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JOHN H. OBEBMf. Editor.
Tim riillmlelpfila TYmM FccS "full
nlic.nl" w lien tJrant and MrWtow lirenk.
Timfi rntifre clement in tlie Kentucky
lcllaturc elected Cnptnln Stone speaker
of the Home.
Skxatoh Moiito.v Is to receive the vote
ot MIihlpi for )rrl(lcnt In (lie Itepub.
licnu ennventleii, which explain wliy lie
wants tlie ltit eleetlon Invf-tlatetl.
ltakr, llic reverend ltaptlt nbti'cr of
Cairo, nt vtlicnc licad un luivc thrown a
newspaer brlckb.it ttiroiiu anoinereoi
11 in n ol tfil-s paper, U aiii'ry bec.iu.ic Ike
water Christian!' of the city would not
call lilm. lie Is one of the liollow-patcil
wretches who, unlit for anything ele,
lias taktn to the pulpit, nnd ?ennonie
with the dullness of nn oh) mw.
haiu orii's inoNi':ni.
Ilabeoek's trial will not take place till
Kebuary l.t. Guilty or Innocent, little
boy llab stand' a good chance ol getting
oil altogether. A Wn-hlngtmi dispatch
say. "While the statement cannot be
made om direct authority, there if teu
ton for believing that the pro-ccutioii i
by no means sanguine or being able to
convict lilm, ni the only evidence- thin
far obtained, and upon which the pros.
eiitlon rely, are lil private ti-legrntn to
Hobait, theHaplltchureh-bulhler, isa
gentleman wIkmUIU communities, tells
the people who have icllglou liielinings
toward subiner.-iou it a mean of grace,
that tlieythotild have a iliureh liotie :
that he Is the gentleman who can fiirni-li
them such a house, mid that he will. 1 le
then cat" their chickens, take little con
tributions, and, utter prayer.,, goes his
way and Is heard ot no me-ie for ever.
He Is the drawer of 5 long bow, but lie"
o religiously that no one can take excep
U r.xTTJI OMAN.
Considerable discussion hits arisen ol
late as to whether (.Jen. (Jeorge II.
Thomas had any Intention, at the begin
ning ot the late war, to take sides w ltli
the South. The Itlchmond DhpntcA of a
late date publishes a letter from Gen.
Thomas, dated January IS. 1S01, to Col,
.Smith, of the Virginia .Military In-tltitte,
making Inquiry as to the pay of the In
structor of tactics tu (Jut institution, fay
ing he leared, Iroin the then present ap
pearances, that It would soon be nctf -
tary tor him to be looking up some
means of support. The letter indicates
that Thomas then intended to east in hl
lot with the South.
URT AMI 1'IMI.
President Grant and Secretary I isli are
evidently apart on the Cuban (Miction,
and the probabilities ate that the secre
tary will not long remain In the cabinet.
Gram's Cuban project Is disagreeable to
"ih and both nppcar to be e'jually de
termined. In convention n ten- days
ngo President Grant made the insertion
that ilr. Kih had been "personally dis
loyal." The phrase, as applied to a
nembur of the. cabinet by the I 'resident.
Is susceptible ol explanation, but of
course President Grant understands it;
the general Impression Is that l'lsli will
soon vacate the portfolio of the Secretary
of State to make room tor an incumbent
who will be loval to Grant.
i.iitm: ijov nam akii m him
l XII I'toinn
Leslie's Illustrated weekly for January
Mb, contains a cartoon which is pretty
good worthy of Xast iu dcilgn aud exe
cution. Tim ceutral llgures are : Justice
iu the form of a woman, who carries In
tier lett hand a sworu ana 111 tier riglil n
chain and haudeutV. Geu. Grant U
seated In a larj,t! chair, with "Utile Boy
llab" In his lap. Ilab has in Ills baud one
end of a string, the other end
'of which in tied to a colled -ei pent, the
"worm ol the (crooked whl'kv) ntlll
About the lloor are scatteied "I.lttlu Hoy
UabV play things : A chicken with Its,
head cut oil', labeled San Domingo ; a toy
sword engraved wilh the words "engineer
corps l;. s.;" u tet of toy houses repie
seining "Public Works," and other play
tilings, all denoting some pie iu which
Little Hoy Hub, nt some time, lias had a tin
ger; Grant lias lit arms round llab 011 Ids
lap, ami between these two ami the woman
Justice, stands Henderson, wholntio
ducei the woman with the word: "Hen
is a lady w ho has came for Master Hah
cock." Master Hancock cries "lloo-hoo
l don't want to go" and his friend and
protector Grant ay"Don'iery,Uab. .She
shan't have you ! I discharge you, Hen
dcr-011, and 1 won't lc bothered by that
Lady any more." In (he back, ground
W the picture ofa penitentiary Joyce 1'
looking out ofa barred window aud Mc
Donald and Avery, Iu striped clothes,
are going in at the door. On the whole,
Nitst eould not have done better, with
the material,.thau LeslleVcarlcatiiiUthas
done. Hut .Vast has not tried his geiilu
on the whiskey ring yet.
"J. i. 11."
A writer In "TV.e .Standard," which Is
we believe, the principal organ of the
Hupttst denomination hi this State, has
been on "a trip through Kgypt." This
traveling correspondent signs himself J
P. U., aud In a column and a half of ''.
Stundard, gives his linpreisiou ol
and tilings In this part of Illinois.
Were the character of lit noiiiihitlnn m.
good hs illegality ot Its sutl.ihi ro would
be a considerable improvement 1.1,0.1 11,..
present- Mams, jtiuceu, whHu golu
throned this ini'Milliceut country.! line
often lound myself repeating the lines ol
me missionary uyinii,
Where ni-ry iircxi.wl idem-.
And only man u yI1."
flJtglunlng In this style,.!. P. H, pro-
ceeds to cxprejs his oplnlou of the people
or Southern Illinois hi the vicinity ot
Cairo and of the people of the city. He
found them In moral and Intellectual
d.irkncs, and believe lhl j the rcvon
this section was christened "ll-'vpt
"The typo ot rcliulMtx life loiuid nil
though this section, is little better than
n libel or burlp-iuo upon (.'liilnlatilly,"
To the best of our Information !. V. II.
came to Southern Illinois on u inl-lon of
ii.(iiliy Into the state of the. Hupllst
churches in this section. Wa believe,
while in this city he was received and
and entettnlned In the f.unlly of a very
estlmablegenllemaii and wa 11101 hos
pitably treated during liN stay. V be
lieve he vllted nnd eauie In contact with
a elass ol peoplo who are not ambitious
to beadyertNed a being In a unite of
either moral, Intellectual, ot lellgious
darkness, and who feel that
,1. I', fl would have shown 11
more enlightened CluijtlaiisplrltlihiiM'ir,
and a little better "breeding," if he had
tailed to make public to the world the
low estimate in which he place the peo
ple of Kgypt. He I. In nil piobnbility,
one of a uunicroiu clns ol vMtru whom
the eltl.eiis of Cairo an too Iieipiently
called upon tu entertain without money
and without price) and who leave u, to
abu-e our hopttalliy and pity our moral
and Intellectual darkness, a a compensa
tion tor our kindness.
She .1 unworn .'tin. N. J S.'h l.tinl.
My Di:aii "Mi:. S. J. S." I beg a
thousand paidons (or having delayed an
swering votir delightfully amusing letter
even one short day. I am sure you will
graciously overlook the little neglect,
w hen I assure you that all my spare time
was occupied with Centennial woik ot
the most harmonious mttiiie. Nothing
eUe ,-liould have deprived me of the sun
shiny half hour, which I usually devote
How can I ever thank you -ullii ieiitly,
my prcelou ft lend, for the watchful ten
derness with which you assure me you
have been .shielding me these many
weeks'; Xo one but the recipient ol'
such tavor can ever Hilly understand the
weight of my obligation to you. Ah!
necr betore did I o fully iealie tho
value of friendship 1 cling to you for
shelter from the world's cold blast-, as
the "ivy to the oak."
Do you know, dear, that I wa- so .stu
pid yesterday, though, that I failed to
perceive the shield you had placed
around me, itttheilt leading of your
pleasant and-dl verting letter? It en
dearing epithets, which ihe n'lrfral cil
tor of the (ii:cit niMook for "stinging
adjectives and caustic remarks," vividly
remind me of the mvhimi I havti heard
draymen bc-tow upon their mule when
beating them. Hut of course, it can't bo
so, for I have your assurances to the
Oh! It Is a sweet thought to me, tint 1
have one such Irieud.-ouc whom I have
not even the lellclty ot being personally
acquainted with, who yet profesc (9
read my character, better than old and
tried Iriends who have kuo' m lor
years. Hoivtviu It buo-an y oil clair
Vou htlkcr I am Geiievr.i, do you. dear
ono in uio tiamc 01 common sense, can
auv one tell mc what that lias got to do
with this Vtnltmtial Controversy, even If
were Genevra, which I do not admit?
'011 are snowing "the strength ol your
weakness," my friend, by leaving the
original subject ol dipute, to drag up a
topic long buried iu the pat, ami by in
dulging in what 1 am so dull as to con
trite into the coar-e-t, per-onal abuse.
Yvt say Genevra fought hard and victo
riously for truth and Justice. 1 11 that res
Iiut, 1 uiluitt nv re-.cnib!e me, fur
lit for truth and justice wmc. Hut, my
deuret, when you Intimate that I am op
posed to womanV rights, If you know
me half as well as you profos to, rou
know very well that you matronie a
wiak falsehood a very ('ndtlve plant of
an untruth, that will 'tirivel 1111 al the
Vou vaguely try to connect the Wo-
man's Club with the Centennial aoela
tlou. My dear woman, it won't do
people .itu beltei j at least people of
ordinary Intelligence, know that they
are dl-lluct orgunl.illoiis ; as iliU'urciit
hi their deigns a winter i I1O111 -inn-
mer. Vou cein to have it Iu your head,
that bceau-.e of tlie Woman's Club
ladles belong lo our association, it must
be one aud the same thin". Now. mv
love, it you dlil not allow all or your hi
telleeluat foliage to grow 011 one lde,
you would know that inch a ehargo I, a
absurd as it would he to say, that a man
cannot be ;m Odd I'ellow ami a chinch
member ; or 11 councilman and b.'long 10
a tlie company.
Just to be good-natured, and lo iclievc
you from all future anxiety 011 the nib.
jeet, I take pleasiiieln assuring you that
tlie Centennial Association Is iu 110 man
ner rvpouslblo for anything I have said
or done. have not nttdrd nUtelicc in
this mild skirmish, and you must not m.
Impulsively ludge other, by yoursell. .
to a committee being appointed to Inquire
hitoyotir atlalrs, the Idea Is so ridiculous,
It Is laughable: Why, my dear Mr-, s.
J. S., If you only knew or iiow ery Unit
importance you are to our Association,
you could not help being coveted with
contiicioii, that your vanity had ever led
you Into thus exposing your.elf.
And now, as you have virtually ae.
kuowiedged your Inability to defend
yourself, by leaving the battle lluhl and
sheltering your.elf behind a skeleton,
and as thU charming little controversy
has been perfectly delightful to us. but
is no doubt becoming nauseating lo the
pumic, 1 proposo we cIom) It. if, 1W.
ever, you me not yet salaried, ami
. 1 1.1 . ........ .. .
nouom u 011 Faying "scissors," of
coure, iielugatruo woman, will echo
'sclM)iV foiever, and so It will K 0
as long as the l!i;i.u:riN nud Uavtttvx.
isis, or we noin live. In such a easy I
would mildly suggest that wo select shot,
guns and collco for two, or broomstick
If you prefer it, and appoint a meeting
at the earliest possible moment. The ed
itor ot th G:cttc, will no doubt, be only
too happy t,, K. yoiif second, and as my
death would r,.,.vo t. ,.,j(or ( tm
mil m hi 11
Hi i.i.kiin. of a wccl.lv seourgon Ion1
letters, he will be glnd to hasten that dc
slrable event, by bclmf present lilinelf,
to cce that there U no mistake about the
Cairo, .lau.-t. H"".
1,111 roitiAi, Miii,'i,
Lome and wife are to come to the
Hon. Alexander II. Stevens is lx
lleved to lie dying of a bronchial alVcc
tlon. Wlue was viitually abolished nt the
receptions in Chicago on N'ew Year's
dav, whereat Hie city press ivjolccs.
Gen. .I.D. Ward, i.de Culled States
dl-trict attorney, has been retained by
some of tlie recently arrested distiller hi
Chicago, n counsel.
A l.'crliu dispatch claim that the
Dynamite Kiend was born and educated
In Germany. St. I.ohI and other place
who claimed him lor their own, should
now bo sntl'lied.
Hon. It. II. Hlil of (ieorgl.i .-ays that
ol all the publlu men In Washington
Senators liayard and Thurmaii me tho
only ones who rise to the level of slates
matishlp. Columbu. ohlo, expended, dm lug
the past year, money a follows : Public
Improvement, $fiO:t,!KK): uiauul.'ictnrie'.
.-170,00; ; buincs houses, lU.iKii) : mi
ecllaiieous iniproventent.s.Sl-lo.fiOili dwel
lings, ftil-l,M.4); grand total. $2,neii,t).K).
- IVtcr-burg (Va.i Aj'ji-ii .- "The Na
tional Idiot, organ of tlie president,
charges ox-Senator Herds, of MUsi-slppl,
with being a Whlte-Uncr." Hevel Is
a black as the ace of .spade ; jca, verily,
as black as the ace of clubs. Hut there is
no lie too monumental for the lladical
oiraii to tackle and get Ihe best of."
The Canadian government has been
notilled thattlie siuveys ol the Canadian
I'acltle railway from both ends of the
route have been connected. The con
nection N iu latitude .( deg. C mill. 'M
see. north, and longitude li:i deg. inbi.
1 5 see. west. These chain;- of accurate
Instiumental meastiiemeiit aie the llr-t
of the kind that have ever been made
between the Atlantic and the Pacilic
within Hie limits of the Dominion.
A revival of tho 'Vm-Karly .-caudal
1 ceeiitly i-tlie occasion of tlie following
special dispatch to the Chicago Tribvur
Irom Hockford: Mr. IMwatd
II. Grigg, or Chicago, who
ha- been accused of writing the
77.M-Karly scandal letter, sent an open
letter to Kocktonl. In wlilcli lie mala-an
umpialifieil denial of the whole eharge.
and demands a speedy trial at the bauds
ol the people, lie expre'-e his willing
ness to waive the statute of limitations
and .stand trial on the merits of the case.
There is still a good deal of talk, but the
above I- ically the only new feature of
A KANSAS CRIME.
Suits Against ihe Absent Boss.
The Memphis KaufyixigS'
Scandal, Etc., Etc.
Crime In K:iuvi
KjiViss)Citv, Jan.!!. Tho Kansas ( Ity
Timrs has a lull account of the al tempted
minder of J. G. Mar-hall, of Alexander,
.Madi'ou county. Indiana, by W. T. Al
ford, at Great I'.end, Kansa. which present-
one of the wor.-t pluc- hi the an
nals of the times.
Mr. Mar.-hall was coming west to buy
a farm and met Alford 011 the car.-, ami
by bis rfpie-ciitatious wa- Iiitluced to no
to (Jrcat Hentl, where Allonl lived. Tlicv
arrived at night and i-turted out to Af
ford' house. When about a mile from
tlie town Altortl attempted to murder
Marshall, shooting him iu tlie temple.
He escaped iu the darkness ami tduntlltcd
Allonl next day.who was sent to jail
by a justice. On Saturday night a mob ot
fifty collected at tho jail, attempting
to "ct Alford to lynch lilm. Tiior nried
otf Mime of tlie bars of tlie door, and one
01 uio iyiiciier.,a i-rcncninaii named i!o-
lamio, crawled through the opening to
unbar tiie door of the pri-oner's coll. lie
was Immediately attacked by Alford and
ciled for help. A pistol was handed
him, but Alford wrenched It away aud
shot liohiuilo fatally hi tho abdomen,
Irom which he tiled on Saturday night.
The mob then look Alvord to hang him,
but in .tlie tlarknci-s ami excitement he
escaped. He was ic-capturcd on Sunday
mid Is now in Jail at Great Head, guarded
by a large number of the best citi
zens, who nr.i determined to maintain
law nnd oidct.
Tlie 7W also has a special from
Seneca, Kan-as, tho home of l.aiipiu, the
defaulting state treasurer, stat'inir that
It wa ascertained to-day that l.apphi
and Ser.ill'ord was owing nearly llltv
tliou-aicl dollar-lo parlies in Ncmcha
count. SeraH'ord wlio ! l.appln'.-Iitotber-lii-law,
abscondcil lust alter the
expo-iirt! of the -chool board frauds and
lias not since been heard 1 1 out. All hi-
pciMinai pniperiy wa- attacheil to-ilav
and suit, for over ;2i).lHj() were brougli't,
avaln-t l.appln mid SeiMllonl to-day at
Nenei-a, one of them being by I.apniu's
lamer lor J,(i!)d aud another bv Hrm.er,
Hie i-oiuiiMiea-iircr of Neuieha county,
i"i .11111111, yiynrj tor wiueii lie uoiils Lap.
pill's receipt as state liea-iircr. I.aiiiiiu
tun not account lo hi- succe-or for this
laucr amount, nun it is In doubt, which
set 01 iioinisiueii tl.appln's or limner's)
inn mm-111 imiv 1 in- ins, tircat e.Mite
uieiit prevails nt Sennea iu e ill-eiiiietice
ol to-day's ilevclopiuents.
lll'IIW IICll tilling 1.1 it 11,111. c.
Sr. Josr.mi, Mo,, .Ian. :t. - A fatal aeeb
lent occurred at l.:d:.i ( 'iii.li iiev iv.i
mile-below this diy, on S'ltunlnv night,
by which tour iiei,iin iin.'i,, if;-..t
George W-on,n while man, aiiilTlioinas
1"'';';!l'(Ji''i .Well, ,ie Wells, mid Itel-
,1 cu, coioicn, stal led across the lake
iii mumi a iiauco 011 Ihnoiiposlii! Mile
v lieu lney got within iltt v v.uils of the
siioi.miio boat began to leak and soon
"on wmi water. ii'ou iunipeil out
mil Mifccciicii 111 swimming to wlime ho
mini wwi', wuuo tun olheris wen
uitinncii 111 ivu ici'iot water. 'I helrliodle
1 were rccoveied yesterday.
! Hie i'lillllnliiM I li it 1 1'1 ,-.
1. 'oi.i. MlilW. O., Jan. It. The coroner
Jin nci 1 1111 inipte- to-ttiy on the body ol
i.iiiim j-ciers, 1110 young woman who
V . .r,a",ru:,l H' was lliought,
iiiiiii:iuiis circiimiai ces, a ver
' 1II0I j r. ...... 1 !... . 1... .11 , 1
.1,, iiFiiuii nun Mm men irom causes
unknown to thu Jury. On the strength
Mo mi i.cti 11. .Myers, wiioin the -drl
; c hiirycd with bclhg tho father of "ho
. mini, mih icieasvil IIOIU jail, milCll In
griiiiiic'iiiouiii very many pioiniinmtiiiid
fullilulillnl ft lends here. 'I I'. Myer aid
lie had never had any but biines ion
tieetlons with the woman halug lieen
retained to collect certah monies
ik r, mid that he never uv her until
about tlin e mouths ugo.
TtieMiillw Aenlosl I'twcil.
Nt:w Voiik, Jan. .'!. 'heio was a
large attendance In tie' f prcine c'oiut,
circuit pari No. 'J, before Judge We.-t-brook
this iimmlng, tlictwJsultsngainst
Win. M. Tweed for 5d.lXO.Jil0 and Si,.
(K10.UIK) behnr lirst on tlie cdandcr. 111.
M. Tweed, Jr., was the ony member ol
Ihe Tweed family prc-cnl Argument
was begun by David DudliV I'leld, elr.il
Iciiglug the array of lb' twenly-four
struck Juror.s in easuXo. 1 The "court
declined to set down cac J o. J j-or ,IV
pat ticuiar day until defend lid's, coun-ul
had seen the papers.
Tlie I)r'B'i ol'llie Ilccellie Ncimiiul. ,
liuooMAN. Jan II. The p'oseeutlon of
l.oeder and Price, Indicted or perjury 111
connection with the Tlltoiiceeher trial
otl.istvear was dl-i ouilmHl to-day on
the application of the dM'tet attoVuey
for 11 null'' iru.- 'j.n lielore Jldge Morse lit
the court of -cssions, the g'ounds ol the
motion l.elug that the allli'ivits of tlie-e
pcison- weie not lil.tde t be used ill
coin t. but simply to nll.'f public opin
ion. Tito lllllllnus .cs I'l'ldii.t.
MiiMniK. Jan. .'!. ScuJ 'lds are beliu'
erected ill tlie Jail yaid here mid in the
com t house yard at Hfi'tleit, for the ex
ecution of Prank Scottand III 11 Wllllani",
hoili cidored, who in-' lo lie hung next
have been made if any of the paltic
concerned in the .-I Jotiug iu Ihe lioltou
Stliisou homicides at Handolph landing.
Si'iiiN'oi iv.t.u, Jan. ;t. -'t'he ope
ratives at tlie lll.ii.Unu woolen miles liavu
struck on a' com. of u ten per cent, re
duction. Tney lave binned the home of
tlie mill maiiagi 1 and threatened hi life.
A Hull Million Sleitl.
Ni:w Voiih, Jin. ( hartes II. Heck
with, former coitiilcutlai clerk id' Ileuja
mlii T. It.ibbit". tlie well-known soap
manufacturer, v.n coniinitted to iall to
day without b.il to answer the charge ol
eiitbcylcuu ut. I'lie aiiioimi of the de
falcation now nowii is liHl.OdO. and
mav rc.uh Niiw."00.
Iln .ijir ol' n IICHjif ri((,.
N sil 11 1.1:. Jail I!. Hill Siiidh. a in
toriou crliiilii.il Mid dcsoenido. eseaned
irom the penitentiary last nfi;hl. He had
fcrvcd two years nut ofa term 01 twtntv-
Ilnrk mil .1 Pi tlncii.
Hfi iai.o. Jan. j.--TriMurer Hoik lias
not returned as expected but w ill i.roli-
ably return this atieruooi. He claims.
that Ills partner, James S. I.you. is eul.
pable a- him-eif in tlie transactions.
A W'jis. til 1, :j ; 011 Wedding.
l ioia llic .-prinj it-tit l!i.ll,liinl..
At a wedulng on Satur.tay, where Ihe
bride bad mil the gordiau limit from one
hii-hnud aud wa- marrying another, the
Hiis-lau Miiilfler nnd wile wr re pie-ent.
At this wedding, which wa- that ol .Mrs.
Carrie Carroll and -Mr. Doveton Ilaggaid
of the Hritish legation, none of the Kpi
copal clergy of thl- eily would perform
the ceremony, although Dr. l.ewl-, ot St.
JoliuV (iuirch. h id iiiairlcd the lady,
lour year- ago, to Colonel Kinney, irom
whom -hew s divorced a little more than
a year ago. The l!ev. Dr. PoMlethwallc,
of the Hummed Kpiseopal Church, wa
ned ro scrupulous, and came, from
Haltimore to tills city and mar
ried tlie parties, who all tor
Knglaiitl 011 the l.'th. I have undur-,-tood
that (Jin en Victoria will not re
ceive a lady ut court who ha- been di
vorced. Now. what 1- to In; tlnni! abrtiit
it? 'I'hc "ciitlemnn bclon-'s lo llm home
olllce, and takes Ids bride to London. Of
oiirso he will wi-li to nre-cut his wife to
his ,-oycrclgu. and there would be dread
fill mnrtllicntion if one of tlie ari-tociacy
of Wu-ldngton v,asicfu.-eil an iiiidlenee:
for was not her marriatrc houoicd by tlie
pre-eneeof tli(pre-!d( nt.and ino-t. t our
iii-.tocraiic circle.' toi. Money, the
lirst husband, is roaming tlie wild- of
r.urope, aud there might be some ugly
contretemps should the pair meet, us
was tlteca-o once, when Higelow Law
rence was secretary of legation, and Ids
divorced Kentucky wife, with another
husband, was enjoying a bih'al tour
across tlio ocean.
iliel.et 111 lliv inail.i l. lo nil (,f
SAWED AND SPLIT WOOD.
Orders Dolivorcd to any part
of tlio City Promptly.
Loavo Oi'rlors nt Cryatnl Ualoon,
or nt tho Company's Olllco, at Nar
row uhuku uopoi.
TEItMG Wctt CiihIi on Dnlivnrv
JAMES K. LANE.
C.it St. Id TruiilrCo.
Our MutUusa & UM'i,
NONI'. but I'u.-i 1 Usa (,'iim,:nilivi lil'ie
V. BT A II MS UIJ D 185H.
lo in r.d
7!i OHXO I,F,VE,
City Natlouid EaiiU Rullillatr, up-itolri,
Vim Olticiit Hfctulillnhud Aacncy in Hout
tin Illinois, iBinuueiitlni; ovni'
r 000 000
'Pill, h.ilf i.r aluiil, Iii,hi,, ciiiiliiiiili.K linir
1 11111111-, iiivi.c r I liiii nil. ii.4 1 ultiv i-lim-l,
i i r.
II III III.
vx, y ..iks-jv.Tjnu.i ej .I'M si-p UH
v v,i'"J-n.iinvl.1? J'0",ro;dd net nn Rood a Ciftar nnyau would wlah to r.moko fo
. Y-VJ. "",B' ",ul Kvurylwily iiinol.cit tJiim. IJiniuu thu wur irolil wuut uptoUUU
'.V.. 1. ,r,."fl si.',lli ,uii neeoijliimly. Ooltl I110 conn buck, tint RIkhim neein lo hold
i...?....ii. ,i !1' ,M,tll ,,,?i 11 10 ow'nif. to h icitnlii xtont, to tho iidvuiieo.l coit or
.. V.l i?.i V1.'.01 !ii?.UI ' lij'0- nntiaovrnm,mt tux, tint tpu Htlll uiuatai-uxltut, to
u roiuoiilo.m funhlonof luellniTiwlittiiiiHl to cull lorn live tient Ulnar.
( tin, IiijhiO'.m linil-i I.J tin llc (,r .ul.-t,.- M,i, ;,,,, n riml.l, , to ywr llic IlliiHf cnlcliRllr.1
I ticiirnt 11 c'i-l Hi inrrlj-neti-ii iht ci'iit in , !; , M.m.n,. im. 1 . inn i.nxImiMi rinur ol
ciiiiil Hii.lil.v, II1111 clvln if llH-lrn.'iilinM.i.. ,111m ,iv n. -him.Ii m.ikiri Willi tt '.itxikir In ril
1 iirnr lur ci iiiJ wc ii'nip iK-iiiicniir iialrmi-i
vaimihs mm am mum mm mi m tm ce k
llii'lli.iiiiil.:iiiiii'i-nv,viii,lii. tiVnicI Unit Hit-iiuim.iiii ..r - in ilin urrfcr lo Inn lliflr t'lifiii i
lli.i iimiI IIh-iii. livcoil.iilf I llic Chili il liviroii; the tiMi'iiili , iii-tcul uf llic luiinii in i.n li,i
liivii IIih nitc. In 11iiii- a -liiitlft li'iirm llio -sine nili' 11 tit,,, li n, III11 , urn Imi
ll ii.,iiililnij 11 -IukI- bkcih'i, in ! lily. lli.- miitiui-.iIp ii., l,i..i,... n-dim- llicir In., and
ciim--, .oi'l i'i i up Hi- in ilil ..I' tin- : ivu , l,,r I'w imitii it u1l1.1111.-1ri' 11I IIk-iiih-Im-, llir c ,!.
11111111 r . it 11-1 llu o 11 -' cl
Ci'vo 4h.om a KSfxlal and jbs Cors.vin.cod.
Bole Agents, Cairo tila.
Prices Speak Itonder than Wo?:df4
Gfea'.csi Intlucomcnts Dcr Offered lo Customers
l.'v.-iyL&dy in Invlttd to Cill -md I-'xauiliic our Iniiuviisc Stock of
Miliaw'r.A.i iaJ uAx vjSA v-.Tr-.v3 'Vcrv' vCocy ?VIUjj
VltitU Must W KiHtucnd In tlio nxt Tlilrty Dujh.
LOOK AT OUR PHiCES !
All Dress Gtiotla ant) Silks Retiuceti
Vu 1M.1 Eotcrmluod to P.oduco our Sloe!:,
Voolon Goods, Ifnbins, Soarfa,
JitoiiKOtu, i'lannois, anu uomsntic uooun at I'riccB novor
thought of boforo. Our Stock of Hosiery, und Olovou
lteduccd to LowcHt Figures, tmd nnprficodcntcil
Uargains in Ladies' uud Children's
Kid Giovco an OA'ercd.
7Zrj3J. Price "STovl?
no, cull on us for Ladies', Mibscq' and Children's Umlorvcnr, for
"j?aney Qoodn suitnblo lor Holiday Prescnte, for Bilk
Tics and Senrft), and for Ilibbona.
llarn it by buyinu Ladies', ChilJrcn'n and Mmnco' Custom Undo Shonu
ni uur uouso. ijxtraoruinary uargaina In
HOUBEKEEPING GOODS, NAPKINS. TOWELS, TOWELING,
I.LOTHB AND WINDOW SHADES.
importer and Wholesale Doalor In
62 OHIO LEVEE, - - CAIRO, ILL.
Koops a full st-JCk of
Monongahela, Ryo and Robinson Oonnty
FRENCH BRANDIES, HOLLAND GIN,
KELLY ISLKI) AND CALIFORNIA WHTBS.
lf;niiim liimilily, llic tic! Hith(nliti'l ,
ttiuti ol dm Siliiil In llm Worlil."
HARPER'S MAGAZINE, j
KDTICKrt 01" 'lifts I'llCSS.
Tlio fWT Itu-reaiilii clrt illation ol IUIh
cxui'llAlil moiillily pi-o04 iu continued
adaption to popular itoslrcii nnd iikihIh. In
dcvd, wlicn wo tldii):lnto Iiow niuiiy Iioiiiub
It iiciictiMtcM ovciy nioidli, wn imiht con
filler It ur mm ol'llio ciliii'iitur-i as woll nn
ciitorlidnci'K ofllio public mind, lor It :ut
populuiity b.is Ihlii wen by no iipponl to
xtlipld l icjildit c or doinu'icJ taUOrt, Hoi.
Tlio cliiiihclor lilub tidi ,Ma'fizlri(i ini
mwo for variii'y.tiitcrtnl-.e.nrtii-tlo woaltli,
mid llUi'tiry c.tilliiru Hint I1.11 kept pace Willi,
If It bus not led tliu lliiio?, ulirinld c.iiiho II
condiii'loiK to rcK ird It with liltlli.ibiu t out
pbu't'iicy. ltubo cntltlcH ilium to ni'rcat
claim upon tint publlu ;,'i:illl mlv. 'Tho
MajTi.iiic linn ilnnu uooil'unil ii'it nvll nil
I lie d.i)u ol ltnllfu. Ilronl.lyn Ilnylc.
I KltilS :
I'Odliicn IVcc to Hlbn:rItMTH In the tliilld
Ilitrpci-'H .MoKattlnn, onu yc.tr. ...it Ol) J
$1 Oil IncltidcH iirop.ij im n tol II, s, I'Mil
ko by llm pnblMii'lK, !
.Silb'i'l'ltilliiii to llaipui'n Mmtitzinc, !
Wueldy, or Uumtr, to onu mldium lor ono
year, (Jill Cllj or two ol llaipur'n pailndU
call", to ono iiddniij lor ono year, if J liilj I
postafji) free. I
An nxtr.i copy ot (iltlinr tiiti Jtaj;ai,Iiu, '
H'notdy or Itazar will lio nipjillcd urall for i
ovciy club of llvo niliHilburH at l 00 tmcli, I
in nun iciiiiii nice; ur mx eopiiH lur f'-ll 0",
wlllioilt e.Mra topy; po-UK" flee,
liael; nunibiis call bu nipiiiltul nt any
A cdinjileto ot of Harpcr'M MuKintlno,
now coinprislnf; -III Milunnv, In noal clnlli
lilndln, will bo neiit by iiN'pnw), lrei'lit at
the o.vpnm of purclincr, lor 'i Ufi per
Voliinic, hinln Milium K, by mall, pontpr.ld,
t'i DO, Clotti vmv, fur bludliit', hH cuiiIh,
by mall, I'O'tp dd.
jr-.Nowfpiiiii'iii arn not to copy this ml.
vcillMiinciit without tho vxprirtH olden ot
itaipcr .V Hrothcrii.
AddrM llAltl'MIt ,V lilto'l'IIUnS, N Y
5w - sra - v.h.or
LESS THAN EVER BEFORE
in Frice !
Siiawls, Cloaks and Furs Mailcetl Way Down!
and Pi icon will not btaiid in our Way !
Jackets, etc., ut a Groat Ilnurillco,
J-OIIN II. HULKEY,
AfKoi'tiey ai Vmw.
OKl'lCI,:- At ifHiilc-ii in Ninth 8lil, l,e-
.. . lw'"'" W'n-liniuliin iiicnnciiml Walnut SI.
Yyi.,T.iAT U. fjaiiur, w. u.
HKsii:N(;i:: s llilrlmiilh kin-it, Iv
Iwmn Vulihi,liiii Ht line Mel Wnliiiil tlii-r I.
OrTIIJi:: Ninth uUi ot Khjhtli ,,,t In-tWK-n
Cmanii-rcl.il Hint AVunhlnillnii ut nili".
1 V. UUTTIIItlU, K. 1).
Ikiriiir Ninth uml W'ulnii
OKKH.'i;: (Joriier Sixth Nliwl ami llhlii I. ic,
OiTICr: IIOllltH. I'liimlia tu. pin, , nml
rum 3 In H n in.
(!ATEO CITY BINDIlRy,
T. O. XJCrjo'lr-ii,
UWMW AiTl) BLANK HOOK
llnllotln Tliitldliiir, (Jar. Twelfth Btieot
unci VuuliliiMton AviiiuiH,
Oaivo, XI li uoiw.
t3"l'oiiniy and Itiilliuiid ii'inl. u Kicclalv.
lj10lt Ihu Bpi'Hily itim of hi-iolnul Wciikiii'ss,
l Uut .Miuilma.l mm till illnui'itirij Iiuiiik'IiI
on by tnillirivllniis or cvivm. Any DrncKl-t
huh inn iiiki-iiii'iiii
K. llll.THN.ttl .
T.cailiup; Jouinal of Southorn
Will Mu:idfally op;,oe tlie 'licl!i of tti
ltc.iibllcMi iirty, mid rvfiui to lie tr.-rni-nibll'd
i, Ilia illctAtlonof anycll'iic In tlio
It iiituvu Ui.it tlie ItopnMlcin parly iib
fultUIod IU iuUkIoii, bint ttiat tlio lltiiio
cratlo jurty us uow oraiilcl i-liouli. 1 1 re-
tnrcil to jiowcr.
It bidluvo tlio It.ndlcMl tTrmmy tint lin
f--r kuvcral yearn o.prdhicil tlie .olltli
I1011I1I be ov.irtlirnivii nml the prnjilc rt tuo
Soutliern Sliton pfriiilttcd In control llipir
It believe tTi.a rallinad ciriiomttoii
ehutili) bo iiruhlblttd by Icflfldlv.' crm t
limit from extorting nnd imjn-tly diuriin
liullnin tliclr liiili)ov trmo-nctlouh ivltli
It reoj(ti!o tlie equality of all men be
f ire tliu Uw
It ndvoculef Tree cmuigerre lirlU tor
1 e 1 11110 only.
II il70Aut8i renruptliiu ol j.ecic
mem, nnd linnet p) niptit of tlie public
It ndrouatw vcniinmy in tlie snlniiiintii
ttnn nt pulillc htlairii
AS A NEWSPAPER
Tin: Uilletin will pnhlhih all tho local dcwj
( I ('alio, und n variety ut Commo'daf, Vo
lition!, I'orciti and (k-n' ial Nuwn, mid n
dcuvor lo pleiisc .ill luites and Inlcie-t iffi
Is a thirty-two cniiiinn paper, tiiinihcii to
"UlU'-tlllCTK foi the low pi li e o
$1 2.' PER YE Alt,
I'nsUge prepaid, It In llm chcupci-t p-tj'cr
III tho Went, unit U a pleanlni; KlrCFHic
VUltoraint P'amlly Compuiilon,
C.innot fall In tee tho r: ''valoil lmliitr
iiioiiUoU'crcd bv TIib liiillctln In thu way
ol cheap und lirolilnhln ndvcrtliiciiiciiti
ii v r i'ii t i -j i iniMn i mm tmM matuim mi iibj