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CAIKO BULLETIN.
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wily or lr I'imMI mm.
uhllesallon !., MnllP.ln llullrtln(
WfiahlllC.OII Atrnpr,
" niailprmi rsery mci,
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
tOO llllrM tho Miort.". llolilp
TO OHIOAO-O
riKhtr Mllea -lio hnrleal Ilnitte.
TO ST-LOUIS
NO OUANOK OF OAKS
riiou caiho to
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE OHANGK Or OAHS
(JM CAHtO TO
Cincinnati, i-llanapnll, Toledo,
ltetroll, Clpt-cland, Maara Full
Iluflalo, Pittsbuti;, Washington.
Haltlroore, Philadelphia. New Vork.
lloslon at.1 nil points et.
Milwaukle, Jtnestllle, .Madis.n,
l.aCrose, I'nul and Ml jiolntu north
this I slso tlr id) dmrl teuie to
Peealnr, llloomlnston, Npringehl,
Peoria, ilulnaj-, Keokuk,
burltniftoo, Uie)t blind, I. Hallo,
Meniiota, Imon, Kreeporl,
tjalooa, Ihibuque, bioui ully,
Omaha and all point northwest.
Elegant Drawing Koom Slcopitip; 0"
On All Night Trains.
BaSse Chec ki J 10 ill Important foititi.
For tickets an 1 information, npj.ly in I. 0, 11.11
depot at atro; cd board tliptmn.it lAmt Iw
tupou Golumliu. in. I I'nlto, nnd at tne prinelpa
rallrna I ticket ofliie IliroiiKlioilt Die Mouth.
W. P. JOHNSON. Ofn'l ess. AK't, Chicajn.
A. Mitchiil, (ien'l tfup't. Chlcsgo.
J. .JOHNSON Ap,'t, Untro.
ULNOlToFTlMK.
r.-vMcmror train on the 1 III noli Contra)
change time M-day. From Aid alter 2:10
p. m. to-day trains will run ai follows :
Aititivu,
Exprt, dallr ...,4:0."ip.'m.
Mall, except 'Sunday ....11:1.1 n.'in.
DKPAIlT.
Kxprcs, .. 2:10 p.m.,
jiau, uauy except annua)- ..hum
p. in.
KAIIiltOAU TI.MK TAI1I.K.
UAIKO. AHICAN3AS AND TKXAS It. It.
On and after .Monday, Aiir. 11. 1S7.1, trnitu
wdl run dally, except Sunday, between
Urectilleld's landing and Kiddle, MI?ourl.
a follows:
ooixo wi:st.
Leave. Greentltld's at (laXi p.m.
"iic ni ncxier in 10:41) n.lil
Arrixcnt ItiddlcK at Ili20n.ni.
r.oixc. i:vst.
Leave HIiUJlcs at 1:20 p:tn,
Arrive at Dexter at 1:12 n.in
Arrive at Greenfield's nl fi:W u.ui
CHAllt.r.STON ACCMMMIIIIATKIN.
I.eavu tlrepntleld's ut tell) u.m
Arrive at Clmrletton at Hi:::o a.m
Leave Clitrlcton at S:,10 a.in
Arrive at urecwleld at t:20 n.in
TUK CAIRO AXI) VINC'ENNKS
HAIIiKOA I).
SUOUTKST HOUTK TKOM OAIJtO
TO
Cincinnati, IndhnapolN, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlacra Kalis,
Jlullalo. l'itlstjiirtr. WashfiiKton
llaltlinorc, rhllidelplila, Now York.
Hoiton and all K.ttcrn 1'olnK
CIIANOK OKTIMK.
On and alter Tuesday, duly 1, 1B73, trains
will run as follows :
KXl'RKSp.
(Joint; north leaves Cidro at 4:0O a. in .
OolnK fOviUi arris nt Unlru ut.,.. :Wn v.m.
uovni) citv accommuhatiom.
(lOliiL-Xorti.
l.c, Cairo at 7.0)n.m.(M&Vi.m.anilti:0Op.m,
Oolns South.
Ar.C.dro at:00 a,ui., 1:2.) p.in.and :t)0 p.ir
The CTprc'i train norlh arrhes nt Vln
renin's nt 12:20 ii. in.. iirikliiL- direct cornice.
tiou at 12:UU p.m., with the Indianapolis and
vinceunes railroad lor inuianapoiis, me
ureal railroad centre, from which point
traius are deliartliif; ut hll hours, (or all
viomis in tac unllcu Males unu uanana. ,t
J2-.M p.m. with tho Kvaulll and Craw
I Ji!llle railroad, for Terra Haute, India
najiiis, Chicago, Danville nnd all points
north, tlio Terra Haute, livaiisvlllu and
C'hfcoo railroad, and cat ia tlie amlnlla
Hue, and Indianapolis and t. I.ouls railroad.
At l:r."t p in. with the Ohio ami .Ml.-.-l-ippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
jioints eat, via Cincinnati.
l'acuicrs!;olnK'liythl roulo aro placed
in Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, Saw
York, Boston, I'hiladelphia, Baltimore,
Wa'hlnjton, and all eastern iolut, tuoUe
hours lu advance of any other route.
Kxprew train makes connection at 1'ldo
rado with St. Louis and Southeastern rail,
way, lor 8t. Loul, lit. Vernon (Illinois),
Hliawncctown, and all points hctwoen Kldo
rado and St, Louis,
At NorrI C:ty makes eloso connection
for Sprinsdcld, Hock Island, nnd all point
on Sprlnglleld and Illinois Southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Carml with St. Louis l'.vansvlllc, Hen
dcreon and Nashville, railway lino, tor Mt.
Vernon (Indiana), Kvansvllle, Henderson
(Kentucky), Na-lillll (Tennessee), and all
points on .iu L., I'., II. and N. railway and
connections.
Har-ue checked to all Important points.
XSTtot ticket and Information apply nt
the ticket nltice, corner .Seventh htreet and
Commercial avunue, Cairo, Illinois.
Jno. Lee, Sup't. Oiiah. O. Woon,
Oen. l'ais'r nnd Ticket Ai;'t
11. V. llUUNsllip., At;ent, Cairo.
0AIKO AND VINOUNNKd 11. It.
Oaiuo, I1U., Augmt Dl, lb73.
UE.NERAl. OKUKU.
To whom it may concern :
On and afterdate, extra accommodation
tiklns will b'l run between Oairo m d
ilound City ut followi : Dally (Sunday
eieejitea
lo.jiauy .,35 p.m. Ar Cairo b;00 t in
Sunday oxH!nn train, between Cairo
and Mound City, will run nt followi ;
T 1 - fi.nri . . . a ... , . . . .....
is:, vyiiitu n.ui. v,r..ii uity 'j,'jo a tn.
XJ. m a Kny a m Ar. uairo Kj t, ln
T . , . t f. ..... A . At 1 .,!... r ...
xjn, airu u f.)Ji. ill. -u u unv U,tfO p In
. !... .
At. oi u vjiiy ojjtf p.m. at Cairo ti p.in
Timoof train No. 10 on lime card No
2 In changed as follow
i.e. -ii u uuy - p.rn. Ar. uairo . - p.m
Signed. J .s o, Lkk, Sujit.
Ml. MAX ltOJ.LHIt;
OOMPIU'ENT 1'lANO 'J'UNKIl AND
. l'.Kl'AlHKH,
Has located In tho city. Contract mado
for tuning pianos by tlirt yenr, or other
wise, to suit tho owner, l'nrtias do'lrlnt;
topurchaso or exchange piano would do
well to call on ilr. Max ll-dlnr before ne
gotlating. Second bund pUtioi for inle or
rent. Orders may bo It ft ut J'aul (j,
Schuh's drug itorc, Oornim ruiai avenue,
Cairo, Jllicoli. Uax Hui.i.ick.
" 'T-OH sajTij
Or pxchango for Oalrocily property. '1 bo
grocery ttoto at the corner of Sixth itrect
nd 'Waihlnyton r.vcnuo. Tho ottublirh
menl Ii doing a good nnd paying buiincn,
nd will bo ditpoicd of nt barguln,
IleMons for wiihlng to cell out satlifacto.
rlly explainod to uny ooo wUhlng to pur.
chajo! For furthnr partial! ri Imjulro on
the promltes. 20tf
A uMkiVnrrfva'o H'J'Aioi t for both
sojoM nnd descriptive circulnr Tor mnrrled
wo.non. r?otit seated f.ir ton eonl. Ail.
ilroM, Dr. Stone. Hi AVjfMadJjn, strool
Chicago, III. JlX.i&0lt4.Fl,
Steam rcinJurlng kottlo nnd ll.v
f?al,,rt,! nn" 1-oino, mo
houiu nnd apparatus used by IlnrnnU
Co, ouUido Hie Mlilppl lnv.-B, Is ft r 1
sale. Inquire nt
. ,.ni ... nil'
C.i:i. To nil wlio nro nill' Tin
from tliu error, end indicrotlona of
youth, enrly decny, ticrvoit wefikncsf,
1J of lrmnlmo.1. ote.. IWlll antl n rnr.lnn
that will euro yon, froo of" cliTtrfju. Tills
Krcat roinody wn dlscovorcd by n luls
siotinryln South Amorlcn. ' Sond nsolf-ml.
Ircssed onvolopo to tho Huv. Josoiih T.
liininn, Stfillon D, Jllblo Home, Now
orkUity. 8.20d&wtf
Lost. Oily ordorj, No. 1,217, .?5 10
No. 1,721, lo dntncj Kcnnrxty, No.
1,!!I0 or 1,103, !12 CO, nnd nn order for fiO
cents ittuod to tJtovo Ilrndlpy. Tho nbovo
ordor woro nil enclosed in nn cnvolopo,
nnd lost by tho Mibscribor ln?t Sufiduy.
Tlio llndor will bo rownrJod by lcuvittj;
thoin nt thl olHce. l'uyinrnt on thu
ordar hai be(.n ttupiyl.
S-2G.lt Jamhi 1C i:nn r.l v.
roifitKNi'T"-
Tlio Delta Soclnl olub rooms, nitabl
for oilleoj, llrst floor, foulh ido(f Tin;
IlUI.Lr.TlK bulldini:. linr.uiro nt thi of-
llco. s-O-Ht
lp lr. Ilrnry'K M'orl.I'N Toulo linil
Utoixl IMtrlllpr."
It li tho grrat liouspliold rcnicdy, plf nart to
ik, yft potrnt for the prevention nd euro of
'.Iprnni-K. It is better tl.an Hitter-, Conllil,
I'lwlm orEarsoparllla. fold liy DrugcUti
Itr. Ilenry'Hltootniiit IMiui! Pllt.
SI lid yet thorough no nausea or RrlpinK en-
Irily vcifctahlc gn at Hrcr remedy. I'rlca 15
tints. Fold by Drugging,
Sim. AVlilteomb'H Syrup.
The prcat soothing remedy. Trice on.y CS
:ents . Gives rest to the mother suit health to
the child Sold by Druggist .
JInrrlriKO Guide.
Interesting Work, Lnlnrged L'dltlon, Kew
tn;ravlng3, Two-bundred and sixty Tages,
'ilec 60 cents. Address Dn. IlcTTs Disrts
uet, 12 North Hlghth Street, St. Louis, Ma
4 Advertisement.
vo u oo u n tV t ii i: a s t ' i : k h.
KniTOlt OK TlIC 111 I.I.KT1N Ton will
plcnio nnnounco my nnmo ds tho pptiple's
cnndldato for county trensuter, nt tho on
suinp; November election. Intondini; nnd
desiring to sorvo tho pooplc, 1 hope to bo
oloctcd by tho pooplo.
-20td AVim.iam Mautis-.
CllALI.K.so):. ThoinaUcrsof Dr.l'rico'ii
Cream Itaklng I'owdcrnndfcpecial Khivor
Ing, have ndrnntagel for piirclmiing
matorinls in largo (itinntitlei, nnd nrrnngo
monts for mnnufiicturing more compluto
and extensive than any other manufactur
er.", which enables them to clmllongo ntiy
porton to produce u crfeclly iiurc baking
powder or flavoring extracts, nt a lots
nrlen. tlmn niYar I'.V-.'. 'Clv
1 enro not how rrreat the comtictition or in
duccmunts to nn inerciuo of jirulits liy
ndtiltoratfon, theynro determined to jiro
tcct the consumor, by furnithing strictly
purij and rolinblo 'nrticlcf, ut ft' living
profit. ' ' .. 8-27-lw
A OOOD I N V JJST.M JJ N T.
A r.iro chnnco is ollbrcd to eomo man
with money to invest in good paving
property in thu most dcnirnblo part of tho
city. Two lots, 60 feet front on tho avo
nuc, house 3 stories. Two largo 6toros
can bo fitted up on tho first floor, tho up
per stories tiro well arrnngod for ofilces or
dwelling. For further particular un
quiro of John Q. Hahma.v it Co.,
b-l-tt Ileal Ktnto Agent, Cniro, Ills
NOT10H.
AdT'K.UfKICB O. & V, It 11, l
Oaiuo, Ills., July 20, 1873.
For thu accominodutloii of tho eiti.eus
of Cairo, thy Atoun J City nccoiiimodntion
train will on and aftur Mondny, July 'JS,
top us follows; At l-'ourtcontlt fctruit
rwentieth street, Twenty-fifth btrcet,
Thirty-fourth street, nnd tho crossing of
tho Illinois Cuntrul railroad. No one
will bo permitted on tho train without n
ticket. Faro between, Sovcnth street Ida
tion and IllinoH Ouutrnl railroad crossine-
and inturmediuto poinU. ilvo rents.
Tickets good for twenty fares can bo pur-
chafed nt the tickot otllce, corner of Suv
onth street, for nno dollar, l'assetigors
will not bo purmiltcd lo got oil or on thn
train nt any points nthor tlmn tho above,
CIlAr. U. WOOll,
Oou'l. I'lijionger and Tickul Ant.
7-H7tr. b
SVKOIAL NOT1CK3.
Tho barber shop ii on iho corner of
Hlghth street und Commercial uvenue
wliorn.l. (St'urgo Stionli'iusd with his iron-
tlomenly nsslttiints run bo found nt uny
hour of the day or night, ready to foutho
your feelings witlrn smooth shave, or cool
your temper and hood with n good shiim-
po. ii is ii nrstiftss shop, nnd you nro
uro of receiving first-class treatment.
I.-idW and children's hnir cut or curled
after the molt approved styles. 8-15-tf
Dr. Livarty, homooopathUt plijsi
eian, latu of rlhawneetown. has localod In
thli city and Intends making It hit homo
iju doctor comes to Oh ro woll reeotn
mended, una refers to tho officers of tho
FlrU Nntionul bank of Hlmwneetown, to
wiiom no t well known, havini; tiractlend
his profession uinong thoin for years. Ho
soiclU n fair hro of tlio patronage of
ouroitizons. ' '. 7.'Jo-tf
P. Fitzgerald nt his rooms, comer
Fourteenth streot find Commercial avo-
nuu, ollVri for tulu Oulnneis' J'ortor A;
Han ales nnd pure Uonnejiy brandy,
and tho genuine Asgoituro bitters, all
nrit'Ciuis cholorA curei. Try thrin
, 7-17 tf
Dr. , H Smith has lemovcd his of
fice to the second strtry ofhouli Herbert's
new brick building on Klghth Urcot, bo
twoen Waihlngton utid Oommorclal nvo
imos, whnr ho has more comfortable und
commodious fiuurttiri. H-10-tf
1'hll. II. Kaup rocidvos ripe, iusclou
grapos every morning, fresh from tho
tinoyurd. Ho oll'ura thorn for lalo nt
wholeialo or rotull, lO'j (Vimimirclal
UVeiiui)
II ' tf
CAIRU DAILY JJULLETLN,
1 Foreign A(lvorli.Vinen"ls.
nrr i: ri.ttriiiM'..
JIISSOUIU STATU LOTTERY.
kK(MM7.Mi jit MrATK AuntontTr a.vu
ijhawh m i uiii.iu in or. j.ouih.
OrauJ .ShiRlo Numbor b'olioino.
1)0,000 KUMUEtlH,
Ol.A.tfl II tons Dhawn August .10, 1873
f,880 I'rlr.ot. Amounting to 300.000.
i i ru.oiM 5w,msi wi l'riros or...
f. m. 13,4V) ' of...
l " or.;....;.', lo.ouo o ' nt.
I " of 7.S1X) u " nf.
" of t.O-K. !l ' llf...
" of a,5i0 .10 " of...
5l) of. 1,000 M " of...
vi) " of ol) lso " of...
100
I.I.SJ
IN
1MI
" .of too ' of.
. 10
Tiokoli SlOj Half
Ticktil.i, $b: quarter
" V rtlfflA(a 1 t.a
Our lotteries urn chmlprad T tfto Htste, rs
lwHys ilrswn at tho tuno nsmeil, nn.l nil drnw.
Incnnra unJcr tli surerrlsion of snomtotn.
nilloiif rs.
Th official drawing "dl b tui'.l sl.sd In the
Ft. I.onl pnpers nnd it poor cf drnwinj tfU lo
purchasers of tickets.
W'pwlll druw sstrtilUr sclisnisthp Isif day ol
tyry month diirlnc tho ywir H7 1.
ItAinlt nt our risk it poslntnia nviticj cr ier.
isterurt letter, drafi or upres". """ml foreir
cuier. A'iiiros,
P. ). bntSliff,
MUUllAi, Mll.l.l'.lt A CO.,
St. l.oii'-, Mo.
GHAXDEST S0HK.MB KVEH KNOWN I
OXTE.TI-X
GEMDTGIFT CONCERT
ion tiih n.tsr.riT ok nn:
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
1,1101) CASH (.'UTS X1,.M1(),II1HI.
HVF.HY rilTH T1CKHT DUAWS A GIFT
qjS2no,ooo i?6n spao
Tho Polirth Gratid GID Concert aullin
Izcd In' special net of Hie j.eillature lor the
benetlt orthn I'tlhlle I.lhr.nrv nl Keiituekv.
will take place III the l'ubfle l.lbrarv Hall
at LouMtllp, Ky
vi:i)nid.y, Di:ci:.Mi:i:it ii.'ira,
Only sfxly tliousalid tickets will be sold,
and one-halt of thev aro Intended for the
Ktirop.lau market, thus h.-aWn;: finlvi."0,(s
for sale in the I'liltcd States where' IlKl.fKJO
were dlpncil of tor the Third Conceit.
Thu tickets are divided Into ten coupons or
parts nnd have on their back the .'elieme,
wllh :i full explanation of the inoitu ol draw-In-.'.
At thl concert, whli li will be the grainl-pstmu-lcal
dlplay ever witneed in thN
eouutiy, tho uiiprecedeiited sum of
Sl,oOO,000,
ilMded into I2,(sk) cash H is will bo distrib
uted by lot anions the ticket-holders. The
numbers of thn tickets to he drawn from
one wheel by blind children, and tlio frills
from anot hi)-.
Olio Grand Cash Gift
Ono Grand Cash (lift
One Grand Cash Gift .
Olio Grand Ca-li Gilt
2.VJ,Wi0
i."n,uiii)
rsi.ooo
i'l.OOO
lT.r.ou
One Grand Cash Gilt
Hi Cash (lilts $I0,KK) fai h linyoo
r.0 Cash Gifts
Ml Cash Gifts
fi.OUO eacli
i.si.ooo
riO.iKsi
lO.IKHl
in.ooo
4Ti.ni hi
l.ooo each ...
MM each . .
400 each
MX) each . . .
i'M eacli . . .
100 each ...
Weach....
N) Cash Gifts
IIS) Cash (lifts
Kit) Cash Gills
xrt u-.li . tltn
;i2."i Cash Gilts
ll.noo Cash Gifts
IKI.tSS)
32,.'S)0
.i.SI.000
Tolnl, lU.O.s', (jilts,
amountini' to. . . .
All Cash.
fl.MO.OOO
Tho distribution will he positive whether
an toe ticKcts aro soiu or not, ami tne r.",lKK
gilts all paid in proportion to tho tlcketssold
all unsold tickets being destroyed as at the
Ketsi
mil C
l list and .xpeniul t.onccrls and not retire-
scnteil in tlie dravvln,
I'KICK OF TICKETS.
Wluilo tickets. S.iO.OO: Halves. 2.V00:
Tenlhs, or each coupon $."i.00; I'.Ieven
Whole Tickets for 8500.00 : 234 Ticket, for
il.OiKi.mi; HI! Wholo Tickets for ri.oOO.OO ;
227 Whole Tickets for $10,000.00. No ills,
count on less than fnW.OO worth ol Tickets
ot a time.
I'ho unparalleled success of the Third
Gilt Concert as well as tho sati
faction (riven by tlie First and
Second makes It only necesary toaiinouneu
the I Villi th to iusiiro the prompt alo ot even-ticket.
The Fourth Gill Concert will
be conducted luall Itsdctatls like tho Third,
ami full !)ilticulai mav be learned from
circulars which will bo sent freo from this
ollleo lo all who apply for them.
Tickets now ready" for sale and all orders
nccompanlril liv the money promptly tilled
i.ineiai lernis given to inoso who nuy to sell
igain, rut)?, i;. i.KAjii.i.ri i-;,
Agent I'uhlic Library ICentucky and .Mana
trer Gilt Concert, l'liblle Library lliilliling,
Louisville, Kentucky. t-27 il-cnil.Vvvtt.
IlIM.IAIlItN.
y-saafiia4s.-a jiimij-j.-1-. d
s.i
StStia!
j ST. NICHOLAS j
'.v'.M,iiiliUHlis.sMmit.iSv,WMtt,l
BI LLLI AUD 11 ALL
And
RESTAURANT.
HAHHY WALK EH l'rop r
T3
HTNIt:i.lMf,
A.J. HOK, .M. I)
omeo oyer Thoma A- llro.'s grocery stoic,
No. 131 Commercial hvcnuu, cnrni'i- Hlghth
stitct. Itesldeiicu curner Walnul and
'1 wcnty.llist htreuts,
H. S. HHI0n..M,M. 1).,
Innifi-pathiu physl.-lan and turK.iin. or
. 'i Coiiiniercm avenuii. Heslileiicu
corner of Llevcnlh ami Cedar streets
H.W AWDS FJlll. 1),
Ollleo nnd UeMdunco 111 Commercial avc.
'mjMncxt dourto ti.e Athcncinn,
WILLIAM it. rjMiTU M. D
M KaiDKNOKNn. SI -Thirteen,), .', h,.
IX tntiin W ashuuion mmu 1 Walnut tfo.i
Ollici-Ul Commenl d avenue, up ir,, ,"91,
nit. g.k. 611017
A constant supply ol puro Mtrotis Oxide
Gas, fur the puinluri i-Atrautluu of levlh, ra
tho Dental Itooiiis of Dr. Douglas, successor
tu Dr A M Austin, l.'lelilh sin i t fi-lll
M . vt)
aAuj n
FRIDAY, AUGUST 29,
-);
i i
HA St It Si
ENTtflUSK a A v "i NaTs"
Id a. 1ST i-z.
U I irtnru I 11 troll It, lt4.
OS-KICK OK
OITV NATIONAL HANK. OA 1 HO
OKKICKllS:
A. Il.SAKKOHD. I'rosldent:
S. S. TAYLOH, Vice-President;
II. HYSLOl', Soeretary and Treasure)
tiMnrrom i
P. M. lllUCI.1T,
K. II. HTOcirtiTii,
K. II. UUNSISUHIM,
Unu, (liMuusa,
Piui. O. bo in ii,
u. i'. niLLiei i
J. it. I'll i Lt.l rs .
Driiuslta of aiir Aiuumit llecel red (rum
'leu Ceiitii Hiiunitla,
INT MOOT paid on deposits nt tne rnluotsii
liftrcunl. ner an&uni. Alanih l.unii Sfir.ii.fn.
ber 1st. interukt nnL wltlulraMn u ...1.1.1,1.......
dlately to the principal of th dep.ii.lti, IhereLj
Ulrinn them coinpouud interest.
MAHKIJ5IJ WOMBN AND OIIILDUKM MAY
UK 1-03 IT MONKY
o tiiir no osa mi cn uaiw tr,
Opon orery bindiixts dnv Iroin a.m. in 3 i,.im..
anil KaturdaT oTo'.nir lor HA VINO DKl-iHIlt
nnl( from s In s cluck.
auuii w, n Iiil.lll-. Treasurer.
TILE CITY NATIONAL
El A.ISI TC.
II. 1,1 Ml IN
8100,000
CAPITAL,
W. P. II ALL) DAY, Pretldent;
11KN11Y I.. IIALLHJAV, ViCB-Pretbleni
A. II. HAKKOHD, Oasbler;
WAI.TlCIt nTULOP, A.ilstlnOaihler-
ciuicrouii
Htiats Tatlob, HoDinr 11, Ocnkinoiuk,
Hlsut I,. llALLlDlT, V. I1. HlllIMt,
(lit, 1), WiluiaaoN, Btbpiicn Hiud
A, II, tiirrouii.
KKCtmnKP, roln anil Uiittotl Htalp
IIoiiiIm IluiiKtit nud Nultl.
DEl'OSITB rocelred, and a general banklna
businews Uone
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or tiAitio.
It. W. JIIIXKK, President.
.1, M. l'lllLi.ll'rt, Vlce-1'roaldrnt.
Cham. Cu.nni.NUIIAm, Cashier.
ODLLKOTIONS VHOMITLY MADK.
I.-IXOIIAM1K, coin, bank notes and United
lit Htates sitcurltlea bouuht and sold,
lulnrewl Allowod tin Hum I)pomm.
NEW YOllK STOrtK,
WHOLKSALIi AND RETAIL.
LAUOKST YAAIETY STOCK IN TIIK OITV
GOODS SOLD VKHY OLOHK.
4'r.ier 0f Nlnoteipnllt ulreol uuil Coin
luomlal Afeuut
0AIKO, ILLINOIS,
C. U. I'ATIKli
Ib'a
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t YttJk Mi.
til OHIO LKVIIK.
There Is not In Cairo City a Mm c complete,
As that renowned number, slxty.oiic Luvee
street ;
Oil, tlie lait ray of hopn ami of life iml-t do
part, 'i.'re tlie thouglitof that place shall fade from
my hcait.
It was not tliat rAltxiiAliUlt had shed o'ef
the scene.
That talent and genius now uutvwIicio
seen.
"l'was not by the magical powers of his will;
Oh, no, it was souietliiiit; more oMiulrilu
still.
'Twa that garment more tasteful, better
fitting were near,
Which showed by comparison that all other.
were dear,
That one leels bow laiillles good clot lies
will improve.
When we eo them adorning the Iriendi
that we love.
There gent most fatldluu,at Kah.nii vkhuV
can liriil.
Hither coat, pants or veil made up to tlitjlr
mind;
The workingmaii, too, enu lit him-olt
theie,
At a price that will leave him some money
to spare.
Tlieru mothers may go and onin.B jirfie.tire,
Tor their children at prices iiillo surd tu at
lure, And Hjfrr iimilidt fit hlliifelf out,
Without scouring the oily all aiotnid and ,
about. ,
Mrs i.
O. l'arnbakcr, my friend, how calm can I
rest.
When I feel myself dresjed in a suit of your .
Iiet, " '
For then do I know how 'illkl.ly 'vlll eea-o 1 His
livery caiu of my heart and my mind houty, j,.
peace.
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LITTLE KENTUCKIAN
SALOON
AND
BESTATJBA3M T
(Open Day und Night.)
J. K. PAHKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, Ith and Gth street,
OA1HO, ILLS.
MHALS AT ALL IlOUH-j.
A line now Dining Hall with every com
.enleiicu bus been added to this popular
Itcstiiiiraiit, and the guests will llnu every
eitiislto for thelraecoiiiodatloii.
TUK HI I.I, OF FAIti:
consists ol oveiy Mibstaiitial und delicacy ol
he seaiou.
TH33BAB
is suppllod with tho
CHOICEST LiailURS.WINES avCI(!A1S
CiT.Miied drinks prepared with care,
11-10 tt.
K. (J. l'AOIO .t CO.,
' ( It tV A It II I N 41
A N J)
COMMISSION MlillCIIAiNTS.
UKAl.ltlH IK
HAY,
COKN.
OATS,
JI ')h
FLO II H AND COUNTHY l'HODUOK
OAIHO, ILLINOIS,
3-1211
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HOOK lllr.'DI.MJ.
I'ATHONJCK
HOME TRADE
BULLETIN BINDERY,
,'onier Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. 0. Ii UELS,
(I. ate of St. Amil-d
l'HOl'HlKTOH
HOOK lilNIIBR AND BLANK HOOK
MANUFAOTiJHEH.
IILANK JIOOHS of every dcseriid Ion done
wiiu neatness ami uispaicii. kiiiii. hi
ruling doiiu at short uotleu. Hlhles, .Music.
M iL-a.lnes and 1'erlodicals bound neat and
it tint lowest possible rates,
outity work, such as HeconN, Dockets
Fju IlimKs, lllanks, etc.. made a fpcelallty
'luxes, 1 (..); tit Hooks, Huvu lopes, etc
n i le tn order 11-21
Homo Advertisements.
n.rrciii:itH.
HYJjANI) a- sauku,
BUTCHERS
At.'!) IiKAI.KIIB IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF HVKHY DHSCHII'TION,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenu
next door to the Hylauil saloon.
11-lCtf. OA I HO, ILLS.
JACOB WA LTI-.lt,
, B'UTCHEB
AND M'.M.KH IN
FRESI M 10 AT,
ICiniiTH SritiSET, Hktwkkm Wariiikoto
AND COMMKKCIAL AvKNUKS,
AilJ.llnliiir HI 'lenlinime iiml IIiiiiii's
Itwip ton t)t or Heel, Pork, Mutton Veal,
f.ainb, Skiuhb, etu,, and ar prepnred tu serve
eltiKina In thn moat aneeptabU tnanner.
JOH.V a.MITll,
(Successor lo .lames- Ivynaton,)
HUTUIIKR AND DKAI.KU IS ALL IClMDH Of
' j Fiticsit Jlmm,
COltNKlt -NlNKTRNTH AND l'OPI.Alt HTH
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Hoys and, daughters- only tho best entile,
hogs and Hheeii, and is prepared to till any
joiuand for frcli moats from onu pound to
ten thousand pounds
.IAMKS K YN ASTON,
BTJTCHBB
AM) DKALKI! IN
ALL KINDS OK I-'IlKSll -MEATS.
cnr cur, Twentieth fUrivt mill Com.
ineteliil Avenue,
lluysniid shugliters only tho best Cattle,
ilogs und Sheep, and Is prepared tn till dr
iers for Fresh Meats from one lo ten thou
(and pound, 7-2211
Foreign Advortisomonts.
LOW RESERVOIR
IUK f
k Suited lo all Climates,
AND FAMOUS VOll HL1.NO
BEST TO USE!
CHEAPEST TO BUY II
EASIEST TO SSLLIII
. vAsi sUf.y Tani'itu f jr doing mere and
niit: DETTER COOKING,
nttV. l',l,r nminipnper
' tun arj rt-..ril.ais..l.
I'A.Moua i on oivi.no
Catkiicticn Everywliera,
AND IlttMU
r.sprclally Adapted
lo TUB
Mil OF EVERY HOUSEHOLD.
cold -n-vr
a w. ii !: x i) i-: u s o n ,
CAIIttt, II.I.S,
s-l d.tvv Iv
irsvwu.1 ii
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
si:cond a.u or.ivi: sTiti.r.Ts,
ST L3UIB,
A7KWLY riTTKI) ASH ItllT ItM III.D
i ltiMU(rhoui. M-vK talc tr aph tn the l.nue
street cntrnure llKhtid at li k i yr I-nim lie tit
hua nil inmlern Impnivemrnt t otidiirteil on the
American nn-1 K.nrp-an an Piiropinn plan,
riKims $l pT lav in Im earn, American
plan il 'O is-r d vv
I) Jlllt. Ill K:III.U A CO., ProprUtors.
CONSUMPTION
AND ITSCl'ltK.
Victims ofthls nwful diepase are found in
In every neighborhood, in almost every
house.
For them and for their friend, we have
tldlnc ol coo,! cheer and hope the nn
miiineement of n most Important dlscoverv,
lirmly based upon eommon sense and rea
son, by which the terrlblo malady is posi
tively controlled, mid it victims arc perma
nently restored to health.
WI LLSOiT'S
CAHHOLATKI) COD LIVER OIL
Is not a secret of empirical nostrum It Is a
happy combination of two remedlis known
to physician everywhere as the best mean
ol combating eonsiimpt on. This coinblna
lion I. .Mr. Will-on' discovery and i
founded upon thu following
SOUND KEASOaNLN'G :
Consumption la decay. .Soothing, expect
orant remedies ale only ltelul a palliatives,
they do not I each the cau-el hey do not stop
Ike decay. Tonle medicines strengthen the
Hie Inn-ee and prolong tho battle, but the
decay j;oes steadily on, and sooner or later
tho victim iiuist)leld. (,'iituatic changes are
sometimes good, but they seldom wholly
cure. In short, the first tiling to be done Is
lo hi op -i iik kkcay ; then apply the restora
tive, tonic nud strength glvin,' treatment
Think a moment, 'tho lungs tiro decajiiig
tubercle-, ulcerations, eav Ities and depo-.
dilation carries till poison all over the buly.
Wasting, los of appetite, enervation, night
sweats, and all tlio terrible symptoms ap
pear; is it worth whllo to doctor thu symp
toms, which uro merely tho results, while
the decay, which is the caii-e, is eallne; up
the life springs)
These two thlnus aro well known bv the
best physicians :
i. cat none acid positively arrests decay.
Itl the most powerful antiseptic In thu
known world, Kven dead liodk-s ato pre
served by it. Hutering into tlio circulation
It at once grapples with corruption, and
decay eases. It purifies the sources of dis
ease.
2, Cod Liver Oil is naturo's best assistant
In resisting consumption. It Is at once a
lood, a tonic, i purlllcr, a healer. It braces
up and supplies thu vital lotces, feeds thu
wasted s) stein, and enables nature to regain
her loothold. Tor these purposes nothing
can comiiaro with Cod Liver Oil. This the
theory ot
H iLI.SO-N S
CAHHOLATKI) COD LIVER OIL
A desi ribeil fnllv ill the Inventor's circular.
which will bo mailed, upon application, to
auv tidilros.
Wo cannot allnrd snacn to tell the whole
story here, or to give thu iiiiiiioroiiH ccrtlli
cafes from eminent physician and well
known cllleintusifyiiig to tho absolutely
woniK-rliil results ilowlng from this great
dbeoverv. Sullieo It to say.lt Is curing tliou
salid who supposed, themselves- lo he at
death's door.
Wlbon's Carbolated Oil Is selcntllleally
propiircil with tho purest embolic acid, so
combined as to ho entirely harmless, wllh
Swkbt NoitwuqiA.v Con LlVKIt On.
from tho celebrated iMierles at Aali-siind
I.Sorwa)), pronounced by physicians tho
most delicate, olllulcnt co.l liver oil in the
world.
It is easily taken, tolnratudby tho weakest
stomach, digests readily, never becomes
liiiicid, and is almost entirely Iree fiom Iho
Usual il:igieea do characteristics of cod
liver oil.
For every moof end liver oil Mr. Wlllson's
discovery Is of tho greatest value.
I'or the sale Infernal administration of
eat hollo acid .Mr. Wllison's method of com
billing it Willi cod liver oil Is absolutely uee
essary. WIXiXiSOICT'S
OA U HO LATE I COD LIVER OIL
Is a rpceltlu and radical euro for
ooTSTjrjsdiTioivr
AND SCROFULOUS DISEASES,
liniiieiiiliiii' the name. Wlllson's Carbo.
Iii,., I did I.iver OH." It comes In l.'in-e
Wedgii'sliapeil bottles, buarlin; the Inven
tor's signature, and Is cold by tho best drug
gists. Prepared by .1. II. N lllon,K3 John St., N. Y.
MH.li llY AM. nitUddlSIH.
HiciIAUPsON it Co., St. Loiil,, 1 Wholosalo
Iluui.uuTvV: KmsAi.iOhicago. Agonts.
8-1 d.vvv ly

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