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THURSDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 31, 18G8.
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.1 happy .vjir j'aviw
A'conlliil greeting, patrons imil friends, on
this ovo of a now yonf . Christmas lint been
commemorated, mid all of joys utiil sadness,
misery mid ghidnos It brought to our realiza
tion in now n memory. AVo Jmvobcoti unlior
ed to tlm threshold of another year, nnd It Is
ruoet tlutt wo juiine. In cotitcmjdnlion of the
record wo huvu inndo, tlmt thereby wo may
beacon tho way wo must thread In tbo future,
lluvo all the good rtMolvu, tlio forecast of
which bettered our natures, twelve months
n:; 1, bi-tn fiiitlifully ob-orvod ? JIuvo wo
satter. 1 tlo-se olinritio tbtit wore t(j wiirn
n -I murUlt poverty? JIuvo wo scotched
thoso potty vices tbnt woro to companion us
n j 1 inger Let ui look Into our heart, for
thu answer, nnd bo sure of n true one. It
U wrht n there in a light of sunshine or the
sotnbr.ness of shadow, taking its hue from
our lit U and our hiiitiloi, in thu year that i
g ne If i' rend it from that record in let
ters that aro glided in light, lot in, n Wo
grw' tin. blo-t un of tho Now Year it morn,
ro-atllrf.i the od rutolvon, and coinbiuo thom
with u prayer that thoy may llt;ht ayo, hed;o
v.i in, tin pth of rectitude.
A. linppy new year ! 2Iuy wo diworvo it,
art J di ai-rvint. ronlizo it. With keen dU
trlmln: ti' n it will howor it ble?lniji nnd
it u h- and no outwnrd MM'miiii; my coin
unnl fi.o and dffy tho other. A we
c w wo fli nil roup; for tbo wind wo nhall
Kiit' f tie whirlH-ind breuil cat upon the
ivat! r. will r. turn. Agent f urielvo our
w.i'.k i' th" in-w fiir will jfivM enlur to mr
llvt . ! ircuiiipot tioii brinslti'4 the nuro re
war 1 " solf-upproval, and guilt the patiijii of
dire ripntu'li. Hut a hapjiy now year,
rondir. ut.yhow! (JoimI wWhe have thtdr
happifylng ttuidi'iiey, and a idioajwr nlaeo
tuny n a Ixi teiidurifd. 3Iny wu afl bo very
f nppj -linppy in tho olcrvnnee of our good
re jIv lia)py within mrolv. within thu
cir le fo ir friontU, happy ovory where. May
tli-i g d li'ht of liMpjiinu-H. illuminate our
l.c.iril.ttor . eviiu tloi hfurthttoiuai of tlimo
w! flMTt-sdithtmlly ileny theiiMolvoH the
rii 4 M-it of tin- ?:voiiiiig llulletln'.
Asjj. i. nil, a happy now year I
( ' .t-'J nun nnr ltfl t44tfttm. J
lllnlr tin (irititt.
dr-T) Frank lilnir i now in WhingMin.
il -A 1 4 ff the ireiidi'nt eleet ho rvtifwwl
) r ,-i'priiiri rtgnrtling the clW
,irt r " jji n. rnl (irmit, viz: tlmt ho would
drive i'Ut 1 f fdlow. Tlmt he would bo
.1 r ilk, l to demand more jvowor, rather
' Ti t rrliii'juih the oAercUeof a ninglu pre
rc.iit vi Ho IwlicvtH that the liveliest times
iii Jul j cii art'air are in tho future.
A t' l' i;raio from Cincinnati, dated the 20th,
i:iy l'h recoiit4 of hug i:ice noon were
J.toh' i l. Tin market elt heavy, at a de
cline of 25c, with ialej at $. .10010 25 for
hnv nerui;u. Dre.nd Jiogijxildat $11 2.'(h,
1 . Th jmckinij to date nuiche .10,000
li' ml, ti'tlt -t 2U0,oi)0 for thu aino timo la!t
'lir Soiloiu nil I.nl.f .HIcIiIkuii.
Tin f llowing chapter of Chicago Imrrorn !
telegraphed to tho St. I.011U 'Kojuiblieau un
der il 1U of tho 2tith : At alHiut six o'clock
tills morning the landlord of u hoarding house,
in th' ujiperstoriu of No. 10 Franklin treet,
lit a llru with some kerosene from a can, when
tiro was cotiimunicuttyl to tlio gnu, and nu ut
pl.ision followed, which rcMtltod in a serioui
cont!agrati"ii. Aeeoi to tho lower storio Ihi
ing c.it c tr iH rsoiiPoecujiying the third, fourth
and ilfth Hour wore jilaced in a very jiorilous
jtoaitt' n. Two men took vefugo in 11 window
c.iji, and were rescued by the firemen. Four
other jx riioiis Juinjiwl from the third ittory to
thu roof of ti Himll house, mid all but 0110 (11
nirs DuntiVi) oscapod without injury, i.ouir
and "Wallace" V. Card (brother), aged If) nnd
IB, jumped from the fifth tory window and
wcru d.ithcd to jileces.
Ajieron natucd Win. Salldnu took hiiown
life to-day by hanging. Ho win tlunnclally
einbarnwod, having recently lot sovernl
thousand dollars, mid this fact'iBiinpo.'uil, ,to
Jiuvo "been the mfitivo f tlio Milcldo." '" '
A Chicago telegniin tays : ,M,w-i 31. 3lor
rison, recently deceased, left $7fi0,ooo worth
of property, n part of It for jmljlio school pur.
poe. .r 1 .
DlvUlim or Jllchlgnn. .!,!!
Tho peoplo of tho iippgr 'penUioula ofiMieh.
igim hold a convention yesterday, at' 'II ougli
ton, av which action was taken looking to u
sovi ranee of the btatc, It being decided that
tho northern ieulusuln should ho ceded to thu
United Stiito, ami given 11 temporary govonii
'IM111 Itlni'lf .1ni.ii..ii....
rrejmratlons aro buin'g made for a grand
lo-giu jiiuiiso at ni. rum jiinn., on Haw
Year's da v. in celolir.it !nn r ti,,,ti. .,,i,ii,,
to citizenship. Dalogntlon from nil parts of
viiu piiiiu iii u iu uu lucdoill,
OciK nil lllnlr.
A AVashington corroadondont says: In tho
courao of hoiuowhut Joxtotidj1 conversation
with general illnlr, he announced Ills prefer
ence for mr. Jlendorfon's re-election to tho
senate, but declined to discuss general politi
cal tojiic. Ho, however, said ho did not bo
liovo thcmnjority of tho legal voters in tbo
country woro represented by tho jinrty in
Crime la ClilcnRo.
1'olico statistic? show that during ISCBthoro
fM $275,ooo worth of jirojicrty stolen," and
that 23,000 arrests wcro made. Tho fires for
tho year number 308, Including a destruction
of nearly ?n,000,000 worth of jirojicrty.
John Fagarty, who for n long timo had
been guilty of brutal treatment toward his
wife, beat hor to death yesterday.
A Cincinnati telegram fnys: On "Wednes
day night last, a German woman nnined Lak
enberg fell ill, and was ndvUed by u inidwifo
to 'nko a medicine known us "kotcnjiulver1'
among tho German?, She Adit to a drug
itoro for the medicine, and the clerk, by mis
take, ent her "ro.'.on jiulver,'" tho Gorman
for nrtcnic. Tho womun, sujiposing that all
wai right, took tho jioison lat night and died.
Henry Otten, who killed Frank Fnrrell n
few week ninco by a blow with a hammer,
was yesterday bold to answer tho charge of
manslaughter in tho auiii of $3,000.
It will cost over $182,000 to ruu thu city
government during the month of January.
Jus. Humphry, an Adams u.xjiross me.-sen-ger,
accidentally shot hiuuolf in tho left urm
Weil.nesday morning. Amputation will bo
Tilt- Public Drill.
Tho public debt ttatoiuent for tho month of
December will show an iucre.'uo of between
f 2,000,000 and $3,000,000. It has been pub
lished erroneously that tho debt has been de
creased about $8,000,000. The internal reve
nue recclpU havo boon ubout tho nvcrngo at
this tcwn. Hut tho cuitotn receipts Imvo
faUeii oil' slightly. Tho war department ex
pontcss, owing to tho Iudlnn difliculties, havo
boon largely incroined.
CHICAGO A TUIX.W'AU.K!) TOU'X.
The etlltor of tho .St. Louis 'Kopublican'
Milken prix-hitnittloit that the archltecturo of
Chicago U alarmingly faulty. After giving
tho prutt of tho lake city n smack for their
eternal Ixmi'tliig rilout tho greatness of their
Sodom, ho admonislioi thut jieojdo to "be
ware," in tho event of an earthquake, a high
wind or n good sized conflagration. Tho
walW of tho bulldingn, ho hays, aro so thin,
that tho citv would incvitabiv bocomo ti
Although thourtlclo occuiiles a full column
of tho 'Koiublieau' wo eurcely think it will
have the etfoct of dejHipulating Chicago. It
limy ih-m11v renro nomebody, but it is our
opinion that it will excite more merriment
SOUTH.ERN MILITIA BILL.
Morion lirrclry, Kir.
I'rrnlili-iit mill llir .Sinil lirru .Ullltln Hill.
The announcement is made that the jirosident
will at an early clay, after congro-s assembles,
send Into tho Sent to a veto of tho southern
stHtos militia bill. There is no authority for
such a statemont. Tho jire'Ident has not re
ceived notice of thu ji.'ii!igo of such 11 bill.
SriuUnr ?lurliui' U iiiiii.- lo (ire-dry.
Tho New York 'Tribune, of to-morrow, will
oontuin 11 long lottcr from Governor Morton in
answer to the one from Horace Greeley, jiriuted
several days ago.
Ho answers very forcibly all tho argument
of thu Tribune, tluitun ImiiuillHtorMtitnptioii
of specie payments can bo had and repeats the
loading jiosition taken in his sjieeeh in tho Sen
ate. In reference to the case of rwuuijitlon at
unco, the Senator says t
"if sudden resumption will Involvo tbo groat
decline in prices which you say it will, it would
be a vast calamity to a majority of the peojdo
of tho United States. It would certainly hank
rujit or susjicnd throo-juarters of tho business
men In thocountry at once. It would jiroduco
mitiVrlng end desolation of which we havo no
record in this or nnvothor country. Hundreds
of thou'iiuds now living in comfort, would be
reduced to jioverty. HuInoM would bo de
stroyed, tho jMKir 'without omjiloyiiicut, tho
jieoplo unablo to pay their taxes, and tho gov
ernment Itself threatened with bankruptcy and
dishonor. And yel, you ay, you want to
make the jiluugo at once. It tho prtvato in
debtness of tho jieoplo to each other on tho 1st
of February, IflCO, amounts to $8,000,000,000 j
tho caimcity of the debtors to pay by your low
est ustimato would bo diminlsnod touho oxtent
of $2,000,000,000. You may bo ready to mako
tho jilunge, but tho great Inidy of tho jieopiu
aro not. Your plan would suit udmliiibly that
class of peoplo who are not in debt and havo
jilonty of caiiitul, or, who havo fixed incomes
which would bo greatly improved in value by
the largo decline in prices of every kind of
lnopertv. Your jilan would enrich tho credi
tor by tlio destruction of tliodobtor, for, as you
say, thoM.orift.und cpiituJulo wnuld bo after
many of u',' our projiorty would bo sold for a
song and a largo balance of debt bo loft against1
our futuro earnings." '
, Jn rctVro,i;o t l Voiidleton thoorjv mid
tiio olle'nsivo jiersoual allusions in mr. Greeley's
letter, mr. J.Iorton says ;
"In a spe.ch in tho senate, last, summer, I
argued tlmt, undor tho' statutes eroding tho
legal tender notes and 0-20 bonds, tho govern
ment hud tho right to use tho old or existing
notes in jiavmont of theso bomls. This argu
ment I prefaced In'tho declaration that tho first
duty of govornmont was to return to Bjiecio
payments, which would render this question
unimportant, and denying the right of tho
government to issuo not with which to pay
theso bonds. "What wa j'ldkd jljo H'tfidleton
theory, that tho goVoruinent has tho right to
print now notos with which to pay tho .1-20
bonds, I havo always condemned. In this po
sition in what you culMtlio greenback theory -'tho
infamously dishonest jirojioaition ' (bo
'crlmiual blunder,' you need not put nio down
as ft repentant supporter. You havo no ovl
denco of my rcjientunce."
Hnlntntlnn lo Gcm. F. I. lllitlr.
Gen. F. 1. Dlalr has been iti this city sinco
Thursday, although his presence was not known
outsido of a small circlo of friends until to-day.
Uo has been 'staying quietly at his fathor'g
homo, opjwsite tho war department, Upon
his apjwaranco to-day he was greeted very
warmly by his friends, who have not seen him
dneo his Inst visit during tho canvass.
Hotel Etc. Ilurntil.
KooUKHTElt, December 28. Tho Kellogg
House and tho contents of tho postolllco nnd
news-rooms building ut Hath, Steuben county,
Now York, were burned this morning tho
los i about $50,000.
Duiiiiam, Ca.vaiu, December 28. Patter
son's woolen mills were destroyed by firo on
Saturduv night Tho los is stated nt $20,-000.
A western editor has got such 11 cold in his
head that tho water freezes on his face when
ho wahes it.
A bachelor, nccording to the latest dofllni
tion, is u man who has'lost thVopportunity of
making a woman miserable.
A clergyman, after mnrrying u couple,
made a prayer over them, concluding: "For
givo them, "Lord, they know' not what they
"Who over saw tho "palooftsoeietv' running
over with tho "milk ofhumnn kindness?" If
so, wlicro was tlta cream of tlio Joke?"
A laborer in nn ice house down east wns
killed bv n largo lump of Ico falling on his
head. Verdict of tho jury Died of hard
What is tho difl'eranco between a special
constable and n supornnuated constable?
Tho former's sworn In, nnd tho latter's sworn
A highly educated constable somowliTo in
the northwost expesos for sale a roan horte,
"orfo much thereof a- may bo necessary " to
satisfv the judgment.
A French woman who had lont ono of her
cloven sons, chaffered with tho undertaker
nlout tbo price of tho burial, saying : "Now
look here, sir. you mustn't bo too hard with
mo; I shall bo a good customer ; I'vo got tun
A nowsjiajHT in Clovoland having adver
tised that they would f'iid 11 cojiy of their
pajier gratis for ono year to tlio jierson send
ing them u "club of ten," received tho ton
spot of clubs from 11 young Udv in tbo coun
try. Some Xcw York traders put placards In
their windows, saying, "Here we speak Ger
man, ' "Here wo 'cjieak French," etc. Upon
which a Jlowery rctuiler has Imjirovcdby
hanging out 11 sign which' says, ''Horffwo
speak tbo Truth."
Aclergynihii Impponini; to got wot, wiu
standing over tho fire to dry his clothe-, nnd
when his colleague camo in ho risked him to
jireach for him, 11s he wa wet. "Xo. sir, I
thank' vim," wa- tho jiromjit rejily. "Preach
voursoif ; vou will 1) drv enough in the jiul
jlt." Tho oet says "there is a tide in tho affairs
of man which, taken at tho flood, lead on to
fortune'' etc. Tho trouble with many i that
they get stuck in tho mud at low-water mark,
and" aro thus overwhelmed bv tho sweeping
tide. They aro unwary flies tlmt havo walked
into the sjiidor's jmrlor.
Two littlo Sabbath school lwys got very
heated over a vexed quo-tion in their lesson,
and startled th" teacher, whoso back was
turned for u moment with : "1 tell yo it's
Mary Magazine, and not .Miurdalene. Tho
other one, thrusting his hand deep nnd dos
jiorately into his trowsers jvockots, eungout:
"Now, what 11 you bet.'"
A Frenchman owed a man tight hundred
franc-, and he madea projiosition to givo him
eight not'!, j)avabb monthly, for ono hun
dred franc eacfi. The tlri-t notu was jiro
tested. Tiio creditor demr.ndeI nn exjiluna.
tlon. "I did not want you to lo. eight hun
dred francs all ut once, so I divided it up,
that the loi might fall on you in install
ments, ' rejilhil tho considerate debtor.
A Xtivrl .MurrliiKr.
Tho Danville, Virginia, 'Time' give- the
A rather novel marriage eeromony took
pined in'tho uijer end of Cntrlottp county,
Virginia, not lon(; since. Iho wiiter Was
high and tho bridge all gom;' tho 'jinrson
jived ortMUio sldo of tho stream anil tho bride
and bridegroom on tho other. Jlut "!ior
vineit omnia;" thov woro not to bo outdone.
So the parron stood on one lank and the
bridal party on tbo other all decked out in
their linery and in thu nuii. And thus
thov were united. Jlut a moitamuslng scene
took jdnco before they were piunounced man
and wife. A dilllculty aroo tow tho jarson
was to get tbo license. The gloom was call
ed ujion, but he, not being abU to swim, jiosi
tively rcftised to take it over. At length 0110
of his waiters volunteered. Tlero was a log
over tho stream, but it was covered with
wator two feet di'oji. Ho hesitated n while,
but finally concluded to straddo'it. We aro
happy toVny ho mndctho trip, and depo-lted
tlio necessary document witl tho jmrson,
which enabled him to tlo the knot as effectu
ally as it was cyr dono'bofoivi
Tho excess of woinoji ju Aiierica, ( it.has
been recently admitted lis a jihyiiologlcal Tact,
is in the United States about six per cent.
.(4iKHUiu4 n"'.1 JX.?wJi1S,,.,,,A(iW IjlSKiijifiK
liioro and more tlio countries 0 old mnids.
Tho Into censlislretu'riis m tlio former country
shavr i 10,000 more womoii( than men, ai)d ho
jiroportion in Now J'nglfiiui'is ntnost two wo-
tnnii ii ulin tnnn IikIoimI In .ntiwi tP llw.
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vui...... 111..11 iLirj ,u,- ..,.' .., iviiiui ut
favor of t,hptc,x. u rh)r In th,q 'North
Jtritish llevfew,' hnwever, a"'its that thero
is a propondornnco of tho niftlo iox bom into
Um.wurlu, .but thut boys biuiiuiullu ut a faster
ralo thnn females, so that toward tlio aire of
cightiTfYiltho fcexeJ uro iflrout cquiiLin number !
and after that ago women preponderate How 1
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iiiucii 01 HweuinvM 10 wueiuig iwuil on 1110
desert air I
Tho ludlnnnpolls cltj council having jiussed
11 stringent luw jiguitit tho demi-monde, to
take ell'ect on tho 1st of Juniiury, 11 jietition
was jiresonted to thut body by throo oyjiri
uns, on behalf of 11 number of thoir jlstors,
stating thut thoy could not get work,, that
thoy wero already iu debt nnd had no means
of leaving tho city, and praying assistance lo
Krom tlio Chicago Trllmnc
Ono of tho chief temptations in visiting Eu
rope is to lny In nn immenso wnrdrobo for tbo
wholo family and its collateral rolations und in
tlmnto friends, nt European prices, and thereby
cscapo tho American duty. Tens of thousands
of Americans, vcrltnbly "carpct-bnggera," flock
over to Paris each season, taking with them
hardly a chnngo of linen. Ono modcrato sized
trunk" easily holds all that a wholo family will
carry with them. "Social position" is content
with but few things on tho outward bound
steamer. Hut when thoy return sco what n
carravnnsary thoy bring back. A score of
largo trunks, crammed with enough wcarjng
ajijiarcl for themselves and relatives for several
vcars, consisting of oporn-elonks, lacws, cam
brics, linen, gauze, silks, broad-cloths, velvets,
jowelry, watchoi, diamonds, photographs, stat
uettes, jiictures, vases, jiorfumcs, toilet goods,
toys, gloves by tho gross, mid n vast assortment
of bijouterie and vcrlu, mako up tho assortment
of "wearing npjiarcl approjiriate to their namo
and position" on returning home. Tho amount
of cost goods thus dead-headed into tho country
by "social jiosition" is jwrfectly enormous.
Tho bricklayers and master-masons of Now
York City, it'is rejiorted, aro mnking ener
getic preparation in referenco to 11 strike,
which, it is threatened, will take place in tho
spring of 1800. Tho bricklnver' unions havo
already notified tlio beses of their intention
to demand tho enforcement of tho eight-hour
svstetn. Nearlv evorv trade organization in
tiio city nnd Sta'to of 'New York, it is assert
ed, has jiroinlsed to co-oporato in thu move
ment. Thu muster-masons, on tho other
bund, by menus of letters and traveling com
mittees, it is ituted, huvo devised 11 plan for
tho introduction into Now York city of n
sufficient number of country mechanics to
take the jdacc of tho men who shall strike.
At present 11 largo number of boys, as ninny
as can bo obtained, uro employed, building
operation', In consequence of tho strikn last
summer, continuing very brisk.
Tho Roman Catholic church at Now York
is very active now in missionary work. A
mission just held there in one of the churches
for live weeks, has resulted, It is stated, in tho
conver.-iou and reception into thu church of
fifty persons of other religious faiths. During
thu" continuance of tho mission, tho Eucharist
was administered to nine thousand women
and six thousand men.
"Tlio annual incomes of tho various English
bi'hojirics ranges from $10,000 to ulout $75,
000. Canterbury rejoices in tho latter figure,
nnd Sodor in tho former. London and VIn
chestor uro each set down at $50,000 11 year,
nnd Durham nt $t0,000. Thoother Ushoprics
uro worth from $20,000 to $27,000 it year.
Dr. H. Strolnskl, of lloston, a jihysleian of
more patienco than jiatletits, recently received
n rennttanco of $2,400,000, n legacy from his
John MorrUsny is reported to havo mudo
$MO,000 by tho ri'o In tho Central, Vnndcr
bilt living ta:e:i Morri.-oy into his secret.
Advertiser. and others dc-Jring iu use tho
columns of thu 'llulletln' should hand in
their favors before twolvo o'clock, noon.
After that hour it i with trouble that their
publication can bo secured beforu tho next
IV. II.MorrU. II. II. Cnmlec.
QANDEK i& .MOIMtIS,
Xiarlt'. Public and Insurance Agent.
OI'FICKXo.U OMo Lcvct, City National
Jiaiii; J!uultn. ilee21tf
STOCK t'OJIlWXY IXCOJIPOltATKI) ISli.'I
I). lll'lll), Prt-xlilt ut
U.K. II.VUItKI.1.. Vli f rrrnldriili
JA3IKS S. HKAHIJK.V, Secret itryt
WOOD IllTTKMIIIUSU, Trcunurrr.
Iiituros nniuti liiMtiiril.uiiiiue by tire, am) tlio prriU
of inlnuil ii:ivicliiii nii'l truaoriutioii.
Oilier In AVInlrrU lllovk, (Xnnuu'n'l.il Ave.
LOOM INGTOX 1NSUHANCE COM
PANY, Bloominston, Xll.
Alllliori.til iipiTiil 500,000
I'ltidiu and St't'iiril....ltlOO,000
.mux :. Mccnux, i,euunt.
am. W. IKUtKK, Vkr-l'rciilait.
Ll'MAX JICllll, Secretary.
PKT1UI JVLSOM, (ifiirrnl Aptnt.
IllUK'T()HS Jolin I'.. .MH'Inn, Anilifl (Irfillcy, 'loo.
V, I'urfco, lli.l-rl It. I.alliiiin, John M. K'olt, Julia
MiiKoilii, li.ivlil l.ivK Clmrles W. Ilolileu, fwvul
I'lIINnf'Ali STCKHOIjli:itS C'fi.irles W, Holtlen,
Caililer Ilnnio II.111U. llluomliKjIon, lll.i Anahel
(iriiltey. I'rclilcnt Jfi-Liuii' Coimly HaiiU, llliioin.
' tnstotr. III.; JeM W. 1-YII, Normal, 111.: Hon. IMviil
IMivie, jii'ij-ei nuefi.-iiiio'r'inireiiH'i nun, iiiooiu.
llurr, lllboutlnginn, HI.
Aassots Doo. lat, XUiOO.
t'llltoil Hi-Mas 3-2U Tloii'la (invki't laluo).., JIOJOU (i0
.Mvl,onu Coimly 10 iu-r i-flit. Ji.nH-,.. . ... i,oe0 to
Ciplfal SltK-k Mvureill) Mgrlgaitf.sou ln-
Im'iiiiibcred Ileal IMale, Mc.rUi ut Icaat
SvW.CO'., . W.oOO Oo
('and hi Jlunl; ,t78 71
l'reiilliiliisiliio from AyeiiU . f-,71 1 41
Ollli'B 1'iiniiiuie , 0
J.OIIS PA ID NONK.
DTlif.u ii:iri ov roMPANi'M....NuNH.
TlIIf'fOMPANV Ts nuw prepared to Ihmio ToUeies
on Dii clliinjs mid cnienti i-loio ltitilillnifSi Mer
eliauiliKe, Ac., upon in low ralen Hi nuy rvxpoiullilo
It'Kstlm ot Jpot of Iho piroctOMof fills X'ompniiy to
furnish thopeuplo of Ihlit region vyith n safo uiul rvlln
lilo Homo Comiuny.
TliauaaniU of Uollarii
Arommuallyheattotho liist, fur no belter or safer
liiHurutico limn is utleroil by til in eoinpauy,
Al'l'lioallonu received and Policial Uaurd by
" JOHN 1. IIKI.Y,
de91'CSdtf ACiK.NT AT UA1HO, ILL.
inctoti, in.; .lonn i. iri.iiin, iiiuiiiiuiijjiuii, ui.s
lifitruo V. P.irke, llloomiiigtiin, lllj Itoln'rt J
WllllniiK, llloonilnston, III John M. "Vntt, Jintgn
Kih .I1niifl.1l rin'iiit. lllooiiiliii:toii. UI.; I.uinuu
"jNyTEW AKUIVALS! NEW AltltLVALS
CIIIUST3IAS AM) XKW YEAR'S (J00DS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
123 C'oiiiiiicrcial Art'imc,
Inforuit tlio citfzi'tis of Gilro nml vicinity tli.it lio lia
on li.itiil one of thu HrKit nief Ix-.tt naiurteil Block of
Dry (ioods, Fancy (t'oods and Notions,
In Southern Illlnnli, wliioli lio otters nt prices tli.it will
Wo will Ml Print", for lx lir.inls, nt from ...8 lo 13'5
Vrtrrt wlilo ltlf.wheil .Muslin at uj-j
Hi-avyyaril wiiln tlieetln At
aii-wuiii riitiuii'i ui
Whito lll.MiUi't.i tier Kilr, nt..
!.nri?e itlxn nll-urnol Ioiillii Muovln nt.... 4
Sten Mjlo U'lien CIoakM ut S-l Ulmiil liiw.inli
floo.1 ,lniey.4 at
hlc.tnt nml cty licury eliuiiKi'ftMci nml Mi;-
urcil I'npliim, iiur yard, froni-... .UIo4'ii
811k Purlin" 11I.JL.....' Ti;
(iood yitril-wliln Merino ut .:
Klnck and Colored Aljiucus at -o contv.
Aniltiiiiiii'roiis other itt) ten of I)res (i'onls rorr
All-llncn IlalnllierclileN at .
.Ml-linin TiiwtlliiK, jHTJunl, ui.
iiMit t mini i.iiii'ii..... ........,. ............
Irfili J.lni'M, vur.l iijilo ,
A II H Otl Nll'KlMIIMMHIIItlllMIHlltHIIMIHIIIIIIIIHtl
i.ftiiicii' .iicriim Hani
Mcrln rnilerxlilrtituinl Uruuers
AI110, n litro iffortiornt of
KM llllO 1 1) Kit IKS,
AlrxKinlrr ICIil Glove. .....91
Krrncli I'lirtrlt 1 no
Itoumi Cuiiilut IOc
And all oilier GwhIi eorrrajMidiiitih loir.
It Is llicrefiiio to Hie lut.Tft of omry IxTkohIIIViiic
122 'oiiiiii(i-ciaI Avoiiiio,
Iloforo Inlying i'1-eMlieii'. us monrj mrnlU uiunry
rlunikfiil fnrllKiliN'r.il .ilr(iiii;.) litri'lofiir ex.
UMvled to lin, we luipe In reeeltx lliu Alnti 111 future.
jpc i f j: j : i tV rr 1 1 "i no i n
TECE BOOK XjX3NTX2
Nn. 10(1 OiMMUirui ,WA(H.
gOUTHKP.N ILLINOIS TKAOHEK.
An IMiuntional Jouinil, put 1 i .-1 1 I Siin-Monllil
ut tlio city of Cairn, nuddeiiiled to the iaterosl of llie
d'nnl Cnuso or Education
In Siiiillurn IIIiiiiik. Nn n.ilii- will UMi.iri-l in imiiVh
1I114 Journal it pom rful riot inlliienlial cnnlriliiillou 10
the prineiplit. nf lMilei.t ion ; tntho jliiproteinuiit nf
tlio llie iiit'thinl uf M'lmul iii-lriiidliiii, uud In IhuaJ
Yiiiweiiiunl nf nil reform fur Hot elevation of the
htauiUrd iu "Kiypt."
Hinulo ttiiOK'riliers, one tour 1 M
Uilli nf over lite una llleler V), one year tnnuo
uddreitii 1 t!S
(lull of iier--0, onojeur, tonne leldlotM 1 W
Ti i'iii., l'uyulilu Iu All voiiL't'.
The llrot iiliuilior will ho lisued KUurday, 2i.lli lu.l.
.I(li:i, i. MliltliAN,
ElUTOIt AMI PllOl'lllKTOIt,
dee'.'Mlf Oitlrii, III.
milE ALIIATUO.SS SALOON ami ltKS- .
51 OHIO LKVKK. L WO. IU...
In fnrnUlii'il Willi nil khuU of eeellint I.K'IUDIN.
uiul iU luMeit 1110 lllrtu) tilled uilliall tlio moluNe
j.imijiiI.-) in inn nmriii i, .110.UH urn iiuiiUIihI. on
order, at nit hour. PAT. I'W.liKIULP.
iliot nonulnr iilaeohnx Uvnnictlio iiMnrt nf all lot-
rri of Bond lIKKIt, ut 1111110 Isit tho lxl
Saint Xnoiiis 3VXnlto
In icopt hy JOHN fCIIKBU
Kljtfit street, I'Ctwccit ( 0111, nnd Wali. Aieiuies,
deeiildlf fAIIIO. ILLINOIS.'
JOHN HY LANDS SALOON
U supplied nil all Itiniis or
lluor, Ale, Ac,
COMMEKCIAb AVHNl'i:, 1IKWKKN NINTH AND
Tlio tli'rsly. ttlw lorn aooil linuorn, ohould nivo hlnf
11 call, nud thoxu Mini Ih1i to pi li 11 frisKrnnt eipir eau
haro their wants biipplied ut liia Uir. Uvciltf