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book can now be placed In tbe hands of cur
young men than the llfo of Horaco Greeley.
Blte4 to the presidency be would be
come tho typical American to every think
ing, intelligent boy In tho country. Ills
election would show on tho part of tbe
American people, genuine appreciation of
faithful Industry, intellectual ability, and
of thatsucccM which it tho result of both.
It would tbow that we, as a people, hold
in respect tbe nobler qualities of mind and
character, and reward thorn accordingly
when united with known ability to ad -
mlnUtor the affairs of tho country. Wo
hold In our hands tho opportunity of
proving to our youngmen that no honor is
beyond tho reach of real worth, and in tbe
light of the presontlow sUndard of pub-
lie morals, we should pauso and consider if
we can afford to throw it away.
WM. II. SEWAKD.
Wm. H. Seward died in Auburn, Now
York on Thursday last. Ho was born In
Orange county, Now York, May 17th,
1801. Ho was partly educated at Union
College. Before ho was nineteen years
old, ho taught school In Georgia for six
months. Ho studied law ln New York
and was admitted to the bar at tho age of
twenty-one. He entered on tho practice
of bis profession at Auburn, In the year
1823, and the next year married the
daughter of bis partner Judge Miller,
In tho year 1S30, he was elected to tho
XT V..I .... It, lOtS.isUMoJ
governor, ana re-eiectea in ju. xn
1841, he was a warm supporter of Henry
Clay or the presidency, and of General
j Taylor in 1S48. Tbe legislature of bis
state, chosen in this year, electod Mr. Sew-
ard United States senator for the
term beginning March fourth, 1819. In
December of this year, he led the anti-
slavery element in congress. In March
I 1850. in a debate concerning tho territory
.,il,1 from MotIco. . delivored a'u...... r, .u
, ,
speech In which
expression since
he made use ot in.
become historical,
"higher law," in reference
to
the power of the constitution.
Mr. Seward was also the nuthor of the
phrase "irrepressible conflict," which in
a speech at Rochester in 1858, he applied
to tbe collision of the systems of freo and
.lavo labor in the countrv. Ho was re-
elected to tho senate in 1855. In tho Chi-1
csgo convention in 1800, he was a candi-
date for tho presidential nomination, and
received ono hundred and seventy-three j
votes. On tbe accession of Mr. Lincoln,
. , . . , ... I
ho was appointed secretary of state, '
which office he held eight years, retiring I
in 1809. ,
"Mr. Seward was an industrious writer.
'His official correspondence as secretary
. i vrr- I
oi state was voluminous. sjieosuw the burning of the court-house at Kanka
'wero frequent. His unofficial addresses keellls. The lots is $56,000 j insurance
wire numerous. He also wrote a life j $30,000.
'of John Quincy Adams, and an- -Anthony Mesch, attempting to ..scape
...u-.-, tv,..:.. Ar.. v:. ... ' f'om tw0 policemen in Chicago to-day,
'tiremont from office ho made a voyage
'around the world, returning in 1871.
'Mr. Seward has won a high place
'among American statesmen. From his
"
'first ontranen inin rolitict. inti' -
'tution was abolished, he was an uncom -
'promising opponent of slavery. Under
no circumstances did he falter in his op-
'
' position to it. Slavery abolished, he
' was, liko Mr. Linculn, a friend of the
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' Southern people. In private lito he was
'an exemplary gentleman. Kind and
, . , .
'generous by nature, he was In all things
1 opposed to oppressions or inlustlce. The
Southern neonle never bad an bUr advo.
..... , , , . , , , . .
vw Ui suc.r material inieresu.-apari
' from slavery. When slavery had been
'abolished be became an advocate of peace
'of an entire obliteration of the memory
'oftho war, and tbe restoration of the
' whole people to a new union, based upon
' equal rights and fraternal feeling."
FORWARD I
The Liberals expected too much in the
results of tbn Utn clcrtlnn.. Thnr knnu
their cause was just, that it. success wa,
,. . .... hi, , .i
essential to the well-being of the re-
public, and tbey believed the peoplo would
rally to tho support of their principles
and crush corruption under an avalanche
of ballot.. TV.o r.,.. .1... ...
of ballots. Thnr fnri,..i H,..i
government are most difficult of correo A 0r?7 .Br0Wn Proce,,Ion 'D
,tnn .jn ..i , i .. Cincinnati this evonine was attacked bv
tion, and that time, which is said to at last i , '
',. , ' 10 " , colored men. Fifty to tevontyflvo shoU
set all things evon, is necessary to the ac- were tired and several persons wero in
complisbment of tho work of reform. Ijured.
They remembered only that this is the age j A dispatch of to-day Irom Now York
of stoatn and electricity, of events that I ,UlC' t,)Bt frcl8b' locomotive on the
rush along like hurricunts-the era of Bil,li'""re Ohio road, near Piedmont,
t .i rrt. s . . I e,PoJ6d on Baturday, killing the engin-
revolutions. They resolved that certain eer, fireman and two others, and fatally
reforms are necessary, and acted as if they scalding another person,
only had to say "Prestol Quick, changol A Washington telegram of this dato
'and begonol" and that instantly tho ' re!fc" u' '"""wing :
abuses and corruntlon. of tho government ' J. IL At1ficky.lle.V,i.c.li!i!l?i',iL
WOUld L'iVO W.VlOa better ronrllllon
Mffairs and our political millcnium would
instantly dawn.
But tho result of tho lato election has
demonstrated tho fact that the Jordan
over which the Liberals uro passing Is not
an easy road to travel. It is full of ob
structions, tome of which have been cre
ated by tho Liberals themsolvcs. That
the prize at its terminus may be secured
It is necessary tbo sojourners on it should
pull off their coats and roll up their sleeves
and labor to remove the impediments
which obstruct their passago,
Why, lot us as ask, should any o( us lies-
iUU7 Because tho Oovll is loose, should
givvl rotlre to their fulnesses and al-
V
i
be braTO mot to raiio It again and
press on to victory; when the
public ear i deafest, thevoicbof tho re
former sjould be loudest. Tbe right
never bisltaUt. It Is aggressive. Driven
back It advances again. Crushed by su
porlp." forces It rites again with renewed
stringth. Often it has been laid in the
sepulcbro by evil geniuses who bavo arisen
nd
but
dominated human society,
tbe good angels of man-
I 'lnd havo always rolled away
1 " "to from tho door of iti tomb and
warmed it by a touch into life again,
, Walking forth with new beauty and now
strength at every defeat it has persistently
renewed tho battle with Wrong, and has
led the world slowly but surely to higher
plains of civilization. It grasps its victo
ries from tho jaws of defeat.
Why then should any Liberal hesitate
as to bis duty ? Ho has a Just causo. He is
battling against an iniquitous party. He
ubori t0 tect from do,lruclion the
cndangcrcJ Ubcrliej of lho republic Ho
ong8ged ln fcn ,Uempt to woo back
1 10 tho Un,on lhc ,p,rt of MCllons, amity
i whch a of unltv ,lronger th,
. hook of ttcel or lhe bayonel, of an armT.
' Ue j, attompllng to crush tho corruption
,hat ,ulk, a,road jn tbe lan j debauching
, pubc ad privato life and laying Its
polluting hand on the altars of the Chris-
tian religion. His is a noble cause. The
success of its DrinciDles Is as
i .. . i 1
.urea; ir not to-day, then'
hcrer.fter. But that its triumph
may come ,u ffiend( un.
dilmayed with enthull,stic -.ntrv.
muit flght ,u cnm,M anj flght them
WSJ.fi Repuled thcy mu!t ,g,tn g0 for.
war(t and with beartine dsvl blows right
and left for tbe good cause of recon
ciliation and reform t
The future is ours, friends of the Lib
eral cause; forward! Once more into the
i I .-v.u I
Ulu, ,uoc,eu.
And now again, with a will and a 7H, f
forward I Southern Illinoit moves to the .
front In the ranis of her Liberals thero
is not one who hesitates!
CONDENSED TELEGRAMS.
.--.-wnvKww..
SUNDAY, Octoder C, 1872.
-Horsce Greeley has been Invited to
make another Western tour.
Tbe forty-second semi-annual confer-
enc0 of tho Mormon church commenced
in Salt Lake city to-day.
A dispatch received to-day in San
Francisco, reports an effective attack on
tho Apache Indians in Arizona, by Col.
jjaJon
A delegation of Indians in Washing-
ton city, dressed in the costume of their
tribe, attendod the Metropolitan church
to-day.
A telegram of this morning reports
was shot dead by one of them. Both have
l)Cen arrc,tedi
a special telegram from Knoxville,
Tenn sajs :
Serious trouble Is apprehended bttween
tho authorities of Georgia and th. irwrd
! States marsnal. Governor Smith has in-
1 tru.ctcd General Wofford, receiver of the
. Alabama and Chattanooga railroad, not
' io surrender tbe road to Judge Harolson
nu Lewis itice, receivers appointed by
Associate Justice Bradley, of the United
, States supreme court. General Wofford
he U '"'trocted to
I TKAK UP KVERV KAIL AND BURS EVERT
iikidob
before giving up tho road. The marshals
i have already arrested tho sheriff of Dade
(county, and further trouble is appre-
hended.
I MONDAY, October. 7, 1872.
. A Are in Evansville this evenlnede
. . ,..,. eov(.rin . n, .
square.
j D D
, In tbo town e)ection8 of Connecllcut
j to-day, tbe anti-Grant tickeU were almost
universally oletted.J
The corner stone of the monument
, t0 tbe nTy t Miles Standish, was laid
, to-day In Boston with masonic, civil and
, military honors.
Count von Arnim, German ambassa-
i dor. has notified M. do Remusat that nil
cIt,"' of France entering German terrl
kvij uiuib uu urusiuru wuu paaspnrts,
' .
-The school census of the city of Chi
CBg0i completed to-day, shows a popula
tion of 307,390, which is an increase of
43,000 over a similar census taken in June
i last.
I last
nf h'.J Vlt V".,"l..l,i.Ut,.e""H & M
light that he nail married .March the it-1
In llaltlinore. MU Emu u T ) ir. w ! i
inol ier resided In thU dty. It V, aM. , ihu
iiuptlals were kept a profound secret a " it
wan believed a knowlediio of the fact wojld
cache tin: iuku ill UIU s.omtnoilliri!, A few
months alnco Dr. Anllek attended the Itud cal
cnnventlon In Philadelphia, when hi- tiok
occasion to make his will, buiitieathlnir all
his property, iibout 130,000 worth, to his
wife, who hut beon and now In a clerk In
the redemption division of lhe officii nf ilm
f.rcl,l7. 1'". Jloylo and Kelnsmlt'i of
, "iiuauoineruoeioroi l'liiiailclplila,
sllfned the will an wittcBses. The widow
has. a tice the decease of the doctor, e.xlilb-
ted the tnurrlKe certificate and will to the
i mlly of Commodore Aullek, und they lire
TUK3UAY, OoroiiKH 8, 1872.
Tho horse disease in Toronto, Canada,
continues, to the serious detriment of busb
ncss.
"aeddy, tbo blacksmith" of New
York, was arrested in Philadelphia to-day
after voting three times.
The foreign telegraphic news reports
State elections it Pennsylvania, In
diana, Ohio and Nobrtka took placo to
day. Tbe earliest rturns indlcato a
Radical victory In Ohic Pennsylvania and
Nebraska, and the elocbn of tho Liberal
ticket In Indiana.
A Galveston dlspath from United
States Marshal ltukle, nnotinccs lho ar
rest of th( Flynno broters. sons of tho
postraastorat Tylor, Toms, charged with
robbing tro mail. Thoymado a desperato
reslstance,kllllng a depity marshal before
they werosccurcd.
A Nov Orleans dlpatch of this date
says : 1
R. J. Wight, clerk oftho district court,
and his bother. W. N.Wrlcht. deputy
sheriff, wro killed this nornlng by Chief
of Pollcojhorrod and Polco Otiicor snop
hard. Frends of the "Vrlghts armed
themselva with sfaolguis, found and
killed Sbphard, and an searching in
every dirttion for Shorroc.
A York dispatci of this dato
says:
On Kriiiy night .lohn Ttagnnr. a deck
hand on bsrd the canal boat Monarch. was
mysterious? spirited away ami It appears
his absent: Is In some way connected with
details of te murder ot Capt.Colvocoresacs
In ltrldirecrt. Conn., about four months
ago. Thelve.ipon with which the deed wa
committed: supposed to have been traced to
Tragnor.
WEDi'ESDAY, October 9, 1S72.
John I'Bryan to-day killed polico
officer Mc3onigle in Philadelphia.
The mrquis of Qucensbury and Pro
fessor Tyrmll arrived in New York to
day by tbeKussia.
An e;tursion of Southerners, nutn
beringfoir hundred and twenty-flvo per.
sons, arriedin Louisville to-day.
To-dsr's dispatches from Constantino.
pie affirm that three million inhabitants
dlrd during tbj late famine in Persia.
A p.,i. rl.sn.M, ..r. T. . Wnnrf i
'all possibility of doubt, that the leading
' Uonapartistsin the city are plotting for j
the restoraton of the Empire, and '
Prince Nap-leon Plon Pion, who was J
'discovered ic Paris to-day, has been ex-)
1 pelled from tbe country, and if again
'found on Froch territory, will-be arres- t
'ted and imptsoned."
A gentlman who arrived in Wash
ington to-da; from Paris met Senator
Sumner in tat city on the 26th oi last ,
.. TI ...I II l.l. - t
mon.a. Ue Bpr tuo BeuBra. ueuu
.theSsn,tor , worse, rather than better,
nd lhat the.ymptoms or his old attack'
were moro aljming than when he sailed.
He was abou to have a consultation of
eminent pbyicians.
The gratd jury of Hudson county, I?.
J, hM indicbd Chief f Polico McWll
liams and Dtcctlve Dojle for conspiring
to rob tbe Fist Kationil Bank of Jersey
City in June last, having burglar's tools
and allowing them to le used, and break
ing and entiling tbe bank. Doyle filed
bonds in ?2?p0O for '.rial. McWilllams
bad not beon trresttd up to tbe adjourn
ment of tho curt.
THURSDAY, October 10, 1872.
Three caivicts sstaped from the state
prison at Bufalo ths siorning.
The citr govemnent of Boston, to
day appropriated (210,000 for the estab
lishment of a smallpox hospital.
The new funsje of tbe Mine La
Motte lead compin; at Frederlcktown, j
Mo- was burned today. Loss $2f0,000.
The secretary of state to-day received
, . , , , ,
by special messeng an official copy of 1
the decisioa and atard of the Geneva
Arbitrates, handimely engrossed on 1
parchment and bounl, with the signatures
of the arbitrators. The document was in-
cloied In a neat rooden case, hichlv ,
finished. The .ecrttary presented it to f
President Grant tLui forenoon. It was .
rtcrwara tkkeu to tbe department to be .
deposited is the archives. :
At the annual s-uion of tho Grand
Lodge Of OddFel.OtMof Illinois, which 1
rU.A it..., .Inn tn TI..1. t.i.j .1.1......
...... ... iiiBnu tun nuer-
noon ; tbe following oBcers were elected ;
.i. t u. Piaster, x riu LirOsS OI UatrO; I), i
O. Master, VT. L. Svemey of Rock Is- '
land; G. Warden, J. 1. Roung of Car-
oonaaie ; u. aecretarj -v. c. Nason of
Peronaj G. Treasurer, V. S. Burrvof Al-
,, , . .
kuu, u. jictJri-Kiiiiaiiv. j, j, t-rnltn Of '
Galenaj G. Chaplin, Y
A. F.i!u-rl. nt
Mendntat ft Mr.V,.l . r cl ,
... ....., , lt oncruian ui
Cbicaco; O. Conductor, loms. T.n,. nf
- . a
fcnlieiaj U. Guardian, Ludwig Van
Emblen ol Galena; G. lerald. W. S
Moore of Efinpham. N..;nr.nl,1 .....
b""'" "
Selected as tho placo Of htlutnir thn aet.Inn
. r " ,e"lon
,n 1B,J
a a ..i . v . .
An Auburn, CW Tk, dispatch of
this date announces tha.lii, ..t
-....... w a.vm
Wm. H. Scwari as followt
Hon. Win. II. reward dleim hi- rfKlilencf
hi iiiii ui) i'. m. iciiuv. Hit wat
taken ill on Wtjni-kJav of ..tV....t.v uiii,
- j ?Ketf",?,nZ cau'of hi';
i ucam was tie iwt. II n I.'llilv vfrt 11
with him at the tile of hladea Ji, h..J
- I iN!
Mr. Stwanl rotlmmt. nml (.. tC . Z H
! dictated several ;nia about hit' new book
' been 'InJdWln1 r'Vomi I'miena";'
I In fact, lie WaH eoidcri'd In no lander till
In fact, hi; wa co-Mcred In no tanift'r till
about eleven o'elosc Ian night. Il retained
nil ei-ii-i-n Kl un; III, atlll llleil 11. till'
full
!!':!:,,:!n" "LiU'r .rUlUes Which
lor yearn marked I. nr.. it,.
IllllV lit the lif OflVfllty-oni:,
.nuiit in hid nm-li i- n .ii'i.. nr lii .
e already ilrceeo In inniiriiliiL'. nml ib..v
all will probably -lo"e on the i .lay of (h
for'HU 'fllLr-T .'i'i?1'0 ,:"'-;,! M:W
ror. iiu funeral '111 probably take placo
next buiiday.
WIIOlEtsAbjE cimm:khs.
GROCER ani CONFECTION
IMTEiRCHC-A 2STT;
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. 134 Cominorcial-avo.,
Omkq Ills.
JOHN SIIEEUXN,
RETAIL GROCER
And lealer In
VMCTAiliiiIiffih1TO LAnu
Corner Oth fit. aUCommercialAve.
7-23 tf.
CHKAP UiOOERIES
arum isr.Hjv aYsaraEiwr.
OKO0KBIK8 KBTAIL'D AT WIIOLIHALX
1-H1CI8 pH CASH.
AT If. O. THIEIEOKE'S STQIE.
Our Homo Advortisors.
BANKS.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
JBJL2ST1SZ.
Clinrlered Mttreh SI, 1869.
orriCK or
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICERS '.
A. II. SAFFOKD, President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. I1YSI.OP, Secretary and Treasurer.
fitatCTOUl
P. M. tUaCLAT,
F. II. BTOcirLttn.
Cms. Giuoiua,
I'ACt U. BCHCn,
R. II. CCNXIXOBIM,
II. I'. UALLIDAT,
J. M. PnatiM.
Depoalta et may Amount Revived Iroaa
Tea CtBts SJpwunln.
INTEREST paid on deposits t the rale ol Hi
percent, per annum, March 1st anil 8ept-m-br
1st. Intercwt not wlthitrawn ts '.dded Imme.
rilateljr tolte principal of the deposits, therptit
K'flng them compound Intere at.
MARHIKt) WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DxroatT MONEY
0 THAT MO OK tUI CAM CEAW IT.
Open Terjr buslneis dr from .m. to 3 p.ij.,
and tftunlT eTtmng lor HAVING UKPOjITs
onlj, from 6 to 8 o'clock.
auutl W. HTSLOP.Treaslirsr.
THE CITY NATIONAL
VAIKO,
CAPITAL,
ILLISOIR
8100,000
orriciis:
W. P. lULLIIUr, President:
HENRT L. UALLIDAT, Vic-Prtldnli
A. D.aAPKOKD, Cuhler;
WALTER HTSLOP, Assistant Catbier.
Biaicroajt
Staats TATtoa, Rosiit H. CruaixjiAH, '
Htxai L. Ualucat, W. P. Uauidat,
Oto. I). WiLUAMfoa, Srinirs Bub
A. B. StrroaD.
Sxetaftasr, Coin sand rnltexl sisam
Bond Booarbt sand Nold.
EPO?IT9 receired, and a general banklnt
lioatneaa none.
FIRST "NATIONAL BANK
Or CAIRO.
DANIEL nUBD, "resident i
ROBERT. NttLutt ue-Pretf teat
C. X ULGHK3. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, Lank nolo- and Unit-!
Stales securities bouitht and rotd.
Intfr) Allowed on Time fleMalla.
IIAN'K NTATKJIK.NTS.
THIRTY-NINTH rtpott of the condition o
the First National llAnk of Cairo, Illinoit, at the
close of Dullness October 3d, IsTi
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts
Overdrafts
W.21 1 VI 1
1.05 1 W ,
1W,"M r7 '
3,'A'I 03 '
U S Bonds to secure circulation
U. S. bonds and securities on
hind
Oilier stocks, bonds and mort-
7; efnd"Ve.
sene agents - .
Due from other national banks...
lue from banks and bankers...
Real estate
furniture amd fiiures
sumps...... . . .
c"h"nnd"ln'coYn7.7.3.V.V.'.'.' 1,'tc 0;
"tMV :K'U
10,10) V)
2C.171 K
C.74I 19
3,t7S M
3,".n 19
3J10 f) ,
w n ,
1-0 .VI
i9i.i3i70i
Cap ui ock .CI.
"n?il"f,"',A5?.f'' M'.'li?,'
indMdiu! deposits
, 10,1.'C so 1
301,131 70
State of Illinois, Alexander county, ss
I. Ilunlrl Ifiirtl nr.tM.n r.f ,Vi. ilni f V.iln.il
Bank of Cairo, do joleralv swear that the above state.
mem is true to tr.e lcsi ci ihy a.nQwleuzc anu uclici
ii.iit. hu, rresiaent.
rfffiW ,UOn l Uf"e th'' T"'lh d'y
-iAa. .".otiry 1'uwic.
Correct Atmt;
tr Mrvrus
ROH'I.W. MILLER, V
U. HURD, J
In rectors
' T? u9..Sl, ,ke eo,n1,iti0" c' ,he City NaUonal
i XlHank of Talro, at Cairo, In the state el Illinois at
closed! Dusiness Uctober 3d, I67A
ROUKCES.
ln ? discounts
.1
1 uverdraltt ...
3,1 fO li ,
if) j
" bonds to secure circuit
. tion .
Hon
U. S. bond, cn hand..
Other stocks, bonds and ri ort-
Kies .
3,000 79
t"e from redeeming and re-
serve iCenu IIMM U
''uc f"m national banVs . 31,137 'ii
Uue from sutebanVs and banV.
ers .. 21, Ka 01 1&7.3W5 s I
Hanking house (ri
1 Oiher real estate W.UjO V) Zr V: '
5ru70! 1 "n" W
iticspaia, ,
l.jl'J,
Cash Items, Including sumps.. 1, 577 71!
Hills of rutionai Lai.ls .. ,7'l W
Fractional curiency, includln;
niclels Ir. tti
Specie, coin U,U 01
Legal lender notes 'Ji) ij
601.I7J VJ
i C.P.u. stock .JZl,
LIABILtTILS.
WtUft ri
i ?.UKlu ,und
i,io m
j lne"li?Z.::Z3.Z::r imV:.'
' an'SlalSin Sl,W i5
1 Individual deposits aiv
)$, !
,l'ii in
' Individual deposits
i Uut 10 ,ute l'al1 aml linV"t-
7,011 1,7
I State of Illinois, county of Alexander, is.
ui.ura vi
I, A II. balfurd, cashier of the City National Hank
of Cairo, do solrinnly swear thit the above statement I
I is true to tne Mst oi niv know edire anu Le e .
. A. ll. SAH'OKIl, Cashier.
1 ,1s,u,r,1V!l:'nd ,w"ra t0 uh" ' IUlh
! ' U'' ' ' II. II. CANDKB, Notary I'ulUc. 1
Correct-Attest : '
H 11. CUNNINGHAM.")
11. HII.I.IA.MSUN
JN, V Directors.
J i
II. I. 1IA1.1.I1MY,
LIME I CEMENT I
jamesTross,
csALta it.
OA.VK GIRARDEAU AND ILLIAO..
CoDimoroial-av., Foot of Elovonth-st.
Bost quality of Limo and Comont al
ways on hand, and for salo at tho
vory lcvost fl(jures for cash.
?UUU I WOOD I I WUUD I I
The underlined will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Ass Cheap, if Hot C'uenper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Lcavo ordor
""A"" ,t the PoKtollice and at ltoa
Ton.V .Vi.n Comiiierclal avenue, between
Jlv Jna,wii.twelnh Htrect Calro- imolii' 1
up?fcaircUtt,,Ur0 wU1:ori1 tl10 wootl
a10-tf ' DKNN18 HALEY.
LAWVKKS.
Our Homo Advortiaors.
XMMMMIOI( AND roRWABBinn.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
ME H VII A NTH.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Akdi of
SIII0 RIVER AXb KANAWHA
SALT COMPAlTIEa.
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo. Illinois.
JOHN B. PIILLIS & SOxN,
(Successors to John B. Chillis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AND
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
A.M
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
! Cor. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVE
CAIRO, ILL.".
WOOD WTTENHOUSE it IIRO.,
FLOUR
General Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLEIl k PAHKEH,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AXK
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Ontci TTnv ntn
AGENTS rou FAIRRANK'S SCALES
Ublo I.eee, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hacceasors to E. B. IJendrlcs A Co.)
ForWArdm" ailfl CfJITimiasion
o
MERCHANTS,
ao
WHARF-IJ0AT PROPRIETORS.
ftS Liberal AdTancemcnta made 2y
VSb uiiou Confinement, JSi
Are rrenarpd to r:ei, ttor and forward
freMhta to all pomta and buy and
tell on comtniaston,
"Hiiainfc" J attended to promptly;
ST.UATTON & BIRD,
(Hucceasora toStratlon, Hudson & Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
aho
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
rn T Til; !..
Iff UIUU AJIVKIS. t.lliril. llllllfllHI
- '
C .UIIL
Z. I'. MATHUSS.. Y.
MATUUSS & UIIL,
AMI UEWCItAI.
Commissi on 3M k it c hants
I
liEALKKS iN
I AY ANI) WESTERN l'KODUOE
NO. ws OHIO i.rvr.K.
0. CLOSE,
; GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
Ann
Ckuent, Plastkr Pakib,
AND
PLASTEllKR'S IIAIlt,
NO. "1 OHIO I.KVK1C, UNDKlt CITV NATION
AL HANK.
(EuTFor tho purpoho of liulldln up n
I wholesale trade in Cairo, I will hell to ileal
its ami contractor! in lots of 00 barrels and
ipwurd, ut manufacturiiii; prices, adding
Cairo. August 13, 1872.
WAGk.i MANUFACTORY.
For Salo at Wholosalo o Retail
OORNEIt U2D-STnET AND OHIO LEV Els
Cairo, Illinois.
nriTlItl p. (1AMIII.K
Foreign Advertisements.
IRON WOHHN.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
nollEKTWOOt). TIIOd.8. HOOT '
RORERT AVOOD & CO.
l.nn Uldgo Atenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- -FLOATINII HWANB
VASES -FltOOS-
STATUART WATEK 1.11,1 Ef
DUCKS -TUUTIiES, Ae.-
Korllfcorallng Fountains.
VEHANIUIIS.SUMMEU IIOtmES",
UUOBS, CHAIlt-M, HETTEKH, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WKUtlOllT-IKON Ittll.INO lor
Front of Iloucc and Cemeteries. eTe lfore
lncrASTCANI) WltOUOMT-IRON BAIMNHS for
Public llulldlnna and Houarra, Cmcliry Ix)l,
and (lardeu Feneca, llalconlea, Hoof Crill3K,
ate, in nrrat Tatutjr or lUHcrnn.
lit(N 8TAIHH. Hplrnl ftn.l dtr!tfhl, ol rrlnilfl
i allerna and al;lea
ttpecifti aui'nuou RiTen inn
Caa oi uotk
I.i
Hot
LAMP PtWTH, for Front- of PuMIc llnlldln. '
otelt. and City Strcela, ol Plain and Elaborate ,
''srAHLEFITTINOS.ofCaat.ndWrou.ht.I.on
ol Nfw ImprotiMl Sljloa. such M Har Ha;V.,
Stall Itlslon.. Manncra, Hatnesa llracketa, Oui-
ter. TrapK. Wntllaiora. Ac.
WIRE WORK or mery ileaeription. inr
Saiiarea ad Of ntlpiiien'a Counlrr tfert". of (it ,
TulilnKorWrouKht-Irpn, both alr-Kle nd oouMe.
,l'l,,,,S'P,,Cv?ll'i'.Vi',vl a '
imi.NKI.SO FOUNTAINH, lor a-Teet u". A
tery lar asaorttnent of dalifn eiprF1r for
thi purpoae.
CAfiT-lKONUIUNAI. HOXES for public parka
ml cltT streets. ,
OVAL AHES, litatt itTleih eentenntal pattern,
tut uiiino rosTs, jocmj, ioonr, w
plain denann,
4 oeodbm.
LIJIU JJ I.V.1L X J J.f J
So Prraon ran lab, (tiear Itinera accord.
lag to dlrectloaj. and remain lone unwell, provided
taclr bones arc not detrorel by mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs wasted beyond tho
point oi repair.
Dy.prptla or IinllRf.t Inn. Headache, Pain
In the shoulder. CoqkM. Tlghtnem of the Chwt,
IiUilneM. hour Krucutlona of the htotnach, lint
Timo In the Month, Ililloui Attacka, Palpitation ol
the Heart, innammsuon or the t.uur. rain in me
reirlon of the Kldntya. and a hundred other palntnl
ymptom, are the on sprtnei of Dysp,!"!. one
Dome wm prove a tx-urr cnantaiee or ita menu
than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaints, In yOuntr or Old,
married or alnsle. at the dawn ol womanhood, or
the tarn of life, theae Tonic Hitters display so
decided an InSuence that Improvement li eoon
pcrcepuoie.
For Itiftmnmalory ssml Chronic Ithrtf
iiatl.m and Gout, llitloua. Ilcmlttcnt and lnir
mlttent Kevera, IHseaatu of the llloot, Uter, Kid.
neja and Illaildcr, these Hitters have no equal.
HucU Dueaae are caal by Vitiated Illool.
They are ntrriillr Purcallvr at well at
a Tonlr, powwlnz the merit of action as a
rowerrai aeent , in renevin? ronfiestion or mnarn.
iqaiiuu ui me Laser auu ierat irKau. tau in
illtlous Iilaeawa.
I'nr Mtln Illaenaea, Kmptlons. Tetter, Suit
Rheam, Illotches, f-pot-, Iimplei. I'ustulea, Ilolla,
Carbunclti, Iltng-worms. tcald-IIead. Sore Eyes,
Kryslelajs, Itch, Scarfs. I)lcoloratton of the rkln.
Humors and Diteajxm of the rikln of wbstever name
or Datare, arc literally da? up and carried out
of the system tn a short tone by the ve of thee
Bitter.
(Irate fill Tliniiaantla proclaim VIXZ0AR HIT'
tem the mot wonderful lavlgorant that ever,
tojiUlned the stnltlnn avstem. '
It. II. .VIcDO.NAI.D at CO.
VrngTlttA and (Jen. Air han Fruncl-o, Cal, k
tor. of Waahtnmou ami Charlton u., N.V.
bOLU BY ALL URl'OUIhTS A UlULERS.
'X'lXTI ORBAT
Household Remedy!
1
As an Invlzorator, LlTer Corrector
nml Illorxl Renovator Is supsrlor to all th
Itlttcra, r.llxlra, Cordlnla and (Saran
Iinrlllna In ns. It Is so adaptsd to tha who!,
ijiten that every organ and function In lbs body Is
brought nndcr Its exhilarating Inflnsnea, It sdves .
tunc und atrf-ngtli to the dljreatlve np
Iinrrstna, dispell Insssrnor and debility, I
luvlsorntcB lho Liver, rfifnlatea the
Klilnojra nnil nowcla, removes tba effect of '
excess or overtaxation of anj kind and gives vl- I
tnlltyitnU rlchneaalo the blood. '
Us curative rowers alter and comrlstslT reorgan. I
he the antlra mats cf fluids and even tbe solids of
. Ilia huiran intern. Ih.r.LT nra.entlnir and eurlnc
' IMHIM'nllp nnil Cunsnmntlva Hvtnn.
- . ' r -
in Plain or Ornamental Pattfrnf, for Htoro lioJra Fivo Prires C00J OREhltHAOKH
or Wln'lowa, Kartorjr and Warehouse WIn'levs. Ton Prl.es 100 ' I
Kaillnia for OIBcea, llanka, Counter ltilinK, .. .,,..., . D ...
llalconlra, Lawn tod Farm Fence, Ac.. A. . , " If nm!I J arrlajruH and .Matceli 1 Horses
niTlM fnr .nlrt.r.. In (Vlnel.rlp Puhl1'' Willi 1 1 VI' T-il Oil II t f( 1 HarilUHS. WUrtll 81..VKI
j tomi, l'rvi-r inirt Atrue, Blllona Dlaras. dura lor ticket or applications fur circular
vs. of nil Ulnda.Nervotia Debit. , -hoilld ho acldrj;.eil U .,.,.-,,...,.
, it, Afr.ctlona of the Htoinisrh and, , , ('())' f'VT.'.s Vi I 11 I ltV.t.:
stntr.i. .... A..iM.a.i rf.ii.i .f.,i r-.i,. IAkpiiI, Iseiitiicky I'titjlti! Llhrurj , rnbtiQ
' , , ' u , A' m ld ' '"K'1 fttl IaTl0' 1 l.llirary lliilldlng. I.rntl-vlllc. Ky.
I Ilr Its ose new life and vigor l given to both bodr
I and mind, sending a glow of vitality tbrongb svsrj
i (art, which Is permanent and laatlnf.
Ills thn most cff.ctual rsraedj for tha relief ol
hutnuu suffering ever discovered, and as pleasant to
ti.u taite as old tf or fine wine.
x WE CHALLENGE
X fS X THE X
WORLD
X
& X
x';
To produce a mora delicious medicine to talis, jet so
latent fur tlie iirerentlon and curs of dl.raiM aa
5t. Er.r27'3 wcels-3 zivk Auo blccs rsainia.
Price 81, or O Jlolllet for 1)5.
I'reparsd ty Ilia Orafton Medlclns Co.,ST, LOUIS,
Mo. Sold 1 Dnitglsts and dsalsrs In msdlciaas
terywlisra,
Vmvi lir. Ilrtiry M'orld'is Tosslo und
Blood Purifier.'
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
take, yet potant for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
liuolmorBareaiiarllla, Sold by Druggists
Itr. Henry' Root iiitil Plant PUN.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping en
Inly vegetable great liver remedy. Irlce 25
scnts . Sold by Druggists .
Mm. Wliilcosasb'si Nyrap.
Ttie great soothing remedy, I'rico on'.y S3
seats. Give rest to tho mother and hcultb to
tbe child Sold by Druggists .
MnrrlitKii Oitlde.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and Uty 1'agen,
PitcoWccnts, Addreag Dn. Bom' DlsrsTN
Iabt, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Ma
i e Advertisement.
NPKt'iAi, "woti:i:h, "
RATOIIELOJfS 1IAIH J)YE.
This superb hair ilyo li the bent In tho
world pcrloctly linnnleM, reliahlo and In
NtHiititiieou&. .Nodlbappolntnimit. Thn Ken
lllliu Vf . A. Ilatehclor'n Hair Dye piodnees
Immediately a natural black or brown. Does
not stain thu Kkin but leaven tho hair cleans
bolt and beautiful. Tho only mfo and per
frpt linlr.lv.-. Sold liv all 1ritf rirl s-tw. f'ae-
Foreign Advertisements.
oirr t'.NrEKPaistB.
2JNTERP,
, Principal Offioo 10-t Fifth St., Oiu., O
i TUE ONLY RELIABLE OlFT DI8TBII1U-
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN V ALU A RLE GIFTS
To bo dlstrllmtod in
Xj . 33. B I 3ST 33'S
.101 li Sotnl'Annual
avawaj
To l drawn Mondar. Noremtiei 7th. ISM.
. OIUIIU UAPITAt OF
S10.000 IN GOLD.
Vj,... M ,v uT, vrul
ONE PllIZK i,000 IN SILVER I
oaclil
Xwo l!ore and ItUKelei with Slltcr-Mount-
fd llanieai, worth itW each I
Klnn-toiuMl itnacwnoil Planoa worth
'" r ine-tonni iioacuoou 1 lanos, worm
c""i caciu
M.v Family fcwlnt: Machines, - - worth
$100 each!
j) (j,l nm viHvcr l.cver Hunting
iiteln -, worth from 8i0 to i.'HiO each.
Ladle' Gnlil I.eontlne Chains, OentVOoltl
'ot CIihIdk, Jiilld nnJ Doulilcd-I'lateit
Slltt'j Tolili' ami 'I'enfjyooii-, Photograph
Allniiii", .lewerlv. Ao., Ac, Ac.
Wholo iiumher (Ilflu, lu.ww. Tickets I.linl
led lnM.llici:
A(iKNTS WANTED 'I'd HKI.D TICKCTf.
To whom l.llu'rnl l'ri inliiiii" will Ix; pal,
Mnnle Ttckcta iix x Tlektta 10; Twelv
'I lcket iM; Twmity.ilvu Tlckcui
vu
Clrtulara conlatninif a full Hit of trli. ad.
citptlon of thr manner ol dranlnK, and otl.rr
Intjrmation In rrfrrrnco to tlit distribution, lll
li ant to anj oni ordf rtnj thrm. All Irttcra
mint IO a.ldrrasi-d to L. ). SINK, Box, M,
l orr.n, Cincinnati, (.
lniWf.tSlhM nor.AdlT
5300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTKHV.
Leoalizku nr Statk Autiiokity a.nu
Drawn is 1'uiilic i.v St. Louis.
Grand i3intlo iunber Scheme.
60,000 NUMllKIW.
OLA!!i K, to he Drawn Oct. 31, 1872.
6,bS0 rrl)!'. A tnoutitlnc to f 300,000.
i rnteof .ri,'
Si I'rlis of.M. lai
i or i.i imi
1 " if....... lO.til
l " .f 7,Wi
llf . ,.
4 Hi . e fj
SI " Of l,'"l
VI " of. f
ti) " Of.... Vfl
Tickets $10; Half
v or. i,n
" of un
' of.....
(' ' of..... ll
S". " of...... ipi
3rt " of ., Mi
Wi " of .. lui
M " nf....M 111
Tickets, Ji; Quarter
Tickets, 2 uO.
Onr lotteries am chartered by the Hate, am
alwaj drawn at the tune named, nl all draw
Inna are under the supervision uf eworn eotn-tni-.lor.er.
The oflieial drawlnc will !- rnUIhed In the
t. Ioni- pat erp ami a ropy sent to purchaaerv
oftt kct..
We will draw a.iiitllar cliem the last day of
eieiy month dtinnn I lie tear UTi.
licinttni our lieK iiy irtriute miner nr.irr,
glstered letter, diali or expren. eenJ for cir-
, cu;it, a.i,!,,,,, muukaV, MII.I.F.h a CAi.
P. O. Ixjx 'iltQ.
ft. Louis, Mo.
S-lM.wlT
TIIK KK.NT1TKV
LI BRAKY GJKT CONCERT.
GIFT .MONEY ALL UP.
i.vo.fifs) IN I1ANICTM 1'A V A I.I. GIFTS.
'
A J ill Dhawi.mi in Hour.
$100,000 FOl'. ONLY iiv.
At the Second (iraml lilft Concrrt author
l.cil liv -lecial art of thu lv irUlalun-. In aid
of tile I'titiHe Library of Keutticky, unavoiil
ably po.';iotiuil from -eitrinber ' to llf
ri'tnberT, inn! which iio.ltlvH' ami mi((iilv
ocallv orcttrn In l.iiillllf, hy. Iiecoinber
T, ln.J. without further delay on uti account
whati'trr. tlit- fiillowlns rah ullla are for
ill-tribtiliou by lot ainoiiir ticket holders;
ONE GRAND f'.IFT. CASH. ... i?l.fw
one liitAND (iirr
tljihCft iV" Caht;ift .V"ieeh
I Caihdift . . . .") U(ih(,ifli l.o.iucli
ICathOift .... IV" " CishUifts '.'"lea 't
tCshOif l"'"i Sllatht.ifts wieach
1 l.ash (.III .. . "J."" ' ' ash t.ifu Ti)c-li
1 Cash t.ifi ...... ,'' tasht.ifis iieai i
1 Cash (nft 7," ( ISd.hliifis '.leach
It ash (.ift .. ,' V) tashliifls. tKleach
1 C-ih (.ill ........ 5.'"") ( ( aihl.ifis S Ueach
I (.aih (,ifl 4,'' Cashl.ifls '."ll'li
I ljh tuft 3," Hi tashCifu HOeatli
TOTAL, 1,XX) Gin.-, ALL CASH..$.Vs).00U
Tho money ncri-.ary to pay in lull all II e
ollured irir h l now upon ilcpolt in l.m
Kunnera' anil Droter Hank, ui will be -ecu
by the folldwlnir rcrtlllcati) of thr ra.hlcr:
KAItMF.lt'. ami IHtoVKn-' IJank, )
I.oUIsvillk, Ky.ept. "i, f"i. j
Thin I- to rertlly that iwrii i now on slc-po-lt
In tliN hunk over a lialf n mllllun o!
ilollara to tln oreill iI the Gift Con -trt
Fund, c.VNJ.lK") 'if which Is held by thla Irtllk
aa Tn-!iii.cr of the l'libllc Library of Ken
tucky to pay oir nil ft to be nwurileil at the
drawiui;.
It. S. VEAfH, Cachler.
1'ItICK. OF 1 ICKKTS.
Whole ticket)'. 10; halve", f.'i; iiiiarter-.
c'i.W); 11 whole tlcki'tforfl(K);Wfor S-.'i'i;
M for 8.VKJ; ll.'l for fl,(Xlj 'Ji" Tor iV,m; fti.'i
lor fr.'j No llicotint on let's lli.in
worth orticketH at n time.
The drawing' will noitlvclr and uiicinitv
octillv Liiko tilut'o December 7. AkciiIn iiro
neremiilorilly required to clo'o alen and
.....i... ninm. I i....iiil,i,r 'J.'. In unlpr In i-Ivii
make return Dot-umber 'i", In i
I ".ny .'v. ....... . , ... ... n. . -
' uimili; tinm lor tilt; lllinl arralliremcllti. Or-
CLKAR A.N I)
HARMLESS AS WATER,
3r A.TT-rVisr'a
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation in ono bot
tle, an i-ai-ily applied in water, for refctorinK
to ftrny hair 11m natural color and youthful
appearance, to i-radii-ato and prevent .land
rail', to promote, tho growth ot thu hair und
Mop Its lullln;,' mil. It in entirely Imrmles.nnd
perfectly Irei) Irom any polnouotu Milmtnnco
ami will, ther.iforu, taku thu place of all tint
dirty ami unpleasant preparation!! now In
UM-. Ntimi-roiiH tustimoniaK have been sent
Hi from many of our most prominent citi
zens. In sv t;ryt lilnu In which thu articled
now In um nr.) objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVKRY, Is perfect. It U wamntti'il
ly contain neither Mlu'ar of Lead .Sulphur or
Nltrato of Silver, II docs not toil tltti clothes
or scalp, Is agreeably pt-rfitmcil, and litukca
(inoofiliii hi-ft (Irci-klugx for tho Hair In iim.
It re-tort-H thu coloi- of thu Hair "moro per
fect and uniformly than anv other prepara
tion," and iilwayn ilm-K hi 'in from three to
tun ilavti. virtually li-edliijr thu toots with thu
iKiiitltlilnL' .itallllcs ticcoMiry to Its lthwIIi
and Iteallhy couilltliin ; It rci-tors tho de
cayed and imltievs now growth of thu
Hair moro pu-ltlvelv than anything elM.
Thu apiillcatlon of this Womlcrfltl .Hhcov
cry al-o priiiliu-iiH a ilcaaltt ami cooling
c Meet on thu i-i'alp and kIvl-s thu Jlulr it
pIcti-hiK and uleiraut aipcarancc.
Call at vour ilnifririat for It ami takn no
other. It I io has not got It hit him order it
Price, ?1 per bottle.
AKTI1UK NATTAN8
Inventor and Proprietor. WiihhliiKtnn D.O.,
.IUIINSTON, HOI.I.OWAY .t 0O
(Icncial AgentH. Phlladulihlav
JNO. V. IIKNUY imtlF.CAVKM.SACO.,
Now York, and to bo had ol AVholesalo
dnitfuli-tH. uvurywlioru. u-2inf
E V E D V
wnicnis'x'iiB uesi machuvei
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"!
DOMESTIC"
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