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XHI DOLLAR WKKKLY BULLETIN
John H. Obertr ha teduced tha lubscrlp
Hon prte of the Welt Oaiho Botxbtw
tt Ob Dollar pr annum. making It u
onaapast papar published In Southern llllnol
Nulla K all,r on every p-e.
Ois. Ui!K:d, when he doci villi VI
anna, Johnion county, patronize! the Peo
JoBNSOX county "shakes" re afflicting
h divll or th Vienna printing otllce, ii
an lUm of nwi of national importance.
Stiwaet ad Copn-AND are itocrlng
th Johnion ounty 'Herald' now. They
r aw plloU, but nom to understand th
11 ON. A. J. KuTKtNnALI.il A candi
date for countyjudg In Johnion county.
Th major U a man of iccio. On the
county bench he would b all a reasonable
conitltuancy might to dssiro.
Yeixow fever contageon usually deval
opt within from ten to fifteen dayi after
th subject hai been eipoiod or liai imbi
bed It, but when the mercury ii down the
diiiaia Ii not only more fatal than In arm
weather, but develops mora rapidly.
Tax Odd Fellows ot Memphli have
over fifty member! down with tho yellow
fyr, all of whom are supplied with
nurtei, but tho lundi aro low, and further
a till t an c ! aiked for from abroad. The
xpenioi of the order are from $300 to
9400 a day, and not a cent of this ium ii
retired from the city or tbs Howard as
loclatloo. Th money all comei from Odd
It Ii laid that, line the late panic and
eicloilon of th North FaciflU loan, Tom
Scott ha negotiated In Europe a loan of
$40,000,000 on a fint mortgage of the
Texai Pacific railroad. Tho newi, in the
language of a telegram, appears to be gen
uine, tfiougn naraiy crouioir inn p"
of Hlinoli U intereited in the Texai Pa
cific, and we therefore hope Col. Scott hai
cured the loan indicated.
The president and tecretary of the
treaiury and other membeu of the cabinet
are laid to be teriouily coniidering th
queitlon of reiumptlon. It hai bocome
popular to cry foran expansion of the cur
rency and deprecate the idea of a return
to a specie basis, but wo sincerely hope
the report that tho admlntitration haa re'
solved to hasten the time when our cur.
rency will have a metahc foundation I:
IN TIIK MORNING.
Uy publishlug Tub Bulletin in tbo
evening w can make a groat deal more
money than by publishing in the morning
several thousand dollars more a voir;
but wa now doclaro upon our responsi
bility as a publisher that we would rather
go up tbo spout of financial ruin than pub
lish any paper in tho evening and go
through what tbo public required us to
pass through last week. Therefore wo
have issued Tux Bulletin this morning,
and will continue to issue it as a morning
papor until it bocomes a big thing like the
Chicago 'Times' or sinks Into its little
In addition to this let us add, by way of
solicitation, to th Cairo public :
"We are willing to be qualified that we
hav done good work tor Cairo. Wo know
we have, and we now, although not givon
to the weakness of blowing our own
trumpet, boldly and loudly declare wo
have. "Wo have done the city somo ser
vice and It knows it. Ctood , and now
what more 7 The city has been rather
kind to us in return. "Wo admit this, "We
uak the fact a boast. It is a fact we are
proud of as proud as Herman Meyers is of
his latest and heaviest baby. SVo don't
ask th citizens to be much kinder than
they have been ; but, candidly, if they
don't continue just as kind as they have
been w shall, as sure as shooting, seek tbo
terrible spout w hav indicated. Here
webav a paper as good as any little pa
per in th state at all timet, and very
lively when wo aro not unlnduitrlous
Patronize ui. Com- to our armi with
your advertisements, and we will remain
happy, and prosper. And wo have here
also a Job printing office, second to none in
Illinois outilie of Chicago. Come to our
arm with your bill heads and cards and
bill of lading, etc., that wo may grow
strong. All this wo atk for the take of
Tut Bulletin that it may be furnished
to the peopl of Cairo over their hut
cakes at breakfast. "We have spoken.
"THB ONE THRU POLICY."
The Peoria 'Democrat,' In its zeal to be
recosnlzad as a irreat reformer, runs.ln its
advocacy of th one-term principle, into
No officer should be allowed to bo hit
own successor, no matter how meritorious
bit services may have been, is, In brief,
the position of the Democrat. We ean
not agree with our coteraporary.
Id our opinion th public might be ben
efited by adopting the one-term principle
is rgrd lo lb presidency, but we are
not altogether satisfied that such a rule
would do tb great good its advocate pro
rt to Ullevo it would do. The presi
dent, witk tb grMt amount of patronage
bow In U and, n,'ht ,nJur6 lbe rePuWic
by using that.patTOBtg to further his
own inUrtt at tbsj expense of the peo
fiW'i, but scarcely bHve be would.
..ut ronldencaJn the wisdom
aftbe American people, and beliete that
1 be who ttempU lbe role of Car In this
switntry will Ind In the ballot of each
ZZmX i tiuT M sharp, aadtbat will
71-1.. ; .flund as fetal, as that r uruius,
illttlllV. W l lun
woulJ be a fully Injurious lr the public
Interests to make tho one-torm rule apply
to the tntnor offices of the country. The
duties of many of theso offices aro clerical
and can only be learned after years of
close application. Tako, for instance, the
departments at Washington, and at tbo
state capitals, and the offices In tunny of
the counties. If, when n chango of nil
ministration occurred, or If atitatod Inter
vals of every ono, two or flvo yoars, all
the subordinate positions In theso depart
ments should be vacatod, tbo affairs of tho
national and state and county govern
ments would fall Into deplorablo confu
sion, No person can deny this ; and yet
if tbo reasons given, why officers should
bo permitted to hold only one term are
good as applied to tho principal offices,
they are good also as to tho subordinates.
Efficiency is necoisary to a good officer.
It is reasonable to suppose that efficiency
will como with experience. Hut It Is
urged, such a position is an argument for
continuing an officer during life, provided
he is an ofllclont and honest officer. It is
not, howover. At long as nn officor Is ef
ficient, honest and a good servant of tho
people, there can, in our opinion, be lo
good reason for turning him out unless
omo other person equally efficient, hon
est and dutiful lo tho publb should dcsiro
the place. In such an ovont, rotation
would be good policy, because no matter
how wiso an officor may bo, with long ser
vice will come insolonco, and with inso
lence should como downfall. This would
be a wise rule, but a rule which would
turn out worthy officers after a short ser
vice, for no other reason than that tbey
have had their turn and must make room
for somo other persons, would work great
irJury to individuals as well us to the pub
lic service. A citizen consents to serve
th public as clork, for instance. He
gives up his business, and accopts tho po
sition. After two year's sorvico, not paid
for by a princely salary, ho is compelled
to go out and let in another man, who in
hii turn, at tho end of anothor two years,
must go out to make room for his succes
sor. Who that hai any ability, would con
tent to servo as mean a master as the pub
lic would bo under tbo operation of such a.
rulo? Tho unworthy would occupy and
possess the office! ; tho worthy could not
bo induced to go near them. The cm
ployer who would turn oil' a faithful and
competent clork at the ond of overy few
years, saying: "I have no objection to
you ; but other men want to bo clerks and
I must gl vo tbom a chanco," would bo con
sidorcd, vory properly, a great fool. Ho
would give to himself much trouble, in-
juro his own business and turn out clerks
not qualified for thoir chosen business,
and in all probability unfitted for any
othor "walk in life." The public would
act unwisely If it were to turn away its
honest and efliclont servants because some
body else wished to occupy their official
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
PROM XEW YORK,
New Yokk, October 13. Tho National
Trust company have resumed business.
Pancri wore served to-day In tho suit
of Wm. Scott, of tho Krie Pacific, against
Kenyon, Cox A Co. The suit Is intended
to rostrain Daniel Drew, a spoclal part
ner, from disposing of his proporty which,
ills alleged he Is doing in order to oscapo
his liabilities in connection with the
Canada Southern railroad bonds, which
are said to have caused the failure of
Kenyon, Cox V Co.
There were two significant servicos yes
terday in connection with tho Alliance,
which tho morning papers omit from their
accounts. At Dr. Hall's Presbyterian
church the communion servico was ad
ministered by Episcopal Bishop Comms,
of Konlucky, assisted by Dr. Arnold, of
Edinburgh, and Dr. Downlo, of ltsrlln.
The Bishop remarked that in all his min
istry ho had novor before communed with
bis Presbyterian brethern, but that this
should not be the last time. At Dr.
Booth's Prosbyterian church Hev. Dr,
Freemantlo, of tho Church of Kogland,
aslstod the pastor in the administration of
th communion. Both churches were
crowded. Theso circumstances, taken in
connection with tho lottor of the lato
missionary bishop of Zanzibar to tho
Lord Bishop of York, in which hu takes
the Dean of Canterbury to task for his
participation In tho Presbyterian column
nlon last week, indicate tho probability of
a stir among the brethern.
In a base-ball match played to-duy bo
tween the Mutuals and Atlantic?, the
former mado 18 and the lattor 7.
FROM ST. LOUIS.
A TEHK1HLE TRAOF.IJT
Bt. Louis, October 13, The ' Evening
Dispatch ' has a special from Carrollton,
Mo., giving an account of a torriblo trag
edy enacted near there. It appears that
Kobert Austin, a young farmor, residing
about eight miles from Carrollton, has for
sometime suspocted the InfidolHvof his
wife. Friday morning Unt Austin left
home, saying he was going to tho St. Louis
fair, and would be absent several dsys,
He went lo the depot, but returned home
after dark and secreted blmiolf In a clos
et In his wife's bedroom, armed with a
double-barrelled shot-gun. Hi. wife soon
retired, and shortly afterwards Elijah
II alloy entered the room, undrcssod him
self, acd just us ho was gutting into bed,
Austin sprang froai his concealment and
fired it him, but mined his aim, the shot
entering his wife's abdomen. Austin
fired again at II alloy and killed him in
stantly. The bflslr created intonie ex
citement by reason of the prominence ol
all parties concerned. Young Austin ii
the son of Col, Austin, one of the oldest
and wealthiest farmers in Carroll county,
His wife wan tho daughter of Dr Flour.
TUB CAIRO DAILY
nay, a prominent citizen of Fafayetto
county. Young Helley was a brother of
Elders Thomas and Henry Halley, both
prominent In tho Christian church, Mrs.
Austin died Saturday afternoon, Austin
surrendered to tho authorities.
the Lrii noiiT
of Wm. Sevlllo, a machinist of Pittsburg,
formerly forman of tho Huron works of
that city, was found in tho tunnel at the
Intersection of Third street to-day. It is
supposed that ho arcidently fell from tho
pavemont while passing alone; Third
street lat night, there being no railing or
other iruardt to prevent such accidents.
Olf 1 1I K DEATH or CIIIi:r..UIKTICE
Washington, October After ad
journment of the supreme court to-day
order that tho justlcos might to
pay their annual visit to the president,
a mooting was held to tako active cere
mony on tho death of Chiof-Jiistlco Cbase.
There were prosent in tho chamber Att'y
Uen. Williams, Uon. Butler, Senator
Bayard, Carlyle, Casey, Phillips, Otto
Pike, Asbton, David O, Durant, llradloy,
Beverly Johnson, Pascal, Munich and
many other distinguished members of the
On motion of Carlyle the
Hon. reveri.y .ioh.sson
presided, and D. W. MMJloton, clork of
tho court acted as sccrotarv.
Mr. Johnson, on taking the chair, said
tho doath of an ommlnent judge of nvon a
slate court Is always a great calamity, but
tho chiof-justico of tho supreme court of
tho United Statos was still a greater ca
lamity because of a greator extent of Ju
risdiction and questions of groater Im
portance to bo decided. He felt sure that
ho could aiscrt with perfect truth that
moro able, puro and upwright justices
than those were not to be found in any
othor country in tho world; and as to tho
lato chief-Justice, ho was equal lo
his predecessors. When the appointment
was mado, although Lo had a high appre
ciation ol the tallvnt and ability as a leg
islator and officer of tho government, and
wis satisfied Chaso was truly a great man,
ho had his doubts concerning his rapacity
for tho distinguished judicial rosition, bnt
in this ho was mistook for his decisions in
volving so many dolicato and important
questions growing out of our sad civil
strife, from tho first commanded tho ap
proval of tho profossion and country.
In conclusion, Johnson said sonic
consolation was to bo found in tho fact
that as a father, tho lato chief justice was
tender; as a friond, steadfast; hi u man,
bo stood to tho last high in tho confidence
of his countrymon, and ho died, as ho
lived, a christian.
said ho was satisfied that the members of
tho br had listened with profound re
spect to the remarks of tho chairman, and
he thought it unnecessary to ottor any
remarks; but would move tho appoint
ment of a commlttoo to report on such
action as was nooessary to bo taken. Tho
committoe was accordingly nppointed.
After an interval of a few minutes, Mr.
Merrick reported a lories of resolutions
oulogestic of tho character of tho de
coasod, and tendering to his family the
deopfolt sympathy of tho mooting in their
loss of a father, and that the attorney gen
eral of the United States bo roquostod to
move in tho supremo court that tho reso
lutions bo cntored in theminutos, and as a
farther mark of rcspoct, that tho mombers
of the bar will wear the usual budgo of
mourning a0 days. The resolutions were
agreed to, and the meeting adjourned.
MARTIN f. CONWAY,
who was arrested last Saturday for shoot
ing ex-Sonator Pomeroy, will lmvo a pre
liminary boaring at the police court to
morrow morning. Pomoroy denies the
statement that lio will decline to prosecute
Conway, and says tho complaint will bo
entered by tho officer wl.o made tho ar
rest, but all who witnessed the shooting
bavo been summoned togethor with tho
ex-senator, who will also give hu testi
mony. KX-I'UK8IIKNT JOHNSON
declines at present to make any state
ments as to tho naturo of his buslncsi In
Washington. Ho lays he will bo hare
several days and before he goes will have
something tossy In rolatlon to Ills pres
ence bore. It is believed ho will prepare
a statement in refutation of that recently
published by Judge Holt, but gives no in
formation upon thii top'.c. Ho is accom
poniod by bis son, Andrew Johnson Jr.
This morning a large number of personal
and political friends called upon him at
tho hotel. Shortly after Johnson's ar
rival he sent for O. .Moore of this city,
who was his private secretary during his
loft liore tbi evunlui; for Toledo to attend
the reunion unny of Tenncssoe.
Mlor AND KILLED.
Namiivillk, O.'toher 13, H. M. Klch
ards, proprietor of an academy of music,
a disreputable place of amusement in this
city, was shot and instantly killed on the
street before the doer of his establishment
at noon to-day by .In. Hogan, a young
man 10 years of ae, Richards had se
ducod Iiogan'j sister und refused to marry
her. Hcgnn, after nhootlng him, stood
over and watched him to see that he was
dead then walked across tho street and
gave himself up to Cupt. Stockoll, chief of
the llro department, aud is now under ar
rest at police headquarters.
DEATH or A I'ltOMINKNT CITIZEN.
Baltimore, October l :. K. Parker
Scott, Judgo of the Baltimore City courtj
and Presiding Judgo of the Supremo
Bench of Baltimore, died this morning
afier a protracted Illness, Age "0,
Bokton, October 13. Bostons 2''; Bui
BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1873.
Mem i'H is, October 13. Goorgn I).
Plummor, a prominent Mason, and V. T.
McLofrcsb, a commission merchant, aro
among tho dead reported to-day.
Tho Magnolia and Tivoll, two or the
largest beor balls in the city, both owiod
byQulntall & Sons, closed this morning
for lack of business.
A slight frost this morning inspired
hope, and very few new cases were re
ported up to noon. An important feature
nollcoablo In tho dlsoase is that It soon
runs Its course to recovery or death.
Many cases attacked a week ago aro on
the street, while those attacked earlier aro
still conflnod to their rooms. Tho mortu
ary report from noon yesterday to noon
tn-dar is 42, of whlc'l 3C aro yellow fever,
and C from othor uausos, against fio all
causes, AO yellow fever and 10 other
causes, from Saturday noon to Sunday
noon. Trains leaving tho city coutlmtn
Last Saturday afternoon John Wilson,
a highly respected cltlzon, aged HO years,
recently a prominont citizen of Marshall,
Mississippi, died a most deplorablo death
accidentally on Col, Hugh drives placo,
six miles cast of the city of Momphls, on
tho Charleston railroad. Mr. Wilson, in
company with Mr. drives, was hunting
birds. Ho had dlschurgod ono barrel of
Ills gun and was reloading when his dog
ran up against him, discharging tbo re
maining barrol, tho full load
HTRIKINO IUM IN TIIK TKMrl.E,
ranging upward and tearing away throo
inches of his skull. Ho lived about live
hours and died about 'Jt o'clock Saturday
morning. Mr. Wilson has lived in this
county somo years and wait popular
among those who knew him.
Tbo caso of McLean, lato tax-collector
of Shelby county, has been
DECIDED AOAI.NST HIM
by tho supreme court.
Noar Boylesvillo in Malady county,
West Tennosseo last week, 8 or 10 armed
men went to the houso of a citizen, and
took a negro girl out into tho woods and,
each in turn, outraged hor person, Tbey
did not attempt to disguise thomielvos,
and carried their victim but a short dls
tar.co from tho houso. Her body was
found soon after tho bousts had left, mot
horribly mangled, and live extinct.
$15,000 I'OK THE RELIEF Ol' MEMPHIS,
Cincinnati, October 13. The common
council to-day appropriated 115,000 for
tho relief of .Memphis, and appointed tho
mayor and three membors of tbo council
to dlsburso it. Mayor Johnston of Cin
cinnati, received a telegram from Mayor
Johnson of Momphls, this afternoon, in
which is tho following language: "I am
grieved to have to say that tho disease is
prevailing and not abating, and that wo
still have to ak and accept aid from
abroad. Our .greatest wants are money,
blanket and provisions."
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
New Orlkanc, October 13. All In
coming vessels report the encountering of
a torriblo hurricano on the 5th and Gtb,
Fbo ship Corondalot from Liverpool, lost
all but her main mast muzzen and muz
zon top mast, but arrivod at Southwest
Pass. 8ho was yesterday in company with
an unknown dismasted ship. Tbo ship
Brcmon arrivd and reports that in tho
heavy storm a bark was seen with tho
main mast carried away, and two full ng
gvd ships with the loss of their top masts
The New Orleans clearing houie asso
ciation has established 2 per cent, pre
mium as tho rate to bo collected for ex
chango fur the prosent upon bills and notes
which are made payable with exchange
on New York.
HonoN, October II!. -Benjamin Dean
has declinod the democratic nomination
for congress from tho third district on the
grounds that n portion of tho convention
advocated no naminatinn, and .anothor
portion advocated the nomination of tho
Madrid, Octobor 13. It is said that
Don Alphonzo and wife lmvo recrosscd
from tho frontier in Franco.
uis mi rmi or m hivi'.hn
For 24 hours ending fl p.m., October 10, 1873
"Surface of water below tienen mark-.
Observer Sig. Ser. U. a, x.
FiTTsni'ito, October 13, Blver about
on a stand, with 2fi inches in the channol,
Clear and cool.
Cincinnati, October 13. Ulver tit
ohanged, Icksuuro, Oct. 13.D.iwn, Crpscent
City, Boll Loo. No boats up. Clerr, conl
and river falling.
Kvansvii.I.e, Octobor 13. Clear and
ploasant. Mercury 10 to CI". Itlvor sta
tionary. Down! Kvansvlllo, S. N. Mil
ler, John It. liransfort. Up: llurkos
vlllo, Fayotto, BoberU. Business fair.
Louisville, Oct. 13. Kivor stationary
with '20 inches in the canal. Arrived ;
Pat Kognrs, Cincinnati; Ada Hellman,
Honderson: Deported : Ada Hollman,
Ilenderson; Pat liogcrs, Cincinnati.
Chic Kio, October 13. Flour demand
light, and holders X firm unchanged.
Wheat, Irrogular and unsettled; closing
steadier with No. 1 51 0C1 07; No. 2
$1 011 02, and closing price for N'i. 3
Corn steady; No. 2 mlxod 3'J cash; No.
Now oats qtliol; No 2 32c cash.
Now rye steady at 01c.
Barley dull and a shade lower; N'u. 2
fall $1 3.1; No 3 $1 00(J1 0".
Pork $14 50 on spot, f.,r January.
Lard steady 7jc cash,
Bulk meats steady; sales .hort irili mid
dles loose at 7c. Bocon, nothing doing.
Whisky firm at Ulo.
New York, Octobor i:i. Flour, dull
and lowor, iuporllno$f Hi,C; common to
good $0 '-'o&C 65; good to chh u ?'l 50.
Whlto wheat, extra ?77 00.
Whlskoy, lower at D3jc.
Wheat lower, No. .'I spring, Chicago
tl 30fJ)t 32; No. ', $1 3ja :ir,; uprlng
fl 30(?!)1 35; northwest $1 'M(,r I 37,
wlntor, red western $1 Mftjl M.
Bye quiet at 'JOQ.i').
liar ley unchanged.
Corn, heavy and lowor, mixed &!(Ti,ij c;
high mixed nnd yollow western 7Mi,G.'iJc.
Oat. heavy and lowor, western mixed
Coffee and sugar dull.
Molasses dull and unchanged.
Pork, dull and lower; new mess f K 50;
ox-prlmo $11 51101 1 75.
Ileof and cut meats unchanged, mid
dlings dull and a shado easier; long clear
spot 8J8Jc; short ribs De.
Lard steady, old wostern steam 8J.
New Orleans, October 13. Flour;
only local demand; XX fi 60; treble
J C 258; family S09 75.
Corn scarce dOc.
Oats quiet S8C0c.
Bran, sales in store $1 10.
Hay scarce and firmed, i'-'tf; choice t30
32. Dry salt shoulders, !c.
Bacon nominal, SJOje.
Hams 1 lfTr)16c.
Lard dull; tierce eifnJlc; keg ICQjIOJc.
f-'tiiiar nothing doing.
Mnlastes, 10 bhls new syrup old at $fil.
AVhiikoy dull; Louisiana 8Hc; Cincin
New York, October 12. Ileevcs fresh,
receipts 7,400 making 13,7'Ji) for thn week
against 18,768 last week, and 10,220 for
ouch corresponding week last year. The
supply is altogether too largo and at a de
cline of more than one dollar por 100 lbs.
The market dragged heavily and closed
woak with forty car-loads loft unsold.
Poor to strictly prime, natlvo steors 8c;
poor to good Texas C(2,JJc; nono but
northern fed Tex a in e,olng ut about $7;
but native stoers 77 Jc; cut at 10ll) J.
WHITE UOLLAK PLANING M I LL
H WAI.TKUN, Iroirllir,
HARD and SOFT LUMUER
LATH, SH1NOLK3, OKDAll POS1V
DOOHS, SAH11, BLINDS
Steamboat L it m h k it,
Kiirninlml on t-Lcirlnut notio.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth and
Corner Twelfth btrcot and Washington Ave
J. C. II U ELS.
(Late of St. l.ouh.)
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK HOOK
MAN UFACTU KICK.
BLANK BOOKS or every description done
with neiitnoM and dispatch. All kind of
ruling douo ut flinrt notice. HIIiIch, .Music.
MauaJneH and Putiodicali bound ncut ani
at the lowot iohII1c rates.
ounty work, such uh Itocnrdx, Docket!)
Vie UookN, Blanks, etc., made a ipeciality
Hoxch, Pocket llool;, Kuve (open, etc
n le to nrdor 11-24
Caiuo Box and Ba.sk kt Co.
Vmmi OF ALL KINDS
IIAItlt AMI SO IT.
Keep constantly on baud
I'l.OOlll.Nd AND SlDIXll, ALSO L.TII.
MILL AND YARD CORNER TIIIIIT Y-VOURTI1
hTREET ANJI OHIO LEVEE.
OAIIU), - ILLINOIS. 7-30 tf
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j WHOLESALE OKOOKKB, I
Cnr. Commercial Av. ami ltli M.
Also, keep eontiUnlljr nn bnj a rnott oim
plute stock of
SCOTCH AMD IUIBrj WUIBKIBS
-a i N h.
Port, Madorla, Bhorry and Catawba W it. o
1) AN1K L LAMF Kit T,"
Kiuiitu St., Ut. Com. ft Waiii.,
llectliler r ml Wholesale Oeulcr hi
rOHKIIlN A Nit IIOMKft IS!
LIQUORS AND WINKS
NO. 02 OHIO LEV EC,
y:5 lf . CAMU), ILLINOIS
JOl'LIN & WliHH,
COUNTRY PKOIMIOK, CHAIN,
t'lour, Mitl, llnrnn. i:ie.
N(). (1 IfoWAltll'K JiOW,
J.TTLIbcral advances on coiisiglmiiieiil
Parties wishing to keep pouted with oilr
market will please ncnil nddrcsn.
ItKKI'.ltKNCKS. Itnnkd mill t.ii.l lll KM t llf Ii
it .Memphis 'reni.cee.
ORANDKST SOU EM R EVER KNOWN I
3?1 0 TJ" IE?!1 H
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
VOIt TIIK Ili.NEUT lie fllK
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
l-'.dlMI CASH (HITS $ I, .'.(1(1,1100.
F.VKItY FIFTH I'lCUF.T DltA Wd A (J I FT
$200,000 zon $oo
'I he Fourth Grand (lift Concert author.
leil In peclal act or the Legislature lor the
benellt ril tlic Public Library ol Kentucky,
will take place In the Public Library Hall
at Louisville, Ivy.,
WKDNHSILW, DKCKMIIKIt ::. lT:i,
Only Sixty thotu.ind tlckctx will be Mild,
and one-halt of tlie-e are Intended lor tbo
Ktiropc.in market, thiiH leaving only ;io,nl
for rale in the Fulled l State", where 100,000
were dlpoieil of (or the Third Concert.
The ticket arc divided Into ten coupon or
partu, olid have on their back the fieheine,
with a full explanation of the mode ol draw-In-.
At thin concert, Which will be the Kiand
ct inn-leal display over witnessed In tlita
country, the tltinrcccdented Mini ot
divided Into I'.'.fioo cah L-Iftswlll be distrib
uted by lot amotiL' the ticket-holder. The
numbers of the ticked to he drawn from
one wheel by blind children, and tbo yilts
LIST OF GIFTS.
One (Irand Cash
One (irand (,'ali
One (Hand Cush
One (irmid Cash
One (Irand Cash
10 Cah (lids
SO Cash (lilts
ilo.lns) each .
ri,(nni each .
. . 17,Wm
. . 40,000
. . 4.(KX)
. . S'J.SOO
. . .V.H.OOJ
U) Casli (lifts
bO Cash (lilts.
100 Cash (lifts
1W) Casli (illt.
iV) Cash (lilts
l,isni Ca-h (ilfu
1 .000 each .
fim each .
M each .
'JinI each .
100 each .
Totnl, l'J.Oflrt illts, All Cash,
The distribution will he positive whether
all the tickets arc sold or not, and the l'J,(x)
gift all paid in proportion to tho tickets sold
nil unsold tickets helm: destroyed an at the
First ncd second Concerts and tint repre
sented In the drawing.
IMtlC'K OF TICKETS'.
Whole tickets, f.Vl.OO; llalven. i'l.OOj
Tenths, or each coupon .".0O; Kiev en
Whole Tickets for s.iOU.OO; SIJ Tickets for
41,000.00; 1 l:t Whole Tickets lor fi.000.00 ;
Whole Tickets for 810,000.00. No dis
count on Ies than M).W vvnrtli ol TlekeU
to u time.
The unparalleled sticccfs of the Third
(lit Concert as well as tho satis
taction (riven by tlm First and
Second makes It only necessary tomiununro
the Fourth to insure the prompt sale ol ev
ery ticket. Tliu Fourth Gift Concert will
hu conducted Inall lis details like the Third,
and full pattlciilarH may be learned from
circulars which will be sent free Irom this
nlllcc to all who apply tor them.
Tickets now ready fur title and all orders
acci)iiiiuniril by the money promptly tilled.
Liberal terms given to those who buy to noil
aualti. TI10S. L HltAMI.hTI'K,
Am-ii Public Library Kentucky and .Mans.
JOHN B. PlILLIS & SON,
(Huodesnots to John II. Pblllit,)
DEALKHH IN HAY, OOKN, OATS,
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
AOKNTS FOIt LAFLIN AN I) KAN J)
Con. Tenth Htiiket and Ohio Levee
J. 0. MATHBWSON,
And Agent for
Hazaiid and DuroNT Powder Co.,
I'T IS 2STOT TKyTJB
IS OKA I).
Hi: IN NTII.I, I.IVINU AXtt IN !AIHO
His otlico and dlspctikury ut
NO. 22 EIGHTH STIIUKT,
Hot. Commercial anil Wuslilii,'ton nvuiiueH
It U true, the doctor Is one of tho oldest
pliyniclans of the Place, apd his diploma,
that lianci in his olllce, sIiowh Unit fjo haa
been ill years In the profession, Ho Is doliijr
a larger otllce practice thun any other phy
sician, treating till kinds ot chronic UUeuses
of the hmnaii system, sIicIiuh old ulcers, and
all diseases of the skin, humors and blond
poisons; also dlcaso ot the Ihroiitj also
all diseases ot the eves of years standing :
also artificial eyes inserted; llttulu cured
without the use of a kiille ; cancers cured
by the application of medicines; pimples ou
tho face removed ; nil miliary diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal and pijvute
diseases, cillcd In thn shortest tlmo ; Hernial
weakness and sclf-ah'iso cured in u shott
It Is self-evident that a physician treating
cases for twenty-two year, acquires great
AU consultations coinlduntlc.il, In person
or by lettea.
All medlclnrs furnished at office In all
cws. iMMtf. On. David Ut'LT,
THE CITY NATIONAL
B A KT.
II A I H4S, ILLINOIS!
W. ('. IIALI.IIlAV, l'r.nt
HENhT Ii. ilAI.LIDAY, Via J.il
A. H.HAFK0KH, flhlor:
WAI.'IEK II Vril.ul', . .lutu i)l,l, r
Htutt Ttiu.H, K'ufkr II. C'cssis jutu,
IUsmi I.. llAtuvit, W, I', lUniuit,
lll.i, 1 1. Witlli.i,, HTrils Hli
A, H. Hliriim.
Karlintiiftt, Villa ! IIssIImI Mutrm
HoutU Munihl nut Siold.
HKKlieiri'U rssili., au.l a b.fl Utkljy
PIRHT NATIONAL BANK
r v a t s,
It. W. Mll.t.KH, Prrsideiit.
.1. M, I'll I ' l.ll'H. Vlce.'reili,nt,
Chsk, CllNNIMHIIAM, Cashlet
OOLLKOTIONH PltOMPTLV MaliK.
S.TXUIUNUC, oola. l.srik Bole. a. (JdiImI
1j Htslrs fwiurllls fiuiislit ml sold.
miirMi AIIowmI an lime UoalSa.
tii.rljir.d ! .roll It, IS19
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIKO
A. H. HAFKOltl). ProUdcnt;
S. S. TAYLOK. Vice-President;
II. HYSI.OP, Secretary ami Treasurer
P. M. IUscl.il, Ouil. UilMail,
K. U. BtuCtHstM, I'iCL U. UvMlH,
R. H, Ccssih, H. V, iUtmai,
ISvmmIiI sssiv Asnuaul Hxrrlvrd Irons
Txn S Mt l!imrta.
1.NTKKK-1T psnl od drposlts si It, rls el an
psrernt. prr tnaum, Msrch UtsniJ ttoittn
tssr 1st. Intcis.t not wllhJmwn U tA- luinit.
.lltlj tothM principal of In dn-Jslti, tl,rrt,,
glvlBsr tliMii conipoiind InUrvst.
MAKHIKIl WOMEN AND CIiII.lta.KH MAT
to tan so ass iui e tk v it.
i)fn titty business (Ur from a.m. to s im
and Httunlav r .ox tor HAVI.NO UKfonl'lL
onlr, from I to I o clock.
suotf W. IITHL0I'. TrsMUrsr.
SAM UK Is T. WIIKKLKH,
ATTORNEY & OII'JNSEI.OR AT LAW
Office over First National bank. :i-I.Miu
WILLIAM J. Al LKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Otllce ov er First National bank.
John II. Mulkey. Will.ttu 0. illilVey
MULKEY &. SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllce: Khrhth street, between Com mot
els! and Washington avemiei.
M INt-'KLf .A Si KO t'H.
MlLLKIt & 1'AI.KKH,
KOKWAKIJ1N0 MKKOH ANTr),
DKALKK8 IN PLOUH, CORN
Oat3, Hay, otc,
AOKNTS fob FAIHUANK'S SCALKil
Ohio Levee. CAIKO. II.LINOIH.
II. A. Tliotns L. I), Thorns
THUMB & HKOTHHK,
Silccososrs to II, M.lllllen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AND DEALKHH IN
Ntnple mid I'rtiiejr (iruverlra,
Foreign and Domestic
IUI Commercial Avenue,
0A1K0, - - ILLINOIS.
K. 0. I'AOK&CO.,
V I V v I 4 1
A N I)
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer la
Lime, Cement, Piaster, Hair, Kto.
Mo Ohio Leve,
3T1 will sell In car load lots at manulae
Hirers prices, adding freight. 4-8-tl
AUCTION SAI.K OF UNCLAIMED UA(1
UAOK. Will be sold at auction at the Central
bouse ou Sixth street, Cairo, lllluols, on the
1st day of November, at 10 o'clock a.m., a
large quantity of unclaimed bandage to sat
isfy charges thereon.
0-30 tl Mils, T. N. GAFFNIY.