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R4iaa; MMIfr fcery Pace.
NATIONAL DEUOCRATIC TICKET
Airr.t. j. Tii.ni.s,
of New York.
TllnHAN A. lir.XltRII.K4.
A company of eight limulm! Kuro
pean Mormons p.ieI through IVnria on
their way to I'tali. on Friday la-d.
Whfxfver we think ot Custer, we
cuss, air. It is now the duty of the gov
ernment to fit down on Sitting Dull, and
end him, d n him.
The rioekneyville IndepeniaU of the
15th lost, was 5 yellow as the yolk
of an efp. It ww a half h'eet ot yellow
loster paper, and was a pretty paper, per
Thk Republicans are preparing to car
ry the South by the use ot th bayonet,
The Southern States are already being
divided Into military districts, with eoin-
niutuler ordered "to move troops to any
point, whenever, in their judgement, it
it In the interest of peaee and order."
Rainky, a colored representative in
congress, threatens to let loose the col
ored men of Ids State, armed with the
torch. This he should not do. To do so
might prcve to be his own ruin, and the
inauguration of a war of races the history
of which would be one of the bloodiest
pages ol the book of time. Keep cool,
Ifainey, and everybody.
lo rALi., good boy, we congratulate
you, Tim new dress is "perfectly splen
did," as the ladies say. It is just the
thing. Von deserve it. The Xutiuml
Democrat ought to prosper like a green
bay tree grow like a cotton wood and
tie as useful as the best fruit-growing
tiee In the world. We would have writ
ten this congratulatory notice sooner;
but we've been ofl oil a pardoning expe
dition, have bad the fever, have been
bilious, cross as a cross-cut saw, in lied
all week, and have been unwell beside.
Prksilext C.Rivr has no right to pun
ish the country and disgrace the govern
ment by a war on all those who have
earned the national approval a officers
of integrity. Hut the Republican partv
is no longer responsible lor the prece
dent's course in these matters. Its iolicy
is set tourth In the plattorm adopted at
Cincinnati, and it is represented by Wen.
Hayes, whose letter U a striking condem
nation of the recent course of (lie presi
dent. Chicago Trifulnt.
And "the platform adopted at Cincin
nati,' endorsed in every plank by the
Tribute, says : "The national adminis.
'tration merits commendation lor its bon
'orable work in the management of lo
mestie and foreign nfla'Aand President
Mi rant deserve Mio
'gratitude ot the American people lor his
eminent services in peace and in war.'
Thk DuQiioiu Tribune has a treason"
able poet, a Ir. S. M. Woodside. In a
Centennial Poem," this bard of the
bad. singing says :
"(j relit Were the hearts and mind
Or those who iramed debute
On that irauorUil league that bin, Id
Our empire, State to State."
The poetical doctor did not know
enough to know, aj the eloquent Inger-
soll would say, that the Radical party
lu national convention, not know
enough to know that it might say, with
out meaning much of anything, that "the
United States of America is a nation, not
a league." He Is a rascal and a rebel,
who says, as Dr. Woodside, and the oth
er poet Bryant, has said, that the Union
of State is a league ot States. We ad
vise the THbune to throw its poetical
doctor into the Democratic party. We
will welcome him, it he shall come leav
ing his muse behind.
A notion is prevalent among some ol
me colored jwoplc of the South that
Hayes is a colored man. and the rnostiu-
dustrious eflorts on the part of sensible
people have failed to convince
their deluded followers of the mistake
But the following story, related by one
of the officers of Hayes' regiment." uiav
perhaps help to set the colored voters
right: " hen Col. Hayes with his rci
'meut went into West Virginia earlv
'in the war, one night a large number
ol negroes left their masters and sought
'freedom in the federal camp. The next
'day Col. Jlayet tent tctry one back to hit
. 'oumer, toying that he teat there to fight fvr
'the I'aiun und nt.l Jr th, W;,;(1" f tfllm
'my. On hearing this the Cincinnati peo
'pie became lndignaut, and telegraphed
'to my informant to ascertain if the re
porta were true. He answered 'yes,'
aud Col. Hayes acted with the consent
and approval of every man aud oilicer l:i
Rostmaster General Jewell has resign
ed Lis place lu the (-abi net. It is the re
sult of one of President Grant's
utuiruuis. tie uas quite too uiany of
luewui late. uon. iyner. of In
diana, the second asblstant postiuaster
general will be appointed as Governor
Jewell .successor. It proiier to re
mark In this connection that neither the
Kepublican party nor any man or partv
.f good h-nse is nowadays respousiblo
for rrenident Cram',
doubt very mueb whether he bimseli iH
responsible for his acts, 'jhe hot
weather has apparently turned his brains
into SOUr WUl.-ChUago .Ye,a,(y jZ
The platform adopted at Cincinnati
yi: "'Ihe national administration
UMiriU coiuuieudaUou for iu lionorable
work in the management of domestic and
foreign aflalrs, and President Grant de
serves the continued nd hearty grati.
tudoofUie American people lor Ids ta
triotism and emUitnt se-rvices in war and
lo peace." Onlj one hort month ago
tbU punk of th Re-puf,lican platform re.
vriveu in nearty t-ndorsement ot
WHY. MOW NOW. 11t
The I u (Junto Tii'mn ha, on occa
sion i, streaks of good seue, but of late
it has become nlniost Imjielcssly unfair
and exceedingly foolish in it statements
concerning politics. It assures "Hro.
Oberly" that Tihlen's "barrel of money"
secured that gcmleman's immtnatioii at
St. Louis, and thatCJov. Tildenemploycd
Rilvcrtlsing agents to work for him, but
that neither that "barrel of money" nor
all the advertising agents in the country
can obtain for him a seat in the presiden
tial chair. The Tribunr knows that the
"barrel ot money" and advertising
asrents" canards can have no ef
fect with the people, who need
not be assured of what they have no doubt,
that Mr. Tilden's recommendation was
the result of an overwhelming popular de
man J. 'The people," says the Tribune,
"are not blind, neither will they shut
'their eyes and swallow whatever is put
'into their mouths." True; and it Is just
because or this fact that Mr. Tilden has
become strong in the popular estimation.
Too long the people have been led by the
Republican leaders along evil paths, in
which ha9 been exposed corruptions of
all kiuds and dangers to the Republic
the most appalling. Now, unblinded and
refusing to have their eyes shut any
longer, they are demanding that ,ov.
Tilden, the practical reformer, shall lead
them into new pastures and by the still
waters of honest and economical govern
ment. In vain will the Tribune endeavor
to persuade itself, that "their voice is for
Hayes and Wheeler." and at the same
time "lor practical rctorm anu an
honest administration." These men
are the standard bearers ot the parly that
has made practical reform necessary, and
the extravagance of which has created
the demand tor an honest and economi
cal administration of the government.
They cannot break away Irom their sur
roundings. In ollicc the corrupting in
fluences that corrupted Grant's adminis
tration would corrupt tlie-ni. This tact
the people appreciate. They know that
a corrupt party cannot reform itselt ; and
therefore they will wisely put out the
Republicans, with their manifold crimes ol
emission and commission, and put in the
Democrats, who. led by Tilden, will
have every incentive to administer the
government with honesty and economy.
The Radical party has, run its course.
Its days are about numbered. The star
of the Democracy Is in the ascendant,
and Tildtn Is the coming man, or else
all signs are false.
Mr. William T. Scott, the colored sa-
oon keeper and jmlitician, ha concluded
to ue the civil right act to "squeeze
the Cairo and Yineennes railroad com
pany, and Mr. Roswell Miller, one of the
prominent and nio-t popular otll-
cjrs ot that mail. lie com
plain that, on last Decoration
day, at Mound City, he and
Lis w ile were excluded Irom a passenger
ar ot the company by one of its em
ployes, who actd by and with the ad
vice and consent of Mr. Miller, for the
reason that he and his wife were ne-
Sjieaking with some knowledge of the
facts in the case, we do not hesitate to say
that there is nothing iu Scott's com
plaint. The Cairo and Vincennes rail
road company, like many other rail
road companies of the country,
long before the passage of the civil rights
bill, permitted colored persons to ride in
its first-class cars. This it did Irom the
first day of its completion; and it will
not do now for Scott to say that, on Dec
oration day, the company, tr the first
time, departed from thi rule, and made
him the victim of the exception.
The fact is, the car that Scott was re
fused entrance to was a car set apart for
ladies, and gentlemen a'ieorupanied by
ladies. Scott's wife, a colored lady, and
oilier colored ladies, were in the car when
the Scott-row occurred. Unaccompanied
by a lad, he attempted to go in. and was
told to not do so, as white men, unac
companied by ladies, had been told to not
do before Scott made his attempt to force
au entrauce. Tho result was a row.
The result ol the row was, that Scott ar
rived in Cairo glad that he was the ow ner
ot a whole head.
The attempt to drag Mr. Miller before
the public as a cruel denyer to black men
ol their rights, will not do. Ho has been,
from his youth up, a New England ad
voeatc ol human rights. Out ot his eyes
have flown whole oceans of tears over
the wrongs of the down-trodden African,
aud his voice was loud in hallclugahs
when the chains of slavery fell from
the limbs of the blave. Of
old he worshipped at the feci
of (iarissou and Sumner, aud not
without a patriotic emotion has he beheld
tlic banner of the bloody shirt waving in
the Southern breeze tor the benefit of
just sucii negroes as bcott. The charge
against Mr. Miller is almost hilly ; and
indeed, iu all its oarts the comoluint
Scott is so thiu that it can be seen throu
wiui as mtie uimcuity as you can see
through a grind fctotie with a big hoi
icov. iivr.M a i:(;itr
A corresjioiident ot the Vicksburg V
iuae Inrorins that journal that the Kadi
cat politicians of Mississippi are endeav
oring to aud are succeeding in convinc
ing the negroes that Gov. Hayes, the
Radical candidate for the presidency, is a
negro. The colored voters of Ihat State
had heard of Grant, Morton aud Blaine,
but they had never heard of Hayes, and
they could not be Induced to become en
thusiastic over his nomination at Cincin
nati until they were assured he was
black, lu vain the Democrats endeavor to
ja rsuade the black uieu of the late king
dom of Ames that Gov. Hayes is a whim
man. "No. sah." said one; -you can t put
dat on this nlgga. I luowd Ihe gubner
when he war a slave. He worked wld
me, did dat same Hayes; and uiany de
time wecotched coons together ami went
'after chickens, by golly "
2't is to be presuiaeel that Gov. Hayes
will not disabuse the inlndsol Lis colored
Irlends of the South oU this important
queitim, and we shall ntt tu see.
dining the canvass, correspondence to
Vh hmii rh, Aug. JO, 1n7S.
Ih-aR Cmvi uNuif.-We havo Imtii as
sured that Vou are a colored man. 'I hi
the rclicls deny. Will you please settle
this dispute by telling ns whether you are
a colored or white man f w
To which the governor, In IAV1'
careful manner, faking care toyd
person, will, after a month's rarcTul tie
liberation, reply n follows :
Colonic, Sept. 20, 1S7.
Dkah Sih : Yours of August 20ih has
been at hand some time. I am not sur
prised that citizens who were once rebels
should deny that I am n colored ma.
Thev know that such a beliel in the South
would eive me many votes.andthey desire
that I should not receive many votes any
where, since my lection means peace and
the equality of all men, white and black,
before the law. It these same men do
not denv at the North that. I am a
white man, I shall be much astonished.
The old flag is my hope, and therefore it
is to be exH'cted that the rebels will deny
almost evervthlng that is said about me.
In the hope that I have made both a
prompt and explicit reply to your very
important question, I am
IU Tin hi oiid 11. IIayi s.
This correspondence will be pnbll-hed
in all tiie Radical journals with such
headings as this: "Another Confederate
Me Nailed!" "A Base Attempt to Stir
up a War of Races Circumvented !"
II. tit Pi: UN
i on 4i
Haifa 's Magazine for August contains
the entire sixth book ot George Elliot's
"Daniel Deronda ;" the second part of
the anonymous serial story. "A Woman-
hater ;" the third part of Mrs. Craik's
old-fa.-hkned love-story, "The Laurel
Bush;" more of Julian Hawthorne's
"Garth ;" and three excellent short -furies.
The beautifully illustrated paper on
Welleslcy College, which ope ns the num
ber, is a part of our Centennial Exposi
tion, so far as woman's education is con
cernedthis institution Ieing the first to
adopt the same educational standard that
has been adopted in colleges lor young
men, and being, in some icsthctie lc:
tures, superior to the latter.
John W.Chad wick contributes a thril
ling account of "The Battle of Long Is
land," which is ellectively illustrated.
Mr. Holly's fourth paper on Modern
Dwellings" is devoted to furniture, and
is profusely illustrated.
William L. Stone contributes an ex
ceedingly interesting illustrated patM-roii
In the brief historical sketih, by Miss
Susan F. Cooper. of Rear Admiral Wil
liam Bradford Shiibriek, there are re
counted some ot the nio't spirited inci
dents iu our naval history.
All cultivated n ailers remember "Kali
and his Friends," bv John Brown, of
Edinburgh. In this Number they will lind
an admirable portrait ol the author, with
some charaeteri-tie verses by James T.
William Gibson contributes a beautiful
poem, "Hymn to Freya."
The Kitty t'Anjy Uisetisse-s iolitical uiass
meetiiigs in presidential campaign, tke
ii aiuuiig tl.o pnBee lideiitnlistsof Hror.fc
Farm, and gathers some hopeful indica
tions from the Centennial retrosjifct o(
our political history. The other edit",
rial departments are as full an 1 interest,
ing as usual.
OPi: OS HI .MAY.
It has been finally decided by the Cen
tennial Commission to not open the doors
of the great exhibition on Sunday. The
plea for open doors on that day is made
in the interest of the poor. The laboiing
man or woman w ho visits the exhibition
during the week, spends not only the
price ot the admission fee, but al-o the
price ot his or her time of his or her
labor for the day fcpent in the recreation
and this makes the cost of admission to
such a one double what it is to the more
favored children of fortune. But the
commission are afraid, if they open the
doors ot the exhibition on Sunday,
that it will in some way have
a tendency to demoralize the community
They might, wc believe, learn a les
son from the Lord of the Universe, who
does not himself shut up. shop on Sunday
I he blcs-ed sun shines, the flowers
bloom, the genial airs blow, the ever
lasting hills ami mountains rear their
heads to heaven, and the oaks stretch out
in tramjuil beauty. The Ceutenuial is
certainly a moral show and as it will not
last always, the commission, in the inter
est of the poor and as a measure of poj
tilar instruction In the arts, sciences and
industries of the world, and in the great
progress America has made in all these,
might with safety recommend open doors
Il Jewell's resignation was demanded
out of mere caprice, or from some motive
winch the president Is ashamed to avow,
iieoeral oraui nan Juki put liWuell in a
position where his party will be obliged
to resign him to the Indulgence of a oer-
verse humor, for whose freaks they must
decline any responsibility. .v ) url.
But the Republican party will not lie
permitted to decline the responsibility
lor Graut s fre-aks one short month after
resolvlug.uuaiiimously in their conven
tiou that "the national administration
merits commendation lor its lion
orable work in the management of for
eigu and domestic affairs, aud 1're-i.leut
Grant deserves tho continued and hearty
gratitude of the American KOpe for his
eminent services in war aud in peace
uram is no worse now than lie was a
month ago. When the party indorsed
liiiu there they did it to jjaiii the- favor ol
the flxtv thousand tdtlee-liolders under
I.:... fii.... .. t.. . . .
nun. i uej ticsn t- iu inrow ij tin over-
hoard now and they do it because jmblic
aeiitiuu-ut U overwhelmingly iininsl
nun. utu i uuirtaiiin' proeca couipm
just a little t'o late. Jt inauguration it
month ugo iniht liave made to the l.'e-
imhliean party just tln diflerem e be
t ween defeat and sueeesj.
I ii k -i.iii lor the relief of the ruiall
change laiuine" will probatdy txt'oiun a
law within a lew daya. TI bill provide,
lor the If ue . nu h ubiillary Uyi-r
as may at any time Ik In the treasury iu
the ranie manner as oth"f currency Is
Usui d, instead ol requiring Ihe secretary
of the treasury I w ait until tractiunnt
currency Is presented to be redeemed. It
also authorizes ihp use of $J'),0W,q.ol
anv monev now iuilie trea
.list inuvn iijwi i' "im "NrT-j
nig to tho jiraiTimr a piinmephrMo
the tnllerfWo liilwecii !iie secginorage
and the actual cotW coinage. Tho to
tal amount of suh-idiary silver coin to lie
issued, Including the f IO,XK),0(ii) already
authorized by law, I limited to S.Vi.mKl,
Now, this thing must be stopped
Radical abuse of Grant, who was so
warmly endorsed by the Hayes convi n
tion and by Hayes I iuiself, in his won
derfully empty letter of acceptance. "The
'president appears," says the Radical
'iuiney Whig, "to be flourishing his
'broom in a manner that w ould seem to
'indicate that he is either? uud or dcnicii
'Icd. Possibly it Is something of both."
The Chicago T.ihmte is just as abusive.
These papers inu-t be rend out of the loyal
party. Treason to Grant is treason to
the Republic, you know.
l.el it lie I'ulilisLieil
( Virkaloirg i litel ti-.
Let it be pulilkhud nil ou-r tin Norlli.
that itlreaJy tliu State ol thf South are be
ing iliUilcd ii into military districts, with
coiuiii.'itiilci'ii ordered "to uiie liuops to
any point wliencvtr, iu their juIiii. nt, it
Is in the interest ofpeuee and ordir."
One Hnmninl Mitjwrit.t.
(Valiry elation 1
The till I'irtlie 1 iciuo rail,; Cunfji es-iinul
Convention In llii- li-irict is out. but lias
not readied us. It w ill take place at Cairn.
Ail:lit lirst, at. 'I a member of ('iinL'tc-s aud
State;l! iard f Equalization will l.c plaeeii in
Ihe field. William HirtAlI w i I receive the
re-noiiiiii.iUnn lor rciiubrr ol r0ii.i;re-.
and the Joneeborn :.? sa be will L'tt
1.20U majority over Wiley in f Hion enmity.
Kiudnlili will give llartell I. no:) majority.
u Is Ilie 1 line.
-rnal'T Ttiliruroi to it lililril 1 .. 1 1 i ;i t i . tl
, If a in .11 is a Democrat at Imart, now is
the t ine for him to show it : if be is a true
and const frii-ii'l cl Ki I'O'in. now is the
the time for him t proe it. It' he prefer
coiititut,uiiil eowmiiietit tolawle.-f party
rule, a utiiou ufju- tiie atel fraternity to a
union ot lorce ami in'rie , umv i the time
lor him to show li i s faith by liU works, ft
is no time to iuiiuli in vain leiniuus. Ii
i no time to i ry o ei-smlc inilk ; it is no
Utuc to make .iu tpeciul but Miliordinate
thtfo.y laraxouiit lo the sil. t e-s i.f a !:reat
caii-e. bat ejii any mail who has- the
b-ast cUiui to he called a 1'clnot rt lejc to
gala b l-rolnii,!!! Kad.'cl rii!e? But he
lues w ork to tli.it end if he o-po-e the
Louis nominations nr by coldness or in-
dirtcreoce contriuutcs to their ilcfeat. t
say in sincerity and e.irnetne-s to every
DcUiOcratJjiel irieiel of Kclornr I'nt jniir
honlb r to the v bed and Jo not ilD-palr.
sststcks mm is: csmw.
V . I'A H ill 11- Ok'
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rt'Uioven the siroiiK flavor of turuiiia, j-mltc,
weed., e.iru .talk. eUton aeed, ete,; aud
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Notice U hrrehy Kivcn tint default hsr
lug liM.li ninilr for more than liy days In
(liu payment of a portion of the amount De
emed In be paid by a certain inort
'n'c executed by John lloilres lo
NnniUel HUsts Tavlor ml K.I win
1'arsons, trustees of the fairo (ity
I'ropert.v. Onted March Uth I?it4. an.l
eeordeif in the recorder's odire In and lor
Aiexanai rcouniT, in tne Male or Illinois,
In book "I," of .lercls, pays Mi", no, I he
iinilersbrne.l the niccosor ol said ti u-(.-e,
will on We.lnenlaj. the Itith day nf .Inly
next, A. D. S7(i at I'l o'clock iu the fore
noon of that day, under and by irlue of
the power of sale contained iu'sald mort
fraire, sell at puttllo auction, to the hivhest
bidder, lor ea-h, nt his ottie.e, corner of
Washington avenue and Eighteenth utreet,
In said l ily of Cairo, In Alexander county
and State or Illinois, all the ri'ht, title and
interest or said John IIoiIuth nr his assigns,
in and fo lots numbered 17 (ornt thi and
Is lel)hteen), in block nutntiered NMeightv)
in the First addition to taid Cilv of Cairo,
accor.lins? to the recorded plat thereof,
with the appurtenance, to aatisly the pur
poses and condition of said mortifap.
Hate. I, Cairo, II1,, June 2Tth l.sTii.
S. sriATS Tav i.oii,
Trustee of tho Cairo Citv I'roiiertv.
n-iii wtd "
Notice is hereby given that default liav
im; been madu fur more than sixty daya in
the payment of a portion of the amount se
cured to be paid by a certain mortgage e
cuieif liy Ja-ies Kyun to bamuel Msut
Tavlor and Edwin lrons, tru-teei ol the
('alio City Property, dated the l'.'th day of
Slay, A D. ls7o. and recorded in the record
er's ottlec, iu and for Alexander county, in
the Stale of lllinnl-, til hook Hot deeds. jiare
,'icte. I'lio imder-ii;nei, the sueepsor d
said ll ii-lees, will mi We lncday, the li'tli
day ot July nrxt, A. l. IsTij, a. 10 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day, under and by
virtue of the power of sale contained lil
.'-aid inortLraire, i II at piiblie auction, to the
higliet bidder, lor ea-h, at his otliee, cor
n r ol AVa-hinu'toii avenue and K'hlet nth
street, iu said eity of l 'airo, in Alexander
county ami State ol Illinois all the rijdit,
title aiel interest of said .lames Ityaii nr hi
asi''ns, in and to loH numbered l:l ('Ihir
tei ni an.l If il ourtoeii,, in block iiimihur
ed "Js i Twentv-f ihti in the Fir-t iiditiliun
t said c ity ot Cairo, according to the re
corded plat thereof, with the appill tenini
ci's, I o s't '. i -I y the purposes and condition
of said mortgage.
Dated, Cairo, 111, .lime UTth l7ii.
S. r a e isTa vi on.
'I'rii-tee of the Cairo Citv Propeiiy.
Shei ill ' Sale.
I(y lime nt an exerliti'ili to lue dire i ted
t tin- Clerk of tin: Circuit Court of Alex
ander County , in the Mate of luinuN, in
favor of llernard .M. Matiiis aud aL'.in-t
James A. Fry. 1 have levied upon tli" tol
1'iwii!' docr'niftl piojieitj-, in r irt Addit
ion to tlirt City of Cairo, 111 the ( ounty ol
Alexander and Mate ol Illinois, to-wit :
All of the riahl. title and interest ol raid
.l.iiec- A. Fry in and to lot numbered thir
teen i Ki) In h'look iiuinhured forty-seym (47 1
whii li I shall oiler at uhlle "sate at the
oiiih-wet door of the Court House in t In
City ol Cairo, in the County of Aleander
and Mite ot Illinois, on the tilth day ol ic
tolier, A. L.. 170, at the hour of tleTeu
o'clock, A . M.. for cadi, t ati-IV said ex
ecution. AI.KV. II lK IS.
Micrill of Alexander e ountv, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., July l , K.ij. ' did
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
HI t iitne ul' a i lialli 1 III
. 11. sailunl and II. I.
rt'.mire, r cuti. 1. v
Moi rill a n-.tiver
I the euiio Hn I inc, iini". iiulruad and ttic
air nrxi mcvniies raitroad roiiiuiiy, to
tin- iiniliiun-'neil. Is-.iriiiK dute l-l'riiiirv l.-t,
t Mill, on tin- ilavof July. 1-7';, hi
tiie hour ol 1" o'cliM-k a. m. . al Ilie round lione
ul thr e'uiro uud iiiceniii-ii railroad, in e'niru.
llliuiiis. iimcfil tu sell, at iiiiMic vt-icluc ! the
lut'lu-t ludikr, ilie I'.illnw inn i,-m i ilml irnir-
ty, iK-iliir a poilnm i.l the r wlniK utin k it Ihe
an.l aim aiel V iiiceiini raiirixi'l, wnl a ioi -
li.rfn.l tin- iiroitf-rty rts'rihe. in raid InnrtKai'e,
lo-Wil! LoX nn niuiiln-ied ten (l). twentv
i.s ). tuer.ty-Uvo (.'JJ, IHi-nlv-lniir (Jl), thirty
( .ni, thim-twi, (!-'i, ihirty-l.iiir (.14), ihirty-
einlit (-), forty-six (4 ), litly-t wo ( ') , liity-oix
('), M-i iily-two (.) , M-eiily-r.nir (.1). -ikIiiv-XWtt
-i), one hnnilrfsl an! nix'(li.i), onr linn.lnvt
Hlfl IVurtrru tiie) i.r IiiiicIm-H uii.l twenty ('.-J') ,
inn' hiimlri-d and twenty-two (I-'.') our liumlre.l
and t-nty-ei(fht (li) one liiiniln-i and lorty-
two (I Ul . one hiunlrtil ami torn -sit (I h i and
one hiiniJri d und -ixlv (') .
rial mvl iiiii! cars iiiimiU'i nt I weiiI v n in I'M.
thirly-ninc :) and lurty-ilvt (!.'; j thul tin
trrne i.l aid il.-ur- eaili in turnd.
Iut-d .lime I .'tli , li-7ii
I'UKXt.f., .Vh)Ui,. V ft en.,
' -:o-d cod. MurtKa'if s.
H.tlM AMI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
t?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window OlasH, Win
dow Shudcu, ice.
iVlWhyi til) tiBlid, the celrbrated llliuniimtiliif
Al ltOltA Oil,.
Oort.nr EUv,nth Street and "Washing
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ami KeUtll Dealer lo
roroien and Domestic
WI.M.S (IF AI L JiI.lS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MKSSSt' . SMVIH ft ( O have conbtanlly
a Uthk stock ol the ut, in ilm ii.hi.
ki-t, and iv,-eiis'.iut kltentiou lo Ihti ttholMai
raucu Ol I llf lillnllll'nii.
in, bukms. ROieti. cnuu.i
BUNIONS. CUTS, BRUIHLS, CHIL.
.BI.AINS, UtCfRS, 60RES. tin.
MOr.riiutiii.Mf.it. 2fli-ii.iiib..,. rrri'.c ; !,
s. kiu& oll.eiil.s4 l:u., l-t n.iw.i.fi., tun,i.
n 4 CAIRO, ILLS.
I hirly ynnriiirrwur la Hie Irwlilwul ul UtlttU au
eiilOHIO tlHM-a..'oll. .ll
lr. Ill 11k. Mrrla Wuldv.
A Puy.iologtcal View t.r Mai 1
.I ilt,-nAiiia .i.il IIiumi ruui. u.i.i.ii
iii.nikiie, uu lliv luy,t ru, il n-irw.lurt
ioM .l.a ll.M rvl i, .lip... .., K
M .i.liu. a uJ iuii.lilluuJ Xa illll.lnUrU U-'k ..i ah i,..., '
i -f iii.i.i. miiiii, (tliii li.tujuiau kniluuU.f Wtk uij
kf. snit iin.l. rt J I. rill ii,
A PHIV Al'K krElilCAL TBEATI8K n all diiwi
(.1 . rrtvl NiUurv iu 1.11,., il- Iium- . i a,..
ki 0i . ui u.. f u.i nuruk, tnil Ui. unm, at .utih Uiii.-.
M il'i ..irfrftvibtf.. uluiMltrMial tul-JAet.
H tDIC AL ADV ICE urn kriusl kih! Ohionw Duvum,
-!. H..1 w Miti.f.1, C.rrk, e'aiuvr, ftuului. ltteLlua
ll.hit. tr., asui.it. ork ui.J.r u.ir.i 10 itT
tlir- took. i-ui.u.ii.nK 440 paceaftiMirv.rttl.my rut
no iux wit liu? .ulijMi, tMlit a.iur.ly atalcd ou i-m.
t;. IH or JtO ut. AOarcM. Or. BuH' Oiwnaiy. i
Hv.U H. Uth tt.. t. Uuii. Mu, I f -.1.1,. Ji.,a l,.:.i 1
(Or if pUed la a liaf otm)
16 WILES OIF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVKIIY STdVK 13
Whervrr I'skI or old
e.CIl NKW SIKS
Nos. 37, 38, 09, 47, 48 and 41)
Area Mill M'Wiiia ( oiiiliinalioii i.f
An I ill ihe Fj-entl.d I'. inta tln.t ko toMjkrun
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
l'er Oilert-tl lo , fulille
M.i.lf i inly hy te
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
N.i-.. i l i. ell. ..t.; i,.i l'N. MamM..
Ml. l.Mil, n.
S U.I J'.V
O. W. HENDERSON,
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
rpilK liri.l.r. ll.N ia pnl.lHhci ,v,r uiornlni.
(excc.t .M ;ic la)) In the iliilli tin HoihliuK, rur
lur Wa-thiiifrt.iu avenue and I wi l,Ui tiwt
I in HrLLkri: ia wrved to city auba ril ra by
faithlul canieraal T uty-Kiv J-iiU a Wk,
J.ayalile wn-kly. lly liail, (to advai.cr), lu yt r
aniiiiin. a,t iiionUit, ', il.i- in ii. ii. at; omc
THK WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'uUiuiiHl every Umin luy inominKat II
I' annmii. invaiialilv in advam. 'Ihe irOnUK'e
ou thr Weekly will l- firepui.l at this office, t
tlmt mibaa ribera w il ohiain lur a auUcr;t.tion
mv c. I j ,.r.
Hualntiia Curia, pt raooiuii Ul (Hi
Onu aiiiare, cue nsertiou, , (41
iJne biiuure, two uiiiertiiina 1 M
One aijnare, onu m , 2 ftu
One aijnare, two h Ii ;t su
One iKjiuir, mm- wri t,, mj
One ajuif , oi.r innulh, on
" ksinare, out lu.rliou HO
Kin h miliMSineiii Inmrt i
tj')ii inch ia a iiar.
Iflo regular uilvrrllurra we offer auiierlor in
iliicciiiciitB. both as to rate ol cliarKea and niau
ncr of di,layln Ihrtr favora.
Ocmuuuioatlou upon auLJeota of yen
eral intareat to the pubXlo ollclt4.
lJAli HuJiiie. tieta.h(juMUaddrr.iie. tu
4 Hlrtl BullellB 'uuittujr.
II III nun
A I1M it Ulitiaii
MCW All .MTlfMEMT.
f Vl.dTINO t;Alin"s Willi iuirnamallnr
V lv ,.ri..l1, wl V. hM t'
JVMvl's Ap'iita Wantedi fHHple "fill
nip. A.H. VLl.Y H :. HriK kKin.MaM.
' aW-rm Hip ftnrr tlrtl a mn
run, Ihat'a rheumatism one tmn more, that'll
r-ont," la n littiiidur dewrlulion ol' (licsr Iwo
illseiiHfM. 'I l:ini((h each limy aiel doea altat k
nineieni portions ol tne rysn-iii. mr , n--i- .re
lieved lo lie a iHiiaonoua ac.ld III Ihe hlooil. I'll
rlly tliishy theuaaof
TAItKAMT'8 BKLTZER ArKKtENT.
II will do It work siwdlly and tliuronprlily. It
la the irre.t friend or the auflerrr frmil Klinimj-
tiHin ami iront.
MiLU llV A I.L DRCOl.lsTs!.
A dav at him. Aeerita Wanti-d Outflt
und Urms liee. 1 Kl K A ( O., AiiKU.ta,
WANTH). -lravrlmir Salesmen. Kairral
ary and exjiensen iaid. Irtin Man'f'e e o.,
Ht lyiiuis, Mo
THE NEW YORK
r.rorun PK.VSION'NS fur Offii-er nJ Sol.lioia
wuniUil,injuil or ruptured, howrver rliahtly;
oltutinaaii ln-rwe of old ratra; cnllwlB arreaia
ol'av and liiiiiniy, ric. lo cliar:f- unless nc-ces-ful.
I .utters' iruinitly autMi-rxl by a'l-ilrrrsiiijr-'.
II r-t'liol.L, Aiti.in.y al Law, I
liainlx r street, New Yolk 'My, rare I'. II.
A WKKK iniaranl-ei to inulr an 1
friiialu airrnls III llicir liM-alil.
IXiBta DottiiliK to try It I'ai tieulan
irt I' O VU KtltV A O ,
ClI I r BOn s-r duyat hi.ruf. Pumnlrs worth
iO lO P6U frw. Minaoa Company,
I'ortland Maine. .
' f,- lirtcil fur Iti PnrllT, HI renal h and Flavor
ttanaiio .1 tu Kf. . l'lckl,-.. We (laaranlrr III
! .-uUrclr trr frmn M,Aarlc jlciil or oUierdelriu
Mi.auliiirii'-. Willi which Mot t'tn'irarOadulterated
K'ir Kale lit all ilrwrr.. lrif.t Vinegar Wurkt la tin
Mund. A.wa i-is. k. l HaBaiJa e.,e,uc-
LE ARlTELEGR APH Y.
Ilul l-IVre fiiHUH Him hcrr lo do an, H int l.rf
ir. nlaia ol N . W . Ii lcirraph lusiltnie, .lanes
llle, W Ifi'uiisin. Hei .im. lc le t hy Mipl . of
Wteni I'liion 'lei;rtaih Co., as Ihronlyre
lial.lr .chnol in Ihe W rst.
JuLi tloii ot Ilioadway, Till Avunue auJ
NEW YORK CITY.
I bree illoi ka vret of i.ran 1 (Vnlrul liunot
near the K!i vutcd U illroud, und but tw n
t) in i ii u tea from Wall Mrect. All limiJeiu
iniirove-lneDts. Kites ft per day. III.
er.tl terms to fjiu dlc-.
CHAS. K. LELAND, Proprlator
if I'.lewtii House, A I ham, N. ., and
C Uu lelon Hi. let, -araiOh'J- T-7-. I-; ui .
hartrred br (lie
Slate of llllnuia
lur Ihe exarr.
pur)si" ul aiviOK
ii all ca-s of private, rhronir, ami urinary dj-M-aes
in all their i-iupln-ated t"tm. It nt well
know il that lr lanie-, liu rhsl al the be.1 i.l
the profiwoou for Ihe .-t :i year .e and
eiH rinnare:i liiiininiil. Nrmlnal Wrl.
nrta, niKbt !"-- Ly drtmns. pimpleii on the
Im v 1ui muiihiMid. can nitivt ly It rurfrd
jche wantiiiK the most ilelicatr attention, rail
nrurite. rleajutut home for tienta. A Ixsik
lor the million. Marriuire l.iude, which tulU
yun all alsiut these dinranra who rhoiil t marry
--hv iml 04vnth hi pay )i.UiKe. Ur. .laioe
lias n riMiiu. :itii parlor Y'uu no one tail
the dii i,r OlUce hours, ! a in. lo p.ui Sun
lajs, lo lo ii. All liiuoner. alrictly twnllden
To whom Pensions are
Mr JGLXJJcDUAiiLEu whit in tt uu
ao4 diacEarffa of duty, tuber by avneldatit or
oiharwla,akould baro per.lon. Tba loaa K
Bnfer entitle you to pear too. ruptant
Iiw matter how aliitbt, rivaa you a pawalort.
'i ka loaa of Ue lveyou a penaloa.
aba Iom of an rye lea yoo paailna,
Any injury will ifla you a peaalon. .
wbo are now drawing a penalop, are Jqatly enua
tied to aa lucre a. TftaTTT V
PajrSeudlataiiipaAw Uicl liu
luroopy of Panama iud Bnnnty Acta.
Adurep. h. FITZCERALD,
fnlted State Claim Agant, iMMAaArousJat.
MrOo all lettart mark t. U. Box ki.M
Iwi aula la ekai a.i tun w una adfwvlM
Fuulih Brussels. Three I'ly and Inirrnio,
also, Stir C'arprt, Ve-lvet'Huira, Cruiub
Cloths, Oil Cloths, etc., very elii tp
at the Old I'lace
112 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
( arj.ets careful ly lacked ui.d ciil I . u i.
.art ot Ihe I nited Sjtatei Iree of chaixe.
7t-send:for PRICE LIST.
"-l-Iy. J. A. BENDALL.
(HOW DA SHINE)
A GREAT DISCOVERY I
lly Ik nee ol' which every family may give
their l.ineu that brilliant poliati peculiar to Woe
laundry work, tavlng linieand labor iu iroui
ihtfi more than ita entire roat. . U ar ranted.
eld By Drugglata and Oroctra IrerywliMe
ASK VOil UOIIIUNS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. A CO., 13 N. 4tb Ut,
THE BEST AND PUREST
CHCAta, CONVENIENT, CLIANtV.
AtK VOUR OROCER OR ORUQQItT FOR IT
WM. QLENN A SONS, CINCINNATI.