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Mr. Orwiley l rrcolvcd iiwI:TcfctT hMT
Thn friend nf Mr. Grant Wl In 'all MflsW
of falsnlio.i.1. -Mr. Oreelejr (till defend.
m lie always Iik, Ilia rlghu of tlio colored
M'l.1.1 .it tn v ilrmnml nn 11 a
Sl.r.ssa ,.,,.1, .(i. tn nnnnn Orn. fJmnt'n
luberiw friends he. "Yours truly,
SI.'M.KTIN . JOHN COCIIRAXR.
1 IS IT 80,?
A rolorod resident of Du Quoin. n ",
t .wu colored minls-
'.',?.uv.".?fr.,Kolly, of this elty, undor dsto
of August 20th, says .
" Mr. Illrd passed through hern a few
days neo on bin way tot. Louis. Tlicnco
ho wHIro to Chicago. Mr. Bird will ho
bore again nhoitt tlio first of next month,
when Ik; will spunk to us in bchitlf of
Greeley, linspokn to mo and was very
ontliusiastiis Jor lloraco. "Wo
hnro hud tour years of Grant and don't
want nny niotn of him. Oreclcy ! tlio
father nf the old Republican party. We
holicvn thnt bn l the friend of the labor
' Inj: man.
Mr. Illrd Is otin of tho most intelligent
I colored men in tlio state, and an orator of
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farce ntul eloquence. Ho knows that It Is
bin duty to ho a supporter 6f Gteeley and
Sumner against Grant, but ho has been
undor tlio Influenco of Munn, and has not
I had tho courage to break away from him.
We believe he still talks in Cairo with
I Munn s word, but aro glad to lenrn that,
.whon nway from tho influence of that
Radical lender, hn speaks a good word for
Honest Old Horace.
AN ENGLISH VISITOR.
A calm is now prevailing after the
ft arm of excitement which raged among
the woman suffragists of tho country Eomo
time ugn. Tho lull has come rtbout so
, gradually that tlmugli it is a subject for
congratulation, tho quieting down of tho
uiicsy spirits of tlio woman's rights move
ment has almost escaped tho attention of
OHN (J. the public. I'mbably tho excitement of
!ik Pre'iJe'!li!il campaign has aided to
oi'otshadnw tho woman question. But
. S. YO- whatovor may bo tho reason, tho quiet is
k ot Al soon to bo broken and the whole sister
CIlon 1,1 bool rnum-1 intf. new life. Miss Emily
Fnlthfull, the triost noted woman's rights
I U. Vt. womiin in England, has set sail Tor Ameri
luty At ,,. ci,,..,i .1.1.
V. H. Mi!S -"'ftlll,fl ' tho daughter of a clergy-
brncy at man of the cUblUhod church. Sho Is not
the right to vote to women, but Is engoged
in laudable efforts to improve tho condi
tion of working women, and to help them to
Election now antl U8cf,,' l'"1'" of lttbor. Sho spent
i-ounty. ' nearly nil Iter furtuno In building up a
printing houw for women, which Is now
' .mHX t runninir succpssfullv. Khn alio fnundpd a
nicctlon cjiwi for training of femalo servants,
I o dccii- , , , . , ,
I,- 1 which m proved u success. Llko most
j of hor cla, Miss Faithfuil is both a writer
i and a lecturer. She Is editor and proprie-
t'OM 1 ' tor " mnBn:t'no nnd has lectured for
1S72. f I several seasons. Sho woarn her hair cut
c been tllort l""li',u0Scr'0Clns "n typical Engllsh-
' womun, toll, largc-frarncd, stout and
'buxom, standing nearly a head and
'shoulder"! nbovo the average American
' woman.'
THE ANCHOK LINE.
I
On tho Kthof August.tho 'CalIfornia,-"'a
new ship of tho Anchor Lino plying be
tween tho city of Glasgow, Scotland, and,
I New York, sailed from the latter city on
her first voyage. Tho vessel is ono of tha
no has ' largt-st, finest and most complcto stoam
)f tho , 6ll'P' "ver built, and her inauguration as
one of tho Anchor Line, has bo en the sub-
ject of much comment by the press in all
parts of the country. On the 14th, a ban-
j . quet to tne agents or tho line, and to the
J press of New York city and others, was
given on board the California, while alio
binet, sailed to Long Branch und back to New
re ab York Harbor. Eleven toasts were read,
purs- among them ''The Army and the Navy,'1
Bout- responded to by Gen. Lew Wallace, and
V, and , "Tho Atlantic Cable," responded to by
nign Cyrus W. Field, the other toasts and re-
spondtnts being equally felicitously
i ,lcr chosen.
The "California" is tho seventeenth nddi
' iion to tho Atlantic service of tho Anchor
'liavA I'in(?i Inaugurated in the year 185C, by
Vood- 1,10 firm of Handyside & Hondorson of
ting Glasgow, Scotland. Tbo "California" was
jt built at Glasgow during this year, and is
that j one of the most perfect, well finished and
sarest steamships plying tho waters. Her
weight Is 3,297 08 gross tons. The grand
saloon of the "California" is described as a
marvel of beauty und luxury. It is forty
foet wido and forty-five feet long, Somo
of its features and furniture aro entirely
novcl.
Tim I, ,i,.i .u
" b'tcni lno
etas pattern being tho coat of arms ol Great
Great
inu Britain Intcrtwinod In wreaths of flowers,
I be- I Tho tie-beams of the main dome aro box-
odand filled with choice exotic planU
ku of ' 'ving it the uppearanco of an Oriental
Lrl? court. A piano and a library nro part of
the luxurious furniture, all of which is re
fleeted again and again by heavy mirrors
on all sides. Electric bell knobs are placed
at every convenient place. Sliding doors
'afford entrance to all tbo state rooms,
which urn roftny,and provided with every
)oes conTC"',lt";o n,ul luxury. Tho second
lairoi ck'" ntl t,lu roon) handsomely and
. ' comfortablv furntthod. tml n
, uis vinvawiu lhiiivu uvruis the WStOr in
tho "Call'ernio" for a reduction of ton dol
lars Irom flrit-class price. Third-class
jMMMWigerf whoso accommodations aro also
Mrfictly neat and comfortable, are carried
iUiJJjijsijtlier reduction of re. The
yesMiVfiiiomsM)dUvla;sll, ten bun-
CONDENSED TELEGRAMS.
, SUNDAY, AvouiViilh, J72..V
Tjf Klfctciitiowi .roaftVotWlrfBU
rmtrstmrt of tlisUsWor Oaa.
Jifcob, lndopWdcnt"cnndlstto.r goret
Eleven cases of sun alroko eight of
which woro fatal, occurred in St. Louis
to-day the 25th.
A Terra Uauto dispatch datod tho
'JCth ssys ;
A contract lias been let to Darlua.,ttiirti. of
con, of Now York. -thtillwcstcrn ltallioad,
Tcrm.AV piseo to lloblnsbn, IllllioK a dis
tance of lortv suites. This road Is dettined
lo connect with the Tamarora and Chester,
In Illlnol-, and with the Iron 'Mountain, in
Missouri. ''
In Champaign, Jli., V firebrikoout
nt six o'clock on tho evening bf tlii 25tn,
destroying n steam flouring mill, an ele
vator and grain shed, an agricultural
warehouse, and ft row of framo business
houses. Tho entire loss is estimated at
$100,000.
Tho wlfo-murdorcr, G. "W. Martin,
who threw tho corpse of his murdered
wife into a pond, was taken out of jail at
Hi ploy, Tennessee, on tho night of Sunday
the 25th, by twenty armed men, and
shot, the charges of twclvo double bar
relled shot guns being emptied into" his
body. '
Wm. II. Flshback, sheriff of Macou
plu county, III., shot himself to-day. It
was supposed ho had becotno partially In
sane. MONDAY, Acoust 2C, 1872. '
By an cxplo'lon of nllro-giycerlne In
Tlluiville, Penn., "Wm. II. Tayno was
blown to atomi, on tho 20th.
A brilliant banquet in honor of
Admiral Atdon of tho United Statos navy,
was given in Berlin or tho cvonlng of tho
2Clb, by tho American minister, Hon. Goo.
Bancroft.
Prod. Douglass, Gen. llurnsldo, Sena
tor "Wilson and othor prominent radicals,
were present nt a convention of radical
soldiers aud sailors in Portland, Maine, to
day. Gon. Banks tnado his first ppooch of
the campaign in Lynn, Mass., to-day. A
Greeley and Brown flag was raised, and n
large crowd woro proscnt.
Jas. Dougherty, who has servod a
term in tho penitentiary, and was accused
of tho recent shooting of Alderman Mc
Mullen in Philadelphia, was murdered in
that city to-day by Jus. Kano.
Tho contract for tho stono for tho
Chicago public buildings, was to-day
given by Architect Mullet to John H.
Mouchlcr of Cincinnati.
Application for ovor two millions of
1 -postal cards havo been made to the depart
mcnt in asninglon.
Kalpb J. lngersoll, aged 8i years,
minister to Russia under President Polk,
died at Now Haven, Conn., to-day,
Judgo Sydny Duncan, ono of tho old
est citizens of Jacksonville, died thero on
tho morning of this dato from the too freo
uso of sea-wator.
TUESDAY, Auoust 27, 1872.
All fear of yellow fever in New York
city is dissipated, tho patients of tho fever
ships having all rocovered.
A man namod J. McLcstor shot him
self on a railway passenger train, betwoon
Newark and Columbus, Ohio, on tho
morning of tha 27th.
In Baltimore, Mrs. Atriolia "Wheat,
aged 78, was murdered In her bed, at two
o'clock on tho morning of tho 27th. lief
nephew, James Upperino, has been ar
rested, chargod with tho crime.
By the breaking of n bridgo on tho
Junction road near Philadelphia, on tho
27th, four oil cars woro thrown off tho
track of the Reading rood. A train ol
about twonty coal cars ran Into tho
wrecked oil cars; and tho wholo wero
piled together In ono mass of debris,
Tho coal cars took Are, and several were,
burned.
The President was expected in Wash
ington to-day.
Woodbull and Claflin appeared in
tho court of common pleas in Nuw York
city, and testilltd that thoy aro bankrupt,
having neither money, clothes, furniture
nor anything else of their own.
On the 27tb, a restaurant keoper; of
Washington city, was fined ono hundrod
dollars, and had his liconso revoked, for
rofusing to sell a colored man a drink of
whisky.
WEDNESDAY, Avoust 28, 1672.
Tho Grand Duko Niuholos,.of Russia.
"rived In Berlin, to-day.
A hoav torm P8"ed ovor
Jackson
ville on tbo evening of the 26h, unroof.
ing two woolen mills, injuring a Motbodist
church, and causing othor minor dam
ages,
Tho now trial of Dr. Paul Hcbosppo
for tbo murdor of Miss Stcinocko three
years ago, commenced nt Carlisle,
Pa., to-day.
'A telegram dated the 28th, says tho
Exchange hotel, and n block of business
homes In Woodstock, III., had been
burnt
A convention of tho Democratic
soldiers und sullors opposed to tho Pitts
burg convention mei In Harrisburg.Pa.,
to-day. A protest againstthe nomination of
i Grant and Hurtranft and, favoring Gree
B"tl Iirwn was received by the
r '." U0Ua P""80'
....VI!. ...t.i '
niu ieuriu moosii,iay
1 Jacob Tluirkor. nf th nf rniiiilu list I i1nA n
tbo 28th, says
.V bad died a.
i fearful dontb W ,v,ui,i..., i
fearful death by hydrophobia, having bnrn
bitten by a dog clgbtcon years ago.
. 'ri10 P0"" nl Sow York city reports
3'
i nectcd and Tcspectablo. The ladies
though unknown to each other, all dlsap-
- " ,uurcu ",u alno "Ji nna on nearly tho
same nours.
THURSDAY, Auoust 28, 1872.
Reports from Alabama reprosent the
almost entire destruction of the cotton
crop by the cotton worm. Many ulantors
anticipate bankruptcy,
Rev. James Gibbons, vicar opostollc
of North Carolina, has been appointed
Bishop of Richmond by tho Pope.
A Texas letter reports much suffering
among tho people for want of rain.
Thousands of cattle on tho plains are dying
for want of water.
A cabinet meeting was held In Wash
ington to-day, the 28tbJ.be President lea v
ink fr Lnt Branch in the evening,
Pnisldent Grant Losdeclded not to
vXsMsVsUJiiilMHv
ow.fc?7 T
1 Charleston, Indiana,
;ht-Outi" of Illinois, to.
number of
flvo, met in Sp
.U-b ' 1
pointed a delegation
OMrbori
ntlon at Louisville,
, FRIDAY, AUGUST 110, 8f
Tha cholora has appeared
Grodnec, in Russia.
London papers received in Now York
on.tboaoth, .tat. tbtjH to&ug-W'ft
&ft!W. increase In th last
week baa ,ben over, four thousand casein
Tbss citycouncil of Cincinnati passed
a . resolution, to-day, inciting President
Grant nnd Horace QrMloy to visit the
exposition.
Near Columbus, Ohio, onlhe morning
of tho 30th. ss farmer namod Mbnlx shot
his wifo, mortally injuring her, and then
shot himself. Cause, domestic troubles.
A fatal accident occurred to a '(rain
going out from Cincinnati' oh'tho Louis
villo short line railroad .on tho tnornlog of
tho 3d. The train was thrown down on
embankment, 46 feet High, Tho fireman,
Ben Hill, was instantly killed and several
others severely injured.
Dispatches of tho 30th report a torrl-
blo steamboat disaster on Long Island
Sound. Tho stcamor Metis collided with
a sailing vessel at So'clock on the morningi
oil' Wach Hill onil sunk, immediately.
Tho loss of life Is appalling, no less than
sovonty persons having' drowned. 'Tho
ves'sol contained ono hundred and fifty
fivo souls in all, including passengers
nnd crow.
A Springfield telegram of the 30th,
discloses tho mannor in which tb Bour
bons And Grantltes aro conducting the
campaign against Greoloy , and, tho reform
roovemonl. Wo give the telegram entire :
Great excitement was created in this city
to-day In political circles, over the discovery
of the fact that prominent Grant congrcfv
men and officials in .this state arc managing
and KcndliiK delegates to the Blantou Dim
ean I.ouls file convention. The wholo cor
rexpomlencc relating to the movement In II
lliiol.. including lettcrH from Blantuu Dun
can, Wilbur F. Storey, MaJ. Will C. Morcau,
alio other of that Ilk, ha been loitml, having
been lost by Joseph Lcdllc, the prime mover
in this state of Grunt's Louisville side-show.
These letters prove, bcVond a doubt, that
Grant and his ufllce-holilcru through
out the country are running the con
vention to be held at Louisville next week.
One from A.J. Daniels of Chicago to Ledlle
says : " If you Jiavo blanks, send Mr. Chas.
ti. Jioni, oi tne snier-tircan ouico nity, anu
tho same number to Hon. II, Farewell.''
Tho same correspondent, writing from Chi
cago, in another letter wiya: "Hon. C. B.
Kanvell can seinl lilty ilclcgatcs, if desired,
and from tho best ward-workers' here."
Daniel again writes: "1'leane send
HIV card to Gcu. S., D. Atkins. iostmatr
at Frccport, Ills, lie will help you." N. C.
Myers telegraphs i.euiic to come to Chicago
as certain parties want to eo htm on impor
tant business. W. Y. Storey, of the Chicago
Times.' writes to Ledlle: "II the proposed
iouiBviuc convention snail uo largely at
tended, aud If daniphools can bo kept off It,
and especially out of the lead of It. It mav be
of groat service." Othcrlettersin thlsbatch
iroin the manipulators or the Ulanton Dun.
can movement savs that If the Louisville con.
ventlon is not a success an a means to defeat
ureciuy, us menus snoum vote ror Grant.
Another letter was found directed to Mr.
Lcdlie, from a promliiont Grant candidate
In this city, in which Lcdlie was directed to
call on certain Grant radicals in Sangamon
county fOr assistance and Information as to
tho proper persons for delegates to Louisville,-
Ktating that all expenses will be paid.
The whole tenor ol all the letters
mow conclusively that the entire Eouis
vlllo convention movement Is managed for
Grant and by Grant'x officeholders, and with
Grants money, aided by unscrupulous
knaves claiming to be democrats. Your cor
respondent has examined all tho letters, and
made extracts from them ns above given.
PERSONAL.
Father Burke, tho celebrated Irish
orator, is to lecture in St. Louis.
Jacob Moore, aged 108 years, the
oldest white man in Indiana, died on
Tuesday last.
Blanton Duncan's' parontago, says a
nowspaper correspondent, is honored and
respectable.
Secretary Delano' health is again
poor, and bo has boon compelled lo ropair
to his home in Ohio."
Newman, Grunt's Washington
preacher, has bean visiting tho President
at Long Branch.
Qcr. .Ewiog made ono of the best
speeches of the campaign at St. Clairsvllle,
Ohio, last week.
John Ruskin says that though stood'
naturod once, be is now old, tired and very
ill-nuturod.
"Miss Ida Groeley is engaged to be
married, " and " Ida Greeley is not engag
ed to bo married, " is announced in the
samo issue of si city daily.
Hi I .
Evkky Wukkk The Evening Star is
on; salo in all tho prinoiplo townsi and
cities throughout tho South, and West.
All aespoctablo doalcrs have tliein,' nnd
consider thorn tholr most staplo article
t-l-d&w-lt
DKOAY's KVrAUINO riHOEK
Will never mar
the tcoth that
brushed with Odnrifornnt
are
It
lends, u floral fragranco to tho breath as
wun us proiccis uie iceiii irom corrosion
and decomposition.
HUTCH KM.
JAKE WALTER,
BTJTOHEB
FRESH MEAT,
ElOllTH STBKKT, UkTWKBK WASniNOTOA
anbCommrciai, Avikues,
AiiJoIssIssb KIlesskoaae ssnd Ilassssj'sj.
Keep the bent or Oeet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
I.srob, Sauuge. eto,, nl are prepared to asrrs
citueni Id the most acceptable mannsr,
JAMES KYNA8TON,
Butcher and Dkaler ih all Kinds or
r RES II Mkats,
Corner Nl.vete.ntu and Poplar Stb,,
c-uro, Illinois;
Buys und slaughters only the best cattle
llOLt, and Sheen, anil luiiroimri.fi tnHII nv .In
i iimnd for Ircsh meats irom ono potuid to te
,?W , KEFRIQKRATORS.
u. i x iUnpfi?u,":,.w,lt'Coole"'. Toilet
Ces. lira.-, Copper Md Enamelled Wsra Br t
aula and plaolihed Ware, JaDoae4 War. of
Ainoog others I beep the jusllf celebrated
the
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ADVERTISE!
2D BE
4wrr f
AND
yAnzzax i ttljL.OW !
TROUPE OF 16 DACOTA U INDIANS
. Lately broiutht from their- native
home,
and their services procured at a irrcat ex-
pense. These Indians arc educated, neither
time nor money having been spared to bring
thCra te perfection, and' Laving' devoted
nearly seven years, the proprietors! are now
prcnarcd to present to tne public, a perfect
and excellent' Indian Brass Band, who
will give a
GRAND FREE EXHIBITION I
Throuith the rjiiiiclti.il streets at U o'clock.
.mounted 'on- Beautiful Ppottrd Arabian
Horses, without saddle or bridle, .rworted
by, tho celebrated Indian clown, Mud-Jc-hed-Wlss.
This being the first time the'pub
Uc.havo been favored with an exhibition of
Genuine Dacotah, Indians, the novelty autl
features of their performances cannot only
provo amuMntr, but to the scholar and histo
rian, Interesting, sublime and instructive.
The performances will be given under a Wa
terproof i'avilllon, fully capable of accom
modating 1600 people.
PROGRAMME PART FIRST.
TKJ
DACOTAH INDIANS
I X A
GRAND WAR DANOE
Exibltlng the manners and costumes of the
Indians. The most unique and Interesting
exhibition ever offered to tbo people.
Games, Dances, Songs, Scenes, Tableaux,
Kitcs,.eeremonicN, Ac.
iF-A-sea? s 33 c o rear 3D.
WONDERFUL DISrLAV 0V
HORSEMANSHIP
BY PROF. HLAKCBARD AND
HIS HORSE, SIR HENRY,
Comprising the following Acts: Dancing,
Waltcing. Tricks at cards, the Dying Horse,
the Drinking Horse, showing his nice dis
tinction or partiality for intoxtcatlnsr drinks
by drinking from a tumbler any kind of
drink his master oilers, or declining it to the
audience.
MUSIC BY THE INDIAN BAND.
Will exhibit afternoon and eve. at
CAIRO, SEPT. 6.
Admission, Fifty cents.
Children under 12 yrs. of age, - - 23 cts.
Doors open at 2 and 7j o'clock r. m.
ARAB FIRE COMPANY.
THIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY.
AT
SCHEEL'S HALL
MONDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 2.
Tho Arab Fire Company will celebrate its
Thirteenth Anniversary bv a Grand Hall at
Schcel's Hall Monday night, September 2d.
The committee will wait upon our citizens
duriiu; the nrescnt week with tickets, and
ever' citizen should buy otic, and thus aid
In the building of the proposed new engiuo
nuuse.
A. LoilR,
Vm. Kixck,
K. Dkzoma,
8-2'td. Committee.
ELECTION NOTICE.
CITY CLXUK'8 OVFICK, I
C'aiko, III., Avcust 20, 1872. J
Public notice is hereby given that a special
election will be held on
TUKDAV, THK24TII DAY OF SKP'T, A. I. 1872,
In the city of Cairo, in the state of Illinois,
lor the purpose of electing a
CITY TItKASUHEIl
to nil the vacancy occasioned by tho death
of Joseph B. Taylor.
Polls will bu opened at the Hough und
Ready engine house, lor tho tlrst ana second
wards, and at the Court House, for tho
third and fourth ward,
Polls will open at 8 o'c lock a.m., mid will
olosc at 0 o'clock p.m. By order ot the Cltv
Council. M. J. Howlky, City Clerk. '
8-2T-d4w.
BOUT AND SHOE NTOHK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., noar Athoneuro.
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hsmd a good susortmeat of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkm and
Saoss,
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examihx.
PAIWTERN.
Henry H. Meyer. William Stoner.
EXCELSIOR!
MEYER & STONER,
Houke, Sign and Steamboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Colors : Kalzo-mining-
and Paper Hajglng; Graining and
3IarbleluK of every description t Gliding in
every MtIc, plain and ornamental.
Vtfcl, ooo, oop.
4
GRAND
GIFT
CXJRCEBT
IV.
t" IN ATnol.TtfK
PUBLIC LIBRA TJVb'saf'A'UfiKy
, AT LODIMTILLK, KY.
By authority in the act of the Legislature
incorporating the Public Library of Ken
tucky, tho Trustees will give their
KCOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great hall of the Public Library,
building in Louisville, Ky., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
10O,Me TICKETS OP ABMIMleM
will be Issued at 910 each; half tickets
quarter tickets fci.M): 11 whole tickets for
eiOOi iUS for 2Ki: NIforSoOO; 113for 91,000;
i!S.'for2,A00; 675 for 9:,0O0. No "discount
on less than 9100 worth of tickets at a time.
$500,000 Currency
will he irrven to tho holdcrsof tickets by dis
tribution by lot of ONE THOUSAND
GIFTS, as follows :
LIST OF GIFTS.
O.neOiundOikt, Cash 9100,000
U.NKOltASIt tllfT, CASH, M.OOO
I ,,,,,,,, ,,, ,., , ,.zi,uw eatii
. 20,000 "
. I&.000 "
. lO.OOfJ "
. !,000 "
. 8,000 "
. 7,000 "
. (1.000 "
lf.
I.
1.
1,
f,(S0 "
4,000 "
3 .1 000
4 gi'tts or '9ibbl) V-icii' !!'.'." f'ooo
Ui trins of
1.000 each 1&.000
uo gins of
st Kirtsor
a" gins or
:i5Kiftxor
is gins r
Mgllt of
i gias oi
loo uins of
000 each 18,000
H00 eael 1000 "
TOO each 1700
HWl eiieh.., 21,000 '
fiOOeach 'J2,WW "
400 each 20,000 "
:i00 each 18,(KN) '
200 each 2O,0W "
100 each 01,200 "
012 gin of
Total, Us) gln, all ca.h. ,$.V0,0U0
The Hon. Tho. K. llramlcttc. late gover
nor of Kentucky, has consented to repre
sent the Trustees in the management of this
second Grand Olft Concert, and he will per
sonally see that the money from the sale of
tlcKcts is deposited wiui the Treasurer, that
the drawing is fairly conducted, and the
gin jutly awarded and promptly paid.
i ne uniwing win iaico piace in puniic, in
full view of the audience, und under the iui
mediate supervision and direction of the of
ficers and Trutres of tho Public Library ol
Kentucky, and the following named eminent
ami disinterested citizen, who have con
s -nted to be present and see that all In fairly
done:
Hon. M. It. Hardin, Judge Court Appc&'ft
Kcntuckv.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott,. late M. C. Leb'n
District.
Hon. H. W. Bruce, Judgo Ninth Judicial
District, Ky.
Gen. Eli U. Murray, U. S. Marshal, Dis
trict, Ky.
Hon. T. IJ. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan.
Court.
Hon. K. D. Standford, President Farmers'
and Drovers' Bank.
Hon. John Bar bee, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
District.
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wilson P. Johnson, Manager Gait
House.
Dr. T.S.Bell, Prof. Medical University,
uuuiBviue.
Hon. b. G. Baxter, Mayor Louisville.
Uon.T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. Brannin, President Manufacturers'
Bank.
Phillip Judge, of the Louisville Hotel, Co.
James Bridgcford, President 2d National
Bank.
W. C. D. Whips, Prop'r Willard Hotel.
J. C. Johnston, President Traders' Bank.
H.Victor Newcomb, firm of Newcomb,
Buchanan & Co.
Henry Dcppen, President German Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Merchant.
Dr. Norvin Greon, L. & C. Short Line
R. R.
Vol. Rose, Adams Express Co.
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE.
Ag't. Pub. Library ofKy., Pub. Library
Building, Louisville, Ky.
Circulars, giving full particulars,
sent on application. 7-10d&w2m.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
SECOND GRAND
GIFT CONCERT.
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
NO POSTPONEMENT.
FROM SEPTEMBER 28th.
To Tits Public:
The Trustees, ot tho Public Library of
Kentucky being satlstlcd from the largo salo
of tickets already -made, and the dullv In
creasing demuud for them, that there will be
no occaMon for postponing the second draw
ing in tlio Olft Concert in aid of the Public
Library ot Kentucky, have Instructed mc, as
their agent and manager of tho Olft Concert,
to say to tho public and ticket-holder that
thn drawing will positively take place on
September 2Sth prox., and will not he post
poned. An uctlvu demand for ticket comes
irom every State and Tcrritorv of tho United
States, and from the Canadas, giving assur
ance to tho Trustees that no tircumstauco
can prevent a drawing at appointed time.
A sulllcleiit clerical force is engaged to
keep up with thu orders for tickets, and in
order that this ofllce may be relieved or the
immense presure Incident to the business for
tho week or two inimcdlatclr preceding the
drawing, agents especially, "and those desir
ous or procuring tickets, are requested to
send In their orders immediately, as sales
will have to bo clocd in time to make tho
necessary preparations lor the drawing. It
Is the wish or the management to fill even
order for a ticket, as well as to sell all the
tickets, but those who apply llrst must llrt
be supplied ; und If those who put off buying
until sales are cloi-od have their money re
turned Instead of the tickets ordered, as in
the llrst Cllfl Concert In December lust, whe i
thousands of dollars that camo too lato wero
sent back, thoy will havo none to blame but
themselves,
THOS, E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Ktniuely.
Louisvillk, Kt., August 10, 1872.
. aui38dEnd&w2w
CAMPAIGN UNIFORMS.
Wo are prepared to iurnlsh uniforms to
GRANT CLUBS AND
GREELEY CLUBS
to any number ordered, for 91 4b a complete
outfit j Cap. Cape, Torch with Stick, .and
Flag, Bend order at once to
HAND & METZKE,
30 Market St., up stairs. CHICAGO, ILL.
eod2wauglo.
JOSEPH SMITH,
In lludcr's New Brick Building, corner of
Eighth and Washington Avenue,
BAKER & CONFECTIONER
AND DIALER IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
CHfcT-Home Advertisers.
j SfMTBlOIAWB.
-A.
Wrr.T.ijLM it HMITII. M. D.
f MDKNCSHn. tl Thirtnih atrest, be
K Strata Wapwioi arcane and Walnut strstt.
Oejco tM 3fOnif rclnl arcniif , up stair.
U. W. DUNNING, M. D.
nKSIDKNCE-cornsrNlnth and Walnut sta.
CVOfhre coinsr Sixth strsst and Ohio lerse.
office hours from s a.m, to 12 m and 0 p.m
II. WARDNER, Mi D.
)BJtDF.NCR-Corner Nlnctscnth atistt and
lV Washington aronne, near court home. Of.
Art. over Ar'er's Grocery Store, Ofllce flours from
to a.m. to la m. and "cm 2 to 4 n. m.
' it; $. ItltlliflAM, M. V ,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Of
llce l.K) Commercial avenue. Itesidcnco on
Tenth street three doorswcstorc.lt. Wood
ward. T-tlgm.
NEW FURNITURE STORK.
eichhoitTrothers.
have opened a New Furniture Store on
Commercial avenue, opposite Seventh
street, and respectfully call attention
of the citizens of Cairo and sur
rounding country to their
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
OF FURNITURE.
All new, aud warranted of the
THE VERY BEST MANUFACTURE
They guarantee satisfaction both in price
and quality of goods.
ETCall on them before you make your
pureliaps. 8-25 dim.
doom, mass Mi arret
OO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TXXTB STRUT,
0
Dmh, Hsvsk, BUsxU. sslsUssc.
Esssrc Clatters), (wesxl) Wladow ausd Dosr
Vsrssssitw, Flaws-tatT, Latli,
Hklstclesi, taUsMtl task, aisvssc! IW
lights, Clause Trssnsss ,
fSssak WtckU, ftaak rIUtss ssaMI Card
BUsast rulMlars, SsMsSssf;
rait, msMtSssa; Ossstsst, PluMtistsj
Pssiscr, 7arpt Veil, Wkltss
Ltma, LisMd oil, AsssHcssas Wlssdstst
Olssass, Esssllsk ssadrrsMsek
ru UlstM, Psstty, CI!suslorsi Passsta
swsr PIssm Psstesst Cklaaafa;
Etc,
te.,
Bte.
OENTS lor Rock Rlter Paper Company'
L. Sheathlnf Pettknd QuajtaCemant
nd.
n jonn a improTM nooanc aivaji on
LIME I CEMKNT!
JAMES ROSS,
ssiLta is
CAPE GIRARDEAU AND ILLI0.
LIMB!
Commcrcial-av., Foot of Elcvcnth-st.
Best quality of Lime and Cement al
ways on hand, and for sale at the
very lowest figures for cash.
BASKS,
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
CkarUred Stock SI, laat.
OFFICE OF
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICKKH :
A. U. SAFKORD. President;
S. S. TAYLOR. Vice-President:
11. 11YSI.OI', Secretary and Tn
Treasurer.
Biaictoati
P; M. Silmr.
K. 11. thocarLSTn,
R. 11. CCMNIMUMAIf.
Can. Qitiouia,
VavlQ. Bcnca,
J. kt, Pntiurt.
it. 1'. IliMIBAT,
DepoalU ol aar Amount Bocel ved Irom
Teas Cesata Vpavarda.
iNTEKEST paid on depoalta at the rate ol an
peroenl. per annum, March latand Seplem
r lat. Intereat not withdrawn la raided Imroe
d ately to the principal of the depoalta, thereof
U'Tinst them compound Intereat,
MARaUCn WOM EH AND CIIILDBIH MAT
DCFOMT MOMBT
SO THAT HO OSS IUI CAM DaAW IT.
Open eterj bualneaa day from a.m. to S p.m
and Baturday eremnc tor HAVIMO DEPOSITb
only, from t to S o'clock.
uet W. HTSLOP. Treaaurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
B A.3ST-EC.
caibo. iiiiLiBem
CAPITAL,
1100,000
omcsssi
W. P. HALL1DAY, Presldsati
tl KNRT L. UALUDAT, Vice-Praildanti
A. B.MAFKOKO.CMhleri
WALTER HTSLOP, Assistant Cashier.
piaacToasi
Btasts Tatlos, Roasar H. Ctssisqba
Hsaar L. Ballidat, W. P. Hailidat,
Oso. U. Wtixusssoa, BrarsiK lliaa
A. B. Bsrroso.
Kxekauaxa, Clsa assd Vstlted Rutea
Bassda Bskt sutd Mold.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
V OAlRf,
DANIEL HURD, President i
HOJERT. MtL.i't Vioa. President
i.
Our Home Advertise
COBMIMlOlf ABB rOBWABBMO
0. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
AMD
I2ST LIMB
0isr, :PiasriiK tiiii,'
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
K6. 71.0IIIO LEVEB,, UMDKR; CITY) NATION
" ' ' AL BANK. ' ' T
!9Fpr the purpose, of building tip a
wfiolesale trade Jn Cairo, I will sell to deal
era and contractors IB lots bt 60 barrtls and
upward, at masrufscturlns; prices, adding
tc.aiiir
Cairo, August 13,1872.
STRATTON1 & BIRD,
(Huccessor loBtratlon', Hadson ' Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
am
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
A
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
A SB
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOKNTS fob FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceasors to E. II. lleadrldas A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AID
"WIIARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
skfi Liberal AdTaaeemenls made aCSf
SaV upon ConalitncnenU. asW
Are prepared to reoeise, atore aad forward
freighta to all polata and buy aad
Mil on commiaaioB,
MTDualneaa aitende.1 to pmmpUr;
Z. D. MATIIUB.. X. O .DHL
MATHUSS St UHL,
AM C1EJIKBAX
Commissi on M ebc Hants
PEALEIW i.S
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
xe. m eHie lktkc.
WOOD RITTENHOU8E,
FLOUR
an
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. M. Wiluams, Jas. Kinslbt,
Late of Viekabarn. Mine. Late of Ulotl, J'
W. M. WILLIAMS Si CO.,
3l'ClAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
OEKEBAL AGENTS,
fokwabdino AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LETEE,
CAIRO, ILLS.
7.tr.
JOHN fi. PHLLIS i SON,
(Successors to Jobs fi. PbUlia.)
GENERAL COMMISSION
sn
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AUD
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cox. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LIVE
CAIRO, ILLS.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
. ii ' .
l-;,Id vitt i,4i1'"
i ilaai.i'fJl ... .
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MKRCBAMTI.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Aad Axaats of
OHIO RIVIR AND KANAWHA
SALT COlalFAISJ-iiaQ.
70 Ohio Lsyn,
Cairo, IiLtwott.
UAaU
CAIRO CITY GOAL
It prepared to supply etutosasr with the baa ,
quality of
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