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THE OAlRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1872
JOHN H. OBKKLT, Editor and Publish'.
JULT 18, 1872
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John H. Obrlr Co. bar reduced the sub
tcrlptioB pno of th Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
OuMttrprmxum.mMait It th cheapest pa
par poMUhad In BoothTB IlllooU.
of Now York;
FOR TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OP 8TATK.
POR aCDITOR OP rUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
POR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
POR ATTORNEY OJTfKRAI..
POR 'CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHEKN
IOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A DROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUrREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
Senator Thuruan, of Ohio, has writ
ten a letter In which ho declares for Gree
ley and Brown.
Stokes, who mapped the thread of Jim
Fiik'i life, hai eicaped from tho halter,
and will icon bo tho "pet" of faihionablo
society in New York. In this day the
man of blood aro "bricks."
The late ratification meeting at Deca
tur, the home of Oen. Oglcsby, tbo Rad
ical candidate for the United States Sona
torshlp (through tho office of Governor),
was a great success. It was addressed by
Hon. Jas. C. Robinson and Senator Trum
bull. The Senator, we may assert, on tho
authority of the 'State Register,' indulged
in a terrible arraignment of the Radicals.
At this business the Senator has a happy
knack, and has become proficient by in
dustrious application to the patriotic work.
HOW IT WAS DONE.
The Metropolis 'Journal' says it is a
mooted question whether the Liberal snake
swallowed the Democratic snake, or vice
vena. The swallowing was of the mutual
kind. The Democratic snake took the
tail of tho Liberal snake into its mouth,
and the Liberal snako took tho tail of the
Democratic snake into its mouth, and then
they swallowed each other ; and, for the
life of us, we aro unable to dotormino now
whether the remaining snake is Demo
cratic or Liberal, or a cross of that peculiar
kind in which may bo recognized all tbo
good and none of the bad qualities of both
Democracy and Liboralism.
The Chicago 'Newt' complains that
members of tho Democratic commitloe at
Washington aro not pleased with IToncst
Horace's late and B. Grate's Now Haven
peech. The 'News' looms to bollevo that
all Democrats must, now that they havo
swallowed the Liberal candidates, swear
that their indiscretions aro wise and all
their utterances sound sense. But this
wont do. Tho Liberal movement eman
cipated Democrats and gavo them courage
to denounce the indiscretions of their own
leader, and tho attempt must not be
made now to compel thorn to
applaud all that their present as
sociates may do or say. Hereafter
Democrats and Democratic papers will
say what they please, whon thoy please
and how they please. That tho mcmbors
of the Democratic commlttco at Washing
ton did not like Brown's speech and
couldn't admire, Greeley's a great deal
proves them to bo men of good sense, and
that they uttered their disapproval es
tablishes the fact that thoy have not lost
their Judgment In the swelling tido of
Greeley and Brown enthusiasm. If
Brown is likely to make any more speeches
of the New Havon kind ho should be
choked off, an it might bo intimated to
Greeley that a little less caution in his ut
terances, and a little more frankness, or
absolute silence, is very desirable
A PLAIN ANSWER.
The "Liberals" of Cairo don't like tho
way the Democracy ignored them in their
County Convention, and havo called n
convention of thoir own to nomlnato can
didates for Congress and tho State Legis
lature. How is this, Mr. Oberly ? Me
There ,is no difficulty between tho
staunch Liberals and magnanimous Dem-
crats of Alexander nono at all. Mr
Jack Winter, who is the essence of enthu
siasm, and "goes off '1 like a sky-rocket on
a dark night, fiercely and brilliantly, not
appreciating tho high-tonod self-denial of
his new political associates, and fully ap-
predating his own ability to determine
just how tho thing should bo done; being
likewisely devotedly, even affectionately!
attached to Mr. Jones, did, it; is true,
raisohis voice and protestingly told his
Democratic associates that they had better
not. But in this fact we see no danger to
tho cause of Liberalism. Mr. Winter
will not, when ho has had leisure to calmly
contemplate the scene time to allow his
patriotic emotiom to bring bim into tho
line of duty permit himself to be induced
to not go with the Democrats and Liber
als because they do not always walk in
the path he points out to them. He will
not; and, therefore, wo do not hesitato to
reply to the question of the 'Journal say
ing deliberately : "This is thus."
AT IT ALREADY.
Grant is at it already, and right hero in
Illinois! The other day the Grant man
agers determined that necessity required
a grand political meeting at Bloomlngton,
in this State. To give eclat to the affair a
squad of United States soldiers, with three
cannon, were ordered from Rock Island,
where they were stationed, to Blooming-
ton I They attended tho meeting, and
fired salutes for their master at Washing
ton. This is a dangerous precedent, one
that might, if not rebuked, lead to vory
disastrous rosults. If tho President may
order the United States army to promoto
by encouragement a political movement in
which he is personally interested, how
many steps has be to take until he will as
sume the right to direct tho army to pro
vent by force of arms a political move
ment organised In the interest of any
CYRUS H. McCORMICK.
Mr. Cyrus H. McCormlck, the famous
reaper and mower man, who was Insulted
at the Stato convention by Storey's ring
of claquers, who seemed to'.dlitlke him be
cause he was a firm friend of Mr. Grccloy,
was placed, by the Illinois dolegatlon to
tbe Baltimore convention, on the Na
tional Democratic Committee, vice Storey
displaced for general obstrcperousncss
and disloyalty to the Democratic party
Mr. McCormick's presence on tho Exccu
tlve Committee, of which he hss been
toad a member, will add great strength
to tbe Democratic-Liberal cause of Illin
ois, If it bad not been for the treachery
oC two or tbree members of tbo Illinois
delegation, who took occasion to mil rep
resent their State in this matter, Mr. Mc
Cormlck would have been put into Mr.
Belmont's place, as be should have been,
and this "stroke of sound policy " would
kava secured Illinois to Liberalism by at
least J6.000 majority. But, no matter;
Mr. McCormlck recognlsethe importance
T success at borne, and he will not lose
Mjr efportunlty to labor for that result;
tmi kto labors will not b In vain.
The Democrats who have bolted the
Baltimore convention are the scurviest lot
of political bummers the oyes of mortal
over fell upon.
While in Baltimoro we attended their
convention at Maryland Institute and
were supremoly disgusted.
A man by tho name of Blanton Duncan,
of Louisville; Van Allen, editor of the
Now York 'Day Book,' one of tho weak
ost political journals in tho country;
Brick Pomoroy, a man as mean as he is
notorious; Stokos, of South Carolina, and
a fow other blatherskites seemed to bo tho
ruling spirits or tho affair. Duncan is a
mild-mannered man, but any person who
will tako tho trouble to observe him care
fully for a moment cannot fail to see that
he is tho victim of mild insanity that ho
is not an cntiroly responsible being. And
indeed this assertion might be roado truth
fully of all tbo lenders of tho bolt, except
Pomoroy and Van Allen, who havo tho
method of monoy-making scoundrclism in
their madnoss. But, wo venturo tho as
sertion, that no person who witnessed the
deliberations of tho Boltorr, could have
escaped tho :onclusion that they woro all,
with a few exceptions, oithercrack.brained
or insano. Stokes, who was tho favorite
orator of tho convention, is almost a luna
tic, and will, before tho canvass is con
cluded, be in a straight jacket.
Tako the bolt for "all in all" it is a
scurvy affair so shabby that oven
Toombs, of Goorgla, and Storoy, of Chi-
cago, will not support it, and moro oannot
bo said In deprecation of it.
A GOOD RIDDANCE.
Tho Democratic party enters tbe presi
dential contest without any dead weight
to carry. Tho fooli.h men of tho class of
Stephens, Toombs, Wise, Gllmorc, Pillow
and Forrest, the "hero of Port Pillow,"
havo all gone over to Grant, and aro now
tbe noisiest of tho denouncers of Greeley.
Lately all tho Radical papers of tho
country woro filled with tho speeches ol
these men In advocacy of Democratic con
didatosand doctrinos incendiary spooches,
full of tho outgiving of restless disloyalty
Now all these rnon aro in opposition to
Greeley and therefore supporters
of Grant. "We prefer Grant
'to Greeley," they say, and all the Radl
cali, who of late were pointing to their
treasonable utterancos and saying s "These
'are Democrats; can any patriot vote
'with tbem7" are now rejoicing over
their new converts; and, it is probable,
tbe most of them will be rewarded by
places in Grant's administration 1 This is
not an tinreasonuble supposition. The
Preildont who rowarded the rebel General
Longstreot with a lucrative office, because
ho became a Republican, would not hesi
tate to repay tho services of
Wise, the executor of John Brown,
with a place In his cob
Inet; or tho dovotlon of Toombs, the
bright particular star of pro-slavery
Bourbonism, with any position ho might
demand. Thcso men do not work for
nothing, and Grant is a master who pays
liborally out of tho public purso for servi
ces in his personal interest. But bo this
as it may, the fact remains that tho Demo
crats havo lost theso men, and tbcro Is rea
son to bo devoutly thankful for tho hap
THE W., H. AND J. CONTEST.
Mr. Henry Winter has been Informed
that our proferenco for Mr. Wall was cre
ated by the fact that Mr. W. had prom
ised us tho post-offlco ovor which Mr. Mc
Kaleg now presides wlthcarolcss but distin
guished nbllity. Mr. Winter's Informant
has been misinformed. Mr. Wall has
made us no promises, and would rathor
take from than glvo to us. If Mr. Win
tor it soarching for a man who has no af
fection for The Bulletin he might as
well stop whon ho has reached Woll. Our
preference for Wall is based upon tho ho
lier that ho would tnako a stroncor candi
dal than cithor Hartzell or Jones; and ho
would. But tho fact is, that a stronger
man than olthor might, under tho circum
stances, bo selected. However, common
sense nover prevails whoro and when per
sonal preferences aro enlisted, and there
fore it is not to be oxpected that cithor tho
friends of Mr. Wall, or of Mr. Hartzell,
orof Gon. Jones will eeo tho point of this
POLITICAL THE GARDE REPUB-LIOAINE-MISS
DR. SAFFORD A
NEW TUNNEL A LASCIVIOUS
LETTER CARRIER THE WO
MAN SUFFRAGISTS FOR GRANT
PIGEON-SHOOTING MRS. SIM
MONS, ETC., ETC.
CmcAOo, July 14, 1872.
things aro moving along about as usual,
only that the numbor of Greeley and
Brown men is becoming moro and more
numerous every day since the Baltimore
convention. Thero can bo no question
but that there aro thousands of mon who
now do not hesitate to come out boldy in
favor of tho reform movement, who one
week ago were non-committal j and had the
Baltimore convention refused to endonn
Grcoley would bavo eiven the Grant tick.
eta their influence and votes.
Even tho Chicago ' Times ' seems to be
in a quandary as to what it had better do.
It can't support Grant and don't want tn
go with the Greeley party. The ' Times '
Has said so many mean things about Hor-
aco Greeley that it can hardlv nersuade its.
self to take them back, and assume its po
sition among tho advocates of the reform
But, whatever may be said of tho
' Times, ' politically or otherwise, it can
not bo denied thnt it is tho best nowspapor
published In tho West. Its nows Is gotten
up in better stylo, and it has moro of it
than any ot its contemporaries. Every
body reads tbo ' Timos
MISS. DR. MARY J. 8APK0RD.
This busy little woman 1ms her offien nl
No. 798 Wabash avenue, and, if thero is
any imng in appcarunces. she is building
up a largo and payinir practice. I hnvo
been up and down this nonulHr nml fi.
- II "
lonaoio thoroughfare- quite frequently of
jaio, anu on sucii occasions havo nntlrnil
that thore were a number of persons in
nor rooms awaiting tho attentions of tho
Doctor. It is n pity tho world hns not
moro just such women as Mlis Hnfr..r1.
If thero wero more liko her, tho world at
large, and woman In particular, would bo
A LASCIVIOUS LETTER CARRIER.
To uso tho expression, tlia 'ilnr!1 Tina
been to pay" among tho lettor carriers of
tins city lor a row days past. Ono A. L,
Korr, who has boon In tho omnlov nf ihn
post ofllco about a year ; a bacholor. rnthnr
good looking, and spry, nearly at any or
an limes ready to laugh at n joko at a
second's notice, tho pink of politeness to
women, is tho cause of all this hubbub
among tho carriors. Sinco tho lira A. L.
K's. beat has included Fifth strcot, nnd
Fifth street includos as nlco a littb.nln
of marrlod calico as Korr had over set oyo
upon. To mako a long story short, It was
Kerr's luck or ill-luck to deliver to Mm.
Jones tho many effusions which passed
turougn tno post olUco nddrcsscd to her
namo. Mrs. Jones and Mr. Kerr becamo
friendly. In fact thoy becamo so friondly
that Mr. Jones, wh is a rcspoctablo ma-
chlnist, began to suspicion that thoir
inonunness was going a litllo too far, and
concluded to lay "about work" for a day
or two in order to satisfy himsolfor what
was coinr; on. According, nn VrMnv
morning, ho loft home, ostensibly to go tn
woru at least Jirs. Jones hellovod ho had
gono to work. About the botwltchlng
hour or 11 o'clock in tho foronoon, whon
tbo sun was shining down hotter than
blazes, Mr. A. L. K., tho horo of this Horn,
put in an appearanco carrying his loathor
'ici.ci strapped ovor his shoulder. When
near tho gato of tho nlco littlo cottage
whoreln dwelt tho little ploco of calico, ho
dove down Intohlsleathor bag and hauled
out several letters supposed to havo been
addressed to Mrs. J. Ho wont to tho door
and rapped. Mrs. J. responded. Sho
smiled upon Kerr and Korr smiled upon
her ; she stepped aside and Korr stepped
into the houso. Tho front windows
which up to this titno had been WiiiA mAvi
wore now ihut down, blinds closed, etc'
In fact things began to look a little sus
picious. Just at this particular moment,
a man possessed ol a green-eyed monster,
whom the neighbors called Mr. Jones, was
observed sneaking about the neighborhood
of the neat little coltago. His eyes flashed
fire, his right hand was clutched behind his
coat tall in his rear pockot Ho stolo up to
tbe door, hesilstod, look hold of tho knob,
and then gavo a mighty push. Tho door
went open, and thon thero was general
confusion within. For sovoral seconds thoro
seemed to be something awful going on
Within that neat littlo cottngo. Presently,
Mr. A . L. K. catno bounding out tho house,
carrying a lcathor bog in ono hand, and
lomething that very much resembled o
pair of breeches in tho other and made
tracks for tho nearest alloy, and disap
peared. Korr got through with tho remainder
or his route in doublo quick time, and re
turned to tho office. But tho story of his
trouble- had prececded, nnd tho official axo
was poised ready to chop off his official
head as soon as ho should make his appear
ance Ho was beheaded. What trans
pired at tho houso of the Jones's after the
departure of Korr nobody seems to know.
A NEW TUNNEL.
The board of public trado havo now
undor consideration a proposition
to build n new lako tunnol
to insure to tho city a nover falling sup
ply of pure lako wator. Tho now tunnel,
It Is estimated will cost nearly half a mil
lion dollars, and when completed will fur
nisli this city with tho largott supply of
water of any city on tho continent. It
will rcqulro many months to commenco
and complete this new undertaking.
OUT FOR GRANT.
On Friday oftornoon, tho oxceutivo
commlttco or tho Illinois and Cook county
i omalo Suffrage socloty, held a meeting
at tbo residenco of Prof. Brooks, No,
1,C03, Prairio avenue. Mrs. Fernando
James presided, and sho was no litlo em
barrassed by tho frollcsomo humor of her
littlo boy, who played about her in an ex
ceedingly lively manner. At this meet
ing it was decided that, as tho Philadel
phia convention was tho only convention
that had given tho woman suffrago qucs
Hon nnythlng liko a fair hearing, they,
tho women, wero in return in duty bound
to givo their aid and support to tho Grant
and Wilson ticket. Mrs. James, tho chair
man of tho meeting, said sho "was nover
so happy in her life, as she was when tho
Baltimore convention adjourned, without
taking any action on tho womnn suffrago
question. Prof. Brooks was appointed a
commlttco to draw up a platform endors
ing Grant. Ho will report at the next
meeting of the association.
It is said by those who aro presumed to
know, that tho most exciting match of
pigeon shooting that ever occurred in tho
western country, took place at Dexter
park on Saturday afternoon, between
Capt. Bogardus, champion of tho United
States, and "Abo" Klimman, a famous
duck-shooter from tho swamps of Calumet.
Capt. Bogardus, who has hold tho cham
pion modal for twenty-ono months, out of
one hundred shots, killed ninety birds;
and Klimman, out of the samo numbor,
killed ninety-one, this giving him the
match by one bird.
Many of tho readers of The Bulletin
will remember having read an account of
tho shooting of Mrs. Simmons, by her
husband, who aftor lodging a boll in his
wife s head, und supposing that sho was
beyond tho aid ot human skill, fired a ball
into his own head, killing himself in
stantly. Notwithstanding tho fact
that Mrs. S. carries a ball in her brain,
she is recovering, and it is now believed
will ere long be as wo'.l as ever.
THE OARDE REl'UliLlCAINK HAND.
As I write a Urge crowd is assembling
at tho depot of tho Pittsburg, Fort Wayno
and Chicago railway, to receive tho celo
bratod French band, which will nrrivo
hero on tho 0 : 30 p. m. train. Tho band
will givo four concerts in this city two
at tho Michigan avenuo Baptist church, on
tbo south side, and two others at one of
tho churches on tho west side. Tickets to
tho concerts woro at $2 a pioco woro all
taken at noon on Saturday, when tho salo
THE 'SUN' CHICAGO 'BUN.'
Tho Chicago 'Sun,' of which Mr. ILL.
Goodall is solo proprietor, is ono or tho
liveliest daily shcots in this city ; und I
am glad to say Is appreciated by tho public
of tho south sido. Mr. R. E. Hoyt, editor-in-chief,
is a man well known in news
paper circles in this part of tho stato. as a
Journalist or moro than ordinary ability.
liut 1 roar this letter is already too long.
f&'The death nt Sparta, Ga., Sunday,
or Hon. Linton Stovcns, is announced this
morning. Judgo Stovens has long been
ono or the most prominent men in the
stale, and only recently had actively en
gaged in tho political arons.
jQpSnnrord Conover is tho perjured
wretch who sta'rlcd tho story that Dr.
Stuart Robinson, ono of our most eminent
and oxemplary.southorn divines, proposed
to send smnll-pox Infected blankots to tho
north during tho war. It Is in accordance
with tho eternal fitness of things that
Chandler and Morton should employ him
to forgo a lot of letters and official docu
ments In tho Interest or General Grant.
Our Homo Advertisers.
COMSIMMION AND rOKWAHMNU.
Some or tho delegates to Baltimoro visit
ed Sonator Sumner nt Washington, and
asked him whether ho would support Mr.
Grccloy. Ho roplled as follows: "Gentle
men, I have a very high opinion of Mr.
Grcoley. I know ho labors In bolialf of
tho samo causo to which I havo devoted
my life. Of courso I sympathiio with tho
movement, but tho tlmo has not como for
mo to speak out. It may come, however.
At present no man is authorized to speak
Our Home Advortisers.
J A M Es" K VN ASTON,
Iltitclirr MHl Drnlrrln nil kluili Freli
CotR NiattxcxTH AMD Porno Strut,
I1iit and elaURhttr. ontj the tery Ik mckIiIo,
halt im'J heei, nml in prepared to fill (iny de
mand fur fresh meit frum one pouud to ten
Ihoimnd pounds. ilec20tt.
4Kb tlCALIk IN
Eighth Strkkt, Between Washington
and Commercial Avenuem,
Ailjolnlne UI'.lruliiMKO nnil Hauny'it.
Keep the best or llcel, I'nrk, Mutton Vel.
I.vnti, Smudge, etc., nd re prepared to trre
cmimn ia inu inof v arcepiaoie manner.
I WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Alto, keep constantly nn h.tnd moit com
plets Mock of
SCOTCn AND 1UISII WHISKIES
-O I N 8,-
Port, Madcrla, Sherry and Catawba W ines
RJHVTH A CO. eell eidulTejr for cuh.lo
. which fact they Inrlte the espocUl stttn
iwa f cloia bargum buyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orderi,
H. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits ifcNuts,
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
VI.KS AN IS l.ItiUOHSt.
F. M. STOUKFLETIl
U'CCMSOR TO rUMl UOCWLtTll
Iteotlfer nntl Wholesale Ilenler In
Foreign nnil llumeatlc
WINES AND LIqIfORS.
No. C2 Ohio Levek,
Httkeepaon hand continuity a full stock ot
Old Kentucky Ilourbon, Ity and Jlnnonsa.
li'lu WhlKkles, French llrandiet, Holland dm,
llhlneand California Vlnc .tnMitl
nilOM'lLI. AND BtTAlL I'CtbER IN
iSrTlio Jcrsoy City Journal eavs:
"Last evening, at tho corner of Jersey
avenuo and Sixth strcot, a dog lost his Ufa
In a singular mannor. Ho was traveling
along tho street slowly, whon ho attracted
tho attention ofunmo npdnfttrtnna lit. rfluln..
ono short, quick, but ngonizing yelp, and
then falling; ovor on his sido. Upon in
spoction it was found that ho had received
his death-wound )v n rnrknt ttli'lr Hint ),..,!
como down, striking him betweon tho cars
rni 1 i . ,
aiju bulk wn uuuui on men in uiamcter
and llvo foot in length, and weighed pro-
unuiy u pounu. '
1 According to tho Avonlr of Rnnnna.
at ono or the recent fairs iinlil In
Chatoaunoufsur-Cher, a (armor 6old nn ox
to a butcher, who paid him tho prico agreed
In bank bills. Tho animal with a single
stroko of tho tonguo licked up tho bank
notes from tho hand of his owner and
swallowod thorn. Tho sollor, thcreforo, ro
fused to dollvor the ox, alleging that the
buvor outrht to bear tho loin nftlin swhIIaiu.
od bills. Tho caso. according tn Mm
Avonlr, is yot to bo decided.
Jackson, Tonn,, has a young lady in
training for n position on tho polico force.
A fow ovoning since sho was seen escort
inir n voiinc man nn Mm iimi .,,ui, .,
c - "-a " r "iij u
drawn pistol, and on boing quostioncd
biuicu mm no mm grossly insulted nor,
and that sho had arrested him. Sho loft
him in chartm nf imna .,.iinni..n
qulntancoi whilo sho went to look for tho
iviivu, wiiuu mo iuiiow incontinently took
to his henla nnd Rupnnnil Kl.n i...it
ant at his escapo, but It was a consolation
Y umi niu iiuu givon mm a twi
light promenado he was not .likely to for
. young man rodo ten miles in a
rsllway carriage with a young lady with
Ini, ,l0Viion f popping tbo quostlon, but
all ho said was, "It fiqulto moony to-night."
"T"' ,,ho rPlle(1i ''muchly." And there
WINES AND LIQUORS-1
And proprietor of new nml pcmlM
No.T.'i Ohio I,kvi:k,
Keeps roiiManlly on linud the cholef-t of
Wine and Liquor-, which he will sell at the
very lowit liurt-.f, Ciill ami examine.
?. JtJiiM5" l':ciM)tn,ribmti to. l 3
For Sale nt Wholcsalo o Itetail
COIINEII B2l)-STREKT AND OHIO I.EVE
Henry II .Meyer. William Stoner.
MEYER & STONER,
JIoue,Hlgn and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or AVutcr Colon : Katzo
milling and l'uper Hugging; (iraliilUK and
Marblulng or every description ; Ulldlug in
every style, plain und ornamental.
i iirueuiarniieniioii paid lo mas Mainllit,'.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Fresco und
1 iinner l'alutlng. Kuncy (llass, Show Cards,
uikl. Plain and ornamental.
Cull at the Shop und oxamlni) our work.
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
tTfAll work mitrtistml In ullr earn will lm
promptly attended to.
Shop hi Thomas' old stand under tho
Y'V uuv, . unit i MJiwiiuiciui ute. aim
eth street. 7-10 tf.
MILLER k PARKER,
tfOKWAKDIN 0 M KHOHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roit FAIHUANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. II.MNUIN
J. M. PHILLIPS &, CO.,
(Huccnor to K. II. HmdrlCiU A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Mf3k Liberal Advancements made
J tijion Cnuliinmenti, 35y"ll
Are prepared to receive, ttore and forward
freight In all points and Imy and
sell on comtiiUion,
rIllnl attended to frmnpllr.
I. I. MATI1US.H..
E. 0 .UIII.
MATI1USS & U1IL,
Commissi on M e u c h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
no. tit onto i.cvui:.
stIutton k HI lilt,
(Huccoratohtra!lon, llud.ut. A Clark,)
COMM ISSI O N M KKCII AN TS,
57 Ohio Loveo, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Czmkst, Plasteh I'akis,
P L A S T E R E R'S H A I R,
Corner Ela-lilti Nlrecl anil Ohla I.eve
Genoral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVKE,
w. 31. Williams, .Iah. Kinsley,
I.at of VIcktburK, JIim. I.ate of Cln'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS fc CO.,
Sl'ECIALRAILROAD, StEAJIDOAT AND
t'OIUVARMKQ AND COMMISSION
:mt:b iK-A-osr TS ;
C5, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PHLLISct SON,
(Successor to John II. I liilli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ME HC II A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Amenta of
O Illver and Kauawli n
70 Ohio Levee,
St. Louis Advertsoments.
D. C. JACCARD & CO S Il
lustrated Price List and
Catalogue of Waltham, How
ard, and D. C. Jaccard & Co's
Watches, Jewelry, and Solid
Silver and Plated Ware, &c.
When In St. Louis you are
invited to inspect their mag
nificent JEWELRY establish
ment. Nos. 401 & 403 N.
FOURTH Si., Corner of Lo
cust, Odd Fellows Halt.
J) 'Watches, Clocks and Music
Boxes Repaired and Warranted.
, Orders by mail promptly atten
THE DAVIS LOCK STIOfl
THE OBEATRSTIlimOVEMENTOr THE AOE
Terms Moat Liberal.
Agnti wnl-l fur nn6ccnpil territory. BnJ
for circular u-l price Int.
Hranrli oflrr, 613 North FoartbHIrM
NT. l.OCIN, WO.
B. F. NEWTON. Mnagr.
MARVIN'S ARE THE REST.
A I.I'M AND DRV PLASTER
FIRE, Rl'RGLAR A- DAMP PROOF.
IT South Canal Street, Chlcoga.
ST. LOUIS LAW SCHOOL.
Law Department, "Walilinrtoti I'nlvenlty.
The regular annual term of this Law School
will open on
WEDNESDAY, OCT01IER tmi, JS'A
Kull i-oure. two tenns nix month each.
siuueni!- aumittt'ii to tne senior uan on ex
amination hy application on or before Octo
bcr Sth, 1872. Tuition fee, iiO tir.t year; eCO
second year, Including me of library. I-or
particulars addrts, O. M. STEART,
Dean of Kacultv. or
I'rovon Law Department,
7-4VdA:w I di. st. Louis, Mo.
KHTAIILINIIEIk IN IS30
By mcmln ri of the Society of .Jctui, ami
Incorporated by mi net of the stale
l.c-i.'Hatureln ls.12. It hai experienced unin
terrupted uece, and continue to offer the
fctmlcnt eu-ry facility for acquiring a thor
ough CLASSICAL ANI COMMKIICIAL KDUCATION.
Every candidate for udmllon not per-on-ally
iiciUHinted with Mime one of the Fac
ulty imit produce proper tctlmonlaU of
good moral character.
llulletliu are i-ent three time a year to the
parents or guurdlani. or the fctudciiU, to In
jur them of the conduct, health and
Improvement of their i-oih or wardt. An
experienced physician dally vllu Ihc In-tl-lutloii,
mid ihi) t,'reatet euro and attention
are lietowed on the rrk.
Hoard mid tuition, percct.Inn, ten month,
The next m-Iuii begim .September 2d,
Payment miit bo madti (juarterly, or
einl-aiinunlly, in mUaiiec. CulaloL'ties con
talnlns Instructions to parent-, aniffull par
tlrularn, Mill be sent free on application to
RkV. .1. (1. KALA.NI), H. .1.,
President St. Lou U Lnlvcr.ltv. si. I.oJU.
.nrCOKMIlK A SYIO.V, AgentM.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
THREE YEARS IN A MAN-TRAP
Hy T. S. A It'll! I' It, tlio author ol Hie HorlJ
famOUa hOOk. "Ten NlrrliU in a IUr.ri-.mn"
"T'iibue Yum m a JUn Tae ,' I tlia crownlnic
uorknr tliervutlior'ii life, nnd old AtientH laylhoy
never knew hook lo ll likn II. On agent old
HI cotilen in three ilaya; anotlmr 20 In half a day.
Ileautllully hounil and llluntrated. Kxtra terma
to auentH. Apply lo K. A. HUTCHINSON It CO.,
&'2 N. Hlth M,,hl. Louis, Mo.
TO HKLL TUB l'AULOK STEKL KNQRAVINQ
"OHKI8T WKKl'INO OVEH JEIIU3AI.K.M."
From Hi Cms. Kiari m' celebrntH Kntllkh
nalntini:. nail liv America' haul iur. ill
hIiouch It want It nt onrv. Aiiiily to VAI.I.KT
I'UULISUINfl COMPANY, St. iJoiifi, Mo.
EWD. MEAD & GO.
304 N. Fourth St.,
Keep a full line of first class
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEW
ELRY, SILVER and PLATED
WARE. This old established
house Intends to maintain
their reputation of selling
good goods at low prices,
and are now opening a
splendid new Spring Stock.
All orders by mall prompt1
Watches and Jevrclry carefully re
paired by flrit-clM workmen, and
ull kinds of Jewelry ni WUrerwurs
made to order,