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SATURDAY EVENING JANUARY 2, 18G9.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
- .... m t r r It A W . wntMrn kftl
In tliu truiijjportutlon of thu millions of
jinhoU of surplus grain, grown In tho nortn-
1 il... ..... I.am.,1 ! 1. ,1n..,n..itin4nil llnif
lr tlir. lldotltioll of
.ho Mississippi rivur.
In tliu discussion of thi uHIoct tlio si.
Louis 'Democrat' compare the, coat nnd enpac-
ly 01 railroad ami mui hikiiiwui
stabliidt iit n nnwt conelume manner tlinl
.ill 1 111 mrti 1 mi it imiui liiu ii.iniHi iiif I ."
nel for tho irrnln trauo 01 mo nortnwesi is ug-
JUSlCd My economy, Him lliuw .i um.i'. ...
.i I 1 ...... .. .1 M...I 11 tUIimiln nrtl.
ploymont for Hint end will iwtunio tlm lorm
f t. ..
Tliu .superintendent of tho buriru lino In
forms the ctlltorof that paper that their lurgont
t'jv-ltotit can take ciirlit lmrgcii to New Orlcan,
each lnri;e lining of 1,200 ton capacity. This
is ( quivnhnt to 30,000 Imsliels of wheat and
1 C j i barrel of lluur to each, or 210,000 Inish
(! ,f wheat and 24,000 Imrroli of flour for tho
entire t- w The tow-leit cotH $:i0.00(, each
I aryo iB.OOi). or lioat and barge $01,000. To
rnanuio such a tow the service of eleven men
wjnld bo required.
Now tho capacity of u railway freight car
U 100 barrel of llnur, or :i50 buhel of wheat.
To freight t '.'iiU of tlio tow. therefore.
It wul 1 ri-piire Gi: car for tho wheat and
21 for V.i tbur or 02.1 for both. Twenty
l,v tan form an unuual train, but taking
tliht ninbir n an average, wo would have :i"
train each nirrylnj; an engineer, a Hr'itian,
and at h at four brakeimon. Total nuiiibcr
of men for the 37 train, 222.
Ivornotlvo are changed nt tin end of ev
ery loi i:il''s run engineer and llremun nlo.
N w t' iHtancehoinvto f'W Orloati! being
1 i J) mill" our number of locomotives mint
1 u. jltiplied by eleven, to arrive at tho capi
tal nj 1 in jiouvr to move a tow of pro
d j i tho laiuo diitnncc by land us wo projKMu
to lj i.a'. ' Wuhuve, thuroforc, 4Q7 loco
t lit (, fa f hurai-ter that would cot at least
i; " i.t li Tim freight ear would eot,
d-iv i :i i ;i' h. Hence;
t - . SJI.Oki. ....t. ,l.0,Wo
'tit fre.M'Y latnul JI.'.OO, ltt,.
"II . - r. ..
Ili I li--t;i"s
, I nrwfmn, ni Si lr day, fr
it ?i p-r iif
T -h .
On I lr i a
K -'.i i J".0ij
Tv . ) - (l Ujl !iKT.Ujf
I.tuli t alcuUtlon the oot of fuel ha
t t i.nt r, 1 but it neil not be urijml that it
U !ar.t; y .n f .vr of river carriage.
Frjtn t!ifo flguro It may well nrgucd
that wh' n tho vut arou of tillable laud in tho
n rthweit I cullivatoJ, tb hunilwl of mil
L i f li .hc!s of grain n-ek eastern r
K .r. p 'in )iiMimcr tlmmcli tlio navigaide
w ,ti-rj of fie .Misiipl. It will be tho mi
: 'i f raj'"'aJ to permeate every ection f
i." h i' it .1 le domain, carrying good to the
j p'.i an 1 bringing back their produce to
H I'ul.' f th rivor. there to b ma-wl
n iiv.it r and warehouse, but from thenco
t ,nu 1 1 triii. Mirtwl In lmit and barges to
N v.- O-lc '. tlm Ut eiitre-pot between the
yt liu .'id the coiHUiiu'r.
I', t ,i Mit tradi Ciilrn tit n -1 become a
'lira- d pot arid mini of departure of the
jjrt uti't Importance. The Waba-li, the Green
r . r, f . ( ,,iiilM'rlatid and Ti'miwn valley
wir t' - J igh thu u-e "f their tenmer that
- ,n ' 1 f r the navigiition of the .MiU
, j' j y int'i our WHrolioiiK-i their great
v; altb t urplu corn, wheal, jmrk and to-I-n
t'. fertile territory travi'Mil by the
Clr & Vineeimei. and (,'airu A: Fulton rail
riHiNl) pay their rich tribute, while all
tliat 1" i tl "i area lying beyond St. I.oui and
drained by the M!jl"ippl and Misouri, I
libit s ith nn "oyo of fnith'' tlmt cannot
1 .! "When the rivur luneo to St.
L i i ' d by lev or ob-tructed by and-
bur-, m iii:ii of lui'hels of :;rain in that re-;
i;U-i un king market, and will How in im
n 1 mu to thi huail of "uninterrupted
i n ig,it ni' over tho Iron Mountain and
(.'ai"' & t. I.oui railromlii. and nieh other
raihwi.wu-. tliu inoreatitu; umcuitudo of tlie
trad a . ail. t'nm time to time, call into hoini.
Tii" natural and ijoononiionl route for tho
ii';rif iP'irnl '.irjilit" of (he territory drained
l t'.f ipi'T MiUlppl and it tributaries
i , -i , onubly that rl.vcr lUelf. Tlm im
po il'"' f railroad competition i demon-
ra' il A fact of equal certainty i- that
t'litjiu' t frmn which veel of largo tounaiiu
ni:i tt ia. at till time- and ieaon-, I the point
l.iat be iiiu' tlJL great dltributing foeu
or (fit'- fir that territory. To inlt that
fair.- u i t that point i to combat one'sown
sen?' (! 1 deny a truth that is lonllrmcd by
(ver returning Himiucr or winter. ThN
1 1' ing tr ie. it rhould bo the common purpose
of Cairo and St. I.ouis to claim our own from
t'hb ig ' wie-t from her the wot-.MIl
t.'j ; t-1 -whiih he burden with an imdun
i it i f larriugi-, and to. turn it into that way
that ilaniieled for it by the hand of tho
Ah i t. In thi' great work St. I.ouimay
bcci tu nn ellleieiit co-worker, and in doing
. t bl 'i licfrolf as u .Milwaukeo to our
I' i 14 u -Manche-tii' to our Liverpool. '
I'lii isjieii-iwii of navigation could bo ,iliilot
. . . , i ... .... . ..I' 1
oy tin- conirucitou oi raiuoau intiuir,
ti.is work tho untei'iiriiing iiid llbornl
1 :. i.f that city hlumld hoartlly b-ud
. ii- iccaioii might ileiiiaud.
..hd dittnietioii inu-t not paovail.
,i a '
Cairo are not chargeable with
-.'iiii'iit of nature that places St.
t!iu voiiHtautly navigable water
,M;- ,is.-ii)pi, und thU l'it nhould bogivon
v..;.-lit. It behoove. St. I.ouis to
. , niM-i out ot'hur position, and not to
Clin i becaiiM' f nutuiv' extra munlll
t w,r I-her. It is inigeiu roiH, not to
li. t -n ip ,1'i.J uirl nt Cairo b. -,
1 1 t ndition of thim; fIio had no part
in framing, et's dono with this, and us ono
man "movo upon tho works'' of Chicago. It
ylll;not do to assail her in platooti. Capital
and influonco have too woll fortified her. Our
forces must be. determined und unitod. Uy
such means wo (hall succeed, and St. Louis,
straightway, will liccomo tho princlpul feeder
of Cairo, wliich then will bo tho groat grain
market and depot of tho Mississippi valloy.
Collate! from our l.ilect Uliratiiji.
A Ttvvr Hurrnlt Farce.
Lato IntolllgcncofronnViifihlngton Is to the
effect tlmt during the past few days soverul
witne.p for tho United Htntes have boen
before tho grand Jury at tho instunco of tho
district attorney, for tho purposo of giving
oviduueo on which to found a now indictment
against .John H. Surratt. Among thoo cx
nminod were llronr.o Stabler and tho colored
woman Siuuti Ann .laolcon.
An critlmatu of tliPprobable number to bo
in "WnOiington on inauguration day may bo
formed from tho fact that ono of tho principal
hotel- has arranged for all It rooms against
that occasion ul ready, and that more than
two hundred letter of application have been
received since lt accommodations were ox
hautrd. Slmiulitrrril InUlnn-
A inr. Itoudinot, n reprenentativo of tho
Cherokee and Chicknaw nation of Indians
it in Wa'hlngton and ha submitted u state
ment to I'diiiini.'iioncr Taylor tlmt several of
the Indians of tliuso tribes, who were soldiers
of tho union nrmy during tho rebellion, wero
laughteri.il by general Cu.'tar on hi recent
raid on the camp whero o great destruction
win indulged in. Ho asks un examination of
tlieo fact. Ho states that tho Indian ho
reproc nt. aro opjiood to tho transfer of tliQ
Indian bureau to tho war department, and
arc in favor of iti creation into a separate de
partment. "Tlie nicUrii,."
Horace AViilto. of tho 'Chicago Tribune,'
iublihi"a rnl to the world, speaking very
favorably of .Mrs. Augustus Dickens. Ho
say Augu-tu Dickens was a brilliant scape
grace, who abandoned hi own wifu in Kng
land and ran away to Amoricu with Ilerth.i
I'hillip', daughter of nu insurance agent in
Iondon, a young lady of many attraction
and i'ci)!iiplifhiiiL'iit. Shu was treated by
her own parent a mrs. Dicken, and re
ceived a Miiall Wuet, In her father's will,
a Mr, liertlia riiillip Dickens. It Is eay
now to ee why Dickens could not visit Chi
cago. I f lie had dono so, ho mut either have
rcvgui.cd Mr.. Jlerthu Phillip .Dickons, to
the injury of tho other .Mrs. Dicker., or, by
hi refusal to do so uApoo hor to contumely.
Itleay to see, n!o, why ho contributed
nothing to tier support.
During thu year ending January 1st tho
total receipt of tho city tremury wero $2,
8"8,r.f0 h8 ; expense during tho skuio time,
f 2,jCd,72;t 74, leaving a balanco in tho treas
ury of $:i00.771 13. Of the receipts $1,715.
2., 47 wa from taxe. Tho total indebted
iie of tho city i. $t,300,000, an increaie of
?n.1l,00l during tho year.
Tin total number of alarms of tiro Is 100.
Of thoe involved material los, 51 trilling
hi-, and to no lot at all.
During the year 2,.02 marriage llcenie
and 1. ;;: naturallr.ation papers wore isucd.
The total numlKTof case tried in tho polico
court wa 7.0J0. Of this mlmlH-r 1,781 wero
sent to the work-houi'. Tho total amount of
tine and coats collected is $20,008 35.
Tho receipts for llconse i-suod by tho
mayor amount to $33,830 50.
The total number of arrests mado by tho
polio. foreo I 8,5W. .-t'.
The total number of deel rwordod was
5,2o!i; mortgagor 3.180 and loaui 001.
I.iiriioioll vr lliilir-SniHlirr.
Thursday afternoon a paH'nger train ap
proaching tlio city of Now York on tho New
Jersey: Cuii tral railroad, was thrown from the
track, at Spruce street, while at high speed,
and ran into a frame house, completely do
molMiiug it, and doing much damugo to the
Tlir I'linniun mill Sun Sltlji i'aiuil.
Caleb (Juhing having gone to l!o;ota to
huton tho treaty which our government is
making for the right of way lor tlio canal
across "tlio isthmus of . D.irien, there is hone
of the grand canal. The In!fm Tacille nail
road cannot perform the vast transportation
wliich I" to take place over a central conti
nent of tho world, Tho hip and opeeially
the steamers' that tako their cargoes on tlio
shore, of China and Japan, will not all run
to San Franei'co. Sumo will make an en
trance into the Atlantic, and come to thu an
cient centre of American commerce on our
ea-tern water, while other will carrv their
freights direct to Kurope. Tho channel
through which thi trade will be largely car
:lcil, nui-t lie chip canal around tho Isthmus
of D.irieii that shall connect tho waters of tho
Atlantic and tlm Vaeitle ocean. ' Hot it be
built bv American capital, guarded and
made hccure and open to all thu world. l!y
this routufur ships a way will bn opened so
us to reduce bv more than one-half tho voy
jigii from New York to Canton. This narrow
strip of land, k-s than liftv mile. In width,
Imi bei n crossed by a railroad for over ten
veari. but the timV i at band when it must
lie opened for ship- of the largest burden.
The .-hip canal auror! the lsthnnH of Sue,
ha. been ten vear.s ill progro-, and will be
UnUhed in 1871. Water lm already been let
into a part of it, even before it is dredged to
in fullet depth, anilf'iniu of the .-mailer gunboat-
of tho Jiritish navy parsed through it
on their ,uy to Join the expedition to Abys
sinia. -Moro rocontlv ft small French vessel,
and within a few weeks past, an Kngli.h
craft of nioderato dimensions have crossed
from til" Mediterranean to the Jted ecu
through tin' ut nnllnished Sue, caiuil.
It ii 100 miles in length, and already navi
gable without much hindrance for 50 miles.
Tho cost U satd to bo 200,000 every month,
mid tho laborers engaged in its construction
at different points number 30,000. Its width
is to bu 100 yards at tho surface, and Its llnal
depth is to bo 25 feet, and it Is to bo capablo
of affording a transit for vessels of 2,000 tons
burden. When completed it will bo tho
most important work of intercommunication
which litis been constructed in the Old "World
during the present century.
DEEDS OF THE DAVNTLKSS.
C LOS I N G SOKN EiToF II UJ5NA V ISTA.
Tlio Mexican cavalry under Torrejon,
skirted the mountain'! base nnd mndo their
way to tho farm iiftor which tho battle was
named, und to which tho forces of .Marshall
und Yell had retired. Seeing tlio danger to
which those forces wero destined to bo sub
jected, general Taylor dispatched nil thocav-
niry Unit could lie spareil, under l no gallant
May, to reinforco that point. Thereupon
Torrejon fell lrnck, nud May returned to his
original position on tho plain. As if lie had
taken his lesson it; tactics In warfare from
the tick-tacks of n pendulum, vr tho buck
and forth movements of tho che-boaril, Tor
rejon again advanced. Tills tlmo ho wa not
left to nmusa himself, in this way, without
interruption. Tho Amorican volunteers ro
colvod him with a scattering lire. Tills,
however, scarcely could bu snld to have
checked him in his ultimate purpoe. Confi
dent in the power of his greatly superior
numbers, ho pressed onward toward tlio ha
cienda or farm-house. Hut there ho found a
check, ulthough it co-t tho Americans tlio
loss of colonel Yell, who fell in a dauntless
charge at the head of his bravo men. Torre
jon, himself, was wounded. At this juncturo
May again appeared upon tho scene of con
flict this timo with two of those pieces of
"flying artillery" which tho Mexicans had
len taught to dread in tlio very first engage
ment of tho war, by which the enemy's col
umns wore divided and scattered as clialf be
fore the wind.
Meanwhile on the plateau, or plain, the
Imttlu had gone on uninterruptedly under a
wcll'utaiucd cannonade, and thls'under tho
firo of a .Mexican battery of heavy guns pot
cd uKin a commanding ridge.
At the same time, n severer conflict wa
progrcsing on the east side of tlio valley.
One of the Mexican divi.Ion, retreating from
tlie Iiuena Vista farm, had united with a
heavy force which hud been sent forward by
Hanta Anna, with orders to mako Its way by
the extreme left to tho Americans' roar. Hut
Muv was again on hand, most timely now
witfi the dragoons of his own command and a
portion of tlm Iudianlau und Illiuoiuns, nud
some artillery and additional dragoons, which
tho watchful commander-in-chief had sent to
Ills aid, together with some of the volunteer
The'retreat of the Mexican was now cut
otr by May's command, and they wero driven
back against the foot of tho mountain. Inex
tricable confiirlou resulted tu them. Fortu
nately colonel Bragg advanced with 4,a littlo
moro'grupo" (to quote one of Old Znek's fa
miliar appeals to this dashing and unsparing
tighter) and poured his tiro upon them at
hort range and rapidly. Now, according to
authority, the shot tore and crashed through
the lHiwildercd multitude most fearfully.
Thoso noarent tho mountain endeavored to es
cape tho fury of tho bloody storm by dealing
Its ruggeu sines, nut tew niceeeuea. The
whole Moxlcan force at least tlvo thousand
trong becamo nt once utterly unmanagea
bio und helpless. Tho wounded nnd dying
were increa-ing at terrific rate, while" the
rearing and plunging horses, frantic with ter
ror or mortal puiti, greatly added to the terror
of tho scene, und made tho confusion worse
confounded. A few minutes more and they
would have hud no other recourse than laying
down their arm. Hut at this fearful Juncture
a white flag was espied approaching from a
most unexpected quarter tho position of gen
eral Taylor himself. Of course, when it camo
ntar, the artillery ceased their lire.
The wcasion of this display of tlio white
flag, Is thi: Three Mexican ofiicor had ap
peared before Taylor, as if for a parley. They
alleged that they bore a letter from Suntu
Anna. When asked what they desired, the
reply was ; '-The surrender of the Mexican
army,' und they asked to urge it upon Santa
Anna. Not suspecting any triekory, general
Taylor acceded to their rojuit. According
ly tlio white flag referred to had been sent to
coIquoI Urugg, with nn order to censo hi. de
structive fire, ns the Mexicans wero about to
lay down their arms.
' 'General Wool was, nt the samo time, sent
in company witli tho petitioning Mexican offi
cers to Santa Anna's headquarters. Hut liu
took good care not to be seen (1). Seeing that
tin; Mexicans continued their tiro dpjplto tho
appearance of the flag of truce, although tho
Americans had recognized its full meaning
und ceased to fire, genera! "Wool took thu re
sponsibility of declaring the pretended con
fcroncii at an end, nud returned to his posi
tion. ruder the .protection uf the flag of peace,
tho sending of which had boon o treacherous
ly procured, tho iinporlleil Mexicans crept
along the Mountain, out of liurm'siwuy, und
Joined tiioircoinradeof their, main, army south
ot tlie plateau.
Not only had Santa Anna, by this piece of
charactpristic treachery, extricated overal
thousand of his otherwise helploi-s men, but
liu also learned the actual numerical weakue-s
of his foe, at that portion, through the three
otlioers.i who were sltupjy sjiie. , -r
Santa "Anna now took n degroe of hope
that encouraged him to make a reuewod effort
t$ retrieve what ho had felt t i lie n fiiUJug
eaue,v anil concentrated his men for a flnnl
assault upon tho American center.
For n time ho met with partial suece.s. 'J,'o
prevent thi from becoming complete, there
wti.Jrugglii .after ,trugglu made by, tho
Americans hifdly eveelieil. for forlorrirf".s
of hope, by any others of tliu war. For ex
ample, colonel 6'Hrleii ftood nut cliiiott alone
against a perfect uviilaiichenf mldiery, before
wlioiu.thu.vuluututii'a had Lumi unt whirling
In toward the position of hi- battery trusting
to their '.ovorwJiiiliniiig numbers lur succes
Gunner stood to their gun even after there
was not ii hor.e left, to draw ihiun, tunny
nothing of infantry support, of wliich there
had bei ji iiiuje for." muhu, time : before. Ior
did they abando'ii them to the Mexican until
death and pitlvuy ilii-ablin wound com
pelled it. In fact, not nn ollieor or a mini re
liialnwl unhurmed when they wero finally Mtr
rciidoi'od. A portion of tho Amorican voluutucra
having taken refuge in a duep ravine, the
Mexican hinted butteries on the bight, and
I plied the n wall un uncou.slng; lire ot "hot ami
I shell, whllu thvir infantry ruihcd upon them
there, and murdered tho wounded Fort Pillow
fashion. It was in tills portion ot ;no leariui
work of tlie day that Henry Clay, Jr., son of
i1u.ilUtirnMiU1y.il lventtiekv Statesman, met
his ilnnili. tix'ntlinr with MoKec. Hardin, und
grout numbers of other heroic men.
init tnoir sacrinco was not. uc.iuneu iopnu
fruitless. Tho crisis had been reached. Tlio
battle had already lasted eight long hours,
and tho next was one of fearful suspense to
general Taylor. Hut ho was u soldier, of
whom it was said, in reierenco to mis oauie,
that ho did not know when ho was whipped.
Besides, lie had a Sherman, n Bragg, n Wash
ington, and a huno still left among his officers
not forgotlng Duvls (Jeff.), to whom we
did justice in our lat sketch. Unable to
carry the puss for which they wero contend
ing, us their last chance of success, hope sud
denly deserted them, and thev wildly fled tho
Hold" And with their flight ended tlw battle
of Buena Vista.
Deniirrnlr Nliontluir AfTrny Four Irron
l'roiu the Meinihl Avnlanrhe.
A gentleman who reached this city from
Chattanooga yesterday ha placed u in po
sesion of a fe'w particular of a tragic atlray
at Sale creek, thirty miles from that city, a
few days since.
Mr. 'Beano, u school-toucher, attempted to
whip a boy named Hutchinson, who resisted
nnd loft the school. Thu following dny
Hutchinson's father withdrew all his children
from tlie school.
A day or two afterward young Hutchinson,
accompanied by hi brother and u man named
Smith, visited "tho school-house for the avow
ed purpoMi of chastising tho teacher. Not
finding him there, they repaired to his resi
dence. Ho saw them coming, nnd anticipat
ing the errand, armed himself, as did also inr.
Moore, who happened to be at tho house.
Upon their arrlvnl tho Hutchinson. said
they intended giving him a ''thruhlng." Mr.
Mo'oro remonstrated, when Smith drew n
pitol and shot him dead.
This wa tho signal for all producing pis
tol. The teacher. Mr. Beano, shot and in
stantly Willed Cyrus Htitchlnon, brother of
the schoolboy. "Ho had scarcely fired boforo
Smith, who hud Just killed Moore, fired an
other barrel of his repeater at Uouno. The
ball struck, but failed to Immediately disable
him. Uenno then turned on Smith and lodged
three balls in his body, Inflicting wounds
which ro-ulted mortally in a few moment.
Twenty minutes after tho alfrav commenced,
Dearie, Cyru Hutchin.oti, .Moore, and .Smith
lav dead on tho ground, within a few feet of
each other. Hutchinson's brother wm tho
only person who escaped unhurt.
Deceived, thisday, frotu the Owciisboro
woolen mills, u largo lot of those celebrated
good., consl-tlng of heavy all-wool, blanket",
bedspread, flannels, llnsoys, jean, and wool
en yarn of all colors.
The nliove good will bo sold low for cash.
dec30-2t John Hamilton, Agent.
The tux book-1 How In my hands nnd I
shall immediately proceed to tlie collection
of tho taxe- charged therein. For that pur
pose I shall attend nt my otllco in the court
house from half pu.-t 1 o'clock, p.m. until 4
o'clock, p.m., each da. L. H. MvkI'.s,
QANI)KK.fc MO Kit IS,
Notaries Public and Insurance Agents.
Onlro, T1H tip leu.
OFFICK.Wk 71 Oifo Ltvrfi, ( National
Hank Jluil'liiv. dec'Jltf
.STOCK COMPANY INfOKPOH.VTED 1S08
CASH JAP1T.1I, 200.000!
D. IIL'ItU. I'rc.lilriiti
II. h. UAHUK1.1.. Vlt-r I'l r.lilrlHl
I.VMHS H. IIKAUIIKN. Sicrlir
WOOD ltl'l"rKNIlUCMi:, Treasurer.
Iniire ii i.inl la-iiril.uimue by lire, ami the jmtII
ofiulimil it.iik'itlinuiiil truiiHirtutinii.
Oltlrr III IViiitrr's lllork, C.iiimicri'bl Are,
BI.00M1NGT0N YnSI'DANCK COM3
Autlioriel ailtal 14500,000
Paid In ami Soourod,... 100,000
.0.V McClil'y, Premlrnl.
UFA). W'.PAllia:, Vltt'Petililtnt.
LUMAX lll'llll, Secretary.
PKTKR FOl.SOM, (hnend Ayeni.
lillti:cro!t.-.Iulm K. it.Cluii, Aiihfl (iriille)', fioo.
V. r.irlio. Itolicrl II. LjiIiiiiii, Julia M. (volt, Julia
Maiiuiia, U.ivul lull", fliailes W. UeMen, Utw
l'ltlM'li'Ali hTiKIKIIIUiDlM'.'S-nmrli W. JIoMhi.
Cuihler lli'ino lUnk. llloeiiilliKtou. III.! Amilii'l
lirlilley. I're-I'lenl Melanin Ciiiiiilv ll.mk, IIIimiiii
inuldli, III ! Je.' IV. VH, Noriuiil, 111.! Hon. I'mi'l
l.wls, JinUi'l'iiiliilMiiti-MivreiiieriHirt, lllootu
iimiuii, III.; Jnlm It .McCInn, lileoiiiliigt.Mi, ill.;
liiireW, 1'nrke, llloinlai.'liiii, III; ItoU-ri K.
Wlllluni, llluoilllnxtoll. III i Jnlm M. !-oll, Jihlce
iiiliJti.liil.il fio'tiit, llloouiiUKinn, III.; I.iiiima
Uhh', ltlxiiuvtou, Jl II-
.WotJi 33oo. last. 3-tJCO.
fluted M.it. l'"U i Oiii'ki' nlle). slo.'.inl HO
M. I.i hIH iu.i II) i'. ri .'iit. Il.neli .VKKll.i
ciiuiiti M.pelnW'8imill'yMorHP''ii a-
m.-mi'lH ivil Id il i:-i.il'', Mollll lit le.it
tf...i,u.i . eO.WO i
"(M-ll 111 lUuk 71
l'ri lllllllo- .lee ft. .in Aclll '"JL, '
Dllii Fill Mil HIV l
l.n-tlS I'M'AII ;.
tiTil IZU HiaiTiSiiK t'OJII'ANV.,
TIIIH I'llMl'ANV Ii now reuil'i'i lo ltle I'ulieiei
ell Inn llilitf iiiel i on" a'-, ffii'ie lluililimi-. .Mel
ehmi'liM', iIl-., Upon in riiti'N A liny re.iun.ihe
1 "it'oTllie oUlei-i of tlie IMrei'lur of llli eninUlllv In
fiirniuli tlit. ji tuple of tliix region witli a Mife ami rullii
U Iloiiie tNimpmiy-
'DioiunniU of Dollars
Are niiii'iuUv w-ui I" lie K'i', for no hotter or safer
ttiMirtiM tn.iii i ilt' red liy tin eoni.iiiy.
m. un... i r I ii l'oliein umieil I iy
JTKW AKltlVALSl NKW AI1U1VAI.S
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAD'S (S00DS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 C'oiiiuivrcial Avenue,
Informs the eitlzen of Cairn mid vlelnily lint hn li.i.
nu li.'iud ono of tlie largest nnd let imorted stock of
Dry ('(Nids, Fancy (.'ood.s and Notloas,
In Snullirrn Illlnoi, which ho oiler nt price that uttl
Vte will (.ell Print", forl'tl.nmd, hI from...S to
Yurdwldo Illeaehril Mtialln at
Henry yard wide f-lieetln nt 15-
All-wool Klunnvl at v
Wlillo lllnnkel per tmlr, nt (.1 U
I jiro lt nil-wool dotltln Hlmwl nt 4 23
New t)ln Lullen' Clonks nt S-'IOOnnd upward
(iood l.li)cyat ....
Kli'KAnt nnd very liiuvy ctuitiifeitlilQ and Hit-
tired rplliii,per ynrd, from. SIol(
Hllk IMplIni at........... 7i
(iood ynrd-wldn Merino .it Oj
A lurn n.nortlili'lit of
Dluck ami Colored Alpucas at cents
And niiincroiK other ot) lei of lire.. Good" eorrc
All-linen H.itntkorrhief nt lit-
All-linen Towelniif, H'rynrd, ut IV.Oi
(IoimI Tiihtu I.lnen 4V-"
Iri-li I.ttien, vurd wide . lit
All-w Ool -mk'K,i......m.......................mm..(...i,.,. Vi
lnlleV Merino Horn ... l&t
Merlnn I'lulcr'lilrl" nnd Drawer ;
ANo, ii luruo at.ijrtinetit of
SA 77 A" TRIMMINGS
AltinniUr Kid Glove. ......$ 1 73
French C.'nr.cU l on
Itouiid C'omlii IOc
Awl all oilier Good eorrfjMwlhijltt oic.
It I therefore to the Interest of orery H'ronlitiy,n
goodt to call at
122 CoiiiiiicreJiil Avoiiim'.
Ileforeliiiyliisel'i'when', n tiioncy Mtivll. mono
Tlmtikful for the Ijlierul p.ttronaiiA heretofore e
teudod tu tl, we hopi to roeeltntlui anno In future.
I.. III. DM.
OP. EVERYTHING IN
TUB BOOK. XiX3XrZ3
ilir'.'l'i'.tf .No. 100 foMxruciu. Avocr..
gOUTIIKIlN ILLINOIS TEACH ED.
An IMiii'iitioii.il Jmiriiil, piiMili I im-.Mniithly
nt the i lly of Cure, imddetoted to the laleret uf th'
(treat Cause of Kdiicatlon
In Smth. nn Illinois. No pinni ill Umpired loii)iiki
lhUJoiini.il a xierfiil rttd Ititliientiol eontrihutloii to
the prllli'lple. of lMlhfltlon; to the Jltiproveiiient id
the the method nf whool ln-trii',tioii, met to tlieiol
mii'emelit of nil reforms for Hie elevnlioll of the
ftmiiliird in "Ksypt."
Sliuile MIo-itIIhts, one ii'.ir M
(lull of over live nnd under n. one your to ime
nddie- I "
("lull nl oer .', one jetir, In one wldrer" It"'
Terms, Pnyulile In Ailviuire.
The tlrt nuiulierwilt ! t.'iied "uiiird.iy, 20th ja-r.
KllflOlt ASH I'llOI'IIIKTOII,
( alio, III.
mHEALDATltOSS SALOON A"i7ftES.
.L TAT DA NT.
M 00 I,K I ';:, CAIRO, Ihl...
Is fiirnndied with nil kimU of eM'elleut l,ljl'l)lt.
nnd Us taMes me iduuys tilled ultlittll tlm Mniinlii
J'.IIUI.I of the tmirl.ot. Meals nre dirnilii-l. on
order, at nil hoitr.s. PAT. I'lT.UIIIIAI.Ii.
This tHiimliii' nliM'K luis Ihi'.iiiii' tliw reiwirt of all
1 1 of hoimI lli:l;it, us nunc Imii lie- le . I
d kept 1 1 JLIIIN M IIKrU.,
K'nlil 'ctrecl, Iwtweeu fmu. nnd U'ii.Ii. Aveniil,
d.i-il.llf I'.MIIll. lU.IMllg.
OllN UY LAND'S SALOON
- MlpJ.ll.'.l v tut .i.l kind of
Qtipovior Xj 1 ci vi ora.
2Jtor, Ale, Ac,
COMMKIH IAI. AVKM'i:. 1IKWKK." NINTH A.N
Tlie lhir-iv. wli.i i.A ! I'.ir n -Ion 1 I ic
il call, and tlio.i' ulio ui-.i I , I. .1 1. .,u,ni 1 n:ai 1
have their want supplied nt li'i Kir- ilu-.'lll'