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OPPICE, BTTIilEJI'IIN- BTjrritDIXTO-, COB. lST1 STREET A.KD W-A-SKIGh-rOJET A.VI33iTTTE.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1872.
Our Homo Advertisers.
HILMHEKV.
MitS. M. SWANDER,
IN TUB
ATHENEUM BUILDING
ha opened out an extensive slock ol
MILLINERY GOODS
All ol which ire entlretr new and of Hie very
LATEST SPUING GOODS.
THESTOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
IFLOWIEIRS,
AnJ an elegant assortment of
LACES, FRINGES, KID (JLOVE8, IIOHIKRY
anil all article usually kept in a tlrit-cla mil.
Iltiery (loir,
lira. Kwandrr invite ih public locall and In
st ect her stock, whieh she will lake pleasure lu
bowing to old aa well aa new ruatotr er.
4 ctr.
M It S . ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Street, botweon Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
CAIRO, ILL,
la receiving ilalljr new Invoice of
JriIiXiI2STEI?,Y O-OOIDS,
Of ev,ry (Iorltlon, and at Pains vomit til
Tim
HIE LATE&T BTYLEri OK
S I'M NO AND SUM.UEK GOODS,
HON NETS,
HATS, HIHKONS,
TRIMMINGS,
FHKNCII FLOW KKS,
NKCKTIKS, COLL A IIS,
UNDEK SLEEVES,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VAItDKN GLOVES,
DOLLY VAKDEN fil'NSIIADES,
DOLLY VAItDKN PAltAaOI-S ETC.
Together wllli all the other art ole kept In a
Kim I Clas Millinery and Trimming Hore. To
l old at the Very loactt fUuf.
"Call aud see her. No trjublr lo show
Good.
MRS. 31 c G E E,
(lu Eighth fitrret, between Commercial and Wash
ington Avenue. I daily receiviiif
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEhT rTUINO A Nil BUMMER r-TYLE.
lU'UKita a lull lino of
ioiTiTEars & HATS
(Trimmed and untrlmmed,
FIlENCd FLOWEita. ribiwn-i, trimming
of all kind. Lnee, etc., etc.
Mr. MrOee lit alao a large a.iortraent, o
Kane)' Articles, auch a
.NECK TIK. COLLtlH, UNDERSLEEVK3,
ItUFFtf, A3HE4, FANS,
And all other artiidei tuually found la a
FIKST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
.Mr. Mcflee, in addition lo her tock of Fancy
n'l Alilllocry flood, haa a Ado and complete a.
Sjrttr.eut ol Cincinnati L'Uftom Male Ladle-
ui.ii Ml.,-' fehoe and Children' lloot, lllack
and in Color. Thee are acknowledged to be
the fineit and bt ahoea in the market, aLd Ihla
a the only place in the city that make, them a
penally.
CHEAP GROCERIES.
THE K-EW'SYSTEM.
tIKOCEKIE II ETA I LED AT WHOLESALE
1-MCE8 FOR (ASH.
AT II. C. THIELEOKE'S STORE.
WASHINUTON AVENUE, 1IETWEEV TENTH
ANI ELEVENTH fcTREETS.
50 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - S3 00
!lj " " " "' ... 1 00
(ij tLi. A coffee Suuar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " 1'rimB Rio Coffee for - - I 00
:tj " Choice " " - - 1 00
3 Old Government Java - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally lis cheap.
Goods new, and full weight given. Cull
und try.
FOB NAI.E
The llllnol, Central Had Road Company now
offer for sale the following described lot inJPir
A 1 1 J 1 1 1 o ii lo the City of Cairo, Tic I
Lot 27 Mock an. Lot J I block (2,
' It " 20, " 27 " HI,
" 6 " S 28 ' 62,
0 M, ' 31 ' 82,
" .1 " bt, " 3i " M.
orlcrmn.ole. apply to JAMEU JOHNSON,
sdtl teen'.
HC3rC. llanny wishes the
public to be informed that he
has on hand a Stock of Goods
as oxtensivo as any in the
S&uthwest, and that lie is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examino goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
"On yesterday nttcrnoon wo visited the
now dontistry of Dr. W. P. "William,
(successor to Dr. A. M. Austin,) in NefTs
new brick building on Eighth stroet, re
moved from Dr. Austin's old stand on
Commercial avenue. Dr. Williams bus
already acquired un oxcollont reputation
as a sklllod and successful dentist, as woll
as for a genial and gentlemanly clmractur
of high standing, and has glvon entiro
satisfaction to nil who have hitherto re
quired his services. Ho desires lo return
thanks for tho patronago which luia thus
enabled him to keep up with tho public
demand, and which is alike orcditablo to
his cntorprlso and professional ability us
to tho appreciation of thorn by his fellow
townsmen. Dr. 'Williams now occuphs
an elegant suito of aparttnonts on tho
second story of tho ufyro mentioned lino
building. Tho recelptlon and opornting
rooms nro well and neatly furnished,
whilst tho laboratory poisosses nil tho up
pliunces that modern sclenco can furnish
in tho dental line, no is fully prepared
thuroloro to perform all dontufoperutlon
aCTiis usual reasonable rutes. Dr. A, M
Austin will return to Cairo on tho 1st o,
Septombor to remain. That gentleman Is
tobecomotho partner of Dr. Williams in
tho puctico of uii profo'iion, 7-10dtf
THE BULLETIN'
TELEGRAPHIC,
UK. IJIIEELEV OVERWHELMED WITH CALL
ERS, New York, July 17. Mr. Greeley is
oir for a quiet run lo Clinppaqua, having
determined to suspond his Saturday vis
ItH, finding hit callers so many us to over
whelm him. It is underatood ulio that Ills
accessibility while in tho city will be les
sened. Tho pursuit of him by photograph
ers and other interested callurs lias
amounted to n nuisance.
oov, DROWN,
For tho first time since his serious at
tack, Gov. lirown visited the Liberal
headquarters, at tbo Glenham Hotel, this
morning. Ho win driven around in a car
riage from his temporary residence with
Dr. Steele, nnd conversed freoly with the
city politicians who ho found there,
ur.ro uth at hkaio,uakter!.
At the headquarters accounts continuo
to pour in from nil quarters
of the satisfaction und encourag
ing progress of tho campaign, llnl
imoro, .Mil., (one of tho presidential
electors on Grant's ticket who withdrew
nnd Jolnod the Greeloy rank:,) oi'Sonator
Miller of Georgia, Co). Jas, J. Davis,
Judge Fowler, Col. Master und ex-Senator
Curl Schurz of Miiiuurl, have taken the
stump. Those who are In North Curolina
send in cheering intolligenco from that
dlttrict. Gen. Kilpatrick starts for Malno
to-day to stump Unit stnto.
NORTH CAROLINA.
Supervisor l'crry of North Carolina is
in tho city, and says tbu Grant ticket will
carry by 10,000 rnujority. I'orry is a run
ting carpet-bagger from Maine, who
makes no concealment, and ho to-duy
boldly asserted "the otilccrs of tho inter
nal revenue are doing no revenue busi
ness now, and wo havn't done anything
outside of politics for months past. Wu
ure working like heaven." Ho said he
had been all over the stale, and that ho is
sure of tbo majority stated.
AFFRAY rf.NDINO.
A report is in circulation to-night that
a controversy lias arisen between Senator
Pool and Judge Mcrriuni, tho democratic
candidate for governor of North Carolina,
of such a fierco character as to bo no
longer within the scope of peaceful set
tlement. Il is said both gentlemen are
fully armed and that a collitlon is expected
ut their first meeting. Friends have inter
ceded, and it is now stuted that tho ctforU
of their friends are confined to un attempt
lo keep each out of sight cf
tho other. A duel is freely talked of.
CHOLERA.
New York. July 17. A Horlin letter
of July 3, to the London 'Times,' says the
cholera is fast making its way front the
interior of Russia to '.ho 1'rusiian frontier.
God preserve Berlin if it visits us this
year. Owing to gross negligence of tho
municipal authorities some of the broad
navigable water courses in this city were
a few vears ago converted into open sew
ers. Tho most aristocratic quarter is,
perhaps tho most subject to pestilential
vapors. In the meantime mortality is
rapidly on the increase here, having
reached 1 per cent., against 'i in 1807.
Caution. Every genuine box of Dr.
McLean's Liver Fills bears tho irignaturo
of Fleming Uros, Pittsburgh, I'u., and
their private U. S. stamp. ''Take no
other." The market is full of imitation?.
It is the popular verdict that people who
have been accustomed to tho usoof Bitters
and Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to re
sort to McLean's Liver Pills for permanent
relief. C-lGwCm.
Go to tho Thalia for llio test Weiss
beer in town. &-2ldtf
Fritz Schelek's beer saloon, on Wash
ington avenue, west side, between Ninth
and Tenth streets, bus become n favorite
placo of resort. His Weiss beer is always
cool und fresh und quenches thirst with
magic quickness. The bar is also stocked
with the best brands of whisky and brandy
und his lino of wines Is splendid. Fritz is
n courteous and clever host, and deserves
liberal patronngc. Call on him. tf.
Wit. Eichoff has purchased the estab
lishment of Eichotf Brothers, in Cairo,
und now proposes to prosecute the furni
ture manufacturing business with now
vigor, und pledges hlmsolf to sell furniture
of overy description cheaper thnn ever be
forn. Try him. 0.25tf
TESTIMONIALS.
(Kroui ihe cfldraled Musical l'roffsor, 1'hilllp
1'hllllp.
I do not think I over saw u finer toned
organ than this one, and if 1 could always
II ml as sweet a toned ornn as thW one,
(Simmons & Clough) I should uover
trouble myself to carry one with me."
From tho Detroit Punlnaular Herald,
"For both interior linish and cxtorlor
appearance, and In tho completeness of nil
their appuinmcnts, these 1 Combination
Organs' aro perfect beauties, while for
their musical qualities, both as regards
quantity and quality of tono, and for va
riety of expression, pleasantness of touch,
oasoof oporution, and nil tho qualifications
which contribute to tho perfection of a
desirullo instrument of this kind, wohavo
full confidence that thoy are unsurpassed
by nny manufacture in tho coutry.
"There Is no manufacturing institution of
which Dotrolt can more justly icol proud,
thnn of this manufactory of benutiful und
useful Instruments, for tho Simmons &
Clough Organ Co.'s orgnns nro now recog
nized tho country over, as among tho very
ibcst tho market affords."
From Ihe UurlinRion Iowa Tribune,
"Messrs, Lang & VnnMcter have just
received u number of now organs, and
among thorn two recommend themselves
particularly, by a now Invention which
makes tho tono mnro llko that of a flute
wheroforo thoy aro particularly adapted to
accompany tho voice In singing. Theso
organs uro supplied with "Scrlbnor's pat
ont" qualifying tubes. Through this in
vontldnun organ having only two sots of
reeds, is u powerful as any other which
has six or eight tots of roods," 7-18-lw.
Louis Blatau's saloon desorves tho
popularity In to which It has grown. It has
bcon Very handsomoly fitted up, and is so
comfortnblo that It Is a pleasuro to whilo
away a spnro hour there, Tho bar is
supplied with all kinds of flno liquor and
wines, and with tho best of Fresh Lager
Itccr, and Weiss Ilcor that In dcllciousenss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, frco to
patrons, It spread ovory day, and mi articlo
of S wcitzcr Cheese, tho best in tho market,
is always on hand. Mr, Illautnu invites
tho public to givo him a call, on Eighth
street, between Commercial avenuo und
Ohio Levee, opposite tho Perry House, in
Rlzor's building. 7-2. dtf
Rest Weiss boor at the Thalia. 0-21td
HOW TO GO WEST.
This Is an enquiry which every ono
should have truthfully answored before ho
starts on this journey, and a little care
taken In examination of Routes will In
many cases save much trouble, time and
money,
Tho "I. U. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Rloornlngton to Bur
lington, has achieved a splendid reputation
in the last two years as the leading passen
ger route to the west. At Burlington It
connects with the great Burlington Route
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Ncbrnka and Kansa, with close
connections to California and thu Terri
tories; and passengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do bettor
than to take tho I. B. ii W. and Burlington
routo.
This Line h.i published a pamphlet
called "How to go Wet ," which contains
much valuable information; a large correct
map of the Great West, which can bo
obtained frco of charge by addressing the
Generul Passenger Agont B. & M. It. It
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,d&w3m.
Loveliness on the increase. A
marked increase of female loveliness is th
oye'dolighting result of the immense
popularity which Haoan'h Maonolia
Balm has obtained among tbo ladies of
America. Complexions radiant with
snowy purity nnd tingled with the roseate
hue of health are commonly met with
whenever it is used. For the sallow and
unwholesome appenranco of the face and
neck, which utterly cnuntcrbalai.ces the
effect of any personal attraction tho owner
may possess, it substitutes that
clear, pes rl -unarm in woman, and
renders the rough like complex
ion which is such a transcendent
est skin as soft as Genoa velvet. No one
is more astonished than the person using
it, at tho marvelous transformation which
it elTects in these particulars.
7-1 "eod-d&w-lw.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGT0N-AV
THE FUR TRADE.
II. LEVY & CO. PAY the iiiohest MABCET
I'RICES.
Below will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by II. Levy & Co., for
hides, furs, feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, und nil kinds of country produce.
Levy iS; Co. do a very largo trado in their
line, nnd ills a well known fact that they
always pay tbo highest prices to bo ob
tained in this market. They uro now
paying for
furs :
Mink S2 00a 2 25
Raccoon 00
Wild Cat CO
House Cat 10 a 10
Muk Rat 15
Opossuu 12
Otter 5 00 a 7 00
Bear Skins 2 Oo uG 00
B.avcr, per pound CO a 70
HIDES, I'Elt I'OUND:
Deer Skins 27 a 37
Beef Hides, Dry Salt 18a20
" " Green Salt i)al2
OTHER ARTICLES'
Tallow, par pound C a7
Feathers, " " 60 a Co
Wool, " " CO a 70
Beeswax " " 25 a 28
Tho above price list is subjected to cor-rec'.ion,
THE LITTLE KENTUCKIAN,
No, 6'J Ohio lovee, Is ihe place whero
thoy keep the freshest fish nnd gnmo, and
tho finest wines, liquors and cigars, to bo
found In tho city. Dinner only twenty
llvo cents. Open day and night, at nil
hours, J. E. Park, Proprietor.
a-nr.
Pat Pitjoerald, of tho samplo room
has received tho appointment of agent for
the sale of tho Hammoudsport, N. Y., Ur
hana Wlnti Company's wines in this city.
If tho bottle with which wo huvo been
favored is u samplo of thu quality of theso
wlnoj, then wo uro prepared to say that
thoy uro among tho bwt wo havo over
tasted. Ho bus just received a largo con
signment, which ho is prepared to tell at
the lowest figures. Ho has iiUi j.. t.und a
largo nnd complete stock of tho various
brands of Irish, Scotch and American
whiskies, and wines of overy variety.
7-9 tf.
Fred. Blankeniiero has engaged n
now pianist, un accomplished musician,
who recently arrived from tho old coun
try. Ho is a very flno porformor and
Fred's is u lino instrument; consequently,
tho music of tho Excelsior, liko its liquors
nnd cigars, is not oxcellrid in tho west.
Go and listen to tho music and try some of
Fred's cool Weiss beer, fl-23 tf
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
Willi Ita Ktooiny ntlendniita, low nu
ll it ' tletircaaloii, Involuntary cuilaifoii.
loam or urnieii, Niernirorrlni'M, loan ol
uower, tllisy lirntl. loan ol memory,
and ftireuteiMHl liniioleucv ami Imbf .
vlllly, Usui n KoverelKB cure lis isiiuu
iiurey'N llonieoilulo hirl.ie ao
Tweiily.elKllt. Coinpood n..e in tvnlun
!! mild aud poteut Curative, tuoy mine
at tho roots thn ol millii, tuno m t o )
lem, arrent the discharges, mid I'n.i'rt tiirorand
ftierev. Ida and vitality toltiuenliip mau. They
havo cured thonaaiida of ca.c. Trice, $5 pei
ll, Willi
packteoI llvelioxea and a large - rial, winch
la very important in obstinate or old cases, or II
iter aiugU box. aold by all druul", "J sent
lit mall on leceint ol urlcs. AJjran HumJlirev.
tSpeciflo Homeopathic Medicine Co., 6C2 llroau
w'ay.N. Y. r P. O. 83S1UH.
autilWoowawlr AJl, Cairo, llliuo
flSix and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Be3t
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY&BIXBY'S.
f.-2t.tr
Foreign Advertisements.
out :. ri:usiiiiti
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Ii . 3D. SINE'S
IKtli Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be drawn Monday, August ith, lTi.
Two Grand Capitals of
85,000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prizes $1,000 J f
Flvo Prizes 600 I I GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 5- (
One Family Carriage and Matched Horse with
feilver-Mounted Harncsa, worth Sl.JOO.
One Ilorteand Ilugzy with 'liter-Mounted Har
ness, worth iGi each.
One fine-toned Rosewood Piano, worth $300.
Five family tewing machines, worth (leOeach.
Tie rfold and ailvi-r leer hunting watches, worth
from 12) to 1.8)0 each. Ladies gold leotlne chain,
geat'a gol i vei chaine, solid and double plated
liter table and tepoona photograph album,
jewelry, etc., etc.
Whole number of giita, 6.00O. Tickets limited to
GO.OlU.
Amenta wanted to tell tickets to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
Mcgie ticket one dollar j six ticket fire dot
larj twelve ilckets, ten dollars! twenty.flve
twenty dollars.
Circular containing a full list of prises, a de
scription of the manner ot drawing, and other
Information In reference lo ihe distribution, v il I
bo ent to any one orderins them. All letter
lnut bo addressed to L. D. BINE, Box, 66,
nrrni, Cincinnati, O.
101 WettMhit. not-wiillv
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized iiy State Authority and
Drawn in Punnc in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMBERS.
Class G, to dk Drawn July 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 I'riieof JJO.OOO KO :
1 " of. 13.4M 9
1 " of. 10.WX) 9
1 " Of. 7,100 9
I " of t.uoo 9
i " ot 2.SU0 36
31 " of 1,000 36
20 " of. U0 ISO
40 " of MO SOU
Tickots $10; Half Tic)
KO Prltesof 100
oi
of
of
of
of.
of.
of
of.
J00
30U
2W
200
ISO
100
10
Tickets, $5: Quarter
xicKets, 52 oo.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Slate, are
alwaya drawn at the time named, and all draw
ings are under the supervision of sworn com
miKiioner. The official drawing will be published In Ihe
St. Loul papera and a copy sent to purchasers
oftickel.
Wewlll draw aslmilar scheme the last day of
ejery month during Ihe year 1872.
Remit at our rirk by posmttlce money order,
reglttered teller, draft or express. Henu for cir
cular. Addren. JIURRAV, MILLKK 4 CO.,
I'. O. box 2444. tit. Louis, Mo.
4-injawlv .
IIIO.N WOHKK.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROBERT WOOD. Til 03. H- ROOT.
R015E11T WOOD & CO.
1,130 Ridge Atenue, Philadelphia, Pa,
FOUNTAINS
-VA8ES-
STATUARY
DUCKS
-FLOATING BtVANd
FROGS
WATER L1LI ES
TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountains.
VERANDAHS, bUMMER HOUSE?,
MtHORS, CHAIRS, HETTEES, ic, Ac,
NEW STYLE WIIOUQHT-IRON HAILING for
Front of Houro and Cemeteries, Never before
Introduced.
CAST AND WROUOI1T-IRON HAILINOS for
Public Buildings nnd Hnuarcs, Cemetery Lota,
and Oardeu Fence, llalcuuiea, Roof Crestlugs,
etc., in great variety of I'atterus,
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and straight, ol various
Patlerna and styles. Special attention given this
cla.a of work.
LAMP POaTS, for Froulaof Pul.llo Ilulldiug.
Hotels, and City Street, ol Plain aud Elaborate
Deslgnw,
STABLE FITTINQS. of Caatand Wrought-Iron,
of Now Improved Slylea, auch aa Hay Rack,
Stall Division, Mangers, Harness Brackets, Clut
ter, Traps, Venlllaior, tic,
WIRE WORK or overy description. Wire
Guard of Crlmpod Wire.dalva'jlted r Painted,
Irr I'lain or Ornameutal Patterns, lor Store Uoora
or Winnows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Office. Bank, Counter Railiuga,
Balconies, Lawn nd Firm Fences, 4o Ac.
GATES for entrance lo Ci-meleriea, Publi"
Squares ai d Qentleiuen'a Country Seats, of na
Tubing or Wrought. Iron, both aicgla and uouble.
In elaborate ant alm'ple desluus,
DKINKINQ FOUNTAINS, lor street uses. A
very larie assortment of designs expressly for
this puipose.
CaSt-iKON URINAL B0XE3, for jmbllo parks
and city streets. , .
O VA I. V AS Cs, latest stylet, centennial pattern.
UlTCUINQ POSTS, Jockey, Coolie, Baiabo and
dlaln designs.
Foreign Advertisements.
$ 1, o o o, o o o
SEC03STD
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
LV AIDOKTHK
PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY
AT I.Ot'IKVII.l.t:, KY.
Ily authority In the net of the LegMattirc
Incorporating the Public Library of Ken
tucky, the '1 rti-tec will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
III Die ureal hall of (he Public Library,
building in LotiNWIle, Ky,, on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100 OOOTIt'KKTH OF ADMIHHIOX
will be lestlcd at ll)fiich; half tlckels
luartcr ticket ?2..V); 11 whole ticket for
I00; 2Sforrat Mfore-VK); ll.lfor I,000;
S"i for $-.',.V) : $.i"i for $.-1,000. No discount
on le Hum $100 worth of ticket at a time.
$500,000 i Currency
will be gheii to the holder of ticket by dl
ributhm by lot of ONK THOUSAND
QIV 1ft, a follow:
Our Homo Advertisers.
LIST OFOIFT.S.
One Grand (Jikt. Cakii .
OnkOkand (Hit, Cash.
1
:i
4 oins or Si.on0 v
IS " LO"")
'.'0 " lJ0 v
21 " fcOO'-
2i " T(J0
35 " IVKJ
4."i " MO
.V) " 400
ou ;ioo
lOtl " 200
012 " 100
..lt0,000
60.00U
.ei'i.tmo Cash
20,noo "
. l.000 "
. 10,0(S) "
. 9fm "
.. f,t"SI "
. . T.OOtJ
. . 0,001) '
.. fi.OOO
. . 4.000
. . 3,000 "
. ri.lKJO
. . I.'i.wsj '
. 18,000 '
. . 10,800 "
.. li.riotj
.. 21,000 "
.. 22,500 "
.. 20,000 "
18.0110 "
. . 20,0iK) "
. . 01,200 '
Total, 1,000 Oia, all Cah . .$5W,0l.
The Hon. Tho. E. Hramlctte, latu gover
nor of Kentucky, ha consented to reiire-ent
the Tni-tec in the management of this sec
ond Grand Gin Concert, and he will poron
olly see that the money trnmthe Kale of tick
ets I depo-ited with the Treaurer, that Ihe
drawing i fairly conducted, and the gilt
Justly awanled und proniptly pulil.
The drawing will take pliee in public, in
full view of the audience, aud under the im
mediate uiervi.iou and direction of thu of.
ilcers and Tru-tees or the Public Llbrarv
of Kentucky, and the following named emf
nent and uiintereted citizen, who have
consented to be present anil K-e that all I
fulrly doue. :
Hon. M. It. Hardin, .Itldge Court Appeal...
Kcntuekv.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late 31. C. Lcb'n Dis
trict. Hon. IL W. IJrucc, Judge Ninth Judicial
Dl-triet, Ky.
Gen. Ell II. Murray, L S. Martial, DMriet
Kv.
Hon. T. H. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. fttandiford, President Karmers'
and Drover' Hank.
Hon. John Ilarbce, Manager Iloyal Inur-
aneo Co., Lherpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
District.
Dr. C. Graham, rounder Graham Cabinet.
Col. JiNon P. .lolni-oii,. Manager Gait Houe.
Dr. T. S. Hell, Pror. Medical L'nivcrltv,
Loui-ville.
Hon. S. (. Haxter, Mavor Loulllle.
Hon. T. L. Huniett, City Attornev.
Ilcno' Woirord, Treaurer Loui'llle.
A. O. Iirannln, President Manuraeturers'
Hank.
Phillip Judge, of the I.yuNvllle Hote. Co.
.lame llridgerord, Proident 2d National
Hank,
AV. C. D, Whip. Prop'r Wlllard Hotel.
J. C. Johntou, President Trader' Hank.
IL Victor Neweomb, linn of Newcomb,
Htlehauan k Co.
Henry Deppcn, Pre. Gennau Hank.
Andrew Gruhnin, Tobacco und Cotton Mer
chant. Dr. Nun in Green, L. & C. .Short Line It. It.
Vol. Hose, Adam Expre Co.
TUOS. E. HHAMLKTTE.
Ag't. Pub. Library or Kv,, Pub. Library
Uulldlng, Louisville, Ky.
tdtTC'trcular, giving full particulars, ent
on application. 7-10dA:w2m.
PAVE. . NC'HVII, Asj't.
SIM1L1A SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
UVMPIIREY'd
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
SAVE proved, from the most ample exper
ience, an entire ucces: Simple Prompt
dent and Reliable. They are tho only medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular ue o sim
ple tint mistake cannot tie made in using them;
en harmle as to be free from danger, and ao
efficient as lo be alwaya reliable. They have rain
ed the highest commendation from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
No. Cents.
1, Cure Pvem,congestlnn, inflammation. 23
i, " Worilla, worm fever, worm colic 'ii
3, " STylBisr-cnlio or teething ol infant...24
4, " Illrrtsurs, of children and adulta,25
B, " Ilyaentery, griping, bdioua collo...2S
e, Cnolersi-morbu, vomiting.... .-t
7, " rtiolerau cold, bronchltus 21
b, 11 Nciirt.lsrla, tootluche, faceach&....23
6, " Ilsavdasrnre, alck headache. vertlgoW
lu, Ilyapeiialn' bdioua stomache- -ii
11, " aiiipnrraaiHl, or painful perlods....M
12, " Wiiflrn, too profuse periods .5
13, 11 Crousi, cough, difficult breattnng...2)
14, " NaUKtieilin, Eryslpela. Erupllon23
16, " ItbeumalUui, rheumatic pauu 2.1
1G, t'everund AKiie, chill lever,agueW
17, " Plica, blind or bleeding ...M
18, ' 0ilstlilrmy, and sore nr weak eyeus
IV. " Cnlarrli. acute or chronic. InHueutnW
20, ' H'booplBSf-t'otlKli, violent cougliKVi
21, " Aathiua, oppren-ed breathing
22, " Ear islnclsarstrt, hundred hearing
23, " ajiTorula.enlaracd glands, swelling
st, " ueuenii ssenimy, pnyaicai eiK-.i
neaa m 60
2.5, " llruiisy and acaulySecrelions ..W
20, NeaNlckntiiM,icknesa from ridlouM
27, " Klduey.Illaee, Gravel , ....111
23, 11 NervotiM Debility, seminal en.ii-
aions.lnvoluntarv discharge .1 00
l'lve;iloes, with ono 12 vial of powder
very necessary in serious cue,..o M
?J, Store Jfoiitls, canker to
30, 11 Urinary WvakisoaM, wetting ted.'i
31, 11 Palufiil PcrloUa), withiasiiia.....&0
32, " ssiillerliiiri,t change of lilo.. ou
3.1, XilKiay,S)m9,Sl.Vilut'dance,l (hi
31, " lilntherla, ulceraleil sore throat W
FAMILY CASES,
or 33 to 00 larsxe vlala, tnuroceo
or roaewootl caa, conlaliilnif n
aucclUo for overy ordlssary tllav
twise a Iwuilly laaubjecl lo, aud
bttoka of Ulrrelluua from 110 to li
smaller Family and TravellssK ca-ea,
20 to 88 vial ii om to
Specific lor all Prlvisto UUeaaea,
both lor I'urlug- and ror Preveu
llvo Irealment, lu vial ann pocaet
casta Mil to It 00
POND'S EXTRACT
Cures Burns, Bruises, Lamene.s, Soreneaa.fiore
Throat, Spiains, Toothache, Earache, Neuraljia,
Rheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, Moils, tinK,sore
Eyes, lllceilng of the Lung, Nose, Stomach, or
ol rile, Corns, Ulcers, Old Sores.
Price, Ooi.,W eta.; Pints, II 60 Quarta, Jl 73
ssr these remedies, except Pond' fcUtraot, by
Ihe case or single dox, are sent to any part of the
country, by mail or express, freo of charge, on
receipt of the price,
HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Office and Dspct, No. 6ex Broadway, New-Tork.
FOB BALBIsV f. 0. BOUUa, 0AIB9, Ills,
augltoeowawlv
1-M4UKANCK.
COMPANIES).
N1A0A1U, N, Y.,
Asstts 11,416,210 21
OERMANIA, N. Y.,
Aset 1,V 7S
HANOVER, N. Y., -Afts
70 iC2 to
IIErUULIC, N. Y.,
Assets 71l,'i2S (l
Comprling Ihe Underwriter' Agency.
YON Ii EltS, N. Y.,
Aaset... 67S il
ALDAN Y CITY,
Aets 43,l'.i3 23
yiUEMKN'H FUND, 8. F.,
At C78.SOII im
BECUItlTY, N. Y. MAIlINK,
Asset I,4.I2,8I'J
Hlorc, Dwelling, Furniture, Hulla and Car
gors, Insiircil ut rule, j favorable aa sound, per
manent av'.'uritv will CT.rraiit.
I reaiiectfully ak of thn citizen ol Cairo,
shareof their palronagr-
'. N. IH'OIIKat.
TEUTONIA L I V E INSUItANCE
co3ycjPA.2sr-y.
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS, $600,000.
JOHN A. HUOK, - -U.
KNOHKLSDOHFF, - -
- President.
- Hceretary.
DIRECTORS.
wIIAH- HEITZ, UeNUY WKllKIt,
A. C. Kehino, A. Miscu,
yiiAs. Wenthe, ClIAS. VKItailA,
Pkancis Lackneb, Ciias. Daeoli.no,
C. Uirsch, "VVji. Heiniiardt,
John Feldkajip.
The beat organised and securest rompany in
the northwest. The only company which guar
antee a cash surrender value.
CAKL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao t,
2Vllr for Cairo nnd vicinity
W. 11. MORRIS,
Notary Public. No. Pub. and V. B. Com
FIIIE, HULL, CAUGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
a:tsa, hartfokd,
Asset fi,W,Wi 07
NORTH AMERICA, PA.,
Asset 2,7S3,OiO no
IIAHTFOKD, CONN.,
Asset...... Si, 51 4,210 72
riKENIX, HARTFORD,
Assets JI,7sl,H8 S6
INTERNATIONAL, N. V
Assets 1 1, 133,80 S 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Assets 7,037 tm
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Asiet S.MS,C73 S8
HOME.COLUMIIUS,
Asset - Sl.'",',278 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Asaets .',00,(40 I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIFE,
Assets 30,oo0,ono eo
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets S'.,!X).lJ0 00
RAILWAY PAS.SEN0ER3 ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
Yasets JMXJ.ono i5
INDEPENDENT, HUSTON,
Aaseta 030,e02 00
SAFFORD, MORRIS fc CANDEE,
71 Ohio levee,
CUT Naiionid Itank, CtIRO, ILL.
Our Home Advertisers.
ssjit.vi s nits..
l'h.. :iomiiiCer, vVai, Schick
CIIAS. SIIOEXMEYEli .V: CO.
FURNITURE ROOMS,
UPHOLSTERING
as
Mattress Manufacturing,
furniture Hepalrliifc-,
PICTURE FHAMINU,
All ordet piomptly attended to.
NORTHWEST CORNER OV WASHINGTON AV
EN UK AND TENTH ST.,
CAIRO, ILL.
P. O. Drawer 1293. lanStf.
11EA1. ENT.Vl't: AOE.NCV.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
aao
AUCTIONEEUS,
74 (SECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEK,
cairo, ills,,
, Buy and Skll Heal Estate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELK
Akd pisptr CoBVsysaoa of Kinds,'
BANKS,
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chartered March 81, IMS,
orrici tx
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. n.StFFORD, Preidenl;
8.TAY,'"K Vice-Prr.tlent
H. in.iLOP, tt..reUrr and Treasurer.
UlatCTOMI
p w'iU""' Caas. Oatiouia,
E' ! ?,Tx,a't-"'i Pact. O. Bcncn,
It H. Ci-!irixoiui, ii. p. iiattiDar,
J. II. PRiu.tr.
IPioalUol nny AmonntHeeelvedlrom
Teas Ceata L'ptrard.
i.NTEKF.Sr paid on deposit at tho rate ot six
percent, per annum, March 1st and Septetn
r 1st, Interest not withdrawn I rdded Irame
illately lotre prmoipl of (he deposit, thereby
g'vlng them compound interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
DEPOSIT MONEY
SO THAT NO 01 Ellt Ct PSAW IT.
Open every bnme day irom ti a.m. to 3 p.m.,
nnd Halurday emnmg lor HAVING UEPOSITa
only, from 6 In i o'clock.
auotl W. HY.ILOP, Treaanrer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
03 A-X-TTC.
HAIKU, ILLINOIS
CAPITAL,
8100,000
W. P. 1 1 A 1.1. 1 1 JAY, Pretldenl;
HENRY L. 1IALLIDAY, Vice-Presldsnt ;
A. H. SAFFORD, Cashier;
WALTER HYSLOP. Assistant Caahier.
HriT T.vioa. Kosaar If. CcxKtxaaiai,
Haaav L. Haliiusv, W. P. HatLinar,
(no. II Willuusov, Hrirmx Iliao
A. II. garruan.
Escbauge, Coin and United Ntatea
Honda llonijcht nnd Mold.
Ef'OSITa received, and a general banking
bualnes uone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or CAIRO.
DVMI1L IIURI), "residents
ItOHEl'.T I . . t .-iVeilmt
C. N. II UGH Ed. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
IjVYCIIANtlK, coin, bank note and United
It State securities bought and sold.
Inlrretl 4HowimI on Tlnse Wepoalta.
IMIOHN, ANII. ETC l
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TENTH STREET,
roK
Doora, Hub, Bllstda, Moaldlass,
Eave Unttcra, (wood) WlnUowasad lloor
rraiura, Eloorlajjr, 1a Us,
Nbluailea, Ulased fsaaa, Olaud Hide
I.Iabta, U taxed Tran
Naals WelsihU, Maab Pnlllea aad Corda
Ullud 1'natenltssra, Koota
Fell, KootlHK Cement, PlaatcrtiBC
Paper, Carpet relt, Wblto
lad, Lluaed oil, Ainerleaa Wlndaw
Ulaaa, EbkIUU andFrenelK
Plate Ulaaa, Putty, U!aaira Points)
better Plpea Patent Cblnsneyaj
Elt., Etc., Kte.
AUKNTS for Rock Rivet Paper Company'
tihvathiug Felt and CuartsCmont
ii, W Johu's Improved Rooting always on
BOOK UlNUEstV.
CAIRO Cm BOOK BINDERY
joiiar ii. obeusyt cn
raorauroaa,
Bulletiu Building, coriwr tf 12th
street and WuhiDtoft iyhm,
Cairo, Illlinoa.
All kin I of Blading md Ruliat do s) iat
i"J los Prtoes. Kaviag aawad tM urvi
eea of Mr. Hutds, ha tMsksTstui yn .
experience is gMWNH r'ailsilM nf Ml. I.ams.
In all ru. vl . I... I .... u 1.1 . -, Z - . T
. . rr m i i iiimam, we h u
oi aav auuiMy ta um trsaM.
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