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lOllNU. UUKUtiY. Kdltor n1 ltibliihor
TJCUK8 OKTUK DA1IA UUXl,KTIN
put week, by currier I 35
One ytar by oarrlor, in advance 10 00
"On year by carrier II not paid In
advance il 00
tfne month, by mall 100
fproe month 3 00
Htx months. 6 X
One yew 10 00
TKUMS or WKKKLT IIULLKTIK.
VOne Year. ?1 00
Six Month" i TO
Three Month GO
Invariably In advance.
Bisndln niattrr on every PMT.
OtORor. Fhancis Thais writes a
letter to tho Now York 'Sun' in which
he promifcs, " if tho papers will let him
severely alone," that ho will agree never
to apeak again in public,. to publish an
other book, or write another letter to a
newspaper. And what's all tUU about?
What has Impelled George Fraucis to
make such a promise ? We shall next
have tho race of tabby cats prornisirg
not to purr or tho barking dogs notfto
bite.
THE BKKUUEll SUANDA3L
Driven to desperation by tie abuse
of Kev. Henry Ward Ikcchera-friends,
Mr. Thcodoro Tilton has publicly pro
claimed that gentleman guilty of a
crime that ho hesitates to name or char
acterize; nod, in proof of the charge,
publishes a letter written by Mr.
Bcecherin whiefctho unfortunate jnan
bewails his weaknoss, admits his guilt
ness of an offense against Mr. Tilton
,and wishes he were dead.
There are those who will denounce
Mr. Tilton for this action, but no fair
minded person, not infatunatcd by af
fection for or admiration of ilr. Bccchcr
will do so. It is a surprising fact that
he had tho patience to remain silent as
long as ho did ; and ho would have
been either tho basest or tho most
saint-like of mankind if he had kept
the seal upon Ins mouth until the end.
A friend of his, a minister of tho
gospel of Jesus his pastor, whilo he
was away from his home, polluted that
home, destroyed his earthly happiness,
tore out of its niche in his heart a cher
household idol, separated him
from tVij wifo of his bosom. This bo-
came known, and immediately all the
unon'tV cai 1 of'tlio wronged man
,torraw of abuse. Ho was villified
n, denounced as a slanderer. iMr
3cecher remained as silent as the
grave, and Mr. Tilton patiently en-
durod. lie had been guilty of no
wroug he had been wronged ; but (so
unjust is the world) everybody began
to point M him the finger of scorn,
while the sympathy of the public was
heaped upon the seducer of his wife,
tho destroyer of the happiness of a
home. Strange as it may appear, tho
wives of other mon than Tilton were
tho loudest denouncers of that unfor
tunate gentloman, and the most ar
dent defenders of tho false priest.
At last Mr. Tilton lost his patience,
he concluded to speak, and he has
spoken ; and ho has spoken language
that demands a reply; Mr. Hccchcr
taust noir defend, his character or he
prill ttand convicted by confession of
jtbjO charges that havo bceu made
against him. That ho is guilty wo do
pot doubt ; that ho should be forgiven
we admit; but ho must not any lonsrcr
stand behind silence making it thn
breastwork of his reputation. Ho
should speak, confew his sin and retire
from the public gaze. Hereafter, if ho
should persist in affronting the public
with his presence as a holy man, ho
"Will be the scandal and reproach of
Christianity.
MOKE OF IT.
Tho 1 Sun ' takes exceptions to our
assertion in The Bulletin that "as a
discipline for the mind, algebra, geo
metry ctc.,sink into insiguiCcaucc be
de stenography." The obtuscness of
the editor of the Sun ' ranlce it nee
csssry for us tc explain thatwc meant,
at hcnuarilt taught in our puuiiu
choola the brancVica abovo mentioned
have little value as a discipline for tho
mind, and that, in comparison, slenog.
raphy is a study of much greater useful
ness to most pupils than that of tho
higher mathematics.
The editor of the ' Sun knows a
great deal, but one or two thirius ho
hai yot to learn. One of theso is that
ho ranks stenography very much below
it merits. Why, even in Cairo, ibn
home of the great Davis himself, there
is not a snort-band writer who pro
tends to practice the art. In the largo
cities, where it is made a profeRsiou,
thoso who master it command the
highest wages lor their scr vices, seldom
less than fifty dollars a. we and ofton
one, two and three hundred aocotding
lo vie work, done. As a source of ro
rnerahve labor for young men am
ig women it possesses inducements
"d by few others. That it is nn
ipluhucnt possessed by hut few
at
u
persons is owing to the fact that it has
never been considered a necorsary part
of education and is generally tho
voluntary acquisition of " grown up '
men and women, made a part of the
common school course, it would soon
come to be considered a necessary and
very useful part. Wo do not dispar
age the usclulncss of mathematics ; no
sensible or intelligent person will deny
Hint it is a very beautiful as well as n
very important science, hut to speak of
its study in stereotyped phrase an " u
discipline for tho inind "whon tlicro is
scarcely a pretense to toaoh it in our
schools in its length :md brondth is to
speak as the parrot doc. To learn to
add, multiply, subtract and divide is
but litllo more of " a discipline for the
mind" than to learn the faudauicntal
rules of other branches of education.
What wo would like to sec is the im
provement of the common school
course, not by adding to it intricate or
ornamental branches, but by the selec
tion of such and such only ns will he
of undoubted benefit to the pupils in
their preparation for tho active duties
of Uf. Amoiif; iioi-o Iff !
claim that short-liaud writing will, in
tho future if it docs not now, occupy an
important place.
VIENNA ITEMS.
Vienna June 125, lb7l.
Our fellow citizen Mr. John Dain
has gono to your city and l'aducah,
to attend tho tobacco sales.
Jack Alden of the 'Journal' has
commenced battle in this week's Huo
against tho independent ticket aud
platrorm. Sonic of our farmor arc
taking exceptions and swear they will
have no more of Jack s reading mat
ter.
County court, after a two week's
grinding, has adjourucd. It was the
first term after the setting of the grand
jury, that any deposition has been
made of the criminal eases certified
from tho circuit court. There were
some trials by the court, but tho most
of the cases were continued till the
jury term.
Our county collectors has just com
pleted the sale of lands for delinquent
taxes. Tho list was larger than it lias
been for years, and tho character ot
tho lands better. Thcro were
but few purchases however,
tho most of tho laud being
knocked ofT to the state. The lands of
tho Cairo and Viccnncs Railroad Co.
were bid off by 'Jharles C. Tracy.
ing to attend the opening exercises of
tho fiurmal School at Carbondalo on
the 1st of July. A number of teachers
from tho country will attend the
teachers' institute thorc for tho mouth
of July.
At the public examination of uppli
cants for teacher's certificates to-day,
not a single certificate was t; ranted
Our enterprising and thorough school
superintendent, Mr. Thos. r arris
determined to raise tho standard of
teachers' qualifications in this country
Applicants from other counties, who
think they will havo an "easy Koine
thing "in Johnson will be at once un.
deceived.
AROUND ABOUT CAIRO-
Valine County. From tho Ilarris-
burg ' Chronicle ' wc clip tho following
items :
The chinch bugs in this county, in
certain localities, arc doin" irrcat dam
age to the growing corn. Wc learn of
several larmers who have quit plowing
aud given up their crops as a total
loss.
Gen. Green B. Uauni issues the
following .
There will bo n convention of tlie
Sabbath schools of Saliuo county, Ill
inois, on Thursday aud Friday, July
jotti auu Ktn, at iiamsburg.
All the Sabbath schools and Sab
bath school workers of Saline and ad
journing counties arc cordially invited
to attend.
A pic-nic dinner will bo served on
each day, and all citizens of Saline
county attending tho convention, aro
respectfully requested to bring their
banket well stored, so that ail vis
iting us from n distance, or ad
joining counties, can be bountifully
servcu.
Those who pretend to know, say
that wherever quails are plenty, thu
chinch bugs aro doing but little dam
age, and in localities wlioro they lmvo
been trapped ami destroyed the bus
arc making a clean sweep of tho coin
crop. This being n fact, it would be
better to give tho birds a chanco in tno
future.
White County. Charles J. F.
Wilson announces himself as an inde
pendent candidate for the office of
sheriff.
Cutting off cows' tails is a favor
ite amusement of some porsou or per
sons in Grayvillo Numbers of cows
have gono home at night, lately, not
with their tales behind them, like Bo
peep's bheep, but " with tails out off or
broken off or torn off aud some other
wise out and slushed." The Grayvillo
'Independent' advises tho forma
tion of a vigilance committee to try and
find out tho author or authors of tho
brutal outrages.
Johnson County. Says the Jour
nal ':
A special term of the Johnson county
circuit court will convene at the court
house, Friday, July 10th, next. Liti
gants and others interested, will govern
thomsclvcs accordingly.
Business has been exceedingly
dull at till the towns and villages in the
county, for tho past two weeks, in
conscqiicnco or harvesting. As soon
as wheat begins to conic in wc
may reasonably look for nioro activ
ity. .Tocph Clymorc, Esq., living
southeast of town, in this county, is
reputed to have raised eighty-lira acres
of exceedingly fine winter wheat, which
good judges from Ohio, say they never
know excelled, even in the glorious
Biickcyo stale.
A. 31. Housiek, agent for a Gorman
colony, will visit Vienna tho latter part
of August, for the purpose of purchas
ing twenty-live thousand acres of
laud, upon which to locate a proper
number (if German families. In ad
dition to Vienna, ho will visit Mc
Lcmsboro and Hnrrisburgh, and it will
be well to bear this fact in mind when
fixing a price to lands to be offered for
sale.
Tlio Now riimnco Kill, g
ru.r r (in- .n-.i-iiitt ntr-M"! ny Ilnlli
llousee mid Approved :' Hip i'reoi
den l.
An HCt to tlx Mm mnuunt ot Unit d
ijtutus notes, providu tor tlio rudUiribu
tion ot thu nullonul bank currency, mid
for ottiur purpuseit.
She. I. Tim not u n litl oil nn act to pro
vidu for thu circulation and redemption
Uiereol, approved ,luuo 3, ISO I, stmll heru
nfiur l known us tlio dkIioiiuI bunk net.
3KC 2, Thai section tlilrty-onu f tlm
n j tie nal bank net bo so amondod Unit tlio
several HSioclalione tlioroln provided for
shall not horwtitur bo required to keep on
band nny amount of monuy whatever, by
mmon of tbo amount ot tholr rospoctivo
circulations; but tho moneys required by
mid section to bo kept nt nil times on
lisnd, shall bo determined by tho ntnount
of deposits in all respects, as provided
fur In tho slid section.
fc-EC. 3. Thnt ovory huocintion organ
ized, or to bo orgunizoJ, undor tho provis
ions of thobaid net and of thueoveml acta
HtnnndHtnrv ilinroof. ibnll ft all times keep
nnd havo on deposit In tbo troasury of
tho United Status, in the lawful nionoy of
tho United States, u sum equal lo nvo per
centum ot its circulation, to .bo held nnd
uiud for tho redemption of such circula
tion, which sum shall bo counted n h part
of its Inwful resurve, as provided in sec
tion 2 of this act; nnd when tho circula
ting notes of any such nuociivtions, as
sorted or unassorted, shall bo presented
for rodomption in ruuu of J1.000 or any
multiple Iheroof to tho troaiury of tho
United States, tho same shall bo redeemed
in United tiiatos notos. All notes so ra
deemod shall bo charged by tho treasuror
of tho United States to tho rospoctivo as-
Relations issuine tho same, and bo shall
notify them sovcrally on tho first day of
oach montn, or oitenor ai nis tuscrouun,
of tho amount ot such redemptions, anl
whenovor such redemption for any asioci-
ation tball amount to $ 500, such associa
tion so notified shall forthwith deposit
i.u k, triwatirnr of tbo Unitful btatel a
...m. In llnUfeil rUHtjIS "f t.t., u
amount ol Its circulating notos
so redeemed ; and all nots of i,a-
tional banks worn, defaced, multllatod or
unfit for circulation shall, when recoived
by any Assistant troasuror or at any dosig
natod depository of the Unltod States,
ba torwardod to the treasurer of the
United entes for redumption, as provided
herein , and when such rodompllons
bavo boon so reimbursed thu circulating
notes so redeemed shall hn forwardod to
tho rospoctivo associations by whicb tbey
woro issued , but, if any such notos aro
worn, inutillated, dofacod or rondorod
otborwiso unfit for uie, they shall bo for
wardod to tho comptroller of tbo cur
rency, and dostroyed and replaced at
now providod by law; provided that
each of said associations shall reimburse
to tbo tmaeury tbo charges for transporta
tion and the costs for assorting eueh
notos, and tho associations hareaftor or
ganized shall aim severally roimburso to
tbo treasury tho cost of omruving such
pialos at shall bo ordered by oach associa
tion respectively, and tho amount as
sessed upon oach association shall bo in
proportion to tho circulation redeemed,
and bo charged to thn fund on depotit
with tho treasurer; nnd provided ftirtbor,
that so much of section 32 of said nutionul
bank act requiring or permitting tho re
demption ot us circulating notes dfo
whuru than nt its own counter, oxcont us
provided lor in mis section, is buroby ro
pealed.
br.c. Tnat any association organized
under t bin act, ur nny ot the nets ot
which thl U nn anieudinent, desiring to
withdraw its circulating nulus, in whulu
or in part, may, upon tlio dupoiil of lawful
nionoy with tuu iruuaurur ol tho united
Suites, in sums of nut less ilimi 49,000,
tkn up thu bunds which said luiociutinn
tint on deposit with thu truusunjr lor tho
security ol such circulatln gnoius, which
bonds Minll, uu asilgneu to thu bank in tho
mimnur specified in tho ninutoenth tec-
tion of tbo national bunk act, nnd tho out
standing notes of bald association, to un
nniuum equal to thu legnl-tondur notes
deposited, shall no fodueimxl nt thu treas
ury of thu Unitod Stutun and destroyed,
as now provided by law; provided ihat
thu umount of thu bonds on dupolt for
circulation shall not bo rndoemed bulaw
$50,000.
c O. That tho jotnptrollur of thn cur
rency shall, undor such rules nnd regula
tions as tho sucrotary ef tbo treasury may
prutcribu, uauio tho charter numbers of
the association to bu printed upon all nu
tlorn' bank notes winch may bo hereafter
itsiiud bv him.
Skc U Thnt tho amount of United
Status notes outstanding nnd to ho issued
as a part of tho circulating medium shall
not oxcoud tbo sum of ifSSz.OOO.OOO, which
saia sum buhii uppuur in eacn monthly
statement of tho public debt, and no part
muroui miHii uu nuiu or used hs n rtsitrvo.
Sec 7. Ihat so much of tbo act enti.
tied "An act to providu for tho rodemp-
uuuoi mu iu run per centum tompornry
loan cortiflcntes, and for an increase of
nntlonal bank notes" ns nrovidrs. that no
circulation shall bo withdrawn, undor tno
proviilons ot section o ol said act, until
after tho $51,000,000 granted in soction 1
of said act shall havo been taken up, is
hereby repealed, and it shall ho tbo duty
of tha comptroller of tin) currency, undor
tho direction of tho tecrotary of tho
treasury, to proceed forthwith, and ho is
hereby nuthorl7.iid and required, from
limn io iimo, as nppucuuon shall bo duly
nmdo theroforo. and until the full amount
of tho 551,000 000 shall ho withdrawn, to
mako u requlsiton on each of tbo national
bunks dessribed In said soctbn, and In
tbo manner therein proyldtd, organized
in stuto baying an excess of circulation
to withdraw and ruturn so much of this
circulation as by said uct may bo appor
tionod to bo withdrawn from thorn, or In
lieu theroof to deposit in tho treasury of
tbo United States lawful nionoy aufllclont
to redeem such circulation, and upon tho
raturn ot tho circulation required, or tho
deposit of lawful money as heroin pro
vided, n proporllohato ntnount of tho
bonds hold to tecuro tlio ctrculntion of
such riMocintton us shall mako such return
or dopoiit shall lo surrendered to it,
St:c 8. Thr.t upon tlo falluroof tho na
tional bunks, upon win. ii rtqulsitlons for
circulation shall bo mdo, or of nny of
them, to return tlio ntnount requlriil, or
to doposlt in the treasury liwful money
to rfcdicm tho citculMlou tcqiiirad within
thirty duys, tho comptroller of tho cur
rency shn'J lit onco soil, rs provided In
section 4'J of tho national currency nci,
npprovod Juno 3, 18G-I, bonds bold lo i
ctiro tho redumption of tin nssfdalion nr
nHochtions which shall so fail lo in
amount f ulliol.mt to rediem tho elrctib
tion r- qulrcd nf such nsccllIon or asso.l
ntiom, nnd wlih tho r cccds, which shnll
b deposited In tho tnnsunry of iho
United Stnten, so much of tbo riroulallon
of suld ns'ocintion or i,o;ia',ions shall bo
redeemed n will equal tbo ntnnunt re
quired nnd not returned ; nnd if thcro ho
nny nxcnrn of prccolds over tlio nrnount
required for such rodomption, it shall lo
roturnod to such association it iipv'U
tions whoso bond shall bavu beon solJ ;
and it shall hn tho duly ot tho treasurer,
nssistnnt treasurers, designated diiposilc
rloj nnd national batik dnpo Itorles of tho
I'lillcil States, who shall ho kept infoinud
by tho comptroller ol tho currency cf
such uiiocintluiis hi ahull full to return
circu ntlon ns required, o a-sort nnd re
turn to tho trott-urur fur redumption thu
i oto? ot such i.sfociiitiohs as Bbnll culiiu
into tlioi- h.mU until thanuiouiit rcqulrid
shall bo redeemed, .. i uu mannur to
oiauil unrl return to thu treasury lor ro
domption tho notus of such national banks
as havo lulled or gono into voluntary
liquidation fur tho purpoto ot winding up
tho ntl'iiirs of such ii shall heruuftur so
fail or go into liqudation.
srx. :. l rmv iruiu nnu nitor tno
nnssaco ol this act it ill nil bo lawfut tor
tho compitollor of thu currency, and ho Is
buroby ordered to Isauo circulating nutes
without doluv, us applications llienifor
aro made, not to oxcetd tha sum ot $55,-
000,000, tu associations organized or to bo
organized in thoso states nnd territories
having loss than their proportion ot circu
lation, under nn apportionment msdo on
tho basis of population and wealth, ns
shown by tho returns of tbo cudsus of
1870, and ivory a'sociatlon hereafter or
ganized shsll bo subjwet to and governed
uy tho rubs, restrictions nnd limitations,
and poss tho rights, privileges and
franchise now or liorcaftor to bo pre
scribed by law ns national banking asso
ciations, Vith tho samo power to amend,
alter, and repeal provided in ill" national
bank nct;prov!ded that tho wholo amount
of circulitton withdrawn nn l romoved
from the hanks tranracting business shall
not nxcicd $55,000,000, and that su:h
circulation shall bo withdrawn nnd rc
deemed is shall bo necessary to supply
thn clrculition previously tisuod to tho
hanks in thoso states having less thun
their anpirlionmont: and provided fur
thor, thatiot moro than $30,000,000 shall
bo wltbdiawn nnd rodenmed as herein
contnraplaod during tho fiscal year end
ing JunO'0, l8?o.
SOUTHERN ILLINOIS NORMAL
UNIVERSITY.
CUsno.vn.u.K .Inck-on County,
.May i.i, ls.i
On corlitlon that i sulllclcut number ol
young prsons dolre, and aro willing to
contribuca very ) mull Mini toward defray
Ing expne' .ay two hundred at foil
ilolhu e(cli n Nornul intltutc will be held
in the tor.- building, commencing -Inly l,the
day of h-dicTtinif tbo buildings, and continue
wlllh.ivo clir'c, and tho members of
the f.iculty givo tho main part of the In
etnicllnn. At . .i-t ton lectures will be lvcn
and, if the c.isi contrihuta 1 1 sutllcleiit, the
bestmcnof thi'tate a Jllssouii and Indl
ana, will be brnght In for tho-o lecturer
If not morn bin ouo hundred and tilty at
tend, tho pero 1 contrict with the luoruc
or- will be gretcr and thi' profit more - aud
a- the expense if tho institution will be the
i-ame, the ff'c i-lould be llto dollars. If three
hundred xtujnd the fee could ba reduced t(
three dollarL
Asthestll Itglslaturc inni.es no provt
ioih for payuii tho expends ol uch an in
stltutc, fo iliiirablo to and valuable to public
Southern Illiitls, add another favor to the
many they lhw already ilono tho comniu
nlty, nnd gr-i this announcement several
gratuitous fnvetlons in a good place, and
call tho nttcntlm ol teachers to it '
Let nil wnc wini to attend, send their
names at omi and not later than dune 20,
prox to Drftobraa. fccrftari oftrustccs.of
Southern Iluiols Normal Unlvcri-lty.C'arbon-
dale.
Ciood boanean bo had In Carbondalo at
reasonable nits.
N. 1). Til InMitllto cannot be held with
lc than onajhindred and fifty who will pay
live dollars faci. llonmtT Am.V.n,
j 1'rlBcipal of Faculty.
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To the Kdiiornr Tins Huuxtin;
i:ti:i:.mi:d I'ltiKM): Voii rv tu please In
loim your renders tli.tt I havo u positive
CUUIJ FOK CONSUMPTION
ond all diiordeiH ol tlio Throat and Luiiub,
mill tliiit. liir Ifu tie .ii ,m iimnil..!. I 1. ......
curetl hundreds of ivses, and will givo
$1,000 Oil
lor ii .'.K.H It will mil 1
strong U my faith, I will xond it Hami'm:,
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lllHllV Will U ultirivrttllt- fl-rtlrt il.uan .llLimLoa
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and ol)ll,'c, riillhliillv Voure,
DR. T. F. BURT,
lit) Wlllhvtoi HI, Nun Yoi lt
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Tram-It Intnunent, lor obtaining True
Time fiom tho Sun or Mar.
Jlnrlne Cbromctcr, for Keeping the Correct
Time.
Practical Watchmaker,
And all kinds of Watch work done nt
REASONABLE RATES.
T1MH KKIT I1Y
TRANSIT INSTRUMENT.
A 1'u'l Stock of
WATCH KS. CLOCKS, JEWELERY,
SPECTACLES, TOOLS AND
3IATHIIALS.
JSTSoto Agent for the Celebrated Karl
Zimmerman Wntchct.
No. 1.7), A8Ilt.NGTONAVi:NI?K,
Clnx'o.
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$ 5,000,000
Exdoavment Scheme !
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN AID OK Till:
Public Library of Kentucky
vJTJT-j-Y" 31. 187-i.
In aunounciiii! the Fifth and lat of the
-cries ol (ilft Concetti, given for thu benefit
oi me rtitiiic i.iorary ol utntucKy, mc
plcuiurr lo Iho four wlilclidnvc heen already
given: ino nri, uecemner io, in,i; tncsec
ond, December IHV1; tho third, July b
187s; and tbo fourth, March ill, 1T1.
Under their thartcr. granted bv a snccla
act of the Ki iitueky I.eglalattire, .March 10
18,1, mc iniiicca arc aiiiuonzeu to give
O.Ni: .MOOilK, and ONLY ONK .MOOKK
(Jilt Concert. With tbo money arMng Irom
me nun auu concert, the Uhrarv,.Mu
scum, and oilier detiartiuenU nrn tube en.
Urged and endowed ith a fixed and certain
annual Income. Such an endowment fund
Ii dcMreil. as will kecure bevond ncradrcn
ture. not on) v the malntenauee of this m.ir.
iiificent ("titblUtiuient, but its constant
growtu.
The Fifth Gift Concert,
for the purpo-cs! mentioned, and uhleh U
jioMtiveiy aim une'iuivoeauy tinuounccu us
Till: LAST WHICH WILL KVKlt III:
GIVEN UNDKIt THIS CHAltTKU ANU
11V THE I'ltKisKNT .MAN AOKilKNT. will
come oil' in the 1'ubllo Library Hull, nt Louli-
Friday July 31, 1S74
At this final Concert everything will be
upon a ticaie corresiionuwg with Its In
creased imiiortance. Tho inutile will he
rendered by an orchestra eoudhtlug of one
htiiidercd perlormeri.. kclccted fur their famo
in uiiiertiit i;iini, nnd tlio unprecedented
tiim hi
S2.bOO.000.
divided Into twenty thousand glftx, will bo
uixinuuicti among mc tiCKCi-noiueni.
LIST OT (SIFTN.
ONE OKA.VD CASH OUT
ONE liKAND CAbH Oiri'....
ONE O It ANU CASH OUT....
ONK OltANI) CASH CUT....
ONE OltANH CASH OUT. ..
S.VO.OOO
100,000
75,0(0
50,(00
85,000
r CASH UIKIH, O.oOOcitch
10 CASH OII-TS. 14.1100 c.ich
IUOjIHX)
1IO,0"0
lM.ooo
100,0(0
100,000
yj.ooo
100,000
100,000
15 CASH (ill'TC, 1(1,000 ceh. .,
JO CASH OI1T.S, f.,000 each . -.
W CASH (5 1 FT8, 4.000 each. . .
,1U VjASII till-"IS.
:i,000 each.
r0 CASH (HIT'S,
100 CA-SIl OUTS,
'-'10 CASE (MKTS,
t:,0f,0 each. . .
1,000 each. . .
MO each. . .
100 each. . .
C0 each. . .
W),000
ft'iO.OCO
10,000 CASH GIFTS,
(KAMI TOTAL 20,000 OIKf.
a i.i. cash ?:,ww,uw
1'ItK'i: OI' TICKETM.
Whole Tickets $ W,00
llnlvei i 'Jfi.llO
Tenth, or each Coupon 5,00
1 1 Whole TIckctH fur 500,00
'MtTI.Ul. fn. 1 CHM IU.
I'lckcti aro nowrcadv for xale. and order
iccoiniianled bv enh will be tiroiuntlv
lllled.
Liberal Comm be-oni wl I bo allowed to
satisfactory agents
Clrcti'nrH containing full partlcularo fur
nished on upi)IIc.ition.
THOS. E. 1IKAMLETTE,
Agent and 3Innagcr.
l'uhllc Library Unlldlng, Louisville, Ky
10 twi-iiw
Rott. Wood & Oo
lino lUDGB'AVKNUK
PIIILADELAIIIA, PENN.,
Fountains, Viibck, Anlmnln. Iron Stairs,
Lamp rn?t, Stable Fittings,
turn nui HH.
CAST, WROUOIIT & WIRE RAILINGS
NKAVandlMltOVKl'DCUAIHfortboalrci",
, Concert unu.Locturo;jiaiw.
And a Gonoral Assortment of Orna-
mental Iron Work.
IMIinntes and doi-li:n "cnton uppllcatlon.
Hatlnctho clans ot work doslrcd.
iU--lV-COd-O
WHOLESALE
mm m
sBMMSIslklSSH
BJBJBIj to
BARCLAY BROTHERS
Jobbers and Retailers of
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Toiictt Articles, Druggist's Fancy CJoods, Collier White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbe Colors, Dye
Stuns, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wo Solicit correaponilerice and order from Druggist, l'hylrlan and General Stores
icTorllc K.tnlly Mcdlclno case, lorn-
WHOLESALE & RETAIL. RETAIL & PHEiCKIPTION,
"4 Ohio Ivec. Wnslilngrton Ave. cor. Klshtli St.
CAIRO.
NEW HOT EL
HARRY WALK ER
(Late Proprietor of tho St. Nicholas Hotel)
DaB become Superintendent of the
mi n inn
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
iir. Walker having taken charge of this old aud well.kuown Iioum.', will at
once give it a thorough renovating, nnd put it in first-clasa order for the recep
tion gucsta. Mr. Walker will welcome his old customcra to the new house, aud
will always be glad to see them.
First-class Day Board 820 per Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Planter's House.
SO Ohio Levee - - CAIRO, ILLS
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor-
The Planter's House is locate! on Ohio Lcrcc Street in
CLOSE PROXIMITY
POTS AND STEAMBOT LANDINGS
And in tho Center of tho Buhiucsm Portion of .the City. The, IIoufo is new
and completo in all ltd appointments. The rooms, are largo and hiry, besides
being elegantly furnished and carpeted. (SucM.s will recoivo courteous treat
ment and tho best of accommodations.
Transient Guests $2 per Day.
p.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
no at kToiu:h
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE GIIOOER,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
No. 70 Ohio Loveo, CAHIO, Ihh
JQTSncclal attention given to conalgn-
muntu and lllllllL' nrilnni. ll'Hl
SAM WILSON,
DUAI.Elt IN
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
JVo. XXO Olxio Xiovoo
CAIRO ILLS.
AND 11ETAIL
run? m i
ii
TO RAILROAD DE
Day Boarders 20 per Month
and Boats Day and Night.
Zi-t 0-i-3m.
C. N. HUGHES,
General Insurance Agent
OFl'IUK,
Ohio Jjcvco, over Matlius & UhlV.
e
Jti5T-aVoH lut Jlrit-chm Companies
reprcscntctlf , s
insurance;
f
'KsTAIILIHIIKU 1858. -
Sailord, Morris & Candee,
Insurance Agents,
7.'1 Ohio Iibvco,;Olty National, Bank
"Huillling, O.viiioIii.9: ''
Tho olduiit ustablishod Akciic) In Soiltlicrn
Illinois, reiiresfiitlns over
$65,000,000,00.'
mill i,

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