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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1872.
JOHN II. OHKltl.Y, K.lllor nnd Publisher.
TERMS OK TUB DAILY HUIACTISi
One month, by inll
Three month' r r"
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TUB D0M.AU WEEKLY UUM.KT1N
John II. Obcrly has reduced Hie mW rln
tlon price or the Wkkkly Cairo iium.ktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois.
of New York j
FOB VICE PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF I-fllMC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPH1ER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAU
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
CLERK OF SLTREJin COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
'among them; and though I own not a
Toot of land, I liavo a perfect right to
'every section of tho starry heavcni."
Edwards It In a torry predicament, rich aa
he is. The ocoan, and tho shores, and the
wholo earth is his, and yet ho docs not own
any land, and nllhough ho has a clear
title to all tho heavens, that kind of
property is utterly unsaleable I Wo
sympathize with our noighbor, and would
llko to volunteer our services to aid him
out of his difficulties.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
Wt are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HAEMAN i a candidate for Circuit CltrV of
A3 triad tr county, at the enuinr election In
'oi etnWr nctt.
TVe are authorized to announce li. 5. YO
CCM a a cjtndidate far Circuit Clrk ol Al
extndtr county, at the cn-ulnc election in
rOli COUNTY ATTORNEY..
WEBB, ESQ., fc a candidate for
torney. at the cnMilnc November election.
We are authorized to announce P. H.
Forr at a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November cleetlon.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing Novemhcr election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRYIN m a candidate for re-election
to tho office of .Sheriff ol Alexander county.
Wc arc authorized to announce JOHN
11. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-clcctlon
to the office of Coroner, subject to the dccls
slon of tho Democratic Convention
MOREAU, THE BOURBON.
Tho Storoy-Ledlie Illinois State conven
tlon of stralghloutcrs, calling themiolves
tho unpurchatable Domocrats of the
Prairio State, was a queer body, composed
of political idiots. Tho orator of tho con
vcntlon, Major "Will C. Moreau, was n fine
speclmon of tho entiro body a man who
in his low-down baseness would lote noth
ing in comparison with Brick Pomeroy,
and, in meannois and cold-bloodedness, is
almost as bad as Storey.
Moreau is a disgraced man. Ho was
cashiered for obtaining money under falio
pretences and turnod out of the ranks of
tho army for baio conduct. Ho is there
fore a splendid specimen of the genus
Moreau is a slippery eel. He established
a lager beer garden In Nashville, Tennes
see, and with a flourish of trumpets pro
claimed his determination to oxpend $15,
000 or $20,000 on this enterprise; but it
soon became evident that he had no visible
means of support. He convicted himself
of a design to swindle by doing business
in this affair in the name of Cartright.
He was not a success as a beer garden pro
prietor. He is not of sound mind. He was im
prisoned sometime ago in the jail of Perry
county, Indiana, and obtained his dis
charge by pleading insanity.
He is a wretch. He was so abusive of
bis wife, neglected and mistreated her so
badly, that she was compelled to obtain a
divorfe. Speaking of this fact, the Ander
son (Ind.) 'Herald calls hhn infamous
sjjd a 'betJtly wretch.
He is not a Democrat. Daring the patt
month, before he became the Ledlie-
who understands the wants of tho South
ern people, and would bo ablo to advanco
tho interests of tho South as Cheatham
could not, and all that tort of thing, why
should ho not be elected 7 It is useless to
say to us that Cheatham was regularly
nominated. That card will not win in a
gatno with Androw Johnson. Ho can't
bo put down by tho caucus cry, and with a
whoop ho will rush crushlngly upon the
men who aro using it. Confound An
drew Johnson ; wo hope, and, in a short
time, Intend to pray for hit olection I
TELLING SPEECH BY HON. W. .1.
- ... - . . v
f at kuujonzea to announce . T.,,r ,v n.s.. nr.ntinn
Ctmntr At- - '
he was stumping Indiana in company
with Senator Morton making speeches in
opposition to Hendricks, the Democratic
candidate for Governor.
He is n Bourbon a representative
Bourbon because he is a Radical tool, a
rascal, a wife-whipper, and crazy
Rooms of Liberal Executive Com
SPRINGFIELD, ILL., August, IS, 187'.!. J
Jous II. Oberly, Esq.:
The following appointment! have been
made lor Gov. Kirmer, by the Liberal Exec
utive committee :
Du Quoin, Thursday, September ftth, at
Centralis. FridaySeptember Gib, day lime;
Carlyle, baturday,'Scpteinber7th, duytlme;
O. M. Hatch, See'y.
It it probable Pennsylvania, Ohio and,
T.ll Ml - 1 1 ...1 1 l.i. T II V
-uuiaun iv ill nil wuuei iiuu mu jjiuurai
lino in October, and keep stop with tho
music of tho Union.
The best cartoon by Matt Morgan is in
the last number of 1 Frank Leslie's Illus
trate! Newspaper' Jeremy Dlddlor's
Eiultatlon. It is better than any of
Nast's on the other sido. Tho faces of
Grant, Tweod and Tom Murphy tiro Ano.
The controversy about the letters re
ported by Stanley to have been written
by Livingstone, continues. Tho New
York 'Sun' calls Stanloy a rogue, and en
deavors to provo that ho forgod tho Liv
ingstone letters. The 'Herald' hat taken
up the gauntlet for its correspondent, and
11 res hot shot at his assailants.
The health of Gov. Curtln is tho sub
ject of much speculation in political cir
cles. We have littlo doubt be will bo too
111 to express an opinion on tho Presi
dential question until after the Maine,
and maybe until after the Pennsylvania
election. Hois a trimmer nnd wishos'to
fall on the strong side.
TnE Grant papers uro pleased to say
they have no doubt ot the success of the
Bourbon movement, because tho Bour
bons have plenty of money and tho I.iber
als aro impecunious. Says one paper :
"The Liberals aro as poor iu church
mice," which is the truth. But from
whence do tho Bourbons procure their
wealth? Will tho Grant papers answer
that question? They know that theso
saleable Democrats have the command of
the Radical corruption fund as they have,
and while rt-jolcing in their own shame
intuit the Liberals by telling them thoy
are poor and therefore cannot hope for the
uccets of their cause no mutter how just
it may be.
G. K. Edwards, a Liberal Republican,
hat become editor of tho McLeansboro
Timet,' and In the last number Indulged
in a talutatory. He saya "the oeeun, with
iU loud-roaring waves, the shores with
their golden sands, the earth with Its
'r1lX5 kM',nollnWn,i green-clad hills
brw pnlriet are mine, and 1 live
THE TENNESSEE CANVASS.
Andrew Johnson, ox-Prcsldont of tho
United States, n walking keg of nitro
glycerine, dangerous to handlo; tho cm
bodimcnt of a big row ; a stalwart pugi
list who walks out with a chip on each
shoulder inviting tho " world, tho llcsh
i mid tho devil" to knock it oil' and tako
tho conscquonces ; in short, a d 1 of a
follow, us thomon loose of tonguo would
oxprcss it, has unnouncod his determine
tlon to canvass Tunnosseo as nn independ
out candidate for Congrossman-at-large.
With characteristic energy, Mr. John
sun bus taken hold of tho Constitution of
tho United States, oven as of old tho Is
raelites took hold of tho horns of tho al
tar (wo think wo may venture to assume
that thu scriptural allusion is correct)
und is swinging around the circle demand
ing thu prosonco of tho man
who struck William Patterson,
and hitting right and left und
from tho shoulder at all hostile heads
that protrudo themselves under bit largo
nnd peculiar nose. At hit heols troop
"tho masses," so dear to tho Johnsonian
heart, cheering and swinging their hats
and daring thu civilized and tho barbar
ous world to produce tho counterpart of
their idol. In short, "things uru work
' ing "down In Tenncsseo, and Johnson
intends to loavo no stono unturned in his
effort to carry off the prize he is now con
Very well; wo hope ho may. Con
found his troublesome old soul, how we
disliko and admiro him I Wo would, If
wo could, cago him put a muzzle on
him, as we would on a dangerous dog put
a gag in his mouth abuse him as ho de-
sorvus ; but, if wo wore in Tennessee, by
our boots I we would vote for him ugainst
tho field. You soe, wo couldn't help it;
we would be bound by an irresistible im
pulse to commit tho foolish act.
Hut would voting for Andrew Johnson
bo u foolish act? Ho is an alio man.
No one doubts that. Ho Is u patriotic
man. No one doubts that. In Congress
he would bo a long and sharp thorn in the
Rudicul side tho longest and tho sharpest
political thorn in thu house. No one
doubts that. Ho knows tho wants of the
Southern pooplo. No one doubts that.
Ho could do more than any man of tho
Soutli to advanco Southern interests
more any way than Cheatham. No one
doubts that. And so forth. Woll, now,
if Johnson is nn ablo man much abler
than his competitor; and a patriotic man,
given to Intenso devotion to tho constltu
tlon, the infrlngmont of a principlo of
which he regards as a high crlmo againtt
popular government; and u man who in
Congress would bo better lilted
than Cheatham to hold In check
Radical lawlessness; and a man
Caiirondalk, Aug. .11, 1872.
On tho night of the 31st Inst. Chapman
Hall was crowded with an intelligent and
attcntivo audlonco to listen to nn argu
mentative and Intelligent speech, doll vored
by Hon. Josh Allon, of your city, undor
the auspicos of tho Grccloy and Brown
club of Carbondale. Notwithstanding
tho fact that the irrcprcssiblo John II. Bar
ton had escorted two car loads of the sup
porters of corruption and national fraud
to Murpbysboro, to listen to the vapor-
ingt of a pseudo radical, former democrat
and tbird-rato lawyor, named Judgo
Parkos, Josh drew to Chapman Halt
many radicals who aro "on tho fence," and
who, after hearing the interesting and
brilliant periods from tho lips of Southern
Illinois' favorite orator, declared them
selves done with an administration so
grossly corrupt, an administration bearing
upon its face so many flagrant violations
of the constitution and laws of the land.
In Mr. Allen's speech he argued all the
points that have marked the administra
tion as unlawful, shameful and criminal,
and did not appeal to the prejudices of the
people. He gave his reasons for supporting
Horace Greeley; reviewed the cabinet ap
pointees and dwelt upon their antece
dents; thoroughly traced up the geneal
ogy of the Grant family, and showed that
they were carefully provided for from
Maine to the Mexican borders, and from
Key W est, Florida, to the port of San
Francisco and across the broad Atlantic
to the Baltic; dwelt with effect upon the
threatening attitude of our navy, by order
of Grant, upon San Domingo, a weak na
tion at peace with the government of tse
United States; gave to his hearers points
of law In the Jefferson Davit case, showing
that individual to have bees kept two j
years in a military prison withect a i
shadow of justice, when the meanest crim
inal of the land could have ezb.ctd a trial
from the civil tribunal under the jurisdic
tion of which he was restrained frors the
enjoyment of his liberty M)d showed the
moral courage of the broad-browed pialc- .
opher who came forward as a citizen of
tho nation and signed the '-illattriout
prisoner's" bail bond, thereby relierisg
tho government of an elephant of ct-r.L-donic
proportions. Ho then electrified his '
auditors with the assertion that the radictl
party wero afraid to try Jefferson Davis, j
tho head and front of tho people to whom
tho government had accorded belligerent
right9, but that they put upon trial a de
fenseless woman, whom they executed to
allay the passions of fanatics, without a
thadow of law or evidenco to warrant it
an act that would forovor stain the records
of tho nation ns n crime without parallol.
Ho closed with an appeal to the charities
and noble feolings of American citizons,
and pointed to tho Southern pcoplo who
have, sinco tho war, boon crushed with a
heol as despotic as that which has marked
in blood tho history of Ireland under the
iron rule of rolentless England.
What n contrast between John A. Lo.
gan and Josh. Alien! One, lull of argu
ment, qualifying all statements to tho sat
isfaction of listeners, showing tho corrup
tions and onorvating effects of the illegal
and unconstitutional acts of tho adminis
tration; tho other speaking by note that
which report says was written by a de
partment clerk in Washington, sandwich
ing botwoon its broad statements original
enigmas that would not arise to tho dig
nity of Ethiopian conundrums.
In Logan's lato speech hero ho justified
Grant's suspension of tho habea corpus In
the south by roforrlng to Andrew Jackson
in Now Orloans during tho war of 1812.
How insulting to men of intelligence; Jack
son doclared martial law in New Orleans
when the enomy's bayonets woro gleam
ing from the morassos of Louisiana, and
tho ships of England rosting in the mouth
of tho Mississippi; Grant susponded tho
habeas corpus in the South in a time of
profound pea:o (and national prosperity
as Logan says) and dragged from peace
ful homes innocent men on doubtful evi
dence, triod, convicted and sentenced
thorn, and confined them In Northern
prisons, where thoyjnow languish. Jack
son, after peace was declared, was fined
by Judge Hall S1.000 for Interfering with
tho functions of his court. Jackson re
spected tho tontoncc of the court and paid
the lino. The pooplo of Now Orleans
were ubout to use up and sot aside the
judgment of the court, whon Jackson
told them that the same arm that defended
New Orloans from the Britons would bo
raisnd in defense of tho court and the law
that environod it with sacred proctcction.
AVho would dare arraign Grant. Fanati
cism would rulso its hooded lioad in angor
against tho ono that would attempt it.
Among other things ho stated that Cal
houn, Crawford and othor political revo
lutionists llko 3cliurz,Sumnorand Trum
bull slandered Jackson at Sumner and
Bchurz will now slandor Grant nnd oven
defamed Jackson's wife. Jackson's wile
wat quietly sleeping hor last sleep at the
Hermitage in good old Tennessoo beforo
tho old hero entered the White Houso in
his official capacity for the llrst term
The campaign alluded to by Logan was
at least threo years aftor the death of Mrt.
Jackson. In connection with the "one
term" clause in tho Cincinnati platform,
he again referred to Jackson claiming that
bit enemlet brought this to bear againtt
him. It li recorded in the political his
tory of that day that although Jackson
filled a second term he was In favor, of
only one. Logan's speoch was from ono
end to tho othor Intorspertod with mis
statements of thlt character, which woro
either wilful fabrications, or exposed a
mind bnrron of historical and political lore.
A fow days after his speech (tho snmo
as delivered in Cairo, with additions to
suit the pcoplo of Carbondalo) tho St.
Louis 'Democrat' published the barcfactd
falsehood that Un thousand peoplo listened
to It. Less than o;i thousand would mako
up the count, men, women and children,
and ono half of them were either Liberal
Republicans or in sympathy with them.
Between Allen and Logan the contrast
was striking, Allon being truthful, inter
csting and scholarly in his discussion of
tho political situation ; and Logan elthor
grossly Ignorant of his subject or insult
ing to tho understanding of his audience.
Allen spoko loan audlonco that wished to
be informed. Logan spoko to an audi
enco bolstered up with Dan. Munn's cry
of "War I War I" surrounded with the
national colors, and tho air resonant with
sweet sounds from a church organ and n
full church choir and yet It awoko no en
thusiasm, showing that tho great Logan
was on the wrong war trail
Elchenburg't cigar and tobacco stand
is growing In popularity evory day. It Is
located on Eighth strcot between Wash
ington avenue and Ohio lovoc. Tho Em
peror William, In all his majosty, stands at
the door inviting the public to sample tho
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Eichenburg
Is determined to succeed, and if merit in
tho goods can secure him success he will
not be disappointed. Go and see him.
Our Home Advertisers.
BEERWART. ORTH & CO.
120 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
GKATES, MATTEL S
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, Ac, ic.
CRADLES, &c, &c.
Also manufacturers of
Sheet ibon & Coffer Ware
sole Agents for the cclobrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'b Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
SCANTLIN St COOK'S
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a mirn cure lor smnklnir hlmnln
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ngtou Avenuea, la dully reaelTlng
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
latest srnixa AND hummer styles.
llesides a lull line of
IBOIfcTasriEiTS Sx HATS
Trimmed and untrlmmed,
FIIEKGU FLOWERS, RIBDON3, TItlMMINOS
of nil klndi, Lacen, eto., etc.
Mm. McGea hu aUo large uaortment o
Vnacy Articles, such an
NECK TI.13, COLLAR. UNDF.RHLEEVE8,
UUFfS, HASHES, FANd,j
And all other articles usually tound In a
first-class millinery store
Mm. Mcfiee, in addition to her stock of Fancy
nd Millinery flnoda, Iim a Ann and comrileie an
rortment ot Cincinnati Cuitom Mado Ladiea
nd Mtates' tihoea and Children!1 lloot, Illack
and in Color". These are acknowledged to lie
ttio flnent and bett shoes In the market, and tills
I tin only plaou In the city that make them a
HO! FOR OLD "KAINTUCK I"
A GRAND BARBECUE
STM1. WEST WIND
Will leave Cairo at 8 anil 11 n. in. on
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH,
for the above place. Returning, will Ieac
tho LTOiincs at it p.m.
Tickets for tho round trip, onlv M) cents.
Don't full to ko. td.
Si, ooo, ooo
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN All) OK THE
PUBLIC LI BRA K Yfc K EXTt'CK Y
AT I.ltVII.Li:, KY.
lly authority In the act of the l.cuMaturc
incorporatliiir the Public Library of Ken
tucky, the Tnitei' UI1 give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In tho preat hall of tho Public Library,
building In I.ouNvlllo, Ky., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100,000 TlX'KKTM OF ADMISMION
will be lulled ut $10 each : half ticket $.V;
quarter ticket. ?J..')0; 11 whole tickets for
SNA); lWfor$2W: Miror&YiO; ll.lTor 81,0n0;
'isi for 6-..VX' : ri" for j,ooo. Xo dl-count
on le.'s than $100 worth ot tickets at u time.
will be (,'iven to the holders of tlcketi- by dis
tribution bv lot of ONE THOUSAND
GIFTs, a follow. :
LIST OF GIFTS.
MRS . ANNA LANG,
On Eighth Stroot, botwoon Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
In receiTlng dally new Invoices of
Ot errry description, and at Psicis to Heir tiii
THE LATEST STYLES OF
3PRINO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACKS OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all the other articles kept
i.i a First Class Millinery and Trimmings
rftore. To be sold at the very lowest figure.
Call aud see her. Mo trouble to show
oxk guam) hut, cam!
4 gifts of ?2,(MJ each .
1.'. irifts of 1,(1) vault
'JO gifts of l0 each .
21 trfft? of jjOoach..
25 eirt of TOO each
?- slfta of ft) each . .
45 dft of .VOeach
.'Oeitt- of V't each . .
Oliiff-ot nsjeach .
NO fill of '.10 each
612 Lift- of UO each . , .
. 10.10 "
. '.1,01)0 "
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. 4,l0 "
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Total, l.(0 rift", all ca-h. $),( 0
The Hon. Tho-. K. JSramlctte, late (?ovcr.
nor of Kentuckv. ha con-entcd to retire-
ent theTrustoc- In the management of this
Mrcond Grand Gift Concert, and he will tier
anally that the monev from the ale of
tickets Is depo-Ited with the Treasurer, that
we drawing is rainy conducted, and the
rift-ju-tly awarded ami promptlr paid.
" The drawing will take nlace in nubile. In
full view of the audience, and under the Im
mediate fUpnl-Ion and direction of the of
ricerj and Tni-tee of the Public Library of
KintucKy, and the followlnz named eminent
anu ru.iiitere-ted cttlzn, who nae enn
s :nted to be pre-ent and -e that all U fairly
Hon. M. R. Hardin, Judge Court Appealsi
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C. Leb'n
Hon. H. W. Hrucc, Judgo Ninth Judicial
Gen. EH H. Murray, U. S. Marshal, Dis-
Hon. T. U. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chan
Hon. E.D. Standford, President Farmers
and Drovers' Hank.
Hon. John Iiarhce, Manager Royal Insur
ance Co., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Leo, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet
Col. Wilson P. Johnson, Mauagor Gait
Dr. T.S. Hell, Prof. Medical Univorsity,
Hon. S. G. Raster, Mayor Louisville
Hon.T. L. Hurnett, City Attorney.
Honry Wolford. Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. llrannin, President Manufacturers'
Phillip Judge, of tho Louisville Hotel, Co.
James Rridgeford, President 2d National
W. C. D. Whips, Prop'rWillard Hotel.
J.,0. Johnston, Prcsidont Trudors' Rank.
H.Victor Nowcomb, firm of Nowcomb,
Ruchanan & Co.
Honry Doppen, President Gorman Rank.
Androw Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Dr. Norvln Green, L. & 0. Short Lino
Vol. Roio, Adams Express Co.
TIIOS. E. RRAMLETTE,
Ag't. Pub. Library ofKy., Pub. Library
Building, Louisvillo, Ky.
J6? Circulars, giving full particulars,
Ronton application. 7-10diVw2m.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
FROM SEPTEMIIER 28th.
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., C'iu., 0
THE ONLY REMAIII.K 01FT DlSTMIllU-
HON IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
li . 3D. SINE'S
To be drawn Monday, Outober 7th, 1172.
O.nk Gkand Capital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
O.VE PniZK $5,000 IN SlLVKKl
FlvoPrlros $1,000 P f
Fivo Prizes COO g. GREENBACKS
Ten Frlzos 100 5 I
Two Family Carrlace" nnd Matcehd Hordes
wllli Mher-Moimtrd llarnc, worth $1,NM
Two llorff nnd IIiwIps with Mlver-Moiint-
cd Hume"., worth rtfKi each!
Two Klliv-toned ltoewood Piano.., worth
Six Faintly Sewing Machine, - worth
tlio each I
l."iio Gobi and MIut l,cr Hunting
it niene, wunii inline;') 10 ?s"i encn.
I.adle.' Gold I.eontllKi Chains Gent's Gold
Vet Chains Solid un Dollbled-Plated
Mluu Table ami Tcapoons Phntoprajih
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Whole number (Sifts I'M"). Ticket-. Mini,
ted to rl,is):
AGENTS WANTED TO SELD TICKETS,
To whom Liberal Premium-, will be paid.
."limit' 1 ii'Kcit 53; .ix 1 leKct" clo, t wenc
1 ickci 1 wenty-iive l ionet iu.
Circular containing a full lll of nrlim. d
fcrlption of thr manner ot ilrawlbK. and oilier
information in rpfrrtnea lo the dlMrlbmion, will
Ij cnl to any one ordering ihrm. All letters
iniift be acldrrmeil to I.. I). a7tt., Ilox, SC,
orrirt, Cincinnati, O.
101 Went (th it. nor.wAdlr
MISSOURI STATE LOTTKHY.
Lkoai.I7.ed iiv Statu Authokitv and
Drawn ih Puiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Siuglo Number Scheme.
Ci.acs I, ro 11 k Dbawn Sept. 30, 187i!.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to f300,000.
Our Homo Advertisers.
1 l'rlte of.....m.JM,ii
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Of . 1,0.
Of .. 600
Of. . SJ
of . 10
Tickets, $5: Quarter
'lickots, 2 00.
Our lotlerlen are chinered by the EUte, are
alaaja drawn at the time named, and all draw.
Init are under the nupertlxon of pnorncoin.
The official drawing will be puMirtied in the
Jt. Loul-i paper and a ropy aent to purchaser
We will ilfaw a similar scheme the lait day of
tytj month during the year IST2.
Kemllat our rirk br toilnffice moner order,
reginered Utter, draft or eipre. Hend for cir
cular. Addre-i, MUKKAV, MII.LKK A CO.,
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BATCUELOR'S IIAIH DYE.
ThN uperb hair dye lit th bet In the
world perfectly li.inule--, n lUble and in--tanl.-ineou-.
nine W. A. liatchelor Hair Dye produrp
Immediately n uatural black or brown. Doc
nut rtalu the ekinbut leave the hair clean
wilt and benutlful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold by all dmpfflsts Fac
tory, Hi llond btrcet, N. V.
An Aifcnt, male or female. In every town-hip
to ell the ONLY Mandard book of the kind
"YOI.'.MANAN'S l)l(,TK)NAHY OF EV
EltY DAY WANTs,"
eontalnliiK Msit) Itecelpt-In t-vcrj- depart
ment of hiiiuaii cllort. ?i() peryeiir eayed
to etery one who h.i- It. Every body want
It. i-a'imiv iioiiv ltt'Vs IT in -non a fitfirfd.
ViO per week, Mire. EXTHA TKIt.MS.
AKcntn win mi- 11 li tnev no 1101 titiures
Continental Piibll-hliu; Co., M.'l N. Sixth
Street. St. I.011I.. w-Uin.
To TIIK PtlllLIC:
ihe irubteeH ot tho Public Library of
Kentucky boinjr i-atlsllcd from the larL'ii suit)
of tickets already inude, and thu dailv in
i:reuMn ilemand for them, that there will bo
no occindon for postponing the Hccond draw.
iiik 111 inu 11111 uoneert lit nut or the l'lilillu
Library ol Kuntucky, liavo Instructed 1110, as
their aeiit iiudmanairer of thu GlaConi-ert.
to say to thu public and ticket-holders that
inn urawuiK win positively take place 011
Sentcmber 2.3th nro.v.. nnd will nut bo iot.
poned. An uetlvo ilemand fortlckeU comes
irom every State iindTeriitoryot'thu United
States, and tVom tho Cauadas, frlvinu; iissur-
mice in inu iii.-Mcus nun no circiiinstancu
cuiltirovoilt a dritwilli; at aiinoliited time.
A Niihiclont clerical force Is engaged to
keep up with thu ordeiH for tickets and In
order that this olllce may b rellovcd ol'thu
Iminunsnpresiire incident to the business for
tho week or two Immediately preceding tho
drawing, agents especially, ami those desir
ous m procuring ticKcts, tint requested to
bend In their orders Immediately, us sales
will have to bo closed in tlmo to maku the
necessary preparations tor thu drawing. It
Is tho wish of tho management to till uvery
order for a ticket, as well ui to sell all tho
tickets but those, who npply llrst must llrst
liu supplied j ami if thoio who put off buying
until sales uro closed liavo their money re
turned instead of tho tickets ordered, us In
the llrst Gilt Concert InDecemberlast, when
thousands of dollar that cuino too latu wero
tent back, thoy will have none to blumu hut
THOS. E. BKAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky,
Louisville, Ky., August 19, 187a.
Happy relief to young men from the effects
or errors and abuses In early lire. Manhood
rctorcd. Impediment-, to Marriage re
moved. New method or treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook and cricil-
lars sent free, In sealed envelops.
Address. HOWAItl) ASSOCIATION. No.
'i South Ninth St., Philadelphia, l'n. uu In
stitution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and professional skllL
lAI)I. i. NSJIIUil, AK'S.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS OUKANTUK
HAVK proTed, from tho most ampin riper
lencn, nn entire lucciiam Himple Promtil
Kthciept and Bellaliie. Thoy aro thu only medi
cines perfectly Adapted to popular me no im
plo that mlslalicicunnot be made in uslnic them;
so harmless an to Lo fren from danger, and so
etticlentas to he always reliable. They hare rais
ed the hlifhest commendatiors from all, and will
alwayn render satlsfnction.
Nos. . Cents.
1, Cures I'nver, congestion, Innammatiom.as
2, " M'nrniH, worm fnyer, worm colic lii
3, 11 S'rylnicollo or teething ol mfant...2S
4, " ISIrrlioea, of children and adu!t...23
t, " Ilyaeiitery, griping, ti'llotm collo...M
e, " tlnulerH-iniirhus, voinltln... '2S
7, " Cliulern. colds, lironchltus M
5, " NcuralKln, toutluche, facuiiche...M
6, " SSvndHrliea, nick headache, ertlgo2S
10. " Ikvanenaln' billoua totnach 'a
11, " NupprHMOl,orfininrul periods ...
12, ' Wfilles.loo profiise periods 'tb
13, 4'ruiip. cough, difficult breatltinK...2S
It, 11 Nalt lilietim, Erysipelas, Eruptlon29
It., 11 Kdeiimntlam, rheumaifc paiiu 'Ot
10, " Vevernnil Alfiie, chill lefor,ague60
it " a-iirw, unnu or meaning to
IB, 11 Oplitlilrmy, and soro or weak eyeCfi
ID, " S'Hlnrrli, acuio or ehrouic, lntluonniM
20, Wlioopluif -Couicli, violent coughsW
Ut, " AMlhniu, oppressed brentntng 60
a, 11 Knr Ilachurie, Impaired hearingW
2.1, " Ncrofilla.enlargeil glands, swellings
21, " Uenernl ISrblllly, phyaical weak.Mi
25, " ISropny and scanty accretion 60
1 ' H-nlSlckiioH,Bickness from ridlneW
'.7, " Itldnry.lSUctMie, (Imrel ,....60
VS, NvrvoiiM eblllly, aominal eihls.
slons.lnvolunlarv dlscf.argen -1 00
1 ve.iioxv,witn ono 5i tiki of nowiier
rory necessary in serloui cnann...s f.d
Nora Moulb, canker 60
Urlunry Wenkncsiit, wetting ied.M
l'alnrul PerluUM, with spasms ..60
NullerlliKN.sl change of life.. ...1 00
KlilleiMiy ,SiHKins, rit.Vitus'dance,! 00
uiiuieriii. uioeruieu sore inroai ou
Of 35 to 60 Int-KO vll, morocco
urroHflwood cstne, conlnlnlnirn
apeelUc lor every ordlunry cflaw
fimenraiulljr ISHiibJect to, and
IiooUn ordlrootlosm from 10 lo 126
smaller family and Traveling citves,
2Uito 8 vials trotn MU to
flpeclfiulor all Private lMenea.
Isdli lor t'u ring and ror froveu
tlvo treatment, 111 vinls aim pocket
cases a to S 00
'70 ODDiXTn.cimimi.tT) "v
KENTUCKY JEANS, TXTKA,
OROS 9 RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
01 LT HANDS,
HU Entire Mtock
VERY LOW FIGURES.:
CORNER 8TII BT. AND COUMERCIAL-AT.,
Cures lliirns, llruises. Lameness, Soreness,
iiiu.il, ayiaium, i f-uuuu.-iie, i-.aracnc, rvcuralgia
.-iiicumaiisin, i.umuiiKO, files, Uolls, ntinKs,
ireo.ii ii j.uog, jxose, momacn, or
r.1 I'.Iau fTnrnu II .... l.l.l
v . .v., , M , un.Pl,uiUOUl'B,
J'rtce. Oos., 0 els. j Pints, 41 SO; Quarts, Jl 7S.
-these remedies, excoit 1'ond'a Kilracl, by
(he case or siugla oox, aro scut to any part of the
country, by mail or express, free of charge, on
receipt of tho price.
UOMEUl'ATHIO MEDICINE 00.
Oltice and Depot. No. 662 llroadwajr, New.Tork.
FOR HALE BY P. 0. BOBUU, CAIRO, Ills,
UOD I WOOD I I WUU1MI
The undersigned will furnish
11AKD AKIJ IJRY Willi
Am Cheap, It aot Chratirr
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
'I-.....1. .....I in . ... ... 1 ... . iiii....i
aitvKMf DENNIS HAI.EV.
HARRY WALKER & COn Prop'rt.
T T T T T A T T III A 1) T tl O
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
.Suitable for nil kinds nr
Tho saloon Is stocked with Uib Bert
.111. i:uillj.uiiiiiii;il II, lliu IIIUVI (IJJJ1U.V1I nilt.
SSTC'omo and sec for yourself. They keep
on jianti a line mock oi
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOI.
aro sprend niornliiK and evcniiif; at nltio
o'clock, at which all are Invited to partlcf.
jiule free ol charge.
1IOOT ANIS KUOK MTOKE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., near Atlionemn.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LATlfRW OATTRHS ATJn HTmva
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkm and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,'
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES
Call and Szauivi.