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the Cairo daily bulletin, Wednesday, September it
We reieit ber'ra not recrli
lBt tfcr para rtajsslarljr l report
ttiu wait f UU . aliteer
ally ar by Faatal Card.
riUMMVlM, all., uau.v
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
IM hum the Mtarlaal float
Klakly stiles the ahorleet Batue
TO ST XiOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
PROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF OAKS
OH OAIRO TO
OisclaaaU, t-llanapolls, ToUda,
Detroit, OleTeland. ?JAra '
ttuSelo htubnrg, Wahlnto.
Baltimore, .'Philadelphia, Nw Tork,
Boston ana all points tut,
Mllwaaale, JenesTllle, "J41''"!,
UOrosse, Bursal end all polatt north
This it alio the only direct route to
DeeeWr, Dloomlngton, lpttneld,
-orie, Qulner, F4J'Vl.k
hurhutaa. Hack Island. La Hall.
Jaendota, Dlion, Kteeport,
lialeaa, Iaboqu, Sioui Oltj,
Oaiehe end ell points northwest.
Elegant Drawing Boom Sleeping Car
On all Night Trains.
Baggage Checked uiall important poind.
For ticket and information, apply to ! C. R.R
depot aire; on ord tn transit tmr te
twe Oolumbu and Cairo, and at the princip
railroad tlekdofiVM throughout the uth.
W. P. JOHNSON, Oen'lPes. Ag't, Chlee,o.
A. Muciill, Uen'LSup'l. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OF TIME.
' Paiseneer trains on the IMnois Central
change time to-day. From Sad alter 2:10
p. ni. to-day trains will run at lollops :
Lrprau, dailr ,...'1M a. tn.
Mall, except iuudr m.
Krpre m, .'. 'IM p. m.,
Mall, dally eacepl Sunday .. IV-'JO a.m.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS AND TEXAS It. It.
On and after Monday, Aug. 11, 173, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, between
Greenfield's landing and Riddles, Missouri
at follows : ,
Leave Oreenfield'i at 0:05 p.m.
Arrive at Dexter ai iu:u a.m.
Arrive at Kiddles at 11:20 a.m
Leave Kiddles at 1:20 p:m
Arrive at Dexter at 1:42 P.m
Arrive at Greentlcld's at f:M a.m
Leave Greentleld's at 9:40 a.m
Arrive at Charleston at 10-.S0 a.m
l.eae Charleston at sJ:30 a.m
Arrive at Greentleld'e at U.'JO a.m
THE CAIRO Ail VINCENNES
SHORTEST IIOUTE FKOM CAIRO
Cincinnati. Indianapolis. Toledo.
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlagra Falls,
Buffalo, Pittsburg. Washington,
Baltimore, rnuaueipma, new lor.
Uoston and all Eastern Points,
CHANGE OF TIME.
On aud alter Tuesday, July 1, 1S7.'1, tralnt
will nut a follows:
Going north leaves Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
Going aoutii arrives at Cairo at.... U:40 p.m.
WOUND CITY ACCOMMODATION.
I.e, Cairo at 7:00 a.m.,HUlj a.m. and C:00p.m.
Ar. Cairo at8:00 a.m., U'ii p.m. and 8:00 p.m,
The express train north arrives at Vln
retinus at 12:20 p.m., making direct connec
tloti at 12:00 p.m., with the fndlauapolU and
Vlueennea railroad for ludlannnolls, the
great railroad centre, from which point
train are departing ut all hour, for all
olut In tbo United states and Canada. At
12tKi p.m. with tho Kvansvills and Craw
I 'idsWUe railroad, for Terra Haute, India
napoli.s Chicago, Danville and all point
north, via the Terra Haute, Kvausvlllo and
(,'btcogo railroad, aud catt via the Vandalia
Hue, aud Indlanapolin and St. LotiU railroad.
At l-M p m. with the Ohio and MIsMnxippl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
jioinU east, via Cincinnati.
1'asi.engeis going by this route aro placetl
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, New
York, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore,
Waihlngton, aud all tatern points, twelve
hour In advauce of any other route.
ExpreHi- train make connection at Eldo
rado with St. Louis aud Southeastern rail
way, lor St. Loui, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
Shuwneetown, and all points between Eldo
rado and St. Louis,
At Norrls City makes c!oe connection
for SpringBeld, Mock Island, and all points
on Springfield and Illinois Southeastern rail
way and connections.
At Cartnl with St. Louis, Evansvillc, Hen
derson and Nashville railway line, lor Mt.
Vvrnon (Indiana). KvausvUle. Henderson
(Kentucky), Nushlllle (Tennessee), and all
points on at. L,, E., II. and N. railway and
Itaircace checked to all important points
I:3rr or ucacis anu lniormaiioii appiy
tke ticket ollice, comer Seventh street and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois,
.lso. Lee, Sup't. Ohaj. O. Wood,
Gen. Pais'r and Ticket Ag't
n. r . HtiitNsint. Al-pih. Cairo,
W 1UTE UOIiLAlt I'LANINO M I LIj
H WAI.TKUH, Prnirlrlor,
HAHD aud SOiT LUMBER
LATU, BU1NULKS, OKDAR POSTS
DOORS, SASjl, BLINDS
( Koralthad on sbartoat aotloa.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
t'UKHH rAIX HTTLKN,
MRS. M . JAOKSON,
(Formerly firs. Swaaders,)
announce! that the has Just opened a large
SSBUIUUCU, vi iur
Millinery Goods to be lound tn the market.
She will keep 011 hand
Hats, Bonneti, Flowers, Riiibokb,
flwaa Tut if vr 1 woe ni- Air. L'lutii
LAPXK FUHNIhUlNO GOOLB, NOTION.
lliri A TOM 1TKnCK.Hf.WVVH. UTTVI.-a
- . I .1 Jfal,.,,! I. l.lllltt.a.a. a..,.i ..II
AUU nil KWUUH IVMMkt at asataiiav t PWI CP. Ul
1 ...l.l..f:lll l.ts itluta.LMll if S.I 41. aa L.,.
Ul flliltU nU WV uf -vwi wa aea iiil (V n t k
UaibU piiutti. -Mrfa Jack mi 1 reipectfultv
UKI ft UUUUUUIUVU VI tMB jUUJ0 TfUiUU
liKtt been o .Iberttlly beotiowod upon her by
Km .( nf tf'ttllVl alt. (I tllH vlpiniti'.
MIW ave wa Vw.w - "f
11 W niTNNINO. M. D.
wati t tta Una usMAtNlnlk aanrl WaJniif mt
I I aW ' WayVWS siae es lisest ai
ICuaea oornar IMitb street aad Ohio leva.
removed. Ur. Dunning bi removed
hit rethlence temporarily to it leconJ
eottaea Mt of Si'beell ball, on Mbtb.
A book on private diteaiet (for totb
texet) and detcriptlve circular for married
O.. .Btn.l tt .An f itlf All.
dress, Dr. Stone, 112 W. Madison street
Chicago. 111. 8.2G-d-end.m
PHI. II. Saup recolvet ripe, luiclou
grapes every morning, fresh from the
tineyard. He offer a tbem for tale at
wholesale or it) tall. 102 Commercial
UoARDiNu Mrt. Vandorventer, Tenth
itreet between Washington and "Walnut,
Is Drenared to accommodate a law more
day-boarders, also boarding and lodging
for limited number. References given
and required. Sept. 5-1 m.
Notice Is hereby given that I will, pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ployee of Tux Cairo Bullktik, either
or themselves or (or the use of tho office
unlete the tame are furnished on an order
(Igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
r.'.UO-ly Jonx H. OuxRt.r.
Kcisular boarders at the European hotel,,
Harry Walker proprieter, receive board at
the rate of 20 per month. MO-tf
Fine white: alncle and double X amber
Ingle and double X Canary, best quality ol
manllU, blue letter, etc., etc. M.OOO for
le, printed at ?i 50 to 6 M per thousand,
t the Bulletin omcr..
Tbo Delta Social club room?, tuitabla
for offices, first floor, south sidoof Tua
Bulletin building. Enquire at this of-
Or oxchango for Cairo city jr..rrijr. Tho
trocery ttore at the corner of Sixth street
and Washington mnui. The establish
ment is doing a good and paying business
and will be disposed of at a bargain.
Reasons for wishing to tell out tatltfacto
rily explained to any one witbing to pur
chase. For further particular! inquire on
the premises. a-20tf
Mil. MAX UOLLKll,
COMPETENT VlANO TUNER AND
Has located in the city. Contract made
for tuning' pianos by the year, or other
wise, to tult tho owner. Parties desiring
to purchase or exchange pianos would do
well to call on Mr. Max Roller bofore ne
gotiating. Socond hand pianos for sale or
rent. Orders may be left at Paul G.
Scbuh's drug store, Commercial avenue,
Cairo, Illinois. Max Rollkk.
AoT'H.Urricx O. Jc V. R
Cairo. Ills., July 26, 1873,
For tho accommodation of the citizens
of Cairo, tho Mound City accommodation
train will on and after Monday, July '29,
top ai follows: At Fourteenth street
Twentieth itreet, Twenty-flfth street,
Thirty-fourth itreet, and the crossing of
the Illinois Central railroad. io one
will be permitted on tho train without a
ticket, rare between suvonm street sia-
ttnn ami Tlltnnla Central railroad rrnmift?
I and intermediate points, live cents.
Tickets cood for twenty larot can bo pur
chased at the ticket office, corner of dov-
onth itroet, for ono dollar. Passengers
will not bo permitted to cot oil' or on tho
train at any points other than tho above,
Gon'l. Passenger and Ticket Agt.
Me.se, Mknk. af.kei. Gi-haumn. Is
the sentence bpinj; pronounced againt
the scamps, who have (ought to plriito tho
hlgb reputation oi .11 r. aicuane i jib
nowned Medicated Blackberry Brandy,
which hat never failed curing cliolora,
cholera morbus and all bowel aflectlone,
by palming off a villainous decoction, in
similar bottles with a label closoly roaein
bling tho gonuino, thus jeopardizing tho
lives ol thousands 01 me innocent, rnss
tho scampi around. U-il-dtV:w2w.
The Most Perkklt. Tho housekeep
ers of America vory gonorally know Dr.
Prices Cream Jlaking i'owdur and
Special Flavorings. Thuy are lieyond all
question the best and mo.H perfect of any
thing lor llio pitrposo 111 me iiinrMii, nuu
are now Having tuo largest taie. a mil
lion families uso them constantly, and thu
house wifu who has tisod Ibxin onto will
never be without thorn. Grocer and
dcalon can auppiy you. optlUwdiVW
rr ltr.'Hrnry'alWorld'a Toalr nnd
It Is th errat bous.hold rrmedT, plrasant to
I tkc, yet paUnt for the prtvantlun and curr of
illstaaaa. It Is better than niltrra, uoraiai,
I lliiclm or BaraaparlUa, Sold by DruKflsU
Dr. Hriirjr'a Root stud Plant Pllla.
Mild yet thoreosh no niusta orfrlplni? n.
Irrlyvtgctable great llvtr remedy. Price ss
Mra. Wfaltrornb'a Hjrup.
The groat soothing rcmrdy. Prlo on'.y 14
crnts. Utrea rest to the mother and hrattb to
laterestlag Work, Knlargtd Kdltloo, Htw
tnsraTiars, Two-bnndred and alaty Fagts,
rrlHcat. Addreia Dm. Btrm' Disras
fiat, U North Klsbth Street, 8t. Loals, Mo.
OAIRO AND PADUCAII
The lsad!ri tlssnsr
CT A.S. FISK.
Dick Fowlku, Captain
Laavei Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted; at
i p.m For freight or passage apply on boat
"I w J AS. MALLOHY. AU'l.
COFFEY, HARRISON A CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd .V Son,)
VI.UHB.UHAIN ANI MAT.
No 03 6bIo Lovee, OAIKO, ILLS,
AND ITS CPRH.
Victim of this awful dleae arc found In
In every neighborhood, in alimut every
For them and for their friends, we have
tidings ol good chet-r and hope the an
nouncement 01 a most important uncover ,
Urinlv based upon common etio ami rea
son, by which the terrible malady Is port
lively controlled, aud It. victims are perma
nently restored tn health.
CAIIB0LATE1) COD LIVER OIL
Is not a secret of empirical notrum. It It a
happy combination of two remedlel known
In nhvali'lnn. (tervwhere as the best means
ol combating consiltnpt on. This combina
tion is Mr. WIIIoti ' dlc cry and Is
founded upon the following
SOUND KEASOMNG :
Coiitumntlon Is decav. Soothlns. expect
orant remedies are only uscltil palllatlvei,
they do not reach tho rattse t hey do not top
the decay. Tonic medicines strengthen the
Itle lorce's and prolong the battle, but the
decay goes idcadlly on, and ooner or later
t tic victim musiyieiti, iiimauccnaiigt'sare
oti)cliinc good, inn tney leiiiom wuouy
cure. In short, the lirtt thing to be done i
to stop the iikca v ; then apjily the restora
tive, tonic and atrsiitrth cIviiil treatment
Think a moment. '1 he lung" arc decaying
tubercles, ulceration, c Hies auu ucpo-
culatlon carries tins poison aiioveriuc ocuy.
Waiting, lo of appetite, enervation, night
sweats, and all the terrible symptoms Hp
near: Is It worth while to doctor the fviuti-
toms. which arc merely the remits while
tho decay, Wlilru is tuc catlc, I- eating up
the lire sprltiics; ... ,
Thtte two things arc well known by the
best pnyician :
1. uaioo ic acm I'OMinciy m-ii uerai
It i the moit powcriul authentic In the
known world. Erti dead bodies ate pre
served by It. Entering Into tho clrctilatluu
it at once grapple with corniptloti, and
decay ccae. It purlllo the tirce of dl.
ease. Cod Liver Oil is nature f bc-t assistant
in reltini; coiiiumptton. It is at once a
fvorf. innic, a purlller, a healer. It brace
up and uppllci'tim n,i forces, feeds the
wasted svttcm, and enabIe n-t.. irt regain
bet lootuoitl. i-or tnese purpofc" noiunij;
can compare with Cod Mer Oil. I hl the
UAHUOLATED COD LlYEtt OIL
As described lullv In the inventor'f circular,
which will be mailed, upon application, to
We cannot afford -pace to tell the wholr
tory here, or to give uie uumcrou- ceniM'
rue lrnm eminent nhvlclant and well
known citizens tetlfviui' to the ab-olutely
wouttcrful result) flowing from tbU great
discovery, suffice It to nay.it i curing tuoti
sands who UPPO-cd them-ehe- to be at
Wll-onV Carbolatcd Oil ! sclentltlcallv
prepared with the purest carbolic acid. o
comullicu a to nccniirci) uinmn'i
Sweet Norwegian Cod Liver Oil
From the celebrated fisheries at Aalesund
(Norwav), pronounced by physleljiis the
most delicate, clllclent coj lheroil In the
It is chsIIv taken, tolerated by the weakest
stomachs, digests readily, never becomes
rancid, and is almost entirely Irc-e Irom the
usual dlsagrccajle characteristics of cod
For every tl'e of cod liver oil Mr.Wlllou'
discovery is of the greatest value.
For thu hale Internal adml' lstratlnn ol
carbolic acid Mr. Will-on" it inot'iod or com
bining It with coil liver oil is absolutely nee
(JAIIHOLATKD COD LIVKIl OIL
Is a specific and radical cure for
AND SCKOFULOUS DISEASES.
Remember the name, "Wlllsou's Carbo
latcd Cod LUcr Oil.'' It comet In large
wedge-shaped bottles, bcarinir the iuvt-n-tor's
signatuic, and is bolil by lite hot drug
gists. Prepared by .1.11. WIlNon.M John St , N. Y
hOLII IIV ALL DHL'IKlISrS.
RtcuAKDsoNiV Co,, St. Louis, 1 Wholesale
UurliiutiV EDSALL,Chicago. Agents.
8-1 d&w ly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lioalizei) ur State Authority and
Drawn in Puhlic in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo flutnber Sohotno.
OLi I roBE Drawn September 30, 1873
b,bHu rrlzes, Amounting to J3uu,uuu,
1 Prise of M,00U
MS) I'rlies of.,
Tickets, l.'i . Quarter
Tickets, ff J 00.
Our lotteries are chartered or It.e Htale, sre
slwajs itrawn at the thne nsmed, end all draw.
Inxa are under the siiperTislon of sworn coin
The orSclal drew inc w ill be nuhllshp.l In the
Pt. Louis papers and a copy of drawictf sent to
Wewlll draw b similar scheme the list da; ol
ererr month during the year 1HT3,
Remit at our rlsli bt postntSce runner order,
ierfltlere.1 letter, aiarior express, recu lor oir
ouiar. Address, MUltKAY, M1I.I.KU. a CO.,
P.O.boiS44. . Louis, Mo.
JOY TO THE AFFLICTED
CHALLENGES THE WOIiLD
This preparation Is acknowledged to be
superior to all known medicine as a sure
and certain cure for syphilis In all Its forms,
110 matter how deplorablo tho condition ol
the patient. II Isentlrely egetablo. It can
bo taken In all conditions of the system, and
with safety, also, in connection with other
inouicine, 11 tuu patient uesires. The re
clpe, from which this preparation was inmtn
was obtained liom an olif physician In South
; AHienca, in je.'.', ny ur, aiiermun, .-sr., who
1 has used It with unparalleled success In the
I treatment ol syphilis, not only exciting the
, admiration and astonishment of leading cltl
1 zeiis, hut nf the medical faculty, and has
, saved the llws ol many alllleted when given
up us past nope ny skiiiiiu anil eminent imy
One bottle will satisfy the greatest skeptic
in iui niiriioni) intr an inner prcp.ira
tlons now In lieu.
rriue. per bottle. Sent to hiiv tiarl ni
the United States by express, i'rcpaicd and
soiu oniy ny
The Great Specialist,
No. fj Christy Av., St. Louis, Mo.
DR. G. E. DO UG LAS"
A constant supply ot pure Nitrous Oxldo
Gas, for the painless extraction of teeth, ut
the Dental Rooms of Dr. Douglas, successor
10 ur a n, Austin, r.igutu sticct o-itf
NEW V.ORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOOK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE.
Corner of Nlueieeittb atreettttitl Isuiu
O. O. I ATI Kit
Cairo Box andx Basket Co.
UMliEK OF ALL KINDS
IIAKU A.MS NOvr.
Keep constantly on hand
Fi.ooiu.s'ci and Sidi.no, also Lath.
MILL AND YARD CORNER TIIIRT Y-KoUKTU
STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
CAIRO, . ILLINOIS, 7-HO tf
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
XCOD AND di.iv.i .tinuis,
vrr.wi.v nrri:i) and i!i;iLiiNiiir.i)
Xl throuxhoul, slocW telfgropli In house,
street entiunce llghti it at li'lilt by c si linn llglil;
lias all modern improvrnienis (.imdurlid mi the
American and European pljn Kuritpiun plan,
nsjms tl per day; rm-aU M)" eweh Anurlcsu
plan per day.
llOltlt. 'l ll l( IIKIi A ( ()., Propri.tors.
On Eighth Btreel, betweonOoniinercialand Wash
niilon Arenuus, Is dallr reueilioi
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST Bl'RINO ANU 8UMMKR STYLE
llesnlei a lull line of
B03SraSTS3TS &c HATS
I Trimmed and untrunuied,)
OiUNCU KLOWKKU. KlUHONd, THIUUlNU
of all klndt. Laces, etc,, eto.
Mrs. Mcdee has also a lartt aesorlueat 0
Fsncr Articles, such as
,NK0. Tll'A OOIil.ABU, UNfJKRHLEEVEH,
ind all odierartioles usually found tn a
FIRST-OLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mra. McOee. in addition to her atock of
Fancy and MllUpery Goods, has a tine and
Complete aaaortment of Cincinnati Custom
mado Ijtdlee' and Misses' Shoes and Chtl
drens Uoota, Blaek and in Colors. These
re acknowledged to be the .finest and best
ver in the market, and this la the oulv
ouso the eitv that makes tlmi! a specialty
Thankful to the enterprising citizanl 0
Cairo and vicinity for the patrouago they
have to liberally bestowed upon us, and
the kind encouragement wo have received
in consequence, wo again call the attua
tlou of all independent buyers of due
clothing, gent's furnishing goods and hats,
tu our large aud growing itock of thoto
goods, which we Intend to sell at prices
lower than ever offered at in Cairo, a
lay "lower' for It lies in our ability to do
so. Having a resident partner and buyer
iu New York a gentleman full of years
and experience and two largo stores In
this vicinity to iiipply, we lay to claim to
"CIIEAPKST HOUSE IN CAIRO,"
fur no bouse In this city has those advant
ages, How can a merchant who goes to
Now York twico a year, with only one
store to buy for, have the audacity to say
to his patrons, "wo arc tho Cheap Joint
of the community," when hu kuons that
when he is in New York thero aru mer
chants liko hlmsolf there, too, looking out
lor bargains. K such a merchant should
perchance meet a lot ol goods which art
offered to him cbeup, bu cannot taho tbem,
forlho lot it too large, as great bargains
nre offored in largo lots.
We make a rulo fo nover buy goods
whun there's a rush; but abide our time,
when thoio "twico n year bargain fcek-t-rt"
have gono homo to dispose of their
stock of goods, "at prices lower than thp
lowett" at they say.
AVe are ahvayi there looking out for
Wo are always on band to buy large
lot at prices to suit.
We are alwiyi there, looking out for
! drat appearance of tlyliib goods and
(hipping tbem to our patrons.
We are alwaye In New York city, look
ing to the Interest of our patrons.
We aro always there looking for "great
bargains in largo lots" to supply our
mammoth stores in Cairo and Padncah.
You, independent buyer, look at our
tde of the picture and tho fide of other
merrbants. Our sido the best for cdling
goods low. We ask you and leavo you
to answer for yourselves. If you think
that you have merchants in this vicinity
who have advantages which surpass ours,
we say patronizo them ; if our advantages
for telling goodt lower than all others,
give ut your patronage.
'Down with high prices, and give the
public valuo received."
1. Farniukkr A: Soy.
Our Mammoth Clothing House, Cairo,
Illinois, and Paducab, Kentucky.
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OF ST. LOUIS.
IrP iiifpri In ail Plimafoo
HIU UUIIUU IU Ull UIIIIIUlUOl
AND rAMOUS FOR BELVO
BEST TO USE!
CHEAPEST TO BUY II
EASIEST TO SSLLI II
AvVSUU'Zi, J'emoue for doing wore aud
I "WilWN0 nnlrker andClienper
Tina sey Bu.ioc(u. ..!,
MUI samous run 01 vino
tiOMHr? and uaiao .
C"- 1 . 1 1..
ss ciaiiciiMiijr auititii
nm or mil household.
U. W. II E N D K R S 0 N ,
f. ,,w ly
(lAIIIIt, I lil Hi
THE ONLY UILIABLI 01 FT DIHTItlUU-
T10N IN TUI OODNTKYl
! IN VALUABLE GIFTS I
To be dlstrlbtited in
' To be drawn
iMONDAV. OCTOBER 3.1 7!l.
l ONE GRAND CAPITAL PRlS'.E
'SIO.OOO 1 1ST GOLD !
' One 1'iuk $5,000 in Silver I
Flvo Pmot $1,000 2 f
Five Priaet $500 -g i UHKF.NBACKS
Ten l'rlr.ut 100 & l
To Family Carriages alld Matched Horses
wiiii nuvei.iuoiinieil Harness, wnrtu
Two llor-es, lluggles, tte., worth ;G00
'I' wo llnc-toneil Ko-uwnod Pianos, worth i'MO
Ten 'aiiilly Sewing Machines, worth 4100
1.MI0 Gold ami Silver l.ever llur.tlug
Watches, (in all,) worth Irom 20 to 30()
Gold Chains, Silver-ware, Jewelry, etc.,
1 Whole number Gifts 10,000, Tickets limited
'AGENTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
, To whom Liberal Premiums will be paid.
Single Tickets Six Tickets 10; Twelvo
, Tickets 820; Twenty-tlve Ticket WO.
Circulars eontaining a fall list of prises, a de
scription of the manner ol drawing, Vnd other
Information In reference 10 lb distribution, will
. he sent to anr one ordering tbem. All lelles
I must be addressed to L. V. MINK, Hoi, M,
I Oinolnnall, 0.
Main Office. 101 W. Fifth St.
l'E T E H C U II L,
so. no 01110 m:vek,
OAI RO, ILLINOIS
FOR HALK,KorBl.jKOU SALE
OR JALK.jKorH.ulKOH HALE
Fare from LiviRrooL,
Fare from Lokdohdirry
Fare from Glawow,
Fare from QoiiEiTown
I'd CAIRO, 4830
afford. Monli A Candte Agents.
Vulcan Jj?ox Works
COM .M F.KLM A L AVENUE,
nik 1 11 htbu:i:t.
JOHN T. UENNIE, Prop'r.
M ACHINE S II 0P
FOKUKI AND PlrE KlTTINU,
It X HAM KMaHNrit. MII.I..N1KAHUUAT
Jlamilaclured aud repaired,
special attoiitloli given to light and lie.iw
lurid 11, house, bridge, railroad and Jill null
aud all work ol' a similar chiracter.
Meatn aud iras Iittlnx In all Us branches.
A lull uiorttueiit ot Mori Is, Taster Sc Co's
Philadelphia pipe and llttlngs. Brass goods,
etc., and gas fixtures alwj). 011 hand,
PIPING OF HOUSE FOR OA
MADE A aPECIAI.TT.
fctMiit fits f'Mtni,rnnri (.m.flal at,,, t.iiioi.
judliollcr leeder. The best manufactured,
Coil's patent aphou pump, and .ludsou's
pateul governor aud governor alte.
1 ne louowing engines, cic, tor saie :
Two steamboat engine!. 184 Inch bore ol
rt Under; the feet stroke, and lu good order.
une stcamiMtai snail aim crank; wroi iron
One engine Tor hoisting freight; 74X16.
One liLViosaw mill engine, with shall and
ik lor muiy or gang saw, second uaun,
lie new 7M'J eugiiie; my own losiitilac
Alto, a seoad-liand stave rutting ma
chine and jointer, and warehouse liolillti
nuciiuie, in good onier.
Kugiiiee and machinery of all kind bonrbt
W. li, horns,
II. H Csl.'i.
No. Pub. aad I), d. Ooin
KIRK, HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK
I K 8 TJ K A XsT CD Mi.
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NORTH AMKKIOA, PA..
li.tls ......... i,7sl,0uo bJ
if. sis...... ........i,M 4,110 T
INTERNATIONAL, N. Y.,
AeeeU . .....It 11,17s
Aesete IIK.ITS 4
AMERICAN OKNTK.il., MO.,
Assets I ii -0,10
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL, LIKE,
Aesste .. tauouiua o
TRAVELER)', UARTKOKI). I. IKK ANU
Assets Il.&uu.oxvi U
RAILWAY HArWENGKKt) A-tUURANUE
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Assets. ttu,t 04
S AFFORD, MORRIS St CANDEE,
71 blo Era.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
alto a Value In Cash ou the .Non-forfeiture
JOHN A. HOOK, President
0. KNOBELSDORF, - . . Hecretary
JOHN W. PHUKSU,
Agent for Cair and vlclulty
SECTION NO. 47.
Association for promoting Life Insurance
and Sick Relief by weekly due and mutual
co-operation in object ol public benefit.
The Llle Insurance Policial will lie Issued
by thu Teutonla Life Insurance Compan).
11. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUESB, Ao't.
FIRE AND MARINE
I IT S TJ !R .A TiT 0 1ES
XIAUARA, M. Y.,
A set l,lo,sU
URMMAMIA, X. X.,
Assess ;. l.WJ.Tsl IS
UANOVER, . Y.,
AsscU - TW SOS 10
REfUULIO, M. T.,
Assets 7H.HS W
CoruprlelnK the llndeiwrlUis' Asuor,
YONEKRH, tf. Y.,
Asset 67 s 4o4
ALDAN Y OITY,
riREUEN'B FUND, H. r,,
SECURITY, N, Y. MARINE,
Uteres, Dwellings, Kurnlture, Hulls and Oar
goes, Insured at rate an favorable as sound, per
maoenl securitr will warrant.
I reepeotfullj aal of the cltliensol Oa
MZAX ESNTATB AOBHCV.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (second floor) ouio levee,
Hut and Hill Rial Ebtati,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLK
And iuear Oonresanoes of Kinds)
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