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fJPHB OAIKO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 81, 1878.
Turn titbit of tho Presbyterian church
and society will - he,d lhil en,n8
tbe parsonage. A very cordial Invitation
it emended to all. 10-3l.lt.
Fiui assortment or ladles' ftu el O,
Kit. Mb. Thayer ab a Lecturkk.
Rev. U. 8. Thayer, pastor of tho Presby
terian church of tbU city has In courso of
preparation, a lecture entitled "Self-made,
or the Roy si Highway" which he cipccts
to deliver before lyceuras, Instltues and
associations. Tho literary associations of
several of the larger town of Southern
Illinois have already engaged Mr. Thayer
to address them lomctimo during tho win
Mm. Frank Uaefela bat opened a meat
market on Washington aronue next door
to Tenner's grocery itoro, botween Tenth
and Elerenth streets, to which ho invites
the attention of the public. Tho best of
meat of all kind kept constantly on hand
and delivered to any part of the city.
Market open morning and evening overy
Laroe stock oldry goods atO. Uannv'
A auoo-TioK. Inasmuch as Rev. Mr.
Farr has been assigned to Mound City,
and bv this asslcnment of the Cairo mis
elonery to other fields of duty, greater
labor devolves upon the great religious
organ, therefore we suggest to tho M. E.
conference the appointment of tho ltev.
Turney to the missionary field of Cairo
believing that bis scholarly attainments
and great ability will adapt him to the
work of evangelizing the sinners of'
Cairo and vicinity. Many Citizens.
Wanted. Fifty track-layers, 200 scc
tion men on the Cairo and Vincenncs rail
road ; wages $2 per day for track-layers,
and SI 75 per day for section men ; steady
employment for good men. Board $4
per week on the boarding train, which is
run by the company. Transportation free.
Corner Third street and Commercian ave
nue, Cairo, 111., or to the foremen on
the work. IO-29-tf.
LAROiitock of prints at C. llanny's.
Mr. Black, of the City Shoe Store
bat returned to the city, having purchased
a, verv lari-Q stock of fall and winter
boott and thoes, which ho Is now dally re- I with tho twining woodblno ? Politically,
!t I but no nersonallv. thus would we have
Voboot dnniet that tf you would bav
oysters by tba plato, ttewod, fried, roasted
raw or on the half-shell, by the dozen,
can or barrel, there It only one place In the
cly where you can get tba freshest, Juiciest
and best. That place by common consent
la the Thalia Oyster saloon, at the corner
of Twelfth itreet and Waslngton avenue,
and, while there, If you thould chance to
call for a glatt of St. Louis lager ; a glast
or wine, natlvo or foreign, or something
of a stronger kind, your own good taste
ill testify that Jaockel keept tho best.
Then go to the Thalia, call for wbat you
want to eat or drink, and if you are not
more than satisfied, overybody will say
that you must charge your dissatisfaction
o your own depraved last, tf.
Blum A Am son have received the see.
ond Installment of tholr largo ttockof fall
and winter Roods and offer them to cus
tomers at greatly reduced prlcos, having
mado their purchases sinco tho lato de
cllno in wool, which enables thorn to offer
drcssgoods, flannols, shawls and all woollen
and mixed good nt twenty per cent, be
low previous prlcos. Shawls which
brought $8 a week or so ago aro now of
fered at $6. Thoy call particular attention
to tholr stock of boots and shoes, among
which may bo found a handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's shoes of tho
hest mako and latest styles, all of which
will bo told remarkably cheap. All the
now styles of dress goods, shawls, wraps,
nd an iramenso variety of notions, rib-
ns, etc , will be found on their shelves.
Larch slock of notions at C. Manny's.
Personal. Mr. Uarger and bis bride
arrived in tho city yesterday from tbeir
home at Watertown, New York. Mr.
Hargor is a brother of Mrs. Coan, and is a
Gov. Bross addressed tbo people of
Carbondalo last night.
A. H. Irvin yesterday sold two lots,
corncrof Fourtconlh and Poplar streett,for
Rev. Tbayer is to lecture this winter,
lie will, wo havo no doubt, bo successful
in this now Hold.
Mr. Oberly will open his Greeley
mouth at Thebes next Saturday night.
Would we be deemed tarcattical if we
were to tay, largo cbunkt of political wis
dom will doubtless roll out of it.
John Barton of Carbondalo, was in
the city yesterday, ilo contemplates the
situation complacently. He thinks bo has
us, and that bo will keep it. Where now
is tomo good old soul to glvo us consola
tion and assure us that John is about to go
"GO, BOTS I"
THE HINDOO VOTING CHARM.
A DIABOLICAL RADICAL SCHEME.
Mr. Black his selected his goods with
his usual caro and taste, and guarantees
his friends and patrons who may call upon
htm, a first-class article. Mr. B. bav
ins; met with such good success in intro
ducing ladies', misses' and childron's cus
tom made thoet of Brolaski make, has
made arrangement with tbe above gen
tlemen tor a line of their gentlemen's
and youths' band made boott and shoes,
to which ho ivites- the attention of the
gentlemen of Cairo. 10-19-tf.
Police Court. 'Squire Sban' -!
ministered justico to an array ' some
half dozen petty offenders yesterday.
C. O'Kourke, drunk, fined $1 and costs.
P. McDermott, drunk, fined $1 and
Bill Hamilton, for making hit bed on
tbe street, discharged.
Charles White, drunk, had no funds
and was sent to jail for six days.
Alfred Peters, vagrancy, fined $5 and
costs, was sent to jail for ten days.
Thomas Gannon and Pat. Twining,
drank, were fined $1 each and costs, which
-tilarry Rapp, for rapping a fellow,
sinner over the head, was fined $1 and
costs, which be paid.
Frank Cox and James Bradley, for
fighting, were fined 5 each and costs.
Sent to Jail for six days.
Brevities.-" J, A. Jones of tbe
National Stale Lino, hat purchased Leo
Kleb s bouse on Sixth street for $3,200
There are six hundred and forty-eigbt
names registered for tbe south precinct.
Tbe engine "Delta City," from
Waterford, N. Y., arrived in Cairo jester
Tbe wharfboat of Linton & Orr is to
be placed at tbe foot of Tenth stroet,
where these gentlomon propose to build
Tbo trustees of tbe Cairo property
company aro about to commence tbograd
ing and paving of tbo wharf from tbe
ttone depot down.
Jewett Wilcox, writing from St.
Louis to Henry Candce, says: "Small-pox
very bad here. Sixty-eight deaths lust
week, and over four hundred cases."
A man fall into Phil. Howard's cellar
on tho leveo Tuesday, and was soriously
injured. Cunningham, in his wagon, con
veyed the unfortunatoman to tho Sistor's
hospital where be now lies.
A sociable of tho members of tbo
Presbyterian church will bo held at tho
house of Mr. Thayer to-night. Tho la
dies have taken some pains to render tbe
evening entertaining and instructive, and
a rare, good time is anticipated.
Aboat a week ago Mr. Henry Candee
was called upon by a gentleman who In
quired if Mr. Candoo had any umbrellas
which needed repairing. Mr. Candee had
an umbrella which needed repairing, a
very handsome umbrella, which he placed
in tbe umbrella mender's hands at once,
with the assurance from that gentleman
that it would be returned to the owner in
a very short space of time. Some six
days havo elapsed, and as
tbe tight of his bandsomo umbrella
has not blessed Mr. Candoe's eyes since,
he Is forced to tbe reluctant conclu.
ion that be was sadly "taken in" when
Jilt umbrella was taken out, and that the
jplMiflble gentlemen who wat to mend hit
viviix, wiumij stuie iv. no
is utile experience for the benefit
le who mav have umbrollat
but no personally, thus would we have
Hon. Dr. Casey and Col. E. B. Wat-
kins will address the people of Cairo on
tho issues of the day, on the evening of
the Sixth of November. The Colonel tayt
be selects the night after election because
be it a reformer, and it it tbo duty of a re.
former to scold the people if tbey do not
do at he wishes them, and pat them on tba
back if they do.
It it tuggeited by the famous "Many
Citizens" that Rev. Turney bo employed
missionary in Cairo, by the M. E. con
ference. If Turney would turn his atten
tion to a more profitable business than
Methodism he might suffer spir.tually, but
be more prosperous in tbo flesh. Turney
a remarkable man. He is a practical
printer, and one of tbe most erudite young
men in tbo country. He is a German,
Latin, Greek and Hebrew scholar, and,
although somewhat eccentric in his relig
ious conduct, it, we have no doubt, a faith
ful follower of the Lamb. He preaches a
first-class sermon, and if cultivated a little
by tbe church, would in all probability
become one of its pillars.
Tbe Liberal meeting last night at tbe
Atbeneum was well attended, and tbe
Rev. Mr. Turney addressed a crowded
house for tbe space of two hours. Mr.
Turney's speech consisted of puro and un
deniable facts, and be received
applause after applause, and convinced
bit hearers, consisting of Liberals and
Republicans, that Greeley's whole aim
was honesty and reform, and that that
of Grant and his ring was nothing more
nor less than perpetual power in office
CAN SUCH THINGS BE r
It is well known to many of our citizons
that we have in the person of Dr. Hulse,
the great Radical physician and prospec
tive Radical candidate for mayor next
spring, a remarkablo cbarm man. He
has in circulation a book containing "prac
tical recipes," which are charms of the
most wonderful kind. One, for tho euro
of bots, is as strango as it Is peculiar. Tho
horse s head is "turned toward tho tun-
rite," and, after a ceremony of tho weird
description, the "carer" "makes llireo
points towards tho east, and says : Go,
bots I" and tho bots go.
Wo regrot to say tho Radical leadors of
this city aro profiting by tho wonderful
skill of tho magician, nnd in uttor disre
gard of their duty as citizens, aro practia
ing upon the unfortunalo colored olement
of our city n charm so similar to Dr.
Hulso's Hindoo Dots Charm that it may
verv properly to called tho Hindoo
Voting Charm. After this charm has
been wrought, no person lias power to
voto otberwiso than as the man using tho
charm shall wish. This is its bad feature,
and well may Mr. Popo smile. Ho has
practiced it so successfully in this cam
paign, that he will obtain nearly all tho
voters in tho county. A lamontablo fact
this, but susceptiblo of demonstration.
The charm it worked in this way:
Hulse or Pope, takes a colored man, stands
him on all fours, turns his hoad towards
tbe sun-riso, turns up tbo upper lip, ond
takes a corn cob and rubs tho upper lip
well. Then Pope, or Hulse, (as tbe case
may be), makes threo passes over tbe un
fortunate colored man, beginning at bis
nose, going up hit foronoad, along his
back, down to his heels, under his belly to
bit chest; then strikes him three times on
tho chest with tho open right
hand. Care is always taken to
not use the left band. Then tbo slaps nro
repeated on tho right aido with tho left
hand, and on tbo left sido with tbe right
hand. On tbo left sido nine strokes must
bo givon, and as toon as tho last stroko is
givon, tho operator, Hulso or Pope, (as tho
caso may be), makes threo points towards
tbe east and says : "Go, bots 1" and then
then the colored man is suro fur tho Radi
cal tickot. This rosult is still more as
surod if the victim of tho charm is re
quired to take little salt.
Wo regret to say this charm has had a
malien effect upon tho colored men of
Cairo. It has been practiced upon at least
a hundred, and they havo, by tho cbarm,
been given power to compel their friends,
by a wish, to vote as tbey do. In this
way the Radicals aro gradually sapping
tho foundations of the Republic 1 "Go,
bots I" we fear, are tbo talismanic words
which will encompass the downfall of our
Steamer Joe Fleming, Memphis,
" Exporter, New Orleans,
11 City of Chester, St. Louis,
" Bo Ilo Memphis Moniphis,
Mary Miller, jnow Aioany,
stock of dress goods at C
black silks at C
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From tho undersigned ncr.r Caledonia
ono black mare, seven years old, star in
forehead, white snip on nose, about four
teen hands high, thod before, weak eyes ;
alto one iron gray hone, two yoan old
last June, hat not been casterated, is four
teen and a balf bandt high, largo boned,
and In thin condition, paces and trots,
Both animals bad burrs in mane and tail
when stolen. I will pay a liberal reward
for tho return of one or both, or for any
information that will lead to the recovery
of tho horses. Thoy woro taken on Sat
urday night, Oct. 20, 1872.
Call on or address ine at tho P. O. Cala-
doni, Pulaski county, III.
10-31-31- F. W. Short.
IMPORTANT TO VOTEltS.
Hon. Edward Rummel, secretary of
state, has issued tbe following important
TO ALL JUDGES OY ELECTIONS
You are hereby directed to detatch
from the pamphlet copy of general elec
tion law the page headed "Forms," fol
lowing ptige thirty-four of pamphlet, and
insert tbe following correct copy :
Secretary of Slate.
Oath to be administered to "person requir
ing his name to be entered" on the regis
ter when being revised and corrected.
You do solemnly affirm that you are
above the age of twenty-one years ; that
you are a citizen of tbe state of Illinois;
that you nave permanently resided in this
slalo during the past year, in this county
ninety days ; that you are a bona fide resi
dent of this precinct, have resided during
tbe last thirty uays Herein, at toe bouse
' street, at number
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals will be received at the
engineer's office in Jackson Tennetteo un
til November lit, 1872, for about tbree
hundred thousand cross ties, taid ties
mutt bo seven by eight inches and nine
Tbe company resorvo the right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Rkkd,
10.17d2w Chief Engineer.
Win. Eichboff has purchased tbe inter
ost of bis brothers in the above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
Furniture manufacturing business with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on band, and can war
raut every article he manufactures. He
has also a full stock of Bedttcadt, Chairs.
Tablet, Bureaus, Desks, ward robot, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and bis prices
defy competition. Sales'roow at tbe factory-
help you God.
Affidavit of "person offering to vote."
whose name la not" on the corrected reci
ter." State or Illinois, l
I, , do solemnly swear (or af
firm) that 1 am a citizen of the TJnitod
States (or, "thai I was an elector on the
1st day of April, A. D , 1818,'' or, "that I
obtained a certificate of naturalization be
foro aceurt of record, in this stale, prior
to the 1st day of January, A. D., 1870," as
the case may bo, that I havo resided in
this stato ono year, in this county ninety
days, and in tnis election district thlity
a ays noxi preceuing mis election, mat 1
now reside at the house ot , in
street, and number , in this election
district; that I am twenty-one years of
ace, and have not voted nt this olectlon
So holp me God, (or, "this I do solemnly
and sincerely ainrm," as ine rase may be.)
Subscribed and sworn to boforo ine thU
day of , A. I), 18 .
Oath to bo administered to "registered voter
who shall bo n householder." untitled to
vote at the same poll, to prove the right of
Note. This affidavit must bo preserved
and filed as required by law, See pago
28, tec. 7, linot 30 to 8C.J
I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I
am a retidentof thit election precinct (or
district), and entitled to vote at tint elec
tion, and that I have been a resident
herein for ono yoar last passod, and am
well acquainted with tho person whoso
voto is now offered ; that he is an actual
and bona fide rosidont of this election
precinct (or district), and has resided
herein thirty days, and, as 1 verily be
lieve, in thit county ninety days, and in
thit ttate ono year next procoding thit
E 11 Durfee.St. Louis,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
Steamer Belle Vernon, Memphis,
" Joo Fleming, St. Louis,
" Expottor, St. Louis,
" City of Chester, Memphis,
11 Bello Memphis, St. Louis,
" E H Diirfoc. Now Oorlosns,
" Illinois, Columbus,
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
1110 MUDDY l OAL.
Steamboats supplied nt any timo, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usunl
terms, at tho yard nt Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
H. V. OLVrnANT,
D. A. Bokkk, Qcn'l Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly
UOATS LKAVINO TO-DAY.
The fino stosmcr Grand Tower is tho
regular Anchor lino bont leaving nt 0
o'clock Shis ovenlng, for Memphis nnd nil
Tho elegant St. Joseph is tho packet for
St. Louis and all way landings, leaving
at 12 o'clock to-day.
Tho Mary Miller will leave for Now
Orleans this evening nt 0 o'clock.
Tho Jim Fisk, don't forgot, Is tho 1:30
o'clock p.m. boat for Pnducnh nnd all
condition or the river.
The Ohio rivor nt tills point is rising.
Tho big river nt Pittsburg has mado n
splendid channol to Cincinnati, nnd will
be of tome benefit to tho lower Ohio.
Tho condition of tho Mississippi is, indeed,
deplorable. It is still falling, with only
fivo feet nt Powers' island. At Dovil's
island thero is fivo feet four inches, and nt
the barracks fivo nnd u half feet nro re
ported. With this depth of wntcr in tho
channel tho Anchor lino packets can only
bring out vory light trips, The river lo
low here is getting in a bnd plight, nnd
boats nro having lots of trouble. Six feet
to Momphis is reported.
IIUM.VKSS and weather.
Business was not so good as day deforo
yesterdny, howover, wo cannot sny it was
a dull day. The weather was damp ocd
rainy during the morning, but toward
noon it cleared off, and the afternoon was
sunny nnd pleasant.
After eighteen days of trials and tribu
lalions with the sand bars between here
and New Albany Iho Mury Miller arrived
boro yesterdny, having in tow tbe new
barges No. 40 and 48 of the Miss. V. T,
Co., and brought out about 300 tons. She
was aground overy placo whero thero was
a scarcity of wator. She will fill out her
trip hero nnd continue on her way to St.
Tho tow boat John Means was coaling
yesterday preparatory to leaving for tho
Ohio. She expects to bo ablo to get away
about Sunday with her tow of iron ore.
Tbo tow boat Wm. 11. Brown laid in
port yesterday repairing her wheel, which
she damaged by backing into a pile of
rocks when sho sunk her barge of iron
Capt. Bernard, agent for tho St. Louis
Board of Underwriters, was in the city
yesterday on business connected with tbo
Miss. V. T. Co's., sunken bargo No. 33.
Capt. John S. Patterson, tho newly ap
pointed commander of thn C. H. Churchi
is in the city. His boat will remain idle
for the present..
The Aleghany Bello with a tow of iron
ore, grounded at Rush Tower just after
tbe E. H. Durfco left there.
Tho Shannon will leave for Louisvillo
We noticed yesterday an old and well
known steamboat captain loaded
down to the guards with a
cargo of mixed drinks with
out any coat on and hit pants badly rent
and looked an though tho "man with the
poker" had been about to get him. Wo
refrain from mentioning his namo not on
his own account, but for tho suko of his
Tho Exporter bad about 100 tons scrap
iron for Capt. Campbell of St. Louis.
The Joe Fleming hud a tow of ico
Nothing moro deflr.Uo has been heard
from tho Umpire but all reports so far say
that she will bo a total loss.
Tho Eckert was working at the sunken
bargo 33 at u late hour yesterday but with
what prospects wo did not loarn. Thero
is ono thing that we are certain of, and
that is if thero is any such thing as raising
tho bargo Capt. Dugan Is tho one who can
do it, for with him thero Is no such word
Frank M. Hundly, the obliging cashier
of the Illinois Central rullroad wharfboat,
wo aro sorry to learn, has been confined lo
his room several duys by a spell of sick,
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and ono-half libs. Priino
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-fi vo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymon and all
others whose business lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper ought to wear good,
heavy watcr-proof boots, can get just wbat
they want by calling on Wm. Ehlors. Ho
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
lo fit well, wear well and glvo general sat
Call and tea tbe largo ttock ot dry
goods at O. Haasiy't.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
Clljr National Bank DulldlnK.
Sfa-Hl'fcml attention pail to orders Irom siriitu
Mr. It. .Tones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of tho
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns aro
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
the public. WM gui,
A place where you can buy as much for
as you call elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUAIITKH
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
Notion Is herebv fjlvcn to the owner or
owners of the building Mutated on lot num
bered tblrtv-onc (Hi). In block numbered
tweiity--ct'ii (-7), in tliu tlr-t addition to the
Altt. . f 'xtt.t tir.itwit lintltlnfl liilln. liritl
tllc'd praying the condemnation irald build- ( T (ft-v-p t i
lug ns a imUauce, Kild owner or owner are 1 L'lou-u A
Tho undorslgncd would respectfully in
form tho public that thoy havo fitted tholr
now store house on Eighth strcot with tbo
finest and best assorted slock of
general morcbniidiso ever beforo brought
to this market, and In order
to sccuro a largo portion of tho patronsgo
of tho public,
WK AUK DKTKKMINKD TO SELL
OUR HOODS AT LOWER
NY OTHER KSI'AII.
notltied to IkiU' miM building rcmon-d or
pliu'cil in Mite comiiiioii wuniii it'ii iiu)
Uav.t from the date of tills notice.
Cairo, III-... Oct. 2U, 187'J. City Marshal.
Our stock is entirely now, nnd
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trnito of this locnlity, and consists
of Ladies, Gents und Children's
!!!( 1I -; A IX
Scaled propoals will bo received nt tho 1 3DI2."3r G-0013S,
cltv clerk's otlico until " oclock p.m., of
Tuesday, tho 121b day of November, A.D.
187'.', for furnishing ttio mnleriuls or doing
tho work, or both, for tho construction of
sidewalks us follows, viz : On tho easterly (
sido of Washington avenue, In front of lots
numbered eighteen (le), nineteen (10),
twenty (20), nnd twenty-ono CJI), In block
numbered twenty-four (24), on said east
erly sido lroni tho northerly lino of said
lot numbered eighteen (18) produced lo
the lino fixed by ordlnanco ns tho outer
oJgo of tho sidewalk constructed, or to bo
constructed on tho southerly sido of
Seventh street in tho citv of
Cairo; on tho northerly sido'
of Sixth strcot, from Washington
avenuo to Jefferson avenuo; on tho north- J
orly side of Cross street, from Washington
avenuo to Walnut strcot, to connect with .
tho sidewalk on those streets; on the,
west side of Commercial avenue In front i
of lots numbered ono (1), two (21, threo'
(3), four (4), fivo (f) nnd six (0), In block
numbered twenty (20) ; on tba south side
of Tenth street from Walnut street to
Jefferson avenue. I
Sealed proposals will also be received ns i
above, for furnishing tho material i or do-
BOOT3 &t: SHOES,
HATS fie C7V'FS.
And nil ,tbor articles to bo found In i
flr!t class dry goods and clothing establish
Wo call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
I clonks, which department is complete in
nil its details. Our stock of
is tho largest In tho city, and wo nro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlemcns' Clothing, Roots and
ing tho work, or both, for tho reconstrun-' Shoes, JIuts, Caps, nnd furnishing goods
lion or renewal oi uiu lonowing ueicnueu . .. ,..,, . , , . ,, .
sidcwa'ks, viz: On tho south side of Nine- 8ru full-v PPod to meet all dc
teenth street from Poplar street to Com-, mands at prices defying competition. As
mercial avenue; on tho north sido of ... .
Twentieth street from Ohio Loveo to Wnl- n u 10 1,10 interest of cvory ono to buy
nut street; on the south sido of of Twcn- j where goods nro chonpest and best
tieth street from Ohio Levee to Washing- ,, . . '
ton avenue; on both sides of I'oplar street I we cordially invito the public
from Eighteenth street to Division street; to call and,cxamino our stock beforo pur
on tbe south side of Division street and on ... ,. ,
THE NEW YORK
SAFE, SURE AND STEADFAST.
A JOURNAL FOR ALL TRUE REPUBLL
CANS. FOR AM, TRUE LUJKUALS,
AND AM, TRUE DEMOCRATS.
Tho Now York Evening Post, edited by
William Cullcn Mrynnt and l'arko Godwin.
encaged, bun for more than bnlf a century
maintained the same principles of Freedom
ninl l'rogrcis, through all changes of parties
It ManiN for Equal Rights; for the Dlstrl
tuition of rower; for tho security of tho elo-
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dlsguUcd under the name of protection;
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It will support Grant and Wilson because
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ue mure pininc, nun ino chances for
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City Clerk. .
Cairo, III., Oct. 28. 1872. HK!8-l0d
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NT, I.OUIH, jrllAfsOl'HI.
oner to all in want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Mack Alpacas, ,V) cents; lust what other
U'.l.l.lllln I lll..n.l....l , - .....
inns r-t 14
Fruit of the UniiM-l ' 13 "
And all other COTTONS In same projior
..dtiiiiiii i ,, ,1,1, 1 laiUS, 4SJ I'Ulll.
All Wool KimireM Cloth, ,V cents ; all colors.
iiij-egoous arc worm cents.
Fine French Merino, $1.00 j cannot be
houcht elsewhere for lcs than $1.25 and
Pure Linen Hem Stitched Handcrchics,
17) and 3.00 per dozon.
Napkln, all Linen, $!.) per dozen, and all
prices 1111 to HO per dozen.
Table Linen, r lannels, C'usslmcres, for I
Men and Uovs wear. Hosiery, Laces, Em
broideries, ShawN, Scarfs, Cloaks. IJIanket, I
and Ladles underwear, at all prices to cor
respond with the aboc prices. Our aim is'
r. l.t.ll.l IX. n Iah.. I.n.ln... I... . I.
oralily with all, selling good goods at low
prices. H'o keep no auction goods or trash
of any kind, and any article ordered from us '
not proving satisfactory can be returned at
our expense and the money will be refunded.
'We havo but
for all. and LUlirnnten Hint In In, n nv nns.
can, anil wc win senu 111cm ciiccnuliy.
II. D.MANN A CO...
EltSONAL. TICKNOR A CO., the
celebrated Clothiers, announce the In
troduction of u nlan of ordering cloth-
ing by letter, to which they call your
especial attention, Thoy will, on ap
plication, send you their improved and
accurate rules for Self-Measurement,
illustrated circular aim rnce i.isi,
with u full lino of samples from their
Immense stock of Cloths, Cassimcrcs,
Ac, &c, thus enabling parties in any
part of tho country to order clothing
direct from their house, with tho cer
tainty of receiving garments of the
very latest stylo and most perfect lit
Goods ordcreil will bo sent by ex
press to be paid for on delivery, with
tho understanding that if not satisfac
tory, they can be returned at Tlcknor's
As Is well known throughout tbo
South and Went, they havo Tor seven
teen years EXCELLKD In all depart
ments or their business, which Is a
guarantee as to tho character ot tho
goods thoy scud out.
Your orders aro solicited aud when
in St. Louis, you uru Invited to call at
the ox enslvo establishment of Tick
nor & Co., manufacturers and retailers
of 111011 and boys Clothing and Furnish
ing Goods, 001 und 003 North Fourth
street, St. Louis. Mo. Boys clothiuff a
specialty. . IM7wan
Pine Btrect, between Fourth aud Fifth Sts,,
ST. LOUIS, containing ISO rooms; having
lately uddod AO moro rooms, is now prepared
to oner to the tra"eling public tbe best ac
commodatlons. Rooms, 75 cts. to fl per
day. All meals 25 cents each.