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CAIRO DAILT' BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1872.
We are authorized (o announce A.
:UNK!NOIIAM a a candidate for llt
MEN It Y TT JIKYKK,"
IIK( ORATIVK. fWS and ORNAMENTAL
DRAINING AND MARBMXfl
of ever)' Description.
"DECORATING AND GILDING
j i1lrt nmt irnampiitll1.
J rirtlcuiJr .&n Vl.l l OUwOIMInir
Orders oollcllrd for Scenery, rrccoc and
:fancy glass show cards
jt. plnln and ornamental. All work In
knitted I" i"' "! wl" ,K' promptly nt
fended ti. sfiop In Perry Iloue, corner ol
Commercial atciiue and Eighth street.
We UI cite energetic
men and women
BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
Jrom W topper day, can lie pursued at your
wn home, and Is strictly honorable, Send
3or samples that will enable you to r to
work at once, Address
.1. LATHAM CO..
uGl. r- Washington St., HoMon, Ma".
E V E N I N G
EVERY STOYE IS GUARANTEED
fOOlVE A MOKE UNIFORM AND PLEASANT
HEAT, TO LSE LESS WOOD, ARK MOKE
t'AHEIX'LLY FITTED, ARK MORE
KAS1LY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE VNDEK MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE ABTKONOER
Pnklleatlen oaee, Balletta nalldlag
The weather It bocomlng warmor.
Hunoi.ARs aro In the city sly ono.
,Ioe Arnold Is after somobody lu Geor-g-
The city In dull, all tho lawyer boing
out of It.
The Eleventh street school house is un
Tiif. City Council will knock down tho
calary of tho City Treasurer to $900.
It if now the duly of tho leaves of the
trees to fall. This is Full tho Autumn of
Mr II. S. Uarrell leaves Cairo, for his
futuro that's what he calls it home in
Ohio, on Monday noit.
Rev. Mr. Thayor's sermon on "Tho
Woes of Drunkenness," has bad an exten
sive tale. It Is a woll written disserta
James Coleman, who has been living at
KansAS City sometime has returned to
Cairo. Homo again, from a foreign
St. Louis Weiss beer at Jscckol's, a
suro preventive of headache, tick stom
ach, and all tho ailments incident to the
cilmato. Try it. 9-3-dlw.
Cairo men who havo confldenco in
their luck aro investing liberally in
the Louisville library lottery ichemc.
They aro going to becomo rich in n mo
Kean's new building, in course of oroe-
tion, corner Twelfth street and "Washing
ton avenue, is growing rapidly under the
hand of Christman, who Is bossing tho
brick part of tho work.
Man was made out of the dust of the
earth. If there is any dust needed at this
tlrao for tho manufacture of men, the ma
terial for at least a million can be found
in the strcots of Cairo.
he better ati-l action, and sold for a
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON l'AKLOK STOVE
In the market. Sold by
'.EXCELSIOR MANUF'O COMPANY
nt. Minn .no.,
.AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
Manufacturer: of and Dealers in
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Having the sole right lu this city to u-c the
FULTON DRY KILN,
the best Patent Kiln extant, we are cspc
dally prepared to fumi-li at all timet, on
the shortest notice,
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER.
Attention Is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to anv part ol tho city.
uruen received ai me omce 01
SAFFORD, MORRIS & UANDEE,
Mr. M. L. Dunning has resigned the
position of Street Supervisor to accept
a position as mail agent on the Illinois
Central. Dunning has been a good offi
ceralmost as good as John Sheehan was.
Mr. K. A. Cunningham is a candidate
for City Treasurer, to fill tho unexpired
torni of J. U. Taylor, deceased. Mr. Cun
ningham is a steady young man, careful
in bis business transactions, and would
mako a very good Treasurer.
If the sidewalk on the northerly sido of
Fourth street, between Washington ave
nue and Ohio levee, is not soon repaired
the services of Carey or Feith will be re
quired to bury the man who is destined to
break his neck by falling through the
Pope enjoys the use of Webb's crowds
to harangue for Grant and himself. If
Webb were to daro to raise his voico for
Greeley and himself in a Radical crowd
would it be Munn or Pope who would
employ a nigger to hurl a brickbat at his
A woman, in full health, dropped from
her chair dead on Sunday in this city, an
event which seemed to give tho husband a
great deal of satisfaction. Ho immedi
ately got drunk as a lord, and, on Monday
brought up tho rear of the funeral pro
cession as it walked in a sort of jocular
manner down Washington avenue, he
staggering from sido to sido, a depraved
looking speclmon of humanity, who ought,
in the interost of deconcy, to die, and get
Into his dithonorablo gravo hastily, as if
ashamed of himself.
Mr. Popo is circulating a petition to
tho county court requesting tho establish
ment oi two additional poling places In
Cairo, stating that two is not sufficient.
Is it possible that Mr. Popo is making ar
rangements to import negro voters to
Cairo in such numbers that tho voting fa
cilities wo now havo will bo insufficlnt.
Whon did it becomo manifest that two
poling places woro not sufficient to
rccoive eleven hundrod voters? Stuff and
nonsense. Popo has nn evil design in
this movement, nnd wo hopo tho County
Court will not becomo his tool In making
that dosign a fact.
The gcntlo Black Bird, who is musical
if ho can't sing a roafly clover colored
man of tome sense declares that ho is for
tho regular nominees of tho Radical party
from coroner up, Horaco Greeley, Charles
Sum nor, and John II. Oborly to tho con
trary notwithstanding. Wo don't care,
if Horaco Greeloy and Charles don't. Wo
know Mr. Mr. Bird to have a good deal of
senso, although bo Is a littlo vonomous,
but we havo confidence in tho effects of
time. Wo havo no doubt Bird will be all
right on the political issues beforo tho
lapso of many years. He is too sensible,
and wo believe too honest a negro to per
sist in walking along a crooked path, in
which he is compelled to trample in tho
filth of political corruption and mischiev
The Sbawncetown 'Mercury,' asserting
that the Grant negroes of that place
would not mod Rev. Mr. Shores, sooths
their feelings my tho remark, that, at ono
time, Mr. Shores unwarrantably charged
tho Shawneetown colored Methodists with
high crimes, calling them horse-thieves
and robbers. The object tho 'Mercury'
had in view by tho use of such language
was to favorably disposo tho negro Meth
odists toward Mr. Shores so that they
would not mob him. It was intended to
sooth, not to excite, and is just the kind ol
language that would calm a nigger Meth
odist's feelings and make lam pray tor
Shores instead of fling a brick-bat at him.
But, the fact is, Mr. Shores did not uso the
languago charged, and believes that Lusk
is the author of tho slander, that ho man
ufactured it to create ill feoling against
the Elder, who, at that limo, was warned
by anonymous letters to abandon bis pro
tracted meeting at Shawneetown, or else
suffer the infliction of tar and feathers;
and more, tho Elder believes that Lusk en
deavored to foment the Grant colored
men to mob him in tho event of tho late
proposed discussion. Why, this is meaner
business in Lusk than that gentleman's at
tack on Hay. He must rise and explain,
or wo will bolievo with Mr. Shores that ho
has been guilty of ways that aro dark and
tricks that aro vain.
We have no doubt that was an interest
ing item in Tuesday morning's Bulle
tin, which informed our readers that tho
Ptuto tax levee was forty-five cents on the
dollar! That printer again, blast his
blind eyes and blundering fingers I Of
course wo wrote, forty-flvo conts on the
sir at that of the company,
htreet and Ohio levee
comer of lllth
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
o. Uk our advice and Durchase tour tl
over tie old reliable tad popular Misaocai I'i
oiric RAILK04D, which la positively the only lin
-tunninff inreeaauv express trains irumni. uaui
TO Kansas City and the west I and is positively
the only ine which runs Pullmin pala-e sleepers
nod Doe day courier, especially for mover,
equipped with Miller's safely platform, and the
1wnl steam brake, From fet. Louis to Kansas
Jity, YU ocott, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son, 8t. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Blurts
uai Omaha without change I For Information In
rerajd to time table., rates, Ac., to any point In
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado. Texat.and
California, call upon or address H. II. Thompson,
mcentiMlssouri Pacific B. H, Columbus. Ohio ; or,
i. A. Ford, General Passenger Agent, Bt. Louis,
.No tronhle to answer oquens ali 1-6
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ngton Avenues, is dally receltlnr
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SPRING AND fiUMMER feTYLKS.
ttesiae a lull lineot
BONKETB & HATS
(Trimmed and untrltnmed,
.FRENCH FLOWKK8, KIBUO.N8, T1UMMI.NGS
of all kinds. Laces, etc., etc.
Sirs. McOee has alto a large assortment o
Fancy Articles, such as
NF.CK T!.. COLLARS. UNflERHLEKVES,
Burns, BA3HK3, rana,)
And all other articles usually found In a
KIR8T.OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOce, in addition to her stock of Fancy
I od MlUlnery Ooods, has a fine and complete as.
lurlsneoV ol Cincinnati Custom Made Lallea
sod Misses' Hhoes and Childrens' tloott, lilack
nd la Colors. These are acknowledged to I
( finest and bast shoes in the market, ar.d this
tit only place In the city tbat makes them a
And now comes Bird declaring, with
all tho indignation of a colored patriot,
that ho is not for Greeley and that he never
told Williams, of Du Quoin, ho was.
Come, Williams, and let us know if you
rcallv aro what Greoloy calls Wendell
Phillips a liar and a, Lor so thiof.
The Memphis 'Appeal,' of tho 2d Inst.,
says: "Hie unllro road bod from Jackson,
Tennessee, to Cairo has been put under
contract, and will bo pushed forward to
an early completion. Within tho net
nino months tho Mississippi Central road
will bo open for traffic and travel from
Now Orleans to Cairo,"
The negro, Bird, indignantly denies
that ho i for Greeley. Ho communi
cute this important information to th
public througli tlio'Sun.' And now lot the
other negro, Rov. Mr. Kolloy, speak out
Ho knows the Williams Bird is charged
with having talked Greeloylsm to. Come
out, gcntlo Kolley.
Ex'-Aldcrtnan Jamos Carroll, and other
Liberals of tho Fourth Ward, havo organ
ized a Greoloy club of forty-nino members
and propose to run their end of tho cam
paign in Cairo in their own way, subject
only to tho Cincinnati platform, Greeley's
letter of accoptanco and tho Philosopher's
The Arab firo company's ball was at
tended by an immenso crowd, and was, wo
aro glad to learn, both a social aud pecu
niary succoss. Tho music furnished by
Isenburg's band was, Mr. Lohr informs
us, splendid, bettor than any wo havo over
beforo had in Cairo, and equal to that of
tho boat bands of St. Louis.
We have a negro In this city who has
been purchased to assert that he was at
ono timo tho slave of Horaco Greeley in
Alabama, and that tho old man was in
the habit of whipping bis negroes until
the blood would trickle down their backs.
He relatot ono incident which proves Mr.
Greeley to havo beon tho most cruol of
masters. Ho savs it was tho rule of
Mass a Greeloy's plantation to allow tho
niggers certain rations, so pitifully small
in quantity, tbat his slaves wero distin-
guished in tho neighborhood by their at
tenuated persons and ravenous looks. On
one occasion, a negro, on the point of star
vation, asked for more, and was thereupon
lashed until ho died I Then what did Greo
loy do 7 Did ho bury his slavo? Not He
skinned him, and mado slices for the chil
dren of that slavo out of thoir father's
hide! And more, ho took tho body of tho
negro and manufactured it into manure
for a lot in which ho was trying an exper
imunt in tho culture of a peculiar kind of
Bquash I Popo has obtained from this ne
gro an affidavit of tho truth of this charge,
for which ho paid 6 cash, ond "$5 more
'if wo eloct our ticket," and, in the next
joint discussion ho has with Webb, will
read it as conclusive ovldenco that the
Democratic party ought not to bo trusted
and tho bloody chasm should not be
Bids will bo roceivod at tbo city clerk's
office until 12 m., Friday, Soptember Cth
for tho removal of garbage twico each
weok in tho city, during the month of
September. All bids to bo at so much for
the mouth in city scrip. Tho city rc
servos tho right to reject any and all bids.
2t. E. A. Burnett, City Comptroller.
A rccular Communication of the
Dolta L,odgo, Ho. 6Co t, A. M.,
Ill bo hold In tho Masonic Hall,
this (Thursday) evening, Soptomber 6th,
A. D. 1872, A. L. 872. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited to attond.
Stcamor Arkansas Belle, Kvansvlllo.
" Jonnie Howell, Memphis.
" Beo and Barges New Orleans,
" De 8mot, St. Louis.
" Wm. Cowen, St. Louis.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois; Columbus.
Steamr Arkansas Bollo, Evansvlllo.
" Jennie Howell, St. Louis.
" Beo snd Barges, Miss, river.
" Do Smet, Shrovoport.
" William Cowen.
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus.
1110 MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with eithor lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, nnd on usual
terms, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorable
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Bokee, Gcn'l. Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-15-ly.
BOATS LEAVINO TO-DAT.
Tho fino and largo steamer Common
wealth will leavo for Now Orleans and all
way landings this day at 4 p.m.
The race horso Grand Tower is tho an
chor lino packot, for Memphis and all
way points leaving thh ovonlng at C
Tho elegant packot Colorado leaves this
doy at 6 p.m., for St. Louis and way places.
Tho fast Idlowild is the regular Evans
vlllo packet, leaving for the abovo place
and points on tbo Ohio river this ovening
at G o'clock.
Tho favorite Jim Fisk Jr., leaves at 4
o'clock this evening for Paducah and all
CONDITION OF THE RIVERS.
During tho past 24 hours tho decline
in tho Ohio was 8 inches. Tho fall in tbo
Ohio is now steady and tho channel is be
coming very bad.
Cumberland river continues very low
and is unnavigablo.
The Tennessee is very low and falling.
Tbo fall in tho Mississippi is steady
with six scet scant in the channel.
There is no prospocts for any moro wa
tor in tbo rivers until a ccneral rain all
overdue country occurs.
JiUMIJISS AND WEATHER.
Business was a little inclined to bo quiet
on tho leveo yesterday. Freights are
pretty near cleared out but plenty moro
will bo received to-day. The sky was al
most cloudless, and in the sun it was a lit
tlo too warm for comfort. Very pleasant
in tho shade.
The Susie Silver had proceeded but a
short distance alter leaving this port
when both her chimneys came down with
a crashing noiso, frightening all on board
It is supposed that they had becomo so
thin that their weight caused them to
" grccian bender " and fall. She returned
and had them patched so that she can go
along. The Jennie Howell goes to St.
Louis, and will leavo thero for Red River.
She had a light up stream trip. Captain
La Barges new steamer De Smet put in her
first appearance yestereay, having on
board her initial trip for Red river. Sbo
draws only 22 inches light and is n very
nicely finished boat, also a good carrier
and runs well. She will probably remain
below sometime. Capt. Werrick is hav
ing barge No. 10 loaded to leave in tho tow
ot tho Bee. The Arkansas Bello brought
in a good load of hay, furniture, &c, and
returned with a fair list of people
Tho Beo went up to meet tho J. N.
Kellogg and will exchange tows with hor.
Mr. James Mttllory is now passenger
agent for tho steamer James Fisk, Jr. Ho
also represents tho Elizabetbtown and
Paducah R. It., at this point. Mr. Mai
lory is an old and well known steamboat
agent and therefore is well qualified for
tho position. He is a hard and faithful
worker and tbo E, & P. R. R., have done
wisely in securing him as their agent at
PHIL. HOW ARD.
City National Bank Building.
Mjpecial attention paid to ordera Irom steam
boats nlKht or day
If you want FinoTeasor Coffees, Spices
or canned Fruits, choice frosh Butter, or
tho very host Flour, go toT. W. Carrico's
grocery storo on Washington uvenuo be
tween Eighth nnd Ninth streets.
Go to tho Thalia for the best Weiss
beer In town S-21dtf
fa REWARD I
Lost A light Sorrol Maro, about 14
hands high, with four whlto feet, wbito
blaze in forehead, right bind leg soro
nbovo tho hoof, and marks of fistula; on
both sides of tho shoulders, When last
soon had on a halter.
Twenty-llvo dollars will bo given for
hor return to M. W. Parker's Llvory Sta-
blo, Cairo, Illinois, or for any information
leading to her recovery. 9-6-lw.
THE SIMMONS & CLOUGH ORGAN
NEW AND LARGE FCT0RY ERECTED ITS
SIZE, CAPACITY, LOCATIONS, ETC.
From the Detroit 'Time.'
Mossrs. Simmons, Clough & Co., manu
facturers of reed organs, etc., having mot
with n romarkablo success in business, on
account of tho oxcellonco of their wares,
found their quarters tho block occupied
by tbem on Miama avonue, near tbo
curnor or Ural ot oniiroiv 100 small.
Consequently thoy havo entorcd Into ar
rangements to increaso tho capacity of
thoir works, and in doing so expect to bo
fully able to supply all tho demands that
may bo mado upon thorn. Their buslneis
lias grown to immense proportions,and.not
wlthstanding their cntcprislng disposition
and qualities, they havo been unable, dur
ing tho past year especially, to keep pneo
with their orders. This stato of atfnira is
gratifying alike to tho city and to tho
On tho 1st ot January a new partner
ship was formed, which is to last threu
year, and it will bo known as tho Sim
mons & Clongh Organ Company. F. J.
Simmons, James E. Clough and Joseph A.
Warren aro to bo tho goneral partners and
Jcsso H. Furwell is admitted as a special
partner, tho luttor contributing $30,000 to
tho capital stock of tho concern. Ar
rangements havo also been perfected
whereby tho capital stock can bo increased
at any time, and tho members of tho firm
nro fully uble to carry tbem out.
Nor Is this all. Tho company have pur
chased a largo lot on tho north-east corner
of Congress and Sixth streets, upon which
thov havo erected a manufactory of largo
capacitv, and ono that In completeness of
dotall. durability and in exterior linisii is
a decided ornament to that part of tho
city. Wo are unablo to glvo a minuto
description of tho structure. It has n
frontage of 120 feet on Bixth street by CO
feet on Congress street, and besides a high
basemont is four stories in height. The
lot has a frontago on Sixth street of 120
feet, and on Congress street of 138 feet.
Thus it will bo seen that thero will bo abund
anco of room. Separate from the main
building thero is an engine-room, dry
kilns, etc., and in tho course of time an
addition will bo made to tho former so us
to civo it an ''L" shape.
The factory is supplied with a 40 horso
power engine, and new machinery
throughout, and is ono of tbo largest
buildings used for manufacturing pur
poses in this city. Tbo cost of tho build
lag is estimated at about $100,000. Tho
new building will accommodate all their
employes, anu besides being commodious
will bo heated by steam. It was com
pleted and roady for occupancy on the 1st
of May, 1872.
Tho company manufacture 40 different
styles of instruments, which sell for from
$j"0 to SoOO each, and tho crcat demand
for them is tho best proof of their quality.
Their "cabinet styles" havo becomo trcat
favorites wherovor they havo been Intro
duced, especially since tho introduction
into them of tho stops, tbo Vox CtUsfc and
the Louis patent I ox Humana. To their
crand combination organs they aro ap
plying a wonderful invention which is
known as Scribnor's patent "qualifying
tubes," which impart to tho organ a smooth,
flute-likn nualitv of tono and Incrensn th
power and brilliancy of tho music. Tho
new company is composed of oncrgctlc
business men, and they undoubtedly have
a goou miure Dvioro mem, 9-3tr.
FOR LADIES, MEN aNI) CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Bt. Com. t Wash.,
Has Just opened a new and stylish e.tab
HakMMt, fufly up to the timet, and invites
M tmtUmtnwuk new, ladles, children and
U, IbrorJUn With their patronage.
I work done in the Latest style.
The antl-Grocley Democrats oliowhore
are called tho unpurchasablcs, but in
Cairo they aro the boys who sell their in
fluencethe men who have lived In offices
given to them by tho DomocraU, and who
now propose to holp tho Radicals because
tho Liberals could not, in i,ome mysterious
way, provide them with offices longer.
Well, all right. Lot us see what tho
rascals will get from lliu Radicals.
Mit. A. L. Hopkins, formerly of the
Kansas City, St. Joseph and Council Bluff
railroad, has been appointed Vice-President
of the Illinois Centra), Tho Chicago
' Railway Review ' speaks of Mr. Hop
kins In terms of high praise. "His appoint
ment, " says tho ' Review, ' is not merely
a deserved compliment to a man every
way worthy both personally and profajs
ionally, but regarded In connection with
his recent record it an encouraging in
dication of the progress which railway
management in tho West is making in an
W. B. Rockwell Sc Co. have tho
agency for the salo of tickots to the Freo
Gift Concert in aid of tho Public Library
Five hundred thousand dollars in cur
rency to bo distributed in gifts of from
5100 to $100,000. Soo circulars.
Eichonburg's cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity overy day. It is
located on Eighth stroet between Wash
ington avenue and Ohio lovoo. Tbo Em
peror William, In all his majesty, stands at
the door inviting tbo public to samplo the
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Eichonburg
is determined to succeed, and if merit in
tho goods can securu him success ho will
not bo disappointed. Go and seo him.
Caution. Every genuino box of Dr
McLoan's Liver Pills soars tho signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
thoir private U. S. stamp. "Take no
other." Tho market is full of Imitations.
It is the popular vordict tbat people who
havo beon accustomed to the uso of Bitters
and Cordials are obliged, eventually, to re
sort to McLean's Liver Pills forpermanen
Four fino airy rooms on tbo second floor
Inquiro at tbo corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenue. tf.
WATER-proof St. Louis Lagor boer at
tho Thalia Saloon. Persons who drink
it dofy storms and dampness, and novcr
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
Wo respectlully inform tho citizens
of Cairo and vicinity that we shall open
on or about tho 1st of Septembor, 1872, in
NefTs new brick building on Eighth
street, with an cntiro now and elegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, etc.
8-10 tf. Blum & Amhon.
Pure Wines and Liquors not a head
ache or a ficbt in a thousand gallons of
It at tho Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avonue.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
Has opened a llarnens Shop on Washington
Avenue, between Tenth and Eleventh
Streets ror the purpose ol .MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halters, Bridles, &c,
Which br keeps on salo or will make to
order. His motto is : "Good Stock, Rood
work, andjuhtice to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with neatness
find be don't propose to "Stand on a home
BEERWART. 0RTH & CO.
130 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
W IEB CLOTH
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
&c, &c, &c.
CRADLES, Arc, &c.
Also manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron. & Copper Ware
sole Agents for the celebrated
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric'b Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray's Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
bcantlin a cook's
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sure cure for amoklng ehlmnla
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
3T All Good warranted fresh, and sold
at the lowest prices.
Corner 8th and SL Commercl alAve
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Oiu., O
THE ONLY RELIA1ILK GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed In
Xj. 3D. ailTB'8
To bo drawn Monday, Octnbr "til, 1B72.
One Grand Cavital or
810,000 IN GOLD.
One Prize $5,000 in Silver I
FivoPrlzes $1,000 f
Fivo Prizes 600 g. GREENBACKS
Ton Prizes 100 (
T wo Family ( arrlat'c and .Miitcehd Horsei
wllh Silver-Mounted Harm;!-, worth ?l,f00
Two IIorM'x and Buggies with Silver-Mount
cii name", worth Wi eaeli
Two Fine-toned lto-cwooil l'iniio.i, worth
Six Kiimllv Sewim; Mai'lilnc, worth
Iin) each I
I.Vhi (iohl ami Slier I.i-mt Hunting
atclie. worm mni?.i to eacn.
I.inllci' (inld Leuntliiu Chalu, (letit'h Gold
Vet Chain, Solid am Doiibled-l'latcd
Mlvej Table and Toapoon, Photograph
Album. Jewerlv. Ac Ac Ac.
Whole number Gifts 10.000. Ticket Limi
AGENTS WANTED TO SELI) TICKETS
Tom bom Liberal Premiums will he nalil
SliiL'le Ticket'. Six Tlcketi $10; Twelve
Ticket TWcilty-IIVe llckelt )t0.
Clnuiar cootaininit n full list of prlien. ade
scriptlooof the manner ol drawing, and other
Information In referrnce lo the distribution, villi
tjn sent to anjr one onierin: tnrm. All letters
most te addn ssed to L. II. M.NK, Iloj, SO,
nrrirt, Cincinnati, O.
101 West 4lh ft. noT-wdlv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by State Authority and
Drawn in PunLic in St. Loud,
Grnnd Single Number Scheme.
Class I, ro he Drawn Sept. 30, 1872.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000
ouo I'rltesor f ICO
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, 52 60.
Our lotteries are chartered ir the Bute, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
inns are under the superilsion of sworn com
The official drawing will be published lo the
ft. Loui pter and a copy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar scheme the last day of
eyery momn uunng me yt-ar mi.
Remttat our rik by postofflce money order.
register,! leirer, urau or express, -.du lor cir
cular. Addre.s, MURRAY, MII.I.KK A CO.,
l O. box 2US. Mt. Louis, Mo.
MI'KCIAI. .KOTU f.H.
Our Home Advertisers.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
C. H AN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTEA,
G AOS' RAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
01 LT HANDS,
Ula Entire Ntoek
VERY LOW FIGURES.'.
CORNER 8TIt BT. AND COMMERCTAL-AT.,
RATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE.
TliU Miperli hair dru I- the belt In the
world perfectly harmlc", reliable and In
Mantancou". XoilUumiolntiiient. The gen
uine W. A. Batchelor Hair Dye produces
immediately u natural black or brown. Does
not tain life klnbut leaves the hair clcani
Kilt and beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold bv all druggists. Fac
tory, 10 Bond ctrcet, N. Y.
Happy relief to youuiiu-u from the effects
of error and abu-esin early life. Manhood
restored. Impediment- to Marriage re
mocl. New method of treatment. New
anil rcmarkahlu remedies Book aud crlcil
lars etit free, In pealed einrlop..
Addro. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution haing a hili reputation for honor
able conduct and prufes-loual .-kill
An Agent, male or female. In otery town-hip
Jo sell the only standard book of the kind
"YOUMANA.VS DICTIONARY OF EV
EKY DAY WANTS,"
containing 20,000 Receipts in ocry depart
.ncnt of human eilort. r?l(i per year wived
lo every onu who has it. Everv body wants
it. KVEitv nonr IiUYrt it as soon as offered.
t40 per week, sure. KXTRA TERMS.
Agents will miss It If thev do not address
Continental Publl-hliig Co., 613 N. Sixth
.Street. St. Louis. w-3rii.
PAtll. . NOIIUH, Ag'U
HAVE tiroTed. from the most amnio u,i.r
11 lence, an entire success I Simple Prompt
Krhcient and Reliable. They are the only medl.
ernes penecuy ftuapiec to popular Use so aim.
tile that mistakes cannot be mad,, In nalmr ilin,
so harmless as to be free from danger, and so
"iciuii iu 1,0 niwnys reuauie i ney naye rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
ftlways render satisfaction.
turei Fever, congestion, lnflamtnations.24
n urai, worm lever, worm colic 24
1'rylnif.collo or teething ol infants... 2S
ISIrrhoea, of children and adults...2J
ISyaentery, giiplng. h-llou collo...2i
Cnolern. colds, bronchltu ......2
Ncur..la-ln, touiluche, faceache...2i
lleiularhea, sick headache, yertlgoZS
ItjrNpeiialn' bilious slotnache ,..M
NuppreHfd(or painful periods..... 25
White, too profuse periods....,...,,,
Croup, cough, difficult breathing...!)
Stall Hlieiim, Erysipelas, Eruptloni.21
Hritnmatlsin, rheumatic painj..24
XW "f?,.AK,rf chHI leyer, aguet60
Pile, blind or bleeding 0
Wphlhlrmy, and sore nr weak eye.'ci
nlnrrh, aeuie or chronic, InBuontaW'
AnIIiius), oppressed breathing . 40
Kar IMcbnriiei,lmnalred heanngSO
Ncrornla.enlarged glands, swelling?
Ueaeral Debility, physical weak.Mi
ropy and scantySecretion M
Nea NIcbnmiM.Plclcness from ridlnv&u
lil4ney-DIeae, Gravel to
Mervou Debility, seminal en.ls.
Mons. Involuntary discharges .1 00
I'I ve;Boes,with one 12 vial of powder
rijr unce.PBrjf in serious cues. ..5 to
Hor Month, canker w
Urinary Weaknc, wetting led..M
Painful Period, with spasms 4il
HnllerliiK,i change of life l 00
f.plleiy,8ism, Hl.Vltus'dance.l 00
Mpttoerla, ulcerated tore throat 60
Or 33 to 80 large vial, morocco
or rosewood cswe, eontalnlaira
apeelHc for every ordinary fl
ene a family la wubjeet to, and
boob of direction from f 10 to 124
smaller family and Traveling cn. es,
20.to 88 vials Jrom $ to
Hpecifla lor all Private Ulaeasiea,
both for Curing and ror Prevea.
live treatment, in vials arm pookot
cases H9 to ft 00
Cures Burns. Hruiaes. Lameness, Soreness. Bore
I nront, Sptalns, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia
.iheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, Holls, r.tinns.boro
Kyes. Meeting of the Lungs, Nose, Stomach, or
of Hies, Corns, Ulcers, uid Sores, """" r
rlce.0oi40eli.j Pints, l 60 Quarts, 11 76.
ar ihese remedies, except Pond'a Kitract. by
hecaseor alngle oox, are tent toany part of the
country, by mail or express, free it charge, on
receipt of the price, "
nes a ,'WMgOl'A'fUIO MEDICINE CO,
ne5r!S'lP.S''. It.1!? H'oadway. New.Tork.
.FOR SALE BV P. Oi SOHUa, OilRO, lUs,
aug!6aewawlv ' '
HARRT WALKER A CO., Prop'ri.
This bouse Is newly fitted up with two
And two ane
JENNY L1XD TABLES
Mlitable for all kinds ol
The saloon l stocked with the Best
are compounded In the most approved style
J3T()ine and see for yourself. They keep
on hand a fine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND 110 L
arc spread lnornliiL' and evening at nlii
o'clock, at which all are Invited to partlc
pate Ifceol charge. 8-ltil 1 1.
HOOT AN l Ml OK NTOHC.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Atheneum.
Keep on hand a good astortmtnt of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Missos' and Children's Gaitehs and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
WUUU! WOOD I I WUUDI!
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, II ssot Cheaper
had any wood denier in Cairo. Leave forder
on tho slates at the Postonlco and at Rota
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. Illinois. I
give good measure and will cord the wood
up It desired, .,,,
UffiVMi UavnnAB n a i.e. a.