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OFFICE, 33TJIiZj32TIXT BXTIXiDIlsra-, COB. 12TH STREET A. IT 3D WAaHIirGTOK AVHrtTE
JOHN H. OBERLY, EDITOR;
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 10. 1873.
OFFICIAL :'R OF CITY- AND GOUNTli
ouu on unci! i-:a.
CIIKISTIAN UllUHOII-Klgliteeiith street
bullion Washington ami WulliiU.
Meeting uery Mindiiy at 10J u. in,, mid 8
ti. in.
hiinday Kcliool At 3 p. m
I'riivcriiifi'lliii' Wodnenday evuiilrt.
I'UKHllYThHIAN-KlgttU Struct,
I'ruiUmig,
UUIfUUI Ufc IU a.i.j.taii'i 11 '.
1'rayermedtL.K, Wednesday nt 7Jf
fSr
ulm'iiiiiiu'i' i'.,r PioiiUinmi Walnut hu
ntlSmXnum
1'riiyor meeting, Vcdueday,7, p.m.
bulibatli School, 3. p.m. L. W. MUllwoll,
Hiipciliitendcnt. IUV. K. L. TilOMl-ooN,
l'vtor. ..,.,.,,..
U1UKCH OK THE Kfcl)BUIKIl-fcplhco.
til rnliiL' nravcr. Sabbath 104 a.m.
hvenlng pray." 71 'm. '
eiibUlh school," a.m.
Hkv. ti. (.'oak, Hector.
aT. PATUICK'S OIIUHCIl-Miith HI. ami
U'M.iiimrtnn Avenue.
I'llhllc rurvlcc, Sabbath 8:10 and 10 a.m.
Vu-jier, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
Sen Ice every day, 8 a.m.
IlKV. 1.J. 0'HaM.OKaX, l'llcit.
T. .lOSKl'H'a cm;iw;il.-(0t'nn:in,) cor. ! lr,y- "The death of the bearded woman."
nerol W'''"iM , '. I'aria correspondent, "is announced,
v""?' r- 'o in ! Hur '",mo wa J,uelln Doublin. For
la;'durl"ik''wi!ek day, H o'clock a. in. tl)0 Pt year eho hai b.-en a nightly visi
Itcv t,. IIo.kman, 1'rlest. i tor nt the ' Ubatelet.' Kuch evening she
lil'.itMAN I.liTIII.HAN ClIUIlOll 13th attended tho thoatre In tho jjarbof a man
.Unit between Washington Avenue and a) vrnys occupying the tame teat. Khecal!
V .ilnut street, ed forth not a llitlo attention, her lone?
iVhool'V; "oTtocp m. 1 L!rk 1,,lIr h'"1 l"rJ "d"ri"! her
aabbRtb a-'g l50-B'!.SifEg; rior. e.peclal Interest. About two
I'OtlMl MEN'S CllltlSTlAN ASSoCIA- months ago the appiared in an elegant
TION. Hegular meeting necond Monday
..I'll month at their room oer Hockwell
,V CoV book utore, Coinmereial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer mcctin, Kridy,7J p.m. at
.he room. ,
1.. . Stiixweix. l'renident.
jkoSt MlftdlONAHY HAI'TIST
('IlliltCll. Comer byeaiuoro ami Koity-
llrt btreetn. I'reaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and 3 o'c lock p. m
.Sunday school 1 o ciock p. m,
AKItlOAN MKI'lIODIST. Fourteenth, bo
Its ceil ainui anu mum.
Servlcce, Sabbath. 11 a.m.
Sa'ibath School, 1J p.m.
Cln meets at 3 I.m.
tKCOND KKKK WII.I. HAI'TIST'-Klf.
Itetith Street., between Walnut and Cedar,
service sabbath, H aud 3 p. m.
hkv. r. kicks, i-aior.
THKB H. . 1W I "'"'",!
SAHHATH 8CUOOI..-
and Cedar Street.
SnMmtll School. I) a.m.
rmsT fki:k will, haitist cauuca
rreaihintf Sabbath, 104 a.m. aud 74 p.m
l'rajcr meeting. S edncday evening,
breaching, Friday eveninj'.
Habbath achool, 14 p.m. John Vanllarter
aud Mary Stephcni". SujierlntendcnU.
ItKV. T. J.vShokki, l'ator.
BKCOND HAI'TIST ClILMtca Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only lUptlit church recoijulied by tbe A
koclallon. Service., Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m.aml7 p.m.
Kpv. .Iacoii Huadlkv, Klder.
SEUHKT OHDKltS.
CA1UO COMMANUKItY.' No. 13.-Stated
a ,.i.tv t ti. Afvlum Maronlc Hall. Urrt
THK MASONS.
aud thirJ Monday in each month. I
cation at Macule Hall, the second Iridaj
i A'! HO CHA1 TF.lt No. 71.-Hegular Con- j
vocation at Manonlc Hall, on Uie third
Tiienlay ot every month,
.AlHO I.OUUE, No. 237 J-.& A. M. Itegu-
lar Communication 'twH
second and II'Mh montb- j
ALKXANW)KH I.OUOKiai MeetiilnOdd.
Fellow Hall. 1U Aner UUllUini;. t
Thurnitay eveplug at 8 o'clock.
BTATK Oi'FlCKHS.
Uovurnor John I.. Huverlilgo.
MuutfiiantOovernor
Srerctary of State Ueorso II. Harlow.
Auditor of State C. K. l.ippincott.
Slate Trc.uurer Caliper Huu
Attorney (ieiicrnl Jame K. IMmiII.
Supt. l'ubllc Iutructlon Now ton liateman
conohksmi:n.
Senators lllchard J. Uyiesby and John A.
Uigan.
Representative Klghteenth UUtrict Iacc
JiemcnU.
MKM1IKHS OENHHAIi ASSIiMHI.Y.
HeprcwntatltCH In the With dfiet.
Jolin II. Oberly, Wm, A. I.cmmu and .Math-t-v
.1. Inn-ore.
Biuator for the With di.trlet. .Jeise W arc.
COUNTY OFF1CKHS.
CIHCUIT COUllT.
Judgo 1). J. Haker, of Alexander.
Stnte'n Attorney Patrick II. 1'opo.
Clcrl:-H. S. Yocui(J.
Short ir A. 11. Irvln.
Win. Martin ACitfor and Treaiurer.
county coum.
Judgo- F. HroM.
Asuucittte J. K. McCrite and H. Marchll
oon, Clork .lacob O. Lynch.
Coroner Johu II. Oonnian.
MUNIClI,AI.""OVKHNMKNT.
Slayor John Wood.
Treasurer H. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. 11. Fallln.
Clerk Michael llowley.
Attomev 11. Watnon Webb.
I'ollce Magiotratc F. Hror aud J. J.
"jlVrsbal and Chief of Follco Wm.Mellale.
Klroet Commllnuer 1). J. (lalligan.
Health Ollleer W. Woolen.
Members l'ollco Force A, Cain nargent,
K. Whltcainp, I'hllllp Helm, Chas. Mehnei
Uld 1'. A. Conaiit.
OOAItO OK AI.DHKMKN.
First ward -Hiram lllxby aud J. M.
I'lilllipi.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Vood
AlttCllllOUHO.
Third ward John Muhwon and i . Ivors
mover. Fourth ward-0. F. Nellis and M. J.
McOauley.
Fifth ward Jno, H. Hoblnson and W m.
II. Morris.
SAINT LOCJiS.
U H
II1UUJH11
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
tilXU.ID AN
UI.IVK STHUIJ1(
T. LOUIS.
nrrno axi ih:kui!Ni?iii:i
ATKWI.Y.
11 '
iliri.iiiflinut! Htnrtc th L'nlnll 111 lllO t.ullei
r;.,.... .., ,!?.,,.., 1 1 riit . . I nt ii L'l.t liv r ilrluin lleli'i
hmiiU modern improvement. Conducted uiulie
American ami Kuropean pl.in, l.il";H P "
rooms l pT day; nival 10c nicli. AurriciD
Llan 12.10 ht ily.
! U'Jlllt, llIATCIIKIl A CO., PioinUtor.
111 Cuurcli ol Cairo. police acknowledging her panion, which
ItKV. S01.0M0.S LeoKAKit, I'.Ttor. the phyilclani actually itato v. a the cauie
';iirry liarraek anil i'ullman aleepers from at. l-ouis to
S.nlccs, Sabbath 11 a.mv3p.m. 474 p.m. . principle point in tho Vest, without
HE.. A1!?.1".).. J ,.h c,"U1, ! 1'aclUc railroad has the best track and the
ttiar ULinivu twuiu nnu fi
THE BULLETIN.
I A avccnnri'L caso of Immodlato tram
fusion uf blued by Dr. Alblnl, of Ntples,
f roUted by Dr. JIiuiKwen In the list
number of thnUlnscow 'Studic! .loiirniil .'
iiw MniiBIIIMUIl WHS ITOm WIO CHrolIU ftT'
' tory of lamb Into tlio voltn of n My
A num .!'.
i 'i luoo about a half metro In lnni'th was
I "rtrl Into lh, artery of tho la?nb, and
! plnced In communieatlon wltli tho vein
, opened In the urm ol tho patlont. At the
, oitretnity of a similar tube two tube
, "I-(,'! wuro Joinod in uch a rnannur hi
j to romH,n flxi)(j Mg of Ul0 MpMW,
i "n,'1 '"cint'i xrtory of tho lamb, and on tho
H'r to tbe denuded vein of the lady, in-
t" which the tranfun-d blood flowed. Dr.
lAlhlnl rennunco hnnenfnrth tlm um.i
lnyrinRo, preferring to uio tho natural
pump, uie i,eart or the animal iUolf,
which, with vigorous crmtractlonii, In able
to ImpM a liberal lupply of blood Into tho
arm of a patient.
woman' attire, her face clotelv thavoil.
Notwithstanding tier ebani;i of dro he
wan Itutantly recognized by the gallery,
and greeted In a contplcuoui but not iiti.
ifctory manner. From that the wai
M-en no more, and it wa toon rumored
that iho wa ill ; alto that taid lllnei! wn
that iho wa ill ; alf
the remit of a violent and hopr-lm lovo
for tho leading actor of the ' Chatelet.'
of her death."
-. ----- -
HKVOND THK MISSlSsII'I'1 1
Tbouiaud havo already gone, and
iboufarid. tnnrn urn ttirnlm. tlu.ir .rm in.
' ward new home in in the fwrtile Vet.
iTolhoio going to Miuoari, Kantai, No-
braiKa, Colorado, Ctah, Wyoming, .No-
vada. Or..,.,,n nr Clifnrni, u-., T .rn.n.
I. .i... iin..i. nor deathbed, tho unfortunate Jicaue-
-corner vtainuii' i v r . i'j
i mend a cheap, tafu, qulcu and direct route.
via St, I.oui, over tho Mitiouri l'aciflc
railroad, which runs its Quo daycoache
finctt and tafeH equipment of any line
wcet ol tho Jliiissippi,andit connection
with road fnrtber west are prompt and
reliable. The Texas connection of this
road 1 now completed, and pattengcr are
oifured a Grit clan all-rail routo from St.
Loul to Texas, either over tho Mii.ouri,
Kansas & Texas railroad, via Sal all a, or
over tho Atlantic it l'aciflc railroad, via
Vinilia. For map, time tables, Informa
tion a to rate, route, et., norofer our
readers toS. II. Thompson, Kastcrn I'ate
engcr agent, Columbus, Ohio, or E. A.
Ford, general passongcr agent, at. l.ouu,
MIourl. QueUions will le cheerfully
arid promptly answered. w
KM10UATION Tl'HN INO.
AlUntc & ,,HC,flc nMro Cotn.
P;my offers 1.200.000 rrui of land in
Central and South-west MUsourl, at from
3to?12por aero, on seven years time,
wilh frHe transportation from St. J.oui to
all purcha.er. Climato, soil, timber, mip.
nral wealth, schools, churches and law.
abiding society liu' i emigrants from all
l'iu iu mi inuu ui inm; nun uunvir.
For por'l'ul.rs address, A. Tuck, land
cnmmis'inti' , St. I. 'uis MIouri. -'a
IIA.1KB
THE CITY NATIONAL
r t i it , 1 1. 1. 1 .' o i h
UAI'ITAL,
ClOfl.ilGO
W, f. HAl.LIIlAV, HrMMpnl;
IJK.NKT L. 1IAI.L1DAV, Vic.l'r. .Ucai
i. II.MAKFOItn, Cashiiir;
WALTHU llTSLOl', mi4ttaOMer
DlKICtOHl'
HtttTl TillOB, llOlllKT II. Ol MOKOeili,
iit i. luuiftv, vv. r. lUitu ,
U0li. WlLLIAMtUR, Hunirs UlKt.
A. H. HArroun.
UaeliaiiKe, Ootu and f'nlt.xl Hul
HuniU KitllKllt null Mold.
DitPOHITti rpcelfeii, nJ general but kin
tmiinAH aoni.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
or (iaiuii,
H. W. Miixkh, lr-cldent.
J. M. I'm 1 1. ITS, Vlco-l'relilent.
CriAH. CUNMNOIUM, Cashier.
ODIil.KOTIONB PliOMPTLV MADK.
rXOIlANilK, coin, bank oaten and United
yj HUHm KeourltlK iKiushl and koIiI.
intnrnat Allowed nil lltiio lf iiiihH".
HIMUKK.
WHITE UOhLAKPJiAKlNG MLli
' N WAI.TKUS, Vroprlelor,
DliLIU ta
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AMI)
LATH, BHINOLHS, OKDAK POSTfc'
1)00118, 8A8H, ULIND8
OBDKKB HOLIOITKD.
Stramboat Lumbko,
KurnliheJ on sbotleet notioe.
(jommorclal Bvonuo, botwoen Tenth and
, Eleventh itroets
OA-IKO: lilliXXTOIS.
TdT
15. V. 5LKE,
(Sueeeiisor to II. T. (lerotild,)
STEAM AND (JAS FiTTING
And Dealer in
Oak a.vp Stkam I'ii'E Kittino.
sil.MIti: AMD AM1I.K V.il.VllH,
I.KAI) l'll'i: AND l'UMl'S.
UIIANDILIKltS,
FUNDANTS,
HHACKKTS,
GLOHKS, KTC.
tjTDrlvc welU put down in any part of
tlie city or aurrouiidlng countrv.
182 COMMKltCI AIj AVEKUK,
HltONS II LOCK.
con.niNNio.v m ekciia.ts.
HALLIDAY BROTnElli
GENPjUAL agents
FORWARDING a i COMMISSION
RKHI1IIAN Ta,
DEALERS IN PI OUR;
And Areata ol
OUIO HIYSB AND KANAWHA
HS
BALI COMPA1TIE3.
70 Ohio Lkvkb,
Cairo Ii.i.iwoih.
LOOK TO YOUR CHILDREN
THE O-IiEJLT
Soothing Remedy!
UlUITOnMBie 1 CnrM Colic and Orlplni; In
8YRUP. I"" Ptoc" 01 Teething.
FulJa.i Conniliton and orr- FJRI CIS
com. ll diieuca Incident to Y SsaiO
'of.Dti and Children. J CENTO
WHIT COMB'S f
rell.rM pain, w.tkneaf orx I . , .
bauillonln 15 orSOmlnulti, gli- f fJini
leg ton.andiow.rtotbi;at.m. J o 3D ITT S
It la Ik Infants' and Children' (Ireat Sooltilng
It.ra.dj, In all dlaordsra brought on by U.lhlug gr
an; olbar casts.
II. partlcnlar In calling for MRS. VrnrrCOMB'B
EYIICI', and tak no oth.r.
Prepared by tbe flRAFTOI MEDICINE CO., Ft.
fault. Mo, Cold t j DruggliU and IXalara la
M.dlclw Trwhcr.
q, BUY MC AND ILLMY0U.QQQ1V
nmsiwiwri ant
PILLS.
Hj cluntlne the blood and aronalng the llr.r and
tecrellta orcan to a beallliy action, Ilr. Henry'
Hoot and l'lant Pill cure many complalnta which It
would not be stippoied ther could reach, audi a
Headache, 1'nin In tho Hide, Numb,
tea of tbe Ilnnrlaiuid Feet. Diilliiea.
Chillueia, Klicninntlani. NeiirnlKln,
I.oaa of Appetite, Illllon ityHPiitery.
' Affertiona, Ctinatljiatltiii, le-
P.ff.r. tiff nil if Infill, hv.npl -
vln, jntiiiUtce, and other kindred complaint
arl.lng from a low ttate of the bod, or obttructlu
of It function.
IlelnK free from Mercurj and other polton they
ran bo taken at all tluiut and under alt clrcunittan.
cat, without ri'-ard to diet, butlneta or pleature,
Iher allniul.ito the weakened and dltlempered
parti Into healthy action, glrlnit them atrength to
ditburden theaitelrea and throw off the obttructlona
vhlch ar the first cams of dlieate, without
proitnclDK cither unmet or rrlplnt;.
All heafy and drowty aeniatlont, which ar tht
forerunnera of direful dlsoate tucli at Apoillexy,
1'ariilytleNt roll en, io.ar effectually ward.i
off by a few doie of thei aearcblnn I'llli ,
full dirKtloot around fieli tot. la baUa, Qcruui, Frutk
.n1Hnlili. PrfettSCrnuaUs,
I'rrp.rcJ br tht Or.fton Urtltlnf C, St. Leuli. v..
Iwli by l)rusuu u4 iiMitrilo !iUcU.Tirjvb.raf
JHLPARKERGUHf
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR.
, PARKER BRtfSl
. ,wes.tmeriden4ctA t
1873 AUTUMN 1873,
STUART & GHOLSON
Arc now showing one of tho most attractive stock of Xew
Kali Dry Goods over shown in this city, which thoy oiler at
BOTTOM PHICKS FOR CASH ONLY
DBESS O-OOIDS A. SPECIALTY
Our neWddress goods coinm-iso all tho elegant new fabrics
and novel shading which are now so much in favor.
We arc warranted in saying that nowhere in the city will
be a better selection, and our prices will be as hcrctore the very
lowest in this city. 9-29-LV.
nwifiiniiMiiiifflii
AT
Beer wart, Orth & Oo.'s,
NO. 136 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
To Parties Having Either
CURRENCY,
CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS,
or CITY SCRIP.
Owing to the existing financial panic, aud the lightness of the
present currency market, we will sell our stock of
mli TiYiniH1 mil i im . in in1 a
Ifl
111
19
imiMJil- 1L1II IIIL-IIULIJIIM IMIIIJ.IYI
At greatly reduced prices. City scrip taken at marked value.
Call and examine prices and see for yourselves that
WE MEAN BUSINESS.
"We have now in stock the celebrated
COOKING STOYES :
FAME,
CHARTER OAK,
WELCOME,
FAMOUS,
AND OTHERS.
DISINFECTANTS :
COPPERAS
Ii R 0
C A R B 0 L A T E OF L
P E R M AiVGA
CARBOLIC ACID
CHLORIDE OF LIME
POWDEREIJ C II A R COA.L .
FOB S-A-IiB LOW KIClUS
AT
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
DBUGGISTS,
UOltNIill WASHINGTON AVrXUK AND KIGUTH STltKKT,
ANU
JSTO. 74: OHIO
$30,000
WORTH OF GOODS
AT COST.
The undersigned will
mainder of his Large Stock of
AT ACTUAL COST.
As I m dotormlncit lo clono out my proton biislnnss its s,i;9"ll!-,rI).,f1l.
N. H. TO A VOl II ALL MLSTAKBS UHHKAFTKH, TUIb b'lOCK
WILL BK SOLI) STIUOTLY FOtt OA.
IR,. h. ouisrisriisr(3-HC-A.i
I III! II 1111,11'
ii
f.Ul!
n
HEATING STOYES:
THE LARGEST STOCK
A Jill
Xlont Virloty
IN THE CITY.
M 0 C H L O It A L U M
I M E ,
N A T E O V V O T AS H,
POWDER
continue selling the re
m
I) n
132
Wholesale jvtid Retail Dealor in
Foreign and Lomestic Dry Goc
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpots, Mayings, Oil Clotha
Ujiliolslcry Goods, Wiiu nv SluideSjDuinusk, Cornis
WMipa lio imlillc Id bn Inforinoil t it lie ln on lianil a ptock ol rooiH m cstcnl
any In the Soittlit-iikt, mnl that lie Ik aft t nnlne.' to cll oerv nrtlclo at prlcci lower Ilia
lowoot. Call un lilm mid examine (,'oyi ami p. Icen. Ho Will eatl.ly you bo'li to ni
and cot.
OTICE.
HAREY
II HKOI'KXKl) 1113
nun
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 pro-pared to accommodate the
travelling public. He has fitted up 8 new
rooms over the book store, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families.
S-Givo him a call at any hour, day or night.s8
3iiscki.i..toi:n.
M1LLEH & l'AHKKll,
GENERAL COMMISSION
aau
FOHWAHLlINQ MKUOUAHTtJ,
DEAL11H3 IN FLOUll, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AG K NTS ron KAIliHANK'S SOA LES
Ohio Mvop. CAIItO. 1I.MNOIS.
11. A. Tlioms I,. I). 'I'lioni!
T110.MS & BKOTIIKIl,
.Siicceior to II. M.llukn,
COMMISSION MEllCHANlS,Bltr )
A.I DKAI.KIIM IN
Muplo unit l'lim-y (IrurprlrN,
Foreign and Domestic
l!!t Commercial Aveuuo,
UAlltU, - - ILLINOIS.
J5. 0. PACK & CO.,
i" :i w v it is i ii
A N I)
COMMISSION MERCHANTS'
DKALKIU IN
II A V,
COIIN.
OATS,
Ml- h,
FLOUll AN' I) CUUNTUY PKODUOl!
OA IHO, ILLINOIS.
.'Miitl
0. Ol.OSK,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
LlMK, UXHKNT, l'LAHTKIl, IIAIK, KfC.
Nil 0!l(l 1.-V'1,
J3T1 will foil 111 car load lots at manulac
tururH' inli'oit, milling IViilk'ht. l-ti-tt
JOHN H. P11LLIB& HON,
(Uuoocaaor to John H. I'hlllla,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
ami
FOKWAHDING MEHOHANTfl
AND
DEALERS IN HAY, COltN, OATS,
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
AGENTS KOIl LA KLIN AND HAND
l'OW UK It OOMl'ANV.
Ooh. Tenth Stukkt and Onto Levek
I'AIHfl. 31.1 K.
i;sr.viii.isai-.i isaa.
J. O. MATIIEWSON,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Auent for
IIaj.hd and Doi'ont I'owukh Co.,
AUGUSTA. GA.
7-D-3UI
It
WALKER,
il
F. M. ST0CKFLKTII,
Iniimrter.
Itcetlllcr snd "Wholesale IK-i
I')IU.I(1N AMI HOMI'.S IO
LIQUORS AND WIN.
NO. 02 01UO LEVKK,
9-5 tf CAIItO, ILLINC
It. J. CUND1FP,
G K N I-: UAL P J O D U C t
A .V il
COMMISSION MERCIIA
No. 17 EianTii St.,
OA I HO, ILLINOIS.
Cl wvtfV IT v iMfTcnv f. nn
(Successors lo D. llurd & Son.)
'OKw.aaiDXJsra-
AND
Commission Merchants,
ri.(l!It,JltiI. AMI HAT.
No C3 Ohio Lovoo, OAIllO, ILLI
NEW YORK STOitE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
LAIiOEiT YA.RIBTY 8TO0K IK TH8 C
GOODS SOLU VEHY CLOSE.
t'liriiiir of Mneffntli Htrontuad C
fiitiriiliil Asrruut,
OAIUO, ILLINOIS.
(1. O. l'ATlK
WOOD HITTKNnOUSq & B
FLOUR
n.iiwtrfil i 'rtinmKjinn .Mornhi&l
11 OUIO TiKV KB
MISSOURI STATE LOTTER
LkQALIZSII 11T STATS AtJTUOWTT J
Uuawn in 1'oiiLio in St. Loom.
Gruud Sinlo Number Scheme.
50.000 NUMBERS.
Cliss I rout Drawn Soptomber 30, 1
6,b80 I'rieo. Amounting to fsou.ooi
1 i-riiouf tin.ono
600 Trite of.,
I " of 13,M
1 " of lo.ww
l, " Of . J.600
4 11 of , J,ui
4 " 01 t.tlJO
SU Of l.UM
SO " Of 600
40 " of 2A0
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of -
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Tlckuts, J3: O'"
Tickoti. S3 60.
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al the Ura namod. aril a
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mirom.ri.wi mutM.
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yry month during lh jfoar 17S.
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