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JOHN H. OBERLY, EDITOR;
CAIRO. ILLINOIS. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 16. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
OUR CHURCHES.
ICHH1.STIAN CUUKCll-KlKbtceDtb ttreet
between Washington and walnut.
Meeting every buuday at luj a. m., and 8
p. IT.
Sunn ay icbool at 8 p. m.
Waver intrtliur Wednesday evening.
leHK8BYTKRIAN-lhb Hiwet.
.'reaching, hauuau. at 10, a.m. ana it p.m
Prayer bsmU;, Wednesday at 71 p. in.
JabuaUi Scbool, 3 p.m. J. M. Lanaden, HU
Duriulebdenl. KV. II. THAYBB, Faator
UKTHOU13T.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Hta.
f reaching, Bauuain at tut a.m., ' V'
I'rayermeetlixKi Wednesday, 74 p.m.
Sabbath School, 8. p.m. 1 W. btlUwell,
Huperlntendent. HV. t. L. Thohj-soh,
l'aitur.
UUHUU UF THE UKDKKMiat-(EploO-
(-.)
Morning prayera. Sabbath 1(4 a.m.
ICveniug prayera, 71 p.m.
Sabbath bcbool, V a.m.
Ubv. K. Coax, lUctor.
IT. I'ATIUCK'8 CilUUCU Ninth Ht. and
Wanhlngton Avenue.
i'ubllc aervlce, Babbatb. 8:10 and llH a.m.
Ve-pers, 7 P.m.
Sabbath Hchool. 2 p.m.
Service every uay, b a.m.
KltV. 1'. J. O'lUlXORAX, 1'rlast.
lT.JOSKI'H'8 CHUKCU. (German,) cor-
tier of Walnut ana itoss streets.
Maw, every Habbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Vespers, 2 p. m.
Mati during week dari, 8 o'clock a. m.
Ubv. O. llorrMAN, I'rlest.
IKUMAN LUTHI.KAN CHURCH-IS th
I street between Washington Avenue and
tt alnut street.
Freachlnj- Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
I Sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. m
ItBV. C. DUEHeCHNEK. 1'aStor.
IOIINO ilKM'H CHRISTIAN ABHoCIA
TION. Regular meeting second Monday
Ieacu monui at uieir room ovar nocaweu
A Co's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly l'rayer meeting, Tlday, 71 p.m. at
s room. ...
L. W. Stillweu, l'rosmeni.
!ONI) MlSaiONAllY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Syeamore and Forty
first itreeU. l'reacblng Habbath at 11
o'clock a. m. ana it o'clock p. ra.
Isunday Bcbool 1 o'clock p. n.
line cnurcn la connecicu wiui mc iujuuib
lAiUoclatlon. by the FLrt Miaalonary Hap-
tlst Church ot Cairo.
KEY. DOLOMOn i.EUNAKU, VUWT.
rutUAM METHODIST. FourUanth. be
kween Walnut and Cedar.
SarvUes, Habbath, 11 a.m.
clan meeti at a p.m.
IJCOND FREE WILL UAI'TIST Flf
leenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Service! Sabbath, 11 and 3 p. m.
ibv. a. kicks, raster.
I IKK WILL BAITIST HOME MISSION
4 AI1H ATI I HCHOOL. Corner Walnut
nd Cedar Streets.
a . i v - u a.unAi a m m
IHST KHEE WILL UA1TIST CI1UHCII
ijurrr'a Uarracka
Mtncti, saDuaui 11 a.m., b p.m. a n p. m.
tta,v. n m. n-XLLMT, raator.
IliKT MIHSIUNAUY IIAITIST CUUUC11.
Ijedar, between Ninth and Tenth 8U.
I 'reaching Sabbath, 101 ni- nd 71 p.m.
'rayor meeting. Yi edneaday evening,
'reaching, Friday evening. '
fabbath bcnooi, it p.m. Jonn vanuaxter
ad Mary Stephana. Superintendent.
niv. i. ii.nHUHii, i-anor.
:OND BA1TI8T CHURCH Fourteenth
Btreet. between Cedar and Walnut. The
linly ll.pll.l church recognized by the A-
aociauon.
Banrlcea, Sabbath, 11 a.m: 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
itrv. jacob pmuut, uaer.
SECRET ORDERS.
THE MASONS.
mumimntv Nn. 11 Rt.Lril
th. l.tlnm Huonlr. 11.11. tint
Indthlrd Mondaya In each month.
atlon at Maeonic llaU, the accond Friday
l iL
ri eftcn luunui. n
iiii mi iiKi'l'P Vn Tt ItAtnil&r Con.
octlon At Muonle II all, on lh third
ietly ot everr month.
PCODU AUU lUUTUl AUDUITI Ul VffWU wvuwi
t(il s-iiif virf rriwu
. l a .1 S - - U . . . t .
I a lib uwi'" w
EXA'UEIl LODGE, ZM MeeU In Odd
ellowa' HaU, In Arur'a building, every
nuraaay evening ai o o auc.
STATE OFFICERS.
In..rnnr Inhn I.. Ueveiidira.
Ileutenant-Governor
htreury or HUte ueorge u. iiariorr.
luditor of Bute C. E. Llpplncott.
Lata Treaaurer caier uuu.
Ittorney Oenerat Jamea K. Edaall.
CONOKESSMEM.
knatora Itlchard J. Ogleaby and John A.
In. .
ipreaenUtlve Eighteenth uutnet iacc,
lean.
vuniruo ntrvt'ii.T A aairwilT V
.......i.llou In th Vtth .llatHrt
B iH. Oberly, Win. A. Lemma and Math.
li. inacore. ,
hnator for in ouu aiBinci. jease are.
cuunt i urriuajto.
WHPT1IT nntTBT.
Ldge D. J. Baker, or Alexander,
r.ii'. Attornev Patrick II. l'oue.
lerk U. S. Yocum.
perl IT A. li. lmn.
fm. Martin Aam mo r and Trtaaurer,
It , COUnTT COUBT.
dgtW. Bro.
B . . a mm . . I . . .J 1 L. J I
oclat J. a.w uuu a. nuciui-
rk Jacob O. Lvnch.
brener John U. QoMmaji.
MUNICU'AL QOVKHNMKNT.
L,or-John Wood.
CBaVJiurcr a vuiiuiiucumiii
mntroller-K. H. Fallli.
lerk Michael Ilowley.
Itorney 11. wawon weuu.
Slice Magtutratee F. Broai and J. J.
tialandChiefof Police Wm.MoIIale.
Feet ComtuliBloner U. J. Qalligan.
ralta umcer v. tvooien.
limbers 1'ollce Force A. Cain aargent,
fbltcamp, rnuup ueitu, cuan. uennei
t'. A. conam.
BOARD OF ALDKIUCBJV.
t ward -Hiram Bliby and J. iL
l'P- .
rona waro ueriuan jnoj er. suu ttuuu
nhouae.
Ilrd ward John MoKwen and F. Kora.
br.
furth ward-C F. NeUli and M. J.
Ia'er. .
tbwara ino, u. moduuod anu nm.
lorrla.
josrr louis.
.QtlVt IV
VE STREET HOTEL
IfECOXD AND OLIVE BTHEET9,
IT, 10D1I,
IVLY FITTED AND RKrUItNISIIEI)
hroufrhoui! siock icii-Kraim 111 111c iimisr,
I I..;fanr. llihtMl at n alii Iit ealcliun llarti'i
II moilf rn Iroprovtment J. tonducteil on I ha
lean and Kuronfan plan. Kuro-an ) an,
II pr day; meals Wo each. Aia rlcaa
f "(filB, lliATCnKtt CO., TroprWur.
THE BULLETIN.
UKTOND THE MISSISSIPPI I
Thousand havo a1r4dy gone, and
thouiandt more are turning their eyea to
ward! new boiuei in In the fertile Weit.
To those going to Miiiourl, Kansas, Ne
braska, Colorado, Utah, "Wyoming, Ne
vada. Oregon or California, we recotn
mend a choap, safe, qulce und direct route,
via St. Louit, over the Missouri Pacific
railroad, which runs Its tine day coaches
and Pullman Sleepers from St. Louis to
principle points In the West, without
change. We believe that the Missouri
PacIUc railroad has the best track and the
finest and safost equipment of any line
west of the MiiHlssippi,and its connections
with roads further west are prompt and
reliable. The Teiaa connection of this
road is now completed, and passer gers are
offered a flrtt class all-rail route from Ht.
Louis to Teias, either over th Missouri,
Kansas & Texas railroad, via Selatla, or
over the Atlantic A Pacific railroad, via
Vinitla. For maps, lime tables, Informa
tion as to rates, routes, at., we refer our
readers to S. II. Thompion, Eastern Pus
enger agent, Columbus, Ohio, or K. A.
Ford, general paitenger agent, St. I.ouli,
Missouri. Qutitions will bo cheerfully
and promptly answered.
KMIOHATION TUNNING.
CHBA1- FARMS IN BOl'TII-WEST MlflBOURI.
The Atlantic A Pacific lUUroad Com
pony offers 1 ,'200,000 acres of land in
Central and South-west Missouri, at from
f3 to $12 per acre, on seven years time,
with free transportation from St. Louis to
all purchaters. Climate, soil, timber, min
eral wealth, schools, churches and law.
abiding society invite emigrants from all
point to this land of fruits and flowers.
For particulars address, A. Tuck, land
commissioner, St. Louis Missouri. 2a
IMfSfJBAHCV.
INSURANCE!
EMTABLIMHKn IftJI.
S AFFORD, MORRIS k CANDKK,
. Ucneral
INSURANCE AGENTS
73 Ohio Le,
(ITT HA110NAL HANK lIVlLIit.VU
OA 1 110, ILLS.
The oldetehtabllibcd Agency in Southern
Illinois, representing over
$65,000,000 00 !
of the bet Insurance Capital ot thu
uimcu oiaies.
EIRE AND MARINE
LOMB ADJUNTllBH.
Xv) OTIBIES PUBLIC
AHl)
(J. S, COMMISSIONERS.
Particular attention given to taking dep
omtloiis, to be read iu evidence iu all the
coiirto tu the country.
j7Euilgruiit Tickets furs tie to and from
all parts ol Europe.
FIRE AND MARINE
USTSTTIR, 1TCE
CHIKPAltlKai.
ST 1 AO A SLA, B. X.,
i..u...... ii,tie,si
OBMMAM1A, St. r.,
A..M. ... ....i,wn,;si it
UAKOVMK, M. T.,
a..u..... rue ss o
BKl'UJILIC, B. Tn
Al.H ...TH,6 U
OompnslaK heUndrwrllr.'AaDoj,
xoMXBBa, a.
As ttti . t.tn Mst(87S 4M
AtBAKT OITT,
A...U ....... US, Its
IBIM BM'a IUHD, B. Fn
AaaU.. . ........
BOUBITT, V. T. MABJ KB,
t.Mt...... .. ...l.tM.SAS
Blor... DwalllBgf, Faraltura, Hulls and Car
cert, Intarad at ratea aa ravnrabt as tound, per
maoent SMurltv will warrant.
1 ranpMtfully aak of the oltlaeosot Oa.
shareof Ih.ir patronage.
CI. N.HmHKN.
TEUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
OK CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
CBMT'L.OrricB, 17 WabrivotohSt.
AOTIVA, 650.000.
This German Life Insurance Company
guarantees not only Paid-up Policies but
also a Value In Cash on the Non-forfeiture
plan
JOHN A. HUOK, . . . President
0. KNOBBLSDORP, . - Hocretary
JOILN W. PHUESS,
Agent for Cair0 and vicinity.
bisma"rkbund.
SECTION NO. 7.
Asaociatlon for promoting Life Insurance
and Kick Uellef by weekly dues and mutual
co-operauon in oujecu oi puouc oenent.
Tho Mle Insurance Policies will be Issued
by the Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MEYERS, President.
JOHN W. PRUES3, Ao't.
for Cairo m4 VlelsiItT
IT IS
USTOT
TI1AT f
DR. HULTZ
IS DEAD.
hi: in htili, mvinu and in cairo
Ills office and dispensary at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STREET,
Hot. Commercial ami Washington avenues
It Is true, the uoctar la ono of the oldest
physicians of tho place, and his diploma,
that bangs iu his offlce, shows that ho has
been 3i years In tho profession, lie Is doing
a larger office practice than any other phv
slclau, treating nil kinds or chronic disease
of the human system, such as old ulcers, and
all dlseaiicti of tne skin, humors and blood
poltons; also disease of the throat; alto
ull diseases ol the eyes of years standing;
also artificial eyes- Inserted; fistula cured
without tho iuo of a nulla; caucers cured
by the application of medicines; plmnlcs on
the face removed; all urinary diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal and private
diseases cured In the shortest lira ; semlal
weakness' and self-abuse cured in a short
tl'u Is seli-cvldent that a physician treating
cases for twenty-two years acquires great
All consultations confidential, in person
or by lettea.
All tnadiclnei furnished at offlce In all
cases. (9-28 tf. Dr. Uavid Hum.
SJOMBIIfMielV HBBOTAimi.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and commission
m u it V II A ft TN.
DEALERS IN FIOUR;
OUIO BtVBk AMD XASJAWHA
8AL1 COIwIFjbvITIBIQ.
70 Ohio Lrvm,
Caibo. Iixiaoia.
The SHORTEST ROUTE toFORTUNK.
$100,000 for onlyS 2.50.
THE l.AItrKST RETURN FOR
TLIK SMAI.bKST INVESTMENT.
A GRA1TD
w mm
WILL, HE HELD AT
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,
laooemiaar Qlatt, 1B7B,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF A
JUVENILE REFORM SCHOOL.
40,000 Gifts,
3 -sb s o,o o o
IN PKIZK3.
Principal Prize $100,000,
conslitlni; of the superb palatial residence
Mnrin Abeles, q.,uniiirpaBcil as a private
dwelling In the United States, being only a
few block trom the Court House, surround
ed by magnificent grounds, orchards, gar.
densand vineyards. Thebnlldlm;shasbecn
only recently completed with all the mod
ern Improvements.
PRIZE LIST.
13 Prized, Real Estate, 8159,125
1 Cash Prize, 20,000
2 " " 810,000 Uti -0,000
4 " " 5,000 25 000
4 " " 2,500 " 20,000
20 " " 1,000 " 20,000
50 " " 500 " 20,000
100 " " 200 " ,000
200 " " 100 " 10,000
300 " " 50 " 15,000
C98 " " 20 11 13,000
1000 " " 10 10,000
1158 " " 5 " 5,790
30,450 " 2.50 91,125
40,000 Prize
8450,000
The title to the above real estate Is guar
anteed perfect.
The liberal terms of this scheme brings It
within the reach ol all the greatest oppor
tunity ever onereii lor me poor man to riso
to wealth.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Single Tickets, 82.50; Eleven Tickets,
$26 00; Fifty-six Tickets, 125.00; On
Hundred and Kifteon LlckeU, 8250.00.
The drawing will be made undre the su
perintendence of a committee appointed by
the highest officials In th State, duly iwrn
to the faithful performance of the duties as
slgend them.
The highest officials beth of City, County
and State have not only endorsed Mr.
Abeles, but also hi scheme.
The demand for tickets Is unparalleled,
and alt desiring to participate In the draw
ing should at once form their clubs and send
In their orders.
AGENTS WANTED in all States, Cities,
and Towns In (he United States and Cana
da. C3"Moncy should he sent by Registered
Letter, 1. O. Order or express, with the full
address of the purchaser In plain writlna:,
Every package of 11 tickets has a chance
to win 11 prizes, but positively certain to
win one, while one person out of every ten
who purchase a package of HI bound to
win two prizes.
For further Information and particulars
send for circular to the Manager and Fro
prleter, and address
SIMON ABELKB,
Leavenworth, Kansas.
ITUIIMn
oairo'Indpad
All, BOAT.
The splsadld. aSaasaer
Did .Fw wvPapti n
Leaves Calw DAJLY.'(8undayeid) at
ip.m Forfrtlght or passage apply on boat
or to Jab, Mallort, Ac's.
t
" immigrant tickets.
FOR 8AT,, rot Hal. FOR BALft
WOU 4ALX. jSrorSaiSlrOR BALI
Fare from Litbbtool,
Fare from Lovookoibbt
Far from Qlasoow,
Far from Quibvitowx
rU CAIRO, J!!!!!! 4 6 V
Haflord. MortT Caaosa Aftat.
132 132
O. H AsT3XTY,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpt, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Upholstery Goods, Window Shades, Diimasli, Cornishes
Wishes '.he public to be Informed that he has on hand a stock ol goods n extensive at
any in the Southeast, and that he Is determined to sell every nrtlcle nt prices lower than the
lowest. Call on him and examine goods and prices. He will satlsly you boih to qudity
and cost. 1
nrwlniiiiiKwii
Beerwart, Orth & Co.'s,
NO. 136 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
To Parties Having Either
CURRENCY,
CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS,
or CITY SCRIP.
Owing to tho existing financial panic, and the tightness of the
present currency market, we will sell our stock of
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 STOVES:
FAME,
CHARTER, OAK,
WELCOME,
FAMOUS,
AND OTHERS.
DISINFECTANTS
COPPERAS
CARBOLATE OF LIME,
PERMANGANATE OF POTASH,
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
POWDERED CHARCOAL.
FOE SA1E -A.T LOW PRICE8
AT
BARCLAY BEOTHERS,
DRUGGISTS,
CORNER WASHINGTON AVENUE AND EIGHTH STREET,
. AND
NO. 74 OHIO HilkVIE S
NOTICE
HAS REOPENED II IS
mm ww
Will keep open day and night, ready to servo meals
at all hours', and has a private ontranco for
ladies and gontlomen, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accomrnodato tho
travelling public. He has fitted' up 8 new
rooms over tho book store, and is ready to keep
' . 1
Twenty-Five or
GiYehim i, ca at ,any
1IEATISG STOVES:
THE LARGEST STOCK
A.M
Boast Varioty
IN THE CITY.
BROMO C II L O 11 A L U 2.1
. i i
lignum
s
Thirty Faniiliet.
hour, day or night..
HOOK llINDfNO.
VATHONIZH
HOME TIIDB
BULLETIN BINDERY,
"orner TwolfUi stroet and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Late of St. Louis,)
PltOPHIETOU
ROOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
ltt.ANK UOOKS of every ilcscrlptlon done
with neatnoss and dispatch. All kinds of
rullnjj done at short notice, lllhlcs, Music.
Mwztncs and l'crlotllcnls bound neat ami
at the lowest iosII1e rutcs.
ounty work, such as Itccords, Dockets
Fo Hooks, lllnnks, etc., made a lcclality
loxcs, Pockot ilooks, Knve lopes, etc
ulc to order 11-24
l.ttMBKH.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H MJkt.Tr.UH, Proprietor,
saiLsaia
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
AND
LATH, 8UINOLRS, OEDAK POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
ohdkhs solicited.
Stkamboat Lumbrb,
Karolshed on sbortent notio.
Commercial avonuo, between Tenth aad
Ktoronth streets
CAIRO: XiIIiXSTOIS.
MTTTj CHrXUELaVX1
Household Remedy!
m
IiIbib
As n InvlKormtor, Liver Corrector
r.ixl III ood Bcnovator Is superior to all Hit
111 tt 'i-, r.llxlns. Cordials nnd Baran
imrillna In n'. It Is so adapted to th whol
jyitcra Hint crtr oresn and function in th tody Is
trunslit ondrr III exhllmtlng Inflame. It (iru
tnnc nnd atrcneth So f tie disrcatlve ap.
p.-irnlnn, dlapcla lonruorand debility,
invigorates tho Liver, reg-nlntsia tbe
Kidneys nnd Dotrcla, remotss tb tBfct ot
Irani or onrlaiatlon ofanj kind and (vi vl
trillty nnd rlrlineaa to the blood.
Ill cnrstlt i-oweri alter andcomplataljr reorgan
ize tli entice man of Suldi and sren th loliJi of
the husan r'itci, thereby preientlng and earin(
Ijrrptlo nnd Conaumptlve Hynip
ttmit. Fever and Ague, Bilious Dlseasv
ei, Fevers of all kinds, Xervous Dcbll.
It-, Affections of tbe. Htninnch and
Iliiwcla, etc. Asa mild an J delightful Inrlgo
rant for delicate femalei, tt haa no mperlor.
II jr Hi nee new life and vigor li glin to both tMj
and mind, lending a glow of tI te.II ty through eterj
part, which It permanent and lastlnc.
It le the moit eft .dual remedy for the relief ot
humnn luffering eter dltcorered, and as pleasant to
the tasle ae old tj or fin win.
x WE CHALLENGE x
X fij X THE X 8 X
X WORLD X
To produce a more delicious medicine to lake, jets
Volent for the pretention and our of diieaee as
:. EZ.TZ7'2 VTCSLS'a T:UI3 AOT EL0 IZIUWL,
l'rlre 91, or O Bottles for $5.
I'repared bj the Qrafton Medicine Co.,ET, LOUTS,
Mo, Mold Ij IruggUti id dealer In madida
"erjrwhere.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lioalikid ht 8tatk Autiioiiitt ahd
Drawn in VnBi.io in St. Louii.
Qraud Single Number Soheme.
50,000 NDMUEaa.
Cuss I io'.bi Drawn Soptemlier 30, 1873
6,860 rriaos, Amounting to f 300,000.
1 Prist of. f.vyioo I M) I'rliee of..
I 100
. 1,000
, 600
. S'O
. 'ISO
. 20
, 160
, 1(0
, 10
of 13.4.VJ
of,
Of. 10,000
S
R
SI
.VI
180
60O
ol
of
of
of.
of .
of
of
of..
7.600
of
ol
or
of
Of M
6,0110
9,810
1,000
600
!I40
Tickets flO: Half Tlokots, 8: Quartor
Tlckots, 3 60.
Our lotteries are chartered Ij the Btate. are
alwajra drawn at the lime nimed, and all draw.
lag are under the euperTinon of sworn com.
nirHijotiers.
Tb orflolal drawing will be oubllihed In the
Pt. Loula paper and a oojij of drawing lent to
purchaser! of ticket.
Wewlll draw aslmllar ichemeth last d7 ol
eyfrv month during th yr 1H73.
Kemltat our rink br poeioffice moner order,
tailetern il letter, draft or xinreis. Hend for cir
ou'ar. Addreei, MUKKAr, MILLER a CO.,
V. O, but HI. Luuii, Mo.
THLPARKERGUN:
SEND STAMP FOR CIRCULAR
PARKER BRtfSt
WEST MERIDENCTr
DR. G. E. DOUG Is AS,
DB1TTIST.
A constant supply ot pure Nitrous Oxide
Qas. for tbe palnfeHS extraction o( teetli, at
tbe uental Hooms of Dr. DoiikIas. suocessor
to l)r, A. M, Austin, Kltfbth street. 6-1 1 1
BiAWTBBM,
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offlce over First National bank. 8-lMa
WILLIAM J. AlJiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Offlce over First National bank. MMa
John II. Mulker. Wlltam C. Mulktf
MULKEY A SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
Offlce; Klirhth stroet, lietween Commsr
etal and Washington avenues.
ru tr.
i u
MINVKXiLAHKOVII.
MILLER A PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
in
iTOH WARDING MIX0HAHT8,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
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GRANDEST SGH EmTeVERKi5oWn"!
FOTJETH
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
ran tiik benefit or tub
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
12,000 CASH GIFTS $1,500,000.
KVEltY FIFTH TICKET DKAW8 A GIFT
$800,000 FOR ISO
The Fourth Grand Gift Concert author
Izcd bv' special net of the Legislature for the
tivnctlt ol the I'ubllc Library ol Kentucky,
will take pluco In the I'ubllc Library Hall
at Loulslllc, Ky.,
WEDNESDAY, DECEMIiEll 3, 187,
Only .Sixty llinunnnd tickets will be told
ami onc.liMlf of theyu are intended for th
European market, thus leaving only 30,000
for sale in the United States, where 100,000
wen- difioscd of (or tho Third Concert.
The tickets are divided Into ten coupona or
parts, and liuve on their back the Hcheme,
with a full explanation of the mod ol draw
At tins concert, which will bo the grand
est musical display over witnessed ia tats
country, the unprecedented sum ol
$1,000,000,
divided Into l'.'.OOO ouch gifts will be distrib
uted by lot amouK tbe ticket-holders. Ttia
number of the tickets to be drawn Iroui
ono wheel by blind children, and the gilts
Irom another.
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Cash Gilt
One Grand Cash Ulft
Olio Grand Cash Gift
Ono Grand Cash Gift
Ono Grand Cush Gift
10 Caxh Gifts 110,000 each .
tiO Cufh Glfta 6,000 each .,
60 t'ali dirt 1,000 each ..
80 Cash Gifts 600 each..
100 Cash Gifts 41X1 each .
160 Cuch Gilts :l00each..
SS0 Cash Gilts 'JOOeach..
32S Cash Gilts 100 each.,
1,000 Cash Gilts 60 each. ..
....f 1&0,0M
.... 100,01X1
.... 60,000
.... -a.m
.... 17,600
.... 100,000
... 160,000
.... flO.OOO
.... 40,000
.... 40,000
.... 4.000
.... 60,000
.... 82,500
... 650,000
Total, 12.000 Gilts, All Cash,
amounting to $l,!kX.000
The distribution will be positive whether
all tho tickets are sold or not, and the 1S.00O
gilts all paid In proportion to tho tickets sold
all unsold tlckctnlietng destroyed as at th
First acd Second Concerts and not repre
sented in thu drawing.
PlUl'E OF TICKETS.
Whole ticket., .W,00j Halves, 25,00;
Tenths, or each coupon 16.00; Elev.r
Whole Tickets lor 500.00; 2:1, Ticket I-r
1,000.00; 1 1.1 Whole Tickets lor 6,0004
1.7 Whole. Tickets for 110,000.00. No oia.
count on less than 600.00 worth ol Ticket
to a time.
The unparalleled success of the Third
Gilt Concert as well aa the satis
faction t-'tven by the First and
Second makes It only necessary toanoounea
the Fourth tn Insure the prompt aale or ev
ery ticket. Thu Fourth Gill Concarr wilt
be conducted in all Its detail like the Third,
and full pellicular mav be learned Iron
circulars which will be iat Ire from tbla
oillco to all who apply lor mem.
Tickets now ready for sal and alt ordra
accomiianlrd by the money promptly like).
Liberal terms given to those who buy to MU
again. Tli OS. E. BKAMLETT,
Afc-en rubllc Library Kentucky and Maaa-
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