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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 15, isyi,
THE DAILY 1HJLLETJK
RNTKHKU AT TUB l'OST OKI'lClt IN CA1K0, IL
LINOIS, AS SKCONP-CI.ASH 41 ATT Kit.
OPKICIAI. I'Al'EH OF CITY AND COUNTY"
larjeeHt Circulation ot any Daily in
UM'AI. WKATIIKK UKI'OIM'.
Cairo, III.. Jan. 1:1. ISM I
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'.p.m., -i:M 4S S5 HW 5 l.tlfiiin
Maximum Tmiioratnru, 4o Minimum Turn
purature 'III.) : Kulnfall, too gmiill to mi'riMir.
Jtivor, 8 feci HI turbi'i, Wife !!'! Inches.
W. II. KaV.
Serir't Signal Corua. U. S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL IT KM 8.
Morgan & Co., havo a largo'qiunlity of
good seasoned wood lor sale, in lots to
suit purchasers. Leave orders attho office
ill I i a s mi.n & Co. Sewing Machire Dealers,
Closing Out, Hoots mid Sloes.
Hiving a wry largo stock nf winter
u'"iIh on hand consisting of (.tents', Ladies'
mihI Childrcns sewed Hn 1 1 pegged Hoots and
Sliues, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy enmpetition, in order to
nnke room for sin iniinensu stock of spring
"ooil.", which will begin to urrivu soon. If
in want of anything in my lino I would ad
vise, j ou to cull on mo before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good hur-
gnins. I invito all to cull and see lor
themselves. C. Ivoru.
No. !M1 Conimerciiil avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Notice! in thin columu, fl vo cent per lino, caeh
GRAND MASQUERADE HALL.
It bhouKl he borne in mind that the
Cossino society will give a grand masqucr
ndo ball, at "Washington hall,
on the 18th inst., which
they propose to nnko a really first-class
and enjoyable, nll'air. All those who desire
to attend can obtain masquerade suits ;ii
Turner's hall, .ill improper characters
will li; rigidly excluded. Tickets can In
had at Paul (t. Smith's, OoldstineA Uosen
ii .. ii . . . . , ..
wmers, uan iiarnnan.s, Meyers I iic.ip
more, riwoDoda tV Fcliiiltzes ami n tli
members of the Society.
Wood ami Coal,
A full supply ot Indiana coal, as good ns
1'ituburg, just received from the mines ami
for Kile at f 1.00 per ton delivered. I will
always have ou hand a stock of this colo
bi ated coal ; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on mind,
for sale. Apply, at thoC.& V. U.K. yards,
F. M. Wakd.
arrive our leveo presented no obstruction rcotion, mid therefore) what might bo a
whatever to it. Several wrecks, notably tint formidable opposition to himself. Kobinson
Metropolis wharfbont, wero swept by this is being fought by tho railroads, and for
point during tho evening, and many others this fact it is supposed that Cullotn will
wero expected to pass in tho heaviest part appoint him to please tho clement of tho
of the gorgo which, it was thought, would body politic ever seeking to regulate that
reuch Cairo about three o'clock this morn- system of corporations. Tho candidacy of
ing. 1 ho ice came down along tins sido of Hay is creating a considerable buzz.''
me river pnncipaiiy. It llm observing citizen will but keep
--Tho burial of Mr. Charles A. Saup yo open ho can easily detect tho indi-
ook iik. iu nrevioiislv aiinmine.K.l if vidiials who entertain somo idea ot
would, yesterday afternoon at two o'clock. Hnnikin and sweating through the com
Tho Mystic Krew, of which ho was a mem- in canvass in tho hope of being permitted
ber, turned out in a body with tho comique to wuri" 1,10 ('fficml S(;a,H- Tll(T lmvu not
band, as well as many friends and acouain- yot sl,own themselves, but tlio time is not
far distant when they will bo seen on tho
most prominent streets of tho city during
tho busiest hours of tho day, nod
ing here and there and shaking hands
with persons whom it would do their hearts
Hift acres line hind in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Kidge, about
Ihiiiy acres cleared. Title perlect.
M. .1. Howlky, Heal estate agent.
Ovi;it 1 ."i.!j,()00 Howe scales sold. lior
;len, Hid leek & Co., agents, Ht. Louis, Mo.
(J EX ERA L LOCAL ITEMS.
Day School for Boys anil Girls.
Night school for persons engaged durim
tho day, ami lessons in Latin, (termini.
French, music, book-keeping and penn
luanship, by Prof, and Madame Floyd
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirleenlli
To w hom it may Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others are liereby notified not to sell
goods on my account to anyone, without a
written order signed by my sell, as I will
not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
'ew Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dau'l llarlinan, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial Hvenue, and lias
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant, ne nas repaired mo iniildin"
internally, making changes in the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it wiih every comfort that could be
wished for iu a first -class establishment,
he has spain.d no pains to make his place
one in tin: most attractive resorts in t lie city,
ami invites all to come and see bun.
Oysters! Fish! (iainc!
Fresh oyster, line and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fiom Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received iu cans, direct, trom the
pickers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Ked Snapper," the king among lish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters ami fish, corner Ohio fji vco and
Eighth street. I to inner Hewitt, Ag't.
100 bales outs straw ; 5,(100 pounds choice
roll I miter, at UO cents per pound ; WO bbls.
apples, at $1.00 per bbl., for sale by (!. M.
Alden, 7s Ohio Levee.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 128 Commercial avenue, over
Taher's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.(MI; six baths, $.-..00. Trvthem.
W. II. Maiucan,
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may ba enjoyed nt
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Pat. Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down b ii
sulky, all in a lir.-it class "condition, ns well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable ligureson a moment's
uoticu at his "Horse Manson". Ilisplaceof
auhiness is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN TIIKY 110.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, J15 and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
u bulk received daily and for side by the
dozen, hundred, quart or gallon. Keineni
ber the stand,
Wi.vriiii's Ovstkii Dkimit,
On Eighth street.
Buck leu's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for ciK
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
jCtUrr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, ami
all kinds of skin eruptions, This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 2,"i
Cents per box. For sale by (Jko. K. 0'IIak
coi uii KViit'l.
N'ullios in thM"i columns, Vn CMiln per line,
encii iiiHiTiiun. .llurkeil
tanccs. Services wero held at tho residence
of his sister at tho foot of 27th street and
trom thencotho remains wero taken to St.
Joseph's church. After tho impressive
services at the church tho pro
cession moved to the train at tho foot ol 10 KICK 10 1110 m'w Jerusalem. '1 hey
Fourteenth street which took them to Villa wi" 1,0 m'a nt ,1(J churches, near the dives
Kidge where all that was left of poor ol tho Cll'' ftt tho ll,-,,or' hM in tlie
beloved Charley was interred. saloons. mey will nttend all social
gattiennts, tree lunches, balls, suppers and,
in short, anvthinrr wlier tietinln iniiv )u
vertised for sale, tho rumor has gained r,mm. They will join the usual number of
ueu nave pUt ine.r neans logeu.er ami ,,, (,ndl of th(J firo cnu,)lin,Ci BnJ
have concluded to bliv the office and flwin iii.:..i.n.
- rt iiiou li e ocra ltv oi a J'ea ior v on v on
revive tho Daily. Apparently tl.cy feel now L ,m,.(,r gril. ,,,,, ,,,,,
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n.um.u us ever u.ai, uiougu u.cy lorm in ,,.. T,.(,ir ron(lu,.t Mmo..TA in a m,pnfl
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oiuuse.ves a ,,ouca. power which cannor H8ry evll ,)y wicl th(iy ftr(J Clirri(,(,
o iyuo.iM,, un:jr are iecog.li.ei. only w.ien m.., (,.min..i(rn
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me iower mey wieio is wanted io serve
- Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
The Tony Denier combination, com
posed of twenty-live people, nut up at the
Arlington house during their stay here.
-- Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeycr's.
--Found A large Newfoundland dog,
by Fred Kochler. Owner can obtain same
by proving right of possession and paying
for thi notice.
- Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a large stock at F. Korsmeycr's.
- -.l ick Smith's, accomplice in the rob
li' iy of a youth of ten dollars the other day,
nas yesterday nrrested and will be tried nt
one o clock to-duy. 1 lie arrest ot "Jack ' is
only a question of a little time.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 50
Ohio Levee. 4
Check books, ru'eipt books, order
looks, etc., iiiado to order on ""short notice
lit I II K Itri.I.KTIN oflicc.
-This year Lent will begin on thc.second
of Match, in consequence of Ash Wednes-
lay falling on that date. April 17th will be
lvi-tcr Sunday. Therefore ye who want to
min'.'le in the ball room will have to make
arrangements to Imvo a good time until the
season of sack-cloth and ashes arrives,
-Fresh oysters at A. T. Delhiun's, Titi
-The weather being very cold those
interested m the suit of McNulty vs. Clark
oncludcd not to take their cast! to Hodges
Park, but permit Judge Olmsted to try it
Tins was done. The entiro day was con
same I in the examination of witnesses am
arguing, and the decision will be remlen.
The gentleman and lady, who have for
some time been expected to take charge of
the central office of the telephone ex
innge s, have arrived and assumed their
lutie.j at the instrument. Subscribers fi
the system will please bear in mind when
peaking over the general wire that a lady
reives their requests.
The Legislature of Illinois will, at its
present session, be asked to pass a law
making it an offense to sell, irive. hire or
loan a pistol or other deadly weapon to any
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minor, i lie eniorccmeui or sucll a law
would greatly reduce the lists of crimes
and accidents. A general disarmnient of
young Amerca is one of the needs of the
time. Tin; small boy must he placed upon
a peace footing.
- To night the great Kilmorc A Benton
( ihiiiation will hold forth at the nthene-
uin. That the troupe is one of the largest
mid best of its kind in the country there is
no denying and, to judge from tho flatter
ing newspaper reports that appear in places
where they Imvo performed, they give a
really excellent performance. AV proph
ecy for them a large and appreciative
nudieiice. The company will occupy
Pope's llcalrein HI. Louis next week.
- Tony Denier and his Humpty Dumpty
pantomime company had acrowded house
at ihi! atheiieiini last night in spite of the
fact that Ihe weather was extremely cold
and walking had. The audience room and
part of the gallery were entirely filled
with the fashionable people of Cairo. The
performance was all (hut could have been
expected, being fully Up (I,,, pp,!ir
opinion previously formed from the eulo
gies of the press where they hud performed.
Tony Denier was, of course, the principle
n'traetion. but each member of the company
received his lull share of applause, Iroin
which it is safe to judge that the auditors
were well pleased.
Tin) all absorbing topic of conversation
yesterday was the ice gorge which, it was
known, would reach this point during thn
early . u l of the night, It made its np
pearanre in due time lightly, m fjrKt, but
constantly gaining in bulk and force All
the steamboats and whurboals wero re
moved during the afternoon ami evening to
hat hoi i of safety, mi that when it pin
party ends and that they and their interests
arc immediately dropped back into utter
obscurity as soon as tho political excite
ment is over. A republican organ in Cairo,
controlled by such men as Messrs. Leonard,
Bird and Scott, would probably weather
Tho Springfield Monitor: "linn. F.
Day before yesterday Don. I). T. Line-
gar olfered a resolution in tho house, call
ing on tho county and circuit clerks of
each county in the state and clerk of the
criminal court of Cook county to furnish
the house as soon as practical tho entire
cost of trial of all criminal cafes
amounting to felony in this state, in-
ptllilirl'r jliiittnrr .w, .linm C....u
M. yungblood ,s among the prominent of for Budl rrial t for 1C ycar emlin
December 111, 1880. The resolution was
the democratic side of t be house. We have
heard a number of inquiries like tho fol
lowing, "Where is Youngblood?" since his
little speech on the use of the house by the
people. He is commanding in bis appear
ance, both trom his erect figure, pleasant
face and intellectual evidences. He is so
cial with everybody, kindly inclined and
has clean cut views on matters of public
policy, with independence and courage to
defend his views when advanced, or those
who meet his approval when uttered by
others. The democracy of this state have
reason to feel proud of Mr. Youngblood as
a member of tho organization, and w ith
such colleagues and co-workers as Harring
ton, Murphy, Durfec, Day, Linegar and
others, who wo will have occasion to refer
in the future, the public interests will be
remind those who owe us of their indebted
ness, but having long ago ceased
indulge m personal remarks, we desist.
But assuming that our entiro communi
ty is incredulous and not too good to be re
minded of what tho tuluro may havo
store, we fake pleasure in ussuring our citi
zens in general, that most ot the good moth
er's prophecy has already been verified, am
certainly it is not impossible that tho above
couplet, with which her poetic prophecy
finishes, may also come to puss. We all re
member that the old lady predicted that
'ships should sail the sea without sails,
and "wagons without any horses shall go,
thus foretelling the intentions of steam ; that
"tho British Lion shall be vanquished by a
bird of the air," and "England shall be
ruled by a Jew," thus forecasting the vie
tory of the emblematic American eagle, am
the wonderlul success of Disraeli.
When wm! remember these strange things,
we are very apt to feel like entertaining the
belief that Mother Shipton must havo been
inspired, and that her entire prophecy may
be fulfilled by the world coming to an end
this year, and thus terminate forever the
disputes between capital and labor, science
and religion, temperance and intemper
ance, arid all other problems to which
human nature is heir.
However, this may be, we have no doubt
that should the city count il, in its wisdom,
adopt a resolution protesting against the
fulfillment of the prophecy the busy world,
with its multifarious operations, would
keep on its accustomed course; marrying
and giving in marriage, buying and selling,
some walking the broad road and others
treading the narrow path, just as they have
done since the Hood, would continue with
out interruption until some other good old
dame, while under inspiration, shall doom
this woild to destruction.
A few days ago we mentioned the fact
that a democrat, who had been elected to
the Pennsylvania legislature, had refused
to take the oath that he had not used mon
ey to influence or secure his election, and
took occasion to hold him up as a worthy
example for republicans to imitate. The
Cairo News in replying to this says:
"By refusing to take the oath that he
had not Used the money to procure his elec
tion, he tacitly confessed that he had. Is
Yesterday afternoon was again made
notable in the high school room by a bril
liant display of literary talent on the part
adopted. Mr. Linegar also introduced
two very important bills, the first of which
is bill to tax railroads whoso earnings do
not exceed $3,000 per annum per mile 3
per cent, upon gross earnings, and w here
the gross receipts exceed $:J.000 per mile 4
per cent, upon gross earnings; on telegraph
companies, J per cent, upon gross earn
ingsjon express companies, ') per cent
upon gross earnings; on insurance com
panics, 2 per cent, on gross earnings. The
second bill is relative to fees and salaries i" that respect Tiik Bu.i.ktin holds him
ot clerks of circuit courts n counties of the u' a" 11 wormy exatnpief Any other view
(W ,.into if :.i.. .i.... r. i,:.... . would bean insinuation that some at least
.......... ,.,.. ... .or uomgu who took the oath prejured themselves of
...m... ui-L.u.iuuMi f auvancc costs oe which there s no proof."
"I""""1 P'lioiiuiion emery oi appear- Itmayanswerasaret.lv to state that
ance of defendant, $2 shall be paid; for it is now announced by the dispatches that
einering juogment, f ami tlint these lees ft reimbiieian. ot Indiana, named U;rtt.,n
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are an u.e c.ei i, snail legally charge. ut .e a vulgar phrase-in precisely "tho
It is a fact so well known that all of- same boj." This is all we need say in re
ficials and legislative bodies i-tudiouslv ply to the News, but the action of these two
ignore the rights of the colored men im- eccentric men is woithv of further nolle.
o. inoscnoia.s.ina lengthy programme, mediately after the election, that it is Both went through the fret and moral wear
...iiusiiigeompoMnons, oecia.nauons, re- hanlly worth while to refer to it here, ami tear of a rec nt election.hast .,1 to the
citations, readings, music, etc. A fair audi- I Hut the publication of the following pro- assembly to which they had duly certified
u..i.c feMceicu t..e youiniuicnoiars, an oi test, which expresses the sentiments of credentials, and there, upon the floor, dis-
wiiomom wcu. i no exercises were opened sixty-four prominent colored republicans turbed its session and Miockcd (heir col
oy iuira Ainamia news, with a oiograpiu- of Springfield, can do no harm. In it thev leagues by declaring their unwillingness to
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cm pu..ie, ami men continue.! ns ioiiows: fmil fault with the appointment of demo- serve. Such an irreverent violation of the
A composition, entitled "Circumstances," cratic janitors by the republican general proprieties challenges the reprobation of
uy .uiss .iianue J uylor; a piano solo, by assembly: "To the senate and house of both the parties who,.; "di.vinlin.." h.u
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,amie composition on "idle- the Thirty-second general assembly: thus been defied
.1. .u.s iuaiy joiinsuu; a n.sioncai y e, the undersigned citizens of the state of It the individual part wm iniiv ferment
question, by Miss Minnio Breibsch; a Illinois, respectfully beg leave to enter our with moral scruples, how is in organization
historical question "Morse, the Inven- protest against the action taken by the to be kept "solid ,'" The dan 'cr is irraver
tor of the telegraph" by Miss Addie majority party of your honorable bodies in when acandidate smiles andswears through
Christman; a declamation, by Thomas granting such privileges to tho minority a canvass and utilizes his triumph to be-
ii.uii.iaj,.jr;a composition on "Corn," l,y by whi,.h obnoxious democrafs, receive po- tray his supporters. To extend his hand
;.uss A.iee iiem.eison; anomer composition silions, at the expense of a more deserving heaped with riches, mellow promises to bin
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lyncme i astor; a composition entitled ot their fellows. We do not assume the district, and then to announce trom a le,-.
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iT.isningioii, ic, .uiss Jiouisa ivoenier; right to dictate as to any appointments, islative seat lo which he stands accredit,.,!
n AltlAlX Ml tl t ii itl ltl Tilliw.a r'nlKirnn . , I ..i .. . . . . .. I ... .
" " "J """ i -oi..- .mi we protest against a policy not on v Out over which t iose hands refuse to part
detrimental to the republican party, but to his coat-tails, that he cannot take the of
the country at large, ami we hereby petition filial oath are apt to impell his constituents
that you rescind, or so far modify the and co members of the same faith to some
action already taken, as to conform to tho considerable licence in the way of unofficial
wishes of a large number of your constitu- oaths. Tiik Bi i.i.ktin, as an organ which
cuts. We refer to tho resolution grating occupies an advanced moral position, be
the right of the minority party in tho legis- lieves that it must be admitted that if pro
lature to select the janitors in the cloak faruty be w rung, he who furnishes a reason
loom, (or it mill snnr In It
wholly inculpable. What respect is due
to a scruple that not only rullles parlia
inenfury calm, but creates a loud surg of
'Now Well and Sfronir."
Dn.K. V. PitKCK, Buffalo, N. Y.:
Dear sir 1 wish to state'tlmt my daugh
ter, aged 18, was pronounced incurable and
was fast failing, as the doctors thought,
with consumption. I obtained a halt doz
en bottles of your Discovery for her and sho
commenced improving at once, and is now
well and strong. Shu took tho Discovery
last tall. Very truly yours,
Kh.v. Isaac N. Alolsti.v.
10 U HAI.K.-Tlie Wlnilew Hlnilti-m liclniittiiK
to tho liullfllu DiiilillnK Apply nt tin- lioime
Un ACKK PA KM KOI! HAI.K ON KASY
ThB "IO"fl four nillra
wtMt tir llwtKa Inrk, ucrun In rnhlvmlmi. For
liBrtlcular. i,,,y to w. JluI.PKN.
ONK NKillT ONLY,
Monday Evening January 17.
Tho CJ rout "Original"
In a iotruu of runned Mln-lrulm, wn liavu llm In
I in i t ul lu '
Tim Kliitfn r Sinm and Ounce,
WKMiY and I'KAlllj.
The Wonderful Juyler,
K J, O T z
Thd WI..rd Cariirtint,
Ji K N.JAM IN.
The Pli:as'ij' Tenor,
MRS. N E I A A !; Ci A 1 i TON
l Do mom flnlnhi'd U.ly llnrlton.: Horn holo-
Adn.l.1.I..H,5')ci.t. ,., c. nn.
UKO. H. LKNNoX, C.-u'l A--t,
Tll KN HUM
Saturday, January 15.
on soli diited 8hows
THE I.AIO.KST VAl'DEVII.I.K ANI SpK. HI
TY TKOl l'K l.N THE WoKLIJ.
,,tTT.!oSlx Ifertnt .i-lii oo the- hu t
tu Same 1 Imij. .
Iii'llllli; tllif tlrrflirmnl.r.. l
f an hour ahead of all oiIiith.
V, iIi.tc (jtiart. r
')! HOIKS OF SOLID FI N.
ft. llflt'Ksi fit' .iil 111 fi v
a half iiiIlMo uta'ti
No tedious overturi'. Nut
wilt. o curtair. Jlnt
BUSINESS FKOM THE WOlMMiO.
l).MSiIONmand TSrtT,l. ...t.. ,i..,- t...
ri!iTV.-d etaU -(.eiurtfd at llartninii
Kx-urxlun train from all imlntK. Sw nffirUI
anniiuucenieiil of rnilro- d iiinii.mli a.
W.J, CHAI'1'ELl.E, lk-,,r..iiutlv
JAN'K STAT KM KNT.
KEPUItT tip THE CONPnp.N
:iTV NATIONAL HA NIC
ol liiiuoi, at t ij . i:1om' of
at Cairo, iu the Stat
December .'list lJ!il(,
position on "Snow Mountain," by Miss
Jessie DeKussy; a historical question "A.
B. Sall'ord" by Chas. Pouch ter, Jr.; a
declamation entitled "Higher," by Dan
Kelley. At the conclusion of the exercises
Miss Patterson, one of tho teachers, took
occasion to make a few remarks and sug
gestions concerning composition writing,
which were pointed and full of wisdom.
Mr. (Joldstein also arose and said a few
very pleasant words.
-There seems to be quite a struggle, for
the position of railroad tind warehouse
commissioner tilled by Hon. Jno. H. Oherly
luring the past four years. The following
is the latest dispatch from Springfield to
the Chicago Times, concerning the mutter:
"The matter that now interests most of the
republican politicians in this city, outside
ol legislative matters, is that pertaining to
the vacanyto exist in tho railroad and
warehouse commission. There is a strong
contest being made by a number of prom
inent gentlemen who live in Southern Illi
nois for that fat place long occupied bv the
Hon. John II. Oherly, who, according to
the stalwart edict, will not be reappointed.
Those who have been the most active in the
Mintest during the past two weeks arc Hon.
Robert Bell of Mount ( 'ariiK.'l, Hon. Then.
''ountain of DuOjioin, and Dr. Kobinson of
Fairfield, and now comes the plucky John
B, Hay of Belleville, who led the linltlo
,'iiinst Hon. W. . Morrison lor congress,
i the last campaign. Bell was a prom
inent candidate before tho last republican
convention for lieutenant-governor, mid has
strung backing. It is surmised that Cul-
loin's friends, or somo of tho most far see
ing', when it comes to looking through a
stoiio wall, would prefer to havo him np
point Bell. It is known that ho is a warm
personal Iriend of den. dreen B. Bamn,
United States commissioner of, internal
revenue, who is presumed to have his eye
on tin; seat in tho senate now fully filled by
David Davis. Should ho appoint Bull ho
would (Inarm Katim somewhat in that di-
"And surely lliln world to an end lmll como.
Iu elejitn'ti hundred nnd elithty-one."
Sosuidold Mother Shipton many years immorality in the breasts of the individual
ago and ho, even of the most learned in legislator! MiouM a man commissioned
Cairo can prove the contrary? We quote to 8mo n'H ,lit,ri,'t. assume an authority
the saying as a warning to tho "Not to- "tiperior to and to annul Ins commission,
day, but on to-morrow," citizens among and (what is the special lien Be) "go back
us whoso chief uim, as thev hurrv throtpdi 011 "i P'o-ty," whose back bore- him
" i .
this life, is to go slow and procrastinate, through the mire of Ihe campaign?
-.1. . , . ., . .. I H' 1 I , .1. I . ... I
vyo might say mat those young men Minimally oi mo ucmocraisor repuo
such as Vtill Smyth, Dennis Foley, Jack "cansoi notiincrn Illinois havo creatnd a
Jones, etc. who contemplate manncri "imihir sensation in a similar manner?
during the present year, should pluck the Mot much it they knew themselves. And
apple now while it is within reach, and ''"T nr,) ' '''t, w'iy should a man
ere the year passes, if they would enjoy the i,1,lu,Kl! llm expensive luxury of a futilo
iilisslul state. Wu might also whisper it C11I1VIISM Wltl1 the laws at his eihows. A
into the ear of Mr. Lewis, in a friendly '"an who seeks to ,lH's'ht mnking laws
ny, mat ho must apply tho whip more 8""UUI mi 1:limimi wmi llu,W! aireauy
vigroously to Ins street cur mule if ho """ 1111111 " anvunci.
would make his road pay expenses before tho Tll,ls to P'uro as a martyr is to confess
end of the world shall overtake ,im oneself to have been a fool or a rascal; a
To the mind of ('apt. Nellis wo might M""1 111 ,lot ,ll,vl"H l,1'Mlllimt ed onesell with
recall the fact that the travel, uldel, i, !l;o f,!,lul,.,,r "J''i11 '"lvi"K intelligent.
!.. (1. . ,,. . - ', Uy violated it. now democrats or repub-
lldll t deliver oil Eighth Street, is not of tllO lT,.n run retain their serenitv under l,.l,
desired quality and fails to givo sutisfue- circiiinstances is a mystery to us, nnd wo
turn to teamsters, who dailv hhm tlmt vcntiuo to believe that it was not retained.
thoroughfare and that thn d,.,P ,i. I Both of tho geiitleinen should m.ito and
In .mil reon., t.. .i ,. ' .. ... found a new parly. In several hundred
Ll r,. , ; Z. " " "'" V y would increaso to ,lbl its pros
" Ke.iuemen who, With cut size,
mi eye to the raised salarv ,,c i -
arc conte.i.plating joimm, tll(, Mt.Ul0(i(lt ' A New Arirtlineilt from I lie Slump.
somo other church !........ ...... lleiereiico was mtdii at the close ot a
,1UJ i. o , ""-""""i l111" mass moellng, iiotcl in a Ba drangu imner.
" "at they now t the plienomemil cllln.ey of Ht. Jaeoys
havo nn opportunity of killing two birds Oil in the many nuinlul diseases to which
with ono stono securo their election ns mn'ikind is siibjeft, We mention the abovo
woll as securo their u.,nU r , us showing how ilrong a hold the Old del-'
Wo might remind all thesn l,mn !,,,n"!,,y 1'' H.h,T!HtiHm f ."' "
.ren.lemenof ,l. .,,hl ... "T cxp;rie.,ct, ..ml -oml wis,es of the great
b" "amen an wen as I plIOIIC,
I .on nn and diiount
I'. !v lionil to t'-i are rin 11 1 u
Other Him k. Iionds und mort
Hue from approved renrvu
asfiil" JU.r, :!')
line from other nalloiml ImiAv 4J.."ti Vo
Pile from .statu ImiikH nnd
, t.anlt.-r. . 4 i.'HS. 1.1
Heal .tiite, "fiirniliirc and III-lur.-
I'lie. k llllll OlIl.T l llll itl'llia. 11 l S?
JHll ..I (II 0T 1 .1111
I-rm t Imiiil i(mt curr.'iji'j,
nil keif and (inine .....
".Id sr..''.') U
Mlv.T to -.11. u.; '
l.e.'lll Tender nole 1ii.ixi.ki .
lt. .. niiiinii fund nil 1. s.
'I'ren-iirer, ir.nT( erjt of rir-
r-li 1 ii 1 1 Hi
One from I'. S. T'rea.arer,
other tlinu .'. e r cent re
$ Jf it.3 M
:i:.l H iff
Ml. KIT 44
t'niilul ctiM k mld in
Nnlionitl hunk iioteHonPluud-
Individual deposits mlilwt to
niec k in.li 77
P. Illlllld eiTtlllciltcli of lll'liorit, lo.'.iil ; i
Pue to other liiiliuiiiil hunki", 4.i,l
Pue lo Statu liimka and
'"inkers ,)i;. sii-.s.!:'
2 IHI.'OI Itl
lm '.i )
Sluli' of IlllnoU rounly of Alexainler. tr.
I, TIi.ih W. IPilliday", C;ihli r of I lie abovr named
lunik, do Holemnly awear Hint Ihe nl.oii" Hiih inent
I' true to the hvA of my knowli de and Kiiief.
liioa. W. Hai i.iiiAV. (Vine..
Suliacrlht'd and sworn to bclore im- thii-'lthdiiy
ol ' January. ISM. M . J . Nowi.kv,
'oiiniii t AtUsI:
H H. ('CNNINnilAH, 1
(). I). SViLLiAStsiw, VbirgctorH.
II. II. ( ASIIKK,
VAKIETV STOKE. ,
VAV VOIiK STOKE,
WHOI'.I.SA BE AND BETA I L.
Tlio Largest Variety Stock
IS TIIK CITY.
MODS SOLD VKKV CLOSE
o. o. path: u co.,
Q W. WIIEELEK,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cnimtantly un hand
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Stavo Trim mines
At one dollar per loud.
Thn lrlnimlnira"ri! miiium ulitlVtllK" and ttlftlto
tholiiial aumini.r wood for cook I im 1' " rl",'.1'" w 1
M tho chuHpimt ever mild In l'lr"' ' "r '''f?'
.mlili'i usulnai'ltlnirtlrH. thuy r tini;qtial ud.
Loavo your ordurs at tlia Toutli atrout wood yard .