 0AIL DEALERS.
We keep a full lock nf Pure tiruas and
Kor the season ; also a lull tine of
And Painters Materlala generally.
Do you wirh to reoeire all tho benclit I run
HsjrSARATOOA, N. Y.,
so- nr.tiv. r.ii'ir w.
Without the xpen-e of a Irlu (o tlio.e re.orl..
Iran apple to in. We reoelto these watera 4.
reel frtn the aprinK., an I are prepared lo lur
tmh ihun pure, ICC COl.ll. FreOi and t.luly
from our counter. I'eioin. Iltlnit at a dlatance,
r who with to hate Ihc water In Iheir honei,
can bo auppll-rl wilhSnaloga In bottle, and blue
Llek in bntilet, k(?a and oarreU. Call and eel
circular In regard to the medicinal rlrluei ot
ttete noted watcia.
Aln a complete Una of toilet articles. Im
ported and American Soap.
r .i , BRUSHES,
Together with a- lartte aortmcnt of Drucslita
An ellectual proeentiv. nt Cholera, Typhoid
Ftier, Miiall.l'oi. rcarl-l Feeer, Mearei. l.al.
tin Hl-eao. and all pe.tl.ential Hi.d unlieloua
dl-eaea. Ill-put up I. pa.tboard canon-, the
lopaof whii'hrontain .-rfomtlon, Irom winch
it cn b irinkled aa frntn a eepcer U.x. -old
', . , HihCLsr itito.
Tho retail price it 25 cents per pi-kKe.
(PrneeedinR. of th Hoard nf Healih-Omela' )
Orpicr llotuu or IIr Ltir. I nn. ml M..
1S71. Ihe realdeut phy-loun- Hate-that h li
med. In Hit city hospital, the cailxoic acid
"W.ler and finds II Ihe bet tlMnfrclnnt nd
de.ttnyer of buii, a. la, cokroa hea c , . I
Mhlct. he ha- knowlt iiut. Vi or rmnmiii.. rn.
commend-the purchae of thl. ponder for Use
.M HID .I'-Biints.
('!0ed It, H. O'RHIEN,
Cleik ilOHrd 01 lUalth.
e ere now In receipt i f a f.tah stock nf
IIOOT AM e.HOK HIOIIE.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
100 Commercial Ave., near Athtncuni.
Keep on hnod a good an.tortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses and Children's Gaitekb nnd
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell ut tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They ore al-o prepared to .upply I.idiea and
ntlemcu Mill, il, u JiU,r OKbitOY WohK.at
lilj that defy coinnoilUon. i."i
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
HOIIEliTWOOU. Til OS. H- IlOOT
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
Itldgo Avenue, I'lilludelp'ila, F-.i,
FOUNTAIN! -KI.OATl Nil Bin va
-STATUAKY- -WATER I.ll.iim..
-IJUCK8- -TURTI.ES, A0-
For Dtcorailng Founulna.
I1II0IU, CHAIRS, BETIEES, 4e Ac
NEW UTYLF. WltuUOIlT-IRON ItAILINO 0I
Vrntil nf llnnrn n.l r ...i.
lntrb..iod. ' mr"e' W W
CAST AND WROUailT-IRO.V IIAII lr:q f
PiiMlo llulldlnKa nnd bnuirVif Cli le'ery lo'0,'
and Garden Feio,, llal. onlei, Hoof Ctoithc '
ctV'!! ,.'i.!r.",.TnrU,y of s'ntU-rriH. ,fc '
claVe of Work ' ,"" 8ren thla
LAMP I'OS'rs, for Fronts or Public llul'dlnga,
LeifllnH.'"' S,re0,,,o, i'li Hua ElnboVS.e
b lAHLE F1TTIN0S, of Ctnnd Wroiiuht-Iron,
Mlall llivialoiiH, ManKora, ilarneea llracketa, Uiu
tere, Tiiips, Vunlilaiore, tir,
Willi: Woillt of every diwrlptlJU. Wire
Ounrda of Crimped Wire, Onlvuulted i r Painted,
in I lain nr Uruaiiienlul Panama, lor Utoro iiuora
pr WitiiinwH, f'aetory and Warenoiino Windows.
WMlliiitri. fnr i tltlAA ll..l.u r.mn... tn.
Halcoiiln, l.awn ,ud l-.irm l-cnct a, ae Ac
v.....-? Tii.inuvo ,u viiioitiriea, i utillu
hquarea d Oentlemen'a Country Heata, of Oaa
In eTC,7Ate an".aln? Vlo dMls!!,. 6 U"U U"U''
DHIMilNU FOUNTAINS, lor street uses A
very lnre assortment of dealna eipre-y for
Hue Dill none. " ,0'
a.,reVl,,NAL U0XE. PUWIO park.
lriYMV.i.E:.I,,''M!'. centennial imtUrn
dlili. ne" vni. ' ' C,)ul", "d
8100 IN ONE XVKV.K
SinDd'.SJ.'i' ln p,""0, .dd'," lo lierfeet
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Dm Filter's and Mumber'a malarial Wnn
pumps, globe and ancle , ,0Wo
cocks, check VaTrea.etc. p
also aoiar roa
rnlta Brothers faletst ,ry Cm ne(t r
Ind Morehouae, Welle A Co'a Aatomatls Wai.
Indicator and Hupply V.lv. for ate.w rKlUr'
WINTER'S RLOCK. COUttKROIAL-AYICVtr
NEW LIVERY STABLE
DETWIIN WASH'S AVMOX AMD WALKOT
I) r. B. F. Fields lafoima the publlo that be has
onoH,.northwo.t ,ld. of Tenth stre. l a. n,,j
HI. Slablea will be furnished with none but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
.,?di.,h,i ub,,? mtJ 0,1 'C0mmodated l all hours
ESI ? TEHMS? U"n'n ,h 'W'
.J'J?,r,d', 'k hae ol public raironaee.
and a III ei.dean.rio mem It by fair deahni Vht
airlctuienuontobu.iLe.a. nnf aoa
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW
William II. Green, , '
M.e.T.ill'o,;:r, CAino' ,lunoih-
tf.mruame.V.'0" ,0 AlJu""r
OFFICE-OHIO LEVEC, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVER
VLLEN, MULKEY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
nrrld,ua,Ur!;..rUen,l0n pl'd ,0
OKFICK-Oter Flr.t.NH0B, Bank. Ohio I.evee.
S A il WILSON,
Oui: Lkv.-.k Cairo, III.
iai.r eaoMetki tlLLm
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETA$J
"""""f AKIKTY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
loruer of Mnrleruih alreel nud Coin.
C O. PATUE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
r, n, nixriiim,
Cor. Ohio Levee A- Second St.
agftaRe conveyed ty and (rem the DepM fr.t
" r'"'- cle. 9
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plaster Paris,
Comer EIKblb htrcet and Ohio we
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Succcsiors to E. to. llendrics A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
IfKS Liberal Advancements made sj
r upou Consignments. aS2f
Are prepared to receive, itore and lorward
frofghta to all points and buy and
sell on comtnisaioo,
EBusiness ai tended uTpwtnptlr;
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIEIIWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
sr. louis, mo,
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Olasa-
of every deaorlpi ion.
PARTICULAR ATrjtMTIolf PAID TO CHURCH-