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TO THE PUBLIC,
When tlio Into Cairo ''democrat,' after
Struggling against threatening bankruptcy
for year, passed into tho hands of thu lnoin
hers of Oh Republican partyj.tho necessity
for a new organ 6M)cnlocratic'sentlineiit, in
this city, become oYcaicc apparent ; and, with
out one moment's delay, arrangement word
made to securo uiajorln! to bo ucd- in tlio
publication of such a paper, rin Friday
morning, November,. IGtb, the '.Democrat'
ceased to represent tho principle of its for-'
tner friend. On tlio evening of the next day
tho splendid and complete assortment of
printing materials now uod in tho publica
tion of thU paper, and in the job printing
room connected with it, had been shipped 5ri
board a teambonttlylng at.thc wharf of an
other city, and, In a few houys'thcrcafter, ar
rived in Cairo. Tho,Dembcral,ftcr giviig
Carlh un tittoruncc or.twp In tho laiiguago of
tho party itJiai for year endeavored to
ovfcrthrowVdietl an Ig'noiilfnious death; and
' tho nweslty for grout liatc in Issuing tho
proposed new pajwr pasted away with tho
' caustftwhlch garo birth. "Having; how-"
r tver, completed all KrrangiActttl niid being
,i unable, longer to rtwut public importunity,
wo now present, as a candidate for popular",
favor, the Cairo Evening 'Bulletin.' .
j Wo enter, upon (uUtACK tf turbLi with
hope and confldcncchYp: fbat'thf Pjgb of
fc'outliofn Illlribbv andVspocially tnTof
Cairo, willjjivo to ui a liberal stipjiort: coru
lldcnco ltfo,ur ability to carry the undcrtak
incr to comnlew and'iwrruantrnt succi-ss. o
are not Ignor,..! of the fact; that the bUtory
of the printing bu!nea in Cairo furnishes to
Ui no cncourngcmwit! Oa.lU titlo page i u
warning, reiHuted often within it cover,
agaluit tho fbpl'irdjnws'OCAttcmiilliig to
accuro n comfortable livoilhoou, mueli lc
iBako indney, at tho limine of' publithcr of
m rmbllcMeuroal In C!ro; "It-chapters rc-
4ttc tho ttory thfitc, fitful JcUeocc, oji
mngiriti Uio tunnequendei! to ..the bucineM
prosperity of thoio CQmmuuities. Chaos
ould como again to them, and tho clock of
their prosperity would bo turned back around
tho cntiro dial ' " ' ' ' ' ' ' tT
With the hints and. rcptarkj above record
ed, wo submit tho iBulgtln,'i without any
pledge?, to tho consideration of tho public;
DEATH OF Mil. SAM'L. U.JfALLIDAV.
In tho recent death of Mr. Samuel B. Haiti-
day, of tho hotuo of Ualliday Bro&, and Vico
President of tho City National Bank, tho city
of Cairo has sustained a dcep.loss that.may not
bo repairciL A zealous friend of ..all public,
cntcri)risejj, a careful, thorough and succesiful
business man, his untimely taking-off wlll bo
felt In every clrclo and conuitton in in in
which ho moved and acted among us. Long a
resident of Cairo ho had closely identified him
self with tho place, investing largely in Its
realty, and never for monfcnt dear-airing or
tho wisdom of his courto or too ulumlto com
mercial and general contoquenco of tle city.
A man of high moral character, and a well
cultivated mind, ho bestowed hlmielf with1 zeal
to tho work .of up-bullding tho.- church and
sabltathnschoof with which' hoThad conncctcl
himself. Tho young of overy degreo among, authority in tho West, that vessels will
. 1 4. T 1 I,. , 1 I' !,.. Zt ' .1 .1 T ' ti T t. .1.
The MUilislppI V11ey a Europe.
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VH.VriSHAID IN EUHOI'E ABOirT THE LOCA-
Tho nytttor presented bolow is by no means
newi't a nature to commanu mo carueii
atlcffpfc of every ono who feels a concern
for thc'futuro development of the Jllfslfr-
Valley, arid the upbuilding of Caird, w.icf
iBVccrtainly the gato thereto. Ever sincoj
tho attention of tho public has been directed
hither, far-seeing man have, time and again,
predicted and argued that commercial neces
sities would ultimately embrace Cairo as ono
of tho important seaports of tho American
continont. Tho' feasibility of' such a thing
finds no intelligent denial.
Tho article subjoined is from Alexander
ifacrac's Liverpool Weekly troduco State
ment, dated "Wednesday, 2d irist., and, indi
cating, as it' .does, a well settled conviction
that tho tniio L not vory remote when Cairo
shall bo invested with her new, but well-do-scrvod
honors, wo submit it to our readers
without further remark :
"Wo aro informed in England from high
us ovcd him, and greeted his coming and
going as & friend indeed. None lament him
mono deeply and sincerely than tho hundreds
of children who so often haUincthini in tho
Sabbath Scliool. 1 '
The family left behindhand his n'dmeivttV'ro-
lftllycss, have.tha.siuccro sympathy oCtUo en
shortly thread their way from St. Louis, tho
metropolis or tun .Mississippi, to urcat ism
aln and other European States, diiikct. Why
this is to bo dono now, and why It has not
been dono btfore, is somewhat inexplicable,
but wo Know, unougn or tlio spirit oi Ameri
can cnterprlso to assume, that there must
have been good reasons.
our experience or too .Mississippi, so iir,
tiro'.comraunlty In their deep and seemingly . "ur experience oi tno iiiss.. sippi, so sr.
, t .t.4 t -vr-ti- is confined to individual travel, but wo un-
untimely Urcvmmf. derstand that it is nagigablo to tho largcit
sized stehmers and vessels from the Gul
I.rt'M.V TIWCN -'ATT fl AHllikV.lfMexIco to where tho Ohloloins it. at Cairo,
some iouo loriuous mucs. xorin oi mis 10
St. IjouIs. the navigation becomes more lim
ited, lUUottgh oo ton cratu can ascena even
to StVPauC 3Iiiinosota. It would appenr
tltcn that Cairo would bo tho great starting
point for Europe, and represent St. Louis
pretty mucn as .Liverpool U(KfHancucsicr;
that the American Government aro bent bri
removing obstacles in the stream, whilo tho
Illinois central j(atiwav company are ue-
voloplng every facility on it bank). As the
crowjitti, tho open ocean Lf actually jjcaror
St. Iiuts by iu own waters, tban nny of tho
firmly lcmocratlc, yielding an earnest and
cheerful support to Uio, measures of tho patty,
yet dealing candidlytand fuirlViwlth tho oppc
sitionnovor becoming loo bigotftfl to commend
tho right or too craven to condemn tho wrong.
'As a family paper it will maintain a high
character,, containing weekly such a variety of
engaging miscellany as will render it a wel
come visitant at every homo in tho country.
Tho first number of tho "Weekly 'Bulletin'
will bo mailed to all tho subscribers of tho !ato
.iim'TlnmncriiL' In tho bono that many, if
not all 6f them, will forward their names wnn
the pric-j of subscription, and beeomo IU per
TKUM3 of sunscRtrrtoif.
One copy l'year, - - $ 2 00
Five copies I year, - - - 8 00
Ton conies 1 venr. - - 15 00
Twenty copies; I year, .(and ono to getter
Joajf H. OflKKLY & Co.,
.-4, . Publishers.
THE DULlJETIXWHO CAN DO )VITH-
Tho Daily Evening 'Bulletin is dolivcrod
to subscri1ers anywhere within tho city at
the low price of'flfteen cents per wook. In
tending to render it worthy of tho counten-.
ancd and support of all classes, wc hayo reason
o believe that St will find.lts way into every
home, ofllcound busineAiih'ousotof tho city.
Certainly no man who .desires a medium or
sols aro at Syria, which belong respectively.
to tho I roncV British and Russian nuvie.
Hobart l'afclm does not attempt to blockade
Syria. Ho has nhendy allowed Greek ship,
to enter tho harbor.
Letters from other parties, dated December
10, represent tlwt tho oily was tho sccno of '
great popular animation. Bunds were flock- '
lng from tho interior and parading around
tho city, Great bitterness of foeTinj: wa
shown against tho Admiral of tho French
fleet in l'ucrrecas, whero ho was oxtrcmoly
unpopular on account ot tho encrgctio deV
manas ho mado on tho Greek Govornment
to prcservo peace.
, LONDON TKKiiJ O.V THE WAU.
The 'Time',' in an article on tho impend
ing war in tho East, holds that Grceco Is tho
aggressive party, because sho ordcrod her
vcssols to lire on all Turkish men-of-war.
The 'Times' thinks tho powers will .bring ,
such prcssuro to bear upon tho Athenian '
Govornment that pcaco will bo speedily re
stored. Tho 'Standard' and 'Star' both nttributo
tho outbreak in tho East to tho olMtitmcy of -tho
European powers in maintaining tho .,
statu quo of tho Ottaman empire.
WHO COMMENCED IT?
A dispatch from Constantinople chartrc
the Greek with commencing hostilities. It
asserts that in tho recent naval encounter iu
the, Archipelago, tho Erosis ilrcd tho first
shot, tho Turkish tnan-of war returned tho
fixo with oirect, anil tho J-.rosiF put on all her
team and ran into tho hnrlmr of Svrl. T)u
dispatch adds tlio Erosis was Itruck several -
limes, unu iter masi unu smoKo-siacK ua'iiy
damaged. , ,
.Although famed fur the absence of whisky
shops, and the strict morality of its citizens,
Carbondale is scarcely ever without its dis
A few days jino, an- old gentleman, an ar
tist, being hard pressejlJar money, ngrel to
paint a fun-sized portrtaV-Jn oil for twenty
five. dollars. Twenlfiyo ottlzcBA'Qf Carbon
dalo subscribed' diueT 4oMs7"ac)i; and cast
dico to determine whoso faoo rhoulu glow
from thu canvas. In duo time ...tho portrait
wa satisfactorily finished and tloliTcrtfd to I which cannot. Ono or two will suffice:
ihk itAlssi tnra.1! HjCt. In KzueUnd tho DfoduMlonof fod
,,,. TO .... r"B' w,.w , hand nir 8100 ba es of East Indian compressed
kfrfbscriber nsuuea Hladman. This man I jjar from Bomb v. some 18.000 Bailee I Now 4
not only refused to pay his dollar, but I the quality of this is much inferior to Amer-
threatenoU tho artist--with prosecution for I Jean, anu too ueius oi too Mississippi arooniy
Eastern ports by which ior produce now
seeks Europe I ' . , , -.
Hut bow saidl wePcstimato tho valirt of di
rect commuakation ? Put Grain and Hour
on one sUto which can ill afford nay overland
freight, lot us Use, uuUnc mtwo&o articles
cotniuunlcutlon with thcTcitr? and tho world
around him, can expect toyflad a cheaper or
moro ample ono than that' .furnished by tho
'Bulletin.' Its local col unite ,lonb; should
commend It as a necessity itovovorjr family
nnd busincis man, wlillo its Ihffustrlous and
sincere advocacy of Cairo and'Csdro cntcr-
priies should give it a strong hold uport tho
friendship of all property holders and; well
wisliers of the city. "With no super-abund-
Vrico of area, filled with dead and unprofitable
auvertifemcnts, it prcsenw .anipie rooinv
accommodate tho commercial, legal anJ
social necessities of our city, with spaco for(
4 an intttlltgcnt presentation of current nows
both foreign end domestic, bcrving sucu,
ends', and placing tho paper within tho reach
of the poorest mnong.n. wo have tho rght
to expscl"tbHt our .circulation in Cairo and
among the friends of Cairo will bo so general
that our dally readers will bo found In ovory
house, counting room and business establish
ment -within reach of our carriers, besides a
mail circulation never yet obtained by any
paper in Cairo.
all lu paragraphs tell of trouble, which, hBVM
lng beset 'ormor puDiuners, crusneu monw
f Uborunrowurdcd; of merit unappreciated,
cverthcleas, In tho face of the admonitions
of tho past, we to-day enter the newspsporlal
trMm of Cairo, tc- fluht for success: and to se
cure it, too, if industry, energy and perse-i-nrticu
can civo it to us. Addison makes
- - i j
one of the characters in his great tragedy
'T.t not In moral to commati J u.-cc,
Uut e il do mote, tcinprooiu mo1I lewe IV,
And o withes'. At least wc luill dctcrvo
Tho 'Bulfuiln' wHl.mlvocato tliopriuciplei
of the Democratic party with dignity; and,
at no time, attack rtnyrinan In hlsj person or
business liecauSo he. upholds political doc
trlnes WhlcJi wo dcprecati. "Wo recognize
tho right of-,privato opinion, and shall marli
no man for abuse slmpjy for tho .reason that
ho does pot see with our oy, think with ou
thoughts and speak with our voice. In nV
tacking principles and doctrines of politics.
however, our missies shall bo thowost ctrec-,
tlve; and taking no,!quarter wo (shall gl
none. Yith lWdicaltsm,- iwj represented by
the fanutical leaders of Congrcs, our fight is
n mortal combuC-war to th(j "knlfo and th'
knlfo to tho hilt,,,,,, 'm.
But, after nll,ourgreatjnlssion is, to u
build Cairo und tho fertile Wd wldc-prcad
country which surrounds it in three of the
great States of tho Union; to udvocnto all
measures which wlsdom.may teach us tend to
cccuro this result, and to attack nil schuuies,
born In tho fertile bruin of speculation or ri
valry, which aim to cripplo tho energies of
this section of country; and thus to retard its
growthyand surprising prosperity. In this
mission' tho 'iJullctin' will, wo predict, overt
an inllmjtica powerful and potent ; and should
therefore receive tho patronago and support
of overy mun, of whatover politics who has
at heart tho Interests of this rising city, the
metropolis of a section of tho Bopublia fortilo
as tho far-famed valley of tho Nile. No per
son, who has 'given to this subject any
thought, can deny tho truth or fall to soo tho
irco of thls.propokUion. Everywhere in tho
world, U has bvou? truly, hoid tho nowsjiapor
. U tho Index of tho progriWof tho place, and
S and it is therefore clearly tho interest of each
jg citizen to do all in his power to maku bin
S( homo newspaper appear prosperous, and bo
Indeed prosperous and independent Every
dollur Invested in increasing its subscription
or its advertising, Increases its usefulness, und
reacts to tho udvantago of the community in
which it Is published. In fact, tho nowspa'
per i mo -""iiiuii investment ot u commu
nity. Kvory citizen should be interested in
its success Look, for instanco, at Chicago,
Cincinnati, JS&w Orleans and St. Louis. As
tho daily press in those cities has prospered
so tho cities have prospered ; and if that press
wcru suuucniy removcu ana not roplacd
violating a town ordinance-against throwing
dico. Tho artist rcpllod that- if Mr. Hind-
man could reconcf!o'uch a halo courrCwlth
a manly" conscience, ho might pursue iu
Hercat Mr. H, becamo offcjjdod, and actually
instituted suit against tho old man
before the police justice. It was in
vain tho accufed urged that ho was not
an active party, in tho dice-throwing. Al
though ho was cognizant thereof, ho was in
nocc of any "purpose to violate any law, and
having seen rjngs. and. other, property
'similarly dllposeJTof at their fairs, ho felt
assured that Jio had not offended. Ho was
fined, however, twenty-flvo dollars, and, hav
ing no money .was s.cnt to the calaboose. An
old man, giuy.uairru, or respcctablo connec
tions abroad, tho Imprisonment almost crazed
him. Night and day 'ho bowled mot pit'
cously, touching tho hearts of all who heard
him. Euruno to brand where tuoy
Shortly after Itla imprisonment a timber; i'cii Platca n"'' ffV ywla tho brand, but
4000 to S000 milos a way I .To dospatvn.May
.from St. Louis, via New York to Liverpool,
Would cost 4 per ton on an article worm xa,
wborcas lts than one-Aaif would bring it uy
direct water, and cnablo tho Ilsslsslppians to
compote with tho world!
Anu wmio on mis suuject jl woum givo a
hint. All tho Hay wo get comes uncut, and
so, very costly in freight; letthoso who In
tend to'command success, enopu.
Starch is generally productd whero Corn,
A'c,: abounds, said direct communication will
bo u eolden opportunity for tie manufactu-
rera oi mu i ui. aw u uuv hum
In papers, neither will it be taken powdered
but in gchuino crystals, looso In" barrels lined
witu paper, wo nave an'ouuci ior mousanu
upon thousands of barrels, at 2" 10s to 30
Tnese anu many omer iuw arucies oi com
merce will bo opened up by a direct alliance.
If nrivatu entcrnrise has to Wilt uuon public
spirit; it is to bo hoped it will not bo long de
layed. 1 wouui recommcnu every auippor 10
turuno to brand wncro tuoy can. J.ei meir
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MR. M. B, IIARRELL.
Th sorvicoj of thb gen tloman, recognized
"sis ono of the ablest newspaper mun in Illi
nois; and without many superiors in' tho
country, havo been secured by us, and he
will, hereafter, act as associate editor of tho
'Bullotin.' For many years -Jlr. Ilnrrell has
been connected with tho prcas of Cairo, and
many of tho ' tches which, In past years,
gave raelness to tho newspapers of tho West,
came from his pen. Ho Is thoroughly posted
in tho wants and possibilities of Cairo and
Southern Illinois, and will lose no opportu
nity to use the columns of tho 'Bulletin' in
the work of attempting to supply tho for
mer and dovolojo tho latter. On tho Cairo
'Democrat' wo were associated with him for
a long tlmo,-and found him to bo a gentleman
in every respect, u newspaper man in accord
ance with our ideal and in all particulars
Immeasurably tho most desirable man in our
clrcjo of acquaintance to edit a paper in
of uteamboatmeii, detained by ico at Grand
Tower, viaited Carbondulc, and learning tho
circumstances, determined. tupon tho old
man's release.' with them to resolve upon a
thing was to do it. Amply armed, they re
their names and addresses very leiribly, and
. . . . --r .
thus proclaim themselves to tbo millions ot
A HINT TO CAIRO -'HVslSESS gtEN,
W.' P. Schuckors formorly an attache or
paired to tho prison, and meeting no violent I tho Cairo 'Democrat,' has takoj the Mnrpliys-
opposition, tho old artist1 was i taken' frohvhls J iro 'Argus' in charge, and b preserving, if
cell, thence to tho cars, and thenco beyond
the jurisdiction of Carbondale, or tho tyr
anuy of tho mau Iiindman.
Moro recently tho quiot of that burg was
disturbed by tho arrest of a burglar, who, It
sceins, hud been plying Jiis nofaricus' calling
there for several wcoks, nnd, through an as
stinted religious zeal, a strict attendance
upon church, bible class and Sabbuth school,
escaping even tho shadow of suspicion.
On Friday last this religious zealot, learn
ing of tho high moral character and religious
exactness of .Too Cormlck; took passage with
that ctt'ervescing railroad u.an for Contralia,
havimr n tlckot for Decatur. At Contralia
ho suddenly discovorod that hu had loft his
box of carpenter's tools at Carbondale, and
could not proceed without thorn. Joo kindly
not improving its reputatfon us an excellent
Democratic country weekly. Ibluhcd asmo
'Argus' is in the heart of Jaokton county, and
visiting the hundreds of farmer of that ibrmy
locality who have an annual surplus to dlsposo
of and annual farm and family supplies to pro
cure, our business men will stand groatly lit
thoir own licht If thoy fail to employ a lingers
length or so of its columns wherein, to make
known their business. Jive dollars cxpcsiaeu
in this way will' como back with five hundred
added in a single year.
Tho Importance of concentrating, on Cairo
tho trado of tho surrounding and naturally trib
utary country seems to be understood, hut that
knowledge fails to onforco tha.propor cflbrt to
bring about that deslrablo end, The capacity
of tho Cairo market is absolutely unknown nt
telegraphed to the Carbondale station agent Jnany points not fifty mlles.distant. It is not
to send forward tho box on tho next train, known that hero can bo bought agricultural im
Thu, reply was, 'arrcs). that man,. and hold plcmonU of nil kinds, seeds, groceries, dry
him. wo want lilm." Tho request was com- goods, queenawaro, and what not, at St. IiOiils
piteu wiin. rtriuiu in cimrgu vi mo uuivur pricey pecauso ,tuo poopio tiava not peon au.
tho licensed obtained permission to "retire,"T pressed through ndvortlsc-iuunU in their county
niid wtillo la Te'tlr otn'ont tho ofilcor heard him papers,:which, in many cases, aro the only nows-
drop snmo metallic substances into tho vault, paper thoy see. Schuckera' paper tho
Thu man und vault were thereupon searched.
From tho vault "was' taken a box of valuablo
jewelry, a lino gold watch and chain, and a
ruiir containing uuuuv mtw ).
his parson wero found otlior.'and equally con
clusive Rvldonces of Ills viliianous caning
not ovorlooKitn: two checks, hid in tho Un-
Iiik of his boot, which would havo cnubled
him to obtain possession of two valuablo
trunks that had been shipped to Decatur, for
which point ho had originally taken passage
On Saturday night tho accused was brought
back to Carbondulo in charge of a strong
iniard. Tho feollnK muniftntgd by the
crowd who witnessou his roturn has fortified
us against surprise should wo huar that ho
had boon strung up to a tree or lamp-post.
paper thoy see. bonuckera paper tho 'Argui
circulates in a uroau noiu ot tins cuaracier.
Encloso to him your card, nnd for five dollars
ho will render your business as familiar as
"household words" in every farm house anil
village in Jackson county.
THE WEEKLY JWLLETIX.
Tho Cairo "Weekly 'Bulletin' will mako its
appearance on the morning of tho first Thurs
dav in tho New Year. It will bo nn octavo
sheet, each pago tho size of tho Daily 'Bulletiu,'
compactly filled with tho creism of all tho local
and general nows, literary miscouany, commer
cial reports, etc., that appear in six issues of tho
dally, besides considerable mattor prepared es
clallv for no other edition.
In polities tho Weekly 'Bulletin' will bo
GEORGIA MUST WAIT.
Senator Edmund, on Saturday last, intro
duced a bill to repeal so much of .tho, Recon
struction AcU in relation lo Georgia as pro
vides for giving tho Statu representation, in
Congress, nnd to create n provisional govern
ment until Radical manipulation rondcrs tho
State fit for Fodorul asoclation. Thp, action of
tho Gtorgia Legislature in oxpolling tho.nei
gro mombors is set forth as the preamble to
il.o proposed legislation.
When this P.cconstruetion farco will "play
out" no ono can safely conjecture. Certainly
never while u Democratic sentiment prevails
among tho reconstructed.
nrstOUKP Wilt KTVKi;.V IVUKKVAXI) OHKKCE
ou fur Uio Peac or Europe
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Inform; tho'eJUn'tis of Cilro nail vlolnlly tliat tie h
on band on of the lari't and txst aj'sorUxl stock of
Dry Cieodx, Fancy Goods awl NoIIqhs, 1 '
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la nobthsrn Illlnoli, which ho offers at prices that iilll5
datVaotapMUUm. . .
We trill sell rrint, for bit brands, at froinS to 12VJ'
Tard wide ISJrachnl Martin !.......... 1S1
lftarjry&ri! wldu Slmctiiig at...i....... lie
All-wool Planarl at....u.M....'S.....M.m sac
Wblt IJJinkcl pvr pair, iU-.Mu. $3 to
Vug9 tU all-wool iIouUa Miawla At... 4 O
New tijto luHcn" Ctoaiu at JJ uound upward
Oood bltueri at........, Vk
lUtgtnt aad rtry ivr chanjft aUo aud tig-
poplin at . i..-7Jc
(mod ynl-wldo iicrioo t.Mr...... : v'
AlaiRoannorlmfntof V ' 4sJ?i
Black and Colored Alpacas at 23 ceatn
AND UPAVABIU. - 'I
And numtroun other lyIew of DreM GooiIh corr' "
pondiogly low, t
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Ali-linen llandkfn'liipf. at
All-linen Toweling, fvt ynl, at
viuiMt iauiui.iaua M,
Iriili I.lnen, yaril vrida.......
Ail-woo i tsck.:
Indies' Merino Hum
Merioa Undcfslilrt and Drauers
aPanoy O-oodss,,,, v!mn t
en U p4 tv';
. i Maui i
SATIN TRIMMINGS ,
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Alexauder KIl nio ei,.. .n . ' ,
Also, a large ..orlinput of
, ' VELV,ETSr .
And all other Good correHtA'ditfi
C0MMKNT5 OY JHK I'UKSS U.N TUK WAU
V 0CKA.V TKLKOUAI'tl.
TDKKKV. , ,
c.nir iii''iinnlc. lioreinber li .
u Is o'fllclallv announced that tho Sultan,
has received to force his demands on Greece.
Four frigates sailed for tho Archipelago.
London. Hoci-mUir in.
Tho following dispatch, dated Corfu, De
cember tC, has Xecn nceivgd. hero: 'Tho
Government at Allien, has called out tho
military reserves of tho country nnd tho mo
bilization, of ihu national militia has been or
dered. A battalion of students is forming
at Athens, 'tihd'tcu battalions of Greek sub
jects tiro to bo enrolled. It .is said that a
command has been ofleml to Garibaldi.
Tho instant Invasion of Lpfoos is loudly
HIJiKISO OK TJIK lir.OiilH.
!"nri. lemlK-r IB.
It Is rumorod.that tho Turkish Admiral
Hobart followed, tho Greek fl.cainor Lrosis
into tho port of Syria andiinU hor.
London, Dec. 18. .Alldnight Tho follow
ing is tho latest nows wilu-h has been nWwed
from tho East A , .. ,
Tho Greek Government has dispatched n
man-oi'.war to Syria to demand of Hoburt
Pascha that ho shall not obstruct the frc
entrance of tho harbor. Three foreign Vuc-
It ii therefore to thuiniurretpf erery eriinlmyhu
good to t-all t
VUt Csuiuei'oiHl AvcMiie, :
Ilffiiro Inlying elvMliero, a money .avedln" mout-y '
Thankful for hi liheral xUronsKO lierrtoforo ex
tended to in, wn hoo to receire tho Mtnu in futun'.
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