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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FMDAYS AUGUST 30, 1872.
JOHN II. OIIKRLY, K.IHor nml Publisher.
TERMS OF TIIK DAILY 1WLLETIN!
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T1IK DOLLAR WEEKLY 1IULLKTIN
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70R YICS TBEStDKST,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOB SECTtr.TAItY OF STATE.
FOR AUMTOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR KTATF. TREA8UllF.lt.
CHARLES N". LANFHIER.
FOR ATTOUNEV OFXF.ItAL,
JOHN D. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUIRE.ME COURT NOHTnEllN
FOR CIXRK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FO CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONfiRFX EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER ROARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
J ESSE WARE.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBERLY.
We are authorized to aimounce JOHN Q.
RAHMAN a a calidldato for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the en-tllng election in
We are authorized to aimounce R. S. YO
CUM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
cxandcr county, at the enuing election In
o ember next.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., a a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensulmc November election.
Wc arc authorized to announce 1. II.
Tofe as a candidate for County Attorney at
the en-ulnl: November cleetlon.
Wc are authorized to announce PETER
SALT as a candidate for Shcrltr at the ensu
ing No ember election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON 1RVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the omce 01 anenir ui Atexatwer county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN a9 a candidate for SheritT, at the
enralni: November election.
In llio construction of tlio brldgo over tbo
Mississippi, nnd which lins attracted tlio
admiration of tlio flrtt tcienllstt of Eu
ro po ni woll ns In Aniorlcn.
Dupont, ono of tlio communlits now
lying In pri'jon at Satory undor sontenco
of dentil, lately attempted to commit sui
clJo by boating out hit brain; ognlnit tbo
prison wall, nnd very neatly succeeded.
It it ono of tlio worst features connected
with tli cm executions Hint tboso sentenced
to death never know till they nro called
out when they will bo shot.
Mr. Seward Is innklng rapid progress
In his narrntivo of his journoy round tlio
world. Ho has got through Asia nnd Af
rica, nnd is now writing tlio account of
his visit to Switzerland. Tho latter part
of tbo work will contain his ccneral re
flections on tho countries ho has seen, nnd
n summing up of his comparison of differ
ent races nnd nations, which, from n man
of his ability and experience, can hardly
rail to bo highly instructive and interesting.
We arc authorized to announce .10HN
U. GOS5MAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the defla
tion of the Democratic Convention
ierai. Executive Com 1
SPRINGFIELD, ILL., AUgll-t, Ki, lST'J. (
John H. Oherly, Esq.:
The following appointment have been
made lor Gov. Karner, by the Liberal Exec
utive committee :
Cairo. Wedncdav. Atiinitt i!Sth. at nlirht
Mound City. Thursday, August '.lilh, day
Metropolis. Friday, August .'Wth, duytliue;
Golconda, Saturday, August .'list, ditvtliiiu;
Du Quoin, Thursday, September nth, tit
Centralla, Frlday.Srpteniber nth, daytime;
Carlylc, SattirdaySeptcmbcrTth, daytime;
0. M. Hatch, Sec'y.
THE GIGANTIC ROBBERIES
From the Cincinnati Emiulrcr.
Every ctfort has been mado bv honest
men in Concrost to oxauiino into thu con
dition of tho United States Treasury, but
they hnvo Icon defeated, cither by being
luinjjiy refused tho inspection desired or
y tho appointment of committees who.
in tho Interest of tho treasury office-hold-
ew, would covor up nnd conceal overv
thing by false report to tho houso of rep
resentatives. That thero hnvo been rob
beries perpetrated thcro to tho extent of
tens, ir not hundreds, of millions of dol
lars mat tticro Have been nil sort of
frauds nnd flnancinl rascalities docs not
rest upon mero suspicion or conjecture.
It is foreshadowed nnd developed in tho
contradictory reports purporting to give
mo conumon oi tno ttcasury. Tnko thU
specimen of it :
in the tlnanco report oflgCOpageSO, Mr.
Boutwell states tho public debt, on Juno
30tb, 18G9, to bo 52,050,003,050 73. Tho
monthly statement, July 1, 1809, signed by
Mr. Boutwell, gives tuu debt on that day
$2IC4&,170,1!94 10. In tho finance report
for 1870, pagol'5, Mr. Boutwell states the
total debt for Juno 30, 18CJ, at 2,589,452,
It will bo seen that theso statements
vary as to tho amount of thu national
debt on tho sumo day no let than .Iity.
eight million dollars. What would "a
merchant do with a book-keeper who
should L'ivo him three di 111' rent balance
sheets, tho difference being importunt in
regard to tbo amount of his dobts on ti
curtain day? Ho would cither think that
it was uouc lor tno purpose or covering up
fraud, or oho that ho had trusted his books
to an ignorant and unskillful party. It is
cviuem thai liouiwell cannot, lor soma
reason or other, balanco his accounts.
Unless wo know which of these reports is
true, and which is false, wo cannot esti
mnto tho amount of tbo reduction of tho
debt. Wo in nny event liavo n margin of
sixty-eight millions, it may bo that
amount more; it may bo that amount loss.
Boutwell and tho friends of tho adminis
tration cbooso to tsko that report which
will snow the reduction to to tno greatest.
But there are further disagreements.
On page 27C of tho flnancinl report of 1870.
Mr. Allison, tho registrar of tho treasury,
certifies that tho dobt, on July 1, 1SG9,
was 52,489,000,000. He thercforo d I tiered
with tho secretary of tho treasury In ills
lunttl ti...ta C00,O0O,OO0, nnd Ills high
est estimate $107,000,000. Now, is it not
about lima that we had a commute) or ex
ports to investigate Mr. Bout well's ac
counts and find out whoru and what is tho
trouble? This evidence, conclusive as it
is, that thero 1ms been a vast amount of
stealing, is not tlio most ugly feature of
tlio business. Lust winter, in congress.
these fuels were brought out, and tho part-
nans oi urani woru uir Mo to explain
them. But they vent to work alter tho
fashion of u dishonest book-keeper, who
hides Ins stealings by fulso entries in the
accounts. Thoy declared that for tho lust
year thero should bo an agreement be
tween thu secretary, Mr. Boutwell, nnd tho
registrar, Mr. Allison. Hero they got
Into trouble tlioy had not thought of.
They mado Allison contradict hii'formcr
reports ns to thu public dobt for tho last
ten years. Kenu tho following:
molancholy ovont occurred, which nt
onco deprived lior of Lor husband, nnd
Near San Francisco is n placo called
"Black Hills," which, last lull, wns tho
scono of n light botwocn tho Dlgcor and
Snako Indians. Mrs. Carman nt tho time,
wnt with tho Digger Indians, having been
sold to thorn, together with hor husband
nnd childron, n short timo before bv tho
Snnko Indians. In tho battlo between tho
Snako nnd Digger Indians Mrs. Cnrman's
cloven children nnd husband wcro killed.
Sho nlono escaped, nnd rcmnincd with
them n short timo until an opportunity
presented itsolf, when sho fled to San
Francisco. From San Frnncisco, in com
pany with four others, sho was sont by
Gen. Shoridnn ns far ns St. Joo, Mo., from
which placo tho is now on her journoy to
Columbus, O., whero hor ngod lather nnd
mother nronow residing.
About ten years ago hor father heard of
hor being yet nlivo among tho Indians,
and immediately opened n correspondence
with parties in tho west to ceo if lie could
And any Information which would lead to
her return to her parents. After long
waiting tho inlolligenca was ennvoyed to
him that sho wns found, and would soon
be in hor home, niter forty -ono years of
wandorlng among tho snvnges. Sho has
mado her way Irom town to town, nnd n
day or two sinco reached KonJ. Until
this ti me sho had worn her Indian cos
tume, bnt tho mayor of Knnt compelled
her to oxchnngo her half civilized garb lor
ono which accorded more with Kent
Un Friday sho reached Akron, nnd lias
been there soliciting aid to comploto her
journey. Such, In brief, Is hor tale.
Whether or not sho is an impostor, is un
known. Certain it Is that sho tells n
straightforward story, nnd tho most rigor
ous questioning could not causo her to
chango tho least portion of hor narrative.
Sho is very intelligent looking, and an
swers nil questions very readily, and with
appearance of truth nnd simplicity.
When tho marshal told her ho had bec'n
nmong the Indians she commenced talk
ing to him in tho Indian language, but tho
marshal, not wishing to show his ignor
nnco by Inability to reply, "vamoosed,"
much to tlio amusement of tho crowd
which had gathered nround her.
W. D. Howoll is writing n novel, tho
sceno of which Is laid In, Canada.
Gerald Mnssey thinks Ed ran wns tho
grandest writing medium the world over
Rov. Do Witt Tulmadge, the cloricnl
mountebank, has gone to Europe to recu
Richard Wngnor rejoices in tho
possession of claims for libel damages
gainst nine German papers.
The Philadelphia 'Press' is free to de
clare that Grant has no magnetism. His
friends should present him with home.
Dollingor nnd Licblg are tho two great
est men produced by thu Munich univer
sity, which has recently been taking an
account of stock.
M. Molller, tho lait survivor of tho fa
mous wreck of Lu Medusa, It dead, aged
leventy-soven. Ho is an otlleer of the Le
gion of Honor.
B. G. Northrup, the recently ap
pointed superintendent of public instruc
tion In Japan, it to take with him fifty of
the best teachers he cuu Cud in America.
Tbo Fronch Countess do Mecoilly,
whoso husband was killed near Putuy in
tho late war, has taken the veil us n tittnr
of charity. Sho was once u reigulng
M. Thiers baa given n tobacco shop
worth 4,000 francs annually to Madame
Cnaudey, the widow of M. Chaudey, one
of the hostages hot by thu Communists,
The assembly had refuted to grant her u
pension beeauto her husband was u Re
publican. A letter from tbo Tip Top House,
Mount Washington, tayt: "Any one do
tiring t cool and cheap tuminer'n resi
dence may find it on Mound Washing
ton; terms, $0 per day; thermometer 32
M. D. Conway says that tho persecu
tion of the French artist Coubert bus done
biro no barm, tor hit pictures rejected by
Sftlon have brought largor prices than uny
lit) aver painted before.
The degree ofLL. I), was conferred
upon Captain Jarnet B. Eads, at the hit
twattawcaraont of thOuitato University of
MlaMHrl, on account of the wonderful
III anu fciouto wucu ,iU U exuiuiieu
port. ..tdO.MM.tfM (W
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..'J,liSU.:i2iV.H 117 2,lill,IW7,!Cil 19
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Nov.-, it happens that Allison's reports
for 1871 and lor boiiiu subsequent years,
ns given in 1870, wore exuctly thu fig
ures of his predecessors in ollico, regis
trars Chittenden and Jull'ries. They
wcro right, but now tho figures hnvo un
doubtedly been revised nnd tampered
with. Theso alarming and enormous dis
crepancies run through nil tho Govern
ment accounts. Thoy don't ngreo within
millions of dollars of tho amount of In
ternal revenuo that wo hnvo received since
lb'Ci!. Thero are, in fact, just such symp
toms ns wcro observed in Now York when
Tweed ie Co., run tho city government.
Wu mny rely upon it that when, under
Mr Greeley, wo can hnvo an overhauling
of tho treasury department, such frauds
and stealing! will bo ventilated in will star
tle tho country. Thn thieves will bo found
to bo men who occupy high positions in
tho government, and who by tho expos
ure will bo compelled to flee or bo sent to
thu statu prison, It in, wo repeat, thu con
dition of tho treasury that makes Morton,
Cameron, Robeson, Leetc, Stocking, Casey,
uurpiiy auu. otners so uclivo lor Urant,
and makes Grant himself so reluctant to
retire at tho end of tho first torui.
FORTY YEARS A SQUAW.
A RKMAUKA11LE NARRATIVE.
In tho year 1831, Mr. John A. Arm-
."ft ,r.?.VU1B "?ar ''"It, Michigan,
tent his little daughter Mary, a girl seven
years of ago, unattended, to tho district
school. On thu way to school h wu kid
iiapud by Indian,, who at that tin... wore
found In largu numbers about Dutroit
Tho ktrickon parents could n.(,r,.,.i.. i '
consoled for tho loss of their child ' mid
llnnlly gavo up nil hope of her recovery.
wnuii miu was vaaun oy mo Indians
alio was carriod nil' into Texas, and uf'
icrcu uuioiu.iiurusiiips aim privations at
their hands, in Texas tlio lived for forty
years, and when the hud reached bur
twoirth year wus coinpolled to miirrj
" Ynllery," un Indian warrior.
Thu tribe With which slin livml limn r,v
moved toUebruska, whore twolvo moons,
the length of an Indian's married life,
having passed away, she was no longer
tlio wifo of Ynllery, and win sold to un
Irishman named David Ward. David
was u Catholic, and was burned at tho
stake because he refused to nbjuro his re
ligion, after which Mary was carried into
another tribe, there, after somo years, bo.
namo tho wifo of nn Indian chief named
Big Son. Ho soon grow tired of his new
spouso, and told hor to a Mr. Carman, a
pulefaco, and with him thu lived until a
THE REV. HUG II Y STOWELL
From the New York Herald. 20th, Inst.
The Rov. Hugh Stovoll Brown, of Liv
erpool, England, arrived in this city this
morning nt eleven o'clock. His arrival
wns expected on tho previous day, and ar
rangements had been mado t givo him n
rcceptlon'ut tho Fifth nvenuo hotel, but
hu wns of course unable to meet his
friends. Ho was advertised to preach in
the Seventeenth street Baptist church in
this city yesterday afternoon, nnd in tlio
Hanson placo Baptist church, Brooklyn,
in thu evening. Both of theso engage
ments hu fulfilled, to tho great doligtit of
the largo congregations that had thu prlv
ilegu of listening to him. His Sunday af
ternoon lectures to workingmen have
brought him into n world-wide popular
ity. They hnvo been printed nnd widely
circulated in this country. They bear the
murk of scholarship, eloquence and de
vout purpose. They aro devoid of every
thing pedantic, hlg'h-tlown, professional,
or vulgnr. 1 et they hnvo been eagerly
listened to by tho roughest nnd poorest
classes of Liverpool. Onu of their chief
attractions is thu happy use ol proverbial
philosophy. Ho catcnes tho sayings com
mon among the people, nnd saddles them
with sound, wholcsomo lessons. Their
titles betoken their contonts. Some of
them arc as follows: -'Tbo Devil s Meal
la All III an." In this ledum ho shows
how things nefariously obtuinod or nefa
rious in themselves cheat their possessor.
iVnotlior bears tho title, " l here t .Jiao
Luck About the House,'' in which ho
shows thu truo nature nnd conditions of
prosperity. Another is called "Penny
w isu and round roolieii, treating on
false cconomv and ruinous uxtraviguncu.
Others nro labelled "Stop Thief," " Five
Shillings and Costs," "Taking Caro of
No. 1,'' ice. In theso lectutcs ho deals
with tho most difficult subjects in thu most
interesting way, and with tho lowest forms
of vico so that no ono cnu mistake his
meaning or bo offended at bis way of treat
ing thu subject.
A DISTINGUISHED JOURNALIST
(New York Correspondence Ohicago Tri
bune) Tho friends of Manton Marble, of tbo
World " will regret to learn that his
health, lor along whllo soriously impaired
is growing worsu luttuud of better. Tho
exact nature of his dlseaso does not scum
to bo known. Ho appears, as 1 under
stand, to bo completely broken down ; and
his physicians have no bono of his re
covery, and, Indeed, fenr that ho can not
llvu six months longer. It is fully a year
since be has been nbluto do any "editorial
work, end hu has been confined to his
hoiihu for some tlmu past. Mr. Marble is
still young little more than forty and
has had such u sudden and rapid rise in
juorualism, that it is a pity hu should bo
so uurly removed from thu prosperity ho
has achieved. H is hardly twolvu years
sinco hu was employed upon tbo ' Even
ing Post ' of this city, at n snlury of
twunty-llvo dollurs u week, nnd for three
years past hu has been thu
solo controller nnd owner of
tho World, ' now becomu u
vory handsome property. If
-Mr. Marble should die, as is generally
feared, bis newspaper will, doubtless, bu
otl'ered for salo, ns ho is a widower, and, I
boliuvo, without children, or near ruln
tives to whom ho would bo likely to bo
qucath thu Journal. I am informed that
Oeorgo W. Guilds, of Philadephia, has his
evo upon tho World, and hones to pur
chaso it, in tho event of -Mr. Marblo's do-
cease. If tbo melancholy apprehensions
felt in regard to thu lattor gontleman's
health bo verified, bo will bo tho third ed
itor of tho great morning quartos who hnvo
passed nway within tho last fuw years
Henry J. Ravmond. James Gordon Hon-
nutt, and Mnnton Mnrblo; leaving as sur
vivor only Horace Greoloy, who bids fair
to liavo twenty yearn of valuable work In
mm yet. iv. i . Vor. Vhxeago Tribune.
ARAB FIRE COMPANY.
MONDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 2.
The Arab Fire Company will celebrate lis
Thirteenth Aunhersnrv bv a O rand Hall ot
fVheel'n Hall Monday 'nlilit, .September 2d.
The committee will wait upon our cltlens
during tho present week with ticket", and
every citizen should buy one. and thiif aid
in the building of the proposed new engine
City clerk's office. I
Cairo, 111., august 211, ls72. j
Public notice Is hereby given that a special
election will be held 011
TUEDAY. THE24THDAY OF HF.I-'T, A. I. 1S72,
III the city of Cairo, in the state or Illinois,
for the purpose of electing 11
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death
of.toeph II. Tavfnr.
Poll will be" opened nt the Rough and
Ready engine hou-e, lor the first and second
ward-, and at the Court Houe, for the
third and fourth ward-.
Polls will open at 8 o'clock 11.111., and will
eloe at t! o'clock p.m. Bv order ot the Cltv
Council. M. J. How'ley, City Clerk. '
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
FROM SEPTEMBER 25th.
To the Puiii.ic:
The Tru-tees of the Public Library of
Kentucky being satl-llcd from the large sale
of tickets already made, and the dallv In-crea-lng
demand for them, that there will be
no occa-lon for postponing the -eeond draw
ing In the (tilt Concert In aid of the 1'uhltu
Library ot Kentucky, have ln-tnicted me, as
their agent and manager ortlie (illl Concert,
to sav to the public and ticket-holders that
the drawing will polllvelv take place on
September 23th pro.w, and will not be pot
poned. An :ictlo demand fortlckets comes
from every State and Territory of the United
State-, and from tho Canada-,' giving a ur
ancetothe Tni-teos that no rlreuiu-tauce
ran prevent a drawing at appointed time.
A sufficient clerical force Is engaged to
keep 1111 with the orders Tor tickets, and In
order that thi- office may be relieved of the
Immense presiire Incident to the lui-ine-- for
the week or two Immediately preceding the
drawing, agent', especially, and tho-o de-lr-olis
of "procuring ticket-, are requested to
scud In their orders immediately, as sales
will hnvo Ui be clo-cd in time to' make the
iieccsvii oriiiaralloiiB lor the ilra Mil- It
is the wi-h of tho management to till i-vt-rv
order for a ticket, a well iu to sell all the
tieKet-, inn tno-o who apply nrst 11111-t fir-t
be supplied; and irthoe who put off buying
until sale- are clo-cd have their money re
turned In-tead of the tickets ordered, a In
the fir-t Gilt Concert in December last, when
tnou-auiis 01 uonars mat came too late were
cut back, they will have none to blame but
TIIOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky.
Louisville, Kv, August 19, 17'
Henry II .Meyer. William Sloncr.
.MKYKIt k STOXUH,
House, Sln ami Steamboat
Decorating in Oil or Water Colors ; Kalzo
iidiiliig and Paper Hanging; Graining and
Marblelng or every description ; (Hiding in
usury style, plain and ornamental.
I'artlcularatteiition paid to (ila-s Gilding.
Orders solicited for .Scenery, Fresco and
Banner Painting. Fancy Ola--, Show Card-,
Gild, Plain and ornamental.
Call at the Shop anil examine our work
Old Pictures renewed or copied. Satisfac
J5TAII work entrusted to our care will bo
promptly attended to.
Shop In Thomas' old stand under the
Perry House, comer Commercial an. and
Sth street. 7.11J t.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Mauul'iU'turcrA of and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK A3fl) WALNUT
llulng the sole right lu this city to u-o the
PULTON DRY KILN,
l!,1''..'"';1 Patent Kiln extant, wu are cspe
tK'WortlT. ul "" "
THOROUGHLY SEASONED I.U.MBl!lt.
Attention Is called to our Hoi k of
Lumber delivered fo anv part ol the cltv
Order received at tho office of
SAFFORD, MORRIS CANDEK,
oral mat or the company, corner of ,'ilth
nutti uiiu umo icveu nug2Daaiu,
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a Harness Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Elcu-nth
Streets for the purpo-e of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUIJLK & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Bridles, &c.,
Which ho keeps on sale or will make to
order. Ills motto Is ; "Good Stock, good
work, and Jiistlco to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with ncatne-s
nnd dispatch, (iho him a trial, you will
mid he don't nrooo-o to "Siaml nn 1,
Host Jn thn United SUIcs. Water Ooolurn, Toilol
Bulls, I X I, Krceiem, Hits nail Hpong llnths,
Cnc'os, llrass, Copper unl KnKinolleil Ware, llrit-
won arm inniiiiui ware, jatmtniun wure of
every description, umli n general assortment of
utiimppil lino. Ik.
Ainougoiiiers 1 Deep tliojuntlY celebrated
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k ' ttW . tttttw . 'A.'
IVmeipal Offico 104 Fiuh St., Uiti., 0
THE ONLV HEMA1ILK (HFT 1IISTIUUU
TION IN TIIK COUNTIIY!
50 OOO OO
Ix VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Ii . X). BUTE'S
157th iteKiilnr Monthly
To bo drawn MonJny, Hoptemtwr Oth, 1872,
One Grand Capital of
5;OOQ I3ST Q-OL1D !
Two Prlzos $1,000 P
Torn 1pt7oa fiflO
Fivo Prizes 100
One f'ninliy Corrisve nnd Matchod Hordes wllh
Miter..MoiiiiU(l nnrncss, worm fi,i.
One llorso and lltiKKX "illl Hirer-Mounted liar
ne, worth If"
Ono flnc'tontd Rosewood I'lano, worth 1500.
Kite family sewing machines, worth f IGOench.
7f)tfoldnnd ilvr leter hunting watches, worth
from fit) to Siioeach. Ladles Hold leollno chains,
gsat's koI I rest chains, solid and douhlo rimed
slUcr table and teaspoons photuKraph fclluins,
Jewelry, etc, etc.
Whole number of kIH, 6,000. Tickets limited to
Axenls wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will lo paid.
eiCRie tickets onu dollar 1 six tickets flvo dol
lars; twelto tickets, ten dollars; lwentjr.fi
Clreulnrs containing a filll list of prln-", ade.
scrlptlonof the manner ul drawing, and other
Information in referenco lo the distribution", will
tie sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to li. 1). SINK, Hoi, sC,
omrr, Ulnclnnatl, ).
101 WestMh St. nOT-wldlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoali7.ei) iiv State Authority and
Drawn in Fuiilic in St. Louih.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class H, ro he Drawn Aur.:!!, 1872.
o,8S0 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 1'rlr.e of.......!M,fiO0
of -.. 10.ISO
of .. 7,4"!
. 1,01 10
Tickets $10 ; Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, 2 GO.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Htate, are
always drawn at the lime named, nnd all draw
ings are under the supervision nf sworn coin-ml-aloner.
The olliolal drawing will be rtil!ihel In thn
St. Loul-papers and ft copy sent to purchasers
W'e will draw a similar scheme the liut day of
every moniii iiuring me yenr ii-'.
Remit at our risk bv postnlHcc money order,
registered letter, drait or expre. Hend for cir
cular. Addresn, MURRAY, MILLKKs CO.,
CH. IX3UIS, 310.
I'. O. box 2110.
?10o to 2M per month, CTrywhere, male and
female, to Introduce thn the latest unproved,
rnot simple and pei'eet HIIUTTI.K HE1VJNO
MAC1II.NK ever Invented. We challentn the
world lo compete wllh It. Price only J Is 00, and
fully warranted fur live years, makinx the
Klaslic Lock silltcli, alike on Isilh sides. The
same as all lh Uih priced ehuttle
machines. Also. the eeltbrated and
latest COMMON HK.NSK FAMILY HEWINfl MA.
C1J1NK. l'ricu only 111 10, and fully warranted
lor fire years. 1 hese machines will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid nnd embroider
In n most smierior manner. And nro warranted
to do all work that ran te done on any high-priced
machine In the world. For circulars and terms
address 8. WYNKOOP CO.,'.'of, Kidgn avenue
I. O. Ilox.27J0 Philadelphia, Fa. 6-23. 3in
An Agent, male or female, In every town-hip
to sell the ONLY' standard book tif the kind
"YOL'MANA.VS DICTIONARY OF EV
ERY DAY WANTS,"
containing 20,000 Receipts In every depart
ment of human ell'ort. 100 peryear sacd
to every one who has It, Evcrv body wants
it, EVERY- IIODY Iltn's IT IIS -oon a- ollered.
10 per week, sure.' EXTRA TERM.-;.
Agents will mi--, it if tbev do not addre-s
Continental Piibli-hing Co., MIS X. Sixth
street. St. LouK w-'im.
I'AITl. . NC'IIUII, AK't.
It Is llselesti lo mention their minennr niinllllnu
ni they speak lur themselves tiirouuhoiit tho
I maniifaeturoevervlhlns In Tin. Sheet Iron, nnd
Conner Ware out ot th verv best mnterial. and
liavo nn hesilallnn In slating that I liavo a larger
ami inure viimpieu, nssnruncni oi goous men'
tioned llinn can be found In the cltv.
Country dealers will find It to their Interest to
eiore purchasing oisnwnere,
uttering, and nil outside work
nil and examino before purchasing olsnwhere,
Jobblnu. homo uutlerliiL'. nnd all oiitslilnwi
prompllv attended to. C. W. JIKNUKRSON,
SIMI LI A SIMILIUUS CUKANTUJl
II AVK proved, frum the most ninplo ex pur
IX lence, an entire siicchsm: Himplrf-Prompt
l.tliclentand Relluble. They are the only medi
cines perfectly adapted to popular ue so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be made In using them;
sn hannlesa ns to be free from danger, and so
efttcleutas to I always reliable. They hare rais
ed thn highest commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
I, Cures FrtrrN, congestion, lnnatnmtioii8.'J5
V, " Worm, wiirui fuver, worm eohe 20
a, " !rylnC-eollo or teething ol nifants...23
I, " Itlrrhuea, or children and vdults.,,23
ti, " Ilj Heiitrry, griping, lellous i:oic..,25
e, " t'liolern-morljiis, voiriltlna...- JS
7, " 4'liolera. colds, bronchllus as
C, " Ncuriiltrin, touthache, raeeai:ho...2S
; " lleaitucliea, sick headaolie, vertigo25
ID, " li nieisln bilious Htoinochu. .20
II, " N ii uiircmiesl, or painful periods 2.0
12, " Wfifl ess, too profuse periods ....25
13, 11 t.'rouii, cough, dilllcult breathing...25
II, " Null llliciiui, Eryslpelai, Uruptlous'iO
IS, " lKieiiinnllNm. rheumailc naina 2.0
Hi, " '!Vfi,iiiiIAKil,chlllleTer,aguos(0
17. " 1'tlrn, blind or blooding 0
18, " lliilitlilruiy, and soro or weak eye.M
li, ". (Uilnrrli, m.'uie orchrnnle. InHucuzn&o
21, " AhIIiiiiii, oipro-sed breatlun M
ii, " i:r IllNcliHrKft.lnipalrcif liearingM)
2-1, " Nororiiln.enlargedglanils, swellings
21, " H'iiernl Debility, physical weak-W
2.0, " ISroiH3' and scanty .Secretions Ml
' Hen NIckiiwiN.HiekiiesB from ridlimto
27, 11 KIiIiii-y-ltlHWH. Gravel Ul
24, KvrviiiiH IK'lillltv. sominul eu.ls.
slnns.Involuntarv discharges l 00
t'l v;iIoxps,wlth ono 82 vinl of powder
verv necessary in serloii euaea...fi Mi
, " Hore Mouth, canker to
He, " Urinary WenkiiOMH, wetting led.jvi
III, " fill II Till l,rlMlN,.WltIlHpttSIIIS.-...60
32, " NiitlorliiKNttictiauge orillu.... loo
m, " KlH,"l",J'.,'l"mM,hl.Vltii'ilaneo,l iki
31, llillifrlit, ulcerated soro throat 60
Ul an to 00 targe vlam, luororco
or niaoHoixl caHe, contnlnluir n
Mlelll for every orUluury Uia
riiNn n rnuilly 1 Niiltject to, and
uookv of dlrectlotiM from floto ZU
smaller I'niiilly HOdTriivellnKea-es,
2'Uto 8s vials irom H'J to ft)
Bpecltic lor all 1'rlvutu IUeuiMH,
both for tlnrliiK and ror I'roveu
live treatment, lu vials una pocket
cases bU to 5 00
i.mi-b ,iiiiin, oiii.nDn, uniiieiiens, nurrilMSS, nuru
Throat, Hpialns, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia,
liheiiiniitisiu, Lumbago, files, Uolls, ritings, bore
ICyes. llleollngof the Lungs, Nose, Bloinach, or
ol i'lles, Corns, Ulcers. Old Boron.
Price, Ooi,, Ul ols.i Pints, tl 60; Quarts, )1 75,
Otr"lheso remedies, excent Pond's Kxtruct. bv
the case or single box, aro sent to nny part of thu
country, y manor express, ree ot cuarfce, on
iri-iniv ii iiiu iiriut,
homeopathic medicine co.
Ollico nnd Depot, No, 602 llroadway, New-York,
run BALK liv r. u. BUUUIl, UAlltU, ins,
FOR LADIE.S, MEN AND CHILDREN,
EiiiUTii Sr., llr. Com, A Wabii.,
lias just oiiciied a now and slylMi eslub-
ii-iiinciii, iimy up io tun limes, ami invite
ii c,,,',1'"",!i'8 nd now, ladles, clilldriin mid
ii, ui uuor mm witii muir patronage,
J3" All woik done in the Lutcst Style,
Our Homo Advertisers.
Wo tiro prepared to furnish uniforms to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any number ordered, for $1 45 a complete
niilllt; Cup, Cape, Torch with .Stick, , and
Flag, fiend order nt oncu lo
ao Market St., up stair. CU1CAUO, ILL.
COMMINMION AND FORWABIINi.
DEALER IDNT LIMB
Ckhkht, Plastkr Parih,
P Ii A S T K It K H'S II A III,
no, 71 oiiio Liivr.K, u.ii:it citv nation
E3IFor the nurjiose of building lip n
wholesale trade lu Cairo, I will sell to ileal,
ers and contractor lu lots of tV) barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo, AligtM 111, 187'.'.
STKATTON & MUD,
(Successors toSfratlon, Hudson 4 Clark,)
57 Ohio Loveo. Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PAUKKlt
FORWARDING MERCHANTS, .
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS kor FAIRHANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hiiccesiori to K. II. Hendricks & Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
155 Liberal Advancement made cSSrfy
ly4S upon Consignments. eSV
Are prepared to receive, itore and lorward
freiKhts lo all points nnd buy and
sell on commission,
llu-Iness attended to rrnmptlr.
Z, D. MATIIUhU.. K. O.UIIL
Commissi on M' k r c h ants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
AO. Ul oiiio m.vki:.
WOOD R I TTEN H 0 USE, -
General Commission Merolianl
133 OHIO LEVEE,
V. M. Williams, .Jam. Kinhlky,
Lain of Vickitiurg, iliss. Late ol Cin'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
31'ECIALRAII.ROAI), StKAMROAT AND
FOHWAllDINO AND COMIUSSION
C5, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Huecessors to John II. Pfillht,)
FORWARDING M E RCII A NTS,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Plour, Meal, Bran, &.,
Cor. TENT11-ST. and OHIO LEVE
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO RIVKR AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
Our Homo Advertisers.
NEW FURNITURE STOKE.
have opened a New Furniture Store on
Commercial avenue, nppollo Hetciith
street, nnd resiieetlully callaftcnlluii
of the citizens hf Jnli nnd sur
I'oiinillng country to their
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
All new, and warranted of the
THE VERY REST MANUFACTURE
TlieV (Pllfienlitnn kllHr....lt,.t. l..ll. t nt-li...
r i..... ....... r... filial ii,,, nun, in i'ihv
and iiiallly of goods,
ISrCall on them before you make your
purchases. . ,n,i,.
Si, OOO, OOO
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY
AT I.OVIHVII.L.I.', KV.
Ily authority In tlio net of tho Legislature
incorporating flic Public Library of Ken
lucky, tlio Trustee will gjc their
S ECON D C5 RANI) GIFT CONCERT
In tlio great hall of the Public Library,
building in l.oiillllc, Ky., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100,000 ticketm or AiiMiNNioN
will be Issued at gill each; half tickets fV;
quarter ticket 11 whole tlckela Tor
iM); t!H Tor : W)for.'iOil; llltTor I,liOJ;
l for f)2.MO : :" for .l). No discount
on c. llinn ells) worlho! tickets at u time.
$500,000 i Currency
will be given to the linldcmif Hi
trllilillnn by lot or ONE T
GIIT.i, ns follows;
LIST OF GIFTS.
onk Grand Gin, ca.iii.
O.ni: (Uiand Gin, Cash.
ki ts by ills-IIOUsAND
4 gifts of W.IKst each.
l.'i gifts of I,In earh
H) gilts of
'Jl gilts Of
r girts of
:ci gin or
4.-i girt of
mi girts oi
1ISI gifts of
(!1J gills of
lilt I each
.. .. fiOM)
. UO.Wrt "
. i "
. 10,000 "
. !,0i)) '
. S.OOO "
. 7,000 "
. fi.000 "
. 4,000 "
. :i,ooo "
, 8,IM) "
. 10,000 "
. .1,000 "
e -rf, I
Total, 1,000 gifts, all cash. .Vjo.lsw
'fhe Hon, Tho, i:. ttramlette, l.ilo gover
nor of Kentucky, has consented to repre
sent the Trustee" lu the management or tills
second tlniud filll Concert, ami lu; will per
sonally scu that the money rrom the safe of
tickets is dcpo-lted with the Treasurer, that
the ilrawlng Is fairly conducted, and the
gifts jutly awarded and prompt! v paid.
The drawing will take place Iii public, lu
full view ortlie audience, and under the im
mediate siitcrvl-Ioii and direction of the of
llccr and Trustees or the Public Library ot
KcutiK'Ky. and the roiloulngnamed eminent
and dl-lntere-ti'd citizen-, who hate ron
s inted to be pre-cnt and -ee that all It fairly
Hon. M. R. llnrdln, Judge Court Appeal.-,
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, Into M. C. Leb'n
Hon. 11. W. Rruce, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gen. Eli II. Murray, U. S. Marshal, Dis-S
trict. Ky. '
Hon. T. It. Cochran, Chun. Lou. Chan.
Hon. E. D. Standford, Pretideiit Furmert'
and Drovert' Hank.
Hon. John linrbce, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. W Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wilson P. Johnton, Manager Gait
Dr. T. S. Roll, Prof. Medical Univertity,
Hon. S. G. Baxter, Mayor Louisville.
Hoti.T. L. Uurnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Trcaturer Louitvillo.
A. O, llrunnin, Preiidont Manufacturert'
Phillip Judge, of the Loulivlllo Hntid.Co.
Jamet Ilridgeford, President 2d National
W. C. 1). Whips, Prop'rAVIIlard Hotel.
J. O, Johniton, Prciident Traders' Hank.
II. Victor rowcouiu, nrm ot riowcomo,
liuchnnan -V Co.
Henry Deppen, Protidont Gorman Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Dr. Norvln Green, L. ; 0. Short Lino
Yol. Ron, Adams Express Co.
THOS. K. IS 1( A .! 1. M l r.,
Ag't. Pub. Library ofKy., Pub. Library
Ruilding, Louitvillo, Ky.
mar Circulart, giving lull particulars,
. ...,H(lo 7.1l'.,lA.u,'i
BeilL Ull P l Mltllliun. , - .
t HAIiLCl A DAN'A, Kitltor.
gotlav ochty un.
A NYwHpaocr ol the Present Times.
Iiiteiiitcil lor l'i'0il Now on I'.urili.
Inctuiili.i; rsnncis, Merlia:.lei, Jk-rrlunti, I'ru.
fi"ision.il .Min, WoiHorJ.lliln'.crs, au1 all Mou.
iier of llciioit l'oll.i. auil UjVi'lve, buus, ouj
Oiusuters of' kit (uch.
UNI.V ONI! DOLLAR A YKAIt I
ONI! IIUNDKIIDL'OI'IUH I'OU 830,
Or U'i than Ou Cont aCiiy. Let llitro to i
B.1U L'lali ui every 1'ust Ol.lce.
Hr.MI.WKEICI.Y KU.', SJA VCAH,
nf tlio sanio tlra unl general cli.iruclcr a
Tlin WKI5KI.V, lint u ills a crcotrr variety of
inlsrollaaeom ic.t'lincr, nut futnljliln'i tlio nw
toltstutwi'ilbciawltti Kioiter lr!liboM, lieaaum
II comes twite a wccU tatter J uf oacooaly,
TIIK IJAII.Y HDN, SO A YIIAIt.
A iireCmlneiitlv roailjli'o nu7ip.uicr. with tl
larjei emulation In ilia wnri.l. I'rec. Inae
i'.?.fe!;L f,lI,I"'rte- tu , ullllo.. All tho news
fioin vverynlivru. Iw.ieuuis ucoiiytliyia.Hl
SO coats u moutli, or (l u year.
tiik dollar wkekly hvs.
fivo copies, ono yetr, Biyarately addresss.l.
lin roploi, etio vsar, sennratolvaililresseil (and
aucmracop) totlieiritier up orciSbi. M '
Iwentr conies, one yoir, sopar.ttolr adilrmica
tanil ua extra copy ti Iho p,.'iiP ii p of c liio).
Fifty cnplss. eno rear, to ono artdress land the
boim.W ct'Uly ono ) ear ti Better u p efclob).
I'lfty eoplMi. ono rear, 'epataicly nadrcssed (ami
tuu bcnil tcKlyouoyciirto teller un oi i iuW.
k , , , Tlilrty.flvo Dollurn.
Ono miniroii eot'ies, one vesr. tn mm mi.irpf
tan;! tlio Dully for one jcVr loiRo uHterup ot
,lclu"'' , , VltXy Uullur.
One liundrecl pipies. ono jenr. seoarottlv ma-
u'",ff,u1"' rslxiy UolWi.
TIIK BESII-WKEIILY SON.
KI ve coplts, one year, separately addressed,
Ten conies, one vctr, separately addreued (tod