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CHENEY k WILCOX.
4 MdUl Mid Steamboat
toroceries. Vcjrr-Ubles. flame, Poultry,
nb,icijp, Northern Iliittcr, Ac,
CWBMKR ItOHTH 8TRIKT AND WASIliriTOX
ayOoods delivered free of cliatvcjCEI
600,000 CASH DITTMBUTION?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY.
TOUR TICKETS NOW Oil NEVER.
The vast sales ot tickets already made, ami
the Increasing demand for them from nil
auarten, hating determined the Trustee
lat the GRAND GIFT CON'CEKT for the
benefit of the PL'HUC LIBRARY OF KEN
TUCKY, advertised for SATURDAY, SEP
TEMBER 28. 1873. hall positively come off
on that day without postponement, the man
agement now notifies all who expect to par
ticipate In the drawing that they should buy
their ticket at once. Delay for a few days
caused many who wanted ticket at the Con
cert In December last to go without them.
Some living In Louisville waited until sales
were closed, expecting, no doubt, a post
ponement, and then ottered fifteen, twenty,
and even twenty-fire dollars, for tickets
which the day before were offered to pur
chute rt at the regular price. Others living
at a distance sent thousands of dollars by
sail and express, which got here alter sales
were eked, and had to 1m? sent back.
These disappointment need not occur again
if the warning now given In due season is
Tie drawinr will lcgin precisely at 0
o'clock Saturday morning, September 28,
IfTJ. in tie mat hall of the Public Library
toadltu;,asu continues until the one thous
and girt are all drawn.
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Gin, Cash 8100.000
PaMlwMw Met, Bulletin BalMlna;
Pomck business it very dull.
Lit ui liavo In this county n fair fight,
and may tlio best man win.
Title County Court ia at work upon tho
bills of tho " laborers for the county.
Tnc vicinity of Marlon, Williamson
county, i unhealthy, and the pcoplo thero
are not ashamed of the fact.
Tin track of tho Cairo and Vlnconnes
railroad has been laid down to within a
mllo of Mt. Carmel.
Ox Grand Gilt, Cash. .
GUt of (2,000 each.
, er.,000 Cash
, 20,000 "
, ift.ooo .
, 10,000 "
, 0,000 "
, 8,000 "
, 7,000 "
, 0,000 '
, 0,000 "
. 4,000 "
. 3,000 "
. 8.000 "
. 15,000 "
. 18,000 "
. 10,800 "
. 17,500 "
. 21,000 "
. 22,600 "
. 20, "
. 18,000 "
. 20,000 "
. 01,200 "
Total 1,000 Gifts, all Cash .500.000
The Concert Itself will be the most brilliant
orchestral display that ever occurred In the
West. One hundred performers, gathered
from all parts of this country and from
Europe, under the direction of Professor
Hast, will contribute to this grand musical
carnival. And to afford ample room for
every ticket-holder to enjoy such an unusual
musical festival, the Concert will be given in
Central Park, where arrangements have
been made to accommodate all who may
come. Persons holding whole, half or uuarter
ticket will be admitted to both the Concert
and Drawing, and none without such tickets
will be admitted to cither.
PRICK OK TICKETS.
Whole tickets, $10 ; halves, $5 : quarter'.,
2.&0; 11 whole ticket tor $100; !!7 for gSM;
66for500; 113 for 91,000 ; 285 for $2,500;
575 for 5,000. No discount on less than 9100
worth of tickets at a time.
in accordance with numerous solicitations
arrangements have been made with all the
railroad and steamboat lines leading into the
city for round-trip tickets good for six days,
to all persons who may wish to attend the
Concert or Drawing. Such tickets will be
furnished by the Louisville and Nashville
Railroad, the Louisville, Cincinnati and Lex
ington Railroad, thu Louisville Indianapolis
and Madison Railroad, the Ohio and Misils
slpnl Railroad the Louisville and Cincinnati
Mallboal Line and the Louisville, Oweiisboro
and Henderson Mall Line Packets.
All agents are required to close sales and
make their returns in full time to reach this
office by Thursday, September 25. To do
this successfully those located at great dis
tance must close some days before the 25th.
All tickets to which gifts are awarded will
be paid without discount by the Farmer'
and Drovers' Hank, either In currency, or In
sight draft upon the Fourth National Hunk
of New York, at the option of the holder.
The ticket must first be lirocnted nt this
office, Room No. 4, l'ublldnUbrary building,
before they will be paid by the bank.
The drawing will be imhlUhed in the
Louisville papers and New York Herald, and
official copies sent to purchasers, to whom
ticket have been sent by letter.
THOMAM E. HKAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library of Ky., Public Library
Building. Louisville Ky. tMleoda:w2w
Kaum oY Mitchell want one hun
dred team and man to work on tho C. &
V. R. R. in Pulaski county.
Dr. Honnard, of Murohviboro. wa In
the city yetterday. He propoie to re-locate
at Cairo In a fow month.
St. Louis Welti beer at Jacckel's, a
ture preventive of hoadache, sick atom
acb, and all tho ailment incident to tho
climate Try it. 9-3-dlw.
Tuk Harlow fellow, who It a good
enough follow, but out of place on tho
Radical .ticket at a candidato for Secretary
of State, will be In Cairo on the 16th intt.,
and tpcak hi picco.
A rtmTiox praying the county court to
not establish two mora polling placet in
Cairo, a prayed by Pope's petition, wat be
ing circulated yetterday, and receiving
O'Conor and Adams, John Quincy
bavo been nominated for tho Protident-y
and Vice-Prctldency by tho liourbona at
Louisville. The fact doet not create &
ripple of interest in Cairo.
Sxvkral attcmpti havo been lately
made to burglarize stores and residence
in thi city. Wednesday night tho rascal
made a descent on Burger' ttoro but ware
frightened away beforo they bagged anything.
Isaac Clement, Radical candidato for
Congrett in thit district, called on ut yiis
terday. Ho it confident of tucccsi but not
boastful. Ho remember tho adage of the
lip betwixt the cup and tho lip.
TnE Forty-Seventh Section of the Ble-
tnark Bund will givo a Grand Hall, cn
Monday, October 15, 1872. Tha follow
ing gentlemen aro tho committee of ar
rangement : Mcstr. Herman Meyers,
Hiram Blxby and John W. Pruess.
i 1 us following table shows the number
of votes cast in tho teveral precinct of
Alexander county at the election in 1871 :
North Cairo, 4DC
South Cairo,- 057
Santa Fc, 79
Ooose Iland, 180
Dog Tooth 55
BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
from 14 to $8 per day, can be pursued at your
own home, and I strictly honorable. Send
tor sample that will enable you to go to
wonc ai once. Aaaress
J. LATHAM A CO..
9-46 1, 292 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
XVKRT STOVE IS OUARANTEKD
TOOITEA MORE UN1FOEM AND l'LEASANT
BAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MOKE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARE MOKE
IASILT AHDCIIEAPLT MOUNTED,
ABE UMDEK MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONGER
Dive better satisfaction, aud sold for a
Lest Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
la the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
l I ST IP
0. W. HENDERSON,
CUM, I LI J.
HOW A WIFK WAS CONJURED AND CAME TO
CAIRO HOW DUE WAS PURSUED 11V HER
HUSBAND HOW HER HUS1JAND WAS
HIIOT IIV HER CONJUROR.
Wo learn from tho Commerce 'Dispatch'
the particular of an uflalr of love and
Tho wives of two negroes of Commerce
havo been tho victim of bate conjurors,
who have oftca convoyed thorn away
from their husbands.
About two woekt ago John and Honry
Whito becamu conjurors, and carried
away tho wives, who aro aitten. Henry
Whito brought hit victim to Cairo, and
nor husband, Harrison Ferguson, pursued
the runaways. Ho had hi wife arretted,
and whon the swore to him the would en
deavor to retitt tho wilot of her conjuror
White, took her back with hira to Com-
Tho 'Dltpatch' say :
All went well neain until on "Wednes.
day, when, while Ferguton wa out with
his hot-gun, iporting with the quirrols
nu coont, wnicn aro devesting hit corn-
ueiu, a cap wat snapped at hlra rrom be
hind a log. Ho turned in that direction
ana taw ttio purloiner of his heart's joy,
and another negro, both armed with shot
guns and pistols. Whilo While wa pick
tng hi flint to ftro again, Ferguson lot
looso with hit squirrel shot, and either
mttted or effected no injury. Ho bad no
sooner dono to tliaa ho wat made tha recln.
lent of a load of buckthot from the gun of
too unanown negro, ferguton run for
about a quarter of a mllo and fell, and
was afterwards carried homo by some of
nit neicnoon. no received one buck-shot
in tho back of hit head, and two or three
in bit left arm. Medical aid wat tent for
on Thursday morning, and Dr. Frarier
went to drett his woundt.
Tho assassins are at large, woll armed,
The Uismark Bund, Section 47, will
hold a grand ball on October 16th. Par
ticular and programme will bo furnished
in duo tlmo. The committee of arrange
ments Is composed of
JoHM W. PRUEM.
FLOWERS I FLOWERS 1 1
Selected strong flowering Hyacinth-
bulbs, well adopted for glattct or bedding
purposes at Jackel't Saloon, corner of 12th
street and Wathington avonue. Bulbs to
bo put up now in glaisot or pott, will
bloom at Christmas. 'J-0-dlm.
Ills.Cknthai.'H. it. Co., )
Agent's Omen, Cairo, Sept. 6, ic72, j
To persons wishing to attend the Un-
ion Fair to bo held at Jonesboro from
September 11 to September 13th, wo will
ell excursion tickets to Anna and return
at one dollar and ninety cent ($1.90).
Sale of ticket will commence on the 10th
and discontinue on the 13th. Ticket good
until September 14th Inclusive.
9-c-dCt. James Johnson, Agent.
Steamer Julia, St. Louis.
11 Wm. Minyoung, Ohio river.
" Le Claire, Evantville.
" Henry Amos.N. Orleans. '
Hi. josepu, Mempnu.
Florence, St. Louit.
Wm. Cowen and barges, Heod.
Jim Fltk, Paducah.
Steamer Julia, Vlcktburg.
" Wm. Minyoung, Ohio River.
" Le Claire, Evantville.
" Henry Amct, St. Louit.
" St Joseph, St. Louit.
11 Florence, St. Louis.
11 Wm. Cowen, St. Louit.
" Jim Fitk, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbut.
BIO MUDDY COAL
Steamboats supplied at any time, both
day and night, with either lump or chest
nut coal, In any quantity, and on utual
terms, at the yard at Grand Tower, 111
Special contraots offered on fnvorablo
terms upon application.
H. V. Olypuant,
D. A. Boxee, Ocn'l. Supt.
Sale Agent. 3-1 6-1 y.
ROATH LEAVING TO-DAY.
Tho flno pastongor packet Capital City,
Captain Crupoter, it the rogular packet
for Memphli, Vicksburg and all way
points, leaving this evening at C o'clock.
The largo steamor Commonwealth, Cap
tain Sldam, i the boat for New Orleans
nd tbe bendt, leaving on tho arrival of
tho evening train. Tho regular City of
Chester, Captain ,ZoIglor, is tbe anchor
line boat departing for St. Loul and all
intermediate landing this evening at 8
o'clock. Tho groat low water packet Ar
kantat Belle, Capt. Howard, is tho regu
lar packet for Kvanivillo and all way
landings on tho Ohio river, leaving tho
wharf at 0 o'clock p.m. The nlco packet
Jim. Fisk, Jr., Fowler master. It the
regular packet leaving for Paducah and
all way landing daily at 4 o clock p. m.
CONDITION Or THE RIVERS.
Tho Ohio bero fell about 3 inches du
ring the Datt 24 hours. Abovo here it it
down to a low stage, and still on tho de
cline and before long it will bo a harvest
Sold for littlo dinkies. Between Evans
vlllo and Louisville thero is four feet, and
boats aro beginine to stick on the bars.
At Pittsburg tbe Monongahcla is slowly
falling with poor protpectt for a change
Cumberland It away down and in somo
placet tho dutt is thick. White and Ar
kantat aro both on the decline
IIUSINESS AND WEATHER.
There wa not much doing on tho land
inet yesterday. There are soveral boats
having rethipplng trips due. The wo a
ther wa warm and tho dust wa flying
thick and furious. Oh for a rain.
D.Scdam, second clork of the Common
wealth it here, having tbe barge Rod
Stocking loaded for her. She will take a
I few barges from here, the will be found at
The propeller William Minyoung ia a
new one on us. Sho arrived from tbe Ohio
with an empty ice barge in tow. She
has tho appcaranco of belonging about
The Honry Ame bad a barge in tow,
and had a light trip. Report business
very dull in New Orleans, and plenty idle
tteamboatmen who will have to wear their
summer clothes all winter, If bunnes does
not open soon.
The LeClaire brought in a fair trip for
the south, and took back a light trip.
The Florence came down empty, and re
turned with a barge.
Tho Cowen got a way for St. Louit with
a tow of coal.
William and Kit Kudd are now run
ning theclorkt department of the trantit
steamer Illinois, and are both competent
young men. Kit, we aro sorry to tay it a
batcbelor, but reports say, that bo will
toon become a Benedict.
Nick Hacker, collector on tbo ferryboat
Cairo it oft on a short pleasure trip, and
Charley Hardy fills tbe office until hit re
Capt. Geo. DuSouchet is in Cincinnati
for tbe purpose of finally closing the tale
of tho Robert Mitchell. Her new owners
aro named as follows : John Gilbert, J
A. Lemcke, M. Hcnning, J. H. & L. A
Fowler, Dixon & Semonin, Chat Carroll
Somonin, F. W. McCoy, J. E. Rankin
& Co., 8. W. Thoraa. E. T. Sullivan and
W. U. Morris, aro the hcaviett ship
pers on the lower Ohio.
Tho fight between Davidson and Mc
Cune is as bitter as over, and neither will
let up. Take it all in all, it is a very fool
isb piece of business. Beforo the present
difficulty, they were both prosperous linet,
and worn making plenty of money, but not
being contented with thatthoy mutt go to
war with each other. But little sympathy
it felt for either ono in thit part of the
The West Wind did not make vary
much out of the barbecue buiinsit tbe re
ceipt being only about fourteen dollar
Sho went up the Mississippi fifteen mile
yetterday to bring down a raft for the
City National Bank aallalas;.
aswBpeclal attention paid to order trom tm
boats night or dav
Bids will be received at the city clerk'
office until 12 m., Friday, Soptembor Cth,
for tho removal of garbage twice each
week in tho city, during tbo month of
September. All bids to bo at 10 much for
the month In city scrip. Tho city re
serves tho right to reject any and all bids,
2t. E. A. Burnett, City Comptroller.
If you want Fine Teat or Coffeet, Splcet
or canned Fruits, chdico fresh Buttor, or
the very bost Flour, go to T. W. Carrlco's
grocery store on Washington avenue bo
tweon Eighth and Ninth stroott.
Four fine airy rooms on the second floor.
Inquiro at tho corner of Fourteenth street
and Washington avenue. tf.
WATER-proof St. Louit Lager boor at
the Thalia Saloon. Person who drink
it defy ttormt and dampnest, and never
have occation to pay a doctor bill.
-Wo rotpecttully inform the citizens
ot Cairo and vicinity that wo shall open
on or about tbe ltt of September, 1872, In
NofTs now brick building on Eighth
street, with an entire new nnd elegant
stock of dry goods, clothing, otc.
8-10 tf. Blum & Amson,
Our Home Advertisers.
72: SPRING-SUMMER. '72-,.
C. HAN NY.
Pure Winct and Liquors not a head
ache or a fight in a thousand gallons of
at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twelfth
street and Washington avenue.
J25 REWARD I
Lost A light Sorrel Mare, about 14
hands high, with four white feet, white
blazo in forehead, right hind leg toro
abovo the hoof, and markt of flttulw on
both tidci of the thouldert. When last
teen had on a halter.
Twenty-five dollars will bo given for
her return to M. W. Parker's Livery Sta-
bio, Cairo, Illinois, or for any information
leading to her recovery. 9-6-1 w.
SIMMONS &, OLOUGH ORGAN
NEW AND LARGE FACTORT ERECTED ITS
SIZE, CAPACITY, LOCATIONS, ETC.
From the Detroit 'Tribune.'
Messrs. Simmons, Clouith & Co., manu
facturers of reed organs, etc., having met
with a remarkable success in business, on
account of tbe excellence of their wares,
found their quarters the block occupied
by them on Miama avenue, near tho
corner ot Uratlot entirely too small.
Consequently they have entered into ar
rangements to increato the capacity or
their works, and in dolne so expect to bo
fully able to supply all the demands that
may oe maae upon tnem. Their busineis
lias crown to immense proportlons.and.not
withstanding their enteprlilne disposition
and qualities, they have been unable, dur
ing too past year especially, to keep pace
with their orders. Thit ttate of affairs I
gratifying alike to tho city and to the
On the 1st ot Januarv a new partner
ship wat formed, which it to last three
years, and it will be known at tbe Sim
mons a tloneh urcan Lomnanv. r. J
Simmons, Jamet E. Clough and Joseph A.
Jette U. Farwell is admitted at a tpccial
partner, tho latter contributing $30,000 to
tne capital stock or tbo concern. Ar
raneementa bavo alto been Perfected
whereby the capital stock can be increased
at any time, and tbe membert of tbe firm
aro tuny nolo to carry them out.
cr is thit all. Thecompanv have pur
chased a large lot on tbe north-east corner
oft.'ongress and Sixth ttreots. upon which
they havo erected a manufactory of large
capacity, and one that in completeness of
aoiaii.uuraoiiiiy ana in exterior nnisn is
a decided ornament to that purt of tho
city. Wo are unable to give a minute
description of tho ttructuro. It has
frontage of 120 feet on Sixth street by CO
ieet on congress street, and besides a high
basement it four stories in height. The
lot has a frontago on Sixth street of 120
feet, and on Congress street of 138 feet
Thut it will bo teen that thero will be abund
anco of room. Separate from the main
building tbero It an engine-room, dry
kilm, etc., and in the courte of timo an
addition will bo made to the formor to at
to give it an "L" shape.
The factory Is supplied with a 40 bono
powor engine, and new machinery
throughout, and it ono of tho largest
buildingt uted for manufacturing pur
pose in thit citv. Tho cott of tbe build-
lag is estimated at about $100,000. Tho
new building will accommodate all their
employet, and betidei being commodious
win do ueaioa oy steam, it wat com
pleted and ready for occupancy on tbe 1st
of May, 1872.
Tho company manufacture 40 different
styles of instruments, which tell for from
$60 to $600 each, and tbo great demand
for them it tbo bost proof of tbeir quality.
Their "cabinet ttyies- navo becomo great
favorites wherever they havo been intro
duced, especially since- tbo introduction
into tnem of the stops, the Vox Cdale&nd
the Louis patent Vox Humana. To their
grand combination organs they aro ap
plying a wonderful invention which is
known as Scrlbner's patent "qualifying
tubes," which impart to tbe organ a tmootb,
nuie-iiao nuaiuy oi lone ana increato the
power and brilliancy of tbo music. Tho
new company it composod of energetic
butineit men, and they undoubtedly havo
a gooa i mure oeiore tnem. y-Jtr.
BEERWART. 0RTH & CO.
180 Commercial Avenue, Cairo, III.
STOVES, TIN WARE, HOLLOW
GOOCH'S FREEZERS, .
W I IR, IB OLOTH
for Window Screens,
SAND SCREENS, STEP LADDERS
Ac, Ac, Ac.
CRADLES, &cn Ac.
Alto manufacturers of
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
Tin, Sheet iron & Copper Ware
."oia Aenn lor me cioriea
FAME COOKING STOVES,
Uric's Moveable Point Steel Plow
Gray'b Patent Coal Oil Cans,
LITTLE GIANT PRUNING SHEARS,
EVAPORATORS AND CORN MILLS
RICHARD'S PATENT CHIMNEY
Warranted a sura cura tor smoking uhlmnls
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
SBO OOO OO
IN VALUABLE OIFT8
To bo distributed In
X, . X3. BUTE'S
.is Hi Heml-Annunl
To be drawn Monday, October 7th, lira.
One Grand Capital or
810,000 IN GOLD.
One PnuK $5,000 in Silver I
FivoPrizc $1,000 9
vtvn p.1,11 Ann
KEAEi ESTATE AEJiCl.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
BETWEEN WASH'N AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. B. K. Fields Informs tne public thst he has
on the north eit tide of Tenth street at named
Hit Statist will he furnished with none bub the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public may De accommodated at all hours
of the day and nigh
Ton Prizes 100
Two Fainliv Carriages and Mulccbd Horses
Willi Silver-Mounted Ilarnes, worth 1,M)0
Two IIorsc nnd lliiui'les with Silver-Mount
ed llarno". worth Swfl each
l'wo Fine-toned ltoewood Pianos, worth
Six Family Sewing Machine, worth
11) each !
l.'iOO Gold and Sliver I.eer Hunting
watciic", worm iroinrw i eaca
Ladles' (lold I.eoiitlui; Chuin-. Gent's Gold
Vct Chain". Solid ami Doubled-Plated
Sllvcj Table and Tca'poons, Photograph
Album. Jewcny, .vc.vc., a-c
Whole number Gifts, KMX to. Tickets 1.1ml
AGENTS WANTED TO SK1.1) TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will be tiald.
Simile Tickets ill Six Tickets S10; Twelve
Tickets W0 j Tweuty-flvo Tickets ?10.
ClriuiarsconUininK a fall list of priset, de
scription of the manner oi drawing, and other
Information In reference to tbe distribution, will
be sent to tny one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to U. ii. SINE, Itox, ee,
nmrt, Cincinnati, O.
101 Welt 6lh ft. noT.wAdlv
of the day and night with stle tetrat on the LOW-
r . i . . . v. .. . . I . nil;- H.
and will endetror to merit it by fair dealing and
strict mention In bunme'n.
SUTTER & BIERWIRTH,
708 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
BT. LOUIS, MO.
Stained, Enameled, Embossed and ground lilm
of erery description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
Go to the Thalia for tbe
beer in town
W. B. Rockwell A Co. have the
agency for the tale of tickets to tbo Free
Gift Concert in aid of tho Public Library
Five hundred thousand dollars In cur
rency to be distributed in girts of from
1100 to $100,000. See circular.
Eichenburg's cigar and tobacco stand
is growing in popularity every day. It is
located on Eighth street between Wash
ington avenuo and Ohio levee. Tbo Em
peror William, In all his majesty, stands at
the door inviting tho public to sample tbe
excellent chewing and smoking tobacco,
and splendid cigars within. Elchenburg
is determined to succeed, and if merit In
tbe goods can secure him tucceit be will
not be disappointed. Go and tee him.
Caution Every genutno box of Dr
McLean's Liver Pills bears tbe signature
of Fleming Bros., Pittsburgh, Pa., and
tbeir private U. S. stamp. "Take no
other." Tbe market is full of imitations.
It is tbe popular vordict that people who
have been accustomed to the use of Bitters
and Cordials are obliged, eventually, to re
tort to McLean's Lirar Pills forpermanen
relief. 6-10 m.
NEW HARNESS SHOP.
fits opened a Harness shop on Washington
iivcuue, ueiweeii icnui anu rievcmn
Street for the purposo of MANU
FACTURING all kinds of
DOUBLE &. SINGLE HARNESS
If ALTERS, BrIDLEB, Ac,
Which hr keeps on salo or will make to
order, lim motto is : "Good Stock, good
work, and Justice to all men."
All kinds of repairing done with ueatness
and dispatch. Give him a trial, you will
nuu lie don't propose to "Stand on a home
O. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (BECOND FLOOR) OHIO LEVEE,
Buy and Sell Rial Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TIELS
ad CeaTeyauet ot Kinds:
star Ordtrs frriri
n plv slterded o
If rip of Ibn roun
6.31 ilAw 3m
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
V. 1)1 REXI'OHD, .... Proprietor
Coh. Ohio Levee & Second St.
3iaggage conveyed to and from De
pot tree. Uec-I) tf.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Cominercial-ave.,
GREEN & GILBERT,
William II. Ureeu. 'i
William U Gilbert, V
Miles F. Gilbert, j
aWSpeoia. attention glreo to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMB 7 AND 8 OVEB
CIT7 NATIONAL BANK.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
has opened out an extensiye stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACES, FRINGES, KID OLOVE8, HOSIERY
and all articles usualljrkept in a flnt-clata mil
Mrs. Hwander lovltea the publlo to call and In-
pact ier itook, which she will saa pleasure In
bowtaa to eld at well a new oustoiMrs.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized ur State Authority and
Drawn in Puulic in St. Louik,
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class I, ro he Drawn Sept. 30, 1872,
5,880 Prises, Amounting to $300,000,
Ml t'ritesof -..$ 100
9 " of........ l.OiO
" of 600
" of........ S00
' of 240
se of . 210
3 " of . ISO
ISO " of...... lto
MSI ' of...... 10
Tickets. $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 GO.
Our lotteries are chartered br the HUte, ere
wavs drswn at the t me named, and all draw
logs are under tbe superrliion of sworn com
The official drawing will be published In tbe
St. Louii ptpert and a cop; sent to purchatert
We will dmw a similar scheme tbe last day o
ererr month durlnstbe tear 1872.
Kemuai our rim ot iiosmmce miner oraer,
registered letter, drsft or eipren. fend for cir
cular. Addre, MUKHAY, MILLER i CO.
r. O. box 2446. Ut. LOUIS, MO
BATCH ELORS HAIR DYE.
This Mliicrb hair dye Is the best In the
world perfectly liannle, reliable and in
stantancous. .N'o(l.aiolntmcnt. Thei;en
ulne w. a. iiatclidor Hair live produce
immediately a natural black or brown. Doe
not stain the skin but leave the hair cleans
soft ami beautiful. The only rafc and per
fect hair dye. Sold by all druifirists. Fac
tory, 1 Hond street, . Y.
Happy relief to young men from thu eflect
of error and abuei In earlv life. Manhood
restored. Impediment to Marriage re
mocd. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook and crlctl
lar sent free. In scaled envelop.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No
1 .South Ninth .St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitutlon having u hlh reputation for honor
able conduct and prole"lonal sKUU
i .. , . ... t ,. r 1 I 1. 1 .
Ml .lll'lll, mate fl 1C11I.1II-. Ill U.l'l IUWIIB11IJI
;o sell the only standard book of the kind
"YOUM.VNAN'S DICTIONARY OF KV
Kill DAY WANTS,"
containing i!0,U0O Receipt In every depart
.nent of human effort, eld) per vcar saved
to every ono who Im it. Every bodv wants
it, KVEHY IlODY DUYet IT as soon as offered
t40 tier week. Mire. E.V.TKA TElt.MS
Agents will miss it if they do not address
Continental Publishing Co., ,'il3 N. Sixth
iireet, si. l.oui. w-am
PAUL O. NCI1CII, AST'.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
LlAtt, prorea, rrom tne most amn e exner
X lence, an entire success: dimple Prompt
ciuvivufc nuu neimuie. i iter lire inf onij meoi
cine perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple that mistakes cannot be msde in using them;
so harmless as to be free from danger, and so
efficient as to be always reliable. They bare rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction.
1, Cures Fevers, congestion, lnnmmations.2S
2. ' Wniflll. Vnrm I.,., wn.m nnl,. nt
frying .colic or teething ot infnts..,25
Illrrboea, of children and tdultt...25
ISyaenterjr, Krlplnjj. b-lious collc.24
Cholera, colds, bronchltus 21
Xcurulft-lft, toothache, faceache....2S
llendacnet, sick hoadache, rertigo24
UvaDenalB bilious tom&ei '.
Nuppreaaed.or painful periods z'
lie, too Drofuse nerioJa vs
Croup, cough, difficult breathine...2J
stats Rbetins, Erysipelas, Eruption,
Kfltamatliia, rheumatic cams 2S
Fever and Ague, chill leer, sjiuei-W
Pllea, blind or bleeding w
Upbtblrmy, and sore or weak eye.M
Cntarrb, acute or chronic, Influenia&o
H booplBg-Cona;b,TioIent coughstO
AMbnia, oppressed breathing m 80
tar Dlacbarsjee.imnHlred hearingM
NcrafaUnlarged glands, swellings
Ueneral Deblllly, phrsical weak-S0
Ilropayand scanty Secretion .T.B0
Hfm .nlckneaa.slckness from ndlnrco
KldneF-Ulaeaae, Oravel , ...60
Nervooa Uebllltr, seminal ends.
slons. Involuntary dlscf.srgen .1 00
Fl velBomes.wlth one 12 1 itl of powder
very necessary in aerlous casea...o M
Nor Moatb, canker vi
Vrlnairjr Weabncsia, wetting ked.M
Painful Perloda, withspasrns.J...w
uerJiia-a,iicl)aDgeof life i 0o
EMlIeiy,sj8m8i Hi.Vltus'dance.l OO
Olptberla, ulcerated sore throat 60
,., . . r AaitLY CASES.
Of 85 to SO large vials, morocco
orroMwood case, containing a
pectus for every ordinary dlsv-t-use
aramlljr It subject to, and
books of directions from 110 to 125
smaller Family and Traveling c. es,
20 to 88 vial "rom t to
Specific lor all Private Diseases, '
both lor Curias; and ror Preven
tive) treatment, in vials snn pocket
cases H3 to 0 00
Cure Burn. Brultet, Lamenett, Soreness, Sore
I iroat, Sprains, Toothache, Eartche, Neuralgia
Jiheuroatism, Lumbago. Piles, Bolls, xiingt.bore
Et'l BIilnK0f the iung'Nose, Stomach, or
of files, Corns. Ulcers, Old Sores.
Priee.eos., W ota. ; hnte, 1 60; Quarts. 11 75.
avsrihese remedies, except Pond's Kitrict. by
Ihecaseor sinulo 11. are nDn. ...
. .. homeopathic medicine co.
KENTUCKY JCAKS, FXTsU,
G AOS' BAIN SILKS,
LARGE STOCK OF CARPETING
Is Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.'.
COHNKB8TII ST. AD COUMIRCIAt-AT
ST. NICHOLAS i
liABRY WALKER 3t CO., Prop'rt.
This house I newly fitted Up with
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
suitable for all kinds of
with the Btt
are compounded in the most approved style
J3TCome and see for yourself. They keep
on hand a line stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
are spread mornlinr and evening at nlu
o'clock, at which all are Invited to partle
pate treeol charge. 8-1 lit 1 1 ,
BOOT AND StllUE BTOBE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave, noar Athenaum.
Keep on band a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND BHOX8
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitim and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examih.
WUUDI WOOD I I WUODII
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, II not Ctieaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave 'order
on tbe slates at the Postotflce and at Ross
UUtil )MU uu viUAUibtviai s i vuuvi utnvtM
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairo. DUnols. I
give good measure and will cord the wood
up if desired.
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