THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1872.
JOIlsTToHKHlTv, Editor aimJWdMjcr.
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DAVID A BROWN.
KO CLKIIK OF f-UritKMK COURT StOUTIIERX
B. A. D. WILBAXKS.
for congress eighteenth distiuct,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEM DEI! nOARl) or equalization,
JOHN ME YE KS,
of ItanJolpli County.
fect that bo was ridiculously and prcpos
torouily sober at llio batllo of Shiloh.
wlioro Mr. Honry T. Blow and eovoral
hundred other vop1o omobow got tho
Idea that !in was slightly drunk. To
avoid any mistakes, It may bo woll toitato
ourdcllborato opinion that Gonoral Grant
never tatted a drop of liquor In his llfo.
Wo think wo rcnictnbor hearing Gen.
Grant dollrer n ietnporanco lecturo when
ho was stationed in Cairo during tho wnr.
It was nn eloquent effort, though wo don't
remember Mint it reformed anybody.
A TEMPERANCE " MAN
HE DRINKS TOO MUCH, AND
SMOKES TOO MANY MILD
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce C. K.
-LACK as a candidate for the otlieo orClty
We are authorized to announce It. A.
llNMNfillAM a- a candidate for City
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
IIAUMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Not ember next.
AVc are authorized to announce It. S. YO
CIM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
roit COUNTY ATrOltNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W
WK1111, Es(j., a a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
Wt are authorized to announce 1. H.
Pope a a candidate for County Attorney at
the enuring November cleeilon.
AVe arc authorized to announce FITTER
SAUP a a candidate for .Sheriff at the etmi
Ing No ember election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IKVIN s a candidate for re-election
to the office ofSheritfol Alexander county
We are authorized to announce JOHN
II. GORMAN us n eandiilatu for re-election
to the olllce of Coroner, subject to the deci-
klon of the Democratic Contention
The season of Fairs has opened propi
Tk.vkik Clakm.v, having been forced
to give up her desire to rido it hore as
colonel, has concluded to try tho stage.
The second trial of Mrs. Fair has com
menced in Han Francisco. All day Mon
day was spent in tho itictl'oetunl endeavor
t) impanel u jury.
Senator Wilson, who denies that ho
over was a know-nothing and that ho ovor
said Grant takes too much liquor, in tho
faco of convincing evidence that ho was
the first and said tho lust, seems to bo a
tort of Ananias by nature Hois not even
tho man ho says ho is being Jeremiah
Colbaith instead of Henry Wilson.
Til K soldiers and failors convention in
Pittsburg on tho 17th promises to bo a big
thing. Tho administration it sparing
neither pains nor money to ensure a crowd.
Soldiers, great and small, ottlcers iind pri
vate?, sound and crippled, will bo thuro
in force, and the enthusiasm, bought and
paid for with the plentiful funds of tho
adininiitratlon, will bo as noisy as tho
most ardent friends of Grant can desire.
REPLY TO SENATOR WILSON'S
DENIAL THAT GRANTS
Honorably and Dear Sir: You havo
thought propor to address mo through tho
public papers. I thoroforo feel it to bo
my duty to reply to you in tho samo man
Wo havo known each other for tho last
quarter of n century as outspoken ad
vocates of tho prohibition by law of tho
manufacture, and sale, as a beverage, of nil
intoxicating drinks. It was on this ac
count that I called on you several times,
in tho winter of 1S7'J, with a viow to induce
you to accept tho nomination of tho tin.
tional Prohibition Party us their candidato
for President of thu United States. Our
conversation' related to public men, to
public measure; and of course, to Presi
dent Grant who was then seeking, a ho
Is now, by public appeal to the American
people, to bo re-elected to tho first public
otlico In tho land.
In ono of thoio conversations hold in
your own room, open to thu public in
Washington, without any intimation on
that subject on my part, you, honorable
Sir, startled mv with thn rotuark :
"President Grant drinks too much."
After a moment's pause you added : "I
havo told him so.''
Another brief pauso ensued, when you
again added : "The President smokostoo
much. Ho is poisoned through and
through. When I remonstrated with him
about it, tho President laid to mo 'I
smoke mild cigars.' 'That may be, Mr.
President, I replied, 'but you smoko so
muny of them.1 ''
These, Senator Wilson, aro tho exact
words usod bv you on that occasion. You
cannot havo forgotten them. It is of no
use for you to deny tliem. rs either can it
bo denied that Hon Wm. E. Dodge, of
New York, and other gentlemen devoted
to tho temperance reform, havo sought to
induco President Grant to sign tho pledge
of total abstinence.
In giving thi statement of yours to our
countrymen, Mr. Senator, you'havo known
me many years, aro well aware turn l am
actuated bv no other desirn than toco
what I can to aid tho voters of America to
arrive at riuht conclusions with regard to
their duty toward thu men who solicit their
votes. Your statements to me, honorablo
Sir, respecting tho drinking habits of
I'resiuent urant aro oi suen a nature as to
render it imperative that I should give
them to the public I havo. therefore,
given your statements to tho press, in
answer to n call mado on mo by a gentle
man nnd man of honor, a on and i Mr,
and tho parties wo both represent, must
abido by tho result.
Allow mo to, reply, in conclusion, to the
opinion you volunteer in your loiter to
me, as to tho cliaractur ot tnu ottier lacts l
adduced in my published letter to Mr.
Yerrington. Evory ono of theso facts, Sir,
is literally ana strictly true, ah oi tiicm
are furnished to inn by gentlemen whoso
words r.o ono will Uaru dispute. Uno oi
them was handed to mo by a moU disting
uished United States bontttor, who you and
I, Sir, know very woll, In a letter addres
sed to him by a scholar of known reputo
in Cambridge, Mass. And you, Mr. Sena
tor, confess to tho truth of your own state
ment to me with regard to tho well-known
drinking habits of President Grunt, by ad
mitting, in thu letter to which 1 am now
replying, thas ho uses liquor, us a boverago,
to such an extent that yon say you had a
mind to ask him to sign tho total absti
nence pledge, and join tho Congressional
I rnsneetfiillv submit that, bv thesn con
fessions, you havo cslubliehed my wholo
I avail myself of tho opportunity to ndd
that when utiy responsible citizen, directly
authorized to speak for President Grant,
publicly denies tho truth of tho statements
us to his drinking habits mado by me,
immof, places, und dates will bo produced.
I am prepared to maintain tho ox net truth
of every word 1 havo stated.
I remain, Mr. Senator, your obedient
CiiAULictt Wheeler Dknikon,
Secretary of thu National Prohibition
Wabhinuton, Aug. 20, 1872.
or his looks betray human Impressions.
Ho is of a slight though wall-knit frame;
in height hois about flvo foot sovon, and
stai.ds orcct. Hlsoyois adcep hazel, with
a wicked expression.
THE COOIC MUlTbEillN MIX
NESOTA. HIS statement of the affair.
From thu St. Paul Prei, September 0.
Yesterday Mrs. Bobolink, tho mother
of tho Indian murdoror, catnu down to St.
Paul nnd had nn interview with her ton
at tho rounty jail. Tho mooting was
marked with it good deal of display offer
ing on tho part of both, and apparently
tho feeling was real, lloth shed toars
freely and sobbed vlolontly. Thoy sub
sequently calmed tholr feelings and llobo
llnk told his story to his mother, whilo
Allen Jordan sat on thu floor in ono cor
ner of tho room, writing down what was
said Tbo following is
Last spring, in March, my brotbor-ln-law,
Shar-BoiWaze, nnd mysulf, started
out West hunting ; after camping out six
or seven nights I left him and wont to
tho sugar camp and stayed thrco nights,
and went back with ono man and a boy :
when I left my partner and did not find
him whore I loft him, nnd campod thcro
ono night with two follows, nnd nox morn
ing wo started out in ono direction, went
n little way, and turned back, and I
camped out alono ono night on my way
back toward Oak Lako. Next morning I
did not fcol woll, and started out, traveling
very slowly; in tho afternoon I saw Half
Solo trapping, nnd had totno talk with
him about tho camp. Ho told mo thera
was n boy at tho camp, and I wont thero
nnd got something to cut. They gavo mo
four'muskrat skins for n pair of mittens,
and tho boy started out a littlo way with
mo and turned back. Ueforo I left my
homo at Leech Lake, my brother, Flat
mouth, tho bend chief of the Pillager band,
Iind a talk with me, nnd told mo to tell
the whltos that my father had had pcaco
with them always. And now (said ho) I
want you to tell tho whites to let my
nephotv go freo. I want him to draw my
annuities just as soon us I sco tho Indian
agent. I want him to say what ho thinks
ot this matter. I think tho Indians hung
at llralnerd had no fair trial ; they don't
know whothcr they wcro guilty or'not.
Mr. Flatmoutb, in a communication
to tho prisoner says ho wants to havo
peace with tho whites oil tho time, and
subscribes himself "Truly yours, Flut
mouth, leading Chief of tho Pillagers."
1 went along toward Oak Laku. In tho
evening 1 selected a camping plies. I
wont over to Mr. Cook's to buy npleco of
bread with tho four muskrai skins. I
went into tho house, nnd said "How do
you do?-' Mr. Cook told me to go oil". Mr.
book told Ilobolink ho had been thero tho
day beforo trying to soil rat-skins, but ho
safd it was" not him. "You camo hero
yesterday and scared my wifo and my
ehlldreniand I wont you to leave," and I re
ceived a blow from his foot which knocked
me down ; ho then took a stick, and beat
me with it. I don't know how long I laid
there, nnd finally I got up and went to a
buggy which was standing thoro and got
Into It and sat thero thinking about it.
My tempor was increasing nil tho timo, so
I mado up my mind to go to mv camp. I
got my gun and pistol a flvo shooter, and
went hack to look s. as soon as x got
thero I was pretty mad, and shot Mr.
Cook with my gun, which was a sinjrlo
barrel. Ho did not full and I shot him
with my pistol and he fell to tho floor, and
tho woman camo out from the bed-room
and I shot her all tho tlmo on tho out
side. Thoy both died right thore, and I
wont into tho houso and killed tho thrco
young ones with my knifo and thoy novcr
cried. Tho reason I killed tho family was
because ho commenced on mo first. After
killing them I left, but wont back, think
ing I ought to cot something ; but l got
no money and took clothes which I had
when arrested. I novcr took spoons or
pistols; only tho clothes. I then set fire
to tho houso and went away, and this is
tho straightcst story I havo told boforo my
mother, who camo down to learn tho
truth ; and she will go back and tell my
friends what 1 havo said, but 1 do hopo
my annuity monoy from thu Pillogor band
will got me clear. A good many strangers
havo como to see inn, but my mother has
mado mo cry for tho first timo. I did not
crv bocaubo I was afraid, but I cried be-
cnupn I saw my mothor feel so bad.
Grant, who'eloafut Long Ilranch is
over for tho season and who now smokes
his cigars contentedly in the newly re
paired rooms of tho Whitu Houso in
Washington, Intends shortly to comiiieneo
preparation or his annual message. So
says thu associated press, but it is not
likely tho work will bo begun until Mor-
ton gets through with tho labors of thu
campaign ko that ho can uisUt. Nobody
but ninnies now believes that Grant
writes his annual mesiages without assis
TiiK'Olection In Maine has resulted in it
majority for tho Republicans of about
tlftoen tbousund. The election for gov
ernor in I H'18, guvo tho Republican party
a majority of twanty thousand, four liun
dred and three. Tho Liberals havo not
khotvn tholr fuU strength In tho ttuto
while tho Radicals havo worked like beav
ers to secure a victory. Jilalno is re
lected, aim of tho results which the ad-
ministration wits determined to achieve.
AirriDAVlTH aro pouring In from loyal
utMrdlniU of Protldunt Grant to tbo ef
WHAT THE (SUPPOSED NATHAN MURDERER
HAS TO hAY FOR HIMbEI.F.
(Wa.hlnjfton Special to Chicago Time-, tith.)
Frank Howard, iift'aj Bill Forrester,
was arrested hero on yesterday, on sovurHl
charges, ono of Ilium being that ho kuuw
some thing ot tho rtuiiian murder, mid
was takon to Now York to-iiMit. Chief
of Police Richards, of this city, after Ins
arrest, charged him with being Forrester.
Tho prisoner replied that it was no uso
now denying tho fact, sincu thoy hud tho
points so fine on him. Ho hud been hunt
ed down liho a dog, and ho was tired of it.
Ho would huvo given liimselt up long ago
wore It not for tho fact that ho had es
caped from prison in Jolict, Illinois, twice,
and onco in the State of Michigan. Af
ter thu examination ho tho prisonor), was
placed in n coll at tho huadquurtor, and
tho police authorities of Nuw York noti
fied, Forrostor hiujust returned from a
trip south. Ho fdutc that cloven months
ago hu went to Now York city, wlioro lie
stayed tlvo months, alter inaving lor Pitts
burg, Vu., from which place ho went to
Norfolk, henco south. Ho wus born in
Scotland, nnd part of his llfo has been
spent at sea betoro tho mast. In an Inter
view with l-orrestcr tho following wus il-
QuoUlnn How long huvo you boon in
Forrostur About eight days. I camo
hero from thu couth.
(J. They glvu you thu credit of being
thu Nathan murderer. How about that?
F. Well, 1 am willing to stand trial for
that charge. 1 know thu newspapers huvo
said 1 was susplciouod, but If they let mo
looso I will go to Now York on my own
res pons! billy and answer tho cltargo. I
would havo given myself up long ago had
It not been that two unexpired sentences
In tbo penitentiary hung ovor my head,
and I did not euro about boing Jugged.
Q. Ilou teem to bo somewhat of a na
tional character. You seem to loom up as
a principal In a good deal of crimo?
TX"' u w,)rdur thoy don't blatnu
m'jwitli buingeonncct-d with tho IJaltimoro
bank robber v. I genorally como in for a
good sharu of tbo blainufor all crimes com
inittoJ. Q. You and Roddy tho lllaoksmlth uro
two favorite characters in pollen courts
F.Yos; nothing Hue having a national
Forrester is ovidontly a dangerous man,
A NEW rilASE OF THE QUESTION.
In 'Old and Now,' for Soptember, is tin
article on "Ghosts and Ghost Seeing," by
F. W. Clark, which puts a now phaa
upon tho phenomena ot Spiritualism :
Tho person believing, or wishing to bo
llevo in Spiritualism at tho outset, is all
tho timo looking for visions, und con
sciously or unconsciously, trying to oxcilo
them ; and nut knowing what thoy arc,
ascribes thera to spirits.
Tho powor thus acquirod Is ot first ex
orted for tolf, then for friends, then for
friends' friends, and finally tho possessor
of it becomes a public "souing medium."
Suppose, now, it beliovor hud a "soanco"
with such a person. Tho medium sees
curtain forms surrounding tho client, and
describes them vaguoly ; for instanco,
thoro is seen an old man with gray hair, u
littlo girl, or a smiling infant tho naturo
of tho spirit desired often being suggested
by tho visitor. Thus tho latter wishes
to know if his or her mother, or father or
brother, or some other rulativo is prosunt,
und tho medium bccs as required. Mean
whilo. unconscious v. thn believer catrerlv
fills out in his or Iiur own mind tiio de
tails which aro not brought into tho me
dium's description, and finally goes away
sattsiied witn ttio "spiondid tests ' received
and tho beautiful languugo heard.
Now, I do not wish, in tills connection,
to bo regarded as condemning Spiritual
ism. Thu subject is so many sided and
firoicnls so muny curious phasos that a
tasty condemnation of tho wholo from tho
examination of a elnglo set of phenomena
would bo in tho highest degreo rash. My
desire hero is meroly to show that tho see
ing of supposed spirits needs no spiritual
hypothesis whatovor tonccountfor it; such
hypothesis being rather a hindrance thnn
nn uld. It seems to mo, however, it may
appear to my readers that all gomiino
cases of "ghost seeing" may bo referred to
tills peculiar affection of tho oyo sensorial
vision and may bo clussod directly with
tho ordinary flashes of color which all per
sons muv produco at will. Possibly, also,
tho torribio visions of tho drunkurd, of tho
opium outer and of tho fovor patient, may
bo classed In tho samo category. What
ovor tho direct optical causo of thorn may
bo, it is hardly rcusonablo to bollovo tha
phonomona which aro controllabloby will,
or productlblo by illnoss or by poisonous
drugs, can bo ascribed to active, indepen
dent lntolligonco .outsido of tho moor's
A UOMANTIU STORY.
Tho Jersey City 'Journul'' tells tho fol
lowing romantic story s
Onu of those singular coincidences
which occasionally happen, und soom al
most beyond tho gaugo of possibility, oc
curred in this city on Wednesday evening.
On that nvonlng William Thompson und
a fow of tho crow of tho sailing ship
Macedonia, recently arrived at the port of
Now York from Canton, China, camo
ovor to Jersey City. They woro woll
supplied with money, and consequently
got verv drunk. Thompson being the
most under tho influouco, lay down on a
door stop and fell asleep. At a lato hour
tho next morning ho awoko with a start
for ho hoard tho sound of a volco which
was strangely familiar. Rubbing his oyes
and looking around him ho found himself
In a neatly furnished room, and sitting
near thn window was Maggio Kcaburn,
tho girl whom ho hod parted with eight
years boforo in tho city of Mon
troso, Scotland. His surprise wns
overpowering, nnd "My God,
Moggie, " Is that you?'' burst from his
lips, and broughtMagglo to his Me. Ho
was soon convinced lliatslio was real llcsh
and blood. In answer to his inquiries as
to how ho got thoro ho was informed that
iiho heard his volco at tho door, and knew
it at once. With tho assistance of hor fa
ther and brother ho was takon into tho
houso and put to bed. Thompson says that
during his reckless, ovontful life, many
strange things havo happened to him, but
that his last adventure boats them all. In
18C1 ho parted with Mngglo In tho city of
.Montrose, bound lorUnllao. iiopromi'cd
to marry hor when ho returned from tho
voyage, bttt ho forgot all about his be
trothed. Slnco then ho has been in most
pnrti of tho world, but never wroto n lino
to his faithful Scotch lassie. Tho singu
lar manner in which their meeting has
boon brought about may lead to some result.
THE DYING DOMINICAN.
FATHER TOM DURKK AT THE POINT OF
From the Nctv York World, Sept. (1.1
The announcement that Futhor llurko.
tho Dominican priest, would lecturo last
evening, nt tho academy of music for tho
bouefit of tho institution of mercy, was tho
means of colicctlnir it number of nooiilu
who woro anxious to hear him ; but to their
disappointment tho academy was closed,
owing to tho illness of tho lecturer, whoso
recovery for tho past two du n has boen
almost despaired of. Father Jiurko, after
returning irom a cull on .Monday night,
was prostrated by n severe attack of hem
orrhage of tho lungs, and afterward with
cholera morbus, which tended to irritate
his first complaint. Thu best medical
skill of tho city was immediately scut for,
nnd, owing to the united ell'orts of thu doc
tors, tlieru aro somo hopes that ho may re
cover. Thu causa of his severe imd'tud
dun illness is attributed to overwork, and
it is deemed necessary by the reverend
gentleman's friends that lio ciincol all en
gagements to lecturo until he has entirely
recovered. Fatter Rurko was sent to this
country u few months since by the general
of his order in Rome us tbo visitor-general
of tho Dominican order in America.
Slnco his nrrival in this country ho has
delivered in ono hundred and llfty days,
in addition to his dutie., ono hundred and
sixty-two lectures and one hundred and
forty-nlno sermons. Ho has also at
tended carefully to tho publication of his
book of sermons, which was issued a few
weeks since Owing to his immenso pop
ularity among tho Catholic portion of tho
community his illness has been kept-se
cret, and consequently tew persons outsido
tho clergy weru awaro that he was so neur
WILL HLAINE DENY?
(From tho New York World.)
It is nearly u month sinco a full circum
stantial account appeared in tho public
prints of ono of tbo most scandalous tran
sactions over alleged to havo been consum
mated, oven in this day ot great tbinus in
rascality. This story charges on sundry
members of Congress, including Ulaine,
Wilson, Routwell, und others, that thev
took largo bribe from tho Credit Mobile to
secure tho interest of tho Union Pacific
Railroad. Not ono nuthentlc denial
of tho charge has yet been made. What
does lilulho emphatically deny? Does
ho deny that Oukcs Ames
mado out this list? Or does
ho admit tho authenticity of tho list, and
cuarge uakes Ames with slander und liilso
hood in putting his name on it. Vuguo
telegrams invoking Heaven to witness and
all that sort of thing will not moct this
case. -No ono but lihunu has evor attempt
cd to meet tho charge. It must bo met.
WIFE MURDER IN ARKANHAS.
(I- rom the Leavenworth Commercial, stpt. 0.)
Dr. Chnse, of tho Kansas 'Farmer,' who
returned to tho city Inst ovoninc from
Miami county, furnishes us with tlionows of
it terrible murder, on Jrndoy night, near
An old farmer named Shearer, a resi
dent of Miami count', sinco thu curly set
tlement of Kunsas, reeontly becumo "vory
quarrolsome in his family, und on Friday
night attacked his son-in-law, who escaped
from his grasp und run out of tho houso.
Ho remained out but it few minutes, and
returned with a club to defend himself
and tho balance of tho family. Upon re
entering, a ghastly sight presented itsolf
boforo him. Whilo absent, tho old man
had murdered his daughtor, cutting her
bowels out, and then cut his wifu's throat
from car to car. As soon us his son-in-law
camo in, ho ronowod tho attack on' him,
but was fulled by a sovero blow ovor tho
head'with tho club, which killed him al
Whon Dr. Chase loft tho old lady was
still allvo, but ne hopes wcro entertained
of hor surviving.
AN EDITOR S URATlTUDE.
An Indiana editor lays down his shears
for a fow minutes to writo a double leaded
editorial, in which ho plaintively re
"Wo aro tho rcclplonts of a half n peck
of niro onions, two wuter melons, und a
bottlo of gingor beer, from ono of our sub
scribers. Tho gifts woro liko tho shadow
of a rock in a weary land. Wo aro glad
somo ono remombered us in tho midst of
our labors and cares, und evinced that re
membrance in so dojicatu a manner. Wo
doat on onions and lovo melons dourly,
and so long us tho fragrance of tho former
and tho gripes of tho latter lingor nbout
us wo shall hold tho kind donor in utl'uc
tionato remembrance 'J heso littlo acts
inspire us to renewed nxortion, but our
subscription price will remain tho sumo.
THAT LITTLE HILL.
A littlo ovor four years ago John D,
Honderson tout to tho St. Louis ' Demo
crat 'for publication an article dofendlng
his cotirso in tho United States senate in
tho Andy Johnson impeachment cuso.
Hu received in turn n bill of over $400
for publishing it. Should tho ' Democrut'
charge him in tho sumo ratio for ovory ar
ticle published on his behalf in tho pres
ent canvass. If hu makes thu race, it will
bankrupt John beforo tho contest is fairly
opened. ISI. Joseph Gazette.
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Flvo Prizes 600 5. GREENBACKS
Ten 1'rir.os 100
Two Fatnllv Carrlatres and Mntcchd Horsoi
tvllh .SIlicr-Mounted Harness, worth l,r00
Two How and Huglcs with .Silver-Mount
cd Harness, worth Ci0O each!
Two Fine-toned ltoottood Pianos worth
.Ix Family Setting Machine. - - worth
81(h) each 1
KiOO Oold and .-liter Lever Hunting
tt incurs worm iromcu to jshm eacn.
Ladle' (lold I.enntlne Chains !cnt'n (lold
Yt Chain", .-olid an, Dotibled-lMated
.-llvcj Table and Teaspoon, Photograph
.Minims .letverif, .ve.,.vc., .vc.
Whole number iiirts, lti.OoO. Tickets I.lml
AnKNTti WANTED TO SEl.I) TICKETS
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Ticket six Ticket- 10;Ttolte
Tickets $M; i'tveiity-llve Tickets SIO.
Circ ular oouUluiDK foil list of prism, ade
nrriptlon of fie tnnnoer ol ilrawlOK. and other
Information In iffi-micn in the lltrlbmlcn, III
hr eent tn any on onirrlng thi-m. All letter
tniiftt be addreMed to L. V. MNK, Ilox, 86,
nrrirt, Cincinnati, O.
101 West Alh ft. noir.wldlv
MISSOUltl STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalizkd iiv State Authokitv and
Drawn in 1'uiu.ic in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Class I, ro hk Drawn Sept. 30, 1872.
0,880 Frizes, Amounting to $300,000.
w rriiejor i no
t " of. 1,(J
j or too
0 " of .. WO
t) " of. 2JO
' of 200
.VI " of 150
iwi or........ lto
WW " if. 10
Tickets ?10j Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, 52 00.
Our lotteries ar chartered by tho State, are
always drawn at the tlmn named, and all draw.
Ihrs are tinder the supervision of mora com.
The olllcial drawing Mill be published In the
ft. Loul' papers and a copy acnt to purchasers
We trill draw a similar scheme the last day of
e.tery month during tho ear 1872.
Remit at our rlk bv iislnlllco money order,
registered letter, draft or express, ('end for cir
cular. Address, MUltKAY, MILLKK 4 CO.,
r. U. box St IS. tit. Louis, Mo.
of M 7,6")
BATCHEI.OIfS IIAIIt DYE.
This superb hair dye is the best In the
world perfectly harmless rellablo and In
stantaneous. No disappointment. The gen
uine W. A. Uatchelor's Hair five produces
Immediately a natural Mack or brown. Does
not stain the skin but leaves the hair cleans
solt and beautiful. The onlv safe and per
fect hair dye. .-old by all druggists. Fac
tory, 1(1 Ilond street, N. Y.
Happy relief to yotiii;:mcn front the effects
of errors and abues in early life. Manhood
restored. Impediment- to Marriage re
moved. N'etv method of treatment. Xuw
and remarkable remedies. Itook ami cticti
lars sent free, In sealed envelop.
Addro.s.iloWAKI) ASSOCIATION, N'o.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa.-an In
stittition hating a high reputation for honor
able conduct and profes-ional skill
An Agent, male or female. inevervtownhlp
io sell the o.NLV standard book o'f the kind
"YOUMAN'AN'S DICTIONARY OF EV
ERY DAY WANTS,"
i.ontaiiiliig'20,(X)0 Receipts in every depart
ment of human cll'ort. $100 per year saved
U every one who has It. Everv body wants
it, KVEltV HOHY I1UYS IT lis soon as offered.
hW per week, sure. EXTRA TERMS.
Agents will miss It If they do not address
Continental Publishing Co., M.'l N. Sixth
Street. St. Louis. tv-.'lm.
l'AVI. il. NCIIUI1, AlC't.
SIMILIA SDIILIBUS CUUANTUIl
HAVE prnred, from the most amplo exper
lence, nn ntlro lucresst (simple Prompt
KHlclent and Reliable. Thev aro the only medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular useso slrn
plo that mistake! cannot be. made in uslm them;
so harmless ns to bo free from danger, and so
etticlentas to boaUnyi reliable. They hafe rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
always render satisfaction,
1, Cures levers, congestion, Inflammations.ju
2, " Worm, worm fever, worm eolie M
a ryinjc.couc or teeming ol inraiits.2i
iiirrnuea, or children nnd diilu...
llrHPiilpry, griping, b-llous colic Jl'i
t'holern. colds, bronchltus 2
Xcur.lrln, toothicho, faceaehe.M
Hviulnrlira, slclt headache, vertlgo2S
IINMpaln' b.llous stomaehe. jjS
H iiiiii resMtcsJ ,or painful period ......25
W filled, too profuse periods...
Croup, cough, ilftlcult bretliir(.25
MuUlllieiiiii, Erysipelas. Kruptlons25
lUiciimntiNui, rheumatic paini....2.'
I-'everaiiil AKur.ehlll Inter, gue.60
llr, blind or Moedlug ...."..-.
0ilittilriny, and sore or weak eye.M
I'ulHrrli, ac'iiio or rhroule, InfluentaVi
Aatluun, oppressed breathing . U)
Ymt lilac liurKfs, malred hearingUl
Nrroruln.enlarged glands, swelling'
Uencrnl Ileblllly, physical weak.ti
Hess . w U)
llropMjr and seanty.Hccretion U
Hvn Nli-kiieHM,slcfriesa from ridlusMJ
Kidney. IHxeiiKC., firavtl f,ri
.ervoiK Itehllll)-, seminal eri.is.
slonM.liitolunlHrv illscf.arcc j to
I'l v;ilosrs,wlth onn fit viol of powder
very necessary in serious cases,..6 o
Nore Mouth, canter m
llriuiiry U'riikiiCMn, weltlnn kod.0
I'ltlnriil I'erloiU, with spasms ut
NullorllK,l change of bfn...-...l 00
Jltlierli. ulcerated soro thrum 60
..... rsnii,i UABKt.
or ail to ill) Ini-sre vlau, mnrorco
or rosewood ciutc, rontnliilnirn
MiieclUc fur every orilluiiry din
i nut in rumlly IsNiiltjecl to, mid
liookH ordlrerlloiia frm 110 (o Kb
V0 "" to $k
Bpeclfia lor all I'rlvnle UUrnNew,
both lor t'urlnir and ror I'revru.
live treatment, iu vials ann pocket
eases st'J to n 0(1
Cures Hums, llrulaes. Lameness, Horeness, Horo
InroHt.bpialni, Teothache, Karanhe, Neuralgia,
.iheumntuin.I.umluiKo. Piles, Hulls, tinns,boro
Hycw, Hleellnuof the Luni(, Jfose, Htouutch, or
of i'lles, Corns, Ulcers. Old Hores,
nn, tin. uiuci., ,'1(1 nuiV,,
e. Dot., 60 els.; Pints, 1 60; Quarts, Jl 75
'Iheio remedies, excei.t I'on'I's Kxtraet, by
V'llieso remedies, exeei.t Pnml1. K.trft.., I.v
(lie rase or single nox, are scat tunny part of the
tuuiuij, !) iimiiof rxpress, ireo oi cnarge, ou
receipt of llio price.
IIUMKOl'ATIIIC MEDICINE CO.
Office and Depot, No, 602 Droadway, New.Vork,
FOIt bALE IIV P. 0. BOUUU, CAIRO, Ills,
8500,000 CASH D1TTRIHUTION?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
SEPTEMBER 1!8 THE DAY
YOUII TICKETS NOW Oil NEVER.
The vast sales ol tickets nlrcadvuiadc. and
the Increasing demand for them from all
iitlarter.s, hatitii; determined the Trustees
that tho (IRANI) OIKT CONCERT for the
bcnetltnf the PUIII.IC I.IKIt Alt V Ol' KEN-
'l'fTr.tr- ...I.. I r.. u . rl'l Til 11 i V CI'II.
TEMIIEitiH. 187'J, shall positively como off
on that day without postponement, tlicman
UKemcnt now notifies all who expect to par
ticipate In the drawing that thoy should buy
their tickets nt oncn. Delay for a few days
caused many who wanted tickets tit llio con
eert In December last to iro without them
Somo living In Loulsvllto waited until sales
were closed, expecting, no ilotitit, a poi
lionemcnt. nnd then otlercd lllteen. twenty
and etett twenty-fit o dollars, for tickets
which thn day beforo were ollcrcd to pur
chasers at the regular price. Others living
at 11 distance sent thousands of dollars by
mall nnd express, which got here after sales
wcro closed, mid had to be sent back.
These dNaiinollitmciits need not occur au'iilu
If the warning now glvcu In tine season Is
Tho drawing will begin precisely at II
o'clock Saturday morning, September Itf,
18T-J. in the great hall of the Public I.lhraty
biilldlng,atid continues until the one thous
and guts tire nil drawn.
LIST OK (HITS
One (irniul (lift, Casl
One Orand (Silt, Cash
I (lilts ofSiVNWeach..
: " i,uoo "
) " tSSj "
21 " NSI "
': 7ts "
Xt " Us) "
ir " m "
U) itx "
(so " :ks)
Wi ' lis! "
. .. .KI.UUO
, lo.ts-si '
, f,(KH) 1
, S.fKSI 1
, 7.IXKI 1
, (l,tS.S) '
. .'i.ikki 1
. i.mt '
. :i,t '
, H.IKSI 1
, Ki.Ots) '
. 1U.S0U '
1 'JI.IKsl '
, 'JtMss) '
, M,m '
, 01, s) '
Total l.tssl Gifts, nil Cah t.VsMKsl
The. Concert it-elf will bo the imit brilliant
orchestral tliil:iv that titer occurred In tin1
Wct. One hundred performer, gathered
from all parts of this country and from
Europe, under the direction of Profeor
Hast, will contribute to this grand mil. leal
carnital. And to afford ample room for
every ticket-holder to enjoy such tin unusual
musical festival, the Concert will be given In
Centra rark. tvliero arrangements oiv
been made to accommodate all who mav
Persons holding whole, half or uuartcr
tickets will be admitted to both the Concert
anil Drawlii!:. nnd none without such tickets
w ill be admitted to either.
PltlCE OK TICKKTS.
"Whole ticket-, fcjn; halve-, 5 : rpiarters,
?2..'i0; 11 whole tickets !or$100; 'JT tor 2.Vj;
ft! for f.Vs) ; 113 for &1,OOJ; for '1,'M s
.'iT.'i for $."i,Xs). No dl-coutit on less than 810)
worth of tickets at n time.
In accordance with numerous solicitations,
arrangements have been made with all the
railroad nnd steamboat lines leading into the
city for round-trip tickets good for six day-,
to all persons who may wish to attend the
Concert or Drawing. 'Such tickets will be
furnished by the I.otiistlllo ami Nashtlllc
Railroad, the Louisville, Cincinnati and Lex
ington Railroad, tho Loulstilte Indianapolis
and .Madl-on Railroad, the Ohio and Missis
sippi Railroad the l.oul-vllle and Cincinnati
Matlboat Lino and the l.oul-vllle, Owcn-horo
ami Henderson Mall Line Packets.
All audit" aru required to close "ales and
make their returns In full time to reach this
olllce by Thur-day, September 'Jj. To do
till" successfully those located at great dis
tances must close some days before the i'th.
All tickets to which gifts are awarded will
be paid without discount by the fanner.'
and Droters'ltank, either In currencv.'or bv
sl'ht draft upon the Fourth National Ilatik
of New York, at the option of the holder.
The tickets must llrst lie presented at this
olllce, Room No. 4, Public Library building,
before they will be paid by the bank.
Thu drawing will be published in the
Louisville papers and New York Herald, and
olllcial copies sent to purchaser, to whom
tickets have been sent by letter.
thomas k. iiiia.ii.i:tti:.
Agent Public Library of Kv., Public- Library
ltuildintr. Louisville Ky. !M;:od,t:wJty
Our Homo Advertisers.
- JAKE WALTER,
AXD lltiLIR IS
Eioiith Stkkkt, Between Wabmnqto.
Adjolnlnii Ul'teiihouan hiiiI llaiiny'n.
Keep the best or Heel, Cork, Mutton Veal.
I.Hinb, SautaKe, etc., "nd are. prepared to nrro
cltunns In the most acceptablo manner.
JAMES KYiN ASTON,
Uutciieh ani Dealer in all Kinds of
COKNElt NlNKTENTII ANI POI'LAU ST8.,
Rttys nnd slaughter only the best eattle
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to till any tie
maud for Iresh meats from one pound to ten
thou. and pou nds. d
UJLLIAltD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKN, froprlalur.
IOC Ojintneroial Afeuue, CAIRO, 1L.I.INOIH
Hest brand of Callfe laCI:arsu receltvJ,
MILLIARD saloon furnished Willi the best
oftables; und bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clears of the Ilnei-t bran i.
NEW EITRNITURE STORE.
has opened a New Furnitiiro Store .on
Conmierclnl avenue, opposite Seventh
street, und respectfully call attention
of the eltluiiH of Cairo and sur
rounding country to his
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
All new, and warranted of the
THE VERV REST MANUFACTURE
Ho gunrantecH satisfaction both in price
andfitlallty of goods.
USrCall on liliu beforo you make your
put chases. H-Sli dim.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii prepared to aupply customer with the bei
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Halllday Hros. office, 70
fi J'VMiWf?0.'.""?.? ctiVard below'the
.iL0111 080'.'.111 receive prompt ntten
i1.110. Tuo Montauk" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
D M UUUIIN.
'72; SPRING-SUMMER. '72 "
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JKAWI, 7XTKA,
LARUE STOCK OF CARPETING
01 LT 1IANM,
Ula Kutlro Nlock
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
COHNKU 8TII 8T. AND COMUEUCIAL-AV.,
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'n.
This house Is nctvly nttd up with two
And two lino
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon is stocked with the Beit
are compounded In the most approved style
tSTCome and see foryourscir. They keep
on hand a line stock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
80IIWEITZEH CHEESE AND HOL a
LAND HERRING. S
are sjireud monilng nnd evening nt nln
o'clock, at which nil uro Invited to partlo
pate free of charge. 8-l.til 1 1
1IOOT AND W1IOE NTUHE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., mar Atheneum.
Kup on band a good assortment of
' at nai
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Minos' and Childron'i Gaitim and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they toll at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
BUSINESS THAT "WILL PAY
from ?4 to $8 per day, can be pursued at your
own homes, and Is strictly honorable. Send
lor samples that will enable you to go to
work at once. Address
J, LATHAM A CO.,
(MOt. 202 WMblwjtoa St.( Boston, Maw.
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