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liwttttllc cch(j) (fttamiixk, Mctastoiji, rtobcr 1872.
FHUM THE GIANTS.
JtXnyiinr'l,Jiicntliiininiit JoIitiioit nt Chirks-
Cl-AKKSVILLi:, TENX., Oct. 11, 1872,
Editors CmtoxiCLu: I will make nu
eI'ort in my way of describing our recep
tion of tho Hon. Horace Mnyunnl to-dny.
Ho wns met at tho denot bv tho Grant and
"Wilson Club Committee, and hundreds of
others thronged around to get sight of tho
distinguished speaker. Tho fluo carriage
of S. 3). W. Brandon was present awaiting
his arrival, ami the colored brass baud, in
a beautiful baud "Wagon, drawn by a pair
of grays, headed tho procession. Tho
stars and stripes waved over tho hand
wagon, and tho band discoursed sweet
strains of music while they marched to
tho Southern Hotel. There ho was met
by many of his old friends, and the beat of
feeling prevailed. Ono hour for refresh
ments. At 11 o'clock, the time set for speaking,
tho Honorablogentleman made his appear
ance and was seated in the enrriago as
before. The band headed the procession,
and hundreds of his constituents fell in
lino in good order and marched to the
place of speaking. Great cheering and en
thusiasm prevailed. Mr. Maynard spoko
lirst. Great cheering by his friends at his
appearance on tho stand, then all was
quiet and tho best of order prevailed. His
speech was the ablest ever delivered in
our city. Ho made a good impression up
on the Democrats, and many will vote for
him on the day of election. The Repub
licans are well organized and very enthu
siastic, and are determined to poll the full
vote on the 5th of November.
"(Jo West. Young 3Ian,"
Nast's caricature of "Whitelaw Reid in
the editorial chair of the Tribune, telling
Greeley to "Go West Young Man," when
the latter applied for his old post as chief
of the Tribune, has been widely appreciat
ed. A correspondent telling of the scenes
in new York on election night, tells this
Vast crowds surged up and down Broad
way, visiting the various newspaper bul
letins, and betraying tho most feverish
anxiety. In front of tho Times oillce stood
a very tall individual, with a most terrific
pair of lungs. Every time a new bulletin
was posted he would call for three cheers
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This unrin.lled Medicine is mrrante 1 not to contain
a single nartlclo of Men.nrv.nr nnv Intttrimia ntnnn I
substance, but is
For FORTY YEARS It has nrnrnd it. btmI 1m In
all diseases ot tho Limn. llowKLsnnil kinvuva. Than.
sondj of tar -' and great In all parts of the country
vouch for its wonderful and peculiar power in purify
ing the IIi.ood, stimulating the torrid Liver and Borr-
XLS, anil imparting new Life and Vigor to the whole
system. SIMMONS' LIVER REGULATOR is ac
knowledged to hare no equal as a
It contains four medical element, nernr itnll.1 In
the tame happy proportion in any other preparation,
rii: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful Tonic, nn unex
ceptionable Altcratlro and a certain Corrective of all
impurities q the body. Such signal success has at
tended its use, that it is now regarded as tho
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
orLtVER Complaint ami tho nslnful oflsnrlnir there
of, to-wit: DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION. Jaun
dice, Bilious attacks, SICK HEADACHE, Colic. De
pression ot Bpirns, Buuit aiu.HAUii, Heart uurn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
Simmons' Liver Regulator
Is manufactured only by
J. It. 7.KII.I.V .V- CO..
SIncoii, ., Hud llillnilcltiln.
Price. SI. CO per nackagoiscnt bv mail, nostarc raid.
$1.25; prepared, ready for use, in bottles, S1.5U.
SOLD BY ALL DRUG GISTS.
SrBewaro of all Counterfeits and Imitations..
For alio lir T. C. TriTVTER nml F. T. Sonf! t- Pn
136 MULBERRY STREET,
NEWARK, N. J
Is now treating successfully
for Grant, and after thev wore civnii. tlipn -i - ... .....
. . '., . f . i i 1 1 uuu uiiuiseasea oi mo mroai anu iiungs, wun nis
cxlcaim, "go west!" in thunder tones, , ,
vviujiuuuu mtuiiuicu lUiuiiauuuSj
Concentrated Food, aud
which were heard blocks away. Of course
roars of laughter always followed. Now
"Go "West" is heard on every hand, and
tho words have became a slang phrase, as
much so a3 "Shoo ily" ever was. Now if
one declines an invitation to imbibe at the
bar, instead of saying "No, I thank you,"
he exclaims, "Go "West, young man !" If
a person conies tearing into tho ferry-house
just as the boat has left, his friends on
board screamout to him, "GoAVest, young
man it ono osks u companion lor a
chew of tho royal weed, and the latter has
none, ho replies, "Go West, young man !"
In short, it is "Go "West" here, "Go "West"
mere, "(.io west" everywnerc.
Who will Tare for Greeley XotV.
WashingtonpSccial to tho New York Times.
A gentleman who arrived hero to-day
from Ohio and Indiana says that the be
lief is very current in those States among
leading Republicans that a remarkable
chance in the course of tho New York
Tribune may soon bo looked for, if not be-
lore tne I'resiuentiai election, itiicn imme
diately afterward. Ono of these reports,
based upon tho statement of a gentleman
who conversed with a Tribune manager
less than two weeks ago, is that upon
Greeley's defeat they will Instantly change
front, throw Greeley and Reid overboard,
and tender the management of tho Tribune
to Hon. Schuyler Colfax, for tho purpose
of savins: the inlluence of their weekly pa
per, the subscriptions to which mobtly ex
pire within the next four months, and
three-fourths of which they will certainly
lose, unless some change like this is made.
Mr. Greeley is known to contemplate re
tiring from journalism, whether elected or
not : anu uponueing conuoieu wun iy a
friend upon the result of Tuesday's dec
tions, is said to have remarked that it
would give him the long sought for oppor
tunity oi completing nis literary labors.
Coining Orcr to "Hiram."
The New York Times of the 16th, says :
A grand ratification. meeting, under the
auspices of tho Independent Democratic
urantuiun or tne Tweitu warti, was held
last night at Harlem Hall, One hundred
anu Twenty-nun street, to indorse the en
tire Renublicau national and State tickets.
Col. F. S. Lambert, a life-long Democrat,
in nn eloquent addrc&s, gave his reasons for
supporting uen. urant anu tuo wuoio lie
publican ticket in preference to tho mon
grel ticket, which carried Horace Greeloy
at its head. He, as well as thousand of
other Democrats, would hIiow thoso men
who had made that base and infamous bar
gain at Baltimore, that they would not
vote for the man who said that all tho con
vlct prisons of the country were filled bv
Democrats. Speeches were also delivered
by Gen. wm. H. Anthon and others.
And Sow For New York.
The well informed "Washington corres
pondent of tho Cincinnati Gazette, writes
about tho situation In New York in tho
following confident terms :
All information that the congressional
committee is now receiving from tho
Northern States is to the effect that, while
me .Democrats and Liberals are talking
boldly in public, tho hone of electlm? Gree
ley Is being generally abandoned. In New
York State indications are nuftleroun of a
desiro on tho part of the Democrats to ex
change Greeley votes for help on their lov
al tickets. "Within two or three days a
nuuiDer oi active politicians from iSew
York city, of both parties, have been in
Washington, and, while Republicans ex
pressed tho utmost confldenco in Grant
carrying me estate, tuo .Democrats ex
pressed tho opinion :
could bo said or Greeley
they were very small.
nity hero have Information that their as
soelates In Now York are now offering to
bet 100 to ?10 that Grant will carry the
Don't fall to ir
mothers i mother s i
ocurc MRS. WINS-
THING SYRUP FOR
This valuaMo preparation has been used with NEV
ER FAILING SUCCESS In Thousands or cases.
It not only relievos tho child from pain, but invigo
rates tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will also
Griping In the Bowels and Wind Colic.
We believe it the BEST and SUREST REMEDY IN
THE WORLD. In nil cues of DYSENTERY AND
DIARRHOEA IN CHILDREN, whother arising from
teething or any other cause.
Full directions for using will accompany each bottle.
None genuine unless the tnc-slmiln of CURTIS A PER
KINS, New York, is on tho outaldo wrapper.
Sold bv all Medicine Dealer. deolftUwlvl
During the past ten veara Dr. Ciirnenter liaa trrntnl
and cured thousands of cases of the ahnrn nnmnl ilia.
eases, and has now in his possession certificates of tures
irom every part ot tne country, ine iiiiiniiitlon
is oreaineu uirectiy into tne lungs, sootning ana heal
ing over all InQamed surfaces, entering info thn hlnn.l.
it imparts vitality as it permeates to every prt of tho
system. ue semaiion is not unpleasant, ana tne Qrst
inhalation often gives very decided rcliel, particularly
wuen lucre is xuuen uiiucuuy ox Dreaming, unucrtno
inlluence of my remedies, the cough soon grows easier,
mo nigni sweats cease, tne ncctic uusa vanishes, and
with improving digestion the patient rapidly gains
rengtn, anu neaun is again witnin nis grasp,
Tim CoiirciitrulcU I'miil ranldlv huiM tin thn
most debilitated patient, presenting to tho stomach
lood all ready tn be assimilated and mad into good,
rich, healthy blood.
-me cougu yrui is to be taKen at night to alio'
vintn thn fmtrrli nn.l annltl. tha n.tiant n nKintn el..n
Full directions accompany each box of my remedies!
One Inhaler ; Ono Bottle of Alterative Inhalant ;
One Bottle of Soothing Febrifuge Inhalant;
One Bottle of Anti-Haemorxhagic Inhal
ant; One Bottle Concentrated Food;
One Bottle of Cough Syrnp.
Price of Box containing' remedies to last one month,
810; two months, 818; tbreo months, $23.
Sent to any address CO. D. Pamphlets containing
large list of patients cured sent free. Letters of inqui
ry must contain one dollar to insure answer. Address,
A. H. CARPENTER, M.D.. Newark, N. J.
Dr. CiJteKXTEtt's CATARRH RKVKPV will rlvn
immediate relief, and will effect a permanent cure in
from ono to three months. Price of remedy to last one
month, to; two months. Si; three months, 10.
Cancer in all it forms succemfnllv treated. Send
fur list of patients cured, to
, A. it. UAlll'lSMEil. 2l,U .Newark, K. J.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
1 Cash Gift $i5,0W
i uununt i,uuu
1 Cash (lift 15.0W
1 Cash Oift..... 111.000
1 Cash (lift 9,000
1 Cash tiilt. ... 8,000
1 Cash (lift........... 7.100
1 Cash (lift (1,000
1 Cash Gift 5.000
1 Cash (lift 4.000
1 Cash Uift :..000
$500,000 IN BANK
TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A FULL DRAWING IN SICHT!
$100,000 For Only $10.
AT the Second Grind Gift Concert, authorized by
special act of the Legislature, In aid ot the Public
Library of Kentucky, unavoidably postponed from
September 2S to December 7. and which positively and
unequivocally occurs In Lcuisville, Ky Saturday,
December 7. 1872, without furtherdelay on any account
wnatever. tne lonuwing uasn unit are tor distribution
by lot among the ticket-holders :
ONE GRAND GIFT. CASH 3100,000
ONE GRAND GIFT 50 00)
4 Cash Gifts J2.000 each
15 Cash Gifts 1,000 each
3) Caih Gifts aw each
tl Cash Gifts... ftjOe&ch
15 Cash Gifts 700 each
35 Cash (lifts WJ each
45CathGiit4 500 each
50 Caih Gifts KM ah
CO Cash (lilts 200oach
100 Cash Gifts 300 each
612 Caih Gift inn rh
TOTAL, 1.000 GIFTS. ALL CASH 8500,000
The money necessary to pay in full all the offered
gum is now upon uepgsu in tne farmers ana uroveri
Rank, as will be teen by the fjllowingoertifieateef th(
FjBMm.visD Dxovxia Bike,
, , , . ... Lohisyilli, Sept. 26, H72,
This is to certify that IlierA ll tin nn lUitnit In thla
bank over half a million of dollars to the credltof the
Gift Concert Fund ?5OO,0OO of which is held by this
bank us Troasurer of the Public Library of Kentucky
to pay oil all guts to be awarded at the drawing.
R.S, VEACII. Cashier.
PRICE OF TICKETS,
Whale tickets. SID? hulvnl. A nnirti.Fi. Vrn, II
whole tickets for 1100; MforS2i5: 50 for t'Wi in for
$1,000: !!55for 2.5J0 j 675 for 5.000, No discount on
lc man siiJ worm ot tickets at a time.
The drawing will positively and unequivocally take
place December 7, Agents aro peremptorily required
to close sales and make returns November 25, in order
to give ample time for the final arrangements. Orders
for tickets or applications for circulars should be ad
dressed to . Got. TIIOS. E, 1JRAMLETTK,
Agett Public Library of Kentucky.
if, lUO ucmwrau ex- pm Kew Turbine Is in
on that tho beat that CgS use throughout the u, S.
:elcy'n chances was that FVT' l! u.ee1.l?y,,no (i,ov;
111. ine uetung irater- d.c. Iu simplicity of c
New Turbine is in general
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On. Ac'la.daa TnWKt, Cil.tm l it J 14 OismanMat..H Y.
MILLIONS Hear Testimony to their
Wsmlerrul Cnt-ntlve Effect.
Thcr ro not a v!Ta Fncy Drink, Made of Toot
.turn, AVhUUoy, Proof Spirit and lie Inn
Liquors doctored, spiced andwetedtople40tlt
tnte.cllcd "Tonlci," "Appetlrars," "Kestorers,"ic,
th-it la.l th9 tipplor 011 to druukennesa and min,bnt are
atnieMfilleioe.nisde from tho Natire Roots and Hcrt
of California, free from all AIcbllc Stlmn
lnnt. Th'y aro tbo OltKAT nl.OOIl PUIII
IMKIlmd A LIFE OIVINR miNCIPI.E.
i pgrfort RcnoTator ajiH Inrliiorator ot tlw Syrtem.
cnrrjlmto all potaonous matter and restoring tlicblood
to a !if .ilthy condition. Ko porson can take tKese Elt.
tor. according to directions and remain long unvrcll.
provided tholr bones aro not destroyed by mineral
noion or other me.inj, and tho Tltal orcmn wasted
liriv.l tho 'olnt ot repair,
Tliry mrn Crntle I'Mlanllvo ns well ni a
Tonic, po.esjIs, nlo, tho peculiar merit of acting
m a Fowcrful agent in rellctlng Cungestion or Inflam
mation of the Liver, and all tho VIscorM Organs.
OR KLM.VLK COMPLAINTS, lnyonngor
old. married orainle, at the dawn of woaaanhood or at
U10 turn ot life, Uievs Tonic Bitten hate no co.ual.
Knr Inflaiiunntory auil Cbronlc Klieniim
iNtti 11ml ISoitt, Dyapepala. or latdlgentioti,
Hllloii', llemiltciit and Intcmiitlcut l'c
vel, niaenac of tin- llloeri, 1.1t.t, Kid
ner anil Itlndiler, thfro nittera hare beonmort
ucceaifol. Such IJUenuro are canted by VI tinted
lllnoil, hlcli Isgtta-ally produced by derangement
of the Dlgetlvr i xnni.
DVSl'KPnIA "it 1NDKJESTION, Ueid
nclie. Pain In the Sboulderi. Coughs, Tigbtne of the
ChMt, Dlzalaeii, Sour ruetationa of tho Stomach,
Had Taito In the Mouth, Uilioui Attacks, l'alpitaHon ol
th4 lleart, IcQanimatiou of the lAcra, Pain In tbo re
gions of the Ridncrs. anl a huodrod other painful sraip
toms. are tha oflsprfogi of Urspepsfa.
Th(r Invigorate the Stomach and stimulate th. torpid
1.1th- and Bowels, which render them ot unequalled
efficacy In cleansing the blood of all Impurities, and Im
partial new life and rigor to the whole system.
I'OR SKIN DISEASES, Eruptions, Tetter, Salt
ltheum. Blotches, Spots, Fimples, Puitiles, Bolls, Car.
luncl.i. JUnc-Wonni. Scald Uea.1. Sore re, Errtip
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time brthe uaeol theso Bitters. One bottle in aech
cues will convince the most lncreduloui of their crura
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever rod find Its Im
parities bursting through tho skin la Pimples, Erup
tions or Sores; cleinso it when jou And It obstructed
anl sluggish In the reins; clcanio It when It is foul,
and your feelings will tellyouwhen. Keep tho blood
pure, and tho health of tbe arstem will follow.
Pin, Tape, and other Worrue, larking In tbe
system of so roaor thousands, are effcctaallr destroyed
and removed. Ears a dlittngutshed plivBloIoaist,
there Is scarcely an Individual upon the face of thn
earth whoso boor Is exempt from the presence of
worms. It Is not upon tho boalthy elements of the
bodrthat worms exist, but tioon the diseased humor
anil slimr.deposlUthat breed these living monsters of
No System of Medicine, no vermifuges, no
Km uea tue system irom worms nae
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