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FOR WO 'I(5HTS ONLY
Comic Opera Company !
Church Choir C'lioru,
U-ded hv lb vounj and heaiitiful American Prima
Donna. Meitzo Soprano Aaaolutu.
Sunsoricd Ity thclarcct mid mot complete Comic
Opera Troupe in America
ThfJ;i'l mii-lo.il nioi-cflx. Von Sh ppo'n liomanlic
" FATINITZA M
FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER lth
Produced in the amc rnuctilrlcoiit tlc as nl the
l-'lfto Avenue Theatre, N V.; alo the followlui:
)pr Anting thin engagement: "The Cbltnei of
Vonnauda." SaiurdaeveulilK. December iX'th.
C. T. R. C.
" Daw to Uo Ifigiit "
yourself an i liullc are cordially Invited to attend
wleot parte to lie t'lvcnat the Cairo Temperance
Reform club itoom,''. on Thurc-diiy i veuiiii;. De
cember IHth. inrii.
HF.ITWIIIS I OMMIiTBK.
Dr. C. W. nuniilui,'. A. W. Ncff. ry.l. W. M.
William. 1L. Pink. t'il. Thou. W. Shield and
.las. K Miller.
V. 1). .!u,;u. ('. It- Hell. A. V. Daniel. Oeo. li.
M'llara, C. It Kiifllu. Oco. M. Fry.
TirKKT, - ' KACH.
Can be had at Barclav Bro'n Drue Store on wa-h-'ujwn
aveniu'. Geo. OTIura'a druj! Uirc and at thu
K"frm Club.readin;.' room.
Oliie-t .lewelrv House In Sotitlifin lllinob
r-'.-tublislied in null.
-Jn-i ItiTt ived and Constantly lleieiviui: at
HP. A. HUDElfS
Sew JEWELRY STOKE
101 Commercial Avenue, near tilli Si.
Magnitiicnt Iiiiiiioitlsantl Fine Jewelry,
Cameo. Onyx, (oral and Plain Setts.
Rings Necklaces, Chain and
Bond Bracelets, Watches,
Chuius. Studs, Sleew
Gold Pens, Setli
ple and (uud
Ware, Sterling Silver-"
ware, Knube and Prase Pi
anos, Mason & Hamlin Co.. and
F-stey Organs, Brass. String and
Iteed Musical Instruments & Trimming
fyl)o not fall to luect Ilia Stock before pur-
tJifIli! uuarautecH to nell at New York. St. I.ou!
i c;bireo pricea. No neceanity lor i-eudiir Irom
iiome for line and rlfran t'ood. '
HOrdorn by Kxprem and Mail i-olieited and
Fine Jewelry Made to Order.
Given Away !
A Hook to Every Subscriber!
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A Book by 500 Ladies,
It Hie tit'u or a volume of KiO patK em
UHW) IractkilRecipes & Hints
run not; j:iloi.i,
TIIK HICIv ItOO.M, i ri'C.
.Oiitribiited by r'pr .VIO l.adieo to thn rjouie On
rnncnt ol tbo Chicago Trlbnnti diitlnc the pat
ii-or. fouryeara, liconlaius more Information
4banrio tbe Jl.no and S'.M-O cook bookc beaidea
ipiii2 tli iiuportanl advantage overall otliera,
I'lVH'lU'lll JOxpfl'il'llCCK ((f Pl'llH l'lll
TbeM aklp'ct. original and practU al coiitributiona
irutn o many ladlea. have never beforo apneaiud In
hook form, and thla volmnu la the tlil and only
We Hhv J'',x-luivi ( 'onti ol of t
Hook in tlil IiH iility, mid It -un
l Ohtuinod only through
: A Copy of th'.a I'aeful and rnliU Volume
: WILL DC
" I'lltlLNTKU Til KK1IV Si K"l ItlllKIt
- TO TIIK
; WKKiii.y in.'j.i.ixiiN
: Foit lWti.
: Who l'aya To Dollar In Advance.
Thin in the 'liolccxt I'rc-mium
JOver Olvwix to Is'iwn,pii.'
i.mt.hlnt: of ri-al and tiractlcal value. Tli ladlea
will b Hullgktrd wl'U It. Make u vitur kuhHi Hp.
t.lona bow. If yoflrnciKliborH tl'in't'takoTnr Htl.
f.KTiM, tell tliem of thia olli.r. They all ttunt II, u
aiaor and the book. Yon (ret a 4columi. H puiri
Nnwpiprr.and a capital, practical, naef.il bunk of
lim itm, tvt the pricn of Uu; foniu r.
Now is Your Opportunity.
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLKT IN: WEDNESDAY MOUNING, DECEMBER 17, lfr79,
THE DATLY BULLETIN,
EXTKIU'.U AT TIIK HlsT OKI-UK IN CATUO, IL
LINOIS, AS N!.r0ND-CI.A MATTLIt.
OFFICIAL l'Al'KIIOF ALEXANDKH COUNTY.
Onlv Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
LOCAL BE PORT.
MHiNAi. Orme. I
Caiho. III.. December HI, ls;. f
Time. Bur. Tuer. Uuiu. Wlud. Vt'l Weather.
7 :w. i
11 " sit.w
3 p m , OT P:'
Maximum Temperature. M; Minimum Tcru
lrnture. asj iiairttill, U ou luch.
Serc't Slt'nal t'orua, C. M. A.
Order your New Year thirds from Tiik
lH-u.KTiN. Cull and see thu styles.
Mr. Jits E. Kobinson of I;ulnt ult has
accpptud a position in the Phoenix Orttg
IJuder U selliuji No. triple plate,
solid steel knives, at i.ksk than Chicago and
St. Louis jiiices.
Buy A pair of those tine steel plate eu
graviugs ou exhibition at Ford's Bracket
store, for Christmas.
We want a couple of printers to work
iu flic 1JL7.I.KTIX job otliee to-dty nil for
several days to come.
"Orange Blossom"' wedding envelopes
and note paper, lutest thing out. just re
ceived at Tiik Bulletin otlke.
The best selected and largest stoek of
jewelry iu the southwest to le luunil at
Buder'v No. 104 Commercial avenue.
Have you s"en the Patent Dust Proof
watch cases and Illuinintited Watch Dials,
at Buder's, No. 104 Coinmercial avenue?
Who will tnake the New Year calls
this time, the ladies or the gentlemen. We
have the cards for sale at the Bvli.ktin
Two good printers wautad in the
Bcli.kkin job office, straight work, pay by
the thousand; two weeks work; apply this
Ed. Budcf has just received some of
the most beautiful jewel caskets, and toilet
sets ever seen in the city, No. 104 Commer
Buy your Christmas and all other
c.iitrs of Korsmeyer, call for the "Fault
less"' the best rive cent cigar in the city,
and smoke no other.
Church of the Kede,ciner- Wednesday,
Friday and Saturday being the Advent
Ember Days, there will be Litany ami Em
ber prayers at 10 a.m.
The weather yesterday was of the
pleasant kind, but in nuking this announce
ment our readers should not be led to be
lieve that we desire to imitate the Sun.
lack Lally, the young man over whose
legs the Cairo and Vinccnnes cars passed,
was yesterday resting easy, Drs. Parker
entertain the hope that both limbs can be
Preacher Bradley is busily engaged in
rubuildiiio; his church on Fourteenth street
and is constructing it in such a manner
that wind and weather shall not prevail
Officer Selniekcrs was yesterday seen
to haul a white drunken man, to jail. The
fellow wus on his way there evidently
arguing with the oliiccr which of the two
Monroe Woolen yesterday evening ar
rested a negro boy wlw had be"n euuglit
in the act of stealing sacks from the mills
ol Hall'iday Brothers. II.- was eonlined
in the county jail.
Tne congregation ol the A. M. E.
church has decided to purchase the Epis
copalian church. We have not been in
formed when the building will be turned
out to the purchasers.
We were yesterday, with many an oath,
informed that Officer llogau was the best
of horse-thief detectives and that he could
tell by ilu; way a horse walked w hether or
not it hud been stolen and from whom.
--Mr. (cu. Hendricks has removed his
law office into the Bross buildiiiu on the
corner of Mltveuth and Commercial.
(Jporge is one of our rising young lawyers
and a man ol' more than ordinary ability.
-All interested in making Christmas
decorations in the Church of the
lledeemer will llnd everything ready at
the store next to llarclay's drug store,
Washington aeinie and Eight stnrl, till
Milts Fannie ,1. Hinkle has returned
fiom Tc.varkana, w here she has been for the
past week. She speaks in glowing terms
of the young people she met there and if
our young men don't look out they will
have to regret the Ion of another of Cairo's
The doings of (he county court yester
day consisted chielly in adjusting the
claims of Alexander Twcnte and Will
iam Kendall. Although considerable
probale business slill require Judge
Yoeum'h attention, he expects' to get
through therewith this evening and ad
journ court. The Judge is "doing up"
the business like nn "old hand," so to
speak, all of which is commendable.
The following steamboats arrived and
departed yesterday: Cityof Helena Yicks-
burg; New Mary llomton, I. P. Schcuk,
New Orleans; A. J. linker and tow, E.
0.Sti.nard, St, Louis; 'Alice, Pittsburg;
Junes. Fisk. P.ulucal,; . 11 Cloud, St.
Louis. Departed : City of Helena, Alice,
St. Louis; New Mary Houston, U. P.
Scheme, Cincinnati; Jno. Dippold, Tluu
Sherlock, E. 0, Stannrd, New Orleans;
James Fisk, Faducah. Tho river Is 20 feet
1 1 inches on the gauge nl rising; ,
Bear in mind that Miss Belle Oaffm y
to-night, by special request, repeats her
readiugs at thu Athenctim. Our citizens
who heard her former readings pro
nounce them the most thrilling and in
tensely interesting ever heard in this city.
She is handsome and greful and her bear
ing on the stage is pleasing because it is
natural. We might say a great deal more
about Miss Oafl'ney and sav it truthfulH".
but iu this city, where she is personally
known to every one this would
only be superfluous. She has scores
of old and firm friends in Cairo who w ill
have the extra inducements of "auld lang
sine" to draw them out to-night. Get your
seats before night-fall. The. readings will
be new interesting, and the house should
The proprietor of the Delta broom
factory about a week ago bought a cow at
a bargain and was happy. But he re
mained happy only a short time, for he soon"
found that the nuimul couldn't be induced to
eat. He had heard how the Irishman's
horse had died from not eating and his
mind was full of forebodings as to what
would be the result it his cow's stomach
should continue too proud to take unto
itself food. Every thing in the dainty
line was ottered her, but she ouly drew up j
her nose thereat and shook her head
in a very decided manner refusing every
thing. But yesterday, after going without
food for a week, she came to the front door
of the factory and commenced eating the
brooms hung out for display. The proprie
tor seeing this was over joyed that his cow
had learned to eat und hung out several ad
ditional brooms for her consumption.
A strange negro, whose name we could
not learn, yesterday afternoon attempted to
carry otf one of the bolt of calico placed
in front of the New York Store for display.
He had been loitering about in front of the
storr for tiuite a time, watching his chance
to steal something, and when he thought
no one was looking, picked up a bolt of
calico and ran off with it under his arm.
lie had only . reached the corner ot Twen
tieth street, however", when constable M'.n
roe Wooten was upon him. Seeing
that he was pursued by an officer,
the thief crossed the street to
llalliday's cooper shop on the opposite cor
ner, dropping the calico iu the road. He
craw led under the shop to hide and as he
went lid himself of his coal and hat,
When arrested he disclaimed all knowl
edge of the theft and insisted, although
coatless and hatless, that the coat and hat
belonged to another man. who had handed
them to hi in while passing. The tellow
stoutly refused to go with the officer until
he was severely clubbed. II-.' then went
and was locked iu the county j:il.
Lvruit. -The thief's name is Edward
Morgan. II" was held to bail, by Squire
Osborn, in the sum of $150,
We are not of a fault-finding dispo
sition, but we would respectfully suggest to
our city fathers that the cistern of the
Hibernian Fire company be made accessi
ble to the tire engines of the city. As it at
present K the Hibernians can back their
engines out of the building and thus ruich
the cistern, but owing to the high side
walk on Thirteenth street it is inaccessible
to other engines. This should be remedied.
The city gave one hundred dollars towards
ti.e construction of that cistern (the com
pany paying the other thirty or forty i and
hence the cistern is a public one-and an
embankment should be niised. even with
the sidewalk on Thirteenth stic't in
order that it may b" of benefit
to the public. A public, cistern is now
being built ou the corner of Seventh
street aud Washington avenue (out of S'-a-son,
too for the protection of the property
thereabouts. We have no fault fo tind
with this. It is necessary, btu not une
whit more necessary than is an accessible
public cistern on Thirteenth street vyj'ere
buildings arc as numerous as anywhere in
the city. This matter is worthy of inten
tion and we hope to see it remedied be
fore the destruction ol a block of build
ings shall bring the importance thereof to
the minds of our city fathers.
A day or two ago a Mr. A. J. Yaden.
of Weekly county, Tenn., arrived in this
city with his wife Aid registered at the St.
Charles. The gentleman and lady were
well up in years, probably in the neighbor-
hood of sixty, and al't
fixed, the old man let
jr getting comfortably
the hotel with the
intention of taking a look at the ciiy. lie
had been absent about two hours when here
turned In n great state of exci'ement and in
foriiieil his wife that three men with drawn
revolvers ha ( forced him to give up his
money, eighty-live dollars and that they
huilmadothcirescapc. Theoldl.idy believed
the story as related by her husband and
very emphatically expressed the determin
ation that henceforth he should not again
pass out of her night, lint a slmrt time af
ter this Mr. Vaden conlideiitially related to
the clerk of the hotel that the story he hud
related to his wife was not tun; and that ho
was ashamed to tell her the truth. Ilu had,
hesaid, engaged with several very respecta
ble looking gentlemen, in a nanie f curds,
in one of our saloons, and lh.it at ihe game
of curds he had lost the eighty. live dollars.
Mr. Howe, (he clerk of the hotel, rd once
Informed Oilieci SiecJmu of Mr. Vaden 's
h's-', but 1 j i -1 night no trace had yd been
found of the rascals who did the fleecing.
This was tho first game of cants ho had
ever played for money said Mr. Vaden, ami
by heaven, ho would swear it by his white
hair, it should be Ins last. He left with
his wife for Texas by the Mississippi
Central, without awaiting any develop
ments, and in all probability the eagle eye
ot the old lady if uothing else, will keep
him out of trouble till he gets there.
THE COL'NCIILAST NIGHT.
Til 10 I.ICIIT Ql'F.STltfN TAKI..N I NDKII CO.N
KIDIiHATION AND TIIK ( I.KHK I SSTItl f TKU
TO i-.OVKItTISK KOlt HK.W.I.D PliOPOSALS,
The council met in the council chamber
last night to take under consideration the
light question. The only absent member
was Alderman Halliday, who was out of
The report of the committee to which the
light matter had been referred was read
and on motion of Alderman Howley re
ceived aud ordered tiled.
A bill from Mr. Dan Harlmau was read,
offering to light the lamps with oil for
Jfo each per month aud cleaning, lighting,
extinguishing and keeping them in repair
for that amount. He guaranteed that the
light should be as good as gas light.
After a thorough discussion of the iptus
tion by every member present the clerk
was instructed, on motion of Alderman
Wright, to advcrtiiiu Cor sealed proposals
for lighting the city with gas or coal oil.
' A petition from Mr. W. F. Pitcher was
then presented by Alderman Wright, set
ting forth 'lliat ho, had received a severe
fall, owing to the badness of the
walk ou the north side of Coinmercial, be
tween Ninth and Tenth streets, from which
fall he had received serious injuries. He
prayed that the council allow him iijeason
able sum of money for the time it disabled
him. doctor bill, etc. Ou motion id" Alder
man Patier referred to the committee on
A resolution, drawn up by City AUtorncy
Hendricks, was then introduced and
passed, requiring all city police magistrates
to report in full, at the expiration of the
year, all the lines col h ted, etc.
Council then adjourned.
A NEW CONFIDENCE GAME.
We give below the experience of a Chi
cago man and bis "tumble" to a new
"racket" in conlidence games. This is a
good one and well calculated to deceive;
There are games that the Chicago sharper
plays ou the unwary Granger, nnd the latest
of these isn't the poorest kind of game in
the world, if he don't pick op the wrong
Passing along the streets, .my one looking
like a holiday visitor may meet with the
following experience; A man with a big
ulster on, one pocket of which, if chicly
noticed, is bulging, passes him at 0'Leary"'s
gate, gets right in front of him, stops sud
denly, anil apparently picks up a small
paper box, If you have passed him, he
doubles up alongside .of you and manages
to ripen the parcel just along side of you.
"Holloa, I'm in luck to-day."
"What is it:'
"Just picked it up. Nice rinaf. ain't it I"
"Yes. it U.
He then iries it on his Tittle linger; it i
too small; pulls it otf and glances inside.
"Halloa! Can you read this for me.' I'm
Somewhat poorly engraved within is "C
A. to Alice," or some other such inscrip
tion. "Poor devil! He's lost his girl's ring,
n New York rim;, too. See. here's the
bill along with it."
To Titian v it Co., Dr.
: ' Doc. D. :
New York, :
; To oiv: snlid gold ring $!l.,"U '.
'a. B.C. :
"Well, it ain't any use to me. Dash my
luck. Wish it had been big enough, and
Id ha' kept it. Suppose I can get $4 or
on it, anyhow.''
"What will you take tor it.'-'
"Well, seeing as how I just picked it up,
I'll let you have it for ft. But mum's the
Now if the party of the second gart
should happen to be from the country, and
unacquainted with the particular brand of
a ring that retails along with a pair of
sleeve-buttons, a set of shirt-studs, and a
diamond pin, "all for a quarter of a dol
lar," he might pay the money and get the
ring. But unfortunately for the enterpris
ing party in the first part, the man ad
dressed "tumbled"' to the game.
"I'll give you live cents."
The party of the second pru t disappeared
up the first flight of steps.
OIIAN0KS, LKMONS, MAI.AOA OIIAPKS, COfOA
N t'TS, OHIO ANT) MIL 11 10 AN flDKlt.
I am in constant receipt of choice
Louisiana oranges by the barrel aud bos.
Lemons by the box, cocoanutfl by the 100,
barrel, and hogshead, Malaga Grapes by
the barrel and keg, Ohio and Michigan
cider by the barrel. I invite especial at
tention to my cider made from pure apple
juice, free from nil chemical ingredients,
and first-class. My Otiio cider .is strictly
fine, the manufacturer having a world-wide
reputation for making a choice pure article.
Its excellence in flavor, its tpurity in
manufacture, its general 'worth
and tUalities-as a beverage cwmpels coil
noisseurs to admit of tin superior to it, and
is an honorable competitor to our American
champagne. To arrive December 18th, 50
barrels, and 23 boxes Coast selected choice
Louisiana oranges for Christmas.
S. E. Wilson,
No. 83 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Ills.
WE HAVE ON HAND.
100. paiis 10x4 White Blankets, i.ich we
will sell for f i 'Hi per pair.
A. Merry Xmas.
Little early perhaps, but you know I am always AHEAD of I
others in Rvervthinir. It's jusfso with iMy I
cnri'ma ' . i
u liU 1
Fop MUN AND BOYS.
I.OWEK TI!A."N TIIK
A sootl heavy Shir! ;inl Drawer. .TOe a suit.
A line Merino " . l..r0
A lino red llannel
Kino Cashmere wool, olive, shirt ani drawer. li.OOanuit
Aline Silk I InndUorohicf) ."(Jo.
I iinei'i Collar. 4 ply, latest styles. J.OOjor d,
A heavy Brftish half hose. M.'o per pah-.
A lino K nitt Jacket, 1 .()() eneh.
Also a lull lino of NKOK WKA 1 i at extremely Low
All the above jjuods are WAKIIANTrfl) to be lirt cI.lss
and as low as tin small dfiilcr ean buy. Cull and see for
vourselt at .
A. M Al lXjil Ohio Lovir.
(TIKIS 'MAS AND NEW YEAK'S'l'
hat would be a more appropriate a'w'i
to a friend than a photograph from Win
ter's Gallery. Ouly a few i'lder can In
filled, so come carlv,
r r 1 1 ( ' f I ' w ( 4 1 cr,
X(. 104 Co.MMKIK JAL AVK. '
A HANDSOME LINE
Of hosiery and gloves, for ladies
til , ,, ,, ,
tli.lilien. at le.lliced piic. (..id an I I A-
.,,oiiii- I It, i., i i.
.1. lit l.ej.l..
Having dissolvid partnership w itii John
Major, we have opened a shop i n Comn.er
cial avenue between l!t!i and 12th strict.
All kinds of carriagis. buggies, plow s and
wagons, aln all kin'Is of t.lge tool-, mill
picks, etc., made to cider, and r pairing
done promptly and cheaply. "" years
jiractice arid experience u.ab!t? u. to yirii
antee n'l wort to give satisfaction. Bneay
pamtinir and trimiuing done at prices t
suit the times. Mr. P. Gadbois. the cir
rl.i.r.. .... . ....,.w,., l . ., l , t
nage inukei, is cor.ntcte.l with us and is.
always ready to nccommotiate customers.
Mo-ns Tj.'SIKR i Sl.Ns.
FOB 1 EN DAYS ONLY.
Wt- w ill otT.-r for the n t 1" dav-
Silver Giey Blaiikr;-,, it oil cents a pair.
A ilr.. I Art 1 41 1
Of ladies' and cliibin u' iiicierwi.ar, at the
very lowest prices.
OYSTEll SriTKK AND FANCY BA-
The l ul;e ot the I'-'iVi ri .-i rherr-'i
int. uu.l oi uu 1. 1 .iv.irii.l Clil.rt.i
am! societv, will give nn Oyter Supper and
v , "
rancv ISuztiar, r relay, Decmiber H', at the
Temperance Heading U-x'tn. Supper from
Ci to 10 o'clock. Adult.s. "Oi :ut5: children
PIGS -FEET, SPA BE- El Its. ETC.
At the parking houo of Hlaxle A Moore,
on Commercial avenue, pig's feet, spare
ribs, buck liones. and o'.her triuiuiings ui
large or small quantities arc for sale at very
low price. New larl for fa.T.i!r;;,e, in
vites special attention.
, WE HAVE
Most elegant lines of gimps aud friuyes. at
exceedingly low prices. Examine our stock
of these goods. J. BtT'.OKi'..
Is called to our large.sti.s. -i of Table Linens.
Towels and Nii'kins, which we offer at
greatly reduced prices, unti'. New Year.
Wamko.- Sherman & Co., Marshall,
Mich., want an agent in this county at
once, at a salary of $100 per month and
expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress us above.
The Aalwy property on Hot! rnol: avr. Cheap
lo a rpiorl tenant. M J. Ho-ilby, K. K. Agent.
Dwelling house nn ljth Htre.ot, between Walnut
and ('i)uai-, all In good condition. Late rosldcnco of
r V incenl. Kor particulars apply at mv reaidcncu
on corner of litet and Waluut s.tri'tn.
Mrs. O. MiaiiAcir.
A 1.1. AOVKKTISIiM KNTS In thin column, of
1 live line each orleaawih be publlahed for iifi
cei.ta eterv Insertion ; 1 niouUi, ,; a month with
out chunKe. Ji.OO per uumtb. KacU aildltioual
Hue, r. rem. M i t u tit itmtt wanted fre.
( heap tor cash
Vlne-Het.'li or.ftf., ntMnrv
aniletool; ta Rood olilcr A A. II A lil.K I.L..
OwNKimind purcIiasiT of Heal Kotnte In Cairo
should be sure they have a sood title. I urn now
prepared to furnish abatraitt at ronahle ratea
M KASTKIOA V ,
Office iu Court House.
A eriep ol No, (iothlc cup and , loner cae
partly woin, hut atiltable for por.r or proyriimme
wo-k, conxiKtintjor brevier. Ions prliner. pica, cnvit
primer, puneon and double en-dlh letter and
llieire felt and complete, wP.aout space ami
1 -- ).
TL ltLls !!!!!. k-sut r-r- !t. i in.im u.;ia
lar fnior and pnlruuaic-, with inc rented tacLitn
for .'tiinini and retaiiimi; bott. and ivltu Ini-n-ui 1
ili lerininaiion to ne.re k-a redeem Its oft n.aJo
pl. d.-c to till '.he Jul. m. uii:rr of ream.na.e i t
pi nation a a po:i;s', rncl'i and c m-r: f w-V'.i-r.
I'olltica'Iy 111.' (;t.rnc Iih.h.I!at i re A
! from one cud of the lOllntrv to the other B the en-
; tlim -liini; ihawpioe of that h.-piiblicanum L:- h
j culm; Into power Iu liriiu lo avc the I cion Iroui
' dei-tructli'L, ar.d Laa aluce drvoted nil it cm rirVa
I to the pre-eriatlim Intact of the tr'iit" of ta- .ar
i lorn-4 upon en b the r-hi li o! ihe Smttb oidtd by
: the ll. nii rt i t lac Nor'h We have onooM d vl
I lorni-of i ompri'ini-t' anil cntrlliatli n that a. -emed
to aim it a r t rit'.on to power in thin ruuntrv . f
i the men and the or-.-ii.i-'a'lon htch inoled t' in
j the honor-..t clvii war. The tVinoiratic part) tf
no mine nei.i ior ir.e lieu ireiui Miul fkrtii.n
vilth !htf:irine.. of staV ri'jhta aud nullification
, nibljoued u; on i: baia.i r If tirvi.ful, It wt'l )
' ,n'"' "uri-dly . -irry out t"- protnL-c to r-p-nl a I
the h nisiation u cc.-itaV.; ) ihe ar aaU it
cuits, ami iU tiiacc-'rHte a wdi: uhich !', cd-
coi:r.iife and a-H-t anotci r nit nipt at ece-;ea at.
lel.elljiu, T'.ls Is uhat tiie boasl ot Ihe "So. id
o,iOi" ltie. Tl.i". ). hut .,, n'ltm.i,.- ikt m
olid sotith anH tbe nt'iold nils which it tare.-.t-)
t , M Hml Iht 1 n S.,!l,l Vltr lltlOfft l.i A t'ffll t. .p
pope to keep till; political poUi-foMiiC liat'.oll in I
the -cdion which sent (..-th lt J,.al b x'iot; to
eriinh rebi liton ami r.-,.ort the inticfi'y f :i-i
t'lilon Ker.r ,aL lir.tnlKt.i.alilv iioinn'd totire
l . if.nni " in' ijo , :ib. nt nuuiuii'i' i
publunn parly fur tin. cr, at ton trot. 'Ihen '
iitlier- u m nrt'tiy u ne. I,i thi-r, seettio to I'-s re
man ao n rtain to cotii-oiMa'i !r, hi- fjvnr i the
.:lcmi.'.s ot succeos. lie;ic.:. He bloe support'
iiudurpd III- ni.nn'.u'loa. keepTi in 'oo;i
tne . ,fa:e id the 1!a tiublKat pj.-. ai.d tie. b-.-t .-.
ourancc oi i' iruiroi.u tt:
A. , .,,.,.rK , .;,,.., f, ,,. ,-.. .,,
the family and the t!.-.-oiil-. ;he (t.ohK lii.Mivr.tr
will keep' ahrraat of the l i.t pi'.b.icataic-i uf I
day fur tucilltleo lor the collection of ru-w a-.
unurpaia ritncr ha-: or ..-ot. Wc opa.-c nn
evpc t,if to oblalu the lai. -t and mi nt accura .: it
j ! it tire Oorn all quart, r-by mill and tth trt'ii.
j We hae corre-pendents at ai: Lewi, renter-1
j thri'C.'I'.mit the ceiintiV. ai..i tlitlr (all atid inter.
i i n u chroii'.r.. , f .'M i.t. teil ho taithf'il'v the
t perforni tile d'Hieo a-a:."'T! to them 1'cr "!. i
i men In! NfM 1 prepscd ivl:h cr at rstr. and
tiniv mfe'iv i lib iiLTe 1, ii ii'i a-ison of thla denirt i
i meiit of the itu-tr. : r tt itli that of aty ot:.i i
; new-pap'-r In !bc co-ji.trt (e.ir ami Is fjline'ra a '.
n'mracv. s.-t l:i!:e tn , o.-r i' iton to of c 2'r '(
' ' "m.n',' r' !'" ,0 '"" il,!,,rm',!i,,s "
! Thk Doi.iai; Wi:ui i Giom -Di Mim m .
I JaX,-?Mv 'f, 1 d-'c-mlnaiion to place t;.
WeekTy i-ttje of the lit car U.-tnrr.u rlth tl It
I rcui b ol every voter r ti e ' -t for thr rarrpalc:. c
' lv"- x"' "lir ",,,;'r V
( untiorn. p'-tst-'c pri;n,r1r.j T h n:ai-it. c,,.
rlilT.nit It ize and (fiar'ty. th-'riitapt-tt n-o.
; per in the coi.t.tn e n-e rontident that la.- it'
j i rnlity nu our ps-t v!' nu t !-v a . r
e-poti-e irom tie- o! the wnole w (.;.
i Sl'BSf RIPTIf'N PBU FS.
Ini-Iudii!? .anduy. p - ar
Without tin dav'. jur tea-
I Deluding is -.n ft i) . in (. ' ; u '-j.- -f Ihrrcaid up
Witbo'.it sun lay. m i.'tahi i.f Thr.-r and up-
w rd .'
Tueo.iava. K.-.d 1 Mid S:.n ia).er yeir ....
In t'luii ot l-'lt and ( pu'.rCi. . 7 !
Tueadiy acd Kridny
In t 'ii'.h of l-'ixe and I'; "vre-
ON MDOLliA I?
l'aabli.' ij aittau:-...-. t-clwl rati? to Ajiitjt.
Uemittnnces sbouid be aiade by I nltetl su:
Post (itBce .Money errleri ha:. is dra'tla, or r uist.'.-'
letterf, whenever It ran be done I'lrt ctinns anoi;
he made p:in!y, ching name of I'o-t ottic. Coua
Address all letter liLOKH I'RINTIN'i; CI)V
l'A 1 , ST. LOUIS. m(
"CATAUHH. TUS CM.'.sE AMI CfttK."
A Pamphlet by Dr. Ci.rsos lATr, uf W Mo
M.. Chicago, fir. ?m'. la tie Author of the lo;
Treat uicut for Catarrh, aad In this la w TreBtlv
revea'e-t the 'crcl of lr. ucre In the trcHtaie
or diseae. to itlnc'i he hjj civeu tlui ntudyol
lifetime. Pa:npVr' e?i. on receipt ol He tan:
A WEE a in yor.r own town, aad i
' ...hll.l .L...l V.... ..... .
i.i,int ri,-iw,. toil tail isivi- i.
b'lMuo a' trial vvllhoiit expen
The best opportunity ever offered I'
those w'.llinir to work. You Iiol
trvjIO'.lilhi? ,'Ne til! toil n e fur vol
self what you can do ut the bnluc we oiler.
room to explain here. Von can devote Ml o' )
lime or only your apan? time lo the buxine, a'.i
initke uroat pay for every hour that you wer't
Women make a much as men. Send lor "fief I '
private term and particular, which we mail trc.i
$. otitat free. Don'tcoaipinln of hard tinea wbi j
yon have uch a chance. Ad. tram II. HA I.LETT
CO., Portlaud, Maine. I
"DWITOYS Eu'r W01in,t or lnJfJ'
I'TjllklllllO l,v rr'llnut r.rintv, lit. ..,. '
title soldier of the lute wnr to a pension. M
penaiona by the law of January, ism, betrln back
limn oi oisi nrtrjre or ucutli ot aoiiuer, ah entina
Hbov.ld apply at once. Tliouaand who are nfl
rlrawlnit penolona lire entitled to an Inrreiijte. r
illcra and widow of lac Mftknii war are eutlticd
penalona. Yottt caae shall receive prompt ntt
lion. Writ.? at once. Address 0. L. NI'KER, V.
loa!oa Attornty, tn'l-jiaopclt., ladiau.