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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVMBER 26, 1872.
EgEJBULLETI "Wood for $1 por load at the box fac tory. 10-6-3m. Gall and examine tho pianos at tbe Kt. B. 11, Thayer's and 8. P. Wheeler's. St. Louli bell treblo manufacture. ll-J2lf. N.P.Ccrtioe, Agent. Stuaht St Gholsok can soil you flan ne1 and blanket! choaper than any home in the city. We bare just received a new lot of flanneli bought at auction ialc, which we offer much below market valuo. 11-24-21. . Stive, the bar-keepor, has opened a one laloon In Louli Blatteau'e old stand, where can be found, nt all timoi, Steve erring hli customer with tho best of drinkable. 11-22-tf The reputation of the Stelnway piano li known all over the world. ll-2Jlf. N. P. Corticb, Agont. MR.Uo.BTitiiniouE, barber and hair dretier, corner of Eighth street and Com mercial avcnuc.deslres to call tho attention of tho boarded community to bU neatly nr ranged laloon, and the fact that bo is mu ter of LU profeiilon In all its branches. Ha bu bearded many a lion In bis den, and calls for more. Thk St. Louis bell treblo pianos aro as durable as any piano In tho market, and the sweotest-toned that you ever llstoned to. U.P.CURTICK, Agt, Conservatory, cor. Twelfth Si Wash. 11.22-tf. Mmciiakts, clerks, or any others who wish to wear fine boots cither calf, moroc co, kid or patent leather of the very latest style, go to Wro Ehler's, on Twentieth street. 10 lOtf. For Rekt, a two-story business houso on Commercial avenue, between Eigh teenth and Nineteenth streots. It is well adapted for Saloon and Hoarding bouse A lease for twelve months wilt bo given Apply to John iIioarty, ho, 83, Ohio Levee. 10-I-dtf. To ant of our friends who desire a first-class article In tho line of boots, shoes or gaiters, made to order, of tho best stock, and In any style or pattern dotlr, we would say try Wm Ehler's before going elsewhere. 10 lOtf Home Aoai.v. Mr. Ooldstlne, of the firm of Ooldstlne St Kosenwater, hat re turned home from Mew York, where he has beon making large purchases of win ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr. Ooldstlne had comploted all bis purchases be'oro tho Boston fire, and therefore be fore tho late advance in prices. Messrs. Ooldstlne A Kosenwater can, consequently, sell at prices exceedingly below thoso now current in this market. They ask the public to call and Inspect their goods and ascertain tholr prices, being satlfled that no one will go away from tho store, leav ing bohind them the bargains this firm aro preparod to offer. tf Notice I The ladies who have been waiting for our underwear to arrive, will now find an ample supply at our store. Our success In this specialty has been marked, and our efforts to meet the wants of this trado has met with the proper en couragement. The demand this season for this class of goods has been such as to tax our ability to meet, but we are now able to fill every want in this line, and our prices will be found even lower than here tofore. "Tho nlmblo six-pence" is what wins. The attention of the gentlemen is also requested. Our stock ofgents' under wear is the largest and most varied in the city, and we can save you 25 per cent, on your underwear. Mako a note of this. 11-24-21. Stuart & Oiiolbon. For Salr Cheat- tor Cash. Tho va1l,1a o. t1 ntiAA nrinnrtv linnU'll fti thfi ' "Kankln l'roporty, aituntea noiwccn turn and 16th streets, Is offered for sale cheap, for cash. This fine property consists of four good lots, with three dwellings. All in excellent order. Inquire of Gr.OROK Fihher, 11-8 tf. at the Custom House Drkm Goods. Stuart & Gholson aro now offering spooial Inducements In all classes of dress goods. We have a full line of all wool satinets, In all the new cloth shades, also a full lino of Empress cloths which we offer at prices fully 10 per cent, lower than any house in the city. Oo to Stuart J: Gholson for your hosiery, cloaks, trimmings, ribbons, etc. They can save you money, Fresii oysters received daily and for ale by tho whole or half can at Phil Saup's. 10-2dtf. Notice or Removal. II. Bayers has removed from No. 93 to 95 Ohio Levee, sbere he is paying the highest prices In cash for scrap iron, rags, ropes, copper brass, lead and all kinds of old metals. Also, the highest prices in tho city paid for hides, furs, feathers, lecswnx, ginseng, tallow, grease, etc., etc. Remember the place. No. 95 Ohio Lovee. ll- tf. Pianos and organs for from $G0 to $1,000. N. P. Curtice, Agt, Cor. Twelfth Wash, avo. 11-22-tf. Louie Blatteau, whom everybody knows, and who Is the friend of every body, Is now fully installed In his new quarters, on Eighth street, between Com mercial and Washington avenues. He of fers to the public the best St. Louis boer the choicest brands of wine and tho purest liquors to he found in the city, and hopes that these, civil treatment nnd a cordial share of public patronage. Comu and see Louis iu his new homo. He has a wel come for evorybody, and for you, rcador, a cordial one. tf. Good News One of the largest and most completo stock of custom-mado boots and shoes ever brought to this market, has just been received by 3lossrs. Ilardy & Greenwold, No. 105 Commercial ave. These gentlemen aro both practical work men in tho boot and shoo business ; huvo had a largor experience, and cannot be de ceived into purchasing anything but tho very best stock. They employ a number of flrst-clasa workmen at their establishment, and aro manufacturing every variety and style of Ladies and Misses' shoes and . I. . C3k T I. ! 1 B LCil U b Uhi UUU I 111 1 1. L Jl 1 . 1 1 1. tMU.M..,VW satisfaction. They mako these a specialty They also mako to ordor all kinds of fine nat HaHab onmnntltlnn nlttinf In Palpn nr n the West. All goods warranted to bo 1 1 A M Nobody denies that if you would havo a i 1 m vi w" tug MUtfVUDlli Uy I HO UUOIl I uiclest and boat. That piaco by common a i mi. n . 1 1 STS A 1 ntrMn Kvnnno And. whlln tlmrn If vnu t ..J 1 a 11 1 m r. Louis lager ; a glass of wine, native or toreign, or tomotbing of a strongor kind, your own good tasto will tostify that Jaeckel koeps the best. Thon go to tho Thalia, call for what you wnnt to eat or drink, and if you are not more than satis fled, everybody will say that you must sbargo your dissatisfaction to your own depraved taste. If Fbatueku in largo or small quantities at very low figures at H. Levi's bide store, on Ohio Levee. 10 18dtf Man. Anna Lano, Eighth street be tween Commercial and Washington ave nues, has ut received a large and varied stock of fall goods, and desires to call par ticular attention to her handsome assort ment of ladies' and children's underwear, something new in this market. Her woolen drawers and leggins combined are also something now and the most comfort able thing for children in cold weather ever deviiud. Mrs. Lang also has a well selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all of which will be sold as cheap as can be found eltewbero in this market. 10-9-lm EICHHOFF FURN ITURE FACTORY Wm. Eichhoff has purchased tho Inter est of his brothers in the above establish ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting the Furniture manufacturing business with great success. He has a full stock of extra seasoned lumber on hand, and can war rant every article ho manufactures. II o has also a full stock of litdstead; Chairs. Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat troises, otc, always on hand, and nis price defy competition. Sales room at the fac tory. 6-25tf. ATTENTION. Received daily by express at Winter's grocery in Winter's block, the following goods kept in ice : Fresh whit flsh, salmon, bass and perch; fresh oysters, direct from Baltimore, by the can at 60c to famllios, warranted good; also New York sound's, by the quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels, ducks and other game; celery and fresh Ohio huttor, alwsys on hand; also all kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries, sliced bam, See., besides a variety of other articles, including oranges and lemons, all of which will be sold at a fair living profit. 10-19-tf. THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE. Below will ho found tho corrected lilt of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallow, feathers, etc. II. Levi does a very large trade in his line, and It is a well known fact that he always pays the highest prices to be obtained in this market. He is pay ing for Hides, dry flint V lb lCtol7c Hides, green salted J lb 8to9c Deer skins " lb 20 to 25c Tallow 1 tb 5 toCc Feathers t lb 35 to 65c 10-3tf. WINTER BOOTS AND SHOES. Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all others whose buiincu lays out of doors, and who for tho preservation of health and good temper ecght to wear good, benvy water-proof boots, can get just what they want by calling on Wm. Ehlers. Ho makes French calf or kip boots, warranted to St well, wear well and give general sat isfaction. 10-29-tf. FOR SALE A one story brick houso ; with a lot 33 feet front by 100 feot deep. Tho homo contains threo rooms and kitchen, has two hulls, also a cistern atttached. For terms apply on tho promises, corner of Twen tieth and Poplar stroets, Cairo, Ills. 11-23-lm. James A. Fry. a JEWEL. Sozodont purities, Sozodont beautifies, Sozodont gratifies all wbo uso it. Sold by druggists and perfumers. ll-24d&wlw. Have You Seen Hkr? A lady who for tho last five years has been u leader of fashion in New York, nnd who mav bo seen twico u week in her elegant calecho driving a pair or superb ponies In Central Park, has recently stated, in tho select cir cle to which sho belongs, that the only ar ticle in existence which imparts beauty and luster to the complexion without ulti mately impairing tne texture or the skin, and causini: It to collapse and wrinkle, is Hogan's Magnolia Balm. Tho name of tho aistinguisnea momDor oi tho beau mondo who irrndo this declaration cannot with proprioty bo given, but it may be mentioned en tiassant that sho has spent seyeral years of her life In Europe and is laminar witn an the arts and preparations employed by the court beauties or tho old world to enhance their charms. 11-24-diwlw. INMAN LINE Liverpool Msw-Tork and Phlladtlphla Steamship Company, tmOl 0OKTB10T WITH CIITID ST1TB AID 1111111 aovsMMsats For Carrying tb Mall FOR PASSAGE TICKETS oa rciTim uroaauTio APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aot. 16 Broadway, New-York, or la H. Besspt, Washington Aveaue, Cairo, aot. ,i Our Home Advertisers. HALLIDAY BROTHERS, GENERAL AGENTS FORWARDING and COMMISSION MKHSJHANTS. DEALERS IN FLOUR ; And Agtnt ef HIO RIVER ANI KANAWHA SALT COIMrOP.A.IErilEJa. 70 Ohio Levee, Cairo. Illinois. C. CLOSE, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT Cement, Plaster Paris, 1ID PLASTERER'S HAIR, NO. 71 OHIO LEVEE, UNDER CITY NATION AU BANK. a eat t3"For the purpose of building up wholesale trade In Calro.Xwlll tell to dt era and contractor In lot of 60 barrel and upward, at manufacturing price adding freight. Cairo. August 13. 1872. J. M. PHILLIPS & CO., (Saeceitor to E. D. Hcndnco A Co.) Forwarding and Commission MERCHANTS, WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS. Liberal AdTncmnla mad upon CoBaignment. Are prtrcd to reciT. tor and forward freight! to all point and bay and til on commluloa, TOninM attended to promptly: WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BRO., FLOUR General Commission Merchant 183 OHIO LEVEE, MILLER & PARKER, GENERAL COMMISSION Awe FORWARDING MERCHANTS, AID DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN Oats, Hay, etc., AGENTS roB FAIRBANKS SCALES Ohio Levee. CAIRO. ILLINOIS. R. A. CUNNINGHAM, GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT AND DEALER IN OATS, AND HILL FEED. CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS Z. D. UATHUSS.. E. O ,UHL MATHUSS & UHL, I1OE,'W.iaX)I35Ta- AN1 UEHKBAL Commissi on Merc Hants DEALERS iN IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE .eHio i.BVKr.. STRATTON & BIRD, (Successor toStratlon, Badioo Clark,) WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois. JOHN fi. PHLLIS & SON, (Buoctuor to John B. Phllli,) GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS AMD DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT Flour, Meal, Bran, &e., Cob. TENTM-8T. and OHIO LEYS flAJftO, IUJ. Foreign Advertisements. WS.NBM AA l.liiOOSUI. O. SMITH, Waollllt AMD ItTlIL DUD IM I I 1 WINKS AND LIQU0RS I i i And proprietor of ue' and tpendld No. 76 OHIO Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS, Keen cossUntlr on hand the choicest of wine ana amm, wsuen ne wiu ou at ue Tery iowei nxuree. vmu sou examine. 7-ouiy R. SMYTH & CO., WHOLESALE GROCERS, OHIO LEYEE CAIRO. ILLIKOia. Also, kp cooitantljr on hand a DMt com plu (lock of XilGaTJORS- SOOTOH AND IRISH WHISKIES O I M .- Port, Maderia, Sherry and Catawba Winos RUMYTIi A CO. Mil eicluilrely for cub, to . which fict th lnr.t the MtiMliI tlin. tion ( cloie buolD bujtn. F. M. STOCKFLETII, tiocuoa roau stockilit Beesltyer sst Wholeassls Dealer In Forelsri ad Stomas tie WINES AND LIQUORS No. G2 Ohio Lkvkk. C.1RO, ILLINOIS HEkrnpion hand cODitaitljr a full ttockc OH Kentucky Borirboo, Kre and Vonooii Whltklei, French Brudfca, liol laud Og nhincand CallfornU Wlnca iAc HA LOON H CRYSTAL SALOON AND READING ROOMS. MICHAEL COYXB. Proprietor. (OLD I'OST OFFICE 3TAND.) Corner Sixth street and (ummurclal Ave. The licit brand of Ciiran choice Wines. LI(juor, etc., alway) on haul. lSff"Open day and light. J$ OLD DELM9NICO .SALOON AND READING ROOMS 00?'LTiJ't.rfieAtn1 WATER'S BLOCK. V V AAA SA4 V ViS f PARKER & MDNTAGUE Propricto. teyTh best brands Cigars, choice Wines, Liquors, etc., always on band tt Foreign Advertisements. EL DORADO BILLIARD SALOON AND BAH BOOS. JfOHH OATESt Proprietor. 10 Commtreial ATcnne, CAIKO, ILLINOIS Bal brand of Califp -deri)u rciOt BILLIARD aaloon furnlsled with the I. est of tahUs : and bar supplied with wines, liquor and cbjaw of thenet bran'l. THE) LITTLF KEKTUCKIAN SALOON AXD (Open Day anl Night.) J. E. PARKS, Proprietor, Ohio Levee, bet, 4thand Cth streets, CAIRO, ILLS. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. A fine new Dlnlnc Hall wlth'evcrv con venience has been adied to this popular Restaurant, ana tne guesis win nnu every requisite lor their acconodatlon. THE 11 ILL JF FARE consists of every subtbntlal and delicacy of the season. THE, IB-AJE?; is supplltd wltlithe CHOICEST LIQUttlS.WlNES & CIGARS ISTMIxed drinkiprepared with care. 11-W It. rsoKa. a M W o o a en fH 0) o o o PQ 03 a a 5 H CQ w w 5 o o g it O e K B SS 4 M o o n M a 3 M a 15 pa ja 03 a a 6 6 CO 03 a BOAT (ITtlHEK. SAM WILSON, SSilll Iff BOAT STOBS1S OIOOIHUS, r PKOVI8IONS 1TC. M: 119 Out Liraa Oaxm, III. uirr kntkbphiae. GIFT ENTER PRISE THE ONLY BKLIADLk OlFT DISTRIDU TION IN TUX COUNTRY I Xj. 3D . BT2ST ES'O Nineteenth Oranil ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION, To be drawn tVcdofS'Uj, Jnc.rj 1st, U7-1. $200,000 OO IN VALUABLE GIFTS (10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD I lO,C0O IN AMERICAN SILVER I Flvo Prises $1,000 " f 5. J ftnvFMH.iniffl Ten Prise 600 I One sjian of Matched llores, wtllt Kninily Carriage and Silver-Mounted liar- Hvc Horse and liUKfrleo. with Silver- Mounted Harness, worth $000 each I live Fine-toned Rosewood Piano?, worth vow; eacn . Family Sewlnif Machines, - worth inn , 2,J00 Oold and silver Lever Iiuntlmr Watch- PR tin nlt.l truHli 4Vrti Aon n a-,wt 1. (iold Chains, Mlver-waro, .Icwcln-, etc. wumner or gifts itt.owi Tlckef. limited to lOU.OfiO 1 To whom Liberal Premiums will be palJ. single ucKeu ?2: Six Tickets $10; Twelve . ivui.u; iwcniy-uve T1CKCU(40. i .i ' mu tin oi prizes, hup. scriptlonor th mannfr ol drawio, and other Information In reference to tho dletrlbmlon, will b sent to anyone orJorln; them. All If item mnttboaJdreaaedto h. I). SINE, Box, M, MAIN lirvirv. .nAin..i V, 101 Weit 4ih tt nor-19 Foreign Advortisoments. $6,260 KENTUCKY' STATE LOTTERY. Legalized by an act of the Legislature The mot liberal Lottcrv ever drawn. Only 7,140 tickets and n,fJ prizes. To be drawn Nov. SO, 18T2, In Covington, Ky. One Capital Prize of $25,000. 1 Prize of ,5,000 1 Prize of..... ti.KiO !! Prizeaol 1,!W0 2 Prizes ol. .. 600 13 Prizes of. .VZ0 .TO Prizes or... 00 Prizes of... 20 2,010 Prizes of. . 0 3,080 Prizes, amounting to G4,2G0 Tickets, $12. Halves, 0. (Juartcrs, ?3. Our Lotteries are chartered bv the state. and drawn at the time named, under the su pervision of sworn commissioner.". I lie drawings win he iiulilblieil in the New York, Chicago, and Louisville papers. v niu uriin a eiiuuur JICIJIC Hie ial Saturday of every month during the vears 1872 and 1873. Remit at our rhk by Pobt-offlco Money Or der, Registered Letter. Draft or Expres. t2TSend for a circular. Address SMITH, SIMMONS & CO., Box 827 Covington, Ky. 10-25cod4wly. $300,000. MI8S0URI STATE LOTTERY. lxoalizko by statk authority and Dbawx ik Public in St. Louis. Grand Single M umber Scheme 50,000 NUMBERS. Class L ro bk Drawn 'ov. 30, 1872 6,880 Prizes, Amounting to 9300,000. 1 Prise of....SSO,ono 1 " Of........ I3.4S0 1 " of...... 10,000 1 " of.... 7,500 4 " of..... S.OOC 4 " ot......... S.6O0 20 ' of...... 1,000 20 " Of 6fX) 40 " of..... 2JO Tickets $10; Half 5no Prises of. . 100 a i 9 36 34 1N0 of.. or of. of or.. ....... of or. of. l.ouo 300 250 2u0 150 100 10 Tickets. $5: Quarter Tickets, f J 00. uar lotteries are chartered by tne State, are always drawn at the time named, and all draw, iocs are under the supervision of sworn com minsioDers. The official drawing will be cublished in the nt. louik papem and a copy or drawtnj sent to Durohasers of tickets. We will draw a similar scheme the last day of ejery monm uunng me year int. Remit t our rlk by postnffice money order, registered letter, draft or express. Hend for cir cular. Addrens, MUKKAY, MILLKH A CO., P.O. box 2446. tit. Louts, Mo. 4-10dawlT THE KENTUCKY IBRARY GIFT CONCERT. GIFT MONEY ALL UP. 1500,000 IN BANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS. A Full Drawing in Sioht. $100,000 FOR ONLY $10. At the Second Grand Gift Concert author ized by special act of the legislature, in aid of the Public Library of Kentucky, unavoid ably pos'poneu irom acpiemucr zn to De cember 7, and which positively and unequiv ocally occurs In Louisville, Ky.. December 7, 1872, without further delay on any account whatever, me louowing casn gins arc lor distribution by lot among ticket holders : ONE OR AND GIFT, CASH 9100,000 ONE GKAND GIFT 60,000 Csh Gift fX.DOO Cash Gift SO 000 CaihGift 15,000 CxhOil' 1U.LM 8,liOO 7,000 0,000 6.0OU 4,XK' 4 OiihGifu. -.'. ) ech IS CaihUilti. 1,11X1 each 20 Caih Gifts, (K)eacli 21 CathGlfu, moeach M Caih Gifli. 700 each 35ChGifti, MUcacb !5CaihGifci. COO each 50 CaihGifn. 400 each m CaihGiru. 3iUeach 100 Cash Gifu. 2INIa'h H12 Cash Gifts. 100ea-.li , ALL CASH...")0O.O0O WPECIAL NOTfcrjS, BATCIIELOK'S ilAIU DYK. Tills ..lir.ni-l. 1. .1.. , ... . .. worltl-pcrfcctly barmless, reliable and In stantaneous. Nodlsanpolntmcnt. Tbeiren ulno W. A. Ilatchclor's Hair Dye produce, i',t.,,tll0s.,5Ln.butJ"Vcs'e hair cleans I f"r 7"UII'UI;, Aiiconiy sare and per Wifia y.' Srue- k 10-cod-7w-ly, Foreign Advertisements. GUAM) CBNTHAL , ?VpIKA.V HOTKL. vv iMTmJ hctw,ep,n, ''otirtlt nn.l Klith St., i... tiV V ""ul""i ,J cts. to ?! per day. All meali 2T cents each. 1 O-I-lni. Proprietors. mr asWSlllllW aW ' .aaW jsbl .-iiv:.sB11K CLEAR AND HARMLESS AS WATER, asr a.i"ia.:et'.5 CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE HAIR. A tlrrfrtll' f1pnr tiri.Ti..itllAM lk . , . . tie, a, caily applied n water, for restoring to gray hair lu natural color and youthful appearance, to eradicate nnd prevent dand ruff, to promote the prowtlt ol the hair nnd us liming nut. it i.i entirely nannies, and perfectly free from any poisonous substance nnil will. thf)r,.fir.t InL'.i l... ,.t.... r .11 ,i. dirty and unplc.i'nnt preparations now In tue. Numerous testimonials have been sent us from many of our mo-t prominent citi zens. In cerythltis: In which the nnlrlf P..5Uli1..V.'.?..nJ0 objectionable. CRYSTAL . ... ,,w.vc. 1 iiiinmi'u ty contain neither supr of Lead Sulphur or Mtratc orsilvcr, U docs not soil tho clothes or scalp. It agreeably pcrftimed, and makes one of the bct drrsslngs Tor the Hair in use. It rottnrn. Hi aI., ..f it.n tlnH ... .. ' -. v-ri'.l u, ,,; ll. I l lUUI u iiur- fect and unifonuly than any other prepara tion," and always does so iu from threo to ten days, virtually feeding the root" with the ' ...... .,i.,n,,,- iivtL-.-l-ai J HJ IU L'nnvm and healthy condition: It rcstoo the de- ;t nu iiiiiucvs u new Krowm oi tne Hair more positively than anything else. Tho application of this Wonderful dlscov- tiuv huuiii;l'5 u iieasauv uuu cooling effect on tho scalp and gives tho Hair a pleasing and elegant appearance. Call at your druggist for It nnd take no other. If he has not got It let him order It Price el per bottle. ARTHUR NATTANS, Inventor and Proprietor. Washington D,C, JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY .t do., General Agents, Philadelphia, ,.INO. F. HENRY and F. C. WKLLS&CO.. Npw Ynrlr. ntul in liml ni Vl.AlAa.nA - - " v siuu w s n iiuicbiiiu (lrugglsb, everywhere. 0-2!)tf LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN Soothing Remedy! WHITCOMB'S SYRUP. (l Pobdcet Conmlilont i comtf All dlitui Iqc WHITCOMB'S 7 SYRUP. lln TUT no cures lone ana unrins: la th. Ilowels, and facll. alts tne process oi leeininf, I.M.UI..-U...l I aril-JI. . . " . HI'. VVU.W.IWH, IU. WT.I' comes all diseases Incident lalants and Children. ,Qrr. iiimrrnpro, 1 jtenie- ana eummer complaint. miioren oi an ages. Relleres pain, weakness or si- I 1 rsr-1 baostlonln 15or20mlnatM, (It. V ins; sou luwer w iu ..miu. jgj, 27 x fj It Is lb Infants' and Children's Great EoothiDg Ilemedj, In all disorders bronjtit on tj tMtblng er any other raoss. n. rrtlcular In calling for MB8. WtlRCOMD'S 8THCP, and take no other. Prepared bj tit GRAFT01 MEOICIXK CO., Ft. Louis, Mo. Bold ty SrufglsU and Dealers In Medicine) orsryirhtra. MY, HE 'AMD t LL M YOUOQfla. !00TcflAHT PIXLS. I)y cleansing th blood and arousing th llrer and ecretle organs to a healthy action, Dr. Henry's Boot and Plant Pills cure many complaints which It would not be supposed they could raach, such as Ileadache, Pala fa tho Hide. Jiuml nee of the Hands) and Feet, Dallnrx, ChiUaesB, Rbeumatlam, cnral-ln, I.oea or Appetite, lllllonsi Dyaontery, Hldnew Asfeetlona, Constipation, De bllltr. Fever of all kinds, Djrancp la, Jaandlcc, and other kindred complaints arising from a low state of the body, or obstruction of Its functions. Being free from Mercury and other poisons they can he liken at all times and under all circumstan ces, without rersrd to diet, business or pleasure. Thar stimulus th wsakenod and distempered parts Into healthy action, Rising Ihematreogth to disburden tbemselree and throw off th obstructions which ara the ilrt causo of disease, without prodaclBg? either nnitaea or griping;. All heaTT and drowsy sensations, which are the forerunners of direful diseases such as Apoplexy, i-nraiyiie mrouesmc are enectuauy waraea cr7 by a few dosee of these eesrchlnK Pills. Fall JlmUoos smod tub tot, la EuU, Qeriua, Treaeh SBlSptnlab. Prt 1 11 r,Bi, a bos. rrtptrws ey tno ursnoa HMistnt i;o.. ri. iois. mo. ScU Ij Drwfsisls sa4 Utslcxsla UoCktao STsrywaore. Cash Gilt . 1 Cash Gift 1 Cash Gift 1 Cash Girt .... I Cash Gift 1 Cash Gift 1 ( (lift TOTAL. 1.000 GIFTS The inoncv nccesaarv to nav in lull all tl e offered elf's is now upou deposit iu toe Fanners' and Drovers, llank, as will bo ecu by tne roiiowing certiucnte oi tne casuicr: KAHMKK8' ANI DltOVKrs llANK, 1 i.ouisvii.le, ivy.,:setit. -ju, istj. j Tills is to certlfv that tlicro is now on tie noslt In this bank over a half a million ol dollars to tho crcdl ol the (lift Con-crt Fund, $m000 of which Is held by this btuU BaTrcasuier of the Public Library of Ken tucky to pay off all gifts to be awarded at the drawing. it. s. viiAuii, usuiur, PRICK OK TICKETS. Whole tickets. tlO: halves. f.i: miartcr. i2.&0: 11 whole tickets for 100: 28 for ti'JA: 50 for f&OO; 113 for tJl.OOO; for ei,500; 6Vft lUr UW, 11U U1BUUUI1W Ull IVCO 111..U f.V.S worth of tickets at a tlmii. The drawlnir will Dositlvclv and uncnulv ocally take place December 7. Agents are percinpionny rcquireu to eiosc snies mm make returns December 2S, in order to glvo amnlfl tlmn for thn final nrranireinunts. Or ders tor tickets or applications for circulars siiouiu ue auuresseu io OOV. TIIOS. K. HKAJlI.r.l 1 r. Acent. Keutuckv Public Library. Publir: Library Hulldlng, Louisville. Ky. A BOOK POR THK MILLION I 'oBBsir s lonaarriea or tho about to Marry, on th Physiological mys tsrlss and rarelatloos of the sexnal jysUra. with tb latest dlecoYsrles In producing and prsrsnUnx elf. spring, prple the conpl.ioiuo., I .This Is oar 'testing work oflwo btMrl and . r?SwltftnuMroMnrrTinga,an4oontaliis TalLatis lnfomaUon for t hoiwbo m maVri sd or tLn3jtmi!riiTi suHltUaboVkltatonght "JJ ail key and Ml laid carelessly i sae aeeaneae (jvaeas was aeysstsie sa P EI1S0NAL. TICKNOIt .t CO.. the celebrated Clothiers, announce tho in troduction of a plun of ordering cloth ing bv letter, to which they call your especial attention. They will, on ap plication, send you their improved and acctinito rules for Self-Measurement, Illustrated circular ami rnce l.isi, with a full line of amnios from .their immense stock of Cloths, Casslmcrcs, A'C Ac, thus enabling parties iu any part of tho country to order clothing direct from their housr, with the cer tainty of receiving garments of the very latest style und most perfect tit attainable. (ioods ordered will bo sent by ex press to be paid for ondelicry, with the understanding that if not satisfac tory, they can bo returned at Tickuor's expen-e. An is well known throughout the .South and West, they havo for seven teen years EXCELLED iu ull depart ments of their business, which Is u gtlurutiteo us to tho character ol tho goods they send out. Your orders are solicited and when In St. Louis, you nro liniled to call at the ex- ensive establishment of Tick nor t Co., manufacturers and retailers of men and boys Clothing and Furnish ing Goods, 001 and OU'l North Fourth street. St. Louis. Mo. ISovs clothing a specialty. 10-17Nim ARE YOU GOING WKST? If so, take our adflc and Phas your ileket, over tie old reliat.1. and wmlu Missocai l a cirto Banaosu. which Is P;'''''? Jl07m,u running three daily xprs trains froniHt. ,oiiU to l?anls City and tlio west I aud is positively the only line whlrli runs Pullmtn palaoe slera and flnie day coacnee, espeolally for movers, JouipAd ""a Miller'. saAiy platform, and the rXnT.learo brUe. From s. Lome to Kanaja SiiV KU scolt, Lawrence, I.eaTenworth, Aichl. son. St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Council Blutls an' Omaha wllhoutobanael for lnlotmallon in regard to timetables, rates, Ac, to any polat In Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, Texas, and Caliornia. call upon or address B. II. Tbomusoa, Agent, Missouri Paclflo K. R. Oolumbua. Oblo I or H? A, Ford, neral Passenger A, Bt. Louis, SlilslPfllal.lBSlBTeXl Vinegar nitters are notevnernaer ssaac. miite of Poor Rnm. Whtoky, r4oof ttTiiasI Itcfuso Liquors. dxtoreariplcedTa I aVeeMaSel Itestorrrs." Ac, that lead the tippler oatodr ' v s v i vuw shiu ueruS) QI milSOTi Bmm rrom all Alcoholic Stimulants. Ttiey ara taa Onat niood Partner and a Llfe-glTta FTlncaPirtee HcDovaior and lavbjorator of the Hrsum. carrrtaw on all polsonoos natter and restoring the Meed to n healthy condition, enrtchlnv It. rerrMMn mA u n ncaimj conauiOQ, eorlcbtDff It iHTieorai n both mind and body. They art mjt Ol ndinlnLitrfttlon Mnmnl In tr.il . .isa.ii their results, safe and reliable In an torn of No lersms can take thsBlttrs aeeottl- Ing to directions, and remain long unwell, prorldea their toncs arc not destroyed by mineral poises, or other means, and the vital organs wasted baresd the point o( repair. ,.,'W,forIn,,,,,,0,s Headaehe, rta In the Mhouldera. Congus, Tightness of the Cheat, lilzzlutss, sonr Kructauoni of th Stomach. Bad Taste in tho Month, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation ot the Heart. InflammaUon of the Lunge, Pain la the rcplon of the Kidneys, and a hundred other palorol fi niploms, arc the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In then coiiiplalnis it has no equal, and one botu wul tirov a better gaarantee of ita nertta thaa a Icnslhj advcrtlscmcnL I-in- Femislo Coniplalato, In jonng CT eld. inarrbM or single, at tho dawn of womanhood, or the turn of lire, these Tonic Hitters display so d. cldeil nn Influence that a marked Improvement a soon perceptible. Fur Iiiflntsissiatorr and Chreale Rkta iiintlsiit and Gout, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Bil ious, c.emlttcnt and intermittent Ferers, risrssse of the lllood. Liver, Kidneys and Bladder, the Hitters hate been most successful. Such Disease aro cium1 br Vitiated lllood, which ta generally prmiuceil by derangement of the DlgesUre Organs. The vara aUentl PnrgatlT a wrII aa a Toistc, possessing also the peculiar merit ot act ing as a puwerrnl agent In relies ing Congtsuon or luiummutlon of the Llrer and Visceral Organs and In !ii!lons Diseases. For Skin Disease, Eruption. Tetter, Salt Khcum, blotches. Spots, I'lmplca, Puttnles, Boila, Carbuncles, Itlng-worms. Scald-Uead, Sore Eye. t:rsliclas. Itch, scura, DiscoloraUona of the sua, Ilunmn and Diseases of the Eklo. of wBatersr nitno or nature, are literally dug up and carried out of the system In a short time by the use of the Hitter's. One bottle in such cases win convince the most Incredulous of then curative effects. Clennse the Vitiated Blood whenever yea find iu impurities bursting through the skin la Pimples, eruptions, or Sores : cleanse It when yon And it obstructed and sluggish tnthe veins; cleans It when It U foul ; your feeling win tell you when. Keep the blood pure, and the health of th system will follow. Glrnteftt! Thousands proclaim Tnrtdin Bit TZits the most wonderful Invlgorant that ever sma talncd the finking sjstcm. I'ln, Tape, and other Worass, lurking in the sjstcm of so many thousands, are effectually destroyed and removed. Says a distinguished phjslologtst : There is scarcely an individual on tho face of the earth whose body is exempt from th presence of worms. It U not upon the healthy elemetita ot tho body that worms exist, bat spoil tho diseased humors and slimy depoalta that breed these IWlng monsters ot disease. Mo system of medicine, no vermifuges, no anthelmlnlUea, will free the system from worms like these Bitters. Mechanical Diseases. Persons engaged ta Paints nnd Minerals, such as Plumber Type setters, Cold-beaters, and Miners, aa they adraae In life, are subject to paralysis of the Bowels. To guard against this, take a dose ot Wiucia'a Tin. hi n Hitters twice a week. Ullloua, Remittent, and Intermittent, Fevers, which aro so prevalent In tb valley ol our great rivers throughout the United Btat, especially those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinois, Tennessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Bed, Colorado, Ilrazos, Rto Grande, Pearl, Alahamo, Mobile, Savannah, Roanoke, June, and moony others, with their vast tributaries, throughout ear entire country during th Summer and Autumn, and remarkably so during seasons of onusvei heat aud dryness, are Invariably accompanied by extoa slve derangements of the stomach and liver, ana oilier abdominal viscera. In their treatment, a purgative, exerting a powerful laauenc upon these various organs. Is essenUally necessary. There U no cathartic for the purpose equal to Da. J. Wm. Kit's ViNEatn uitteks, as they wul speedujr ri-niovo the dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are loaded, at the same time sum nlaung the secretions of the liver, and generally resnorlng the healthy functions or the digestifs organ. Scrofula, or Klug'a Kvll, Whit Swelling. Ulcers. Er jslpelaa. Swelled Neck, Coltr. acromions ItiUatumatlons, Indolent Inflammations, Merconal Atfcctluiu, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sere K;es, etc., etc In theso as In all other eonatins Uonal Diseases. Walker's Vtuioia Bnrni have shown their great curative powers in the meat obstinate and intractable cases. Dr. Walker's California Vinegar Bit ters act on nil these case in a similar manner. Iiy purtrjrlng the lllood they remove the cause, and by resolving away the effects of the InflammaUon tilic) tubercular deposits) the affected parti receive health, aud a permanent cure Is effected. Tho properties of Dr. WaLgga'a Vnrtaaa IIittkks are Aperient. DlapboreUe, Carmuuuv, Nutritious, Laxatlrc, Diuretic, BedaUre. Counter Irritant, .SuJorlflc. AJteratlre, and AnU-iaUous. Th Aperient and mild LaxaUv properUs of Die Walxeii's Vinioar Btrrgx ore the beat safe-guard lu coses ot erupUons and mollfnaat K-ven. Their balsomlo, healing, and oominiprc pertlcs protect the humor of the faace. Thalr bedatlve properties allay pain in the nervosa tyt tern, stomach, and bowels, from winil, rollc. cramps, etc. Their Counter-irritant tafluea ex tends throughout the system. Their AnU-BUI properties silmulate the Uver, tn the sccreUon el bile, and It discharges through the biliary dueta, and are superior to all remedial agent, for th cm of lUlluus Fever, Fever and Ague, etc Fortify the body agalaat disease ay purltylng all its fluids with VutsoAa Brtriaa. Ha cpldenUc can take hold of a system thus fore-onaed. Direction. Take of the Bitters oa gutnx te bed at nlgbt from a half to one and one-half wue Blissful. Eat good nourishing food, such aa beef steak, mutton chop, venison, roost beef, and vege lables, and take outdoor exercise. They ara composed of purely vegetable Ingrediento, aaa contain no spirit. R. H. MeDONAXD CO., Druggists and Uen. Agta., Ban Pronclsoo, OtL, a cor. of Washington and Charlton St., N.t. SOLD BY ALL DBU00D3T8 a CtAUBI. t?ae Dr. Henry's World's TaaJe asssl ) Blood Parlaler.' It is the great household 'remedy, plsaaoatto like, yet potent forth prevention and ear ef diseases. It Is better than Bitter, Cordial, IluclmorSarsaparlUa. Sold by Druggist Dr. ITenry' Boot aad Plaat Fllla. Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping sa tircly vegetable great liver remedy. Price a cents. Sold by Druggist. Mr. WblteoBiVa Myraa. The great soothing remedy. File osUy fa :enU. Gives rest to th mother Mil health ta tb child Bold by Druggist. Marriage Galda. Interesting Work, Enlarged Kditlon, Xtw Engravmgs, Two-hundred and sixty Pages, Pi ice SO cent. Address Da. Brrrs' DrsKa itar, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, MO. 1 Advtrtlssraent. AGENTS WANTED. The Master Spirits of Tn World, AND The Treasure House or America. THE UKKAT HOOK OV THK TXAK. AgeutH report sales of So to 100 copies lu a fow hours onlay. I'BoarKCTUa Txxm A sin rail j. AV. GOODSPKED. New York, Chicago Cincinnati, SUhouU !.iirieans. " " Mo No troubi to eaiwer corrtpoadB. E.V E BT rnncH is tub mksit KACMUMt ruF "I ICHT RUNNINC'eI a. IIISM "-s.fe DOUESTIG" J"iarsrerftiU qisstlon, aai prsst&ts a re cord ef ssocesi uparsllslsaiB tbs klstery ef ths lavsatlsi. AgtaUwaaUa i ekara l-aaBiV TVOIHBaTTJJ