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THE OAIKO fiAlLY tftiLLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1872
JOHN R. OBKRLT. sWItor ud Publisher.
- JuLT 17, 1872
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rablUhed In Southern Illinois.
of Now York;
FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OP STATE.
F0 AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL O IIARA.
FOR STATE TREASURER,
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL.
FOR 'CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. W1LBANKS.
od pointing out clearly tho duty of thoio
who prefer principloi to men and parly
to country." Tho Judge was followed
by X. D. Younghlood,; Esq., In "a ipoech
of much earnestness." Of coure Joel u.
Morgan vu called and responded, and all
who know him will bollovo us whoa wo
say ho "capped tho climax" and mado the
spoech of tho ovonlng. Major Loomli
followed Morgan in what tho 'Oazetto'
call "a fow appropriato remarks." The
mooting was a great success, and the
enthuiiasm, wo aro informod, indicated
strongly tho sentlmonl of tho city of tho
Shawnees. Tho Gazetto' says : "Wo aro
truly grateful to learn that a numbor of
republicans who havo been herotoforo for
1 Grant declared last evening for Greeley
'and Brown." Wo aro Inclined to say"
In the languago of fervid Liberalism,
Let ui ratify I
The Detroit 'Free Press' has surrender
ed to Greeley.
Shall we ratify In the Atheneum, or in
the court-house, or under tho blue canopy 7
Pope Pius Is a sufferer from the asthma,
which affliction is so serero at times as
almost to deprive him of breath.
When shall the Cairo Democrats ratify
the nominations mado at Baltimore? Let
us soon make the city lively by a regular
old-fashioned political meotlng.
Senator Bayard who led tho opposi
tion to Greeley in the Baltimore conven
tion, has written a letter declaring his in
tention to support tho phllosophor and tho
Old John Harper says ho nover heard
of the poet Longfellow when he called his
horse by that enphonions name. Why
did not the Philadelphia convention put
up John Harper lor the presidency in
stead of Grant?
The papers are publishing a letter of
George Washington to his wife a letter
which that lady never received on account
of its interception by tho British authori
ties. Wo sympathise with Mrs. Washing
ton for having missed it. A letter like
that of G. W.'s, written aftor twenty
years of married life, ought certainly to
have reached its destination.
It is a source of much annoyance to
radical politicians and tho radical press
not to be able to manufacture a bona fide
" difficulty " between Horace Greeley and
Mr. Schurz and other prominent liber
als. The effort is wasted. All tho polit
ical dissatisfaction now existing Is monop
olized by Grant and his friends, and
this will increase as the campaign pro
gresses. Do wd all, of the Peoria ' Democrat, ' is
a gentleman who stands upon ceremony
and is devoted to all the demands of the
strictest rules of the most formal etiquette
He has consequently locked horns on a
matterjof etiquette with Merritt and Rob
inson, the Springfield members of the
Democratic State Committee. Dowdall
had called a meettng of tho Committee at
Chicago, and M. and R. coolly called an
earlier meeting of the same committee at
Springfield, whereupon D. raised a fuss
and drove M. and R. off tho field in con-fusion.
TO THOSE WHO WILL UNDERSTAND.
We do not propose to tako any part In
tho canvasslngs preliminary to tho meeting
of tho Democratic Senatorial Convention,
at Joncsboro on tho 30th, and havo no
doubt the deliberations of that convention
will bo fairly conducted and result to the
advantago of tho party ; but wo have been
Informed by letters from Union county
that a few Democratic politicians of that
county aro engaged In an'lntriguoto secure
to Union one of the Democratic candidates
for the lower house of the Assembly as well
as tho candidate for Senator. This would
virtually disfranchise Jackson or Alex
ander, and glvo to Union tho lion's share,
sinco it is n well known fact that the
Radicals havo determined to run Mr. In-
score, of that county, as tho candidato of
tho minority. It would bo strange if
undor a law the object of which is to givo
to the minority of every party a represents'
tlvo, an Intrigue of small politicians
should control a Democratic convention in
this senatorial district so as to deprive a
county of any representative in tho legis
lature of tho stato I The spectaclo would
bo novel and might result in a contest of
tho most oxciting description. "Fair to
ting" In theso matters Is the best policy.
We have received the prospectus of tho
St. Louis ' Globe,' a new daily and weekly
paper to be issued In St. Louts about .tho
eighteenth Inst. Tho 'Globo' will" be
printed on a quarto sheet ol forty-elgb,
columns, and Is designed to be a political
news and family nowspapor. It will be
under the editorial management of Wil
liam McKoe, formerly of tho Missouri
' Democrat,' and will bo a rival of that
paper. The Globe' will be a Grant or
gan and will "dovote its best energies to
his re-electlou and tho supremacy of a
' republican and just administration in
'Missouri as well as in tho country.'
From the editorial ability enlisted In the
work, the 'Globo' will, most probably, be
a success, and we will welcome it to the
ranks of newspapcrdom with the hope
that it may be such in every respect, savo
1 : r
fI . M.
The Liberals of Bhawneetown fired a
aluts, on the 11th Inst., "in honor of the
aomlnation of Greeley and Brown," in
stole td in a bonfire and organized an Ira
proaptu meeting, of which Hon. Milton
JMrttoy was chairman, and which be ad
I to peach "indorsing the ticket,
CLOSE UP THE RANKS I
There Is not, wo aro sure, a Democrat
living in Southern Illinois who is not anx
ious to redeem tho country from the hands
of tho Bad teal politicians of tho "Grant
There is not,, we are also certain, a Lib
eral. Republican In Egypt who does not
desire to wrest tLo government from the
evil hands of his l.'tlc political partisans.
There is not, w t honostly bellevo,
cither a Democrat or Liberal Republican
in this part of the Stat e who does not ac
cept the Cincinnati platform as an equita
ble basis on which tho unl.on of the oppo
nents of Grantlrm may be e fleeted.
In that platform are found .ill the essen
tial principles of Progressive democracy,
and with that other kind of Democracy,
which feeds on tho memories of tho past,
tho Democrats of Egypt havo no sympa
thy. In that platform nro also to1 bo
found all tho rallying cries of the reform
ers who havo broken away from the leaa'-
ing strings of tho corrupt rings now con
trolling tho Radical party.
With a platform of correct principles,
and candidates who accept that platform
as tho rule of their political action, what
stands in tho way of the comploto union of
tho Democrats and Liberal Republicans
of Southern Illinois?
Thero Is nothing to bar tho way to such
a union nothing that tho patriotism of
the now coalition may not surmount.
Hero and tboro, as in Cairo, we can find
a Liberal who has setup a personal friend
as bis beau ideal, and who insists that
ho alono is the proper man to bo candl
date for this or that office ; and horo and
there, as in Cairo, wo can find a Democrat
who has come to tho determination that
nobody but his friend shall bo tho candi
dato for this or that office; but it is a
fact apparent to all, that the Democrats as
a moss and the Liberals as a body caro
nothing for any man, bo ho Wall, Hart-
zell or Jones. What they dcslro Is tho
triumph of tboir principles, and thoy will
hereafter nominato candidates for offico
without regard to past party differences.
Thoy will nominato their strongest and
This is the policy we bollevo tho Detn-
ocratlc-Republlcans should adopt in the
Wall-Jones-IIartzell contest. They should
weigh tho merits of each of thoso men
carefully, and tako Hartzell If ho Is the
strongest, Jones If hoi, the strongest, or
Wall If ho Is the strongest, or neither of
them if that is tho better policy.
Nobody who has observed tho signs of
tho times can dou this fact, and we
tboroforo appeal to the few Liberal pollti
ticians and tbo fow Democratic politicians
who aro nttorapting to create an Issue be
tween tho Democrats and Llboral ltepu
licans of this district, to doslst from their
bickerings and closo up tho ranks of tho
coalition preparatory to a glorious fight
with the Munnitts this fall. What is
Wall or Hartzell to us Democrats that we
should go Into a frenzy about either of
them ? And what Is Jones to Mr. Winter
and the Liberals who follow his advico
that they should becomo loud and boister
ous about him ? "What's Le to Hecuba o
Hecuba to him that he should woop for
Wo know Mr. Wall woll enough to
say that tho moment, he becomes con
vinced that hts candidacy would make a
ront in the coalition ho would withdraw
his namo from tho contest. Ho is no of-
flco-sookor. Llko Horaeo Grcoley he is
willing to respond when ho Is callod by
tho public voice, but ho knows nothing of
tho politician's trado and dctosts it. Mr.
Hartzell is, wo nro Informed, also
a man of this kind. Ho is nbovo
tho lovo of offico, and If his
retirement from tho canvass would add to
tho Llboralism of Egypt ho would not
stand upon tho order of his retiring but
retire at onco. And Gen. Jonos ? Who can
say a word against his disinterested pa
trlotlsm? Ho is seeking tho coalition
nomination, becauso ho believes ho is the
only man yet named for congress In tho
district who can glvo ovorwholmlng
strength to tho movement by uniting tho
Domocrats and Liberals in a solid phalanx
as ontbusiastlc advocates of his election.
He has not como to this conclusion because
ho has In his composition a grain of ego
tism, but because ho knows his strength
with tho peoplo becauso he has, in the
faco of a retiring and bashful disposition,
been compelled to recognizo in all their
strength tho many "points" that make
him peculiarly the best candidate for the
coalition. But the General is a reasona
ble man, and if Mr. Winter, who wo must
bo allowed to say in all kindness Is not al
ways a reasonable man, could bo Induced
to reason in regard to this matter, and
could bo convinced of tho fact, that It Is
just possible that n stronger candidate
than either Wall or Hartzell or Jones
ono over whose claims thero has been no
bickering might be nominated, wo havo
no doubt, we cay, that if this rather difficult
task could bo performed, Gen. Jones would
Instantly request to be counted out of the
Well, then, sinco this is tho condition
of affairs sinco tho masses of the Demo
cratic-Liberals caro nothing for persons
since tho candidates named for congress
aro extromely patriotic and unselfish gen
tlemenand since, also, thero is growing
up a big fight over these gentlemen, how
would it do to throw them all overboard
and tako up another man as the chosen
of the coalitioR for Congress? How
would that do?
HOW MR, SEWARD DREW A REVOLVER QN
Tint innrr atro a irentloman WOS tolling
no a Senatorial anecdoto of, nnd dating
back to tho anto bellum tiaya. jut. How
ard had made a spooch something nbout
tho tolograph whon Mr. Toombs, of Geo
rgia, roso to reply, and mado a spooch full
of personal abuso of Sownrd. Ho wrought
himself up into it rago and lashed nbout
in tho most aggressive manner. Ho fin
ished and took his scat. As Mr. Soward
rose from his chair ovcry oyo was bent
upon him with tho groatcst anxloty.
With calm, moasurod steps ho walked to
wards Mr. Toombs. It was noticed that
his right hand was underneath tho roar
pockot of his coat. Thoro was appre
hension that ho was concealing n pistol,
and Mr. Tombs' friends crowded around
him. When Mr. Soward roached him ho
drow out his hand, and opening his snuff
box politely invited his adversary to tako
a pinch of snuff. "My God!" said Mr.
Tombs, "Mr. Soward, havo you no feol
Ings?" "Tako n pinch of snuff, which
will sooth your agitation." Ho then re
turned to his seat, and, without any allu
sion to Mr. Toombs or his speech, made an
ablo argumont in favor of his measure,
which ho carried, as coolness and self
possesslon will always win tho victory
over hot temper and passionate Invective.
From Hit Peoria Review.)
A lady residing in the upper part of the
city was greatly surprised last evening,
by receiving an application for work
from a veritable John Chinaman, arrayed
In calico raiment, and ornamented with a
most extravagant pigtail. She was averse
to employing him at first, but ho showed
good credentials from people sho knew
in Chicago, and as he assured her that he
could " speakeo Mellican welly well, "
and do " mucbee kind " of housework,
she engaged him, and the entire family
turned out to see the heathen Chlne'e
work. They rejoiced prematurely over
the " new girl, " for he broke a fow plates,
smashed a lamp chimney, spilled dish
water all over the fioor, cleaned his nails
with a fork, and finally swore In good
honest English when he scalded his fin
gers. The rage of his employer was un
bounded when she found tliat'the Chinee
was her eldest son, and fuel was heaped
on the fire of her wrath when she discov
ered that his oriental costume was eked
out with her most fiowerv Dollv Varden.
Henry II Meyer. William Stoucr.
EXCELS! OR !
MEYER & STONER,
House, Sign and Steamboat
... VII W ' ' Mill VVIU13 iXttld.U"
mining and "Paper Haaim.'; Gralnini; and
Jiaruieini; or every icvnptiou; uiltling In
every tyle, plain and ornamental.
ramcuiarauenuoii pain to uia-i ataluln?.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Kre.-co ami
uaiiiier i .ilium., rancy tiia--. snow carus,
Gild, l'lalii and 'ornamental.
Call at the shop and examine our work
Old Pictures renewed or copied, satl-fac-tiou
1ST All work cntru-teil to our care will be
promptly attended to.
Shon In ThomaiV old stand under tho
Perry Hoti'e, corner Commercial at e. aud
5th street. 7-1(5 tf.
A PLEA FOR JUSTICE.
IIY A LADY.
Editor Cairo Bulletin :
Dear Sir: Knowing you to bo an ad
vocate of moral right and justice, and inde
pendent in your editorial action, will you
permit a woman to say a littlo about a
matter which deeply concerns the well bo
lng of social life? Women have duties to
perform as well as rights to maintain; and
If thoso who possess ability of tho right
kind, were to exerciso their pens a littlo
mora than thoy do, in tho columns of tho
local journals of tho provincial press, tho
influenco of woman's proper sphere would
bo more generally felt and acknowledged
in municipal matters of a certain class.
Whatevor your own opinion may bo
respecting the matter whereof I am going
t o speak, I trust to that indopondenco nl
lu ded to, for a bearing.
ho foregoing remarks havo been sue
gost d from reading in The Bulletin,
tho pxhco record which appeared in its
columns of tho 13th instant, and which
contain ed tho names of no less than 14
poor creatures, who had strayed from tho
paths of v irtue, forsaken tho God of tholr
youth, lcaiAlog a life of shamo, and who
wero respec tivcly fined, each, $10 and
coats ; and heo Is just what I am wondor
As a matter o.f enquiry, only, how camo
It that tho polit'C, whon thoy mado tho
arrests of theso hiisguided girls, did not
arrest their male c ompanions, tho guilt
lor of tbo two? Wt'ro thero none pres
ontat thotlrao? Woro thoy permitted
to cscapo, or was It so arranged that nono
woro to bo found?
Again, tho costs, I obs rve, woro paid
that l, tho constables, jus tice's fees, ctc.i
were paid ; but tho finos ti'te largor sums
which are, I believe,render d to tho city
treasury, woro not paid at th o time, but
given security for. Who nn theso so
curities and whon are theso fin cs to bo
paid? and, if paid, is this the way In
which vico is to bo put down? Eve.'y ono
of these girls roturnod, no doubt, t o hnr
old haunts, moro hardened than over, in-
stoad of being givon so many hours to
leavo the city. Tho owners of the premis ei
in which theso unfortnnates ply their un
hallowed vocations should bo punished.
Alas I is this justice? Is thero not an
abundantlfieldheropresontcd for woman's
work in woman's way? I havo somo
moro to say, with your kind permission,
for my indignation is aroused at tho evi
dent injustice which marks the one-sided
treatment of theso poor girls. Moro anon.
HARRY WALKER & CO., PROM'S
THIS HOUSE I NEWLY FITTED UP WITH
"JENNY LIND" .TABELS,
FOR ALL KIND:?
For Sale at Wholesale c Retail
CORNER 32D-STHEKT AND OHIO LEV El
noTlltl V. OAMHI.R
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN II. OI1EBLY A CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Va9hingt0u avenue,
All kia-li of Rinding ami Ruliaz .lone at tbe
Terr lowest uricea. Ii&tIdk enuaited the xervi.
ce of Sir. iluels, who !ia haif insny year
experience In one of best lilnderles of Hi. Louis.
tn BUDerlntend tnl culabllthtnent. we can con
fldontljr promise our patrons worlc equal to that
01 nor umuery in ine west
A Fort Wuyne (Ind.) dispatch an
nounces tho fulcido of n man named Dol
man, near where tho Mercor county
(0.) mob hung Klmmoll and MoLood ;
and Immediately oftor tho funeral his
brother, a young man, also killed himsolf
by cutting his throat with u razor. It is
supposed that both of them woro In somo
way connected with tho outrogo and mur
dor of Miss Socor, for which Klmmoll and
McLeod wero hanged.
j&A Michigan woman recently put
her infant child in a tub of water, then
stuffed a feather bed over It, and mir
mounted the wholo with herself. Tho
chill smothered with great facility.
NIAGARA, N. T.,
Asset U.tJC.'JlG 23
OEBMANIA, N. V.,
Aet 1,008,721 78
IIANOVKK, N. Y.,
Aasets, 720 682 00
REPUDLIC, N. V.,
Assets lUfiii 00
Comprising the Underwriter' Agency,
YO.NKEIIS, N. Y.,
Assets 878 401 01
TUC SALOON 14 STOCKED WITH
TILE BEST BRA NDS
ARE COMPOUNDED IX THE
MOST APPROVED STYLE
t-COME AND SEE FOB YOUU-
They keep on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEIS BEER,
AND HOLLAND II EK RING
Are i-prcad tnormn and evening
AT 3STI3NTE O'CLOCK,
At which nil are invited to partake
FREE OF CHARGE.
..4 53,m 3
firemen's FUND, B. J'.,
HECUB1TY, N. Y, MARINE,
Hlotes. Dwelling. Furniture, llnlli nml Par
g oea, iniured ut rmei mi farorablu as lound, per-
I" respectfully aik of the cltlieas ol Cairo,
sha re 0 f their palronase.
TElTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - . Prosldont.
U. KNOUKLSDOKFF, - - . Bocrotary.
UlIAS. ItEITZ, UENHY WEIIEB,
A. 0, Kehino, A. Miboh,
Uiias. Wentiie, OriAB. VEnaiu,
Kkancih Lackneb, Ch as. Daeulino,
0. HlKSCll, Wu. llEINIIARDT,
The lt organlied and eecurot company in
Ihe northwent. The only company which guar
antcei a cash aunender iue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
""T tor Cairo and vlelally
SIGN OF THE
? OHIO, LKVI.C,
PAINT & OIL DKALKHS.
We Vy a titll l.vV f I'm l'nit and
HVE 33 D I O I IN JUS.
IVt ! t. , lw a rU line t
Aud Vt ntr Matrtvat tfcttj
Do joa with to recetfe all the benefit frcta
the v f It t rated
tar BLUE LICK, Kt.
without Ihe 'Xfn of a trip to thoe reort.
If to. apply 10 u. W win th'iewatert di
rect frm the fprfne". and are prepared to tur
ruth thtm pure, ICK COLti, I rcsh and Llirlr
from our counter. rerno linns at a diUno,
nrwho utrh to hate the irater in their houe,
rant suppli'd with Saratoga In bottle, and Illue
Liek in boltlff, ko and tarreN. Oil and ft
circular In retard to the mrdxlnal Tlrturs ol
thee noted waterf.
Alo a complete lin of toilet article', Im
ported and American Soap,
Together Kith a large assortment of VtopgMt
II B AD Q U A It r K U S .
BEERWART, ORTIH& CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
for Window bcreent,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
(See,, &c., Ac.
CRADLES, ice, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Cori'Eit Ware
Solo AgenU for tho celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
UniC'B MOVEAIILE POINT STEEL PLOW
Git ay's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS
ecantlin & cook's
EV APORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Vamntcd a sure .cure lor smoking khlmnlo
An etlectual nreTentlre ot Cholera. Tvnhoid
Feer. r-malM'ox. Scarlet Ferer. 3teaeli. Cat-
tie Di.ea.e, and all pe.tilential and fooliRloul
dl.eate. It la put up la pailhoard carton., the
topi of h)ch contain perforation., from which
11 can o .prinaieu as irom a pepper ra. noiu
1 tie retail pneo is cents per package.
(Proceeding! of the Itonrd of Health OtScial.)
Orriri llotao or IIiilth, Br, Iaci..1 Majr,
1671. The resident phymciana states thathe ha.
used, tn the citr hospital, the carbolic arid
powder and find. It the beat disinfectant and
de.troyer of bugs, ant, cockroaches 4c, ol
whieh he ha. knowledge. Your committee re
commends the purchase of this powder for use
in tuts iivnpiiais.
(aignedj k. 11. u'uwr;..
Clerk Hoard ot Health.
We are now in receipt cf a fiesh stock of
HOOT AMI HllOi: NTOItK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., ri'.-ar Atheneum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' nnd Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippcr3 of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell ot tho
VERY LOAVEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
They nro also prepared to supply Ladies and
un tne iu;5t UFBJIUf WOHK.at
cure that defy comtietiilon.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROUEIiT WOOD, TH 03. H- HOOT.
ROBERT WOOD Js CO.
1,130 Hldge Avenue, Philadelphia, P,
-FOUNTAINS- -FLOATING 8WAN3-
-STATUAKY- -WATEIl LILIES-
DUCKS TUUTLES, Ac.
For Decorating Fountains,
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE1,
UtUOIlS, CHAIRS, SETTEES. 4c. Ac.
NEW STYLE WHOUOUT.IRON HAILING for
front of llouce and Cemeteries. Never before
U.A1?T-;,Wn0U?yT-,n0N FAILINGS for
I'll lillo liulldlng-a mid Squares, Cemetery Lots,
and Garden fences, llalconles, Hoof Cristtuus
etc.. liiureatviirlatv nri'ntiBrnJ '
IRON bTAIltd, Spiral and straight, ol ysrlnus
Patterns and styles. Special attention given this
class of work.
LAMP l'OS'rfl. for VrnnU nf DnV.IU Ti,.ll,ll.
Hotels, and City Streets, ol Plain and Elaborale
8TAHLE FITTINGS, of Castand Wroiight-Iron,
of New Improved Styles, such as liny Hacks,
Stall Divisions, Mangers, Harness llrackels, Gut
ters, Traps. Ventilators. Sic.
WIRE WOltIC or every description. Wire
Guards of Crimped Wlre.UalvauUcd or I'nlntetl,
III Plain or Ornamental Patterns, for Storo Doors
or Windows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Oitlcos, Uanks, Counter Hillings,
linlconles, Lawn and Farm Fences, 4c Ac.
GATES for entrance to Cemeteries, Publi'
Squares and Gentlemen's Country Seats, of Ghs
Tublngor Wrought-lro-j, both single and double
in elaborato and simple, designs. '
.....v. . yU1, n, mr street uses, A
v 1 a sirn lainslninnl . I -. I . . . ' .
' II . T. GER0U.L1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Gas Fitter's and Plumber's material. w,.i
pumps, g ml and ancle rains, stop
cocks, chock talus, Ho.
also mi ro
Tiills) Itrolhcrti Palesit IlryUisMeur
And Morehouse. Wells Co's Automallo Water
Indicator and Supply Val for steam boilers.
WINTER'S! II LOCK, commercia l-avkku
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIKTWKKN WASII'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. II. K, Fields Informs Ihe public tint he ha
, r ; 11 r a t a n l
en the nnttliwM side of Tenth street as named
Ills Slal.les will l e fuiiilslied with none but th
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and Ihe piiblie mar i arcommodaleil at all hours
lli t and night wllh sale teams on the I.OW.
I. Fields ) a slian l publlo palronaae,
and lll sndeauirtii invtil It l.y lair dralini and
SUM Mtrrdion tn Ivsinrts
UHKKN A (Ul.HKUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Willlaa, ll.llrrrn, l
Mu'i'.T.n'i,"' CA,n0' ,u-wow-
OFTICE OHIO LEVE, ROOMS 7 AND 6 OVER
CITT NATIONAL BANK.
LLEX, MULKEY &. WHEELER
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William J.Allen, )
r"Partteular attention na.d in . .a .a.
OFFICE Over l,rst National Hank. Ohio Ivee.
BOAT 8TOEE3 j
O K0 CXRIEB.
Ouu Levze Cairo, III.
oacsas raOMriLr ritttD
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETaYsJj.
LAROEST VAUIErr STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner ufNInetee'iitb treS stsstl Com.
C. 0. PATEE
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
Con. Ohio Levee A- Second St.
ggage conveyed to and from the Depot free
very larse assortment of doslgns eiprersly' for
thin titirimse. " tr''ftf .w.
RON UltlNAT. nnvm r i ...
and city streets. '",u,,u """
Hi'AiinNr&pS1Ji5,t,,,,'!M' "Hennial pattern,
dliln UeiiRM. ' y' Coo"e' Sa,"b0 Bnd
8100 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business on toe
quiet, I guurantee an Immense fortune, easily,
dly and In p crlect safety. Address in perfect
nil enco. JAMES FliOST,
vim JO Sleeker street, NewYotk
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to E. It. Hendrlcis 4 Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
JjrtSfc Liberal Advancements made fr
SW& upon Consignments. SJI
Are prepared to receive, storo and forward
freights to all points and buy and
sell on commission,
StsTBuslntss attended to promptly:
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DBALBEa X2ST IiI2wTE
Cement, Plaster Parib,
Corner Eighth (street hsiU Ohi LtJtm
General CommigBion Merchant'
133 OHIO LEVEE,
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 WASHINGTON AVENU..
ST. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground Glass
of every description,
PARTICULAR. ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH-WORK.
sW Orders from all
mply attendsd o