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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
For Pre I (lent,
Arr.i. j. Tii.nr.M,
i'f Sew York.
TiintAn A. IICXDRI4JU1,
The Indications are that the largest
crop of corn ever raised In Southern Uli
nolu, will Ih gathered this fail. The
damage sustaitmd by tho wheat crop is
not half fo great as was at first untici
During the year 1874, the one hundred
and fifty-one clerks in the pension olllec,
disposed of over -19,000 application
During the year 1S73 the four hundred
clerks in the same department disposed
of only 12,000 applications ; and still thu
1'cpublican senate resist, with might and
main, every effort made by the Demo
cratic house to lop ofT the useless, loaf
ing surplus of pension clerks. This is a
nample of Rcpublicin "reform."
McCART.NKY,of the Metropolis Times, is
ugly but truthful. Being truthful, we are
much pleased to hear him say that six
hundred Massac county Republican
have been driven out of the party, by the
"cussed foolishness'' of Willis and others
who affect the role of leaders. The six
hundred have not found their way to the
Democratic party; but it is very comfort
ing for us to be assured that they have
broken their bond of union witlt the Re
publicans. Cait. Eahs api'lied his jetty system to
the smallest outlet of the Mississippi.
When he commenced work the average
depth of water was less than eight feet.
At this time vessels drawing nineteen
feet pass and repass freely. When he se
cures one foot more, the government will
hand over to him his first payment.
Since he lias squelched engineers Hum
phreys and Howell, his work goes on
uninterruptedly uud rapidly. It is
thought he will receive his first payment
luring the present month.
Jn the year 1S00 the Republican party
declared it to be the duty ot the govern
ment to reserve the public lands for
homes tor the settler. Upon that plat
form the parly went into power ; but
since then it has given away enough pub
lic land to provide every homeless man
In the United States with a farm. The
party has again declared that the public
domain should be held for settlers. This
means that if the party is again placed In
power, it will squander or give away the
Col. Ben L. Wii.ky Is a quiet, easy
going, rest-loving old gentleman; but
i.is party ia resolved that lie shall work.
"He must," says the the Du Quiou
Tribune, "visit every nook and corner
ot the district, and take every
voter by the hand, be ho black or white,
Republican or Democrat." If the Colonel
has not devised a way w hereby ho can
shirk the greater part ot this w ork, he
wishes, no doubt, that lie had not been
nominated. The Tribune is simply in
viting him to self-destructiou.
l.N tub year 1S72 President (jrant de
clared a purpose to elevate and reform
the civil service. The numter of civil
employes at tnat time w as 57105. The
work of reform was inaugurated, and
good results were anticipated. And
what ar9 the results? The number ot
employes have been increased to 91,110;
the service is swarming with thieves, idle
cormorants and incompetents ; confusion
and shameful extravagance are seen in
every department of the government,
and the civil service lias become an actual
disgrace to the American people.
The Horse-shoe benders, ut this coiin
ty, held a Democratic ratilication meet
ing, a lew nights ago, that was a marvel
in the way of genuine enthusiasm. Four
substantial Republican .voters mounted
the stand, one after the other, and re
nounced their allegiance to the Kepubli
can party, and asked to be accepted into
good fellowship with the supporters of
Tildeu and Hendricks. Farmers sixty
years of age made their maiden speeches,
and the shout, and huz.ahs that puuet-
uitu meir uiscourses might have been
heard, by keen and listening ears, here
in Cairo. The participators in the meet
ing pledged one another to work for four
hundred democratic majority hi Alexan
der county, aud it Cairo and other parts
of the county will do their whole duty
the four hundred majority will be secur
ed. Tho Republicans may maiutain their
usetuduncy iu lear creek, but not anoth.
r loot of Alexander county v. ill he
yielded to them.
WHAT WE i;ASfT. AXl 1 lli:V
X'ot more than one-tlghth of the tax
levied upon the property tl Alexauder
county to provide for the paymeut of the
accrued interest on our city and county
railroad bonds, will be puid. it is sate
U say that ot the $57,OOo K vied for the
current year, not more tbii 7,000 will
oe pam. i i,u is not because oi an in
disposition upon the part of our projier.
ty holders to pay the tux; but because of
their utter inability to do so. Next year
the burden will be doubled, and from
year to year it will Increase, until our
most prosperous men will be unable,
though never so willing, to carry it. In
view of this condition of affairs the hold
ers of the bonds should agree to such a
reduction ol the rate of interest as will
comport with our ability to pay. U-t
them fix the Interest, for a erloJ ol ten
years, at two and one-half percent, per
auuaia, and there are no reasonable sac
rltlot our people would not make to pay
It. We may sty, indeed, that it wuuU It
yxi'if cheerfully and promptly. But the
present high rate cannot be paid. It W
equal to two dollars and forty-five
cents on every one hundred dollars of the
assessed value of all the property of the
city. That sum added to the State,
county and corporation taxes, swells the
amount to seven dollars on the hundred
a high rate of Interest. Xo ordinarily
prosperous business man can meet his
necessary expenses, and provide for Its
payment. The man whose business Is
not prosperous, would involve himself in
a ruin by attempting Its payment. These
facts the bondholders should carefully
weigh. Before the lapse of ten years the
country will, under wholesome Demo
cratic rule, regain its wonted prosperity.
Cairo will share in that prosperity, and
take a fresh start in the raw for the "goal
ot her high calling." Thm, in our days
of nrosneritv, will vu remember and re
ward those who remember us in our days
of adversity. Will not our railroad bond
holders so deal with us now as to win for
themselves a place among that number?
The Committee of Notification Wait On Gov
Tilden'and Receive His Acceptance
of the Nomination.
'I lie t'oimiituce'a Adtli c. mill Mr. 111-
!! 'M IICIUIIP.
Nkw York, July It. The committee
appointed by the St. Louis convention 1
to wait on (Jo. Tildeu in a body, and
formally tender him the nomination for
the presidency assembled in full
force at the Filth Avenue Hotel
to-day. The States were repre
sented as follows: Gen. Mct'lcr
tiand, cliii'i iiuin ; F. S. Lyman, B. D.
WiMiams, Atkansas; C5. II. Rogers, CaH
foi n'm; Adair Wilson, Colorado ; W. W.
Franklin, Connecticut; (ico. Salsbtiry,
Delaware; J. F. Harris, Florida;
II. II. Fort, Georgia; P. 11.
Smith. Illinois; B. W. Hauna. Indiana ;
It. F. Montgomery, C. Blair, W. W. Bush,
Louis St. Martin, Louisiana; S. J.Andei
son, Maine; J. .1. Abbott, Massachusetts;
H. J. Redford. Michigan; .1. X. Castle,
Minnesota; Wade Hampton, Mississippi;
H. .1. Sparnliorst, Missouri; G. B. Sclio
tield, Xebraska; R. P. Keating, Xevada;
K. Hall, Xew Hampshire; T. II. Laverty,
Xew.lcrsey; H. S. Murphy, Xew York;
W. J. Greene, Xorth Carolina; .1. C. Col
lins. Ohio; Mart V. Brown, Oregon; H
B. Wright, Pennsylvania; W. B. Beach,
Rhode Island; M. O'Connor, South Car
olina; Thos. O'Connor, Tennessee; J. W.
Dywer, Texas; Jos. Rand, Vermont; c!
C. Xnale, Virginia; J. D. Coiuben, West
Virginia; Joseph Rankin, Wisconsin.
Alter deliberating on tlie address they
telegraphed to Gov. Tilden, and he ar
rived in Xew York this evening and re
ceived the delegation at his house.
Among those present outside the mem
bers of the committee were Mayor Wick.
ham, Corporation Counsel Whitney, Col.
B. H. Harrison, Ldward Cooper, Col. V
I. IVlton,C. W. McLean. Peter B.Olney,
1 hos. C. anipbell and Smith Weed.
then read the following address on behalf
of the committee :
Gov. Samikl J. TiLiM'.x Sir: The
undersigned committee of the national
Democratic convention which met at the
city of St. Louis, stat j of Missouri, on
the 27th ult., and composed ot its presi
dent aud of one delegate from each State
of the Federal union, have been entrusted
with the pleasant duty ot waiting upon
yon aud informing you of your nomina
tion by that body as the candidate of the
Democratic party for president at the en
suiug election. It is the source ot great
satisfaction to us who but reflect the
opinions of the members of the late Dem
ocratic convention, entertaining and
bold'y advocating, as you do and havo
done, those great measures of national
and State reform which are an absolute
necessity for the restoration of national
uoNJit, pkommisitv, nuiKMUi,
that you shou'd have been selected as uur
standard-bearer iu the approaching con
test. Your name is identified with the
absorbing question of reform, reduction
ot fixation, and the maintenance of the
rights ot the laboring classes. The Dem
ocracy, in designating you as their chosen
leader do not feel that they uro iu the
position of relying merely unon vour
pledges or promises of what you will do
ir, tne event ot your flection. our
record of the past is our guarantee of
your future course. Having been faith
ful over few things, we will make you
Kl'Lfcll U Kit MAN V lIllMih.
Acconipaning this letter of notification
we also present you with the declaration
ot tuinciiilcs adont 'il hv the cmivniitimi.
W have no doubt that you will recog
nize iu mis declaration measures of .
litieal policy which immediately concern
the happiness aud welfaro ot the entire
people ol this country, and we feel that
your election to the presideny will be a
guartmee oi tneir success, uud it will be
as mucii your pleasure to enforce and
uniiiiluni llivw if ,l.vUJ m U wu.j ours; to
give mem ine stamp oi national represen
tative approbation aud approval iu their
adoption, entertaining the hope that you
will signlly to us your acccntaucu of the
nomination which we have been delegated
to tender you. aud that VOll concur u itli
the convention in the declaration of prin-
On the conclusion of Gen. McCler
HON. 11AVL1.SS W. llA.WA,
delegate from Indiana, addressed Gov.
Tilden at considerable length, and iu the
course ol his remarks s;ud: "But. nir.
wuen the Democratic party, speaking
through tho delegates assembled iu na
tional convention, m its faultless wisdom,
and with a unanimity aud determination
unparalleled iu the history of Democratic
conventions, elected to commit, if nmod.
ble, this precious charge to the hands of
another tfian Hendricks, Indiana respond
ed 'Amen,' aud to-day her people, not
only with great cheerfulness but with
great enthusiasm, all say amen to the
nouiinotion ol Samuel J. Tilden, the ac
knowledged ehlel among the chieftains of
the devoted reformers who have battled
for the overthrow of rings ami conspira
cies Iu office and out of office, and for the
restoration of honest and economical gov
ernment everywhere. Indiana gladly,
Joyfully accepts the situation In the nom
luatiou ol Samuel J. Tilden aud Thomas
A. Hendricks; she beholds again the com
plete unification of the Iemocratie party,
rc-cstablishwl upon those sound and abi
ding principles which gave it so much
strength and renown in
ihi goi dfn pays
ot it ancient ascendency, they feel that
reason, Justice, and economy are to be
once more reinstated throughout the
and. and that madness, cruelty, ana pro-
dignlitr must be swept away from every
part otttie land, nnenme consuiuuuu
had ccasrd to challenge the reverence and
oliedience of the infatuated rulers, when
civil authority was exposed to fresh en
croachment from the military, when hate
was rung as a watchword, and the
bloody shirt was floated as the banner ot
a sectional and aggressive party, when,
in fact, the whole country was writhing
and quivering in this extremity .that con
vention chose true, tried, and enlighten
ed statesmen to tie their standard bearers.
In pursuance of their action we are here
nov. Til. HEN
spoke as follows :
GEN. McCl.r.KNAXD AMI Gknti.k.mi.n op
thk Committer : 1 shall, at my earliest
convenience, prepare and transmit to you
a formal acceptance of the nomination
which vou now tender to me in belialt ot
the Democratic national convention, and
I do not desire, on this occasion, to an
ticipate anv topic which might be appro
priate to that communication. It may,
however, be permitted to me to say that
mv nomination was not a mere personal
iireferencc lei ween citizens and states-
mi not this republic, who might very
well have been chosen lor so distinguish
ed an honor, aud lor so august a duty.
It was rather a declaration ol that august
body, m whose behalf you speak, in fa
APMIMSI ItATlVI. ItKI OIS.M
with which events had associated me in
the public mind. The strength, the uni
versality, and the t lliciency of the de
mand tor administrative reform iu all
governments, mid especially in the ad
ministration ot the Federal government,
with which tho Democratic masses every
where were instinct, have led to a series
of surprises in the popular assemblages,
and perhaps iu the convention itself, it
would be unnatural, gentlemen, u a pop
ular movement so genuine aud so power
ful should stop witli three and one-half
millions of Democrats that it should not
extend by contagion to that large mass
of Independent voters who stand between
parties iu our country, ami even to a
moderate portion of " the party under
whose administration evils to be cor
rected have grown up, and perhaps iu
what wo have witnessed there may be an
augury in respect to what we may wit-
ness In the election about to take place
throughout our country. At least let us
hope so and believing so. 1 am not
without experience ot the difficulty and
the labor of cll'eetiug administrative re
ir iu:ct'iui:s a kkvoi.ttion
iu politics aud in measures long estab
lished In the government. If I were to
judge, iu Die year aud a half iu which 1
have been in the State government, 1
should say that the routine duties of tru"t
I have hail Imposed on me are a small
burden compared with that create 1 by
the attempt to change the policy ot gov
ernment of which I have been the execu
tive head. Especially is this so where
reform is to fie worked out with more or
less of co-operation of public officers who
either have been tainted with the evils
to be redressed or who have been in
capacitated by habit or toleration of
wrongs to be corrected to which they
have been consenting witnesses. I, there-
lore, If your choice should be ratified by
ttic people at the election, ana shouhl
THK CiRRAT HCTIK3
which would fall upon me, not as a holi
day recreation, but very much iu that
spirit of consecration In which the soldier
enters battle. Applause. But let u
uciieve, as 1 uo believe, that we now see
the dawn of a better day for our country,
and that difficult as is the work to which
the Democratic party, with many of its
allies and former membpr nf other par
ties, nas auiiressed itself, the republic is
yet to be renovated, to live in all future.
to bo transmitted to future generations,
as Jefferson contributed to form it In his
day, and which it has been ever since un
til a recentlperlod n blessing to the whole
people. Applause. Gentlemen, 1
thank you tor the very kind terms in
which you have made your communica
tion, and I extend to you, collectively
and individually, most cordial greetings.
The I'nrdmi Movement.
A Washington special to the Chicago
Tune contains tho following: McKee's
counsel is here again and to-day laid be
fore the Attorney-General two affidavits
which he thinks will do a great deal to
ward getting a pardon for McUee. A
man named Woodhull, of Warren county
Mis-ouri, swears that two of his neigli
bors met him one day before McKee's
trial and told him that they had just been
talking with Dyer and that the latter
said, speaking ot McKee, "Whether
guilty or not I am going to send
him ' up." The other affidavit
is by Woodhull aNo. Iu it he says
that Henry Pears, living In Vturrcnton,
Mo., told hiin that Mudd, of the mar
shal's office, wrote to him to get live good
Democratic jury men to try McKee, and
that when Pears sent the men down he
wrote to Mudd saying : "1 send you five
rebels who will send McKee or any one
else up." There is authority for saying
that the iiltorney-general does not put
much weight on these allidavits.
A Washington special to the Chicago
Tribune says: "The .Xaiunul A'
publican has a long editorial to
day in favor of tho pardon of McKee
and others, to whom It alludes as
innocent parties who have been the vic
tims of iM-rsceution and perjury. The
theory ot the article is that the real pro
jectors of the whisky frauds w hen caught
attempted to save themselves by implicat
ing a sulficient number of the president's
ollicial and personal friends to insure
final pardon. The moves on Avery.
Babcock and McKee are instanced as of
this character. The article concludes
w ith the declaration that at the projicr
nine executive clemency should Inter
vene It U InnUcd upoii hy tlia frlemls
oi those seeking pardon ns a sure mdiea
lion that their efforts are to be success
liruul nnil 'o. Dyer.
(I ron the New York Bun.)
President Grant, now that all his hopes
of a third term lutve been finally des
troyed by the action ot the Cincinnati
convention, is pursuing with his ven
geance those officers ol the government
who were most active iu the prosecution
of the w hisky ring, aud in bringing to
punishment oilier plunderers ot the
treasury. The latest exhibition of his
revengelul nature is the removal of Col
Dyer, of Missouri, the efficient district
attorney who represented the govern
incut in the whisky trials in St
Louis, which resulted in sending several
personal friends of the president to
me penitentiary, ana gave uubcock a
ciose chance . or accompanying them.
This was enough to secure for him the
enmity of the president, but not satisfied
w tin w fiat lie had uoiiu lu those cases,
Colonel Dyer had the impudence to bring
before a grand jury evidence of the
frauds committed in the construction of
the St. Louis custom house, a matter
which, It it had lieen thoroughly investi
gated, would have revealed some very
unpleasant facts concerning Brother Or
vil, Mullett and others who are in high
favor at the White House, Including,
probably, the president's nearest and
most steadfast friend. Boss Hhenlieril.
Such a glaring instauoe ol disrespect to
relatives ami intimate friends, the presi
dent evidently regards as not only In.
subordination of the rankest character.
uui aiso a great ucai worse uiau stealing
decapitation of Col. Dyer.
ftehnra'H Paper on Main.
(from the Mlkhe Post.)
And so James G. Blaine has been ten
dered and has accepted the appointment
to the United States senate from Maine 1
One of the sadest results of , the ctvll ser
vice system 1 Instead of refusing the
appointment, as any honest man would
have done in his place, he accepted it.
The house committee are perfectly right
in taking up tho investigation against
Blaine again, and in pushing it forward.
Had he ttccn satisfied to remain a
member ol the lower house and have
kept quiet, no one would probably have
thought of prosecuting the sick man any
longer. But now the committee should
continue with the prosecution, and by so
doing, they may spare the nation the
shanie of having a criminal in the
United States senate. It is vitally impor
tant to abolish a system of running the
civil service department by which poli
ticians like Blaini have becomo party
leaders. Reform. thorough reform ol the
civil service, is what we want, and the
way to get It is to follow w hat Hayes say
about It in his letter of acceptance.
Till. niKAHo I U;e lHN.
Ciuc.uio, Jure 2. The municipal
election for Mayr t-day resulted in the
election of Moni'ie Heath, by the follow
ing vote: total vote, ifU.Ui 2; Heath over
McGrath, 1.,!j: Heath over Kimball,
11.013; heath over both, S,-J."s). Heath
carried 17 out of the IS wards, 'i lie
Tribune claims this as a straight-out Re
irni:o.v anp nmsTow.
Lniisvii.i.i. June 12. Mr. Henry
Wattcrson w II publish a letter tomorrow
to the elector of this congressional dis
trict acccpti!! the nomination fur con
gress nluioot unanimously ottered him.
It is uiulerstonil he will ha"vo no opposi
tion in his nil! hut it is minorcd the
Republicans rull nominate the Hon. B
II. Bristow, h.te Secretary of the Treas
ury. ton i:ikx.
Maiisii ai l. III., June 12 The Demo
cratic convention r the Fifteenth con
gressional district met here to-day and
nominated the Hun. John R. Fdcn of
Sullivan. Moultrie county, for congress,
after the twenty first ballot.
Whole-tale uut KWuil Ih-ali-r in
Foreign and Domestic
U I.M S OF ALL UIMH,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvce,
MKSSRy. SMYTH :o. Iive eoiihUnlly
A Unite Htuek ol Sir Ix-it iroo.li in Oi- iiiur-
kot, ami give psMH'iHl snnitiuu to l he nhuli-ttitle
esjH-ciHl SUrntiuu '
ran rii ol tne bUHim-nrf.
I' AI XT AN D OI1.H.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
7all Paper, 'Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwuyi on hunil, thv ci-li bruteil llluininatiriK
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
IN THE CITY.
Good Sold Very Close.
Corner 19th pi. and Commercial Av
0. O. PATTER & CO.
t'OUMISNIO-V m.it IIAMTS.
STRATT0N & BIRD,
AGENTS AUERljJAN POWDER CO
57 Ohip Levee.
BOX and BASKET CO
All kiuJa (iftrd end soil,)
FLOORING, HIEING, LATH, &o.
If 111 bK Yard.
Corner Thirty-Fwurth Street and
vaiet do ny
Ibon.,. Aaur, " '
i- leu a j reiue-f ft tNbllK Co.. Si Lw.ii, M
the public funds. Hence the
ao i nr.
Notice g bereliy Riven tint default hav
ing been made fir more than Mxty day in
tlie payment of n portion of the amount Pie
cured to be paid by a certain niort
naito executed bv John llodgr to
Samuel Staati Taylor end Kdwin
1'arnon. truster of the Cairo City
Property, dated March 11th 1HH4, mid
recorded in the recorder' ollice in and lor
Alexan tercounty, In the M:te id Illinois,
in bonk "I." of ileedt, pnio WM, vU: The
iinlcrikrii d the successor of said tru-ters,
will on Wednesday, ,c 1 'it Ii dav ot duly
next, A. I. 170 at H o'clock in' the fore
noon nftliiit day, under and bv virtue of
the power of sain contained fii's-dd mort
raire, sell nt public Miction, to the highest
bidder, for eh, ut his ollice, corner of
Washington avenue and KlKhteeiith tdi-cet,
In s:ild t ity of Cairo, in Alexander county
and State of Illinois, all the rlcht, title null
interest of said John Iloilyes or his assigns,
in nnd to lots numbered 17 (seveut'-ein iind
Is (eighteen), In block numbered no (ethtv)
iu the Klri-t addition to MM City ol Cairo,
acconlinjr to thn recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenances, to satisly tho pur
poses and condition nf said mnrtirnjre.
Iated, Cairo, li June 27th 170.
S. .STIAT8 TAVI.OK,
Trustee, of the Cairo City Property.
Notice is hereby jiiven tliat default h:v
iiic been made for more than sixty days in
the payment of a portion of the amoiiut se
cured to lie paid by a certain mortuno ex
tuicd by J.iTes llyan to Samuel Msats
Taylor ami Kdwin Purou, trustees ol the
Cuiio City Property, dated t lir Pult day ol
May, A I. lo7:l. arid recorded in the record
er's ollice, in slid tor Alexander lounty, in
the Sta'e ol Illinois, in book liof dceds.paf;e
fie'c. The undersigned, the successor of
said trustees, will on Wcliusday, tho tilth
day nf July iuxt. A. 11. 17(5, a. 10 o'cljeW
in the forenoon of that iiy, under and by
virtue of the power ol sale emtained la
said liiiirl.'.ik'i'. -ll ct public auction, to the
highest bidder, for cash, nt his otliee, cor
n r ol Washington avenue and I'.ightecnth
street, in said city ot i aim, in Al-.ander
county and State of Illinoi,, all (lie right,
title niid interest of said James I'yan or his
assigns, in and to lots numbered 1:1 (Thir
teen) and It (l-'ouricciii, in block number.
ed (Twenty-eight) j t-I ii-t addition
to said City ol Cairo, according to the re
corded plat thereof, with the appurtenan
ces, to sa'-isly the purposes and comlitiun
of said mm tuaKe.
luted, Cairo, III, June '27lh 1sTJ.
s. St a at Ta yi.ok.
Trustee of the Cairo Citv Property.
Mierlll n Sule.
I'.y virtue oi an execution to me dirii-ted
by ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, iu the Slate of Illinois, in
lavor of IScruard McMaiiiis and a;aiust
James A. Fry, I have levied upon the tol
l'ing dcstiThed propel ty. in First Addit
ion to the City of Cairn, in the County of
Alexander and State of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the ViKht. title and interest of paid
James A. Frv in and to lot numbered thir
teen i lit) iu block numbered forty-seven ( 17)
which I shall otl'i r at p il. lie 'sale at the
South-west door ol tlie Court House in the
City id Cairo, in tlie Comity of Alevauder
and Mate ot Illinois, on the lllth d.iv ot Oc
tober. A. s7tl, at the hour ol eleven
o'clock, A . .M., for cash, t satisfy said ex
ecution. Al.KX. II lK IS,
sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., July PJ, I87t. " did
Chattel Mortgage Sule.
1 i V virtue nf a chattel inurliriiire, rv-ciiti'd hv
J J.. Ii. Millord and H- I.. Murrill a. nveivrr
of the l.uirn ami Viiiccmii's niilrwud and the
Cairo null iinennes railroad company, to
the mule rsignisl, lM.riiK date teliruarv 1st,
sT"., we will, on the &M dav nf .Inly I'sTi.. ui
IliPliuur ill' 1 o'clock a. in. , at the round lmue
ot thr Cairo and iiR-eniu-s railroad, in Cairo,
Illinois, iiroi-4-ed to sell, nt puhlii-. vi-niliii-1 the
liilfheM bidder, the lulliiwiiiir dcscrilml pro.r
ly, iM-ing a ixotioli ui the rulling stork ol Ihe
said ( aim and V infcnne railroad, and a por
tion ot the property di-MTilwd in said limi t (tuwc,
lo-wit: I'.i.x cars niunls-ied ten . twtniv
(-"), twenty-two (.'), twenty-lour thirty
(:i"). Ihirlv-two ( !-'). thirty-lour (.il) , thirty
eiL'ht (--), forty-six l ) , tilty-two ( V) , tiny. nix
('), seventy-two (Ti) , sevi-utr-P.ur (74), eihtv.
i ei-j, one ii ii non-U unit six i es.j , one hunon-d
and fourteen (111) one liunilredaiiil twenty (e."),
one Tliuulred and Iwenty-iwo (I--.') one hundred
and twi-nty-eiht (l-sj one hiinibed and l-oiy-two
(H!) , one liiunlred and forty-six (I !') uu-l
one hundred and sixty ()'") .
r'lst and coal mi liuinlM-red iwcntv-seven ( -T),
thirty-nine (-!') and forty-live (l.jthat the
trims of Miii) tide ure ra-h iu hand.
t'ated June 17th, If7.
liii:I.L, MOUiiAS A i n.,
'-jo-d-eod. .MortKiii-'is-s .
maw ri .y irm:i; ur
(Book and News Black a Specialty
17 North Fifth Street.
Our Inks aiv of a superior uulif v, iH-ini; made
from (he lies! ingredients uml under tlie personal
siiK-r iuiou of a practiual printer and pres.iuan,
thi rel'im' we will .umnnlw Kvery PounU o Ink
sold to be ol Superior Jet Black, Quick
Dr-inir, and Entirely Free from Settint?-
Our prices are fiv.iu :.n ill to I'EK ( EXT.
l-OWKIt limn any other Inks inaiiulitctured iu
tlie t nileil States.
A tril of a eiunple le will convince any
priuterthat be has been piiyin.n nearly doulile
w hat hu nhould lor his Inks in limes pa.it . Put
up m kers and barrels to nuit purchaser.
Keystone Printing Ink Co.
17 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
olilainea in in,, fulled
Mutes, i.'uuuila, ami Ku-rojM-
; terms as low as
those of any oilier rclia-
nie noiie. torreiioii
deuce iii toil in the r.n-
lish and foreign anruaves, won inventors, A l
t orncysat Jjiw, and oilier Soliciitors, es-.-mll
w th tlni.se who have h:nl tht-ir i-ik-rrt rejivled in
theluiuds ol other uttorueys. In n-iec led rases
our li es are reasonable, and no charge is made
unless we ale llivc.ilid.
T f If you want a put-
L enl.neud us a luo.1,1
' tvVeviill nuke an
exiiininutioiiat the patent ollice, and II wu think
it patentable, will send Joll papers und advice,
and prosecute your case. Our lee Will I iu or
diuary cases, -'.
1 T oral or written in mailers
pelt, Kx-Comndssloncr of Puiiiits,
Clcvelund. Ohio O. Jl. Kelley, Ewj., Rec'v
Nutioiiui Lirunse. Louisville, Ky. ; CtiiiuuiHlur
iun'l Auiiiien, I'. M. N., YVasfiliiKUm, l. V.
tSend tstaiup for our "tiulde lot ohlain
intel'ateuts," a hook of 'si paites.
Addles : l.oilU llitKKfr A t'o., Sulici
tors of Patents, WashiiiKiuu, i). c.
w C3 TTi I U
lW UNION, CUTS, BRUIStS, tint..
BUi,fil.iilJi.nii. a 5 vuu i .. ri',i
. .sk tikfUiiNa 4 CO., imitsjUiiut:.,
f day rurantcaa Mia our
(rfJl UMr A. Drill. tlOO biuuiS
Clll lNJlo Mooa AienU. AUer book
rwm0 titm. j 04 Au;f w. at. uui, 41
(Or If phctd ia a Una, crr)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
EVEKY STOVE IS
Wherever t'sed or Sold
ii We!y Wiihaai a Mi!
d It NEW Ml S
Noh. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 40
Are a Marveloiin ( llibin:ilioli of
And all Ihe Kssenlnd Points hu pit loMukeiin
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
l.vei- Oltere,! to the l'iil,le
Made 1 inly by Ihe
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
o. i l 1. i;k, and ri N. Main "l .
.SI. I. null, Mn.
O. W. HENDERSON,
THE UAIIjV BULLETIN.
FHY. llLI.l.KHN is published i very morning
(except Mun. lay) In the Hull. -tin KiiildinK, cor
r.cr Washington avenue and Twel.tii tri-t.
Tn llLi.Lirii is w-rvwf to city anbai-ribert by
faithful carrier at Twenty-Five tenia a Week,
payable weekly. HyMuil, (m .vn.e), tlOK-r
annum; sin monili, '.; ihiee months, (!; one
THE WEEKLY" BULLETIN.
IuhlisUel every fhiirylay inorninf; at I
I: annum, invariably in advance. 1 he k.Ukb
on the Weekly will U- prepaid at this ollice, q
that subw ribers w il ohiaiu for a subscription
rice of 1 a ear.
Ituslness Cards, per annum, I k; iki
One sipiare, one usertioi , ii
line sipiare, two niM-rtioiH I w
Une srjuare, one wie , n .Ml
One Muimni, two wuks ... J an
One suure, three Weeks 4 (w
One .ipire, one 11101111 (l
One iiuire, one insertion (hi
Kw-Ii ubse.iieiit In.wittM, w
L)"One inch ia a tenure.
IJ To regular adverilaera V e offer giiiM-rlor iu
diKwiiiciitM, both as to rate id 1 har;r and man
ner of displaying their favoia.
OcinmuuloatlouM upou auldoU of rn
ml ibtamat to tbx publio olloltcl.
KtA II Itu&iaeaa Letter ahoidd be addreaaeil la
TAiro Bollel In Company.
1 - 1 : -
; a n r.itTlEWr.Ti.
P f VIHlllMi I'AfltH with jour name flne
nl I ly printe.1, ent lor i t. We have hik:
Wntyles. Airentu Wanlcd) U pamplea ent
f , nip, A.lt.r'LXLKIt BfoeLton,Ms.
"Ki-rea I lie fliiiter na liclil nn ynti
i-iin. thufn rht'iinialisiii 1 one turn nion-, Uml n
Kout," in ii Iitini iar description of these two
diseases. 'I IioiikIi each may ami doc ultnck
cllllei-ent Mirtiiilis of Ihe system. Ibe cause i Is
lieved to U a poisonous acid in the blood. I'll
rify this by the use of
TAlilt A.NT'tt SKI.T.KIt AI'KIJIKNT.
It will do ltd work speedily and thoroughly It
is the preat friend nt the sufferer from Kheilina-ti.-m
Mll.ll liV AM, DHl (i(. l.siT;.
Adayathtnoe, Affenta wantwl. tiulflt
and terms free. 1 111 'K A. (o., AiiKUsta,
t7"AN I'KI. Travel tnir "atintnefi. r'air aal-
V ary and epen-es stid. I.cin .Man 'I 'n I o. ,
M 1." mis, Io.
THE NEW YORK
procure I'KNSIi IN NS for Ollice r aid Soldins
wound 1 .iniureil or rupture, however slihlU ;
obtains an incrt-M-e of obi rstes; i-ollieti arnais
of pav an 1 hoiituy , etc No clnrire unless eue-n-s-ful.
filters" promptly aisveiTl by B'l
Iich -1 n f .1. II . r( II' .,, Attorney a liwr, -l
b.uiibers .sire.l, New Voik tit), care P.O.
n ...... ,..,.
feiiuile agents in tb-ir l.ii-Alit) .
A l'L t I.' ....U.....I.JUI ,,. .1 ... 1..
t.osis notiniiK to ir? h 1 i iiciiimn
free 1' 11 VII. K Kit V A ,
frt UOn l-erday at home. Samples worth
3t? 10 ty4V u hlill,m A cn.pan.
-Ubrmcrl f ir p Pnrlty, Kfrenrthand Flavor
Warranleil to K"p Pl Kl.n. We f.uaranlre It b
entirnly free Iroin tiilphurir Arid or oilier di'leteri
wxukikic p, with whli li Mot Vmrgar lisdullrrali-il
I- .ir lukle iy all llr-M-er. .nrieft 'ln,1ar Work In ibi
Hi.rM. f.-UlbAtM. K. L. I'ltUitHLSQ CO.,tblJ
I'.ul l-rrp poin ele here t' do to. vicl fr
circulars of N . V. leleitmph Instiluie, Jam s
ille, i-coiisin. H(im.fi-!i-.t by fupt. of
Western I ninn leleKraph 1.0 , b thn-nlyre.
liable school in the V c-t-
Juui tiou of liro idwav, 7th Avunua mu t
4 id Street.
NEW YORK CITY,
I liree I'docka west of ;r.nir! C'ftitral Oepot
near the Kb-vuted It iilroad, and but twen
ty minutes from W all Mreet. All modern
improvements. Kales ?i per di. Lib
eral lenns to famalies.
CHAS. E. LKLAND, PioprUtor
(If leleali House, Altiany, N. ..aod
Clarendon Hotel, -arjloss. ' 7-T-doin.
I oll I II
,;'( W nliinKtiu
hiki a ruh 1 nt
K I reel. hi.
1-MtfO. I Umitlo.
l.butli'iefl 'n Ibe
Stale of llliuon,
tor the exprei.
lainiose ol rivini?
, iiuinetliaie li-lnl
11 ml cases of private, chroiiic, and miliary 'li-M-ases
in all their rumlii'utis forms. It is well
know n tknl Iir .lamei, has fIimhI at the head of
the profession lor the )-! Jo years. Ave and
t-ipcricni-eureitd-ltiiiiortaiit. Heiiilmil fk.
tieia, niitht 1osm-s by dreams, pimples -n the
face, lost manhood, can posituely lie tinted
Iji'Iics wautiuir the most delicate alleutlon. call
or w rite. I'b-a.-unl home for talienls. A Is. ok
for the million. Marriage l.uide, which lulls
you all about these iliseanes w ho should marry
--why not pi cents to ay poftue. lr .lames
has HI roms and parlor Vou see no one but
the doctor nin e hours, a a 111. lo 7 p.m. M111
days, I" to 1-. All bll.iuiess strictly conlldeii
To whom Pensions are
nlTT KVEnY Holdler
fT f f gPtT"4"" while la the Hoe
and discEarge of duty, either by a-ydiiU c
otherwU tboulj bavo a perjioo. Tbe loas ot
a flo(er entitle you to a pension. A rupturut
So matter how tlih-ht, ft I res yoaapanalon.
Tbe lost ot a toe Rivet you a ptnuloa.
Tbe lost of an ere riyea 70a a peatlon.
Any Inlurr will f We you a pension- ,
who are now drawing a pension, are jnatly entl
tied loan lncreaso. TTT1aTltl I f
Bay-(send 1 stampaXIVl Uil X X ti
luroopTof Peuama aad Uonnty Acta.
Addi. p. h. FITZCERALD,
United State Claim Apent, Imdiikapolib, Imiv
ttfrOo all letter mark V. O. Box U..Jlt
'itue tut la wt.t MI4T rou u Uiit tlmtliraai.
Kmrlish lirus-fcls. Three Ply and Inu'rain,
also, Mjir t'aipets, ilvet"l!ii(,'s, crumb
Cbdhs, Oil Cloths, etc., vtrv cheap
at I ho Old Place
112 FULTON ST., HEW YORK.
Carpets c-ireliilly jiacked and seul In any
lait ol'tlio t'niied Male Ireeofchari'.
r. r' send: for price list.
T-l-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
(now DA SHINE)
f . 1 1 1
Jva-I ill ij Lit
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
fly the use of which every family may itive
their l.ineu that brilliant polish peculiar to llae
laundry work, havinit limeand labor iu iroiu;
iuK, more tlisu its eulire cost. arranted,
Bold By Druggiiti aud Orocari ?erywher
ASK Full DOflMN.H'.
DOBBINS, BROS. A CO., 13 N. 4tU St.
The last chance for good agricultural lands 011
Ta Vsahs' CatoiT, at hixricu ttxr. interest,
itm't ruu anv risks, but to to a country that has
been proved to be good. Mead your address by
Iioslal card ta Laud Coiu'r B. 4 M. K. P. ,
lurliiiRlon. Iuwa. aud reeeiye free copy of Iowa
and Nebraska f armer, with ch art or land, aud
ow round trip raiet.
J- Tl tu.
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