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TStto CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1872.
JOHN II. OHKKI.Y, KlHor and Publisher.
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CLKRK BUI'IIKMF. COURT NORTHERN
CLERK SUPREME . COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A DROWN.
CLKRK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILDANKS.
FOR CONOIIESrt EimtTKENTII DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN II. ODERLY.
are authorized to announce
candidate Tor City
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HAIt.MA.N a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
No ember next.
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
exandcr county, at the enduing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEUB, KSO,., a a candidate for County At
torney, at the ctiMtiiu; November election.
We arc authorized to announce I. II,
l'OFK as a candidate for County Attorney nt
the euiiiliiL' November election.
We arc authorized to announce l'ETER
8AUP a a candidate for .Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN ai a candidate for re-election
lotlieoQlce of Sheriff of Alexaudcr county.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN
11. GOSsMAN at a candidate for re-election
to the otllce of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
Rooms of Liberal Executive Com
St'lUNOFIKLD, ILL., August, lft, 1B72. J
John II. Odeklv, Eq.:
Tlie following appointments have been
made lor Gov. Ku-ruer, by the Liberal Exec
utive committee :
Du Quoin, Thursday, September Mb, at
Centralis, Friday, .September Cth, daytime;
Cariyle, Saturday,Scptember7tb, daytime;
0. 31. Hatch, Sec'y.
CLOSING SCENES AND INCI
DENTS IN THE SIDESHOW.
EXPULSION OK OEOROE FRANCIS
i RAIN AND DISGUST OF
THE LAIJOR REFORMERS.
A COMEDY OF ERRORS.
From the Loulat llle Courier-JournalSept.fi.
The scenes of the Duncan Convention
yasterday afternoon were tunny beyond
description. During the greator part of the
session such a Rahul of babbel was nover
before heard in u similar meeting. The
genuine, unadulterated true blues vocifer
ated, and gesticulated, and made faces, and
cut up Jack generally. Through all this,
however, the animus of tbe body peeped
out, and the trick that had been practiced
became apparent, and the rank and llle,
who bad been betrayed, became furious at
the deception practiced on thom. It seems
that the party bus but two men of national
reputation O'Conor and Adams to
whom It can look at standard-bearers.
The managers, It is believed, knew that
O Conor would rufuse, but Adams had
promised to run if O'Conor should bo
placed on the ticket with him. The West
ern delegates wanted C. P. Edgerton, of
Indiana, and the Southerners wanted Jus.
Lyon, of Richmond, Va., to occupy the
second place on th ticket; but the mana
gers, led by the irreprewlble Duncan,
slaughtered thoo two gentlemen, und
sccured.the nomination of O'Conor and
Adams, in order to fulfill the conditions of
Adams acceptance. The Utter Is now in
such a situation that be must decline be.
cause O'Conor declined which is not u
good reason to give in such a strait or ho
must stick, and give tho weight of his name
to the ticket. When the mass of tho dole
gates saw the trick by which their favorites
bad been defeated for the Vice-Presidency
tbay grappled with the managers at once,
and a very Intereiting struggle ensued.
Tb New ork delegation seemed to be
the wain object of attack, and their effort
to leave tho llllliig of the vacancy in tho
bands of the Executive Committee was
defeated, the ablest umongtbem, Mr, Burr
taking sides against the proposition. '
A number of exciting episodes occurred
during the contest. In fact the entire
afUruoon show was made up of little in
cidents of wrangle and temper, and ma
neuvering on all tides for tbu advantage.
The fact that tlioro was a ring working
the convention lor its own purposes bo
came to apparent that tho dullest delegate
could not shut bis eyes to it, and tho
Ill-reeling that resulted broke out every
itw and then. One of the ugliest Inci
dmtt of the confusion was the expulsion
of Georee Francis Train. Ho had belter
credentials than any other delegate whose
papers wo saw, and a thousand times net
tor than many who remained without
question. But, notwithstanding this fact,
he was nevertheless bustled out on at
tempting to exercise bis rights at a dele
gate. Somebody remarked that Col.
Duncan was envious of his prototype.
Mr. Mooro,of Now York, made a tpocch.
arguing that the labor roformors should
be represented on the ticket. Mr. Train
aroso and commenced to speak on the sub
ject, when ho was Interrupted by loud
cries, ana tno cnairman caueu nun to or
der. Severnl shouted that be was no dele
gate, and there were cries of " Put him
out,'' etc., whon Dlanton Dun:an ex
plained that be had given Train a ticket,
and tho affair was finally quieted down,
but not beforo Mr. Train had been forcibly
ejected by tbo police.
nr. xrain came to l.oiiiivino on me in
vitation of Duncan, to bo present at tho
convention. He represented four states,
traveled at bis own expense and will set
tle hit own bills while In the city; which
can not bo said of all the delegates.
If tbo convention stood In fear of Mr.
Train, what object could there hnvo been
in extending to him an invitation to be
present 7 His motives certainly do not
smack of corruption ; hh political views
are always candidly expressed, and If, on
that account, Mr. Duncan saw lit to oxpell
him from tho deliberations ol tho atsem
bled 11 Straights, " it speaks much in Mr.
Train's favor and volumes of inferences
against tho claim set up by tho
convention of honesty and patriotism.
When violent hnnds wcro laid upon
Mr. Train it was fcarod by many that he
would resent by the uso of weapons.
However, it was soon ascertained that bo
had not used a pistol since leaving tho
commune In Franco a fact that may have
been known and taken advantagoof by his
assailants in their unparliamentary proced
ures against him. As It was, Train mani
fested a raro degree of calculativo cool
noss in tho treatment received from their
hands, for it is well-known that he is an
expert boxer, and anything elso but a
Tbo occurronco created an extended ex
citement, and was tho theme of general
conversation in the ollices and on tho
streets during tho day. Hundreds of
people called upon Mr. Train after the
event, and among them many of our best
citizens, wiio deeply felt tho dhgraco
brought upon our city by tho actions of
this convention of disorganizes and Grant
Mr. Fisk Conrad, of Pennsylvania, felt
a patriotic ardor, which wanted to be let off
by means of oratory. Ho attempted to
speak several times, but was choked down
by tbo chairman for what reason wo woro
unable to see, at the time, though later
disclosures show tho object very plainly.
At length, after a number of ineffectual
attempts to get a bearing, tbu chairman
bad him put out of tho room. Mr. Con
rad is Indignant, ann denounces tbo ac
tion f tho chairman and tho silence of
tho body which permitted it. He says his
object was to cxposo tbo treachery of the
Camoron-tlartrantt thieves ot his own
state. Tiie Pennsylvania delegation was
composed of all Grant men oxcepting him
self, not ono of whom over intended to
vote for the' nominee of this convention.
Their transportation to this convention
was obtained and paid for by tho Grant
people. Hit own and thoso nf five others,
each representing a district in Pennsyl
vania, ho procured in tho office of tbo
Grant stato central committoo of Pennsyl
vania, at Philadelphia, corner of Eighth
and Walnut streets, over a well-known
tailoring establishment. For this trans
portation he had an order from Sipes,
chairman of the Dourbon state central
committee of Pennsylvania. That order
was obeyed by tbo stato treasurer of
Pcnnsyluania, bob Mackoy, who is well
known as ono of Cameron's subjects.
The band of music that accompanied the
delegation was furnished and paid for by
the same Grant people, and his little ban
ner that was carried by George Mountjoy
Is tbo same that designated tbo seats in
the radical convention of the Stli of June,
of tho Pennsylvania deligation thatnomi
nated U. S. Grant, and which was presided
ovor by Thomas Settle, tho robel of North
Carolina. This is tho sum and substance
of what Mr. Conard intended to say had
tho president allowed him to proceed, and
bo assures all his democratic friends that
what ho states hero are facts, all of which
he is prepared to prove.
The disclosures are corroborated by
other circumstances. Wu mentioned
yesterday that many of tho Pennsylvania
delegation wero members of tho Loyal
League. A party made up of such dele
gates should bejrery careful how it throws
stones at one ol its number.
Judge Woodward, of Pennsylvania, was
in tho city on Tuesday and Wednesday
with his family. The Duncanites ob
served bis presence, and eager to seize
upon any man of national reputation to
givo weight to their convention, started the
report that ho was in attendance upon tbe
convention. Of course the roporters were
fooled, and the Judge was duly announced
as. a Bourbon. It was a grave mistake.
Judge Woodward in a warm Greeley man,
and leels hurt at being classed among tbe
indirect Grantitos. lie says his namo
was nover beforo brought into so dis
graceful a connection. He utterly repudi
ates oil sympathy with tbo Duncan con
vention, and will stand by tho Daltlmoro
nomineos. Judgo Woodward and his
family have boon spending some weeks in
Central Kentucky, and camo down to at
toud the oponing of tbo Exposition. Ho
considers it a porsonal calamity that tho
Duncan convention met on tho same day,
as it has subjected him to such gross mis
representation. When tho chairman of tho convention,
in his duty, as ho said, to that body, read
O'Conor's dispatch refuting the nomina
tion, tho space back of the delegations
came down in a hearty applause. It was
an indignity that under the circumstances
could not bo borne, and u gentleman in
tbu Ohio reservation sprang to his feet Hnd
vehemently demanded that all the snaco
should bo cleared. A round of his3cs
greeted the oxcitod individual from all
parts of tho house, and when quiet was
restored the chairman said something to
tho effect that, when O'Conor was again
cheered for refusing to carry tho straight-
um uauner mo oeri;eam-at-urms should
clear tho galleries.
During tho strugglo ovor tho nomina
tlon for the vice-presidency, McCullogh,
i.uuia 'jjemncrai.' who whs in
the room, and who was deeply interested
in the success of Grant in Indiana,
electioneered pretty warmly for Edgorton.
Col. Duncan observed tho shrewd, wiry
log-roller at work, and being in favor of
numuvur 10 Jicuullai'li.
"MhoV .ul.l i... ....... b '' . . .
ijc. --Yuu an, nnt u i . ..
En?' "',d.!f '" P."'1 1ult Interfering,
to the fact." "eauon or 1110 invention
"But I want to help Grant in Indlano
persisted Mack. '
"This is not a Grant convontloti," said
Mack looked up In his face with a sort
of quizicul smile, and said in a confidential
"Pshaw, now, Colonel, what's tho use
of talking that way to mo. That's too
thin. The convention is oithor for Grant
or Greeley, and you know you aro not for
Greeley. It'll do to tell outsiders, but it
won t do to talk to an old stager llko mo."
Col. Duncaa looked at hfm for a mo
merit with "speculation In his eyes" and
walked oil, not too toon, howo er, to hear
Mark't parting shot! '
"Grant pays for this thing, and be has a
right to be considered."
General Joe Giger, of Columbus, Ohio'
(and Iwboevcr It at all familiar with tho
politics of tho Buckeyo Stato during tho
last twenty years win remember how
easily the General can flop), succeeded In
f letting tbo floor early in tbo morning's de
Iterations. He had bimsolf sharp set tor
one of his very grlttvist speeches, and
looked as imposing eloquent as possible,
but was choked down into silence. A
gentleman who used to take his toddles
with the Uoneral, from a black bottlo in
bis dingy little offlcoonUleh street, Co
lumbus, very feelingly msdo tho remark
that they ought to havo allowed Joe to
makoono good straight-out Democratic
speech, for there was overy reason to be
lieve that his next ono would bo in somo
Franklin county log tcbool-bouso, for
Grant and Wilson.
The executive commilteo was in secret
session last night at Blanton Duncan's re
sidence. A largo number of the delegates
left tho city last night, on thoir return
Tho probability Is that Adams and
Lyon, or Adams and Edgerton, will be no
minated to-day. Tho subject was under
warm discussion among tbe delegates last
night. Much feeling was manifested, and
somo sharp words interchanged. It is said
that thero Is a serious difference, between
the membors of tho Now York dclecation.
This delegation favors tho nomination of
Adams and Edgerton, whilo tho Southorn
delegates are for Adams and Lyon. At
one timo last nlgbt there was a fair pros
pect that tho convention would break up
in a row tbis morning.
a courier-journal reporter Inter
viewed Mr. Drowning, one of tho Labor
Roformcrs, and learned that hols now In
favor of Greeley. Ho oppressed himself
as disgusted with tho convention and its
treatment of tho workingmen't delegates.
He thought that there was not a single re
presentative man In tho body. Its course
in violently choking off several members
was a shameful mockery on the Democratic
boast of free speech.
Mr. II. Resley, a Mnryland delegate,
while in tho convention yesterday morn
ing, received intelligence of the death of
bis wife. The shock of surprise end grief
was so great that ho was borne senseless
from tho room'
During tho afternoon a voung gentle
man representing a Cleveland (Ohio) pa
per came into tbe 'Courier-Journal' news
room and wanted to know what kind of n
dispatch ho should send homo. The truth
of tho matter was, things had got so terri
bly mixed and uncertain that no couldn't
swear to anything, and thought the con
vention in the samo fix.
Tho case of Col. Hill, delegate from
Arkansas, charged with obtaining goods
under false pretenses, was granted another
continuanco yesterday morning by Judge
Johnston. It will bo called again in tho
City Court on Wednesday next.
lir. David L. Field, of Jefforsonvillo a
lover of Grant and bis administration, was
in attendance at the convention on Tues
day. Dr. Field was well supplied with
tickets of admission. '-To what base uses
wo may roturn."
A citizen of Jeffersonvillo was In Louis
ville yesterday and met a man who ran
off from Seymour somo months sinco ow
ing him about seventy dollars. The
citizen asked tho gentleman for tho
amouut ho owed, but he refused to pay it.
stating mat he bad no money. Citizen
went to a Justico and got out a jail writ
Tho money was paid. Tho man who owed
tho money was a Dlanton Duncan dele
gate from Ohio and is known in this
vicinity as an Intensn Radical.
A. E. Walkun. a blatant Radical of.Tof.
fersonville, walked up to an old citizen
and well-known Democrat on tbo street
yesterday, and asked him if bo desired to
attend tho Blanton Duncan convention
stating that, if he did, he (Walkup) would
give him a ticket of admission, as be bad
somo. Tbo Democrat promptlv answered
him, saying that he did not de'sire to at
tend such a gathering, nor did ho want to
nave anytning to uo with it. we site tbis
instance as one of many that have occurred
in ueuersonviue since tno Duncan move
ment to prove that tho Radical partv are
running the convention. In the last two
days some of the leading Grantite in Jef-
lersonvuie navo ocen in this city in at
tendanco on the side show, and they have
an nciu tiCKets oi aumisston.
"WHY IS HE SILENT?"
the article for which bkothek-in
law dent caned henry beed.
From New York Sun.
" Mr. J. H. Wither, banker, of Port
uyrou, now iork, is a gentleman lrorn
whom tho public have for some time past
Taiuiy uopeu to near.
" Mr. Witbev is a ereat friend of Mr.
Wm. D. Farrand, the gentleman who paid
President Grant's brother-in-law, Louis
Dent, $'J,GOO, and tho other brother-in-law,
General F. T. Dent, $1,000 cash, for the
appointment of Consul at Callao, to bu
mado by Presidont Grant ; und President
Grant appointed Mr. Furrand to that
otllce after bis brothers-in-law had re
ceivou tnose two sums ol money us pay
for tho appointment.
" It is also in evidence in this interes
ting case that Mr. I arrand, after buying
his appointment of the president's brother-
in-law, negotiated further with thom for
tho appointment of Mr. Withov as com-
missioner to settle tho claims ol citizens of
tho Unitod Statos against Peru : and it al
so apnoars that Mr. Wlthoy paid to Gen
oral F. T. Dont, ono of these brothors-in
law, in cash, at the Astor houtn in thla
city, tho sum of $3,000 for his uppointmont
us commissioner ; uut mat another person,
ono -Michel Tidal, now Consul of tho
United States at Tripoli, received tho ap.
pointment which the Donts had thus sold
to Wlthoy, and mado a handsomo thing
out of it. Farrand, howovor, Withey's
irionu anu patron, wno negotiated for him
with the Dents, did not make so much
money out of Vidal's action as commis
sionor as ho expected to mako out of that
"Farrand bad a claim against tho Pe
ruvian govornmont for taking away from
hima charter to build a horse-railroad, for
which ho claimed damages to tho amount
of $300,000. He received, however, less
than $50,000 upon this claim ; whilo if
Wthoy had not been defrauded of tho
olBo which ho bariraincd for with tho
Donts and paid lor, Farrand expected to
receivo ounor tno wnoio or his claim or a
very largo proportion of it. Besides, ho
did not oxpect, in tho ovent of Withey's
appointment, to encounter any such heavy
expensos as actually fell upon him, in
presslnff his claim before tho commission.
"Now, tho unsettled question on which
information has been hoped from Mr.
Wlthoy is not whether Gonoral Grant's
brother-in-law sold theso appointments for
money, for that point is al read v admitted:
but whether tho $3,000 paid to Dent for.
wimey s appointment as commissioner
really tho money of Wlthoy or tho money
of Farrand. On this question Mr. Wlthoy
might cast a good deal of light, and wo
trust ho will not continue to withhold it."
Robertson states that the " veilod woman,"
to whom tho papers have referred, is a
rosldent of Sprlngfleld, Illinois, and is
most dangerously fascinating. Sho Is by
no means a lewd woman, but of respecta
ble connections, wealth and high position,
and has sent a letter to Mrs. It. begging
that she might not bo exposed.
The history of the case Is, that sho sent
a letter to Mr. Robertson when ho was n
pastor In Springfield, requesting blm to
call and sco hor, because sho was in trouble.
He had his suspicions concerning her, nnd
refused to go, for tho reason that sho
ought to consult her own pastor. Her re
2ueU became so frequent and urgent that
he finally went, upon his wifo's suggestion
and afterward foil beforu tho intrigues of
this captivating woman. Mrs. Robertson
acknowledges tho fact of her husband's In
toxication, but does not believe that he has
been criminally associated with tho lady
reforred to, and she therefore clings to
and defends him. Sho belloves blm to be
tho victim ol conspiracy lrorn a designing
WATER-proof Si. Louis Lager beer nt
tho Thalia Saloon, l'ercons who drink
it defy storms and dampness, and never
have occasion to pay a doctor bill.
8500,000 CASH DITTBIUUTION?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMBER as THE DAY
YOUIl TICKETS NOW Oil NEVER.
I'he va't sale ol ticket- alreadvinade. and
the increasing demand fur the'm lrorn all
quarters, havini; determined the Tratee
that the GRAND GIFT CONCERT for the
benefit of the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KEN
TUCKY, adverted for SATI IIDAY. ,-EP-TEMRKR'JS.
ls72, diall po-ltlu-ly come off
on that day without postponement, the maii
ugeiuent now notifies all who expect to par
ticipate in the drawing that tliev -hould liuv
their tickctt at once. Det.iv fo'r u few da
eau.-eil many who wanted ticket at the Con
cert In December Iat to fro without them.
Somo lit ing In l.otiiiille waited until mIo
were closed, expecting, no doubt, u post
ponement, and then ollered lilUcn, tuentv,
and even twontv-thc dollar", for ticket
which the day before were offered to pur
chafer at the regular price. Other living
at a dhtance ncnl thousand.- or dollar.'' by
mail and express, which got here after rales
were closed, und lnul in In- sunt li'inL-
The disappointment need not occur again
If the warning now glvcu In due eaon N
The drawing will beiriu tir.wl.i-h- nt
o clock .Saturday morning, September !,
JSH. In the great hall of the Public l.ibraiv
buildlng.and continues until the one thous
and gilts are all drawn.
LIST OK GIFTS.
FALLEN I'lUACHlCR VINDICATED 11V HIS
WOMAN.TH,! V,CTIM K A DKS,QN,Na
From the Troy (N. v.) Time-, Aug. ill.
This morning we woro shown u letter
from the wife of Rev. Gilbert II. Robert
son dated at Louisville to a prominent
gentleman of this city, In which sho do
fends him from somo of tho calumnies
utterod against blm for tho mere purpose
of sonsation. It is well-known that Mr
Robertson, when in this city, was so'mol
times intoxicated, but ho was not Ikon
tlous. That is the most serious charge
against him at tho present time. Mrs
One Grand Gift, Cah...
One Grand Gilt, Ca.h. .
4 GllUof -.,O0Oeaeh..,
. .. fiO.OOO
. 10,000 "
. 11,000 "
. 8,000 "
. 7,000 "
. 5,Ot)0 "
. 4,000 '
. :i,ooo "
, ts.ooo "
. 15,(NN) '
, 10,W)O "
. 17,500 "
, 21,0(10 "
. 'JO.OIKJ "
, 1(5,000 "
, (11,'JOO "
Trincipnl Offico 104 Fifth St., Uiu., O
THE ONLV RKLIAHLE GIFT BIST1UDU
TION IN TIIE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj. X). SXITB'S
To be drawn Monday, October 7th, W2.
One Grand Oai-ital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
Onk 1'kize $5,000 in Silver!
FivePrizos $1,000 9 (
Flvo Frizes 600 g. GREENBACKS
Ten Frizes 100 g- (
Two Family Carriage and .Matcehd Horse
wllh Silver-Mounted Uarncs.-. worth 91,500
Two ilorc nnd liturgies with silver-Mount
ed llariie, worth ?!00 each!
Two Fflie-tolicd Rosewood I'ialio.s wortli
95( w each!
six Family Sewlnif Machine", - worth
1500 ciold and SIIcr Lever Hunting
Watches worth from 920 to 9-'Un) eaelv
Ladle"' (told l.eontliie Chains (lent'H Gold
Vet Chain-, Solid an. Dollblcd-l'latcd
SlUej Table and Tcaxoiis 1'hotograpli
Alliums .lewerly. Ae., Ac.. Ac.
Whole number (ilft, lo.ooo. Ticket" l.lml
ted til 50,0ml:
AGENTS WANTED TO SEI.D TICKET;
To whom Liberal rreuiluiii" will be paid
ciiil'ic iickei-six Ticket" vio; i wch
Tickets 920; Tweiity.le Ticket" 910.
ClriulnrscontKinlDK it full list of prizes, le
scrirtlonof the manner ol druxlo. and othn
luformatiou in reference lo the Ulntributlun, lll
uk trm 10 maj one orueripj inein. All leller
mupi oe i jrerii to I,. D. si.nk, hox, so,
orriri, Cincinnati, 0.
1(11 WeiUih ,t. nor-wAdtr
MISSOURI STATU LOTTKUV.
iKOALIZED 11 V .JTATK AUT1I0R1TV AMI
Drawn in I'uiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class I, ro iik Drawn Sept. 30, 18
0,880 Frizes. Amounting to J300.000.
i rnze 01 HH7v"J
M l'rUof . UO
' of .. l,uo
9 " of .. &)
" Of .. 300
a " of .. !M
30 " Of Vt
a " of .. iso
" Of 1M
UH " of .. 1U
Tickets. $5: Ouarte
TICKetS. 2 00.
Our lotttrlen re chirlered bjr tit gtte, are
niwajs urxwn i me nme nameu, and an uraw
Ing" are under the auperriiiOD of morn com
The offkial drawing will l. tmlJI.hed In tli
St. Loult iper anil a copy aeut to purchaser!
Wewlll draw ailmllar ncheme the last day of
fiery month during the year 172.
Remit at our rllc by pottntfice money order,
reiiiHereil letter, dran or nrjre... Hen.i tnr fir
cular. Addre.s MURKAT. MILLER A CO..
P. U. box 2W. tit. Louli, Mo.
Total 1,000 Glfl", all Cash 9500.000
The Concert Iti-elf w ill be the moit brilliant
orchestral display that ever occurred in the
est. One hundred tierfonner.-, gathered
from all parts of thin countrv aiid from
Lurope, under the direction o'f I'roftor
IJaH. will contribute to thin jn-and mu.-lcal
carnival. And to afford ample room for
eer ucKct-iioiuer to enjoy Mich an unu-ual
HATCHELOll'S HAIK DYE.
1 hi' superb hair dve U thv be-t in the
worm perrectly harmle-", reliable and In
stantatieoiis odiaiipoliitincnt. Theiren
nine W. A. HatchtlorV Hair Dye produce"
Immediately anaturalblackorbrown. Docs
not etaln the -kin but leaves the hair cleans
solt and beautiful. The onlv safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold. bv all druggists Fac
tor), 10 noiiii street, . v.
Happy relief to young men from the effects
f ivijriuuuim.ui "i ciiui, uuu umi-us in early Hie. -ManilOOU
musical festival, the Concert will be glen In l restored. Impediment' to Marriage re-
ueen maue to accommodate all wlio
1'er.soii' holding whole, half or ouarter i
tickets Will be adm tied to lmtli Die l'nn 1
an j ura win?, anu none without Mich ticket"
w in ue auiniiieu to elllier.
I'JtlCE Ol' TICKETS.
Whole tickets, 910; halves, 95: ouarter.
92.50: ll whole ticket" tor Allan ''7 i,ir a-i-.-.
Mllor500; Ii:i for 91,000; i, for 9J..VH)
.ii.i lor vj,ooo. rsoUI-count on le-s than 9llsj
wunu oi uckcii ai H tune.
in accordance with numerous solicitations,
arrangements have been made with all the
railroad and steamboat lines leading into the
city for round-trlp tickets good for six day,
to all persons who mav wi.li to uti-ml t'lu.
Concert or Drawing. Such tickets will be
lurnisni'ii iiv inn un .v nm v..i.viii..
Railroad, the Loiiisvllle.Cliu'Iiiiniii ami l.r.
lngton Railroad, the Louisville Indianapolis
and Madison Railroad, the Ohio and Ml-!".
sippi iiauroau me LiililsVllIu and Citiclniiatl
Mallboat Line and the Loulsillu.Uweiisboro
and Henderson Mail Line l'ackets.
All iiL'ontfl are remilreil to idn... i..,i,.u ...,.i
make their return lu full time to reach this
otllce by Thursday, Seiitember 25. To do
this successfully those located at great dis
tances must closo some days before tho 25th.
ivu uckcih to wuicn guts are awarileU will
be Il.lill W'ithOIlt discount I.V 1 1 . I'.nn.r.'
and Drovers' Hank, either In ciiircncy.or bv
sight draft upon the Fourth National Hank
or New York, at the option of the holder.
J he tickets must tlrst bo presented at this;
olilce, Room No. 4, l'ubllu Library building,
inuj , ii, uu iium uy tiie oaiiK.
The drawing will bu published In the
I.oiilnvillc tinners and N'ew York llpt-.M i,.i
olllclal copies sent to purchasers, to whom
tickets have been seutliy letter.
T1IOMAN E. I1KA.MI.ETTK.
Agent I'ublio Library orKy., liiblle Library
HillldlnL'. Louisville Ky. 'J-codAw2w
CIIKNJSV & WILCOX.
Hotel ami Steamboat
Groceries. Veuetuhlek. liinni. I'.uilirv
vi. i. t...... v- .,T ; j '
i .on, ,s, ..uiuiuiii iiiuier, c.,
COBNEK KIOUT1I STKKKT AND WAH1II0T0N
JSTGoodi) delivered free of charge.JEJ
W A "NTTWTi Wc wi" i4e nK'le
It nil XJJ17. men and women
RUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
from 91 to 98 per day, can ho pursued tit your
own homes, and Is Mrlctly honorable. Send
iui sauiiiu'H iiiai win enuii e von to i.o to
..'neb ... I ,
.1. LATHAM A- I'fl
IMCt. Washington St.. Hoston.Mass.
CAIRO CITY COAL
it prepared to supply customer with the Us
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left nt lliilllilav it
oiiio levke. or at the Coal Yard below the
fin. T 'r,e".lJotcl) wl receive prompt attcn
fc.iV'H THa Montauk" will bring coal
"""b""" icauiers at any hour.
aim remarKaoie remedies Hook and crlcii
lar sent free, In sealed envelops
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION. No
'J south Ninth st., Philadelphia, l'a. an In
stitution having a high reputation for honor-
aoie conuuci aim proiesrioual skill.
An Agent, male or female, in evcrv townshli.
io sell tho o.ni.v standard book o'f the kltiil
" l OujIANAN S DICTIONARY OK KV
KRV DAY WANTS."
.ouuinliig'Ji.Oijo Receipts In every depart-
...uu. vt iiiiiii.ii, i'iiui i, ci'st peryear saeu
l. every one who ha It. Kverj- body wants
., L...X- ,...... ....... . . ...
!,.. .r.i.i nwi. nuinii us soon as ouereil,
t-iO per .week, sure. I2XTR.V TKRMS.
Agents will miss it if they do not addreai
Continental Publishing to., f,i:i N. sixth
.ureet, si. j.oui. w-yin
I'AIII, . NCIIUIl, Art.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
HAVK protod, from the most ampin exper
leuce, hq entire auccesst Himtile Promiil-
fctticlerit and Bliabl. Ther are tha only rnedl.
i. u.ip.itci.11; nuapicu m fiulliar use BO Him
pit, tuat mlatakei cannot be made In uslnic themi
sn harmless as lo be free from danger, ami so
efficient a to be alwaji reliable. They hareraln-
.... in. iuKiici. i-uuiiiiouciuuunB iroin an, anu will
:( render satisfaction,
1, Lures re vera, conKestion, Indammations.W
1 U'n.mu n-v... ...r... .. ...
J's-yliiit-colic orteethlnKol infants...M
Ulrrtiuea, of children anil aUulta..,2S
Ifynrnitirj, Krlplntf, b-lloii" collc.-W
Cbolerit. colds, lironchltus w
Nciirularla, toothache, faceaclia....'
IlandHchei, sick headache, vertlitoM
Ityapcpaln' bdloiu stoniache.....?..i
Hiilten,too profuse perioda...,
(.'roun.couuh. dlfflcull Lreathim
NaURIienin, Krynlpelas, Kruptlon25
Hliauiaallsm, rheumatic paiuj U
tSy,rf ftaA" y.ohlll lever.aguesM
Film, hlind or l-leedlnx to
Ophtlilrmy, and sore or weak eytM
( alarrn, acme or ehroulc, InUueutaMi
Antliuia, oppressed hreathinit 60
wjht viacnargea.imnalred heariniiU)
Uvsieral neblllly, physical weak.&b
iruuaj uu scaniy secretions 60
Nea Nlt'knttMN.Kickneaa from ridluBlo
Ulduoy-UUewMe, (Iravel , .,,50
Ncrvoua Debility, .emlnal erMs.
slons.Infoluntarv Uisc.ar((e .1 oo
II ve;iloxes,wllh one t2 vial of powder
very necessnrr in aerloui i b.. r, j
Nor Moutb, canker uu
Falnful I'erloUa, vrithspasma 60
nuninu(SicnPK ot iu ..1 UO
ulcerated sore throat 60
KPlleij;,apBma, St. Vltui'dance.l (si
Ol 39 to 00 Inrire vlala.
orroaewood caae. Mniaininy
aiirclUe for every ordinary ifla
raaeafasully lamibjsct to, and
beoka prdlreetlotia from 110 to 126
smaller raiuil jr and Travellnsr ca-es,
xi.iu ooviiiis irom siii to
Rpeciflolor all Private Dlaeaaea,
both lor CurlBK and ror Preven
tive treatment, In vials aim pocket
cases ta to Ii 00
liyei, lllcelliiK or the I-uns, Noi
i-rioe,oot.,ou on.i l'lnt,l 60; Quarta, 11 76.
SP'lhese remediea, except Pond's Kitract, by
le case or alntiln oox, are sent to any part of the
iiiutry, by mall or express, treo o( charce, on
Kielpi or the price,
IIUMKOPATIltd MRntntNP I'll
Otfice and Depot, No, 6fli llroadway, New-Tnrk.
VOH HALE BY J. Q, HCIIUli, CAIRO, Ills.
. Bruiaea. Lameness, Uoreneaa.Hore
Ins. Toothache. Karachi. NVumU,.
, LurnbAgo, Piles, Holla. Htlnna. sore
e, titomach, or
Our Homo Advertisers.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. '72
C. HAN NY.
KKMTUCKY JKANB, XXTRA,
LARUE STOCK OF CARK4TING
01 LT HANDS,
Ilia Kntlre Ntork
VERY LOW FIOURKS.-
COHNKHStII HT. AND COUUKHCIAL-AV.,
HARRY WALKER 4 CO., Prop'rt.
This houe is newly Btted up with two
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
.-suitable for all kiuils or
The saloon Is stocked with the Rett
ure compounded In the most approved style
tSTCotiie and see for yourself. They keen
on hand a line stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE A'D IIOL
are Miread niornliu; and eveinmr at nlu
o clock, at which all are Invited to partic
pate free ol charge. 8-i:lilil
MOOT ANU MUOK NTOUE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., n-aar Atbonoum.
Keep on hand a Kod assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SUOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkm and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy toll at tbe
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
WUUIM WOOD I wooiii
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
A Cheat. If ssot Ckunan
n?, i " .wood dealer In Culro. Leave 'order
. "I"11'" ,he l'otofflce and at Ross
.i2SMrJ.on Commercial avenue, between
lenth and twnlrth .i.i. o.i tm.,i.
, J- n.vw.a, uhuu. ,,uw.a.
give good measure und wlUcord tbe wood
up if desired.
uusiu-ll DENNIS HALEY.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCI
DAY OK THE DRAWING FIXEl
FROM SKI'TEMHER l!8tli.
To tiik PtirtMc:
The Trustees ol the I'ubtln Ml
Kentucky being satlslled from the large n:i
ol tickets already made, and the dally i
ireaslinr (Icinaliil for llicin. Hint llinr., illli
no occnalon for tmitiinnlnir llu. b..rwl .lm'
ing In the Ola Concert In aid of the Puhl?
i.iorary oi Kentucky, have instructed rac, f)
I heir agont and manager of the OinConcei i
loaavlnlhn nni.iin ...I .it..i.ni.i.. .i.i
the drawlnv .in ..i,i....i. nk ..i A
fjeptember 28th ,,rox., and will not he pot?
. oncd. An activo demand for tickets comS
Irom every; State and Territory oftlio Unitt
htates, and from the Canadae, giving assul
ancctolhc Trustee, that no Ulrcumstan.j
A stifllclciit clerical force Is engaged I
keep tin with the ordcra Tor ticket?, and I
order that tills ofllco may be relieved of tli
llnllloli.n Itri.ullrn Ini.tiln... .1... I.... i. . t.
Ihc week or two Immediately preceding tin
, i,K:iiii urpcciaiiy, anu tnose tleMil
oils of procuring tlckcln, nrc requested tjj
iiiuueuiaiciy, an salil
UL'lll llfll'n tr I... Ia...I ,.. .,. ...... ...
.......... i. ,.,i.n(-,j Hi iiinu io inaKC mi
ncccM-ary iirciiaraiions lor the drawing.
' the wloli of the management to till evt
artier for n tlpLi.t. wnii nu . ...n -,i .
, ------ - , ..v.. n ... sen HH II
ticket. 1,111 flint, U'lin ntmlt lln., ... II.
ii i im , . 11 muni, in
le supplied i and If thoe who put off huylnl
intll sales are clocd havo tlielr money nl
liirncd In-tend of the tickets ordered, as 11
till! lint flirt f'omw.rt Im I ...,,. , I.
llioiijandi of dollars that camo too late werl
cm nacK, nicy win nae none to blame htl
THOS. E. BRAMLKTTK,
Atltnt PitlUc Libraru WrnhisLu
f.i,,,av.,.i. L-. A........ . .n.riL I
E V E X I X (J
;"ls;r;T.j j k,;
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TOOIVKA MORC UMl-OHJI A.Vtl PLEASANT
IICAT, TO t'Se LESt WOOD, AHE ilOHK
CAiirruLi.v riTTEii, akk uoke
EASILY AND CUE A TLY MOUNTED,
ARE U.VIJEK MORE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONGER,
Glvr better 'atlilsctlon. and sold for a
i.ess mcc tiian any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
In the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDEKSOX,
Cairo Box and Basket Co.,
.Manufacttircri of and Dealer In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Ila Ing the kolc right in this city to tuc thf
FULTON DRY KILN,
the ht'fct Patent Kiln evtant. un are f.nc.
dally prepared to liirnl-h at all times, on
the Miortct notice,
rilOHOl.(lllI.Y .SEASONED l.U.MHKIt.
Attention Ii called to our xtock of
A X l
l.tunber delivered to auv part ol the city.
Ordcrx received at the ofllce of
S AFFORD, MORRIS A: CAXDEE,
or at that of the comiiany, corner of JHtb
street and Ohio levee atlir!!Ad.1in.
On KlKhthHtrpet,liwen Commercial and Wali
iik.vii A,ruuH, la uai:r receiving
NEW MILLINERY Q0ODS
LATEST tSI'HINO AND SUMMER STYLES.
Iluuiles a lull line of
BOITNBTS & HATS
(Trimtned and untrlmmed,
FRENUa KLOWEltS. RIBIION3, THlilMlNGa
of all kinds, Laces, etc., etc.
lira. McOee lias alao a Urge aasortmeat o
Fancy Articles, such aa
XECK Tl.a, C0I.LAE9. UNDERSLEEVEa.
And all other articles usually lound In a
FIRST-OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs, Mcdee, In addition to her stock of Fanor
and Millinery Goods, has a tine and complete aa
rortment ol Cincinnati Custom Mail Ladles
nd Misses' Hhoca and Children' lioot, Black
and In Colors. These are acknowledged to he
the finest and best shoos In tho market, and this
he only place In the city ttiat makes them a
DECORATIVE, SKIN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLINU
of every Description.
DfiCORATING' AND GILDING
In every style, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Gilding
Ordern solicited for .Scenery, Frcscoo and
Rainier Painting. f
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All work in
trusted to iny care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop in Perry House, corner of
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.