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Wood for $1 per lond at iho box fac
tory. 10-6-3m
Call and examine tho pianos nt the
Kev. 11, II. Thayer' and S. P. Wheeler'
lit. Louli boll treblo manufacture.
U-22lf. N.P. Cuntics, Agent.
Stive, the bar-keeper, hm opened a
nno saloon In Louis lilattcau old ttand,
where can ba found, nt nil time. Htcvn
ervlng lit a customers with the best of
drinkable. H-.i2.tr
Mk.Uko. Stkinhouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth atrect and Com
mercial avcnur-,dcilrca to call tho attention
of the boarded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he it mat
ter of bit profeiiion In all its branchei.
lie has bearded many a lion In hit den, and
calli for more. tf.
The St. Louli boll treblo pianos aro as
durable as any piano In the market, and
the sweetest-tuned that you ever listened
to. N.P.Cur.TiCE, Agt.,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth & Wash.
i i-22.tr.
For Sale Cheap ron Cami. Tho
valuable reiidcnco property, known at tho
"Rankin Property," situated between 16th
an J 10th streets, It ntTercd for tale cheap,
for cash. Tlilt flno property contittt of
four good lots, with threo dwellings, All
In excellent order. Inquire of
Geokoe Fisher,
11.8 tf. at tho Custom House
Merchants, clerks, or any othert who
with to wear fine boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Win Ehlcr't, on Twentieth
street. 10 19tf.
For Rent, a two-story business house
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth rind Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding Iiouic
A lcais for twelvo months will bu given
Apply to John II eo arty, No, 89, Ohio
Lcveo. 10-Mtf.
To art of our friends who desiro a
flrst-clais article in the linn of boots, short
or gaiters, made to order, oftbo Lett stock,
and in any stylo or pattern desired, we
would tny try Win Killer's before going
elsewhere. 10 19lf
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1872.
Mr. A.n.va La.no, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, hat (utt received a largo and varied
itock of fall good, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handsome assort
merit of ladies' and children's underwear,
something now in this market. Her
woolen drawers and leygins combined are
alto something new and tbomot corntort
able thing for children in cold weather
ever devised. Mrs, Lang also has a well
elected assortment of halt, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will b sold as cheap as can be
found elsewhere in this market.
10-9-lm
Fresh oysters received daily and for
ale by the whole or half can at Phil
Saup's. 10-2dtf.
Notice or Removal. II. Sayers has
removed from No. 03 to 95 Ohio Levee,
where ho is paying tho highest prices in
caih for scrap iron, rags, rops, copper
brass, lead and all kinds of old metals.
Also, the highest prices in tho city paid
for hides, furs, feathers, lecavvai, ginseng,
tallow, grentp, etc., etc. Remember the
place. No. OS Ohio Lovee. 11-7 tf.
Pianos and organs for from $50 to
l,o00. N. P. Curtice, Act,
Cor. Twelfth i Wash, avo.
11-2-J.tf.
Loci Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is the friend of every
body, is now fully instilled in his new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to tho public tho best Hi. Louis beer
tho choicest brands of wine and thn purest
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
that thoie, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a genorout
lharo or pulilic patronago. Como and
eo Louis in his now homo. Ho bus a wel- j
como for everybody, and for you, reador,
a cordial one. tf. i
Good New Ono of tho largest and
most complete stock of cuslnm-mado boots
and shoes ever brought to this market, has
Just been received by Messrs. Hardy &
Oreenwold, No. 105 Commercial ave.
Theto gentlemen aro both practical work
men in tho boot and shoo business; hnvo
bad a larger experience, and cannot bo de
ceived into purchasing anything but tho
very best stock.
They employ a number of Urft-class
workmen at their establishment, and are
manufacturing every variety and
style of Ladies and Misses' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, nnd guarantee
satisfaction. They inako theso a specialty
They alto make to order all kinds of tine
calf, kip or leather boots, In stylo and prico
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in tho West. All goods warranted to bo
as represented. tf
Nobody donies that if you would havo
oysters by tho plate, stowed, fried, roasted
raw or on the hulf-slioll, by tho dozen
can or barrel, thoro is only ono place In
the city wbero you can got tho freshest,,
Juiciest and best. That place by common
consent is tho Tholia Oyster saloon, at
tho corner of Twelfth street and Wash
ington avenue, and, whilo them, if you
should cbanco to call for a glass of St,
T . f 1. . , - f 1 . . .
xjouis mger , a glass ui wine, naiivo or
lorclgn, or something of a stronger kind,
your own good tasto will testify that
Jaeckol keeps tho best. Then go to tho
Thalia, call for what you want to eat or
drink, and if you aro not mure than satis
fied, cvorybody will say that you must
sbarge your dissatisfaction to your own
depraved tasto. tf
The reputation of tho Stclnway piuno it
known all over tho world.
Il-22tf. N. P. Curtice. Acont.
Feathers in largo or small quantities
t very low figure at H. Lovl's bide
tor, ob Ohio L'e. 10 18dtf
Uomk Auaim. Mr. Ooldstlnc, of the
iirm of (ioldstlne t Rosonwator, has ro
turned homo from Now York, where ho
has beon making largo purchases of win-
tcr dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr,
Ooldstino had completed all his purchases.
bo'oro thu Hoslon fire, and thcrefo-o be
fore tho lato advance In prices. Messrs.
Ooldstino A; Rosen water can, consequently,
sell at prices exceedingly bolow these now
current In this market. Tbey ask the
public to call and inspect their goods and
ascertain their price, being sail lied thai
no ono will go away from tho store, leav
ing bohlnj thctn tho bargains this firm
aro prepared to offer. tf
EIOIIIIOFK FUKN ITU HE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff ba purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho abovo establish
ment In Cairo, and Is now prosecuting the
Furnituro manufacturing business with
great success.. Ho Las a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant ovory article no manufactures. He
his also a full slock of Itedstcadt, Chairs.
Tablet, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and ms prices
defy competition. Sales room at the fac
tory. 6-2Gtf.
ATTENTION.
Received dally by cxpro's at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
goods kept in ico : Fresh wblto
11th, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 60c to families, warranted
good; also New York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; tqu'rrels,
ducks and other game j celery and fresh
Olilo butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced harn, dec, betides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will bo sold uta fair living profit.
I0-19.tr.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
JJelow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. II. Levi 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 ir. this market. Ho is pay
ing for
Hides, dry 2int t lb 1C to 17c
Hides, creen salted t3 lb Sto'Jlc
Deer sklr.s V lb 20 to 25c
I allow d lb StoCfl
Feathers "fl lb 3otoC5c
10-3tf.
WINTER BOOTS AND
SI1UES.
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whoso busino lays out of doors,
and who for tho pvservatlon of health
and good temper ,ight to wear good,
heavy water-proof boots, can get Jutt what
they want by calling on Wm. Enters. He
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and give general sat
isfaction. 10-29-tf.
FOR SALE
A one story brick house ; with a lot 33
fct front by 100 feet deep. The house
contains thrto rooms and kitchen, bat two
halls, alto a cittern atttached. For terms
apply on tho premises, corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
n-23-lm. James A. Fry.
Our Homo Advertisers.
A JEWEL.
Hczodont purifies,
SoEodnnt beautifies,
Sozodont gratifies all who U'e it.
Sold by drutryliW and perfumer.
ll-'Jlddiwlw.
Have You Sekn Her? A lady tho
fur the lust tivu yean has hicn a leader of
fashion in New "York, and who may bo
seen twins a week in her elegant calccho
driving u pair of superb ponies in Cenirnl
Park, has recently stated, in tho select cir
cle to which she belongs, that tho only ar
ticle in f-xistenco which imparts beauty
and luster to tho complexion without ulti
mately impairing tho texture of tho tkln,
and causing it to collapse and wrinkle, is
Hogan s Maunolia Halm. Thu name of
tho diitinguithed member of tho beau
iiionde who made this declaration cannot
with propriety lio given, but it may bo
mentioned en pnnant that thu has spent
several year of her life in Europo and is
familiar with all tho arts and preparations
employed by tho court beauties of tbo old
world to enhance their charms.
ll-24-dwlv.
I'AKKKU & BLAKE,
ntiua. ii
WALL FAPER. PAINTS,
I'Kllr, Ui-nxlui', tinenllne,
WIOSTIDO-W GL AS3.
WINDOW SHADES,
And tha celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
HUOSM' I OU.DlNf, CCF llTH ST. COM
MKliciAI. AV,,
Cairo,
tf
InNOia.
INMAN LINE
Liverpool Mew.Toik and rbltadrlphi
Steamship Company;
cKoti coxraaCT wito cxitio itiiii axb siitisb
ooTsaamxTt
For Carrying (be Mailt
FOll PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcatuxa ixroaauTioa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Act.
It Broadway, New-Tort, or to
II. II O tl p I ,
Washington Avenue), Cairo. nnia. i
FOR SALE.
ON EASY TERMS I
A Valuable fnrm
Metropolis, on the Joncsboro Road, consist!
T. ncre cicareti anu
other Improvements, now nwiii mi farm
biuia. uiiv-ioiinii down ba ance In
"""" jumir notes secured bv
mortgage, vltl? tlx per cent. Intere.s
. Ji. Hie timber is good and haa nvr
been culled and uo timber will & nSmUtei
o bo cut or used, except what (a ucciiiary
u, tiiu nmisui ui luaiuaco. until alte.'
tbo second puyincut has been made.
r or wionnauou arnir 10
i T. &ENNQB
HMJIrIStW AND fOHWARIIIlia
IIALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING ano COMMISSION
M K U t) If A If TN,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Areola or
into RIVER XVli KANAWHA
SALT COMPANTEB.
70 Ohio Lkvek,
Cairo. Illikoih.
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
AXS
Cewent, Plabter Paris,
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
HO. 71 OUIO LKVXE, VNIiKR CITY NATION
AL DANE.
tSTKor the jiurpose of hulldlnir up a
wholesale trade In tJalro, I wilt tell to deal
ers and contractor In lota of WJ barrels anil
upward, at manufacturing prices adding
freight.
Cairo. AuiTist 13, 1872.
J. M. PIIILLIFS L CO.,
(Hucctitori to K. 1). Ilendricat A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AXb
"WHARI-BOAT PROPBIETORS.
iS Liberal AilraneemeDis ma4
tot Uon CoDslticmenU. 2E
Ara prtparrd to receise, store aod forward
frciKbti to all poiatt and buy and
nX oa commlaiioa,
tBuiioeat ailmld to pmmpUr.
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO.,
FLOUR
SID
Ueueral Commission Mercbaubs
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
4
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
AMP
DEALERS IN FLOUR, COR
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS jor FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DEALER IN
JEHJYT, OATS. C03SJ
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO,
ILLINOIS
Z. D. MATUUM.. X. C .UUL
MATIIUSS Si UHL,
AND OENBAI
Commissi on Merc hants
DEALERS iN
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
.KOIlin I.KTKK.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Buceenort toBtratloo, Hudson k Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
1N
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
Foreign Advertisements.
WINKS AfllS .mOUHN.
wuoimir. sao amlt tsiDia t
I WINES AND LIQUORS' I
i
i
And proprietor of nr'" and spcndld
BILLIARD hall
CAIRO,
No.7S OiiioLkvke,
ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
wines anu Liquors, wmcu ue win eu at mo
very lowest nirurcs, au anu examine.
7-fldly
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
MltlIMIHHllMtIHirK4MMHMtMHIHIItt)IHHI
OHIO LEVEJS
CAIBO, II.LIROII,
Also, kp cootuotlr od hand a mott com
plate stock of
SCOTCH
AND Ikisn WHISKIES
fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba 'Wines
RUMYTll A CO. sell fizcluxlTSly for cash, to
, which fact ther Invite th epclal aUn
inn ( clntn bareain hu;ra.
F. M. STOCKFLETII,
tcccuioa q ruiiLi a sTocarKia
HsscUfjer nil Wholroule llMtler lu
orclsrn natl Uusneallo
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Omo Lkvek,
CAlkO, ILLINOIS
HEk'I'on hand cooptantlT a full flock e
OIJ K'fituckv Uotirboa. Hre nd Jlononla
tola Vhlki!, French Rrsndlpa, Ilol land Oft
RSn nd :llfnfnl Wln D
HALUOXH.
LITTLF KEKTUCKJAK
SALOON
AND
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levje, bet, 4th and Cth streets
CAIRO, ILLS.
JOHN B. PIJLLIS Si SON,
(Huccoiiora to John b. Hillllt,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
Attn
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
axu
DEALERS IN .'HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Me-al, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTB-tiT. Ahl OHIO LEVI
CUtjlKO, ILLS.
CRYSTAL SALOON
AND
BEADING ROOMS.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD POST OFFICE STAND,)
Corr-cr Slstli street and Commercial Ave.
The best brand ot Clean", choice Wines,
Liquor, etc., always on hand.
XSTOpen day and night. JX
OLD DELMONIL'O
5AL00N ANU READING ROOMS
jorncr 7th street and -rTKirs IILOCK.
Commercial AV.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Proprietors,
r3VThe hat hrandg of Clears, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand U
EL DORADO
BILLIARD SALOON AND UAR
ROOM.
lOlin OATEN, Proprietor.
II Commercial Areaue. CAIHO, ILLINOt4
Btt hrand of Callfo ClHrilu recl,;,
HILLIARD saloon furnished with the I.eM
of table : and bar supplied with wince, liqtiois
and clirar of thfnc-t br.in
31EALS AT ALL HOURS.
A fine new Dining Hall wlth'evury eon
cnlenee bus been added to this DoDUlar
ItL".tuurant. and the meats will lin-J every
re(tiWte lor thclracconiodatioii.
THE BILL OK FARE
consists of every Kubttantlal and delicacy of
tuc season.
th supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NES & CIGARS
ISTMIxed drink prepared with care.
11-10 tl.
IIOOKN.
to X
5 - 5 S
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BOAT NTttKIK.
SAM WILSON,
a at a a i
JU
BOAT BTOBES
OIOUIIIII,
PKOVISION8
Kv. li
Out Liraa
XTC.
Foreign Advertisements.
mist i:.n'ii:iiikis:
r
ERPRISE
GREENBACKS
TUK ONLY HKLIAULh OI FT DISTKIBU
TION IN THK COUNTRY I
Ti. D . 8INB'8
Nineteenth Grand
ANNUAL DIS 1 RII3UTION,
To be drawn tt'ednday, Jsnury lit, 1-TI.
$200,000 OO
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
S 10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD!
)10,COO IN AMERICAN SILVER I
FIvo Frlaes 91,000 r
Ten Prls COO ? 1
One span of Matched dorses with Kanillv
Carriage and hilvcr-Mounted Har
nes worth Sl.fiOO!
FIvo Horses nnd I!iicle. with sliver-
.Moiiriieil Harness worth $fV)encli!
Five FInc-toned Rowood l'Iano, worth
&.7J0 oarli 1
2j Family Scwliur Machines worth
eino cai h I
2,300 Gold and silver Lever Hunting Watch-
tin an.) worm irom fju to ?:m each I
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Juwcln. etc.
Number of gin. 2.',0o0! Ticket- limited
to 1W),(W0 !
AGENTS WANTED to si:ll Tincirrs.
To whom Lthcrnl rrcniliiius w II be nal 1.
Slnslc Ticket- S2: Six Thkct $10; Twcl.c
Tlckutt 20; Twenty-live Tlcketi H).
rirrular roctamlnir a full ll.t of i rlic. ,1.
scridlonof thr n.annr c! draw loir, and otlitr
information In rff-rfn'o in tlie distribution, II
Im. sent to an one ordfriDj lhm. All Irttfrr
mM b a-)dri;d to L. I;. fclNE, Jinx, M,
Nils nrncs, Cinclnnnii,
ini WV ih l nn.19 C .
$64,260
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by an act of the Lcglnlaturc.
The mo't liberal Lottery over drawn. Only
7,140 tickets and 3,00 prizes.
To be drawn Nov. 80, 1872, in Covington, Ky.
One Capital Prize of $2o,000.
1 Prize of . .io.000
1 l'rlze of. . a,150
2 1'rizeaot 1,wj
2 l'rizea ot . . . . tux)
3,0s0 1'rizes, amountln
13 Prizes of. .62.7)
31) 1'rlZi-a Of . . CO
420 1'rlzva of . 20
2,010 1'rUea of. U
S to S0t "CO
Tickets, $12. Halves SC. Quarters
Our Lotteries are chartered by the state,
and drawn at tliu time named, under the mi
porvUiou of nworii commU-iunci.
The ilrawlngi will lie iulili.-licd In the
New York, Chicago, and Loui Hie papers.
Wc will draw a similar scheme the la-t
Saturday or every mouth during the year
1ST2 and 1873.
Remit at our risk by Post-office Money Or
der. Itegi-itereil Letter, Draft or Express.
3TJeiid lor a elrutilar.
Addrew sJUTH, 1MM0NS i CO.,
llox t27 Coviugtoti, Ky.
10-25cod.twlv.
5300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalized dt State Authority and
Dxawv i.v Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
50,000 numiieos.
Class L ro nE Dkawn Nov. 30, 1872
6,860 Prizes. Amounting to $300,000.
1 I'rlsnf.......JVi,i0 ff) I'rlti-scr t 100
I " or. M.4B0 8 " (if. . l.Oio
1 " of.. io,j k " or Wio
1 " of.. 7,(pi V " of. 300
" of . ' or 240
" ot ,. 2 SH " of....... 0
20 " Of l,lV SH " of 1W
20 " of. &) iw " or...... uo
40 " of...... 2.VI U " of. 10
Tickets $10; Half Tirkets, fS: Quarter
Tickets, $2 CO.
Our lotteries aro charmed by tho Stnte, are
loajrs drawn at the tlinr namfd, am) all draw
inns arc under thu supeivinoa of rworarom-tnl-tlonera.
Tht official drawinK will !' fnillhl in the
M. Loulprer and a copy of drawlnj sent to
purchnsem of ilekHt.
We will draw atlnillar scheme tbo Ut day of
ejery month diiriotr Iho )enr 172.
Kemltnt our rik hy iotrfflce mmey order,
'ea'stered letter, drali or express Send for cir
cu.ar. Addre-s, MUItlUY, MII.l.Kll CO.,
P. O. box 2te, td. liule, Mo.
4-1.IwIt
THE KENTUCKY
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
SMW.OOO IN HANK TO PAY ALL OirfS.
A Full Duawi.no is Sight.
$100,000 roirbNLY sio.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert author
ized by special act of tho legislature, in aid
oi the r.timcuiiirnry oi nentucKy, unavoiii
ablv Dos'noned trom September 28 to De
cember 7, and which poltlvelv ami uncrpiiv.
oeallv occurs In LouiiUlle, Ky. December
7. 1S72. without further delay on anv account
wnatever, tno loiiowin enn pu are lor
distribution by lot aiuon ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT. CASH. . . . ....flfAOOO
ONK GUAMJ (iltT WHW
I OihGift tafai i rahCift.i,0iieKh
Cjh(.ift WMir 1. tJaili Ijiln. l,(sifa'.h
CAtmo, III.
1 Cth Gift
1 CuhG'f
1 Uith Gilt
1 Cj1i Gift
1 Cah Gift
I Cash Gift
I Caih Gift
1 Caih Gift
I CathGift ....
n,im
SiOH
7,oiiii
f.,l(l
i.fusj
4,0
JO Cah Gifts, yiti-.h
21 Cash Gifts, K)cach
23 Cash Gifts. TCOeach
W CashGifti. oluit
45 Cah Gifts. !') each
U) Cash Gifts. 4i)tach
Ml CashGifu. 3 Oncli
l(K) Cash Gifts. Jfmcafh
A! Cash Gifts. lliUcatli
Foreicn Advertisements.
OLKAK AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CIWTAL DISCOVERY FOR TlfE
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation In .ms bot
tic, ni easily applied a a water, for rcstorin?
to (jray hafr Ita natural color and youthful
appuaratipi, to eradicate and prevent dand
niir, to promotB tiie jrrowth ol tho hair and
topltialllni?nnt. Itlseiillrcly harmlcsan.l
perfectlv fri ij Irom anv pol-onotis subManre
and wllf. therefore, taku tlt.t place of all the
dirty and tinpleaaant preparations now In
ue. NunicrotH testimonial- buvo been sent
us rrom many of our niot prominent citi
zen". In ovcrythinir lit which thn artl.les
iilsc teV ff feon!,.l'fL y''A'r
U. co,tnlii neither siuar of Lead Sulphur or
... .;,tt, ikHUtJ IMH VJH Hit CI0III0S
or scalp, h ai;reeably perfumed, and makes
one of the bc-t rirelm; for the Hair In uo.
It restores the color of the Hair "more per
fect ami uniformly than any other prcpara-
tllltl" Illtll flllVV .1..... ... I.. '. '
ten tla v. Irtually f erilini; the root with the
honrlshlritr ciualltlot necessary to It growth
.mil linftlthv eri.tjlftln. . I. - -. .? ,
caved and Induces a new growth of the
If ,, . lUtltll Wi lllV
Hair more positively than anythlne eNc.
ne nppiicAtion or tlili wonUerrul tlhrov-
r, ..I... ..ma.I...... - .....
..,.,.......w.. v., OHUUI llll ll-l'OV-
cry uNi proiiucet a pleasant and coolinir
clleet on tin, scitn mnl f,tt,.M n... m.i. .
. , fi-.vr. nan ii
pleasing and elegant appearance.
van ui wiur uniKjri-t lor u ami take no
uta, ,10i ,la1 ""' ,'ot I""' him order it
ft jo-i uuiiie.
AliTIIlfl! VA'l-T
Inventor ami Proprietor. Wahlni.'ton Kc.'.
,I0IINT()N, HOLLO WAV .t CO.,
General Agents ritlladolphla.
.In V Ifl'VIIV t." SIMM i r.'.-..
New nrk. n ml tn 1,,. t. - , t ni ivt.ni.i
dniglsts, ct cry where. 0-21UI
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy !
WHITCOMB'S -
8YRUP. (.'
f nlidosi Conmlilaas i
rnmsi all dlisurs la
, . I- . - ... -l. r 1 I
WHITCOMB'S rrll
SYRUP. UaChl
varrt i.nuc nna urtpirp in
lli Howsl., aul facll. ales
tb frocis ot Teethlog.
T nlidosi ConmlilaBS an! ersr- I
rnmsi all cUisum InclJant to t f3t!TH
iBfaDts and ChlMr.a. JTli? "
CnrsS Plarrhosi, Tj-Mnte-
ani nmmf Lotnpiaiiit,
Children of all tgn.
hsu.tlonln 15 o'rSOmlntilrs, rlr
. i . . . . ......
CE1TT3.
It Is tha Trfants' and Children's Great Soothing
n.mt lj, In all dftordars trougbt cn 1 tMIhiDgi.r
LBr otb.rcaa.t,
r articular In calling for MRS. WUnCOMD'3
ETrtUI', and taVa cn othsr .
I'rcparsdby IU ORAITOT MEDICDJR CO., St,
7inls. Uo. Col 1 1 DrujjUts and Daaiars la
31'Ufh tTsrywhcrs.
.sBUY MC AHD ILLDOYOULGOfla
ICOOTflLAHT
PILLS.
V.j dtanilc; tho Mood ami arousing tba Ilrrr and
ftcrctlv. orcaui la a healthy actloo, Ur. llrorjs
Knot and l'hiut Pills tnre inany complalntatrhlcb It
nnuld not t "Pr1''1 ther could reach, audi as
Ilvntlacbc. l'niu lis tlio Side, niub
neat of Iho Ilniitl mid Feet. Unllnes,
autiiiica. isiipiiiiiniixui, .-snurniKia,
Loan of Appetite, Ultiit I)yentcry,
Iiltlncy AffecUou. Cotihtlnntlon. Be
bllltv. Fever of nil lit ml, Uyapep-
sli, JaDDtllt'O, and other kindred comrlslnls
Lrlalng fruin a low tutc cf tLo lvJy, ur olsini.tUa
ci us lancitoni,
Kult5 frvo fr.im Msrcnry and other polsona ther
can bi ttkea nt all timet and under all clrcumiuu
cc, rlthout rc-ird to diet, Uit'lness or pleasure.
Tbe ttlmi.ut'i tho wea'.ened and dl.ttmi-ered
pirtslnto healihv action, (tiling them atreogth t
disburden tbemselros and throw off tho olstrnctloca
sihlch aro tba flr-t caul's of iliaea'e, Witliont
proilncltiKCllticr tinuienor irrlplua;.
All hear; and drow-y leniation., which aro ths
f iff runners of direful dliea'ei.uch as Apoplexy,
I'arnlytlr StroUex.Ac, are erTncttully wardaj
i.T by n few does of then searching 1111 ,
Kail d.reeil.si snsind e.eh tot, la Lu jA, Oaiaa, frtftSi
atlSp4Qtib. I'rie 11 Ceti .
rr.-M brlMllritUl IWltltl C.. Pi Loill.U
Mi Xj Oru4(lsu aa4 Ukila iwlkla. .r7wkrw
l'KOSl'KCTUS KOK 1873. SIXTH YE.Ut
TOTAL, 1,000 Oiri'fj, ALL OAmH..N),000
rue money nccesary to pay in I till nil tl
offered elf a ta now imoii ueiionit in die
f armers' anu wrovore. tianK. as win ue -ecu
by the following ccrtiilcnte of the eaMiler:
r AHMEitb) ami iniovKrv im.nk, i
Louisvii.m:, Kv..'i'ept. i!tl, 1S72. J
This i to certlfv tliat tlieic U now on ile
poelt in this hank over a hall' a million ol
ilollara to the crctll ot tho (lift Con cl t
Fund, eWO.OoO 'ir which is lieltl by tliltii'ink
iiaTreasu crof the 1'iibllo l.ibiaryof Ken
tucky to pay oil' all gilts to bo awarded at the
urawing.
it. a. ykauu, uasuier,
ritICK OK TICKIVTH.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, $,'i; iiuartor".
S2.W): 11 wlio o tleKetsiorsiiw: lor
W for esno: 113 for fl.OOO: i!i: for f'J.MO; ,V( r,
lor m vw, .o uiM'ouni ou iea tiiun ?iu
worth ortickcta at a time.
Tho tlrawiiu: will no-ltlvclv and uiicoulv
ocally take place December 7. Ageuta are
pcrcmptoriliy rcquirett to ciomi eaten ami
IliaKo returns ireeeinucr ai, in orucr to pive
amnio time lor tho llual arraiiL'cmonti. Or
ders lor tickets ornpiillcatlons for circular
snoiiiu no auiiresKi'ii to
GOV. THOS. K. HUAMLK'rj'K.
Arent, Iventueky I'ublic Library, 1'iibl:.
i.iorary iiuiniini?. i.oiihviiic. iy.
A BOOK FOR THE WIILUON I
A Private rmiiiaplov tn ihnMi,..i..
Utetd.KOTerlela produel&f tad prmotioRtT.
flnrl ntr nratut-wltss ik. ar
imit F I '!" ,MW VMUIJUSJ4IUU, ms,
.u'. tii.1' .."'"Bwork of two L-Mred and
siitr a, with numerous eDBraTlng.aodcuutalas
valaaCla Information for tbos. who ? narrled or
eontampUu marrlarei still It Is a book that ought
i?Ji?.u?"Jock B" k,T nl "o' W cvelM.1
about tbo boom,
iv?Vi." f tft) far fifty Cuts. AUm;
Dr. trv lilsHaaary, Ka.MtN. Iikik aireai, ML Leai. .
JJ3TJC8 is tux Amieini axd nrroirnun.
C7',Mlare arplylai toUa bmtims ciiacnkea4wUM la
Ua . w aiiaj ear Qu4k llatMaUae, awaae Dr. anu'
ark, m auuar wkat yaw aUMaae ieei HimUnknMt yu
T II E A L D I X E,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, tinleially
admitted to bo the Hainlomett Period
ical In the World. A Ilepresvnta
tivc and Cliamiilou of Amer
ican Taste.
Mot for Kale lu Hook or Ness a Stores
AilT DKI'AItT.MKNT. !
Xotwlthstandlii the ineieae in tho price
of subicriptioit hil fall, when the Aldlue as-
timed itntire-cnt noble prouortloua anil rep
resentative character, the edition was moro
than double the past year; proxliiL that the
liienca'i ptiuitu uppiectaie a suiecru ei
fort iu the cau-o ol Ait. Tliu publishers
anxious to justliy the ready eontlueneo lints
demouetrated, hao excited tliem-elvcs to
the utmost to develop and Iniprmo the
work; and the plans lor thu coming; year,
a.- iintoldt'd bv the monthly Is-ues, will as.
tonl-li and de'Hu'lit even the most hangulno
irlemis ot ttio Amine.
Hie Alillue will renrouuee examples or
tho best torelgn masters, selected with a
lew to tho h shcbt art stlc eiicecei. anU
crcate-t ceueral intercet! avoiding Mich a
liavu ticciiiiiu laminar, iuiuiiu iuuiuj,i.,jiiiif
or copies of any kind.
1 liu quarterly unieu piatea ior in
reproduce four of John . Davis' Inimitable
clald-skuU'lies apprtprialu to tho lour eea
sous. These plate.-, appearing in tho issues
lor January, April, July, ami October,
woulit bo alonu wortu tho price or a year s
subeeription.
imii:mium ciiiiomos ron 1573.
i:tiy subscriber to thu Aldlue. uho pay
In advance lor tho year 13711, will receive,
without additional charge, u pair of beaut!
lul oil cluomus, alter J. J. Hill, the eminent
Knsllsii painter, uio piciure", eitiiiieti
'lite Villat'o llellc," ami "C'rofing (lie
.Moor," are Hx'JO Inches aro printed from
HA illtlerciit plales, requirliii; impres-luu.s
and tltitb to perfect each picture. Tho samo
chrumo are sold lor i'.'.O per pair, in thu art
stores. Ah it In the deterinllialioii ol" it eon
ductora to keep thu Aldlnu out of the reach
ol competition in every department, the
cliromos will bo louiid ahead ol anv that
can bu offered by other periodical;, livery
slibsciiber will receive acertllleate, over the
.(,'iiaturo of tho publisher.-, L'tiaraiiteeiiig
that the chromes ilellvered shall bu equal to
tliu sample furnished the ugetit,
or thu money will bu reluuded.
The dl-trlbutioii of pictures of this grade,
Ireu to tho subscribers to ti live dollar peri
odical, will maik an epoch In tliu history of
Art: anil, conslderiltf; the unprecedented
v teunnessol the oiieu lor I'hu Aldinu Usull,
thu marvel lulls little short of a iiiirlaclo.
even to thosu best aetiiaintud Willi tho
aehievemunts of Inventive itenltia and lm-
provu.i mechanical appliances. (V'or illus
trations oi thesu cliromos, see uvoiubcr l
situ ol tliu Alillliu.)
THU LlTr.UAHY deiwutmkxt ,
will coutlmiu undur tliu cam ol Mr. Mellaril
Henry Stoddard, alsted by the best writers
and pout orthu day, who will striie to Itave
tho llteraturu of thu Aldiim always in keep
ing with IU artistic attraction!.
TlCIt.MS.
S3 per anuiti, In advance, with Oil Chro-
'"TlieAl'lluu will, hereafter, be obtaluable
only by subscription. Them will be no re
duced or club rate: cash for subscriptions
must bu eelit to the publishers direct, or han
ded to thu local axeut without 1'e.ponslbiHty
to the publishers, except iu cases where thu
certificate Is given, hearilii; tho fac-sliulle
signature of Jamea Sutton & Co,
AGENTS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently as
a loculub'cnt, will receive lull and prompt iu
torniatlon hy applying to
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68J4aldeu'Lau, Nvv York.
Foroigh Advertisements.
IB
iiiuw!Ii1.ihh;m
made ot Poor Ilnm. Whisky, Proof Slriuiusd
IWfiisa Liquors, doctored, spfcedrand isvssteseS
o please the ; taste, called TonlS.." "AppturaVi
' Ue.torcrs," Ac, that lenl the uppleroo w dnwk.
rnnest and ruin, but are a tru T Medlctne. Sad
front the native root aod hcrba of californlt. rm
Alcoholic stlmulanta. They are the Orm
nLl,arlflca?', ? Ufe-lrtln Principle, a Perfett ,
nennrator and Invljorator of theSjstera, earryuur
pS.bonou.J, maUer an(l reorun the blooJ
KJIi" ,.hT c?n,,ln. enrlchlnir It, rr frethlnfj and
Invisoratiit both mind and body. Tbey art Sat
or administration, prompt in their action, certain
in thfir results, gate and reliable la an forma of
C1SC.1AC.
iJHi u'".?" nittttrsi accord.
WR to directions, and remain lone unwell, provided
....... .niuv ulu uuh .lua.iucu oj mineral poiaoa
or other means, and the vital organ wasted berood
the point of repair.
, ',-,lPlsrInIIeatlon, Headachs. Pain
In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tlifhtuera of the Cheat,
IMHlnc, sour F.rnctattons of the Stomach. Bad
Taste in the Mouth, nillous Attacts. PsJplutionol
tho Heart. Itiflanimitton of the Lanca, liln in lha
ricloti of lha Khlneya, and a hundred other painful
sjinplonarctheomiprlnirBof Dyspeptla. In theso
complaints It has no equal, and one bottle mil
prove ii ixixr truarantee of lu tnertla than a
li'turtlij ailvrrllscincnt.
Kor Krninln Cnmplalntf. In ynnng CT Old,
nurrlnl or slnirlc, at tlio dawn of womanbood. or
the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so da
cii t-il an inCucncc that a marked Improved eat la
of n perceptible.
I 'ii- liiilniiiniatorr anil ClirnnU nhtn
iii.iii.iii aud fiout, Dytpepsia or Indutcatlon, UU
l'Jt., Itcnilttcnt and Intermittent Kcvvn, Dtseaaca
of the luootl, IJver, Kldn)s and Illaddcr, these
Utters have been most aucceasful. Such Disease
an rtiM br Vitiated Illood. which Is fenerally
rrMscod by deranucmcnt of the Digestive Orrana.
l'hrvnrti n Gentle PtsrBattva aa well
is I oiile, posetlnii alao the peculiar merit of act
ln, us a puivtri Jl aent In rcllevlnc; Coniteatlon or
liinutritnjtlon of the Liver aud visceral Oram asd
in I'lliou Diseases.
Tor hkhi Ulaeaaea, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
r.i.cttn, liioichcs, &iot, I'laiplcj. imsinies, lions,
tarhttnrlea, lllng-wornis, ekald-Urad, Sore Eye,
rrjwpcUs, Itch, Scurfa, DUcolorations of the Skin.
Humors and Dlscaaes of the Skin, of whatever
iii..e rr nature, arc lltcrahy dug up and carried
nut of the system In a short time by the nee of these
I'lttcn. One bottle in such cases will convince tb
rast Incredulous of ttitlr curative effecta.
C'lrnnar the Vlllnteit Uloorl whenever too
find Its Impurities bursting through the skin la
Pimple'. Krnptlons, or Sores : cleanse It when you
End It ubsirucUMl and lucmu In the veins; ctcacsa
It when It Is foul ; your feeling will tell you when.
Keep tho blood pure, aod the health of the sjsttm
will follow-.
Crnteftil Thousand proclaim TlsfOSB Bit
TEni lite must vvuudcnul Invlgorant that tvtr aa
t.laed the sinking svstcm.
i'ln, Tiie, and oilier Worms, larking in
the (j steal of so many thuuaanda, arc effectually
destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished
luysiolosK : There ti scarcely an Individual on the
l..oj of the earth whose body Is exempt from ths
I KKiico ot worms, it Is not upon the healthy
Ucmiuu of the body that worms exist, hut upon
l lie tltaeivvl humors and slimy deposits that breed
nice living monsters of disease. No a j stem of
tacJh lne. no vermifuges, no nnthelmlnltlcs, will
free the system from worms like the Hitters.
Mcrlinulral Illacasea, Persons engaged la
Palnu and Minerals, aueti a 1'lumbcre, Type
t ttcrx, (jold-hcatcr, and Miners, as they advaaea
lu lift, arc subject to paralysis of the liowels. To
Itujtd ugaltist this, take a duae of Wimu's Vim.
Lu.iit Iiitteiis twice a week.
Ililloua, Ileuilttriit, ami Intcrmlttasat
(Vveia, which ara so prevalent lu Hie valley of
cjr great rivers throughout the L'nitcd Slate,
cspeciallv those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois. Tunniuce, Cumberland, Arkansas, Ret!,
Colorado, Ilrazos, Illo Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Saratiuah. Hoanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country daring tho Summer and Autumn,
ond remarkably so during seasons of unusual beat
md dryuess, arc Invariably accompanied by exten
rive dirangcmcnu of the stomach aod liver, anat
uil'.er uudomlnal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon thea
various organs. Is cscnUally necessary. There 1
no eaiharils for tho purpose equal to Utt. i. WaLi
Kti'B ViNcotr. IlirrEits, u they will speedily
remove the dark-colored viscid mailer with wbwn
t!i honclinre loadol, at the same time sUniulatmg
the secretions of the liver, and generally reswrmr
the hcalihy functions ot the digestive organ.
Srroriiln, ur ICIliR'a Evil, White Swcllln-,
Ulcers, Lrjtlplas. swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulou
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
Airecilons, On! Sores, r.ruptlon of the Skin, Sore
Kvix, itc, etc In theso a In all other constlta
(local Diseases, Walkcu's Vineush Uittcii havt
shown their great curaUve power la tho taoat
obstinate and intractable cases.
Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bit
Sera act ou all these cases in a similar manner.
Uy purifying the Illood they remove the cause, and
by revolting away the crrccls of the Inflantmauoa
(the tubercular deposits) the affected part receive
health, and a permanent cure Is erected.
The iiriipcrlles of Dit. WsLXKit'a VlNIOsa
I!!rr;:m are .tpenent, Ijfaphoretic, Carminative,
.vutrldous. laixatlvc. Diuretic, Sedative. Counter
Irtiuuil, sudonflc. Alterative, and Antl-Olllou.
Tlio Aperlcut and mild Laxative properties)
cf r- WsLkEit's VivEatn Dirrxim are tbe beat
f ufc-guard lu cases of eruptions and malignant
fevi-is. Their balsamic healing, and soothing pro.
ponies protect tho humor of the fancea. Their
k-dailre properties allay pain tn the nervosa sys
tem, stomach, and bowel, from Inflammation,
villi I, colic, cramps, etc
Their Coiuitei-Iirltant Influence ex
trndi throughout the system. Their Antt-Ullleu
properties sllmulato tho liver. In tbe secretion of
bile, aud Its discharges through the biliary duct,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the care
of unions t'evcr, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body acalusl disease by
purifying all its fluids vt ith V inbuah uimaa. Ka
epidemic can lako hold of a system thu fore-armed.
Directions. Take of the hitter on going to
bd at night from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such a beef
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
romjioscd ol purely vegetable Ingredient, aa4
contain no spirit.
n. ii. Mcdonald t co
Druggists and Gen. Agt.. ban Francisco, Oah, at
cor. of Washington and Charlton St., K.x.
SOLD BY ALL DafUOlSTs A DEALX1U.
Tap Dr. Ilenry'a World's Tonic
Blood Pnriaer.'
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant t
lik,', yet poUnt for the prevention and cur of
illseasea. It I better than Bitten, Cordial,
IliiehuorSanaparllla, Sold by Druggist
Dr. nens-r'a Root and Plant PUla.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orgTiplng en
.Ircly vegetable great liver remedy. Price S
rents . Sold by Druggist.
Mrs. Wltltcomb'a Syrap.
The great soothing remedy. Price on!y St
tents. Gives rest to the mother and htalthto
vho child Bold by Druggist .
Mnrrlnge Galdss
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kew
Snsravlngs, Two-hundred and Uty Page,
?i Ice W cents. Address Da. Octt' StsurCSfe
linr, 13 North Eighth Street, St. IOUl, ko.
I e Advertisement.
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The TukabureIIousk or America.
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Asciita report sales of 2.1 to 100 coptet
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qgestlca, asi
f rsssati a rt
ccri of S3:otis
tap arallelei la
lis history of
ths invention.
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everywhere.
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