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OFKCB, BXrXjIiETiatsr BTTIIiX)IIra-, COR. 12TH STBEET A.:rr:D WASHIWO-TOIsr AVJDXTTJS
JOHN H. OBERLY, EDITOR.
our ummuiiKa.
UllltlSTIAN (JIlUltJll-KtKlitrciitli Mrcel
Imlwcun Wuftliliiglou uikI Walnut.
jlictliiK every Sunday ut 1UJ u. in,, anil 8
p. w.
Minilay ecliool at 8 p, in.
I'myor meetlnic Wiiilm-mlny giuiiIdk.
I'ltKSU YTKUlAN-JCIgfctti Btrett.
I'miuliliiK, hiitiliutii ai 10) a.m. i nd7i n.m
Trsyor mcctlK( WodnoFdny atli p. m.
.Iibuutli Mcliooi, a p.m. J.M.l.ati. en, S.
iiorliitunilcnt. Ukv. II, Thaykh, I'M ji
MKTllODIST. Cor. Kijjlith anil Walnut eta.
I'rvaehlnir, Sabbath at 10) n.m., atnl7 p. m
I'rayer muutlnj, Wednesday, 7) p.m.
Satiimth Hchool. 3. p.m. 1.. W . btlllwell,
Htipi tliitctidunt. Ukv. K. L. 'IliOMi-bON,
Tan tor.
HUIIUU OK TI1K KKl)i:i:MKlV-(Kplnco-(ml.)
Miirnlng prayer. Sabbath 10) a.m.
hvunliuf, pra)urH, 7) p.m.
Sabbath ftchool, II u.m.
Hi:v. K. Ooan, Kcct'ir.
VC PATRICK'S CHURCH Mblh St. mid
Va!ilm;li)lt Atomic, i
1'iilillc hunkc, .Sabbath S:10 aud 10) i.rn.
Ve-norit. 7 u.m. !
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
hen loo ctery day, H a.m.
-T. .lOSKl'H'ft CHIJKC1I. (dennan,; cor-
WTut Walnut atid CroM strt'c!".
Ma, every sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vc.hlT. '1 II. III.
la- during wuek day, o'clock a. ni,
oClt.MAN
Mil l I.KANClil JKCII 1.1th i siipervenwd and claims for tho sucenss-i-ceii
nthlngton Avenue and , ., .... ., , n-...i' ri"
trcet between Washington
U alniit street.
rreachlni; Sunday mornint;
; at 10 o'clock.
sabbath school at 'J o'clock p.m.
Kkv. C. UuKitucii.vEii, l'ator.
fOI'NO MKN'tf CIIKIS'lIAN ASSoCIA
'1'ION. Ueifular meetluir ftecond -Monday
t-aeh month at their room over Kockweil
A Co' booltftore, Commtrclal avenue.
Weekly l'raycr mcetliiB, Trlday,") p.m. at
In: room.
I.. W. Stim.weu., l're.ldcnt.
KCOND MISSIONAI'.Y HAI'TIST
'ilUIt(JlI. Corner Syeamorc and Korty
Urst htrcetn. l'reachlm; Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and ;i o'clock ji
in.
-iiniiay ncuoui t u iu. 1
The church l connected with the Illinois
A"oelatloii, by tho-'lrst illj-lonary Hip-
iui i 'Inirrli ol Cairo.
Kkv. .Solomon I-konaiid, I'aitor.
AKH1CAN MKTIIODIST. Kourteenth, bo
tweeu Walnut and Cedar.
Service', Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sabbath School, 1) p.m.
nice to at 3 p.m.
sKCOXO KHKK WII.I. HAi'TWT'-Klf-
tftntli Street., between WaUiut and Cedar.
sen Icci. Sabbath, 1) and 3 p. m.
Kkv. -V. Kickh, l'astor.
t UK!'. HAI'TIST IlOMK MISSION
sAHHATH SC11UOI-. Corner W:lnut
and Cedar Street".
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
rlltsT KK1IK W il-l. IIAI'I IST CllUItl II
hurry's llarracK"
11 ti.... tr...i.....i.. 1..:.
1 reaciiiu,, riiuuj citum,
relation.
SenMccs, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. aud 7 p.m.
Kkv. Jacoii Hiiahi.kv, Ktdcr.
SKUIIKT OHDKRS.
THK MASONS.
CAIKO COMM.V.MKKV, No. 13. Stated
Ai-emb!y at the Asylum Manoulc Hall, nrt
and tlilrJ Monda) In each month.
OAIKO COCNCU., No. IM. Kcgular (invo
cation at Maonlc Hall, tho fecoud 1-riday
In each month.
V.AIKO CHAI'I'KK No. 71. Krirular Con
vocation at Mai.oulc Hall, on the third
'Im-i-day ot every month,
JAIKO l.OIHiK, NO. '237 Y.li A. M. HegU
lar Coruinunlcatlom at .Masonic Hall, the
second and fourth Mondays of each mouth.
THK ohd-kkixoVs.
I i-V AVtir.lt I.ODtlK. '."JI Meets III Odd-
I't loirs' lU, in JiniT nuiiuir.;. every
lliuiwla) cyenlns a? 8 o'cloct.
STATK 6l''FICKllS.
(lincnior John L. lleverid(;e.
I.luiititiaiit-tiovenior
Secretary of Sutedeorjo II. Harlow. I
Auditor of Stato C. K. i.lppluentt.
Slate Treasurer Ca-per llutz.
Attornrv lieiieral laiucn K. Kdt1l.
Supt. l'tibllc luitructlon-Newtou ll.aomun
CONGKi:SSiIKN.
Senators Klchard J. Ogle.nby and John A.
t.ogan.
llepreitcntatlvc F.lghtccntb District Ii-acc
JlemcnU.
Mn.MUF.us okskual assemhly.
Kcpici-ciilntUfH 111 tho f)th sllxtrict.-
Julin II. (Jbcrly, Wm. A. I.eniina and Math
v. I. lincorc.
Hiuator for tho With dl-trlct.--.H-h-c are.
COUNTY OFF1CKUS.
CIUCUIT COL'UT.
Judc U. J. llaker, of Alexander.
Mute's Attorney Patrick 11. I'oi'e.
Cleik It. S. Yocum.
Sheriir A. II. Inin.
Win. Martin A sse-sor and Treasurer.
COUN I V COUHT.
Judco- F. Ilros.
A'l-oclateit-J. K. McCrltc and S. Matchll-
ion. , I
Clerk lacob O. Lynch. i
Coroner John H. Uonman.
MUNlCirAL "(10 VKKNMKNT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer K. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. 11, Knllia.
Clerk Michael Howluy.
Attorney H. Wiitmn Webb.
Police Mafe'iitriitcs F. ltroe and .1. .1.
''Marshal and Chief of Police W ni. ilcllalc.
Street Commliilonor I). J. Qalligan.
Health Olllccr W. Woolen.
Member Police Force A. Cain garment,
V, Whilcump, Phillip Helm, Cha. Muhnui
;ud P. A. Couaut.
nOAUU OK AI.riKH.MKN.
FlMt ward-Hlrnm lllxby and J. M.
Second ward Herman Moycm and Wood
.Uttenhouso.
Third ward .lohn McIIwou and F. Ivors
noyer. Fourth ward-C. F. NolIU and M. J.
VlLdauloy.
Finh ward .Ino. II, Koblnon and A m.
11. Morris.
S.A.IITrr LOUIS.
OLIVE STREET .HOTEL
SECOND AND OHVK SfllCLTs,
IT. LOUIS.
ni'iv v-ITTI'll AM) III l-llK.Mlll.il
JN ihroughout; stock leli ftrni'h In llm li';i
Micet iiltianrc llulited lit I. I'lit by c;.l- urn Wl
hasaUmwUruliiiiroMiU''iits. tuiiilucleil on tut
American aint.Kiuopean plan, l.iirupi-an p an,
rewms l 1T !)! meals tOc rach, Ami Hon
elan 12 .60 per dy.
f)(JUK, 'niATCHCn CO,, PfpprUtors-
ocmccs, aaimmu . a.iu.j i,iu, .v 15 l.. w. anu l uuiuan aieepers ironi St. L,ouls to
iiiic-Mil '.stYA-lVvr nnuMl ! Principle points in the A'est, without
- "Vtrfbww Ninth m.j 'if,',SJu U1- ' . Y T,U vM,,nM
1. .I.,,. e,,i.nii, mi - ,n -1 n l'acitlc railroad hat the best track and the
saiiiiaiii scuooi, ii p.m. joun anuazier ( wiid roaus lortncr west are prompt and
aud Mary Stephens Superintendent.. 1 ndiablo. The Texas connection of this
. v ii i.'rf !-'iiiM.!J'itK v t0r'.t. t roilJ Dnw completed, and paisenccri are
8K:0.M) HAl'IIsT CIIUKCII ourteenth I ,r.,i . rl' .n ' ,,. ;,,. c,
street, between Ceilar and Walnut. Th f" ', ,"1 clas all-rail route from St.
r.iv H.titut i hiiri-li ri.cni-nijHil ih Louis to lexas, either over tho MUtouri.
...... -I - . - - .-j ... .
iSJsssmii TCitSljrm-
THE BULLETIN.
KKPAYJ.S'q.
Ileeati.c 1 liac Usscil you, .MlnKiillln,
.My mother N hu'ildlrig mc m.
iulck! (idck! uUe urn back the kl, dar-
, .
1 givo you n Miort tlmo a;o.
Ax It'ii done we Imc koI to uiid" It
Tor mother you we In no cross ;
lint a klMclvrn back to thcRlvcr,
After it'), Is not much of a loin.
Hut hoy ayl Mlnijulllo! wliat'a IhN, ilrf
by, here wuarc, womc than before!
I liatltj you renters trie uiy kirn, Ir,
, And now you hae taken two more!
1 v order to retain thy advantage over
j tho Scandinavian nvig,tor who la said to
luivo ditcovured America tuveral conturles
hcfitro Columbus, it ii proposed to erect a
! monument to the memory of tho latter in
I l'tiiladi'lptiia.. Columbus mint and ahull
i on preferred. What will becomu of our
I now world if It Is to m discovered bv cv
hi. i .. .....
Tiikhk Ii danKiirof a crisis in HiihH.
.Mark TwHln'a fniid, Prlnc ), other
uitn known a Klni? l.urixliln. u
' mo nil i 11 i Illt X II D
royal line expires with 1'rli.ci Hill, and
hit succeifor inuit como from the chlefi of
secondary rank, and thero am no many of
them that, whoever get It, civil war Is
likely to ensue. Hut pcrbHps ho won't
dii, juil yet.
Tin: plant papyrui, which piveslts name
to our word paper, is of more importance
in history than cotton and silver and gold,
first used for writing between 3,000 and
1,000 years 11140, although it hardlv e-rowi
j now In Eirypt, where 1 lately searched
f , , ' , , -
:"" ' '"'"i nenco n came, you
will remember. I always recall with sat-
maciion mai i saw uiKi venerawe plant
I ... .uwp(1iunii nu iv rauuiu U Old IV,
near tue luuniatn ol Arel&tua. Kmer-
1IKVONU TIIK MISSI8I1T!
. Thousauds havu already gone, and
thousand more are turning their oyes to-
I ward new home In In the fxrtile Wost.
iTolhoio iroing to .Missouri, Kansaj, Ne
braska, Colorado, Uthh, Wyomlnu, o
i vada, Oregon or California wo recom
mend a cheap, safo, quico and direct route,
, via St. Louit, over tho Missouri Pacific
railroad, which runs Its fine day coaches
I linc't tnd safest equipment of any lino
wen 01 inn .MlsMsippi,and its connections
Kansss tt Texas railroad, via Selalia. or
over the Atlantic & TaciBc railroad, via
I Viiillla. For maps, lima tables, Informa
tion as to rate, routes, ots , we rofer our
renders to S. II Thompson, Kastern I'ass
miit "gnt, Columbus, Ohio, or K. A.
1 Ford, ijencrnl passenger accnt, St. I-oui,
Missouri. Questions will In cheerfully
! and promptly answered.
K M I (i K ATI ON T 1' It N I N O.
CtlKtl- FAUMH I.V ol'TH-WKST IIJOfllI.
The Atlantic t Faeiflc Ilallroad Corn-
piny ot.'eri I.'JOO.OUO acre of land In
Central and South-west Missouri, at from
3 to 512 per acre, on seven years time,
with free transportation from St. Louis to
all purchA'cri. Climate, soil, timber, min
ora! wealth, schools, churches and law.
abiding soctfity Invito emigrants from all
point' to till? land of frulu and flowers,
r'or particulars address. A. Tuck, land
commissioner, St, Louis Missouri. 'Ja
IIAMCS)
THK C I T y" N A T I U N A L
',. I U si, X, I n II I l
UAl'ITAL,
$100,0(0
W. H. llAl.l.lDAT, l-rnMnili
HK.NRT I. IIAI.I.IDAV, Vicvl'tMdai
A. H. HAKroKl', ORnbiori
WAI.T2R IIYHLOP, Itilcii li.l.ler-
oiui.-ious.
BTAATS TitLOU, IlOSlUT II, Cl'VllM.llil,
rimai 1,. IIailiiki, W. 1'. 1Ui.lii.ai,
Oiu. 1). WitUAKsoa, Htiriiii limn
A. H. BAiroais
Kschmiiin, Oolu hskI Unllfnt ssttilr
llomU Ilenglit unit Mild.
Iiil'OSITH rMelved, and a fc-fBfcrl Uikli,
biiflDK. .ion.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
r ii a i u .
II. W. Miixkh, Priildont.
J. M. Pill .Mm, Vlco-Proi-ldcnt.
CtlAS. CUNNINGHAM, Cahhler.
C:LLEUTIONS PUOMPTLY M.I)K
Vnfllll.lV .... h.nh m.iI.u Mt.t llnil
?i HUttii HKOurltli'H f-n'uhl anil Hold
lulmol 4tloft oil Hull' lliilta.
I.HMHr.K.
WHITE UOLJ.Ali PLANING M I hi
N W.il.TEH1, IToprlcHir,
piAlaaia
HARD and SOFT LUMI3KR
AMU
LATH, BUINULK8, OKDAIt POSTf
UOOUS, 8A8I1, DUNDB
ORDKHH HOLICITKJ),
STKAMDOAT LUMRKII,
KurnlnboUon rbortestnotii'.
(Jommerclftl avonuo, botweon Tenth and
Eleventh itroeta
GAIBO: IsIIjXXTOia.
1$. V. WiffRE,
(Supccsor to II. T. (ierould.i
STEAM AM) GAS FITTING
And Dealer In
Oah ami Stiiam Pii'K Fittisos.
sji.oiii: and A.xii.t: vai.vi:,
I.KAI) PIPi: AND PUMPS.
CIIANDILIHHS,
PKNDANTS,
IUIACKETS,
GLOBES, ETC.
tSTDiivo wells put down In any part of
the city or nurrjundlng countrv.
182 COM MKKCIAL AVENUE,
IlltMH ni.OCK.
COHHIMHIOX Jir.HCnANTN.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FOIUVAHDING and COMMISSION
R K It 11 II A N TSS.
DEALERS IN FI OUR
lad Axonts of
OUIO HITXE AMI) KANAWHA
SALT COMPANIES.
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
Oat ho Irt.twnm.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE GREA.T
Soothing Remedy!
WHITCOMB'S U.
Cans Colic and Orlplcc In
lloircli, and hell, ales
prcK.ll ol Teth!cE.
SYRUP.
fubdors Conmlslocs and OTtr-I
I OTr-1
cmn til dliFA.ss Incldsnt to r
ufAnts sad Children. . I Pr ,rTn
i.ii.irnMiiiin f Cnrs Wtrrhosa. Pj sen
WH TCOMB Si " Pumm cp'
SBVDilts I in Children of all ages.
isentt-
llot.
n.ll.tf. jiAln, wnlcnessorix- I m , , .
fcmtlon In 16 or SO minutes, glr- S00
leg tone and power to the system. J c H IT T 3
It Is the Infants and Children's Orest Poothlng
n.medjr, In all disorders brought on Ij teething or
aur other cause.
lie particular In calling for MRS. WITTTCOMS'S
EVRU1', and take no other.
rreparedt7 the ORAVTOV MEDICINE CO., Ft.
Louie, Mo. Bold tj Urngglsu and Dealers In
iledlcln eT.rywhfre.
j. BUy.aB AND ILLDQYOIUlOfla.
PlXIiS.
Ut cleansing the blood and arousing the llrsr and
tretlte organe to a healthy action, Pr. Henry's
Root and Plant Pills cure man complaints which It
would not te supposed they could reach, such ae
Headncbe, lnln in tho Hide, Nnssib.
lira of the Honda mid Feet, Itullnca,
4'tilllnrsm, Itliriisnntlani, Noiiralatla,
I,o of Appollle, Itlllonn Iryacutery,
ICIilnejr Alfcctlosis, roiiKtlnallon, Dsw
lilllty, Fcvpra of all binds, Dyape,.
tla, JtanadlCP. and other kindred complaint
arising from a low stato of tho tody, or outructloi
of its functions.
Helng free from Mercury and other poisons they
can he taken at all times and under all circumstan.
cc, without regard to diet, business or pleasure,
Iber stlmiiUts the weakened and distempered
parts Into healthy action, glrlng them elrength to
disburden themselves aud throw oil th obstruction!
ohlcb are the first caum of dlieaae, Wltuont
iiroilnclnv either nausea or srrlpliia;.
All heary and drowsy eeuiatlons, wElch are th
f irerunners of direful diseases such as Apoplexy,
l'nrnlylloNtruboa,Ao,art eflectaally warded
on by a few doiee of then searching Pills.
full direction. erouBil .tea bot, la Kagib, Qeraua, FresAk
aiilHp.nl.il. MtillCimital. .....
I'r. p.red ly lb. Or.rtoa llAdldn. Ce.. at. I.fteta. tie.
Holl bf Prussl.1 and lalr.!a AtwUdla. .v.rra.re.
TULPARKERCDH
SCHD STAMP FOR CIRCUIAB.
PARKER BRffS(
WISTMERIDENjCTrj
.JfrlRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER o, 1873.
& ' "T.. ... i i.-i.i..-
1873 AT7TUMXT 1873.
STUART & GHOLSON
Are now showing one of the most attractive stock of New
Fall Dry Goods ever shown in this city, which they offer at
BOTTOM TIUOES FOR CASH ONLY
DRESS GOODS .A. SIPEai-AJLTlrr
Our new dress goods comprise all the elegant now fabrics
and novel shading which arc now so much in favor.
We are warranted in saying that nowhere in the city will
be a better selection, and our prices will be as horetore tho very
lowest in this city. 9-29-2w.
mi rMi M.iiiiiiTiiiM. niKi:uiiis
A.T
Beerwart, Orth & Oos,
NO. 136 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
To Parties Having Either
CURRENCY,
CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS,
or CITY SCRIP.
v M,"J3 -v v-.AJi,iijj UIIUUV1U1 WtililUj (1111.4 tllV Vllll Ul
present currency market, we will sell our stock of
llllvffilHIiUlllllJIIHIIHLU'
At greatly reduced prices. City
Call and examine prices and see
WE MEAN
We have now in stock the
COOKING STOVES :
FAME,
CHARTER OAK,
WELCOME,
FAMOUS,
AND OTHERS.
DISINFECTANTS :
COPPERAS
C A 11 11 O L A T E OF LI M E ,
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH,
OA It BO LIC ACID
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
T'O-R SALE AT IjO"W PRICBS
AT
BKOXjA-Y brothers,
DRUGGISTS,
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET,
aNii
1TO. 74 OHIO LluVBE
$ao,ooo
WORTH OF GOODS
AT COST.
The undersigned will continue selling the re
mainder of his Large Stock of
III!!
Ill
AT ACTUAL COST.
As 1 m dttirmluedlo closo out toy prustml business JP?"'',0',
N. B.-l'rO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HEREAFTER, THIS STOCK
WILL RE SOLD STRICTLY FOR 0ASH.
jz,, ec. oiJis?"isri3sra-ia:-AJM:
scrip taken at marked value.
for yourselves that
BUSINESS.
celebrated
HEATING STOVES:
THE LARGEST STOCK
AXI
Bosit Varloty
IX THE CITY.
15ROMO CI1LORALUM
POWDER,
POWDERED CHARCOAL.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNT
132
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and. Domestic Dry Gto
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpt9 Mattings, Oil Clothi
Upholstery Goods, Window Shades, Damask, Cornls
Wishes he public to be Inrormcil that he has on hand a stock of coods m ettetii
any In tho Southeaat, and that lie is determined to cell every artlele at prlcci lower thi
lowest. Call on him and examine goods and prices, lie will satlsly you boih to q
NOTICE
HAS RKOI'KNKl) HIS
uim ww
Will keep open day and night, ready to serve meals
at all hours, and has a private entrance for
ladies and gentlemen, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodate the
travelling public. lie has fitted up 8 new
rooms over the book store, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families.
tGive him a call at any
ISCElAAWEOPa.
MILLER APARKKU,
GENERAL COMMISSION i
FOKWA.KDING MKHUUANTd,
DEALEKB IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTB roM FAIKUANK'8 BUALKM
Ohio Levee. CAIUO. IIXINOIH.
II. A. Thomi L. D. ITioius
THOlia & BROTHER,
Succesosrs to 11. M.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BR0KE11S
AND DIALKKS I
Mtile siad t'stnrx flrocerlrs).
Foreign tnd Domcttlo
134 Commarclkl Avenue,
OAIHO. ILLINOIS.
E. 0. PACE & CO.,
r OHWABOI.IU
A V D
COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
DIALIIU IN
HAY,
CORN.
OATS,
MEAL,
KLOUR AM) COUNTKY PKODUOB
UAIKO, ILLINOIS.
8-mr
0. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer In
Limk, OauiHT, l'LASTKn, IIaih, Ktc
No Obi Late.
pari will Mil In cr load lots at manulao
turvre price, adding trclght. 4-a-U
JOHN B. PHLLIS St SON,
(Buoosssois to John B. Phlllis,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
SIB
FORWARDING MSROIIANTS
AID
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATB,
Flour, Meal, Bran, Ac.,
AGBNT8 FOR LAPLIN AND RAND
POWDKR COMPANY.
(Joi. Tintii Strt aud Oaio Lv
CA10. IU.
KSTABLMHKD ISSa.
J. 0. MATHEWSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Agent Tor
Qau,d aw DuroaT Powhih Co ,
AUOUSTJL GA.
1;
wswnw
hour, day or night.
F. M. STOCKFLETH,
Importer.
Hectttlcr snd Wholesale Dealer
VOKEIUN AND DOMES 10
LIQUORS AND WIN
NO. G'J OHIO LEVIS,
9.5 tf
CAIRO, ILLIN
R. J. CUNDIFF,
GENERAL PROD UC.
A -V Ii
COM MISSION MERCHA
No. 17 Kiunui Sr.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO
(S ticcessors to D. Uurd & Son.)
AND
Commission Merchants,
ri.OlB.OHAIN AND HAT.
No C3 Ohio Levoe, CAIRO, ILI
NEW YORK STOxtK,
WHOLESALE AND RKTAIJ
LAHOMT TABJITT ITOCK TBI
GOODS SOLD VHBYCLOSI.
Cormcr ! Imatstaatti mtrt stasl (
naarssisu Avasastc,
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
C. O. fATL
WOOD RITTENHOUS A B
FLOUR
AS
General Commission Merobi
IM OHIO liKVI
MISSOURI 8TATE LOTTER
LlOALIZBD IT STATI AUTHOKITT
Dkawm in Public ix St. Louu
Grand BingU Number SohtB
50,000 mdmbim.
Olam I ro;i Dbawk September SO,
6,880 PrKM, Amounting to oo,w
t priscor.
1M.000
600 Prtwaof.
t
of..... M.4H
or. . lo.ooo
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