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CAIKO DAILY UULLKTIN, MONDAY, OCTOBER G. 1873.
WHITE & CO.,
(9ucccsor to L. JorRonscn,)
Staple and Fancy G iiockki i-s,
. HATS, CAPS,
1 1 BOUTS, SHOKS, Ac.
And In Country l'rodtice of nil kinds.
, Jt AMINTOW AVER HE
K3TA supply of choice butter from north
crudalriia cotititly on hand.
v OMUti.1 T of this City nml
ountr, tha only Morning nitlly
par l'nbllh! In Southern Illlnola,
)OtlN U. OUEULY, Kdltor anil l'ublleher
THIM3 OKTUK DAILY BULLETIN :
One week, by carrier t 2S
One yoar by carrier, In advaucc 10 00
One year by carrier It not pitil In
advanco 2 00
Dne month, by mail 100
Three monthB 3 00
8tx month.. ...... 6 28
Ono year 10 00
THE DOLL AH AVKEKLY 1HJLLET1N
John H. Oberly has reduced the subscrip
tion 'prleo of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
to One Dollar "pet annum, making It the
ohsapestpapar published in Southern Illlnol
f Bra tag matter on every page.
1 ' i
Tiispropoiod extra os!ion of conyrcii
doei not meet vrlth the favor" of tbo peo
ple, but it li noted that tho admlniitrutlon
paper in Yfmhington favor tho project.
I.v tplto of all tho clrcumitancot tend
ing to show that Stephen), the cuthior of
tho St. Louis Mutual Lifo Iniuranco com.
pany, could not havo defaulted, tho fact li
now apparont that he hatttbiquutulatud.
Tut: constitutional convention of Mich
Igan propoiei an ono of tho articlos of tho
new organic law of that italo, that it shall
be deputed miidomeanor for uny citizen
of tha etftt, who it not a railroad cm
r'.oyo, to accept a pass on any railroad
Tu contract bureau of tho postal de
partment do I ve rod on tho 1st instant,
drafta to various mail contractors amount
ing to nearly or quite $3,000,000, which
re to bo paid by local postmasters. Tho
currency results of those drafts will at
apco go into circulation, and to that ex
tent relievo, tho stringency.
f . ! ' '
v i.uuui to tho Cincinnati 'Knquircr'
says': "Reliable information warrants tho
prediction that thoro will bo ft decided
democratic majority in tho legiilaturo of
Maryland, and it U gonorally buliovod
that ,Gov. PincVnoy "Whlto will be choson
United States senator to succeed Hon. V.
Tub Chicago Intor-Stato Industrial Im
position is proving a grand tuccois. Not
withstanding the opening occurrod at tho
Very helghtb of tho financial panic, the
"send-oft1" which it received oxceoded tho
exspoctations of its projectors. Tho avcr
ago dully attondanco for tho first
week was ovor 20,009.
In response to an inquiry whether n
person who sells brandy peaches, brandy
cherries, etc., is liable, to a special tax as a
liquor dealer, the commissioner of intor:
ual revenue replies that unless said articles
aro bona fide, sold as such, and contain
only the necessary quantity of brundy to
prosorve the fruit, tho dealer must pay a
special tax for f ollintr brandy.
The following is itiu ticket nominated
by tho Liberals and Democrats of Wis
consin, at their iccont convention at Mil
waukee: Govornor, William R. Taylor,
.of Dano county; lieutenant-governor, C.
D. Parker, of La Croise; secretary of
tale, Peter Doyle, of Prairio du Chier. ;
attorney-general, A. Scolt Sloan, of
Dodge; superintendent of school", Ed
ward Searing, of Rock county; Emigra
tion commissioner, Martin J. Argaid, of
Cr.or ReroKTB lor September, recolvod
by the department of agriculturc,prosents
u completn summary of the wheat crop for
1673. There is a manlfust Improvement
in tbe yield of Minnotota, Wisconsin,
Ohio, Kansas, Pennsylvania und Now
Jersey; in Illinois, Iowa aud'Michigan
tberu It Uttlo dlffercnco from tho crop of
laiii, while California nnd Indiana Iihvo
been lest favored than last year. The
commissioner of agriculture believes that
tho decrease of yield, In nearly every In
atanco, can bo traced to the want u( intel
A strong political fighter it tho Don:o
cralic party. It has been knocked down
uud pummelled by tbo Republican party
annually during tho past thirteen yours
but it has always :amo to time. At this
moment it it confronting its old enemy in
Ohio with an apparent hopo of getting in
a telling blow. It has pluck and endur
nee, but it it weak and lacks science. Its
enemy is a blunderer und strikes wildly
but although tho Republican pugillitt
blunders tbo Democratic shoulder-hitter
never succeeds in taking advantigo of the
abortcoinlngs of his advaiary. The faco
of McCoolo was not tnoro horribly dltflg
ured by tho blowa of -Allen, than the Dum
ocratic party has been dlsflgurod by tho
thumplngs it has received from the llo
publlcanism; but it fights on and ever.
Like tbe ram that butted Itself all away
except tbo tail, the party has struggled
gainst fate until its head, body, legs all
but IU tail bat boon worn out. Tho tail,
however, teems to have concentrated in
If all tho vlndlctlvenest of tbo whole
1 is butting away at tho lUpubll.
... 'he most portlstent energy.
FliOuR lhattkll. Ilscour-
Junics Gibbons, ex-prciidcnt of the
Fenian brotherhood, is dead.
Charles J. Riddle, ono of tho proprl
'ctors of tho Philadelphia 'Ago,' is dead.
It is slated that tho cholora is raging
among tho Russian colonists in Dakota.
Tho mining town of Fair Play, Col.,
has been almost totally destroyed by flro.
Tho Odd Follows of Memphis had sov
onteon yellow fever cases In Iholr ehargo
on tho first Inst.
Tho New York 'World' Is of tho opin
ion that wo nro on tho ovo of a resumption
ol specio payment.
Rev. Gcorgo Handall, Episcopal bish
op of Colorado, Now Mexico and Wyom
ing, died recontly in Doavor, aged 03.
A duolis ponding bolwecn ex-guerilla
Mosby and Colonol Hughes, republican
candldato for govornor of Virginia.
Rovenun Collector Wodlner, of tho
Second (Montgomery) District of Ala
bama, is a defaulter to tho extent of $20,
000. Railway a;cidenls aro becoming
alarmingly frequent In England. A rc
cont London telegram records nlnu acci
dents in ono day on tho English road.
Thomas Brown Parker, one of tho
wealthiest citizens of Philadelphia, last
weok nttctnpted to murder his wlfo, and
then committed suicido. Jealousy was
Advices from Ilrowntvillo, Texas,
represent tint tho Mexicans around Matn
morai aro preparing for a foray into
Texas, in retaliation for Mackenzie's raid
Into their country.
Dissonsions in tho ranks of tho Carl
UU In Spain continue, and they nro grow
ing dlsheartunod. Money, artillery und
umunltion uro growing uncomfortably
A Paris telegram says : Memlors of
tho Rie;bt assort that tho Assembly will
declare in favor of tho reitortlon of a
monarchy before November.
Tho fluo of a boiler in a saw-mill
near Bridgeport, Michigan, collapsod tho
other day, killing an old man, and throw
ing a horso 300 foot. Notwithstanding tho
torso was not sorioutly injured, tho liar
ncss was torn from its body.
Tho dooths nro announced of Sobas-
tino Olaziga, tho woll-known Spanish
Btntctman; Jean Chacornac, tho cminont
French astronomer ; and lames Clay,
mombor of parliament for Hull, En
Three suits have been bogun by tho
United States government against default
ing Collector Harper, of tho Sprlngfiuld,
(111.) district, und his securities on the
thrco bonds fllod by them when ho took
the ofllco. The sum claimed in each suit
Tho attorney general of Mississippi
has decidod that no olcctlon for stato olll
cert in that state can ho hold for two years.
This will put an oud to tho canvass which
has already begun, and which has been so
far prosccutod with groat bit'.ornojs.
Tho bodies of Mrs. O'Marn and her
daughter wero found dead on tho railway
track near Montroso Station, Pennsylva
nia, last weok. Suspicion points to tho
horrible fact that thoy wore murdoredand
placod thoro by Daniol O'Mara, n son and
brother of tho deceased.
HOW THE INDIANS
A K K
Tho ft. Paul 'Dispatch' exposed ono of
tho largest pino-land swindles ever devel
oped. It consists in tho sale of all tho
timber lands on tho l.eccu Jiake Indian
Roservation, in North Minnesota, fur
$1.50 per 1,000 stumpago. This salo was
muUo last riovemtior by 1. r. bmttn, pres
ent commissioner of Indian ntlairt, who
was agent for thu Chlppowas of Minne
sota. A. H. Wlldor, of this city, who
represent tho pino-land ring, w.is tho
purchaser. Tho 'Dispatch' publishes tho
contract in full between Smith and
Wilder, which was made in Washington,
1). O. Tho contract glvos Wil
der all tho timber that docs not measure
1-1 inchos in diameter 20 feet above tho
ground without any charge whatever, lie
is to pay d lb per thousand for all over
11 inches in ammeter.
Tbo extent of this swindle can bo par
tially realized when it is understood that
.Minnesota lumbermen pay frum S2 CO to
fl 00 per 1,000 for lumber which meas
ures 1- incues In diameter 24 fuet from
tho ground. Tho contract intimates thut
there aro 200,000,000 feet on tho reserva
tion, iboru is probably more, hut if this
is ull it could ho sold to day for 1 100.003
advanco on Wilder's contract.
Iho Indians woro not consulted, ami
when they learned during tho summer
that their timber had been sold, they were
so enraged that tho agent called on tho
commander at Fort Ripley for troops to
pruvum an uutureaa, i no lnmans aro In
a territilo state, being nlmost linked and
many must starve and freeze to doth thu
coming winter unless something is done
PROSPECTS FOR REAL
A Washington letter says : Evory rail
way bused upon a rel otule speculation,
in-lead of tratlic, will havo a hurd time to
hoe this winter. Think, for example, of
roads like tho Atchison, Topuka and
Santa Fo, tho St. Paul and Pacific, run
nlng out to solitude for hundreds of milus,
and expecting to pay intureit on their
bonds, fcoveral of tin so roads, parthu
larly tho three which halt on tho brink o
tho Indian Territory, have no earthly
hopo except in tho lobby being
stronger than tbe solemn treuty
obligations of tho government. If they
can pay running expenses under a re
ceiver, and keep thu prairie grsss from
crowing ovor tho ties, they will do woll.
In tho past three years ro havo built
2'J,000 miles of road, or a milo to overy
1,600 inhabitants. At J.'tO.OOO per mile,
evory human being in tho country, in
cluding Indians not taxed, is in debt $20
on these railways; or they bear, at 7 per
cent., over$IC,000 interest, or $27,000,000
more specio than there was in all the
banks, ol Now York city last Sat
urday. No wonder that speculators
In gold lead thu street, and that Jay
Gould risos to prominence, while Jay
Cooke dhappears from the vlMn. Hut tho
cash of our railroads is put down at $(j0,
000 to tho milo. which is tho cost of tho
Northern lV:lflo railroad, and this will
?nJ. r?nn8lr7 KW 1l0'-t, f 77,
000,000 of morn Interest every year. Had
the horthorn Pacific railroad been contln.
y't morale it had cost for 600 miles, it
COMBAT IN MID-AIR.
DKADLY STRUGGLE ON A TIGHT
ROPE-ONE COM ATA NT HURL
ED TO THE OKOUND AND IN
Llttlo did tho tens of thousands of mon,
wumun nnd children who thronged tho
public squnro of Agram, Orotia, on tho
IGth of August, anticipate that thoy woro
about to witness it spectacle such as has
perhaps, never baon soon before a mor
tal struggling In mid-air. Tho occnslon
of tho gathering was a pcrformnnco on
tho tight-rope. Tho acrobats. Andrei
Roller und Francis Fergowitch, woro to
appear on tho ropo. which had boon
ttretclicd from n window in tho fifth
story of tho court-housu to a window In
nn opposite house, u distance of '.'50 foot.
Thonorobatei wero to meet midway, nnd
then to pass oaeh othor. When tho cluck
struck 12 tlit) acrobats cmorgedfrom their
rospecllvo windows, dressed in tlgbts nnd
without balunco polos. Roller walked
rnthor cautiously, whllo Pergowltch came
to meet him from tho opposite direction,
with a nervous, quick stop. At last thoy
mot, and tho suspense ot tho crowd un
derneath changed tho uoxt moment to n
fooling of lndiscribablo horror. Pergo
witch suddenly uttered ail angry uxela
tnallon and dealt Koltor a territilo blow
on tho head. Koltcr staggered and
full, but in so doing succeeded in clutch
ing tho ropo with ono hnnil, while with
the othor ho grasped tho left leg of his as
sailant. Pergowltch no.v foil likewise, but
pujsod his right arm around tho ropo, so
that ho hung upon it in comparative se
curity. And now begun n lite-nnd-death
strugclo. Rullor, with his right ha ml,
triod to drag Pergowltch from tho ropo,
while Pergowltch kickel Koltcr with his
right foot, and with his left hand endeav
ored to loo'o his antagonist's hold. No
ono was ablo to interfere, and the
result, It was easy to force, must bo
tho death of olio or .both the acrobats.
Many women fnlrilod. while strong men
wopt liko children. What added to tha
gonoral dcipalr was tho nppenriinco of
rvouir n yuung who a. uio open winnow,
from which her husband it few moments
boforo hud eel out upon his fatal walk.
Hor piteous screams wore heard nhovd tho
din below, nnd her appeals to Pergowltch
to spare her husband's lifo would have
moved tho heart of an Apache. Tho
strugglo in mid-air lasted perhaps a
minuto, wbon Koltor suddenly uttered u
lnit cry and lost his hold. He full to the
ground, striking it violently and expiring
Instantly, Whilo tho people gnthored
rounu tuo corpse ol poor rvoller, his mur
derer on thu tluht-ropo manned to cot on
bis foot again. With n diabolical expres
sion on ins laco no uttorou a yell or tri
umph. Tho Perfect of Pulico ordered J'ergo
witch to Mirronder. In case ho should not
do so in live minutes ho would bo shot
down llku a dog. Finally ho raised him
self to his feet and ran quickly to the
court-houso window, where ho surren
dered, hogging that ho might bo protected
Irotn violonco. Thoro was groat danger
of his being oxocuted by tho people, who
loudly clamored that the murderer I o given
up to them ; but tho military by a hay
ouot ehargo cloarcd tho public-square.
Porgowitcli being asked what caused him
to perpotrato this crime, said there had
been n grudgo between linn and Koltor
over elnco tha latter had married Hoslta
Snrgacolf, a Polish girl of great beauty
Koltor, in a tit f joalousy, had told him
that ho knew ono or the othor must dio on
this nccount. Andreas Koltor was tho
youngest mombor of tho distinguished
family of acrobat of that namo.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
VllOM NEW YOHIv.
New Yoiik, October 0, .lames Mcrri
gan, of Brooklyn, who, with hit wife, was
arrested a short timo ago on suspicion of
murder and arson, and released on a ver
dict of a coroners Jury, was ro-arrosted
Yesterday morning a portion of tho arch
of tha Fourth a venue tunn.d gave way
filling the tunnol with masonry nnd dirt
Tho Albany trnin had passed only a few
minutes previously, nnd another was dto
at tho time of tho accident. Although
500 mon were Immediately put to work, it
was 6 p. m. before trains could pass. This'
Is tho socond timo tho tunnel has, caved in
within n Jshort time, and tho remaining
portion is said to lo crnckod and ready for
another tiimblo. All tho trains entering
or leaving tho city pass through this tun
nol. a l Alton o I KT.
The Union Theological seminary has
received from Mr. James Brown, banker,
three hundred thousand dollars, to com
plete tho endowments of its professorship.,
Edward S. Stokes, owing to slcknois,
was unable to appear when his case was
called this morning, and trial Has tot
down for Wednesday.
Victoria w. yah.
of Now Ord,is tho namo of tho young wo
man found dead in tho houso of acloai
voyant in Jersey City yesterday, from al
leged malopraclleo. Alonzo D. Kimball,
married man, has been arrested, charged
with taking Miss Vail to tho houso Mioro
Donaldson made a balloon asconslon
this forenoon from tho Capltolino grounds
Brooklyn. A dispatch from Uothel, Con
necticut, says at 11 o'clock tho ballovn wts
rapidly moving ocoanward.
The theological soction of tho ovatigil'cal
alliance convened itt session in Associa
tion hull this morning, Dr. Woolsey pre
siding. Aftor divotional cxorclsos tho
goneral secretary announced that tho dele
gates from foreign lands woro each to re
ceive from the American Blblo Society it
copy of tho Holy Biblo in English, as an
expression of tho interest felt by that
society in overy ellort to counteract the
influence of infidelity and suprerstition.
Tho dolvgates wero alio informed that tLo
American Instituto fair was freo to them,
and Jhat on Wednesday, next, carritges
wouhibu at their serylco for a vlult to
lilt. TIF FAN V,
tho president, had deferred a much de
sired visit to his old companions in arms,
of tho Army of tho Tenneisoo, to wait tho
Papers on tho host mothoJs of counter
action of modern Inlldollly woro read by
Prof. Stanley Deaths of King's college,
London; nnd Prof. Theodore Crcstllobo
of tho University of Bonn, spoko
Rgnliin tho cxnggcrulod Idea of Inspira
tion of tho books of tho scriptures, inas
much as no apostlo had over stated
when tho cannonlcal hooks woro to bo
trcnted with rovornd criticism, and If iso
lated discrepancies aro found let them
A papor prepared by Hev. Dr. Calriit
of Boston, was handu 1 In for publication.
Prosident Warnor, of Boston Univer
sity, mndo tho closing address, on Ameri
can Infidelity and theological section.
Convention took the usual recess.
Tho philosophical section mot in St.
Paul's church, Row Dr. Foss presiding.
Dr. Mc. Cash made an addroii on tho
rollglous aspect of tho doctrines of devel
opment, nnd wus followed by Dr. Weldon
of London, Dr. Brown, of Capo of Good
FIVm RUTLAND, VT.
DfhTIlUCl IVK ntlK.
Kl-TLA.vp, Vt., Octobor 5. Tho store-
housonnd othor property of the Brandon
manufacturing company burned last niht.
I.jfS S 10,000.
FOll IS I GN.
T1IK MUM AIIC11 V.
Pa it ik, October 0. Tho Purls Journal,
a muiiarchlal newspaper, says n proposal
for a restoration of tho monarchy on tho
basis of tho charter of 18. J, In mod.llcd
form, will bo presented In theusseiilhly on
tho opening day of tho session.
AID Foil THE SUFFKRUItS.
Oivcinnah, October 0. Tho chamber
of commerce today appropriated ono
thousand dollars for thu relief of tho tub
Turing in Memphis. This is in addition to
tho private subscriptions uMch tho com.
mlltocs havo been collecting for the past
Ciiicaqo, October C Yesterday somo
men hunting near Brownerville, a village
about 7 miles from Chicago, discovered in
a small grovo the skeleton of a man hang
ing by tho neck to a small treo by his su,-
poudoM. It is probably :i caso of tulcide,
Early this morning the ichoonor Tru-
inuu .Moss wits driven uslioro near tho
foot of Thirty-first street. Her crew
wero nil saved. Tho vessel, which was
loaded with luinhor, lies keeled over on
her port side, aud may bu hauled oil'.
There is another schooner reported in dis
tress just outiil.o tho harbor, und tugs
havo gone lo hor relief. A strong north
east galo provullod during tho night and
tho so.i is still very rough, but tugi uro
moving out to bring in vessols which are
Subscriptions to tha hoard of trade fund
for the Memphis bufferers ccntinuo to be
made, nnd anot'ior remittance will bo
mado by tho committco to-day. Tho Odd
Follows and tbo members of tho St. An
drew's socloty aro also preparing to sond
money. Collections wero taken In most of
tho churches yestorday, which will bo
Nnw Oui.kans, October 6. Arrived
Boo and barges, Mnry anil bnrges. De
parted: James Howard, Gloncoo.
Pn-rsiiuiio, October 6 ltlvor rising
slowly with 21 J inciios.
Cincinnati, Oc'.ohor C Tho river has
risen onu inch. Three loot and ten
inches in tho channel.
New Yohk, Octobor C Flour quiet.
Wheat ijulet at $1 3S1 43.
Corn quiet and steady at 04COc.
Oats firmer at OlQS'Jc ; mixed 5450c.
.Muss pork nominal ut HG 7 50 17 (JO.
Lard firm nt 8o; in NovomLur SJc.
Bacon and cut meats quiet.
Whisky onsy nnd nominal ut t OJfJTJ
Gold aetivo at 1 00 J.
Governments dull uud steady.
State bonds quiet.
OiucAao, Octibor 0. Provisions quiet,
Pork, jobbing $15; nominally S1U 02J
Do.'ouibor; hold $11 January.
Ijird, salabo "lo December; 7Jc Janu
ary; nominally 7je cash.
Moats nominal, short ribs 8c; short clear
9(Tjj8jc boxed for December delivery.
Shoulders, minimally -lj-le; short
clear "c; long clear and short ribs (ijra).
Nkw Oui.kans, Oiunhor 0. Flour quiot
and Heady; ..Y $7 OIC118 00; family
$8 7f8 05. '
Corn dull but firm ; mixed 717L'c ;
Oats steady at 60.V.'o.
Bran firm at $10 U0.
Hay dull and unchanged.
Pork nominal at SIC 75.
Dry salt mi'nts stagnaut, hhouldors re
tailing nt 9c; bacon quiet.
Whisky inactive, Louisiana 070.
Cincinnati, October 0. Flour steady
Wheat firm at SI -10.
Corn steady at 5tc.
Oats quiet nnd unchungod.
AVhisky active; sale at 91)') in cur
rency. Cotton firm nt 17Jo.
Pork held ut Die.
Lard quiet at tJc.
CSy"I say Clem, ' cried two disputing
dirkics, upponllng for docislon to a table
umpire, "which word Is right dl-zuctly
or de-zactly 7" Tho blo umplru reflect
ed a moment, and then, with n look of
wisdom, said, "1 enn't (uy por-zactly."
Cay It Is an old saying and a truo ono
that God helps thofo who help themselves.
ill nil liumeusu liinj.', ,vj v, wnur. uu I'lr
NEW AD VJERTISEM HINTS
a t n e n e u ivr
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY,
OCTOltr.U II nml 1(1.
Positively tho only appearance In this city
prior to t.icir letliru to
.lup.ni, of thu
(JltllAT I10YAL yr.DDO
Cotud-tlnjc of Sixteen Star AitlstK from
tho Imperial Theatre, Yeddo.
Tho only company which liuo ever had thn
honor of uppoaring huforo thu Mikado, thu
prcM'tit .Monarch ot Japan.
UTAdmsBlon f0 cents; ltc?erved Scat
7f eentn; to bo rcciircd ot llartmati'a More,
wllhuut extra chario. Hoom open at 7
o'clock; purl'ormancu to i-uniuicnco at (
o'clock. .1. O. llAltci'M, Mauager.
C. E. UAMriir.M., General Agent.
1 will oflcr for calc on
Fill DAY, OUTOIilMV 10, AT a A. M.
At uiy salesrooms,
1(15 C'aiiiMicrt'lul Aiciiur,
The entire stock of
FRKI). A.KOSU, Deceased.
The Mock eoutlst of the followliii.- seannn-
:ihle goods :
1 Lot Su'pondurs; 2 Pioces Casilunre;
7 Dress Coats: 1 do do
1 1 Pairs Jeans Pants; O do do
1 Pairs l'mitf, 5 do do
I Pieces Corduroys; 1 do do
'J Pieces Mole Skin; 'J do do
"J PiicfsVulvotecrif; !1 do do
1 Piece Sallnette; 5 do do
1 Plcco Beaver, -I do do
1! Piece OHfsiniore:
Shirts, Drawers und Handkerchiefs. In
fuut tho entire stock of
MERCHANT TAlI.OItS GOODS
will ho (olil. It l. Impossible to Mention
I would ndvlso those wlnhlnp to puroh ise
to call and examine the good, an the ialu 1
potltive and without rerun o.
DAN. HAItTMA.V, Autloncer.
C'oi'.i:in"iilli ami l'opl.ir Nl.,
Inform tho puhllo that he hascngageu tUe
ervice of a Klrst-cla-. Wagon makorund
alo a Kirrt-claM Horso clioer and U ruail
to nnnuf'uetiiro and ep:ur all kind ol work
in inn irauo will! npair anil UlJ-paler,
(Succeor to II. Thlelecke.)
Deitlcr In All Kinds
FAMILY ' GROCERIES
I1BTWKKN TKNTU ANI KLEVKNTII hTI'.l! Kl
Having purchased tho grocery establish
ment ol If. lhlelccke. I shall alwiiyakcin
on hand a full ami fresli siipplv ol all the best
good in my line, to bo fouinfln the market.
By str let attention to bii-lnes-, nml lair deal
Ing, I hope not only to retain all the cutnm
tho place- has enjoyed In the past, but to add
to thu list many now patron,. Atklng it
ta, suaiu ui (Hiune patronage,
Hespectlully, Hkuma.N feCllMKlzsioUl'l
GRANDEST SCHEME YvE?KNWN.I
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
roit thu iiKNnrtT opyhk
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
l'J.OOO CASH fJHTS 1,500,000.
EVKUYKU-TH TICKET D1JAAV3 A OlI-T
$SSO,000 FOR $CO
The I'ourth Grand CJIft Concert author
ized by special act of the" Legislature lor the
licncllt ol tho Public Library nl Kentucky,
will tako place in tho Public Library Hull
at I.ou!sille, h'y.,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER !). 187,1,
Only Sixty thousand tickets will bo sold,
and one-half of these are Intended for the
European market, thu. lealng only :;o.Oxi
lor salu in the United .State.-, where loo.nui)
were disposed of for tho Third Concert.
'I'll" tickets are divided Into ton coupon or
parts, and flavo on their back tho .Scheme,
with a full explanation of thu mode ol draw
ing. At thl concert, which will ho the grand
est musical ill-play uer witnessed In tills
country, the unprecedented sum ol
illWdcd Into 12,000 cash gifts will ho distrib
uted by let among tho ticket-holder. Tho
numbers of thu tickets- to ho drawn from
onu wheel by blind children, and tho gilts
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Cii-h Gilt
one Grand Cash (lift
One Grand Cah Gift
One Grand Cash (illl
One Grand Cash Gilt
10 Cash Gilts 410,000 each ...
!J0 Cash Gilt 6,000 each ...
M Cash (lltts 1,000 each ...
60 Cash (llftH MX) ouch..
100 t'ush (lifts) -100 each ...
IMU-Vh (Bits iloociich ...
t!.MICash GUM 'JOOeiicIl ...
"j: Cash GUM I00 each ...
1,000 Cash GUM R each....
. . . . t!.".0()0
. . . :o,o(ki
. ... 60,000
. . . . :i2,WK)
Total, 12,000 Gills, All Cash,
aiiiminllngtn if l,r.0O,000
The dlstrlliution will be positive whether
all tho tickets are sold or not, and the 12,000
gilts all paid In proportion tothe tlckcMsiilil
all unsold tlckeMliollig ilestroyeila at the
1'lrst and .Second Concerts and not repre
sented In the drawing.
JMUCJK OF TICKETS.
Vholo tickets, e.W.OO j Halves. 2.00j
Tenth, or each coupon ?."i.00: Elucn
Whole Tickets for $r0o.00; 2JIJ Ticket for
1.000.00; Hit Wholo Ticket lor 6,000.00 ;
227 Whole Tickets for $10,000.00. No ills
count on leu than 600.00 worth ol Tickets
to a time.
Thu unparalleled success of tho Third
Gltt Concert u well on tho tails
(action clven liy tho First and
Second makes It only necessary to announce
tho 1'iiuitli to Insure the prompt sale i ev
ery llcket. Thu I'ourth Gilt Concert will
be conducted In all It details like the Third,
and full putlciilais may bu learned Irotn
circular which will be sent frco from tills
olllce to ull who apply fur them,
i icheis now reauy mr saio ami an omit
WHITE UOLLAJU'LANINO MIJJj
K W.Wn:as, l'ri.,rlelor,
UA ill) and SOFT LUMHKJt
LATH, HH1HOLUJI, OK DA H POSTc
DOOIW, SASH, IMi IN DS
ORDKRH tlOI.I CITED. '
Stbamdoat j U M II 11 H,
Puu.M'.fl cd shorU-sl uolicp.
Ooumorcial avontic, hotwoen Tenth and
C-A.IISO. XjXXj TlTOI-3.
ThoSIIORTESr KOL' I E to POItTUMli
$100-000 for onhj$2.o0.
THE I. Mtl-'EST RKTI 'UN KOIt
THE SMALLEST INVESTMENT.
WILL BE HELD AT
Dooomlaor i3Xsst, lova,
l'OR THE BENEl'I I' OP A
tM'V HNlhU KKKUltM St' I OO I,.
S-L5 000 in Vy'm
Principal I'mo $100,000,
eonslillni; of the superb pjl.ttial reiiircucu
Slui'iti Alit'lc, E'., unsurpassed n it ptlt.tte
dwelling In tlm I'nlted ; !t.it-, lieliiK only a
lew blocks Irnm the Court Huiisc. sill round
cd by nriMllilicent groiniil, mclrird, Kr
donauiMiucyard. 'I lie liiilldlu.sha been
iinly recently completed with .ill the mod
VlU'Ai 1A ST.
l.J Prize.-, ileal Hslalo, Sl.VJ.lLT)
1 Cath Prize, 20,000
2 " " $10,000 Es.v 20,000
I " " .1,000 000
" " 2,.ri00 " 0,000
20 " " 1,000 " U,000
i'O " " fidO " 0,000
100 ." 200 " ,000
200 " " 100 10,000
:oo " " .10 " ir,ooo
(J'JS " " 20 ' DJ.OOO
1000 " " 10 " 10,000
11.1S " " f. .1,700
.'50, 150 " " 2..10 01,12.1
The title to the above real estate U guar-
uiiiecn penci l.
The llheral tcrnn of thl scheme briiiL' it
t within thu reach ol ell the greatest upper-
iiimiy vur ouereu lor tue poor man to rise
VlilCK OF llCKHTS.
Singlu Ticket, S2.S0 ; Eleven Ticknti,
HoOO; Pifty..ix Ticketn, S12.V00; Ono
Hundred and I iltuen J.ickcti1, 2.r0.00.
The drawing will ho mailo uudro the mi
ierlnteiideiice d a cuumilttco uppiilntcd by
the highest olliclals n Ihu State, iluh swurn
to the ralthtul peilui lualieu of the duties us
The highest olllelals both of City, County
aim .-nun nine nut onir endorsed .nr.
Abclc, but also tils scheme.
The demand for ticket l littiiarallelcd.
uud ull desiring to participate In Iho draw
in;,' siioiitd at oncu lorin llicir coins und send
In their order..
AGENTS WANTED In all Stales, ntlc.
ami lowiHiu inn 1 nited state ami U.ina
U7"M'noy should be sent by Registered
Letter, 1'. O. Ordcrorexprcss, with tliolull
uildre.'s u the purchaser in plain writlmr,
Eveiy packaijo of 11 tluktt ha it chance
to win 11 prizes, but po.ltl.ely ccitaln to
win one. while one nerson out of cvcrvTten
who purcha-u a jiackugu ot 11 Is bound lo
win two prizes.
For further Information and particular
semi ior circular to tno .Manager uud rro
piietcr, and addrc
,"3CKD STAMP F0K CtnCOLAIt
At on Invlsorntor, I.lver Corrector
nml Illood Itenuvntor ! inferior to all th
ISltterv, rilxlr. CordlnlN nnd Hitrtct.
I'lirillnn In n: It li do imUjsJ to tho whole
ij tton that rerj crtptn toil function In tho loij t
troucht uiidi-r Hi exhilarating Influtnc. It gltsi
Due und HtreiiRtli to tho (liirmtlvo nji.
Inrntiw, dlspeMInnsruor anil dclilllt.v,
tnv!:;oriitc tho I.lver, reculiitrit thu
Hldneyn and IIowcIh, rsmorei lbs ersctof
cxconcr orertaxation of any klnj and Rtvon .
tutlly uud rirhiiCNs) to thn liloud.
Ill curutlre powen alter and completely reorcan.
1x8 tho entlro man of fluidi and eren the tolldi uf
the liitrran ejitem, therehy jirorentlng and curing
Wj'fcWtlc! uud CoiiMiiniittvo Njinp.
t jiiih, To ir nnd Abiu', IIIIIoiin DMciih.
c-j, Fovcni of nil KlitiM, Nervous Ueltll.
ttj, Airccllunsj of tho Htninueli uud
IIohcIh, .fc. At a mild and delightful Inrlfj.
rout for drllcato female., It l.ai no euferlor.
lly IK ui now life and vigor It glrun tu Imth l-Jy
and mind, tending a glow of vitality throiislt eery
purl, which li periniinrut nnd laMlritf.
It li the most trT.ctcal remedy for lh rellefol
human luffcrlng eter dlicoTcrt'd, and a j leant to
lit. uute ai old rye or Una wine.
WE CHALLENGE x
X THE x S x
x WORLD x
I'toduoo a more dellcloui medicine to ta!t, yet eo
ft fr tho pretention and cure of dl.nfei u
iisiisr's yc:ts's t::::j asts elc:s rjsinta.
Price 81, r O UaUlee) fur ft 5,
' i N SITKA NO E !
aAFKOItD, MOItKIS & OAaNOKK,
, '. it Uhlo 11 vrf,
IITV NATIONAL HANK ll. Mil NO
OA I KG, ILLS.
The oldest e.stnblj.hrd Aseiiey In .Southern
Illinois;, reiirosuutiii),' oer
;")(ioo,i)((i 00 1
or thu but Insurance Capital ol the
I nited Mates;,
J'TUU AND .MARINE
l'.irtli'lilir niii.i.i;,.,. ..1...,, 1.. ,..l 1.,.. ......
T., ... b..(, m in: u.
ositious, to he lead In uldcuue In till tho
courts In the country.
,irKiu!i;riiiit Tlukets for a tie to aud from
nil ,i id. I'. ........
.... . J.l,.J,lU,
i'TRE AND .MARINE
MIAOAIU, .V. V.,
UfcHMAHIA, U. .,
sftt l,tms,Til IS
IIAhOVXu, H. T.,
Ase'. . ........T'ie M (U
IIC1 UilLIC, N.
'flr TU.WJ is 1
Uumprmu tlir Unilrwrltn' Aanoy,
VO.VKKh, M, Y.,
ALII AN V CITT,
ir.. If ... CJ.I.S
rniEUKN'i ruNi), r.
aEC'uiiirr, x. y. wauixk,
Hlorns, Drnlllnii", Kumlturs, Ifutlt and Cr
tor, InsiirK-l at ratre an favoratl as tound, f,rr
nisni.nl srurltT will warrant.
I r.'M'Hctfiilly ask of the cltliensnt Ca
fharcuf their pr.lronfe.
TKUTONIA LIVE INSUKANOK
GK OHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
OK.VT'L.OrPICK, 17"J AV'Ayill.VOTONST.
Tlili (icrm.in Life Insurance Company
(,'ilarantocs not only 1'ald.up I'oliclcs but
al-o a Value In Cash ou the Non-forfeiture
IUHN- A. HUOK. - - - I'teildont
0. K.SOUELSOOKF. - - - Hecrotnry
JOHN W. l'ltl'EHH,
Ak'ent for Cairo and vicinity.
SECTION NO. 47.
Asnciatlon for promotliiir Life Inurnec
and Hick H'llcf by weekly litin and mutual
co-operation In object ol public benefit.
'Die Life Insurance Policies: will be Issued
by tho Teutonlu Life Insuranco Company.
II. MKVEK8, 1'roMdent.
JOHN W. l'KUESa, Ao't.
f.ir Clraend Vlrltilfy
(Oien Day and Night.)
' J. li. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Lcvce, bet, 1th und Utii streets,
OA I HO, ILLS.
MKALS AT ALL 110U1W.
A tine new Dining Hall with every cou,.
.eiilciu e hits becii added to this popular
.tetttturant, and the guest "ill lino every
'eiUisitc lor thciruccuniodatloii,
TJ1E1JILL OK VAItK
uii'lstsol evory substantial and delicacy ol
Id supplied with tho
HOICEST LIQUOItS.WlNKS & CIGARS
K5".MIxed drinks proparcd with caro.
)iirt.sl d inili II, ISHQ
OITY NATIONAL HANK, OAIHO
A. II. SAITOUD. I'rosldent;
H. a. TAYLOK, Vlco-l'resident;
11. HY:jLOl', decretury and Treasurer
I". M. lltucm, Dim. niLioaaa,
K H.HTis'ariMH, Pacl O. Hcuvu,
!i. It, CCSMS.IMiM, 11, 1'. lllLLlHAV,
J. M. PuiLure.
Deiitiatta l 11:17 Amount Itwt vrsi trooi
Ten CciiIm lliMurdM.
INTKKr.Hl paid ou dopueits at the rain ol all
percent, per annum, March 1st and Hoptem
hor 1st. Inturvst mil withdrawn U idded Imras
illately to t) 0 principal nf the dopoalta, thereby
itlrlnt; them compourd IntcroHt.
UAItniUO WOMKN AND OHILDRKN MAT
C') Tint MO ov tui oisi puiw IT.
Oefn ntcry business day rrom V a.m. to 8 p.m.,
und riaturitav ev'.nK lur HAVING DKPOHITfc
onl ., from t lo o elock.
tit t W. ITTm.Ol'. Traanrr.
li. V, PARKER,
(tjucccbsor to l'arkcr.fc lllakc)
PAINTS AND OILS
tod tbo coldlirated illuuilnatlu
BIOSH't.UILDIN's OOD i lTU ST. . OOM