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THE CAlflO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1872
JOHN K. OBKRtT. Kdllor and TublUMf.
. July 24, 1872
ndcd Iho bull pup, fancying, hon I !. ,. , i;i.c8ton and other convo.
" Ta of ti Btiwtm t
una month, bjr man,..
THB D0M.A WIKyfedMCed "
5 ' p- " v .lrn Illinois.
of New York j
JTOR VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
roll GOVERNOR. .
rOIl SECRETARY OF STATE.
TOR AUDITOR OK I'URLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LAN I'll I ER.
FOR ATTORNEY OKNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
TOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT bOUTHKRN
R. A. D. WILUANKS.
Eioht millions of dollar, It is laid, will
cover the claims of the U. S.
The Bourbon Democrats are now re
penting. They say now tbey can oat salt
crow, but don't banker artcr it.
The perambulating, boad brlbo taker,
Ulysses I, bas left Long Branch to scoot
to the Kanuck border; bo is going, with
select band of robbors on a pleasure ex
cursion to tho Thousand Islands. There
would be a general jubilee, if be would re
main there and set up n government on his
iti I. il..t A nn ni b"'-
, , , i . ,i ...ubllc treasury and
tchlng pawi into tb" .... ' ,
. 1 1 , -i IhesumoflTI.OOOtobo
fllchlng thcref' , , . i
. .d to tbo purchase of stolen
jorato correspondence, lost during
no war, to bo ro-hashed up in document
ary sliapofor circulation as canrpaign doc
uments. Can effrontery and villainy go fur
ther? Satan himself would blush to mako
lino of such stale thunder.
Dr. Wise, the eminent Jewish Rabbi of
Cincinnati has recently written n power
ful latter against tho Radical candidates
for the Presidency and Vico-Presidoncy
In speaking of the candidate for tho Vice
Presidency, Dr. Wise snya : " Senator
Wilson, of Massachusetts, i tho man who
in 1SG1, in tho most dangerous timo, stated
in open Senate, speaking on tho conduct
of Benjamin : He it the son of that race
which stoned tho prophets and crucified
the Redeemer of the world.' "
Such taunting ribaldry, tho Dr. thinks,
was better becoming tho drunken crowd
of soma low groggory than tho itato sen
Another ot Morton's, Satan's, and the
Satrap's pets, a model specimen of the
Ridical thieving club, following tho exam
pie of his imperial boss, named John I,
"Woods, assistant postmaster atlndianapo
lis, has eloped with tho snug littlo sum of
$4,C00, of tho post ofllco funds. Moreover,
this defalcation has been of long stand
ing, amounting at one timo to $10,000
This stamp stealer, liko others of Grant's
henchmen, was very poor when ho wont
into office, and soon acquired property.
He was familiar with tbo gameot Ah Sin
a habituo of the gilded palaces of vice;
also of the "oil room" of the varieties, and
a "genial" young man genorally. Gran
tite ring will soon retire to desort places.
THE JEWS FOR GREELEY.
Tho largo body of Israelites in tho
United States, aru going for honest Horaco
in an undivided body solid. Mr. Lands
berg, in commenting on Grant's famous
order, oxpulling tho Jows from tho mili
tary lines thus writes:
"What Grant bus dono ngainst us wo all
but too well know, ho having issued that
:,,(..,,,. i... .t.i.i.... t ......
imniiiuu. viuut. tsnu iiui tuu uuna ua
class from his district, because, forsooth, a
fow of them wero petty traders. But his
own father, tho meanest and most plebeian
irnuer oi inem all, lio permuted without
let or hindoranco to mako largo contracts
with cotton-trading Arms in Cincinnati to
buy cotton within General Grant's lines,
for which ho was to got u full share of the
.., ft . f.i l.nl I .... 1 .1 .1 . L ..
that Ills son, Genoral Grant, would pass
them frco into his lines to purchase tho
snld cotton, and having dono so, gavo them
conduct buck again.
Firo in tho rear I Uro in Iho front I llro
all around. It is getting much too hot
for the scallawsg bummers tbalhavo been
gnawing at tbo vitals of tho country.
Notwithstanding that hero and there, in
their frantic, tenacious efforts to hold on
to tho spoils of office, by subsidising jour
nals in the interest of the ad
ministration, by squandering monoy
in bandfula for corruption purposes
monoy stolen from tbo public treasury
tho decroo from the peoplo has gono forth
tho tocsin has sounded, and u long-suf-
luring peoplo aro roused to n state
of enthusiasm in the cuuso of freedom,
worthy of tbo best duys of tho Repub
lic. Grcoloy and Brown, is tho nolitical
A powerful demonstration took
placo at Indianapolis, on tho
21st inst., at which Hon.T. A. Hendricks
made the speech of tho occasion.
At Raleigh, N. C, to-day u liberal mass
meeting is to be held, at which Gratz
Brown, ex-Senator Blair of Michigan, Gen.
E. A. Merrit, and Hon. S. S. Cox uro to
be tho chief spoakers. Indiana is in a
blazo of enthusiasm, Illinois is given up
by tho rads, and New York surpasses
everything in tho way of demonstra
tions, nnd, in fact, in every
city, town, and wo might say, nearly ev
ery village, Grceloy und Brown clubs are
being formed with a determination and
vigor that id carrying despair into tho
trembling ranks of tho demoralized rad
icals, whoso hopes arc falling fustor than
tho leaves in Alhatnbra. Grant, poor
deluded man, thinks that North Carolina
Is safo for tho administration I Tho lin-
pcriurttuio obstructionist uas "luunK" a
great many thoughts that will never be
realized, but perish liko his hopes of com
ing greatness in November next, und
lcavotiot a wreck behind in tho ocean of
nlent points by tho thousand to defeat tho
wishes of the legal voters of tho State.
What the result will, ui.dor tho circum
stances, be, it is hard to dolertnino. It is
possible that Grant may carry the eloc
tion. It does not follow, however, that tho
Radical ticket will bo successful thoro in
November. Tho national election is held
upon tho same day in all tho States of tbo
Union and vagabonds cannot bo imported
from ono State to another without placing
in jeopardy tho result In tho Slalo from
which they nre taken.
Mr. Grant finds himself hard pushed
when ho is compelled to bring all his re
serves into action, in tho first skirmish of
tho campaign. If North Carolina is lost
to him in August, he realizes tho fact that
his causo is lost, and thereforo Is staking
ovcrything on tho chances of carrying
Tho raoro money that is spent upon the
August election in North Carolina tho
loss there will bo to spend in tho subse
quent campaign. Chicago News.
FINANCIAL EXHIBIT OF
We produce bolow a table, compiled
from official sources, which exhibits tho
comparative indebtedness of tho Southern
States before tho war und at present :
One of tbo last sensible and prominent
republican editors, who has como over
from the rotten radical pirate ship to tho
Greeley frigate, is Mr. Jamos Q. Howard,
of the State 'Journal,' Columbus, Ohio.
Amongst other sharp things ho says:
The executive has no advisers, inside
or outside his cabinet, who represent tho
tatesmanship, the scholarship, tbo iegul
.earning, the championship of human
rights, or the highest order of integrity
and wisdom of the United States. On tbo
contrary, ho has quarreled with, or for
feited the confidence of tho most eminent
living Americans, ns Sumner, Motloy,
Cox, Adams, Chase, Grooley, Bryant,
Schurz, Trumbull, and is personally ob
noxious to four-flfths of tho members of
2' ' ' In ull our plans
and efforts to have tbo electoral vote of
Ohio cast for honest old Horaco Greeley
you may count me in." '
And still they aro coming by the dozen.
Outside pressure nnd tho repcatod
glaring acts of misconduct of tbo Kgyp.
tlan carpet-bagger, Butler, misnamed
consul, both officially and personally, has,
at last, compelled his recall. Gen. Star
ring was sent out on an examination of
bis conduct, although repeated complaints
of the Pasha had reached our government.
Bo shamefully notorious hud his conduct
become, culminating in a brawl and
booting affray, that even tho unbluthlug
Grant,rump-radlcals wish to save tho coun
try from being further disgraced by his
presence at a foreign court. Is not I
time that luch vagabonds should bo put
under penitentiary durance instead of be
Sng tent abroad in official capacity to ren
dw the great republic an objoct of con
tempt and rldlculo?
THE LAST BIG STEAL.
TJm Sftost recent act of larceny per
ffarpaa bjr lb thimble-riggers who sur-
Before I lie war.
Alabama ... 7,tli:,000
Arkansas . ... 'j,os.'l,lTlt
North Carolina . 12,(W!i,'Jl.'i
South Carolina .. 4,lu7,ti:8
Virginia V 18,111
Total . . .$70,4 l.'i.WW
Total Incruuxe. .:!l.V-10.1
Total debt of the ten Southern
Greater iiidebteiliic-M of the
South tbau all the retof the Union g$7,7.VI,IC.'l
Hero uro fucts, million tongued, which
speak of tho robbery, profligacy and cor
ruption of tho Radical tumblobug, rap
scallion, villainy, called a government,
Soarch tho chronicles of history, and
find, If you can, in tho annals of civiliza
tion, n parallel. Says tho Rochester
At the prexent time two-thirds of South
Carolina und Arkansas are underthe hammer
in me mienu lor uciinmieiit tuxet, nmcti-cd
on a (.jlillng M'ulu of irom 25 to 75 cents on
it uu mr in vuiiiaiioii. inesc results are
the legitimate fruit of n carpet bag govern,
meiit ina ntalneil l.y Federal bayonets. If
j would recall th.i names of mj'iiio of the
iiiiiv muter 111 tliU MiirU- nf li.f,..,,.- .....
l u i, - t '!.0" .W ,jf H,mtl' Carolina,
Mi 1 u, l,,1.!' u,,0Fk "r Ut'WKla, Who Is'
till ler Iiii iilKi ii i'i 1,1 Ca""(1" I"'"
Hee l . "i f 1 rwi,1"l'lri,.,or Nortl' Carolina,
Can tin Komi, silrv u1 C1;l',,?" r Arkansas
contingency of th, Oillleiiltv I iiV. x? lUu
(V the uei.nl... it. "S1." ...'." ."""1" "I.
cent remained an I on en "i
the State , no'.l.crthrfe'iS
mug uu a
T. ll n . . . . .
. ii, nuimvr uiai llio hoiltli wants
to got rid of Federal bayonets, of her
whiskoy-sttturatod Thugs und swindlers,
wnicn no penitentiary short of that of
which Beelzebub carries tho koy will hold
or that tho wholo country earnestly longs
for tho closoof the thieves' millciiiuin.and
tho dawn of Honest Old Horace's ora?
The Grunt party Is making a desperate
uuort to carry nortu Carolina. Its lead
ing orators aro stumping tho State in ull
directions and Immense sums of money
for corruption purposes havo bcon for
warded from Now York and Washington.
ON THE WINO FROM HT. I.0UI8 TO CHICAGO
PULLMAN CARS C1IICAOO HEAT
THE LAND OF THE "11LARSTED MUTISM
ERS." St. Lawiiknci: Hall. )
Montreal, Canada, July z, 1872. ;
A fow days nftof tho Fourth, u party
consisting of Myron Ticknor, Esq., wifo
and daughter, A. N. Lyon, Esq., and your
correspondent, left tho swoltering city of
St. Louis for a cooler breeze and more
comfortable resting place. It had been n
very hot day in tho city. After taking
tbo luxurious "Pullman" at East St. Louis,
wo were soon gliding along ovor tho prai
ries, and tho soft evening air seemed de
licious. Our route was via. I. .0. R. R. to
Chicago, which city we reached on time,
early in tho morning.
POOR CHIC a oo.
Although princely buildings aro going
up by tbo hundreds und tbo sound of the
axe, saw and hammer aro heard on every
side, yet it will be many ii long year be
foro sho rccovors her former greatness.
Just at this timo tho city is anything but n
desirablo placo to visit. Tho streets aro u
continuous cloud; tho sidewalks so encum
bered with building material as to render
it almost impassible, so that tho middlo of
the street is tho principal thoroughfare.
Tho air is tilled with dust, tho sun hangs
over you liko a ball of firo, so that after a
few minutes walk you arc glad to beat a
speedy retreat beside the ruined walls of
the old depot. At 0 a. in. wo were onco
more all aboatd and off on tho Michigan
Contra), and comfortably seated in u
maonificknt parlor car,
from which tho dust was thoroughly ex
cluded; but it was hot, a most torrible
day. When tbo cars wero in motion it
was bearablo, but when 'at rest it was tor
ture Just beforo sundown wo reached
tho Grund Trunk Junction, u littlo way
this sido of Dotroit, where wo changed
cars, and a ride of sixty miles brought us
to Port Huron about 0 p. in., whero wo
left tho train and crossed tho river on tho
ferry, and stepped ushoro in Samla, on
tho sacred soil of Canada. A train of
Pullman sloopors wero awaiting us and
wo were soon again en route. After
passing a very uncomfortable night, the
boat being quito oppressive, wo
ARRIVED AT TORONTO
early in tho morning. Hero u largo por
tion of our tourists left us fur a trip by
steamor to Niagara Falls and back, a very
pleasant jaunt, nnd which can bo mado
for three dollars from Toronto to the fulls
and island. "We paused another vory un
acceptable day, notwithstanding wo wore
going through tho northern part of Canada,
tho heat being fully us powerful ns in St.
Louis. At 2 p. in. wo
where wo left tho cars to make the remain
der of our trip viu. St. Lawronco river to
Montreal. The depot of tho Grand Trunk
was two miles from the town, but you find
plonty of conveyances ready to convoy you
to the hotel for twonty-tlvo cents each,
Canada monoy. And hero let mo glvo
your readers who intend making a liko
trip a little good advice, nnd that is to
provide thomsolves with Canada money.
Not only bills, but postal currency, which
can bo bought at a less prico in the banks
and broker's offices in tho slates than in
Canada. "Wo provided ourselves beforo
leaving St. Louis with somo American
silver, for which wo paid ton por cont.
premium. At Kingston wo found it was
worth no moro than greenbacks, which
wero llftoen per cent, discount. On our
lust run through this section of tho coun
try, about llvo years sinco, our silver
passed as their own. Sinco then they havo
changed their currency from six-penccs,
shillings, ifcc, to twenty-fire, ten and flvo
cents, und although their pieces nro lighter
than ours yet thoy will not takoun Amor-
icun quarter for our twenty-Ova cents.
"Why this is thus wo cannot say, but we
know from experience that it is so. Can
adn monoy can bo bought in tho slates for
ubout twelve por cent, premium, und is
tho only kind a tourist ought to travel
with in this
unless ho profor to bo flayed nllvo; in
which case ho can bo accommodated by
producing his groenbucks. Kingston, at
tho hoad of tho noblo St. Lawronco, is one
of tho oldest towns In Canada. It was
commenced by tho Fronch under
HE COUKCELLKS IN 1072,
two hundred years ago, und wo should
Judge was finished tho samo year. Tho
nouses aro nearly all built of stonn and
present u vory anclont nppcaranco. Tho
Indian nainool tho town was "Cutaracqui."
The Urst fort was built in 1073 by tho
t rench und was altornutoly in possession
o the trench and Indians until it was do
s royod by tho expedition under Col.
Ml into tho hands of tho Kngll.h, from
whom it received its present name
Kingston is ono of tho most important
uiiiiiary posts in panada, a largo garrison
bolnu posted horo ut all reasons in tho
TWO ROUND M0RTEI.LO TOWKIIW,
ono of thom being cntlroly surrounded by
water, guard tbo entrance of the St. Law-
enco. No doubt in olden times they
wore sufficient, but ono shot from any or
tho Mound City monitors would mako a
good-sized brick yard whoro tho towers
now stand. Kingston contains ubout
11,000 Inhabitants, but with tho exception
of Its smooth hard roads for driving, tho
fort and an immenso
(St. Mary's,) wo saw no places of Interest.
Tho principal hotels nro tbo Nortli Brit
ish and tho Anglo Amoricnn. Our party
put up at tho formor and found fair ac
commodations. Tbo old English stylo of
living, viz: Breakfast nt eight, lunch ut
one, dinner til seven and supper ut nlnu is
still in voguo here, and nt all otbor points
in Canada. A littlo moro life thnn usual
was being galvanized out of tho peoplo
while wo wero thoro, on account of tho Or
ango demonstration that wns to toko placo
tho noxt day, nnd which wo havo sinco
learned was tho largest turn out of tho
kind over held in Canada. In our next
wo will givo you nn account of our trip
down tho St. Lawrence. J. U. K. T.
John G. Saxo, tho poot, has nnnouncod
his intontioti to tako tho stump for Gree
ley. "1 would its soon steal tho money out
1 right as to take it in that way," was tbo
prompt reply of un honosl North Carollnla
lawyer when offered a $l,C0O sinecuro by
one of Grant's agents for his iuflunncc nt
tho approaching election.
In his speech at Greensboro, N. C.(
on the 17tb, Secretary Boutwcll said:
"Wo aro advised to clasp hands ncrois the
'bloody chasm mado by tbo war. I pro
' tost against this advice." As if to mid
zest to tho secretary's protest, on tho snmo
day a party of Grunt men in Raleigh
mobbed two colored men who had appear
ed in u liberal procession nnd drove them
from tho town.
Tho Erio Railway Company havo
docided to repudiate tho $21)3,000 of scrip
nwurded in 1800 to the holders of preferred
stock in lieu of accumulated interest duo
on their certificates.
Senator Thurman predicts that Gree
ley will secure two hundred electoral
votes without counting Ohio.
Twonty-Fivo republican papors in
Pcnnsylrania oppose tho Grant stato ticket.
Senator Henry "Wilson will spend a
week in Indiana, commencing at Rich,
uiond, August 2d.
Hon. J. S. Bolcr, of Mason county,
Indiana, was nominated by tho republi
cans for senator for the thirty-sixth dis
rict, and Hon. N. W. Branson, of Menard
county, as representative.
t It is reported that A. T. Stewart has
givon $30,000 to aid in tho election of
Secrotury Dolnno und Commissioner of
Pensions Baker go stumping North Ca
rolina on Monday next.
South Carolina has been cursed by n
Treasury Ring, which tbo bonost Republi
cans of the Stato organized to overthrow.
This is tho kind of reform which theSouth
nocds, and several of tho Northern States.
Tho irresponsible carpet-bag Govern
ment of South Carolina has run the Stuto
in debt 22,480,610, and left tho Treusury
without n dollar.
(From the Uiitl-li .Medical Journal.)
The true cauio of sick headache lies
doep in tho pationt'a idiosyncrasy, and is
developed by many causes. Tho advico
then, to sufierors is to give us much tone
as they can to their ncrvos by adopting
all those methods which expenenco bus
shown to be good, and thon avoid us far
us practicable, all those causes which aro
known to excite an attack. I need scarce
ly describe n sick heudacho how ono
rises in the morning moro doad than alive ;
perfectly unable to swallow tbo smallest
particle of food, nnd often perhaps actually
sick; how tho head throbs, and thu pain
increuso by tho slightest movement ; how
speaking or doing Is u burdun bovond
bearing ; how ono prays to bo loft alone in
tho utmost quiet, so that ho may, if pos
siblo, sleep. To other persons the sufferer
looks extremely ill, very palo, dark uround
tbo eyes, nnd with contructcd pupil. To
himself his head feels hot, und tlio applica
tion of cold feels refreshing. The clam
miness in his mouth, tho nausea und gen
eral gastric disturbances uro secondury,
and have no connection with any impro
per moal, and thus is in no way rollevcd
by tho too frequent nnd Ignoruntly admin
istered purgativo. This is not noeded, nnd
lias no good result. Tho only remedies
which uro of nny uvail nro tlioso which
act on tho nerves, such as ton und cofleo;
or, after tho stomach is quieter, und tho
moro urgent symptoms havo passed off, u
little wlno or ummonin. If tho headache
tako moro tho form of hemicraniu, then
remedies nro occasionally useful, us tho
local application of bisulphide of carbon,
or galvanism, und internally tho bromido
of potassium. This is tho on v drug which
1 u.1v0 rcaly seen to bo sorvicable.
hilst tho nausea oxists and tho worst
symptoms prevailed, oven this rornedy is
of no avail.
A writer in the American Farmer. Bal
timore, gives us tho following relative to
tbo weeping willow (Sulix Bubylonicn :)
About tho year 1710, Pope, whilo pass
ing his timo ut his villa. Twickenham, on
tho Thames, where, by tho wuv, tbo Princo
of Wales, subsequently Gcofgo II., and
other notables, woro oft attracted by Its
beauties, received from a friend who had
just returned from the vicinity of Smyrna,
not vory distant from tho ruins of Baby
lon (on tho willows of which tho Hebrews
whilo captives, had hung their harps), t!
present of it box or tigs ; In tho box was a
twig or scion of a trco then unknown to
Englands soil; this twig ho planted nt
Iwickonhaiii, and carefully watched and
tended its growth till it beeumo u tree,
with Its pendant bronchos gracofully
bowing to tho saluto of ovory passing ze
After tho pool's death, Sir William
btanhopo became tho ownor of Twicken
ham, und in 177C, during our war with
England, a twig of this willow was brought
to America by a young English oitfor
who, with others, hud counted on particip
ating in tho pleasures of funning thoir
Amor can estates, after having subdued
tho "i nnkces. This young officor, whilo
engaged on tho part of tho English urmy
"wrrJu"70? 111,1 n" aiu-do-cump to tlm
Clllet KlIL'llall n.iiniminl.. mi..
i.x.. .t " J ; vivi. vim vjiiii-
ton, then formed an acquaintance with
V,0".01" Washington's step son, John
1 arko Custls, who ut that time was one of
vynsiiington-g nlds, und was ulso engaged
LmX0'1 x? U"K7 of trueo !lwn tbo two
fre, i M.UlUlll C8U'om succeeded these
fore th. liimT101 "nJ a 8l,ort tl,no ho'
lore tho British evueuated Boston, in tho
spring of 177C, lids disenchanted ofUcor
preicnted tho twig or scion to young
Custls as a token of friendship. Cuslts
thon innrtloJ, und owning an cstato in
Abingdon, Virginia, planted It near his
house, nnd it grow to n treo and became
tho progenitor of nil tho weeping willows
OPINIONS 0K ORANT.
" No man can hold ofllco utidor Grant
nnd maintain his self-respect,1' said Forney
n year ngo.
" Grntit bns no moro cnpubllity than n
horse," said Fighting .too Hooker, n short
"Ho Is not fit to govern this country,"
wero Stanton's dying words.
"Thoru nro sixteen weighty reasons
why Grant should never bu President,"
wrote Colfax in 18C8.
" Ho lias no moro soul thnn ndog," inld
Ben Butler, less thnn h year ngo.
" Ho is not controlled" by constitutional
law, but by political rings," says Trumbull.
" His San Domingo business stnmps him
ns n first-class conspirator," says Govornor
"Ho is making money out of his posi
tion, nnd that's nil lie cares about it," snld
Senator Curpcnter ton Herald correspond
ent. " He is a man without sufficient know
lodge to preside over n caucus," said Logan
The International Prison Congress,
now in session in London, will bu tbo
means of furnishing tho English philan
thropists with many valuable facts concern
ing reform and industrial schools. The
American dolcgatcs present appear to bo
doing most of the talking, and members of
tli convention from oilier countries uro
deeply interested In thoir statements,
which show that tie system of treatment
adopted in theso schools in this country is
fur in advance of anything of the kind
over attempted abroad.
From tho returns of tho census of 1870,
it nppears that tho number of women who
work in trades, professions, etc., has stead
ily increased sinco 18C0. Of our 30,000,
000 people, only ll'.SOD.OOO aro engaged in
production. Of these, 1,000,000 aro women.
Of those from 10 to 10 Years old. onc-thlrd
nro fcimilos; from 1C to 60, tho rntlo of
producers is six men lo ono woman; and
from 00 upward it is twelvo to one.
Most peoplo will bo surprised to learn
that only 1,000,000 persons nro engaged
In trnilo nnd trnnsportntion, and that this
is un increase of 55 per cent, sinco 18W,
when thoro woro only f.00,000.
Our Homo Advertisers.
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Sr& u.uu Ci.ni((nments. 5(
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frt'iHhtn lo all points nnd buy and
veil on commitmun,
WrUunlnow uli-nilfil to iiniinpllv.
Z. I). MATH UPS.,
K. C .I'll I
Commissi on M e k c h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
X. OS OHIO i.kvki:.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Hucctwors to&tratlnn, Hudson A- Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DBALEE9 lOST LIME
Ckment, Plastkr Paiuh,
Comer EIkiiIIi Nlrcvt and Ohio I.vr
Goneral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. .M. WlLMAMrt, .lAH. Kl.NW.KY,
Lain of Vlckiliur,MiKi. Lutw ol Ciu'li,
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
SPECIALRAIMtOAD, STEAMBOAT AND
vonwAUDi.Na a.nii commission
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. PULLIS k SON,
(KucecHimrs to John II, Hillli,l
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
Our Home Advertisers.
JAMES KVN ASTON,
llulcher isml Drislerln nil kind Frcwli
Cohmr NmtrrtKTH and I'urua KiKttTf,
Buy ami "laughters nnl) Ihn rcry drat entile,
hngn nml "hicp, ami m iripnrcd to nit any !
nn ml for frph incut from ot.n pound to ten
IliiiU'und petunia. ilec'MI.
AND liEALCR IN
FRESH Mi; AT,
EtoiiTii Strkkt, Bktwkkn Wahiiinoto.v
Adjoining Iti'lrnliiiiiHe hikI llatiny'ft.
Keep "in heat or llccl, fork, Mutton Vml.
LhiiiI), SftUxo, etc., ml nro prepnrtil lo inre
cltimna In Iho moat iwceptahlH mnnner.
J A I It . ILLINOIS.
AUu, krrp lou.ltntljr on linml a tnoit eum
plrt utock of
score ii ami) ir.isit whiskies
, - III N 8,
Port, Mmlerla, Sherry and CittnwLa'W ines
R.IMVTII A CO. i.cll eiclualteljr for ra.h.lo
, which fnct llii'T Iniltn thn impPcUl alien
Hon ot c1oh lmritlii bu;ra.
Special attention given to Filling Order:
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits it Nuts,
No. 134 Coinmercial-ave.,
WINKS A.I IS I.IUUOUM.
F. M. STOUKFLETH,
ureiMoi to roHLt a tTocariim
Itr.'llljrr nml M'lmlrxnlr) Itt-Klfr In
t'orrlirn nml Isoinmllc
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 02 Ohio Levee,
, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
HLkM p.on haml onulantly a full 'lock ol
Ol.l hrutuclr llourton, Hyp anl Monoinca
icl, Whi'klp, Krench Hrainllea, Holland oln.
Rhine ami California Wlnea ImiVJil
MIKHIMLr iU ULTAIL Mil. IK IM
Anil proprietor of new mul iicmliil
No. To mini i.i:vi:k.
Keep-, con. tniilly on huml tin- choicc-t of
Wine nml l.fiior, which hi- will oll at the
very loet Hure.. Cull ami examine.
SCHHlw.riflMaSCS. l 2
5f?1 5 IV I irzli&'n
For Salo at Wliolesalo c Retail
COltNEIl 32D-STHEET AND OHIO LEVEk
niTlltt 1. UAMRl.K
Henry II Meyer. William Stoncr.
METER k STONER,
House, Sign nmlHIeatnlioat
' Decorating' In Oil or Water Colors ; Kalzo
in in iil' uml I 'in u.f llf.i.i.ii.. i:r.inli. ,.i
Maihluliiij' or every ik-,eiiitlon ; (!lliilnr in
every tyle, plain nml ornamental.
I'aitleiilaraltentldii palil to (ia GIMIiil'.
Orders eolk-lteil for .Scenery, Fresco ami
llannei' I'alntliiL'. h'l.in.vciiiu uiiu. n..r.i.
(lllil, I'laln nml ornaineiital. ' '
un at tun fchnp anilexamimi our work
(llil llcturi rciiuwc-il or copied, hiitl-lai-
tlll i III tlltllliW Lll
JST All work outi iisiL'd lo our care will lie
pininptly attemled to.
Shim In Tlioiii'i.'. ..I.I ti..,,,i .1..
lorry Mouse, cornel- Coinincieial nve. and
Stli (.tieet. 7.1,1 ,,
NEW LIVERY STABLE
iiktwkk.v wahh'.v avknuk and walnut
Dr. 1). K. FlchU InfurmH the piihllo that he Imi
h I v e ii y s r a li l
on tho norlliHCit side of Tenth street nn named
Ilia Slahloa will ho furnished with nono but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the puhlio may no ni-coiiimodalctl nt ull houra
kst Trims' '" "fft ,6"" " "1B ,,0W
Dr. I'leltU naka n tthue ol puhlio natrnitiK.
am will endeavor to merit It by'fair deal ' 'S
Htrict(.tleniiontohiisine. -m. mm
mJUDI WOOD I WOOD 1 1
TheimderaiKne.1 will furnish
HARD AND -DRY WOOD
An IJIirit)), II not ( lioier
on 1m 5kii!!',00,l.,1l,",c!'.1" c"lro' I'e'vo onlcrs
,,l i U" ui, ",u I'otollk-o and nt Ross,
w. r t.0." c')'"relul iiVDiiuo, between
Uiilli anil twelfth, btrects, Cairo. Illinois. I
hi? fVi00 "'re uuil willconl the wood
ui) II tlciilrud,
uB10.tr DENNIS JIALEV.
Our Homo Advertiacrg.
WTOVtJS. TIMWAME, CTf,
A. HAL LEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tiu an.l Hollow .Ware, Clothes Wriniteri Tulle
Ware, Coal lloda, FlrtHhoTels, Air (lam.
TIN ZINC, COl'I'EK AND HUKKT
No. 16(5 Washington-avenue,
rrtoollnic. Guttering, and all kinds of in
urk doneat ahoitet notlrti. (el.ldif
AltE UNDOUIITEDLY TIIK
CHEAPEST TO Hl'Y'
HEST TO USE?
EASIEST TO SELL
And never fail to
IMVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
in any ani7ai.l localitim.
SOLI) IN l'AST THREE YEARS I
Km) atoru ollere.1 la a proof that lh
IS DOING MOKE WORK,
DOING IT HKTTEIi,
DOING IT O.I.MOKEH,
DOING IT AT LESS EXPENSE
than any other Cooking filote matie.
OLI) IIV EXCKLSIOR MANU'rrj. COWrANV,
Wholenale Dealer in all kind of TINNERS'
STOCK ; and by all lire Store DeaVrp, like
C. AY. HENDERSON,
V Coniii;rrciil Arrnue,
' si x .t TV
BEBRWABT, 0RTIi:& CO.
130 COMHKRCIAL AVKXUB, CAIRO, I LI..
STOVES, TIN WAKE, HOLLOW
l'UMPS, 11.0 WS,
W ATKIl COOLERS.
"W X 33 CLOTH
fcr Window feerecni,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Ac. -4
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Siiket iron & Coitkr Ware
.Solo Areata for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Movkaulk 1'oint Stkkl Plow
Gray'h Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
HCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a nr euro lor amoklng clilmnlg
CAIRO CITY COAL
(a prepared to wipiiljr cuatoinor with Iho Us l
PITTSBURG AND ILLIN05S
nVJSJSJ6'1 l ldr Uroi. oo, TO OHIO
KJ LEVEK, or at Iho Coal Tard below tbiet,
Charlea Hole . will nwiln nromnl ji.il.T '
'riiw 'pun ...n . ....... -T. li 1. J7
.. vw --mwi a ava " will v
o steamers at anf hour.