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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1872.
Th city counoil on Monday the 14th
Init., adopted the following resolution!
Httolttd That the board of health bo,
and li hereby Instructed to employ not
oxcoodlng threo suitable persona, whoso,
duty it shall bo to visit all families or
persons resident in thn districts or wards
sevorally assigned to thorn by tho board,
and vaccinate all persons not vnccinnted,
and all who may requlro to bo rovaccln
ated, talcing down tho name, nge, color
and placo of residencoof each porson vac
cinated by them, and of all persons who
are not, and who may refuse to be vac
cinated. The persons so employed shall act under
the direction of the board of health, and
shall use none but the best vaccino virus
or matter procurable horo, the same to bo
furnished them by the board. They shall
thoroughly canvass such districts or wards
as may be assigned to tbom, and shall
tnako a full report every wcok to tho
board of health. Thoy shall nlso collect
from all persons vaccinated who aro able
to pay therefor, the sum of twonty-flve
cents, and shall note tho samo In tholr ro
ports to the board."
Tho three persons ctnployod for the pur
pose sot forth In tho abovo resolution aro
Drs. Evans, Parkor and Sullvan. Dr.
Evans taking that part of tho city
below Sixth street, Dr. I'arker
that part between Hlxth and
Fourteenth strcots and Dr. Sullivan
that part abovo Fourteenth streot.
These gontlemcn will bo furnished with
the best vaccino matter, and It is hoped
that all tho cltlxens of Cairo will co-opcr-ato
with and assist them in their work so
, that it may be as thorough as postibl.
These measures or arrangement havo
been deemed necessary chiefly on account
of our connection by river and railroad
with other cities wlere the small-pox
seems to be very prevalent, and the ap
proach of cold weather rendors it very
important that there boaslittlo material
as possible for It to feed upon during tho
coming winter. The day has patted when ,
arguments wero required in favor of vac- .
clnatlon. Experience, obiorvHtioti and I
the Investigations of science havo set the l
matter at rest long ago. If wo will not
vacclnato out of considerations of safety :
to ourselves, let us remember that the pub
lic have, if we have not, an interest in our
protection against this dreadful disease.
John M. Lansdrk,
Chairman of Ucntrd of Health.
Call and see tho largo stock ol dry
goods at C. Hnnny's.
Wool) for $1 00 per load at tho Hdx
Factory. lO-5-o o d-3m.
Fresh oysters received daily and for
ale by thu whole or half can at I'bil
Lahoe stock of hoiscry at C. IJanny's,
Kilbeuts, almonds, Brazil nuts, prunes j
anu iresuiy caoneu iruiu just ictvnuu as
Wiley & Bixby's. lM7dtf
Fkatueks in largo or small quantities
at very low figures at II. Levi's hide
store, on Ohio Levee. 10 18dtf
Fun Si.ur,doterrolncd lot the first in
tho Held with the holiday confectionery,
has just brought to this city the flr.est lot
of Froncb candloi and sweetmeats ever
opened in tola market, and will show bis
customers many now varieties of
bon bons. Ho invites tho public to
call and Inspect his elegant collection of
mixed candles, which may be seen In thn
show case, and which cannot fall to please
tho palates of all candy-loving peoplo, lit
tle and big. Saup is able to sell theso con
fections at tho very lowest prices, whole
sale and rotall, and Invites tho public to
call and seo them at onco. 10-2C3L-
C. Hanny, largest stock of Ulankots.
Mm. Anna Lano, Eighth street bo
tweon Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has lust received a largo and varied
itockjof fall goods, and desires to call par
ticular attention to her handiomo assort
ment of ladles' and children's underwoar.
something new in this market. Dor
woolen drawers and loggins romblncd aro
also something now and the most comfort
able thing for children in cold weather
evor devised. Mrs. Lang also has a well
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bo
found elsewhere in this market.
Wantf.u. Two thousand men at good
pay, and fivo hundred teams at $1 60 to
$5 per day, to go to Mnrthall, Texas, to
work on tho Texas and 1'itclflc railroad
Hoard 3 AO to $1 CO per week. Teams
and men will be transported to Vlcksburg,
(from whero they can drivo to Freeport,)
as follows: Horses, $7; mules, fOj wag
ons, $7; men on duck, 3.
For Information and free transporta
tion. Apply to
M. Jli'KNfl, Agent,
Slecbnnlcs' boarding house,
Cor. Third Ht. .Se Commercial Av.
A woman to cook and iron. Wages,
$15 per month. Apply at The Hul
Lawjk stock of dry goods at C. llanny'.
Immediately 600 hands to work on the
O. A. & T. It. It. Good station work at
from 18 to 25 cents per yard. Wages
$2.00 und 2.25 per day.
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City.
Tie contractors and tie men on the C. A.
5cT. K. R.at'JJ cts per tie Apply to
J. II. Dethunk,
10.10-lmo. Charleston Mo.
Block stamping done at the Orovcr
& Baker sewing machine rooms, Wash
ington avenue. Postoffice address,
II. F. Goouykak,
I' .ft in 1 V rtki. f-! Til.
JU-IA-IIII. uu. u's, vane, Alia.
For Kent, a two-story business house
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is well
adapted for Saloon and Boarding houso
Apply to John Heoaiity, No. 69, Ohio
Received daily by expreis at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, the following
goods kept in ice : Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
the can at .We to families, warranted
good ; also New York sound's, by the
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and other game; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, Ac, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will be sold at a fair living profit.
Merchants, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear fine boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
stylo, go to Win Filler's, on Twentieth
street. 10 10tf.
C. Hanny, largo stock of woolens.
Mr. Geo. Steiniiouse, barber and hair
dresser, comer of Eighth street and Com
mercial avcnue,desires to call tho attention
of tbo bearded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that ho is mas
ter of his profession in all its branches.
Ho has bearded many a lion in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
Mr. Jno. Havelr, proprietor of the
Central Meat Market located on Washing
ton avenue 4th door below Tenth street
Keeps tho very best of meat always on
band, and will deliver it in any quantity
from ono to one thousand pounds at any
time to any part of the city free of charge.
Dn. McUaiik'b great aguo cure or com
pound extract of Liriodeodron is puroly
vegotablo and will never harm tho most
d el lento constitution. It is well adapted
to all agos and soxesand not only cures
tho most sovcro attacks of chills and fovor,
but tones up the system to such a degrco,
tbat a rolapso rarely, if evor, will tuko
To any of our frlonds who desire a
first-class artlclo in the line of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to order, of the best stock,
and in any style or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm Ehler s before going
elsowhore. 10 19tf
Lahue stock of dress goods at C.
Mr. Frank Haefela has opened a meat
market on Washington avenue noxt door
to Tanner's grocery storo, botwoon Tenth
and Eleventh streets, to which he invito
tho attontion of tho public. Tho best of
meats of all kinds kept constantly on hand
and delivorod to any part of tho city.
Market open morning ana evening every
THE HIDE AND FUK TRADE.
Bolow will Iks found the corrected list
of prices by II. Levi for bides, tullow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi does a very large
trade in his line, and it is a well known
fact that he always pays the highest prices
to bo obtained in this market. Ho is pay
Hides, dry flint V lb 10 to 17c
Hides, green saltod "f lb 8to9Jc
Deer skins fj lb 20 to 2ic
Tallow i lb 5 to On
Feathers T3 lb 35 to 65c
OYSTERS I OYrfTEKS I
At wholesale and retail, stowed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on tho half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every style at all
hours day and night. Henry Mycr pro
sides over tho culinary department. As
a caterer ho has no equal, und Harry's
customers can nlways be assured of a
warm meal ut any hour of tho day or
night, that will meet tho requirements
and please tho Us to of tho roost fastidi
Fine assortment of table damask, at C.
Two American Misskb. Miss Issippi
and Miss Ouri, uro disfigured a good deal
by tho snugs in their mouths. In order
that all other misses may avoid tho liko
blemishes, they aro advised to uso tho
famous Sozodont. which will prevent and
obviato all such difficulties.
Louis Blatteau, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every
body, ii now fully installed In bis now
quarters, on Eighth street, betwoon Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to the public tbo boit fit. Louis beer
I the choicest brands of wine and the purest
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
tbat these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will insure to him a gonorous
share of public patronago. Como and
seo Louis in his now home. Ho has a wel
come for evorybody, and for you. reader,
a eordial one, tf.
Cahtouia a substituto for castor oil
is a physic which duos not distress or
gripe, but Is suro to operate when all other
remedies have failed. You muy contl
dently rely upon the Castoria in stomach
ache, constipation, tlatulency,croup,worins,
piles or deranged liver. It contutns
neither minerals, morphine, opium nor
alcohol, but is puroly a vegotablo prepara
tion, perfectly harmless, and ubovu all,
pleasant to tako. Tho Castoria soothes
and quiets thu system, and produces nat
ural sleep. It is a wonderful thing to
assimilate tho food of childron and pro
vent thorn from crying. A thirty-tlvo
com ooiuu win no me vorxior a lamiiy
and savo many a doctor's bill. 10.18.w4t.
The Latest Swindle. Certain sancti
monious charaltnns would fnln persuado
tho world that diffusive stimulants linvii
no medicinal value, and thnt dotestablo
slop, composed of griping acids and drastio
purgatives, aro bettor tonics than the finest
vegetable ingredients combined with the
purest and mellowest products of tho still.
But this sort of thing won't go down. The
stomach of our common sense rejects it, as
the physical stomach of overy man with
an undepraved palate rejects, with loath
ing and abhorrence, tho nauseous nbomi
nations, "free from alcohol," which hum
bugs arc trying to thrust down the throats
of torn ne ran co Invalids
tenso that tbo tilth will do them good ? It
a uui nisoijr kilBt nuns 1 laiimilOn itlltCrS,
tbo standard tonio of America, is any
whero accessible, such sickening frauds can
make much headway, but it is as well to
put the public on their. guard against
wirm Ann Muoufus.
J". O. S 3& X T H,
WIIOUSALS AND tr.TAlf. DIIIIH II
I WINKS AND LIQU0RS I
And proprietor or ne'" and spendld
No. "ft Ohio Lf.vek,
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS,
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
Wines and Liquors, which ho will sell at tho
very lowest figures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
OA I HO. ILLINOIS.
Alio, keep constantly on hand a tnost cum
plet stock of
POCTCn AND IRISH WHISKIES
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
RJHYTII A CO. ell nxcliisltely for cash, to
, which tnr.t thrv Invite the nspwiai attn.
ion f close bargain buyers.
F. SI. STOUKFIjHTII,
scrt'Mfoa mint iTociri.MH
Kvctiryrr unit Wholnmle Dealer In
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H. D. MANN & CO., Soothing Remedy !
t 421 N. F
OI.'ltTB .j UK T.
A. II A L h E Y, ,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin n J Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Tolle I
War, Cotl lloil, FirstihoTds, Air Oat.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND HUEEI I
ST, LOUIS. MISNUiritl. !
I We call attention to the bargains we now
I offer to all in want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Black Alpaca-, SO cents ; lust what other
houses ask 7." cents for, all Black (ioods in
Wanisutta i-i Bleached Cottons, 17 cents.
Hills 4-t " H
Fnilt ol the Loom 4-1 " i:t
And all other COTTONS in same propor
tion. Iteautlful All Wool Plaids, t.Cnts.
All Wool Empress t'bth. rsl cents ; all color-.
Th je goods are worth 75 cents.
Fine French Merinos, $1.00; cannot be
bought elewhere for less than il.Xt and
Pure Linen Hem Stitched Handelchlc-,
$l.fs) and 8.1.00 per dozen.
Nupkius, ull Linen, f-l.W per dozen, and all
prices up to $yo per dozen.
Table Linen, Hannels, Cassina.res, for
Men and Bovs wear, Hoslerv. Laces, Em
broideries, Shawl., SMrr. Cloaks, Blankets, i
and Ladles underwear, at all price, to cor
respond with the abate prices. Oiiralmis
to build up a large business by dealing lion-
orably with all, selling good goods at low
prices We keep no auction goods or trash
of any kind, and any article ordered from us
not proving satisfactory can be returned at
our expense and the money will he refunded.
We havo but
for all, and guarantee that to be a low one.
Send for samples of any goods, If not able to
call, and we will end them chccrfullv.
II. I). MANN A: CO.,"
10-17d&wlm. St. Louis, Mo.
No. 166 Washincton-avonuo
work ilnnnat slioittwt nolle
'ItooflnR. Guttering, und nil kinds ofjo
BOOT AMD hlior NTOIIE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Athenoum.
Keep on hDil t nooj noorlment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' ROOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Oaitkrs and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds.
"Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call and Examikk.
H. T. GEKOULUj
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Oss Kilter's and Plumber's material, Weed
purat , globe and anKle vaItvii, stop
cocks, clu ck valves, etc,
' aiso auikt ro
Tufts) Brothem Pttteut Dry Unis ste r
And Moreuouie, Wells Co' Automstlo W'mUi
IadlcMorkiidtluplj VsWe forstesmboilors.
WINTKR'l BLOCK, COMUKBOIAL-AVIND
EIISONAL. TICKNOR CO.. tho
celebrated Clothiers, announce tho in
troduction of a Dlull of orderlni? cloth.
ing by letter, to which they call t our
especial attention. They will, on ap
plication, send you their improved and
accurate rules for Self-Measurement,
uiusiruieii circular aim rrico i,ii,
with a lull lino of samples from their 1
Immense stock of Cloths, Casslmercs,
Ac, Jic, thus enabling parties in any ;
part of the country to order clothing
direct from their house, with the cer-
tuluty of receiving garments ol the
very latest stylo and most perfect tit 1
Hoods ordered will be sent by ex-'
press to be paid for on delivery, with i
mo iinuciviaiuiing tnui it not satisfac
tory, they can be returned ut Tlcknor's
As is well known throughout the
South ond WcM, they have for seven
teen yearn EXCELLED in nil depart
moots of their business, which U a
guarantee us to the character ot the
goods they send out.
Your orders are solicited and when
In St. Louis, you aru invited to call at
the ex enslvo establishment of Tlck
nor A- Co., manufacturers and retailers
of men und boys Clothing and Furnish
ing (ioods, (101 and 00.1 North Fourth
street, St, Louis. Mo. Boys clothing u
Vurri V.OUC nnu wriiiiui; in
llowMi, SDH racil. Hit
Fnbdnn Conmlilons n4 orsr- I -r
coran til dlirwM Incidtnt to f ST
lnlknti nd ChlldMa. JcSKTS.
iniiernMunin f CsrrS TUtrrhots, Pjwnte-
WHITCOWB Si ry ",,"am,",?on,,,4U',
gypup l in Children of all agoi.
JtcllfTM pain, wraknmoroi-) SfiS?3
hau.Honln 15 or20mlnut,(ttv. Htpt
lai toneandpowar to thojiUm. J qsjq
It It tha Infanta' and Children't Gnat 8ooihInj
Remedy, in all diaardara brongbt on by teething or
toy other came.
lie .articular In calling for MRS. VCniTCOMB'3
STIlUr, and take no other.
Prepared by the OIIAFTOV HEDICINK CO., Et.
7iuls, 5Io. gold liy Drngglits and DeaJeri In
q, BUr.ME AND laOOYOHODfln
Dy cluamlog tbe blood and aromlng the liver and
aecretlra orgttna to a lieallliy action, Dr. Itoury'i
Root and I'lant Pills euro many complaints which It
would not be auppoiod thoy could reach, audi as
Ilendacbe, I'nln tn tho Hide, Niimti
nesj of tbo Hands mid Feet, Dnllnrs,
I'lilllucaa, lUiciimntlNlii. Neuritliriii,
Lous of Appetite. lltlloiiH ISyNcutorj',
Itlilncjr AITcctionsj, t'onstipiillou, llo
bllltr, Fcvcrsj of nil Iitmfi, IyHpei.
Hln. Jitaudlcc. nud other kindred conipUluH
srlilng trom low itate of tha budy, or utalructlou
of lie functions.
Heine free from Mercury and other potions they
can ba taken at alt times and under nil clnumetan-
cm, without regard to diet, busineea or pleaaurv.
Thar atltiiuUtu the weakened and illitcrarered
parti Into beallby Hdlon, giTlns them atreugtb to
dlihurdentheuiclreiaud throw on tha ohitructlont
uhlrb are the flrrt caueo of dliea-a, Without
nroit iiclair cither unimcn or irrlplus;.
All booty and drowey en.itioni, wrhich are tbo
forerunners of direful dlieaeet such ai Apoplexy,
I'HriilylloKtrokON.Ac.are cO'octually warded
o:T by a few doees of there searching Pill .
Kull Jlrtctlon around eiea Ihii. lu uUli, Uuuia, Frvaca
.nlSfinlib. JTlce 51 Con a Ut.
I'ren.rril by tSeOriftoq UmlklneCo., Rt.Loull, Ue.
1 Uru(UU aad Oeal.rela ilnUcia. eriryvacra.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLiOH!
TIIK ONLY UEI.IAUI.K OIKT DISTIII IIU
TION IN THE COUNTRY !
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To be drawn Monday, November 'iith,
Two On a. vi) Capitals o-
$5,000 each in Gkkknijacks !
Two Prizes $1,000 r. r
Fivo Frizes COO GKEEKBACKS
Ten Frizes 100 5- (
One Horse and Buggy with Mlvcr-Mounicd
Harness, worth flXM)!
One FiiiC'toneil Koetvooil l'lano, worth
lite hundred dollar-I
Six Family .Sewing Machines, - - worth
Five gold ttatchex.V chains worth S:HpO each !
Five (iold American Hunting Watches,
worth li.' each !
Ten Ladles' (iold Hunting Watches worth
"ri each !
Hft Hold and Miter Lever Hunting "Watches
(In all,) worth Iroin iiO tu f :Hi each !
(iold Chains, Silver-ware, .Icttclrv, etc.
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Single Ticket SI : Six Ticket &i; Twelve
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Imj aent to any ono onicrin; them. All letters
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ms nrruc, Cincinnati, o.
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Qruitd Single tiiuber Schcuto.
Class K, ro nu Drawn Oct. 31, 187'J.
6,680 Prizes, Amounting to 5300.000.
1 rnre or mi,ii
of. i:i. 4Vi
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Tickets 510; Half Tickets, $5: quarter
Tickets, 3 60.
Our lotteries an- ctnrtered by th fclale, are
always- drawn nt the time named, r.ntl all ilrnw
lima are under the supervision nf omcon.
The etfiVlal drawing will be nuMlHhfd in the
ct. Louis papera and a copy sent tn purchasers
We will lrKW a similar aeheme the lot uy nf
etery month during the )enr 1S7'.
'lieimtnt our rt-U by posintflce mnney order,
'eglatcred letter, draft nr cuoreoH 'end for etr
cu.ar. Addrem, MUliH.tV, MIM.K'i CO ,
1'. O. hoxlillti. rlt. Ixitlle, Mo.
A Private Couuiirlor to tlioMitrrlet!
or llioio about to Marry, ou lb Physiological inyi.
tarlcsand rorelatloaiuf Ibeioiual jyitata, Willi tlm
lattit dlicoTarles In producing and iirareDtluK olf
spring, preserving tha cuuiplaxlou, 4c. ,
t This fa an) 'Veiling work of two Landrad and
sixty pagss, with nunisrous engraTlngs.aud contains
valuable information for those who are married or
contemplate marriace; alill It Is book tbat ought
to be under lock and key and not laid carelesaly
about the houie,
Stnt la ear cat (freetf pUtt) tor rifir Cntl. idlmi.
Dr. Dv.u' Il.....rj, No. 11 . lljhlti Blmt, hu Leal., Uo.
t MOTICX 10 TBI AITUCTIS AOT UlirtSTTOAT!.
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CUbUe rper, er lulof any Quwk Ryiuwllce, perm Dr. llulta'
werk.ao oiiur ntu jour dlaea, u or bow d.rlorable jour
eooeiuoa. I)a. Dim. eta 1st eomulted, peneoeflr or Sr lull),
o the eiwejoe m.aUoiinl la SU wort., otace. No. II Norm
KliSU) Slrtel, betwna Uukr aa4 Caeeuul, HI. LoiUa, Me.
GHAND 0 EN Til A L
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ST. LOUIS, containing 1W rooms; having
lately added N) moro rooms, Is now prepared
to oner to tho twcling public the be t -.accommodations,
Itooms, 7ft cts. to 91 per
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ces nf Mr. IlueW, who Iium jiaa nianr year
experinncH in mio oi oeev oinoeries oi gi. inline
lo atlorriutend thla ea1abllihment. wo ran onn
ndetdly promise our patroua work eilM to tbu
oi anv ninnerr in ins wfmi
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?.'JU 1 U qZ) All ol.ei.ue of worklu(
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ized by r-pceial act of thn legl.-laturo, in aid
of tho Public Library of Kentucky, tmavold-
amy posiponcu iroiu seiuemocr to nc
cumber 7, and which positively and iineiiuiv
ocally occurs In Loiiftille, Ky. Pccemlicr
7, lbi2. without fktrther delay on any account
whatever, tho following cash gift are for
dUtrlbiitlou by lot among ticket holders:
ONK OltANO (MIT. CASH $100,009
ONK (!It AND (ilFT M.MOO
AV'i 4 t'jliCiif.J,)ee:li
. Allium Ik (lll l.llll, laIKK,car.n
. I.v Vii OthOirtt.
.. lti.tnn 21 CaihCilfn.
,. !i,hi a Cash (JifH.
S.ni a". CaihGifu.
I.'. Cn.li (lifts
l Cah Gift .
1 Cash Gift ...
1 Cash (iifi ....
1 Cash Gilt ....
1 Cain tiift ....
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I Cash Gift ...
1 Cash Gilt...,
1 Cash Gift ...
Wl Cash Gifts.
Ml Cash Gifts.
iil'2 (ah Gifts.
LIJ1II JJ I.B.1LJ.JJ.VJ
made or Poor Rntn, WbUky, Proof SptrtSf ad
ncfuao Liquors, doctored, ploed, and aweeUDftl
tp pltasa the taste, called "Tonlcii," Appetisers,"
" llestorcrs," Ac, that lead the tippler on to drank,
cane and mm. but are a true Medicine, made
from the native roots and herb of California, free
from all Alcoholic stimulants. They are the (treat
Hood Purlflcrand a Llfe ixlviiis: Principle, Perfect
Ittunyator and Inrlgorator of theSystcm. carrytnc
prr all poisonous matter and restoring; the blood
to n healthy condition, enriching tl, rrlteshlnir and
IntlKorallag both mind and body. They are easy
ii f niimlnl.tnitlon, prompt in their action, certain
In their results, safe and reliable In all forms or
i 'f,',0,, " ! these Bitters) cconl-
ina to directions, and remain long unwell, provided
their bones are not destroyed by mineral poison
or other means, and the vital orgaus wasted beyond
the point of repair.
I pepsin nr ImlltieaHon, Headache, Pain
In the Miouldcra, Couirlis, Tlfrhtnesa of the Cheat,
Dl7ilticM, Sour Kructnllona of tho stomach. Bad
Tasty .In the Mouth. Illllous Attack. Palpitation of
the Heart, Inflammation of the Lung, Pain In the
rvitloii of tho Kidney, and a hundred other painful
jtttptomi. arc theotrsprttiKS of UjspcpsU. In theae
cotuplaliita It has no equal, and ono botUeuwllt
prote a U'ltcr Ruarnnica of its merits than a
For Friiuilr Ciiiiipliilnts, In young er old,
married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or
thu turn of life, thcae Tonic Hitters display so dc.
clileii an liiittieiice Hut a marked Improvement la
1'i.r Iiillniiiiiiatory anil Chronic Itheu
iimlloiii ami tiout, Iiyepep.i.i or IndlKCKtlon, Ull.
oii. Itwiilitciit nad Intermittent Fevers. Olseaaes
bf the ltloo.1, liter. Kidneys ami Illaddcr, these
Hitlers have been most successful. Such I)aensr
are can"! by Vitiated Illood. which Is generally
proilttced by derangement of tho Digestive Oriraos.
The v are nUentle Purgative a well aa
n 1'iintc, poeiliiB also the peculiar merit of act
Ins a u power ill agmt lu relieving Congestion or
lunatntmitlon of the Liver ami Visceral Organs and
lu lllllom lUfcnscs.
For Skill Dlseaiea, Kruptlons. Tetter, Ball
Ktieun, Illotchc?, Spots, l'lmplex, pustnics, Uollii.
Carbuncles, Itlng-wormi, Scald-Ileud, sore F.ycs,
L'ri.lpcla, Itch, Scurh, IllscoloratlonH of the slln.
Humors and Diseases of tho Skin, of whateter
name er nature, arc literally dug up and carried
cut of the system In a short time by the ue of thew
Kitten. One bottlo In such cacs will convince thu
most incredulous of their curative errccl.
demise Hie Vitiated Olooil whenever rou
find lbs impurities bunting through the skin tn
Pimples, Lruptlons, or Sore : clcanae It when you
Hud It obstructed and sluggish In the veins; cleanse
It when It Is foul ; your feelings will tell tou when.
Keep the blood pure, and Ihe health of the system
Uratefiil Thniisaiiile proclaim Vis'eoah Hit
teiis tho most trondcrrul Intlgorant that ever sua.
tallied the Unking system.
I'ln, Tnpe, ami other Worms, lurking lu
the iatem of so many thousand, ure effectually
destroyed and rcmoted. Sajs a distinguished
physiologist : There H scarcely an itidlt iduul ou tho
race of the earth wIionC body la exempt from the
presence of worms. It la tiui upon the healthy
lenient of the body that worms exlil, but upon
the diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
thcao living monstcra of disease. No system ot
medicine, no vermifuges, no niithcluilulilcn, will
rrco the system trom worms like tlioso Bitter.
Slerliaiitcal Ulaeaaea. Peraona engaged In
Paint and Minerals, such as PlumbersTType
set tern, Hold-beaters, and Miners, as they advauco
In life, arc subject to paralysis of the Dowel. To
guard ngainct this, take a dose of Walker's Vi
t.otii lurreus twice a week.
Illllous, Remittent, and Iiiteruiltteut
Fevers, which are so prevalent In the valleys of
our great rivers throughout the Cnlied states,
especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Ml&sourt,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas. Ked,
Colorado, llrazos, Itlo (Jrande. Peart, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Iloanoke, James, and many
others, ttfth their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and Autumn,
und remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
aud dryness, ure Invariably accompanied by eiten
bite derangements of I tic stomach and liver, and
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence upon these
various organ, t eiucntlally necessary. There Is
no cathartic for tho purpose equal to Dn, J. Wale.
lilt's ViNEOAit Uirrmts, as they will speedily
lemove the dark-colored vLscld matter with which
the bowels arc loaded, at the same tlmestlmuJatinar
the secretions of the liver, and generally reatorlng
the healthy functions ot tho digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Evil, Wlilto Swelim,
I'lcers, Kryslpelas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations, indolent lnflammatlous. Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores. Kruptlons of the Skin, sore
I'.yes, etc etc. In tlieso u la all other constitu
tional Discuses, V ti.KF.u' ViNEOAit IllTTKia have
shuwu their great curative powers In tbe moat
obstlualu and Intractable cases.
Dr. Wnllser'a Callfurnln Vinegar Bit
era act on all these cafes In a similar manner,
liy purifying the Illood they remove the cause, and
by resulting away tho effects or the Inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) the affected parts receive
health, and a permanent euro I effected.
The pruperllea of lilt. Walker's Vineoah
It iTTKita are Aperient, Diaphoretic, CarmlnaUve,
Nutritious, Ijxatltc. Diuretic, Sedative. Counter
Iintant, Sudorific, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative properties
of Int. W'Ai.iCEir Vj.nkmah Uirrsits are th beat
wife-guard In cac of eruptions and malbjoant
fever. Their balsamic, lieullng, aud sooUlnfpro-H.-rtte
protect tho humors of the fauces. Their
Sedative properties allay pain In the nervous aym.
ictu. stomach, and bowels, from InaaiamaUon,
wind, colic, cram pa, etc.
Their Counter-irritant lafluanea ex
tend throughout the system. Their Antl-Bllleus
tiropertles stimulate tho liver, In tho secretion of
bile, and Us discharges through the biliary dacu,
and arc superior to all remedial agents, for the cure
of Illllous fever, Fever aud Ague, etc.
Fortify thu lioily against disease by
purifying all Its fluids with vineoar Hitters, No
epidemic can take hold of a system thus fore-armed.
Directions. Take ot the Hitters on going to
bed at night from a half to one and one-half wine
glassful. Kat good nourishing food, such aa beef
Hteak, mutton chop, trnlson, roast beef, and vege
tables, and take out-door exercise. They are
composed of purely tcgetablo Ingredients, tod
coulaln no spirit,
it. ii. Mcdonald 4l co..
Druggists and (ien. Agts.. ban Frauclsco, CaJ., h
cor. ut Washington and Charlton Sts., N.V.
SOLI) UV ALL DKUOOISTa A UKALXR3.
I'mo lr. Ilenry'a World'a Tosslc ? .
Blood Purifier.' ..iidla iv?
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
lake, yet potant for tbe prevention and eur of
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
IlucnitorSarsaparilla. Sold by Druggists
Dr. ITenrjr'fi Root nad Pliant Pills.
Mild yet thorough no nausea orjrlplng a
Inly vegetable great liver remedy, rrlocts
cents . Pold by Druggists .
TOTAL, 1,000 (HITS, Al.li OAslL.f.'iOO.WI
The money neec-ai'V to pay In lull all tl e
oflcrctl Kit's i now upon deposit in Inn
Fanners ami Drotcrs Hank, u will no ?een
bv thu followlnir cerlllicatn of the cnMilen
l AUMKI1S' AND DltOVKIV HANK, 1
l.0UIiVII.I.K, Ky..'Sept. till, 1ST'.1. J
This Is tn iv I'll IV Hint iliiirn U nntv nil ile.
jiorlt III till bank over it half a million ol
ilollar to tlm ercili ol Hie (lift (,'ou-oit
Kuiiil, $.')K.0O') oftvlitcli N held liy this hink
aTrcaii crof tho l'lilillc l.lbriiiy of Ken
tucky to pay oll'allitts to hu uwardedat thn
It. S. VCAOII, Cashier,
Whole ticket, r10j halves, .'i; iiuartci,
irlM: 11 whole ticket for $100: "-8 tor
fSl for $:m lilt for SI.OOO; for ea,Waj; ,V.."i
lor ?.ni. .mi tiiscoiini ou ies tlinii i
worth nftlcketN at 11 tluic.
Tlm dritwlin: will noslt vclv unil tiiieiitiiv-
ocally take iilticn December 7. Agents urn
Herein moriliv rcuu red to c oo sa cs anil
intiko returns December '.tt. In order to L'lvn
amiile timu for tho final urrniiKoments. Or-
tiers tor tickets or applications lor circulars
stimuli no nutircsscu to
GOV, THUS. K. lmAJILinTK,
Aifont, ICetitueky l'ubllu Library, l'liblic
Lilirary Hulldliu:. Louisville. Kv.
tmrt. thn itt Rithin
1.1. Woo l Urlndrin rVi. I'nrlUnil. M Mill (4.
xiurvo OTG(jrNro"' est ?
If so, tnlt our advice anlpurvhw your ticket,
over t le old reliable and popular .Muaovai I'a.
ciriu iiaii-ao.p, which i i-vtinM-tj
running Ihrcu dally ei press train from Ht. Louie
eqliipP"! "llll tfllllo, - rra.v.j I'muui ,,, , nu IIIH
pulriit rieaui brake. I'rnni Ht. Lotus to Kansas
City, Kt. tolt, Lawrence, Leavrnvinrth, Alcbl.
son, HI. Joafiili, Nebraska City, Council lllutts
regard to time tables, rates, lu,, to any point in
Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texas, and
Callurnla, call upon nr address H, II, Thompson,
Agent, Missouri Pacific It, It. Columbus. Ohio i oi
II, A, Kurd, Oeunrsl t'aaseogtr Agent, HI. Louis,
No trouble to answer correspondence. I-
Mr. Wbltco tab's Hyrap.
The great soothing remedy. Price on!r to
;ents. Gives rest to the mother said health to
ho child Sold by Drugr 1st ,
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