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CURIOUS AND SCIENTIFIC
New Fobd,?Tljo English papers note
the claim of the Dutoh ohomist who
professes to havo discovered what he
calls " the successor of steam/' which
he gives the soientiflo name of carbole
urn. It in a form of carbolic acid, and
Mr. Bemis, the discoverer, says it oan
be made to perform many of the duties
now performed by steam, besides being
much more portable and more quickly
available. The beauty of the discovery
to the English mind, supposing it to be
of practical importance, is that it will
lead to the utilization of the chalk cliffs
and lime deposits of England, so that
as the end of coal mining draws near a
new resource for fuel will be available.
Bismuth.?M. Oarnot reperts'tho dis
covery of a bed of bismuth in the
mountainous region which separates the
departments of Bresse and Dordogne.
The bed has been known to him for a
considerable time, but notnntil reoently
has he found that it oan be profitably
worked. It occurs in combination with
lead, antimony, iron and oaloium; but
M. Oarnot has devised a prooeas by
which the bismuth may be extracted in
a pure state. Already a tolerable quan
tity has been supplied to dealers in
Paris. This discovery by M. Oarnot is
deemed a valuable one, as bismuth has
lately brought a high price, owing to its
increased use, and to the near exhaus
tion of the deposit in Saxony, whioh
has been one of the important sources
of its supply. Of late the Bolivia
mines have almost exclusively sustained
the requirements of commerce in thin
linei I _
The Flora of Florida.?The flora
of northern Florida inoludes 1,511
species of phenogamous or flowering
plant, 875 of which occur in the north
ern states. Of the remainder, 234 ex
tend to North Carolina, 113 to South
Carolina, 108 to Georgia, 3 to Tennes
see, 53 westward, ana 15 to southern
Florida. Of the 125 species whioh be
long exclusively to Florida, only 9 havo
been found in the southern part of the
state ; and of the 1,511 speoies referred
to .Florida, 1,487 are not known to
grow m the southern park. Only 87
speoies are ns yet known to be peculiar
to southern Florida, but 231 speoies are
found within its borders which do not
extend north of Tampa bay. But 8
speoies of West Indian woody plants
occur in Florida, and but 6 in Key
West. The interior of southern Florida
and the distinctive characteristics of its
vegetation are not known.
is mado in the application of photo
graphy "to various branches of engrav
ing. The arts of photo-lithography and
photo-plate printing have lately been
supplemented by certain proecesses,
which are called by those who employ
them "photo-graving." These opera
tions, thongh their details are jealously
kept secret, may be safely said to de
pend largely upon producing, by means
of bi-ohromatized gelatin, from an ordi
nary glass negative of the drawing or
engraving, a relief plate in metal, either
an electrotype or stereotype, as may be
desired. This mny then be employed
as usual in the printing-press. Origi
nal pen-drawings and copies from wood
outs, steel or lithographic engravings
are reproduced with exqnisito fidelity,
and it is said very cheaply. Tho ability
to employ a relief plate in the printing
press of oonrse greatly lessens the ex
pense of subsequent printing as com
pared with other methods. Photo-en
graving of the oharaoter here referred
to is at present carried on in New York
Strength op Metals, Woods, Etc.?
It is a remarkable provision of nature
that iron, whioh is the most abundant
material yielded by tho earth, is also
the strongest of all known substances.
Made into the best steel, a rod one
fourth of an inch in diameter will sus
tain 9,000 pounds before breaking;
made into soft steel, a rod of the same
dimensions will snstain 7,000 pounds ;
into iron wire, 6,000; wronght iron 4,
000 ; inferior bar iron, 2,000, and oast
iron 1,000 to 3,000. A bar of copper
wire of the same size will sustain 1,000
pounds ; of silver, 2,000 ; gold, 2,500 ;
tin, 800; oast zino, 1G0; cast lead, 50,
and milled lead, 200. Of wood, a bar
of box and locust of equal size will
sustain 1,200 pounds ; of toughest ash,
1,000, elm, 800; beeoh, cedar, white
oak, pitch pine, GOO; chestnut and
maple, 650; and poplar, 400. Wood
whioh will boar a heavy weight for a
minute or two will break with two
thirds tho force acting a long time. A
rod of iron is about ton times as strong
as hemp cord. A ropo an inoh in diam
eter will bear about 2} tons, bat in prac
tice it is not safe to subject it, to a strain
of moro than about a ton. Decrease
the Tope in diameter one-half, and its
strength will decrease three-fourths.
Thus a ropo half an inoh in diameter
will sustain one-fourth ns much as a
rope an inoh in diameter.
GRASsnorr-ERs as Food.?In view of
tho famine whioh Minnesotians are suf
fering in consequence of the ravages of
the grasshopper, tho editor of the Nat
uralist gravoly advises the people to
turn to and devour the pests that are
devouring them. From his own per
sonal knowledge, ho states that the
grasshopper makes a very palatable
nrticlo of diet, whon killed by boiling
water and fried in butter. Oare should
be takon, however, to cook the beast
thoroughly, as it is apt to be infested
with parasites that die hard?the hair
snake, for instance, which, as wo havo
heretofore mentioned, has a habit of
occupying lodgings for a good portion
of its life in the interior apartments of
the grasshopper. In portions of Africa
and Western Asia, and we may add
Western Amerioa, the grasshopper is
eaten with great gusto. The Arabs,
the Hottentots and the Dakotas take
theirs roasted whole, minus the logs, or
roasted and afterward powdered and
made into cakes. Various modes of
serving grasshopper steaks might be
devised by the ingonious Blots of the
Minnesota plains; and, as neoessity is
said to bo the mother of invention, no
doubt the sharponod wits of a hungry
people, once set at the task, would pro
duce miracles in the way of grasshopper
roes s and stows, not to speak of grass
hopper sausage and [ grasshopper hash.
A not secondary advantage .resulting
has not yet been explored
from this course of dietetics would be
tho depletion of the hordes!of voraoiouo
jumping jacks that are now ^carrying all
before them, eavo tho starvation ; which
they leave in their track.
Medical Maniacs.?There are num
bers of medioal men so wedded to the
old formulas, that all changes seem to
them like innovations. These medioal
maniacs are, fortunately, incapable of
much mischief in thia practical age.
While the Vinegar Bitters are. cur inn;
indigestion, nervous debility, conutipa
tion, and countless other diseases that
defy the remedies of the pharmacopoeia,
it is impossible to thrust down the
throats of intelligent invalids " heroio'*
doses of mineral poison, or to persuade
i them to take adulterated alcohol, im
pregnated with cheap astringents, oa- 'ft
''healing balm" or a "balsamic-pre
paration." Vinegar Bitters, a pure bo
tanical tonic, and alterative, guiltless
of the ourse of distilled or fermented
liquor, is actually accomplishing what
tho mineral and alcoholic cure mongers
have so incessantly promised but have
nover yet performed; Under these cir
cumstances it is no wonder that this
medicine has taken preoedenee of all
those burning fluids miSroalled tonics.
Fever and Ague, Chill Fovcr, Kte.
A fov months af tor having oommenced tho
manufacture of Dr. Fioroo'a Oolden Medical
Discovery, the proprietor bogan to receivo
numerous letters from all parts of tho wo a torn
and southern states boBtowlng the most un
bounded praiBO upon it for having promptly
cured the writers or their frionda of fever and
ague, or othor forma uf uimnnmi!c-, arjrmala
rious diBeasoB. Ho was repeatedly urged to
mako known the wonderful virtues of tho Dis
covery in the en.ro of ague and: kind rod dis
eases. He always ropliod that it was not in
tended for a "cure all," and should he rocom
I mend it to people as a remedy for so many dif
! forout forms aud olassoa of dlaoasoa, ho feared
thoso who had nover tested its virtues would
at once class it among tho numerous humbugs
of the day. This answer was satisfactory to
no ono; they argued that tho whole country
ought to know it at once, and oxpreasod their
astonishment at his indifferenco to the sub
ject. His oar and heart being at all times
open to tho call of Buffering humanity, he has
at last, aftor having received testimony from
hundreds who have been speedily cured by it,
and many of them aftor quinia and all tbo
usual moans had failed, consented to mako tho
Newman, Jefferson county, Kansas,)
Januarys, 1878. f
Dr. Pierce?Having used a few bcttloa of
your Oolden Modloal Discovery, and believing
It to bo the very beat medicine for chills ana
fever, I wish to buy it by tbo dozen: please givo
mo your price for it. Bev. Tnos. O Bielly.
Gbbatnebs is like a laced coat from
Monmouth street, whioh fortune lends
us for a day to wear; to-morrow puts it
on another's back.?Fielding.
Ladles Desire what Men Admire. And
this little thin;; 1b beauty. What do we say* Is
bcautlTal? A transparent complexion nr.aa luxu
rious head of hair. What will produce these? Ha
gun's Magnolia Balm will make any lady of llslrty
appear bat twenty; and Icon's Catbalron will
keep every hair In Its place, and make tt crow like
the April grass." It prevents tho balr from turn.
Ing gray, eradicates Dandruff, and is Ibe finest |
llulr Oresslng lu the world, and at only half ordi
nary cost. If you want to get rid of sallownets,
plmploi, ring marks, motb patches, etc., don't for
get the Magnolia Balm, ladles.
Howard ?I will glvo |100 for any case ol flesh,
bone or muee'e ailment like rheumatism, bruUe.
spavin, strain or lamenets, upon cither man or
animal, which the Mexican Mustang Liniment
will not cure when med according to directions*
Near thirty 9rare bus proved It to be the most
wonderful remedy for neuralgia, burns, swellings,
enlargod Joints, hoof all, screw worm, ntlng,
caked breasts, etc., ever discovered. Who will let
a hone limp when Mustaug Liniment will cure it t
Who will let a child try and suffer from bruises er
chilblains wben tho Mustang will prevent il?
Who will pay largo doctors' hills wben they can
buy Mexican Liniment for SO cts. and |1.00? It is
wrapped la a steel-plate label, signed "Q. W.
Westbrook. Chemist." Wm. E. Evcraon, agent.
Founded on a Jtuek I?Tbe disappointed ad
venturers who have from time to time attempted
to run their worthless potion* against Plantation
Bitters, vow that they cannot understand what
foundation there is for Its amazing popularity
Tho explanation Is clmp'.e enough. Tbe reputa
tion of tbo world-renowned tonio is-founded npon
a rock, the Rook of Experience.
Flour, dull and prices drooping at $4.00?
7.05. Corn, in fair demand and lower rates,
90($92o. Oats, dull and drooping at 58).;?.
Lard, no demand but firm at I6@17d. Bacon,
excited and higher at IOJ-jC. for shonldors;
clear rib, 15@15#c.
Flour, quiet and uncbangod at $4.50(5)6.50.
Wheat, steady with a moderate demand; at
$1.20. Corn, steady with a modorato demand
at 90@05o. Oats, 62@65c. Lard, l<;).j'c. ?a
con, shoulders, He.; clear rib Bides, 14%o;
cloar sides, 14%o. Hams, augar-curod, 16c. all
packed. Whisky, demand fair and market nrm
at $1.04. _
Flour, steady and In modorato demand;
Bitporflno western and state, $firstname.lastname@example.orgO ; ex
tra Ohio, $5.15(5)6.00 ; St.'Loula, $email@example.com.
closing qulot. Wheat, in' fair demand and
lower; No. 2 Chicago, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn, a
Bbade firmer at 89@90o. Oats, firmer at 60@
G4o. Sogar, firm and quiet at 8?^<E>8}<e.
Moss pork, dull and heavy ; new moss, $22.80.
Lard, lowor; primo steam, 14%o. Whisky, a
shade firmer und a fair business at $1.07^.
Flour, In firmer demand for Gaba at $5.85
(ffi?.OO, for cboioo, XXX ; choice, $0.50(5)7.00.
Corn firmer ; mixed, 05o: yollow, 87o; white,
$1. Bran, firmer at $1.10(g)1.20. Hay, cboico,
$20. Mess pork, qulot and firm at $15.25.
Dry salt meats, aoarco at OJtfc. Bacon, In de
mand and very atrong; shoulders, lie: clear
rib, 15ijf@10Wo. WbiBky, In light supply ;
Louisiana, $1.03 s western, $1.05(5)1.08. Cof
fee quiet; ordinary to prime, 16@20o. Corn
meal, $3.G5. _
Flour, dnll and prices lower; superfine,
$4,00 ; extra family, $5: No. 1. $5.75 ; fanoy,
$0.50. Wheat, dnll and lowor; rod, $00; am
bor, $1.00; white. $1.05. Corn, dull and
lowor at 70@74c. OatB, 45@48o. Byo, higher
at 95o. Moss pork qalet at $28.50. Bacon,
activo and higher ; shonldors 10,' (c.; olear
rib, 14o; oloar, 15c. Bngar-cnrod hams, \4%o\
plain, 14o. Bulk moats, activo and higher ;
shonldors, 9Wo; eloar rib, 180%; oloar, 13!ko.
Lard, 16)^0. Whisky, 99o.
CilAHLKsroN.-Cotton dull -middling, 15J^o.
Nashville.?Cotton?quiet and unchanged
Memphis.?Cotton?Fair quiet and unchan
ged; middling, \b%o.
Bavannah.?Cotton qulot?middling, 15)?o;
low middling, 15o ; good ordinary 14o.
Galveston.? Cotton is dull?middling, lOo ;
low middling, 15o ; good ordinary. 14o.
Mouile.? Cotton weak?middling, 15J^o;
low middling, 14%o : good ordinary, 14c.
New Oiileans.?Cotton? Dumand limited.
Good ordinary to strict good ordinary, 14k(5>
15Xo; low middling to strlot low middling,
16^(5)lfi>^o; middlings to strict middling,
The Texas Itlmf witale DUirllmUon.
- 8146,000 in gold, houBo? aad lands in differ
ent portloue of the Btate, at Houston, Texas,
.October 32,t:vQoL: Jh JE.. FpVtor, Manager, la
spokoh of in nigh torms by mo press ox xoxas.
Only 73.000 tlokoto are leaned, at 92 each, and
the public may feel uafo In investing In it, as
it is in tho hands of men who oan be depended
upon. ? Oommunica'cd.
Wn Cm, very favorable enoominum
regarding thd Elmwood and Warwick collars
manufactured by the Narraganeott Collar com
pany. VlfRM collars have linen facing, and
owing tdthtfpocnliarity'nf out, are gloat com
fortabloWNHioat fitting articlos. The edges
of tho collars are 'folded' in unriernonth all
around, thuKTfitrerMthem?g tho cellar and pro
venting.thojpointairom tinning up. f Wo ro
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*XMT Bend for " Illustrated ( ataloguo""Va
Before Buying Elsewhere.
The Crucial Teat of tho^aluo of a medicine
Is time. Docs experloiico confirm the claims put
forth In Its favor at tho outset.? N the grand ques
tion." Apply this crltorlon,8ostniple,yct Bo tenrcli
Ing, to Warrant's KfTorvescont Weltrer Apcrleni.
How has It worn? What baa been fta history?
IIow does It stand to day T - ?
TAKR42fT'd SELTZER APERIENT
Is a household name throughout the United Slates.
It Is administered as a specific, an-l with succors,
In dyaoepsla, sick hcadacho. nervous debil ty,
llvi r complaint, bilious, remlttenio, bowel com
plaints (especially rr.nstlpation.) rheunmilstn.
gout, gravel, nausea, the complaints peculiar to
the maternal sex, and alt typos or Inflammation.
Ho mild Is It In Its operation that It can bo given
with perfect safety to tbe feeblest child; and so
agreeable Is It to the tmhlo. so refreshing to tbe pal
ate, that children never rtntase to la e It. For sale
by all druggists.
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TOnKY, Lebanon, Tenn., or Nashville, Xeun.
Dr. J. Walker's California Yin
egar Bitters aro a purely Vegetable
nioparation, made chiefly from tho na
tive herbs found on the lower ranges oi
tho Sierra Nevada mountains of Califor
nia, the rcedioinal properties of which
aro extracted therefrom without tho use
of Alcohol. The question Is almost
daily asked, "What is the cause of the
unparalleled success of Vinegax Bit
tersT" Our answor is, that they remove
the cause of disease, and tho patient ro
covors his health. Thoy are tho groat
blood purifier and a llfo-giving princlpio,
a perfect Benovator and Invigorator
of the system. Novor before in the
history of tho world haa a medicine been
compounded possessing tho remarkable
<] nah ties of Vikboar Bittbrs in healing the
sick of every disease man is hoir to. They
aro a gontlo Furgativo as -well as a Toni
relieving Congestion or Inflammation .
tho Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilioua
The properties of Dr. Walxeb,*
Vinroab Bittbrs aro Aperient, Diaphoreoo.
Carminativo, Nutritious, Laxative, Diuretic
Sedative, Oeuntor-Irritant, Sudorific, Alterr
live, and Anti-Bilious.
Orateftil Thousands proclaim Vin
kg Ait Bitters the roost wonderful In
riistrant tlmt ovor sustained the sinking
No Person can take these Bitters
according to directions, and remain long
unwell, provided their bones are not de
stroyed by mineral poison or other
means, and vital organs wasted beyond
15ilions, Remittent and Inter
mittent Fevers, which are so preva
lent in the valleys of our great rivers
throughout tho United States, especially
thoso of tho Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri,
Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkan
sas. Bed, Colorado, Brazos, Bio Grande,
Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah, Bo
auoke, James, and many othors, with
their vast tributaries, throughout our
entire country during the Summer and
Autumn, and remarkably so during sea
sons of unusual heat and dryncss, are
invariably accompanied by extensive de
rangements of tho stomach and liver,
and other abdominal viscera. In their
treatment, a purgatlvo, exerting a pow
erful influence upon these various or
gans, is essentially necessary. There
is no cathartic for the purpose equal to
Da. ?T. Walker's Vinegar Bitters,
as they will speedily remove the dark- ?
colored viscid matter with which tho
bowels aro loaded, at tho same time
stimulating the Becretlons of tho liver,
und generally restoring tho healthy
functions of the digestive organs.
Fortify the body against disease
by purifying all Its fluids with Vinegar
Bitters. No epidemic can take hold
of a system thus fore-armed.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head
ache, Pain in tho Shoulders, Coughs,
Tightnes' of tho Chest, Dizziness, Soui
Eructat.ons of tho Stomach. Bad Taste
in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpi ta
tation of the Heart, Inflammation of the
Lungs, Pain in the region of the Kid
ileys, and a hundred other painful symp
toms. are the oflsurincs of Dyspepsia
One bottle will prove a better guarantoe
oi its merits than a lengthy advertise
Scrofula, or King's Evil, White
Swelling?,, Ulcers, Erysipelas, Swelled
Neck, Goitre, Scrofulous Inilumnnitions,
Indolent 'inflammations, Mercurial Af
fection;!, Old Sores, Eruption? of the
Skin. Boro Eyes, t\Ui In those, aa in all
other constitutional DiwiiHes, \V a mum's
VtNEOAit BiTTuns have shown their groat
curative power? in tho nio?t obstinate
and intritotnhlo pokiv
For Inflammatory and Chronic
?Rheumatism, Gout, Bilious, Remit
tent and Intermittent Fevers, Diseases ol
tho Blood, Liver, Kidneys and Bladder,
these Bitters have no equal. Such Discasct
aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
Mechanical Diseases.?Persons on
gaged in Paints and Minerals, such as
('lumbers, Type-setters, Gold-boaters, ami
Miners, an thoy udvanco in life, aro subject
to paralysis of tho Bowels. To guard
against this, tako a doso of .Walker's Vin
kua u U itters occasionally.
For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tet
ter, Salt-Ithoum, Blotches, Spots, Pimples
I'astnles, Boils, Carbuncles, Ring-worms.
Scald-huad, Soro Eyos, Erysipolas. Itch,
Scurfs, Iliscolorations of tho Skin, Humors
and Diseases of the Skin of whatever nanm
or natura, aro literally dug up and carried
out of th? system in a short time by tho usi
of these Bitters.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms,
lurking in tho system of so many thousands,
aro effectually destroyed and removed. No
systom of medicine, no vermifuges, no an
t iiel mini ties will free tho systom from worms
like theso Bitters
For Female Complaints, in young
or old, married or single, at the dawn of wo
manhood, or tho turn of life, these Tonic
Hitters display so decided an influence that
improvement is soon perceptiblo.
C.eansc the Vitiated Blood whon
ovei you find its impurities bursting through
the skin in Pimples, Eruptions, or Sores;
cleanse it when you find it obstructed and
siuggish in the veins; cleanse it when it Is
foul; your feelings will tell yon when. Keep
tho blood pure, und the health ot the system
lt. II. Alt DONALD At CO.,
l>rujrirhiU&i?l(}eii <u-'s San Franclsou California
an-i ot W^sntnif'^t wl Charlptn Ms > tt
?..ih .'iv ??>? nau ihth *nn Otaturt,
EvHiY BAXxen, Bddinksa Man, Ci.kbk, Ear
if ku and i'LANTKn Rhouli hnvoa copy. Mo
youiiK man ran afford to be without It. I'onUiru
i>a'd on rrretpt of onk dollar. Illusirattil circu
lar. -210 pages. t?> any adclrosn.
W. H. SADDIiKR, rubllnher, Baltlniore, Mil.
rrm i n-Ths ofcelom la Me warld.?laMMtv
X auk) pie ar Uel?! ?Immi every body; T.-afle eon.
Unuallr Increasing; Agents wanted everywhere;
best ledooomenu: don't watte Une; send for ctr'lar
leXLobert WeUa, A vesey at., II. Y?, P. O. boaXWT.
. DAVIES $c BRO.'I,
Cor. Church and Summer Ste.,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
Capital Prize. - - #50,000
To be drawn at COVINGTON, Ky., on
The last Saiurdny of each month In the Year.
SOU I'M 13.
l Prize or t-w.foo la.?.tro.ooo
1 Prise or SOooo is. 20,000
1 Prize of 10.00R is.10.000
C Prizes of 5.? o are_.78,000
10 Prises ot 2JKO are....zs.ooo
50 Prises of 1.000 are_?.60,0 o
60 Prizes of 6*0 are._25.CO0
60 Prises ot 250 are.;.12,610
100 Prizes or 100 are.~ _. 10.OU)
APPROXIMATION PR 17, K9.
Foar prises of |3,0OO approximating to fSO.OOO
prlzo uro 812,000; four prizes ot f 1.825 approxima
ting to t20,eoo prize are %SfXO\ four prizes of 1,000
approximating- to 10,00? prize are fi ODO; 6,000 prizes
of ?10 aro fW.OCO; 6,280 prizes, amounting to ?300.000.
Whole Ticket*. 8'Ot Halves. ABi Quar
Pr.an or tbi Lotteiiv.?Tho numbers from 1
wheel. The first268 prises, similarly printed and
encircled, are placed in another wheel. Ihe
wheels are then revolved, and a number Is drawn
from tho wheel ot numbers, and at the same time
a prlzo is drawn irom tho other wheel. Tbo num
ber and prize dirawv on t era opened and exh bited
to tho audience and registered by tbe commission
era, ins prise being iumxd ?saiBit the UUiuber
drawn. Ts!a operatlc-a !? repe?^d entll all the
prizes are drawn out.
Mi'UNATioN or ArraoxiUATiosr Pmzics.?
The two preceding and two tucceedlng numbers
to those drawing the first three (3) prizes, will be
entitled to the 12 approximation prises. For ex
amplo: IT ticket No. 11,2draws the to.noo dollar
rrizc, those tickets numbered 11.21s, 11.210. 11.251,
1,252. will each be entitled tot.addollars. If ticket
No. 650 draws the 20.000 dollar prize, those tickets
numbered 648.649.651.652, will each be entitled to
11625 and Boon, according to tbe above scheme.
The 6,000 prize or 10 dollars will be determined
by tbo last figure of the number that draws the
60,000dollar prize. For example: If the number
drawing the 60,000 dollar prlzo ends with 1, then
all the tickets where the number enda with 1 will
he entitled to 10dollars. If tho number enda wlih
2, then all the ticket? where tbo number enda with
2 wilt be entitled to 10 dollars, and so on to 0.
'Remember that every prize Is drawn, and
arable In full without deduction.
?ar-All prizes of |5,000 and under, paid Immedi
ately after tho drawing?ether prises at tho nsual
time of forty days.
Persons wishing to purchase tickets ?honld send
money in a registered letter, a poatofflce order, or
by express?either way Is safe.
All orders will be promptly attended to, and Im
mediately after the lottery I? drawn, the commls- j
sloucrs certified prompted drawing will be sent to I
each purchaser or tickets.
1 his lottery was established tn 1839. under a
charter a ranted by the legislature of Kentucky,
for the benefit of the University of Psdncsh..
Holders of prizes are secured by amplo bom's
deposited with the state by the lottery managers.
a similar scheme to this will be drawn the last
Pnturdav of each mouth In tho future.
The official drawings of this lottery will be pnb
llshed In the Louisville Courier-Journal, New
York Herald,and New 1 ork Hun.
Prizes Payable in Full Without Deduction.
Address orders for tickets to
No. 72, Third street, Lonlavllle, Ky.
THE NEW IMPROVED
The "Medal for Progress,"
AT V1BKNA, 1873.
Tbi Highest Obdkb or "Mkdai." awasdxd ai
No Sewing Machine Received a Higher Medal
A PKW HOOD fUS4801fSt
1.?A New Invention Thouou?hi.y TBSTKHfand
secured by Letters Patent.
a.?Makes a perfect look stitch, alike on ooth
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3.?Rons Lioht3mooth.Noiskl.kwi and Rar
?best combination of qualities.
?*.?i crabi.'h?for Year's without Repairs
?.? fill do all varieties of Work and fancy Stitch'
ing In a superior manner.
O.?Is Moil Satily 'Managed by the operator.
Length of Btltcb may be altered wblle running
and ma ne can be threaded without passing
thread > m "uKh holes,"
7. ?D gh Simple, Ingenious, Elegant, forming
the stitch without the use of ',Cog Wheel Gears
Rotary Cams or Lever Arms. Has tbe Automat*
Drop feed, which Insures uniform tensfh of stiic*
at any speed. Has our new Thread Crmlrolltr
which allows easy movement ol ueed'e-bar and
pr? ' injury to thread,
8, ?Consteoctioh moil carefni an rminnan
It I? menu fan in red by the most skillful and experi
enced mechanics, at tbe celebrated Remlnsrtoat
Armory, Illon, K. V* New York Office,
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H'AUistcr's Patent Artopticon.
The most powerful Magical Lantern
.ever made; with a brilliant Oil Lamp;
lfor bome.Hunday ccbool end lectures,
l-ltereoptlcon*. eto Hildes at reduced
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with small capital Kend stamp Tor Catalogue.
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THI8 PRINTING mw^Sf?SSS**
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by the Southern Newspaper Union. Naalivllle in
It ft. and ? ft packatea Also a full aa*>r?-ienl 01
. until rou have
AND LOW RESERVOIR
&s wo have 12 GOOD REASONS why Uxoy will
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QUICK and EASY,
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UThcy are Cheapest to bny.
They are best to asc.
CO Their bake evenly and qnlekly.
mb%Their operation ii perfeet.
ear They always have a good draft.
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^ They roast perfeetly.
f^They require bat Utile fuel.
They art very low prieed.
Ill They are easily managed.
The* are snltrd to all loeaUties.
Bvery SSoto gnarontesd to give satlsmc'n'
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LADIES, SAVE YOUR DRESSES!
** Smith'a Instant Dress Elevator."
It loops tho
dress In the
L at cat
" train" Into
tap dress in
one doc* '
back again as
quickly I Can
dress to an
_ other in iwo
The cut ?how? ihe i?iiu uf ,kin, ?uu minutes.
KtuviTOtt ?? nxea in. "They give
perfect nmiafnetion " Is the verdict of all
who try them. The v a are mntiy times their
cost In one dress, this "Elevator" is tho only
one that will let the dress down after being
PAIITinM Beware of IMITATIONS, as they
bAU HUM. are WORSE than WORTHLESS. Sea
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Wholesale, 930 per gross. GREAT OFFER,
?Two "Elevators" will be given FREE as a Pre
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?Mahl? Family Sewing -'??fcW
ft say la the market Make* the Vest Dssth&t
? Bqsal to any, r^ardleae o<eeak
Beeknttts Sowing Machine- Caw
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codUbdu to treat all cuu er obetaolee to marriage, ?"ood
.raputltlea, erery aitmant or ataknesa which retail* n?.u>
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Dr. W.'s eitablUhraent U chartered by tho But* sf Xl**
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body. No. married pair, or persons ooniemplailog mar.
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DR. TUTT'8 HAIR DYE
RyMwee qualltlM that no other dye does, (toe*
fact is Inslsntaneoun end Uta to natural the! It
enncot be detected. It to harmless and easily sp.
Kited, and Is In genoml use amonrthe tosmonaAlo
atrdreascrn In every large city. Price 11.00 a bo*.
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