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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY JULY 13, 1872
JOHN It OriKHLT, F-dllorand Publisher.
July 13, 1872
Taeas or tin Daitv llitittixi
Ot. week, by crrler."
One tear by carrier, in advance . 10 00
i ins month by Mall........... ........
Three months .; f
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THE DOLLAR WISELY BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly A Co. nave reduced the iub
seriptton prir of the Wee kly Clro Bulletin lo
On IMfcir per wwutn. mkln tt the cheapest pa
Vreea where yon eee that white hat
hint. . .
Until the fee U down t .
And hr the word along the line,
Ureoler Mratn Brown."
of Now York ;
TOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GrRATZ BROWN,
term I, regarding It alike dishonorable
cither to demand what it not right or sub
mit to wnai is wrong.
13. For tho cromotlon and success of
tlicso vital principles, and tho support of
the candidates nominated by this conven
tion, wo invito and cordially welcome the
co-oporatlon of all patriotic cltlaona, with
out rcgr.rd to previous political affiliation.
I'LYitouTn Church it celebrating
Becchers' silver wedding by a four days'
The woman suffragists have determ
ined to work for the Philadelphia presi
dential ticket. Prospects grow worse and
worse for Grant and "Wilson.
FOR 6ECKETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
TOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES .V. LAN 111 IER.
rOK ATTORNEY CFXERAL,
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
TOR CLERK 'SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
AVe, the Liberal Republicans of the
United States in Convention assembled at"
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princi
ples as essential to just government:
DEAD 1H.SUKH BCRIKD.
1. "We recognize the equality of all
men beforo tho law, and bold that it is
tbe duty of the government in its dealings
with tbe people to mete out EQUAL AN D
EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL, OF
COLOR OR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OK POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVES TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OF THESE
STATES. (-.MANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
OUr.STIONS SETTLED BY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FlKTr.ENTH AMENDMENTS OF
3. "We demand tbe immediate and ab
solute removal of all disabilities impoiod
on account of the rebellion which whs
tin ally subdued seven years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE CO MP LET K PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DKMOCKATIO TO THE CORE.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard tbe
rictus of all citizens more tecureiv man
1- T"l . , I . - A
any cem-ruuzuu jwwer. iua ywyiv ouu
tbe public welfare require tbe KIT PRE
LACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FREEDOM OF PERSON UNDER
The Peoria 'Democrat' hoists tho
names of Greeloy and Brown as its stand
ard bearers in tho presidential campaign,
and will givo tho ticket n willing and ear
After a long interval wo have ro
ccived an issue of tho Union county
'Press.1 The 'PrciV presents a very cred
itablo appearance, Is a good newspaper,
and wo hope to rccclvo it regularly here
Illinois is tho leading railway ttato of
tbe Union, having now five thousand
nine hundred and four miles. Fenntylva
nia is next with five thousand one hun
dred and thirteen miles, and New
York is third, with four thousand, four
hundred and ninety miles.
It Is a shame, now that Miss No lie
Grant's letter to tbe queen has been pub
lished in every paper in the United States,
to make it known that Miss Grant had
nothing to do with the correspondence.
It was gotten up by a San Francisco edi
Radicals and a few rule-or-ruin demo
crats claim tbat many democrats, dis
pleased with tho nomination of Greeley,
will vote for Grant. Possibly there may
be a fow democrats of this sort to be found
n tho United States, but there are Bono
in this part of tho country. Wo bavo yet
to bear of the democrat who will cast his
vote for Ulyfscs Grant In preference to
Tho Commissioners appointed by the
Governors of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Kent
ucky, "West Virginia, Indiana, and Illi-
nois, on the improvement of tho Ohio
river, are to hold n meeting at tho Board
of Trado rooms in Cincinnati on tho 2Cth
Inst., at 10 o clock a.m. Papers in the
various States interested are requested to
givo circulation to this notice, and tbe
Governors of such States at bavo not
appointed Commissioners should prompt
ly do so and notify their respective
appointees of tho timo and placo of meet
The 'Chicago Times,' whilo it "cannot
'and will not give to Mr. Greeley any
poiitivo- support, will labor
1 with redoubled zeal and vigor, for all
1 form candidates for state offices, and for
' congress." e are glad to hear it. If
the 'Times' will adhere faithfully to this
resolution, it may, perhaps, win back many
of its old, but estranged friends. Tbe
success of tbe liberal ticket in Illinois, is
tbe success of Greeley and Brown in Illi-
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA- I noli also. Let the Times' work lor tbe
BEAS CORPUS. We demand for tbe , TW.l,m,t ,
V. liberty consistent n ' ","
individual tbe Urge
with public order, for tbe state ttlf-gov
eminent, and for tbe nation a return to
tbe methods of pace and tbe constitu
tional limitations of power.
"TRIE AS I'KKACIIIXG."
C. Tbe civil terrice of tbe government
Las become a mere instrument of partisan
tyranny and personal ambition, and an
object of seltb greed. It is a scandal
and reproach upon free institutions, and
breeds a demoralization dangerous to tbe
perpetuity of republican government.
TIIEKCrOKEA WINE DEMASD.
C. We therefore regard a THOROUGH
P.ZFORM OF THE CIVIL SKRV1CE
as one ol tbe most pressing necessities of
tbe hour; tbat honesty, capacitv and fidel
ity comtitut tbe only valid claims to pub
lic employment; that tbe offices of tbe
government cease to be a matter of arbi
trary favoritltm and patronage, and tbat
pub.fc station become again the post of
honor. TO THIS END IT IS IMI'ER
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION.
TAKIH 0.1ESTI05 HIIOVED ASIDE.
7, We demand a system of federal tax
ation wblcb shall not unnecessarily inter
fere with the Industry of tbe peoplo, and
which shall provide the mean necessary
to pay the expenses of the povcrnmeut,
economically administered tbo pensions,
tbe Interest on tbe public debt and a mod
erate annual reduction of tbe principal
thereof, and recognize tbat there are In
our midst bont-st but irreconcilable dif
ferences of opinion with regard to tho re
flective svslems of protection and frco
trade. WE REMIT THE DISCUS
HION OF THEM TO THE PEOPLE
IN TH KIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS
TRICIS. AND THE DECISION OF
CONGRESS THEREON. WHOLLY
FRKEOF EXECUTIVE INTERFER
ENCE AND DICTATION
8. Tho public ci edit must bo sacredly
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE
PUDIATION In every form and guise,
9. A SPEEDY RETURN TO
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded
alike by tne highest considerations of com.
merclal morality and bonest government
A WORD FOB THE HUI.DIEK BUYM
10. Wo remember with gratltudo tho
aacri flees of the soldiers and sailors of tbe
ukii lKn .ml w. atist rt a I . 1 1 . .
rvfuvill.. hum liv Hut u iuii BIJBII VYcr
detract from their Justly earned fame, or
(Be lull rowarus 01 iiieir patriotism.
AVAVKT, LAND KOBBERN I
11. We are opposed to all further grant
of land to railroads or otlior corporations.
THR PUBLIC DOMAIN SHOULD BE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET
K.IBKBAL rOREIUW POI.ICT.
IS, We bold that it it tho duty of tbe
In Iti lnl-miH. .III.
Mffpinfii. in m .m."!!.!)).. -im iuivijjii
U -z"' to cultivate friendships of peace
- , ... i . - -
IffttUltV Wlio sui ou lair aua equal
Is assured, without tbe support of tbe
Times.' It has Iearofd, probably, by late
events, tbat although a very good news
paper, its influence, politically, is not om-nipdiest.
The Ciiicaoo' Times' is sad over the
nomination of Horaco Greeley by the
Baltimore convention. It cannot tup
port bim for the presidency, but kindly
promises to not work in favor of Grant,
and considerately informs tho democracy
that tbe ' Times ' will not attempt to con
trol the vole of anybody" ovory demo
crat must decide for himself what he will
do." Tbe 'Times' is a queer journal.
In tho days when tbe pasivo policy "
was a new thing, tho ' Times ' wat vory
passive. When Cincinnati nominated
Greeley, the ' Times ' annnounced itt in
tention of awaiting tho action of tho Bal
timore convention. Now that tho de
mocracy has nominated Greeley, tho
Times ' is disappointed and withholds all
semblance of tupport from tho candidate
of the democratic party. All of whieh
looks as though tho ' Times ' considered
Itself tho mountain to which tho demo
cratic Mahomet ought certainly to go.
But tho democracy has actod independ
ently of all narrow influences, and tuch
Journals as tho Chicago ' Times ' will
have to accept the situation, albeit with a
very bad grace.
THE NEW POSTAL CODE.
REGULATIONS WITH WHICH EVERYBODY
SHOULD HE ACQUAINTED,
Tho following aro tho new portions of
tbe reviied regulations just issued under
tho new postal code by tbe postmaster
general. Tho portions not given below
uro mere repetition! or existing rocula'
Drop or local letters at letter carrier
offices, for each half ounce or fraction
thereof, prepaid bv nostapo atamm. a
cents. Drop or local letters at other than
letter carrier offices, for each one-half
ounce or fraction thereof, prepaid by pos
tage stamp, 1 cent. ' r
Postal cards, with postago stamps lm
pressed upon them, 1 cent.
Non-By tection 107 of the new pot
tal code, the postmaster general is author
ized and directed to furnish and to Issue
"postal cards'' with postage stamps im
pressed upon thorn, to be transmitted
throunh the mails at ono cent each for
messages, order, notice and othar short
communications: and until such cards are
issued by the department, which will be
done In due time, the law eannot co into
effect, at theroit.no provision allowing of
postal cards, other than tuch at may be
furnished by the department, with ttamps
Impressed upon them.
All domestic letter, dopotited in any
postomce lor mailing, on wnicn tne pot
taee it wholly unpaid, or paid less than
one full rate, at required by law, except
Utters lawfully free and duly certified let
ters of soldiers, saliort and marinet in the
tervlco of the United Slates, shall be sent
by the pottmatters to tho dead letter omce
in Washington. Provided tbat in large
cities and adjacent districts of dense pop
ulation, having two or more postomcet
withlnadistai.ee ofthrco miles of each
other, any letter mailed at one of tuch of-
lice and aauretsea to a locality wuoin me
delivery ol another of tuch offices, which
shall have been inadvertently prepaid at
tho drop or local leltor rale ol postage
ouly, may be forwarded to itt destination
through tho proper omce, charged with
the amount of the deficient postage, to be
collected on delivery.
All letters published at non-dolivcrcd
shall be charged with ono cent additional
to the regular pottage, to bo accounted for
as part of th ejioital revenue.
The compensation for publishing tho
non-delivered letters shall in no case ex
ceed one cnt for each letter to published.
Manuscripts for publication in news-
J tapers, .magazines or periodicals are sub
eel to letter postage.
Tbe following are tho quarterly rates
of postage, when paid quarterly or yearly
in advance, on newspapers and periodicals
issued once a week or more lrequently,
and sent to actual subscribers from a
known office of publication.
Weekly newpapors (one copy only)
sent by the publisher to actual subscrib
ers within the county where printed and
Newspapers and periodicals, not exceed
ing 4 ouueus in weight, sent to any part of
the United Slates weekly, 6 cents ; semi
weekly, 10 cents; tri-weekly, 16 cents;
six limes a week, SO cents; daily 35 cents;
exceeding 4 ounces and not exceeding 8
ounces,lu, 20, 30, (JO and To cents ; exceeding
6 ounces and not exceeding l'J ounces, lb,
30, 40, 90 and 1 00; exceeding li! ounces
and not exceeding 16 ounces, .0, 40 60
$1 20 and $1 40.
The following aro the quarterly rates oi
postage, when paid quarterly or yearly in
advance, on newspapers or periodicals is
suing less freqently than oncu a week, and
sent to actual subscribers from a known
office of publication :
Newspapers, magazines, and other peri
odical publications, not exceed 4 ounces
in weight, sent lo any part of tbo United
Stales aemi-montbly, 0 cents; monthly 3
cents; quarterly, 1 cent; exceeding 4
ounces and not exceeding 8 ounces, 12
cents; u ounces, 2 cents; exceeding 8
ounces and not exceeding li ounces 11
cents, v cents, 3 cents.
Tne rate oi postago on newspapers, ex
cept weeklies, periodicals not exceeding
two ounce in weight, and circulars, when
tbo tame aro deposited in a letter carrier
omce lor delivery by tne omce or us car
riers, thall be uniform at one cent each;
but periodicals weigbing more than two
ounces thall bo subject to a postage of two
cents each, and these ratet thall be prepaid
One cent per ounce thall be charged for
books, ttamplet of metals, ores, minerals
and merchandise prepaid by postage
Packages of woollen, cotton or linen
clotbinK. not exceeding two pounds in
weight, may be tent through the mail to
any non commissioned officer or private
in the army of tbe United States, if pre
paid, at tbe rate of one cent for each ounce,
or fraction thereof, subjected to tuch re
gulation as iho postmaster general may
Free matter will be governed by tbe
old regulations, except to far at tbey may
bo mouinea by tne louowing new para
All publications sent or received by the
amithiooian limiiuiion, marked on each
package, Smithsonian exchange."
Weekly newspapers, one copy to each
actual auotcrioer wumn ine county
where tbe saino is printed and published ;
but carriers shall not be required to dis
tribute such papers unless postage it paid
upon them ai tbe usual rales.
Medals, certificates of thanks, or other
testimonials, which have been or may be
awarded by tbe legislatures of tbe several
stales ar.d territories to tbe soldiers there
of, to be sent by the adjutant genejil of
such stales and territories, under such ref
utations os tbe postmaster generaj may
Free registration of currency sent for
redemption is provided for assollows;
All postmasters are hereby authorized
to register, in the manner proscribed by
law, but without payment of any registra
tion fee, all letters containing fractional or
other currency of the United States, which
suan be by tnem sent by mall to tne
treasurer of tbe United Stats for redemp
tion ; and it shall be the duty ot the post
master at tne city oi wasnington, in the
District of Columbia, to register, in like
manner, without charge, all letters con
taining new currency returned for cur
rency redeemed, which shall be recoived
by him from tbe said treasurer, in sealed
packages, marked with tho word "regis
tered" over tho official signature of tbe
Under this tection, it it tho duty of post
masters to register, without fee, all letters
containing fractional or other currency of
tho United Mules tent to tho treasurer oi
tho United Stutcs for redemption, and de
livered to them for mailing.
There aro fifteen paragraphs more, but
tbey aro mero repetitions of existing regulation!.
leuoni rou yrvKR.
Suvi that walking cyclopedia of health
knowledge, Dr. Hall: When persons aro
levonsn una tnirsty beyona wnai is natur
al, Indicated in sotuo cases by a metallic
taste in the mouth, esneciallv after drink.
ing water, or oy a wnuisn appearaaco of
ino greater part oi tuo suriaco oi mo ton
gue, one of the best "coolers," internal or
external, Is to take a lemon, cut off the top.
: -1-1 i. i t . . . ' I
Ijuiikiu uvcr iv ioiiih iobi augar, working
it downward into tbo lemon with a sDoon.
and then tuck it slow) v. sauoexlnu the
lemon and adding more tugar at tbe acidi
ty incroaiot lrom being brought up from
a lower nolnt.
Invalids with fevorishness may tako
two or tureo lemons a day in this manner,
with tbe most marked benefit manifested
by a senso of coolness, comfort and In-
vigoranon. a lemon or two tnut taken
at '-tea timo," at an entire substitute for
tne ordinary "supper" or summer, would
give many a comfortable nlgbt't sleep,
and an awakening after rest and invigor
atlon, with an appotite for breakfast, to
which they aro strangert who will have
il l r,uP 1' l or upper or "relish" and
"cake' and their borrles or peaches and
BlankinbukoaueadI Wines and Ci
gars I oldest and choicest, at tbo EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposllo the Post Office.
Finest of Liquors, Frco Lunches and mu
tic every day. The great Liberal and
DeraocratlCjGrooly Brown drlnko Weis
Beer, it made a specialty, and Fredpridet
himself upon keeping tbe freshest and
coolest In tho ctiy. Lemonades the cold
est, mixed drink and music the finest.
Go there. 6-27tf
Havk it Alwats at Hand. Accldnnt
will happen In the beat regulated families,
and for tbtt reason among many others,
tbe Mvstaxo Liniment should And a
place In the cupboard of every bousobold
Iu all tho world theroit nothing compara
ble to It at an application for cult, con
tusions, burnt, spasms and scalds, and
when every other preparation that med
ical ingenuity can suggest, has failed to
afford relief in rheumatism, neuralgia,
toro throat, glandular twolllngs, muscular
contractions, crampt, toothache, Ac, thit
antinflammatory and pain-dettroylng ago
Immediately assuages the sufferer's
agony and eventually accomplishes a radi
cal cure. Probably there it not a connoitcur
in hone flesh or an amateur horseman in
tho land who doet not know, cither from
portonal observation or reports tbat tbe
MutTANo Liniment it the supreme rem
edy for all external diseases and injuries of
the horse. 7-10d&wlwcod.
The Arlington Garden, a delightful
placo of retort, it now ready for visitors.
Tents have been spread on tbo groen
tward, a high, close fence surrounds tho
garden, and ladles and gentlomen may
enjoy the finest of ice cream and the cool
est of lemonado, free from the public gaze.
T. B. Ellis, Prop'r.
Wm. Ehlers, at hit shop on Twentieth
street, opposite tho Court Uouto hotel, is
manufacturing boott and shoos, of overy
style and variety, war ran tod to give par-
fecttatitfactioa. He keeps genuine French
calf and givet hit customers all he prom
J. J. Andebson & Co., gas fitters, CI
Ohio Levee, over Lonergan & Cunning
hams, feed store, do all kinds of steam anp
gas fitting cheaper than tho cheapest, and
guarantee perfoct satisfaction in every in
stance. If they do not please they will
not charge. Givo them a trial. Tbey
know their business perfectly. Remember
he place 61, Ohio Le vcc. 6-31
Pat Fitzoekald, of the sample room
has received tbe appointment of agent for
the sale of the Haramondsport. N. Y.. Ur-
bana Wine Company's wines in this city.
If the bottle with which we havo been
favored it a larople of the quality of thtto
wines, tben we are prepared to say that
they are among the best we have ever
tasted. Ho has just received a large con
signment, which he is prepared V sell at
tho lowest figures. He hat also i. nd a
large and complete ttock ot tbo vnri. ut
brandt of Irith, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of every variety.
Wziss beer constantly on hand at the
Thalia saloon. 5-lldtf
T. B. Elllt, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills., is
prepared to accommodate the public with
board by the day, week or month, at lower
ratet than any other fint-clati bouse in
the city. The roomt aro all well fur
nished, light and airy, good tamplo rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The house is located in the cen
ter of the business part of the y within
one square of tbe pott office. 4-9-tf
Having refurnished this well known
and popular- boarding bouse, on Sixth
street, near the post office, the proprie
tress would inform the public tbat fcbe
Is prepared to accommodate the public
with first-class board and well furnished,
well ventilated roomt on the most reason
able terms. Ample preparations have
been made to accommodate an unlimited
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Miu. T. N. Gaffney.
TO HOUSE BUILDERS.
Tbe building of a two-story frame build-
ng in Dongola, Union county, Illinois,
win be let to tbe lowest bidder on Satur-
day, July 13, 1872, between tbe hours o
two and four o'clock. All bids roust bo
sealed, and security will be required on
tbe day of letting tbe contract, for tho
faithful and prompt performance of taid
work. Plant and specifications can be
teen at tbe nation house In Dongola. For
further particular! call on or address J
D. Benton, clerk of the board.
H. HANNES, President,
J. D. Benton, Clerk.
Dongola, Juno 28, 1873.
Heavy Rino, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Genuine "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self sealers,) quarts $2. and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Best W. G. (iron
ttono china) plates and teas, 60 cents per
set. Fine goblets, only 10 cents aplcco.
Other goods in proportion, at
Parsons, Davis & Co.'h,
6-16-tf B and 7 Tenth street.
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vessel saves
nearly half tho fuel and 15 per cent
weight which Is lost in cooking tho old
way. Sold by A. Hulloy C-201m
Go to Wm. Ehler's, on Twentieth
street, for your fine custom mado boots
and shoos. You can't do better. Try
Burnett1! Steam Cooking Vessel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vessel In use, for sale at A. Halley't
Best Weist beer at th? Thalia. 6-2 ltd
C. Hanny wishes tho
public to bo informed that he
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 today and
examine goods and prices. He
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
$100 to 1260 per month, ertrjwhere, male and
femal, to introduce tbe Ihe latest tmrmTnl,
moM imp; and privet HHUTTI.B SKW1NO
MACHINc; rer lurrnt4. Wo challtnin the
world lo compete lih It. Price only lla oj, unci
riillr warrantnl for Ht years, rnakloii tne
Klaalic Lock Hiitcli, alike on bolh allies. The
same a all me nine priced shuttle
machlnss. Also. tkn ctitbralrd and
latent COMMON SENSE r AMII.YMEWINO MA
CHINE. Price only (IS 1W, ami fully warranted
Inrnro years. These machlnia will itlicli, hi m,
fell, luck, quill, corit. bind, bmlil and rmbroidtr
in a moat suiwnor iiimiiifr. aiiii mu wsrritnicii
(odo all work that can Lo clone on an v hlsh'tinccd
mach'ne Iu the wnrld. Kur elrcnUis and terms
address H. WVNKOOP A C0..2UM ltiUi- avenue,
or P. U. Vox, 2726 i'hlladelhla, l'a. o.23, 3mw
CAIKO CITY COAL
(s prepared to supply customer with tho best
, quality of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
rvRDRRS left at llalllday llros. olScr, 70 OHIO
J LEVEK, or at the Coal Tanl below the HI.
harles lintel, will rcc-lte prompt attention.
THE TUO " MONTAl'K " wlllb'iog coal alon
steamers at any hour. ccUif
JOHN B. PIILLIS k SON,
(Successors to John II. f-hlllia,)
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LKVK
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVLRY FAMILY.
SOKE Or ITS ADYAifTAQK..
It cooks quickly and more thoroughly with lets
fire than any other way.
Food cooked Ihe old way loses one-third of Its
weight, cooked In this tUam Teasel, it only loses
me eighth. The sayings in this way will toon
pay Its cost.
FOOD CANNOT 11 E 11UB.VKD.
It will BOIL,
more perfectly than any nlanail used for either
purpose now ,a use.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CIIEAP AND
Meat steweil, toed or broiled in this msnner
ba a bettT flaror, ami is easier digested than
wftnJ cooked In the old way.
NO TEAK Or DYSTKI'MA.
It mslces s first clai Cook out of a poor one,
and agood cook Letter thsn before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
Ills the only uten'tl in ue thst is warranted
not to BUK. KICE IN C OKl.NO,unilerany cir
cumstance. Agents make more inoney selling
ID" vessel, than any article in use, tor every In
telligent housekeeper in the country wants one.
ANT ONE WIfcQINO TO HUT RIOI1T8 OR
TERBITORT TOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT.
1-ftf.Uw Thornton's llloclc, 10th .t., Cairo. Ill
(Successor to P. Saap.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
102 Commeiclal Avenue.
ARK UNDOUBTEDLY TUX
CHEAPEST TO BUY I
BEST TO USE;i
EASIEST T.0 SELL
And never foil to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
IN ANT AND ALL LOCALITIES.
SOLD IN PAST THREE YEARS!
Every stove offered Is a proof that Ihe
IS DOING MORE WORK,
DOING IT BETTER,
DOING IT QUICKER,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking fitove made.
OLD BY EXCEL8I0R UANU'rO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers In all kinds of TINNKUS'
STOCK j and by all lire Stove Dealers, like
0. W. HENDERSON,
SIGN OF THE
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
Wholesale 'ami Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull slock nf I'uro Drugs and
For Ihtt IPliAn ! ai an full lint nf
And I'sinters Materials generally.
Ho you wish lo receive sll the benefit Ircm
SARATOGA, N. Y.,
fir BLUE LIOK.Ky.
Vlihnni it.. .... ..i.. ... ii . .
II .n .nut. In II.. IV. r.r.ln It.... ........ .11
rect frm the springs an t are prepared to tur
nish them purr, ICK COLD. Fresh nntl Lliely
fnim our counter. 1'ersnn living at a distance,
... ..ii.. "i-ii ig in,, iiiewnirrillllieirflou.es,
csn lo supiillrU wilhSsratogit In bottles, and Blue
I i . b m 1 1 1. . 1 1 I . . .. . .m.I ..t . ...
...vn... !.- U'liri,, V.I.II Hill. JJCl
aclrcular In reiard to the medicinal virtue ol
iii-"u noieu wsters.
Aitn intnn!i.l. tin. I I r.1 1 . , . t.l. . I.
purled and American Soaps,
Together with r large assortment of Druggists
An etfectual nreventlve ol Cholers. Tvnhnlii
Fever, fcrnall-Hox, fccsrlet Fever, Measel., Cat.
lie Disease, and all penitential and ronts;lous
ilires.es. It is put up in pastboard cartons, the
lops of which contain perforations, from which
it csn be sprinkled as from a pepper box. rold
y IUKCLAY HIUW.
The retail price is 1' cents per pscksge.
(I'rnceeiiings of the Bonrd of Health-Official.)
OrricirluiaDorIIsiLvii.br. Loris.XM Jlsy,
171. The resident physicians states that he hs
tif, in the city hospiul, the cat Unto acid
iwiler and finds it ihe best disinfectant and
destroyer of buns, ants, cockroaches Ao , ol
which lie lii knowl.dtie. Tour committee re
commends the purcha-e of this powder for use
In the, hospitals.
(silfned, It. U.O'BKIEN,
Clcik Hoard ot Hrslth.
We are now In receipt ifa fiesh stock of
HOOT A.M S.HOE HIOIIE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
103 Commercial Avo, nsar Atbcncum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkrs and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which tliey sell nt tbo
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They are also prepared to supply Ladies and
Gentlemen with the HKiT OF biiUi' VVOHK, at
sure that ilefv comiieiiiloii. i-vnt
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ItODEIlT WOOD, T!!0d. fcj. HOOT
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
1,130 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, l'a.
-FOUNTAINS- -FLOATING SITAN3-
STATUARY WATEIl LILIES--
DUCKS TUKTLE8, Ac
For Decorating Fountains,
VERANDAHS, SUJI.MEH HOUSE?,
UtBOKS, 01IAIUS, 8ETTEHS, Ac., Ac.
NEW STYLE WltOUOIIT-lRON RAILING for
Front of llouco and Cs-nieterios, Merer before
CAST AND WROUOHT-IRON HAILING!) for
Public lluildlnics anil Kquares, Cemetery Lots,
and Garden Femes, lialuonies, Roof CrestliiKs
etc, in great variety of Patterns.
IKON STAIRS, bplral and straight, ol various
Patterns and atjles, bpecial attention given this
LAMP POSTS, for Fronts of Public Buildings,
Hotel, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate
STABLE FITTINGS, of Castand Wrought-Iron,
of New Improved Styles, such as Hay Hacks,
SIaII Divisions, JUngers, Harness Brackets, Out
ter, Trops, Ventilators, Ac.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
Guards of Crimped Wire.OalVkUlted rr Painted,
in t-Ialn or Ornamenial Patterns, lor Store Doors
or Winnows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Offices, Banks, Counter Killings,
Ualcoiilrt, Lawn tnd Farm fences, Ac, Ac.
GATES for entrance u CVmeterles. Publi
Squarea ad Gentlemen's Country Seats, of Oss
Tublngor Wrought-lron, both single and double
In elaborate ami simple deslgus,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS;, lor street uses. A
very laro assortment of designs expre'sly for
this put pose.
CA--T-IRON URINAL BOXES, for publlo parka
and cltv street!. '
.OVAL VaUIU, latest styles, centennial pattern.
HITCHING Pb8, Jockey, Coolie, SaiSbc i and
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business on tan
quiet, t guarantee an Immense fortune, easily,
apldls and la perlect safety. Addreaa la PMftot
ciliUdsuce, r JAMES FROST.
S-V7 w3as 1M Blssker aire t, Maw York
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
(Ja Fitter'a and l'Jumber'a material. Woo
pnmpa, g ob and angle valves, atoD
cocks, check valves, etc. .
alio aoht roa
Tnfta Brothers rll Vry Hmu Matt r
And Morehouse, Wells Co'a Automatlo WaUv
Indicator and Supply Valve for steam boilers.
WlNTKB'a BLOCK, COUMIRCIAL-AYIstrj
NEW LIVERY STABLE
UKTWXBN WAiH'N AVKUK A I'D WALNUT
Dr. li. F. Fields Infoims the public that he has
l I V E It 1' STABLE,
SboVi! no,,hwr,t "de of Ttolh as aimed
His Slablta will be furnished with nono but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the puuiic msv oe accommodated at alt hours
EST TERMS? ' Wl"' ,"mt lb
.'!' m1''' Mk 'liae ol public palronsge,
and will endeavor to merit t by fair deahni an
strict attention to business. ana
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Green. .
M.le.'?'.Sll5!e1,1:r,'i WWO. IU.WOW.
OFFICg OHIO LXVKst, EO0M8 7 AsTD 6 OTXIl
CIT7 NATIONAL BANK.
LLEN, MULKEY & WHDELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Wllllsm J.Allen, )
mfr!rra::.r,t",,lon p,,i M ri
OFF1C-Over F rst National Bank. Ohio Levee.
t a in a ta
Onj Lktk Caieo, Iu.
oausas raoaeiiv nitio
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIKTT ITOCK IX TI11C CVS
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth afreet and Corn.
C. O. PATEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
r. Di REXI'OID Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Lkvxe & Second Sr.
sggsge conveyej to snd from the Depct frsc
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEE8 I3ST IjIDMIBJ
Ceuknt, Plaiter Parii,
Corner Elghta Htreet and Ohl Levee
J. 31. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to E. Ii. Hendrtcas Co.)
Forwarding and CtommissioD
yAfJSk Liberal Advancemenia made stf&sV
" Wi upon CoDsignmenta. "sflCiV
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
"Buslnc8i attended to promptly;
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BT. LOUM, 110.
Stained, Enameled, Emboaaed and (round Glue
of every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. M Ordtri from all parti of the count;
Mpllr attended! o l-tt 4km laa