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OUR OHUKOHIB.
HUlBTlAN OhbftOH KiahUtnM; rrt
between VTaahlnjrton and walnut,
l'roachlng every third ami fourth Hun Jay ,
' Prayer rncstlug Wednesday evening,
j ; X v ' u tmmiilk, 1'astor.
jKri'iitiiiiH r. jor. Kiirnin and wainui nia
rreacning, oaDDain at ii a.ns., ana i p. m
I'rayer matting, WeilneidaT.7ip.BLi
Habbath Bchool. 3. n.m. L. W. Btlllwell,
Pastor.
UUKCU OF TUB llKDKKMJCH (Kplsco-
lio'rnlng prayer. Babbath 10) a.m.
fcveulng prayers. 7ip.ro.
Sabbath School, a.m.
Ubv. Ciiah. A. (lu.nKUT, Beetor.
T. 1'ATltiCK'S C'ilUHOU-Ntnth fit. and
Waahlngton Avenue.
I'ubllc sorvtco, Babbath 8:10 and 10t am.
Vtpcrs, 7 p.m.
Sabbath School, 2 p.m.
Scrvlco every day. a a.m.
Hkv. r. J. O'lUrxoiu.4, l'rlert.
T. JUSKPli'S CUUKOH. (Gorman,) cor-
n..ir Walnut n.l frna it.n.li
Mas, ovory Sabbath at lft o'clock a. m.
V oper, 11 p. m.
Max during week days, 8 o'clock a. m.
IUv. U. UowntAX, I'lioit.
J HUMAN LUTUllltANCUUHCll-iath
troet between Washington Avenue and
Walnut street. '
I'rtjachlng Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
Sabbath School at U o'clock p. m.
Hkv. O. Dukhhciinih, l'Mtor.
lOUNU MK.N'H OU1UHT1AN AHSoClA
TION. Hegular meeting aocond Monday
each month at their room over Rockwell
ft Go's book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'rayer meeting, "iidy, 71 p.m. at
he room.
U. W. Btillwill. l'reildent.
.vitjiun uiualnuiliv nalTIHT
GUUHCIL Corner Byeamore and rony
Hist streets, broaching Babbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Huuday School 1 o'clock p. m.
The church li connected with the Ilunoli
Association, Ly the Klrat Mbslonary Uap
tut Church ol Cairo.
Umv. Solomon Lxonakd, I'aator.
.KMOAN MKTUODIBT. Fourteenth, be
tween Walnut and Cedar.
Bervlcei, Babbath, 11 a.m.
Babbath School, 11 p.m.
Clans meets at a p.m.
fcCOND ntKK WILL HAITIST'-Flf.
teenth Street., between Walnut and Cedar.
Services Babbath. 11 and 3 p. m.
Kbv. N. Hicks, 1'aitor.
IIKE WILL BAPTIST HOMK MISSION
SAUDATH SCHOOL. Corner Walnut
and Cedar Streets.
Babbath School, 9 a.m.
M1WT X1UCK WILL BAl'TIflT CI1UHCI1
-Curry's Baxracka
Sornces, Babbath 11 a.m.. 8 p.m. A 71 p. m.
Bkv. Wm. Kbujiy, Pastor.
flUST MISSION AKY BA1TIST CUUKOH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Tenth SU.
Preaching Babbath, 101 ,m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer mesttng. Wednesday evening.
Preaching, Friday evening.
Sabbath School, 11 p.m. John VanBazter
aud Mary Stephens, Superintendents.
Kxv. T. J. Hiioiiis, Pastor.
KCONO BA1T1ST CHUBCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut. The
only Baptist church re eognlied by the As
sociation.; Services, Babbath, 11 a.m. 8 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Urv. Jacob llHiimr, Elder.
8K0RET ORDER8.
THE MASONS.
VA 'O COMMANDEKY, NO
18. Stated
As.i.-nblT at the Asylum Masonic IU1L first
ana wu sionaays in eacn dddu.
Ia!HO COUNCIL, Ne. 04. ttegular Convo-
cati ,u at Masonic Uau, tne secona Tiaay
in eaen monu.
.:aiho cuaiteii No. 71. lleiruhtt Con
vocation at Masonic Hall, on the third
Tueedar of avarr manth.
lAUtO LODOK, Ne. 337 F. A A. M.-Kegu.
lar Communications at Maaonlc UaU, tne
second and fourth Mondays or each monu.
TUK ODD-KKLLOWB.
BLKXANDKU LOUOK. "XI 1 Meets In Odd-
Fellows' lisll, In Arter's building, every
TDursusy evening at a q-ciqck.
8TATE OFFICERS.
Governor John L. lleverldgo
l.leuteaant-Oovernor
berretary of 8Ut Oeorgo H. Harlow.
Auditor of Bute C. K. lipplceott.
dute Treasuror Casper lluu.
Attornsv (lencral James K. Edsall.
3upU FubUo Instruction Newton Bateman
CONOKUHBMKN.
Senators Richard J. Oglesby and John A.
""hfepresenUUve Klghteenth District Isacc
aamenu.
MEMHKU3 OENKUAL AS9KMDLY.
ltenresentatlves In the 60th district.
'obn II. Oberly, Wm. A. Lemma and Math-
ar .1. Iniicore.
Senator for the AOth district. Jesse Ware.
county orricKiia.
OIKCUIT COURT.
Judge D. J. Baker, or Alexander.
Htale's Attorney Patrick II. l'ope.
Clerk it. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. U. Irvtn.
Wm. Martin Assessor and Treasurer.
Buncyor John 1. Uely.
OOUMTY 00 CRT.
Jinlie- T. Ilrosa.
Associates J. E. McCrlte and B. MarchU-
.on.
Clerk Jacob Q. Lynch.
Coroner John H. QoeamaB,
MUNICU'AL UO VEKNMKNT.
Mayor John Wood.
Treasurer It. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller K. II. Kallls.
Clerk Michael Howley.
Attornav 11. WaUon Webb.
l'ollee Magistrates K. Bross and J, J.
Marshal and Chief of Felice Wm.MoUale.
H tree l uommiMioner u. J. uauuean.
Members Police IToroo A. Cain sargent,
W. W. Wooten, Phillip Uelm.Chas. Mchner
and Henry T, Martin.
BOAHI) OV ALDK11M1N.
ytrst ward-Ulram UUby and J. M.
"hllllDS.
Second ward Herman Meyers and Wood
lilttanhouie.
Third ward John McKwon and F. Kort-
aaeyer,
ro
'ourth ward C.
F. NcUIs
and M. J.
HcOauley.
Fifth ward Jno. B. Uoblnson
H. Morris
and Wm.
no Mnnaolph
Comer State St.
ciiicauo.
TM tnett Btnowiud BiKtialUt of th Agt, ! t,
trtalmMi of PRIVATE. CUltO.VW ami UUl-
NARY DISEASES, SEH1SAL WXAKXESS.
Tk t(Nlif mlr toiUrrttlooi wKlu ciumi, rroauw
vnvnrrarsa.riurLia OH TIIK FACK, AVIRSION T(
BOCIITT, WrAIMO BIOOT, I.0B3 OP MSUOBV
UIHICAL LITIliTlUt. IlliutraU4 wllS ckuls .Drlp
MUllMboiU7Br,kriMt,liJ. Tb lmpllliiiiU
iminlu. TLOr utan. mum ul eun. rrlc Mmli,
MalUartaIaMl4UTiVp4. U41e mWs nrslcl M,
BOOK jf
FATRONIZK
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
Ooiaer TwUUi tret d lv"Mliuiton At
J, 0. HUELS.
(LaU ef Bt. Louli,):
PKOPKIKTOR
BOOK BlUDIR AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFAOTDRKR
in.aNlC HOOKS of everr description dono
with neatness and dftpatch. All .kind of
ruling dono at short notice . lilbles, luslo.
Uaiiazines and FerlodTeala bound neat and
tTfi inwast' Doadble rates.
County work, such as lteeords, Docket
Boo us, liianKs, ow.. niauo a specialty,
tlox os, Vookotllooks.EnveUps, eto.,made
t 11-34,
lrMhM, Bafcbalk it tot a.m. and 7) p.m
tnMatwNi&VNiMtT at 71 p. m.
MSbbath School, 8 p.m; -J.'M. Lansden, flu
oerlntondent. Hkv. II. TiiArxK. l'Mtor
Publlontlon , alUtiat BvUallag
Wmahlartoa AVMtae.
TflUKSDAY, JUNK 11, 1874.
TIMBBLTl'fl AWAY.
Sun conies, moon comer,
Time slips away,
.Sun sell, moon seta,
Love, llx n day.
A year hence, a year hence,
We shall both be grsy,
A month honce, a month hence,
Kar, far away.
A week hence, n week licnco,
And (hat's a long delay,
Walt n llttlo, wait a Utile,
You chilli (It tlio day.
To-morrow, love, to-mrrov
And that's an ago away I
lllu.c upon her windows, mm,
And honor all tho day.
HHHAKINO IT OENTM'.
"Yen, I remember that anecdote,"
tho Hunday-ficliool eupcrintcndanl said,
with tho old pathos in his voice, nnd
tho old flad lock in his eyes. "It was
about n oimpln creature named Iliir,
gins, that used to haul rock for old
Maltby. When tho lamented Judge
Hflfley tripped and fell down tho court
house stairs and foroku h neck, it wao
a great ijuostiou how to break tho news
to poor Mrs. Hatjloy. Rut finally tho
body was put into Higgin'if wagon, nnd
ho was instructed to tako it to Mrs. H.,
but to bo very guarded nud discreet in
his language, nnd not break the news
to her at once, but do it gradually and
gently. AVhon Iliggins got there with
his sad freight, ho tboutcd till Mrs.
Baglcy came to tho door.
Then he caid, "Does the widdcr Rag
ley livo here?"
"The widow Ragley? No, sir I"
"I'll bet she docs. Hut havo it your
own way. Well, docs Judge Ragley
livo here?"
"Yes, Judge Baglcy lives here."
"I'll bet ho don't. Hut nover mind,
it niu't for mo to contradict. Is tho
Jud"o in?"
"No, not at present."
"I jest expected as much. Rocause,
you know tako hold o'suthin, mum,
for I'm a going to tnako a little com
munication, and I reckon maybe it'll
jar you some. Tlioro s been an acci
dent, mum, I ve got the old judgo
curlod up out hero in tho wagon, nnd
when you see him you'll acknowledge
youreolf that au inquest is about
the only thing that could be a comfort
to him!
$ 5,000,000
Exdoavment Scheme !
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN All) OF TUK
Public Library of Kentucky.
J-TJXj-X- 31, 1874.
In announcing tho Fifth and l.i't of tho
scries ol (lift Concert", given for the benefit
of the Fiilillo Library of Kentucky, the
trustees ami miuairer rcier Willi nnuo anil
pleasure to the four whichhave been already
given : The ilr.t, ncccinbtr 16, , the see-
ls.i: and too loll nil. .Marc i ill. ISM.
Under their charter, irrantcd by a special
act of tho Kentucky LeirMaturc, March 1G
1KT1. the Trustees aro authorized to clve
ONK MOOltK, and OM.Y ONK MOOKK
Ollt Conct-rt. With the money nrUIng from
tne Mini ami concert, tne i.iurary, jiu
neuin. ami otner ueDanmeius are
to i
larcod and endowed with a fixed and certain
annual Income. Such an endowment fund
U dcrired. as will secure beyond pcradveu-
lure, not only tne maintenance oi iiih mag-
li rice lit t'ttaoilFlimcni. out us vuntiuni
growth.
The Fifth Gift Concert.
for the ourposcs mentioned, and which is
positively and unequivocally announced a
Till! LAST WHICH WILL HVKlt UK
U1VEN L'NDKU THIS CHAltTKIt AND
11 Y TIIK l'KKSKNT MANAOKMKNT, will
come on in tne l'ub.ic liiurary uau, at kouit-
vuie,Jiy.
Friday July 31, 1874.
At this final Concert everythini; will be
iiiiom a scale corrcsponainv witu lis in'
creased importance. Tho music will be
rendered by an orchestra consisting or one
hundered performers, selected fortheir fame
In d iterant lands and the unprecedented
sum oi
$2,500,000
divided into twenty thousand kII". " Ill be
distributed among me ticKci-noiuerx,
LINT OP UIFTS.
ONK GUAM) CASH OIFT $250,000
ONKUUAM) CASH OIFT 100,000
ONK GUAM) CASH GIFT 7S.OO0
ONK GUAM) CASH OIFT 60,000
ONK GUAM) CASH OIFT 25,008
a CASH riO.ooo earn... luo.oou
10 CASH GIFTS, 14,000 each .. 110,000
15 CASH (I I FTC.
10,000 cacii.,., iou.uw
h.OOOeach..-. lOO.fHO
4,000 each. . . 100,000
20 CASH GIFTS,
25 CASH GIFTS,
80 CASH GIFTS,
60 CASH GIFTS.
11,000 each. . . !)),000
'2,000 oach. . . 100,000
1,000 oach. . . 100,000
600 each. . . 120,000
100 CASH GIFTS.
210 CASH GIFTS.
600 CAnll Gin s.
100 each. . . 60,000
OOeaob. .. 11.10,000
10,000 CASH GIFTS,
finAVli TOTAL 20.000 GIFTS.
ALL, CAM 2,000,000
ruit'E or TiciiiriN.
Whole Tickets $ 60,00
Halves 25,00
Tenth, or eachCoupon , 6,00
11 Wholo Tickets lor 600,00
221 Tickets for 1,000,00
1 Ickcts aro now ready lor saio, ami oruera
accompanied by cash will bo promptly
llllod.
Liberal Commissions will be allowed to
satisfactory airollU.
Clicu'ars containing full particulars fur-
niaiicu on application.
THUS. E. BUAMLETTE,
Agent and Munngcr.
Fubllo Library llulldlng, Louisville, Ky
10 o-a-uw
m .afMlUIAW
DR. W. 15LATJW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
luaurs JJlrck (upstairs) corner Btbtitro
and wasuingion Avenue.
JO-31-tf.
OAIHO, ILLINOIS.
C.W. DUNNING, M. D,
USIDKNOK corner Mnlh and Walnut
trecu. Ottlce comer tilxth street aud
Uiolnveo. ofllce hoiirs IromU a. ra,, to
m,, and 0 p, m
iHpffiEssw''!lHiBH$
iiKmuiisisHptssHi ii!lssHsssBls
IPiyHHMlsHp
A NEW IMPROVED
5'
Av.uim:t
The "Modal for Progress."
At Vlciimi, 1678.
Tho Highest Order of ".Medal Awaidcd
at the KipDMllon.
NO SEWINO MACHINE RECEIVED A
IlIUHEIi PRIZE.
A FEW 00011 REASONS:
1. A Now Invention thoroughly tested
anil secured by letters Patent.
a. Makoni i-Kiti'KCT Lock Stitch, alike
on both sides, on all klndiol good'.
a. Uuns Light, Smooth, olelciH, nnd
Itspld best combination ol qualities.
4. Durable Huns lor years without re
pairs. r. Will do all varltlciof Work and Fancy
Stitching In a Superior manner.
J Is most ealily managed by the opera
tor. Length of stitch may be altered whllo
running. nd murliluo can bo threaded with
out pacing thread through holer.
7' UeM(ii Simple, Ingenious, Klcgant,
forming tlio ntlioli tvlilmiit n. .r o'
vricol Uears, Kotary Cams or Lever Arm.
Has the Automatic Drop Kred, which In
Hires iinlfonn length of stitch at any speccd
Has our now Thru-id Controller, which fol
lows easy mocmcnt of ncedlo-bar nud
prevents Injury to thread.
8. Construction mont careful anl tin
Inhcd. It Is manufactured by the mot skill
1'ul an 1 experienced machatilcs, at the cele
brated ItKMI.VOTOX AH.MOKV, Il.lOX, N. Y.
ChlcaRO Oillcc, 2S& State Strcot.
62 4-'.a.9m
DR. RANSOM'S
HIVE SYRUP AND TOLU
-ort-
Cox's Hive (Crounl Svrun liai been
known and utcd by the medical profession
over 100 ycaw, and as a remedy for Cold
and Coughs has an older and better rep Jta-
iiuu luau any oiucr iougn meuicino ever
offered to the public. It Is known as tho
Compound Syrup of Squill, and a formula
my (, found In every inedlcaldl'pcneatory.
Dr. Hansom's Ulvo Byrup and Tolu, In ad
dition to the inLTcdlents for Cox's Ulvo
rup, contains Ilalnam ol Tulu, decoction
Skunk Cabbaire ltoot and Lobelia, a com
bination that mml commend it to overy one
as a uieriur rciueuy lor wroup, v noopini;
Cough. Asthma, llronchltls. Coughs and
Colds. Indeed lor all affections of the Throat
and Lungs when a cough medicine Is
necessary.
j nis syrup is carciuny prepared under
the personal direction ol a regular Physi
cian ol over twenty years' cractlce. wboo
algnaturo Is attached to the directions on
Uio boms.
its taste is very pleasant and children
like It.
Kvcry family should keep it as a ready
rcmcuy tor croups and colds, etc., amoni;
the children.
D..IUNHOM, So & Co., Propr's, Buffalo,
DR. J. R. MILLER'S
t'.NlVKUSAL
MAGNETIC BALM.
This medicine may
with propriety
nedy," as it Is
bo
called an "Universal Hem
fat
superseding an otlicrs as a general family
medicine. It cures, as If by MAONKTIC
1NFLUKNCK, Neuralgia and allpaln.andls
therefore very properly termed "Magnetic
Jt nn!J no
Cl0cra Morb
iiaim," ii is purely a vegeiauio preparation.
uai as a remedy lor inoicra,
us. DlarrUiea.Uvsentarv. Colic
and all Ilowcl Complaints.
its iiinciy use will euro colds, Croup,
Diphtheria. Oulnsv. and all Throat alloc
tlons.
hen proper v used. Fever and Airuc.and
other complaints Incident to our western
and souioern climates, arc easily broken up,
Nervous l'aln, Sick-Headache, and Uheu
matlcm aro cured by this medicine whon all
others havo failed. Toothache. Karaubo.
Hums. Chilblains and llrulses are relieved
at once by Its use.
l no genuino lias U. Hansom .V Co.'s pri
vate Hevenue Stamp on tho outside. and Dr.
J. It. Miller's Magnetic Halm blown In the
bottle.
Examlno closely and buy none but tho
genuine.
Sold by all Druggists. Frlco 25 cents per
bottlo.
D. Hansom. Son & Co.. l'ronr's. Huiralo.
N. V. Jan. 23-w-flt.
LAWTKItN.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
&TT0HNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
0A1HO, ILLINOIS.
Office ovor First National bank.
3-I53m
John U.MulKey.
Wlllam C. Mulkey
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Oltlco: ElL-hth street, between Commor
eiai ami wasuingion avenues.
n-ii u.
(4REEN & GILBERT,
ATTOHNKY6
OOUNHKLOltH AT LA"W,
William 11. Uroeu, 1
William II. flllbert, J
Miles r.OIIWBrt, j
OAJKO, 1LMN01U,
VSpoolal attention ulren lo AdmlialtT and
ilsamtoat baslness.
ll-riOB OniOLBVBB,BOOUB 7 AJTD B OTBB
niTvwiTinaii. sisv
RoU. Wood & Oo
1130 RIDGE AVENUE
! FIIILADELAIIIA, PENN.,
Fountains. Yiimo, AnlmnlH. Iron Hlalrs,
ST 1 . 1 . ' all Kill.
jjiiiup ro sis, niniiiu t'luiugs.
Wire Works.
CAST) WROUGHT WIRE RAILINGS
NEW ami IMHOVE1M) CUAIU lorthoatreB.
I f'annnrt nviil I. nt 11 r 1 1 m 1 1 a '
VUUbvIt hum vv k vi a saiOa
And
(Jcucral AHSortmcnt of
Orua
mental Iron Work.
KstlmatoH and designs Ronton application,
Hiatiui; van cibhb 01 worK tiutirou,
yO-l-ll-eotlU
Don't Buy
CAREFULLY EXAMINED
LO"W K13SBK,-VOII
As wo havoli! GOOD REASONS ihy
they will do your work,
QUICK AND EASY,
Ul
00
Thoy aro choap to buy,
They aro boit to uce,
Thoy bako ovonly and quickly,
Their operation is porfoct,
Thoy hayo alway a good draft,
Thoy are madoof tho best material,
Thoy roait porfoctly,
They requiro t.ut llttlo fuel,
Thoy aro very low priced,
They are easily managed,
They aro suited to all localities,
Kvcry stove guarantee! to give
Satisfaction.
SO Ml 1)Y
Excelsior Man'fg Co
hT. LOI'IN, HO.
AND UY
C.W. HEXniiUSON, Cairo,
CWrMlAw-Sm.
Ill
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Lkqalizw) lt Stats AuTnoBtTT avd
Dbaws in Fublic in St. Louis,
Grand Single Wumber Sohemo.
60,000 NUMBIE8
Glass 0, to he Drawn March 31, 1874
6,880 Frizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Pmsof..
.HO.0OO
.. 1S,W
10,000
.. 7,600
t.ooo
l.MO
. 1,000
SCO
150
Boo PrlMiof..
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100
10
Ticket 910; Half TickeU, $S: quarter
TlckeU, 11 60.
Oar lottirlss sre ahtrtersd by lbs But, ar
alwars drawn at lb lima cuntd, ana all a raw
inzt ara u
mlssloncr..
ara oodar la iuprltion of sworn com
The official drawing Mill 1 ni.liliihrJ In the St.
Louli papers and a copy of driwlnc lent to purchasers
of ticket..
c will draw a timiur tchune the list day of every
month durlnz the vear 1ST4.
llemlt at our rill by pott dice money order, rccl-
tered letter, oral! cr ex;reis. .--end lor circular,
Addreil 9IIKKA1, .MiLl.r.li ,v w.,
1 U.ko!lin, St. Louis, Mo,
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFFICE,
Ohio Lcvcc, over Matlius & Ulil'n.
t&'A'onc hut jird-clns Companies
represented.
INSURANCE.
ESTAHMSIIKI) 1858.
Sallord, Morris & Candec,
Insurakcr Agents,
7.'1 Ohio Lcvoo, City National Hnnk
.Building, Cairo, Ills.
Tlic oldet established Agency In Southern
Illinois, representing over
$65,000,000.00.
ot thecst Insuranco Capital the 10 U. S
Assignees Sale
OF
Qiiccuswnre, China, (Jliiswnre, Hock-
eiilmm nud Yellow nrc, Sloneivnro,
Clilun Orimmentsnnil Toys, Fancy
Ooo(l, l'liitcaivarc, Table 1
Focket Cutlery, Lamps, Ijiup
CliliuncyH, I'linip Trimmings,
LooUm: Ulnsscs, etc.
In fact every kind of goods belonging to a
r mi wiuss
QUEENSWAKE
STOBH
For tho next sixty day 1 will ofler tho
above goods ut und bclowJcost.l'orcai'h only,
The goods must bo fcold to close the concern
Close buvcrs aro ei-pcclullj invited, either to
come ami see for tliemsoes or tend their
orders, lu ullhcrcsso I guarantee satisfaction
J. T. THOMAS.
Assignee orrutvm, l)aU CO.
Calito, 111., April 15, 187 1
DON'T TRUST ANY MAN
Who says no will pay ,1O0 for a caso ol Oa
tarrh which ho fails to cur ifni,.nti' Ca,
tarrh Annlhllator has cured thoiands who
would havo perished without it. and my
agent win return mo money to any pur
chaser who trios a bottlo und is not benefit
ted. Dltl you over trv Wm.nnTT'S l'AIN
FAINT r Ilylts tio llunw never blister; il
ufnnu lltMtiliirhn. 'rnnlli.iKlm 1 ximt,.t1l-i
.....v.... (till. ...,,
within livu minutes, ormoncv refunded.
O, UOI.DS.MITII, cor. 12th & Locllstl sls
my ageut. It. h. oLCor', "us-a-awiw
PRISE
Tho only ruiianio UlftUlstrlbutlon the In
country.
$100,000 00
VALUABLE GIFTS
IN
To bo distributed In
L. D, SINE'S
llth sr.MI.A.NNI'Al.
GIFT ENTESPRISE.
To bo drawn Saturday, July, 4th, 1&7
ONK 0UAN1 UAF1TAL
10,000 IX HOLD I
l'HI'.E
OiieFrlzc $3,000 In Silver!
Five Frizos 11,000 oach in Ureonbacks
Five Frizos COO each In Greenbacks
Ten Frizos 100 each In Oroonlmcks
Two Family Carriage and Matchod Hore
with Silver-Mounted Harness, worth
i,r00 each I '
Two Hugglcs, HorscvVc. worth $000 each
Two Fine-toned Koscwood l'iaeo, worth
t'M each I
Ten r'amlly Sewing Machines worth
1100 each
1500 Gold and Silver Lever Hunting Watches
(in all,) worh from $20 to $300 each 1
Gold obtains, Sllver-waro, Jewelry, Ac, .to.
Numukk or Girra 10,000. Tickets mm
KTKD TO 60,000.
AQKNTS WANTED TO SELL TICKETS
to whom liberal premiums will bo paid.
SlNOMC TlCLKTfl (2: SIX TlCKKTfl tin
TWKLVK TICKKT8 20- TWKNTY-ri VK
Tickets SIO
Circulars containing a tun list of pnzes.
a description ol tho manner of drawing, and
other Information In referrence to tho dis
tribution, will bo sent to any one ordering
them. All letters must be addressed to
main ofkick, L. I). SINK, llox 60.
101 W. Fifth St. Cincinnati. O.
Yuloan Iron Work
COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
OITOS1TK
KIHT1I HTBEET.
JOHN T. REN1NTE, VL,i,
EOUJSTDKY,
MACHINE SHOP
FoitaKS and Fins Fitting,
hTKAH ENOIN E.N, MII.I., NTKAB11A1
Manufactured ana rcpairca.
Special attention given to light and heavy
forging, bouse, bridge, railroad and Jail work
aim all work of a similar character.
Steam and gas fitting in all its branches.
A full assortment oi Morris, Task or A Cd'i
l'hlladolphln pipe and liftings, llrass goods
etc.. aud L-as fixtures alwavs on hand.
FIFINU OF HOUSK FOK QAb
MADH X 61'ECIALTY.
Agent for Cameron g special steam pump
and boiler iecder. Tho best manufactured.
Coil's patent syphon pumps, and Judsou'i
patent governor and governor valve.
The following engines, etc., for sale :
Two steamboat engines, 104 inch boro ol
cylinder; tlvc feet stroke, and In good ordci.
One steamboat shaft and crank; wrot iron
One enftlno for hoisting freight: 7X10.
Ono 10X20 saw mill engine, with shaft and
crank for muly or gang saw, second hand.
Onenow"Al2 ongluoj my own manufac
ture Also, a soond-band stavo cutting ma
chine and Jointer, and warehouse hoisting
maanlne, in good orucr.
Kneines and macmncryoi au Kinusuoucm
aud sold
BDTCHEBM
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Dealer lu
FRESH MEATS,
Eioiitii Stkkbt, 11KT. Wasiiikoton akd
OoMUisnciAL,AVK.adJoInlng Uanny's.
Keens tho best nrUecf.Fork,Miitton veal,
r.iinili. SainaL'tt. etc.. and is prepared to
servo families in a acceptable manner.
JAS. KYNASTON,
BUTC HER.
Ami Dealer lu
ALL KINDS 01' FKESII MEATS
Near Oor. Twentieth Stroot and
Commercial Avenuo.
OAIKO, IM.INOIS
HYLAND & SAUR,
BtJTOH BRS
And Dealers in
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ilccrlptlon,
Cor. 10th Street ami Comnicivial Avenue,,
next uoor to mo iiyiaim namou.
Caiuo, Iu.inois.
WFT ENTER
MOTT'S
LIVER PILLS!
An old physician onco said tli.it noarly all
diseases originate from A dihkaskd condi
tion ok tub MVRit, nnd this statement Is
tnic, although It may at first seem liko an
oxaifccratlon. When the Liver Is out ol or
der tho whole system and every organ and
function sillier morn or lets In consequence.
In tho Incipient stages of tho dlscasu a man
DOES XOT KNOW W1UT AILS KIM.
He Is moody, rolless and dnpondeiit;atid
that Is tho tlmo to tako a bimpli: iikmkdy
that will re. tore It in to he 1th.
IN A SINGLE DAY,
and prevent a whole train of diseases that
may follow.
MOTT'S L1VKU FILLS cure torpidity Of
the Liver. '
MOTT'S HVKIt FILLS gives tone to tho
stomach,
MOTT'S LIVKIl FILLS cleanse tho sys
tem of bile.
MOTT'S LlVKlt TILLS drive out rchrllo
affection.
MOTT'S LlVLIt FILLS strengthen the
whole nystcm.
,10Ti"S LlVKlt FILLS regulate tho
Liver, nnd aro more rellablo as a Liver mcd
Iclno than any of tlio mlmral preparations
that DOMOIIK IUIIM THAN OOOI.
For salo by nil druggists. Frlco 25 cents
JOHN V. HBNHY, CUltltAN ACO.. Fi
prietop, 8 and Collcgo l'lace, New Yoi
No. 2y.-2-0-8-lW.
ro-
ork.
a m mn
'WILSON
k SHUTTLE
Sewingacliine
POE
50 Dollars
FARMERS,
MERCHANTS,
MECHANICS,
AND
EVERYBODY
Buy the World-Renowned
wmmw
itt
THE BEST IHTHtWORLD
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 BEINC
The Best Sewing Machines
and doing the largest
and best range of work.
All other Machines in the
Market were in direct
COMPETITION.
63?" For Hemming, Fell
ing, Stitching, Cording,
Binding, Braiding, Embroid
ering, Quilting, & Stitching
fine or heavy Goods, it is
unsurpassed.
Where we have no Agents,
we will deliver a Machine for
the price named above, at the
nearest Rail Road Station of
Purchasers.
Needles for all Sowing
Machines for Salo.
Old Machines taken in Exchange,
Send for Circulars, Pricfc
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 Seiint Machine Co.;
CLEVELAND. OHIO.
StafflB Sewii ffiacMBB
frospectos for 1874 t EYSXTML T&Ut
THE ALDINE.
leal in tho World. AroproJufitl"ar
and champion of AmerlcaSr Us ,
Not ron Sits in iooi on Axwt Bnu
.,iT1l? A,,,,In'. w"o iMued with all the ret-
odi?M.r"tih"ct.cr,l,Uo ' onllnarr' perl
RSh?Ln,i U.i' nn. 1??'tmlscollany It pura
light and Kraeeim licrature : and eollecl
H0.1 'L,,,.1.c'Vrc,.',lh? speclm'n of aS
tlstlosUll, In black and whuT. AHhiK
each succeeding number affords a nih
plcasuro to iW friends, tho real vatuo and
beauty of The Aldine will bo most npprtcS
ated after it has been bound up at the close
of tho year. While other publications may
claim superior ehcapnosj, as compared with
rivals of n similar cfas.i, the Aldine Is an un-
uim- mill "i ini n cuncepuon aione and un-
until elfin. I Mii.ATiityili. wiihAH. .i..
In price or churacter.
ART DEFAKTiTENT, 1874.
saw uuouauuun vi IUU illUIUU UAVD TT
a worM-wIdo reputation, and in the art cen
tres ol Kuropo It Is an admitted fact that
perfection ovor attained, Tho coma
prejudlcoin favoro' "steel plates," Ian
i.o ..wwi. bum ctiu v Aauijuvn ul kuu UlUOni.
comsnor
crimlnating taste which recofrnizei tho "ad-
vantages tho advantage" or euporior artlitlc
quality with creator facility or production.
The quarterly tinted platen for 1871 will bo
liy Thoi. Moran and .). I). Woodward.
s..nMuua iuu tut igii will vuuvaiu
trpoclat dealgna appropriate to tho aeaaoo.
Vi. ntir Vi,... !(. nM.I ..-1 1 1 .... -.
. HIHUUTf .1U mil DUIUIM13 lu v
tractions any ot Its prodeccuon.
I'ltEMIUMH you 1874.
L Kvcn- Btitucnbcr to the Aldino for th
1110 puuinncrs or the Aldine, by Thoma
n.v uiuiauu iJiciurea anu
WSS5?"4i by ?on?res -"or ten thoulnd
dollars. Tho subjects were choson to ren.
resent fen thousand dollars. Tho .uhlecta
lii-, c"0fe.n, to present T1.0 East" and
Die West." Ono Is a view in the Whito
Mountains, Now Hampshire; tlio otter
elves tho C. ITa nf r.rr. tii- TJT 1
territory. Tho chromos aro each worV3
Sm,i "rtJ. dlstln:- Platcat, and nro In size
the originals. r "
KWAitK. N. J Sept. 20. 1873.
Messrs. .Tamei button tc Co. .
Ukntlkmkn-I am dcllfthtsd with the
proors In color of your chromos. They aro
wonderfully successful representations by
mcchanloal process ot the oriRtnalpalntinw.
Very respcclfully, Tiios. StOaUN?
Thcio chromos aro in everv annaa imiri.
can. They aro by an orinal -American pro
cess with material of American manufac
ture, from designs of American scenery by
an Amortcan painter, and presented to sub-
uu urm successrui American
Art Journal. H no better because ol all
this, they will certainly possess an Interest
no foreign production can insplro, and ncl-
nig huvj uuv IUU UtBU 11 OT retUOIl OI
norllllnt fmntltttna a tiM.tn.ilA. n a.
'wuaaa-a IHVIItNVO V a J' UUUVllUtl U1V Y CUBb
tho publishers only a trlllo, whllo equal in
over' respect toother chromos that are sold
singly for double tho subscription price of
tho Aldino.
lr.HM..ii...i.i. .L...I.I i- , i .
. BuusuiuDi ouuuiu loiucaio a pre
ferenco for a figuro (ublect, tho pabllsbera
will send "Thoughts ot Homo" a new anl
bcatirul chromo, 11x20 Inches, representing
i. iii.iu iiauuu ujliiu wuubo apcaKiug eyes
1 5 pgr annum, In advance, with Oil Chro
mos froo.
For $50 cknts kxtiu, the chromos,
mounted, varnished, and prepaid by mail.
Tho Aldino will, hcrcaltcr, bo obtainable
only by subscription. There will no be re
duced or club rate ; cash Tor subscription
must bo sent to the publishers direct, or
handed to tho local canvasser, without re
sponsibility to the publishers, oxcept In
cases where the certtttcats Is Ktvcn, bcaruM!
the faclmllo signature ol James Sutton & Co.
canvassers wanted.'
Any person wishing to act permanently
as a local canvasser will receive lull and
prompt information by applying to
Jamxs tf uttom & Co., Publishers.
BB MaMnn I.ano Nw York
L'cutnr Liniment.
The great discovery of tho
ace. There is no Daln which
the Centaur Liniment will not
relieve, no swelling which lt
wlllnot subdue, and no lame
ness which It will not cure
.This Is strong langnare, but
It t. tntA Ttla tin hnrnhni,.
ppfyac the recipo Is printed around
each bottlo, A circular containing certifi
cates of wonderful cures of rheumatism
ucuralgla, lock-jaw, sprains, swolllngs,
burns, scalds, cakod'breasts, poisonous
bites, frozen foot, gout, saltrhoum,car.acho
xo., anu mo recipe oi uio ijinimoni win uo
sent gratis lo anyone, it is uo mosi won
derful healing and pain rollevtmr agent the
worm nas overprouueeu, humus ojiuu ar-
llcio ever ucioro uui sen, anu u semuecause
It does Just what lt pretends to do. One bot
tle of tho Centaur Liniment for animals
(yellow wrapper) Is worth a hundred dot.
tars lor spavined, strained or galled horser
ana imuu, ana tor screwworm in sncep.
No family or stock-owner can afford to be
without Centaur Liniment. 1'rice, COcents:
. A, T II Una. Jfr I M
Ilroadway, Now York.
OASTOICIA is more man a sunstitutu tor
Castor Oil. it Is tho only SjLvk artlclo in
oxlutcnco which is euro to rogulate the bow
ols, cure wlndcollo and produce natural
sleep, ltlsploasanttotako. Children need
nnt cry and mothers mav slnen 10-7 wlv
BELFAST GINGER
"COOK OF THE WALK!"
Aiulruw Lohr dolres to let tho people,
know that he Is Mill IUIiil' and iloliiL- Inml.
ncss ut his old Ktuud lu Cairo, and U ready to
rccelvo uny order from llm cty or country
for Sodii water, Cider, Alo, and St. Louis
lloer.
llo 1ms also commenced tho manufacture
of tho celebrated Uilfast Ginger Ale. which
Is put up In Hoda 'water bottle, nnd Is tlio
Uncut bovcrugo over yut wanufaeiiircil for
family Use. lWl-3-Mui;;
jncrAnRttttuifsV.
8CKI STAMP f 9BEBUUsy
PARKER BRpm
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