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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER fO, 187.
THK JAl'S ARE COMING.
The mlv lejrltlmaU' coiiipiiiiv of artlt
rer iiortnlttod to lcno Japan. Direct from
the Theatre of tho (Jnind Tycoon. I UK
roinpanr uilU'ivc two or their novel, won
.Urfnl niid tlirllllnir entertainment at Iho
ti. viln.iiiMiiti nn .MoiidiiV mill Tllcl:iy
rvrnliiL'. .Sent, il'l nml '.'llli. Admission.
ilre circle. M cent", lle-x'rvcil cats 75
cent', can be mired nt llnrlinan .
CHATTLK MORTGAGE SALE.
Unrnr. is. Cliai! 1'. lar.oil. .lopih
svi and lliilirrtii" KI-li partner, dolus
liiiiie utuUT t lie nrm naino in "mini
in. I lUrri'l wnrk." illil fill tin, ".Mil 1l.1V
of Slav HT1. rxeetitp ami deliver to .io'eph
McK'iii!l',two proiiilory note of that date.
(i m- f ir me Mini 01 m.:k .1.1 payable on me
M ilav ol scpicmiirr. is,::, wiiii inicrvi
in twr cent, irom Auiru-t '.'ml. 1871: and 1
other for oo payable on .September lt
173, witli intcre-l at 10 per coin, ironi
Aunu-t "Jnl l!71 : and wherca in order to
the tiavment thercol. I if .'a hi Tar
-on-. I.il A I'Mi did, on Hip lltli day of
Aujut 1-71, execute. acKtiowiedze and uc
iltr to the ald Jo-eph McICenzle their chat
tie niertira-'c upon the following described
rood. andhattlc, and per-onal property
ijwlt: The lease liold estate
and Interest of -aid lnon, lal.
and KMi in and to the follow
iiii described piece or parcel orgmuml to
wit "A certain parcel of ground commcne
ins ten 10) feet westerly of t he easterly line
of Levee street, if extended, iind thirteen
hundred and thirty 1 1,3.10 leet north of the
vmth line of Thirty-ioiirth Mrect In the llrst
addition to the city of Criro. In tlio county
of Alexander, lu the state of Illinois tlieneo
uortli parallel with -aid l.cvee Mrect If ex
tended, two hundred iSiM) feet, thence cast
at rich! allele to ald Lovco street If ex
tended cunty (70i feet, thence south paral
lel with I.ceo treet If extended two hun
dred feet and thence wen evcnty (70)
feet to the place of befrlnnliitf, bclnj; the
same piece of pround upon which
the Cairo elevator building stand;-,
mid situated in the clly of
I alro, couutv of Alexander and state of Illi
nois lately occupied by said l'ar-oii", Dav i
and Fi-h 'for their -tave and barrel works.
Al-o the Imll'lin.' -tandln? upon -aid piece
or pawl of ground formerly known as the
i alro Klevator, but lately u-ed for a stave
and barrel faetorv. Al-o the boiler and en
due In said bullJiiiL', al-o all shaltlii):. belt
lu;;, pulley, etc.. together with all and
singular the appurtenance thereunto belong
Ill' or any wi-e appcrtainlu? ; which aid
mortsase I- duly recorded in the He
mrtler' olllee of the county of Alex
ader and Mate or Illinoi in book
"A" of Chattle Mortgages, pace 4W Ac.
Anil whereas it I provided in -aid mortgage
that lneae default bo made In he iiayment ol
the tir-t of said note or any part thereof the
whole amount of -aid note secured by slid
ino-tgagc should become due ; and, whereas
default lia been made lu the payment or the
whole of said llrst note, nd thereby by the
term- of said mortgage ha become and now
is due; and whereas -aid .lo-eph .McKcnzio
did on aiiid day of duly 1&7-J, n-sicn both of
said notes to .lohn J. Hartnan, Sow thre
fort, public notice is hereby given that by
'reason ofthepremIel a- ueh assignee have
taken po-?eion of the :iid mortgaged prop
erty and will proceed to sell the s;iinc at
public auction lor ca-h to the hlghe-t bidder
to-wit : tne aforesaid goods an'd chattels,
and personal property, at the building of the
"Cairo slave and llarrel woik-," in the city
or Cairo. Illinois on the 3oth day oi'riepteiii
ber A. I)., 1;7l', eominencliiL' at 10 o'clock
a. in. of said dav, lo -ati-fv the conditions ol
said murtfe'atfe. ' .JOHN J. 11AKMAN,
As-Igncc of .loeph McKen.lc.
Cairo, September lUtli, 1&7'J.
Pnbllcatlnn OIHrr, Hullrlln HnllillnK
Tiikkk U not n pound of choieo butter
The "Knights of Chapjiaqua ' ore.
meeting with nucccss.
Knog nro retailing for 30 conts tier
dozen. Hcnt iiro on n fct.
A IIKAW, dronehlng, refreshing rain
leu ni .Metropolis, rnuuenn ana uoiconda
evening beforo latt.
Oait. .llm. Kiclmrdson, of Columbus,
Kentucky, wns present on tlio moonlight
excursion evening boforo Inst.
Cai-t. H. N. Dugan returni to his
homo in Covington, Ky., fin. Loulsvlllo
to-day or to-morrow.. His brotl.or, Irvin
Dugan, has c'jnrgo of tlio Kckortln his ab
Of tlio ninny cargoes received out of tho
Ohio for reshlpmont south from this port
sinco tho low water season began, not one
1ms been detained ovor forty-eight hours,
nnd nearly nil huvo gone forwaid imme
diately. ,Tiif. latest report wo have received from
tho lower Mlsilstippl gives the stago of
water m follows: Island 30, 8 feet;
Heavo's liar, 8 feet; Choctaw, 'J fectj Is
land 1)3, 12 feet. Hoat leaving this port
loid to " feet.
A recently married lady disappeared
from tlio anxious gaze of her liego lord on
tho night of tho lCth prestimo, nnd no
tidings of her has slnco been heard. Her
disconsolate husband would llko to know
if sbo is vvoll and happy.
The transit steamer Illinois, thoroughly
repaired took hor plnce in tho Cairo nnd
Columbus trade last night. Capt. Lawth
thinks she will bo faster, and more than
match for any thing of her eizo and
power on the western waters.
uuautiful cypress log eighty feet
long was haulod into tho custom houso
ynrd yestorday morning. It is tho II ret
section of a flag etau" one hundred nnd
twenty feet long, which is to bo erected in
tho eastern corner of tho yard. Pummer-
well and Heard are putting it up.
Mn. John T. Turner has commenced the
erection of n now houso on tho corner of
7th street and Washington avenue. Tho
good work of filling our citv with line
residences nnd substantial business houses
goes bravely on. Whether Grant or Oreo-
ley is elected Cairo bound to be a big
A mnll tiro occurred on 20th street
between Conmmercial nnd "Washington
avenues yesterday afternoon. A family
cooking stovo wns nccidcntly overturned,
sotting firo to tho floor of tho room in
which it stood. Tho flames woro put out
by the citizens in tho vicinity, buforo
further damage wns done.
will, hi; at
Thursday, Sept. 10, Hie fourth
clay of the Perry county fair
STUART & GUOLSON.
Wc would respectfully cal
the attention of tho citizens o
Cairo to the fact that our stoc
of Dry Goods. Fancv Good
and Notions for the Fall trade
is now dailv arnvinir. Wc
are making dress goods
speciality and can oiler as nice
a selection in this lino as any
house in the city. Vo make
our business a study. We
iiuy ouu uoods cheav, and
long experience in the
At this time of tho year, when long dis
used chimnoys nro being brought into
requisisition, tho burning out of flues will
bo infrequent. From this cause many
disastrous fires have occurred. All danger
may, however, be obvmted nt such times
by throwing n handful of Fiilt upon tho
lire and closing tho stovo ns light as possi
Tin: moonlight excursion on the Kckort
was rather small, but tho?o who were
present had bushels of fun. Owing to tho
strong wind which sprung up after leav
ing tho wharf tho excursion terminated at
Mound City, whoro tho bout remained
until two o'clo:k in the morning, and tho
intervening hours woro whilod pleasantly
awny with music iind dnncing.
Tiik trumped up chargo against James
Mien, for robbing the treasury of tlio
Grant club, wan on yestorday promptly
disposed of by tho grand jury of tho cir
cuit court, thoy having ignored tho charge
and returned into court "Not n truo bill."
Tardy justico has thus been meted out to
Allen, and wo nro much mistaken in tho
man if ho don't givo his persecutors nnd
slanderers a lively deal. Tho courts nro
open lo Allen n well us others, and in
thorn ho will in all probability soon ap
pear not ns mi alleged criminal, but ns
plaintilf, and his trndueersm defendants.
Tiik most popular ward in thu city (the
fourth) Is in tho worst condition, cs
pocially on tho lino of Poplar strcot'a old
tumble-down, uninhabltablo houses side
walks canted to ono nldo with ovory other
plunk gono, ending abruptly ton or fifteen
feet from tho ground, hoge, dogs, cattlo
and tqucalors, greet one on every hand
At this timo of thy your it is infinitely bet.
tor than in winter; thon it is that ono
slips nnd sprawls, and calls down blessings
ol a peculiar kind upon tho well-meaning,
butnlas slow-going city futhors. If wo
woro 11 Fourth warder, a Poplar 6trcet
Fourth warder, wo would givo ourselves
vent inns unpleasant n manner as possible.
ORGANIZATION OF THE GREE
LEY AND UROWN OLTJD.
I nnnswerto thocall for tho organiza
tion of n Greoloy nnd Brown club, n vory
largo number of cltizons assembled last
evening, nt tho Liberal mooting grounds.
Enthusiasm of tho old timo sort was man
ifested by tho people, showing that tho
Liberals of Cairo havo at last waked up
to tho necessity of tho hour. Tho boys'
Greoloy and llrown club, with bannors
nnd transparencies, paraded tho streets in
tlio early part of tho ovening, nnd Joined
tho mooting with prolonged cheers, just ns
it wns being called to order
by ex-Mayor Thomas Wilson,
who proposed as tomporary officers, Jno.
Ilowlcy chairman, and Alox. II. Irvin,
secretary. On taking tho chair, Mr.
Howley aftor making a few approprlato
remarks, announced tho meeting open for
the transaction of business.
Mr. M. 1). Ilarroll thon oflered tho fol
lowing rsolution, which was carried
JlewUcd, That this organization bo
known ns tho Greoloy nnd llrown Club of
Cairo, nnd that its otllccrs shall bo a presi
dent, six vice-p el(lcnts, ono from each
ward and two from the city nt Inrge, ono
corresponding secretary, one recording
secretary, and nn executivo committee of
five, ono from each ward nnd ono from
tho city nt largo.
Jno. II. Obvrly moved that a commit
tee of three bo appointed on permanent
Tho chair appointed Jno. Q. Harmnn,
J. S. Sway no, and lion. W. J. Alton as
Tlio committee on permanent organiza
tion reported tho selection of tho follow
ing officers :
President, W. P. Barclay.
Yico presidents at large, Jno. M. Lnns
den, Thos. "Wilson. 1st ward, P. G.
Schuh ; '-'nd ward, II. lloupt ; 3d ward,
A. G. Holden; 4th ward, J. 11. Kobinson.
"Corresponding secretary, M. B. Har
rell. Recording secretary, A. Comings.
Treasurer, Or. B. C. Tabor.
Executivo committee, 1st ward, W. II.
Green j 2nd ward, Dr. Artcr; 3d ward,
Wm. Mellalo; Ith ward, W. AV.'Thorn-
ton ; city at large, S. Staats Tnylor.
During tho absence, of tho com
mittee on permanent organization two
hundred persons presented their namos
for membership in tho club, and tho l'sts
nro still in circulation. To-morrow wo
will publish the names of those who have
joined, but the lilts will probably not be
completed for two or three days.
After short addressee by Jno. It. Oberly
and 11. Vat!on "Webb, tho meeting nd".
On July 30th Patrick Fitzgerald by
falling on his doorstep broke two of his
ribs. Having a fow days beforo pur
chased an accident ticket for five days at
tlin railroad ticket ofllco ho has just re
ceive.! forty-live dollars as indemnity
for threo weeks, disabilility. Generul
accident tickots'insuring against death to
tho amount of $3000 or lo dollars per
week indemnity in caso of disability from
any kind of accident are for sale at tho
Illinois Central Itailrond ticket, otllco at
twenty-live cents for tweuty-four hours
Goods business, enables
to buy JUiiciousLY and
j ust the Gooth you want. We
would have the confidence of
our customers, and to promote
this good feeling, will be our
aim, honesty, fair dealing,
good goods at low prices.
Warranting everything to bo
just as we represent it to be,
is our method of doing busi
We will receive this week a
handsome lino of Ottomon
Shawls and Scarfs, to which
wo call attention. An exam
ination of our stock and prices
it solicited. .,,
J. Abort, Capt. Wolf, having
tho contract for tho removal of all obstruc
tions in the lowor Ohio, is making rapid
progress in tho removal of tho hull of tho
Black Hawk lying In the channel just be
low tho mouth of Cuche river. Sho tiled
for two weoks to to.tr tho hull to pieces
with a largo grapple, but tho timbers were
so largo and so firmly put together that
sho madu no headway. Torpedos were
then resorted lo, ami they do tneir work
so well that by next Saturday evening tlio
Black Hawk will havo been totally des
troyed. Her Imiiienko bow as fur as 20
feet back, bus been taken away, and thero
is now 13 feet water whore It lay. An
immense tree was found imbedded across
tho wreck and removed d iy buroro yester
day. During the progress of the work.
an anchor woighing 1,510 lbs, nna a
snatch blocks all in an excellent stato of
preservation havo boon o.xhumed from the
sand and gravel witli which hor hull It
filled. To Capt. AVolf, her polito clerk
Mr. Dodson, and tho rest of hor officers
we are Indebted for much information
nnd many favors.
All boys wishing to join tho boys' Groo
ley nnd Brown club, will please givo in
their names to William Smith, eapialu of
A Dklioutful Suri-ium:. Ladies
whoso faces aro clouded by superficial dis
colorations, and who have resolved to try
Haoan's Macinoma Balm as a remedy,
have no idea of tho welcomu surprise they
will reeelva from their mirrors after a few
applications of that healthful purifier of
the complexion. If at all excitable, they
will scream with rapture on beholding tho
change j whether tho blemish it is desired
to removo bosallowness, blotches, pimple?,
freckles, roughness, or an unnatural pallor,
it is bound to disappear undor the tonic
operation of this wonderful mient. To suv
that tho bhimish disappears, dues not, how'-
vvr, convey unv muu 01 1110 eueci produc
ed by this celobrated beautifier. The un
sightly tinge, whether diffused ovor tho
wliolo countenance or in snots, or patches.
is replaced by n uniform, pearly bloom, to
which no description can uo justice.
Bids will bo received up to 2 p.m., tho
20th Inst., by tho Commissioners of High
ways for Townships 17. S. It 1 AV.
3d P. M., at their ofllco in tho Court
house, for tilling and grading tho Cairo
and Mound City road at tho point known
as tho Gooso pond, at so much por cubic
yard. Also for constructing a box culvert
in tnid fill ; work must bo commenced im
mediately and bo prosecuted to completion
without dolay, under tho direction of said
Commissioners. For till tiecesmry infor
mation and plans of work you aro direc
ted to call on their chairman nt tho Court
Tho Commissioners resorvo tho right to
reject any or all bids
W. 1). Rockwkkm. A: Co. agents for tho
salo of Concert Tickets for the Public Li
brary cf Kontucky, will discontinue tho
sales this week. The drawing will posi
tively take placo on tho 29th Inst., and all
returns must bo mado in time, tf,
$100,000 TO LOAN ON CAIRO CITY
1 am prepared to negoliato tlio above
amount on Cairo city property in sums of
from 5500 to $50,000, on five years time.
interest 10 por cent, and commissions
ronsotiablo. Also $500,000 to loan for
terms of flvo yoars on improved farms in
Southern Illinois nnd Missouri. For
furthor particulars nddross mo at Carbon
dalo Illinois. William II. Ross,
dAtw tf. Loan Broker.
STEAMI30 AT BUTCII.E R ,
Clly Nitllonnl mink BuIIiIIiik.
smuBpmuI Mtfution raid toorli-r. irom (ian
bntti night or Uv
R. Fitzokualij, )
Ciias. A. Scokiki.1), Coin's
Gkoiiui; Lat.nku, )
Purb Wines and Liquors not a hoad
echo or a fight in a thousand gallons of
It at the Thalia Saloon, corner Twolfth
street and Washington avormt,
Steamer Camolin, Louisville.
" Umpire, Evnnsvllle.
" .I.F.Tollo, N. Orleans.
" Judge Biker, Shnwnootown.
" Glasgow, Shawneetown.
" St. Joseph, Memphis.
" Legal Tondor, St. Louis.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Idlowlld, Columbus.
" Ada Uollman, Momphls.
" Oily of Alton, St. Louis.
Steamsr Cnmulla, Louisville
" Umpire, Evnnsvllle.
" . J.F.Tollp, St. Louis.
11 Judgo Baker, laid up.
" Glasgow, Memphis.
" St. Joseph, St. Louis.
" Legal Tender, Memphis.
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Paducah.
" Idlewlld, Columbus.
" Ada Hollman.
" City of Alton, N. Orleans.
1110 MUDDY COAL.
Steamboats supplied at nny timo, both
day nnd night, with cither lump orchest
nujoal, In nny quantity, and on usual
lornis, at tho yard at Grand Tower, Ills
Special contracts offered on favorablo
terms upon implication.
H. V. Olyiuiant,
D. A. Bokkk, Geii'l.Supt.
Sales Agent. 3-16-ly.
1I0AT8 TO LEAVE TO-DAY.
Tho tlno passenger boat Charles Bod
mann will leavo for New Orleans thig
moiling at 10 o'clock. Tho Colorado is
tho anchor line packet leaving for Mom
phis, Vicksburg nnd nil way points, this
evening nt tl o'click. Tho fast City of
Chostor will levu at C o'clock this even
ing for St. Louis and way points. Tho
Jim Fisk Jr., is tho packet for Fncueah
und all points on the Ohio river.
CONDITION OF TIIK 11IVE113.
During tho past 21 hours tho fall in tho
river was three inches. Tho Ohio abovo
here is in such n condition thst navigation
is attended with many difficulties nnd tho
lightest boats havo lots.of troub.e. Thoro
is only 120 inches between hero and Evnn6-
villo. Tho declino in tho Mississippi has
reduced tho channel at Powers' Island to
four feet oight inches with the stick, that
being tho shoalcst place.
nUSINUKS AND WEATHER.
A fair number of steamers gave tho
loveo an animated appcaronce, still there
was but littlo business transacted, on He
count of tho scarcety of freights. Tho
weather was cloar, and a cool breczo mado
Tho Camella brought out a fair load,
but had lots of troublo getting out. Sho
was aground nearly 24 hours on Flint
Island, and grounded a number of times
on other bars. Sho had 200 cabin passen
gers when sho' left Louisville. Tho Judg
Baker brought in a load of wheat. Sho
hail been in port only a short time, before
sho was in tho clutches of tho U. S. Mar
shall for tho sum of $250. Tho Legal
Tondor found Powers Island full of
boats. She reported tho Mary Alice and
tow aground, with tho Crescent City help
ing her, also tho Continental and Tyrone
Tho Legal Tonder was aground there,
but was pulled off by tho .Mary Alico in
order to got her out of tho way.
Dkmoukst's Monthly Magazine for
October is resplendent with all tho now
and stnndnrd styles for Ladies' nnd Chil
dren's dress for the Fall and Winter.
Tho literary contents of this number com
bine h varied and entertaining selection
of 6tories, music, and much useful rea
ding. "Wo alto notico that Demorcst off
ers to each yearly subscriber, free, two ele
gant companion chromos, Niagara Falls
nnd Yosemite Falls, worth $10, making
$ia in value, and all for only $3. This is
umoiig tho most liberal und attractive oil
ers yet mado for 1873.
Published at 838 Broadway, Now York.
ABOUT CABINET ORGANS.
It may not be uenerullv understood.
even by thoso tolerably well verted in
musical arts, that the vast dill'erenco in
quality of tone developed in tho dillorent
makes ol uabinet Urgans, is owinir in a
great measure, to tho different modes of
bending tho tongue of the reed, a slight
variutlon in tho style of bend making quito
u perctptlble difference in tho quality of
ioihi prouueuu, ai won lis IU WO speuKIIlg
capacity of the reed.
So dlulcult and pccullai in this depart
ment of work us to render it necessary for
u person to huvo u natural gift or tuct in
bundling tho delicate tools used, and oven
thon it sometimes requires years of prac
tico to enablo ono to become proficient in
Thero aro only two or three of tlio lead
ing makers in this country who understand
thu application of what is called tlio now
and improved bend in tho reed, und
among them tho houso of Simmons &
Clough Organ Co., of Detroit, Mich., havo
madu their instruments deservedly popu
lar, and aro taking tho lead in way of tho
moro desirablo improvements, having so
cured the valuublo "Scribncr Patent,"
an application of tubes to reeds, which
materially increase tho volume of tono,
nnd at tho saroo timo destroy tho wlrey,
metalic sound of tho reed. This firm also
mako uso of tho celebrated 11 Vox II u
matin, " or ' Fun tremolo, "and nlso tho
famous " Vox Celcsto " stop, tho uso of
which has created such an outory among
older manufacturers, who find it impossi
ble, with their stylo of bend and voicing
to moke a good job of it.
It is comparatively but n brief poriod
sindo this firm began to mako instruments
upon a largo scale, und offer them to tho
public at lurgo through dealers, tho homo
demund having takon their cntiro produc
tion heretofore, but wo aro informod that
tho experience of this houso dates back to
tho year 1850, nnd It is these years of cure
ful study mid oxpjrimont which combine
to muko.thcir Organs, In ninny rcspccts,su
porior to thoso of other mukers.
Tho musical editor of tho Superior
(Wis.) 'Times' makes mention of thorn ns
follows : "Wo aro Impressed with nil wo
rcud nnd know of tho 'Simmons & Clough
Organ.' Contrary to tho practico of
many other establishments, this firm havo
first mado n reputation for thoir noblo in
struments, and thon advertised thoin. It
is n mystory to us outsiders what thoy nro
advertising fur, ns tho domand for these
Organs now exceeds tho supply. Tho
great demand for them, in fact, has com
pelled tho company to put up n now man
ufactory nt a cost oi noarly $100,000.
Thero aro only throo instruments of tho
cabinet organ class in America that we
should feel satisfied in purchasing, and
of tho three wo far profor the instrument
mado by Simmons & Clough. It can
rondor nil stylos of music, from the
thunders of church organ diapason to the
strains of a Uo military band, or the ex.
qulslu tremor of fairy bells." 9-18-lf,
Principal Oflico 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THE ONLY RELIABLE GIFT WSTItllUr
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
li. X). SUTB'S
To bo drawn Monday, October 7th, WJ.
One GhanI) Oavital or
10,000 IN GOLD.
One Prize $5,000 in Silver I
FlvoPrlzos $1,000 J r
Five Prizes 600 GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 5- (
Two Famllv Carriage and Mateehd Hor.r
Willi Slhcr-Mounteil Unmet, worth Sl,fN)
Two Hordes ami Itugles with Silver-Mounted
llarneM. worth fiJou each I
Two Fine-tuned ltoewood Piano, worth
Six Family Sewing Machines, worth
lf0O Gold and Slher Lever Hunting
Watelic. worth from $20 to $.100 each.
Ladle' Gold l.eontlne Chain, Gent' Gold
Vet Chain, Solid an Doubled-l'laled
Sllvcj Table and Tcapoon Photograph
Album, Jewcrly. Ac.. &?., Vc.
Whole number (lift., IO.000. Ticket Limi
AGENTS WA.NTEI) TO SV.l.l) TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premium will be paid.
Silicic Ticket tittiA- Ticket. 910; TwcUc
Tickets 920; Twenty-live Tickets 910.
Circular contAinlDK fall llt of prism, ')
ncriritioD of tho maimer nt tlmwin, nti.t othrr
InfonnMioD In reference lo the llt ri liuil on , 111
be cent to anyone orJcrln; tnrni. All l'Iier
u. is. nit.r.t imz, eu,
muM be addressed to
ini Wet Sill M
MISSOURI STATK LOTTK11Y.
Leoalized iiy Statk A u mourn- ash
Dkawk in Puiilic in St. Eouh.
Grand Single Number Scheme
Clarh I, ro hk Drawn Sept. 30, 1871!.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
rnt or h)
Our Homo Advortisers.
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1 ' of 10,UU
1 " of. 7..VH
4 " of t,X.
4 " ol
1 " of 1,M
SO " of ftW
40 " of 2M
Tickets $10: Half
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Ticket. $2 CO.
Our lotterlm arn rhxrlrrrt! by thr flute, urn
lwftjs drnwn nt I lio lime norned, and nil ilrw
Inc lire under the supertiiun of rworn com-nii-jloner.
The ofllcilrtl drawing will bn pilbllnlied in the
ft. Loul pper Hud h copy fflit lo purchanern
We will draw n similar scheme ttie latt day of
every mqnth during the tr 187i.
Kemitnt our rlk by -jOi-loHlte mnnejr O'der,
'egietered letter, draft or 'jprei". nena for cir
cu.ar. Addre. MUHKAV, MILLKH A CO.,
1'. O. U.i Jilt.. tit. Louie, Mo.
HATCH E LOU'S IIAIIt DYE.
Thi eiiperb hair dye I the best In tho
world perfectly liannle, reliable and In
htaiitancous. -No disappointment. The gen
uine W. A. Ilatehelor'e Hair Dye produce
Immediately a natural black or brown. Doe
not .-tain the ekinbtit leave the hair clean
solt ami beautiful. The only i-afc and per
fect hair dye. Sold by all ilruggiet.. Fac
tory, 10 Itond etreet, -N. V.
Happy relief to young men from the elfect
of error and ahmct in early life. .Manhood
restored. Impediment lo .Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable rcliieille-. Hook and crlell
lar M-nt free. In sealed envelop.
Addrc.-.HOWAKD ASSOCIATION, No.
1 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having a lil'li reputation for honor
able conduct and professional skill
An Agent, male or female, in every towii'hlp
to sell the o.si.V standard book of the kind
"YOUMANAN'S DICTIONAltV OF EV
KUY DAY WANTS,"
containing '.!0,(rjo Receipt in every depart
.iient of liiiuian ell'ort. 9100 per year saved
to every one who has it. Every bodv want
it, KVKHY noDY ItUYS IT a oon a oll'ered.
tlO per week, sure. EXTlt.V TICU.MS.
Agent will mis it if they do not adilre
Continental Publishing Co., Mil N. Sixth
street. St. Louis. w-'liu.
1MUI, . KOIICII, Aic't.
SIMILIA SIMILIUUS OUltANTUH
HAVE proved, from tho moat ample exper
lenoo, nn enllre nieces! Himple Prompt
Mlicientinid ltelinhle. They Are thu only medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular use so sim
ple tbnt mistakes cannot be rnu.lo in iiHinx thcin;
nt harmless as to to Iree from danger, and so
elticlootas to bo nlwnyn reliable. They hate rais
ed the, highest commendations from all, and will
blwayn render satisfaction.
l.Cure Fevi'ru.conBe'tlon, Inflammations.li.l
ttorniN, wurin rever, orm cone si
4'ryliiK.collo or teething ol infantH..,V'
Itlrrlioen, of children and ndult...'2S
nvMPUlerj-, KtljiinK, b'liou culin...!U
4'liulfrii-miriius, viunitlnii..... 'ii
4'liolern. colds, hronehlliis
Nriiri.tKin, toothache, faceache....2.'
Ili-adnrlips, sick headache, vertigo'.'..
ltyNiiiNln' billou stoinaehe- V.'
Niiiirrarl,or nalunil periods iS
WfilleN.too profiio period as
('roup, cough, dlttioult brcntlnng...;5
r-a. s.aivii.i., r,Tni,.rini., fjruHIUDS.a
lliieiimnllHin, rheumatic pnina 'i!
COMHINMION AND rORWABDINtt.
Keveniiul Auue. chill lover. avunsM
I'llrsj, hllml or blending. to
OpHtHlrmy, and sore or weak eye.M
4'iilarrli, ih:ui or chronic, InrtueniuM
VlioilnK-C'aiiKh, violent cuughs&O
AnIIiiiiii, oppressed brealhini Ml
t'Mr ItlHchnrKC, lmulred hearingU)
Ncrofiiln, enlarged glandu, awellingn
Ueucrnl lleblllly, physical wcak.f.o
llropN)' unit HcaiityKi-flretions M
Nri Klvkiii-NH.siekneaa from ndlnubU
lililllpy-ItlHiMiNn, (Jrnvel (0
NnrvmiK Iteblllty, numlnal end
eions.lnvoliintarv discharges ,1 dm
i vB,ijoe,wiiii ono n vial or powder
very necessnry in serious caes..,6 to
in, " Nore SIoulli, canker w
:', " llrlnnry H'cnkncMK, wetting ked..W
.'11, " rnliiliil 1'erluitn, witli spasm M
2'-', " NulltrlUKM,l change of life loo
ai, "' Killemy,ljp(ismN,bl.Vltiii'danee,l 00
'it, " ll)llirln, ulcerated sore throat 60
Ol an to OU Inrsso vims), morocco
nr rosnwo(Ml caae, coiiIiiIuIiik is
ircillcrr every orslluury tiisv
ftiae a fiimlly In NiiHJect lo, stud
liookN f dlrocllon from flu to tlti
smaller Jiuiilly and '1'rnvrlluR ca-es,
2ito H vials .Irom 83 lo f
Specific lor all 1'rlvalt IrUcnuen,
both for C'urlUK and vor Preven
tive treatment, mvinla atin pocket
cases H2 to S OO
Cures Hums, tlruises. Lameness, Horenesi.Horo
throat, Hpiaini, Tootlmcho, Earache, Kturalgia,
ithoumatiim, Lumbago, Piles, llolls, Htmio.fcoro
I'.jei, like ling of the Lung, Nose, Stomach, or
of Piles, Corns, Ulcers, UM Bores.
I'rlco. 0oi., to clt.j Pints, 1 60; Quarts, Jl 7J.
sr iheio remedies, exoei.t l'ond'a Kitiact, by
Hie case or single ooi, are sent to any part of the
country, by mall or express, free of ohsrfe, on
receipt of he price.
llOMKOI'ATlllO MEDICINE CO.
UIBea and Depot, No, Kt Broadway, New. Turk,
FOU SALE Y r. . HC1IUU, CAIHO, UIi,
OJCUKNT, PtAATKn PABli,
PLASTERER'S II A 1 11,
n6. 71 OHIO LKVKK, UNDKIt CITY NATION
JSTKor the tillniose of building tin a
wnolcsalo trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
er ami contractor In lota of M barrel and
upward, at manufacturing prices, adding
Cairo. August 1.1, 182.
STJIATTON & IJ1RD,
(Successor toStrttlon, Hudson A Clark,)
o7 Ohio Lovco. Cairo, Illinois
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fok FA'lR RANK'S SCALES
Ohio l.evee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
Gonoral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Our Home Advertisers.
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HA NNY.
XKHTUOXT JBAMI, FXTKA,
LARGE STOCK OF CARjVSTINO
(JILT II A K US,
Ill Entire Ntock ,
VERY LOW FIGURES.;
COHNKR 8TH BT. AMD COUUKRCIAL-AT.,
W. 51. M'lI.I.IAMS, JAB. KlXBLEY,
Lata of VIclisburK.Mm. I.slr ol t'ln'll, J
W. M. WILLIAMS Si CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, StKAMIIOAT AND
KOHWAHDI.NO AMI COMMISHIO.V
55, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN U. PIILLIS & SON,
(Kuccr.sors to John II. Plilllts.)
FOR W A RDING MERCUAN TS
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Rran, &c,
Cok. TEN Til -ST. a.mi OHIO LEVE
FOR WARDING and COMMISSION
M K K: II A N TH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Anil Agents of
IIIIO 1UVEK AND KANAWHA
3 .A. HIT COMPAKTIES.
70 Ohio Levek,
J. M. PHILLIPS Si CO.,
(Hticcemors to IC. I). Ueii.lrioiB A Oo.)
Forwarding and Commission
rtfj Liberal AitTAUceinenis made ij
njiou ConslKuments. itSV
Are preiiarrd to rcceiTe, store and forward
freights to all points unit buy and
sell ou commission,
MTMIimlueas attended to promptly;
Z. I). MATIIU8S.. K. O .UllL
MATHUSS & UIIL,
Commis s ion Merchants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
BfO. fl OHIO UtTKE.
ST. NICHOLAS j
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This house is uely tlttud up wlthlwo
And two tlno
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
The saloon Is stocked with the Rest
lira tids of
are compounded iu the most approved style
GTCoine and h-c for yourself. They keep
on hand a Hue Mock of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER CHEESE AND HOL
nro pprciid mornliig and eveiiiiiK at nln
o'clock, nt which all aro invited to partlc
paio iree ol clianrc.
HOOT AMIS NIIUK HTOKE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., near Athoneum.
Keep on band a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Chlldron'i Gaitim and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they soil at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Exauinx.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN SATES, Proprietor.
loo Commercial ATenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Oallfo t Clars a recehv.',
RILLIARD Mloou furnished with the best
of tables ; and bar supplied with wines, liquors
ud cigars of the tlnsst brands,