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CAIKO BULLETIN.
We resaest Baktcrlbcra not rrlv
la (Mr pPM McaUrly to report
mm U im ! Ither persess-
a r fcr Poet! Cavrd.
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rallTi MM Heilsi UlsUaaj
u WmUuMi Awt.
aiylliliir JJr oss 'if'1
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R R
1M HUM tha smart! Honlo
TO OHIOA'O-O
Mflkl Kile Use lliortcil stoule
TO ST-XjOTJIS
NO CHANGE OF OARS
FROM Oil no TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
only onb change of oaks
OM OA1K0 TO
OaalaaaU, itlDpoll., Toledo,
Mttvtt, CKfeland, Miin Falls
BaOalo, KitUbur, WuhlBRtuii.
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York,
nlon toil all points east,
sftlwauxle, JeneaTllle, Madle.n.
LaOroet, 8t, Paul and all points north.
This Is alto the onlj direct rente to
UacaUf. BloomlcxtOo, Mpnngeld,
"toria, 0;ulncf, Keokuk,
BurUBftoa, Hock Island, l halle.
Ateadota, Diaon, Freeport,
Walaaa, Dubuque, Bioui City,
Oasahe and all points northwest.
Klwraai Drawing Boom Sleeping Cat
On all Night Trains.
BaMaf Cheeked to all Imporlant point,
Jot ttakal aod information, apply lo I. C, R.FI
depot at alrot on board Ins transit steamer te
Iwa Colombo, arid Cairo, and at tne prlnclp
railroad tieest office throughout the .outh.
W. P. JOHNSON, fAen't fa". Aar't, Chlc0.
A. MwcRiii, Gen'l. Sup't. Chlcsgo.
J. JOHNSON Ag't, Cairo.
CHANGE OK T1MK.
FaMenger train, on the lKnoii Central
change time to-day. from Aid alter .':IU
l. m. to-day train will run a lollows :
AlUUVJv,
Express, dally
Mall, except Sunday
HKPiKT.
Express,
Mall, daily except Sunday
...'J:4( a. in.
...2:40 p. in.
'IM p.m.,
a. lit.
RAILROAD TIM.K TAULK.
CAIRO. ARKANSAS .AND TEXAS R. It.
On and after Monday, Aug, 11, 1873, trains
will run dally, except Sunday, iiciweon
ureenneid's landing anu inclines, isoun,
at f ollew s .
fiOING WKST.
Laave Greenfield's at.... ti:0S p.m
Arrive at Dexter at 10:40 a.m.
Arrive at Riddles at U:'J0 u.tn.
tiOIXO KAST.
Leave Riddles at 1:20 p:m.
Arrive at Dexter at 1:1'.! p. in
Arrive at Greenfield'! at fii.'sj a. in
CUAKLKSTOX ACCOMMOHATION.
Leave UrecnlleUl'a at DM0 a.in
Arrive at Charleston at 10.no a.m.
Ltae Charleston at 8:30 a.m
Arrive at Grecnflold'snt 0:20 a.m.
THK CAIRO AND VINCENNKS
RAILROAD.
SHORTEST ROUTE FROM OAIRO
10
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlagra Kall,
Buffalo, l'RUburg, Washington,
Htlttmore, Philadelphia, New York.
Boston anu an lantern roints,
CHANGK OF TIME.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 187.1, train
w 111 run as follows :
IXVRKJS.
Going north leaves Cairo at 4.00 a.m.
isolng south arrives at Cairo at... , 3:10 p.m.
MOUND CITT ACCOMMODATION.
Ooinu North.
Le, Cairo at 7:00a.m., lhXia.m.sD'fOiOOp.ro.
Going South.
Ar. Cairo at 9:00 a.m., lvH p.m. and 6.00 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln-
eeunes at visw p.m.. making direct connec
tion at 12:30 p.m., with the Indianapolis and
incennes ranroaa tor Indianapolis, tlie
great railroad contrc, from wlilch point
irains are uepaning at an no tire, lor all
uoinu in tne uniteu states anu uanaua. ai
l'-'-oSp.m. with the JCvaiisvIJI and Craw
l idsvIJle railroad, for Term liautc, India
napolis, Chicago, Danville and all points
north, via tho Terra Haute, Kvansvillu and
Chloogo railroad, and east via the Vandalla
line, and Indianapolis and .St. LouN railroad.
At 1:M p m. with the Ohio and Mississippi
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, and all
points east, via Cincinnati,
Passengers going by this route are placod
In Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Louisville, New
fork, Boston, Philadelphia, lialtlmore,
Washington, and all eastern point, twol e
hours In advance of any other route.
impress train makes connection at Eldo
rado with St. Louis and .Southeastern rail
way, tor St. Loul, Mt. Vernon (Illinois),
Bhawneetown, and all points between Eldo
rado and St. Louis,
At Norris City makes close connection
(or Springfield, Jtock Island, and all points
on Hpringtleldand Illinois Soutlicacturu rail
way and connections.
AtCarml with St. Louis, Ktautvlllc, Hen
dtraon and Nahville railway line, tor Jit.
Vernon (indlana), Evanivllln, Ilcnderton
(Kentucky), Nahillle (Tennessee), and all
points on at. L., E., II . aud N. railway and
connections.
KairgAge checked to all Important points.
B3TF3r tickets and Information apply at
the ticket office, corner Soenlh btreut and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
J so. Lei, Sup't. Chah. O. Woon,
Can. Pais'r and Ticket Ag't
B. y. BDietsllig, Anent. Cairo.
l.UHUUK.
WHITE COLLAR PLACING MILL
( WAI.TKlin, irirlrlor,
ciittata
HARD amd SOFT LUMBER
AMI)
LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAR POSTS
DOORS, 8A8H, HLIND3
OBDBR8 8OL101TRD.
Stiamboat Lumbbb,
Fnralshad oa ebortest notioe.
Commercial avenue, between Tenth and
Jileventh streets
CAIEO: ZilXjXOtTOia.
tdv
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I KtCNII FAI.I, s)TVI.KS.
MKS. M . JACKSON.
(Formerly Mrs, Swandei,)
announces that she has just opened a l.trxc
assortment ot th
N BWEST,
MOST FASH ION A II LK,
AND HANDSOMEST
Millinery Goods lobe lound in Ibe market.
She will keep on hand
Bit, Bonkktu, Ki.owkrk, Rhuiohp,
Dkkm Tbimminhs ok All Kinds,
Ladim FUKKimimo Goods, Notions,
OOLLAM, UNDBIWLSirVEh, RuKKS,
Anil all goods found iu millinery stoics, all
ot which will be disposed ol at thu lowest
ciah nrlcee. Mr. Jackson respectfully
asks a continuation of the patuonage which
Lsj been o llberaUy besUowed upou her by
tU UdiM of Clrondthe Tlclmty.
0. W. DUNNING, M. D.
gmItOsV-MrBrKlntb and WaUiit su,
rStlm anrnsi r"'" itri and Ohio lava.
Rimovid, Dr. Dunning Lai removed
his residence temporarily to the second
cottage east of Schsel's ball, on Ninth
'stroet, tf-
A book on private dlieaiei (for both
lexei) and deicriptive circular for married
woaon. Sent senleti for ton conti. Ad
dren, Ur. Stone, 112 "SV. Madison .treet
Chlcsgo, 111. S-2C-d-or,d.l'Jt'
l'hll. H. Saup receive! ripe, ltiiclou
grapei every morning, fresh from the
WneyarJ. He otleri them for sale at
wholeiale or tetatl, 11)2 Commercial
avenue. 1 l.H-tf
IlOARlJlNQ Mr. Vanderventer, Tenth
treat between Waihlngton and W'nluut,
It prepared to accommodate a few more
day-boarders, alio boarding and loJging
for a limited number. Hofervnces given
and required. Sept. S-lnt.
Notick Is hereby given that I will pay
no bills for goods told to any of the em
ployes of Tint Caiho liut-LKTlN, either
or themselves or for tho utu of tho utllco
unluse the same nro furnished on an order
lgned by Mr. ilurnott or myself.
r.'-ao-iy joun u. uiikhlv,
CHEAl HOARDING.
Regular boarders at the European hotel,
Harry Walker jiroprlctor, receive board tit
the rate of 2U per month. r-ltl.tf
ENVELOPES.
Kmc white; slnglo and ilnuble X amber
single and double X Canary, best quality of
Manilla, blue letter, etc., etc. M.OnO for
ale, printed at i:l iVl Id U ,V) jier thousRinl,
at the IiL'i.i.KriN opkici:.
KOR RENT.
Tho Delta Social club room-, suitablo
for ollicb, lirst floor, south side of Tiik
JiULi.KTiN building. Kn(iulr at this of-
flco. S-0-.1t
VOR.SAJ.E
Or exchange, for Cairo city property. Tho
crocory itoru at tho comer of Sixth struot
and Washington ntnua. Thu ostabllsh-
mont is doing good rind paying business, '
and will bo dUposed of nt ii bargain.
Reasons for wishing to sell out satisfacto
rily oxplainod to any ono wishing to pur
cliaso. For further particulars inquire on
tho promises. M-'JOtf
Mil. MAX IlOliLKH,
COMPETENT PIANO Tl'NEH AND
REPAI I5KR,
Has located in tho city. Contracts mado
for tuning, pianos by tho year, or other
wise, to suit the owner. Parties desiring
to purchase or oxchango pianos would do
well to call on Mr. Max Hollor beforo ne
gotiating. Socoml band pianos for sale or
rent. Onion may ) be left at Paul (.
Schuh's drug storo, Commercial avomip,
Cairo, Illinois. Max Koi.m:.
I'np llrrilrnry'aJWorltl'a Tosilc unit
IlloodI'nrltlcr.
It Is the Kreat'houeholdifmdy, pleasant to
tike, yet pot.nt for tho prevention and cure of
illitiu.s. It la better than Hitters, Cordial,
lltirhu orSaraapartlla. , Sold by Druggist
Ir. Ilenry'a Root and Plant Pill.
Mild yet thorough no nausea or griping en
tirely vegetable great liver remedy,
lints, SoHby Drurglsts.
Price U
Th. great 100111102 remedy. Trlee only 23
rents. Glees rest to the mother and health to
lbs child Sold by Druggists.
Marrlaire Oalde).
Interesting Work, Enlarged Edition, New
engravings, Two-hundred and sixty Tages,
f rice BO cents. Address Dr. Bctts' Disrrx-
tsar, 12 North Eighth Street, St. Louis, Mo.
- Advert IsemaiiL
NTEA.VIIOATN
UAIKO AND iADU(JAH
tl All. BOAT,
Tti splendid ateamer
TS. FISE,
Dick Fowlsii, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exceptod) at
1 p.m Kor IroIht or pase -ipply un boat
ur 10 ,IA, ilALLOIlV, JU'l.
tf
COKI-'KV, HARRISON A: ('0
sttcccs.ors to D. Ilttrd .V Son.)
AMl
Coinniission .Morolianls.
ri.OI'U.GKAI.V AXI IIAr.
No O30hio Levee, OAI RO, I LLS.
" DM lItIC12-
SPECIAL IUVOEIHGS,
VANILLA, LMtON, UTU.,
for Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes &, Pastry.
Wilh great care, by a new process, wc
xtr.vct from tho true, Fclect Fruit $ ami
Aromatic, cacn characteristic llavor, iintl
produce Flavoring) of rare excellence.
Of great ttrcnath tuul perfect purity.
rrncnted. Ko deceit-each bottle full
tneanure, holding onetalf more than
othert purporting to hold um quantity.
mo,t detieatc,dclic(vu flavors etermate.
Bo superior to tbo cheap fxintcta. Abk
. BTEELE k PRICE.
Depot., CHICAGO and ST, LOCIS
Manufacturer, of J)r, Price1, Vrtim '
JJ'ikma i'wdtr
TJIH CAIRO. DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY,
Foreign Advertisements.
CONSUMPTION
AND ITS IM'RK.
Victims of this awful disease nre fouuJ lu
lu every neighborhooil, In almost evorv
bouse,
Kor them ami for their fneud, we have
tiding, oi good cheer and hope-the an
nouncement of a most Importaut discovery,
firmly based upon common seme and rea
son, by which the terrible malady Is poll
tlvelr controlled, and lt victims a'repcima
neutly restored to health.
WI LXjSOInT'3
CAHBOLATEI) COD LIVER Oil.
I not a secret of empirical uostitiui. It l a
hajipy combination of two remedies known
to physlclau. everywhere as the best mean
ot combating consumut on. This combina
tion Is Mr. Willon' dlscc eiy and is
founded tiponthn followlns
SOUND REASONING :
Consumption I decay. Soothltnr, expect
orant remedies are only un-llll a. palllatle.
they ilo not reach the causethey do not stop
the decay. Tonic medicines strengtliru the
Ilia lorccs and prolong the battle, but the
decay goes Readily on, and sooner or later
tho victim must yield. Climatlechnngesut'ii
sometime, good, but they seldom wholl)
cure. In short, thn tlrst thing to be done i
to bioi- Tin: kkcav ; then apply the restora
the. tonic and strength giving treatment
Think a moment. 'I he lungs nro decaying
tubercles, ulcerations cat f tic mid ilepo.
ciibtlon carries this polton nil over tho brldv.
Wasting, loss of appetite, enervation, night
sweats, and nil the terrible symptoms ap
pear; is it worth hiln to doctor the symp
toms wlilch ntn merely the ieMllt, while
the decay, which Is the catt-e, is eating up
tin; life springs?
These two thing, arc well known by the
best physicians ;
I. Catholic acid o-lllely arrests decay.
Ills the ino't powcrltil antl-cplic in tlie
known world. Een de.ul bodies ate pie
served by It. Entering into the circulation
it ut once grapples with corruption, mid
decay cease. It purities tlie sources of dl
e:iM i!. d Liver OH Is nature's best asiMaut
in rcsl-titi cotMimptloti. It I- at once a
lood. n toiiif. i.iirlJlor, u healer. It braces
tip and supplies the vital forces, Iceds the
wasted system, and enables nature to
bet loolliold. Kor these purpoe nothing
I can compare with Cod Liver oil. Till, the
thenrv nt
WILLSON'S
CAKISOLATKD COD LIVER OIL
As described lull v 111 the inventor's circular.
which will be mailed, Upon application, to
:iuv nddrcss.
Wc cannot afford space to tell the whole
tiiry hero, or to give the numerous certlii
cates Irom eminent phyicl:int and well
known citl.enstustlfying to the abiolutel
wonderful results flowing from this gic.il
discovery. Sutllce It to wsy.lt U etirintr thou
sands who suppo-cd, themselves to' be at
death's door.
"Wilson's CarboUted Uil is sclentlllcally
prepared with the pure-t carbolic acid, mi
combined as to be entirely harmlc". with
SWKKT NoKWKUIAN Coll LlVEK OlL
Krom the celebrated liiheries at Aalestiud
(Norwaj), pronoumcd by phjslclans the
ino.t delicate, cllicicnt co J liver oil lu the
world.
It Is easily taken, tolerated by the weakest
stomach", digests readily, never becomes
rancid, aud is alino-t entirely tree from the
usual dlsiigrcea jlc characteristics of cod
liver oil.
Kor every uoof cod liver oil Mr.WilNon's
discovery is of tho greatest value.
Kor the safe Internal adml' titration oi
carbolic acid Mr. Vlllon's mnt'iod of enui
binlugit with cod liver oil is absolutely nec
essary. WIXjLSOOST'S
CARROLATKD COD LIVER OIL
Is a spccltlc aud radical cure for
O OUSTS XJIMT IP TI OUST
AM) SCIIOFULOUS DISEASES.
Remember thn name, "WIllon's Carbn.
latcil Cod Llcr Oil." It comes In large
wedge-shaped bottles, bearing the Inven
tor's slgnatuit, and I sold by the best drug
gists. Prepared by .1. II. WUl-on,S3 JolmSt., N. V
HOM II V ALt. DliUllfilMTS.
RiciiAHtJiiON & Co., St. Louis, 1 Wholesale
Uukliiutcc EuALt.,Ohlcago. Agents,
ts-lihtwly
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LinALizKt) hv Stats Authouitt and
Dhawm in I'uiilic in St. I.quip.
Grand Sinrle Number Scheme.
50,000 NUM11EH8.
Clasp I io)bk Dhawn Soptomber .10, 1873
0,880 Prises, Amounting to foo.ooo.
1 I'meur, sti.ooo
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Tickets, is- Quartir
Tickets, $2 00.
Our lotteries are clisrutred by Hie Stale, r
always drawn at thn timi named, eiJ s,ll draw
lag are under 111 superrl.ioo ot ssorncom
mU.l,ner. Tba oltlclsl drawing will b published in the
St. IuU psper. and a copy of dwin srnt to
purohssers nf ticket.,
We will drm. .similar .''heme the Kit d.j of
eyery month durlni? the year 173.
Kemltat our risk tiy po.tofflce mnnsy ord.r,
'il.lered lett.r, drarinr eitirees. iien.1 fur oir
ou,ar. Address, MUHKAT, MILLER A CO.,
P.O. IjniiUC. HI. Loul. Mo.
JOY TO THK AFFLICT F.I)
I'll A LI.EXGES THE WOKLI)
( KI.KItltATIMi
SVI'MILITIO EHADIC'ATOH.
This preparation i- acknowledged to be
superior to all known medicine a u sure
aud certain euro for syphilis In all Its forms,
no matter how deplorable the condition ol
the patient, lt (.entirely vegetable. It can
be taken in all conditions ol tlie system, and
with safety, also, in connection with other
medicine, 11 tlm patient desires. The re
clpe, irom which Oil. preparation was made,
"as obiai I horn an old physlclanln .South
America, In by Dr. .Sherman, hr.. who
1. cii uHiui iiiipaiaiieicu success in mo
treatment ol syphilis, not only exciting thu
admiration ami a.tonlslimentorlcading citi
zens, but ol the medical faculty, and has
saved the liu ol many allllcted when rIvcii
slclanl'a,t f"' t',"l,,e'it Iliy-
One iiotlle will satisfy tho greatest skeptic
as to Its superiorlt) overall other prep ira
tions now In uo.
1'rlcii, i.-i per bottle. Sent lo any part ot
tho Lulled -Status by ei press, i'reparcd and
sold only by
Dlt.fliKltMAN,
Tho (Ircat Specialist,
No. n Christy A v., nt. Louis, Mo.
DR. G. E. DOUGLAS,
A constant supply of pure Nitrous Oxide
Oa.', for the painless extraction of teeth, at
the Dental ttoonu of Dr. DoiiL'las. stiecessnr
to Lt A M. Austin, Wghth street, Mil
Jliis l?en lic' -o tho American jmlilio I vitltottt tlih Lini.wnt. Tlio moner ?Jv '
OVER TMP.-v VJ,.9. Tt ,lM uevcr. fun !r,l nnloa t'.o L-VmrnMn ns rcprc.
yet, wl Lfvopotfuct sat-f ' m, uml I eent .1. !o rnro nnd cet tho ccnuino I
3m ju - ' n styled tho ran..cc . for all MliSIOAX MUSTANfe LDIAIRN1?
r.vt,tnr.l v (111111U. I Ttltjl. 111, -.Til Sti.,11!fii. I 1... 1t T f.i . . ... I
hpntms, l!ru!-es &o &o., foe Man and at 2.1c, COc. and If 1.00 per Bottle, NoUc.
BcMt '.ly should ba a eiaglti day etyle. elzo of bottle. STo. " . j
NKW YORK ST0iK,
WHOLKSALH AND RKTAIL.
lahomt va hi bt r btook in tiik oitv
GOODS SOLD VERY OLOSK,
Corner ur Nineteenth Nlroetiiml ('mil
'JI mrirolul ATeiiiK,
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. 1' ATI Kit
Cairo I'ox and Baskkt Co.
Dealer. In
mUWM OF ALL KINDS
IIARII AMI SO IT.
Keep constantly on hind
Ki.ooiii.no and Si 1 ', also Lath.
Order. ,, I
MILL AND VA Illl
HTKKKT .' ' r
CAIRO, -
s-l'OUHTtl
. s T.rio tl
E. 0. RACK X CO.,
1' II II W A It II 1 N I.
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
DKALKHs IN
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
MKAL,
FLOUK AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
:i-l'itl
SEPTEMBER 21, 1873
THANKS.
Thankful to thu enterprising cltlrcns 0
Cairo and viciuity for the patrohugu they
haVMtu llburally bestowed upon us, au'j
the kind encouragement we have roClvtl
iu coUMqUeucu, we again call the atten
tion of nil independent buyers of Cno
clothing, gent's furnishing goods and hats,
t our Inrgo and growing stouk of tholt
good.', which we Intend to sell at prices
lower than evor otlerod at lu Cairo.
my "lowor" for it lies in our nbility to d.
so. Having a resident partner and buyer
In Now York a gentleman full of yean
and experience and two largo stores in
It.!, vicinity to supply, wo lay to claim tu
be thu
"l 1IKA1 IM Ill-I'SK IK 1-AlkO,''
fur tin house in this city has those advant
ages. How cr.li a merchant who joes to
Nhw York twice a year, with only i-ne
tore to buy for, have tho audacity to say
to his patrons, "wo are the Cheap John
of tho community,'' when he knows that
when ho is in Now York there nro iner.
chants like hlni'olf there, too, looking out
lor bargains. If such a merchant Miuild
perchance meet a lot ol goods which are
ullVred to him cheap, ho cannot lako thetu,
for the lot is too large, ns great bargain,
hre offered In largo lots.
Wo mako a rule lo never buy goodi
when there's 11 rush; but abide our lime,
when thofo "twlco n year bargain seek
rs" have gone homo to dispoio of their
stock of goods, "nt prhes lower thMi the
lowest" as they say.
V"u are alwnys there looking out for
'liargains."
We aro always on hand to buy large
lots at prices to suit.
AS'o are always there, looking out for
tho (Irst nppearsncii of stylish goods and
shipping them to our patrons.
W e are always in New York city, lock
ing to the interest of our patrons.
We aro always there looking for "grcst
bargains in largo lots" to supply our
mammoth stores in Cairo and I'miucah,
You, independent buyer, look at our
idoof tho picture and tho side of other
locrebanti. Our side the best for elllng
goods low. "Wo ask you and leave ywi
to anwor for yourselves. If you th'lnk
that you have merchants In this vicinity
who r.avo advantages which surpass ours,
we say patronize thorn ; if our advantages
f'jr selling goods lower than all otbr,
give us your patronage.
"Down with high prices, and give th
public valuo received."
I. Fain bar r.n A: Sov.
Our Mammoth Olothiog Houses, Cairo,
Illinois, nnd I'aducah, Kentucky.
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1 1 K KM AN SC'll M HTZSTO RK K,
(ijticccssor to II, Thlelecke.)
Ilcnlor In All Ulu.l.
FAMILY GROCERIES
WASHINGTON AVKNUK,
11KTWEKN TKNTH AND KI.KVKNTIl UTllKKTS
Having purchased the grocery establish,
mentor If. Thielockc. I bhull always keep
011 hand a full and li esli supply of all the best
good In my line, to be round In the market
Ily strict attcntlun to business, and fair deal,
lug, 1 hope not only to retain all (lie custom
the place has enjoyed lu the past, but to add
to the list many now patrons. Asking a
lair share or public paUomigo,
Respectfully, llKltMAN HCHMHT71T0ItFP.
7-10 tf
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MTERPR1SE
J TIIK O.NLV KELIAHLfc OIKT DISTKIlll'-
TIO.N IN TUX OOUHTXY I
$100,000 00
IN VALUABLK GIFTS l
To be distributed lu
X.. . U . 3IM E'S
42ud Hcml-Aiinual
GIFT ENTERPRISE
To be drawn
.MONDAY, CCTOIiEJt :!, III?;!.
ONK GRAND CAl'ITAL l'RI?.U
$10,000 I2ST O-OLXDI
Oar. Vmzk $5,000 is Si lv Kit I
Hvo Frizes 51,000 2 f
Five Fmes $500 i GUEKNHACKS
Ten Frlres 1100 Jj I
Two Family Carriages aud Matched Horses
mi oiivcr-mounicu Harness, worm
l,r00 each.
Two Horses, lluggles, etc., worth iCOO
each.
Two line-toned Rosewood 1'Ianos, worth $CjOO
racu.
Ten Family Sewing .Machines, worth S100
enrli.
1..VX) (Sold and Silver Lever Hunting
,1 mtucs, (in aw,; worm irom tsu to 5.R10
each.
Gobi ;halns. .Sllvcr-waro, Jewelry, etc.,
etn.
j Whole number (ilfts 10,000, Tickets limited
IOIXJ,UOU.
AOSNTS WANTKD TO HKLL TICKETS
1 iu nuum i.iuerai rreniiums will be paid.
.single Tickets 2; Kix Tickets 10; Twelve
J IckeU iiO; Tweuty-Uve TloketH (10;
I f.lreulars contatnlnK a full list of prise., a de
j soriptlon of the manner ot drawinx. and other
information In reference 10 the dl.trihuilon, will
J he sent to any one ordering them. All letters
must he. ad ire.sed to !,. IV. Hl.N'K, Hot, SB,
I ., , , Uinolnnati, O.
.'lain tuice. lui w, nun t,ti
IMMIGRANT TIOKHTS
1 FOR SALF.,1 ForHsUfFOR SALfc
1 rot sale 1
FOR SA LK. J ForMsle 1 FOR HALE
Faru from LiVEurooL,
Faro from LoNDONDKiinv
Faro from Olahoow,
Faro from QuikintuTowsr
VO OAIRO, J ! t 1 : ; t 4 H 30
sljffor.l Vn.rU . ("jS'lea Agent.
1'K T V. It 0 W II L, "
K.xclnslve
FLOUR MERCHANT
AND
TT,X, H2'R,a' .A S-CXTOr,
No. HO OUIU I.KVKl
3-yo tr.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS I
. WFT a
r ltj.u an I ftoiv Works
COMM EKCI A L ANKNUE,
ori-ostTjc
in 1 11 NTBti:r.
JOHN T. RENNIE, Prop'r.
-
FOUNDRY.
M A U II 1 iV li S II O 1
FilKUKt AMI 1'11'K FlllINO,
fti:A.si iiMiims). nii.i.,HTi:ksiiiA r
avn. A.ci-xixri3x, v
Mjtitil.icluri'.l jnd rcpalrrd.
Ipeelj atli'titlon Klvcti lo HkIiI and heaty
forcing, hon.e, bridge, railroad and i.ll wi.il
and all work of a similar i lisracter.
Meant and gas titling n all It. blanches.
A lulUssortiiientot Morris, la.ker Jt Co-.
mu'icijuiia pipe ami iiiui.ga, Itrsss s-ooji,
ile., ami gas tlxttires ulwa)s on hand.
I'llMNG OF HOI'SK FOR OAU
MAI1IC A M'ECIAI.TT.
Aleut for C.inicron's sjiecl.il steam pump
At.il lioilcr leeder. The best mauuUeture j
1.W1 p.iteiit;syihon putnps, and Judson'.
Iislent governor and governor valve.
The lollowing engines, etc., for sale :
Two steamboat engines, 1(J Inch bore of
j llndei; ilc (eel sttokc, anil iu good order
One steamboat shalt aud crank; wrot Iron
One eiqln. for bol.tlng freight: TJX 10.
One IO:o saw mill limine, with slultsud
tank lor milly or gang saw, second band.
One new ;U engine; mv own m.miitac
lure.
Aim. a -ccind-liaud stae cutting ma
chine and jointer, and warehouse huMlug
machine, iu good order.
Kugiues and machinery of all klndsboiiuht
ami sold. s
INNIIHA.Iir.
W. 11. .Mumt, II, M I.'u4ii
."i.lrj Kublte. .No. Puh. aa.l If. M, Oom
KIRK, HULI OAROO, HVK STOCK
ACCIDENT, LIFE,
I WatTB AKO Mi.
.til NA. liAU'! KUK1I,
i.t.u - .s,&i.,eot
.NOKill AMKKICA, I'A.,
Asset. , ,SJ,7U,les 01
llAHTKOHD, WNM.,
!.. . .. - n.Mi.iiu r
l'HtKMIX, liAKm)lll,
! - -. -.Il.Tsl.UI II
INTERNATIONAL, tf. r
..! 1 ,5H.I H
fl)TNAl, HAKrKOHD,
A.eet. I0e.,m
OLKVKLAND, OLKVKI.AMI,
i...u siij.eu
UOUK.OOLIIMItl.'S,
A.'.t 1146,111 I
AMKKICAN OKNIKAL, MO.,
A..t.M...,H , t, ... g..l(u0
OONNKCtlCDTllUTllAL. LIKE.
Al.et. .... s),(sSj,lsl V
THAVeLKlW, IIARTKOHt), I.IKS AM)
ACCIDENT,
Al.nl. ll,ts,(U 0
KAll.WAT 1'Art.SJt.NOKKM A.SMUHA.NOIC
CO., HAKTFDKII,
1m. i . vi,(Ou os
INDKPINIlKNT, hOSTOK,
As.ets .,e ol
HAFKORD, MORRia JkUANDKK,
71 hli I.eece.
TKUTONIA L1FK INSUKANPK
coM"PAisry.
OF UHIOAGO, ILLINOIS.
CKNT'i-.Ortci:, 171! WAeuiNOToM Sr.
ACTIVA, 650,000.
This tiurmait Lite Insurance Company
guarantees not onlv I'ald-tlp I'olieles but
also a Value tu ('asfi on the .Noti-forfdltur.
plan
JOHN A. HUOK, - - - FiosMent
0. KNOHKLSDORF. . . . riecretary
JOHN W. I'RIJKHS,
Atent fur Catr and vicinity
H ISMaIuTr UN D.
SECTION NO. 17.
Association for promoting Life linmsuc
and Hick Relief by weekly dues and muttlsl
co-operation in ob)oetol public benent.
The Lite Insurance l'ollcios will be tb.ued
by the Tiiulonia Life Insurance Company
II. MEYKRS, ProsldHiit.
JOHN V.. 1'RUESS, Ao't.
rrt'lroiuil Vlcliiltr
FIRE AND MARINE
I1TS1TBA "I5TOE
rojII'AMlKSi.
NIAUAU., N. Y.,
A sets l,IJcl,ls
OA1HUAH1A, N. V.,
Assets .- 1,0W!,1.1 Tl
IIAHOVEH, N, Y.,
Asset Tl Wl to
MKi'iruLie, n.
A.svts m.s.ecki
CoinprlsInK the Underwriter.' Aauner.
TOtfKKMH, N. Y.,
Assets (To M
A MIAN V CITY,
Assets ....- IM.l.S
riiixwBN'H ruNii, h. r.,
Assets,.
flKUUHlTY, N. Y. MARINK,
isset 1,133,U
Htores, Dwelling, Kurnlture, Hulls and 0r
Koen, Insured ut rate, as farorahle a. .ound, per
msnent seourltT will wsrrant.
1 resiveoimlly a.a of thf cltlien. Ca.
shareofth.ir patronage.
si. N.IIIKIHKN
If ILIilrlKXT.
MRS. MoOK K,
On KlKhthSlrnet, hetwoen Ooiiiiiinriil.l and W.th
ngion asenues, la iiaur recomni
NKW MILLINKRY OOODH
LATKnT M'HINQ AND HUUMKR HTrl.Mil
llesid.s a full lino 01
soxsrxsrxaTa & x-x.r4.'a
ITriinniAii tnil iintpitntiiA.fi l
FhlNCB KLOWKIW. WlBHONd, TRiMsiN(4
of all kind., Lacus, clo,, utu, .,
. ... V, n "l-a . ml.r. . I
Fanoy Artlol.., sunh as
NBOK TLW, CtlLLAnH. UNIlKKHLKiCVIUJ,
ItfllPKH. H.HIIla ViJu . "'I
And all nlhnr artlnlM. I. f minj u
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
airs, aieuoe. 111 auuitlou to her stock of
Fancy and Millinery Goods, has a fine and
l!nmitlAj UKSnrtTTiMti. nf ii..,. ...... .a..
, r , , , . . . . SIHUHUIU bUEWUJ
made Ladles' and Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren.' Roots. Black ami in Colors. 'Xheie
reaoknowledged to be the finest and best
vor In the market, and this Is the only
ouse the city that makes them a specialty

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