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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1Q, 1872.
CAIRO BULLETIN. Tat reputation of the Stelnway piano it kaowD til over tbo world. 11-Hlf. N. P. Curtici, Agent. Fxatxim In large or small quantities t vary '. low ,figurei at II. Lovl'i bide Itore, on Ohio Leveo. 10 lSdtr Frmn oysters rccolvoJ dally and for ale by the wliolo or half cnn At Phil Saup'i. lo-adtf. PlANOi and organs for from $60 to $1,600. N. P. Uunncic, Agt., Cor. Twelfth Si SVi.ih. nvo. 11.2'J.tf. MkRCIIANTit, clerks, or nny others who wish to wear lino booti either calf, moroc co, kid or patent Icalhur of the very latest tyle, go to Wrn Ruler's, on Twentieth trtel. 10 10tf' C'AI.L and cxuininu tlio pianos at 111 o Kov. U. II. Tlmyor'n and S. P. Vboelcr'. St. Louis bell trehla manufacture. 11-Mlf. N. Y. Curtiok, Agent. Patcr-AUK rot (Jiikistmah. Now and elegant Juwu)ry,(ipproprlato for Christina gilts, rnny he found At Hudor Ilrotlieri. tr. To any. of our friends who deslro a flrit-cUn nrtlclo In thei line of boots, ihoct or palters, mado to order, of the best itocVc, and In any stylo or pattern desired, wo would lay try Vi'm Killer's before going eliowhoro. 10 lOtf TllK tit. I.ouli bell trobtu pianos are ai durable hi uny piano In the market, and the swoetest-lunod tlint you over listened to. N. P. CuiiTicr., Apt., Conservatory, cor. Twelfth A: Wash. ll-J2.tf. Bokiik.v crhalten bl V il-y &: Iliiby gewuerztD und gcpookolto Schwelnn. zungcri; ebcti-o qowtfrr.to Tripe, Scliwiir tetnugen und IJIulwurel. l'.'-7-3t. Mn.UKo. Stkimioukr, barbor r.n.d Imlr J rracr, corner of l(;hi!i street Mid (.'out tuercUl HVenttr,detlre tocnll tho ntttiiition of the bearded community to hi neatly rr rtngod saloon, and tho fact that ho Is wai ter of hit profession in nil iti branches lie hut bearded many a Hon in hli den, and calls for moro. tf. Noncr or Kkmoval. II. Saycrs ha) removed from No. 03 to 95 Ohio Lover, where he ii paying the highest price! In caih for scrap iron, ragi, ropet, copper brail, lead and all klr.di of old metali. Alio, the hlgheit prlcei in the city paid for bides, fun, feathen, leeiwaz, ginseng, tallow, greaie, etc., etc. Remember the place. No. 95 Ohio Levee. 11-7 tf. For SaLX CtiKAr ior Cami. Tho valuable residence property, known ni the "Rankin Property," situated between 16th and leth itreeti, Is offered for tale cheap, for cash. Thli fine property comiiti of four good loti, with three dwullingi, All In excellent order. Inquire of Ocorob Fisnca, 11-8 tf. at the Cuitom Home To add to the attractiuni of tho Thalia saloon and restaurant, which it Ii to well known tervei oyiteri in every ityle, the proprietor ipreadi hot lesciim. very morning at ten o'clock, and invite the publio to como and partake thereof, without money and without price. Fur thermore, If you would indulge inaglan of lager, pure wine, hot punch, Tom and Jerry, or any of the popular cold weather drink), you can obtain it nowhere in more palatable ibape, than at the ''Thalia," corner of Washington avenue, and Twelfth street. 12.2-tf. Hour Aoaik. Mr. Golditlne, of the firm ol Golditlne & Koienwater, hat re turned homo from Now York, where he ha been making largo purchases of win ter dry goodi, clothing, etc. Luckily, Mr. Goldstlue bad completed all bit purchaiei be'oro tbo Button Are, and therefo-o be fore the late advance in pricei. Mettri. Ooldttlnei Koienwater can, consequently, ell At price exceedingly below thoio now current in thli market. They aik the public to call and inipect their goodi and certain their pricei, being tatlfled thai no one will go away from tho itore, leav ing behind them tho bargain) thli firm are prepared to offer. tf Louis Blatt'iau, whom everybody knowi, and who It the friend of every body, 1) now fully imtalled in bis now qoarteri, on Eighth itreet, between Com mercial and 'Waihlngton avenues. Ho of fer) to the public tho beit St. Louli boer the choicest brands of wlno and the pureit liquor to be found In tho city, and hopes tbat these, rivll treatment and a cordial reception, will iniure to him a gcneroui ibare of public patronage. Come and tee Louii in hit new home. lie hat a wel oome for everybody, and for you, reader cordial ono. tf. Ouribtmah 18 Coui.no. liuder Broth er) have made olaborate preparation) for Cbrlitmat In tbo way of filling their hand aomo itore room with new and elegant jewelry, gold and silver watchei, plated and tilver ware of the noweit patterns, and a Ado stock of pianos, organs and other musical Initrumenti. A look through Buder Brother's stook will leave no ono at a loss in tha soloctlon of a Christmas present for a friend. Evory article in tbolr line Is placed before the purchaser, and be can select an elegant and appro priate Christmas present for a big friend or a little one, male or female, wifo daughter, sister or sweet-beart, at a prico suited to bis purie and Inclination. The Buders extend a cordial invitation to the public to call and cxamtno their Christ mas stock. ll.28.tf. Mrs. Anna Lano, Eighth street be ween Commercial and Washington ave nues, baa )ust received a large and varied stock of fall goods, and deilres to call par ticular attention to ber handiome assort ment of ladies' and ohildron's underwear, something new in this market. Her woolen drawers and leggins combined are also something new and the mod comfort able thing for children in cold weather ver devised. Mrs. Lang also bai a well lected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all of wbloh will be sold at ebtap a oaa be tyiBd iMWkar t la this narket. The finest oysters In the city can be found at tha flew York store, only, forty cents a can. 12-Btf. To Ltousr Ownem, A prompt paying cath tenant, desires to rent a bouse of about six rooms. Apply at tbo office of Halliday Bros, wharf-boat. lli-B-3t For Sale. A good residence near the court-homo. Title porfect. Termi easy. Apply to J. O. Lynch at tho county clerk's office. 12-8-dlOt Srxvc Anhki.hknt, tho bar-kecpor, has openrd a flnu saloon in LouU JMsttonii'i old stnnd, whero cut) b found, at all titno, Stuvo serving his customer! with tho best of drinkable. U-22-tf Good Nrwa Ono of tho largest and most coinpleto stock of cutlom-madn boot! and shoes ovor brought to this market, has Just been rccolvod by Messrs. Hardy 3t Orecnwold, No. 105 Commercial ave. Tlicso gentlemen aro both practical work men in the hoot and shoe business; have had a larger experience, and cannot be de ceived intu purchasing anything but the very best ttock. Thoy employ n number of first-class workmen nt their establishment, and are manufacturing r.vxnr variety amu ntti.K of I.ridlcs and Mines' shoes and gaiters at St. Louis prices, and guarantoo latiifitclion. Tliey make thema specialty They also make to ordor all kinds of Que calf, kip or leather boots, in stylo and price tnat defies competition, either in Cairo or In tho West. All goods warranted to bo as represented. tf THK " THALIA." A SINNEinTADVICK. He wise, and repair to the "Thalia " moon. Where citizens gather, morn, even, and noon: 'Tl there ott get Oysters and Turkey and t.iauis. In eVry style deslr'd ; also, Sugar cured Hams. Oh, ai for tho Drinks! thoy'ro superior and unc No bogus potnto-hup hrnlh, I am Mire, Hut genuine l.Utior-. .iiintlit as May, Warm yujut right ami enliven "your clay. "Our" Jaeckel will brew you a capital Punch. Or draw you a giant of prime Lager for Lunch ; Each morn you'll find there a bountiful ipn-ad, Itoaht and boll'd, hot soup, with excellent bread : Of all Cairo's saloons, th; " Tualia'a" ahead I No drunkards or rowdies are bobbing around, No "ropeni" or camblcrs are there to be tound ; So hie thee to Jacckel's for Oysters and "itch," And if he don't suit you, then call me a witch. The mocking bird tunes up bis whistle to wile. Your musical tattc in a wonderful atyle ; Geraniums and hyaclntbes, there may be seen, The wiuduwi, adorning with beautiful green Uow few are the cooks that can properly Mew Tho delicious bivalves, (which you know to ue irue,) But A. Jaeckel has got the whole science bv heart- Slew, broil or pattics-he Is "boss" of the an. On Washington avenue, comer oi Twelfth" lu i ifcty and peace you can drink a friend's health: There, too, you can read all the news of the day; And mod'rate tho charges ho atks vou to Old Chrlttman Is coming, and then you'll Und The patrons of "Thalia" are not lost to mind ; He will show you a sample of what he can do, A. Jaeckel' a Brick a thorough "True Blue!" Cairo, December 7, 1872. A Woman's Kioiit "We hold this truth to be self-evident that all women are endowed with certain inalienable righti, among which are lire, liberty, and a Charter Oak cooking stove. Tho latter Is an Indispensable article in any well reg ulated household. 12-8d&wlt Most IIemirkaiilk In its effects, and most useful in its application tbo fragrant Sozodont has become the most popular dentriflce in existence 'Tis used and praised by everybody. 12-8d&wlw The Great Hair Producer. Hair oils, pomatums and pomades have bad their day. Tbey belong to tbo musty past. Nobody that understands tho chemistry of tho hair and tho philosophy of iti growth thinks of using them. Instead of clog ging tho pores of tho scalp with thick on guents, and thus obstructing the insomi lilo perspiration which is essential to the health of the fibers, we now tone the sur face of tho head with an invigorating appli cation which penetrates to tho roots of the hair and stimulates them in the same way that '.tho fertilizing agent) spread ovor the meadows stimulate the grass roots and causo the blades to spring up in myriads, coating the earth with verdure. Tbo invigorant!heit adap ted to this purpoio Is Lyon's Katbalron. It may well be called the fertilizer of the head. To the barren scalp it communi cates vegetative power. If tbo hair Is dropping out or becoming dry and with ered, It arrests the proceu of dilapidation or blight. The hair thickens and becomes glossy and flexlblo under its genial opera tion, and as a drassinc it Is unapproached by any preparation that has yet been laid on the toilet of fashion, l'.'-S-d&w-lw. ATTENTION. Roceived daily by exprets at "Winter's grocery In "Winter's block, the following good) kept in loo : Freth white flih, lalmon, bass and percb; frosh oysters, direct from Baltimoro, by the can at 40c to families, warranted good; also Now York sound's, by the quart; clams and fresb lobsters; squirrels, ducks and other gamo; celery and fresh Ohio butter, alwvys on hand; also all kind) of vogetables and fancy groceries, sliced ham, kc, besldos a variety of other articles, including oranges and lemons, all of which will be sold at a fair living profit. lO-HMf. WINTER BOOTS AND SHOES. Railroad men, farmers, drayman and all others wbose buslnets lays out of doors, and wbo for tbo preservation of health and good temper eight to wear good, benvy water-proof boots, can get just wbat they want by calling on Wm. Enters. Ha makes Freoch calf or kip boots, warranted to fit wall, wr wall aad It general sat Isfcttla. )lHt 'a . i- n Railroad Advertisement. ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R TO OHIOAQO Elf hty'MUee the atMrtaat mmmf TO ST.XjOTJIS NO CHANGE OF OAKS KflOM CAIRO TO ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO. ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CAR8 OM CAIRO TO ClLclnnnll, i-liasspoll. Totaxla, DMrott, ClefeUod, NIKr fill lluflM'), I'ltUhatK, WutiinituD. Baltimore, l'hlladlpl)ii, Nw York. Iloiloii and all poloti Mt. Mltffiukle, JandSTllle, Madison. l.aCronio, hi. faul J all points north. 1 hi Is aim th only direct rout to Docttiir, nionmlsxtoo, Njitiaxald, lVorin, Qui bct, Kisokuk, IlurliDKtoi, Kock Il.iad, La Ralle, MfD'loU, Dixon, Krf-port, UaUaa, Uubaquo, floui CHy, Omaha and all points aorthweM, Elegant Drawing Room Sleeping Ca On all Ifight Trains. H'SKs Chocked to all Important poials. For ticket and Inforrnatinn, apply to I. C. R.R depot it aim; on board the truntit uteitmor he Iwmu Oolumbus and Cairo, and at tn prinolpi rallroa I ticket nflic throuKhout th south. W. 1. JOIINVJN. nn'l Pans. Ak'I, Chioa-o A. MttcHiLL, Gen'l. Hull's. Chicago. J. JOHNSON, Ag"t. Cairo. SPRINGFIELD AND ILLINOIS SOUTHEASTERN R. P.. On and after Monday, April 24lh, 1972 trains will run as follows: northern DtvmioN. lkAIM O'lINO tnctmisT. Mail. Express. Lratt Vlrtlnln 0-40 a. m p.m. ' pilnqPtt.l......i " 3:00 ,' Tjioriii iur. e Arrive M fn.- -.11.10 ' . .I7 " TIIIXI O..IHU HOBTn'T. Express. Mali. I.mn l'c 4.KI . m m " Tmlor'Hlf 4 M ' 4 4 ' ArrlriHirr-Kfil(l..o.n ' ,.M.....uj " lAiin Htinnitlfllil R.5 " 6 10 " Arinrnt Vltginu .S " 1J lOUTlIitX DIVISION. taAii wins sanuniT, Lt( tlirwood ..S.30 a. rn. .. 10.10 p, a " Klora.... I.S 11.40 " Arrive at hawac'n .34 " ..,6 It IlfAUKAHCr. I1TSTJBA1TOH COMPAHICa. XIAOARA, IT. T., Ait..... AaU... AjseU...., At..... OnilAlflA, K. T., HAHOVER, If. T, RXPOLic, ii. ir, ..J,OM,Ttl 7) 100 ,nt,M09 Comprising tbe UadsrwrlUn' A4aey, TONKERJ, V. T. ..I7S 4M H AL1AXT CITT, ilU ... .4M.1M IS rimxitRa'a IDD, B. Tn AMU.. S7S.S00 OS SXCURITT, X. T. MARIKE, tsstts ...1,432.14a Btotes, Dwalliniv, Puraitare, Hulls aad Car iocs, Insured at rale M lavrrabla aa seuad, per manent sMuritr will warrant. I rupfctfullT Mk or tha clUsn ot Cairo, shareof Ihsir patioaas. C. Tr.HTJOIUCat. TEDTONIA LIFE INSURANCE OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS. ASSETS. S600.000. JOHN A. HUOK. - President. U. KNOBRLSDOBFF, - - - tjecretary. Chas. Reite, He.hrt "Weber, A. C. Exiixo, A. Misch, Urus. Wekthe, Chas. Veroha, Francis Lapkner. Cba. Dihuxs, C. Uirsoh, Wm. Beivhaesqt, JOHN rXLDKASir. Tb best orcanlaMl aa4 aaenrMt companr to tbo northwest. Tn only company wbiob sr eotnDanv wfeli aoioet a caso lurrvnacrTaiuv I RtlV- CARL L. THOMAS, Gen. Ao't, ISdlv far rJr sua vlelBlty W. II, Moms, Notary Public H. H. Caa4 N. Pub. aad 11. a Oo n insrsTJKH. FIRE, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK AUUiiJJtxT, L.irn, MTNA, HARTFORU, AssU .fs,MI,604 T NORTH AMERICA, PA., AstsU - 12,7)3,000 00 HARTFORD, COMM., Assets .m M..S2,M4,J10 Tt PHCSMIX, HARTFORD, ASSSts . .l.TIII,t4l S8 INTERNATIONAL, N.T., AMts - ...1,3S3,9S IT PUT All, HARTFORD, AsMU WOt.Wl CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND, Assail .- ttlt.lTS SS IIOMB.OOLQHDUS, Asssts S!M,STS 43 AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO., Asssts .....I MO.OW 0 OONNEOTIOTT MUTUAL. LIFE, AusU 110,000,000 09 TRAVELERS', HARTFORD, LIFE AND ACCIDENT, ASMU , .......II ,400,800 DO RAILWAY FABSENOERB AS8CRAN0B CO., HARTFORD, Vint.. ,.1600,000 00 IHDlTlHDElIT, ROSTOV, ArV4tliisaM$)e ntM0(MS 00 BAFFOBD, MOBBI340ANDEB, Foreign Advertisements. BUV(M. P. G. Schuh. t S 00 3 H H W w o s H w c C3 73 a tr. tl) s IP o 3 n V. w 3 9 C P CO o o r c a J H W a K H W 4 O c K g qnqog q ASKS. ENTERPRISE SAYINGS Ckatrtwad Maurals II, IMS. OfFICE OP CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO OFFICERS I A. B. S AFFORD, President; S. L TAYLOR. Vlce-Prasldents fl. HYSLOP, decrstary and Trewurer raxcroui P. M. BaaetAV, Cut. OAuaaaa, P. H. tVroeatuTB. Pan G. Bcaua, R. H. Ovsmmsusi, H. P. Bauibav, 1. M. pattur. Pep astftt tMjr Ajsaajuit BaelTwl tsrvaa fllS, iSTTKHEST paid on deposits at the rasa ol ix pareeat. per annum, llarah tat and 8ptm r Us. latereal not withdrawn I addad Imrnt. diaMy loth principal of the deposit, thsrabr MARRIED WOMBS AMD CHILDREN MAT SRPC4IT MOXT1T o vbav ao oaa sua cam aaaw it. Opea vary vnttaas dav from .m. to S p.m., aad Saturday kssisi tot RAVIN Q DEPOSITb oair, rrom to s o'ciocx auotl W. HT8LOP.Traurr. THE CITY NATIONAL S A.HTTC. CAIRO, ILLINOiaj CAPITAL, . . 9100,000 W. P. BALLIDAT, PrMld.nl j HENRT L. HALLIDAY, Vic-Prldni A. B.MAPPORD, Chiw; WALTER HT3LOP, Assistant Cashltr, oiascfoasi Htaatb Tatlob. Robibt IT. CunlMaiiH Hurav L. Hasjjbit. W. P. Halluuv . Oaa, LVWiMiiBioB, BriraaM Bibb Vlstasl.lias, tAOM.a. walistsigw. Clas asasl DsUtal ajtsstoa BbuU Bvachi sua! ttolet. EPOeiTU raoalved, and a anrml baaklnt ikuslBM dona. FIRST NATIONAL BANK or CAIKi, DANIEL gURD. tWdaoti ROBERT. MILuSU. Vlo.WUal O. M. Hbttiaa, casaler. COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE BZCBAMwE, oola. beak Bete asU Ualtss eatss sisartasiWiaM ail eold. Foreign Advertscments 411 T KSTKHVMHH. WFtEMTErP RISE 1 1 4 WA" 11 UKENUACKH THE ONLY RELtARLf, OIFT DtSTIUMl' HON IN THE COUNTRY 1 Nineteenth (Irmul ANNUAL DlSl'RIBUTTON, To l drawn WediiMly, Juniurjr 1t, l7l $200,000 OO TN VALUABLE OIFV8 S 10.000 IN AMriRtCAN (3()M)' 10.C0O IN AMKUIUAN SlLVKItl Five Frlxesfl.OCO j Ten Frlxes COO One span of Matdicil 5Iorc, with Fainllv Oarrli?o and Sllver-JIniiiileil Ilnr ncss, worth l ,CH) I Flvn Horn's and lluirgloi. with Silver- Moitntcil Harness, worth $000 ench I Flvo Flne-toncd Itoscwood l'luno, worth .VW earh ! 2.1 Family Hewlntr Slachlnes, worth $100 each 1 2,:i00 Gold and silver Lover limiting Watch es (In all,) worth rrom $J0 to ftioo naeh 1 Mold Chnlns, Kllver-warc. .lewelrv. etc. Number of Kln 2S.0001 TlcKctit limited to 100,000 1 AOKXTS WANTKI) TO SELL T1CKK I'. To whom Liberal I'n-mltitn will bo pal.). Slnzle Tickets $2: Six TlckcU $10; Tvcl,-f TlckeU $20; 'I'wonty-llve Tickets $40. rinnlar containing a lull list or prlscn, criptlo'i of tf, mnDr ot ilrawlnn. and nthr information in reftf nc to the dimrlbmion, ill l MM to say cop ordering them. All lMtr lnnt Ij yidrvss;d to L. 1. SINK, Box, M, mix orrica, Cineinnitl, O. Ml Wftsili n. nof-lii , $300,000. MISSOURI STATU LOTTKItY. Lehvlizru by Statk Actiioritv and Drawn in Puiilic in Kt. Louis. Oraud Singlo Number Sohurao. 50,000 NUMHEU8. Clai8 M ro dk Drawn Dec 31, 1872 6,880 Prlios. Amountlnc to $300,000, I Prlsoof.., I " of 13.4MI 1 " Of......... 10,(1(10 1 " Of... T.60U 4 " Of..,,,.., rJ 4 " ot j;6fln W " f. 1,000 to " of 61l 40 of .. ISO Tickots $10; Half Vn Pritrnof. 9 o 9 30 36 180 MNl of.., of..... or of of of of if.. 100 400 30 VjU 2m IV) 110 10 Tickets. $&: Ouartur xicxeis, ja oo. Our lottf rlea aro chsuerad by tha Ftnl. at always drawn at the time nam-. I, and all rtrnw Ing ara nndar lb tuptrvlaion of sworn com tniMtontr. The ofBrlal drawing will bo miMlshod In th t. Loot papers and a copy of drawing tent to purcbMrs of ticket. Wowlll draw aslmllsr scheme the last day of rrr month during the ar 1)72. Remit at our rlk by poatnfBce money nrdr, 't;tred lettir, draft or expres l-eno for cir eu.ar. Addrvn, WUHKAY, MILLER A CO., P.O. boa 3444. Bt. Lou's, Mo. 4-liVUwlT $64,260 KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY Legalized by an act of tho Legislature. Tho most liberal Lottery ever drawn. (July 7,140 ticket and 3,080 prizes. To he drawn Dec. 28, 1872, in Covington, Ky. Ono Capital Prize of 25,000. 1 Priro of ...$5,000 1 Prize of.. .. '-'.ISO 2 Prizes ot 1,900 2 Prize ot.... WO 13 Prizes of... S2M 30 Prizes of... CO 4201'rizea or . 20 2,010 Prizes of. (1 3,060 Prlzts, amounting to 01,200 TlckeU, 912. Halves, $0. Quartern, $3. Our Lotteries are chartered by the Hate, and drawn at the time named, under the su pervision of sworn cominKsIotitrs. The drawing will be published in tho New York, Chicago, and Louisville paper. We will draw a Hlmilar clicnie the last Saturday of even- month during tho years 1872 and 1873. Remit at our risk by Post-ofhce Jioney Or der, Registered Letter, Draft or Express. 0Send for a circular. Address SMITH, .SIMMONS & CO., Rox 827 Covington, Ky. 10-i4eodAwlv. NTOVKH. TIKWAHCKTt, A.II ALLEy7 " DEALER IN STOVES, Tib and Hollow Ware, Clothe Wringer Toil War, Coal Uod, FireUhovrla, Air Oato. srricicra or TIN ZINC, COPPER AND SURE1 IRON WARE. Nc. 166 Washington-avenue CAIRO, ILLINOIS. aarRoodns;. fluttering, and all kinds ofji work Hon at hertt notirt,. lohliftf MORE lsilfewfJlrSsl;? H.VE BEEN" BOLD They have Riven GREATER SATISFACTION They have done MORE & BETTER WORK Are Moro Kasily sold, Paying a Better ProGt to tho Dealer AND CHEAPER TO USE Than any Cooking Stove IlsT THE MARKET 80LD BY EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO SAINT LOUIS. Wholenale dealer In all kinds of TINNERS' STOCK. AND BY ALL LIVE STOVK DEALERS, LIKI 0. W. HENDER80N, m Oa iraU) art,, CAIRO, ,11X1. Foreign Advortiscmonts. ' Foreign Advertisements. CLKAR AND HARMLESS AS WATER, CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THK HAIR. A icrfertly clonr prrnniatlnn lit ,ne )at tla, u fiinly appllcil m water, for rrslotltiK to gray linirlt itntiuul color ntnl yoinhnil apir.r4iicc, to er.iiliratn mill prevent tluml. ruir, to promote tho growth ol tint Imlr ami stop Its fiilllnifoiit. It I- entirely linnn!e,snil perfectly (roe rrom nny pol-mimo ;ulitniiee and will, therefore, taku tho pl.ico of nil the tllrty ami unplcinr.t prepurntloiii now In iir. Numerouk tccllmoniiiN hnte hceit --iit u from many of our Hunt prominent tl!l-1 zens. In cu'rythlmr In wlilcli tint nrtlrles ' now tn ne urn oliJeellonnMc, CKVTAL KISCOVKUV, l p..rfecl. It I warranted tv contalti neither Mignr of Lcul hiilphur or I Mtratc ofHIIver. It tloC! lint soli the clothes orsrnlp, is nirreeiiblv peritiiiipi. mid ni:ikp 1 ono of the let drcMiit;) for tho llnlr In me. It restore tha color of tho llnlr "more per fect nml iinllonnly than nny other prepara tion," mul nlwuyi doex kolnriom thn-e In ton days, virtually lending the roots with llio iioiirislilnirtinlltlo'4 neres-ary to it urowth and healthy toiidltlon : it retor the de cayed nml Induces new p-outh of the Hair more po-ltludy than niiythtnjc flip. Tho application of this Wondorlul iIIm ov rry nlo produces n plca-nnt nml rnollnir ellppt on the -calji nml (the tho llalr u ploalti nml ilcsaiit appearance. Call nt your diu'ltt for It nml lakp no other. If he not f.;ot It let him order It I'rico ?1 per hottlp. AUTIIL'U N'ATTAN-J, Inventor nml Proprietor, 'aliltiL'toii ., .JOHNSTON. IIOl.l.OWAY .t do., Oenernl Airelit-. riiiladelpldu. ..INO. K Iin.VltY ami K. C . vi:i.i. & CO., Now York, mid to lie had ol Vliop,nlo dmssist.", oxerywhcri'. tt-aiil LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN TirE GREAT I Soothing Remedy 1 hi SI BBBBBI Bl I B HB iiiNiniM.-rVWLfi BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBRt was. r . WHITCOMB'S- SYRUP. lh WHITCOMB'S 8YRUP. llB( lllvl4T:i11Ml1 So Person cnn take this Dlttcrs accord. IJi to ulrectlons, and remain long unwell, provided their lionc are not destroyed br mineral poison 01 other means, and vital organ wailed Ittjnnd tb point of repair. Uyspppsla or Indigestion, Headache. Tala In the shoulders, CoorIi. TlghtneM of the Chen, Ululnew, Sonr KructaUon of tbe Htomach, Usd Tasto In tho Month, linioiw Attacks, Pilpiiailon ol the Heart, Inflammation of the Dings, I'aln In tha region of the Kldncj. and a hundred other painful Tmntoms, are the off-springs nr I)jiopla. one bottle will prove a liettcr guaranteo of It merit than a lengthjr advertisement. For F male Complaint, In jonng or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display so decided an Influence that improvement l soon perceptible. Kor liiflnininntorv anil Chronic Itheu matlsnt and (lout, tllllous, Kcmltte nt and Inur inlltcnt Kcvcrs, Diseases of the Wood, Mrer. Kid. nejs and lll.uldcr, these llltter have no equal. Such Diseases aro caused by Vitiated Wood. They are n Rentlc PurRKtlvn ns welt at Tonic, potst-siing the merit ot acting as a powerful agent In relieving Congestion or Inflam mation of the Uver and VbSeral Organs, and In unions Phrases. For Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tetter, flalt. niicnm, Wotclies. Sots, Pimple. Pustules. Iiolis, Carbuncles, Illng-worms. Scald-Head, Sore Ktes, Krxslpelas, Itch, Scurfs. Discoloration of tbe Skin, Humors and Diseases of tho Kkln of whatever name or nature, arc literally dug up and carried out of tho system In a short time by tbe use of tbese Dltltra. Grnwrul Thousands proclaim VlNtntn HIT turs the most wonderful Invlgorant that ever sustained the sinking arstem. It. IS. Hrruivtr n jb. rn. Drnggtsw and (Jen. Agt san Pranciaco, Cal., k cor. of Washington and Charlton St., N.Y. B0t.D BY ALL DRVOQLSTS A DEALERS. EVERYBODY WAXTfl TO KSOW wnrcniBTUB uut aiAcmxct THE "LIGHT RUNNING"! iiown, sua rseu. sits pruct.s ot itriuinj. f nMoss Cnnrnlslons soil 0Tr. I cnairs all Aitrvm Ineldsat to t Z3iTt latials and Children. I W -f .l A . Cures Plsrrhoes, Tyrents- sun rummer rompisiat. Children of all ages. Itelleres pain, weakness or si- I ksuitlcnln liorSOndtinte,glr. Q!fTt lag ton aad power to tb sysltni. J 27 7 a It Is tht Iefsnts' and Cbltdren's Orett FoMhlng Kemedjr, In all disurdsrs troujut en by tsstUIng or aDT otber caaee. liepartlcnUr In calling for MRS. WnlTCOMD'3 ETRUP, aad take no otber. Prepsredby th (1RAVT0W MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, He. Sold l,j iiruggist and Uaalrs la Medlclna aTtrywhere. & BUr.MC UtD ULDOYOUOOfi IDJl.MUlIRr-'a !00T(faAMT PILLS. Dy elesnste: tb t lnod and aronslng tb llrer an I secretive orguus to a lieillhy action, I)r, llenrj's Hoot and l'Unt Pills enra many complaints which It would not It snrpnd tbey could reutb, socli ss Itendnebe, I'nlu In tho Nldo, Ntiinti lien of tbellandannarept, Dnllne:, C'hllliieaa, niicnmnllans, Ncnritlgrln, Lobs or Appetite, niltous Dysentery, Kldnev Affeetions, ConHtlpntlon, De bllitr. Fevers or nil kltnts, Iysnci. alo, Janndleo, and ether kindred rotnplslnti arlilng from a low sUte ol tho body, or otitructioa jf Its functions. Being free from Mercury and other poisons tbey can be taken at all times and under all clrcunuUu lit. without rertrd to diet, biKlness or plesnre. lb' stlmut.itj the weiketud and dlatempered parts Into healthy action, giving Ihcm etreugtb t disburden tbomeelTss and throw off tho obstruction which ere th tint caun of illees.e, Vf tttiotlt prorlnclna; either unuacn or irrlplni;. All heavy and druwyeentlon, which are th forerunners of direful dlseaees mch as Apoplexy. Paralytic NtrohrB.Ac, are effectnully warded off by a few doee of these eesrrbht 1'IIU. Villi dtrecueee trvuntl ttcb tos. la LuiJi, tiuiua, FreMa eotHpKelih. rrtee 7S Csti e bar. rp-r-d tr ihe Orirtni HMjtctne Ce , ft Lest,. Me. SUlL Drojjtju 4i4 Oeaura la iledicbiee aje-b-fe. ro Dr. Henry World's Tonic and Blood Pnrlfler.' It Is the great botueholil remedy, pleasant to taks, yet potent for the prcvntlon and cure of diseases. It Is better than Bitters, Cordial, liuohuorSarsaparilla. Sold by Druggist Dr. Henry's Root nnd Plant Pills. Mild yet thorough no nausea orarlplng-en-. I rely vegetable great liver remedy. I'rlce5 Mat. 80M by Druggists. Hrs. Whltco mb's Nyrnp. Th great soothing remedy, Trlco onty 35 sent. Gives rest to the mother anJ health to th child Sold by DrnggUU . Mrtrrlnce Oulde. Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New Engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Pages, Plies M cents. 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