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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1873
I4S1L IftlTHKR REPORT.
aV.2'P ' ' P
ITWUtouthweit, reloclly T mllci per hour,
eker, light rain.
Kextea&m temperature last 14 hour, at
p. tf defree.
Hiiftm temperature, lait 24 houra, at
fraraUiaf wind I ait 14 hour. west.
t Tetol aumber of mllca wind travelled, last
, Ttalrutalllut24 houra, l" Inches,
David W. Harnett. Observer.
Tifty thousand envelope? Just received at
tMJJCLUTIN office. tl
tnvelopei furnlihcd and printed at Uie
Bnura Urrics at $3 to fo per thousand
The Katta Putnam Comedy company left
su city ror l'auucth yeiterday. They win
ly an engagement of three nights l that
The place to buy wall paper and window
am la Mo. 2 Sixth itreet, opoilte Win
tera block, where you can buy cheaper
uuut any place In the city. 11. Ann:, tl
JT. let. Ward l nowpicpared to deliver the
Beit or aawed and spllthlckory wood to any
part of the city. Alw all kin liof wood and
eoal alwaya on hand. 3-2J if.
The council did not meet laat night, a U
waa atatad in Tub lti'LUtny of yeaterday
morning that It would. The meeting will he
held to-night, and thi vote catt at the elec
tloa on Tuesday canvasicd.
Jddre Droll, who has been absent from
the city for aereral daya attending to bull
ae ot Importance In matters pertaining to
the gran I lodge of OddFellowa of the state,
will probably return to Cairo to-day.
Bishop Byan or St. Louis, one of the
greateat pulpit orators of the West, passed
. .Ibnugh Cairo yesterday. He was on his
-wejr to-Mew Jcadrid, and was accompanied
(.area uie city by Father O'Halloran.
Hew slock and new atylei of wall paper,
paint, oils, window flaw, etc., etc., at II. F.
Mel' new store, Washington avenue and
ueventn street Call and ace the latest
atylei in wallpaper before purchasing else
To-nlgbt the Qui Vive CoUrie open their
eenea with a select dance at the St. Cbarlei
hotel. Extensive preparations have been
made, and those who delight in "tripping
me iignt fantastic" may rest assured that
a pleasant time awalu them.
Mr. N. Felth, tbo undertaker, propose
to "plant a graveyard" over the sidewalk
in front ol his establishment, at the corner
ol Washington avenue and Eleventh atreet.
Ward 4 Uobcrta, painters, did the grave
'yard. It Is a good piece of work.
At Messrs. Strauglm t Ulnkle'a tobacco
warehouse, this morning, a large and
plendid lot of tobacco will be sold. About
Ohhds. will be placed upon the brakes
some of it as fine tobacco aa baa been of
fered for sale In tbismarket during the sea.
He are the sole agont for the tale of Mus
eon's pure cider vinegar, made on his lann
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up In convenient
elied package! for rarully U,B( aml BVer..
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf. Cowey, Face &, Co.,
No. 65 Ohio Levee.
It Is nld that Lawrence llarrctt, the tra
gedian, tecond only to the great Edwin
Booth, will appear in this city about the first
of the month. Mr. Uarrett U considered by 1
away to be the second greatest llilng
American tragedian. We hope the report
fhla coming li correct.
ine towboat "Mary Alice," Capt. Jim
uawson cotnmandinir. left St. Louis at ll
o'clock on Tuesday, and made the trip to
i-auo ny c o'clock Wcdneaday eenlng. Tht
aiary Alice" lias In tow Ave barcei. but
otwlthatandlng this heavy load, Capt. Daw-
onaayaahe will make the trip to New Or
itana inside of five daya. If the auecerds
e&e will make excellent time.
At the aale of government hoatu at the
Mound city naval elation yesterday, the
aaonlter Osceola and one sixteen foot yaw
old for $11,000; tie MerletU and two rawl
log. 110,000; the Sandusky and two rawl
brought 118,000. The tug Mignonette told
tor $ifiO0. The Srt three bon were
o-nt ny capt. Dar Campbell offit. Louis,
nf the tug by Brown 4 Jonea of Memphis.
A light, in which a youogr man named Dan
Manahan wai atruck with a chair and had
We abovUier Wade broken, occurred at a
aown-Uwn bagnio night before last. Mana
tan had a quarrel with a woman, one of the
Inmate of the house, and was aoout to
trike her, when some one who we have
een unable to aiceruin, as aboe elated
"UUI aua wim a chair, inflicting tbe In
june wry mentioned, So far no arrt.t
mis uteo maa.
a neat eotuge and two JoU, located on
the eornerol Division meet and Washing,
ten avenue. For terma, etc., enquire at the
comer ot Fifteenth ttreet and Commercial
Teou,0 T. O Callahan.
ice ckeam saloon.
warm weatuer Is approaching the
lover ot ice cream will be glad to lern that
Meter. Saup A Clarkaoo have titled up and
refurnUhed, In elegant ttyle, their ice cream
ucirjuaminouj toda fountain has
I been put in running order, and nothlnc
llWattllna.Kn..l .L. ... .... 4
".""""t uui mo eauuiunment to malt'
uie pieaaure and comlort of thelr;patrons
Vel.. I - I t
CitVv.JL """uoiuers of the Cairo
City Ferry cwupany will be held at the con
Mu, comer Sixth .treet and ml
UT.ei.Uil. dty, on Monday, May t St
to?2?Z!tU-,t0r0u fon of elect!
ing Mvea director, to tern Ui
year,Md for general bu.lne?.!
CAIBO. HI., April 17, 1673. .,? dfj
Mr. Mo Lang on Eighth itren. .-
OfluaWcUlaxid Wwhlngton avem,. ,. '
Juet opened out a etock of new and fashion-
sue awuwery ff ooo. bhe has one Imudrr.i
t4 uly different ityleaof halt and bonnets
unufiwii BOToruseni Ol ribbons, flow-
n and uoUom ol all sorts, all of which w
fce mU t tbe loweit pricw.
A change; of considerable Importance In
recently taken plica In ;the affairs of tlie
Flrtt National bank of this city. A large
amount of the itock of the Institution hi
within a short time changed fundi, aid U
now held by soma of the bent kiiovrn aim
most prominent merchant and sufcnes
men of the cltr. Hereafter the pol'cy of tl
Vlr.l M.llnn.l will I.. Ill.nnl llUHnl tllp
J effortlooklnj to th. promotion f their Inter-
cat, and the Intercut of the cltr "HI he ail
vanced to the fullest extent efthe ability of
the initltullon. Within the rastfewmonthi
the Hock of the First .Vattonal bank hai
creatlr advanced in ralu.'. and from the
anxiety of ahrcwd bwlncis men to get hoi
of It, we Judge It U be good stock to hold
The luture of tin First National bank prom
lues to beprolitaKe to the stockholders, and
of great value so the cltizena of Cairo.
Sir. cuaies uuoningnara, rorscvcrai yeitra
assistant cashier ol the bank, has been pro
moted to the caahlcrahlp. Mr. Cunningham
la a careful and prudent officer, and with
knowledge acquired by years of experience,
will be sure to conduct the affairs of Hi
bank en a safe yet llbrr.il policy.
Capt. I). Hurd Jim disposed ol his entire
Interest In the institution, and, lu conse
qunce, retiree from the presidency of the
oank, a position he ha held for the past six
years to the adranUie of the bank, and
wild credit to himself. In retiring he car
rfes with htm the best wMies of Die oHeers
of the hank with whom he ha been so long
In this city, yesterday inornlne, at the
residence of Mrs. McBride, No. 0 Eighth
treet, Stephen 11. 1'ummcr, after an Illness
of nine ihn a.
A letter in the Centialla 'Democrat' of
Tuesday last, written by a Cairo conr-iion-
dcut, contained some good description of
the various manufactories, buildings, etc.,
ol Cairo. Except for a want of fnacc. we
would publish the letter entire Aa It Is we
have room only for the following extract In
regard to the press of Cairo:
OUR mlNTINO ESTABLISHMENTS
Are four In number. The Cairo 'Gazette' fa
published weekly, and owned by M. II. liar
rell, and has an extensive circulation
tbrougout Southern Illinois. The Job olHce
ol Afdcn A Uowen. No. !rt ni,ln"l0 ,i
considerable ol a lob business. The Cairo
Evening Sun' alto ban Us ofliee on the Ohio
levee, and la an evening dallr, having u
very lair circulation. Last, but not
lea-t, cornel The Caiko Hullbtin, the onlv
urns. T? e nave nau a Detler
opportunity ef examining The Bulletin
otace, and, in conaequence. I am better able
to describe It than any or the othen. There
are at present about twcnty-slx peraons.
menaedbayi, employed in Tiik IJulle'
tin 8job room, newa room, prcas room, and
mnuery. Having been In the office a kooiI
portion or my time, and having bad several
cuuicimium wun iue loremcn, 1
u iviiiiijccu ui we can uo as
good printing here In Cairo as can be done
anywhere In the Ilnltmi mii r.
little money. Tub Bulletin 'haa a teven
uonse-nower eaHno hunt i.v ...
SSlfvJif e ordniOno Unlvenal, and
one Cettrell & Uabcock drum-cylinder, air
spring preta. The office in run night and
; " .." cejJuon oi aunaay anu sun
POSTPONEMENT OF THE PUI1LIC
LIUIlAItY GIFT CONCERT.
It will be seen by the announcement In
our advertising column that the third gilt
concert or the Public Library or Kentucky,
which was to have taken ulace AdHI 8. has
been paatponed until July 8. This poll
penetnent haa not been occasioned, as we
are adviaed by Gov. llrainlette, by the tmall
aale of ticket; on tbe contrary, the sales
have been unusually large ranch larger
than at either ol the preceding concerts so
large, indeed, that the tlmo given by this
nlnety-day postponement will enable Gov.
llramletto to .dispose or every ticket and In
sure a full drawing without an) reduction or
icallng oi the gifts, at has heretofore been
the caie. Gov. It. sees his way so clearly
that he announce In the most potlttve and
unequivocal language that the drawing will
take place July 8, and that it will be a full
one. The owner of tbe ticket drawing the
capital gin will get 1100,000 In greenbacks
without any discount, and ao or all the other
gift. The money sufficient to pay all the
gift $WX),000 in greenbacks is already on
depoalt in the t armert' and Drovers' Uank,
act apart lor the payment of the gifts and
can be used for no other purpose, as will be
teen by the cashier's certificate. With a
knowledge of these lactt and wo do not
hesitate to guarantee their tcrupu-
lou luieimcut there. ;wll be ucb
demand for the tickets
now on band that In all probability not a
iingle one will be lott for sale weeks before
the time of drawing. There never was a
fairer or more honorably-conducted enter
prise before the public, and It hat,, as It de
sert es, the entlro confidence of our people.
It Is one ot those schemes In which the pur
chasers ol tickets feel the most positive u.
urance that the drawing will be lair, for It
will be controlled by the most prominent
aad distinguished citizen of the city and
Male, and those who draw gifts will he cer
tain to get the money the moment their
ticket" are presented. it
vitrrr fahm and oahdes spot.
The noith part of section 15, T 10, wmth
range l west, In l'ulaskl county, one mile
norm oi jiouuds' Junction, two in es kouiIi
of Villa Hldge, and four miles northwest ol
Mound City, containing slxty-llvo acres,
luuyuve oi which is improved and under
icuce, with a ttrenm ol spring water running
uirougn iue tamo.
Lpon the premises Is. a new frame house,
uuin mt year, and rour tenement
houses. AKo fruit treea ol overy variety,
iuny in oearing, ami a vineyard MO vines
in nni Hearing.
me auove premises is one of the most i f.
slrabl. fnr ,.,r,i.,i ... u... .......
. . . " B" - l""!-"- ' --"Miiiieni
Illinois. '1 itle perlect. Apply to
-1Mt W.M. F. 1'ITCIIKIt,
LAR(! KST ASSORTM HXT
LUBINS PRRFITAI flie ,b,'PlnB demand i. very light. We
1JUUUi3 J- lilt l! U 1L Hi note Bales of 8 can at 3Co sacked and del
at I cr In sacks on ordon 37c and 2 i J
SOU U ITS
VA LUAHLE PROPERTY FOR SA LE
A GOOD lJAUGALN.
n 'erj oenrab e fcUinmer residenee. .Im.
ieu in iue town of Anna, Illinois, going by
iue uauic oi tno ruin property." The
iiwo ins six large rooms, good cistern,
anu suiubie out-houses. This property is
now offered lorialeat a bargain. Terms
wsn. Appiyto C. Schick, Anna, III.
Or to . M. Faiu.n, Ulnkl.vUle, Ky.
Days of wrath I Every "male monster"
blessed with a wife and n borne, knows full
Well Jmt how much the boasted superiority
1 his sex amounts to on house-cleaning
days, when lovely woman haWng re
pented that she ever married man, proceeds
to destroy him from oft" the face of his own
premises by means of an impromptu deluge.
This 1 nothing more than tho legitimate re
sult or man's own obstinacy. Had he
heeded tho voice of reason and used the
Averlll Chemical paint, the smooth, g1osy
surface obtained would havo rendered inun
dation unnecessary, and house-cleaning
would only be a pleasant recreation, like
the cultivation of flowers. The A. C. P.
covers one-third moro aurface, and stays on
twice as long as any it ad paint. Call lor the
genuine article, tnlcd and ready for uc In
all color, atN. E. Way A Co.', Sixth street,
between Washington ami Commercial
CUAMUKll OF COM.MERCi:.
The attendance at the meelliiL' of tfat
Chamber of Commerce yesterday morning,
was larger than usual, and sales lively. Sales
reported were as follows :
Flour 375 bbls ?0 VoQ'J.
Hay l car choice tlmothv i
prime do lf; 5 cars choice mixed 817: l er
prairie J12; 200 bales damaged, per bale, 1.
Potatoes 50 buhcls sweet noLitoen. t.pr
bushel, 94; 50 bushel peach blows, il y.).
Corn 1 car choice white, In duiidcc", 4Jc;
cars mixed, 41c.
OaU 2 cars 3Co.
Meal 100 bbli tcam dried t'2. '
Ilrau 1 car, in sacks, ill. ,
Wheat 1 car No. it red II 45. '
Ilacon 4 cask clear rib sides f! i. j
At the conclusion of the sales the nresl '
dent, D. Hurd, called the Chamber to order.
and asked for the report of the committee ,
appointed to establish a list oi prices for I
sacking and delivering grain. The committee
reported the following rates: i
or sacking oats, per bushel. c
corn, in burlaps lie .
. Kunmc He
- - ' i..ivu uii uai luttun oi not
less, than than 'Jd.OOO pound", and do not In
clude the DMial charges for weighing, as
heretofore adopted. No other charges for
handling grain from car, except for weigh
ing, than the above en all be made.
The report of the committee was received,
and the rates e-tabllshod by them adopted.
The Chamber of Commerce then ad
Pbice Ccrrent Orrtoi. )
Cairo, Thursday April 17, 1873.
The weather is cold and stormy unfav
orable for ouUldo traniactloni. Business
it limited in roost caios to filling touthern
order. Traniactloni on 'Change in round
lot have been very imall. Speculator in
grain and hay are Off tho market owing
to the dullness at New Orleans and tbe
very low price compared with the prices
here. Stock of corn are accumulating
and demand it very light. Thh oat mar.
ket continues firm at previous quotations,
but thi firmness I accounted for by the
light supply on tbe market, as there is no
unusual demand outsldo of tbo order trade.
Very little hay arrives, and there I very
little required to lattify the market.
Meal continues dull with no prospect of a
change. Eggi are plenty and weak.
Choice butter scarce and uiedorate-
Quotation! on wheat to-duy are lower
Freights aro unchanged. Tbe following
rate for lacking and delivering bulk
grain were to-day adopted by tbe" Cham
ber of Commerce :
Sacking and delivering oats bu 6c
Sacking and del corn in burlaps 3c
Sacking and del corn in dundeea loo
Sacking and del corn in gunnies He
These rates are bated on car loads of
Our report! of tales are made up from
actual traniactloni on 'Change, and may ,
be rolled on at showing tbe correct condi-1
tion of tbe market. A large amount of ,
grain and produce hai been sold outi!de,of
which we havo no report.
0iaT"Corroipondonti should bear In
mind that our quotations represont prices
for round lots from flnt hands, unlen
etherwiie itatod, and that In tilling small
orders higher price mutt be paid.if
FLOUK Market quiet and dull. Tbe
demand ii very small in tho general mar
ket. Slocki are largo and increasing
while f rices are woak and tending to a
decline. Sales einttraco 150 bbls wintor
XXX ?7 CO; 100 bbli varioui grades
0 75'J; CO bbli $7 2C; 76 bbls XXX
MAY Very little choice hay finds its
way to thii market at present. Tho itock
I becoming very much reduced. The de-
mand Ii limited. Sales sinlimn 1 ...
cholco timothy del l; 1 car prime do $18;
6 can choice mixed del 117: 1 car nrarle
del 112 and 'J00 balei damaged hay sold at
I f DAIO.
CORN Market fully lupplied and
very dull. No ihlpping deraand. and
spcculaton are off the market. Traniac
tloni were confined to I car choice whit
in .i.f -i .a.. , . ... .
i car miioa in burlaps
de 4 4e-2r.r I., .i. ... . . . '
-v. ,m uuiiuei ib uei, j can
aa 1ic: O Cars Wllltn mnlin.S mw.l .l.l
........ n 1 1 u u U I
47cjatidl car VTbito In bulk in elevator
S7c; 3 cars whilo on orderi 4Sc; 3 can
raliod on orders -IOc,
OATS Market unchanged: verv fow
otlered, and pricci are woll suitaine.l
on ordon 37o and 2
CORN MEAL Dull and unohn.,4
Rolderi are generally firm for $2 25 and
no transactions on 'Change. Wo nnm
siil a of 100 bbli steam dried at $2,
UUAN-Plenty and dull. Sale. I r..
sacked and del at $14 V ton.
WHEAT-Cuoted lower, white SI lis
75; ambor $1 SO! 70, Moditeranean
i;35(S)l 65. Traihyand uniouud wbn.i
ii diipoiod of at whatorer it! may bn con.
sldered worth. "Wo note a sale on 'Cbango
to-day of 1 car No 3 red at $1 45.
H UTTER No choice butter arrlvn.
and pricel tend unward: atrintl. i.t..
M . J WWUItfl
wenia command 86c to-day none In tb !
market; ordinary my be quolod 10$30o
and choice 30 3 5c.
EQQS-l'lenty and dull. Sale 1,000
doion at lljo and 20 packages 12Jlcj
II at ihipper'i count.
OHIOKENS-l'lenly, dull and un
changed; cholco mltcd quotod $33 50
and cholco hens $3 50.
POTATOES Plenty and no demand.
Toach blowi quoted at 1 89g'J V bbl.
We note sales of 60 this swoat potatoc at
II V bbl.
APPLES Very qJlet, cholco quoted
at f M 50, and ordinary J2 CO to 3 CO.
DUIEI) FRUIT Very muo doing
Kite I f V ery lltllo doln
Dried peachei aro quoted at o5Jc and
1 jrej BnpiCi 5c.
PHOVISIOXS Market firm; transac
tions are imall owitg to tho fuel that the
presont itockl aro generally bold In antic
Ipalion of an advatico. "VVo note salos of
4000 pounds C It ildes bacon at 9c. JJa
con shoulders are quoted packed 7"c;
clear sides packed 9J10c; plain sugar
cured hams 123,13jj phin couutry
cured do llffiHc. Lard in tierces
7J8c; fnkegs f 10c Mts pork f 17
II A.MS Sugar cured canvaied, in
lots at ll16c.
It HE A K FAST BACON-11J(j,I2c.
SUG AH. Active and selling I'.'Jc for
coffee A j 1 l14Jc for crushed, powdered
TEAS. Imperial, 751 1!6; Gunpow-
i der, 7St 25; Oolong black,
Young Hyion, $11 do.
CHEESE. Good demand ; New York
factory V lb 10j17c.
SYKL'Pd The demand is fair for
choice at f.0c(g,l "jl gal and New Orleans
PLASTF.niNO HAIH.-SCc V bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 a.1 to 1 CO V bbl.
CEMENT, At wholesale S22 JO V
GUNNIES. Ke-sowed 2J bushels 18c;
3 bushels 'JOc.
I5c; do 10 oz 10c; 4 bushels
bushels 21i; 6 busbeli 2'.'c.
BEESWAX.? lb 30c.
SOAP. Schaefler'i German mottled
7c; Champaign loap, 7 jc.
TALLOW, V tb 7e.
COFFEE Scarce. Java lellinc at
I 30J32c; Laguayra 2425r, Kio, prime to
' choice 2l(S,'J5c.
BKOOMS. Dull; common house soli
j at $1 CO ; choice and extra choice $ 3
j 3 75 j steamboat $4 C0a)C 00.
FREIGHT Cotton, compressed, to
New York, 85c; to Boston, $1. Un
I compressed, to New Yerk, $1 14; to Bos
ton f 1.
BATES To New Orleans arid Yicks
burg: Potatoes, apples, etc, 40cj pork
$1; pound freight! 20c per cwt; hay
$7 CO per ton; wuiskey 11 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, etc 3Co perlbl;
pound freighti 17 Je per cwt; hay 6 00 per
ton whiskey iOc per bbl; pork 60c per
Sttatner Quickstep, Evansville
" St. Joseph, Memphis
" Now Hon Accord, St. Louii
Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah
" John Meani, Pomeroy
" Futuro City, New Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus
" Grand Tower, St. Louis
' Raven, Pomeroy
" Ilismarck, St. Louis
" Continental, Ut. Louis
" ldlewild, Evaniville
Steamer Quickstep, Evansvillo
11 St. Joseph, St. Louis
" Grafton, St. Louii
" John Means, St. Louis
" New lion Accord, St. Louii
" Jim risk, Jr., Paducah
" Futuro City, St. Louis
" Illinois. Columbus
" (trend Tower, Memphis
" ldlewild, Evansvillo
rOXtllTION OK TUE KlVKIlS.
The Ohio at this port is fullioi: at tbe
ralo of 4 inches overy li hours.
CONDITION OS" TUE BIVKKS.
Special dispatches to The IIullktin
report the condition of tbe rivers at vari
HL-BIfEH AND WBATHER.
Ilusinosi on tbo landings was very good
yesterday; and there was more tonnage
Tho cold weather continues, and it is a
question whether we aro going to have
any lummor or not.
I he aalo of tbo United Mates monitors
took place at Mound City yesterday, and
wai attended by quito of number of prom-
whom wore Capt.
' Ilrovrn and M, O.
of St. Louis, W. IJ.
Illaln of Pittsburg, N.
i M. Jones of Memphis, Alex, Swift and
Capt. Sum T. Hambleton of Cincinnati
and sovoral Cairoitei. There was sold
three monitor! ono steam tug and a lot ol
chains, iron, etc., to numerous to montion.
Tbe Srit monitor offered for lale was the
Oscoola, including one 10 foot 4 oarej
boat, which was bought by Capt. David
Campboll for 113,000, The othor two, tho
Marrletta and Sandusky, woro bought by
Capt. Campboll for $18,000 for tho first
and $18,000 for the latter. The itoam tug
Mignonette wai bought by Jlrown arid
Jonei for five thousand dollars,
mL. A n .
i no American v;annoi coil company
navo routed 250 feot of the Ohio loveo
commencing at Twelfth strcot and run
ning south and havo placed their coal
The Qulckitep took tho Katie Putnam
Comedy company to Paducah,
Tho Ravon arrived with a now stern
whool hull for Capt. John H. McCuno of
St. Louii. It is loaded with salt and goci
to St. Louis in the tow of tho Sam Rob
The John Means had tho hull ol tho
Armada and Silver Moon loaded with salt
for St. Louii.
The Ilismarck and Continental camo
't together, and will takoall tho freight
there is hero.
An empty wagon belonging to a dray
ib nimud Dugan wai loft Handing on
L Htt yetterday afternoon, and in ic-m
way it got In motion, and ran Into the
rirer, but, fortunately for Its owner, It
got caught across one of tho wbarfboal'a
'pan, end was hold thora until it was
Ultjr JVnllonal Rnnh llullilln;.
nL"pei;ial mention paid loordm Irorn nun
LIBRARY GUT CONCERT
NINETY DAYS' I'O TT0X EM EST.
A ITIiL DRAWING CURTAIN
f500,000 IN IUSK TO TAT OIFT.
10,000 CAM! GIFT I'AIK IX .L
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10.
t.'lliillKh nt Uie If) IHV) 1I..L..1. !..,,, 1
lh Ihlril (Irimd (lilt Concert, In aid of the
riilillc Library of Kentucky, having been
fold to Insure a full drawing, and the Mi
having been linlverally expre.eil tli.it the
ItVMjo eah gilt" ottered i-hoiild he drawn lu
full and paid In full without any ruling
down, an neretolore; the management, wilh
uie viiicurreiiee in uie iruMees, nave deter
mined toallow nl nut v dav mr re for the vile
of the relIitialilofllel.eI. left nn hand. Th..
concert andilMriliiitiuu adverllcd for April
, l therefore pn-tponed to Tuesday, Julv
f, 1S7.'I, m uhlch day and no oilier, tficy will
IjoMtlvelv and iiiii ijuloeally take place in
Public Library hall, l.oulvlllc, Kentucky.
At this grand concert the following r:i.i
gin-will be distributed by lot and paid h,
lull tu the ticket-holder-, who draw them
LIST OF (ill'TS.
One C.rand Ca.li (illt ..
One Unind (;.ih(llft ....
One (irandCnh (lift. ..
One (Irani! (.'aidi (illt
One (irandCaWi (illt
One Grand Ca-hOift
21 Cnh Ollteof ?1.(J0 each
.VI C'.i-h (illt of .VjiJ each
tO (.'ah (iirts ol 4'X) each.
l) Ca-h (ilft of :xJ each
1M Cah Oift of '.'() each
r.W Cash Oiltf of 1W each
0,V Ca-h (,llt ot 10 each
20,i m i
Total, 10,000 Oin, all Cash ... .fj.Vw.lsrj
Ths- money to pay atl thee gilu In full
now upon ecpofll In the Farmer' and
Drover-.' bank of Louisville, and set aMdc
lor that purpose, and can onlv tie uel for
that purpoe, as will be een by tbe toilow
Ing eertltlcate of the ca-hler:
OtTlCK FAIIMERk' V.NII UlSOVKItS BaNK. I
Lol-isvillk, liy , April 7. W:t.
This U to certify tnat there U In the Far-mcr-.'
and Drover-' bank to the credit ortne
'Ihlrd (irand (iift Concert, lor the benefit ol
the Public Library of Kentucky, live hun
lied thouand dollars, which tus been fet
apart bv the manager- to pav the gift, in lull,
and will he held by the bank and paid out
lor thi purpo-e, and thi- purpo-e oulv
, , K. S. KKC1I, Ca-'hler.
I lie nartv. therelrrc. wlmlinM. n.. t ...
drawing the capital gilt will get In .
greenbacks, atd ro or the tw.UH gill, the
i'.,fsj), the S0,(wO, tho elU.OW. the :,,(), 1
and all the other flit-, lU.wO In number,
amountluu to i.VXl.uOO.
The remnant or tin-old tlckctt will I 14 flit. 1
iiiMicrt1 to thv who !irt arllv (onJtri ar
No dicotint on than ?I(J worth or n.-i.
ets at a time.
I he concert and dl-tribu Ion of gift,, will
lieuln nt H o clock on Tue-dav momlnc, duly
i, in Public Library hall, ami the following
win ne me oruer oi proceedings: l.t iim.ir
by orche-tral band. 2d placing of tuu- one
lor each ticket n.l.li lu large wh'el. 3d jibr.
Ing ot giftK in small wheel. 4th music by or
chestral band. Sth explanatory remark bv
pre-ldent. th drawinj; ot tir-l hall oi
Kin-. 7th mulf by orehentral band. Sth
draw Ing ot la-t half or gifts, nth placing
of large wheel with laifs in hnnds of com
mittee appointed by audience, lutlj gr.md
Tho music on this grand oeca'ion wfll he
the best that can be prociiled, and the gen
tlemen who count and place the tag-and
gifts In the wheels and superintend the
draw ing and keep the record ol the drawn
number- will be cho-eii from the be-t
known and mon tru-ivvnrthv citlcn- ot the
tatc. All will he i-o conducted as to J(! ,,
perlect guaranty against l oiiiplaint from anv
The payment of gift-will begin on Satur.
ay. July IS, at 0 o'clock a.m. Ticket.
Vf V T.K."i. . .. 1 . rr:e'ited at room
No 4 l'ulillc Llbary buildlmr, where ca-h
checks upon the Farmers' ami Drover-'
bank of Louisville, or sight drafts upon the
1 o.irth National hank of New York, at the
option of the holder, will be given for the
iiekets. All gut not called for
Humus irnm tnc urawlng w be
overtu the l'nbll.- Lll.rf.rvr
For full particulars -.-mi xor circular
Agent Public Library of Ky.
l-I7eod.tvv-25m Iof-IHe, Ky
I H Y U O O II N.
72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. II A N N Y.
kentdckt jkanh, kxtka,
I-ARUIi STOCK OF OARJ MTIN'O
Utm r.sitlre Ntovk
VERY LOWT FIGURES.
OOBNKB 8TII 8T. AND COUMKBCIAL-AV.,
l'ri:tevtiili mill I'ojilur 4
....iii'M.,,-. wj .ui-iu'iiic. i.itr- naming pre
lereiicn over agentsj nt tho fdllovvlni: price. !
Whole ticket-. j?10; halve, nd
iiurter, ii ); 11 whole tickets r ilw,
Mfor t:A, 113foril.0.0. and . ir.Vui
informs the nuhlle il, .t im Una
service of a Hmw w rayon Murrain'
also a I lrsT-class IIo1bU m, anu la ready
to manufacture and r,,lmir n kind of vvorK
n this traue. with tl:'...t dispatch,
WHOLESALE. AVD ICETAIL
2STO. 74 OHIO LV.EIE
2 HPL'''OILCT PPI SIATCRIAUm O
K 15 TAIL GROCER
And Uralvr In
VKUIiTA LKS. FltUITri, KOOS, I.AIllJ
rilt.SU HUTI'LIt, ETC.
tST All Oood" warranted fresh, and sold
ai.v ll(J sTRi:r.T,
flood stahllnL' cnnneeteil wlit.n.n
anil sample room for commercial traveleri.. '
Free omnlhui to and Irom all train-.
-f Omd. J. M, DAM RON, Proprietor.
IS i:o. I. IMY, lrtrli.l.ir.
Wtch Went ilav
tralm. ' ' " l"
TI.HMs TWO DOLI.AIW PKlt DA V.
Ohio Let co, corner or sixth street,
"A tf- CAIRO, ILLS
ST. JA.MKS 1IOTKL, .
Norlheast Corner Public .riiarfi.
This house lias reeetitlt Itn,. r.iL..i...i
Illnil.l,r..l .... ,. i.. .1 ! nun
...vr . . ' .. u 5 V" ..
it lr coiivenl.
: ." mimifu in ii uiu court.
house, (iood .amnio room,. "rl
No. 104 CoiiMKnci.vi. Avknuk,
French. Seoteh nml Anw.ri
of all colors and heaver an, r 'a '''
CONSTANTLY o. hand,
And made up in the
TetUWtfc-ivoper-.. sat. L n, anh1 J lc Inro nn? f .,' " De
lias juafly U-cn style 1 tho mn.u: i f, r all Ml fc V V wrwl'vff' Puino
citoml ounds,'Cubs Ilu -n-. SWllIinL-i I So M b, l i iv ?TAN T'1MENT.
.specet vvarrauwu, -'"""cywiurs
Rutuil ft nd I'tc'scriptioD
Comer Washington AVe.
and Eighth itreet.
chamois arid rabbit
for Weak lungs.
At UAUCLAY UUOS.
1 Oil SOKE TIIUOAT,
i'repared and sold
r IIAKCLAY BKOb
And Diilnft-ctauta lor Stable;
Ar IIAKULAY IiKOS.
And "Prilvtrtal Standard."
At IIAIIOLAY BHOd.
A TEff APPLICATIONS MAKE A
Pure Blooming Complexion,
ind ,Iif?s"r!irT',f'.f PTrstion U ssra
inn felt at onco. 11 does awy with tin riuihd
Appcaraaa, cauw.1 tj- Hrst. raU. w4 ixeiS
ail ntlllBs dark arid nn.l.i.n. . 1 '
T. " . ,. vrirts BWIV
" weuun U0 eeVJOQ CiitCK WlUl
TOnTHFUL BLOOM AKD BEAUT7.
0 A I RO A NL i "pa DUO AH
The splsndlJ (mpf
cr -A. s. fise,
Uick Powlkr, Captain
pTFor'rreMV,'' ('n.layexccpte,l) at
l .in for freldht opasiaije apply on hoat or
tf Ja. Mallohv, Ag't.
HOME TIAjDH !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of 81. Louis.
HINDER AND BLANK
Cornor Twelfth street and Commercial Ave
I1LANK HOOKS of every dcserlptlon done
with neatness iiud disputed. All kinds of
rulliu? done at short notice, IHWes, Music,
MiiKiiitlues and Periodicals bound neat ami
at tho lowest porslhle rulen.
County work, such as Itceordi, Dockets
Feo Hooks. Ulanks, etc., made a (peclallty
lioxes. Pocket llookl. Euveloum '
madu to order