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OUR OHUKOIIES.
PHiaBrrWlIAN-glltU Stieet.
iriuhiiur. Hsbbsth at 104 a.m. and 74 D.tn
Prayer meeting, Wednesday at 74 p. ra.
Sabbath School, 3 p.m. J. M. I.aiudon, Su
per! ntenueni. mv. ii. iiiaykk, i-asior
METHOD18T.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut 8U.
Preaching, Sabbath at J04 a.m., and 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Habbath School, 3. p.m. h. W. Htlllwcll,
superintendent. Rkv. V. L. Thompson,
Pastor.
CHURCH OK THE RKDKKMKIt (Episco
pal.) Morning prayers. Habbath 10J a.m.
Evening prayers. 7) p.m.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
ft Rkv. E. Ooan, Hector.
8T. PATRICK'S CHURCH Ninth St. and
Washington Avenue.
Public service, Sabbath 8:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
' Habbath School. 2 p.m.
Service every day, 8 a.m. .
Rev. P. J. o'JIalloran, Priest.
ST. JOSEPH'S CIIUHCH.-(Ocrmun,) cor-
ner of Walnut and Cross streets.
Mass, every Habbath nt 10 o'clock n. in.
Vespers, 2 p. m. , ,
Mais during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
Rkv. 0. Hoffman, Priest.
OKHMAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 13 th
street between Washington Aventie and
Walnut street. . ...
Preaching Sunday morning at 10 o clock.
Habbath School at 2 o'clock p. m. H. O.
Thleleckc, Superintendent.
Rkv. Rob't. Hianm, I'astor.
VOUNQ MEN'S CIUU8TIAN ASSoCIA.
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
ft Co' book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly Prayer meeting, Friday, 71 p.m. nt
the room.
L. W. 8TILI.WKM.. President.
SECOND MISSIONARY HAPTIST
CHURCH. Comer Syeamoro and rorty
tint streets. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and .lo'rloik p. in.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church Is connected with the Indiana
Association.
Rkv. Solomon I.f.onahu, Pastor.
PRICAN 3IETHOI)IST.-Kourtecnth, b
ween Walnut and Cedar,
ervlces, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
bbalh School. 1J p.m.
,as mceU at.l p.m.
jCCOND FREE WII.U HAITIST Fif
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service Sabbuth, 1 anil 3 p. in.
Rkv. N. Hickh, Pastor.
FREE WIU, HAPTIST HOME MISSION
.SAltltATH SCHOOL. Comer alimt
and Cedar Streets.
Sabbath School. H a.m.
FIRST FREE WILL lIAPTIsr CHURCH
-Curry's liarracks.
Services, Subbath 11 a.m., .'! p.m. ATI p. m.
Rkv. Wm. KKL1.KY, Pastor.
FIRST MISSIONARY HAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth anil Tenth St.
Prearhlng Sabbath, 10) a,m. and 7) p.m.
Prayer meeting. N edncsday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 14 p.m. John aiiHaxtcr
aud Mary Stephens. Superintendent.
ItF.V. T. .1. Shores, Pastor.
SECOND HAPTIST CHURCH-Fourtcentli
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Haptlst church recognized by the As
sociation. Sen Ices, Sabbath, 11 a.m. p.m. nml 7 p.m.
Rfv. Jacoii Hkahi.kv. Elder.
SKCHKT OUDEKS.
THE MASONS.
AIRO COMMANDEHY, No. lll.-Matf-il
Assembly at the Asylum Masonic. Hall, !lrt
and third Saturdays In each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 2.-ltegular Coiito-
catlon at Masonic Hall, the second r riilay
In each month. ,
OALKO CHA1TE11 No. 71.-Hegu ar Con;
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tuesday ot every month.
CAIRO LODOE, No. 237 F.& A. M.-Reexi-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, tb
second and fourth Mondays of each month.
THE ODD-FELLOWS.
ALEXANDER LODOE, aai-Mectii III Odd- -
Fellows' Hall, in Arter's building, every i
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
BTATK OFFICERS.
flovcnior John M. Palrucr ;
LleutenanMloveruor John Dougherty ;
Secretary or State Edmund Hummel ;
Auditor of State-C. E. Llpplucott : ,
State Treasurer fc. . nates; i
Sttpt. Public Instruction-Newton Hatrrosii I
CoNORESSM EN.
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A
slogan.
Scnresentatlves for the State-at-I.arre S
L. Beverldge. . , 1
Representative Thirteenth District John 8
M. Crebs.
MEMHEHS GENERAL ASSKMHLY.
Senators, First District T. A. E. Hokorolr.
f Union, and S. K. Gibson, of Uallatln.
Kepresentatlve, First DUtrict-H. V atsom
Webb.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
CIRCUIT COUKT.
Judge D. J. llakcr, of Alexander.
Prosecuting Attorney J. F. McCartney,
of Massac.
Sheriff A. II. In-lii.
Wra. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COURT.
Judge F. Hross.
Associates ,1. E. McCrite and S. MscvtUI
don. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John II. (losmian.
MUNICIPAL "GOVERNMENT.
Mayor John M. Lansdeu.
Treasurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attnrnev P. II. Pone.
Police Magistrates F. Hross and B, SUn- y
neasy.
Chief of Police L. H. Myers.
HKLECT COUNCIL.
Mayor John M. Lnusdeu.
First Ward-P. O. Schuh.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward duo. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staats Taylor.
Clty-at-Large W. P. Halllday and D.
Uurd.
BOARD OF AI.PKRMKN.
First Ward -.lames Hcardeu, A. B. Saf
lord, Isaae Waldcr.
Second Wurd R. Ii. Cunningham, E. Un
der, Q. Stance), James Swayne.
Third Ward Win. Stratum, J. B. Phllll.
Fourth Ward Jno. 11. Robinson, G. 11.
Sease.J. II. Metcalf.
THE BULLETIN.
Lauoe stock of 'dross goods at O.
Hanny's.
Cam, and co tho largo stock ot dry
goods nt C. Hnnny's.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER .13, 1872.
stock of black silks at 0
Larof.
Hanny's.
For knt, a two-story business house
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nlnotccntb streets. It Is well
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding liouio
A leaso for twclvo months will bo given
Apply to John Hkoaiity, No. 80, Ohio
Lovcc. 10-1-dtf.
To any of our friends who desire a
first-class articlo In the lino of boots, shoes
or gaiters, mado to order, of tho best stock,
and In any stylo or pattern desired, wo
would say try Wm Kh.er's boforo going
olsowhoro. 10 liUf
Notice of Kkmovai.. II. Mayors has
removed from No. S3 to 95 Ohio Levee,
wliern lift it paying tlio highest prices in
cash for scrap Iron, rags, ropes, copper
brass, lead and nil kinds of old metals.
Also, tho highest prices in tho city paid
for hlde, furs, feathen, lecswax, ginseng,,
tallow, grease, etc., etc. Remember tho
place. No. 95 Ohio Levee, 11-7 tf.
UrHMAN .School. Thti German J.ti
theran school on Thirteenth street, be
tween "Washington avenuo and "Walnut
street, will reopn, for tho winter term,
on Monday, November 11th, and will bo
continued without suspension. All parents
wishing their children to learn tho Ger
man langiiagu correctly, will do well to
send them at once. 1 l-T-'Jw
Louis Hi.attkau, whom everybody
knows, and who is the friend of every
body, is now fully instilled In his now
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
tnorciiil and "Washington avenues. Ho of
fers to thu public tho best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wino and tho purest
liquors to be found in thu city, and hopes
that thee, civil treatment and n cordial
rocoption, will insure to him a generous
share of public patronage. Comu and
sco Louis in his new homo. II o has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Good News One, of tbn largest mill
most complete stock of custom-made, boots
and shoes ever brought to this market, li
Just been received by Messrs. Hardy &
urcenwom, rso. IDS Commercial avo.
These gentlemen are both practical work
men in tho boot and shoo business; havo
had a lareer exnerience. and cannot bo de
ceived into purchasing anything but the
very host stock.
Tliev emnlov a number of i.ritclaa
'wifrkmcn at their establishment, and are
manufacturing every variety and
.style of Ladies and Misses' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
satisfaction. Thev mnku these a sDecialtv
They alto mako to order all kinds of line
calf, kip or leather boots, in style nnd prico
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in the Welt. All goods warranted to bo
as represented. tf
C. llanny, largest stock of Blankets.
WINTER BOOTS AND
SHOES.
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose busino lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper erg lit to wear good,
henvy water-proof boots, can get just what
they want by calling on "Wm. Eblcrs. Ho
makes Fronch calf or kip boots, warranted
to fit well, wear well and give general sat
isfaction. 10-29-tf.
THE U1DK AND FUR TRADE.
Ilelow will bu found tho corrected list
of prices by II. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. II. Levi does a very largo
trade in his lino, and it is a well known
fact that he always pay the highest prices
to bu obtained in this markut. Ho is pay
ing for
Hides, dry 2int V lb 10 to 17c
Hides, green salted V lb StoOJc
Deer skins lb 20 to 25c
Tallow lb 5to'0o
Feathers V lb 35toC5c
10-3tf.
OYSTERS! OYSTERS I
PHYNIl'lANft.
R.S. BR1GIIAM, M. D.,
Homeopathic Pbytdclan aud Surgeon. Of
fice 130 Commercial avenue. Rcxldenre on
Tenth street, three doom west of C. R.
Woodward. 10-ii.Viim.
DR. B. 0. TABEK,
Will resume the practice of his profession
with especial reference to the electric
treatment ot discuses In all the new and Im
proved methods of application.
In all casct of female complaints a lady
will be in attendance.
Office, 128 Commercial avenue, up utalnt.
WILLIAM It. SMITH, M. D.
l ESIDKNOE Nn. 21 Thirteenth street, tM
IV tveen Washington avenue and Walaut street.
Oraee UiOommereUlaYenuo, up etalra.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
SESlDENOK-eornerNinth and Walnut .
Ollee corner hlith street and Ohio lTe.
ee houn from a.m. to la m anil 0 p.sn
II. WARDNER, M. D.
IJEH1DEHCK Corner Nlnettenth atreet'iuul
IV WMbtngton arenue, near court house. CM
flee over Arter's Grocery Store, Ortlce Hours from
10 a. m. to lil in. and '-om 3 to 4 p, m.
DM. R, BLUM,
t
Surgeon unU Mccliunlcal
DENTIST!
Ottce.'CominercUl Ave mi o between Nlntb
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
umiilrt resneetUdlv anuotincu to tlte CItl
r ii.Im u.,,1 Ulirmllll.llnt PMint,.
that 1 have opened n orHce for the pruetlcn
glacmy profession at the above mentioned
uble, where I hdpeto receive a share ol the
a to patroiiage. All person wishing th
rv best dental work ibould tflvo me a imll.
4 8lu.
At wholesalu and retail, stowed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on thu Imlf-slioll, by tho
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenuo. Oysters in every stylu at all
hours day and night. Henry Myor pro
sidcs.ovor tho culinary department. As
a caterer bo has no equal, and Harry's
customers can always bn assured of n
warm meal at any hour of tho day or
night, that will meet tho requirements
and plcaso tho tasto of thu most fastidi
ous. 10-lCtf.
Cabtouia a substitute for castor oil
is a physio which dons not distress or
gripe, but is sure to operate when all other
remedies havo failed. "You mav confi
dently rely upon tho Cattorlu in stomach
acne, constipation, nauiioncy, croup, worms,
piles or dorangod liver. It contains
neither minorals, morphine, opium nor
alcohol, but ispuroly a vegotablo prepara
tion, perfoctly harmless, and nbovo all,
pleasant to take. Tho Oattoria soothes
and quiets tho system, and produces nat
ural sleep. It is a wonderful thing to
assimilate tho food of children and pro
vent them from crying. A thirty-fivo
cent bottlo will do tho vork for a family
ana save many auocior sum, iu-ib-wh.
Cutid'h Amhusuadih, Tho sly arohor.
Love, shoots his arrow from many coijzns
xf vantage, but it Is doubtful if ho delivers
hit Iieart-takinc shafts Irom any ambush
with moro otiuct than wuen no arms thorn
from tho braids and folds and ringlets jj'f i
superb bead at hair. Ladles wuo bavo not
beon favored by nature with this crowning
charm of womanhood can readily arid cor
tr.inly Incrouso tho volumo of their' hair
and Impart to it a sllkon lustre by lising
Lyon'g Katbalron as a daily dressing;
while tllOSQ whom tirnvidnnm lim blessed
with a superabundant ot this "glory" of
the sex, can prosorvo it, undiminished, In
quality and undiminished In beauty to tlio
ltteUporlod of life. Thoro 1 a gnrmlnat-
ing principle in mo. Aiithairon which lit
orally compels tho hair to grow. It extir
pates scurf, dandruff, and all exfoliations
and excrcsonces of tho scalp which inter
fere with tho rapid and healthy develop
meol of the flbofi.
FOR HALK.
A light spring wagon nearly now, or
will exchange it for a buggy. Apply
to Wm. Knt.Kit.,
11-7-lw. Twentieth street.
WANTKD.
A woman to coiok and Iron. "Wngos,
$16 per month. Apply nl Tiik lltit.-
I.BTIN. If.
La ltd k stock of notions nt C. Hanny's.
CO barrels Hudnott's hominy nnd grits
for salo by. G. D. Williamson.
1 1-2-2 w.
Km K assortment of table damask, at U.
Hanny's.
Fon Salk Uiikaf fok Uahh. Tho
valunblo rosidenco property, known as tho
"Rankin Property," situated between lCth
and IClh streets, is offered for salo cheap,
for cash. This lino property consists of
four good lot, with threo dwellings. All
in excellent order. Inquire of
Gf.okob KlKIIKIl,
1 1-8 If. at the Custom House.
If vou wish to induico In a delicious
cigar, patronir.o P. Snup, Commercial avo-
nuo if you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, e lo
go to P, Haup's popular Tobacco and
Uigur storo. if
Mkiicii ants, clerks, or any others who
wish to wear fine boots cilhorcalf. moroc
co, kid or patent leather of tho very Iatnt
style, go to Wm r.lilcr t, on Twentieth
ftrect. 10 Unf.
IIi.ock (tamping dono at tlio Grovcr
Baker sowing mncbino rooms, Wash
ington nvenun. Postofllcu address,
II. F. Goouvkaii,
10-)2-lm. box 000, Cairo, Ills.
Laiujk ilrck of hoiscry at C. Hanny's.
Dlt. Mi.-GaiikV great nguo euro or com
pound extract of Lirlodcndron Is purely
vegetable anil will never harm tlio moMt
dclicato constitution. It is well ndapted
to all ages aud sexes and not only cures
tho moit severe attacks of chills nnd fever,
but tones up the system to such a degree,
that a rclapso rarely, if over, will take
placo. 10-17eodlm
NOT1CK.
I LI H. CF.K. R. R. Co, 1
Aot's Offick, Cairo, Nov. 11. f
On nccount of tho horsu disettso and
conieriucnt impossibility of co-.signees to
move their freight from tho depot, we
will, until further notice, decline
to receive any pcriihnblo goods, llour,
sacked corn, or other property that must
necessarily be hauled by teams, for Chicago
or Pittsburg.
1 1-12-31. Jas. Johnson, A gt.
Fkatii Klis in large or nmull quantities
at very low figures at II. Lovi's hido
store, on Ohio Leveo. 10 18dtf
KIOHIIOFF FURN ITURK FACTORY
"Wm. Kichlioff has purchased tho inter
est of his brothers in tho above establish
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the
rurnituro manufacturing business with
great success. Ho has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every article ho manufactures. Ho
his also a full stock of lltditeatls, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, anu nis prices
dofy competition. Sales room at tlio fac
tory. 6-26tf.
Fink assortment of ladies
Hanny's.
funs at C.
ATTENTION.
Received daily by express at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, tho following
goods kept in ice : Fresh white
llth, salmon, bass and peril);
fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by
thu can at COc to families, warranted
good ; also New York sound s, by tho
quart; clam" and fresh lobsters; fqu'rrcls,
ducks and other game ; celery and frc.h
Ohio butter, alwvys on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced ham, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will bo sold at a fair living profit.
IO-1'.l-tf.
Mit. Gko. Stkiniioubk, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial nvenue,desires to call thu attention
of tho boarded community to his neatly r.r-
ranged satoon, and tho fuct that ho is mus
ter of his profession in nil its branches.
Ho has beurdod many a lion in his den, and
calls lor moro. tf.
Lahob stock ul dry goods at 0. Hanny's
llKi-rEit Latk than Nkvkk. If vour
teeth nro going, and you havo not yet
tried tho "Sozoilont," us n preservative,
try it now. Abandon all other dentrlilces
and give it afairebnnco; It is guaranteed
to bo us harmless as wider.
11-10-codlwA'w
FiiF.su 'oysters received daily and for
salo. by tho wholo or hulf can nt Phil
Saup's. lO-'Jdtf.
C. Hanny, largo stock of woolens.
WILLIAM HARRELL,
Successor to U.S. llurrell,
DKALKR IN
FURNITURE, BEDDING
X.
AND
GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS.
t .
Thornton's Block 10th Htroet bet. Commcr
v elal and Washington Avenues.
fli. .. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.'
O-d&wtf.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL.
V, Dl REXFORD, . . i Proprltil"
4
Cor. OuicLkvik & Second St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. "
Foreign Advertisements.
It will iy to so to Nt. l-fliiN lor
. ft M .1 u
H. D. MANN &c CO.,
421 N. FOUKTH S HK T,
NT, I.tll!IN, niNNOIlRI,
Wc rail attention In the bargnln we now
oiler to all In want of
GOOD GOODS AT LOW PRICES
Black Alpaca, TiO cents; J ti t what other
nouses nsK 7f reni.i lur, aniiiacK uoou in
same proportion.
Wani'titta 4-4 Bieaehcd Cotton", 17 cent".
HUM 4-1 ' " 14
Fruit ol the Loom 4-1 " 1.1 "
And all other COTTONS in same propor
tion. Beautiful All Wool Plaids CO cents.
All Wool Empress Cloth. Co cents ; all color.
Tluse goods are worth 7C ccntn.
Fine French Merinos, ?1.00; cannot be
I ot mlit elsewhere for lesi than 9L2C and
iJl.riO.
Pure Linen Hem Ktltclied Hnndcrrhie,
tl.W and 1.00 per ilocn.
Napkin, all Linen, $S per dozen, and nil
prices up to 20 per dozen.
Table Llnrn, FlanneN, Caislmcrcs, for
Men and Bovs wear, Ho'lery, Laoei, Km
broideries1, .Shawl", Srnrf, Clunks. Blanket-,
and Lailleo underwear, at all price, to eor
rei)ond with the nbove prleen. Ouralmi
to build up a large huluc bv dealing lion
orably with all, selling good good at low
price. Wc keep no miction good or trali
of any kind, and any article ordered from u
not proving satisfactory can be returned at
ruir expense and the money will bu refunded.
YYuhavo but
OlSTIB PBICB
for all. and guarantee that to be a low one.
Send for fainple of any good, If not able to
call, and we will send them rheerflillv,
II. H. MANN & CO.."
10-17d&wlni. St. Louis. Mo.
(J R A X 1) C B X T K A L
KCItOI'KAN IIOTIX.
Pine trei!t, between Fourth and Filth St.,
ST. LOL'IS, containing l.V) room; Imlng
lately added fiOmoi-i; mom, I now prepared
to oiler to tlio traveling piibllu the bet ac
eommoilation. Room, T.'i el, to $1 per
ilav. All meal - cent eaeli.
DORR As THATCHKR.
10-17-3111. Proprietors.
ARE YOU GOING WEST?
Iffo, tAko our a I vice nn. I imrclua: your tlckft,
nrrr t it old relWl nil tKinulnr Mioiium
nnc ItAiiko.il, which 1 poiitiTdy ihooolrline
running mrru uitiiy Piirf I'm irniu iriim nt. i.iiui.
to Unnrnn Clly nd the wrstl ami in ioi.Uoly
tlin only line which run Pullrmn palii' v le-i(,rii
nml tine itay coarhr, especially (or looter..
equipped wiin jiuier caieiy Miiuorni, ana wic
patrnt Hesm bmkr. From hi. I.uuia lo Kaniu
City, KU rcott, Ixiwrericc, Leavt-imortli, A'chl
son, Nt. Jo.eph, NebrasVa City, Council Illnll
an Umnhn wlthnut chsnt;u I Fur Information lu
rcgxril to time IhMph, rnlc. lc lo any point In
Mlsoiiri, Nebnukii. Knn,Coloift'lo, Teian.aml
Calinrnl, call upon or (Mre .!. II. Tliomi cn,
Ai(cnt, MmnHirl I'ooifie It. 11. Coliuntun. Ohio ; or
II. A. Kuril, (Unrrnl i'MtcLger Aenl, Ht. I.oiiIh,
Mo.
No trnnliln In nn-wrrrorranonilonp. I.
(IQ
iaPBauKHKC conveyea to and from N
nfree, lec-B
insi)han:k.
FIRE AND M AllINE
NIAOAHA, V. V.,
Attn II.4M.JK,
OERMANIA, .V. Y.,
AmetJ - 1,0C8,7J1 7S
I1ASOVKB, N. Y.,
AtneUi 7W 682 00
KKI'UULIC, .V. Y.,
a tela - - m,va on
Compritlng thcUndcrwrlten' Afccncy.
YONKKT.S, .V. Y.,
AstMt W IM 01
ALBANY CITY,
AeU M.1'JJ -
jikemen'b fund, s. r.,
At. G78.6UU 0
BECUKITY, N. Y. MARINE,
1.432.6I9
Htorc. I)Hplllna. Furniture. Hull anl Car
Koet, Intureil lit rate a fariirableas lOtiml, per-
mmipni ttcuruv win vrrrsni.
I reaueetrully ak or the cltlieu ni ca'ro,
hatof iheir palronan- . , .
TEUTOXIA h I F E IXSURAXCE
COMPA1TY,
OP CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS. S600.000.
JOHN A. 1IUOK, - - - President.
U. KNOBKLftSDORFF, - - - rjcnretnry.
ons.
CUAH. RKITZ, Hk.VKY WK1IKK,
A. C. Kksino. A. Mihcii,
OnAs. Wkntiik, Chas. Vkiuiha,
FltANCIA LAl'KNKB, CIIAH. jjaf.olinu,
C. IliRscii, "VVm. RuiNiuniiT,
lOIIN r KLDKAM11.
Ti, a i.phI nrtranitcii Anil eciiro.t comiianv In
tlienorthtt. The only compnuy which isuar
in !(( a raxh mirrtuiIi;raliio.
CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
2M1t for I'nlrn nnd vlelully
W. It. Morrl,
Notary Piiblie.
It. II. Canilce
No. Fob. anil 1'. H. ('ion
X 1ST S TJ JEli IB.
PI RE, HULL, CARGO, LIVK STOCK
AUU11JKJNT, Llr iv,
AiTNA, ItARTFOHH,
AHtett ft.'M.m H7
NORTH AMGHICA, PA.,
Ast 12,783,000 00
UAHTFOItD, CONN.,
Attett 12,511,21(172
PUCEN1X, HARTFORD,
Aitett 51,781,118 80
INTERNATIONAL, N. V
Ameta - 1,35I,8U8 17
PUTNAM, IIABTFOUO, '
Attest 7U0,U37
CLEVKLANO, CLEVELAND,
As.eU tlS,C73 88
IIOME.COLUMUUS,
AB8l.lt f 165,278 43
AMEniOAN CENTRAL, MO.,
Aatett 5W,001) C
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL. lilFE,
Attett 130,000,000 00
TRAVELERS', IIAUTl'Oltl), LIFE AND
ACCIDENT,
Attut '.,500,IJ 00
RAILWAY PAH3ENGER.S A-BURANCE
no.. HAIiTFOUD. '
yeiet fUxi.ooo'fiO
INDKl'KNUKNT, 1I0ST0N,
Afela (630,862 00
HAFFORD, MORRIS & OANDEH,
71 Ohio levee, s
Oltr National Uank, CAIRO, 11,1,.
Foreign Advortiscinonts.
" m'k:iai, notmTki"
1JATCHELORS II A lil 1)Y E.
Tills Mlicrli lialr dyo In tlio hot In tlio
world perfectly liarmlnt, rcllnlile and In
ttantancoii. odUaiipolntmeiit, 'I'lie gen
uine W. A. Batclielor'M Hair Dyo produce).
Immediately a natural lilaek or In-own. Docs
not ttnln tlio tklnhilt li'acttlin hair clean
colt and lieautirul. Tlio only Mfo nnd per
fect hair dye. Sold by nil druitiilft. Fac
tory, 10 Bond ttreet, N. Y.
10-coil-7w-ly.
ON MAR1UAGK.
Happy relief to yotmjr. men from the cffccti
oi error anu nou'ex in cany uie. .Maniiood
restored, impedimenta to .Marriage re
moved. New method of treatment. Now
and rcmarknlito rcmcdlc.. Book nnd crlcti-
lars cent frco, in xcaled envelop.
Addre., HOWARD ASSOCIATION, No,
2 South Ninth St., Philadelphia, l'a. an In
Mlttitlon havliiK a lilh reputation for honor,
ahlo conduct and profetclonal klll.
6-lod.tw3m
I (IKNTS AN i ni f jr an tntirely n
ilcinatlni; work of iimmul Inlcrcil.
TJ3.E3 HCOHVEIB OIF1
GOD'S PEOPLE.
I ho trranilet and inot pojiiilai- hook old,
now h'IIIiik latter than any other three hook
eoinhincd. Nearly two hundred Miperh en
(rravliiK. One ArciiI took one huinlrcd nnd
louneen in lell nay. I lie liet ehanee to
make money ever ollered. Airent wanted
everywhere. Semi for our circular with
term, (tiiitiirpaed), di'M-rlptlnii, endorse
ment", ete. F. A. IH'TCIIINSdN,
1-I7ilw 1 in Uri N. llth M., St. Loitl, Mo.
THE MOJlMOX WIFE.
Thl thrllllni,' hook comprNe the aihen
Hire ami exporlcnci' ol a woman written
by hertelf ror year the wife or a Mormon
prophet dlt'IoliiL' neryililiii: the niot
liici iiatlnjr hook extant. Steel portrait of
iiiu.-kiiuiore.,ionraiit oi leauuitf .Mormon,
Lire and Scenes In L'tali, ete. Aifent
Wanted. Addre
, VAI.LCY ITBLLSIIINO CO.,
10.17il.Vwlm St. Lou!, .MIouii.
CLKAR A A' J)
HARMLESS AS WATER,
2ST A TT A W.!
CRYSTAL DISCOVBItY l'OIt THE
HAIR.
A !IPrr,f.tle ft,.ll- tiriltfirnltnl, It, r.,i..
tin. a (fnilv ntmlii'il i u!it,.r r,it- fitkiI,,..
to LTIV llnlr II ll.lllll-nl i.nlnr in. I viill,ri,l
appearance, to eradicate ami prevent iliiml
mil', to promote the ijrowth ol the hair and
top ItMulllnjroiit. It I entirely harmle,aiid
perfectly Ircy from anv poUou'ou hiih-tance
and will, therefore, take the place of all thu
uiriy nun iinpieaniii ireparatloii now In
ue. Numerous testimonial have heen sent
us from many of our uio.t prominent citi
zen. In eU'iylbhw In which the articles
now In tt-o are objectionable, CRYSTAL
msroVKitv. u niTf,.,.i. n u w,,P--.,i.i
ty contain neither suirar of Lead Sulphur or
Mtrali! of Sill i.r. It dn,i mil knit H... ..ttl,,.
or scalp, is iiKreeably iieiTumeil. and makes
one of the bet di-elns for the llalr In ue.
It restores the color of the llalr "more per
fect aud uniformly than any other prepara
tion,"' and always does so 'in from three to
ten das. virtually leeillnj; the roots with the
uoui'lsliilii.' iualities neees-arv to it Krowth
and healthy condition : It retors the du-
eayeu anil iiiuuees u new (,'rowth of the
Hair more positively than nu tiling else.
Till! illllllirntloll of IliU Winn li.rfiil .ll.,.,,v.
cry also irnduee a pleaaiit ami roolliin
ellect on the scalp and jitves thu llalr a
pieaui); anu eieani appcanmce.
Call at your ilrui-t lor it and take no
other. If he has not Kot It let him order it
I'rlee 1 jier bottle.
ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Wa-hliiL'ton D,(.',,
.I011NSTON. IIOLLOWAY .V ('(.,
Oem-ral Aircnt. l'hiladclphla,
.JNO. V. Hl-'.VItV nml V. I!. Wkl.lSJ ro
New York, and to bu had ol Wholesale
UlUfc'Slbts, everywhere. (MMltl
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
Soothing Remedy!
WHITCOMB'Sliu
8YRUP. l,h
FnbJan Conrnliloni am
cornel til dlitwM InclJ
InCautl and CblMrtn.
MRS, t r
WHITCOMB'S rx
I ... in.ul.
jioweie. fiuu iucii. aics
procei ot Teething,
Fnbdars Conralitom and orer- I r9
enrnei all d!ieaM Incident to Y SSTTi
CEHTS .
CnrM riirrhott, Pjitntt-
ii.i sumtnsr rompiaim,
Chlldrtn of all tgei.
r.f llf Tf pain, wtalcseit or ox- I tsi
hauitlon In 16 or 20 inluutM, giv- S&3
lu tout aud powtr to the tjitem. j q j-jjg
It ti tho Infanti' and Chlidrcn'i Orttt Poolblcx
Remedy, In all dliordert Lrougbt on by tMlblcg or
bur ottiercauie.
lit (.articular In railing far MRS. WHITCOMD'S
SYKLT, and tale no other.
l'reparedbr tlio URAFTOM MEDICS. K CO,, St.
7-ouii, Io'. Sold tij DrnggUta and Doaltrt lo
Mf-dlclrms OTarywhcrw.
q, BUY, MC AND I a 00 YOUflQUn
lloOTflAHT
PILLS.
Ilr claanilnc the blood and aromlnc the liter and
lecn-llte oreani lo a healthy action, Dr. llenry'n
Hoot and I'lant rum cure many compiainu mcu it
would not be tniipofed thoy could reuch, euch a
Ilendnche, I'liln in tho Nltle, Nunili
ne or tbollitmla mid Feet. DiiIIiicn,
Ctillliieax, ItlieuiiintlNiii, NeiirulKlii,
i.os;m or Appetite, HiiioiiM u.VHeiiirry,
Ulilncy Alfectioii. 'iillutloii. le
lillllv. Fffvera ir nil kliidH. Dvuni'n.
Hln, jiinuillce, ami oilier kin.lir.l rniiiplulnli
nrltlng from a low Hutu of the lioily, ur obitructlou
of II function!.
llelng frco from Morcnry and other poltonj they
ran bo taken nt all times and under all clrcumituu-
cc, Tithout ro;.ird to diet, lihiiiom or ileaure.
Tho ttlmiit.ilo tlio weakened end dlatcmpered
pirtilnto healthy action, glriue lliem etreiigth tu
diiburdcn theunelve and throw olf the oUtructlont
ulilch uio Ihe flr-t caus-i of (Unease, without
proiluclnir cither unuaeii or KTlplnv
All heavy and dromy eematloui, wulch are the
f.ire runners of direful dlioaeos uch a Aioilexy,
Pariil.vtleNtroI.ett.ic.ere effectually warded
off by a fewi!oeof theee learchlui; I'llli.
1'ull.llrfttuD. around eacn tol.lu C114U.0, OcrukO, rrvecU
atHpaiiUh. rrleejiCcnt.abo.
1 rrn.riM tij ine urxnon iieoiciov to.i ni. ..ouu, 119.
lUi ly Druliu aul DoaJeritu UtUklu erjrwbr.
P
Foreign" Advertisements.
IT KIHTKItPHIkE. "
$64,260
IC i:TUCKV STATU f.OTTKRV.
Legallxed hy an act of the LcgMatuiv.
The mot llhcral Lottery ever drawn. Only
1, UO ticket and :i,0M) prizes.
To he. drawn Nov. .10. IHTi, In Cot Inaton, Ky.
One Capital Prize of 25,000.
1 I'rle of .iS.Vikxi
i rrizo or. . . -j.i.vj
1 Prize of .... l,ooo
- Prize ot . mk)
:i,0W) Prize, ainoiiiitlu to
'llckel. p' Halte. sin.
win i.uiier ii-.
Ill Prize of ,!?i,'iO
W Prize or,.. (Ml
1-iO Prize of . "0
'-V1I0 Prize, of. "n
.. .lt,2fi0
Onai lei'. A.'l.
I.iitlii'li. ur,, t.li.iHnn..i i...
and drawn at the lime named, under ihe'.iil
' , " ""oni eoiiimiioncr.
Iho drawliiit will he imhlMicd M tlc
New -.ork, (JilcaKo, and Loiilvlle papers.
) e will draw a lmllar seheino ,o a.f
1 87 " al h 1 A-n ,! r" 1 1 ' l 1 1 dining the years
Remit at our rNk hy Po.l-olliee .Money or.
dergtoKlstored Letter. Draft or Kxpre'.
t3T?eiid roraelrenlar.
Addre SMITH. SIMMONS .t CO.,
1n.,. ,, . WCmlnatoii, Kv.
10-'J.ienil,vwly.
WFTE
iNTERPRISE
Tiir.
I N
ONLY UKLIAIILK (HIT DIHTHI II
TION IN THE COUNTRY!
S60.000 OO
V A L U A I. L K 0 I V V S
To lo distributed in
I.VMii Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE.
lo 00 ilrawn Mooilny, fnovem'wr 2."ith, lf"i.
Two Uuanii Oai-itals or
$o,000 each in Grkkxhacks !
Two Prizes $1,000 r
Kivol'rlzce COO S. 1 OREEN HACKS
Ten I'rizes 100 5- (
One Horse and Rusjry with Silver-Mounted
Haines, worth $(H
One I'inc-toned Ho..ewood IMano. wnrfh
live 1 1 1 1 1 I I ilnlhir. !
Slv Family Sewing Machines, - - worth
s Slim each I
Fio J.0I1I watches. V chains worth $::x) each !
He (iiild Aliiericau I llliitlnir V:it,.li,.j
worth 61'."i oiicli !
Ten Ladle-' (lold lluntlinr Watche wnrtli
4iri cadi 1
bOO C.old and Slhcr Lever Hunting AValche
(in till.) worth from fuoio f;ioo each!
(iold Chain, SiUcr-ware, .lewelrv. ete.
tHiolo nuniher (iills, (i..VH). TicketH Llml-
leu inm.inm:
AOKNTS WANTKD To SKLD TICKKTS.
To whom Llhcral Premium wdl he paid.
Slniilu Tickets ei 1 Six Tickets ?:; Twcl.c
I lekcts 310; Twenty-live Tickets t20.
Clriiiiars contHiDltiK lull Hat of prises, il
tcriptlon of the manner ot ilrawlnx, and other
information in reference lo the distribution, ill
bo tent to any one onlerius them. All letters
must b addressed to t,. I). hlNE, llox, 80,
main orrici, Cincinnati, O.
101 Westolli u nnr-uAilU
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTKIIY.
Leoalizkd iiv Statk Authority and
Dkaw.v in l'UllLIC in 3T. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMUERS.
Glass L ro hk Drawn Nov. 30, 1872
6,880 Frizes, Amountlnc to $300,000.
I I'rlienf. ffioiwi
I
so
III
Tickets
of
of.
of
of.
ol
of.
of
of
$10;
I.1.4MI
10,000
V'U
,UKJ
2,600
1,0110
611
2.'0
Half
too Prise of. t 100
III 1,IJ
nf.
of.
of.
of
of
of.
of.
tm
.100
250
2(iO
160
U-0
10
Tirkots. $5: Ouartor
Tlckot?. S3 00.
Our lotteries are charieted. Iiy the) Htate, are
always drawn at tho time named, nnd all draw
ings are under the tupcirlsion of sworn com-
iiii-niniiers.
The official drawing will he niib!lhe, In the
St. Loul paper anil a copy of dranlng sent to
purchaers of tickets.
H'ewlll draw nslmllar scheme tho last day of
ejery month ilurlnK the ear Wl.
Ketnitat ottr risk by )ostntnto mnnejr order,
retllstcreil letter, draft or express. Send fur cir
cn.jr. Addrees, .MUltliAY, MILLKK i CO.,
I'. 11. tsix SI1S. .St. I.oiiIh, Mo.
4-lndawlr
THK KENTUCKV
WBRARY GIF1 CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
SoOO.OOO IN HANK TO PAY ALL (1IFTS.
A Kl'LL DllAWINd l.V SlIlllT.
100,000 Foil ONLY SIO.
At Ihe Second Oraud (illt Concert tuithor-
Uki hy special act of the legislature, lu aid
of thu Public Library of Kentucky, uimwilil-
amy iios'poneti irom foiueiiiner "is to lie-
cemlier 1, anil wlilcliiioltlvelvaml unetUlv
oeallv occurs in Louf!lle, Ky. December
7, 182, without further tlelay on any ticcount
whatever, thu IoIIowIiik ca-h Kilts are lor
ili-lrihutioii hy lot anioiif.' ticket holders:
onkhkand'oift. cash t?iiHi,(so
ON'i: (IRANI) OIFT .... fiO.noO
1 Cllll Ulft i',ll( I Cull t;il...',lleir.h
. zi) i.i
I Cath (lift
1 Cmh (lift
1 C.nhtiif
I Cash (lilt
1 Cah (lift
1 Cash (lift
1 Cash (lift
I Cash (iih
I Cash (lift
1 L'ashlilfl
l.V"!
10,000
IIJIIMI
S.MSI
7,000
11,111.1
,'i,lIO
a.mHi
14 Ca.litolu. 1 .issirarh
SO Cashtllfis. !Hle.v.li
21 Cash (lifts. Sim each
2.1 Cash lllfts. "ic.ich
M fashions, UHIc-ii.1.
15 Cash Gifts, fssleach
M Cash lllfts, rich
10 Cah(iifis, :i'0c.i.:li
UHI Cash (lifts. 2iH)a-h
1112 Cash (lifts. l0c.'.:!i
I.ltSONAL. TICKNOR CO.. tin.
celebrated Clothiers, announce the In
troduction of u plan of ordering cloth
liur by letter, to which tliey call your
especial aiietmoii, 1 uey w in, on ap
plication, semi youilielr Iniptcncil ami
accurate rules for Scll'-.Meauicment,
niu-ii'aieii t irciuur nun i'rlee l.lt,
with a lull lino of samples, from theii
iininciiu slock of Cloth, Casslnieivs,
.Vc, tve, thus eiiahlint; parties in nuy
part of thu cnunti- to order clothln
direct from their house, with the cer
tainty of receiving iinnciUn ol tho
wry latest stylo and most perfect lit
attainable. '
(iootls ordeied will bu sent bv ex
press to bu paid for on delivery," wltli
thu umlurstaudlii;; that If not satisfac
tory, they can bu i-utuiiieil at Ticknot-'a
uviicnse.
As is well known IhroiiL'hout the
South and Wont, they" havo for seven
teen yeam KXOKLLKD In all depart
menu of their business, which Is a
guarantee a to tint character nt tho
good- they send out.
Your orders are solicited and when
III St. LotiU, you ate Invited lo call at
thu ux ensivu establWimunt of Tick
nor .t Co,, mauiifactiirurs ami rctallci-s
of men and boysClothliiL' anil Fiirnl-h-iliK
(loods, ml and Ikvl Norlh Fourth
street. St. Louis. .Mo. Hoys clotliuuf
spcciultv Iti-ITW-'ui
Foreign Advertisements.
ISf
TOTAL, 1,000 (illTS, ALL CASIl..t?:00.000
Tho money necessary to pav in lull all tl I
otlorcd (-ifs is now upon deposit In Lie
Farmers' and !rocrs. llauk, as will bo -ecu
hy the followliu; certllicato of the cashier 1
FAltMKItS' ANI DltOVKrs Hank, 1
I.0UUVII.1.K. Ky.,Scpt. 'JO, 187'J. 1
This is to certify that thuro is now on ilc-
posit In this hank over a half a million ol
dollars to thu crcd! ot the (illt Con 'urt
Fund. SWKWaiO of which held by this Irink
asTreastuerof thu Public Library of Ken
tucky to pay off all gifts to bu awarded at tho
drawing.
It. S. VKACH, Cashier.
PIUCU OF TICKKTS.
Wholo tickets, $11); halves, ifS; otiartnr,
$!..'); 11 whole tickets for $100; '28 lor $2iV,
Ml for t?.VH): llll for SI.OOO: ''.i for icc.r00-. UV,
lor f.'iooo, No discount on less than $100
worm 01 ueiveis at a time.
The drawing will positively and iiucnutv
ocally taku tilacu December 7. AircuU aru
pcreinptorlUy retnilred lo clou sale nnd.
nut Is u returns December 'i", In order to glvo
amph) tlmu for thu llnal arrangements. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circulars
siioiini ,110 attiii esseit to
(IOV. THOS. K. RRAMLKTTK.
Agent, Kentucky Pnbllu Library, J'Mt
Lfijrary lltilldlng, Louisville, Ky.
ijiii jj i.b.ilj. Aii.m
n,,' c not a vile rancj int
i?eft...f ' nor K'.'m' wllr. '"roof splilli and
in PS .2 '.lfln,r. doclorcd. spiced, anil urecteoed
. iR,'f,iScll,,c,.ft:i,llc'1 "Tonic." "Appetlxcm,"
' Ilestorcr," Ac, that lead tho tippler on to drank.
5wS?K .In"1- ,ml Bre ,ruo MMicine, made
from tho native roots anil herb, of Callfortili, free
mm Alcouoltc stlmutantii. They in the Oreit
0ncnl."lfl'.'l?,, n Utr-smg ITfnclpte.arcrlect
Itonovator and Imrltjorator or the System, rarry ln
off all poisonous mailer and restoring the Wood
o a healthy condition, enriching; It, refreshing and
InvhjoraUnB hotli mind and hody. The are casr
of administration, prompt In their anion, certain
In their results, safe and rellahle In all forms of
illeae.
I.?.- !r,?,, ," uk ' IIHIera accohl
,.?,f.,0."lrcc"on, a1"1 re'iial'iloint unwell, provided
their bones arc not destrojed hy mineral poison
or otlier means, nnd the vital orRati. wasted hetond
tho point of repair.
,.,,l,eP'"',Ir.illKeallou, lleadoehe, fain
in tho Miuuldors, CouRh, Tlithtness of Ihe Chest.
Hlzilne. our Krtirtalloti of the Stomach. Bad
Taste In the Jtmith. Innmi.1 aiia.s- iNiih.inH .
the Heart. Inrtammatlon of the Lumra, laln Id Hi
rciHon or the Kldncis.amt a hundred other ptlntal
j tnitoms, are tho orrsptlniaot Dyspepsia, In these
complaints it has no equal, and oue bottle will
linno a better Kuarnutee of Its merits than a
Iciiitlliy ndvcrlhcment.
Km- Krmnle Complaints, In yoonit c bU,
married or slnjle, at the dawn of womanhood, or
the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters UIpUy 10 ilc
(hied uu Influence that a marked Improtcmcnt h
soon iierrrptllile.
Kor liiltnimiiatoi y and Chronic Ulien
nuilaiii and (.'out, Dtspcpsia or ImllKi.tli.ti, tin.
Ion. Itcmlltent nod lulcrmlttent levers. Diseases
pf the Illorsl, Mver, Kidneys and Uladdcr, Ihesa
Hlttcrj havo been most successful. Such DIseiAci
nre caitcil tiy Vitiated Wood, which Is generally
produced by GcranKcment of the Dlgcatlve Driraus.
Tliey are is tieiille PurRallvr well a
nToiilc, posscsslti also tho peciillur merit or oil
Inir a a powerful ntrcnt lu rellevlnu Congestion or
Inflammation of the Liver and Visceral Orirans and
111 lltlluus teae.
For Wkln Ulaeases, Kruptlon. Teller. Salt.
Rheum, lllotches. Spots, rimules. rimtuim, Itolls.
Carbuncle, Itlnn-worms, .scaid-llead, More V.yn.
Kryslpclas, llch, Scurfs, Dlscoloratlons ol thehlln.
Humors and Diseases, of the Skin, of whatever
name or nature, arc literacy thu; tip and ranted
out of tho system In a short time by Ihe use of lliesi
Hitlers. One bottlo In such rases vr ill convince th
most Incredulous oflliclr curative ettccts.
Cleanse the Vltlateil tllnoil whenever on
find its Impurities bursting: through ihe skin la
l'lmplcs, Krtipllons. or Sores ; rlcansc It wlicn rou
find It obstructed aud sluggish In the veins; cleauso
It when It Is foul ; your feelings will tell joti when.
Keep tho blood pure, and the health of the sistciu
will follow.
Grateful Thousajiils proclaim Visr.ruit Bit
Tttts tho most wonderful lovlgorant that ever nus.
talncd the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, nnd other Worms, lnrlilnir U
tho system of so many thousands, aru crrccitully
destroyed and removed. Says n distinguished
ph) slologlst : There is scarcely 1111 Individual on tho'
face of the earth whose body Is exempt from tho
presence of worms. It I not upon the healthy
elements of tho body that worms exist, but upon
tho diseased humors and slimy deposits that breed
these living monsters ot disease. No system of
inedlcluc, no vermifuges, no nntlielnilnltlu, ts )ij
free tho system from worms like these Ultters.
Hcvlsssntcstt Ulaeaaea. Persons engaged til
ralnts and Minerals, audi ns l'lumtiers. Type
setters, (lold-ueatcrs, and Miners, ns they advanca
In life, arc subject to paralysis of the lionel. To
guard against this, take a dose of W'ALrEU'K Vis
kuaii Hitters twice a week.
Illllous, ncnilttent, ami Intertullteui
Fevers, which arc ao prevalent lu the valleys of
our great rivers throughout the United Slates,
especially thoso of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Bed,
Colorado, llrazos, Rio Grande, I'earl, Alabama,
Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, James, and many
others, with their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during tho Summer and Autumn,
and remarkably so during seasons of unusual heat
and drjncss, arc Invariably accompanied tijr exter,.
slve derangements of the stomach and liver, uuJ
other abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a
purgative, exerting a powerful Influence Uwn these
various organs. Is essentially necessary. There Is
no cathartic for tho pttrposo equal to Da. J. Walk.
Eli's Vineoak 1IITTEK3, as they will speedily
remove the dark-colored viscid matter with which
the bowels are loaded, al the same lime stimulating
the secretions of the liver, and generally restoring
the healthy functions of tho digestive organs.
Scrofula, or King's Kyll, White Swellings.
Ulcers, Kryslpclas, Swelled Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous
Inflammations. Indolent inflammations, Mercurial
Affections, Old Sores, Eruptions of Iho Skin, Hore
Kjes, etc., etc. lu these, as In all other constitu
tional Diseases, Wai.keh'.s VtsEuin Brrreas have'
shown their great curative powers In tho lunai
obstluato and intractable cases.
Ur. Walker's California Vinegar Bu
te is act on all theso cases In a similar manner.
Hy purifying the Illood they remove the cause, and
by resolving away tho effects of tho Inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) tho affected parts receive
health, and a permanent cure ts effected.
The properties of Diu W'ALIER'S Vineoak
lltrmis nio Aperient. Diaphoretic, Carminative,
Nutritious, laxative. Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
Irritant, Mhlortllc, Alterative, and Antl-UlUoas.
The Aperient nnd mild I-axatlve properties
of Kit. U'Ai.kEii'.s Viseoab IllTTKKS are the best
safo-guartt In cases of eruptions and malignant
fever. Their balsamlo, healing, and soothlni pro
tH'rtlcs protect Iho humors or the fauces. Thelr
.sed.illvo properties allay pain la the nervous sys
tem, stomach, and bowels, from tnflimraaUoa,
wind, colic, cramps, etc
Their Counter-irritant Influeacs ex
tends throughout tho system. Their Autl DUlsus
properties stimulate tho liver, la the secretion of
bile, nml Its discharges through the biliary ducts,
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the care
of Illllous Fever, 1'cver and Ague, etc.
Fortify Ihe body against disease by
purifying all Its fluids with Vinioar Brrrins. No
epidemic ran take hold of a system thus fort-armed.
Directions. Take of the Bitters on lolng to
tied at night from a half to one and one-half wine-
giasstui. r.ai goon nounsning ioou, sucn aa Deer
steak, mnttuti chop, venison, roast beef, and vef e-
tames, uuu iaao oui-uoor exercise, inrj are
composed of purely vegetable lngredlenta, and
contain no spirit.
II. II. MeOO!VAU t CO..
DnicirUts and Uen. Agts.. San Francisco. OsL. a
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Bui.11 ui Ai.ii mtuuuiaia m iiuilll,
One Ur. llenry'sj World'a Tootle suisl .
Blood PnrUsr.1
It Is the great household ren edy, pleasant to
lulx1, yet potent for tbe prevention and cure of
diseases. It Is better than Hitters, coroial,
IlucluiorSarsaparllU. Bold by Druggist
Ir. Henry'a Root and Plant P11U.
Mild yet thoroogh no names orgrlplng-en-Irilyvegetable
greet liver remedy. I'rlee M
:cnts. Sold by Druggists.
Jtn. Wlilteomb'a Srap.
The great soothing remedy. Price only IS
irnta, Gives rest to the mother ana health to
.ho child Sold by Druggists.
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