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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
For r ilenl,
MUm J. TH.Dr.5t,
of New York .
THO Aft A. Itr.NnRM'Kft,
Cosusa will come W'wt (or H;i;r-.
8cm'ttc is hopelessly gone over to tho
It Is believed that congress will al
Joura to-inorrow week.
Gkx. Ct STF.R w"l be- moniunentpil in
Si-raker Kerb in all probability,
become a we" man rjrain, and speedily.
"G&x. Graxt t tli'inff yeoman' s-er
Viec for TiUeu," gays the New York 7r-
Thb railroad earnings in June WO,
averaged lew than in June o, thou eh
sonic roads showed an increase.
Is Cairo more TiMen pole." will be
raided during thi canv.n? than the K
publicans can ret up. Mack and lte
Whex Mr. lUdieal H.ivis, of the Nun,
has secured young I. urn's Tilden scalp,
we shall be glad to have prompt inform
tion of the fact.
The question of the hour Who wrote
Hayes' letter of acceptance The Spring
field, Mass., Republican, very broadly
hints that Carl Schurz did it.
Grant will next relieve Elmer Wr -h
burn, chief of the treasury secret service
Washburn will be removed for (the usual)
cause -"fflciency auJ faithfulness to
The uolconaa Herald repeats some
body's lie, that Judge David HavUliSt
dclared for Hayes and Wheeler. The
judge has declared publicly that he has
declared no such thing.
Smith and Smith is the presidential
ticket put in nomination by the Prohibi
tionists of Illinois at Chicago on Thurs
day. The first Smith is an Illinois man
the second Smith is an Ohio man.
The Springfield Journal, being preju
ill "ed, asserts, that "modesty is not one
oi the Billetin's weaknesses.' It is our
strength, a fact the Journal would admit
If truth-telling were one ot its weak
"The whole art of government,' said
Jefferson, an old-time statesman, "con
Buts in the art of being honest." This
w ilh the Republicans, is one f their
Whkx Mr. Davis, of the Snu.n his ma
licious hatred of the friends of Ti'den
and Hendricks, secures the dismissal
from the public service of young I.uin, he
may boast both of his influence with the
party ol clil service reform and his
Whose business is it, we should like
to know, that Col. Hen. L. Wiley does
not pay his debts. If the men who don't
pay t heir debts arc to be held up to public
dlgnation, how many of us w ill remain
In favor of the public ? And if this linn
e st reformer, to escape his creditors, lias
put bis property Into his w ife's careful
keeping, what of that? Honest Heu 1
thoughtful. That is all.
The New York Herald congratulates
Blaine on being promoted to tho senate
because be escapes the house Investiga
tion that was taking an ugly turn for
him, and must certainly have brought
upon hiiu sevens censure and perhaps
expulsion. But is the lenate of the
United States to be congratulated that
It numbers among its members a man
whose conduct as a representative made
him a tit subject fur ixpu!.ion from the
lower house V
Thi:re were Democrats fonlh.li enough
to think that Judge. Davis should have
received theht. Louis nomination. DavN
shows his fitness for it hv announcing
hijintentir.il of voting lJr Hayes nnd
Wheeler. L'arbuwlaU IhiiHjcmt.
There were Democratic editor toolUh
enough to believe that the foolish report
that Judge Davis had made such an
announcement, was true. We regret to
learn that Mr. Bell Irwin, ol the Carbon
dale Dewxrat, wa one of the editors l
this kind. '1 hut. oUi. t Old so was not
a matter of surprise to us ; but that
Irwin, not easily gulled, took dow n the
canard, did, we admit, rstonir.h us.
"Wbo would not Mi! i It- H mi. ha nun Iheie I;
Vt kw woul'l not . if AtlkiiB i it In ' '
Ii may be the business of nulxxly
that Col. Ben. I.. Wiley, the gallant
leader of the Kailicals of this congres
sional district, was dismissed from the
army because he ran away from Kirby
Smith ; but it Is a fact, which is the busi
ness ot Mr. Hartzcll, that, it Wiley runs
U fast this fall as he did; when Kirby
was alter him, he w ill not fail to get in
ahead of all comjH titors. "Two-forty"
is nothing in com pari mjii with Wiley's
army speed. lu full fliifht lie resembled
a ktreak of lightuing uiounU-d on a war
Lorse. The loetical Jones of the prosalcal
Maasac Journal, speaks ot the wildest
enthusiasm that prevailed at a ltcpubli
can mass meeting lately held at Metrop
olis. Iet loose our fancy, friend Jones.
and give us tlie details of this wildest
enthusiasm. In which s boy threw up bU
uai aua rt utu naJ a spasm. Was It as
wUda Kitting Bull, or a big cyclone r
How was It wn It was at lu wildest r
0 Did Brown stand on Lis bead, and was
Murphy exalted to the clouds ? Be more
eipliclt, pray; let us not burst in Ignor-fttic.
EVMI.V41IO HK mtati: I iM
Slate Siteriiiteiileiit Klter has issued
aiireiil.tr citing forth the degree ot
scholar-di'ip, character and exp ri,iie-
required in npplic:int for State certifi
cates. Kxnininntlon will lie held on tiw
JEM. 2Hhand 2.Vli ot Angn-t nt Carth
age, lion, i h.-vnpniifii, -iie.eo ami
t.'arbondah'. The term of admission are
a follows: t audi-late uiii't furnish evi-
li-U'cof good moral character nnd testi
mony of having taught with decided
suists for not U thin three years.
one of which mil-t have Im-cii in Illinois.
Testimony a to character and experi
ence in teaching inut be furnishe I to tho
department of tmMio instruction prior
to the time of examination. Letters of
inquiry may be addressed to the State
superintedent or to any of the board of
examiners at the place at which the can
didate expects to attend.
The board at f arbondale are Messrs.
V. C. Ilillman. . T. Foster, L. II.
Kedd, and Mrs. Helen M. White.
The candidates lor examination w PI
be questioned in the following branch
es : iTiiiograpiiv. reaning, ariuime-
tic, grammar, nlgebra, didactics, ami
these constitute ttie first group. The
scale is fixed at 100. The average in this
group is $.. and the minimum 75. The
second group includes I'nitcd States
history, geography, geouu-iry, phy-ical
geography and natural philosophy. The
uvcragc in this group is h, llir ntinluium
70. Tlie third group inclu-ics bofany,
chemistry, phy-iology. .n.It?y, astron
omy and the school law. The average
is 70, and the minimum ('". The candi
date who su-'c-eds in seeuri'ig the aver
age In all tin- groups will receive a eer-
tilicate ; tho-c who fail in not inure than
three branches will lierccordc.il :t.t hav
ing passed in the rest, and uviy be re-e-amined
in the three at a subsequent regu
lar t.vaminatiou. A failure in ni'-re ttun
three, subjects the applicant to (he same
terms as a new candidate.
To secure thorough impartiality in the
award of e-rtitieates, the examination
will Ik- conducted in the several conn
ties by the county t rmtcndciits, and
the applicants wiM to'kiown tlie board
of examiner by tiinnVr only. Each
can-li-latc will l numb.. red. Allot' las
or her papers will I.- marked with his or
her number, and the board, in txnutnir.g
the papers, in a room separate from ttat
in which the examination is corvl'ieteil.
will simply pa-s np,.,ii the prvhcK nrv
ot a number and not ol a can Ii l.it. fa
vorite or othcrn ie.
C II AIM. KM AU IISST ( IIL. WII.KT
A Jouesboro com-siioiideiit of the
Carbondale brnrat, makes some very
M-rious charges against Col. Benjamin
I.. Wiley, the Republican candidate for
congress in ttos district. By reason of
the had faith of this man, the correspond
ent asserts, a number ot citizens of Union
county have lost thousands ot dollars.
Although rich, in fact, the property out
of w hich he makes his living belongs to
his w ife, and not a cent can be collected
from him. In 1873 he allowed tlie farm
ot one of his sureties to wll under execu
tion tor his debt, and the unfortunate
man was left A ifhout a home and almost
How the Republican party of this dis
trict can give its support to a man of this
character we cannot understand. While
it is professing to be anxious to reform
the rascalities of its ow n creation, it puts
forward a man as its standard bearer
who lives upon the property of
his wife, and defies his creditors. This
Is practical reform with a vengeance.
But, it is claimed, ol Wiley, although
he is poor and is compelled to live upon
the bounty of his rich w 'te, at least de
serves the grateful remembrance of his
fcllow-citiens on account ot the services
rendered by him in the field during the
war for the I'nlon. "H docs not," says
the Jonesboro correspondent of the Car
boudale Donocinl. He was the lieutenant-colonel
ol the fifth Illinois cavalry.
While in command of that body of men,
he was attacked by the rebel general,
Kirby Smith, in Arkansas, and inglor
lously tied from the field. Eor this act
of cow ardice, he was dismissed from the
army of the United States. This fact is
recorded on page 40 of volume 3 of the
report of tho Adjutant General ot Illinois.
Mr. D. L. riiillips took an Interest in
Col. Wiley's behalf, and had the order ot
dismissal revoked, to give him an op
portunity to resign, which he did
as soon as he was reinstated.
This is a bad record, and we arc not
disposed to belu-vu our Uadicid friend
will lind in it much ti be proud of not
even the poor consolation ot the belief,
that they might have made a worse nomi
nation ih; u tliat of the man who w'd not
pay his honest debts, and who rcMgncd
from the 1'iiny U cause he ran away from
a lebel of the name of Sn-'th.
1H. oi.r r.., 1. I,,. ..u.v.i. ,t.u
tiolcolida ilcmld to say, that hi: has not
applied for tlie vacant shoes t JUuloid
Wilson. "He has,'' ays the liquid, "at
'uo time anplied for appointment to any
'olli.v incc President ; rant's eh clion."
We can recommend General Kauui to
l're-idcnt Grant. Ho U uu excellent
gentleman, and would not, as solicitor ol
the treasury, injure the Republican
party by lining around alter corrup
tion, us Wilson did. Ho believes in the
doctriue that the party ,-hould reform
Itself, and to this end he would not nctk
to learn Its shortcomings. Hu would re.
fuse to sej corruption, so that he might
protest that no such thing as corruption
existed, lie Is Just the man fur Grant.
The president has concluded to pardon
Avery. The txeue is, that this crooked
rascal is rich, and will die w ithin three
months It he is continued hi prison.
Now McKee will be pardoiml on the
ground that he Is too good a man to bo
confined in a prison house; Joyce will be
turned loose, because the Confederates
have dei-pitefully used him; and McDon
aid will be called from the penitentiary
to olttce hi Wastdngton. Mr. Hayes wdl
not proUst, and all of the Radicals will
cry, with one voice: What great prac
tical reformers are we ! "
THE NATION'S GREAT SHOW.
II u I MHltMr In rMtMtolshirH
l,lo tlf MlliMK lor 0Hler
Mini Mortnbi-r-Wnr lutlrimla
(Krom tlie Hi 1. 1. Ilia's Rculsr i ciiti imial
Kx position Co-re .-pi'inli-iit.)
Riiii.APKi run. July
IX 1 1 .
It has U-.ii nineteen days since the
cool winds have li-f-d to blow upon
Philadelphia, or Ian the hot eh.t-k of the
international city in I'alrmount park.
The situation here Is Imth ludicrous and
tnuic. Visitors move about but little.
Most of them remain on the settees In
the various buddings, in liquid or va
poric state, while the mortal casualties
from the intense heat are estimated at
one thousand during the past week !
house iHor am me
while drawing the overloaded street
cars; t)(. night tiring no repose, nnd tlie
baleful Influences of the heat upon those
whom it dors not lintnediatly strike
down, but who are sutlering from de
bility or chronic and febrile diseases,
cannot Itc estimated. It is not remark
able then, that the great mass ot visitors
have decided to defer their Isit until the
cooler months of OctoU-r and November.
Those who arc here at present are evi
dently on a tour of duty rather than of
pleasure, and are composed in great part
of leathers from the public schools,
clerks from the United Mates government
olliecs and others v. ho have a short vaca
tion in the summer, but whose avocation J
will recall them beforu September.
There is a lealure of the Intern itional
Exposition that pn..le inc. Why should
the nations which may to-morrow- lx at
each others throats make public display
ot their military points, peculiarities, and
strength, presenting elaborate niod-l.- ol
tli-ir lorliticalioiis, arms, and iquip
hichtsy It had always seemed to lu;
tliat the policy ol a nation should be to
conceal her lighting strength or forte
from her neighbors, and in the event ot
war, receive them as much as possible
in ambuscade. Tlie maxim : Si i is
pit'in, fn.ru Hfll,n," is doubtless true and
applicable to Individual a well as jio
ples, but it is diflkult to s- the iNilicy ot
giving a -5iWc enemy all the iie-a-ures
of preparation. Fram.v, Ru-i.i, Spain.
Brail. and th; I nit"! Mates have very
complete ueliury and naval exhibits.
consisting of aixuratc iuo.lel of lortiti-rd
pl.i'x-s, lorts, guab.uts, arscnul-. pju
toon bridges, arms, camp and hospital
equipments, etc. Of the.,-, those of the
United States, France and Spain Nre in
buildings erevted by their rvsptctive
governnM?nt. while the Russian and
Bra.iliau displays pre in Machinery
THE M'ANISII GOM.r.NMKNT Itl'lLDINU
is located in a remote portion of tlie
grounds, at the foot of George's Hill,
and, for this reason, it lias failed to at
tract the attention which an iuspectiou
of Its contents will repay. The exhibits
are the contribution ot the Royal Acad
emy of military engineers, ami comprise
a cotopletu una lii'eresilnjf display ol the
fortifications of Spain and her military
establishment. loimcdiaU-Iy within the
entrance ot the door is a model of the
Barbette gun ; it is planted within
miniature fortress, and is generally
called a siege gun, it being too heavy tor
field mano'uvering. I'ikmi each side of
the door are figures for the display ol
the uniform of the various branches of
the Spanish army. There are exhibited
a number of models of fortified posts
in Spain, designed by the ofliccrs
of the Spanish army ' and executed
bv the students ot the Royal Academy.
One of these models is a remarkable
specimen of the skill of these cadets. It
is a representation of tlie seat of war in
Morocco in 1S.V. It shows the line ot
inarch ot the Spanish troops during the
campaign, the location of the corps of all
the armies, and Is a very perfect repre
sentation of the military situation during
the continuance ol hostilities. A model
of the city and fortifications of San
Sebastian, in the northern part of Spain,
is shown; also a model of a model strong
hold, supposed to be impregnable. The
plan is that the infantry shall first en
gage the enemy on the plain below,
when, if they are forcej to retire, they
may fall back upon a more elevated posi
tion where they will be supported by
casematcd guns, and their retreat, in case
it should become necessary, covered. As
a last resource they have the top of the
tower, where arc planted the heavy
A representation ol tin; Aqueduct ot
Segovia, wb'ch is tliirtex-u miles long, and
is -till in a remarkable state of picscrva
tiou, is shown, and is snn'V' in form
and construction to vuother which form
f ily exist.-d in Spain, but has long since
fallen into decay. A leal u re of the Spa u-
lul. -.; - U... I., it.. lMiu ,.f
iuulcs.il cd to carry sinsll licld artih ry as
well a the p.iraphaiiirflia of the camp, to
tli-i-c iuouu':iin lastiicases which arc in
ace -smIiIo by other means of trau-porta.
I.uii. A pontoon I r-iii like those in use
by the United State, army ii exhibited.
consisting of the boats and planks re
quired to lay a bridge in theshortc.-t pos-
ible time. The display of small amis is
meagre, but they are very elegant in
shape- and finish. Sables, swords, stillc
toes, dirks, ore very tastefully arranged
upon shields covered with purple clvcl.
One portion ol Ib'sbuMding was designed
to exhibit the natural history of Spain,
but the collections are yet very incom
plete, consisting Uf a lew birds and cats.
The. display of the varieties of woods ln-
drginous to Spain arc here, the most
conspicuous being cork.
To tho visitor who has become some
what familiar with tlie Exposition, its
faults aud Imperfections are apparent,
lu the main building, nearly halt a mile
from her government building, Spam has
a very creditable display of coal, ores,
cereals, etc. Why her display should be
divided lu this way, fatiguing aud con
fusing the visitors, Is "something that
no lellow can find out." But, this Is not
the case with the exhibit or Spain alone.
The exhibits of some other countries are
scattered around without the nppcfirancc
of method. Perhaps at 'ur Ducenti n
nial, our great grandchildren will be It-.
ainbttioiis to occupy more space than
any previous po: ii'mn, a to pre
sent the wot 1-1 with a compact display
that may be seen w itb best advantage by
the largest number. t '.
Uo"l freiu liinn.
(cliin U-foiv lie was induced" l-i -tiprl
"Every AiiH-il.an ciHoii win tuis' the
future of the Hiq ulilic and listii.n d honor
sincerely at heart h-uld innly relve
that the country must now have a presi
dent whus) naiiie I already a watchword
of reloini; wliiis.- e.-qucitr and ciuraitc fur
w ork are inaMcis f-l recerj rather tli ni of
promise; who will ustoi-p the iiiipl:ciir,
Independence and reel tude ol the early
admin' strut lor., nd wlmselifc will be a
gunrantr of Ins fidelity aiid litnc-s: s niuii
at the mere mmim-I of wl op tame evca the
mcst dih(artt-iiel w ill tuku n.-w eou aj;e,
and ail lmmklnd will say, 'Ameiitan nre
indeed in ciim st t rest -re the auclciit
purity ot their (iovi-'onu-ut.' "
(An Ki lustre )
The Mate of A York alone has now
nearly 1 ilio'rc iii.iiiul'actoiics, which
use, tlie milk of m-iie th in -J'sj.i.K'o tows,
makiiis' thti-.fioui t O.uow.isin (oiiuda of
cheese, which i bnnj pounds lor ccry
three cow s. 'I be chci -c pr d jetton of ttie
who'.u United .st.itos is now oerJ u,u) i.iXK)
jiouuds, ol whi li !i;,i)oo,o.mi arc exported.
Fn'l o il m arcely cXui ts .Ti.O-.H.U hi pounds,
while li'tle Holland, which used to be I he
prim-ip.d ehecM'-piod .icing couiitry of the
world, export- ;it prcsc: tM,t.rs),' o pound-.
- I . I'llitll l.lnic.
( I lie I . 1. -1 n i .: t Kii'iiiirt r )
I lie e iidltioil of Moll, (teoty.- K I'h-1i,
whose ;iltsik ol ( aiali'si-f rem the wai.-t
down .is aniioum-ed a lew d.i s ago, w.i-,
late oil Thursday iii.dit, i r. nouneed c iti-t-al
by the ulteiidiii-.' hysiciiis, Ii -. Fos
ter an 1 Ihu-ou. Ye.-ti-rdsy nijiiiUis? e nly
the l.i t nu- of the ICoin u Oathoiic C huri h
for tli'- djiutr wcip p. rlornipd bv llev.
Fati'-r Hit'siin", l'rc-id-nt of t. X i ler'-
- . -
A IT".noe. .
(New YoiW ItcnJlO
I n!-- the n puhiii-aiis i-ut an cud to this
new icso )c i-f fVarfn. this hiisinc-s id
degrading honorable ui r, to ple-ise Ho-s
M.euln-rd and '-ujre i'o lkn.ip. they may
as well clo-e tin ir -na-. Hayes and
Wheeler will he whipi'jd n- lia ily as Scott
W III lle.ll I .
(IN -ilia I iciiiocral. )
Two Tildcu nnd Hendricks c'ubs have
bc-f.n tonne .1 in Cairo the "'I ilkn Sweei
er," uuuiteriii" 1!7." voters, and I lie "ln-
iuoihle-'," iiuiuliering l'si voters. Kjrypt
w ill ro.l tip its old liinu dcinocratie niajori
tle t"i Til'li u and Hendricks.
. ratilikin'M TTiiril Term.
(Chicago Tinits )
It is licinnin to be uii-lerstoo-l all :dou
the line tied llayrs one term would he
(irautisni's third t rin.
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mauy of thti aio.t limed lunnera In the
hulU-r couulii-t uroutid l'hiludL-l hia.
la hot wi ather thU i'omli r make butter
lllimh (inner and sweeter thitn it Usicilly is,
and ktt-ji it from turn! u luuiid ft also
remove th htront? flavor of tuniijm. jrurlte,
weeds, (--rn atulko. rotton aeed, ete,; und
tho lin ream-d yield of huttvr luiit-h more
than y the trilling elrn.of 11 am- it.
t '! r-r Parkasr.
Wik.i.es.i.b Dh-oT: lia;M:irkit St.,
day araoUM ualna our
lr av tfn.ia. a)ioo a luui.ni
4 to auol A((. iil. AUi.-r bouk
Noli.e I h.reliv Kiven tli it d. foil I lute
in been inadn lor more tl.au sliiy tlsys In
tlie :i uietit of a pen lion (l tli Hinonut s-
ureil to te pan! ,y a eerisln iiinrt-
rUL-e execiitr.l ly .l.ihn lloitins lu
siiuiiuel Stait 'i'nlor slid Kdwiu
I'al-Hons, liustfes ol Luiro dtv
run. ily, (t.ited March llth IxiU. .in. I
trrurded in lite recorder's otllce In and lor
Alcx.'ill ten olintr, ill the Mate of Illinois.
ill luok 'I." of deeds, pajfO U'M. ele, fhu
nndel'sii'ilcd Hie Mieeessnr ol s-iid tril-tem.
w'imii itinesiiny, llif nth dsv ol . In v
next, A. I. IsTU at lu o'clock In" the fore
noon oil hat day. under mid by iriii4 of
tin- nowi-r of sda ctintaltied ill' slid InolU
iiam; at publle auction, In the hivhett
iiHi'ji-r, ior easli. ol Bis ottipp. piirm r sr
Wahi1iulon aypiiuo and Mlirhteentli ln-i-t.
In siid ( it) of ( airo. in Alexander countv
ami ship o Illinois, nil the ri-lit. t it to und
inlei-i st of sahl John llodgrs or his asigns.
in nr.il to lot uunilipred 17 (spf nt i m and
is icisriiteeiH. in hlock nutnlipi-pi I sn h ikIiI v i
in the First addition to said Cilv of I'air'u,
ac Porlinif to i lie reeor-led plst thcivot.
W illi the apnurtpnancps. to satisfy the nin--
pops and condition of na'd niortnire.
i:i'i-,.i, v.iuro, ii',. .Mine 27lli lf7ii.
S. ST ATS I AVI.OM.
Trustee of the Cairo Citv l'ropertv.
Notice is hercl'V uiveu that dctault hav
ing been made for more than sixtv itnvs in
the payment of a portion of the atuoutit se-
ureii i- lie pai I ny a certain nior'anip e.
Hied by .liics'llvan to .'aniuel Miats
l ay lor ii il l Ivl-vin 1'nrMins. tru-tpps ol Hie
:iuo litv Property, dated the l!Mh day ot
May, A t. 1ST:., and recordnd in the ree'ord-
r'n olticc, in slid lor Alexander t ountv. in
the Sli'e ol lilmois. in hook Oof deeds, paro
iip;c. i no uniieisisiicii, tno successor of
said trustee', will on Ve-li'ed:iy, the pith
lav of .Inly n xt. A. I). a. hi o'cljck
in the forenoon of that under slid l y
virtuoof the oower of sal nntainrd 1,1
said m'rt!."iirP. sell at public auction, to the
hU'tiest holder, tor c:uh. at his otlice, cor.
r nt YVahi!L-tou avenue and Ivthteentb
street. In said t. ity of Cairo, in Al-xsnder
ounty nnd Mate ol llliiiol', til the rictit.
title and iiiti-rest of said .lames Kyiin or his
assigns, in aud to lots numbered i: (Thir-
tef-ni and 1 1 'Fourteeni, in bhek number
p'l 2s ( Twr-nty eij'tii i in the 1 'tv-t addition
to sui.l t ily of Cairo, Hceordimr to the re
corded hit tin reof, w ith the uppurtcnan-
es, to salistv tlie ui tioi s nnd condition
of s;tid mortsrsite.
Dated, Cairo, 111, .luiic 27 1 U ts7i.
S. STA atsTavi.oh.
Trustee of the Cairo City Propel t . .
', virtue of an execution to mc directed
by the Clerk of the Circuit court ot Alex-
Hii ier County, iu the Mate of I'liuois, in
lavor ef r.ernard Mi-Manus aod ajrint
.I.UHcs A. Kry, I line levied upon Xho lol-
lowing ilcscril'ed prupeity, in J irst Addit
ion to the City of Cmro. in the ( ounty of
Aicxunicr aid Mute oi unnois, io-w u :
All of the l wht. title and interest of en id
-lames A. Fry iu and to lot duuiU red thir
teen 1 1:: in tilo.-k numbered forty-seven 1 17;
wni'-n i sntill oiler at p it llc sa'e attlie
South-west door ol the Court House in tt.e
City ot Cairo, in the County of Alexander
aim Ute ol llliniis, on tlie" tilth day ol c
tober, A. 1)., 1S7J, at the hour of eli-in
o'clock, A. M., for cah, t natisfv mid ex
ecution. Al.KX. II IKNIV,
Sherilf of Alexander Countv, IlliiriH.
airo, Ills.,.l-ily ls7(j. ' dt.J
Chattel Mortgage Eale.
I V virtue of a clmlli'l ;imrle:iif . tn-rnti-d liv
J y .. II. .s-aifuril un-l II. I.. .Morrill us n- m-n)
of tlie C'liiro unl inrrinifs ruilroiel ami tlie
t.airo Mini incenii'-H railroa-t i-i.iiitjuy, to
tlie iiinU-rsiin-. U-aiiiik' ill- iilirnary 1st,
l"7 , we will, 011 th J.M lyof July. I'-TU. ui
Hie hour 01 in o'cloek a. lu.,ai Hit- roiiml house
ol thr I airo au-l VincHiiws railroal, in Cairo.
Illinois. pr-M.s-1 to wll, nt utilili'-. vrmhir t- llie
liilit-sl liiil'lt-r, f.li lollow in; ili-.-rilMI iror
Iv, iH-ini a portion ot the rolling gto W ol Hit
aii I airo ninl Vim--nii,' rtiilroml, ml a Hr
I ion of the 'ro rly ili-M rilirl in mti-l HiorlKUe.
to-wit; IWx rar.-i mnnii-ivl t-u ()). tKt-ntv
(-"), I wi-niy-two (.'.'), tHi-ntv-foiir (il). Ilorlv
(:-), thii-lv-two thirtv-r-iur (tl) , tliiilv-
eiL'lit ( k-, fortv.six i.), lii'iv-lo (V!) . litiT-s'ix
( J--J. sevciii; -1 i) , cv, iily-l'oiir (.). i lyiity
lw.i (sj), uu,. hiimlrtsl unit six'd'n.), oiii- hnn-trisl
u ii-I l-iiirifn (ill) one liuti'lml ami twenty ('-'),
one huii-tretl kii-1 Iwnly-lwo (l-'J) one iiiiinlivj
ami Iwi-nly-eiKlit (l-s) one hnii'ln-l an-t lorty
lo (IIJ) , one hiin-lri-d ami forty-six (I I' ) an-l
oik- liundreil ami sixty (1"').
i lut an-l c.j.il i ai iiuiiiIhti-iI twenty seven
tliiily-iiine (.; -j un t lorly-live (l.jllml the
lenns ol mihi sHle are rush in liano.
I'utisl .lu ue ITlh, 17'i.
IHiKXKI,, .MOUli.W ALU.,
I'AIXT AMI OILS.
13. F. PARKER,
I), all rs In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
iVall Paper, Window Qlan3, Win
dow Shades, &c.
4hvay on hand, Uia celehraUsl llluniiiuitliiK
Al lMftltA Oil,.
Corner EUvanth Street and Waahing
ton A venua
I KIl OK nrAI.KRN.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wbnleale and lU tuit Ilealera in
Foreign and Domestic
u jm:s or am. iii.is,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
Ks.Kf. HMV nt A . have eonatautlf
iV L a lurK aui k ol tlie let (t'xsli In me lor-k-
t, aiel Kivee.ijm ial atleutMiU Ul Iba uolco
ram li ol tlie Iii6iin-at.
1 I 1 M . 'J
"r OUH-i, DtJlLti, CURL'S.
UUiDiii rum dbiiiulu '
BLAINt. UUCERS, BOHci. f.ic.
So. IS . Ki mIi Hi t.
kT. . IM. Mft.
TflitiV mirviMriatii-a I at ll.i. ,.. 4sk nu i
Dr. Ht TT.V NarriftKr liulUn.
A lijrftiOlutjiu! View Ol Mmt r40
It'f llliijrisl nil tltuM ruiiU uiulaMir
t Wf buuruiK, ou liiys4viirail ri .iinluct.
r U'H Siiil til tot-rut lliBnulttt-a il .mh
U-aMiUoxJ uJ wuiau1umk1 A iititr4 Uuk oi 3iii,--s.
t"t put 4t rt-UiHl, ii h sittWUMi b kH Ulsiltf WaV mj
i-y. Si nt uiui. r s ff-rioct.
A PHIVATE M EDICAL TBKATTBC 00 !(
ill Irivt Ntur ill Wiln sttu, Hit- iIwh i a -isul
iMriuliyiii n, u4lK waiuiuivttfv,lutp.
.i'l -i.r' 'info, fc titui-iir! it.rit.
MEDICAL ALVIC uu lwiutiU Chronic Uits-MM,
u.iui WktrM. C-Isurb, C uiJ, Kuutuiv, tipiutu
J I j bit, lu, Uix ufk ul uud-f sI lur 10 U. AU
t tir bookiuiitatiiiti 4tt0 pait4vvf riiitUtf w,nb
iisuwitiic on iht Kutajitt, Maui wuui-Jy waltf4 on r
reipt of 60 Hi. AUOrrs, Qr. Butlt1 DiBbnfer
No.12 N. bth ttt $t. Louit, Mo. iluif.4ua ih; f
(Or if placed la a lint, ever)
16 MILES OF
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
t&VKRT STOVE IS
M'hci-ever l'set fir SoM
oris NfcW MZKS
Nos. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
; , - Are a Marvi-loua ( oniliiuatioii of
Aliil iU the KsM iuiuI ruiutn thttt fro to Ma u- ut.
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
i:er Ollrre.l l liar I'ul'lli-.
.Made Only hy tlie
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
No-., r.li. Ml. tin und Mm N. Main -I .,
hi. I. aula, Ma,
0. W. HENDERSON,
'-'t-W'-.l.t sai' rn.v w '
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Th Hui.lktin ia w-rve.1 lu eity nutincnU rn l'
faillifiil cur r urn at Tweiilf-I ivt tuU a Wok,
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aiiniimi ail nntl, H; thre liHtitha, 1; one
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THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'ul.lis.eJ every lUtirB-lay niOrainiral II
uniiuiii. inviuuihly maitiaiMe. 1 1,.-p.ue
on the Weekly will la- ,remil at this oHi., ao
tliat duWrilm wll ohum I .r a siilrtK-riphna
re- -.if 1 a jer.
lluuimoi Cm In, mt annum,..
On a'jiuue, at,v nsertion,....
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one aijiuire, out- tee
One aijUare, twu Week
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Out i.iii.. uu miuhiu
... i 1)0
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One iijiiare, one luierlion,...
i.'li iil.h..Ui ul In .en ,...
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tf"0u lucti is s a'lntu'
If To retrulara.lvertliiera weoflermperlorin.
dnreiu. ut. buth ai to rale ol t liar, s ami luan-
lii r or lia.layiiiK tin ir fnvora.
UoiuDiuiilcntlona upon ubjaota of cran
oral luUrnat to tba ublio aolloltsiS.
IJ-AJI Hu nutHdUUrrSl-tiblil tbsa't-Ueaaea to
S'ttlrw Wullellu 4 oiiiihii.
K r VIsflTNU CAftO With your nam ane
rl I Iv nriutpil, wiit lor have vm
ClV.l'vl!- Arenu Wantrdt a rille wnt
top. A.H.r l'l.l-r U CO. lnnkton,M.
k.-Mw III awr M) 111.1 n inn
an, lhat'11 ilieamHtlHH I lurii nmre, llial'a
(iiil," in x lnmniar ieinnmi incsr
iteue. 'llimiKll each may an.l linen altoi k
illiri-renl iMirtki'iis of tlie nyslein. tliorauwH l
liev.sl lo lien imiIhiiikiiik a l l in the I'lomt. I'll
ril'j I hi-, tijr the line of
TARBANT'H 8KLT7.EII A PERU NT.
It will do Ita work eitlly and thorot'irhlr- It
in the frreat fiiaail or IhcaurTenr Imn hlwiima
tisni and Rotit.
W)Ll liY Alt PRt;jHHT8.
A.n A ilar at Inline, Airenta wanted. Outfit
IZ and terms In. TUL'B A CO., An uta,
WANTKP. -Traveling "alemen. Kairaal
ary an t ejtK-ns iiani. Otm Mun'f'i to.,
St. lni, Mo.
THE NEW YORK
ikm lire riA'SIONNS for OHI-ra and Snhlien
woiinlit, injure.! or riiiturei, however oliRhtlv i
olilaiiiaau ini-renne of oil ratea; enllei ta arreaia
ol par an-l leiiinly , elr. So rhanre unlesa anc
ernsAil. lltern iiriiiilly anoMcrwl ly mI
ilreesin.l. II . 8C II' il.L,, Attorney a Ijiw, f-l
t lumbers' Street, New Ol k Lily, ran- I". O.
Ho " ' . .
A WKKK iruaraiit.-el to mule an-t
feiiule atrenta in their l'M-liiy.
u notliini; to try It fartleulai
V. O. VltKtlll ,
&1 trt On fr Uy at h-iro. Sample woi lu
V f IT'
free. Siiiiao ,Ccmuy,
' -Vi.mK-d rnr It I'nrltT, Ntrewath and Flavor
W riiiti . to Keep l't kl. W r llaalaalr. It t
..er.ttrely free fr. Prn Mntftknrir itruloroilierdeleien
xixuhotaiiee wl'h which Mrt rinielaitulterle4
K'.r ule l all Ororera. Ijirc'-at Vlnenr Work. In l in
ft urid. u6. It. E. U l-raoSlNQ ACO..CIUcatu
" LEARN TELEGRAPHY.
Hut la-fure poind eUe her li lo an. en-l fur
rirrulum ol N. . Telejrraiih Inslitnli!. .lane-.-
itle, Wi-'-.iiisin. Prroiuen-leil by Supt . of
W Mii t nlnn 1ileeiaih Ci.,m the only re-lial-le
m-hool ill the West.
Junetiou of Biomlwa v, 7th Avenu an J
NEW YORK CITY,
'I lin-P III'm kn writ of f.rmii t'entr:il Iepot
near tlie Kl-vatel KiilroaJ, uml tut t u
ty in i uu leu from W all Mreet. All iii'i.lern
iiiirove.incutt. Ititea tt j.r t a . I.tl
eral leruit to fain;ilie.
CHAS. E. LKLAND, Proprietor
(if I it'll' tan lloosi-, Alliitny, N ., ali'l
l lari u-lon Hotel, .-suralo'j. .-T-'l iui.
I "K 1H
H l.ol.il.lt lllH
a trrvtu. !!
( liartereit liy I lie
Klate ol lilinoia
u all imsea .f rlta, rbronle, aii-t urinary ili-iM-xaes
in all llieir i - nii li' alsl forma. It Ia wi ll
know that lr..liUT-a iuu. nKmmI at the heail of
the i-mf' Hsl-in fur the H-t ' year. A ir aiel
eH ri ne.aiei-iliiHrt.iiit. Kem t MM I Henlt
liron, nipht loi-ie.. Iy ilreaum. iliii.lept on Ihe
fare lost luunh'Ml, euii iMi-iiivety l-e euree.1
I a-tie wuiiliuir the most ilelieale attention, rail
or write. I'leui-Hnt home lor tHttieuta. A Inm.W
lor the nullum. Marmuiu t.iii li:. whi'-h tll
ou all alsiiit these tlineaen who rhuulil many
--why not I" mitt In .ay ifoelttKe- I'r .1 mi
han mi r'rf'iiix ami rlor You i-.-e uo one Inn
Ihe rl'M tor iitii-f honr-i, - a in to 7 i m suu
las, In to 11. All I'liiiiiisj Bin. Ily ronn leu
tial. l-.'s.la w-lj.
To whom Pensions are
- TTl KVionY Moldter
f f f PV'-"" white id the lmu
aud duvcharita of duty, either by ldnt o
oiberwlaa, ahoulj tiavo a paralon. Ttie Iom o
m Sogar antitloa ou to a ponalon. A ruptat
Bu matter how aliirbt, tfivea jou a pmaton.
'I ba luaa of a toa ki va yuu a pen too.
Tha loaa of an eye riyca yoo aeaaloa.
Any Injury will rfreymi a pawalaa.
who are now drawing a pemkm, arc joatty eot
lOroony of I'euamn aua Hoanty Acta.
Addrn,p. H. FITZCERALD,
VoitH Statcartaim A rent, Indian trOLis, Ih
MTOi ail lattara mark P. O. ttox S4..JM
English Itrus-tls. Three Tlv ami Incrain,
also, Hair C'ai-prta,'elvi t'Ku(.'!', (.rumli
Cloths, Oil Clotlin, etc., very eheai
St the OIU I'Jaeo
113 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
uriitt'i earelully pacLeJ acl .ci:t to -. t.y
tmrt of the L'oiteii Mates Ireuotchuru.
si-send: tor price list.-
7-4-ly. J. A; BENDALL.
(HOW DA SHINE)
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
I'.y tha Use of which every family may ttiva
tlu-ir Lilian thut hrillianl x)llh peeuliur to Han
lauuttry work, fearing tiuwautl labor in irom
in-, luora tiiau its entira t-oat. arranied.
Sold By Druggists tod Groctrs Etery tiers
ask von uonnixs'. ,
DOBBIKS, BROS. 00., 13 N. 4th St.
THE BEST AND PUREST
CHfAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY,
. DELICATELY PERFUMED.
ASK YOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WM. BIENN SDNS, CINCINNATI
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