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CAIBO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1872.
Wood for $1 per load at tbo box fac
tat reputation of luo Stclnway piano ii
known alt ovor tbo world.
ll-22tf. N. P. OURTicf, Agent.
Fxatukks In large or small quantltlci
at vory low figure at 11. Lovl's bide
tore, on Ohio I.ovco. 10 18ltf
Frehm oysters received dally and for
tale by the wholo or half can at 1'hll
l'UNOJ and organs for from $J0 to
S!,Coo. N. Curtice, At.,
Cor. Twelfth & Wash, uve.
Choice men pork and breakfast bacon
at Parker.V Axley s. 1 l-2'J-Ut.
"Wanted. A woman to do general
houteworktbu best of wages paid. Ap
ply to Mrs. Hiiei-iiaud,
Cor. of Second st. and Com. avo.
Mkhciianih, clerks, or any others who
wiih to wear line boot! clthorcalf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latent
style, go to Win Kliler, on Twentieth
afreet. 10 1'Jlf.
Cam. mid xaiiilmi tint pianos at the
Kv. H. II. Thayer's mid S. 1'. Wheeler's.
St. Louis bell treble manufacture.
II 21!tf. N. 1'. Ccrtick, Agent.
Steve, tlm bur-keeper, has opened a
tine iaIouii In Louis lilnltcHu's old stand,
where run bu found, itt nil times, Steve
erving bit cm tome rs with the belt of
1 you want til urid otie-hnlf pounds nl
"cofl'eo A sugar; or eight pound of New
Orlimis t'lKinj or, (Air and one -quaiter
pounds of rnll'i'.j for ono dollar, go to Par
ker Si AxInyV I l."."J.'Jt.
l'i:i:i'.KK kok L'lllilslMir. Now nd
elegant iwi'lry,bppropr!itu f.i r Chriitiiia
gilt', muy be found ul liuder llrolhors.
To an v of our frienda who desire a
flr.'1-chci! Hrtlcle In '.be 1 in u of boots, shoes
or gaiters, inaihj to order, of the lit flock,
and In any stylti or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wni Khler's before going
ulsowhoro. 10 l'Jlf
The St. Louis hell treble pianos itro hs
durable as any piano in the market, and
the swecteiMuned that you ever listened
to. 1'. CfllTICK, Agt,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth it Wash.
Kor Kent, a two-story busines bouse
on Commercial avenue, between High
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding houie
A lease for twelve months will be given
Apply to John Heoahtv, No. 69, Ohio
Mil. Geo. Stei.viioue, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue,desircs to call the attention
of the bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and tho fact that ho is mas
ter of bis profesion in all its branches.
Ho has bearded many a lion in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
For Sale Cheap ton Cahii. Tbo
valuable residence property, known as the
"Rankin Property," situated between lolls
and ICth streets, is ottered for sale cheap,
for cash. This tine property consists of
four good lots, with throe dwellings, All
in excellent order. Inquire of
(f EOKOE FlellEK,
1 1-8 tf. at the Custom House
Notice or Kemova!.. U. Bayers has
removed from No. 93 to 95 Ohio Levee,
where he is paying tho highest prices in
cash for scrap iron, rags, ropes, copper
brass, load and all kinds of old metals.
Also, the highest prices in the city paid
for hides, furs, feathers, I eeswax, ginseng,
tallow, grease, etc., etc. Kemember the
place. No. 95 Ohio Lovee. 11-7 tf.
Mrs. Anna Lano, Eighth tlrott be
ween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has uit received a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attontlon to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children'! underwear,
something now In this market, ller
woolen drawers and leggini combined are
also something new and tho most cornlort
ablo thing for children In cold weather
ver devised. Mrs, Lang also has a well
lucte'd assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all torts, all
of which will be told as cheap at can bo
found elsewhere in this market.
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who Is tho friend of every
body, Ii now fully Installed in his new
quarters, -on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues, lie of
fers to the public the best St. Louis beer
tho choicest brands of wlnu and the purest
liquors to bo found in the city, und hopes
that these, rivll treatment and a cordial
reception, will Insure to him a generous
sharu of public patronage. Come and
seo Louis in his new homo. Ho bus a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Nonour denies that if you would have
oysters by tho plate, slewed, friod, roasted
raw or on tho hulf.shell, by tlm dozen
can or barrel, there is only ono place In
the city wheru you can get the freshest,
juiciest and best. That pluso by common
consent is the Thalia Oyster saloon, at
the corner of Twelfth street and Wash,
ington avenue, and, whllo then-, if you
lliouhl c bunco to call for a glass of St.
Louis lager ; a glass of wine, native or
loreigu, or something of a stronger hind,
your own gol tato will testily tout
Jaeckel keeps the best. Then go to the
Tli all ii, call for what you want to cut or
drink, and if ynu are nut more than satis
ded, everybody will say that you luu-t
shurg'i your dirsatisfaction to your own
JupruVud tasti'. tf
Goon Nl'.WH--Ono of tho largest and
moat complete stock of custom-made bouts
and shoes ever brought to this market, bin
Jut bet'ti received by .Messrs. Hardy V
Greenwold, No. 105 Commercial uve.
These gentlemen ure both practical work
men in the boot and shoe business; have
had a larger experience, and cannot be de
ceived Into purchasing anything but the
verv best stock.
They employ a number of tint-clais
workmen at their establishment, and are
manufacturing every variett and
style of Ladies anil Misses shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
satisfaction. They make these a specialty
They also make to order all kinds of fine
calf, kip or leathor boots, In style and price
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in thu West. All goods warranted to be
as represented. tf
Christmas ii Comino. Uudor llroth-
ers liavu made elaborate preparations for
Christmas In the way of filling tbelr hand
somo store room with new and elegant
jewelry, gold anJ silver watches, plated
and silver ware of tho newest patterns,
and a fino stock of pianos, organs and other
musical instruments. A look through
liuder lirolhor's stock will leave no ono at
a loss in tho selection of a Christmas
present for a friend, tvery article in
their lino is placed before the purchaser,
and he can select an elegant and appro
priate Christmas present for a big friend
or a little one, mulo or female, wifo
daughter, sister or sweet-heart, at a prico
suited to Lis purse and inclination. The
Iluders extend a cordial invitation to the
public to call and examine their Christ
mas stock. 11.28-tf.
Fine family groceries cheap at Parker
& Alley's. 11-30-St.
Houk Aoain. Mr. Goldmine, of the
firm oi Goldstino Si Kosenwater, hat re
turned homo from. Now York, whore ho
has been making largo purchases of win
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
Goldstino had completed all bis purchases
be'oro tho lloston lire, and thercfo-o be
fore tho late advance in prices. Messrs.
GoldstineiSi Kosenwater can, consequently,
tell at pricet exceedingly below those now
current in this market. They ask tho
public to call and inspect their goods and
ascertain their prices, being satitled thai
no ono will go away from tho store, leav
ing behind them tho bnrgnins this firm
are prepared to otl'er. tf
A Chapter for Girls anu Boys.
Tho eccentric old gentleman, Santa Claus,
veteran saint of all good children, was
present and lent hit valuable assistance
when tho bewildering stock of holiday
goods, just opooed by Phil Saup, was to
lected. No ono but St. Nick him
self could have grouped together such a
collection of toys and playthings. When
he put down on his list thoto cunning ex
press wagons which uro tbo wonder and
delight of boys of all ages, ho was thinking
or tuo food bov who never toils a
lie, nor runs away from sclioo
nor loses his mittons and who is sure to
get ono of these wagons for u Christmas
gift. When bo laid aside that beautiful
baby which adorns tho show window and
which la tho magnet of attraction for every
littlo girl who passes that way, ho had in
his mind tbo good littlo girl who is suro
to got this doll or another just llko it for
her Christmas gift. Tho willow rockers,
tho chairs, tho hobby horses, nnd the
smaller toys, too numerous to mention,
need only to bo seen to excito a determin
ation in tho minds of all tho littlo folkt to
have as many at thoy can get. Wo in
vito tho boys nnd girlt to give father and
mother no peace till Phil Saup has boon
visited, his stock inspected and Santa
Glaus Informed what to send to the little
Cranueriues, pigt foot and mince
moat, and an assortment of canned fruits
at Parker & Axley's, corner of Tenth und
Received daily by express at Wintor's
grocery in Winter's block, the following
goods kept in ice : Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at &0c to families, warranted
good; also New York sound's, by the
quart; cjams and fresh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and other gamo ; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, Ac, besides a variety of other
articles, Including oranges and lemons, all
' which will be sold at a fair living profit.
Mr. II. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door weat
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
ho invites tho patronage of
the public. ltMW 3m,
HgYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-live Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
WILEY & BIXBY'S.
m its. McUj:k,
u KiKhthfelrrri, Imiwi on Commercial and Wih
tu-tou Atrliuen, H ilei'r rrc-lin
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LSTKST FALL ANI) WINTER STYLES
Union full hue uf
XPOiTtCTIETS & HAT3
1 1 rnninvl and unlrimtriMl,
Knr.M.'!l FLOWERS. KIMiONd, TRIMMINGS
of Ml kind. l.acea, etc., etc.
a large amortment o
Mr. MeC.nd ha- alau
Kicj Aiticlea, iucb as
NECK Tl.M, COLLAR. UKMinflLEKVES,
KUPftS, HASHES, FAN!,
Aad all oibrr articles utullj louod in a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. McOee, In addition to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods. bai a Undone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and Missel' Shoes -and Cliil
dreus' Hoots, Mack and m Colors. Tliese
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
.Shoes id the market, and this Is the only
place in the city that makes them a specialty.
SELLING OFF AT COST !
MRS. MAHGAKET JACKSON
Formerly S wander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, delrc to dispose of her large
and elegant stock of
Immediately. In order to taolllitate the sale
oi liergoodi, JIrs Jackson has determined
to otfer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And inites the ladles ol Cairo and vicinity
to call on her If they desire good bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The uiostof thein having been selected from
the late lull ttyles, hence the ladles have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and lash
lonable millinery at cost price. The stock
cousins or huts ribbons, Uowcrs, hosier',
ladles underwear, etc., etc. list) tf.
muvui, rixwAtiE, rrc,
a"1i a l i7e y, "
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin tnd Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringer Tolls
War, Coal Uods, Firstiborels, Air GM.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SUE El
166 Washington -avenue
THE HIDE ANI) FUR TRADE.
Helow will be found tho corrected list
f prices by 11. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi does a very large
trade in his line, and it is a well known
fact that he always pays tho highest prices
to be obtained in this market, lie is pay
Hides, dry flint lb lCtoHc
Hides, green salted V lb tito'Jjc
Deer skint lb 20 to 25c
Tallow $ lb 5 to Co
Feathers O lb 3D to 05c
EICHHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
AVm. EichholT has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
Furnlturo manufacturing business with
great success, Uo has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on band, ana can war
rant every article be manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of lledsteaih, Chairs.
Tables, Uuroaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on band, and nis prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
WINTER BOOTS AND
ltailroad mon, farmers, draymen and all
others whoso business lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation or health
and good temper ought to wear good,
henvy water-proof boott, can get just what
they want by calling on "Wm. Eblers. Ho
makes French calf or kip boott, warranted
to fit well, wear well and give genoral sat
isfaction. , 10-29-tf.
A one ttory brick houto ; with a lot 33
feet front by 100 feet deep. The houto
contains threo rooms and kitchon, bat two
halls, also a cistern atttached. For terms
apply on the promlsos, corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
ll-23-lm. James A. Fuy.
Wltooflnn. Outtfrin.tr, and all kloJn ofo
frk donat utiorUxt nntic. fetitiltf
HAVE EEBN SOLD
They have given
0 HEATER SATISFACTION
They have done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are Moro Easily sold,
Paying a Hotter Profit to the Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cooking Stove
I2ST TEL" 33 MARKET
801.11 II V
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
Wholesale dc.ilcrs iuatl kinds ot
AND II V ALL
LIVE STOVE DEALERS,
0. W. II 12 NDEKSON,
190 Commercial ave., CAIRO, ILLS.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
ltoalizkd by statk authority and
Dkawx in Public in St. Louis.
Grand Singln Mumbor Scheme.
Class L ro di Drawn Nov, 30, 1672
6,880 I'rices, Amounting to 1300,000.
1 prinof. ...ijo.'oo
1 " of m 13.460
1 " Of.. ...... 10,000
I or. . 7,w
4 or. e,oc
4 " of i.tu
m " tf 1,000
20 " Of 400
so " of - aso
Tickets flO; Half
ln Prism of. 100
V ul. ........
" or 600
9 " Of 300
" of. 260
84 of. 200
3C ' ot 160
ISO " of........ 100
600 " of 10
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets. SI 60,
Our loturies are chtrisrsd by the BUt, re
lwji drawn at tli llm aamsd, and all draw
Idcs arc undsr th suptrvlaioe of sworn com.
The official drawing will b nuMlslixl In the
At. Lou I pprm and a copy of drawing tent to
ptirchsorrs of tickets.
We will drw aslnillsr ehcmp the laet Uy of
ei err month during the ar NfLL
Rrmllat our rink tiy inwtofflce money order,
registered letter. Irsft or eipreM Hnd fnr cir-
nunnA 1 1 iiii.i. ci j.t
tit. Louis, Mo.
P. (). box 2446.
The Mastkii Spirits or the Would,
The TiiKASuitE IIouhb or America.
TltK tIKKAT HOOK OK TIIK YKAIl.
AKcnts report sales of S& to KM) copies
In a few hours ordays. I'nosi'KCTUS Khek
Address J. W. GOODSPEKD,
New Yoik, Chlcayo Cincinnati, .St. I.ouls
ON EASY TERMS 1
A valuable farm within seven miles o!
Metropolis, on the Joncsboro Road, con-lst-Ini?
of -JiW acres with 00 acres cleared and
other Improvements, now owned and form
crlv oeruplcd, by .1. T. Iteiitile.
TERMS. One-fourth down balance in
one, two and three years notes secured by
mortua'e. with fix per cent. Interest.
N. It. The timber is ijood and hai never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to be cut or ummI. exceiit what Is neccn-ary
lor Hit: wear and tear or the plat e, until utter
thu second payment h:i been made.
Kor Information apply to
J. T. ItKNNIK
P. G. Scliuh.
City NtstlOHftl UsuakBallUlsiff.
apssial attentiso psusl tss'rdsrs from siesw
boats alglit or dav .
tll"US 'O '!
CAIRO CITY COAL
I prepared to supply customer with th
PITTSBURG ANJ) ILLINOIS
ORDERS lea at Ualllday liros. office, 7
onio LKVKK, or at the Coal Vara below the
U rM..rT.B If All lll ....lv. r.Mml ........
NrfM. 1VW .1UICI. T.1.1 I WV11V J'lUUIII. UUUU'
tiou. The Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
aiongsiue io steamers at any nnnr.
HKAX EMTATK AUBNUt.
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Notwithstanding the increase In the price
of subscription last fall, when the Aldlne as
sumed llspreK'tit noble proportions and rep
resentative character, the edition was more
than double the past year; proWiiL' that the
America') public appreciate n sincere ef
fort In the caiiMt of Art. The publMirrs,
anxious to Justify the ready conlldeuce thus
demonstrated, have exerted them-elvcs to
the Utmost to develop und Imprint: the
work: and the plans lor tho coming Year,
as unfolded by the monthly lssur, will as
ton I !i and delight even the nio-t atiKtlinc
friends of the Aldlne.
The Aldlne will reproduce uauip!en of
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lew to the blithest artistic stlcec", and
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"The Village llelle," ami "Crossing the
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store. As It Is the determination of It con
ductors to keep tin; Aldlne out ol the reach
ot competition In every department, the
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tree to Hie Mib-eribers to a live dollar peri
odical, vv III mal k an epoch In the history of
Art; and, coniilerlug the unprecedented
cheapness of the price tor the Aldlne Itsell,
the marvel tails little short of a .nlikielo,
even to those best acquainted with the
achievements of Inventive genius and im
prove.! mechanical appliance-. (For llln
tratlolls of thee olaomo", see November is
sue of the Aldlne.)
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will continue under the cine of .Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddard, :il-ted by the best writers
and tioets oi'thetlay, who will -trite to have
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ing with Its aitlsllc attractions.
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uess, worth 81,000!
Five Horses and lluggic. with Silver
Mounted Harness, worth 8000 each!
Five Fine-toned Rosewood l'lunos, worth
SMO each !
STi Family Sewing Machines, - - worth
9iw eacn 1
2,300 (iold anil silver Lever Hunting Watch
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Gold ChaliiH, Silver-ware, JcweltT, etc.
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At the Second Grand (ill't Concert author
Ized by special act ot the legislature, lu aid
of the Public Library of Kentucky, unavoid
ably postponed from September 'JS to De
cember 7, and which positively and uucttilv
ocallv occurs in Louisville, Ky. December
7, 1872, without further delay on any account
whatever, the following cash gilts arc for
distribution by lot among ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT. CASH $100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT 00,1)00
1 Cub urn jri.oooj 4 ('jthCifK ( :,! aO
HARMLESS A3 WATER,
asr A TTAIT'J
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A perfectly clear preparation In ,mc bot
tle, as easily applied as water, fnr restoring
to gray hair Its natural color nnd youthful
appearance, to eradicate and prevent tland
run", to promote the growth ol tho hair and
stop lt lulling out. It Is entirely liarnilcs.iind
perfectly rrco rroni any poisonous substance
ami will, therer.irc, take the place of all the
tlirty and uiipleaant preparations now In
use. Numerous testimonials have been sent
us from many of our mot prominent citi
zens. In everything in which the articles
ll.0icV.Jl,,.V.'.."ru nl'jectlonablc, CRYSTAL
DISCOVER , Is perfect. It l warranted
tr contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Nitrate or Silver, It does not soil the clothes
or scalp. Is agreeably perfumed, mid makes
one or the best dressing for the Hair In Use.
It re-tores the color of tin. Il..lr ii.t..f.. t......
rectaiid uniformly thaiiniiy other prepara
tion," and always does so In Irom three to
ten days, virtually icodlng the roots with the
nourishing qualities necc-ary to Its growth
and healthy condition: It restore tint de
cayed nnd Induces u new giovvth or the
Hair more positively than anvthlni' elc.
I ho application or this Wonderful discov
ery al-o produce- ;i pL.a.ant and cooling
filled on the scalp and gives the Hair a
pleasing ntld elet'ant nppearance.
Call at jour druggist lor It ami take no
other. II lie has not got It let him order It
Price 1 per bottle.
Inventor ami Proprietor, Wa-hltiL'ttiu D,(,..
.lOII.YSTU.V. IIOl.LOWAY X, CO.,
General Agents. Philadelphia.
INO. F. HENRY and F. C. WELLS.tCO..
New York, and to be had ol Wholesale
druggist, everywhere. n-viyti
As en Inrlirormtor, Z.lvcr Corrector
pml ISlood Bcnosrnlor Is superior to all th
ltittert, i:il.xirs. Cordials) and Baron
(.itrnins in tin, It Is so adsptsd to th whoU
, lem tl.tt 0Tr jr orgsn nJ fonetlon In tbo tody Is
brought under Its txtillarstlng Influencs. It girts
t't:ic nnd atrcnetli to the dlgenttte rip
imrutus, diapcU lnnenor nnd debility,
itivli;orate tho I.lvcr, rcenlnt tho
JLli'.ney nnd Dowels, rtmoTM tb ftxtot
cxccii or OTSrtatttlon tit any kind tnd giv vl-tnlltj-nntl
rlchnca to the blood.
Its cuntlr potrtrs alter and completely reorgan.
I:n tho entlro mm of fluids and eren the lollde of
tho l.utrnn yitem, thereby prerenttsg and curing
1;-Npepttc nuil Comuiuptlve Nynip
t.irr.H, I'ever und Affnn.DlIloiiN IMsena
("I, I'cverH of all klii(l,crTou Debil
ity, Airectloiin of tho Htomnrh nnd
Doweln, etc. As a mild and delightful Inslgo
lunt for delicate female. It bas no inferior.
by Ite use new life and rigor Ii glren to both bsdy
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through every
part, which Is permanent nnd Inatlnff.
It Ii the molt ctl.ctual remedy for the relief ol
human tufferingererdlicorertd.andas pleasant to
tl.o tiite a old rye or fine wins .
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X THE X & X
x WORLD x
To produce a mora delicious medicine to take, yttso
potent fur the 'retention and cure of dUeeae as
::. vzszrs t:sls'3 im blccs rssiraz.
lrlro 91, or O Ilottlcts ror 83.
Prepared by the Orafton Medicine Co., ST. LOCTS,
Mo uld by DruggUts and dialers lu medJclaas
1 Caili Gift m
1 Cih Gift 15,000
1 CaihCif. 10,000
1 Cash Glt S.OtlO
1 Caih Gift S.UOO
1 Cith Gift 7,000
1 Caih Gift C.Oim
I Cash Gift &.000
1 Cash Gift 4,1011
1 Cash Gift .
a Cash Gifts,
M Cash Gifts,
43 Cash Gifts,
M Cash Gifts.
r.11 Cash Gifts,
Ul J Cash Gifts,
TOTAL, 1,000 (SIFTS, ALL UASH..$.V)0.000
The money necessary to pay 111 mil aim e
fill'nred elf! is now unoft detioslt In till'
Fanners' and Drovers, liauk, as will bo 't-cn
by the following certificate ot the cashier:
Faumkkh' ani DitovKrs Rank,!
1 ir.. iuu.. (i.i suT.i r
i.uuievii.La, ji.y.,i.7cJi. v, joi. i
This Is to certify that there is now on tie
nosit lu this bank over it half a million ot
dollars to the credit ot the (lilt Cornell
Fund, $500,000 or which Is held by tills b oil;
aH Treasurer of the Public Llbrarv of Ken
tucky to pay otf all gilts to bo awarded at tbo
R. S. VEACH, Cashier,
I'HICE OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, $.V. miartnrs
60 for tSOO; 113 for 11,000; 'Ji'i for 2,n00; B'iR
or rnutju, cso utscoutu on less tnuuioo
wortu orttcKcts at a tunc
The drawiiiL' will nosltlvclv and uueoulV'
ocally take lilaco December 7. Agents are
peremptorilly required to closo salcn ami
mako returns Docetuber 'ii, In onler to give
ample time for tho tlnal arrangcuieuts. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circulars
should bo addressed to ...,,,
(10 V, TH03.K. URAMWm'K,
Agcut, Kentucky Public Library, 1'ubliu
Library liulldiug, Louisville, Ky.
No Person ean take Ihrsr ltltlin acton).
(airtoUlrcctloin. anit remain loti unwell, tirovhlnl
their boucs nro not ikstrorcd by mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs waned bejond the
point of repair.
Uyapepalii or Indention. llc.Tl.ic.'io. Pain
mioe anotuiicrs, uuukiis, jii.'iiiik'ss oi me (..uesi,
Illzzlnesa. Sour Kructntloiis of tha Muiiiiirti. I t:t l
Taste In the Mouth. llilloin.Vtt.ick-, P.iliUtatlnn nl
the Heart, tiirlaiiimatioii of the l.iuius. Pain In tho
redon ofthcKldncts. atula lminlreil other painful
symptoms, are tho otr-sprluss of liyspcpsi.!. tino
bottle will prove a hotter guarantee ot its merits
than a lcnuthv advertisement.
Fur Female t'oinplaliita. In JOtinir or old,
married or simile, nt the dawn of worn juhood, or
tho turn of lire, thce Tonic llllters display so
decided an Influence that improvement Is soon
For liittiiiiiinutorv nml Chronic ltheu
inatUin and (inut, llllious. itemltteut and Inter
mittent I'evers. Diseases of the lllood, Uver, Kid
tiers nnd bladder, these Hitters have no equal.
Such Diseases nro caused by Vitiated lllood.
ThryniT uyeiitle I'llrgativu it a well its
n Tunle, possessing the mem of acting as a
iirtteerful n.ri.rit In rpllnrlm. Inntrpsllnn nr Inflnm.
niatloti of tho (.Ivor and VUTcral Uigaus, and in
I'or Skin Dlieasrs, Krnptlon'f, Tetter, Salt
niieutn. Illolt'hcs. buoU. I'luinles. Pustules, polls.
Carbuncles, Itluc-uortm. hcalddleait, Nire I'.ves,
i:rjspel.n, Itch. Scurfs. Dlscoloratlons of the Skin,
Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
nr nature, are literally dun up and carried out
01 inn system 111 a Miori uiue uy me ue ui ineae
Orutrfui Tlimisnmle proclaim Vinegar Hit
thus ttij ino-t vvouderfiil luviKorant that ervr
sustameu tnu Ritikiu murm.
It. II. .IK IIOVV MS Oi CO.
Dni'-'Uts 1111,1 ii, mi. AciA. sjii rrauelsco. Cab. k
cor. of W.iHiiiuKton and Charlton SH., .V. V.
01 11 itv ai. 1. niti liiiima .v in.Ai.r.iLM.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A Prlvntot'onnaplnr ti thoMnrrleil
or thoie about to Marry, en the l'byiluloglcal mri
terlesand rerelatloniofthesexnal jyiteni, Kith tlm
latrit dlicoverlti In producing and preventlair uQ
sprlnic, preierrlng the complexion, Ac.,
This iiani-reitlngworlc of two L:-dreil and
Valuable Information for thoie who am married or
contemplate marriage! still It Ii a book that ought
to be under lock aud key and not laid careleidy
about the bourn,
. Sottoeof ootttrMof eeiun) for FIRy Crete. iitJrfM,
llr, Butli' WipfUiiry, .S. 11 S, kUtia hlrtel, Sk U.I., un!
iMsiies io ins Armiiis im mresicwATr.
t" aetorraptljlnj Ui lb. uuiunwii oviras l.o 4.m Id
I sbUe !tt, or ailua my yunl II.o.tJk', tu.a t)r. Bum'
worl.aa&iatlsr ehilyeurdlivsMla ut buw dr.ortble roor
cvoaltloa.. 0a. Bum caa be csuiultol, irwuallr or br mall.
a Oil dl.nMiurutJsu.il lu till surir. OISo, No. U .Soiih
Cbjktt Slrl, Ul..a llutr- m Cliiiuut. HI. Unit. ale.
Muisar Dttter are not a vile Taney smssr,
vnado of Poor Hum, Whisky, Proof Spirits aad
lterma I.lqunrs. doctored, spiced, and sweetened
to please the taste, called "Tonics," Appetisers,"
" llostorcm," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drunk.
vuiir-i iiuu rum. oui are a true uedlclae, mad
from the native roots nnd herbs of California, rres
from all Alcoholic Stimulants. They are the Gnat
lllood Purifier and a Llfc-BlvInK Principle, a Perfect
llciiorator and Invlgorator of tho System, carrying
oj all pnl-onous matter and rcstorlnir tlie blood
to a healthy condition, enriching It, refreshlnf and
ltitli;oratltuf both mind and boly. They are easy
nf administration, prompt In their action, certain
In their results, safe and reliable la alt forma of
.No I'rrion can tokra three flitters accord
ing to directions, nnd remain lotnr unwell, provided
their bones arc not destroyed by mineral poison
or other means, and the v Ital organs wasted beyond
the point of repair.
Dyspepsia or liullecallnn, Headache, Tain
lu Hie hhotilders. Coughs, TlghlliCNi Of the Cheat,
DUzlness. Sour K.ructatlons of the Stomach. Had
Taste in the Mouth, bilious Attacks, PalpltaUon of
the llcnrt. Inflammation of the Lungs, Pain In the
legion of tho Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
tjliiploms. are thcotlsprtngsor Dyspepsia. Inthcso
coiiiplatiits ii lias no equal, and ono bottle will
irovo it better guarantee of Its merits than a
For i'Vnuilc Complaints, In young cr eld,
inarn. il or single, nt the dawn of womanhood, or
the (urn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so dc
ii J d an Iniluiucu that a marked Improvement H
I'or liillniiiiiinlnr)' nml Chronic tllieu
iii'itlsiu nnd (tout, Dyspepsia or ludlgcstlon, till.
Ijii Iteudltent nod Intermittent fevers, Diseases
i,f tho lllood, I.lver, Kidneys ami bladder, tluso
bitters have been most snccrwmi. Such Dlscasi
arc r.tnrisl br Vitiated lllood, which Is generally
prrdnccd tiy derangement of the Digestive Organs.
'I'lirynie a (le title Purgative svell ns
ii Toil le, possessing nlo the peculiar merit of act
l:i aa ,i p owerful agi'tit lu relieving Congestion or
llii.-mmalloiiof the Liver aud Vlaceral Organs and
In Unions Diseases.
Tor Mi I n Disrates, r.rnptlone, Tetter, Salt
Ithrmu, IlloteJies, Siot,s, Pimples, Pustules, lloiN,
I arbumles, Itliirf-tvurms. Scalddlead, Sore Kies,
bryslptlas, llch, Scurfs, Dlscoloratlons ot the Sklu.
lluiuurs and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever
name rr nature, arc literally dug up and curried
out or the s stem lu a short time by the use of thCM
Litters. One bottle lu such cases will convince tha
most Incredulous of thilr curative erfect.
t liiuise the VltUtril lllood whenever you
II lid lis Impurities bunting through the akin In
Pluiplee. Krupllons, or Sores ; cleanse It wheu yon
llnd It obstiuetcd and sluggish In the veins; cleanse
it when It is foul j )our feelings will tell you when.
Keep tho blood pure, and the health of ilia system
Giatrrnl Thanertnit proclaim VlNEOtlt Kit
tui.s the most wonderful Invlgorant that ever sus
tained Hie bluklug system.
I'ln, Tope, n ml other Worms, birklDB lu
the sytcm of so many tliouiauds, are errectually
destroved aud removed. Says a distinguished
physiologist ; There Ls scarcely an Individual on thu
face of the earth whose body Is eaempt from tlm
presence of worms. It Is not upon the healthy
delimits of the body that worms cllst, but upon
the diseased humors and slltny deposits that breed
lliesu llvlug monsters of disease. No system of
meiUcltie, no vermifuges, no amhelmlnlllcs, will
Iree the sjstem trout worms llko these Hitters.
Mtelimtlcnl Dlieaaee. Persons engaged tn
Paluta nnd Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type
setters, Cold-beaters, and Miners, as they advance
lu li, are subject to paralysis of tho Bowels. To
guard against this, take a dose of Wa Lisa's Yi.
liu n ItiTTEits twice a week.
Ullloua, lleuilttcnt, and Intermittent
Frvera, which are so prevalent In tho valleys of
cur great rivers throughout the United states,
epcclalty those of tbo Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. Ked,
Colorado, llraios, Rio Grande, Pearl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, l'.oanokc, James, and many
others, wlih their vast tributaries, throughout our
tntlru country during the summer and Autumn,
nnd remarkably bo during sexsons of unusvsl heat
and dryness, arc Invariably accompanied by eaten.
live derangements of tbo stomach ami liver, am',
other nbdomlual viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon lUcso
various organs, Is essentially necessary. There is
no cathartic ror the purpose equal to Dit. J. Walk
en's VisciiAit uitteks, as they will speedily
leuiovc the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, at the same time stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions of the digestive organs.
Scrofula, or Klne'a Evil, White Swelling',
iriccrs, Kryslpelas Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations, indolent Inflammations, Mercurial
.ViTcctluu.", Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore
i:ycs, etc., etc. In these ns lu all other constitu
tional Diseases, WiLSElt's VlMoiK Uitteks have
thown their great curative powers In the most
obstinate ami Intractab'.o cases.
lr. Wnlkcr'e California Vinegar Die
ters act on all these cases In a similar manner,
by purlflng the lllood they remove the cause, and
by lesolvlng away the effects of the Inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) thu affected parts reccltt
health, aud a permanent cure Is effected.
The propertlc of 1)11. W'a I.I Ell's VINEOak
IllTTKits are Aperient, Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutrltloui, Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
irritant, sudorific. Alterative, and Antl-llillous.
The Ancilent and mild Laxative uroiiertles
of Dn. v'ai.eki'.'s Viscntn Uitteks are the best
safo-guant lu cases of eruptions and malignant
fev its. Their balsamic, healing, and soothing pro
perties protect tho humors of the fauces. Tbelr
bedatlvo properties allay pain In the nervous sys
tem, stomach, aud bowels, from tnflammaUon,
vtlnd, colic, tramps, etc.
Their CiiuiiU'i-In llant Influence) ex
tends throughout the system. Their Antl-UIUeus
Cropertles stlmulato tho liver, tn the kecretlon of
lie, and lu discharges through the biliary duels,
and arc superior to all remedial agents, for the cure
of lllllous I'ever, Fever and Ague, etc.
Fortify the body acalnst disease by
purifying all Its rlutds with ineosr Uitteks. No
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Direction. Take of the Hitters on going to
bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Eat good nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, venison, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed ol purely vegetable Ingredteuts, and
contain no spirit.
it. ii. Mcdonald &. co.,
Druggists aud Ueu. Agts., San Francisco, Cat.,
cor. ot Washington and Charlton Sta., N.V.
SOLI) 11V ALL UULOtllSTS A DEALERS.
K UNTUCK Y STATK l.OTTKRY.
Legalized by an act of tbo Legislature.
Tho most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,140 tickets unit ,0i0 prizes.
To be drawn Nov. 80, IS'.1, lit Covington, Ky.
Ono Capital Tri.o of $25,000.
1 Prize of..... $5,000 I 13 rrlr.es of
1 l'rlze of. ... 'J.l.'iO lid rrizesot... bO
2 I'rlzes ol l.'.KW I'rlzcs of W
ai'rlzesot ... tsjo r-',UlO I'rlzes of. . . 0
11,080 Prizes, amounting" to 0l,'JCO
Tickets, Halves, fti. Quarters, 3.
Our Lotteries aro churteretl by the state,
ami drawn at the time named, under the su
pervision of sworn commissioners.
Tho drawings will be published In the
New York, Chicago, and Louisville papers.
We will draw a similar scheme tho last
Saturday of every mouth, durlhi; the years
1872 and 1873.
Itemlt at our risk by Post-orllco Money Or
der. Registered Letter, Draft or Kxprt'M.
t3T!?end for a circular.
Address SMITU, .SIMMONS it CO.,
llox 827 Covlngtou, Ivy.
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