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JOHN H. OBEBLY, Editor.
If so, be cirvfiil.
tliey. Ceil, slicrldan'r
It will not do to trifle
Ccli.om won't Kill 'cm to order any
more in the Illinois Hotiu of Itepre-euta-
tlves. E. M. Haines, of Cook county, will
Tut: Republicans nre becoming
alarmed. Grant lm- glcii to them too
heavy a load to curry. Tho l.oui-lnua
matter tluvatcn.- to cru-h tliciu.
Tiik Hecchcr trial 1 In progro. The
attorneys of the rcverned gentleman have
attempted to take every technical advan
tage, but have been defeated in eory in
stance. It seems tolerably certain that Grant's,
cabinet Is not a unit on the subject of
Sheridan'h noted dUpatch. SecreUtrie
Jtrlstowand Jewell aro underwood to
Kei'L'iimcans like William Cullcn Hry
ant and William Evarts denounce the mil
itary interference by the Federal govern
ment with the organization of the Loui
siana legl-laturu as a blow at the Repub
lic, and have signed a call for a meeting
to protct against Hie outrage.
Tin; Louisiana crime ha made tho dry
bones in the political graveyard rattle. It
i now almota certainty that Ihey will
lie again clothed with lWh and breath be
blown Into their no-trll au exceeding
great army, that will put down In defeat
lawless I'adlcallsm, with Its train of out
rage and lllalnle-.
JKSfjt: D. HnioiiT ha written a biog
raphy of Gov. William Allen, he of the
fog horn voice, who ro-e up in Ohio
sotnj Unit; ago, and U tho "next Presi
dent." Mr. Hrlght llxes his hcro' age
at 07, but tills cannot le maintained. .Mr.
Allen's father died In ieO:, and If 11111 wa
not bom until 1N)7, who-e boy i- lie on
the father's MdeV"
Tiik Houe Judiciary committee re
ported kick tho resolutions ol lmioneh.
meat against Judge Durell, and akod
that they be laid upon the table. The
opinion of the committee was uiiaulmoub
that Duadl'ii midnight order wa- uf
Ucient groundb for Impeachment. A dis
cussion ensued, but by n partv vole,
Durell was allowed to o-caio the pun-
Uhmctit he deserve?.
Tin: Chicago TUntt charges that Mayor
( Jolvhi, of that city, has- Irtii making a
pcKonal examination of the uui-ean t'vlli
tluttdo therein abound; but The 'Milieu
Is a very naughty paper, and doesn't ad
mire Colvln. Col via says he went to the
hhow to Inform himself a- to Its charac
ter, and wc havo no doubt that he did
Tho can-can Is naughty, but it Is also
tiloe. This If the conclusion. The Tit,
fcaye, the mayor arrived at.
lltK St. Louis Democrat, anxlolli to
bolster up the Republican parly, siig
i'ests to Congress a military governor for
Louisiana, a man to be cho-en for Hie po
rtion In whom the country has confl
uence, and who may bo removed only by
Impeachment before the United States
"ennte. The Democrat Kerns to forget
that Loiiltlnua has lutd loo much military
To provoke an armed rebellion in Lou
isiana, to eall on nnt;re lor
troops, mid place himself at the bend ol
n hundred thousand oldiers, I believed
to lo (Ion. (lrant' plan for n revolution
arj" advanee to n tlurd I'lvddenllal term.
Hut the plan 1in fulled already. 'I'lic
(n-oplu of l.ouHaim won't reliel, and the
people nt largo have hnuled Into tin
President's ear nbunM of pal riot icHfidljr
liatlon. The I'n-sidelil ivekoned Without
IIhmiyWuiii lltxciini made n tearftil.
pushing, Ih-eehrry pcwh to 111 eniigre
pillnn tin1 otluT night, In wliU'li In' it
unil llii'iu Unit l' 1 "sweet nt 1 lift rl"
toward nil vvotld, and Hint lie Inn eome
out of lil triuU "a rlicvrftil. InvlnjfChrN
t In ti iiiiin." Hill ti eiirreht dewrtptiou ol
lilm siys '"there 1 n eel tain looli of ill
iinlot about Ids fnuo.ii certain linnl.nnjtry.
dangerous look, nml the feeling Iheienl
rum through hi whole limne," unil the
description doc not -win nppllcalileto it
"veeMiriirtcd. loving christian man."
1 1 U Hie pulley of President ((mill to
foree nn armed cohlllet hi I.onMiiiiii, b
twceli thu While Leaguer mid llie
t'nlted Stiitc nrniy, and lhu luiiugin-.ile
n civil wnr, out of Mhloh he limy plurk
the honor and power of a third term and
thus paothe way loan empire. Let
laugh who will, lint l till it ridiculous
assertion hi the face of the events of the
pal few years? I'liink Illalr did not,
probably, 'hoot far from the niaili, when
he dwl'aivd, In ISfW, Hint If (limit oli
talncd power then ho would never will
lugly Mirreiidcr It back to the iieople.
Hon. Ki.i.uii M. II.iincm, speaker of
the Illinois Hoti-c of Kepri-enlaHveH, U
au able gentleman and an excellent proMd
Ingollleer. Ileun-noinhinted for tin-ioi-
tlon by the IndeiK'iident Hefoiinern, or
Parmer.-, of the liotw, and, although
lnwvor, I now the most eon-plettous
repi-e-entatlve of Hint element In
the Stale. A Mllful olili-wkor.
he lead- the party Hint ik
nounee oiller--et'kIng a a erini.". a
profw-til I'epubllenn. he ha Inllkteil
much injury upon that (tarty : an nnti.
Democrat, he wn njiKrtel by the Dem
wnit for 5Haker. and will, wo predict,
lead hi- Independent- Into -oeloi h'u al
liance with the Democrat ns to uinkf tho
Democratic iarty and Imle)oiidi nt lrty.
"to all Intent ami purpose-," ono organ
Izntlon. He I- great In hi way 1 dllM
cttlt to eateh and hard to hold.
InHIio llllnoi Senate, on the vote for
I're-idcnt.on tho llrt ballot the follow
ing voted for Early : Mer. Canllold.
Catle, Cttev, Dow.f.ireen, Henry. Hunt,
Jacob. .Marshall. MHK, .Moilcrwell. .Mor
gan. 1'oblsoti. Sanford. Sheldon. .Steele.
Strong, Thompson of Cook. I'ptou.
Wnlte. Whiting and Wlieos -J'.'. The
follow Iiil' voted IbrCa-ey: .Me r. Ar
cher. .rnteii. Hivwer, Hurke. (ilcnn
Hodge., Hundley. ICehoe. Krome, l.ee.
Murphy. Ibilney, i:obln-on,Slmtt, Smith,
Thompson of Payette, Ware and War
ren IS. The follow Ing voted for (ilonn :
Mor. Hrown, Huehler. (ila--foril.
Halne, Harrobl, l'arl.-h and Plumb 7.
Oundlacli voted for .lohn C Halne-, and
Palmer oted for Mr. Henry. .Mr. Early
did not vole at all. Itw eldent that
the Indcncndeiit-i would not vote fur
Cu'cy under any eon-ldenitlon, and len
bullollngs were had without any materiid
change of voles.
a roi.n KAi. Mii.csro.M:.
Gov. Alien, of (Jliio, made the l.oul-1-ana
oulrage Hie occasion forn special
meage lo the legl-latiiro of hi- State;
Gov. Ga-tou, of Ia acliiKctl-. referred
to it in Ids nie-ngi' ami invited Hie Im
mediate attention of the legislature totiie
subject; Gov. Wood-on' mes-nge refers
to it in -trong language ami urge the
legi-lature to adopt re-olutioii expre
slve of the Indlgnallon felt by Missouri nt
Hie eour-e pnr-ucd by the Pre.-idcni : Hie
prominent merchants ofSt. I.oul have
licld a nieetlng. at which -trong sym
pathy wa- expre-ed with tho people of
I.oul-iaua; a call -lgucil by -uch men as
William Culleu Hryaul. William
M. Evnrt., Maidon Marble.
Whilelaw Kelil. Cliarle- A. Dana,
ami otlicn- of equal note, ha- been !ucd
in New York city, appointing:! meeting
.Monday evening, the 1 1th in-l., at
Coojicr lu-titiitc, nml calling tiprtu the
people lrrepoclic of party tie-, lo as
semble for llie purpose of giving oxproe
hIon"to the outraged feeling- which every
eitben of a free coininniiwcnlth must ex
perience at tile moil marked attack on
the rights of Amciieuu olti.un-hip which
has even been made since tho
cMnuIi-hmcntol our iro eminent: Willi
Hie exception of an ultra l'adlcal paper
here mid there, llie whole matter i- de
nounced im-iariiigly by the pre-: and a
ilivl-ion I- well known lo el-l in the
PivMdent' cabinet, upon the subject.
Since the aiwi-liiation ol I'rceldent l.ln
coin, no event bns w viirrotl puldio IV-. I.
lug to Its foundations and excited uch
imhcrstd and ludiguuut deuiuielatlon.
Tlie iieoplc lme lnen brought up with
a sharp turn and arc intiu; about to mc
when! they stand.
II AIMS. Ill I". IMII, MICA I, siii:i.
It is a surprising lit' t that Hon. inijuli
M. llalne wa- elected Speaker of the 1111
noli House of Representative by Un
votes of Democrats and lmlceiidciit Re
formers ulutt Funnel'-.
A few days ago, the Democrat-were in
the habit of denouncing Mr. llaincsiis a
nondescript in politic, and the I'iiruiei
howled at hint hitter anthcmns. Wo ro
nu'inbcrthat when Mr. Maine, attempted
to tiddres a I'ariners' convention at
Springfield, tho brawny-banded dele
gates, threatened 111 in wllli violence, and
MVorc round oaths that they would have
nothing lo do with a wily lawyer who
was n ttieky politician.
Hut now what do we see V Thl miiiio
gentleman, who I a little party lo him
self, has become the ina-lcr of tlie politi
cal situation at Sprlnglleld, and ha dic
tated hh terms to the Oppo-itlou !
. Mow did lm manage thuiuattcrV Well,
without dillleulty "a easy.as falling oil'
a log." Tho fceret of his success, can.
probably, be divulged better by himself
1 1 inn by ti .niul we will thoiefniv permit
him lo toll It lii our reader-.
"N lial ilo you menu. Hnlne." akiil a
Irleiid of bin,. "by your political eonduct?
Von are lu re. Micro. eor.Vw here : nobody
eau locale j mi. 'J'i II me w liy , on iuirue
lid- on-nlMile policy."
"Will. I will." ald Ibdiie. in reply.
"Voti I work to sin end. I want poll
Iti'lan toil. i a I wi-li them in. and I lake
the iiint rrtii-llve menu l nwompllll
till purpie. You think It "Irnngf llml,
in order to do ( III. 1 occupy n doubtful
IkmIiIiiii In politic; but It I not -t range.
I uiider-tiinil men. and my knowledge of
thrin eonvinw me thai I am right lit my
course. .Mi n an like heep. and I drive
llietu ana -hrpherd dog dm-f. llfeourH'
you have n n large llock or hoop In a
Held, ami .-hophnrd dog trj'lng to drive
tliem out at n gale, lie Imrks on till ide
nwliile: Ihi'ii on thai -hie; then
run hi front of them: then be
hind them, lie l here, there. eer
whove. Hut mark him, He li con
lluunlly driving the heep ni-nter
to tho gale, and dually thmugli It.
ho follow Ing. Now , although ho ha fol
bnved the .hoop, he ha really led them.
I am like that .hophonl dog. I bark
on all id"; but I am all the time Icadbig
or driving the heop where I wi-h them
to go: I am nlwny gi'ttlng them nearer
to the gate through which I wlnhtliem to
pa. Oea-ioually a stubborn ram or a
young and Ihoughlle-n ewe get- by me,
but I -eldom fall In making lhoego
w here I w llt It lo go."
ThememlH'r of the 1 1 on e the OpH
.illon iiiciiiIkt nre I Itiliion' ibee)).
lie drove them through the gate after
much barking. .Mr. Merritt. an old -lltlcal
ram, and leu thoughtle OpKi
tlon ewe, ran by him : but after ho drove
tho llook through, he returned nml
brought litem up nl. Then getting In
lront of hi- Innocent (look, be barked hi
thank- modestly, and wnggieil hi tall In
dellslil. tireAt llalne-! There i not n
more -klllfiil political lM-plu nl dog liv
ing! SHERIDAN'S CRIME.
The Radicals in Washington Arc
Weary of Dafwillng It.
Spirited Speeches in the Senate,
and Annoying Applause in
-s'il Telrm to ih r h!mf.i Tirom
itr.MoiiAt.ii'F.ii and iir.-TEti.
WASinsiiTos. Jan. ". The republi
cans hi I'uugruH to-tlay began to -how
-igti- rt' demoralization over the bayonet
rule hi l.oul-iaiui. '1'bc more the dis
patclH'a of Gen. hlK-rldaii are dl-cus-ed
the more are they denounced as untruth
ful and di-graeet'itl. The one Hlhli-llod
In the morning pnicr, in which lie
peak of having Ih-cii thn-atemsl with
ni-ans-inaiion, but adding that he I- "not
ntmlil." en'ute a mlnghil I'wllngofln-
iiignatiou uiki amuemcm.
,s-cri'tary Itelkuap's dispntch that "all
of ui." -land by Sheridan, likewise ex
cited dUgu-t. ' The Mi-rotary -pemU
nut of bl time at the enpitnl, -dlhig
thee telegram around among the
republican iuemlers; but ha doulitle--ni-elveil
some Intimation- that tlie tele
grain, on both lde, have lMn. even
Irom a n juililli-uu -laiid-M)iut. iuo-1 Imll
Teet. a mxr m sHi.Ktitix.
Some of Sle rliluii'. i'rietid, It Is tutel.
teleL'raiilied a hint to him to-dnv. that his
dl-ialehes were making him ridiculous
all over the eottutry.
IX THE feKXATh.
Tlie deluiti In Hie senate on tlic outrage
wa resumed tiMiny. and, aJujough it
wa one of the -torniM'st day of the -!-son,
Hie attendance was very large, the
gnllerie- beln unnble to rsonuin all who
enuie. Mr. llumiltoii,ofMariaiiil. made
an exceedingly able pc--h .if over two
hour., in denunciation of the Sheridan
rule In New Orleuii-, nml of tlw- general
policy of the administration toward tin
south. Yariou- portion of tin- -s.-- h
were so loudly npplaiidoil that Dm- repuU
lleau senalor- interjected a querj- of b.df
an lioiir. an to how they -hotild best pr---VCIlt
these exlllbltlous of pllblk- -e:uV
uieiit. I'lually, Mr. Tipton H't the leu.,
in ii roar by ugge(lng I hat the wai f
doing it. nowaday, wa to call in' the
troops. Order was at last retirtd b
uotllylug the galleries that II Uiey u
plamled any inure they would Ys turr-l
out and tbe doors cliMed; and then Mr.
Hamilton concluded id- ih-ccIi.
Senator ScIiiii and Hiytrrt will
lliiue Hie debate to-morrow, and it U
doubtful if tho dltciisMon n infc-d tbU
week. 'I'he aduiinitritltt natr,
beaded by Couklliig, are y l to Is- tmutl.
A THU I.IX'Kn 1 IKiM i..,u(MN.
I To llie Wialun Aaolale. I re.,,)
WAsuiMirox. January ntitur
(Gordon, lutving received niiijii roo- n-l).
gram- from New Urlcaun. m iuu- a
gi'iierat reply to them, as follows:
Wasiiishiox, Jauuury (I. Gov. Jiin
McEncry. Lieut. Gov. I'min, awl It. II.
.Mann, New Orleans I eongratuluU- ..u
on Hie forlsearauec if Hie people, .iiiji
Ibrlsear evi-ry wnng. and if arn -t-and
liaiidcMll an- n sorted to,
still forbear, and your right will he un
dented by the Amerlean coik'. "i ou
ciinnot betler suliM-ne the htbfrau ol
Louisiana, of the south gewfaUy, nml
of liberty, tliNii by iiHitlnuedforhearaiM-.
even unlo death. J. It Uomiwiv.
lie Mut i:i1iiIm.
('hlr?o Tribune )
Tlie .Mlnm-aitoli T,0,ut 1 Jhil tlie
piu-simal organ of the Hon. W. S. King,
who has lately ueouiri-d au uneuvUble
notoriely. It i afd that lie own a ma
jority lnleret In the concern, hut. how
ever mat may is--, tin- euitor tin-reot yivi
forth tlie following utteram-e in relation
to the l'04-ifie Mail iiiatUTimd Kltig'scou
"Tlie frleiuls ol Col. Kinjf have uUited
no particle of their eontioVeue.- hi his
Imuor ami integiity, and are eoulldenl
that, wiiea he lia mi opHirlUiilly lo i-x-plidu
tluit luoney traiisaetlou In New
York, which forms Hie lisl of u-pl-i'Ioii
now attaching to lilm, he will do o
liilly and atlsfnctorilv, in a inaiiiier jkt
fee'ly conlteiit wllli ids stntements to
tliciu and liU tesiiniouy before ihc commit
tee, mid show that he wa entirely Inno
cent of any connection ulih Hic'l'aclile
Mall corruption liind. Ill- friend are
witlsiled to wait until ho can
be heard hi id own defense,
a courtesy that Is umiiillv accorded
to the couitnnuc-t ollitudcr In the coin
iniiully. It has la-eu -liown
simply that Col. King drew -115,(KK) In
New York on Irwin olrek: it remain
for lilm to show at the p:ii.er lime li nv
hu came by tln cheek ami whtit lie did
wllli Hie money. If hi- -bow that this
sum was tlie legitimate proe. . d- of a suc
cessiiil sneeiilallon, some of llio.se gentle
men In the city who have been mi exult
uul for llie pa-t lcvdavs will feel conid
cralily taken .mil;, while all citizen will
be greatly rejoiced, and -Hill King
stock " will bo up again, even in the esti
mation of big eiiomlo."
We sincerely hope that .Mr. King will
be able In hov Unit lie came lione-tlybv
thai $11.-1,000 cluck; but why does lie
keep in the bai-k-i'Miuid out of .lght so
long, while the tlainuitig evidence goe
forth lo the world unexplained and mi
eonlradJelcdV ,V an old friend of Col.
lilug,U-in-e eonlldi iice In hi Integrity
ha beeti rudely -hakcu. We nk whv he
din not conic forth from hi hliling
pinee and i.'Nplnhl hi- enniiiiMlou with tho
mailer like a man. ami put an nnl to sin-,
ml-c anil -u-piclon y
Itoincc Ori'ele.i' I'cti.
tl.cnvi'iiuoilli I nniliiPii'ial I
Not !ntig It,ce. n Utile packet cutiie by CN
pe ft out ,N7v York. aililrei'Cil to (len.
William Lniliiicr. urtliN city, and riutitii
Inn Ilia ftulil M'ii ii-nl liy Ilio yrmt J.iurii'
allt and pli liM0ihrr, Horace (licclcv.
Tl.l civ vnlinli'v gift wa . "tut to (Ion.
I.nrlnit r by M 1 1., (ilccley. a a lecixlllttnn
of tlio ciiriict ami lieartlclt irt Ic s ten
ilcred lid-fitle l 'Mirliif.' flu- liit p'tsldnit
llal caiiiiiiilt li The pi n lit a vill.l gclil
li.imlle, claboriti U ciin.eil. ami a lino Jewel
fct In I e lioail. It -liiiW'.tln' wear melt -ar
ot ncu-pator woik, but i t'll a Kor.il n
over. Tlico llnc were urlitcn wllli Hie
ItiMrument, iir.il II tliev d rot exhibit any
partli'iihr lirllllnnc, it i Hm fault ol tho
Inn I that Riiltlri) anil not ot the pen, trom
who'c point i many rich uilltorinl pain
Riaiili Imvo fallen, (icli. l.atlirer feel
exceedingly proud ol thl somctilr ol hi
olitpolltlc irricnil.ii'idli ppylnllie tliouxlit
tliatlm was kind y r nnuiibcrril by the
dniixhtrrol tlio vlcr.iu editor. It will be
rempinhcr. dibit (irti. I arbiter wi otic of
llm ilrt men tomrirloii Horace (Ireelcy for
ireldetit, nlid tie- Ininily never fort;jt the
kind -orvlioi (Juriti" .bo liotlv ontctnl
TlimnnN Viui;!iiN I'rotcst.
New York llimlit
The iinmi.1 of 'llioma Vaughn and lit
wonl when he wa e.vpelled by Hie
l.'nlteil Slate. Iroop from Id -eat In the
l.egl-lature of l,oulluna w ill live long in
the nmiaWof that unfortunate Stale. Thin
llvery-lienileil old man roe very "lowly
and slid. "A general of (he Tnlled Slate'
A rm v ha imuiil hi- hnnil upon my
-luiiilder ami commanded me to leave the
tloorol'thi Hou-e. A a member of till
lKily. dulv elwtcdbv HicM'ople of Caddo
mrlb, and. as an American citl.eu. be
lieving that the rlghu of American free
men an not all dead, I de-ire to enter mv
oleinn protet aguin-t till outrage. '
(ienertd Do Trobriaud aeliil underonler.
vet we think lie miiat have blii-betl when
lie ol-cd Ihciuaud hetird that au-wcr.
IN Y llersld
Mr. Thurlow Wwl, the political ut
eran. ha Wn ailing of late, and on Xow
Yoar' i lay ww taken o erlously ill that
hi pby-ician. Dr. Thebaud. advi-ed him
to t.ike to his ImiI. Slow that time .Mr.
Ynt ba- lwu mor or le -I'riou-ly af-fi-rtexl.
at time- fwling well and at oilier
depres-ed. The greao-t care w a-taken
ol the good old man, and, with incf&rml
waU-hiug. he i- now reported to have re
eovereil to that extent that hi pby-liiau
i not at all ihtvoii nltout n-uft. Ilia
day or so Mr. Weed will Ih- moxingaboiti
the -tree! a U-ual.
Tlie President's Snlnrj .
((.inclunati Laiette'- Wa-hinfrtiit S)iecll
The House Apiropria Ion Couimit'ee to
day hid on tho table the bill rer -utly Intro
lucod liy Mr. C'ov. ol New York, bringing
the President's s.ilnry under opera lor ol
the law which repeAlo I the silary 'vra'i''
act. Auotbor lilliou the sulijvet ol rcdtirimr.
nfler.Maieii I, 1 7i), the salary i the old
Mai'danl, Is still pendhig with one ol lli;
Schonok'n Tultnonlo Syrup. Son Weed
Tonle, and Mandrake rills.
'I licfe de-ervedly celebrated and popu
lar iDedislues have cliicted a iloIu'Ioii In
the liesdlnj; art, and proved the lalliiey o
several inaxliu wiildi hive lor many j'car
otastruvted the progress of medical scieti.-e.
The lobe nilipo-ltlou tint Con liniitl(iii is
incurable deterred nbl Sleians (rotn intermit.
I instotiud remedies lor tlut di-ea e, and
patient aranteu with It reeoiuiled tlitm
sves to death whlom making an cirort lo
eeape frciu a doom wh'di they stippord
lo he unatuid iMe. It . now proved, how
ever, tint Consumption can he cured, and
taal It lia- liepn cured in a ery great mini
br of ea-. . (some of them appaienlly de
rxjrale one-i by Schenck's Pulmonic syrup
alone; and in other ci-s li the iineiHd
setae In connection with' cbenck'n Sea
Weed Tonic ami Mandrake Pill., one or
both, according to the requirement ol tbe
Dr. ss-benck bun'ell, who enjoyed ui.in
terrupud good health lor wore turn forty
year-, w aupposed. at one time to be at
the very sofde-.b.bi.jby.clan, Iming
pronottaeea his eie hoprie.s, aD(j ,an
dooclbim tj hi fair. He u cured by
the alorcsaid m ll-;ine-. u d lne hi- eeo
ery, many tbbu.andttltniWrly ad7ictedbae
lased lit. -chii.k' preparaUon with the
tmmt remarkable tin
t'xU direetioe- j':.sinpny each, makitg
It aot abxiiutel) u i tiry w per-oiially st-
Dr. S'iitnek uiim ysleui' lh tbelr
tongs i-Xamined. r:d for thl- purpose he It
IHeresslonail at h' orioi lpsl orti. , .roer
Xtb and AtrU slreM.. J'hlladeldil. every
MbixIT. where all ietter tor sovi e must
a a1dreed. s htlu)l-. nwttnoe are
M by I dnijnrtft-. li-ao-lui
YILLIAX SMITH, X. IJ.
KKXlUKMCt: S; v lablMaib stns-i. u
'wsaa WaaaiairK wx aa4 sTalaui ,tmi
fe Cesamweil uwi WaaWsi-to
0 VS. VVliXIXG, M. D.
Hl'MVKXI K :7-ir S,ath aa4 W'alcutl
0TK1S 'onr sirth MnM swl tjfaloDtw.
Ofl'ltK IKil'Kk rnrtuea m wKiu , uui
"rem tw it y m
t.isUfb ir said Wssiijru nwir
A(toriu;y st( I.nu.
OI'I'H I I Aid ovri fm lonirf-rli
' -iM Vf r'lm aiiuiul Itosk ,
JULKKV U BOH,
hightli HUirt, l.ltiwi Ouniiwr
: ann Wakliut4iB iiMtut,
ilaVher j l XlUi- I'-MMtlM
lohn II M
qukbw ti aiumiuT,
At(oi'ii(avx jiikI Coiiust'Iot'w
Ol'l'li 1 Dhlo 14-viv, romni 7 and s i-r
City Nullioiul Hank,
JVilliain II lin-eil, )
U Ilium Ji Uill'Ht. I AIIIO ll.l.l.VOI-i
Jill' Inn lidl-it
i j.-Sm il nttcnlloii clvi'ii to Admiralty ami
.VIOIiKLY IRDMIllllHl MltUflfllMJlUftl 1 .
1 "writ I Mi with rnr Ll.t, wHU-i ir tity ttal I
rtriani VaMliall lh'ut fLkri. THI Kwku
SVrrHll I im-Hway, fifW ) )fkt
3tt st( h roiti;.
New Music Store.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Is 3LTow Open,
Musicftl MorchantliHO of till kindt
nt prices to miit thotimos.
.Mossr-. Itoliblii would nimnmicc to
Ibat having been, a they irut, '
favorably known throiiih
out lids rej: I on n denf.
or In PI ANON Oil
house of V. W.
Kimball of Oliicnjjo, lor
tlie past ten yenr, tliev
bnvc eoiiclildvd to ope i a .Ill-lc'
Sloro in nlro, wiiere they w ill keep
on hand, and be conMantlr In receipt ol
everything la ihclr ll-e d'edivd bv lliHr
Twin the Celebrated tiialiufaclary of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
of Ilo-toa. A Piano of world-wide reputa
tion nnd coii-ldcred bv all our noted inn
sleia'H to be t ho best l'latin nnw lindc bi
tlie I titled Slate: al-ii, the very popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made in New York, of which wc, have ok
over 4(n) In Southern llllnoi, Kivitig perleet
The most perfect and durable Organ ever
made, there being now t v-r (I 00ii fn ne.
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A very Hue Instrument, adapted to IV.
SI ltt;.Ml:NT.l. Am WELL AS SACI.KD
Mr.I(', and liecoLiiin; more Jild in ire pop.
ular every day.
A gr.-at vaib lv. -,;,,., c ;i ,
adapted to the wjiiIi of our . u-'uuicr, mi- ,
ltint; or all thn new a- d popular mu-lc of ,
fie day, III) I II ()(. ,l. M)Ss.
mi:m i.. )
A Lttruo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOR THE USE Or' SCHOLARS.
We vveiilil call hioi-IjI at entlon of l, a.-h.
er to this di'iiariinent of our stock.
Order solleited, and music -elected to
suit ami sent it) mall on -iiiiie lenn-a-
from larye cities.
V.'e will fnrui-li our imi.ie io i.n-lir. at
tins ti-ual dlM-ount ; will select muse for
your sehoutr. if jouwill hi uknov.- the
(frsdt and style desired.
j earlier every where an; reiiiested to
send u their addr-s. ami Wc will keep
them Informed of the new publlejitlois.
MUSICAL MERCIUITDISE OP
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMEHTS,
OF ALL KINDS, FURNISHED
.M KTKO.NOM KS,
DO'I UI.K MASKS.
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
VIOLIN PEGS, FINGER BaRDS
CAPA d' ASTROS,
With hiindri-ds of jiriiilc in our line, n-
l i- YtMr.axjcu: .n,fB
iuiriii( mo miitii jiacc tor eliutucralloii,
of ( vtu deiiilptinn on hand, or furnished
Kor all Kind ol In Iruinent.
All 1'iuiio fold by im aru warranted live
years, and natbdaidluii guaiatiticil.
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
Tlilt bcliiK thn only regular Minle .Store
tiearor lliuii St. bonis, vve hope our fair and
lioiiorahlo dealing may Induce our III mln
to Mihl'iln iiH hy a llheral patiouage.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNI3IIINO GOODS, MOROCCO RAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks over offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
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Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise lit
can have the measure of their heads takon to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in tho
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEB, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find tho best accommo
dations. A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
Vo liuvii replenished our Jolt Printing OHice with
many fonts of new type ami have orders out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. Wc are determined
to establish the reputation of our office for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign citios will be compelled to ml- .
-...is of l
mit that we do work at lower prices than any otlitMM!;!',;,'.:
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, iidmit'.cd to be
J ' ifHILDItEN MAY
the best practical job printers West and Soft(0NE KLSE
assumed nnvHon.nl snnnm'ialnn nf tlm iob neii - -
l "... mv. W ,-..' ,j -
... j llom ll.i in n Hn 111
pavtmcnt, and v, ill endeavor to give satistactii",u"SMl,i""''iy
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