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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1872.
Our Home Advertisers.
IsTEW
iDiecro- Store.
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
1mLLHEW
Our now
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
3DIRTTQ- STORE.
IN
BTJD HE'S BLOCK
Cr. WMklaitoa A. mhI KlRhth Ht. ,
Ii now
FULLY OPENED,
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
-OF-
FAMILY MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
KINK PERFUMERY,
HRL'SHE.
C0M1W
HICK-ROOM AND NUttaEIlT APl'Ll tNCB3, A
CAIRO BULLETIN.
LAURA D. FAIR.
THE VtKIHOT OF ACQU1TAL CL09IN0
SCENE.
From the San Francisco llulletln, Oct. 7.1
Threo weeks ago yesterday, tbo second
trial of Mrs. Fair cornrnoncod in the
Fiflconth district court, Judge Reardon
presiding in placo of Judge. Dwindle,
who wm disqualified from sitting in the
caio by reason of Illness. Panel ofter
panel of jurors was exhausted, and not
until nine hundred men had been sum
tnoncd and examined was a jury for the
present trial obtained. The lino of tho
prosecution and delemo was in some re
spect d Ufa rent from that puisued on the
former trial. No proof was introduced as
to tho relations between Mrs. Fair and Mr.
Crittenden, loyond tho evidence offered by
AWARD OF I'RZMIKIM Or THE LOWELL
DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL KOCIETY, HELD
IS LOWELL, THE 17th, 18th, AND 10th, OF
OCT0DER, 1871 REPORT OF COMMITTEE
'Clahs XX. Musical Instruments.
Ktlv-Simmons, Cloueh & Co. Cabinot
.... l I. - r ....... TawaII
awardod the First l'romium for its extra
ordinary clearness and purity of tono.
"tstcy organ, ontoroa ny inoo. neison,
second promlum. This Kstoy Organ Is
nearly equal to the Simmons, Clough & Co.
Cabinot Organ, In regard to lu clearness
and purity of lone.
"Simmons, Clough & Co. Molodcon, en
tered by Geo. Krum, Lowoll, First Pre
mium. Lowell Journal. ....
1U-1U u
Ma"kh and Faces. Ladies who mask
their faces and necks with enamels en
dancer their health to no purpoio. The
i a 1 1 I.. TIiasa la
P inner wont aeceivci nououv. -iic.u
..a al-1.. Imnntn WjVlinll f AllnfM
her 'counsel that these relations were those b)em,hcd compt0n or creates external
of frlpndsbip and Intimacy. Tho cbarac. trilliancv and 'bloom wboro they have
. " "" i'" "-"Mbhm hi.roioforo ex ited. and that arncio
ICE COLE:
Our Pure SPAUKI.INO SODA WATEIt
AND
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can not be excelled. We also draw the
GENUINE SARATOGA
BLUE L
and
ICK WA
T E R S
AIm. a choice lot of Cigar, ol extra qual
ity, sold at reasonable prices. Our
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will receive esneclal attention and cate.
liplni' at all hour In clianre of cotniietei.1
and careful parties. Prescriptions carclullv
compoumleil at all iiour uay or main.
NONK HUT THE PUREST AND RES1'
MEDICINES DISPENSED.
' IIILLI AKIIN.
ST. NICHOLAS !
Ill J
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY "WALKER & CO., Prop'rs.
This houc is newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two tine
JENNY LIND TABLES
Sultnblo for nil kinds of
PLAYERS.
The saloon
Is stocked
Ilrands of
with the Rett
WINES,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
aro compounded In the most approved style
OarCome and see (or yourself. They keep
on band a tine stock or
COLD WEISS BEER,
SCHWEITZER cnEESE AND HOL
LANDHEKRINO.
REFRESHMENT TABLES
are spread morning and evening at 10
o'clock, at which all are Invited to partlc-
ipate ireo hi eiiargo. rt-ti
HEAIa EMTATK AGENC1.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
AND
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (second floor) ohio litis,
cairo, ills,,
But and Bill Rial Estate,
PAY TAXES,
TUBNI8H AMT8AOTS OF TIILI
Aaapittar OeBTsyaasss of Kinds)
and none of tho extensive correspondence
between tbo parties, read in evidence on
the former trial, was introduced or even
alluded to by tho witnesses. Tho trial
Was, consequently, much shorter and less
laborious than the II rat one. Tho only Is
suo in the present trial was whether, at
the tlmo-of tho homicide, tho prisonor was
sane or insane. On that point tho two at
tending physicians sworo positively that,
in their opinion, she was insane at tho
timo, and, on the other hand, eight or nine
physicians, including some who rank first
in their profession, testified that, assuming
all tho testimony to bo true, thoy were of
the opinion that Hie was sane at me time.
On Friday afternoon last, tbo trial camo
to a close. The jury received tho rhargo
of tho court, und retired to deliberate
upon a verdict. When they bod been out
seven or eight hours, it was thought they
would not Hgreo. Saturday morning they
asked to bo presented beforu tho court
again, and many expected that thoy would
announce a verdict. Tho court room was
thronged, and Mrs. Fair, with her counsel,
Messrs. Curtis and Quint, and tbo district
attorney, Mr. Murphy, and Alex. Camp
bell were present. The jury, however,
had not agreed on a verdict, and asked
further Instructions from the court on the
question of tbo burden and preponder
ance of nrouf of insanity. The court
charged them that it was for the party
alleging insanity, and offering it as de-
lence xney again reureu unu reuiituiuu
in confinement nil Saturday night, yester
dav. and last nii'bt till this morning.
At an early hour yesterday it was whis
pered uooul that tne lury naa agreed
unon a verdict and would announce it at
'J o'clock. No eno knew what it would
be, but various reports woro rife, one that
it was a verdict of conviction, another
that it was a compromise verdict, nnd
another that they bad agreed upon a ver
dict of acnuitlal.
At v o'clock a.m.. Jlrs. i-air camo into
tho court room, leaning on the arm of
Mr. Curtis, and accompanied by Mr,
Ouint and a deputy sheriff.
Tbo crowd was kept back as mucn as
possible, and when tbo critical moment
arrived a profound stillness reigned In the
court room. Mrs. Fair stood at tho side
of Mr. Curtu, and when tbo clerk asked
the jury if they had agreed upon a verdict,
and tho foreman. Mr. Ryington, answered
Wo have," and handed a sup ol paper to
the clerk. Mrs. Fair tried to hide her face ;
and when it was read, "We find tho pris
oner not guilty," she started and swooned
in the arms of" Mr. Curtis. He supported
her to a seat, and in a few moments she
recovered her consciousness. Tho jurors
retained their seats, and seemed deeply af
fected. Tho clerk recorded the verdict;
it was read to thorn, and thoy answered
with one accord that it was their verdict
recorded. Judge Reirdon then told
them they were discharged from further
attendance. They then gathered about
the place whero Mrs. Fairand judge Curtis
sat, and shook them botn by tbo hand
warmlv, spoko and excuangea a tew
kindly words, and departed.
Tbo crowd was done in tbo corridor
and around the carriage at the Washing
ton street enterancc. it was tne carriage
in which Mrs. Fair tad always come from
prison to tbo court, and the people, anx
ious to see her, thought sho would go back
in it. Hut tbo sheriff had taken tho pre
caution to bavo another carriage drawn
up beforo the Montgomery street enter-
ance. and to that she was almost carried
by her counsel, for sho could scarcely
stand.
Once in tbo carriage with them and a
deputy sheriff, tho blinds were closed and
the party driven away in uasie to tne jbii,
Thero Mrs. Fair was put in th room
which she hud occupied since the new
trial was ordered. The matron, Mrs. Lit
tle, attended to her, end in about an hour
alio had regained her composure, but could
not sit up. Her little daughter win with
ner, and seemed almost wild witn aengni.
Many people collected in trout ol tne jail,
but few were admitted to seo her. Much
inouirv was inado about Mrs. t airs fu
ture movements, but as sbo was again a
tree woman, sho concluded to cxerciso mo
prorogativo of keeping her own counsels
upon that point. Several of tho jailers,
koenors and deputies visited ner and re
ceived thanks for tho kindness which
they bad shown bor during her long imprisonment.
The news of the verdict spread through
the city like wildfire, causing everywhere
a proiound sontation. 1 no jurors looked
worn out, palo and haggard Hfter their
lone and tedious confinement.
it is reported thai tne jury at UM stood
nine Tor acquittal and tnrce tor convic
tion, that thoy soon changed to ten to
two, then eleven to one, and that cno
stood for conviction till yoKerday morn
ing.
LAUOUTER LENDS A NEW CHARM
To beauty, when it discloses a pretty set
of teeth. Whiteness, when nature has
sunnliod this element of loveliness, may
to returned tnrougn 1110, ny using ino
fragrant Sozodont. 10-16-dlw.
A ai:M. The Evening Star is tho most
beautiful sheet-iron cylinder wood stovo
nude. It is durable, economical, una tne
poor man's friend. Everybody should
havo one of theso excellent stoves.
10-15-d&wlt.
la Ifartnn ' Mmrnolia Dalm. It performs
this toilet inlraclo by Infusing vitality Into
the skin. The floral and herbal juices of
which It is composed gently stlmulato tno
circulation In tbo minute blood vouels,
and braco tho network of nerves through
which thoy pass. Thus quickened and
strengthened tho external covering soon
acquires a fresh and healthful huo, and
every trace of sallowncss disappears. Tho
palest chceus derive iroin mu ueuiujiuS
baptism of thl delightful cosmetic a
warmor hue, and tho arms, hands and
neck a blonde lustro which the charlatans,
who profess to mako ladies "beautiiui for
ever with mir poisonous cemvm, tn
nover bopo to Imitate. 10-I5lawiw
BOtT HTnRRSt.
SAM WILSON,
D I A L 1 B IN
BOAT STOKES
GROCERIES.
PROVISIONS ETC.
ffO. 110
Onn Levje
Cairo, III.
oiDtM rnoarrLT thud
INHUMAN CE.
FIRE AND MARINE
1 2iT S TJ IR J 3ST O E
Foreign Advertisements.
mow WORKS,
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
noBERTWOOD. TH03.H. HOOT
ROBERT WOOD A CO.
1,134 nidge Ateniic, PhlU'lptbHU, V.
FOUNTAIN! FLOATlSU BWANH
VAHfM -FI1009
-aTATUART- WATER LILIES
DUCKS TURTLES, Ac
For Decorating Fountain.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSE1",
1RDORH, C1IAIRH, BETI'IJBH, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WHoUOIlT-IRON RAILING lot
Front of llouce and Ctmrtrrle. NcTtr Mart
lotro-lncrl.
CAST AND WROUOHT-IRON HAILING fot
Publics Hulltllnga oJ 8tlftrrf, Otnrtrry Lot",
ami Oftfrien Fence, lulvonlei, Roof CrcBtl jg,
etc.. in are! vnrialy of Patterns.
IKON STAIRS. ulrt d I itnlght, ol vtrinu,
alierns ami Mjlet. SpeclM attention given tho
c'as of work.
LAMP POSTH, for Fronts of fublid I!iiililn,
Hotels, and City Strecu, ol Plain nJ Elstorale
"STABLE FITTING'S. of Ctnd Wroii(rht-Iron.
ot New ImproTod Styles, euch aa Hay Ruck,
:lll Divisions, MiwiieTi, Harness llrscUti, Gut
ters, Traps, Vendition, Ac.
WIRE WORK of everr tteserlptljn. Wire
(iusrtls of Crimped WiN,Glvalted r Pintd.
in Plain or Ornsmenlal Patterns, for Stnro Doors
or Win'lows, factory Rn l Warehouso Windows,
Railings for OlUces, Hanks, Counter Railings,
Balconies, Lnwn nd Farm fences, Ac, Ac
GATES for enlrai.ee to Cemeteries, PuM"
Squares ft' it Gentlemen's Country Seats, of (I..
Tubing or Wrought-tron, both single and double.
In elaborate, in 'I simple designs.
DRINKING FOUNTAINH. tor street uses. A
very lsre assortment of designs ejtpre-sly for
this nurnose.
CANT-IRON URINAL I10XEJ, for public parks
anil cur eiree'B.
OVAL VMEM. latest stvles. centennial cattern
HITCHING POSTrf, Jockey, Coolie, Samlio and
plain aeemns. dkm-mh
Assets.......
Assets
Assets..
COMPANIES).
NIAGARA, K. T.,
OERUANIA, N. Y.,
HAXOVER, K. Xn
REPUBLIC, N.
,.11,136,110
..1,WS,711 76
..720 e CO
Assets..
..7U.W5 W
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
Assets
YONKERS, K. Y,
ALBANY CITY,
87S I'A 81
Assets .......
,..4M,193 23
VIBEUEN'S FUND, S. Fm
Assets.,
,A1MH U
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
Assets... -
Stores. Dwellings, Furniture. Hulls and Car
goes, insured at rales as favnrabloas sounu, per
manent security will wsrranU
I reswctfully as Of me ctniens oi vanw,
ahareof their patronage.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK, - - - President,
U. KNOBELSDORr, - - - Becrciary,
Cbas. Reitz,
A. C Kesino,
O'has. Wentiie,
Francis Lapkner,
C. Uirscu,
ORB.
Henry "Weber,
A. Miscn,
Ciias. Verqua,
Ouas. Daeolino,
Vfu. Reikiiardt,
John Feldkawp.
The Ixsl organised and securest company in
tlie nortnwesi. ine oniy couijim n
anteesa cash surrender value.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gek. Ao't,
2Mlv forCiroiid vtelstlty
. II. Morris,
Notary PuUlc.
H. H. Candes
No. Pub. and H. B. Com
Foreign Advertisements.
irr kn rERPKiK.
lltlWHil.1llHM
No Peraosi can take these Bitter accord
lag to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
tticlr bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs wasted bejond tbo
point of repair.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Headache, Pain
in tne Shoulders, Coughs, Tightness or the Chest,
Dizziness, soar Eructations of the Stomach. Bad
Taste In the Month. Billons Attacks, Palpitation of
tne Heart, inflammation or tne Lungs, Pain in the
region of the Kidneys, and a handred other painful
symptoms, are the off-springs of Dyspepsia. One
oouie win prove a oeuer guarantee oi iu menu
than a lengthy advertisement.
f or f emale tompisinu, in young or Old,
married or single, at the dawn ot womanhood, or
the torn of life, these Tonic Bitters display so
decided an Influence that Improvement Is soon
percepUble.
for inntmmiiary sunn unroaic unen
matlsm and Gout, Bilious, Remittent and Inter,
mlttent Fevers. Diseases of the Blood. Liver, Kid
neys and Bladder, these Bitters have no canal.
Snch Diseases are caused by VlUsted Blood.
Tntyare affeniie urtrative aa weiiaa
Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as a
powerful agent in rtueving congestion or Inflsm
matlon of the Liver and Visceral Organs, and in
Billons Diseases.
For Skin Diseases. Emotions. Tetter. Salt-
Rheom, Blotches, Spots, Pimples. Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms, Scald-Uead, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas. Itch. Scurfs. Discoloration of tno skin.
Humors and Diseases of the 6kln of whatever name
or nature, are uterauy dag up ana earned oat
of the ejBtem In a short tune by the nse of these
muers.
Oratemi Thonaanda prOCUUS VINEOAB BIT
TERS the most wonderful invtgorant that ever
sustained the sinking system.
IS. SS. JSCISU.T AS.IS SS VII.
Dragglsta and Gen. Agts., San Francisco, CaL, k
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sts., N.Y.
BULU HI ALi, UilLliUISlS a Ut.Aljt.K3.
FIRE, HULL. CARGO, LIVE STOCK
.ETNA, HARTFORD,
Assets s.oiK.iwi U7
NORTH AMERICA, PA
Assets I2.7M.O0O 00
HARTFORD, CONN.,
Asset I2.5U.J10 72
'Improvement in Cabinet Oroans,
Mr. George W. Scribnor has recently in
vented nn improvement in ltoed Instru
ments, canon -acriuners uuiiiviiig
Tubes." wbieh. from its simplicity and
cfllcaoy far surpasses anything yet pro-
llllCRll.
"Thcso lubes when added to an ordin
ary sized instrument so increase tho vol-
umo of sound, giving at tho samo timo a
soft and Uuto-liko tono to the notes, us to
make it approach to n moderate sized pipo
ifrinn.
P... ,..-....1 i .....
"ivo niivo seen it icaieu. unu wu iinvu
.... , .i -. i ..r
nn limitation in eavini; iiibi lovers ui
music have only to hear tor themselves to
bo convinced ot tno value 01 tnis inven
tion." From the Montreal Daily News.
10-10 tf
Tv v.VKUV QUARTER OF TUB OLOIIE
whom it la known, and there aro few in
deed whom it Is not. the Mexican Mustang
L,inimont takes preceaenco oi an similar
preparations. Its transcondant morits
nave obtained for it a popularity seldom
roach od by any proorloUrv medicine. In
us iniancy tne uat or its success was pro
nounced in the wide-spread endorsement
which it received from physicians, veter
inary surgeons, horsemen and the public
generally. No one now thinks of ques
tioning IU claim to be considered tb
lUndaro nnimasi or America.
10.6-dwlw.
PHCENIX, HARTFORD,
Assets I,781,H8 80
INTERNATIONAL, N.Y.,
Assets I,3W,898 17
PUTNAM, HARTFORD,
Assets rue,""
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Assets isio.MJ OB
HOME, COLUMBUS,
Assets uo,s aa
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Assets 1600,000 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE,
Assets 30,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets - 11,500,000 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
CO,. HARTFORD.
yssets SOO,000 00
INDEPENDENT, BOSTON,
Assets ..- 4w,eaoo
H AFFORD, M011RIS & OANDEE,
CitrMatiesulBaak, CAIRO, ILL
COOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy!
WHITCOMB'S
SYRUP. l,h
Cnres Colic and Orirlnp In
ia Rowtlt. aud fadl. alts
tha procssa ot Testhlcg.
Cnbdass Conml'lons and ovar- I
enrnss all diseases Incidsnt to f aSSCS
lnunta and Cuildrsn, I TTTmq
S. r . rvl. ..I T". . .
WHITCOMB'S--
YRUP. l,u VK-ici:
Itelitvea rain, weakness or I
hauitlonlnl&orOmlnatss,gtv SsfitQi
log tone aod power to tb system. J gjjlTTS,
It Is th. Infants' and Children's Great Soothing
Rerasdv. In all disorders brought on by teething or
any other caatt.
U particular In calling for MRS. WUnCOMB'3
ETRCP.andtakanootbsr.
rrtparaaoy in uhaiiui nwivui, ci.
Loals, Mo. Cold tj DrnggisU and Dsalsra la
Medlflnsi evsrywhrrs.
0.tinr.MEaNDiu.MYOLiQaoi.
OOTdflAMT
PILLS.
n elaanslriF tha blood and aronslng the liver and
seerttlva organs to a healthy action, Dr. Henry's
Kool and riant I'llll cure many complaints wnituii
would not b supposed they could reach, such as
Heavdncbe, Inln la the Hide. Numb
lira of tae llnnda mid Feet, Dullncs,
Ctilllnras. RhrtimntUm, Venralffia,
Lota of Appetite. Illllonsi Dysentery ,
Kidney Alfectlona, fouitlnatlun, I)c-
i.ii 1 1 v. rvm ,i r nil uiiiiih. uvmdoii-
lav, JfaBBdlec. and other kindred complaints
arising from a low state of tha body, or olstructlon
of Its functions. .....
Being free from Msrenry and other poisons they
can be taken at all times and under all circumttau
ces, without regard to diet, business or pleasure.
Tber allmui.ito in weaasnea ami uinemiroj
pirts Into healthy action, giving tliem strength to
disburden themsslves aud throw off the obstructions
which sra the flrt cauia of dliea.e, wltbont
producing either uaiiot or trrlpliitr.
All heavy and drowsy eensatloni, which aro tha
fortrunusrs of direful diseases such as Apoplexy,
lnrnlytlofilrokesj,4c, are effectually warded
off by a few doses of the searching Pills.
Kull dlwdoss arousd f sea tos, la Eb4U.l1, Owaisa, FrsMk
sslfi'sslih. rrttinciitiiui, .....
lTp.rrtbritnOr.ftoi,i.Jlcln C... ft Lmli. Vs.
Sou 1 PrunUu sal Usalsri la MnUdas stirjwbin.
Cat- Dr. nenry'a World' Tonic and
Blood PnrlBer.'
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
tako, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It la better than Bitters, Cordial,
Huchu or Sarsaparllla ., Sold by Druggists
Dr. nenry'a Boot and Plant Pills.
Mild jet thorough no nausea orgrlplng-en-
Ircly vegetable-gTeat liver rtmeay,
cents, Sold by Druggists,
Fries S3
Xra. Whl leo tab'a Syrap.
The great soothing remedy. Price only S3
ients. Glvea rest to the mother and health to
:ne child Sold by Druggists .
Marriage Guide.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Pi ice 50 cents, Address) Da. Butts' Dmktn.
uar, 13 North Eighth Street, St, LooJa, aCo.
a Advertisement.
rrincipil Offico 104 Fifth St., Uiu., 0
THE ONLY RF.LIADLE OIFT DISTRinU-
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S50 OOO OO
IN VALUABLE OIFT8
To bo distributed in
Tj . T3. BUTE'S
nsili fjemi-Annual
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To bo drawn Monday, NovemVr 7th, U72.
One Oka .vu Cai-ital or
$10,000 IN GOLD.
One Prize 15,000 in Silver I
FlvoPrlzps $1,000 3 f
Kivo Prizes COO I OKEENBACK8
Ten Prizes 100 I
Two Family Carriages and Matcchd Ilorsf
wllh Sllver-ilounled Hamca-, worth fl.fiOO
each I
Two Horses and Htifriflca with .Silver-Mount
pil llaniPM. worth ifiUK) eachl
Two Finc-toncd Itoscwood Pianos, worth
sJ.'iOO each I
Six Family Scwlnit Machines, worth
eiuooach!
lo00 Gold nnd Sliver Lever Huntln;
Watches, worth from f 20 to 830(1 ench.
Indies' Oold Lcontlne Chains, (icnt's (lol'l
Vest Chains, Solid and DouMecJ-l'hleil
Sllvcj Table ami Tcni)00ii, 1'IiotoT.tph
Albums, .lewcrir. ivevc .vc.
Whole nuinbcr Olft. 10.0W. Tickets l.Iml
ted to M).000:
AGENTS WANTED TO SELI) TICKETS.
Tii whom Liberal I'rcm Uins will be tiai.l
Slniile Tickets ill Six Ticket S10; Twcl.c
Tickets ?--0; T wenty-nve TicKets w
ririinars containing n lull list of urilva. a di
scriptlonof the n.anner ot drawing, and other
information tn reference to the distribution, III
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
mnst be addressed to L. D. BINE, Ilox, to,
orrii't, Cincinnati, O.
101 West Slh st nov-wAdlt
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized nv State Authority and
Drawn in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Staple dumber Scheme.
60,000 NUMBERS.
Class K, to he Drawn Oct. 31, 187:2.
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000,
SIMMONS AND OLOUGH ORGAN COMPANT'8
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60U ' of 10
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, ?5: Quarter
Tickets, $ 2 CO.
Our lotteries are) chartered by the State, are
always drawn at the lime named, and all draw.
Ings are under tho supervision of sworn com
mUsloners. ....
Tho offlolal drnwlnjr. will be published In the
?t. Loui pspers and a copy sent to purchasers
of tickets.
We will drswaslmll.tr scheme the last day of
every month during the year 1672.
Remit at our rik by poemfflce money order,
f.e'stered letter, draft or express uend for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY, MILLEH A CO.,
P.O. box 2110. St. Louis, Mo.
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THE KENTUCKY
LIBR ARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
S.VW.000 IN BANK TO PAY ALL OIFTs.
A Ki:ll Drawing in Skhit.
$100,000 rOK ONLY 10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert utithor-
icil bv Miccial act of tin- legislature, In ultl
oflhe P.tlillcL.lirnry of Kentucky, unavolU
nlilv po'potietl Iroin Seiitvmber i3 to De
cember 7. and nliiih positively and unctiulv
ooallv occurs in Louisville, Ky. Dcci-mber
7, 1S7-J, without ntrtlier iiclay on any account
whatever, thu followiiu: cnh trill arc for
lltribtitloii by lot anion;; ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH $100,000
ONE Git AND GIFT
I Cah Gift ,) I
1 Caih Gift !UHJ
1 Caih Gift 15,(J
I CashGf IUW"
Cash UIU ,)
Cash Gift '.CO"
1 Cash Gift 7,i"i
t Cash Gift . O.tll"1
1 Casli Gift o.f1"!
1 CahGlft 4,'t)
i i-a.il r.ifi n.ixi
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS, ALL CASH.. ?. "UW)
The money ncceary to pay In lull all II r
oil'cri'il t'ifs In how upon dupoi-lt in I, it
Farmers' and Drover Hank, a will no -ecu
bv the followltt!.' eertltlcate ol the cashier:
Farmers' ask URoVErv hank, i
Louisville, Ky.Sept. 20, 1872.
This U to certllv that mere I now on tic
poit lu thl bank over a half u million o!
dollars to the crcdl ol the Gift Con crt
Fund, fc.ViO.OOO if which Is held by this b ills
nsTrcasti crof tho Public Library of lien-
lucky to pay oil all gilts to he ttwnrued at Hie
drawing.
u. 5. r.An, v.asiucr.
PRICE OK T1CKKT8.
Wholo tickets. t?tO; halve. t?."i; quarter.
f'.frf : 11 who o tlcKCl lor ciisi; m uir m.n
M for ?.00; 113 for $1,000; 225 for $2,500: fii'.
lor t,i(Hl, .mi tiiscouui on ics mail run
worth oftlckcts at n time.
I'ho drawliiK will positively ami tincqtiiv-
ocallytake place December,. Aui'tita are
pereiuptoriiiy rcquiri-u iu vwu nuc mm
maku returns uecemucr-i, in oruer in kc
ample time lor the tlnal nrranement. Or-iIlm-s
tor tickets or atmlicatlom, for ciivular
should bo aililri'-scd to
GOV. THOS. K. ltltA.MI.l-. l i t,
Acent, Kentucky Public Library, Publli
Library Ilulldlnif, Louisville, Ky.
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t Cah Gifts. 2,umeich
U Cash Gifts. l.lsTiirj'h
S(i Cash Gifts. BWIca-.h
!1 Caih Gifts, f mi each
21 Cash Gifts, "no each
33 Cash Gifts. OSIcstl.
15 Ca.hGifn. MOearh
Ml Cash Gifts. liUe.iLh
Ml Caih Gifts. 3 U each
Its) Caih Gifts. SOOiaih
Gli Caih Gifts, lives:!.
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FITTED WITH THF. NEWLY INVENTED
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES
An Invention h.nliiff n most Important hearing nn the luttiro reputation of Kce tnstru
nicnts, by mean or which the quantity of Volume of Tono Is very largely Incre ed, and
the quality of tone rendered
EQUAL TO THAT OF THE BEST PIPE ORGANS (y F
THE SAME CAPACITY.
Our lelcbratcd "Vox Celeste," "Lotil-t Patent." "Wilcox Patent," "Vox Human, a
"Octave Coupler," the charming "Cello" or "Clarionet" Stops, and
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Con bo obtained only In these Organs.
Thirty-five Different Styles, for tho Parlor and thn Church, tho Best Matorial and
"Workmanship. Quality nnd Volume of Tono Unequalled.
Tt-T--?.Tf-1TT!? cfc.tn TO ffeRfin
'actory and Wareroom", Corner Mxth and (.'onre Streets, Detroit. Michigan.
jIlBli-d InlMO.) AtlENTH WANTKI. IN EVKRY COUNTY
Atiaress oiat.viuivs? n vliwuum uiuiak vjo., uetroit, Allen.
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EVER YBO D Y
WANTS TOKNOW .
wnicn is tiu: iscsix MAcmrvEi
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"
"DOMESTIC"
J" Answers tMs
qcestlon, anl
presents a re
cord of success
unpirslleUiin
tie history of
tb invention,
Agents wanted
vsrrwbere.
. ' Address
" DOMK8TIO" 8. M. Oo., New Yorks
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
5Q TO $20 AM?.',. sCffi
p:e,eltht r sex; youDR or old, maka mora mo
wanted
ug peo
monsv
it work f r ua in thalr spare moments or all. tht
tune, than at anvthim else. Paitloulara fr.
Anarass u. dubiub vnis, rmiasa, aaauaa.
s. itptllwly.
A PrlvsstoCoustalor to the Married
or tbo about to Marry, on the Phjsloloclcal ravs
Urieaand ravslatloosof tbt stsnaUvstsm, wllh tha
lata, t discoTtriat la produclna aod Drsvaatuik off
pririf1BrsrTlD;thconiplsalon,4o., This Is as I "TissUds; work of two hoadrsd aad
slsty (. with nanisrous aTvlnfa,ana contains
valtubla lafonoatloa for tbosa who ar ssarrisJor
coDtaraplato marrlan) stlUltlsabook tbatcuaht
to b nadar lock aad key and Dot laid careless! jr
about ihs bottso
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IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOK SALE,rorSai.jKO SALE,
FOR SALE. J KorBal'e I FOR SALE.
Faro from LiviRroor,
Faro from Londcnixkht
Faro from Olahiiow,
Fare from Queenrtown
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $ 4 8 JO
r'srlcrft. Mnrris t fa
tents.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool Mew-Totlc ahd Fhlladelphla
Steamship Company,
caota coaiascr with nmo stitis tno laittsa
ooviamiiaTS
. For Carrvmx tne Mails.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcarnia laroaairios
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New. York, or to
II. Hoepi,
Washington Aveno. Cairn. nois. ji
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ON EASY TERMS I
4 . ....... 1..... tllit,l k.i.'n,, IllllAy II '
v lillllliuiu iam .I,,.,.,, r-. ,v, ,..,.vn ...
Metmpnllii, on the .lont'sboro ltoad, consist
inir of :) acres with t) acres clcarcil anil
other Improvements, now owned und form-
ni-iv nrniniinn. iv .i. i. liHiiiiii'.
TERMS. Onu'-fourtlt down balance in
one, two and thrco years notes secured by
mnrtf.fit.l.. wltll kl V lifl- I'l'llt. llltl-ri-st.
N.ll. The timber IikuoiI and hai never
been culled and no timber will hu penulttei
to bo cut or used, except what U nei-essirj'
lor the wear and tear or tho place, until alte:
the second payment has been made,
For liilonnatlon apply to Jr?fN1E
c8.tf ' ' ' Cairo. 111.
RATCUELORS HAIR DYE.
I'l. I J .nAtol. .1 t ,. .1... I . I ....
in.". ruici u iiuii ujc in iiio ucbs iu sue
world perfectly harmless, reliablo and In-i
stantaueous. No disappointment. The gen
uine A. Ratclielor's Hair Dye produce!
Immediately a natural black or brown. Doea
not stain tho skin but leaves the hair cleani
soft nnd beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. Soltl by all dnigtrists. Fac
tory, Ul Ilond street, . Y.
lU-eod-w-ly.
ON MARRIAGE.
Happy relief to yotinjr men from the effect
of error and abuse In early life. Manhood
rctorcd. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook and crlcu
lars sent free. In sealed envelops.
Addre. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St.. Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stltution bavin? a hlph reputation for honor
alii i-nn.liict and professional skill
8-16ditw3m
CLEAR AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation In one hot-
tie, as easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray nair us natural color anu youthful
appearance, to erauicate aim prevent uanu
riitf, to promote the growth of the hair and
Mop ltiOallingotit. 1. is entirely harmles, and
perfectly Ireu frcm any poisonous substance
and will, therefore, take tho place of all the
dirty and unpleasant preparations now in
use. Numerous testimonials have been sent
ns from many of our most prominent citi
zens, lit everything In which the articles
now In use are objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY, Is perfect. It Is warranted
ty contain neither Supr of Lead Sulphur or
Nitrate of Slh it, It doe not soil the clothe
or scalp. Is agreeably perfumed, and makes
one of the best dressim; for the Hair in use.
It restores tho color of the Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion," nnd always tloes so In from three to
ten days, tlrtuallv leeilliitf the roots with the
nourishing t)ualltles necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition: It restors the de
cayed and Induces a new growth of the
Hair mora positively than anything else.
The application of this Wonderful discov
ery also produces a pleasant ami cooling
ettcct on the scalp ami gives the Hair a
pleasing and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for It aud take no
other. If ho has not got it let him order It
Price $1 per bottle.
ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington D,C,
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY A CO.,
General Agents, Philadelphia,
JNO. V HENRY and P. C. WELLS CO.,
New York, and to be had ot Wholesale
druggists, everywhere. IKKitf
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our advice ami purchase, your ticket,
over tie old reliable and popular Missorai Pi
nna Ksusnsii, which la positively the only Ilia
tunning three daily express trains froraBt. I.oua
to Kansas Cily and the west I and is pocltivaly
tho only line whloh ruus I'ullmin pala-o slMpora
and fine day coacnee. especially for movers,
equipped with Miller's saleiy platform, and lb
patent steam brake, from at. Louis to Kan's
Oitv. Ft. .-scotr, Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son. St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Bluffs
am Omaha libimt change I For Information la
rrnard to timetables, rates. As., to any poiat la
.Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Tolas , aad
Caliurnla, call upon or address b. U.Tbomioi,
Agenl. Missouri Pacific R. K. Columbus. Ohio 1 or
II. A, Ford, General Passenger Agent, B4. Louis,
Mo. , .
No trouble to answer correspondence.
WuudT
WOOD I I WOOD 1 1
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap, It stejt Cheaper
bad any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on tha alates at the VostoBce and at Koas
sal yifdi M COBWaarolaJ Meaue, iobu
'MA umI twilfth (streets, Cairo. Illinois. 1
1a ZkUMtA the wood
OKMMU MALCY.
coal
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AGENTS WANTED.
f STf
L'HR 31ASTEK BPiniT8 0'TIll! ULD,
AND
Tiik Tiikasuhk House ov Amwuca..
THE QREAT DOOK OF THE TEAR.
Agents report tele or to IN
in ate
wlsounereWa.
ddrese J.W.eWODtPEJUS
Now York, CUcac
w.uneies.
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