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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1872.
Woon for 1 por load at tho box fac
Tit reputation of iho Steinway piano li
known all over tho world.
ll-22tf. N. 1. Corticb, Agent.
Fkatukhs In largo or small quantllle!
at vory low flguroi at II. Lovl's lildt
tore, on Ohio Levee. 1 18jlf
PMti nvaltrt received dally and foi
ale by tho whoto or half can nt I'lill
um! ormolu for from 00
N. 1. (JUttTICK, At.,
C'or. Twelfth As Wbb. avo,
Piivm ..ml nriiiiu for from 100 to
Ciioici: riicn pork and break fait bacon
ut Parker it Alley's. ii-u-n.
Wasthk, V woliiuii to do general
houjework the lest of wage puld. Ap
ply i0 Miw. Shkimiarh,
Cor. of Second aU and Com, avc.
Mluciianih, ctorks.oratiy other who
wish in wuiir lino boots either calf, moroc
Co, kid or patent leather of the very ljlest
itvle, go to Win Ehler'f, on lwcnuew
street. 10 lOtf.
Call and examine the pianos at tho
Kev. H. 11, Thayer' and S. I hoelurs
tit, Iouls bell treble tnanufacture.
ll-2i!lf. N. 1'. Cuiiuck, Agent.
Stkvk, tho bar-keeper, has opened n
tine saloon In Louis JJIattcau'a old Hand
whom enu h found, at nil time. Stovt
..rvlmr customers with tho beet of
dilnlmblcs. 1 1-22-tf
1r you want ilx and one-half pounds ol
"coffee A suijar; or oli;ht poundt nf New
Orleans mgni; or, four mid; one-quattcr
pound of coffee for orio dollar, go to Par
ker 4 Axley'.. 11.20-31.
1'r.r.rAiiK ok (Jhiiitiiam. New and
elegant Jewelry,appriprlt for Chrimnas
gllf, may bo fuiiiid at Huder Drotlicrs.
To ant of our friend who desire a
Crst-cluis articlo In tho line of booW, shoes
or gaiter, made to order, of tho bet stock,
and Id any style or pattern delred, wo
would lay try Wm Khler'i before going
cliewhcre. " 10 lOtf
TllE St. LouU bell treble pianos arc at
durable ai any piano in the market, and
the iweetctt-toned that you ever listened
to. N.P. CcitTicr, Agt.,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth A- Wash
Fob Rkxt, a two-itory buiineii bouse
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It U well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding homo
A leato for twelve monlbi will be given
Apply to John IIeoatity, No. 69, Ohio
M. Geo. Stei.niiouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth ttreet and Com
inorclal avcniio.ueslres to call the attention
of the bearded community to his neatly rr
rcnged laloon, and the fact that he It mat
ter of hit profctiion in all its branches.
He bai bearded many a lion in bis den, and
calls for more. tf.
Fon Saj.b Cheap yon Cami. Tho
valuablo reildence property, known a the
"Rankin Property," situated between Hith
and lCth streets, it offered for sale cheap,
for catb. This fino property consist of
four good lots, with three dwellings. All
in excellent order. Inquire of
11-8 tf. at the Custom Homo
Notice oj Removal. H. Savers hat
removed from No. 93 to 95 Ohio Levee,
where ho it paying tho highest prices in
cash for scrap iron, rajjs, rope, copper
brats, lead and all kinds of old metal.
Also, the highest prices In tho city paid
for hides, furs, feathori, leeswnx, ginrcng,
tallow, grease, etc., etc. Remombor the
place. No. 85 Ohio Lovee. 11-7 tf.
Fmt family groceries cheap nt Parker
Home Again. Mr. Oolditinc, of tho
Arm oi (Joldstlno & Uoienwater, hat re
turned homo from Now York, where ho
bat boon making largu purchases of win
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
Goldstino had completed all his purchases
beroro tho Boston Arc, and therefo-o be
fore the lato udvance in prices. Mciin.
Goldstino& Rosen water can, consequently,
sell at prices exceedingly bolow theso now
current in this market. They ask the
public to call and inspect their goods and
aicertain their price, being satifled that
no one will go away from tho ttoro, leav
ing bchiul them the bargains this Arm
aro prepared to offer. tf
A Chapter fou Girls and Boys.
The ccccutnc old gentleman, Santa Clans,
vetemu saint of nil good children, waa
preient and lent his valuable assistance
when tho bowilderlng stock of holiday
goods, just opeied by Thil Saup, was se
lected, No ono but St. Nlck him
self could liavo grouped together such a
collection of toys and playthings. Wlion
ho put down on his list those cunning ex
preit wagons which lira the wondor and
delight of boys of nil ages, ho was thinking
of the good boy who nover tells a
lie, nor runs away from school,
nor loses his mittcnt and who is turo to
get ono of theso wagons for n Christmas
gift. "When hu laid aside that beautiful
baby which adorns tho show window and
which is tho magnet of attraction for every
littlo girl who passes that way, ho had In
his rolnd the good littlu girl who Is suro
to get this doll or another just liko it for
her Christmas gift. The willow rockers,
the chairs,, tho hobby horses, and tho
smaller toys, too numerous to mention,
need only to be seen to excito a determin
ation In the minds of all tho little folks to
have as many at thoy can get. "Wo In
vito the boys and girls to give fathor and
mother no poaco till Phil Sattp has been
visited, bis stock inspected and Santa
Glaus Informed what to send to tho littlo
Cbanheruie, pig foot and inlnco
meat, and an nteortmont of canned fruits
at Parker & Axley's, corner of Tenth and
Mr. Anna Lano, Eighth street be
weon Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has ust rccolved a largo and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handsomo assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something now In this markot. Her
woolen drawers and legglns combined aro
alto something now and the most comput
able thing for children In cold weather
vor devised. Mrs. Lang also has a well
lucted assortment of hat, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bn
found oltowheru In this market,
Lotm IIi.attkau, wlom everybody
knows, and who Is tlm friend of ovcry
body, is now fully Installed In hi now
quarters, on Klghtli street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fer to tho public tho belt St. Louis beer
tho choicest brands (if wlno and tho purest
liquors to bo found In the city, and hopes
that theie, rlvll treatment and n cordial
reception, will Insure to him a genorous
sharu of public patronage. Co mo and
sco Louis in his now homo. He has u wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial ono. tf.
Goon Nicwa Ono of tho largest nnd
most complete stock of custom-made boot
and shoes ever brought to this market, has
Just been received by Messrs. Hardy &
Grccnwold, No. 105 Commercial avo.
Theto gentlemen aro both practical work
men in the boot and shoo business ; havo
had a larger experience, and cannot be de
ceived into purchasing anything but tho
very best stock.
They employ a number of Ant-elan
workmen at their ettabllthrnont, and aro
manufacturlnc EVnur variety anu
style of Ladies and Misses' shoes Mid
gaitTS at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
snlitfactton. Tlmy make theso a specialty
They alio mako to order all kind of lino
calf, Lip or leather boots, In itvloutid price
tnat deuVs competition, fllhT in Cairo or
In thn West. All goods warranted to hi
as reprcienled. tf
CiikIitia if Co.Ml.su. Ruder Broth
ers hnvo miidu elaborate preparations for
Christmas in tho way of filling their hand
some store room with new and elegant
jewelry, gold ani silver watches, plated
and silver ware of tho newest patterns,
and a fino stock of pianos, organs and other
musical inttruments. A look through
Butler Brother s stock will leave no one ut
a loss In the selection of a Chrlitmas
present for a friend. Every article in
their line It placed before the purchaser,
and he can select an elegant and appro
priate Christmas present for a big friend
or a little one, male or female, wife
daughter, sitter or tweet-heart, at a prico
tutted to bis pure and inclination. The
Budera extend a cordial invitation to the
public to call and examine tocir Christ
mas stock. 11-29-tf.
A one story brick houso ; with a lot 33
feet front by 100 feet deep. The house
containt threo rooms and kitchen, has two
halls, also a cistern atttacbed. For terms
apply on the premitos, corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
11-23-lm. Jamrs A. Fry.
A Strikino Evidence of tho high ci
ttern In which tho Charter Oak Stoves are
hold, Is tho Immense number of them that
are annually sow v;o,i3u hi ioiu
fii'OTTKD Like Dominoes. Thn tcoth
soon become speckled if every defilement
I not removed from them evory twurit
four hour. To do thl effectually thero
I nctbing like nozodunt. 11 literally roll
dors tho enamel Impervious and Indestruc-
A Ksivkhkai. AiiTii'f.ii iv Faith.
In these days of rullgioti rontenlioii It
ha occri lliouglil ltnpo!lino in inuicaioan
urticlo ol faith upon which all sect and
clastcii were united. Thero Is one, how
ever, ii nil a very notable ono too, via:
A belief which In implicit um universal in
tho paramount efficacy of that matchless
Household Tonic and Recuperant, Planta
tion Bitters Tho constantly increasing
tiKtrmni'n which It receives hat. It is true.
excited tho petty envy of certain splenetic
advertiser ol pincnneCK paneceas, who
hope to mako a market for their own ttag
nant, watery ware, by decrying nil spirit
uous medicinal preparations. But the pub
lic can stomach neither their arguments
tinr iln.tr nntntliins. and cnnseouentlv re
ject then very weak Imitations of tho
enemy h entirely too linn i
Received dally by expresi at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, the following
goods kept in ico : Fresh white
flh, salmon, bass and perrb;
freth oysters, direct from Baltimore, y
the can at 60c to families, warranted
good j alto New York toiind's, by the
quart; clams and freth lobsters; squfrrcls,
ducks and other game ,( celery and fresh
Ohio butter, alwrys on band; aiso all
kinds of vegetable and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, &c, betidet a variety of other
article, including orange and leraont, all
of which will be told at a fair living profit.
EICUHOFF FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichhoff hat purchased tho Inter
est of bis brothers in tho abovo establish
ment In Cairo, and Is now prosecuting the
Furniture manufacturing business with
great succeti. lie has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo no manufacture!. Ho
hit also a full stock of IUdsttads, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robct, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, ana nis prices
defy competition. Sales room at the fac
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose businctt lays out of doors,
nnd who for the prctcrvation of health
and good temper ci ght to wear good,
henvy water-proof boots, can got just what
thoy want by calling on Wm. Eliler. Ho
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and givo gonoral sat
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
Be guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns are
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop in tho city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
ho invites the patronage of
tho public. lMW 3m.
UYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Bio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-fivo Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
WILEY & UIXBY'S.
On ElKlithStroct, 11 wren Cormn-riIlU'l W'ttt,
riulou Aoue, Ii lliy reu!iTln(
NKW M1LLINKHY GOODS
LITEPT PALL ANI WINTER BTYLES
t'.oiur t lull l.ne of
Ol-rXsTlETS & HAT3
, rrimmn-l mu I unldinmtti,)
rKKNCJ 1 LOW KIM. KIHUUNJ, TltlMULNOB
ol JI ilud. Luc, ele., ftc. ,
Mrj. Mrdcw al.u
Krocjr Artichf , auch M
Urge of ttncrit o
.VL'fi: Tl.'.S. COLLARS, UHDEK.UEEVK9,
HVFtV, SASHKrf, KANri,
Ami all ether articles utusllr lound la a
First-class millinery store
Mm. Mcfice. In addition to ber ritock of
Fancy and Millinery Uoodt. ba a Una one and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Mado Ladies' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Boots, Black and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes in the market, and this Is the only
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
SELLING OFF AT COST !
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose or ber largo
and elecant stock of
Immediately. In order to (aclllltate the sale
of her goods, Mrs. Jackson has determined
lo offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
Ami Invites the ladles ol Cairo and vicinity
to call on her if they dctlre good bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having been selected from
the late fall styles, hence tho ladles have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and lh
louable millinery at cot price. The stock
contitu of hats ribbons, tlowcrs, hosiery,
ladles underwear, etc.. etc. 11-30 tf.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD TOST OITICE STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands oi Cigars, choice Wines,
Liquors, etc., always on liand.
CSsTOpen day and night.
SALOON AND READING HOOMS
CT'om7mherec7.eAv?a WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
t3TTho best brands of Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on band U
BTLLIARU SALOON AND BAR
BOOM. JOU.N OATEN. Proprietor.
100 Cmnmeicial Avenuf, CAIKO, ILLINOIS
Hel tranil of Clifo uClursu reoehvJ,
BILLIARD Miloon furnished with the 1-cH
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
ami clears of thenet hran l-.
(Open Day nnd Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th uud 0th street,
MEALS AT ALL 1IOUR3.
A line new Dlnlin; Hall wlth'evcrv con
venience hu been added to tblt popular
Restaurant, una tne guest win uui every
requisite lor their accomodation,
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy of
u supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NES & CIGARS
dTMixed drinks prepared with care.
tnqog ) -j
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is freptrtd to supply customer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Halliday Bros, office. 7
oiiio lxvek. or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charlea Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo ''Moxtauk" will briiu coal
alongside to steamer at any hour.
NTUVKM. TlAWAKi; LIT,
A. 11 A L Ii E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers lull
Ware, Coal Hods, Fire Shovels, Air Cam.
TIN zinc, uorrisu ahd onxsi
i iir a
Nt. 166 Washington-avenue
WRooflm. Outtertni. and all kinds oflo
ork dnneat rhnrttat nolleh lhldtf
M O B E
HAVE BEEN SOIL 33
They have Riven
Thoy have done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are More Easily sold,
Paying a Better Profit to the Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cooking Stovo
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
Wholesale dealers 111 all kinds ot
AND 11 V ALT,
O. W. HENDERSON,
100 Commercial ave., CAIRO, ILLS.
City NskUaaml Bassk BisUdltss;.
aapcelal attention pi4 to orders Iron iihdi
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An lllustrate.l Monthly .lomnal, universally
admitted to be the llatii Ui)iicil Period
ical in iiic rtoiiti. Keprc-ent.T
the an J Clianipioii nl" Anier-
Xoi for hnla In Hook or Nftra Morca
ART DKl'A ItT.M EST.
Notwithstanding the Increase in the iirieo
S klftl,fcHfrl.llflt. ImA f.ttl a . I . . . - Aft.
iilincd llsnreselit noble tironortlon nml mi,
rciciitntlvo character, tlm edition was more
th.in double the past year; proving that the
Aincrlc.Ti pill, lie appreciate a hlnrcru ef
fort In the calto ol Art. The linlilMw,r
anxloii to Justify the ready eonthlence tlm.
ilctnoii'trated, liai exerted tliciuvlvei to
tlie utmost in deeiii ami lmiiioo tin1
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an iminMi-d hy tho munllily l-uc, will a-
KiiiiMi ami iieiigni vvn uic nm.t f.-iiiKUlin
friend of the Ahlllle.
Ihe Aldltie Vtlll reproducr. cxamplo nf
llio lien mrclL'ii lnalerr. selected with n
view to the hishct artistic Mure.", mid
' Kre.itect general interest; :iniilliiir inch as
i nave neeotnu laminar, lliroiigli pliitKrapl
fir f'fllllP fll IIIIV KHHl.
Tho quarterly (luted plati-a for will
reproiiucfl inui-oi .lonu ft, ii.im.- liillnllalilc
rhlldketehcs. MlilirLprlatP. to the four sea.
son. These platen, appearing In the issues
mr January, .pru, .jiny, ami Oeloher,
would lie iilonc worlli llio price of n yoar'
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Kvery siih-eriher to the Alillne. who pays
in adwincc fur the year lei3, will reeehe,
without additional eliarge, a pair of heaittl
fill oil eliromo", after. I. .1. Hill, the eminent
Knllsh painter. The pictures, entitled
"The Village Helle," ami "Crnss)(. the
Moor." nro M.x'JD iiiehcs aro printed from
2J tl life rent plates, iequlrlii a.' Imprc-sloim
and tints to perfect each picture. The mine
cliroiuo-t are sold for tH) per pair, In tho art
store. A It 1 the determination oflti con
ductors to keep the Aldlnc out of tho reach
ol competition In etcrv department, the
chromos will he found ahead ol anv that
can be ottered bv other periodicals rJverv
subscriber will reecho nccrtlllcate, otr the
siguatllrc of tho publisher, Kilarauteelii
that the chromos delivered shall be ccjiimI to
the (ainplti furnlslied the aj;eiit,
or the money will be reliiuded.
Uic distribution or pictures ofthN Krnde,
free to the sllhseriliers In a Ihe dollar i.erl. i
odlcal, will iu.uk an epoch In the hl-tnrv uf
Art ; and, conlderliiK the unprecedented
ehcupness or the prico for I'he Aldlne llcll,
the man el lall littlo short of a .nlriaclc.
even to those best acquainted with the
achievement- of Inteiithe genius and Im
prove,! mechanical appliance. (For Illus
tration of these chlouio.'. see November Is
sue of the Aldlne.)
THK LITKUAltY DIII'AltTMlIN'T
will continue under Ihe care of Mr. Richard
Henry Stoddard. as-Uted bvthe host writers
ami poets of the day, who will strive to have
tlm literature of tho Aldlne always in keep
Im; W illi It artistic attractions.
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The Aldlne will, hereafter, bo obtainable
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Any person wishing to act permanently an
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james Sutton co., rubiisbew.
58 Maiden Lane, New iork.
Foreign Advorti80mont8. Foreign Advertisements.
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY J'OR THK
A perfectly clear preparation In mi; hot.
tlo, a easily applied a water, for roMnrliii?
to gray hair Its natural color nnd youthful
appearance, to cradlcito and prev ent dand. ,
Ti' ii )rllmtc ,llc. Krovvih ol the h.ilr and
Mop Itslalllmrout. It Is entirely b,irmle.,anl I
perfectly iree from any poisonous .uli-lanee
and wilf. therefore, take the place f all Ihe
Irtv and unpleasant preparation now In
sc. .Numerous testimonials have h( en M i t
iisrrom many nf our mo-t prominent elil
ens. In evervthluit in vvh el t Garlic ",
nisi JlVV ",'l''"'-l. V itv" ai.
Jil.ra.e ofMlver; It ,lde, tui soli .hio.heJ
n;?rt.V Ui n,',,""ljy Perfumed, and make
one of the best drclii. r..r the Halt- In ..
It restore the color of the Hair 'move per
fect and nnlfoniily than any other prepar',
loll, and alwav does so In m ihree to
ten davs. virtually leedliiif the root, with tho
nonrl-hlnziiualltle necessary to , sr,vvili
and health condition: It te-tors the do
caved and Induces a ne.w pnvvth or the
I air more lioltlvely than anvlhlii else.
Ihe ami Heat on of l.t- ic,..,.i;.n.i Vn ....
. , 1 . ""'"irillll UISCIIV-
en also produces ,i pleti-ant nml cooling
e lect on llm .i.uli. ..i. .i . .
..i....i.. . i i 1 . nisei iikj iiair a
plcaliiK and clevant appearance.
Call at your dnifirlst for It nml take no
',.lt "a,i "ut flt "let Idtnorderll
J'rlce il per buttle.
, , . , AlUilUl NATTANH,
Inventor and Proprietor. Washington D.C.,
uuii.viu.i, iiuiil,un,vi K L(l
iv. l- ..si.'i!l1'al eeMi. Philadelphia.
il.NO. I- If UN II V mi IV (' U'l'l I UT..-..
ew orV. nil In I... l,.l ... n-i.i
uniKKlst, everywhere. Il-'intl
TIIE ONLY RELIABLl. GIFT DltlTainU
TION IN TIIK COUNTRY 1
Zj. X). SI3STE3'B
To b drawn iVrJaexlar, Jnmrj 1st, IsT l
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD I
10,000 IN AMERICAN SILVER I
Five Prlres 11,000 gi
Ton Frltss COO
One span of Matched Horse, with Famllv
Carriage and Sliver-Mounted Har
ness, worth $1,600 1
Five Horses and Ilujrples. with Silver
Mounted Harness, worth tGOO each 1
Five Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
9.VM each !
!5 Family Scwlnc Machines, worth
9100 each I
2,300 Gold and silver Levor Huntlm; Watch
es (In all,) worth from t-0 to $300 each !
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, .Icwelrv. etc.
Number of gift iiS.OOO! Tickets limited
to 100,000 1
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premium will be palJ.
Single Tickets ?2: Six Ticket $10; Twelve
Ticket 20; Tvvcnty.flve'Tickcta 40.
Circulars containing a fall list of prises, a de
scription of the mnnr ol drawing, and other
Information In reference to the distribution, III
b sent to any one orderins them. All letters
must b addressed to h. l. bINE, Ilnx, 80,
Hsia Mini, Oinclnnsti, o,
101 West Btht nn.19C.
I Cash Gift HI ls)
1 Cli Gift 15,000
t Cash Gif 10,11
1 Cuh Gilt O.lsiO
1 Cash GiA "."OH
t Cava Gift ... 7,il
1 l'ah Gift 0,01X1
I Cash Gift 6.1100
1 CaihGlfl i,
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
t&OO.OOO IN B.VNK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A Full Dp.awj.nci in Sight.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert author
ized by special act of tho IcKislaturc, in aid
of tho P.ihllc Library of Kentucky, unavoid
ably postponed from .September 28 to De
cember 7, and which positively ami unequiv
ocally occurs In Louisville, Ky. December
7, 1872, without further delay on any account
whatever, tho following cash kHI are for
distribution by lot among ticket holders :
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH 8100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT 60,')00
I Caih Gift Ji'i.OuOl 1 Cash GilU.f.VHich
3' 0 each
Tho inonev necessary to nay in lull ull tl e
nflered clfs is now upon deposit In Lie
Farinera' and Drover. Dank, as will bo -ecu
by the following certificate of tho cashier:
Faumkkh' anu Duovm Hank, )
Louievii.LK, Ky..Sept. 20, 1872. f
This U to certify that there is now on de
posit In thl bank over a half a million ol
dollars to tho eredl ol tho Gift Con-crt
Fund, 1500.000 if w hich Is held by this b ulk
as Treasu cr of tho Public Library of Ken
tucky to pay off all gifts to bo awarded at tho
drawing. R g VEAt,( CM,lU.ri
1'lllCK Ol" TICKETS.
Whole ticket, $10; halves, $5; quarter.
$2.60; 11 whole tickets for $100; 28 for &22.V,
60 for tfOO; 113 for $1,000; 225 for $2,000; riV.'i
lor to 000, No discount ou less tliaii$lou
worth ortlcketa at a time.
The drawing will positively and unequiv
ocally take placo December 7. Agent aro
percuiptorilfy required io close sales and
make returns December 25, iu order to, give
ample time for the final arrangement. Or
der lor ticket or application for circular
should bo addressed to ,..,
GOV. THOS.K. BRAMLETTK.
Ageut, Kentucky Tubllo, Library, Public
library Building, Louisville, Ky.
1 Caih Gift
10 Cash Gift.
26 Cah Glfn.
15 Cash Gifts.
01 i CaihGifti.
Ai fa tnvlgrorator, Liver Corrector
unl r.loixl Benorator Is superior tc. all th
n:tter, ElUlra, Cordial and )arn
I nrllina In i:-s. It Is so aiaptsd to th whol
sv -tcm that ererj orean tad fucctloa In the hod Is
brnught under Its tihllarstlng Inflame. It tin
tnuo mid atrenstts to tho digestive tip-V.-irnln.
invlcoratcs tho Liver, rrjralatea tho
itidneysi r.atl Bowola, remotts tti effect of
lienor UTsUnatlon ofmj kind and ctve sU
till 11 y nnd rlchneaa to tho blood.
It curstlre powers alter n'lcomr.luly reorirsn.
Im I l.e entire mat of Holds anJ td th soltJi of
lb huian eyitem, thereby preTentiog- and curing
Iiyi;)(..)tlo nnd Coixuniptlre Symp
toms. Tutor and Agnc, BUiona Dlaensv.
fi, Fovcrti of all kinds, Xprvnti Debil
ity, AtTcctlon of tho Ntotnacli nnd
Iltiwrls, etc. At a mlM ani delightful Iarlgo
rtut Ut dellctta female, It ha on inferior.
Hy In us new life and vigor It gtrea to both t-xly
and mini, (ending a glow of vitality through esery
part, ohlcli l permnneut and luttin;.
It te Ibo met eff.ctual remedy for the relief ot
human (ufferlug ever dlKOTered, tod ts pleasant to
tl.u taite u old rye or fln win.
WE CHALLENGE x
X THE X g&
Tu produce a nor delicious medicine to take, yets
puUat for lie pretention and cur of dlaeaaee a
.-. uar:7'3 tcsls's c:ai: aks 8tc:s rcsmu.
l'rlro 81, or O Bottle for SO.
Prepared by th Oration Jledlcln Co., ST. L0CIS,
Mu. eM by Iiruggtett tsd dealers lu medlchu
I'ae Dr. Ilenry'a World's Tonic and
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
tako, yetpotent for'the prevsntlon and cure of
diseases. It I better than Hitters, Cordial,
ItuohnorSaruparllU. Sold by Druggists
Dr. Henry's Root nsscl Plant Pills.
.Mild yt thorough no nausea or griping en
Irely vegetable great liver remedy, FrloU
rent. 8oldhy DrugglsU.
Mrs. Whltco tub's Syrnp.
Th great toothing remedy. Price only S3
sent. Gives rest to the mother to J health to
th child Bold by Druggist .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kw
Engravings, Two-hundred and alxty Pages,
?ilcW cents. Addres Da. Butts' Disrr.
wet, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Uo.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
7t.Z. V -T V; "BKiiir tueinrriPd
or those about to Blarry, on th Phyitologlcal mr
t r tes and rTlttlousof th texnal jyitem, lib lb
suit dlaconrle In producing tad preeeotlug ou.
This ft an Meeting work of two hr-d and
iV7f?;''"hnlln'0n eT Tlagt,nd rontalnt
Ttlotble Information for tnoto who tr married or
conUmplat marriage ; still It Is a book that ought
to b under Ixk and key tnd not laid ctreletely
about th home, '
pr.Srtu'Kbpetiarj.Ne. I J ff. EIbUi atn.1. M. UvUlT,.
1 iiSTiei to rax muna ivt vmvmm.
peblle paper,, wuiaiirQuck noTllM. utiuc iVtu?
?,,.f mtHH wtyraTaieU n hratplenble iru
"t. Bern b, w,uiusi, pertiiaaflyee br 12
it 'Jt.uUmml la tl, Wfk.. 'Office, e! If KirS
Ujtlt burnt, Uw Utrtf M C,aut.) W.. al.
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS; ALL CASH
ON EASY TERMS!
A valuable f.irm within seven miles oJ
Metropolis, on the Jouesboro Itoad, consist
Inu' of '.'o0 acres with 00 acres cleared anil
other Improvements, now owned and form
ellv ocelipietl, by.. T. Ueliuie.
TEHMS. Onc.fourtli down balanco In
one, two and threo years notes secured by
lunrtLMne. with six per cent. Interest.
N. II. Tho timber la good and nan never
been culled and no timber will be permitted
to bo cut or ued, except what Is necessary
lor the wear anil tear of tho place, until alter
the necnnd payment In been mailt),
For Inlormatlon apply to
HKNKY II. iMEYEH,
DECOHATIVE, SIGN and OHNA31ENTAL
G11AIN1NO ANI) MARBLINU
of every Description.
DECORATING AsVD GILDING
In every style, plalu mi'l oniamciitM.
Particular attention paid to Olass Olldlns
Orders tollcltcd for Sceneiy, Fretcoo an'.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CA1U
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All work I
trusted to inv caro will hu promptly in
tended to. SIiop In Perry Ilou.sc, cot tier '
Commercial avenue uud Eighth street,
i?S;i;.?n ln".'o these lllliert acvonl.
K?.L.iiSt,orM-an' rcmtin lon unwell. provMed
She mn.c,?,ar2n?t ,1";Vr0c,, h7 talncrafpobwn or
pomt.I?"p'tr J rllal rl,", WJ'1'"' U
IiUilncss. hjnr KructjtlLuV f bo m0,nl(.h luJl
JI&Wy1"1- I'AlWiat i "of
tho Heart. Inflammation of the l.une. Kln ln ttTi
.r5SX?mf.""! KI;!B:' li'''lrl other parnfut
jyinptorns, are the citr-eprinite of IK.pep.ii.' ona
S'.n.T.'L1 ,.'.r',vu.n "".'"'r mwrantee oriM merits
than a lengthy iidicrtltcnicnt.
nYSi'.t "J"'." ''"'"Plolnt. In yntin or old.
fhi tnr1nr?1?,i','e,.C,,,"":"yn w"'ailh0O.l. Ot
.iTSili?11.?'.''?' T"n, '"'Play o
pw-ptlble lnauvn" XUul ""PMveiiient U iooa
For Ilinnimiuiloi-v "nil Clirnule rthen
niatltm ami limit. Ilillou. Kemlttent au.l Inter.
RilttentFetcrs. Iilc.w of tlin iiiwhI, Uver. Kid
noys an.l IHa.l.Icr. these littler havo no iqaal.
Such uitease are rautl l.v Vitiatm Illood.
Tlieynre n (senile I'uinollv. nt well its
fTol'. ' Poein:r the nivrtt of acting at s
for Nkht Dlern.ee. Eruption. Tetter. Sslt
rtlicutO. Illoteliee, hpot-s. Plmplet. Illstolt, (tous.
Carbuncles, Itlmr-wonnt. Scaiil-IIe.nl, Sore Eves
Erysipelas. Itch, Scurfs. Decolorations of the skin
Humorn ami Ds.jc of the Skin of whatever nam
or niture, aro lirerallr iimt up and carried out
or tho ajatetn la u inirt time by the use of these
Ornteful Tlioiienmlt proclaim VlNCOtR BIT
teih 'tn not woiiiierful Invhrorant thai Tt
(uatalnt.it t:ie !nktn vt,.m.
, It. II. .TIcllU.MALD etc CO.
nniirtw nml icu. A (ts., san Francisco, C(X. tV
cor. ur Wuliiiiatoii on I Charlton bu.. N.Y.
eoi iiy il trw.lSTS A HEALERS.
... WAST8 TO MOW
Wmcn is run bkt machtixi
THE LIGHT RUNNING"
presents a re
cord ef sncoetl
tho blstorr of
i;nta nsattd ,
"DOMESTIC" 8. M. Co., NawYorlu
(BtssHvl B I aHitA
MISSOURI STA.TK LOTTERY.
Leoai.izkd iiy Static Autuoiiity ahd
Duau'n l.t Puulic is St. Louie.
Grand Single Mutnbcr Scheme.
Clash M ro ut Ukawk Dec, 31, 1872
o.aau l'rues, A inountlnjr lo $300,000.
1 ITiinnf M,m
Tickete, $5: Quarter
i IcKots, 1 60.
Our lotteries are charterd lv the State, tr
Iways ilrHven t th lime nam-'il, and all draw.
Jnxs nrr under the eupeivlsion nf sworn com
Thenm.MtldrtwItix will he nnhllahed la th
t. Loiil ppira unit copy ef dnwioc tent to
purchasers of tickets.
We will dr.w nslniilar eehtm the Itet dty of
eiy month durlns Ihe r 1"TJ.
Remitat our risk hy poamnice money order.
'g!terrd letter, dinfi nr pxpreaa end for cir
cu,r. Address, MUKHaY, H1LI.KR k CO.,
P. O. bnx i I II. rit. IxjuI, Mo.
FOK HALE, ) F"r si. t KOH 8ALH,
' Krr Sule J
'OK SA LE. J KorHtl'e I FOR SALE
Faro from LivKHrnoL,
Fare from Lopuocdkbry
Fare from Glahoow,
Fare from Quxksstown
TO OAIUO, :::::::: $48 3P
ittnr't, Murria A C , cent
Liverpool ewYork tint Philadelphia
rnnra co.sTticr witr ckitid tatm a aaiTisa
For Carrying th Mail
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
os rctrnta itroasiaTio
APl'I.Y TO JOHN O. DALE, Aot.
11 Hroadwar, Now.York, orU
WAahlnvtnn Avppp. riirn, nnia. si
The Mastkr Si'iunaoi'TnE Wokld
Tiik Tkeasurg Housk o? America.
TIIK ORKAT II00K OY THK YT.AR.
AkciiIh report sales of Vt to 100 copies
lu a few hours or days. l'nosPKCTUS Fkex
Address J. VT. GOOD3PEED,
New York, Chlcngo Cincinnati, St. Louie
N. Orleans. 9-nwlOw
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by an act of the Lcjjiilaturi).
The most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,110 ticket aud a,0$0 prizes.
To be draw n Wee. 1W, 1S72, lu Covington, Ky.
Ono Cnjiitul Prize of 25,000.
1 I'rle of .$.0fW
1 1'rUu of.. .. 2.1W
!! 1'rUes ol l,!HXl
2 I'rlei ot . WW
1,1 Prizes of.. .riM
:ui l'rlzeaor... 60
420 Prizes of... 30
2,010 Prizes of... 0
3,030 Prize, ainouiltillK to M,2dO
Tickets. $12. Halve,). Quarter, 93.
Our Lotterle aru chartered by the elate,
and drawn at the time named, under the u
pervlsloti of sworn , cpiiinihsloiier.
The dratvlnc will bo published lu the
New York, Chicago, and Louisville roapew.
Wo will draw a similar tcheme the lut
Satuidav nf every" month dtiriu(f the yetre
1T2 mid 1873.
Ucmlt at our risk by Post-offlce Money Or
durtHetriatered Letter, Draft or Exprete.
rarSend for a circular.
SMITH, SIMMONS CO.,
BOX IUI OYlBtflOD, Sty.