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JOHN H. OBERLY & CO., PROPRIETORS.
OFFICE, BTJXiXiETIIsr BtriIiI3IlTC3-, COB. 12TH STEBET A.3ST0D WASHINQTOIT -fWErtTTTE.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SUNDAY, MAY 19, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHENGTON-AV
Our Home Advertisers.
On Ilghtb Street, bttwten Commercial and Wash
lagtonAvenuat, It dally receiving
NEW 4IILLINERY GOODS
LATEST SmiKO AMD BUM MI It STYLES.
Bwlild full lis of
BoisrisriBTs & hatb
(Trimmed tad untrlmmed,
rtlMca FLOWERS. RIBBONS, TKtUMINOS
of all kinds. Laces, tic., etc.
tart. Mofiae hM alao a large assortment of
reoey amicus, tuch as
HECK TIES. COLLAR. UNPKIISLKEVKH,
siurro, HAaitra, rana,!
And all other article! usually lound In
FIRST-CLAB3 MILLINERY STOKE
Mrs. McOae It well-known to I he Ladies o
Cairo tad vicinity, and by ttnet sttentlon 10 liwtt
lata hopet to relate, and add to Ibt patronage
wnicn cat Men to nttriiiy Dtttowea upon ntr
In tht put.
5 MRS. 91. SWANDER,
hat opened out an txtentlvt stock of
Alt ol which art tntirtlv new tnd of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an element assortment of
LACKS, VftlNOES, KID OLOYZS, HOSIERY
and all artlclee usually kept To a Ant-clue mil
Mrt. iwender Invltei the public tocell and Id
pact her atock, which the will take pleasure in
bowleg u old at well aa new cutter era.
I mil iii. .i ..
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
0ai FiHrt end Humber't materia, Weo
puaapt , glob ant anile valval, atop
cocka, check valret, tie.
auo attar roa
Tatta rsttfctra rat a I Dry tlaa liirr
lad MortbtOM. Wtlla A Co't Automatic Watet
Udiyater aad Supply Valve for tteam boiler.
WIYTTBB'S BLOCK, COMMKBCIAL-ATKXU
For Sale at Wholesale or Retail
COBNXK 32D-BTBKTAND OHIO LKVXl
ovlW V. GAMBLE
BURNETT & CO.
HIQUUT CASH TRICK rXID 0B 1IIDKB
Messrs. Burnett & Co.,Thornton'i block,
Tenth street, are prepared to pay tho high
est caah price for article in their line, as
60c to GOt
Musk Rat ......
r ' Bearer Skins
Green Salt, kip and calf...
For other articles, such as rags, featb
ers, bees wax, wool and tallow, we will day
the highest market prices, , ,
BCRNBTT & Co.,
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, 111.
10 to IS
40 to 60
10 to 12
5.00 to 6.00
6.00 to 7.00
. 9 to 10c
, 12 to 14c
, 25 to 36c
MASSACRE IN TEXAS-
OP THK BORROWING
MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN
MUTILATED AND HURNED TO
DEATH l'ERSUIT OF THE
DEMONS A SHARP
FIOHT AND THE
DEATH OK A
A H WOfflfE.1l rJITH.
Mt. Vtaxon, III., April 11, 1S72.
Bitter Calrt llutlrtin ;
Una Hia Please to announce me nt a candl
dale for Clerk of the Supreme Court, Southern
Orand Ihvlal in ol Illinois. The new constitution
provides that the Clevka ol the Supreme Court
ahall hereafter be elected at tho November elec
Una, Instead of Ibe June electlen ait herefor.
The successor of the present tncumbente are
to be elected this coining fall, but will not qualify
until tho prettnt term expire In U73.
It. A. V. WILDANK3.
B. LBTT CO. PAT TBB BlOBKST MARXBT
Below will bo found the corrected list
of prices paid by H. .Levy & Co., for
bides, furij feathers, wool, tallow, bees
wax, and all kinds of country produce.
Levy 4 Co. do a very large trade in their
line, and it is a well known fact that they
always pay the highest prices to be ob
tained In this market They aro now
Bear Bklas :
Beaver, per pound
bidxs, rxx rocMo:
Beef Bides, Dry Salt
, Green Bait......
Wamiinoton, May 17. A report has
been received at tho War department, giv
ing details of tho nmnHcro by Indluns,
Mexicans and ncRrofjj coinbirivu, of per
sons in chargo of a train of supplies, en
route to Fort Stockton, at Howard's woll,
nenrold Fort tLaricaler. Tlio facts, at
reported to Gen. Augur, by Col. Mcrritt,
of the Ninth cavalry, under date of tho
20th or April, from Fort Clark, nro given
On tho 20th Instant I arrived, with tho
cavalry In my command, nt Howard's
well, a few hours too lato to provent ono
of the most horriblo tnaisacrci that has
evr been perpetrated on this frontier. A
Mexican train, loaded with United States
commissary and ordnance storci. on its
way from San Antonio to Fort Stockton,
was attacked by Indian?, plundered and
burned. Tho pcoplo with tho truln, seven
teen souls in nil, were killed or wounded
except one woman. My command
BCRItD ELEVI.V UODlll",
and brought threo wounded men and ono
woman into thl port. Itefure arriving at
the burning train, thu first intimation we
had of this horrible diiatter whs the
charred and blackened corpses of some of
the poor victims, but no one was allre to
toll tho horrors of thu affair. I tupposed
up to this timo that Cupt. Sheridan, with
the infantry of my command, was In camp
at Howard's well, about a mile
distant from tho sceno of tho massacre.
and whilo yet some distance lrom
that point the smoke of the burning wag
ons was mistaken forhistoamp firc, which
confirmed mo iu this belief. I knew at
lout that a sergeant and four men weroal
toe vten in cnarge ol forage, ibc com
mand moved rapidly toward the well,
when tho detachment at tho point was
met, and ho pointed out the course the In
dians had taken with tho stolen animals
belonging to the train. In less timo than
it takes to relato it,
THK TRAIL WAS FOUND.
and rapid pursuit at once made by com
panies lA and II of tho Ninth cavalrv.
commanded respectively by Captain Coo-
ney anu iioui. Vincent. Alter following
the trail somo 'miles, tho cavalry camo
upon the Indians in force on the summit
of a steep and almost (moats b In bluff.
Here a sharp fight occurred in which I re
gret to say that Lieut. Vincent
FKLL MORTALLY WOUNDED,
while btavelv leading and nttemiilni; to
control his men. Ho died shortly aftor re
turning to camp, about 10 o'clock that
nignt. laniain cooney was painfully.
though not seriously Injured by his horse
tailing wntio moving at a rapid rate. He.
however, remounted and retained his com
mand. The men of his comnanv behaved
very well, but being in greut part recruits
in Indian fighting, which was the caso in
company H, to n still greater extent, they
squandered their ammunition. The loud
or ammunition mado a protracted pursuit
ui uiu iuuiam irnpusiuie. j woman wno
escaped reports that six Indians wero killed
in tho tight. Words fail to convoy an
THK HICKE.NI.VO ATROCITIK
;ommitted by tho demons, who overpow
ered the train men, kcvernl of whom were
taken alive, tied to wagons and burned.
An old woman was carried somo distance
from the placo of attack and then shot
and scalped. Her grandchild had its cars
cut otf, was sculped and had its bruins
dashed out, whilo the mother of tho child,
who witnessed it all, as also tho death of
hor husband, at th train, was carried off I
by tho fiends. Moro than onn poor
wretch crawled from
THE UUKNINO WAGONS,
after tho ropes which hound them had
burned off, only to burn to blackened, un
recognizablo masses, with charred hands
mid faces raised In positions of entreaty.
Tho train 'had nine mon with it ; tho re
mainder of tho party were women and
children. It is feared ono woman was
taken away by tho band, though it is pos
sible that alio, as well as other bodies un
accounted for, was burned to ashes with
It Is reported that tho band consisted
of from 125 to ISO men, and was com
INDIAN", MCXTCANS AND DESERTERS
from the army. A number of arms nnd
supplies of ammunition wero taken from
tho train by tho band boforo burning it.
How many arms I cannot say ; it was tho
supply which was lately sent from the
arsenal at San Antonio to Fort Stockton.
Gcnoral Augur, In his report, oxprcsses
tho opinion that tho Indians camo from
Mexico, and this belief is sustained by the
fact that Mexicans and deserters from
colored regiments wore with thorn, such
deserters usually escaping into Mexico,
Ilr tirtue ef nn execution to me directed by
thu Cleric uf the Circuit Court of AleiaDdfr coun
ty, In Him Mate (if Illinois, in furor of the peopln
it the stnte ol Illinois, lor the use of Tliomss
Lwn and against .foe) (J. M'jriian, Wllllnii J.
Allt-n. I'atrlrk Krillv. Ilninsnl Hmtih atvl John
Q. Herman, I hate leried upon the following
ue.eritxvi propertjr, Jo-wit I Lota numbered
twfn(iz; mid thirleni. 13, in block numbered
two (ij, in the city of Cairn, in aH county nnd
tati, in the property of said Ilernard Hinvlli,
which I will otter at publto sale, at th) south
west door of the court hous. In salrt city, on
the Uth day ol June, A. U. 1CT72. between the
hours ol nln o'vloek n.m. and sunset of said
day, for cash, to satlsly eald execution.
Hherlfl of Alexander County, Illinois.
Calre, III., May -ii, itnt.
I'nder and hr tlrlne of an order and decree of
the Circuit Court ol Alexander county, Illinois,
made on tho petition of the nnderslnned. admin
istrator rum ttttameto annuo of the eswte of
Jacob Cauble, deceases), for leaTe to sell the real
estate of said deceeil, st the April Term, A. f.
167,01 said coLtt. I shall,
ON MONDAY THE lit DAYOF JC'.Y, A D 1872
between the hours of 10 o'clock a, m. and 5
o'clock p. m., of said day, srl at public sulo. at
thecou-t house door In the c!tr of Cairo, Alex
ander county, Illinois, the following described
real estate, lo-wit I
Sixty-seT-n and 40-HO (C7 40-10M are. off the
went eide of ihe west halt otthenorth-wesi quarter
ot section noc(l). tnwnshlD fourteen (11), south
range two (21 west ol tho third (31 rriticir.le me
ridian, situated in Alexander county, Illinois,
Toenty and 80.10011 ftO-lou teres ofTthe east side
of a rut half ot the north esstquarter of section
wrj lownsnip lou'ieen south range two
li), we.t of the third 3 principle meridian, situ
ated in Alexander county. Illinois, end Ibueonlh
east quarter of the south east quarter of sc.
tlon thirly-fite 34, township thirteen 113, south
range two 3 wet of the third 3 principle me
ridian, con.ainiDg forty 4VJ acret, aituated In
Onion county, Illinois.
The payments to b-i maIe as follows, Tlx :
one.thir J cash in hand, th' balance in six months
from the date of sal', se-ured by note and sale
morlKaxe on the ireinisra sold.
Adminlstrstor turn Uitamtntg annuo of the estate
of Jacob Ciuble, deceased.
May loth. 17 J.
Oreen A Gilbert, Att'ye.
Frank Hums, defendant, Is notified that
on Ihe Nrel day of May, 172,
Amanda Burns, complainant, filed her
bill in chancery lor dlrorce, in the Alexander
county Circuit Court, state of Illinois, and that
eatdeuit is now pending in said court. A sum
mons wis issued out of the cleric's office of said
court against you, returnabln on the first Monday
ol July next, to a term of a d court then to be
holden at the Court House in Cairo, in said
couity and state.
JOHN Q. HARM AN, Clerk.
Dated May 1st, 17. i-2dltwtt.
Green A Gilbert, solicitors for complainant.
A. N. Cheney, delsVdant, is notlrled that on the
Klh day ol March, IS72, a writ ot attachment was
issue tout of the clerk'a orfice of the Alexander
Coutitr Circuit Curt In the Htate of Illinois,
against your .state, returnable on the first Mon
day in April, 17J, as the suit of Thomas J. Eat,
plalntiil. for Ihe sum of It. "J CI and accruing In-iere-l,
winch writ has ben exec-ited, snd said
suit is now ponding in raid iourt. Unless you
hall appear nn the retnrn day theieof. Judgment
will he rmdeied against you. and the garm.hee
erred in said caue required to auwrr, and be
deilt with according to lair. Dated, Marrh IMh,
1(C2. JOHN Q. HARM AN, Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey A Wheeler, ati')a for plaintiff.
A. N. Cheney, defendant, is notified that on the
14th day of Mnrch, 1S72. a writ of attachment was
issued out of tke clerk's otfico of the Alexander
County Circuit Court. In the Mate of Illinois.
2ainl your esiair, returnable on inc nri .utui.
las in Ar.nl. A. I). 1S72. at the suit ol Natian M
Thompson, plalntiM, for Ihe sum ol S4U eo and
accruing intereal, which writ has been executed,
and said suit Is oow Dendlna in said court. Unless
you appear on the retu n day thereol. Judgment
win i.e eniereu against ynu, snu me varmsnee
serred in said can-e required to answer, and bo
ealt with according to law. Dated. Harcb ltth,
1S72. JOHN Q. HAltilAN, Clerk.
Allen, Mulkey Wuteler, att'ys forplatntlU.
A. N. Chenev. defendant. Is nttlfied that on ths
14th day of March, 1672. a writ ot attachment was
issued out of the cb-ik'a oltoe. of the Alexander
County Circuit Court, in the Stain of Illinois,
against your estate, reiurnaoie on nia nri non
day in April, U73, at the suit of James Y. Clem
son, plaintltl, for tho sum of I3i5 9 and accruing
interest, wnicn writ nas peon execuien, son esm
uit la now penning in eaui ccuri. uniesayou
halt annear on the return dar thereof, iudement
will be entered against you, aod the garnishee
erred in said causa required to answer, and Iw
t with according to law. l'aiixt Jlarfii loin,
1672. JOHN Q. HARMAN. Clerk.
Allen. Mulkey A Wheeler, alt') a lor piaintllt.
If you want the best board in tho
city call at tho Court House Hotol.
f2 00a 2 25
5 00a 7 00
Try thk Excelsior. Thoio who in
dulgo thcmsolves in luxuries siich as St.
Louis Lager Boor, Cocktails, Gin slings,
rich Wines and ico cold Lemonades, all
sweetened with flnost.'plano music, should
call on Fred. Blankenborg.s. Ho has tho
coolest, quietest and finest saloon in tho
west. Ho has also a fine billiard table for
the use of his guests andjhls cigars cannot
bo excelled. 6-lOdlm
60 a 76
27 i a 87
181 a 20
'lallow, psr poand,
raathers. " "
TM aks)T pxlM Ut Ii inkjact to sorrK-
26 a 28
T. B. Ellis, proprietor, corner 7th street
and Commercial avenue, Cairo, Ills.,
prepared to accommodato the public with
board by the day, wesk or month, at lower
rates than any other flrsi)-olajis house in
the city. The rooms are all well fur
nlshed, light rind airy, good' sample rooms
for the accommodation of Commercial
agents. The bouse Is looated In the cen
Urof ths business part of the city within
on square ! post offlcs. 4-tj.tf
SIGN OF THE
74 OHIO, LEVEE,
Wholesale and Kelall
PAINT & OIL DEALERS.
We keep a lull stock of Pure Drugs and
Also a complete lint of toilet articles, Im
ported and American soaps,
Together with a large assortment of Druggists
State of Illinois. Alexandcrcotintv.es.
In the circuit court ol saM county of Alexander,
July Term, mi. tviitaoeiis tiewut v, Arnaei
Hewitt, in unancery ; tor 1'iTorce.
Alhdavit of the uon-iesidencn of Ashael Hewitt
the aboe named defendant having been filed iuthe
lerk a omce n aaid court, noticn is ineretore here
iv L'iven to the said Ashael Hewitt that the com
plainant filed her bill of complaint In said court
of chancery side thereof un the --l day ol April,
172, and that thereupon a summons issued out
of aai t court returnable nn the first-Monday In
lie month ot July next, at by law required.
Now. unless you, the said Ashael Hewitt, eliall
personally Im nnd appear before the Circuit Court
of Alexander county on the first day of the term
thereof, to bo holden at tho Court House in tne
iivet Cairn, in said couuiy. on the first Monday
in July next, and plead, unsaer or demur to the
aid complainant's bill ol complaint, the aame
and the matlera and things therein charged aod
stated w n uo iniccn aa conieasea. anu a decree
enteicd against you according to the prayer of
JOHN u. 11AKMAN, Clerk,
VKllUi AlllUUta, A I'll J so
11. W. Webb, Cotnp'a boVr.
Leeal notlre It hereby eiftn that Samuel Slaatt
Taylor and Edwin Parsoim, titisteeaof thn Cairo
City Properly, hate filed their bill in chancery, to
enforce renders I en. in tho Circuit Court of Al
exander county, ataie of Illinois, aealnst Elliv
beth Fittgerald, now Elisabeth Coalelln, and t".
coatelio, ner nushaud. inai said suit it now
pending In said court ; and that the time and
olace of Ihe return of the summona issued
said cause la the first Monday in July, A. I). 1872,
at tne term ot aaia court men to oe nniuen at toe
court House in Cairo, Alexander county, state ol
JOHN Q. HARMAN, Clerk.
Cairo, Hay 2nd, 1672. 6-2dltw4t.
An efioctual preventive ot Cholera, Typhoid
Fever. Mnall-I'ox. Scarlet Fever, Measeis, Cat
tle Disease, and all pestilential and contagious
diseases. It is put up la pastboard cartons, the
lops of which contain perforations, from which
it can besprinkled a from a pepper box. Hold
by ntRCI.A Y BROS.
i ne rciaii price is cenis per jjsvmikc
(Proceedings of the Hoard of Health-Official.)
Orricx lloiiiD or ilin.ni. .Sr. I.oi'u.'.- l May,
1871. The resident phyelclana states that he Im
used. In the city hospital, tho carboitc acid
powder and finds it the best disinfectant and
destroyer of bugs, ants, cockroaches Ac , ol
which lie has knowledge. Tour committeo re
commends the purchase of this powder for use
in mo nospitaiK,
inicueui n. u, oiuuc.i,
Clerk Hoard nt Health
We erenow in receipt ef a fresh stock of
For thu season : also a full lino of
And Painters Materials generally.
St. Louis Advertisements.
To buy the Celebrated
AND BEST QUALITIES Or
THE LATEST ARRIVAL OF DRY GOODS
Grand Opening at Cunningham's
AND ALL KINDS Of
AT THE VERY
612 and G14 North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Salesrooms of the
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., O
THF. ONLY ItEI.IADLE GIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COUNTRY I
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed in
Ij. X). SIDE'S
liJth Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, June 3d, is:;.
Two Grand Capitals of
$5,000 In Greenbacks I
Two Prizes $1,000 S t
Five Prizes 600 2. I GREENBACKS
Ten Prizes 100 I
One llarse and Tlugay with Kllver-Mountcd Har
ness, wortn w' eacn.
One fine-toned Ilnsevtood Piano, worth S'i.
Ten family aewlntr machines, worth Slou each
Fivo heavy cased gold hunting watches aod heavy
m cnains worm sjai eacn. rive gci I Atner
hunting wttches vo.tli ilii euch. Ten
Do you wish to receive all the bepenefite of
iar;BLUE LICK, Kt.
Without the expenao of atrip to those resorts.
If so. apply lo us. We receive these waters d.
rprt frem the surinirs. and are nrelmr&d to tllr
niah them pure, ICE COLD, Fresh and Llly
from our counter. Persons living at a distance,
or who wish to have tho water in their houses.
can be supplied withHnraioga In bottles and Dlue
Lick in hollies, krga tnd barrels. Call and get
acircutar in reuaru to tne medicinal virtues cu
these noted waters.
Estate o Mtchell Lasare, deceased.
The undertlgued having been appointed ad
ministratrix of tht estate or Mitchell Laiare,
late of tht county of Alexander and atate ot Illi
nois, deceased, hereby glvea notice that the will
appear before the County Court of Alexander
county, at the Court House In Cairo, at tht Jul;
term, on tht third Monday la July next, at which
time all persona having claimt agUnst aald etttte
ara notified aad requested to attend for tht pur
pott ol having tba taint adjualtd. All ptrsont
ndtbtad to atid estate are rtquteltd tq make Im
mediate eavmsnt to the undtriltna I.
DtttdfbltTtbdaypf Ma, A. IJ. l.TS
S-Mw, wssiiiT isAAAax., as
UdiVs ifold huntluif watches wi.rth XltO eAch.
Eight hundred gold nud silver lever huntiiir
watches, In all, wortli from S20 to l.nni. Ladles'
gold leontine chains, gent's gold vl cnalns,
solid nnd double plated silver table nnd tea
spoons, photogniph albums, Jewelry, etc, etc.
Whole number or gills, e.ocsj. Tickets IlinltcU to
Agents wanted to ecll tickets to whom liberal
premiums will be paid.
McgiH tickets one dollar i six tickets fire dol
lars; twelve tickets, ten dollars; twenty-five
Cinulars containing ft full list of prise, a de
scription of the innnner ot drawing, and other
Information In referenco tn the distribution, will
bo sent to anyone ordering them. All letters
must be addressed tn L. 1. SINK, Hoi, M,
nrrii-t, Cincinnati, O.
101 West lh St., nori-wAdly
Mr. It. H. Cunningham has lately received (and is dally adding to it) one of th
Largest, Finest and most varied slock ot Dry Goods aver brought to this market.
Every floor of his Commodious Establishment it literally packed with goods. On the
lo'vcr or first floor may bo futiutl
Dress Goods, Hosier)', Gloves, Embroider)' & Fancy Notions,
Of every description, nil of wh'ch will be shown to callers by tho most polite and
attentive salesmen. Among the
WILL tt FOUND
CHINESE GRASS CLOTHS,
BEAVER BRAND PURE MOHAIR,
BISHOP AND LINEN LAWNS,
PERCALES AND OIQUE8
LINEN GOODS, CALICOES, & DOLLY VARDEN PRINTS
Of ovcry variety. Tho stock of ladies
WHITE GOODS, SILKS AND SATINS,
Is full, comploto and fashionable Among tho stock of FANCY GOODS are
eleeant Thread and Guliniro Laces, Collars and CuOs, Ribbons, Ladles' Neckties
Dolly Vardcn Bows and Gloves.
JOSEPH'S FAR-FAMED KID GLOVES
will bo sold nt $1 00 per pair, isarranfccf. Cunningham exhibits a full line of
Ol fivorv description. Fiftv dozon rjalr of tho Biilbrncinn Silk Embroidered, will
be retailed at from 76 cents to $1 25 per pair. Thoie hoso aru Imported, are of Irish
manufacture, and aro now counted the best nnd handsomest in the market. The stock cf
WHITE & COLOBBD TABLE XjirSTBlT,
SHEETINGS, TOWELING, ETC., ETC.,
Is undoubtedly finer than has over been brought to this market, and will be found
to contain varieties suited to overy tasto and every pocket. Those beautiful OTTO
ilA SHAWLS AMJ bUAKt'S aro being mid at astonishing low figures, ana me
stock of Muslins and Piece Goods, which Includes Broadcloths, Cassitneret, 4c, is
large and well selected. Gcntlerpen can be furnished with all sorts of Underwear,
Wmto mutts, Ac, cf tho very best mako. llie
'Which occupies tho second floor, contains undoubtedly tho most elegant variety
ovr exhibited in this city. Brussels, Tapestry, Three and Two-Ply Matting, Oil
Clotn, Stair Carpels, Hugs, &c. On this floor also, Is n handsome line of
BOOTS AKD SHOES,
Mado in the latest stylo and sold at low flgures; and a lino assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER IIATS AND CAVS.
Mr. Cunliighain, always studying tho taste nnd needs of his patrons and the publio
geuurally. invites them cordially to cull and oxnmino hi display oi Spring and Sum
mer Goods, satisfied that nowhero olse in tho city wilt they bo shown finer goods at
lower prices. d-'J5dt
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
Leoalikd iiy State Authority and
Dkawn in PuiiLic in St. Louis.
Grand Singlo Number Scheme.
Class E, to iie Drawn May 31, 1872.
C,880 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 Prize of. .!.10iOO
. 21 )
Tickets $10 j Half Tickets, $5: Quartur
Tickots, $2 CO.
Our lotteries are chartered by the State, are
alwnya drawn at the time named, mid all draw
ings nre under the superiisiou of anurn com
missioners. The official drawing will be published in the
St. Louis papers nnd a copy scut to purchasers
We will draw a similar cheme the last day of
every month during the year IHtl. '
Itcnutat our risk by postollice money order,
reg'slered letter, draft or express, b'end for cir
cular. Address, MURRAY, MILLKK A CO.,
P.O. box 2110, &t. Luult, Mo,
FOR SALE, ) Kor Salt FOR SALE,
' I Kcrriale J
FOR SALE. J Km" I FOB SALE.
Our Home Advertisers.
COMMIKHION AND I'OinVAlMlINfJ.
Our Home Advertisers.
?.. Ii. MATHUS3..
K. C .UIU.
CLOSE k VINCENT,
DEALERS I IN" LIME,
Cement, Plaster Paws,
I' LAST E R E R'S H A I R,
Corner Klatitts Ntrret uuU Ohio I.evec,
II. M. 1IULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruits tjcNuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-uvo.,
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
Ho. 70 Ohio Levee, C'AIKO, ILLINOISJ.
Vripeclal attention given toconalgnmtntt on
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E R C HANTS,
HAV AND WESTERN PRODUCE
IV O. Ot OHIO LE TEE.
MILLER & PARKER,
FOUWARDINtf M EHOHANTS,
DEALERS ' IN. FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fok FAIRBANK'S SCALES,
bloO Lovep.'.CAIKO. ILUNOU.
NOTICE: By virtue of an order and decree of
tne circuit court ot Alexander county, tuinin,
made on the petition of the uuderaigned, a Imln
istrator de bonlt non of the estate of Charlea
ut. luf.Aft.fl. tnr leare ta aell the reml ratal
nf aald deceased, at the April term, A. D, 1174, uf
.ul.l noun. I shall on the ilh day of June. A, V,
Wl, between tne houra nf 10 o'clock a.m., and
to'tlock, p.m., nfeald day, aell at public sale,
at the door of Ihe uourt houso In the oily of
Cairo, in aald county and tttate, the following
described rtal ettatt, situated in the city f Cairo,
county of Alexander and atate of Illinois, to-wit:
Lot number ten (10) and Ave feet otf the east
aide of lot number eleven (tl) In block num
bered twenty-three (23) at the sanit are known
tnd described ou the recorded map, or plat, of
aid elty of Cairo.
The payments to be made at follows s Ont-half
cash in hand, the balance in six months from
dav of tale, the purchaser to give his not bear
ing tlx ptr crnt. Interest, ttcuttd by a mortgage
with power of salt, on the premlstt told, to tt
curafht unpaid portioiauehtMig manssy.
Administrator de bonis non of the estate of Char
Us Kurts, deceased.
April IStb, 117. StowS
Faro from LivKitrooL,
Faro from Lovdcndehht
Fare from Glasgow,
Faro from Queenstowh
TO CAIRO, $48
jattord, Morris A Ca
Ltvtrpool New.Tork ahd Philadelphia
rjatxa ooxtsiot wtva vritxd trans ana tairua
For Carrying tht Mailt.
FOR PASSA"gE TICKETS
oa retrain troaaivio
APPLY TO JOHN O. DALE, AdT.j
l Broadway, Ntw.Ytrk, arte
Wathlngton Avtnut, Oaire. bow, i
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toSttatloo, Hudson A CIt,tk,)
67 Ohio Levtie, Cairo, IllinoU
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Buccesiors to E. Ii. Uendrlcaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
Liberal Advancements made
Art prepared to racaive, store tail torwtrd
frelghta to all points and bur tad
tell oa commission,
SWBuilnest attended to promptly;
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
(Bueceatori to John B. Phlllit.)
. FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Moal, Bran, tic.,
Coa. TENTn-BT. axd OHIO LXTH