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AN EXCITING CUWAGj) coNTiio
VEnsr. In tlio your 1850, Cyrus II. McCorrnlck
donntod $100;000 to tlio Northwestern Thco
logtcnl Scminnry, of ChlcagoraynMo ,n four
annual installments. Tim ,flrt Installment
was paid, tlio building oroctcd, and tlio insti
tution entered on ita minion of propnring
young men for tlio cliristltm'ministry. Th'oi
war camo on, and tlio professora of tlio cstub
liihmont unmindful of tho restrictions im
posed by their culling, identined themselves
with tho republican partyInculcating halo
of tho democracy, and toleration for no ono
who did not shapo his notions of the war pol
icy fn nccordanco with their own bigoted
and contracted teachings. Tho establish
ment, indeed, ubandoned tho object of its
creation, and boqnmo a political machine or
agency of radical abolitionism. Tho result
wak, distraction and division In tho immcdiato
church, crimination and recrimination among
tho members a miniaturo union of church
and state that bred disunion of sentiment,
Acrimonious altercation, and a general condi
tion of aifairH that was at onco disgraceful to
thoso who, participating, yet professed to bo
ministers of Him who tuught pcaco and good
will among men.
Tho institution, or rnthcr jts faculty, ig
noring tho purposo for which tho seminary
was founded, nnd plunging headlong into tho
iircnnof politics, showing no rcspoct for
friends nnd patrons who honestly difleriid
from them, or deprecated their course, mr,
3lcConnr-k, long halting, Anally nnd prop
erly ro'uscd to pay further installments, un
lcis thopffondlngfaeiiUy -withdrew from tho
iivld of Klitics, nnd conQned their labors in
Icgitlmatu channels. Tlio fnicrilcgo in tho
sight of God and man continued, political
liato and bitterness took tho place of brotherly
lovo and christian forbearance' and tho in
stitution schooled its etudonts In tho science
cf political Jotraotlon and abuse, that, going
forth into tho world, thoy might oillclcntly
dene unco '-copperheads" undbr color of "sanc
tion from tho church. Very properly, wo
say, mr. McCorrnlck remonstrated j very
projxrly ho withcld tho unpaid Installments
altogether, when ho formaw its application to
unworthy and unrhrlatlan-liko uses In tho
event of payment. Ho only asked that tho
faculty should ignore politic, or that, in tho
event they rrftui-d to do this, they might bo
displaced. No more, no less.. Disappointed, I
even insulted in this, and seeing tho Institu
tion from which ho had hojiod so much por
vcrted to Illegitimate uses, he did what all
unblttMod men will commend, declared
his promised donation forfeited, and re
fused to pay into tho treasury another
In a recent number of the Chicago Tost' a
profesior Lord devotes nearly threo columns
to a lamo palliation of tho ouunse of which
mr. McCorrnlck complains. No unprejudiced
marf can read the nrticlo and honestly-condemn
the couno of mr. MfeConnick. ;Tho
political rancor of tho writer's heart it ill
di'guisod oven now, when tho exciting causo
is removed. Ho says ho "labqred and prayed
for the unity of tlio people, and beaoughtall,
for the lovo of Christ, to forbear crimination
nnd rscrirnlnation and to study thoso things
that might eJluCt a peace." ltcforo tho ink
with which tlio- sentenco was written was
dried, ho reproaches mr. 3IcCormick in terms
of telling bitterness for donating $50,000 to
two Virginia colleges, whojo presidents for
sooth had been otliccrs in - tho relel army,
and to the extent of their abilities, hud sent
sorrow and death through tho land, In "tho
war for slavery I" Heroin is "brotherly lovo '
for tho offending rcbols, nnd herein, too, is a
partial botrayal of that spirit that estranged,
mr. McCorrnlck from tho Northwestern Unl
vcrslty. A smilu and a stab an invocation
of pence and uod will, that tho virus of his
political liato may tVork inoro fatallyn."cop
pcrheads" and 'rebels''
THE 'BULLETIN' ELECTED CITY
At an adjourned meeting of tho city coun
cil tho standing committeo on printing, which
had been previously authorized to mako a con
tract for tho city printing, submitted to tho
consideration of the council a contract with
tho evening 'Bulletin,' which contract had
been slgnod, sealed nnd delivered. To thoso
who do not attend tho meetings of tho council
it may bo matter for surprise that an alder
man ottered a motion to amend the contract
as If It were a resolution; that two aldermen
treated tho contruct as n "bid" for tho print
ing, and that a discussion ensued upon tho
question : "Shall tho olty mako a contract for
printing which has already been contracted
for V In this di.cussion alderman ltitton
housc, after deolariiijr himsolf In favor of
ulvlng tho printing to the Times churged
thnt favoritism on tho part of tho mcmbors of
tho committeo had influenced them to mako a
contract with tho 'Bulletin. In reply1, tlio
mayor pro tcmporo, alderman Carroll, said
in effect that tho committee had consulted tho
wishes of thopcoploj that tho object of pub
UshlriK tho ordinances, &c, was to bring them
to tho attention of tho people, and that tho
'Bulletin,' reprceenting tho majority and bo
Ing cheaper ten cents a week than tho 'Times
had fur tho largest circulation j Unit tlio poo
plo paid for tho printing, and thut to rcfuso
to give it to tho paper of tho majority, and to
glvo it to tho pnpor of tho minority, was In
eiTcct to require each momuor ot tiioraaioriij
to either remain in ignorunco of tho proceed
ings of their municipal servants or eUo sub
scrlbo for tho 'Times nnd in this, way pay for
printing ulono an annual Indirect tax equal
to tho subscription price of tho 'Times whluli
!n twnntv.flvo cents a week, or thi-tcon dol
lars u year. Aldormun Bynn took tho sumo
view of tho qucstlonj; and aldernmn lloilly,
thti 'other mcmbcrtaf'tri'b committed, was near1!)
)y of" the riamo -opinion." It is not to" bo ex
noolod tlitnldormnn Rittcnhouse..or any
other republican, could bo Influenced ty any
such considerations, tut, it was to be- expectod
that ho should jtsnvd up. .mnfylly:for his own
party organ, and to givo effect to his advocacy
should talk a great deal nboutecconpmy. Al-
dorman Gibson, who probably had not been
cnnblod to glvo tolhejnattcr. serious consid
eration, voted with alderman .Itlttcnhouso to
not glvo the contract to tho, 'Bulletin,! as, al
derman Artcr, tho only oul-arid-out ra"dlcl
in tho council, would haYo done, had ho been
Tho bid of tho 'Bulletin' was lower tlian it
should havo been, lower than It would havo
been, had. not our friends, proclaiming that
tho making of tho contract was purely a busi
ness transaction, dragged politics into it, by
inducing tho 'Times tho radical organ, to W
corno our competitor. "Why sh.ould notjho"
'Times' bid low, when by so doing it might
obtain tho public printing, nnd in this way
compel CTcry democrat in tho city to remain
ignprntif of tho city government proceedings
or else, drop tho Bulletin' and take up tho
Time!,' Or becomo burdened with tho sub
scription prico of both papers? No doubt,
doctor Artor, and alderman lUttcnhotue, and
postmaster Graham, and senator Munri, and
doctor Tnggart, all radicals, would havo made
up a purso to cover any loss the 'limes
might havo suffered in doing tho work below
its nctual value. Tho flank movement upon
tho dcrnofcrat., which was undoubtedly contemplated,-would
havo been worth tho price
to thoso excellent citizens, whoso only fault
is tho eiTcrtafnmcnV of wrong- political doc
trines. But tho best laid schemes of men and mloo
often prove futile, and wo aro glad to say7 tho
latest s'chomo of tho radicals of Cairo to rob
tho democratic organ of tho public printing
Was BDOniVC, nilllOUgu, in inci, mu nueiiij.k
has compelled us to work for tho city at a
miserable compensation. Even tho nld and
comfort openly given to the movement by ono
democratic alderman, and a "sortjof wishy-
washy support given" to it by others wiio
wired in nnd wired outf leaving tho public
long in doubt whother tho snako that made
tlio track 'Was going Tiriioswurd or coming
back, was of no avail, and tho 'Bulletin' is and
will bo for ono year tho official organ oi acm-
ocratlc Cairo. "We aro suro tlio people win
sustain this action of thoconncil. Thoy know
tho fact, of which even aldermen may bo Ig
norant, that a good newspaper is a great ole
montof nrosneritv in a city: that It Is tho
doty of - citizens and city to encourage and
support such a paper; that tho 'Bulletin' is
such ft paiier: and, that, as tho consequence,
tho 'Bulletin' is entitled to tho patronago of-
tho city government as woll as to tho patron
ago of every enterprising Arm and citizen.
Thestato legislature Is now In full working
order. The senate elected otllcors as follows :
Chauncoy Elwood, secretary; Jos. B. Hoggs,
first assistant secretary; B. "V. Coon, second
assistant secretary; Jas. II. Taddock, third
assistant secretary; J. N. Adair, enrolling nnd
cngrossfng'clork; John UvBarton; first assist
ant enrolling and eng sing clerk; John J.
Hale, -second assistant enrolling nnd engross
ing clerk; K. D. Addis, third uislitant enroll
Ing and engrossing clerk; John A. Wall, ser-
irpHiit-nt-iirms: Win. Jlitclioli, nuisiani scr-
geont-at-arms; Thos. J. Larrlson, po&tmastcrj
Geo. M. Dougherty, first assistant postmaster.
Tho houso elected officers as follows:
Franklin Corwln, speaker, by 53 votes to N.
B. Casey's 23: James P. Root, of Chicago,
was chosen clerk, nnd tho other nominees oft
tho republican caucus wero elected as follows:
Vint assistant clerk. Jas. K. McOoo, of FuU
ton: second assistsnt, Albert Bliss, of Stophon
son; third assistant, J. J. Halsted, of Douglas;
enrolling and engrossing clerk, J. Y laho-
noy, of Springfield; flrst assistant, doctor
N. Whltnoy, of Schuyler; second assistant,
Morris Savage, of Whltcsldos; third tuslssant,
Cbarlos II. Mitchell, of Warren; doorkeeper,
captain Francis Seguln, of Kankakee; first as
sistant, L. O. Gllman, of Boone; second assist
ant, G. Wettslow, of St. Clair; postmaster, A.
J. Alden, of Terry; assistant postmastor, ,
F. Chittenden, of Coles.
Tlio general assembly thus organizod in
formed tho govorno? of Its roadlncss torocolvo
nnv communication. Tho governor's mes-
sago wns thon Toad by tho clork, and " joint
resolution providing fortlio printing of I3,ooo
copies of tho messago in Kngllsh and German
was referred to a committee, niter wnicn a
motion to adjourn until tho succeeding morn;,
ing was carried.
GOV. QQLESUVS MESSAGE.
Tho crcat length of this pubjio documonl
excludes it from our columns. Wo can tronch
upon our spaco only for tho briefest cpitomo.
Tho governor commcnoos witli.nn oxtondod
eulogy of our greatness as a state, and then
proceeds to a lengthy tabular presentation of
our stato dobt. Amount of principal and In
terest paid slnco Dccomber 1, 1BC0, $2,087,
114 01. Debt outstandlng'Deccmbor 1, 1800,
$5,975,103 G.3. Amount paid during tho past
four years, $7,051,700. Total amount of tax
nblo proporty in the stato, assessment of 1808,
$-175,377,194. Gross receipts into tho treas
ury, of funds nppllcablo to current expenses,
during tho past two years, $2,270;753 19. Our
charitable institutions aro wurmly commend
ed to tho uttention of tho legislature, and tho
nrnc.tlon of ii nnw insiino hospital is rOCOIIl-
mended. The btatu has realized $233,055 53,
durhiK tho past two years, on our military
Rliiiin iiL'ftinst tho United States.
From tho 1st of July, 1807, to tho 1st of
Dccomber, 1808, tho earnings of tho ponlwn
TUESDAY' .EVENING JANUARY 7,
tlary, by sales of manufactured articles nnd
other products, hnvo been $333,373 08' t
During tho samo timo its expenses havp
been, including tho purchnsQ of tho property
Inventoried fsco report of commissioners) nnd
now'T)fll6rTglng to tho Institution, 6203,509 00.
There wero in tlio penitentiary
,t , Convicts.
Dec i t, i sofl.-:.,,., i.., ;nr.i
pec. tut, itcs;...-..Ji-...,., . ...(.... i.
more, manifestly, tfian can bo profitably em
ployed or properly accommodated there.
Tho subject of an additional penitentiary
has not engaged tho attontion of -tho legisla
ture too soon.
Tho governor rpcommpnds that tho trado
In Texas cattlo bo vlgdrouslyregulatcd by
law. Dealing, then, at somo length with tho
!now4 state, house, public improvement, nnd
other questions, ho closes with nn invocation
of tho fnvor of Almighty God.
The Itnteit Uurharlum lu Mltalmtliipl.
From the Memplil Avalnelio.)
A privato letter received from ucar Byhalia,
Miss., yesterday, contained a few particulars
or a norriu nnair urougnt to light a few days
B2? ? . . .
lorn bull, a colored man cmplovcu as a
foreman on mrs. Bronson's plantation, lived
with his wlfo several hundred yards from
mrs. li:t residence. A nearo known as
Edmond Tuntsull was n frequent visitor, nnd
it hud long been supcctcd by Still that im
proper relations existed between his wife and
tnc. protended, menu, it was cvlilont tnat
mrs. Still was much moro interested in Ed
mond than hor husband, nnd tho latter, not
hnvlne tho courage to confront tho destrover
of his pcaco with his suspicions, simply sought
to protect liimscir against any etlort to put
him out of the way.
une morning rust wcerc htui was missinu
from tho plantation. Mrs. Bronson's in
quiries elicited from mrs. Still that ho went
out to leca somo nogs on nnotner portion ot
tho plnco tho night before, and hud not since
been heard of. Mrs. Bronson doubted tlio
story on its own moriU, and tho evident con
tusion or tlio womnn, 'added to what was al
ready known of the situation of affairs, caused
her to suspect foul play.
ho vera 1 servants wero summoned, nnd u
search was instituted. After two or threo
hours spent fruitlessly In different portions of
tho plantation, u member of tho party was at
tracted bv tho presence of. somo fresh earth
ilt tho head of a ravluo about fifty yards from
ami s cuum. in u moment tlio startling dis
covery was mado of somo one's knees pro-
truuing. ino ircsii, looto cartli was nastily
removed, and Still's remulns, horribly muti
lated, where dragged out on tho ground. His
head und faco contained n number of frightful
gashes, evidently Inflicted with nn ax.
Mrs. Bronson at once ordered the arrest of
mrs. Still nnd Edmond Tunstall, as the mur
derers. Upon being taken Into custody by
tho negroes, mrs. Still made a full confession
of guilt. Sho said sho loved Tunstall, nnd
thnt her husband was in the way of her hap
piness. They had long ago determined to rid
themselves of him. Itccently sho sought to
kill him by putting poison in his coffee; but
Still, who'sccmed to suspect tho design, com
plalnoiLthat the coffee was bitter, and throw
it Into tho fire.
On tho night of tho murder Edmond camo
to tho house, It being understood that Still
was to bo removed. Outsldo ho secreted an
ax. After being outsldo a short timo mrs.
Still found a pretext to send her husband out
Into tho yard. Edmond stealthily followed,
ax In hand. Suddenly increasing liis pace, ho
overtook tlio umuqlecting victim, and with a
powerful blow from tho ax felled htm to tho
ground. Other blows followed, until ho be
lieved tlio bloody work dono.
Mrs. Still Joined him, nnd togothci thoy
carried tho mangled body to tho ralno. It
was placed on tho ground until a grave, be
tween oueiond a half and two feet deep, could
bo prepared. But while forcing the victim
in it tho murderers vero startled at discover
ing that lifo was not extinct. ' Tho body
moved, aud sounds camo from tho mouth o'f
tho supposed corpse. Nevertheless Still was
crammed into tho hole, nnd onco in Edmond
jumped upon it, nnd, in that manner, forced
it below the surface. With their hands tho
jwrtnors In crIn;o scooped In sufficient earth
to cover tho remulns of tho murdered husband
and friend; and then, hastening to his cabin,
passed tho night together.
Tho confession wus mado with as much un
concern as though involving a lucre pecadlllo,
and Edmond offered no contradiction. It
almost frenzied tho colored auditors, who in
sisted upon wreaking summary vengeance.
But mrs. Bronson intorposcd, nnd instead of
dangling on adjacent limbs of a neighboring
tree they were manacled and SQnt to tho Holly
omco of South cwlern Iuvirmr Company,
Cairn, Illinois, Jtnunry S, lbff).
At thonnnualmcetinKOf otockltnlilcM, fortlie elco-tloiiofDIn-ctora.
memm, I), Ilurl. W. J. Allen, John
VT. Mitchell, II. K. H. O'MWvfiiy, W. A. H oilman, J. C.
Willi, 11.8. llarroll. 15. . Homlrlek. J. H. Henrclon.
II. M. Hiilcn.Cliarlt'Mdallglier, Wood llitlonhomo and
1C. WutHon Webb wore tluly eleotrd lo ticrvo for tlio
tnnulng yenr. and outhli day alii meulneof tho I1-n-ctorx
tfio following olllcers f oro elected, vis :
I), HUItD, l're.Uiont;
11. . IIAllltELL. VIpo Priwlilenti
m WOOD UlTTHKHOUHE, Trmurer,
A rtcular comintmieation (f Delta Irfxlae.
No. MS, 1'. unil A. M.i will bonelil nl Ms-touio
Hull this (Tliursilny) ovenlnj at iy, o'clock.
All mombors aro earnestly ti'iuontcd o at
tend tho Installation of ofllcpr thin ovcMng.
jai7dlt JKWKTT WILCOX, neorctary.
A roaularuxsemUy of Calic Council, o.
31, it. und H. M will he l,lil nL ilowaio
linn i-ruiay oveiuug, jaauarj , iwu.
liyorueroiwio t. iuu.
il. h. DU3MNO, gco'y.
MUTUAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION
The Writ and Best Institution 0! the Kind tn
the United States.
Weekly lleneflt from S3 to 8K In cato of sickness.
Every man or Female- of Healthy ConSltution can bo
Thli Institution U legally incorpoded under tho
lawn or Illinois. P-IJgSfiSltt
dec21dtf General ATent forStlo of llllnola
WANTEU-Paylng adTcrtisors t(
tho Cairo Sulletiu.
IJIOrBJUNTEBS. , -k x , r
Complete Country NcwHpnpcr
Voxy Xiow TB'iKVueom
Head tho Descriptive list ;
Printing Materials Offered
On Tuctday, the ZtJibut., the undersigned
purchased, at a public vale, all the printing
material heretofore used by the Cairo Demo
crat Company. Having purchased, previous
to this salex a complete Job Office, and all the
material necessary for tht. publication of the
'Cairo Evening Bulletin f we hare no individ
ual use for this material, and icill dispose of
most of it entire, or injiartj at figures which
cannot fail to satisfy those wishing to purchase.
The material teas sold wulcr a chatlcl mort
gage, and was bought in at an unquestioned
'bargain. This enables us to sell at astonish
ingly Utw prices.
A perusal of the Descriptive List will at
once give an idea of (he size and quantity of
material used in the Cairo Democrat office.
The Job llepartBient
, Is complete, and the type used partially new,
and of the very latest styles a large number
of founts, in fact, having been received Jrotn
the foundry within the six montla jmsU The
list of presses comprise Ihc "Nonpareil" jobber,
H. i7.r,in nml ihe Washimit&n hand-
presses, Nos. 6 and 2, and a Cincinnati hand-
i - ... , ,. . t i
press, sso, it in rpicnaia runmng opicrunu
as good as new. t
The Keiripapcr Department
Tn flu: ntlaniihi and aualitv of its material.
forms one of the most complete offices in the
Southwest. The quantity or vrevicranti uon-
fiouthuut. The quantity of ISrcvicr mut Aon
nareil t'.i tujficient to publhh a paper of the the
of the Chicago 7W&ime or'Timei,' or Gnrin
nuti 'Enquirer,' with their respective weekly
nml Iri.tnrrklii editions. The cases, nallcvs,
stones, stands, raete,' standing-galleys, column
rides, arc all in excellent condition, and ready
for immediate use. We can supply six coun
try papers with full offices, complete in every
The Term.. .
. . .... i r it . .
As we intt to pay easn m nanujor yic cijice,
and a caxh is just now in demand with us, we
can sell only upon the same terms.
Can now aren't themselves of n rare and excel
lent opportunity to purchase, complete job or
AfKrrt nr. linih entiihineil. Those
who cannot call in person, canj'ty addressing
Jl. ..,j..i',inJ .,!' fVrAnt Ikf.df Aprils
five list) the artieu ,-ed, obtain the prices,
and any other information that may bewished.
Read the Drtcriptlre Iilit.
1.1 fWI Jblwji.
Ono 'Wiuhlnutoii hnml-prcn, No, 5, anil roller-frame,
Ono WiuliliLiton', foolcun luiml-iirvKs,1
Ono 'nnelnnatl' " ' '
Ono 'Well' nonpareil Job irf and apportcnonces,
Ono 'HiRelOwV plcrcnrtor. 1 '
rnn iT.,,,nt t!nf.tanil llnrhina Grucim cutter.
One 'Itugglci'civnl cutter, Jk',
Seten tyim cubineU, wlthcases,
Ono wtKKl-iylK) cauinei, wiiu iwu,
Kifiy founts rowt-ty!, , '
Two hunilnxl nnd tliirty-nlne typo cases,
One hundred anil utxtyclKht fount mctoMypc,
Ono fount metAl laborarjn2 rnle,
Hlxteou Ktei-i composing sticks,
Klisni impounK bkiui-,
i ireo uuirN,
Ono aMar cabinet,
Thlrty-neven nows ami Job chases,
Vivj. 1 AAriA rroHv.lLirA for chanc..
Thirteen bra KHvyN
ne V0CK1 Kaiio) 5,
Tvo founts Ubor.avingruU,
rour iauor-a iuk miu mni
uno iir uiiKii-ii,
Ono pair h(-ars,
Ono air bellow.,
Two fouat brcTler, :
One fount nonpareil,
Two fount, pica,
Nino fount, metal bonier, . .,
Three rounis wood -
Three huuilreil job cut and ornaments,, j 4.
nni. in, amiiii tiou mmmT cuts and ornaments.
Two lead i-utler., , .
Hlx pecimeu oooks,
Two mallctd, , , ,
two aw, , , , -
Onelotiiuolnnnd Tood furniture,
Tir.iun.ul coniDtismvc stick.. '
Two iron Kriue..
Ono cabinet luuil-prejs.
Two Ijoxc. tyK son.,
Two roller Mocks,
uno inn mi 1 1 u,
OmSfouut German news typo,
Two " " woodtyoe,
Two ink utoiiei', "
Kiro fount, metal German Job type,
Ono oil cmi, '
Threo li'., ,
Ono lot Job lead..
J IN NEWS BOOM,
Tliretni'Hl'l KiHeyi '
l'lvo p.l'cr l)ft"'
Heven lmplng lone,
Fourntundn for name,
One .mall iuk stone, ' '
ono roller lox, '
Ninn tviui .(and..
Hevcnty tyi riie 1
Thirty-two fount. tvlverll.iiiR type, 1
Ono fount brevier new a type,
Ono fount noniiarail new . typo,
Nino woixlKalley, '
TweiityelKlit Ua. Kallcys. - U,
Threo pair. now. cluisc, ,'"V'
Two sett now.pupcr column aud head, rules,
two ien iron iiiiiui".'. luuiutHi
Ono lot )nu rules and ilushca,
Ono lot non.ieadi.
One water pail and dipper,
Thirteen Iron composing sticks,
Ono monkey wrench, ;
Two galley racks,
Threo oil cutis, . .
, i--.li, .t
" M 1. In
Twotuus. . ,m
ono Iron kettle,
Ono stovo and pipe,
Two water buckets,
Ono tin wosli dluli,
Ono tin Mt4terint pot,
Ono composition kettle,
Ono lot quoin,
Two cau new. cut sand ornament j,
JOHN If. OJOjKJJujivcnJnI
TkTOTlCKr All persons Indobted typiQ for more;
Mtilo immediately. O. W. DUNN1KO, M. IV
JOHN H. OBERLY & GO;
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GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
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138 Coiimiercial Avenue,
j f '
Infyrmijtho cltlsens of Cilrn and vicinity that no hai
on hand ono of tho largest and best nssortod iitook of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods and Notions,
In Southern Illinois, which lio offers nt prlie that will
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Tardwido lilcmiliod Jluslln iit,...M.w..-.M..t 12o
l1.?" W.'J W,,1S Sl'Oetlng ftt j llo
All-wool Unnnel at i J ano
While) lllankrtspirpalr,.nt...,..,,..,-M (3 so
Largo U0lI-wiMirJoiiljlo filmwls nt.....M. .4 25 -Nflw
ntylo la-lle' aoaks nt S3 oo and tipwariU
Good Llney.at ..:!...- 20o
Elegant and very heavy cliangfaUo andllg- "'
c.i "ffd l'op(lriN per yard, frouu... 33to!0
Bilk Popllmt nt 730
Oood yuril-wldo Merino at ioa '
Alargoa.sortincnt of ''
Black and t'olqrcd Alpacfts at 2o.cents ,
ANU UPW.VllUH, '
And numorou other styles of Droi GoixU corrs!
pondingly low. '
All-linen Handkorchlefi !...;...
A"'1 n-' ,in.M,f"nS' n'Oaril, at..
... -1 ;.
aiiuiu .llieil....M,..w.,.,.,,,,.,,,,, ...m...
Irl.n Iiluen.o-Ard witlo
All-WDo) hxikw. . 1
r..ll.. m.i. T T,"" "
1 lio .
MerinaUnilenOilrt.nnd Irawrs ,. ......
Also, ajargoasnortinent 9f
VELVETS, ., .
Alexander Kill Glove 73
French Cor.ctR 1 OO
H0UM1I Comb. ...., ,....... 10c
Atul all other Goods correspondingly low.
It 1, therefore fq tho Interest of every per.oubuyioa
good to call nt
122 CojMiuerefal Avenue,
Deforo buying cUewhere, as rnoner Rived Is money
Thankful for tho lllierat patronagn lieretoforo ex
tended to tif, wo hopo to receive tho amo In future.
glOlt EVEHYTHING IN
' a,c3 book Xjxarxi
No. 'lOrt CoMMKii'iti. Avrvrr.
OUTHEKN ILLINOIS TBAOIIEU.
An rc.liu.tlnn.il Jniirnul. mililinliflil Hemi-Monthlv
at tho city of Cairo, nnd devoted to tlio intercut of tlio
Groat Can so of Education
... (!....!. .... V,. .ll. urlll lu. Mtt.ir.wl In mnl'A
.this Journal a lowerfiil rod liitluentlal eontribution to
ftbe principloi of Cdiii-tlnl to thn Jmprofbrnentof
the tho metlKHl of iu'IxmiI iimtructlou, and to tho al
vaueement or all reronn. lor 1110 eievawou 01 uiu
tandard In "Eiypt,"
Blngle HuoerlliT, on ear f 1 M
Oluliof iernvuud under LM. on year toouo
ivtdrc.a . .. 1. ... 1 1
Club ofoverao, ohe year, to ono addriviiiM I 00
Term, Pynlile lu Advance.
' - The first inimW w ill I I.Miod FaliirJ.iy, 20th lint.
JOKI O. MOItOAN,
Eltiroil AM) l'ltOl'ltlKTOll,
dee'dtf Olro. III.
, LIQUOR SALOONS.
THE AL11ATUOSS SALOON anp KES
TAUltANT. ; til OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL.; ', f
lAfurnUliedwIth all kimU of excellent I.IQUOIW.
and ila table are tlna. (illeil with all the ea.ionable
KllHl.K.Sof tlu market. Meal, am furnUhed, oa
order, at all hour. PAT. l-'ITZOEItALD.
ThI popular place ha become tho reort of all
cr of good ItKKH, :n none but tho K-st
ma,ixLt Louis XttX aIslo
U kept by JOI'N FCllKEIi,
Eight Htreet, between Com. and Wasli. Avenue,
.lldlf ' CAlltO, 1I.I.IN019.
J OHN HYLAND'S SALOON
: I .uppllixl with all kind of
IScvr, Ale, Ve.,
COMMEllCIAI. AVENUE, P.EWEK N NINTH AW
Tho thlr.ty, who lovo good liquors, should glvo
.4 call, ami tlio.o who with to p. b a fragrant oigor
havo their wauta nupplicd nt hi bar. . UeOlt