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THE OAIBO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1872.
I'HESBYTEAl Alf-UJErt Street.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 10 a.m. and 7 p.m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 71 p. m.
stobbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. Lansdcn, Su
perintendent. Hp.v. II. Tiiayxii, Pastor
sdirniODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8ta.
1'rcachlng, Sabbath at 10J a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Habbath School, 3. p.m. L. W. Stlllwcll,
Muperlntcndcnt. Kkv. F. L. Thompbon,
Laiuikst und finest assortment of Ho
hcmlan toilet iota and vases at Daniel
ciiuncn of tiie kedeemer-ep1sco-
fiornlng prayer. Sabbath 10) a.m.
hvcnltiK proye". 7J P-.
Snbbath School, 0 a.m.
ItEV. E. Coan, Hector.
BT. PATRICK'S CHUltClI Ninth St. and
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
s cspcrs, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m.
Ukv. P. J. O'Halloiian, Priest.
ST. JOSEPH'S CIIUHCH.-(Ocrman,) cor-
ncr of Walnut and Cross street.
Hat, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. nr.
Veiporn, 2 p. tn.
Mass during week day, 8 o'clock a. m.
Kkv. 0. Hoffman, Prtcit.
OEKMAN LUTHERAN CHUKCH-13th
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p.m. 11. O.
Hkv. Iton'T. IlKi.nio, Pastor.
VOUNO MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
& Co's bookstore, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. at
I.. W. Stillwkll, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Sycniuoro and Forty,
tint Mrctti. Preaching habbath nt 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church Is connected with the Illinois
Association, by the First Missionary Hap
tltt Church ol Cairo.
Kkv. Solomon Lkoxakd, Pastor.
FR1CAN METHODIST.-Fourtccnth, bo
ween Walnut and Cedar,
ervlccs, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
,Jbbath School. 1) p.m.
.ass meets at 3 p.m.
sCCOND FREE WILL llAPTIST'-Flf-lecnth
Street., between Wulnut and Cedar.
Services Sabbath. 1) and 3 p. m.
Kkv. N. Rickh, Pastor.
FREE WILL HAPTIST HOME MISSION
SAIIItATH SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. II a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL HAPTIST CHURCH
Services, Sabbath 11 a.m.. 3p.m. 7 p.m.
Rkv. Wm. Kkllky, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth St;
Preaching Sabbath, 10) a.m. nml 7) i.m.
Prayer meeting. ednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday ct cuing.
Sabbath hcliool, 1) p.m. John Vanllaxter
and Mary Stephen. Superintendents.
Rkv. T. J. Snoitr.8, Pastor.
SECOND HAPTIST CHURCII-Fourtccntli
Street, between Cedar anil Walnut. The
only llaptlat church recognized by the As
sociation. Services, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
Itrv. Jacoii Hiiadli-.y, Elder.
AIRO "COMMANDER Y, No. 13.-Statcd
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, tln-t
and third Saturday In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No.2L Regular Convo
cation at MomiiiIc Hall, the second Friday
In each month.
CAIRO CHAPTER No. 71. Regular Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, ou the third
Tuesday ol every month,
CAIRO LODGE, No. 237 F.& A. M. Regu
lar Communication at Maouic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
ALEXANDER LODGE, 22U Meet in Odd
Fellows' Hall, In Arter's building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
STATE OFFICERS. '
Governor lohn M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor .lohn Dougherty ;
Secretary of State Edmund Rummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplucott:
State Treasurer E. N. Hate :
Supt. Public Imtructlon-N'ew ton llatcman
Senators Lyman Tnimbull and John A.
L.ogan. . ,
Representatives for the Statc-at-I.arge S.
Representative Thirteenth District .lohn
MKMllKItS GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Senators, First District T. A. E. Holcomb,
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Gallatin.
Representative, First District II. Watson
Judcre D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Clcrk-R. S. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvln.
Wra. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
.ludre T. llrosa.
Associates J. E. McCrite and S. Marchll-
Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gorman.
Mayor John M. I.anxlen.
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. ilunictt.
Clerk Michael Howlcy.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney V. II. Potic.
Polled Magistrates F. Bros and B. Shan-
Chief of Police L. II. Myers.
Mayor John M. Laii'dcn.
Flrt Ward P. G. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. StaaU Taylor.
Clty-at-Largc W. P. HaUlday
DOAItD OP ALDERMEN.
First Wanl -J.imes Rcardcn, A
Innl. Inane Wuldcr.
Second Ward R. II. Cunningham,
dor, Q. Stanccl, James Swnync.
'Hilnl Ward Wm. Stratum. J. II. Phllll
Fourth Ward Jno.- II. Robinson, G. II.
Scaso, J. 11. Jietcau.
I'll THICI ANN.
R. S. P.R1G1IAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physlclun and Surgeon. Of
fice 13U Commercial uvenuc. Residence on
Tenth street, thrco doors wot of C. R.
Dir. U. 0. TABElt,
Will resume the practice ol his profession
with especial reference to t ho electrics
treatment ol diseases In all the new und im
nrnvi'il method of aimliculioil.
In all cases of lemule complaints a lady
will bo in atteniiuncc.
Ofllce, 128Conimorclal avenue, up stairs.
WILLIAM tt. 8M1TI1, M. D.
E3IDENCB No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
i tween WHsluneton avenue and Walnut utretl,
ce m uoninifirci.il utouud, up stairs.
Merchants, clerks, or any othors who
wish to wear lino boots cltliorcalf, moroc
co, kid or patont leather of tho very latest
stylo, go to Wra Ebler'i, on Twentieth
streot. 10 10tf.
Coal shovels, tongs and buckets, nnd
anything olio you want at Halloy's.
Stkvk.Akhklmknt, the bnr-kcopor, has
opened a lino saloon In Louis Rlattcaus
old stand, whero can bo found, nt nil
tlmos, Stevo serving his customers with
tho hest of drinkables. 11-22-tf
Frefaue roll Ciikistmab. Now and
olegant Jowolry,appropriato for Christmas
gifts, may bo found At Buder Brothers.
To any of our friends who dcslro a
flrst-clais nrtlclo In tho lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of tho best stock,
and In nny stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Vt'ta Killer's before going
oltowhcre. 10 19tf
Mr.Uko. Steiniiousk, barber and hair
Jrciscr, cornor of Eighth street and Com
mercial nvenue.dcslrcs to call thonttcntion
of tho bearded community to his neatly cr-
rangod saloon, and tho fact that ho is mu
ter .of his profession In all Its branches
Uo has boarded many lion in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mrs. Anna L-ano, Eighth street bo
ween Commercial nnd Washington ave
nue, has fust received n largo and vuricd
stock of fall goods, nnd desires to call par
ticular attention to her handiomo nsiort-
orient of ladies' and children's underwear,
something new In this motket. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined nro
alio something new and tho molt comlort
ablo thing for children In cold weather
vor deviled. Mrs. Lang also has a well
lected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, nnd notions of all sorts, nil
of which will be sold as cheap as can bo
found oliowhcro In this market.
Ladies' nnd gentlemen's kid gloves in
all colors from "Oct, to $1 per pair. Call
nnd cxamino tho two button wright kids
before purchasing elsewhere, nt Hart
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every
body, is now fully Installed in his new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial nnd Washington avenues. Ho of
fers to the public tho best St. Louis beer
tho choicest brands of vino and tbo pureit
liquors to bo found in the city, and hopes
that theie, civil treatment nnd a cordial
reception, will insure to him n generous
iharo of public patronoge. Come nnd
see Louts in his now homo. Ho bus a wel
come, for everybody, nnd for you, reader
a cordial one. tf.
Good News One of tho largest nnd
most complete stock of cuitom-mado boots
and shoes over brought to this market, has
just been received by Mcsirs. Hardy &
Grecnwold, No. 105 Commercial nve.
Thcso gentlemen nro both practical work
man in tho boot and shoo buslncis; havo
bad a larger experience, and cannot bo de
ceived into purchasing anything but tho
vory belt stock.
They employ a number of Ant-class
workmon ut their establishment, and are
manufacturing evert variety and
style of Ladies and Junes' stioes anu
gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
Htiifuction. They mako theioa specialty
They also make to order all kinds of lino
calf, kip or leather boots, In stylo nnd prico
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in tho West. All goods wnrrantcd to bo
as represented. tf
Christmas is Coming. Buder Broth
ers have mndo elaborate preparations for
Christmas in tho way of filling their hand
iomo storo room with new nnd elegnnt
owclry, gold nnd silver watcho, plated
and silver waro of tbo newest patterns,
and u fine, stock of planus, organs and other
muslcul Instruments. A look through
Iludor Brother's stock will leave no ono ut
a lo.'s in mo selection oi n mrutmns
prosont for n friend. Every nrtlclo In
their lino is placed before, tho purchaser,
nnd he can cclcct nn elegnnt nnd appro-
priato Christmas present for a big friend
or a little ono, male or lemaie, wuc
daughter, sifter or eweot-hoart, nt n prico
suited to Ids purso nnd inclination. The
Iluders extend it cordial Invitation to tho
public to call nnd cxamino their Christ
mas stock. U-'J8-tf.
CntLDRENs' whlto fun for $2 CO per
pair nt Hartman's. 1 2-1 1 tf
Tr you want to get a piano, organ, or
any other musical initrttmont, for a
Christmas or Now Year's gift, you can
find thorn at 13, & W. Budor's.
For Sale. Sovoral fonts of Job Typt,
latest styles, In good order, suitable for a
Country Otflce. Apply at tho office of
THE " THALIA."
repair to the "Thalia "
gather, morn, even, and
'Tl there you get Oysters and Turkey and
In cv'ry style dcslr'dj also, Sugar cured
Oh, a for the Drinks! they're superior and
No bogus potato-bug broth, 1 am sure,
Rut genuine Liquors, as mild as May,
arm y iu just ngui anu enliven your
"Our" Jacckcl will brew you a capital
Or draw you a glass of prirao Lager for
Each mom you'll Unci thcro a bountiful
Roast and boll'd, hot soup, with excellent
Of all Cairo's saloons, the; "Thalia's"
No drunkard or rowdies nro bobbing
No "roper" or gambler ure there to be
I on ml t
So hie thec to Jacckcl' for Oysters nnd
And ir he don't suit you, then call me n
Tho mocking bird tunc up his whUtle to
Your inuilcal taste In a wonderful style i
Geranium and hyuclnthcs, there may be
The windows, adorning with beaut. ful green
Uow few are tho cooks that can properly
The delicious bivalves, (which you know to
But A. Jacckcl ha got the wholo science
Slew, broil or attlc lie U "bos" of the
On Washington avenue, corner ol
In safety and peace you can drink a friend's
There, too, you can read all the new of
Anil mod'rate the charge ho nsks you to
Old Chrhtma I coming, ass.1 then you II
The patron of "Thalia" are not lost lo
He will how you a sample of what he
A. Jnocl-.el'n a Brick a thorough "True
Cairo, December 7, 1672.
For Sale Myresidenco and two lots
on Eighth street between Walnut nnd
Cedar street. For further information
apply to B. K. Fields, at Fields' stable,
Tonth strct between Washington avenue
nnd Walnut street. 12-10-tf.
Onr Homo Advertisers.
Co Dr. nenry'a World' Tomlc and
It Is the great bousthold remedy, pleasant to
l.ntrr, yet pottnt for the prevtntlon and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
IluchuorSaxtaparllla. Sold by Drugflsts
Dr. neary's Root and Plaist Fills.
Mild yet thorough no nsnset or griping en
Irely vegetable great liver remedy. Prloe2S
:cat. Sold by Druggists.
Mr. Wbltcomb'a Hjrep.
The great soothing remedy. Price only 83
:'M. Gives rest to the mother i
.he child Sold by Druggist .
ad health to
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
!n;rarlngs, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
Pile SO cents. Address Do. Bern' Tntrty
l art, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Loots, Uo.
Received dnily by express ntSvinter'i
grocery in "Winter's block, tho following
goods kept in Ice : Fresh white
fish, inlmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
the can at 40c to families, warranted
good; also New York sound's, by the
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and other gamo; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, alwsys on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, &a, besides n varioty of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which willbesold'Uta fair living profit.
WINTER BOOTS AND
Railroad men, fur.tiers, draymen and all
others whoso buslnot! lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
nnd good temper orght to woar good,
henvy water-proof boots, can get just what
they want by calling on Wra. Eblors. Ho
makes French calf or kip boots, warranted
lo Ut well, wear woll and glvo general sat
O. W. DUNNING, M. D.
T-lESIbKNOE-cornerNinth and Walnut Ms.
XvOHice coiner Sixth Btreet aud Ohio levee.
Offlce noun Iron. a.m. to it rn,. mi p.m
H. WARDNElt, M. D.
REHIDENOF. -Corner Nineteenth utretl and
Waihlnaton avenu. near court house. ON
fictiOYor Arier'i Grocery Htorc, Otflce Hours Irom
10 a.m. IQ i m. ana -om a ioii. in.
DR. It, BLUM,
Surgeon and Mechanical
id zejust a? isa?!
Office, Commercial Avcnuo between Ninth
' tin. I 'PAtilli lit rn At a
I would respectfully announce to the Citi
zens of Cairo and Surrounding Country,
hut t invfi onened an ofllce for tho nractlco
of my profession at the above mentioned
place, whero 1 hope to receive share ol the
liubllo patronage. All porsous wishing the
very Dni atuuu won wouia fire ma cou.
No. 03 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois',
commission merchant, nnd dealer In hides,
furs, wool and leather. Highest cash prico
paid for nil kinds of old mctnl, copper
bras, rags, nnd paper stock. Liberal ad
vances mndo to responsible shippers.
rnicK list ok kuiis.
Mink from 25c. to $2 00
Coons " 10c. to 45
Dry Flint Hides from ICc.to 1S
Green do 7c. to 0
Otter from $.3 00 to 7 00
Rats " 10o. to 15
Opossum 11 ;....Cc.to 15
Rags " He to 2J
Taper " lo. to ilj
Wrought Iron per lb lo. to 1J
Cast do per 100 lbs, OOo to 1 10
Sheep Pelts each C" to 70
Pianos and Organs. E. & W. Buder
nro tho only ngont that keep pianos and
orgnns in 6tock In Southern Illinois. They
keep different m-ikes, Knabo's, Btuor's
otc. Call and oxnmino tho instruments, as
they aro of tho best in tho country.
Election Notice. Tho annual meet
ing of tho stock-holdors of tho City Na
tional bank for tho election of seven di
rectors will bo hold at the Bank, Tuosday,
January 14, 1873. Polls open from 10
o'clock a.m. to 2 o'clock p.m.
A. B. Savford, Cashier.
Cairo, Deo. 10, 1872. 12.10-td.
C.& V. HACKS.
Mr. J. It. Cunningham's popular ex
press wagons nnd pu9sengor hack will
connect with every outgoing and incom
ing train on tho Cairo and Vincenncs
railroad, convoying to and from tho depot
to or from nny placo in tflu city both pas
scngers und baggage. Orders left nt 85
Commercial avenue, or sent through the
mail, will bo promptly responded to.
Arrives from Mound City ut 7:30 a m
Leaves for Tunnel at 8:00 1 m
Arrives from Tunnel at 7:00 pm
Leaves for Mound City at 7:30 p iu
Hacks will leavo 85 Commercial avenue.
comer of Sixth street, at 7 a Im. and 0
p. in. 13-22tf.
tJuS i ou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A ColTeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar: Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Bo's
threo and one-half libs. Priino
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half por pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Sevonty-uvo Cents per pound
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea
One Dollar per pound, and ov
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
Ckrtarl Xstreb II, 1869.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, OAIBO
A. B. 8 AFFORD, President:
B. S.TAYLOlt, Vice-President;
n. I1YSLOP, Secreury and Treasurer
P. K. BiaciAT, Cm. Oitmaii,
V. H. Stooeflitb, Pact. O. Bean,
R. II. Ccoiiioiiam, a. P. IIauicat,
4. a. ruuun.
DspeslUol assjr AnaasstBMlT4lrSBS
ii mu vpsrauraa.
JSTEKE8T paid on deposit at ths rate ol six
percent, per annum, March lit and Beptrn
r 1st. Intereatnol wlthdrkwn la rutilnd imtnii.
dlateljr to the principal of the depoiite, the rebf
g'TiDK them compound Intereat.
SIARRlKn WOMXM AK1 CHILDBIN MAT
SO THAT HO Oil IUI CAN DliW IT,
Open everr bueineta dr from a.m. lo S p.m..
and Baturday eveninK tor HAV1NO DEPOBITb
oolj, from t to I o'clock.
auuu w. HTSiiUi'. xreaeurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - - 8100,000
W. P. II ALU DAT, President!
UKNKT L. HALUDAY. Vice-Preildsnt
A. H.HAKFOB1), Cuhler;
WALTER UYBLOI", Assistant Cwibier,
Htaats Tatiob, Roiiit II. CcxninoniK,
(ItlllTL.liAU.IDAT, W. P. IlAlllDAT,
Oto. I). Wiujaksou, BTsrusM llias
A. B. BAffOBD.
Emclisssssjc, Coin and Valtod HIsiIm
Bosida Boosjtht smd Hold.
KPOBITH received, and a xenertl tanklnn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Soothing Remedy 1
Pabdass Conml.lom i
forms all dlsrtass ln(
Intsnts and Cblldrsn.
the llawsls, tad fail, alts
ids process 01 Tttinm;.
PobJo. Conml.lom end OTer-1 i-Lir
conns all dlsraass Incident to SeS
Intants and Children .
Cores Warrhnes, rjienls-
mnn rammer lorapiAtat,
Children of all ages.
hia.llonln IS or 20 minutes, gl. V 2a3
II Is the Infanta' and Children's (I rut Fooibir.s;
Itrmsd, In all dlsordsrs Irought on ly teelhlnz or
lis tartlcnlar In catllnr for URS. WHITC05tD'3
EtnUP, and teas nn other.
Prepared by the tltlAnO! MEDICINE CO., SI.
Tinls, tto. gold 1 IlrufgUu and Dealers la
ry EUf.ME ANDILLDQYQUQCatl
hr deeming the blood and arotiilng the llrer and
Sfcrstite erpns to bealtlir action, Dr. Il.nrj'i
lioot and Plant Pills enre many complalnlt which It
wnttld not be a nnpnaed they could rracb, inch ai
Ileadneho, 1'aln Ira tbo Hide. Numb,
ness or tbo Ilnndra nnd Feet, utillnci,
I'tslllnrsjej, ItliciiuinllKiii, Veiirnlcla,
I.ota of Appetite. Illlloiw ISyticntrry,
Kidney Affections), t'onMlpntlon, Do
blllly, Feverie of nil kinds, Iypc:i.
ala, JnnuUlcc, and other kindred comlalnt
arl.lng from n low auto of the Lgdy, ur ubiliuctloo
of In functions.
CIok free from Mercury and other pnlaont they
ran be tiken at nil times and under alt clrcumttan
td, without re itrd to dlot, bu.ineaa or pleasure.
Thar illmn. ilj the trcaknnrd end diilempered
pirtalnto heallhy action, RiTluff them strength to
di.burdsn thsmielres and throw oft the cl.tructlor.i
nhlcb are the tint canst of di.eae, without
proilncltia; clllier nnuarit or irrlplnar.
All heary and drowsy ssmation., which are the
fnre runnera cf direful dlaeaaes .nch a. Apoplexy,
I'.'irnlytlcKtrokr-i.Sx. are erTectully warded
off by it fewdo.es of the.e searrhlmc Mill.
I'u'l dlr-Uoe. arou)4 .Mb tot, la EBS.U&, Ocruao. Frtsck
n I Hp.nlih. rrk.31C.al.stos.
rr-p'rHbyil.. flr.ft.i UKIctn.Cs., SI.Lftuti. V.
vli b llrt.gliu si.4 UUrilb Sled-eU e.irreStrs.
A BOOK FOR THE MILUOhT"
LIJlll JJ I.H.IL J. JJ.V1
' . "f. r,'"0" l"n Blttera accons.
lis todlrcctloa-i, and remain lone unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison or
other means, and Tltsi organs wasted beyond ths
l point of repair.
innl'PiT'-V," 0,!r.,n,,'i?,,,,, Headache. Pal
IM2zinas. Sour Eructations of the Stomach, iia?
Tim? In the Month. Bllloos Attacks, Palpltatlen ol
tho Heart, Inflammation of the Luns, I'alnlnlho
region of the Kidney, and a hnndreil other painful
RTinntOtns. are the ofT-snrlnmi nf ll..nn.i. nnm
I bottle win proTo a better guarantee of Its menu
j than a lengthy advertisement.
r or r emie complaint!, in yonna- or old,
married or alnale, at tho dawn of womanhood, or
he turn of life, these Tonle bitters display to
decided an Influence that Improvement Is aoon
Cor Inflammatory and Chronle.Itheua
matlam and Gout, Bilious, Kemlttent and Inter.
mltteni Fevers, Diseases of the Blood, Liver, Kid
nrjs and madder, these Hitters have no equal.
Such l)Uca.es aro cand by Vluated Blood.
They nrc Rentle Purgative as well ae
a Tanlc, possessing: the merit of actlnir as a
powerful airent In relieving; congestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver and VUrceral organs, and in
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions. Tetter, Salt
Ilhenra, Dlotchea, Spots, Pimples. Puitules, Itolla,
Carbrfnclcs, ning-worms, Scald-IIead, 9oro Eyes,
Erysipelas, Itch, Scurfs. Discoloration of the Skin,
Humors and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or nature, are literally dun np and earned on
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Grateful Thousands proclaim Yinioib Bit
tkos trm most wonderful Invlgorani that ever
sustained the sinking system.
it. ii. Mcdonald co.
Druggist and Uen. Agu., San Pranctaco, CoL,
cor. or Washington anil Charlton Sts., N.T.
BOLD BY ALL DRC0QIST3 A DEALERS.
A Private Counselor to tltennrrlod
or those .bout to Marry, on lbs rhy.lologlcal mys.
Jsrlej and rsvelat loniof the sexual jy.tsm, 111. lha
latsit discoveries In producing aod prsveutlug off
spring, prsservlngthe complexion, Ac,,
-tJ.-l' mn ' Vr"'leo'k of two hr-Ird and
..V.fi T8. 'iw"h,i,",,;rous engravings, and contains
valuatl. Information for thoie who are narrlsd or
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iob.,u,u?h.'rhru..:J k" "J not UM
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F V E RYJO D Y
Trnicn is tub bomt m Acimrct
THE "LIGHT RUNNING" jL- U
prisents a rs-
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the history of
j Agents wanted
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iron SALE.J koJhIiUfok bale
Faro from LtVEitrooL,
Faro from Lo.vucnukuhy
Faro from Oi.ahoow,
Faro from Queks;stown
TO OAII'.O, :::::: t : $ 4 8 2f
rlstlord. Morris A C , ui nt
Liverpool New.Yoik atld Philadelphia
CKDia conratcT with vnitip btatss anp ax up a
For Carrying the Moll.
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
on rcnvuia inroauiiioa
APPLY TO JOIIN O. DALE, Aot.
IS Broadway, New-York, or to
II. II o a p t ,
Wa.hlngtnn Avenue. Cairn. nnm. ji
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anytlilnjr can be." Daily Uet'later, New
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IT IS THE
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No Family cms afford to do without If,
IT GIVES MORE GOOD AND ATTRAC
TIVB READING MATTER FOR THE
MONKY THAN ANY OTHER PE
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DANIKL HUKD, Vreeldenti
KUHKUT. MILuSrl. Vice-President
COLLKOTIONS PROMPTLY UADX.
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TUB LKADI.VO JfKWel'AI'KllS ritONOUXCE
Tho Rest anil Most Ably Edited Amorl
Meals tho Wants nf Every Member of tho
It contallH Tliollxlitlill Articles by our
Allien w rner.
It contains Sketelies of Life ami Adveii
It liai) Serial Stories by our Heat Novelist,
It lias .Short .Stories In Eaeli Number
Tho new department of Scientillc Mlscol
luny appears In each number.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUHSURIHE.
PRICK 35CTS. PER NUMHKIt.
Subscription Price, 1 per year.
DOMESTIC" 8. rW Co., New York.
HE ONLY IlKLIAIlLk OIPT DI8TBIDU
HON IN TIIE OOUNTBY I
Xj . TP . B IN" ' S
To ho drawn Wednesday, January 1st, 1ST.
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLOI
10.COO IN AMERICAN SILVER 1
Ftvo Prizes 1,000 5f f
Ten Prizes COO 5- I
One span of Matcbed Horses, with Family
Can-fugo and Sllver-ilouiited liar
nes, worth 8I,M)0I
Five Hones and UukbIcs. with Silver-
Mourned Harness, worth fGOO each I
Five Flne-toncd Rosewood Pianos, worth
$:00 each 1
25 Family Sewing Machines, - worth
$100 each I
2.S00 Gold and silver Lever Hunting Watch
es (In all,) worth from fciO to $300 each I
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewelry, etc.
Number or girts iW.OOOI Tickets limited
to 100.000 1
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums wdl bo palJ.
Single Tickets t2:SU Tickets 10 j TweWe
Tickets $20; Twcuty-Uve Tickets 10.
CiriuiarnrontaininK lull Mat uf crises, sda.
scrlptlori of the manner ot clrawlns:. and other
information in reference 10 tlie distribution, lll
ho sent to nny one ordering them All Inters
mal be addressed to L. I). bINE, Doz, 80,
uain omit, Cincinnati, O.
UU Wrstnih t. nov.l'. we.'.
MISSOUKI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoai.izfd 11 v Statu Authoritt ahd
Diiaw.v in Pudi.ic in St. Louis.
Grand Sitilo Number Sobeme.
Class M 10 iik DnAwtt Dec, 31, 1872
6.880 Prizes. Aniountini: to $300,000.
wu i'rireaoi f iw
I I'rirr f...
The (! ilaxy will bo sent for tliu year 1S7II
with any onu of tint fiillowlng PerludlcaN
at tbo iiricR named: Willi Haipor's Weekly
nr Harper's llazar, or Applntou'M .loiirmil,
$7; tbo rrgulur jirlco U i&; With Every
Saturday ?8: regular prico 11; With Our
Young Folk ?ri 00 ; regular prico $H ; With
l.ltteli's Living Agu &I11; regular prico $12.
Address SHICI.DON & CO.,
077 llroadwiiy, N. V.
SAVE TIME AND MONEY 1
lly lotting your wants bo known at tbo
O -A. X JEl O
Jlarement No. Tl) Ohio Levee.
11 you want employment, go to tho Office 1
tf you want help of any dcserlptloo, go to
the Ofllce ; If you want to buy or sell any
artlelo, go to the Office ; where you can lears.
who will sell or who wlll buy, or who trill
blre, or who will work. Call la tad leave
your waoU u4 order Now, for "Time It
Tickets flO: Half Tickots, $5: Quartor
Tickots, $3 60.
Our lotteries are chsriered by the Blate, are
slwaya drawn st the lime named, and all draw
ings art- under ths supervision of sworn torn,
ml.tlnnerii. , ,, , , ,
The olUi'laldrawlne wlll.be nnbllahed in the
At, Louis H)rr and a ropy of drawing seat to
tiurchaacrs of llrkelt.
Vewilldrw a similar scheme the last day of
every month during the ysr 1ST!.
'Remit at our rl-k by losmtrlte money order,
rralsterrd letter, draft nr extireas. Hend for cir
!. I), Imx 2W.
MUIllUV, MILLER A CO.,
H. tail's, no.
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY
Legalized by an act of the Legislature.
The moot liberal Lottery over drawn. Only
7,140 tickets and 3,080 prizes.
To bo drawn Dec. 28. 1872, In Covington, Ky.
Ono Capital Prizo ot $25,UUU.
1 rnzo or ....rn.ouo
1 l'rizo of..... 2.1S0
2 1'rlzosol 1,000
'J Prizes ot.... 600
!! Akll Prl7i'. ninniintlii
' ,n. ..... A.rt IUI..... il nn.rt.N e
IH'KUIS, VI-. liano'i ru. t.
Our Lotteries are chartered by the tUte,
and drawn ut tho tlmo named, under the tu
iiervltion of stvorn commissioners.
The drawings will be published In the
New York, Chicago, and Louisville paper.
We will draw a similar scheme the UM
Saturday of every mouth during the ytare
1878 anil 1873.
llemlt at our risk byPott-ofiee Money Or
der, HegUtered Letter. Draft or Ezprttv,
tqrSend far a clreuur.
Addret SJU1-H, UJIXOMI e CO,,
, Bex M7 UTtagtaf TUf.
13 Prizes of.. .260
80 Prizes or... 60
420 I'rlzcs of... 90
2,010 Prizes of... 0