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Stadias; Matter Every Paar.
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
R4nri.ii $. Ttt.nt.,
rf New York .
TIIOMAH A. HF.nRI.lt,
Haves and WIipoIit 1 not itfl well
Since the publication ot the Tilden and
Tim cliairman ot the Republican slate
committee says that CuIIom lins no in
tention of withdrawing from the Ho-jnibHc-nn
A proI'OMtion to ccntimie the CVnten
nlal exposition uutil the first day of
January, 1S77, ha been voted down by
the Centennial managers nnd the exhi
bition will be closed on the tenth of No
vember. L'ommouorb Vankkrhii.t, who has
been lying very 111 in the city of New
York tor days, is better, ami his family
iM-lievn o will Mirvive his present ill
ness. Vandcrbilt is wortli from fort' to
sixty million? of dull irs.
The croakers are still trying to circu
late the belief that the End' jetties are a
lallure. The latest attempt of the kind
was the letter of Mr. J. A. Hay ward in
the Chicago Times, which the St. Louis
Republican denominate a "tissue of lies."
The New York lit ra Id, Independent,
says of Gov. Tilden's and Gov. llend
riek's letters : "They are discreet and
able documents. If Gov., Tilden's
'triends can inspire the country with be
Mief in his power to carry out his
pledges with out any peril to the
'achievements ot the war Iroin the advent
'of the new party, the desire for a
change is so widespread that his canva?s
'may be a winning one.'
The New York .Vi. Independent,
says of Governor Tilda's letter:
"Gov. Tilden's letter of aceep
'tance is the strongest, clearest,
'ablest, most statesmanlike, most sugges
tiveand most satisfactory political docu
'ment that has been laid before the pub
Mic within a period of time. Gov. llen
'dnck's letter sustains the principal po
sitions ol Tilden, and leads us to believe
'that they are thoroughly in co-operation
'respecting all the great measures ot pub
'lic policy now before the country."
The New ork Earning Post, Re
publican, and supporter of Hayes, says
of Mr. Tilden's letter: "It is an ample
'aud careful document showing that ta
'miHurity wKh lla tsU'.H'Ct which comes ol
'patient study and large experience. The
'ends which Gov. Tilden keeps in view
'will be everywhere agreed to. The dif
ferences will occur upon the means by
which he proposes to secure those
'ends." OX -Mr. Hendricks' letter the
W says : "Governor Hendricks' views
'of civil service are Jut. We may doubt
'whether the Democrats will do whit
'Gov. Hendricks ulvii-d them to do.
'But the advice is not the less souud for
a sew York mi: Dir..
A divorce suit has just been concluded
in New York city in which the husnaud
was a spirit m?dium. His spiritual
work was somewhat dhV-rent from the
ordinary mediums. He claimed that he
could answer, ithout opening them, let
ters sent him through the mail addressed
to deceased persons, and for this he
charged two dol'ars in advance. The
wife of the medium showed a quan
tity of this "correspondence" in
court and a little tea kettle which
she said he used for the purpose of un
sealing the letters sent by the credulous
w riters to the spirits. The correspond
ence was from lathers inquiring whether
their children were happy iu the spirit
laud ; from brothers about sisters ; from
w ives asking their husband how to "go
to work," and several are from daugh
ters relating their trials and cares to de
ceased mothers. Nearly all these credu"
lous people were iu the hope of lieing
mediums, and Inquired how best to be
The following copy of tin explanatory
circular sent by the medium to his cor
respondents was shown :
; i aia controlled iy one
spirit purporting to be my guide, who is
fccribe lor the apiriia, delivering (in his
own nanawniiug) wuat u dicuied to
him by the spirit communicating.
1 ant in a normal (nut trance) state,
but unconscious ot the compo.-iiion.
My baud is moved to write from right
to leu (.backward) iiidejK-iidcnt of my
liy holding the written side up to the
light the answer can be read.
The spirit letter should be securely
sealed, addressed to the spirit, giving his
or her name full, and feigned by the
writer's name iu lull, but no address on
ueu itu mcu mey cannot oe an
swered, my agency bring only etllcieiit
when my iniud is passive and blank to
both qui-ation aud answers.
Put your questions clearly, directly,
briefly. The mixed and many kind dt
leat tne object ot the investigation.
I would advise my correspondents to
register all letter coiitainlii" moiuv.
I have my photograph lor sale exhibit
ing my spirit guide' hand and arm, taken
wnue answering a sealed letter.
Tkhms For spirit letters, il and
three cent postage stamp, l'hotographs
liinperuu size;, utiy cents.
IJTlie medium drove a thriving business
answerlDg "without opening" the spirit
letters sent the deceased relatives. It
was Interfered with by his divorce suit
and having been thrown into durance
vile lor non-payment ot alimony granted
to tils wife, bue stated in court thai,
when released, he would remove to an
other state and enter anew on the work of
deceiving credulous and Ignorant people
TIIK LF.TTKRM OF A rr.PTAXC E.
If any one thing had been necessary to
tho more harmonious union of an nl
ready united Democracy, to excite addi
tional enthusiasm in an already enthusi
astic party, it has been furnished in thelet
ters of acceptance of Mr. Tilden and Mr.
Hendricks, given to the public on last
Saturday. Mr. Tilden's letter is tho let
ter ot a statesman, the product ol ft
mind that graps the political questions
of the hour, weighs their vast impor
tance and whose possessor feels that he
has the ability and the will to handle
them to a successful issue. Mr. Tilden's
understanding of the financial question,
of the cause which have Impeded
resumption of specie payments and his
plan for removing these caunes,arc stated
in terms as plain as they arc vigorous.
He has addressed himself to the common
comprehension of the people, and he
who runs may read. Mr. Tilden's letter,
so far ns it deals with the kindred sub
jects ot taxation, the national finances
and resumption of specie payments, is a
treatise on the money question
alike admirable in soundness of
doctrine, plainness of diction and con
ciseness of expression.
Mr. Tilden's position, and purposes if
elected, in regard to the South, to the es
tablishment of "a cordial fraternity and
good will among Its citizens, whatever
'their race or color, who are now united
in the one destiny of a common selt
'government." will secure the approval
and excite the admiration of every patri
otic citizen In the North and in the South.
Mr. Tilden discusses the question of
civil service reform in an eminently sen
sible and practicable manner. He ex
presses his conviction that no reform can
be made permanent until a constitutional
provision limits the president to one term,
"as through.thi solemnity only can he
'be effectually delivered from his greatest
temptation to misuse the power and pat
ronage at his disposal."
Mr. Hendricks' letter, in Its expres
sion of his opinions on all the sub
jects now agitating the public mind,
is one to which Democrats and patriots
every where may enthusiastically sub
scribe. It has been the aim of the Re
publican press since the St. Louis nomi
nations, to spread the impression that the
candidates were irreconcilably opposed
to each other on the question of specie
resumption. - The letters have put an
end to the further reiteration of.this talsc-
hood. The Democratic candidates are
united in all essential particulars. The
Democratic party is united, and a grand
victor' will crown the candidate and the
part- in November.
tt ARrrRLY iti:vn:w roit jii.y.
The British Quarterly Itrvirw lor July
has been republished by the Leonard
Scott Publishing Co. , 41 Barclay street,
New York. We give a summary of the
I. "The Illyrian Emperors and their
Land." This article, written by Edward
A. Freeman, author of the "Norman
Conquest of England," treats of the
Roman emerors who claimed lllyrla as
their birth-place ; more particularly ol
Diocletian; and his achievements both iu
polity and art. Something is said, also.
in extenuation of his persecution of the
II. "The Uuseen Universe." The line
of argument adopted by the authors of
The Ujseen I'ni verse," seems to be
fairly presented, and the reviewer con
cludes with the hope that the artificial
barriers between science and religion will
eventually be removed.
III. "The Revolution and Catholic
ism." This article takes the political
rather than the theological view of the
question, presents us with the leading
ideas popularly identified with "revolu.
tion," and considers "how far, in case
society is in danger of being destroyed by
the Revolution, Catholicism is in a posi
tion to save it."
IV. "The Independence and integrity
of the Ottoman Empire." Written by
Dr. Landwith, lor twenty-five years a
resident of Kars. I'icturws the wretched
condition of the empire, describes the
seat ot war, and indicates the dilllcult po
sitions of the interested European coun
V. "Drunkenness and Proposed Rem
edies." After some statistics, showing
the rapid increase of drunkenness, and an
exposition of the various plans proposed
for its suppression, the writer expresses
little confidence in any of these measures,
and believes that it will be found most
eflectual to have "the rich and well-to-do
live more among the poor, and set them
an example of self-control, of freedom
from luxury, and superiority to the
temptations ot their own station."
i. "t ycles in Trade." The writer
dees not believe that panics go iu cycles,
and attempts ( enow that the present
period of reaction has its own special
VII. "The PoVvUcaV Career of Mr.
Disraeli." Starting from the year 18:17,
we have a graphic accouut of Disraeli's
changes of opinion, "a cursory view of
his most Interesting apiearances," and
a general estimate of his nowers. The
writer concludes that "it is not easy to
estimate the demoralizing enYcts of Mr.
Disraeli's supremacy, "but finds in it some
consolation to remember that his career
Is likely to remain unique."
"Contemporary Literature"i is as full
and varied as usual.
Gen. James R. Cualmkk's, a promi
nent citizen of Mississippi, made an ad'
dress at a public meeting in Vicksburg last
W eduesday night. During the course of
his speech, Geu. Chalmers said he had
made a speech a few days previous to
the negroes ou ex-Governor Alcorn's
place, and at its conclusion torty-slx col
ored men went forward and enlisted uu
Uer the democratic banner. "He did
'nt believe that the negroes, who were
boru and reared in the South, hated the
white people, and nothing but the lie of
carpet-bau'gers, and the oaths which
'they bad administered to the Ignorant
race, kept them from voting with the
'Democratic party. The intimidation
'used by the carpet-baggers must 6top,
and he hoped that the Democrats rrty
'where would cc to it that the colored
'man should be permitted to cast hi vote
for the men of his choice."
"Free Whlnky nnd Amnenly."
( incinnntl Commercial. 1
The president has conditionally par
doned Adler and Kurst, distillers, of St.
Joseph, Mo., who were convicted ot con
spiracy to defraud the revenue. They
ore to pay their tine of IO,XK) and go
free. The clemency of the executive
ought not he limited. I'nclc Hilly Me
Kcc, Joyce, McDonald and the rest still
languish in penitentiaries nnd jails. No
friend of ltristow is permitted to escape
the presidential wrath; nnd why should
the victims of their unworthy attempt to
enforce the law and collect the revenues
be cruelly conlincd ? "Free whisky and
amnesty" ought to bo the motto ol the
Whfl l Keionlble lorCsritiil?
(Chicago Evening. Telegraph.)
'The Republican party is no longer re
sponsible for Grunt," says Mr. Merdill.
Its policy is set lorin in tne plattonn
adopted at Cincinnati."
'Die national administration merit
commendation tor Its honorable work in
the management ol domestic and foreign
affairs, and president Grant deserves the
continued hearty gratitude of the Ameri
can people tor Ins patriotism and Ins
eminent services in war and peace."
That is the strongest part of the Cin
cinnati platform. It distinctly makes
Itself responsible lor ururif. Jiayes de
clares iu his letter of acceptance that the
platform "is In accord with my view.
Vet the party organs would have us be
lieve that the party is not responsible for
Grant, and that Hayes does not indorse
"President Grant deserves the contin
ued hearty gratitude of the Anieric in
people for his patriotism and his eminent
services in war nnd peace." Is there is
no avowal ot responsibility in tliat!r
What sort of a declaration could be
framed that would contain an assertion
Grant was a butcher in war. and he has
been a blackguard in peace. II is patriot
ism, especially in domestic affair. for
there have been no other has, consisted
in administering the national govern
ment as if he had captured it on a bum
ming expedition in Tennessee. He has
never shown any other notion in relation
to It. He divided it among his relatives
and boon companions; and what was
left was distributed according to the
wishes ot political blackguards who
who were sly enough to handle Grant
through his vanity, his appetites, his
tastes, or his passions, of which avarice is
the first, and a brutal vindictiveness the
second. His patriotism in peace consisted
incite formation of the whisky ring, with
its national hcod-qunrtcrs in tho ante
room of the bite House ; in giving for
eign missions to the murderer and de
bauchee. Sickles, the gambler and specu
lator. Schcnck. the vulgar dead-beat and
drunkard. Butler, and the Ignorant and
boorish brother-in-law, Cramer; in send
ing Shepherd to the senate for confirma
tion a commissioner of the District of
Columbia after the exposure of the dis
trict ring and all its infamies : iu nora
inatine Fisher, who is better adapted for
penitentiary associations, to be dis
trict attorney; in nominating Lan
daulet Williams as chief justice of the
United States after bis ignominious fail
ure and criminal conduct as attorney
general ; in keeping Robeson in the cab
inet in spite of his thctts: in dismissing
Bristow. Jewell, Pratt, Dyer Yaryan,
Clark, Wilson, every otV.eial, high and
low. who in any manner engaged in pu
rifying the government; in insulting the
brave soldier-martyr Custer ; in promot
ing his son over the beads ot maimed
and crippled veterans ; in selecting the
ring politician ot Pennsylvania to be
secretary of war; in giving appoint
ments to vile wretches like Baker of Min
nesota, and Blakely of all over, and the
pets and strikers ol every corrupt scoun
drel in southern polities who could do
anything to sustain Grant Ism.
It was this kind of "patrioti-tn in
peace" that this blackguard president
dealt ; it was this which the Cincinnati
convention indorsed, and it was this
which Hayes says, "coincides with my
Views." And now the party and the or
gans which furnished the Indorsement,
and selected the candidate that indorsed
the indorsement because it coincided with
his views, want to deny that they ure re
sponsible for Grant.
I he Mrlh
l-ciul Dispatch to the Cincinnati Knjuirer
KvA-SsMLLK. Ind Aug. 3. The rei-ij:-nation
ol Orlli was no surprise to the
party leaders litre. .ver sine the re
moval ol tlie Democratic candidates lor
supreme juJ-s the Republican party
managers ot hvansvuie liave been very
determined. Last Saturday about "a
dozen of them held a caucus lure, at
which Colonel John W. Foster was pres
ent, the object being to prepare it pron-st
against Orth's candidacy that would
lorce him either to w ithdraw or as.uro
him southern Indiana would vote solidly
against him at the polls. The iiiectin'g
was the supplement to a meeting held
several evenings ago by a score ot l!c
publicans, headed by Hon. I. 1$,
Kumlcr, the acknowledged leader
cd the party in southern Indiana,
at which it was arranged
that letters should be sent to Orth by
prominent Republicans in dillerenl por
tions ol the state, declaring that he could
not unite the party vote, aud trankly re
questing him to retire. At the meeting
held Saturday, Mr. l'ostcr, I'nited States
minister to ilexico, counseled modera
tion. Jle had oltei witnessed local dls-
satiidaction with nominations, but had
always observe d that as the canvass pio-
Kresfceu every uouy aiiuarea up to tlio
mark, lsui ins colleagues were inexor
ably opposed to Orth, aud the caucus tie
lore adjourning requested Colonel Foster
to visit Latayelte and ropiest m person
the resignation. The knowing ones
here, however, intimate that Foster's
half-hearted opposition in the causus to
the removal ot Orth was only made lor
etl'ect, uud that thirty days ago lie was
notified by Mortou that una must
come oil', and that he declined to do
so alter having thrown up
his position as minister to Austria.
and that it was proposed by Morton and
agreed to by Foter that he should come
home and run lor governor, and gne
Orth ids place as minister to Mexico.
The fact that the Orth who has hereto
fore obstinately refused to resign, scut in
Ids surrender while Foster was interview
ing him at Lafayette, aud that Foi-ter
having secured a' copy ol Orth's letter,
gave it to the press the day before Orth
was to explain Ids connection with the
Venezuelan affair In Indianapolis, to
gether with the fact that Foster went di
rect Iroin Lafayette to Washington, and
that Morton's most tru.-ted friends in
Indianapolis are openly declaring that
Foster will be Orth's successor, justilics
me in asserting that Foster will be nom
inated for governor bv the state central
committee, and that "Orth will be ap
pointed niiulstsr to Mexico. General
James C. Vcatch, the collector of
internal revenue, is a member ot the
committee from this district. He is a
creature of Morton, as is almost every
other member of the state central com
mittee, but he isuow abseut at Rock port,
and may not hear of tho rail for an extra
meeting of the committee until too late.
The Kumlcr fiction, therefore, took it
upon themsilves to send Colonel Charles
Butterilcld n proxy, who goes instructed
to vote for Ben Harrison. 1 have good
nuthority for saving, however, that
Vcatch will return In time to take the
morning iraln. and will be nt the meeting
in time to cpres the will of Morton,
which I think is that Foster should be
nominated. Foshr is no speaker, and.
like many of the Republicans who have
sought refuge from current political
strife, made a record before he was called
to occupy hi present position, which,
In tho event or his nomination, will be
placed upon the world's bulletin-boards
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Ile'jjatitis or Liver Complaint,
LVsI'tl'sIA AND SICK HEADACHE.
Symptoms of a Diseased Liver,
in the right side, tinder the
edge of the ribs, increases on pres
sure ; sometimes the pain is in the left
bide ; the patient is rarely able to lie
on the left side ; sometimes the pain
is felt under the shoulder-blade, and
it frequently extends to the top of
the shoulder, and is sometimes mis
taken for a rheumatism in the arm.
The stomach is afiei ted w ith loss of
appetite and sii kness; the bowels in
general are costive, sometimes alter
native with lax ; the head is troubled
with pain, at rompanit d with a dull,
heavy sensation in the bark part.
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ofinemory,accoinpanicd with a pain
ful sensation of having left undone
something which ought to have been
done. A slight, dry tough is some
limes an attendant, j '1 he patient
om plains of weariness and debility ;
he is easily startled, his feet are told
or burning, and he complains of a
pri kly sensation of the skin; his
spirits are low; and although he is
satisfied that exercise would be bene
fie ial to him, yet he tan scarcely
summon up fortitude enough to try
it. In fact, he distrusts every rem
edy. Several of the above symp
toms attend the disease, but cases
have occurred when? few of tln-m v.
isled, yet examination of the body,
after death, lias shown the l.ivt k to
have been extensively deranged.
At; UK AND FLYER.
Dk. (.:. MVLank's Livkr Tills,
IN CASKS OF ACCK AM J' LVFR, whell
taken with Quinine, are productive,
of the most happy results. No better
cathartic an be used, preparatory
to, or after taking Quinine. We
would advise all who are afflicted
with this disease to give them A
J'AIK 1 RIAL,
Lor all llilious derangements, and
as a simple purgative, they are un
cqualed. HKWAHK HP IMITATIONS.-
The genuine Dk. C. M. Lane's
Livkr Pills are never sugar coated.
Lvery lox has a red w ax seal on
the lid, with the impression Dk.
MVLank's Livkr Pills.
The genuine MVLane' Livfr
Piils bear the signatures of C.
M. Lan k and I'i.lmim; Pkos. on the
fny Insist on your druggist or
storekeeper giving you the genuine
Dr. C. MVLank's Livkr Pu is, pre
pared by Fleming Pros., Pittsburgh,
Sold by all resectable druggists
and country storekeepers generally.
To ihjk. wiklmig g giv. Pa. C. M' l.AHi'a
I-Jvaa I'll li a iri-l, we a,l mailfiott p.iii la any
ri ,4 Hi. I'niieJ Sutc, uua bua uf 1'illa fur
twenty live crnu
KltMING UROS., I'iiuluuh, P
SIXTH STREET, Between OIIIO
LEVEE AND COMMERCIAL
Manufacture hla own 'Bonn Bhoa nd
can Assure Good Work.
a PATRONAGE SOLICITED
St. Charles Hotol,
PRICES REDUCED TO HIT THE TIMES
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Room and Board. 3d Floor 2.00 Per Cay
Special Rates by Week or Month.
A llitilbM niiiiilM T of rrry ilrirnl)le IKimly
Mmiiiis can ! cei'iirwl at n aaoiiaMa rali s lor tlif
Miiiniivr montliM .
'I In- St. Clinrles i.i tlie lnrpl un l Ih t anioint
im IIoiii. In Koiithrni lllimiln, anl I tli. Ini'lina
holt I in (airo. .NutwtiliataiiiluiK the " lli'l
l'n k" r-iliictiin in jirii-ex, thr table will, uu
usual, U- lila-rally kii.l Willi tl,Mry ba-.t
of t r tiling Unit ran Im- luiiml iu iiiarki t.
I- in.' lurf -uiiihle nioniK fur mmini-rcial tmv-
t-liTN, cm KPiiiinI llimr, fnt'of cliariff
I r. il iMUfiuirui Ktiviin convey wl to ami lruin
tlio biiU l williout rliarff.
l'AI T A SI OIIJH.
Blake & Go.
B. F. PARKER.
?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
r"all Paper, Window OlasB, Win
dow Shades, &c.
4.1wayi on hand, the cclcbratl illiiiuinatiDg
Corner Elsyenth Street and Washing
(HOW DA SHINE
A GREAT DISCOVERY !
Ify the use nt' w hich every family may jrive
their Linen Hut brilliant polish i uliai-1 line
laundry work. Savin timeanil labor in lrom
inn, more tlian it entire ront. Warranted.
Bold By Drugging and Oroctrt Ererywher
ASK KOIt IlOUltlNS.
BOBBINS, BROS, tt CO., 13 N. 4th St,
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washington nd Commercial
Avenaes, adjoin In ir Hanny's.
KKKI'S for aale the beM Ha t, Turk, Mutton
V al, Ijtiiib, Saiiai?e, 4,. and ta lira
ir.ail U erve lamiliea in an avi.Ulila mr -ir
it., ... 1 .T
Chrcmo Diea. .ufl...i:, x. . " v" " "
JMJU . " i 11 V.lOlOLMCfcl Viutu I.T U.mi.
l"r tl.i'iii.rrii-U m.a lh,w i'uiiui,.,:atu.tf
inkrriBtfv, ou thv iiiy.t, nr.,,! n-pruduri.
I uu, .ud ui,.uuli..Kl An I .l(Urtnl Un,k ..I aioiM. ,!
a- v. ..-ut nn. r , u1 for ftoc ',.
A TBIVATE MEDICAL THEATI9E on .11 l-tm,
of i Private Nature in bulli nr., U i,h axl tli,.
crl, faultily g.tu.1 .v.tfin, ai,l ,,e inaji ut cure. Uuuwm
" J.'' "i""v"ir . Miluml, r M-allorU, u.
three look. c.i,i.,n,n4jjOp.aaiid.vrti,ii,Kni,
iiuin on il,e.i.b;-t. aeut ac-uurely aealrd on ra
L"'L''2.0wCi.A'.l',r,'" aD,-BuM' DiPary.
Ho 12 N. Bth ., St. touii, Mo. tK.ih.i,.q im;.
Junction of Broadway, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY,
Three ltloika vi-t of Cirand Central Depot
near the Kkivaiol Unllroud, uud hut twen
ty iniiaue-. lioin Wall blreet. AW uioJtru
improvements. Itatta ii jicr day. Lib
eral terms to f;iinulie.
CHAS. E. LELAND, Proprietor
Of lleltxan Uuu.', Albany, N. ., anj
Clurcinloii liutel, furatoi;a. 7-7-U.iiu.
WIIKUKAS Tbuiiiao Hullivan, by hU .irtaiii
.ale ti,oi lut.', duly exaeilted, delivered
ami reconieil, iu liie reoonler'aouliveof Alexan
der county, Staia of Illinois, in Hook ",,"
I'ajie JjJ, iid t'onvey to tlie uiulerxiirued Inaau
V alder, (w liii'h .aid luortKaKe beara date the
fii-t (Ut) day of N'ovemlier, A. 11., In..), the.
follow Iiik ileiicrtbetl real eolale, liii(r and lie
intr in the idly of l.aiio, couniy ol Aiaxander,
and Mate of lllilioiH, to-wit: Lot numbered
thirly-tiKbt (:im, in block numbered arty-tour
( '0 , fo aeeure the iayment of bin certain prom
ia.oiy note beariuK even dale with aaidiuort
aave, lor the suiu of sixty ou-lou ilollara, Willi
uueret.1 at the rate of ten er eent . icr annum
from date, uutil paid. And whereua, the aaid
lliomua sullivau having made default in the
payment of the money o aeeured tube paid a
aloreaaid; How, tin fore, 1, the uude raitfiied
uorta'attee aforesaid, under and virtue of the
luorlfc-aKe aloreaaid, hen by give notie that 1
will, ou e-aiurday, the l'.'lh day ot Auguat, al
the hour ol io'rl.Mi.D, ni , A. It.. lS7i, sell at
public vendue to the highent bidder for caah,
at the front Joor of the court houae. iu the city
of Cairo, count v of Alexander and htataof 1111
uoia. the real eatate ao couveyed to him by the
aid murlgagor. 'lerma of aale Caah in hand.
lSAAi: WAI.l'tK, Morttajree.
fairo, Ills., July loth. Iff,. 7-is-dld.
111 n 1
WII.I, Or KKII
la all 1 hi . r )t)iiinei,
Ooinmencinir May 1st. 1876.
Rich Black Silks
'I be Moid Celebrated I.vonn lxM,m,
At l UU Ke.lu.1 from l AO,
At NI no Keduad irom HI 7,
At HI 7.1 Ke.hl.-ed lrom UU,
At N lkeiliuf.1 from 'J 50,
Plain u d 7aUj Si.
At - l!edur. fVotu 91 It,
At tl OO liluned Irom HI 1.1,
At Ml UK deduced from 91 ao,
At l SO IUnluur.1 from l SO
mm KG7ZLTIE3 IK III 6.0SS
in lamel'a Hair. CherioK, and lmaee, lie-duce-1
to T',, -tl, ) renta f I, from 11 il'.,
I ', tl T" and t- ""
Popular Dress Goods
In New and ra.-hinah1e r'alrir and I olorn, ol
f red at
12c Kedueed from !;
Ic Re. 1 until fnn 2."ket
Jfic IUslucel fniin SOcj
2.1e Meduccd from 7c:
3c, former price 50c to ac.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At t-, W and ti2S, formerly Sobt at
ii and o.
Black and Ss&rlet Stella Shawls
At $)' sad $
Keiluced from and ',
urn, OTTom&aSsiuso mm
Atjfl lot'.- Ueduivd lrolllt tn-.
Ladies' and Misses' Suits,
The lateat Paria Htylea from IU t'livarU, em
bracing theVhoicent noveltlea at
ENOltMol'S KRUl tTlONS.
Ladies' and Childrena Underwear
An ImmeiiM! Stock of Mutt Iteaiitiful and
It M.I A RLE lilKlilH
All at Very Creat Iteduclion.
I.iulios, hildrcfi's hikI (it'iitleiiieti'
1 he lieat Fnglii-h. French and tier man (i.todi,
All Marker atljwent l'o.-ll.le I'ricen,
Are thoroughly stocked with the beat
oodM, ut the lowest package prii-ea. beau
tiful American prints ut 5c. and Cc. per
fard; atandurd 4 4 bleached goods at loo;
.nnfdulB aUirtiDKH ut luc; New York
Mills, 12)0.; and b-i hheetiuga at l'JJo.
table m mi mm
In till the Various Grades, atBarguina.
(Which we keep at the (Irand Street ator
only), we are ottering Knitliab and Ameri
can tapestries at $1, former price 1 1o;
body liruaaela at 1 W, former price ! ho;
all-wool lnraln at "0o.f former price. lM)c;
three ply iu?raina at 1 'U, loriner price,
l 60; oil-clotua at adc. to 70c ; fornver
prices, 50o. to eTc.
Samples of goods, and cutaloguea of 1
diea' and inieacV sulfa and mualin under,
wear, and infanta' outfits .sent tree of cbuire
to all sections of the I ntted Mates.
Uulus lor aulf-iueasureinent aent on appli
es t' on to all P""ts of the country.
Orders for goods of all kinds will be care
fully attendsd to, and the goods packed
and lor warded without charge, jauo-witin
Broadway and Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Sts., N. Y.