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BIIITOff AXD SB.
Tho Washington corrojionilent of the
Chicago Times, m a illnntch ilatcd July
27, aya that "when Messrs. Spinner and
Brlitow quarreled, It win on account or
the pugnacious Spinner wanting to have
hit own way In ndmlsti ring the aflnlrs
of hl ofllce. Secretary BrUtow declined
to indulge hint, and tie finally was thrust
aside. Now comes John H. New, the
new treasurer, and he threatens to have
either his own way or to resign ; and
thedlflcrcncelstlmtMr. Drlstow, while
declining to give up to Spinner, urn
elously yields to the Inilinapolls hanker.
It appfars that Mr. BrUtow litis lcen
making appointments In the
treasurers olllco without con
sulting Us head, and likewise on his own
authority making dismissals. Mr. New
tood It as long as he could. A day or
two ago, however, he determined to stop
It or throw up his ofllce. Ho went to
we BrUtow, who began to reason with
him as to the wisdom of the course that
had been pursued. The plain-spoken
treasurer failed to discern the force of the
secretary's logic, and, with much ft cling,
told him that henceforward he must
have the entire control of the appoint-'
uents In his ofllce, or that the treasurer-
ehlp would be vacated at mice. The re
sult of the Interview was that Mr. New
retired the victor."
WHO MIIAI.L HE UOVl'.KKOtt 7
"John- Abbott," of Naples, Illinois,
writing to the State llegister to ask its
"views with reference to the election of
another Governor In the year 1S7C," pro
ceeds to give lils own views. "Judge
Ulgbec," he says, "Is a worthy and lit
ting gentleman for that august position ;
also ex-Governor John M. Palmer, who
has been weighed In the scales of Justice
and not found wanting. He, hero-like
and tru to his patriot nature, and his
distinguished position, defended the con
stitutional rights of our people nud State,
notwithstanding the miserable, wretched
and sycophantic bowlings of the hireling
and venal press. It would bo but com
mon justice to that patriot gentle
man to re-elect him governor. It is my
opinion such an a;t will be agreeable to
"John Abbott" docs not admire Hon.
John M. L'almcr more than we do. His
U one of the great minds of the nation'
and we believe him to Ijc pure-minded
and clean-handed. No other person com
prehends more clearly than he the true
character of our political Institution and
tlie necessities of the people of each
section and of the whole
nation. One of the most
able of lawyers, with Jut enough of the
conservatism of the profession to hold
lilin OUt Of the Cllrt-nnl nf -'Miitlmi.irv
ideas, he is still so much of a sratoinan
that he moves with event. As the nntl
Hadlcal candidate tor Governor he would
receive our hearty support, but wo do
not believe he could be induced to enter
the canvass of next year as a candidate
for the gubernatorial chiilr. JIo Is well
aware of the fact, that the political situa
tion in Illinois is "peculiar," and that It
ii jut possible he may not be the man
who can unite nil the elements of opposi
tion to itadicalsm. It h true he has been
to the Independent Reformers a leader,
has been on the most Intimate terms of
friendship with the Democrat mid has a
large following of Liberals; but the In
dependent llclorm people, being new In
politics politicians in fchort clothes not
yet grown beyond the years of baubles,
tiweetmeats and nlcklcs may have to
lie coaxed to keep them from pouting
and going over to our Radical neighbor
for sympathy. It may be necessary to
give them the gubernatorial nomination
and they may not accept Mr. Palmer.
If they won't, he cannot hope to step
into the shoes he Ictt to be occupied
by Mr. Ucveridge. and he must wait. It
Is a probability that the Independent
lteformers will nominate for Governor
one of the gentlemen who manage them
with so much skill, most of whom nre
gentlemen who will be unobjectionable
to the Democrats of the State.
Lucky the family who knew Grant be
lore the people made him President, and
twice lucky if any one of them ever did
him a large or small favor. One of the
President's special favorites now is Mr.
A. It. Stclnbcrger, whose elder brother
many years ago made himself useful to
Grant when he was called Captain and
was on duty in the United States ser
vice In Oregon. The crumbs of bread
thrown upon the water.thcnhuvo returned
in the shape of very large loans, and have
floated directly into the hands of Mr. A
B. Stclnbcrger. The history of Grant's
Sautoan job and Stelnbcrger's connection
with It, In tolerably good reading.
Tho Samoan group of Island?, nine of
them Inhabited, lie in tho South Paellle
ocean. They contain less than forty
thousand native population, and about
Ave hundred Europeans and Americans
are engaged In trade In the principal
parte. The soil of thcee Island j is rich
and the climute delightful. The uatlves
were converted to Christianity about the
ytar 1830, and have since shown no dis
position to return to tbclr barbarous cus
tom of each other.
la the vew 1863, 0 San FraucUco linn
made an attempt to j)en ,,p thc trade of
mtonarattaepr ucipau T)l(! cflort WM
purchased three hundred thousand acres
of land in thc Islands together with u,
harbor of Pango Pango and the exciui
use of Its waters, except by the native,
This property was the basis for the form'.
fttlon of tho Samaon Commercial ami
rAiMnaMii .! 4 . 41... I"k . t
tjmuu ,vuhiuj , aim w uiu 1 fChlUeilt Of
mis company auu tne United State
Jointly, the two kings aud all the high
cWeft of tho Island ceded their sover-
elgiity hi the prccnee of the BrltUH and
The failure of the steamship
Hue tuiucii tins company to forego
active operation?, and In 1871 the natives
petitioned the United States government
for protection. The government took no
notice of the petitions, but In 1873 the
administration cent Col. Stclnbcrger, at
an expense of over thirty thousand dol
lars, ns a special commissioner to the Is
land?. Here Stclubergcr stayed three
months, leisurely taking In tho situation
and counting the natives. On his return,
he made an elaborate report to the State
department, after which he was ocnt by
the administration on a "special mission'
ill that is known of the nature of this
special mission Is that he used his letters
and credentials to obtain European can
Ual with which to organize a speculation
In the purchase ol laud and to form trad
lug establishments In Samoa. Having
persuaded a sufllclent number of capital
Ists that there were "millions In it," lie
returned to Washington, and the llov
eminent promptly lit ted him out for his
second vUlt to his swarthy friends In the
far South Paellle. The navv furnished
the steamer Tuscaroia, a battery of artll
lery. a corps of engineers, and stacks of
small iiniH, everything, in fact,
tnal m wanted, ami lie was
prepared in every rcsiwcl to
demonstrate to his subject m that he
bore with lilin the power of the United
St'ltrs Government, in
nddltiou to his
divine right to monarchical functions by
virtue of hi? superior smartness. Under
the guns or his man-of-war the uaked
barbariam proclaimed him perpetual
prime minister, with the right to change
ills King every four years, or oftener If
he thought proper.
I he American residents of the Island.
look on this proceeding ns a farcical out
rage, and have already protested against
It in a petition which Is now on Its wav
to this country. Stcluberircr delred
partnership, when accused of It, with the
Polynesian laud company, nud said hi
firm might be called Grant, Habcock
Stclnbcrger, a statement which Is evident
ly more truthful than partial. The allair
appears to bo a reiictltlon of the San Do
mingojob, with the difference, tb it In
that, Grant gave Congress an opportu
nity to express Itself, and In this of Sa
moa, nas cousuiteu uotiiiug nut his own
PAMt'N.-FAII.ITIli: or ir.c.vx
Kiii:u.nAX v co.
The nows of thc failure of the firm of
Duncan, Sherman & Co., ofXew York
created a profound sensation throughout
tilts Last and est, and In England. It
was one ol the great firms, and no suspi
clon of Its weakness had licen entertained
by the public. Its liabilities will. It i
said, amount to six million- of dollars.
Thc financial panics of the past have
all been ushered In by just ueli failures
as this, and its effect will therefore be
watched with great intere-t.
Ill 1792 n 1.-iiiI( (ii-cllrivi! In Kiirl.iiw).
wit- cuiiiinejieeiiicm oi wmei wa me
failure, on the loth of I-'ebrtiary, of a
house of considerable magnitude. On
the l.'Uh, (he Hank of England refused
the paper of Lane it Co., who stopped
next morning with liabilities to the
amount ol nearly five million dollars.
'In the meantime," says 11. II. Patterson
In Keoiomy of Capital, "the panic spread
to the banker?. The runs commenced on
the banks ol Newcastle, which were per
fectly solvent, but which, In consequence
of the run upon them, were obliged to
stop payment. The panic Immediately
spread throughout the country." The
distress was great. There wns a total
collapse of credit.
In 1797 occurred another panic hi Eng
land, it began in December at Newcas
tle, and spread like wlldtlru throughout
In 1823 n most destructive llnanclal
storm burst upon England. In February
the King congratulated his people upon
their prosperity, and a member of the
King's Council boasted that "the country
was reaping In honor and repose all that
had been sown hi courngc, constancy
and wisdom." On 2!)th November two
great banking estallshments in the conn-
try failed, "and," says the writer of
Finances.' JKinien ami fjeeie-J'ntmeul3t
"by the lid ol December (Saturday) the
panic had fairly .set In and all London was
thrown Into the most violent alarm and
consternation. Sunday Intervened, and
hopes were entertained that on Monday n
better feeling would prevail, but Monday
came without abatement or the ter
rors o Saturday. mjic ex
citement was wilder than ever, and
under its Inllucncu the great city lion
orsir Peter Polo ,t Co. Mopped. The
announcement of this fact was follow til
by n run on all the London hanks, and
several gave way. The Bank of England
was Itself upon the verge of sui-nenslon
for at the end of thu. week that Is, on the
10th of December the bullion in Its
yaults was reduced to ten millions, with a
continuing demand. During Monday
ami 'Jucsilay of that memorable and
iiio.-t disastrous week (as was afterward
said in thu House of Commons), it wa
Impossible to convert into money to any
extent tue nest Fceurltie or the govern
........ L .1 I 1 . , i ...
uit-m. rcaies eouiti not DC IlliUlo of JJ.V
chequer bills, nor or Wank or Ea.it India
Stock, nor or the public funds: men
would not part with ready money upon
uny terms nor tor tiny s.eciintv. Before
the crisis ended, sixty-three country
banks tuspended, and many mercantile
houses or entire solvency succumbed to
Panics occurred ugalu In 18110, lSSH'and
In 1857 ;i great crisis occurred In
America and rolled item-- tho Atlantic
to England. "The Liverpool Borough
Bank, closely connected with the Ameri
can trade, stopped payment. Dcnnlson
& Co., likewise clo-ely connected with
the American trade, had iiUo to Mi-pcud,
with liabilities to tho ainotiut itf 13.-
jOl." 'i'10 cr,s spread to Londoii.
On Wednesday, October 11th, the great
discount house or Sandcron it Co. w us
fotcwl to su.pqna, with liubllltie - to the
amount of more than twenty-six mil
lion dollars. The greal American
firm of Peabody & Co. was In danger.
In 1Mitl n great convulsion occurred.
On the nftcrnoon ol Thursday, May
10th," say a writer on this panic, "the
terrible news spread through London,
that the great establishment of Ovei
send, Gurney & Co. had stoii-
ped payment with liabilities
exceeding ,C 10,000,000. It was the
most stupendous failure that ever took
place in the city. The nows wa spread
idler banking hours, but every one could
foresee, what the efl'ects would bo next
morning. Tho Chancellor of the Excheq
uer said the next evening In the House or
Commons that the excitement was with
out a parallel." Another writer ays:
"The 11th ol May will be long remem
bered in London: It was a day of distress
and terror, and seemed to be the signal
or general ruin. No one wa sure of any
one, not even himself, the moment it be
come known the great liotio had cloed
It doors. It was bv hundreds of millions
that .the engagements of that gigantic
firm, whoe fall made the very gioitud
tremble, were counted."
The dia-)tcr tliat resulted hi our own
country from the fall of (be house of .lay
Cooke & Co., In lf7'l, is fresh In the recol
lection of our readers.
What Is to eomc of the recent failure.??
In England failures within the last six
weeks have aggregated one hundred
twenty-seven millions of dollars, and now
we have Duncan, Sherman & Co. with ex
tensive I'uglMi connections. lien the
first of the EuglMi failures of the past
six weeks occurred, the London Times
predicted that there would be re-experienced
by the business world the disas
ters that followed upon the fall
ure of Over-end, Gurney & Co. In 1S00,
but no panic resulted. I be Tttnta was
mistaken. No one, therefore, can predict
the result of the recent failure : but It
in order to inquire :
is it the forerunner
ot another panic?
lilt. TII.lYDIl .IN .1 POKT.
We suspected a vein of poetry In
Hev. Dr. Thayer, but were always
laughed at by the proanlcal people or
Cairo when we ventured to suggest the
existence ot even a Tew spark or the
celestial lire In his cottiposhiou. Hut v
were right, and the prosaieal people or
our city w ere wrong, as every person
who will read the subjoined really poeti
cal Hues will readily aver. The Doctor
availed lilniH-H'of an opportunity he had
on Sunday night, lSth July, to visit the
residence of Mr. U. V. Coddlngton, of
Vlncciiucs, and see his Nlght-Bloomiug
Ccretis in full bloom. In the following
Hues, written somewhat in the Whitman
style, the Doctor gave cxpres-inu to his
impressions of thu scenes of that occa
sion. We have no Invitation in pronounc
ing tne poem rcaiiy neaiitiiui, ami re
freshingly original In manner and mat
ter: Tin: Mdiir-jiLooMixc, ci:it i:rs.
1'h ih Hie Siiblutli'd liullou'til evr.
(.'unt.' Hj Uiu eimum.,.' rt-rWiJfttm tluu'it fl"'
Cool lWy tlie soil nlj?lil wind .
Jirljjlitly ulcniR the suure dome kIviiikuI ll.i-
1.0 w III the lieiivt-nn, routi'li'il lu it-i full, lump
Hit- Imru-t inonii.
Am mv:i count film-, Hit- xKVt-nlli month lml
Ulail suiHon of tituU uml liluomln Huwcii
AtM!lclinilioiirl oppuilutiv for nature tu tuk
from licr lioutttuil n-ori-tn ii woiuli-r imil
show It unto mail.
Twiih cm this wlic: In tilt! hiucioii itnlnii of
nntuic there crow n plant cuiiom to the
Tin elaucd In orilrrof tlie Kulleit ( uclm.
ConvulwH In I'uriu, mid (fimrtlejbj It- watchful
owner with nxcettllnt: fare.
Iitl when tlie "lln(?eroti thetllal-pliitfOl'tlMie"
shoned n year one by, then from thi
StraiiRvly coufurined, there kn-iinjrii ilower-a
1,'uceii iitnonj! her hltcn: Nijilit-ltloomlni:
I'loin the fluie of mien ilai It ei ermine hides
Its dellt'ate hi-atltle-.
Only In the stillness, deep darkness and Huleuin
liuiliof thenilcnt night tloth It bloom.
1U marvelous Ik-mi ly.lt foliU .-courtly, Innnnei
While weary nuntlis wear by.
Then on man's astoulahed i Islon enchiintm
splendoM burst In one slioithom.
lioe uulnsphed pen can 1k wondei tell?
Such sputles iiireuessl
.Such uliibaiter whitened, ilvullnx the drifted
biiow llule !
Of the M'a-glri Isles 'tis n Ulv Swtfl seen-
Open at vif ulng time, unit t'oMlnir i-ir the morn"
Petals, pcaily white.
Ciity.v, Koltlen yellow. Staituuj, leathery, mid
Leaves multiform nud waxui.
Kilstince, brief, and benuty untliullcd.
Never was Solomon arrayed like one of these
Of tlie wisdom of a wonder-woiMiitf liod It
Ofltio Almli'hty'n power It was a mute but
I'raises unto Clod for the boon of llowcn.
Ornaments that deck mid beautify the pathways
"From natiueuplo nature's God" the Nlght
illoomtui; Cercus leadeth Hie thoushtful
ViNt'KXNka, .Inly tt'th, is;:,.
fii-.vmui. Lr.wis H. .Mr.iutiM., the Mun
chausen commander who raided and lied
in Louisiana last year, was coinplimetcd
uy a serenade at ht. Louis on Tuesday
uigni. uencrai htnrgls, who soldiered
with Merrill when lie was a better mint
than he now is, was the screuadcr the
man who paid the brass hand.
.Skciikt.uiy Bitibiow has appointed
.Tames flllfullun, an old-time employe of
the Treasury department, Chief Cleric, In
place of thu indicted Avery, who says lie
is innocent hut too modest to hold on to
the olllco after being charged with bri
bery and other small lladleiil crimes.
Mas. II. Comvkm., ot Peoria, was
found dead In n cistern full of water on
the morning or. I iily i!7. She hud suicid
ed by drowning, being driven thereto by
family troubles, unfortunate lliinuelal
dllllculties and a dissolute husbaml.
Ni:xt .Monday tell- the tale in Ken
tucky. The .State election comes oil on
Mou.m Vnnxo.v hopes to get the new
feeble minded Institution. It should do
so, for it will soon lose the old one it
now boasts. The consolidation of the
upreme court will send the old one to
run Centennial Hoard of Finance an
nounce by telegraph that another million
of dollars Is necessary to be im-il for
building purposes alone In the ln-t four
months of this year.
Asiaiiu cholera has appeared tit St.
Louis. John ICupferlc, proprietor of the
largest brass foundry In the West, and a
very wealthy cltlen. died ol the d!eae
Ex-GovmiNott Hiuixn will lead the
Democrats of Pennsylvania this fall, and
probably be elected to the ofllce llart
ranft now occupies.
Dki.ano'm days In the cabinet tire
about numbered. Prof. .Marsh's blow-
will yet prove fatal, mid compel lilm t
step down and out.
.Wit-?. Ci:m. Kiiu.t-.Kiii, woniau sitf-
I'rage agitator, died at Syracuse, New
York, u few days ago, aged lorty-ciglit
Fn tv mills have been closed at Aslt-
ton, Kuglaml, ami s.uou operative- naw
bcen throwr nut of employment.
Tiikiii: wll be a Hard .Money Conven
tion held at Cincinnati, on the 25th of
Tin: rains have delayed the ham-Is In
Iowa, and tone much damage to grain.
Vli ill lle-ti llliii ill it lire nt Storm In
Km IlieCiintl. M-iicvn Wi-feUt-ti.
On .lull 7th, ft terrible storm hrohe
upon (JetuVa, Hwlterlttnd. At about S
o clock In he evening u few heavy dropi
ot rain begin to fall, and at the same
time the vlioleelrciiiiilerenceofthe hori
zon begauto be fitfully illuiiilnated by
llashe- ol .sheet llghtn'iiig, but there was
no tliuiulir. Once only during the en
tire night .vas thei-e one terrible clap of
thunder, aid that was when the siortn
was just o'er. The lightning gradually
Increased n Intensity, and became, in
deed, uctuiily and without exaggeration,
continuous The entire atmosphere
secnied to le an element of llamc, and all
this time here was not tlie -li.ulusf
movement if air in the streets.
At abotitll o'clock small objects lying
on roofs ol houses w ere caught up and
whirled aniind as by a cycloue.still there
was no mo'cment of air in the street lie
low. At nldnlght the tempest cairn
mainly Iron the dura range and from the
southwest traveling in that direction to
ward tlie :isiii ol Lake Lemon. A-it
neaicd tin lake, it seemed to spread out
into a fat-hke form, with a front sut
lieiently vide to embrace theeiitire city.
It did nothi-t miicli longer than ten min
utes. At tie end of It Geneva was wreck
ed, ns no army ol be-leger could have
wrceketl it ill flic same spaeti ot me.
The storm (aim' '" the shape ot an al-mo-t
coii'i""-'mas. A sheet of lee was
driicii horizontally bet'oro thu tcinpest
blast. In to nr-t ln-uuit -very ?nt
litu'iii in me streets, save here and there
one spared by reason of some protecting
roof, "lis ntiiii-iiuii it, aioin-5 siuu cauii
tfullietl, but the city was not in dark-nc-s,
for lltu masses of coagulated ball
reflected the blue light of the lightning
in a ghastly mid ominous manner. The
windows ot manufactories and residences
were forced from their fastenings, be
sides having till tlie glas- shivered, and
bed-rooms and staircases and saloons
were thus thrown open to thu storm, and
in a minute li ilf tilled with ma-ses ot Ice
far beyond the immediate power of tlie
Inhabitants to remove, for the
storm was marked by tho pecu
liarity that the hailstones or ice frag
ments compacted themselves Into a solid
mass as soon a- thev fell. On the slope
of thu leltbank of the river, as well :ti in
the suburbs ot thu city, the tllesol many
nouses were au-oiiiieiy oi-ueu 10 powder.
Stout partition- ot wooden planks w ere
picrccti oy notes, stien in niigiit nave Ueen
made by a nitisket ball. Three persons
were killed by the fall of a farm hoti-e in
the immediate vicinity of tlie city. Vast
quantities of small birds have been picked
up, killed by the storm, and the bodies
oi several foxes have been found.
Genevu Is surrounded by pleasure gar
dens and vineyard- ami market gardens,
and these have been destroyed as if a
charge of cavalry had passed over them,
involving the ruinauddespalroftlio poor
ami industrious peasants whose all is now
taken from them a- effectually as It it had
been sunk to the bottom of tlie sea.
Tlie IlMiii;t-i-t,i inreclliin.
Ilathern good story is told of the pre.
cut Duku of Wt-llliigion, mi excellent
man. but who would nuvcr have won tho
btittlo of Waterloo. A relative of Id-, a
witty lady well known in society, having
had scarlatina, wrote to tiie Duke slx
wecks after her coiivnlcccneo to an
nounce her recovery. His Uraee re
plied by :i furioii-, epistle, asking how
she dared run tlie risk of Introducing In
fection into Ap-lev House by ti-lng a
sheet of presumably Infected note paper.
An abject expression of regret at her In
dUcretion was at once scut bv the ladv,
together with a honeyed request that Urn
Duku would causo nil the whitlow.-, of
ills home to ho nt once permanently
closed, a-, she (tho ladv) was going to
drive about London, ahd might watt in
rcction through the park or the strict, to
tho Ducal residence. Lady D n Is
thought to have had the bust ol It.
BY vlrti.e of an exeeullon to me dlni:ted by
the tluk of llieelrrult eouit of LTnlon
count) , in Uiu State of Illinois, lu favor ot Wil
liam Ml,et nnd airalnt William .M.
Ilrovrn, Implcailed with I,:uken llolen,
1 hale levietl upon the lollowinR tlf
bfiilittl pioperly. In the county of .le.aiider
und Slute ul Illinois, to-wlt! The couthweet
iuui let- of the, northwett tiuaiterof teetlon si v
(), lu township sivteen (lei south, nnd In nuige
oni (1) vim of the third principal meridian, In
the ftiiiiity of Alexander antl statu of Illinois, us
thu piojitrtv of the said William M llinwn,
whlehlthall offer lit public salu at thesnuth
wet doorof the court house In thc city ol Cairo,
In thccuimty of Alexander and hlatutif Illinois,
on the 13th day of August, A 1 ls"3. at the
hour of u o'clock tt, in., fori-a.-h, toballsfy aald
Ai.r.x. ii. ihvix,
Sherllfof Ahianilt'r l-ounty, Illlnoln.
1 alro, Illinois, .lulyV-'ml, IsT.i, tttd.
IX IIANKIIIU'ICY.-No. lilin,
rPIIIS Is toglvti notlee, That on tile 2(lli day of
I. .lulv. A. I). lbT.'i. iin alias Wamiiil in
llaiikiupti'v was Issiietl iiL'aliist the estate, of
i iiui'lioine W inston, lateol Uiilrojlls,, but now
of the County of I'ulnskl and Mate ol Illinois,
who has been nbJudKcd bankrupt, on his own
pftloui that I he uavmenl of unv debts anil tie.
Iitry of any properly Ix-lnuplng to biieh bank
mpt to him,
, or lor ins
as use, mid the trtim-it-i' of
"uy property by him, mu foibltlilen by law)
that a mtetliiK of tlie Cretlllors of miM bank
rupt, to prole their debts, nnd to choose one or
morcAMlgnt-es of bin estate, will behrlilatii
Com tof Dunkrimtcy to be holdeii nt Cairo, in
the county Of Alexander, before -'olui ij. llur
mail, ItcgMer, on (he ltlli day of.Miu-iiM, , 11.
J7S, at lu tVelnck, n. m. K it. iiOK,
U.S. JIarlilas Ie-eii(rer1 Sottthvrn I j 1 1 . . Ill
TJIE DAlliV BUMET1N.
rjlllH flUMilil'IN Is publl.hed every iiiornliig
(exw pt Monday) In the lliiliftlu llultillntr, eor
lier WaahiiiKtou iiKuucand 'l u tilth Mint
Tue Itn.l.criN HTieil to t-lly nitnt-ilbtTsby
faithful enrrlemitTwrnlyriir Cents ttWeik,
payable wet kly. lty.Mull, (in advance), tlopcr
nunuini nl molithi, til; three nionttifl, iS one
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
1'ubllilKtl cieiy 'llnuitlay mornlnifnt tl
Hrnmiuiii, Inyallalily in n'liaure. '1 tic poU(e
on the Wei-kly will be pit-paid nt Ibis otlic, o
that Biibserlbers w ill obtain lor n Mib'trlptloii
i A 1 1. v.
Itiiiluen finis, per annum, 1;iti ()
Oi.o cipiare, one tiscitloti, t 00
One fijiuii-, Iwt, llm rtloli.l, I M
One rrpuie, ohiswiek, SM
One Kjuari', two vwtks 3 .Ml
One hciunrc, Ihuv wtt-ks 1 ki
Out- iuiv, one mouth .... A bo
W n K Y I. Y .
One aqunre, one lu;erl!on, tl U)
Kiit-li ubM-iuiut Insertion, , iM
KJ-Om- Inch Ij II rqiuue. j
tri"l"o regular wlvt-rtlscM weofltTsupertor lu
tltireniinli, lmth ns to rate til ehnrK'tn uul liisu
mi' of displaying Ihelr favors.
SJ-.Votlces In local rohimn Inerlel for ir'lf
tecn Cents p-r Hue fur one in-ettlon, Twenty
Cents a line fur two Inicrtlolin, Twenty-l'lve
t.Vnti n llr.t-for llin-o Imtrlli.ii", '1 hirty-Klve
Cuds n line for one week, and Seit-nty-t'lve
Cents n line forone mouth,
Communications upon uubjoctn of kuu
oral intercut to tli.- iiubllo nollcitod.
I3-A11 lettt r sh-.ul-l beuddresst-l to
.ions n. ouki:i.v,
I'r '.fit (..nit) Hulk-tlii Company.
Tho Pooido's Romcdy.
Tho Univorsnl Tain Ext nctor,
Note: Ak for Poutl'" Extract.
Tako no other.
'Ileivr for I will itpt-nk of erellml tiling-
'Sti-itliis, t-pi-alns, Contu
t el'HH, lllslot'iltlons.
t'rin-liiret, ( us, l.ittn
Ittl or Inclnil Wound.
'V IIK I.HIIN. or
fl . liltlnxof Itlooil
V" lllrftl.aiid llltttl-
i, ln (iunn or 'I'tfih
I Itiitillliiiil llliiitilnntl
llloo-ly lU ehnrue.
S'lle-s llliLtliiiK l'llt-t,
1 lilindl'lles, (Intalllblu )
. . rulxln, SvvilUtl race
l IISlH-iiiiiiilNiii, Ithemiia-
li.VLIIilt. L tlrnwelliiiKorSorciics.
Sti(lii"Ns or Soienens,
I.umbaKo, I .tune I Suck
Sim- Tlmittl orOuinsy,
1 lis. Astllimi.
Sore or Inllameil Kin or
ort' .Mpples, Inllanied
Tin: I'lilnftil or loo i'rofii
.llllli Ovarian llh-
1 catu mill rl,i it,
REMEDY 1 .'""'H niul Slruiuturv.
M lutlliiN ami lAcorin
Hons of Infants, or
mu i Adults.
iVarit-ose Vt-ins, Kn
EXTEnNfil I hiW'U lnthiiiuil Vein.
" 1 l-l'lHL lUI -r. Old M.rel, Intet
.s. , .ual t'lecrjtlous.
A" IlolN. (iiibunele-t. Tu-
rTTinwiiHT a t .mors. Hot swUllnas,
INTERNAL "fit and Itunlnn', l hat
I i d or sine l-'iel.
I hiiliii-ftt.llarne-sor '-.id-
,IVIim or Whitlow, frost
fl l.lmbs or Parts,
.1IiNiiiilt Illtes. Inbi-ct
bllngi, Chapped Hantls.
O.VIl'N KXTItArr Is forsalebyall ITi-s.
'lnss llriiKtrltlt.iiiHl lecomine.idttlby
all Drus'RUts, i'hyslcians, nud rwr.v
htitl.v slio tuts t-tei- utetl ll.
raniilili'l rontalulne Iliitory hu) I sesmall
etl fieeonnppllcalion, if not found at your
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
iv York mill I.tiutloii.
BY vlitut' ol three (ert.iiiieM-eutlousto me ill
leeted by Uiu cleik of the elieull couitol
AlcMtiuler county. lu I lie State of
Illinois, one In favor ol Vomit; llroih
era A. Comjiany, one in favor of Wil
liam .McAiuIt-r, nud the other In fa
vor of Alfred 11 SftlVord, assl(.uee of Ale.ndcr
II Iiin. niul nil UrTiiliiBt duhn II llrnwu, I
halt! levied upon the lollowlni; tleeeribtd prop
irty, In the counly of Alexander unit Stale of
Illinois, to-wlt: Tlienoilhwest tiurler of the
iiorthwesi tpiiirlt-r of section six (oj, in township
slxteeu (1C) nouth, and lu liuiKe one went ol' the
tlilitl principal meridlani the uorthwint quaiter
ofthe touthwcot 'Uiarterof tection thlrly-ono
(:il) , in towiihlp Uiu en (ft) eouth. and In raiiRe
1 westof the ihlid principal incrlill.iuithc north
eait quarter of tho southeast tiuarlerof section
Ih rlj-nl (.I'i), In tnwniihlii llrtt-eu (IS) south,
and lu ratiKc two (-J) westof the third prluelpal
ineridani lots numbered one(l) to U t (), both in
cluslie in block niuuhcicd one (I), lots number
ed two (0 niul thuc ('!), in block nuinberel two
(i), lots iiunibcirtl one (I) to live (5), both iu
elmlie in block ruuiibeietl four (I), bits mini
btieiloni! (1) to seven (7), bolh ineluslic. In
block nunibereil seven (7), lots iiuinbeie.l one (1)
to seven (7), both Inelinlie lu block numbeiejl
I'luht (s), lots numbered two U), time (U) and
four (I), lu block iiumlic rtil live, (A), lots mini-iK-rttl
twb (J), four (I), live (.',), sl (t.) andsinin
(7) In block numbered tlx (o) In the town of
Unity, ami till in thu county of Alexander and
state of Illinois ns the properly oflhe said .John
II. Drown, whlehl shall ofTer ut publloMileut
the southwest tloorof Iheeouit hoiii-e lu the city
of Cairo, In Itie county of Alexander and State of
Illinois, onthetouiltenthilay ol'Auust, A. I.
Is7", ul llm hour of eleven o'clock, n. m , to
eatisfy said executions. AI.KX, II. lltVIN,
.sheiln'ot'Alexaniler County, llllnolv,
Cairo, Illinois, .lulyii.'nd, ls7-.
TIN WIRE fllNGS
II 111 Uil BlUltl U Iluy'g
-nujuer. sii -iin lttnnrQ tiooi
1 w A1-J "tt'tni, t.joi
II.IOI l loui.poil-
AN ELIGIBLY SITUATED BRICK
A..1 11. Il
I mi uiu iwu ioij tipun
'I hat will llnUhttl lliiek llmi'f nt the rorni rnf I'nplnr mid Twt ntlelh slnvls. with stole rnolti
mill saloon iiet-oiniiiod.itlons n llrl lloor, and family relilenif alKiie. will, Willi b.tt .1 mid
bloi-k i, upon will" Ii it i loc.tlt-l. 1' sold nt Auction to thc hlKhe-'t Mddi r, on
sniiiriiny. .inly nisi, ist.i.
r..r r-ukli mi I......! 1 1.. ,.. u ill Id r..ld Ik .ideslhr it it i-lnte it Mofk of iilot-erl.-. lllieliullmr a m-
rit ly ofaitlelff nfdaily t.-t i hihI r,f 1'iirlor, II
At Hit owner Is tit I- rmfut-l t - il it''
Itit 'Halt! will bt po ,1 veiinilw 1. ' n-n-.e
lniiii..luue '). 1-:
Otii-rl f r s V n. -
C?rat Heducticn in PriceSg
Prints, Bloachod Muslins,
i ablo Linons, Percales,
LARGi STOCK OF DRESS GOODS,
Japanese Silks, Silk Poplins,
Ijircr Stock of Vhita Goods. Victoria Lnwim. ftu-li.i T.tn.riilnn. 111..I 11 Is t ck
Ribbons. 'Ihiscntiix-st.tt-k will ' sold at ncm
lid beconviuri-tui (neat It.iriraliK ' Tl.ltMs
Cornor Eiglith. St. and Commercial Avo
i iMI i.
PAINT AND OIL DEALER!?.
JOBBERS AND RETAILURb Oi'
T A rrt-nxrni t tit TTrfrT'd
UUUGWISTa' FANCY GOODS,
CITliIAJC;AT?.' r n
, K tolirft cirrespon-Knce an 1 ,,i d. j, ,. rn
A t&iitViir,1,;. ,ibf;.!;!j.'.
7-1 OWo Levee. I
gL. jttl lilt irt m3umz&tmfuiwtB. rrnr i m i ri i in nwil' f -nn t n r itiii irt m u m fH
ii in W JiiilMtfifMMn 1 him bimw Hilnllili twrw mW 1
T 1 1 Ml I ! MM I II ' jMlWMni-WlllMWOTIl MTfW
F8 M. &TOCKFL2&TH,
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
3?03?L333:CSr")?ar -A.JKTI DOMESTIC
Wines and Liquor?
Kooph n full stock of ( i
XiorxtTJioly Bourbon, I'-
Monongahola, Rye and Robinson Oounty
j tin 111 iirivn.ii.
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN, '
KELLY ISLAND AND CALIFORNIA WINES.
!1 1 .I1...S-J "L
wiiiuii ii is biiuuiuu
- n-ehold antl liiltlitn fiunltiiir, loo numerous '.
Ai mie tb-iire jieul lmrznlu-i nhould nlleinl
lll.S 1 1. IIO III AM. KI
0! BRI fiMK
it e ,-t, tmd contini.e unlit it 1 t lot 1 '. Call
-lltl''H,V I Vsll.
COLLIER -WiriTE LEAL
JtJijOItS. OILS. . i
jKisti, I-l ,,,-iu,, An. r.cnenil store in
Kinm M t--- m '
.VaahlnutoD A v., Cor. 8th
- 1 :n 1 ki 1 . . -.
pv mm n m