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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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man nl ftraw.
s;V llve i a
Kiaboraik irepir.Ue.di for tlie next
Stato fair are Wing nude at OiUw a.
THfcRK art- tli re thousand seven hun
dred and eighteen I mred Siatc- troops
NornLM! wiilN'dono with tlteSutli
crn raoitio railroad Mil in onpros ilur.
In? the f.re'iit session.
The wheat In the Mates of Minni
ofa, VUrnnin mid Iowa is lieing i i . i 1 1 r t
materially hy the Il?.i:m lly.
1'onuhessji.in Wimivij of the lYi'i'U
district U inentioneil as the prnhabl.' ih'
eeor fif ('oinniisioiuT Pratt.
Will the house net upon the piipye'.
tion of the Democratic National Conven
tion and repeal the resumption feature
ol the resumption act r Iclaj are dri
geroii". Tuc t'uster iii.inuiiiint fund, ?t:itted
by the New York HtrniJ. d.ie not prow
very rapidly. The largest eoiitribtuiou
ttiia far, is one thou and dollars and the
smallest ten cents.
The wife of Gen. Cuter has hern sore
ly bereaved by his death. She ha? no
nearer relative than a cousin, now a resi
dent of Topeka. Kansas has neither
father, mother, sister, brother, child nor
" Wake me up when Kirhy dii:g.eays
the peanut boy in the theater. Col.
Wiley would like to wake up when
Kirby Smith dies, because Kirby fright--ned
him so badly during: the war. lien
ran and Kirby ran after him.
Hon. F. M. Yoi:xc.blood is a candi
date for Attorney General, subject to the
decision ol the Democratic State conven
tion. He is in every way worthy of the
position. An able lawyer, he is a good
man of an honest record a, id great possi
bilities. The "Father's story ol Charley Koss"
ha& just been published in the Kast.
This book Is an account of the abduction
of Charles Uunster Hos-s, and of the pur
suit ot the abductors to their tragic death,
and other incidents connected with the
search for the lost boy.
One term of Hayes, at this time,
aouIJ be two aud a half of Grant.
Hayes, would be, giving to hint the
most liberal eliowinfj, half as bad as
Grant, and the country cannot, at least
for the present, endure any man who
is not altogether unlike Grant.
Mr. Joh.v il. Pai.mkk, Jr., will be one
of the Democratic candidates for the
house ot the general assembly in San
gamon county. Mr. Palmer will be an
able representative, and at once take a
Ligh place in the house. He is one of
the most agreeable of men socially, and
in abilities is "a chip oil" the old block,"
The State RtgUter believes that Gov.
Glenn would be an acceptable Demo
cratic, candidate for goeruor. The Bu.
i eun suggested Gov. Glenn long ago as
the proper man to hea 1 the Democratic
ticket, lie is one of the best ol men, and
would awaken genuine enthusiasm in
every part of the State. We llieve
that, with Gov. Glenn as our candidate,
we could sweep the State.
Cam. Pkkiyu., in his .Vr4.,W, pub
lishes iKirtraits of Messrs. Haves.
Wheeler, Cullom, Sliuinan, Harlow aud
Needles. The pictures ot Shuman, liar
low' and Cullom are goo.l, but those of
Needles, Hayes aud Wheeler are bad.
Needles, w ho is a good-looking man, is
is inaile to look like w hat a pirate ought
to look like, and Hayes and Wiiei ler are
made to look like the dtvil bi fore day
The desertion of the Republican party
by D. T. LIncgar, Kn.,has created emite
a fluttering among the Hadical new-spa-per
men. He was as lovely as the lilly
of the valley as pure as the drifted
r now able as olj Web-t r- more
eloquent than Clay while he was a U.-.
publican; but now they j,U luy , ; ll(,t
honest and is prosy. Our Itadical friend
are mistaken. Liucgu- Is, as he has been
for years past, LIncgar, and nobody cIm-.
HdU the same good-hearted. careless,
hble and talkative man now that he was
when he held up the lie publican m -e in
this part of the .State.
The lienton Sla n4ml, out m
most uncompromising ! nioi ratio pa-
pers oi Rouuiern Illinois, in an article
a t . .a - j.m - bi. ...
neaoeu: -iue fusion tieud' protests
agaiust the suggestion, that the Jicmo.
e ratic State convention must endorse the
independent ticket. This the Standard
calls a bogus reform ticket, aud the In
dependent sort-head and dead-beats, and
gives fair warning that the Democrats of
Franklin w ill not vou for the "fag end''
candidate. The Standard Is not a trading
paper. It U bed-rocked on principle.
aud can see no merit lu the patriots who
aatembferJ at Decatur sometime ago and
nominated tUemseivt for the fctate
iitr. NorTurn rTn.i.
in mini.: nnn . mtorikm. .
Ilelore every election in the North the
lJepubhean politician manufacture the
most atonihinr stories about outrage
in the South -lie, in short, like sailors
spinning jams, i l hold up their bauds
in horror, and cry: ll.-held the blood
shed at the South. In cold blood the
w hite r l ls are murdering hundreds of
colored KcpuUienns !" This cry !.:
Uen aliead.r raised this year; and it
utter l.iMfy may W learned by reference
to the columns of the C hicago Frfif)
.lirwil ol a late date.
In an article headed: " Thr Fourth r
,ulr In the South," the jomat rharges
thst thedithVulty I t ween a negro militia
company and a uuuibor of white men at
Hamburg, South Carolina, ixvurred in
Georgia. "In Hamburg. Ga.," the
declares. ' reM wiitimviit
found expression in !'nodied w orthy of
a Sioux." Hamburg, Geurgial N by
llamlurg i in the loyal colore! State of
South Carolina. The Journal h either
very icnoranf, or very mean.
n th Fourth, iu Hamburg. Ninth
urolin.i, a negro militia company was
parading. It tilled the street. White citi
zens, iu carriages, w ihing to pass along
the street, were not permitted to do so.
and were abused by the patriotic colored
soldier. They complained on the 5th
Indole ft colored trial justk. w ho wa a
general of milita, against the captain ot
the company. Proofs wat issued, ami
j the captain was taken Ignore the jn'txe.
Diirii'g the examination, lie i-oaine o
iusoh'iit that the trial Ju-lice a negro
was eompclcd to arii!t him for -n-tetiitit
of court, and continue the trial
till tiie next d.iy. Betore Un Iwur tiixl
for the triai, the militia captain mustered
his company armed with muskets and
balled cartridges, and paradinl in de dance
of the trial justice and law. He tin n
wnfreiichctl himself and company iu a
large building, and delieil arrest. The
neero trial justice, compelie.l to ie.e.rt to
extreme, measures, summoned a pf?e,
an 1 a tight enued whi h rcttlted ilia.--troii'ly
to the negroes.
In South Carolina, n Hpubliean
State, thi difficulty occiirreil. It was
brought on by the law les sne-s of a fool
ish negro militia captain, and head
strong negro Justice of the peai, and yet
the Chicago Er'iig Journal fal-ely
a-serts that it occurred iu Georgia and
was the Jault of Georgia Democrats!
Tbi is a groat deal like the evidence
that wa taken In Memphis alter the
great riots in that city. A ngro woman
named Frances Thompson teitied bctor
Hon. K". li. Washburne's investigating
committee that on the night of the riot
she had been outraged by white nun
eighteen times, and that a girl who lived
with her had also been violated. Mr.
Washburne's committee made a particu
lar point ot this testimony. It pointed to
Frances Thompson with tearful eyes,
and asked: -Can we trust these nncon
structed traitors, who thus outrage
decency In acts of bloodshed and out
rages of this nameless kind?" The
stump ot the North rang with the hor
rible story ot Frances Thompson, and
Congress was invoked to interfere
in the government ol the South,
so that negro lite and negro
virtue might bo protected against law
less rebcl3 and lecherous traitors. A tew
dnys ago Frances Thompson was ar
retted, and the suspicion of the oflk-ers
being aroused, physicians were called in,
an examination w as made, and Frances
Thompson proved to be a an ii petti
coat. He is now working on the chain
gang iu Memphis, and is wearing
breeches ! Thus is all of Wahburue' in
dignation dispated, and thus Is evidence
of the etrougest kind given that the
bloody-sbirt stories about the South, told
by Itidicals by such unfair newspapers
a3 the Chicago Juumal and unprincipled
men like Morton are not worthy ot be
TlIESrUBEY tuNTESIPT t AkE.
At the late term of the supreme court
of the State ot Illinois, the court unani
mously reversed the decision of Judge
Williams of the Cook county criminal
court, who had found Mr. Wilbur V.
Storey of the Tintea, guilty ot contempt,
aud seuteni'eil him to jail for ten days.
The opinion of the supreme court, deliv
ered by Judge Schocficld Is, briefly, as
follow s :
The articles iu the Timet, upon which
Judge Williams granted his decision,
censured the action of the grand jury,
questioned its integrity as a body, and
indirectly attacked the moral character
ol certain of its members; the articles ap
peared while the grand jury was iu t,..
sinn; Mr. Storey had been charged with
certain "crimes and ollenscs" which
were Leard by that body, but at that
time, no .'.ouiplalnt.s were pending against
him and there wr.s no supposition that
any iudiclnients would b let ill lied
The only ipicsiion w ith the Miprcine
court, t Inn-lure, assuming the articles to
have been liU lous, was whether the ptili
licatiou ol a libel on a grand jury or any
of its memliers, because of an act already
done, in in Id be punished as a contempt.
i he court held that it did not under
stand the articles written by Mr. Storey
to have had a tendency to inte rfere with
the grand jury lu the discharge of any of
its duties; no allusion had been made to
any of the matters upon w hich It was to
act. and there could, therefore, have been
no attempt to bias their fudrmeiit.
Neither was there any ttlorl to induce
disoliedienee In ofllcers or witnesses; all
that could be claimed, then-lore, was that
the articles in question would cause dis
respect iu the public mind lor the grand
jury, and lor its action lu the particular
cases mentioned, and thus bring odium
upon the administration ot the, law. This
w as a grave offense, deserving ot prompt
aud severe punishment, but it w as not a
contempt ol court, and could not be pun
ished as such.
The court quoted frooi the record in a
somewhat remote ca in this state, the
opinion of a Judge that it was not
necessary to eonccilu to the couit the
power to punl-h for contempt iu cases of
nine lil-els, having no tendency to in
terfere with the administration 'of law.
This power might he Bo oftf n f lerHsed
that it wonld destroy the moral Influence;
which is the best possession rd the
court ; "nsiiecl to them cannot le roni
pelhHl; It Is the voluntary tribute to
worth, judgment and Intelligence, and
while they are found on the judgment
seat, so long and no longer, will they re
tain the public tmifldeniv;" the judge
lib led by the public press, has the same
recourse that any citir.cn has.
t'nder the present constitution of the
State, tlH' court helj that a libelous pub
lication, not calculated to intertere with
the exercise ol Ihe luuetious of the court,
could not he puhtilshcd as contempt ; the
constitution guarjiitees "that every er
son may Irecly speak, write and publish
on all subject', being responsible for the
abuse of that liberty ; and, in all trials
for libel, both civil and criminal, the
truth, when puhlichcd with good motives
aud justifiable ends, shall be a sufficient
defense." This language could not Ik1
held to have no application to courts and
and those by whom they ire conducted ;
the guarantee extends to wordasokcn or
written concerning them.' and if therefore
followed that the defendant had the
r'ht to make a defense only properly
In-fore a jury and which the judge ot a
court, himself the subject of the publi
cation, would le unlit to try.1
In aeeordanoe with theM view. Ihe
judgment of the court hcloD was re
verse.! and Ihe respondent discharged.
TILDEN AT ALBANY.
Sudden Return of the Gover
nor from Saratoga.
MIS ACCEPTANCE HOTHEAD V.
"I Have no Doubt the People
Want to Read That
A Rumored Dead-Lock on the
Ai bay, N. Y., July l., 1S7C.
Governor Tilden thought he might si
cure a respite bv going to Saratoga, but
soon found he could do as well here in
the executive chamber. So he returned
to this city last evening. He has lietore
him a large amount ot executive busi
ness, to which he Is obliged to give im
mediate attention. In a very pleasant
interview with him this evening in the
spacious garden attached to the execu
tive mansion he said that he had not yet
been able to give
HIS coxtemilated letter
accepting the nomination as the iJemo
cratic presidential candidate any consid
eration whatever. His official business
had precluded his devoting any thought
"I cannot," he said, "allow my official J
duties to accumulate. I juld never do
that. 1 am always uneasy until I have
discharged all such duties. And," he
continued after a short pause, "I can as
sure you that in this position they arc
neither few nor light."
PLEASED WITH HENDIlKKS.
He said he was very agreeably disap
pointed in meeting Governor Hendricks
in Saratoga. He did not, w hen he w ent
there, expect to meet him. The meet
ing, he said, was a very pleasant and
agreeable one on both sides. The Gov
ernor remarked that he had hoped.
when he went to Saratoga, to lie able to
remain there a few we-eks and quietly
perform his executive dutie-saway from
interruption ; but he was mistaken. It
seemed to hiui that he had only gone just
where he had the most friends.
HIS ACCEITAXCK NOT READY.
To the Inquiry w hether he had any
thing to say, "Net just yet. As soon as
I can despatch some of this executive
business (pointing to a pile of papers be
fore him) I will devote my first spare
moments to that letter of acceptance, 1
have no doubt the ieople want to read
that document. 1 know I am apt to be
curious in such matters myself. It Is
right, 1 approve of it, and I will gratify
them at the earliest practicable moment."
A KOH OK JOURNALISTS.
The Governor is looking exceedingly
well physically, and to-day he is, if any
thing, more cheerful than usual. His
house is continually beshjged with news
paper correspondents, many of whom
apparently deeming it their duly to call
upon hint while passing through theeity
on trips of pleasure or business, while
others come afar tenter view him. While
your correspondent sauntered around
the grounds this evening awaiting his
turn the Governor pas. ed through the
oreleal of an Interview of three of these
Kf Mluitttn. Hfc l vwh t tv lain
temporary home at the Stale capital, and
when he passed out into the pleasant
grounds about his house with your cor
respondent, talked; freely of Its beauties.
1(1 bt'l I iK TIIK 1II.UKN IVIi III'VUKUKH
IMKKMt W A I SaRaTeiii.i l.S I HI HI A
Id AU-I Oe K OS I1IK KINANC It L I SI KIN r
1 n k I'l uLiCAiioN or tbi: lEi rtit or
AeetplANCt I'liall'ONKIi A yKOUA-
minv that iii:MKihs wil l, sen i.O
ON TIIK TICK! T.
T hoy, July 15, 17!.
1 have just learned by u reliable as
s iii;er on the eveiilnjj train lroni Sara-
tojja, that there is music in the air be
tween (Jovcriiora Tilden und llendrltVs
They have Wu in confcreiice nearly ult
the week at riaratoi;a, evidently tryiny to
arrange their view 011 the finance
iiucsiion, bo uiai liny should no
conflict in their letter of ueccp
tance. These letters were to have been
written or imblisheel In the course of
two or three day, provided the nouii
nees could find mine common ground to
oceujiy, so that, when publUhed, the let
ter should not claxh in otiiuloua. Til
Uen Its all along been a hard-money
man, wiulo Ilendrick has been an open
and avowed tott-tuoney man. llendricka
eatne to Saratoga to meet Tilden to see if
their Vie ws could be hat uionizcd. Alter
long and tedious ronft renoei this was
tonndan impossibility, aud Hendricks
has gone back to Indiana aud Tilden re
tnrued to Albany this evening. As soon
as Tilden arrived there he canned the
follow ing dispatch to be sent out in Ihe
Associated pre-s rtpoi I :
Governor Tilden has rituinxd from
Saratoga, called back lV the pressure of
orllclal business. It w ill be vcial wevks
heloie he will able to devote any at
tention to his letter o acceptance.
This dispatch you will doubtless re-ee-ive
through the regular channels'. The
last clause lullv eontlrms the statement
I hate received Irom Saratoga, lor if Tll
elen and IIciidriks could agree upon a
common ground lor the finance views
they should utter, doe nny man suppose
there would be any nevessity to poMMne
the lctteT of acevptanec for several weeks
to come, anil on the flimsy ground id n
pressure of otlieial business, when such
letter could be written in live or six
hours' Uiiic? The postponement ol thc
Ictter of aceeptam-e for several weeks
fully shows ihe trouble lietw ecu Tilden
and Hendricks. Neither would yield
their own views, and. therefore, there
are to be no letters e.l acceptance until
suinf new deal can ! made up.
Will. lir.NMUe KS CO r.N THE TltKllY
It Is now claimed that Hendricks will
not consent to run on the ticket with
llir SnrnKit'i Inlci ! .
if.l XANT-iiOV ERNoR Pnlt.Snv.IMI H SM
HO. JOHN MohlilssKV OX THE UI IT
!i HITWN COVMiNollS Tll.IO'.N
AND HI NHKICKS MI T Ws TAI KMI
Jtltnl I .
Stiuioi.A, July I.". WO.
Th sudden departure H Goiinr
Tilden for Albany last night left no
doubt that lie had finished the "big
tlk" with Governor Hendricks. At the
depot Mr. Tilden expressed id-- great
pleasure at meetii g Mr. Hendricks,
tirl because ol hN extremely
attractive and agrit-rible manners
and secondly ltecau-'o he gained
valuable information wild regard to po
litical ailaw's iu his (ilendiick") pail e l
the country. Our governor really in
tend I to combine business with pleas
ure at the springs, but he lound s.i many
frk lids here ready lo make his May a holi
day thut lie decidiil lo go Kack to Al
bany and g t through with nme press
1 MR I IN'iNe lAI. mh lei i.rv.
The Htrall dispatch about the meet
ing of the Guvernors was eagerly le'.'id
here to-day. The real matters diM ii-ed
at the conler' lice were undoubtedly those
hinted at therein, and conversa
tion? in the hotels l.ei-e this af
ternoon contirm my lirst information.
Whateve r Uitliculties are to be overcome,
it seem4 thut the financial question will
lie bodily (halt with, although how tar
this wilfsat'sfy the party nu n it is im
possible to say. Gov. Hendricks secmetli
perfectly easy about the matter, as
though he felt certain of avoiding a con
flict of party opinion.
WHAT LlEI'TEXANT CiOV ERNiiR lOR.
Lieutenant Governor Iiortheime-r cer
tainly covers the governor's retreat well.
As your corresiKiiident telegraphed yes
terday, the governor was extremely di
plomatic hi his reply to questions as to
the tenor of the e-onterence or
intcrviw with IK-ndrlcks, and I is
lieutenant : almost as reserved,
that is in regard to the "leading
points." Meeting Mr. 1 lorsheimer to-elay',
I aked him what was the result of the
me-eting. He repheni that it was in no
sense a public matter, so far as lo possess
any special Importance, lie aid not
ttuuk it would even Interest tlie public.
And, as if to reduce the meeting ot the
St. I.ouis nominees lo the leel ed a
causal greeting in a country hotel, he de
clared it was but a private talk over the
condition of allairs, from a democratic
standpoint, east, weit and soutn. Mr.
Hendricks related what the chances of
success were in his part ot the country,
the doings of the republicans, the organ
izations for the campaign and the
possible difficulties that the administra
tion might place in the path ot trie dem
ocrats. THE LETTERS OK AlCEPTANCK.
lie-coming very emphatic. Mr. Iior
sheimer said that the conversation did
not bear upon the "frame-work or sub
frtancc" of the letters of acceptance, lucre
retere-nces being made thereto oiily lroni
time to time. At this point your
correspondent was reminded d'"Iiras,"
and exjiecteid tehear the gove rnor ex
claim. "Fact. I asure you," etc.
Leaving this part of the Kubjcct, I in
quired it the conduct ol the campaign
was sketched out.
"No," said Mr. Dor-heimer, "there
was no particular plan or line of action
mapped out at all nothing in fact, you
know, hut a private chat on business,
politics iu general, etc., such as any two
gentlemen might indulge In.''
Hon. John Morrihsey said that ii was
a very agreeable meeting, that would re
sult in good to the party. He did not
think the "acceptances'' wire much
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from lb beat u,retiii,uaod under I lie puiual
kuia-rvisiuii ol a prurtiiMtl printer and pu-niuun,
therefiue ill l.uaiauU-e ten' i'ouud ol ink
odd to be , 1 Kuperior Jet Black, Quick
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I.OWKIt ihaii any oilier Ink uianulauliiird iu
the Cli,td .sui,..
A trial of a sample keg will convince any
printer thm he ha t-u pay in Uejily douhle
what Imi aluHihl ur hi luka in lime. ps . pm
iii iu Ai;; awl l, ,rri U to auil pilielniM r.
Keystone Printing Ink Co,
17 NORTH FIFTH STREET,
Moth Is hurdiy (riven Ihsl default hv
tuff hem ra ado tor more than sily days In
I ha pu) ment of a portiou ol the auimmt .
cured to be pmd by a certain inort-irsc-e
i soculed bv John limits to
Samuel stasis 'inlor nnd Kdwm
rsrs.ni". trustees oi Hie lairo City
Property, dated Mircu 11th tffil. and
recorded in Ihe icenrder's otlhe in and lor
Alcxan tercniinlv, in the Stain of Illinois,
in book "I." or deeds, pa;c fj'i.l. el.'. Ihe
iindrrsk'ii d the hici p-or d said trii'tees,
will on WeilnesrtRj , nie VHIi dsv ol lulv
neif, A. I. tHTll at I') fcldnek in'thc fore,
noon of Hud day. ucder mid h ir na r
the power of side contained in -aid limn.
re, sell at public auction, to the tikdir't
bidder, for na.li. nt his oilier, coiner of
Washington avenue mid Kmlitectith street.
In ssid City of Cairo, in Alexamler emmiv
and ft ite of llihioi", sll tlic l-l.'ht, title and
interest of said .lolui Hodges or Ids iiipiM.
In ami to lots numhr-red 17 tuiilHi and
H (eighteen), in block numbered ssi icihl i
in the f irst addition to said Cilv of Cairo,
according to the recorded pliit thcieoi,
with the appurtenances, to sstis'y the pur
poses and condition of said iiinrli:!i!re.
Pate I. Cairo, I!',, .lime 'Jith IhM.
S. S l lATd T A VI l. It.
Trustee of the Cairo Cilv I'rooerlv.
Notice is hereby given that delault hav.
ilikf been made lul' more Hi 111 sixty c1as iu
Ihe pay mc tit of a poi'tinu o( the amount se
cured to be paid by a ce rtain lien tk.'n 'e e.
lilted l .laics Kyan to naluucl Mats
Ta lor and I'.dwiu Pitrsoiis, trustees ol Hie
l a'iio City Property, dated the I'Mh day ol
May, A.l. 17.1. and recorded iuthc record
er's "Hire, in tud tor Alexander county, in
the Stale ol Illinois, in hook i.of deeds.
.'eti'. Tho iinder-ifiiied, the sueep.siir o
s.idl triices, will on VViMlne.il.iy. the I'iIIi
day of July iiit, A. l. ls7ii, a.'lo o'.Im I.
in the f ovnAon of that Js . under ami by
irtiieof the power of -:il eonlaiued ta
el niortiracc, sell at (ilililli- auctinii, In the
hirlie-1 bid h r, tor enli. at his ,.iiue, cor
n r of a-lilnulou aenue and F'hteenth
strrt, fn aid tlty of Cairo, in Alsyiudcr
county and Mate ol Illinois tl the rlulil.
title iilel interest of said .lames It) an or hi
sisiris, in and to lots numbered 1.1 iThir
tectn and If (Kourteeni, ill hi eK nnuilier
i d (Tuuity i Uli'o iu the Kir-t addition
t said City ol Ca'i'o, an nrdin fo the re
corded plat there Of, W i'll tt)P :i lll l'Il,-ili
ee, to f.i'isfy the purpose and cnnditi.pn
ot said morteaie.
listed, C'airo, Id, .lone '27 1 U 17'i.
Tru-tee of Hie i 'aim City Projn 1 1 1-.
l:v ii tuc of an xi rulhin lo lue ilirei li'il
h ihe Clerk of Hie Circuit Court of Ah x
sinirr County, in the State of I'linois, in
favor of lieinard M.-Manus and sainst
.1 lines . fry, I have levied upon the lol-l-iwing
desri'itjcd prnpeity, in fiit Ad. lit
ion to the city of Curo, in the County ol
Alexander and Slate of Illinois, to-wit :
All ol the linht. title and lntfrpt of said
James A. fry in and to lot cumbered thir
teen (lul in block numbered fortv-MPTell (I")
whit-ri 1 shall iO r at pJhllc 'sale nt the
outh-west door ol the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, in the County of Alexander
and "state ol lllinni-, on the lillli Uy ol Oc
tober, A. I., I.s7i, nt the hour ol leen
o'clock, A M., for cs-h, t sati-fv saiil e
ecu lion. At EX. II Irviv.
.Slieritl' of Alexander County, Iiliiois.
Cairo, Ills., July VI, 17'!. " did
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
DT virtue of a chattel mortiriiire', executed bv
J JA. it. allor.l mid 11. I.. Morrill a. rvteivorrt
ol the Cairo ami inrennea railroad ami tl.e
Cairo iiml V inrennes milroad v.inuiiy, to
the iiniliTr-iKiied. lierniK ilnte rehriiurv lit,
I-;-., we will, on the day of July. l-TO. ui
ihe hour til 1" o'clfn-ka. m. . at the round hmie
of the I'auo aud V iiiceones railrouil, in e'Hiro,
llhuoin, procivil to sell, ut nublie M-lidur lo the
nift-hest bidder, the tollowinx iiearrilwd iroi
ty, beiu( a portion ol the rolling etin-k ol the
aid Cairo and V im cnni' railroad, and a 1"H-
lionnf the proiierty decriled in said inorticaire.
lo-wil; Lox curs I'lilulielft ten (l').IWruiv
(J1-), tuentv-two (.'J), iwenlv-loiir (-'Ij.thirtv
(.1"), thirtv'-two ( :j). thirtv-foiir ( H) , thirty-
eiirht ( v-), roi ty-feix !.), lilty-twu ( . , liliy-six
to"'!, aeventv-two (. .) . seveiitv-ioiir I t'Ktnv-
two (sj), iiur humlred Kiel 6ix (!). one hundred
and f.jnrtwn (III) nne luindrvlnnd twenty ?'),
one hundred and twenty-two (IJ'JI one hundred
and Iweuty-eiKht (l-y) one hundied and forty-
two lii.'j . one liunureii alio lorty-nix t it' I aiei
one hundred and ity (!") .
I lat and coal cars imraiiered twenty-se en (-. ),
thirty-nine (.T'j and lotty-iive it:); that the
terms of raid nilenre rush in haad.
Dale. I June 17th . lfTii.
lilt KKL, MORGAN Al.K.,
fi-jei-d-eod. Mortiiai-'ee!, .
FA I XT AXD OILS.
B. F. PARKJBR,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
now tmaaoB, ac.
41y on hand, the rett-bralcd lllKioiiialiiiir
Corner Elvt.nth Streut and Washing -
I.IHI OK ii:ai.i:kn-
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholisule and lUtuil fleah ra in
Forelga and Domcstio
vii:h or m.m. uiniim.
No. 60 Ohio Lovoo,
TKhSh. SMYTH iO. have eobatautly
1VL a lurKe fll.x k ol tlie lul hhkI.i in uie nmi
ki l , and Ki Ve eHiHi-ial uiu uliou lolhe Mlioleuulu
raneh ol the hiiiincss.
Iir-a.,' iLit i.L.l
" fiUANS, dOllH. COhNb.
iBLAINS, UkCfcHb, h;-tE, ru,
SoructUu t It. k ii ' t ii-ii I''.'
t. .....i! eii.elik.lia Co., hiniuUiii hi., lu..,.
'1 )nily y'afirxp.-n'tire in the trejluit-ut el tiexual ana
Ciiroutc tiikcabfHi.tti'iOi t'.
r. HI TTa'Mrriarnl.
JlliJM. A rUykioloai.c-! Viw of M u riae
JjLty 'r ihnuarre J auit llii.w onl. nil' at i'
I IS " B xf limiriullf, oull.lynii' l ri.n.ilmt.
' l'"a Lin i.il Iha icnl liittilmtiMi.il tu.itli,
it aiil.uoil iiuJ wouiftiibiMl An ii.titimiril buuk ut vw,
l.r pniAIM rAdmil. lorll klMUill ll kil Uiulrr lutk au4
k.-y. i.l mi l. r tiirflcl,.
A PH1V ATE MEDICAL THI ATI81! on llil.miea
ol a Vi'ival Wtur IU tltll Ht-fl, UlrHlMIM-.Ul.il tl i
out. r..il!au!Mi-ui, and UicUrMMOIcim. 141 ihiii
m ,i Ii r..,uv.iut.. ant unil. r i'l lr;i 1 1.
M EU1C At, ADVICE on h. ik1 Chmnlr Divafr,,
r. i.t.ual Wv-kiu-., Ctttarrli, Cftiii'rr, Huinunt, U, ilnum
lUhK, r., a -' pafc? aiirk wHt uuilr X'ttl fur In ru. All
thru bock i-wiitin in 4aupaffaanlt-rTUiOii.'auna
kuu i itu wi' tl- uMKtt. ut aouuiuly aaaiad ou r.
win of 0 eta. AiUrr.,, Oe. KuK' Oiapantaiy,
Nu.l2N, blht..$l. Uui,Mo. it.tkiUvu ixr j .
iTL-B M AH -i i ...
T I II I a
(Or if placed la a line, ever)
.' i' v .
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVr.ltV STltV K ISj
W in ieei I
I or si,, Id
i i Fault !
Ol It KV MFH
Noh. 37, 38, 39, 47, 4H and 40
Aien Murvi lour Coinbiiiaiioii of
NEATNESS, and t
U MI K riitial ruii.l . lut in fi Mukf lip
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
l-'vrr Oirrreil lo Hie I'ul.llc.
Made eii.ly hy the
r xr;e!sior Manufactuiinu Co.,
..!.!. ill, i li. and it- N
S. l.niai, n.
s.U.O Is V
O. W. HENDERSON,
- l w..l.v-u m.tit
TIIK HAILV BULLETIN.
rjIlK l.t lJ.l US m piibliHhe.t 1 vcrj Uiornu.ir
(except Momlii)) 1 the Hull, liu linildnur, oor
ner Waihinirton avi one and 1 wi bUi tre t.
Tli rtct.LfcliM ia served to eity subiH.TilH.rrt by
faithful carrier at I Wi nly-Kive Cenla a Week,
payable Wiekly. lly Had, (iu advaie lj, Iohi
anniun; ix inonthi, f'; thiw month, 1; oiie
month, cl i.'i.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN.
I'ul.lirSed cery Tliuiailuy rriorninK at !
c: aonutn, invariilily in advance. Ihe ixjntaire
on the Weekly will he pn ptild ut thi ofhi-, to
that siibcTiher wil ohUiin lor a iulcriptiiQ
lice of 1 a year.
I) I I. v .
flilttinea Carde, o r annum,
One Bipiare, one iioertinti, ....
One aijnare, two um rtiona, .
One B'piarv, oi. ,
One miliar.-, two 'irli .L...
One aqiiare, ihriv we,k
Ojic ,pue, ore li.ioitli,
.. 1 .'!
.. .1 u
... 4 ii
W K B U i. Y .
line a.piaie, one insertion,
K'i:u Aid.M'ijuenl In -erl
UrOnf in. U is a i imre.
'fr regular u.Kertlni i i we nfli-r uiiiu-ilor in
due. lucnte, both a-i to r ol rlwin and h.kji-
in r of dinplayinn their favor.
Oommuulcatlurii ui.cn uldui.ta of am
eral ir.ti.reat to tho public adUlted.
11" AH IliiBine-. Letleraahbiild U lid.lr'SM-t to
I'Hlrn llnllelin ..uinn t .
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY,,
A riiUrlf t-durmuil tiki L-an:iv tin.'il.- I -1. i I l) -
IU t Uw4jHlul, 4 14 uk'lp ill i t. v .
Cnvrn all form f PR1VA1T,
OIKONIC ud SKXUAL X)1S
KA.KKS. . 4
Spok'mutori uou auit Iniiiocn y,
u tl c n n Jl t vli ibihi ia .! I t v t4 in iuj
llif-! "ll s, Ol Clilr i'il-M. Hlfl I !' II. st.liK' t I III l-l
lfiMi HlfM. Noi !. S tl I t.n li-.i- ihi.M tim
t-,lt lit urKafll I. Dilliln . C I . I U It i- HI' Ii 1 I I'll I
fi- hi l ? J'nui.lfuii r ui-, - i ;! t-. h . i .1 . n.ui. .
I 'viilU'iun nt Mi. 1 I -u . . ' r A - , r ' I ifiir
turti ifc iiuiiii-t-r t uubtii'r, rv H,um i.lii i nut t-riu.-
u biiy cuioi, SVpjKlLilS ') "'-J i
QLKXi HinciMM', iMtlntii, If. i i.e. ,' H.iUi- ,
ill'. aUi'l etllff (in it 0 I, 111' If 1 CUI-1
tl l- 'lf ri.i lit tl.t ,ti 4. i .11 a b p n 4 "cl ill't-Mli H
tn n cvrium m ' t l .ii : r . m. I trii.i.i il.'..n.iti-l -i.h-i-il
li'tmc- TI ml II. I'I ti l.ili iu Wttt.' IUI- I. I "IUB
it on an lul -eii.ut w, m - ci f. U lieu i' i ia ("i h ii U.
tl t tl," 'lly (ur LrCHtlU M, .Mf-Ul 111 tf'IU "HI .ii'l-l
U'i uteljf L luntlui' iri im 1il-.
Cure Guaruutued iu all Ve
undertaken . . .. ,
i ...,-niUu.iu .riv.oHi- (T Id Icllt-r r. til lnvil-1.
VL itjv i kjbltti'ls. kiil Cuffi'-j-ii. Icu v Mil- U t .liUUuinl.
Of .VW) I'feKf , 'iii louhv kil lrcia, rTurt ij aVtUii, lor t thirty
rrbt hlii.illt Im: ftaJ lT Uil. AiilffM m
fjlLc tiufi f 1.41 A. W loM. M Huu.l-i-, X t 4 P. II-
mm h nni n aim
An lliiutrated Work ri
I Ifllllflf Ha pfcapriniua eouuwlur
a tiu iiiArru-d Aud uiar
rlni'iawhli I II n Uil Hill ll.to J
OtlM MaUAi BVmtMU, lniJrt(
let., ItUril uiacuverit-a in Ihm
t truly liAi'py.ii U iorhtl r Ltiun. Aluit ami i-nnale.
Kifnra ui rrpnuuciion j hut ia
you nu Sua wnuuir ovi-m iuuuiu iwi biiu urkrv ii , i
i-uiiUkiii liituruuatiuu, which bu one can atfrnii lu lm with
cutt va hum U pruwrve thf hUh( and riuplaaioa, and
five flu ftui-U thr-k the trvatinega wl youth ; U U-nl au4
bulr triM MuxriaKv tiuida iu the world. Frit Nlvmuit
ty Mail. Tiatt auu.or may bm euanulted pertoiaftlly or IV
inftil uit any ufthr utiirirU meatiouf-J iu tiia yrrti rtijdrt
Ut- A. U. Qi-Ui, liS aAa-wtt gt., Clikajiu, ilL
MMniUKk iiuitik- illutlnaU-U
lruiulH ivm-lit all thaui
uuikiiivr ahculU a now tn
4 .mri.Uii-. Muriate.
iiyi.. 'a My tent
and iUvviaiiooa the
a.-v ufi I v-rt.eni.huw lurunt
Bl i kind uf I.iteaara, with huadi.Hl u( valuable n-cripta,
ituBiiouiu Hiarrv.inviuilM-uiiiiru " "'"'f;
lurvaud rurv. Treat. on a'l iiiarate. tully axii.ainiiig ih Ir
kJAuaet. tvii.ut unaaud D ! tu U IhcoiiJV r-aiiy
a truuAc ' utk uMtu fc aid avvr pi'ft.iwd, arwl ia c.ini.i.-ta
iu iTf rv rvapt-i-t. ik ut Ki-uh ; rah-J on r--riirt ol iit i .
AddrM. Jlr C. A. KtlANNA. (iiV vnll d4 trl-
VIstUNO CAfim wlih tonraameflne-
nrintrd, sent lor ii. We hare line.
tyles. Airenls W antenj " sampi" eent
A. II. H I.I.I. It aCO. nrocarnn.aiaaa
tteren lli Hiiater na llalil ni ou
ran . lhat'a rheuniatisin I oae turn more, that's
oul," in a familiar ilrtrriidimi d these two
ili 'IhmiKh inch may and dues attar'
riilli-ivnl portion- of Ihe sy.-ti lli, Ihe cause is lie
lli ve, to be a 110IA0110118 acid ill the blood I'll
1 ; mm uy me u.M' 01
TAUKA.NT'S Sl.l.'l .l- It AI'tUlt.NT.
It will do a woik siifSNlllv and thoroughly. It
is the great friend of the aiitti'ier from Kheiiina
ti 'in and gout. ,
HOI.ll.IIY AIJ. UI(l (.i,lH1H.
a m A day at Iiiiiof.
on til i
5l and U-roi- fiw. TI
it K CO.
irAMKI.-1niTellnif Salesmen. Kir nnl
V ary and eM'uie paid, iciu Muli'f k o.,
s I.ouis, .Mo.
TIIE NEW YORK
.mil ri;.s sill iNNm for oiiirn and foldiei
WiMOideil.injuii-! or niplnnil, howeter xhchtlv ;
ol.Utiniuo IiiemiM-of old rate.i; collects arreai
nt pay and bounty, etc No rtiarge unless sue.
eim-ful. I.Mtt ii promptly amtwered by ad -drnsiiiKJ.
tl.HCIliil.l,, Aluirney at lr, id
Chainher' street , New Yoik ity, ! I". O.
A VVf.f If riiarauU-ist to turtle and
fdhule aKeuls in tin ir locality.
Cost nothing to tiy it I'm llrulaia
Ire 1'. O VICKKItY CO ,
i n ClOA ixrduyat home. Sarnnle worth
33 lO ipSU J, f,,. tit.n 4 Coiiipany.
I'i rtl.md Mitine.
'vnhrmeii for It Porltv, Ktrrnilk na Flavor
w arrai,t,..i to Keep -eu .. We e.aarantre It u
l enllreiy free from ,sm( uric And or other deleirn
uiitMtknre. with wlil.-li tl'i-l I'meirltaiJulterated
Fr ale o alH.rtx ern. I.nret Vltn-irar Work In ti,
tV'urld. AkKjb. Ikm. fc.. L. I'kliRblNU COCbleana
Hot U'I'ure goitif elewl re to do io, send lul
fiii ular ot S. W . lelerraph Institute, .lune
ville, VVIscomin. Keculuendnl by Mipt of
VVa'teru I niou 'lelexiaph o.,a thnonlyre
liable houl in the Wot.
Junction of Eroa tway, 7Ui AvlUU auJ
NEW YORK CITY,
'I hre lllocka wc-t of firan 1 Ontrnl llejiot
near the Klevuted I! illroud, nil I btittncn
ty minute lroni Wall Street. All.inodeiu
iuilirovotnents. Ititc ? per d. I.lb
er.il terill" lu f:illl.llic.
CHAS. E. LELAND. Proprietor
of 1 .1c :m lloue, Albany. N. V..t.t
Clnreiidon Hotel, Saratoga. 7-7-dlin.
W Ha III II It toil
MliU I ruukllM
t harii ri-1 br tin
Slate or lllinoia
for the ei.re.
llllIIMs ol II von
tV.'-"' r: it immediate relui
n nil i. nof l.rltate. il.rolnc. alld lirlliatT ll-
ea- in all tlM-ir . ..inplical. .1 orm. It ia Well
kuon u that Ut .laum has ei.,d ut the head ol
the profes-ion for the pat .v Tear. Ar an 1
eiH rienceun all-iiiiiioilnnt. Seiiiinl Weak
neia, i,iiht lo-e by dream. piniple on the
face lost manhood, can mmiiIi1- r curnd
Ijld.en wautlliK the llnt delicate attention, rjill
orunle. I'letv.unt home for p:ilichU. A hook
for the million, ilarrnu-e ini'le which tell
von all alxnit these diea-e who hhonld many
--viliv not h' cent tu iv pont.iirc. I'r. lame
ha :ai ruolu and irloi . u m-c no one but
the doctor nin e hmir, a In. to J p. m miii
iluv, lo In 1.'. All buriiie Ptrn llv eonfldeii
tiai. l-.'-.Uvr-lt .
To whom Pensions are
n A TTi HVHltY, oldlor
fr VJ-UT)1ULKI whit in the line
and diacnarga of duty, cither by mrvMmt o
otbarwlaa, hould bavo pemion. The lost u
a Bnirer entitle you loa nion. A ruptul
no matter how aluiht, riea you a peiwlon.
Tbe loaaof a too kivc)ou a peaaloo.
The loaaof an eye Kivea you a peoalon.
' wiliaite you a peuaion.
fVkliV aif ClAlkaill
Addrc.p. H. FITZCERALD.
t'nlted !tatenaim Ajjent, IDiaMtPOLIs. I lk
faUa all letter mark P. O. bos U.M
riMM ubla what war ten n tkl airmtab
Kie lisli I'.russel". Tliren 11 y and Inuraiu,
al-o, Mir Carpets. Vt-lvei line, cruuili
l'oih, Oil Cloths, etc.. vt-r elie
at the Old I'lnce
112 FULTOIM ST., NEW YOKK.
carpet i urcfnlly pn Ueil :indMiii l.i uoj
purtoltliU I Ullcd Mati alieeul chill e.
T f-SENDITOR PRICE LIST.' 14
7-l-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
By the uae of which every lauiily niuy ifive
then- l inen t li.il brilliant polish peculiar to llua
laundry work. Savin luneiind labor iu irom
iuK. more Uiau itt entile coat. W ftirauted.
Said By Druggitti tad Orocart Every win.
ASK rOlt DOBBINS'.
DOBBINS, BR03. & CO., 13 N. 4th St.
it :'l diw-'ni. PhilacWlphU.
the: best and PUREBI
CHEAP, CONVENIENT. CLEANLY.
ASK VOUR GROCER OR ORUQOItT FOR IT
WM, GLENN SONS, CINCINNATI
II hn ar unwdrAvnait a neSlon. ara jut?wttti'
lurooprof Peuaion and bonnty Acta.
s'a s"rs. .. ;