Newspaper Page Text
)AT, DECEMBER 6, 1B72.
Tub reputation of Iho Stelnway piano ii
known all over the world,
U-22tf. N. P. Curtice, Agent
Feathers In large or imall quantities
at very low fleures at II. Lovl's hldo
itoro, on Ohto Lovco. 10 18dtf
Fresh oysters received dally and for
alo by the whole or half can at l'hll
Pianos and organs for from $50 to
$1,(100. N. 1. Uurtick, Agt.,
Cor. Twelfth ii Wash. two.
Merchants, clerks, or any others who
with to wear fine boots either culf, moroc
to, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Wni Killer's, on Twentieth
street. 10 lotr.
Cam. and cxmiilnu the pianos nt the
llov. U. II. Thayer's and S. P. Wheeler s
St. Louis bell treble manufacture.
11-2'Jtf. N. 1'. CltRTIOlt, Agent.
1'KKl-AIIK YOU CllHIMMAM. NOW and
elegant jowclry,approprlato for Christmas
(flits, may bo found at Hudcr mothers.
To amy of our friends who desire a
flnt-claisnrtlcloln the lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, in ado to ordor, of the best stook,
and In any stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm Eblor's bcroro going
fllsowhore. 10 19tf
Tut at. Louis bell treblo pianos are as
durable as any piano In the markot, and
the sweetest-toned that you ever listened
to. V. V. Curtice, Agt.,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth ifc Wash.
Fok Kent, a two-itory business house
on Commercial avenue, between Klgh
tecnth and Nineteenth streets. It Is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding liouo
A lease for twelvo months will bo given
Apply to John Hkoaiitt, No. 89, Ohio
Mr. Oeo. Stkinhouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Klghlh street and Com
mercial avetiue.dcalres to call tho attention
of tho boarded community to bis neatly ir
ranged saloon, and the fact that be Is mas
ter of his profession In all Its branches,
lie has bearded many Hon In his den, and
calls for more. tf.
For Sale Cheap fob Cash. Tbo
valuable residence property, known as tho
"Rankin Property," situated between loth
nJ ICth streets, Is offered for salo cheap,
for cash. This fine property consists of
four good lots, with three dwellings, All
in excellent order. Inquire of
11-8 tf. at tho Custom House
Notice or Removal. II. Sayers has
removed from No. 93 to 95 Ohio Levee,
where he la paying the highest prices In
cub 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, I eeswax, ginseng,
tallow, grease, etc., etc. Kemember the
place. No. 95 Ohio Levee. 11-7 tf.
To add to the attractions of tho Thali
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 come and partake thereof,
without money and without price. Fur
thermore, if you would indulge in n glass
of lager, pure wine, hot punch, Tom and
Jerry, or any cf tho popular cold weather
drinks, you can obtain it nowbero In
more palatablo shape, than at the "Thalia,"
corner of Washington avenue, and
Twelfth street. P.'-S-tf.
Home Again. Mr. Ooldstinc, of tho
firm oi Uoldstlno & ltosenwater, has re
turned homo from New York, where ho
has been making large purchases of win
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
Ooldstlne had completed all his purchases
be'ore the Boston fire, and therefo-e be
fore tbo late advance in prices. Messrs.
Goldstlneifc Rosonwator can, consequently,
sell at prices exceedingly below those now
current in this market. They ask tbo
public to call and Inspect tholr goods and
ascertain their prices, being satifled thul
no one will go away from the store, leav
ing behind thorn tho bargains Ibis firm
are prepared to offer. tf
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is the friend of every
body, is now fully installed In bis now
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to the public the 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 generous
share of public patronage Como and
see Louis in his new homo. He has a wel
come for overybody, and for you, reader,
st cordial one. tf.
Christmas is Coming. Huder Broth
ers have made elaborate preparations for
Christmas In tho way of filling their hand
some store room with now and elegant
Jewelry, gold and silver watches, plated
and silver ware of the newest patterns,
and a flee stock of planus, organsand other
musical instruments. A look through
Buder Brother's stock will leave no one at
a loss In tho selection of a Christmas
presont for a friend. Every article In
their line Is placed beforo the purchaser,
and he cun select on elegant and appro
priate Christmas present for a big friond
or a little one, raalo or femalo, wife
daughter, sistor or sweet-heart, at a prlco
lulled to his purse and inclination. The
Buders extond a cordial Invitation to the
publlo to call and oxamlno their Christ
mas stock. 11-28-tf.
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose busino-s lays out of doors,
and who for the preservation of health
and good temper ought to wear good,
henvy water-proof boots, can get just what
they want by calling on Wm. Eblers. He
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear wall and giro general sat
Mm. Anna Lamo, Eighth street be
ween Commercial and Washington avo
nues, has uit received a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
tlcular attention to her handsomo assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
somothlng new In this ,matket. Her
woolon drawers and legglns combined are
also somothlng now and thomott comtort-
able thing for children In cold wcathor
ver devised. Mrs, Lang also has a well
lected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all torts, all
of which will be told as cheap as can be
iouna eitewnert) in ibis market.
Good Nw One of the largest and
molt complote stock of custom-made boots
and shoet ever brought to this market, has
Just bcon .recolved by Messn. Hardy &
Grccnwold, No. 105 Commercial ave,
These gentlemen are both practical work
men in the boot and shoe business ; havo
had a larger experience, and cannot bo do
celved into purchasing anything but tho
very best stock.
They employ a number of flrit-clais
workmen ut their establishment, and are
manufacturing every variety and
style of Ladies and Misses' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
satisfaction. They make theso a specialty
They also make to ordor all kinds of fine
calf, kip or leather boots, In stylo and price
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in tho West, All goods warranted to bo
as represented. tf
Received dally by exprots at Winter's
grocery In Winter's block, the following
goods kept In Ico : Fresh whito
flih, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 40c to families, warranted
good ; alio New York sound's, by the
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; tqu'rrcli,
ducks and other game ; celery and freeh
Ohio butter, alwsya on hand; nlso nil
kind" of vegetables, and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, Ac, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will le sold ata fair living profit.
A one story brick bouse ; with a lot 33
feet front by 100 feet deep. The house
contains three rooms and kitchen, has two
halls, also a cistern atttacbed. For terms
apply on tbo premises, corner of Twen
tieth and Poplar stroets, Cairo, Ills.
11-23-lin. James A. Fry.
Spotted Like Dominoes. Tbo teeth
soon become speckled if every defilement
is not removed from them every twonly
four hours. To do this effectually tboro
is nothing like Sozodont. It literally ren
ders the enamel impervious and indestruc
A Universal Article or Faith.
In these days of religious contention it
has been thought impossible to Indicatoan
articlo of faith upon which all sects and
classos were united. There is one, how
ever, and a very notablo one too, vis.:
A belief which is implicit and universal in
the paramount efficacy of that matchless
Household Tonic and Rccuperant, Planta
tion Hitters The constantly increasing
patronago which it receives has, it is true,
excited the petty envy of certain splenetic
advertisers of pinchbeck 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 neither their arguments
nor their potations, and consequently ro
ioct tbee very weak Imitations of the
enemy as entirely too thin 1
Mr. II. 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 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 the patronago of
tho public. ,o.i5.d am.
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar: Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Kio Coffee. One Dollar : Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
half per nound : Best fcrun-
powder Tea. One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
ounc 1-ivson ana uoiong lea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev-
rythmg proportionately cneap
at WILEY & BIAJJY o.
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Will'lmu'nUbcri, CAIRO, 1LMNOW.
Miles F. Gilbert, )
sTsrHpeoia. attention given to Admiralty nd
orricK omo levee, rooms 7 and 8 oveb
IHTT VATTOVAT. HAWK.
JOHN 13. PHLLIS & SON,
(Bucoesiors to John Ii. PhiUis,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTH-BT. amx OHIO LEVE
Our Homo Advertisers.
On Rlghth fltrset, between Commercial and Wash"
nton Avenues, Is dally reeelvlaf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLM
llesidt a tall line of
BOWNETB & H-sVTS
ITrimtiied aud untrimtned.l
PRKNCtl FLOWERS, RIBBONS, TRIMHINOS
oi ail ainas. i.aecs, ew eta.
Mrs. Mode he also a large wsertmeat o
Kdocjr amicus, sucn as
NKCK Tl.'A COLLARS. UNDBkHLIBVKS,
HUK), rJASlllUS, rana,
And all oibtr articles usually lound Id a
FIIIST-OLASS MILLINKKY 8TOBE
.Mm. Mcflcc, In addition to ber stock of
Kancv and M lnerv Good, ha a tlnaone and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Hoots, lllack and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the Qnest and best
bhoes in the market, and this Is the only
puce in me city mai insxes mem a epecumy,
SELLING OFF AT COST!
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Hwandor. Intcndlnic to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dlsposo of her large
and elegant stock or
3 I Ij Xj 1 3ST EJ 12 IT
Immediately. In order to facillltate the sale
of her KoodK, Mrs. Jackson haa determined
to otfer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And Invites the ladlca of Cairo and vicinity
to call on her If they desire good bargain.
.Mrs. .jackMJii h
GOODS ARK ALL NEW
The motnf them having been selected from
the late fall styles, hence the ladles have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and lh
lonable millinery at cost price. The stock
coti'Mc or hat rllilioii, flowers, hosiery,
ladleo underwear, etc.. etc. 11-10 tf.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD POST OPFICK STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave.
The best brands ol Clear, choice Wines.
Liquor, etc., always on hand.
t27Open day and night. Jgj
SALOON AND READING KOOMS
,;,?,i,i5.e,Ctnd WLSTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
J2sTThe best brand of Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand U
RTLLIABD SALOON AND BAR
JOHN OATH. PrarUtr.
UK Commercial Aveoue. CAIRO, ILLINOIS
BmI brand of Olifo i Clears u reeahvJi
BILLIARD aaloon furnished with the tail
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, Uquors
and cicraM of thenet bran'N.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Propristor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and Cth streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A fine new Dlnlmr Hall wtth'everv con
venience has been added to this popular
ncsiaurani, anu me gueiu wm nn j every
requisite lor their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
consist! of everv substantial and dellcacr of
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOItS.WINES & CIGARS
(STMixed drinks prepared with care.
R. S. BR1QUAM, M. D.,
Homennittale Phvslclan and Surraon. Of-
Uco 130 Commercial avenue. Residence on
Tenth street, three doors west or C. It.
DR. B. C. TABER,
Will resume the practice of his orofession
with esncelal reference to the electrlca
treatment ot diseases In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of lemale complaints a lady
will be In attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up stain.
WILLIAM 11. SMITH, ftf. n.
RESIDENCE No. tl Thirteeiub street, be
. Isamsin UP kin trtfw aawsannsa anit tl atau
urtcwl2JCoran.rcUiTnu, up puiri.
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
DKBIDKNCK corncrNlnth and Walnut ats,
rVOftice coiner bixth atrct aad Ohio levee.
Office hours from a .m, to t m., and t p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
I) EMIDENCK Corner NloeUeath street and
Lv Washlnnton avenue, near court house. Of.
Art. over Arier'e Orooerjr Store, Office Hours Irom
iun.ni. io i m. ana om i hip.sii
DR. R, BLUM,
Burgeon and Mechanical
Office, Commercial Avenue between Ninth
ana i enia nreew,
1 would respectfully announce to the Citi
zens or Cairo anu surrounding uouniry,
ilmt I have onened an office for the oractlca
ol my profession at the above mentioned
place, vrhsre:i hopa toreeilva a shara ot the
public patronage. AU Birayos wlWa tsy
very btat dintal work ahtuld iv aeL
P. O. Schuh.
I fi Q
s . 8 0
n a m
I , HP
8 Q " W
3 8 5
W L fi'
S c F-
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is prepared to supply customer wltb th
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at IUlllday Bros, office, 7
OHIO lxvsr, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tco "Moktacx" will bring coal
alomoilde to steamers at any hnur.
HTOVtaS, TIMWAK1W UTC,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tib and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toile
Ware, Coal Bods, Fire Shovels, Air Oat.
TIN ZINC. COPyitR AND SHKB1
Nfr. 166 Waahington-avenue
SSSTBooSat. Qattenog, sad all kiada of Jo
work done at shorten! notloe fehtdtf
HAVE BEDE3ST SOLD
They have given
They have done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are More Easily sold,
Paying a Better Profit to the Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cooking Stovo
I2ST THE MARKET
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
Wholesale dealers In all kinds ot
ANU BY ALL
0. W. HENDERSON,
190 Commercial ave., CAIRO, ILLS.
City MatUaal lus asUMIsta;.
aaJSpecia atteauea paid to orders from steaas
teats alat or Aev.
l'ROSl'ECTUS FOR 187.1.-SIXTH YEAR
T H V. ALT! TTST V.
An Illustrated Monthlv Journal, tinlvvnAlly
nilllllllFll 111 1m tfin fliind.kiiinh
leal III the World. A iteprcKPiitn
live und Clminiiloli of Amer
Not far Hal In Hook or Ncwh Stores
Notwithstanding tins Increase In llm nrlrn
of subscription last I'ull, when tlio Aldlne an-
sumcu impreicni nonio proportion mid rrji
resentativu character, the edition was more
than double the past year; proliiL' that the
America1! public apprcclati' u Miirrrn ef
fort In the catli5 of Art. Tho iiuhlMiiri,.
nnxlmii to Justify tlie ready coiilldenco tluix
(Icmointrstcd, li.no exerted thoni'chcs to
the utmost to dcclop and Improve the
Foreign Advertisements. Foroign Advertisemcntg.
work i and the plans lor the coming year,
as uniolded by the monthly lnic, will no
tonUli and dcllKlit even the most oaiigtilnu
friends of tlio Aldlne
The Aldlne will reproduce example of
uie ncsi loreien masters, seiecinii www a
view to the iilslicft artistic iicces, and
preatft general lntvrct ; nvoldlni: such a
have bci'Oine familiar, through photograph
or copies (ifnliy kind.
Tho (tiartcrly tinted jilates for 187:1, will
reproduce rouror .lolili n. Iiavlo' liilmltalilc
I'lilld-tketplic". ntinrcririatc to the four rea-
Hons. Thee plutcs uppvnritiK In tin; Imiim
or .lanuary, April, .liny, ami imoncr,
would bo alone worth the price of n yenr'.
l'HKMII'M CIIltOMOS FOR 1873.
Every subicrlber to the Aldlne. who pays
in amniii'o lor tno year laoi, win iccene,
without additional charge, n pair or beauti
ful nil chromos, alter J. .1. Hill, the eminent
EnKlMi painter. The picture, ciitltluil
"The Vlllaco IJclle," and "Crolni; tho
Moor," are 14x20 Inches arc printed from
' different plates, rcqtilrlux !t." liiitrtL'f.lonn
and tints to perfect each picture. The same
chromoD are sold for $30 per pair, In the art
stores. As it Is the determination or itn con
ductors to keep the Aldlne nut of the reach
ol competition In ctrry department, the
cliromos will be found uliead ol uliy that
can be offered by other periodicals Etery
slibcrllier will rocelVP nccrtlllcate, over the
slguature of the miljIMierr, guaranteeing
that the chromos ilellvereil linll lie c'tlal to
the samplci furnl-hcd the agent,
or the money will be refunded.
The dUtrlliUtlon of picture ofthl Kl"de,
free to tho Mibsrrlber to a live dollar perl
odlc.nl, will murk nu epoch In (lie IdMory of
Art ; and, colildcriii thn uiipreccilente.d
chenpnest of tho price for I'ho Aldlne lic;Il,
the iniirvel faIN Utile short of a .nlriacln.
even to tlione bc.t acquainted with tin;
uchleoinenu of Inventive genluo and Ini
nrovc.l niechnnlrnl onnllance. (For files -
trntioiiH of thee cliromo", fee November !
ue of tho Aldlne.)
T IE LITEItARY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the care of Mr. Hlchnrd
Henry Stoddard. a'Utcd by the best writers
and poet') of the ilav, who will i-trlvc to have
the literature of the Aldlne always In keep
ing with Itsnrtlstluattmellon.
$5 pcrnnuni, In advance, with Oil Cliro
1 he Aldlne. will, hereafter, be obtainable
only by subscription. There will be no: re
duced or club rate: caMi for Mibrcrlmiom
must be ent to the puhlMicrx direct, or linn-
ueu io mo local agent without rcpotiMljlllty
to the publisher, except In cbkcs where the
certltlcate Is given, bearing the fac-Mmllo
stguuture of James Sutton Si Co.
Anv ncrhOll Wliihlni; to act iiennanptitlr tu
a local agent, will receive flill and prompt In
lonuatlon by applying to
JAMES aUTTON k CO., Fubllslicrs.
M Maiden Lane, Now ork.
HARMLESS A3 WATER,
CRYSTAL- DISCOVBItY FOIL THE
A perfectly clear preparation In .me bot
tle, as easily applied :n water, Tor restoring
to gray hafr Its natuinl color ninl ynuthfiil
nppcaranee, Io eradicate and prevent dand
ruff, to iiroinoto the growth ol the hair and
stop Its lallliigonl. It Ii entirely hnrmle,nnd
perfectly free from any pulMiimu suhtniico
and will, therefore, take tho place of nil Iho
illrty and unpleasant preparations now In
lie. Nnincroui U-MlimmlnW havo been ncnt
tisfi-om many of our mot promliient citi
zens. Ill evi.rvtl.l,... I.. ..l.l.i. ..-
ii!B.j!vV.va,,',J ltialle. CRYSTAL
DISCO I.R, U perfect. It . vviirranle,
ty contain neither htigar of Lend Hnlphur or
Nitrate ofsllver, It docs not oll the clothes
r! , agreeaniy pcrnmieil, and makes
u ui uiu ueu ure"iiigs lor uie llalr In l
THE ONLY RELIABLE OIFT UISTIIII1U
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
Xi . 3D . SIDE'S
To be drawn Wcdnndsy, Jsnu.ry 1st, 17-1
TN VALUABLE QIFTS
10,000 IN AMtSRIOAN GOLD I
1O.C00 IN AMERICAN SILVER I
Fivo Prices 91,000 g r
Ten I'rltes 600 I
One span of Matched Horses, with Family
Carriage and Silver-Mounted Har
ness, worth SI, 5001
Five Horses and Huggles. with Silver
Mounted Harness, worth (000 each I
Five Fine-toned Rosewood i'lanos, worth
$W0 each 1
25 Family Sewing Machines, worth
9100 each 1
2,300 Oold and Mlvcr Lever Hunting Watch
es (In all,) worth from 920 to $.100 each 1
Gold Chains, Sliver-ware, Jewelrv. etc.
Number of gifts 25,0001 TlckcU limited
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets 92: Six Tickets 910; Twelve
Ticket 920; Twenty-live Tickets 940.
Circulars cnntaiDinic a tall Hit of prises, (de
scription of the manner at drawing, and other
Information in reference In the distribution, III
be sent to snj one orderins them. All letter
rnnel be addressed to L. I). BINE, Ilnx, no,
MtiN orrirt, Cincinnati, O,
miWesltlhet nor.19 w
ONE O It AND OIFT
I Cash Gift ,eoo
i uain i.m
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
9W0.000 IN BANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A Full Drawing in Smut.
$100,000 FOR ONLY S10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert author
ized by special act of the legislature, in aid
of the P.ibllc Library of Kentucky, unavoid
ably postponed from September 28 to De
cember 7, and which positively and unequiv
ocally occur in Louisville. Ivv. December
7, 1872, without further delay on any account
whatever, tne following cam gins are ior
distribution by lot among ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH 9100,000
4 Cash Gifts, I'Vccn
1 CathGifti, 1.0Ora'.h
m Luihliitu, UOOtt'.h
ii Cath Gifts.
45 Ca.h Gifts.
SO Cash Gifts.
Ml Cash Gifts.
100 Cash Gifts.
012 Cash Gifts.
TOTAL. 1.000 GIFTS. ALL CASH,
The money necossary to pay in lull all II r
offered glf s is now upon deposit In Lio
Farmers' anu urovers. iiaiiK, ai win no -ecu
by tho following certlQcato of tho cashlcri
Fahmeks' and Drovkw' Hank, )
IX1UI8VILLE, Ky..5Sept. 20, 1872. J
This Is to certify that there Is now on tie
posit lu this bauk aver n half a million ol
dollars to the eredl ot the Gift Con-ort
Fund, 9.m000 if which is held by this b iul
as Treasu er of tho Publlo Library of Ken
tucky to pay off all gifts to be awarded at tho
drawing. j g VEAC( CaM9T
TRICK OF TICKETS.
Wbolo tlckeu, 910; halves, 5; niuirter,
92.60; 11 whole tickets for 8100; 28 for 922.V
M for 9600; 113 for 81,000; 225 for 82,500; 6Vn
lor 95 000, No discount on lets tbau $100
worth of tickets at a time.
The drawing will positively and unequiv
ocally tako nlace December 7. Agents are.
peremptorilly required to close sales and
make returns December 25, in order to give
ample time for the final arrangements. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circulars
should be addressed to
GOV THOS. E. BRAMLETTB,
Agent, Kentucky Publlo Library, Public
Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
1 Cash Gift
t Cash Oif
1 Cash Gilt
1 Cash Gift .....
1 Cash Gift
I Cash Gift
I Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift
1 Cash Gift...
a' 0 each
It restores the color of the Hair "morn per
fect and iiiiironnly than tiny other prepara
tion." nnd alwnv doc sn in Irom threii to
ten siasf. viriiiauv iccilliig tliu loots with the
nniirMiliig iUalltlcs ncccmry to its growth
and healthy condition: It rclor the ile
caved and induces a nuvv eruvvih of the
Hair more po-ltlvely than aiiylhlng uNn.
Hie iippllcailon or till- Wonderriil Vllncov
ery nlo produces a pleasant and cooling
e lect on the scalp and gives thu Hair ii
pleating and elegant appearance.
Call at your drtiggi.t lor It nml take no
?, , ,ln. lla'! "ot l Itlethlinorderlt
Price 91 er bottle.
Inventor nml Proprietor, Wa-hlnu'toii D.r..
JOIINSTtlN, IIOLLOWAY A CO.,
,v.. ....n.,.'"..raI K''n," Philadelphia.
J.NO. F. HENRY ami P. C. WEI.LS&CO..
New inrk, and to he had ol Wholesale
druggists, everywhere. o-Uftl
sn Invlgorator, Liver Corrector
nml Illood Benovntor Is superior to alt the
Ulttrrs, Elixirs, Cordinla nnd Sarsn
linrlllns In ue. It Is so adapted to the whole
system that trttj orjan and function In the body Is
thought under Its exhilarating; Influence. It glres
toao nnd strength (o the digestive np
; r.rntne, dispel Innnor nnd debility.
invi;orntc tho Liver, rcenlntcs tho
Klilncj-a nnil Dowels, remotes the effect of
excess or orsrtaxatton of any kind and gives vl
l.illty nnd r lchncn to the, tilood.
Its cnratlse powers alter and completely reorn.
Its the entire mass of fluids end eren the solids of
the human system, thereby prerentlnj and curing
Dj'Nppptla nnd Consnmptlvo Hymp
tom, rcver nnd Acne.DllIonsi Dlaensy
, rovers of all Ulnile.Ncrvons Debit
ttx, ArTcctlons or thn Htoiuaclt nnd
flotrele, ?tc. As a mild anl delightful Iatlgo
rant for drllcate female", it has no superior.
by Its use new life and rigor Is glren to both fc-nly
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through every
part, which is permanent nnd laatlns;.
Ills the most etT.ctual remedy for the relief ol
human enrTerlngeserdlicorrred, and as pleasant to
the taste as old rye or fine wine.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X THE X & X
x WORLD x
To produce a more delicious medicine to talce, yet so
pntsnt for the pretention and cure of dl.eases as
I'rlec 91. or 6 Dottles tor 8s.
Prepared ty the Grafton Medicine Co., ST. L0C1S,
Mo. Buld ty Druggists and dealers lu medicinal
Cso Dr. ITonry'is World's Tostlc and
It Is the gTrat household remedy, pltaMr.t to
like, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
lluchu or Barsaparllla . Sold by Druggist
Dr. Henry Boot nnd Plant nils.
Mild yet thorough no nausea ortrrlplng en
'Ircly vegetable great liver remedy. Price SS
:cnts. Bold by Druggists.
Sirs. Wltl tco mb'a Nyrnp.
The great soothing remedy. Price only S3
sents. Gives rest to the mother and health to
the child Sold by Druggists .
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Cnsravlncs, Tiro-hnndred and sixty Pages,
Pi lee SO cents. Address Da. Butts' DisrCx
itBV, IS Korth Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
A Prlvnto Cnuuselor to theSInrrled
er those about to Marry, on the Physiological mti
teries and retelatlonsot thesexcal jjr.tem, llh the
latest alscoteriee In producing and preventing off
spring, rreserrlng the complexion. 4c
This Is as f reeling work of two Iir-tred and
S'sty pages, with numerous engratlngs,aud contains
valuable Information for those who are married or
contemplate marriage; still It Is a hook that ought
JU.nD,d'rJocl1 "'1 ke' n4 nt 111 crslts.ly
about the home, '
r.f'i'.V .Vf M rtsf) for fifty Cents, ajtren.
Dr. S'tU' blspeuary, Me. II I., ill bill SM bLUiU.,Xfc'
"SISIICS ID TBI UKKtO Alffi TOTCSTCIUTS.
CJ" B.rore ep(i;lBg u lb. Btftortout uo.ri. be edr.rili. la
fiLlU pspert, or Oiic, ssjt ou.cs uu4lts. Hrmpi. Ii.'iT
I.?,'.K,"V,"r '"'"" " ew3.PieraMe j.ur
ooliuoo. Da. Inn oo u ooo.ultfj, urMullr or tr ksIL
i? Vht -.eaUeoeit I. tl. "noST IS KeSS
kUltlS Stresu Utrxa time- H Ctttlaat. m. Ui. au,
ON KASY TKKMSt
A vnluablii farm within seven miles ol
Metropolis, on tho .lone-horn ltoad, consist
lug of 2fs) acres with CO acres cleared utiu
other Improvement, now owned and form
erlv neeuplcd, by .1. T. ltennlo.
'fKIt.Mb. One-fourth down balance lu
one, two nnd three years notes secured by
mortgage, with six per cent. Interest.
N. 11. Tho timber Is good nml has never
been culled and no timber will lio punnlttei!
io bo cut or used, except what Is necessary
lor the wear and tear oi the place, until aftc:
tho second payment Iris been made.
For Information apply to
,?V,tnSn c"n k ths Bitters accord.
J!,.,ilrcct"Jn"' ani1 remain long unwell, provided
.cLr.,!2;nM Brc destroyeil hy mineral poison or
point .!? repair? Xlld or'",M w,J,t beyond the
inViJl,lV,,V," '"vsnsllaeetlon, Headache, Pals
region of the Kidneys, and a hnnilred other painfot
symptom., nro the otr sprlnirs of Dyspepsia. Ons
bottlo win prove n better gnarantco of Its merits
than a lengthy advertisement.
.!U.'.r ,i'"""le fonnilntnti, In yonng or old,
Ki".' -or VW- ' ,hB ,,a"n ' "omsnhood, or
i. MJn nf,llfe. th" Tonic Hitters display so
perceptible lna"c,lco lhat In'Provctncnt Is soon
Kr Inflnminntiiry nml Chronic nhea
.,i',?.,,Vn. an'' (l?M' ""l0,"t Itenilttent ami Inter
inlttcnt I overs. Diseases of tiie Itlood, Ijver. Kid
neyj and liladdcr. tlies tiittcrs hare no i eeaal.
noch Diseases are caused hy Vltlaicl Wood.
.!"; n,e "Renlle Purgative wellu
Tonic, tiosscvtlnn the merit of acting as a
S?,Tri'Ue.s.'nt.l.n wi. rlonsestlon or Innam.
ImKllse'iscif" ln" V''fer, Md 18
I'nr Nklit Olsensrs, r.ninllons, Tetter, Salt
nhcnm, Illotf lies. rots pimple. I'n.tules. Iloils,
(Jarhnncles, Iling.n-urms. Scild.ltr-.vi, sore ntei:
l.ryslpclas. Itcls- Scurfs. Dlsroloratlons of the Skin
Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or natnre, are lifomtlr dug up nnd carried out
othnsystcm In a short time by the use of these
Ornleful Thonsniiils proclaim ViNtosn Bit.
Tens tin! mont wonderful Invlgnrant that ever
susuiu'.-d the sinking svstem.
H. II. .vtcDUXAI.D tt CO.
Dragclsts nnd den. .irts.. san Francisco, Cal.. A
cor. or vv ashlnmoti and Charlton sts., N.Y.
K0LDI!Y,ai, UKUtitilSTS X DEALEItS.
EVER YBQ D Y
WANTS TO KNOW
THE UGHT RUNNING"
Lla sm i
cord of SICCUS
the history ef
Address lts i
" DOMESTIC" S. NL Co., Nsm York.
MISSOURI stItk lottert.
Leoalized lir Statk Authoritt and
Dkawn in Tuiilic in St. Louis.
Grand Singli) umbcr Scheme
Claps it ro lis Drawn Dec 81, 1872
o.bbu rrizes, Amounting to $300,000.
I'rite of. .SO,isi
of 1.1. 4V1
Tlckots $10; Half
tm Prises of..
Tickots, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 flO.
n,,- I " 1 1 . .1 . . mm. A IL. . D.... ...
uui .w.vi iva ai n uimiiviou uj 1110 OMi., msu
slwayn drawn at the lime named, and all draw
Inis are under the supervision of sworn com-mtuslntiem.
The official draw nit will be nnhllshed la th
t. Ixulpeper and a copy of drawing sent to
piirrimipr ui llCKPte.
Wewill draw similar scheme the last dav of
every month during the year 172.
Hemitai our riK ny posinmee money oraer,
registered letter, draft or ezpree. iend for clr-
cu.ar. Address, MUKHAY, MILI.KR CO.,
I. ). Ix I 24. St. Louis, Mo.
FOH SALE, "I E"rS! f FOB SALK,
I KerHalo J
POK SALE. ForBat'a ( FOR SALE.
Fare from LivsnrooL,
Faro from Londcndkrrt
Faro from Qlahoow,
Fnro from Qokbnstotvn
TO OAIKO, :::::!:: $4 8 2P
Hsltnrd, Morris ,t C
Liverpool New-Tnrlc and Philadelphia
moss ro.iiascr with riiTrn ststss asd ssttisa
For Carrying tho Malls
I'Oll PABSAOE TICKETS
oa rrarasa isroavsTios
APPLY TO JOnN O. DALE, Aqt.
13 Ilroadway, New-York, or to
Washington Atenne. Oairo. nma, ss
UKNitY 11. MEYER,
IlKt'OHATIVK. SION and 01tNAMKNT.L
GRAINING AND MARBL1MS
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
In pverv stvlc. plain and ornamental.
rwHcular attention paid to (I lass Olldlne
Orders solicited for ricenoryi Krcseoo tint.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS:
Ollt, plain and ornamental. All wotk I
trfteu to my caro will be promptly !
tended to. .Shop In Perry House, corner I
Commercial avenue and Klhtti street,
'l1tis. AfAUTS.ii RtitntTanPTtiv "Wnnr.rs
The Treahurr House op America.
tiiw imvriT unnir nv thw Ytm.
Agents report sales or 25 to 100 copies
In u few hours or days. Prospectus Fkke
Address J, VV, UUUUSrhBU,
Now York, Chicago Cincinnati, St. Louis
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by nu act of the Lcgislsture.
Tho most liberal Lottery over drawn. Only
7,140 tickets und a,00 prUcs.
To be drawn Pre. l72i In Covington, Ky.
Ono Capital Prizo of $25,000.
1 I'rlie of ....'i,00il
i Vriiu uf. . . '.MM
Prizes ol 1,IH
3 Prizes ol.... BOO
U Prizes of... ABO
0 Prizes of... 80
420 Prizes or,.. 10
J.010 Prizes or... 0
3,080 Prizes, amounting to 01,260
Tickets, $12. Halves, fC. .Qusiters, 3.
our Lotteries are chartered bytbestste,
ami drawn at the time named, under Uie SU
Thu drawings will be published In the
Now York, Chlcaso, and Uulsvllle papers.
Wu will draw u similar scheme i th. lut
Sitturihy' of every month during the years
lS!femlt at 'our risk by Post-office Money Or
der. UeRlslered Letter. Draft or Express.
ClTSeiitl for a circular.
Address SMITH, SIMMONS CO..
Uox bil Covington, Ky.