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03TI033, 23TTXjIil3TI2r BTJXLXJXlTar, COB. lSTIX BTBEET -WABHIM-aTOIT Y-
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10. 1873.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY.
JOHN H. OBERLY, EDITOR.
OIJH UUUHUIIKH.
UlltldllAN IHjIIUM KiKlitutntli street
between Washington uutl Walnut.
Mit-.tlii nt:r fciindiiy at 101 u. in,, and 8
. rr.
?uiiiuy M'liom at. J I. ui.
I'riiyw iiiectliiK Wednesday unuiiIiik.
1 Hmii) Thill AH-f.iftfciti titruit.
1 u.tUiiiiKi eulibatl. ut M n .in. utiJIJ p.w
I'raycr luititl ?, clin.ray at 74 p. 11.
.iatiliaUi School, 3 p.tu. J.M. l.anmicn, ou
pcrlntondent. luv. 11. TiurKit, i'astor
MKrilOIHST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut Su
t'luacbliitr, .Sabbath at 10J a.m., and 7 p. m
1 1 ) or meeting, Wednesday, p.m.
r-abnath hihoul, i. p.m. L. W. htlllwell,
riipeilntciident. Hkv. F. L. Tiiomibon,
I'aetor.
Hl'llCll UK THK KKI)KKMKK-(K.bw).
.al.)
Murnlni; prayers, abbatb Kll n.m.
fcenlti ptayurf, "J p.m.
SatitiulU ecbuul, V a.m.
Hkv. F.. Coan. Hector.
it. PATRICK'S Cllt ItCll-Mi.th ist. and
Wa-nliiKtmi Avenue.
Pulille service, Sabbath 8:10 and a.n .
capers, 7 P.m.
sabbath School, 2 p.m.
hmicu eviry tiny, e a.m.
Hkv. l'..l. O'IIaU.ohaX, l'lte-t.
'1 , JO) Kl'ITs CUL'HCIl. (German, cor
ner ol Walnut ami Cro street'.
Maw, every Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
e-ptr, 'i p. m.
Mass during weeli days, H o'clock a. m.
HKV C. IIOKKMAN, I'rlest.
ikh.m an lci iikr.ynciicrcii luth
treet between Washington Avenue and
alimt street.
l'roacblmj Sunday morning at 10 o'clock,
sabbath School at 2 o'clock p. in.
Hkv. U. Iiukiukhi.neii, I'astor.
Ol NO MIIN'a ClIltlr)nA AflSociA
TION. Itegular uieetlm; nccoud Monday
Vlllt'tJ S lilt'
tacll luonlll at wieir ruuui uiti ,
.... t ..............1.1 DVuntin .
.v o dook niuie, v-uwiuti .. mi purena-ers 1, Hindi", roll, titnoer, mm
Weekly l'rayer uiieUng, ' Hday, .Jp.m.at rM Wehlh fcll0()1. cllllr,v,os and law.
iiie room. , , .
Is. W. Htillwki.i.. President.
-KIOND MISS1UNAHV IIAl'TIST
I UljHCH. Corner Syeamoro and Jrotty-
tlrt Htreoti-. l'reMblug Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and ."1 o'clock p. 111.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
Thu church it connected with the Illinois
Ar-oelatioti, by the l-'irt illwioiiary 1U)-
tin (. hurcb ol Cairo.
Hkv. Solumum Leonaiid, l'a-tor.
AKlllOA-S MKTHOIMST.-Kourteenth, bo
tweeti Walnut and Cedar.
Srvlcc, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
.-'UUj School, H p.m.
C U- mceli' at p.m. I
KCOSI KHKK Wll.i. HArrisr--Mi-
lecnth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services .--abbatli, 1 and :i p. m.
Hrv. N. HicKri, rtor.
tM.K WILL HAI'llsT HOilK .MISSION
.-AIIIIATU SCUOU1.. Corner W.ilmil
ml Cedar Mrei'to.
Sabbath School, 0 a.m.
rillST KHKK W ILL UAl'TIST CIlL'HCil
Currj1!' llarracks
Sen Icei", Sabbath 11 a.m., 3 p.m. A7Jp. m.
Hkv. Wm. Kkllkv, l'auor.
MUST MISSlU.SAUY HAl'TInT CillJUCTl.
- ,edar, between Ninth aud Truth Sl.
rrrachlnK Sabbath, JOJ a.m. and 7J p.m.
I'rayer moetluk'. W ednueday evening. I
I'reacblnit, Kriday evening. 1
r. 1 .... ' -1 , ... I..I... .. Iln ...... I
aud Mary Stepheni. SuperintPiidi'iils. .
in;v. 1 . j.niuiHKi, 1 mot,
SE OM) UAl'TIST CHUltCit-rourtecnth
ntrf ft, between Cedir and Walnut. The
only Ilaptift churib recognized by the A
ticlatlou. Snrvlri ., Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Hrv. Jacok JlHAiiLxr, Kldrr.
SKUKKT (JKUKKS.
THK MASONS.
CAIHO CO.MMANDKHV, No. 13.-Stated
Awembly at thu Asylum Mai-oulc Hall, nrr'
ml third Moudayp In each month.
CAIHO COUNCIL, No. .'!. Hegular Convo-
cation at Mafonlc Hall, the second Ktlda)
in each month.
CAIHO I HAl'TKK No. 71.-Hegular Con-
vication at Masonic Hall, on tho third
Tuesday ol evcrv month,
J.V1HO l.ODOK, No. K..t A. .M.-Hogil-
lar Communications at Masonic Hall, tho
Micond and fourth Monday of each mouth.
THK ODD-KKl.LOWS.
AI.KXANDKH l.ODOK, '.-Jl-Meetn in Odd-
Follow 1.' Hall, In Arter' building, every
Thurday evening at b o'clock.
3TATh"0FFICUU3.
(iovenior .Tobn 1.. Ili vcrldgo.
l.leutenant-Oovernor
Mertar) of State Ocorge II. Hallow.
Auditor of State C. K. I.lpplucott.
State Troai-urer Capur Ida.
Attorney Uer.crol .lainen K. Kdiall.
Supt. l'ubllc Initructlon-Ncwion Itatcmau
CONGHKSSMKN.
Senator Hlchurd J. Oglenby aud John A.
''itejufescnUtlve Kightccnth District Iacc
;iemeuU.
MKMHKHS OKNKHAL ASSKMI1I.V.
HciireentatleH In tho Will dUt'lct..
)ohn II. Oberly, Wm. A. l.emiuu and .Math
sw .1. liipcoro.
Finator lor tho Mail district. .leeso Ware.
COUNTY OKKICKHS.
CIKCU1T COUllT.
Judgo D. J. Haker, of Alexander.
Stale'i, Attorney l'utrick 11. l'ope.
Clurk-ll. S. Yociiiii.
Shoriir-A. H. irvln.
TV'm. Martin AsmsHor and Treasurer.
COUNTY COUKT.
Judge- K. Ilross.
Asfoclale J. K. McCrltu and S. .M archil
ion. Clerk Jacob G. Lynch.
Coroner John 11. Gotatnan.
mijnicii'alTJovkhnmknt.
Mayor .lohn Wood,
rrcanircr H. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. II. Kallis.
Clerk Michael Howloy.
Attorney II. Walxon Webb.
Police MaglctratcH F. liroh and .1. .1.
lllrd.
.MarnhalanilCliiefof I'olleo Vm.M"llalc.
Street Coiumlloiicr I). J. Galligan.
Health Olllcer W. Wooten.
Moinliert I'olleo Knrco A. Cain snrgent,
f, Whitcump, 1'hilllp Helm, Chus. Mehuei
aid l. A. Conant.
J10AIU) OP AI.IIKIIMKN.
Klrst ward-IIiriun lllxby mid J. 31.
I'lilHlpi-
Second ward Herman Meyer and ood
Itttcnhouio.
Third ward John McKwon and K. ICorc-
iioycr.
Kourth ward C.
UcOauley.
Killli ward Jno.
II. MorrK
V, Ncllis and M. J.
11. Hobluson and Win.
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
SECOND AMI OLIVE STIlKI'.Ts,
iT, LOUIS,
NKWI.V KII'TI.I) ANl HKKUUNISIIKn
IhroiiKhout: stock telegraph in the limine;
street entrunco Hi:liti'd at n glit by oib'ium liglns
basall miHlcTii improv i-ineiiis. (juialiirleil mi Hid
American umt Kurupran pi in, rurnir.ni plan,
room" i I"'r day; meals boa each, Aunricau
Biau ti.nu neriinv.
T ili, 11 nnminiipn n,A,,ri.i.
rr look,
ma
THE BULLETI N.
IIKYONI) THK .M IHSlSa 1 111 !
Thousands Iihvii already gone, mid
tbotijHixli more km turning thulr eyes to.
wards new homes In 111 thu frrlilo Vut.
To llmao it'iiiii; to MlMuurl, Ksnins, Su
braikN, OolorHiln, 1'tnh, Wyoming, N
viida, IJrcK'in ur Cat 1 (j r fi i m, wk rirom.
tilend u cheap, mfe, rjuici' mid direct mule,
via St. Louis, over tho Missouri I'liclllo
railroad, which rum Its flno day coaches
' nnd Pullman Slwnors from St. Louis to
priuclplu points in thu V.'cst, without
i'liMii;ii. Wo b'-llevetlmt thu M'asouri
Pnclllc railroad ban thu Ix'SttrHrk and the
Html ilid safest equipment of any linu
Wul of ihi MitsiMlppi, mid it connections
vtlth riinds further west urn prompt and
ri'liahln. Thu 'I'ftna oonrii'dton ol lhi
road it iifw coinplotid, and par gers are
I olleri'd 11 Urn cl all-rail route Iruin St.
lwlito Teas, either ovi r lint Miisouri,
i Katun A: Tuai rsilrmd, via SuJali.i, or
ir th Atlantic A-Pacific railroad, via
, ViiiiM. F.rniHps, tlmu tables, Inform.
' (ton as to rati-., routes, uts , wo refer our
reader to S 11 Thomp'On, Kattum I'ass.
ent;cr a(?ent. ('oluinliur, Ohio, or K. A.
K.inl, iiencral pifnni:er ifrit, St. I.oul.,
MiM-iur1. Qu.tlon will Lu cheerfully
nnd promptly answered
KM IUHAT10N TIMlNINO.
rlMAI FAUMrt l.V fOL'TII-W K.sT MIShOL'Ilt.
ThoAtlanlir Ac raciflo Kallroad Com
pany oilers 1,'JOO.OOO arre of land in
Central and South-west .Missouri, at from
t - J to ?li per firro, on (oven years time,
(
"nil iruw irun-ijiiriiHinii irotll Ol. I.OUIS lO
-1 1 . 1 .... .
ahldint; society invito emigrants from all
points to this land of frulli and flowers.
I-'or particulars r.ddrois, A. Tuck, land
commissioner, St. Louis .Missouri. 'J
mrtltltAACK.
INSU 11 A N C ii !
rsi . iti.ifiiii;i) i.is
HAFFOKD, ilOKHIS i: UANDKR,
s.i'iieriil
INSURANCE AUEiS'TS
1'ITV NATIONAL 1IA.SK Hkll.DI.SO
OA I HO, ILLS.
The oldert estnbli-heil Agency ill Southern
I Uiuoie, representing over
r the
I'nlUJil ;
be-t
tutei
Ititiirancu Capital ol
the
J'iJlli AND MAIUxNE
I.O.S A IMt'.STl.ll.
OTIB1339
A Nl
PUBLIC
I . S, COMMISSION KHS.
, Particular atteut. 011 glieti to tallng dep.
1 of.tion-. to l,e iujO in evidence In ..II the
coiirl. 111 the ouiitry.
I laf'Koiiiaiit 1 1U.CU lor s .le to aud from
1 uli I'.uii ui Linu e.
KIKE AiNU-MAJlliNK
XNSUPoA LJ'OE
tllSV.t.11.n,
tilAIIAKA, N.
ilt.llt
....i.ow.ni
OHUAMA, I.,
UANOVKh, . 1 .,
,UK Mi U
KKVUIILIC, N. V,
lhr.- Tll.iS 'I
Xini nvii. tr.e Limtrritf r Anay,
VONKKU, K. T.,
i ."( 1,7k 4S
AMIAN V CITV,
lt.tl tM.lk!)
siukmknV rnNj), i. v.,
Af'flK..
BKCl'HITV, If. V. MARINU,
Issi-t" 1,132, "111
Htorn.. rwplnz, Furniture, Hull, and Car
soei, la.ure.1 ul raf . it fvnrittilf a. .O'in'1, vtx
manrnt in-i-urltr will wrrnt.
I rcn"itfillly Mk of the eltisnmot Ca
.hatrof tlxir patronazK,
p. v. nrnriKs.
TKIJTON'IA LIFE IN'KUHANCK
OF OHIOAOO, ILLINOIS.
OK.wr'L.OFKicis, 17- AVashinotonSt.
AOTIYA, 650,000.
Thl German I. lie Immranco Company
guarantees not only I'ald-up l'ollcleH but
ali.o .1 Valuo in Caafj on tho Non-forleituro
plsn
IOHN A. II (I OK, - . - 1'rosldnnt
0. KNOIIKI.SDOUK, - . Heer.Uary
JOHN W. l'HDKSS,
Afoiit for Ctir0 aid vicinity.
HISMATnriiUNI).
SKCTIONNO. 47.
Association lor promoting Life Insurance
and Hick Itrllef by woekly dues and mulual
co-niieratlon ill object of public lienelll.
The I.llu InMiranco Policies will bo lusuod
by tho Teutonla Life Insurance Company.
II. MKVEU8, ProMdcnt.
JOHN W. rilUKSS, Ao'T.
for Cnlro hiiiI Vicinity
XT X3
TIRATIH
THAT
11 VLTZ
DK
IS DEAD.
Ui: IS Ml 1,1, 1,IVI,; 1M) l.V C.VIItO
Jlli olllco and dh-pcin-ary at
NO. !J KKiUTII STItKKT,
llet Coinuiuiclal and Wiialilnglmi avenues
It U line, the 1 odor la 11111 n' 1I111 oldest
ll'ii r.iuiilll i)f tlio Iiluc-t). and bin illnlniim.
that hai gH In I1I1 illlce. hIiowm Unit ho has
lit en ili years In the pnilen-lon. He Is doing
, 11 larger nilleu pmelli e tlinn any oilier pliy.
hlela'i, treating all l.ludxol ehionbullK'aus
of thu liiunun t'iii, nu b at old ulcers, and
all dlvuMjs id' l ie i-Kiii, 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 0 r ami blood
jioiniiii; alco UIm'.imi-ol lliu ihioat ; aim
all dl'tnasi's ol thu eyes of yoirs Mantling:
iibo artihclal eyes liiMirted; cured
without Ihe ii-u of a millu ; eancra cured
by thu application nf iiiliIIc.Iih ; pimpli'si 011
Ihi fucu lelnovetl; all uiiiiary iliuncs
riireil ) ull lorins of venereal ami pilvate
diM".i--!euied in the Hioiler-t time; m mini
weakliets and sell-abuhe cuied In a slioit
time.
It Is rrll-evldt'iit that a physician Ircitlm:
caes fur twunty-two yeara acipureH great
skill.
All conciliations contlduntlcul; in person
or ly U'tlen.
All mcdlcinc.t lurnlshed at olllce In all
tl,l Urt. l)AVll llL'I.TZ.
'0.1I.1IIHNI0W H r.KSIIIAJITM.
iTaIZiday ""brotiiers
0 KNIRAL AGENTS
FORWARDING ai (JOMMISION
1 i: 11 r 11 a 1 n,
DEALERS h FI-OUH,
An 1 ia-otf m
OHIO IlIVMH AMI KAKAWIIA
70 Ohio Lkvkk,
(Iaivo Ii.t.tnoia.
tiigsiioutcst iiouti: t roitruxr.
SI 00,000 for only $ J.oO.
THE 1, ItKKT I'KTl'HN Foil
THK aMALLKST IN VKVi'.MKNT.
A CKA1T1D
WILL UK HEM) AT
LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS,
Docomtaoi' aisit, 1073,
roll THK llENKKlTOE A
M VK.VILK ItKFOIt.M SCHOOL.
-10,000 Gifts,
$4 50,0 O O
l.N PRIZE 3.
ri incipal Prize 100,000,
eon-l-ling of tlic superb palatial residence
siui'iii Alleles, K-i.,unurpas?ed as a piivitc
dwelling In the l"nited Stute, being only a
lew block Irom the Court Hoii-e. -uiround-ed
by niatnillceiit grnuinl", ntchard, gar
deiiMind vineyard". Thelmlldin'. s ba-been
only recently completed ith all the mod
em Improvements,
PRIZE LIST.
l!t I'rizef, Heal Kstatc, SI 50,125
I Cash l'rizo, -
20,000
20,000
25 000
20,000
20,000
20,000
,000
10,000
15,000
18,000
10,000
" 5io,nnos.:i,
" 5,000 "
2,500 '
" 1,000 "
" 500 "
4 "
20 "
50 "
100 " " 200 "
200 " " 100 "
Ii00 " 50 "
fi'.lS " " 20 '
1000 " " 10 "
UftS " " 5
5,700
:i0.d50 " " 2.50 01,125
lO.UOO'l'r'tzcj CI50.000
The title to the above real estate I guar
anteed pet feet.
The liberal tciius of lliis scheme brings It
within the reach ol all tho tnvutot oppor
tunity ever olleiTd lor thu poor man to rise
to wealth.
PRICK OP llCKETS.
Singlo Tickets, $2.!10 ; Eleven T.ckeU ,
$2,1 00; l'ifty.ix Tickets, fl2fi.no; Onu
Hundrod and l'iltcon Lickets, $2110.00.
The ilrawlngwIU ho niado undro the su
perlutcudence ol a committee appointed by
the highest otlielaN in the Slate, duly iwoiii
to the lalthlul pcrfoiui.iucc of the duties as
slgend tliciii.
The highest otllclala bolh ol City, County
and Statu have not only endorsud Mr.
Abeies,but also his Nchemu,
Thu demand for tickets Is unparalleled,
and all desiring to paitlcipate in the draw.
Ing should at once lorm their clubs and send
In their orders.
AGENTS WANTED In all States, Cltie",
aud Towns iu the United States and Cana
da. fT7"Money should bo sent by ItegUtcred
l.eiter, P. O. Order or express, with tho lull
adttreks ol thu purchaser In plain writing,
Every package of 11 tickets has a chance
to win 11 prizes, but po-ltlvcly ceitaln to
win one, while nno person out of every ten
who purchase a pact, age ul 11 is hound to
win two prizes.
For further lnlormatlon and particulars
send for circular to the Manager and Pro
prietor, iiml address
S1.MON AHELKS,
Leavenworth, Kansas.
NTIIAMHOATtt
"bAnt6"ANb"PAbuCAlV
MAIL BOAT.
Cite splendid steamer
CT.A.S. FISK.
Dick Fowlkh, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxcoptod) ut
I tun For freight or passage apply on boat
or to JAH. MALLOHY, Ag't.
ll
IMMIGRANT TICKETS
KOK 8ALB,-1 rHai.jifOR BALK
VOK SALK.J KorBal.lFOll BALK
Faro from LivMrooL,
Fare from Lokdobduhbt
Faro from Glasgow,
Vara from Quvbnitown
TO CAIRO, ; i s ; i ; ; 4 8ao
tUSord. MorrU CaoilH Aa.
1,111
Rf
132
Wholesale and
Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods
LARGE STOCK OF
Carpets, Mattings, Oil Cloths
Upholstery Goods, Window Shades, Damask, Cornishes
WMirs he public lobe Informed that he Ins on hind u stock ol goods as extensive as
any In the Southeast, and that he Is determined to -ell everv article at prices lowertlian the
lowest. Call on him and examine goods aud prices, lie will satMy you boh to nudity
and cot.
WriliMTIllillllWi
Beerwart, Orth & Co.'s,
NO. 136 COMMERCIAL AVENUE.
To Parties Having Either
CURRENCY,
CERTIFIED BANK CHECKS,
or CITY SCRIP:
Owin to the existing financial panic, and the tightness of the
pvepent currency market, we will sell our stock of
miiiiiuiiiuoifKiBeic
Atirreatly 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: . HEATIXti STOVES:
FAME) rUARTCQ OA ' TflK 1; Alter EST STOCK
r i i r it ii isi k v nij
WELCOME,
FAMOUS,
AND OTHERS.
DISINFECTANTS
COPPERAS
C A R 13 O L A T E OF LIME,
P E R M AKGANA T E OF P O T AS li,
CARBOLIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME,
POWDERED CHARCOAL
m
lT(Dt -A.T LOW PEICB8
AT
BARCLAY BROTHEBS,
DHUGG-ISTS,
COUNKlt WASIII.VGTOaN' 'AVENUE AND EIGHTH ST K NET,
AND
1TO. 74 OKCXO LtVBBI
HAS Itl'Ol'KXKI) HIS
uloon ww
Will keep open day and night, ready to servo meals
at all hours, and hits a private entrance for
ladies and gentlemen, without be
ing disturbed by anybody,
and is prepared to accommodate tho
travelling public JIo has fitted up 8 now
rooms over tho book storo, and is ready to keep
Twenty-Five or Thirty Families.
lSSr-Givohini a call at any
132
Retail Dealer in
AMI
23ot -X7-vi-i oty-
IN THE CITY.
UHOJIO CIILOH ALUM
mnnm
hour, day or night.
HOOK nisniNo,
PATllONIZK
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Jorner Twelfth street Ami Washington Avs
J. C. HUELS,
(Utc of St. Louis,)
PKOl'IUKTOH
HOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MAi UFAUTUHKU.
1I1.ANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatnoss aud dispatch. All kinds ol
ruling done at short notice lllliles, Music,
Mivnzlnca and l'nrlodlculs hound neat and
it the lowest possible rates.
ounty worlc, such as Itecords, DoctcU
Fit Hooks, Hlanks, utc., made .1 rpeclulity
'loxcs, 1'ockot Hooks, Knve loprs, etc
in le to order ll.24
i.iiniu:H.
WHITE L'OIiLAIU'LANlNO MILL
N WAI.TKHS, Proiirlflor,
rsiLsais
HARD ajd SOFT LUMBER
AMI)
LATH. 8HINOLE3, OKDAll POSTS
UOOltS, SAHI1, BLINDS
OKDBHB BOLIOITEO.
Stramboat Lumber,
KurDlshod on sbnrtesl notio.
Commercial sronuo, betweon Tenth and
Eleventh streets
Household Remedy!
As an InvlKOrntor, Liver Corrector
mil Itlood BenoTMor Is superior to all tht
Itlitcr, r.llzlrs, CordlnU and Nisran
jMirlllns In a;. It li 10 adapted to tha whole
j$tem that ererjr organ and function In the Lodj Is
truug!it nndor Its szlillaratlDC Influence. It (Ilea
tiino nncl slrrniriri to Hie illffratlvp up-;i.-riilnsi,
dlipela Inncoiir and drblllt jr,
Iiivlirorntrai tlio Liver, rcirnluli-a Ibo
Kldliryu ll ml Ilowclv, remorei tbe effect of
etcriior omtasatlon of anj kind and gives vi
tality nnd rlclmcaa to tho blood.
Its caratlre powers alter nnd completely reorgen.
Ira the entire waia of dolls and even theeolldiof
tha tiuTan ejitem, tlerel preTentlng andcutlnf
Ilj'Neiitlc nnd Consumptives Hymp.
ImtiN, I'i'ver and Aipiir, Illllonai Itlarnav.
ih, I'cvcras of all kinda,?irvon Dpbll.
Itj, AfTrctton at tlio Htomnrli and
UiiHi li, etc. AsamlMand delightful Inrlgo
rant for delicate femejes, It has no superior.
11 J- III use new life and flgor ll giien to both
and mind, sending a glow of illallljf through every
part, which Is permanent nnd Isatlng-.
It Is the moit eft .dual remcdj for the relief ot
huraun lufferlug ever dlicoTtred, and as pleasant to
the tatte as old rje or fine win.
x WE CHALLCNGE x
r. i5 x x & x
x WORLD X
o prtMliire a more delicious medicine to tall, yeleo
utMit fur the prevention and cure of iliaeuee as
zzmrs ttcsls's i:h:j aits it::s r:2inxa.
I'l lret SI, or A Ilolllea for 95.
Prepared ly the (lraftoD Jledlclne To., ST. I.OCrU
Mi. Sold 1 Knigglits a id daalera lu uixUclaet
"crywhere.
MISSOUHI STATE LOTTERY.
LkOA.LI7.KI) 11 t Statk Authoritt AMD
Dhawn in I'uiu.io in Ut. Louis.
Grand Single Numiior Soheme.
50,000 NCMHKIIH.
Clihh I tohi Drawn Soptotulior :10, 1873
6,H8U l'rlzus, Amounting to $2100,000.
1 Prlioof. &o,noo
Prises of. 1 loo
of 13, iw
of 10.WJ0
of..
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s
9
9
3i
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180
60U
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7.6(0
3KI
SiC
200
I to
110
10
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of...
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t,onu
a, no
l.ono
600
Tickets 10; Half Tickets, f5: Quartor
Tickets, 2 60.
Our lotteries are chartered hj Ihe flute, are
always drawn at the time named, and all draw.
Inis are under the supenlsiou of awcin coin.
mUeloiiHra.
Tho orHnlal drawln will be nuhllahrd in the
At. Louis papera and a oopy of drawing sent to
purrhanereof llckrle.
Wa will draw a similar scheme the laat day ol
eery month during tha year 167S.
Uwmltat our rlk by dokioINc. money order.
(Isternd letter, draft or espresa. Hrui foroir-
ou.ar. Addreea,
nunnaii nii.jr.n jif.,
HI. Loula, Mo.
P. O. boi 2M
THE PARKERGUH;
SCND STAMP FOB CIBCULAB
PARKER BROS v
WEST MERlDENaCT.
DH. G. E. DOUGLAS,
IDHHSTTIST.
A constant supply ot puro Nitrous Oilile
Ous, for tho painless extrautlou of teeth, at
tha bontal ltoouis of Or. DoiiKlas, successor
to Or.A.M. Austin, KltfblhlU cot. Mtt
I.AWTXM,
SAMUEL P. WIIEELEU,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. HMm
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Office over First National bank. 8-10-3m
John II. ilulkey. Wlllam C. Alulkey
MULKEY A SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OIUcc: Rlitlith street, between Couuntr
clal mill WashlnL'ton avenues,
ft-H tf.
MIWCELsAWEOPII.
MILLER k PAKKEli,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AID
FORWAKUINQ MEROHANTB,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS om FAIRBANK'S BOALBS
Ohio Lavoe, CAIRO. ILLINOIS'.
II. A. Thorns L. D. Tbom
THOMS & BROTHER,
Succciotn to II. M.Bulto,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKERS
AJfD DMALXK9 W
Ndtplei and rnncj tirocerlca,
Korclfn and Domestic
FJTJXTS AOnTOD IsTTTTS
l.'U C'ommorclal Avenui,
CAIRO, . . ILLINOIS.
E. 0. PACE & CO.,
' t v 1 : 1 1 1
A N JJ
COMMISSION MERCHANTS-
DKALIUS IN
HAY,
CORN,
OATS,
MEAL,
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
3-1211
UlfT K.vrKKfauaic
filfAiVDEST SCHEME EVER KNOWN !
FOURTH
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
rort the iik.nkfit or t
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
l'J.OIIO CASH uim $1,500,000.
KVKRVFIITII TIC'KKT DRAWS A GIFT
$300,000 FOH fOO
Tlio Fourth Grand (lift Concert author
ized In' special act of the Legislature lor the
livnelit 01 Hid l'ubllc Library ol Kentucky,
will tako place In tho l'ubllc Library Uali
at LouisWlle, Ky.,
WKDNKSIMY, DKCEMIIER 3. 1873,
flil.. Civ.. l.A.. I .-Ill . .
V...IJ i.i . iiiuu.iiiiu iicaria wm dc IOIu
nnd onc-hulf of these are Intended for the
r.uropean market, lints leaving only 30,000
lor sale in tho United States, where 100,000
were diposed of (or tho Third Concert.
Tlio tickets are divided Into ten coupons or
parts, ami have 011 their hack the r-clieuie,
with u full explanation of the mode ol draw
in;:.
At this concert, which will bo the grand'
est musical display ever witnessed lu this
couutl v. the unprecedented sum ot
tti.rjoo.ooo,
divided Into l',000 cash gins will be distrib
uted by lot anions the ticket-holders. Tho
nuuibers of the tickets to be drawn from
one wheel by blind children, and the flits
from another.
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Grand Cash Gilt
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand Cash Gift
One Grand CasU Gift
One Grand Cash Gilt
lOCaeh GUIs ft0,000 each
30 C'asli Gilts 0,000 each . . .
Ml Cash GIHs 1,000 each . . . .
80 Caeh Gilts MK) each .. ,.
100 Cash Gifts 400 each
INJCu-li Gills .100 each... .
2.V) Cash Gilts -Jotleacl
Casli Gilts loo each
1,000 Cah (illls Wench
..to,oon
.. 1&0.00O
.. 60,000
Ji.000
.. 17,600
.. 100,000
.. 1M.000
. ftO.OOO
.. 40,000
.. 40,000
.. 4000
.. fiO.OOO
.. K'J.CiOO
. n50.00j
Total, 12.1W. Gilts, All Cash,
uiiioiiiitiiiKto fi,roo,ooo
The dlsttihution will lie positlvo whether
all the tickets are sold or not, and th 13,000
fills all paid In proportion to the tickets sold
alt unsold tickets licni? destroyed as at the
First aid Second Concerts and not repre
sented In the drawing.
PHlt'B OF TICKETS.
Whole tickets, JM.OO; Halves, 2S.00;
Tenths, or each coupon i.O0; Klevc
Whole Tickets lor ttOo.OO; tiiti TickeU c
1,000.00; li:i Whole Tickets lor b.OOO.C.
Whole Tickets tor 10,(i00.00. No m.
count on less than U).M worth ol Ticket
to a time.
Tlio unparalleled success of Ihe Third
Gilt Concert hs well as the satis
(action nlcn li) the First and
Second makes It only nccensary to announce
tho Fourth to Insure tho prompt sale ol
ery ticket. The Fourth Gift Concert will
bo conducted In nil lis details like the Third,
and full paitlculfits mav bo learned from
circulars which will be lot tree from this
oillco to all who apply lor uiem.
Tickets now ready for sjIo and all order
accoiiiinniid by the money promptly HUed.
Liberal terms given to those who buy to sU
wain. TIIOS. K. liKAMLLTTE,
Agcti l'ubllc Library Kentucky mid Kiaea-

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