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GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF TIIK
PUBLIC LIBRARY KENTUCKY
AT LOUIMVIIXE. KY.
By authority In the act of the LcRlMaturc
Incorporating the Public Library of Ken
tucky, the Trustees will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great hall of the Public Library,
building In Louisville, Ky., on
Saturday, September 28, 1872.
100,000 riVKKTM OF ADM IRMION
Will be issued nt 10 each: half tickets Sr.;
quarter tickets 82.W); 11 whole tickets for
flOO; 28for82.Vi: MforSSOO; ll.lfor $1,000:
28ft for 82,500; r75 for 5,onu. No discount
on less than 4100 worth of tickets at u time.
$500,000 i" Currency
will bo (riven to tho holders or tickets by dis
tribution by lot of ONK THOUSAND
GIFTS, as follow :
LIST OF GIFTS.
OneUrandOift, Cash .. . ....8100,000
One Grand gift. Cash .... M,ooo
1 . .8i000cah
1 20,000 "
I . . . ir,(xx) "
1.,., 10,000 "
1 0,000 "
1 8,000 "
1 7,000 "
1, . KJ
l :,ooo "
1 ... 4.IMK) '
'I li fHJ '
4 girts of 8'.',0JO ach "'. . . ',0iM "
l&Kirtnof 1,0wJ each l.V"0 "
VOKirtsof HOOi-ach ..IV" "
21 gifts of KOOeach. I0,Wj) "
25 Kilts of TOO each . 17,.V "
aTtrtsol (XX) rach . .'JI,0o0 "
43 pins of WKK'ach U2,MW "
J Kill of if") each . . 0,lsl "
Ml KM ot IPX) each 18,001 "
100 i:llt of 200 each 20,(M) "
111!! fc'llli 'f II") . it'll 01,200 "
Total, 1.0) pin, all cah. SMhj.Ooi)
The Hon. Tho-. I.. Ilrniiilcttv, late sowr
nor of Kentucky, ha rim-enled to rejire-m-iit
tlnj 'l'rii-t - in the iiiuiiai'iiicnt of thl
second (iruml (illl Concert, nnd he will per
sonally H'o that tin' nmnoy from the sale of
tickets Is ilcilli'il with the Treasurer, that
the ilniNvIni; Is fairly roniliictcil, ami the
Kins Justly nwanli-d uiitl tirniiilitlv paid,
ri... .i-.:.. i . mi ...i .. ..I... .. i" ...i ii.. i..
.iit; ...it.. i" ..ill ini; Juan; ill ,uiili , ill
full lcw of tlieauillencr.aiul under the tin-
mediate simmt. Imoii and illriwtlon of the of-
tlrers und Trustees oftho Public Library nl
KcutucKy, and the fullouln;' named eminent
and disinterested rlllim-, who hac eon
!iitcl to be present and see that al Is fairly
lion. M. K. Hardin, Judge Court Appeal,
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, lato M. 0. Leb'n
Hon. H. W. Bruce, .Judge .Ninth Judicial
ion. Ell II. Murray. U. S. Manual. Dis
Hon. T. li. Cochran, Chan. Lou. Chun
lion. E. D. Standford, President Farmers'
and Drover liank.
Hon. John Barboe, Manager Koyal Iniur-
anco (Jo., Liverpool.
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. O. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. Wilton P. Johnson, Manager Gait
Dr.T.S. Dell, Prof. Medical University,
Hon.S. G. Baxter, Mayor Louisville.
Hon.T. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Ilenrv AVolford. Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. Brannln, President Manufacturers'
PhilliD Judire. of tho Loultvillo Hotol, Co
James Brldeoford, President 2d National
W. C. D. Whips, l'ropr Wtllard Hotel.
J. 0. Johnston. President Traders' Hank
H. Victor Newcornb, nrm of Newcornb,
Buchanan & Co.
Henry Deppen, President German Hank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton
Dr. Norvin Green, L. A: C. Short Lino
Vol. Rose, Adams Express Co.
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE.
Ag't. Pub. Library ofKy., Pub. Library
Uuildinc, Louisville, liy.
19 Circulars, giving full particulars,
sent on application. 7-itiuJ;w-'m
MRS. ANNA LANG
On Eighth Street, botwoen "Washington
ana commercial Avenues,
Is'reeelvlna daily new Invoices of
)1 every description, ami at I'sicss to. Sen tiis
TUB LATEST STYLES Or
Sl'RINO AND SUMMER GpODS,
LAOES OF ALL KIND
DOLLY VARDEN GLOVES,
DOLLY VARDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together with all tho other articles kept
in a First Clan Millinery and Trimmings
filore. To be t-old at the very lowest UKure.
X3T Call Und see her. No trouble to show
DANIEL LA 31 PERT,
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Hr. Com. & Wash.,
line luki mipiied a now and stylish estab
lUhmcnt, fully up to the times, anil invites
old customers anu new, muies, cuiuui-u mm
nil, to ravor mm witu ineir patronage.
tSTAU work dono In the Latest Stylo.
And Dealer in
VEGETABLES. FRUITS. EOGS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
B3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
at me iuwih pnecs.
Corner Oth and St. CommcrcialAve.
The Illinois Central Kail Road Company now
Oder for sale the following descrlbod lots la Firs
Audition to me uiir oi uairu, vim
Lot 27 block 20, Lot 24 block 82,
i tg ii ), ' 27 " Sit,
.1 6 ' 82 " " 82,
l 6 82. " 31 82,
l 3 82. " S3 " 3.
or terms. si, .pplrto JAMES JOHNSON,
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tho co-partnership heretofore existing be-
ween u. u. aieyor, anu y in. nioner, mmo.
the Urro name of Mover & Stouer Painters,
li this day dissolved by mutual consent. The
business will bo continued at tho old stand,
by H. H.'Meyer. II. U. Meyer,
Aug.81,1878. Wm, Stonek.
JKBTtKO WITH DEATH.
From the Now York World, Cth.
oxen House, White Mountains, 1
heptcmber 2, 1872.
MY DKAU CUAMIIKIiLAIN ! You ro-
niembor what was said of tho prospect to
figuring in Campbell's Lives of tho Lord
Ctianceliori. "It adds a now terror of
doath." Tho paragraph above, handed ino
this morning by a venerable clergyman
whoso society Is a part or tno pieaiuro ot
tnv present vacation, Inspires tno with tho
After having experienced, for n dozen
years past, most sorts of tho defamation
by which journalism and other politics
aru disgraced; alter now having been be
reavod of my still living father, mother,
sister, daughter and son by this wrltor,
tho whlik of whoso pen has also knocked
mo Into tho tniddlo of two years after next
in respect to my age, has undermined a
constitution till then needing no amend
ment, has aspersed inu with pity lor a pre
maturo removal which 1 had failod to ap
prehend, and (to llnish up mand my af
fairs neatly) has provided from Philadel
phia to my executors a purchaser for the
'World' which I neither wish to sell nor
to oxchango for another; after all this, I
say, it might bo no terror, but a joy rather,
to quietly coase nnd determine, for tho
more sake or being inurneu in a inrcnouy
of thu nroso of Hurlbort our Gieck, or In.
cased In tho amber of an obituary which
ou would ho seduced by your kinu heart,
nd all readers by your pen, to believo
that 1 deserved.
Such an rr. posl Jacto thanatopsis has
entangling charms. Blesi me1 shall I
ever truly nvo urmi uiu inai ncucr
Ghost ofmoalono survives ' iuiiictillin
hlefly lives in tho tender lines,
(fuin urtiuenu sir pmmr n mmi
Jam cart eatnlit
wherein Horace joined his grief to Virgil f.
But.aftor all, Qulnetlllus couldn't enjoy
that. Perpetual sleep held him. And on
shabbier trick possible then for q. to
break from tho dusky throng shepherded
by tho wand dread nnd golden, ciimo
back to life, and put to shame, with thu
poor original, that incomparable portrait
r"incorrupl f aun anu iibkcu i rum.
He periunued 1 will never wrong jou io,
I know my duly butter. Being dead, l
shall trnvo wholly died; nor ever will
return to plnguu my worthier Ghosts
But the Ghost must wait. I nm not
.Ik rroir. .manto.v .hakiilk.
P. S. Just oil' for tho summit of Mt.
WashlriL'tlon to visit thu wiso man who
has resisted transition to tho void, though
winds blew 150 miles nn hour.
Mr. I. Chamberlain, HorW olllce, New
REFORM IN CONNECTICUT.
ADDKKSS OK TUT. LI1IEBAI. REruIIUH-A.-
Mr. Iibuc II. Bromlcv. formerly editor
of the Hartford ' Post, and now chairman
of tho liberal republican etato committee,
has published an auaress to mo noerai re
publicans of Connecticut, which ho be
gins with a statement of tho fact that they
helped to elect General Grant, and, though
grieved at his bad appointments, corrupt
Ini's. and shameful associations,
continued to support him so long as there
was any hope ot reiorm; inai uaving m
teited their devotion to party In all ways
only until the last experiment for reform
had failed, and the ' last hope for tho sal
vation of tho party excopt at tho sacrifice
of tho interests of morality, honesty and
urity, was gone," did tbey givo tncir au
Inn tfi tlm liberal movement, lie al
ludes to the liberal republican organiza
tion recently clfectod at Hartford, and con
gratulates them upon the certainty of
Connecticut giving nn overwueiminii
jority for tho liberal ticket. Continuing
ho says : ...
i a rnniihlirnns wo havo arraicned the
administration of President Grant for dif-lni-ultv
In thn rueord of tho tmrtv ; for wo
had tho right to expeci mat mo in) u
freedom should be a pariy oi reiorm ,
thai the nartv of uhilanthropic ideas
thnnlil l. th nartv of amnesty and rcc-
nnnlliRtinn ; that tllO party Of
moral idoas should not debauch
the peoplo In perpetuating its own
ruin; Hint tho nartv of nroirress 6nouiu
mako hasto to govern tho country and put
an end to Ulscoru una simu j iui iuu
jarty who saved tho union and the const!
ttitinn unmiifi clbsq ii, rcnuiu mu uvi
fl.tlnn nil tlm nther a ft fnrce. Wo have
nrn.ir.nfd the administration in that it
hn ivon us nersonal irovernment in lieu
of ulio and honest rule; that it has un
dertaken unwiio experiments artd innova
tions, and by tho prostitution oi oiucibi
patronago nnd power nttempted to de
bauch tho party to Its own low standard
of political morality; that it has fas-
lened uisgraceiui nppoiuuiiuiiia uyvn
tho people, and refused, upon clearest
proofs of Incompetency and dishonesty, to
correct tho error or respond to tho indig
nant demand or tho peoplo lor a cnange;
that it has sustained fraud In places high
nnd low; that It has encouraged rascality
by extoptlonal and marked certlh
cated commendation of known
rougues; that It has fostered
crimo and nursed corruption by dismissing
faithful officers who pursued criminals and
obstructed fraud; that harrassed place
and powor for selfish ends In personal
quarrels, in oxchango for gratuities,
for family aggrandizement, for
Beif-porpetuation, nnd for greed that it
has divided tho party and tho states it
should havo hold together that it has
;lvcn us prolonged war instcau ot prom
aod noaco. and for its own purposes fo
mented discords when it should havo pro
moted union that it has turned over one
section oftho country to tho tondcr mor
cles ot tho carpot-bagger, and tho othor
to tho debauchery of mercenary rings of
advonturcrs that It has walkod nmld sur-
roundings and in au atmosphere oi cor
ruptionthat it has lent a willing ear to
tho counsels of tho worst men in tho party,
uiiiiln lt bunk- has been turned upon
the wisest and best that it has been false
to tho professions or tho party, to us own
promisos and to tho record of tho past. 1
THE GRANT WAY OF CARRY ING
Rockport (Ind.) Lotter to thu Indianapolli
This morning two strango negro men
cot oil' tho packet, und, suspecting some
thing, J. W. Laird and R. M. Nixon, City
Marshal, callod to thorn and entered Into
conversation, professing great anxiety in
tho election of Grant. This caused tho net-roes
to opon tho -wholo secret. Thoy
said i "Wo llvo in Greoncastle, Kentucky,
nnd havo como hero to work and voto for
Gonernl Grant." Thoy gavo thoir names
ns Robort Hall and Thomas Gish, nnd said
thoy had boon raised In Kentucky. Theso
gontlomon then explained to tho neatoet
that thoy woro not legal votors, and that
thoy ought not to attompt It anywhere
Tho negroes thon said that If thov could
not voto thoy might as well go back. They
worn ihnrtiv nrtnrwards seon in conversa
tion with Grantltos, and then changed tho
siory ; saiu "tnoy uaa nvou in avhuiviuu,
and camo hero to work on tho railroad."
These foots can all bo proved by the
gontlomon natnod. Thoro is no shadow
of doubt but what tho work is already bo
gan, and every honest man must.ba on the
Kurt. "Wo have largo galni here, and tho
leads want to overcome mem, u.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROBERT WOOD, TII09. H-ROOT.
ROBERT 'WOOD A CO.
I,t.1 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia !.
FOUNTAINS FLUATINO 81TANH
STATU A BY -WATER MLlRft-
DUCKS TURTLES, ao.
For Decorsllng Fountains.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE?, '
1HDOR9, CHAIRS, BETTEES, 4o Ac.
NEW BTYLE WROUOllT-IRON RAILING for
Front of House and Cemeteries. Nsrsr before
CAST AND WROUOUT-IUON K AIM NOB for
rubllo Uulldlngs and Squares, Cemeterr Lots,
and Oarden Fences, Balconies, Roof Cresting,
etc., in grest Tkrlety of Patterns.
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and straight, of various
1 atlerns and styles. Special attention given this
clm of work.
LAMP POHTH, for Fronts of Publlo nulldlngs,
Hotel), and Cltjr Streets, ol Plain and Elaborate
STABLE FITT1N03, of Csstand WroughHron,
ol New Improved Stjrles, such as liar Harks,
flull Divisions, Mangers, Harness Uraekets, Out
tera, Traps, Vontllftlori. fcc.
WIRE WOBK or everr description. Wire
tiuarda of Crimped Wire, oalvaalted nr Painted,
In Plain or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Doors
or Windows, factory and Warehouse Windows,
Railings for Offices, Hanks, Counter Hillings,
Balconies, Lawn and Farm Fences, Sc., 4c.
GATES for entrance to Cemeteries. Public
Squirt and Gentlemen's Country Seat, or Os
Tubing or WroughMron, both single and double.
In elaborate andalmple designs,
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor street uses. A
very laro assortment of designs exprertly for
CAST-IRON URINAL I10XES, for public parks
and city rtreela.
OVAL VASES, latent styles, centennial pattern.
HITCHING I'OUTri, Jockey, Coolie, Sambo and
plain de"ien. 4 6 end.Qm.
Our Homo AdvertiBers.
ID 1173- STOBB,
Jlil.r.1 I.W.1L J. J J.J
. iiir),.! iiiuri. iu ii'vi. .iiv ramj ifiiu.i
made ol Poor Kum. Whisky, Proof f-plrits and
llcfms Uqnor", doclorol. splcetl, and swcetcneil
In pltasetlie tute. called "Toulcs," ' Appetizers,"
" Itestortrs," A c, that lead the tippler on to drunk.
enncs and mm. but are a trno Mwllclne, made
from the nathc roots and herbs of California, freo
from all Alcoholic stimulants. Thoyarctbe Great
lllood I'urinrrand a Llfe-glrtng Principle, a Perfect
iiciiuvatur an4 inTigomior oi me nysicni, carTjing
07 all PoUonous matter and restoring the blood
t a healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and
Invigorating 1mm mind and body. They are easy
of ailnilnlttratlon, promnl In thttr action, certain
In tliclr results, rare and reliable In all forma or
u 1'rrsoii ran take tlieae Tllttera accord
Ide to dtrrctlom. and remain long unwell. rro Ided
tliclr boDcs are not destroyed by mineral olaon
or other means, and the vital organs waited beyond
the nuinl of repair.
It aiepln or Inillfrestlnii, Ueadawhe. Pain
In t lie Mionlders. Couirtix, lightneM of the Chest,
DIzzmiM. Sour Kructutlons of the Stomach. Bad
Tate In the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, palpitation or
the Heart. Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In the
region of the Kidneys, And a hundred other painful
tnptoina, are I he cUiprUig of Dyappla. In these
complaint it has no equal, and one bottle will
protu a iieuer cnaranicc oi lis menu man I
r Kr Kriiiulr CaniDlalnta. In young rr old
married or Mngle. at thu dawn of womanhood, or
tuc turn oi im inese iomc miters aupiay so ue
rideil nn lufluence that a market! Improvement la
Fur liillaiiiinatnrv and Chronic Hheu.
iiinlUni and Cout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bll
luut, P.emlitent and Intermittent Keiers. Dlwaics
of the Blood. Uver, Kidneys and Illaddcr, thCM
Ultters hae been most PucceMful. Such Diseases
are ranol bv Vlllateil Blood, which H generally
proilaccd by derangement of the Digestive, Organ.
Tliey aie a Gentle Pnreatltr n well aa
n Tunic, pouctelng aUo the peculiar merit of act
ing aa a iwcrful agent In relict lag Congestion or
luasiumalluu of the Liver and VUceral Organs and
lu Blllbua ItlKOasea.
Fur Skin UUeaaea. F.ruptlona. Tetter, Salt
Ilheuui. Blotches spot. I'ltiipU'S. Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms. Scald-Head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurf, D!colorat!oni ol the sun.
Humors and Diseases of the t-Wu, of whatever
name cr nature, arc lltcrahy dug up and carried
nut of the system In a short time by thcu.Mjor thews
Bitter. One tiottle In such caes will courtnee the
most Incredulous of their curatlie erfvets.
C'Unimr the Vlllntnl Illnuil whenever you
End Its lmpurltle'j bursting through the skui tn
Plniples. Eruptions, or Sores: clcanc It when you
find it obxtruried and sluggUh In the elns; cleanse
It when It U foul ; your feeling will tell jou when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health of the xystcm
Grateful Tliausaiiils proclaim Visr.nAit Bit
tciii the most wonderful lnlgoraut that cir sus
tained the nnklng system.
i'lii, Tupr, nutl other Worms, lurking In
I he 'j.icin of so many thouaands, are encctually
Mrovrd and rcmoxed. Says a dltlnguished
physioWlat : There Is scarcely an Individual on the
face of me earth whoso body u exempt from the
ptCM-nce of worm. It U not upon thu healthy
elements of the body that worms exist, but upon
the dlH-ancd humors and slimy depolu that breed
thesf living montcrs of disease. No system of
medicine, no vermifuge, no anthclmlultlcs, will
free me system Ironi worms like theso Bitters.
Mrrlmiilrnl HUenaea. l'eions engaged In
Paints and Minerals, such aa Plumbers, Type-K.-tier,
Cold-healers, and Miuen, as they advance
In life, are subject to paralysis of the BowcK To
gujrd agulimt this, take a ilo-ie of Wjti.gtK'd Vis
una lnm.iH mice a week,
milium, ItrmttU'iit, ami Inlrriiiltteiit
Fctcr, which arc so prevalent lu the valleys of
our great rivers throughout the L'ulted States,
citM-cUIIv those of the llol.'lppl, Ohio, Missouri,
lhinot. Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red,
Colorado, Brazos, Rio (irauile. Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Miv.uinnh, Roanoke, James, and many
oilier, with their nt tributaries, throughout our
rntlru count i.v during tho summer and Autumn,
mid temar.ably so during seasons of unuual heat
ii lid On nes, aro Invariably accompanied by eaten
elve ilir-ingemeiils of tho stomach and liver, and
oilier abdominal vi-ccra. In their treatment, a
purgatue, exenlng a putvcrful Influence upon these
ai1njs organs, is ewentlally necessary. There Is
no raiharth; for thu punwsc equal to Int. . War.i.
ciia M.vLiHit iiittkk", as tney win spteuuy
remove the ilark-colorcil viscid matter with which
the Ixmils me loaded, at Iho name llmo stimulating
tho secn tlons of the liver, anil generally restoring
the li.'alili v fuiictiotis of the ilige9tivi organs.
Serufuln, or King's Ks II, White Swellings,
fleers, ErjHpel.w. Swilled Neck, Color, Scrofulous
liinaiiimuiloiis, iiidoknt Inilauimatlous, Mercurial
Ailecilons, oiii sores. Eruptions of tho Skin, sore
Eyes, etc., clo. Ill theso us lu all other coustltu
lloual DSeases, w.u.KT.n'd VlstuiK IlirrKiis have
shown their groat curatUo powers In the most
obstinate and lutractablu cases.
Dr. Wiilker'n tullfoinla Vlnrgar III -lirs
net on all theso cases lu u similar manner.
By puilljlng tho Blood they remove the cause, ami
bv reuniting away tne crTccts of the inflammation
(tlm tuUicular deposits) tho uirccted pans receive
hinillh, iiinl a permanent cure Is rejected.
Tlm iiiopritlea of lilt. W'.U.KKK'.S VlSEiUK
IlirrKiis aru Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, Laxative. Diuretic, Sedative. Counter
irritant, Suduiltlc, .Mlcratltc, und Atift-IUllous,
The Ancrlrnl and mild laxative properties
of Dii. U .ti.Kiai'.s VisEiuit Bitteiu aru the best
safe-guard In cases of eruptions and inallgnaut
fevers. Their balsamic, heulltig, and soothing pro
pvrlU'S protect the humors of tho fauces. Ihclr
Sedative properties ullay pain lu the nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from Innammatlon,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their t'ountrr-lilllnllt liifliienre ex.
tends throughout tho system. Their Anll-Ulllsus
properties sttinulato the Uver, In thu secretion or
bile, uud lis discharges through the biliary ducts,
nnd are superior to all remedial agents, for tho cure
of Bilious Fever, Fever aud Ague, etc.
Foil If y the body ugolnal illaeaae by
purifying nil Its nulds with vinmiah BirrEiif. No
cpldeuilc can lake hold of u system thus fore-armed.
lllreellona. Take of the Bitten) on going to
bed at night Ironi u half tn one and one-half w Ine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They aro
composed of purely vegetable lugrcdlents, ami
contain no spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald & co.,
Druggists and (leu, Agts., Sau Francisco, Cat., is
cur. or Washington and Charlton Sis., N.X.
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Can not be excelled. We also draw the
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Thirty-five Different Styles, for tho Parlor and thn Church, tho Beit Material and
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, opened a
1. 1 v n n r s t a it i. e,
on the nortliK-ct snto of Tenth street as namel
His Slnblea will bo rurnisheU with none but tho
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
D I A LI B IN
and the public mar ne accommodated at all linura
of the day and night Kith sale teams on thel.OVV
Dr. Fiehla nslia a ahao ol public patronage,
and will endeavor to merit It by fair dealing ami
strict mention to busmen.
Om LiTBx Cairo, III.
nanaaa eanurtLT rtttvn
SUTTER & BIERWIRTII,
708 "WASHINGTON AVENUE,
8T. LOUIS, MO.
StslneJ, Euameled, Embossivl and ground Ulasi
nf every description.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO CHURCH
WORK. V Crdirs (nm all inrts of lie rci:n
nirlv alierded i 6-31 dAw 3m o
For Salo at Wholesale a Retail
COBNEB 320-STBEXT AND OHIO LEVEk
HTOVEN. TIITWABE. irTC'.
DEALER IN STOVES,
- " "jjjfcaaM
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers
Ware, coal nous, nrannoTeis, Air
ZINO, COPPER AND SHEET
No. 166 Washington-avenue,
VRooflnK, Guttering and
work dona at shortest notice.
all kinds oflo
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
oino Haii.eou. which Is posltlTelr the only lin
ruunlng three daily express trains fromHt. Lout.,
to Kansas City aud the west I and is posltlrel,
tho only lino which runs Pullmsn palace sleeper
and fine day coaches, especially for movers
equipped with Miller's safety platform, and tha
patent steam brake. From St. Louis to Kans 1
Ft. scott, utwronca, teatenworin, awn,,
son, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Mull.
ani Omaha without change I For Information
regard to tlm tables, rates. Ac, to any point 1
Mlinonrl. Nebraska. Kansas, Colorado. Texas, an-!
California, call upon or address B, H. Thompson'
Agent, Missouri fscino n. n. uoiumous. unio o
It; A. Ford, General l'usengsr Agsnt, Bt.
No trouble to answsr correspondence.
Oai Fitter'! -and Plumber's material, Wood
pumps, globe and angle valves, atop
cocks, oheok valves, ato.
auo aosmt re
TutU Brotliarsi Patcavt DryfisMEfatcr
ind Morshouss. Walla.A.Co'f Automatlo WaUj
Indlcaior and Supply Valva for iltia bolUra.
WIKTia'i BLOCK. COMMXRCIAL-ATMU
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LARGEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of M Isie tMBtta atrtsiHd Com.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Pntty, Benalne, Uswollne,
And tha celebrated illumination
BBOSS BUILDIN?, COP ilTU-ST. A COM
Cairo, ... - Ilinois.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
F. Di REXI'OIID, .... Proprietor
Cor. Omo Levek ik Second St.
tSTBaggage conveyett to aud from De
pot tree. Uec-1) tf.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foroign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Cominevcial-ave.,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o everr descriptlen,
lath, shingles, cedar posts
doors, sash, blinds
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts,,
GREEN k GILBERT,.
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It, Green, ")
William Gilbert, ) CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Miles P. Gilbert, J
ftSpecia. attention given to Admiralty and
omcK omo lkve, roous 7 and S oyer
CITT NATIONAL HAXK.
UTHrEl 3STH"W SYSTEM.
OROCXRIKS RETAILED AT WIIOLESALE
PRICES FOR CASU.
AT H. C. TUIELEOKE'S STORE.
WABUINOT0N AVENUE. BETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
BOtbi.DRY Cuba Sugar for - - $5 00
gi ii ii it ti ... 1 00
fa lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 Prime Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
3 Cholco " " - 1 00
8 " Old Govornment Java - 1 00
Teas and othor staple and fancy Groco
riea equally as choap.
Goods new, and full woigbt given. Call
(Bncsessor to P. Hsup.)
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FIRE WORKS, TOYS,
108 Commercial Avsau.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an exteniivo stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACKS, YRINOKS, KID OLOVES, UOSIERY
Dd all articles usually kept in a flrst-class mil
lira. Kwander invites the nubile to call and In
pc:ther stock, whieh she will take pleasure,in
liuwuia w m'l i wmi . n.w uuhhih wrii.
CAIRO CITY BOOK BINDERY
JOHN n. ODERLT CO.,
Bulletin Building, corner of 12th
street and Washington avenue,
All kinds or BinJInt; and Rutisx don at tha
very lowest prices. Having enRsaed the servi
ces or II r. Huels, who baa had many jsara
ezperienco In one or best binderies of Bt. Louis,
to superintend tnis establishment, we can oon
Hdeoily promise our patrons worlc equal to that
nf anv Hinderv In the weat
WINEt AND I.I(10URa.
WllOlISAtE IMfl RITIU DISSS IM
I WINES AND LIQU0RS I
And proprietor of ho'" and ependld
NO. 75 OHIO LEVXE,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
Wines ami Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest tlgures. Call and examine.
HEAL. EMTATK AOENCl .
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (SECOND IT LOOK) OUIO LEVEE,
Bur- and Ssll Rkal Estate,
. PAY TAXES,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELR
Aadpetpar Convsraace of Klodii
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
scccsssoa vo roHta a STOctruta
Keeliryer and WboleaIo DsUsur fa
1'orelKU anil lloaswlie
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Lsvu,
HE keeps on hand constantly a full stock o
Old Kentucky llourbon, Rya and Monona
lela Whiskies, French Brandies, Holland Ola
Rhine and California Wines ItsW
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on haad moal m
plet stock of
SCOTCH A IIP I&ISE WBBKm
-a i m 8,
Port, Haderia, Sherry and OtUffbtWlMt
n UatYTH A oo. ii xdutvly for ak, t
IX. which hot Uj tawlf Ma afslal Its,
two f cIom mIb My. H