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BY JOHN H. OBERLY &
INSURANCE.
V. II. .Marrl.
Notary Public and I'
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BEHXIZHEIMER . CAIIH.
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. Wisconsin ami lowa, and Ar'ntsforivtlfr
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INSURE!
CO.
COMMISSION-FORWARDING.
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(Btipcenors to K. tf, Heodrfaks Co.1
FORWARDING
"Commission Merchants.
.and
PROPRIETORS.
r ' CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
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aWAre prepared to rrcalTf, store and forward
imam, la mil pcini,'wrawsni1 aell on com
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Flar, Meal, Bar, CerB, Oai,
Braa.
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THURSDAY:,
It is estimated that" thcW artrb1
ally In th!OTy '100,00(1;
.000 galloriHof distilled liquonr; 400,
0.00,000 gaUoiareirca 'liquor 2q)
otfo.ooo gdiaM..'VrfE oWoft
'gallont imported liquor. Thrwshnn--
axfn, kna any thouaaiiacB.tr en
Rtkcli in MBSfietttriii'"aBd ullfnir.
(tiHiiqi(csr,' m,w3iisk-
tWmTHBOO.WO utfWaBiffiWS
ooo ale ATism&WM; f -----
1 1 T ' l 'I I ti It'
y for ApriJf nonj'eJi'ltiliectiopf.,
Timothy IWcrfo&"StttomiYUl.
man of WaftiingoBA tiaj , ani'a Mm
per oi inn eamnet, reios a'rcarkblc
prediction 'made lby lrini; which 'tis
tincc been fulfilled. tMr. "Pickering
lived for a time u' Pcpnilvilihy nd
upon returning to MaiuacliugetU .waa
akcd-liow he lilted llife fo'riaer ''Stafe'.-
'Vtffy.inucjy,Th"& Mtd, "o far'att noil
and climato are concerned. Hut I 'ljajj
glad to get out of it. A' eitil -vrar 'with'
flie bnpth oneway U iuiVilajle,' and f '
dni not wifli to.; Icaveroy deseendinU
"no near the' borjlcriilno,!'
LETTER FROM 8PB INQFIELD. .
MlaKacIUMy;tUa4lar4 Ey Hun.
'' Th 37th OenwTAsVnib'ly.U'.iakcn'a
m-esnrntll thejh hyof'oTembc'r
Wben tomtot In th city of Chicago.
The Houso adjoufned; :tojly at.'nafl
o'clocJcJjnd ttp.SenaU at four o clock, a
commltiec appJftfrJ'.(o waitr un'.HU
cUoticy und'cflaJnJ.lf ho.'hvl'aiy'fdriliM
ifirnod with liulthfttfiaUo JkiffUiat l(lho
iwonbm of thS.Attetjibljf Ja5naoarc4,
thcmwjyea J'Htir Kite Uricrf. that
hCD!d itjertW, Ktc thaw, together;
-6""""." "f'Va-r yja 2..HR?JP9
terf." XhU mei(nnitact,tjiat thij icm-.
bly hi fajlwityrpaM aomo fclll'of och iniT,
portancc that' nttxtra)'iMion'. Will' fc1
called about thei''JthJday''fiMaT. The'
.or me peciu aauioa, aw waBU.iliir1.pf;
jtulnent domain,- State honw," and pnl
tonttartT Jit boforeMtio cloacof to-dava Maslon .
of th -6cna1jli!o'Gbvurnon isn't' In at
batch of nomttratlbnt Of commualonera-
and trustee ollb'-i, varibua charUabfo. and
educational ipilUuiiotn throughout the
State. Among them are the .Joint Com-
mluioaera of tho Southern. jTormal'jiuidr
Southern Insane, cooiUUng of Vr. Stur'gii'
of Fayette county, Mr. Palmer of Jacluon,
and 3Ir. "Wood (of "Wood & Boyle) of A1-.
esandcr. If the;e con mm its Ion cn
uccecd in wrotlng tbet two' Institution!
from lhi waya of extrayaganco'' and' cor
ruption in wiucn uiejoro now aupposed
to bava kcn run. thev. will earn an enri
able reputation, r.Tlie . jnanner. In nwbich
tbeio intttuitlons.havo Veen run hat .been
Tery uniatUfactoryjothe preieat.LogUla-
tWe, nd,'nb approprJiaU9n whaiavor could.
t .A a . . t S ..a . m a
avenean ouwinta ror,inern wnicn ;am
not couple .ifitbjt'tbo'ipUiUnB, oflho old;
commiuionerr.-' Much praiie It due to the'
Hon. 1T.W. WMof Vrnir t.r iU
. a 2r -!2 t -vi .- -15 JWKO, hounddry on, the wound, U.a
earnest and cfftetuaT efforts In '0btliHnBir.wTj..l - i vi. i
the appropriation fortbrSonthxmrlnnno
Asylum. It was almost tbe.-laat fibfll
passad in the House, and as it rcaulrcd u
"Krntpen'si'on iof the rules to havo4it. taken.j
up, iuo uursiooa very mucn in neeu or a
frleBdwhoj was on good term .with the
whole House, and it ver"y opportunely
foud such a ono in ,Mr. W.ebb ,
he agreement toj Isold the idiournea
cMloaln'Cliicjigo lias been the subject of
coosiqeTiie taiu. aomo roars or tbo pros
perity "of tlii moveinenthavo been enter-
iaincd, and indcod a little hesitation tn re
gardj fv to, legulity of the proceedings.
ULVUiAXMi ipgai iaient oiootn nouses,
and tho Govornor, agree that tbo place, of
'meeting Is entirely within Iho control of
the general assembly, or at least that,
having met at tho capital, they are permit
ted by the; 'constitution- to adjourn to
another place If both houses agree. Tho'
constitution savs (Art. III. Sec 101 :
jas'othcr llouse shall'WHh"duUh6 eonTeut
of the other, adjourn for more than two
days, o'r ,q ary other place than that in
wbicJi the two houses shall bo sitting.
Tho plan 'and necessary implication is
l ' ;.i--t2-.ti'.-!.sTfrw.: v-v '
inm oy a concurjcaqvuaojuiioo iuey ltiay;
djourn to suiMiitberp. hu excuse
fur using this power is that tho Stato does
not own, and' cnnnptitWdiiy proVaxroy 'Jny
room In whluh tlm Koii so of-iliepf sorit'a-
ve i can hnrfcafter assciiiblu, th6 church
now-ocyuijiwl being needed by tho society
wjucu,M('n ll. iliocoitio.tno ataie Jo,
been ncarlj tbli HnWUaDa'doliars
orbitant price xurely, but (inly EiQuat.tliT'
u'e'edpoftlxlns of Springlleld aro iiccualoju
'toia.m'tlifi Ydlffi2Ciaci.
go Ink nibinerit of genercsWyteitlaWdifie1
itkani
'bblfy'r,ft8prlnKBeld J,fsrr.7rMhln8to" PWf7Wo ome. '
. . . i.-irff-Ti-.ia . 111 ist. I.. ..ui.... ,. 1 -ifT'ln a. ...i la atTJiai a-raaai aaMsMsMSaEWrnVfr-li
CAIftO, ILLINOIS, AmU' 20,
tboio who livo upon th6NdapirolItanf, are'
JobbyiiU by.profiiioti WdiedudaUofi lt;
'li more than 'n'reBflblarihlitoodfll'Vei
Jultrom a tempdrarablcncer'oWHh,
or government.
ThecloairawiadBfJWenalo tay
w. one cT'MlSWifirtlon. 4 V&lfJ
tlqii complimentary itffOoTeenor Ppnght
;ertyf,.wai oflored.'nnd ' rna'rij -of' the" nfirhJ
ben, tnade laudatory rcmarkaln support
of )ty It waa failed nttn.t eon., and then
the Governor' ,nv4'.-. paUis'tto, speech, In,
whlcl) he very-highly complimented. thof
Ibembers. .
' Prayer w .oflEi iby. .t'hcrlte. Mr.
blnscn aad.lbe'Senale ad)ounq3;,, . Jtl .
.y. '
NOTES OF THE DAY'
, r.t .
Badly beaten Carpet. Juit now.
,: Sbcrt rn1iif&4Wie5 cn- o?fcbIWrVa 7in
A- oneleggecd, rope-dancer lewlMor
Toledo. . . i
JJaltlmore anmii'lly ihfpi '4&fl0b'$)0
cans ofoyflcrir.
Thojawnofdeath Spirtuarjnc(Bei
yew.Orleuni Timti.
Ah Indiana farmor thinka be cn mak
.rnolastca from pumpkim.
Tri"li1oa ntthiiin trlio.voni! ti'.lr'lni'Un
fn -i--- --t-,--f-.---- 1-.. . nv'
,1? . - ... .'-..! ti t".. . . I'' 'lllft .
ratori UyeriocetlyO
f 'eqventy-eight women in the United
platen aro ordained preacher.
TWo. ci-nTa'' ufpinFIeilled chdatZ-lor
Writer In (dmeortrTa jdraKdotowns7''w'
Indian, ut I'ucet. SoundtarcLeeaniine
to fnr civillzod-M WilfVuhibVclIasS M
"There are Uh than ono hundred profei
io'nal aburt-hand writer in France.
Queen Victoria bat mora Mohammedan
aubjccU thanTUe Safl'alir6KTurteyC '
A Tolodo mule chewed up an old man
,pr !ilv, and hat got his name in the
papers - S j m
r'Ono'nundred an'dfortvnimjSwwero
I piibllihcd UmycarJn ContaJUuopIe . .
r Mlchclcfil l&e y&iyeaTs Id, wf.ft '
'1..C..J'' . t. .i ...... .. i i. I
"tratingjeyef. fc ' A ' '
; f Aureus wunt tu Cincinnati lunt wcoa
Wridlook f 2,000 adaywhllelthenlicWrcir
rtcjtfid barely $200.
'"Ofook bricandj arc satiititd to retire
'froTOftHneaaonlfJOOOO." ''in'thlVcwuiv
.. .i . i il
rj wnuv Uiurc,
I6wi
Fow:peon havo tufficicnt wisdom to
prefer censure, which U useful to tlmru, to
praise, which deceives ihentf '
An Iowa farmer, delirious with fever,
jumped , down a thirty-foot well, climbed
ooj.and'spcedlly rocovcred.
Jfapoieon III is snid to have Lccomo
wliito-haired nU.Wilhclmshoho. Ho wjl)
.remain so till h(s dyeing day, .fioif"oiiiT.ic.
In ono of his lovo letters' Judgo' Cr It-'
lenden called Mrs. Fair lifs "Sun, air and
life."- Sho was also hts death'bv a -pistol
bullet . , r
The wan who atruck Billy Patterson, is,
unearthed. It wasOdichael Tbbnipsjn.''of !
San Francisco, and ho did U with a knife.
Thebrigahd business Is brightening up
u-nauiciiiia a.cny, ana tue summer sea-
aoa-promltes to witness some heavy tran
sactions. -oH I V . !?"!
:.V.t -f.
bee slings, etc., says a Mormon who has
tnea it. jf.UAH'- .'.2 tt
Tho Prussian Government lately tfave
t55ib6d"ti a Berlin cookvfor Vis secret, of
raakingpeas-pudrllng samago that.wiirnol,
'turn sour. , l '-
Twenty women domanded tbo right, to
vote JjSp Vollow Springs, .Ohio, at the
flection hist week ; but tho tyrant, man,
refused tbom tbo privjlogcr1' 13 t
' Tho Cbriitlnn young mcn.of San Fran-
Cisco no iongnrj.ay Psapj onainiiampgqi
letters, it got to, necorampntning, for
overybodyto.iniltjm' wlautj stumps, ,
Sound criticism this, from the Sh rove-
port Houthvesitrn ; "Wo often seolhg,'
expression 'per year7 It is not proper.
If tho Latin preposition per Is used, it
sh'ouldlbfe acc9mpanicd by tho Latin noun,
'annum. It would be just as correct a to
say 'by tF6 annum'. s to My 'par year,
'Those who hold thai, croquet' Is vicious'
leading to c leckii, frprn tljcp.tu haclir
gaimonani from .thenoo' to cHrds an.d
tigorlsh faro-iwJU rejoice tu knowimdur
the jieacLsf 'jrarhtogV' that'tV daughter
Maorjjlqldeti 'if Galesburg, 111., broke
Ear arm'-aAile playing .craiitet on Thurs
day last, belijg thrown tn'tM 'grbiind' by
cakchliighor;foo!i;. arch."
.. Jr' would linyo hu full well -.ffMrs.
Annie Brood of Norwick; Conn., wliodiM
the otburdav, had not lojt$:so.00o
mm
coino with
nt of tWimfy aY"dVv6li6n.J
ilkey ; for Ahby wasiao over.
hir wealth, tlint .hu.actualU
died of happ
.7 I.U
flail V tlS m .k,
1 ' sin i7ii it
waooj'oii
1 il ju tlf-
1 1
CURRENTJdCUU.Ln.. i
JJ3niSWHfwi -
...iiiaaaiii ... til. i . i.t. .
in mo onurcmo vourt. . ..i'
Iowa ha twenty-two counties that have,
'feoxofheen rnappsd, andhe'jreclsoio
,caUo'rv prpb) Wati-al..(r t S? 5 t
1871.
, . Jrofeisor K. A. Clark, of 'the "Missouri
Medical College, died very suddenly In
Purls,1 111., on .Saturday evening.
Three thousand coplos of Keavis1 "Fu-
Ltnro rcrnnt nltonD... Il'-.l.l I 1.,...- 1
I'-! Alll...! - .1 .... .Ll.l
ruirciiaMiu, mm ii.h mini Pcimon IS now to
ws printed
' Tho Rov. James Brantloy, of Saginaw
City, Mlchlgan,;droppcd desM In tho street
In J ow York city on Saturday last
Princbapolcon audi his wifoilWeiat
two different h'tnil iti'tlinvn.' 4l,i(U.V
.latlons aro said t3 be very Inharmonious.
Friptno tlmo past tbo Princess Clotildo
ts-even reported to have refused seeing
tt husisnd.
TrIdny Is an unlucky day for girls' semi-
narie.. A week ago on Friday the Ox
srd -Vdaiale Seminary was burned and
JajFxIdsy tho Female Sominorv of North
e,WiY,, was destroyed bynre
no McBrido, of Franklin, Pa., has
moverttl thirty-eight hundred dollars
fr6tn J. C. "Wagoner, tho man who prom
fsed tojnarry her, but didn't.
The Chicago Pott wants the Joint High
Commisilonformally invited to visit Chi
cago, ao thiitj Woy J30tturtttcr)hI
jiiinru. ucam in ueinc ignorance concitrn
Ing tbo progress and real spirit of the re
public. The Boulhern Coal Trade.
The New Orleans Timet turnlshes some
interesting facts respiting tho magnitude
of the conl trado on Westera rivers nnd its
advuntBges in competition with the hard
coal of tbo East. It savs :
UrTbe quantity of coal necessary to supply
IJhe principal deputs.bplow,.Cln haa;,tfeen
osuaiHieq m iuo.uw ousnois. week v. v z:
At Momphis,i il00,00ai at tbo imouthffef,
White river, 40,000; at:-IsTaoU''N61. 82,
35,000: at VicksburL'. 7t.D00! at Natheji'
.40,000 ;pt the mouth of Bed Ttlv6r,
36,000 ' at Baton Bougo, 33,000 f at
itayou arar35,ooo( and at NowiOrleans,
290,000. The'tucs brine down at a taw
,from, 40,000' up HP 3CW,000 bushels.
JTho annualNew Orlennl consumritlrin tr
"Western icoal ii estimated' aC lj.OOO.OOO
uctB. t-.jwirip vui lui.u roaeciion
fo.or that 'Sr 'wb.,were confined to
rivHiiiuv.lf llllllipit4Mll fH L LB tVlOT-
mous amoiffit,,'tbdfrclgllt, Which would be
riecossaryitfrmab& it rcni.rterHtive.tQ the.
boats, would larir'olr (ncrcasa thn emrih''
this city-is.) Irj:cly; Iniac't, t'ha'tiU.mTght
Be more cconomical.to, obtain. our. unollw
orh.rd .;oal fromPoonsylvania, by,aeai.
and ot bituminous. coal from 2sova Scotia
anu urjat iirnain. ltis not.a verj' long
tlm since the bulk, of tho cool consumed
In the city of evy iork .was from, those
Sources. Hint the i st hui nhtoln.il f..r
ita-coal
riroduc such 'a larg
rleatis roust bo utlribu
.t. ' ' .
2isV.O
urio market, in
butcd.lu trana-
boHa'Uvh lyin
is-
cBcnnou oy nats anu
....
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unrjef.
A Wonderful City la f.ondon.
' 'It is four times more populous than
Now York and St. Petersburg, twice as
populous, as Constantinople, has t no
thirds morn people in it than Paris, nnd
one-fourth moro than Pekln'. It contains
as 'many neople as Scotland, twice as
many as Denmark, and tbroo times tho
number of Greece. Evorv clirht minute.
ightand day, one person .lio; averv
nyo minutes ono is born. Eight hundred
thousand have beon added to the popula
tion aincn lfi.'.l. Onlv Imlf . milli.m
all this-population attend public worship,'
and thcro are a million of abseentees wbu.
ii incuneu to attend, would require tu huvo
09 lie v,- plnccs of worship built. 100,000
peoplo work" on Sundays ; tberoaro 140,000
habltnal'gin drinkers; 100,000 intoxicated
people every year taken off tho streets :
100,000 fallen women ', 10,000 professions!
gamblers; ,20,000 children, trained to
crime; 30,oah tuioves ana receivers of
stolen igooils. There are 10,000 public
houses and beer shops, frequented regu
larly by 500.000 persons. 'In eerv890of
the population ono it Insane. There 1
ono tmKcr lor every i,zoui persons; one
butcher fur' every 1,553; one grocer for
.every' l.'-'00.':and ono policeman for.overv
.008 inhabitants. On the other hand, out
of ,60,000 str set a rabsO.000 are axnoged
aidinnlt. fThnrn nrninil Ttll.lA unman .'IKft
.... . ...... w..,y, , . K" , J'y.
tcity mlisiona'rfe, and" 20,000 MpcM(ms. at
tending puoiic worsoip. in Uio thentres
every Sunday avuniog. Itdsu world in
Itself. "
THE KU-kLuX BILL.
Earnest I'roteat f, Itppabllran Jotir
nal Alliw( SU Oitiraff.
fllfAL.1. Tilt: NSSOHI) Kt'lT.rtSKKn
'1'IIIS aVASV
From (lie Chlcnjiol TribiitiP, 'April, 19.,
Popular governments cannot be, mnin--,
taincu i.y tue sworu. insurrections robel-
-lions,-dtaordeni, and porsonalvlolations of
.Jaw may bo suppressed by the vigorous'
application di niintury lorci,- but tho roal
strength Vnd. defense of pointier govern
ments U.thlaw'whlchlseiiforcod by pop
ular sentiment. Tho very theory nnon
which frco oovornmonts rest.i, that thev
,oxui uy um coniciu ui mo goyqruca.
Tho American people, in forming thoir
gov'ernnicnti substituted popular tupre-
entatloii and the right, undor certain, re
strictions, to change tho constitution nt
thoir, pleasure, In tho place of forcible revolution-;
but- nowhero havo. they ever
abandoned tie prinejplo ttial tho. goyetti.
tuont U ono cfluvf. and that forco waaonlv
to bo used I'I aid of law. to execute it. no't
to duslroy itj When the tlmo shell eomu
that agovprnuitn pf.la'w shall be dona i
'away with: when a Brlgmlier fleneral
i.ll.njunti"a as tnp raqKor of. law, ud
hTs'Otinrtornllistfir. PaViimstHr. unit fi.ii
mtwlryl4?il became tho Hiipfeuiujudicju? i
nU Captn'lnn' shall x "tixero'iso? tha i
ri' in imnn rtinta: iinri i .iiinnnu Tini.wa t
iOi".ctW of civil ofllcers, fYnd,
LabtetAiaaff at Aflfl 1 Art1ri Fas Tal I
- iustic
,M ,..ih
i. . ..:.i . . t.
iivn ciwed,' and Iho . dup0lt(iii
ha bayonet crocWdUn tu Jiluue;..: it , t
i,:-Lr
lhat'lt U necessary to set tsldo the cnnsU-1
ONLY
tutlen and the .latuto book, the oxcCUtlvd,
ju.iitmi, mm municipal onicors ortho poo
plo, and to provide that tbo President, at
any moment, upon his own motion, and at
ha own discretion, may enter hnv
State, declare r-rnrtlnl livw, suspend
civil authority,, atid. nui1o n military
commander solo arbiter in all matters
of life, property, nnd liberty? Has popu
lar government so far provod a f.illure
that, In the' moit jirofonnu uave, when
thoro is not In-all tho broad Innd an or
canized forco onnosli.f tho Vi-iilprni t.i
rqwtlonlng federal authority, the ConI
ris-M;i mo unttcu states shoulu provide
for a military desnoltsm 16 take tho nlnen
of tho government chosen bv tho popular
will and Misting by tlio popular corisonl ?
"What isthero in tho condition of the State
of Illinois which justifies tho suspicion of
sucn inwiernoie nnarciiy, and warrants
tho substitution of armed force fo tho
civil law 7 Yet-both houses of Concress
havo passed Ju such a til J," and aroonlvci-
vided n to some rr liio- dcldllc ' Hnth"
bounei havo nerr.eil to nlaco in thn hnmli
of the President this unesnnipled power,
.. i,ii.. ...... i... ;..j..i!..n j
wimiiij uirwni inu.-l liy lliu I'UUSlllUUOn,
andonly defl'nsibloupon tho ploathutfrco
government Is a fullurc, thai popular in
telligence hns been perverted and that to
the army Is to ,bo comii.ittcd tho tusk of
averting general nnarchy. Against this
gravo usiutnptlon wd protest; nnd wo
trunt.tliitt. upon the rc-nscnibllni of Con-
are&vin Uccombcr. this law. so twecnlm?
In'ltV a'ss'uuiptroiis, and so ilangerouj as a
precedent, may bo repealed by iv uruitii
mous vote, and that mennwhilo the dan
gerous powera Il.-scks.to confer n-vny not
be exercised.
How to Keep Huttrr Htvtet.
It is tlio.CHsfot thing in tho world. Sim-
y put in dlcan lirs, and cover over with
rine. iins will keen puro butter n'vtsr.
frelh and sweet, as wo know bv experience.
It is almost equally good put in onk casko,
iionucii tigut. iiu is cquivalHiit to cun
ning fruit. The brine in case of Jurs, ncle
as.a beading. keeping tbo nir out Hut
butter sbuii.il .ha. .uiudo- wulLf. uu- have
naxor experimented on poor.buttor. ."Work
oiu me uuiiorraiiK tin you have only pure
"lead,'' clear as rainwater, but do not
work-so much as to break" tho grain, In
wmen ease you nuven lough, heavy articlu
In winter, and groaso in summer.- Such
batter we iidvlsu no one to try (o preserve.
" ATTORNEYS.
AI4.E.W, .WAKEY
AIEEEAEIt.
ATTOILVETS k COUXSELLOItS
LAW.
AT
.nu lu.-yOaSS,:. sjairo, ir.
1 Kaaauol l."WSirclcr)
William. j.-aiii, v
l'rtlcuWr atipntlon nnlfl tnrlvpranil arlmlrnllv
biulncsa.
,4fll.a Koflma 7 A. N lVlnlcr'a tllork.
. -vj . v m-iwm
' va-.c.i re usiiisntts
i AlTtrKXEYS.ASfJl COLSSELLOUN AT
LAW.
William ll. nrttn, )
nllliam II. SJMIicrl, r S'AIKO, H.I..
mit r. SJIIlirrt, J
Bprpikl ttntion i'm ic A.imiraltynd bifam-
IllU-e on Ohio Levee. Itnnine 7 and
over City Nalioiml Itnnu.
GROCERS.
JL HMYTIT V CO..
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
OAJCXIO, JCXaXaXJJ-QXia.
Also. kNi constactly on hand a uno.l com
. ;)!. stock, ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira Sherry, Catabaw
A7Vr 1 1ST E S-
w liPii exeiuairely for caah, tn anloh Ip1 we
mnla tho attciitiou of cloie bariptln buyers
ppcial attenUon eirrn to rl'llnj; onlcra.
IK WI&LIA.UMI.V,
GROCER
EMi-OIJIJCiS
con MISSION MEKOHANT
Xo. f(l Ohio Lovco,
CAIRO, ILL.
HpoelHl Kttfndnii K'VCH So Cotlkluu
ui.it ami FIUIiir iriiera
W. Stiatinn.
T. Iltrd.
gTISATTOX Av il,
i drrvsaanri lofilrallon. Itiidwn A Clark.l
CIROCERS
COMMISSION MERCnAHTS.
07 omo Xjtrssau
CAIRO. ILL.
Aa'U, "I Aliiertt-uti I'omUr lfo..,til
Slnl.iiranllirxra SiccntM liir Ootloti l ain
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W' ,
E1II.EK.4, ',
liSKUIOvnn,,;
,1,,Bla'.a'ia,'iHi,Maiif tit nrtr;
oUaw m''i")?'
r uifte
I'utronage Solicited.
DAILi PAPEH IN EGYPT.
JE,ll. enteimmii.se.
$100,000
GIFT FJEtHTfVAT
m
OMAHA, NEBRASKA,
Jlny a.ltli, 1K71. '
IN A1JI OP A PUBLIC IilBHAItV
TIcktii'l'Mii tlottara rnch-lHslvea Una
llolUr Kuril.
Tli,' trpfi will UvdotiVjci.a In a prr
civ ,mi.if miinnnr in ti.ntofiti Hie (iran J
(.! (jjfr'rr-iirslio .Men-andl Llbrjrr Assoola.
t.id. 0. 0 I r, iw.cn. wliii-li et,e. m h .uili.i...
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Which Will liliitnbntMl hv vluiiwo Kntoi g tl
lickp( holders, by ,llio Jlutn.-u ,.d An.)i"iatltin nf
Omahn.
IturJtcsen 51 II. llnwk, I', ti. JUfliAl' i,ffui,
Omnh; nl(ir Zbri-ki, Uio Tnipn I'lHfic Kail.
ro.-vl vffli'K. Oiuah.il J. Tiunvr, iwputr I'. H. Mar
hl, Ointhn; J. Dojlc. IlontofH. c, (Inntm.
ioo'l ri-iiKinnltl?jnl nant-.l. I.ll"."iul o(.ni
nil'lunnlldKCil. Ad'lrf",
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Onmh i. 'r.ku
fjlAXNOTJCi:.
Notlcfl- h"rliy jjlvf.i to the fo lmrins named
potsona and all cihrrn nnrriti, vlj i An.oi
lilili. MaldffV l-elr or llii-lr ivtrex-ntallm.
John Schroder' l.plr rr thrir rejiron-ntnlltn.,
a.idSH.n.iel llnllldav. Hint Chulr r'ntrpni rlmul
a juitllc k ilo(liinili iit.,1 lonn andely lots for (he
tflxp.intr.t nd cin d.ill.Jrin nf IhrHtntp
nf. Illinois iii.dCoui.tr of AlfXiinlen Icrm.l, a
MseJ and ls.tod for thi v.irA. TI. 1f.!iAMt tl.o
court homo, in ihi ity of Cairn ti'.ud Cotin v
nun r-a.t.,on urn miu. imy ci jun, a. i.. ibw,
nt.reUn.pil Uir' Cdlowlnu ilH'tit.Hd'trai.tir inr.
rrlof Innd sit.ialu in Mid rounly torllie .u.n
M l epioito s lid tracts or parcU t.f l.irtd rcp.t.
iveiy. inr mi irt orparo... hi inu navin
brtn miCi-irJ, taxnl and .1 -1 In tl.n nino. of II. h
iipron a. fft InrtH In tha lie'. l.lnw vrwdins
moaMcripuou qi aiu wocii nci .Arucuui lautlt,
via
I Am't
..old fur
Cts.
Doll.
I
no. Acn
I
I i'i l r;
i I ! i
1 'It.inK.
I-
TTTT7
Townahip-
w . .
. O O 'J O
.Ssctlon.
I ! I I 1 I
ee i
r
,1'art of Septlon
.c"5.
' In nho
names. irMod.
That (he lat eral cprtidcalei of purcluso for aald
Undsharo brtn duly aatlgnod hy raid Charlp
rurrepi, niiLii if cr, in m uio umlor.iana.l, and
thai thn tilllH for till) riufumnflnn nr
from Mid salo will pxniro on and with lh 23lh
day ol July, k. D. 1871. C. WINSTON,
Aasigneeni Uharlei Forreit.
Clrn. llllnol'. Anril. 17. 17I. nprlSil.it
T
AX NOTICE.
Notlcols horehy iriTintoihe followlni: namp.l
rerannt, acd all others Interested, vii.: Wm. II.
IliaseU'a otalo or lis reprrsentatire. Toir a
raraonand Malhers' helra, or their rrnrenta
tlvc, that Chart'a Korret did at a pulillu rain of
landtaud lown and city lotn, for (ho tax. Inter,
est nndco.ud.ie iheron lo the 8uU of Illmoi.
and Cull nty ol Alpxnnder. lerl' d.a.seur I and (ax
ed lorltio yp.n . l,). ISdS.hPlI at the court houJint.
thoci.y of CUro, inmd County nnd Ht-ito. onlh
Iwriitjaalxth (2iU.) dar of Jul), A. I). 1M9, p.ir
cIihshiI tho r lowii,K de.iirilwl tracts or pa.crli
l lamlaltnated innld County, for the aunts aet
nppo.Kn lo nald inwts or parooU of land rts
iwvllTPly. Til" said lr.iols or parcels of land
I.SV.tlir twena.H.PSSP.1. (limit un.i In th n.mn.
of (he DPrtX.S US met fmt.1 in ih. Ii.r 1...
prnrdlns (lie deacriplloti of said Iraen and par
cclaof lunt, v(z,:
f Am't
oid for
I C(s.
ssstisas
S3f2
Iols.
iMiiii
...ii
No. Acre"..,
jltings...
1 1 . i . 1 1
s a a a a
J'lV ns
-
1 i!
I t I
hip..
cicct.on,
i i i i : i i
"Sjlfiftflii
s i it i
'P.iK hfsootlun.
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S II I I
. 1 6 6 E ft t
In ivhueu
llunie.uatMd.
5-i t C 5 C
Ala . tl.iu tllV, i.FvrM ceitincstroriu'rcl.aae tor
aid Hilda Inn o vin duly uHnod by Void C.rtr ei
Korr.;st li. i.. 11.4 )m.. r.itiwd, ,i,d in,t "1"
tlmo for tho re.f.;mt.li..i) of ,,! lus f.oni .a Id
uWl.Vlfn" w.tU.tl., Wh.layorjuly
A. l..14 7 . .0. WINSTON,
, . ' , 1 Asalirnw nl CliarUa f r.st.
Cnlio. Illinois Api.lTi tK7t. 1 apiWaf
HANDBILLS.
C'RCULAaS
. jAaJrllk
I-20AI. AND C'UXUUtClAI.-JOB
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