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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 11, 1872
JOHN 11 OHKKI.T. Editor and Publisher.
July 11, 1872
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FOB r RESIDENT,
of Now Yorli ,
von vick rnr.gtDE.vT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF 1'URLIC ACCOUNT.",
FOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LAN I'll IKK.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
FOR CLERK BUl'REME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK 'SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R, A. D. WILBANKS.
term, regarding It alike, dishonorable
citlior to demand wlmt is not right or sub
mlt to what is wrong.
13. For tho broiuotlon and success of
thoto vital principle!, and the support of
tho candidate! nominated by this conven
lion, wo invite and cordially welcome the
cc-uporatlon of all patriotic citlions, with
out rogr.rd to provloui political affiliation.
Secretary BoutwellIs about to go on
a stumping tour south.
Twenty-eiqut of tho prornlnont pub
lic officials of tho country aro now absent
Dostonianu wcro horrlflod at the
fearful amount oi drtinkonncss sliown
during tho jubilee.
Mrs. Adrauam Lincoln hat presented
to the ttato of Illinois a valuablo oil paint
ing of tho late Col. E. D. Bakor, killed nt
tho battle of Hull's lilull'.
Tue name of Hon. Frank S. Murphy
of Galctburg it suggested at a good ono
to tako lliu place nf Lawrence Weldon,
(resigned), for attorney general on tho re
Mts Josephine Mansfield, "all gold,
jowcls and laco'' appeared at n witness at
StokcV trial on Monday last. Wearing
the gifts of tho dead man, sho lends her
voico to tho effort to savo hit murderer
from puniihmont. Tho spectacle U ono
well calculated to point u moral.
William Cullen Bryant published a
card a day or two ago, respectfully defin
ing h nomination for tho presidency of
the United States, in caw it should be of
fered him from any direction. Mr. Bry
ant was wiso to writo hit letter of declin
ation proviotis to tho closo of tho BaltU
mora convention, as it is altogether proba
bio this will bo the last convention of tho
season for tho purpose of nominating
does not tbon I am misorablo indeed. I
am doing well and will pay all debtt that
tho may contraband supply alt her wantt.
Slio shall llvo away from mo, to the
it in the tamo town. Now to anv ono who
did not know the circumstances as you do
know them, tuts will teem foolish; but
you know I mean what I tay, and I fear
mo consequences oi a roiusai on your part
for her, but it it no uto to montlon that.
You know her at well at I do. Do not
refute me. Think over it. Atk your
heart if you would not bo happier, and I
will bloss your forever.
Awaiting and hoping a favorable reply,
and wishing you well, I am jour erring
friend, Bennett Jones.
AVc, the Liberal Republican! of tho
U nitcd States in Convention assembled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ples as essential to just government:
DEAD lMfcUEM BUKIBD.
1. We recognize tho equality of all
men before the law, nod hold that it is
the duty of tho government in Its dealings
with tho people to meto out EQUAL AN D
iXACT JUSTIUB TO
WU ATE VEll NATIONALITY, RACE,
COLOii OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
a. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES, MANCIPATION AND EN
FKANOHISEMKNT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUr.STIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIKTr.ENTU AMENDMENTS OF
3. Wo demand the immodiato and ab
solute removal of all disabilities imposed
on account of the rebellion which was
dually subdued teven years ugo, Lclioving
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMl'LETK PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO TUE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with Impurtiul auti'rago, will guard the
rights of all citizens mora securely than
. ....II... J - Tl... .w I.. ..ml
the public welfare roqulro tlio Mint.
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. Wo domnnd for tho
Individual the lurgest liberty consittoiit
with public order, for tho stuto self-government,
and for tho nation a return to
tbo methods of ponco und the constitu
tional limitations or powor.
"TRUE AN PRKtt'lIINU-"
5. Tho civil service of tlio government
hot becomo n mero instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal amblticn, Mid an
object of feeltlrh greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon frco institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tho
perpetuity of republican government.
THEREFORE A WINE DEMAND.
0. Wo theroforu regard a THOROUGH
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE
at ono ol the most pressing nccctsitics of
the hour; that honesty, capacity und fidel
ity constitute tho only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tho office of tho
government ceaso to bo n matter of arbi
trary favoritism and patronaeo, and that
Sublic station become again tho post of
onor. TO THIS END IT IS IM PER-
ATIVELx REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAMIt'' tkVKBTION SJHOVED AMIDE.
7. We demand n system of federal tax
ation which shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the industry of tho people, and
which shall provide tho means necessary
to pay tho expenses of the government,
economically administered tho pensions,
the interest on the public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction of the principal
thereof, and rccognlzo that there are in
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dif
ference of opinion with regard to tho re
spective systems of protection and free
trade. WE REMIT THE D'BOUS
BION OF THEM TO THE VPni'iP-
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICT8, AND THE DECISION OF
uunwtiMS TUbitfiOK. WHOLLY
FREE OF EXECUTIVE INTEKFER.
KNCE AND DICTATION
6. Tbo public crodit must bo tacredlv
maintained, and wo DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION in ovcry form and guise.
MINU r TIIK TRUE METAL.
v. A BFKKDY RETURN TO
Si-tuns iA l aiENTa It demanded
alike by the highest considerations of com
mercial morality and honest government
A WORD FOR TUB NOEDIER DlSYN.
10. We remember with gratitude the
sacrifices of tho toldiert and sailors of tho
republic, and no act of ourt shall evor
detract from their Justly earned fame, or
the lull rewards of their patriotism.
AVAVXT.LANB HOBBEHM t
M.'n !r?.PP10,wl to f rther grantt
?S&.8A0UED ACTUAL SET3-
I IBERAE rOREIUK POLICY.
13. We bold that It I. the duty of the
jftvernment In lu Intercourse with foreign
BoUoM .to cult Tat, friendship, of neaM
K y ttUlg with all on WrPand Sual
Sap A Fort Wayne man who has In
vented a now recipo for cleaning clothes,
parades it on his advertisements under the
standing head of "Every mnn his own
THE SWEET propositions or n. JONES,
LATELY DECEASED, TO DR. DAMEKON
ON MATRIMONIAL COMPLICATIONS.
.From Iho Memphis Appeal, July 2.1
Tlio following lotler was part of the
testimony in tho Dxtncron case, which
was triod in our Criminal Court, and fin
ished yesterday by tno acquittal of Dr.
Damcron on thochargo of murder, in hav
ing shot B. Jones at tlio cornur of Second
and Monroo streets in the spring. It is
tho most consummate piece of cool imqu
denco that was over brought into n court
of justice Nothing can equal tho cool
ness with which ho (Jonos) talks to Dam
oron about giving up his wifn. At the
samo time it reveals glimpses of a statn of
society which is, to say tlio Ica6t, danger
ous in tho extreme. A disregard of tho
sanctity of tho marriago tie may bo con
sidered tlio strongest proof of a decaying
J.cusoa, Mi-s., March 20, 1872.
Dear Sin: I wroto yuu a lottor tho
other day, through Magglo, finding fault
with you for telling her things that Lyons
and others had told you about mo. I now
writo to you for an entirely different
purposes ;and any thing I may say in
lioro tli al mnv L-riito aifulnst vnur feelings.
or that vou think I oucht not to say, take
it as an error of tho head and not of tho
TO UK TAKEN ON ICE.
Maggio loves mo. That you krow ; and
instead of our separation connuorinc this
passion, it only inflames it; and to-day wo
lovo cacti other more, and no matter what
else may bappon, it will novor lesson, but
continue growing in strength.
AND YET I AM NOT HAPPY.
You know you aro not happy that it
is a word not in your vocabulary you
have ever been jealous and distrustful, and
must have known that Maggia did not
lovo you ; at least if you could not 6ne it
others could. I wish to do nothings
wrong. Godknows I havo donu enough
of that; but I havo never wronged a per
son, and if 1 havo wronged you in loving
Maggie, then I am truly sorry, but you
know yourself it was n'lovu tl'iat neither
of us sottcht, but wo could no mora con
trol oursolvos than wo could control tho
mnuntuin streams. I am guilty of no vico.
Maggie knows, much hotter than you, nil
iny fallings, hut still tdia loves mo. All
tli nt Lyons and Holmes, tl id omne genua,
should siiv of mo will not alter hrr lovo or
mino. Now, sir, these uro plain facts
that must bo patent to you as thoy aro
known to mytelf.
NOW FOR TIIK PROPOSITION.
I am willing to wait years for hor.
Such u lovo as shu bears lor mo is not
found ovcry day, year or century. You
may think I am mistaken; well, if I am,
lot tho fault rest with me. Would you,
tliroUL'h f)lllslllltH. rpiidnr two ri.nlnri.a
unhappy? I know you would not, you
have sliown your gonernsity too often for
mo to believe that.
I WANT M AGO IK WITH MK
In tlio samo town, or near me. where I
can seo hor often. In tlio eye of legality
.iiaggio u your who; in ine sigtit oi Uuti
she is mine. You may think mo sacrilegi
ous, but my intentions uro pure, no help
me Ova. l ou asked me to take Mauirio
when I was thoro. You know tho reason
1 did not do it ; besides, you were angry
with her, when ono that loved her
cuuld do any thing with her when you
said Now, aro you ready for tho proposi
tion ? Ltt Maggie come to me.
IN 1IU0KEN DOSES.
You know her. You know that she
has attempted her llfu lour tlmes-twice
since I havo known hor; and had you
rather an unprepared soul should thus tor
ribly meet its God, and both lose her,
than that one should nain hor? 1 will
treat her as I would a ilter until such
timo ns tho law will decido wo are both
freo; and you know yourself that you
will bo happier without than with her. 1
will take good caro of her; and will regis
ter a solemn oath bofuro Heaven that 1
will never desert her, no matter what tho
THROUGH TWO STRAWS.
You know Maggio is willful and head
strong about mutters, and I certainly do
not see what you can gain by rendering
her miserable becauro you are unhappy.
I will love her forever at I do now, and I
will not be satisfied until that love it con
summated. But, on tho other hand, if tho
doet not wish this, as she hat repeatedly
told mo sho doet wish It, I will forovor
and forever reloane tho claims of love, and
become a miserable wanderer, us I havo
been tho better days of my life,
TUE WOUKI.N'OS or A FUUE CONSCIENCE.
O. t, I pray you to agree to this. Ask
Maggie if she does not with it. If she
A SPAN OF HORSES, A CARRIAOE AND A
SERVICE OF SILVER FLATE THANK
(New York Sun WMlilngtin Letter.
Some munths since 1 gave an item of
nows concerning the intimato relations
which existed between Gen. Grant and
Senor'M. Romero, lato "Minister from the
United Mexican States to the United
States or North America." Their in
timacy began as far back as the spring of
lBOS, when tho Mexican Government was
making desperate efforts to obtain as
sistance from tbo Government as well as
well as the people of tlio United States.
It continued until tho departure of Mr.
Komoro to Mexico, alTd tbero are excellent
reasons for believing that it is yet maintain
ed, for Mr. Komoro pursuos the proper
course to retain tbo confidence and esteem
of our present taking President.
That Romero had great influenco with
Grant while ho was General of all our
armies wo need no better proof than the
tallowing extract from case No. CJU before
the united American Mexican Commission,
entitled Herman Strum vs. The Republic
of Mexico. On pace 'H, under bead of
"Memorandum of an interviow with Mr.
Komoro and Gen. Grant on the Oth of July.
1860, at tho city of Washington," we find
Strum writes at follows:
Culled al headquarters at 1 p. u precisely.
Mr. Romero was detained sometime. On
hit arrival wo taw Gen. Grant, who laid be
would gut ut an order from the Treasury
Department to clear the goods from New
York, and would also give mo a letter to
Gen. Sheridan. So I shall have no trouble
On tho same page wo find the following
lotter from Secretary MvCullocb, which
shows that Grant was prompt to keep his
promises with Romero:
Wabhinoton, July 10, I860.
Sir Your letter of this da to received, re
questing permission to snip irom xsew
York to 'Brownsville, Texas, in transitu
for a foreign market, certain ordnance
stores, as specified in an invoice inclosed
In reply you aro respectfully informed
that the matter has been duly considered,
and in accordance with tho determination
arrived at on the subject, you aro hereby
permitted to ship the said articles as re
quested by you, of which permission the
Collector at New York has boon duly not
ified. I am very respectfully,
Signed ii. Mcculloch,
Secretary of the Treasury.
U. Strum, Esq., care ol W. U. Gilson, Esq ,
04 Cortlandt street' Now York-
I also stated in a former lotter that Son
or M. Romero, on taking hit departure
froui this country, presented Mrs. Gen.
Grant with his magnificent tervico of sil
ver plate. This, however, was not tho
only substantial lavor which camo from
tbebands of the munificent Mexican. He
also owned a tplondid pair of horses and
an elegant carriage, with all tho equip
ments. Thcso tbo departing Minister pre
sented to Grant bimielr, and they were
thankfully accepted. Theto horses, to
gether with their costly trappings and tbo
carriage, wero kept for a long timo with
tho president's stud in this city, and wero
on more than ono occasion used by him.
Wben tho first cry was raised abuut his
" gift enterprises, " tho horses wero ship
ped off to his Missouri farm, whero they
remain to this day. The carriage was tra
ded off to a livory stable man in this
But this is not tho whole story. A son
of Senor Romoro married into a Wash
ington family, and visits aro not unfrc-
ouently paid by some member of the
itomero trioe to Washington, wnonevcr
these visits aro made, costly presents aro
brought from Mexico and find their way
tho the White House.
There it, of course, an object in this mu
nitlcence on tho part of the Mexican
grandeo. I am not prepared to stato ex
actly what it is, but it is a well-known
lact that thoro havo been, and still urc,
tonio queor doings on tho Rio Grande,
which havo given riso to considorabio
scandal. It has always been a mutter of
wonderment to many people why an end
was not put to these disreputable practices
on our Muxican froticr by tbo strong arm
of the government. It it not lair infer
ence to draw from tho fuels stated, that
these munificent gifts have not been with
out un object, and also that they havo bad
inouosirou euect i
FOR THIRTY-SIX HOURS.
In 1852 William R. King was eleel
Vice-President of tho United States,
a president not mentioned in history.
tho ticket with Franklin Pierce. Tho
death of Mr. King made David R. Atchin
soi), Missouri, temporary President of tho
Senate, and to ull intents and purposes he
was Vico President of tbo United States
during tlio remainder of Pierco's term. A
newspapor man called on Mr. Alchinson
tlio other day, and after some conversation,
You were Presldont of tho United
States for about thirty-six hours, wero you
Mr. Alchinson replied Yes. You see
Mr. i'lerco s term expired at midnight
Saturday, and this being a Christian coun
try, of course nothing was donu on Sun
duy. Mr. Buchanan was inaugurated at
noon ou Monday, Therefore, as Presi
dent of the Senate, I succeeded to the
l'resldency whon Air. fierce s term was
out. Laughter.1 But I had no realiza
tion of my high position until about 8
o clock Sunday morning. Wo had been
hard ut work that day in the Senate fin
ishing up business, and luving lost much
sleep, 1 would probably havo slept all
uay nuu i noi ooen waKonea uy some por
tonal friends, who camo in to congratu
lato tno and securo positions for certain
parties. In order to do ovory thing in
proper style, I appointed a full Cabinet;
and then, It was said my administration
was the most successful und popular one
over known, thoro not bolng a removal or
appointment during tbo whole term.
MISS MANSFIELD AT STOKES1 TRIAL.
Mis. Mansflold sat with a fan in ono
hand and a smolling bottlo In tbo other,
listening to tho evidence Wben Stokes
entered the court lu the morning bo bowed
and sho returned tho salutation; then,
turning to Miss Williams she ronurked,
"Poor fellow, how grey ho is." She wore
a largo goia cross on nor urcast and heavv
gold bracelets on her arms. She was afl
gold, jowelet and lace. Tho jury sat im
movable, loaning foward, with oyot on
tho prisoner whilo be told his story, and
during the examination, the court room
wat packed to tho doors
Aflr recett Jotie stood up, and followed
by hor companion, sailed out of the room
with the air of grand the duchess of Gerol-stein.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMMItMIOI AMD rOBWAHDIWO.
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING MERC ANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, ORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
BloO Love. CAIRO, ILLINOIS!.
t. D. MATHUSS.. E. 0 .UHL
MATHU8S & UHL,
Commissi on Merc Hants
IIAY AND WESTERN PKODUCi
XO. at OHIO LEVEE.
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY 1
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Xj. X). BUTE'S
UCth Regular Monthly
To h dnwo Mooday, August Mh, UK,
Two Grand Capitals or
$5,000 In Greenbacks I
Two Prizes $1,000 5
Fivo Prizes 600
Ten Prizes 100
One Family Carris and Mitched Iloret, will,
Hllrei -Mounted Harness, worth 11,600.
One Horse and Buggy wlih Mlver-Mounted Har
nett,, worth M rath.
One fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth I WO.
Five family aewinti machines, worth f 100 each.
7S0j(oliland ailrer leter hunting wat-he, worth
from 120 tolJuOeach. Ladi-a guld leotlnechaldn,
geat'agol reft chains, aulld and double rlaieil
ailter tabic and teaspoona photograph albums,
Jewelry, etc ,eto.
V. hole number of gllia. 8.000. Tickets limited to
Aenta wanted to sell ticketa to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
Mcgie tickets one dollar six ticketa Ave dot
lara; twelve ilcketa, ten dollars; twenty-fire
circulars containing a full list of prises, a de
scription of the M anner ol drawing, and other
information in refeience to the distribution, will
be sent to any one orderin; chem. All letters
m""t be addressed to L. D. bINE, Ilox, 86,
ir,,!'.h . Cincinnati, O.
ltd West Sih rt. nov-wtdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Clash G, to be Drawn July 31, 1872.
6,680 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Priieof. Ijo.ooo
1 " or. 13 V
1 " of lo.euo
1 " of 7.MJU
4 " of......... f.,i;
" ol 2 6UO
20 " of. 1,000
20 " of 600
40 " of MO
Tickots $10; Half
00 rrltetof. 100
" of. l.ouo
o or 600
" of 300
9 " of. 2J0
3 of. 2"0
SB ' of 160
ISO ' of. KO
ton " of. 10
Tickets. $5: Quarter
rickets, $2 oo.
Our lotteries aro chartered by the Btate, are
alwaya drawn at the time named, and all draw
ings are under the supcniaioa nf sworn torn
mlmlonera. The offlnlal drawing will l.o puMlahed In the
ft. Loul paium and a ropy Heut to purchaers
Wowill drnw aalmllar scheme thu lat day of
erry ihuuki uurmg win yetir ion.
Remit nl nnr rl-k liv itniuoffirn inniiAv af.Iap
reg'stcrod letter, draft or expres Hcnd fur cir
cular. Addrexs, JIUKKAY, MIl.I.KKi CO..
ri. l.otu, mo.
r. O. box 2140.
tJCgSix and one-half lbs.
Duranf s A Cofleo Sugar for
One Dollar; Seven lbs. Now
Orleans Sugar forOno Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
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 he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
oxamino goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
WANTED, A GENTS I
flOOtolUO per month, everywhere, main and
fooiale, to Introduce tho the latril unproved,
moat simp.e and eie't 8IIUTTI.K Hr.it IM
MACUINr; erer Invented. M rlillnt the
woild lo compete with II. l'nce only lis o?, and
luuy warranivu lur iito years, making iop
Elnatia lrk Hillcli, alike n built ldc. Tho
same as all. the hint. priced shuttle
machines. Also. the eeleSrnlril and
lateal COMMON SEN'S PA Ml I HEWING MA
CHINE, l'nce only 111 W, m i t 'iy warriuttd
lur five years. 1ne. tnaelilu wiiutuvh, hvm,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, Mod, brold and Miibioider
! a moat superior mauorr. Audaie kairuitea
to do all work Ihat can be Uoue en any high-priced
mach'ne In lh urld. KvrclreUan ud term
address H. W YNKOOP A CO.,2i KkU avaue,
or V. O. BOX.2W0 Ihiladelphla, ta. p-'iJ, 3uiw
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply euatumtr with the best
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OKDKKS tell at llalllday Ilros. oihce, M ulllC
LEVEK, or at the I val Tard below Hit-tit.
narlea Hotel, will rectlve prompt attention
'XHE1UO 'MONTAllK,, willuriog coal alorg
steamer at any hour. t:Uti
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Huccessors to John B. Hilllir.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TKNTI1-ST. and OHIO LEV I.
I'AIIIO, I M.S.
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
SOME Or ITn ADVANTAGES.
It cooks quickly and more thoroughly with teat
fire than any other way.
Food uookeii the old way loan ot.e-thlrd of ita
weight, cooked Inthiasttam veaarl, Itonly loea
ne eighth, lhe aavings in this way will onu
pay Its cost.
VOOD CANNOT RE IIUI'.NUi.
It will BOIL,
more porta-tly than any utensil uacd fur either
purpose now in ure.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Mat stewed, boiled or hrniled lu tliU manner
I a a belt, r flavor, and la easier dlgcted than
whs a cooked In the old way.
NO FEAR Or DYSPEPSIA.
It make aflmt ola Cook out of n poor one,
and agond couk better than before,
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It la the only utenil in ue that la warranted
not to HURn KICK IN C 'OKING, under any cir
cumatance. Agents make more money telling
iLla vessel, than any article In use, tor every In
telligent houekeeper in the country wants one
ANY ONE WIMIINO TO BUY RIOI1T8 OR
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or adtircaa
W. J. BURNETT,
5-Jtfdiw Thornton's iltock, loth Cairo, III
(Successor to P. Kaup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
Itri Commeicial Avenue,
SIGN OF THE"
74 OHIO. LEVEE,
Wholesale nd Retail (
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock f Pure Drugs and
. or the season i alao a lull line of
Aud Painters Material generallj.
ARE UNDOUBTEDLY THE
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE;i
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANY AND ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS I
Every atova ollered is a prool that the
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking Htovo made.
SOLD BY EXCELSIOR MANU'EQ. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers id all kinds of TlNKKim'
STOCK and by all live Blovs Dealers, like
0. W. HENDERSON,
1W Commercial Avenue,
Da (u wlah lo receive all the bentflt Ircm
jsSrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
l&T BLUE LICK, Ky.
Without the expoii-eof a trln to thn-e reanrta.
If ao npplv to ua. Wt rwi'ho theac watura il
rect frm the tirlng., an I are p'epared to lur
nmh them pure, ICB COI.D, Ireali and I.lttly
fmm our enunter. Pereon living ntadiatance,
nr who wish to have the water in their lotiea,
can bn aiippllnl wlih Saratoga in bottle ami Blue
Lick In bnlllea, k-g and oarrela. Call and get
aeirfliilar In regard to the medicinal virtuta ol
there noted waters.
Al a completn lint ol toilet article, iui
pxrtod and AniertranSuapa,
fng'ther With a large aoritnent of Druggiata
An eflectual preventive ol Cholera, Typhoid
Fever, email-t'ox, Scarlet Hever, MeaaeU, Cat
tle Ill-ease, and all pestilential and contagious
dli-eatea. It in put up In pastboard carton", the
lopa of which contain prforatlona, Irom which
it can be tprinVtod a from a pepper box. nold
by BARCLAY MUM.
The retail price is 23 renta per package,
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health Official.)
Orrica Uuaao or Hxlvh, x. l.ocis,12d May,
1671. The realdent phy.iclaua atatea thathe h
used, in the riiy hoapital, the carlioiic acid
powder and find it the best ,IMnf,-clant and
detrnyer of buna, ai.ta, coikroa-'he Ac, ol
which he ha knowUdso. Tour cnmmittee re
commend the purchaao of this powder for use
in tho hoapltal.
(Slgned, It. H.O'UKinN,
Clerk Hoard ol Health.
Wesrenow In receipt i fa ficsh stock uf
BOOT AM) bllUE H1UUE.
HARDY & GREEN WOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, n:ar Atheneum.
Keep on hand a good aitortmcnt of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES.
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkrs and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are alo prepared to upply Ldieand
Gentlemen llh the HK,r OP bllU,' MUKK.at
gurej that dilv comueiltloii. s.2ij
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
KODKUT WOOD. THO. H- IttloT
ROBERT WOOD &. CO.
I,I3 Itldge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-FOUNTAIN!- -FI.OATlNU 8WANS-
STATUAIIT -WATER I.ILIta
DUCKS -TUIITI.ES, 4c-
Pnr Dccoruliug Knuntalna.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER IIOllSEa,
tHBORS, CHAIRS, BETIEEH, Ac., iu.
NEW STYLE WROUallT-IRON 1UILINO for
Introduced "C i,"i C"",,lerlt'" KeVer helore
H iii Onrcieu sVencPp, Hnkonies, Koof CrMtij!
lit., til uruul torli.lu t.t 49 I
M ilMlwra(for FronUuf I'uMIq Dulldlnjci,
liutt-Isv, ami City Htreeu, ol I'ulu unaEliLloritf
U I ' A lif t.1 L'fnerl pV'.I id. . . w
of New Improved Htyu, uch a liny Itck,
Slnlt IllVlisW.lts. Mut...a. 11...... U.u..l,u lint!
m''iwii"i unuivin, IttstlllVaB Al I SVS v tV UHi'
tllpM Trti lid V....lil.lr..u .
1 ''a, viiiiixiui d. at.i;i
IV1KF. WIWk' t n.-UFU .Iss.splnil ill U'tr
GuanlM of CrimpeU Wirf.Oalvu'.iiteJ iri'alntrd.
In t lulu or Orumnenial Faiifrns. (or titnre Poors
or WiuuowH, Kuctory fttnl Wurettouie Winduwi.
ItuMisiUB fnf lltntna. ('iiitiiuf Pulli..u'
iiaicohien. lvto ntj Ymu tcuQt n, An,, At? '
mi i w.7 iui niiinuLD u ' ira mi
Kiitiure.i a ii Oentlt-iupn'd Country Hcntn. of Ot
uiJiiJK ui v tJM(jllniu. tvu(l ritsiu huh UUUUlC
lii t-Uborftte ano nlmiile dtnli;uH,
IllllrVlIMn rH'ilTrVTA I Vkl it.m .
-, si wwtispti is ntii'c. liars, A
very lurt nHsortment of denlDs vxprekly for
Ihttl ttllitnuas "
CAl-lKON URINAIj I10XE3, for public parks
and city atreeis,
.V.Al,y.iHE,, ' tles, centennial pattern.
Ill'lt IIINfl P.WTU 1J.l.nv lnll.. tl,...'.,.., ..)
dlalu designs. '
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To Anv ihrpuril man uhu can do bUUDff 00
nnltal. I on i u punt A, an Immtnii fnrlUQOa ftMllTa
apldl and Id pcrieet safely AHdreas Jnpfrff
. "i1.?? VKSk
,-XT Wa iv oiaii m,
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
s Atsa ta
fla. Fitter's and 1'ltimbfr', material, Woo
pumps, globe ami angle valve, slop
oocka, check valrea.slc. r
Also aoskt roa
rutu llrulbera fnlent iis-jr Umm UmU r
And Storehouse, Wells A Co'a Automatle WaUt
ludloator and Supply Valve for steam bollara.
WINTER' RLOCK. COMMEkCIAIATRNV
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WAIH'K ATXMDI AK0 WAtXOT
Dr. B. f. Fields lafoiras the publlo that he ha
L I V E R i' STABLE,
above8 not"'we1 ,1 ' T,B,h t as aasatvl
His Stables wilt be furnished with none bat th,
AND GOOD VEHICLES,
and the public may oe aecoawiodaud at alt hours
EST TEIIJIS ""h B1.0W.
m'IJl "k shae ol publlo patronage,
and will endeavorio merit it by fair dialing and
GREEN 4 GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlaru Jl.Oreen. i
l.,'e.'r. "ilt'e'ri:"' CA'"0' UXifOU.
t?ar.rusmeV.,.,o"''o ,o Admu'
orricg ouio levke, rooms 7 asto over
CITY NATIONAL BARE.
LLEN, MULKKY & WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
im J. Alln, ")
"p"v?LkAJ;J CA,K0 u-LWom-
William J. All.n,
0FFP-Over PlratNaTionsI Bank, Ohio Levee.
Bo-tvrr S70BB8 I
n K 0 U ERIE.
r ISIONS ETC.
Ohh Levje Cairo, lu.
oairaa ranMeitt rtttan
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROLiT VARIETY STOCK IN THEITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner or Nineteenth direct stsssl Cotss.
c. o. PATEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
r. Di HExroiD Proprietor
Cob. Ohio Levee & Second St.
sggsge coneied to and from th, Deprt frsc
" "" decs
CLOSE k VINCENT,
EEALEES I3ST LIM2J
Cement, Plaster Farii,
Corner Elgbtb Ntreet assd Ohio Levee
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hucceioors to E. I). Hcodrioas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
vjVS Liberal Advancements made aSft
wi upon Conslgniueats. eSV
Are prepared to receive, tor, and lorward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on coramlaaico,
MrUualncHi attended to promptly.
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE.
ST. LOUIS, 110.
Stained, Euameled, Embossed aud ground Glut
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TOCHUEOH
WORK. T Orders from sll parts of the count
raptlr slindd le, 6-n dAw ta