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Office, ii$ Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall ; Editorial Rooms, Ohio Levee, over Barclay's Drug Store.
MONDAY EVENING JANUARY 4, 1869.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
A GOVERNMENTAL TUMOR THAT
SHOULD HE CURED.
If the incoming administration should can
Vfls tlio expense of tho various departments
of tho government with a vlow to retrench
went, it could scarcely pnss our diplomatic
system as suflicicntly economical, or as u fen-
turcof our governmental structuro worthy of
very great udmlrntlon. In truth, tho ques
tion has already been mooted: is not the whole
system a nuisance, tho offspring of cowardice,
that should summarily bo stricken out of ex
istence? Is it not a means whereby cunning,
falsehood nnd chicanery accomplish undue
ends whereby corrupt and enervated peo
ples preserve, at loat for u season, tho namo
of u valor and public spirit that huvo among
them no abiding place? Is not its history
blackened by bribery, by swindling, by lar
fftiy or suppression of document', by shame
less secret treaties and by all the evils that
curse and corrupt fotnmunitios.
An J to oll-ii't this, what has modern diplo
macy accomplished? Kvery rear imposes
upon tin- government an cxponso of more
than one million of dollars on account there
of, and what compensating or partially com
pensating result has it brought alout sinco
tho days of .luirersun, Franklin und Adams?
In a canvass f its achievements wo cannot
recall a single one. "Creditable ministers"
wo have had, undoubtedly men wlioe digni
fied and courtly bearing, or simple and unos
tentatious ptrsonel hai commanded tho com
pliments of royalty; but what of that? Wo
can scarcely require these exalted tuttlmonials
at so burdensome a cost. "Hut," says one,
"diplomacy threw open trie gates of Japan,
and placed that hitherto oxclusivu pcoplo in a
clout commercial connection with our own."
True enough, diplomacy did this, but it was
not even aided by our regular diplomaticsys
tern. I'erry and Townsond, who broke down
tho Isolation of that people, wore, special en
voys. Thoy otrcctod this brilliant achieve
ment, whilo our entire diplomatic establish
ment was presenting a littles., dreary, sluggih
npoct In it great "do-nothing" mission. The
contract, at that time, was wostdumaging to
our regular mlnltry, Bnd occasioned the
samo inquiry then, as is bruited now, why not
effect all needful negotiations a th necessity
for them nrii.es, and thus reliovo our exchequer
of n constant and heavy drain?
Tho minister to I.lma receives $10,000; tho
Atccntion ministry coits us $7,100; that of
Santiago $ JO.noO ; that of Parana ?7.0PO ; that
of Mode Jatiiero f 13,800, and of South Amer
ica as h whole, nearly a quarter of a million
of dollar-. What has been the return?
What good purpose 1ms been served that
f pei i d en voyage might not have served at
one hundredth part of the cost? We have
no particular fault or complaint to urge
against our eonub. Many of them have
proved th utility of tho eyitom; but If any
good has gmwn out of ojir ministry, since tho
"purer and bolter day?," a vindication of that
institution from tho charge of utter worth
It tiO vertainly requires that that good be
prorlnlmwl from the erct of every mountain
and from every bill-top.
Uamn ( fruit, qionliig the door to cor
ruption, fraud, deception nnd lasdness; im
pr.Iing t'i fuwi' extent tho iharaetor und
government f our jwoplo in tho eyes of in
telligent nations abroad, ourdllomHtic bureau
cal!ifruch an overhauling ns will greatly
Iosm If not tup off tho uxpcm of resident
mlnMer. and euro tho Hb-rtlutn evlU that arc
constantly growing out of it.
THE VA CANT JUDGESHIP JUDGE
Tho only name now mentioned In connec
tion with the vacant judgehlp of thW circuit,
is that of the hon. "Wesley Sloan, of Tow
county. Tho bar of the circuit (whose judg
ment ij entitled t the greatest roepoct) con
cur, almost unanimously, in tho opinion that
in point of ability, experience and general
Illness, that gentloman hut no superior u'mimg
u, and should, without any political conten
tion, bo chosen for tho position. This sentl
in. lit, it gct'ino to us, should be given sitfh
shape a will niot directly bear upon Judge
Sloan, beforo aomo aspirant, without claims or
qualifications, avows a purpose to contest for
tho ofllee.' V nre-fufilciontly aufed of
Judge Sloan' election in any event; but as ho
has, upon a former occasion, made known Ids
unwillingness to become u party to a politlc.il
or persona! wrangle for tho place, such action
should bo promptly taken' u will provide
ngalnst siu h an obstacle In the way of liU can
didac. ro.esed of a flno leg:d mind, tho experi
ence i'f many years upon tho bench, mid the
fullest c.iiifldnco of the bar, judge Sloan is
peculiarly fitted for the trust and responsi
bilities the bar and tho iuus-o of the people
arc anxious ho should assume
Mrs. Harriet IJcecher Stowo and inr. Donald
(i, Mitehul have commenced the publication
'of a birge octavo journal called lho! ''Hearth
and Home," and devoted to tho interests of
agriculture. Much this story-writing, rhymu
spinning couple know about ugriculturq.
"Why wo 11 wager tho re-iulu of our moral
training everything, in fact, that Mitchell
can't toll, for tho life of him, whether, rirmors
break-up ground witli u plow or an or cart,
and that mrs. Harriot would recommend aj
ono of thu chief luxuries of a farmer's home
an unfailing supply of well-bred buttor-milU
Tho "Hearth and Home," is a vory readablo
paper, however, containing contributions from
llm pens of our most eminent Amorican
writers among others J. T. Trowbrldgo,
draco Greenwood, and T. S. Arthur. In so
far as tho paper is literary it is excellent j but
its agriculture is purely theoretical, and, some
time's, funny. Typhographically, it is ono of
tho handsomest of American wooklles. Ilock
wcll & Co. havo it, and so has Jlunnon.
NE ir.V I'AIIA QUA PUS.
Collated from otif latest telegram.
FIkIU wltli Indian.
Tlio 'Jlopublicun has a lato special from To
pokn, Kansas, which says reports, thought to
bo reliable, havd reached thero 16 tho effect
that another fight with tho Indians had taken
pluco in tho SVaehita Mountaiys. A largo
number of Indians nrosaid to havo been killed.
Satanta, tlip chief of tho Kiowos, njid Ltttlo
Raven, ofUio Aropahoos, wore taken prison
ers, and h largo amount of property captured.
Tins Indians engaged wcro tho Kiowa.?,
Cheyennes and Arapahoes. Purthcr particu
lars cannot bo given In consequence of tho
ofllcial messenger loiing his mall while cross
ing the Arkansas river.
Chas. M. Kogers, formerly superintendent
of tho St. Nicholas Hotel, was murdered in
Now York, on Twelfth street, near Droad
way, in open daylight, Saturdoy morning by
an unknown Kjrson.
Dnkotnh Ilmril 1'rnm.
A bill has passed thu House of representa
tives in DakOlah territory, enabling women to
hold ollice. Tlio council will probably defeat
the measure. A memorial paed With Houses
asking tho President elect, U. S. Grant, to
appoint "W. W. Hrockings next governor of
The New York 'Herald' says thu aggregate
amount of semi-annual dividends payablo In
that city to-day on tho various classes of stocks
and securities is thirteen million four hundrod
and sixty-two dollars and soventy.throo cents.
Tho interest to bo paid in gold at tho United
Stater, Sub-Treasury is about seven millions.
Tho Stato of Massachusetts will pay tho In
terest on its bonds In specie. Tho city of Bos
ton pays interest in coin, except on currency
Illliioli Hirer Improvements.
At tho Illinois river improvement conven
tion, held in Peoria cn Wednesday, tho report
of tlm cowmltteo on resolutions was adopted
declaring tliat tlio navigation of tho Illinois
river is unreliable, and that tho Stoto Is nov;
abta to inako tho necessary Improvements In
that river, and advising tho npiwlntment of a
committee to urge upon the attention of
tho Legislature tho paramount importance
of tho contemplated improvement. A com-
mltteo of live gentlemen wero appointed,
whoo expenses are to bo defrayed bv tho
t-iwiis along tho proposed route. Tho Illinois
and Michigan canal cost $0,500,000 and it Is
estimated that it will cost about two million
dollars to improve tho Illinois river from
LaSallo to its mouth, so as to givo soven feet
depth of water for 230 miles.
Tho billiard match between Joseph Dion
and Mclvin Foster, which wb contested in
New York, on Monday night, resulted in a
cunoui game. Thogamowas n threo-ballod
carom, .iou points, lor n.aoo a side. It was
remarkably close throughout. At the eighti
eth inning the score stood: Poster 13C, Dion
l.'tt; 107th inning, Poster 281, Dion 280; 173d
Inning roster 29U, Dion 205. Dion, at this
point, made a beautiful count, and was then
klfod off. I-oster followed by a brilliant
shot, winning by four point. Poster's high
est run was 21, Dions 11.
IMrntliiK the Ilulilt.
Tho Italinn minister at Washington gave a
children V party, on Monday night, at his elo
gunt residence on Pennsylvania avenuo.
Thero were seventy children present. A
littlo daughter of General Grant was crowned
queen of tho entertainment, and a son of
Knglish minister Thornton acted as her royal
consort. Tho Queen's addross was road by
her premier, a son of .Montgomery Diair. At
its conclusion each of tho subjects drew a
numbor from u.t urn, calling for a valuablo
(Jrorh'la Titgrn Iniurrt'Ctlmi.
A dispatch from Savannah, dated tho 2d,
says that affairs on tho Ogecheo aro without
change for tlio better. Tho negroes aro still
armed in largo bodies, driving off tho whites
and plundering their houses and farms of ev
erything valuuble. No demonstration against
them has been made. Tho matter is under
consideration and an unanimous desire is fejt
to quell the insurrection without bloodshed.
Citizen aro organizing to pat down this law
lessness, and will do so.
Ntrnuilinnl CollUlou. ,
A telegram under dato of tho 2d, from New
Orleans says that tho steamboat A. G. llrown
collided with tho Hromen steamship Toutonia,
between this city and tho mouth' of tho Miss
issippi, Wednesday, and soon turned bottom
up. Tlio books, money and everybody on
board were saved. Tho Toutonia was injured
and passed on,
110 ir TO UXFllECKLE VOVllSEliF. ,
Wo would havo all tho ladies hun J some
particularly such as read tho 'Bulletin.' Tp
contribute something to this' .end wo publish
tho following receipt, which, hithorto, has Wen
sold at ono dollar, by a mercenary fellow, in
Connecticut, who claims that it was oMatnod
from tho toilet caso of tho empress Eugenia.
Wo know nothing of its virtue. It professes
to ren'iovo freckles, Wo nover had any. It
may occur, however, that somo of our lady
reailors have friends who aro freckled, and for
tho benefit of such wo publish it. Woll, bore
it is: Freckles may bo romoved by using a
fluid prepared thus: Tako ono ounco of
lemon juice, a quarter of a drachm of pow
dored borax and ono half n drachm of sugar.
Mix theso keep tho mixture standing in a
bottlo for a fow days and it is then ready for
use. ltub it on tlio hands and faco three or
four times a day and dry off with a towel.
If this fails to remove tho freckle aftor a
fair trial, how vould it aaswor to lat aomo
nico young man bito 'om off? This sugges
Hon has not been patented, and may be follow
ed, Add-Lib bUc-'cm.
A Mnrrlnge Ceremony.
1'rom the Drawer, ilnrptT' Magazine.
Nothing, wo calculate, could bo moro edify,
ing to our dusky-hued friends than the remarks
mado by a sablo parson nt a negro wedding
which took placo recently near Montgomery,
Alabama. Thus simko he :
" Horo is a couplo who havo walked out to
night, wishing, to bo jinedin, and thro' love,
and wishing tdl dom dat havo anything twixt
.1..... V 1 , . . ..."
uuiu uuiinj lorwaru iuiu spcati now , H not, let
dom hold dar peaco now and for overwore. I
wants every car to bear, and every heart to
"Mr. Jim Thompson, whomsoever stands
fastly by your left side, do vou tako her for
your oeiovcu wne, to wait on her through
sickness nnd through health, safo and bo safe,
holy and bo holy, loving and bo loving, do
you lovo her mother, do you lovo her fothcr,
do you lovo her brothers, dt. you lovo her sis.
tors, do you lovo her matter, 'do you lovo her
mbtress, but do you lovo God do Lost?"
Answer: "I do. '
"Miss Mary Thompson, whomsoever stands
fastly by your side, do you tako to bo your
dear Aloved husband, to wait on htm through
healtli and, through contlutlon, safe and bo
safo, holy and bo holy, do you lovo his moth
er, do you lovo his father, do you love his
brothers, do you lovo his sisters, do vou lovo
God do best?,'
Answor. "I will."
"I shall pronounce mr. Jim to hold miss
Mury fastly by tho right hand, nnd shall
pronounco you both to bo wan and wife, by
tho commandments of God. Wo shall hope,
and trusting through God, that you may live
right, that you may die right, now und for
evermore. Now, mr. J Ira, slew your brido.
Let us sing n hlmo:
'"Hunnwl In a gulf of iU:k lor lr."' etc.
Wives aro often foolish enough to sit up
for their husbands, but you hear of few hus
bands who havo tho patience to sit up for
Tho man who went by tho board was prob
ably a lumber dealer.
A baby is said to be Hko wheat, becauso it
Is first cradled, then threshed, and finally be
comos the flower of the family.
In a dilemma, during tho tinio a man has
boon standing like a fool, fumbling for an ex
cuse, a woman will havo invented a thousand.
"Why do women spend s much timo and
money on drc?s?' asked a gentleman of a bolle.
'To worry other women," was tho diabolical
uui irutniui reply.
"Mr. Timothy," said a young lady, who
had been showering off her wit at the expense
of a danuder, "you'romlnd woof a barometer
Unit is filled with nothing In the upper story."
'Divine Almira," weekly renlied tho adorer.
"In thanking you for that compliment, let me
remind vou that
you occupy tho upper
The I.atr .Mr. A. .V. DIckriM.
(From tho Ohio?.) Time.J
Josephs. W aters was appointed adminis
trator of tlio estate of tho lato Ilertha P.
Dickens widow of tho late Augustus N. Diek-
en, and sister-in-law of Charles Dickens, tho
novelNt, on glviiit; bondi in thesuui of $7,000,
mo petition sets lortn that tlio Ut.-ceaeu left
propurty to not ezcoesl .n value ?3,800, and
which consisted of a frano house on leased
ground, valued at $3,000, ami household fur
niture, ciothiriL', etc., valued at taOO. Mr,
Waters was aUo polnttd guardian of tlio
ciniuren, isertram, Adrian ana Amy Ulckcns,
on iiiing tKinus tn tti" sum ot f 7,000.
On Christmas night u bouse, situated tlvo
mile from the Apidlntr court-hime, tho coun
ty seat of Columbia cour.tv, Gu., nnd occu-
Iieu by a mr. Oaoricl .Martin and two grown
sisters, was burned to tlw ground nnd its
three occupants consumed in tho flames. Tho
neighbors arrived too lata to savo tho bodies
from tho fire, but it is generally believed that
tho houso was first eutond by nogroos, tlio
three persons murdered, und the promises sot
on fire to destroy nil cviibnces ol tlio crime.
air. .Martin was supposed to have had a good
deal of money concealed oi tho place, ondthis
furnishes tho truo koy to the wholo transac
tion. It Is scarcely probable that throo grown
persons would sleeti ssounllv as to bo burned
alive in tho house withoutu single ono escap
Tho live stopk trade in Atlanta is ono of
vr.it more importance thin many at first
wouiu suppose it to ie, rr tlio present sciv
son, up to date, there has Icon nearly eight
tuoumnu unites snipped to Atlanta ly rail
way; u largo portion of witch number havo
found n ready market at tint point tho re
mainder shipped by rail to Macon and .Mont
gomery. Notwttht!inditij,tho cry of "hard
times, tho prices range from $125 to jJ'JOO
A young blood living neir Macon, (la., a
fow nl-rhU ul'O conelttdod t) idav Muzenna.
and had brought forth nU "tho fiery, un
tamed steed," but his own horse, mounted,
and by dint of whip and stpr freely applied,
actually forced hhu up u light pf stairs Into
his bed-room. A'fter accomplishing thii
break-neck font, Iiomo and rider aro said to
havuiturnod iti for tho nigit in truo Tnrtnr
llov. Uasil M'unly, sr., dkd In Greenville,
S. C, on Monday last tn th 70th vear of his
ogu.:-.Dr; JLunly war uUversally (mown
throughout the Baptist dciifmination of the
south, and had been serving in the ministry
for .over forty years. Ho .mi u nuttvo o'f
North Carolina, butiUlifoud services hntj
been long identified With MioUonomiuatlon in
Several persons arrested b the lullltur
Jetfers&n, Texas, are kept u 61osoJ cdnline
ment, and nro uot permitted to see oven tholr
relatives. No charges havo been preferred
against thorn, and no ono eicepttho Satrap
know why thoy uro incarcorstud.
"William .Nolan was shot tuil killed bv Hob-
erl lllovins ut Mossy creek, near Knoxville,
Tonnesseo, on thu 20th ult. A mlssunder-
standing had occurred between them thd day
provjous.ai u uiirutmas rovoi, .which wus re
newed on tho following day by Nolan with
A yount: man about twentv-ono veard of
age, named Frank mitli, a clork in tho ew
juoy of 8. Franklin & Co., cotton factors, of
Augusta, was killed on "Wednesday last in tho
town of "Washington, Georgia, by tlio pocU
dontal disclmrgo of a pistol in tlio hands of u
v OK THE CONDITION OK
THE CITY XATIOXAI. JMK
On the 'SIoruliiK or the Kirt Monday of
Nntcsuiiil Hill (Uncounted j 07,101 11
ll. nl Kutute......... . to.nU 07
I-uruitnri ami Fixture i m a
CnMi Items Including UarenuoStnmt) 81
Duo from Hanks and Hunker 04.317 87
Iniofrom Trensurtrnf United Htato 1.07J 00
.. "''C'lnteitoferiirorlronlatlon 100,000 03
I . S. Ilonds deposited with Treasurer or
, Unltpil ijlntes tj upotiro deposits 0,0)0 00
L ty of Cairn lonls-ent H,4,yi c
Alexamlcr County Orders-tost.. vijia i
Hjx-clf 4 iji
Other-lawful money 37,V,J 7i)
Capital Sl,ck paid In M .81M,000 00
tlrciilntlfin... Wi0m w
Nirplnj l iitid .j, ,, w
Individual I)flwlu jw Mt ai
H'wfnl wx-oiiiit nf ."ocretory of Tnaiury ...... 12 i
'!. :::::: 10.14 a ?o
J'r' " w r',n,'.?n,,1I" "f "The CllyNatlottJ Hank
of Cairo, Illinois" do solemnly w ur (lint the nlmvo
sUtKincnt In true tn tlio U-xtof my kno(dKntidl.
Ilir- A. li.MAKKOMn Cashier.
State of Illinois )
County of Alexander, cs.
City r,f Cairo. )
Sworn to and ut,f!rlUMK;fore methlt fourth day
of January, l"l. H. II. CANHKK,
' f?y given lliat there will l a mectlnic
oft he HtockliolilPM of the Cairo Olty C.vt Company at
their iMr hi tho City .National lUnk, on Monday,
January 11. 1S. for tho election of nlu directors, be
tween tho hour of ten a.m. and two o'clock n.m.
J1""'"'' A.ll.HAFFOKl), HJcretary.
QAIRO AND ITS UUSINESS.
x o o e x
TO THE HANKERS, MERCHANTS AND
HOTEL-KEEPERS OF CAIRO:
Tho undersigned proposes, with tho Co-operation
of tlioso engaged in legittwato busi
ness in Cairo, to issuo u series of cards, 12x14
inches in size, printed in threo colors, bronzed
in gold and silver, and finished in tho very
nigncji siyio ol tlio art typographical.
The plan upon which it Js proposed to issuo
mo uaras is now in successful operation In
New York, IJoston, Philadelphia, Pittsburg,
St. LouN, Cincinnati, Chicago, nnd tho prin-
.ijm uiiiua .xortii, jiiist unit et, nnu has
wet, wherover tried, with unbounded favor,
It dillers very waterifiilv from tho old-fash-
tnn.-l i n V, , .
.iiiiii9t, roiier-uireciories is neater,
cheaper, simpler in arrangement, and will
contain onlr tlm inr.U nf tlm...
merclallv rf Z ZZ'OZl,
"I ""Of sisv tu?UH;'"..
ITS AI)VAVTlri' Ain.-.
FIRST: Each Card-thtri, of (he she above
tnemtomu, una coiUitm thirteen cards; and
eicn mmenoer iciff bejnrnished with fiihi
co;im, thu securing to each the manifest ' ad-
J " circulation of SIN HUN-
uiu.u AHU FIFTY COPIES, for. vry
porUonaMii. an incredibly small .sum.
. . .
allumj: Simplicity of arrangement mtei
juuiiruwuicncc to tite card of each pa.
iron; while iti she ner, nit i U,f ,.,. Jt
u an m at a single glance.
THIRD: Each subscriber will circulate his
oimi copies, willing them in all directions to
patrontllhtti conerrina while receiving
benefitt, making it an eminently mutual and
mtarantecs one of the. mal
important points to U gained b this mode
of advertising, viz: EFFICIENT CIRCU-
Jul l lui, Jly tut victhatl not a copy will
be wasted, indiscriminate and carelec distri
bution will be ai-oided, and the arenl oicc
ilons against the old "directories" will be
I II Til : Its neat sjc unit beautiful typogra
phy make it an ornament, which will readi
ly ji mi a niche- m the countlmi.room, in'the
morcnouse ami ionic oj the country trader.
ui inr station iicpoi oj iic iliyortut liaii
roaas iraaing ro ami jrom t am, ami upon
tite uijierem lines oj int. vumtieriami, Ti nn
rsice, MUsissinni, and Ohio river steamers.
terminating at this point, thus penetrating
public '!( private place alike.
SIXTH: A new, large and beautiful CAL
ENDER FOR ISOl), with appropriate tint
uuici.x, win occupy mv crnier of tne i.aru,
com'iimg isej ainess ana attraction with or
SEVENTH: It cheapness can be I mug.
mm when tt is mm that a patron receives
thebenejit of this larieand d(('usii'e circulation-fur
about one-seventh thficostof an orig
a.Tlic Curd 'Mill lie m-ntly fiuiiitil
Hjj, Tlionti not fi iiiuid 111 l,u KUiilltil
) . . . i
villi eyelet" mid tape, nil ready foe like,
without extra cost.
EST II will be iisued tn a few days, thus
preceding, in thesed'mns of country tributary
to Cairo, alljoreign ntlvertising cards.
At HiilUtlu (tiller.
Cairo, January 1.
OTICE TO CONSIGNEES.
Illinois Central Kulli-o.nl Comnanv.
Agent' ottice. I'.iue, 111,, l)ee.'),asiki,
Ml fremht rcnu im m tho depots of this company
nt culro. iii tlio first ( I caoh and uverv monili hcre.if.
ter, niliuo prwnia'j in.ii' tovrrio a wnrenouso mr
htoiiKC Th'H tdou inJl n'.le, and will
Ui r e dlv
i.nri iuJ out
JAM1W JOHNijO.V, A.-iit.
EW AllUlVALSI NEW AltltlVALS
CHRISTMAS AM) NEW TEAK'S G00IW
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
122 C'oiiiiiiert'iiil Avenue,
Informs tlio cltiicn of Cairo nnd tlninlty that he lis
on hand ono of the lariat and liest assorted iitock of
Dry (Jood.w, Fancy Goods und .Notions,
In fswthorn Illinois which ho oiler at prices that will
We will n1I Prints for lOHt brands, at fromS to IVs.
Yardwldo Ulcwhed Muslin at 1215s
I''" jarjt wl'lJ Sheeting at M I
All-wool Hanntl at or
Wlilto Illankctx or pair, nt- . (.1 so
I.arRo alio nll-wnol doulilo SImwN t 4 13
New ntylo la-lleV Cloaks nt OOnnd upwards
Ooot lilnseyeat ....... go
Kleicant and Tory heavy rlinnRenblii and
ured Poplins, per yard, from. J5toc
fiilk Popllnx nt Ti
Oood yurd.wido Merino at 40c
A largo assortment of
Mack and Colored Alpacas at 25 conU
And nutiivroU't other styloi of DrtMS CooJs cottpsJ
All-llncn Uindkerchiefi ut in,.
AIMInei; Trurelitijf, per yard, at lV.4r
Oooil TnMe Mnen 4 Jo
Irish Llnon. vard wldu in.
A1I-wik1 tsekii. v
Ladles' Merino Hoso u
Mnrint Undershirt nnd Drawers X:
AUo, a largo a.siorttnent of
SATIN TRIM MING ft
Alexander Kid Mlnvra.,
. 1 00
Iftr all otitr Goodi correspondingly low.
122 Commercial Avenue,
..uy.n.eWwhere.as money pav.nl U money
. T,!!"J,iful f"rtliolllier.l intronir.rt herotoforo ex
. .,,.,, ,u in., no ihiih" hi receive iihi i.aiuo in lilturv.
dec21'CSdtf i hliin,
- - - - - "' I
"fjlOIl EVEUYT1IING IN
I ! mTTTrr" -r- -tj- t-tsit
I! .m. j
1 till (Vivxrnrm Avrxer.
rilEKN ILLINOIS TEACH Ell.
An IMitcatlonal Joiirnul. nnlilMind Seml-Mnntlilr
at the city of Cairo, and devoted to the interest of tlm
('rent Cniiie of Education
In Kouth.trn Illlnon. No tuliw tllllMmuired tn mike
thl journal a powerful rud liitlileutliil eiuitriliUtioii to
(1... ...i I. . j .t l.VI .1... I...... ..
..' I'l . i.iie uiiuil , . Die Jllli(lf vilieill i.l
the the ineilnxl of m-linol instruction, ami tn the uda
niieeinentof all reforms for tln elevation of the
nMiidiird in "Usypt."
r-iiiule SuoerilTs mis ear... $1 .v
tluliof over tlvu and iinuer ono eur Iduiiu
nddroHn ., .. i 25
Cluliof ner 20, one year, tonne uddros. IN
Tt't'iiiK, l'nynlile hi Adviuue.
The tirxt liuuilier will he Issued .".itimluy, '.Slli Iiul.
joi:i, U. JIOIUIAN,
EPITOII AND PlIOlMUKTOR,
(lf'.".k'.Ilf Cnlru. 111.
rnilE ALHATUOSS SALOON and IlKS
.1 TA II It A NT.-;;
SI OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO. ILL..
U fiilliMied uitli nil Muds of oxecllent IdOUOItS.
aiel it tutiUx am always tilled with all th ea,onul)lii
l.DIIll.l.'S of Hut UlUlkot. .MiiiU urn I'llriiUliml. 1.11
unlcr, nt oil hour-. PAT. FITZOKIIALD.
This iioDiilnr nliU'o Inu lieeoine Ihu resort of all lot'.
oranf ood HKKIt.iu nouu hut IIioImwI
Saliit Iionis 3VCals.o
Is kept by JOHN MlllKKb,
Light street, between Com. and Uasli, Avenue,
deogldtf CAIUO. IM.IWDlri.
J OHN IIVLAND'S SALOON
Is Hlipplled with all kinds of
lluvr, Ale, Ac,
COMMKIICIAI, AVKNITK. liBivKB N -NINTH AN
Tlio thirsty, who loo lmih! honor, should flio
n vail, nnd thoso who ivisH tn l a fravrnut cigar
hare their wants supplied at his imr,