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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1,1 1872.
JOHN H. OBKRLY, Kdltor and Publisher.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jka H. Oberiy taan reduced the mbcrirt
tlom price of tbe Weekly Caiuo Blxletin
to Om DolUr per annum, making It the
t!stiseMtistcr published In Southern Illinois.
of New York ;
FOR VICE KEtlDEXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOE U R tTEX A.VT-O.O VEKNOH ,
FOR SECRETARY or STATE.
for ACnrroR or public ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORXEY OFXEUAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
TOR CLERK SCrKKMX COURT NORTHERN
ro clerk sctkeme court cexthal
DAVID A BROWN.
CLERK OF SCrREMK COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS KIGHTCENTIT DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OP EQU AL12LATI ON,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. JEMMA,
JOHN K. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce C. K.
SLACK a a candidate for the office of City
We are authorized to aunounre It. A.
CUNNINGHAM a. a candidate for City
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. 5. YO
CUM at a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., aa a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We aro authorized to announce P. II.
Pope ai a candidate for County Attorney at
the ensuing November fiction.
We are authorized to announce PETKR
8AUP an a candidate for Slierlirat tbe ensu
ing November election.
We aro authorized to announce HAMIL
TON 1RVLN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JO'llN
U. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decW
lon of the Democratic Convention
Tue " Saviour of tlio nation " it now the
farorito name applied (o Grant by the
Radical orators of this campaign. We Irom
bto wbon wcjthink what might havo been
tho fate of the country If Grant had died
in infancy If an attack of inoasles or
whooping cough or scarlet fever bad car
tied him off when young. Tho tobelllon
would never haro been squashed, slavery
would never havo been abolished, and tho
United States would never havo enjoyed
tho Inestimablo blessing of tho rulo of tho
Grantitei. Oglesby would novor have
"heard smiles" as he stumped Illinois on
tho attempt to niako hitmelf governor
John Logan would never bavo courted
hit dear friends, tho colored peoplo, and
tbe Louitvilo convention would bavo been
as though it wore not. "Oh, thoso were
1 gracious drops" of parngoric and other
medicines which helped the young Ulysses
through the dangers of early life and
saved him to bo tho "Savior of tho na
'tion." Keep it up, gentlemen I There Is
nothing like r, high-sounding phrase to
make insignificant things appear big.
The "quaker policy" pursued toward
tho Indians by the peace-loving radical
administration, ii showing more of its
fruit. Late news from refponilble
source give some meager but sufficiently
horrible details of tho manner In which
wm tern settlers suffer at tho hands cf their
savage neighbor!. Tbo outrago and
murder of young ;irl, the captur
ing and killing o United States officers,
the deliberate diicus Ion of the feasibility
of temping the peace commissioner andl
quaker Indian agents these, which are
only a few of the barbarities committed,
and proposed to be committed by the In
dians, show tbe absolute failure of the
peace policy. The quaker agents them
selves, having tested the peace theory to
their cost, are now calling for troops.
The latent reported outrage by the Apachesi
is the murder of Lieutenant Stewart, of
the Fifth United States .cavalry, near
Tucson, Arizona, on tbe 27th of August.
Tbe experiment of christianizing tbe In
dians by missionary means has been in
course of trial for some years, and at
altogether too short intervals of time its
utter uselessness and worse than useless-
ness is cruelly demonstrated. A better
plan would be to conquer them with their
own weapons, and convert them afterward
if there wero any left to convert.
in a few days, and will turn his oyes
toward tho totting tun, and follow it up
of tho bank of the Mississippi.
aro tha all absorbing topic hero now,
more particularly as the stato election
comes oil during tho present week. Prom
inent ipoakon on both tides bavo been
tont to Instruct from other ttatct
and tho campaign "waxes hot."
Six largo Grant and Wilson, and
ono Greeley i.nd Brown flag
float to tho brcezo across tho streets, giv
ing tbe villngo an unusually Animated ap
pearancc. During the past week tho Grant
and Wilson club bad a grand rally and
flag raising. The flag staff, over ono hun
dred and fifty feet high, was planted on
tho highest emlnenco in town, nnd to tho
music of tho band, tho roar of cannon and
tho cheers of tho multitudes, tho lag
floated to tho breeze. It was intended to
have had public speaking In Ho park, but
the elements prevented nd tho crowd
adjourned to tho publ "all, whero tho
chairman, Hon. J. . Stodo, after a few
remarks, introduced ns the orator of the
day (much lc tho surprise of your corres
pondentt HON. D. W. MUN.V,
of Illinois. We know that ho was in tho
the etato and bad addressed an immenso
audiencoof over 10,000 at St. Albans a
few days before, but did not expect to hear
him in Middlcbury. Dan Jook oil his
overcoat and cravat, unbuttoned his shirt
collar, nnd in true western stylo "sailed
in." For over two hours ho held his au
dience well in hand, nnd that he had their
sympathies was proven by tho repeated
cheers given him at short intervals. Dan
covered himself with glory and was made
quite a lion of at the close of the meeting.
Governor Stewart is doing his best to in
duce him to stay over till after election,
but to no purpose. At night, notwith
standing tbe rain and mud, the torchlight
procession took place on horse and foot
and in carriages, many houses being Il
luminated on tbe route. Wo forgot to
mention that at tbe close of Mr. Munn's
speech three cheers were given for him,
and three more for old Illinois with a zest
that was much relished bv vour corres
pondent. J. U. E. T.
OUR NEW ENGLAND
Vescviuh still smokes a little.
The disastrous II ro which broke, out in
Memphis on Sunday morning last, de
stroyed two hundred thousand dollars
worth of property In tho heart of tho city.
Tha long drought had mado everything
remarkably dry, and the flamm hud al
most resistless sway.
Senator Schurz received a cordial and
enthusiastic reception in Toledo, Ohio,
on Saturday last. Tho native citizens
were at equally pronounced in their dem
onttrationi of welcomo toward the distin
guithed speaker as tho Gorman. Tho
advice ct radicalism to Schurz to "go
home" bat not damped the etfeotivo ser
vice which he is doing in tbe cuufo of
The charge that Gen. Grant was drunk
at Sbiloh Is officially deniod by
hit at the time chief of staff,
Gen. J. D. Webster. The denial
comet late in tbe day and will bo recoived
with about as much belief as it deserve.
Radicals generally do not caro whether
Grant was drunk or sober ut Sbiloh, nnd
Liberals, Llberal-RepublicunB and Lib-eral-Detnocrats,
will not be greatly affected
by this denial of Gon. Webster which is a
political card not likely to prove a trump
In the hands of tho Radicals.
FOUR HEADLESS MEN DANCE A
QUADRILLE IN A BRIDE'S
it a Ho, wo did not dcoin it worthy of rof
eronoo to, but At Baxtcr't pupiet men
tlont it in a correspondence to tho 1 Be-
Eublican, ' wo may at well now and lioro
rand it at a lio.
Tho slmplo facts ns staled In n private
letter by an eye-witness aro these. Wo
quotoi " Clayton interrupted Hynes nnd
taid ho liod, nnd Hyncs retorted that
Clayton was n " liar And a thief nnd tho
peoplo of this county know it." Clayton
started for tho stand with pistol in hand,
followed by militia And United States
deputy marshals. Hynes was unarmed
and jumped down und went to a friend
and got nit weapon and Jumped upon tho
stand beforo Clayton got there. AVlicn
Clayton got upon thn stand he was ns
meek ai a lamb, nnd sut down nnd took a
thorough skinning from Hyncs."
Tho vory rending of tho above lines
provo that they tell tho unvarnished truth
and not written for effect nnd to falsify
llko tho florid nonsenso in tho 'Republi
can.' Poor Clayton I Ho was cornpollod
not only to pocket his pistol but to sit nnd
bo skinned by Hynes.
HOW THEY DO IT.
From the Chicago Tribune.
Having squeezed nil nvailablo funds out
of poor clerks at home, tho Grant National
Cotnmittco is now levying contributions
on our Consuls abroad. Ono of thoso lat
ter bat forwarded tho following letter to
tho New York 'Tribuno;
Republican National Committee.1)
Fifth Aeone Hotel, New Totk City, V
July IT, W2.)
Slit: The nendlnr Presidential cnmnnlirn
will be warmly contested, and will call for
tho earnest rllorts and efficient aid of .ill re
publicans. This Committee will endeavor, bv effective
speakers, thu circulation documents ami
other Icsfitlmato mean, to nromote tliomnrli
organization, an active canvass, and a suc
cessful result In November.
The undcralpicd will be plad to receive
urh contributions In aid of the coutet In
behalf of Grant and WiUon . the friend of
the came may feel dcsirou and Milling to
contribute : for which nn kiiowlcdginent will
be returned. Verr reMieotfullv,
t.. u, -moikia.v, Miainnau.
Wm. E. Chandler, Secretary.
Tbe recipient of this, found a written
notice within, tn tho effect thut his quota
was $'J5. Despite this nnd a dozen other
published documents of tho satno sort, tho
peoplo know that there aro no political as
sessments, for does not Mr. George "W.
Curtis say so? It is inteicsting, by tho
way, to notice that tbe 'Nation, onco lynx
eyed for violation of tbo Civil Servicu Re
form rules, Is unnblo to discover any sinco
it descended to electioneer for a candidate
whom it openly despised four months ago,
and secretly despises now.
Cincinnati was the scene of a colored
riot on Saturday night last. During a
procession of colored " Grant Guards "
an old man hurrahed for Greeley ho was
truck with a torch by one of the torch
oearcrs anu men threw a bowlder. From
thlt grew tho riot in which several men
altogether innocent of the whole affair,
were beaten and injured by members of
tha colored "Guard." A confectionery
ttore was demolished the store being tbo
property of a Grant man, but which tho
Guard" in their blind fury, did not re-
gard and teveral defenceless women mul
treated In a cruel manner. Tbe affair has
routed the just Indignation of tbo citl
mm of Cincinnati, Tbo commander of
the "Grant Guards" had been arrested
asd pie mayor of tho city called on to ro
cew a proclamation against the carrying
at ay kind of arms in political processions
turiag the pretent campaign.
OLD MIDDLEBURV WET WEATHER COL
LEGE COMMENCEMENT POLITICS OUB
OWN DAN HE MAKETIt A SPEECH,
MiDDLEiiunv, Vt., Sept. 2, 1872,
At last we have swung round to old
Middiebury ngmn and with stylus in
bnnd have commenced this letter to tho
readors of The Bulletin, sitting by tho
sldo of a bright, cheorful fire, whllo a
driving north-oast storm is pelting tho
rain with merciless fury against tbe closed
windows. "Wo are laboring all over the
stato under u press of "nrary cet," it
having mined every week sinco tho first of
Juno nnd every day during tho pnst three
weeks. A great deal of grass is still un
cut, grain is spoiling In tbo Holds and the
rot has appeared among tbo potatoes, all
on account of tho continued wot weathor.
Our "County Fair" which was to havo
taken place this week, has been postponed
on account of tho weather till tho last of
the month, and our annual Camp Meeting
which continues throngli nn entire week
nnd is held in n beautiful grovo pwned by
tho Methodists, a few milos from tho vil
lage, has been twlco postponed on account
of tho weather. It seoms hardly crcdiblo
that it should be so hot nnd dry in Cairo
nnd so cool and wet hero. Although an
open letter before us from a venerable nnd
venerated druggist on the levcu in your
city, assures 119 that tho weather in Cairo
during tho summer "has been cool nnd
comfortablo with frequent showers."
would say ho is such n "sarcaslicnl kuss,"
we lako his story with several grains of Al
lowance. Middiebury, the prosent season has been
more lively than over before known, tbo
neautiiui mountain scenery, the many
ploHsant drives in tbe vicinity of lake
Dennioro, Grand view mountain, Chip-
mon's Hill, tbo Glen at Pristo), also up
und down tlio banks of tbo beautiful Ot
ter, have been duly appreciated by many
strangers who havo never visited here be
foro, but who declare they will bo sure to
"como again." Tho festivities of tbe
season culminated about two weeks since,
at tho commencement exercises of Mid
diebury college, which alwoys draw a
largo crowd, not only from tho country in
tho imincdiato vicinity, but from tho
country at large bor Alumni extending
over the entiro common. Tho exercises
lasted during tbo wcok and wore very in
terestitig. The Queen City band of Bur
lington furnished tho street music, and
MKNDELBOI1N lllMNTKTTE CLUB,
of Boston, choice strains for tho exercises
in tho church on commencement day, and
a delightful concert In tho evening, which
was numerously attended. The fcstlvi
ties of tho week wero brought to u close
by a reception and loveo, given by Dr.
Kltcbell, (President of tho college), nnd
his amiable lady, at their beautiful resi
dence, after which a promenado concert
and hop at Concert Hall, which was par
ticipated in by over 75 couplo of tho elite
of Middiebury, and also by many of tho
visitors and strangers temporarily tay
ing in our midst.
Tbe cool weather of tho past few days,
has paused a scattering of the lummtner
birdi, who havo fled back to the city
leaving quite a vacancy in our midst!
Your correspondent expects to follow suit
The following grotesquely horrible
ttorv It translated from thn Paris Finnrn-
This day eight days a wedding was cel
ebrated at A . A merchant's clerk,
named Marius Crampin, married u young
girl of eighteen, called Anna R .
Anna R was an orphan from child
hood, and bad been educated by an old
prieit, dead six months ago. Though she
was very attractive, and had a dowry of
60,000 francs a respectable sum for a
slmplo clerk Crampin was tar from jubi
lant when he left tho church. Some of
his friends, in fact, on hearing of his mar
riage, had sneered at tbe matter in rather
a singular manner, without offering any
explanations, and bad declined to be pres
ent at tbo wedding. Besides, when the
sacrifice was contummated, Crampin
felt tormented by suspicions, wbicb,
beforo marriage, bo repelled with con
tempt. In order to dispel them ho drank
deep, and towards midnight he was pretty
mellow, it was now tinio to retire to
rest. Tho brido went first, nnd extin
guished tho taper. Crampin in turn ar-
riveu. "Halloo!" tie exclaimed, stum
bling, "my wife pretends to bo nsleep.
We must light tbo candle again." But
Just at ho was about to light tbe candle
witn a match, no heard a rustling of cur
tains, nnd n man appeared a man of
great height, wrapped in a whito shroud
that was spotted over with blood, and
without a head. Ho carried n red lantern.
Crampin uttered a stifled exclamation,
the bride arose hastily, and the two re
mained spell-bound by terror at tho
frightful ipectaclo before their eyes. For
from tbo corners of tho room emerged
tl.reo other headless persons, all clothed
in white but blood-bespattered winding
sheets, each with a red lantern In ono
band and his head in the other. They
stationed themselves in front of tbe
tlreplaco and saluted tho young
couplo in a ceremonious man
ner. Then, strungo to toll, spoke. Cram
pin, in terror, knew not whether tho
voico issued from the body or from tho
head. ' "Good day to you, Citizen Cram
pin," said one of tho headless beings; "I
am Joseph Grigols, u clloat of thy wife's
great great grand father." "Give mo thy
band, Crampin, said tbe otbor snoeringly;
"Madame knows mo too. I lost mv head
in 1838 at the hands of her grandfather"
By this time Crampin was down on his
knees, and his brido was moaninir in a
stato of a distraction from her. But they
wero mono in tue House, wnicn was situat
ed ut the gates of thu town, and nobody
catno near them. Tbo third phanton then
advanced. "Little enc," ho said, in nn
amluble tone, "thou canst boast of huvinc
had a grandfather who did his work ad
mirably. J, too, passed through his hands."
"Good God," goaned Crampin, in despair,
"tbe man without a head speaks tbrouch
his noso." "Step out children," called out
the fourth spectre, "tho nuptial ball is
about to begin. Forward, both!'' And tbe
four guillotined persons, taking their
places, broke into a dance a supernatural
cancan tuat froze tho blood In the veins
of the young couple. They leaprvl up
arid down, backwards and forwards,
spread wide their winding-sheets, like
great, white wings, and played llko jug
glers who tueir uouui. n was iriguiiui,
and all tbo moro when suddenly they
burst out in chorus, and sang some staves
of a horribly-grotesquo song. Then, all
ut once, opening the door, they disappeared
in tho dark lobby, after having deposited
the four heads on tbe knees of tho bride.
" Merciful heavens I" gasped tbo latter,
with horror, "thu cliontsofmy family!''
" What family, madamo ?" yelled Cram
pin, horrified, In tho midst of his terror,
by tbo exclamation. " Forgivo mo, "
supplicated tho brido, throwing hcrsolf on
her knees beforo him, "Grandpa was nn
executionor." Tho wretched Crampin
sprang to his foot, and then fell senseless.
As soon as ho returned to himself, without
taking tlmo to pack his trunk, ho pre
cipitately left the town, and has not been
again soon. Tho investigation of tlio po
lice into this mysterious affair resulted in
tho iMscovery that tho four guillotined
persons were none others than tho frionds
of Crampin, who had hearod, ono knows
not how, of tho unlortunato connections
ol the bride. Tho four heads were four
HE I'ULLH A I'ISTOL AND POCKETS IT
From tho Arkansas State Journal.
For a day or two the strikers have been
repeating a tule told by tome understrap.
per rognrdlug a difficulty between Clayton
and Hynes, and of course saying tho lat
ter backed down. At everybody deemed
WHAT I KNOW ABOUT TRIM MING.
Sinco the days of our grandmothers,
there has never been such a rago for
trimmings upon ladies' drcucs And suits as
this year; and tbo moU popular is thoso
called French fold, made from bias materi
al, put upon tho (Ires sin n variety of styles.
To trim dresses at the present doy without
the various Sowing Machine attachments
would be an impossibility.
a young man in uincago has just In
vented an improvement lor all Sewing
Machines, with which to put on the fold as
fast and as easily as an ordinary hem cun
be made. Tho same implement is also a
practical Binder nnd good Ilcmmer.
It is being mude and sold by tha Leslio
RufllerCotnpony, and is n valuable addi
tion to tho Sowing Machine. It is called
Comings' French Trimmer, aud will bo
sold by nil Sowing Machine Agents.
Chicago Evening Post.
X SILY IIAAKOE IlEFL'TKD.
Tho Now York Post nnd Times are
intinuating that Mr. Greeley was a
Know-Nothing, to wbicb tho Tribuno
replies: "Mr. Greeley never in his life
attended either n secrot or open meeting
of tho party termed Know-Nothing. Ho
was always an open, unqualified opponent
of tho party. Mr. Grcoley nover voted,
nor asked others to voto n Know Nothing
ballot. Ho voted tho nnti-Nebraska
ticket in 1854, nnd tho Republican ticket
at every subsequent election. In 1850 ho
voted the Westchester county ticket,
made up of Republicans nnd Democrats,
in opposition to tho Know-nothing ticket.
In 1858 ho voted the Republican Stato
ticket. If ho was over reported of fav
oring Know-nothing ideas, then he
was misunderstood and misreported."
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und remarkable remedies Jtook and crlcu
lai kent free. In sealed envelop.
Address HOWAItl) ASSOCIATION, Xo.
2 South Ninth .St., Philadelphia, Pa.-au In
Mltutloti having u high reputation for honor
able conduct nml professional i-kllL
An -(,'eiit, malo or female. In every township
io kcll the ONLY (.landard book of the kind
YOUM.VNA.VS DICTIONAItV OF KV
KY DA V WANTS,'
t.ontalnln'Ji),(jO Receipt in even- depart
.ueut of liumaii ellort. $10O pervear saved
to every one who ha It. Lvcry fiody want
it. KVi:nv iionv nuvs it a won a offered.
HO per week, Mire. KXTItA TKILMS.
AgcntH will mik It ir thev do not uililro--,
Continental I'libll-bln;,' Co., r.i:! N. Sixth
.Street. St. Loul. w-.')m.
PAVI. . NCIIUII, Aic't.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUS CUHANTUIt
IIOMCEPATHIC SPECI PICS
HAVK proved, from the moil ample exner
leuew.Bn entire lucccait: Bimpln I'rompt
Kttiolent and Kfliable. They are thu only medi.
cine perfectly adapted tn popular use ao aim.
pie that mistake) cannot be made In ualnKthem;
an harmleaa as to be free from dauxer, and no
efficient a-i to bo always rellabln. They time ml
fdthlilhetcomrnendatlon from all, and will
ala render eatlsfactlon.
1, Cures revera.coniieatlon, inflammatiom.s'j
fryliiKoliu orteethinKOl infant...!U
nrrniMi, 01 cnuuren ami auultn...M
Irautry, Krtping. b-lloun coIlo...24
'liolera-iijorl.ua, vomiting.... 'if,
t'liolerti. colda, lironchltua
nruruitria, tontnache, rcea;he V
lletulatclies, sick headache, tertlKO'JA
UjrMpepaln bilious etornache .".'ii
While, too profuae period...... 25
Croup, cough, illlticult breatlunic...U
Halt lllicuui, Eryaipelaa, EruptloneM
HsieumntlMin, rheumatic pains ia
rover nnd Ague, chill fever, airuetW
1'llMj, blind or hiecdlnir to
il)ttilrinjr, and eore or weak eyee
t'Mtarrh, ucum or chronic, InflueniaW)
Wtiooplnic-l'oasrb, violent coujrtu&O
AHtlima, oppreaed breatninx ..M
Isr llaebarKea,iinnalred hearincM
Hcrofula.f'nlnrgpd glands, "wellinK
Uesieral Ileblllli', physical weak.M
Ilronajrand scanty Secretion bo
Nea Nlcknmw.elcknesa from ridlniiM)
ildney.UUe!, Gravel ,...',o
Nervuua Ileblllly. aeminal erhls.
HlonB.Involuntarv dischargee 1 00
tlw;Uoxpa,witli one (2 vial of powder
very neceeanry in serious casea.,,6 SO
Nor Moutti, canker hi
Urinary WoaktttMa, wettlnK ted.0
l'alnrul ferloda, with apasm....w
NuflerlnKaMlchanga of life 1 00
F.tllepj,aMni8, St.Vltus'dance.t 00
Ulptherla, ulcerated aore throat 60
Of 3S to eo larsttt wlala, iu or oreo
orroaewood eaute, conlalnlnsra
ieclt1e for every ordluary dl
ruae a rattilly laaiubject to, avnd
hooka ofdlroelloBa from f 10 to J2J
smaller Family and Travellnsrcaa,
su.to 88 vluls irom S3 to
Speclflo lor all Private lllaraawa,
Ixitli for Curlasr and ror Preven
tive treatment, in vials ann pocket
cases 93 to 5 OO
Curea llurna. Bruise. Lameness, Horeneaa.Boro
Throat, Bprains, Toothache, Karache, Neuralgia,
Uheumatiim, Lumlwgo. files, Holla, Htinga.bore
Kycs, Illeollng of tbe Luoiia, Nose, Stomach, or
of files, Coma, Ulcers, Old Sores,
l'rlce,uot.,60 eta.; Pints, 11 60; Quarts, 11 73.
sriheso remedies, except I'ond'a Kitract, by
Die ease or single oox, are sent to any part of the
country, by mall or exprete, free of charge, on
receipt of the price.
JIOMKOI'ATIIIO MEDICINK CO.
Office and Depot, No, (M llroadway, New.Tnrk,
FOK HALE BY P. Q. BC1IUU, CAIRO, lilt,
8500,000 CASH DITTRIBUTION?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMHElt 28 THK DAY
YOtlll TICKKTB NOW OH NKVKIt.
The vnst sales ol ticket already mndc, and
the Increasing demand for them from all
(marten, having detcnnlned the TmstccH
that tho OHAND GIFT CONCERT for the
benefit of Um Ptllll.lC LIRKAKY OF KEN-
rntrrwrv I r it . rm ... it . . ,..,
TEMHKIl 28. 1872, chall positively como off
on iiiai nay wiiuoiii postponement, mc man.
aircment now noililea all who expect to par
ticipate In tlio drawing that they should buy
their ticket at once. Delay for a few day
caused many who wanted tickets at tho Con
cert In December last to fro without them.
Soino living In Lottlsvlllo waited until salca
wero clocd. expecting, no doubt, a post
ponement, and then oftercd Uftoeti, twenty,
and even twonty.Ovo dollars, for tickets
which the day before were offered to pur
chaser at the regular price. Othor living
at a distance sent tliouiand of dollar bv
mail and exprcs., which got hero njtcr sales
were eiocu, anu nau to no sent nacK.
Thco (Ihaiutolntiiient need not occur airaln
IT the wanilng now given In duo ensou is
The drawing will begin precisely at (5
o'clock Saturday morning, September 28,
1872, In tho great hall of tho Public Llbraiy
building, and continue until tho one thous
and guts aro an iintwn.
LIST OF GIFT
One (Irand (lift, Cal
OnoOraiid (Hit, Cii-h.
I (lilts of $.yxl each
, . $100,000
Total l.l") (ilft. all Caah ..VsUnal
The Concert It-elf will be the moit brilliant
orcbo-tral display that ever occurred In the
Weat. One hundred performer, gathered
from all part of thl country and from
Europe, tinder the direction of Profeor
HaW. will eontrlbtito to thl grand inulcal
carnival. And to afford ample room for
every tloket-liohlor to enjoy audi an tinuiual
musical fc-tlval, the Concert will bo ghen In
Central l'arK, wneru arningement nave
been made to accommodate all who may
Peron holding whole, half or quarter
ticket will be admitted to both the Concert
und Drawing, and none without i-Ucli ticket.
will lie ailinltteil tn eltlicr.
I'ltICK OP TICKET.
Whole ticket, ?10; halve, 0; iiurter,
i-lM ; 11 whole ticket lor 10O ; 27 lor $2.'.5;
Mfory.VO; 11.1 for l,l); SfXi forJ2.raJ:
.'75 for KA. Nodi-count on lei than ?10i)
worth of ticket at a time.
Iu accordance with numerou aolicltatlonx,
arrangement- havo been made with all the
railroad anil ateamboat line leading into the
city for round-trip ticket good for Mx da,
to all person- who may wlah tn attend the
Concert yr Drawing. Such tickets will he
furnlabeif by the Loullllo and Nashville
Kallroad, the LoiiIvillc, Cincinnati and Lex
ington Itallroacl, the l.ouiivlllc liHllanniioll
anu .nauion itanroau, me umo anil llals
lppl Kallroad the LouUvlllo and Cincinnati
Mallboat Line and the LotilavlllCfOweniboro
and Henderson Mall Line Packets.
All airent are required to cloe sales and
make their return In full time to reach thl
otllcc by Thursday, September 25. To do
thl auecenlully thoe located at great dis
tances mu-t clo-e aornc da) e before the 25th.
All ticket. to which gifts are awarded will
be paid without discount by the Fanners'
and Drovers' Hank, cither In currency, or by
slirht draft upon the Fourth National Jlauk
of New York, nt the option of the holder.
Tbe ticket inu-t Ilrst be presented at this
office, Koom No. I, l'ubllo Library building,
oeiore wiey win oe paiu ny me uanK.
The drawing will be published In the
Louisville pattei nnd New Vork Herald, and
official cojiit sent to purcbaera, to whom
ucKei nave oeeu sent ny letter.
THOMAS K. UKAMLETTi:,
Agent Public Library of Ky., Public Library
If. .11. II.... t . lit ' f. n I. rt... "
kiu btuira m
EiaiiTii Strkkt, Between WAHIaTO.
Adjolnlna; Itl'tentionae aad llanny'a.
Keep the beat or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Sauaage, etc,, nd are prepared to ttrre
cltixena in tho moat necnptable manner.
IIUTCIIEK AND DEALER IX ALL KlNDH OK
C'OIINKK Nl.NETENTH AND POPLAR Sit A.,
Hiijh nnd slaughters only the best cattle
boghand sheep, and Is prepared to fill nnyde
mand for Ircsb meats Irom one pound to ten
thousand pou iuIh. d
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAH'
JOHN UATEN, Proprietor.
108 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILI.INOIH
Hesl brand of Califo UCigarsJua receivvJ,
lllLLlAltD saloon furnished with the best
of tables ; and bar supplied with wIiich, liquors
nun civiiiB ui inn luiusi uralll-.
NEW FUHNITUUE STORE.
bus opened a'New Furniture Storo on
Commercial avenue, opposite Seventh
street, und respectfully call attention
of tho citizens of Cairo and sur
rounding country to his
LAHOE AND COMPLETE ASSOUTMENT
All now, und warranted of tho
THE VERY BEST MANUFACTURE
He guarantees satisfaction both In price
and nuulltv of cood.
EJrCall on him before you muke your
purciiases. o-za dim.
CAIRO CITY COAL
ti prepared to supply customer with the bea
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OUDEKS left at Halllday Uros. office, 70
ouio levee, or at the Coal Yard bolow tbe
fet. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tlou. The Tuo ''Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamert at any hour.
Our Home Advertisers.
DT GOO ft.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KtHTUCXT JSAMI, FZTtU,
BLAOK A LP AO AS
LARGE STOCK OF OARPSTINO
OI LT IIAXDI,
Ula Est lira Nlock
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
CORKKIt (JTU BT. AMD COMMlaCIAL-AV.,
. It V?ea9aCr'l45rTy
IIAKRY WALKER tc CO, Prop'rt.
'ibis bouse It nawly fitted up With two
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
.Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon Is stocked with tbe Best
are compounded In tho most approved style
J3TCouie and seo for yourself. They keep
on hand a tine stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SOIIWEITZER CHEESE AND DOL
are spread mornitiL' and evening at nln
o'clock-, nt which ull arc Invited to panic
pato freo ol charge.
BOOT AND NHOE WTORE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ato, noar Atheneum.
Keep on band a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And MlsseV and Children's Gaitim and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they tell at tbe
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examinx.
BUSINESS THAT WILL PAY
from 11 to )3 per day, can be pursued at $ bur
own homes, and It strictly honorable. Send
lor wimples that will enable you. to go to
work at onco. Address
J. LATHAM CO..
9-40t. 292 Washington St., Boston, Mum.