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)AT, DECEMBER 6, 1872.
Tns reputation of the Stelnway piano it
known all over the world.
ll-22tf. N. P. Curticb, Agent,
Fkatukbs In large or small quantities
at rery low figures at 11. Lovl's hide
store, on Ohio Lovco. 10 lBdtf
Fhesii oysters received dally and for
salo by tho whole or half can at Phil
Pianos and orcans for from 50 to
$1,G00. N. P. UonncK, Agt.,
Cor. Twelfth & Wfcih. nvo.
Mkiicii ants, clerks, or any otheri who
wish to wear lino boots either calf, moroc'
co, kid or patent leather of tho very latest
style, go to Wm Killer's, on Twontleth
street. 10 l!Hf.
Cam. and cxatiilno tho jiitinos fit tho
Ilov. 11. II. Tlmyor's nml S. P. Whoclor's
St. Louis bell treble manufacture.
U-jatf. N. P. Curtiok, Agont.
I'hki'ahe ron (Jiikihtmah. Now and
elegant Jowclry,BpproprIato for Christinas
gilts, may bo found at Hudcr Urothers.
To ANY of our friends who desire a
flrst-clais article In tho lino of boots, shoes
or (alters, mado to ordor, of the bust stock,
and In any stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm Khler's beforo going
elsewhere. 10 19tr
Tut St. Louis bell treblo pianos are as
durable ai any plsno in tho market, and
the sweotott-toned that you over listened
to. N. P. Curticb, Agt,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth ik Wash.
For I'.F.NT, a two-itory business houso
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It i well
n'laptcd for Saloon and Hoarding liuufe
A loao for twelvo months will bo given
Apply to John Hboaiitt, No, 89, Ohio
Mr. Geo. Stkinwiuhe, barber and hair
i reiser, corner of Eighth stn;t and Com
mercial avciiuc,desircs to call the attention
of tho beurded community to bis neatly ir
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mu
ter of his profession in nil Its branches.
Ho has bearded many a Hon in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
For Salk Cheat yon Cami. Tho
valuable residence property, known as the
"Rankin Property," situated botwecn lGth
and ICth streets, is odored for sale cheap,
for cash. This fine property consists of
four good lots, with tbreo dwellings, All
in excellent order. Inquire of
Geo box FmilcR,
11-8 tf. at tho Custom House
Notick or IUmoval, II. Sayers has
removed from No. 03 to 95 Ohio Levee,
where he is paying the highest prices in
cash for scrap Iron, rags, ropes, copper
brass, lead and all kinds of old metals.
Also, the highest prices in tho city paid
for bides, furs, feathers, leeawax, ginseng,
tallow, grease, etc., etc. Itemcmber the
place. No. 95 Ohio Lovee. 11-7 tf.
To add to the attractions of tho Thalia
saloon and restaurant, which it is so well
known servos oysters in every style, the
every morning at ten o'clock, and invites
the public to como and partake thereof,
without money and without price. Fur.
tbermore, if you would indulge in a glass
of lager, pure wine, hot punch, Tom and
Jerry, or any ef tho popular cold weather
drinks, you can oblnin it nowhoro in
more palatablo shape, than at tho 'Thalia,"
corner of 'Washington avenue, and
Twelfth street ia-2-tf.
Houe Again. Mr. Ooldstinc, of tbo
Arm of Uoldatine & Kosenwatcr, has re
turned homo from New York, where ho
has been making largo purchases of win
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
Goldstine bad completed all his purchases
be'oro the Hotton Are, and thercfo-u be.
fore tho late advance in prices. Messrs.
OoldstlneJc Roscnwator can, consequently,
sell at prices exceedingly below thoso now
current in this market. Thoy ask tho
-public to call and Inspect thoir goods and
ascertain their prices, boing sat I fled thul
no one will go away from the store, leav
ing behind" thorn tho bargains this Arm
are prepared to offer. tf
Louis Blattkau, whom everybody
knows, and who Is tho friend of every
body, is now fully Installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. lie of
fers to the public tho best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and tbo purest
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a gonorous
share of public patronage Como and
see Louis in his now homo. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Ghristuab is Comi.no. Uudor Broth
ers have made elaborate preparations for
Christmas In tho way of filling their hand
some storo room with now and olegant
Jewolry, gold and silver watches, plated
and silver waro or the newest patterns,
and a fine stock of planus, organsand other
musical instruments. A look through
iiuder Brother's stock will leave no one at
o loss in tho selection of a Christmas
prosent for a friend. Every article in
tboir lino Is placed beforo tho purchaser,
and he cun select an elegant and appro
priate Christmas presont for a big friend
or a llttlo ono, male or femalo, wifo
daughter, sistor or sweot-heart, at a prico
suited to his purse and inclination. Tho
Budcrs extond a cordial invitation to the
publio to call and oxamino their Christ
mas stock. ii.-j8.tr.
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose business lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper ought to wear good,
henry water-proof boots, can get just what
they want by calling on Wm. Ehlers. He
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and giro general sat
Mrs. Anna La no, Eighth stroet bo
ween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has ust received a large and varied
stock of fall roods, and desires to call par
tlcular attention to her handsomo assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
something new in this ,matket. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined are
also something now and thomost comfort
able thing for children in cold woathor
ver devised. Mrs. Lang also has a woll
lected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will be sold as cheap as can bo
lounu eisewnere in mis market.
1 0-9-1 m
Good Nitwit One of the largest and
most complote stock of custom-inado boots
und shoe over brought to this market, has
just been received1 by Messrs. Hardy ii
Orecnwold, No. 105 Commercial ave
These gontlemcn aro both practical work
men In tho boot and shoo business; have
had a larger experience, and cannot bo dc
celved Into purchasing anything but tho
very best stock.
They employ a number of first-class
workmen lit their establishment, and are
manufacturing kvery yarihty anjj
htylk of Ladies and Misses' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
satisfaction. They make- theso a specialty
They ulso make to ordor all kinds of fine
calf, kip or leathor boots, in stylo and price
tnat defies competition, eithor in Cairo or
in tho West. All goods warranted to bo
as represented. tf
Received dully by express at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, the following
goods kept in Ico : Fresh whito
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 40c to families, warranted
good ; also Now York sound's, by tho
quart; darns and fresh lobster?; iqu'rrels,
ducks and other game ; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; nim nil
kind- of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, Ac., besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, nil
of which will be sold atn fair living profit.
A ono story brick house ; with a lot 33
foot front by 100 feet deep. The house
contains three rooms and kitchen, has two
halls, alio a cistern atttacbed. For terms
apply on tho premises, corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills.
11-23-lm. Jamks A. Fry.
Spotted Like Dominoes. Tbo teeth
soon become speckled if every defilement
is not removed from them overv twenty-
four hours. To do this effectually thero
is nothing like Sozodont. It literally ren
ders tho enamel impervious and indestruc
A Universal Articlk or Faith.
In these days of religious contention it
has been thought impossible to indicatoan
articlo of faith upon which all sects and
classes were united. There is one, how
ever, and a very notablo one too, viz.:
A belief which la implicit and universal in
the paramount efficacy of that matchless
Household 'ionic and ltccuperant, rlanta-
tion Bitters, The constantly increasing
patronago which it receives has, it is true,
excited the petty envy of certain splenetic
advertisers of pinch'beck pancceas, who
hope to make a market for their own stag
nant, watery ware, by decrying all spirit
uous medicinal preparations. But the pub
lic can stomach neithor their arguments
nor their potations, and consequently ro-
joct tbcc very weak imitations of tho
enemy as entirely too trim I
Mr. 11. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing "Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on the 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,
he invites the patronago of i
the public. ,MM 3m.
You 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
Rio Coffee, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong lea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
WILEY & BIXBY'S.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H.Green, 1
William II Gilbert, J- CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Miles F.OItWrt, J
STHpecift. atUntioa given to Admiralty and
OFFICE OHIO LKVE, ROOMS 7 AND 8 OVXR
(NTT WSTTOWST. HAWK.
Our Homo Advertisers.
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
nstton Avenues, Is dally recelf li
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATK8T TALI. AND WIKTM BTYLBI
lleinit t lull line of
EONITBTB & HATB
ITrnniiifd aud unirimtned,)
FUENCI1 FLOWERS, K1BHON8, TRIMMINGS
of all klndr, Laces, etc., ate.
Mm. McOea ha also a large assortment o
rocy amicus, tucn at
NKCK Tl.Vi. COLLARS. UNDKhHLEKVJW,
HUFFS, BASHES, FANS,
And all other articles usually lound In a
FIKST-CLASS MILLINKRY STORE
Mrs. McOcc. In addition to bcr stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, lia a (Intone and
complete assortment or Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' nnd Misses' Shoes and Will-
dreiia' Hoot. lilack and in Colors. These
aro acknowledged to be the finest and best
mioeft in tne mantel, anu uu is me 01117
place In the city that makes them a specialty.
SELLING OFF AT COST !
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swandcr, Intending to remove
Kentucky, desires to dlsnosc or her laree
and elegant stock or
immediately. In order to lar.illltate the sale
of her goods, Mrs. Jackson ha determined
to offer the
ENTIKK STOCK AT COST
And Invite the ladles of Cairo and vicinity
to call on her If they desire good bargain.
GOODS ARK ALL NEW
The motnf them having been selected from
the late full style, hence the ladle have u
rare opportunity to purchase new und fssli
tollable inllllnery at cost price. Tho stock
consists of hat") rlhhniis, flowers, hosiery,
ladles underwear, etc, etc. 11-30 tr.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD I'OST OPFICE STAND.)
Corner .Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands 0! Clears, choice Wines.
Liquors etc., always on hand.
3T0pcn day and night. JgJ
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
r-.SM.ei0itnd WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
jSTTha best brands or Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand tt
RTLLIABD SALOON AND BAR-
JOHN GATES, Proprietor.
10 Commercial Avenus, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Hesl brand of Clifo s Clears u reeartvJf
MILLIARD saloon rurnlshod with the Lest
or tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and clear ofUienet bran N.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and 6th streets,
MEALS AT ALL IIOURS.
A fine new DInlnir Hall wlth'evcrv con-
venlence has been added to this popular
ucstaurant, ana tne guests win nnj every
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
consists or every substantial and delicacy or
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
KdTMlxed drinks prepared with care.
R. S. BR1GIIAM, M. IX,
llomeonatblc Phvslclan and Sun-eon. Of
fice 13ti Commercial avenue. Residence on
Tenth street, three doors west or C. R.
DR. B. C. TABER,
Will resume the practice or his Drofesilon
with esncclal referenco to the electrlca
treatment 01 diseases in an tne new anu im
proved methods or application.
In all cases of lemale complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
Office, 129 Commercial avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. D.
E8IOKNUE-Nn. II Thirtoantfa street, be
IV (ween wMniogion nrenaeana wamniatr
Jtflco UJOomnifircUlaTsnue, up stairs.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
rsK.SIDKNCE-eornerNlnth and Walnut sts.
tVOfoce coiner Hixth street and Ohio Isree,
urace nours iron, n a.m. 10 1 m., ana p.m
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Successors to John II. Phlllli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o.,
Cob. TENTD-BT. amd OHIO LEVE
H. WARDNER, M. D.
)EMID&NCK-Corner Nineteenth street and
LV Washington avenue, near court house. Of.
Are ornr Ar'er's Grocery Utore, Office Hours from
10a.m. 10 a m. ana -om 1 10 d. m.
P. G. Schuh.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customer with th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Ilalllday Bros, office, 7
OHIO LKVBE. or at the Coal Yard below the
St, Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tco "Mo.ntauk" will bring; coal
alongside to steamers at any hour.
DR. R, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
Office, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
anu icnui sirucu,
1 would respectfully announce to the Citi
zens or Cairo anu HurrounmnK country,
timt t have onened an office for the practice
of my profession at the above mentioned
nluno whara'I hona ta raeatva a abara ot the
public patronage. All Persons wishing Um
very best, dental work tfceuld give m Mut,
MTOVKM. T1NWAHK, ETC,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toile
ware, uoai iioas, nreunoTels, Air oalae.
TIN ZINC, COPFBR AND SHBE1
N6. 166 Washington-avenue
STRooflna. Outterinc, and all kinds oflo
work done at sbortMt notlo teMdtf
O E B
HAVE BEEN" SOLD
They have given
They have done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are More Easily sold,
Paying a Better Profit to tho Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cooking Stovo
JUST THE MAEKET
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
"Wholesale dealers In all kind of
AND UY ALL
LIVE STOVK DEALERS,
C. W. HENDERSON,
100 Commercial ave., CAIRO, ILLS.
CUr lUUwSUtl BsuskBsiUaina;.
Special attention paid to orders trom stssm
beau aifbter oat
l'ROSl'ECTtJS FOR 187.1.-SIXT11 YEAR
T HE ALD l"N E,
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admitted to be the Iliindwiiiest Period
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Notwithstanding tho Inercnsc In tlm nrlrn
or subscription hist full, when the Aldliiv iv
sumen usprcMcni uoiiiciiioportioiin nntl rep
resentative character, the edition wm more
than double the past year; proIiiK that the
AliicrlcA-i tiilblle niiDreelate u Mncern pf.
fort In tlin cutl-e of Art. The iubllherK,
anxious to Justify the ready conflilenco tlm
dcmoiMtratcd, linvn everted tlieiii'ches to
tho utmost to le clop and improve the
work: and the plans lor the coining year,
as unfolded by tho monthly lntic, will as
tonluli and delight even the most xungtilno
friends of tho Aldlue.
The Aldino will reproduce examples of
sue oesi lorcien masters, selected witn 11
View tu the lilahrsl artistic Mlccers. and
greatest general Interest ; nvoldliiK such ns
nave nceoine intnillar, tnroiiji" pnoiogriiplis
or copies of any kind.
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child-sketches, iitinreiiriatc to the four rea
sons. These plates, appearing in the Issues
lor January, April, .liny, niui iicioirt,
would bo alone worth the price of 11 year's
PREMIUM C1IROMOS KOlt 1873.
Every subscriber to the Aldlne. who pays
In ndvnnec for the year 1870, will receive,
without additional rhaiye, n tialrof beauti
ful nil chromos, alter J. J. Hill, thu eiiilneiit
KnKlUh painter. The pictures, entitled
"The Village IJclle." and "CroMmr the
Moor." nro 14x'J0 ltiehcs arc printed from
'ii different plates, rco,ulrlnx iuipruMlons
and tints to perfect each picture. The sainu
cliromos are sold for per pair, In tlx- art
stores. An it Is the deterinliiiitloii of Its con
doctor to keep the Aldlnn out of the rcaeh
ol competition In every department, the
cliromos will lie found ahead ol any that
can be offered bv other periodicals. Every
subscriber will rcrelve acerfltlcate, over the
signature of tho publishers, cuaraiiteeliiL'
that the cliromos delivered shall be cqtl.il to
the samples furullicd the niretit.
or the money will be refunded.
The distribution of pictures of this grade,
free to the subscribers to n five dollar perl
odlcal, will mark an epoch In flic hl-tory of
Art : and, considering the unprecedented
cheapness of the price for 1'hc Aldlne Itself,
the marvel falls little short of a .iilrhiclo.
even to thoso best ncmia nted with the
uchlcvcineiits of Inventive genius mid Im
prove. I mechanical appliances. (For llliis
tratlons of these ehronios. see November Is
sue of the Aldlue.)
THE LITERARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the care of Mr. ltlehard
llelirv Stoddard, a-s uied bvthe best writers
and poets of the dav, who will strive to have
tho literature of the Aldlne always In keVp
inir with iUnrtlstlcattractlons.
$5 per . '11111111, in advance, with Oil Cliro
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f8 Maiden Lane, New York.
Foreign Advertisements, f Foroign Advertisement.
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TION IN THE COUNTRY I
ii. x. aiiTE'a
To be drawn Wednesday, January let, Is'
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD I
IO.COO IN AMERICAN SILVER I
Fivo Frizes $1,000 jj?
Ten Frizes 500
One span of Matched 'dories, with Family
Carriage and Sllver-Jlounted Har
ness, worth SI, 500 1
Five Hortcb and Rugglcs. with Silver
Mounted Harness, worth (S00 eachl
Five Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
S.VX) each !
25 Family Scwlnp 3Iachlncs, worth
100 each 1
2,300 (iold nnd silver Lever Hunting Watch-
es (in an,) worth from 'J0 to 9:100 each 1
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jevvclrv. etc.
jsumocr 01 giiw s),ixii Ttckets umitcil
to 100,000 !
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Slncle Ticket 2; Six Tickets $10; Twcl.o
M icKeis c-u, 1 wenty-nve TicKets ?io.
Circulars containing a lull Hit of nriica. a Ia.
acrlptlon of the manner ot drawing, and other
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be sent to anr one orderins them. All Inters
most be addressed to L. V. BINE, Dm, 80,
miin orrirs, Cincinnati, o.
mi west em si noT.isve.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
1500,000 IN RANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A Full Drawing in SmiiT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10.
At the Second Grand (lift Concert author
ized br special act of the legislature, In aid
or the P.ibllc Library of Kentucky, unavoid
ably postponed from September 28 to De
cember?, and which positively and unequiv
ocally occura In Louisville, Ky, December
7, 1872, without further delay ou any account
whatever, the following cash gilts arc for
distribution by lot among ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH $100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT
I Cath Gift
1 Caih Uirt ...
1 Cath Gift...,
1 Cxsh 0f ...
1 Cash Gilt...
1 Cash Gift ....
1 Cash Gift ...
1 Cash Gift,..
I Cath Gift ...
1 Cath Gift...,
1 Cath Gift .
li Oath Gifts. J. WKIra'.h
to Cath Gifts. IKSlca'.h
Jl Cath Gifts.
a Cath Gifts.
45 Cah Gifts,
50 Cath Gifts,
fiO Cash Gifts.
100 Cash Gifts.
012 Cash Gifts
TOTAL, 1,000 UlFl'S, ALL CASII..e.moOO
The monoy necessary to pay in full all tl e
offered glf is now upon deposit In t,iu
Farmers' and Drovers, llnnk, as will bo -ecu
by the rollowlng certificate or tho cashier i
Faumerb' and DKovKrs' Hank, 1
Uuibvillk, Ky.,;Sept. 20, 1872. J
This is to certify that there It now on de
posit in tills bank over a hair a million ol
dollars to the credl ot tho Gift Con -ort
Fund, ffiOO.000 'f which is held by this b inl
asTreasu crof tho Public Library of Ken
tucky to pay off all gifts to bo awarded at tho
drawing. j g VEA(JI CMUtr
I'ltICK OF TICKETS.
Whole tickots, K) 10; halves, r5; quarter,
2.fM); 11 whole tickeU for 8100; 28 for SJ22.Y,
M for MX); 113 for $1,000; 223 for f 2,600; b7n
tor 85 000, No discount on less thau $10d
worth of tickots at a time.
Tho drawing will positively and unequiv
ocally tako place December 7, Agent are
pereinptorllly required to closo sales nnd
make returns December 2fi, in order to give
ample time for the final urrangements. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circulars
should bo addressed to
GOV. THOS.E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent, Kentucky Publio Library, Public
Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A tlnt-flKlt It (lllinX lLfni,nnll.. I 1
tic, an rni1y nppllni! mi watiT, Tor rootorinif
lo KraylmlrltA naliunl color nml youllifiil
..,','....1,,, it, i-,,iiiiraie nun jirev eiu iiami
rnif, to promote the growth of the hair and
stntt Its f iltlttf, It I. ....H...I.. . t
-', , " s ii.ii ij inn line-, nil, l
I"'r'ectly free from any poisonous siilistaiico
...... '..i, . i.:iine, niui: me piaco in Hiiiiie
dirty nnd unpleasant preparations now In
Use. .Numerous testimonial have been sent
us from many of our mot prominent till,
zcn. In everything In which the articles
ihcJVsm'.V1','' "I'JeetloiialiK.. ( RYSTAI.
I)l&CO Is perfect, tt Is warranted
ty contain neither sugar of Lend Sulphur or
Nitrate ofhllver, It does not soil the clothes
or seam, is agreeably perfumed, nnd makes,
mm or the best dressings for the Hair in use.
It restores the color or tho Hair "more per-
fCft mill llltlfl.tl.llf ll.n.. .1 . ' .
tlon," and nlvvnyn does so In from three to
ten days, virtually feeding tho loots with the
fintirUliltu. 1l,lb .....
: , "",! 'I'-""" - iu iiw.ll I III us LTOWIII
iiiitl healthy condition: It testors the de-
yiv.v ""'iii vs new growi n oi mc
Malr more po-ltively than nliytlilng el-e.
Tl,,, iitifillit.iil,,,, ,.r ti.f i, i. -..,
V i ; ' i iiiiiii'riiii iiiscov-
ery nlso produces n pleasant mid cooling
nllpct rill flu, hi.li. .....I .,. . it.i. n
,"1 v...,. iiuu mo nair a
pleasing nnd elegant appearance.
Call at your ilrugglst ror It and tako no
other. It he has not got It let hlmorder It
ltfn SI ..nM l.nlll..
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4 1,'IMItfll S . M.n. ....
Inventor nnd Proprietor, Wnshlngton D.C..
iiiiw'i,.v ,1.. , ..... r.. . .i.
iimi.,TUH,lluiiWl,l ,v tjtJ.,
(leneral Agents. Philadelphia,
.IVO V IIPVIIV I t' U'MI I i! t.'.Y., '
New. lork, and to be had of Wholesale
ilrugglnts, everywhere. 0-'J!itl
A an Inrlgorntor, LlTcr Corrector
rtml Rlood Renorntor li iarrlor to all the
Ultters, Ellxin, Cortlinla nnd Bara.i
pi'.rMtna In ua. It li is adapted to th whole
yitcm that cTery orpn and fanctlon In Iho tody Is
trongbt under In exhilaratlDt; Influence. It glres
tone nnd atrcnclh to tho illRcatlvo np
; .-.rat na.dispeU languor nnd debility,
lniiorntca tho Liver, rcenlntc tbo
Kidneys) nnd Dowcta, remoTes tt effect of
excesi or otrtaiat!on of an j kind and Eke vi
tality nod rlchncsm to the blood.
Ill curatlT powers alter andcompUuly rorrn.
Ira th entire mass of fluids and eren th solids of
th human system, tberety presenting and curing
Oypeptlo nnd Conanmptlvo Nymp.
taint, Tovcr nnd Acne, niUoim Dlaena
on, Tes era of nil klnda.Xervona Debil
ity, Afrectlons) of tho (ttomnch nnd
iSoiTFla, etc. As a mild and delightful Inrlgo
rant for delicato females, It lias no suporlor.
Ily Its dm nw Ufa and rigor Is gjta to both fc-sly
and mind, sending a clow of TlUlity through every
part, which Is permanent and lasting.
It Is tb most e!T.ctual remedy for tt relief ol
human enfferlngtverdlscorered.andai pleasant to
tt tast as old rye or fino win.
x WE CHALLENGE x
x 33 X THE x S x
x WORLD x
To produce a mora delicious medicine to take, yet so
potent for the pretention and cur of dl.ues u
UEinrs wcsis-a sesi: un sicca rrsrnxa.
I'rlio 91. or 6 Ilotllex for 83.
Prepared ty tt Oreftoa Medicln Co., ST. tOUIS,
I'.o. SM ty Druggists and dealeri lu medidu
ro )r. Ilenry'n World's Totilc nnd
It Is the swat hotuehold remedy, pleasant to
tike, yetpoUntforthe prevention and cure ot
diseases. It Is better than Hitters, Cordial,
llucliu or Sarsaparilla . Sold by Dru;gl ati
nr. Ilcnry'a Boot nnd PInnt Pills.
JIIM yet thorongb no nausea orgTlplng en
Irely vegetable great liver remedy. Irlcc !J
rents . Sold by Druggists .
Mr. Will tco mb'is Nymp.
The great soothing remedy. Prleo orUy 23
senu. Gives rest to the mother nod health to
the child Gold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Kcw
Ensravlogs, Two-hnndred and sixty Pages,
PiiceBOccnts. Address Dn. Bctts' Disrtx
unr.13 Korth Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mc,
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION I
- i.i.i'.iiiiuti'iur air assfi jranrricil
or those about to Marry, on lb I'bytWd.iglral intr
Urles and reielatlum of th exnal jysieni, iih jlm
laust discoferle In producing and preventing a
This Ii an trailing work of two fir-drml and
sixty pagee, with numerous engrarlngs,andcontliie
Taluatleluforniatlonfortboeewbo ar married or
contemplate raarrlege; still It Is a took that ourht
to U undr lock and key and not laid earelts.lv
about the houie. '
nf'nlPW " ltnt 'J "'") for ririy Ceots. A Unu,
Dr. Di-.a' blipsaiuyo. 11 N, CithUi tiinei,fai, tesUjae.
i itoiicj ro tm Arniciro Airs tmreaiTOATs.
C3 D.rors eprljUi u in, ogioriou. yc.f . wlo bir.nii. la
p.Ulo p.ptr.. or silU( sc; Ousck lltuisdl.i, p.ruM Dr. Hull."
iSl"",'.1'.'" aeweplortbl jr
eoallUM. Da. Btnrs otn U cumuli), wrMMJIr or br usIL
it Ik SUeaiee e.llie4 la hi. worm.' 'ooc., t.V iVNoJlu
SltUl lilml. Utwwa Usttf 1 Cktial.ll. Ladi. Ms.
ON EASY TEUMSI
A valuable farm within seven miles o!
Metropolis, on tho .lonesboro Itoad, eonsist
lug of C(i) acres with (X) aereH cleared anu
other linprnvpineitts, now owned and form
erlv ocenplcd, by J, T. ltennle,
'fKltJlb. One-fourth down balance In
one, two nnd thrco years notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
N. 11. Tho timber Is good and has never
been culled and no timber will bo permlttei!
o bo cut or used, oxeept what U necessary
lor tho wear and tear 01 the plaeo, until nfte:
the second pavment 1 1 is been made.
For Information apply to
I '! iievvip
IIKNJtY 11. MHYElt,
UKCOItATIVK, SKIN nnd OltNAJIKN'lW L
GRAINING AND MABBMNU
of every Description.
DECOllATING AND GILDING
In ovcrr stvle. plain nnd ornaiuental.
I'artlEi lar attention paid lo Glass Olldlns
Orders solicited for Scenery, r rescue ant.
FANCY GLASS SHOW GAHDb
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All woik I .
trv-teti to my earo will bo promptly at
tended to. Shop In l'erry House, eotuer f
Commerolal avenue and KltfUtli street.
(s?,0r!.?n n ti ,thes nitler accord,
tan to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their twnes are not destroyed tiy mineral poison or
2,'f r"tan,i nd vital organs wasted beyond the
point or repair.
ir.ViVK',,V.a e 'ndlBrstlon, llcsilache, Pal
In the shoulders, Conmis, Tlghtncfw of tho Chest,
lilztlneas. soar Kructatlons of the Stomach Bad
Tasw in the Mouth, liliious Attack. 1'alplStion ol
tho Heart. Inflammation of the Lungs? Pain in tha
reirlon of the Kidneys, ami a hundred other painful
symptoms, nro the orf sprlns of Dyspepsia, ona
hottlc will prove a better guarantee of It merit
than a lengthy advertisement.
!i,r. ,,'',,"ne fomplnlnts. In yonnir or old,
niarrieil or single, at the dawn ol womanhood, ot
the tnrn or lire.-. thcs Tonic Hitters display so
perceptible lnfl"c,IC0 ,l,at Improvement Is soon
Knr liillnniinntnr)- nml Clirnnle Ithen
an'' c.l0l,l Unions. Iteinlitcnt and Inter,
inlltent l evers, linc.wiof the lilood, ijver. Kid
neys and bladder, those Hitters have no equal,
ouch Picae aro caused by Vitiated liiooil.
r lie v me ncniile PurRatlvn a well as
a Tonic, possuMing the merit of acting ss a
powerful agent In relievlna fvingestlon or Innim.
Ku5bf.s,'a,ei'.lVCr "n" VlHfcfal MJ 1B
I'nr Mkln Dlimses, Hnintlon. Tetter, Pa!t
Rhcntn, Illotrlies, splits, piuinica. Pustules, lions
Carbuncles, nins-ivorms. Scald-IIe.nl, soro r.t.
Lryslpelas, Itcli, Scurfr. l)lrr,loratlonsof the Skin
Ilumon and Diseases nf the rikln of whatever name
or natnre, are literally ilug up and carried out
oMni system in a hhort time by the ate of tbess
(Jrnlrfiil Tlnilltnliils proclaim VtKtiUR T)IT.
TEits 'he most wonderful Invfgnrant taat ever
susiaiueil the sinking svstem.
It. SS. ririuivil n a- rn
Drngdsts and den. Akm., Man Franclseo, Cat.,
sji, ei ltfs.tiUllll UilU "wild
(?hrlfnn Mfsi 3 v'
AM. UUCCUJISTS A DEALERS.
WANTS) TO KKOW
wnicn ist i ik bmx xachttxi
THE LIGHT RUNNING"
presents a rs-
tori of sscetsi
tbs history cf
" DOMESTIC" S. NL Co., New York.
MISSOURI STATK LOTTERY.
Leoaliekd iiv Statk Autiiobitt AMD
Dkaw.v ik Tuiilic iw St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme
Class Jt ro lis Brawn Dec. 81, 1872
6,880 Prizes, Amounting to S300.000.
l I run ni .i.ihsi
1 ,l 1
H nl f
Tickots, $S: Quarter
Tickots. SJ CO.
Our lotteries ar chartered by the State, ara
Iwayn drawn at the liintt named, and all draw
ings are under tho supervision of sworn com
mUslnnrrH. The offtrlal drawing will b nnbllslid la th
!t. Ivuls pspprs anil a copy of driwin. sent to
plirehssors of tlckels.
V will ilrsw a similar schema the last day of
every month during the yi-ar 1ST2.
Rmttat our risk by postnrlice miner order,
reK'sterrd letter, draft or express, dend for cir
cu.ar. Address, MURKAV, MILI.Ea CO.,
P. O. bnx 21t. est. Lou's, Mo.
FOlt SALE, ) K-r Sal ( KOK SALH,
POK SALE. For Hale I FOR SALE.
Faro from Livmiroot,
Faro from Lokdcndkrrt
Fnro from Olahoow,
Fnro from Qukksstown
TO OAIKO, :::::::: $48 JP
Hsttnrd. Morn A Ca
Llterpnol New-Tnik and Philadelphia
r.vuta cosTascT wit" cvitct ctitss asd laiTlia
For Carryinij tne Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rraruta isroasiinoa
APPLY TO JOnN O. DALE, AoT.
IS llrnadway, New. York, or to
Wsshlnirton Avenue. Oairo. nma, ji
The Master Spirits of the World
The Trkasurk House op America.
TIIK UllKAT HOOK Ol T1IK YKAK.
Acents report sales of 25 to 100 conies
In u few hours or iUy. rnosfECTUs Fkkk
Adilress J. VV . OOODSrEEU,
Now York, Chicago Cincinnati, St. LouU
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by uu act of tho Legislature.
The most liberal Lottery over drawu. Only
7,140 tickets und a,tt0 1'rUes.
To be drawn Dee. 1S7J, In Covington, Ky.
Ono Capital Prizo of $25,000.
1 I'rlzu of ...$.i,000
1 l'rlzo of. . . . 2,irK)
2 l'rlzesot.... B00
13 I'rUcs of... 250
30 l'rizesof... 60
4201'rlzea of... 90
2.010 l'rizes of... 0
8,080 l'rizes, amounting to tH,2GQ
Tickots, $12. Halves, SO. .Quarters, 3.
Our Lotturlca aro chartered by the state,
and drawn at tho time named, under tlio su
lien isioiiof Hvvoru cpiimilssloners.
Thu ilravvlniw vvlU be nublUhed In the
S'nvv York Chicago, and LouIsvIIIb papers.
Wc will draw a liilar wheme lUt lut
Satiirdav oj; every month during the yean
,Sit'emlt at our risk by l'ostofflco Money Or
der. ItesUtored Letter. Draft or Express.
rTTSelid for a circular.
Shires. SMITH, SIMMONS CO.,
liox 8'i7 Covington, Ky.