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THE DAILY CAIRO UULLETIN: SUNDAY MOKNING, DECEMBER 7. 1870.
TWO NIGHTS ONLY;
3Toinl.iv & Tuesday Pec. &
I'lM .ii-itr:inro In this city of the toniivvncd
O po va Compau y ,
I'udor tint direction of K. E. J. MILKS, manugt r
drnnil Opera House, Cincinnati.
liilhert A SiilIivu'Coiulc Nmillral Opera In two
H. 31. S. Pinafore.
Immense Cant of Chnractor: Sifters, (oimlna.
Aunt, Marluea, Sallura, etc.
E. M. Cl'Tt-EH, Miilrll)lrtctor ud Conductor,
Kntirc Now Scenery.
Ova nil Cliorns ami Orchestra.
HUES C.OIX, UuIiu-n Manager.
SC ALE OK I'KlCK.s
Ailmisiou M ccntm Ili'mwil Scats V." vent ;
( liililrni IN ci-iitH,
ltiiBcrvtd Suat for Mtlu at Dan'l llarimao'c
Oldest Jewelry House In Soutlit-rti Illinois.
Established in IBM.
Just Iti-ceivod and I'ouMantly Hoculvlii" at
KI). A. BUDEU'S
No. 10t Commercial Avanue, noariilh St.
Magnificent Diamonds and Fine Jewelry,
Cameo, Onyx, Coral and Plain Setts,
flings Necklaces, Chain and
liond Bracelets, Watches,
Chains, Stnds, Sleeve
Gold Pens, Set It
ple and Dinid
r ii le Si her- Plated
Ware, Sterlin? Silver
ware, Knabc and Prase Pi
anos, Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
Estey Organs, Brass, String and
Heed Musical Instruments & Trimmings.
ItrDo not fall to Incpcct liln stock' before pur
dialling. Ille guarantee to fell at New York. St. I.oul
ir (Jtakairo pricr. No necexi-ily for wendine from
faouiu for Hue and cheat) kochI.
JJOrd'TM liy Express and .Mail eolidted and
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
C i) A LINK.
T HAS NO EQUAL
House Cleaning Purposes, for
Washing Clothes, for
the 'Hath. etc.
No .AoUl. No I.imt.
No UiH:iigiHlle t ilnr.
No Pottissli. Invaluable.
COAL I N K
Vur Washing Clutlit-a it excel everythlni;.
CO A LIN 111
For Cleauluu I'aii.t there Is nolhiiii; like It
yr Washing Ulshen aud Windows it is excellent.
Vif CleaMlui; StfpmMonJ or Marble) it naves labor.
Vor the Hath It leave the skin soft and while.
I'lir Oaning Carpets It will remove dirt stain...
For l.eu.Til IloU'i hold Cleaning Ii Is ludl-pi'ieeiliie.
COAL I.N K
Will n-t Injure any fabric.
I sold by the Agent
Also by .1. 11. M ETC ALT',
, A WEEK in your own town, aud no
'capital rlakcd YiiHi can ;,vc thu
kuiiaiona inai wiiuom expense,
Pl'tiii best opportunity ever offered for
those willing to work. You should
trr uothitu elsu till yon for vuiir-
e.lf what yon ran do ut the biislncas we oiler. No
rtioni toexpUlu liere. You ran ilevot all your
timn or only your spare time to the business, 'unci
viialo great pay fur every hour' that You work.
UVien make, as miirh as 'men. Howl for aiiieliil
,fi'etriu awl particulars, whlcli wo mall tree.
JPiflatnl fw. llon't enmplnln of hard times while
you havo aiu b a rhaui'v. Acldnw 11. 11 A 1. 1. K I T A
IIP., I'oit'.snd, Maine.
THE 'DAILY BULLETIN.
ICNTKIlKt) AT TIIK l'OST OKFICK IN CAIUO, IL
LINOIS, AS SEl'ONIM'I.ASS MATTKU.
01 i-ICUI. rAI'EUOK AUEXANllKU COUNTY.
Only Jlorninj Daily in Southern Illinois.
OUR CHIP BASKET.
FILLED WITH INTERESTING LOCAL
CHIPS OF ALL SIZES.
Fancy crackers, fresh and nice tit
Pettis fc Rinn's.
The 1i:li.etin is htill the ollicial pa
per of Alexander County. ,
Go aud see the display of Toys, mid
other holiday gixds tit Stvaiit's,
The best Dairy butter in the city tit
Pettis k Hum's.
-We tire still selling nt old prices, not
withstanding the rapid ndvanee in prices.
Ask to be shown the handsome articles
that he has instore. It will pay you to
call at Ilartman's.
AYe give place this morning to a com
munication, from "XXX,'' on "What is
Man." It will be i'otiml, if not instructive,
at least interesting.
Our stock of new canned woods is
complete and very cheap. Try them.
Pettis it Htito.
The poetry in this morning's issue,
'"Alone witli my Conscience," by I. A. L,
is worthy of a place in these columns and
speaks for itself.
New Orleans Sugar and molasses,
new stock at bottom prices.
Pet ns it I!i no.
Something handsome in camp chairs,
don't fail to see them before all are sold.
Buyers of dry goods will do themselves
great injustice by not inspecting our stock
of goods, before buying elsewhere. We
solicit a visitof inspection. Stlaiit.
Genuine Vermont maple syrup and
New York Huckwheat, at
Pettis & Bum.
Gov. Cullom has issued his proclama
tion offering a reward of I'.'OO for the arret
of John and Robert Taylor, who murdered
two brothers named Eichenand, at Chan
dlerville, November 23.
See our display of 'Iys, Dolls ami
Fancy Goods on our 5, 10, 25 and 50 cent
counters on Monday. Stl aiit.
A new lot of overcoats, suits and gent's
furnishing goods received at A. Marx's.
Latest styles hats, caps, etc. "Wheel of
fortune" scarfs, celluloid collars and cuffs.
A tine stock nt low prices.
Our Patent Fire Kindler, is the best in
the market. Pettis it JliiiD.
Don't fail to call at Ilartman's and ex
amine his large assortment of holiday
goods, which consists of many new and
useful goods. Call early and avoid the
Try our choice now extra sugar cured
hams, breakfast bacon and shoulders.
Pettis it Hum.
We caught the rumor yesterday that
one of our good citizens beamed with
pleasure the cause of which was an en
tirely new baby ; but being in doubt about
the affair, we withold the name. The baby j
is said to weigh ten pounds, naked? j
Grand display of Toys, Japanese and 1
Lacquered Handkerchiefs, Gloves and Jewel j
Ruxes, together with nn endless vat jety of I
fancy goods and notions bought expressly for j
the holiday trade at Stuart's popular and j
reliable Cash Dry Goods House.
Queen Victoria is recovering. Some
body tried to blow up the Czar. Congress. '
man Springer has an interest in none htm- j
dred million estate, and the "Faultless" is '
the best five cent cigar ever smoked. Sold j
by F. Korsmeyer, wholesale and retail. j
The crossing on Commercial avenue ex-
endtiug from Kulge's grocery to I birtiuun's !
(picensware store, is in need of repairs, j
Dining the late rainy weather several of
our citizens interested themselves enotp'h !
in it to place boards over the worst parts j
ofi it. It should be reconstructed. !
We have been asked tint question : j
"How long will pedestrians, on Washington
avenue, be required to walk around the ob
struction of the sidewalk, between Fourth
and Fifth streets;" We give it up. Ask
us something easy. We suppose, ns long as
the mud lasts V make it disagreeable. '
Marx had a busy day yesterday, not
withstanding the withdrawal of the Cairo
& Vincinnes excursion train. He und his
assistants were given no rest from morn
ing till night. He has ail itninenso stock,
nnd people will go where they can get the
best goods, at lowest prices,
In our report of the temperance meet
ing yesterday appeared the following sen
tence: "We never listen to Col. Lowry
without regretting, even when the hall is
crowded, our citizens can notienr him."
AVe wrote it: "That moke or our citizens
can not hear hint"- but thi printer who, set
it well, itrny he rest in peace,
An exchange snya that the city dads of
Mound City, having received the insurance
money on the public buildings destroyed
in the big life some $!M0 instead of
using it to replace buildings, records, sido
walks, etc.,liave loned it to private parties,
whereat the citizens are Justly indignant.
-The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows of
II linos have decided that a member of the
order who is guilty of carrying con
cealed weapons and by accident (.or other
wise) wound himself with the same, is not
entitled to benefits made and provided for
disabled members, The decision is a
righteous one. The' order in no way en
courages the violation of law, but to the
Elegant lino of dress and trimming silk
of all shades and qualities, nt greatly re
duced prices. J. HcntiEU.
The city council held a special meeting
yesterday afteroon to take action with ref
erence to the death of Alderman O'C.illa
han. Ry resolution passed, the council will
attend the funeral in a body. A commit
tee consisting ol Aldermen Wright, Line-
gar and Howley was appointed to draft re
olutions of respect.
The Cairo & St. Louis railroad, under
its present management, bids fair to
over-come all difficulties and take its place
among first-class railroads, financially and
otherwise. Its freight traffic is larger than
ever before. The coal mines along its line
are now run to their full capacity. Its
bridge?, from St. Louis to Murphysboro,
have all been renewed; the road bed has
been laid nud many other improvements
have been, and are being made daily.
Sheriff Hodges' report ot collections
came under the eyes of the board of county
commissioners this wck, and was found
correct in every particular. The total
amount of collections made by the sheriff,
footed up, in round figures, ITo.TOO. The
collections of taxes for 1878, in the whole
county, lacked but about $700 of clearing the
tax books. In the past years the forfeitures
have been nearly that many thousands. The
amount of the county taxes forfeited, of the
levy for 1878, was only 204. The city
corporation taxes forfeited was 228 fd.
This is about the closest collection made
in this county in a decade, and the sheriff
is entitled to a great deal ot praise for the
energy he has displayed. We may add
here, for the "benefit of nil concerned, that
he is ready to settle up with all the school
treasurers in the county.
A gentleman residing on Tenth street,
who is not what may be termed a "chronic
kicker," has called our attention to the con
dition of the sidewalk on that street, near
the corner of WnsTiington avenue; since
which time we have taken a look at that
locality, and must admit that his com
plaints are well grounded. The sidewalk,
for about sfvmity feet on thu north side, is
littered with brickbats, tnorter. refuse, lum
ber, etc., and over the sidewalk are a num
ber of high trestles, under which the
pedestrian must pass, und fortunate is he.
if his'head gear escapes injury t orn con
tact therew ith. A little further on is a pile
of filth thrown from an excavation, which
completely covers the walk to n Mepth of
three feet, and adjoining this is a wagon
load or more of cinders, left in a pile in the
middleof the sidewalk. The next obstruc
tion is of a more dismal character viz : n
pile of tomb-stones, marble and stone liases
for same, with a monument or two thrown
in, left there, no doubt, as a warning of
what may be the fate of the venturesome
citizen, w ho meanders these dark nights in
that locality. Our city marshal should set
that these nuisances are abated at once.
A GREAT VARIETY '
Of ladies' ami chihlrcns' underwear, at the
very lowest prices. J. Ri Koi.!:.
l IT EllOM IIK KOI1Y, PISE A.N O lo'lTO.N Won,
Mrs. Estus, of Hlandville, Ky., was in
the city yesterday visiting friends.
There "are" a man in our town who
positively and unmistakably "are" a dam
phool, Mrs. Dr. Jennelle, of Caibondale, i in
the city, visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S.
Dr. W. II. Wanlner was in the city
yesterday. He left by the Illinois Central
train yesterday evening.
Judge O. A. Harker uud wife passed
through this city, yesterday, bound for
their future home in Carbondale.
Mr. P. W. Barclay is still confined to his
room, but his friends will be glad to know,
that his sickness is not of a serious nature.
Mr.J. M. Mc(.'lean,of Cape Girardeau,
'proprietor of the Cajte Girardeau woolen
mills, was in the city yesterday, rnd regis
tered at the St. Charles.
Mr. N. R, .Kuhne, formerly of this
city, but now of Ohnstead, was in tint city
yesterday on busings, tuning pianos, Hi!
left for his home last night.
Mr, John II. Barton, editor and pub
lisher of the Carbondale Free Press, paid
us a friendly visit last night. He is a radi
cal Republican and a man of more ability
than any other Republican editor in this
Mr, Charles Davis, who, during the
illness of Conductor Page, has been very
acceptably filling that gentleman's place,
has been put in charge of the Cairo and
DuQuoin accomodation train, which made
its first trip this morulng, leaving at .'l:!.').
W. J. Davis, of Danville. 111., will give
fiO for the Postotliee address of Mrs. Mary
Ordclia Rutledge, or her daughter, Clara
I). A. Rutledge, or $00 for both. The
money lo be paid to the first person -who
fiunishes the desired information.
A HANDSOME LINE
Of hosiery and gloves, for ladies Misses and
children, at reduced prices. Call nnd ex
SIATTEItED AllOlT IS AS ISKIKKEPENT
Services in the Episcopal churtli to
day. Father llogan will conduct services in
St. Joseph's church.
There will be services in St. Patrick's
church to-day, conducted by Father Mas
terson. Services will be conducted at the usual
hours to-day in the Lutheran clmrch, by
Ej X "v. Mr. Faris of Anna is in the city
and will officiate for Rev. George in the
Presbyterian church at the forenoon ser
vices. Services in the evening as usual.
Rev. Whittaker will conduct the
services in the morning, afternoon and even
ing at the Methodist church to-day. A'
cordial invitation is extended to all.
Go to church to-day and take your
wife, brothers, sisters, cousins nnd aunts
nnd your mother-iu-law, too.forthut mutter.
And don't von forget it.
Rev. Bradley, the colored minister, is
hard at work at rebuilding his church
which was lemolished by the storm, and
in the language of Rev. Miotvs. "is build
ing 'er right up like a man."
The African Methodist congregation
will hold services in the old Turner hall
this forenoon, and in the Christian church
in the afternoon. So we are informed by
Sin music is said to exert a gener
ally good and religious influence, why does
not the playing ot the Cotniqtie band on
our streets daily have a beneficial effect;
We pause for a reply from some philoso
Dr. Dunning is a g 1 looking, and
bigger man than we ate. but we venture
the remark for all that, that our ministers
should pray for him to-day. He needs it.
He is a sinner. In fact, he is in favor of
dancing and said so much, in his arch way.
at the Reform Hall Friday night and car
ried his point. If our ministers won't
pray for him, we shall consider it our duty
to do the job ottrself. We are determined
he shall be prayed for.
A bright thought strikes us! Let our
police ulliccrs, to a man, attend church to
day. We can't persuade ourselves to be
lieve that they do not need the good in
rluence which would there surround
them in fact but. we won't say it.
Going to church, we have often
been told, will make them good men but
poor ofliceis, but we won't believe this.
Let our infidels turn out to-day. In
fact let everybody turn out, but our infidels
especially, and fill our churches. Who are
they and where have they been all this
tune; Let them not be, as Denton niys
the Christians are: "Like a prisoner with
a window to the north, w ho swears there is
no inoou," but let them open a window on
the Christian side and take a little of the
The Bi'i.i.etin during the venerable
;iud Honorable Jno. . Oberly's manage
ment was justly styled, "the great religious
organ of Southern Illinois." This title it
has zealously guarded ever since and still
insists on retaining. The Bcm.etin is like
the Bible. It finds nothing more easy than
to tell and teach the trut i nothing comes
more natural to it. It hews to the line and
let- the chips fill where tlcy may.
Our saloon keeper are not, a is sup
posed by too many, all immoral men
Their business is peculiar nnd the public
demand often compels some of them to
keep open on Sunday's. But this is not to
the point. What we intended to say was
that of late we have seen some of the saloon
keepers attend church. This is commenda
ble. We go there oui selves ( when we have
to) ami why shouldn't they;
W'v had the honor to meet in Soiiire
Osborn's office, Jhc R"V. Shores, yesterday.
The distinguished gentleman was at the
time, engage 1 in an attempt to make Mr.
Justus Cunningham "rune to time." In
other words he was t.iking an appeal from
the docket of Squire Osborn to the Circuit
court the amount involved, und which he
is trying to recover from Mr. Cunningham,
being two dollors and a half. The wisdom r f
thisstep will at once appear when we remark
that the suit in the circuit court will cost
him not less than ten dollars. The spirit
exhibited in this transaction may not be n
Christian one, hut it is Mr. Shores' spirit.
Conversation drifting onto religious sub
jects, we were pleased to be informed that
he was now on th beet of terms with Rev.
Bradley, who, when he hud anything
against n man would "fight it out;" also
that his (Rev. Shores') congregation was en
tirely composed of intelligent educated
men, and not of "tint-headed 'niggers'
Services at the usual
Commencing Sunday, December 7th,
the Illinois Central Railroad will run an
accommodation train, leaving Cairo at 11:415
p.m., arriving utDtitjuoin at 8:1.5 p.m. This
train will stop at all' stations between Cairo
and Duljuoin. Passengers for interme
diate points must take this train, ns the ex;
press, leaving at 5:10 p.m., will not stop
hetwees caiuo and iuiois to take or
leave passengers. C. A, Bi; k,
II. C. DkIYe, Snpt. Chicago Dir.
Agent, Cairo. Ot.
Little eiuly perhaps, but you know IanTalways AHEAD of
others in Everything It's jiit so with My
hn M UN
J-OWEU THAN THE LOWEST.
A good heavy Shirt and I )ravei .70o a nuit.
A lino Morino ' 1.50
A line roil Jhuuic l " .50
FineCashmore wool, olive, shirt and drawer, :i.00 asuU
A line Silk Ilaiulkerehief. 50e.
I iineti Collar. ply, latest styles. .00 per dv.,
A heavy British half hose, .o pc x- pah'.
A line Knit t Jacket. l.OOeaoh.
Alsoa lull lineof NIOOJv WKAIint extremely Low
All the above rol are All RANTED to be first class
ami as low as the small ih-alcr can buv. Call ami see for
A. AlA'IlXJil OliioLi'wo.
As TIII.V Kl l.f. l: TIIK AVE OK .It -T! E
KltoU Til K sr.M.liAI. lil.iX'Es IN ofl: n V
One of our prominent Conniircial
avenue dry goods luerchunt- ws lite' 1 rive
dollars and costs bv Souire ComiiiL' w-ter-
day, tor hanging t-.., many gn..ls ut over
the sidewalk." '
Officer Gladm-y ha I quite jg:,t with
one Commodore Perm' yesterday, who re
fused to be arre.-ted an I ma le a vigorous
dci'm-e. He Was overcome, how e el . ll.c
Commodore wv me. in. and lodged h the
temple of tile W ieked.
The man Allen.' who was ye-terd iv
lined for striking hi- wife (of which we
.-peak el.-ewhere) al'tet .vnrds u- an act of
spite caused her to be arre-P-.l :: 1 tried for
ailulti-ry. The case taiue up before iiiirc P
Comings, who di-ch.trgrd ' r t'-rwiut of
evidence to convu i.
( has. Allen is n "bu-M."so to speak.
II" is one of tin- nuni'Toi;-. tlx- who boa-t
aluttd of tlicir stretigh when in t.iei: own
presence; who lire brave In. h'na a barricade,
plaviag the bully ill tin? presence of weaker
ves-e.s and throwing m
when they are hclple-v
Dogs are g aerailv ;:oV,i
i at their suj.eri r,
He i not a dog.
Nor is he likennto
cu:r wno s;,M:igetii on: :r..m oe.iiu-i u.e
gate post unawares.-tv.-aketh afur tie- u:i-us
pectmg man, tukt tii a mouth full of vai
uaole l;roa ic'.oth trom woere it i the most
neccs-ary and ili-apjieareih under the wood
shed. This man is not like unto the ( urr.
ina-much ashe would not attack even one of
his own si.e, but tdke, aU.uitig'' of
his victim's weakness and p ounces upon
them when they perceive him :
quarrelsome too, and yo'crd-iy
t. He is
a hi'n- 'in a
state of unnintroluh'.' ang. r he -truck his
"ribb," Matt. Allen by name, a cowardly
blow. Sic- caused his a: re-t and he was
lined live dollars and c..ts !.y ."'pure I
for the mean act.
1'oR IT.N DAYS ON LV.
We will orl'er for the te xt 10 dry-. 1 Co
Silver 0 icy Blanket-, at 5i cent- a pair.
I UoilT H.OATtNo IK(W.N Till. M I -'i -s.l'j'r
AND OIHo, UlVl.r.s.
The Kv.tn-vilie p icket t )-day
-The B'll" M-mpliis Udu- f..rt. I
Fannie Lewis, an Atielm:- I,i:.i
will he at our wharf t'-diy. ! ''.md for
Mr. Sol. Silver i-tin' pa.--eager agent
for all boats leaving this po,t to-day, and
(-'apt. Shields the freight agent.
The Steamer Champion left our wharf
as u-iuil, yesterday, with a good trip. She
will return this morning aud lay up here
one week for repairs.
I'm' New Orleans, the Annie P. Si h er
will In' here to-day. She is an Anchor
Line boat ; always on time and always re
liable. Passengers bund south, can find
no s ifer iiruiorc comfortable boat than the
The following arethe uri ival.s of .steam
ers jt this port yesterday: Jim Pisk, Pa
diicah; Champion, Paducah ; Oray Hound,
L aiisville; Idlewild, Kvan-ville; Ste. Oeti
evievc, St. Louis,
We note the following departure of
steumers yesterday : Jim Fi,k, Paducah :
Champion, Paducah; Oray Hound, White
river: I', o, Staiiaid, St. Louis; W, P. Hal
liday. New ( rlcati; Ste. Oeneview. Mem
phis. HUI'SBK F.KPKRS ATTENTION
Is called to our large stock of Tuole Linens,
Towels and Napkius, which we oiler at
uroitly reduced prices, until New Year.
AN D BOYS.
IM.ATII OK AIIEHMN WIM.IAM o'l AI.I.A II AN.
j;It i with f.-eling-. of the sincerest rug:, t
tji'it we. this morning, announce the deu'U
"f Mr. William O'Caliahan. Alderman fro,
tile Fir;t Watd ot this city, which occurred
a' ,l"-'uc'. ' fifteen minutes ,:,.sl
"UtfVclock yesterday morning, Nowmb. r
. Is7'.i, after an illness of two weeks.
Mr. O'Caliahan, at the time of his deat'i,
was aged 48 years. Ho W!,s Urn in Wat i
f"i i. Ireiand, und came to this Coun'rv m
I s.54. und settle.! in DesMoims, Iowa. H.j
ng:iged in farming there until 1sC5.w1.ti
he came to Cairo. While here he m t wrh
considerable misfortune, among which v. u
the burning to the ground ot his residence
and business house on the site, where now
stands hi- brick building, on the corner i f
Fourth and C:nmerci:il avenue.
Mr. O'CiMi,!,;;;, f;r,t elected t;, t
council to Tl 1 1 the vacancy caused by tin- re
moval of Mr. Jewett Wilcox from th:
city, and wa, fleeted by a handsome ma
jority to the present council, over Mr. J..h,
Antrim, at the !:st election. He w.i, u va'.
"able man in his place always disj.hi: g
a tiior. ug'i knowiedg- of the want- of ticj
city, and his sound-judgment, on nil r.it.'.
tions, was universally acknowledged. As :
j ,Ui;n. ,,., ,.,.,...,,,:., ,
L'y. promptness and integrity giving him a
high standing among those with whom !
1 Was thrown in contact. He
was a liia:..
who. in his .'tily life, had a ph-a-mit w-.H
tor every one he met; was unassuming in
maimer, and. in his death. Cairo l,,..s H
m m she can illy ati'ird to loose. A :-,
Mr. Richard O'Caliahan. is the only si::
vhor ot Ids family.
At a special meeting of the city council,
held iii the council chain!cr yesterday a'
terrnxm. it wa resolved that the council a,
tend the funeral in a body.
The tMiuitis will be interred at Yi'.'t
Kidge at ,.';::n to-day. Th" funeral wid
leave the r-sidetice for St. Patrick's chmc'-,
At on,.- o'clock tlii" afternoon.
WE HAYF. ON HAND.
!"o p;is 104 White Blankets, --.hidi we
wii! s -11 f,.r f on j-..r pair.
J. Bi lii'K,:,
AMI SKMLNT CHIP".
.not m m Eiiot's, nrr vi;i:v inn, i .
(Juitc a large and selec t oadieiiic at
tended the reading of Miss Oall'ney Tue
liv night, and all speak highly of her. We
were tumble to be off hand our-elf, but ot:r
ivporte)' represents her as a lady of raiv ar
tistic merit, and an excellent elocutionist.
Avery icspectable audience greeted
the first appearance of this talented young
lady in our city. So well pleased was the
audience with her readings, that early on
Wednesday morning a request, signet! by a
number ot citizens, was presented her, ask
ing f.r another entertainment that evening.
Her second appearance'gavo better satisfac
tion even than the first. It is not too much
to say that Miss (iatl'ney possesses un
doubted talent, is pleasant, good-looking,
and deserves to succeed. j Democrat.
Monday and Tuesday nights our people
will have an opportunity to witness a novel
and undoubtedly interesting performance
at the Atheneiini. "Fifty beautiful child
ren" have, after much labor, been traiuel
to perform the highly entertaining drama,
"Pinalorc." Though most of our citizen
have seen it before, they can not fail to ap
preciate this representation, Wherever the
Juveniles have been they met with full
houses, und departed with the good will
and honest applause of the people. The
newspapers in all parts of the country
sneak highly of them. This alone should
dispell nil doubts of their real merit.