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BY JOHN II. O.BERLY &
Wk congratulate our friunil, Mr. John
Martin, .Jr., on liis ulcction ly tlio Ken
tucky legislature to iho position of
Statu lnndor. JIo hat) made tliu I'ntlu
cah h'rntttckiun a hiiccoh, and it is ro
frcHliinj; to learn that his party friends
in tlio legislature have not neglected to
Mrengthcn liis li.nul.
Do. Tlio Sun editor iiifoniH the
puliliu that ho may have occasion to
give his opinion on the pending contro
versy between TitK Ul'M.kti.v and
Father O'llalloran, Do, friend Davis;
let us have an opinion from you. Von
gain nothing hy keeping all your opiu
ions to yourself. Tho expro.t.vion of a
good, hearty 'opinion, on Homo subject
foreign to .John Logan and him .Senator
will make you feel good for at leant u
"Tho American Peace Society" i.Hito
paper, dated at IJo.ton and (hieago,
and edited by the ocrotarie, with tho
object of producing n htrong public t-on-'
timcnt in favor of fettling international
difficulties by peaceful methods. The
January number contains the form of a
petition to Congrosj, praying for the
diieoungement, by that IkhIv, of all
measures temliug to involve our country
in war with Kngland, on account of
questions jtending. Petitions for peace,
prctnled to Congress, will have little
effect. That body, while under present
management, will be controlled alto
gether by partisan consideration, and
would coiirider trie expenditure of the
life-blood of citizen. a cheap price fur
tho continuance of the Radical party in
to fa Tin: it
O ItM.l.OllAS. tlE
11 li LATEST AS.
In another column of Tut; Hfi.t.i:
TIN tin morning wo publish a luttor,
intended as a dufoiieo of l ather O'llnl
lorau's uiijitKiifiablo attack on the editor
of this pajrer. The author fkulks be
hind a limit (; phimr, and aims his nii.s
piles with a very um-killful hand. It
would not be saying too much, if wo
were to'pronounce Viator s outgivings a
compound, the ingredients of which
are twaddle and weak invective. Tlio
foolish advice of thin man may have in
fluence upon the rather' mind. lie
may be, indeed, "tho power behind tho
"throne, greater than tho throuo iti-olf
but we cannot afford to wntu ammu
nition upon puch game. We have had
no quarrel with him. Our controversy
i.s with tho Father, and to him wo .-hall
address what we have to hay.
Vour position in tho church, Father
O'llalloran, ought to bo a guaranty
that your heart has been purged of
worldly pactions ; but, wo regret to say,
your conduct in tho pro.-eut controversy,
from tho moment you unjiii-tly as.-ailcd
us uutil you crowded to tho front
your little but convenient implement,
"Viator," has been intolerable and in
oxcii!.abli? I'leaso to uldurstand in, Father. Do
not believe that; becauso we talk thus,
we have any unk,'J feelings in storifor
you. Wo have not. If wo would, we
could not be angry with you. Wo
(.peak more 'in sorrow than in anger.
Wo wMi to deal fairly with you ; but,
as you are tho aggressor and not more
than human, we must talk to you plainly
bluntly tlio word of soberness and
And, now, lot us ceo whoro you and
wo stand, Father, so that wo may havo
a fair comprehension of the situation
may viow tho subject with intelligent
The I.um.ctin sometime ago pub
lished a document, which had been pub
lifhed in many other papers, and which
in purport was the Pope's bull anath
ematizing Victor I'mamiel.
Then you, Father, without t-eoking to
know tho motive that prompted the pub
lication, entirely ignorant of it, de
nounced the published document as a bo
gus anathema, and ordered your congre
gation to not patronize Tub Hui.i.v.tin
becauo tlio papor had published it.
Wo, then, iu explanation, said wo bo
liorod tho anathonia to ho genuine when
wo published it, and protested that you
had dono us injustico by seeking to
injure our butiucBs becauso wo were not
as well iufonued as you.
In rcspousc, most holy Father, you
said wo had confessed that wc had pub
lished the anathema knowing it to bo
.Surprised at this statement, we proved,
by placing 'Our language and yours in
parallel columns, that you were either
incapable of understanding the Knglish
language or elso had intontionally mis
represented us that wo hail confessed
nohuch thing; that, on the contrary,
wo had proclaimed our belief ut the
time of the publication iu tho genuine
ness of the anathema.
And now, by tho pen of your tnutll
"convenience," known as "Viator,1
you tay that wc made confession of
knowledge of tho bogus character of
the document when we said: "To this
"day wo havo no evidence of its bogu
"character, although wo now believe
"it is not genuine." You reason thus :
"If you have no evidence that it is a
"forgery, and nevertheless believe it to
"bo falo, you havo not niado use of
"that matured und unbiased delibera
tion which the gravity of the occasion
"required." Does rucIi reasoning prove
that, at the time wo published the an
athema, we believed it bogus, as you
have aborted '! Does oiiras-ertion that
wo havo no evidence that it is bogus,
but ivjw believe it not genuine, prove
that at the time of its publication, wc
believed it to lxs bogus? Have
you proven tho truth of what you de
clared in your other letter, over your
own Mgnature, that wc aminnl wo had
knowledge of its bogus character, at tho
timo wc published it? Hut you ak,
Why, if you believed the fabc bull
"genuine when you published it, did
"you, without any evidence of its bogus
"character, como to the con
clusion that it was bogus?"
Because, Father, you declared iu thu i
pulpit that it was not genuine, and wo
believed you were a truthful and intelli
gent man. We thought you, being a
Catholic priest, knew something about
the form of the Anathtmu Murunatlm
and would not deny tho genuineness of
of the true bull. Wo took your word,
iu short, and, without other evidence,
jumped to the conclusion that we had
been impo-ed upon. Hut, miicc you a
sorted that we confessed what we did
not confc, we have come to the con
clusion that we ought to havu other
evidence than your ncrtiou ; since you
have asserted that tho bull published is
bogus, you ought to know what the true
oue is. If you do not, you arc sadly iu
want of information which no Catholic
priest should lack ; and, if you do, you
will not hesitate to publkh it. If you
.-now what i bogus you ought to know
what is genuine ; and, since wc havo in
furiated you by publishing what you bay
you know to bo bogu, allow, us to mol
lify your wrath by publishing tho true
document. Furnish it to us. Wo uro
anxious to make this reparation.
Father, you seem to bo iu a dcplora
bio condition of ignorance iu reference
to the contents of new.-papcrs to bo at
a loss to know which articles are orig
inal and which copied. 1 it tho dis
guise of "Viator," you ask: "Does not
"editorial etiquette demand that, as
"often as an article is copied from an
"exchange, that the credit of the article
"should bo given to the paper from
"which it was copied?" No, good
Father ; editorial etiquetto demands no
such thing. Matter original in the pa
por front which the editor copies should
bo credited to that paper; but if tho
editor finds an extract from one of
Webstor'a speeches or Demosthenes'
oratious; from ono of Dickon's novels
or Scott's romances ; from one of tho
First Napoleon's proclamations or the
Pope's bulls, ho should credit the ex
tract to its author, and not to tho paper
from whioh it was clipped. Such mat
ter is the property of all papers. It
gives tiR great pleasure, Father, to en
lighton you on this subjeot. You will
hereafter have no excuso for making
mistakes about tho rather ulntruso
mattor of newspaper et edits.
Hut, Father, you wish to know what
your position on the publio school ques
tiou has to do with this controversy.
Nothing. Wc do not caro whether you
are an advocate or an onouiy of tho
schools. You laid claims to great lib
erality, and oven iu your "Viator" let
ter assert that you aro distinguished by
"liberal-minded viows, good breeding,
"and goutlonuuly deportment to ull."
To provo that you are an illiberal man
prejudiced- full of tho wormwood of
uialico domineering uvcu tyrannical
we pointed first to your unjust troat.
incut of Tub IJult.ktin, aud thou to
your bitter invcotives against IJalfrcy's
Cntholic and tho nublic schools to tho
fact that you had refused tho sacra-
incut to any of your lneiuuers wuu pa
trouizo Mr. lialfrcy or avail them
selves of the free school system
In reply, speaking as " lator, you
declare you havo pursued this courso,
becauso, if any of your members should
be lost by reason of your neglect, God
would require their blood at your hands
Well, then, you should be impartial in
your intolerance. You should not deal
out threats to the poor and retain them
from tho rich. Do you I Let us eoo.
You drove out of tho Catholic .Sunday
school two children of n gentleman
who holds official position in this
county, bccaut-0 ono attended tho
public and the other the Ger
man school because thoy did not
attend your "every-day ndiool." Why
did you do this ? To bo consistent
you must say, because you have a
duty to perform, and that was
a Wicessary act iu its performance.
Hut, if you do say so, you will not reach
up to tho whole truth. You did not
know tho'o children. In a conversa
tion with their father, a short time after,
you told him you would not have driv
en them out if you had known whose
children they were. Why? Answer
that, Father. If the father of thoj-o
children had been a poor man, ignorant,
in dread of the church, would you have
told him what you told the other
father? You drove those children, in
nocent of any ofrene, out of your Sun
day school into what you believe a more
sinful place than the public
schools the Presbyterian .Sunday
school, aud all because you did not
know their father did not know that
he ha money sud a mind of his own.
Anil yet. Father, you talk about your
liberality; deny that von walk rough I
shod over your own people ; harp about
your duty ! Permit us to say, Father,
your precepts do not rquaro with your
practices that, whiU professing liber
ality, your acts prove you to bo one of
the most intolerant of men.
Father, thi disposition of yours to be
intolerant superinduced the attack mado
by you on Tin: Hi'M.r.Tt.v ; ami, allow
u to say. it is injuring your church
iu thi community. You are, indeed,
doing more injury to your church than
all its open enemies iu this city; and
we hope you will soon come to a realiz
ing seii'-e of this fact. Allow us al.o to
add, that you should not permit your
political prejudices to walk between you
and your religious duties. You may
sympathize with tho party of your
organ, the .S'ioi, but you should not
therefore uso your pulpit fur the purpose
of strengthening your partisans by at
tacking Democratic papers iu your
church on Sunday when 3011 should be
attending to your sacred duties.
In conclusion, we must imitate the
example you havo ml in your "Viator"
letter, aud indulge iu advice. We do
not know how it may bo received, but
to quoto your "Viator" language, we
tiMiro yuu it is given in a cordial and
friendly spirit. Imitate, good Father,
tho example of the shoe maker who
stuck to hi hist ; if you inu.-t domin
eer, coufiuo yourself to your own con
gregation, and don't again seek uif an
editor to belabor with abuo ; frankly
acknowledge that you havo done Till:
Hn.i.KTlN wrong; apologize for hay-
ing wounded our feelings and thoo of a
largo portion of your fcllow-citizons
whoj-o feelings aro identified with ours ;
and, abovo all thing, eschew "Viator."
It Is nijrht. Kurlli U lmili.nl In .till
in-" ; tho moon is walking iu bounty above,
uml tlio stars trlltlor In tlimr uneartlilv tm
ritv. How much of mill lovullncssl Tlio
sky Is spread out In nil its lu-nuty above us,
liusputiglt'd with stars, ouulrolud with it
milky grliilu, una iiiumlnatcu with lis vh-
ri-inir'. itvur-beiiuttful iiiinin. n-i'in. lie
sfgui'd not only to draw our evw ubovcuut
our liuart3 alio, and load us to contemplate
tlio glories of Unit invuiiilu wurhl, which
thu nigh, of death shall dlncloiu to tho eye
of our dliciubliod spirits, Xlnht U tlio
tlmu for meditation. Day docs not till tlm
heart with such mysterious emotions of
rullued piers iro in throng tliu heart at
night. As tliu shades of ovmilng giillmr
round, wo can rutiro within onrseTvei, and
spend tho hour thus kindly etven to think
of our past llvi.'3 and future prospect. At
the twilleht hour, when all inituro
hushed in tilnncu, memory Often tloodi the
Heart Willi recmcciioiii ui tup prst; tun
imago of fiir-oll'frlonds wilUuom to grout
us with loving smiles; somo of us eaii cull
to mind evenings tpuut Iu the society of a
fathor, a mother, a brother, a sister, that
lias lonir since irono to rest. How sweet
at this hour to look above and picture to
otirsolvo their loys, and think, if fuithftil to
tho chargo delivered to us, wo shall one
day moot thorn whoro wo shall never bo
culled upon to part.
ILLjOIS. JANUARY 17,
'Utor" tm h Hiie-Wtit the
I'nknoitn KmIrIU Mm. o mr-
Hlaat Lance or Tw l, ! f
(frm the Soifer viro Son.
DearSBik: AttU'ooglf a stranger in
Cairo, 1 hopo you will glvo placoto a low
rftnnrltn rnlntlvo to an articlo which ap-
nourwl In tho Cairo IJollktik of this
nvirntnf. pnlltlcd "Father O'llBlloran
acnin What ho says in his own defenio
and how ho lavs It.
In tho first placo I muit express my
great turpriso that a man, such as tho
editor of tho HuLr.CTix. has not moro
regard for his own personal chrtractor and
-l",. . .. -oi l. 1 it...- i ..lr 'I
1110 inicrcsis 01 Jl is mpur, muu w uimtn
man well-known here for his liboral-mind
ed views, good breeding and gentlemanly
behavior to all. iiuis inssori, uom irom
personal knowicugo arm reuaDio iniornm
HoassorU that tho "illiberal." "ignorant,
'unjust," "prejudiced" O'llalloran prompt
ed I'V icemiL's imtiuui witli all tlio lore-
troinir unenviable nualitles'. soutrlit to des
troy the reputation of his papor, simply
because he had nut sufficient capucity to
understand the genuine meaning of ' tho
worthy editor t learned m course ot reas
1 uo not moan io uutor upon n rigid crit
icism of tlio articlo, of tlio Jiur.r.r.Ti.v tins
much vimcr. nnd next.Hflcsuvi tho article
murium'! ursL Loe1m.10.4t wouiu occutmo
hears upon iU face tbo.cvidenco of scif-
Condfcmnalon. Any person can tee at a
a glanco that t.io remarks of tho editor of
tliu lUtlUUn, who written by a man in a
state of mind and feelings utterly unbe
coming hli position. The virulence of nn
irate temper oor.es out in every sentence,
regardless alike of truth and decorum.
Ho accuses Father O Halloran of icno-
ranco ''because ho did not know that the
anathema1 waJ copied from another
paper. Let. me ask, now could no havo
known that' Docs nut edltoral etiquette
demand, that a often as an article is copied
from uu e.velimigf, that, tho credit of the
articlo should Io giten to tbo paper' from
which ilhadbeu copied? That the editor
of tlio Itn.LKTi.s- did not observe this rulo,
is evident to all.
Ho tells tbo world that "If ho had a child
six years old. who understood not thorn
things more thorougly than Father )'-
Hnlloniii, ho should roffnrd Its future with
gloomy forebodings 1" JWell done, Mr.
Kditnr! You aro a perfect stranger to mo
but let mo tell you, If I were to form an
oUlmnto of your character from the ar
ticlo now lying before me, from your pen,
aud that your 'children, If you have any,
would partauo-ot (no nature 01 tnrir sire,
a hero donictud. vour foreboding for
their future could bo anything but chcur-
" Ho call Fathor OTlatloran uufulr Ikj
cnuio "ho dontes to him the credit of
furthering tho Catholic interest,'
and gives tho horrid howl, enough
to shako one's nerves, about
"sore-backs ' and 'elf-lnlllcted stripes to
bo impotcd upon the wretched member of
deny him this honor ; but with 11 cooliiP'.s
that M truly amazing no evaucs too plain,
simple Question put to him by the Fath.-r:
"Where, when, and in what manner ho
had done so Father Ull, called forfaots
and tho worthy editor rcfues to givothetn.
Wo next fall in with an appeal to tho
coo.! gonitis of truth to pardon Father
O il. fur, as can be suppotcd, a breach of
veracity on 111 part; ami men no devises n
most ingonioui schomo to provo his good
faith in the genuineness of tho "ansthema,"
wtien ho puolHlied It, by putting what lie
laid, and putting what Gllalloran
(minus tho Father) said ho said, iu
eloso comparison, side by side.' in his paper.
In tho IIuu.ktix of Jan. 'th, I read the
..!!.. ulm , ,.n, itili ilnl wn linn, Tin ,.vt.
deno ofTta-lmgus character, although wo
now beliovu that it is not genuine. ' .ov,
Mr. IMitor, you betray a want of mature
doliberatlon here, for if you havo no ev
idence hitherto that it is u forgery, and
nevertheless you now believe it to to false,
that proves unquestionably that in tho
publication of that article, you havo not
mado uo of that maturo and unblaied de
liberation which tho gravity of the occa
sion required, and which was your bounden
duty, as 11 public journalist, ueiore you in
serted it in your p.iper.
I now venture to givo a row words 01 ad
vice to tho editor tlio BuUrtln. 1 know
not how thoy may bo received, but I can
assure that worthy functionary that thev
are given In a cordial nnd friendly spirit,
an whether tho practical adoption of them
would accruo to his boueilt, 1 leave him
self and tho publio to judge. As regards
the "anathama," the cause of thu very un
pleasant cornispondcneo between you and
Father O'llalloran, apart from tho Ques
tion whether it is genuine or not, you
turelv do not think it lit matter for 'the
columns of any respcctablo Journal. How
would you llKu to present such loul stull to
yourwifo or daughters, (If you havo any)
to ainuso andedify them in their lelsuro
moments 1 You would not, yon could not
do it. You must remember .list your paper
enters Into tho domestic sanctuary of
many a huisohold, whoso fi.tr and modest
inhabitants must have blushed at the pt
nual of that vjle spawn of lomo polluted
mind. It is uu outrage, not on Catholics
alone, but on public modesty
AVero I u resident ot Cairo, that,
ami tho articlo of this morning
would oxoludo forever Tite Hi'llktik
from my house. Of courso Catholics will
feel this outrage tho more, bocauro It
comes homo to thorn in the tirade of per
sonal abuse launched out In yourcolumus
against one whom ,t!ny inuritedly love
1 fear you havo done serious Injury to
your own character ind that of your pa
per, and 1 would' suguest that the in!y
meant now lIVU-yoi (3 rrgalrt, at'leaSt In
part, the patronage which you incautious
ly robbed yourself of, would bo, to iiiuko a
retraction o Uiu ubiuho languuge used
against Father O'llalloran, and apologue
fur having wounded his fccUncs, and
thoiio of a large portion ot your felViiw.eitl
.oii whoso fooling aro identified with his.
One word moro before I closo: l'lea-e,
Mr. IMitor, whit has Father O'llalloran s
conduct towards. h congregation, as' re--gards
tlm public schools, or tho private
school of Mr, llalfry, to do with tho ques
tion at issue? Nothing whuteyor; nnd
your reference to that matter does not pok
well for you. Instead of imiliiUliii! yi'Ur.
ground, or If notablo to do to, honorably
yielding, you go back, and from tho ashes
of tho past, rake up potty facts which
havo no relation to you, mid thus strlvo to
throw a stignm 011 tlie Father's character
Now In denouncing tho publio school sys
tem, ho has but re-echoed tho sound of tho
teachers of Catholicity throughout tho en
tiro length and breadth of America, who
with ono accord maintain that rollgion
must bo tho basis of education." If tho
editor would wish to bo informed on this
subject.let him read tho leading Catholic
papers 01 this country, or any'ono of them ;
I would stiggO't tho Now York Freeman's
Journal, where ho will often find tho matter
As regards Father O'llalloran' courso
towards his people on that account, tho
Kdltor of tho Hullktik seems to know
very llttlooftho relation In which tho
ltov. Father stands towards his people
Ho docs not seom to know the awful re
sponsibility Incumbent uu him as a pastor
of tools', to whom the Lor;i hath said : "If
any 'bb lost through yourTault, their
blood I will require at your hands.'1 Ho
does not socm to know that ho must
"argue" for his people's salvation, 'in
season nnd out of season." Not that ho
might "rido roughshod over bis people as
the Kdltor of'J'in: UuLLGtiV would havo
It, bat because ho feels' it a commissioned
dutv. And becnusu ho fearlessly and
openly announces to his people that which
ed to make known to them ho has Incurred
tho wrath of tho Editor of Tun Hy llktix.
When Father O'llalloran received t ie
I ULi.KTiN tills morning, 1 cnanccu 10 uu
win, Mm nml hd fcliniilv remarked after
ltnl-t,ii, rn.nl fill, H rtlclo relative to him,
contained therein, that.ho considered It be
neath his nolico, and promptly declined to
mako any comments wnaisoovor uu 1..
Witt. Lis m.rm!ilmi fhaVo mado theso
few remarks, and I nin confident that In
putting them beioro tnopuuiic 1 uniy wu
lCn. ,t,n tiiniiniiu nnd feelltiL's of many in
Cairo, not only CathoUe. but men of
nvrrv ilrnominut on woo kiiow j num.
n'llnllAr.it. uml 'whno minds n0 not fet
tored by prejudice, fanatieitm. or Intoler-
- VI ATI 111
ancn. "n ,""
Caiuo, Jan, 13th, I S 1.
31ark Tsvaltt' Trltiulc (o Wanirts.
At an annuaMmnnuct of tho AVashlng-
ton CurreipouduuU' Club tho following
toast wa road': Woman, the prido of tho
proMl(jhf,?nd tho Jewel of) ours? To
whluu AliitK J. wain rcsponueu as lonows;
"Hutnun mttlliganco cannot estimate
what wo owo woman, sir. .She sows on
our buttons, ho ropes us lu at thu church
fairs,-she confide in its, ht tells 111 every
thing she can find out about tho little pri
vate utlairs of thu neighbors, ho give us
good advice and plenty ofit, she gives us
a plcco of her mind, sometime, and some
times all of It. Jn all tlm relations of life,
sir, it is hut a Just and grateful tribute- to
say of liar that ho Is u 'brink.' YiVctcso.
position or estate, sue is an oruamciu 10
tllC place lliatkiio occupies auu u ireuturo
to tlio worm, look at me nooiu imim s
of history 1 7Aok at Desdemona ! Look
. 1 t t . 1 t ....1. .., t........
Heath! Look at -Mother hvol I repeat,
tr. look at tho Illustrious name of history I
Look at tho Widow Maehreol Look at
Lucy Stone! Look at Llicahcth Cndy
Stanton! LookntClcorgorrancIs Train!.
And, sir, I say It with bowed head aud
deepest vcncrall"il, look at the mother of,
Washington! no raneu a ooy who
,i11 HAl 1 in lllll In,. lis. I llf.Vl.r liml nnv 1
chance. It -might havo been ditl'erciit i(
ho had bclongeil fna "Newspaper Corres
pondents Club. (.Mark nooKed raroumi
jilocidly upon his excited audience and
reiomdd) 1 repeat, sir, that In whatever
position you placo a woman tho Is an or
nament to society and a treasure to me
world. As u sweethourt, thu has few
equal and no superiors. As n wealthy
grandmother with an Incurable distemper
ho It precious. At a wet nurse tho has
no equal among men. What, sir, would
tho jtcoplo of tho earth bo without woman?
Thtiy would ho scarce, tlr, mighty tearco !
Then let us glvo her out support, our en
couragement, our sympathy ourselves,
If wu got a chuiico I"
toy Thcro nro now printed in New York
city, 10 dally morning papers namoly: 'J
Knglish, a liormun, Fronoh, 1 .Spanish,
(Cuban,) and 1 .Scandinavian. Thu even
ing papers number 11,2 of them being
printed In Gorman. There aro 1 .Spanish,
1 Italian, I French, t! tierman.and I Com
merolal soml-weoklies. There aro t tri
weeklies and UO weeklloe.of which latter,
-I aro devoted to agricultural Intereils, 2H
religious, "0 literary, and O'J to special In
terests. Of the religious weeklies, tho Jew
support .'i, llaptistt U, Kpltcopallan ,
Catholict and Methodists a. Thnro aro
04 monthly nowspupen and magazines
and 0 quarterlies published in tho city.
tor-'Oail Hamilton" has been gazsd
upon by a newspaper man in Washington,
who. placet upon record, for the bcneilt of
filturo historian, tho ensuing ttate.nent:
"She is rather small, has a round, fresh
and happy-looking face, blue cyos, and
brown hair, worn short, and sorto' curled
or frlizod. She I animated in conver.
tatlon; talkt a tho writes, It witty, fond of
Jokes, and must be Jolly to havo around,
Shu doesn't look a bit pedantic or blue
stocklnltlod, and lodging from her face,
she could puss nicely fur tnonty.tlvc
year old. '
js ouiiva i:.-. no.
An ilr.liiinmv in rejaril lit niiili-rruii,' Mi-" UI
I'tillce putter oil III" Ml.'.'l Mllert'inr Hit 1
W'uti'lilini ' ltat'l.i.tii l il l U Ii.iiIIkjuIs
iu III.) I.Mr of iMiru.
Ileitoflulnl 0) lliel'iiy (.jiinril of tin City f
'AIM.'. - i'
Wk. lst.Tlni tl.f Strut Hiirv,oi l.e uii.l i
lit-ii-liY imtislcl u III liill iKilii-tiiiiitliiiiitr loserix
i H-rllx iiui uliiliu urirsu n nil thu Iihmi
I 'fin euiiiiuunii.1 .bj" lilu. tiwor on streets or
mi'iiui". oriTib t'!l)', uikI hIiu luw ri'fu-l nr
iii'itlutcJ lu ulit.ili Miiiiin.Mia nr In 'H)- iho tor
toil nri-tclMptliill pro' li i-i by lilu, Saul mil liur.
II), li .-t.r, lo ia:imI uu luitlirr lli.ui ulm
h.-r.-M, I ) ilm 'rf-frrsentVtlon n 'iiyimm-rl
if it HlmrflHinl. or anv lu.-nt ri'iir.i'iitu !
owner il niiy wliiillsmt nr 'allruixt (leinit in tli
-il)- ol I'.ilrn, nelllnij forlli Unit li or tiicy hatn
protiilnl, nl lliclr unii xu-ii-i-, n iiltali!ii piriii
ti net ns wuti-liiuim ijf imy autli vs I. iillmut nr
lcuits, Hiiil prmliiL' Unit pulno oi'rs may !
(!mnli loniiih.vntclimari, vlul in tlir illx-liarsirt
i'f Ma tint ,.(., .Uittcliinaii, tlm Mayer, li
mi l Ulrltii nlT(on tnd .'nnenl of Iho t'ily fimu.
oil. mat inv.uil auolr MHlt-l-nmii ullli fi llmrr In
,iiiiik rri'i forllii'MnlMli.n nf mi) lily I'riiii
aiire hIiiIk In tlio lelinr;' cr lile illli). Mini
wiiIi'Imm.vi in r' e'vej un uoiilinsuiiuu irnm Ilie
oitym-ept llilecn provide.! Inr ik'Ii arre"
lin mil)' uiiik)-, nml komI Hntelunoi ldit lnm
ami st-C'ltily iu Uiu aiini of line llinnstml ilnllarn
for Iho faithful porf.innmeo of la I iluty In llm
doo. 3.1. .NnlliiiiK In llils Oniiin.tro l
(oiklnuiins utt.-utluir. iniiiif nininiT, Ilia (Irilnt.
aneol.i 11'nnnl tu lln n-tfiilur polii-n luri-o nf ino
oily of C.iiro, hikI snl.l uatuliiimu slntll lt ubji-tt
tit the control of the Jin) or iu i"iso of nil) i-im'r
Anranl Junii.iry 1 It as .
1 1)0 It
TlWl'J, WH.nN, Mj).r.
l' th nuly, ftntl tare Tims, Itt.ilih tint
Wontj. tl.CJO lti:w.ltl) for unjr cue ct J.fa,t,
la tnr iUg which thr fall ta curt.
. . IIS. ItlCIIAL'ri 00t,nE.V 1UL-
Z,, HAMS, Mm. I & 2, are th
jftiim prulfit slltrsilrti known.
B1JK tl. IIICIIAU'H (IOI.IIEV
I I RMXIit P'AMOUlt It tlio
vBfl Ortstcit Tonic unit Astrloient
sissslV n lh' Hcllcsl l.liu Hit. III.
sj CIIAU'S (10I.DK.V AS'ITIIOTG
Is the onljr rllbl illarstio.
Thf nmMU nr not n?frllll t i Curs sll
CsmplsloK and bnBt nonei liut aro (turntl
o et Ka lltal ami Hp.ly Curt In all cimi fcr
which Ihry aro re)mmcmlel, wln all oilier Irest.
rnnt hat lall.l. Tens ot thoutanji Tearlr reenrja,
by th'lr u, who hato lost all nf, an.lUsirio.
B'.unreJ as Incurablo by tho b of jrSt mtillcal
J-4-, IIAI.SASI, No. I, jrTfi L'lcsri, L'l-cratl
Foro Throat ami SKulh. Horo Kyci, Cutane
ous Eru.ljDi, CopvrC'lorel niotrhn, gor-nn
it tho Scalp, HcrofulaXe. It It the Oreateit Heoc
rator, All-raUro al lllool I'urlDer known, re
morel all mcrcir from U9 tyitcm, snl leates
lh' blon-t r.ure aiB bealUiy. ;
DH. iciiau's r.oTw
IIAI.SII, No, '1, caret Uercurlil ACec
tlomIlheuinatlim In all IU lirmi, an4
tltei lmmellal rrller In all ca.-.
rrlct .ofAIUur So. 1 er2, f) er boUl-, or two
KiCHAU S fiOL ) N
AS'TIIioTR. a raillcal cure fir nil urinary
Itranfrincnti. 1'rlc 3 per botllf.
F)K. KM'IfAIJ'S GOLDEN
lJ Kt.l.XIIt D'AMOL'K, a rallcal cui Ut
.NVrrsiu or Orneral Heblllty, In nl.l or
youn s Impartlar Mtrmy with wnn.erful effect.
Trice S3 r litll. tr two for '.
On recclia of price, theso rcmlls will b
lMpp'l In any place. Trnmpt altrntlnn pal l M
all corresHJcnti. N'Ano renutni without 0,4
Baroo.f "Pit. Illi'lIAfri f!iil,PKN ItK.M ITIsIKM,
II. 11. UlCllAl'.llH, I'Mprktor," blowu III
gt.uf of lu.tttul.
( IrrtiUrs tctt. fMl mpplle.I at a liberal
ilticeaut. n !
AJIrtiS, Pit. P. II. niCilAIUH. 7.S Varltk
tllmt, Nssr Vork.
A-.ii.1 nmnrv l.v iitre. or order BOihI
iiiArkod C. 0. l) Ihroiitili ur druxKlsl, aud
roil will mere wiiii no iu-.
SalvStion for the Hair.
For Restoring to
' eolorers, "y?Tnd " restorers
(?) in isc. It acts on a
totally duFcrent principle. It
is litnpidfragrant, and per
fectly innoctofAii precipitates
no muddy or thiCfciWnt mat
ter, requires no shkting up,
and communicates no Iktain to
the skin or the lincrl. No
paper curtain is itccjwary to
conceal its tiirJjjW appearance,
for the simvrfe reason thatVw
not turlrtiC It is, to all intents
and putfpose.s, a sr.w mscoviitv
hi ToilrV Chemistry.
l'li'cicy's "Vitaim" is
warranted to ri?Vt a change
in the color of the h.ir within
I o days after tin first Applica
tion, ' the direction being
IT IS .AS CIJTiR AS WATKR !
AND vfAS NO SmiMPNT.
Price, One Dollar per Hox,
CONtNsMIM; Wi ...ilTl.l.S.
Sold ijy alNPruogists.
If your Druggie has not
" V italia " on haw write, en
closing Si.ooXtnd we will
forward it immediately.
Phal(n & Son,
CI7 Broadway. N.T
yom ami c:oai,.
In iropitriM tn .I.-IIht iho l-sl
Fire Wood Stone & Coal
iu any art of tlio cily, In any .)HHiitily ilcsur.l,
ut sliort notii'i'.
tJoal lit'llvciiU at ijH SO lnr Ton.
lIKt'lt.'K-liver Herwrl, Hrlli A eii.' slovo
Uom, moilonri" atitvu ilio . nrn.-r nf Kitthtli siieel
ait-l iViiniiiert-iiil rtvuuie. ilf i-vil
EXTRfc IHE catOGHir
(iciiuiiui iniiiiiii'ii i:tufis.
Fl.VK l.'XtJUSU SOAl'S.
Hairs Tooth nml Null Unifies.
Inilla l!iililiir N'uiM'iy (iuiuK.
6 q 5
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN'EGYPT.
And Agjnl.s of
OHIO 1UYKK JtM KAATTIIl
iNTo.VO OHIO XjmV3D
Sect t.toa.cr Arris A t:o
General Commission Merchant
.o. 1.13, Oil In r.t'vt'f,
novlltf CAIRO, ILL,
. If. Mathuss. K, 0. Cli
jyjATJIUNH aV UIIL,
1 .'l.'i Ohio I.ovct ,C.VjnO, ILLINOIS.
H.rcinl attention liiteu to tho purohast tnj itl
TONIC IN USE
I'Ult HAI.R 11V
E. F.MAYNAED, Prop.
VTATUHE'.S (iHEAT RUN.
WhJlesnle I'epot-N. W, cnrnrrlTftliar.il IUe
etrcele, riill.tjrliiln, I'a.
JACllJI NL'IICtrrZ, NoU I'roitrletor
It Ij ri'llitlto r.tnilly 5fecll.lne, an.l ran U
'.. 5'", ,Jr ',,,lr liifmit or ac nil ititti tbe tar.ie. Un-n
tli'lal rsiils. it is ii.vrialn, prompt nnd tiieeilr
i " ....-t.-".rj, wisrii cunipnei
ilyspcpsia inHiiess t,f nolrils, falnlinvs. lck
sloiiiii.i,ieudwlie. i.lo, Porelilll-an.! ferir of
all Uimls, It It hrlwllrr and thr tlian quinine.
. ......... .., ,.,-,ini.-,ui4H fiirrif, , i:,vi
an ui pHtii,., (irnvea a powcrlul ilUf .tor of foo.l
ami will I'Oiimrrui't Hits rttrcts of ll.itinr In a few
IflllllltHd. Ail l.till.a.it.nt.lM j.ui.t....J n 1. ....II
-, -I . ..... -ii' u, i,n iiiv.,1"
rl pro..-rtit-s, mo itptirtiil a few tifihi. many cer
Iflt fit Ill niir n.iii.,lnn '
J.ijinson's Denul, Il.ttt Tenu., ao l Va. 11. It.
Jai-oaSi-iirm, I..-HertrHiri I nyeiise l Hi
llllteral liavo otiialneit Irom rou. an.l flnJ thrtu
to lio all they aro ri-coninu'ti.le.I to fouiiit
ono liotlln 10 alinril miii.nalilril,lj. r..tlr I r.M.1
aslliouth caunotilo tcry well nlthout tlirm, iu
i") I'ti-Kiii suieui neaiiii,
1. .MKMOK. lM3,mtlilli tl., Pliitt.
1'itstor llaiitiat I'si.) link Church,
H..I.I !.y w. 1'. Allt-n.M Mulnsiret-t Dutu'iu.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
litw T Intei Tnblr.
On anil ufter 12:30, p.m., Sumliijr, Deo.
llti, tliu following tlmo tulilo will govern
tliu itrrlvnl nml ilojinrturo tf passenger
triilns ttt Cairo;
Mail trrtin liiivont it'
l',xircss, ' " ut 'J-'dO p.m.
St. Louis nml Cnlro Krut
Iciivcsnt a. in.
AivoioirtiHliitloii li'nvct t,.,12;ao p.m.
ui; I vb.
.Mull .irriws ZM u.iu.
KKpri's-s. nrrivtx I'Jj-.m jt.m.
St. Iuils ami t'nlro Kxpn-ss
nrrlvcs - (.V p,m,
Tlio lust imiiiiM triilu U-nvi- .St. Louis nt
H)..!() n.iii. Trudou rau leisyo Culnvitt I'M
run., rum-1 1 St. Louis it( u.iu., roiiiHlii
n tho clly tliro'u liou'rs," nrurrftiint to
Cairo ut I: II p.iu , tlia nliiA:lay.
Tho I'.'.ilOiieooiiiiiHiiliittiiiu'iinl Culm ami
St. Louis ox-pros li'uvo il-uly; ul( otliyrs
lonvn ilnily cxcfpt Siimlay.
W'tiy pji!Jii'rs ehoulil hour n uiiinttutt
Iu 3;!!0 p.m., train iue.Jw only four typ
iIiil's bi'twt'uii Cairo liml LVnt'rullM, vlats
Joni'slorts, OHrUmitnlc, lu Quofn and
Asliloy, Thu l'J:3U p.m., irnlti tUpt at nil
the slntliiiiiiiluii'' tho routtt.
di-catf Axfiit., Cairo.
I. vnii:-'' Alpxnmlur gloves nt thu Dollar