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limiting: Mntlrr on I'.vfry Vntta,
JOHN II. OBERLY, Editor.
Tun Sitpti-nic t'ourt of tliU Stnto lin
decided that tlie law preventing the Im
portation ol Texas cnttlo Into the .State
Tiifiv are Kcttlnj,' ready tor a tlevll of a
time In tlie lower lion.-u of the General
As-cinbly, ns If they had not had a con
tinuous devil of a time since the first day
the legislature convened. Wo arc at a
los to determine whether the House U In
need of common fentv to run It, or of ni
troglycerine to blow It up.
The State Ilegiiter state. upon what It
cnlM the best authority, that the peniten
tiary Is not paying expenses, and has not
lcen Miieo fotnetlinu during the latter
part of Iat year, and Is now losing money
at the rate of one tliousnml dollars a
Mr. Henry Winter's friends propose to
have a L'raud tiroa fs'.on before, the ettv
election, and each ricr-on In it will wear
a sirawDcrry nose lnuie lor the. occkIoii.
Mr. Winter will wear the Inrgvst, and
lead the "boys" on their Joyous inarch.
An onler by them has been given to n
nose maker at Chicago.
Tin; nr.r.ciir.it cisi:.
The Indication" arc that the case of
Tllton vs. Heccher wIII,sofarns"length"
Is concerned, be thrown Into the shade
by that of.farndlco vs. .Tarndlco, and
that of tho Tlchborno claimant. Mr.
Heecher's lawyers are endeavoring to
prove an alibi, and establMi lteeelior's
Innocence by proving Tllton to have
been a little looe lilnidf.
a xr.w "intAxrii."
The IJo-tonlaiis teach the girls In tins
lower classes of the Grammar School tho
art of line sewing. The Tnterlcr says tho
system works very well. Our school
board Is a progressive Institution, and we
therefore commend the example of Ilostim
to It. If It will Introduce line sewing,
and the culinary art Into the HlghSchool,
our people will no doubt rln- up and call
Mexican outlaws are raiding in Texas
murdering citizens burning iiou-.es and
driving ofT stock. A citizen of Corpus
Christ!, Texas, Just returned from Mex
ico, learned that about seven hundred
men had lelt Monterey for Texas. At Ca
margo and vicinity all the IVlados have
disappeared, and bands of four and six
hundred are reported crossing the river
near ltomc and Kdlnburg. U U stated
further that a raid on Coitui ClirMt
contemplated, and the Mexican leader of
the outlaws boats that bli bugle ill
i-oiiml In the streets ot that city when the
people least expect it.
Old Man Spinner has resigned the po
sition ol I'nited States Treasurer, lie
became petulant In bis old nge, and when
;cvTetarv Hrlstow Intimated to hint the
other day that the treasury did not be
long to him, Old Man Spinner got Into a
huff, called the Secretary "another." and
resigned on the spot. The Secretary as
tonished him, byaccepting tho tendered
resignation, and he remarked: "Can
such thing, bo? The country is going to
the devil. And how can It go decently
and In order without Spinner?'' It Is
positively asserted that Mr. John C.Xew,
of Indianapolis, has been offered the po
rtion so long tllbtl by Mr. Splinter.
tkjiai.i: ,si rrn.K.r..
The Supremo Court of the United
States has just rendered a decision In the
ca-u of Miner 0. Iloppcrsall, error to the
Supreme Court of Missouri. Thl U a
case presenting the question whether
under tho fourteenth amendment a
woman who Is a citizen of the
United State nnd of a Statu
Is a voter in the State, notultli
landing the provisions of the con-tltii-Hon
and luw- of that State coiitltie the
right of stiflrage to men alone. The court
Is unanimous in the opinion that the eon
dilution of the United States due not
confer the right of suffrage upon any one,
and that tin- constitutions of tlm several
States that commit that tru-t tu men
alone are not necciarllv void. The ile.
cNon below Nalllrmed.
in. ivii iiii.i, Tnr.MMsm:is.
An order has been sl.j f.om (;tl1
Sheridan's headquarters, at Chicago, en
closing a communication from the Inte
rior department In relation to the Mack
hills country. After referring to the ap
pointment ota geologist to explore that
region, and to the desire of tho govern-
iiieiuioexiinyui.il the Indian title, If
gold exists there, the secretary says that
the department of tho Interior has re
cently obtained Information leading to
the belief that the trespasser now In the
country will endanger the nice., ol nnv
negotiations. He therefore reinicsts that
the military department notify these in-
icriopers 10 leave immediately, and to In
form them that refusal to do to will lead
to their expulsion by military force.
The coming man among the. Itcimbll
i tu-, . e .. .
eitua is jiiaiuc ui .name, j 10 will, we
have many reason for believing, be the
candidate of fhqiladlcal party for J'ro-
lu'-m, ami tlie Democrat who d
leau Mm w ill have an up-hill Job. With
lllalne out of the way, we might walk
over the course, but with IJIalno agalns
lis we shall have trouble to win. Speaklnj
of lilalne, the Xew Vn-t: x t.P..,,-
If any of our public men arc gifted with
iptalltles bo seductive to popularity. He
has a fascination of manner, a copious
possession of pcr.onal attribute 'which
win to regard. So pliarmacopo'Ut has
so large nu assortment of nmallve phll-
tcr.. Like tlm Mvcet 1'rlnce Hal, lie hath
given medicine to make men love him.
As ndlner out he has n pcerleii lustre.
A n hot he hlnei preeminent."
. ntoki:ys rito.ss.
Sonietlme ago tho Chicago ''iie,
known as the most rceklo.slv nudeM
Journal In the world, in one of Its nio-t
reekles' moments In a spasm of brave
carelessness of consequences declared
several uncomplimentary opinions of tho
grand Jury of Judge Williams' court, and
also of Mr. Heed, the prosecuting attor
ney. '1 lie consequence wits, that Judge
Williams, who at a distance inineais lo
bo n petulant gentleman, -ipolled
by the judicial meat upon which
he has fed during several years, became
angry; mid Mr. Heed, who Is a husv-
body, became Indignant : mid tho erand
jury became furlotw. The result was
Mr. Storey was charged with contempt of
court, and Judge Williams sentenced him
to ten d.iys" Imprisonment In tho county
jail. On the same day. nller being con
lined about twelve hours, ho wa released
upon a supersedeas Is-tted by Judge MeAl-l-ter,
of the Supreme Court.
The arrest created much excitement
throughout the State, and tho action of
Judge Williams has been generally con
demned. He evidently acted upon the
promptings of anger. When ho might
have Imposed si tlne.lie sent Mr.Storey to
prison, and his bearing throughout the
(31-0 showed ooiiohi-lvoly that he neg
lected to consult either discretion or com
iiavi: riii: v ikvi:.nti:.vti:i.
Mr. Harrell, In his eulogy upon Spirit
ualism, ays that of tho live million Spir
itualists lu the United States there are
not live thousand who did not essay an
Investigation of the phenomena through
a determination to detect what iil their
predecessors had failed to discover, and to
expose the cruel Imposition to tho deri
sion of the world. Mr. Harrell does not
read these things n wo do. Our experi
ence has taught us that of the tieonlo w bo
profess Spirltual!m, not one In a thou
sand ever thought of Investigating the
phenomena. Most of them have Mini.
lowet1 the fraud without attempting to
masticate It the women because Its vn-
iirio have taught them that Silrltuallm
can give them communication with loved
one gone before, and the nicii for some
reason wo could never eonmirlimiii.
Tlie fact I-, tho phenomena, which aro
wonderful, Jmyc never been scientifically
Investigated by any person, it is trim
scientists have mado investigations, but
enough Is not yet known of the plienoni-
ena lo enable sclcntl-ts to make satisfac
tory and conclusive Investigation.
Mr. Harrell says tho Liberal licliiriou.
Association has that brace of moiiosvlla
bles"I)oIilght" emblazoned upon It,
banners. Do liiglit according to what
teacher Underwood, who declares there
is no (.oil; 'I aylor, who preaches the Va-
uier-i.oii, whoever he mav In.: nv rim.,.
who leaehos Spiritualism mid Woodhull
Um? "Do llight" U a good motto, but
who 1 to dc'ermlnc among a multiplicity
of teachers who is right. Tlie I'lvsliyto.
rians declare tint the brace
of iiioiio-yilables, -Im HJght"
Is emblazoned on their b.iiiner,
nut shall wo all thcicfore swallow Infant
damnation "Do llight" N. the Mi tn.
odlstsclalm, emblazoned upon their ban
ner, nut mut we therefore Ik-IIovo in
instantaneous conversion and sudden oi
gradual backsliding? livery religion-
sect on tiioeartli Holds to the brace of
monosyllables -Do Ii"ht." ..,i ...,
declares that Its faltli is Hie right l.iiih :
but we do not know, and .Mr. Harrell ha
failed to Inform u-, what the Liberal I.V-
llgloits Association of Cairo understand
by the brace of monosyllables. -Do
We do not object to Mr. riem v Wlnu.v
the ludependeiit candidate for M avor. Ins.
cause he i. pcr-onally obnoxious' to u-.
or iieeau-e over the gla he N "Hail, fel
low, well met !" IVisonally we like him
a little, and to no good soul who lows
the bowl do we object. We have been
there otioelf, and met many a jolly blade
and good fellow, wise in all worldly wis
dom, honest a (lie day is longand w ortliv
of the host places in public con",
lidence. The teetotaller may shake
his bend; but, by the curls
of Itaeehusand the paunch of (iambi imis,
we are not wrong in this assertion. (Jnr
objection to Mr. Winter is that he would
not be such a Mayor as we need In Cairo
at this time, lie has wo grant, a certain
kind of dash, but he would bo better
itttlimif t I, I... I.n.l t
"u "-el uoi jumped so
quickly so often, he would not hav.. u
thigul-hed hlinelf as u brilliant failure.
lie lacks discretion as well as dl.mliv
and In the olliccol .Mavor would i. ',
once tho boor in the drawing room and
nit nun 111 t ie r 1 1 1 i ,, I,..
would bo surrounded by the worst ele-
.......! ..I'll... .1.. ... - -
oifui oi me ciiy, unless like 1'rlnce llul
having come to the diinln- r i,ii.
olllee. he should turn his back on Itll
stall and give the cold
lows of tlio was-ail. And this ml-j-lu h...
Mr. Winter is siicli a contradiction, that
it U powlblu ho might as Mayor prove to
bo tlie champion of tho Sunday people
and the God-nnd-nioralltv clement, lint
he declares he will not be-in. .i..,.n.
...... w.u money won by gam-
ber. from stranger, tbenetlts the
oily, and of course he will set the gauib.
ing mills at work, and It mav be help
himself to Induce strangers 'to drop a
dime or two a they p.i, t0 n,,(l fro
through our city. And als,s0 are
liit'ormud he declares it to K ,.haine
Unit a poor man cannot get cheap scrip
Willi which to pay his (axes, mid that lie
will thorcforo run down scrip, with as
much expedition as po-ilble, to a price
within the reach of nil. Ho also asserts
to It I, sald-that he will be police force
EUlllelent. and that h will undertake to
guard tho city well. These things aro
said, but they may not bo true, if they
aro not, .Mr. Winter may use our column's
to contradict them, mid wo Invito him lo
do so. The people ha e a right to know
what policy ho will pursue If denied
Mayor ami ho ought to tell tlcvm
o.ti:.uit or COURT.
The arrest and Imprisonment of Mr.
W.I'. Storey, of tho Chtca-fo TWi. Ijv
Judge Williams, will, wo hope, have the
etiect to call tho attention of the public to
the subject ofconteinnt of court, mid the
great power lodged In the bauds of the
courts to ptttiMi for this offense. It Is
the only ollcnse upon which, being
charged with It, n citizen has no right to
n trial, and the penalty for which Is de
termined uytlio judge.
If, at this distance fromSnrlngllold. we
should declare Judsrc T rent lo 1h n
tool In the bands of Whislow and Wilson
and the Cairo A Vlncounes railroad com-
paiiy irU Mr. Moriratl. the London mtt.
llonalre, used by them to client andswin
dlo the small creditors of the company,
Judge Treat might arrest us for con
tempt of his court, lino us a fifty or iip, v
millions of dollars and Imprison
' u year or during life,
without giving us an opportu
nity to prove our a.s(. tlon, nnd we could
have no appeal from hh decision I If, at
this distance from Chicago, wo should de
clare Judge William, to bo u eiimint
judge that he had been Influenced by
money paid to him by enemies of Mr.
Storey by the Judge's mills of the mm.
bllng McDonald Ilk to punish tho editor
of tlie 7W lor exposing tlioni to public
execration, the Jitdg.; might arrest and
lino and Imprison us at his own will
In the Twenly-Klglilh General As
sembly mi cilort was made by mem
hers of the House to pass a bill 'defining
"contempt," providing for the trial of
any por.-ou charged with the nffeiio ami
providing the penalties. All tho law
yers In tho House, and out of It too, raled
a clamor, and, we believe, the
Chicago Ti'mrt, among oilier papers, de
nounced the gentlemen who favored the
measure, a revolutionists as commun
ists. We believed then, and wo believe now,
that the bill ought to have been passed.
Tlie old-time Idea that courts are sacred
I oh-olcfc. Thecoiiilngof tho court is no
longer heralded by the trumpet; the "big
men" no longer go out lo meet it with
bows; and even tliegownaudthowig aro
of days past. Many of tho old-time
powers have been taken from the courts,
and there Is no roaon why they should
bj allowed to retain the power to con
demn for contempt without trial, and Im
pose as u penalty lines not limited hi
amount, and Imprisonment that mav last
Tlie 'oiitciii)S Question in (tic I.cirls.
The Springlleld correspondent of the
St. Souls ll'publi-m, under date IlOth,
Tlie announcement of the imprison
ment of Mr. Storey of the Chicago Timt
for alleged contempt of court has created
a great sensation in tlie acinblv. The
majority of the members appear' to re
gard it n an act of tyranny and a serious
attack upon the freedom "of tlie pre.
The subject has been tlie main topic of
conversation among members, and Sen
ator Dallies this moi'illllL' lire.enti.il n hilt
to regulate su.Oicasc, lu the lutiire, which
is lis follows :
Tho power til tho several courts of this
stale to l-stie attachment and Inillct Mini.
mary punishments tor contempts ol
con 1 1 shall not be construed to extend to
any cases except the mi-behavior of nnv
person or persons in the presence of Mich
conns, or so near inercto as to oli.truet
the adiiiiuNli'.'itlon of biiln tlm nil.i,..
Iiavior of any of the officers of ihe courts
hi their olllcial transactions, and thediso
bedlence or resistance of an olllcer of said
courts, party, juror or witness, or any
other person or peroin lo any lawlhl
writ, process under rule, decree or com
mand of such courts.
A question has been raised :is to the
power of the governor to pardon such of
fender... agaln-t the majesty of the law,
and It Is u little curious that a precedent
has been very lately established in tho
exercise of the executive eleiuenev in .the
case of Geo. (,'. Kay, who was committed
tojall on the 10th of last l-'ebruary for
contempt of court, bv the judge of the
circuit court of Schuyler count v. The
opinion of A ttorney-General lidsa'll given
in that case was as follows:
"Tho provisions of the constitution
bearing upon this question are broad and
comprehensive. Tliegovcrnorsliall hac
power to grant reprieves, commutations
ami pardons after conviction lor all of-
leiiecs, subject to such regulations as may
bo nrovldcd bv law- rel.'iilvn ii. tlm
nor ol applying therefor. Iain of Ihe
opinion that the Judgment of a court Im
poslnga lino or committing a nariv for
contempt is a conviction, and that a" con
tempt for which such a lino or Imprison-
mem iiiii.v oe imposeii is ail Ollciiee. It
follows, therefore, flint executive clem
ency may he lawfully exercl-ed in such
ease. I am eonllrnieil in IhN view bv
tlie adjudged cases. Ex parte Hlekcv,!
Somer.- and .Marshall 701.
flisiV" Tile olli'slloli lets nOi.ii lin.iti net. ...I
by tboe iiilcre.ted, "Call I have invgrav
hair restored to its natural color, w'ltlnuit
coloring the svin . ,M1 can mv thin locks
be llileki lied up r" WeaiisWer, "It can;"
and would adUe you to read a treatise
on tlie hair, which Is published bv I!. 1.
nail ,v lo Mi-iuiii, .. II., v,ho send it
live, on application. They um the pro-
iin ioMoi uau . egetabio hlelllan Hair
l.eneu'cr. M'c li..irn iv,,... It ,, I.,,;..
In a iierli'ct stiiie ol I , .-. I I . i .i...i..
falling out, and new lialr grow from the
some tube; hut, In ease of any disease
... hi. -im),, or dv mo u-o oi alcoholic
preparations, the hair-tube becomes con
tracted at lis p,outh, ami prevents the
K"l,,lm iiuiii rcaeniug tno surfaee.
I heir preparation will create a perfectly
healthy condition of the scalp, and, bv
Its tonic i.ropertle,, -will preserve anil
sti-oiigl hen , the roots of the Imlr. .SVum
ikoi. Dm MmntH, tvim.
ffit'. torroMiomU'iit, writing from
At it'll-, niloii.ly contract tho mixtures
t be found tlK'ro oi ancient and modern
ch II .atlon-. llallroadi spin their train,
amid the lemples ol three thousand vears
imT . ,is, their swell, upon ,h0'
1 lien., and tin; scream of their wlil-tles
resound irc.iii AilmS lVntellciis mul
( y tberoii oOljinpusanil thubcavt'iisb.)
,.... ...in ,..,.. r, .ycr'h world-
(.1 inodern sch'iice !ln. poMed on the
Acropolis, ihe Parthenon, the AreopaKuS
and ihii'sion. whlhtthc modest cards of
Uierry I'cctoral, Ayer's .Sarsaiiarilla.
Akuo ( lire and I'lll,- look' r,o
He window- of the fchop. In "
slreets f A.hens. vhcre the'y ,lro M,(,
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE.
elTeeU of l.rrom and Alum, in inily lift. .Mn.
hood itorl. Impediment. K, .Marriage ie.
iiiovhi. Miv minion of timlnunt .New and
lenurknlilu leuirdle Hooks and circulars .,
fiee, in btfllclenirloiHst Aihlrnn, IIOWAltl)
.i:u.uiu.s, Mull, m-.i, I'lttlatlrl.
phui, I 'a , anIinlilullonliuliigahlghirputa.
turn lor honorable conduct and profemlonul
l " lW l-l3-iUw3m
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Evansville, Cairo and Memphis
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Paducah, Shawnootown, Evans-
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nnd ull way landings.
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III leiite Kv.'in.vMllol'.pr Cnlroncry .IIO.VDAY
iinit'l IIUKSUA V at I n'cloeU p. tu.
I.cines Cairo every 'IUMIAY and KItlDAY.iit
U o'clock )i, in
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Hks HowAmi Master
WAI.TLH II. rEVMSKiTOS Clerk.
Will lcni) KvnnnlllL' for Liilru every TUIIS
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Will Wur Cairo every IV KUNKsDA YnudSAT
CltDAYiitOo'cloL'k p m
The ulegunt tMe-vvlieel steamer
.Ions Coi r Muster.
.MAT. WILLIAM Cktk.
U-avM Kvuiiatllle f.ir Cairo evcrr WKD.STS-
DAYund.-ATLItADY at a p. in
Leaves Cnlru every 1 llt'ltsll.V Y um! SUNDAY
ui o ii in.
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CHARTERED MARCH 21, I860.
CITY NATIONAL DANK, OAIItO
A II SAKFOUH, I'rrsldent.
S S TAYI.UK, Vierl'rndiient.
W llYMI.ur, ti'C'y and 'Irinsurer.
1'. Sf llAltCt.AT, MAS (lAMIlliril,
V. .11. MTOl'KrLKTII, l'Afl. li ."(.lllll,
It. II CUXMM1IIAM, II I, IIAI.I.IDAY,
J. M. l'lllLLIl-,.
TNTKIIKST uild on dciolt at the rate of rx
X permit eraumim, March lt and Mptim
Ur Ift Inlcn-f t not withdrawn la adihtl immi
illately lo the prlnrlpHl of the dcpo-lti, lln nliy
git lug them cumi'iiund Iiilenvt
Married Women and Children may
Deposit Money and no ono
clso can draw it.
()ien every tulniilay froin!i m. to.l p m
and Mitunlay evenln? for luvlnga deoltii only
Irom ii loMi'clock.
W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Commercial Av. and Eighth St.,
is open from !) a.m. to 1 p in for the tian-nct
Ion of regular Hanking Imiii.csi. Alto on .Sat
urday eenlngfmm t toso'clock for the accom
moilatiun of saving drltora.
Exchango Bought and Sold on tho Prln
cipal Cities In the United States.
tpFoielgn KTclmnge drawn on Ihigland,
Ireland. France, mid ail the principal cltlc In
liermany, Mvltcrland, llelgium. linllaml, Itui
i:i, Denmark, Italy and other torck-n natlona
!C5"Collectloin made in any part of Kuroi hy
DruU or power orattorney.
. S3"I.etter of credit tor truvelem In Kuroiie
Gold, Silvor, United States and
otneriionds Bought and Sold.
Mmti illmi os Tine Deposits
IN THE SA.VINQS DEPAUT ENT,
P C. OANEDY. President.
HENRY WELLS. Vlco President.
THOMAS LEWIS, Cushler
T J. KERTH, Assistant Cashier.
Don't ihilar lo buy n bond or the INDUS
TltlAL i:.!lll!lll. C0.M1'A.NV.
Don't rompare It wltlia Uitteryt lxarln mind
that the CapiUl iuvettd In alwa)s tfecured.
Every Ilond imrrhased liefiirc April ith will
iiarlicliili- In Ihe Fourth Serlej Drawing, lo be
held publicly, In IheClly of New York, on Mon
day, April .Mil, Isli,
Bonds are $20 each.
niitlmrlr(ilh; jhtIjiI Actol the l.rgUlaturc of
ItIV sJIlJ lit ,U W t Ulh
CAPITAL PRIZE, 8100,000.
CilCUluri) ulvlllir full fti1uii!illnii. will ln npnt
free ofchurge, on iiipllciitiou
For rtondii and full Inlorm.itlnn. niMuvn u lili-
IV10RGENTHAU, BRUNO & CO,,
22 Park Row, Now York.
Or to 0 N. HUGHES,
M Ohio Lcee, Cairo, IlllnoU.
Itclnlt liVilrnft nn Veu- York CMv lln.,1.
glsiert-t Utter, or 1' O. Jloney Order
ST. JOHN'S and
Orders for Coal by tlio car-load,
ton, or in hogsheads, for shipmont,
promptly attonded to,
S&TTo largo consumorB and all
manufacturers, wo aro proparod
to supply any quantity, by tho
month or yoar, at uniform ratos,
OAIBO CITY COAL COMPANY.
Cy-Halllday Hro, offlcti, No 70 Ohio Levee.
C-llalliday ilro.'a wliarfhoat,
t.r-Ai r.gypiian anus, or
fcJ-Al ine i.
L-'oal Dump, foot of Thirty-Eight
PATENT MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES,
DRUGOISTS' FANCY GOODS, COLLIER WHITE LEAD,
WAX FLOWER MATERIAL, WINDOW GLASS,
BRUSHES. SOAPS, COLORS, OILS,
TUBE COLORS, DYJi STUFFS,
VARNISHES, ETC., ETC.
WK solicit correspondence and nrler: from Dnici t I'lirsIrUna aad fieneral Store, In wan
of fuo-l In our line Mitimlxint, l'I.ilil..Uon ull 1 1 allilly .Medicine Cae furnll-t or . -fllle.1
w llli reliable Druga at reasonable ratea
WHOLESALE & RETAIL fiATn I RETAIL & PRESCRtTIOlS
74 Ohio Lovee. 1 I "'uihln-tO' Av., Cor. 8th St.
EOCHESTEE , VT. r
Should be sold by the Hardware J Canned
Goods Trade evcryv. '
:r :mtz rvi:? s;ai er tct ti:uzz t. Airs jrunx
mil neml Sinnplr, Vrtt, on rtetlpt of 93 Cnt.'
Wo havo roplonishod our Job Printing Office with
many fonts of now typo and have oilcr3 out for other
fonts of tho latest popular styles. Wo aro determined
to establish tho reputation of our offi ;e for first-class
work, aud make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foroign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any other of
fice in tho country. Mr. Oborly, admitted to bo ono of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing de
partment, and will ondeavor to give satisfaction to our
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.