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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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THOMAS A. nCXORICKa.
t'xctt Samcel is preparing Lis letter
with ffreht cre.
We publish to-day the truly goo J let'
ter of Wheeler of the Huenweclcr
The DuQiora Tribunt says tbe Inde
pendent of Illinois are Iemocrat in
di.irule. Well !
Ktrt'ETS from tbe boruVr ay that ist
tiuffBulllS dead that he has slept Lis
last sleep and fought his last battle.
The Xew York Hmli say : "Thar
man Is silent." lie is not. He ha
spoken In no unniiitakable terai in favor
ot Mr. Tilden.
There will be a grand remocralic pic
nic at Grantsburg, Johnson county, on
Saturday, 29th iut. The ball ha rx-rn
inenccd to roll in Southern Illinois.
'Except the negro," says WeudtU
Phillip?, "no race will lift tin at tbe
judgment seat such accusing bands
against this nation M the Indians will."
Tue Greenbackers around about Cen
tralia will indulge in a fraud barbecue
on the 20th Inst. Gen. Singleton, of
Quiney, will make one of the speeches.
Wheeler's letter of acceptance has
been published. lie stands by tbe re
sumption act, and is eridently a God and
morality man of the most pronounced
"Is it not Just possible," says the New
York Herald, "that one reason why BrLj
tow docs not go before the committee
ol congress and tell all he knows is that
he knows nothing worth telling?" This
U iust possible.
Whenever the Democrats get into
good shape some lawless Southern ras
cals shoot a lew negroes, and lurnieh
capital to the Radicals. We hare a sus
picion that Radical politicians hire mur
derers in the interest of their party.
Wheeler, Republican candidate for
vice-president, is a regular "God aud
Morality" Republican a first-class
Christian statesman. He announces in
his letter or acceptance that if elected he
"will perform the duties ot his office In
the fear of the Supreme Ruler, and in the
interest of the whole country."
The people of the south must be
taught that the rights of all men, black
and white must be respected, and that
tfe good whito people must hang the
bad white people who in the Interest of
the Republican party 6hoot negroe in
cold blood. They must enforce the laws
or submit to Radical rule lor a century
Avert'; fardon lias been slgm-d,
caled and delivered. &bd now all the
whisky thktes, in and out of jail, are
hopeful. Tbo out ot jail shout louder
than eTer for litre iA WLetkr, aad
thue in are jabiUtt at tbe &oogbt Uut
Lbey will It- out la tin xa work kai
Tote for the Ipub2kji ticket. An
thai the work cf "outing t1 parry"
g btxtttj on.
The Ctdx fiwi tut wka
Mr. fcai- Cox aueavp!l to jeer murder
oat of the Hamburg thxmat. tt made a
datnubk em of b!mt, which U a mot
ioiensn truth. While, it U true, that
tbe w-gro icBiria captain put Lin
etfia the wroegby ccapiiig from arrest
xJ mustering LU company for war. the
outrageous buuitry ot the wgroe who
were uken prUooers call aloud tor Ttn
ea&ce. Everyman who was engaged
in the tnaieacre should be strung up
higher tbau Iliiain.
The latest suney of the channel l
tween the Jettiea at the South I' alio
that the bar that ha existed there ha
been divided by the current into two
parts, ani that between them there now
runs a channel orer one hundred fett
wide and twenty aud a half feet deep.
To make thl channel deep aud perma
nent, CapU!n Eads proposes to build on
each aide of it a aerie of wing dam.".
Two wing dams, one on either aide ol
the river, will be placed three thousand
feet above the bead ol the Pass. The
one on the left bank eoIiu? down will
tend into the river, from th bank, lour.
tcn hundred feet, and the one
on the right twelve hundred and
tlfty feetv Th qwee left between tu
two dam for the passage ol the water
will be five thousand feet. At a distance
ol twenty-lour hundred feet below these
will be .placed two daius. .Tueoaeouthe
left side going down will be twelve hun
dred feet In length, and will Jut, at a
right angle, lroin a dyke thirty-two
hundred feet in length, already built and
known a the east dvke, running lroin a
point eight hundred leet below South
l'asa to a point about eight hundred feet
above this dam.
The dam on the right will be six hun.
dred leet in length aud will have neither
dyke nor bask u..a base, , 'The opto
space between the two dams, for tbe
current, will U wight hundred feet,
which U about the average width of the
South Pa4 ITaU ih..toa
dykea wiirkiv pajg v,U
west P.ff tfeatjff UtidrtjrJ ft,
ndpasageof the same width into
etwsj. bi'BB Ann star. col.
The Republicans of the State Indulged
In a caucus at Chicago on the ICth Inst
The situation was canvas.ed, and the
representatives from the several coogres-
slonal districts of the State reported on
the probiblo outcome of the canvas
This district tm representetl by the
Chicago Hwj sav.Geu. Burr and
Raum, and Mr. R:bart ColorW R
barts of course who predated a very
rosy posy view of the hope of the
Radicals in this pirt of the State. Gen.
Burr Is Mr. Gill J. Burr of Jackson
county, and Cot. Robarts is the amiable
and big-paunched editor of the Jiekf
Cvuh'v En. The two generals, with an
eye to the wain chaucc, thought that,
with a harJ fight, a Republican majority
could be given In the eighteenth district ;
but, added tbe valorous gentlemen, "a
coniJtrabte amount of assistance will
be needed." We arc not inclined to take
issue wi;h tbe two gewrali on this point.
In fact we agree with them. Thcv will
need more ai.Uncc to carry the district
tlian ta:y can obtain. Of coursv the a
ijUnop they nfcr to I money and
toi;ruc. They mutt have money to
ruaaap; mailer in oirtain 'tuarter, and
an army ot Radical orators. Tlx-c mtt
efsenthtl article my help '.hera Krea'ly.
but will not give to tiira tbe tktory.
The disgrace of their party by the ras
cal at Wajtuaton aai Majjr Mur.o. the
weakness ot the Republican national
ticket and the doubtful record of thtir
candilite lor corijrv, ae a bearj- lual
to carry, an 1 ne t all ll- ll.tcring of
Gen. Burr and Ilium wfil 2ire o-ir Re-publk-aas
th! ability t (Ub 1 or nn Vr
( ol. Robarts nuy th LwJ birs his
cbetrful oul! toll tbe caucus tlut be
believed the RjUltaan wonld erry
tliis ditrkt. thought t!e
majority would If l.i.v. We.
who know dear Jo?eh. kuow
tliat he wa not in earnest when
he made this assertion. lie is too lat to
be exactly truthful when he U talking
about the Republican party, lie diun't
mean to be untruthful, we know.
Brought up under the drippings of a
Methodist pulpit and in the Bclllii.v
office, his impulses are, as a matter of
course, all noble, and he has a strong
inclination to be truthful. But . unfor
tunately, after he lett our careful care, he
began to grow in pounds and careless
nes of the absolute truth, until he has
advanced to Uie weizht of Sir John
Falstafla'nd that distinguished gentle
man's disregard ol accuracy ol state
ment. Get him to tilkiug of the Repub
lican party, and he will start in with one
or two men in buckram ; and. with
twinkling eye and belly uhaking
like a bowlful of jelly, will ful
denly multiply the one or two
men in buckram Into a dozen, and add
to these another dozen in Kendall-green.
But, so good natured is our FaMnQ
Robarts in his Inaccuracies of statement,
that we listeu to him with a km.l r.f
pleasure stand amazed at his ability m
noi telling tlie truth, and wonder why
Ananias and Saphira were killed for
telling a little lie when our friend Joe
really grows fat upon whoppers great
big untruths untruths as big as all out
doors. When, therefore, we read that
Col. Robart had assured the Radical
caucus that tlic Republicans could carry
this district by 1,5(0 majority, we
laughed. We knew that our Faitaflian
friend had drawn the long bow about
4,000 Republican votes, and we knew
that Joe knew he had done so. "These
four." said the old Falstaff. -came all a
front, and mainly thrust at me. I made
no more to do, but took all their evea
poinu in toy target, thus. These
nine la buckram, that I toll thee of,
oegan to give me ground ; but I tA-
lowed cloie, coaie ia loot a.4 hand, and
whh a thought, seven of the eleven I
paid. Uot, as the IxMl wouM have it,
these itdwrreaats.ia Kenlail-zreMi, came
at icy ba-vk and let l at me, for it
wa so dark. 111, that thoa could'.t
not ie thy hand.'" Oar FaUufl started
oat with a hundred lUdical majority in
botkram. lie has run it up now to
1,800 in buckram and a thou-nnd or two
in Kendall-greea, hu ! It so daik on
cannot your han'J.
amain oi Tiir uvhilt.
The Republican ol lliii.oisareiiot well
aisured ot victory at the Novem
ber election. They doubt the abil
ity to nialnlaiu a majority,, and
arc accordingly making " 'prep
arations for an obstinate conflict. In hi
speech at the lute Radical caucus, held at
Chicago, (tov. Beveridge said: "Icon.
Veive there will be a great battle lu I1H.
'uoU. To-day Illinois is represented in
congress by thirteen IieiuocraU aud six
liepubiicans. 0f the twenty-.-ix
'seuator in the general acuihly UoUum
'over, 'eleven are Dtuocrats,idno are Re-
publicaus and six arc Independents
iherelorc to carry the senate, we must
'elect seven tetu out oftho twenty-four
'senator to be elected next fall. We w ant
'one majority in the senate, aud then we
must carry twenty-seveu dhitrktln the
'lower house. It may be done, but if it
'is done. It ha got to be done by right
'down hard work."
From this statement the Umoeru
may learn that they have bow great
upponuniry to carry the genera! assem
bly and thu secure a Democratk; 1 nit,i
Suites senator from Illinois In i!ace of
jioii. jouu A. i-ogau. The seuator in
the odd numbered district twenty! x
in number-bold over. Of these, eleven
are Democrats, nine Republicans, and
six lndependenU. Ut us give hall the
Independents to the Democrat and half
to the Republicans, and we have lour
teea Democrats and twelve Republican.
I a twenty-five ditrlet senator will be
elected. Tolget ajmajority oi the senate,
taking it for-granted that three of the
holding over Independents will vote
with them, the Republicans, mut carry
fourteen ol the twenty-nve district,.
The JiuocraU, to obtain a majority of
toe senate, taking It for-gr4U4 that not
more than three ot the holdingover In
dependent isili vote for thein. must
carry tweJfe districts. o believe they
can do this. But if the Independents
aud Imocrats;coalesce, they need carry
but nine districts to secure the senate,
and the Republicans, to save themselves,
must carry seventeen. To secure the
house twenty-six districts must be car
ried, or seventy-seven members bo
elected. On a straight fight the Dem
ocrats might carry the requisite number
ot districts ; hut united with the Inde
pendents they could, beyond all doubt,
elect sevcnfy-seveii members in ttie
Well may the Republicans be afraid of
the result of the approaching election in
this State, for il the Democrats do but
use their advantage wisely their ucee
at the polls i3 certain.
Pit I M l f t
Wendell Phillips writes an ojn letter
to Gen. Sherman In which he takes that
warrior severely to tvk for his supposed
advocacy of the extermination ol the In
dians, aud him, if the charge is
f d?c, to deny it. Mr. Phillips reminds
Gen. Sherman that lie was in 1;7. the
bca-l of an Indi tu cmtuiicn an I thst
it rejcrt ined by hiuisrlf aad piinti-d
by tlic governitu-nt. "nj one of the
r.iot UrriSc pictures ever drawn ot the
w rorg the Indians have suffered" at the
hand of thi ruiion. LIo reminds the
Gecral that this irmtigiiion ?hoxd
him that for years our treatiuviit of 1k
lo lian ha 1 bevn cruel and uuj.it ; that
wc have surrounded hiin with tvtry de-
morai.7:ng influence. stcvid turn m
iutcinp-erariiX'. in'.-iuxi him to licentious
ness by t!;e exjmple of thoc 5ct over
him. aiid ttmptc-1 him to every vie.
You have yot:r? !f," says Mr. Phillips
to Gen. Sherniau, "Spread cn the public
'ivcirds the evidciiw that the govtrn-'UK-nt
has robbr-J him cf hii Imd,
'cheated him of his uik arid uiiitoriiilv
broken fith witli iiiai: that he has been
'outraged and I'luudered by the lrontkrs
'men without stint or redress, and butch
ervd by our soldiers with brutal and uY
'tCitable cruelty; that oa the plains we
have violated every ru'.e of civilized
'warfare, and maac-r.tl women aud
Vhildren with worse tb&u av;iif
brutality, and thut in no single
iustance has the Indian lifted his hand
'again-t us until provoked to it by mis
'conduct on our part, compared with
which any misconduct of his U but dust
in the balance." And while Mr. Phil
ips makes this arraignment of the i;ov-
ernuient tor its conduct toward the Indi
ans, he says that neither the prets, the
pulpit nor any political party would lis
teu to uis complaints, and tii.it in con
gress nor any city in the 1 niou rcuid
lis advocate obtain a hearing.
Mr. Phillip concludes his letter,
of which wo have given a very
brief outline, by telling (Sen. Sherman
mat ii it is true liiat lie does coun.l ex
termination from his high place, "there
is one at least of his fellow citizens n ho
believes that he misrepresents the army,
'whose best ofllcers have often prote-ted
'"Efclnst our henious injustice to these
'wards of the nation, and disgraces the
'profession ol Du Guesclin, of Rayar J and
'Sir Phillip Sidney, dL-graces the post
'which Washington once filled ami the
'unilor.a that Thomas, Greene and Hain
ilton have worn."
HT.XICIIOf.AH FOK A VtH'fi C THE
HIDMIMMI.K IIOMISAY XI MBKR.
Is probably tne very ilnekt isucofa
childrf-n's magazine ever published any
where. It is culled the "Mid-umiwrr
Holiday Number,' and in make-up and
contents is especially adapted to the sea
son; and the great variety and uniform
excellence of its contributions are indeed
remarkable. All classes of articles are
represented, anecdote, adventure, de
scription, sentiment, fun, fancy; and
each representative is worthy to rank
among the best of its kind.
Jliis Lucy Lareotii'j, 'Midviuimer and
the Poets" h. in purpose, tutc, and exe
cution, wholly admirable and delightful.
Its choice selections from the best poems
of Midsummer, will reveal to Its young
reader all the natural beauties of the
season ; Its wise remarks and allusions
w ill help them to understand and appre
ciate true poetry. Mrs. Fidelia Bridges
is. the one artM to illiistrite a puper on
the pot-try of Midiiiiiimt-r ; mid her
drawing, one of t!iub:t die ha ever
put on wood, is supplemented by sev
eral other beautiful cngrating-. Thc.e
make a prominent feature of the number,
but, in reading it through, the
children Aid l.-it almost every
Imaginable realm of pleasure. With the
ueeu ot the Mole" they w ill dcrwnd
underground ; with "Litilo Damo Dot"
they will go calling through the air. fe
lla Thaxter's ktory ol "The Bear at Ai-
pledorc," Janus T. 1'icJds' 1'iinny "Sou;
ot the Turtle and the Flauilngo," and
TMHMUX'ri ""llii hVetrlieS." Will till
them with the ipirit of thu
oeucii ; i.ucretia 1. Hale amusing "Po
terkin Family" will itivito them to a pic
nic on a eool couutry groen. 'iliey will
laugh long aud heartily ut "Sam's Four
tuts, ana "Somo r uuuy Summer
Verses ;" they w 111 be thrilled and fas
cinated by the sight, In Mr. Brook
story, of a terrible snow-idlde in the
Sierra'. Mrs. Oil pliant will lead them
through, the grand hall or "Windsor
Castle" at the time of those great lolks
the Tuc'.ors ; and Mrs. Dial w ill couduct
them to the humbler, but ijuite
as iuicrestiug, "House that Jack
Built," Where Addi U-dyard
will feliow theiu tome old friend
lu thu largest and xt drawings the ha.
lately aUemptcd. Oa the opening page
ol the number, they will Hud it sklight
lul poem by Mr. Dodge, illustrated by
MU llallock's spleiMlid frontiiwe; aud
lurther on, the giiU will have the pleas
ure of freKh, hearty, Inspiriting talk
from that good friend to girls, Mr. A.
D. T. Whitney. 'ney wlU enjoy the
dainty ioeii, y jiorat K. Saidder, and
Mary K. Bradley; will look through a
"Wonder Box" with a dear little Fairy,
and will Joiu the Firo-ilies lu ome "Mid
summer Frolic." "Jack-ln-the-Pulpit'
will tharni thcui a only lie can; the
good "Deaqtm Green" will award some
beautiful prizes for copies of tho De
claration of Independence;" and the Let-ter-Box
and Riddle-Box both stuffed to
their lids w 1th good thing will be open
to all. Surely, hTe Is "fun tor the holi
days!" More than twenty articles by such
writers as Lucy Larconi, Celia Thaxter,
James T. FickN Mrs. A. D. T. Whitney,
Mrs. Dodge, Xonh Brooks, Mrs. OII
phant, Lueretia P. Hale. Abhy Morton
Dinz, Lydia Maria Child. Horace E.
Scuddcr; and more than forty picture,
by such artists ns Miss Hallock, AdJie
Ledyard, W. J Shepp.inl. Sol. Evtlnge,
TbDinas Moran, Fidelh Bridges, Frank
Beard all together make a Midsummer
Magazine for children uch a was never
seen before !
To I lie CrnlennlHl.
Hon. Jesse Ware it J Mr. O. Alden left
for the Centennial onl?t WeJcclay morn
ing. They will vivt Washington and Ho
tnn, nd be at cnt alut three ci'k..
What Ilea. Fulter Hsnla.
OencraJ Butler hi-nt't riven up hii pur-yxn-t
t-j re-appear is 'Tgrtr. lie U look
lug fr a coat:tU'fcj We wonder that
he In not then;! of providing himself
with -iitnnit rris'uh'iii'c in South i'roiirw.
Jfiht-on Com'y Yeoman. J
:! Btn. I. W'V.cy h rbtr-ed w ith iet
tln tbe l-t firm cfue of U, seciiritie
II to par ln (tVUey debt. pinif hiin
'secun'tT) homeh-s. Vthis be true, vich
a record eao r.evi-r prt lomioste ttT tiic
record of Hon. Wm. Itatcil. our prestut
lt-:ai,'tiit iu Con-riss,
)u la-r !oniy. while ( aft. A. I.fD.-e
was tLre-hiD.' cn ti e VS illird l!ig Barn
frm, in tue bottom, H. Inman, while oilir.tr
the midline, had the thumb of his I. ft
baud cai;.'M in the w bed pi;., Iiij thumb
was cm-hod off and the wheel psvsed i.p
Ui rm. tearing .I the mi:!es u?r the
houlder snd nultilatin? It terribly. Ir.
W. t. Leccc, ot thl city, wss ci!cd. who
dres-ed tae ani. ant Informs u- t!it he
thitk it riB It iel.
It Is Understood that Avery's
Pardon is Ready at Last.
Some of the Crooked Finances
of the District Shown Up.
Senator Eaton Anihilating
Further Argument in the Bel
knap Impeachment Postpon
ed to Monday.
Wamii.vi.io.v, July 21. After a ereat
deal of talk on the subject it i to-day an
nounced that the pardou of Avery is
ready, and in a tew day he will be out of
jail, and howling lu-tiiy tor the election
ot Hayes ami Wheeler. This information
while creating some talk as to the LiU-n-tious
of draut respecting the other ring
convicts, has not created any surprise.
It was well known long ago that ic was
only a question ot a short time regarding
Avery's release, and that the other lead
ing conspirators will come out is very
certain. 1 lie pret-ure in behalf of McKee
has been very great, and there is now a
very urgent lorce operating in Udialf ot
the Chicago ring. It will uccccd al
though a lew of those in whom the presi
dent has not such a direct personal In
terest may have to wait until af ter the
THE blSlKItr 11IAI US.
Mr. Ruck tier, the chainnm ot the
house committee on the District of
.'oliimbiit, ha footed up the District
tlebt, so fir as ascertained, to be $2.1.il.-
i l v. 1 he lour ltepublican on J udge
Buckucr' committee have gone to work
on a counter report, and get up the de
fense that the debt was but $22,1,-
v& 4.J. and impudently claim that rreat
credit is due the commissioners lor the
economy and retrenchment they had
practiced, llavimr irot in nuusible sham-
and signed this report, they go to work
upon ij. v, ate. an "imh-ijendcnt re
former" from Wi.-cou-in.who apiireeiates
the Hospitalities of l.oss bheperd. Cate
loins me lupumicau tricksters with the
wise addendum that, while the cour; ot
the commiMioners was not authorized
by law, their ofltn-e was purely
technical, feince no e-orruption has Ix-en
proved against ri. Aug. .1. Wtrdeu
berg, alH-mocrat lroin New Jerscv. also
join the mad of Republican white-
washers, 'lhe humiliating t-pectucle Is
thu ).rcseuted that the inanly, honest
report of the chalrnian, signed bv
Messrs. Buckncr, Xeal purtridire, Ilen
kle and Stevenson, is contested by the
R' puhlii an whitewash ot Messrs. Hen.
dee, WJIlard, tJrapo and Pliillips, with
"ICetormer" Cate and WerdenU rg, the
Jerey Democrats, utuck to their coat
tails. It Is the curso tf this corrupt ad
ininUtrtioii that it in-iduoiu poison
ii.l-ct all doughface Or eu.y Mol,.H wua,
who will not givo time and brain to
reach the bottom facts iieccs.-ary for
correct conclusion. None but tinn and
sterling men should be sent to Wu-diiii"-tou
lu this ciisUot the Republic
asiiixGM.x, July 21. The iuiH-aei-lucnt
trial has been postponed until Mon
day on uecouut of illness ot Counsel Car
IK.ntcr and Manager Lapham.
'". "tcniMi AiiKorituius mil..
lhe committee of conference on the
legislative, executive and Judicial bill to
duy informally agreed ujiou a basis lor
settling their principal disagreement a
follows: Reduction hi the nuinberol'i Urks
to be about two-third of thu m.inU r
originally proposed by the houe ; bead
of executive departments to determine
the elassilicalion of their respective cleri
cal forces, and thl conference
committee to recommend that salaries ,
fixed ueeordmglv. lhe committee ad
journed until next Monday, and in the
Interval iuipirle arc to be made and in.
formation collected in executive depart
ments, it is lioM-ii. uiav lead to limtl
agreement u uxu basi above sugge-tid.
The conference coinmitte on thedipio
matic bill have also adjourned till Mon
day. No time has been Used lor further
meeting ou the Indian appropriation and
military academy hill.
The president has sent to the senate the
nomination ot Samuel Cooper, of Iowa,
a onsul at Glasgow.
The senate contirmed tho nomination
otJus. S. Delano, of Illinois, as Deputy
second Comptroller ol the treasury.
B. F. PARKER,
faints, Oils, Varnishes,
all taper, Window Olass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
4lri on band, the tltrtd lllumiot;rK
Alii OH A Oil.
Corner Eleventh Strt and Waahin
MUl OU DKALKK.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale ao.1 luil l)i!ors in
Foreifm and Domestic
wi.i:m of ai,i. ki.mis.
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoc,
Mkii'. SMTTH . CO. hare coaUi llT
a Urr u k ol th Nt poc-ls iu u.t n.r
kct, and (ii(fm ul altet.iioD tolhe liu'ul
ranrh ol the buainw.
Idame-I in tl.e t'nitrd
"'nu-, ( ansda. and Ku-rI-r
1 frm as low a
thi tif an - r.iiit r n tia-
lrnce ini td in the t.n-
li.h and fi r:zn anrtia-fs, wi'n inventor, At
t rii-yn at I jw , an-l :lir soliriitor. e-p-iail
ir tn tier who liar hal tt.iri-t-s r" uij m
the hands ot otbr at?orn-r. In rrin-rl ra-ri
our h-es air n-.nt li , and no i-batv is iiia'ie
unices e rv surri i-nil.
T i !f yoa want a a
naminstmn at t!ie f(-nt uCi.-e, and tt think
it mtrntnllr, w;ll tti'l yo'i i.a-r nJ vlt i e.
and 'niMr.:t-.t' vo:u ca-e. Uur will Ik in or
Un-iry ta--a, -.
'rl or wrilh-n i7 nu!t-is
irctt, .i-C'jirimi.il''ier of l'at -i.il.
t levi-Iand, Hmo: f. H Kiiy, I.s., Si-r.'x
National l.rmrirr luisvil)i'. Kv j Comei rlor
iJin'l Auimrn, V S N. , W .-fsln?ton. I. I'
7j"-nd Mamti f-irour "i.niiie I ,r i!.t.iin
iris' I'atiriiU." a 1o.rk ! ?,.
Ad irta : l.onls ItnxKer A t o., So'iici
lor of l-au-nts, a-hingtoo. I. I..
N'oti'V If. lirt-'jy siven tlitt deu I't hav
ing hteii made lor ir.ore than sixty day- In
tti payment of a portion ol the amount -e-rured
t't t,e paid hy a certain tnort
'sp executed by 'John HoiI;;k to
ainjel Masts iaylor and Kdwm
Parson, trustn- of tt.c Cairo iy
Property, anted M.iri h llfh lvil. .-lid
recorded in the rnordcr'i oitiee in and lor
Alexau lerrountv, iti Uie Mute of lilinoi,
in took --L" t.f deej., paze .'., m,..
iindt rii.'ii?d thp Wi i-(ir fit si l tru-te,
will on WeUneiay, the l'nli (!r of .luly
cezt, A. 1. l7d at 1 o'clock in' the fure"
noon of that d;iy. tinder and s .rnie of
the tower of f. roatainefj !n'-i!d inoit--ell
at pilhlic auctioa, t- tLc hiidiot
tiidder. pr -ah. at his ollx-e, corner of
WahiiiL'ton avenue tnd Kilitcenth trei t,
tn aid . ity of Cairo, in Alexander .;oiiny
and htnte of lllinoi-, all tin; ri'ht. title aud
intert of ftaid John Hod.'e or his a-i.'in.
In and to lots numbered 17 (se(-nt en; and
In (eighteeiii, in block numbered N'reixhtvj
io lhe First addition to faol (,jtv of Cairo,
according o the recorded put thereof,
with the appurtenance, to ti-!y the p'ir-pow-
and condition of -aid tnortuu'e.
Dated, Cairo, I1.'.. June 'JTth l7i;.
S. .T kT8 T VI rm.
Trustee of thi Cairo City 1'ropcm.
Notice U hereby piven tdat d.-tau!t hav.
in been made for more than sixty Cay in
the payment of a poriion of the amount
cured to be nai J by a t-eitain inortifsi'e ex
euted by J jt.es "ityan to eainuel stsats
Taylor and llwin i'irrons, trustees id lhe
Cano City Property, dated the 1'Jtb day ot
May, A D. 173. and rec'jrdd In the record,
er'a office, in and lor Alexander county, in
tbe State ot Illinol-, in book! of ii-ed-,ie
rete. The uodersifned, the ucce-i.or of
said triiitee, will on Wednesday, the l!th
day of July next, A. D. Is7l, a.'ld o cl .ck
in the f trenoon of that day, under and bv
Virtue of the power of i-al detained i'l
said mortae, sell ht ubli- auction, to thc
hihest bidder, for ca-h, at hi otiice, cor
mrot Wai-hiDton avenue and liihteeiitli
street. In said t.ity or aim, in Al-xamh-r
county and State ot lilinoi-, all the ritrht,
title and intereH ot vaid .laiuen Ityan or hi-as-l'.'ns,
lr, and to lot nuiiibere.i i.j fj hir
teen; and II i Kourteeni, in bl'ick niiiubtir
cd 1 (Twetity-eiithti In the Kii -t addition
to said City ot Cairo, according t j the re
corded plat thereof, with the appurtenan
ces, to sa'.i-fy ti18 ,m-po'i aiid condition
of i-aid roortLfat'e.
Dated, Cairo, III, June 27th 17'i.
Trii.-tec of the Cairo in Proiieity.
Mirrilf a Nule.
Uy virtue or an execution to in.- directed
by the clerk of the circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in the Mate of 1'iinois, in
favor of liernard McManu and aziut
Jarne A. Fry, I have levied upon the fol
lowing described propeity, in Hrl Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, in the county ol
Alexander and Mate of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the riitht. title uud interest of s;iid
Jaiiies A. Krv in ami n lot ruinbere.) fi.ii--lecn
d.i in block numbered lortv-sevcu (17;
which 1 khail otliT at p jbllc 'sale at the
houth-weft door of the Court House in the
City ot Cairo, in the County of Alerandcr
and Mate ot lllinoi-, on the titth dav ot Dc
tobcr, A. l., is7U, at the hour of eleven
o clock, A M., lor cah, t alify a.ild t -
jI.KX. 11 lltl
Sheriff of Alexander County. Illinui
Cairo, Ilia., July i , ts70. lt
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
BV virtue of a chattel murtauiv, exrtuled bv
A. 11. sa rd and 11. I.. Slon tU a. ie euer's
ol the Caiiu aud uuctiiie ruilroa-l and the
Cairo and iucennes raiinud C' iiiiny, to
the under-iuiiKl. Ijrin ilut lebruurv lat,
l7-'i, we will, on the l day of July J -TO. ai
thehourof lb u'r-loek a. m.,at the round hcmi-e
ol the Cairo and inceunes railroad, in Cairo,
Illinois, proiwd to stll. at iiuhlic vendue to the
highest bidder, the follow
y. UiiiKanortion ol the rolling- ati k ol the
whumuiuu , inceiiiit. rai'roail, unci a lior
tion ol the- irorty Icm ribed in sil inurfKaKe,
lo-witi l;ox ijrs numhereil ten (I"; . tw.-nl v
l-'i' "rn"- (-".';, iwentv-lour (il). thirty
(..), th in v -two f ;.), thirty-lour ()l, thiny
eiirlu .), torty-eix (I..), hlty-two (' i) , llity-nix
( .J. fci-veuly-lwo (7, seventy-four (7I. eiahly
two (-'), cue lnmdrxd anri six (I";), ouehiiudreil
ttndrourtn (Ill) one hundred and tweuty ),
one hunilred and IHenty-two (I.-.') one huudiv.l
aud l.(ity-eij.-ht (lt) one hnudie.t anl loitv
IW'u (K.') , one hiimlrud and loriy.W (l J aud
one hunilred and aialy lu') .
t lat and coal cars uumlu-iisl Iwentv-wven (:".),
thirty-nine ( and l'orty-iiv (!."); Iliat the
terms of .aid sale are rash iu hand.
tlMl June ITth, UT
lilil. tl., MOUCiAX & CO.,
C-.-o-d -.d. Mortfi:ee.
rMi -'Wrrkly Kullelln,"
H.2S prryer, stajrr pri-jmid, ti any a-ldixn
SKAT AVI ( lltAl fcsT
l'lr (iiiUislint lu Sou I hern Illinois.
St. Oharles Hotol,
?!;:: u:::i: to suit the times
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2. CO Per Day
Special Rate hy Week or Month.
A limited nnmlsT of very drMruhle latnlly
rooms can be wcuml ut rva-onalde rates lor the
I lie St. Charles Is the Inriiest and liest atipnint
etl notice in Sotitlx-rn Illinois, and Is the IcadMii
noit-i in vairo. isoiw iiiiaiHiifiiiiir tii iu.i
li-k" reduction in priiTi, the talilc will, ns
u-iiai, niKTAiiy iiiiiliet with the verv liesl
of evers thinp that ran be found in market ."
Hue lanre Ntmple rooms for rniniuvruial trav
cler, on ground floor, free ol chance.
0"AI1 tarenmorgui,ts convey l to and Iroro
the hotel w itiiout rhsnre
At r JKtVTTWir."lXCO.,
ksts?:ks mm ;ys ccmsr.
VSI I A- Tl RkC- nr
Book and News Black a Specialty(
IT Nottu Tlfth Street.T
tiur luks ai of a iuperioruaiitv, Ipeing niale
from the ov-t iiiirredienls ami under the personal
fi-r isi n ol a pnulicj printer and pmnian.
there! re we will i.tiarsntce fcven- I'ouqiI of Ink
oll to I of superior Jet Slack. Quick
Dryict, and Entirely Free from Settinir
Off. hi prices are from rv To M I'CR KM.
I.oil l II tl.sn ai.y oilier liiks man:iiacturel in
the I n.!d Male.
A tri"l of a ini(lr lir will convince nny
rir t'-r thu he ba ln-en ivin: ne,r:y double
hat he fthould for his Inks iu li'res -t . i cit
i P rn kr.'s aud brrls to i-uit nmchaMT't
Keystone Printing Ink Co.
17 NORTH FIFTH STHEET.
Ut 1 (C BetT war
'-ii f mt 'l n ivetl aum1 ri4 -A ptmm m -, tt
Ciitj Ml hw p-vT V h.yt, -M r.1fljp,')o1l, ab.f
f tn .Viamoir "iu"i In Um l. Fr then 9
I v f . L 1 ftutt.rir iraaf tw cwnitta-4 (vnM4'7 0f iff
i .l t: tt i A ,: Tjt-u nym.ii 'I n k n j j
THE BEST AND PURESl
Ct:tAP. CONVENIENT, CLEANLY.
ASK VOliR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WM. GLENN & S2NS, CINCINNATI.
i frtrmi aW -
"t a aJ wU urivf
oui Ac vcr'; ic TnWg Co . t. tauU, Ma.
vna.i ' r, A l i mnt late rein t
ii ; i ,f private, r hr"nir. and urinary li-se"-i
in all their i-oii,,hiat-l (.,im.. It i e)l
know n that lr .liii'-j han nttt at the litftd nf
the rfeni.on lr the f.-trt vear A, e and
e-nenre ail-iii, iHrtJiit. aeinmal Hk
ie. nufht ia.- I, y lreum niiiiles .n tl.e
tar hit ninnh'd. :ui Nitiv-l7 le ruree.)
lAilie wanting the inn.t .ItlnAle atlenti'.n, call
or write. I'leaawit li-.n.e fi,r .atit-ni A Imh W
lor the million. Marriae (iiid;. mhii h tella
u ail k!.ut thrsliaees who sh'jiil j marry
-whv nit1' i-ent. ti ,nv it:.ye. Ir latw
h?s ro'irna ami srl.r Vnu si-c nn one hut
the d'yh.r Oihce hours, J a in. Ui 1 p in un-day-,
I" to i. All husiue-, atrii tiy iv.nll.h i,
' 9 fKOW DA SHINE)
"! rc r-.
. . I'-.' if .sr -.,
1 - J. a -y'
A. GREAT DISCOVERY !
liy the u of whii-.h evety fmily nny yive
their l inen that hriHiam olih -i-iiliur to line
lallti'liy work. HavltiK ttine urtrl laler in iriu
in... iiu.i. it. vuiiie cot. V arranti-d
Sold Ey DraggiiU and Oroejr rer7w'aere
ASK t Olt DOldilNs'.
D03DIN3, BP.03. & CO., 13 If. 4th St.
O TJ t-
'fillRNb, MI'.II, CG'.'.iS.
HUMIONe,CUT3, BK'JirJ- .C iH.
BLAIll, ULCtHi, IJIil 'j, Ci
TTalkl-u:.: to hiW.::ii. . C: , ..
Dealer m Fresh Meats
Between WaahinartOB ni CoiuiuercliU
Ayenuae, .djolbins Hanuy'a.
KKKPS for aula (lie best Bu-f. Pork, Vuttoa
Veal, l.aiub, auaae, c . and u lira
i r.ad U i rva I'aniiliN io au aooenuthle ma: ier
1 'i T-l' Wl.liKtM
ft Av .'W inl ruhlli
iV- -'4 -ii. ' hlrreta, 4 III-
si ' ,,,-' . I llm.
!' S '. ' tered h the
-'Un-! y(P f'ate f tllHK.iS
'K-i'.- .K. f..r the exi.re...
-.. CiA I'un'j d ninif
awn tSSl tIBMKMaHHMbW.
(Or if pl&eai la a lint, ortr)
IS WILES Of
WW A MM
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
KVI.ItV ST' IV r. H
Wherever t'wd or Sold
A: Ahohlsh Witioai & Tiult !
Ot K NEW 8IZKS
Wo8. 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 nd 49
Are Marvelous Combination of
And all the fUxrntial Point that ft to Make up
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
:vt-r Oirorrd to th fubii,-
Male Only by iii
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
.s. RU, (ill, r,l and H N. Main M ,
M. Louis, ln.
O. W. HENDERSON,
'-I.WwIA-ft" rfiA w
.;vv Aif itii'si:ii:iM.
(? A l"ITIN, C.UI" with your name One
fill '" l'r,n,r'. f''r 'r. We hate
jyj tv. Airtntu Wanted; ni les Kent
f'.rsta1"'' A.H.H LLr.ll (.'! Ilruf itoo.MaM.
''rear Ibe Hnpr as tight nn yuu
ran, tv.at'a rlienrnatwrn ; rne turn more, thf
X'ltit," la a I jiii i iar rtas-ri,tion ' I IUee two
di-enM-s. 1 hough earh iny and dor attwk
ciffereit fK.rlioi of the n in. tti aue i- I.
I;eel to tie a o!noru ami In tlie U.yo-l. J'u
nfj tin. hj the u of
TA I.H. NT'S (-KL1.HI AM.Illl.M .
It will du It work -di!jr nd Ihorouirhlr- It
I- tlie treat friend or the Mifle-rr fn iu Utieumi
ti-lu and jrotit.
LI II V Al l, !iKt-GjV.
A day at bninr, Amita wanted. O-itdt
atil l-riiu liee 1 1U 1. A t.'j. , Aiijrtuta.
TANfKH. Tiavrliair Sarren. l. ra.
i arv and rxnen-rs iaid. l.t:n M-wiTif t o. .
M ljtlla, .Mo.
THE NEW YORK
i.r'X-nret PENH ION' X for o.r4 and rv.ldier
woundel .injurr'l or rutture-1 , hoWeer sliijhtl ;
ol, iain.au hii iM of old rate.; rolle.-ta arrrmr.
f v and hoiiuty. et.'. No rharye unle- nr.-rin-tiil.
I,lter r- r.i t 1 y an.werrl hjr al
dre.inir .1. II NCHol.I.. Attorney a Iw, I
' l.jii.' r- lre t, Vr ork l.ity. rare P. O.
A WKEK ruarabUl to Dial and
female MruK in tlM-ir htcality.
I oete not hi li to try It Partirula;
fre. P O VK.lO.rtV CO ,
rv Cf Oft f rdaat home- Samf le worth
VU ftr, ntniwin & Couiistny,
.','' lor Its Hnrltr. Slrentihand Flaver
V.nshte.l to Keep l uk!. .. Wa Guarantee It u
it Liin-lr free froai A'pArfc- A -d or (Hlier deleteri
i-.iiiunr. Hh which J W 'ia0ir lsalaKrrale
l".r ). y ai'.rocnt. lirMt Vinea-ar works la ta
r.. 1. i iibDDinu m w.bMMV
Hut la-fore jrolnjf elewher to do ao, send for
rir ularsof S. VV . 1lerfraih lnlitute, Jane
ille, VVisninain. l'eo.lueu!el by telint. of
V-tern I'liinn 'leletaih Co.. aa the only re
liable oi tiool in the Went.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
H.,.t e-.ful. . HU :KU .
all formi or rniVAiL,
IU and bjuJL u ii.x uia-
Spermatorrhea and Impotency,
U. F-tiU OI M-lf-iB' Itt t-B. w:ii fw wwi -ir'fri.-rh(ar
ruaw. lb M-
V,t,l( Hff ( Nioj0'jii, r-Miial t.i . 'eilW '.
-. t.r tlrwiuef. iJt- iMkl, !! it- H'liorr. Hut
f.tairi" t; A'T'ifK l" i'UH l frnti-Ut,
tf.oltat' f I '!-. I f' rt. 4 . . fv- 4nu
4r ( iiiief f ti nli ' . r l-rufl at! rtbK-fc.-ftil
rr4. SYPHILIS "4
UCveUtU4 '" Gonorrhea.
til at. i -tl.i-r ristr 4i-" tfui' kt rur4.
ll Ur?il-ti4 itl Utt fi.yicUu (- -ri itietitUeu
t.i fe-rUlO rifc tf fluent-, ftifl UVtt'iatC tb iMbdl .i.ui.
llf, 4V iiitrin nt Fr i m-:;u kwwing fact Uti.
r oiriui.4 aerxene to my crr. Wm ii i iuH4 rttt ttt
i-ii U. tiijr Ive unbitii, in cu Ltniii riii-i
i'l -wftljr by utMiivr ciLfft MfLmr.
Care Gaarauteed la all Caaw
u.. ii,iooi.. it,aMr r -w btur tr. ..4 lueliM.
rUargM rttKMblt b4 oOfTv..'a-U-bc MrWtljr r4,ll,Wiiti.K
A PRIVATE COUNSELOR
Of !. Mat u- lt .i)1r4., tvcwtlj lr4. lur tfcirlr
Vi, tnu. Si.cuW k rd l,r u. AS'lrM . u.v..
om w. truu t a. m. 11 r. u. kiuuuj.. i m t r. av
' DR. BUTTS'
1 iirty vi t r.f tpcrirorr IO trCAtlieatui ul IWSUAI 4VUa
A Fhyioloei?l View ofMarrutt
Ar ifJf J MiAtrwU ttiuJ Hium cuitl i,.tii.4
i-f-rT!'fc H'fcirif ce, uu th uiTMrm- ol r ro4u i-
9 mm "r i,jN h4 h arH intlniiitm of ouih,
ii'ai.lioJ aud viinanKuod An iJ'Vrmu-i txk u au nit.
tor pnal rJiH.(( tiit ll litUii4M eVl uiititf kV 4U.J
fcy. h. rit uim1 rm-' fTi)ct.
A PHIVATE MKDICAL TBZATI8 on 1I dw
of Privalaf Nittur lu ttli tliv- lautw- ml
unkt.olint.-af xuml jH m, and the otfftiu UuiCsl(H-ti-
u u ti ni'ftviuye. 4-1. t uititr-al r U-
JdEDK'AL ADVICE uu exuaUie4 Chitmic Diartur.
f-.iniiui, vkiKra,l alarrh, Cucr, Ruiiurv, Ihr itp.uiu
r., m di pj;' work, arnt ui.iiT t' All
ttire took t oiiraitiin 460 pAjerHit:t rythmir uritt
inoteiiiat it Uu-aultH-t, eot avcouraly MAiea oa r.
rvipt of 0 eta. AtkJrw Dr. ButHt' Otpnr.
Wo.UN. ethrt..St. touit.Mo. (ubliw j-h. j
OB. BOHUtKAN j
Marriage ouuir tliuet:tUt
tnnu Jii u-at all It.
7UIIIIVe ftUoUtj kliUW vt
'Klrtiilip. JkleVITI S1, l.t)
od KrvriODft of lit
brlUA avail ni liaakW lai pum.
Cllkind of Diaeaapa, vitb hundn-tla of aliialLa rvrrifM,
Mw huuiu aaiaii j .iitv iHiw-viniirmi ' HiaVrilBM, tllfir nft.
lura iMl:urr. Trfuou all Uitrara, Uiiy iJainiuf thir
cftuaea, ftyNiptouia aui utrftn lu run i if : Via onlj rL
KicBtioe rk off )' kiitd r ptiUithrd, and if comp.rta
i w-r- ff ip-.1. aWnt arc-urvly arlti on re: 14 t4 Am rfa.
Adilrcaa, hr. C- A. rK.n4, 6 htfttk .ittk ait
M. ivut, Mv. rtuUila4m)WJ.