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3SDAT, SEPTEMBER 10, 1872.
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JOHN II. OBERI.Y, Editor and Pnhllther.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberiy ban reduced the subfcrlp
tton price of the Wbwcly Cairo Bullktin
to One DolUr per annum, making It tho
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois.
of New York j
FOB TICK PRUtDKNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR HKCRRTARY OF HTATK.
FOR AUDITOR OF TURLIC ACCOUNTS.
FOR HTATE TRKABURER,
CHARLES N. LANPUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNKRAI.,
JOHN B. EUSTACE. .
into hi llttlo bed by Andy Johnson, who
li already making arrangements to rock
him to deep, mother, rock him to deep.
As we march along, on the right
and on Iho left, many are the
cheers w bear, many are the torchlight
processions wo bohold, and hear smilos,
shouts and hallolujahs ringing speeches
startling, strone. well written odltorl-
tU.Ogltiby at Rock Istand.
Hero we havo eloquence a solid chunk
of it. Dick was more than usually drunk
and ho consequently soared. Ho not only'
as ho marches along, hears cheers, but
also hoars "smiles" and "startling, strong,
1 woll-writton editorials."
CtXRK 8UFRRMR COURT NORTHERN
CLERK BUFREMR COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
Wc arc authorized to announce C. K.
SLACK as a candidate for the office of City
Wc arc authorized to announce It. A.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for City
We arc authorized to announce JOHN J.
11ARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Wc are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wc are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., a a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November election.
The nomination by the New York
Liberals of tho Hon. S.S. Cox as their
candldato for congressman at large has
elicited tho following well-morilod tributo
to that gontlcman's character from tho
The soloction of our old Ohio friend, and
congressman from this stato from 185C to
1800. S. S. Cox. EiqmHs oonirrcssman-at-
large, is a deserved complimont to ono of
mo Brightest ana most nctivo intoiiccts
the country affords. In wit, ihrowdncis
and vivacltv. in lively and cncaelmz dopu
lar eloquence, ho has not his peer in con
gress or on tho stump. Ho will introduco
into tho Now York conflict tho piquancy
and tho ardor of our Western contests.
Thopcoplo in tho Intorlor of New York,
who may novor have heard Mr. Cox, will
bo delighted with him, and upon his elec
tion ttioy win una ono ot mo best repro
scntatives in congross they over hud.
Strikes havo become epidemic in Kn
gland. Tradesmen of different kinds in
various places aro idlo tho chair-makers
at Laycomb, tho coal men of Lowestoft,
tho silk weavers of Sudbury, tho stone
masons of Preston, the bakers of Dub
lin, the engineers of Blckenhead, tho pot
lert oi mnuorutmre aro nil on a
strike." In London, tho carpenters, brick
layers, painters, masons, etc., havo united
in their demands for higher wagos and
havo all ceased work, and the Journeymen
butcbors of tho city Aro preparing for a
strike. Tho effect of tho uni
versa stoppage of labor of
nearly all kinds ennnot but provo
disastrous to Undo and productivo of u
vast amount of suffering among the poorer
classes of Eongland.
NAPOLEON IN ENGLAND.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff ut the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON LUVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff of Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
U. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decN-
slon of the Democratic Convention
Qratz Brown expects to go to Missis
Fifteen millions is tho amount believed
to bo awarded by tbo Geneva arbitration
to the Unitod States.
party, with their Income of $80,000 a year,
couldn't long enduro Brighton. English
snobbery overpowered them. Tho Em
peror could not sit in his balcony at tho
Grand hotel and enjoy the sea without the
street below being black with starors.
When heand Eugenlo wentoutfor a walk,
the Admiring English blocked thopromon
ado with thoir devotion. They clutchod
at tho hem of tho imperial dry goods, and
tho imperial majesties wero dralnod of Im
perial vlrtuoi. Moreovor It was rumored
that thecommtinisls woreabout iho police
had detoctod them nnd Eugenlo became
nervous tborefrom, and so on ycslerdny
thoy loft the Grand Royal hotel for tho
Iilo of Wight.
CASTELAR ON RUSSIA.
WHAT SHE REPRESENTS.
The telegraph has married Pcro Hya
cinths to three or four ladlos and given
him several mothers-in-law.
The Qutncy 'Herald' forcibly romarks
that "to vote for Grant is to vote for
what," and we are of the tamo opinion.
The drought of the present season has
been wide-spread. In many portions of
the south it has not rained for over fifty
The largeit barbecue ever given in the
world is expected to take placo nt Louis
ville on tbo occasion of the peace re-union
in that city to-morrow.
St. Louis had a rousing Liberal meet
ing on Saturday night last. A crowd,
estimated at six tbousund, wero addressed
by Frank Blair in a stirring speech.
Forrester, tho suspected murdorer of
Nathan, whose mysterious taking off
in New York city a year or songo created
such wide spread interest, was nrrostod in
Washington city on Saturday last. Re-
wards to the amount of sixteen thousand
dollars, which do not include the sum
offered for the Nathan murder, havu been
offered for Forrester.
The New York 'Tribune' tays of the
Vermont election : "If our friends will do
'as well in other states as in Vermont, we
hall have nothing to fear. Look at the
1 following table ot tho vote In Vermont :
Republican vote, 1806, 44,107 ; Grant vote
'1872, 53,163; Loss 081. Democratic vote,
'1BC8, 12,0j5; Liberal-Democratic vole,
'1872,17,034; gain 5,080."
Gen. Cheatham, tho opponent of An
drew Johnson for Congressman in Ten
nessee, claims an election because when he
was llttlo boy bis mother put into hit
bands Weems' life of Washington, Be
ing a good little boy, Frank read the
book and grow up to bo a man, evory inch
or bits. We feel for him. Wo should
Jlko to f, in Congress, a man, who, when
XA Httl hoy, road Weems' life of Washing
.Us),' kttt we fear Cheatham will be put
scene at a iimonTON church a rin-
TURE OF ENGLISH FI.UNKKYIBM.
Brighton CorreMondeiit N. Y. World.
The city has numerous churches, includ
ing a number of nonconformities.
Among the latter is thnt of St. Mary
Magdalene, an unpretending little Catho
lic church, wboro on last Sunday morn
ing " his imperial majesty the empress of
tho French, ' and " tho princo imperial,"
as tho British association publishes them
in its Journal of momborship, attended
high mats. At un early hour a crowd
had gathered about tho church doors to
seo tho entrance of tho imperial party. A
woman in tho vestibulo pulled tho bell
ropo with one hand and held a basket of
coin in the other. " What is the admis
sion ?" wo asked. Any thing you please,mls,
only sixpence is tbo lowest." By tho
time mass began, tho church was full to
overflowing, and seats wero to bo obtained
at no price, lho ex-emporor, ex-empress
and the son ontered at the dido door, and
wero given scats near tho sanctuary, Tbo
three saints studiously participated in all
tno external acts oi uovotion. mo altar
bovs swung their consors, tho singers
squealed hideously, tho priest talked about
doing good nnd its reward, pcoplo stood
up, craning out thoir necks to catch
gllmpsos of the back of tho heads of tho
illustrious, and very little real worship
was enjoyed. Outsido tho scone wa9 very
ludicrous. Hundreds of people, had gath
ered to sen what was to be seen. Napo
leon's coachman, with his brown-lined
baroucho, nnd silver-plated harnoss bear
ing tbo Surroy shield nnd shining over
mettled iron gray horses, commanded the
principal entrance At the
sldo door stood tho footman
and a policomnn, constantly endeavoring
to keep tho way open. The footman kept
up a ilerco harranguo with ono poorly clad
woman who stood quito in tbo way, but
had boon standing two hours to see tbo
emperor. At length a very largo limn
probably tho biggest man in Brighton
rushed in tho front door of tho church,
and then lack nnd into tho tido ontranco.
His locomotion, of course, cleared space
onough for their majesties, nnd ho soon
issued forth again at their illustrious head.
The majestic trio, togothor with nn accom
panying count somobodv, very quickly
cntorod tho carriage When thoy were
seated shouts went up Vivo I'Emporeurl"
while a few of tho gallants added "Vivo
l'lmporatrlco 1" Eugenie bowed and
smiled; tho emperor sat glum as a stick,
whilo tho imperial princo rose, doffed
bis hat, and bowed and smiled
most prodigally. Ono woman in
the crowd cried out, "Oh, what
a shamol" whilo what she considered
shameful was a matter of doubt. Eugonlo
had on the simple Alpine hat she had
worn to tho Stanley mooting nnd a rich
and lustrious black silk dress, with black
lace trimming over whlto. She- has n
goodly sized waist, very sloping shouldors,
and her "golden hair" was put in Chate
laine braids at tho back, Louis and bis
son were plainly dressed in black, with
stovepipe hats. Tho ex-cmpcror, takon
trom any point or view, is a very remark
ably vicious looking creature Thu back
of bis head and neck is animal in tho ex
treme, his faco Mophlstopholic. Tbo
"prince" is nearly as tall as tho ox-omporor,
has very heavy black hair, which ho wears
parted oown tno miuaio. ins complex
ion is dirk, his eyos a very light gray or
ome; ins nose, wmcn is largo at tno base,
is concavo whero his fathers is convex,
and his largo ears stand out from his head
in compielo contrast to the ox-emperor.
Ills look and smile, although disciplined to
suavity, is treacherous and insincoro. Now
and then an Englishman is to be met who
would die sooner than cheer "his imporial
majesty the emperor of tho French,"
although tho mujorlty of Englishmen, at
least in Brighton, teem anxious to shout
him back on tho French throno, if that
wero possible. 1 met ono or tho former
clast a day or two ago, who declared that
if ho wore asked to point uut thn tw
pertons who bad done the moat mischief
in tho world, he should tay tho ex-emperor
and his wife, liu moreovor assorted that
thero was not a drop of Napoleon Bona
parte blood in the veins of either father or
son, and that nolther of the three has any
more right to tho throno of Franco than
a New York boot-black, which expression
is tho only potltivo ono I havo heard fall
from the lips of an Englishman. An
tJngltthraan ia novor positive of anything.
Ho only thinkt a thing is
so, and whenever he does
express nn opinion he does so with a timid
ity and caution as if ho feared an onslaught
from Windsor castle. But tbo imperial
Emlllo Castolar's paper on tho Republi
can movemont in Europe, In tho Septem
ber numbor of 'Harper's Magazine con
tains tho following allusions to Russia :
Tho Russian Empire to-day reprcsonts
tho Sclavonic race, and to an understand
ing of tho stato of ideas among tho Rus
sian peoplo our efforts should bo mainly
addressed. In evory race- somoono nation
takes tho load, and becomes it9 representa
tive for a time. In tho earlier stage of
ancient history tho Greeks typified our
llellono-Lntln race, and in its second
stago tho Romans. In modorn history,
from the ond of the flfteonth to tho end of
tho sixtoentb century, the Spanish nation
becomes tho roprcsontativo of tho Latin
racos;andin tho seventeenth and eigh
teenth century tho scepter passes Into tho
bands of tho French, who havo continued
to boar it until thoir rocent calamities be
foil them; nnd now, perhaps, it it about
to return nnow to tho nation which wiold-
ed and lod tho van in ancient history to
tho Italian peoplo, ono and independent,
allied with Prussia, masters of tno groat
city called Romo, and holding a monarchi
cal fleldom in tho very capital of that vatt
Mpanisn ismpiro wmcn wrought me sun
itsolf among the emblems in its crown.
Tho samo thing has occurred with other
nations. From its foundation to tho
Peace of Westphalia tho Austrian Empire
represented in tho World tho Germanic
raco. isut since tue reaco oi wettpnuiin
until our own time the representative
placo has belonged to Prussia. And in
the Anglo-Saxon race tho representation
pertained to England for three centuries,
until, toward tho ond of the last century,
tho divlno right passed to tho young na
tion which dominates tho New World,
and by its example summons it to Inde
pendence, whilo with tho light of Its insti
tutions it dazzles tho Old World, and calls
it to bo freo.
And so, to-day, tho nation, which haras
ses the tribes scattered on tho banks of
the Danube ; which thrusts Itsolf betwoen
tho Greeks and their ancient conquerors,
tho Turks; which absorbs Poland by
force; which sustains Bohemia in tho
steady recovery of its old autonomy;
which is nt onco n standing menace to
Scandinavia and to Germany, to tho Em
pire of Austriaand to thoEmpiro of Con
stantinople; which, in Its onward march,
disputes tho palm of Asiatic domination
with all-powerful England, ana wnicn
glories in disciplining under tho glaivo of
its Emperors of fourtoon distinct nationali
ties, whoroby it may enrry civilization to
tho Orient, and infuso new life into tho
West tho nation which is animated by
all theso divcrso ideals, and boars all these
vague- hopes in its heart, in Russia, which
belioves itself called to bo tho solo expo
nent of all tho Sclavonic peoples of tho
HOW THE SOUTHERN STATES ARE PLUN
DERED. The table below, says a Memphis paper,
oxhiblts tho dishonesty of carpct-bng ofli
clnlf, compared with a native. The fig
ures in theso tablos will oxplain how tbo
south has been robbed, and why a carpet
bagger it detested by our people:
6 ts Si ii - S K St -
4- -t 2 5 5 1! s.1 j S3
iriiiiii ' s-ii
oo o c o ooo 2 H 2
3E3SCSS33 7 .
Now comparo this with tho internal
revonuo expenditures whore it is collected
by natives or rcspoctablo residents, instead
of imported adventurers:
2!S S W
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JC3.. . ts '
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C 'J. d- .
S3! S V
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n n n n n
B S S 3
o o o o
t n a
it -i n
Thus itlwlll bo soon not only is tho dif
ference onormous botwoen tho collection
and expenditures of tho larger and most
populous states, but in West Virginia, a
stato where $027,000 it collected, lost
money is expended than in Mississippi,
where only $238,000 is collected; and
only $2,000 more it exponded in collect
ing over $5,000,000 in Missouri than in
North Carolina, whero only $1,302,000 is
collected. The samo men who thus
plunder tho Federal Government rob tho
stato Governments of tho south. Tho
ccntui of 1870 shows a decline of one-fifth
in the area of improved lands tinco 1800
in thuso ttatos which havo beon recon
structed under carpet-bag and negro
governmontt, and a decline of from o no
third to two-thirds in tho value of farms
in them. In South Carolina under,
u government wholly Republican and
two-thirds nogro, tho value of lands has
fallen to one-third of the valuo in 18G0,
and tho numbor of ncros improved has de
clined one-third, If wo look to Georgia,
whore, undor carpotbag and negro rule,
culminating in a governor who hat ab
sconded with hit pockots and trunks full
of stato bonds (Bullock.) wo tlnd that tho
area of landt improved hat declined from
8,000,000 acres in 1800 to 0,000,000 acros
in 1870, and tho valuo of farms tint fallon
from $175,000,000 In 1800 to $9 1,000,000 in
1870. In Alabama, under carpotbag rulo,
ono-flfth of tho land cultivated in 1800
lies wasto. Tho valuo has declined
from $176,000,000 in 1800 to $07,000,000
In 1870, or nearly two-thirds; and in
Arkansas, undor carpotbag rulo. taxes are
four and ono-balf times greater than in 18
00, and tho valuo of tho whole lands of the
State hat declined one-half. In Louisiana
tbo Stato and local debts run upfront $11,-
000,000 In 1800 to $07,000,001 In 1870.
Tbo taxes aro doubled, tboaronof cultivat
ed landt has declined ono-flfth, nnd tho
value of lands hat doclinod In tho enormous
proportion of two-thirds, or from $204,000,
000 in 1800 to $G8,000,000 in 1870, Horo
aro a few facts bearing upon tho question
of business prosperity under Grant's ad
ministration, which Southern men at least
can appreciate. If Grant should bo ro-oloct-ed,
his carpotbng governments would bo
continued, and undor tboso governments
tho ruin of the Southern States would
bo completed. Tho gang of
plundorors by which thoy aro Inlestod
would bo retained in tho scrvlco of thoir
mastor at Washington, and feeling sccuro
agnlnst punlthmont, they would ontor
with ronewed zeal upon tho work of spoil
ation. Thoir motto Is 11 Lot us prov"
spoiling it with an o and folthfully would
they act up to it. Whero would tho "busl
nett prosperity" of tho South bo then I
The prosperity of tho North is to a great
extent dopendent upon that of lho South.
Tho more latter produces tho richer tho
manufacturers nnd traders of tho formor
will become As long as tho carpetbag
and mongrel govornmonts of tho South
contlnuo, to long will Northern business
men count their annual losses by millions
upon millions of dollars.
OVER T11K FALLS.
A 11ETRAYED WOMAN SEEKS REST
From the Rochester Domocrat.
On Monday evening a young woman of
propotsosting appearance, uppcarcntiy
twenty-four or twonty-llvo ycais of ago,
came to too Jioniougic House, near tno
suspension bridge Sho registered her
name ns Miss G, Booth, Stratford, Conn."
Sho remained at tho Montenglo until Wed-
1 .. .. mn.MuM r. .. . ...I
sho disappeared, leaving her bill unpaid.
At the failed to return, inquiry was mndo
in rcgardlto hor, nnd thu man who suporln
intends tho elevator, by which peoplo do-
tconuto view tno rapids, declared that n
womnn answering to bur description had
gono down to tho rivor during tho day nnd
lauou 10 roturn. un tno same day nr.
Mathows, of Philadelphia, whilo walking
along tho bunk of tho river ubovo tho
whirlpool, observed nn envelop sticking
in a crevice between two rocks, un tuk
taking it up he found tho following re
quetton ho outsido: "Will tho Under
plcaso tend the inclosed noto to Charley
Clarke, Stratford, Conn., nnd oblige one
who it but ono tton from otcrnltv."
The following is n copy of tho lcltor,
which was written in un elegant hand,
on -Monieagio house paper :
"Deau Charley: I waited nt Mont
oagle'nnxtously watching for yourjcomlng,
until, at last, tho truth has dawned upon
me that you havo deserted nnd deceived
mo, I novor can stand tbo exposure of
my disgrace, and in my present stato of
mind. I havo decided on u step, and wish
no longor to live. Your cruel desertion
hat driven mo mnd. Twico I havo been
to the river, but tho bono that vou miL'lit
yet come saved mo. But now hope has lied,
and my brain it on Ore.
"Une Whom lou Have Betrayed."
Fctchter is " broke " again.
Capt. Hall hasn't sightod the North
Susan B. Anthony hates II. G. Susan
li, is a virago.
Tho Rev. Mr. Tickle-cm runs a Baptist
church in Iowa.
Tho oldest man in Indiana died ncain
in Clay county last week.
Seward's book, written by Olive His
ley, is about ready for delivery.
Catacazy lays bo didn't oiler to toll lilt
anti-Flsb pamphlet in London.
John Alphabet Abbott is lettering an
other book, not on Napoleon this time.
Judgo Barnard, thu impeached, is go
ing into tho tobacco business with tho old
Two of tho British lawyers nt Genovu
aro Jews fcir G. Josslu and Mr. Arthur
Dclazot is in her seventy-tilth year, but
she dances " with thu most elegant dexterity."
A Frenchman who accompanied Na
poleon to Moscow is still boarding in Mus
James Steeplo Mucknyc, Delsarto's dis
ciple, has returned to Europe to study
three years more
Olo Bull's flddlo is playing un accom
paniment to tho reluctant charities of thu
citizens of Norway .
Major J. M. Bundy, editor of tho Now
York 'Evening ilail'lian purchased an in
terest in that paper.
The Rov. Mr. Greeley, of Haverhill,
Muss,, it collecting materials for a gone
ogical memoir ot the Greeluy family.
Tho wifo of Dr. J. G. Holland has been
obliged to havo ono of her oyes lenioved
on accouut of itt diseased condition.
Tho smitten pool of tbo Columbia,
(Tcnn.) 'Herald dedicates a column of
poetry to "Miss Eloisc Cooper, u girl just
as gay as a trooper."
Jacob Thomtpon, of Mississippi, Secre
tary of tho Intorior, is the only Cabinet
officer ot Buchanan now alive who aided
Citizen Sambolcs, of tho Springfield
Mass, 'Republican,' confesses to an aver
age daily circulationjot 10,100 copies.
Mlhs Emily Fsithfull, who will thortly
arrive nore to discuss tno woman question,
is a lady of wealth nnd high social position,
and an intimato friend of Queen Victoria.
Sho dovotos her lifo nnd money to tho ole
valion of hor aox in remunerative employ
Tho Boston Globe thinks Mr. Stanley
Livingstone hat attempted to make water
run up mil in Airica. jjoosu t it know
that a Herald reporter who couldn't oiled
mat iittio loat with n is nyurauna ram
would at onco bo pumped out of position 7
Mr. Stanley las tent tho editor of tho
Now York llerald, by an American ship
direct irom Zanzibar, u superb brown dog,
which tbo Herald rather enthusiastically
detcribos at "larger than a lion." Tho dog
it u mixture ot tho St. Jiornard una some
Tho friends of tho Louisville Atwood
claim that tho magnificent forgorios chare
ed upon him were only breaches of con
fidence; that tho signatures of hit friends
wero genuine, though he filled up tho body
of tho drafts with larger figures than ho
was oxpoetou to,
H3TTho latest novolty in tho way of n
now fashion is tho revival of thu very old
method of droning tho hair. This stylo
brings nil tho hair to tho top of tho head,
nnd addt at loast two or throe inches to a
lady's height. Tho front hair is usually
arranged in pull's Just nbovo the forehead.
Boneath thetto puffs tho hair is frizzed.
Tbo back hair is brought up to tbo top of
tho head and arranged in a loose twist or
fluffed. Two or three long ends hanging
ow in tho nock aro added.
BSFTake a kottlo of very strong lyo,
and boat to boiling ; tako wire cage, similar
to acorn poppor, fill it with poaches and
dip into tho lyo for a moment then into
cold wator. With a coarto towel wlpo
oach poach, and tho rind will peel off
smoothly; then drop into froth cold water,
and tho operatlou it comploto. You need
havonofonr of Injuring tho flavor of
Go jo tho Thalia for the Cost Welti
beer in town 5-21dtf
Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
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0,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Trite of..
Tickots $10; Half Tickot", $5: Quarter
Tickots, 2 00.
Our lotterlea are chxrlrrrtl lir tho Ktntc. ire
Mwara clrnwn at the time nameil, anil all ctrnw
Ins are under the supervision of .Horn coin.
The official draw ni; Kill be nuhllnheil in the
St. Loui pajier ami n copy sent lo iurvhaera
We will draw atlinitnr scheme the tut day of
every month during the )er 1672.
IU-mitat nur risk by otnfrice money order,
registered tetter, draft or express. !end fur cir-
uiar. Address, jiuiikay, miLiI.kk a uti
I. U. box 2116.
sit. I.onls, Mo.
MK IAI. NUTIt-KN.
HATCH EJ.Oll'S II A IK DVB.
This suncrb hulr ilvo is tin- hot in the
world perfectly haniile.-, reliable and In
ftahtuneou. Noill-appointmcut. Tin; gen
uine W. A. Uatthelor Hair Uyo produce
nnmeiiiaieiy a natural macK or nrown. uoes
not stain the skin hut leaves the hair cleans
soft and beautiful. The only safi. nnd per
fect hair dye. Sold bv all druggist, f'ac
torv, lli llond street, Y.
Happy relief to young men from the effects
of error and abu-es in early life. .Manhood
restored. linpedlineutH to Marriage re
moved. Now method of treatment. Now
nnd remarkable remedies Hook and cricil
lar sent free, in sealed envelop-.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, l'a. an In
stitution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and iirofes-ioual skill.
An Agent, male or female. In everv town-hip
io sell the ONLY standard book of the kind
"YOUMAN'AN'S DICTIONARY OF EV
ERY DAY WANTS,"
Lontalnlng 'JiyxXt Receipt in every depart
ment of human cH'nrt. $100 per year aatud
lo every ono who has it. Everv body want
it. KVr.RY nonv iiuvu it a soon as offered.
10 per week, sure. EXTRA TERMS.
Agent will uilst It ir thoy do not address
Continental I'libll-hlng Co., M:s X. Sixth
Street, St. Louis. w-!liu.
PAUL U. NVIIUI1, AK't.
8500,000 CASH mTTMUUTIOfJ?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY
YOUIt T1CKKTH NOW Oil NEVER.
The vast tales ni ticket. already mndo. and
tho Increasing demand for them from nil
quarters, having determined the Trustee
that tho (IRANI) (1IKT CONCERT for the
benefit of tho PUHI.K.' LIBRARY OF KEN
TUCKY, nthcrtlvd for SATURDAY. SEP-
TEMHER !M. 187'.'. shall liosltlvelv come off
on that day without postponement, tho man
ngcincni now noiiiic nil wito expect to par
ticipate In tho ilrawliiL' that they should buv
their tickets at mice. Delay for a few days
caused many wuo waiucii uckcih at tno con
cert In December last to L'o without them.
Somu living In Louisville waited until sale
wero closed, expecting, no doubt, a post
ponement, anil then ottered lllleeli, twenty.
and oven tvventy-llvo dollars, for ticket
which tho day before were olleretl lo nur-
chasers at the reirtilar nrlce. Others 11 vlltir
nt a distance sent thousands nf dollar by
mall and express, which got here nller sites
were closed, and had to bo sent back.
These disappointment need not occur niraln
If the warning now given In due season Is
The drawing will begin precisely nt (I
o'clock Saturday morning, September 28,
1K?J, In the grent hall of Ihe-l'ilblli: l.lbrnty
nuiKittig.aiiti continue- until mo one tnotis
and gilt. are ull drawn.
One Grand (lift, Cash
One Gland Gilt, Cash,
I Gilts oft.'.lSMl each
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS OUKANTUU
TTAVE proved, from the most ample exper
11. lence, no entire ucces: Hnnpli Prompt
r.muirm nun nuimuio. incy lire mu only nieui
cines perfectly adapted In popular use bo sim
ple, that mistukes cannot bo made, in using them;
an harmless a lo bo free from danger, and to
etfleleqtaa to ho always reliable. They have rain
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
alwav render satisfaction.
1, Cures Fevet-H, congestion, Inflammations.!
2, " WorniN, worm fever, worm colio 25
3, " rrylnit-colie or teething otinfants.,,25
4, " Dlrrbitea, of children and dults,..2A
B, " Isyafistery, Krtpliig.b'llouH oolio..,23
, " t!nolri.norfiu, vomiting.... ZS
7, " Cholera, colds, bronchltu 2
8, " Nciiroljrlii, touthiche, faceache..,..M
I), " llemlftchea, Hick headache, vertlgoas
10, " ItjrHpepHln' bilious atornachu- 2S
11, " Nupprniaed.or painful porioda....2.'V
12, " MTiftcN, too profuse periods 25
13, " Croiiii, cough, illlllcult hreatlnng...25
II, " Malt Kheuiii, Eryalpelas, Eruptlon25
16, " Hheninatlsm, rheumatic pauia...M,23
lli, " rvprund AKUf.clilll lever, aguesM
17. " I'tltMs. bllnil or bleeding to
If), " Ophtlilriny, ami sore or weak eyeu5
III, " tfntarrb, aeuie or chronic, InflunniaWi
20, Whooplnsr-C'ough, violent coughsso
21, " AnIIiiiiu, oppressed breathing CO
22, " Knr MUchnrKea, imtmlred hearingW
2.1, " Ncrorula.enlarued glands awelliugv
21, dencral Debt Illy, physical weak.SO
ness . Ml
25, " IiropHyand BcantvSccretton Bo
2'), ' Nea Hlclrii(,lcKiies from ridlnuSO
27, " Hlduoy.lllMfwae, Oravel so
.o, nervuiiN iieDiiiiy, seminal en.ls
sluns.lnvoluntarr dlaui.argea i oo
Fl vo:Uoxea,wlth one (2 vial of powder
very necessary III aorlom easc,5 AU
2t, " Nor Moutli, canker 5n
30, ' tlrlnary Wcaknetta, wetting .eiM)
31, " l'nlnriil forlasilH, with spasm so
32, HullorllliriMl change of hie. .. ton
3.1, " Kpllepny.Bpaams.ljl.VltuiMance,! (si
31, IMptherlH. ulcerated eore throat 60
Ul 35 to OO larse vial, suororco
or rosewood eaxe, rontalnluira
peclllo for every ordliiary dlk
rnae n funilly lanubject to, aud
hooka of direction from S10tn25
mailer Faintly and Traveling- ca.es,
20ito 88 vials trorn (8J to it
Speclfio lor all Private HUeiiae,
both for tiurlnv and lor freveu
live treatment, mvlala aim pocket
cases ua to 5 OO
Cures Iltirna, Urutsea. Lameness, Borennss.Hnre
1 hroat, Hpiami, Teolhuche, Earache, Neuralgia
.'theumatisin, Lumbago, !'ilea, Doll, "tings boie
Kyea. like ling of the Lungs, Noso, Stomach, or
ot files Corns, Ulccrt, old Hores '
Price, 60s, 60 cla,; Pints, It 60; Quarts, SI 76.
Ihese remedies, exenut I'nnil'u i.'i,,,.., i...
the case or ulngle box, aro sent loony part of'lho
coiintry, by mall or expre.f, free of oharco, on
receipt of the price. '
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO.
Offlce and Dopd. No, 602 Ilroadway, New.Tnrk.
FOB BALfi 11Y f. O. bOHUH, CAIRO, HI,,
.. . Ml.OOO
Total I.inxI Gin, all CJa-Is f.VXUXxl
The Concert Itself will bo the most brilliant
orchestral ill-play that over occurred In tin
West. One hundred performer, gathered
from all parts of ihi country and Irom
Europe, under the direction of l'rofcssor
lla-t, will contribute to this L'raml musical
carnival. And to utford ample room for
every ucKci-noiuer to enjoy stieii an unusual
musical festival, thu Concert will lie L'lven In
Central Park, where, arrangement have
been made to accommodate all who may
l'er-on holding whole, half or iitiaiter
ticket will be iidinittHil to both the Concert
and Drawing, ami none without Mich ticket
will be admitted to either.
rmci: or tjcki:t.-.
Whole ticket, ?I0: halves. A,-, ; imartcr.
82.W; 11 whole ticket lorKxIj 27lor$2.Vi;
.VI for e.VxJ ; ll.'l Tor ?l.(xxi; -Jn'i (or 2,fW :
U'tt for .'i.OoO. No dl-coiint on le. than '!()
worm oi tlckels at n lime.
In accordance with uumeroti- solicitation-,
urraugeineiit have been made with all the
railroad and steamboat Hues leading into the
elty for round-trip ticket good for six day,
to all person- who maj wih to attend the
Concert sir Draw hit:. Such ticket will bo
ftirnl-heil by the l.ouisvillo ami Nashville
Railroad, the I.oul-villc, Cincinnati uud Lex
liitfon Railroad, thu Louisville liiillannpolls
and Madi-on Railroad, the Ohio anil Mi-l-slpnl
ltallroad the Lotil-ville and Cincinnati
.Alallhoat Line and the Louisville, Owcusboro
and lleinler.-oii .Mail Line Packet-. v
All as.'cnt are reqiilreit to clo-e sales and
make their return in full time lo reach thl
oltlcu by Thur-ilay, September U.'i. 'l'o do
till stlcces-lully thoo located nt great dl
tance inu-t clo-e ome ilaysbeforo the '2."tli.
All ticket to which gift are awarded will
be paid without ill-count by tho Fanners'
mid DiovcrV Hank, either In currency, or bv
sl.ht dnilt upon the Fourth National Ilaulc
of New York, at the option of the holder.
Tho ticket imi-t first be presented at this
otllce, Room No. 1, Public Library building,
before they w ill be paid bv the bank.
Tho drawing will bo ' ptiblMied In the
Louisville paper and New York Herald. and
olllcial copies sent to purcha-cr-, to whom
ticket have been sent by letter.
Agent I'liblleLlbrao-ofKv., l'ublle Library
ltuildlu'.'. Louisville Ky. tMlcoil.Vwiw
AXD IIIALta l!
EmiiTii Stbket, IJktwke.v Wamiiinoton
Adjolnloit UI'tPiilioiiNe and llanuy'.
Keep thn best or Ileet, ' Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sausage, etc., tid are prepared lo nrve
cltnena In the most acceptable, manner.
rutciikk anii deai.ek in all klnds or
CoilNKIt NlNKTr.XHl AND I'OI'LAIt Sis.,
Huy and slaughter-i only the best cattle
hogs and sheep, aud In prepared to 1111 auyde
maud for Ircsh meat Irom one pound to ten
thousand pou nils.
Our Homo Advcrtiscrsl
BILLIARD SALOON AND RAlt
ROOM. JOHN OATKN, I'roprletor.
106 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILL1NOIM
Heel brand of Callfp UCIgaralua receive,
11ILLIAHI) saloon furnlshctl with the best
of tablen;und bar supplied with winch, linuort
and clirarH of thn linest braii'N,
NEW FUKNITURK STORE.
has opened a New Kurnlturo Stnro on
Commercial avenue, opposite Seventh
street, ami rei-pectlully enlinttciitloii
of thn citizens of Cairo anil sur
rounding country to his
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
All new, and warranted of the
THE VERY REST MANUFACTURE
He guarantees satlafuctlon both In pricn
and quality of goods.
tSTCall on him before you mnke your
purchases. 8-26 dim.
CAIRO CITY COAL
fa prepared to supply cunomer with the bea
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS IcR at Halllday Bros, offlce, 70
oiiio I.kvkk, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tug "Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
72. SPRING-SUMMER. '
KKNTUCKT JEANS, fXTI
liAHUE STOCK OF 0ARK'.T1
III Kallre Mlock
VERY LOW FIOURES.'.
coH.ven 8th bt. and couuEnciAL-7
HARRY WALKER &i CO., Prop'n.
Thl lioue U newly littml up with tWT
And two tine
JENNY" LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon I stocked with the llcstj
are compoutidcil In the most approved stylo
ED" Co mo and kco foryoursclf. They keep
on hand a tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND ffljL
are r.pread morning and evening at nln
o'clock, at which all aro Invited to panic
pato free of charge. 8-llit il
llOOT ANI Ml UK NTOUK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Athonoum.
Keep on hand a gooj assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Mitsot' and Children's Gaitmui end
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy toll at tbo
VERY XO WEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
We wilt E'vo energetic
men and women
UUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
from $4 tof8per day, can ho pursued at your
own homes, and is strictly honorable, r-end
for samples that will enable you to go to
work at once. Address
J. LATHAM A CO.,
0-10t. 202 Washington St., Hoston, MftSsi.