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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
iNrri. j ninix,
rf N w Ynik.
THUHAft A. imnRU liN.
1'hk small pox l. rnvngiiyr T.onlnii.
Kinr thousand persons vHte.i tlie
Centennial prounds on Hip H.i Inst.
II ayi.5' letter of acreptflnocis nnxiou-ly
InoLeil Inr by lii party.
The fears concerning CLiino'i lieultli
grow more serious. lie ha not horn im
proved lij" Itia rcinnval to Maino.
Senator Morpu.l coin hided to step
into Bristow'i shoe. iu &3Mitne.l con
trol of the treasury department on Wed
nesday. Ol'B exchange totitnin many leler
eneos to itching lienJs on tho morning nf
the 5th. Cairo celebrated the (Yiiti'iinUl
4tli with the greatest sobriety.
The preetibaekers ol liicajro melon
Wednesday night and decided to not lo
?ert Peter Cooper for Tilden or f'r Hayes.
They believe tliey possess immeii'-e
Ftrenrtlu and w 111 l.ilv.r lor the -m cc-"
of their ticket.
Thk cholera! reported u niiii'imlly
prevalent in arimi portions of India
thh year. An outbreak of the disease at
(Jolwood, a village on the ltotnhny and
Baroda railway carried otl' fifty-seven in
habitant in halt a day.
i hl crtrp. is still on the fence. Jlc
i toes not like Hendricks, docs not dislike
Tilden, and does not like Hayes and
Wheeler very imkIi. The fastidious ( arl
ought to retire Irom the canva it will
doubtless run without him.
t.iov. IIayks, attended by his two son,
held a rec eption In Philadelphia at the
Ohio State building in the Centennial
grounds on the 3d inst. The reception
lasted from eleven a. m. until two p. in.,
and was attended by many distinguished
1'i.NCUUACK w ants twenty thousand dol
lars from the United States to pay him
for making tbq senatorial content. The
Senate discussed the question on the 3d.
ISayard and Saulsbury opposed, and
Morton in favor of giving Pinchback the
Varkk Godwin, formerly editor of
the Sew York. Evening iW, accepts Til
den and all his nomination implies m
l,WlulWr,"-,rnT nihil -iVtl'io platlorm,
'and the ring-breaker of New York will
'prove the ring-breaker of the nation."
Mit. Bkisiou sjiM in his speech at ; iu
t Inuuti, in eulogy of .Mr. Hayes, that he
is a sate candidate fur the presidency
"that he has made no mistakes." This
may be true of Mr. Haves, politically,
&nd it is true in the same sense of fifty
thousand other men in the Vnited States
more or less, but it is no evidence thi.
they are good material for presidents..
The Cuurlcr-Jvurnal, edited by one Of
the most accomplished gu hers of the
uge, gu-hed over the Philadelphia cele
bration of the Fourth. It called Mr.
Kvarts' oration "uiajTiiiiccnt," and Bay
ard Taylor's ode ' marvelonsly bcauti-
f.d." it Watterson goes ou in this way
he will fall into the wickedness of again
ehaking lils valiant Southern fist f,t Gen.
The president and Commissioner Pratt
arc not a unit on the subject of the re
moval of Mr. Yaryau and the friends ol
the commissioner say they would not be
surprised if his relations to the inter
ual revenue bureau should soon cease.
Grout hai announce. 1 hi determination
to ' 'please luinselt during the remainder
Ci l.i teim'' and will not brook the ex
pro . nofa difference of opinion from
anvtvJ. This bnng the case. Pratt will
soon bid good bye to the revenue service.
The Memphis Appal and Aculum-hr
are preparing to abuse each other. The
Aialururht, a success in paragraphscut
ting, fearfully provoking paragraphs
has been of law Indulging in tho pastime
ol throwiug these little mu,I balU of the
I-ress at its ite.ghW. For tluie.lhev
jal endured the provocation In dignified
; ilence, but on the 5ib, stung Into anger,
it threw back at the Aralaucf, a long ar
ticle, in preparation ot which kind of ar
ticles the Appral cannot Io excelled, and
literally crushed its tormentor. The, foot
ol the elephant was put down upon the
huu'jtliat walking by its ide would
bleat at it. And now, rising in its might,
Ibis lamb will kg doubt, attack the tie.
pliant wilh lury, and but stand back
and witness the furious bailie!
Thi. New York A'ar; tavs theCincin.
nati convention was a convention ol
jo-tmasters, collectors, revenue agents,
revenue suptrvUor and other lederal
ofliee-holders and f all grades of State.
county and municipal otlicers, and that
these constituted the element in the con
ventiou that defeated Mr. lirlstow. The
Xatim therefore arguo; that all political
privileges aside from that ot voting
.hould be. denied to men holding clllclal
position. The Xatiun U for Hayes, and
says that one of the first fctep of the re
form government ot which Mr. Have is
to be the bead, must be to make a re
formation In the civil feervke. but the
aixty thousand office-holder', who de
feated Mr. britow and ure tothubhutic
In the support of Mr Hayes, w ill take Is
sue with the SatijH as to Have' first fctep
HA ftrrt AAur.i xt:n jrnftr. .
A meeting of Hie American Woman
Siiffrnfru Association was held In horti
cultural hall on the centf finlal jrniHiiil
on the third Ins!., lo celebrate ihe one
hundredth anniversary ol the establish
ment ol woman siili'rare by the prov
ince of New Jersey. Addresses were
made by "Liny stone, Julia Ward Howe
and others," i)iadi pUihol thatdatr,
who endeavored, hy citing minieroin
example, to show that women were ns
well calculated to hold po.iitiom ol tru t
and intelligence as men. The const it u
tkm ol Ihe 2d of July, 1T7C, id New
' It-r'ey, wldoh continued In fori until
'1?14. wi n Tel red to.under which women
availed them elves of the ruftrage at the
poll", and pertinent leiniik" were made
upon the subject."
'1 he history ol w oman s mirage in tlis
State ol New Jersey is not very encourap.
ingto Ihe suflrarrites. Women enjoyed
or p ecd rather, the riht to vote in
'ev Jersey lor along term of year', not
often availing them elves ot the privilege,
however, the pro-occupation ol the se,
married women, especially, cau -ing them
to lorego or tot get it. In a work compiled
bt Lucy Clone and Antoinette black well.
we are told that they had the evidence of a
venerable resident ol Cam Orange that "old
'maiJs, .widows and unmarried women
irequently voted, but married women
'verv seldom," and that 'the right wa
recognized, but very little was said or
thought about it in any wav." Hut in
1S.17, an election oceured in K-sex county
which created great excitement. The
que ition was the. location of a court house
and jail, Newark wanting to retain the
county building and Eliabetbtowu
striving to have them removed to Iay's
Hill. The election excited great inter
est, and every voter, black and white,
mule and female, was brought out, ami
under cover ot the female vote, the great
est frauds were practiced. I.ads, both
'whitc'and colored, and under age, Were
'dressed in woman' clothes to
swell the ballot; women voted,
not only once, but n often as by the
change ol dress and the complicity of the
'inspectors, they might be able to repeat
'the process : the property qualification
was disregarded; aliens, and boys and
'girls not of full age, participated and
'many of both sexes 'voted early and vot
cdotten.' and in Acquackanootik lovui
ship which contained three hundred legal
'voters, eighteen hundred vote were
The aflair caused a great scandal and
much indignation. On the meeting of
the legislature an act restricting the right
ol suffrage to white rualc citizens over
the age of twenty-one years was
passed, and by this measure tho constitu
tional right to vote, granted by the con
stitution of the province in 1770. was sus
pended until 1?44, when the State adopted
a new constitution conferring the ballot
only ou white male citizens twenty-one
years of age.
The oration of Hon. Win, M. Kvarts,
delivered before a great concourse of
occasion. After the inemoi v" of the
irraud display ot the Centennial .......
shall have passed away, this address will
be read, not by ihe public, for it con
tains nothing or little that w ill ph ase the
general ear, but by the philoooplicr ami
student ol history. It is an exceedingly
able but dispassionate an almost
cold discussion of the origin ot tho gov
ernment, its establishment and devel
opment. Ill this paper is very little of
patriotic tire. Its beauties are those of
the iceberg upon whhh the rayg of the
moon full in beauty this moment, and on
w hich anon fall .the Tteains ol the morn
ing sun. There are beauty and bright
ness in it, but no heat not one burst of
that impetuous eloquence vv hich has been
liLcnxd to tho fierce lory of a conflagra
tion fa.ined into greatness by the
breath of the storm. On this oc
casion, Webster would have fpoken
with a pomp and cir.um
stance of 'tntcneef , w i'h a great volume
of patriotic voice, that would have
chained attention, arou.el patriotic
emotion and made the fieatt of every
American oil lon tingle with pride of
country. lay would have wnf out
burning uorda ili.it would have t un upon
nimble l.et until they hud set in
patriotic coniUgration every heart in all
our wide-spread lioiders. Bur Mr. Kvarts
diil not permit the emotions to dli tato
one sentence ol Lis address. A s coolly a.
the judge delivering an opinion, as dis-
pa -innately aj the philosopher discuss
ing ahMruo principles, he wrote his
oration. As coolly as he wrote
it, the people listened to it, and without
an iuipul-ive emotion they, will read it.
They will say as they read it : " This is
all (rue; (hi man has studied his rui.jucl
welt," Mil then rj will put it 'aMilc.
Years after this they will tell their .child
ren that the oration Kvarts dcliveicd
on the Centennial Fourth wa a "great
eflort," but not one passage of it will lin
ger in the public memory eveu for a day,
I I M i. 4 II TOR 0(.KI ftK
The Sun publishes "arumor" that It D
ihe intention of the friends ot D. T. I.in
egar, Ksq., to induce him to become a
candidate fur congress to go into the
Democratic convention ami attempt to
defeat Mr. JlarUcU. We veuture to tay,
very emphatically, Uat the Sun made
this assertion without any reason lor It ;
that ihe editor ol that paper never heard
any Democrat bay that it was tho inten
tion of any Democrat to run
Mr. I.inegar lor congress; that
the Sun made the "rumor"'
out of w hole cloth. We do not ay that
a uew convert inuft take a back scat, and
we know that tome of the friends of Mr.
I.luegar are of those who, while they
will have only the "straight thing,"
make an exception in favor ol Drve, bo
cause he is such "a good fellow, you
know," but we believe no Democrat
not tveu Mr. Unegax' most euthu.kutic
admirers de.ire to put him forward in
the Iietnocratlc party just at this time.
He himself don't want to be put for.
ward. He is anxious to wait. He
Is not. - unaware T H fort ;Umt
he will make inching by not wftlUng.
He has noAer thought ot trjl'r "
Mr. Ilait.ell from the eor,rrelonal
track, for Ihe purpose ol leading the lie
limn party in this district. The S,i didn t
tell Ihe truth when it 'aid Mr. I.lnejrar s
Iriends were preparing to d. tlii thing.
InMiort, Ihe ,SV drew tho lonjr bow
when It made this nssertion.
Till: Ml ATI: TH'UM'.
Shall.we adopt the lrdeM'iue.nt Slate
ticket or nominate a . lull ticket of our
own? That U tlw question. Probably
thei'enllemen who iiianafre things have
determineil what to do in leicnnce to
this matter, hut, if so, they hate kept Ihe
recret well. We have been informed that
the Independents w ould, if npiccahle to I
the Democrats, withdraw their
electoral Inker and cndo e the
Democratic electoral ti 'kel : take olHwo
of their candidates lioin the State ticket
the candidate, lor governor not . being
one of those and permit the i lemocrat5
to fill (he blanks f,n the ticket, and atter
the election concede the I'nited States
senator to ir. We do not know
whether Ihe gentlemen who control
the Independent party could make
good fitch a contract whether tin y ran
deliver as well a promise ; and it is ju-t
possible the people might riot admire
such Hading between parly manager.,
besides, in a reform parly, f landing upon
high principles, Mich a bargiin would
look peculiar nlmost corrupt. It would
be, In fact, shocking. Hut if the Inde
pcndciits could be induced to meet In
State, convention at Springlleld on the
2tli inst., and lormally come into the
Democratic party, the matter could thus
be amicably adjusted ; ami then all the
jrentletnen who are Datriotieallv con-
trolling that organization could tie
tenderly cared lor.
At the meeting of the national typo
graphical union in Philadelphia on the
3d, the committee appointed on the erec
tion of the proposed monument to Horace
Greeley, reported that in conjunction w ith
a committee of employing printers ot
New York city, they have been attend
ing to the construction of the granite
work ot the base, pedestal and coping of
the monument. The stone work will be
completed by the middle of next month,
and the bronze figure (a colossal bust)
will be ea-t by the 1st ot September, by
Robert Wood A Co., of New York.
The first proposal v;s to make a type
metal statue, but it would not stand ex
posure to the weather for any length cf
time. Several thousand pounds ot old
type were received in 1S7J. The total
contributions thtw far received toward
the monument amount to $3,233 70.
Tin. New York Methodist has been
looking into tho religious record of Gov
ernor Hayes, and wc now state on the
authority of the Methodist, that Hayes is
not a member ot the religious deuomina'
tion ot that name that he is not a "pro
'fessor" at all but he reads the bible
niirht and morning in his family and then
they all kneel clown and repeat the Lord's
rraj-er. And that's the kind of man
Hayes is negative in religion as in everv-
f'JJ(iS".t'!''. t neither a whole-souled .sortif
compromise between the two. but he
can"t cheat the Lord though he may the
THE SCALPING KNIFE.
(JENEKAL CUSTEK AND HIS COMMAND
Ihe Ijeueral. t'illrcu oiitcrra. uuU
l"f rr Mhii ol I'lte utuHuirt
Saw I.aki .l lah, July 5. A Timri ex
tra Ironi Bozeman, Montana, July 3, 7 p.
in., says Mr. Taj lor, the bearer of dis
patches from Little Horn to Tort KUia,
arrived this evening, and repoits the lol
vva-fought on the 2"itli, tliiity orfoity
miles bi-lovv Little Horn. Cu for attacked
the Indian village, w hich contained from
2,".iHi to 4,(h'ni wariiors, on one ; i.le, and
Col. Peno was to attach it on the other.
Throe companies wi re placed on a hill as
ol ... C rsiti;
ami iiitecn officers and every man belong
ing to the five companies were killed,
lieuo reheated under Ihe protection of
theie erve. The whole number killed
vva.; 315. Gen. Gibbons joined Peno.
'I lirt Indiana lelt the battle ground, and
it looked like
A .Sl.AI Oil 1 Ell-J I.X,
as it really was, U-ingiu a narrow ravine,
'I he dead were much mutilated. Tie
situation now looks .-erioits. I, en.
Tern arrived at Gibbons' tamp on a
Ktcauiboat, and crossed the command
over and accompanied it to Gen. i u-ter
who knew it was coming In-fore the tiht
occurred. Lieut. rittenden, son of Gen.
Crittenden, was among the killed.
Au Arrviiutul the Untile,
Sai i I.Aki:, July 0. A speckd corres
pondent of the Helena (Montana) If mid
writes from Stillwater, Montana, July 2 :
Muggins Taylor, scout lor Gen. Gibbon,
got here last night.
Kllll.Cl FROM Till: I.I1TI K Wl
river. Gen. Custer found the Indian
cauipot alout 2,000 lodges on the Little
Horn, and immediately attacked the
camp. Custer took five companies and
charged the thickets portion of the camp.
Nothing is known of the operations of
this detachment only as they
TlUl'K IT 11 V lilt DKAO.
M.ijor Peuo eoniuuarided tbeotberacveu
companies, and attacked the Jowt r por
tion of the camp. The Indians poured
lii a murderous lire from all directions,
and the greater portion fought on horse
back. Custer, his two brothers, nephew
and brother-iu law were all killed, and
not one of ids detachment ecacd. Two
hundred and seven pieu were buried iu
one place, and
are estimated at 300, with only thirty
one wounded. The Indians surrounded
IJeno's command, nod held them one day
in the Allh cut ofl from water, tiiitil GDr
Ipoq's command came in sight, When they
broke camp. In the night and left. The
?th caval -y fought like tiger, and were
overcome by mere finite force. The In
dian loss cannot be estlinntcii. as they
bore ofT and cached most or their killed.
Tho rcmimnt of the 7th cavalry ami
are relnri'ing lo the mouth of (he Utile
Horn, wlnre the steamboat lie'. The
Indians got all Ihe nt nH ol the killed sol
diers, Tliere wore seventeen coiniui -ftiottcd
officers killed. The whole Cn-ter
family died at Ihe head ol their column.
The exact lo-s I, not, know n, ns bolh Ihe
adjutant1 nnd the rargoint mijor vvcie
i in: I M.V i VMf
from I href to four miles long, and w as
Iw.mty mile ip the Little Horn from its
mouth. The Indian'' actually pulled nun
oil their hnrrea in foine inr t.inro-, 1 give
this as Taylor told it to mo, as ho w as
over Ihe field after tho battle.
'ihe above is continued by other Ict
trts, which say iis.fer mot with feurful
1 lio latcl, Krcnlcwl. ami inns. it-liuMp
remedy fver pul tai-thrr hy miinIuhI f lencc,
fur l h h "ai ihiii. (iiin.li, Swplilniro, limns.
t'tiWcil llrca.'t, I:' tlie (Vntmir l iniment.
Thcrr ie two kiid.s Whnl the White I.mimrat
is for the hiiunii l'ilnll. tli Villnw ( entiinr
l.iuiiiK r,t it- Un ppkviiieil, Uiiir ami ntixif..il
lini fr? ami nninul . ,itiy!'- I :i
S'lilltlt rii t ry for SvAhloi lit. It Is
pUlallt !' t:ll.i' R hiiWV, Slnl l iil.-rtlilti"
iiHiiuli ?s II m nine ti exj 1 w.nnis, cure n in
rolie, reL'iil.ile ihe l.nwul.t hi.iI xloninrli, u
rvpri'ome in unl ilitr l auvil by rusli nr rutiin
twtti. It i pcrfrr.l MikMittite lui C'a tr Oil
an i for fn-ineness in ?(iiinr or oi l iht-rp i
lii'tliili.r in eisKnee -n eli-i live anil ! .
The IM i.l.iTIS iirii.tinn
e.-tiilililnunt iniikes m
upcrialty of Hill Howls,
Noie HeailH, T'tter He!,
Stateinent.-i, tJnnls, Ktc I.cmk at IIickp prit-e:
bnmll eie till hewls, per l'.n $;l (m
MHimn si7.f lilll hew!, jwr UioiishihI 3 "i
All on fnuneen pouml paper, Carlisle mills,
rateil two rnts pvr pound hiher than paper
uet liyuny other oftice ruled to order at the
mill? esH-cially for tliit ollii e
Slntt nieiil.-, .arlyi'lp, piT "" .l o"
Letter Ilea' is, tiurlysle, (er lino 4
Note Ht'als, Uul)le, ier 1000 .. 3 (Ml
ViMtinKWiritit perpaekiisc "Sc
llusineit rurl-, No. 1 3ily llritol Ijoar'l,
jKr looo tt : to co
Bunne-s carls, No 1 likiuk, T lorn' 3 nO
yuurter-sh-i, hnlf-Kbn-t, lull-sheet nnd three-
liit-l posters, iiud ooloivl work below .St. luis
Ftini) till t, took VVuik anil 1'iic T.Uts maK'
Chattel Mcrtgag Sal.
BV virtiioof a chattel tnurtuuirv, e..'tiitel tiv
A. li. hnU'ni'il Hint II. L- M un til a-1 rt-:vivcra
of the Cuiru and Viuennen ntilriial and the
Cairo mid Vinoemico rmlroad cmpuiiy , to
tli? under-iiiied. lje.ir.HK' datu tehruarv 1st,
17', we will, on the -M day of July. lVTfi. ut
the hour of lu o'clocka. m-, at Hie round hoii;
ot the Cairo and V iucenaea railroad, in Cairo.
Illinois, proceed to sell, tt public vendue to Ihe
highest hi'ller, the folio imr deacrilieil prorxr
ty, lieing a (torlion ol the rollinif stock of the
i-ai'l c airo uml ini eiinc ruiiroad, ami a por
tion of the property decnled in Raid morltiane,
to wn: box Citr numlieie,! ten (l"i. twenty
(."), twenty-two (..'j , tweiitv-loiir (l), thirty
('l"l. IhirlV-IWo (11. Iliirlv-('..nr.:ll. ,.llv-6ix
eiifht (.is), foiiy-iT '.. enty-fotir (;t,,e,Khly-
no -;, wie otiiem'a mid ki (Pi), one huudrel
a ii' i iuiii ii vu mi) one numireuaml twii.lv (i"n)
one hundred and Iwentv-two il;.' nf. hiinilred
ami twenty-eirlit O-'") one huudied ami roily -two
lit.') , oue liiiiidrrd ami I.
one hunditil and MXly (Piij .
t lut and coal car niitiiU ieil twenty -ev. n C-T),
ll.uty-nine ( I') and torly -live H .) ; that the
terms . i .sai l sale are rash in had.
Ialcl June I, 111, I'Tl,
lliKKL, Mulil. VN . I ..
i -.'o-.t -e.nl Mitrifratri-es.
..dn e is hereby ;;iven tht Jefaiilt hav
ing' been uci.le tor more tbao sixty in
the j a ment of a portion ol tlie amount e
lUied to tie paid by a certain niort
pae exeeiited bv John Ho.lge to
amufl stuats Taylor and Edwiu
l'arsotH, tniHtee of the Cairo City
I'ropertv. dated March llth ana
re, -oi Jed in the recorder's oltiee In and lor
Alesandi rcounty, in the Statu of Illinois,
in book "l." of deeds, page 602, etc. Th
under-iiied the ucesor ot said trustees
will on Wednesday, the l'Hh day of July
next, A. I. lSTciat 10 o'clock m the fore
no.D of that day, under and by virtue of
the .ower of tale contained iu said moil
rave, -ell nt public auction, to the lii:'lic-t
iiiildcr, for cah, at bin ottice, comer rif
M a 10 ne tou avenue and Fi.Khteenth street,
iu il l City of Cairo, io Alexn cr county
anil Stitc of Illinois all the n tit, title nnd
iliUlt-tof ui I .Toll u IJo'tt'ea or Ins a -signa,
in inJ to loU nuiiilicrtd 1, (scteiit'cni and
! ."( .gliteei)!, in block nuial.ered so.el 'litvi
lo the first addition to fil.t Cilv ol Ciiiili,
annrdiiii; 'o the recorded put thereof,
with the apjinieiian.o., to aatidy thfl pur
po ei and C'lidition of : aid iooUmc.
l.ite.i, Cuit.i, IP., Juun 27th lsTii.
S. SiTIATS TaV M.K,
I riisUe of the Cairo City Properly.
Notice is hcritiy given that d.-tault hav
ing been made lor more than suly day in
the payment ofa portion o the amount 'e
ciircd to he nail by a certain uiortKai'c ev
ented In Janx a ' H an to hainuel MaU
Taylor and Kd4in 1'arsoni, Iruateei ol the
Caiio Cily Property, dated the I tub day ot
May, A.l. Is; J, au. I recorded in the record
er' ottice, in hpI tor Alexander county, in
I he .State of Illinois, in book 6 of iUeilH,pa;re
&etc. The undersigned, the succe-sor of
fald tru-tees will On Wednesday, Ihe Hit li
tlaf of July not, A. I. Is7i, a.' 10 o'clock
iu llie forenoon ot tlat da , und.-r aud by
virtue of the iow er of -:il( contained lb
aid niortL'ajze, tell at public auction, lo the
higbeKt bidder, lor ei-li, at hia otliee, cor
ncrol Va-liinlou aienue und K.iKhteenth
atreet, in aid city of Cairo, In Alexander
eoiinty and Statu o Illinois, all the rl-bt,
title and intcrert of mid Jauiea Hyau or hi
nipn, in and to lot! numbered 11 i'1'liir
teeni and 1 MKourteto), iu tilock numtier
ed '1 (Twentv-eight) in the Klrrt addition
to aaid City ol Cairo, according to the re
corded plat thereof, HilU the appurtenan
ces, to aa'.Ufy the purpoai and condition
of aaid morteaxc. 1
Dated, Cairo, ill, June 27tli IsTii.
R NTa ATM Ta VI.OK.
Trutce of tla Cairo City Property.
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
. AND CANDEE
73 OHIO LEVEE,
City national laak Boildisg, up-itairi.
The OUit EaUbllaltad Afnej In Bout
rn IlUnoia, rapraaanUng ovor
WIU Kl Fl It
In -ill Their li i si (mpr,M
Ccu.niftiii.iUii iy 1st, lb?3.
Hich Black Sils
l liv Mift C' lelii.tteil I yoni Ismmi,
At "I UH I:i-Iup1 from Ml U,
AIM ,.0 Itn.tn.w.l mini III H?,
A I Ml 1(pIik-.J from i
At tr, IM I'.eiliii'ol lioui v ;.(,
At iMIe l.'e.ln. .-.I In. i n HI l i,
At Hi OO lOslnnd lio.n HI ..
At l '2. Ce.iicnl from kl .Ml,
At 81 0 lied I Irom M SO.
mm mum i:: chess mil
la Camel' lluir, Clu vi,.tH, aid i.iii,i-hcc, lie
duewl to 7 i, , mm cenln SI, lr..ln 1 1 .,
tl .'hi, l ; . und imi.
Popular Dress Goods
In New and Fa tiioiiuhlc Kaoricn und i olori, oi-lcn-'l
l'Jc Itoilnctvl froin I He;
Inc. Itednred from V;
2ic Itcaluceil In. in :tOc;
!i.V Ite-lnced from 117c :
30c, former price lOc to 5c .
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At f'i, aiiai and I ormailv Sold at ?.',
t-'i'i and . '
iLki aud ii'ine; mil ulM
Al Jf', C and i.-i-
lii-.lu.e I IV. .iu 'i, i Hid ...
LLAMA. OTICilAl'i SHETLAND SHAWLS
ai;'i toi i:. i.i ti imitii; tot-.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The I.kIi et Talis fjlvlrs from tin l'.wi.K em
iiriU'liiK Ihe choicest noveltici i
ESliRMul'S l.r IH'C'I IONS,
Ladiea'and Cbildrena Underwear
An In.iiienie Stoik of Most licantiinl und
iiKT.I HI.K l.Ul.I.S
All at Very (iieat lii dii. lion.
Ladies', .bib hen's and tjeiitleiin u's
'I'll Eet I nxlinh French and txriiian feiol,
All Mai Lei) al liwe.-t Foa liOie 1'ri. ea,
A N It
Are thoroughly Mocked Willi the l.eat
Koodi, at the lowest package prleea. Iteau
tiful American iiiiata at and tic. per
yard; atandurd 4 4 hlcaclied good at H ;
Lonsdale) hhirtiUL'x nt the.; New York
Mill, P-'Ju.; and .V4 sheetingii at P-Mc
table m mil mm
In all the Varioua Gradci, atlSargaim.
(Which we keep at the Grand Street htor
only), we are oiteritiy Knttliat) and Ameri
can tupeatrie ut fl, former price 1 Ift;
body linaela at f 1 M, lormer price fl 80
all-wool liucratu m 7oc., lormer price, Wc.;
three ply ingrain at T 25, lornn-r price,
l 00 ; oil-clotha at to Too; former
prieci,.'oo. to 7c.
Sample of goods, and catalogue of la
dies' and mihea' suits and imialin uudcr.
wear, and Infanta' outtils, aunt tree of charge
to all aectiona of the I'nited State.
Itulea lor Nflf-uieaaureweiit aeut on appli
cation to all part of the country.
Order for gooda of all kind will be care
fully attended to, and the good packed
and lot-warded without charge. janH-wuj
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N.Y.
m aw i m .w m i
(OrlfpUeelln al!c, 0Tr)
16 MILES OF
vu1 uM-jM' :
a 1 a.ai.1
'"- .Til.'!iTv '.';'
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1375
I'.M.UI MiVK. I t
'ller l'a,l i,r Sold
Us AhoMel? Withoai a Fault!
tl It r ' r7.r :
Noa. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Area M u it). in-C.. ii.l.iiiHtir.n ,.r
And nil II, t Kaacntiat Points Hint iro to .Viatetiu
the . 1
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
In r ilerel to ui.ir.
Mudu iiily l. the
Excolsior Manufacturing Co.,
No. rtVJ. ' II. i..i und i I-N. .Main si.,
M. I.uiiIh. Mm.
Sul.D It V
C. W. HENDERSON,
O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Eooficg and Guttering a Specialty
Slate Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Rods, Pumps, Stoves
JobbiaC Prsmytlr Dona.
H i '-v- a . . .
- ire "Cfi
h .f ! T . . 1. TT J . 1
nnti m ntubiln
nalliaoeaul' .rialc, i lirmnc, :iul m nun y ili
...:iei in all llwic ci.inplicaUil l'"iin.i. Il i wvll
kuun thai lo . .I.unen l,a.i i-..ikI ul Die lieud i.
Hi- iriifcnnn fm tl.i .a. 'in ve.irj Vve and
c n. nceiii. ull iiiiiu.i laiil. kM-imiiMl VVeiilt-n-a,
mlit In-,-, 4 l,y driiiiu-i .nii.lei i.u ilir
I'.lce. In:, l iiiaiih.Hnl.i-.tu M.tivi-!y lie cure,. I
ll.i wui.Iiiik llir inn I .1.1 1. nli- nil. 1.I1..11. call
uruiite. I'lea-anl leiinc l..r laUiciiH. A Ixi'.L.
l.ir tlie riiillmn. Mairiaie Jiude. . tit. It IrlW
ydii all ai.nl tin- .liru, w li.i -Li.ul I marly
-- li V nut d" ci nt ! .sy )..Bl.ij'i-. Iir .lainaa
hits .'ul Ini.ln. met f.al L.r V mi a an bfie but
the dm tur Mine li.iiu s, 'i it 111. u V p.m. Sun-
daV-, In lo IJ. All hll .llie. Htrictlv Cwntldei,
lial. -'S-iU-l .
WfiOUSil.K AND KtlAIL
IN THM CITY.
Goods Sold Very Clone.
Career I6tb Ut. aud U-uiuiertil Av
Oil HO. IlLIlfOll
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
KORTtlSlDK OF EIGHTH ST RE El
Betw H WMhlnirton and Oommarclft
I&AU for $1.00.
len eleRHtit "lui tH i.f l lidice Miixiu urniiipl
lor tlie I'lanii I uric will hv acnt l.y inuil 1111 ie
ciit of one dullitr, (iurt jiuidj or single copies
al I ceiil eiu ll.
Tliey eau also ordered tluoiiKU any i.cwa
di-alo in the l otted fctaUa.
Hapiiier day lnHniininlal.......-Toni TSruwn
Why can 1 not Koia-ct. .... ...... ..... tlai il.le
Far O'er Ule Wava.nM ..5a lutti
lliKh Life Waltz ftinii,
l'owu wlii-re tlie Violeta Grow WeHenie
V Uen Old.In ksun hud Ilia 1'uy Wi rt. rnc
Tlte I. rand Did Kami 1,'ul.lee
1 he College Quickatei M.xldald
There' a 11 ler iu the Candle , Coote
lo you Kcally 't hink tie iJid '
Addrcaa orders to Itcnj .W. tlitcliriM k. liib
linliers M Ttiird A venue N'. Y. ii-i-in
English Brusseli. Tlirea J'ly nd lofrntin,
also, Mair Carpet, Velvet liupi, Cruiiib
Cl'tlia, Oil Clotba, etc, very i lieap
t the Old i'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpets rarelitl ly packed and ant to any
part of tlie L ulled btatt frae ol charge.
srSEND TOR PRICE f-IST.'"
7-My. J. A. BEND ALL.
Leading Journal of Southern
Will atcaiUastly oppose the policies ol tu
republican party, and rctuae tu lie train
mulled vf the dictation of any clique In tbe
It be.levtH tbat tbe Kepubllcan parly tat
nlUlltd IU luUalon, aud that tbe Uc.no
(ratio party as now organized tboiilu I f re
torcd to power.
It believe tbe Radical tfranny tbat U
icr several yeurs oppresned the foutb
tbould be overthrown and the people ti u
ouUicrn Swatei permit U d to control tten
It beileVa that railroad curorattou
u, j,ouiiniej uy lt;ia alive eLacti
kiclila fioU rAtortiii and unju-tly d-. riCi
I n t iuj; In tbtlr Uunncji tiauaa. Iluca ; j
It ie.'oulc the equality ol a ceu
lore the law.
It advo. altia Ire a romu-cica UrlJ lu:
l-Vi l.lit OllI)".
advocate reauiuptlun ol tp title jiaf
bient, au I lione.it piyucht of tho pu.h.
It advocate! economy in tba lii ..i u i
Iton cl public emir'
AS A NEWSPAPER
1 be Kullettu will publiib all the lo. at bw
el I aiio. aad a Vkllet) of Coiuiiierclai, fa
Mtical, Foreign ac I (jeceral New:,, tnd th
ilcavoi' lo please all u-te cd intercut ah
- T li K -
la a thirty-two coluinu paper, furnlsbed lo
tut.aciiber tor tbe lotv price of
$1 25 PER YEAR,
('outage prepaid. It la the cheapest pepc
in tbe Vet, and la a pleuwin r iresu
Vlxitor and F amily Cmnpatilon.
Cannot fail to see tho ui rivaled Induce
ment! ottered by The Jlullctln in tbe way
of clieap and profitable advertisement.-..