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Judge Nelson, that It la thought the pres
ident will ppolnt him. As nearly over
appointment that Urant makes is for so
cial personal reasons, this appointment ii
rnort than likely.
Heretofore tbe tontto galleries here
been divided off Into four parts; a repor
ter's gallery, one for tbe diplomatic corps,
one for ladles, and another for gentlemen,
Thl session there ha been a portion of
the ladlM gallery, adjoining tbat occupied
by the famlllee of foreign diplomat, par
titioned off and reserved for the families
of senators, which fact ii emblaaoned on
the entrance doors. To be tbe wife or
daughter of a senator, and hare to mingje
with the common herd while enjoying tbe
senate nlav. was oolte a letting down of
dignity; and although these same
senators favor the social mixing of blacks
and whites, but they take precious good
care to preserre their families from con
tact with their dear friends. I expect to
bear ayelp from the negroes at this tramp
ling down of their social rights.
ri e con-
. - , "
lllsio at ho
3 .on ol
ie as ever
Hot, as it
ay to him-
ls a llvoly
t and color
111 at of tbe
, a general
F ( t e-i Ir i 4
: in he can
Lr h many of
I and per-
Irfesday in re-
I m MtfS )iA I
ito . r
is chairman ,
rVe, crested 1
los-.fti izi the
Otitis, Otstxbs. Forty cents a can
alto br the quart and Ballon at the
Now York store. 12-7-2L
Stxti Anselmbnt, the bar-keeper, has
ocened a fine saloon in Louis .ulatteau t
old stand, where can be found, at all
times, Steve serving his customers with
tbe belt of drinkables. 11-22-tf
Our Home Advertiser.
On Eighth Btreet, between Commercial aad Waah
DJHOD ATVQUf I. II QUIT ITrrmftf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATI8T JAM. AXD WtjrTIB fTTIJM
ItMiiH a tall be et
B03ST3STEXS Sc HATS
ITritntueJ ae.1 biuiosmJ
FRLNCd FLOWERS, RIBBON. TTUtlS
f all kinds. Lac, ttc-,
Mr. UeOr ha also a large eruaal
Fancy Article, such a
NKCK T1.3. COLLI. VXPKsLUVS.
lad all ether articles usually teoad la a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McGee, In addition to ber stock of
Fancy and Milliner) Good.banre)uf and
complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and MUscs' Shoes and ChU
drens' Boot. Black and in Colon. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
Shoes in tbe market, and this Is tbe only
place In tbe city that makes them a specialty.
SELLING OFF AT COST
Soxben erbalten bel Wiley & Blxby
gewuerzle und gepoekelte ocnweine-
zungen ehensogewueme Anpe, ocuwar.
J. Q. Stancil wishes everybody to
know that he keeps the finest assortment
of meats of every kind, such as beef, mut
ton, pork, etc., at his butcher shop, corner
of Eighth street and Washington avenue'.
Anyone wanting fino steaks, chops, roasts,
sausage, fresh and dried fish, flesh or
fowl, can be accommodated with the best
in tbe market, and at the most reasonable
prices, by calling on Standi at any hour
of tbe day. We take pleasure In com
mending bis establishment to tho public
as belnc jutt the thine needed in that
neighborhood. Mr. Standi is a gontle
man worthy of patronage and if TllK
Bulletin can incrcaio his custom it will
gladly do it. 12-Ctf.
See tho 2ow York store's advertise'
ment of Oysters, by tbo can, quart or gal
Ion. Only forty cents a can cheaper
than beef soup.
Received dally by express at "Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, tbo following
coods kept in Ice: Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
tho can at 40c to families, warranted
good; also New York sound's, by tbo
quart ; clams and fresb lobsters ; squirrels,
ducks and other game ; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced bam, Ac, betldet a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will be sold at a fair living profit.
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose business lays out of doors,
and who for the preservation of health
and good temper orght to wear good,
benvy 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 give general 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 the market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Fnrmrlr Swnndcr. Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
and decant stock of
ncdlatcly. In order to facillltate the sale'
of ber (roods. Mrs. Jackson lias detenmneu
to offer the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And invites the ladles of Cairo and vicinity
to call on her If they desire good bargains.
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The mohtof them having been selected from
tlie late fall btyies, nence me lauics nave a
rare opportunity to purchase new and fh-
louauic millinery ai com pnee. ue aiuck
COI1HU8 or naw nunons, iiovrcre, Hosiery,
ladles underwear, etc., etc. 11-30 tf.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD TOST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner. Sixth atreel unit Commercial Ave.
Tho best brands ot Cigars, choice Wines,
LKjuors, etc., ui way it on uanu.
J3TOpeu day and night. IFH
SALOON AND READING ROOMS
Corner Tth street and
PARKER & MONTAGUE
JtThe best brands of Cigars, choice
Wuiee, Liquors, etc., always on band U
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
BOOM. JOHN OATEH, Proprietor.
lot Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Beat brand of Callfp C1garu recehvJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquor
and clears of tlieneH bratvK
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and 6th streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
Ar.i a traitor.
called, and material; his patterns are T,Vn8c. h.T ft'eW TOpX
U ... -" qi rne laipst STAMPS nnrt h to ' uu luo m wj tuij
VA luc lcai ai-WCa. UUU IllS , reaulllte tor thelrirrSmniUtlon.
dwG;n. prices lower than anv other
'J.iirsxts cf snoP i" me city, vxmnaent
1 .f iL. 11 -rt?
ui me excellence oi nis wori:
ho invites the patronage (.
r S and post
ice, and tf-
sk if they do
Y, who never
s. his nature
I requisite lor their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
v-tiiiu of every substantial and delicacy
Our Home Ailtjljrtiww.
g.THT.MI HU,' MiWSSS
tog or. in
fistic cat nnu
tiarti in tho
Ith a tttroduc-
i from tbe
rial Sags all
t right ana
1 Jerity of tbe
lot of tbeir j
ej desire to
,4 t asy sfcn I
Show to tbe ,
' be rlltlcal
You can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar frr One Dollar; Best
thre xT.fl one-half libs. Prime
Rio Offse, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Bent Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at vt ili x a liiJn x .
i supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOItS.WlNES & CIGARS
fSTMlxed drinks prepared with care.
FORWARDING xso COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
JHIO BIVI8 AMU KAXAWBA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Gbuxnt, Plabtcb Paris,
NO. 71 OHIO LXVXK, UNDXR CITY NATION
SrlPKor the Dttrmia of bulldlnv ud
wholesale trade In Cairo, I will sell to deal
era and contractor In lots of CO barrel and
upward, at manufacturing price adding
Cairo, August 13. 1872.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccassor to E. D. Hendricci Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Adraneemani snade
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freight! to all point and buy and
11 oa commission,
KsrBuslnas attended to promptly;
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE & BRO.,
General Commission Merchants
183 OHIO LEVEE,
R. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DXALXK IN
HYLAND & SAUER,
AND DXALXKB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Corner 10th street und Commercial aveuuj
next uoor to the llylaud aaloon.
lMCtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
ull, Pen ton
ipton in me
ar.s, tut not
t( What tbat
0)rs to Judge,
tbe lws of
GREEN & GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LA"W,
William B OUUn
amd csaLta la
Wflpeoia. atteatiOB ilvea t Admlialtr aad
or rici ohio lxtxb, boom 7 and a otxb
fltTT WATIOWAI. WAWSI.
JOHN B, PHLLIS & SON,
(Boecesaora to John B. Ptilllli.)
Kiohtu Strut, Bktwxbn Wabbimotoa
AdJoUlsiB; BltUsslsoMM stssd Uassasr'a
Kf.p tha baat or Baet, Pork, Mutton Veal.
s.u.f nl r prepared to aarra
clliaana In the moat aotaptabla maonar.
BUTCHBK AMD OkaLBIS IN ALL IitND OI
Purs u Mkatb.
COBNXll KlNXTCNTU AND l'OI'LAB Hl.,
Ruts and elauzhters only the beat eaitle
boi and sheep, and Is prepared to nil any
cuunu ior ireau meai uvm one pouna ic
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS rox FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Letee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
AND MILL FEED.
I. D. MATHUSS..
B. 0 .CHL
MATHUSS k UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Huccanora toHtratloo, IludiooA Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo. Illinois.
AND DBALIR IN
HIDES, FUM, WWLaijd LEATHER
Highest Cash Price PMjraU kind or
OLD METAL., COlM'EitCBRASS UAOS
No.y30moLvBi, Oaibo, Illinois.
K3Llberal advances made to responsible
N. B. THI8TLBWOOD. f. J.THI8TLXW00D,
TU1STLEWOOD & CO.,
TBI ONLY BKLIABLk DIPT DISTRIBU
TION IN Till COUNTRY I
Xj . X). SIDtTID'S
To be drawn Wednesday, January lal,
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
110,000 IN AMKRICAN GOLD I
plO.000 IN AMERICAN SILVER I
ive Prise 91,000 j
Ten Pritee 600
One span of Matched Horses, with Knmlly
Carriage and Silrcrolountcd Har
ness, worth 1.5001
Five Horses and Bucgieii, with Silver
Mounted Harness, wortli Ceoo cacli I
Five Fine-toned Rosewood l'lauoa, wortii
500 each I
25 Family Sewlnir Machines, wortli
9100 each I
2,300 Hold and silver Lever lltintliit? Watch
es (in an,) worm irons -') to v.nu eacn I
Gold Chains. Silver-ware. Jewelry, eto
Mimber of gifts SA.OOOI Tickets limited
to 100,000 1
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Ticket 2; Six Ticket $10; Twelve
Ticxeu w-o; rwcnty-nve tickci fio.
ClnulararonUralnr t fall Hit of Dtltra.
erlptlon of the manner ot drawing, and other
inionnauon in rerertnee to in aiatriDiition, win
Dw sent to any one oraarins inrm. ah imtera
mnit Maduraadto L. i. olNE, llox, se.
mm ernes, Cincinnati, O.
TO THE PUBEIO,
Anticipating a decline In price of
ot all knids and desirous that our cus
tomer should know we are determined
to carrr.out our promise of cheap printing
ww seci is our uuiy v mace a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
behevnu; tbat a steady Increase ef basinets
wui oe an equiraieni.
with our long experience in buslnss and
together with our advantages In the
purobase and selection of stock, oui
customer may rest assured we will try
to BMrit a continuance ol their very liberal
unuagv. n uriie your aiieauon to us
roUowlBg revised list ot
HARMLESS AS WATER,
CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
A ticrfcctlv clear tircnnratlon In me lint.
tic, ns cnmly applied m water, for rettoriiifr
to ray nair no natural coior anu yoiiinnii
appearance, to cradivato and prevent (land.
nur, to promote the growth ol tho balr and
stop ItslallinKoiit. It Ii entirely li.irmlcs.niid
perfectly Ircu from any polronotia Milirtnnco
nml will, therefore, taku the place of nil the
llrty nml unpleaannt preparation now in
use. Numerous tcttlnioniula have liven cent
us from ninny of our moat prominent citi
zens, in cvcrytninK in which the articlex
now In tie lire olijectlolialile, CRYSTAL
DISCOVEItY, Is perfect. It Is wnrrnntcd
contain ncitiicr htiear of Lead Sulnliur or
Nitrate of Silver, It does not soli the clothes
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed, mid makes
one of (lie beat drcMliign for the llnlr In lit-o.
it restores tne coior oi me nair "more per
fect and uniformly Ihan nny other prepara
tion," and iiIwuvh doex so In from tliree to
ten daya. virtually (ceding tliv rootH with the
noiinalilng iilallllea iicccsaary to lla growin
and healthy condition: It rcatorn the de
cayed and Induces n new growth of the
Hair more positively than anything clc.
Tbe annllcatlon of this Wonderful discov
ery also produces a pleasant and cooling
eucci on iiiu aeaip aim given inu Jiuir n
pleasing and elegant appearance.
can at your urtiggist lor it nun take no
101 West tth at.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LSOALIZBD BT STATB AUTHOntTT AND
Drawm ik Public in St. Louis.
Grand Single M Smber Scheme.
Class M ro bb Dbawn Dec, 31. 1872
6,880 Prices, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prlt of......40,cM 603 fritea of. ... I'M
1 " or..... 13.460 S " of. l.OiiO
1 " Of........ 10,000 " Of . 600
1 " of... 7,500 " of........ 3W
I ' of... . J.WlO 9 " Of SM
4 " ol .. t.&OO S 1 of 2'
21 " f. 1.000 SO " of 1M)
40 " Of 600 1W " Of .. 1M
40 of... sao 600 ' of 10
Half Tickets, S5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 50.
Our lettariaa are chartered br the Bute, ara
alwara drawn at tha time namad. and all draw
Inn are under the supervision of sworn com
Tha official drawing;
St, Loala pepara and i
purcnaaara oi ucacia.
Wawlll draw a similar scheme tha last daj o
avarv month durln tha vaar 1872.
Hamll at our rlak br poetntBce money order,
railaterad latter, draft or express. Head for cir
u.ar. Address, MURRAT, MILLER A CO.
r.O. bos 244. Bt. Louis, Mo
rill be published In the
oopy of drawing sent to
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY
Legalized by an act of the Legislature.
The most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,140 tickets anu i,wh prizes.
To be drawn Dec. 28, 1872, In Covington, Ky
One Capital Prize of $25,000
1 Prize of. ...$5,000
1 Prize or..... 2,1 W
2 Prizes ol 1,900
2 Prizes ot. .. 600
3,060 Prices, amounting to
Tickets, $12. Halves, $0,
13 Prizes of..
30 Prizes of..
420 Prizes of
2,610 Prizes of.
Our Lotteries are chartered Ijv the state
and drawn at the time named, under the su
nervltion of sworn commissioners.
The drawings will he published In the
New York. Chicago, and Louisville papers
We will draw a similar xcheine the last
Saturday of every month during the yean
1672 and 1873.
Kemlt at our risk by Post-office Money Or-
aer, negtsiereu Letter, urau or express.
tarsend for a circular.
dress SMITH, HLMMOXS A CO.,
dox trci covington, ny.
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good at lb paper, neatly executed ac-
cgniuMiBui perm i gung w, eoroiner
qualities add the difference la the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or earn quality of
Folio Post, per M $4 OOtoO 00; per one-half
M $2 W to 9 60.
full sheet, half sheet, quarter iheet, eighth
sheet and elxteenth Isheet at from $3 00 to
20 00 per M.
By a careful examination ol the above list
our patron will find that our
per H $5 00U7 00, according to size and
quality of paper; perone-halU$3 OOtoi. 00.
A NOTE HEADS
on ordinary size per M $4 OOtoi 60. accord,
lng to style and quality. Commercial per M
per 31, acoordlBg to slze'and weight, $& OOto
7 00 : per one-balf M, according to size and
weight, $3 00to4 00.
per M $3 OOtol 00, according to order.
urnished retail at wholesale prices. Chai ge
or printing, $1 00to2 60 per M.
PBIOB8 AEB LOWEE
tban those ot any establishment ot the kind
In St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
A. ID ir B Ifc T I S X 1ST Q-
Business men will find the Bullbtlm the
best advertising medium In Southern Illi
nois. OTTIR, -WElEJKXj-Sr
(sheet 24x40. 8 cotamns) t furnished to sub
scribers at the low rate
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Ullnolt, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper erer belore published In
Cairo, snJ new elub are eomlnr In every
HTOVEM. TINWABE, KTV,
" A. II AL L E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tia aad Hollow Ware. Clothes Wringers Tolls
Ware, Coal Hods, FiroBbovele, Air OaUa.
other. If he has nut irot It let liliu order it
Price 91 per bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington I),C,
JOHNSTON, HOLI.OWAY .t CO.,
ttenorai Airents. riiiiatiei iiuu,
JNO. V. HKNIIY and P. 0. WHLLS.VCO..
New York, and to lie had ol Wholesale
druggist, ovurj'whcro. li-UDtl
ZINO, OOPPEB AND 8UEE1
MfRooflas;. Outtennft, aad
work done at ahorteet notice.
a am Br-i f:
HAVE BEB1T SOLD
They havo kIvcii
They havo done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are More Easily sold,
Paying n Better Profit to the Dealer
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cooking Stovo
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
Wholesale dealers in all kinds oi
AND UY ALL
LIVE STOVK DKALEItS,
0. W. HENDERSON,
190 Commercial ave., 0AIH0, ILLS.
PARKER & HLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
ratty, BesssUste, Uuollsse,
1IJI1IU I..1L J. JJ.YJ
No Person can take these Bitter accord.
fntr to illrecUons, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not deatroyeri by mineral poison or
other means, and vital organs wasted bejond the
point of repair.
Uyspepsla or Indigestion, tleadache, Fala
In the Shoulders, Coughs, Tlgbtoeaa of the Chest,
DUzlncss. Soar Erucutlons or the Htomaeh, Bail
Taste tn the Moutti. Illllous Attacks, Palpitation ol
the Heart, Indammallonofthe Lungs, rain In the
region of the KMncja, ami a hondrcl other palnnit
srmptoms, aro the orspiings of Djspepsla. on
bottle will prove a better guarantee of It merit
than a IcDgihj adrertlsement.
far Female C'niiipUlnta, In joung or old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, ot
tho turn of lire, these Tonic Hitters Olsplaj to
dccldeil an Influence tbat improvement i soon
For Inflatnmators' anil Chronic ntieau
tuatlam and uout, lillloui. itemlttent and Inter
inlitent Fevers. DLseaaes of the tlloot, Liver, Kid
neys and madder, these Hitters have no equal.
Much Diseases are caused by Vitiated Illood.
Theynre attjenlla PnrgatlTe well aa
ionic, poasc'ssing mo meru oi aciiog a a
As an iBTlsrorsttor, Llvrr Corrector
nnd Illood Benowator Is superior to alt the
Illltpre, T.Ilxlrs, CorsUaUst and ftaraav
parlllns In me. It Is so adapted to the whole
system that aTery organ and function In the body Is
bronght under Its exhilarating Influence, It gtres
tone and atreBftTth to the dlsjeatlve np
pnrattu, dispel lansraor and debility,
Invigorates the Liver, reg-ulatea) the
Kidneys and Bowels, remorse tbe effect of
eicess or orartaiatioo of any kind and fires vl
tulltyand richness to the blood.
Its turetlre powers alter and completely reorgan
lie the entire mats of fluids and ersn tha solids of
the tinman system, thereby prarentlng and caring
Dyspeptfo nnd Consumptive) Jyznp
toms. Fever and Asjne, Billons Diseaa
e?s, Fevers of all kinds, STervons Debit
Ity, Affections of tbo Hlosnacb and
Bowels, etc. As a mild anl delightful Inrlgo
rant for delicate femalea. It has no superior.
Uy In use new life and rigor Is glrsa to both bMy
and mind, sending a glow of vitality through every
part, which la permanent and lasting-.
It Is the most eS.ctual remedy for the relief ol
human suffsrlng srsr dlscorered, and aa pleasant to
the taste as eld rye or fine win.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X S X TSE X S X
x WORLD x
To produce a more dellclooa medicine to take, yelse
potent for the pretention end cure of dtirasee as
::. cr:?'3 ti:'3 t::: Airs sues rrimn.
Price SI, or o Bottles for 93.
l'repsred by theOrafton Medicine Co., ST, LOUIS,
Ho. Sold by Druggists and dsalera lu medicine
powerful agent In relieving Cnngrstlon or Inflam
mation of the Liver and VUTeral Organ, aad in
For Hkln Dlseaaca, Krnptlons. Tetter, Salt.
Rheum, lilotchcs, Hpots, Ilmplea, Pustules, Itolls,
Carbuncles, Itlng-worms, Hcald'llcad, ftoro Krea,
Rryslpelas, Itch, rkarfs, lilscoloratlon of the Hkln,
Humors and Diseases of the Hkln ot whatever name
or nature, are literally dug up and carried oat
or the system In a short time by tbe uw of these
Grateful Thousand proclaim Vmiaia Brr
tkr.1 the moat wonderful Invlgorant that ever
sustained the sinking system.
R. II. .ncIMINALD e CO.
Druiilsu and lien. Acts.. Han Francisco. CaL. A
, cor. (if WaahUigton and Charlton Bt.. N.T.
' BOLD BY ALL Ultl'UUlaTlS A DEALERS.
Trnicn is tuis best aucnmi
' THE "LIGHT RUNNING"!
prusnts b re
oord of lacesti
nap trallele J in
I the history cf
lMtOSl'EOTL!.S KOK 18T3. SIXTH VEAK
An illtistratol Monthly .lotinial, universally
admitted to be tla- Handsomest Period
ical In the World. A llepresentv
th e and Champion of Amer
Use Mr. Henry's World's Tonic and
It is th great household remedy, pleasant to
like, yet potent for the prevention and cure of
disease. It 1 better than Ultters, Cordial,
Iluchu or Barsapartlla. Sold by Druggists
Dr. Henry's Boot and Plant PUIs.
Mild yet thorough no nane or griping en
.Irely vegetable great I Iver remedy. Price 21
:ent. Bold by Druggists.
Mr. Will tco nib's Hyrop.
Tht great soothing remedy. Price only 25
;ents. Give rest to the mother and health to
tho child Bold by Drugglat .
Interesting; Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-bundred and sixty Pages,
PiicetOcenU. Address Dr. Bctts' DisrM
l iai, 13 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
A BOOK FOB THE MILLION !
A Private Counselor So thNmi.j
or those about to Marry, on tha Physiological mye-
, Jyiiem, Willi uie
latest dlscorerles In producing and presenting off
spring, preserrlng the complealon, Ac.,
V This IsanC'irestlDgwork of two Lsrdred and
7 W,;"U,1.'i,"u!r0,",nrTln.and contains
valuable information for thoee who are tusrrled or
contemplate marriage 1 still It Is a book tbat ought
abotu7?"hru.."'1 kejr "a DOt UJd
w. eM epplylsg to tbe oourliMi ovacb. wbe s4rrtli la
tJiiXSV. i.' !
HjiSlTSr'. Sal jeerdlMSiete or tow diW.bU T.ur
"!' "a. Bvtts osa be ewiultee, Mruuilr er bi nsll.
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DR. A. TRASK'S
VOIt TUB CURE 07
Dr. Trselc was engsged for twenty years in
a course of experiment upon tha medical prop
erties and power ot vegetable, icparate and
combined. At tbe age or seventy years ' hesuc
ceeded in presenting to the world, as the result
of his experiments, a combination of Vegetable
extract, The power of which In rcmovluir dls
eases U unequaled In tho annals of Medic ue.
His discovery consists tn a combina
tion of tSNMwel Vegetable Extract, with
Electricity or MigncUisia In the form of an Olnt-
"certain, tt M.that tb remsrk&bleand
unnrecedented anccoea which baa attended Its
wfilffitSot dlsewes stamps It at
oncoathe greatest dlacovcry of the age, and
call for a trial and close Investigation of it
It sever tail. While there remains suf
ficient life to restore a natural and healthy ac
tion to tbe capillary vessels of tbe body, and
equalUe tbe circulation of tbe blood. By this
means a controlling power 1 gained over the
most malignant forms of disease, which cannot
be obtained from any other remedy. . .
fluohle the power or tblecossablna
tlosii that It penetrates to every portion of
tho human frame 1 every bono and muscle, vein,
nerve and ligament is searched oat and made
sensible of its purifying and healing influence.
Hence It copes as readily wlta Internal a ex
tern disease. .
iMumerona .ineianccs v w
where tola remedy ha restored bealthW
... .... m.. fh... thamnit nowsriu
inumal remedies lalled to prodnceanjr effect.
Bach has frequently been tho cats In InBHinia-
HWUVI IB sevnvws . A.f
No patient ever Bee elle with thl
disease where the Msgnstlc OlBtmont can be ob-
Xol for Male In Book or Kssrs Htoree.
Notwlthktaiidliiif Uin Increase In tbe price
of subscription last full, when tbe Aldlne as
sumed Its present noble proportions and rep
resentative character, tbe edition was more
than double the past year; proving that the
Atncrlca'i public ajiprcctutt- u sincere ci
fort tn the eaue of Art. The publlsben,
nxlous to list fv llic ready colifldenee thus
demonstrated, bave exerted tlivinaclves to
ti.e utmost to develop and Improve tbe
work : and tbo plans for the comim: year,
as unfolded by tho monthly Issues, will aa-
tonlidi and delight even the most sanguine
friends of the Aldlne.
The Aldlno will renroduco examples or
the best foreign masters selected with a
view to tbe highest artistic success, and
greatest general Interest ; avoiding sucli as
bave become familiar, through photographs
or copies or any kind.
The quarterly tinted plates for 187.1, will
reproduce four of John s. Davis' Inimitable
clilld-sketclic, upprtprlate to the four sea
sons. These plates, appearing in the Issue
lor January, April, July, anu uctoocr,
would be alone worth tbe price of u year's
riiEMiUii ciimuius run ib.j.
Every subscriber to the Aldlne, who pa) a
11 advance for the year 1873, will receive,
without additional charge, a pair of beauti
ful oil ebromos, alter J. J. Hill, tbe eminent
English painter. The pictures, entitled
he Village llelle," aim rowing tuo
Moor." are HxJ0 luclieh are printed from
'2b different plates, requiring lio Impressions
and tints to penect eaen picture, j - .a.o
cbromos are sold for ao per pair, in the art
stores. As It l the determination or it con
ductors to keep the Aldlne out of the reach
ol competition In every' department, tbo
clitomos will be found ahead oi any that
can be offrreil liy oilier periodical, r-very
subscriber will receive acertltleate, over tbe
slgmiture of the publisher)), guaranteeing
that the cliromos delivered shall bo equal to
Uie samples furnished the agent,
or the money will be refunded.
The distribution or pictures of this grade,
free to the subscribers to a live dollar peri
odical, will mark an epoch in the history of
Art; and, considering the unprecedented
chenpncFH of tho prleu for 1'lie Aldlne Itselt,
thu marvel falls llttlo short of a .nlriaclo,
even to those best acquainted with tho
achievement of Inventive genius and im
proved mechanical appliances. (Kor Illus
trations of those chroinos, see November Is
sue of tho Aldlne.)
TIIK UTBHAKY DEl'AItTMnST
will continue under the care or Mr. Kichard
llenrv Stoddurd, asi-lsted by the best writers
mid poets of the day, who will strive to have
tho literature of the Aldlno always iu keep
ing with Its artistic uttractlous.
TilltMS. , ,
t)r por aiunii, in udvuiice, with Oil Cliro
mos irec. . , . , , ,
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