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30MX X. OBKM.Y, Editor.
CAVTAIX HAMill.ETO.VN 1.KITKM.
Wo give pcc In tills lsuc to Copt,
AVlllUun Haml)lr.ton letter In answer to
Mr. Totter ol tho Mound City Journal.
It Is a document that will Im; read with
Interest hv the rolilctit of Southern Illi
A system of lights and buoys, to Indi
cate Mioals, crossing?, and points of dan
gcr In the channel of the. lis?Ulil,
river, has been ndoptod, mul some of Hit!
beacons arc already located. The United
States' light-house boat, T.lly, Is engaged
In the worje. The Orand Tower Hem
Mjr s that Ike Clement's dog can shortly
be placed on tho retired list, and the
Honorable Ike hlincll put on the pen
Mon roll, with mention ol nicrllnrlmi
that rrs.w HAS.
Tho funny editor of the Vlcksburg
tltrald, whoso articles are now being PX
teuslrcly copied In papers of the United
States, Is Mid to be a young man only
twenty-eight years of age, named Allen.
He was formerly local editor of a paper
In Meridian, Mississippi, and displayed a
fertility of humorous language that i
caused Ids articles to be sought after and
read with avidity. In the war between
the sections Mr. Allen espoused the eauo
of the South, his birth-place, and received
a wound, during battle, In one of his
arms, disfiguring nnd crippling It. Grad
ually advancing In public favor, all that
is necessary now Is lor him to write some
thing excessively funny and brilliant,
veined with suflieient palho to temper
the farcical, nnd he will rank with Mark
Twain and tho other witty men vlioc
writings now pass lor grim and doubtful
NiuxMor Tin: ki-kmix,
This week two of the Jtcnton inllilla,
while scouting in the vlclnlly of Sneak
Out, discovered a fresh troll, which they
followed Into the middle of a com Held.
There they found signs ofa recent gather
ing of men, as tho corn was trampled
down, and the ground beaten hard with
iooUtep;. Continuing their search they
saw a man through the rows of corn and
commanded hhn to halt. On
Investigation It proved to he old man
Summers, in company with one of his
family, doctoring a horse that had been
peppered with shot. Of course "this was
one of the animals rode by the Ku-klux
ihShl oi mo uisusirotis ritie up
Maddox lane. A church near Sneak-
out bore all the marks of having shel
tered wounded men, as blood marks
were distinguishable on tho floor, and
stained pelccs of cloth lay around.
EXCUHNIOX TO Till! CITY OF
Among the great, and most important,
excursions of the present day w ill be the
one contemplated from St. Louis to the
City of Mexico, to take place next Octo
ber, tiic route win De lroin St. Louis to
Xew Orleans ; thenco to Jlrashcar City,
where tho party will embark dh one of
Charles Morgan's splendid steamships
for the beautiful and prosperous city of
Galveston. I5y October the contemplated
lino of steamers fro m that iort to Vera
Cruz will bo in operation, and thence the
party will bo transported to Vera Cruz.
Twelve hours ilde, over historic ground,
Will place the party in the capital of the
republic of Mexico, considered by trnv
elers one of the. fluent cVUes of the world,
diversified with picturesque lakes, sur
rounded by hills, and dating Its founda
tion during the Aztec civilization. What
the main objects of this excursion nre,
we cannolsay,but believe they are In thelu.
terest of the International railroad. which
is to bind tho two republics together,
crossing the Rio Bravo at or near l.arc
do. No one can deny the fact that Mx.
Ico Is governeu to-day better, and
i ... .
wiiu iiiuri; I'liiiL'.iicmueill. man evnr
before. Revolutionists nre fast giving up
the trade that hns so often enriched nnd
placed them in power, nnd internal Im
provements bid fulr to open to the people
Of the United 'Ssates, and particularly
those of the Mississippi valley, the vast
mineral resources of Mexico, to which
Will be added the trade ond trafllc with
ber wealthy merchants, and producing
Inhabitants. That excursion will carry
to the capital of Mexico some of tho
wealthiest, most influential, intelligent,
and public spirited citizens of the valley.
The DuQuoiii Tribune makes inquiries
about the editor of tlio Uui.i.utis hi the
J. II. Oberly, editor of tho Cairo JM
Min, and T. J. Layman, were In our city
last Sunday morning, nnd took passage
for tho Stntcol J'ruiiMlu." As we have
beard nothing from Oberly since that
time, we nre halt Inclined to the belief
that he's been Ku-kluxed. If he Is alive,
this will bring a response from him. and
our anxious mind will ngalu ho restored
to Its accustomed calmness. Wo have no
particular Interest In Oberly, farther than
this, that we don'tllkc to see an editor
get Into bad company especially when
he' puro and undetlled, and wo know
Oberly's pure; timon pure, at that.
He returned Friday morning, read
Milo Envoi's jotter Ju tho St. Louis GMc
Democrat, accusing him of being the fel
low who gave to WIlllaMsou county her
Hotorletyfor bloodshed and assassination;
said something about seeing the Govern
or for the purpose of organizing anew
corapany to be sent to Marion to suppress
Milo ; packed his volitc and started up
tho Illinois Ceutral railroad, Icavln,
orders for his wife- and tho balance of his
six children to follow him on the next
train. Wo Interviewed lilm for u few
minutes. 11c said ho had been Imposed
Hpon-iuat Williamson Is u very
modest little county, adjoining
Jackson nd Frankllu ; that no such fam
ilies as the Bulllners, Hendersons, litis
ll,Craln, or Slsney s ever lived In that
countytiKl that tho rumors about the
"u ua anamination were onlv rn.
i that no inch pcrou as Spcnce
bad been butchered in his store pot fo
wled with a load ot buckshot, and n tier
ringer ball through his head ; that Slsney
did not have a holeshot In his body, large
enough to put n man's list In while seated
In his parlor; that an old man, seventy
years of nge, Isaac Vancll, was not bar
barously strung up by the neck and
kepi In that position until dead;
that lllnehclllt was not killed
by nu asassln; thai It's nil n mistake
about the two ItulliiH'rs being shot to
nieces while rhltnir nlonir the public hiiih-
wav. and that old dim Henderson and
Stewart Culn died natural deaths, lie
said much more In reference to einne in
Wllliamson-niul stated thai ll was even
reported that men had been killed In .Miv
rion; spoke tenderly of llcvcrldge and
left. Don't know where he went
but want It distinctly undcr.-tood
that we known little about Ihe history ol
Williamson county oursell. and are eer
talu that it Is the richest Held for a now
paper correspondent on thl continent
Xo necessity lor fiction there, but a poM
tlve array of tragic events, shadowed by
such n t til ti veil of mystery, that, cut
stands appalled nt n contemplation
One million in Government gold was
awarded yesterday ot from lll.l.'l to lll.K
The horses, harness and carriages of
Wm. llutler Duncan were sold nt auction
yesterday for $1,101.
.lames F. Ituekner, Jr., ha been ap
pointed Internal I'evemie Ganger for tho
Fifth Kentucky District.
It Is reported Gen. llutler has been
retained as counsel for Tllton hi the see
ond trial of his suit against llcceher.
Tho Attorney General has UmiciI
order dl-nilsslng Assistant District At
torney James Urlzolora, ol Arknn'a
J, W. Xoe, who was assulted In hi
Xew Yoik store on Sunday, died la
evening. So Mr tho assassin i" not luVu
The Brooklyn anchorage of the Ka't
river brlilge Is completed. The eabl
making for the. bridge commences
The releae on fraudulent bail
Snyder, the alleged robber of Perry's dry
goods store, Is undergoing n thoroug
examination at the Department ol Ju
.Vi'iiH lii Uriel. ,
The appointment of Iiil a.?i-laiit
postmaster-general will be made from
The intended marriage of King Al
iens, of Spain, to the eldest daughter of
Duke de Montpeuler Is announced.
About 100,000 money-order blanks,
worth $-0 per thousand, have been sto
len from the postolllce building.
The foot and month disease has
broken out with great violence In Douset
shire, Knglaud, where lli.000 are down
with it. The dUteinper is spreading rap-
The crops In various localities of
Wisconsin were seriously Injured by the
lrost on Sunday and Monday nights. In
tho vicinity of LaCrosso potatoes and
garden vegetables were killed, it Is esti
mated thm. fully fifty per cent, of the corn
crop was destroyed.
K. C. Sjirague, n noted counterfeiter
and murderer, who lias been under .sen
tence of death in the county Jail as JIar
rlsonville, Mo., for killing a man named
Holden, a few months since, broke jail
Monday night and made his escape.
i'he international champion swim
ming match between Coyle, ot Chester,
mil Johnson, ot Knglaud, took place
Tuesday morning, from l.r,im to
oioueester, a OMance ol ten miles.
Coyle was taken from the water after
swimming about six miles. He was
chilled and unable to go much further.
Johnson, who took the lead at the 'start,
reached the end of the course looking
An explosion caused by escaping
gas occurred Friday evening at the resi
dence of E. G. Weluter, ItUl Clinton av
enue, llrooklln. Mr. and Mrs. Webster,
Mrs. G. Thrall and Eliza Wilson, n ser
vant, were all badly burned. The house
was damaged by lire to tho amount of
S2.000. Windows were broken and the
walls were badly bulged by the concus
sion. The American war steamers Congress
and Hartford arrived at Tripoli on Satur
day last. A number ofollleers who land
ed lrom the Congress were hooted by tho
rabble. Satisfaction was given for tho
Insults onercd to the ofllccr.-, but not for
the previous insult to the American Con
sul. Up to Sunday night the ves-els had
remained nt Tripoli.
Albert Malitor, a merchant and lum
berman of ltogcrs City, Mich., nuil Ed
ward Sullivan, his book-keeper, were
both -hot, probably fatally, Monday night,
wlille standing at a dek In .MnlltorS
store. Fourteen buckshot entered Mall
tor's side, and It Is barely possible, that
he can recover. Sullivan was shot In the
face, receiving fearful wounds. The shot
was Hied through a window, and the as
sassin is bellevedto be one of Milliter's
laborers, who had been discharged during
the day. .
tlencrnl anil l'crsoiuil.
Edwin llootli will be out again In
about a week.
Cardinal MeCloskey will remain at
rails until the end of the month.
liovernor elect MoCrcary, of Ken-
lucky, will ho Inaugurated on thulllst of
The Xorweglan settlement in ISosmio
county, Texas, is said to look like the
most thrifty part of the country.
Uowdoln College alumni are endeav
oring to raise jmu.ooo, wherewith to en
dow a Longfellow prolessoishlp.
In 1671 a jocose friend accused Ills
marek of being a Communist. ' "Only
when I mil In France," was tho Prince's
The Iiloouiingtuu 1'aiitagraph has a
column of "I'untalets," supposed to bo
tho equivalent ol Harper's ''Editor's
Fashion gossip lied flannel shirts
will bo Httlo worn In society this fall,
nnd boots outside of the (routers nro not
According to tho OrnMtc'aportrults,
Miss Dickinson Is ti remarkably pretty
girl, and Colonel linker Is n stuiinliig
louklng o 111 eer.
Dean Stanley will mioii plaee a me
morial of the brothers .lohn and Charles
Weley In Westminster Abbey nt his
Frightful 'lories are reported aiioui
tramps killed on the railway. Cannot
more of them ho Induced to prelertno
railway to the high road '(
-San IVaiirlseo will shortly snip to
the Mikado of Japan n state carriage val
ued at $:t,000, four horses worth sii,tiH,
:iml harness costing $1,t"00.
The chair ol surgerv In n mcilicai tie-
. .. 11
nartmcnt soon to lie lumeti to . oi uen
rnlurdty, has Keen ouercu i
t'.lllR'tt, o'fOneonta, X. Y.
-Mnie.Nlbon look a lit Uu -toiiter t liaii
last year, but the change Is con-hUivdan
Improvement. The more there Is of that
sweet singer Ihe better.
Mill, nicnl l ll. ' llmiil'leliin
VoiiViriiliiir ! Iliilhlltitf ''
MlHIIIIIII'lll "I .lllMIIHl HJ
MorxnCiiY. Aug. HHli, 1S7."i.
II. F. I'oirms, l-Nij.. Dr.vn Sun i'he
.Mound I'll vWro nnd the Cairo JlulWin,
as well a 'many other friends of mine,
having called upon me to make a -tate-nw.iit
I'lim-pt'iiliiir tlio hlllhltnL'ot'lliemoil-
iiniPtir of the .Mound Clt.v Xatlonal
Cemetery, I shall respond to ilielrreqttc-t
briellvnposujle, anil n you uuonervu
from'tlto address give you the privilege
iriitiMl.liliir it It veil desire.
line. UcM'iiilL'e. In nufsuauec of an
net ol the Legislature appropriating
lcntv-IIv thou-ami dollar mrine croc
tlon oY the above mentioned monument,
niinnbiteil Dr. l.ooiieV. J. C. Willis am
ovarii cniiuiiN-iousers to carry out the
ih'slre of the l.c"sature. A meeting of
the eomiiiis.loner.s was held lu this town
uliont the Lil t of Amil. l!si I. Ir. l.oo
nev was elected president and myself
secretary. At that meeting we agreed to
advertise lu one ot tlie leading papers in
each ot the following cities, namely, Cin
cinnati. Chicago ami St. Louis, and the
selection of the naners was loll with the
secretary. Mr. John Waugh, nsltaut
secretary, wrote to three papers in eaen
nlaee. to iret their nrlces lor inserting the
advertisement for thirty days lrom the
1st of Mav. 1371. The nronodtlons ol
tho nine papers .are on flic
and can be seen by any
one wishing to learn how the atlverti-c-
nieiil was let, ami a glance at (hem will
show that tlio lowest bidders uot It
uliU'li happened to be two lEcnuhllcaii
mid one Democratic, paper. About the
last ol April, 1871. Mr. I'otter. editor ol
the Mound City Journal, approached me
nun desired to gel on advertisement Pu
bis paper. I told him that I did not
think we would be Justified lu going to
such expense, as his paper would not
reach many of those whoso notice we
wished to attract. He replied that he
thought that we ought to publish our ad
vertisement in his paper as tho local pa
per of the county In which tho monument
was to bo built. I replied that if wo be
gan by giving to bis paper an advertise
ment that wo would have to give the
same to others ; inasmuch as the monu
ment was to be built out of tho funds of
the Stale of Illinois, each county paper
would feel that It had as good riglit to
some of the patronage as the county
paper ot Pulaski. Wo separated, he
(I'otter) having failed to pcmtuile mo
that it was best to give him an advertise
ment. On thoUOth of May, IS7I, eleven de
signs were presented. Xlno of them
were represented lu person, by tho draw
ers, two designs were forwarded to the
secretary, with it request that they be
placed on exhibition that bids with
specifications would be sent by the KOih,
In ,tmn l.t lw Lii.tti ii it 1 n.'iil luttnri. fi Wlll'll-
Imr llin I'lllltl'Ml't. Oil till, Illtl't'llOOll Of
the ItOth or May, 1871. tho commissioners
met and examined all tho designs. On
the :ilst, decoration day, we met again
nml mllrnmiml to 2nd of .MlllC. Sunday
liitrrviiiWiK. c,iul1 01 ,nu architects
were eaueu mio me room lor uiu pur-po-e
of presenting specifications and ex
plaining designs, and answering any
questions that might he asked. At ll
o'clock a. m. tuu bids were opened
and, to my great astonishment, there
was not one tiiat came under the amount
of the appropriation. We were compelled
to call the bidders hack to state to them
tiiat the successful bidder would have to
pay tho expense of advertising, which
they nil agreed to do. We then niter some
talk, agreed to take an informal vote.
I'cMilt, two for Emery & Co., one for
Volk, of Chicago. Adjourned fordinner.
Met after dinner and after exchanging
opinions ns to the merits of the dlllcrcnt
designs, a vote was lakeu. ltesult same
it belore dinner. 1 being in tho minority,
submitted with the best grace I could,
and Joined with the other commissioners
in the performance of thedutlesfor which
wo were appointed.
Mow let me say.here, that no hid. speci
fication or design was presented for tlio
consideration ot the commissioners that
contemplated or even hinted at live stat
ue. The parlies receiving the contract
presented three designs, with three sep
arate set of Fpccillcatlous, and three
separate bids. (X. it. they are all In
my poses-Ion nnd can be seen bv any
one who feels mi Interest lu tlie truth or
fal-lty of tills statement). Messrs.
Emery & Co. received the contract on
tail-competition, and no lair minded man
can gainsay It.
Several articles having appeared In the
Mound City Journal dlllerlng in every
essential particular from this, jn-onoso
to notice lu detail, but very brlelly, some
of them. Article 1st savs, poorest design
accepted. To this article I made no re
ply nt the time, for I did not think it
worthwhile to get Into a newspaper
controversy about a thing that my vote
shows that 1 was not in favor of.
Articles without number 1 shall pa-s
by, and proceed with tho two last that
have appeared. Souio three weeks ago
Mr. I'otter called on mo and asked me
If I did not think the present manage
ment of the Marine Wnvs ot this place
could not atlord him an advertisement,
assuring me at tlie same time that it was
getting pretty llm times with him. 1
told him that 1 did not think that I would
Dojusiineii in doing so. no could not
persuade mo that It would he bet for mo
to do so. The next issuo of his paper
contained tlio startling Information that
the number of the statues had been re
duced from live to three, anil the monu
ment materially reduced in size, for the
solo benefit of the coutrai-lurs, with,
out any corresponding reduction in
Xow thu deMgn lhat was accepted
was inado part of the contract, and Is
lu my keeping to-day, subject to tho In
spection of any and all who desire to
see it, and compare, It with the monu
ment. Alter reading tlio last article, 1
called on Mr. I'otter and intimated mv
desire to post him (so that I would not
bo held up hi a community whoso re
spect and conlldcnco I sincerely desire,)
but found after talking with him for
some time, that there was determination
on his part not to be posted. I then told
him that I had been lu full accord with
the other commissioners since tho letting
of the contract, and I did not want him
to try mid c.xhoncrato mo from nnv
hlamo to bo attached to tlio commission
ers that If the commissioners had done
What he accused them ol, I must cither
be a knavo or fool, mid I very much
preferred tho former to tho latter charac
ter. Ills reply was that It was d d strange
f lie must bo prevented from criticising
tho acts of Kadieal commissioners because-
there was ono Democrat out of tlio
three. Ho was going to mako political
capital out of It, lie didn't care who it
i hti!""E 'l' 'iV.I '"'J'1" determination
I replied that If tho Democratic Mound
City; Journal had lorako over tho bones
of dead soldiers and sailors that the
party ought to bo d-d thai would toler
ate It, and left hltn.
Then came the i last Issue or the Mound
tltV Journal, III Which Im mv, n.n ,.n
eoinniMoners persuaded Hiunbleton that
Emery'- design was thu best. Potter
knows he has no outhoritv for nsscrtlnir
any such thing, lor no person ever heard
Xow I defy Mr. I'otter to name one
person, Ii lend or foe, who urged mo in
the controversy over the foundation lhat
was llrst built and afterward taken out.
They never persuaded me that shabby
workmanship was the best, nor did thoy
persuade me that llrown or .Metropolis,
was the In st man to keep the money, but
he did Osgood as any one eUo rould;
he received it, and he may hove specu
lated on it whilst in his hands; but the
commissioners' drafts in favor ol ihe con
tractors were always honored.
1 llud that this article is much longer
thou I anticipated. Having noticed so
many of Potter s misstatements, I must
give" him credit for telling some truth.
First, lie savs my wife i a belter Judge
of n load of turnip or a load of hay than
Inm. I admit it; nut rotter assetis it
without any positive knowledge, but she
Is a tanner's daughter and oiijiht to
know. I do not deny that my boy Tom
cin write better poi try than 1 can, and
yet not ho much of a pott. Now sup
pose vou let me make a aitcss, I would
not fear to wager a good cigar that your
wife l-a lrurdetier's daiuditer: that there
are lew better Judge of cabbage heads
than he. This I Infer from her selec
tion of you.
1 prc-mne you will think thl article
too long, but I am not much of a baud
nta'ibrevlatlng. at least that Is not a
spedalty ot tnlne. In taking my leave
of joti. I must InM that 1 have one
third of the pralo or blame ol building
the monument, up to the time ol receiv
ing the stotucs, ond In that tlie honors
are to be equally divided between J. (
Willi and the undersigned. Yours, in
haste. W. L. Hamiim.ion.
A in irrlogo occurred the other dav, at
Carnarvon, under peculiarly romantic clr-
ciiiii-tanccs. The biidegroom wasaic-
uirnm convier, aim at tlie time ol the
wedding wasawaltiii'' hi trial at tlie As.
size, for theft. The biide had a-sl-tcdhlin
in Ins thieving cnterprbe, and wai id-o
waiting to be tried. On theinoruliiL'ofthe
wcdillng tho two lovers were e.-coited by
the polico to the Catholic Chapi-I, wbeie
iney were united logcincr in tlie bond
of lillltrlliinnv. liiiliiidl:iti-lv nlli.r tin
cere.iiony'thu'liappy pair took their de
pariure to tne Assize court
where they were arraigned
before Lord Coleridge, and con
vleted of the eihno laid to their charge
The bridegroom was sentenced to live
year. penal servitude, and the bride
six months Imprisonment with hard
Flsli Xft.- Tuit
riirpaulliis, Game 'fraiit, ."ic.
Si'inl I'nr Prlw I.Ut In IlL'i'OI.I'II
31 IN. I liirtl hlivf I, Si I.ouli,.M.i.
iiircri-"! at Vlcksburi;,
Miss . fur placing u
(mall Steiinibuut In thu
tnulu l'tlwi en tiiat city uml the up-icr anil lucr
U'litli. lor tlie tnmniorluttim of (.ullon jM-td, hc.
A tfainvi-urUiUur'AVi ton caiiuclty conlcl ilnu
Hiiiciull'l I uslnvits ItiU eca-on labtltiK about
nmntlH lioni Mpt. int. rurliill imrtlciilan uI
iln-n I. O. Ilox M, Vicksliurj,', Mill.
To Lumbermen $100 in Gold.
J;il furnrtiiTlinlnii nt Emerson's Patent
Planer Toothed uml Damascus Tempered
SaWBiindiin uc. oiint of the tilvut,Natluniil aw
lni? CyntwlH hiuhlcli ihi'y r.irrlcil oil" every
III7C liulmllnp Ilii-Silixi In OnM AildriMK
Emerson, Ford & Co , Beaver Falls, Pa.
Say wlii'io sou taw llili iiH-il&wlw.
"Puis 5 falls
ilA.f ff CONTKOI.S 6,000 Hn,litK
Ip'XU.UU f Uniln Ior30la.
I nuil umvaiiU
li'.illiil on an
l'arlli-sile-liliitf to oktuIc. or llio-c slilii2
rnriull Inlorniatiori IIOU-'l001'i:it.VTK, M-nil
for our circular .il4rei
BUTLER. CLARK & CO.,
160 Washington Rt
i li'liratnl fjr i'. I'I'IIIT V. NTIIRM1TII im.l
PA I, 4T
.VIII.I.M.ss. nrrnntnl lo rinomivi
!lt VIO .tUcli'lguii.ikV., t'hlcii'cn,
r., I.. Lll.t
The Successor LOMPOO has Induced the
Owners to Have a
GRAND AUCTION SALE
18 iiiIIps cutj, nrnu I.uls (Uiisjio, nml lliullcn
.S'ui Hi of Loinpoc.
In Tracts of 5, 10, 40, and ISO Acre;,
TUESDAY, OCTOBER nth, 1876.
)N"I lit TK.VCT, nml continue THIli:!; day.
Tlusi.: One-ftiurlli rath, lulaucf lu lour
C'liitl annual Intlalliueutn, wllli ten inTcent. In-liu-t
ilii'M'tamlnniu well waliwl, lliulicml, ami
Miltulile lor rulelnjr all kiiul of kiuIii. wkcIii
I'.l" I'uiils, tolurco, etc.. Wells, l urKiiA. Co'.,,
.iie,, I'ot Ulllccaiul Steamship ollU-r-t es.
MMM111I In the town, A line w hail' nt Point
Nil w lure nny vcsM-1 can laiul.
100 8-acro lots will bo sold.
J'.uniililits 'Jlnps, uml liHiticulai'u can licoh
J-ihieil nt tin, (iiunil I'acllin Hotel, ClilciKo, of
V -M.lt MAUTIN, Ceneral Aftiil, or v ml
ll"lii(t California Immigrant Union,
634 California St , San Francisco, Cal
1; l llnlitiom. A. O. Meeker. A.J.Huolc.
E. L. HEDSTROM & Co.,
Miners & Shippers of
liL.VKiut. On ices, Cor, Adams A Market bt.
Also Agontsfor Blossburg Coal Co,
THE MM BULLETIN.
rrMIE UUM.KT1N U rmbllshed emy morning
(coit MomLiy) In the Bulletin Uutlrtliig, cor
ner Washington avenue ami Twelltli ntrrct
Tint lICLLMix Is scncil lu city salMcrlliirsbj'
fnltlinil rnrrlers nt Twenty-Five t'enti nWtvk,
lyn1le weekly. lly.Mnll, (In ndtnnre), $IOicr
annumi sit months, $fi; Hirer months, 3 one
month, $ -.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
l'lilillnl.isl every Ttuirmln)' morning nt M 23
e: nnnum, lnvurlnbly In nitiance. 'Hit- pottage
on the Weekly w 111 be irp:i!tl nl this oilier, no
llmt snli.e.rlbers will obhiln for n subscription
rice or 41 n yeiir.
MuMiifM Cmili, per nnnum,...
Ono squnrc, one nertlnn, ,
One sfjiwre, two insertion!),..
Ono square, cine week
One sqiure, two weeks
One. square, three weeks
One squrc, one monlli,
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. .1 50
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One squsri-, one inmtlnn, ..
Ksch subsequent ln rllon,...
. st oo
EJ"One Inch Is n tqu.ue
tj-ro refruhrn'tvertlfer wconeniiprrlorln-
.liioenienli, both in to rate ol rlmrces and man
ner of dlplnyliiR their fnors.
Communications upon BUbJocts of cell-
oral Interest to tho public solicited.
E"All Uu-lnejsI.etlrrsi'houMbeuiIcIreiM'd lo
Culm It ti 1 1 c I In 'iiiiiiiuiy.
rho rcojilo'H Remedy.
The Universal Pain Ext actor.
Noto: Asli for Pond's Extract.
Tako no other.
'IlKir for 1 will m-jk nl i.rvltcnllliliiu '
I iijiiiliH to Uan or Uiutt-,
I lulli, llnii-3.
Hirudin, .s.inilnt, C'ontil-
I'riicliircM. i.titt, Uuer,).
tut or lnclscit WoiiiiiIh
'Stit'l I Iiik. Hums, health,
Iilt'i'illnir l,iiiiir. or
-Vir llliTd.uiul llltiil
IhK (funis or liitli.
VomlttiiKiil lllwotl nuil
VHvh - llluillnn l'ile,
F OHO 'S
liinui i-iii'O, uniaiili'ie )
ruiitin, aHtiitti rare
tic -5 Well In if rir.SntiMii.M.
nil II ii ' or Soieneta.
Sir- Tliniiit or (Jiiln jv
..lIlllll.l.O. 1 111 ll'ArK.
lSir' or Inllameil Kyiq nr
iNori- Mil-s, Inllameil
mi: Pahifiil or too I'rolh'e
PEOPLE'S HlU I.i ic, Ovarian l)s.
t-w. w rak ftll( 'ruiuorn
REMEDY . "'"I StrasiKiiry.
ntm,-u rriimiiiKH ami Kxcoria
tlonn of Infanli, or
Viirlciisc VcIiih, Kn
EXTERNAL ';""K"I "I- lnllami.il Vein
fcll I UIII1HL. ui-,.r,, o, rn8, Inter-
.N. i , .nal UlceralloiiH
IllllU. .-! ItllflOl'-H. Tll-
rXTmn-nikT a t .'""rxi I lot hwellliiK.4.
LNTJRNAL ri.Niinil lliiuious, Chat
I oil or Sore J'lrt.
TTert l'tiliiir-.liiriiehsor Sail
USE. . . die l.ulli
IfVloii orU'hlllow, Krost
. isl l.imlis or I'urtK.
.HoHiiilto 111 too. Iimert
siting', Chapped llmnl-i,
I'OMl'S i:XTII.n luformilehynll Flri.
'Ihh llriiKKlNlN.Hiul recomme.iiliilliv
all DniKKift-i, l'hylcians, ami -frj'-iMiily
who Iiiih eier wml It.
I'amplilel containlnif IllHorvanil U-es rnnll
eil lice on application, Ifnot foiiiulntyour
POND'S EXTRACT CO.,
' York uml I.imiloii.
10 Hours Saved !
Cairo to Evan.vir.e in 7 Hours.
Loovo Cairo, . . . -Arrive
4:00 a. in.
11:00 a. m.
I'uisrnerrH for lrmiMVlllo Idivlnir Culrn il l
Ciilrii .V VIiici'iiik'H ltiillroud ut la in..
make, rlose connectioiH at Cm ml , uml icarli
i:iili8llli' nt 11 o'clock the tame tiiuiiiiiiir.
TK. IIOIIItN hOKU than hy any other
unite. 31. II. UUODKICII,
JAS. MAU.OItV, l.eu. I'iis'ciiki r Agt
runieiiKer A'ent, Cairo.
IS heieby kIm u that iU fault haUui? been llimle
for nioio than ulMy dayH in the payment of
a portion of thu umouut H'cuieil to lie pahlhya
cetlaln morlKufra execiiteil hy.Iameu M. lleveily
to William ( . VVelmoie ami I'reilerlek Town,
send, uilmlnltratorii, a, nt'Cllliu Towun'iiil,
ilcceuseil, iiatiil July 4th, InII, ami reconkil in
the riconlcr'n olllre, lu anil for AIvmi niler conn
ty. in the Statu of Illinois, In hook I., on mgc
'WT, Ac, anil in tliuolllcc ol thu register of ilceiU
lu IhorltyofCalrd, in miM county uml hlato, in
hook IC of ileeili, on uiku CuO, Ac. We, hu III).
ilerblKiieil, ball) iiiortfc'aRees, ill on bnlunlav,
Ihe tlcM'iilh ilay ofhepteiiiherneNt.A I), lt7,
ut 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that ilay, umlcr
anil hy virtue of thu power of talc oomulneil in
all mortgage, uliy at puhllo aucllon, to the
hlKhctt hlililer, forcnsli, at theolllcu liuihllntr of
thu trustees of the Cairo City rropcrlyut thu cor
ner of Wuhlnstnii uvcntiu uml lik-hleculh Htreot,
lu Mht city of Calm, in Alexamler county ami
State of llllnoli, nil thu rlKhl, title anil liileivnt
of culil .luinesM, licrcrly, or hl ttslgn, lu
ami to Iota mimbtrcil iu (thirteen) ami 11 four
Iwiii) in Mock mimhcreil V'J (iwenty-nlne) lu
said city of Cairo, ucconlluR to the reconieil plat
thercol, with Ihe aiipurleiiiinrea. lo tHti.fy the
inirnokea anil cunilltiou of nalil MortRago
Dated, Cairo, llllnoU, AiiKiist icth, 187S.
WILLIAM 0 WBTMOHK.
THE NEW IOW RESERVOIR "STANDARD"
Great Durability with Handsome
MADE ONLY BY
Excelsior Manufacturing Comp'y
uia, uii, uiu uuu uit jn. fllAII
AND BOLD EXCLUSIVELY BV
C. W. HENDERSON, Cairo, Illinois.
The HOWE Machine
Will stand a test of Strength of Ma
chinerythat no other Machine will. Call
and see and bo convinced that this is
the best now in the Market.
Tho Howo lvlQ.ch.ine Co.
Agency For Southern Illinois.
D. F. BENNETT, Manager.
PAINT AND OIL DEALERS.
JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF
DRUOOISTS' FANCY GOODS.
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL,
WK solicit rineiion'lence and orders from DukkIiU, l'hylclanf and General Stores In (fan
of;oo.U iiiourlliie .Sleainhoat, Plantation nnd 1 aimly .Mnllclnv Cavb 11imlIiwl ut ,
MM with reliable Drop) at remonahli! p.ite.
WHOLESALE Sc RETAIL,
74 Obio Levee.
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
ARE ECONOMY IN PRICE,
QUICK AND UNIFORM
Designs, and Giving PERFECT
STREET, ST. LOUIS. MO.
n in 2
COLLIER WHITE LEAD.
WINDOW GLASS, '
ETC., El C,
RETAIL & PRESCRIPTION
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