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NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
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The president lias nwiviJ the tV.
tn; congratulatory letter from Hi lij
csty the King of Italy, ou U.o ixvai'.:i o-j
the centennial celebration :
Victor Knimanti.it II. !' the jrrtiv ot
(lei an J the will of Itio nation Kin,; ol
Italy, to the Freshlent ot the I u.it J.
States ot Atnerie.1. grectinjf.
.lv I)K.n and Hoop lim:i:
On thedny upon which the great Amer
ican Ilepnhlic celebrates tlie c iitennul
anniversary ot it existence. It Is o r i!e
sirc to address our congratulation aiul
those of our people to you personally,
ami to the uuiion over which you preule,
and which with udmiruhie ability jon
lmvc Micceeilctl in directing to its noble
destiny. Neither tlie distance wliieh M'p
nrates u nor any ditl'.renre ot race w ill
ever weaken in us an t in osir jvoplo
that linn friendship which unites ns
with the brave American nation with
which for a hundred years Italy ha h i 1
relations productive of mutual esteem.
U'e are inclined to convey to yon these
sentiments so much the more readily fr
the purpose of the more worthily cele
brating the memorable day by the mon
ster exhibition at Philadelphia, t ) which
you were pleased to invite all the nation?
f the earth.
Accept the assurances of our liijln t
esteem and triendhip, together with the
prayers which we oiler to God that II"
may have you. my very dear Irion 1. in
ill holy keeping.
iiveii at Home on the 11th of .lur.c.
WO-.. .Your good friend.
Victor Emm am ki .
Xol Quit Idiots.
The New York AW ion, independent in
politics, takes ofl the extremely loyal
llepublicaug who attribute all misfor
tunes to the ex-rebels ot the Nuth in
this style :
'Many comic things occur lit a nomi
nating convention, but probably noth
ing so comic occurred at (. Cincinnati as
the uproarious appearance which
greeted Senator Logau's announcement
that the late exposures of corruption at
Washington were the commencement of
a "revolution" by the ex-rebels, consist,
ing in the atsassiuation of the private
character ot evcrv leading Republican in
the land." We noticed that Mr.
ISiainc was disposed to take the same
view of the matter in his defense
m thu house of representatives,
and seemed to maintain that the presence
ol "two rebel generals" on the sub-committee
had some mysterious connection
w ith the existence of his own letters to
Mr. Fisher, and with his operations in
Little Uock and Fort Smith and Northern
Pacific stock and bonds. Now, all this
mny be most excellent fooling: but it is
still fooling. The people or the United
State may be occasionally simple
minded, but they are not idiots, and it
would take an enormous nmount of elo
quence to persuade them that it was the
rebelr," who eot Mr. Hlaine into his
railroad operations, or Mr. Belknap into
his post-trader business, or Mr. Robeson
Into his Cattell relation, or Rabcock into
his whisky dealings or safe burglaries,
or put McDonald into oflice, or got up
the Sanborn business, or hired Jayne.
The rebels" must laugh consumedly
when they bear that they are at the bot
tom ot the various "investments' of our
l rel Uraut Nnfe.
Tlie St. Joseph Oazettt discovers that
Fred Grant is a lieutenant of the Seventh
r ivalry, but though hundreds of the he
roes of that noble regiment fell on the
banks of the Little Horn, the country
can rejoice that Fred is safe. Three of
bis Vet Point el issmates already fill
soldiers' graves, but from the first mo
ment when Fred began to draw pay as
an ofliccr of that regiment,
he has been a stranger to its
ranks. His uncle Orville and hi
fond father were unwilling to trust him
w ithin range ol the superior arms w ith
which they knew the traders of the In
dian ring were supplying the savages.
So they gave him a binecure position on
Sheridau's stall, with the rank and pay of
a Lieutenant Colonel, and left the actual
lighting to such unconsidered trash as
( uter, while Freddy went abroad in a
government vessel with General Sher
man as hi private tutor, or loafed
around the white hou at tho public
expense. If Freddy had been with tho
seventh, it would not have boon sent
with cavalry carbines to attack 4.000
Sioux warriors, armed with the finest
long ranjre rules, and Cu-ter and his
dead braves would have been living yet.
Rut lut withstanding Lieutenant Fred
has seen no service whatever and has
remained at Washington, engaged part
of the time as a member ot the'bunkiti"
house of Hiermau & Grant, we have the
announcement now that his name has
been sent in for promotion to first lieu
tenant to till one or Ue vacancies caue,
by the loss in action at Little Horn liver.
There are about thirty second lieutenants
on the list w ho are "Fred's seniors. Thi
is Gruntisin to the letter.
I tlC HalUbuuI Vrltnu ..
A sadder tragedy than the battle of
1. rin ir l.l.i.wl i- ,. : i. . i ... i :
- . --.. i. w ?auw4ivu wjiii mi: iimiorv
f Brooklyn bubseijuui: to that event "a
tragedy ot many year duiatiou. It is
the tragedy ol the Wullabout prison
ships, related to the revolutionary w ar as
the prison-pen of Libby and Anderson,
villc to the late civil war. On the 20th
of October, 1770, the W hitbv, a large
transport, anchored in the Wallabout,
and was oou tilled with prisoners.
1 rom year to year, as the war dragged
on, mauy other .hips were detailed lor
the same purpose, and their names,
Stroi.iboli, Scorpion, Hunter, Falmouth,
.vhe dt, ana Clyde, became synonvms
lor all the horrors that conflnemeutaiid
had air, bad w ater, scanty and poor pro
visions could accumulate on the devoted
head of the unfortunate prisoners. The
old Jersey, olteuer called "the hill," be
came in later time the type and mion viu
ot the whole fearful compauv of hulks,
of which she was the largest, and
on that account, if on no other, the
most horrible. More tiiau a thouaaud
prisoners were Mimetime living, or
rather dying, on board her at a time.
1 he suflermifs of these pmoners were no
more terrible than tbi.r courage w
jimp le and ub ime. When death had
terminated their sufleringi. they were
buriad in the light sandy soil around the
baslo. in inch slullow grave, that the
storms and tides kk, brought their
KkdetoiM to light. The uu bleached
them au I tin wave hnUcxl tliem I Mint
until 10S, when oiue nt flieni
were gatlnTtnl up and plttool. with not
bomba-itie and ridiculon vrrmonlo it
must W allowed, in a quer stnicture
tic.ir the tisvy-yird. bndt n a tomb and
monument by "the Taiuuiany society of
New York. "Tbi trncture goimt to de
cay, utter a g xxl deal of agitation an ct
of tlie Mate IcgUlatttiv wa itooiiiwI ap
rropruMr! t. build upon Fort
vircvue louib, which it is hopel, will
oce day l sunnounttvl by a
tu-'Duaitit. Within this hanl
ont tomb the prwroti bone now rest
lfm vl their wandering ttuonir them.
itieiisy to believe, the lone ct unity
patriot hose living feit onet trod the
v!:av where bw he lies m1 who tnt
forth frvni tt to buttle. one retuljTviit
Aui,jt tnomir", f'til of tiiah hope and
fsirf expectation. Krotn The Ivittle
of p li'athl," by John W. ChaJwioW.
iv. 1: i -. . . V r M r t' for A Ujfust.
h ititi. -lip t Wr l Hlhii.
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AlBtvT. July 11, 17.
;ni evfxrte--! here tht the commit-
t artviute-.l to nt:fy Gov. Tilden of
11 no-uiiif.i mi woui.1 arrive thU cren
inggteiiit viih thit in the moruir.g
the governor teU-'rapUc-d tt New ork
that be woull rtvviv? tr;er.i at his risi
deitce ic. Gruuiu rcy P.irk. The d. -pitch
by some mischance did no: rli its K
tination tt'.l afttr 2 o'cI.vk In the afrvr
in.Kin, a:).l the comuiitt.-e lu.l alrvady de
teriuined to U.we lor Albany ty thehilf
past tl.rie tr..in. Ihe govtrnor" noti
fication altered their mind, and the re
suit i? that the iMnooratie club that in
tended to serenade the gentlemen and
have a good time had to hang up their
fiddle and bow for another occasion.
Governor Tilden left for New York by
the twenty minutes to three train w ith
the purpose of meeting tlu cotntuittee at
iiisoAii house, at nine o clock, not as
the governor ot the State of New York,
b'.it as Samuel J. Tilden, a plain and un
varnished citizen ot the state.
Disappointed at not seeing His Excel
lency I made a call on Lieutenant Gover
nor Dorslieimer, who rendered such gal
lant service at St. Louis in behalf of the
Democratic ticket. 1 asKed him what
he thought of the prospect and he fairly
overflowed w ith enthusiasm, as he spoke
ot tlie situation. The table at Lis elbow
was loaded dow n with correspondence,
from all parts of the country, breathing a
fervent spirit ot loyalty ta the ticket nom
inated at St. Louis. "I ruessed," said
he, "within two of the vote Tilden would
get at St. Louis on the first ballot; 1
guessed"! Hi and he got 404 ; and now I
may be allowed to prophesy that he will
carry the Union with about as
clean a sweep as Grant carried
the country after his first
nomination. The Republicans, he con
tinned, intend to confine the struggle to
Ohio, Indiana and New York, but we
purpose to carry out the fiirht alone the
whole line. We shall attack them in their
strongest stronghold, from Maine to Min
nesota, ours will be an ajgressive war
fare, with no quarter given or taken. In
this State we shall have some of the best
men in the Democratic ranks on the
stump. Seymour will be foremost
in the van. and many distinjiiihcd South
ern speakers may be expected. I mvself
hare had a hundred invitations from" the
West to ro out among them and speak,
but I shall not be everywhere at once.
THE CKRMAX VOTK.
Governor Tilden Is overwhelmed with
letters announcing support of citizens in
various parts of the country of manv
various classes. The Germans are decid
ed in his favor, as may be inferred from
tho fact that several German Republican
papers in the Northwest have pronounced
lor him, and as for the Democratic Ger
mans they are all of one mind in his be
half. I UK l'LATl OHM,
"Are you satisfied w ith the platform?"
"Perfectlv," said he. "There Is not a
word in it that can be mimnderstood. It
is tlie plainest worded platform that was
ever written; so plain that he who runs
may read. The finance plank is out
spoken and sincere, while that of the Re
publicans is treacherous and misleading.
We say that you can't fix a day for re
sumption without the Institution of
measures to resume. The Republican
claptrap about resuming specie payment
on a certain day, while no single
thing wiis done to assure the
people that such resumption was
possible, has proved of incalculable
damage to the country. Let us do as
France has done in inaugurating a finan
cial policy that leads up to resumption,
and w hen the end can be plainly seen,
then tlx the day. On this as on ail other
issues ot tho day, the platform is clear
and imperative. On the platform we
shall carry the war into Africa, and the
signs nil around convince me that the
enemy even at this earlv stage already
begins to weaken. The" Democrats are
organizing all over the land, and when
this heated term is passed w o shall take
the field with tlie confidence of victory.
At tliis point we aic in a condition to
feel tlie popular pulse as a vast volume
ot correspondence pours in upon us and
r nm uircauy assured oi a considerable
Till: COMIMi MAN.
From all the foregoing you may judge
there is a very confident feeling here at
headquarters that "I'ncle Sauiuiv" is tlie
riie llei.ublirau Presidential audi
UhM HurruM. n Unllli.ul
miiU tall it tiia Ohu.
(Chicago Times, II)
There has been some astonishment ex
hibited over that phase of l;,Vcs' iultt.r
ol acceptance in w hich he boldly dispute,
the maxim ol political brigandage that
to the victors belong tlie spoil." This
astonishment has reference mainly as to
w here he got his ideas. His partisans, of
course, regard his position as an original
one, and assert that it was a new depar
hire evolved from his true inwardness.
Hisoppouenls donot believe him capa
ble o( originating such ideas, and are
wondering where he stole his thuuder
Some ol them attribute bis "manly utter
ances to Schurz, and others again find
their origin in other directions.
i lie 7W can settle this vexata oueitio.
All that portion of Hayes' letter ol Wi
tance which relers to civil-service reform
originated in Chicago. Directly Ju the
re Chicago and Cook county both ran a
tire-proof ticket. At the head of the for
mer was the Hon. Joseph Medill, whose
fire-proof qualities proved to te.To
inflammable tinder, which took fire ai d
Hild,r Wnancial e"fl"Kitlon thai
did more damage to the municipality than
V'8?1,11 of the PrewKllngOctoUT
sioners at the same time, was Gen. Julius
bite. In his address upon taklnir his
seat the chairman said: .heniim'
that 'to the ictors belong the spoils
as applied to official position, and
ollleUI duty, is one of unmitigated atroc
ity. Although It mny be clalm.-d that tie)
expression w ned figuratively by its
author, it is very certain that the princi
ples has been applied practically, and thnt
the demoralization of political parlies
during the last forty years of our history
is largely attributable to this fact, as dis
graceful as it is dangerous to the future
of our country. Men have been elevated
to positions for w hicli they are wholly un
fit, either morally or Intellectually, In
consideration of met party service ren
dered or expected. There are
no spoils of Pttlce unless the otUclnl Is
w ilting to become a robber. No constit
uency elects men to judiciary positions
expevting to be robbed."
Here we have.'iu a Chicago utterance
made in November, 1971, the exact ideas
and almost the language of Hnyes' letter
In regard to the disposition of ollicc. nnd
the contradiction ot that seandiilou
hereby that plunder Is the rightful re
ward of party success. Substantially the
uuie ideas appeared later in a guberna
torial inaugural delivered In Kentucky.
It is quite possible that Mr. Hayes
adorned his political sernplHiok with the
enunciations of Gen. White, or as they
were latter used in the Keutuckv inaug
ural, and that extract thus scissored and
pasted by him has just done duty in his
tetter ol acveptanc.
I he origin of this new doctrine is not
especially of account, except as going to
show that one ot the phase of Hayes"
letter, over which his .admirers, and pre
leiidtd admirers, are gushing with ad
miration, is not id" his evolving, but un
mistakably a stolen or borrowed with
out credit" enunciation. The real ques
tion w hioh concerns people is a to his
sincerity, as to his willingness to apply
these principles, if elected. There is no
reason w hatever for supposing that Mr.
Hives intends it as anything more than
a glittering generality"" to be used only
tillthe c!ose ot tlie "presidential cam
pilgn. Indeed, were it to be
sincerely believed that be really
means w' hat lie says ; and that he would
give it practical effect, it elected, there
would be a stampede from his following
that would not leave him even a color
guard. Nothing holds the Republican
party together to-day, except tlie "cohe
sion "of public plunder." If it ever had
a mission, it was long ago achieved ; nnd
now clings together, and remains a
party solely for the sake of oftice-getthig.
Convince its leaders that the spoils do
not belons to the victors, as Mr. Hayes
really understands It. and proposes to
have it, in case he be elected, and every
one of them would turn tail on him in a
twinkling, and beg to offer their services
to the opposition.
Aiitl Uill Knn for t'onareaa in tlie
tilth Lnniatllle DHIrlef.
To my liieuUa iu (be i'iub i). strict ;
Gi'.MLi.MK.v The melancholv circttm
stance to which 1 aui indebted lor your
communication, coupled w itu the distres
ing domestic bereavement we have so
lately wituessed, diminishes the satislac
tlon and pleasure which a better man
than I might reasonably entertain upon
an occasiou made by your generosity so
flattering and so honorable. I am op
pressed by conflicting emotions
as to what is fittest to be done
with respect to your interests aud my
duty. I lie holding of otflce lias never
entered into any scheme or plan of life
hitherto contemplated by me; and yet I
know of no reason applying to myself
more than to my ncighbois why the con
fidence and partiality you are good
enough to express should not have their
peculiar value, aud, having such value,
why 1 should renounce them.
The esf.-em of one's fellow citizens is
not merely t be counted above all price,
but is at once a guarantee against ui just
assaults and an answer to calumny.
In this character, your suggestion is
mo-t gratful to me. and. as much as I
di. trust my capacity to represent you
adequately in the Congress of the United
States, I am deeply touched by it. I
shall take the liberty of believing that it
recognizes a certain" claim I have upon
your private regard, rather than any
ability for public service which you be
lieve me to possess. This would alone
jiistily me in promptly accepting the
trust you propose. 1 do this tlie more
readily, however, because, w ithin the last
two weeks I have had the opportunity
to give some proof of disinteresU dne-s
in refusing to allow my name to
be used as an aspirant for the
regular congressional term, for which it
Is also your business to name a candidate.
The lamentable event which makes an
immediate vacancy in .the representation
has preseiited the question of standing
for the unexpired term in a new light,
nnd it a majority of my neighbors and
friends are of your mind as to that, 1
shall be as thankful for their support as
though they conferred lite-long honors
upon me, aud shall, as far as able, exe
cute faithfully the interest cojimitted to
As my opinions upon all public ques
tions are well known to you, I need not
recite them here. It will afloi d me pleas
ure, however, to meet my fellow-citizens
at some time and place to be named here
after, although it is my desire to make
no personal displays, but to continue
closely at my present post of duty until
the great battle for honest government
in which we are engaged has been fought
auu won. Uh great respect,
Louisville. July 12, ls7C.
'I be Itlver aud Harbor Appropriation
Itlll-t.rHnt to Urlilow-Ihe Hitter
flill-Hir ReniiiilioM liiestlttii.
Washington, July 13. The seriate has
jei io aci ou rue river and harbor bill
j,. , j-wjv va uj i ui; Clll"
mittee on Appropriations of that body
iui ?4Mi,ovj), auu, uy tue auiiitiou
of a few items aud Increase ot others, add
13,(xi0, a reduction ot $9 50 from tho
amount in the bill as It passed the house.
in n t.sii.fcM 1( fcX-sKCHKTAKV uilli
vti.va v uo Pllll JUSHT
day to ex-Sccrcary BrUtow by the prcsi-
Kr.CL' 1 IVK Miitnv Vi4irivirk. i.
I ., July 12, l7G.-Hon. li. H. Uri.tow :
; cm Aiirougu the press 1 learn
tliat the committeH i iiii.r.,j i
gating whisky frauds have summoned
'7 nuess, ami mat you, with pro
I'rlety. as 1 thin, have declined to testilv.
claiming that what occurs in cabinet, or
between a member of the cabinet and
the executive, officially, is privi
lesred. and tlir a ..,..,...!.... .('""
" vviiuuiunr oi COIl-
gress have no right to demand answers.
I appreciate the position you have as
sumed Oil this fiili .tl..ii I. ii, ...... it
was iu relieve
you from all obilgatiou of secrecy on this
.w.. unim ijui ouiy mat you
may answer all questions asked relating
10 IU but u-Uh nil . e a.-r
net and tx-meinbersofthe cabinet since
I have been president may also be called
matters. W Uh great respect, your obe-
I ,S. lilllVf
THK BlLVtK COIN Ul.l.
The housA mnf.MnA. b.. . .,
t :- ivi.iu on lie
silver coin bill was presented. It omiu
all allusion to the silver dollar, and to
make U legal tender. Landers, one of
the lioue conference. opced that Phi t
of tlie report.
1 1I K HKSI MITION iJl'I STMN.
Thfi Hanking nnd Currency Committee,
tills forenoon, postponed nctlou upon
the specie resumption question until next
Monday. The lemocrats of the com
mute have ngreed to propose nnd pass
through the committee a bill repenllng
the present resumption net, but nt the
same time provide some as yet undeter
mined method ol preparing the trensnry
and country for resumption.
The rhlloanphy of It.
Vmiii the t iuciniinti Kniiiin r.
The tact that Mr. Tyner, the new post-inaster-gemiral.
was a most active inilu
ential laborer for Hayes in the Cincin
nati rnnventinn makes it apparent that
the recent cabinet chmires were in Ihe
Interest of Hayes, nnd were intended to
be. They were designed to perpetuate
Mr. HlMliie'a Cimilitioii.
Afiii-STA. Me., July Mr. Hlninc.
owing to the excessive heat of a few
days, has not improved. The ellect ol
the heat on Mr. Itlaiue's condition fully
confirmed his physicians in the belief that
the original trouble was ot the nature ol
sunstroke. The tonu' effect of salt air is
strongly commended by his physicians,
audit Mr. lilaiue's s'rciitli would bear
it he would urg? a se.a voyage. The
most he hopes for within the next week
is to get him removed to the coast, some
forty miles distant.
ninltiatiou in lllliiitm.
s.cml to IhrSt. l.ouis Tiiur.
W'ArKKLon.Jiily 13. The Forty-eighth
Senatorial District Convention lit I'eiry.
K'andolph county, to-il.iy, nominated
Ambrose ILetier. ot Waterloo, for s,.,u
tor; also John Boyd, of rincknevville.
for representative: S. 1. Mace, of Ran
dolph county, nl-o for icprcsentative.
The Tilden and Hendricks ticket was en
t lee-treilrnt llemlrirlis About.
Schenfctadv. July 13. Governor
Hendricks arrived last night, and li ft this
morning for Saratoga, where lie will
meet Gov. Tilden.
Sar.uooa. July 13. Gov. Hendricks
was waited upon at tnc Grand Union to
day by Major O'Connor, of Tennessee,
who presented him the formal notifica
tion of his nomination. Gov. Hendricks
said he would reply in a few days. It is
iindcn-tood he will accept.
TaimiiHiiy Hall in l.iii.
Ntw Yoi;k, July 13. The Tammany
Hall general committee met to-day, Au
gustus presiding, and a most lively time
ensued. 1'iility resolutions were read
endorsing the nomination ol Tilden uinl
Hendricks as mo-t tittinz and proper,
nnd, alter iliscu-slcn adopted. John
Kelley, made a speech asking that every
thing be forgotten txecpt the common
On the evening of the Fourth a party
assembled at the residence of Evan C.
Johnson, in South lind, Ind., for the
purpose of taking a Centennial drink of
lemonade from a glass which has been in
the possession of tlie family tor 1(X years.
It originally belonged to I'eter i.-.rkcr,
who raided iu i'enn-ylvania near Phila
delphia, who many years ago gave it to
his nephew, I'eter Johnson, and who in
turn gave it to his son I'eter. The glass
is tumbler shaped, with a fancy design
cut on its side, leaving the cutting rough
to the touch. It is 7J inches in height,
and 6J inches acioss the top, and will
hold about two qturts. The legend
which attaches to its history makes it a
toast-glass, having licen used for that
purpose at the promulgation of the Fe
clarution of Imliendenee. and after the
battle of lirand;wine.
Tlie lalfMt, krealesl. an. I ne.. iflinlile
rt-riifly ever ml t.ieiliir !- lut-Urn I xrit-ncr,
Tor if liniii'utiMi, Wounds, Swelling-, Huiin,
C:ikc-'l linti-l, , is ihe ( -nliir l.inimeiil.
There are t0 kin.N WliHt tlie White f.iiiiii.i nt
is fur the Immxii iKinily, ilia Yellow I entnur
I.inllntlif i fi.i MMie--t, litmr iiml Htritiiu-.
hurw and uminal.-. mnj-.''.- I it
f'hildreit I rj fur uatoriM. ll i-
1l-:iant to tuke as lioiuy, uml in nli-wluie
mniileiiit. It it miro to I worniK, cuiv win
Colic, regulate tlie hovels hihI stoiiiHch. an
cvercoiu irritaliilit y ci seil by rnnii or eiittin
Iwth. II iM a iierfirl Milntitutc lor I'a-itor Oil
ami for Co-tiv nen in rounir or old there i
nolhins; in exi-li tuv soelkclivi- anl reliuhle.
0 'CALLAHAN & HALL,
Roofing and Guttoring a Specialty
Slate Roofiing t Specialty in
any part of Southorn Illinois.
Lightning Bods, rumps, Stoves
Jobbing PromPtlr Don.
KS7S70KS mmi n mmi
MAMl rACll'fLlIk Of
(Book and News Buck a SpecialtyC
It North Fifjb &tft.
iur Inks arc of a iiiprrluf quality, Uiuii nuile
ir.nu nut ix-.i lUKrtslirnUalu uuuer Ilic ici-Mual
iirvul uul a practical pAnter anr in-tniu,
Iherelure we will (uaraulet kvrry Hon nil or Ink
aula to be of Superior Jt Black, Uulck
DrylnaT, and Entirely fr from Setting-.
fln n.iiuo . R.l r.ll. . tw
t u-1 IIOIU .HI w i
... " ,'"'u "y other Ilk inanulaoturcd in
tut I uiUnl blttles. I
A trial ol a aiuupla kef Will ronvinra any
priatfr that br ha. Im-u N'inv nearly (ioiililo
whut he hhouhl lor hit Ink in lini it put
l in keg aul barrrl to aul purchatei
Keystone Printing Ink Co.,
17 NOETH TlTXa STREET.
Notice Is hoiebj Kiven lint default hay
iiifr been made lnr more than ity uay In
tlie paj nient of n poi lion u the nmnuiit sc.
cured to be paid by certain limit.
fri;e executed by .ti.lm ml:rr to
isainuel Staatu Tolor ami Edwin
Viirsoii. trnstre of the Cairo City
Property, dated March nth lstn. anil
recorded in the recorder's oWcc in ami tor
Alexan iereotinty. In the Statu of Illinois,
In book "I of deeds, pnire Oil:!, etr. f'he
umlerslvncd (be auccexaor ot nli irudees
will on WednesiUy, the VMU lav of .lulv
next. A. I. p;i) at I I oMoek in the fore",
noon ol that day, under and bv irtue of
the power of ne contained In'sal.l moil
pL'e, sell nt public miction, to tfcc highest
bidder, for cash, at his oilier, turner of
Washington avenue ami Kiuhtectith street,
In :iid t try of Cairo. In Alexander county
and Mute of Illinois, nil the ri.'ht, title anil
interest of M1 dnlm lloil-r or his nssina,
in nnd to lotn numbered IT ( evi nt' em and
Is leifthtoeii), in block numbered wn ii.'lil i
in the Klrt addition to said Cilv ol t aiio,
aceiiTdilifT In the recorded plat thereof
with the appurtenance, to satisly the pur
poses and condition of said inort'jiipe.
Hated, Cairo, II'.. ,lune 2Tlh lVil.
S. STIAT8 TAM.dll.
Trustee of the Cairo Citv 1'roin -rtv.
.n it k.
Notice is hereby j-'iven that delimit Iciv.
imr been made tor more than sixty i:t in
the payment of a portion of (he atiioutit se
cured to be paid by a certain morti?:t;re e
cii'ed by .In 'i es l!yan to .-:iliinel M'ats
Taylor and Kdwill lurfon, tlilstees ol the
Caiio City Properly, dated the '. t ti day ol
May. A 1. ls.7.!. anTl record"d in the record
er'a oili.-e, iu and tor Alexander i ounty, in
Ihe SMate ol lllitioi-, in book ilof deetls.pi:i
.'ieie. Tho utider-inod. the sucers.or of
said trustees, will on Wednesday, the Pull
day of July n xt. A. I. s;t!, a.'io o'd n k
iutbe forenoon of that dy, under nnd by
virtue of the power ol sale cunt lined ia
said Mortmain-, e at public auction, to the
liiirhest bidder, lor ra-li, at bis otllce, cor
u r ol Wa-hinutoii avenue and ljilitccli'li
stret. In said i ity of Cairo, in Al-xamlcr
county and Mate id IHitioi, nil the ncht,
title an I interot (( said .lames Kati or his
asii-ns, in and to lots numbered M ( Thir
teen) and U KourU en i, in block nuuiiu-r-cd
li (Twmty-eihi i in the First addition
to said (. ity ol t'a:M, aceordin M the re
corded plar thereof, wi'h the appurtenan
cos, to satisfy the purposi and eoii'lition
(d said tnoituae.
llated, Cairo, I'd, .luvo 2Tth IsTH.
S. ST A AT T.WI.ok.
Trustee Of the Cain. Cif Propt i ty.
P.y virtue of an execution to me dirretrd
by ihe Clerk of tho t. ircilit Court of Alex
ander County, in the Slate ol t'iinoN, in
favor of licruard McMunus and against
James A. Fry, 1 have levied upon the lol
I iw in described prepoity, in 1 irst Addit
ion to the City of Cairo, iu the County ol
Alexander and sjt'ito of Illinois, to-wit :
All of the riifht. title and iiiU-rest of s.iid
James A. Fry in aud to lot nuiiliired thir
teen (i;t) In block numbered forty. seven 1 47 j
wbicta 1 shall offer at pitille"s3'u at th
south-wot door ol the Court House iu tt:e
City ot Cairo, iu the L'ouiitv of Alexander
and stito of Iilinois, on the tilth dav ol i)
tober, A. V., lsTO, at the hour of alevca
o'clock, A M.. for cash, ti autifv said ex
ecution. Alex. 11 Invis,
Saerlfl' of Alexander Countv, Illinois.
Cairo, Ills., July 12, lsTti. dtd
Chattel Mortgage Sale.
BY virtue of arhattel inort.-iiL'e, excnled bv
A. It. llord and If. I.. Mori ill - it enei'a
ol the Cairo anl Vmunm-s ritilroud and the
C oil') una Vincciiiie.t rui'road coiiiniiy, to
the undersigned. I K-..ri r fr date tebiuarv 1st,
1-7"., we will, on the Jd day of -Inly. I'sTii. ui
tin hour of lo o'clock a. ni. , at the roimd hoii-i.
ol the Cairo and Vim-cum-s railroad, iu Cairo.
Illinois-, proceed to sell, at imlilic en tin t Ihe
highest hiilder, the following di'sciiU-d .ror
tv, u poi tluti ol the rliiiK atoi k o the
said Cairo and Vinceutie railroad, and a por
tion ot the property il. - riliel in said liiort;,(i(,
to-Wit: Box ai niuiilo-red ten (") . twentv
(." ), twenty-tuo (.'.), twentv-fuiir (-'l. thirty
(I"), thirty-two tliirt v four (llj.thirty-
eiahl (), tolly-six (') , lifty-t v. o ( ") , lil'ty-cix
O ), st -Veuty t i) (7.) , sevni'ty-lVmr (7 1) , e.-1, 1 v
tw.i (s. j , one liiiinlrtsi uui six 'I'k.i. oue iiiiiidrel
alid fourtivn (111) one lnindie.l and Iwentv (i .') ,
one huiiJrid and twenty-two (I.:) one bundle I
ami Iweiily-eiirht (l one hiiieln I and I'orly
nco (ll.-; , .,t,e biin-tred and foriv-eiv (IP ) an I
one hiiidied and -ixtv (l' ).
lat and coal cars niiriiheivd t cntv-r t- i-n .'7;
ihirtv-nine and lort-nve if
teniis of said sale are casii in haid.
Iiuted lunc 17th. l-7i!
'i-jo-d eod. .Mi
I'll. NT AM OILS.
(Suc e-sor to)
B. F. PARKER,
Ix alers In
i?aints, Oils, Varnishes,
iXTall Paper, Window Glasn, Win
dow Shades, &c.
Alwaya on hand, the oi-l.-hralc 1 ilhiinlnutii
Comer Klaventh Street and Waahinfc
1.IUI lt !:. I.K KM.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholiule and lt tuil Dialers in
Foro ign and Domestic
UI.i:s OF AM, KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Levee,
MESSHP. MYTH A CO. hav CouUntlT
a u.iy atock ol the U.I Hie una-
k.l, and KivceajH-cial attention lol he "hulule
ranch of the buaiueaa.
H kH WMV- J , . m V b V f . , B. , IJ
kBavOrutfUu h.v 11. Ki I'ull I.. ,,.- J .-,
iT kink. BlamiX CU., lit ia'kin tt , i Iu; .
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Bctvtfon Washington n4 Oomiuerclal
Arcnati, adJolnuiaT Uniiy'.
KeEPS for f ale the beat JUvf, Ptirk, Mutton
Veal, 1-iunb, uusajte, i: . anil la lira
T4ii U i rve fumllieai iu an aoiM-iiVal.lt iiiur. .er
u-f li I ! ILL JUL
i.i a 1 1 1 1 v w v w w m m
16 MILES OF
aw -m -m aw u.
SOLD DURING the YEAR 1875
K i i: v stuvi: i
Iii-um i I' 4-d or sohl
111 I I
li m I nil I
IB a I.a .ll
l It M.W s s
Nos. 37, 38, 30, 47, 48 and 40
Area Marv Imia (.oiul.inill.iii ,f
NEATNESS, and 1
And all the Km ntial I'ninf . that vn to Mat e u.
Most Perfect Cooking Stovo
I er (fleni to ,(. ,I(V
Made inly l.y II. e
Excelsior Manufacturing Co.,
N'.js. mi, i; i) and ( 1 N. Main H.,
NI. I.oillx, Mn.
C. W. HENDERSON,
THE liAHA BULLETIN.
q-IIK IIL'l.l.I. ll.S H ..iihlihe.i,-lery morning
(exca-jit Monitiy) In Ihe Uullri.u l.o j-linir , i , r !
uer Wai-hin'toii aieiiiie and 1 wel.tt: ktiei I
Tim iii'LLkii.4 ia n red to fily auhs. tila-ra hy I
tailhful camera i.t Twenty-Kive enta a "-Vetk, i
yahle Wei kly Ity.Muil, (in iet .:, ) , tlt)ir !
annum; m month, t,; ti.rw n.onti.., (; (.i.t
moiiih, tl '."i. I
THE WEEKLY IIULLETIN.
l'lihlish.-d every 'Iliuiwlay Hioriiii,; ut tl
I' annum, invunahlv lit advance. I he ;o. t ite
on ihe W.elly will lie ,ri' ai 1 ut Ihia olliie, o
that niihs. iilM-rs wil nhuiii lor a mt.w r.,lioa
ri.-.' ol' I i j ,'ar.
Uuoiumd C'aiU, ir aunuin,.,
Jue square, one nnertiou
One B)iiare, two niocrtiuna,.
Uue aiiiure, one wee ,
One ai'.iare, twi Week a
One aiiuuie, tliree wevka,
One iuic, one iiintti,
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.. 1 io
.. IS V)
.. i M
tine equate, one insert 'on,...
I.u.'h auheiUeiil Inairt M,...
HrOne inch la a a.tu.r.
If To uvular alvirtirfi r wi otTirfiiiiH'ilor in
dncenii nU, hoth as to rule id than;, a and man
ner of dinlayinir their lavora.
OoiaiaunicatioQa upon aubjecta of 3n
ral Interest to tho pulillo soUoitaJ.
lAll Puainea l-etu ra ali nihl he ad lr. aaed lo
I'Hiro Itiilleliu 'niHii,
. ii i: ii r i sin t.m.
V l-dlls; CM; Its wllh our name llne
I l ininted. Hint lor t e. v have vcm.
(Vstles Vrcntsi Want'dj o Mmo.le Kent
,. , '!. I I l.l.l l! Itrmklon.MaH..
"Keren I lie linurr nn llulil nj imi
I'll ii. 1 ti -at 'n t hen mill I-in ; our In in more, llul 'i
root," i-, a l':t i ii i in r ih-seription ot tie He tvio
ill-ui-eK. I li.incli i-ni h may nnd does atiai I.
illUc n ut 1 1' .-t jotlr- ot Ihe Mystelli. Ihe l illl-e 4 lie
liee. to he a ,nis,,non ni'id ill the l.lood. I'n
r I i"v thin hy the use ol'
l AltltAST'.s s KM' 1. It AI'l ltlKM'.
ll ?illilo It -i work siMi-dilv and thoroiiLdil v. ll
i- the pre.it friend ol Ihe Milli ier lioin iiheiiio.i-ti-ln
uml fonl .
l.l UY A I.I. Illtl l.f.l'T.S.
A day nl toniH', irentt wnntiil Omni
an I t' no-tin . I IM K ,1 ., Aiikh la,
t I T A S I I.K i ravi hl'L' -a' n ii. I an i-h,
iirv und expiii a-. ,ai I. I -.m Man ' I k o. ,
THE NW YORK
)no, ma UI.S Si in -i 'i,r ( illii i f and .oldir
won ndi d , in in red or rnilnred . Iiowei er sli;hll ;
ohiaiiir. it n tin retire of oh I rate ; rulieeH arreat -nl
pa mi I )mitnt , i'e. No ehaiav unle-4 ene-n-
liii l.eiiir. iniim.l)v aiiswered hy ud
liiv.'.ii.ii .1 . II. hi It'U. I.. Attorney lit Jju I
h.tinl r- .'I i et , Si w Voik ( .ity, a I". O.
A VVKK-h' R-uuvnnhf d to male nnd
IWnale af-o-nla In tnejr loraiit , ,
Oht.) nothinn to trv I Tarte'iilaia
fr.-.'. ! ( Vli.K.KUV .t ! J
Autfn la, .Me.
'i'i tn ft Of lrtaj'at linine. Sainileit worth
Miiimio & Cumiiy,
-. iir.io . 1 ,r !ts P.irHv, St renal h ami Flavor
l".r.'ii.-'l t-i I-' 'p I'leki.-. e 1-narantrr ll t-
0 i-nllTi'ly frci- f,n At; Knrtr A'tii or OIliT i!'-lHi ft
1 i i,n"fnf". u if h whl' U Jrort 'trrgir ladti!ierai-l
I r . ile '; HI i.ioperv. f-ar-cn V lr"k-vr Workiln tin
v . r;.'.. t. i in 1 ii.i. f.. I.. l'i:CSM.NQ A CO.,CtUcaga
U'lt In -fore fniitg eUewhcre to do n, wnd ful
rir'ulai i.' S . W . ".li-i'adi los'itiile, Jam-'i
Mill', V i-r nisn. l u'ollli li iel hy Mlpt of
Wi'.ii rn I ii imi li V.'itiih Co , as th-'.ulyre-liai'li
s' hoid in the West.
Juuulion of Brc idv.'ay, 7th Avenue and
NEW YORK CITY,
' lirce I ! o t V wi-l of (Iran 1 Central lemt
I, ear the l.l. x aie.l 1! .llroad, and Imttweii
ly iiiiniiti s iff- in Vt all vtrei t. All modem
ill.j.l l eliil.'Dt'.. Il-ltea I J.I r di. I.l'.
eral t( nil- tj lain ille-.
CIIA3. E. LELAND, PrcrUtor
(if I'rlexau lliiisi , .Miun..N V.un'l
t. Ui i iuloii Hot' I, -ai jl ,'ii. 7-7-d in.
i ..I'Vi e
'. , . I,,,., l n ii k 1 1 tl
! i S Irn l,. til.
I lialtl lnl l. tin-
(.!'' ol I lll,i,!s
lor I l.e i x lire-.
J&---'-y.&if4:.-: 'JS3& ''l'0 eol Hill,,'
Ja$i"i.Wi-' J .. iiniofdial.' n loi
I ' V
n ail i'sm of ,i iule, I i oiiie, mid iiiii.iirydi
s. i t . in all their 'oiii,ii ah'd loni. i. It ia , II
Known lUat III' .lames I, a-- ht.iod at Ihehia lol
II, e .i..ii i. oi for (l,i .i-t : ar Veai.t
i-kia-m iiii-nii-ail in.inirlaiit. Seiiiimil Mt-nt.
liesa. ni dii lo--r. ,y dnarii- -iti..U on tlo-lili'.-
lo .t lititlihii" 1. I'all l-o-il i . i ly lillii'l
I a In- waniiiik.' the io. il. li nle iitti iilion, i .li
r write. I I. a-ani h' liie I .r imtienl . A I I.
I'ir lie- million. Matrmt'e i.ui li-. wlo. li I' ll
) on all alx.ut tlie-i diM a w ho lend I Inuiiy
' w nv not---lo i-.-nt - to -n io, i.-, I ir .l.uo. .
) i o loom-- :ind iarii! on tin oni hut
Ha- 1I..1I01 1 ulna hom '. a in. In 7 111 S1111-
la'. , 1 ' I 1 I-'. All ho in- 1 elm II- rotllhl. ll
tn.l. 4-.--di-l .
To whom Pensions are
OATH UVKHY woiaior
r S 1 MJtT"-ii pl 1 " white lu the line
and iliachariio of duty, either by a Ment o
otherwise, hould tavo .k perjiioo. Tbe loaa o.
a tiDirer entitle you to a iii-nsmn. A ruptutv
nis.tt-r bow alight, (fivoa yuuapetulon.
'i he loasof a too give you a penaloo.
U'beloaaof an eve givea you a penaloa.
Any injury will Klve you a oenaiun. .
who are now ilrawuora 'iu.am, aw j'la'ly eoti
tied loan lucre a. ID f TT f II " t't
ttS oil HatampsOVf U XV X X U
lurooiiyot Pcnaioaund UonntyActa.
AJare., p, h. FITZCEHALD,
V'DltH Plate ( lalm Airent, lsnisiPOLU. I "ft
SX&On all lettera mark I. u. Box
eteio mht Liir jcu w M.t adierux-ae-LU
i:n.'lis!i l:ru.s-cls. '1 hree I'lv and Iti'lviit),
als.i. M lir i ai'irts. elet'l:ilj:, '.11111I1
Cloths, Oil '!olh-, etc., Miy eU a'
nt the ild l'la.-e
112 FULTON ST., NEW TORK.
I al'ii.'t.s earelnl ly iail.i d al.il sell loan
j. art ol tin. I niled Mitten Iree Ati-liaru.
: StNDIl'OR PRICE IiST.'
7-1-ly. J. A. BENDALL.
A C HEAT DISCOVERY !
V.y the iue of which every family may nlve
their I.inen that hrilliaui polinli peculiar to linn
laundry woik. avinx tune aud labor iu from
ing. more than It entiie coat. Warranted,
Soli By Druggliti and Orocsri Ererywhe.e
ASK FOIl DOlililXS'.
DOBBINS, BROS. Sc. CO., 13 N. 4th fit.
THE BEST AND PUREBX
CHEAP, CONVENIENT, CLEANLY.
ASK VOUR GROCER OR DRUGGIST FOR IT
WM. GLENN & SONS, CINCINNATI.
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