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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1972.
CAIRO BULLETIN.
Wood for $1 per load at the box fac
tory. 10-5-3m,
Tbi reputation of luo Stelnway piano !
known all over the world.
ll-22tf. N. 1. Cuhtick, Agont.
Fjcatueus In largo or small quantities
at Tory low figuros at II. Levi's lildo
toro, on Ohio Lovoo. 10 lBdtf
Fkesh oysters received daily and for
Halo by tho wholo or half can at llill
Haup's. 10aJlf
Pianos und organs for from 50 to
31,000. N. 1. Uuktick, Aft.,
Cor. Twelfth & Wash. avo.
11.2'2-tf.
Choice rncis pork and breakfast bacon
at Parker & Axlcy's. lt.29.3t.
Wanted. A woman to do general
houiework tho best of wages paid. Ap
ply to MRS. SllKl'llARD,
Cor. of Second si. and Com. avo.
11.20-31
Merchant, clurks.or any others who
wish to wear Qno boots either calf, moroc
co, kid or patent leather of the very latest
style, go to Wm Killer's, on Twentieth
Btrcot. lOlOtf.
Call and oxntnlno tho pianos at tho
llev. II. II. Thayer's and S. P. "Wheeler's,
tit. Louis bell treble manufacture.
ll-22tf. N. P. Cuin ice, Agont.
Stve, tho bar-keoper, has opened a
lino saloon In Louis JJIattcau's old stand,
whore can bo found, at all times, Steve
serving his customers with tho best of
drinkables. 11-22-tf
Ir you want six and one-half pounds of
"coffee A" sugar; or eight pounds of New
Orleans sugar; or, four and one-quarter
pounds of coiree for ono dollar, go to Par
ker Alloy's. 11-20-3..
Prepare ron Uiiiuhtjiah. Now and
olegant juwolry,approprlte for Christmas
gilts, may bo found at Uudcr IJrotlicri.
tf. "
To any of our friends who desire a
first-clan article in tho line of boots, shoes
or gaiters, made to ordqr, of the belt stock,
and In any stylo or pattern desired, we
would say try Wm Ehlor's before going
olscwhoro. 10 19tf
TllE St. Louis bell treble pianos aro as
durable at any piano in tho market, and
the sweotejt-toncd that you over listened
to. N. P. Curtice, Agt.,
Conservatory, cor. Twelfth ii Wash.
11-22-tf.
For Kent, a two-story busInos house
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is woll
adapted for Saloon and Boarding house
A lease for twelvo months will be given
Apply to JoUK IIeoartt, No. 89, Ohio
Levco. 10-1-dtf.
M.Geo. Steinhouse, barber and hair
dresser, corner of Eighth street and Com
mercial avenue,desires to call the attention
of the boarded community to his neatly ar
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mu
ter or ms proicssion in an us urancnes.
He has bearded many a Hon in his den, and
calls for more. tf.
For Sale Cheap ron Casii. Tho
valuablo residence property, known as the
"Rankin Property," situated between 16th
and ICth streets, is offered for talo cheap,
for cash. This fine property consists of
four good lots, with three dwellings, All
in eicellcnt order. Inquire of
George Fisher,
11-8 tf. at tho Custom Houso
Notice or Kejioval. H. Saycrs has
removed from No. 93 to 95 Ohio Levee,
where he is pitying tho 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, Iccswhx, ginseng,
tallow, grease, etc., etc. Remember the
place. 2o. 95 Ohio Lovce. 11-7 tf.
Fine family groceries cheap at Parker
& Alley's. ll.30.8t.
Home Auain. Mr. Goldttine, of tho
firm of Goldstine & Kosenwater, has re
turned homo from Now York, whero ho
has been making large purchases of win
ter dry goods, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr.
Goldstine had completed all bis purchases
bororo tho Boston flro, and therefore be
fore tho late advance in prices. Messrs.
Goldstineib Kosenwater can, consequently,
soil at prices exceedingly below thoso now
curront In this market. They ask tho
public to call and inspect their goods and
ascertain their prices, being satifled thai
no ono will go away from tho store, leav
ing behind thorn the bargains this firm
aro prepared to offer. tf
A Chapter for Girls and Rots.
Tho eccentrio old gentleman, Santa Claus,
Totoran saint of all good children, was
present and lent his valuablo asslstanco
when the bowildoring stock of holiday
goods, Just oponcd by Phil Saup, was se
lected. No ono but St. Nick him
self could liavo grouped together such a
collection of toys and playthings. When
he put down on his list thoso cunning ox
pross wagons which aro tho wondor and
delight of boys of all ages, ho was thinking
of tho good boy who never tells a
lit, nor runs away from school,
nor loses his mittens and who is sura to
get ono of these wagons for a Christmas
gift. When ho laid asido that beautiful
baby which adorns tho show window and
which is tho magnet of attraction for ovory
little girl who passes that way, ho had in
his mind tho gooll little girl who is sure
to get this doll or another just liko it for
bor Christmas gift. The willow rockers,
the chairs, tho hobby horses, and the
smaller toys, too numorous to mention,
need only to bo soon to exclto a determin
ation In tho minds of all the little folks to
have as many as they can get. We in
vite tho boys and girls to glvo father and
mother no peace till Phil Saup has been
visited, his stock inspoctcd and Santa
Claus informed what to send to tho llttlo
folks. 3t
Cranbkriueh. pigs foot und mlnce
meat, and an assortment of cannod fruits
at Parker fc Axley's, corner of Tenth und
YTnlnut. ll-SO-lt.
Mrs. Akna La.no, Eighth street bo
weon Commercial and Washington ave
nues, has ust received a largo and varied
stoek of fall goods, and desires to call par
tlcular attention to her handsomo assort
ment of ladles' and children's underwear,
something now in this matket. Her
woolen drawers and legglns combined aro
also somothlng now and tho most comfort
able thing for children In cold weather
vor devised. Mrs. Lang also has a well
lectcd assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will bo sold as cheap as can bo
found elicwhcro In this market.
10-9-lm
Louis Ulatteau, whom, everybody
knows, and who Is tho friond of every
body, is now fully installed in his now
quarters, on Eighth street, botween Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of
fers to tho public tho best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wino and tho purest
liquors to bo found in tho city, and hopes
that these, rivll treatment and a cordial
recoption, will insure to him a generous
sharo of public patronage. Come and
see Louis In his new homo. He has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader,
a cordial one. tf.
Good News Ono of tho largest and
most complete stock of custom-made boots
and shoes ever brought to this market, has
just been received by Messrs. Hardy &
Orcenwold, No. 105 Commercial avo.
These gentlemen aro both practical work
men in tho boot and shoe business; havo
had a larger experience, and cannot be de
ceived into purchasing anything but the
very best stock.
They employ a number of first-class
workmen at tbeir establishment, and are
manufacturing r.VKitY variety and
btyle of Ladles and Misses' shoes and
gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantee
satisfaction. They make these a specialty
Tbey also make to order all kinds of fine
culf, kip or leather boot", in style and price
tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or
in tho West. All goods warranted to bo
as represented. tf
Christmas i. Comi.vo. Ruder Broth
ers havo made elaborate preparations for
Christmas In the way of filling tholr hand
some store room with new and elegant
jewelry, gold and silver watchos, plated
and silver ware of the newest patterns,
and a flno stock of pianos, organs and other
musical instruments. A look through
liuder Brother's stock will leave no one at
a loss in the selection of a Christmas
present for a friend. Every articlo in
their line is placed before tho purchaser,
and ho can select an elegant and appro
priate Christmas present for a big friend
or a little one, male or female, wife
daughter, sister or sweet-heart, at a prico
suited to his purse and inclination. The
Ruders extend a cordial invitation to tho
public to call and examine their Christ
mas stock. 11-28-tf.
ATTENTION.
Received daily by express at Winter's
grocery in Winter's block, the following
goods kept in ico : Fresh white
fish, salmon, bass and perch;
fresh oysters, direct from Raltimore, by
the can at 40c to families, warranted
good ; also New York sound's, by tho
quart; clams and fresh lobsters; squirrels,
ducks and other game; celery and fresh
Ohio butter, always on hand; also all
kinds of vegetables and fancy groceries,
sliced bam, &c, besides a variety of other
articles, including oranges and lemons, all
of which will be sold at a fair living profit.
10-19-tf.
KICI1UOFF FURNITURE 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 band, and can war
rant every article he manufactures. He
has also a full stock of Itcdattada, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Desks, ward robes, mat
tresses, etc., always on hand, and ms prices
defy competition. Sales room at tho fac
tory. 6-26tr.
WINTER BOOTS AND
SllOES.
Railroad men, farmers, draymen and all
others whose bus'mou lays out of doors,
and who for tho preservation of health
and good temper crght to wear good,
henvy wator-proof boots, can get just what
thoy want by calling on Wm. Ehlers. He
makes Fronch calf or kip boots, warranted
to tit well, wear well and give general sat
isfaction. 10-20-tf.
ATTENTION!
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in tho market
and is prepared to fill all
orders on tho shortest notice.
He guarantees both tho work
and material ; his patterns aro
of tho latest styles, and his
prices lower than any othor
shop in tho city. Confident
of tho excellence of his work,
ho invites tho patronago of
tho public. iciw 3m.
UCgYou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffeo Sugar for Ono Dol
lar; Seven lbs. Now Orleans
Sugar for Ono Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffeo, Ono Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, Ono Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, Ono Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
Ono Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
t WILEY & BIXBY'S.
FOR SALE
A one story brick houso ; with a lot 33
foot front by 100 feet deep. The house
contains three rooms and kitchen, has two
halls, also a cistorn atltached. For terms
apply on the premises, corner of Twcn
tieth and Poplar streets, Cairo, Ills,
11-23. lm. James A. Fry.
A Strikino Evidence of the high es
teem in which tho Charter Oak Stoves aru
held, is tho immense number of them that
aro annually sold 20,130 in 1871 1
12-1-diwlt
Spotted Like Dominoes. Tho teeth
soon become spccklod If every defilement
Is not removed from them every twenty
four hours. To do this effectually thoro
is nothing like Sozodont. It literally ren
ders the enamel impervious and indestruc
tible. 12-l-dSswlw
A Univehhai. Article or Faith.
In these days of religious contention it
has been thought impossible to indicate an
article ol faith upon which all sects and
classes wero united. There Is ono, how
ever, and a very notable ono too, vie.:
A belief which in implicit and universal in
tho paramount efllcacy of that matchless
Household Tonic and Kecuperant, Planta
tion Bitters The constantly increasing
patronage which it receives has, It is true,
excited the petty envy of certain splenetic
advertisers of pinchbeck pancceas, who
hope to mako a market for their own stug
nant, watery ware, by decrying all spirit
uous medicinal preparations. But the pub
lic can stomach neilhor tholr arguments
uor their potations, and consequently re
ject thee very weak imitations of tho
enemy as entirely too thin I
12.11 A:wlw
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MRS. MoQKE,
On Eighth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ujltoii Aenue. Is daily recltlne
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
or THE
LATENT YALL AND WINTKR HTYLK3
Mi"ine I lull I'tie of
arca-TiN-rETt; & hats
ITnmtiied nod untrimmed,
HSE.NC.f FLOWKiU. ItlUIUlNs, TRIMMINGS
offtll kicdi. I.hcei, el!., etc.
Mr'. MoOee lm Mo a Iftrg assortment o
r'ancy Articles, such en
NECK Tl.Vf, COLLABM. UNI)KrM.EEVK8,
HUFFS, SASH S3, FANH,
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcflcc. In addition to bcr utock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods. has a Unaone and
complete uortmcut of Cincinnati Custom
Made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren.' Boots, Black and in Colors. These
are acknowledged to be the finest and best
.Shoes in the market, and this Is the only
place in the city that makes them a specialty.
SELLING- OFF AT COST !
MRS. MARGARET JACKSON
Formerly Swander, Intending to remove
to Kentucky, desires to dispose of her large
and elegant stock of
MILLINEBY
immediately. In order to faclllltate the sale
of her goods, Mrs. Jackson has determined
to oiler the
ENTIRE STOCK AT COST
And invites the ladles of Cairo and vicinity
to call on her if they desire good bargains.
Mrx. Jackson's
GOODS ARE ALL NEW
The most of them having been selected from
the late fall styles, hence the ladies have a
rare opportunity to purchase new and lush
lonable millinery at cost price. The stock
consists of hats ribbons, flowers, hosier)',
ladles underwear, etc.. etc. 11-30 tf.
MAI.UO.NN.
CRYSTAL SALOON
AND
READING ROOMS.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD POST OFFICE STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ae.
The best brands ol Cigar, choice "Wines,
Liquor, etc., always on hand.
ESrOpen day and night.
OLD DELMONICO
SALOON AND READING AOOMS
Corner Tth street and
Commercial Av.
WINTER'S BLOCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
Proprietors.
K3The best brands of Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand tl
EL DORADO
IULLIAKD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN UATKH, Proprietor.
106 Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of Cellfp UCisanlu recelsvJ,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the test
of tables : and bar supplied with wiues, liquors
and cigars of thenost brands.
THE
LITTLF KENTUCKJAN
SALOON
AND
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PARKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 1th and Oth streets,
CAIRO, ILLS.
6.JMf.
MEALS AT ALL IIOUR3.
A flue now Dining Hall wlth'every con
vcnlonce has been added to this popular
Restaurant, and the guests will IUvj every
requisite for their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy of
tue season,
THE b.a.:r,
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOIISOTES & CIGARS
HTMlzed drinks prepared with care.
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Foreign Advertisements.
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CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPAlirY.
Is prepared to supply customer with th
quails- of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
OOATi.
ORDERS left at Halldav Bros, offlri. 7
OHIO LKVKK, or at the oal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will rtceive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "MoNTiUK" will bring coal
alongside to steamers atany hour.
MTUVKN. Tl.NVSKS:, KTC,
"XlfALLE Y,'
DEALER IK STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clotles Wringers Toile
ware, vosi uods, Fir Slorels, Air Oaten.
suatmcrnaiB or
TIN ZINC, OOFPES AND SHEE1
IKON WAKE.
N&. 166 Washington -avenue
CAIKO, ILLISOIS.
WRoofinn. GutUnnir. ud all kindi of la
work done at shortest notla. ferilrftf
IMI O IR, IE
HAVE BEEN" SOLD
They have given
GREATER SATISFACTION
They havo done
MORE & BETTER WORK
Are Moro Easily sold,
Paying a Better Profit to the Dealer
ASD
CHEAPER TO USE
Than any Cooking Stovo
IlfcT THE MARKET
OOLXi BY
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO
SAINT LOUIS.
Wholesale dealers in all kinds of
TINNERS' STOCK.
AND BY ALL
LIVBSTOVK DEALERS,
LIKE
C. W. HENDERSON,
190 Commercial ave., CAIKO, ILLS,
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER,
City IfaUoaal Bank BcUlcllssv.
aa.Bpeeial attention pud to orders Iron sieani
saUal(ltiM
l'JIOSl'ECTUa KOIl 1873. SIXTH YKAH
T HE A L D I N E,
An Illustrated Monthly Journal, universally
admitted to be the Handsomest Period
leal in the World. A Itcpresciita
mc and Champion of Anier.
lean Talc.
Mot for Halo In llnok or Nrtt Htor.
AKT DKI'AIIT.MKNT,
Notwithstanding the Increase In the iirlco
of subscription last fall, when the Aldlne as
sumcil ita present noble proportion and rep.
resentatlve character, the edition was more
than double the past ear; proving that the
America'! public appreciate a sltieerc ef
fort In tho cauo of Art. The publishers,
anxious to Justify tho ready conllileiiee thin
demonstrated, ha o exuituil UiciikcUcs to
tho utmost to develop and IniproM) the
work ; and the plans lor tho coming year,
as titilolded by tho monthly Issue", will as
tonlsh and dcllcht ecn tho most saniruinu
friends of tho Aldlne.
The Aldlne will reproduce) example of
mo ncii nirciirn inaiers, selected witn a
lcw to the highest artistic uccesi, and
Kreatcst general interest ; avoiding' such a
have become familiar, through photographs
or copies of any kind.
The quarterly tinted plates for 1873, will
reproduce four or John S. Ravi' Inimitable
child-sketches, appropriate to the four sea
sons. These plate", appearing in the iucs
for Jcnuary, April, July, and October,
would be alone worth the price of a year's
nubaerlptloii.
I'KKMIL'M CUUOMOS KOIt 1873.
Kvery subcrllier to the Aldlne. who pays
In iidvaneo Tor the year 1873, will receive,
without additional charge, a pair of bcaiitl
ful oil chromes, after J. J. Hill, the eminent
Kiiilfh painter. The pictures, entitled
"The Village llelle," and "Crossing the
Sloor," are 14x20 Inches arc printed from
dlll'crcnt plates, requiring as impressloiiH
and tint to perfect each picture, the same
chromos are sold for S30 per pair, In tho art
stores. As It Is the determination of It con
ductors to keep the Aldlne out of the reach
ol competition In every department, the
chromos will be round ahead ol anv that
can be offered by other perloille.il'. llvcrv
suberlbur will rceche acertillcate, over the
signature or the publl-heri. guaranteeing
that the chromos delivered shall be equal to
the sample furnished the agent,
pr the money will be refunded.
1 he distribution of picture- of this grade,
Tree to the SIlllSnrlliKra to tier, ilnllnr IikI'I.
odlcal, will mark an epoch lu the hl-tory or
Art; and, considering the unprecedented
cheapness or the price for The Aldlne Itself,
the marvel falls little short of a .nlrlacle,
even to those best acquainted With the
achievement or Inteiitltu genius ami Im
prove.) mechanical appliances. (Tor lllus
tratlons of thce chlomos, scu So ember is
sue ofthe Aldlne.)
THE MTKItAIlY DEPARTMENT
will continue under the care or Mr. liichard
Henry .Moddard, assisted by the best writer
and poet or tho day, who will strive to hao
the literature or the Aldlne always In keep
ing with Its artistic attractions.
TEHMS.
$D per aiiuin, In advance, with Oil Chro-
mo tree.
1 he A Mine w III. hereafter, be obtainable
only by subscription. There will be no re
duced or club rate; cash lor Mibserlptlons
must be sent to the publisher direct, or han
ded to tho local agent without responsibility
to the publishers, except In cases where tho
certificate is given, bearing tho fac-slmllu
signature or James Sutton fc Co.
AGENTS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently as
a local agent, will receive rull and prompt in
lormatlon bv applvlng to
JA3IE3 SUTTON & CO., Publishers.
68 Maiden Lane, New York.
UIFT E.NTEItl'lUSlK.
TDK ONLY RELIABLE GIFT DISTRIBU
TION IN THE COUNTRY I
Xj . 33. SIlTB'a
Nineteenth Grand
ANNUAL DISTRIBUTION,
To bo drawn Wednesday, Jnnury 1st, U7I.
$200,000 OO
TN VALUABLE GIFTS
(10,000 IN AMERICAN GOLD I
plO.COO IN AMERICAN SILVER I
Five PrizeB $1,000 P f
S- GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 600 g- (
One span or Matched Horses, with Family
Carriage and Silver-Mounted Har
ness, worth gl,&00 1
Five Horses and Haggles with Silver-
Mounted Harness, worth tOOO each I
Five Fine-toned Rosewood Pianos, worth
jjrxW each 1
25 Family Sewing Machines, worth
100 each !
2,000 Gold and silver Lever Hunting Watch
es (in au.) worm irom ?m to tf.iw cadi I
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewelrv, etc.
Number or girts 2T.000I Tickets limited
to joUjUoo s
AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS.
To whom Liberal Premiums will bo paid.
Single Tickets 2: Six Tickets ?10; Twelve
Tickets ?20; Twcuty-Uvo Ticket ?I0.
Circulars containing a full list of crises, a de
scription of the manner at drawing, and other
information In reference to the distribution, 111
be sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must be addressed to L. I). KINK, Box, 80,
main nrrtct, Cincinnati, O,
101 West 6th M noT-m 0
THE KENTUCKY
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
GIFT MONEY ALL UP.
e&OO.OOO IN RANK TO PAY ALL GIFTS.
A Full Drawing in Sight.
$100,000 FOR ONLY S10.
At the Second Grand Gift Concert author
ized by special act or tho legislature, 1n aid
of the Public Library or Kentucky, unavoid
ably postponed from September 28 to De
cember 7, and which positively and unequiv
ocally occurs In Louisville, Ky. December
7, 1872, without ftirthcr delay on any account
whatever, the following cash gllt are lor
distribution by lot among ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT. CASH $100,009
ONE GRAND GIFT , B0,MK)
1 Cash Gilt J2.V00I CahGift,f.vech
1 Caih Gift ,
1 Cash Gift .
1 Cash Glf' .
1 Cash Gilt .
1 Cull Cift .
20 000
16,000
J0,(N
ll.OOU
8,00(1
1 Cash Gift 7,0110
1 Cash Gift 0,000
I Cash Gift 6,ouu
I CaihGift 4.X
1 C.W.ifi 3.0TX)
TOTAL, 1,000 GIFTS
IS CalhGlftl,
Vd Cah Gifts.
21 Cash Gifts.
Cash Gills.
3.1 Cash Gifts.
46 Cash Gifts.
60 Cash Gifts,
HI Cash Gifts,
ton Cash Gifts.
2 Cash Gifts.
l.issieach
Hi si each
MSI each
TOOeach
fi00eai.li
WO each
40(1 each
3 0 each
JWItarh
inOeash
ALL CASH..8S0O.OO0
The money necessary to pay in full all It e
offered glf in now upon deposit in tne
Farmers' and Drovers, Hank, as will bo -ecu
by tho following certificate ofthe cashier:
Fakmkus' and Duoveis' Rank, )
Louisvillk, Ky.AScpt. 2(1, 1872. f
This Is to certify that Otero Is now on de
posit lu this bank over a half a million ol
dollars to tho cretll ol the Gift Concert
Fund, 8300.000 -if which U held by this bank
as Treasu.cr or the Public Library or Ken
tucky to pay off all gifts to bo awarded at tho
drawing. g VKA(. CMblcri
TRICK OK TICKETS.
Whole tickets, 810; halves, 85; nuarters,
82.B0; 11 whole tickets for 8100; 28 tor S22R;
M ror 8B00; 113 for 81,000; 225 for 82,500; &7ft
lor 85 000, No discount on less Uian $100
worth oftlckets at a time.
The drawing will positively and unequiv
ocally take place December 7. Agents are
peremptorilly required to close sales and
make returns December 25, in order to glvo
ample time for the final arrangements. Or
ders lor tickets or applications for circulars
suoulU be aciuresseu to
Foreign Advertisements.
OLL'AR AflD
HARMLESS AS WATER,
mmi ihscovbhy for the
HAIR.
A perfectly clear preparation In .me hot
tic, an easily applied as water, for restoring
to gray hair Its imtural color and youthful
appearance, to eradicate and pre cut dand
ruir, to promote tho growth of the hair and
Hop Its tailing out. It i entirely harmles, and
perfectly free from any poisonous substance
and will, therefore, take the place of all the
dirty and unpleasant preparations now In
use. Numerous testimonials hao been sent
us from many or pur nm.t prominent cltl
sens. In cvcrythlm; In which the article.
Tr- !VV-vni;" "'J'lol'able, C'RYaTAL
DLSCOV hRTi, Is perfect. It is uananted
ly contahi neither sugar of Lead Sulphur or
Mtrato of Silver, It ttoes not soli the clothes
or scalp. Is agreeably pcrrumcd. ami makes
one or the best dressing, for tho Hair In ue.
It restores the color ot the llalr "more per
ret and uniformly than any other prepar.t
tIoii."and alvvat. does so In from thiee to
ten dav. virtually feeding the loot- with tho
nourishing qualities necessary to lu growth
and healthy condition: It restors the de
caved ami Induces a new growth or the
Hair more positively than nnj thing cNc'.
1 he application or this Wonderful ?cov
cry also produces a pleasant mid cooling
c feet on the scalp and gUcs tho Hair a
pleilnjr and elegant appearance.
Call at your druggist (or It and take no
other. II he has not got It let htm order It
Price ?1 per bottle.
, , ARTHUR NATTANS,
Inventor and Proprietor, Washington 1).(1
JOHNhToN. IIOI.I.OWAY .t Co.,
General Agents. Philadelphia.
JNO. F IIKNRY and F. C. WKLI.S.tCO..
Now ork, and to be bad ol Wholesale
ilmggst, everywhere. (i.-juti
Foreign Advertisements.
IB
Household Remedy!
i
in?mT?1tI!.?n cn.t,e theie Bitter accord
R?.,.0,l,lrec,lOM. and remain long unwell, provided
pomt of repair orglM 1,Mt"1 uoni1
m - anr inns lieaiiaCQC. FaJR
the Shoulders, Coughs. Tlglitncs ot the Chest,
lilziines. Sour Krucutlons or the Stomach. Ui3
IV,MSMu ""' Attacks. Palpitation o
region of tho Milnejs, and a hundred other palnfat
!mP"2J?m' flro ,hc '"'"Prinirs of lijspepsis. ono
bottle will prove a better guarantee of Its merits
than a lengthy advertisement.
,r , n'"'e -'ottilnlnt, In young or old.
I5Srr.'5?JrrlWCl ttt ,he womanliood. or
.M?M??n.2fi"f' lhc,e Tonle imters display so
perceptible lnaucnc ,hat 'mPfovement Is soon
For JiirUiiimMorr ntl Chronic Rhen
inaliaiii and (lout, Unions, llemlttent and Inter,
mlttcnt levers. IHseases of the Wood. Uver. Kid
ncjs and bladder, these flitters have no equal.
Huch Diseases aro caused by Vitiated Blood.
Tneynie n gentle Ptsrgntlvo wall as
a Toiilc, possessing the merit of acting as a
powerful agent In relieving rvmirestlon or Innsm.
Silo?MiaUJWr D" Vl8?Cri1 0rln, MJ 18
.,' Skin Dlsrnses, Kruptlons. Tetter, Salt.
r.henm. Illolclies, Spots, I'lmples, Pustules. Ilolls.
(.arbun-lcs, Itlng-wornis. Scald-IIead. Sore Eyes
r.ryilpcliu, Iich, Scurfs, Ulcoloratlons of the skin
Htuuurs and Diseases of the Skin of whatever name
or lutnre, are literally dog up and carried out
of thn system ta a short ume by the usa of thesa
I'ltter.s.
Grntefiil Tliniisanils proclaim Vinzoar Bit.
Tcr.4 tho most wonderful Invlgorant that avsi
snstalued tho sinking system.
, II. II. .TIcDOMAI.D 4. CO.
Pru(flsts ami tien. Agw., san Francisco. Cal.. ft
cor. of Washington and Charlton St.. N.Y.
SOl.t) IIV AI.I. IlltUfidlSTS A DEALERS.
As an Invlirorator, liver Corrector
n:td Illootl RenoTntor Is superior to all th
Hitters, Elixirs, Cordlnla and Haraa-
j .-.rillna In n'. It Is so adapted to the whols
ysieni that every orpin and function in tbs body Is
iTuigtit uudr ItsexhllaratlDelnflotnea. It c"s
tirto nud atrenstli to the dlgralivo np
Iiarntaa, dlipclalnncnornnd debility,
invigorate tlio I.lvcr, rcEtilntea this
Itlduejm and Doncls, rsmovts tin effsct ot
eiceisor ovtrtaxatlon cf any Und and glvas vl
tnllty and rlchneasi to tho blood.
Its curatlva powtri alter and cotaplstsly re orean
lis tlx entlra mass of Holds and avtn tho solids of
ths liusan system, therety prevsntlnf and curing
Dystieptio nnd Coniamptlve Hymp.
to:n. Fever nod Ague, BUIonsi Dlsjcna
), I'cvrra of nil Uiiida.Nervoua Dcbll
tty, AfTcctlona of tho Btninnch and
ElosrcU, etc. As a Diild anl dsllghtful Invlgo
runt for delicate fsmalat, It has do snpsrlor.
Ily Its use new Ufa and vigor Is glvon to Lolhl-vly
and mind, senillne a (low of vitality through nary
part, which Is permanent nnd lnatias;.
It Is tL molt eff.ctual rtmedy for tbs rallaf of
linman inffsrlng ever discovered, and as pleasant to
ths tasu as old rya or Una wis.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X X THE X fS X
x WORLD x
To p-odnce a mora delicious mtdlclna to take, yetso
latent for tin prevention and curs of dlsrasM as
ir. zsszt'i w:si5'3 5:hk ixn 8iMD rrsiiiis.
Price 01, or O Ilottlca for 03.
I'reparad ty the Oraftou Jledlelna Co.,ST. LOCI9,
y,a, SIJ ly DrurcUts and dsalsrs lu medietas
r ryrtere.
EVER YBO D Y
mncmsTUB best m achittei
iHE LIGHT RUNNING"
"DOMESTIC"
'
--'-,iiit.iw.
"Aniwsrs tUj
ijneitlon, oai
presents tt
ccrd of lacctsi
anpiralleled la
the history of
tbs Invention.
A gsats wanted
everywhere.
Addrstl K
"DOMESTIC
aaaHsaaflsafl
"S.IVI.OO., New York.
Cao l)r. Henry'a World's Toale and
Blood Pnrlflcr.'
It Is the great household remedy, pleasant to
take, yet potent for the prevention and cure ot
diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial,
Hucuu or 8arsaparllla. Sold by Druggist
nr. ITcnry'a Boot nnd Plant Pllla.
SUM yet thorough no nausea or griping en
Irely vegetable great 1 Ivcr remedy. Price 25
cents. Sold by Druggists.
Mrs. Whltcomb'a Syrap.
The great soothing remedy. Price only 5
;ents. Gives rest to the mother and health to
tho child Sold by Druggists .
Marriage Gnlde.
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, Xcv?
Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages,
PilceMccnta, Address Da. Botts' DisrsTx
uar, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Ma
a Advertisement.
A BOOK FOR THE MILLION !
A .Private Counselor to the Harried
or those about to Marry, on the Physioloclral ms s
terlesand revelations of thaseiuat jyitra, wm, H,
latest discoveries in producing and preventing off.
Pl'n.lti preserving the complexion, Ac,
This is an I Trailing work of two br-dred and
sixty pagas. with numerous engravings, aud contains
valuablK Information for those who aro married or
contemplate marriage still It is a book that ought
to be under lock and key and Dot laid carelsulr
about the house.
,5 "T " irrwsi r stw) ror rifivCenu. iMrri.
Dr. Ursu' bliptuary, No. II M. Il,blH btlwl. bt.U,.,ll..'
wtics ia tm AjriicuD uro tokbitoak.
C3" nfor prljl to tbt liowrliwi (Jo.r. wUo.Jrili. l
rublle ptixri. er ailn( ta Q.e lleaiedln. Mrui. I)r Boiu"
Z!S:X'.mgl!"ftu'""i""t " how.plorsbl. j.or
eoo.llUoa. . l. Born cm b tvamlus, prriounr or br mill
n ibt dlwin auntlomj la bU oru. Y)m. jf II sSnS
ltbtt Btrwt. Utwa Mulr "U Ct.iaut.si: UW. Me.
FOR SALE.
ON EASY TERMS I
A valuablo farm within seven miles o!
Metropolis, on the .lonesboro lloail, consist
ing of ino acres with acres- cleared anil
other Improvements, now owned ami form
crlv occupied, hy.T. T, Untitle.
'fKUMs. One-fourth down balance In
one, two and three years notes secured by
mnrtK'ne, with six per ceut. Interest.
M. II. Tho timber Is (,'ood nnd has novcr
been culled nnd no timber will bo permitted
to bo cut or used, except what is necessary
for the wear and tear ot the place, until after
the second pnyment leu been made.
For Information apply to
J. T. IIKNN1E
0-8-tf Oalnill.
Agent, Kentucky 1'upuo i.iurs
Jilrary UuUdUg, LoulsvUle, Ky
OOV. TUOS.E. nUAMLETTE,
, Kentucky l'ubllo Library, 1'uhlit
HBNRY U. MEYER,
BXOBLSIOK-
DECOUATIVE, SIGN and OUNA31ENTAL
PAI1TTEB.
GRAINING AND MABBLINU
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in nverv atvle. iilnlii and oniameiital.
Particular attention Paid to (lbs Glldlti(.
Orders solicited for Scenery, Freseoe anC
Banner ralntlng.
FANOY GLASS" SHOW CARPS
-5300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalizkd dt Statk Authoriit AJtD
Dkawn ik Tudlio in St. Louh.
Grand Single XM umber Scheme.
50,000 NI7MBER8.
Claps 21 ro bk Drawn Dec. 31, 1873
o.bbu itizcs, AmounttnR to $300,000.
ocu 1'rtresor. f too
or i,issr
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of......... ln.um
7,HJ
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2.MSI
1, 01 si
2VI
of......
of
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of
of
Tickets $10;
Half
9
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9
ft
S8
ao
ISO
MSI
of...
of.
of.
of
of
of
of.
600
300
2S0
2U)
ISO
100
111
Tiokots, $5: Quarter
Tickets, $2 oo.
Our lotteries arn chartered by the State, ara
always drawn at the time named, and all draw
iniie are under the supervision of sworn com
missioners. The official riraVIng will b mibllahed In tba
ft. Loulspspem and a copy of drawing sent to
purchasers of tickets.
We will draw a similar aeheme tha tut day of
esery month during tha yar 1S72.
Ri-imtnt our rlk by postofflea money order,
'ea'stered letter, draft or express. Heno for cir
cu.ar. Address, MUItltAY, M1LI.F.H CO.,
I'. O. box 2445. tit. Louis, Mo.
4-lOflswlsr
iH.nitjiiAJir Tiour.rn
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
FOK SALE, ) "SIa (If OH SAL1S,
I FcrHale I
VOTt SALE. J KrHsJalFOR SALE
Faro from Livkrfool,
faro from Londcndkrbt
Faro from GLAsaovf,
Faro from QuKKNOTowrr
TO CAIKO, :::::::: $48 20
flsllord, Morns A Ca , cent
INMAN LINE
Liverpool Mew.Yotk ahd Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
caora contxsot with ristTto stxtbs aan ibitisb
OOTIksmtllTS
For CarryiDjf the Malls
FOR PASSAGE TICKETS
oa rcuTitta isrossnnoK
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aar.
IS Itrosdway, New-York, erta
II, II on i t,
Washington Avpnn. Cairn. nnia. si
AGENTS WANTED.
The Mastek Spibitsoftiie World
AND
The Treasure IIocsE op America.
TIIK OREAT HOOK Or TI1K TKAR.
AgcntH report sales of 25 to 100 copies
In a few hours ordays. 1'uospbctus Funis
Address J. "SV. GOODSPEED,
New York, Chicago Cincinnati, St. Loula
N.Orleans. 9-;iwl0w
$64,260
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Legalized by an act or the Legislature.
The most llboral Lottery ever drawn. Only
7,140 tickets ami 3,080 prizes.
To be drawn Iec 23, 1872, In Covington, Ky.
Ono Capital Prize of $25,000.
nm idnln nnd ornamental. AU walk I
trusted to my care will be prompt ly at
tended to. snop in rcrrv iiouse, con
Commercial avenue and Eighth street.
tended to. Snop In Perry House, comer I
otumerc
ssptitf.
1 I'rlze of ....?5,000
1 1'rlzo of..... 2,150
2 Prizes ot 1,!00
2 Prizes ot, .. 600
3.0S0 Prizes, amounting to.
Tlckots, $12. Halves, ?fl,
13 Prizes of... 250
30 Prizes of... 00
420 Prizes of... 20
2,010 Prizes of... 0
61,200
Quarters, 3.
Our 1.nltorti.a urn rharicrrd hr the state.
and drawn at the time named, under th su
pervlslon of sworn cpmmUsloners.
The drawings will bo published in the
New York, Chicago, and Louisville papers.
We will draw a similar scheme the last
Saturday of every mouth during the yean
'"ilclui't at our risk by Post-offlce Monay Or
der, Itegtstered Letter. Draft or LxpMaa.
raTsiend for a circular.
Address SMITH, SIMMONS CO..
Uox c"J7 Covlngtou, X.
10-25soUwlY.

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