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flLINOIS UENTKAL UATMvOAD
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' Freight 4.-00 a.m.,.
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I VINOKNNKS
ROAD.
viianok or umi:.
( AlltO TO JIN'CINNATI AND LOl'LS-
villi:.
flOnatiil after June "III passeiurer trnliiH
will run (Lilly except .Sunday an Pillows :
UOINd NOItTII.
Cairo, leave
Vienna, nrrivo. . .
llarrltlturK, arrive
Norrln City, arrive
o:W a. M.
WIS "
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i armi, arrive
ray villi .arrive
Ml. ( annul, arrive
Inteiiuc, nrrl vi. .............
" l iilon Depot. arrive.
leve...
1:20 "
1:10 "
llm-'nnati. arrive....
I Louisville, arrive
b:.'"0
coi.no uoUltl
Cairo, arrive
lOifil-
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Icutia. arrive
Harrliburi;, nrrivo
Norrlsl ity, arrive
Carinl, arrive
(irayvillc, arrive
Ml Carmel, arrive
Inronncs.IciVe
" (,'iilon Depot, Icare
" " arrive
( InelnnUL leave (lin1) A. M.
l-ouljUHc, leave... .....
CONNKCTIOSH.
At nrinl with SI. l:oul and .Soulhca'lcrn
trains toaiiillromLvaiisvllle ami poltiti weft:
I.eaVlnif Cairo I'M .v. .M.
Arrivlnir In Lvaiuvilli: ::!' '. M.
l.eivini: ' 12:50 "
Arrlvlioj In Cairo MiVt "
At Incennes with Ohio and .Mlwilp
railway for Cincinnati nnJ liuUvllle, anil
all point east ami wct;;vvtth lndtanap
oil and Vlnccnncn railway lor
Indianapolis and all polnti north,
rut and west; with Kvansvillu and Craw
lordivllle railway for Kvansvlllc,Torra Haute,
Danville, Chicago and all point north, eait
and West.
At -Norriii City with the SpMurflcM
and llllioU Southeastern railway lor Shaw
iitetovvu andiiirlniJllelil, III., and oint
Mlcl"llii entral,
-all point' south;
,1 r an piiini
I'll r, m.
Hour?,
Iriur-.
ri hours'.
riit 44 houn.
Ixtxix. Chief Kmrlnecr.
jl'K.Mlioliul, A;;cnt, (. alro.
HtTTCHKKM
JACOB WALTER,
BUTCHER,
And Dealer in
FRESH MEATS,
UlflllTII bTRKKT, IIKT. "V ABHIKOTON ANIJ
CosiviKHCIAlAVK.adjoinlng llanriy i.
Kt i ji- tlie hi st or Heel, l'ork, Mutton veil,
l.auih, rjauni;i', t-te., and In piepared to
n.nr lauillles in u aeeeptahlii manner.
JAS. KYN ASTON,
BUTCHER
Ami Dealer in
Ahh KINDS OK J'lJMSU JIHATS
Near Oor. Twiintluth Stroot and
Couiiuorcial Avonuo.
OAIHO. IliMNOIS
HYLAND & SAUR.
BUTOH BUS-
" And Dealer Mi
CHOICE FRESH MEATS,
Of every ileeriptloii,
inth Street :uul Conuncr-ial Avenue
Next dour to tliu liyianu saiooii.
(Unto, Illinois.
LNE MILLINERY GOODS
:i'mi-:nii sritiNii iiooiw
M It S . M . JA0K8OM,
(Formerly Mm. Swandcru,)
ouncos that Bho has just; opened a Urg
TBnent ot tho
vyBST,
MOST FABHIONABLK,
AND HANDSOMEST
'iillnerv Uoods to Do tound in tne uiarKet
3bo will keep on hand
lljATH, JloNNKTH, r LOWJCKH, UUIHOMB,
UHKHH J BIMMIMUn Or AM mni"i
-IjAijixu KuuNisuina Uoods, hotiqnb,
Cm inm. llNtlKRHLVKVKH. ItUKKH,
Ami nil ifnniu found in mlUiiiorv Ktorec, nil
f which will bo' dlaposod o at tho lowest
cash prices. Mrs. Jackson runpcclfully
mkBa continuation of tho putaonugo which
bin hcou ao llbeially hostnowed upon her by
UiO mines ol Cairo anuiuo viciuivv.
i (THff i nnriTi ttj Tim
I
4.
WttlB.
NEW YORK.
SKKIOt'S (!IIAH(!i:S 01' COItltLT.
tion AUAixsr tiii: I'oi.it'i:
COMMIShlUMlKS.
Another Church Scnndal
of Cliitrch'""
Ihc City
X r.w Yoiik, Juno 80. SI r. .John Kol
loy, ehairmaii ot tho Taiiitnaiiy hall, h
forvvurdod a coniniunUatloii to ilnyor
Ilnvuui rui''7 thu leHer of iho
cvnviulod jtollco couiinlttionuri, (iardner
and Chardkclr, ton Jerint; their retina
tlonn. Ho ehhrhetcri'.iiU thulr luttor at an
iucenioui tiituo of ipeclal plcaslni;, ui;
geitlvo of lnliitituir.onts and bold false
iioodi, and nccuici (Jhonlucit of hnvint;
niiocitttoil himivlf with llrnry Smith and
Gardner to gratify hit political nipira
tion. Kinilii'K thu domocratlc party win
notdlipoiol to notify them, thu three
uikii iormed ii rint; nnd exeludod thuir
fallownietiiher, who wero upright and
ctintcieutioim men. Ilu late that tho
eluction Kw of 1872 vvai mort carefully
form! by tho republican! to protect the
purity of thu bllot-lox, and that u ru
Cettlon from n rcal ri'publienn lawyer
put thu protveutor.t cu the ruai to lltinl
vie lory.
Thu oMcors of the Ilrooklyn taberni l)
have boeu invuitiijitin tha icriou n'an
dal which had itt origin in that plai'D t.f
wornhip, and .Mr. Talmadue, on thu re
commendation of tho Dxnminlni; commit-ti-o,
read from tbo pulpit yesterday n writ
of vxcominunlcatiDii agninit iiorij. O.
Mlteholl, who I charged with oricinating
tho ilory. Mitchell charged Major
Unrwin, preiident of the board of trutteei
and luparintendent of thu Sunday lehool,
with having miiapprnpriated tho fund
cf the church and luvini; .applied them
to hi own tue.
Yeitorday morninc at the Wavhinglon
lI Khti I'rcibjrturi&n church, Kev. O. A.
Stoddard preached a memorial ditcourro
upon Madame Audulon, rocenlly du
ceaie 1, widow of tho minril nsturalift.
A dlfpat h itatfl that Colonel II. C
Whitelnv. chief of tbetocret tervice, hm
not reflgnc 1, but hai demanded an invit
ation, which baa Iecn gi anted.
i m. T. eit, wlio ii mentioned by
doro Tilton in tbii letter to Kev.
1 liar n, ha! addro.ifod u letter to
cler'vman, in which ho regreta
.'v Dm! thr FtHti'tnnnt fiintninpd
pttc cauto him to taku pari in
rmtrovoMV.
"1'itH, thu chargci againit
ro mado tin rly two montb pro-
my Interview with him, nvd r.ot
wcekn afterward, as ttated in bis
'nd lotter. At tho lltno when they wero
Tjnvlclion of Tilton, If ho wcro guilty, to
remoro trie lin wnicn rcsiou on mo
church, and to undeceiro lu paftor. They
wore not an indirect and Inflncere mt-thod
of investigating one man under tho flo
protemo of Invuligating another. '
WASHINGTON.
THE DISTRICT MEMORIALISTS
TO GO BEFORE THE GRAND
JURY AT ITS NEXT
SESSION.
TUB UEAMN WHY GENERAL
SIIEUMAN TAKfcs THE AKMV
TO T. LUUIS.
Andy JoIiiimiiiIo Iiii Armlgncd by V.x-
uovcriior iouil'.
WAMitNiirfN. Juno .10 Thu uimori
aliiti hrvo concluded l.ol tu go before tliu
irrand Jury nt tho pn-ii i.t sion in ru-
grd to the triud in the lain diftrict gov
ernment, m tbo grand jury adjourns on
1'ridav next, but will Iju prepared lor
tbo grand Jury which will meet next Sep
tember. Ai oon us tho commiiiioiicrj
under the ad interim L'overnrnent imumo
their dulloi", tho memorialist will rfqucet
tho dlimitral ol all 1110 cniei uterK aim
prominent ollicisU of tho govornmont, bo
as to provont any emiuge or aueruiioin
in tho book(, records, etc , m which the
niHiiormluit rely fur cririiirml jirosecutloD.
- OCX. MIKHMA.N I.KTCKK.
A long letter from (luneral Sherman
lite been made public, addressed to tho
secrotary of war tui the l'th f August,
1870, cdeavoring to rtiow by ari;umcnt
that thu general of tho army ought to bo
much hictrer Indian tnan nn nail boen
Allowed to bo under t'residents Grant,
I'olk, I'lorcu and liuclmnan. Tho letter
was nut replied to. and tho r-fu'itl to
comply with tho fuggoetlolik fur n broader
authority to tliu general is rupposnu tu
Iiavn lnuucuu iienei i ninriiiuu to remove
his hoadquartors to St Louis.
TUB MSW I'UKItKSCV At f.
Accordlnc to thn fourth section of tho
now act on tho currency, bunks desiring
to withdraw their circulation, in wholo or
in mvrt. aro a lowed to do so upon deposit
ing lawful uionoy with the troasuror of
the United States, to tako up their bonds
deposited u security for such circulation.
Tliu comptroller 01 tno currency staves
that mulu a number of banks lmvo tnkon
steps to withdraw their circulation, and
over a million of circulation ol eaitorn
bunks will bo thus retired. Tho comp
troller donlcs that bu bad any conforenco
with the socretaiy ef tho treasury upon
thu construction tu tho new law in ro
spnot to tho reserve, as was slated in i
pre. a ilinpntcli last week.
COMMI'MOKkltrt AI) INTKMM.
Theroisno doubt that Mr. Dennlson
bun neeonted tho position of commis
slonor of tho district government, and It
Is now boilovud hero that Moisrs. Uattell
and Hlow will also nccoitc. Two of thon
throe commUslonon eomnmnd thu publiu
confidence, and thoro Is a gnnoral teuling
of griitlflcRtton at tho prospuct ot any
organuod government.
ii id ii nuMK.s,
Ki.fiovernor Kooto proposos to arriign
oz-l'rosidont Johnson boforo thosoverlgns
of Tonnossoo lor high crimes and mlsao'
moanors at an oarly day.
Tho decisions of
IJItAUTKIlMAbTKIl OKNlillAl. MK10S
continuod to oxclto sovoro criticism, a bo
ing unjust and malignant, and quite i
nutnhnr of doodIa hero are reioic
lug ovor a rojiort that ho la oon to bo
transforred to Bomo position Yrllffa
his powers for mischief will bo ivtibr&lltj
llimiUll
ill i jggte pttltelttt
GAIRCj, ILLINOIS. WEDNESDAY.
ted
Tho report dooi not, howcVr,
more than rumor. "
icem
to bo more than rumor
CIVIL !)Kfl it n.
It is tal l in ofliclnl oirclc thn
rnrvicii poinmisiion hlid f.
boarda will conllnuu. Althou
did nut miko a (pedal appn
porfect and enforced tho rule
iloiit dos not Intend "hnn
torn, but will dr. -in hi po.
... - II. '
BUIIIIl..-- -" , ... ..
Jir. uuiuro r iiiuii, tun n . ,1
Jtor
of tho tronury, wa twor
o-day
and colored upon tbo diecbaiio of bis du-
tie.
It is reported that William O. Avery,
of Illinois, presont thlof clerk oftho inter
nal rovenuo ollice, is to bo apiointed chief
clerk of thu treasury department.
Tho Ohronlclo of to- tlay, in n iJ
itorlal upon tho removal of General Sher
man's headquarter to St. J.ouln, says wo
havo tho lilghos autbosity fpr saying that
thu personal rotations bctwtoil thu secret
ary of war and tho gcnoral of tho nrtny
aro cordial and friondly, and that thorn
ba been no open rupture waiicrM'Slmr
mau'. removal i madu t this timo on ac
count of privato and icfonal matter,
which, In his judgment, undor all circum
stances, justify his course. Hut it is tqually
true that, had he any duties to perform a
general of tho army, bu would remain at
too cajutal.
FOREIGN.
Marshal Concha Killed in
an Allack on Iho
Carlisls.
'articulars of the Garlist
Victory Over tho Na
tional Troops.
SPAIN.
Mjdiuii, Junu :iu.--i.iepatchfj re
ceived by thu government lliis morning
convey the mtellii;enrtt tnat Marshal
Uoncua was killed yesterday iu an
attack on tho cnrl.it entrenchment at
Murd, near Ktolli Wttiri tho national
forces leitrned of the death of their com
mander, they returned to their former
jtoti'.ions without disorder, leaving no
trojihy in tliu hand of thu enemy.
.MAlJlul'. .June Ju. lleetdes .Unrsunl
Concha, one brigadier and two sUil of
ficers wero kill oil in tbu attack of tiro ru
publicans upon tbu carliet entrench
ment at Murd, yesterday. General
Marline Compos ctmimuids tha army nt
the imrlh until tho arrival of Gecoral
Sabella. Hy order Irom Madrid the
whole army tin fnlb'ii back to I.erln.
eight miles from ICsl-llii.
IIayo.v.sb, June Ml. The followinc
account of recent righting boforo Kt-tella,
and iho death of General Coqfibti, is du
.iti tioiu curiiit sources, ibu rcnuii.
lieans made their first ittackon .the inn
bank of tbo river Kga on Thursday, and
followed il up Friluy, on tho evening of
which day they hd forced tho carllsts
from tho first lino of dc!cnt-ei. Thu neit
day, Saturday, they attempted tu carry
oy assault tue nigiits immediately com-
mantling r.slolla. in thu attuck tbey
lailod and wero driven bck In di'order.
Tbtlr retreat bocatnu a rout, when General
Concha wix mortally wounded.
J hu total loss ot tlio republicans in
killed, wound, d and micMiig 4000.
Goneral Kcbngnu's entire division nar
rowly escaped capture, and wn snvol
only by thu extraordiutry cxertitms o( the
artillery.
Tbo assault was mado during tho ntgbt,
under cover of which tho republicans
succeeded In witbdmwir.g all their can-
Dour.
FRANCE-
i l'AKia, Juno 30. In thu committee of
thirty to-dnv, tliu ccnsliiuviunnl bill,
moved by M. Uatliuer Verier, waJ rejctoU
by a vote of lb aninit 0. No vole ws
taken on tho bill su'.unittud tv M I.-tm-
bert du Siintu Cnui. 'l he cumuiilteu de
cided to druw up n toiistitutional bill ol
il own, and for Hint liurp tso appointed
ihroo commitiioners, via : M. Vvutuvon
nd Comptu Daruu, -Monarchist?, nnd M.
Charles do LaCumbc, alibornl conserva
tive. This selection stiowi that tho per
annul septtnato bus triumped, mid neittier
Hcptenai republic nor a definitive repub
lic nave anything to nopu irom mo com
mittee of thirty.
1'AltIP, Juno 'AO. Tho death of General
Choncha Is conhldored horo an event of
great political importance. It is believed
Concha intocded to proelulm I'rince
Alphon6o king as s on as thu campaign
againit thn carllsts was brought to a suc
cessful issue, and the Madrid government
deeply mistrusted him.
La I'atriosav President MacMahon ro
cently declared that ho would not code
his authority to any una f.ir n singlo day,
and ho refused to bear of either a htadt
holderor tho lieutenant genoralcy of tbo
kingdom. This is substantially confirmed
by a declaration to tho iiinm ullvrt In an
order of tho day congratulating tho
troops on thu sueeos of their review at
Long Cliauipii yesterday. Tho legitimists
aro vury indignant at thoso expresslonh of
tbu president.
KILLS HIS DAUGHTER'S
TRADUCER.
Cincinnati, 0., Junu 30. A special
to tbo 'Commercial' from Tos'nimbiti, Alu,,
of tbo 'J9th, contain tho full wing: "A
year ago Georgu V. Kong, of good frame
and ininuy, was lorunideu ny lion. j. ii.
Sloss, n membor of Congress from this
district, to havu any communication with
his daughter. Long indignantly de
nounced bhiih and notiilod tbu girl s char
autur,asserting his own too great intimacy.
Slots came homii from Washington on
Friday ovoninc and hoard tho facts from
his daugbtor. On Sunday evening ho
stood in tho window of a" room In thu
socond htory of his hciiso and rliot Long,
who was on tbo opposite sldu of the stroui.
Four buckshot oniorcd Long, ono through
tho skull, another through tho neck, and
two In tho body. Tliu doctors ny hong
can't live. Sloas confosscd tho deed and
is now in thu hands of the horill'.
Tiik oaroor scop n on no cornor ot
Klghth Btroot nnd Commercial nvonuo
where J. Goorgo Stionbouso with bis gon
tlemnnly assistants can bo found nt tiny
hour of tbo day or night, rondv to soottiu
your foolings with a smooth shavp, or cool
your tompur and bond with a good sham
poo. It Is u first-class shop, nud you aro
suro of receiving first-class treatment.
Lftdloa1 and children's hair cut or curled
or tbo most ujiprovod itvlca. 8-lC-tf
: :1
.MIA I.
Tllli CAJRO CITY
?.
CO A
Are prefired to surply custotneni
with thu M-t j
ItHNOIS
; COAX
I I.KA 0UKK1U AT
firilalUdaj llro.V olllte, No. TO
Ohio I.i veej
rJTIIalliila llro.' Wharnio.i
jt-ffAt l.L-)tim Mill-; or
SJf'At lis.- eiiil tluni, foot ot
Thirtv-elhilii.triet. I
ns1 fnstffc
3 km twmu
nviufi
NATIONAL JUNK
or.'Aino
It. W. .MILi.BltlrreMtlonl,
.1. M. I'llll.l.ll'l, Vlee l'rtfldent,
fllA, CU.VMIGIIA.M. Caibler.
C0I.I.K0TION5 .'I'.OMl'ThV MADE.
HXCIIANOi: u. bank noli" and I niled
uiIh wiirities buiiht ami -old.
Iutcrcil nlluvril on time ik'iioIt'
Til 10 CITY iN'ATlUiXAL
BANK
OAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITA Is,
3100,000
W. I. 1IA1.I.IDAV. I'icMilOlit;
lli:.MtV 1. HAlLIDaY, Vice PreIdot.
A. It. SAKIlia. t-a-lller,
WAIl'Ki: II Vt'I.OI". A-i-istant CasliU-r.
DIIIKOTOK.
ST.VATs TAYl.iIt, It. II. CU.NXIMiII.IM
II. I.. II Vl.l.ll. AV. 1". I1AI.I.II..VV.
tl. D. Vii.i.ia.(in', Ti:i'in:.N linti),
i. it. S.vroni).
Kxi'lnitiKC (olii nnd I'liiteil States
ItiiiuH lluuglit umi Sold.
DKI'OSIT- r-l lved.
;ilnl a general l.iinl.in;
ipii-iiii -- ni .
KNTKKI'UIik"
isAVLN'US HANK
ciiai:ti:uii makcii :m, tsou.
CITY NAT1NAL
IlANh',
OAIliO.
i
OK lIO KUS
A. II SAHOIID, l'reliienl!
S. T AY
Oil, Viee.l'rt-liielilt
II YSIJl', fceertlury and Tre:iurer.
tirjlui :
Ciias. G.vuriiiint,
Ml. TAtir. G.Sciiuii.
M. iAIlfl.V
1-. VI. .Siot.'lil'
It. il. Cl'.N.Nl.NIIAM. 'I- I" II Al.l.ltlAV,
M. I'im.i.ii's.
l.Ti:illT
luld on leiu-ll al the into
ol l Jii'l' cent
ir itniiuiii, .viuieli im ami
eptcinlier hl.l lull iet not vv Itlidiavvil l
uildeil iinmeijislv to tlie prilicipui ni'iue
tlcpiiMI-, tlui'
Klvlng tUim coinpouiM
ltiteivl.
MAUUIKII WOMV ANII IUIII.IIUKM MA V
lH.rilsIT MOM.V ANII Nil O.NK KIK
I ANPIS.VVV IT.
(inll ivirt lll'ili d;iv fi oil) U a. III. lo.'l
p. in., mid :iiilayrveiiliig4 lor i-.'iv ilisj1 tie-po-its
only, Irom u In n'clock.
W.llYsl.Ol', Tiv.iurer.
i.wi:its.
SAMUEL P WHEELER,
ATTORNEY Si ClIlKSELIIIt AT IM
cAiuo, Illinois.
OlUice Over Kiit Nlllomil 11 ink. .".-iri-Sm
John II. MuUey.
MULKEr
ATTOllNKYS;
William (
Mulkey.
SON,
AT LAW
bctvvocn Coinmor-
Olllre: I'.lglilli Hill
eial iiinl ushiiigtoi
ellilel-. n-lltr.
.GREEN & GILBERT,
r' ArrooiYS
COUNSELORS
LAW,
William II. Green.
cell, 1
William II. OlihiMt
'AlllO, I..I.S.
.Mile 1 . Gllhcll
r
jsrspeclal atteiiiluii glv4ito Ailuilralty
ami .Steamboat uiMlucnd.
i
Olllco: Ohio Levee, llooln 7 imdH over
city .National nunc
O.W. UUNNINOl
M. I).
HKKIDKNCi; corner
ii if. Oillce- coiner
Nil li unit YollHU
III ftreet nu i
io levee, Olllco liount-liimU u. ni
im, ui till p. iu
JULY 1-1874.
ir.;MI)UMiH
R. SMYTH &. CO.
WIIOLI'-SALK
LI (JUG It DEALERS
No. (0 Ohio J.cvco,
UAIUO, ILLINOIS
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to I'arkur fc Make,)
Dealer In
PAINTS & OILS
VAItXISIIKS,
HUI'HIIKS,
WALL I'Al'KH,
WINDOW GLASS,
WLN'UOWSIIADKS
Ami the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Ilross" llulldlng, 11th St.tt Oomorclal Av.
UAIKO, ILLS.
FRED- HOFHEINZ
CARRIAGE & WAGON
MANUtfACTUJlEIl.
BLACKSMITHIXG.
.Sixth Street and Coiiimcrctnl Ayciiup,
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
Speeisl attention given to IIiiHbk .Siioi.no
and general lepalrliig. :il-d-.'ttf
C. W. WHEELER,
WOOD .AND GOAL
OKKICK AND Y'AltD,
lUth St. bet. Washington & Commercial Ave.
A Urge supply of 1'ittMmrg and ltlg
Muddy coal contautly on hand, Stove
A'ood uvnl to order. Onlem lor ceal oi
wood should be lo.". at the ollico on Tenth
tercet. Tcniii", cah on delivery.
WAGON MANUFACTORY
For Sale at Wholesale and Itctail.
( Olt.NKrt f!2ll STIlKKT AND OHIO LEV KB,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
.'. 1'. A.V 111 K
FITS CUIIliD LREK.
Anv perion Mllleriug Imm the almve dl(
case ii rciniesleil to addle.-- In. I'iiici:. and
a trial bottle o iiicdieiiie will be lorvvardetl
bv exnre". KUKK!
Dr. I'rice li.il regular phy-iclan, aud ha
U'.'ldc the treatliisiit of
rns oit i:i'ili:isv
a tu i for yfaw. and bu will vviirnmt
cine, b'j tlie lire of hi-, lelucily.
I in mil f.ill to (end to him for trial bottle
it c'o-tn nothing, ami ho
will eiiiti: voir,
no matter of how long
limy In, or how many
stuidln
your e:ie
ntlie. leincdleN luuy
nave luiictl.
t'iiciihirr and te-tlmuiilaU muiI with
ntr.r, tkiai. iiottli:.
Addl'i'M
IMt. CIIAS. T. IMtll'K,
(17 William -Street, New Yolk.
'jSCil-ilAvvly
CAXDV FACTORY
ROSE & TEMME
Manufacturers, Wholosalo and
Hnuil Doalers in
CoiifootitmovH GooiIh-
He. lt'd Washington Ave.
Calm, Ills.
DR. W. JJLAUW
GERMAN PHYSICIAN.
Uudors Mock (up stairs) corner Hth Stro
and waautugion Avonuo.
90 31-tH
OA1KU, ILLINOIS.
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WHOLESALE 0U00EU,
COMMISSION MERCHANT
And Dealer In
BOAT STORES
No. 70 Ohio Low, CA1K0, ILLS
62rSpeclal attention given to
dents anil tilling orden.
contgn-U-Jtf
SAM WILSON,
ni:.vi.r.ii in
BOAT STORES
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
Wo. llO Oliio Xjovoo
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ADMIN ISTUATOIt'S SALH.
Of real estate. Hy virtue of nil ordor and
decree of tho county court of Alexander
count) , 11111101-., made on thu petition ol the
uiulcri-lKiieil, administrator ot the c-tatu
or Albert li. Whltnker, dcceaicd,
lor leave to Mil tho real citato
of Mild deceased, at tho last
January term of nnld court, to-wlt : on the
Twi nileth tLv of January, A. D. 1S7I, 1
Miall, on Saturday, tue twenty-tilth day of
July next, between trehour-iol ten o elocK
a., in., nud twelve o'clock in., of Mid day,
i-ell at public mle, at the Miuth-vve-terly door
ut the eulirt luill-c, ill the city ot Cairo, iu
said county, Ilu I'oliovvinj; de-eribed mil
estate situated Iu tho eltv of Cairo, county
ol Alexander, and state of llllnol., to-wit :
Lot-i niitnhorcd nineteen, (IU), twenty 20i.
ami twenty-one (21), in block mmibered
lortv-evru (ITi: and lot numbered thiitv-
one CM), In block numbered lorty-nlne dm,
all lu tlie lir-C addition to too city 01 uauo,
aforesaid.
Turiiiw nf until In 1 fnllou-. Hu'. Hi'"!
cai-h in baud, otic-third in three months, and
one third In cl months Irom tho day of snlo
tho purehuHT lo (,'lve uotei", iirnwiim six
per cent Interest, for the deterred pay
ments secured by falo mortgage upon the
premise sold.
(Intuitu: Kisiiut, Atlmlnl-trator,
ol the cutate ot Albert it vv mrihcr,
deceased. Is-ll-EI-dX-vv-U
.lime ititii. ii i.
EoM. Wood & Co
113(1 HUMsK'AVKNUH
LMIILADELAIIIA, 1WNN.,
FoiintnliiD, Viisp5-, AtiliiinN. lionrvliiii s,
Lainii Tint., Slitlilc ntlluifs,
Who Works.
MST. WROUGHT & WIRE HAILINCS
NKWniidlMItOVKl'DOHAIItlorthealrc,
Concert and Lccturolllall".
And
a (loiiiial Asorliiioiit of Orua-
uiciital Iron orfc.
Katimatea and doslt,'na '0111011 application,
itutliw the class 01 worK uoireu.
mi-4-H-eoil-il
UlLIilAM K. SMITH, SI. 1).
KKS1DKKC15 No, 21, Tlilrtcciitii stroit
butween W'athlnutou avcHiio aud wuluu
1 met. Oillce 120 commercial avenue, up
( llr.
Z. DTMaMiilWJ E. C. Uh.
ronvardlus A General
Commission Merchants,
Dcalrrs Ux'jp
FLO U IS, fJRAIN, II AY AND
AVIiS'l KHJf PRO DUCK.
Ohio Levm,
Caiko, Ills.
$ 5,oo()5oa
E N J )0 W.M K N'T Sn IEME !
FIFTH AND LAST CONCERT
IN AID OK Tin:
Public Library of Kentucky.
TUXj-y 31. 187.
In anuomieliur tho l'ifth anil l.it oftho
seriei ol flirt Concert, given for the bencHt
of the Public Utinicy of Kentucky, the
iniicct anu manager reicr witii pruia aim
pleasure to the four vvbielihuvcliern already
"Iven: The lirt, December 10, 1N7V, thosee
on.t. Dt-ocniiMr a, the thlnl, July b,
lrtj; Kd i hi- fmirlh, March 31, 1ST I.
Under their cwu-r. (rranted by u special
ai t of tho Kentucky U-KUhituri', March 10
lf71. the Tructecs are Hiitliortzcd to lvo
UNI) MOOItK, and ONLY t)NK MOOIIK
(lift Conci-rt With tho money arUln from
the l iftli nnd La-t concert, tho Library, Mil--cum,
nud oilier di nartnieiiU arc to bo en
larged and endowed with a tlxed and certain
annual income. Such an mlovvineiit fund
in de-lred, ai will eciire beyond peradvcii
tuVc, not only the maintenance of tliN mai;.
tiltleent ("tabli-hiucnt, but lta constant
growth.
Tho Fifth Gift Concert,
for the .niriio-os
mentioned, and which i
ioltlvely nnd mieuulvoeally ;
imiotineed
Till; LAsT WHICH WILL L'VKK III.
(IIVKN CNDKIt T11IS C1IAKTKH AND
MY TIII! I'KLSKNTMANAUK.MKNT. will
conic oil" In the I'libllc Library Hall, al l.ouli
ville, Ky.
Friday July 31, 1S7I.
At this llnal Concert V.vcrythliiK will bo
upon a n'ale rorre-polnjili with itn in-crua-eil
iinportaliee. Thd music, will be
rendered by an orehe-tra conslstlm: ef 0110
huiiilered pertormer, udected forthelr fame
in tllllcreiil bind-, and the unprecedented
sum ni"
352.bOOOOO.
divided Into twenty thousand Klft, will be
ill-tributcd ainniii; the ticket-holdcrx.
l.isror siii TH.
ONL (illANI) CASH (ill'T
oni:oi:and cash tiii'T ....
ONI" (iUAND CASH (MKT
OXIt (iltAXD CASH CUT
$2W,000
100,000
7.0fo
M,000
as.ooe
100,000
nu,(r
KKMXX)
100,01 o
100.000
!ii),O0"J
100.1HX)
llM.IWO
120,000
H),00(1
i:m),ooo
ONlitiUAND CASH (1IKT ...
.i CAsll (1IKTS, feUO.oOOearh..
lOt ASH tilKTS, 11,000 e.ii li
l.'iC.VSH tilKTC, 10,000 each . . .
till CASH (ilKTS, fi.OOO each. .
2S CASH (IIK Ts, -l.OCHIeaeh. .
'ID CASH (iHT, .1,000 each. .
N) CASH (ilKTs, a.OlO each. .
1(H) CAMI lill , l.iW ciieh. .
Jit) CAll tl' KTS, MO each. .
WW t ASH t.lITs. lOOeaeli. .
111,000 CAslltilKT.-, fit) each. .
tllt.VNK IOT.VI. 20,(H.H) UMTS,
A I.I. C.VKll
.?2,ri00,ooo
lKlir.OrTIC'K17I'.S,
Whole Ticket- ? oO.orj
Ticket-. $
Halve, a.;,00
Tenth, or euchCoujiou ",00
11 Whole Tickets tor
22 Ticket lor 1,000,00
1'lekett aro now ready for iale, and ordera
ai.comp.iuled by oii.li will lo promptly
lilled.
Liberal ConimN-ioiM will be allowed to
nati-facttiry aKciit,
Clru,lr contaliilmr full particular- fur
nished, on npplicitlou.
TIIOS. K. IMt.VMLLTTE,
Aonl mid Jluiinor.
l'liblle Library lltilltllnir. Lniilnville, Ky
P,i- -u-.'Wm
KERTH,
Succcor to
BEERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Dealer iu
STOYES,
Hollow Waro &c.
Manuf.iclurcr and Jobber of
TIN, Slll'.KT IKON nnd COIM'KUWAHK
rump-. Hlrd (ac. Ice Cream Freezer 1
Water Coolers. Wire Cloth tor Wld
dovv scivcii.,dai.mcil Ware,
i:tc i:tc.
TIN KOOFING
wun ormsr ami Jol) Work
MADIi A Hl'HCHALlTY.
Aent for tho
Garry Iron Roofing Co.,
Tlie hcbt Iron lioolliu; in tho Market.
Orders from Abroad will Receive I'rompt
Attention,
All work done with Dispatch and "Wairau-
ted to gtvo sallslactlon.
ni fi-iu-tr.
R. JONES,
Boot &c Slioe
MAKER,
Commercial Avonuoi
Itctwceo Tenth and KMventh Streets
(JAIltO, ILLINOIS.
Is-lueiuired 1 "H ortleM vMlbout delay.
Ho his a One "lock of Imrnl. d lealher on
hand, jut received from rwVtrk, and hu
put down the prices tu tyc lovvnt nop u.
tM H
3 -
El 1 T. J.

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