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THE CAIRO' DAtLY BULLtiTIfr WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1872.
H.OBEIU.Y, Alitor and rublUher.
TMUH OFTIIK DAIbV DWtLETW
Oh wee. tjr carrier 'I,!, . rice" ." . 10 w
oh yew by carrier, In n ance . . 7;
6m Month. Iy
"THE DOLI-All WEEKLY BULLETIN
SrfJi' of I Lh" WKKKI.Y CAino ntJI.LCTlN
M0fJ cUollar pVr annum, making it the
of Now Tork;
ron vice r.
B. GRATZ BROWN,
ron ATTonsr.Y gfnebal,
JOUK B. EUSTACE.
.OR CLERK SUI'MUIT. COUnT-NORTItr.nN
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BKOWN.
rO CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
rOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH! DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q
HARMAN a a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We are authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM ai a candidate for Circuit Clerk of Al
exander county, at the ensuing election In
TOR COUNTY ATTOKNKY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuinj November election.
We are authorized to announce 1. H.
Pope a a candidate for County Attorney at
the enmlng November eleetlon.
We are authorized to announce TETER
SAUP as a candidate for Sheriff at the endu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRV1N at a candidate for reflection
totheoficc of Sheriff ot Alexaudcr county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
McEWEN at a candidate for Sheriff, at the
entnlnv Voveirabe r election.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. OOSSMAN as a candidate for rc-clcctlou
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
Rooms ov Liberal Executive Com
Springfield, III., August, ir, ISTi. j
John H. Oberly, Esq.:
The following appointment have beeu
made lor Gov. Kccnicr, by the Liberal Kxco
utlvc committee :
Cairo, Wednesday, August 2Sth, at night ;
juounu uur, inursuav. August isnu, uay
Metropolis. Friday, Atigut 30tb, daytime;
uoiconua,saiuruav, auctjm.hu, ust urnc;
Du Ouoln. ThurHlar. September ftth. at
Centralia, FridaySejitember Cth,(Iavtline;
Cariyle, Saturday, September "th, daytime;
o. M. Hatch. w.
LITT ELL'S LIVING AGE.
The weekly timet of this periodical for
the 17th and 21th Inst., contain ths follow-
ing valuable and Initructlng article!, viz:
A Century of Great 1'oeti, from 1760,
downward; No. VII, Lord Byron,
'Blackwood' Magazine'; Vrae-Itlamitlc
Brigand, by W. Gilford Palgrave, 'Mac
zniUIan' Magazine' ; Norman Macleod,
Contemporary Review ' ; A Norwegian
Drama, ' Spectator ' ; Americanism, ' Pall
Mall Gazette'; The Radical Question In
Ethic, by Alex. Taylor Innos, ' Contem
porary Review 1 ; Wit and Humor, ' Brit-
iih Quarterly Review ' ; Rome and. Italy
' Pall Mall Gazette'; The Democratic Re
vival In France, ' Examiner '; with In
tallmcnU of " Off the Skelllgi," by Jonn
Ingelow; Cbrittlna North, by E. M
Archer; the concluiion of "Tho Maid of
'Sker,"ctc., etc. Tho lulicription prico
i8a year, or for $10 any ono of tho
American 51 periodical! W lent with 'The
Living Age 'for a year. Littell a. Gat,
THE MEETING TO-NIGHT.
Our citizen will nave an opportunity
to-night of listening to three of tho can
did ate i on tho Llboral State ticket Hon
G. Kcerner, candidate for Governor, lion
John Cbarlo Black, candidate for Lieu
tenant Governor ; and Hon. Edward Rum
mel, candidate for Secretary of State
Wo have no doubt every voter who can
will avail himielf of this opportunity to
hear these men give a reason for the faith
which ii in them.
Mr. Kcerner I a skillful debater, an
will no doubt handle hit subject in a mat
terly manner. Hi bearing It in striking
contrut with that of Mr, Ogletby, being
that of st courtoout gentleman, Ogletby,
in hit drunken fury, rage like a torm,and
it all aoundand fury ilgnlfying nothing,
while Kcerner debalet with dignity and
savor lot light of the proprietle of gen
ttftMBly conduct. Oglesby ipllt the ear
ot tt groundling and drive them juto
hit tupport by hurling at their dull mind
great wordt and meanlngleti tontencM,
but Kcerner parK company with thote
he cannot convince by argument, and
never allow passion to Influence hti Judg
mont. He hat boon for year a republi
can, and hat a right to tho oar of hi for
mer political friond.
Gen Black I an orator of cowldcrable
reputation, and will not fall to command
tho attention of a Llboral Cairo audlcnco.
Ho I thoroughly poitcd on tho political
history of tho country, and In tho Issue of
the day It "at home." no handles in de
bate a trenchant blndo, with diamonds
in lit hilt. It sparkles tho brightest
when the hand that use it it
striking tho kardett blow. Gen.
Black distinguished himself in tho
war of tho rebellion. Ho went Into tho
conflict carrying a knapsack on his
shouldorc, and came out of It with a tUr
on each. Ho ha acted all bis life with
the Democratic party, but was of tho first
who fell into tho Liberal rtnki, and to
day it ono of tho most effective defendert
of the cause, a defender whoso tactic aro
aggressive, and who, that tho victory
may be complete, is always
assaulting with continual success the strong
holdt of tho enemy.
Mr. Rummel ia the present Secretary of
State. Ho wa elected by the Republi
can four years ago, and it now receiving
their most persistent assault. He is no
orator as Brutus is, but his "talks" aro as
full of matter at an egg of meat. Ho it a
competent and courteous public officer
and one of tho Republican who were
pioneers, in the Liberal movement.
Turn out, everybody ; let ut give these
Liberal champions a rousing meeting.
THE DAINTY REFORMERS.
The words, "native country, ' says Gen.
Cluscret in an article, in Fraser t Mag
azine, on "My Connection With Fenian
' ism," is nothing but the theory pf brigand
age addressed to the Lc.irts of men, in
order that governments may be enabled
with more ease to use up peoplo for their
This sentiment it the oppesite of that
expressed in the sentence: "My country,
'may the alway bo right; but, right or
'wrong, my country," and it much more
in consonance with common tense.
Our country," In the popular &c
ceptation of tho term, refert to that ter
ritory In which we were born over
which one government extendi its tway.
In thit tente "our country," hallowed by
tho experiences of childhood and later
memoriet of homo and friendships, mutt "'" anu corruption tiny designated
bo sacred while there is a good V tbo title of Grantism. Who could do-
impulse In tno heart of wan; but ife a better candidate than this a candi
"our country" about which the politicians in moro tr,klnS contrast with Clem-
t. - t. .1. t tt ,1..
tocliblv talk it the trovernment: andt.v e"" wuo wn.sper w mo serais mat
tho ute of thit cry the Sultan and the
Czar, and the Emperors and tho KiniM of
the earth are enabled to keep their heel, on WnS' '' ' tnltb-the l0l of Munn' who '
the ncckt of the people. m turn lhQ 1001 r Logan 7 all ha.
"Our country, if tho it right, and to bo wrcoot cnaracter. lie is fin ntiirmative
'made right if she it wrong,'' is the motto man, not Influenced by evory puff of tho
ol Schurz and 'of all Intelligent patriots. PH- freeze ; and, if he doet listen to
Unjust criticism on tho side of popular advice. Met that of wiser men than him-
rights it not dangerous to popular liberty, "If In politics. On tho other hand, Clem-
while fulsome praiso of even a good man ent " a wcsk vessel; and, though honest
may ke. We therefore lympathize with all nj the world oe!' ",0!sel,M 1Ut, Rlllily of
movements tho object of which it to make n klnd' and ln ConBr wou'd oant
our country" better-to root up out 0f tonoUilne- 'ibo district migbt as well bo
tho government the rank weeds of corrup- rePr"a "y "iock oi marDio-oener
tlon ; and, as this is tho object of tho Lib- became it would be of somo value. He
eral movement, it has our tympathy. wou'd ,ink out of "Ight.-go t the bot-
We aro told by cortaln men that the lorn, and lie there unditturhed, unless ho
manner of advancing towardt reform it so should become corrupt and bo lifted to the
ibjectionable to them they prefer to re- urfaco by his own rcttonnccs.
main In the midst of tho ovilt now afllict-
ing ut, to going torward by an objectiona
ble road in objectionublo company; but
this sentiment it that of men too dnlnty
for the stern work of reformation. The
great toldler gain his victory backed by a
motley crowd, but ho comes out of tho bnt
tle with honors. No one would daro tell
him hit work would havo been better
"WALLAS AK. G.C."
Under thit heading, tho Sparta 'Plain
dealer an ablo Radical papei', replying to
tho Cairo "Garotte,1 reiterate it charg
that Hon. O. W. Wall, tho IXmwraU?
candidate for Congressman ln this district
was a member of the war-timo organ!
tlon known at tho Knights of tho GoUftv
Wo have no personal knowledge of tho
truth or falsity-of this charge, but "have
tho asturanco of Mr Wall' Intimate
friend of tho Rentlcmon who were tho
most activo of those who urged bl nomi
nationHint thero Is no truth, whatever in
thit charge that Mr. Wall novor wat a
member ol tho organisation that ho at
no time, sympathized with tho attempt of
tho Southorn Secessionist to dissolvo tho
But if wo admit all that I urged against
our candidate that ho did not sympa
thise with tho Union arms, that ho was
a membor of the knight of tho Golden
Circle, what enn tho Radicals gain by tho
admission? They had a Pretidcnt of
their national convention a man who com
manded a regiment in tho Confedorato
army, and they aro now applauding
rebels like Henry A. Wise and
Mosby. Wo aro told tbeso men aro not
now what they once were that they havo
changed their politics, and that therefore
their past sins should bo forgiven. Now,
although wo accept the denial made by
Mr. Wall' frlesds, of tho charges urged
against him, ani know as substantiating
ovidence that he expended liberally of hit
means in the work of raiting voluntcert
for tho Union army and wat a denouncer
of Logan when that gentleman wat ro
cruiting for tho rebel service, wo would
like to know why, even if Wall did at one
time Indiscreetly tin politically, he cannot
be forgiven. Ho was a very young man
at the commencement of the late war;
and, having listened to Logan too incre
dulously, it is a wonder he did not drift
into anti-war tentimentt. But at thit time
he stands squarely up to the advanced
lino of Liberalism has followed The
Bulletin, not reluctantly at tome Demo
crats have, into the field of progress, and
is ready to wago relentless war against
all men who may dare to seek
to disturb any of the results estab
lished by tho sword of the North. Ho
stands to-day an advocate of all the
amendments to their constitution, and a
bitter foe of the Bourbon ism of straight
out Democracy, of; tho tbiovishncss of
Radicalism and of that .sum of political
lhU H hud an abla and eloonenl
addrw tn whUh ho handled the corrupt
a.inuntHratfen t Urant without glovct.
H wwd up In ttrong contratt the
claim tfUractand Greeley for tho tuf-
rr oftka people expoted tho mannor
la xMcli tho pooplo's money had been
qunderd to enrich tho favorltos of tho
prwidenl how appropriation of an Im
mento amount of tho publlo domain had
been mado ostensibly for tho purpoo of
nuiiaing railway declared himielf In
favor of frco W-'o "d If It could not bo"
cstabiisnea, tnon a low tariff for rovonuo
purpote alono. Ho made a stirring
appeal to true patriots to come up to tho
support of Orcoley and Brown. Ho
showed them to bo every way trutt
worthy, in favor of an honctt government,
and an economical oxpondituro of tho
peoplo's money. Hi addrcst had a good
effect and wo greoted with loud domon
tratlon of applauto from hi audience. A
strong Greley and Brown club was
formed at tho clow of Wall's ipeoch,
composed of Judge Hllcman, president,
J i . Blinn and Geo. W . Austin vlce-nre-
dent, W. S. Day, recording lecretary.
Somo thirty or forty of those present
camo forward and joined tho club. Sov
cral of them had been tho ardent support
ers of tho administration until recently.
ino ciuo meet every Satuday night
at tho Town Hall. I havo not tho
least doubt but that Greeley clubs will be
formed In each precinct in the county,
and a large voto will be cast for the peo
ple' candidates, Greeley and Brown. Wo
have strong faith in the final succcts of
our national and state ticket!, and look
with confidence to tho teo the turning out,
in March next, of the worst set of rulers
that ever disgraced a country. So mote
it bs. Obion.
HOW TO GO WEST.
Thit ii an cnauirv which everv one
thould haro truthfully answered beforo ho
start on hit journey, and a littlo care
taken in examination of Routes will in
many cases save much trouble, time and
A ho "I. is. & . lloute, running from
Indianapolis throuch Bloominirton to Bur
lington, ha achieved a splendid reputation
in tho last two yean m tUe leading passen
ger route to tho west. At Burlington it
connocts with, tho great Burlington Route
wbicn runs direct tnrougn southorn lowa
to Nebraska and Kantas, With closo
connections to California and the Terri
tories; aid passengers starting from Cairo
on their way westward, cannot do better
than to take the I. B. & W.and Burlington
This i.ino hat published a pamphlet
called "How to go West ," which contain
much vsluablo information; alargecorrec
map of the Great West, which can bo
oblalnol free of charge by nddrossinu the
Genera, 1'assenger Agent is. x ii. it. It
Burlington, Iowa. 7-12,d&w3m.
! he is with them in sentiment, and to
the Radicals that ho is their man.
NEW GREELEY AND BROWN
CLU B TH1EV KS WALL'S
Anna III., Ailgut 20th, b,i.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
SSix and one-half lbs.
Durant's A Coffee Sugar for
One Dollar ; Seven lbs. iVcw
Orleans Sugar forOne Dollar ;
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
IJfSC. Hanny wishes the
public to bo informed that he
las on hand a Stock of Goods
as extensive as anv in the
Southwest, and that he is de
termined to sell every article
at prices Lower than the Low
est. Call on him to-day and
examine goods and prices. Ho
will satisfy you both as to qual-
ty and cost.
ARAB FIRE COMPANY.
Sik. Since my last, tho weather hat
dono had all hit followors been hit cqualt (at every ono knows) been excessively hot,
in intelligence and boasted of as tine the mercury numbering 103 in the shade,
clothes and at courteoot manners at his. 1,10 camp-meeting of tho Advontists, held
Tho Liberal General Hoadley nn(, for y at Western Saratoga
ill this cuuntv. cloiuifl trwlitiv Mnvuti m.
t-..l 1.1 . 1... ... . I
' iiu iju him vun ol mo army ol I. verts were baptised In Bradthaw Creek
reform In the commencement of tho cam- yctlorday, in the presence of a largo con-
paign, have gone over into the camp of course, present to witness tho aolomn coro
the onemv became tlm n.fnrmnr. mf,,.,' monlot. I ho only dillerence I co be-
.,.., ,. . , . tween this and other tectt of Christianity
to follow tho nnlh lir llinin mnrkml ..nt I. ... j
..... . ttlat of IU(J futuro conJltlon of lll0
10 auopi meir pian oi campaign ; and, bo- firmly Imponltont." The Adventlttt be
caute, too, mon who have come Into the Hove that ouly tho Dead in "Christ thall
rHuks of the roformcn and obtained com- "r',e "l t,J0 Judgement and bo clothed
mand aro not at dufntv thnv-.ln nnt wllU Immortality and everlasting llf.
' U .!.... !..!.. I .
weur tho U, ..W. nf ,ii.i .Y" V 'B'" auron
, -""-'- tiller entered tbo Iioubo of Eso. J. p
"" ' u,cu",ul' 4"y ru uoliannoii, got posesslon of
wicr than General Sherman would havo hit pantaloon and rilled tho
been Lad, he In frost of Atlanta, theathod Pockett of forty-ono dollart,
his Kword and tought torvico in tho Con- 'r,,encoi tl10' proceeded to Dr. Fincbt roil
federate army, taylni:: r m Wnllv donce' l4ud h? cutting off tho lowor por
'ImDreitad with n, ....... . tio11 of t,,u window-thado, reached in and
. ... OI conquer- 8t0le u small amount of money and .
b"'"iun,anuinatitinaybocon. valuable gold watch. They then found
'qucrod Atlanta mutt bo captured-, but, their way to the bouso of Paul Douglas
pardon mo, I had anticipated the honor Hnd thoro P0iotsod thomtolvc in llko
'of leading gentlnnen In this campaign "u"lBr' of 'ljout tn dollar. Mrs. Doug-
and can ee in these ranks only rude la. I",' tUW U'. U,,.Cf Wb,, lh r00,n' but
,i i i . . """"K paraiyzeu uy tear, u un't alarm hor
'borer and rough artisans. It It, there- husband untU ttfe du'st.rdly .SLro!
'foro, in my opinion, bettor to endure tho wat nuking hit exit througU tho window.
onieucracy than to run tho chances of luu aioon or Jack l)alo ut Dongola wu
me retuu or a victory over tho traiton " '"b"1 wrore, by tho
' gained by tuch a motley crow I" , P" , " aoubt a,ld '"M'od of thirty
or 'ortJ' dollart and a lot of ciisart.
Dvh-kmia DKTKOVHTiiKTicKTU.-Un. 'rho campaign it now (airly opened, and
; , r . . ,-vuiracie(j oy mat ureoiey ana urown toc U t runldiu ,i
pure vegetable tonic and antuntin Kn.. . .. .:. .' rul)lay ad
Lont. No bodily dlteasocunimpair them T . .B' ' ' w-,w tho 0ly
uuimiuaiu tui vaiiuimi IJUUOrt 111 till
dlttriot, addressed a good uudienco at th
court houto In Jonetboro, on Saturduy
i.t.i. .MAin . .1, . .1
ii mil uiiuvm iu nu corrosive elements
that act upon tho enamel it regularly an
Our Home Advertisers.
NEW FUJtXITURE STORK.
MONDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 2.
Tho Arab Fire Company will celebrate Itt
Thirteenth Anniversary by a Uramt Hall at
Hchecl'fl Hall Monday nlht, Soptomlier 2d.
The committee will wait upon our citizen
during the present week with ticket, nml
every citizen should buy one, and Unit aid
In the building of the proposed new engine
City Ci.kiik's Offick. I
CAllto, ILL., At'OL'sT'JO, 1872. )
I'ubllc notice U hereby l'henlliat n sneclal
election will bo held on
TDF.tWY, THE24TH DAY OF fir.P'T,A. 1. 1872,
III the city or Cairo. In the tatc or Illinois
for the purpose or electing a
to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death
or.Toeph It. Taylor.
roiiv win ne opened at mo itouirii nnu
Heady engine liou-c, lor the llri-t and ecoiul
wards, and ut the Court Ilolie. for the
third and fourth ward.
Poll" will oncn at 8 o clock a.m.. and w
cloe at 0 o'clock p.m. Uv order ot the City
Council. M. J. HowLky, City Clerk.
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KKNTUCKY,
DAY OF THE DRAWING FIXED.
FHOM SErTEMIIElt Will.
To Tim Ti'iinc:
The Trustee ol the Public 'Library or
Kentucky beliur allttlcd,from the larjre ale
of ticket already made, ami the dally In
creasing demand for them, that there will be
no occasion lor postponing llie econu uraw
lm.'IuthcGIR Concert lu nid of the I'ubllc
Lllirarj- ot Kentucky, liac instructed me. as
their ai;ent and manager or the Gift Concert,
to say to the public uml ticket-holders that
the drawing will positively take place on
September 25th prox., and will not be post
poned. An active demand forllckets comes
from every State and Territory ofthe United
State, and from the Canada, frivlnj; assur
ance to the Trustees that no circumstance
can prevent a drawing at appointed time.
A Mitllclent clerical forco I engaged to
keep up with the order for tlcjcctn, and In
order that Oil ottlee may be relieved of the
immense pre-ure incident to the business for
the week or two Immediately precedlni; the
drawing, airents especially, and tlio-u ilesir
ous or'proctirin' tickets, are requested to
send In their orders immediately, as sale
will have to be closed in time to make the
necessary preparations lor the drawing. It
is the wish of the management to till every
order for a ticket, as well a to sell all the
ticket, but thov? who apply !lrt imi-t llrt
Uil slllillcU , nml U tllli-D In) put Oil' till) Ill);
until ales are vlu-ed have their money re
turned Instead of the ticket ordered, as In
the first (Jlft Concert InDecemberlast, whe-i
thousand of dollar that came too late were
sent back, they will have none to blame but
THOS. E. URAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library Kentucky.
LOUISVILLK, KY., August 19, KJ2,
Henrj'H. Meyer. William ritouer.
EXCELS I Oil !
MEYER k STONER,
llousp, Sign and Stemboat
Decorating In Oil or Water Color : Kalzo
mlnlns and I'.iper Ilajgln; Graining and
ilarbleiiiL- of everj' description; Oilding in
every style, plain and ornamental.
I'artlcul.iriittcutlon tmld to (ilavs (iildliiL'.
Order solicited for Scenery, Fresco and
Ilauner l'alntlni,'. Fancy (ilass, .Show Cards,
Gild, l'laln and ornamental.
Call at the .Shon und examine our work-
Old Picture renewed or copied, Satisfac
ISr'All work entnisted to our caru will be
promptly attended to.
suop in i nomas' oiu statni iiinicr tno
Pern- House, corner Commercial nve. anil
8th ttreet. 7-10 tt.
have opened a .N'ttw Furniture Store on
commercial avenue, opposite Seventh
street, and respectfully culluttcntlou
of the citizens of Culro and sur
rounding country to their
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
Vf r UKMTUUK.
All new, and warranted of the
THE VERY REST MANUFACTURE
They guarantee Mtisfuctlon both In price
ami finality of l-ooiIs.
Eiiruiii on tnem before you make your
IHiicuascs. tvj;, uilll,
Caiko Box and Basket Co.
Manufactnrei'h nf and Dealers In
POPLAR, ASH, CYPRESS
OAK AND WALNUT
Huvlng the solo right In this city to use the
FULTON DRY KILN,
tllO belt l'atClIt Win CXtant. wn nrn nsnn
dally prepared to furnish nt all tlmc, on
iiiu nuuitutJi iiuiilUi
THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMHER
Atteution is called to our stock of
Lumber delivered to any part of the city
Order received ut the otllco of
SAl'FORD, MORRIS & CANDEE,
Mnctnn ?.f...,''. company, comer of iHth
wlu ,,,. uugzoudni.
NKW HARNESS SHOP.
Ha opened a Harness Shop on Wa-hlmjton
venue, oeiweeii lenm anu r.icvenin
Streets for the purpose of MANU
FACTURING all kind of
DOUBLE & SINGLE HARNESS
Halt Kits, Ukidlkh, &c,
Wlilcli he keep on sale or will make to
order. His motto Is : "Good Stock, good
work, and Justice-to all men."
aii kiiuis oi repairing none witn neatness
and dispatch. Give him a trial, you will
llnil he don't propose to "Stand on a home
Host In tho United HUles. Water Coo lure. Toilet
Butts, I X I, Krcners, hltz uail Hporu IIMIiv,
uunen, urais, Coiiunr ami Knomo el Wure. Itrlt-
aula and iilanltlied Ware, JntmnnrU Ware of
overr dfscription, nnil a aKcneml astortmenl of
AinoDKoniers 1 keep thepjitly celebrated
. nMI ii. j
-..llilii . v
Frlnoipal Offico 104 Fifth St., Chi., 0
THE ONLY REMAIiIjE OIFT DISTItmU
TION IN TUE OOUNTIIY I
S50 OOO OO
IN. VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj. X). SINE'S
UTth ItffiUlar Mopthly
To bo drawn Monday, Bsptember 9th, 1872,
O.sk Grand Capital or
5;000 GOLD !
Two l'rlro 11,000 &' (
Two Prize 600 GREENBACKS
Flvo Frizes 100 5- (
One family Carrlaic, and Matched Ilnrsp with
Kllrer.Mounted Harncf , worth $,U).
One Uorseand IlUKRy wllh PHrer-Mounted Har
ness, worth iff
One fine-tons il Hosewood I'lano, worth" JM0.
KIto family sewing machines, worth f tbo each.
7M jold and siler leter hunting witches, worth
from ISO to f Ji 0 tur.h. ljaHm gold lectins chains,
Kal'Rol i test chains, solid and double plated
Hirer table and teKunt iliotogrih albains,
Jewelry, etr., etc.
Whole number of iillis, e.ouu. Tickets limited to
Asnti wanted to sell tickets to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
HCK1" ticket nnn dollar 1 six tickets fltedol.
Isrs! twelte lickets, tea dolbtr; twenly.flfe
Circulars eontainini; a full lilt of i rlic, a dr.
scrition of the manner ot drawing, and other
Information In reference lo the distribution, III
Im sent to any one ordering ihrm. All letter
must be addressed to 1. U. WINK, llnx, SO,
orrire, Cincinnati, O.
lot West Mh t. noT.wiilly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkoamzed iiv Statk AUTllOntTY AND
Drawn in l'mtuc in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
Class II, ro 11 r Drawn Aug. 31, 1872.
G.880 Prizot, Amounting to $300,000.
lit. ...... 10,000
of .. f40
Ut Prltes.r 1 KO
o " of 1,(0
U " of . ft"IO
9 " of .. .Vl
O " of 210
M " of..... Sl
M ' of .. ISO
IW " of 110
MSI " nf... 10
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
HOtlEHT WOOD, TH03. B- llOOT.
H01IERT WOOD A CO.
1,114 rtldje Arcnur, PhlladelphU, Pa.
-FOUNTAINS- FLUAT1NU BWANS
STATU ART -WATER LH.IE3-
-DUCK8- TURTLES, Ac.
For Decorating Fountains.
VERANDAUS, SUMMER HOUSE?,
ItIIOrW; CIIAHV), BETTERS, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WROIIOIIT-IUON RAILING for
Front of lloute and Cemeteries. New before
n,?.Ti1I?.WnOU?L,T-moN RAILIN03 for
Publlo 11 nldlnn and Hpiare, Cemetery Lot,
and (lardeu Fence., lulconlea, Roof Crtttlaga!
etc., in ureal variety of Pattern.
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and airtight, of various
Ju Ff wo"!! " UVVCM "lln"0 ' ""'
LAMP POS'ra, for Frootaof Publlo Iitilldlnis.
Hotels, and City Street, ol Plain end Elaborate'
STABLE FITTINOS.of Caatand WronghHron.
ol New Improred Styles, auch aa Hay Rack.
Stall Division, Manger, Ilarnete Brackets, (iuc
ters, Traps, Venlllators, tie.
WIRE WORK of every deaerlptbn. Wire
(uard of Crimped Wlre.aalranlted 'r Painted,
In l'laln or Ornamental Pattern, for Store Door
or Window, factory and Warehouse Window.
Railing for Umco. Hank, Counter Rallinft,
llalconl'e, Lawn nd Farm Fenee, Ac., Ac. -
HATES for entrance to Cemeterte. Publlf
Squares ad Oentlemen' Country Seats, of (Iss
Ttiblngnr Wrought.lrnn, both single and double
In elaborate and simple designs,
DRINKINO FOUNTAINS, lor street lite. A
very Isrie assortineut of designs expressly for
CAfir-lRON URINAI. IIOXE3, for publlo park
and city street.
UVALVAsies, latest style, centennial pattern,
IIITOIUNtl VOitH, Jockey, Coolie, Samto and
plain designs, tfieod-Cm.
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $S
Tickets, $2 00.
Our lotteries are chartered by the fetate, are
always drawn at the time named, an4 all draw
ings are tinder the supervision of sworn com.
The orudal drawing will be published In the
St. Louis papers and a ropy sent to purchasers
We will draw a similar cheme the tsst day of
every month during the )ear ISTi.
Remit Ht our risk by iotnfflce money finite.
stered letter, ilrafi or express, tfend lor cir
1 . u. box zite,
MURIUV, MILLER A CO.,
nt. iiuis, jio.
WANTK1), A G E N T SI
JIM to 2 W per month, every, here, male ami
female, to introduce the the latest improved,
mot simple and er"vt bllUTTLK SKWI.MJ
MACHINE ever Invented. We clullence the
world tn compete Ith it Price ooly Jl 00, slid
fully warranted for Ave years, making tt.e
Elnstic IXM-lc Klltcli, alike on ts.th stde. The
same a all tho high priced shuttle
machines. Also. the relbrted and
late.t COMMON SE.VE FAMILT hBWINO MA
CHl.Mw Pncs only tit , end fully warranted
Inr rive years. Thesa machines will stitch, hem,
fell, tuck, quilt. cord. Mod, brM and embroider
lii a mo-t superior manner. And are marranted
to do all work that ran be done on any high-priced
mvhlnelnthe world. For circulars and terms
address H. WYNKOOP A CO., 2051 Ridge avenue
P. (). Box. '.'7,2i; Philadelphia, Pa. o-'il. 3mw
An Accnt, male or female. In i-xe.ry town-lilp
tosclltlic only taud.ird book of llie kind
"VOUMA.VAN'S DICTIONARY OK KV-
ERY DAY WANTS,"
containitiK t!U,,'0 ltcreljit In tcrj' depart
ment of liuuiaii flfort. lt0 jiervear ai;il
to i-verv one who lias It. Every body want
It. KVKItY lionv HUYs it a soon a ollrri'il.
f40 per week, stirr. EXTRA TERM.
A(.cnt will ml- it If tliev tin not nddre
Contlm iitul I'liblMiliiK Co., ."s I : t '. Sixth
Street. St. Louis. w-'lin.
PAUL ii. Nt.'IIITII, AK'I-
SIMIL1A SIMILIBUS CURANTUR
If AVE proved, from the most ampin exper
CJ. lence, an entire success! Simple Prompt
Klbclent and Reliable. Thev am the only medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular ue so sim
ple that mistake cannot bo made in lining them;
en harmless ns to ho free from danger, and so
ettlcienta to be always reliable. They have rais
ed the highest commendations from all, and will
ulwaya render satisfaction,
1, Cures KevrsK, congestion, Inflammations.;:
It is useless to mention their superior nualltle
a they speak tor themselves throughout the
I manufacture everything In Tin. Sheet Irnn. and
Conner Warn out ol the vitv heat material. n
have no hesitation in stating that I have a larger
aim mora compiem assortment or good men
tinned than can be found In thecltv.
Altnl.. ,)..)... will Mh.I t In II.aI. ,n
coll and examine before nttrchaalnir elsewhere
Jobbing, house guttering, and all outside work
promptly attondentn. t;. w. HKNDEllSon,
011 net iminerciai nvenue. i;airo, 111.
FOIl LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
KioiiTH St., Ht, Com. & Wash.,
Hit hist oticned u new and etvllsh estab
llahment, fully up to thu time, and Jnvltcs
old customer and new, ladle, children and
au, to ravor Iiiui witn ineir patronage,
tSTAll work done lu the Latest Style,
niirin., nuniiin'oi.-uipii ......v.
CrjrltiKolia or teething ol in(nt...W
Itlrrtifsea. of children and silults...'jt
Ityaeutery. griping, li'llous colic ..V
Choir nt'innrbus, vomiting..,. .V
4'tiolcria. colds, lironchilu .....,v.'
Nciirulicln, loiithae.he, Ucache...W
llsulitlira, sick hutdache. vertigoiS
ITprpaltt' bilious etoniachr. Ji'i
liipirpsel,or rmlnml period
Wlillew. loo nroruse venn i
t rottp, cough, dimcult lireatlung...S
SUttt lUirtiiii, Eryslpelai. Kruption'St
(ttivumntiNin, rheumatit pain
-vernlll AKIIP,chlll leter,aguesM)
I'llPH, blind or bleeding ....Hi
lththlrmy, and soro or weak eye.f.1
Calarrli, acuio or rhroulc, InrluentAf)
WhooplDK-C'oilKli, violent coughs-W
Atttltinn, oppressed breathing M
Knr IHitcliiirKr,im'iiiired beanngMi
Neroraln.enlurged glands, swelling
Urnvrnl Ilehlllli, physical weak-Mi
nea - Ml
Itrotiwy and scanty Secretion V)
NrnMieknsKi.sickness from ridlmWi
Klilupy.DlKraap, Gravel .Mi
NervoiiM ltvlillKy, seminal .-It. i
slons.lnvulunlarv discharge .1 1)0
I'l v;IIo's,m ith one t i vial of powiler
verv DecesHiirv lu serious cases...o All
" Nure .Moiitlt, ranker .'si
:, llrlnnry Wenknt.'HH, netting ted.Ai
:n, ' mliirul I'crlnilM, with spusins,...Ai
J.', 11 ptiillerliiK,ilclii.iiKof iru... 1 tin
'M, r.nllfi.Ny.Siwsms.Sl.Vitus'ilanre,! isi
31, lllltrlH( uluerated sore throat 60
r AMH.Y UAr;).
Of an to no Inrice vlnlit, ninrot'i'ii
or rosewood ciihf, roiitnliilnir 1
aierlllr for very ortlluary ill-
s-HiseM intllliy isoliDjeFl to, Hull
liouliN orsllrectloiiH from tlu to 125
smaller Fatuity and TrnvelluK ''
i'l.iu on viai irom lotjv
Speulflo Inr all lrlvntn MlarasoH,
ImiIIi lor Carina; and tor I'revcu.
live treatmont, 111 vial arm pocsnt
case ., 83 to S OO
Cure burns, llrulse. Lamenesi,, Horenes,fiore
I hroat, Sprains, Toolhnche, Earaehe, Neuralgia,
.iheumatism, Lumbago, Piles, llolls, Htmgs, t-ore
Kve. Illee ting of the Lung, Nose, Stomach, or
of files, Corns, Ulcers, Old Sores,
Price, Co,, M cl. j Pints, II U; Quart, 1 7&
ar these reinodte, except lotid' Extract, by
thecaseor ainglo box, am sent touny part nf thu
country, by mail or express, Iree o( charge, on
receipt of the price.
HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE CO,
Otllce nnd Depot, No. Ki llroadway, New-Tnrk.
FOR SALE IIY P. O. SOIIUII, CAIRO, Ills,
Vlttcnr nittcra are not a rile Fancy Drink,
mad 01 Poor Rum, WnUky, Proof SptrlU tad
Refute Liquor, doctored, apfced, and aweetened
to nleaaethe taste, called "Tonlca," Appetizers,"
"Restorer." Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunk,
ennea and rnln. but aro a true Medicine, made
from the native root and herb of California, free
from all Alcoholic stimulant. They are the Great
Iilood Putlflcrand a Ufe glvlng Principle, a Perfect
Renovator and Invlgorator of the System, carrying
05 all poisonous matter and restoring the blood
to a healthy condition, enrtcaing it, rrrmhlng and
Invigorating both mind and body. They arc eay
of administration, prompt ln tnrlr action, certain
Id thtlr rtaulta, aJe and reUable In all form of
No Person can take th Bitters accord
Ing to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison
or otticr mean, and the vital organ waited beyond
the point of repair.
Dyspepsia nr Indltrsstlon, Headache, Palu
tn the bhouiders. vougiis. Tightness of the Cheat,
Ulizlnc, Sour Eructstlons of the Stomach, Bad
Taste In the Mouth, bilious Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation of the Longs, Pain ln the
region of the Kidney, and a hundred other painful
sytnptom,aretheotnipnngof Uyspepsla. Inthesa
complaints it has no equal, and one botue will
firove a better guarantee of Its merits than a
For Female Complaints, In young or eld,
married or single, at too dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonlo Hitters dtsplsy so de
cided an influence that a marked Improvement I
Fur Inflammatory and Chronic nttaa
tiiatlsiu and (Jout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, llll
lou. Remittent and Intermittent Fevers. Diseases
of the blood. Uvcr, Kidneys and Bladder, these
Bitters hsve been ruott successful. Such Diseases
are caused by Vitiated Iilood. which la generally
produced by derangement or the Digestive Orgsn.
They are a Gentle Purgatlra as wsll as
a Tonic, possessing alto the peculiar merit of act
ing aa a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or
Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral organs and
in bilious Diseases.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Plmpics, Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Uead, Sore Eyas,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scarfs, Discoloration ol the Skin,
Humors and Disease of the Skin, of whatever
name or nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system In a short lime by the use or these
Bitters. One botue ln inch cases win convince th
most Incredulous or thtlr curative effects.
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon
And lu impurities bursting through the ikln In
ltmple. Eruptions, or Sorts ; cleanse It when you
And It obstructed and sluggish In the vein; cleanse
It when It U fool ; your feelings will tell you when.
Keep the blood pure, and the health or the system
Grateful Thousands proclaim Yivrosa BIT
txks the most wonderful tnvlgorant that ever sus
tained the unking system.
Pin, Tape, tutd other Worms, larking In
the system or so many thousands, are effectually
destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished
Physiologist: There Is scarcely an Individual ontbe
face or the earth whose body Is exempt from the
presence of worms. It Is not upon the healthy
elements of the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors snd slimy deposits tbst breed
thcao living monsters of disease. No system ol
medicine, no vermifuges, no antbelmlnlUes, wul
free the system from worms like these bitters.
Meehanlral Diseases. Persons enraxred In
1 Paint and Mineral, such as plumbers. Type-
r' li' i n, uu .HULL, mjt mrr ftUTSQCC
In life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To
guard sgalnal this, take a dose of WsLlkt's Yin
sum Umrns twice a week.
Bilious, Iteuitttrnt, and Internsltteist
Fevers, which are to prevalent In the valleys of
our great river throughout the United States,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumbcrtaud, Arkansas, Red,
Colorado, Brazos, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many
other, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably to during season of unusual beat
and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangement or the stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organs, is ouenUally necessary. There Is
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Da. i. Wali.
t.h'm vixioak BrrrfKS, at they will speedily
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the aame tune stimulating
the secretions or the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Ell, White (swellings.
Clcent, Erysipelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affection. Old Sores. Eruption or the Skin, Sore
Eyes, etc, etc In these as In all other constitu
tional Diseases. Walxeii's Vinioah Hitters hsvs
shown their crrest curative powers In the moat
oosimaie ami iniraciaoio cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bit
ters act on all these cases in a similar manner.
By purifying the Blood they remove the cause, and
by resolving away the effect ot the Inflammation
(tno tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive,
health, and a permanent cure Is effected.
The properties of DR. WaLIXR's VnriOAK
Bitter are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutrition. Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
Irritant, sudorific. Alterative, and Antl-BUlous.
The Anerlent and mild Laxative cro Denies
of Dr. Walker's Vineoar Bitter are the beat
safe-guard In cases of eruptions and malignant
fever. Their baltamlo, healing, and soothing pro
perties protect the humors of the faucet. Their
bcdatlvo properUc allay pain In the nervous sjs-
sviu, Bioiuacu, auu uuwcis, iroui innatnmauon,
wind, colic, cramp, etc.
Their Counter-irritant Influence ex.
tend throughout the system. Their Autl-DUIsu
t m n r. tpa utlmitl'itA Ih Ufa. In th. ...mI I fn nt
bile, and Its discharge through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure
of Illllon Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body against disease by
purifying all Its fluids with vineoar Drrrus. No
epidemic can taxe nom or a system uiusiure-axmeu.
Direction. Take or the Bitten on going to
bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, inch aa beef
steak, mutton chop, venlton, roast beef, and vege
tables, and lake out-door exercise. They aro
composed ot purely vegetable ingredients, and
contain no spirit.
ii. it. Mcdonald a co-
Druggists and acn. Agts., ban Francisco, Cat., A
oor. of Washington and Charlton Sta., N.Y.
BU1.U UX AIM DKbUUlSTS u
b-'Jl (I.VW 111),
Wouru prepared to furnish uniforms to
GRANT CLUBS AND
to any number ordered, for SI 4: it complete
outlltj Cap, Cupe, Torch with Stick, , and
f lag., uciiu oruei's at onco to
HAND & METZKE,
OOMarket St., up stalrt. CUICAQO, ILL.
BATCHELOIt S HAIR DYE.
Till Miiicib hair tlvn I, thu best hi tU
world perfectly ha miles, reliable and lu
htniitaneou. Iso disappointment. The gen
tllno W. A. Hntohclor' Ilnlr Dye produce
immediately n itniiinii iiiiick or urown. jjoc
not stain tho skin but leuve the hair clean,
holt and beautiful. Tho only tafo mid per
fect hair dye. Sold by ull (IrUL'L'Ut. Fac
tory, 10 Uond street, 3(. Y.
Happy relief to young men from the effect
of errors und nbuncsln early life. Manhood
restored. Impediment' to Marrluge re
moved. New mothod of treatment. Ijow
and rcmarkttblo remedies. Hook aud crlcu
lai sent free, In Healed onvolon.
Atlilrcss, 1IOWAKD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., l'hlladolphla, 1-a. an In
stitution huvlng u high reputation for honor
ublo conduct und professional skill.
A victim nf early Indiscretion, ranting rervous
debility, pretnuture uecsy, etc., Having tried in
..In d.i.d nilvrll.r. il r.mnil, h.. .) I n l
simple mesns or self.cure, which will sand
fiee to hi fellow uSerer. J. U, Be , No. Tt
est, Mew Tork,