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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1872.
Home Advertisements.
BII.LIAKBN.
ST. NICHOLAS J
1.." A-
BILLLIARD HALL
HARRY WALKER & CO., Prop'ra
Thli houe la newly titled up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
Suitable for all kinds of
PLAYERS.
The saloon In stocked with Hie licit
lirandsof
WINKS,
LIQUORS,
and CIGARS
MIXED ZDZRTILTKS
are compounded In the most approved etylc
C3T Come uml see lor yourelf. They keep
on hand a Hue hUick of
COLD WEISS BEER,
SOHWEITZER CHEESE AND 1IOL
LAND HERRING.
ItK FKES II MKNT TABLES
are spread morninir and evening at 10
o'clock, at which alt are Invited to partlc
pate free ol charge. 8-1 1
intrust.
X)k,tjo- Store.
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
Our now
RETAIL AND PRESCRIPTION
DETJG STORE.
in
BTTDEB'S BLOCK
Cor. Wsushlngton At. nad Elshtb . ,
Is now
3E1 XT L li OPBHED.
Where we will keep
A COMPLETE STOCK
-OK-
FAMILY MEDICINES,
FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES,
FINE PERFUMERY,
BRUSHES,
COMU9
SICK-ROOM AND NUR9ERT APPLUNCE9, 4
ICE COLD:
Our Pure 8P.UUa.INO SODA WATER
AMD
GENUINE FRUIT SYRUPS
Can uot he excelled , Wo also draw the
GENUINE SARATOGA
and
BLUE LICK WATERS
CAIRO BULLETIN.
HARRY BASSETT.
111S DEFEAT ON THE 5TII ' HY
MONARCHIST.
there 7
Turf, Field and Farm.
Fair lady, do you aak what horao goes
ere 7 Why, pardon, but you ahould
know without the asking Thoro is only
ono choatnut In tbo world with aueh
proud and lofty carriage, with aueh grace
ful, caay, springy atrido, and that cheat
nut aporta tho blue and red of McDanlel,
and la called Harry Baisot. Tho strength
of Horculea reposes in ovory limb and
joint, swolls in ovory cord and muiclo,
and yet the horao dances as airily as a
feather, aklms tho turf as lightly as a swat,
low. Win 7 Of couno ho will win.
Monarchlat ia a good horae, but ho ia no
match for the conqueror of Long
fellow. It la shocr folly to run
tho bay and clvo out the hopo that ho ia
able to beat tho chcitnut. Know you that
thoodds aro twelvo to one, and that blda
go begging at that7 Why, then, do you
wiah to stay hero and look tamely on while
Monarchist cuts bis own throat and Has
sett gallops homo for tho sako of the
money 7 Oh I you wiah to aco Harry Ilaa
aott in action. Well, then, havo your
way. Wo muat foregotho champagno for
a littlo while, but wo will enjoy It all tho
moro when we do hear tho cork pop and
the wine Hz and ruih. Hear onco again,
howevor, that tbo struggle will bo no
struggle at all. It will bo tho tamest of
tamu atlalra, for thu chestnut will win in
a cantor. Yea, Monarchist is a handaowe
bono, and ho has as good apedlgreoaanny
In the stud book j but then ho Is not a
Uassctt, and it is a waito of time to discuss
tho question. When n king throws down
tho glove, none but a king should pick It
up. You aay tho hay looks woll by tho
lido of that chestnut thoro at the score
You aro right, but mark! tho flag is down
and they are off. Still the race is scarcely
worth looking at. Hut, heavons I see bow
Mnnarr-hltt In eutllni? out tho WOfk. He
hat Bet tbo pico fait, and evidently
moana to follow Undo John Harp
or1 maxim of running from 'eend
to eend.' Ho is leading around tno biuii,
but this Is onlv tho beginning, and Bai
tett 1 simply playing with him. A word
Irom Rom, and ho will leavo him llko tbo
flash of light loavos behind it tho report of
h i.iin. Yuu never saw finer motion than
you now oo In thu chcitnut. Mark woll
tuo contrail, w nuo jiassmi.
liko oiled machinery, Monarchist plunge
forward with doiporate, labored effort.
Ave. sit as llehtlv In tbe aaddlo ai you
can, Hayward, and throw your weight
upon till atrotig shoulders, xor you need to
nurse his strength. Tho plnce Is too hot
for you to hold' It long. You are riding
your hone Into exhaustion anu
death. They thunder down the home
stretch, and now jou ico the chestnut
draw away from tlu bay us they go under
the string. A mllo in lHa is terriDie on
aueh a heavy track, but then it Is sure to
tell most on Monarchist, since the mettle
ol BaMctt haa been tried on sterner fields,
and ho runs without jar or friction. But
the bay haunts him llko an avenging
spirit. "A'b theycomototho bluff, McDan
lel ahouU to Roe, "Go on, and keep out of
the way," and, obedient to tho command,
tbo jockoy preiies tho horso to a stronger
effort. And yet Monarchlit keeps grimly
at tbe laddle'-girtln. Clearly ho means
to fight it to the bitter end. They come
down the itretch thil timeatilower pace;
still tbe work is hard and earnest. The
two tnilee aro finished in 3.3" J. Now you
will tee Bassett shake oil tin antagonist.
Mark with what eaio he docs it. True,
ho does not lead much. It la not neces-
aary that he should do so. Ho can widen
tho daylight between him and his compet-
Itor whenever noe snail give uirn ui
head. It is only child's play for him to
.1.. -V-.. 1.,. !!,... Itl
ocai me uav. iuu uuu s- ih-j ;
Woll, then, wait and lee. Ah I Monarch
ist is airain atruecllni: for tho lead. Tho
dark bluo is clangorous aometlmcs, but
thli la not one of tho days in which It scat
tors diamay. You saw" Preakness beaten
by Tubman a lew minutes ago. rray
tpll how can Sanford hopo to
brine the bluo and red under a
cloud when it rides with the cham
pion of tho Now World 7 Tho horses aro
now lost from view around the turn. Be
patient. You will ice Harry Basiott show
his heels to Monarchist when they again
burst into sight. Miitaken7 Yes. Roo
has felt the bavand he knows ho can leave
him at his pleasure Like a bird ho will
11 v uwav from him in tbo final run down
the home-stretch. Sco them come around
the turn. Now, groat and glorious Bas
ictt, is your time to show of what hollow
stuff your presumptuous rival ia made.
But, God of Abraham I Great Jehovah I
tbe king falters 1 His stride shortens. Ho
is laboring. Tbe machinery clogs.
The tall goea In tho air. ltoo doua
hla beit; but tne chestnut wavers, anu me
duapiaed Monarchist is making tbe
ibo iront. atust wo ueuove our oyes i
Tho champion is beaten. Tho dark blue
Is riding straight to victory, and two
thousand men hnvo gone mad with excite
ment. Even tho stern, placid face of San
ford U aglow with emotion. I ho iron res
olution flinches not under crushing defeat,
but It melts uway like snow beneath an
April sun with tho prospect of so great a
victory staring him in the face. Blanched
cheoks are on all side", for tho defeat of
tho favorite carries disaster to the pocket.
The odds so recklessly laid must be calmly
and scrupulously paid. As thev reel past
the grand stand both horses show dis
troes, but Monarchist is tbo most resolute,
und ho carries tho dark b'.uo under tho
string tho winner of ono of tho proudest
triumphs over achieved on tho turf. Tho
three miles are run in 5:34). There is a
perfect storm of enthusiasm now. Pale
and trembling, McDanicl passes, down tho
quarter-stretch, to look nfter his favorite,
and tho wild cheers that greet Sanford
and Monarchist and Hayward aro tho
very bittor of bitterness to him. To
swallow defeat undor such circumstances,
is to swallow a cup of gall and worm
wood. Tho hordo of black rubbers and
ridors beyond tho railing cortainly think
tho day of jubileo has como, Thoy laugh
and gestisu'ato, and shout llko lunatics,
Tho spoil of lassitude is brokon in earnest.
isxcltoment uounus tnrougn every vein,
and quivers in every norvo. What earn
wo who wina tho other races now. Aftor
this all must be tamo. Come, wo will
open a bottlo of wino in tho club houso,
and drink to tho success of Sanford and
the dark bluo.
Also, a choice lot of Cigars, of oxtra qual
ity, soiu at reasonaoie priced, uut
PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT
Will receive especial attention and care,
lielncr at all houra In charge of comnotetil
and careful parties. Prescriptions carefully
compounded at an nours uay ornignt.
NONE BUT THE PUREST AND BEST
MEDICINES DISPENSED.
Our Homo Advertisers.
IKNCBABICR.
FIRE AND MARINE
I IT S TJ IR, .A- IT O El
COMPANIES.
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
Assets
..I1,4JC,21C
OHMANIA, K. Y.,
Assets -J. l.OM.TM 78
11AN0VXB, N. Y.,
Assets..
72 M U
REPUBLIC, M. Y.,
Assets
Comprising the Underwriters' Aftency,
TON KERB, K. Y.,
Asset
Asset
..S78 i'A tl
ALBANY CITY,
... SW.193 23
urimen'b fond, a. r.,
Aset.. . 678.600 08
SECURITY, N. Y. MARINE,
isseta 1.8M.M9
Htoie. Dwelllnga, Kurnlture. Ilulla and Cr
nor, InsurM at ratu a (arorableM aound, per
minent oecuritr will wrrnU
I resix-ctfullr ak of the cltltena ol Cairo,
sh.r.ofih.ir patroaaKe. fc
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
co:m::p.a.:n"2-.
of chicago, illinois.
ASSETS $600,000.
JOHN A. HUCK. - - - Presidont.
U. KNOBELSDORFF, - -. - Secretary.
0R!.
Cms. Reitz. Ukry Weiier,
A. C. Kkmno, A. Mi!cii,
Jixah. Wenthe, Ciua. Vekoiia,
Francis Lai-knkr, Ciias. Daeolino,
U. Hirkcii, Wm. Reiniiaiiht,
John Felpkami'.
The hel organlied and securest companv In
the northoeat. The only company whuli ur.
anleea a cash sarrrndtr tdlue.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
24-llT
rortlronnd vlelnlljr
V,. II. Morrit,
Notary Public.
11. II. Candee
No. Pub. nd P. H. (Vitn
IITSTJEE.
FIRE, HULU CARGO, LIV STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
i:TNA,HABTKOKl,
Asseta - (IS.MJ.MI 'j7
KORTU AMERICA. PA.,
Asatts ..?2,7.1,OCO w
HARTFOKD, CONN.,
Aeset 82,44 4,210 72
rn(ENIX, HARTFORD,
Asset 11,761,114 Si
INTERNATIONAL, N. T
Axstt . .H,3i3,r-B 17
1'UT.NAM, HAHTFORI),
Asftts J7M.937
CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
Anel f J15.C73 t
IIOME.COLCMDUS,
Asset I1J5.27S 13
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
As.et - SKio.O'JO 0
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. LIFE.
AM-et 9J,000,0ll W
TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Assets - Jl.GOO.OCO 00
RAILWAY PASSENGERS ASSURANCE
CO., HARTFORD,
VMets fSOH.WO 00
INDEPENDENT, I10STON,
Aseta t630,8C2 00
S AFFORD, MORRIS &CANDEE,
71 Ohio !
City National Ttanlc, CAIRO. ILL.
WINEN AMIS I.IUOUHSi.
CT. C.SMITH,
noititu ami arrtiL ratnaa in
I WINES AND LIQUORS I
M.VhKs and Faces. Lndios who mask
thoir faces and necks with enamels en
danger their huallli to no purposo. Tho
plaster work deceives nobody. Thoro Is
but ono arllola known which restores a
blomisbed complexion or croatos external
brilliancy and bloom wboro thoy havo
novor horetoforo existed, and that articlo
Is Uagan's Magnolia Balm. It performs
this toilet mlraolo bvinfuslnc vitality into
tho skin. Tho floral and horbal juices of
which it is composed gontly stimuiaio tuo
circulation in tho mlnuto blood vessels,
and brace tho network of nerves through
which thoy pass. Thus quickoned and
strengthened tho external covering soon
acquires a fresh and healthful hue. and
every trace of sallowness disappears. Tbo
palest obeeki derivo from thobeautifying
baptism ot tins aougniiui cosmotla a
warmor hue, and tbo arms, hands and
neck a blondo lustro which tha charlatans
who profess to make ladies "beautiful for-
.,' wish thalr nntinnnna Mmant
naver hope to imitate. 10-lBdwlw
I l
And proprietor of ne" aud t-pendid
BILLIARD IHLA-IjIj
NO. 75 OHIO I.KVEE,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keens constantly on hand tho choicest of
Wines and Llquorn, which he will t-ell at tho
very lowest tlt'urea. Call and examine.
i-uuiy
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS, J
onto lxvxx
IIAIRU. ILLINOIS.
Also, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete stock of
liq,tj-o:r,s-
UOOTOII AND IBIBU WHISKIES
-a i n b,
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Winos
RJ1IYTH & CO. sell exclualrely for cash, to
, which fact thev Invite the eapeclal atten
tion ef elose barcaln buyera.
Foreign Advertisements.
IRON WORK.
PHILADELPHIA
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS
R0I1EHT WOOD. THOS. H. ROOT
ROBERT WOOD & CO.
1.136 Rldie Avenue, I'hlUdclpMn, P.
FOUNTAINS FLOAT! NU 8WANB-
VASES -FROOS-
STATUARY WATER LILIES
DUCKS TURTLES, Ac
FnrDecorallnK Fountains.
VERANDAHS, SUMMER HOUSES,
IHBORS, CHAIRS, BETTERS, Ac, Ac.
NEW STYLE WROUOlI'MRON RAILING Jor
Front of Houce and Cemeteries. Never tfore
Introduced.
CAST AND WROUOHT-IRON RAILINGS for
Publlo Ilulldlnga and Squares, Cemetery txite,
and OardeD Fences, Balconies, Roof Crestlias,
etc., in gret variety of Patterns.
IRON STAIRS. Spiral and straight, ol various
i alterns and atylea. Special attention Riven this
clata of work.
LAMP P03TH. for Fronts of Public IJnlMlnn..
Hotels, and City Street, ol Plain and Elalorale
lelgn.
BTAIILE FITTIN04. of Castand Wrnnnlit.Iron.
ol New tmprove.1 Style, such as Hay Racks,
Stall Division", Mangers, Harness llrackets, CJUC
ters, Trap, Ventilators , Ate.
WIRE WORK of every description. Wire
Guard of Crimped Wire, Oalvanlted i r Painted,
in Plain or Ornamental Patterns, for Store Door
or Windows, Kaetory and Warehoun Window,
imiiidk lor uuice. nnnK, touDier Killing,
Italconles, Lawn tnd Farm Fence, Ac, Ac
GATES for entrance tu lVintr. Pnt.li.
Squares ad Gentlemen's Country Seat, of G
lUDinttor wrougni.iron, mui icgie anu douMp,
Inelaborate, and ltnple UenUu.
DRINKING FOUNTAINS, lor street uses. A
very larae assortment of designs expressly for
thi purpose.
CAftT-lltON URINAL H0XE9, for public parks
aodcltv strt-ela.
OVAL VAHEH, lstet styles, centennial patUrn.
IIITCIIINO VMTH. Jocker. Coolie. HamlKi and
plain denttfns, 4 Aeod-Cm.
F. M. 8TO0KFLETH,
aooccaaoa tq roHLi a atocaruTH
Rellier and Wholraatle Dealer In
Foreign and Uoraeallo
WINES AND LIQUORS.
No. 62 Ohio Lxvn,
OAIUO, ILLINOIS
BK keeps on hand constantly a full alork c
Old Kentuoky Bourbon, Rye and alononaa
i Whlakiaa. French Urandlta. Holland Oin
Rklne and CalKonilaWlnea JanSO
IJIU I.V.ILJ.JJ.TJ
lltlATll.llnlH
So Peraon can take these miters accord
Ins to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not detroyed by mineral polon or
other means, and vital organs wasted beyond tho
point or repair.
Dysnrptt or Indigestion, Headache, Tain
In the Slioaldcrn. Coughs, Tlghtnes of the Chest,
Dizziness, bour Eructations ol the Stomach, Uaii
Taste In the Month, liilloas Attacks, Palpitation ot
the Heart, Inaammatlon of the l.ungi. Pain In the
region of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
symptoms, are the otr-aprtngs or Dyspepsia. Ono
bottle win prove a better guarantee ot Its merits
than a lengthy advertisement.
For Female Complaint, In JOUDg or Old,
married or single, at the dawn at womanhood, or
the turn or lire, these Tonic Hitters display so
decided an Influence that improvement Is soon
perccntlble.
Far Inflammatory and Chronic Ilhcn
malum ana (.out, Bilious. Remittent and Inter
mlttent Fevers, Diseases of the Blood. Liver, Kid.
neya and Bladder, thee Bitters have no canal.
Sach Diseases are caused by Vitiated Blood.
They are a gentle Purgative aa well aa
a Tonic, possessing the merit of acting as a
powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam
mation or the Liver and Vbwral Organs, and In
bilious Diseases.
For Skin Dlaeaaes, Eruption, Tetter, Salt
Rheum, Blotches, Spots, Itmplta. Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring-worms. Scald-Head, Sore Eyes,
Erysipelas. Itch, Scarfs. Discoloration or the sktn.
Humors and Diseases or the Skin or whatever name
or nature, are literally dag op and carried out
of tbe Bittern in a short time by the use or these
Bitters.
Grateful Tliousanila proclaim YlNEOAR BIT
tkr3 the most wonderful invtgorant that ever
sustained the sinking system.
It. II. .TIcDO.NALD fc CO.
Druggists and Gen. Agta., San Francisco, Cal., A
cor. or Washington and Charlton bin., N.Y.
BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE QSSAT
Soothing Remedy!
WHITCOMB'S
YRUP.
ibudii ana luuareQ,
ME3. (
WHITCOMB'S p.
the Jlowli, and full, atta
tn process ot Teeming.
Snbdnes Conmlslons and over-
comts all diseases Incident to r -LJ.ini
I nbnta and Children. I
Cores filarrhoea, rysents-
aai cummer Lornpiaici,
Children ol all ages.
r-elieres pain, weakness or ex- I
biuitlonln IS orlOmlnutss.gtv- mf
leg tone sod power to the system. J qITTS
II Is the Infants' and Children's Great Eoothlng
Remedy, In all disorders brought on by teething or
any other cause.
Uepartlcular In calling for MBS. WHITCOMB'S
EYRUP, and take no other .
Prepared by the GRAFTOV MEDICINE CO., St.
Louts, Mo. Bold by Druggists and Dealers In
Medicine, everywhere. .
jeUy.ME AND IU.DOYQU.OQOa-
;OOTflAMT
P1XLS.
By cleansing tbe blood and arousing the liver and
secretlre organs to a healthy action, Dr, Henry's
Boot and Plant Pills cure nnuy complaints which It
would not be supposed they could reach, such as
IleadncbOt I'nln In tho Wide, Nuinli
iieaa of tbo Ilnntl mill Teet, DuIIm-M,
Chlllnrait IthPiinintlania NcuriilKlu,
I.oaM of AppclltP. IlilloiiN laynvntrrj',
Hldnejr Alfcctiona, CaiiHtliiutlou, I)o
bllitr. Fevers stf nil kinils, Dynpep-
lr, Janudlcc-t and other kindred complaints
arising from a low state ol tho Ludy, or oUtructloa
of Its functions.
Being Tree rrom Mercury and other poisons they
can be taken at all times and under all clrcnuiiUn
cee. without re-rard to diet, btxlnei or pleaiure,
Thev etlmul.ito the weak tut d anil distempered
parts Into healthy action, gltlog thsra strength ta
disburden themielves and throw oil the obstructions
which are tbe flr.t cause of illieo-o, without
proiluclnff cither unuaen or arrlplsiir.
All heavy and drowsy sensations, which are the
f irerunnersordlretuldlseaiesruch as Apoplexy,
PurnlytlcNtrohPx.Ao.are effectually warded
off ty a few doee of these searching Pills.
Full dlrf Uoni around c tea bat, la EuUiU, Ucrtuu, Frcach
entHpKblib. Vret ss Cfoti a boi.
l'rn.rfl tj tht Orfu-i MMicluo Co., Bt. Looli. U.
boll t Prulu tfii Utaliriia Mvdklfis CTir;birs.
ro Dr. Henry's World's Tonic and
Blood IMirlUer.'
It la the rrcat household remedy, pleasant to
taks, yet potent for the prevention and euro of
diseases. It la better than Bitters, Cordial,
lluchu or Baraaparilla, Sold bj- Druggist
Dr. Henry' Root and Plant PUla.
Mild jet thorough no nausea orgTlpltig en
tirely vegetable great liver remedr. rrlec 25
:cnts. Sold by Druggists,
Mra, Whltcomb'a Syrap.
The gnat soothing remedy. Trlco on'.y S3
sent. Gives rest to the mother and health to
the child BoldbyDrngglat.
Marrlairo Guide.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kew
Cncrravlnga, Two-hundred and aizty Pages,
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' Advtxtlaement.
C-rn tVCi (SOA V Annt wanted
7)) l) Q6J All cl.iaea of working peo
ple.eltlu r sex, young or old, make more money
at work for ua In their a pare momenta or alt. the
tune, than at aujthini else. Pellicular free
Address 0. Htlnson k Co,, Portland, Mala.
iptl6wly.
Foreign Advertisements.
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Principal Offico 104 Fifth St., Uiu., 0
THE ONLY HELIAIILE GIFT DISTRIBU
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IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
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GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be drawn Monday, November 7th, 182.
One Okand Capital or
S10,000 IN GOLD.
OnkI'kizk $5,000 in SilvkbI
Klvorrlzea $1,000 r
Fivo Prizes 600 GREENBACKS
Ton Trizea 100
Two Family Carriage" and Matcclul llorf
wlllt Silver-Mounted Hamcs?, worth ?l,r00
each 1
Two Uorsettond Uufc'glcs with Silver-Mounted
Harness worth W each!
Two Fine-toned Itoscwood I'lauos, worth
8.VW t-at-lt !
Six Famllv Scwlnir Muclilnc, worth
SlOOcachl
l.Vji) Hold and Silver I.ever Hunting
Watches, worth fromS'JU to S-ToO each.
Ladle-' Gold l.eontlne Chnlli", (Jent'a (iol-l
Vet Chains, Solid ani Dollliletl-l'l.iteil
Sllvej Table and Tca-poon, l'hotograpli
Alltim, Juwcrlv, A:c tVc, tc.
Whole number (lift, 10.000. Tickets Limi
ted to W.txa):
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To whom Liberal Frcinlumv will bo jiald.
Slni'lo Tickets 62: tlx Tickets t-10; Twcl.o
Ticket- ZX); Twenty-ilvc Tickets $10.
Circular" containing a tullll-tuf prle, ade.
scrlption of tiie n.anner ol drawing, ami other
information in refptenco to the distribution, ill
be sent to anyone ordering them. All lettera
must be addressed to L. U. blNE, Il'ix, 80,
nrriri, Cincinnati, (l.
ini Wrstth st nov-wAdls
S300,O0O.
MISSOURI STATU LOTTERY.
Lkoalizkd iiy State Authority and
Drawn in l'unnc in St. Louis.
Grand Sinplo Xutnber Sclioinc.
.r)0,000 NUMI1ERS.
Class K, ro iik Drawn Oct. 31, 1872.
6,880 Frizes, Amounting to ?300,000.
1 l'rlioof..
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5") l'rlfeeof...
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4 " of. . S,iU J " of
4 " ot 2,W M " of .,
Vt " or....... l.imo sc ' of
20 " of 6") iw " or
to or uiu win or
Tickets $10; Half Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets, 2 60.
Our lotteries are chartered by the Btate, are
alwajs driwn at the time named, and all draw
inga are under tho supervision or sworn com
miriioner. The oHinlal drawing will be, published in the
ct. Loul papers and n copy stnt to pnrcbasera
of ticket.
Wewllldrw aslmllar echeme the last day of
cerv month during the )ear 172.
'Itemitat our risk by posmtHco mnney order,
feg'stord letter, draft or eaprc-i" Hen-l fnr cir
cu.ar. Address, JIUIUtAY, MILLEK A CO.,
I', tl. box 2116. St. luls, Mo.
4-lMawtv
THE KENTUCKY
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MOSEY ALL UP.
$.Vh),000 IN HANK TO FAY ALL filFTS.
A Fb'LL DltAWIMl IN SlOIIT.
$100,000 FPU ONLY $10.
At the .Second Grand (51ft Concert author
ized hv .-pocial act of the IcMaturc, In aid
or the 'i'.tbllc Library of Kentucky, unavoid
ably po'poned Irom September -S to Oe-cembt-r
7, and which nn-itlvely and iineinilv
ocnllv occurs in Loul- ille, Ky. Deccmlirr
7, lfrti, without further delay on any account
whatever, Uib following ca-h frill aro lor
ill-tributiou by lot among ticket holders :
OXK Oil AN I) OlFT. CAS.1I flOO.OOO
ONK OKAND OIFT M.uOO
1 Cash Gift ii.OoO 4 Caih Gifts. .'ssicich
1 Cashf.ifi .1HSO
1 CahGift 15.C10
1 CuhGif lU.Wsl
I Caih Gilt t'.iso
1 Caih Gift f .eOi)
1 Cash Gift ,("
1 Caih Gift C.uini
I Cash Gift 3.1" "I,
1 Cash Gift IO-
1 Uathliilt
TO
uni.iit 4v ,tuu lasniiins. n
ithGlft a.fssi Al-. Cash Gifts. KOi
I'AL, 1,000 GIFTS, ALL OAsiL.fWX),
li Cash Gifts
SO Cash Gifts.
21 Cash Gifts.
a Cash Gifts.
3i Cash Gifts.
IJ Ca.h Gifts.
SO Cash Gifts.
Ml Cash Gifts.
100 Cash Gifts. 2tliafh
K0ea:li
,000
l.WOea'h
tasica'.h
eweach
Ti-Jeach
Osieaii.
!m earh
lolcach
a Oeach
The money necci-'ary to pay In lull all II v
offered kITi- I now upon dcpolt in tun
Fanners' and Drovers li.tnk, as will lie -ecu
by this followliiu' ccrillicali! of the ca-liler:
FAii.MKit.V ANi Ditovr.r-' Hank, 1
Louir-viLLi:. Ky..!Sep. 2d, 187J. J
Thi-Is to certify that tlicro is now on de
posit In this hank over a half a million ol
dollars to the rredl ot the Gift Con-crt
Fund, ir()0.is) -if whlcli Is held by thli b'Ulk
asTreau erof tho l'ulillo Library of Ken
tucky to pay oil" all glfti to be awarded at tho
urawitiL'.
It. S. VKACII, Ca-hlcf.
1'itici: or tickets.
Wliolo tickets, $10; halves :: ll.trtpr,
?'J.rnj: 11 wliolo tickets for $100; '.IS lor v?'Jii;
Ml for $:0); HI) for $1,000; 'J-J-'i ror $-J,.')00; TiV.'i
lor $." not), No discount on les than jluii
worth ortlckets at a time.
Tho drawing will po-ltlvcly mid unequiv
ocally take place December 7. Agcuti tiro
perotiiptorllly nwiulroil to i-lo-o ealcH and
make return. l)i'ct!iiibi'r'J."i, lu order to glvo
ninnlu time lor I lie llnal iirraiiL'cmeiit--. Or
der-lor ticket-, or application- for circulars
should bo addrcwd to
GOV. TIIOS. L IIKAMLKTTL',
Agent, Kentucky I'llbllc Library, l'libll.
Lfi.rary Ilulldlng, Louisville, Ivy.
EVERYBODY
WANTS TO KNOW
Tvnicn is Tiiu uussx MAciinvEt
THE "LIGHT RUNNING" A A A. -
J'SOIIESTIC
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"Answers wis
qseitlon, and
presents a TO
cord of asccesi
unparalleled In
tbe history of
the Invention.
Agents wanted
eterrwhere.
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aaaresa .
"DOMESTIC" 8. M. Co., New York.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
A Prl vMeConnaelor to tbe Harriet!
or those about to Marry, on the Physiological uiys
terlss and revelations of the sexual jystsm, with tha
latest discoveries Id producing and preventing off.
spring, preserving the complexion, Ao
t Thla fa an I greeting work of two hundred and
,XJ Jaa, with numerous engra sings, and contain
valuable Information for those who are married or
contemplate marrlagai still It Is a book that ought
to be under lock and key and not laid caralesal
about tha' bouse,
ast tiuini (Ftm of sukIw.) he liar Csats. ji 14m,
Dr, Biitu- Vlfmutj, N. I jS. CibU Burnt, a Ulf,lse.
1 voiiei to tu imints i tnmtTnriT&
C7 Bsrors arr'jtu se ia urlwi Qmaa kea4ieUie la
AUs rapefe. er wu snQuit BmmSIm, Vfnm Of. Its'
asm
"bur Homo Advertisora.
isncorr.
P. G. Schuh.
Home Advertisements.
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I of not les than six quires each at the follow
, lug low rates :
MEDrTJ JvT,
' Weston, best tiallty, six iiulres and
i upward, Kussla end and bands, slxe
or page 11 Jxl8 inches, pcrriulre... 91 25
I he price per ftilre of same books
In M. Lotil, ut the cheapest manu
facturing establishment In that city,
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DEMY,
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FOR SALE.
ON EASY TEKMSI
A valuable farm within seven miles o!
Metropolis on the Jones-horn Jtoad, con-lst-ing
of iiXI acres with 00 ai-ref cleared aim
other Improvements, now owned and form
erly occupied, by J. T. Kcnnle.
TKKMS. One-fourth down balance in
one, two and tlireu years notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent, interest.
N. II. Tho timber is good and hat never
been culled and no timber will be permittei:
o be cut or iicd, except what is nece-.-ary
lor the wear and tear of tho place, until afte.
llio second payment Iris been made.
For Information apply to
J.T. KL'NNIK
0-8-tf Cairo, ill.
WUUDI WOOD II W UUD It
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Aa Cheap, It not Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo, Leavo order
011 the slates! at tho Po-dotUce and at Kos
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth streets, Cairn, Illinois. 1
give good measure and will cord tho wood
up if desired,
ai'glO-tf DENNIS UALKY.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STRKET,
nKTWKlCN WASH'N AYKNUK AND WALNUT
!r. D. K. Fields larorma tna puhllo that he has
opened a
L I V R it r s T a a L E
on tho norlhweel aide of Tenth alreet aa name-I
nub'tables will ba furnished with nana but the
BEST HORSES
AND GOOD VEHICLES.
and the public, saay oa aeconuoodated at all hnura
of the dav and night wltb tale teams oa the LOW
EST TKRMS
Dr.FUIde aska at aha ol publlo pairoaag.
od will endeavor to aaant it by fair dealing and
id atlwuoa to buaiaeae,
j ROYAL,
, six ipilres and upward, page 12x19,
' per riulro. II 5
Trice per riulio In St. Louis of same Is. 7ft
SUPEE EOYAL,
six ciulrcs and upward, pago 14x20,
, pertitiirc.. ... 2 00
Frlce per quire In St. Loula f 2 00
.Other Hooks proporllpnatcly cheap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
warranted ol the best quality.
Mtl-lc, Magazines and that clas of books
we will bind In Oenuiite Morocco in the very
best style, Cloth or Paper, nt 75 cents to 1
per Volume. Price or same In St. Louis Is
tfl Ol) to $1 W.
A COMPARISON OF OUK PRICES WTfH
I OTHER ESTAULISUMENTS
will at once show the advantage of patron
izing tht liulletlii Ulnderv.
tf. JOHN 11. OlIERLV, Proprietor.
IMMIhRAaTTltlstTa
1 IMMIGRANT TICKETS
1 FOR SALE, ) Fr sale FOR SALE,
I FcrSale I '
1 FOR SALE. J Fof tU'l I FOR SALE. '
Faro from LiriRrooL,
Faro from Londcndsrrt
Faro from OLAfoow,
Faro from Qdkn8Towi
TO CAIRO, :::::::: $48 20
INMAN LINE
Liverpool New-Totk ahd Philadelphia
St3amship Company,
csiosa coataacr with catrxn atavaa aao aatvtsa
oOTsamctsTS
For Carrying tne Mails.
J FOIt PASSAGE TICKETS
! oa tianiia ixroaattTioa
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, Aqt.
IS Broadway, New-Tork, or lo
II. II o ta p t ,
WMhlngton Arence. Cairn. noia. ji
Hl'KCIAt, WOTICEa.
BATCHELOltS HAIR DYE.
This superb hair dye Is the hest In the
world perfectly harmless, reliable and in
stantaneous. No disappointment. The gen
uine W. A. Hatchclor'n Hair Dyo produce!
Immediately a natural black or brown. Does
not stain tho skin but leaves the hair cleans
solt and beautiful. The only safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold by all druggist. Fac
tory, 10 Hond street, N. Y.
lo-eod-7w-lr.
ON MARRIAGE.
Happy relief to young men from the effects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
restored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
aud remarkable remedies. Rook and cricu
lars sent free, In sealed envelops.
Address HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South. Ninth St.. Philadelphia, Pa. an an
stltiitlon having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and professional skill
8-15dAwflm
CLEAR AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
j CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation in one bot
tle, as ea-tly applied as water, for it-storing
to gray hair its natural color and youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote the growth of the hair and
I stop its tailing out. It Is entirely harmlcs.and
perieciiy iree irom any poisonous substance
and will, therefore, take the place of all the
dirty and unpleasant preparations now in
110. Numerous testimonials havo been sent
tis from many of our most prominent citi
zen'. In everything In which the articles
now In u so aro objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY, Is perfect. It Is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
M train of Silver, It does not soli the clothes
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed, and makei
one of tlio best dressings for the Hair In uae.
It restores the color of tho Ilalr "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion," aud always does so in from three to
ten days, virtually leediug the roots with the
nonrl-iiing qualities necessary to its growth
aud healthy condition : it restors tho de
cayed and induces a new growth of the
Hair moro positively than anything else.
The application of this Wonderful discov
ery also produces a pleasant and cooling
ctlect 011 the scalp and gives tho Ilalr a
pleuslug and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for it and take no
other. II ho has not got it let him order It
Prico $1 per bottle.
ARTHUR NATTAN9,
Inventor and Proprietor. Washington D,C.
JOHNSTON. HOLLOW AY & CO.,
Oi-neral Agents, Philadelphia,
JNO. F. HENRY and F. 0. WELLS & CO.,
Now York, and to be had ol Wholesale)
druggists, uverywhero. 0-29tf
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
If so, take our advice and purchase your ticket,
over tit old reliable and popular Missocai Pa
nne KaiLaosn, which le po.ltlvely the only una
running three daily express trains from 81. 1.ouia
to ltsniuts City aud the west! aud 1 positively
the only line which run Pullmtn pala eleepars
and fine day coacftes, especially foi movers,
equipped with Jllller'n salety platform, and tha
putrnt steam brake. From HI. Louta to Kanaaa
City, Kt. i-cott. Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atchi
son, t Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Blurts
an-' Omaha uithntit change I For information m
regard to time tables, tales. Ao., to any point in
Missouri, Nebraska, Kanaaa, Colorado, Texaa, and
Calinrnla, call upon or address 8. H.TbonspMD,
AL'eot, Missouri Pacific K. R. Columbus. Ohio 1 or
II. A.Ford, (ieneral Passenger Agent, St. Louis,
Mo.
No trouble to anawer correspondence. -
AGENTS WANTED.
The Masteh Spirits of tub Wobld,
axi
Tur. Treasube Hovbx op Ammica.
tiik grkat book or tub txab.
Agents report eaka of U to 1M ms4m
in a few houra or day a, YnotncmTmm.
Addmt J.W. GOODSFBM,
Naw York, Chicago ClMluatt, 9C LtMfe
xs.vntaaa.

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