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ILLINOIS CENTRAL 11 H
1 IN ttlleatlie Hhotli ItnnM
TOOHIOAQ-O
Bllhtr 'HHoa IheHtiorieat Houlo
TO ST. LOXJJ.S
NO CHANGE OF OAKS
FROM CAIRO TO
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OP OAUH
OM OAIKO TO
Otaclaoall, i-tlanapolI, ToImIo,
ptrott, OlATnlmiJ, Mafiar FrV.i
finaJo, rllUbillR, WwtilnrtoD.
Baltimore, I'blIivJlphU, New Tork,
Doiton kail 11 point east.
Mllwtnkle, JanoaTllla, Madlsm,
LaOrosas, Bt. Pul an! nil points north.
this Is also th only direct rmitotn
IienaUir, BlootnlDRton, Npringold,
Paorla, Su,7', , ,KwLk?,k'
Burlington, Hock Island, La Hf.Uf.
Mandota, lhxon, Krccport,
JlAlaa, Uubuque, Hioni till,
Omaha and all points north!,
Ktnfftnt Drawing Room Sleoplng Ga'
On All Night Trains.
!)(( Chuko t io ll Important point.
For tlokau and information, apply to I. C. IUt
dpot at aire; on hoard to transit atesmar t
tM Oolumbna and Cairo, and at tno prlnclp
railroad tlckot offlcca throughout th toulh.
W. P. JOHN40N. Octk'l f Mt. Aa't. Chlcato.
A. MiTcaiu., (lau'l. Bup't. Chicago.
J. JOIINSON Ag't, Cairo.
OUANQK OF TIMK.
l'AMoncer trains on the Illinois Central
change tlmo to-day. From ami niter UH3
p. m. to-day trains will run ax follow :
ahuivk.
JCrpresj, dally ....2:10 a. m.
Mall, except Sunday p. m,
l'Kl'AKT.
Krprew, .. f:00 p.m.,
Mall, dally excopt .Sunday .. 3:30 a.m.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS,
AND CAIRO AND FUL
TON RAILROADS.
The shortest and only direct routo from
Cairo to Jacktonport, I.lttle Hoc!;, Hot
Springs, Fulton, and all points In Arkanas
and tilt .Southwest, TAVELVE HOURS IN
ADVANCE OP ANY OTHKR ROUTE.
Through tickets, through bills of lading,
and Information as to freight rates, pas
senger tare, connections, etc., can bo ob
tained at the company' e-lllco In AVlntcr'a
block, comer of Seventh street nnd Com
mercial avenue.
Hacks will call at private .residences and
hotels for passengers, when orders arc left
!n tlmo.
Elegant Pullman palaco tlccplng cam on
all night tralni.
Trains mn daily, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Ofllce at follows :
Morning Accommodation at 7:30 a.m.
Little Rock Texas Express.... 11:110 a.m.
Evening Accommodation :!;20 p.m.
1). Axtf.ll, Chief Euglnper.
THK T CATRONDflNCJ5NKKS
RAILROAD.
8UORTKST ROUTE FROM CAIRO
TO
Cincinnati, Indlanapoll, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Nlagra Kalis,
Huffalo, l'lttiburg, AVashingtou,
Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.
' lioston and all Eastern PoluU,
CHANGE Oi-' T11IE.
On and alter Tuesday, July 1, 1S73, trains
will run aa follows :
KXVUE3K.
doing north loavos Cairo at 4:00 a.m.
Oolng nouth arrives at Cairo at.... 3:10 p.m.
MOUND C1TT ACCOUMOPATION.
Going North.
Leave Cairo at 11:35 a.m. and MX) p.m
Going South.
Arrive at Cairo at 1!:00 p.m. and 0:00 p.m.
The express train north arrives at Vln
cennes at 12:20 p.m., making direct connec
tion at 12:30 p.m., with tho Indianapolis anil
Vincennes railroad for Indianapolis, tlio
great railroad ccntro, from which point
trains are departing nt all hour, lor all
vointa In tho United ritatcs and CaffiTda. At
12-M p.m. with tho Evamvllla nnd Craw
l iiuvllle railroad, for Terra llautn. In, II ..
n spoils, Chicago, DanviUo and all points
north, via tho '1 crra Hauto, Kvnnsvlllo and
Chlcogo railroad, and cn via the Yandalia
line, ana inaianapolls and St. I.ouls railroad.
At 1:65 D. in. with the Ohio and Mlssln.mnl
railroad, for Cincinnati, Louisville, aud all
nnlttli mmt via Innlim.H
Passengers going by thin routo aro placed
iu Auuuuupuus, ,iuuiuunil, 1.OU1SVI1I0, now
York, iloston, Philadelphia, Jlaitlmore,
Washington, and ull eastern points, twclvu
uuurs iu lui iuce in any oilier route.
Express train makos connection at I.'ldo-
ruuo wim au iouis ana southeastern rail
way, lor St. Louis, Mt. Vernon (Illlnol),
uiununwnu, nun illl OUIIllb OCIWCCU 1.1(10'
rado and St. Louis.
At Norris C:ty makos closo connection
for opringfleld, Rock Island, and all poinU
uuo'iiuKubiu aim Humus oouiueaetern rail
way an! connections.
At Oral with St. Louis Evansvlllc, Hen
denonandNasuvIUo railway line, (or Mt.
Vernon (Indiana), Evansvlllo, Henderson
(Kentucky), Nashvllllo (Tennessee), nnd all
points on st. L., E., II. and N. railway mid
connections. '
Hatrgago checked to all Important poiut.
..T, f tlcketii na Inforitiittlon apply at
tho ticket office, corner Seventh street and
Commercial avenue, Cairo, Illinois.
i, i. v "'Kit, Oun'l Sup't.
K. P. AVilson, Oen'i Paisoncor, Act.
J. A. Jones, Agont Cairo.
8AMUKL '. WIIKELKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAI;-0, ILLINOIS,
Office over First National bank. ;uiMnj
AVILLIAll J. A LLKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
ii
OBlceover KirstMatlonai bank.
."IC-otll
John II. Mulkey. AVillam C. Xdulkey
MULKEY it SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Ofllce: Klshth street, between (
d-14 tr.
GRJSKN & aiJillKR'I',
ATTORNJ! A('
OOUNUKLORH AT LAYV.
Williaaa . Gtlbarl.
MiiMr.onwMt, J
OA I HO, 1LMNOIH,
neatskt attaatlon sfraa lo Admiral! r,i
bMI BOJInaoa,
Sie X.BT1B, 7 AVO 8 OVBlt
CAIRO BULLETIN.
t rrqutitl Nnbiirrlltcrii mil ri'rrl
liiK llielr iiiipra rcnuliirly lo i-ciiirl
Iho f.'icl to Hi Im iifllc'. rlllicr iktmoii
Hly or ly 1'oNlnl Cnril.
Pilhllriitlon IIDIro, Bnllilln ttiilldlnf;
Wiialillifflnn Amnnf.
licmllnir mntlrrtin orry iiik!.
,....,H..S.a....wh......'...M.. .............. ........
i,kiti:u J,IST.
i.ADir.s 1.1 ST.
Adai!i(,Mrs Clara O Andorron, Mm N
Adams, Mils A llarton, .Airs .Alary
llrown, Mrs Taryor Handy, .AIlis Harriett
Hrown, Nauey J Clarke, Mrs T K
Clodfotlor.Mhi Ella Cambill, .lunn
Grant, .Allss Nellio Howell, Huinn
McCarly, l'lorcnee Littcll, Rachel
Mnnalia'n, Hannah Rotlall, Mrs Lntirn K
Rnnle, -Mi'fl .Alary Hmitli, .lixuphiuo j
Spence, .Airs l.izziu Htophcnr, Mary Ann
Hnow, .Airs M. Turner, .Airs Jtlioila
Travli, Mrs Laura AA'oloh, .Airs JCntio
Vnrron, Miss 8
(IKXTS' LIST.
Burn.", Henry Hurl, Henry
Eastior, Jim llarns, .lo.Omt
lloombi. Chfli C Cochran, G AV
Corn, E H Connor, .1 ()
Cavendor, .loo Uunlmin, Goo
Dowd, .John Davis, l)r 1, H 1!
Dtigan, l'atiiek J)jloy, AA'in
Davis, Win 1' For bus, Ainhol
Froy. E S Folov, AV 11
Garner, G AV Green, Rev Albcrt-'J
Grady., lsaao Grconv, .liimes
Goor, .1 II Grconi', Vm I)
Hail, Anthony Hull, G S i!
Hudson, Geo AV Hagun, H F
Hayden, Joseph Higgins, .Alichiiol
.lohnfon, A'm Jackson, Geo F
.lackxon, AVIIHo II Lllltolnn, AVm
.AInck, Edward JloIConnoy. .lorry
MrJndly, John MoNulty, John
MeKen7.lu,.lolin Moruu, AVm
O'C'allaghati, Tim Parker, I)
Peck, L C Pope, W O
Rniasco, Stephen b'eott, II .1
HlHvens, Cato .Stiiith, Geo R
Slater, Frank Struot, H A
Shoaghen, John Stile, Pctiir
Soiglor, AVm Vcittt, J II
AA ilburn, Starncs H
Oi:o. V. MuKi:itn, v. jf.
HI TV !).Vfll IIT
POMWEdlMT!
4th Grand Gift Conchrt
For the honollt of tho
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KY.
OYER A .MILLION IN RANK.
Success Assured !
A IVhl. DRAAA'ING CERTAIN
ON TUESDAY,31stof MARCH NEXT.
IN order to meet the general wish ami
expectation of the public and ticket hold
era lor the Hill payment of tho niagnlllcent
gilts, announced for tho Fourth Grand Gilt
Concert of tho Public Library of Kentucky,
Ihti mmagemrnt have (lotcimim d to post
pone tho Concert and Drawing until
TUESDAY, tho 31st of March 1871.
They havo already realized
OVKIt A .MILLION DOLLARS
And havo a great many agent j ct to hear
Irom.
No doubt Is entertained of tho halo ol
ovcry ticket before tho drawing, but
whether all aro sold or not tho drawing will
pomlvcly nnd unciiulvocnlly take placo on
tho dav now Uxml. mil) It nnv r,,,,l
fcoltl they will bo cancelled and tho prizes
tvlll 11 .. 1 1 ..... a I I.. .... .......... .1. . .
"... u ..ilic.I III jilUJiUlUUIl io mo UUSOII1
ticketM.
Only 00,000 tickets Iiavn been Issued, and
12,000 CASK GIFT'S
$1,500,000
will bo distributed among the ticket hold-
The tickets aro printed In coupons of
tenth, mid all Iractional parm will bo repre
sented in tli j drawing Ji.st aj whole tlcl.ets
are.
list or CllVT.-.
One Grand Ci'h (;lft
Olio (fraud (-'ash (.lit ....
One Grand Ca'h Gift
Onn Grand Gush Gift . .
One Grand Cah Gilt...
10 Cash Gifts $0.r03ciich
30 Cash Gllle ri.OOi) each.
f0 Cash Gilts 1 U00 cacli .
80 Cash Gilts MO each.
100 Cash Gifts 400 each.
IM Cash Gifts () each .
'i'lO Cash Gilts 110(1 each.
.".'J Cah Gilts 100 each .
11,000 Cash Gilts Ml each .
.i50 00,'
. 100 000
. fit) oon
. vri ooo
. 17 MX)
. H 0 ooo
. KiO (100
. r' ooo
. 40 000
. 40 000
. 4.i 000
. M 000
. ::j too
. ft 50 OOO
Tolal, K',000 (ilftkull Cali, amoiiiit-
Ing to.... $1 iVX) COO
lhu ilianccn fur a Gilt aro as ono to lle.
1'ItlCK or TU'KKTf.
Aniolo tickets . . . f no oo
AVboS,.,,in"I,9,' . : M
Tickets for .... i iha ,in
;,,, Hintuiur . lU.oyo 00
ro discount iiti lr,t.4 1 1,... i-ji ,.-n..ii. ...
tlcketK.
Tho Fourth Gilt concortwlll bo conducted
In a I respects, like the thrco that have al
ready been given, nnd lull particulars may
bo learned Irom circulars wiilch will be taut
reo irom this oflico to nil who apply for
them. '
Ordeit for tlcketii and applications lor
agencies will bo attended to iu tho order
they aro received, and It Is hopod they will
bo sent 111 TirnimiiKv (l,i ti,.,. .. ....... r... ..
dlsapolntmcnt or delay in tilling nil Lib.
era' terms arcglvcu tothoso who buy to sell
!mii'!'i .A" "i'l!ntli '' prcmptorlallv re
I Uircit to sett In nn.llir r .i .
turn tiiuoltl tickets by lUu20lh day of
51a,c'1' THUS. E, HRAM1.FTTI
"t,Vubllc.,'llj.r,"'y, Ivy., uiur.Mauaycr'of
W. V.?110?!'1. J'ubllc Library bulldinir.
LonlMillc, Ky
10? IS TIRtriE
THAT
II IT r rn ri
IS DEAD.
UK IS NTII.I, LIVING A.VII IN IMIItll
Ills olllco and dbponsary at
NO. 22 KRiUTII STUUKT,
llet. Commercial and AVa.hlngton aveniici
It U true, tho doctor Is onu of u,,, Xxttv
phys clans of tho place, and 1 Is dlt 1 ,m
lil1,,1',"..'"" W. Vlllce, 'shows'tliut Ao has
been ii years In the profession, lie U lolni?
larger oiiico ,,r?ctl than any other W.
siviau, treating all kinds o chmnlu dlsea"
ol the human system. uch as old"' Ice A nnd
all diseases of the skin, humors " id l ion
poUonsj also diseases or tho throat- alsn
u I diseases ot tho eyes of ycari st.in'.ii?,, . .
a o artificial eye. Inserted Urtiu iu 'SJ
v thoutthousp of a kiillo; cai.iers cured
the application or medicines j pi ,,ios on
e. re.i -CuUrS, vH" ,,r,,nRr
i iii.ii, an rorms of M-urrca and nrlvain
orfby Uu"a!Utl0U5 nMtl!,in person
mudklnes furnished at otiko n U
ft-23 tr.l im. David Uuiu,
lvJg (JAiKU JJAJLY BUliLKTllN, TUESDAY,
Ill n UN
ENTMRI'RISM HAVING i
j3.A.W J.
I'lin rtil nun . rtl, lfly.
Ol'lfJCK OF
OITV NATIONAL RANK, UAIRU
OVKICJCHll !
A. R. HAKKORD. Prosident!
S. S. TAYLOR, VIcu-PrcNldontj
II. IIYHI.OI', aeorotary and Tiuaturt'i
rtaaoronii
l II. lUuoMt. ouis. Oitiauiu,
K. JJ. l)TOCr.ri.ti, Pain, U. lloncii,
It. U. Oux.iii.aHiK, II, i, )Uu.ii.i
J. M. I'liiLiiri.
Dc;ok1U ol otiy Amount Ucwel ivt from
Tvn i;nt Uiivriird.
iTKUEST pal, I on .leponlta at tho rale cl ill
par apnt. pr annum, March 1st ami Boptutn
Iwr let. tntnrt,ltiet wlthd-awn Is tddPd Irrlnn
IJly to the principal of Ibu dcpoxlti, thoroti,
itltlOK them compound Intcroit.
UAHHISO WOMSW AND OXHLUftKH MAT
DJCrOSITVfOMXT
to Tnir no dm iiji can dk it,
Opnn -Turj Imslnof" day from Ua.m. to S p.m.,
and atarHT o-',uk for HAVINO DEPodin
onl, from Mo l o clock,
aulitf W. lirm.OP, Trrasnrnr.
I'HK (UTY NATIONAL'
a ivr tc
II A I I ,
CAPITA L.
I I.I. ! Ml I ft
JlOII.DOl
Wi i: IMI.liltlAV. I'nwI.Udti
II liN'ltr I,. IIALt.IDAY, ViKH.M4i.ir,
A.KtUKI'OUl), Canlilur;
wAf.Tttlt llY.4t.Of, ..Mt.i',H,hlr
iiihBcroiii
Hkats Taylou. UnstiiT 11. w., .,...
Iltant I.. IIauikat. W. P. II i i m,.
(Jan. I). Wilmimon, HtrriUN Hihi,
a. ii. UAiroun.
!r.ii(ii!C, !olii unit Unlit il hinin
HoikU liuadit iuuI Until.
l)JiI'03ffrt rooHltml, and m-nnral Unklot
nulnf.su iton.
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
' ! . r n
It. AV. Mii.i.rn, I'roHldont.
J. M. Pin l.ti'H. Vico-Prt sldenl.
ClIAH. CUPNIMjllAM, Cashier.
OOLLKOl'IONH PROM1TLY MADR.
IXOnANtll!, coin, tiank notes and Unit
J Hlntoi) nocur't'ps I o ight aud i.old.
Allow- n Tlmn 2IciinII
Dry Goods!
The Cheapest
-IN-
The City.
The largo stock of elegant
dry goods with which Burger
filled his noAV store-room a
feAV Aveoks airo. hnvo. boon
u i -
nearly all sold, the people
having been unable to resist
buying at the unprceedont
edly Ioav prices lor which
they Avere oll'ercd. Burger
is hoav filling tlieir places
with a still finer and mom
beautiful assortment of goods
absolutely the cheapest and
best stock in the city. The
finest cashmeres, satins, em
press cloths, alapacas. mo
hairs, etc., etc., aro ollbred
at the very hnvest prices.
Burger's shawls eclipse any
now sold in Cairo, both for
beauty and cheapness ; and
his furs, nubias, scarfs etc.,
arc also cheaper than the
cheapest, lie has a full line
of kid gloves iu sill colors,
kid gauntlets, and children's
Avoolen gloA-es in OA'orv style.
A large lot of merino under
wear for ladies and children
is being sold at fabulously
ioav prices, ami a large lot
of table linen, napkins, toAv-
els, sheeting, muslins, etc.,
etc. In short, if anybody
Avants anything, at any price,
in tho line of dry goods, or
notions of any sort, ho or
sho will bo corloin to find it
at Burger'ri and just as cer
tain to bo suited in price as
avoII as kind or turdity.
l A vicitu. rr.J.Ai-Kns
AYKRS .t CO.,
F L O U' B
A.UII
OENEHAL COMMISSION MEKOHANTS
No. 78 Lkvjib.OiiiqOaiuo.Ili.h,
mmmrn
LOW RESERVOIR
fa Suited (o all Climates,
AND FAMOUS FOR tELVO
BSST TO USE!
CHEAPEST TO BUY 11
EASIEST TO SELL 1 1
vV1Wj. rarnous for da ce mcro and
'Zffi&Z BETTER COOKING,
'y'?yfc Quicker nmlCiicnpcr
thill t!f ff,T Otlti.t".!,
iamous run oi vino
Cat!:faeti:nS7sryvrl:ero,
W,Y Especially Adapted
TO TUB
raw OF EVERY MSMOLD,
SOLD i2T
EXCELSLOJi
INFAN UF A CTUR I NO CO.
OK ST. LOUIS.
AND
0. W. 11 K N 1) K R S 0 N
Cummerclal Avenue.
I'AIKO, 1 1,1.
l- d.Vw ly
ML'TC'IIRItH
' j aT5o7mv A LT i7u,
BUTCHBB
AND DEAI.Klt IN
E8H MEAT,
UldUTIl STllllltT, RXTWKKK WAbIIIII07i
AKD OOMMKHCIAI. AVKKUES,
adjoining Ul Mrnrnmt.fi and llimii's
hupp tr.a ti,t or llmr, I'ork, Multun A'l
Larut), Saiuak', uto., oit are ptAjiari"! to ssrr.
Ituwnii In dm nin.l crptM ttiannsr.
F111L. HO AVAR 1)7
STEAMBOAT WUTCILBK
CITY NATIONAL HANK llUIKIHsO.
BarSprclal attention paid to older from
ttmmhoitM. nlirlit or it'iv.
JOHN SMITH,
(Successor to .lames Kynaston,)
HlTOIIKll AND DUALKIl IN ALL IClNDS 0
FllKSII MKATrt.
COIINKH :JlMETKNTII AND 1'OrLAK ST8..
JAlllO, Ilil.lNOIS.
rtuys and Klaughlora only tho best rattle,
aogH and Hhoep, and In prcparod to till any
leuiiiijd for fresh moats from one pound to
I'll thousand pound.
il Y-iiA LD4J-i4IXlJ4 .
AND DKALHKM IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OK KA'EKY UKSCIHl'TION,
Cornor 10th btrcct and Cfimmcrclal avonu
next door to tho Hyland saloon.
11-10 tf. OAIKO, ILLS.
.IAJ1KS KVnTs'Fon7
BTJTCHBK,
AND DKALKH IN
ALL KINDS OF FRKSll 31 K ATS
.Vnr cor. Twentieth Nlrcrl hiiiI I'omi
iiiorcint Avenue,
. lltlysand eliughtcrs onlv tho best Cattln.
Hogs and Sheen, nnd Is proparod to 1111 or.
Jcrsfor Krcsh Moats from one to tcu thou-
anil tioiuiilu, l.'i-itl
MISSOURI STATE LOTTKRY.
Lkoali7.ui liT Stat AnTitoniTT ami
urawn in 1'uni.io in Sr. Loots.
Grand Single INumbcr Soliome.
50,000 NUMBIKS.
Olabs A. to iik Ditvw.v January 31, 1871
1 rrlof...
1 " of...
1 " of...
I " of...
" of...,
4 " of...
,...H1ji
.... 13.IM
wo rrlitsof..
" of..
... t iw
I,0u0
H10
SKI
'Ml
!W
.... lO.bOO
. T.6O0
S,000
.... a.wio
. 1,000
.... 600
... aao I
of
" of
" uf
s " of
so " of
180 " of.
ao or....
to " of...,
0 of...,
..... 1M
000 " of.
3(0
10
Tloketl $10 j Half TickoU, J5: Quartor
xiuaoin, f i ou.
wajs drawn at th time named, and all ilraw.
f.rornM.,:',r th ""'" of n.Voroin
'. . Mbi:.-bM I.. Hi.
aaira of Ufklu ""VJ 01 0,',
wllldrawailniUar chom( the u,i j f
mouth durlnir il, v... u
imw aiimtli
th during tt
letltr, draft or i,in,tii, H.mt fnr eir.
I.jj. MUKItAV, MILLKfi W ,
0. WINSTON & (JO.,
RKAL ESTATE AGEJMT8
ArjOTIONKKKH,
74 (HXOOHU VI.00H) OHIO LUV1IK
UAIIIO, ILW
Huv and Sxu. Real 1Cstat,
I'AY TAXES,
tfUIimrJU ADHTUAOTH OK TITLK
A 1rSV f.p.r, , , t A
UUAT HTOKZN.
HAM WILSON,
Ull 1
BOAT STOlTJEa
o u o 0 B hi m n
1' E 0 V I 0 I O IN H tt T 0.
No. 110
Ohio J,vk ( AIBn) jlt
JANUARY 0, J874.
Thaonly rollnllo Uift Dutnliiuiiiii u i i
country.
$75,000 00
h YA MTABLM (JM'TS!
To ho dlltrllitilcd iu
L. D, SINE'S
I C.j I It ItCOULAK MONTH! V
C!11)T JilNTBSl'JilSJS.
To be tlr.twn .Mniubiy,' I'ebniary SJd, IsTI.
TWO (JUAM) CAPITALS OK
SBOOO EACH
IN (illEKN HACKS.
Two I'rizes $1,000 each in (ircoiibmkj '
Kivn i'rizes t00 each in Oraenbut Us !
Ten Prizes 100 oeh In (Ireetibschs !
1 llorso anil lluggy, with KIIvoi-iikiiiiiIimI
barney', worth iikjo.
I llnc'toned ltomvoed l'lano, worth ?V0
10 Family Sowing .Machine", wo th HK)
each 1
Five (!old watches anil chaln, uottli
each 1
Kl Cold American biiutiou wateht s, worth
$ ISA each.
Ten l.adlci (lol 1 Hunting wofth JKO each !
'.'000 (fold and Silver Lover limiting watches
(In all,) worth Irom SiOto $.100 ea,-li.
Hold elialni, Silver-ware, .Jewelry, etc., etc.
Numiiku or Outs 1,:m.- 'I icklth llm-
ETKIi TO Tfi.OCO.
AOKNTS AA'ANTKI) TO SIM. I, TICKCla,
whom liberal premiums will be paid.
KiNfiLK Tioi.kts 01; Six Tichvrs .:.:
'I'WKI.VE TlCKKTrt $10; Twbm v ri i:
Ticicr.T.s S20.
Circular coiiialning a mil Hit of prizes,
n descrlitlou ol tho manner of drawing, and
other Information In rcferrenco to tho dis
tribution, will bo sont to any one ordering
them. All letters tnilat bo addressed to
MAIN OtTICK, L. I). SINK, llox
101 AV. 111th St. CtNCINNAl I, 0.
THXiPARKERGUN
srMD STAMP FOR CIDCUUrt
PARKER BROYl
WST MER1DEH,CT.'
4l .TI 31 1 I ( .V .It i: It V 1 1 .. N Ttl.
NKAV YORK STOjtl
AVHOLKSALK AND RETAIL.
LAUUKtT VAllIKT STOCK IN T1IK 1IT1
0001)f3 t)OLO VERY OLOHK.
ii'iirnnr uf KIixiKkiiiIIi ntri,vt iik.I ('.uu
mtfri'liil Atoiiiii
" rr- IIAIHO. ILLINOIS.
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l-'JUtl. ilAlltO. IM.UMlJ3
(J OK FEY, IIAJtlllSONA t'O.7
(Hunccssors to U. Ilurd & Hon. )
AN!
Commission Mercliants,
I'MIIIR (JKAI.-V AMI HAT.
No (1J Ohio Lovoo, OAIUO, ILLS,
HALLIDAY BROTFIFRS
GKNKRAL AflBNTS
FORWARDINO and (I0MMR-KI0N
nun eiiA 'in,
SDKATjKKH IN I'M OUR;
4o! A of
Ull fO IUVKI1 Allll KAHAWIM
A.T.'X' CiO.TP A 'MfT HUH.
"Jti ():o hitvitK,
Ij'Allid. 1I.1.INOIC,
I-'; M. KTOOKKLKTII,
llllIUH'K'V,
ltecllller ofid AA'holesalo Dealer In
I'OflllKIN ANtl tlO.MIIM 111
LIQUORS AND WINES
NO, Oil OHIO LCVEE,
OHIO, ILLINOIS
tip.r.
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wiu'ivHd. v Bi?innaHa 'nv ,ta mow
WH SIS uoitJoijr I'liu tiomnnnin.M jd -jot
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Oftitn jo o.n oqi Xa omii wotji) n uj moisfii iu jo
tno po'Jirj puu tin )!ni Xiiuoill ojii mjiiiimi jo
Jmtii j j.uioii.w jounqoin J(ikov.i( lmti tjrunnii
"llHOiUnUOit!aoOJ( VJJtiDW 'lull 'fcCIJitlit.f JH
'm:i njos 'pcoippiroq 'lUun.tt-Silltl aaO.iiui(iij
'siloil 'hOinisn,! voMnil,! 'suxlf, 'P3iOio( 'uiuai;U
liVS 'JJiux "suonunja 'Jui jo.i
ono!i rnoiiiil
! pno VticJlK) lrjjjsjA pun J.iin oi joiMiirui
tiietiui Ju uuiis.iSuu1,) 2UA334 lit iti.ilto njjo.tt0,l
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ml pun inoiiiiuoii 'tiiomit tnoj put; uiaiiuin
n.)ill aiii4i(j iiiu .jouiiiiiiuiiii -"M
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iibw it itiomaojdmt jbiji oanonuui uu iwpij.'P
h .(llltt'1l MJIIIII oiuux oun Vjll jo iu tl I 01(1
to 'pooiincuiott jo uep nitttu 'ainuis Jo pJluuui
I'lO JO flUIlOi Q SllUlllllO,' atllll,. JO,.
jnjuio.i4jApu Xuiltu.,! v lain
ii4ui tnl jo raitmuua joiiI v oaojiI iituaiuoq
III) 'C.lL)dsA(I JO t.3(l4llSUO0Il OJII 'kUlolUIIIA'w
' mini jjiiio ujpunit:puii'ii'AuplMaiijouo! I
, . . i m p. I sSuti'i oiii jo uoiicimiieuiil 'liran oii
iimivihici 'B13KUV t-nouiil 'innoKDtituiui.rj,
I II 'l ICUIOW 0I1 JO MIOllElDtU:! JI101 'kK.-llltild
is'U.l Jill Jo m.iiiii3L '1.118110,1 'nJopinoiis' i,inti
(ili'd 'otpvpcaji 'uiiJ.'ipiii ju tiil.nN.(
Jisd.ri jo uipi
oqi i.tioXon pwt.u tnnSjo ti ptia kiio.iin j.i 'io
Jo tiusioil nujupn ,) p. (ojisoi ion oje koimi j ii
(MpiAMJil 'iio.unn rluoi ultmoj puu 'f-uoipj-ill" i ri.j
pjooou wiiiu .mn ni nii noijj.i ov
PT.i
a yi)
.'or Flavoring Ice Cream, Cakes &. Pastry.
With great onrc, by a new proccs3, wc
ixtraet from tho (rue, select Fruits nnd
Aronmtks, each characteristic lb"ir a:u'
produce Flavorings of rare excellence.
Of great utrcnnth ami perfect purity,
Avo poisonous oils. Fccry Jlacor at rep
resented. No deceit caei bottle full
measure, ftoldiny one-half mere than
others purporting to hold tame quantity
Ue them once, will use no other. Thi
most delicate, delicious flavors ever made.
So (superior to the cheat) ixtracta. Afh
for Dr. 1'iicc'a Sjicclal l'lavorlng3. Jlan
uluclurvd only by
ETEELE li TRICE .
Depots, CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
Manufacturers of Dr. Price's Cream
linking 1'oiedtr.
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ft
OLIVE STREET HOTEL
.'.i:co.d olivi: .sti;i:i:i '..
ST L0UI3
ATI.WI.V IHTI D NI 1., I I IIM-IH I)
Li innu .toil', F-firK uiftTa,M In il tm.-e,
htrert ei.trunri, lit ' ti-,1 , l ,v , i l.v n i.
iiaaallinuilrrii ini mm menu tomlui'li"! on iliJ
mucriran unu i i jjioan pi.ui 11 y; n piul)
room l iir ilii); in, -oo i . m rn;u,
7iuu ,;.u peru.i.
DOKIi. Til ATI III It A .).. I'roprl-ior.
552 AVATIASH AVE.
Opi::'.to lis rs:'.C2::
st c inc. ion.
The most Renowned SixdalM of the Age, in tf.
treatment of PmrATV, CIWOXW a.t rill.
A. I. I DISEASES, EKUIXAI. W'SAKXESS
TU imuH ireul MUtrvOoM rr clbtr c.uwi, (raluctr
M;iivofs.M!ss,i,iuri.nH oh tub v.vck, avirsioxto
Bocirrr, lurAinro iuoiit, i.osn ov ukuocy ,
MAMIOOO rnrilANl'NU.V Ct'IttO. tiik CREAM 01'
lirPICAI. LITI.r.ATIT.n. HUHrulct lih ct,a.la rrsrvlrc.
iiUmlog vtomtjr marr. T.tty cot, vlij. Iho Imvllmvoti
10 u..rrlisv, 'XLilr MtuiT, caum kqJ curt-. rrK. y) it'bti,
'ibtla a 1 1.1a ,..let furt top.. rr-iulrlocmsle.l.tl
lii.illc.1 attcQiiuo or iwlvlcn ma r.Ilor Mm, tut tl'i.r.
lur.lU. protll,-,l vllh I'ltVAto Bp.rtaitlit(. loti, alUl.4,
IJVHi'HANt'V.
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INSUJIANOBAGKNI
OBI'IUB: (ililo I.oncc, over Matliuvs A
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I N S (J Jl A W 0 B !
r.N TAHi.iNiitta is:is
SAKKOllD, MORRIS & UANDKK.
Ileneriil
INSURANCE AGENTS
7.1 (Ililo 2.0i (to.
NA1I0NAL HANK llKILHlNO
CAIRO, 1LIS,
crrv
l'Ue oldest ostablMiad Agency In Southern
Illinois, represoiiiiiig ocr
$G5,OUU,000 0(1 1
ol thu host lnsuranon (.'apltal ol
thu
ilMWAt. ffT.AArflP.TWftS.
vNBBSssWkWmUkWkMVL
ifiuieu Jiiaiav,
Vulcan Iuon Work
( 0 M M MRU I A L A V UN U E,
OITOSITK
MIN I If NTMI'.lir.
JOHN T. RENNJ K, ' ,..
Jb'OUNDUY,
M A C l I N E S H 0 I'
i'oWIKM ANH I'll'K KlITINO,
NTKA.H i:lll. M.S. si 1 1. H't V.Aft Mt I
3vn-A.cx-3:iivr.TTjns.
Manulacturcd and repaired.
Special attention ghen to lltit and heuw
forging, hoiiH-, li! idge, railroad and lull tint k
and all work of ji similar rharaeter.
.Steam and ga Citing in nil Its branchi .
A full amortim lit of Mori Is, TasLer A C'
l'hlladelphla pipe and tlttlngi. Itrapsgood.
e'f;. and g.is tlxlures alwajs on hand,
'i"ii'iN(i or iiou.sk rou oa
MAliK. A KlTCIALTy.
Agent for Cuturrnn's aprehl tcam pump
and boiler feeder. 'J ho liest limnufMctured.
Coil's patent o photi pumps, and .ludjon't
patent governor and governor alc.
The lullowlng engine, i te lor sale :
Two fteainlmal engines, lis J inch bore ol
cylitnlel; lle lect troKn, nnd In good onlei.
One rtentiilio.it batt and crank; wiot Iron
Olio enijine lor hoMIng Irelght; 71A10.
One IO.W,iwmllleiigln., with shnit and
crank lorumly or gang caw, evoml band.
One new i.AI'J engine; my own manulai:.
lure.
Al'o, a n'Oiiil-luiiil Mmo Hitting iiid
chine aud Jointer, nnd warehouic holntlne
maohlue, In good order.
Engine; and machinery or all Mndb bought
and old.
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TlirSHOItrKST ROl.'TK to FOKTL'NK
$100,000 for only 2.50.
THE I.aKOEST KKTt'KN rOl,
TUB SMALLEST IN VASTMBNT.
GB.aAJtTJD
AVII.I. 11B Hr'l.I) A
'.EAVENWORTh KAI SAS
Doooiijbor axl XOVXJ.
EOK TUB:1II:nbH'I t'E A
.jl'YKNILE REFORM bCIIOOL.
40,000 Gi.ts,
S 4 s 0.0 o o
IN 1MUZK3.
Prlnciiml Prize $100,000,
consisting of tho sujiern palatial rcsiuciicc
blmoii Ahclcs, LVp-unsurpassed ns a private
dwelling In tho l.nlted States, being only t,
lew block tiom tho Court lIouso,Miirouml.
cd by inagtiillcent ground, oichards, gnr.
deiand vineyards. The building has been
only recently comi'leted with all the mod
rn Improvement).
PRIZE LIST.
1 il Prizes, Real Eatalo, SI 13,000
1 Cash Prize, . . lo.OOO
" 810,000 rieh( fi,7(ioo
" .0,0 no 10,000
" U.fiOO " 15,000
" 1,000 " f.9,000
" .r)00 " 20,100
" U00 L'0.000
I
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'20
ro
100
200
:.oo
liOS
1000
1 ins
:ji!.i.r)0
loo "
.10 "
'20 "
10
2,0000
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0,0000
22,000
'-'.'i0 1)1,11
10,000 Prize
81.10,000
I'he tltlo to the abovo reul ei.t,.t. I.,!,
intecd pel feet. h
Tho liberal terms of this aehflinn l,rl mrl. It
within the reacliol all tho greatest oppor
tunity ever ollered Tor the poor man to rise
to wealth.
PRICE OF TICKETS.
Hlnglo Tickets, $2.50 ; Elovon Tickets
26 0U; l'lfty-ilx Tickets, $125,00; One
Ilundrod and Eiftoonl.ickets, J2C0.00.
Tho ilrawltiL' will bn
porln tendencti of a commltteo appointed by
tho highest ollbiiiil in tt) o State, duly swuro
to tho laitllflll 110 - inimi-n of ll,f,,li,tU-
signed them.
Tim highest olllcii. inth oi City, County
and ntiuo Imvo not onlv endorsed Mr,
Ahelcs.hut ii so lil.i selii,nn
Iho demand lor tickets Is unparalleled,
and all desiring to participate Iu tho draw'
ng should at once (onu their clubs andsend
iu their orders.
A(ii:.VTK AVANTE! in all Stales, Cities,
d"s ow,lrtl" tho Ulltll Ktatcy andCaiml
USTMiiney hhould ho dent by lteglitcred
Letter. 1'. (). Order nrnvi,,,,..' ,n it'll..:... !
address ol tho purchaser fit plain wrltliuf
Lvory iiackage of 11 ticket has a cha ne
win nL"J!r i0fl' b,,t I""111'0' certain to
w n one, while ono porsou out of ovcry ten
who puiehaso a pacfiiigo ol 11 In bound to
win two prizes.
For further Inlornmilnn llllll tnpllAiil..a
send for circular to the Manager and I'rc
prietcr, aud addres's
MIA1UN A11KLEH,
l.eavenw iuii f .,
OAIRO AND PADUt'AH
BAIL IIOAT,
I tio splsudld slas'oMi
jas. piss:.
Dick Kowluh, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday esooptedl m
fp.in I-'or freight or passag apply on boat
r to .Jab. Mau.oky, Ag't
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