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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1872.
IOHX It. OBKRLY, Editor and I'ubllshcr.
TKKMH OK THE DA HA
Om week, hy carrier
One yetrliy carrier, In advance
One month, hy mill
Btx months. ...
One rear ..
TUB DOLLAK WEKKI.Y liULLETIN
John II. Ohrlr bm reduced the Mih-crlp-lion
price of tho Wekki.v Caiho Hui.lktin
to One DolUr per annum, iiiaklne It tlio
cheapest paper puMUhed In Southern Illinois.
or New York ;
FOfc VICB rRMID-WT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF 8TATK.
for auditor or rUBUC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL OH AH A.
TOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANl'HIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OKSERAI,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. V. WILUANKS.
and tender wcro tho solicitudes that enmo
from admtuitlrntlon circles in hohalf of
Ibe bolting political waters. Laughter.
lint Ihcro was ono gravo miscalculation
mndo by tho Grant icadori. Thoro wcro
sotno honest boilers Irom tho Cincinnati
bolt, and nil men were Lot for sale Tho
result was that honesty boiled ngnin from
tho bolting bolters laughter, nnu tho rem
nant again bulled irom cacu otuer. inu-
nowcd laughter. Ono dlatinguiihed
bolter boltou oil' and gnvo out it platform
of his own. Mr. Goodwin started in His
bolt agniust bravo odds somotuiug over
tlx million to ono nnu, natr.rany onuugii,
ho flnnllr bolted from hlmsolf. Hoars ot
laiii'btor.l A small remnant mndo n
declaration of principles, nnd noiuiliutcd
Mr. UrousbacK lor iireaioent: l lorgoi
who for vica tircsldent. A committco was
appointed to notify tho nominees, but tho
commllto bolted before they found tho
candidate), and tho candidates bolted over
to urcelcy. (Urcnt applause. J ao enucu
thu boll from tho Cincinnati bolters. Tho
in Dcrion. nt tho (J runt committco he.nd-
quarters in Washington, and tho pnmnh-
lets now in mom wcro in mem wncn
Mr. Edmunds dcllvored thorn. You will
observe (holding up tho envelopes) that
ono is franked by Senator Hnrlan, of Iowa,
and tho other by 2! r. Foster, uf Ohio. 1
will rend you tlio llrst paragraph of tho
pamphlet tho envelopes cover. It Is as
" DkaR Sin Will you bo kind enough
to place this circular in the hands of ne
tivo democrat In yonr county, who will
at onco commutico nn organization for tho
purposo of supporting tlio principles of
our party, as they will be proclaimed by
tho convention nt Loulsilie, September
It is n long circular, and Is signed Wan
ton Duncan. His circulars were printed
liv the administration, at tho government
printing office, folded by government
officers, fronted by clerks who forgo tho
names of senators and' members by con
tract and circulated by postmasters. All
that could bo done on paper was llius
!.. nn.tiA .... Minn. ..II lint mill.
tal and trouble it put Into thu concern, and ! dono for tho Louisville-Grant show by
it needs no tlgurcs bevond n cipher to government clerks and dependents. Hut
I llioro wcro omer nnu iiugiuicr uuues iu
bo porforined to mako the snow prosper,
state its profits.
But tho Otant loaders would not bo dis
couraged. Camoron and Morton and But
lor, in their early religious studies laugh
ter, Imd read in l'ilgrim's l'rogrcsr, or In
their primers, that in somo lexicon there
is no such word as fail, and thoy resolved
not to fall. They had contracted for a
bolt; they had paid for a bolt; and a bolt
thev must have. Laughter. If not a
liberal bolt they must have democratic
bolt, and thereupon Mosby was welcomed
10 the hospitality of tho White House.
Tho warriors met and wcro fraternal.
Laughter. Mosby differed with his
brother hero In that ho was honest. Ho
went homo for Grant and told his pcoplo
It must havu money, it must have banners,
it mutt have band?, it must have trans
portation, and it must havo bummers
lilrod to swagger and swear that the de
mocracy can't bo sold out to Greeley.
Laughter It requited a Grant quarter
master, a commissary officer nnd a pay
master. Notwithstanding General Cameron
unsophisticated habits nnd tastes touching
quarlormniters, paymasters and bnpgagc
inasters fshouts of laughter!, he wo se
lected to run tho several departments of
this stalo. Ho culled itcvonuo utucer
Krrotl. tho chairman ol tho Cameron-
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We aro authorized to nnnounco Mor
ris B. Wiley as a candldalo for City
Treasurer at tho ensuing charter election.
We are authorized to announco Henry
Elliot as a candidate for City Treasurer
at the ensuieg charter election.
We arc authorized to announce ('. K.
SLACK ait a candidate for the otllce ofClly
We are authorized to announce It. A.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate Tor City
We are authorized to announce JOHN (J.
HARM AN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk oi
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announco It. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk oi Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
that ho preferred to del for Immediato i Grant party of the state, and gavo him
dolivcry. and that Grant was his man. . general command, with Instructions to en
rLaughtcr. Mosby bolted and the llrst list all stragglers about every camp, slid
r".i. r. t n, ,i,ninlt. ' to send thorn free to Louisville. Mr. hr-
iniu ui iiiu num t vtsivs iiiu " i
rott answered his chief that ticket cost
monov, and ho hud not the casn juii ni
hand. Ho reported that ho had a delega
tion mustered In for ten days, and as long
thereafter as pay and rations could ho
kept up laughter, but that they must
havo transportation. It was promptly
furnished bv Cameron. A relatlvo of
Vresidenl Grnnt engaged a band, and nil
went to Louisville merry ns a marriage
Tho convention nt Louisvlllo opened
rather inuuspiciouslv. Instead of begin
ning with prayer, us Is usually done, Mr
trillion wcro eathered in unspeakable joy
Tho antediluvian Wiso bolted with him
for tho ono hundred and nineteenth time
In his lite laughter, and will bolt every
fortnight until tho election ; but it was an
emergency that forbade ceremony or in
quiry, and ho was welcome Applause.
Then camo my old friend Rlunion Dun
can. His contract was stupendous. Ho
had mado a mlstako in Kentucky and got
on tho wroriL' sido during' tlio war. He
was so defiantly and offensively rebel Unit j
his lino estate was confiscated under llio
laws, and ho had to choose between stiii-
nortliiir Grant or bankruptcy. Not that Jilnntou Duncan opened it with n bar-
no loved Grunt more, but that ho loved I room brawl in which ho probably would
poverty less, decided his political status . hnvo whipped tlio other fellow if tho other
laughter. and he assumed tno contract oi fellow hud not very promptly whipped
defeating Mr. Groeltiv tit Baltimore. He I him. Shouts of laughter. And while,
got his cetato buck through Butler s chain- the chivalrous Duncan was ucccpting a
pionship in tlio house, and uratus up- Hogging In l.nulviiie, ono ot tno hopetui
proval, hut nolther Hoods nor frunked cir- I brothers-in-law 1 1 tlio president opened
culurs. nor eoifoless Importunities nor j thu bull at tho other end of tho lino by
prayers, nor tvnrs, nor office, nor contract, I clubbing an editor who was bowed bv the
nor all together laughter, could turn tho , Irosts of sixty winters. rUenowtd hiuirh
Democratic convention from its purpose. , ter.1 Tlio preliminary itltiruiishes being
ri'roloiiL'cd cheorinc.1 Brick l'omeroy over tho immortul Duucun called his wur-
wa4 by his sido and ho blasphemed loldly, i rlors Into council, nnd iniurmud them of
while Duncan begged piteous! v; but nono their duty. He told them how much ho
trembled or followed him. Not it dulo- ' had not received for not 9ulling out to
.-ato from any rtato could bo not to bolt, Greelev. and how manv millions it would
und Duncan and l'omeroy, and a half i require, to transfer his FalstulUnn army to
scoro more employed with iiicm to divide i ollhor side
Ohccr.l Thev claim n victor v where the v
did not venturo to run a Grant candidate,
nuuougn ronr years ngo thoy elected their
Governor bv 4.700. Thev shout them
selves hoareo over Vermont, whoro thoy
iosio,uuu on nny provious volo with so
largo n poll. Thoy aro wild with Joy ovor
amine, whoro thoy liavo lost twenty-llvo
por cent, ol tho Grant majority, nnd whoro
tho porcontngo of republican loss, if np
plied to rcnnsvlvonla, would bent thorn
Would you iolifv over Berks If. after a
most exhausting contest, nnd tho fullest
possible vote, she should glvo but 4,600
majority instead of CfiOO? Would you call
u n victory or n Ueleiu I They nro most
wclcomo to such victories In l'ennsyvanin,
nnd they will cot lust such victories, too.
rLnuchter.l Thev will Insn n lnritor nor
cent, or the republican vote lioro than they
iosi in jiaine, and with our TOO.ouo voles
against their 130.000. the Greelev miilor.
ity will run up in tho tons of thousands.
lAppinuse.J llo or good cheer, Irionds.
Tho battle wiirin! d icratp. ns power and
vennlily nlwavs battle for existence, but
tho people will sweep the cormorants of
our stnto. rrom power in octotior iy nn
overwhelming vole, and November" will
weep itseii. Appiaue.j
Dr.i.KitiTi't L St-RPRisK. Ladles
whoso faces are clouded bv superficial dis-
colorations, and who have re-solved to try
Hauans Magnolia Balm as n remedy,
nave no Idea or tho wokvme surprise they
will receive from their mirrors after a few
pplicallons of that healthful purifier of
the complexion. If at all excitable, thev
will scream with rapture on beholding the
change ; whether the blemish it is desired
to remove liosallowneis, notches, pimple.
freckles, roughness, or an unnatural pallor,
it is bound to disappear under tho tonic
operation of this wonderful agent. To sav
that the blemish disappears, does not, haw-
ever, convey an v Idea or the ellect produc
ed bv this celebrated beautitler. Tho un
sightly tinge, whether diffused ovor tlio
whole countenance or in spots, or pntches,
is replace! by a uniform, pearly bloom, to
which no description can do justice.
HE IS TRULY A STUMP SPEAKER.
Who, when talking, exhibits a mouthful
I stumps. If you would keep vour dent
al fixtures in perfect talking order, uso tho
iragrani sozodont dally; tho roeipo. is
mpiobut sure. o-io-iw-diVw
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to auuouuce H. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce 1. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
the eiuulmr November election.
We are authorized to announce l'ETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the cnu-
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAM1I
TON IRVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexander county
Wc are authorized to announce JOHN
11. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the deeU'
sion of the Democratic Convention
BOLTERS AND BOLTING
TUX CINCINNATI BOLT THE
BOLT OF THE BOURBONS-BOLTING-
IN Tilt. KEY
A RACY' AND EFFECTIVE SPEECH
OF COL. A. K. M'CLURE, DE
LIVERED AT READING, PA.,
This it a healthy year for bolters, and as
bolting is always healthy lor mo body
politic tho signs or the times nro most pro
Dltious. A wbolo national convention
with delegates irom every state, and
many of tho ablest statesmen of tlio na
. i t ,.i e . , , . ... r:
lion, ooiieu irum vuu uraiu pariy uv uui
cinnati. Thev did not bolt from their re
publican convictions, but they bolted from
the personal rule that has so deformed re
publicanism that independent und honest
men cannot recognize it as mo same puny
whoso noble achievements of tho past
havo written the brightest pngos of our
With them, as of old, came Satan also.
Men with dreams of ambition, or personal
ends to serve, found that they had mis
taken the purpose of tho body, and thoy
bolted a bolting convention. Laughter.
One who presided and mado the first ut
terance Informed the dolegatcs ihut "in
every department of the government the
alow poison of corruption seems to havo
pervaded the whole civil and political ad
ministration oi the country from head to
foot." But the Idol of bis faith wus free
trade, and, as tho convention bolted free
trade, bo was left shivering outside, and
ha bolted by the mere force of political
irravitatlon. Great lauirhter.l llavlmr
thus bolted, be at once became a patriot in
toe estimation of tho administration he
had Just denounced as a running sore of
corruption, and his professional services
just then happened to bo needed by tho
government. Thus persuaded, profes
sional gravitation landed him In the arms
or urant. Liaughter.j JJerore the Uln,
clnoati convention met be stated in n let
Ur to a friend that ho would cordially
support Mr. Greeley if nominated.
Aftr tha convention bo went wooling,
ana was mei whii plentiful Hocks
Roars or laughter. Judge Stanlo
Matthews, of Ohio, will recognlzo thi
But sub great uincmnaii outburst
bolters, like the outbreak oi lonif-suioth
rod curronts. sent petty streams and
sprays la all manner of odd direction
away from the tidal wave, and each on
saaastto have become ambitious to bo a
loodof its own. Loughtor, Cameron and
Twaad. aud Morton and '-Brick" Pome-
rojr, and B-itler and Mosby, and othors of
HKa pronounced patriotism laughter,
kaateaad to water the multitude of Infan.
til toods tbat have Jetted off from Cin
claaati, and tbey were llmilly all turned
(award Gotham. Many wcro tho prayers,
the convention, had to improvise n bolt of
their own to muko tlio appearance oi earn
ing their pay. They met und stared at
each other nnd soon boiled ovor to the
next dav to hiro recruits from idlers nnd
boys. Again tlmy met, nnd, finding that
they would soon nil bolt from oach other
1,1 ..I.! 1 1 .. - ll.t.!
llKO n grinuiiono Miivcreu uj n iiguiiimg
troke, they called mo Liouisviuo conyen
Ion, and then bolted back to tho adminis
tration, for reinforcement of money nnd
men. I Laughter. 1 Tho Grant leaders at
once guvo notico that tho weary nnd laden
of liourbon Democrncy can now nnd rest.
Laughter.l That the bankrupt in pon
ies and property can meet with it profita
ble wolcome, nnd that tlioso who nro still
nrepentant rebels, and who protest
against tho surrendor of tho issues
f the war. can llnd cental lellow-
hip and cncouragomenl in tho adminis
tration ranks, iuurpny oargnineu wun
Twend nnd O Connollv und O Bricn for
safetv to tho first and honors for tho last,
and they bolted to Grant. 1 ho robel lien-
erul Pillow s mules, tuken in war, wore
bolted into n claim against tho govern
ment, nnd Pillow bolted tho Bultimoro
ticket, alter winch thoy boltod on his
mulis. Laughter. Harris, of Mary
land, who was cci sjred by n Republican
congress for disloyalty while u member of
tho house, bolted for urunt because dis
loyalty wus not maintained nt Baltimore ;
nnd Brick l'omeroy nnd Wendell Phil
lips bolted togetner for Grant, and for tho
same reason. Both nro lawless and revo
lutionary, und neither have supported n
successful cnndic'a'u within mv recollec
tion, l'omeroy blasphemed Lincoln and
Grant when candidate before, nnd Wen
dell Phillips, with equal fervor, blas
phemed tho constitution nnd tlio laws tin
dor which they wore elected. Both
stumped tho country, declnring Grunt's
intellectual and moral unfitness fur tho
presidency, nnd ns usual with such chaotic
agitators, when tho country has reached
the sumo conviction, they bolt in pusslon
from thcmsulvcs. Laughter. And
Toombs bolts and Is made welcome; und
Stephens bolts nnd Is Invited to the Grnnt
feast. Thoy bolt becauso (Srcelcv was for
tho emancipation nnd enfranchisement of
the slaves, und unrruon nnd Douglas bolt
to Grnnt, bocnuso Grnnt is moro for tho
emancipation und enfranchisement ot
the blacks than Grcoloy is. Laughter.
And wo hnvo boltors in Philadelphia,
nenrly uno-hnlf of ono for every thousand
democratic votes In the city. Laughter.
They aro professional and should bo on
couraged, nnd us they will probably bolt
from und to each other forty times be
tweeu this nnd tlio oloction, it would bo
unjust to them nnd tho public to name
thorn now Laughtor.l Tlio ndminis
trntion noxt turned in quest of needy und
edy adventurers to hlro for tho bolt to
The postmaster tit W ashington. Mr. J
M. Edmunds, who is ulso secretary of tlio
Grant congressional committee, issued tho
foiling circular, and sent it out to Grnnt
Dostmnstcr. under frank, to bo delivered
to nny one who would go to LouUvillo
and accent pay for his services :
" Washington, r. C, July ISO, 187-'
" Dear Sir l'leaso send tho inclosed
circular to active Democrats of your dis
trict who do not support ,Mr. ureeley und
win co-operuto in tlio Louisvlllo conven
tion, tend mo a list of such men in your
" J. M. Edmunds, Socrctary."
Hy somo miitake ono of tho circulars
came to mo, nnd I concluded tlmt. us
looking after political conventions this
year is my business, I would help Grant's
postmaster and secretary to dlitrlhuto his
uocumeiiis ior mu urant sido show nt
Louisville. Laughter. I accordingly
sent a gentleman to seo Mr. Kdmumln. nmi
to inquire how tho Louisvlllo movement
might bu promoted. As It had no party
BV III! W I'UCK II, IV Hill UXUUKUIIIgiy blCKI'
and needed nursing. Laughter. Mr,
Edmund whs waited upon at the Grnnt
committee headquarters In Wuihlngton,
and he " suriled so childlike and bland"
Laughter that my friend was for n timo
bothered whether Grant was to bo for tho
Louisvlllo ticket, or whother tho Louis
vlllo ticket was to bo for Grnnt. The val
iant poslmustor Imd documents hy tho
thousands, teaching the truo democratic
Our Homo Advertisers.
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i 'I'M and contractors In lots of M barrels nnd
upward, nt manufacturing prices, uddlng
Cairo. August 13, 1872.
STJtATTON & MUD,
(Huccestoi-a loBlmtlOD, II ml con A Clark,)
57 Ohio Lovuo, Cairo, Illinois
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FORWA RDING MERCHANTS,
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133 OHIO LEVEE,
ran Mr. Henry World's Toalc nnd
It Is the gTcat household remedy, pleasant to
tnka, yet poUnt for the prevention and cure of
llstnacs. It is betUr than Hitters, cordial,
tuc.hu or 8arsaparilla. Sold by Druggists
pathway, nnd ho gavo them out. with a
Hore uro two of thorn. Sensation.
These two documents (the speaker pre
sented two (ranked envelopes) were re
colved by my friend from Mr. Edmunds
A Virginia antediluvian, who had been
tenderly rocked in tho resolutions of '08,
presided, nnd tho programme was pro
ceeded with, according to conlruct, ns
rapidly ns could bo done, with some up
pearunco of deliberation. Now nnd then
adclecnto who hud been captured and cn
rolled without bounty laughter would
attempt to spcako his own thoughts, but
ho was out oi order. Train flashed upon
tho gathering like n full moon upon u pilo
ot fctalo mackerel laugiuer.j and, not be
ing commercial in politics, ho wus driven
from tho body.
Finally, tho ticket contracted and paiJ
lor by uameron, Tweed, -Morton & uo.,
was nominated, but it would not stand
O'Conor had convictions of his own, hut
ho wus not for sale, mid Adams would di
only in the arms of O'Conor. Laughter.
As there were no residuary legutees con
tracted for in tho shape of candidates, th
contractors were brought to n stand. I
wa O'Conor nnd cash, or nobody nnd
nothing laughter; nnd tho convention
broKo into ui. order ut tno prospect oi los
me their watres.
I . !..!. I I. 1 . 1. 1 1 ...
in u mum imervui vnu veneiaoie nine
diluvian from Virginia, who was in th
chair, was declared nominated for presi
dent; but there was nothing in it luugli'
tor, nnd it wns caned nioko. it was nnt
tural tbat so serious n cnlm as followed
tho dcclinution of tho candidate! con
traded for should bo succeeded by comedy,
11 cash was to bo denied them, they would
havo their lun, nnd they jnKcd Jyons on
the ticket, uut men ennnot always loko
Jokes won't pay grocery bills or clothe
tho baby laughter,! nnd soberness ro
turned to tho remnant of tho contractors
Many left in disgust to save hotel bill
and guvo tiicir proxies to Duncan ; but
tlio convention, lluding that tho contract
wus about to full, u vended themselves on
thoir chief contractor by denying him the
right to cast votes lor tlioso who had con
cluded they wero missed at homo.
r many, in utter desperation, tho con
tractors again nominated thu only two
men thoy know would not accept, nnd in
hnsto rushed lor thulr homes nnd tho pay
master's. rLaUL'hter.l A convention
of employed adventurers without n consti
tuency iltly closed without candidates,
and now it has dissolved among tho pco
plo, and is liko a twice-told tale. It lias
mado nil previous bread nnd butter con
ventions nnd brigades measurably re
spectable, and has given tho country tlio
lowest depths of political chlcuncy that
has ovor been soundod. Applause.
Tho country will well no to tho fact that
from but onu source docs encouragement
comu to tho restless, faithless men who re
fuse obedienco to tint now irrevocably set
tled issues of tlio war. When nil parties
mid nil soctlons havo yielded n sincere
obedienco to tho logical results of our con
flict, tho Grnrt administration has tho
only proll'er of wclcomo nnd encnursgo
mcnt for unrepentant rebels. Toombs,
Stephens, Wiso, Harris, nnd thoir few as
sociates, who continue tho war against
fate, uro Haunted boforo public through
Grnnt journal, with oditorial plaudits,
and they nro cheered in thcif professed de
votion to tho " Lost Cause " only by tho
Grant party, nnd nono hnvo been de
ceived by tho onlistmont of Twcod l'ome
roy, Connolly und O'Brien in tho Grnnt
It was ns much tho movement or Camo
ron, nnd Morton, nnd Conkling, and
Chandler, nnd Butler, ns was tlio Phila
delphia convontion, und Grant mnnagors
iimlisguisodly drummed up its protended
delegates and paid tho bills. It is a ilt
titiL' crown to tho bold monument of ad
ministration debauchery tlmt tho fow
hultant traitors of tho south und tlio dis
carded Tammany municipal harlots of tho
north should rush to tho Grunt ranks to
llnd genial and abundant championship in
death, Cheers nnd nppltiuso.
Mr. McCluro then roferrod to tho pros-
poets in tho stnte. He xnld that from
every iiart of tho state the reports wero
most cheering. In Philadelphia wo will
mako fraud hldo in terror before election
dny, nnd tho boasted majority of lii.000 to
11,000 will vanish. Choors. Ho fur in
every state that lias voted, thu Grant loss,
compared with equally full votes, hnsbcen
most significant ofdlsnitortothcm. They
Jollity over tho North Carolina becnusu
thoy hnvo manufactured n nominal major
ity bv frnud, whoro fodr years huh. thev
had 18.000. Thoy boast of Wost V rclnfii
because n Grooley man was defontcd for
governor; but thoy lorget to tell that n
Greeley man wns elected. Laughter und
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A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
A Private ConnaMnr tn il.u.i
or lbo.0 about Jo M.try, on Ik Ptfjr.lologlcil raj
iff o "1U,!on,oftb',"0ljy""il"'th9
inn is n r3reit bit work or tar, t,n,i..,t
sixty pagt, with Lunnromengrlng,nUcoutalus
valuatl. Information for tbosa who i? marrl.d or
coDUmplato tnarriay. i ttill It Is a book that ougut
about lb. houi.: ' ' "m va"'iy
I Vl,f?rT-'- 'EUI'Uiblrt,SLU.,.,k"
vspviav aa a asrrw a - .
JOHN B. IMILLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Hulli,l
DKALKRS IN HAi', COUN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTH-ST. am. OHIO LEVE
HAL LID AY BllOTllEUS
Frincipil Office 104 Fifth St., Uiu.,
THE ONLY HEUAIILE OtKT DIHTIUIIU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
50 OOO OO
IN VAJiUAll L E OIFTS
To bo distributed in
li- X3. ai3STE'S
To he drawn Mon.lny, IVto'iei 7lh, Wl. ,
O.NK GllAKll CAl'ITAL OK
$10,000 IN GOLD.
O.NK PlllK $5,000 I.S SlLVKUl
KivoPrIr.es it. 000 r (
Five Prixes COO g. i OREENUACKH
Ten Prizes 100 I
Two Paliilly CnrrlnKCH und Mntcehd Horses
Willi Mlvcr-.viouiiled llarneos, worm ? i,.hsi
Two Horsci and IIiil'Ics with SlUer-Moiml
I'd llariieM. worth emsi each!
I'wo Kllic-tonrd iiokcwond I'i:iliu.-, worth
Six Faiuilv JewliiB Maelillies. wortl
I.VK) Gold mill Mlwr I.cvit lluntliiL'
Watcu-'. won li iniiufjii u t-ani each.
Ladle.' Gold I.cniitllU! Chains (lent's (lot
Ve-t ChaiiK, Solid mU Dotihlcd-I'htci
M'j 'Cable nnd I enxoii, Pliotocraii
Alliiiin. .lewerlv. Ac. .Vc. Ac.
Whole number Gifts, Hl.Ooo. Tickets l.lml
,(!i:NT? WANTED Til SEI.D TICKET,
Tn whom Liberal I'rcmiitui- will he liulil
Mimic Tickets fi: M.v Tickets 810; Twelve
Tickets ?:(); Twenty. live i lekets ?iu.
fin nlur. rnnUmlnif k full lint of uriirs. ails
critillou of tlie manner nt drawing, anil othe
information in refrienvn to llm illairilmlion, III
be sent to nnr ordrlna ihmi. All letter
must be a'lJrxsneJto I.. I. BI.NK, llox, M,
nrrica, umeinum, u.
Illl Weil bill l nuT-waiiiT
8500,000 CASH JJISTRIHUTION?
HAND GIFT CONCERT
A FIXED FACT.
HEPTEMHEK ua THE DAY
YOUIl TIOKETH NOW Oil NEVEH,
The Vlist .'ili ol IhtketH nlrpmlv In nit a ttiitl
tho liicrcnsliiL' ilciiiiuid for Ihcm from all
darters, liavlmr dpteriiilned the Trustees'
liutthoOUAND GUT CONCERT for II...
leliclttnrtlin i'i'lll.lC I.IIIItAHV OF KEN-
I'CKY. ndvertlsed for SATURDAY, HKP-
'K.MIIEUtM. slinll tmsltivrlv romn nir
on that day without postponement, the man-
.iL'ciiiciii now limine nil who expect lo liar-
iieiimiu in inn iinivvuiK mat nicy Mioilld liny
their tickets- at mice. Delay for n Tew i avs
alised many w ho wanted tickets: at tho Con
ert III December hint to ito wlthmit I
Somo IhliiK' In Louis Ilia waited Until sales
were closed, oxpectln, no doubt, a post
ponement, and then ollered flrtecn, twenty,
and oun tweiity-llve dollars, for tickets
which the day before wero ottered to pur
eli:icrs nt the reKiilar price. Gibers living
at n ilMnlici: sent Ibollsamls of dollars hy
iiiiiii nun u.xpress, uiiicm iii ncrc auer sales
wero clucd, and Iiad to ho scut back.
These disappointments need not occur ii'ulu
if the warning now given In duo season U
Thu drawing' will hecln iircclscly at (1
o'clock Saturday inurnliiir, Sepleiiilier an,
in,., in ine ureal nan oi ine -llillc l.mraiy
bullilliiL'.ainl continues until tho ono thous
and Kilts are all drawn.
'MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LKOALI7.KH I1V oTATK AUTIIOUITY AN!
Diiaw.v in PtniLio in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scliumc.
Class I, ro lie Diiaw.v Sept. 30, 181
6,880 Prlr.es, Amounting to $.100,000.
1 I'riienf .I.'Liimitui I'riosof.
, n.lMJi v
TickeU, $5: Ounrter
Ticket?. 52 fo.
Our lotteries ar chartrH hy (tif HIMe, ar
always drawn al me tune namru, ana an Draw
Idkj are under the surerrlsion nf sworn com
The olliclal ilrawins wilt l DilWUti-il In th
St. Loul papers and n copy sent lo purchasers
We will draw ailinllar scheme tho lait day of
eterv month durlni? the tear ls72.
l-mltatourrl-k hjr posti.rHc mnner oriter,
'eirlslert-d letter, draft or eii.ress. -lerid lur oir-
Address, MUHKAV, MILI.KK A CO ,
box 2i(4. tit. Ixiuis, Mo,
HATCH KI.OR'S HAIR I)YK.
Till-stlticrb hair do l the lift 111 tlie
world perfectly liannb . reliable ami in
stanLiticou. NodlsaplKilntincnt. 'i'liet-eli
nine W. A. Katchelor s Ilalr Dye produce
Imniediati'lv aiiaturalliuckorlirown. Doe
not stain the skin but leave- the hair cleans
eolt and beautiful. The only safe and
feet hair dve. .""old by all ilruifi'l-t-. t-ac
tory, 10 Itoiid street, . Y.
coDdlUoa.. Da. Birm'eaa UuliM SSJ bl ffi'
wwuhi. a,, ijwa. ..
fPA CCkf perilavl Aiienl wantl
ti')f I f t7lLit All clsssns of wnrkinv ixr
nle. eilhi r tex. oudu or oM. make mnre muiiev
nt work fir us in their spare moments or nil, II. u
lime, man be iinyiuinK rise, raiiieuuirs iree
AMUreas u. Sllnson A Co., rortlnuil, Minus.
MR 8. MoGEK,
On ElKhth Street, lielween Commercial and Wash
liK'Oli AVfliueu, li iiauv receiving
NKW M1LLINKRY GOODS
t.ATKST SI'HINO ANU HUMMUU STYLES.
Jlesmea a full line of
BOlsTliTIETB fie HATS
ITrnninoU nnd untnminuu,)
Kltl'.NCd KI.OWK1W. ItlBUHNi, TltlMMINOS
of nil klmlr, I.nces, etc., etc.
a lsrt;e asaortincnt o
Mrs. Mctleo has nlso
Ksncy Articles, such as
.NECK Tl.S. COI.LAItH U.NDEItSLEKVEH,
llUl i'3, BA3I11V3, r Aia,
And sll other articles usually found In a
KIH8T-OLASS MILLINEKY STOKE
Mm. McOco, in addition to her stock of Fnncy
nini piuiinery iiiiuus, uiu a uan nnu uuinpieie ns
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom Mado Ladles
ml Mtuse.V ebons and Chlldrens' Hoots, II I nek
a nl in Colors. Thoae are acknowledged to he
lie. nncat and best shoes in tho market, atd thi
he only placo In the city that niakot them
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ME HUH A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR
And Aenta of
SlIIO KIVKll AND KANAWHA
The Illinois Central Hail Koad Compmy now
oner ior saio uiu loiiowinK'ioscriueu ioim in rim
Aiiuitinnio tno my oi uairo, vit:
Lot 27 block ). Lot 24 block 82,
' 18 ' W, " 'a " S2,
6 " it, " US " Hi,
6 " to, " St hi,
" 3 " M, " 32 " tti.
or terms, el. apply to JAMK8 JOHNSON,
Silt I !'-
70 Ohio Levee,
J.M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(B.iccesiori to K. II. Ucudricsa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adrancemenls mado
Are prepared to receive, ttore and lorwnrd
freiKhta to all points and buy and
UCar- i ou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Sovon lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar: Best
Lvon nnd nnn.linlf lllta Prirnn
w.u. i sell on commission,
IUU U)llt!U, WHO 17U11UI , JJUai Wllimlnoss aitended to prnmptlyi
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Toa, Ono Dollar and
Sevonty-fivo Cents por pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Toa,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately choap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
7., I). MATIIUBS.. K. 0 .UI1L
MATI1USS & UIIL,
Commissi on Merc hants
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. 0 OHIO I.KVKK.
ON MAR HI AGIO.
llnniiv relief to voun nicufroui the effect
of error and uhll-es iu earlv life. .Manhood
restored, impediment- to .Marriage re
iiiovcd. New incthod of treatment. cw
and remarkahle remedle-. Itook ami erleu
lur. sent free, ill sealed enve on-.
Address. UOWAItll ASOl'IATIIJ, .N
'1 South ut li M.. riillndcllihla. r.i. an 1
stltutton liuuni; a lil'li reputation lor hono
nhlu eomluct und proles-lonul skill.
An Aifent, male orfeiimlc. In every tovnhl
io sell the o.VI.V standard liooK ol thu kill
"VOUMANAN'S DICTKlN'AltV OK V.
EllY DAV WAN'i's "
i imlnlniiiL' 'JD.IXKI Iteeelnts Iu everv denart
.nent of human ell'ort. $M) per year saed
t. eerv onu who ha-It. Every hody waul
it. KVKKY II0IY inn s IT as soon as oiiered
ill) per week, sure. EXTRA TERMS.
Aueiits will miss It If thev do not addre
Continental I'ulill-liini; Co., Mil N. Mxth
.Street. St. I.oiiK w-:iin.
LIST OK (I I PI'S.
One (I ram I (Sift, Cash...
Olm Oralid (illt, Cash.. .
1 (illts ofsJ,l(Sleaeh,.,
. 'JO,(K) "
, lTl.lSS) "
. 11,000 "
. 8,(HK) '
. 7,noi "
. II,(KK) "
. r.,noo "
. 1,000 "
. K.ono "
. l.VKKI "
. IS,(KI "
. III.NXI "
. '.".'.fiOO "
. l!,ooo "
. 'jn,(i "
. iii,m "
'I'otal 1,0(10 (lifts, all Ca.h .V.ii
I'he Coueert llselfwlll he tlietno-t hrilllant
oreheslRil dlpl.iy thai ever oeeiirred in the
w est. t;im iiuuiireii iienonner-, Kailiereil
from all parts of this country mid Irom
Europe, tinder the direction of I'roles-or
lln-t. will eontrihiitL' to this L-raml musical
carnival. Ami to a lion I ample room for
eerv lirket-holder to enjoy such an iiuu-ilul
nil-leal lc-tlal, tlie concert will lie clVen in
ntril I'ark. whunt arrangements haw
heen iiiadi: to accommodate, nil who may
l'cr-on holdlii'' whole, half or uilartcr
ticket- will he admitted tn hotli the Concert
ami Drawlnir. nnd none without such tickets
will he admitted to either.
ekets, flO: liales, f.: niiarlers,
'-'7 lor fi.i;
l.'t l.tsul "
'JO " IKSI "
Jl " NSI "
'i"l " 'ISI "
Xt " O") "
V " MM "
fid " IIS)
oi " iiim "
IM) " 'JISI "
' llsl "
CJ.rs); 11 wliole tickets lor eloo:
WUtr&W. ll.'l for 8t.(sK): 'M for a;) ;
fi". for $."i.ooo. Xodivounl on less than
worth of tickets nt u time.
In neeoril.-tuce wlthniinicmus solicitations,
arrangements have heen made with all thu
railroad ami steamboat lines leading Into the
city for round-trip tickets (rood for six days,
to all per-ons who may wish to attend the
Concert or Drnwlinr. Such tickets will he
furnished hy thu I.ouNxllle and Xa-lnilh;
Railroad, the IjiiImIIIc, Cincinnati and Lex-Inj-'ton
Railroad, the liiilsllle Indlnnaixills
and Madl-on Rallniad, the Ohio and -MI 1
slppi Railroad the Iiuisviltc and ('fnelnuatl
Mallhoat Line and the l.oiilllle,Ovcn-l)0ro
and Henderson Mail Linu 1'ackets.
All airents are reipilreil to elo-o nalcs and
make their returns In full time to reach this
ollicu hy 'Ihursday, Seiiteinher To !)
this Micct fully tht located ut j,Tent di
tance- inu-t elu-c some days before tlie i'dli.
All tickets to which ifls are nwarded will
he paid without discount hy thu Farmer-'
and Drovers' Hank, either In currency, or itf
slu'ht drill iiikiii tlie fourth National lUnl
of .Sew York, at the option of the holder,
'i'he tickets must lir-t he presented at this
otllrc, Room No. 4, l'libllc Library hiiildlu
before they will ho liabl hy the hank'.
The drawing will he publl.hcd in the
liii.llle papers and Xevv York Herald, and
oillclal copies sent to purchasers, to whom
tickets havu heen sent hy letter.
TIIOMAK K. IIKA.MLirrrK.
Agent I'lihllc Library of K v., l'ubllc Library
ItulldlliL'. I.oiilsille Ky. IMkodA-wl'tv
VAVf. . NC'IIIIII, A('l.
SIM1LIA SIMILIBUS UURANTUR
HAVE proved, from the most ample oipor
leiice.Hn unllro success: Himple Prompt
Kttiulentand Hnllahle, Tliy ro Ilia only inedl.
clnes perfectly aitapird to popular use so slm
plo that tnlstukes cannot he mado In usinKthem;
so harmless us to he free from danger, and so'
c Itii'iuotas to he always reliable. They hare rais
ed (ha highest commendations from all, and will
hlKys render satisfaction.
I, Cures I fiver, congestion, Inflammation.'-!.1!
Worms), worm fnrer. worm colic 'li
'ryhiCohe orleelhlnol infnnts.W
Illrrhoea, of children and silults...W
llyNenlery, KrlpinK.h'lloiis colic.'i'i
Cholera, colds, bronchltiis 'i'
NeiirttlKln, tootluche, fiiceiiolio....W
lleiwlnrnes, sick heailnche.TerllKo'
llyniieiiHlii' bilious stoinaene Ji'i
N li nil r ettNl , n r pal n fli I periods W
n iiitrit, ion iirumi
lies), too profuse periods,
nn, iimiciiii tireatninK...
11. Krrslnelas. Kruntions'23
HnriiinntlHtn, rheumatic paint M
revernuil AKiie.chlll lever, atjiiesM)
riirs. uiiiiu or uteeiiuiif., ......ui
"1 .'.im. ... li.vvi,iiiKh
Oiilitlilruiy, and sore or weak eyesGA
Cnlnrrli, acme or chronic, jnlluentn&O
Wliooplnif-C'oiitch, violent coiiKtis.Vi
ANlIinia, oppressed hreatmnz oO
Enr IHnrhnrifra, linmilred hearinM
NcroriilH.enUrKcd (lands, swollliiK
(ieueral Itcblllty, physical weak.Mi
nc ss m
llroitNy and scanty Secretion! AO
Nei SlcUino., sickness from ridluvfiO
KMnry-UUeitMO, (Iravel so
Nervaim lloblllty, lemlnal cmls.
slons.lnvoluiiUirv discharges .1 CO
Fl v;iloxcs,wltli one tl vial of powder
very necessary in sorlom cases... 6 mi
Nor JHoiitli, canker Ul
llrlmirv WcnknewM, wetting ted.iii
-itiiiiiii i vriuiiH, w
erlodN, with spasm W
life l ou
Ol 35 lo 00 Inrtre vlnm, morocco
or roMowooi cruto, coiiiuiiiiiik n
Hlipclllc for every ortlluury ui
ruNO a fuiiill. ! Miibjcct lo, nud
book oftllreetlonit from tio to f 2
smaller family and Traveling c-us,
l!Uito 8h viula - .Irom 9il lo f U
Specific lor all lrlvnt lllaeiuien,
Isith lor I'urlUK and ror Frevcu.
live treatment, In vinU aim pooket
cases H'J to (i 00
Cures lliirns, Bruises. Lainenesa, Soreness, Bore
I'liroat, Bpialni, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia,
:iheumtim, I.umlsii0, Piles, lloils, mmi,bore
Kycs, Hlce llnx nf the LunKs, Nose, titomoch, or
of files, Corns, Ulcers, uld Sores,
Price. Ooi.,W els.; Pints, 1 ui; Quarts, 1 1 TS.
(HTlhrto remedies, ncept Pond's Kxtracl, hy
I lie case or alnitla nox, are sent to any part of the
country, by mail or express, freu ol charge, ou
receipt nf llm price.
IIOSIKUI'ATIUO MKIUCINK CO.
Olllca and Uenot, No. Wi llroadway, Ncw-Vork.
I'Olt HALE HY P. (I. BUIIUil, (JAIKO, Ills,
crrv ci.kiik's nrricK, I
Caiiio, iu.., At'uusT at), is;-.'.
I'uhllc nollec Is hereby (,'lvcli that a special
election will he held on
l('i:ilAV, TIIK'JInfKAV OPhKP'T, A. I. HT1,
III tho rlty of Cairo. In the statu of Illinois,
lor the purpose of electing :i
lo till the vacancy occasioned hy the death
of.loscpli R. Taylor,
i'olls will lie opened nt the Roiifh and
Reiidy enjiini! house, lor the llrst and second
wards, aud at tlie Court House, for the
third ami fourth wards,
i'olls will open at H o'clock a.m.. and will
close at (1 o'clock p.m. Hy order ol the City
Council. 31. J. Howm:y, city Clerk.
AND DIALER IN
ElOHTII StIIKET, HkTWKKN WA8!IINaT6
AND COMMKKCIAL AvKNUKU,
AiIJoIiiIiik Ul'lenhoimn nnil llamiy'H.
Keep the best or heel, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, Ssiissko, etc, nd are p rcparcd to vtrvo
cltuens in thu most acceptahl o manner.
LIME I CEMENT I
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIM)i
ConiinorotuLav., Foot of Elovoatli-et.
lion quality of Lima and Comont al
way on hand, nnd for inlo at tho
very lo-vost llgure for cash.
.Successor to U.S. Ilurrcll.
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
Thornton's lllock 10th street hot, Cominci
clal aud Washington Avenues.