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Lamb stock ol dry goods at 0. Uanny'.
Wood for 11 00 per losd t tbo Uox
factory, 10-6-6 o d-3m.
Frmii oysters received dally nd for
ale by tho whole or half cn at Phil
Large ttock of holtory at 0. Manny's;
Filmehts, almonds, Brazil nuts, prunes
and freshly canned fruits Just recolvod at
Wiley & niiby't. 10-Kdtf
FxATUKiui In largo or imall quantllloi
at very low Inures at II. Levi's hldo
store, on Ohio Levee. 10 18dlf
Block itamplng dono at tho Orovcr
& Baker tewing machine rooms, Wash
Ington avenue. Postofllco addrow,
II. F. GoODYKAR,
10-12-lm. box COO, Cairo, Ilia. .
Fon IUst, a two-story Imslnoss house
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth itreoti. It it well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding houio
Apply to John Heoahty, Jo. hu, umo
Merchants, clcrkt.or any othort who
with to wear flno boott cithor calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leathor of tho very latest
ttylc, go to Wm Ehlor't, on Twentieth
street. 10 10tr.
C. Uanny, largo stock of woolens.
Mr. J no. Hafelx, proprietor of the
Central Meat Market located on Washing'
ton avenue 4th door bolow Tenth street
Keeps the very best of meat always on
hand, and will deliver It in any quantity
from one to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of tbo city frco of charge
Dr. McOaiie's great aguo euro or com
pound extract of Liriodcndron it purely
vegetablo and will never harm tho most
delicate constitution. It it well adapted
to all ages and coxes and not only curct
tho most severe attacks of chills and fevor,
but tones up tho system to such a degree,
that a relapse rarely, if over, will take
To ant of our friondt who desire
first-class nrticlo in the lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
and in any stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm ihlor's before going
oltcwhcre. 10 19tf
Lakoe ttock of dross goods at C.
.d In- I Vn. Frank llacfela has oponod a moat
ulll0rJ : market on Washington avenue noxt door
5 .8n i T.inn-' nrni-Brv ulnro. hntwoon Tenth
- nop-1 v.-
pruts, ana r.ievenm sirccia, 10 wuiuu no iuhwj
I. ana the attention of tho public, xno best or
S vac- me.t5 0f Hn kinds koDt constantl v on bond
Q HQ. -
, , i and delivered to any part of tho city.
ttnent, J Market open rooming and ovoning every
'd ever i dav. 10-1-tf.
F'se or ; . .
lulling I Louis Ulatteau, whom ovoryoooy
eport : , knows, and who it tbo friend or evory
U may tj t now fujy Stalled in his now
tjiartrU qUartcr8 on Eighth street, between Com-
domlc tncrcial and "Washington avenuet. lie of-
sidera- ( fers to the public tho best St. Louis bcor
irauo the choicest brands or wino and tbe purest
- wilt ' . . ... .... . .
. liquors to be lound in tbo city, and Dopes
Ifforci- i that these, civil treatment and a cordial
might reception, will insure to him a gonerout
; lite is tbaro of public patronage Como and
lent on eeo Louis in his now homo. II o hat a wel-
lb pur- como 'or everybody, and for you, reader,
li raise i a cordial one,
Laroe ttock of prints at C. Ilanny's.
MISSISSIPPI CENTRAL RAILROAD
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposal! will bo recoived at tho
engineer's office in Jackson Tenncssoo un
til Novomber 1st, ISTJ, for about three
hundred thousand cross ties, said ties
igrecd ,nu't bo seven by eight inches and nine
i utter - feet long.
The company reaorvo tbe right to re
ject any or all bids.
S. B. Reed,
10-17d2w Chief Engineer.
Tue Cuaktek Oak. Wo hazard noth-
'at tho , ing, we think, in laying that, all in all, it
'Stuvor. hat no equal. Its size, ttt shape, affording
alarm- the greatest convenience, and itt numer
ty tho out and durablo vessels, untitlo it to tbe
more 1 preference over any ttovo of which wo
fair a I liavo any knowledge. 10-27dfcwlt
ground ' 'l'wo American Misses. Mist Issippl
Fmiglit J and Mist Ouri, aro disfigured a good deal
by the snags in their mouths. In order
I that all othor misses may avoid tbo like
( I blemishes, tbey are advised to uso tbo
'e Hth l""101" Sozodont. which will prevent and
uuviam ati eucu uiuicumes.
tlth be, TllE Latest Swindle. Certain sancti
by not Hionious charultans would fain persuade
whose. ' tUu world that dllTusivo stimulants have
lies or uo medicinal vuluu. and that detestublo
wards 6lol'i composed of griping acids and drastic
board, , purgatives, aro bettor tonics than the finest
(nated, vegetable ingredients combined with tbe
accin-1 purt and mellowest products of the still.
color I uul torl 01 ""''B won t go down. Tho
n vac- our common sense rejects it, as
it who lU0 puyicai ttomacu of every man with
(0 vac- ' """ciJ'u'uu puium rejects, whij loawi-
nig and abiiorreuce, the nauseous ubotiii
nations, "frco from alcohol," which hum
bugs aro trying to thrust down the throat!
of tetnperatico invalids under tho pre
tense that tho filth will do them good V It
is not likely that while Plantation Bittert,
tho standard tonic of America, it any
wliero accessible, such sickening frauds can
mako much headway, but it is as well to
put the public on their guard against
Masks and Faces. Ladies who mask
their faces and necks with enamels en
danger their health to no purpose. The
Claster work deceives nobody. Thoro ii
ut ono articlo known which restores a
blomishod complexion or creates oxternal
brilliancy and bloom whero they have
never heretofore exiited, and that article
is Hagan't Magnolia Halm. It performs
this toilet miraclo by infuilng vitality into
tho skin, Tbe floral and herbal juices of
which it is composed gently stimulus the
circulation In tbe niinuto blood vetteh,
and brace tbo network of nerves through
which thev nasi. Thus quickeued and
atroniFthoned the external coverini: soon
acoulrts a fresb and healthful hue, and
ry trace Ol saiiownesa uiiajiuoan, a uu
. .i j i mi .
eeks derive iroro me ueamuying
this delightful cosmetic a
toe arms, nanoa ana
which tbe charlatans,
es "Deauiuui ior-
us cement, can
Mr. Oio. SrxtHHOtrsB, barber and hair
dr ester, corner of Klghth street and Com
mercial avonu,deslrei to call the attention
of tbe bearded community to bit noatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he It mas
ter of his profettton in all its branches.
lie hat bearded many a lion In tali den, and
calls for moro. tf.
Wanted. Two thousand men at good
pay, and Ave hundred teams at f4 CO to
$5 per day, to go to Marshall, Texas, to
work on the Texas and Pacific railroad
Board $3 60 to $4 60 por week. Teams
and men will bo transported to Vicktburg,
(from whero they can drive to Freeport,)
as follows; Horses, 1; mules, $6; wag
ons,!?; men on deck, $3. For transpor
tation and othor Information apply to
M. Burns, Agent,
Mechanics' boarding house,
Cor. Third St. & Commercial Av.
1'ihl Saup, determined to be tho first in
tho field with the holiday confectionery,
bat jutt brought to this city tho fltcst lot
of French candies and sweetmeats over
opened in this market, and will thow hit
customeri many new varieties of
bon bons. Ho invites the public to
call and inspect hit elegant collection of
mixed candies, which may bo scon in the
thow cate, and which cannot fall to please
the palatet of all candy-loving people, lit
tle and big. Saup it ablo to tell theto con
fection! at the very lowest pricet, whole
sale and retail, and invitos the public to
call and ceo them at onco. 1 0-203 1-
C. Hanny, largest stock of Blankets.
Mrs. Anna Lano, Eighth stroet be
tween Commercial and Washington avo
nues, has ust received a largo and varied
stockjof fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handsome assort
ment of ladies' and children's underwear,
tomething now in thit market. Her
woolen drawers and leggint combined aro
also something new and tbe most comfort
able thing for children in cold weathor
ever devited. Mrs. Lang alto bat a woll
telected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowert, and notiont of all torts, all
of which will be told at cheap at can bo
lound eisownero in tnit market.
Gold breattpin with fringed pendantt.
Finder will be rewarded by returning to
d3t Lorctto Acadomy.
A woman to cook and iron. Wagot,
$16 per month. Apply at Tux Bul
Two Tailors, one coat makor and one
pants maker. Only tbo host workmen
need apply. Jacob Leuninq.
24 3t No. 16, Ohio Levee.
Call and see tbe largo ttock ot dry
goodt at C. Hanny's.
100 tracklayers and toction men on the
Cairo and Vlnconnos railroad. Steady
employment, and good wages to good men.
Apply to Chab. O. Wood,
or tho foreman on tho works near Mound
Immediately 600 hands to work on the
C. A. & T. R. R. Good ttation work at
from 18 to 26 cents per yard. Waget
$2.00 and 2.25 per day.
H. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Tio contractors and tio men on the C. A.
& T. R. R. at 25 cts per tie Apply to
J, H. Bxthunx,
10.10-Imo. Charleston Mo.
AUCTION SALE OF CAIRO LOTS
Tbero will bo sold, at public auction, on
the premises, corner of Codar and Eigh
teenth streets, on Monday, October 28tb,
at 2 o'clock,
eighteen desirablx building lots.
To persons desiring cheap homes in tbo
central portion of the city this is the best
opportunity yet offered to get property at
their own price ; it it only about three
squares from thc-cutto'm house. Title per
Received daily by expreti at Winter's
grocery in "Winter's block, tho following
goods kopt in ico: Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
the can at 60c to families, warranted
good; also New York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and other game ; celory and fresh
Ohio butter, alwsys on hand ; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced bam, &c, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will be sold at a fair living profit.
THE HIDE AND FUK TRADE.
Bolow will ho found tho corrected lilt
of prices by II. Levi for hidos, tallow,
feathors, etc. II. Levi does a very large
trade in his lino, and it is a well known
fact that he always pays the highest prices
to bo obtained in this market, lie is pay
Hides, dry flint lb 10 to 17c
Hides, green salted lb BtoOJo
Deer skins $ lb , 20 to 21c
Tallow $1 lb s toCc
Feathers $ lb 35 to 05c
OYBTE1WI OYSTERS I
At wholesale and retail, stowed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on tbe balf-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in ovary style at all
hours day and night. Henry Myer pre
sides over tho culinary department. As
a caterer he has no equal, and Harry's
customers can always be assured of a
warm meal at any hour of tbo day or
night, that will meet the requirements
and please tho taste of the most fastidi
EIOHHOPF FURNITURE FACTORY
m. Eichhoff has purchased the inter-
brothers in the above establish-
. and ii now prosecuting tbe
tnufacturlng business with
Our Home Advertisers.
TO TUB PTJBEIO.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
of all kinds and dctirous that our cus
tomers should know we arc determined
to carryiout our promises of cheap printing
wo feel It our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMEU PRICES
believing that a steady increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience In business ana
together with our advantages in tho
purchase and selection of stock, our
customers may resi nssurru ire win iry
to merit a continuance ol their very liberal
patronage, wo inviioyour aiienuon io uiu
Ibllowing revised list of
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on cood 14 lb tiancr. ncatlv executed ac
cording to size perM ft IiOtofl ftO. For other
qualities add tbe difference in the cost of the
on 14 lb nancr. Flat Can or same nualltv of
Kollo Post, per M $4 OutoO 00; per one-half
.Ufl Wldil Ml.
per M 5 OOtoT 00, according to size and
quality of paper; per one-half M $.1 OOtot 00.
on ordinary size per M 94 00to5 M, accord
ing to style and quality. Commercial per M
per M, according to size and weight, $5 OOto
i 00; per one-half M, according to size and
wcigui, ?J WWi uu.
per M $3 00to4 00, according to order.
furnished retail at wholesale prices. Charge
ior priming, f i wwi w per Ji.
ol every stzo and quality furnished at whole
sale prices and printed at the very lowest
of every description made from pood llristol
Hoard at the unusually low rate of $2 00tor 00
per M, accorditg to size and style.
POSTB IR, S
lull sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth Ishcct at from $.'1 00 to
20 00 per SI.
Iiy a careful examination ol the abovo list
our patrons will find that our
PRICES AEB LOWEE
than those ot any establishment ot the kind
in St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
Husincss men will find the Huu.etin the
best advertising medium in Southern Illi
nois. OTJK WEEKLY
(sheet 20x40, 8 columns) Is furnished to sub-
icnocrs at tnc low rate or
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list In
Southern Illinois. Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever bclorc published In
Cairo, anl new clubs are coming in ever'
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
A place whero you can buy as much for
OUST IE DOLLAR
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undenigned would rcipoctfully in
form tbo public that they have fitted their
new storo house on Eighth street with tbo
finest and best assorted stock of
goneral merchandise over before brought
to this market, and in order
to secure a largo portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE ARE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTHER EST A B-
LISUMENT IN THE VIOIN1TY.
Our stock is cntiroly now, and
bought expressly for tho coming fall and
winter trade of this locality, and consists
of Ladios, Gents and Children's
BOOTS &c SHOES,
HATS 5c CAPS.
And all other articles to be found iu a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call cspocial attention to our largo
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department is completo in
all IU details. Our stock of
is tho largest in the city, and wo aro en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlemens' Clothing, Routs and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
we are fully prepared to moot all de
mands at prices dofying competition. As
it is to the interest of every one to buy
whero goods are cheapest and best
we cordially Invito tho public
to call and examine our stock boforo pur
Our establishment Is locatod on the ct
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenuos,
Blum & Amson.
CAIRO CITY COAL
VCur Homo Advertisers.
State ot Illinois, Alexander county, ss. At-
oxanucr uounty uircuu . uoiiri. nam
ucl Stoat Taylor and Kdwln Parsons,
trustees of tho Cairo city property vs. Eliz
abeth Costcllo and P. Cotello, her hus
band. Bill to enforco vendor's Hen.
Public notlco Is hereby given that In pur
suance of a decrco entered In tho abovo
entitled cause In said court at the July term,
A. D. 1873, I, John (J. llarinnn. master in
chancery ol said court, will on tho 10th day
of November, A. D. 1872, at 2 o'clock p. m. of
said day, sell at public auction to tho high
est bidder for cash, at tho front door of tho
courHiotiso In tho city of Cairo, In said
county, tho following described real estate,
to-wlt:Lot numbered tlilrty-nlno (;i!) In
block numbered twenty-one (21) In the ilrt
addition to the city of Calm, In thn county of
Alexander and Mate ol Illinois s the kiiiiu
Is designated on tbo recorded map or plat of
said first addition to the city ol Cairo, to
gether with all and singular the tenements
and hereditaments thereunto belonging. A
proper deed will be executed to the pur
chaser on the day ol snlo.
JOHN O. IlAlt.MAN,
Matter In Chancery.
Cairo, Oct. 28th, 1872. 10-23-w4t
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by an act of tlie Legislature.
Tho most liberal Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,140 tickets and 3,0i0 prizes
To be drawn Nov.IK), 1872, in Covington, Ky.
One Capital Prize of 825,000.
1 1'rlzo of. .
1 Prize or...
2 Prizes of...
2 Prizes ot...
13 Prizcof. .f2.V)
:M) Prizes of .. ()
420 Prizes of... 20
2,010 Prizes of... 0
3,080 Prizes, amounting to $01,200
Tickets, $12. Halves, $0. (Quarters, $3.
Our Lotteries nro chartered by the state,
and drawn nt thn time named, under the su
pervision of sworn eoiiiniis-ioncrs.
The drawings will lie publMicd in the
New York, Chicago, and Loulsllle papers.
Wc will draw a similar selieine the lat
Saturday of every month during the years
1872 and 1873.
Kcinlt at our risk by Pot.oillco Money Or
der. Registered Letter. Draft or Kxprcss.
KSTtjend for a circular.
Address SMITH. .SIMMONS .t CO.. I
llo.v 827 Co Ington, Ky
Z. I. MATIIUSS.,
K. 0 .UI1L
MATIIUSS & UUL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E It C HANTS
1AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
n. ni oiiio i,i:vi:k.
From now until the first of January wc
of not less than six quires each at the follow-
ltifc' low rates :
Weston, bet quality, six quires and
Ulivvnnl. Illissla end nml baliils. size
of page llJxlS Inches, per quire $1 'J.'i
The price per quire ot same books
in at. i.ouis, at the clicapcl manu
facturing establishment in that eitv,
Is $1 M
ID 3H IMI "Y.
Six quires and upward, page 10J10,
per quire Si 00
Price per quire of same In St. Louis is.. $1 '.!.'
JEl O IT L,
Six quires and upward, page 12x10,
per quire Si W)
Price per quite Iu St. Louis of same is. $1 70
Six quires ami upward, page 11x20,
per quire S2 00
Prico per quire in St. Louis 2 M)
Other Rooks proportionately cheap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
warranted of the best quality.
Music, Magazines and that elas of books
wo will bind In Genuine. Morocco in tlio very
best style, Cloth or Paper, at 75 cents to i'l
per Volume. Price of same 111 St. Louis in
Si oo to si ro.
A COMPARISON OF OUIl PRICES WITH
will at once show tho advantage of patron
izing thr llullctln lllndcrv.
tf. JOHN H. OllEltLY, Proprietor.
W. W. THORNTON'S,
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TKNTU HTUKKT,
Doors, Haali. Ulluda, MonldlnitH,
Eave Uattcra, (wood) Window and Itoor
Vraaiea, flooring, Lath,
NhlsiKlea, tilnaed Niub, Glased Hide
Lights, Glased Trnusoius,
Haab Weights, Nash l'ulllvs and Cords
Blind rastenlug, Hoollug
fell, UooHog Cement, Plastering
t'aper, Varpet Veil, White
Lead, Unssd Oil, Amerleau Window
Glass, English audFreucu
Plate Glass, Putty, G'aaler's Poiuls
Hewer pipes, Patent Chimneys
Etc., Ktc, Kle.
A OKNTH lor Rock Hlver l'arer Company
Hhealhlng Ktilt ami Quarts Cemont
U. W John's IcnproTDil Hoofing Rlwsys on
PARKER 4 BLAKl
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Putly, llenalne, Gasoline,
It will pay
to tjo to Nt.ti.Otll9
H. D. MANN 6c CO.,
421 N. FotlllTH S tlK T,
NT, I.OUIS, .MISNUtltll.
Wo rail nttentlon to the bargains wo now
offer to all In want ot
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
lllack Alpaca", M cents; lut what other
homes ask 7 cents for, alllllnck (loods in
Wamutta 4-1 llleachcd Cotton", 17 cents.
HUN 4-4 " " 14 "
Fruit ol tho Loom 4-4 " 1 "
And all other COTTONS In same propor
tion. llcauttnil All Wool Plaids, 50 cents.
All Wool Knmrcss Cloth. f0 cents ; all colors.
Th se goods aro worth 7I eelits.
Fine French Merino", 91.00; cannot be
bought elsewhere for 1c than 81.2.1 and
Pure l.liirn Hem Stitched Hnndcrehlcs,
9l.no and $.1.00 per dozen.
Napkin", nil Mneli, $1.M per dozen, and nil
prices lip to $20 per dozen.
Table l.lncii, Flannels Cnlnirres, for
Men and Hoys wear, Holerv, Laces, Km
broideries, .ShnwK fearf", Cloak". Illnnkcls,
and Ladles underwear, at all prices to cor
respond with the 1on prices. Our aim is
to liulld up n lai-fff l)ii-liic by dealing hon
orably with all, selling good goods at low
prices. Wo keep no unction goods or trah
of any kind, and nnv article, ordered from us
not proving satisfactory can bo returned at
oiire.viM'iisoand the money will lierelnmleil.
We have but
for all, and guarantee that to be a low one.
Semi for samples of any good", If not able to
call, and we will einl tlielii cliccrfllllv.
H. I). MANNA-CO..'
10-17dA:wllii. St. Louis, Mo.
KItSONAL. TU'KNOK .t CO.. the'
celebrate,! Clothier,, utmolllice tin- III- I
lrn.hl..ll..M ,.f ,. .d.,,. ,.1- .,r.l..rh.. ..tnll.. I
......................... . ... .,.
IliK hv letter, to ulilcli they call your ,
esliccinl ntti'iitlon. Thev will, on in
plication, oiul yoiithcli'lmproYfii nnd I
iicciimte rule for Sclt-Men-ureinciil,
lllii-trated Circular mid Trice Ll-t, i
with n lull Hue or samples from their
itiiiiii'ii-e stock of Cloth, ('a-lineri'i,
tVc, itc.. thus eiiablliij,' partiet in any
part of the country to order clotlilm;
direct from llielr hou-e, with the cer
tainty ol receiving garment of the
very late-t style and mot perfect lit
(iooili ordered will bo sent by ex
pre to be paid lor on ilelhery, with '
the uniier-tatiilitig that it not satMac
tory.llieyeaiibe returned at Tleknor's I
Ax I- well known throughout the
South anil M'cM, thev have for seven
teen years KXCLLLl'.I) In all depart
ment of their buslne-i, which I- a
guarantee as to the character ol the
good tbey send out.
Your orders are solicited mid when
in St. Louis, you are Invited to call at .
the ex eii-lve etabllliiiieiit of Tlck-
nor ,v Co., manufacturer nnd rctullcr
of men and bov Clothing and l'lirui-h-ing
(Jooils Oil nml m North Fourth
street. SI. Louis Mo. ltoy clothing a
G It A X I) C K X T I! A L
Pino street, between Fourth and l'ilth Sts., ,
ST. LOUIS, containing l.VI rooni-; having .
lately added Minorc rooms, i now prepared I
to oiler to the tra- ellng public the be-t ac- 1
eoinuiodatlon-. Hooin-, 7."i cts. to SI per
ilay. All meal'. - eelit eacli,
THE NBW YOKK
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AND ALL TRUE DEMOCRATS.
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William Cllllun Ilryant and Parke Godwin,
alsteil bv the strongest talent that can be
engaged, lias for more than half a century
maintained the same principles of Freedom
and Progress, through all changes of parties
It stand for Equal Rights; Tor tho I)ltrl
billion of Power: for tho security of the glo
rious results of Emancipation nml Enfran
chisement won by thu war; and lor all
It Is oppo-ed to Injustice ami spoliation
dlgulseil uinlcr the name of protection;
and to all orrupt party combination which
sacrlllce principle to mere success.
It will support Grant and Wilson because
It believes tliat under them the government
will hit more stable, ami the ehanee for
progress and reform more certain, than un
der any alliance ol incompatible elements.
The Evening Post Is equal to any other
as a newspaper, and Is completo In its Pollt
leal, It. Literary, Its Srlentitle, It Agricul
tural, and Its Commercial Departments.
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Address WM. O.TJrYANT fc CO.,
New 1 ork.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION!
A Private Counselor to thoTf nrrleil
or Ihoie sbout to Urr.r, on I In I'lijrulologlcnl nir
ttrlct and rorslatloni or tlia sexual jj-.lsm, vr lib iu
uteit dltcortrlti In producliig nd ptBTentlug off
prlng, prssertlnit I ho rompltxlon, Ac,,
v Thl linl 'irettlns ork of two han1r4 and
(Ixljr rngca, with numerout cngratlDgs, and contilnt
valuable Information for tboio who aro married or
contemplate marrlago) stilt It li n book that ought
to bo nnder lock and key and not laid carelei.lv
about the house,
Dr. Iiftu- lAtrnntj, No. li X Kltui Htrwi, BuU.ii,i;
'JWKM TO tUl iWlKIED Airs UlirOSItJlUTS.
CT Berore arMjIni lo lb citorloua yo.rii ho dr. rim In
ToMIe rr", or ntn( anj Ou.ck llrunll'i, M-rtut Dr. Bulu'
wwt.M nailer hal jwirtflnaMlt or how dfilor.tu roor
eonrliuoa. Da. Umi niM coniullej, Mnooallr or bj mill.
riihla Btrecl, Utrecu tltrkti ao 1 Chnoui, HI. Louli. Me.
IJIU JJ ...1LJ.JJ.IJ
So Ptraoii can take these nitfrrs accord.
Ingloillrcctlonsfnnd remain lonK unwell, tiroildcd
Ihilr hones ate not lclrnyc. 1 jr mineral pol'on or
oilier mcam, and vital organs wostcil bcrond tho
point of repair.
Ilyapppaln nr IinllKallnn( Headache, Pals
in tho Miouldcrs, Counln, Tishtnoi of tlio Cheat,
lilzzlneaa. Sour i:ructalluni of the Stomach, Hai
Taato In the Month, llllious Attacks, 1'alnltalloti ol
tho Heart. Inflammation of tho I.uni;. I'.ilii In tlio
region of tho Khlncja, and a hundred other painful '
sTmntoma, are tho otl-sprlnits of Djspcpala. one
bottle will tirovc a better Riiarantco of Its merits
than n lengthy ndvcrtlcmut. 1
For l'cinnlf C'oiiiilalnta, In Tonng or old,
married orainnlc, ntthu lanu of womanhood, ot
tho turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display no
decided an Influence that Improvement is soon
For Inllniiiiiintory nnil Chronic Ilhen
'''"'" ?.nJ ."'.""'"t Iti"llt?nt. n'' ".'!rr-
LU'CUA "'iV?. . ? " !. ."ir, hl'j'
nrJ.B Bnll a,,Cri mcso iJiucn nave no equal,
auch I)l.eaies aro caused by Vitiated HIoo.1.
Tlirynre iiKrntle Purgative nt well ns
Tonic. M4Hssinit tno meril or actlnir (is a
powerful agent tn rcUcvluu ('oneestlon or Innam.
tnatlon of the Liver an'l VbTerat Organs, anil In
For siklu Dlirnsci. Hrnptlons Tetter, Salt
nii'om. Illotchcs, .Smiu, rimples. rnstulen, llolln.
Carbuncles, ItlnK-uorms, acalil-IIe.nl, Sore Kves,
Errslpelas, Itch, Scurfs, Decolorations of the ftln,
Humors anil Diseases of the Bkln of whatever name
or nature, arc literally itui; up ami c.irrtM out
of the sistctu In a short time by the use of these
Ornteftil Tlioiumnls proclaim VisiOiB BrT
teiis the most wonOcrful Invlgorant that ever
sustained the sinking svstem.
IC. II. JIcIMI.'SJAI.D 4l CO,
Druggists and Ma. Asm., Man Francisco, Cal., &
cor. of Washington and Charlton bis.. N.V.
B0U UV ALL DUftidlbTtJ 4 DEALERS.
Ai an Invlgorntor, Liver Corrector
nml Illocil Bono valor li lajxrtor to U tl.e
liUters, rilxlrs. Cordials nnd Harsn
inrlllns In ii'e. It li o adiptej to tha srhols
iitctn tbat crcrj orciD anil fasctlon In tha todjr ii
bruoght under Iti ntllaratlnc InBaenca. It eirei
tono nnd strcns;th to tho digraltvo np
Iirvrutni, dispels Irintrnor nnd dcblltt y,
Invigorntca tlio Liver, regulntca tlio
Illdiieys nnd IlnncN, remoret lb rffect of
cscu or orertaiatlon of an LI11J and give, vi
tality nnd richness to tlio lilooil.
Its curatlra povtri allfr and computet reorcan.
Irs tho cntlro mail of flaldi an leren the eolMi of
lho Imtran jitem, therel prtTentlng andcurfns
Dj'H'ieiitlo mid C'onMiinptlvo Nymn
v'miis, I'over nnd Ague, Bilious ISIhi-iis-cs,
Fevers of all liliuls.Nervou Debil
ity, AfTcrtions of the Ntnmnrh nnd
Ilovvela, etc. Ai a mill and delightful Intlgo
rant for dellcato femalti, Itl.a! tiouirlor.
11 Hi tue new Ufa and rigor Ii Riven to Loth !od
nnd mind, sanding a glow of vitality through aver
part, which Ii pormnncnt nnd in tin p.
It is tho rnoit efT.ctual remrd (or tha relief ol
hurann mlTerlDg ever itlicovered, and ai tIewant to
thu tats u old r) or flno wlno.
x WE CHALLCNGE x
x WORLD X
T iroluce a mora dellcloui medlcina tn take, et)
"otent for tho . retention and euro of dliriwi., as
:. zzvzrz tzziz'z s:i::: iss bl::s irsinsx
l'rlie 81, or O ltottlrw for ft.",.
1'rejared l.jr tho draft Medlclnn Co., FT. I.0C1S,
Vn. Soil ly Ilrufjlit, and denier. In tucdJclnjt
ir lr. Hrnry's World's Tonic and
It Is thegrent household remedy, pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and euro of
illsrnses. It is better than Hitters, Cordial,
IltK'hu or 8arsaparllla. Sold by Druggist
Ir. ITenry's Iloot nnd Plnnt PUN.
Mllil yet thorough no nausea orgTlplng n
.Irely vegetable grcit liver remedy. Trice 15
:ents . Bold by Druggists .
Mrs. Will t ci nib's Nyrnp.
The gTeat soothing remedy. Price only 25
;ents. Gives rest to the mother and health to
thu child Bold by Druggists .
Mnrrliigo C3 utile.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Tages,
Pi Ico 60 cents. Address Da. linns' Disnta
liRT, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Ma
'fin Th COl-! "rdnyl Alieiits unte.
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p.e, either fs, young or old, niske num. money
at work fir lis in their apart) Momenta nr all, the
tune, Ilian at ati ttung elm. I'.u ticnl.'.ra frtn.
Address O, rJtliisoni Co., I'ortlanil, Jlnine.
The Mastkh Si'iuitsopthk AVoulu,
The TnKASinti: Housi: or Amkihca.
TI1K OKKAT 1I00K OF TI1K. VKAll.
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In a lew hours or days. Piiosi'hchjh Fukk.
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over tie old rcllntilu ami jiOiular Misaouai I'i.
cinu ltiuuoiii, which Is p.nltlvely tho only line
running threoilnily express Iralns from Ht. I.uiil.
to Kansas Cliy anil th west I nml is positively
the only lino which runs I'liUuim palao sleepi-rs
iui'1 llnn ilny toiiciier, etpecially for motor,
equip)!) vtllli llller' satny plstfonn, and the
t.atent sleain brake.. Iroin Ht. Louia to Kansiis
City, H. rtcott, Uwrence, I.ravciiwiuth, Atohl.
sou, HI. Joseph, Nehrasku City, Council ItluIN
an.' Omatm without changol Kor Informntlon In
regard to lime tables, lates. Ao to any point In
.Missouri, Itebraska. Kansiis.ColniwIo, Texaa.ami
Unllornla, call noon or whlrnsaH. H.Thnmiison,
Agent, Mlsiourl Piieithi It. It, Columbus. Ohio t 01
Mo '"r ''""""'Kor Agfat, Ht. bonis,
No trouble toanawcrcorrcsponilencf.
Successor to 11, S. llarrcU.
a. v mm.
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MlSSOUltl STATK, LOTTUllY.
LkOAMZKI) 1IY HTATK AUTIIOItlTV AND
OllAWN IN 1'UIILIO IN St. Louis.
Grnml Hiiif;lo lNumbor h'chomo.
Class K, ro lie Dkawn Oct. 31, 187U.
0,860 Prizes, Amounting to 300,000.
1 i'ritonf. tri,i)
Tickets, $5: Quarter
Tickets. S2 CO.
Our lotteries: arn chnrierril hjr tho Elate, arn
slwnjs Hrnwn t thn tlmo named, and nil draw
Ing" are under tho supervision of sworn com-
Tho olllnlnl drawing will I published In Iho
St, Uiuhpsperaand a copy eut lo purchasers
We will drsw ailiiillar scliemthe tail day of
ei ty tnnnlli ilurlng the ) i-nr 1S7S.
Keinliiil our ri-k by posinfflco money ordar,
'g'stereil letler, dmfl or express. Hend fur cir
e...r. Addres, MUltllA V, MIM.Kll A Co.,
1'. O. Ih.z 2111. at. Louis, Mo.
; LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
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A I't IL DltAWI.Ntl IN fr'HillT.
$100,000 KOK ONLY S10.
At the eeotiil (irand (iltt ("oncert author
ized by special act of tin- legisliilure, In aid
nfllie I'. iblle Library ut Kentucky, tiu.iv. old
ably pos'iniii'i lioin September 2d tn He
celnbcr", nml ivhleli po-itlvelv and inieiiulv
ocallv occurs in Liiiii-villc, Ky. December
7, ti, without further delay on any account
whatever, the I'olliivvin cn-h gilt- are lor
dl'trlbiiiloti by lot ninotig ticket holilors
ONi: (IIIANIMIHT. CA.-ll, ... $100,009
om: (iiianii oirr
1 1 xti (..a .
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14 'oli(iifu. l.usita'h
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TIid money neee-aiy to p.iv In lull all II e
nlleri'd glfs t now upon ilepo-it In l.ie
Fanner' and I hover 11 ink, will bo -itll
by the following certlllcate or the rS'hler:
F.uimkus' ami IMtovr.r' IU.sk, I
Louisvii.i.k, Ky..;epl. 20, lt-72.
Till- Is to certify that there I now on ite
1 -lt In thl bank over a half a million ol
dollar to the eredi ol tin- Gill Con eit
Fund, a:).m irvvblch Is hebl by thl bins
asTrra-tl it of tin1 Public Library of iveti
tuekv to pay nil' nil k'ill- lo be avvurileilallbii
II. . VEACH, Cashier.
i-itifK or iii'Kins..
Wlf! tickets. Slu; halve, j.'.; qtiutirs
H2.UK 11 whole ticket rorillwfJM lor $22..;
Ui fi r jTrfslj Hit for St.issj; 22.") lor ii.U- .'h'i
lor i k . Nn ili-coiiiit on le- tiianlo
worth i rtt.-l.i t at a time.
'Il-c drawing will po-ltlvilv ami unequiv
ocal'' take place lleccmber"". Agent are
peri inptorllly reiiilreil to elo-e sales and
makr return Oect lilber 2.'i, ill order Jo give
ample lime lor the lltial arningeuieiit. Or
iler lor llckel or applications for circular,
should lie aildri ed to
GOV. TIIO-v E. HIIAMLETTE,
Agent, iv'i'iiturkv Public Llbrarv, PuM u
Liiir.iry litillilltig. Lotilville. Ky.
HATCH KLOlt'S I1AIU l)V K.
This superb hair dye Is the bi-t In the
world perfectly hannle. reliable and In-staiitaneoii-.
.Nocllatiiolntineiit. The gen
uine W. A. Ilatelielor's Hair Dye produce
Immediately aiiatiiralbl.ickorbrovvii. Does;
not stain the skin but leaves thu hair cleans
soft and beautiful. The oulv safe and per
fect hair dye. Sold bv all drttggl-K Fac
tory, 111 ltond street, .S'. Y.
Happy relief to young men from the elfects
of errors and ahufs In early life. Manhood
re-tored. Impediments to Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Itook and crictt
lars sent free. In sealed envelop-.
Addre". HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No.
S South .Ninth St., Philadelphia, Pa. an In
stitution having a high reputation for honor
able conduct and professional skilL
i GI .NTS v ANTKD for an entirely new end fat
iVclnal ng worlc of unusual fntereit.
THE -EIOIvEE OJP
The grandest and nio-t popular book out,
now selling I'a-ter than any other three books
combined. Nearly two hundred superb engraving-.
Olio Agent took one hundred and
loiirteen III ten days. The het chance to
make money ever olfered. Agent- wanted
every where Send for our circulars with
terms, (tm-tirtiaed), lecrlpllon. endorse
ment., etc. F. A. IH'TCIIINSON,
lU-17d.v.wlm W2 N. (Ilh st., St. Louis, Mo.
tii h3ioj.mojT wl ki:7
Thl- thrilling book eomprl-es the Adven
tures and experience ol ii woman vviltlen
by her-elf for j car? thu wife of a Mormon
prophet dl-clo-ltig every hlng tho most
lascinalltig book extant. Steel portrait of
the A tltliore-s, portraits of leading .Mormons,
Lll'i) and smtiics iu Flail, etc. Agents
wanted. Addle. s
VALLEY Pl.'IILISlIl.NO CO.,
lO-l'il.twliii St. Loul,MI"oiirl,
CLE All AND
HARMLESS AS WATER,
rr a TTAWd
CRYSTAIi DISCOVKItY FOR THE
A iici fectly clear preparation in one bot
tle, as easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray hair lis natural color nnd youthful
appearance, to crailleato and prevent iland
ru II', to promote the growth ol the hair and
stop its tailing out. It Is entirely harmles,and
perfectly lieo from nnv poisonous substance
and will, therefore, take the place of all thu
dirty and unpleasant preparations now Iu
11-u. Numerous testimonials have been sent
us from many of our ino-t prominent citi
zens. In everything In which tho articles
now In use are objectionable, CRYSTAL
DISCOVERY, Is perfect. It is warranted
ty contain neither Sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Nitrate of. Silver, It does not soil the clothes
or scalp, is agreeably perfumed, and makes
one of tho best ilre-slngs for (he Hair In use.
It restores tlio color of tho Hair "more per
fect and uniformly than any other prepara
tion," ami always docs mi in from three to
ten days, virtually (ceding the roots with tho
nourishing (Uallt!es neci.ury to its growth
ami healthy condition : It re Mors the de
cayed and Induces 11 new growth of tho
Hair nmro positively than anything elso.
Thu application of this W'nnilerlul illseov
cry also produces a pleasant and cooling
ellcct 011 tlm scalp and gives thu Hair 11
pleasing nml elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist for It ami take no
other. II hu has not got it let him order it
Prico $1 per bottle.
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington D.C.,
JOHNSTON, 1IOLLOWAY .t CO.,
General Agents, Philadelphia,
JNO. P. HENHY and P. C. WELLS & CO. ,
New York, ami to bo had ol Wholesale
druggists, everywhere. 0-'.!()tl'
wmcn its 'I'liu mmt MAcnunsi
rue "imuT RIINNINfi 'si
III. .mil, nii..... m
praparsa to auiD euilcmar lih it