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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1872.
A CAMPAIGN STOllY.
HOW THE RADICAL CANDIDATE
FOB CONOKKSS IN TI1K NINTH
DISTBIUT CHANGED HIS
Ir you with to indulge In it delicious
cigar, petronieo I. Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you with good chowing or ttnok
ing tobacco, ptpet, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup't popular Tobacco and
Mr. Frank Hnofela has opened a meat
market on Washington avanuo nozt door
to Tanner's grocory store, between Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which he Invltei
the attontlon of tho public. Tho best of
meatiof all kinds kept comtantlyon hand
and dolivorod to any part of tho city.
Markot opon morning and evening every
Mt. Sterling (Ky.) Sentinel.
How the ttory gotout wo can't toll, who
originated it wo don't know, hut we do
know it ii too devilish good to keep.
Here it what "they ay :" "Dick" "Wood,
the Kadical candldato for congress in thii
district, while can vauing in tho mountains
the other day, was compelled at ono point
to imbibe a good deal of "apple-Jack," in
rdor to convince tho natlvos that ho wai
not one of thoso "high-flyers" who think
themselves made of superior stuff to the
"honest and hardy yeomanry " Tho con
sequence was that Dick, after giving
orders to ho woku up at threo
o'clock in the morning in order
that ho mlaht bo ablo to
reach a distant appointment next day
when ha reliroil to rest, waa, in uvu mm
utes after he lay down, "as good as a dead
man." Home scamps procured some lamp
black. whlcli?thev mixed with wator, and,
ontnrinif his sluoninif nriartmont, thor
oughly blackened his face, to"mukohtm
look aomcthing like bis politics," as they
assured the landlord. Nozt morning,
promptly, he was arousod ut 3 o'clock,
and was in such a hurry to bo otT that ho
did not take timo to wash, but bolted his
breakfast and rode away at a brisk gait.
Arrived at his destination, ho huntod up a
prominent Kadical, to whom he hail a loi
ter of introduction, and presontcd his cre
dentials. The gentleman read tho lettor,
alternating the reading with glances at
"Dick's" face, and then Hiked:
"Aro you Major Wood of Mt.Sterllng?''
"That's my name, sir,' replied Dick.
"Why, I thought you was a whlto
man," said tho other.
Greatly astonished, Dick blurted out,
"And so I am."
"Well, you hava a d d black skin for
a whiio man I'1
"What the h I do you moan?" said
Dick, angrily. "Do you mean to insult
"No sir. llut you hail better not at
tempt to speak here to-day. Our boys
won't stand a speech from a nlirgerl'1
"A niggor 1 cried wick. wuy, mero
ain't a drop or tilggcr blood in my veins.
I'm as whlto as you or aay other man."
Bceing a Iooking-gla on mo wan hick
stepped up and looked in it. Starting
back with an oath that fairly mndo the
window rnttln he oxclalmod :
"Well, ir tho d d foolsover (it vlllo .
haren't waked uti the wronir man, and !
"Wood Is over there yet 1"
Jerking off his hat, bo dropped into a
chair and began vigorously to fan himself.
The other, seeing his straight hair and no
tlcing that tho back of bis neck urpoared
to be white, swelled a large sized n.ico,
and suirgoited soap and water. Tho pro
cess of washing bis face revealed to "Dick
the trick that had been played upon mm.
Mortified beyond measure, ho made the Tio contractors and tie men on the C
srentleman plodco himself to secrecy, say- & -p. II. K. at 25 cts per tie Apply to
the woria, lor u Ausroi
cot bold of It he C'Dick") would never
bear the last of It. How it finally got out
we have no Idea, but suppo'o "Dick s
friends must have told the joko to his wife.
C. Hanny, largest stock of lllankoti.
Mm. Anna Lano, Eighth street be
tweon Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has lust received a largo and varied
stockjof fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attontion to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' nnd children's underwear,
something now in this market. Her
woolen drawers and legglns combined aro
also something now and the mod comfort
able thing for children in cold weather
over devised. Mrs. Lang aho 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 be
found elsewhere in this market.
Wa.ntkd. Two thousand men at good
pay, and five hundred teams at $4 60 to
rj por day, to go to Marshall, Texan, to
work on tho Texas and Pacific railroad
Hoard $3 CO to $t CO por week. Teams
and men will bo transported to Vicksburg,
(from where they can drive to Freeport,)
as follows: Hones, $7; mules, $6; wag
ons, $7; men on deck, $3.
For information und freo transporta
tion. Apply to
M. IIuknc, Agent,
Mechanics' boarding house,
Cor. Third St. & Commercial Av.
A woman to cook and
$15 per month, Apply
at Till Uul-tf.
Immediately COO hands to work on the
A. Si T. It. It. Good station work at
from 18 to ilj cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Call, and sco tho largo stock of dry
goods atC. Hanny's.
00 per load at the Box ' . ,
Received daily by exprcis at 'Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
goods kept in ice : Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
Wood for $1
IO-5-e o d-3 m.
Fresh oysters received dally and for
ale by tho whole or half can at Phil
Large itock of hoisory at C. Hanny's.
I the can at COc to families, warranted
good; also New York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and other game; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vogctable and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, Ac, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
Filiiekts. almonds. Hrar.il nuts, prunes
and freshly canned fruits just received at 1 "f will be sold at a fair living profit.
Wiley & Bixby's.
Feather in largo or small quantities
at very low figures at II. Lovi's hide I
store, on Ohio Levee. 10 IBdtf
THE HIDE AND FUK TItADE.
liclow will bn found the corrected list
of prices by H. Lovi for bides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi docs a very largo
trade in his line, and it is a well known
fact that be always pays tho highest prices
to bo obtained in this market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry Hint 1 lb
Hides, green salted lb
.lit Deer skins ri lb
For Kent,, two-story business house , TaI0W if;
feathers rs n
Hlock stamping dono at tho Grover
Si Uaker sewing machine rooms, Wash
ington avenue. I'o'tofllco address,
H. F. Goouvkak,
10-12-lm. box 000, Cairo, Ills.
t . ... . v: i.
on Commercial avenue, Between r.ign
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding houso
Apply to John Hkiiarty, No. 89, Ohio
..10 to 17c
....8 to 9 Jo
..20 to 25c
5 to tin
Merchant, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear fine boots eithorcalf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of tho very latest
style, go to Win Ehlor's, on Twentieth
street. 10 19tf.
C. nanny, largo stock of woolens.
Mr. Geo. Stkinhous ., barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth stroot and Com
mercial avcnue.dcsires to call tho attention
of the bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that ho is mas
tor of his profession in all its branches.
He has boarded many a lion in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mr. Jno. Hafelk, proprietor of tho
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue- 4th door bolow Tenth street
Keeps tho vory best of meat always on
hand, and will dolivor It In any quantity
from ono to ono thousand pounds at any
time tv any part of tho city free of chargo.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stewed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on the half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in overy style at all
hours day and night, nenry Myer pre
sides over tho culinary department. As
a catorer ho has no equal, r.nd Harry's
customers can always be assured of a
warm meal at any hour of tho day or
night, that will mcot tho requirements
and please tho tasto of tho most fastidi
Fink assortment of tablo damask, at C.
Two American Mi8BK8. Miss Issippi
and Miss Ouri, are disfigured a good deal
by the snags in their mouths. In order
that all other misses may avoid tho like
blemishes, they aro advised to uso the
famous Kozodont, which will prevent and
obviato all such difficulties.
Dr. McCaiie'h great ague euro or com
pound extract of Lirlodondron is puroly
vegetable and will never harm tho most
dellcato constitution. It is well adapted
to all ages and soxes and not only cures
tho most sovero attacks of chills and fever,
but tones up tho system to such a degrco,
that a relapso raroly, if over, will take
To any of our frlonds who dosiro n
first-class article in the lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of tho best stock,
nnd In any stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Win Ehlor's boforo going
elsewhere. 10 letf
Louis Bi.attkau, whom evorybody
knows, and who Is. tho friend of every
body, is now fully installed in his new
quarters, on Eighth street, betwoon Com
mercial and "Washington avenuos. Ho of
fers to tho public the best St. Louis beor
the choicest brands of wino and tho purest
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
that these, rlvil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a gonerous
shara of public patronage. Come nnd
sea Louis in his now homo. Ho has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
WINIM AND MtlOURH.
J". O. SMITH,
wHOLtnut axo nrnli. mimr ir
WINKS AND LIQU0RS I
And proprietor of nC" and ppendld
No. 7"i Ohio Lxvkk,
Keeps constantly on hand tho choicest of
Wines and Liquors, which he will sell at the
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, kp coontantljr on hand a most com
piste stock of
euoTcu and ikien whiskies
Fort, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba W inea
RJMYTH A CO. soil oxcluplfdj for CMh.to
, which fct Ihrr tnrlt the epcll sllen
Hon ! cl brtn tiiiyeM.
F. 51. STOCK V L H T 11 ,
ixcixna n roin r Tciri.iu
Hrellfrr nml Wlmlwmle Ialr la
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. C2 Ohio Levee,
THE NEW YOHK
SAFE, SURE AND STEADFAST,
A JOURNAL FOR MA. TRUE REft'llM
OASS, FOR AM, TRUE MIIEItAI.S,
AND ALL TRUE DEMOCRAT.
The Now York Evctiltur I'ost, edited by
William Cullcii llrynnt and I'nrko Uoilwln,
assisted by tho stmiiKCt talent that r:m he
chKaKcd, lias for morn than half ii century
maintained the same principle of Freedom
and I'ro.'rc, through till channel of parlies
It stands Tor Equal Rights; for the DUtrl
tuition of Power: for tho security of the j;lo
rimm results of Emancipation and Enfran
chisement won hy tho war; nnd for nil
It In opposed to Injustice and spoliation
disguised under the name of protection;.
nml I r-i nil ... iffti fil tiirtt' f.ntill il tlfll Inf I l'lil.lt
sacrifice principle to mere siicecMH.
It will support (Irani mid Wll-on lieeaile I
It hclicvcs that under them the government ,
will ho more stahlc, nnd the chances for
progress and reform more certain, than uu-
dcr any alliance of Incompatible dementi-.
Tho Evening 1'ost In equal to any other i
as a newspaper, and f complete In lis Polit
ical, its Literary, Its Scientific, lis Agrleiil-1
tural, and its Coinmvrrl.il Departments.
TERMS OF SURSCRIPTION.
BATOIIELOIVS HAIK DYE.
This superb hair dye Is the licst In the
world perfectly liarinlcs, reliable and In
stantaneous. Nodlfaiipolntment. The gnu
lllno V. A. Ilatelielor's I lair Dye produces
Immediately u natural Muck or brown. Docs
not stain the skin hut leaves the hair cleans
soft and beautiful. The only sufu nnd per
fect hair dye. Hold by nil druggists. Fac
tory, 10 Horn! street, V.
Happy relief to yotin liien from the effects
of errors and abuses In curly life. Manhood
restored. Impediments io Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Hook mid cricil
lars sent free, In sealed envelops.
Address, HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, l'n. an In
stitution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct nnd professional skill.
IGKN'IS AfANXr.ll for nn entirely n
icitutlni( wulk of umuiul Interest.
TJH'E HOME OUT
The grandest mid most popular booh out,
now selling fa-tcr than any otherthrro hooks
combined. Nearly two hundred superb en
giavlngs. One Agent took otic hundred nnd
fourteen In ten days. The best elianco to
make money uvcr offered. Agent wuliteil
every where. Send for our circulars with
terms, (unsurpassed), description, endorse
ments, etc. F. A. HUTCHINSON,
UMTd.Vwlm fifW N. (ith st,, St. l.oiil, Mo.
1 W) I
7 IK) I
UIJ OU ,
HKkrepauo hsnd constantly
Olil Krntuckr Iloiut.on. Iln
Wlilskies, FrrDOh HrsndUs, llollauil din
full stork a
NTOVm, T1NWAKK, I.TC,
WE GUARANTEE THAT
Who has ever had ono of the
CELEB Pj'A TEL
WILL MOST CHEERFULLY RECOM
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THEY HAVE EVER USED.
ADAPTED TO ALL LOCALITIES
EVERY KIND OF FUEL.
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. I. oris BIO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
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DEALER IN STOVES,
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Single copy one year i .'I (X)
Flvo copies one year VI to
Ten copies onn year 2u tsj
Thoso subscribing now for one vcar will
receive the paper until January 1, 1874.
Or wo will send the following periodicals
to subscribers, In connection with the Etc
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Harper's Weekly to fi no
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Hearth and Home .'! 7.
l.ittell's Living Ago S 00
Applcton's Joumal 4 ."si
A ood's Househ'd Magazlno i (si
Home Journal .1 ,Vi
The Christian Intelligencer,
with Chromo :i 75
To each subscriber to the Evening l'ost '
and Christian Intelligencer will he sent the
beautiful Chromo, "The Gleaner-." J
THE MORMON WIFE.
This thrilling book comprises; the :iden
hires nnd experience d n w 01111111 wiitleii
hy herself for years the wife of 11 .Mormon
prophet disclosing Mcryihlng--the most
fascinating book extant. Steel portrait of
the Authoress, portraits of leading .Mormons,
Life nnd Scenes In Utah, etc. Agents
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4 00 1
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fifty cents we will send the Semi-Weekly
Evening Post for the samo time.
Specimen Numbers Scut Free.
Address TO C.TIrYANT .t CO..
It Will psijr
10 IfO In Sit.
11 ry ool.
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL D1SC0VKRY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation In one bot
tle, as easily applied ns water, for restoring
to gray hair its natural color and youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to promote the growth of Hie hair and
stop its tailing out. It Is entirely harmlcs.iind
perfectly free from any poisonous stlh-tanco
and will, therefore, take the place of all tho
dirty and unpleasant preparations now In
use. Numerous testimonials have been sent
us from many of our inot prominent citi
zens. In evervtliliiL' in which the articles
now in uso nro objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY, is perfect. It Is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Nitrate of Silver, It does not soil the clothes
or scalp. Is agreeably perfumed, anil makes
ono of the best dressings for the Ilalr In use.
It restores thu color of the Hair "more per
fect nml uniformly than any other prepara
tion," und nlwnys does so in from threo to
ten days, virtually feeding the roots with tho
nourishing qualities necessary to Its growth
ami healthy condition: It rotors the de
cayed and Induces n I'ew growth of the
Ilalr more po-lttvclv than anything else.
Tho application of this Wonderful discov
ery nl-o produces a pleasant nnd cooling
cllect on the scalp und gives the Ilalr a
pleasing and elegant appearance.
can at your druggist lor it and tako no
other. If ho has not got it let him order it
Price $1 per bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington D.C.,
JOHNSTON, IIOLLOWAY . CO.,
General Agents. I'hlladelphlu,
JNO. F. HENRY and F. C. WELLS.tCO.,
New York, and to bo had of Wholesale
druggist, everywhere. !i-'.!9tf
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
H. D. MANN & CO.,i Soothing Remedy 1
121 N. Fourth S uk t,
st, 1,0 r 1 N, Missoriti.
We call attention to tho bargains wc now
offer to all in want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Tin anl Hollow Wars. Clothes Wnncers
War, Coat Hods, KtrtStioicls, Air GaMt,
houses ttsk 7.1 cents for, nil Itlack Hood-in
Wamsutta 4-1 Itleached Cottons. 17 rent-.
Hills 4- " " 14 '
Fruit of the Loom 4-4 " II!
And all other COTTONS In same propor
tion. lleautlful All Wool Plaids, 50 cents.
All Wool Empress Cloth, ,V) cents; all colors.
Tlu-e goods are worth 7.'i cents.
Fine French Merinos, il.00; cannot be
bought el-cwhere for les than l.'J.'i and
Pure Linen Hem Stitched Handei-chlc.
fl.fi0 and (XM per dozen.
Napkins, all Linen, l,to per dozen, and all
prices up to JiO per dozen.
Tabic Linen, Mannels, Culmcrc, for
Men and Roys wear, Holerv, Laces, Em.
broideries, Shawls, ScarO, Cloaks, lllankets,
and .Ladies underwear, at all prices to cor
respond with the ahow prices. Our aim is
to build up a large bulne- bv dealing' hon
orably with all. selling good' goods at low
prices. Wc keen no auction irooiN or tra-h
of any kind, and any article ordered from lis
not proving satisfactory can bo returned nt
our expense and the money will be refunded.
Wc have but 1
I for all, and guarantee that to ho a low one,
I Send for samples of any goods, if not ablo to
can, aim we win senu :11cm cuccnuiiv,
II. D. MANN & CO..'
10-17dAwlm. St. Louis Mo.
Snbdnsi ConTiililons 1
couici all dliratti In!
laUnta and Children.
tha Iloirelt, ami facil. atei
ID proceM 01 itaiuiDg,
Snbdnsi ConTiililons and ortr- I
couici all dlirafti lncidnt to f m-J.Z
laUnt and Children. I
Ctirs Dlarrhofa, Ijfnte-
Ld rummer complaint.
Children of all agei.
r.cllsTM rain, weakness or x- I
hamtionln 16 oriOmlnutM, gli- Kl
Id( tone and powrltftbijitm. J gITTS.
It la the Infants' and Children'! Oreat Soothing
Remedy, la all disorders brought on by teething or
unv other caute.
I:, particular In calling for UBS. WUITCOMB'8
EVRUF, and take no other.
l'repared by the UIUFTOM MEDICINE CO., St.
Txmli, to. Bold ty Druggists and Dealers In
q, Bor.MC and laooYaaooaa
ZINC, COl'l'BR AND SHKE1
No. 166 Washington-avenue
Castokia a substitute for castor oil
Is a physic which does not distress or
gripe, but is sure to operate when all othor
remedies have failed. You may conrl.
dently rely upon tho Castorla in stomach
ache, constipation, flutuloncy,croupWorms,
piles or dorangod liver. It contains
neither minerals, morphine, opium nor
alcohol, but is purely a vegetable prepare,
tion, perfectly harmless, and nbovo ull,
pleasant to tako. Tho Castorla soothes
and quiets tbo system, and produces nat
ural sleep. It is a wonderful thing to
assimilate tho food of children and pre
vent them from crying. A thirty-flvo
cent bottlo will do tbo work for a family
and save many n doctor stun, io-ib-wii.
The Latest Swindle. Certain sancti
monious charallsns would fain persuade
tho world that dltl'usivo stimulants hnvn
no medicinal value, and that detestsblo
alon. comuosod of griping acids and drastic
purgatives, are bettor tonlcstban the finest
vegetable ingrodicnts combined with tba
purest and mellowest products of tho still.
But this sort of thing won't go down. The
stomach of our common sense rejects It, as
tho physical stomach of overy man with
an unuopravod palato rejocts, wttn loatn
ing and abhorrence, the nauseous aboml
nations, "freo from alcohol," which hum
bugs aro trying to thrust down the throats
of temperanco Invalid under tho nro-
tenso that tbo tilth will do them good ? It
la tint lltrnlv thai lutitla 1l.nl.lln. Ullt...
tho standard tonlo of America, is any.
wnore accesiuie, ucu aicKening irauds can
mako mucn Headway, out it (1 as well to
put the publlo on their guard against
arRnoflns. Guttrnne. nnd
tork done at shortest notice
II OUT AND StIIOF. NTOIIE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., nw Atheueuiu.
Keep on hand a tooJ Meortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaiters and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which thoy sell at tbo
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examiwk.
II. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Has Fitter's and Clumber's material, Wood
pumi , Kioto and angle valves, atop
auo aosst roa
Tuft Urottiars) Fitteat Dry Una Mott r
And Mnreoous. Wrlls 4 Go's Automatlo Wital
Indlcaior snd Supply Valve for steam boiler.
wniTKH'S ULOOK, OOUUKKCIAL-AVIVP
ERSONAL. TICKNOR & CO.. the
celebrated Clothiers, announce the In
troduction of a Ulan of orderiinr cloth-
litfe' by letter, to which they call your
especial attention. They will, on ap
plication, send you their Improved und
accurato ru'es for Self-Measurement,
Illustrated iJirctilar and l'rice List,
with a full line of tumbles from their
Immense slock of Cloths, Cassimeres,
A.-C, &c thus cuuhlini,' parties in any
part of tho country to ordei clothing
direct from their house, with the cer
tainty of receiving garments ot tho
veiy latest Mylu and most perfect lit
Ooods ordered will be sent by ex
press to ho paid for on delivery, with
the understaiidlUK that if not ut!fuc
tory.they can bo returned at Tlcknor's
A U well known throturhntit tho
South and West, they have for seven
teen years EXCELLED in all depart
menu of their business, which Is a
guarantee us to thu character ol tho
goods they send out.
Your orders am solicited and when
in St. Louis, you aro invited to call at
thu ox enslvu establishment of Tick
nor & Co., manufacturers and relallurs
or men und boysciotumtr ami I'ltruisii
liifr Goods, liol and (Kill North Fount
street, M. LOUIS. -MO
Dy deeming the blood and arotulng the llrer an l
eecretlT organi to a healthy action, Dr. Ilenry't
Itcot and l'Unt PUIe curs many complalnte which It
would not be iuppoied they could reach, euch ai
Hcadacbe. I'uln Id tbo Hide, Nniiib.
ucaw of tUIIind nnd Tcet, Dullnesj,
riillliiran. Ithoumiitlsm, Nrnrnltcln,
I.oaa of Appetite, IIIUouh Dj sjcntery,
Kidney Affections), STuiisiJiiutloii, Io
blllty. Fevcra of oil Idnrfn, Uynpcp.
Mia, Jnandlce, and olher kindred enmplaluti
arising from low tutc of the body, ur obilructiuu
cf Ita fanctlom,
Dei ng free from Mercury snd other polione they
ran be taken at all times and under all clrcumttka
ci', without rcrard to dlot, budneie or pleeture.
Thev etlmuliiti) the weakened and UUtenipered
parte Into healthy action, rItIdic themetrrngth to
dUburden theniiehei and throw olT tho obitructlons
which are the first cause ot illiea'e, without
lu'oiluclair clllier unuseis ur erlplnv.
All hoary and lrowy euatlom, which are lbs
I'arnlytlcNtrokOH.ic.are effectually warded
otf by a few doiei of thffe eearchliiK I'llli.
Full dtrectlooa artiuod rieh lu lDjUib, Ucriuao, Vrauah
aalspaalib. rrtea ii Ciolia Los.
I'rrpireJ br Ida Oranoa llw.l(laa Ca., 81. Lftltl. Va.
Soti If Prulila anl beal,la Xllktfi avcrebara.
1ft 1S. ....
111 ( 1, All!
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A PrlvnteC'onnaclor to the Hurried
or thou about fo Marry, on the l'hytlolojlcal niy
terlea and rerelatlontof tUexul jjiteui, llli the
lateit dlacorerice la producing and preventing off.
spring, preaerrlng the complexion, 4o.,
' This ! an I 'fretting work of two hundred and
sixty pagei, with numerous engraTingi.and coutalua
valuable Information for thoie who ars married or
contemplate marriage) still It is a book that ought
to be under lock and key and not laid careleialy
about the home,
Saat te enr cot (frae ef eetlaii) far rtftj Canu. liSrru,
Dr. HatU' IiUpaoiary, he. 11 K. Klbtn Btrtel, at. Laola, U.
(HoiicB to Tnt iitli:t:s Airs utrreiTnrnr.
CZ Btfura appl;lo( lo tba oowrloua guacaa abaa4rarila te
rublla apara, or eilot aoj Ouack Raiuedlsa. iru,e I)r. hutta
wark, Be aaatur wSal jourdlicaaala.or bov darlorable ranr
aooditloa. Da. Bum aau ta eouisltH. (srraooajlr or br mall,
eo tba Sleeeeae maDtlaa4 la hll worke. Offlea, Ne. It Narta
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KKXTUCKV .STsVTK LOTTKHV.
Legalized by an act of the Legislature,
Tho most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
T,140 ticket" nml :i,oo prize.
To bo drawn Nov. 00, l7'2.llit'oltijttoii, Ky.
One Capital Prize of $25,000.
l:l Prize of .Vito
ili) Prize of . fill
Ii) Prizes of (!
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I I'rlo of .S.Mkki 1
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Il.OfO Prize, aiuouiilln Ii
llekcts, i. Ilahe.. )?ii. (Quarters,
tjtir Lotteries are chartered hv the ..late,
and drawn at the time iniiued, under h'
lervl-lon of sworn eoiuinlslonrrs.
The dinwliii; will be published In the
.New 1 nrlt, Chicago, and l,ntlitfllo tinper.
e will draw n sluill.ir scheme Ibis last
:itiirduy or mery inoulli durlii!,' the vcar
1S7U ami 187.1,
Itetnlt at our rlW hj IVt-ollice .Money flr
der. IteKlsfered Letter. Draft or Kvnress,
KiTSeiid for a circular.
Address SMITH. SIMMONS .t CO,,
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TIIK (IM.V UKI.IAIH.K (llrT DISTltllll
TION IN TUB COUNTRY !
I N V A L U A II h K ii 1 1- V
To be dlstribiitofl in
Xj . 3D . S X 1ST 33 ' S
Tob drawn .Mouilay, Noetnhr iilh, ls72.
Two Granu Oai'itaL's or
5,000 each iii Gkke.vhacks !
Two 1'rlzos 11,000 r. r
Flvo Prizes C00 S OKKENDAOK8
Ten Priz.es 100 5- (
One Horse and Ilujrcy with Sllver-Mntinled
Harness, worth SUOO!
One. Kltie-loned ltocwonil Piano, worth
live hundred dollars!
Six Family .Sewing Machines, - worth
Slis) each I
Flc jrohl watchen.V- chains worth i.'!0i) each !
l'ixc (Sold American Hunting Watche-,
worth l'j: each !
'IVn Ladle' (iold lltmllnt' Watches worth
7.' each I
bS) Hold and Siher Leer Hunting Watches
(In all,) worth mini SiO to $.".00 each ',
(lold Chains, siler-ware, .lowelrv, etc.
Whole number (iifls, II..VK). Tickets Limi
ted to 110,000:
AttKNTS WANTED TO .sKLI) TlClfl-riS.
1 o wiiom i.tiicral
Liberal Premiums will be iiaid.
-ets$l;Slx Tickets if.".; Twcl.c
kefs 810: Twentv-livo TleUetn "i).
Clrtuiare contHtnlni: a full list if i,rli.. u,lo.
ecrlptiouof the n.anner nt diRwInK, and other
Information in refeience lo thu distribution, v ill
b rent to nnyoun onlerlnj iliem. All leitnr..
mept b addreeo-ilto l 1, HliN'K, Ilox, Si),
iis nrricc, Olnclnuail, (.
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JIISsSOUlll STATU LOTTERY.
Lkoai.17.ki) hy Statk Authority and
Okaw.v in Puiilic in St. I.ouih.
Grand Sinplo Wumbor b'ulicnie.
Olabs K, ro uk Ukaw.v Oct. ill, 1872.
0,860 Priz.os, Atnountlnt; to $300,000.
t l'riis of. S.V),ij
V 1'rUc.or. $ loo
Pine street, between Fourth and Fifth Sis.,
ST. LOUIS, containing 1&0 rooms; havlmr
lately added oOmore rooms, Is now prepared
to ofl'er to tho tra'ellns public tho best ac
commodations, llooms, 7A cts. to t per
day. All meals 25 cents each.
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CAIRO CITY BOOK BIND Kit Y
JOHN U. OIIEHI.T t'O,,
Bullotin Building, cornor of )2tb
atreot and Waahington avonuo,
All klnda of BlnJIi.ir no l Rutins done st the
wylownt iirlcea, IlatlnK engnaej tho sorvi.
ce nf Mr, lluels, who Juui hail many years
experiencn in one 01 peat mnaeries 01 ot, ioui,
lo aiiMrlntend tnla oaUtbllahment. we ran emi
flilcDily promlsrour patron wnrlc equal to thai
nt nt ntniiairT in in. wri
per ilay I Apnla aatii
mi itinA nor .1:
I U 7bZl All otsitea ef working rr."
plr.tithiTlfX. younKorolil, mike more rpW'.'X
at rorH f ir ua in their spare moinenta or all. ths
tune, than at anything PaitleaUri fre-
A.tdreas O, 8tlnon J'ot,tlod, "jy
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Xickots, 2 00.
Our lotteries nrn ch.iru r.d bv tlm Ptulc. nr
always drawn at th lime nininl, aiul ail ilrw
Ihrh itrr under the mcrtlion "f uTorn com.
The otllcial drawiiiK will h tuMihil in the
5t. Loul papers and a copy sent lo purchasers
We will ilrnw a aimiliw H'lieinc the flat tiny of
oery month during the year 1872.
Remit nt our rlk by postofflcn mniior nnlr,
'Uitered lo tier, dotti or exprens Jen'l for eir.
cn.ar. Address, MtlltKAY, MILI.KH 4 CO.,
I'. (). box 'Mi. til. Louis, Jin.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
.V0,000 IN HANK TO PAY ALL OIKT.S.
A Full Duawinu in SiniiT.
$100,000 FOIlONLY i510.
At tho .Second Urand (lift Concert author
ized by Mieclid act of thu IcirMiittiin. In aid
ofihu Tiihllc Library of Kentucky, tumolil-
niny pos'poneti lrom .""eiiletuber "JS to lie
cetnber7, and which positively nnd unequiv
ocally occurs 111 Loulstllle, ly. Deceinher
7, IH12, wiiiioui turtner ueiay on any aceotuit
whatever, thu following cah tffii. are for
distribution by lot anions ticket holder" :
oxe oitAND nirp. cash . . . .$100,000
ONE OUAND !1KT ... nO.'MHt
1 CuhUlfl liV"" 4 C'ahC!irn.J,iKlcii.h
ICaihCift I'll (MI It CaahGifn. I,isecli
lCathfiiit I5,i till CAihtiifu. tssle.ich
I tVshGd l,(i 21 t-athCirn. Mnieach
ICashr.ilt li.is'i' Cath Gift. TOOcach
1 faihthft S.etVI !B (Uh lilfi. UKIcch
1 Cash Gift 7,000 1 t.'i Cash Giftt. .VHIcach
1 Cash Gilt ll,l lis I SO OthGiflt, HHIcich
I Cath (lift n.ii mi ( athGlfu. :f Uracil
I Cash Gilt I.iss'lltni CahGifi. Sont.e-h
I Catli Gift ll.issi llli rashGlfK. UH)ua:h
TOTAL, 1,000 OlrTS, ALL CASIl..r?rKJ0.0o0
I'lio inonov neee.s-ii-v to nnv In full all II e
0 lie red kII'-c i now iinon deposit In Ion
f armers' imu nroter iiatiK, as win no -ecu
bv tho following eertillcato of the cashier:
FAIIMKIln' ANIi DltoVElV llANIC, )
I.OUISVII.I.E, Ky.ept. "li, 1N7-. J
This Is to certify that there is now on de
posit In this lmnli mcr a half a million ol
miliar 10 tuu ciuiii 01 111c tun oii'un
Kiind. i?r00,(ssi of which U held hy this Innk
iisTrea-ll.erof the l'tibllo Library of Ken-
tttcky to pay oil all Kills to be awarded at tho
11. .s vi;.t. ii, casiiier.
PltlCi: (IK lICKK lh.
Whole tickets, tfll): hahes, $.i: uuarter.
ii.to; 11 whole tickets for $100; 1M for 22.V,
fn for S.VX); 11:1 for $l,tsk); 'Ji'( for W
lor g.'iisM), iiiM'otint on lcs tiiansiti'l
worth oftlckets nt a time.
The drawing will iiositlvelv and tiueuuiv-
ocally take place December 7. Agents aro
iereuiuoriuy reiuneii 111 eio-11 sales nnu
make returns December 'Ai, in order to jilvo
uiuplo time lor tho Until iirraUK'cmctiK Or
dei for tickets or applications for circulars
sliouni lie miilles.-eu to
OOV, T110S. E. IIHAMLETTE,
Ajjeiit, Kentucky Public Library, I'uIiUl
Lfiirary ltulldlni?. l.oulsvlllo. Ky.
ViBiar Blturt art not VM TMey wtom.
'"i1," or Poor Rosa, Wnltty, JToof ftrtM 3
itortmo Liquors, dectored, sptood, vMnmumM
to please the twte, called Toaloi?'' " AUBsmsrs."
lteatortrj," c, that lead tba ttppter m16 drsak.
eonesa and rati, but are a troa MedJdac, sad
rrom tho native roou and hcrha or caUforrUa. frta
from all Alcoholic RtlmnUnu. Ths are tfeiiaraat
I lood Purifier and a llfe glrlxut Prtinple, a Perfect
""orator and Invujorstor offhe Syhterru carrrtaa
orr all poisonous matttr and rsftoruil th blood
to a healthy condition, enriching it, riffeshlM and
Invicoraunir both mud and body. Thsy an easy
of ailmlnlstratton, prompt in their action, certain
In their results, safe and reliable la til tonus of
. Person cats tavka these Blttara accord-
,o directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their 'bones are not destroyed by mineral poUon
or other means, and the vital on am wasted beyond
Hie point of repair.
Iyarpla or Indigestion, Headache, Pain
In tho MhotUders, cougha, Tightness of tba CTest,
li..lnca, sonr Eructations of the Stomach. Bad
Iiimu in the Month, Unions Attacks, Pslpiutlonof
thu Hcstt, lnflammauon of the Longs, Pain tn the
nclon of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
ay in ptoni. arc the offsprings ot Dyspepsia. In theaa
iniiiphiltiU 11 has no equal, and one bottle will
rroto a Letter guarantee or Its merit than a
Knr Ktmalc Complalnta, In young or eld,
married nr single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the 1 urn or life, these Tonic Hitlers display ao de
ehii'd an Influence that a marked Improvement la
I 'or I iifln minatory aud Cliranle tUaau
tiiuilani ami (,'out, Uy;pcpala or Indlgestlou, Ull
lau. Hemlltrnt and Intermittent Fevers, Dlatasea
of the liiool, Mrer, Kidneys and Bladder, these
Hitters have been most snccemnil. fluch Ulseasen
are rained hy Vitiated lllood, which Is generally
produced by derangement of the Digestive Organs.
Thryare aGeutU PtURatlva a wall aa
n i onic, poiscsslng also the peculiar merit of act
I ni: a a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or
Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Organs and
In lllllous Dlseascj.
'or HUln Ulaeases, Eruptions, Tetter, 811
Ulie urn, blotches, bpots, l'lmplca, Itnrtulea, Bolln,
t'arbunclca, ning-worms. ttcald-llcad, gore Eye
Kryslpclx, Itch, Scur&i, Dlscoloratlona ef the Skin,
lliimurs and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever
name cr nature, are literally dug up and carried
out of the system In a short time by the use or them
Hitter. One bottle in such cases will convince tint
mos.t incredulous or their curatlre effect.
t inman llir Vitiated Blood whenever you
find Its impurities burstiug through the skin in
I'linples, Kruptlon, or Sores ; cleanse It when you
fin J it obstructed and sluggish In the veins; clsanse
It when It Is foul ; your reelings will tell you when.
Keep tho blood pure, and tho health of the syitem
arnteful Thousasids proclaim" Vinsoab Bit
ters the most wonderful lnvlgorant that ever sua
tallied th! sinking system.
I'ln, Tape, ami other 'Warms, lurking In
tho ijstcm of so many thousands, are errectually
destroyed and removed. Bays a dhitlngulibed
phjsloloirlst t There Is scarcely an Individual on the
laco or tho earth whewe body U eicmpt from the
presence or worms. It Is not upon the healthy
elemtuts or the body that worms exist, but upon
the diseased humors and alimy depoelta that breed
these living monsters ot disease. No system or
medicine, no vermifuges, no anihelmlmtlrs, will
free, tho system rrom worms like these Bitten.
Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged In
Taints and Minerals, such aa PlumberaType
scttcrs, cold-beaters, and Miners, aa they advance
In life, arc subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To
guard against this, take a dose or TVAutaa'a Vis
ecu 11 lUTTXRS twice a week.
Illlioua, Itemlttrnt, and Interanlttaut
Fevers, which are so prevalent In the valleys of
our great rlrcrs throughout the United states,
especially those of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Bed,
Colorado, liraxos, luo Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entlro country during tho Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
and dryness, are Invariably accompanied by exten
sive derangements of the stomach and Urer, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, excnlng a powerful Influence npan these,
various ot.va'is, Is essentially necessary. There U
no cathartic for the purpose equal to Dr. J. Win
en's vtNriiAH UiTTKits, aa they will speedily
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels aro loaded, at the same tlmesUmulaung
the secretions or the llrer, and generally reatonntr
the healthy functions or the digestive organ.
Scrofula, or King's Brll, White Swelling.,
Clcer, Kryslpclos, Swelled Neck, Goitre, scrofulous
Inflammations, indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Affection, Old Sores, Eruptions or the Skin, Bore
Eyes, etc., etc In these as in all other constitu
tional Diseases, Walkeii's VixiaaR llnrias have
shown tlictr great curative powers tn the moat
oustlnattj and Intractable case.
Ur. Wnllter's California Vlnesjar Bis
ters act on all these cases in a similar manner.
Ity purifying tho lllood they remove the cause, and
by rebolvlng away the effects of the Inflammation
una tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive
health, aud a permauent cure hi effeCed.
The propertlca ot Ua. WaLIIR's TlNMsa
UtrTKiis are Aperient, Diaphoretic, CarmlnaUve,
Nutritious, laxative, Diuretic. Sedative, Counter
Iriltaut, smlorlllc. Alterative, and AnU-Bllloua.
The Aperient and mild LaxaUve properties
or Dk. WaI.kkr'a Vinegar Bittiiui are the best
safe-guard lu ca.scs of eruptions and malignant
fever. Their baNamlo, healing, and soothlngpro
pertles protect the humors of the Csucea. Their
Sedatlro propcrtlea allay pain In the nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from InnsaimiUon,
wind, colic, cramps, etc.
Their CounterIrrllant Intlaaaee ex
tends throughout tho system. Their AnU-BUIena
Eropcrtlcs stimulate the liver, In the secretion of
He, and Its discharges through the biliary duota,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the core
or lllllous Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body auralnsl disease by
purifying uU Its fluids with vinioar Brrrgaa. Mo
epidemic can take hold or a system thai fore-armed.
Directions. Take of the Bitten on going to
bed at night from a hair to one and one-half wine-
giuasmi. i:ai goou nounsning rooa, sucn as oeer
stcak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vage-
tatues, ana laxe out-ooor exercise, iney an
composed of purely vegetable IngredlenUb and
contain no spirit.
II. II. McDO.YAUJ CO.,
Druirirlsts and Gen. Aat.. San Francisco. OaL. At
cor. of Washington and Charlton Bta., N.Y.
SOLI) BV ALL DRUGGISTS h DEALtJU.
I'ar lr. Ilenry'a World's TtMafe tussl
It Is llir great household remedy, plaaaantto
t.ike, yet potent for the prevention and eura ef
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
lluchn orSarsaparilla. Sold by Drugg iiU
Dr. Henry's) Hoot susd Plsuit Pllla.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgrlplng-ea-.Irely
vegetable great liver remedy. Prices
:ents. Sold by Druggist.
Mra. Whllcomb'a Syrup.
The great soothing remedy. Price only M
;nits. Gives rest to the mother and bealtkto
the child Sold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Suitravlngs, Two-bundred and sixty Pages,
PilceSOcents. Address Da. Butts' DisraTx
1 hit, 12 North Eighth Street, SI. Louis, Mo.
If so, take our advice and purchase your ticket,
over tie old reliable and jpnUr Missouri Fa
nno Railboau, which l iw.illvely Ihe only line
running three dally express trains froiuHt. I.oule
to Kans City and b8f" u'' ', Positively
the only line which rims Pullmsi; pulaf o aleepers
and fine day coacnee, especially for movers,
eqiUPI-ed with Miller' yafelv platform, and Ihe
Silent steam brake. From Hi, Louts to Kansas
itv. Ft. mcoII, Lawrxnee, Learenwarth. Atcbl
soii, HI. Joseph, Nebraska, City, Council lllutls
auH Omaha sillhout change I For infoimatlou in
regard lo time tables, rates. Aa to any polot In
Mlasouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texas, and
CaliurnlR, call upon or addreasS, II. Thompson,
Agent, Missouri Hsclflq fc,R, Oolumbui. Ohio 1 or
II. A. Ford, Oeneral Passenger Agenl, Ht. Ixiuls,
No trouble to answer correspondence, J-
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