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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20,
Tho city council on Monday ttio 11 th
lnitl, adopted the following resolution:
Iititolted That tho board of hoalth bo,
and Is horeby Instructed to employ not
exceeding thrco rultablo persons, whoso,
duty it ihall bo to viiit all famlllos or
persons resident in tho districts or wnrds
overally assigned to thorn by tho board,
ana vacclnato all persons noi vaceinatou,
and all who may rcqulro lu bo rovnccln
ated, taking down tlio name, ao, color
and placo or residence ot oaon porsun vnc
clnatcd by them, and of all persons who
are not, and who may rofuso to uo vac
cinated. Tho porsons so employed shall act undor
tho direction of tho board of hoalth, and
shall use nono but tho best vacclno virus
or mattor procurable hore, tho same to bo
furnlshod thorn by the board. Thoy shall
thoroughly canvass such district or wards
as may be assigned to thorn, and shall
mak-n n full ri'tiorl ovorv week to tho
board of health. Thoy shall also collect
Irom all porsons vaccinated wno are bdi
to nav tlinrnfor. tlm slim of twentV-tlvo
cents, and shall note the sbiiio In their re
ports to toe board."
Tho thrco por"ns employed for the pur
pose sot forth I.. .no abovo resolution aro
Drs. Evans, Parker and Sulivan. nr.
Evans taking that part of tlio city
below .Sixth street. Br. l'arkor
that part between Sixth and
Fourteenth streets and Dr. Sullivan
that part above Fourteenth street.
Thcso contlomcn will bo furnished with
tho best vacclno matter, and it is hoped
that all tho citizens of Cairo will co-opcr-
,ato with and assist thorn In their work to
that it may bo as thorough as possible.
These measures or nrrancements liavo
been deemed necesiary chiefly on account
of our connection by river and railroad
with other cities wicro tho small-pox
sooms to bo very prevalent, and tho ap
proach of cold weather renders it very
important that there bo as llttlo material
ns possiblo for It to feed upon during the
coming winter. Tho day lias passed when
arguments were required in favor of vac
cination. Experience, observation and
tho Investigations of science havo set tho
matter at rest long ago. If wo will not
vaccinate out of considerations of safety
to ourselves, let us remember that tho pub
lic havo, if we havo not, an interest in our
protection against this dreadful disease.
John M. Lakhden,
Chairman of Hoard of Health.
CALL and seo tho large stock ot dry
goods at C. Hanny's. '
Wool) for ?1 00 per load at tho llox 1
Factory. 10-s-o o d-3m.
Fiiehii oysters received dally and for
ale by thu whole or half can at Phil
J-AKfiK stock of hoisery at C. Hanny's.
Piliikkts, almonds, Hrazil nuts, prunes
and freshly canned fruits just received at
Wiley & Ulxby's. 10-17dtf
Featiikiw in largo or small quantities
at very low figures at II. I-kjvi s Hide
store, on Ohio Leveo.
"Wanted. Two thousand men at good
pay, and ilvb hundred teams at $1 60 to
$5 por day, to go to Matshall, Texas, to
work on tho Texas and Pacific railroad
Hoard $3 60 to $4 CO per week. Teams
and men will bo transported to Vicksburg,
(from whoro thoy can drlvo to Freeport,)
as follows: Horses,' $7 j mules, $0 wag
ons, 7; mon on dock, $3. For transpor
tation and other information apply to
St. Hubns, Agont,
Mechanics' boarding house,
Cor. Third Ht. St Commercial A v.
l'ltir. Saup, determined to bo tho first In
the flold with the holiday confectionery,
has Just brought to this city tlio fir.cst lot
of French candies and sweclmoaU over
opened in this market, and will show his
customers many now varieties of
bon bons. Ho invites tlio public to
call and inspect his elegant collection of
mixed candies, which may bo seen in the
show case, and which cannot fall to please
the palates of all candy-loving peoplo, llt
tlo and big. Saup is able to sell these con
fections at tho very lowest prices, whole
sale and retail, and Invites tho public to
call and soo them at once. 10-2031-
C. Hanny, largest stock of Dlankets.
Mas. Anna Lang, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington uvo-
nuci, has lust received ii largo and varied
stockjof fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something now In this matkvt. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined aro
alio something now and the most eotnlort
able thine for children in cold weather
over devised. Mrs. Lang also has a well
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bo
round. elsewhere in this market.
A woman to cook and
$16 per month. Apply
WIN KM AMD I.K4UUHM.
J". a. SMITH,
WHOLMALK AMD tr.T.lll. llIIDln IS
I WINKS AND LIQUORS-!
And proprietor of tie"' and spcmlld
No. 76 Ohio Levee,
- - ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
wines anu J.iquora, which nc will sell al llic
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
ILL IN I .
Alio, keep constantly no hand a most com
plete stock of
at The Hul-
Laiiok stock ot dry goods at O. Hanny'.
Immediately 600 hands to work on the
C. A. St T. It. K. Good station work at
from 18 to 26 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and per day.
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter Citv.
Tio contractors i.nd tlo men on the C.
JcT. II. K.atMctspertio Apply to
J, II. Dethune,
10.10-Imo. Charleston Mo.
IOOTCB AND lUIUU WHIBKIM
-O 1 N Hi
Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Wlnos
RliMTTII A CO. sell exclusive); for cash, to
. which fact they Invite tlio espM;ll attn
unn t close harraln buyers.
F . M . STOUKFLKTH,
llectlryrr anil Wbnlrule Itralrr In
Foreign ttnd notuesUIn
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ouio Lkvbi,
HK keeps on hand constantly full stork o
01. 1 Kentucky Bourbon, Kve aud Monon;a
lele Whiskies, French Brandies, llollul O n
R Itie and f'allrnrnfa Wines UnSO
HTOVKN. TIN WAKE, CTC,
" WE GUARANTEE THAT
Who has ever had one ot the
CELEB 3Rj ATED
am' -! ' '"
THE NEW YOKK
SAFE, SUltE AND STEADFAST.
A JOIMNAI. I'OK ALL TIUJE ItKIM'ltl.l.
CANS. FOll ALL TKIJE LIHKKALS,
AND ALL TRUE DK.MOC'ltATf.
Tho New York Evening Pot, edited by
William Cullcii llryantaml I'arku Oodttln,
insisted liv tlm stmmrcst talent that can ho
engaged, hat for more than half a century
maintained the same principles of Freedom
and Progress, through all changes of parties
aim pontic". . . , .
It stands Tor Equal Hlghta; for tho DlMil
butlon oN'otvcr; Tor the security of the itlo
rli.lli. rn.lllta tlf I'lllfilli'lllHl lllll lllld Klllr.lll
chUi'iiioiit won lv tho war: and for all
It Is opposed to Injustice and spoliation
disguised under the name of protection;
and to all corrupt party combinations which
eacrillce principle) io mere micitw.
It will HUiinortOraiitund Wll-on bceali
It ImllnvcN that tinder them the governini'lit
will he moro stable, and the chance for
progress and reform more certain, than un
ilcr unv iillhitice of Incomnatlble elements.
Tho 'Evening Post I equal to any other
as a newspaper, and l complete in Its Polit
leal, Its Literary, it Scientific, If Agrlctll
tural, and Its Commercial Departments.
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Twenty copies one year
Single copy one year
r ivu copies unu ) ear .. ,
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Tho'u subscribing now for one year will
receive the paper until .mmiary , is. 4.
Or we will send the followlni; tierlodlcal
to suhcrihers. In connection with the Etc-
uiiig Vo-t, at the prices named :
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w I TJ ill lul
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Thlssuncrb hnlr die Is the bet In tho
world perfectly harmless, reliable anil In
stantaneous. No disappointment. The gen
uine W. A. Itatchclor s llalr l)yo produces
Immediately a natural black or brown. Does
noisiam mo SKinitui leaves uie nair cicans
soft and beautiful. The only sure and per
fect hair dye. Hold hy all druggists, fac
tory, 10 llond street, N. Y.
llannv relief to young wen from the. effects
of errors and abuses In early life. Manhood
restored, impeinuiciiis to larnagc re
moved. New method of treatment. Now
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lars sent free. In sealed envelop".
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now selling faster than any othcrthreo hooks
combined. Nearly two hundred superb en
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everywhere. Send lor our circulars with
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THE MOU.MON WIFE.
This thrilling book comnrlscs thu ndven
tlires and experience of a woman written
by herself for years the wife of a .Mormon
nronliet dlclosnir otervhlng the most
iaclhailng book extant, steel portrait of
the .uthorc-s, portraits or leaning .Mormon-,
Life and Scenes in I'tali, etc. Agents
Valley itkmsiiin'o co..
I0-17d.Vtvlm St. I.oul-, .MIotirl
JIF i:f I IIUIMHS
KENTUCICV STATU LOTTKHY.
Legalized by an act of the I.eglslalure.
The mot liberal Lottery over drawn. (July
7,M0 ticket" and :f,0f0 n-rv:
To be drawn N'ov.nn. iHTJ.InCovlngton, It'y.
One Capital Vvw: ui $10,000
1 Plle of
I Prlo or.
1! Ptics ot
. . . "HW
, amounting to
tJIS. Haiti'., t-l!
1:1 Prizes of ,,xj.Vi
.'Hi Pilz. of il
lio Prizes of U0
!!,i)10 Prizes of. (I
Jiiarti r. M.
our Lotteries nro chartered lit Hie sinie.
and drawn nt the time nnmed. un'ikr the ti.
pert Mon of sworn commissioners.
The drawings will he iutl.icd in the
New York, Chicago, and l.onMille iiaiers.
Wc will draw a similar scheme the last
Saturday of every month dining the t ears
1872 and 187.1.
lienilt at our risk by Po.t.oillee Monet- Or
der. ItcgMcrcd Letter. Draft or Express.
I".irend for a circular.
Address S.MITII. SIMMONS CO.,
Ilox S27 Covington. Kv.
Ei.ock stamping dono at tho Orovcr
& ilaker sowing machino rooms, Wash
ington avenue. Fo'totllco addreii,
KJI. F. tiOODVEAK,
.n .... 1 rYV. f'-lr.i Ilia
Fon Kent, ft two-story business bouse
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding bouse
Apply to Jon.v Heuartv, No. 69, Ohio
Merchants, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear fine boots cither calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Wm Elder's, on Twentieth
street. 10 lOtf.
O. Hanny, largo stock of woolens.
Mil. Geo. Stkiniiousk, barber and hair
dretsor, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avcnue,desires to cull tho attention
of the bonrded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, und tho fact that he is mas
ter of his profession in all its branches.
IIo has bearded many a lion in his den, and
calls for moro. tf.
Mk. Jno. Hakelk, proprietor of tho
Central Meat Markot located on Washing
ton avonuo 4th door below Tonth street
Keeps tho very best of meat always on
hand, and will deliver it in any quantity
from ono to ono thousand pounds at any
timo to any part of the city frco of charge.
Kcceived daily by exprcs at "Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
goods kept in ice : Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 60c to families, warranted
good ; alio New York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels, DURABLI
uucks ana ouicr game ; ceiery anu iresn
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy grocorlcs,
sliced ham, Sec, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will be sold at a fair living profit.
Harper's. Weekly l M
Harper's llazar 4 W
Harper's Magazine 4 V)
Evert- Saturday 5 Oil
Atlantic -Moiilh'lf f 00
Our Young Folks ;i (hi
Scrlbncr's Monthly I .VI
Old and N'ctf 4 :)
The. Galaxy 4 00
Phrenological Journal .... :i .V)
The Agriculturist 'J M
Hearth and Home
Llttell's I.itlng Age
Wood's Househ'd Mag.izlni
Home .Journal ... .
I lie (.hrlstian Intelligencer,
with Chroino .1 75 : 'JS
To each subscriber to the Evening Pot
and Christian Intelligencer will be simt the
bcautilul C'hromo, "The Gleaners."
THY IT! TKY IT!
For ttventy-fivn cents tve will send the
Weekly Evening Pot for two month- or for
fifty cents tve will send the Semi-Weekly
h.veuiug l'o;t tor tne same tune.
! 1! "l
WILL MOST CHEERFULLY RECOM
MEND IT THE MOST
Addrc-s WM. C
pny In aro to St.
CLE All AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL D1SC0VKIIY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation in one bot
tle, as easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray hair Its natural color anil youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote the growth ot the hair and
stop itstalllngout. Itiscntlrcly harinlc-.aml
perfectly free from any polonous substance
and will, therefore, take the place of all the
dirty and unpleasant preparations now In
up." Numerous testimonials have been sent
us from many of our ino-t prominent citi
zens, in everything in which the articles
now In ue are objectionable. UlYaTAL
DISCOVERY, Is perfect. It Is warranted
tv contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Nitrate of Sllter, It does not soil tho clothes
or scalp. Is agreeably perfumed, and makes
ono ot'thc bct dressings for the Hair In use.
It rt-tores the color of tho Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion." and always does so In from three to
ten davs. virtually feeding the roots with the
nourishing uiialltles necessary to Its growth
and healthy condition: It re tor the de
cayed and Induces a new growth of the
Hair more po-itltelv than anything ele.
The nimlication of tills Wonderful discov
ery also produces a pleasant and cooling
effect on the scalp and gives the Hair a
pleasing and elegant appearance.
Call at t our druggft for It anil take no
other. Il' he ha not got It let him order it
Price fi per oolllc.
Inventor and Proprietor. Washington D.C.,
.luii.tai o., iioi.i.ott a l v
General Agent-. Philadelphia.
JNO. F. HENRY and F. C. WEI.LS.fcCO.,
New York, and to be had of Wholesale
druggists, everywhere. 'J-'l'Mt
ONLY HIXIAULK OUT IllsTKI HU-
TION IN TUB COUNTRY !
T N V A LUA1ILK U 1 F T S
To bo distributed in
Xi. 3D . S X 2ST 33 ' S
l.Vth Regular Monthly
loliu Orswn Mouiliiv, isocm nt it 11, I It.
Two OllA.VD UAl'ITALs or
$5,000 each in Gkkenijacks !
Two Prizes $1,000 rt
Fivo Prizes 500 Z i GllEENHACKS
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE HIDE ANDFUK TRADE.
Below will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by II. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. II. Lovl does a very large
trado in his line, and it is a well known
fact that he always pays tho highest prices
to be obtained in this market. He is pay
Hides, dry flinty lb 1C to 17c
Hides, green salted lb 8to9Jc
Deer skins lb 20to2ic
Tallow "f3 lb 5 to Co
Feathers "fl lb 3otoC5c
OYtSTElMI OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stowed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on the half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Xickolas reitaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every style at all
hours day and night. Henry Myer pre
sides over tho culinary department. As
a caterer bo has no equal, and Harry's
customers can always bo assured of a
warm meal at any hour of tho day or
night, that will meet tho requirements
and plcasu tho taste of tho most fastidi
Dr.. McCaiik'8 great ague euro or com
pound extract of Lirlodendron is purely
vegetable and will never harm tho most
delicate constitution. It is well adapted
to all agos and soxes and not only cures
tho most sovero attacks of chills and fovor,
but tones up tho system to such a degreo,
that a rolapso rarely, if over, will take
To any of our friends who desire a
first-class nrticlo in tho lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, mado to ordor, of the best stock,
and in nny stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm Ehlor's beforo going
olsowhoro. 10 lEHf
stock of dress goods at O.
Mr. Frank Huefcla has opened a meat
market on Washington avenue next door
to Tanner's grocory storo, betwoon Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which ho Invitos
the attention of tho public. Thu best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
ttnd delivered to nny part of tho city.
Market open morning and ovenini; every
Fine assortment of tablo damask,
Two Amkuican MfssKS. Miss Issippi
and Miss Ouri, aro disfigured a good deal
by tho snags in their mouths. In order
that all other misses may avoid tho like
blemishes, they are advised to uso tho
famous Sozodont, which will provent and
obviate all such ditliculties.
Castowa a substitute for castor oil-
is a physic which does not distress or
gripe, but is sure to oporato when all othor
remedies nave ialleu. iou may conn
dently relv upon tho Castoria in stomach
I . t ,1....tAnA.. ...... ...a
HCIIC, lulioilimiiuu, uu.uiuiiv-j vui, n vi ins,
piles or doranged liver. It contains
neither minerals, morphine, opium nor
alcohol, but is Duroly a vegetable prepara
tion, perfcctlv harmless, and nbovo all,
ulcasaul to take. Tho Castoria soothes
and quiets thu system, and produces nat
ural sleep. It is a wouderful thing to
assimilate tho food of children and pre
vent them from crying. A thirty-ilvo
cout bottlo will do the v.'orKtor a lamiiy
and save many a doctor's bill. 10-18-w4t.
Louis Dlattkau, whom ovorybody
knows, and who is tho friend of ovory
body, is now fully installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, botwoen Com
mercial and "Washington avenues. He of
fori to tho public the best St. Louis beer
tho choicest brands of wine and the purest
llquon to be found in tho city, and hope
that these, civil treatment and ft cordial
reception, will insuro to him a gonerous
hare of publlo patronage. Come and
tee Louis in his new home. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
cordial one, tf.
The Latest Swindle. Certain sancti
monious charaltans would fain persuado
tho world that diffusive stimulants have
no medicinal valuo, nnd that detestable,
slop, composed of griping acids anddrastlo
purgatives, aro hotter tonics than tho linost
vegetable ingredients combined witli the
purest and mellotvost products of the still.
THEY HAVE EVER FSKD.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
KVEKY KIND OF FUEL.
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, - -- -- -- - Ills.
A. il A L L E V,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tib nd Hollow Wie, Clothes Wringers Toile
Wr, Coal Hods, FiraBhotels, Air Gls.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SIIEK1
No. 166 Washington -avonuo
SVRoolni;. Guttering, and all kiads oflo
work done at ahortnst nolle. letridtf
BOOT AM NIIOK NTOHK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Athenoura.
Keep oo hand a Kood assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitkrs and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy soli at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examisk.
H. D. MANN &c CO..
121 N. 1'ouhtii S kk t,
st, i.ol'i.s, nissoriti.
We call attention to the bargains' tve now
oiler to all in want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Hlack Alpacas, ,V) cent; Ju-t what other
houses ask T.'i ccnH for, all lllack (iood in
Wanisiltta -f-1 lilt-ached Cotton, 17 cent".
Hllli4- " "14
Fruit of the Loom -1-4 " II! "
And all other CO I I ONs In same propor
tion. Ileautiflil All Wool Plaid-. :0 cents.
All Wool Kmnru.ss cloth. .V) cents; all colors.
Thiscgoods are worth 7." centi-.
Fine French Merinos, 1.00; cannot he
bought elsewhere for le. than Sl.i") and
Pure Linen Hem Stitched Haiulerehles,
$1.M) and $.1.(n) per doen.
Napkin-, all Linen, 1..V per dozen, and nil
prices up to S-JO per dozen.
Table Linen, I-ianneN, Casslmi-ri's, Tor
Men and Hovs wear, Hosiery, Iwu-e-, Em
broideries, Shawls, Scarfs, Cloaks, lllankcts,
and Ladies underwear, at all priees to cor
respond tvltli Hie ahoto prices. Our aim is
to build up a large buiue-s by dealing hon
orably with all, selling pood good at low
prices. We keep no auction goods or trash
of any kind, and any article ordered from us
notprotlng satisfactory can lie returned nt
our expense and the money will be refunded.
tt e nave mil
for all, and guarantee that to be a low one.
Send for samples of any goods, if not able to
call, anu tve win send them clieerlullv.
II. I). MANN .t CO..
KMTd&tvlm. St. Louis, Mo.
ERSONAL. TICKNOR .t CO.. the
celebrated Clothiers, announce the in
troduction oi a niiiu oi oiciei ini.' cioiu-
Inj? by letter, to which they cull your
especial utieuiiou. i net- win, on ii
pliuattou, send you their improved and
aecurate rules for Self-Measurement,
Illustrated Circular anil l'rlee j.m,
tvitli a lull line of samples from their
Immense stock of (.Mollis, Castlmeres,
A-c, Ae., thus enabling parties in any
part of the country to order elotliliiL'
direct from their house, with the cer
tainty of recelvlnj; pinneuts of the
very latest style and most perfect lit
(loods ordered will bo sent bv ox
nress to bo nald for on delivery, with
the undcrstaiidiiiK that if not satlsfac
tory.they can be returned at Ticknor'u
Ah Is well known throughout tho
South and West, they have for seven
teen years EXCELLED In all depart
incuts of their business, which Is a
guarantee us to tho character of thu
goods they send out.
Your orders art) sollcltod ami when
in St. Louis, you are invited to call at
tho ex ensivo establishment of Tick
nor & Co., manufacturers and retailers
of men und boys Clothing and V iirnih
lug (loods, (Mil and IRM North
Cnrn Cnllc anfl Orlplns Io
Ilowtit, hon men. aiei
proems ot Teething.
polduf i Conmliloni and orer- I R
enrnet all dlfsaxi Incldsst to r 2V
InCusti and Children. J CENTS,
muhih f Cnres Tilarrhoea, rjrpenle-
atVOIID I 'a Children of all ag-i.
IieiifTet pain, wMinnior
lag tone and power to tbe ijit
Horse nnd Huggy with silver-Mounted
Harness, worth Sr.no !
I'lnc-toned l!o-owood Piano, worth
live hundred dollars !
Six Family Sewing Machines, worth
$100 caeh !
Five gold watche ehalii worlh J"(KI each !
Kite (iold American llnnlliiL- Vat-lie,
wortli $lii eacli 1
Ten Ladle-' Hold Hunting Watches worth
bOO Ctold and Silver Lever Hunting Watehes
(in all.) wortli ti-iim tn each',
(iold Chains, sllter-tvare. .lewelrv, etc.
Whole number (lilts, i!..Vs). Tickets Limi
ted to 110,000:
AlilXTS WANTED To sEI.I) TICKETt".
Totthom Liberal Premiums will he pil.l.
Silik'le Tickets 1 : Six Tickets j:; Ttvcl.e
Tickets 10; Ttveuty-livu 'Pickets t-10.
Ciriumrsruntsinlnif n lulllistof riz-( ml"
criptlon of the iMinnsr t ilrawlnx. nnd other
information in refarencu to llie iHlrltuitin, v il
be -cut to any one ordering them All If Iter
must b ftdifreasedto L. 1, fclNK, llox, t'i,
mis orrics, Cincincitl, rv.
HU West Bill t nov.w.V'IU
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkoai.izkd iiv Statk Autiiohity and
Dn.vw.v in l'uiu.ic in St. Louis.
Gratul Singlo dumber Schomu.
Class K, to hk Dhaw.v Oct. 31, 1872.
6,880 Frizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Trite of. JlO.i.O 5(l 1'iltesor l'i
1 " or I3.4W U " if l,c
1 " of. 1U,ii 0 " of WH
1 ' of 7,oi) 9 " of W
4 " of fV"! 'J " nf 'J.Vi
4 " of 2,6ml SO " of 2'
of 1,ii .V. " of ISO
20 " of .' IsO " of 110
to of . au am " r.f io
Tickets 10; Half Tickets, Si: quarter
Ticket?, $2 CO.
II. T. GEROULD;
ill1 STEAM AND GAS FITTER
street, St. Louis
Hoys clotluni; a
tho physical stomach of every man with
an unacpravea palate rejects, wun loam
ine and abhorrence, tho nauieoui abomi
nations. " freo from alcohol," -which hum
bugs are trying to thrust down tho throats
of temperanco Invalids undor the tire-
tensa that tho filth will do them good ? It
it not likely that whllo Plantation Hitters,
tho standard tonlo of America, is tiny
whore accessible, such sickenintr frauds can
make much headway, but it, Is well to
put the public on tutur guard against
Gaa Fitter's and Plumber's materia), Wood
pumi . globe and angle valves, stop
cooks, oheck valTes,sto.
tuo aoiNT roa
TnM Brother Psttcsit Ilrjr Oma MUr
ind rioreuouse. Wells Co'a Automatlo WaUl
Indicator and Bupply Valve for steam boilers.
WIMTXsVft BLOCK, COMM1EOIAL-AY1MU
Thin street, between Fourth and Fifth Sts,
ST, LOUIS, containing ino rooms; naviiiK
lately added oOmore rooms, la notv prepared
to oner io me iru-enng jmonu wu uuet ac
commodations. HooiiM, 7S cts. to fl per
dav. All meals 23 ccuta each.
It it the Infanti' and Children's Great Soothing
ntmrdy, in all disorders brought on by teething or
any other cause.
lie particular In calling for MBS. WniTCOMB'S
SYRUP, and take do other.
Prepared by the GRAFTOS MEDICINE CO., St.
Ix)uls, Mo. Sold tj DruggliU and Dealers In
q, buy, me 'and i u. oq YOLiacoa
lly deeming tbe blood and aronilng tbe llr.r and
ecretive organs to a healthy action, Ur. Henry's
Root and l'Utt rill enre many complaints which It
would not be snrrf,,el bcy could rsacb. such a
Ilradiicbc, Vain In tho Side. Nunil).
ucs or ttio Hondo niuireet, niiltner,
Cbillnrsn, Illiptunntlaui, Xpiirnlcin.
I.oen of Appotito, ItlUoutt I.vnentery,
Klilucr AlfcctlottS) CoiiDtiputioit, Ue
lillitr, Fevorsj of oil klniN, llyopep.
Mln, Jnnnillcct and oilier klndrecl cumpl ilni)
arUIng from a low state of tho body, or obstruction
or Its functions.
Ilelng free from Mercury nnd other iIion they
can be taken at all times and under all clrcunntua
ie, without rc-rard to diet, Lu.lue.s or pleasure.
The stlmul Uo tho weakened and dl.tenipered
pirn Into healthy action, plvinir them strength to
disburden themselves and throw off the obstructions
which are tho flrt cause or disease, Without
All heavy and drowsy sensiitlons, which are tbe
f irerunuersordlreful diseases mch as Apoplexy,
VarnlytleNtroUCM.ic. are eirectully warded
oil bv few doses or these searching l'ills .
ruliillrtctloDS srouod rsea boi, la LuU.b, O.ru.10, rrsaca
snlHpsDlih. rrleeJlCsals aln. ,
IT. in re 1 bv Iks Orsfwn Ueelelne C., St. Louis. M.
6oU ly Drusslsu lui Uealersiu HwllJlas sstryelsrs.
XBOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A Prfvitto t'ouuaelor to the Jlnrrletl
or those about to Marry, on the Physiological ui)
tsrles and revelations or the sexual j) stem, vaIUi the
saiess uiscovcnes m prouueing ana preventing ou-
spring, preserving the complexion, Ac,
t This Is an l"irestlnic work of two linn.tr.l nn.l
sixty p-gss, with numerous engravings, and coutalns
valuable information for thoso who are married or
contemplate marriage; still It Is a nook that ought
to be under lock and key and not laid carelessly
about the house,
8f nt to any ens (tres of piUi) for Fifty Csnts. idlrf ,
Dr. Hulls- JilspwisMj, o. u KlihlB hlrwl, bu Lsuli.llo.
idt:cs to im ahmctes Aira TOrestroATS.
CJ llsfors npi ljlnf u lbs notorious tju.ck. sboslLrlixIn
putlls spsrs, or uslnf any Quck Iteoieillfs, peruio Ir. nulls
vork.Boiaitur what jour discs. Is or bow doelortble jout
eoodlUoo. Da. Bdtts esa bo coumltfli, isursoBalljr or br tn.ll,
wo tbs dlssiscs tntntlouM la bis works. Ofnr, No. Is Norla
Blfhlll SUKl, Utwtca Uutsi vol Cbssoul. it. Louts. Me.
Our lotteries nn eharured by. tho St.tte, nn
siwnjs urnwn al tlio nine nnmeu, unn nil irnw
Incc are umler the supervision of sworn com
TliBj)lll(i al draw hi n 11 1 nil i!lliril in llic
t. Louis psncre and a copy sent to purchisers
tt ew l ilriir a similar cliein the lust uay oi
'lerv month tinrlnu the year ists.
'Hernitnt our risk bv rostntflro money nrdcr,
. . .... . .. .
'eit'Horeii letier, uran nr expresx
0A111O OITY BOOK UJNDHUY
JOHN II. OIIEIII.Y CO.,
Bulletin Buildinc, corner of .12tli
strcot and "Wafhingtou avonuo,
. All kinda of Binding-and Rubnri done at lb
very lowest prices. Having ennsied tho e-ni
cea ot Mr. UuelJ, who ttn Iia.1 many year
experience id u oi iei nin'ioriea oi bi, iiuis,
to superlntenil this eaiahlishment. we can core
(ldently prnmlseour patron wotkt equol to that
01 bit ninnere in trtwin
lav I Airottle wnnte
see ni wurKioK peu
makis snnte money
at work f.ir its in their euare momenta or nil, the
t'ine, than at anything rle. raniouiars irrs.
p, eitlirr sx, yniinK or obi,
id for oir
ft, I.0II1X, ."in.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MOKEY ALL LTP.
ooD.oOO IN HANK TO PAY Al.l. GIFTS.
A FULL DltAWl.SCl IN .SldllT.
$100,000 FOll ONLY $10.
At tlio Seenml Gmml Gift Concert author-
l.etl by eicelal aeLol' the legislature, ill alii
of the 'Public Library ol'KeiitucK, unatnlil-
aliiy pos'pontMi irom .s.opicmiier v to De
cember 7, ami which positively ami uuetii
ocallv occurs In l.oufstllle. Ky. Pceeinber
lritil. wltliout ftu tlior delay on any nccoiint
whatever, the following eah islft are lor
litrilmtiu liylot anioii, llt-i;el lniuer:
ONK GltANP GIFT. CASH . . ?KX).0o9
ONi: GKAN'I) GIFT . . .. &U.M)0
1 Cash Gift $mn I L'ash Gifts .'.micicli
vinegar nittera aro not a vile rancy tsncer,
initilo or Poor Itum. Whisky, Proof BpirlW and
Ucfti'o Minors, doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to please the taste, called "Tonlca," "Appetizers."
" Itcstorcrs," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drank
ennesi nnd ruin, but aro a true Mcsllrloc, roads
from llic native roots ami herbs, ot California, free
from all Alcoholic Stimulants. Thoy are the Great
lllood Purifier nnd a I.lfc-Rlvlnir principle, a Perfect
Renovator nnd Iiivljjorator of the System, carrying
on' nil poisonous matter and restoring the blow!
to a healthy condition, enrlchlnir it, refrrshinp; and
liivlzoratlnic both mind ami body. They are easy
of administration, prompt In their action, certain
In their results, safe and reliable In all forms of
Nn I'ersnti can lake these Illtters accord
ing to directions, nnd remain lonif unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison
or other means, and the t Hal orgaus wasted beyond
the point of repair.
I)prln or InillReolloii, Headnrlio, Pain
In tho shoulder". Cough, lliihUicsa of the Chest,
Dizziness, sour Knictatlons of the Stomach, Had
Instc la tho Mouth, lllllous Attacks, Palpitation of
the Heart. Inflammation of tho Lungs, Pain In the
tcslon ot Ibe Kidneys, nnd a hundred other painful
pyniplum, are thetur'prtnssof Dyiiepsla. In these
complaluts it has no in.il, nnd one louie will
protc a lietter guarantee of lis merits than
I'ir I'niiiile ('ciinplnllita, In young Or Old,
nurrled nre-lngle. at the dawn of woinniiiiooil, or
the turn of life, these Tunic Hitlers ill-play so de-
cldeil an Influence lli.u a market improvement I
I'm- liiil.iiniiintory isiiil Chrotilc tlheu
iintlUiii and liout. Dyspepsia or IndiKeslion, 1S11
inns, Kcmltteiit and Intermittent IVters. Diseases)
of the Blood, l.lvcr, Kidneys and Illadder, these
Illtters bare Ucn most succe9lul. 5uch DUeasea
are r.iusi'il bv Vitiated lllood, tthtcli Is Reuerally
produced by derangement of the Dlgcstlte Orgaus.
They site is (irlitlr Purgative ssa well a
n 'I'siiili', pusscKsing also tliu peculiar merit of act
lug as a puMcrful agent In relicilng Congestion or
inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and
In lllllous Diseases.
I'm- !Ulii Diseases, Kruptlon. Tetter, Bait
t'.hcuni, Ulotchcs, Spots, pimples, pustules. Polls,
Carbuncles, ltlng-worms. scalddlead, Sore Kjcs,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurf, Dlscolonitlons ot the Skin,
Ilumori nnd Diseases of the Skin, of ivhateicr
name er nature, aro literally dug up and rarritd
out of the system Its n short lime by the n.-e of tlit.:
Hitlers, one bottle in such caeslll comincc tho
most Incredulous of their curative ctTceSs.
Clcnusr lite VHIntetl Illiinil ivhcncrcr )Oil
find Its impurities bursting through the skin In
Pimples, Krupltons, or Sores ; cleanse It when you
find It obstructed anil sluggish in the veins; clennso
it when It is foul j your feelings mil tell you when.
Keep tho blood pure, and Hie health of the sysiet.i
Urnterul Thousands proclaim Visrn in Hit
Tr.its tho most wonderful lutlgoratit that eur sus
tained the sinking svstcm.
11 as, Tispe, niiil oilier Worms, lurking lu
the sjstcui of so many thousands, are eireetiully
destroyed and renioied. says a distinguished
physiologist : mere is scarcely un iniiiviniiai on n.o
face of the eartli whose body is exempt from the
presence of worms. It U not upon the heallhv
ilcments of the body that ivorms exist, but upon
tho diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
these ming mounters oi niseiuse. .mi syicm or
meiuciue, no ternmuges, no aniiieiiiiiniucs, win
tree tho system from worms like these Hitters.
.sir eltnmenl iiiscnaes. rersons engageu in
Paint nnd Minerals, such ns Plumbers, Type,
setters, Uold-bcatcrs, and Miners, as they advauee
lu life, are subject to paralysis of the Ilowels. To
guard against this, take a done of WALsna'd Vin
luab HiTTEiia twice a week.
Illllntis, llcinlttriit, mill Intermittent
Fevers, which arc so prevalent lu the talleysof
our great rivers throughout the United states,
especially thoso of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. Hcd,
Colorado, Hrazos. ltlo Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Koanokc, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
aud dryness, are Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of Ihc.stomach aud liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, u
purgatlte, exerting a Hjivcrful Influence upon theu
various organs. Is essentially necessary. Them is
no cathartic for tho purpose equal to Da. J. Walk
kii's ViNEOAit Hitteus, as they will speedily
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
tho bowels aro loadcl, at the same time stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
tho healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Scrofnln, or King's Evil, White Swelling,
Ulcers, LrytlpcUis, Swelled Neck, floltre, Sciofulou
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores. Kruptlons of the Skin, Sore
L'yes, etc., etc. la these as in all other constitu
tional l)iscacs. Walkeh's Vineoaii Hitteus bate
shown their great curative powers lu tho ni't
obstlnato ami intractable cases.
Ur. Wiilkrr'a t'nlirornln Vinegar Ou
ters act on all these cases in a similar maimer,
lly purlfjing tlio lllood they remove the cause, and
by resolitng away the effects of tho Inflammation
(tho lubTcular deposits) the affected paiu rccclte
health, 1 a permanent cure Is effected.
Th" opcrtlea of Dlt. Walkeii' Vineoaii
IllTTt are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritions, laxative. Diuretic, Sedative. Counter
Irritant, sudorific. Alterative, and Aiitl-ltlllous.
The Aperient and mild Uxallio properties
of Dlt. WAi.KEn's Vineoaii Hiiteiu are the best
safe-guard In cases of eruptions nnd malignant
fevers. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro
perties protect tho humors of the fauces. Their
sedative properties alloy pain in the uertons sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from Inflammation,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their Cniuiter-Iriltiwit Influence ex
tends throughout tho system. Their Auiblllllaus
properties sllmulato tho liver, In tho secretion of
title, and Its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for tbe euro
or lllllous Fever, Fcter and Ague, etc
Fortify the body aualnst sllsea.se by
purifying all Its nuids with Viseoar Hitteks. No
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Directions. Take nt the Hitters on going to
bed at night from a half to one und one-half wine-
glOSSIUl. rot. goou nuunsiiiug iuoi, hucit us oeei
Bteak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
table.s, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed or purely vegetable Ingredients, and
contain uo spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald a co.,
Druggists and (leu. Agts.. Sau Krauclsco, Cal., &
cor. of Washington and Charlton Sis., N.V.
SOLI) 11Y ALL DrtUOdlSTS X IIKAIEftS.
1 Cash Gift
1 Ca.h Gift
1 Cash Gin
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
I Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
I OTA I
Ms I each
Vttt) Ur. nenry.'a)WorId' Tomtc (wd,
It Is the grvatouseholdvrinedr, pleasant to
lake, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
liiichit or Barsaparllla. Sold by Drnggtsts
ill Cash Gifts,
it Cash Glfis.
at Cash Gifts.
It Cash Gifts.
II.imki, fill Cash Gifts,
ft.issi III Cash Gifts.
I.'O'MISI Cash Gifts.
.. tCl J Cash Gifts.
1,000 GIFTS, AM. CASH
The money necessary to nay in full nil II i
oll'ercil is now upon deposit ill Lie
Fanner.' and Proton. Hank, a will bo -ten
by the following certtlicatu of the cashier:
KAKMl'.lts AND PlloVHI's' It INK, 1
I.OUISVII.I.K, Ky.,'Sept. 20, 1S72. J
Till is Io certify that tliciu Is now ou tlo-
po-lt In llil hank over a half ti million o
uoiiar. to tun crctu ot tne tint con-en
Fund, $:i()().(HH) of which I held by this bank
asTreasit.erof the Public Library of Ken
tucky to pay oil' all gilts to be awarded at the
IE. S. VKACII, Cashier.
I iuci: OP TICKUTS.
Whole tickets. iflO: lialvcs. SS: iiiiartnr.
S2.riu: It tvhnlu tlekuts for SIiki: 'JS im-
Wi for ifiVHI; HIlfoi'Sl.iKio; 'Ji'i tin-t?-J,rsTd; fi'ir,
for Wooo, ?o discount on les than tluu
worth of tickets at a limn.
Tho lira tvlm; will poliit civ ami unciiulv-
neally taku plaeti Pt'ceinbcr 7. Agoutis are
pcremptnillly requlri'il tn close mil's ami
maku returns December -", in urdcr to glte
ample time lor the filial aiTiinciuciits, Or.
der lor tickets, or application- fur circulars
i-nouni uo uiiuresseii io
gov, Tiio.s.i:. uhamm:tti:,
Aifcnt, Kentucky I'ubllu Library, l'ubti
l.fiirary Utilblliij:. I.oiil.vlll.'. Kv.
nr. nenry Root nad Plsmt riUa.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgripltur en
Inly vegetable great liver remedy. Price tt
cents . Sold by Druggists .
Mrs, Whltcontb'a Syrap.
The great soothing remedy. Price only 86
.cuts. Gives rest to the mother sod health to
ho child Sold by Druggists.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kew
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
'i Ice 40 cents. Address Da. Butts' Dtsrtx
uni, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
Address C, Hiliison A Co,
AHK YOU UOlNti VEST ?
Hso, take our advice and pun hiss your ticket,
over tie old reliabbi and popular Missochi I'a
cirio ItAiiaosp. which is ...ltlvely tho only line
running three dally express trains fromHt. Louis
to Kanaaa C'ily and tho west I and is positively
the only line which runs Pullmm palaeo sleepers
and fine day eoarnee, especially for movers,
equipped with Miller'" safety platform, and the
patent steam brake. From St. Loina to Kuosaa
City. Ft. .-colt. Lawrence, Leavenworth, Atclii".
son, Sl ,eph, Nebraska City, Council Ilhllls
ani Onislm vllhiiut ehun;iol For Infotttiatlnn in
reusrd to time tablea, tates. Ac, to any point la
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Ooloiadn, Teise.and
Callornla, call upon or address K, H. Thompson,
Agent, Missouri Pacific, H. It. Columbus. Ohio i or
II. A, Ford, General Passenger Agent, Ht. Louis,
No trouble tn answer correspondence,
The Master Spirits of the "Would,
The Treasuue House op America.
T1IK UKKAT HOOK OF THE YKAK.
Agents report sales of 25 to UK) copies
In a few noun or days. ritospucTUs Fiikk.
Address J. "NV. OOODSPKKU,
Now York, CUicajro Cincinnati, St. I.ouls
trmcn is tub beat m ACHunct
THE "LIGHT RUNNING"!
cord of ibcossi
the history of
Agents is aatetl
ssm last J- - A-
uk iu ui uruviaiua. now to HUB
Jt)BQ go fitrtbwt at d lui hammU
ahe appretiaUt the iipMrtMM of m.
tem, order; tldinowiila the ..ytjHlIt
managoment ol sUstidreu (tiaflVurviHtsL
MW I orsyaatsl