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NATIONAL OEKOCRATIC TICKET
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k nfSe Tort.
THO A. iir.stniin.KB.
KEUatO.HIXLISG AT THE fSOtTII.
PcvIa I)ari.H DavU ! Why, food
roan, will you never wase bring an uti
wnsible fellow ? Tell n, at once, do
r-nii reallv believe, that no son? can be
knocked Into j-our head, In which a lit
tle bit of brains rattles around noisily
like a small jraln of shriveled wheat In
a bladder? For lo ! these many years,
vou have been labored with, but to no
Duroose. Must we, therefore. In utter
hODelessness. abandon all eflorts
to uak you even pasMbly sensi-
1.1. T Irnr c must. We
greatly fear we must. Why, It is a fact,
that tills man can't understand our ro-i-tion,
that tht people of the south must,
if they wish to save thciiwlvcs Irom
Judical misrule, which i more destruc
tive to their Interests than pestilence,
famine, grasshoppers, must, if they wi.-li
to escape Radical robbery. ric up Wil
liam Allen-like and not Mt down again
until they compel the lawless element of
that section ol the country to quit
killing negroes lu the interest of
the liepublicau party ! Wc Ulievc that
the Ilaye men of the South the white
Hayes men of the South ttaploy bad
men to kill negroes, and then cry :
"Look, now, at this slaughter; tbe Demo
cratic party U to blame."' loti"t tell u
Republicans would do no such thing.
They would tbe white Southern Radi
cals. The North-end Radicals would
shrink from such a crime, but there are
many of tbe most degraded men on
tbe face of Uod' green earth
in the Republican party of Hie South.
Tbee are unprincipled fellow, lit lur
murder, treason, stratagem and spoils.
They live by office-holding; and, steal
ing in office, they would murder to con
tinue in a position to steal. Such meals
do, we have no doubt, employ negroes
to be killed at the South, so that the Re
publicans may say: "Democrats did
this. Oh! the badness of the
Democrats!" This surmise this
guess becomes very strong when
the tact is brought out, that al
ways, just belore an election, the bid
Republicans whisper among themselves:
A few negroes kilied now would help
us." These wtii?icrs are always follow
ed by the killing of a few negroes
wheref Why, ot course, in one of the
Republicans Stales ot the South. The
klding is done principally in South
Carolina and Louisiana. These
Stales are yet under Kudicul
control. Killing the killing of negroes
used to bo common Just belore elec
tions at the North, in Arkunsas, and
Virginia, and Texas and Mississippi;
b it the moment Uiose States passed un
0 r Democratic control the nigger-killing
and robbery business was ended
there. Robbery awl murder are yet
common in the Radical States of South
Carolina and Louisiana. These
States must be brought to le
moeracy in order that they
may be saved ; and if the people of the
south will rise up and exterminate the
nigger-killing aggressors, we will I
enabled to own South Carolina and
fXiisiana, bowl Uncle -amuel into the
unit boux and tlien bring peac and
prttpri!j to ail tbe land. Bat, why
ulii Ha DitU won't be can't be
t ciricrjucl teo v -nibie
sldesofthe stream at on place nnd de
positing It at another. ,
A uniformity of width will also nen.
itate a discharge of the floods of the
river, which will have a tendency to pro
The same system, Mr. Eads declares,
has bt-en successfully tested in Uie allu
via! districts ol the Rhine with most em
inent sueces. and lands which were once
levee I and in danger of overflow are now
placed absolutely beyond the reach of the
floods withont the levees.
A Dart ot the system proposed by Mr.
Eads likewise contemplate the making of
two, or possibly three. Judicious cut -off
between Vicksbnrg and Red river, by
which the anrface, slope or flood
line In all the river above would
be lowered several feet. lie declares that
the lower part of the river should have
Us outlets closed so as to confine the en
tire volume of the river Into one channel,
as far down as the head ot the passes.
His theory is that the larger the volume
of water flowing in one channel the flat
ter will be the inclination of Its flood-line,
and as one end ol the flood-line Is fixed
br the gulf of Mexico, any lessening of
the sIoih; must low er the floods on the
levee, and this can be so lowered by te
treatment proposed, as to proven? over.
With one brief interval." says an ad
mirer of Hayes, "he has been in public
life for eighteen years." sixteen ef these
eighteen have been the mot portentous
of the nation's history. Yet. Mr. Have
with every opportunity to distinguish
liitnelt, lis managed to preserve an in
cognito so fir as ability is coiictrtntl.
that Is surprising under the. circum
stances. "Who i Hayes?" continue to
be oik- ut the questions ol the hour.
( ol. Yit ol Sed.ilia, Mis
souri, was the- favorite candidate of
many iMuocrats of that State tx-r gov
ernor, out Uie lelUOcraej ai me .-ruii;
convention last week, "pulled down its
V. et." and put up a it staudard bearer,
Gen. John S. Phelps, a I nmn soIJn-r.
a man ot high reputation who will
sweep the U!s in November.
CAPE MAY LETTER.
This Famous Watering Place
the Past and in tne treseni.
. . . a ! - I
Inch means a Bervanno urm.se town,
water, and to lock and guard the room
while you are In the bath. II Jfoti tlMire
to bathe : . '
SOCIALLY AXI FASHIOXAM.Y,
you present your ticket at the ofliee of
the bath-house about ll-.Hi. a. m.. ami
select your bathing habit. If yon re
a man it will consist either of one wooieii
garment, Including bath shirt and panta
loons, or, it may nave mec iiiis4r-u-.
bles to every well regulated masculine
ward-robe in two pieces, also a coarse
straw hat. If you are a woman I lon t
know what you will wear, there arc some
mysteries that even a newpaper corres
pondent may not find out. 1 rom a cur
sory view; it is evident that a pair of
pantaloons, a very brief dress, and a hat
are components ot the toilet. Some
ladies. I am told, wear corsets nn-i
other things. I only know that
most of them look astonishingly natural
after their clothe b-come clinginglr wet.
Occasionally you will see an outline that
suggests the Venus ot Tliorwaldscn, and
quite as frequently the extremes of Ceres
and famine are presented. That, at least,
one lady w ears striped stocki :g in the
surf. ( am convinced, tori snw the stock
ing tranded o;i the booth yesterday, and
stvm a urettv Hondo come out ol the sea
with iti follow i the other limb I
should say foot, but i-i truth, the tool
was the smallest part of it. If it had
been a handkerchief I would have handed
it to hor, but I was never very roman
It would be well lor ail afliatuvd lovers
to trv sea bathimr together. It will
smooth the way to the inevitable, uisen
ehautuu'iitj tli.it ..!low swift on nuptial
t liniliaritv. The abandon of flic waves
u eont.iL-ious : viiuult ladies tli:it were at
the Stocton hotel hp l:--t vening. in
spiring everyltody but a siio' wnh awe
liv the eleirance of their toilet i and the
au-terity of their tii.itiiier-, r-fnii.g t
waltz with any but their brother leave
their prudery with their dotln.-s in the
bath-hou-e, and come out m.n the
sands, their white ankles flashing in the
sunshine, sometimes naked, in tin; idiom
of Virgil, "as to the km-e." They and
their beaus run races on the beach, pelt
each other with wet sand, roll mi the
shore and dig the and with their toes
(which usually have corns on them),
In fact deport themselves vciy much as
they were supjosel to do in those an
lique times belore sex wa enacted. C.
in the aid ol Servla and Montenegro,
w hich she In not likely to uo any More
openly than she has already done by Uie
silent use ot money lor tne purcnase or
arms and munitions of war. The trouble
In Turkey, so far. had certainly been fos
tered by the influence of General Igna
tlcfl". Of the new Sultan Pclxotto spoke
highly, saying he wa a liberal and intel
ligent monarch, and. being supported br
the mo;t enlightened ot his people, might
possibly U-fore long introduce a modified
form ot constitutional government, al
though all changes tmist.ot eoure,come
English Bruse1s. Tliree r!j- and Inirrain,
lo, M.Ur Carpet. v five, kup, i runio
Cloths Oil Clntb. ete., very cheip
at the Oll Place
113 FULTON ST., NEW YORK.
Carpet carefully packed and sent to any
part ortnt L oiteil nies ireeoi entree.
s3send:for price mst."-
7-4-1 v. J. A. BENDaLL.
CINCINNATI WESLEYAN COLLEGE,
FOR TOUYO WOMEN,
Kecin. In a'.ih veir fert. 11th. Faculty
Dtunhers 21, Maulncent buildings, ifener
nu thle. Thorouth eur-o in Engliib.
Science. Claic, anl Modern Lsngusxes.
Cnuriiasscd alvatn-ires lor inuie ana
A.fdre.- the 1'reu lent, Kev. navta n.
Moore, D. 1 . Ciudnnati, O. i-Ml&w-M.
To whom Pensions are
HA1JJiTH'BU:D whila in the line
Ind diclirg ol Uu;t, tilber. by accident c
oihrwi, should bTC a pp-ion. Tbe los o-
anr entitle you to a prMion. A ruftJl',
o matter how ehsht, fm yoo a perulon.
1 ha Iom of a toe jrlTea roo a penaloa.
The losa of an ejo f ivm you pen ion.
' lnjurr win gr p Pi .
PAINT AND OIIA.
B. F. PA1TILER,
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwaya oa haa4. th celrtrateil illuminating
Corner Eleventh Street and Washing
rTsm & CO?,
Wholesale ant ICeUiil Pealers In
Foreisn and Domestic
wim:s of ALT kimh,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSHf. SMYTH A CO. have eoaiitantlT
Urge atock ol tht lt pou - iu n- niai
ket, act (rivee-i-ial attenlioa to the nholeaalr
raucU ol the buainena.
ho are now arawin.-
tle-l to an increase
sir c txnsiotMire Inawy eotl
f- 4 nan.,nn and Ttwintw A f.tfL.
AdXr p. h. FITZCERALDt
rn:M State Claim Afnt, ISPmAfOLit.tBV.
MTOs a let era mark 1. O. Box M.Mi
tmn i ''til rjr t" am ik-i alf"
i oTiirtineyl m the I niiel
I I 1. A MM, Cana-lu. ami Ku
Uf Tnil I (?"'! I irin l'wu
I A I. HI I l,N'l'"-"f auy nllit-r nlia-
A va-'.ieoa; nxl in the r.n-
A PERSECUTED PEOPLE.
Sen Unite nnd bow They Are Taken
A Hint lo Levers. .ir.
A - 4? rt. lj aet-iaJ reqtit-..
& l-k.il kilreit-J Uj houe
ZMj(if ioivvir t!j Lanjationof
v. lLi-tvi ntw. Jut ht. IuU
RrfLbiUm A Mwlijr puViUhe a letter
rom iu vVfehington corre? iordent con
taining the aubetance of Mr. Eada re
marks. He asserted the tLtire feasibility
of aecuriu a navigable depth of twenty
feet of water at all seasons of the year from
Cairo to New Orleans. And he also as
sured me oouiimU"e tnat, by a proper
correction of the river, the alluvial lauds
tin both hides of the river could be un
questionably saved from overllow with
out the aid of levees, biuiply by lowering
the flood-line of the river.
Tbe method he ausgebta lor its Im
provement U the reduction ot the river
From our own Correipoinleut.
Stockton IIotki., July 21, 17G.
This relentless hot weather has driven
many Centennial visitors to resorts
where the fiery rays of a spotless sun
arc tempered by ocean or mountain
breezes." "Lust week feeling that I could
not endure the heat ot Philadelphia
lonjrer, I bought nn excursion ticket ou
the West Jersey railroad, and after a ride
of three hours, passing through a por
tion of the famous fruit region of New
Jersey, and stopping a few minutes at
Vlneland, I was at Cupe May. Long lie
lore the era of railroads, and iu fact he
fore the Introduction of steamboats, the
extreme southern point ot New Jersey
became known as a resort for health and
pleasure seekers. The situation of this
cape, which the Dutch acquired and
named more than two hundred years ago,
gives It peculiar advantaees as a sani
tarium. Surrounded on three sid-s bv
the , i
waters ok thk Atlantic.
the ocean's refreshing breezes fan it
without tint. b.ile the bach upon
which the;breaker roll Incessantly, is
perhaps the least dangeroua and most
prfrct tor bathing pnrpoes of any re
sort upon the coast. Inland, there are
fine forest, and wide pasture Intersect-
J by inlet , and caves, abounding in tisb
abd oysters. Passing so many natural
adra&tage it w as long ago freqnented by
tboe who sought to borrow health and
strength from it invigorating atmos
phere. r.d surf. .Swansdakr, ai
Conliui Jacobs may have called it. was
a well-knowa resort N-tore other now
well known plactr on tbe Jcrv y toa-t
were l.tird of. Bat the Cape May of to
day bears little resemblance to the primi
tive retreat of a century ago. Its lawns
have been iutersected bv treef s, its rude
cottages have been replaced by U.-autiful
villas and Urge hotels, one of which, the
Stockton House, is the largest on the- At
lantic coast. There is perhapn no sum
mer resort more replete with the re
sources of health and pleasure than Cupe
Mas. Smooth graded and sheltered
thoroughfare;, wUli turnpike mid IkuicIi
roads, furnish delightful drives.
1UK OCKAS I'K'JM'
has a hard tsmoutU beach, alou wliich
It b a pleasure to stray, watching the
crowds of biithcrs iu the booming surf,
Condition of Ihe Jew I" RouiiiMuia
The IMonbilillv lmpo-l iiten
1 Item .
Dear Old "Yankee Doodle."
It isq$ In ti burit of the people I Our b3i
late aicstitd it. our arris hat aang and plated it
ur ft'ird j irta ha e rarchtd to It and aow e r.a
I is picture a grand and masterl; production of art
ijr A. M. fVilUrd. The original adorns Memorial
lall, at Philadelphia, and it daily admired bythouv
mds. Theccpyls a fine chreno. and should adorr
lit walls of een America to:t.
If not found ;th ftr pictare (Jester, send you
reer to the puWuhe.',
f. r.PYCCH, Cleveland, 0
PfilCE-Bj mail, Si.CO; -.mnlei mil for Iran
g, 3.50. '
h.-h nml foreirn tnnian'i, wtrn nvrntnr, At
t mcaat lvv, n l tlhr olicntor, er"'-'ll
w III tlnF-r who luv luul tli-ir'4tM reieclvil ID
thi'lnnls ni olhor ainrncT. In rvei:ut aiM-
our l-r are r-j-iiimt.lc. nt no i Imrxc Is nm l
1 It' you want a )t-
1. 'Jlt.wni lltSIUanlr)
Humiliation ut the patent uflire, ami II we Ihiuk
it iwtrnulile, will strut )iu pH.-ra au-1 wtviiw
an l itrwut ronr ca.-e. Our l will lie iu or
Orul or written in nutttvM
irctt. :x-0)mmi.I"ner nl l'tnts,
I'Wv.l.n t. Ohio : O. II KfUey, i'.ft . Si-e'V
National GronRr Louiaville, Ky ixiiiimndor
Itan'l A in men. I', to. WuihlntrUm, 1. C.
r !-n'l Maiim lronr "liulile lur obtaiu-
1UK Tatenla,' ' a txiok 'l poae . ,
A'Hn-8 : l.oul Rxirr A t o., S.icl
tomorraH-ntf, Washington, f. C.
ths n:m tmm& bdvts.
lug through the air, and the sails of ships
gliding by close to the shore, or sinking
behind the horizon. To the citizen of the
Interior, where sea air tuid sea views are
uukuowu, an experience of a few days on
the coast is tho opening of a new exls
pauding the mind.
The chief umuseiueut here b sea bath
ing, though those who prefer, can have
hot or cold salt baths iu bath
I houses for a very reasonable price.
The hour preferred for aoa bathing is
between eleven and twelve a. i., or
about three hours after breakfast, then
the surf lor a distance of halt a mile pre
sents a very lovely appearance. Men,
women, boys, girls and small children
From tneiew York World.l
Mr. li. F. Pelxotto. United Mates
consul-general to Hou mania, is in town
Irom Bucharest, on leave of absence.
Mr. Pelxotto was appointed to his posi
tion about six years ago, and accepted
il without pay, going to Koumanhi iu
the hope ol doing something to amelio
rate the condition of the llouuiuiiian
Jews. In conversation with a reporter
ol tliti WorM yesterday me cousin sam
that the present condition ol the lloit
uiuniun .lews was deplorable. They are
disqualified from voting or holding any
office; they arc not allowed to hold
property outside of the cities, and are
also prevented from engaging In pro
fessional pursuits or iu the manufac
ture and sale ot wines and tobacco, two
of the chief industries ol the country.
While the serfs and even the gypsies have
been emancipated, the Jews, numbering
two hundred and fifty thousand, out of a
population of five niiili'ms, are still labor
ing under cruel disabilities. They are
scattered through the provinces of Mol
davia. IVallaehia and Bessarabia, and.
not withstanding their disfranchisement,
are subject to the same taxes as the Rou
manians and to military duty, their King
three thousand of them in the Roumanian
army. Since the time of the Bessarabian
riots in 1S72, when the great mas mi er
inz. attended by lorty members of Parlia
ment, was held at Uie Mansion house in
London, and when the German Kelchstag
and the American congress protested
against the ill-usage of the Roumanian
Jew, there have been no open hostili
ties evertheles, individual cases of
persecution and extortion and the civil
and political disabilities still weigh upon
Mr. Piexotto attributes tne irejudice
atfainst the Jews to these facts : Iu for
mer years the Roumanian boy&rs or
nobles used to spend the greater part ot
their lime in Paris or Hainl-ur, or some
other fashionable capital, leaving their
estate in the bands of their overseers,
who were generally Jews. They spent
a preat deal of uioney, and lieiueiitly
becoming Impoverished, mortgaged
their estate to these overseers, and when
they wire backward about paying their
serfs, attributed the siiU'eiing of that
class to the Jewish mortgagees, thereby
giving rise to ill-feehnsr and prejudice.
When, as sometime haiicned. the e
tutes passed into the hands ol the Jews
the bovurs secured legislation by means
of which they recovered their property
The peasants and boyars are, howecr,
lesa onnosed to Jewish t mauclpail in
than the middle cla s, Abo are the ofllcc-
holders. and these have made the uues-
tiun u i.oluvcul l.-xtuc. which has been the
cause of dlsrxunloii between the lied ltc
lHioiieiitiH, now iu power, ami me 1,10-
eral Conservatives, who were defeated
at the List election. 1'riuce Italics
U well dispoed toward the
Jews, but he is. bound by his
oath to support the constitution, and as
he Is, furthermore, beset by political oh
stacles. he ati do very little for them
The Prince has promised Mr. Pclxotto to
do all he can for the Jews, and Mr.
Pclxotto has also had much help Irom
his colleagues of the diplomatic corps at
Bucharest. Iu regard to the social and
THE ONLY DWELT ROl'TK TO
tlii Line lnNrnuer arc Lanilrd at
I'eiilfiiniai ;roun1.4, i.r at i:ro:t.l sn'l 1'ine
SU-M-tit, iu vicinity ot the 4H'1uij; hotrl in
I'hilu'tdi'hia. as llu-v niayi.rflir tiolderi oi
( AN STOP OFT AT THK
Anl vi-it tl'.e f;oernment FuiMinfr. and the
s.anv ol-iM tj of inlen-i-ls in au'l atxjiit n anliin-
tonl-ity. 1 raveltrs en -niuif
F2.is3.st, ird Coafartxble Trip,
ShouM n-menit'rtliat Uie
BALTIMORE & OHIO R. R.,
IkCelvbrate! for it
Eletrant Coaches. Splendid Hotla, Or and
aniUcaaumi mountain ana vaiiey
Scenery, ana tne many points oi
Historic Intert Aloe if
feiie: mm :o m the mu
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2.50 per Day.
Room and Board, 3d Floor $2 .00 Per Dejr
Special lutea l? Week or Bflenth.
A limitnl Bomber of vrrr rlcirolita fkmitv
rooniarjin be mured at reasonable rateatorthe
Miinim r mnnllis
I he S. 1 harli- l thf 1nrifel nnl WnI aimnint-
el House in Southern llliniiin, and la the InKlma
hotil in Cairo. Notniihutumtina the "llnl
Hork" reduction In uriiv). the table will, s
nual, be lihernlly anplied with the very brl
orrvrrrthine; that ou be found in market.
Fine Wire aaniple roome for rommercial trav
eler, on irmiint floor, free of rhanre.
the hotel without rhara-e
JfcW KTI V IL'TJX A CO. ,
setstoxs nmm m mm,
(Book and News Black a Specialty (
11 Novtk rifth Street,!':
Our Inks art- Ufa anneriornalilr, (jvinsr made
Horn the tet inirmlirntaand under the iriiil
kiiiert n ot a i r licul iirinlrr and mluiui,
Ihrrefore we will Cituumnn'v Kvert- HoHnd oi Ink
(old lo be ol superior Jet Black, ttuiok
UyuiKi ana tnureiy jrree irom aeiti air-
frnri vliei are from .0 To t rKIt EM.
I.IIH 1 11 than any other luka in.iuulatauivl in
the t iiitrd stmt,.
A trml ui a dimple ix will emwne nny
iriulerthtl be hai len puyiiiK ner;y douldr
k lial he Khmild lor his Ink in lime wM . I'lil
i. in krti uit IwrreU to ruti )iuiTlinJH-r
Keystone Printing Ink Co.
17 NORTH FIFTH STREET.
in lV.nTl4 WorV fJ
i w ihkt iurrtrl a td Mr
naka Avb on ttkat mtr;4
fthc Msuai fU mtmmm.
Hi., Ui't4 dtrvn(i la lb
wrorurrrM4uctwttt hum la
truly twy it. Uit inevrriMl rMum. Mm mi! trMi
V'winjr and mt44t evftad bu4 tr& linwfH ,i
r"iitv.M intorMadkUcrm, whir mo cu kfloM With
out i oa how to i Tir live )Jth, Vft4 omipjiwMI. so
riT to CftaVI rhrii lhr trthiH uf yrnuh , tit br t.b4
nr.lf mat Htrir G4 In Um mtrUL thnm Ammi
I t Mi.l. Tr ithur nny bm rtmm.ud permt'y k bdf
t itii oa tny erf t mi t nkrlniai in i I lijjaj
.Vf. ei. O. OLLS , 141 WtdtLi&ctwa il, Ckkao, Lk
(Or If placed ia lint, era)
18 MILES M
VV v-. '.'.i
SOLD DURING the YEAtl 1875
EVF.BT PToVE IS
Wherever I'ed or Sold
ii ihchlsly JM i Ml! -
Nob 37, 38, 39, 47, 48 and 49
Are a Ntarveloua Combination of
And all the hM ntial t'oluU (hat an to Mait uu
ibe . v
Most Perfect Cooking Stove
l:rr OfTered to I lie I'uldlr.
iliule only by the
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
No. H! J, r.i , r,i anil U X. Main .,
Kl. Unl, Ma.
0. W. HENDERSON,
THE ENEMY OF DISEASE !
THE FOE OF PAIN
TO MAN AND BEAST
la the Urond Old
Which has stood the test of 40
rh""' i tw nr u win noi neai,
no jjameness ii win not vuru.uu
AnhA. no Fain, tbat Atnicts tne uu
man body, or th j body of a Horse
m oth, r uomesiic an nuu, m
loen not vield to its matrtc touch.
a home cosiinK zoc. owe. or i
has often saved the life of a Human
Being, and Bestored to ljtie ana
Usefulness Many a Valuablo
THE BEST AND PUREBT
CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY.
ASK VOUft OROCER OR 0RU001ST FOR IT
WM. GLENN k SONS, CINCINNATI.
am MiiMamMiA mmm
Ofadj tl vi'lrtMC JQ9 ftythiM fta4 VtU tUJijr MX IWi
tot. Utua Ad? eitllV C rubl e vO.. m. IMM,
Fare liil ALWAYS i u LOW
As D? As; Cusr Line
PULLMAN PALACE CARS
fri::;pil westo d Iislen Cities-
L'olt 'I UK' troll llCKfcT!. H.VU'.liAOK
P I h-k, Moveiiu-nt of Irtioa. isiw.in(? r
Ar'omiiio'lationn. Ax., !te.., a.lIy al lu-ket
um. ut all rriiii-iful ruint,
NORTH, SOUTH, EAST OB WEST.
Notice Is hereby civen that default hav-
iiitf been made tor wore than sixty day In
tbe ravment of a portion ot the amount e
cured'to be paid by a certain niort
ira'e executeil bv John llodife to
auiuel Staat Toylor and Kdwin
I'amon. trustee of tho Cairo City
I'roDt-rtT. dated Mar. h 11th WH, and
recorded in the rerorder'a office In and tor
Alexan der county, in to state oi niinom,
lnbook"L"of deeds paie I.H2, etc. The
iin,lcriinel the tiucceutor ot "aid tru-toei.
will on Wednesday, the lUth day of July
nt. A. f. lHTfliit l' o'clock In the fore-
noon of that dav. under and by virtue of
thi iiower ofaaie rontaioed in atd mort-
b tup. aril at Diiblii; auction, to the hitrlieAt
bidder, for caJi, at hi ofline, eorner of
WaKbiuKtoo avenue ana r.ifcuiecoui sireei,
In aid City of Cairo, in Alexander county
and state of Illinois all the right, title and
inurtit of laid John Hodrfes or hla aairifrni,
in and ut lou numbered 1. (fevent'ea) and
18 (eighteen), In biok numbered WMtfuy)
In the Kirat addition to raid City of Cairo,
mxcnrdinir to the recorded plat thereof.
with the appurtenance, to aatiafy tbe pur-
pone and condition or a'u morns kg.
Dated, Cairo, 11'., June 27tb IsTU.
8. HTiATS TaYI.OR,
Tru.te of tho Cairo City l'roperty.
.'hartrrvd by the
State of lllinoia
for, the exureaa
,urtOM- ol fivinff
!IlllliriuKi ioi' t
naliraaraof tirivatr. chronic, ami urinary Ui-
u.. in ll thip f.,iTin.li(.atMl fnrma. II 1 WVll
known that Ur.Jauwa haa atKl at u nr-i ui
the urufnaion for the t.a.t v-r. Ae ana
Jl-imirortnt. ktmlMKl Hifc
una, nitiht losara hjr ilirams impira o uw
fane lot rnanhol ran poallifriy ue ramu
ljvle warning the niont Vrhcate attention, can
or write. I'lrwanf home for tient. A ikio
for the million, ilnrruufe taiuait Wliicn nil"
yon all alul the diwaMit who hhonH marry
wliT not lorarnU to i-ay poU".'. I'r J ail tee
ha M dxiIia and trfor . I on oee no oa Dul
the dortor nnii'e hoiirit, a nt . to 7 p. in. Mm
dav, 1" to 12. All biifine. atrU'tly cnfldi-n
1-I TlN'i CAKt w lib )our natix floa-
I.rmtr.1, arnt lor t c. nava v.
Ir. Arent U'anlrd; rn.l- ami
nip. A.ll.r L. l.l.r.lt iinmui,aM.
aterew site laxrr mm lia-ht ate yen
ran, lhat'a rhuiiaUam I one turn mora, that'
gout," la a rami iar lrrriiUon ol taca two
dixes. lhouh ouM may and doe atlaca
dilleretit ponton of the m. the rmmvi I Nr
lievtit ki I a poiaoaou acid IU the taotrd- Ju-
ruy tula j ine uw ot
TAttHAST't HEI.TZI.K APtlUINT.-
It will do it work arieedUy aed tboronarhly. It
1. the rrat frirod of Uie aunerer iroin mwuma-
tlfin an4 Kutit.
MII.D IIV A I.I. IRfG;i-TS.
A day at bmoe, A avni
and trriu free. TliL'K
nta wanted . Ojlflt
A I.O., AugTuata.
"llfAM'KI. TrafliBf "Mleamen. Falr!
VV ary and Senaei jnl. em ataji'f j t o.,
hu Lotus, Mo. .
THE HEW YORK
proire TENSIONSS for OIBoars and Soldier
wounded, injured or raplured, however altchlly ;
olitainaan iurne of old raUai rollrrts arrrara
of par andbouuty.eic. S charira unlewa aue-rt-fiil.
Ittern promptly anaaerad by aJ
draaxinf'. H MCH'tl.L, Attorney a- t.j;,
haiiitrJtre't, New Vork City, I O.
Box Ut. '
WKFK roaranteed to male and
female arenu la their locality.
at nothing to try it ranicuuua
; C i Mr) A per day at home. Sample worth
PU lO 96V i frev, Minaoe A Compaay, v
t;. it. uoiisi.Y,
Asb'tUeo'l 'ticket A?t
1IIO-I. I'. ll.VliliV,
Western I'ut-.i'K'r Ast.
L. M. cou:,
THUS. II. fcllAl.I',
Mater of Tran-p'n.
to an approximate uniformity wiiU the
present width of the bend or jiurU of the aeliuola of porpoise rolluio; mine
the river In which the entire volume la waves, the irroxeful.white bcu-ruII Iano
confined Iu one narrow channel, lie ex
plained that the ahoal were invariably
located In part ot the river nearly two
or three time & wide u the concen
trated channel, lie alo explained that
at each end of iheee ahoal the kurlace
alope of the river i ktcepcr thaa iu the
other channel where the w ater Is con
ce titrated, and that by rtducinj; the
width of the river at the shoal we not
only get rid of thia extra Bteepues of
fiuriace alope, but alao acpjire the came
depth that exlaU In the other part ot the
river. By bringing the river to a uui
for unity ot width, a uulfortnlty of
aurfaoe alope 1 therefore pro
duced a uniformity of surface
klotM inaurei a uniformity in the
velocity of current, and thU will prevent imtv be aeeu iu their irroteeaue sea cos- consul quoted . "I'l'ilp??? l? " cla5"If
. , ..! . . . L. . f . m ,1 I,' ... 1 :, I . ... . HUM UU B, IMU T, I UI U U,V . . v..
" - 1 lUHIC. UUUUIIIlf Ull UIIUUUWII Willi VIIU
Intellectual Btatus ot the Jews, the eotieiil
" I a I If. I .l .t .. I tl
i.,!.....,t.... ti... I....U- ..v. I tsnokeciicourai'iiiiriy. tie sum iiiai wnm.
SUl VI aA I'OPUIUUUII Ji WOV awwa"-
lioimiaiihiiia could niit her read nor write.
there was hardly a Jelh adult who
could not read and wiitc at lt-ast one lut-
iruaife. Thev have eatablished cliool,
are becoming modernised In their cus
toms and UreM. and lie has hone that.
btdore lonj;, they will be admitted to full
Mr. 1'eixotto lwa been greatly aided iu
hi labors for thu good of the lliuiuiitnbiii
Jews bv Sir Francis Uoldauiid. M. 1'..
Baron tlojicl Uothschild, and the Anjrlo-
Jewish Asgociatior.. In conclusion the
To tle WorUint I'laaa. We can fiirninh
fu.i 1'ioplo nil-Ill ai Milieu Jim tnoi loan,
aie pnv, III vouron a localities, tvitliout lin
a4ay Irom lioiue over ni;lil. A-ruts wauttKim
evety town aud ewity to take ubaerilr for
I ue Leiili'lllil'JI IIivwi.J. ine iuih'm miijiii'iu
ill the L'niN-d Btali a li page, eoluinea; Kl-
euauty lIluMnitwl; Tenua only i er year.
1 lie Iteooru li li oled l w nausver ia oi mu re- v
eoniieeUtl v lib llicLt utenaial )ur. I he I. rest
r.x In lilt ion t riiiktdi'lphia 1 muy niuiiraiiu
in iletuil hveiyl oily wwiila II. J he w hole
iwuple P el a jrre.it iuterent In their t ountry'n
Com. iimul ltirU.ia , and want to know ull
alHjiil il. An ei. L-i.'i i.inotic crayon diM ini
premium picture ii preented free lo tach ml
s iit r. It lauiiiti d,"lnreu"i'lri'uofllie
une iiuiiore'iin Amu vi mary oi i" imirKu
enceol'ttir L'niu-1 huu-t.' Size, 1 by in
chi Auy oni- cn lcoiue a auccuaaiui aajeai,
for hut aliow tin- puner and picture and luiu
lire. In ot MiWrilierF are easily obtained every-
w hre. 1 licit id no liuiuea Ihit will y liae
this ut pri .-eiil W e lime lunny turriita wiio are
makiuu ai. InnH u a-ai ir day uii'l univurdr.
.Now i tl li i,i ; Jon'l delay, lieliu-mlier it
riM-ta uolliiiiL' Si k Vc the buaiueaaa lilttl. IM-ud
lor ru. uiur., ttrins, ami aaiupif copy oi pur.
miii n are wni in to all WOO "PI" i '
dv. oniplettoutnt f r to thoae who decide
loeut"Ke lunneia aud lueehanii. and Iheir
oii and daughter., mike t lie very next of agent
1 1 1 1 Ut N "iffcX X I A L UIXOKp,
HOI K E.
Notb-e 1 herebv elven that default hav.
In been made lor more than nlxty days in
the pavmcnt of a portion ol tho amount e
cured to be paid bv a certain wortifafje ex
cuted by Javea'Ityan to tamuel 6tat
Taylor ami Kdwln 1'areons, trustee oi tue
( alio City Property, dated the 10th day ot
Mat- A I). 17X and recorded in the record
er' ottli e, in and tor Alexander county, in
tlw-Stiite of lllinoia. in look6of ilueds.paee
o etc. The undersigned, the suceeaaor of
hald truiteei. will on Wcdnei-aay, me run
,i,.u nf.iulv ii-vt. A. II. Ik76. a: l(i o'clock
In the forenoou ol that day, under and by
virtue of the tiower of ale contained ia
raid inorlKaifo, sell at public auction, to tbe
liighent iidii:rf tor caaU, at hia niUoe, toi-n-r
of Wanhintou aveuue and K'uhteeulh
street, In aid City of Cairo, in Alexander
county and (state ol Illlnoii, all the rbjbt,
title and Interest of aald James Kyan or bin
aBhi'D", iii and to lots numbered i.J (llur
teem and It (Kourtecni. In block number.
ed 'JM (Twentv-eiuht) in the Find addition
to said City ol Cairo, according to tbe re
corded libit thereof, with the appurtenan
ces, to saUafy the purposes and condition
of said mortgage.
Dated. Cairo. 111. June 27th IsTti.
Trutec of the Cairo City 1'roperty,
f mur a CtlliairA
K -i HUH UA Oil INC I
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Ily the uae of which every family msy icive
lliclr l inen tbi.t hiilliani )xilbh jieruliar to line
laundry work, bating time and labor in irom
iOK, lu'i'e Uiau ita entire cutt. arrantel.
eld By Druggists and Grocers Everywhere
ASK t OKDOWllNS1.
DOBBINS, BROS. CO., 13 N. 4th St.
i.-2t il.tvv-.'iii Philadelphia.
iieata4 foe its PnHtTt frewjrrh ana sne"
Warraoied to Keep Piraiea. We Gaaraalet It M
ntlrly frae from rtup vrte And or other deleter!
.... .....( H,h whlfh Joji Vltttaar laadultersted
PoraalabralfGeneera. Laraeat Vlnear Workala S4
maiuulus tbat ao long as the water Is waves or being tossed over by them with-
charged with tbe load which l duo to out ceremouy. The Stockton Hotel
certain velocity. It will uot scour up from bathing rooms are only a few steps from
tlMi bed or banka of the stream any svldw I the surf. The discreet bather will leave
Uun thereto. " I his money aud Jewelry at the hotel otltce,
Toe current in its present condition is where lor fifty cents he can buy a bath
continually alternating in velocity owing ticket which secure a bathing costume;
totbt-swid spaces In the bed, and a small room in which to leave bis clothes
heuce U oulinuallj scouring the bed and and don Li rolt it wr, and atu-inlmicc.
Derby in the British parliament, when
bir t rand uoiUstnhi called ttie attention
of the house to the Boumauian question :
"It is tho Jews who sutler, but It is we
who have the shame."
Consul l'elxotto spoke aUo of tho
Eastern troubles, aud attributed them
to the Influence of llussia and the machi
nations ot deneral lirnalieti. Jut ar
rived from the Kant, he felt sure that
the present war would not amount to
lum h, utiles lliia should romc lol.lly
FOE FARMS !
No Belts or Bellows.
WILL UELD S IVCH IKOM.
Jail what U taiitcd. Send ! -cent itamp
irciuarto KMI'lls-. ptiu TAM K 'rt'r. 0
'Iroy, Kew tork
!y virtue of an execution to tuc directed
by the Cleric of tbe Circuit Court of Alex
ander County, in tbe State of IUinoU, in
favor of Bernard McManu and against
James A. Fry, I have Idled upon the fol
low ing described property, In Hrt Addlt-'
ion to tne Lity ot Cairo, in tne county oi
Alexander and fclate of Illinois, to-wit i .
All of the right, title and interest of said
James A. Fry in and to lot nuinhtred thir
teen (13i iu block numbered forty-seven (47)
which I shall Oder at pibllc sale at the
riouth-wct door of tbe Vouil House in the
City ol Cairo, in the County of Alexander
aud Mste ol Illinois, on the fifth day of Oc
tober, A. V., 1870. at the hour of eleven
o'clock, A. M., lor eaab, U satisfy said ex
ecution. Alkx. II lKVI,
Sheriff of Alexander County, Illinois.
r Cairo, Ilia.. July .878. dtd
i, N. rRE8HHAN ft BEOS.,
1,0 w. rati tt, mum o.,
Vre aaUtortaed to contract for adTertle
las; ia UUe papa.
BstlBtatet furs Is free, leal for Circular
1 at Iaiaedlala reliej
St SB aa po,l
l 7J IT art. Jttl
ajUStMS), SOILS, CORMfl.
LAIN, UIV'KS, SVKEJ) r.-y.
rnriEsTKrHll"S CO IStOeMbMB CbK-.;o.
Barclay . Bro'ai,
WliiUfalo 1 ' Druggists
r OAXEO,' ILLS.
LE AEW TELEOKAPHY.
Bui befew rolnf elarwherf do so. send for
circulars of N. W. Telegraph Institute, Jauea
vtlle, Wiconia. Kecutuenaeal by 8upt. of
Wastern Union TeWvtaph Co., a the only re-
liable school ia the W'et.
37 Court Flues, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
aat.i KwoaTuI, M liu auo aU) aense.
prmatorriie ana mpovncy,
at U.emall of "S5f.int l jroitih. mkuaI iii-sm tu ns
muf jir, or otht-r omusmst, l4 bfi- io ihmI tht hA-
.roTuohti'i"' lsorii6l ! i-rru-
PHILIS l-ost(i twsi aswrm-
7..iu tu tis m. uonerrnem.
OL.EET. Htrwiiirt. Iircs-nw. Heiui, m Huiur,,
ftiuu r pritati; lt,Mc 4uU-kl rmrtri.
it if rlf-fn ll-ti! th" I'') clu U . MN-ltl atiaa,tlM
Ia a tii fiM ir li ', onsi tmiiliuf iLwtkfauflt abim
Hf , avxjuirv re-al Aill. 11 il lti- ktv klUftlit lact wIV B
r iwaiBKisil frtu. Ut lut Mir, Wlwq It I U.-MSitratti to
vl. ih! !ii fur treaitiiuni, AodUU' wttt ! ui rtvahl
and s-ttoly hy isiailor t-Arwi uB)ir.
Cures untrAuUed la all vasas
Dealer in Fresh Meats
etwees WslnsTV d Oomnieria4
ATetee, e4Uta Hsanny'sw
KEEPS br eats best Beaf. ferk. MJttoa
Veal, Unl, Mauaac, and la pre
pred k err bauUles ia aa aootwUbU nia: tar
ou.uia.iiuu, uaraaMr ar be ItMar fpM ai laeU. 4.
ClMtvi rcu.ua.Xw: and i'a,re.utlUi- MtkO suuH-Uuuui.
Of MS (Mirai, ten) to ujr ,4-lrru. m arrl; ank4, lor livt.r
(-l ousu. HSuuW U r4 tv all. AStreM
tiaiu Suurt Iran li. k.iks V. M. SaaJr. 1 1 e. V
DISPENSARY j wlliVu.""'
Thirty yeureexiprrieiiee In trastiueut gf Saul aiwt
Chreula lUaaaaesut b.,i
aar. Bill a map MMiaMS
A Flakataal Vtaw ef BtarrUa .
r tiie iiarraKl sua laaaa aunteiiiptalii.a ,
iiiuriuat, o Ui. aiyav rtrial o iav.-l. ,
ina aul B eacrat laSiuairaol vauta. I
toe aneata laailiin, )iUa hau)i4 S vyi aaklaf aa
ItT willllieTai K-r-tii.
I PRIVATE V IOICAL TKEATTBS. oa all 41
of a trivata Nature la boili h .u, Ilie.buaeauMl Uia
urdcio jllhuaraual lem, aud thu nieanaol cure. UU(v
uititeiiiiiaviiufki H-iiiuaairaaailorwru. ,
M BDICAi 4DVICI ou Soualarul Chnakt Diteaaea,
S. i.iiual Weukiu-.i, C'.tarrh, Cancer, Rupture, tlui teiui.i
llnuM,c., a M K aurk i'al uuder seal lur III CM. AU ,
taibMkaconiuuiaaSMpacMamlerMlilac wurta f
Suuw.ua un i)m eubreet, aaui ooaraly aaataa in r
eel of 60 ota. AddreM, Dr. BttHs DtSMnsary,
Wo.l2N.tt St.. t lw a.Ma.lEwUMuuml IM, j
n 11 IB I n IT l.maie Uui4'e illuMral,. I
ffjsj ajv simUlve Uttultl on
allllJlli.il X Ul uJ lUwieuoaa of Hi
SW aaai w a w mm mt www Snua i ,v unt, ho a tu rure
all kin of DlteaaM. vitk honored ol naluabia pa, lata,
vao eaould BiarrT.the lu.Dd.nwnuj u marriat. uelr ha.
an uiaiaaM. niuj anpiaiaiaf wir
lura mjA cur. Treau on all Ulianei. lull, aipTalalac sllr
uaiuva. syrnpton.i and roean.io cure ; it ii tbe only raalle
CW utile aurk ttStbe kind eeer auholdied. aad U coainlekt
eeerjr reepei-t, acnl eet-urely lealed oa rweelut ul ev ela.
Addrew, lir. C. A. Boii.nn.m, at 4urta lillS smL
Si i4uis, Mtf. kUeiiutUed iu la,