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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1872.
lOHN H. OHKKliY, Editor and Itihllshe r.
TERMS OKTIIK DAILY miM.KTIN:
One month, by mall
inrna bwiw" . ji
" .WW 00
One year. .
THE DOI.LAB WEEKLY 1HJI.I.KT1N
John H. Oberly has reduced the .uhscrip
UonprlM of the WBMI.Y Cairo nuiAitTiN
lo One Dollar per Milium, making It the
cheapest paper puhllshed In Southern Illinois.
of New York ;
FOB TICB PBBIIDBXT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
TOR BECRBTABY OF STATE.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANPOIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNKRAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT-NORTHERN
OR AND DIVISION.
CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
tO CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. W1LBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
very vote of tho 16,000 radical majority
In tho itato cost tbo Urantite., at tho vory
least, ton dollars. "Speaker Blaine,"
lay tho Spring Hold (Mas.,) 'Republican,'
"promiiadOoti. Grant and tho office hold
'on, banker, railroad speculators, and
'others who had furnlshod hint monoy by
'tho 9100,000 that Maine should glvo 15,
' 000 majority for Porham, and It has, or
'very near that." It Is with tho monoy of
the pooplo In their hands, and tho vast of
flco holding interest of tho country at
their backs, they go forward, conquering
and to conquer in an evil cause. It is
only labor, hard, persistent and earnest,
that can bo opposed with success to the
powerful weapons in tho hands of the
KNIOllT OR NOT ?
Tho Sparta 'Plaindealer' continues to
air tho charge that G. W. Wall was a
Knight of the Golden Circle. Unsup
ported by any testimony tho cliargo is
made, nnd Is a bare-faced assertion of a
deliberate falsehood I
Wo now, with a full knowledge of the
facts, deny the charge, and demand of tho
'Plaindealer' the evidence upon which it
has founded that charge. It is utterly
without foundation. Mr. Wall never had
anything directly or Indirectly to do with
tbo mystical or mythical (one or both, as
tbo caso may be) order.
Tho story of Mr. Wall's connection, and
the connection of other Democrats with
this order, was concocted in 18C2, for tho
purpose of furnishing a pretext to arrest
a number of the Democrats of this part of
the State. As soon as it was published
Mr. Wall camn to Cuiro and demanded of
the Provost Marshal, who was said to be
to tho length of challenging our dovotion cleclod to tho presidency, would havo
to tho cause of Liberalism, and dark hint. $fl$ gSSS
havo boen thrown out that tho gontlomon candldato for tho governorship is so tho-
who h.vo tho static, of tho party In this jiOn
part of ths) State carefully concealed In he was to bo placed In the whlto houso ho
part of ths State carefully concealed In he was to bo placed
their pockets, havo come, with .olomn do-, V E" Iu., ,0MnIV11f co,'"
' ' tont, Imsgino Hint ho ovod nothing to tho
liberation, to tho dreadful conclusion that domocrntlc party. Ho would not allow n
wo must booroshod, that our political Pf'"1 very strength or weakness, but
' r from tho unaltorablo conviction that tho
head must bo cut off and thrown, for tho stato of Massachusetts owed him the chair
good of tho Llboral cause, Into tho execu- L.1wo"l(,,.p.,r,,uo.t,l. ovon tnr M
, , , . . ... . undisturbed by petty calls. Mr.
tloncr . baskot. Lord bo merciful to us I Phillip, paid n high trlbuto to tho peril-
THE CASK OF DR. SC1IOEPPE.
We aro authorized to announce Mor
bi. B. Wiley as a candidate for City
Treasurer at the ensuing charter election.
We are authorized to announce C. K.
SLACK as a candidate for the otlice of City cratic and Liberal
The fato that staros u. In the faco Is foar- nciiy nnd watchfulness of tho south, bado
, rnjjumicans do on moir guard, lor sccos-
ful, and only graco can glvo us strength .Ion nevor slept, nnd concluded ns follows :
to bear it. Tno T0Uot why I support tho republican
, , , Prty I. that to my uttor surprlso, to mv
Who aro tho men guilty of this now unuttorablo surprlso, to my Indescnbnblo
crusade of persecution ? Whon did thoy dollght, to my rollcf, I havo at lust found
' , , , R psrly that is willing to executo nil tho
becomo such intense devotees of tho Oreo- Uws that aro givon thorn. It is for that
lov cause that they can now afford to rfMon, I ay ''Long llvo Ulysses
Grant! May ho continuo to bo presldont
stand back, with folded arms doing nolh- 0f tho United States until every while
Inc for tho causo, crying: "Down with ,n8 oyer forty years of ago who llvo.
b south of Mason nnd Dixon's lino has been
'this or that man I Uo Is not n truo uree- forevor put Into tho ground." Loud nnd
loy man I Ho does not rush forward and conunueu appiauso.j
spend his money and dovolo his timu to
tho task of working up enthusiasm to
nOT.ir.l tn rnntrllilltn nntll. Dr. ScllOOUPo'S 1)111110 must bo familiar to
, , , tho ruadors of criminal annuls throughout
' ing but our whining complaints I" Thoro tj,0 cvilzcd world, and probably no caso
has bcon made upon in no assessment wo of a trial .lor murder on this sidooftho
.... , . Jl.iailllV UIVUU WUI U1 EU WIUUI Ilia-
havo not paid j there has been no print- cufsej jn Kuropo ns his.
Ing done that wo havo received n cent of In 18C9 Dr. Paul Schooppc, a young
... , , ... ! German physician, becamo thu accepted
pay for j tbcro ha. been nothing dono In ,ovcr MarU M stolnocko, n
tho causo that wo havo not been activo in wealthy woman much his senior. Sho was
. . ... ,, .,, , .. takon suddenly III ono ovoning and died
tho doing of it. Can our criticlsor. say as the ncxt morn',n-g 0f course sho was at-
much? tenden by Dr. Schoeppo; but this circum-
1 ilannii Wal Imitsalil nutlilnx nfittitli mln.l
Falso to tho causo I Why, our best en- folowotl ,omo tJ 0 Bflorwnrd. A will, in
cclos havo boon devoted to tho work which Miss Steinecko divided her prop-
.... ,, ony ooiwnen certain chnritnhio objects
of creating in this part ol tho state a scnti- Hn(i ncr frj0ndi, was admitted to probato:
ment in advanco of tho llourbonlsm whereupon J.)r.&ehooppopreontod another
, , , , .. .... . . .. win, giving all urn tsiHio lo mm. tho
which for a timo ntlllctcd tho Democratic circumstances of Miss Steinccko'. doath
.irtrnnlmtlnn and ronirolcd ilin political wcro then recalled, and ho wits lmmedl
, , ti I muiy nrrusseu uuun me cimrgu iiinwiu iibu
action of tho Democratic leaders. Ho- .ml,,,,,,.,! hi. tmtlont. w tri.l . onnv!ot..l
wo advanced more rapidly than nd scntoncod to bu liongcil in December,
I ISIV.l. Tint tojtltnnnv ni.ntnst lilm v
f .Iia. uia im n ilanniiiiAii.l l.. llinn. a. uA I . t. . . . ...
the custodUn of the proofs, that ho should ""' , wuouy circumnai.ua , ami no case uirnca
... ... it now aro uenouncea. xue present move- "hipuhj uiun m uviuciii'ti ui ur,
furnish tho names of his witnesses with Alkon. u so-called chemicalexncrt.
mom is me malicious outcropping oi iUnl Tho newspapers and tho public do-
liutrAil will Mi ftnriniM Utrn a ranis wnoil tn I noillicotl Dr. Sohofinnn I f 1 tho ftnvnrnst
Mr. Wall to ferret out tbo inforinoM. I term, nnd tho reporters were lavish of
course, the Provost did not comnlv with l"U ' ,u,"u w ' uuo'M their description of tho case as one of the
1 comoclled to advance from tlio low nlrtin most "cold-blooded murdors on record.'
this request, and tho matter soon dropped, .. , When. Dr. SchooiWs friends itsked for a
wfen Rftlnn. I mnl uflth tlin mnst iintnoSmr aluun Vtlll
rccted if Mr. Wall wero not the Demo- . I . .mn r. nf dm n..mtnnniiv
A Dkmoiitkui, SuRi'RisB. Ladies
huso faces nro clouded bv sunorilcial dis-
coloratlons, and who havo resolved to try
jiauan s magnolia JIAI.M as rt rotnedy,
havo no idea of tho welcome surprlso thoy
will recoivo from tholr mirrors after a fow
application, of that healthful purifier of
tho comploxlon. If at all excitable, they
will scream with rapturo on beholding tho
chango ; whether tho blemish It Is desired
to remove bosallownoss, blotches, plmplos,
lrncKios, rougiiness, or an unnatural pallor,
it is bound to disappear under tho tonic
operation of this wondorful ogunt. To say
that tho blemish disappears, does not, how
over, convoy any Idea of tho effect produc
ed iiy mis rolobratcd beautllior. Tho uti
tlnce. whothcr diffused over thu tiik only REf.tAiit.v. alVT IIISTIUHU
wnoia countcnanco or In spots, or palclie,
is replaced by n uniform, puarly bloom, to
which no description can do justice
such other information as would cnablo
al candidato for congross. ,. wl,..h lf ,ila ,,,,,., . ., .. who did not bollcvo that Shocppo was
. . . , . ment, which, if it shall assumo form, will guSUyt 8nd tnoy mbored untiringly to
a lio a lie in Us length jjj jn , ft foemBn WOrthy of its superb havo tho caso reopened. Two days beforo
ire.Mirvr. ino cnarco is a no a no in us lencm fl,i t ... ..,t , . 1. 1 V,,. ..ni rr.v,i..
... I l in iwvuiwii nwi fcsi V wi ii.a suuci t sh v v vu ruiikvn v j
Me are authorized to announce . a. . . , . tho oxecution was to havo taken nlaco a
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for City , . , . ' . u.. ,,,.,,, ,cvo WM rwitea nnd 0Vl!I1 Mi nct or
Treasurer. I v ' '" - ... i wno win no; resi upon ms oars and do supposed leniency was denounced in many
rlHcmTC,EltK, from tho beginning, and incurred in con- drifled tXMtuy on tUo ,trcftm of K' " ,u
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q. sequenco the .erious displeasure and flerco .,.eir di.iea,ure. v0 court no dimeiiliv. man v of his nrovious coed character, and
HABMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol opposition of John A. Locan and olber UrAmn r,v .n ni,l nmn o),r:.i,in procured the testimony of many medical
, o -
Alexander county, at the enktiing election in
anti-war gentlemen. II o spent his
men showing that tho theory of Dr. Aiken
memory, over the "Let us havo poacol" was erroneous. Again theso acts wero at
I i l.-l.J.l 1 !
.f-U"lS;,Y?; -ney-mofonloneylh'nnyotber .Wbb.Wb ofOrant. Wo long for tho rhT9"'
1 ..a" ul ..,Z.Tw.i0n in of hl circumstances in Perry county-in timo whon universal peace shall lio liko At last, however, tho facts in his favor
Humiwu.,,, v B . .. beean to accumu ato : tho tono or tho
me cause oi wo war. ,Uaft of light across tho land and like a pts w cbangwl, and public opinion was
FOB COUNTY ATTOltNKV. iuo nainueaier- nas oeen misin- ii of a. liwart lUo ie wh so rHr cilected that tho legislature or l'cnn
We are authorized to announce H. W. formed. It ha. been led into error. It .... .u ,.u .i.. ., .,. fy vania was Inducod to lnterfero in hi
WFHB. ESQ.. as a candidaU: for County At-1 , , , .t '"""'-""" "" "'B""" behalf, and a now tr at was unaiiy granted,
tn.r. the ensutne November election. uuuu " Buv ' " - nd tho
We are authorized to announce P. H. " rewacs, or io lurni.u pruoi oi vuo
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney al sertion it has made.
thu rnnitnir Kovember election.
linn shall oat uti-aw iik nn and a few day. aeo ho was acquitted
. 'A no presiding dudgo declared thai, had
u Dim vi u niuak uoiMD.i m iuo uu- me now tesliiiionv ticca oiiercd at iirst
voteos of peace. Wo cannot look upon thero would nftV0 "uUicient grount
for nnyjudgo to issuo ii writ of habeas cor
pictures of raging storm or heroic battlo. pu4 in favor of tho prisoner, nnd tho coun
" Brae is a cood do" but Uold-Fast i. a We turn rrom them and look delighted on ' , Jor l" i'r--o. ...uo e.ceuiie
' 1 . o
We are authorized to announce PETKIt
SAUP a a candidate for Sheriff at the cusu- . .. tb ,d d nd b . picture, of pleasant landscapes, in which their nart of tho case.
log ovember election. ,,! nriin i1Pnf,i,. Bn,l And so Dr. Schoeppt!, who was first con
Ws. .r. authorize to announce UAMIL. '" "ul I"-""- l"- r o r -t, vctod by ub0 0p,nlon nnJ t, b
TON IBVLN as a candidate for re-election commended to the thoughtful consider- whito .pots that pass for peace-loving (ury ot murder in tho first dcL'rco, withnu
to the office of Sheriff ot Alexauder county. atl n of lhe Radicais 0f this conKresional oop. We shudder whon a storm bursts, m tigat ng circumstances, and approached
ut.vu u. .. .au.-.i u. b within two davs of his execution without
rOUCUUUM'.K. .li.lrirt. Thpv aro the pood dot? Urair. n1 "nu Pleasure in tno peaceiuiness Ol 1 anriftrftnt honn. after threo vnars of nlnsc
I j o rt o i "rr-" . T '
U. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election but we liberals aro steadfast Hold-Fast,
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decU- and, although we may be esteemed cruel,
quiet .unset.. We aro a poetical lover imprisonment, has been acquitted und tut
At iiuuriy, wuuuub u firuiuflb uvcu truiit tit
tlon of the Democratic Convention
Ben Bctleb has agrsed to .peak in
-Chicago ob tlie 23d instant Tbi. timely
Dotlca gives tho people plenty of time to
of poace. Wo belong to a scoro of
peace societies. We are, in short, the per
sonification of peace. A harsh word cvon
of tho day after election offcnd our sen.lbilitle. ; but, it may bo
well to add, as a sort or warning to tbo
wretched demagogues and blatant asses
who are advancing upon us, that wo are a
wo proposo in this canvass to entirely de
molish tho Radical cohorts of Egypt.
When the sun
day .hail risn, it will behold, all in one
rod or blue or black burial blont
tho Grantite., tho Oglcsbyites. the
Clemmensites, the Radiralites of all kinds
Kravo will bo tho
1IIS WIFE DEPENDS HIM.
8500,000 CASH LUHTMBUTtON?
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
A VtYPtt l'
SKPTEMBKU 28 TJIK DAY
YOUK TIC'KETH NOW (III NKVEll.
'I'ltn VaKt a.ile nl llcli.lk nlt-nn.it. .....I- i
thn IncrcnBliiL' demand for them from nil
1'rincipM Offico 104 Fifth St., Ui..., 0 iYmV.hc WIVa', WMOTrX
.S.HII'.J.I. nlv rll.I Tor HATIJHDAY, SKI'.
'I'KMlll-'ll tirr.t .1. i.. ' . .,
TION IN TIIK COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
To be diltributod in
. 3D. SINE'S
To 1)0 drawn Momlnjr. October 7th, 1.72.
One GiiANit Cai-itai, or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
One Piuzk $5,000 in HilvkhI
'. M., nt tholr otllco In tho Court FlvoPrlao. $1,000 n f
, for lllllng and grading tho Cairo PjIm. 600 GREENBACKS
lound City road at tho point known ,,"vo Kal1'y r!(rrlllKLfM nMll Mtttl.c,M (irPrt
HE 18 TRULY A HTUMI' HPEAKKK.
Who, when tnlklnc, exhibits n mouthful
I stumps. Jfyou would keen vour tlonl-
nl fixtures in perfect talking order, uso thn
iragrain isozodont dally ; tho rcclpo is
luipio out sure. U'lo-lw-diVW
Bids will bo received up to 2 p.m., tho
20th Inst., by tho Commissioners of High
ways for Townships 17. S. R 1 W.
as tho Gooso pond, tit so much pur cubic I wills MUer-.Mouiited llunieiv, worth $l,fiMi
yard. Also for constructing a box culvert low,n m(, wt H1v,,r.Mmmt
in said uu : worK must no comtnencea tin- ni iitiniL's.. worth rim earn
mntllntnlv ntiil l.n nrnsoctttod to nniiilnttnn Two Klllf-tOhetl ItoffWoOtl Pianos. Worth
j , , . . ..., . t
Without delay, under tho direction or said Sx Kainlly .Sewliiir Mui-liliicn, - worth
rVtintntkiiminrii. Vnr nil nnmUHrv litfur. 8100 t'Hcll 1
1 I ...... II.. ...I....
. . if . .i.t... t .... - it. I lot"' ttu i itiiit r;iiii:i i.uii't iittiiiiiii;
- i - j--" waichf", onn ltoni?.o 10 f.niu caeii.
ted to call on their chairman at tho Court l.:nlh'' Oold l.t'ontlnu CIiiiIiih, (Ii nt'n (lold
ir Vi-t Chitliif. So tl nnJ Doulilid-rliitiil
11UUIU. Ull.... 'I'..1.t,. nil. I Tn..lin.i.u I l,l ,.r;
illix. in.ooo. 'llokctt l.lml-
toil to r,f m m:
A(li:NTri WANTED TO 8EI.I) TICKI."I'S.
To whom I.ilierul Pri'iiilums will bo paid.
Mnslf TickfiH f-: mx iirki'is hi; rvvt uu
T ckfln SiUt Tut'lltV-IIVf Tlt'kutx Sin.
Clri nlum iDiitululntt t filll lint of Irllri. !
Rcrit.tlun nf tlit. munnrr ui ilrnwItiK. nml other
luiormatton tit ruirrrnru iu inr uipiiimiiiuii, win
ho nenl to any ono ordprlti: tlnin. All lfttcr
mii.t l. ttJilri'Kiiril In 1.. II. M.NK, llux, tn,
nrrtri. Ultiuintliill. tj.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leciai.17.f.i nv State Autiiokitv and
Dkawn in 1'uiu.iu in St. Louih.
Qraml Sitiglo iNuinbcr Scheme.
Claps I, ro us Drawn Sept. 30, 187
0,880 Prir.os, Amounting to $300,000.
r..itnr.u bo. IK7V. kim I tum livi.lv .nm. .ir
on that tlay without itoxtponctnciit, the man
iigrnient now iiotltle. all who expect to par
t cltwtn n tho tlrawlng that they should buy
nu n iiuKum once, ueniy ror u row Uavit
caused many who wanted tickets at tho Con
cert In December hist to go without them.
.-omo living in Louisvillo waited until Hales
were ciokuu, expecting, no iloubt, a pout-
poiitliii lit, and then oOvretl linceii, twenty,
ami even tweiity-Uvo ilollarn. rttr tlcketn
which tho day beforo wero ottered to pur-
chacrs at tho regular price. Others living
at n illftniif u Kent IlioncundH of dollars bv
...n ....i ...i.i-i. .... i . .
mail unit CAiiri.r., miii;ii ;ufc iicro niter .ait'H
were clofctl. nnd had to lio iit Imi.t-
'I'heso illnappolntmentM need not occur again
it inu nurniiiK notv gtveu in tine season in
Tho drawing will begin prcclxely at (l
o'clock Saturday morning, Ncpteiiilier iW,
1M72. in I ho great hall of the Public Mbraiy
iiiiiidiiig,!iini coutitiiict until the one thoiiD
ami (.'Wis nro all drawn.
Tho Commissioners reserve tho nirht to Album', .lewcrly. Ac, Ac., At'
rntfcl nnv r.r nil l.i.l. ""le UUIIIIter ti
H. FiTzamiAi.i), )
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LIST OK IIJTS.
One Graml Clin, Casl
one uraiiu unt, LtiM
I (lilts of J,tsSI each....
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Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping e n-
ilrcly vegetable great liver remedy. Trice 2i
:cnts. Sold by Druggists.
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A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
Four yean ago Wendell Phillips in
vaigfced against Grant in the bitterest I and colors. In that
term.. Now he says In a public speech 1 loud-volcod Munn with hi. cant and hi.
"may he continue to bo preldent till every lfui,ohoods, tho obeso Linegar with his
1 white man over forty years of ago who 1 weaknesses, tho gentle Pope, Innocent ks a
live, south of Mason and Dixon', line 1 ubo taking milk ; and, piled on all, an
si ! a l-s. St.. .! I
na oeen lorover puv nuo me grouuu ornttment and a memorial, tho humorous
and a Boston audienco receives the unre- 0lemtncn, whoso ablllity and statesman
puoucan .enuraeni wun iouu anu long- Uhlp cannot bo discovered with tho naked
continued applause. Tho men who say eyo-good-naturcd Clemmons, tho victim
Grant will not want a third term of tho
From the Troy (S. V.) Times Aug. 31.
This mornini; wo were. shown u letter
from the wife of Itov. Gilbort II. Kobert
son. dated, at Louisville, to a prominent
frail mortal and have not yet educated gentleman in this city, in which sho dc-
ourself to allow loth of our cheeks to bo 7"A"",nS
uttered against him for tho mero purposo
struck. Sad to relato, wo feel tho impulse of sensation. It is woll-known that Mr.
Jtoberuon, when in this city, was some
presidency, here may eo the out-crop
ping, of the dangerou. teed they aro now
Yxstxroay Horace Greeley startod on
an sxlensire north western tour. To
night he addresses a fair iu Indiana
county, Pennsylvania. From there, he
will go to Pittsburg, Columbus and Cin
cinnati, lie will address tho Indiana
State Pair In Indianapolis and then visit
Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, Toledo,
Cleveland ant) Erie, and proceod home
through the mining regions. Tbo radi
cals of course will howl at this move, but
the sight of old Horace's honest face will
bo I There will be Scott folded in tho
arm. of tho stark and still Munn, Uradloy
clasped to tho cold breast of Linegar, and
Bird hugging to his heart tho dainty form
of the defunct Popo. Peace to thoso
commlnglod ashes, will bo our benediction
These men havo braggod enough. If
they tcii rant and pile Pelion on Ossa,
wo will meet them with as ell'octivo weap
Wo.k as they aro hold up and sus
tained horo by a Lord of black lellows like
act like a tonic on tho muses, giving Scott, deserted by tholr most estimable
. -..It.- 1 .. 1 . .. . . . -l !1 1 I i
J ' time, teen intoxicated, but he was not
don't, peaceful as wo arc, seo propor to re- licentious. That is tho most sorious charge
.1st tho impulse. Heaven reform us, but RllnV , , ti T' .,
r 1 1 HAharlinn fltatna tlmtlnn tl vaIIaiI wnmnn 11
when we aro struck we strike 1 Wo will take io whom tho papers havo roferred, is it
upany gauntlet that may bo thrown down. rw,,J"nl or sPfef' ,,noi''. unU."
In fact, wo are .polling for a row a pleas- no mean, a lewd woman, but of rcspecta-
ant, good-natured tort of a row but ono me connections, wcaitii anu nigh position,
. t. , 1 anu nun Buiibu lubbur iiira. iuuuriHon net;
In which wo aro anxious, ovon determ- in.. thnt aim ml,,l,t nnt v. nn.,j rnr
of hi. own ambition, a man of kind heart, our j,niieru flullerll in our Ebtory of tho caso is, that sho tont' a let-
butofallmentholeastflttedforthodutlo. Ml ejethM a Mom, J
of a congressman or other public ropre- aro almost constrained to shout Macbcth's see hor, bocauso sho was In trouble Ho
sentatlvo. What a sopulcbro this will cry of "Lay on Macduff," and wo would if bad his suspicions concerning her, and ro-
.......... r n . I In ,r fnm r,it ann !.... 1 .
ho hadn't Kot fearfully Hogccd after utter- v" vr'. " "T.v ""u o1"
ing it. Selah I
A Private Cnnmrlar
or tbose about to Murr. on llm
Uriel and rartlstlooiortbcMinal
UtMtdlKortrltiln producing ani
spring, prcMfTlng th compUxlon,
k This Ii an l"restlne work or t
Ixtjr pge, with numsrous engrirlngs,
TluLI luformitlon for thow who r
contemplate roarriige; ttlll It Is a took tUt ouxht
to U under lock and key and not laid crlt..W
about the hou.. '
I)r.Baiu-tliuw7,. 11 . XlhUi Btrnt, Bl.Uu.,11..
so ia tnusm ura totcsitoati.
mror sppljlof 10 tU Dgtorloui yv.ru wtoadt.rtl. In
L.IU4 Dti-m. or BilflrurotuikMiMiiM. ... .....
wort.MUMUi ; wb.l,ou,dM-u. I. or hew d.j,Utt.l. ,..r
1 !!?' ' nuTn enll, yervmitlr or by mill.
ii VVt t 1 1 u urn, wo. 11 jvorta
Axn niA rtnrv rerJav! Acents wanti
fT'f'lW 1 ) All cUftsen of working to
jilr, either icxT young or old, make more money
hI work f ir uu in their urmre motnentii or all, tin
tlmi', lhu at nnytliing tine, I'mticulam free
Aiiuresi n. nunon. v uo., roriitiou, nninn.
On Eighth Htrenl, lielvteenCoininorcUlauil WkIi
rigtou ATenuuii. ukiiy rtx-'fuinu
NKW MILLINEUY GOODS
LATEST Hl'KINU AND HUMMKH bTVI.KH.
llesiues a lull linn of
rBOrfcTILTETe & HATS
ITrimmvii and iintrimined,
KI1ENCU KI.OWEIW. HIUHONrt, TKIMUIN01
of all klmlt. I.acen, etc., tiU:
ilr. Medea hat also a large antortinent o
Fnncy Articles, such a
T0l.1l UK) (iirtn. all C:tli 8.V.lll
Tlie iiiiLi-rt ll-i lf will bo IhcuiiMl brilliant
orelieMr.il display that urr oei'iirrctl In tin
Win. liliti lillliiireil ierionnel, LMlliiTcil
from all parti of tli( t'oiiutry it to I Ironi
i:tiruie, under the illrei'tliui of 1'roft'KMir
llat. will contrlbiito to this i;rand mtitlcal
ramival. Anil to nlford ample room for
oerv ticket. holdi rlo enjoy such an limisuul
inn-leal lestnai, tun uont'eri win he nien 111
IViilrnl Park, uliere arraii'iinentH liao
been made to accommodate all lio may
Person holdlni; whole, half or iitiartrr
tlckt-lN Will bu atlmlttetl to both the Concert
nml Drawing, nml none without such ticket
will lie admitted to either.
Wholis tickets. lo: halves..")! nuarteM.
'..Vl : 11 whole tleketn liirl(l : "7 Inr r"'V,:
TickoU, $5: Quartor Wi for .'ii ; 11.1 for gl.um; i turtifw
;,, inr f.i.ism. .mmilcoiiiii on u tnuti f nj
worth of tickets at u lime.
In iict'ordaiico w th mimcrnusso citation.
arrancinelils have been made with all the
railroad unit steamboat Unci leading Into thu
city for round-trip tickets ood for six tla
to au perxiinw no may wiu to attend utu
Concert or Drawing, Such ticket will bu
furnished by tho Loulvlllu and Nastnlllu
Itailroail, the lililsville, Cincinnati and I.e.
Inlon lUllroatl, thu Uitllnllle lutllauapolii
und Madison Itttllroail, the Ohio and lli"l
slpnl Itailroail tho Loulitlllu and Cincinnati
.Mallltoat l.l ne and the I.ouislllc.UWvnihoro
ami lli nilerion Mall Line Packets.
All agent are retm red to close sales ami
make their return In lull time to reach thl
otlice by Ihtiixlay, September ffit. To tlo
....... ...ii.. r ...t ... .
U 1'rUesor lio
" of !.
0 " Ol M. tit)
'j of . WO
j of .. :)
30 " of xi
i " of 1W
lwi of . loo
foo of .. lo
Tickets S10; Half
Tickets, 52 on.
Our lntlcrle nre clitrlereil l.r the btkte. r
Iwava draw n kt the, lime named. Mid all draw
inKB nre uqijit iiid BUwrf miuu ui r.um c..u.
rnriuners. The ortlelnlil rawing will lie published In the
Ht. Ixiuis papernd a copy sent lo purchast-r
Wewill ilrnw ailmllar scheme the lt djr of
eyery month ilurlnK the year imi. (
itrmiiftKiurniK ut ptpinuico iiiniir. t.n.n.
egletered letter, draft or express. HenJ fur cir
ur. Address, JIUUKAY, MII.I.KK 4 CO.,
tit. Ixmls, Mo.
UATCHET.OR'S lUl DYK.
bammmxmm i ...i. i..t. ...... i.. i
ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss i i II t H MIIIL'I If liaii iitu ii lilt) ur.-t iii iimj i. .......... ...Ii.. r ..a l.
- i v, - ... !.".. -iii i .....I ie. I iw pui-i;i:piuii iiiuT; lift.. it i-ii ui, i:it-ui, ijik-
H'riTi lll'n ll,lu : !a cl.'!',l0MhuHr jr V. llZ. '" l,a'd without discount by the Fanners'
4c UTV at.,'i1) "t m"1 i ?i o 1 1 ! !. b Vi p 1 ! a," I'rovers' Hank, either III currency, or by
l.n l,0.l.hta4u,0.i,.buU.,a'?r"",''."" rlcht draft upon the Kotirth -National llifik
indconuTne "rolT, T"l"c ii t . lr,,",,u - l"Z of New York, at the option of tho holde,
....,.1.! feet halrtlve. .Sold by all drusrirUts. rc- ,,.,, ,i,.i,.,. ,i,'i.. i ..,
I a uu in i w inner nirt w iiirirciuuii iim
torv. Ki Itond street, N. Y
olllee, lioom No. 4, Public Library building
bcfori! they w ill bu paid by thu bank.
I lie urawniK win no ptiiuisncii in inn
l.niilillle papers nnd New lork Herald, ami
Ilaiitiv relief to yoiiiiL'iiieii from the efTect tilllclal coiilei. sent to purchasers, to whom
or error ami uoiim'him eany uie. .iiaiittooii iicketn nate oeeu sent ti) leiier.
reitored. inipedlineiii.i to .tiarrmgu re-
inovetl. -ew meinoii oi treatment. .o
ami remarkablo remedies. Hook and cried
bin kent I'm- In sealed envidoli.
Atlilress.HOWAItl) ASSOCIATION. No.
'J .South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pit. an In
stitution liuvliiK a niKU reputation lor honor
able conduct and proiesiouai skiii.
An Agent, male or female, in every township
THOMAN K. UKAMI.ETTK.
Agent Public. Library ofKy., Ptlblle. Library
litlllilinif. lAitiisviuii ivy iMieoti.vw-JW
CITY CLKKK'ri OFr-ICB. I
('.into, ilu, Al'ul'st "U, law. j
I'liblle notice Isherebv eh en that asneclal
election Will bu held on
Tl.'KKAY, TIIK'JtTli;iAY OF HKI-'T, A. II. lSTJ,
WENDELL PHILLIPS' ATROCIOUS
GRANT TO BE PRESIDENT UNTIL
EVERY MAN IN THE SOUTH
to consult her own pastor, llor rcmicsts
becatno so frequont and urgent that ho
Ilnullv went, unon his wife's stiL'trestinn.
and afterward foil beforo tho intrigues of
this captivating woman. Mrs. Jtobertson
acknowledges tho fact of her husband's
intoxication, but does not bollcvo that ho
has been criminally assoclatod witli tho
lady roferred to, and .ho, thorofnro. clings
to and defend, him. blio believes him to
bo the victim of a conspiracy from n dc
A.NOTIIKIt MAMMOTU OAVK
From Hostou 'Adrvrtiser'a' lteiort of Wen-
ueii I'liimps' late speech. J
From the Owen county Nuws.l
A wonderful cavo was discovered last
them fresh strength and rousW thom . ..t , , , u ., T, , Oontlemen, this is a vory serious goner- wook within ono-lourth of amlloof Orat.,
wem iresn .irengin ana rousing tbcm partisans In Cairo and Southern Illinois at0n to live in. Thoro is no boysP play on the Kentucky rivor, In Owon county!
into renewed exertion for the great cauto lhege braKclneboys of Radicalism, should h tor m. God laid on thl. genoratlon F. K. Rlloy, W. M. Russell, S.Lyons and
j . 1 tho burden of woedini; out thn iliva in. m, w.i.mii .,.iui,i r n,:.
os reiorraeu goYuruuieui. Wn.nn ,nnra .nWi iri,..i,nu ,.lil. .". mi... .11.1 u ..3.t. 7i.: .. ...i: "--"i .
..... . vj .muu.u w...- iuui. uujr uiu i. mm iiju laeriuco oi county, ropori mat tnov uiscovorou iuo
. . ... .1 ninolll. unit ,lnv1 ..il. .,. .... -..I..- 1 t' .f. , A , , ..
au Kvansvlllo urant man I vaio moekness. Thoy should practico ' . "'"""i uv" "u opuiimg oi a cavo in mo rivor uouom.
1 . . ' soon. Ho lay. upon u. now tho burdon of Thov nrocurod ronos and a llohi. and hf.
that O'Oonor had accepted resignation, so that thoy may bo enabled watchfulness. Mr.Sumnorhas said that tor docondinir fortv foot nornondicular.
e nomination I. thus described 1 1 retain a llttlo spark or philosophy j rovolutlon. novor go back. That is true tho cavo open, into room 10 by 80 foot.
I Indeed of centurlua. but it ii tnrrlMir fultn 1...tnn !,.. .1,1. m,. .11..:., .,
' I Mm it a .a . 1 11,.. 1. . t..i 1 . .
. , .... wv.vb. .in., i. uuutiu w uvurwnuitii 01 a
took the new.
the Louts vlll
by the Xvan.ville 'Courier
Whan the telegraph announced, tum tn November next,
j. oursoay, vnav wuaries u potior uau ac
cepted the Hour bo u Grant nomination, a
gentleman connected with the 'Journal'
A WORD PERSONAL.
dozoil year. Poor. Sad. OVorbur- horizontal nUnn in a nnrrnw nanHnrrn.
,..,.1 Ti.nnl !.. 1 l.l "". A nr. ....
uvmv "uji luiuiuuuiii itnvu 1 iiiuv caittQ iu anoitiur ruutit. uu uv .iu iuui.
goon going back for years and thon tho opening narrowod tor a distanco
rushed down stairs from thu editorial "Whv." it has been asked, "am thn
t 11 . Il 11 ' '
irVSoX 'Greeley people of Cairo so apathetlc7
log in, be wildly yelled (or other men, and 'why do they not organlzo?" And then
tra&Sa&'vSS SS the interrogator, .ometime. run off Into
acoeotedl We ar.wvedl" Not flndlnt; criticisms of evorvbodv but thomsolves.
the parties be sought in the post office, thu I . , , ,, ,
51mnbouDde4outon the .treet, and aud generally cap the climax of their
aeklag Phillip Hornbrook, Esq., in a fond complaint, by laying tho whole burden of
SSSSr CiMT OhS I? God 1 tb6 "Pon.lb,,ity of Inaction at tho door
(yConor has accepted I Grant will bo of the editor of Tiik JIuli.ictin. "Ho,"
Mctefl i" remap, mo oicai oo not they excuim o, to bUu,0, "Why i. it
waal O'Cooor to accept. Ob, not , ..
,,, 'that hi. paper is not full of ringing edito-
MojTBY flowed liko water in the late 'rials, and why does he stand still?" Not
in Maine. It is estimated that I .ati.Ued with this, our critiuUer tuoii go
man SUDnose whon thnv rainn into another room. 'JO bv
that Iloraco Greeloy is foolish enough to 40 foot. They oxamlnod this cavo for
iiimiuu (nnv ii tun uuuiocraiic party uu noarly a quartor or a muo, uiscovorou an-
him into tho Whito hotllO thev will not die. nthnr nm.nlni. lint did lint niirann it. nnd
tato his cabinet? Who olocts him ? Lib- havo no doubt but thoro is a grand run of
v.. .vpuuiiuatist wnoro aro moy f i caves undor all that country about Urotz.
venture to say, and no man say. it witli a Tho cavo starts in tho rivor bottom and
.adder heart, tho great, the honored name runs under tho Kentucky hills. The coil-
or the democratic candldato for tho govor- Incof tho cavo was so high thoy could
..i. pii 1 . '"i?.10' wilh iu un- not soo much of It with thoir dim light:
doubted bonosty, will not take u thousand thoy saw stalactite, and stalagmatics, tho
vritpa lrnm tlm paihiiI n.n ......... . .. I
...TT... .i , "'"".'"" ,1U o urst lurmou iuo iciciosontnorocKsauovo,
nnmWnf LV1. oro 'f "y roncu in tho and tbo latter by tho drippings of lime
r.Mi ,rn ,C TotJ',tht "ft Win water on tho rocks bolow. 1'artlos aboul
nt" .t,?VU . w "l be 8 m.i,ar o tbo ono Gr.it. oxnoct to mako a thorough oxplora
1 I tTi.:.i . V. " t n" P'acV."t tlon of tills wonderful cavo, and it may
f ? L, bfttul, h?.P m L?"U".1i,V."0.l,!1". btat It will boas great a natural curl
lut ku-kluxism disguised, and behind it I. Lsliy as tho Mammoth cavo. Wo havo
. ' i . .I ,"' , "'" u,uur ,uo" w" in in tho Mammoth cavo, and tho do
mbjculated thoir chances. scrlptiun given of this Oral, cavo, i far
'I'liuvn la .llm tnufi liAiunirii, il. It I ... . . . ... '
...v.w ....... uUnu,w., .., it j us oxpiorou, is vory similar.
!o seirtlit! ONLY standard book of tho kind
"YOUMANAN'S DICTlONAItY OK KV I In thu city of Cairo, in thu state of JlllnoU,
Kill i'Al WjI.MS,"
i.ontalnliiL'"0.(KX) Hecclpti In uvcrv tlepart-
iwnl nf human elfiirt. s'KSI ncrvear s:teil
to every tine who has It. Every body wants
It. KVr.KV IIOKV iiuth I r ai mhiii as ihhti'ii.
WO per week, sure. t.atKA TKUJift.
Au'entit will miss It If they do not address
Continental I'ubllshliiK Co., M.'l N. .Sixth
Street. .St. Louis.
l'AUI, U. HOUUII, Aft.
SIMILIA SIMILIBUa OUltANTUK
TTAVK nrured. from the most amrilft exunr
tl Icnce.Hn anllrn succusst tiimple Prompt
Klheicnt and Helialiln. Titer aro thu only lut-JI
clnua tmrfocllv aiinmed to iiouular une so slrn
u o lllut uiisliikee cannot lw mmlo In uslnK them:
vt-ni, ffi luti i ma itNiii.-iiio Kifupu bu harmless an lo bo freo from danirer, and ko
.N fcCK T1.A tOI jI'AH! etHcltiot as lo ho alwsye rellablo. They hare ral-
ei inu uiKncHt cornrnnntititiunH uuin an, nrei win
always rvnuer suttsiaciion.
ltUKKH, HAHHK3, KANH,
Ami k!1 other articles uiually lound in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mn. MiriA. In addition lo her stock of Knncr
ami Millinery riooils, lm a lino and compline us
.niim.nl nl Cincinnati Custom Mil' In Ladles
mil MUmi1 HIioi-h anil Chlldrens' lloota. lllaeK
and In Colors. Theso are acknowledged to lu
he finest ami best shoes In tno market, ami nil
l.e nly place in the city inai makod inem
lor the purpose of electing u
to llll the vacancy occasioned by
or.lo.eph II. Tailor.
Polls will bu opened at tho Itoimh and
Ready engine lioiiru, for tho llrst and second
wards, and at thu Court House, for the
third and fourth wards.
Polls w ill open at H o'clock a.m.. and will
clo-o at li o'clock p.m. Ry order ol the City
f'.it.l..ll l I II...... ..u . li..l
v.u.. ......( .ii. u. nun i . 1.U1 v.ii.111.
AND DIlLSl IM
TIik Illinois Cnntral Hall lload Commny now
oilerrnr sale tno foiiowinKuoscrioeu lots in rtrs
Aililllion lo me oily oi oatro, vis i
L.01 ZT UIOCK it'. 111 i UIOCK P5,
i 6 " it, ' an Vi,
' m, 31 " Hi,
il 3 Ii k'i. il :i2 HI.
orterms.ete. apply to JAMKH JOHNHON,
i, wurnt fover, worm culio 25 KtOIITII STIIRKT, IlRTWKKN WaHHINOJON
hjoIiu ortcet iIukiiI tnfHiits...V anti !nuvi vnn a t Avkmiikm
ea.of children and adult...!! AND CiOMMKRCIAL AVKNUKH,
1, Cures retvern, congestion, innammauons.zs
Ailjolulntt Ml'tenlioaae iua Ilassny'a.
'....,... l.rnnnlLltn. '. Kl l'll WlH llASt IIT lldlll. POTU. MllttUn VAI.
neiirniKin, looiuaane, iaceciia....,i i oi.ii.hko, oik., -imi.i "
.nunclies, sick liesilftcho.yertlKtKS uuimiub iu uio miwiswuimui o mauuvr.
ityHiiriiHiH' niitous siotnacne. -
NupiiretiaeU.or rmlnful periods. '&
lilteii, too profuse prloils..
LIME I UEMENT I
tl You can buy six
and ono-half lbs. Durant's
A ColTeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sucar for Ono Dollar: JJost V1'
. ,,.,, . . Ol 35 to 60 larsie vlsils), suorocoo
three ana ono-lialt libs, rnmo llJSSSS: SSS
hi.m .M.i.i.v ..nDi.ri .a.
UU,... irum IU IU H
.from Bit to U
neelno lor u rrsvass uimKiutrm,
tMith lor CiirluK and ror Preveu.
tv treaimeni. in vims ann doc set
cases Ha f ti 00
1'UJNJJ O fiAUlAUT
(!niun. couuh. illlllcult hrcatlnntr...VS
NHllHlicmii, Ervsipiilas, Eruptions'
KhalirantlMin, rheumatic pains 'i-'
fever Hud Akud.cIiIII lever, auuesCO
Urn. blind or blOfidlnK ....V. 'u
Uplitulrmy, and sore or weak eyec&
S'ttarrli. acutn or chronic InHueniaUi
H'hooplut-t'oiili, violent coukIisi
AatliniM. onnresscd brvutmnir to
Kr DlaeliurKes, Imtialrod hoarinnW
llMIAMll IkAlktlKv .ttivulnul u.iL.fil
nes -&u OA l'E GIRARDEAU AND ILLIjNO.
roiiNVRnu scantyecrttions no
New NleknMM.alcknesa from ndluwM)
Hldiiey-UliiewMe, tlrayel M ...JO
Uu...au l.nl.lll,.. .,(.. I n ,.
..... .vua.a.. ciiiiuttl vinin
sions.Involuiitarr dlscl.nrKea -1 Oo
VI ve.lloea,wlth one tl vial of powder
very necessary iu serloue casus.,,6 60
Nor Mouth, canker - Ui
llrluitry WenkauMi, wettlnx ied.M
I'nlurul rerItxU, with spamns.
Niitlerlnant.sl chanue of life...- 1 oo
jiipiiierin. utcerateu Bore inroui ou
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar; Best tVSa
t l m -v -.-. ii , unaiifr inniur
imneriai eu. uao uuiuir ui u iuto yiai
IT I B
a half per pound ; Host Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar por pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Uomnioroiai-av., Foot of Elovonth-st.
Host quality of Llmo nnd Oomont al
ways on band, and for salo at thu
vory lowest tlgure. for cosh,
Successor to U.S. llnrrcll.
.'llieumHtiim.I.umlmno. Piles, UqIIs, HtinK,bore
Kyns, lllcoilnx of the J.uoks, Nose, Htoinach, or
of Piles, Corns, Ulcers. Old Bores.
rrice.uoi,, wj cia.; t'lnts, i 00 quarts, Si 70.
Star lliese remedies, exeunt l'omi'a Kitrant. bv
Ibecasaor slndlo box, are soul to any part of the
country, by mall or express, freo of oliaruo, ou
lliiMKniATiiin MRDIOINK CO,
Union and Depot, No. IMi Hroulway, New.Vork
KOIl HAIiE HY J'. (J. BUIIUU, 0AIKO, Ills,
GENERAL HOUSE FUKNISII1NU
'1'hornlon'H lllock 10th street hot. Commer.
clitl ami Washington Avenues.