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U1H13T1AN OHUUOU-KIghteentu ktreat
botweun Washington and Walnut.
I'reachtog every third ud fourth Sunday ,
Hunday icliool at 8 p. m.
I'raycr mooting Wednesday ovcnlng.
It H Trim .ilk, l'a.tor,
I1KHUYTKIMAN Eighth Hlreot.
i'roacUtng, Habbath at 104 a.m. and 74 p.m
1'rarer moottrg, Wednesday at 7) P. m.
Jabbatb Hchool, 3 p.m. J. M. Lanidon, Su
perintendent. Jtiv. II. Thatmu, l'aator
J If riI01)I8T.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut BU.
I'Machlnif, Sabbath at 11 a.tUy and 7 p. m
I'rayer mealing, Wednesday, 71 p.m.
Sabbath Hchool, 8. p.m. U W. Htlllwoll,
Utwrlntondenl. Hv. J. L. WaLLkh,
1'astor.
IIUIICU OK THK HKUKK.MKIl-(Kpl0O-pal.)
Morning prayun. Uabbath 104 a,m.
fcvuulug ursjen, 71 p.m.
Hahballi Hchool, H a.ia.
llMV. ClUH. A. (HI.BKItT, KOCtOr.
I'. I'ATUICK'U CUUUCU Nlatb. Ht. and
Wasiilugtuu Avenue.
1'iiiitlc service, Habbath B:10 and 10) a.m.
Vespers, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School. 2 p.m.
-tarvlco ovary day. 8 a.m.
IUV. 1'. J. O'Uaixoha, l'rleit.
I'. JOaKl'll'H CilUHCU. (Oerrnan,) cor.
tier of Wutiiiit and Crow strong.
Um, every Habbath at 10 o'clock a. m.
Veiptira, 2 p. tu.
II it. during wouk day, 8 o'clock a. m.
)lv. 0. lloyrM an, l'rloit.
JKItMAN MmillltANUllUKUlI lath
.trout between Washington Avcnuo and
Wuluut utreot,
I'roacblug Hunday morning at 10 o'ttock.
Hahbalh .School at 3 o'clock p. m.
Hbv. u. Hukhbciineii. l'antor.
lUlINU MKN'H OIllllHTIAN AWHOOIA-
'I'lON. Hogular moating teoond Monday
uacb month at thalr room over llockwell
A (Vshttokatore, Commercial avenue.
Wookly rrayer meeting, Friday, 74 p.m. at
ho room,
U W. 8tii.lw.cll, President
,IC0N1 M1HSIONAUY UJUTIBT
CUUUCU.-Corner Hyoauioro and Korty
Urat street. 1'reachlng Habbath at 11
o'clock a. in. and U o'clock p. m.
Hunday Hchool 1 o'clock p. ra.
TUe church U connocte'd wltli the Illinois
Association, by the Kim MUslouary llap
tint Church ol Cairo.
Kav. Uolomom Lkoniud, Tutor.
KUIOAN MbTUOUiar-KourUuuUi, be'
tween "Walnut and Cedar,
tiorricex, Habbath, 11 a.m,
ba'.bath Hehool, 14 p.m.
Claw meet at a p.m.
KCONI) KKKK WIM. HAPTIST'-Klf-toe
nth Htreot., between Walnut and Codar.
Horvlcoi Sabbath. 14 and 8 p. m.
IIKV. M. Kicks, raitor.
UKB WII.I. UAI'TIHT llOMK MISSION
HAU1IATH HCllOOL. Corner Walnut
and Codar Htreeta.
Habbatli School, 8 a.m.
fllUT KUKE WILL BAPTIST CUUUCU
-Curry' llarracka
Horricea, Sabbath 11 a.m., 8 p.m. A7tp. m.
Ksv. WM. Kxixbt, Faator.
i IU8T MISSIONARY UAPTIST CUUUCU.
-Cadar, between Mnta and Tenth Hu.
Preaching Sabbath, 104 & "1 P-m
Trayer meeting. Wednesday erenfne.
I'rcacbl&y, Friday erenlmr.
Sabbath School, 14 p.m. John Vanllaxter
aud Mary Stapheni.HuperintendeuU.
Hbv. T. J. Siioiuu. l'aator.
' tCOM) HA1TIBT CUUUCU Kourte e nth
Hlrtet, between Cedar and Walnut. Tho
only llaptist church recognized by the Aa
oclauon.' Htrviees, Habbath, 11 a.a. 8 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Itvv. Jacob Hkadlky. Klder.
HEU11ET ORDKlta.
TnE MASONS.
"O COMMANDEUY, NO. 18.-8Utd
Aa. v -nblr at the Ay lum Maaonlo Uall, &nt
cd ti.i'J Monday In each month.
'.AlltO COUNCIL, Ne. M.-Kegular ConTO-
catl .a at Matonic Uall, the second Friday
In eich month.
JA1UO CUA1TEU NO. 71.-Uegular Con-
vocation at Maaonle Uall, on the third
Tuesday ol every month.
.;aiuo lodoic, no. 237 r. a a. M.-iugu-,
lar Communleationi at Maaonle Uall, the
tecoud and fourth Mondays of each month.
TUE ODD-KKLLOWB.
ALEXANDER LODGE, XU MeeU In Odd
Kellowa' Uall, In Artor building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
BTATK OFFlUElia.
(lovornor John L. llevcrldjo
l.leutenant-Oovernor
Hcoretary of Huto Osorgo II. Harlow,
Auditor of Stale C. E. Uprlou.
SUte Treasuror Caler HbU..
Atturury Oonural Jame K. Mtnl.
iupU l'ubllc Imtructlon-Newton llitom&n
CONUlUiSSMI.
Senators-ltlchard J. Ogleby Joan A.
juilncnu. fihnnib IMstrtct Isacc
MEiiUElW UENESAL Aa'KMllLY
W J. Inico"' WW'A- ' lh
Bsnator for the Mtb .ll.trict.-Joine Ware
COUNTY OKKIUEIW.
, , . CIIICU1T OOUItT.
J?,?-?;. J- Ul1tor t Alexander.
M ik" AltJJn'y-'trlck II. 1'ope.
(.Wrk It. H. Yocum.
Sherlff-A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin Aaaoaaor and Tr""''
SUMeyor John I'. Ileiv
COHNTV OOUHT.
Judges r. llroos.
Aatoclates J. E. McCrlto and B. MarohlN
ion. a
Work Jacob U. Lynch.
Coroner John U. aossman.
MUNICIPAL "UOVKUNMENT.
Mayor John Wood,
'treasurer U. A. Cunningham,
Comptroller E. U. Kallls.
Clerk-Michael llowloy.
Attorney 11. WaUon Wobb.
Police Magistrates K. liross and J. J,
3lrU.
Marshal and Chlefof Police Wm.MclIalo.
Street Coiumlalonor I), J, Oalllgan.
Members Polico Force A. Cain sargent,
W. W. Wooteu, Phillip UcIm.Chaa. Mohner
and llunry T. Martin.
BOAHD OF ALAKnUXN.
Writ ward-UIram IJUby and J. M.
Phillips.
Second ward Uerman Moyors and Wood
Blttenhouto.
Third -ward John McKwen and V. Kors
never.
Kourth ward C. K. NeUls and M. J.
JecQauley.
Klflh ward Jno. U. Uoblnson and Win.
U. Morris
l
Corner Slute st.
CU1CA (10.
Tht met Btnovntd Spttlalut of tht Afft, in t.
triatnuntcfPItirATX, CUR0S10 ami VtlU
NASY DISEASES, REMIX AL WS.tKXES.I.
KisvorsKEss.riwrns ok tui rici, ArinsioMTd
bociitt. liirAiMo bioot, loss or uiuoar ,
IIAXOOOD rtSUJUMTLY CCRSD. TUC CUM 01
KIDIC1L LlTSaiTCKE. lUialntftl wllk ikult rciitrieti
upl&UUs vbaufDwrr.vhMi, vbjr. Tb Impwdlwoii
toiurrUs. Tbdf atturt, wh kod curt. rrUt4M8i,
Mat I a a Ulq MUl mat, tilt rculriQgttrgb'Klftl4,
tuiietX alUaliiM r (41m ar U or t&lnn it duour.
U.klUj brtvUM villi 4lvU apuiuBU, torJ, alUfr).
iuM.. CuniQwulMi. BulUrMilipQLiit.
HOOK
fATUONIZU
homh t:r.ajd:ei
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Corner Twelfth street and Washington Ave
J. 0. HU ELS .
(LU of St. Louis,)
VfiOFAIBTOU
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MAN U F AOTU ItHR
BLANK BOO US of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short uojlee . Bibles, ;Muslc.
Magaclneiaud Ferlodtoasi bound neat and
at the lowest voislble rates.
County work, finch an Uncords, Docket
jee uooks, itmuaa, oic. iimuo a specialty,
dozes, Packet Honks, Knvolspa, etc., mado
rj ' U-W.
l'ubllontlon ORIee, llnlletlu Malldlaa;
WnalilnstSoti Avaai.
TI1UHBDAY, JUNK 4, 1874.
MOKTON'H
N KW-FAKTY
MOVK.
MKNT.
Wiiililngloii l)vili, MaV !K, to N. Y.
Oniphic
Tho now.party tuovement it at Ungtb
talrly under way. Homo iilnotoon woit
ern members of conuruxs liavo roconlly
adopted a platform which tliuy propoio as
tho nitolnui of a now party orgnnlf allon.
Tlili platform runs somowhatnl follows :
(1.) A call for a constitutional ronvn
tion to clfuct aovoral changos In tho fun
damental laws of tho UnltoJ Statoi,
among which will lo (a) tho eloctbn of
prosldent, vlce-prualdtint and lonatori di
recll.v by tho pooplej (b) lubordlnating
all corporations to tho natlonnl govorn
mont; (o) disallowing npncinl iirlvllogtB
to any corporation J (d) uddlng largnly to
tbonutliorty of tho gonoral govpruiriont
In inattors airectlng tba traniportatlon
and trades of tho country; (n) and mak
ing such banking proviilixi will allow
tho goneral govornmontto Inelllulo bniika
under Its own authority.
(2.) An Imcdlalo ngitnttoti for commit
ting congrcis and tho nation at once lo
tho carrying out of tho fcbeine of tho live
groat artfllclal wator routa riicom
tnondoa by the traniportatlon cointnltlce
of tbo sonale thai It, the opening of the
mouths of tho Mlailuippl, tho connection
of tbo .Mliilnlnpl with the lakoi, tho ship
canal around Niagara, tho enlargement of
the Krlo canal, nnd tbo joining of tho
Jamos river with tho wstora of tho Ohio
by a canal.
(3.) The construction of at loait two
direct freight railways under tho author
ity of the general government, to at to
regulate the chargoa of tbo main linei of
the country.
With regard to tho curroncy qucition,
tho majority ot thnxo who attend nro in
favor of inflation; but as ynt It is not
mads a cardinal doctrine of the now
party. Thry will await the courie of '
eventi.
Tbo new combinations aro made with
out ruforsnca to old party linei, and it la
rtated that no lets distinguished a poli
tician than Senator Morton will bo Iti
loader. The movement has tbe counten
ance, it la laid, of Logan; but tho bulk of
it) adheronts aro mombori of the houie.
FURNITURE
AT
LOW PRICES.
I take pleasure in calling
the attention of tho public to
my fesh and full stock of
new and elegant I'urnituve, at
my Furniture and IMatrass
Factory, corner Seventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
33edstcads, Wadrobes, Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Wash
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, Matrasses and, in a word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my lino.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
cHy, 1 propose offering better
'oods- at lower prices, and
have made a large redaction
in the prioe? of MI inv "n"1;
CaM .d or- iny stouk
.otire an outfit of choice
Furniture. To the wholesale
trade I offer special induce
ments. TsToto the place
Corner Seventeenth Street and
Washington Avenue, Cairo, ills.
Win. EICHHOFF
Wholesales nml Kctail Dealer in Fur
niture mid iMatraes.
l!l,W2-2 7-I1II1.
10? US 1TOT a?TJE
THAT
DR. HULTZ
IH DKAD.
UK IN ATII.I. I.IVIMU AND IN TAIU
UUolllco anddlspcniAry at
NO. 22 EIGHTH STRKET,
Uct. Commercial ana Wasmngton avenues
It Utnio, the doctor Is one of tho oldest
physicians of the place, aud hla diploma,
that hangH In his oillce, ghows that ho has
been 32 yoars In the profession. Ho is dolnt;
a larger otllco pravtlco than any othor phy
sician, troatiue; all kinds of chronic dlaeasos
ot tho human eystom, hucIi as old ulcers, and
all dlaeaaex of the skin, humor and blood
poisons; also diseases of tbo throat; aim
all diseases ot tho eyes of yearn Btuudinf:;
alHo arttliclal eyes Inserted; tlstula cured
witliout tho uso ot n Knlle; cancers cured
by.tho application of medlclnoa; plmploa on
tho faco removed ; all urinary diseases
cured ; all forms of venereal and private
dlseascsjcured In tho shortest tlmo ; semla
woakncsM uud xclf-ubuao curod In u shor
time.
It Is self-evident that a physician treating
cases for twouty-two years acquires grout
skill.
All consultations contldentlcal, in poison
or by lottoa.
medicines furnished at offlco In
ID-'i) tf.l l)u. David Hultz.
fNMJlAHM.
DR. W. iJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
3uanrs Work (upttalrs) rcrncr Eth Htro
and Waehlnctnn Avonuo.
Sfl-31-tf,
0A1H0( ILLINOIB.
W xBP" tyr- - IISalsM r
sisisisisisHesisisisisisV!!
sLsLHllUUsWsssLsKisasLsH
A NEW IMPROVED
li
AW.UIHKD
ThGModalforProgreso."
A VlPHn.i,) 1S7IJ.
The lllgbcat Order nl ".Modal Awardcil
nt tho l.'.vpiilon.
jNO SBW1NG MACHINE RECEIVED A
IIIUHKIl I'JllZB.
A l'KW (H)0 KI'ASONH:
1. A New InvRiilion thoriiughly tested
ami tn:iirrd by l:ttorn Pntont,
'2. -Make in i-iiiiKKCT I)ck Hlilch, alike
on both chics, on all klmWol goodt,
ItiliiH l.lxht, Smooth, Nolclc8, and
Itnpld bet coinblnittloii ot iualitle.(.
4. Durable Huns lor ycari without re
pair.
f. Will dn alt varitleiof Work and Fancy
Stitching In a Superior manner.
11 Ih mutt 'nlly managed by tho opera
tor Length of stitch may be altered while
running, and machine can be threaded with
out panning thread through holes.
7' Design Nlmple, Ingenious, l.'lcpani,
forming tlio stitch without the ute of Co's
Wheel Oeara, Itotury Cams or Lever Arm.
UaH the Automatic Drop Feed, which In
mrcfc uniform longth of stitch at any upeoed
Has our new Thread Controller, which fol
low easy movement of necdlo-bar and
prevent Injury to thread.
H. Construction mot careful and Un
ified. It lis manufactured by the mot skill
ful anl experienced Mechanics, at the cele
brated ItKMINGION AltMOHY, ll.lO.V, N. Y.
Chicago Oillce, Sjli State Street.
b2 l.'iCSiu
DR. RANSOM'S
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
-011-
Dr. Cox's Illvo (Croup) Syrup has been
known and need by the medical profession
over 100 years, and as a remedy for Cold
and Coughs has an older and better rep .na
tion than any other Cough medicine ever
offered to Ibo public. It la known as tho
Compound .Syrup oi Squills, and a formula
maybe Inund In every medical dispensatory.
Dr. Hansom' Illvo by nip and Tolii, In ad
dition to the Ingredients for Cox's Ulvu
Syrup, contains lialtam of Tulu, decoction
ot Skunk Cabbage Itoot and Lobelia, a com
bination that mutt commeid it to every one
as a superior remedy lor Croup, Whooping
Comjli, Asthma, llronclltla. Coughs and
Colli, indeed lor all atTcttlons of the Throat
and I.ung9 when a cough medicine Is
ncccsary.
This Syrup is earclilly prepared under
the pcrronal dlrcctlouot a regular i'hysl
clan ol over twenty wars' practice, whoso
signature u attached tu tho directions on
the bottle.
Its taste is very pleasant and children
like It.
Kvery family jhould keep It as a ready
remedy for Croups and Colds, etc., amom;
the children.
1. Kajmom, Sosj .V Co., l'ropr, lluflalo,
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
NIVKKSAI.
MAGNETIC BALM.
This medlclno may with propriety bo
called an "I'nlversal llemcdy," a it is fast
superseding all others as n general lauilly
medlelne. It cures as if by MAONKTIO
INKI.L'K.N'CK, Neuralgia and all pain, and Is
thcrelorc very properly termed "Magnetic
Halm." It is purely a vegetable preparation.
It has no equal as a remedy lor Cholera,
Cholera Morbus. I)larrhu!a,l)yscutary,Colio
and all llowcl Complaints.
Its timely tire will cure Colds, Croup,
Diphtheria, (julusy, and all Throat affec
tion. When properly ured, Kovcr and Ague.and
other complaints Incident to our western
and southern cllmatcs,nro eaU): 'jfrlu'Iflieu-
Nervous I'ilcuijy'tlifs medicine when all
lYtnt-rs have failed. Toothache, Karaclie.
Hum', Chlllilalns and HriiUoi aro rclloveil
atoneu by It lire.
The gciilliiio has I). Itansom k Co.'s pri
vate, liitveniio Staiuii on the outtilo,and Or.
.1. It. Miller's Magnutlc Halm blown In tho
bottle.
Kxamlno clocly and buy none but the
genuine.
Sold by all UruggM,. l'rico 'Hi cents per
bottle.
1). ItANSO.M. Son .1 Co.. 1'rnnrV ItnlTRln.
N. V. Jan. 2S-w-t.
FINE MILLINERY GOODS
I'HKNII Nl'ItlXU UUOI1N
MRS. M . JAUKSON,
(Formerly Mrs. Stvandcrs,)
announces that sho has just; opened a larg
asiortment ol tho
NKWKST,
MOST FASIIIONAHLK,
AND HANDSOMEST
MUlinorv (loods tnlio fmm.i
, . ........ ... .mw .....inb.
alio will keep on hand
MATH, 1J0NNKTB, rxOWKUH, ltlllI10S,
DllKSS TRIllllIVflH nv At f. KlHnu
IiAPIKS FURKIHIIINQ OoODH, NOTIONS,
Collars, UNnKBHi.mjvKii, Iturrx,
And all L'nml (hiiml (n tiilllltmrv .in... all
ol which will bo disposed ol at tho lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson respoclfully
asks a continuation of tho pataonage which
has been co llbeinlly bestsowed upon her bv
tho ladles of Cairo and tho vleltiitv.
l.A YKIIN.
HAMUKL 1'. WHEliLKR,
ATTORNEY k COUNSELOR AT LAW
OAIHO, ILLINOIS,
Otllco over First National bank. 3-IUJm
John U.MUIlccy. Wlllam C. Mulkoy
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Ollico: Klghth street, betweon Commor
clal nnd Washington avenues,
M4 tf.
ATTOKNBYb
OOUNBKL01W AT LAW,
WlllUm II (Jrnnn
William 11. nilher
OA1UO, 1I.MN0IB,
mnoa r.uiikerl
ittrSpoatal attsntlon glren lo Admlialtr and
lUamboat liuslaoss.
vrtan omoLitvnsi,uoorifl 7 Ann 8 ovib
UlTVrTATlnSfAT. HAWK
Don't Buy
iNni, You iiavi:
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
o'trn wjs-w
AXI
LOW BBSERYOIB
As wo havo 11! (JOOI) HKASONH hy
they will do your work,
QUICK AND EASY,
CHEAP AND CLEAN.
Tboy are cheap to buy,
Ttoy are best to uie,
Tioy Lake ovonly and quickly,
TLclr oporatlon is perfect,
Thoy have nlway a good draft,
Thoy aro made of tho best material,
Thoy rosit porfoctly,
Tbny rcquiro I ut little fuol,
Tiny aro very low priced,
Tliay Are easily managod,
Thiy aro suited to all localities
Kvery stovo L'imranted to givo
Satiifivcllon.
CO
o
CQ
0LI) IIY
Excelsior Man'fg Co
KT. I.OI7IN, HU,
AND 1JV
C.W. IIDDLKSOX, Cairo, Ills.
C.' .Vdiwm.
MISSOUUI STATE LOTTEUV.
Liaiuzxu ht Statx Autbobitt asd
Ubaww in Public zx St. Louis.
Grand Hingle M umber Sobemo.
60,000 MUVBIB8
Class Ctouc Drawn March HI, 1674
6,880 1'rizei, Amountinuto 300,000.
1 PrUoof.,
.tso.ooo
- 15,460
10,000
- 7,600
6,000
1,500
1,000
- 600
a0
600 Prtmof..
.$ 100
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. 10
Tickets 10 ; Half TickeU, 8: quarter
Tickets, 2 CO.
Oar lolt.rj.i ar ecarUrcd by tba BUU, ar
arwayi drawn attha lima named, and all draw
ini ar ondar tba supar.laioa of worncom-
niiMfoncrt.
'Ht ofCcijl ilovini u ill be iulliihcj inlheSl.
1.0U papen and 1 copy of drawing lent lo purchaser!
tf ticket..
V will draw t llm.hr .cheme the lilt day of every
month during tht year 1874,
Pemit at our rtlc ty pott office money order, regis
tered letter, draft cr eipre... rnd for circular.
Addrrti Ml RKAV, MII.I.HK .V CO.,
Hi1. O.box2llfi. Si.IauIs.Mo.
IN Stilt A IV Cat
c.'n. hughes,
aouerai insurance Agent
nFFICK,
Ohio Lcveo, over Jfatlius k Ulil'n.
JCSy-iYoe hut firt-clus Campania
repmt meii,
INSURANCE.
KSTAW.ISIIED 18i')S.
Salford, Morris & Gaiidco,
Ixsukancr Agents,
7!! Ohio Jjcvco, City National Hank
Huildiiij;, C'Aino, Im.8.
The ohlt e.vtablWied AKCiiey In .Soulhcrn
Illinois, ri'lirociitliijr ocr
$65,000,000.00.
ol llicc.-it Inmiraiieo Capital thoo II. S
110 AT NTOltl'.B
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GltOOER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Utalor In
BOAT STORES I
Xo. 7 Olilo Lcrco, GA1U0, ILLS
jSTSpocial atlentitm given to couhIku
tnetitH uml tlllltur order. ll-'i tl
sam Wilson,
BOAT STOEES
Groceries, Previsions, Etc.,
2To. XXO OixXo Iiovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who rays Ho will pay roo for a easo ol Ca
tarrh which ho lafU to, euro. Wolcott's Ca
tarrh Aiinlhllator has cured thou.ands wlio
i'.inlil Ii'IVh luirt.lin.l t.tt.i it .....I i.il
......... I" ;. 11IUIUIU II, .'
agent will return tho money to any pur
cliaker who tries a bottle audi iiotbenetlt-
tin I 1 stil I'tit nt'iit 4 nt lii-s-ii tnrnntfj II UM
PAINT Ilylts liu Uurni never blister J it
slops Headache, 'lootlmchfl and Nouralgla
wiiiiiii nu Milium', or money reiuiuieu,
(I, Gomimmitii, eor. l'.'th t Lot-llKti Ktn
my ajri'iit, It, I.. Vni.corr, '.'tw a-'Jft-Sw
i
IK
m
CirfENiEBrasf.
TLo only runamo lillt Dutributlmi in tlio
iiuintry.
100,000 00
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To lo tlirtrllmtod n
L D, SINE'S
41til HEMI-AN.St'Af.
GIPT ENTESPKISE.
To be drawn Saturday, duly, m,, lfj71
ONE OKANI) UAPITAL VHV.E
91U,00W I A UOLIU
Onel'rjze 95,000 In Silver J
Five Prir.es $1,000 each in Orecnlmcks I
i ,,,lzo co ach In Oroonlncks!
Ten 1'rlr.os 100 each In Oroonl.Bcks I
?. "''' rrr'f" ami Miitohed ilorre
ei vn i 'i Mo,,DIC'1 worth
Two IIul'kIci, HoncvA-c. worlli JCOO eaeli !
H1''.c",0"Ctl "o'owood l'laeo. worth
SIM I each! ' ' H ',aK""" ' ' "
l.00 Gold and Silver Lever Uiintitiir Watches
Gold chains, bllver--.vare, .lewolry, Ac, Ac.
.lUMiiaitoir uirra 10,000. Tickktu lim
ktkii to 60,000.
AOKNTS WANTKD TO SEM. TICKKTS
to whom liberal premiums will ho paid. '
KlS'ni.r Ttrr.vTa ai c.v k.
- - " v - u.A 1 1 l k 1 1 ,1 . 1 1
TWKLVB TlCKKTS 0- Tw.rrVv.tivir
TICKKTS ilO
yiibuiari containing a 1 1111 Hit or pnzei,
a description ol the manner of drawing, ami
other Information in referrencc to tho dis
tribution, will be sent to any 0110 ordering
tlinm 411 IaIIa.i ...... a a. " a a . "
uuu. asi iuucii iuuifc uc Auureieeu io
MAIN opkick, L.U.SINK,liox W).
101 W. Filth St. Ci.vciWATi. O.
Vulcan Iron Work
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
0?rOBlTK
NINTH HTHKirr.
JOHN T. RENNIE, IV
FOUNDRY,
MACHINE SHOP
FOIldES AND PffK FlTTlNO,
NTKAM E.aiNnri,MU.I..NTt:AHI10A-I
A.CHI1TE3Y
Manutacturca ana rcpurca.
Special attention (,'lvct to light and hcavt
foriclnp, houfo,liiidro.riilroad and Jail work
mikI all work nr a fclnillar ellatnctcr.
Steam and i;as uitln in all Its brandies.
A full assortment ol Morris, Tafker A- Cl'
l'hlladp'pbla ptpoand lutings, nrussgooiis
etc., and u tlstures always on hand.
1'11'INO OF 1IOUSK FOIt OAH
MAUB A ttrKCIAt.TY.
Accnt for Cameron h i-neclal hteam pumr.
and boiler feeder. Tho next manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps and .ludxoti't
patent governor and governor valve.
The tollowliif; ciikIuck, ete.. for rale :
Two fcteauiboat oiikIiick, 1st ineh boro ol
cylinder; Uvo feet stroke, ami In kiioiI order.
One dteainboat ahalt and cr.uik; wrot Iron
One enu'lno for hoUting freight: 74X10.
Ono 10X20 saw mill engine, with nhalt and
crank lor muly or gang saw, second hand.
One new 7.M2 engine; my own manufac
ture. Aliio, a seond-liand stare cutting ma
chlno and Jointer, and warchoufo hoisting
uiaiihlne, in ood order.
KnginsH and machinery of all klmU bought
and hold
BUTdUKBN
JACOB WALTER.,
UTOHE
And Dealer In
FRESH MEATS,
EintiTit arrtEKT, iikt. Wasiiinoton and
CoM.MKRCiAL,Avit.adJoinlug Ilanny e.
Keens tho hert of Heel, l'orl:. Mutton ve.il.
Lamb. Sallnai.'f. etc.. and is tilviiarcil lu
serve families In a acceptable manner.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTCHER
Ami Dealer In
ALL KINDS OK JiUlKSH MEATS
Hear Cor. Twontloth Stroot and
Couimoroial Avenue.
UAIllO, ILLINOIS
HYLAND &, SAUR,
And DcalerN In
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every decrlptlmi,
Cor. lOtli Street and Cnniinei-.-lal Avcntie,'
Next door to tho llylaml Saloon,
UAIllO, Il.M.NOlS.
II. WAUDNEH, M. P.
1I..I. STALKEH, M.D.
Ollico and renldence 111 Coinmrf lal Ave I
nexL.iliior f the Alheiuuilii.
-nl-lll-t
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS!
I'XnL'L'eratlmi. When tlirl l.lvrrU flit .l ...
iler the whole syrtem and fiery organ and
funi'lion sillier more nr le In compmioiice.
uiu 1411 iieiu siagri 01 i(iciii.casc a man
HO IIS NOT KNOW WHIT AILS HIM.
1 ,!01,,,no.(l,,''rc,,'f-,a,l',,,c,P0l'";ai"l
II al li t in tlmo fn fnlrr. n (.i.,,.! ..
that will re. tore I. m I hV it!,
IN A SINQLc. DAY,
and prevent a whnlo train of cilcnso that
may follow.
tli'o Uv?r.8 ,'IVEK ,,f'LS c,,ro rpl.lltyof
stlnia'fn1 ''' V,1K ,,U,S Klvc, ,n" 10 1,10
.emonill,',VKU1,M'l'S "10
MOTrai.lVi:itPII,l.Silrlvc out rubrlto
;l Hi' r 1 1 1) 11 a.
wKei'u' l'IWS Mr,nE,,lt'" U'
1-1V !i 1 1 n,,,r" aldo a 11 l.lver mod-
mat IKIMOIIK IIAltM THAN finoi),
peVbo'v. ,,tMl,rt" 2 rctlN
JOHN IV IIKVIIV 'Itlii. . v .
prlctor., H uml U CillcKo I'laie', NewYork".
NO. Utl-O-8-iw.
WILS01T
. SHUTTLE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AHD
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
Sltlle Sewii 18
THE BEST IHTHE WORLD
The Highest Premium
was awarded to it at
VIENNA;
Ohio State Fair ;
Northern Ohio Fair;
Amer. Institute, N.Y.;
Cincinnati Exposition ;
Indianapolis Exposition;
St. Louis Fair;
Louisiana State Fair;
Mississippi State Fair ;
AND
Georgia State Fair ;
FOR BEING
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION.
1'" For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heauy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Ra" Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sowing
Machinos for Sale.
Old Machines taken in Exchange,
Send for Circulars, Price
List, &c, and Copy of the
Wilson Reflector, one of the
best Periodicals of the day,
devoted to Sewing Machines,
Fashions, General News and
Miscellany.
Agents Wanted.
Address,
Wilson Sewing; Machine Co.,
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
An old p hyrlclan once raid that nearly all
dleac orlglnato from A mhk.isku covm.
tion up tiu: i.tvKii, nod tl.u .tatemorit h
Iriip.altlionuli t mav at flrrt .. iV:V'
A Iff MA!
Prospectus l-orm KVKKTM'TtAU
THE AiLDINRnt
An lllil,ltatR.l MAfih.VrS-. , y.hJ 1.
V. .1 ill. .1- itf . . "a""nie penou
leal in the World. Aretircentatlvp
ftnilchamplqrAmcricmtaUcs
Nat ron Sal im ,1ook o Jnm Storh
K inSi. ii n.ono .f " temporary or time
iy ntorvM . rliaractcrlat 0 of onlliiarv iiori.
oil CiN. It 1., an elegant mlicillany ot Into
iKl.tniKl LTneoliil lltcratura; an"lVCo ec-
tli.t c aklll, In Mack, ami white Althiueh
raeh aiiccceiliiir ntiinhcr nironls a t,ih
rile.niiro to Itx fVlendj, tho real v.iluo a"
bot .ft0 AWM0lll bo wort ippwe '
.1.1- f -i n umuiUM I'lluucaUOIIH 1V
Ji2i7i "''l'orior rlicapno. n compared with
rivals of a nlmllar claj tho AMIno la nn tin
iqtio ami original ronceptlon-inlono and tin
approached abwlutoly without concept'
In prlco or diaraetor.
ART DKl'AUTMENT, 1871.
Tim llll.af Ml tKnn tT IT n a a ...
a vrorld-vldo reputation, andin tlmart con
tros ot Kurope It an adtnlttfld fact that
its wood cut nro oxaropIcH of tho hluhast
per ootlon over attained. k Tho commor
nrojudlro In favor.)' "elcel plntcp," Urap
Id y ylelJItiK ton teducaUd nnd ill.
1.1U.1UUVIU1, wn .yiiiuu vuugni7.ua inn an
vantages tlio advantaKca of aupcrlor artUllc
fltltvllltf Willi ir.n.ln. f. i.llllu n t
1 . . ' '.. hva.v. i.uii.; Ui l.tlllU.IUII.
Tlin ni1n.l.rlv tnl.rll..laa.f lufl ...till
'ay 'lho. Mornn nnd .1, 1). Woodward,
The Cbrlatraat Issuo lor 1874 will contain
apcclal dcnlcna appropriate to tho eaon.
hy our best nrtlftjj, and will anrpajs In at
traotion any of, Jto prodeccssofa.
PJIEMlTJiia 011 1871.
Kt'err m..
mar i.7i wiii .r;:.. th
orlrinaira
":""" uiornuo p cturca and
rcent ten iboW do W .
. oiiiitaln., Now liamprihlro ; tho other
territory. The chromos aro each worked
! ''rtr "I'tlnct platen, and iro ta Im
.fn 1) ?nU1BW'a.exact fac-slmiles ot
tho originals.
mvAUK. N. J.. Sept. 20. 1871.
.Messrs. James autton 0. .
,,rnKr?TiKM,N'.1 aW JciiKllUd With thO
proof's In color ol your chromos. They aro
mechanical proeoM of tho orlirlnalnalntlnKS.
1 11CKA Crirnmna nrn fn nvnn. . . n .1
2"' ,11Warol?'?norl"al American pro-
CCXJ. With in 1 1 n rl 11 1 r. . . . .
- , ...-.v..... ui 411.1ur11.-un uinuuiac-
turo, froni dolKna of American scenery by
iwii . in ir5 1 prcaenieu to suu-
am 1 l "icccssiui Amuncau
Art Jouriia . if no better tccatiso ol al
tlilf. they will certainly possem an Inte"
no foreign production can inspire, am' nei
ther aro they any tho worso ft Vason of
peculiar facilities of prn.iuct.on they cot
tho publishers om !rli'. while eijual in
every respect toother cwomos tnut are sold
singly for douhh th' ubscrlptlon prlco ol
thoAldino. ,.
If any anVacnber Hhould indicate a pre
Tcrenpo ior n figuro ilulijoct, tlio pahliibcn
wllliond "Thoughts ot Home" a new and
bcitlful cliromo, 14x.0 inches, rcprcientliif;
n Ultle Italian oxllo ivhone speaking eyes
betray tho lont'IJfis ol Ills heart.
15 per annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
mos freo.
for 550 ck.vts extiia, tbo chromos,
mounted, Tarnished, and prepaid by mall.
Tho Aldltic will, bercaltcr, be obtainable
only by subscription. Thuro will no bo, re
duced or club rate ; cash for irubscrlptlon
must bo sent to tbo publishers direct, Ot
handed to tuo local cauvasscr, Without re
nnliitllty to tho publishers, oxcept in
Cases licto lliu eertltlenlo I. Wc-n. bcimiw
the facimllo slcnaturo ol .fames Sutton .t Co.
CANV.VSSERS WANTED.
Any person wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser will recclvo lull and
prompt Information by applying to
Jamks Button & Co., I'ublishors.
fH Mnidnn T.ann Now York
Cvntur Miinucnt.
The great discovery of tho
ago. There Is no pain which
thd Centaur Uniment will not
rclluvc, ro swelling which It
will not puIkIiio, and no lame
noss whieh It will lint euro
.Thls is Htrong langnaro, but
ft lu trim. It la mi hnnihtli?
JPVP3- tho recipe Is iirlutod around
each bottle. A circular containing eertlti
aateB of wonderful utirca ot rheumatism
uoural'-la, lock-jaw, sprains, dwellings,
hums, scalds, cnkod-breasti', poisonous
!ilte, freon leot, i;out, saltrhcum.car.acho
Ac., and tho rcclpo of tho Liniment will bo
sent gratis to anyone. It U tho most won
derful healing and pain rcllovlmr agent tho
world has overproduced. It sells' ns no ar
llclo over before did sell, and It noils becauso
It iloos lust what It pretends to do. Ouo bot
tle of tho Centaur l.lnlmont for animal
iUivMNK.vycr. in worth n hundred dot
lars for spavined, stralnod orgnllod hoikoi
ml mules, and for Hrjw-worni in sheep.
No family or stock-owuor can alTord to bo
without Centaur I.lnlincnt. Trleo, oOcouts:
aegr bottles. $1. J. IS. Koso tc Co., til
llrondwny, Mow York.
CASTOIMA is moro tnan a tJUDsmute lor
Castor Oil. It is tho only h.(vk articlo In
oxlstenco which la suro to reiflllate tho bow
els, euro windcollc and produco natural
sloep. lttsploasanttotako. Children need
not cry and mothors may sleep. 10-7 wly
BELFAST GINGER
ALB!
"COCK OP TIIE WA1 K!"
Ainlieu' l.nlir deslrpii to le( the people
know that he Is still living mid doing lnisl.
liessat his old stand In Cairo, und is ready to
recclvo any order from tho city nr country
for .Soda water, Cider, Ale, mid St. Louis
Hour. .
Ho ha al-o commenced the. mauufactura
of the celebrated llcll!it Olnccr Alo, wlilrh
, iiut up 111 soda water bottles, and is tlio
tlnest beverage ever yet manufactured for
family ue. 20W-Mn2
TflEiPARKERSCBM!
SCHD STAMP roRtinCUUMy
PARKER BROX
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