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LOCAL WIATH1R REPORT.
Oximm'iOrvicB, Cairo, ill., 1
March 25, 10:11 p.m., IWi.
Thermometer, W degrees.
WiadS. W. Velocity 8 milei per hour.
Matlmttm temperature lor iMt 24 hour,
Xlalam tseas erasure lor the laatM hours
3 deflate. 1
PrevaUlHtwlRd pit last 24 hour, H.
XoUl BtwUr of miles traveled by wind
during lut 24 hours, 210.
Observer Bicnal Service, U. 8. A.
1 TIME CARD.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL KAILKOAD.
TRAINS LRAVK CAIRO.
Mill at 2S!0 a.m., Dally.
Kxpraasat .....3:00 p.m.,
Freight at 4:(X) .m.,... except .Sunday
Kreightat 11:!5 a.m...... " "
freight at 4:00 p.m.,. .
ARRIVE AT CAIUO.
Mall at .2:15 a.m Dally
Eapress at..... .'2K& p.m.,.. ..except Sunday
Krelghtat, U:I6 a.m.,. ...except Monday
Freight at .7:10 p.m.. except .Sunday
Freight at..;.. 10:00 p.m......
io xq.-u. .iamks .loiiNBo.v. Agent.
THE CAIRO AND V1N0ENNES
t'Hiflar. or riai:.
' On and alter Kimdsy, Pebrtiary "l, 1874,
trains will run aa follows :
Cairo, leave ,';() a.m. Ti:or a.m.
Mound City, l iiv! 6:22 " Tii: "
Vienna, leawi ii:i:i " 8:27 "
llarrliburg, leav f:in " 11:1.1 "
Norrls City, li-ne :!.', " lat r.M.
Cannl. arrive ii-M " "SK "
Ciinul, leave 10:00 "
(irayvllle, leavr 10:40 "
Vlneenuea, leave 12:2.', I'.M.
. injunction, arrtve.l2:.i "
O. A: M. Junction, leave.. 7:J." a.m.
Vliu-tnnes, leave ItSt " 7:V) i-.m.
Mount Cannel.lcave.... 'h:J " M "
tlrayvllle, leave :1H " 10:17 "
Cannl, arrlvu 10:00 " llU "
Canal, leave 10:10 " 0:1!) a.m.
Norrln City, leave 10:44 " 7:18
llarrinburRb, leave 11:4.1 " 0:10
Vienna, leave 1:17 r.M. 12:1.M.m.
Mound Cltv, leave 2:42 " .1:10 "
Cairo, arrive :i:03 " H:tO "
MOUND CITT ACCOUMOPATIOR.
Leave Cairo at 11:30 a.m. and 0:15 p.m.
Leave Mound City at 125 p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
Freight trains ston over nlclit at Cannl:
run from there an mixed train, lent In;; at
tX a.m.: leaving Viucennet at 7 tun. the
r" pvi'ii ni' uir rpnini inn.
At Cairo with the J!l"I"lppl Central,
Mobile an p Ohio, fur all polnti otit; Cairo,
Arkanxa and Texae, Tor all point'. In Arkan
sas and Texan.
At Vlncennec Indianapolis and Vlnctnnei
railway I or Indianapolis and all point north,
ait and west; with Kvansvllle and Craw
fordivlUe railway forKvansvUle,Terra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all polnta north, eaat
and watt; with Ohio ana Mississippi rail
way for St. Louis, Louisville, Cincinnati and
all points eaat and west.
At Morris City crowing the Springfield
and Illinois Southeastern railway.
L. W. Palmrr, Oen'l Hup't
E. P. "VTilsow, Qea'l Passenger, Act.
CAIRO, ARKANSAS AND TEXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
The shortest and only direct routo (rom
Cairo to Jaokaonport, Little Rock, Hot
Springs, Fulton, and all points In Arkansas
and the Southwest, and Galveston, Houston,
Dallas, Austin and all points In Texas
TWKLVE HOUB8 IN ADVANCE OF
ANY OTHKK ROUTE.
Through ticket, through hills of lading,
and Information as to freight, rates, pas
senger fare, connections, etc., can be ob
tained at the company's dice In Winter's
block, corner of Seventh street and Com
Hacks will call at private residences and
hotels for passengers, when orders are left
Elegant Pullman palace sleeping cars on
sil night trains.
Train ran dally, (Sundays excepted) from
the Cairo Office as follows :
Leave Qreenfleld'8... .0:83 a m and 4:05 p.m.
Aralve at Greenfield's.. 0:17 a m and3:3Sp.m.
RXPRKS8 RUNS DAILY
Loaves Greenfield's 200:p. m,
Arrive at Greenfield's 1:40 p.m.
D. Axtrll. Chief Engineer.
JN12W AIJ VxirvTloriMriiN lo
Athennum 2 Days Only
Friday and NatRrday March 27 & 28.
From London, England.
Doa't fail to witness tho
ReproiCBtlng MIHou'h Dewcrlptlon of
j AND THE
GARDEN OF EDEN!
0Qrand Family Matinee each alTornoon
fortho little folk. Children 10cj Adults 28c.
DR. W. J5LAUW
B udcrs Block (upstairs) corner 8tb Btro
ana Tvainingion Avenue.
90-31-tf. CAIRO, ILJjINOIS.
DR. M. HOWARD,
feySICIAN & SUGEON.
nCE-COUNER OOMMJCBCXAIi AV.
AMD SIXTH STREET.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TO HRCUHK TI1R IKsKRTION OV AN AN
KOUMCKMKMT I.'v'.TMKBUU.KrNTnK rUBLt.
CATION YKK HVVt', BK PAID WHEN Till
ANNOUNCEMENT 1H ITANDED IN. TllIB KUI.R
WILL BR STRICTLY ADHRKED TO. CITY
OFFICE T J WARD OFFICEKfl,
KOH CITV CLKIIK.
We arc authorized to nnnounco Michael
.J, Howler at a candidate, for rc-clectlon to
thoofllroof City Clerk, at the approaching
Editor Hui.i.rtin : You will please on
nounco that I am n candidate for the office
ofclly clerk nt tho ensuing charter election.
220-3-12-td AV. K. Hawkins.
FOIl CITV TKEAHUKEIt:
.Mil. Kditoh: lly rripicft ofn number of
cltl.ciit pleaie nunounrn my name! us a can
dldnto for the office of City Treasurer at the
ensuing charter election.
fII CITY ATTOIINKV.
We uli! authorized to announce that 11.
WaUon Weld, Is a randldutc for re-election
to the ollli'c of i Ity attorney nt the rn-ulng
Wanted A cook. Apply ut Thk
Uut.LiTiK office. tf
Tho Ohio rlvor rom a llltlo over lour
lnoles yoltorday. Thoro was conildora
Lie drift panlng down.
U.K. Doyle, of the well. known boot
and ill no firm of Applulon, Noyio & Oo ,
of .St. Louli, li in tho city.
Cupt. Wright, who hbout one month
ajo started bn a huiineas trip through the
East and South, Las returned.-
Mr John Sommers, a well-known
business man of Mew Madrid, was In the
city yeiterday purchasing goods.
The foundation of Mr. Wm, Kluge's
business bouse, at the corner of Commer
cial avenue and Sixth stroot, has been
laid and tho brick work will be pushed
forward with all possible haste.
Just received and for sale cheap.
100 boxes oranges;
100 boxes lemons;
25 barrels swoet potatoes;
10 barrels new turnips.
272.8-26- Math cas Uni..
Largo Invoices of bis new goods are
already arriving still larger ones are on
the road ; and he extends a general invi
tation to all his friends to call and exam
ine bis stock, as he tikes a great deal of
pleasure In showing goods, whether sales
are made or not. 201 3-20-tf
It ha been settled, and the time and
place agreed upon. The race will come
off on Saturday afternoon on the track
above Thlrty-tourth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. Both
horse are said to be ia excellent condi
tio and the ra:e promise U be a lively
Mr. Wm. BichbofT, at the furniture
factory, corner Seventeenth street and
Washington avenue, has just received a
new lot of children's wagons and bug
gies, which be is prepared to sell at as
tonishingly low prices. Persons desiring
ta purchase such articles will do well to
give him a call. 2C7 3-24-Ct
Prominent among the arrivals at the
Bt. Charles yesterday were: R N Ray,
Pittsburg; Loe Sanders, Quitman, Missis
sippi; R M Bmith, Columbia, Missouri;
Miis Rosa Ashmeade, Macon, Illinois; J
W Pine, and D R Hardin, Chicago; M S
Houts, St. Louis; N C Savage, and Robert
Hanken, St. Leuis; John F Owyer, St.
Charles, Missouri; A W Schneider, Mew
Mr. Leo Klob is ready for business
again. Though tho storm wrecked hit es
tablishment pretty badly, and made it
necessary for him to close up for a few
days, he baa overcome all obstacle and is
on hand again prepared to supply bis old
friends and customers, and all the rest of
mankind,'witb tho best of bread, pics and
eakos. Give him a call. 201 3-2l-3t.
Col. Taylor arrived in Cairo on
Tuesday afternoon at about 2 o'clock, by
special train from EfSnghan. Having
missel connection with the train on the
Illinois Central on Tuesday, he chartered
anenglnoand car, and came through to
Cairo in double quick time, tba run
from Kllingham to Cairo being nmdo in
a littlo over four hours. When tho
colonel arrivol at home, he found that
Mrs. Taylor was much better.
An old man known as Paddy, while
passing Mr. Burger's store last night, took
it into his boad that Mr. a, was, as Paddy
expressed it "putting on too much style,"
and he walked out into the street, picked
up a stone, and without a word deliber
ately threw it through one of tho fino (bow
windows. OUlcors Shooban and Martin
capturod Paddy, and whan asked why ho
had broken the window bo said became he
thought "thoy were putting on too many
airs In thoro." Paddy was taken to Jail.
Wm. Eblers wishes to inform thepub-
llo that ho has Just rocelved a large stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, and be can there
fore warrant all bis work to bo of not only
tbo best manufacture, but of tho very
best material, Any one who desire fine
Boots. Shoes or Gaiters will find It to
their interost to call on Mr. Ehlen at hi
shop, 20th street, and examine bis stock
and stylos beforo ordering oliowhere.
DIED At his residenoe In this city
at one o'clock yesterday afternoon , Nloh
,olas Wllhelm Artur Janes Van Kas
Schmallenberg. Tbo deceased was an old
citizen of Cairo, and highly esteemed by
those who knew him. The funeral will
take place from the residence at 10 o'clock
to-morrow. The remains will be taken to
tba German Lutheran eburcb, wher tba
services will be conducted by tho Rev. O.
Duerschntr. After tba services tba
remains will be taken to the 'seven-mlle
burying ground for interment.
Prom a dispatch published in this
morning's Boli.itiv, It will be isen that
Lir.zl Rom, chamber aiaU of th,lll.fatd
steamer Oreeeeat CHy', aad'hsr skull friie
lured. Her little boy escaped unhurt.
The same dispatch says that Clarence
Adsit, one Of the cabin boys, was killed.
It wss oxpected that the City or Vioks
burg, on whloh all the crew of the Cres
cent City, including the wounded, who are I
being taken to St. Louis, would arrive
her at about midnight last night, but up
to me time of our going to press this
morning she had not yet arrived.
At aboat on o'clock yesterday the
dry-houie of the Cairo box and basket
factory was discovered to b or fire.
There was a brisk wind blowing at the
time, and this, added to tba fact that tba
lire companies were delayed in reaching
the ground, gavo the firo such headway
as to rendor it imposslblo to save any por
tion of the dry-houio. A gentleman
interested in the box factory informs us
that the dry -home was valued at $2,600,
and that the loss of lumbor, etc, would
amount to about $1,000, making the total
lots $3,600. What amount, if any, of
insuranco thoro was on tho property we
were unable to loam.
All persons are notlHed that I will pay
only such bills as I give a writton order
for. C. It. WoonwAiiu.
Wo havo received on consignment a
large lot of tewing machines in perfect
ordnr, which wo will cell at bankrupt
pricei. J. j. Piiiu.iH & .Son.
FLAT IIDATI'OK SAI.K.
Forialoanew flat boat, !0 ioet lone
and 18 feet wld. She can bo seen at tho
bank noar Halliday a warehouse, where
she Is lyinc. For particulars annlv on
the boat. 2733-25-31
Ten pounds of brown sugar for $1; 8
pounds best cofl'ee sugar at $1; 2) pounds
of choice butter at $1; baking powder 45c
per Id, imperial tea at 91; potatoes 30
cents per peck; 3 lbs coffee $l,at Wilcox's
Block. 107 2-4-lm
All kinds of apple and pear trees ot
tho finest varieties, all grafted, four years
old and will bear fruit next yoar, are for
sale at the court house saloon. They will
be delivered to order. Call early and
make your selections. Lamub & Bakrr.
Two Batteries of two Boilers, each 24
feet long, 2 inch Dram, 2 14 inck Flue
with fir front. Mud and Steam drum
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
Britchln. all complete, and in drst-chua
orderf; been used only three saontks. Wat
prioe, etc., Inquire of 3. T. Bbxhik,
0-23-tf. Vulcan Iren Works.
ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS.
W have a Parker Brother Breeoh
Loading Gun, gun and outfit valued at
one hundred dollars, which we offer for
sale for eighty dollars. The above is one
of their best decarbonized guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Enquire for ono week at Tns
Bulletin Office. tt
Frank Kratkv desires that the public
should know that ho is prepared to deliver
bread of good quality and quantity, for
llltlo money, in any part of the city.
Give him your orders, and then look out
by which he will deliver to you the staff
of life. 271-3-i'C-lm
I will sell my entire stock of the beet
of Beef, Fork, Veal, Mutton, Poultry,
Butter, Eggs, Lard, Irish Potatoes, Sweet
Potatoes, Apples, Flour, Meal, Spiced
Beef, and the best of Corned Beef. The
sale will commenco at & o'clock in the
morning and contlnuo until nine at night
each day for nine months, Sundaya ex
cepted. I havo also 180 acres of the best
of cotton land to soli or exchange for Cairo
property. I also want several good agents
to sell fruit trees. All of tho above will
be explained by calling on S. Patterson,
earner of Ninth and Walnut streets, as
thero is tho placo tho salo of tho moat and
vogetabloa will bo mado. 92 1-31-lm.
Cairo, Ills., Jan. 39, 1874.
Milk Waqon. I will commence run
ning a milk wagon on Monday morning
February 23. 1 will continue it all sum
mer, and rospoctfully solicit your patron
age. aiiilc will bo dellvored to any one
In the city, dailymorning and ovonlng,
Ordora may be given to tho driver of the
wagon or left at my ico stand, No 81 Ohio
leveo. (Jforqe Yocum.
The barber sliop is ou ho corner ot
Eighth stroet and Commercial avonuo
whero J. George Sttonbouso with his gen
tlemanly assistants can be found at any
hour of the day or night, roadv to soothe
your feelings with, a smooth shave, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-class shop, and you aro
sure of roceiving first-clan treatment.
Ladies' and children's hair cut or curled
after the moa approved styles. 8-lS-tf
We have somothlng new In the way of
half-sheet posters, which wo think are
just the thing for the sprlag trado. They
consist of six different designs, litho
graphed, with mortises and margins for
printing. Two oi the cuts are suitable
lor any business ; tho other four for boots
and shoes, photographers, druggist and
dry goods. We have but one hundred of
each cut, and will furnish them printed at
Cincinnati prices. We have also some
fanoy cards. Tbo "language of flowers,'
ten designs; "Bequet," twelve designs;
'Opera," four designs and "Comlo" cards
twenty-four designs which we furnish
printed at $10 to jf 12 per M, Cincinnati
prices. Who wants them? Don't all
speak at once. 103.3-lD.3t
For Balk $2,000 ia city scrip. For
sal in quantities to auit the purchaser
A??Ly-lo n- T. Giroulv.
DAILY BPLLET1N.THUR8DAY, MARCH 26, 1874.
nd departures for the 24 hours ending at 0
Vt iu. vivuiu ;
Steamer Gracey, Columbus
" Fisk, Paducah
" Arkansas Belle, Evansvllle
" Future City, St. Louis
" John A. Scudder, New Orleans
" Belle Memphis, Memphis
" Raven, St. Louis
' John H Bigley, Memphis.
Sleamor F. P. Gracey, Columbus
" . James Ftsk, Paducah
11 Arkansas Bell, Evansvllle
Future City, New Orleans ,
Rover, St. Louis
John A. Scndder, St. Louit
Bello Memphis, St. Louis
J, II. Bigley, St. Louli.
The Ohio rlvAr rose a little ovor four
inches yesterday. There wai considerable
drift afloat, Indicating that the rile will
contlnuo for a few days longer. Thero Ii
no chango iu tha condition of the .Minii
slppi. The woathcr was ploaiant, and
tho lovco anil whitrf was full of iJlo poo-
pie. Uusinoi wa extremely dull.
The Arkansas lljtlu brought 125 bbli.
poWtoei for St. Lulls Tbo. lift) Kilk
brouplil out flr trip Tho Jno.
A. Sruddor lias IM tmlva mo,; 100 pick
ages merchandise; 18, bbls potutooi; 70
bunches bananai; COO boxes hcrringr; 25
casks soda; 1 TG bbls rico; 37 lilid) tugnr;
.'.'J bbil molanfs; 1,700 boxj orange and
lemons; 128 bundles bngs for St I.uuU.
.Tim Uovur look up ttiu remaining
portion of her tow hero Tho S. II.
Bigley arrived with a tow of empty bar-
gos from Memphis, and takes tbreo
barges coal to St. Louis.
Second-hand clothing, watchoi, lowclry,
pistols, xc, bought and sold. Alio a lot
Brussels' carpet, furniture, its., for salo.
Opposite Cairo and Vlncennes railroad
depot. 188 2-27-tf M. Cov.vk
For Salt: on ExcnAPox A Farm
near Villa Ridge good house and young
orchard. Inquire at this office or addreis
T. B. Faum.v,
211.3-17-tf Ullin, Ills.
Attxhtior Fakubr. Wo have a
small lot of tho Urio moveable point
steel plows, which we aro now ofTorlng at
cost to close them out.
Bekrwart, Ortii & Co,
lm 13C Commeicial avenue.
Mr. Rumiiold Is prepared to iilkacii
and rxxss hats and bonnets In the most
approved style, and in a ma&nor to give
entire satisfaction. Call at her residence
on Fifteenth street between Walnnt and
Osdar. 239 3-15-tf.
Tux lajuikst stock of bird cages, toi
let sets, water coolers, bath tubs and a
general stock of tinware stores over of
fered In Cairo may be found, cheaper than
the cheapest, at C. W. Henderson's, No.
190 Commercial arenuo. 238 3-14-lm.
Notior Is nereby glvon that I will pay
no bills for goods sold to any of the em
ploye of Thr Cairo Bollxtiv, either
or themselves or for tho uso of tho office
unlese the samo are furnished on an order
igned by Mr. Burnett or myself.
12-20-ly Jonir H. Obxrlt,
For Rent. The brick house situated
corner Third street and Commercial ave
nue. The houso has boon put in good re
pair throughout and Is well arranged for
a hotel or boarding house, alto rooms to
ronton Third stroet, Inquire of Wm.
McIIale, No. C, Winter's block.
Go to C. W. IIkndkksom's, 100 Com
mercial Avenue, for the celebrated "Char.
tar Oak," "May Flowery or other cooking
stoves, tin and hollow ware, water coolers,
bath tubs, etc., etc. If you want tho best
wood stoves, buy the "Charter Oak" ; the
best coal stove, buy the "May Flower."
237-3-1 4 -dim
Uwimo to tbo bard times and tho In
ability of many of the suffering to visl
the Natioral Surqical Institute at
Indianapolis, Indiana, three of tho Sur
geons of tho Institute havo yielded to
urgont solicitations, and will visit Cairo,
stopping at the St. Oharlos hotel, Tuesday
and Wednesday, March 24th and 2Sth,
1874, with all kinds of surgical appara
tus and appliances, and fully proparod to
treat such cases as may call upon them
for relief, thus saving the pationt a long
journey-to the Home Institution, Thoy
will come especially propared to treat all
Surgical cases; Paralysis; all kinds of
deformities of tbo Face, Spine, nnd limbs;
Disoasod Joints; Diseased Eyes; Catarrh;
Private Diseaios; Piles; Fistula, Ac. No
cases will be undertaken without a fair
bopo ot relief. Prices will be modorado.
It Is needless to say that this Institution
is entlroly responsible, and the largest and
most popular of the kind In . America"
curing thousands of cases annually.' Como
the first day, if possible, as a great crowd
will be thoro. Kkmxmiikr this time and
l'LACE. Send to the Institute for a circu
lar. 220-3-12-eod.ot w-lt
BOOK MR7 IMC St.
1 i k . if ' a s p r
Dorner Twelfth street and Washington Avs
J. C. HUELS,
(Late of St. Loul,)
BOOK BINDER AND 11LAM BOOK
MANUFACTUUkIR , .
BLANK BOOKS of vry description don
with ReaRse and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice , Bibles, .Music,
Hevaxtnes and Periodical bound neat and
turn Inwul noaatbla rates.
County work, such as Records, Docket
Fee Books, Blanks, etc.. made a specialty.
Boxes, PoekotBMk,iCnveoBa, e to., made
to oraer. r il jt i .u-24t -
Extends a cordial invitation
to all those who wish to save
their money and get "value
received" for what thev do
spend, to his largo stock of
Jbino Clothm-', boutrht lately
at prices unknown to "country
dealers'' Having n resident
partner in ev York a
gentleman of long experience
and a most extensive-acquain
tance aniony; JUclronolitan
Clothiers, gives ua advantages
for buying at tho lowest notch.
A "country dealer" (such they
call them in New York), goes
to market with the right idea,
goods lower than last yoar,
but he is unacquainted, with
those whoso "shoo pinches"
badly ; and of course has to
pay "tho same old price."
Then thero are a great many
who go to St. Louis, Chicago
and Cincinnati to buv their
Boot and shoe maker, Twen h street, be
tween Washington avenue and Poplar
street, Is prepared to make boots anu shoeB
In the latest and most lashlonable styles.
He will make them to order, old or new
styles to suit customers, out of the b;; -and
freshest stock, of which he always, has ta
good supply on band from .which to make
selections. All fitting of boot and shoes
made by Mr. Thiers Is done in his own shop
no foreign fitting belnir used by film.
Give him a call, and he will give you satls-
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
A ho says he will pay 8500 for a caool
C'atnrrahhe falls to cure. Wolcott'H Cat
arrliAunlhlUtor has cured thou-ands who
would havo perished without It, and my
K;m nui ri'iuru inu money io any purcna
er who trie a bottlo and is not bcuellltcd.
Did you ever try WOLCOTT'S PAIN
PAINTr By itsuc Bums never blister;
It stops Headache, Toothaeho and Neuralgia
within tlvo minutes, or money refunded.
i. Uoldhmimii. t or. 12lh A Locust it., Is
ray agent, it. L. WoLCOrr. 2l--iV8v.
OBSTACLES TO MARKf AGE
Happy rener for young men from the ef
fects ot errors anil abuses In early life. Man
hood restored. Impedimenta to marriage
removed. Mew method of treatment. New
and remarkable remedies. Books and clr
tulars sent free, in seated envelopes. Ad
dress, Howard Association, No. 2 South
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. an institu
ton having a high reputation for honorable
j duet and profeaaional skill. 110-8 ilAwSm
ATTENTION RAO DEALERS.
SPINNING PAPER STOCK CO.,
114 Chestnut Street,
NT. I.OUIM, HO.
PAY THE HIGHEST CASU PRICKS,
7 cts. per lb for Soft Woolen.
.1 etc. por lb for Wool Carpet.
1 ii-4 cts. por !b for Wool Blankots.
i! 1-4 cts. por lb for Old Cloth.
Want Cotlon Bags, Old Book and
Waste Papor. 1 C5 3-21-3w.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lroixizrd bt Statr Authority ard
Dsu.wr ir Public ir St. Louis.
Grand Single M umber Soheme.
Class O, to iik Dhawn March ill, 1874
6,880 Prlzos, Amounting to $300,000,
1 Prise or.
eon PrtMa or...-...j 100
e or....-, i,ooa
e of........ aoe
' Of...., sou
as of....... aoo
as 11 or......... iso
ISO of...... lbO
600 01........ 10
l " ui ....
Tickets 10; Half Tlokets, In; Quarter
. Tlokets, 9 60.
Our lotteries er ohirMrtd by th BtaU. aro
always drawn at tbo Urn samod, and all draw
Inn aro undar Ute auptr'lsioa of sworn com
Thnmo'lai drawlnx will M pabllohad In tho
St, Louis pap and py of, drawing asnt to'
Durchaasra of tlokots.
Ve will draw a simitar sehatnatbo lut day ol
overy month during tbo yoar lsrt,
Ktmiiat our rlk by eeetoflco monor orde
rtslitercd lottor, draft or iprMS. Mend tor ot
ruV. Addreis. MURRAY. MILLBR 00.
V. O. box 9U. r, , 41. Loots. Ma.
PH ' i 1 1 "l r
BISMIB, BRO., ft CO.,
AORNTR HOKB OOTTOH MlLU
MO. 86 Oslo Levee, Cafro,
Vim red Harcti SI. lint,
CITY NATIONAL DANK, CA1BO
a ii aivrnim t.i.i... .
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. UYSLOP, Seoretary and Tn
r: it. bibout,
K. II. Btoouutd,
R. II. Ouiataoaiw,
Paci. O. beam,
a. V. Hauioxt,
j. a. rntujn
DepoalSa of ujr Asaoatsis RseslTed traaa
Ten tJeaSa Upwards.
TKTKRE8T caid on danoalta at tha rat ot nx
X. poroant. por annum, Marob 1st and Boptom
nor lm. Intfrtnol withdrawn la added I turns.
1 lately to tha pnnolpal of the deposits, tkoreby
ai in .ueiu uumpguDU iQivrva.
If ARRIRD WOMRR AMD OBILDRRV MAT
so that o oaa sua oaa dbaw it.
Open orerj buslnasa dar from s a.m. to a p.m.,
and Baturdar rrr..aM tor BAVIMO DKPOBITt.
sal;, from s to s o oiooit,
W. HTBLOP. Troamiror.
THE CITY NATIONAL
Wl P. UALJ.1DAT, PretMontt
IIKNRT It- BALLIDAT, Vloe-1'resMrnl
A. B. BAFFOItD, Oanhlor)
WALTKR 1IYHLOP, Aoalittn Oathlai-
Htiats Tailob, Itoaaut U. Ci'mikuuaii,
Uaaar L.Uiuiiiat, W. I'. Haimdat,
Qao. D. Wiiuamiioii, HTariitN ltiau
A. II. HArronu.
BKoIntBSTtt, (loin nnd UnlSmI ntatea
Honda Honilit nnil Nolil.
DKP09ITB ruoalrod, and a ncneral batxklna
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
It. W. Millrk, ProHldont.
1. 11. I'm i.irs. Vlcu-l'mnUlont.
OriAtt. CDNHlNiiliAM, Ctshior.
aOIiLKOTIONH l'KOMl'TLY MAl)K.
EXOHidK, ootn, Uuk noU and Va4
-i ! Allowau TIiim DepoalSa
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
FK1CHU Sil'ItlNfl HTVI.KX.
MJtS. M. JACKSON
(Formerly. Mrs. B wanders,)-
aunounces that sho uasJ)ustopened a largo
assortment oi tba
6 .- -
NTCWKST: . -
Mllllnerr Uoods to to lound in the market
She will keep on hand
Hats, Bonkrts, Flqwicrs, IUrrorb,
Drrss Triuuiros or ALt'KiHsa,
LIdim Furhisiiimo .Goods, Notions,
Antl ail KOOaa iuuuu in luiuiuvry vvuivv, mi
ol which will bo disposed ot at the lowest
cash prtoos. Mrs. Jackso respeolfulljr
asks a contlruatleof the pataonage which
has been so llbi'tally bestsowed upon her br
the ladles of Cairo ad Rio vlrlnttv.
stock, which is small for
spring, and pay two prolltt,foir
tho manufacturers in those
places bought their piece
goods for spring sale last fall,
not getting tho benefit o'fJay
Cooke's troubles. Mr. Farn
baker pays bis solo attention
to buying; and being well ac
quainted knows where bar
gains aro to be found. Of
co'iive every mordiant will
tell yon 'lio buys the cheap
est," but in business as in life,
"judge :i man by the company
lie keeps." Karnbaker the
Clothier asks for nothing un-lo-s
you think ho deserves it.
15yt)plo have not tho least
idea how goods havo fallen.un
til the examine a stock bought
lately at "bottom prices."
A small quantity of our
.spring stock lias already ar
rived. gokrimior Msuumajrn.
C. J. ATRRS
AYEB3 ft C
GENERAL COMMISSION MIIOHARI
No. 7H Lrtrs.OkwOatrr,Xur.
COFFBX, HABBISON k COn
(Successors to D. Kurd Sam.)
FLOUR), IK AIM AHRt BAT.
No 03 Ohio Levee, OAIRQ, ILLg.
II. A. Thorns ju o, xkaaa
THOM8 & BROTHER,
Succesosrs to II. ILHulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKIBS
stsaple ausel fuir Hrex ,
Foreign and Dosaestlo
F'K.-rjrxrra mstd isrcrrm
NEW YORK BTOjUS,
WHOLESALE AND SITATJU.
LARORST VARIRTT STOflX XV TBI
GOODS SOLD YIXT OLOM.
Oorsaev of Rllaaieasisa)
O. O. PAT1SB
Dit. (i. K. Douai.Af), being dcterroiacd to
vxi-ell In ovrry Duutal operation, haaiw
ntfil uml refurnUlicil bis Dental Parlors, No,
7, i:if,'litlt struct, nnd Is now recelvtag frosa
S. S. AVhlto A Johnson, of Philadelphia,
Kciiil-H i'tKly, tho largent and finest asaort
nu nt of Dentil Goods ou-r offered ta this
city, and ao i;ooi ns can be found la the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
X.ulo aspoclallty.not any of the soft, RUsera-
tlo, spiuipD wora mat urope oui, ibbtibc
teoiit mi, nmi, uiscoiorea, ana onea ue
I'l-rfect OoUlen flems put In m solid and
dunililo us tlio Hiueltcd metal Itself.
spvclitl atlentloa trlvea to the treatRMRt ot
Jhllilren's Teeth. Parent by hariM their
Chllron'n Tenth examined oosasioRasJy,
tvould Havo them much sufferliur and de-
rormlty In after years.
Dr. Donslas also gives Particular stieatiOR
rlirlit to uso UK. uyati's i-atsuix uyi
ltUllHER COMBmATION PXA'
which lias boon tliorougnir wwea aw
proved by tho best Dentists in JEaa
bovond a doubt, tho best and Smart
clnl pbtouow in use,
iVuth extracted without pain by tha aa
. . . . t . i . . - , j
where Judiciously odiulnlateratL
17D-tr O. E. DtWRH.Ui
Street, betweea WuWXIm m