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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1 872.
THE jtf LLETIN.
iv Pititor and Publisher.
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On wefk.' 4rri,r n advance
One Tf -
jiE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
ohn H. Oberly hu reduced the tub:rlp
n price of the Weekly cxtno Bulletin
.o One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapen ptpcrpublUhed In Southern Illinois.
of Now York ;
FOE TICB TEEMDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR rCnitTAHY OF "ATE.
FOB alditok or rcnuc ACCOUNTS,
ron state TKEAsenr.n.
CHARLES S. LANP1IIEB.
ron attorney ofneral,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOB CLERK SUPREME CO CRT NORTHERN
FOE CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOB CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
B. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIOnTEENTO DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of l'erry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION,
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authoriied to announce .TOIIN Q.
ILVRMAN m a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., a a candidate Tor County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce I'. II.
Pope at a candidate for County Attorney at
he cnsuln: November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ar a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce. HAMIL
TON IRVIN at a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ol Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. UOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject totho declt-
tion of the Democratic Convention
Another riot occurred in Cincinnati
on Monday night, on the occasion of
Greely and Brown parade, by which sev
eral men were injured, some seriously but
not fatally. Accounts aro conflicting as to
how It began, but It is safu to say that the
real cause i the determination on the part
of colored men to put down Greeley and
Brown processions whenever and whore
THE CROPS OF GREAT BRITAIN.
The entiro potato crop of Great Britain
is estimated to bo oqual to 10,000,000
quarteri of wheat. Ai the crop thli year
is reported to bo largely deficient, foreign
broadstuflt will bo noodod to supply tlio
deficiency. The British harvest It re
ported to bo about 20 per cent, under the
average This is tho estimato made by n
writer in 'Tho Chambor of Agriculture
Journal.' Ho estimates tho total ftverngo
production of wboat in England at 12,
483,400 imp. qrtri.; Wales, 473,000;
Scotland, 470,100; Ireland, 840,300; It
lands, 42,400; total, 14,309,600. Tho pro
duction of 1872 is estimated as follows:
England, 10,820,500 quarters; Wales,
373,100 Scotland, 421,600; Ireland, 733,
4u0; Islands, 3C.C00; total, 12,307,100,
making tho total deficiency in yield, 1,
912,400 quarters. To this it added S per
cent, for deficiency in weight, and ten per
cent, in br?adtnaklng power, making tho
wholo crop about 3,800, quarteri, or 'WJ
per cent, under the average. Tho esti
mate requires correction, as no account is
taken of tbo area planted. Tho barley
crop is also short, but the crops of oati,
beans and peas are unusually good.
A POOR ARGUMENT
The New York 'Evening Post,' which
last winter was tireless in its sevorlty on
the shortcomings of Grant's administra
tion, finds fault with the admiration
which Horaco Grooley'i speeches, made
on bis Western tour, excited in overybody
not altogether blinded by political preju-
ice. The forciblo contrast between tho
oratorical power of Grant and Greoley,
by which tbo former it placed in tucb a
ridiculous light before tho country, is, ac
cording to the high-toned judgment of the
Post,' not at all derogatory to Grant's
fitness for the clevatod position he occu
pies. Every man hat not the gift of
peech, tayt the 1 Post.' Of courto not,
and for tbit reason, tbero it no nccettity
fur Gen. Grant to mnko a target of him
self for tho ridicule of the whole country.
But, though Grant can't mako a speech,
tayt tho 1 Post,' bo faced tbo bullets of an
army, &c. If Grant's inability to mako a
pooch is no reason why ho it not fit to be
president, neither it tho fact
of his having " faced tbo ..bul
lets of an army " a good reason why ho
is fit to bo president. The bruto courage
which enables a man to faco tbo bullets
fan army without flinching, has helped
many a desperado and scoundrel to go
through the ceremony of hanging with
distinguished eclat, but is not generally
regarded as a reason why all scoundrels
and desperadoes should be specially eligi
ble to the presidency. Gen. Grant's
wholo course in office, bin ignorance of
tho proprieties of his position, hit per-
onal tastes, his nepotism, his gift-taking,
bis selfiih devotion to his own interests
his systematic disregard of that principle
In our politics which works for the largest
good to tho largest number, all provo him
to be absolutely lacking in tbo high moral
courage and statesmanly qualities which
alono qualify a man to fill with dignity
the office now disgraced by Ulysses S
Geo. William Curtis, editor of 'Har
per's Weekly,' said in a tpecch at Boston
the other day that It was the will of God
that Grant should bo TC-elected. The
Lord loveth whom he chastenctb, we aro
taught to believe. Wo know of no other
way in which tho country could be chas
tened much moro effectually than In th
re-election of Grant. Probably tho editor
of 'HarpcrY is right.
The antl-Grant victory in the local
town elections of Connecticut, shows
healthful condition of politics in that lit
tie state. The Radical managers bad no
excuse to intermeddle and manipulate th
elections to suit thornielvcs. The result
straightout verdict of tho pcoplo and it
fair index of what might bo expected i
other states, if the money, tho corrupt in
fluences and the frauduloncict of tho Bad
Uals were thrown out of tho tcalo.
tially deranged. Hit clothing was made
of cheap material, and wai evidently never
Intended for him. He was about tho leveo
for a day or two before ho appeared at tho
police ttntlon. To tho officers ho gave tho
numo of Thomas R. Corbln, and statod
that ho came from tho St. Louis hospital.
He furlbor ttatod that he was formerly
engaged at Contrails, but loft there tho 3d
ol June, and went to St. Louis, where ho
was taken tick and tent to the hospital;
that hit family lived in Dubuque and did
not know whero he wai, and that ho was
trying to get to them. Ho bad with him
letteri ligued by division suporintondent
Allen of tbo Illinois Central RullroHd,
highly recommending Thomas R. Corbln
as a railroad man. Tho lotten wore dated
July 12tb, and tho stranger, upon being
asked tho question, Hated that bo had nut
been at Central! slnco Juno 3d, when ho
started for St. Louis. Upon talking with
him, Captain McGraw concluded that
tbero wnssomcthing mysterious in his case.
Tbo man had an intelligent look, but up
poarcd tohuvoscon trouble, which affected
hit mind. Up was a Gorman, but snoko
English so well that his nativity could not
bo detected In bis conversation. Tbo Cap
tain Interested himself in tho man. ani
procured him a pass by rivor to Dubuque,
whero ho stated ho wai anxious to go.
Thli was on Monday niorninc but fur
some reason the stranger did not got off
that day. .Monday nlcht be was round on
tbo leveo by tho policemen and was so
weak that hu had to bo carried to tho sta
tion. Ho did not get nwny on Tuesday
and Wednotday morning ho was so much
worso tlmt ho whs sent to tbo Sisters'
hospital, wboro he died tho tamo ovcnlng.
The physician who attended bim on Wed
nesday stated that ho evidently had
not a great while before. Tho clothing
and tbo letters were laved by .the Sisters,
and the stranger wat buried.
Aftor learning the story of tho parties
in search of tho missing sheriff, thu Cap
tain accot.ipanied Christian, who has in
timately known Rboman fur twenty years,
to tho hospital. The description of the
deceased, a given by the sisters who at
tended him on Wednesday was noted and
corresponded with that of tho missing
man, with tho ono exception that when he
left home, Rhoman woro whiskers and tbo
strangor was, when first seen here, clean
shaven. Tbo boots the stranger wore
wero produced and Christian was positive
they wero the pair Rhoman wore away
Irom home. Tho clothing he hnd never
seen before. The captain end Christian
then proceeded to the cemetery and
raised the iiodt
that was taken from the hospital on
Thursday morning, Christian was positive
that the body was that of hit frlond Rho
man, the age, ilzo and appearance being
exactly the same. A half hour Inter thu
deputy iboriff, Wilson, and Cy. Falrchild,
who was acquainted with Rhoman, went
out and looked at the remains. Wilson
stated that the deceased buro a strong re
semblance to Khoman, but ho was satis
fied that tho body was that of another
person. Ho thought ho recognized in tho
deceased a man whom he formerly knew,
and who was onco confined in tho Peoria
jail. Fairchilds did not beliovo tho body
was mat oi unoman, aitnouL'U no thought
it greatly resembled him. Chris
tian, who it a German, and hat
long known tho sheriff, wat positlvo and
insisted tbat'bo could not be mistaken, bo
strong were his convictions that he tele
graphed to itnoman s brothers to come on
immediately lor the purposo ol removing
all doubt in tho caso. Ho and Wilson
left last nicht. Tho brothers are expected
to-day, and will undoubtedly tettlo the
question or identity. Captain .Mcuraw
Is lattstled that tho deceased bad been
drueced or suffered some crcnt wronc be
fo ro bo came to tbis city. II tho strangor,
who exhibited stronc symptoms of insan
ity tho day bo died, was tho therm, li is
theory is that after ho left home he was
followed, drugged, and to cruelly out
raged as to deprive him of bit reason,
then robbed, nit clothing changed anu ho
To-day will doubles tettlo tho uncer
tainty. Should the Rhomant recognize
their brother in tho deceased, then tbo
case becomes enveloped in mystery.
Our Homo Advertisers.
On Eighth Btrtet, between Commercial and Wash
ngton Avenues, la dallr receiilnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST BFRIHO AND SUMMER STILES
llesiries a lull line of
BOIiTKETB &c HATS
ITnmmed and untrimmed,
FRENCH FLOWERS, RtBUONB, TRIMMINGS
of all kind. Laces, etc., eta.
Mm. Mcflee has alto large assortment o
Fancy Arllclca.auch at
NECK Tl.M, COLLAR. UNDERSLEEVES,
HUFFS, HASHES, FANS,
And all other article usually found in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINErV STORE
Mrs. Mcflro. In addition lo her stock of Fanes
snd Millinery floods, )im a flnfi and compleir as.
i-rtment ot Cincinnati Custom Male Lsdle
nd Misses' Hhoes and Children' lloot. Illwk
ami In Colors. These are acknowledged to be
tuo finest and best shoes in the market, atd thli
tin only place in the city that make, Itiem a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensive atock of
All ot which are entirelr new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACES, ERINOES, KID O LOVES
and all articles usually kept in a Mrtt-clais mil
M-. Swander Invites the public to call and 'n
pest her stock, whieb ehe will take pleasuroia
hawing n old as well as new custotr ers.
Our Homo Advertisors.
Ctnirterexl March 81, 180.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. I). S AFFORD. President;
S. S. TAYLOR, Vice-President ;
11. I1YSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M, UiactAT, Cms. Qitianta,
F. II. BrocirLirn, Pari. O. Bcncn,
R. II. CCXMNOIMM, 11. P. HlltlDlT,
J. M. Puittirs.
Depoalla oi any Aiaoaat He1! vxl Irons
Ten Cents) Upward.
INTEREST paid on deposits at the rated ill
percent, per annum, March Island Septem
ber 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is rlded imme
diately to tie principal of the deposits, tliercbt
g'Tlnjc them compound Interest.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 THAT HO 0!) (LSI CA paAW IT.
Open erery buslnets day from v a.m. to S p.m.,
and Saturday erenmir lor HA VINO DEPOSIT!:
only, from I to I o'clock.
auoif W. HT3LOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
GRAND GIFT. CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
$500,000 IN RANK TO PAY FIMZES.
A 1'ULL- DltAWINO IN SlOIIT.
The Oratid Olfl Concti lor the hctielll ol
the l'ilhllc Miliary o cntllck UDoslpol (id
to Saturday, th - an of lfcccinher, for ILo
followltijr rcavins :
1. The luiluru of certain nRi'iit to ink"
roturm nPllma for the drawing to ttKi
place pcptpinner r.
'J. The nci'itmimilatloti of orders dm In
v days to Mich nil extent that I!.
wn not po-ilc to llll t lie lit and hare the
draw ItiL' on the 'I 111
:i. Tlie ifotierallv cjcprcvcd dflro of tleke'
hnldcr that a full ilrawlnj; inlnlit lie lin.l,
ommi If It made n short po-tpoiiuiiu'ht neces
sary. 4. The better of the management that by :i
short po-tponeineiit the remnant of uni)l l
ticket can he di-po'ud of, iiml all the prizes
paid In full, without the neees-lty or any
pro rata M'allnu'ilown.
For thev! reaMi, coupled with the earn
est de-ire to licnctlt the Public Library by n
forger balance mid the ticket-holder" bv
former plU, the eoneert unci ill rlblllbin
hae been postponed to Saturday, the Tin
or December, Vi. On that day and no
other the dniuiiif; will po-ltlwly mid line
lUlvoeallr conic on" In thu great hall ol tllu
Public Library bulldlnp, beginning nt pie
clely (I o'clock a.m. mid continue until Hie
whole or the one thousand gilts arc nwardo I.
The payment or the glit" will begin Iho
third day niter the drawing, and coutiuro
for lx months In current fund-, by lb
Farmers' and Drover' Hank, or bv slgdt
ilrstt upon the Fourth National Hank, .New
orK, at tne option hi gin tieKci'iiouiers.
LIST OF UIFTS.
ONKORANDOIFT. CASH ....eiW.OflO
ONK ORAM) GIFT W.'MrJ
CiihCirt M.ja.tsO 0hGifu 2,M'c'ri
smi l Ujinuifn. i.osju'h
IS.nsij to Cathtiiftt. 'XOea'.h
lO.C'l. 21 laihdifli. rujeach
WHO WAS HE ?
A QUESTION OF IDENTITY.
GREEN k GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William It. Green.
William II Gilbert
Mllea F. Gilbert
A CASE OF DEATH AND MYSTERY.
flpecia. attention glren to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LEVEE, ROOMB 7 AND 6 OVER
CITT NATIONAL RANK.
The elections in Pennsylvania, Indiana
nd Ohio aro over. Tho returns, so far at
roceivod Tuesday night and yesterday, in
dicate the election of tho Liberal ticket in
Indiana, tho material reduclion
ol tho Radical majority in Ohio,
nd through the most corrupt1
practical frauds in Pennsylvania, tho vie
tory of the penitentiary party in that
ttate. These report! may to confirmed or
contradicted by later and fuller returns ;
it is probable tho correct figures may thow
more decltlto victonci for tho Liberal
tloket in all the states. AVe reserve our
commcnti on tho retult until the trnoke of
the battle hat cloarod away and wo aro
ble to turvey the Held with a clear vis
ion. With our present light on the
abject, by which we discern a clear vie
tory for tbo friends of the Reform move
aunt in Indiana, we encourago them to re
mv4 effortt for the tuccett of the great
eui Two of the three ttatet would
lttTkcn better than one, but followine
im.tfctj ! one, and that one the great
oMtor tUU, ws,-fclk ,nd mu,t pufue our
Ursulas nd comp-, triumphant
rf Bone Orwley t H.yb,,.
From the Qulnuy Herald.
On the 10th of September, Frank Rho
man, sherill of "Woodford county, and in
dependent candidate for tho legislature,
lull hit home In Mctarnura for the pur
pose of going into tho country to look
after his interesti at a candiduto for ofllce.
Sevcrul dayt passed, and nothing was
heard from him. His family became
alarmed at hit strange absence, and com
municated their apprchentions to his
friends in Metnmora. Dajs went by, in
quiries wore made, but no one wt found
who had teen tho sherih" after ho left town
on tho morng ot tho 10th. It was known
that when ho started from homo that lie
had with him about $2,000 in muney. His
non-appearunco forced upon his friends
tho conviction that ho bad been
VOULLY DEALT WITH.
An uctivo tearch wat instituted, no
traco was found, not a cluo obtained, until
a few dayt tinco, when it wat dltcovered
that tho misting man
WAS IN ME.VUOTA
two dayt aftor ho left home. A landlord
at that placo informed tho partlet inter
ested in tho search that o man aniworing
lUitmian't detcription wat introduced to
him as tho sheritl' of Woodford county on
the 18th of September and
that ho that day bought ft
llckot for Quincy. Tho gentlemen to
vxnum uiit iniurmation wat imparted, Jno.
Wilson, Rhoman't deputy, and II. A. Chris
ijan, ol Mirionti.took tho first train for
tbis city and arrived hero yesterday morn
ing. To atcertuin if Rhoman cumo lo
ijuruncyAhey at once sought Capt. McOra w
and told their .tory, gave him u ditcrip
lion of tho misting man, oven to tho cloth
Ing ho woro at tlm timo ho loft Motamora.
I ..la,nnWtt' a,0-''"n by birth, but apoko
Knliih fluently. In conversing with him
In tho latter tongue one would never tut
pect that.ho wat other than.an American.
Ho Wat a Ulan of morn tVn
intolllgonce, and hat long been recognlr.cd
at one of tho ablest men In his county
Tho captain was informed that tho misting
Minn iuoii nan buiviuu Willi IUU COriSUmp
lion, which was plainly shown in his nn.
poarance. The description corresponds!
exactly with that of a man who camo to
too city last week, and who
tilKU IN THE HOSPITAL
last "Wednesday flvnnlnf. and thn nnntntn
for very manv reasons, tlinni.ht It vnrv
probablo that tho doceatod nnd therllf
were onn. 1 110 stranger who camo to tho
i lywij Wft.' firit nt'cedon the levee
last Friday. Ills annearHnro .a
and attracted attention. The man ap
peared to be suffering wl'h consumption,
wtvauparentlyamanof intelligence, yet
at tltnis, anu yjciulonally actd u if par-
BOOT AMD XIIOE NTOItE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
103 Commercial Ave., niar Athoneum.
Keep on hand a Rood assortment ol
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Miesct' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examine.
W. P. HALL! DAY, President;
HKNKT I,. IIAM.IDAY, Vlce-Presldtct ;
A. II. 8AKFOIM), Collier;
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Htaats Tailoi, Raatar IT. Cc!)!)iaiuw
Itt.val I,. IllLUDlT, W. I. IlALLItlAT,
Qto. 1). WlLLumoM, Stihikn llian
A. II. Sirroan.
KxelinnKe, S'oln nnd L'nltfMl Nlnten
Itouila UUKt HOd Mold.
KPOSIT3 reeelred, and eeneral Uoklni!
TOTAL. 1,000 OIIT-S ALL CASH..S.VW.000
PRICK OK TICKKTH.
Whole ticket-. clO: halw. S5: (itiartpr.
S2..V); 11 whole tickets for $); i lor S2v:.;
M for i0; n:i for $t,ooo; '.'i'l for ir,:m- .Vj
lor 8.)1is No dlcount on Ic thantfl(ri
ortli ortlcU H at a time. ,
I'lic moiiev neeearv to pay In lull all tl e I
Mured l'IPk l now iinon dcno'lt In Lie
L.. m I I ... ll..t' ... Ill l. ...ftt I
by the following certificate ol tho ea-hlcrs
1' AIIMER.T AM DIIOVITS HANK, I ,
l.lltllavtt f !. lfv..i'ri .II. KT'J. I :
riil N to eertlfy that liiere Is now mi le- A
FIRST NATIONAL BAJS'K
DANIEL HUH I J, trealIcntt
ROBKRT. MIL..-CI isa-PfeslUal
C. -N. HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and Unltel
Stales securltlea bought and sold.
lt)trl AIIowihI on Time leiot!N.
poil In this bank over a hair n million ol
lunar to I titi creui oi ine iiiu uon cit
und, y.VO.OdO ir which It held by this Ij-iiik
iTrea'ii erof the 1'ubllc Llbrnry or l'rn-
turkv to pay off all gift to be awarded at thn
ii. r. iitM, i a-incr.
Hon John IIauiikii. Manager of the Kovui
IiHUranro Company, Liverpool, and C'olo'ie:
Iil-on 1' .Ioh.n.o.v, Proprietor if the (iali
lloii-n. will act a-a committee on thf nan t
the Trustees to take chargf or the tagbelno
.i... .i...i.... ..n..... ..in in
u.v ii.miuK, u.iim ...v..,. ,aiV . Knr IVn.nln .,.,, In I ,f.. In Tnnn nr nt.1
, .... ...... ... lumta or sirnrie, m mo r,
DR. B. O. TABER,
Will resume the nraeticc or his nroresslon
with especial reference to the electrlca
treatment ol dUcaK'H In all the new and Im
proved methods or application.
In all casca or icmalu comtilalntt aladv
will be In attendance.
Olllce, 128 Commercial avenue, up htairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
RESIDENCE No. 21 Thirteenth atreet, be.
.V tweon WKBlnnKlon avenue and Walnut atreet.
race uncommercial avenu, n
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
RESIDEN'CE-cornerNinth and Walnut eta,
fjlhee corner huth street and Ohio levee.
Utflce hours from S a.m. to lii m., and V p.m
II. WAKDNEH, M. D.
REHIDENOK-Corner MneKenth atreet and
Waahlnirton avenue, near court house. 01.
fleo over Ar'er'a Grorery Htore, Otfice Hours Irorn
iuh, in. io i m. ami -om 104 i,, m.
GROCER and CONFECTIOK
And Dealer in Foroigu Fruits &Nutn,
No. 134 Commcrcial-avo.,
And Dealer In
VEGKTAI1LEH, FRUITS. EOOS, LARD
FRESH RUTTKIl, ETC.
J37" All Gooda warranted fresh, and noli!
at thu lowest pricea.
Corner 0th St. andCoinmcrcIalAvo.
OROCEBIE8 RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
PRICES yOR CASH,
AT II. O. TIIlELECKE'S STORE.
WABUINQTON AVKNDE. I1ETWEEV TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
COlbt. dry Cuba Sugar for - . . i nr
01 " " " ... x 00
0 lbs. A coffco Sugar, N. Y. Bid. . 1 oc
4 " Prime Rio Coffeo for - - j o(
aj sjiioico 1 01
a " uid uovernraent Java - - 1 ot
Teat and other staple and fancy Groce
riet equally at cheap.
Goods new, and full weight givtn. Call
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
toe Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Bed brand of Callfo UCIgaraiu recclnJ,
HILIiIARD saloon furnished Willi the l.cM
ortablca ; and bar supplied with wines, Ihjiioti
and cigars ot tlicnu-i nran i.
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
''0l?Xr ' " ".r.f.CA Vlu WINTER'S ULOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
USTTho best brands or Cigar, choice
Wine, Llrpiora, etc., always on hand tl
NEW LIVERY STABLE
IIETWKEN WAHU'N AVENUE ANI) WALNL'l
l)r. I). K, Kiolils Informs too public that he hni
LIVERY H TAJIL K,
on tho northwest ante of Tenth atreet as named
1 1 () V ( .
Ilia Htablea will be fumlshod with nonn but the
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
anit the pulilia mar on accommodated at all hours
11 iii" uav ami nijjiii wiui aai J lo.mi oil 1110 l.J
EST TE MS.
Dr. Fields asks a ahao ol rulillo natronsse
ami will endeavor to merit it by lair dealing; rmi
ainci attention 10 uuainesa.
IIENKY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
ill every atvlo. nlaln und ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Olats Gilillna
wniera aouciieu lor Hccneiy, r rctcoo uil'.
I'ANUY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gut, plain and ornamental. AH woik lii.
trusted to my care will be nromnllv al.
?nd to. Shop in Perry Uouae, comer I
MpUtf na B'f 0Ul
IS It V U O It .
awn of womanhood, or
g iiwiiiulis nir 1111 iiiu wKM-i- -iiiu k'i mm ( ine tnrn or lite, tntsx; Tonic lilttcra illsnlir bo
10 wheel. After the drawing Is over, tli- ilcrideil an Influence that Improvement is aoon
heel, with it.- content-. will bp nlaced in t.ie perreptlble.
amis or a coilllllltUo oil the part ol the I'".'- Innnminatory nnil Chronic Ithrii.
leket-holdiT. to satl-lv themselves whetiW ' !",'V,.,..?n:1. (.,"'.. '1'0.u!L'lr.!?'"fD,.P'1
oil III.. tl..L,.l. .nlil v r,. ri.i.rn.niitn.l In lw. . ICUTS UIW4.CIIJI luc mix!, 1.1 ITT, MU"
all the tickets -old wire represented In t.ie ; , anil ylit,it, ,bt, ttltter-4 have no ennil.
r.ay"'-., ... , , Such Mscaw are caatd tij Vlitatcl Ulood.
Itllml rltllilr,.n I II full vl.w nf Hu. nllilletic. 'ri.... ... ...... I- f ...
will alternateiv iraw tint tags Irom one ol tje ! a Tnnlr, r'4'-sln2 the merit or acting as a
glass wheel-sund the gllL belonging lo tli lit powerful agent In relieving (ingestion or Inuarn.
rom the other, ami t Me o c al n-cori ol u.c i UUVJ ib"", "'i m
Irawinz thu conducted will be Went ty
three tollers cho-eu Inim illirerent banks In
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANP, XXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OL' CARPETING
Ula Entire Ntock
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER 8TII BT. AND COMMEBCIAL-AT.,
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth atritetnud Com
C. O. l'ATIKIt,
ItKAl, KNTATK AIJENVl.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second vlooii) omo letke,
Buy and Sill Rkal Estate,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TIELE
Ami prepare Convevanres nf Klmlr!
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Fltter'a and I'lumber'a material, Wocd
purn , globe and ansle valvtia, atop
GOCtta,OHcva tiutob, dw,
auo aoit roa
rnlla llrotbera Fntent Dry Mete
and Morauouie, Wellt A Co'a Automatic Wato-
indicator ana buppiy vaiv lor aiaam Doners.
WJtMTEE'i BLOCK, COKMIEOLAL-AVEND
Lash (Jifl .
ih Cah Uifti. TiOcach
15 CathCiftt. IXlcitl.
13 ( j.hlJifu. .Vwearh
SO Caih Gifts. 4'sirjch
Mi Caih Gifts. 3 Ota h
IC) Caih Gift. !"lia h
JI2 CaihGlfn. 10flt-ii
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
ROIlEItT WOOD, TII03. H. JIOOT
ROBERT "WOOD & CO.
llldge Avenue, Philadelphia, Pa.
-POUMTAINS- -FI.OATlNO H1TANB
STATU All Y -WATKK LILIES-
DUCKS TUH n.IiS, Ac,
For Decoratlnit fountains,
tlUIOIW, CIIAIH8, HETI'KKH, Ac., Ac.
NEW S'lTLE WltilUfJHT.IUON RAII.1NO for
Kront of llouro ami Cemeteries, ever beforo
CAST AND WROIKIHT-IRON MAILINGS for
I'nMk' HtiildlnKs anil Hnunres, Cemetery Lots,
ami (lanleti Femes, llalconles, Itoof CrestlK.
eti-.. in itrrat tarlaly of Patterns,
IKON HTAlHrt, Mulrsl ami stralftht, ol varinui
ntlerna an.l slylee, Hjiecial atlenllon Riven llilt
nia-s of work,
l.tMP POITH, for Fronteof Public IlullillnB,
Itnlrls, ami City btrec(s,ul I'lain anil Klaboralo
bl'AIILE FITT1NO-), of Cast ami Wrotmbt-Iron,
ol New Itnprotcii Styles, such as Hay ILicks,
-tall hlvlslons, Mangels, Harness llracketa, Out-ter-,
Testis, Venditors, Ac.
WIRE WllllK of every ileserlptlon. Wire
(insr'l- of t'r.tnpi'il Wtre.ilalvk'jlteil i r PalntcO,
in I'lain or Ornamental Patterns, fur Hlnre lloora
or Winnows, r'nrlnry mi.l Warehouse Windows,
Itsllitifis for Office-, Hunks, Counter KtllinK.
Ilnlcotii-s, l.awn .nil K.trm Fences, Ae., Ac
(HTES for entrance tn Cemeteries. Publ'i!
ltisres a.ii Oeiitleinen'a Country Heats, of Oaa
Tulunitor Wrought-lron, iKith slrglu ami double
In elslmrste anl simple iIssIkms,
Dltl.SKINd FOU.VTAINH, lor atreet uses. A
very lartn assortment of designs eij.ressly for
CsAWKON URINAL I10XE3, for public parks
snde tr streets.
OVAI.V iSKH, Istest styles, centennial patttrn.
Ill ICIUMi VOiTS, Jockey, Coolie, HaiiiI and
plain designs, 4 5 cod-Cm.
So I'rrsou rnn take these Tllllera uccord.
Ins indirections, nnd remain loon unwell, provMed
th ir tionca arc not tleatrnycd by mineral (xjivin or
oilier means, and vital organs wasted beyond tbo
Ilnt of repair.
D)'ppitlA nr liiillijrstliin, lleadaclie. Tain
In the shoulders, Coajlw. Tigtitnct-s of the Cheat,
Dlzzlneai. Sour F.rui tatlons of the Momjch. lint
Tine In the Month, bilious Attacks, Palpitation ot
tho Heart. Inflammation of the I.uncs, l'ainlnho
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, arc the oa-sprlnsa of Dyspepsia. Onn
bottle mil prme a liettcr cuimntto of Ita t
man a I'ngtny aiivenisement.
l"or sikln Dlsenses, Eruptions. Tetter, Palt-
nti.nm IttrilhM Urif. PirnnlM ln.,tiln. Itnlla
the lty. Tito tlrnullis will he liubll-licil ii: i Carbun'les, IllnK-wonni, Scald-Head. Sore r.ttt,
the l.niii-vlllo paper?, and New York tmul Erysipelas, Itch. Scurfs, DUcoloratlons of thehkln,
ml iitiii'iiii cotiie- inalleil lo nil parties 0111 oi i uuinor anu di.iksoi ioeM.inoi wnaiever name
.oulllle to whom tickets have been -tilt or nature, are literally dnu up and carrlel out
The remnant of tickets yet iin-olil will be
fiiriil-heil to tlioMi who lir-t aiiiilv lor lb' tit.
ami us general u illstribiitiiiit ol them will bn
in.nle nniim aicrit-n-tliclr umititii ninnbei
will permit. No atfeiit will be perinlth'il,
on any account whatever, to bolil or sell !
ticket for ;thc inanaeiuuiit alter the ijtii o.
This po-tpoiiemcnt has. been made by a I
vice of the Trustee", with the sole object ol
the real hum-tit or both the ticket holder ami
the Public Library, ami all concerned mny
ret perfectly us stiretl that the po-itic nml
11 mil programme hero atmuuiiced will be unt
ried out to tiie letter.
t.,...(i...i-,. ii,i.n.. i II.P..P.. tii.i.i
.(brary liulldliiL', l.ouUtllle, K).
of the sjstcia In a short time by the use of the;
Crnterui Tiiimsaniis rrcviaim ViMr.on nrr
tkiu the most wonderful Invlgoroui that ever
eusUUnnl ihu sinctni; srstem.
H. II. .-McIMIVW.n CO.
Drnj?sts and Oen. AifW., san Francisco, Cal., A
cor. of Washington and (,'harluiu su., N.V.
I Yincipil Office 104 Fifth St., (Jin., O
THE ONLY HELIA11LE OIFT DISTItlllU-
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
S50 OOO OO
IN V ALU A RLE GIFTS
To bo dialributml in
Ii . X). S X 33" jEJ'S
To bo drawn Monday, Novem'er 7th, W2.
Onk Okand Capital of
SI 0,000 liST GOLD.
One Piuzk. $5,000 in SilvkkI
FlvoPrizet $1,000 r
Kivo Prim fiOO g. i GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 1
Two Family Carrlascs and .Mntctliil Horses
Willi .SiUur-Mouuted Harness, worth l.fiOO
Two Horse and IliiKgles with Sllver-JIount-
eti nun ess. worm etsi eaeni
Two rine-toncil Itosewood Pianos, worth
$M) each I
Six Family Sewlnj; .Machine?, worlli
eiuo eaci i
l.'KX) Oold and Silver Lover HuntliiL'
i.n..i... r... con ,.. ci'.ai t.
,, , 11,11;.-,, ii 1 1 uiii V'- till., I,
Ladles' (ioltl Leouttnu Chains, dent's (iol'l
Vest Chainf. .Solid am Donbled.l'lalcil
Sllvej lublu and lea-poons, rhotograpl
Albiimi, ilewcrly, A;c Arc., &c.
Wholo number (illts, 10.000. Tickets Llml
ted to WJ.(HX):
AfiFNTS WA.NTKI) T(J SFLD Tlf.'KKTS
To whom Liberal Premiums will be pal, I.
Hindu Ticket fc:;: Six TleketH flo; Twci.o
Tleketa :(); Twenty.lIo Tleketa $10.
iirtuiaiHiiuiiuiuiiiK u luilllslol irlles, sun.
scriptlou of the tuaiitier ot drawing, and oilier
infiirination in rcfiiicm-ii m the diHtribuiion, III
be aont to any one orderlns tin-in. All lettera
miisi be anureiaeil to L. V. HIM,, Ilox, M,
orrn a, Cinclnnail, o.
I I'l West Ath st novwAillv
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalukd I1Y 8TATK Authoiuty and
Dkawn IN Puiilio IN St. Louib.
Graud Sinlo Number Schcmo.
Clash K, ro uk Diiawn Oct. 31, 1872,
o.bHO frizes, AmountlnK to 300,000
1 Trite of IWi.ins)
1 " of. 1,'MMi
1 " Of 10,0(10
1 " of, 7,Wl
4 11 of 6,ix0
4 " ol a.Kio
m " of j ,ouo
iO of 6is)
40 of 250
Tickets $10; Ilulf
0 " ot
0 " of
3d " of
1W1 " of
KXI " of,.
Tickets. SS: Quarter
n,i , . . . '
1ICKGIS, i 00,
Our lotteries ar chartered by the State, aro
ivruya u rim ii si me nine nameu, and all uraw
Insa are under the supervision of unorncom
The omolal drawing will bn published In Iho
St. Louis patieraaud n cony sent to nurchaaera
Wnwlll draw Ralmllar eclieme the last day of
ejery month during the year 1872.
Kcmitnt our risk bv nosicflke money ordor,
registered letter, draft or express. Hrad fnreir
cu.ar. Addresa, MUniUV, MILLEll C"-,
P. O. box S4. tit. Loult, Mo.
As an Iuvlirorntor. llTcr Corrector
nml Illood Itenovalor lnurlor to all tl.s
lUttera, I'.llzlrai, CordlnU nnd Haraa
purlllns) In oe. It It so adapted to th whole
yitcrn that every orcan and function In the body la
Lnusht under Its exbllaratioi; Influente. It e'v
tano und atrcnstli totho ll;ratl vc np
tinraltm, dlapela languor nnd debility,
in vlsor.-Jtc-s) tho Liver, r-i;ulnte tho
UIiIiiojsj nnd llovrcN, removes tie sfsctof
eicen or oTertaxatlon of any kind and elves vi
tality nntl riclincssj to tho lilooil.
Its curatlto povert alter andcomplitely reorgan
ize the entiro man of fluids and eien tba solids of
tho liutran syitem, thereby jirerentlcg andcutlns
XyIeitlo nn 1 1 Consumptive Hyinp.
turns, I'cver nml A Kite, IIIlioiiH Diacn
v, IWitk of all kiiiiln.NervoilH Debil
ity, AircctlonM of tho Ntoniarh nnd
Hon els, ctr. AiamtUand delightful Invlgo
rant for delicate females, It has no superior. r
liy Its use ceiv Ufa and rigor Is glti-u to both body
and mind, (ending a glow of vitality through ewy
part, irblch Is permanent nnd Inatln(r.
It Is the most tff dual remedy for the relief of
huiimn furrorlUKFier discovered, and as pleasant to
tho tute at old rye or Coo wine.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X THE X S X
x WORLD X
To produce a more dsllcloua medicine to take, yet in
potent for Iho provcntlon ami cure of dl.rases as
s:. Eirci-s vrcsis's s:itu i::a bl::s rcsirus.
Irlro 81. or 0 UottlCM for 83.
1'repared by tho Grafton Medicine Co., ST, LOUIS,
Mo. Sold by Druggists and dsalsn lu msdjclsai
170 iir. IIonry'H M'nrld'n Tonic nnd,
Illood IMirilK r.'
It Is the srrat household remedy, pleasant to
lako, yet potent for the prevention and cure ot
illseiueo. It la better than Hitters, Cordial,
Iluchu or Sarsaparllla . Sold by Druggist
lir. nenry'H Itoot nnd IUnnt PI1U.
Mild yet thorough-no nausea or griping-".
.IrelyveKetnble frreat liver rcmcuy,
cents, Sold by Druggitts.
Mr. WhHcomb'M Hyrnp.
The great soothing remedy. Prlco only 25
:ents. Giro rcat to tho mother od health to
iho child SoldbyDrugsUtfi.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Snjravlngs, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Pilce&Octnta. Address Pn. Dutts' DispiTx
Itnr, 13 North Eighth Street, St, Loult, Ma
i. e Advertisement. -
C KC TA OOfi Pnrdayl Aenta wanted
"'JW IU tJU All ol-asea of working peo
p'e.eitlii r aex, jming or old, mako tno-o mousy
at work f ir us in tnoir spare momenta or all, th
fine, than at anythinj viae, PaitlcnUra fret.
AddrasaQ. Stinton Co,, I'ortlaud, Maine.