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MUtur Erory larw.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
4NrCL J. TII.DfcW.
of Sew Tork .
TKOMtN A. IIEXDRILlin,
lot. Ben. he ran from rebel Kirby,
Faster than a hor at lerby.
Gen. Crook has been hunting for but
laloe on the plains, (.'rook should be
hunting for Indian, not buflalor?.
SiTTtxa Bcll speaks French, read
the history of Napoleon's wars, and kills
our soldier. Sitting Dull is ti smart
Kirby, the rebel, cot after Ben Wiley,
Aad Wiley, the Colonel, ran off in a fright ;
And bo all the boys fay that Col. Ben Wiley
la h 1 la a rare, bat not flinch in a fipht.
Thk Ihlnjr wems to be drifting t.leini
ward. The Ouinov Herald, rd a late
date, says t "We do not hesitate to tx
press the linn conviction that the Fiiret
passport to victory is the nomination f
A ncmbfr of Boston laities have pur
chased theOld South Church, and if they
cannot raise enough money in sixty days
ro purchase the land on which it stands,
they will taVe it down and put it up
where land Is cheajier.
The largest railroad tunnel in the
lnited States except the IIooac, has
jut been completed on tLo line of the
Southern Pacific road. This tunnel i
near San Fernando in.. .California, and is
the last ol eighteen 011 the Southern Pa
A chirvovxt doctor at Minneapolis.
Minnesota, named Ir. Thomas, three
years ago while in a trance, eave a fair
sketch of Custer's battle ground and fore
told the destruction ol the entire party
at that point, and gave a correct idea of
the sorrow felt throughout the land on
account of the disaster.
Am Indiana lady sent a letter to her
brother in California, that the tamily had
small-pox. and in a lew days he had it
too. New York UtraU.
People with small-pox in their latui
lies, who write letters to their friends
away from home, should perfume their
white-winged messengers with carbolic
Sjme of the Indiana Republicans
think that Orth ought to get off the
ticket in that State and give place to
a man who Is not being investigated.
Commissioner Pratt, just retired by
the president, would satisfy the Repub
licans who feel that their canvass in the
Iloosier State is one of those desperate
eases that require a desperate remedy.
Thk Democratic Stale convention ol
Missouri, which was still in session yes
terday, nominated for governor, John
S. Phelps ; lor lieuteuant-govercor, II.
C. Brockmeyer; lor treasurer, Elijah
Yates; for secretary of state, M. K. Mc
Grath ; for auditor. Thomas Uolladay ;
lor registar ol lands, J. E. McIIenry ;
for attorney-general, J. S. Smith ; lor
supreme judge, John W. Henry.
When Hayes announced in his letter
of acceptance his "inflexible determina
tion to accept but one term of the presi
dency," he offended a large portion
ol the Kcpublican party the portion fed
by President Grant. Grant hlmsell is
highly Incensed against Mr. Hayes, and
thinks his letter 'was in very bad taste."
It might really have been better for Mr.
Hayes 11 he bad not made the announce
ment ot his one-term policy. It has
alienated Grant and the Grantites, ax.d
these are powerlul enough to defeat
Hayes 111 November.
Coi. Bex. L. Wuty, the Radical can
didate lor congress in this district, was
dismissed from the army, and among his
neighbors he has the reputation of being
a man who will not pay his debts. With
an ample fortune, which is carefully
kept In the name of his wife, he defies
his creditors. Lately he irmitted the
property of one of hit sureties to be
sold for tils debt ; and, with xld-hearted
cruelty, made his confiding friend a
bankrupt. He U a proper man to rep.
resent the party of corruption and bad
A Sr. PaI'L liottr Pi tts and TrUtunt
special Irom Bismarck, says the state
ment that Sitting Bull was killed in the
fight with Custer is confirmed from
Indian sources. Crazy Horse and Black
Moon were also killed. The statement
that Sitting Bull's band of I'nc-Papas
lost 100 killed, and that the total loss of
the Indians will reach nearly 400, is re
newed. Six companies of the twenty
second inlantry fett Bismarck to-day to
reinforce General Terry. Nearly all the
Bucks are absent from the Standing
Hock cami.. and have undoubtedly
joined the hmtiles.
A WasuixcTON special, dated 20th
inet., says that it is certain that the bank
ing and currency committee will not do
anything with the resumption act this
session. This is regarded as unior.
tunate by Western men who are not only
heartily in favor of the repeal ol the bill.
but think the committee oueht to 1
willing to conform to the Democratic
party expressions at made In the nation
al convention, it is known that Mr
Hendricks desires that a bill to repeal
tne impracticable and absurd resumption
uwaaure anoum pass tne House, while Mr
Tilden, who stands upon the St. Louis
piauonn, aoes not oppose it.
Tiir. Tii.Dr Ann iikxdriihs)
Tin' announcement that Hie Ittino
oratie candidates tor president and vice-
president had met at Saratoga, had ill
cused the issues of the canvas, had
found Irreconcilable difference ol opin
ion existing between llicm, aud had
parted without coming to any under
standing, wa a fiction developed in the
brain ot some Kcpublican news-vender
with whom the wish was father to the
thought. The conference between Mr. Til-
den and Mr. Hendricks, at Saratoga, was
lrfectly bartnonlou. Concerning the
financial question, Mr. Hendricks stated
that tne division in the States ol Indiana
aud Ohio induced the politicians on both
sides, in local conventions aud meetings,
to tamper with it as a bid for local sup
port. This, he said, was done Just as
much by Republicans as by Democrats;
Just n frequently by the supporters fif
Hayes and Wheeler as by those of Tilden
and Hendricks. Speaking lor himself,
Mr. Hendricks said : " The national
convention, authorized to speak for the
party, had made declaration ol the prin
ciples of tlio party, and that foreclosed
the matter so far as the candidate tor
the national offices were concerned."
But ho Wicved the repeat of the re
sumption a t would benefit the party in
Ohio and Indiana without injuring the
ticket with hard-money men. as the act
had been thrown nvortroanl by the Cin
cinnati convention and was conceded
by all sensible business men and compe
tent financiers In both parties to be Im
practicable and ineflicii-nt. With that
concession he believed the OcIoIkt
States would give large IVtnooraiio ma
jorities. Mr. Tilden believed this eoure
would be an cxpre'Mon in opposition to
the national Ienioeratie platform jut
lai l down, which declare only in lavor
of the repeal of that clause of the law
fixin? the date for resumption positively
on January 1, 1 S7!. He ndmitted that
congres would have a perfect right to
repeal that or any other law it
might see tit to repeal, without regard to
precedents or platforms, if it had the
power to do so and Mieved it to be for
the public interest. But in this instance
the one house had not the power even if
it had tli" disposition to repeal
this law, and no man of sense,
so mistaken as to be honestly in
favor ol fofUtion, could tail to recognize
the deceptive character of such a policy.
It would not satisfy any inflation! st and
would offend the hard money sentiment
of the country not the less, becau-e it
would lie known from the former pol
icy ot congress and from the recent utter
ances of'thc national convention to be in
direct antagonism to the principles of
the. Democracy. After a very full dis
cussion Mr. Hendricks declared
hii concurrence in Mr. Tildcti's views.
at the same time stating that his!
remarks In regard to the repeal had bctu
made not as representing hU own seuti-
ments, but iu deference to the opinions
ot prominent Democrats in his own State
and in Ohio.
After some further cuim-mtion in
regard to the details ol the umui in
Ohio and Indiana "with which Mr. Til-
Men eboweda familiarity that aetonUhed
Mr. Hendricks," the "president and
'vice-president of the United States that
will be, parted company in the expecta
tion ol meeting again at Washington on
'the 4th ol March, 1S77."
ORAST ASD HATCH
The Republicans and bogus reformers,
like Hon. Carl Schurz, profess to be de
lighted wUh the promises of Gov. Hayes'
letter of acceptance. Here, they ex
claim, you have a brave promise of re
form iu the civil service a promise that
gives to Gov. Hayes the right to believe
that lie will receive the support of all
good citizens who wuk to have the ad
ministration of the government purified.
This promise is as follows. Says Gov.
Hayes, iu his fetter of acceptance :
This system destroys the Independence
ot the separate departments of the gov-
eminent- It tenAa fliretlv In.vrruvL.
gance and otllcial incapacity, and is a
icujpiauun 10 uisuonesiy. 11 Dinners
and impairs that careful supervision and
Strict accountability tiv uhiidi nlr.no fi.it li.
t ut and etlicieut public service can be se
cured, ii ousirucis tne prompt removal
and sure punishment ot the unworthy.
In every way it degrades the civil service
and the character of the government. It
is felt, 1 am confident, by a large minor
ity of the member of congress to be an
intolerable burden and unwarrantable
hindrance to the proper discharge ot
their legitimate duties. It ought to be
abolished. The reform should be thor
ough, radical and complete. We should
return to the principles and practice of
the founders of the government, supply
ing by legislation that which was form
erly the established custom. They neith
er expected nor desired from public offi
cers any partUan servli. They meant
that public officers should owe their ser
vices to the government and to the peo
Die. Thev meant Unit au rHleor chr.1.1,1
be secure Jo his tenure as Jong hi hit jut-
"""" cuaraeier reiir.uneu untarnished
mmI tim portormanfe of his duties satis-
This is all very well; out it realty
amount to nothing. In 170 President
Grant, who had been talking lust as
Hayes is now talking, said to congress :
Always ravoring practical reform, 1
reecUully call your attention to one
nlLie ot lnnir iitAiiilinv u. l.1,1. 1 .....i.i
- a m ,,- . nuitivi
like to see remedied by .his congress, it Is
a reform in the civil service of the coun
try. 1 would have it go U'yond the
mere tixlnir of the tennr ol el.rba n.,.i
employes, who do not require "the ad
vice and consent of the seuate" to make
their appointments complete. 1 would
nave u govern not the tenure but the
manner of making all appointments.
'1 here is no dut v u l.lch m ,....i ...
J w.. H w ... v ilium -
rasses the executive and heads of de-
arttnents as that ot appointments, nor
is there anv such ariliumii mil i i i... .
labor impoed upon our senators and
vpicacuiiiuTM uiai oi nuenng placet
lor constituents. The present system
does uot secure the best men, aud often
not even fit men for public place.
The Republican party paid no atten
tion to President Gram's recommenda
tion, aud utterly ignored iu often rc.
peatod premises of reform. President
Grant, yielding to the pressure of his
partisans, made the civil service an Instru
ment to be used by the Republican
party aud abandoned all attempts to re
form the administration of the govern
ment. Surrounded by the men who
bent President Grant's stubbot ii will to
their own, Mr. Hayes, it he should be
elct ted, will I unable to resist their
power and Income nn instrument In
their corrupt hands. Th weak Hayes
could not stand up tinder the presure
that threw down the strong Grant.
uconuK r.. mm.
The Hon. George K. Piigh died at his
residence In Cincinnati on Wednesday
night last. Mr. Ptigh was lift) -four
years old at the time of his ath. and
had beeu for thirty years one ol the prom!
bent lawyers and politician nf the state
ot Ohio. He graduated at the Miaina
University of Oxford, and was admitted
to the bar before he was ol age. He
practised his proiesslon until the break
ing out of the Mexican war, w hen he en
tered the service and went to the fron
tier as captain ol the 4th Ohio volunteers.
At the close of the war, he formed
a law partnership with George II.
Pendleton, lie served several terms in
the State legislature, in 1851 was elected
attorney-general for the State, and In
18.l was elected to the I'nited States
senate, where he pertormcd valuable ser
vice as a member ot the judiciary com
mittee. Mr. Piigh wa a life-long Demo-
crat and as a member of the Charles
ton convention in ISOO.tnade a speech for
Douglas, which was one of the great
speeches ot his life, aud stamped him as
one of the great orator ol the lime.
As a lawyer, says the Cincinnati Ci,i-
tnrnlnl. "Air. Pugh was admittedly
'one of ilie aWlest of hi day and gcnei a
'tion in the United Slates. not suffering in
'comparison with the grearer. h'wing,
who v,a regarded a sec
ond only to WebUi. was
not esteenied h greater lawyer than
Pugh, and as a ihctorlcian oine very
'judicious critics award the palm to
Pugh. This point, however, it would
not bo proper to com-ede a established,
some being of the opinion that, outside
the domain of law and politic, Kwing
had the advantage of more extensive
culture. Sttaiberv is considered more
polished, but Pugh a tougher man in
tellectually. The grand exhibition we
had in our court some years njto. in
which Evarts aud Pugh were pitted
against each other, in the contest be
tween the Ohio and Mississippi rail
road company and the Cincinnati and
Indianapolis company, fett the im
pression ou the minds of a great many
who witnessed it that Pugh wa entitled
!o the laurels."
Tilt: '.l M SHIR IIOlllltY.
The "Midsummer Holiday Number"
of Scribner is an attempt at something
uw on the part of the publisher, who
announce that ail the care that is Usually
bestowed upon the Christmas issue has
gone to the making of tlii warm weather
number. The tubjects dealt with have
an out-of-door interest and the Illustra
tions (ot which there are marly one
hundred) are quite in sympathy with
the text. There are five articles of sum
mer travel : The localities described be
ing Niagara, Colorado, Novo Scotia,
the city ol Trier on the Mosel, and
Ilide-and-Sctk Towu, a New England
summer resort of great attractiveness,
the true name ol which is left to be
guessed. John Burroughs writes in his
own delightful language about Birds,
and Mrs. Bridges, whose bird-paintings
have been so much admired In New
York, has made her first wood-drawings
to illustrate this article. There are two
remarkable short stories in the number:
"The Living Mummy" by Toiirgueneff,
the Russian novelist, which it is believed
has not before appeared in English, and
"Crawford's Consistency," by Henry
James, jr. Of the serials, "Phillip
Nolan's Friends" is continued, Bret
Harte's "Gabriel Conroy" Is concluded
(this being the tenth installment), and
Fannie Hodgson Burnett's "That Eas
o' Lowrie's" a story of English mining
life, is begun.
Among the poetry are It. II. Stoddard's
Centennial Ode entitled "Ho-pes
Civitatls," and "The Flood of Years,"
by William Cullen Bryant, both remark
able poems: Willi shorter pieces by Mrs.
Thaxter, T. B. Aldrich, "II. II." and
others. In the Editorial department,
Dr. Holland writes about "The Mann
factureof Doctors," "The Social Evil,"
and "The Dead-Beat Nuisance;" " i he
Old Cabinet" contains mul-summir
songs, etc.; "Home and Society" has
hints about the "Short Trips near New
York" which Centennial visitor may
take; and there are some bright bits ot
humor in the department of "Brie-a-Brac."
The publishers elnitu that this is "the
most beautiful number ol a magazine
ever published iu this country" and offer
it as their contribution to the "glories
of tho Centennial year."
tiir. xkw rovrsi. s,h',
Tim tl tan itlattY to lt,icl-
tlass matter has been signed by the
president and Is now in operation. Sec
tion fifteen provides that transient news
papers and magazines, secular publica
tions designed for advertising purposes,
for free circulation at nominal rates,
and all pr.n ted matter ot the third class
expt unsealed circulars, Miall be admit
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two ounces or iractional part thereol,
and one cent for each two additional
ounces or fractional part thereof ; and
the sender of any article ol the
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or her name or address therein, or on
the ouuido thereof, with the word
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or may write briefly or print on any
package the uumber aud names of the
Publishers ot newspapers and period
icals may print on the wrapjiers of news
papers or magazines, sent from the
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ers, the time to w hlcli subscription there
for has been paid; and addresses ujon
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be either written, printed or afllxed
thereto at the option of the scudcr.
Section sixteen provides, that on tin-
sealed circulars and all mailable matter
of the third class, other than that desig
Hated in the foregoing section, postage
will be charged as heretofore, one cent
for each ounce, or traction thereol.
l )tl:R S III MII.I4TIO.
The humiliation of Gen. Custer at the
hand of Gen. Grant wa more complete
than I generally known. The corrcs-
londent of the New York ItnaUl writing
from Bismarck, Dakota territory, under
date of the ITlh inst., says: The fm t that
Ouster, though with the expedition and
nominally iu command of his regiment
had no command whatever until after
Reno's return Irom lii- fruitless scout of
the20ih, has not Ix en made public. His
regiment was divided into two wings
the right under Reno nud the left under
Benteen, while Cutter was left to wabble
w here he would without responsibility
and without command. Much of the tim,
was spent with lis brothers and a few
trusty men hunting and scouting on his
own account. ncrally he was with
the advance, but not in command et ii
Two or three time he w as called upon to
find passes through the Bad I. amis ot
mountain?. On the morning ol June
twenty -second. If was given a command
for the first tim and h.i.atdcd all in nn
attempt to conquer the Sioux without
assistance. When he entered on hi last
march, he wa reading "Her Dearest
Foe." Anions the many p;isage
marked was thi:. "I hive hath in my
ow n fortunes, and believe I shall i on
(Utr in the end." j Add the Ihrold cor
respondent: "i hat faith in his own for
tune and the dialling ho had received
at the hands of the resiilent. which Terry
had done little to Iral, was the immedi
ate cause of the disaster."
tuv. not (.urtiTY m rsnu.vr.u.
Gov. Dougherty, in the Jone-boro
AJtrrit just before Ihe Republican
congressional convention of tlii district
met, admonished the convention to not
nominate a man who would not pay his
debt, etc. The convention nominated
Col. Ben. I.. Wiley. Did the Advert iitr,
when it adnnnislied tho convention to
not noru:nat' a debt-shirker, have refer
ence to Col. Wiley It not, will the
Adncrtiirr ple.vc to tell us whether Col.
Ben. I.. Wiley docs pay Ids debts? Will
it pleaie to tell us', whether it U true,
that Col. Ben. L. Wiley, King a man of
means, in his wife's name, has re
fused to pry his honest debts and ct nelly
permitted men who endorsed for him to
be sold oit and Impoverished by his
dishonesty Will it please to tell us,
whether any person can trust Col. Ben.
L. Wiley with any assurance that
tho trust will not be abused by
Col. Ben. I.. Wiley rilusiii to make
good his ward i Will it please to tell us,
whether Col. Ben. I.. Wiley was not re
garded as a coward by his men; whether
he was net dismissed from the army?
We arc in starch of information about
Col. Ben. b. Wiley th; Republican can
didate lor congress in this district, and
believing tiut Gov. Dougherty, his
neighbor and the editor of the Jouesboro
Adttrtw.r. cii give ui the information
we are seeking, we have asked the
above questions. We desire to add, that
we have certain facts in our possession
that may make an incorrect answer by
the governor troublesome to him.
TU ltrt, a rente!. uJ mo rt-hal.le
rm-ly fver jmi together t.y riM-iicul .itni,
for khi-iii atinu. Worm-n, sjwelliDM, liutna,
C.ukfi reat, , l the (.entnur I.inirncnt.
Tlifrcare twokituU What tiieM hit Limnirat
ii tor the hunwti family, tha Yellow Irntaur
Liniment U for iaviuel, lame ami ntnuned
nor ami anaiialt. mj J - l ',t
t hlldrrn t ry fur Snalnrin. It i a
(.Warn to lake abony, anl in abnlmtly
hkrmlre. It ia mre to eXM-1 wnriua, cure wind
ciiic, regulate Die bonela anil tiMch, and
evercorn irritability caud liv nun or cutting
tet-ih. It Ua perfect aulxiitute lor Catr Oil,
and for Costivenefta in younic or old there in
nettling in e xi'tenreeoeuVrtive and rejiaMr
T I 1 Mitamwl m thfr I'nited
I Jri 4n Vk -f -'''l. and i:U-
WH I III I I flr"li ternn a low m
I tl liM I I I.N'liOHeof any oth.r relia
1 tlUUll UiO "rrcsiion
IMi and forenrn anfruHirej, witn inventors. At
t-irueya at UW, and oilier eoliciitori, eii mll
w Ui those who have hint tlieir cn-ist rejected in
thetiandit fil other attorneys. In rejected caM a
our teen nre reusonahlc, and no charge h nuele
imlebs we are kiiccehslul.
If yon irm,t a at
eul.rend us a model
Sor tiketrth and a
lull deM'riition il
ay our invention.
We mill in, ike an
examination ut the patent ollli e, and tl we think
it itttiitale, will Bend jou ujeM und advii.
and iiro-ecuu- vour ." Our h-e will I in or
diuury en-, 4i':
If Oral or written in mutter
.loner of I'ati nti.
Ii. It Kellev, Kf'i
anonnl ruue Louisville, hi oimnoiior
imn-i Aioinen, I . H. S., vs atiliiKton. 1. C.
13"eud sunup for our 'e.uide tor ohuun
Iuk 1'aU'iita," a Uxik tf!t axr.
Addrea :-u HAVIcer A- 4'w., So'.icl
tors of I'atenls, V aaliintfluii, l. I'.
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O'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Booflcg and Guttering a Specialty
Slato Roofiing a Specialty in
any part of Southern Illinois.
Lightning Boda, Pumps, Stoves
Jobbing PraVtl7 Don.
l.Vft er )i r, pontage jn'iiJ. 10 oy ft"Mnw
UEftT AND CIIK A TEST
rlr J'UUirhxl Is Southern Illinois.
N.iliee Is I.etcHr fflven that default bat
ing be i n iniulo lor lonm ttiau ity day In
the payment of a portion ol the nuiount e.
cured to tie pant ,y n errtaln inort
gage exeruted l.v .Mm llodtrf to
aiuttri Maan Tnvlor and Kdwin
rarson. triiMfcs ,r tho tniiii I'ity
I'mpntv. dated Mar.h Utli isw, and
rcponle.l In the recorder's otlit-e In and tor
Aicx.-iu jcrcottntr. in the stuto or llliuoh,
In Inok of deojM, paee M2. etc. the
iiniioiisnien tue mcciM-or ol raid Irn-tep
will on Vt ednevdMj, the lllth lav ol .Inly
r.eit, A. I. istfi at I I oMm k ini',n fur-.
noon ot that d;iy, ur.iHr and by lru of
tne jiower ot nmn rnotnlned in Nald tnort-
taiTC. fO'll At llllhllc nlrlinn . Ihn l,l.,l,.l
bidder, for eah, at his offl.-r, eorm r if
uainnirion aveuue and Ktglitei-ntb street.
in mt tty ot t.uro, in Aloxnmler ,-onntv
and folate of lliinnla. nil the riL'ht. titln null
mtertKi or sniu .toiin J lodges or Ms assigns.
In ana to lots tiutulierod 1 (vc tit' en) nnd
Is (elirliteen). In block tiuiuhercil SO (i fuhl i
in the Kirt addition to said City of Cairo,
aicoroinfr ro tue recorded put tlicreot,
With the appurtnanrcs. to ati!v the nor..
poses nnd condition nfna'd morteaip.
Dated, Cairo, IP,, June 2Tth ls;i.
K. ST T8 lAV I.OK,
Trustee of the C airo Citv rropertv
KOI If K.
Notice i hi rebv aiveu thnt default Inv.
inif l.'Pen made for more than sixty c'nvs In
the payment of n portion ot the amount c.
Hired t'i he paid hy a pertain mortvne e.
euted by .!. ea'ltvan to amull M'at
Taylor and Kdwdn l'arfona. tru.tee ol the
t'aiio City rropcrly, date! the l!Hb iluy d
May, A IM;,.l, and ree-r.d in the iiu onl-
er'it ollji-e, in nul tor Alexander cotiitv, in
IlieStii'e ol Illinois, in hook of ileedi.pai'e
ie:i. ins unnerii!iieii. me Muceekfor ot
aUI ti u'tec, will 0 Wedne-dm , the Pun
day of.lulT n.M, A. 1. lTd, aj'lu e'd x k
in the f irenoon ot that Jay, under and lv
virtue cl' the power of a'lj c intained I'i
:iid moriL'iife, nM at puMie miction, to the
liiliet bidder, lor ea.-h, at hi olliee. enr-
ii r ot Waliiiitoii avenue and I: L'htcentb
ftr-?ct, in aid t ity or t 'aire, in Ai-xander
eountv nnd State el Illinois all tho riL'ht.
title and interest ei( caid .latnea Kyan or lift
an'iirna, in and to luM nuiuhen d "l:t (Thir
teen i ami ) 'Fourteen!, in Mick nuiiiher.
ed '.s (Twtnty.(dt!ht) in the Kind addition
to laid I'itv ot Cairo, sr. orilnur it thn r..
on let plat thereof, with the iiPPiirtetian.
c, to Mii-fv the t tirno'en and condition
of said tnortiiaye.
Dated, Cairo. Ill, .line 27th H7:.
S. utaauTa I.OK.
Triistte of the t 'alro City 1'ropi 1 1 ,-.
Mierlit a Nnlr.
15y iitue of an exeeution to me directed
y the Clerk of the circuit Court of Alex-
mter County, in the State of Diitiois in
avor or r.crnard U Manns aud airiirl
lame- A. Fry, 1 liave levied upon tho to.
winir uescnted t'rcpaitv, in Hrt Addit
ion to tlis City of Cairo, in tho County ot
Alexander and State of Illinois to-wit :
All of the ruht. title and Interest of (.aid
Tame A. Frv iu and to lot minitifii.il iiiir.
teen (13) in blo;k nutubered forty-M-Ten (17)
which I hliall otlVr at public ale at thu
South-wet tioorol the Court House iu tt,e
City ot Cairo, in the County of Alexander
ud statu ot Illinois on the tilth dav ol tic-
tober, A. D., li, at tlie hour or eleven
o'clock, A. M., for ra-li, t eatify said ex
ecution. AI.KX. II IKMN.
Sl.erifl" of Alexander C'ountv, Illiinin.
t 'aiio, Ills, July 12, 1-7U. ' dtd
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
BY virtue of a chattel mortage.
A. II. iror. and II. I.. Morrill
a-i re eiver
I tl.e Cjiiro and iii(ni!e niilrinut uml Hi
Cairn ami Vinceiinen railroad :i inuiiy, to
the tuideriiriieil. ti-arint; ihite retiruarv 1st,
lT"i, we will, on the ."Ji dav or .lulv l'-TH. .
the hour ot In o'clock a. m., at the round hou.-
t the I airo and inceiini s iailnn.1 in Cuir..
Illinois, l.roi-eed to aell. at nulilic veiHlne tr ihe
highest bidder, the follow uij dcncritied orowr-
r, lieinif a noi'tioti ol the rulhnv atorL. of the
raid ' .on) and Viticenne rui'road, and a jior-
non oi me propeny oeM-riio ill KuM morliraue.
to-wit; Hox car- niiiilicl ten (lo).tveulv
(? ), twentv -two (., tuentv-lotir (Hi. thirty
CJ"). thirtv-twu t-.i. ilnrtv-l .ur ( to . tliim'.
eiifht (Jr), forty-six (I' ), lilfy-two f V-) , liny-ti.
(7i. aeyenty-two (.5), neienrv-foiii (Tl. eiithly-
wo (i,uiie hundred and nk(I.), one bundled
ind fourteen fl 14) or.e tiimdred and tweutv ( 'i .
oi.e hundre. aiel twent)-tyo (I.'.') oin' tiumliei
aud tweutr-eiirht di' ) one bundled ami forty
two (Hi) , one hundred and forty-six (1 ) and
one hundied and nixtr (!.) .
lat and coal cars uun.U ri-i twenty-M-ven (?T),
thirty-nine () and forty-live (."i)jthat the
term of aid rale are ruiti in hand.
Liateil June ITlli, V 74.
DUKXI.L, MOltGAN A CO.,
B. F. PARKER,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, Sic.
A.) way on baod, tbe celebrated illimiinutii.
Corner KUventh Streot and Washing
i.kii it ii:ai.i:iis
It. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and Itetail I'ealcra in
Fox'eign and Domestio
VB.a:.S OF AM, lil.NDM,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
TKSSStc". f MYTH CO. Iiave constantly
1X a UtrKe atink ot the beat rixxl ' " l"u iiiar
ket, and Kivecapecial ullciition to ILe ttlioleeulo
ranch of the buoiueait.
iu buy papfror
li w ii la-ill nwi yifij txmUiuu ftiiil will auftty MVU lvi
bt. IjOuxu Aavertit'g 4 PubVe Co., St Louit, Hoa
Muri Kt- (luttlv liiuatmtwl
Irwin ItlK U'ltti mil tht-iu
ftutaitive fmouiij know on
Minauip. nutiaf!; lii
h v i U iv ii-al hi v Arrir
tuftl avaUm. liuw torura
Itklnd of I) i with hunrtr-g ol vlmble rvriit,
who tiiouia Mirry.iU? iiitpi-liiiiitti t'i nirrif, th-fr n
fur mu4 cure. '1 n-ftUon mil Ihw, lully ri!ininjr thi-ir
L'ftutr. yinpfoni titl liifftin to -ur ; it 11 llivonly rrftl'jr
I'iriitine urk vhr kitui r r puhiUhfd, ftiwl is t-ajMiU t
til rrrv rt'a(a--t. h-iit tf ureiy a-il on rrurt t rim,
Adtlrt-M, Mr. C A IPui a n a CtH urUl iU trctri.
toi- l4uai k4uw Laubltaiini iu JWT i
I'liirfy y.aiafipertrnr in i,e UeUm'Sil ul aeaual VXU
CUrouio liatfaot tx'Ui -x.i.
lr. BI TTV Hamate uaiae.
myhlGlQl'UStti view w ariii
UirnrifuJ Uium cul.li l.Ji,t.i i
UflaKe, u Ui iuy.t.rlr tl ri'lirijiturt.
. Ihtf mtt-nd. Iiiilrnnlic. ul v.iuth.
titaiilimol uid vomuihuod An lllijaltmfe'd bonk ul ali..m-..
I t ico.io mtaiiiv. Ui h IohiM a kttil uiuitf hull mui
fcry. t. nl unit, i ". fi.rMlcH. -.,.,- ....
A PUIVATE MEDICAL TBZATISE all diaeM
f a Private ft(tur Iu butli ,- tiir ftbuM- ami u.
tmlrr.olllia K-aual ,,l.m. and UtuUfUtvl,lMvil
V il H .ii jraifiiul.. ai-til uiHfcr avai Vx'ik 1'U.
MEDICAL AUVlCKoubaiualaiui chieaw Diaraira,
tl W.Bu'fta, Catarrh, i'auccr, Kuutura, the Opium
II. ImI, kr aMIlwxa urk arnt under aeat tor IU tl.. All
thro booa.ai-oui.iim., bO paseaaudavrrrtliiiigwuna
iuuin on ilw ubj-t, aeut eourly awlixt eu ra
eeipt ot 60 ola. AJ.lrtu, Dr. Butta' Oiapanairy.
io.UN. 8tat.. Ui.M9. tC.uBh.i.id ir j 4
16 MILES OF
rut rr ?sr -
SOLD DURING tho YEAR 1875
KVI.RV sTuVK IS
Wherever t'. e. or nld
-l IIM.IV SI7.M
No-i. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 4 Q
Aw a Miu relous t 'onihiiiutioii ,.f
And nil Ihe H- t :.il l'i,,tHtbKt ro to Make 111,
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
l: r Rerrl lo ir Fui,nr
M;ide (inly bv Um-
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
w. id.', HI. ;ii; ai..i l- N. Main s4 ,
Sol. Ii ijy
0. W. HENDERSON,
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR YOUNO WOMEN,
lb rin- Ita :i."i,h vir k.i.i I 'ih l.'..,. i..
ntlllitii'I'a 21. Ma vnlti.-ltl.t l.liil.lim.a
ou table. Thorough riir-i in Kulitb,
M iinc, t la-ic!., and .Modern I.niu-ia.
I iiiiriia..d ilvaotau for inline and art.
nunre.a ine rre-iaent. Kev. Pavid II,
More, !. I , t inciutiail, (. 7--I.Vv-m.
Ibe !nt cliance for jroixl aKTicoltitrnl lunda on
..- iiin io in r. ai 1 I'KH air intereat.
Iin't run anv ri.kM, tmlto to a country tlmt baa
lieen proved to be K"d. e :il j nur addre-n hy
iwUI eurd to IjucI foin'r II. A l. IS. It ,
b irlin'ton. Iowa, and rive free ropvof Iowa
nd -Sebniaka farmer, with i h art of land, and
w rHiicl trip rale. ::.. on.
Cn'li-h lirum-elfi. Three 11 y and In-rain,
alo, tir t'arprt.lvi.l'l!u, t ruiiib
Clotlix, Oil t.'!oth. etc., trv fbct
at the old l'lacr;
112 FULTOW ST., NEW YORK.
Tartiets earelullT parked and ent to any
part of the lulled Mate Irec of charge.
r;sEND:roR price list.''-
-Hy. J. A. BENDaLL.
St. Charles Hotel,
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board , 3d Floor 2 . 00 Par Cay
Special Ratoa by Waak or Montha
A limited number of very desirable lamilj
rooma can be aerureil at reasonable rate lor the
'I tie .-t. Cbarlea ia the l.irest and lt unpoint
ed lloue in Southern lllinoia, and U Ihe leadinx
hotel in Cairo. Notw lihatauduiR the "Ittd
ISmk" reduction In priccK, the table will.aa
nuai, be lilierally alipphed Willi the Very beat
of everytbiiiK that can tie found in market .
r'ine lanre aample room for coiuiuercial trav
elera, on if round floor, free of chanre.
I J" All liapvaireof fruta convejeil t and Irom
the hotel without churire
Jr.WtTT Wlf,"OX A f O. ,
4-ti;.tf I'roprii-topi .
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
A PiC'aUflr HyitM trt I'-rtMr taff.le4 .Iirit...o krA
Ut-t'X -tal. u La TV IK f f,tvP.
Curo hU form- of PHIVATK.
CHRONIC aud XUAL Xisl
Spertuatonlieii aud Impoicucy.
i L reault if Mrlf-'tu iu j"itli. "vie I . -.- m M .
tuft tr. or oUiW mu w, fc'nl i-rihiu. tun 4:f IU iM
W ifaK vdrU Sl t'U i. h- Mi.Itul t . It f il'.'M fl'lia
!.... .i Ii.h a t - l.-t.i In ii.. It. .... ft. .
. -mi . KiMi(-l"tt r A' i-iwti ii n. . i . t-i t u.l .
i oufu.-a tI l4-a, I ft Nriuii fcarr, 4. ., r t ilcrd..
mtrriag iniprKKf "r , ! tLoit.t-jL uti I jr.it.-
b' ltur rurt.i. SYPHILIS "'"'O J-I
1T-ii pv.ul.; Gosiorrhett.
OLKT. Htnrtur. 4M'tui, llcru.., h- tivi,
J'lt" iWli..'r rtt !-' aj..i kl riild.
Ii i eir- wifiit tiut iiif-Kiuii pi - lMtnti.i
U crtato vm ut di. htt-1 trtatiit iL ui-U aim t
milf. - mrm grl akill. H .. inu qih ii.. .ticti
raa unttie-Dd wrrwt- Ui BiT Mr.'. W Ltti 11 i wU v ailt -lit l
91 it Hi- ft trtt'iuvai, ttoii iii4iia it jiln ll
u4 Lj oiailwr t xi'tmj uj um:
Cnret Guamnteed iu all Cues
0L.ii-u.i4iij(.t ia"Bkrlr fr rr truer lf-9 and It.vll. I.
I'Lfctgtl reOfatl.r mU'l Curr-ft-M' afia.ll C-Jll..UlJti,L
V' W i 'T i'HrM, avruiflr KalM, 1-r tkitir
(f't rai. Hiitill r4 t all. AlUr? as ataotia.
baMinfrwii. V A. M. Uff t U. huiaJ .ja, I U 4 f . av
I r BURNo. OOIL P. COHl!1.,
BUNIONS. CUTS, BRUSiiifctJ, Cci't.-
RLAINS, ULCt-.fi. buit.il-,
iDniUn tar. lu 23 ciM a Im-. . t"
lTDJ ti'Ui.'t CO.. i- OiaiU.uSL, 1 1:.-. k
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Batwben Waahiurton and OommerclU
ATanuea, adjoinlna- Hanny a.
KEKPH for aala tbe beat Beef.
KA VIWITIN'U ;ARTs with your name flne
jll I Ivpriiilcit, aent for ". We hare gm
U Vat'yleK. Apenta Wanted) 9 aamplea aerd
f r,t mp. A.li.M IXKK aCtl.Itrnckton.Maa.
"llrrrw I bet Dnar mm llalil n ton
ran, ihut'g rhotimutiain i fim- linn rnorv, thal'n
fc'i.d, " Ii a familiar ileHrrlplion of tlicae two
ill-canea. Though each limy ami doc attm-k
ntilerent (HirlioiH of the py.-ti m. thecaune la be.
I level to lie polaonoii acid in Ihe Mood, fli
nty Ihlabythe ne of
TAIiUAXT'S ftKI.T7.Klt AI'KltlKNT.
i'! ML"JI? lU,Tork Il'ly n'l thoroiiably. It
i.m.f1 of U''inerer front fchenma-
tiMn and front,
HOLD By A IX DHt GI.IST3.
A day at hmne, Apenta wanted Oatni
and u?rm fiw. Till K A tA,. Annai.
"llfAXlKll. 1 ravel inir '-a'esnien. Kairaal-
arv and exjienaea paid, t.nn Man'f'K Co..
t. I.iii, io. '
THE NEW YORK
piociirca I'KNSIOVNH for Offlcer and Soldiera
woiindrd.injureil or ruptured, however alichtl :
oliiamaan Increase ofold ratea; rnller.ta arreare
(it pay and bninny.ejn. n rharire onlma uc
ceP.i,. 4lfei. promptlr annwera.1 by .i.
dni.iii.l. II. Ht'It.tl.t.. Attorney ai Law, 'I
t li.imt.eraSn-eet, New York t ity, raie f. O.
A WKKK ruaranterl to male and
fcuwle airenta in their locality.
o1h noiliins to try it I'anirulara
free. I Vlt.KtRY CU .
a&5 tO S20 Ifryat home- Sarnplea worUi
iT . , ' tn- Minwin A lompany,
a "i ti.ti'i .iiaiirvt
V,riiiad for Ita PnHtr, HI renrth and Flavor
n arrar.lnl to Keen Hick lea. K naaraai.. Ii i.
jeenlln-lv free from K'tlfiburtc And or oilier deleter!
I muhilnfiff. with whlrti MtxH Vmrgnr laartulterated
or nale l .11 l.rocera. I.anreat Vlneear Worka la tin
horliL tin. Ia. K. L. J UL bblSG CO,UiJcau
But tiefore Roing ele here do ao. rnd for
citi-ulara of S. . Telearaph Inatitiite, .lanea
sille, H Isminiii. le-wnieoivd b) Mlpt of
anteni L'niou 'leleiapti Co., a thmoly re
liable ik hool in the vt et.
fur the exprea
n ail ce of pilvate, chronic, ar.d urinary di-aea-ei
in all their complicated form. It ia well
known that Or.Jajiie baa el. rod at the head of
the profiv.aion for the put J" year Are and
ei rieiireareail-iniiortnt. Me-miBal Mnla
am, tiilfhl l..ea by dream pimplea on the
frx-r lo.t iiiii1i.nh1 ran iwi.itively be curceij
Ijwllea wanting the nioet delicate atteutinn, cull
or write. rba-iit home for patient. A book
for Ihe million. Marriage Uiinie, which tIU
you all alHiut Uieediaerea who ahotild marry
--whr not lo i-enta to pay poauiso. Ir Jamea
bus l room mid irlor You e no one but
the doctor O ill re lioura, ' a.m. lo 7 p m nn
dava, Ii to IJ. All buineaa ttrictlr con Aden
(now da shine)
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Hy the ore of which every family nur (rivw
their l inen that brilliant pollah peculiar to Mae.
laundry work. havinK timeaod labor in irom
inKi mora titan IU tutne coat, arrauled.
old By DraggitU and Oroctri Zraryvhera
ASK FOB DOBBIN-?'.
DOBBINS, BEOS. A CO., 13 N. 4th St.
m vat rAirt t:HJ or
( Book and News Black a Specialty!
11 North riftb Streat.2
Our I uk are of a etiperiorouality, lielng nuado
Aoiu the beat inirmlieiita and uuder the peraonal
mipervmlon of a practiual printer and preaamau,
therefore we will tiiwritutee Kvery found ot Ink
aold to lie of superior Jet Black, Quick
Drylnir, and Entirely Free from Setting
Off. Our prica are from 30 TO 6l 1'V.H ( EXT.
I.OWHt than any other Inka manufactured iu
the I'nited Ma tea.
A trial of a aamplv ken will convince any
printer that be he been iayiiiK nearly double
what he ahould for bia Inka in limes pant. I'ut
up in kiy and barrels to auit purchaoeri
Keystone Printing Ink Co.
17 NORTH FIFTH STREET.
ilwhaupy Ii. tEa mMiicd
eftliaaaauai lyacani, ita abuai-a,
mtM . latrtt diacuvchaa tn Kb.
acieneeof rvDruductioBi bottle
fca tmlwTauDv Ii taa maml Riatkm. Mala aaa Kmaja.
Towu XuTmU&iT' abuuM nd ud Jfrwem k iS
huioiina in formation, which no oaa cu aifuM lo b anlli.
Mltus huw lu preaana UM aaaiui, ao eumpleXHM, tail
I .1 .1 i.Mka kha Imaliniiaa ot voulh : Iha brA an J
Zulf Irua Mamaajuiaa u iu worm, mca aiaaiua
Mail. 1 na auuior umy mm mwuiku Hiwai . mm
li i.i I on anil ofthaa ublecu ncMlouad In hi. workaaeawa)
Hi. a. O. OU! W awa-wo av, vaM. lib
THE BEST AND PUHBB.
CHKAP, COMVSNIINT, CLIANLV.
ASK VOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WM. 01ENN A SONS, CINCINNATI.
l i ( . i Wahlatii
i liarlere.1 bvthe
I Hit tf.fcTi: vlsWHJL State of ftl.noia
BE all Jill, L5
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