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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1872
JOHN It ODKKf-T, Editor end I'nbllanet.
.ItlNE 10, 1872,
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'in month, by rnai
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THE DOLLAR WHIty nULLETIN.
John H. Obriy Co. havo reduced ,""
.crlirtion pne nf,h Weekly Cairo Bulletin lo
oSto&'rp-making It the cheapest p
ajatpttbllthan In Bouthern Illinois.
Mr, Munn, nnd his general utility tnnn,
Major Llnogar, nrojtislly nt work setting
tbo pegs fr.r Col. Brown
' DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
rr whr you nee that while hnt
VsstH the twsi t
A4 b the word sUomk the line,
Sreelejr an it Grata Hrtswn."
of New York j
TO TICK PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
There la pp lojhgor n iloulit tlmt Hie
Illinois Dcmootatlo . State convention will
ratify tlio Clnolnnnti convention and
No nmn liould lo sent m a dolor-ate to
tiio ltnljltnoro ronvcntlon who la not a
pronounced advocate of the policy of rat
cfyltig tlio Cincinnati Liberal movement,
1U platform nnd candidatet.
A special telegram to the Chicago
Tribune,' from Washington, says, " It Is
1 certain that General Schnrz, the night
before ho loft "Washington, declared his
1 purposo lo support Greeley, and nlo
'that ho would address the Liberal con-
1 vention, to be held thortly at Sringfleld,
' Illinois, in behalf of the Clnclnnntl plat
I form and nominoes."
We, the Liberal Republicans of the
United States In Convention assembled nt
Cincinnati, proclaim the following princl
pies as essential to just government:
DEAD INMIEK BURIKD.
1. "We recognize the equality of all
men before the law, and hold that it is
tbeduty of the government in its dealings
with the" people to mete out EQUAL AN D
JCXAOT JUST1CK TO ALL, OF
WH ATE VEK NATIONALITY, KACE,
COLOR rOR PERSUASION, RELI
GIOUS OR POLITICAL.
2. WE PLEDGE OURSELVKS TO
MAINTAIN THE UNION OP THESE
STATES, EMANCIPATION AND EN
FRANCHISEMENT, AND TO OP
POSE ANY REOPENING OF THE
QUESTIONS SETTLED HY THE
THIRTEENTH, FOURTEENTH AND
FIFTKENTI1 AMENDMENTS OF
3. We demand the immediate and ab
solute removal of nil disabilities impo.nd
on account of tlio rebellion which was
Anally subdued sovon years ago, believing
that UNIVERSAL AMNESTY WILL
RESULT IN THE COMPLETE PAC
IFICATION IN ALL SECTIONS OF
DEMOCRATIC TO TIIK CO UK.
4. LOCAL SELF-GOVERNMENT
with impartial suffrage, will guard the
rights of all citizens more securely than
any centralized powor. The people and
tho public welfare require tbo SUPRE
MACY OF THE CIVIL OVER THE
MILITARY AUTHORITY and
FKEEOOM OK PERSON UNDER
THE PROTECTION OF THE HA
BEAS CORPUS. We demand for tho
individual tho largest liberty consistent
Elmer Washburn, late warden of tho
penitentiary has been superceded in that
office?, by Major Edwards, of tho Carlin
ville 'Democrat.' The Jollet people
are very Indignant, but will, In time, cool
down. Edwards Is a fat, good-natured
man, who has unlimited conlldonco In
himself, and Is not to be sneezed at. Ho
can travel farther and pay loss faro and at
tract moro attontlon than any other
editor in tho state, with 'ono excopllon,
and wn are not tlio exception.
A radical newspaper has been at
tributing to Grant some fine sentiments
nbout hbor nnd the elevation ofthe mas
ses, found in Burke's speeches and famil
iarized to tlio public by being found in ex
tracts used ns reading lessons in our school
readers. It Is doubtful whether Grant is
a plagiarist or the newspaper mistaken,
but as the whole radical party are given
to stealing so extensively, It Is not hard
'to lielitsvo that Grant helps himself out
occasionally by stealing n well-rounded
paragraph from bettor writers than lilin
sclf. And if this is all ha takes which is
not rightfully his own, the people will
forgive him and cheerfully put In his
place n man who has brains enough to
write bis own messages and documents.
over. Cor.oL aro now worn for support
ing tho figure, and not for compressing;
tho Venus do Medici waist being consid
ered vastly mora cleirant than tho wines.
glass (Aapa, which, a lew jrenr. ago, was a
consideration with our belles.
As We havo before noticed, at the flat of
ran, mere navo been decided Innova
tions upon, the tunic, the flounces of the
skirt extending to tho waist on the back
and side-breaths, and the front furnished
with a semi-circular apron, the points of
which are concealed under the posti'lion.
A dress, recently Imported from tbo cel
ebrated establishment of Worth, in Paris,
in which this general Idea obtained, had
tho bottom of tho skirl trimmed with a
deep box-plaiting, n triple apron In front,
trimmed with fringe, and on the back
breadths of the skirt, above tho plaiting,
deep boulfanto pulls, looped with an ele
gant watered ribbon, nine inches wide.
A KECE1PE FOR YEAST. -
IFrom UliTor Optic's MiRailne.
A handfull rnsll of fragrant hops deposit in a ket
tle, Then mill a pint of Adam's air, and boll them (111
Then If vou wlili to brew gooil yenst, lively ana
sweet yon ouyhttr
Take fourpo"t",i ini-dliim-slzed, and waili Ihem
well with water ;
Divest them of their Jacket next In common
parlance itfs 'em
AneWaithru.lydigontthc eye; tliere'i dirt nn.
bedded in em.
Then make usvuntco doubly sure, nnd banish
Uy subsequently giving them another grand ablution,-
Then boil them half an hour, perhaps; of conn
your Judgment using,
Urateamthem.il youliknit beat; the method's
nf vntir fltnnlntr.
Rut whelhr boiled or cooked by steam, the pro-
can snouiu w ramu .-
Potatoes tnoJUrattly cjoKtl are heaty, logged
Then mash them thoroughly, each lump with vlf-
And put them In a vessel which leaves room (or
A cup hair titled with sugar add ; 'twill sweeten
II need the imni amount of fall; you'll And It
It e hoplnfusion (train in nexl,aplni, you mind,
Then with two quarti of water warm diluls It at
And gently keep it moving, from circiimlertnc
Never fail to bid your tihtrtyoon ll hidden depth
Then add two brlmmlngcupi ot yeait and quick
ly take occasion
The Iragrunt mixture lo .iihjeit tu luisk inauip
And when the outire iuctedlenU art nilndfd
Then givo the opportunity to rite, fti-roidlug to
In winter Md It near the Mo e, and oil renew the
In autumer place It fuHlicr ofl, tt.e ipmpcrature
i n truer
Then pailrntly the w wait, while Tune hit
lllulit it aunn.
IN atatuii ecaiiulug now and then ; nml whan ymt
iiiar in amgiug,
Anil ee iion Uh uruoe now here, now there
Vou'll feel n Ihouaand fold repaid for all your
time nml trouble,
(lit to the wind nil idle fearo; nlldoiibtn nr crit-
And when Ihn bubblen thicken fntl, and crowd
and hreal; ami ynul.li,
The yeal i prime, your toil l oe'r, auocex has
toomiog in the distance.
JAMES KYN ASTON;
- ' &
stleker atsel Ixlrln nil kleMli) rtvsla
','. . '
CokKKa NiNETptxTH ADD Pus i.m Starrts,
Jlitys nnd Iwiglili rs only the very best cattle,
hoga and sheep, nod H prepared lo fill any de
rm ml for freh meat from on pound lo ten
llintiatiil priinda. dec20tl.
:e," of tender, light, meet Vread me
Till: changes in the postal regulations
c flue ted by tho postal bill passed by con
gross immediately pn'gr to it. rloso, tako
ofl'ect Imiuodiatuly. While some of tho
changes are apparently slight, they ant of
no small importance to tho public, espec
ially to tho business community, liy tho
old law, two cent for every four ounces
or less, were charged for all isortn of
transient printed matter, snob as noa'spa
pcoi, circulars, etc. By the new law, tho
rato is now ono cent for every two ounces
or less. Printed circulars which formerly
BEERWART, OltTH & CO.
180 CoMMEHCIaI. AVENVC, CAIRO, Il.I..
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
fcr Window bcreene,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&C, iiC, &C.
CRADLES, &c, At.
ANi rnHntilHctiircr" nf
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tik. Siibet iron & Copper Ware
t'ole Agent for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES, .
Uuio'st MovKAiii.v. Point Steel Plow
Gkay'h Patent Coai. Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEA RS,
hCANTLIN A COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORK, MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
trrantcd a Hiirti cure lor imoklng ililinnie
cost two cents postage, nro now sent
with public order, for the stato self-gov- through tho malls for one cent. The now
ernment, and for tho nation a return to ul ttUlMorjZ0(i y the lilll, will
the methods of peace and the constitn- , , ,
tlonal limitations of power. 1,ort,.v 1,8 ls?ued from tl,P ,,Uch
TRUi: AN PREAVIUMU." partiiient. Thcttu cards can be used for
5. The civil service of the government printed matter, brief letters, business
has become a mere instrument of partisan communications etc., and will be provided
tyranny and personal ambition, and an on ono side with a stamp and lines for tho
object of selfish greed. It is a scandal . . ,, . on . ,tb ... ,,
and reproach upon freo institutions, and , . , , ,
hA. . i it , . .1 for the letter. Tbo card will cost one cent,
breeds a demoralization dangerous to the
perpetuity of republican government. und wiU Me come largely Into use
TUEBEFokca WISE DEMAND. ttt oncei from itj cheapness and convo-
C. We therefore regard r THOROUGH nlence as a means of postal romuiunica-
REFORM OF THE CIVIL SERVICE tion.
u one of the most pressing necessities of
tbe hour; that bonesty, capacity and fldol- The sparrows imported from Europe to
ity constitute the only valid clalni6 to pub- eastern cities to assist in tbe extirpation of
lie employment j that the offices of the fli,,,, inosiultos, "measuring worm," and
government ceaso to be a matter of arbt- otber ,maU of ltr,.( hrn iMtli, vxcol.
trary favoritism and patronare, and that , . . , . , ,. , , . , Xr .
,:, ' r , 6 ,' , lent service In Philadelphia and New
TjUDIIC statirin nernmn ncrain Ihn nrit nf
honor. TO THIS EKD IT IS IMPER- Yorl: lhc-v havo Mmo,t crtt,lie,ll(;l1 the
ATIVELY REQUIRED THAT NO "mcusuring worm," a nuifance which has
PRESIDENT SHALL BECOME A existed with Impunity for uhundred years,
CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION. The common bouse Uy tbe aversion of
TAkifi'oceutiox shoved ahide. COod house-kconers, the;penillar torment
7. We demand a system of federal taxr of wifu u)lJ the. vlgllunt enemy or the
fere with th. Indn.tev f,l,a Moi .nA ""P' tt"d (lwn0M d0ZCS f '
which shall provide the mean, necessary Puol,e' ttru P,cked UP b' 1,10
io pay tne expontei 01 ttio government, tio sparrows una uovourtu wltuoul mercy
economical l tr HflmIn!A(nrr . ttin nonitnna I
the Interest on tho public debt nnd a mod- Tll depredations of mosqultos also are
e.rate annual reduction of tbe prlncipul materially Interfered with, and these bur-
"""'i uu iiKuguuo lutti lueru are in
our midst honest but Irreconcilable dlf- zing and biting adversaries of comfort
SDMtlve V vX,r 'egArd to the ro- durlng t10 ,um,ner season find a relentless
rm - S' VkVVUUU (II1U IIVU I.,, r- l ...
iraae. t. KEMIT THE DISCUS, nnu euicicni loe in uie sparrow. All me
8ION OF THEM TO THE PFOIM K ..
IN THEIR CONGRESSIONAL DIS l,rc')RraUo" "ecc4,lir- wM
oWai&oI01 k- blr',, ron,1,u ln p,8ClnB l,0,"cl on the lop'
FREE OF EXECUTIVE 'iNTEitFER- of the ,ttr8clt tree in " town or clt.v
BNCIf AND DICTATION. " " The.. lal;u ..osjcslon of them und Immt-
HO UEfLUIATION. ., ,
8. The public credit inuit be sacredly d,lll1y bngln their work of extermination,
maintained, and we DENOUNCE RE- 'r spread over the entire country
PUDIATION in every form and guine. would bo a much greater blessing than
KIKU OF TIIK TRUE METAL. the national debt.
0. A SPEEDY RETURN TO ... - -
SPECIE PAYMENTS is demanded FASHION nnlH
alike bv the highest consideration, of com- .MUUi UUfcMI.
mtrclaf morality and honest government In dressmaking, u uotleeablu reform Is
A WORD TOM TUB NOI.DIKR UOH. l10 ipoof the shoulder, and the llttlhL'
: , .' urcstes n
74 OHIO. I.KVEE,
Whnleialn and Retail
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull .tock of I'ure irui ami
For the season : alto & full line of
And I'alntnri Materials generally.
and iirina in
Eiohtu Street, Between Wahiiinuton
AND COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Atljaisslac Ki '.tcahouae asad Ilatiiiy'a.
Keep the bet or Deel, Pork, Mutton Vea
Lamb, Sauaage, etc., -nd ara prepared to stre
citizens In the moit acceptable iniiaor.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
IRC Commercial Ave., near Atheneum.
Keep an hand a good ajsortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES,
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children'. Gaiteris and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they soil at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
Titer are alto prepared tu mpply Ladle and
Gentlemen with the BEsr UK UHUP WUKK, at
KUtei thatdehr couwetlilon. 6-1'itf
QUEEN Si GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. Oreen, i
William U (iilbert, CAIIIU, ILLINOIS.
OirfpeiMa. HtUntiuu ghra tu Admualtv and
Irani huat bulnei4,
OFFICE OHIO I.EVRE, ROOM.- 7 AND b OVER
CITY NATIONAL UANK.
FOURTH OF JULY!
Our Home Advertisers.
COMHIJMIoiv A MB rORWARBINd.
jtr--Mimtclttseu WArtcvans ts. M i
For Salo at Wholesale or Retail
UORNER 32D-BTRr.ETANI) OHIO l.EVKk
mint v. OAMULV.
Ho jou with to receive all the Lieu
SARATOGA, n. y.,
IS- ULUE LICK. Kv
Withuut the eipeiKo of a trip to those resort.
If no. annlv to UK. We receive time water, di
i irmnme iirinKn, ann are preareu to lur-
null them pure, IL'K COLLI, Freeh nnd Liielr
10. We remember with erutltudu tlm ' .."" T . "V "'auo uresie. now
of the soldiers .nd uilon of the "V , V.5l. ".u"" vul!. u,ft
public, and no net of our. shall ever T"'!, P luu l,0"t f
from their Justly earned fame, or "A.' " " ue,,lR"
a.ii . ..,...i. ... t; . .... ., 1 iiiHimuiiiHramrra urn -uve. I'lvim.
uti iphriuiui iiiufr 1'nvriuillin, I
A VAUNT, LAND KOUIIEIM J
11. Wo aro opposed to all further grants
of land to railroads or other corporations.
TH& PUBLIC DOMAIN SUOULD HE
HELD SACRED TO ACTUAL SET.
UBEKAE -OBEIUlV POLICY.
12. We hold that ll U tbe duty of the
government In iu Intereourso vrltlr foreign
nation, to cultivate friendships of peaeo
by treating with U ou fair and equal
vf r---rr. mwr u unms!in nrhni i. i
i wlt towhttii wrong.
Pll a . , ' m a fm m m M v...
Lf .fU. XItfs .til.. .
jti, lifts f iIaaa r.rtntn. ai
Alili w - - - ...
4.i1t Jl aV asai aWHaraSH V a a a uaatji IUI a,- I.IL1Z.HI1I W lit.
h'OJ' ut rMftrd to pwloui politic.) affllUtlon,
11111 llirill I'lllfr, tKiH W IVWll HUU l.lfVI)
from our counter. l'eronn llvlnit at a distance,
nr wno wiiii 10 nave uie waier in ineir nousei,
can be itipplled vrlthtjaraioga In bottle, and Blue
Lick 111 bottles, krgn and barrel'. Call and Ret
nuiruuiar iu retcaru uj iiici invuiciliai vinues ni
tne.e noted waters.
Also a complete Una ot toilet articles, I in
ported and Ameriian Hoapi,
Coether with a large aortinent of DruKni'l"
PATENT STEAM COOKING
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY".
HOME OF ITS ADVANTAGES,
ll coolcn aulckly and more thorouithlv with lei
tire than any other wav.
Food cooked the old wav loiei one-tlilrdof Itn
weight, cooked Inthlt iteam vessel, it only loea
one eighth. The tavlnga in thi WH7 Kill soon
pa) ll coil.
FOOD CANNOT HE BURNED,
It will BOIL,
more perfectly than auy utensil ued for either
purpose now iu ut.
IT IS VERY' SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
Meat stowed, boiled or broiled in this manner
t'.aa a better flavor, and In easier digested than
when cooked In the old way,
NO FEAR OF DYHFEPaiA.
It Males a first cIom Cook out ef a poor oue,
and a good cook better than before,
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT I
It is the only utensil in ue that is warranted
not lo BUKA KICK I.N CUOKINO, under any cir
cumstance. Agents make mora money selling
tuis vessel, man any article, in use, lor every in
telligent housekeeper In the country wauta one.
ANY ONE WIUHINO TO 1IUV RIOHTH OK
TERRITORY FOR THE PATENT
can call on or address
W. J. BURNETT,
C'fdfdAw Thornton'. Block, 10th st., Cairo, 111.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
I (Ml Mllea Ilie Miurleot Ituulr
rUbt) ' Mile Hie HhorlenS Roale-
NO CHANGE OF CARS
, FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR' CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FIIOM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Oetrolt, Clerelmd, Niagara Kalis,
iliirtalu, I'lltsbuig, hlnKton,
llaltlnmre, PhlliKlelphia, New Vork,
floiton and all point' east.
Mllwaukle, Janesville, Madlnon,
l.sCroiie, St. Paul and all points north
1 his U also the only direct route to
Decatur, Hlonniingtnn, Hpnugeld,
Ptorla, Qiiinny, Keokuk,
Burlington, Rock Islind, 1j Salle,
Mendota, Dixon, Freeport,
(laleua, Dubuque, flout Uity,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On all Night Trains.
Uafgage Checked mall Important point".
For tickets and information, apply to 1. 0, K.H.
depot Mt alro; ou board tne transit steamer be
tweeu Columbus and Cairo, and at tne princlpil
nllroa I ticket ofllces throughout the south.
W. 1'. JOIINKJN, Gen'l Pass. Ag't, Chlcaio.
A. MiTCHriL, Gen'l. Hup't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag t, Cairo.
SPR1NGFIEL D A N D ILLINOIS
SOUTHEASTERN R. R.
On and after Mond"ay, April 24th, 1372,
train, will run as follows:
lauvs iioino soi-TuraaT.
I.ave Virginia CAO a. rn l:3ip.ra.
' Hprlngfield 9:0 " 3:0(i '
, Taylorvllle lo.r. 6. c '
Arrive at i'ana 11.46 ' 6.17 "
7EMHS (J01NQ NoaTllrsT.
Leave Pana 4.U0 a. m .3.3o a. m
" Tavlorvllle 4.40 " 4.u "
Arrive at 8pringfleld...0.15 " ti.00 '
Leave Hprmilield n.i C.lo
Arrive ai vuginia o.u 0,1.1
T.AiNs ooinq sei'iurasT,
Leave Edgwood .5.30 h. m. .......... 10.10 p, in,
" Klora fc.fi ' 11.40 "
Arrive at Shawneet'u ft 1ft
11 Y THE
ROUGH and READY
The underrigned, Joint CommitU of Arrange,
tnents ol the above named Flro Companies, beg
nave tu luiurni iiiv pvwmb vi vaunana viciniiy,
that ther have made arrausemenla for CKLE
BRATINO THE NATIONi HIHTUDAT IN
thta It has ever been celebrated In Southern Il
linois. Kor the purpose of making the affair a
success and furnishing means ot entertainment
to all, they have spared neither time, labor nor
The celebration will begin ou the morning of
"THE FOURTH," WITH A GRAND
With Apparatus through the principal
Btreeti of the City.
The procession will he. headed by the
CAIRO SILVER CORNET BAND
rfnd will be UU'W the' direction of
Mayor Lankde.v, as Grand Marsh ai
ol the day, sssMcd by Jts. 8. fwavwr. Assistant
Chief Engineer of the Firo Department.
Immediately after the I'sM le the Boat will leave
FOR THE PIC-NIC GROUNDS,
In the Shady drove nf Kentucky opposite Twen
tieth street. Every provision will be made to
render tne Pic-nle FIIMM'LAHI In very reaped
of every description will be ou the grounds, and
dispensed by nflable and attentive caterers. Full
arrangements will be made for
3D JL 1ST O I 1ST Or ,
and for this purpose the Committee, have eugag
ed Elsenberg's celebrated 8f.no Hand.
Thz Declaration ok Independence
will fx? read bv Hon. .1. II. Oberly, and appropri
ate speeches will lie delivered by eminent speak
er, will be inlerlililed by select rnmic by the. 111.
ver Cornet Hand.
Theday's eoterlaintnuut will oouclude with
A GRAND BALL
in the Evening at
Washington Hall and Garden,
under the direct management nf thetie.t Terpsi
clioroan talent in in Fire Department.
Soveral Fire Companies from abroad hare Ixen
invited, nnd will prnbah y be present.
ln conrliitiou, and nn lhslf of the above
named Fire Coliioanies. the Committee restiM-t.
lolly lnltethe people ot Cairo and aurroanJIng
country to parliclnate in the festivities, and thus
bssiji m maxing inn aiuir a grain auv-s nml
wnrinyoi ineever giorinna i-ourm. "
TICKETJ ro Jilt PICNIC, fx;
Children accninptnled by their parents, tree.
7.. l. MATHUISS.. Ki 0 uh l
MATHU8S & UHL,
AKB EM EM A I.
Commissi on Mer o Hants
HAY AND WKSTEHN PllODUOU .
. WO. OHim LEVEE.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES,
hloO Uses, OAIBs. ILM MeiM.
Jos. M. Velrllll
II. T. Martin,
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Successors to E. B. Hendrlca. A Co.)
Forwarding and CJommiMion
ArSp LIUral Advancemesl. mad
l'aV upon CoiislgaBMnt.. mVw
Are prepared to receive, .tors and forward
freights to si points and buy and
sell on coamlaaioD,
sWIIiisineaa attended to promptly;
JOHN B. PHLLIS SON,
(Successors to John II, Chillis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, Sec.,
Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVK
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Cement, Plajtir Paris,
Corner Elghtl. Nlrcct Mat Ohl Utm,
til FT RNTKKFRIrsK;
easy play to the tirni, and rollovlii the
compressed nnd liiiinpurlng olivet of tho
detp shoulder of a fuvt year. tn. This
reform is not, strictly speaking, altogether
very lute, liuvlng heou ndnntud in Paris
several yonrs since, hut It' lias not, until
recently, found decided favor In Amorica.
The polanulsH mid basrjua aro equally
lashionaM, hut, Ir a difference in popular
Ity is lo ho oluorved, It inclines to the
polonaise, lis the more graceful and oon
vcnlcnt. The hastiuo proper, tit the
present, is not much else than a tight llt
tliif; facrjue, which nitty or may not to
belted p ut the waist, as the Werner may
liiclltio, nnd the VHrlatloiis run into the
postillion bank, the pointed fronts, and,
Indeed, Into ovorv concelvahlo de
parture from the plain round wutst. That,
though eminently graceful nnd becoming
Is ii thing of the past, or to relieved by
accessories, as to robliof its primitive sim
plicity And for tight dressing the day It
Antleetusi preventive ol Cholera, Typhoid
fever, bmall.l'ox, Scarlet Fever, Jleasels, Cat.
tie Diseasii, nd all pestilential and contagious
Pllt "l In pKitboard carious, the
op, of whig h contain iwrforatlons, from which
l can be sprlnUeii as from penner bon. Sn,
n.i. HAftCLAV HltO".
The retail price is 24 i-euta r package,
U'roceading of Hie UoTrd of Heallh-Olholal.)
nil r"ZU"t!',ot "H, Ht. Ucis.Wd May.
,.llil.'ie.'i,''IJr,nt Phyleian. stalest hat he tili
used, in the city fiospltid, the rarholu- add
powder and Hiuls It th. best dlsinfectunt at Id
dcstiuyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches, 4c, ol
which he has knowledge. Tour committee re
I'omineiiils the purcliaae of this powder for lie
in Ihn hospitals, '
llKned , It. II. O IUIIKN,
''lerk Hoard ol Ueulth,
We ate uow in roceipt afa flesh slock of
A victim of early Indiscretion, causing nervous
debility, premature dec.y.eto., haviug tried In
v.lu every advertised remedy, has discovered
simple means of atlf-ture. which b aill sari,!
flee lo his fellow aunerers, J. II, Reeves, No. 7
isusireei.new Tork. ngVw41a
Chas, Uhoeuuiuyer. Wni. Hohlck
CHAS. SHOENMEYER & CO.
All ordeta promptly attended to.
NOKTJI WEST CORNEH OV WA.HINQTON AV
ENUE AND TENTH HT.,
O.llrawer 1W3. janVtf.
0. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
Nu.7Oklt Ivee, VA1HO, ILMNUIH,
aksVHpeclal atteutlou given to tcomlgntneutl ou
HAL LID AY BROTHERS,
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents ur
Oblo Rlvr and Ksuinvsiiisi
70 Ohio Levee,
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RELIABLE QITT ENTERPRISE
IN TIIK COUNTRY I
S60 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE gifts
To be distributed in
15&th Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, 157ii.
Two Grand Capital of
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prize. $1,000 J
rive rrues quo
Ten Prizes 100
One Dorse and llnguy with Hlver-Mouuted Har
ness, worm ujii eacn.
One fine-toned Hosewond Piano, worth Itoo.
Ten family sewing machines, worth HOu each.
Five Heavy cased old hunting watihes and heavy
KCld chains worth t J each. Five gol I Amer
iusn httntlna watches woith 12S each. Ten
ladles KOld hunting watches worth 1100 each.
Elffht hundred eolil and stiver lever lttlntlni
watches, in all, worth from iiMoHK. Ldes'
gold leonline eh.lns, Bent'a Hold vest chains,
,uu uuuute iisiu stiver lauio aua lea
spoons photograph albums, Jewelry, etc,, etc.
to hole number or gilts, u.uui. Tickets limited to
Atenta wanted lo fell tickets to whom liberal
premium, will be piuil.
ncgie tickets onu dollar six tickets lUeilol.
lars; twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty-live
Circulars containing a full list of priies, ad,
acriptlon of tho manner ot drawing, and other
Information in reference to the distribution, will
be sent lo any one orderlnz them. AH letters
must be addressed to I.. IV. H1NE, Ilox, 80,
orrn-r, Cincinnati, O.
101 West Mil it. noy-wAdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized ur State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Olakh E, to he Drawn May 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
FOR SALE, rorgai. t FOR SALE,
I Fcr Bala I '
'OR SALE.J ForbUllPOR HALE.
Fare from Liverpool,
Fare from Lovdomdmrt
Fare from Glaaoow,
Fare from Qceenitown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48-20
daflord, Morns t C
Liverpool New-Tork ahd Philadelphia
CKOta COtTllCT WIT! CHIT.D .T1TI. 1B (Ittl.B
For Carrying the Hall.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvavaia laroaaitTiON
APPLY TO JOEN G. DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New-York, ar lo
Washington Avenue, Cairn, noia. 51
OOUKfS. flAMM, ETC'
. I, onu
Tickets 110 ! Hlf
a Tickets. S2 CO.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Mate, ar
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw"
infs loners r ul'rvl.sion or sworn com.
jh offlolal drawing will be published In the
oni&etsPPer"iid copy sent to jmrehaaera
We wlll'draw a similar scheme the last da of
e,i ery month during the year Wl,
Kvmitat our risk by poslnSIca money order,
registered letter, draft or express, alena for cir
cular. Address, MURttAY, MILLER CO.,
P. O, bog 2tt. ,91. Louis, Mo,
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOTS
18i TENTH TRET,
Ooora, Maulj, BllaiU. HMiasi,
Eavei Gtiltcra, (wsl) Wlssatawud Bear
rruaei, rieortsssj, it!s,
Nhluglea, uiasrMl Clasiasl Mid
Light, fllaaest TraMMMU.
Maali WalftaU. ataals Pallia ssatal Carda
asllssat rMtcalaca, ;
rait. mMssk Ccsmb, rtaalasTlac
empmw, Cssrpt rU, Wfelt
tMl, Ussasvd Oil, Aaaarlassa WiBsty
Ulaaa, Eatllab auatirrMal.
Flute Ulaaw, Putty, UbwtavHi IMati
., Etc., r fcto.
-A aajWTts tot aVock Blt 1 hpsi Ompaay'a
ZX Hheatblng Felt aad Quart. CaniMt. ,
B. W Joha1. lasproved Rooting' array a