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vaxxvu UULCETIK, FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1872.
ARAB FIRE COMPANY.
MONDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 2.
The Arab Eire Company will rrlebnite ll
Thirteenth Annlvcpary by a (Irand
Scfaetl' Hall Monday nlrht, .September -Jd.
The committee will wait upon our citizen
luring the present week with tickets mid
every citizen holild lmy one, ntnl thu ulil
In the building of the proved new engine
houc. . .
City Cleiik's Okkick. I
tuino, III., august no, is7J.
Public notice I hereby gltcli that a special
election will be held on
tukday, tiik21tii.ua y or fEl'"T. A. 1). Is72,
In the city of Cairo. In the Mite of Illinois
tor the purpose of electing a
to Gil the vacancy occasioned by the death
of Joseph II. Taylor.
Polls will be opened nt the llouph and
Heady engine houc, lor the tlr-t and -ceom!
wards, and at the Court Houv, for the
third and fourth wards
Polls will open at 8 o'clock a.m.. and will
close at C o'clock p.m. Ily order ol the City
Council. M. J. IIowley, City Clerk.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
Pnklleatlon OMrr, Italletln Bnlldfnir
A ha ii ball, Scptcmbor 2. .
Thk 'Sun ' calU Don Morrison, Dan.
No rain yet and tho dust Is Increasing.
Several of our merchants havo gono
East to lay In their Fall stock of goods.
KoEitNKR, Hummel nnd Morrison left
for Metropolis last night on tho Tdlewlld.
Not a few ladies graced the Liberal
meeting night beforo last with their pres
If. T. Whioht, of Carbondalc, will
mako a Radlcnl speech to-night at Win
The audlonco at the Liberal meeting
night beforo last was quiet, orderly, intel
ligent nnd respectable.
Tin: Sun tho solar, not tho leveo lu
minary did not shine yesterday, but we
beard no regrets on arcount of thj fact.
Prof. Kirk, who has been teaching tho
Normal School in this city, completed his
labors yesterday and loft for Chicago on
the afternoon train.
Til Kite is n bad break In the sidewalk on
Fourth street, north side, which should bo
repaired without further delay. One
board and a few nails will do the work.
Evi.v our most cnthusinstlcLlboralsdld
not anticipate so largo a meeting as that
of night before last. All tho scats were
full and many peoplo stood during the
FROM SE1TEMI1ER 2sth.
To the Priit.tc:
The Tru-tec ot tho Public Library of
Kentucky helm; ati-lic-d from the larjre sale
"f ticket- already made, and the ilallv In--reatlin;
demand for them, that there will be
no Occa-Ion for pottponlntr the second draw
Ins In the tilft Concert In aid or the Public
Library ot Kentucky, have In-tiiictcd me, n
their airent and manager of the (ilft Concert,
10 say to the public ami ticket-holder that
the drawing will poltlvely take place on
heptember 2ith nrox.. and will not lie ikm-
oued. An acthe demand fortickct come
from every State and Territory of the United
States, and from the Canada, giving aur
ancctotlie Trustee that no vlrctim-tauce
can prevent a drawing at appointed time.
A sufficient clerical force 1 ensrazed to
keep up with the order for tickets "and In
order that this office may be relic ed of the
Immense presure Incident to thelm-liu for
me wees or two immediately prt-ceumg the
drawing, agents especially, and tho-e de-lr-ous
of procuring tlcketa, are rcijuc-tcd to
tend In their order Immediately, a sale
will have to he clocl In time to make the
necessary preparation lor the drawlnir. It
lathe wish of the management to till every
u'der for a ticket, a- well a to sell all the
tickets, but those who apply llr-t miiit llr.-t
be supplied; and if thoe who put olf Inning
until sale are clo'ed have their money re
turned instead of the ticket ordered. n In
the first Gift Concert In December last, when
thousand of dollars that came too late were
Mint back, they will have none to blame but
THOS. E. BHAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky.
Louisville, Kv., August 10, 187U.
Thm next governor of Illinois took a
ride about Cairo yesterday morning, nnd
expressed himself pleased and surprised nt
the evidences of prosperity shown In every
part of the city.
AVk have been informed that ono of our
Kadical merchants discharged a colored
man from his servico because the colored
tnan declared his intention to voto for
Grecloy. How is this?
Within tho last week or two, deaths
have been more numorous than usual in
Cairo. Tho victims are mostly children,
and adults who have died of settled dis
eases and several of the effect of sun
IlenryH, Meyer. William Stoncr.
MEYER & STONEll,
Ilouse.Bign and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Color : Knlo
mining and Paper Hanging; (iralnlng mid
Marblcliig of every description ; (illdlng In
every style, plain and ornamental.
Partlcularattentlon paid to (Has (illdlng.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frei-eo and
llanner Painting. Fancy Glass, Show Card,
Gild. Plain and ornamental.
Call at the Shop and examine our work.
Old Picture renewed or copied. SatMae
S3" All work entrusted to our caro will bo
promptly attended to.
Shop In Thomas' old stand under the
Perry House, comer Commercial ave. and
Wth street. 7.10 u.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a Harness- Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and L'leenth
Streets for the purtiosti of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Umdli-h, ic,
"Which ho keeps on sale or will make to
order. His motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and Justice to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
ami dispatch. Give him a trial, von will
llud he don't propose to "Stand on a home
Best In th United State. Water Coolers Toilet
;U,I X h FreKr, Bltt and Hponire Hath.
Cases, Bras Copper and Knamelltd Wire, llrlt"
ania ana planished Wire, Japanned Ware of
every description, and a Keneral assortment ol
Amonjrotliers 1 keep llioiustly celebrated
It uieleai to mention their atipenot nullities
as thejr jak lor tliernselrea ihruuvl.out ttie
I manufacture TerjrthlnK In Tin, filiect Iron, and
do d Mir Ware out bl the verv Ije.t mitu.rUi n.i
bar no heslution in atatlDK tlint I lure a lirifer
and more complete assortment of goods men
tioned than can be found In ttiecltjr.
Country dealers will find It to their Interest to
can ana examine ueiore liurcnaaiiiK elsewliore
Jottlnir. home KUtlerfuir. and nil u
prompiir atienaeu w
11X1 Ootninfrnlnl aneniie. (ialm. m;
jt FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOB LADIES, MEN AND CHILDHEN,
EioiiTii St., IIt. Com, & Wash.,
Uaa lust onened a new and stvllsh estiib.
Htlanent, fuuyupto tha times, and lmlte.
old cuitomeni and new. ladles, children and
uiii, to favor blm w Ith their patronage,
MSfAU worktlone 1 the Latest Style.
The members of the Presbyterian Ladies
Society nro requested to meet in the lecture
room of tho church, at C n. m., this morn
ing (August 30.) for the transaction of
Important business. By order of tho
A mas named Schmidt, n resident of
Mound City, came down from that place
to Cairo to nttend the Liberal meeting
Wednesday night, .lust beforo tho tug
landed nt tho wharf, Mr. Schmidt wus sun
struck nnd died suddenly.
Allen, tho Grant negro who was some
timo ago imprisoned by his fellows, be
causo they professed to believe ho had
robbed the Grant nnd Wilson club treas
ury, is now raising a row in tho city is
going for tho Kadicnls with a long poll.
AVk have been devoting n considerable
portion of our personal attention to. Lib
eral meeting nnd Liberal cpoakcrs for n
few days past, to tho neglect of those
columns. Hut tho meetings are over, tho
speakers aro gono and tho Richard of
Thk Hullkti.v Is himsolf again.
Sinck tho Liberal meeting on "Wednes
day night, tho Bulletin boy havo Arm
fnitli in their skill ns pyrotechnists. Their
lire works from tho ton of The Bulletin
ofllcu were tho subject of gonernl admira
tion, nnd addod not a littlo to tho enthusi
asm of tho largo crowd on tho grounds.
The Hullkti.v building was finely
illuminated Wednesday night on tbu oc
casion of tho Liberal mooting, Ono hun
dred anil sixty-two lights blazed a wel
come to tho Liberal speakers nnd the
thousands of Liberal voters gathered to
hear Kwrner and Morrison on tho livo is
sues of tho day.
The change in tho weuthur night boloro
l6t nnd yestordny was no los remarka
ble than welcome. From 90 to 08 in tho
slmdo to 80 was a fall ol tho thermometer
grateful in tho extreme. Tho wind about
noon yestordny had n touch or Autumn
chilliness j it is fair to prcHUtno tho
"heated term" is about ovor with us, for
which tho Lord make us duly thankful.
TllEEckort was chartered by tho Lib
eral rocoplion committeo yesterdoy to
take Gov. Koernor, faecrutnry Hummel
nnd -Mr. Morrison to Mound City. A
number of citizens uccompanlod thu gen
tlemen, nnd woro well repaid for tlieir
rourtesy by tho pleasant rido and the
lino speeches made) by Koernor nnd Mor
rison. And now comes Woolen, tho health
officer, Hnd soys ho did nover give infor
mation to City Attorney Pope against tho
nigger, Scott, for maintaining n nuisance.
"Wo were informed, on what wo had no
right to doubt was rcliablo authority, that
Mr. Wooten had mado this statement;
but wo nccopt Mr. Woolen', dwilal as
conclusive of tho matter, and with great
pleasure withdraw our remarks in dispar
agement of Mr. I'opo.
The Commerce 'Dispatch of thu 21th
inst. says : "Judge Oreer Informs us that
a largo forco of hands aro ongaged on tho
line of tho Cairo and Fulton railroad, bo-
uuon uuurleston and Slkeston, nnd Sikes
ton and Little river. The hands nro
bedged in by n deep forest on each side ;
ono dense enough to oxclude anything
like a breeze. We know enough of tholr
surroundings to sympathize with them
during tho present terriblo heat. Thu
grading on that portion of tho road on
which they are now employed was nearly
completed In IBM. The work remaining
to be done Is consequently light, and an
ordinary forco of hands moves rapidly
over tho line."
The accommodation for the speakers
and audience at the Liberal meeting on
Wednesday night WM complete. Tho
largo platform Imi'.t against thu Eleventh
street school house Is commodious und at n
good bight abovo the ground,
Tho seats though mude In Imite
are vary comfortable, and are nu
morons enough to nccomtnodnto
largo crowd. The gas Jets placed against
tho school houso nnd nt convenient dlstnn
cos on tho grounds, furnish light' enough to
afford a good viow of both speakers nnd
audience. Tho completeness of the Ar
rangements contributed In no small do
grec to tho comfort of nil present, nnd to
this fnct is duo lnrgely tho great success
of tho meeting.
The Llboral meeting nt Mound City
yesterday was largo nnd enthusiastic. Of
course it was neither ns largo nor ns spir
ited as tho Cairo mooting of Wodncsdny
night; but, considering it was n day moot
ing when Mound City' orte is night
meetings, It was nil that could havo been
reasonably expected. It was held in Ca
sey's grove, where h stand and scats
had been provided for tho occasion. Mr.
L. O. Harris was called to tho
chair, and introduced Gov. Koernor, who
spoko for about on hour. His speech had
n lino ctlect. It was not n repetition of his
Cairo spoecb, but a "bran now" one, full
of new matter handled in ndltloront man
ner. During his remarks tho Governor
was frequently applauded. After Koer
norcamo Morrison with ono of his rattlers.
Tho exordium was u lino piece of oratory,
eloquent, elegant and Impressive,
and it secured to tho Colonel tho rapt at
tention of his audience.
At a meeting of tho tunchers In attend
ance at tho Aloxander county Normal
School, held in the Cairo Aigh School
building, Mi.-s A. E. Houston presiding,
and Miss L. M. Wallbridgo sccrctnry,
Mises Aubry, Yocum, Wbeelock, McKve,
Mrs. Taylor and Mr. Glasgow wcro ap
pointed n committeo to draft resolutions
expressivo of regard for Prof. Kirk, and
presented tho following, which was unan
Wiiehe-as Prof. Albert Kirk, of Chi-
cago, left tho ccol lako breezes, and gavo
his time to instructing us through all these
sunny August days, wo hereby tender him
our sincero thanks, appreciating well tho
tuvor no nas shown us in devoting mo
timo allotted for recreation to our service.
JleaoUed, That Prof. Kirk, by tho gen
manly and thorough manner of his in
structions has won tho admiration nnd es
teem of the teachers in attendance, and
that wo shall ever revert to the past four
weeks with tho kindest recollections of
HcaoUcd, Further, that we tender our
acknowledgments to our worthv County
Superintendent, Mr. J. C. 'VVhito, to
whose untiring energy nnd forethought
wc aro indebted for tho advantages af
forded by tho Normal seision.
Jtesolt'td, that copies of thc?o resolu
tions bo furnished Prof. Kirk and Mr.
"White, and nlso thov bo published in the
city papers and in tlio Chicago Post.'
Cairo, III., Aug. 28, 1S72.
(Sun nnd Gazette please copy.)
EICHHOFF FUHN'ITUF.E FACTORY
"Win. EichhoU has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo ho manufactures. Ho
has nlso n full stock of JScdtieads, Chairs
Tables, Uurcnus, Desks, ward robes, mat-
tresses, etc., always on hand, and his prices
defy competition. G-26tf.
Aoent's Offiok I.O. It. It. Co., "i
C'AIKO, Aug. 29, 1872.
Hereafter nil bills of lading for prop
erty shipped on tho transit stcamor Illi
nois will be signed at tho stono depot of
fice. Jas. Jounbo.v, Agt.
$200 in city scrip, at 09 conts on tho
dollar. Apply to II. lltxnv,
If you wisli to indulge In a doliciou
ojgar, patronizo P.Saup, Commercial nvo
nuo If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, plpos, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Go to tho Thalia for tho best Weiss
bcor in town fi-21dtf
THE "WOES OF IHtUNKENNESS.
Tho sermon of Kev. II. U. Thayer on
'Tho Woes of Drunkenness" Is published
in pamphlet form. Copies may bo had nt
tho book atoro of Rockwell & Co., nlso at
Antrim's and Loflln's nows depots, on
and after "Wednesday of this week.
Thk undersigned would spond u few
hours each day with any ono'wishing an
assistant in Bookkeeping or any kind of
writing or copying.
A lino Addressed to mo through tho
P. O. Box 681, will meet uttontion.
nug.20d4t. "W. F. Pitch kh.
City Xnllonnl llnnk IlulMlMir.
tHieclat attention paid to orders Iroin Menu
Prof. L. Kruger is prepared to glvo
private lesons in elementary as well as In
tho highest branches of education in tho
English, German, French and ancient
languages, nt the residences of those desir
ing instruction, from Monday tho 12th
Inst. Inquire at Judgo Bros' ofUco.
Das. Haktman has received oco of tho
largest stocks of Fruit Jars ever before
brought to Cairo, and is desirous of closing
it out without delay. He theroforo offers
Mason's Improved Porcolaln self-sealors,
quarts at 2,00 per dozen ; glosswiro tops,
quarts, at $1.26 per dozen nnd half-gallons
at 2.00 por dozen. Thcso arc the cheapest
prices in tho market. tf
HOW TO GO WEST.
Tho Gorman school on Fourteenth street
will bo open noxt Monday, September 2d
1872, for tho reception of pupils under tho
management of Prof, L. Kruger. Parents
who wish to sond their children, should
send them on tho nbovo date, so that they
may derivo tliu full benefit of tho lessons
and tho teacher may bo enabled to deter
mino his classes from thu start.
F. Koksmeveii, Soo'y. 8-2!i-3t
DESK FOR SALE.
A largo ofllco desk for sule chcup, nt tho
Novelty Iron Storo. 8-20-at.
Mrs. J. II. Oberly,
Mrs. J. T. Ronnie,
Mrs. W. A. Hrlstol,
Mrs. F. L. Thompson,
Mrs. B. F. Fields,
Mrs. F. Axley,
Mrs. Miles Parkor,
Mrs. AV. "W. Thornton,
Mrs. A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs. M. Smallenberg,
Mrs. G.M. Alden,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. O. P. Parsons.
Tho nbovo list comprlta n few of tho
Indies who havo tested nnd nro using
Uuunktt'h Steam Cooki.vo Vessel, und
speak In terms of highest pruiso of it.
Tlioy and othors using it, suy they would
not do without it for muny times its cost.
Forsnlo by A. H alley on Washington
P. Saui-"8 popular Tobacco nnd Cigar
Storo is located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh streols, and
marked by tho uniquo nlgn of "tho Girl of
Wm. Eiciioff bus purchased the estab
lishment of Kichoir Brothers, in Cairo,
and now proposes to prosecute tho furni
turo manufacturing business with new
vigor, und pledges himsolf to sell furnituro
of every description cheapor than ever be
foro. Try him. C-2Ctf
Oautio.v. Every genuine box of Dr
McLean's Llvor Pills bcurs the signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., nnd
thoir private U. S. Mump. "Take no
other." Tho market is full of imitations.
It is the popular vordict that peoplo who
have been accustomed to tho tiso of Bitters
nnd Cordials aro obliged, eventually, to ro
ort to .McLean's Liver Pills for permnnon
111(1 MUDIJY COAL
Steamboats supplied nt any time, both
day und night, with nither lump or chest
nut coal, In uny quantity, and on usual
terms, ut tho yard nt Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts olTorod on favorublu
terms upon implication.
H. V. Olyfhant,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sulci Agent. 3-16-ly,
This is an enquiry which every ono
should havo truthfully answered beforo he
starts on his journey, and a littlo enre
taken in examination or Itoutos will in
many cases save much trouble, time nnd
Tho "I. B. & "W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Bloomlngton to Bur
lington, has achieved n splendid reputation
In the last two years ns the leading passen
ger route to tho west. At Burlington it
connects with the great Burlington Route
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nebraska nnd Kansas, with close
connections to California ond tho Terri
lories; and pusiengers starting from Cairn
on thoir way westward, cannot do better
man totnkotnei.li.ee Y.nnd iiurllngtun
This Lino has published n pamphlet
called "How to go West ," which contains
much valuable Information; alurgocorrec
map of tho Orcat West, which can be
obtuinou froo or chargo by addressing tho
Ucnoral I'assenger Agent is. & M. It. It
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,d&w3m.
UjEgrS'Six and ono-half lbs.
Dtmmt's A Coffee Sugar for
Ono Dollar ; Seven lbs. New
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
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,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
.. - -II III
KJiaSC. Hanny wishes tho
public to bo informed that ho
has on hand a .Stock of Goods
as oxtonsivo as any in the
Southwest, and that ho is de
termined to sell every articlo
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual
ty and cost.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Citi., O
THE ONLY ItEMAMiE GIFT DI8TUIIIU
TION IN THE COUNTKV I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Xj . x). a i nsr 23 ' s
157th KcRUlar Honlhtr
To be drawn Monilajr, Be ptt-mber 9th, li'2.
One Grand Capital or
5;ooo iisr q-olid i
Two Prlzos $1,000 !J f
Two Prizes COO 5. I GREENBACKS
Flvo Prizos 100 3' I
One family Cnrrlaito and Matched Ilorcoi vrilh
rMiTer.tiouni(Mi tinmen?, nurui bi,ui"'.
One lion-omul IIuks)' wllli Mlrer-MouDted liar-
npp( worm tw
One flnctonul Itosewooil I'iano, worth JVm.
KlTd fmnilr newinit machines, worth f lUOrrtcii.
TMoliUiid ailvfr lercr hunting watches, worth
from S-HJ to fAiOpacti. I.aillra gold leotlneelmlax,
gvat'n Kol I red chain', culld and double I'Uloil
silver tabti and tmK3un iiotoKrnh albums,
Whole number or Kilt', 0,000. Tickets limited to
Aienttwanteil to pell tickets to whom liberal
premium will be paid.
Heme ticket one dollar i nix tickets Htedol.
lam; twelrn ilckeln, len dollar; twenty-tire
Circular containing a full llt of priicn, a de
scription of the manner nt drawing, and other
Information In reference lo the distribution, will
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
mutt be aJdreisedto L. U. WINK, Hox, H),
nrricc, Cincinnati, O.
uu west Mil H. nov-w.tdir
Our Home Advertisers.
COMMtNMION AND rIRWABDIN.
MISSOURI STATK LOTTKHV.
Leoalizku iiy State Authority and
Drawn in Puiilio in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Class H, ro iik Drawn Aug. 31, 1872.
C.830 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 " or.
of... ...... A,uiO
of .. SUM
f'.'J I'rlteaof. f l'U
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a " of. 3il
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3d " of . w
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1W " of....... 1M
600 " of Ill
Tickets $10; Hnlf Tickets, ?5: Quarter
Tickets, S2 go.
Our lotterle aro chartered by the State, are
aiwaj drawn at inn lime nameu, .ana an uraw.
inc are under the supervision of eworncotn
The otticlal drawing will be, imblinlied in th
St. Louis papers and a copy ncut to purchaser
We will draw a similar scheme the laat day of
eyery nionin during ine )ear inz.
Ilemitnt our rlk by pootntlicu money order.
re sintered letter, uralt or expre. bend lor cir
cular. Addreo, MUltltAV, MIM.Kll A CO.,
P. O. box 2116. St. Louin, Mo.
DEALEE X3ST TXM"F1
Ckmknt, Plastkii Pahih,
1 LAST Ell KITS II A 1 11,
SO. 71 OHIO I.KVKK, U.NIH-.lt CITY NATION
JtSTFor the iiiiri'oo f biilldlnif up n
uholenle trmlo In Cnlro, I will fell to denl-
i iimi eoiuriaiora in lotn or M) Imrrcl nml
IrelKlit "l l"a,l,"'ac,,,r',S I'f'ee, uddlng
Cnlro', Atigiict 1,1, 187'-'.
STJtATTON & BIHD,
(Successors lustration, Hnd'onA Clark,)
57 Ohio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois
MiLLKIt & PAItKEK,
FORWA RDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUU, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rou FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio I.ctcc. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
.1. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Huccciinr to K. I). Ilendrlota i Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
kpSifc Liberal Advancement made eSStV
api lira upon Conlnment, 3V
Are prepared lo receiru, itorn and lorward
freight to all point and buy and
ell nn comtnUMuti,
WI!uine attended to rriimptlr.
JlODtoI'iiO per month, everywhere, mule and
female, to Introduce the tho latent improved,
moat Htmrilo and reject HHUTTLK SEVTINf.
MACI1INK ever Invented. Wo chtllent" the
world to romneto mtnit. rnce onlv lis 03. and
fully warranted for tire year, making the
Elastic. Lock Htltch, alike on both hide. The
tamo a nil tho high priced ahuttle
machine. Alao, the celebrated and
late.t COMMON SENSE FAMILY MEWING MA
CHINE. Price only IS (O, and fully warranted
tor lire year. There machine will tltch, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider
iri i. mum Huiienur manner, ahu nru warrant"',
to do nil work that ran bo done on any high-priced
machine in the world. For circular and term
addre H. WVNKOOP A CO., 2054 Kidife avenue
I. O. llox.271 I'hlladelphla, I'a. 6-23, amw
An Airent. male or female. In everv townhli
to sell the ONLY i-tamlaiil book of the kind
"YOUMAXA.VS DICTIONAItY OF KV.
EltY DAY WAN'i'S."
containing t!0,mx I!eeelila In every depart-
mi in ui fiiuuuii i.iiuii. i'ji; jut year ,-aveu
to every one who luti It. Kverv bodv want
It, KVKKY IIODY IIUY8 IT u N)Oll ai oirert'il
Sin per week. Mire. EXTRA TERMS.
Au-eiiH will nil , It if they do not iiddrc-
continental J'libll-hlng Co., Mil X. sixth
Street, St. Loiila. v-.!iii.
I'A III. ii. NCIII7II, Alt'.
SLMILIA SI3IILIBUS CURANTUR
II AVK proved, from tho tnot ample exper
LX lence. an entire licce: Himtilc Promnt
Llliclentand Hellable. Ther aru tho onlr meJI.
cine perfectly ndapied to popular use o aim.
ilu ih it mlitake cannot be made in ualni; themi
'i harmleaa a lo be free from i aimer, and ao
elficlenta to bo alway reliable. They haverala
iMlthe hlKheitcominendatlou from all, and will
iitwHya render aatlafaction.
1, Cures lever, connection, Inflarnmatiout.'jA
worm, worm lever, worm colic M
CrylilK-colic or teething ol infunt...a
ItlrrlioFM, of children ami adull...2S
ItyM-iilpry, Kriping. b'llou colic ..lit
linlerii. cold, bruncliilu u
Krurulirln. toothache. facea.'hJ...'2
llemlacliei, sick Imadnchu, tertluoU
IyiepHln' billou toinachc .55
FOR COMMERCE CAIRO AND CAPE
GIRARDEAU AND ALE AY' AY
Tho lino stcamor
TOM HARMON Master.
WM. MC COLLOUGH Clerk.
Will lenvo for tiio nbovo points this day
1! .in. For freight or ninsiujo nnply
J Ah. Uincd, Ait't.
nt M i
on board or lo
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
.Manufacturer of and Dealer In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AX I) WALNUT
Ila hi),' the aolu right In this city to ne the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the hct Patent Kiln extant, wo aro espe
cially prepared to furiiUh at all limes, on
the ahul'teat notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention I called to our atoek of
Lumber delivered to nnv part ol thu city.
Order received at the ouleo of
SAFFORD, MORRIS A; OANDKE,
or at tliut ur the eotnpuny,
btrett and Ohio levee
corner of lllth
NuptircsC4l,or painful period z'j
Wfillct, too profiie period as
Croup, eouKh, difficult lireatlnnir...M
halt Itlipnni, Hrraipela. KruptlonU
ICftcumiitUm, rheumatle pauu l!i
t-cvi'rnntl AKto,chlll lever, ni?iiei.l0
lllen, blind or blooding lit
(iplitlilrmy, ami aoro or weak eye.Wl
i'Htiirrii, acuin or chronic, inltuencaau
WhiMiplnr-CotiKli, violent cou;hafl0
AHllinin, opprefcaed breatnin W
r ItUcIinrKei, Impaired lieannRWj
Ucneral Debillly, phyaieal weak.tO
tie M tQ
IlropNy and scantyHecretion 60
Hen NlckiiNN,HickneHa from ridlnuWJ
Z. l. MATHUNi.. K. O.UIII.
MATUUSS & IJIIJi,
Commissi on M r k c hants
IIAV AND WKSTBK.V PRODUCE
Ol OHIO m:vkk.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
General Commission Morchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
AV. M. Williams, .Ias. Ki.vslkv,
Lale of Vickaburg, Mi. Late ol Cm'li.J
W. M. WIIiLTAMS.VrCO.,
dl'ECIAL RAILROAD, StEAMHOAT AXI)
rOItWAltlHNO AND COMMISSION
o5, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN R. J'HLLIS & SON,
(Huccoor lo John II. I'lillln,)
14 It'iV li.U AT. PAM AfTC!QTrkTVT
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
Our Homo Advortisors.
If Mney-nUeaae, Gravel
nervoii Jfpuiiiiy, e
t'l ve;iioxe,wlth one $2 vial of powder
very necessary in aorioui cne..,fi 60
Nore Mouth, canker 60
uriniiry wcnuncitit, wott nu ted.JlO
I I'erlorfN, with apa9m.....6n
1'tU II I II I I'CriOIIM. with am
Or lift to no InrKt vlHltt, morocco
or rosewood nine, coiitnliiluir n
peel He for every ortllunry illa-i-iiae
h fmiilly lamilijcct to, nud
ItookM oftlircctlon -...from 110 to (26
amaller Vnmlly and Trnvellntr ca-e.
uuito en vial .Trom Hi to U
flpecltlolor all I'rhatit DUrnNeH,
Ixilh lor Curlnit and ror lrcvou.
live treatment, in vial aim pocket
cases H3 to 5 OO
Cure Hum. Ilrulae, Lamone, Horenes,Horo
i iiroai, niirnin, itMiiuacne, n.aracnet neuralgia,
Mhviimntitm, LilmbiiKO, I'lles, Boll, rltini,hori
Eye. Illeiillnif the Luni, Nose, Btomach, or
... i.f.u r.n.. tii..... ni.i u..,. '
i nr., uuiuji, uu ci., uiUDUir,
1'rice, 0o,,60 et.: Pints. Jl 60; Quarts. 11 75.
"lheo remedies, except Pond's Kttract, by
the case or single, nox, aro aom to any part nf Did
country, by nniilor express, free of charge, on
receipt of the price.
IIOMEOI'ATIUO MEPICINE CO.
Office and Depot, No, 602 llroadway, New.Tork.
run halik in r. u, kuiuji, uai
niiKloiienwaw l v
' P. U. HCilUll, OAIltO, Ills,
Wc nro ircjiiireil to ltirnlah uiiirbiiiw to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to nny number ordered, for $1 43 n complete
otittlt; Cup, Cape, Torch with Stick, iiml
Fhig. Send order nt onco to
30 M"iU't St., up .talis. CUICAOO, ILL.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
OHIO IHVEK AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levke,
"1VIY V UJimiJ U.1H'j Oivivri.
iinvL' uiiL'iicii u new f. iirtiiriirr, Minrp in
(.diiiiiierclnl nvcniic, oopoalto Hoveiith
Mrecl, nml rrspectnilfy cnllnttentloii
of tho citizen of Culm nml Mir
roumlliiK country to their
LA ROE AND COMl'LIITE ASSORTMENT
All new, mill wnrrnnteil or the
THE VERY REST MANUFACTURE
They iritnrnnlcc aatWhctlon hoth In jirlcu
iiml iiiinlltv of uood.
Kij'C'idl on tliciii hefon; you iniiko your
iiircniie. tf-iO (II III. i
$1, OOO ," ooo "
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
Pl'HLIC LIURARY, KENTUCKY
AT I.OUIHVIIXK, KV.
Ily authority In tho net of the LeirWature
Incorporatlnc tho I'llhllc Llhrary nf Ken
tilcky, the Tniflee will give their
KCOXD GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the prent hall of tho I'nl.lle Llhrary,
Imlldlni; In Loul(., Ky., on
Saturiluy, Sc)toniber28, 1872.
100,000 nt'KRTM Of AIIMINMION
will he li-ueil at 10 each: half ticket .V;
piarter ticket eJ..V); 11 whole ticket tor
SlOO; 'JSrorWM: Mfnrtto); liaror UM
2s' for .,:); ,')7r Tor ;i.WX). No illicotim'
on lea than gloo. worth ol ticket nt u time.
Mill he given to the holder or ticket hy ill,
trlhlltlou hy lot or ONE THOUSAND
(ill I':-, a follow:
LIST OF OIFTS.
ONKOltANIlOlJT. CA8II $lfXJ,0Oi)
O.Vi: (11IANII OIKT, OASII W,0W)
I 'MMl "
i ,ooo "
1 8,00" "
1 0,000 "
1 D.0U0 "
1 4.0O) "
;t ;) ()() it
igitiaor 'i'iifuM 'cacii h,ix) "
l.'i Kill- or 1.000 each la,0WI "
110 (.'lit or D0U cncli ItH.lW) "
'.'1 (.'in or NlOi'ai li .. 10,WJ "
r. lilfl or TOO each 17,300 "
:Cigiflor l each ',( "
4."Kirtor .r)eaeh iM,,'i00 "
U) gilt or 100 each ttO.lMJ "
m clft oi rach is.o) "
s;irt or 'Jl each 'Jil.t) "
iili tfifl- or l(Mcacl) . . 01,X1 "
Total, l.Of) gin, nil i-a-h. t.VKJ,l
The lion. Tho-. E. Ilramlctte, late goer
nor or Kentucky, ha con-enteil to repie-
out lhoTrtili'i' in the management oftlil
vcoiid lirand (lift Concert, ami he will per--onally
ace that the luonev rrom the aale or
ticket I dcpii-lli'd with t"he Trea'tirer, that
the drawing l fairly euiulllctcd, uml the
gill jntly awarded and promptly paid.
The drawing will take plan-In public, In
full lew oftlic audience, and under the tin
mediate mpen Mon and direction or the or
llccr and Tru-tee or the I'uhlle Llhrarj'ol
KentueKy, and the following named eminent
and ilMntcrcitcd cltlcn, who iiae con-
lilted to bo preaent nnd ee that all h fairly
Hon. M. R. Hnrilin, Judge Court Appenln,
Hon. J. Froctor Knott, lato M. O. Leb'n
Hon. H. W. Rrucc, Judgo Ninth Judicial
Gen. Eli II. .Murray, U. S. Marsha), Div.
trict. Ky. "f
Hon. T. 11. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan.
Hon. E. D. Standford, Preiident Farmer'
nnd Drovera' Hunk.
Hon. John Rnrbce, Manager Royal Injur
andi Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Oruhntn, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wllion P. Johnson, Manager Gait
Dr. T. S. Hell, Prof. Medleul Univenlty
Hon. 8. G, Raxter, Mayor Louisville.
Hon.T. L. Rurnett, City Attorney.
Henry AVolford, Treasurer LouUvillo.
A. O. Rrannln, Preiident Manufacturers'
Phillip Judge, of tho Loulsvlllo Hotel, Co.
Jumes Uridgeford, Preiident 2d National
W. C. D. "Whips, Prop'r Willard Hotel.
J..C. Johnston, President Trader' Rank.
H. Victor Nowcomb, linn of Newcomb,
Ruchnnan iV Co.
Henry Deppen, President German Hank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cottou
Dr. Norvln Green, L. A: C. Short Lino
Vol. Roic, Adams Express Co.
THOtf. E. BHAMLETTE.
Ag't. Pub. Library of Ky., Pub. Library
Rullding, Iyjuiivillo, Ky.
93F Circulars, giving full particulars,
sent on applicntlon. 7-lGd&w2tn.
CIIAI'.LKJ A. IlAN'A, Ldltor.
She gotlavltVcciai $mi
A Neni)Hier ol the I'rrscnt Time.
Iiileiiclotl lor l'cuplu .Sow on Earth.
Includlnc l'arincrs. Mechanic, Merchant, Pro
fculooat Men, Woiltor. thinker, aaj all Man
ner of Honeit FolLi, an, I thu 7lvci, Sou, and
Daughter of all men.
ONLY O.NK IIUI.I.AIl A VEAIl 1
OSC llUMIItr.I) COPILS FOR S30,
Or leu than Oiii Cent a Copy. Let thero ho a
WuO Club at every l-u.t ocice.
Hn.MI-Wi:itKI.V SUN, 82 A YEA.Il,
of the inmo ilze nn 1 yeucral character as
THE WKHICLV, but Willi n greater Turlcty of
inlcellaueoiu leaJinir, ami furnlialiu tha uavrt
to Its suDscilbi'i with kio iter fraOmeM, Lcoauiv
II comes ttricu u week InsluiJ of onco ouly.
THE DAILY Hl)., SO A YEA It.
, A preCralnontltr readuhla nuwinaiier, with ilia
lru.i circnlatlun in the won't, rV i iniill
liaiidcnt. ami learleu In nolltlci. All the niwa
frpm everywhere. 'Iwo coiur u copy i hy uiaiL
SO ceut u muuth, or ff 0 u car.
TERMS TO CLUBS.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY HUN.
flvo coplc, one roar, separately nddrciad.
. Hour llollara.
an eitrac(i.j to the Better uporcluti).
TA.. , Giant llollara.
Twenty coulci, ono year, fenaratelv addreuaii
(ami an extra copy Tlho ttarupor SlnhL "
, , I'lfleuu Oollara.
kS ?J'i;,nno Iclr' t0 on addrcii land tut
Henil.W cckly imu year tn Hotter up fjlab),
, Thlrcy-lbroo Dollars.
nrty cnplfi. one year. eparatelr nddramed (and
thu belli). Weekly uuoyoar to celter up orclub),
lino hnmlred collet, ona year, to one addreu
tand the Dully lor one year lo tho Better unoi
etaW. fifty Dollar.
(Ine hundred rnplea. ono year, separately ad.
drciied land the Uallylorouo year to the Better
u"(ela"). m Waly Doiliri.
TUB HE.MI-WEKKI.Y HUN.
rive cople, one year, separately addreued.
f Ut DaiUrtv.
Ten copies, one year, separately addreaaad (aad
an extra copy to KeMaf up of club)V