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HOI FOIl OLD "KAINTl'CK I"
A GRAND BARBECUE
FT. JTEFFERSOIT .
SfR WEST WIND
Will leave Cairo at 8 .mil II a. m. on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH,
for (bo above place. Returning, Mill lent"
the ermines at l .li).
Ticket fertile round trip. onlv fa) cent.
Don't fall to go. tl.
$1, ooo, ooo
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LI BRA JlYfe KENTUCKY
AT LOVIftVlEXr., KY.
By autlinrity In tlie net of the Legislature
incorporating me muiic i.mrary ol nun
tucky, tlie TniMco Mill give tliclr
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the jrrcat hall of the l'ntilic Library,
imuuing in iouivwuc, ivy., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
ioe,ooe tickets or A.m.vtioN
viUbeiucd at 10 each; half ticket t;
quarter ticket f2..V); II whole ticket for
$100: U,for?2: MfurS.VM: 11.1 for $1,000;
'2S!t for 5"i for .".fKKi. No discount
on lc than fliw worth of ticket at a time.
will lc given to the holder! of ticket bv dis
tribution hv lot of ONK THOUSAND
OUTS, a follow:
LIST OF GIFTS.
OXEGllAXnOUT. CAMI $100,000
one 0 itAxn ( J irr, C.in ;o,ioo
1 .. 20,0(10 "
1 l.-i.OR) "
1 10.( "
1 .. l,(M "
1 f.(. "
1 T.() "
1 !.(! "
1 ... 4A) "
3 ... .1,"U "
4 rift of each . i.") "
15 rift of !.) each K.(MJ
fJeach . .. ls.000 "
Weach.... . 10.. )
.() each i;.:i)
at) each ai.fajO
)each tS,V) "
f) eaeh.. . 20.tr '
each ls.tJ0 '
30 each. . JO,f0 "
UOeach. .. Gl.'JOQ "
Pablleatlosi llHrr, Bnlletla DnlldlnR
Hkai, citato is in active demand.
Tin: fUli nnd fowl oflho Cairo tmtrkot
Sunday, tho flrt day of the Fall wm
cool but pleasant.
We aro indebtod to Mr. Thomas Wilson
for Springfield papers.
Old newspapers for ealo at this oOlco
decidedly cheap for caah.
The weather la very pleasant, but tlio
streets nro distressingly dusty.
Tr.E German school opened yestorday
with n full attendanco of scholars.
Du Foyster'b barbocuo, at Fort Jeff
erson to-morrow is tho attraction.
20 rift of
ri cms or
25 gifts of
iio pn 01
45 gifts of
1W cifu of
CIS fc-lfU of
Blankeniieko has tlio best and most
accommodating bar-kcepor in tho city.
.Iudoes Mulkey nnd Allen returned
homo from tho circuit Saturday night.
K. F. Davis says ho will havo tho Grcc-
loy hall ho is Lutldtnc ready for tho club
In n fow days.
The business of tho Doctors is not ns
brisk as business on tho levco, nnd it is
nothing to brag nbout.
In Mbssho county this has heon tho
tho "ilckllost Summer" since n clearing
was first mndo thcro.
The buslnoss of tho St. Charles hotol of
this city was $1,000 hotter last month than
during tho somo month In 1871.
Hut tho question Is, did tho colored ora
tor, Hird, tell tho colored gentleman, "Wil
liams, of DuQuoin, that ho, (Uird) was n
Greeley man ?
Total, 1.000 rift, all cah. ?:J,t.)
The Hon. Tlio. K. Ilratnlette, late gover
nor of Kentucky, ha consented to rcpre
ent the Trutce in the management of thi
second Grand Gift Concert, and he will ter-
sonally tee that the money from the sale of
tickets is Uepo-ited with tho Treasurer, that
the drawing i fairly conducted, and the
jrifts Justly awarded and promptly paid.
The drawing will take place lii jiuhlic. in
full view of the audience, and under the Im
mediate supervision and direction of the of
ficers and Trustees of the Public Library of
Kentucky, and the following named eminent
and disinterested citizen, Mho have con
united to he prcent and ce that all I falrlv
Hon. M. P.. Hardin, Judge Court Appeals,
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C. Lcb'n
Hon. U. W. Bruce, Judge Ninth Judicial
Gen. Ell II. Murray, U. S. Marshal, Dis
Hon. T. 11. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan.
Hon. E.D. Standford, President Farmers'
and Drovers' Bank.
Hon. John Barbce, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Atfy Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wilson P. Johnson, Manager Gait
Dr. T.S. Hell, Prof. Medical University,
Hon. S. G. Haiter, Mayor Louisville.
Hon.T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Treasuror Louisville.
A. O. Brannin, President Manufacturers'
Phillip Judge, of tho Loulsvillo Hotel, Co.
James Bridgeford, President 2d National
W. C. D. Whips, Prop'r Willard Hotel.
J..C. Johnston, President Traders' Bunk.
H. Victor Newcomb, linn of Newcomb,
uucnanan x uo.
Henry Dcppen, President German Bank
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Dr. Norvin Green, L. A: 0. Short Line
Vol. Rose, Adams Express Co.
THOS. E. BHAMLKTTE,
Ag't. Pub. Library of Ky., Pub. Library
Building "Louisville. Kv.
iST Circulars, giving full particulars,
sent on application. T-iudtVw.'m.
The melancholy days havo come tho
saddest of the year, of wailing winds and
naked woods and meadows brown and
sere, and so forth.
L. P. Butler, Esq., well-known in
Cairo, has removed from St. Louis and re
located at Murphysboro, Jackson county
in the practice of tho law.
Sr. Louis Weiss beer at Jacckel's, a
sure preventive of headache, sick stom
ach, and all the ailments incident to the
climate. Trv it. 0-3-dlw.
Street railroads will soon be n neces
sity in Cairo. Several Gentlemen who
have a crcat deal of walkinc to do are be-
1 ginning to agitate tho question.
Yesterday was tho monthly collection
day. Everybody was out with bills, and
money was gathered in on all hands. Hut
our share M'as too small to mention.
Kememher to attend tho barbecue at
rort Jefferson to-morrow. The steamer
Westwind will leave Cairo at 8 and 11
a.m. Tickets for tho round tnn JO cents.
WATER-proof St. Louis Lager boor at
tho Thalia .Saloon. Persons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
To Till". PuiiLic:
The Trustees ol tho Public Library ol
Kentucky helmr sutl.tled from tho large, salu
f tlckctn already made, and the ilallv Ins-Teasing
demand for thi-ui, that thcro Mill bo
no occasion for postponing the second
mi-In the. lilft Concert in aid of tin; Pnhli..
Jibrary ol Kentucky, huvu instructed me, u
their airent and niaiiacer of the (ilftConeeri.
losavtotho public and tickct-holdcrx that
the drawing will positively take jilaco on
Seiitcmbcr 28th liio.v.. and will nut bu uci.t-
jKined. An active demand fortlckct coine
jroinover)' ftateainriVrrltory oflho L'nited
states, and from the Canadas, f-'hlii' aMir
:incctotho TruMecH that no circumMaucc
oin prevent a ilranlii'' at uppolnted tlmi
A sulllclent clerical fureu I engaged to
Icepp up with tho order for ticket, and In
truer Uiai mm ouico may no reneei ol tint
iinmensopreituro iiiciucnt to tiiebiitltie lor
the week or two Immediately prcccdliij; the
ilrawiug, agentu ipecially, mid thoc delr
ms of procuring tlckvU, aro requested to
hend In their order Immediately, u, halcn
.vill havo to bo closed In time to make the
nccciiury preparatloiw lor the ilrawlu. It
liUie wlh of tho management to fill every
order for a ticket, u well u to n-ll ull tin;
ticket, but thoso who apply llrt mutilrt
supplied; and Ifthoso Mho put off buying
tiattlMtles are closed have their money re
lursied liiklead of the tickets ordered, a in
lUelrst Gltt Concert In December last, mIio'i
iknuumli of dollars that came too lutu were
seat back, they will havo none to blame hut
TilOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
ittA- A9ni JTUOUC uwruTy nemucny.
-V.. J. - - - V a 1 o i mo
iV noto from Thos. Wilson, Esq., our
member of the Board of Equalization, in
forms ue that tho board will get through
with its business about tho middle of this
Pure Wines and Liquors not n head
acho or a fight In a thousand gallons of
It at tho Tlmlia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
At 8 o'clock and 1) minutes last night
tho new moon peeped bashfully at this
part of tho world, and coyly remarked
" How aro you, Hornco Greeley j does your
mother know you'r out?''
Small houses for small families and
largo houses for largo families and good
butter and bottor piinting than is dono at
1 he Bulletin oilico nro all as scarce as
tho tooth of hens or roosters and honesty
A man named W. it. Law was nrrostcd
in Columbus, Ky., last week with u quan
tity of United States counterfeit bills on
his person. Ho Mas "sent up" to await
trial in default of $1,000 bail.
Bross roturned from Metropolis tired
but hopoful. Ho has no doubt tho politi
cal revolution has extended to Massac,
and that that county will givo u reduced
Radical majority, if Indood tho majority is
not on tho other sido.
The Metropolis 'Times' has obtained
information, that, by actual count, tho
Metropolis market hotiso contains each
morning forty-sovon water meltons for
each man, woman and child in that village,
with a surplus suQlclcnt to feed 100,000
"Tho weather," writes tho Mound City
'Journal,' "has been so intolerably hot,
and tho editor is so fat, tho 'Journal' had
to go to tho springs this week.'' This no
counts for tho non-appcaranco of Mound
City's luminary on time. The explanation
Ir tho dogs could bo induced to follow
tho example of the hogs and nbandon tho
streets, an illumination of tho city would
celebrate tho riddance. Tho pups of tho
city grow up und become dogs lastcr than
Marshal Cain disposes of the pestiferous
SNIVELY, of tho Carllnvllle, (.) q.'.
quiror,' charges Summers, of the Colum
bus (Ky.) 'Dispatch,' with croquet. Hum
mers, properly indignant, resents tho
"foul asperstion." Summers Is not that
kind of u man, Ho never croquctted in
Visitors from Memphis und St.' Louis
say the small pox is raging violently in
those two cities. Cairo is botwoon two
flrct, and should bo vorv dilliront In thu
business of preventing tlio horrlblo disease
from again allilctlng us. Etornal careful
iiuis is tho price of exemption from tho
There has been considerable money
used by the Radical clique in this city in
the purchaso of voters, and tho gamo
must bo blocked, Tho Commorcial nrenu
man who told bimsolf to Grant for n fow
Radical names on his liquor license, sold
too cheap. Ho could havo commanded a
few dollars in cash If ho had held out a
Lawless man along tho lino of tho Mo-
bllo and Ohio railroad aro firing into tho
trains becauso tho locomotives will persist
In killing horsos and caltlo thnt refuso to
get out of tho way. Thoro nro many good
citi zens down there, and tlioy should tako
in hand tho amlablo barbarians who com
mit theso outrages.
It may bo an interesting item of Infor
mation to our readers, that tho Slato levy
of tax this year, in Illinois, will bo forty
flvo cents on tho dollar, nnd for county
and city purposes " nway up thcro." If
it wcro not that wo havo in Mr. Thomas
Wilson a most excellent member of tho
talo Board of Equalization, Cairo prop
erty holders would bo compelled to hang
up tlio f hovel nnd tho hoc, nnd swear like
The county court tnct yestordny in reg
ular session for tho transaction of county
business. The flrstjwork was tho solcctlon
of a list of jurors undor tho now law, at
which task tho court is still cngagod. Six
hundred names will probably bo put upon
this list, and tlioy must bo tho names of
citizens of good morn) character and stand
ing, M'oll-informcd and inlolllgont. Theso
boing tho quulillcatlons of jurors it will bo
seen at a glance that nil tho Liberals in the
city will bo required to do jury duty,
thoro boing not more than six hundred
Liberals in Cairo.
Dave Llncgar is ono of tho great stump
orators of tho Republican party of Illi
nois I lie Is tho nblcst m nil now talking
Grantism for hire, and ho is about ns
poor n specimen of long-winded grcnt ora
tory we ever knew. Ho is good enough as a
fecond-class talker, but when n party gets
so scarce of talking mnterial that it ele
vates him into ono of its first-classes it U
as hard up ns tho Democratic
party was before It formed an nlllanco
Mi th the Liberal Republicans, and Logan
to applaud what loll from tho lips of
Trumbull, Palmer, Koerucr, and other
really great orators.
Tm: Columbus, (Ky.) 'Dispatch' of last
week says: "Two railroad contractors
havo been in this city tho past week. One
ol them is at present engaged on tho
Brownville and Ohio railroad, and has
bid on fifty miles of tho Mississippi Cen
tral railroad, commencing at Cairo. Ue
expects to be awarded tho contract, and
was here to cxamino into the work and
prices of supplies along tho lino. The
other is just completing n contract in
Illinois, and came hero to bid on tho Ken
tucky nnd Tonnessee road, from here to
Cairo, on which work will probably bo
commenced within the next thirty days."
Secretary of State Rummel and Col.
Don Morrison passed through the city on
Sunday night on tho way to their respect
ive homes. Mr. Rummel spoko in tho
German langungo at Metropolis and Gol-
conda, and was received at both places
with great favor. Col. Morrison mado two
speeches at Metropolis and ono at Gol
conda. The Col. never makes a bad
speech. Ho can't But gentlemen who
heard him at Metropolis Inform us that ho
surpassed bimsolf in his happiest moments
at that place. lie made Metropolis howl,
and nil tho Radicals doclaro that thoy
want no moro of that kind of Liberal
speakers to visit their town j but the Lib
erals, delighted andenthusod, insist on
having moro of tho snmo kind if they can
The Shawnoctown 'Mercury,' in speak
ing of tho threats of tho Shawneetown
negroes to assassinnto Rev. Mr. Shores
Now we cannot bollovo that there is u
solitary colored man in Shawnoctown who
would offer tho least violence, to 3Ir.
Shores or any othor- Greeley man. Mr.
Shores was horo somo years ago preaching
and mado somo unwarranted charges
against tho colored Methodist church
calling them horse-thieves and robbers. For
this conduct ho is not held in high esteem
by the Methodist church ; but to say that
ho would bo mobbed, or that n threat to
that effect had been made, Is to churgo our
colorod mon with that which is slanuorous
in tho extreme Wo call upon The Bul
letin to publish tho lcttors threatening to
tako Mr. Shore' lifo. If thoy aro not
forthcoming Mr. Shores must stand con
victed of willful lying. In proof that
there was no disposition to interfcro
with Mr. Shores' right to discuss
tho quostions-at issuo botwoon tho parties,
tho court house was secured for tlio
discussion by tho Grant and Wilson col
orod men. Somo had suggested that tho
discussion should tako placo in tho grove,
but tho committeo in chargo of tho matter
said "no I" that thoy "wantod tho discus
sion to tako placo whera order would bo
an assured fact." Tho Grant nnd Wilson
men oven wont so far to obllco Shores
ns to chongo tho tlmo of holding their
ratillrntion meeting. Theso nro facts in
tho case, and ho who says that any attempt
was uiuuo io iniuniuaio snores states Unit
which is untruo.
Wo do not know whothor Mr. Shores
will consent to tho publication of tho
threatening lottors ; but wo do know
ho recoived such lottors. Wo
read ono letter begging him to not visit
Shawneetown, and saying bis lifo would
bo sacrificed to tho blind fury of Grant
ncgroos if ho would not regard tho warn
ing. Tho name of n colored porson, woll
known, was signed to this lettor. Since
Mr. Shores recoived tho first letters of
warning and of threats, ho has obtained
information that certain Cairo Grant
colored mon woro in correspondonco with
certain Shawneetown Grant colored mon
urging his assassination I Is it Improba
ble they would do so? Would IIioho
membors of the Grant Club who woro
caught In tho act or burglary
tho other night, hesltato? Would that
mombor of tho club who said tho other
day : " I would like to tako a club and
boat out Old Shores' brains beat them
all out," hesltato? Would Conway, tho
threatonor, hesitate? Why, Lusk don't
know our Grant negroes, Thoy are on
Ignorant, lawless set. If they woro not
afraid, thoy would burn tho homo of ovory
Greeley man in Cairo, and cut tho 'throat
of tho owner.
Stcimor St. Jotoph, St. Louis.
" AdaHellmnn, Evansvlllo.
" Idlewlld, Evansvlllo.
" Eddysvlilo, Loulsvillo.
" Grand Tower, Memphis.
" James Howard, St. Louis.
" Croscont City, St. Louis.
" Fearless, St. Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk,Jr., Paducah.
Steamer St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Ada Hellman, Memphis.
" Idlewlld, Evansvlllo.
" Eddysvlilo, Louisville.
" Grand Tower, St. Louis.
" James Howard, Now Orleans.
" Crcscont City.
" Fearless, Loulsvillo.
" Illinois, Columbus.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
1110 .MUDDY COAL
Steamboats suppllod ot any time, both
day nnd night, With cither lump or chest
nut coal, in nny qunntily, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terras upon application.
II. V. Olypiiant,
D. A. Bokeb, Oen'l. Supt.
Sales Agont. 3-15-ly.
II0AT8 LEA VINO TO-DA V.
The regular packet loaving for Momphls
nnd nil way points, is tho City of Chester,
alio will dopart at 0 o'clock this evening.
The olegant City of Uclona is tho anchor
lino boat, loaving for St. Louis and way
points, nt G o'clock this evening. Tho
good low wator packot, Arkansas Belle,
will lcavo at C o'clock for Evansvlllo, nnd
nil points on tho Ohio rlvor. Tho gay
Jim Fisk is tho dally 4 o'clock evening
packot for Paducah and way points. Tho
fine tug Cacho is tho Mound City packot
and leaves threo times a day.
CONDITION or THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio rlvor at this point is falling
rapidly. Tho Ohio obovo hero Is in n bnd
condition and tho fall is steady. Cum
berland river is n thing of tho past, It is
down so low that no boats can do any
thing in it. Tho Mississippi is still fall
ing and is in adeplorublo condition. Only
six foot can bo found with tho stick at
Greenfield's. Bolow horo there is 9 feet to
UUSINESS AND M'EAIITER.
Business on tho leveo was very good for
Monday. Thcro was considerable freight
received and forwarded. Tho weather M"as
clear and very pleasant all day. Tho
nights during the past week wero quite
The Howard arrived at an early hour
yesterday, drawing all tho wator there wns
in the river. Sho had to lay up Sunday
night at Greenfields and wait fordaylight.
Sho rubbed very bard coming over but did
not stick. Sho loaded hero to all tho wa
ter below. The Belle St. Louis laid all
Sunday night at Greenfields, and ground
ed there early yesterday morning, and
was still aground when our report M'as
closed. Tho Paulino Carroll went to
Mound City with 2000 bars iron for the
C & V. R. R. and whilo up thero sho will
bo taken out on tho ways nnd have her
hull repaired. Tho Grand Towor received
a big lot of freight for St. Louis.
Tho Crescent City had to double trip it
with her barges over Greenfield's. Sho
brought out four barges and added one
loaded bargo at this placo.
Tho Eddyvillo brought down n fair trip
and returned last evening.
Tiio Ada Heilman filled out with Mem
Tho lion. James C. Hughes is again on
tho Cairo City Wharfboat ns receiving
clerk il'c. lie has many friends on the
City National Bank Bulldlutr.
aaJSpecial attention taid to orders from steam
If you want FinoTcasor Coffees, Spices
or canned Fruits, choice fresh II utter, or
tho very host Flour, go toT. W. Carrieo's
grocery store on Washington nvenue be
tween Eighth and Ninth streets.
Four fino airy rooms on tho second floor.
Inquire at tho cornor of Fourteenth street
and Washington aveuue.
Mrs. J. II. Oborly,
Mrs. J. T. Ronnie,
Mrs.W. A. Bristol,
Mrs. F. L. Thompson,
Mrs. B. F. Fields,
Mrs. F. Axloy,
Mrs. Miles Purkor,
Mrs. W. W. Thornton,
Mrs. A. Comings,
Mrs. E. A. Burnett,
Mrs. M. Smallonburg,
Mrs. G. M. Aldcn,
Mrs. Henry Elliott,
Mrs. C. P. Parsons.
Tho abovo list compriso a fow of tho
ladies who havo tetod and nro using
Burnett's Steam Cookino Vessel, and
speak In terms of highest pralso of It.
Thoy nnd others using It, say thoy would
not do without it for many timos its cost.
For salo by A. Halley on Wnshlngton
If you would bo healthy, wealthy and
wiso, indulge in tho Liboral Catawba
Wines, Miiich can always bo had, cool and
sparkling, at tho Thalia saloon. tf
Woiss Beer ot the Ulysses S. Grant
brand, Christianizing in its character, is
kopt for salo at thu Timlin taloon only, tf
Wo rospcctlully inform tho citizens
ot Cairo and vicinity that wo shall opon
on or about tho 1st of September, 1872, in
Ncfl's new brick building on Eighth
street, with an cntiro new and olegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, otc.
8-10 tf, Blum & Ambon,
Tho undersigned, late M'orkmon with
J. P. Gamble, havo oponcd n shop, corner
of 10th strcot and Commercial avenue, for
tho manufacture and repair of Wagons,
Buggies, drays, otc, etc., and for tho pur
pose of doing a oeneral m'iieemiioiit
iiusiNKHS. Thoy respoctiully ask a share
of the public patronage
aug. 18-tf, o. 0. DayidioN.
Blankenuuro ahead! Wines and CI
gars I oldest nnd choicost, nt tho EXCEL
SIOR SALOON, opposlto tho Post Ofilco
Fincst of Liquors, Frco Lunches nnd mu
sic ovory dny. Tho groat Liberal nnd
Democratic,Greoly & Brown drinko Weih
Beer, Is mado n specialty, nnd Frcdpridos
himself upon keeping the freshest nnd
coolest In tho ctiy. Lemonades tho cold
est, mixed drlrfks nnd music tho 11 Most
-Elchcnburg's cigar nnd tobacco stand
is growing in popularity every day. It is
locatod on Eighth street botween Wnsh
Ington avenue nnd Ohio levee. Tho Em
poror "William, In nil his majesty, stands at
tho door Inviting tho public to snmplo tho
excellent chowlng nnd smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Eichcnburg
is determined to succeed, and If merit In
tho goods can secure him success ho will
not bo disappointed. Go nnd sco him.
Our Homo Advertisers.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
lias opened a llitrnc Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Elexcnth
Streets for the 111111100 of MANU
FACTURING nil kinds of
DO U BUS & SIXGIjK ILARXKSS
IKLTKHSj HllIllLK., iVc,
Which lir Keeps on vile or M ill make to
order. Hi motto Is : "Good .Stock, good
work, nnd JiMlco to all men."
All kind of repairing done with neatiie
and dlp:itch. (ilo him a trial, you Mill
find ho don't propo-c to ".Stand 011 a home
)( In thn United PUte. WMrr Cooler, Toilet
ettK.I X L KrePiern, Siti and Hponpe Ilth,
faxes, lira, Coppor and Knurnelled Msrn, llrlt
an I, nnd planished Ware, Jaoanned Ware of
ererjr description, and a a general Assortment of
Amonx others 1 keep thejuitlr celebrated
v x.v laask Z' '
It 1 uscle-, to mention their superior qualities
ai thojr pealc lor themselrca throughout tho
I manufacture ererjthlng in Tin, Hheei Iron, And
Copper M'aro out ot the vrrjr best material, ami
hate no healtntlnn in atating thnt I bve a Urger
and more complete, assortment of goods men
tioned than can be found in tho city.
Country denier will Sad It to their Interest to
call and examine before rurchaslnir elsewhere.
Jobbing, home Rutterinir, and all nutlre work
promptly attended to. (). W. HENDKUSON,
Ctt 19") (Vimmrelal avenue. Cairo. III.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturer of and Dealer In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the bet Patent Klin extant, we are epc-
ciany prepareu 10 lunnsn 11 1 uu nines, on
the fchorten notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our stock of
A X I)
Lumber delivered to any part ol the city.
Orders received at the olllce of
.SAFFORD, MORRIS & CANDER,
or at that of the company, corner of .'lltli
street and Ohio levee ninr.Bd-'liii.
And Dealer in
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
13T All Good M-arrantcd fresh, and sold
at the lowest price.
Corner Oth and St. CoiniiiercialAvo.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Ut. Com. ,; Wash.,
Has just opened a iicm1 and stylish estab
lishment, fully ti)) to the time, and InItc
old cii'loiner and hum, ladles, children anil
all, to favor Jif tit with their patronage.
JSTAI1 M ork dono In the Latest Stylo.
IN TWENTi' YEARS,
THE balk ok
rs ;wkal 111 ,bbw. -.. .
HAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD IN X871.
" G irFESI TKRI K I ) -
Our Home Advertisers.
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., (Jiu., 0
THE ONLY HELIAI1LK GIFT DISTttlUU
TIO.V IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Xj. T3. BUTE'S
157th Kciiulnr Mopthly
To be drawn Monday, Hoptember 9th, 1S72.
One Grand Capital ok
5;000 I3ST O-OLD !
Two Prizes $1,000 n (
Two Prizes GOO g.
Flvo Prizes 100 I
One f'ninliy Cnrrlat;e nnd Matehcd Horios with
HIlTer-Moiititcd llntncn", worth l,f.
One Horse nnd llilKgy with SllterOIniintcd Har
ness, worth t'ffi
Ono flne-toncd Itorewood Piano, worth $500,
Klto family sewing machines, worth Sloueach.
"toxoid and mlver lefer bunting watohra, worth
from f-V to$J00each. Ladle gold lentirie chain,
Real's koI I vest chain", ulid nnd double plated
silver table nnd tcaapoons photograph albums,
Jewelry, etc., etc.
Wliolo number of gilt, n.oou. Tlcki ti limited to
Aaents wanted to eel) tickets to whom liberal
premiums will bo paid,
Hcgie tickets on dollar 1 six tickets rltndol.
Inr; twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty. tlvo
Clrinlarii containing a full list of prlies, a dr.
scrlptionof the maimer ol drawing, nnd other
information In reference 10 the distribution, will
bo eent to any ono ordering them. All lettera
must bo addressed to L. 1). SINK, Dux, fee,
orrict, Cincinnati, o.
101 West till t. nov-wAdlr
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leo.ili7.eii iiv State Authority and
Drawn in Puiiliu in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Claps H, to he Dram-n Aug. 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000,
1 rrue or jyy1"
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 00.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Ktate, are
always drawn at the time nnmed, and all draw
ings aro under the supervision of sworn com.
The 0tncl.1l drawing will be published In the
St. 1juIs papers and n copy sent to purchasers
of it kets. 1
M'e will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eyery month during the year 172.
Kemltat our nk hy to-mmce money order,
registered letter, draft or eipre. sicnil for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY, Ml 1. 1. Kit A CO.,
P.O. box 2114. at. Loul, Mo.
We are prepared to luniMi uniform to
GRANT CLL'BS AND
to any number ordered, for 1 45 a complete
outfit; Cap. Cape, Torch with Stick,; and
Fla?. Send order at once to
HAND ii METZKE,
SO Market St.. up Mali. CHICAGO, ILL.
A R H YO U GO! NGW EST T
If to, take our advice and purchase your ticket
over lu old reliable and popular Mtssocai Pa
cine Haii.ot, which is Kltlvely the only line
tunning threedally 01 prep trains frornHt. Louis
to Kan, City nnd tho wrst! aud is positively
the only ine which runs I'ullmin pslaee lcers
nnd flue day coat lief, especially for movers,
equipped with JIHIer's snlety platform, ami tho
patent steam brake, From St. Louis to Kansas
c'lty, Ft. ecolt, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son, bt. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Mull
am' Omaha without change I For Information In
regaud to time table, rates. Sc., to any point in
Mlouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texas.and
California, call upon or address S. ll.Thomppan,
agent, Missouri Pacific It.lt. Columbus, Ohio ; or,
K.A.Ford,(ineral Passenger Agent, HI. Louis,
No trouble to anwsr oiisn tl LI
"W A N T ED, A G E N T SI
S100to$250 per month, everywhere, male nnd
female, to Introduce the the latest improved,
most simple and pet'ect HIIU'ITLU SKUIMi
MACIII.S'i; ever invented. We challenr the
world to compete with it. Price only lib 00, and
fully warranted for live jears, making trie
Elastic LoeU Hlltcli, alike on both side. The
same as all the high priced shuttle
machines. Also. the eelelirated nod
latest COMMO.S ar.NSK FAMILY HKWINfJ MA
CHINE. Pnco only J15 no, nnd fully warranted
tor live years. These machines will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider
lh n most superior manner. And are warranted
to do all work that can be done nji any hlgh.pnced
machine In the world. For circulars and term
address H. WVNKOOP Jt CO.,2irtl Itidge nvenue
1'. () llox. 27.ii; Philadelphia. 1'a. 6.23. :imw
lAt;i. il. NUIIUII, Ag't.
250,000 Ark in Daily Usf
doing more work, '
doing it better,
doing it quicker,
doing it cheaper,
doing it cleaner,
doing it easier
And with creator satisfaction ami having of
labor than any Stove In use,
HOLD IIY EXCELSIOR MANU'rO. COMPANY,
Wholesale Dealers in all kinds of TINNERS'
bTOCKj and hy all live Stove Dealers, like
C. W. HENDERSON,
1W Commercial Avenue,
SIMILIA SLMILIBUS CURANTUR
HAVE proved, from the most ample exper
lence, an entire success! Simple Prompt
bthclcntand Reliable. They are the only medi
cines perfectly adapled to popular Use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be made In using them;
Hn linrmlesM n, m l.n fmn fmm .l.n... ....
etticlootas to bo always reliable. They have rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
idwais render satisfaction.
" , Cents.
1. Cures SVvri-N. nont'estlnn. fnflatnmat, n,... -1
2, " Worm), worm fever, worm coho 25
3, " frylntf.collo ortectlilngol infants...25
4, " IHrrlioe,of children and aiiilts...25
6, IVvNentery, griping, b'llou collc...25
c, " t'liolcru-morbus, vomiting,..- ..25
7, " ('Iiolern. colds, bronchltus 2i
, " .Vciiralirlii, toothache, fueeache...2i
0. 11 BIlfu!ftllfll. Hlelf Imnilnnlin ,,t!n...it
10, " l)yN)-Hlit' bilious stnmnehe .7..SS
11, " SiiireHsiesl,orjinlnful periods 25
12, " WIlftfM. inn tirnfiiuA tifrir..!..
VI, " Croup, cough, dllllcult breat'lnnii!"25
il1 Blt llliciiiis, Lrvslpelas. Eruptions.:
15. 11 Stliemmif Ihiii. rhpiimatl,. ..ail.. ..r
111, tovepaiiil AKUc.chllllevcr.neu'esio
17. " S'llrM. blind or bleeding ... to
18, " lilitlilrmy, and sore or weak eye.'iJi
i'J.' . Vi,l,rr,V"-'"li,or,!lrouin' liiHueiioiMi
i ' .. ow,,,,,K"1;o"'f,,','lol!ne1'UtisW)
21. " ANtllllllt. Oimressed hrenllnn, ...
". lleliiiricc, Impaired hearinlso
21, seroiuia.enlargedg ands, swelliims
21, " tlenernl Ilebllltj?, physical weak.50
27, Kltlncy-WlNeasie. Gravel , ...56
W, " IScrvuiiH eblllty, seminal en.li.
slons. Involuntary discharge 100
I'l vt:ilox(ts,w lib cno J2 vial of powder
.. e,y "PCC8:'"'y ferlous cases...5 f,o
29, " Nore JMoutli, canker 60
" Urinary- Wenkiiemt, wettliig'Led'jM)
: iV,.'."n,,f '"'. with smi",';,.1.!. ;io
5-V .. pW"el"K.Hchangeoriiie 100
H' ;;V"A',"3!;al",l"s!"-Vitui,lanee,l no
at, " IHptherlB. ulcerated sore throat 50
Of 35 to 60 lu rue vliim, morocco
or rosewood cane, voiitalnliiv a
peel He for every onlluitry UU-
Msieit rimilly la aiiltject to, aud
ItookM of illrcetlonsi frora" $in to $24
smaller Sainily and Traveling ca.es,
-'V 8 lal from a to tJ
Specific lor all Private IMaeaaea,
both (or Curing- and ror Preven
tive treatment, lit vliils aim pocket
cases tt o n 00
Cures Hums, Ilrulsea, Lameness, Soreness, Hore
I broat, Sprains, Teothclie, Earache, Keurolitia
.-ihoumatiiiii, Lumbago. Piles, Jlolls, Kting,, horo
Eyes. Dice ling of the Lungs.'Nosestomach, or
vf Piles, Corns, Ulcers, old Sores, '
Prlce.Ooi., 60 ell.; Pints, II 60; Quarts, 41 75.
sur Iheio rrmedies, except I'ond KHract, by
the case or slnglo nox, are sent tooiy part of tho
rcOc,e.y,o',,homrlr,c0i:.",,re"' fre ' W.
. HOJIEOPaTHIC medicine CO,
Office and Depot, No. Ui Ilroadwav. Nevr.Ynrk
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, fXTKA,
GROS 9RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF OARI-STING
01 LT HANDS,
Ilia Kntlre Ntork
VERY LOW FIGURES.'
COnNEI8TH BT. AND COM U EECIA L-AY.,
WOOD I WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The nnderxgned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, II tiot Ckeaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the slates at the I'ostolllce and at Ross
coal van!, on Commercial nvenue. between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois.
give good measure and will cord tho wood
up If desired.
iiKVlO-tf DENNIS HALEY.
HARRY WALKER it CO., Prop'rs.
This house Is newly fitted up with two
And two due
JENNY LIND TABLES
suitable for all kinds of
The :iloon I stocked with the Rest
are compounded In the most approved style
I3rCoiiioaiidccforjotirseir. They keep
on hand a Hue stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
aro spread lnornln and evening at nln0
o'clock, at which all aro Invited to partlcf.
pato Ireoof charge. 8-ladtf.
BOOT ANI fSIIOK NTOHK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commorcial Avo., noar Athenoum.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses and Childron's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they soil at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call axo Ezauikx.