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TIflS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1872.
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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II. OHKKLY, Editor stvl Publisher.
TERMS OF THE DAILY IIULLETIN s
Dm week, by carrier . 20
One y e r by carrier, In advance .... 10 00
One month, by mall g
Three montln j
U months J
One year . 8 w
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John II. Oberly ha reduced the mbscrlp
tlon price of the Wkf.kly Cairo IIullktin
to One Dollar per nniim, making It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois
roR PHMIURHT,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York j
FOR TICI ritWIDIXT,
B. GItATZ BROWN,
of Mitsourl.
STATE TICKET.
FOR GOVERNOR.
OUSTAVUS KQJKNER.
FOR LIKUT tfANT-rtOVKRXOR,
CHAHLE3 BLACK
FOR MCRETARY OF 8TATX.
KDWAXD RUM MEL.
FOR AlTltTOR Or rCRLIC ACCOCXTS,
DANIEL Oil AHA.
for statr TRKArnrR.
CHARLES N. LAN PHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY GrXTJUU
JOHN . EUSTA E.
vs. MI ACTREMR ctll'KT NOKTEXU
cram) nivwiox.
A.L1 SMITH.
for oxslx rcrtwt corn-csttuli
nm.vr rerun f !.
A BIlnTCS
r.ir ai.-wit:nvitirtirrr:'rirTra-.wirrnx:w '
ntrii.'iiinrvitJimv 1
y. id. 'wmwixjsrs.
of the Rtdical party li oppoitd to til for
eigner and to all Cstboilct,whethtr foreign
or native The high character, the well
known ability of Mr. Kernan to admin
liter the dutlta of the gubernatorial office
with credit to himself and to the itete,
when placed in the balanco with the fact
that ho it a Catholic, weight not one whit
in hi feror in the mindi of the ami
Cithullc Radical party. This tenttmetit
wlilch.the completion of Mew York poll
tics reread loptalniy a a governing idea
of the Radical political leaden of that
tate, It held in common by Radical
throughout the country, and ihowt iuelf
whenever a Catholic U put forward for
any office, large or tmall. Catholic, who
can read and understand, who rote with
the Radical party, commit religiou tut
cide.
Our Home Advertisers.
HAata.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Chartered March tl, IHI.
OFFICK OK
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICERS :
A. B. SAFFOHD. President;
S. S. TAYLOR. Vir-Ire.i, lent
il. 11YSLOP, Secretary and Tretsuier,
siatcrotJt
P. M. tUarur.
F. H. 9r rt .
R. H Crsstsea.a,
Caat. Oiusata,
ran. u. BCHTII,
M. r. illLLIPlT
"WHAT IS TO BE THE EXD '
In lit riot wiiiSi ewsrr! Is Ctcis
tail C3 ytetUr slctt last, tie zcjr-.vj
is s.Uciei lie GrwJe t vsi Br.-wa j-.-
ct-ssJ.-tt at wivi riroJvsri asi
-) ti ji, tuu 01 .'cmslsvi tii
i. M. PstLiirs.
Ptmimt ut AntoMHl Rerl vest f roan
IM iniu id wars .
I TJTKKEST paid oo dw.lt. el the
I JL p-ent. reraooum, March Island Septem-
tnivr i uui wniarawn 111 rxwea irnmr
disvly to it pritKlrul f the deposits, thereb)
I MARRIKD WOMW AXD CHILDRKN HAT
ITCtT M0NXY
w rmtT o om tut cm naaw ir.
Ores ever? bu.lrje.. dsy from v a.m. to S r.m,
asi futMit eventn tor 8AV1.NC1 DEPOSIT
.. rrvri ikii o (
srrvj
-Vlaek.
W. HTSLOP. Treaiurtr.
n:.
rat. 'nmntiKHK :uniir::
'fiwmf. i: -vr -sr.
il' 7'tcrr Oitrrr.
MUX Ji.l2Or 5CAUXAT705,
JOHN MEYERS,
cf Randolph County.
FUR 8KSATOR.
JESSE WARE.
FOR RIPRKSKNTATIVES,
WILLIAM A LEMMA,
JOHN II. OBKRLY.
Announcements.
CIRCUIT CLERK.
We are authorized to announce JOHN' Q.
HARMAN randldatc for Circuit Clerk oj
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
November next.
We arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM a a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol AI
exandcr county, at the ensuing election in
November next.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. VT.
WEBB, Est., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the enulns November election.
We are authorized to announce P. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
FOR SUERIFP.
We arc authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ai a candidate for SueritT at the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVIN as a Candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff n! Alexauder county,
FOR CORONER.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. 0053MAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
Sats tbu Boston 'Htmld,' "The Adams
1 boys oppose the Cincinnati movement bc
'csuso tho Adams dnddy was not there
nominated. The Adams stock can never
go above pa." Sad but true.
Anna Dickinson 1ms commenced her
winter lecturing season. Her subject is
"Things Hnped For," and the lecture
treats in detail of the labor movement,
itrikes, tho co-operative system, etc
Among the lost of female lecturers who
hae invaded the rostrum, Miss Dickinson
holds heruwn brVfly.
Oollsdy is, pr exeolUnce, tho orator
Tr the coiortd man. His bombmtry
tickled the er of our Cairo colored Grunt
ites on Wednesday night wonderfully, as
their frequent "yah, yah" and "rub for
Oguzby" testified. The colored troops
lurnea out in force to hear the "t-ulUnt
Dick," and constituted by fur the largest
part of his audience. But as thi is the
case with all Cairo Radical meet
ings, Oglesby need not feel slighted.
WALL.
About four weeks now intervene between
this and the November election. We
wish to remind the friends of the Liberal
cause in this section that it is their duty
to work and work hard in these few weeks
for the election of George W. Wall to
congress. We do not fear his defeat, but
the enemy is vigilant and if money
power or the use of any moans, no matter
how bate could turn the scale and elect
Clements as the congressional repre
sentative from this di.trkt,
the Radicals, bo are troubled with no
conscientious scruples of any sort, would
not hesitate to avail themselves of their
advantage. We say to' our friends, not
on'y "watch and pray," but "watch and
work." Every Liberal congressman
who it elected this fait is a spoke in th j
wheel of reform, which must eventually
crush ojt and defray the abuses which
flourish to banefully under tho present
administration.
THE ANTI-CATIIOLIO PARTY.
Harper' 'Weekly' and other kindred
Radical newtpapen continue- to make war
on Francit Kernan, LiberU candidate for
governor of the tUte.of Now York, on
account of bit religious belief.
Tba oaa fact that be Is
(Catholic hopelessly condemns him in
tba ayet of the party which nominated for
tba lce.priidency, Henry WiUon, whoie
Know-nothing oatb of sixteen year ago
forbid pl to-day to volt for any Catbo
Ufer uj publio oflct. Tht MBtlaiDj
i
Jilt -XAHlll fCp.l-.IIIl.-C- Tit Ztif TVM
s.-rmii ii'imixiOrf n tit afSerrjc i-i
vtn T"-c;iL.-ti tit tir li.v-iy work at
ir' v It at r.-i. zt Isscst nea
j v ip si. -i Not a sbot was ired by
G.-!t xzi Browa men in the pro-
oesa. Oa the contrary, the white men
2ed, leaving the scene free to the colored
rioters, and for a while a reign of terror
prevailed. The too frequent repetition
lately of occurrence! of thit kind, ought to
aroute thoughtful reflection at to what
tho end of tbete things may be.
Since the right of suffrage. hat
been given to tho colored men, they havo
been made tho instruments of tho basest
purposes in tho handt of their Radical
trustors. Emancipated from bodily
slavery, they plunged at once into politi
cal cerviludo. Their vote aro used in
tho most illegal manner to swell the ma
jorities of tho Radical party. Their igno
rant prejudices and unguarded paction are
made tolling weapont in the handt of their
Radical ownert for the intimidation of the
opposite party. At an elemont in poli
tics they aro (imply blind tool in the
hands of the dominant party, and are be
ing ucd by it to accelerate that destruc
tion which Radicalism, if not speedily
checked, i certain to bring upon the
country.
THE CITY NATIONAL
S A.3STTC.
ciiao,
CAPITAL,
II.LINOIH
100,000
THE ELECTIONS.
Tho high hopes entertained by the
friends of reform alt over the country that
the Liberal cause would triumph in the
atate election of last Tuesday, and that
with this prestige of victory in their hands,
the Liberal party would press on to a
more glorious victory in November, were
only partially realized. Looking over tbo
result, we are not surprised. In the three
slates of Indiana, Ohio and Penn
sylvania, in wbicn tbo it
terest of tho elections centered,
the Grant party is in the ascendancy. It
bad ull the Influence of the office-holders
and nil tho power of the people's purse
U use in keeping itself in power. It had
n its favor the Bourbon cle
ment, which, when it cannot
rule, rejoice to ruin. It bad the cor
rupted morals of the people
in its favor that corrupt state
of public sentiment. the natural
fruit of Rirtiral government, which ro-
gards wllh carelessness the decay of our
Republican institution and the prtctlce
of dishonesty, of corruption, and of all
manner of official crime in high places,
Opposed to it, stood the Liberal party, a
party without money, without official
patronage, a party with no
banner in its bands savo the
binner of reform, and no purpose, except
to save, If possiblo, tho country. This wat
the situation. In Indiana, the outcomo it
glorious. The election of Hendricks,
Liberal candidate for governor, is asured
by a majority of over four thousand voles.
This, in the face of an importod
negro vote of four thousand,
and other frauds, is glory enough for one
day. In Ohio, tho Radical majority hat
been largely reduced, and there it a gain
of five Democratic congressmen. The
state has been a stronghold of
Radicalism, and the result there
is certainly highly encouraging to
the friends of tho Reform movement, and
an earnest of what hard work may do
for it in the future in Ohio. In Pennsyl
vania, tho Liberal cause failed of tuccets,
In the face of ballot box ttufling, in the
face of eight thousand imported negro vo
ters, In ti10 faco of 0V(jry Corrupt
device which a corrupt organi
zatlon uses io perpetuate itself. But tho
vitality of tho great cause is strong. Its
patriotism is pure, its purpose tubllme,
its onduavor noblo and
pluck splendid The actual
resultt of Tuesday'i election! prove that
tbo turn of all villainies, Grant
I'm, can be exterminated from
American politic. It remaint
tot the frlendt of reform to
stand Arm, to accept no defeat, but
tboulder to tboulder, to puih
on to viotory. It may not coma la tblt
onttat it mull lorna la tht futurt.
orriciasi
W. P. HAl.Lt DAY, President;
H E.N RT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-Presldtnt;
A. H. MAKFOKD, Cannier;
WALTER 11YHLOP, Assistant Cashier,
Diaacroasi
. Htaati Tatlob, RouaT H. Cctrxiiioiua
Hanar L. ILllidit, 'A. P. Hahiiut,
Oao. I). WiLiua.oa, Httruta lllap
A. B. 8irroat.
ExrAaate, Vntn noil Tstltt Male
Bonds BotiR-ht and Hold.
EPOSIT8 received, and a general banking
hii.lne.a none.
FJKST .NATIONAL JBAIS'K
or CAIKV.
DANIEL HURD, "reel.lenti
ROBERT. tn. , c t uM.fresUsat
C. N. ULailKS. Caabler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
T7XCIIAN0E, coin, bank not, and United
X-A niaie. securities touM and sold.
Intrreat allowed on Time IsriMMlfa.
Our Homo Advertisers.
MlXLIMEctr.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
IN THE
ATHENEUM BUILDING
has opened out an extensive stock of
MILLINERY GOODb
All ot which are entlrelv new and of the sert
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
TUB STOCK COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACKS, rBIXOKS, KID OLOVSS, IlOSfXHI
nd all articles ututlljr kept In a flrsl-claas mil
Mnerr .tore.
M-. 8wander intltet the public to rail and 't
p:t her slock, whi.h she mil Uke pleasure !o
howlna a old as we I as new cu s lorr ert.
MRS. McQEE,
On Eighth Street, beiween Commercial and Wash
nirton ATenuei. Is dtUr receit tnj
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or tub
LATEST 8PBINO AND BUMUIR STTLIS
Hesmes s lull line of
faOKITETB &c HATS
ITrimmed and untrimmed,
r'HENCU FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TR1MMI.NOS
of all kind.. Laces, etc., etc.
JIr. McOee h also a lara aiiarlment o
Fencjr Aillcles, such as
.NECK T1.S. COLLAtlS, UNDERSLEEVEa,
And all othtr article uiuallj found In a
KIKST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McDre. In addition lo her Uuk nf K.nr.
-nd Mllllnety Grind, has a fine and complete
v. biuiiiuum 1.U.IUD1 i..iiee
'id Missel' Htioes and Children' Unnt. Ill.cu
-ii'i iu wjiurp. iiip are acanowieiiea 10 ot i . .
e Hnest and best she in the market, at.d ihli I issitz,
le only Place In th Cltr that make. Ihem j . C. KF-INO
ycc wi'y.
Our Homo Advertisers.
INtttJHAMCE.
Sire andmarS
1 1ST S TJ Jk. IT 0 1EJ
COMPANIES.
Foreign Advertisements.
OltT UftTEH CHIME.
Assets...
Assets..
Assets.
XI AO A HA, N. T.
ORRUAMIA, N. Y.,
UANOVBR, M. T.,
REPUBLIC, N. T.,
..tl.43,2ie
,..t,P6t,7Jt 7
,-..T2 M2 W
Assets 714.924 0U
Comprlslnd the Underwriter' Afcency.
'i
Assets..
Assets .,
Assets,,
TOMKKRS, N. T.,
ALBANY CITY,
JIRKME.S'S rUMD, 8. T.,
878 404 tl
,...413,153 23
SECURITY. N. Y.'
Assets
e;a.soo ot
-MARINE,
1.4JJ.M3
Htnre. rwielllnir. Furniture. Hulls and Car
Rnes, Insured at rates a fati'rablo as sound, per-
mineDi.rcuriiTwiMmrr.nl.
I remvtrullr a.k or the cititen ot tairo,
shatrof their patronafte.
V. .l.lliuuaa.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS. $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK. -
0. KNOBEUSDOHFF,
- President.
- - Kticrotary.
D K 1 U O O Ik St.
WHOL04ALE t'H4'RKS.
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits &Nuts
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
Cairo, Ills.
JOHX SIIEEHAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Dssler in
VEGETAIILK3. FHUITS. EGGS, LAItU
t3" All Goods warranud fresh, and sold
a; tue lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommerclalAve.
7-23 tf.
CHEAP GROCERIES
THE 2STE"W SYSTEM.
QBOCERIXB RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
rhicEs roR casu.
AT n. C. TUIELECKE'S STORE.
WASUIWOTOK AVKNUE. BETWEBV TENTH
AND ELEVENTH HTHEETs.
W rbi. cry Cuba Sugar for -$5 0
9J " " " ... i CO
J tb. A coffee Suear, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
4 " Prime Rio Coffee for - . 1 00
J " Choice " ' . 1 00
J " Uld Government Java - 1 OC
Teas and other staple and fancy Grocc-
ic cijubiij as cneap.
Good new, ud full weight given. Call
ana try.
HSStjT NTrlKfA.
SAM WILSON,
JL
BOAT 8TOEES
aiociim,
PKOVISION8 ETC.
Bio. 110
Oh;j Levje Caibo, Ilu
"" r rtltrr,
MwrrM.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATTORNEYS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ireeu, I
M;li;r?..,jiil,,i:r,,CAU,0 iu,iou'
orncB oiiio lkvie, roowb T awd 6 over
MT7 KATIIIVAI. HAWK.
VUVajlClANrS.
DR. B. 0. TABER,
' with 1,.r!',!,.,inS ,l,e,,rat"':e 'lil profession
I ttfiitm. in . i iiLv ti tiiu iifitrita
i 1 ll"euefa in all tho uew and Im.
... ".u'" J "'e,"u or uiinl cation.
in I in an i'ui.fM f.r ..
4
Mlj,
Will he in at endani '"I""'"' "Uy
JMaaCommurclal aenue, up stairs.
WILLiAM H. SMITH M D
unToa-u . Qom,4ouiV;,nny..W,''JlD.!!t "w.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
pK8!PKNCE-!orDer.Ninth ,od
ryOftee-coiner WHth atreat and Ohio l.Jll
OaoshouM-froii. a-m. to U m? , and 9 p 5i
H. WARDNER, Kd.
lgDXOK-Corat Moeusnth strsst and
IV washlnjlon avenue, near court houaa. oi.
ft over Ar'sr'tOroosryatur. oa0 Hourtlroin
W a., U b. aad :rB I let p, aHuni""
72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. H AN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
xicjECiitra-s.
CHECKS,
STRIPES,
KEXTUCKT JKAXB, 7XTEA,
CASSIilERS,
BLACK ALPACAS
ISO
LUSTERS,
GH051KAIN SILKS,
POPLIIN.
LARGE STOCK OF CARHnTING
OIL CLOTHS,
1IATTIK0,
Wlsidaw Mtistd,
01 LT BANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAUA8KS.
Entire Ntoek
AT
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORN EB 8TH BT. AND C0MUEBCIAL-AV.,
Cairo. Illlnola.
eptllf
MISrWLJ.ASi KOCH.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STREET,
ilETWEESf WABH'jf AVENUE AND WALNUT
Dr. B. K. fields Inforon tne public that he hM
opened a
LIVER' STABLE,
on the northwest side of Tenth street as named
Ilia Stables will be furoisued with none but tne
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the puhue may w eommolated at all hour.
BsT TKhAs U''l"t ""h " "m n Ui" ,,0W'
Dr Kjeld. asks a shse ol public pairon.ife,
and Mill endaarxr ui merit it by fair dealmi fni
tries Mi ration Ui tju.ine.s.
WUUD I WOOD'l I WUUD I !
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, not Caraper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on tho elates at tin- I'n.idttl. t.
roal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twe fth urct.. c:.ir ini.,,.1.
I , , .ttiuin. ,
M'y KW iimiiiiure anrj win cord the wood
It ticitll tJU.
""""tt DENNIS FIAI.KY.
OR8.
Ue.vkt Weuer,
A. Xliscii,
Ji:a. Wknthe, Chab. VxitaiiA,
Fkancid Lackner, Cha8. Daeolino,
C. Ulr.scii, Wst Rkinhakdt,
John Feldkami.
The tet orpTsniied and eecnre.t comnsnv to
the norlhae.t. The only company wbivb guar
antee, s caeh surrrndrr talue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
SMlv forS'Hlroand vlrlssllr
GRAND GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
WOO.000 IN BANK TO PAY PRIZES
A Full Dhawino in Swiit.
The Grand Gift Coiicci lor the benefit ol
the Public Library u ..ciilllck) Ispostpol (il
to Saturday, tb iin of December, lor If.o
followiin; rc.i'iiH :
I. Tin) laiiuro of certain npents to mak"
retiinio m time for tbo drawing to tiki
tilaue Sentelnber 'i.
2. Tbo ncciimmtilatlou of orders dutlni'
the last fi-w days to sucli an extent that I!
was not poslbfo to till them and have the
draw li? ('i the Will.
!l. The ireiierally cxnrcsed doslro of tlcknf
holder Ilia, n mil drawing mlglit bt; lia.l,
cen if It iiiado a short poMponcincnt neces
sary.
4. The belief nf the management that by a
short postponement the remnant of uti'ol I
tickets can be disposed of, and all thu prizes
paid in full, williolit I lie ncccsMty ol nut'
pro rata callnif down.
Fur tlic-fi- reasrii". coimleil with the rarn-
et delro to bptiellt the Public Library by it
larger balance aim tne llcKct'lioKicrn in
larger Kl'ls 1,10 concert and dis rlliilll in
lmc been potioued to Saturday, thu Tin
of December. isT'J. On that day mid no
other the drawliig will pnMthely ami tint'
fiultocallv enmc oirin thcKrj'at hall ol tho
Public I.fhrary IhiIUIIiil', bfcinnlnir at pit'
clsolv G o'clock a.m. mid contliiuu until 1 lie
whnfeoftbe one tliouatiti Klltare awanlu I.
Tbu iiavment of the L'ilts will bcu'iti tho
third day after the drawing, and coutlut'o
for i. month., in current fiimK by Hi
Farmer' and I)rnxer' Hank, or by slgut
Iralt tllton tlio roiirlli .National ll.uik. .ew
York, at the option t gilt tlcket-holdcr.
I.l.sT OP (1IKTS.
ONE GRAND (IIKT. CASH $100,000
O.SK GRAND GUT :0.r)
i c.h c.n .
1 Cath (it.t
1 Cath Gift .
I Ca.htVf .
I Cath Gut.
1 Cah Otft .
1 LA.h Gift .
1 Ctih Gift .
I Caili Gift
1 Ci'hC.lft.
1 Cah Gift .
..ja.l.o, 4 fathGffu.i,"'.h
.tiKit i laMioilli. I.iojfj'n
1V, ( Cahtiifu. VHti h
I0.t"i; l CathGifu. Si.icath
!),'P
S,it
7(ii.i
0,0(11
i.l'.l
I.IO
.1.1X1
a C'Jvh (lefts.
U C.hGli'!!.
li ( i.litiifii.
SO CaihUilts.
to CaihGifit.
IUD CjihGifu.
12 (athGiftt
TlOrath
I") cai h
ti'lrjch
.1 MI ll
!)lai h
lHleai
'A. H, Morrif,
Noury Public
H. II. Cindce
No. Pub. and V. O. Com
FIRE, UWLU CARGO, LIVE STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
I-WSTJEAirCE.
JETNA, HARTFOKL1,
Ai.eU..........-..... -..fiM.VH i7
NORTH AMERICA. PA.,
Assets...... ..,2,783,OCO (X)
HARTFORD. CONN.,
Assets-.. .2,M 4,210 72
PIICEN1X, HARTFORD,
Assets........... .fl,7l,14S it
INTERNATIONAL, N. T.,
Assets . ..l,lM,8?t 17
PUT.NAJ1, HARTFORD,
Assets . I7M.S37
CLEVELAND, CLEVELND,
As.eta LMS.C73 ti
IIOME.COLCMnUS,
Assets... . 11,279 43
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aseett 00,000 I
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIKE,
Arsets 3D,0"),(ft
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets ,VA V CO
RAILWAT PAHSENOERS A-SURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
VssetJ - EIOO.OOO W
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
A"et 6yi,iK2 00
SAFFOHD, MOiailS & OANDEE,
71 Uhlo Levee.
City National Panic. CAIRO. ILL.
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEIT VAKIETT STOCK IN TIIE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Mlnetttlb street astd Coin.
mrat Avenue,
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
0 . O. PA'HER.
S. WALTERS,
DIALS II
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o oTery dcscripllen,
LATII, SHINGLES, OEDAIl POSTb
DOOIIS, SASIi, BLINDS
orders solicited.
Steamboat Lumber,
Furnished en shortest notice.
UommeroiaUv, bet. 10th and lltb-ita.,
Mr
IDLEWILD MILLS
Corner Twenty.sceond street and Ohio
Lovcc.
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
MEAL,
Always on hand, and at the lowc-t market
price. Alo a good article of
OOW PEED
u-Sl'MP' Icav, 0J'lJt,r" a' HALLIDAY
UilO I'll KU5, or apply at the till.
iiy.-uii.
TOTAL, l,0(iO CiII'TS. ALL CAsII..?0OO.WX)
THICK OF TICKKTS.
Whole ticket?. 810: haUes 3S: (liartrr.
92.M; 11 whole tlcketf for Slisi; US lor $L"r;
60 for 8.VM; 119 for Sl.tssj; '.'i'l for $i,WJ- ."uS
lor e.iixsj, iii.-count on ic. than eiu1!
worth oftickete at a time.
Tin; innlii'V licci'.:irv In 11.1v in lull all II i-
offered iriP I now tiiMin ilciilt In tue
i arnier ami iriner. uanK, a win no ecn
by the following ccrtilicatc ui the cfhler
t AII.MKIIh' AM) HIIOVErx' HANK, I
l.oL'ievii.i.i:. ICy..;?ept. 20. lsT'J. J
This I" to certify that there i now un le
5oll In thl bank ou-r a half a million ol
dollar, to the credl ol the Otft Con crt
Fund. f.VW.000 if which l held by tblt b ins
at Trvau erof the Public l.lbtarv of Ken-
Foreign Advertisements.
IHON WOHHR,
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
H0I1EKT WOOD. TI103. H. ROOT
ROR ERT "WOOD & CO.
1,131 Rlilgq Arenue, I'hIUdHp'iU, p,
-FOUNTAINS- -FLUATlNtj HWANB-
VAMK- - -FII008-iTATUAItT-
-WATER LILIES-
-DUCKS- TUIiri.fa.Ac
For Deeoratlnir Fountain..
VERANDA HH, SUM M MR IIOt'HK-",
RIIOIU, CHAIRS, HETI EKS, Ac, Ac.
NEW STVI.E WltnUdllT.lltON H.WI.INO for
ront of lloute ami Caineierles, eer before
Inirniliieeil,
CAST AND WROUflHT-IRON HAILINOS for
Piil.llf I In i I.J In ar ami rviunree, Cemetery Lots
ami Oanleu Feme., Ilali'onlee, Roof Crettt'lif
etc.. in gret rnrlaty of Pallernn, '
IRON HTAIIW. Spiral ami atralitht, ol rarlntis '
. allern.antl .tylo.. Hjteclal attention siren this
rltta nr uuru
LAMP POSH for Fronts of Public llulMIDlts,
Intel., ami City fctreen, ot Plsln sml Elaburale
IM'.ltf na.
HI'AIII.K KITTINfH. ofD.l.r,,l w,m,.i,i.i.
! l1rnl,ro";' Hrles, such a. Hay ItackV,
tall llitl.lon., Mantiere, Harness brackets. Out
Irre, Trap. Venlllainra, c.
wiiik wokk or riny description. Wira
iii.nl" of Crimp-.l Wire, Oalva'jlteil ' r Painted
n I'latn nr Ornarnenlat PAitrrti.. f,.r Hi..
nr Wlnlow, r"aetry nml Warebou'e Wlntlnw.
nnx mr iiince., uanK., Ununter IUiIiok..
Ilalcniilvs, Lawn mil t-.irm Fences, Ac., Ac
OsTES for entrahru tii (Vmi.ri. t..i.ii
lll.ree A' it (lenllelnen'i. (Vilmlrw H.l. n. t- -
Tuliiiitf nr WroiiKhl'Iron, both elcffle und'aouble
In elalKtnte jn't Imiile ileslKlis,
DRINKINO FOUNTAINH, lor street u.es. A
ery Jarje as.ortinent of ilealum eiLie'.lr for
his pu pop. '
CX-T-iHON URINAL HOXE-f, for public parks
.mlclt. treeta.
V..,A'.,v.iE:W",'t,,tl,'' eentennul pattern.
I ncilINO POSTS, Jwkey, Coolie, s,rlil .ml
lain ite.tan. 4 &eot.Cm.
IS
UI laf-l .LJJ.TJ
Na Person enn lak. f tiea tlltfera aeenM.
132 to directions, and remain lonir unwell, nrotuie.1
their bones are not drstrojed by mineral poUon or
tueky to pay oil all t-ilta to bo awarded at tho SiS" ,'V!??!iJln,J T,til orKtM w' txjowi the
urawing. ..,.... ,, . UyspepsU or Inillcestlon, He-lche. Pain
IE. ??. I.AC II. Ca.lllcr. I In the ..hrin.iler. f'ntl7h Tt(.htfi nf th r..
Hon .Tons II.MlliKlt. Manager ol the Itmal 1 Dtulnes.. hour F.ructatloat of Ibc .stomach. Ilaii
no nouiii, iiiiiuu. Aiiocks, rajnttaiion ol
Insurance Couipativ, l.icrpuol, and Colonel Tutolnt
.1il.onP Joii.NMi.v, Proprietor if the tiali 8,',rar
Heart. Insamtnallon of the l.unc ('am in the
llmt-e. will act a-a cnnimlttoc on the narl ol H!!?? " "',i't?0.D.,1t?1' 0,hr Plhf"l
tbf Tnitces to take rbanri- of the tie brim n V..f ..' " roe tia-spnn" ' I'J'pepMi. one
IilZ iui..i ,irr.i . . i ll,fl,af,,,4,'" bottle mil prove a better RUiraatea of lu menu
"V " ., uii. i inn, iid mew ui lain a lenguiy aurertivmeui.
wheel, and perMinally ce that corruspon
ui; nuinuers mr an tne in ki i- oiu c into
the wheel. Alter the drawing l ocr. In
w heel, w Itli it content'. w ill be placed In In
hand of a committee on the part ol tbt
ticket-holder to satl.fy thein-el.e wbelht
all the tickets .old wire represented In the
draw in::.
lllind cliildren, Infull Iewnf l)icaudieni'.
will alternately draw tht- tau' from one ol t ji
Lla wheel. antl the clft belonlnt' to tiinn
from the other, and the olllclal record ol the
drawing thu conducted will be kept ny
three teller cho.cti Iruin illllerent bank iii
the city. The drawing will be mihlMicd ll
the Louiille paper and New York IhiuA
and olllclal copie mailed to all panics out ol
l.oui-lllc to whom ticket hac been eeiil
by letter.
The remnant of ticket vet tni'old will bo
furiiMictl to those who lir'.t apply lor tlr iu,
and astreneral a dl.tnbtition ol ibeui will lie
made among a'cnt a- their limited numbct
will penult. No agent will Im permitted,
on any account whatever, to hold or sell i
ticket for .the management after the 23tn o.
November, ls72.
Thl postponement has been mado bv a I
vice of the Trutce, wltli the sole objecl ol
the real beuetit of both the ticket holder aim
the Public Library, and all concerned mav
rest perfectly a etired that the po-itic ami
linal programme here announced will beiai.
ried out to the letter.
Sept tKMsTi.
THO!. i:. IIUAMI.ETTK,
Agent, Kentucky Public Library, Pubi
Library llulldlng, Louisville, Ky.
HKi.'JtdewAeoww
00 TO
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13i TKNTH BTBKBT,
FOE
Isoort, (tstab, BlhKlsi. MonldlBtrt),
EtsTt) Unttcra, (wood) Wltsdow and Door
Frame, rioortat;, Ittli,
NhlQKle. CllaB4 Nash, Olatutd Hide
1.1 C a U, Glased Triuisoraa,
Nisah WelKhU, Naab I'ulllra aad Oordst
DUttd rstascalBsa, Hoeing
Fait. Koofltss Otnsnt, PUtjtcrlaa
Faper, Carpot Velt, Wblta
Lead, Unssd Oil, AnttirleM Wladots
CHatw, EBKliatt aadFreacB
Plata Olaaa, Pnttr. Q!ler'is Posats
Hewer Pipe Patent Vhltuaeja,
tfSEBs
rrincipi! OfEcc 101 Fifth St., L'iu., 0
THE ONLV RELIAHLE OUT DISTHIIIU
HON IN TIIE COUNTRVl
S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distrlbutrtl in
X. . 3D. SIWE'S
Mtb Fernl'Animal
GIFT ENTERP11ISE
To be drawn Monday, Hovemvr 7th, U72.
One Oka nii C'apitai ok
$10,000 JN GOLD.
One Phize $5,000 in Silver I
FivoPrlziis $1,000 J r
Kivo Prizes 600 X GREENBACKS
Jen J'rlzes 100 I
Two Pamlly Carriages nnd Matrehd Hors"
wllli fcilvcr-JIountcd Harnces, worth fl.MKj
eacil I
Two Horse and Huggles with .Silver-Mount
ed 1 lames., worth flam .ii.li I
Two Kinc'toned i!oewood l'ianos, worth
fc.Vjt) each !
Six Pamlly Sewing .Machine, worth
t-lOOeacbl
l.VX) Oold ami Sliver Lever Iluntlii;
U'atclie. worth from '20 to rt:ln
Ladles' (Sold Leontlno Chain, (iiiiit's Gobi
Vest Chain, Solid un. Doiibled-I'laleil
Silvia Table and Teapoon, Pliotograph
Album, -lewerlv. A-e.. V. " 1
Whole number (HltH. 10.000. Tickets I.luil-
ten mwMw:
AGENTS WANTED To .si'.l.n Tin if i'tk
To whom Liberal Premluiii will Im pal.!.
Slnglu Ticket S2: Six Tlekuta $10; Twcl.o
Tickets r-'O; Twenty.lUu Tickets f 10.
ii. u.i . .;i,i(iiinijK H iuiiii.ioi prill', aile
scrlptlonof fie n aimer ot ilrawlnx. anil other
information in refeienue lo the ill.irlbunen, a III
.... . ,,. ... uiuriiUA lliem. All letter.
'iu.eu lo I,, u, Bl.MJ Hox 80,
?."!.?' . . u Cincltinall, O.
H'l Weatfiih t nov.Aillv
For Ft male 4'oitinlalnts. In tonn? or nM
married or ulnyle, at the lawn ol omanhool. or
tne tnrn of life. thee Tonle Hitters display so
(lecMeJ an InSue&ce that Improretntnt Is soon
perceptlb;e.
For 1 n fin in ma to r- nml Chronic Ithrii
mall. in ana Gout, llllious. Re tnlttent ami Inter.
nuttent Keter. I)lea.e of the llloj, Uver, KM
ceis ami ll.il.lfr, the Hitters have no eo0,
Such Dlcaju!s are caustii hj VlttateJ Hlool.
Tliry arc a t lille Pura;atlre as well as
a Tonlr, rxv;in the merit of actio as a
powermi asent In relierlnc t'oniestlon or InOam.
taaUon of the Utcr and VUSenl Orzans, aaj ta
Ulllous Dleaw..
for .Hkln IX.ea.ei, F.ro ntlons. Tetter, Silt
Rheum. Illotche. s.Kt.. Iluiples. I'mtnle., Bolls,
Cirbuncle., lUna-worms. hcal.l Hci-l, Sore Kjes,
r.ryslpelas. Itch. Scurfs. Dtscnloratlons of the Skin.
Humors ami Diseases of the hkln of whatever name
or nature, are literally dug np and eimed out
of the sjntera ta a short time bi the use of these
Bitters.
araternl Thousand, proclaim Viyioan Brr
TZiu the most wonderful lovlgoraat that erer
tusulaed the slnkm? ante.
It. II. esMAI.D A CO.
Drngirlsta anil lien. Airu., nan Francisco, Cab, A
cor. of Washington ami Charlton bt., N.V.
BOLD BY ALL DRCfJCIiTS Jt DEALERS.
TH M rt-f-Aep
Household Remedy!
aHBailBBaBn
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE L0TTJ511Y,
Leqalizrd nr State Authority and
iJKAWN in I'uiilic in St. Louis,
Qraud Singlo Mumbor ScLouio.
60,000 N Usui Kits,
ULA Jv. to bk Dhawn Oct. 31, 1872.
6,880 Prizos. Ainountini; to $300,000.
Prltu nf. IJ'i.hk)
l " of. 1:1 tui
1 " of lo,Mm
I " 01 7,MI
t " of. e,iic
4 " ol t WKI
to " of. I.nw
M " of i
40 of ZJO
Tickott $10; Half
600 PrUeaof. $ 100
u or j,oi.i
9 or
0 ' Of 3(S)
0 ' of. 250
39 ' Of 210
3a of im
180 of .. 100
MSI Of 10
Tickets, $5: Quartor
Et
Bte
Kte.
GENTS (or Rock River Paper Companj'
W John InnMM SlAAn
-- - .......
Tickets, $2 CO.
Our lnllerle. am rhnrlerp.l hv Ih. CI. I ...
always drawn at the time named, anil all iraw.
insa are unuer ino supervision or sworn com.
mU.loners.
The ofllnlal drawins will be ni:MI..i l.. ik.
of lleketsP,per" Dd fol'5r ,ent to purchasers
we win draw aslnitlar scheme the last day of
ejery month durlnit the year UT2.
Remit at pur rblt bv imstofflce money order,
registered letter, draft or eipreaa. -end for eir
cuiu. A?dSI!!' WBT, MILLER 00.,
f,V,p9XHU. 81. Loull, Mo.
MMawIt
1
Ai an Inslorator, LlTcr Corrector
nml I!lool BrnoTistor Is superior to all ths
Hitters, rilzlra. Cordials and Sana
pnrlllna In ca. It Is so adapted to tLs wbols
.jriten that srerv orfn and facctlon In the body Is
bronjht nnder Its exhilarating InBoenes. It gives
t sac nnd atronztlt to t::o dlecstlve np
imrnlns, dliprla Innnornnd debility,
invigorates tbo I.iver, rcRolnlea tbo
Kldnoya nnd Ilowcls, rsmovs. lbs effector
exceu or overtaxation of any kind and glvs. !
tnllty nnd rlchneit to the blood.
lis curatlva pow.rs aller and completely reorgan
ize His entire maia of fluid, and even tba .olid, of
the buTan .item, thereby preventing and caring
ryiirptlo nnd Consumptive Hymp.
turns, I'cvcr and Akuc, Blliona Dlacas
ci, I'cvori. of all blnds.Mrrvnn Debll.
117, AITcctlona of tbo Ntoniaelt nnd
Itotrels, cte. Asa mild and dsllgbtful Invlgo
rant for dellrats female., It baa no superior.
Ily Its n new life and vigor I. given to bulb body
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through every
part, which I. pcrmnncnt and Inatlng;.
Ills the moit eft .etna! remedy for tbs relief ol
human lufferliig ever dl.covrred, and as pleasant to
tba tails as old rye or fine wins.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X 5 X THE X & X
x WORLD X
To produce a mora delicious medicine to take, yet so
potent fur lbs prerentlon and curs of dl.ea.es at
zr.rzrs :3is'3 t::;i: int blccs rrsuiis.
l'riic 91, or O nattiest for 95.
Prepared by the Oraftnn Medicine Co., ST. LOCH
Mo. Suld by Druggists and dealers lu msdicbur
everywhere.
I7ae Dr, Honry'a World' Tonic nnd
lilood PnrlOer.
It is the great household remedy, pleasant to
tiks, yet potent for the prevention and cure ot
diseases. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
lluclm or Sartaparllln , Sold by Druggists
Ir. Henry's. Iloot and Plant Pllla.
Mild yet thorouKh no nausea or griping en
Irely veKetable trreot liver remedy. Trice 25
:ents. Bold by Druggists.
Mr. Whiten mb'a Syrnp.
The great soothing remedy. Price only S3
snits. Gives rest to the mother mil health to
the child Sold by Druggist .
Mnrrlna-o Onlde.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kcw
Engravings, Two-hundred and ality Pages,
PUco 50 cents, Address Dn. Btms' Diertts
IIBT, 13 North Eighth Street, St, Loult, Uc
t Advertisement.
m to $20 Woi:.'.1
i, oiih r sz, young or obi, ;
!yl Agents wanted
9es or working peo
m 'tl. a mna tnnn..
st wora f r u In their spar moments or ab.ths
i'iii, i-i . auj.iiini ei.e. 'lloiarS fret
Adarstt 4), illnsguC., IVrlUod, Main. .
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