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INSURANCE.
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KsTAiIMBIIED 1833.
NOIil CENTRAL 11 A' UOAD,
IIIAIN8 LXAVK CAtJt
U :8 A.m., Dally
ma 30 D.m
lit 4:00 A.m.,...cxctpt Sunday
in ai n:i a.rn.,,,,. "
Utat 1:00 p.m.,.,.
ARRIVE AT CAIItO.
it j.iiv n in rt.n..
.-... .... I I I l.'IIJ
si at .'2.-06 p.m.,. ...except Sunday
lit at 0:15 a.m., except Monday
lit At .7:10 p.m except Hunday
,nt at lu.-oo p.m
'2-17-tf. Jambs Johnson. Agent,
CAIRO AND V1N0KNNES
RAILROAD.
ohansk or riHK.
and alUr Sunday, February 1874,
will run aa followi :
aoimi NoiiTit.
Pnsscnfier,
Frrluht.
i leave Um a.m. fi:or a.m.
l City, leave U-.'ii " t:3.'i "
la, leave (i:i:i " 8:517 '
sburg, leave Htlfl " 11:1.') "
(Jlty, leave U:l." " 1::i i-.m.
I, nrii " "
I, leave 10:00 " 4:1.1 a:m.
vlllc, leavr 10:10 " r.:.V. "
lCArini-1, leave. ...JU'a " 7:0s "
nne, leave 12:2.i lM. OrJO '
I . .1 1 1 1 1 ct I on , nrrl vc.l U "
(101X0 MOUTH.
I'amcnsfr. F.rclghl.
d. junction, leave
iitif, leave ....
t Curmi ), leave..
. ilia a.m.
SKI "
7:00 1M.
... H:Tt "
... MM "
...10:) "
.10:10 "
..10:44 "
...ll:l-l "
... 1:17 r.M,
J:I'J "
ii-ai "
11:00 "
10:17 "
11::I "
(;:!.' a.m.
7:IS "
lt:10 "
12:1s P.M.
:i:IO "
:i:lo "
vlllc, leave,...
I, arrive
I, leave
City, leave...
siiurgn, leave.
lift, leave ....
ul City, leave..
arrive
HOUND CITT ACC'OUMOt'ATIOH.
Cairo at n:.Hi a.m. Ami km D.m
e Mound City at 11:3ft p.m. and 0:10 p.m.
iL'httrulni Atop over tilutit at Carini;
from there us mixed train, leaving al
n ,u lavlllf Vlllll'lllie Ml 7 II. III. till
evening mr return irip.
CONNKCIION.
Cairn with the MN,iipl Central,
U aiip Ohio, for all point-- iut; Cairo,
I n'... r..- ..II ....I.Y- 1.. I -......
lllu inn ,r.;i-, 101 .in jnniin in .i i nun'
lid Texas.
Vlnccnncs: lndlanspollsand Vlncenncs
lay lor jnnianapouii atiu an points norm,
and went; with Kvansvllle and Craw
ivlllc railway for Kvaimvllle.Tcrra Haute,
vllle, Chicago and all point north, east
went; w Itti Ohio mid Mississippi rail
for bt. Louis. lutiUvllle, Cincinnati and
Mntm n..t ntiif wn.l
t Norrls City crossing the Springfield
J 111 -toll Southeastern railway.
L. W. Palmkr, Oen'I Hup't.
, 1'. Wilion. Uen'l FAUongor, Agt.
3M3-tf
IM), ARKANSAS AND TKXAS
AND CAIRO AND FUL
TON KAILKOADS.
he shortest and only direct route from
ro to Jaokaonport, Little Hock, Hot
-ingi, Kulton, And all points In Arkansas
1 the Southwest, And (Salvetton, Houston,
llai. Auttln ami all nnlnU In Tc.as
V7KL.VK UOUIIS IN ADVANCK OK
Y OTHKB KOUTK.
inrougu iickcui, uirougo uiu ui lauiny.
a mrormauon aa to ireigm rate, pas
nger (are, connection, etc., can he ob-
ned at the couipany'a elllce in v inter
jck, corner of Seventh atrcel and Com-
jrcial uvetmo.
Hacks will call at Diivate residences and
iteli for passengers, when orders are left
time.
Klesant l'ullman nalaie ulcetitnif can on
I night trains.
1.ln. ,., Hallw rUnn.l.v. t. v .....it i.i 1 1 from
Cairo uinoe an lonuwa :
I'ASKNtiKlt.
caves Cairn. We n. m.
tip. (irccnfiuliU. 4:0.'in. in.
irriwn w ijii:ciimi.ih..iw
I I ! A..t,.l.l j II. "II .. ...
KXrittSS DAILY EXCKl'T sl NDAY.
.raves i.airo, i j i in.
j.!ivi. r.roonllelil. l:0."i I). III.
. . .. . . . .i.i- .. ...
irTlTea ai ureeiiiieiu, ..w . i.i.
KUKICtHT, DAILY KXCKl'T SCNOAY
.mvm Cairn. MM a. m.
.eaVn urvrlineiu, io:uii a. m.
rriMs at (Ireentlcld, 12SJ.J p. in.
1). AXTBIX. Chief Kntflneer
lilWYIlIN,
WILLIAM J. AlJiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
, w i
OAIBO, ILLIWOIB.
Olfljeovor ITlnit National bank. 3-ll-3ni
SAMUEL P. WIIEKLKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOHAT LAW
CAIBO, ILLINOIS.
OfflcA ovjr nrt National bank. 8-IMm
John U.Mulkey.
MULKBY
WtllAm C. Mulkey
& SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIRO, ILLINOIB.
Oflloo: Klchth stroct, botweon Commer
clAl and WMBlngton Avenuoa.
6-1 tf.
UHEEN & GILUEKT,
ATTOKNBYfa
OOUNflKLOKH AT LAW,
William B. QUbert, OAlKO, II I.IMUIH.
Miles r.UUberl, J
MTflpMtal atUstioa Rltea to Atlmli.lti oJ
liaAIAvoas DiMintitM.
friOS OHIOlV,00IB 7 AWtJ BnVS
niTlIOtl, MSWir
I'lIYSICIAHH.
, IWVWSIVWVI
O.W. UUNNINO, M. D
MKS1DKNCE corner Nlnlli and Walnut
Jirppii. oillcc corner Sixth atrect and
nhlolevco. Olllco hours IrotaO a. m., to
;a m., ami Op. m
II. WAHDNKK, M. 1.
II. G. STALKER; M. D.
Office nnd residence 111 Commercial Avo
next door to tho Atlieneum. lo-tl.
DR. M. HOWARD,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
nvwinKrrniiNKlt COMMKUCIAIj AV
AND SIXTH 8THKET,
ItKHIDKNrSovelltll Mrei'l. bi'twecii
Vimhlngtou Av. und WiilllUt Stivcl.
202-3-aHf
DR. W. iiLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Juilcts llltck (upHailt) (fii.tr tlL Biro
And wttBlilugiou i-vuuue.
30-31-tf.
OAIKO, ILLINOLS.
JOHN H. OBERLY EDITOR;
TBLMAPHJ.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
WASHINGTON.
THE
DISTRICT RING
VESTIGATION.
IN-
Kvidcncc i'or tlio Dernsc
DciiiK Heard.
TIIK
lO.STMASTKIt-(li:NKUAL UlhKS
TO KXl'LAIX.
WaiiiinokjX, April 28. Tho district
itivettlgallon voininitto to-day bej;nn hear
ln( tli 11 nviJonco for tliu defence. .Samuel
l'rltuliie, of the Urm of .Sperry Je l'rlt-
chlc, of Talmagu, (., was ivvorn and tettl
tlud that the plpu tuwura furnLliod by his
Brrn to the public worki win at lower
figures than was vharM thu cities of
Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Itoclieiter,
Cincinnati nnd other cilluj.
Moioi Kolloy tcitlll'td that in lil eatiac-
Ity m caihier of tho Nal'onul Mnlropoll
tan bank ho had advanced money tn thu
contractors on district ivcutities at H per
cent interest nnd holding the eccuritici at
calliilrnl; but bo bad never purclmied cer-
tlllcatcs outright und that ho bad no ar
rangement witli thu board of public
werks with ruferenco to the redemption of
certificates then advanced upon, but said
that thu batik took its chances for tbo pny-
merit, llu denied that bo Imd ever en
tered into conspiracy with ICilbourn and
others for tho purpoio of controlling con
tracts.
John Kidwell, charged with being ono
of tho conspirators to lucuro district con
tracts, deniei that bo bad ever en
tered into Mich conspiracy and knew
othmc of its distance. llettatel that
bo was pruillentof seven iand.tone com
psnies and that ho hud furnished only
about J3,000 for ttono to tto board o'f
public works. Thu company hud sold to
Jnnes & Collins, contractors under tho
board, about $10,000 worth of stone but
upon tbi, liowcver.ho said, there bad been
no prntit as part of tho money was paid
In district (crip.
Kx-Governor Cook denied his connec
tion with any orgaru.od canspiracy ton-
euro or control contracts, lie aid not
know Kev. Calvin Brown cf Kitinnd, nor
did ho know thnv wero operating to socuro
DcUolyor and .McCllan the contract, no
knew that Chittenden carnally interested
him by Huntington, who at tlm time told
tho witnM tint Chittenden was enJoav
oring to securo tho contract for DcfJolyer
nd ilcUulImi. x ho witnoM told Hunt-
inton ho wa not interested in Chitlen-
den' LuMn-'f. as matti r might bn
mirepreentcl.
Tho bcuin committee on post unices
and poit roads to-day heard n statement
from tbo postmaster general in regard to
clareo preferred bv Concrei .man atone,
that tbo law had been violated in tbo post
ottico department In connection with a
certain mail contract in Texas several
years ago The post-matter general' ex
planation mowed lio l j ml acted in accord
unco with tbo lav.' then existing. For ti
lled by tho opinion of tbo attornov-gener-al
as to its proper construction thu law
was subscqbentJv rliariged, but not until
long nftur tho matter complained of had
been consummated.
roXJKKSSlOXAI..
SiNATK.
AVa.IIINito.v, April 1'8 Mr. Steven-
eon pieeuted u prumnuiu r.tiii retolulion
of tbu prctidont and diructors ot thu
Louisville and Portland canal.
Mr. Neuley asktd leavu to ollur a rcto-
lution inuructiag tho commitleo on mili
tary affairs, to proparo and report u bill
to amond tho bet of tho 8th ut .luno, 1872,
in relation to soldiers and tailors home
steads ro at to allow honorably dis
charged soldiers nnd sailors llioir w'duws
nnd orphan children to acijuira homo-
steads or puwu lands v.unoui nuing re
quired to comtiioiico Eettlemcnt nnd im-
provcmeui'.
,vt r. wunnoi onjecieu.
On expiration of tho morning hour in
tho fenalo. Mr. v right moved to
av nsid'i tbo pending order und
that tho scnato uroceed to tho cunfidorn-
lion of tho llnanco bill and thu produiit's
iiiekiaifo vetolni: tho nmo.
Mr. Shorman moveu iiiu mil nnu men-
sugo bo rnadou special order on Mouilny
next. A long dobato followed.
HOUSK.
On motion of Mr.Wilson of Iudlnna.tbo
ludiciary commitleo wns instructed to in-
- . -. .. w i . irml . u.
nutro .wnotuer .iiiugn vviiiiam niury,
Unltod States district judgo of thu West
em dlslrii't of Arkansas, should bo Im-
poached for high crluio arid uiifdemean-
ors.
Tho bouso then took up tbu legislative
appropriation bill anil Oarflold, cbiilrman
of tlio committoe, aildroi'sod tlio bouBo,
giving tho rovisod provisions ot mo mil
nnd tho changes made In it by tho cominit
too of tbo whole
FIRE,
LotiANsroKT.Aprll 68. Allrobrolo out
last night in thontabloof J. Kram, situn
toi in iho slloy hot ween" Hrldgo and Wnl
nut streets in ihU city nnd but for tho
hoavf rain that Wns lulling at tbo tlmo
would bavo provod a groat conllagrAtion,
Tho atablo of J. Krans, V in. JJuIan,
Adams house, David llaldwin and tho
brick livery ultiblu oivnod by Mr. Dalny
end ocsupied by Kd. Andurson wuro all
dottrovud
Thu ico liouiu ot tlio AdAma
hotol wai burned, alio the roddonco of
.1, Krouiu nnd a Iiouso of Mr. llreh
wore (oriously damaged, n vai alio tho
livery atablo oi .lonn etc vans, tlio black
smith shop of Mr. Urugamon was alio
dostroyod. Thu horses and carriages In
the stables wore ived, as wus most of tho
furniture In thu variom dwollings. Thu
Ion Is cutitnated at twelvo to llfiecn thou
sand dollars with but vory llttlo Inmr
anco, During the tiro burulnrs entorod
tho stcro of Ward & Corney and carried
oil' n few valuables. Tho lire is supposod
to bo tho work of incondiarlo. und to-day
throo parties were Arrested, two of thorn
negroes, and lodged in jail.
OFFICE, 33TTIJIiB3'rilT BTTIXiDI3SrO-,
CAIRO. WEDNESDAY. APRIL 29- 1874.
CRIME.
WALTZ, THE CATSKILL
MURDERER.
BRUTAL MURDER OF
CRIPPLED WIFE.
llllUTAt, ML'KDKK
Ottawa, Ont , April 20. A man nam
ed O'HIully last night boat his crippled
wife to death with bur crutch. Ho has
been arrested.
TIIK CATfKlI.I, M OK U Kit Kit.
IIl liso.v, April 'J3. Waltz, tho Cats
bill murderer, was taken to bis farm this
forenoon and pointed out whero honllegei
tho first victim, tin organ grindor, wns
buried. Tbo place Is covured with water
nnd being drntnod preparatory to digging.
An organ crank, oil can and a full suit of
clothing as well as tbo spongo with which
ho snya ho wiped up thu blood, wcru found
in tbu place which ho designated. Dig
ging for thu body will bn commenced as
'Jon its tbo water Is drained oil', There
seoins now but llttlo doubt that Waltz
killo l two men previous to tbo organ
grinder.
StYINHLUl Alld:iTKJ.
I.AKAYKTT:,'April 28 Thu Individual
fnNoly itpreeentlng himself m H. C.
IloJgen, programmo agent of Howe's
(Jroat I.ondi n Circu', was nrreitud by
order ot the press agent, T. It. Toolo
tbii morning and talon into cuitody by
.Special 1'nst-OlllcH Agent Ilrinebout, or
Loganiport, charged with a violation of
tho poitnl laws, receiving letters that did
not belong to lilrn. A preliminary ex
amination wa: had beforo I'nlled States
Commissioner Ward, and acom'd wni ru
riuired to appotr boforu the United States
district court to answer to the charge. I n
default of bail, 50,000, 'in wns IockciI up.
Tho man still InsiMs that hf is tbo veri
table II O Hedges, notwithstanding tbo
fact that Hedges himself was present bt
tho trial.
Kxpre's Agent Toolo has shown corn
tnendnblo energy in working up the caso.
Thorn is suspicion thataccufcil la an eml
sary of lomo rival company, sent out to
Injure thu builncst or tbu llowo concern.
NEW YORK.
Three Luborers Crushed
by a Falling Em
bankment XBW VOUK.
t Xkw Yobk, April 28 Arrived
Steamship Kepublic from Liverpool.
1'rciidHnt Willium Orton. of tho "Wes
tern Union Telegraph Company, who
allcd for Kuropu to recruit his health,
will prolm'jly return within two weeks,
having been recalled by tbo denth of his
fon, Samuel. At latevt ndvlcot Mr. Or
ton had not improved in health.
Throo laborers were killed this a. m.
by tbo falling of an embankment at Cot
tage l'olnt, li. 1.
FINANCIAL.
Nkw Yohk, April -8 Monnv oasv 3
fa, I. Sterling weaker -t PO sight. Cus
tom receipts 2'Jit.OOU. Oold cloicd 1 13,
lowest point of the day. Carrying rates
2(if, I nnd 11 null y 2 per cent. Treasury dis
bursements 'JiS.OOO. Clenringi "l.OuO.OOO
Government bonds closed .toady, stato
quint, railtoad bonds strong. Stocks
opened strong and iidvnnced but during
thu closing hours 8 u Herod n slight relapse
from thu extreme buoyincy of tho carliir
part of tbo day,but Onally clofed stoady
with a fractional recovery in mino cascn.
RI VER "NEWS.
.Nr.iv Or.LKAN.K, April 2S Arrived
future City and barges, St. Loutt. No
departures, v uather clour and ploaiunt
11 vor stationary.
rimiiTUO, April J8. Kivcr 13 feet 10
inchos and rUing. Weather clear nnd
cool. Itained nnd snowed all day. Ilotli
rivors ubcut stationary.
Nasuvillk. April 28. Hirer 6till de
clining with 34 feet full on shoals. Do
ported Lawrence, Cincinnati; It 11 Cook
nnd Kddyvillc, upper Cumberland.
St. Lout, April 28. Arrlvod Konr
Icm, l'ittsburgj Tyrone, Cairo: Helena,
Vicksburgj Kob Hoy, Keokuk; Wolff,
upper Mlaeouri. Departed Havnntm,
Madison; Kob Itoy, Kookul:; Ilabbngo,
Ohio rivor; Hello LaCrotfe, St. 1'huIj Oil
City, Memphis. Hiver falling, weather
cloudy, cold anil winly but clearing to
night nnd warmer.
Kvanh villi:, April 1S lUituil from
lust night till 1 p in. Mercury IS to 00.
Hiver fallon 8 inches. Dowri--Kxporter,
10 p in; Hobbi nnd barges 10 ii m; Tnrns
con, 3 pm. Up Hon Franklin, 10 p m;
Silverthorn, 10:3'J; Arhnnsns Hello, 3 am,
(5oo. Hobertf, 8; Mary Anient, o p m.
Huainoif Uu.l.
Monro k, Louisiana, April 28. Ulvcr
full n quarter of an Inch 1m night, on u
ftand all day. Heports of tbo ovorllow,
both from abovo turn bolow, accumulato
and previous dispatches urn morn than
conllrmod, Tbo extent of thu ovorllow
nnd provnlcnco of deetitutien aro very
great.
.Mkjiphis, April 28. Weather clfAr
this evening. Cool and blustering till day.
Hiver stationary. Departed SuMn Sil
ver, Nuw Orlennf; l'oytonn, Louisvillo;
Hollo ot Toxqs, UlarKsville, Arkansas
rivor; Pat Rogers, Cincinnati. Hiver now
stationary atthis point with no lnml ex
cept portions of railroad track To Madi
son, Ark., tho tbo distance is 80 miles
which may bo given ai tho width of thu
rivor. Thoro is no change to report In
tho condition of railroads, Tho Memphis
& Louisvillo roulo Is still
water bound between this placo nnd Paris
and Clarksvillc. whiln tho Mississippi
Central ia still brokon botweon Canton,
Memphis anil Grenada. Tho pamongor
earao through to-day from Llttlo Hock by
transferrins at washed places, but r.s n
wift current crosses tho track at several
i j,0Int It U uucortAln how long communl.
cfttlon CAn bo kept up. '
ISTJaW ORLEANS.
Amonc tho contributions
for
thu
ovorllow lUtVerora wero, from
"Washington $1,000; Manchester, Hew
Hampshire, $1,000, and Hath, Malno,
11,000. Tho distributing committee, aro
working onergotlcAlly getting oir tmp
plies to nil aecosslliio points in tliu over
flowed diitrlcts where ntsUtaiuo is ro-quired.
COJZ. 12TH STEEET A
MARKET
REPORT.
MKMPUIS.
Memphis, April 28.
1'I.UUK Dull nnd uncbnngol.
COHN M l'.AIi Kxcllod nnd higher
;l 76.
COHN Scarco nnd firm JC&M.
UATS ('ulet nml wenk, f,8(Vi)il).
HAY Timothy good demand, others
unchanged.
HKAN ScArco nnd llrm Mn.
POKK Dull nnd drooping. 17 50.
HULK MK ATS (Juiet nnd unchanged
LAUD (Julet and unebnngud.
CINCINNATI.
ClNiMK.s'ATI, April 28
WHKAT Pirm ut 1 4301 13.
COHN Firm at C3(G8o.
OATS-.Steady at lblCc.
HYK Stuady, 1 08.
HAKLKY Dull and uncbangoJ, No 3
1 VI.
OILS-Unchanged
KOOS Pair demand and udvanccd,
14J015.
HUTTHK-Pitm.
OliKKSK Firm.
POKK Ooixl demand, largo falcs from
southorr shipment, 17c.
LAHU-Hteady; steum sold ht 10; kot
tlo held at lOJc.
HULK MKATS-Steady, fij 0 31 J,
clear rib, 8jc; for f pot ; ;or .May, clear
HACON Steady ; shoulders f)uiet at
7c; clear rib, Ojc; clear, 9e.
WHISKKY Firm At'J3c.
CHIOACO.
CilH ioo. April 'JH
PLOUH Dull and uomlrial.
WHKAT Firm, No 1 spring 1 2'J; No
'-' 1 21J 'Pl I ? N3 1 l8l
COHN Steady, No'J mixed OtJc spot;
Clc May.
OAl'S Steady No 2 ICe cadi, IC.lc
Mav.
JlYK Dull nnd unchanged, No 2 '.tie,
HAKLKY Dull and nominal.
POKK Fair demand at lower rate,
10 10 cash or May; 10 25 June.
LAUD-Fair demand and lower, 9 OS
caih and May; 1) 80 June.
HULK MK ATS-Fair, shoulders 70
pot or May; sides fair demand ; short rib
8lc spot.
WHISKY-Stoady tOc.
ST. LOUIS.
St. Louie, April 2H,
FLOL'H Dull.
WHKAT (uiot, No'J spring 1 2C
1 20 fresh receipt ; No 8 red fall 1 3e
1 i'J; No'J 1 0301 51.
COHN Activo and bighor.No 2 mixed
C!iJC9c.
M1LWAUKKK OATS Activo and
higher, No 2 rnixud o'J(i,:2.Jc -May; ollorod
at 03 J; 01J bid.
HAHLhY Dull nnd nominal.
HYK Firm I 00l O'J.
POKK Dull And unchanged; dry salt
meats entirely nominal.
UACON Dull, shoulder 7c; clnnr rib
tlc ; clear 9Jc; looso country fhoulder
7c; clear sides and hams '.'c.
LAHD iuiet nnd uncbtngeJ, primu
iteim 9Jc.
WHISKY Steady 91c.
NEW OKLKANS.
.New Ohlua.V'', Al-liir. 28.
FLOUH Firm. Triblo C7 SO;
choice 7 7&02,8 SO.
HHAN IJiiiot at 1 3i.
SUOAH Fair and llrmcr. Fair 6,
fully fair 8J.
IMritOVi:.MKNT IN
DENTISTRY
III!, (i. I.'. Itoufil.AS, lielririletrrmlneil tn
swell in everv Ilental operation, hari
llteil ami vrlliriiMipd Ms Ilental l'arlnr, No.
7, Kishth street, anil ii now iveeivInK lroiii
fc". . M'hllo .V .)ohnon. of l'hllatleiplila,
eml-vveeklv, the larirei-t ami rinet aoit
ment of Dental Hood ever nlleivil In till
Ity. anil a gool a ean be foiiml ill the
large it eltlei.
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
Mailt) aFpeelallty.nnt anyoftlie olt, mt-fi a
lile. -pungv work that drop, out. leaving
tielli nil, llleil, iIIeoloreil. ami "Hen li
troyeil. ,
l'erfeet fiolilen (ieins jilit III a- oliil ami
ilurable a- Ihe inelleil metal ltelf.
Children's Teeth.
special attention ytven lo the treatment "I
.hililveir.s 'l'eeth. 1'aiviit-i bj havlni; tlieir
t'liilrenS Ti-tli exainineii oi'ealonal y.
would mivo them much -iillVriii ami di
tortuity in after year.
Dr. Douglas als-o trlvoxl'at tU-iil.tr rittntloi
lo Meelialiieal DentMrv. having ei'Uivd tlie
right to ile Dlt. IIYA'li'S l'ATKM tiOI.D
and mntin:it comiii.nation im.a'ii..
vvhleh has been thoroughly h'tn nnd ap
proved liv tlui lc-t DenlMhlnlhi' l.at, ami
lieyond a'doubt, tliu be-t und llnneit art 111
eia'l platcnovv In nn', . , .
Tei lli e.vlraeted vvilliolit paln-bv the iie
of Mlliius oxide (in-, vvhlrh I perlectly kiIu
where judiciously ndnilnlsleri'd,
t-li tf (1. 1.'. DotlflI..v.
Lkoalizkii ut 8ta.t AumoBiTy a
Dkaw m I'ujaio im St. I,ouib.
GrAnd Single Number Hohotuo.
60,000 NDUBEUB
Olaba O, to iik Dkaw.v March Ml, 1H7I
6.B80 l'rixen, Amounting to If 300,000.
1 l-niwof.,
..10,000
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11,600
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600
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Tlokots 10; Half Tinkota, W
Tlckots, J 60.
guftrtor
i
Oar totunaa are oharland by b
Huik. r i
1 alwjs drawn at tha time narnad, and all uaw
Iiiks aru undar th uperUion of aworu coin. .
mlsMoiicrii. , i
'I tie (illicl.il ilrauln: Mill be puhll.iic.l in llie M. ,
Imm patcrt and a cujiy of drawluu cuo puich.u.ri .
uf llcWtls ... . . . , '
We will draw a iiniUriclicme die lail tlay ureiery i
'.I. .1.,.!.,.. .1.- i ir 1HI4.
iiiuiiiii..u.i.'fc...j"" t ,
Ktmll lit our rUL by ixittultirc m'jnry uuler, itglj'
leicd Idler, draft or eliri. Send for circular. Ad
I,'.,. ' Ml'llKAr.MII.I.KU.VlO.
I' O. Iai ,'U0 M. UmU, M".
- ISTX) WASHIKO-TOIT A.
OFFICIAL PAPER
HEW GOODS?
Lowest Prices in the City
BURGER'S HEW STORE!
Corner of Ninth street and Coniincrcinl avenue, where may lie found the
LARGEST AND HANDSOMEST
STOCK ()!'
DRESS GOODS 111 CAIRO.
Poplin
Di.'igonnN,
Catliiueroi, and Spring
which
DEFY COMPETITION.
While (Snnd.4, lliulirniilcriur), Nock Tic, (llovcs, CufTj, nud Notions made a
Speciality.
A FULL LINE OF
Ladies' and Children's Shoes.
HnriMT keeps ri"ht up with thu timoH. and olFors no iroodc hut thos'e which
aro new, clu-runt and stylich, and conlially invites the people of ('uiro to give
li i in a call and exatiiuiu Iih Mock.
Phil. H. Saup,
nH REMOVED i
CONFECTIONERY
TO
Washington Ave. Cor. 8th Sti ct.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Tii'n ! tlie onlv vhva in the City
Amerienii nnd l'limeh Caiidic. All I
y outsell'.
BELFAST GINGER
ALB!
"LOCK
OK
THE WALK!"
Amlli'W
i.i
In- deliv In let Ihe ponpln
know lh.it hi
I- -till In In.- and doing liu-i-
in
at Ids old -land In Cairo, nml I ready to
he niiv order from tlie ii or l oiilitry
Ibl- mill liter, fide!1. Ale. llll'l SI. I.olll
lleer.
He ha iiImi miimieliei'd the luaiiilfai'lurn
of the teleblated l!i lfat (linger Ale. vvhlili
is put up ill ud:l Muter bottle. Mid I tho
lluet beverage over vet liiauuliutuivd I'm
family use. )KW.m
1)11. W.M. HALL'S
Balsam for the Lungs
THK CHEAT A.MKKKUK CON
BUMl'TIVKUKMEDY Consumption i NOT an incurable ilLea'O.
I'liytidaii assure us this lael. It l only
iifeii hsiw to have tbo Right llernedy, and
tlio tcrilbla m.il.ulj eali bo eoiiiiiercit.
Hall's BaUm i: this Ecncdy.
It breaks up the night svv cat, relieves thu
oppressive tlghlne. across Ihu liuijr. nnd
heals the larcerated and excnriiitcil siulaee
wbli li llii'ouom ol Ihe diseuso pioduen.
wiiiiiK Mi'i: i,ASTsTiii:m: is hopk.
It may not be too lute toelloct a euro even
alter the doctors have given nu up
UuU'a It.lriHiu In belli ovcrv where, and
mav bo had at wholesale ol the Proprietor,
.Infill F. Henry Cuiimii .: Co. at. tlieir
(ireat Modloino Warehouse, S and llfolletio
1'1'iee, Now York. I'lleo 1 per botlle.
Hall's Ilalsam I al-o a nun ivuiedv lor
Coughs-, fold, riielimnua. Jlroliehltll-,
AHhina, Spitting of lllood, Croup. Whoop
ing Cough, nnd all other dlTiibirt ol the ie
plrior) organs.
Also Proprietors of Seuvlll' lllood and
MviT.Syriip.Calbolie Salvn.Ki'uj ' Trocno,
Oivgeiiated Jlllters, .Mutt's I.Ivor I'lll. .Ve.,
JOHN P. HKNItV. Ci;i!ltAN .V CO .
Kami II Oillege Place, .New ork.
:::i-ll5-wlt.
ATTENTION i'.AC. DKAl-KliS.
11IK
SIMNNhSu I'AI'KIt STtlPK CO.
! 1 1 (.lii'sluut Street,
ST 1.(1 CSS. .114'.
PAY THU MHilllST (MSII PKH T.S,
7 ot. por lb fur Soft Woolen.
IS rle. per lb for Wool Oarpot.'
1 .'1-1 eta. per lb fur Wool lllanKeU.
'J 1-1 ots. per Hi Tor Old Cloth.
I AlLOllb CLIPPINGS
A SPECJAUTY.
Want Cof.on llags Old llouk nnd
Walta Paper. l&53-ti-llw.
- VS32STtJE
OF CITY AND COUNTY.
lro?s Goods, nil sold at prices
where there is a General Assortment nf
a-k i.s to call and exauiiiiu them for
DR. HANSOM'S
111 V 10 SYKUL AND TOLU
-oi:-
HOHSTIEj 3T SYE.UP
Dr. C'on'h llivo(Crnup) Syruji has been
known and Used by the medical piofcssiou
over 100 year, and a a remedy for Cold
and foiigli Jm an older and better rcpJta
lion than anv other Cough ineilfclno ever
ottered to the pnlilie. It is known a thu
l oinpuuiiil Syrup ol Sitiils, and a lorinula
may b lound In every medical illnensatory.
I r. U.uinom's lllvu syrup and 'lolu, In ad
dition to the liiL-reillilits lor t.'ox' Hive
svrup, contains HjImuii ul I'ulu, decoctlim
ot skunk Cabbagu ttoot and Lobelia, a com
bination that must eimitucud It to every one
as a Hllperlor remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Coiil-Ii. Asthma. Bronchitis. Coimh and
Colds, imleetl lor all allcctluna of the Throat
and ' I.uiil-s when u eouuh meiliciue Is
neeesarv .
Till Sv run I tiuelully prepired under
thu ncrnuiial ilireclinn ol a reuular 1'livsl
clan ol over tueiiiyvoaiV pr.ctlci'. vvliosu
alguaturu is attached to thu directions vn
the bottle.
Ita tastu is very pluaHint and children
like It.
Kvury lamlly hhoulil keep it as a ready
remedy tor Croups and Cold, etc., among
tlie children.
D.IU.NMOM, Son A; Co., l'ropr's, Htillalo,
N
DK. .1. K. MILLER'S
I'MVKKStl.
MAGNETIC BALM.
Till medicine
may
with nro-riety bo
ivi'leil an llnlvert.il
Itomedy,
an It Is fast
supeisedlng all others a u general tanilly
liieillciuu. ii cures, a n iij ,u.,i.nu
INFI.l.'KN'CK, Neuralgia aud ull pain. audi
iheieloro very properly tinned "Magnetic
Halm," It Is purely a vcgetablo preparation.
Ithiis'o eiiual us a remedy lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus. Dlanlm i.i hscnturv. Colli)
' and all How el Complaint.
1 Its timely use will euro v oids, Croup,
1 Dlplitheiia, (jiitnsy, and all Throat alloc
i lions.
Wlieiipiopcriy ueii, t ever ami Ague.anu
other eompl iIii'h Incident to our western
mi. 1 southern climate. are casllv broken UP.
Nervous Pain, .Slek-lleadaclie, and llheii
matlsiu aro cured by this medicine when all
other. have lalleil. I ooiiiaciie, r.aracne,
llurii. ( hllblalu and llruises aro relieved
at iilicn by lis use.
The genuine hits II. Ilausom ,V Co.'h prl
vai Iteveuilii Stump nil thu outslilu.ulid Dr.
.1.11 .Millet's Magnetic Halm blown In tho
bottle. , ,
Kxamlnu ulo-ely and buy uouo but the
genuine.
Sold by all Druggists. Price cents per
bolllii.
D. It.vNSiiM. J-o.V A- Co., l'ropr's. Hull do,
j,, y, dan. US-w-dt.
( I'litnr idiiimeui.
Th'j great discovery ol the
age. Ttiere Iniio pain which
the Centaur l.lnltnent will not
relieve, no SWelllllL' which It
wllluot subdue, and no Jauio
ness which It will not euro
This I strong lanKiiaee. but
"li is truo. It I no humbug:
K)hrpu: tho reeipo is printed around
eAtdi buttle. A clroular containing cortlll
sates o f v ondoriul eurea ot rhcumatUm
uoiiralglu. lock-Javy, sprains, swellings,
burns, ecalds, oakod-briasts, poUonoua
Mies, frezon leet, itont. Hallrliuuiu.ear.acho
,U nd the recipe ot the Unimcut will be
.out gratis to ivnouo. It tlio most won
derrul healing and pain rcllevluir Agent the
world has ever produced. It sella as no ar
Mel., ,,vr lieioro did aell. nml It sellsbccause
It docs Just what It pretends to do. Ono hot-
uu oi mo cemaur uuuiuvuv mi w i .
(yellow wrapper) U worlh a liumlreil dol
arslor bpavlne.i. Mi stnod or galled lioisen
jn f.....n..V..nLiviiAr i!Hii ationi to ite
without Oentaur Lliiluient. Price, Weenta
ueL-r hottlcs. 8t. d. I. Ko-o .t to., M
llroadwny, New York.
CAS l Uill A is nioro man a sutnuiliiie lot
Castur Oil. U U the only mafic arllelo tn
existence which W Hire to regulate the bow
el. euro wlndcollo And ptoduco iiatma
ilecp. It Is pleasant to take. Chlldronneed
not cry and moihers may sloep. 10-7 wly
SalTord, Morris & Ciinfleo,
Insiiuancr Aoents,
7.') Ohio Lcvco, City National Btalc
Unilding, Cairii, If.M.
The
nliletl e.stablirheti Agency in SOBtbCll
llllnol", repreciiling over
$65,000,000.00.
of Hie bet In-iirame Capital ol tho V. B
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICK.
Ohio l.evco, over Mathu & Ukl'f.
but mi-dan OmipanUt
ri prrscHtrtl,
rv.--
Hi
GIF
PRISE
Tho only reliable Gift Distribution in tha
country.
$60,000 00
VALUABLE GIFTS
IN
To be distributed in
L. D, SINE'S
IliTril IlKOULAII MO.NT111.V
GIFT ENTESPEISE.
To be drawn Jlondiy, June, 8Ui, 1874
TWO GKAND UAl'lTALS OP
$r,,000 Knch hi ('reciilmukat
Two Prizes $1,000 each in UrotnlAckl t
Five l'rlr.oi COO each in UroAnbackil
Ten Prlr.oJ 100 each in Oroenbacktl
1 Hor-e and Juggy. Willi Hllvcr-mounteil
harnese-, worth sunn. Ono Fiue-touvil
lio-ewood l'iaeo. vvortli (MOl
Ten Family Sewing Machine - rortU
Hh) each ! Five Clold Watjlies and chain,
vvortli ::00 each ! Five Cold Aincnwn Hut
ting Watclies, worth tli'ieacli.
Tell Ladis' Cold Hunting vvatcIlM, tVOrta
f KHleaeli I .
-onOold and Silver I. over Ilnnllng WAtchM
(in nil,) worh from t'JO to f 00 eaclil
(lold chains, Silver-ware, .Icwclry, &c, AO.
NuMiiKii or (iiKTH n.noo. TioKJtn uu
KtKU to (iU.OOO.
AOKNTS AVANTKD TO S KM, TICKET
to whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
SiNGi.T-Tiot.kvritT.fi: six Tickxts 5
TWKI.V TICUKTH til)- l VVKNTYyiVK
TlCKKlH 420.
Circulars containing a rill list of prlzof.
u description ot tho manner of drnwini, and
other information in roforrenco to the dl
trlbutlon, will bo rent to any ono ordonnie
them. All lettew must be adilrAAted to
main okkick, 1,. I). SINK, llox 80.
till W. Fifth St. UINClSifATI. O.
Vulcan Ikox WoRKi
COMM EIWIA li AVENUE,
owositk
NINTH 8TBr.lia.
JOHN T. HENNIE i-
eou k dry;
M A Oil 1 N E SHOP
FOIICIKB AN U PlI'K VlVttVOy
NTS'. AH f.S (Jinks, Mlbl ,mWtl'l
r V.CHI1T 3SH"ST.
Maiiuiactureii una repatreu.
Special httuntlon given to lIshtMa MTJ
forglug, house, bridge, railroad And JaU worl.
ami all work or a nimllar character.
Sicam mid gas tlttlug lu all ltt brandies.
A lull aoortmeiit ot Morris, Tasker A Cd'i
PhlladelpUlii plpoand linings, llrsss goods
etc.. anil vras livtures nlvvaj on hand.
PIPINO'OF HOUSK FOR QAU
M41IV A KriXIALTY.
Agent lor Cameron s special steam pnmt
and bolur leedur. '1 lie best manufactured.
Coil's patent yphou pumps, au I Judaon'l
patent governor and governor vuvo.
The lollowlng eugluys, etc.. for sale i
Two Meaniboat engines, lsj wall bow Ol
cylinder; five (eel stroke, und In goodordsr.
One steamboat Miatl and crank; wratlron
One eiii'luo for hoisting freight: 7X10.
One IiiX'JO saw mill engine, with shaft and
crank lor niulv or gang saw, second hand.
One new "MS engine; my own mAUUAo
Also, a seoud-baud stave cutting ma
chine and Jointer, aud warcliouaa bouttag
maohlno, lu good ordor. ,,... . .
Kuglnus unu macuiuery oi au siau wuku
and sold ,
R. JONES,
Boot & Shoe
MAKER,
Commercial Avenxi8
ltctweeii
Tenth and KleVoutU StrteU,
CAIHO, ILLS,,
Is prepared to 011 orders wIlbMt dUjr.
o:i.AaAtlne stock ol bngumt AU.rw.
iiaiul lust received from w or. am IM
i iMnn
T ENTER
4t AW

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