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OALI FdB A ORKKLEY AND
On DelU Cms Hull Grounds,
NEAR Hth ST. SCHOOL HOUSE,
Got. 0. KCERNER,
Hon. J. 0. BLACK,
Hon. B. KUitMELj
Liberal candldades for Governor, Lieu
tenant Governor, and Secrotary of State,
will be present and address tho people
TURN OUT 1 1
TnXRi -was a rattling Grooloy and
Brown meeting at Urosj' offlco Tuoiday
Tnos. Wilson, member of tho State
Board of Equalization, returned to Spring
field tliii morning.
Tm Mayor has appointed H. Walton
Webb, Esq., City Attorney, pro tem, du
ring Mr. Pope'i abienco at Chicago.
Bross, Herbert, Herman Meyer
Webb, McUalo and Obcrly aro tho com
mitteo of reception to receive the Liberal
D. T. Ltnegar, Esq., hat returned from
an electionering tour through tho state,
and will remain nt home until tho hot
ipell has run its course.
The Arab Are company's old homo is
now walking up Washington avenue, led
by James Sutnmerwell. Whero he in
tends to locate, it we have not ascertained.
ELEYENTii STREET, BETWEEN
- WALNUT " STREET.
SPEKCHEsIbY KffiRNER, BLACK
TURN OUT, EVERYBODY.
Fxucbtkr, the brewer, will manufac
ture Weiss beer next season. Tho de
mand for this beer in Cairo has become so
great it cannot be supplied from St. Louis.
There are several other "calVfor the
Greeley and Brown Club, containing sever
al hundred names, which tiavo not been
handed in, and vro could delay the publica
tion no longer.
Clxuekb was in the city Monday and
did not call on us. Ho is neglecting us,
and treats us almost as badly as our own
candidates. We are left by these amia
ble gentlemen to pine in griof alono.
A commodious stand has been built by
Hendricks against tho Eleventh ftroot
school homo, facing Washington avonuc,
and seats wilt also be provided, for the
Koerner-Black-Uummel meeting to-night
Turn out, everbody.
Tnx Parlor Tableaux, at tho residence
of Dr. Holden, last night, are said to have
been splendid. Mrs. Cully's personation of
Joan of Arc was fine, and MamloSratton
in tho picture of "Sing, Pussy, Sing," won
the admiration of all present.
TllE "Muffers," Master M. Knight, cap
tain, and tho Dolly Vardens, Master Peck
captain, our at present star baso ball clubs
joined in friendly contest Monday ovening,
After a battle of several hours duration
the "Muffers" came off victorious, scoring
03, while the vardens scorod only 39.
P. n. Poi'E was suddenly called to
Chicago yesterday to attend a secret ses
sion of the Radical Stato Committee.
There is a nigger in the Radical wood
pile, and be is giving the managers of
that party a great deal of trouble The
object of the meeting of the Radical com
mittee is to endeavor to gel that darkey
out, but it can't be done..
A R1K0 around tho sun yesterday at
noon attracted considerable attention.
For a time it resembled a faint rainbow.
John Q. Harman was much interested In
the spectacle, and frightened us by the
prediction of final doom impending and
about to open Us batteries on us. We
have accordingly bad our life Insured in
the Bismark Bund.
kSRcmember the Lib
eral meeting to-night, or
Eleventh street, between
Washington avenue and Wal
In this city August 2Cth, Dorotha
Grabow, wife of Louis Drolitman, aged 20
years. Tho friends of the family aro re
quested to attend the funeral, on Wednes
day morning, the 28th init., at 10 o'clock.
A special train will start from the head of
200 in city scrip, at 00 cents on the
dollar. Apply to H. Bixby,
The regular meeting of the Cairo Cat
lno has been postponed until Friday even
ing next, August 30, 1872. By order of
R. V. Bii.z.ner, Socretary.
Remember tho Lib
eral meeting to night,
Eleventh street, between
Washington avenue and Wal
Wo tho cltlzons or resldonts of Cairo,
believing tho election of tho Liberal
National and State tickets essential to
tho well-being of tho Republic absolute
ly necessary to tho success of needed
political reforms, and that by
thorough organization an overwhelming
triumph at tho polls may be secured, unite
in this call for a Greoloy and Brown Club
to bo organized Wednesday night, August
A W O'Neal,
J C Uuels,
G W Whltlock,
A G Holdon,
W F Axloy,
C W Henderson,
M J Uowley,
S D Thorns,
Wtu T Beowart,
Jas M Vclruru,
R J Billingsly,
John C White,
Chas E Bautrnan,
Wm T Young,
Samuel E Wilson,
U T Miller,
John P Ueley
Geo W Weldon,
F S Murry,
S S Brlce,
A V McBride,
Henry T Martaln,
John F Jones,
Chas A Spires,
G J Smith,
A J. Anderson,
Wm n Schutter,
M M Moore,
J T Rennle,
C K Slack,
James M Hinson,
J no M Lansden,
J B Sheldon,
Jno II Robinson,
M B Harrell,
J G Lynch,
J R Cunningham,
J Q Harman,
J II Metcalf,
N A Dovore,
J F Aubrey,
W G Carey,
J 0 Lallue,
J S Swayne,
J L Harrtll,
P F Blake,
J 0 Crowley,
E A Burnett,
J H Gcstman,
W T Martin,
M W Parkor,
It D Hendrix,
J F Walche,
Z C Herndon,
J W Johnson,
C D Artor,
J F Thomas,
0 O Wolf,
Ferdinand S Cook,
M J McGauley,
W H Morris,
T J McLaughlin,
Geo A Cbrlttman,
L D Thorns,
II A Thorns,
v Ju jBW , , .
C 0 Purcell,
WW Thornton, i.w,i. i
F Bross, ,
Geo W Hendricks,
. Jno Conner ) ,
'O J Hoefie,'
S J Smith,
i"'" F 0 Docker,
R Von Betzner,
L J Powers,
D E Kolley,
Thos 8 Tarr,
M F Strauhal,
Thos J Parkor,
Louis A Montague,
II W Webb,
F M Stock fietb,
John B Gossman,
W F Kuchenbecker,
W J Cundiff,
W M Cundiff,
V E King,
J G Hofler,
Phil H Saup,
H T Miller,
Paul Harry Schuh,
R A Cunningham,
C W Howe,
W B Greor,
R B Coffey,
Jas S Reardon,
Thos W Halliday,
A H Hurd,
H L Halliday,
James M Watson,
James W Stewart,
B S Harrell,
A T Jones,
B G Gilmore,
W & F McKee,
C M Williamson,
Ben M Hagey,
M S Cusmlngor,
W H Halliday,
R P Robblns,
O W Dunning,
J B Hudson,
S S Taylor,
John M Uogan,
J G Talbott,
P W Barclay,
N K Wilburn,
J B Galloway,
J S Davidson,
M D Hunter,
E C Pace,
J L Reutch,
J M Phillips,
C W Dunning
W L Hamblcton,
M P Waist Jr,
I H Wooldrlegy,
BenJ V Bobbins,
Fred D Smith,
Thos D Holmes,
M P Waist Sr,
S M Taber,
Chrlstia n Anthes,
Charles Schoenmeyo r,
U D Meyers,
Jno W Strauhal, .
Paul G Schuh,
E. F. Davis,
Divld H Johnson,
- Martin Gannon,
, . i n .F M Shuster,.
. H ' ;8raltl'Lirrnce
William II Roso,
H Given Hagoy,
s ' R B Hurd,
- B S Grain,
H M Maun,
W A Piper,
R G Thatcher,
J 0 Smith,
Lera H Hill,
J Wagley Hill,
W D Moore,
Louis H Myers,
Samuol O Hart,
T M Lovett,
L J Byrne,
R S Fellnagol,'
John H Oberly,
A T Martin,
D J Foley,
T W Farnsworth,
James II Barrott,
G P Miller,
Charles P Spires,
George L CI ay,
W W Wooten,
Z P Hally,
W C Russell,
J L Sullivan,
J S Bardy,
J O Smith,
James A Fry,
E W Halliday,
Horaco A Hannon,
Walton Whitney Wright,
O P Lyon,
C R Stuart,
W E Gbolson,
G Tom Whitlock,
T J Kcrth,
MR. N. P. CURTICE.
for bids for said work, to be oponod next
Monday evening. Withdrawn.
On motion of Councilman Hurd tho
matter was referred to tho street commit-
toe with instructions to have said work
dono at once.
On motion of Councilman Wood ad
M. J. Howlky, City Clork.
Steamer Dictator, Memphis.
City of Vlcksbuig, Vicksburg.
AJhx, New Orleans.
J. U. Johnson, St. Louis.
J. J. Abert, Black Huwk.
Mary Alice, St. Louis.
Mollio Ragon, Louisville.
Crescent City, St. Louis.
City of Alton, St. Louis.
Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Mr. Editor: A fow weeks ago the
trustees of tho First Presbyterian church,
of this city, engaged the services of a thor
oughly competent man to tune and put
tho.organ in that church in primo order,
This ho did. ow It is reallv a treat to
listen to the music that is executed upon
It from Sabbath to Sabbath by the organ
ist, Prof. N. P. Curtico.
Mr. Curtice is a young man who has re
cently located in this city as teacher and
professor of music, no has proved him
sell to be a gentleman and a competent
successful instructor. His services as mu
sic teacher are being valuod moro and
more every day. Mr. Curtico is a com
poser of music, and ono of tho largest pub
lishing bouses of St. Louis has secured the
copyright of his music. This fact speaks
loudly in his praise. Cairo may well con
gratulate Itself upon tho acquisition of
such a citizen as Prof. Curtice.
Mr. Curtico is tho agent at Cairo for
somo ol the best pianos and organs that
are manufactured, and is now prepared to
fill all orders for either organs or pianos.
Those wishing to purchase instruments
will do woll to call upon tho Professor.
Great credit is due to Mrs. Lansdon who
so freely gave her services and presided so
long and efficiently at the organ. And
tho thanks of all aro duo to tho choir for
their constant efforts to furnish good
church music. Ouskkvhk.
AEJOURNED JOIST SKS8ION OF TUB CITY
Cairo, Ills., Aug. uo, 1&72.
Present His HonorJ Mayor Lansden,
and Uudor, Hurd, Phlllis, Reardcn, Rob
inson, Safford Standi, Wood and Wood
On motion of Aid. Buder the reading of
the minutes was dispensod with.
The official bond of Thos. W. Halliday,
City Treasurer pro tern, In the sum of llfty
thousand dollars, with E. W. Halliday,
u. u. nauiuaj, ji v. Bobbins, G. D.
Williamson, Peter Ncfl', W. H. Morris
and H. H. Candeo as secnritles thereon,
was presented and read, and, on motion of
Aid. Buder, approved and filed.
CLKARINO or SYCAMORE STREET.
The clerk presented a proposal of L.
Axley for the clearing of Sycamore street
lrom the city limits to 28th street for tho
sum of $50.
Alderman Walder appeared and took
Alderman Rearden moved to advertise
Steamer Dictator, St. Lou Is.
" Barnard, Chester.
11 Chorakee. New Orleans.
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis.
" AJax, Loulsvillo.
" J. II. Johnson, New Orleans.
" Shannon, New Orleans.
" J. J. Abert, llliick Hawk.
11 Burksvlllo, Paducah.
" Mollio Hugon, Louisville
" Crescent City, St. Louis.
" City of Alton, New Orleans.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
IKI MUDDY COAL
Steamboats suppllod at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest'
nut coal, in any quantity, and on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tswcr, Ills
Special contracts oflbred on favorable
terms upon application.
II. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokek, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
110ATS TO LEAVE TO-DAY
Tho Colorado is tho packet laavlng for
Memphis, Vicksburg, and arl way landings
this evening at C o'clock. Tho La Clairo
will leavo at C o'clock this ovening for
Evansvillo and nil points on the Ohio
river. Tho Jim Fisk Is tho regular daily
packet for Paducah and way landings,
leaving at 4 o'clock.
condition ok the riverh.
Tho recent rise In tho Ohio abovo hero
hat reached this place, and the river is
slowlv swelling and it will probably con
tinuo to rise at a slow rato for u fow days
Tho Ohio is steadily declining abovo hero
and the channel will bo worse than it has
been at any time this season.
No good change in the condition of tho
Mississippi river; it continues falling, and
is getting down rather low.
BUSINESS AND WEATHER.
At tho wharf yesterdey everything was
moving at a rapid rate. There is consld-
erble freight on hand ready for shipment.
Tho woathor was as hot and dry as ever.
Tho Abort came down for ecu!, and also
to get a subinarino diver. Sbo has boen
trying to remove tho Black Hawk with
grappling irons, but they would not fasten
on any tning, and now sue will senu a
diver down Into tho wreck and It is
thought sh will bo tibia to do nine good
She has dono but little good since she
commenced working at it.
The Burksvlllo lea for Paducah jester
day morning to tako tho Dick Johnson's
Tho Mary Alice had good luck coming
out with hor tow of five barges. Sbo had
to leuvo a couplo above Greenfield's, and
returned and brought them out all right.
Tho Mallio Ragon came in with a trip
for resbipmcnt, and returned last night.-
The Shannon went down with a good
Tho Ajax brought up a tow of barges
Sbo will go as far as sho can with them.
The Tyrone went around to the assist
ance of the J. U. Johnson and llghtoned
hor up sufficiently to let hor off yesterday
morning. Sho was aground thirty-six
hours. Sbo has no particular lovo for
Cairo, for very good reasons, therefore she
did not bind here.
Tho City of Alton arrived at noon yes
terday. Sho was aground about 10 hours,
and was lightened or! by tho Tyrone after
she got through with tho Johnson. The
Alton had a very good load, but added
very little here.
Monday Evenino, Aug. 20, 1872.
Wa havo still a dull and deprossod
market to report. Prlcos on nearly nil
leading artlclos on commission aro weak
and declining. Grain and Hay Is plenty,
more than tho present demand requires
Thoro was no demand at all to-day for
corn or oats. Freights aro unchanged,
but Tonnage to-day was very scarce; no
shipments could bo made. This, with tho
oxccssivoly lint weathor and tho unfavora
ble reports from tho New Orloans market
which governs this to somo oxtent has
conspired to mako to-day unusually dull,
Boats aro duo to-night that will make ton
nage much castor to-morrow.
'Correspondents should bear in
mind tbat our quotations represent prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, and that in filling sm
orders higher prices must bo paid.'Vdl
FLOUR. Stock light and tho order do-
mand is improving. Transactions are
confined principally to medium and best
grades. Tho Full trade will soon sot in
and our merchants anticipate a brisk trade.
Prices aro unchanged, but there is no
market for low grades. Wo note salos of.
1G0 bbls 'various grades at 5 0007 00;
325 bbls do, at $5 008 76; 100 bbls do
at $5 007 25; CO bbls do, on orders, at
16 oO09 00; and 100 bbls Good Super at
(4 7. Sales to-day reported by City
Mills consist of 100 bbls White Wheat
Family, (on n Chicago order) at $8 CO;
100 bbls do, (on a Boston order) at $8 CO;
10U bbls do, (on a Philadelphia order)S8.r0;
1C0 bbls do, on orders, SB CO; 200 bbls
XXXX, $7 75, and 100 bbls XXX, $7 00(
HAY. Very plonty and rather quiet
to-day in consequoncu of the scarcity of
shipping facilities. Cholco Hay Is still in
good demand and prices are well mt
taincd. Wo note sales of 11 cars cholco
Mixed at $17 00 18 CO; 1 car Timothy,
stained, at $17 CO, and 7 cars choke
Timothy nt $20 00, all dellvored.
CORN. Market over stocked. No de
mand nt all to-day, and prices aro declin
Inc. No fixed prices can bo quoted. 1
car White sold at 17c and :i cars White
sold at 4uri7c, all in bulk on tho track
OATS. Plenty and very dull. Prices
aro still going down. They are falling at
New Orleans, and could not be sold nt
any price here to-day. wo note sales
slncolast review, of 1 car in bulk on track
at 22c; 4 cars In bulk on track at 23c; 3
cars In sacks on orders at 30c; 1 car In
sacks dellvored at 29c.
BUTTER. Cholco Fresh Is in good do
mand at quotations, Common plenty and
unsaleable. S Packgcs cholco fresh sold at
20 cts, and 5 tubs choice brought 17 cts
EGGS. Fresh commands good prices,
10 small packages, told at 1C cts, and
large do at 14 cts.
CORN' MEAL. Plenty, quiet and dull ;
prices lower. Wo note sales of CO bbls
caloric del at $2 75 ; 100 bbls b. l. on or
ders at 2 00 ; 200 and 100 bbls S. D. dol
at $2 70, Hnd 200 bbls ' Evening Star"
steam dried, City Mills at $2 80.
CHICKENS. Good young chickens
are in demand and scarce. We note sales
of 8 coops young at $1 &02,2 00, accord
ing to size, and 2 coops old Hens at S3 10,
PROVISIONS. Firm, scarce and un
changed none held in first bands. No
sales to report.
FRUIT. Market well supplied, and
Drices nominal. 30 Boxes choice Pears
sold at 1050c.
PLASTERING HAIR. 35c V bushel
25 V- bbl
vmir a nvuDTTQfl.MT.'NTH
. mm m m m m my f mm m.W m '
ARAB FIRE COMPANY.
C-?. AND S-l JX I ,
rn-iTTi.i 1:1 i- .sea cs1 a t- t"
OUXl.r I ri in.
MONDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 2.
The Arab Kirn Cninnnnv will celebrate ID
i imriccnm Anniversary iy a uranu nan ai
all Srlicd'a Hall Mnmlnv nlilit. Sentemlier 2d.
I 'ri.A ...in ...-iT...' "...
jiiv viiiiiiii(Ui:i! Villi Willi llUII UUI VIUAUIl'
(luring tho present week- with tickets, and
every eltl.on should buy one, and thus aid
in me muiuuig oi me proposed now engine
City clkrk'h Ohkice, i
Cairo, III., auoust 2u, 1872. 1
CIITIKIIl Will IIC III'MI on
TIIIIUV TIIW'llTII 11AV IIP HStp'T. . II. 1M7U
III the city of Cairo. In the Mate of lllinol.
lor wh; purpii-u i eu-tuiiK
in mi in,) vncniiev (icciiiioiieii uv 1110 ucmi
or.locili ii, layinr.
roll" will no opened ai mo iiougn am
Kculy engine lioue, fur tho first and sccom
ward, uml ut the Court Hoii-e, for tin
tlilnl uml fourth ward-.
roll, wll iilien at 8 o'c lock a.m.. Hutf Wll
Council. M. J. Howlky, City Clerk.
HinUC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
ni pm r ri xt n i m
KM X I. J. J J XI J JU J.V X .
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
FROM SKl'TKMUKR 2fith.
To tiik l'uiii.ie:
I ho 1 niMco ol tho
I'liliHA I.llifArv n
Kentucky lielnir atllird from the larire alo
oftlckcti already made, and the daily In
treaslriL' demand for them, that there will be
lots nt $1
City Xisllounl Ilnnk Hiillttluir.
.tipeaial attention paid to order" lrom nmm
boats nliiht or ilav
Ik you wish to iriuulgo in a deliciou
cigar, patronizo P. Saup, Cornmorcial avc
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouchc, etc.,
go to P. Saup'a popular Tobacco and
Go to the Thalia for tho test Welts
beer in town 5-21dtf
THE WOESbF DRUNKENNESS.
Tho sermon of Rev. H. B. Thayer on
'Tho Woes of Drankenness" is published
in pamphlet form. Copies may bo had at
the book store of Rock woll & Co., ulso at
Antrim's and Loflln's news depots, on
and after Wednesday of this week.
Mrs. J. H. Oberly,
Mrs. J. T. Rennle,
Mrs.W. A. Bristol,
Mrs. F. L. Thompson,
Mrs. B. F. Fields,
Mrs. F. Axley,
Mrs. Miles Parker,
Mrs. W. W. Thornton,
Mrs, A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs, M. Smallenberg,
Mrs. G. M. Alden,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. O. P. Parsons.
Tho above list comprise a few of the
ladies who have tested and aro using
Burnett's Steam Cookino Vessel, and
speak In terms of highest praise of it.
They and others using it, say tboy would
not do without it for many tlmos its cost.
For sale by A. Halley on Washington
2 2C -f! bbl.
WHEAT. Tho prices to-day, reported
by the City Mills, are, No. 1 White
SI 40; No. 2 White, $1 30; No. 1 Red,
$1 30; No. 2 Red, SI US ; Mediterranean,
$1 20. Damp or tough wneatu unsalea
SACKS. Resewed Gunnies 18j19
Corn Bur aps. 2 Hin. Ka, IB cts. im
proved Gunnies. 24 Bushel, 21 cts. Oat
Burlaps. S Bushel 23 cts. Cotton seam
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
Cured, canvaMcd, V lb,
17 to 18c. shoulders HaconBJc; Clear
In lHc. .-ho I
Sides llacon, 10c; Breakfast Bacon, 12 Jc
CHEESE. New York Factory, new, V n
14 to irc.
HltOOMS. Common Houms V. do.en, SI
M : Choice to Extra, 3 0O&2 7.i ; S. It. 4 50
BEESWAX, V lb
SOAP. Scbaell'er's Oenimii mottled,
7Jc; ChuinpalKii oap, .Jo.
TALLOW, '0 ft 7c.
SUGAIl Saw Orleans Prime to Choice
'0 ftllQlic ; CoHee A. 12J to JIlc. ; Crushed
and Powdered, 14 to 15c. ; Granulated, 14) to
SYKUPS-Cholce 'f? gallon, 8.'c(j,fl 00
acw uneau.K, lOf&Nio.
SEEDS. Millet bii-uel, f 2 00 ; Timothy
POTATOES & ONIONS. Nothing
doing, and no quotations can bo given.
f inn fi...t. i t..i -nil. hi... in,..
u.ljki ueiiiiuii, iu iiui urn ft im, it' Ai wi:. ,
in KCgd, t'- -11 '0 1-C.
FREIGHT. COTTON. Compressed, to
New York. 85c: to Hoton 81 00. Un
compressed, to New York, il 14; to Bos
TEAS Imperlul, 75Q.I 25 ; (SunpowJ
der, 75(1 25; Oolong B.aek, 75(1 00;
Young ifyson, Si Ool 40.
COFFEE Java, 2830c. ; Laguayra, US; I
Hlo, Prime to Choice, 22 to 23c. -5?
FRE1GHT TO MEMPHIS. Flour. 23o.
Hiiv. o4s50 : Corn "A cu t.. 15c. : Outs. Kc.
Potatoes. "iS bbl.. 25c. : Apples. 25c. : Pork
35. ; Whiskey 00c. ; Lumber, ft M. 7 00.
Heavy irclj.'ht V cvvt., 15c.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour ft bbl. 35c;
I,,......... 1F... . & ....1.... I1 . 1 i,. 1 . Kf. .
Whiskey, 76c. ; Hay ft ton, $0 00 ; Coj
cwt., sue. ; Iam, soc. ; t obacco ft nuu..
4 00; Cotton ft bull-, 91 50; Lumber ft M,
f iu uu. ucuvy ireiyni, ft cwi. -aic.
no occalon for poMponlug the second draw-
ins; in ine urn i.oneen in am ui ine ruuiic
l.liirar) oi iveiuiicKj , iinvi: inoirucieu me, ni
their airent and inamiRcr of the flirt Concert,
to say to the public and ticket-holders tbat
llic uruwin? win niveiy ian juice on
September 2stb prox., and will not he post
poned. An actho demand fortlckct romes
iroui every ?iaic unu termor ui ine L,iiiicu
State, and from the Canada, ghlnc assur
ance to the Trustee mat no circumstance
can prevent a drawing at appointed time.
A Milllclcnt clerical force Is engaged to
keep up with the orders for tickets, and lu
order that this office may he relieved or the
Immense prcture Incident to the business for
t tie week or two immediately preceuuuc me
drawing, agents especially, and those desir
ous of procuring tickets, are requested to
send in their order Immediately, as sales
will have to lie closetl in time to mane tne
necessary preparations lor the drawing. It
is the wl-h uf the management to 1)11 every
order for a ticket. u well as to sell all the
ticket', but tho-e who apply Urst must nrst
I .......H...I . Irl.n... .r l.nelt...
utr nujpilli:il . uiiii 11 tiiunv ,ii uujt6
until sales arc cioscu nave lueir luonej re
tiimeil Initeud of the tickets ordered, as in.
the Urst Olft Concert InDecemberlast, wbe
t linii.iit,U rir,inU:ir tlutt name loo lula wpra
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kenttly.
Louihyille, Ky., August 19, lflrf.
Henry II Meyer. William Stoner.
MEYEIt & STONER,
lloutn. Sign and Flmtot
t ...... Vn . I U f,. nil M fVlAM . t.'
IUWI l!,ll II. Vll UI l DlVl VWIVIl ,
mlnlng and Paper llaaging; Qralnlng and
MarhtelnL' of very description; Gliding In
every style, plain and ornamental.
rarticutaraticniiou paid to uiass uuuing.
Orders solicited for Sceneo'. Fresco and
llanuer 1'nliitln;. Fancy Ula, Show Cards,
Ulld, Plain and ornamental.
Call at the shop and examine our work.
Old Plcturvi renewed or copied. Satisfac
rTAIl work entrusted to our care will be
promptly attended to.
&nop in i nomas om sianu unuer ine
Perry House, corner Commercial ave. and
fcth street. 7-10 tl.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a Harness Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets for the purpose of MANU
KACTl'KINd all kinds of
DOUHLK k SINGLE 1IAIJXESS
Hai.tkrh, BlIIIlLKH, &c,
Which ho keeps on sale or will make to
order. Ills motto is :"Oooi Stock, good
work, and Justice to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
and tllxpatch. lh him a trial, you will
Uml he don't propose to "Stand on a home
Rest In tti UnlUxl Bute. Watr Coolers, Toilet
setts, I X 1. Krecters, Wit unci Hpoi g Ilsthi,
Cskom, llrs, Copfier ami Enamelled Warn, lirlt
miU and fiUnish.i Ware, Japanoe.1 Ware of
ererytlt-acrlplion, and a a general assortment or
HtHinpoii foods. , ....
Aiiiook others 1 beep tliejustlr ceUbrated
Prof. L. Krugor Is prepared to give
prlvuto lessons in olomentary as woll as in
tho highest branches of education in tho
English, Gorman, French and ancient
languages, at tho residences of those desir
ing instruction, from Monday the 12th
inst. Inquire at Judgo Bross' office.
Dan. Hartman has received or.o of tho
larcost stocks of Fruit Jars cvor boforo
brought to Cairo, and Is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho tl croforo offers
Mason's Improved Porcoain solf-sealors
quarts at $2.00 por dor.on; glasswlro tops,
quarts, at $1.20 per dozen and half-gallons
at $2.00 per dozen, These aro tho cheapest
prices in the market, tf
It is useless to mention their superior qualities
as they speak lor themselves throughout the
Imanu'rietiire everything in Tin, Pheel Iron, and
Copper Ware out ut the very best material, and
have no hesitation in statinx that I Iwve a Itrger
mid more complete assortment of goods men.
Honed Ihsn can be found in the city.
Country dealers will And It to their interest to
call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
Jobbing, house guttering, and aff "u,y",0rlt
promptly attended to. ft. W. HEN PERSON,
CtS 190 OnmmercUl avenue Ca'rn. 111.
FOR LAUIES, MEN aNIT CHILDREN,
Eiohtii ST., Bt. Com. & Wabu.,
Has Just opened a new and stylish estab
lishment, fully up to the times, and Invltea
old customers and new, ladles, chtldrenJGci
all, to favor him with their patronage.' 1
UTAH work done In the LaUtt Style,