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OFPIOB, BTJIiljSTIlir BTTIXiniaSTO-, COIR. 12TH BTEEEI A.lTr) -WA8HI 3rC3-TOIT A.-VE3SrTTS.
6LY, PROPRIETOR.
JOHN H. OBfi
JPIIIomo Advorusgy .
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1872.
BULLETIN BUILDING WASHINGTON-AV
THE BULLETIN.
2. ... WWW'"- J
Oft Eighth Streot, botwecn Washington
and Commercial Avenues,
CAIKO, ILL,
la'recetv Ing dally now invoices of
IMIXIjIillSrrEIRlY GOODS,
Of every description, ami at I'sicia toocii tmi
Tim in
THIS LATEST STYLES OF
SUMMER. GOODS.
TWO RADICALS.
SCANDAL ABOUT FARNSWORTH
AND BUTLER.
HOW FAUNS WO JIT H GOT THE
MOTURK OF A BOGUS RUTLER.
Bonnets,
HATS, RIBBONS.
TRIMMINGS,
FRENCH FLOWERS,
NECKTIES, COLLARS,
UNDER SLEEVES,
LACES OK ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VARDEN OLOVES,
fcaVIKiLLX ViRDJtN.HUNSHADES,
DOLLY VARDEN PARASOLS, ETC.
Together trllh all the other article kept In a
rlral Umi Millinery anil Trimming bluff. To'
urn moia at the very lowcal llgure.
"Call anii aa licr. No trouble to show
good.
t, MR8t McGEE '
I On KlKhthhtreet,belweenCornmer:laIand Weah-
- ingiou avenue., If uauy receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST Sl'BJXQ AJvPlSCkMKR STYLEt.
Besides a full line of
Boasrasr-ETS & mrra
(Trimmed ami untrlmrned,
FRENCH FLOWK1W. MilllONS, TIUMMINO?
AND HOW UUTLKU GOT THE LET
TERS OF FARNSWORTJl TO
HIS MISTRESS.
AlfNOUMCRMKNTM.
Mr. Vsa-oa, III., April II, 1872.
EdiUr Catra Bulltlini
Data Bia Please to announce me ai a candi
date, for Clerk of the Kupreme Court, Southern
Orand Ihvlsl m ol Illinois. Thenewtonstltutlon
provides that tli Clerks of the Bnpreme Court
aliall hereafter be elected at the November elec
tion, Inatend of the June election as herefore.
The successor of tho prevent mcumbenta are
to be elected thin coming full, but will not qualify
until the present terma expire In 1873.
lteapectfultjr,
II. A. D. WILIIANK8.
Our Homo Advertisers.
of all kind.. Laces, etc., etc.
i AJt'iMfQ M alto, large. a..oupieol
of
-NECK Tim. COLLAR. UNflKRSLKEVEH.
frlTL'c.u uiuiii'j tr . .
And all other article uauallj found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORK'
Mn,
J k
Mefiee, In aiMltlnn to her Mock of Kaner
ml Mlllinerr flood., haa a line and romnleie in.
ortment ol Cincinnati diatom Made Idiea'
and Mia..' Mho and Chlldrrn.' lkot, IiUcK
and In Color.. The are wkn'mledirH. to I
ib lineal and bett alioea in tho murk. I. ar.d lhl
! the onljr place in the ritj taat make, them, a.
m8. M. SWANDKU,
IN THE
haa opened out an exleo.ive .lock of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ol which are entirely new and of the itrjr
LATEST, SPRING GOODS.
Til E STOCK COMI'ItWES
HATS, B0-N'NP:TS IlIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
BURNETT'S
PATENT STEAM COOKING
VESSEL.
WANTED IN EVERY FAMILY.
elegant a.norfment of
VtOER, rm.sow, kid OLovr.ii, iiohiehy,
5
asd all articlei uauallr kept in a f!r.t-cla mil
linery atore.
,.Mr. Kwauder.lnTitea the public to.rall and in
a.ert her atock, whieh .he will lake pleuure In
allowing to oia a well u new cuaiuir er.
WAUUMs.
WAQON MANUFACTOBY.
For Sale at Wbolwalo or Betail
COHNER 32D-STUEET AND OHIO I.EVEk
oUtf w I. UAMHLR
"J. ilfAROil.BL AKK,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
raMr. Bwala4CaltB,
WINDOW O-LASS.
WINDOW BHAUES,
And the celebrated illuminating
k aWba'oii
TutOSH' UUII.UINO, COU. ll fH-8T. 1 COM
MEUCIAL-AV.,
NOTICK.
The Hrm of Miller 4 l leur, Thehc-f, III., haa
tuy. -dljjiolxejajineryVI' -j
.. i. ......i ii.nt .1 nli ii MIIIht of Hie atore.
..Ill firm acute the lirui'a liahilltl"., nnd collect
all claim of the tlrm J0HN.y,!'J;,1'.ri
I!. H. I.K.DhllH.
Thebea. III.. MaV 21. 1873. 4-2J
' - f
THE FUIt TRADE-
n. VY A CO. TAT TUK II 10 II EST UARKET
riticKS.
BolowjWlUij found tbo cof reqtwl lit
of pritaiay,',II.-Levy &JCo., for
hiaei, run, foallicri, wool, tallow, upos-
wax, and all kinds of country produco.
Levy it Co. do a very largo trado in tholr
' "MSfSi'i I w-eU known . fact that they1
always pay tho hlghett price to bo ob
tained In tbli mnrket. They aro now
paying for
i runs :
,"rvi,a,'.va,v.,iv,!."?j"i?4 w -
' Raccoon 1)0
WildCHt CO
Home Cut 10 a 16
Mack' Wajitnjrlon Letller to the Kt. Loula
aTiuwiniWlH ''J
Would that I could tor as much ro-
ipctlng another penooal quarrel betweon
two groat men, which has to often been
iilrtd in tho Houio of Representatives, to
l lie ntnuscmeni ni many, but to mo Uit
gutt'of mott. Tho render cannot fall to
ruvull the many occac ions upon which Mr.
jfarntwortn, or iUitioM, mid Mr. Uutlor.
Tif MaiMchuiuttt, hnvo converted tho
Ilouie of Reprctentativea into a laundry
for tho cleansing ol very foul personal
linen. Two yean ago tby used to get ut
rnch otliora' throats only in a nictaphys
icat yeme, I am sorry to say at Icuil onco
u week. Ench accused tho other of all
Ilia lint in tliu decalogue, and each tnndo
'tho other out a Ut candidate for some well
itcirujated penitentiary. Suddenly a truce
ictiined to liare been agreed upon, and
lliuru was a general Inquiry as to Its nature
and cause. Butler, it Is well known, is not
tho man to forgot anybody unless ho is com
pelled todoto. The art of getting tho upper
liauu ol people is me siuuy ol nit llle; n
personal triumph over an enemy is tho
grandest object of his ambition. Well, It
liiippcneu mat tio almost met nis match in
Farnsworth; and a man, too, who would
meet hint on hit own ground and fight him
with bit own weapons. Duller hits been
characterised u tho American Vidocq ,
because he always calls in the aids ofdetec-
.live to aititt in the destruction of his vic
tim, ellu understands tho business, and
in general h executes it well, liut Farnt-
wprtu got ahead ol ntmiutlonco though ,
as tho sequel will show, his triumph did
not lart, for the reason that too house In
which be. lived was quite a glassy in its
construction oa Mr. Uutlcr's. While, tho
personal loud was at its lnghost, Mr.
Farnsworth happvud to hear ofu small
child eimewhere in New England , who
10 nearly resembled tho Massachusetts
member that you would mink it was lliat
Identical gentleman tnrouirn too
wrong end of the. opera gluss. rorchcad,
faco and strabismus were nil there con
firmation strong ni proof of Holy Writ
that 11. F. U. was in part responsible for
that little citizen; whoso tin mo was not
Rutler. Farnsworth smelt a sweet re
venge In this; tent to New England for a
photoirraplilo likeness or tho liltlo one,
and put it in his pocket, to produce it as a
clincher in some future denunciation of
Uutler in the house. Ho gave Rutler to
understands through a friend, what wns in
tore lor him, and thought he had ett'ectu
ally spiked tho guntot tho Massachusetts
member, bo lie tiau, tor a lime. Jini it.
V. Ii. it not tho man to let anybody bo
ahead of him very long. He immediately
began' to inquire wnal wero air. r arris-
worth s ways or lite at tbo capital, llo
was not long in ascertaining tnat .nr. v.
had n female friend in the treasury depart
ment, and that between tho twain tht re
lations wero not of tho purest. God had
not joined them together, and yet ttioy
were very seldom asunder except in Ihu
day-time. Hero was a chaoco for Rutlur,
urnl I need not tuy that ho fully availed
himself of it. His first point wns to get
the "lady" discharged from tho treasury
department. This uus nut ditilcult.
Farnsworth was away from Washington
at the time, and could nut well come to tier
relief. .She becamo impecunious, and thus
fell still closer into Jlutler'd net. Ltunjn
miu't detective watched hor, put himself
'into communication with her landlurd,
and the sequel was that her trunk was
..iTil tn linmilitti linr limiril hill ! ltlltlpr4
..... .. . . 1 . I riUl. ...l fmm lh. I imnl.
agent bought It, and liuller is to-day it w Vucc.TmP
huPUV potsenor of a larO and Varied a- frtTnleiit .n.l HellnMe. Thev are the onl
I sortment or letters Trom tarns worth to lus
I ""friend." Thus ench stands armed against
the other. I have described tho weapons
of tho conflict, nhd leave it to tho reader's
own task to characterize the warfare.
Tho existing trnco between tho two is not
a peace, but a cessation of hostilities born
of mutual knowlcdgo and mutual fear.
Should the war be renewed again in the
rfouse, it will be interesting, if not instruc
tive, will it not
SOME or ITS ADVANTAGES.
It rook quickly and more thoroughly with le.
Oreihan any other way.
Komi cooked the old way loiea one-third of It
weight, cooked Inthlt.t.am rn.el, Itonly loea
one elghlh. The aaring in tin Hay will loon
pay Itf coat.
roou CANNOT lit: UCnXKD.
It will UOIL,
ST K W,
IJ R O I L,
AW STEAM
more perfectly than nny utensil used for either
purfio.o now in ue.
IT IS VERY SIMPLE, CHEAP AND
D U R A II L E .
M'at .tewed, boiled or broiled In thin manner
l.alett"r flaror, and Ii eitaier dlge.ted than
ha cooked In the old way.
NO fKAK Or UYSTKl'SIA.
It make a flrt clai Oiok out f a poor one,
and a good rook better than before.
ALL WHO TRY IT BUY IT!
it la the only uten.il in u.n that la warranted
not to HUH.N 11 KT. IN C JOKINO, under any rir
tti'netanee. Agent, make more money aching
I!. la Teasel, than any article In uae, tor fiery In
telligent houaekeeper in the country wxnL one.
ANY ONE WlsIIINO TO HUY UIGHTS OR
TRRRtTOKY VOK THE PATJtNT
can call on or addrc
W. .1. BURNETT,
S.S.'-lfUw lliomton'a Ulock, loth t., Cairo, III.
TKUTONIA LIFE INSURANCE
COMPA1TY.
OF CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.
ASSETS. $600,000.
- - - President.
- Secretary.
JOHN A. HUCK, -C.
KNOBELSDORFF,
rtucuH.
SIGN OF THE
BARCLAY BROTHERS,
74 OHIO, IiKVKK,
C AIEO.
Wholeiate and lie tall
IDIRUO-O-IST S
AJI
PMNT & OIL DEALERS.
Wo keen a lull slock iC l'ure Drugs and
MEDIOIUBS.
Al.o a complete line of toilet article, im
ported and American Woaiii,
COLOGNES,
POMADES,
EXTRACTS,
HAIR,
TOOTH
AND NAIL
BRUSHES,
Together with a large M.ortinent of Uruggiats.
Sundries and
ZFIAJETOX" C3-003DS.
St. Louis Advertisements.
T II J3
IRIGKEIT PLACE
To buy the Celebrated
AMU DK8T QUAMT1EH OF
SHEET IRON,
FENCE WIRE
AND ALT. KINDS Of
TINNERS' STOCK
DIRKCTOrtS.
Ciias. Rkit.,
A. C. Kr.siNO,
Ciiah. Wkkthe,
1'UANCIH L.VI'KNER,
L. Ulr.FCII,
Henry Weiier,
A. Miscit,
CllAS. VKKCillA,
Ciias. Dakolino,
W.M. KKIN1IAUDT,
John Feldicami'.
TIip be. I orsanited and eecureat company in
Hie norlhwct. The only eoinpany which guar
jii;ee-a ea-h .urrender value.
CARL L..THOMAS, Gen. Ao't,
25.Hr forfalronssd vicinity
Medical Advertisements.
IMl'L . HCIIDII, Asr't-
SIMILIA SIMILIBUSCURANTUB
IIV?IFIIRKV,N
HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
exiier-
romnt
ly medi
cine perfectly adapted to popular use no aim
pie that mistake cannot Ui made In uin them;
. narmicee iu iwurn uviu uukv., i.u m
erBcientaa to be always reliable. They hare raid
ed the blghe-lcomineiid.itiona from all, and will
always render aatiafactton.
0. vrina.
1, Cures 1 ovens, congestion, innammauons.u
CARBOLIO AUID
DISINFECTING POWDER.
An etlectual pretentiire ot Cholera, Typhoid
Feirer, t-mall't'ox, Scarlet Kever, Mea.eK, Cut
tle Hneaie, and all pestilential ar.d rontnglou
diaeasea. It la put up In pa.thoard cnrlone, the
lops cfwhicli contain erforationti, from which
It can be aprinkled an from a pepper box. fold
by IHltCMY BI'.O.
The retail price Is 23 cents per package.
(Proceedings of the Iloard of Iteallh Official.)
Orrira lintar or IIsslth. St. Iicis. Kd May,
171. The resident physician atatei that he ha
uaed, in the city hospital, the cailoiic acid
powder and finds It the be.t dlainfectant and
destroyer of bugi, antK, cockroaches Ac , ot
which he h knowledge. Tour rommittee rc
comuitnda the purcha.e of this powder for use
Illllie ho.pltnl-.
(Signed n. H.O'IIRIEN,
Clerk Hoard ot Health.
We are now In receipt tfa fresh stock of
PAINTS,
OILS,
AND COLORS
For the season ; also a full tine of
PAINT,
VARNISH,
AND ARTISTS
BRUSHES,
Aud Palnttra Material generally.
AT THE VERY
LOWEST PRICES
IS AT
012 and CM North Main Street,
ST. LOUIS, MO.,
Salesrooms of the
Mttaiirnetnrisisx Company.
Exrolalor
Miiiwtw.
(HIT KNTERIRIsE.
AWAIT THE COMING
OF THE GREAT
C O
ICtELAJSTIE &a GO'S
M B I N A T I O
N !
THE LARGEST ORGANIZATION OF THE SEASON.
THREE SHOWS UNDER ONE TENT I
72 PEOPLE A Little Village of Themselves.
The Management beg lcavo to inform tho peoplb of
CAIRO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY
That they will inatigurato tho tenting season with TWO GRAND PERFORM
ANCES in this city on the afternoon and ovening of
SA-TUIEDA-lrT, CTTJIsrE 1ST,
Introducing tho largest nnd most talented company in tho world, engaged at an
enormouto cxpenso tOr
This, the Maimnotii Organization of 1872.
m
Principal Office 104 Fifth St., Ciu., 0
THE ONLY RKLIAtlLE OIFT ENTERPRISE
IN THE COCNTRY !
S60 OOO CO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To bo distributed in
Xj . 13. SINE'S
135th Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE,
To be drawu Monday, Junn 3d, 16-.
Two Grand Capitals of
$5,000 In Greenbacks!
Two Prizes 1,000 J
Fivo Prizes 600 5.
Ten Prizes 100
One Herse nnd Buggy wllh 'ilver-Mounted liar
dmi, worth fu each.
One fine-toned Itoaewood Piano, worth SWio.
Ten family acwing machine, worth tlOoeach.
Five Iiohtv caied gold hunting watches and heavy
g iu cnaiua worm cmj eacn. rive goi j Atner
lean nuniing watcnea
Previous to tho Porformaaco
M'LLE OBLESTHSTB,
the world renowned LADY ROPE WALKER, will inako her daring atcention from
mo ground to tho top ol tho Uentro I'olo ; ana during tbo performance
IMZ'XjXjIEJ lbola
GREENBACKS
ladies gold huulllli
wo.th
watcheii
huntin
Uight hundred gold nnd ellrer lever huntinc
SJi'i each. Ten
wortn tlii each
Musk Rat...,
15
Tub conference held at Sprinctleld tho
other day to consult upon tho political
situation in this state, and arningo to put
a ticket In the Hold, ugainst that mndu up
by tho cllico holders, was participated in
by Governor Palmer, ex-Governor Kcor-
ner, Hons. Jesso K. i;iiboii, u. .M. Hutch,
O. II. liner, Horaeo White, General
Rouctt, Mr. IIiul dock, Judco Buihnoll,
Secretary of Stalo Rummnll, Wm. Jnyno,
Charles Herman, II. r. Iluxton nnd (inn
II. Lleb, well known republicans, nnd Col
Cable, James C. Allen, Timothy Young,
Samuel A. liuckmustcr, Aloxamlor atnrne,
William it. iuorrison, ii. J. wacgnnor,
General McOlernand, Wdlllmn ll.clson
.ludgo Edmonds, John R. Eden, Robert
M. Jvnupp. A. G. Burr, V. Lamcron
Charles II. Lanphicr. Georgo W. Wall,
Ohnrlos Voris nnd John II. Oborly, lead
Ing nnd reprcscnlntivd democrats. Tho
ueiieral expression was favoraolo to n
coalition of democrats and reform republl
cans in opposition to tho urant-ugiostjy
party. Alio mccttnt! it laid to navo neen
unanimous for ox-Governor Karner for
tho hcHd of tho ticket, and ft strong effort
will bo inado to sreuro nil nomination.
Qut'ney Herald.
.- - .
Louis Ulatau's saloon desarvos tho
popularity into which It has crown. It
has been very handsomely titled up, and
is so comfortable that it it u ploastiro
while owny a spare hour thoro. The bar
ii supplied witlt all kinds of Quo liquor
nnd wines, and with tho Lest of irenli
Lager Beer, nnd Weiss Beer that in delic-
.lousness cannot bo oxcelled, A lunch,
in niilrnm la anrnnil nviirv day. and
IIVU W 1. . - - I
an nrtlclo of Swoltzer Cheoso, the bett in
tho market, is always on hand. Mr.
Worms, worm feter, worm colic 'ii
tlrylsittrf-oliu or teething ot lufanta...'
liirrnorii. oi ciiuuren unu huuiib...
Ityaontory, griping. Iidioua collu.-iS
Cbolena-iiiiirbue, vomiting...- ....
t'holcrn. eoldn, brimcliitu..........'ii
Noiiritlvrln. toutluche, fweache..,.VS
Ilendnrlira, alck headache, vertigo'i'i
ItyMpopaln' bilious atomachc- M
NunnriitaitHl.orpainrul penoil..Ui
Will ten, too profane peno..........'ii
a'Mnn. eoiiirh. dlfrleult breatlunir...'JA
NitltHhonui, Eryaiiela.i, Kruptiona2&
Huciiiunuatn. rneumauc pain -to
t'ovorrtssd AKiio.chlll lever, agueaM
Pllra, lillnd or bleeding .,40
Onbtlilruy, and aore or weak eye.M
t'Htnrrta. wine orchroiilc, InduenuM
Whooplsiir-f'onKli, vlolentcoughaSO
AMIiinat, nipre.aed breaming ..60
Kstr Illarhisrtroa, immtired hearing-'O
NrrorulB.enhirged gland, ewellmgrSO
Uosirratl Debility, phyalcal weak
ne.a BO
Itrostaiyand acantviiecretions 60
Now MckiiHM,iCKiiesa from ndlnuQ
Klilnoy-ltlaraNO, Gravel U
Nervoua Ucblllly, eeminal eihio.
nil. linoluliUrv dlol.iirge. HQ
FIvelloxoii.wltM one via of powde
very uecenry in aeriou caaea..,& 00
Mare Mouth, canker - ..5U
Jriuury Wcnksu-aa, wetting ted-M
l'lslnful I'orloila, wilhHnaema....,(o
MiitiorinintJtchanite of life.... 1 no
Kslloay,tliams,rit.Vitu'itance.l 10
Ititttliortniiln, erated aore throat U)
FAMILY CASK.
ortl.t In no Inrsto vlnla, nuirorco
or rosewood cnae, rontMlsiliiK is
mimtIHc for every oaulluary tlla-
i.trn n ...iiii.v auuivci .u. n..u
hooka of direction ....from 110 to fib
Hnmller aVaiully and 'I'rnvellUB caea,
VJ to DI4 VIHl - ruill 9 IU fB
Kpeoiliu lor all Private iiiaoitMeai,
lioth for t'ltrlutf and ror rrovets.
il.a Ireatmeut. in vial and Docket
cases. ...m...........mm.0I3 to 0
PONlrH EXTRACT
Cures Burns, llruiac. l.amene., Foreneas, Fore
Throat, Hpralus. Tuovhache, Earache. Neuralgia.
I lien, fji.ii., tiua",
'i.
a,
4.
i
ii.
ii.
n.
16.
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1H.
II,
33,
:w,
el.
rA
t:4.
Uhtiuiitiituin. Lumtinuoi
Voro Kyfn, llleeiMng of th
a 1 tiriieai iat hfntti.
UU f(ICI"l IIHT7III S4BM,r- SH'-r-vf He(l-
ftch, or of viitsn; Uurns, UU-orH, ui i nnrei.
rriuf, u oi., iti v.Hii nuts, iiiwj vi11 u
wliuf.e remrfdieH. excelil PoiidV Kxtrttct.
mm .iiii"w iriii.niT, . " - . .
by the cnae or single buz, are aunt to any pal
therouhtrr, by mall or express free of chu
on receipt oi trio price, auuren
HUMl'lIUM S' ni'A.ir i
1IOUEOPATI11C IIKDICINE CO.
Office and DtpM. No. Ilrnadway, Ncw-Tork
FUK HAIjK ut 1. OUUUII, UMBW, Ilia,
anglMeowawlV
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
1 "t)tterr.r.....t..'.r..M ? 9? ft I 9 call, on Eiirhth Htroot. botwecn Comtner- loaaorVmoti. iporBiistorrliwB, loao oi
Bear Skius J 0au U ii " ... . t... .i. stower. dltsy ItoaMl. loa- oi lueniory,
Do you wiah to receive all the bonencrtta of
the celebrated
MEDICINAL WATERS
-OF-
ffdrSARATOGA, N. Y.,
and
SSr BLUE LICK, Kv.
Without the etueii.e of a trio to thoie reaorta.
If io. apply in in. We rocelvo these water di
rect fMin the anting', and aro prepared to lur.
nmh them pure, It'F. COLD, Ire.n and Lliely
from our counter. Perann HVing at a dl.tnuce,
or who wi.li to hive the water In their houe,
can ! supplied wiihSirAiog in bottle nnd little
Lick in botile., k.g and luireU. Call and get
ncircular in reiitrd to the medicinal virtues ol
tlie.e noted wateis.
o-'Jdtf
Railroad Advertisements.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
100 Jfllen Ibe KliorlPHtlloiito
TO CHICAGO,
lUBbtyiUIIoN tho Shorteat Itouto
TO ST.LOUIS
NO CHANGE OK CARS
FROM CAIRO TO ,
ST. LOUIS OR CHICAGO.
ONLY ONE CHANGE OF CARS
FROM CAIRO TO
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Toledo,
Detroit, Cleveland, Niagara Fall,
lllltlulo, Pitlabuig. WH.hlngtou,
Ualtlmore, Philadelphia, New York,
Uostou nnd all point eat.
Mllwnlikle, Jnneavllle, Madison.
LaCroase, St. Paul and all points north.
litis is also tho only direct mute to
Decatur, nioomlngton, Npnngeld,
Peoria, IJiilncy, Keokuk,
Burlington, liovlc IsUnd, Halle.
Mendota, Dixon, Kreeport,
Ualetta, IuhiUue, Sioux Ully,
Omaha and all points northwest.
Elocanv Drawing Room Sleeping Cars
On nil Night Trains.
Baggage Checked to all Important point.
For tlekeli and Information, apply to I. C. It.lt.
deputat airoi on board tne trau.it atenmer re
tweeu. Columbua and Cairo, and at tnci princijul
rallroa I ticket nltlcea throughout the noulli.
W. P. JOIINiON, Oen'l t'aaa. Ag't, Chloaio.
A. MiU'iitLt, Uvn'l. rlttp't. Chicago.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cairo.
watches, in all. worth from ;-M to J.kio. Ladlea
gold Inontine chain., gent'a gold veat cnaina,
build mill double pl.tled silver table and tea
apoon., phntogrnuh album, jewelry, etc., etc.
V hole number ol gitla, U.dOO. Tickets limited lo
rjdJMi.
Agent, wanted to eell ticket to whom liberal
preiniumi will be paid.
Mcgie ticket one dollar t six tickets five dol
lars; twelvn tickets, ten dollars; twenty.five
twenty dollar.
Llrrulur containing a full Hit of jriie, ado.
acription of the tuniuier ol drawing, and other
information in refeience lo the di.lribmion, will
be vent to nny one ordering them. All lettera
mu.l lio addressed to L. V. bl.N'E, llox, 60,
orrn'c, Cincinnati, 0.
101 West .1th at., nov.'.wAdly
$300,000.
MISSOURI STATE LOTTERY.
LEOALIZF.D 1IY 8TATK ACTHOItlTV AND
Drawn in 1'uiii.ic i.v Sr. Louis.
Grand Single Number Scheme.
50,000 NUMBERS.
Class E, to iik Drawn May 01, 1872.
6,680 Prizes, Amounting to $300,000.
1 prize of .V),mj
1
1
1
4
4
A)
10
IU
Tickets
of i:i.1Mi
or.
of.
of. .
ot
of
of ....
of......
SIO;
111,000
A.lax;
2,ili0
l,iKJ
Half
con
u
9 "
'J '
U
30 "
IW "
18ll "
MSI '
Tickets,
Prises cf. t ir
" of l,(o
tn WW
" of :uio
of nasj
" of i!l)
" of. 150
of. IU)
' t( 10
$5i Quarter
Tickoti", $2 CO,
Our lotlerlea urn tdiarlered by the Mate, are
nlwava ilrawn at the time named, anil nil draw
ing re under thu supeni.ion of aworncom.
mi-, itinera.
The citlii-inl drawing will be published In the
ft. Iiui. paperaand a copy sent to tiurchaaera
orilcket.
We will draw n similar tchemn the last day of
every month during Ihe ear lh7i.
'Remit at our rl.k by pO"totflce money order,
regl.tered letter, dtntt or expreaa. l-eiid fur cir
cular. Addre., MURRAY, MILLER 4 CO.,
P. O. boxillo. bt. Louis, Mo.
4-ludawly
Will make her
DARING LEAP FOR LIFE!
at
A Grand French Ballet Troupe of
FIFTBBU TTOTJnSTO- LADIES.'
MR JOSEPH H. KEANE,
Tbo Talented Young Comedian, in bit own porsonation of
RIP "V-A-ILSr WIIsriCLE,
Is nlo with tbo Combination; nltogethor forming tho large! and mott powerful
Company traveling.
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE LARGE PAVILION 1
LOOK OUT FOR THE
GOLDEN BAND CHARIOT
AND THE
STBEBT PABADE.
Admission 50 Cents.
Children 25 Cents.
Our Home Advertisers.
COMMISSION A Nil I'OKWARUINd.
Z. V. MAT11USS..
K. 0 .UUL
MATI1USS & UUL,
ANII OIlNEIt.lL,
C o 3i m i s s i on Merc hants
DEALERS IN
LOTJie, a-K-rViisr:
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCI
NO. Ut OHIO I.KVBK.
IM.1II1KAN X TICKETH
IMMIGRANT
FOR SALE,
POR SALE.
For Hale ( F
1 Frr Halo I
f For Hale
J ForBale I
TICKETS
FOR SALE,
OR SALE.
'IO
Faro from Livkrpool,
Faro from Londcnukrrt
Faro from Glaboow,
Faro from QukknstoWN
CAIRO, i t : t i i i : 4 8'3 0
Warlord, Slorris A Ca , gents.
GO u 71
27in:i7
18ai!0.
It- flr.mn at.K , ,(Ih1''II
wju. w--;fc4rr7'i"tv k
viuuAniicui,
Ga71
60 a 05
CO 70
Beaver, per pound -
hides, pen pound:
Dear SUm.. ;..-...... a
Beef Hides, Dry Salt,
Wool,
clal avenun and .Ohio Levee, npposito tho '
l'orry Uouso, in Rinor'a building.
O-'.'Otf
1 TTri11! ,fchlors,,it his shop pn U'wotttlcth
street, oppo,lto the Court House hotel, is
huiI tbrenteisod liniirlencc asid Itttbtf
rlllta, Md loverehrn
ssaBStwMaui'
iT-eiai
ble mild and
storey 'a
vweii
manufacturing ,,bopt nnd shoes, of overy
slyio ana variety, warranted to give per-
ii"".:.. ii II OK. o0, iacvaauiawv". MWJni'Hot.uino irroncn
"wuiimM cor,,;:. nf,.,To m cu'to' p-"
Ion, ii! i i vim,
tf
euro lu Hum.
Naterlllr) No
bt- Cotnpo.eil ot tr.e moat valua
uotent curnlivea. ttioy rltUe a
onde at Ihe ronia ol theuutlii, lime up I e ays
tern, arreattheUUehargea, nml imparl vigor Mid
eneri y. lile and vitality to t Hindoo man. Iney
h..u .Mir.111 thnll.aniia of lULAH. Price. 3 Dei
VIIU, -I iiivti
eases, or t
t, a.U sent
i.m malt nn foeeim oi unce. u iru.-j itutn jiirrv
lipecltto llounopathlo Medicine Ca., Mil Uroad
atigl&dsowawly AMat, Cairo, lllinehj
I acKSgesoi ntrwin .mi MinrttD m
I la very important iu oiatunaie or oiu
parslitgleboi. , now ny an itriniin
NOTICE.
Legal notice ia hereby given that Samuel Slant
Taylor and Edwia Fursou. litisteeaof the Cairo
City Property, havellled their bill In chancery, to
enforce vendor lieu, In the Circuit Court of Al
exander uoiinty, state of Illinois, against Klizv
beth FlUgerald, uow Elisabeth Coalcllo, aud r,
Costello, her huabaud, That said suit U now
pending in said cottr.t miiw tua. .n nine anu
Place of Ihe return of the auinmons Issued m
talil cause I the first Monday In July, a. D. 187),
.1 ih. term of said court then to be ltolden at the
Court House la Cairo, Alexaader county, state ol
Jllnols. JOHN Q.UAKMAN, Clark,
Cairo, May .ad, 117, o-MItwtt.
JNMAN LINE
t
Liverpool New-Toik ahd Philadelphia
Steamship Company,
VNoia cQNTaacr wivti vnitid statu aao aaituH
uovsaajtant
For Carrying tne Mails,
VOR 1ASSAGE TICKETS
oa rvavHta laroaa.noa
APPLY TO JOHN G. DALE, Aor.
lUBroadwty, New-Yoik, orto
11. Mottpt.
Washington Aunue, Cairn. nn. ;i
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
a mi
F01UVA RDIN G -MERCHANTS,
AMI
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES,
liloO Levee. OAIHO. II.I.1NOIN.
Our Home Advertisers.
CLOSE & VINCENT,
LGENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS
ASD
TJSAIiXlliS I3ST XiIHS,
Ckmekt, Plaster Paris,
ASD
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Coraor Elsbtb Htroet susd Ohio ItTMi
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
II. M. IIULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer in Foreign Fruita &Nuts,
No. 134 Commorcial-ave.,
4
Cairo, Ills.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccessors to K. B. Kendrlcas A Co.)
Forwarding . and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AND
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
tV2 Liberal Advancements made SWy
kjwSa iiiiou Consignments.
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all point and buy and
sell on t'oitimiitn,
Mriluslnesa attended to promptly;
AOKNTS WANTED.
Ageuts wanted In every City, Town and Couij.
ty. for the Oorham l.fnen, Hook and Card.
lukr No rlak. One inarka lor a whole tam
fiV Ai'lilre A. M, RICHARIWON, 111 West
adlsen Blrtet, Chicago,
5-10 eodlm
JOHN 1I. PJILLIS& SON,
(Huccessors to John II. I'hillls,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
' AND
DEALERS IN HAY, C01LN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c
Cor. TENTU-ST. akd OHIO LEVE '
CAIRO, ILLS. "
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
PRODUCE & COMMISSION
3smEiOia:.2iTT,
No. 76 Oblo Leveo, CAIKO, IXLMOI.
tWUpeolal attention given to tonslgnmnM on
orders.
WOOD RITTENHOUSB,
. FLOUR
i
Goneral Commission Merbhtnt
' I" OHIO levkk,
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toStrattoB.Hudaoa A Quit,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Atnt
. COMMISSION MKSCIANT
57 Ohio Ievee, Ckira, Illiaoi

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