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OITICIAIi PAPER OF COUNT!' AM) C1TV
THE EVENING IlULLETIN.
Wo copy tiio following from n Into number
of thai sterling tlemoerntio pnpor, tlie Fndtt
cal'IIoruld': Tho Cniro 'Uulletia' is tho nainn of fi now
'illy paper published at Cairo, Illinois. J.
II. Obcrly Is its editor, with Moso Hnrrell ns
nsUtnnt editor. Tlii announcement is
tr-Midi to plnco tho Jlullotln upon high
grounds. Tlioy nro both gentlemen of tho
highest ability a. editors, and we vouch for it
that thov will mako ono of the best and iplci
cst pup'ora In tho west. Moo llarroll's
sketches of men and things nro Inimitable,
while Oborly' political writing nro amongst
tho boat mid most readnblo in alio wholo Held
cf political di"ciuiion.
"Vo had a great iloslro to bring both those
t.,c n to Paducitli ; but "they would not.' Wo
thought thoy would bu invnlunblu to our city.
Wo held out to thorn all tho inducements wo
wi ro alio to offer. Wo could not offer very
lar ely. l'overty and not our will or convic
tl u i)rcvcnted. Wo feel Miro that, llko
Ono l.lmtuixm their buxte li'.ni,
Were worth itthomnnd men."
It it wo could not accomplish our wihc,
and Cairo therefore retains two of tho Lost
rewspaper men that have ever struggled to
build up a city or to advance political truth.
V wish them great eucceit. They cer
tainly dworvo it. And wo lomrratulnto our
f. tc-rpriing neighbors of Cuiiu ujhjii tlie fact
t! .t tly have two editors who nro better
l. wn Ia Cairo, nnd who will glvo n riatno
ai I character t. tlieir city which u other
1 n In Amorica could do half o well or ef
L lively. If Cairo iImh not sustain them
i.. iko them rich honor themand feast n.d
drink them then flic will provo herself tin
wt rthy of having men of high talent and
genius a her editors.
While wo beJievo that our friend Noble,
led by guimine frluiidahip, bus goho too fur In
h'.i prai'eof ii', we nevertheless feel proud of
l.s g xwl opinion nnd thank "biro for the kind
w.rds which, ns wo crossed tho threshhold of
i" u w newspaper ontorprUe, he sent io us
ci ting. An editor, like a prophetl not
w.Ui ut honor, mvo in hU own country; nnd,
w regret to sny. even the jveople of Cairo
l ave not Imratoforu appreciated tho Inbers of
th' Ir editors s: u true valup. They have al
lowed thcnuelvw too frequently to give way
t d.fsatisfaetion and jKjtuloney. Crying
down what they hud, by dluouragomoht they
havu made pnbly goodjmpera bad, and bad
papers wur'j; ami, when tho end came, have
noways blamed ovnrybody but themelvo.
w.mt a good paper,'' they havo said time
nnd agnlu, nnd very littloUiany of the most
lufl.icntl.il men have done to make uny paper
go 1. Tho 'JlulMin,' we tako pleasure In
saying, recuivo a more heurty mpport than
nny rfiU predoeessors received; and yot, If
the ' looks ovor our advfirtiiinj: columns it
wi',1 tlnd absent from thm martv familiar
rari,p, the munes of Ihimucis men, who nro.
Intelligent enough to know that a city with
out a rnM is tint, stale and unprofitable, nnd
yot who refuse, lecaute tbuy aro stingy or
run !, to give their home organ tho lotut
rli-iug supjHrt, from which a pnperdraws
Its vitality. There, for instance, is mr. Ulunk,
wl.olsn grumbler. Hi: home paper nerer
p!vs him ; it is too small ; din-sn't conta In
en ugh matter; it not as ably 'edited ns It
fh ild l; and. even whilo h gritniblos, tho
fu. t becomes apparent that ho is one f tho fol
I ws who do nothing to enlarge the paper,
put niro matter Into it, or give to It the
inoniu of putting more labor upon its edito
rial columns; that, in short, if nil tho other
citiAii wore u. mean us he, no paper could
lUe in Cairo for an hour. Now, o far, the
'Bulletin,' as wo havo said, hot received a very
liberal support. Wo Iiojhj it may increase.
If so. in 11 short timo we shall bo enablod to
udd to tho proportions of our paper, and Im
prove It In many ways; but, if not If tho cit
L n refuso to h'dd up our hands, nnd expect
us to expend money, labor and health to main
tain an enterprise which they know Is neces
sary to the prosperity of the city but which
they do not support, we shall tarry with them
only u little time and thon fold our tent liko
thf A rab and as quietly pass away from news
paper life. Hut there 1 no danger. Tho peo
plo of Cairo will support tho 'Hulletin,' nnd
tho time is coming when it will bo above dan
ger, powerful and absolutely independent of
the whims of the unrullablo public, u neces
sity to ovury onterpriking citizen.
In another column wo copy an item of inter
esting railroad nows from tho Metropolis
'Times.' Tho representative from Mussac
county has in hand 11 charter for n ri'.ilroud
from -Metropolis to intersect the Cairo and
Vlnceunes road near llarrisburg, r.nd to run
thence to, St. Louis. Tho proposed incorpor
ators nro col. Brown and capt. Willis, of Me
tropolis, general Kruiiu, and general Burnsido
and his money partner, from tho east. Tho
'Times believed that colonel Brown and cap
tain Willis will rcpresont tho interests of Me
tropolis, but ffura that tho other incorpora
tors will muko an effort to establish tho Ohio
river terminus of tho road nt ft point opposite
I'aducah to intorsoct tho proposed southern
lino nt that plneo. Wu bclievo tho proposed
southern lino from Pudueuh will novor becomo
n fact, but Metropolis should not go to sleep
and let railroad rings swindle hor out of hoi
Just dues. If n railroad is constructed to in
torscct tho Cairo and Vineennes railroad, its
river terminus should bo nt Metropolis. IV
ducah might then, tho 'Times' suggests, build
i ad to tjio mouth of Mnssao creek, on tho
'. - .uky side of the Ohio, nt ft cost for rail
bed of only n couplo of thousand dollars. To
build u road bed on tho Illinois sido from
Metropolis to a point opposito l'aducnli,
would coat nearly ifnotnuitv fifty thousnnd
dollar. A falluro to mako Metropolis the
terminus ot tiio proposed road (tho construe
turn of which Is umong tho doubtful thing3 of
umiiuuro; woum no ruinous to that growing
uiwn ami uiu country contiguous tolt.
'X ho proclamation of Dulce, caplhln-gcncral
of Cubn, lately issued, contains scntonccs
which glvo forth tlio rlng of tho puro ihotnl
of liberty. Ho says: "I will brnvo every
danger, accept overy responsibility, for your
welfare. The revolution has swept nwny tho
Uourboiv dynasty, tearing up by tho roots n
plant so poisonous Hint it putrefied, tho nir wo
breathed. To tho citizens shall bo returned
their rights, to tho iiimi his dignity. You will
recclvo nil tho reforms you require. Cubans
and Spaniards nro nil brothers. From this
day Cuba will bo considered n provinco of
Kpnln. Freedom of tho press, tho right of
meeting in public, nnd representation in tho
National Cortes, tho broad, fundamental
principles of truo liberty, aro granted you,"
Tho I'aducah 'Herald' is Incensed against
tho Memphis 'Avnlancho' for interfering with
tho schemes of tho Tnto railroad ring, which,
operating In tho Interest of Fnducah, sought
to coi.io n grnnd flank movement upon tho
Bluff City nnd mako her contribute to tho
pockets of 11 few sh'nrp men. Tho 'Avnluncho'
Is a powerful foo 113 well ns a powerful friend,
and sinco its wrath has been awakened by tho
shrewd manipulations of Tnducah wo havo
littlo fenr that our tinnll neighbor, who has In
Noble nn nd vocnte und champion worthy eyon
of Cairo, will bo successful In her mnnlfold
sclieinos schemes which seek to turn nsldo
trudo nnd travel that naturally flows In tho
direction of Cniro.
Mr. Pinchbeck, tho negro who acted ns ono
of the delegates from Louisiana to tho Chica
go convention, has introduced into tho legis
lature of that sttto n bill requiring nil public
conveyance!, places of business nnd public
roeorU, for which licenses nro required, to bo
open to nil without distinction of color. This
Tho prosidont elect has njKikcn of extrava
gance and (he trammels which radicalism
lias thrown around tho executive. Ho did
not utter the words himsolf. Hespoko.by the
mouth of his conscience keeper,- 'mr.' Wash
burne, of this state.
Tho negroes of Hay ti and .San Domingo
arertlll ongnged'nt tho-old gamo of cut
throat. Anarchy U the rule, and murder and
robbery nro n familiar to tho citizens of those-
distracted lands ns sunshine.
Tho telegraph reports tho probably fatal
illness at New Orleans of general ltosjcau.
The dUcaso is inflammation of the bowels.
Senator Sherman Is attempting to demolish
the Baltimore nnd Ohio railroad und the city
of Baltimore. Don Quixote cJiargtd the
The receipts of tha salo of pows In Beech
er' church, on tho Cth Inst., nmounted to
hhntviitrloivii mill Vicinity.
From tliv oluiu.iUiwji Mrvury. lh Inst.
Durlnir the holidays our friend mr. Carl
llocdel, principal of our public school, took
unto himself n wife. Here are tho particulars :
JUrne.1. ontlio 31t nil , bi-rortrmiJ mr. Huhcy,
mr. Owl UooOfl an4 innrf Funny !Joof.
Wo learn from major J. K. Loomls that ns
mr. A. u. Trousuulo was crossing orthror:
Inst Friday ovonlnj, nt Stoball' ibrd,'wlth a
two-horso wagon, in which wero his wife, lit
tle daughter nnd miss Klenor Gregg, that tho
bed of tho wagon beenmo detached nnd cap
sized, drowning tho child, Maggie, nged about
tiireo years, unit miss uregg, ngcu 10 yenre.
.Mr. Trousuaio ana ins wuo oarely cssnpea
with thoir lives, The body of jnls O.has
been recovered, but that of tho child Is still
Our friends In tho viclnltv of Now Haven.
wero lately much exurcued about a strange
nntmnl which recently nindo Its appearance.
Tho most exaggerated stories have been cir
culated about the beast. Some said It was a
panther; others could And no name for it. It'
had eaten up several children, according to
one story, and ono man related that while ho
was riding 011 norse-UacK, tuo tiling juiniel
up bohind nun nnd began to eat his Hejli. It
turns out to bo an overgrown wildcat. It
wn killed a few davs sinco and Its skin.
stuffed, is on exhibition at New Haven.
MclrojiolU nnd Vicinity.
From the MetropolUTimvii, 7th Intt.
In 1803, Massac county had 1,081 horses;
uvenigo value, $47 93. Cattle, 3,911; nver
ngo value, $10 03. Mules, -147; nverago vnlue,
$D2 00. Sheep, 1,030; nverngo value, $1 30.
Carriages and wngons, 702 ; average value,
$20 25. Clocks nnd watchos, 878; nverago
value. $5 IB. Pianos, 14; nverairo value.
$137 SO. Goods nnd merchandise, $35,300.
jiuuuinciureu nrticies, i.i.jua. iionu unit
stick, $300. Uitcnuniernteil property, $02,-
08 . Jieiltictions, ?a,37. xotni valuo ot per
sonal property, $335,182.
tiiu uverniio vaiuu 01 an inuus in .Massac
county Is $4 CO per aero. Total valuo of all
property, 91,241,077. u no total population ot
the county In 1807 was 8,201. Tho nverago
wealth of each man nnd child, is $1 50.
From n rollablo sourco wo lonrn tljnt a char
tor will bo "put through" the. legislature for n
railroad from this point by J. C. Willis, our
representative in Uio lowor house. Said
charter will only eiiibraco five incorporator?,
viz : col. Brown nnd Willis from this place,
gen. "Knum from Hnrrisburg, nnd gon. llurn
Kldes nnd his 'money pnrtnor" east. Wo nro
satisfied that capt. Willis and col. Brown will
represent tho interest of Metropolis to tho best
of thoir nbility, but fenr thnt they may bo
controlod by tho vote of tho balance of tho
"incorporators" to run Uio road to another
point nenror than Metropolis to intorsoct tho
southern lino nt Fnducah. Wo hopu for tho
best but havo our fears.
"I know nothing, personally, of Wondoll
Phillips," said general Grant lntoly. "I should
havo respected him nnd a credited him with
more honesty of purposo If ho had opposed
my election. I certainly could novor support
n mau I thought as weak and bad us ho pro-
SATURDAY EVjifltfG JANUARY 9,
;o me. jjOgnn is tiio coming
iiiiiu ui annul
mois. When Douelns died his
mnntlo fell Vftm Logan. Ills skill, gallantry
nnd Fttcccsm tho field nro not properly np-
prcciateu oy- tno icnucrs 01 mo party, aonn
tor Morton is too much of n politician to bo n
snfo flnancitf: ho ninkes n greater effort to
mnko his viWA popular than to demonstrnto
their soundfc. when Morton adopted tho
greenback fMocy of Pondleton, ho underrated
tho integrities tho masses. When .ho under
takes to shfefn way to specio resumption, ho
ovcrrntcs populnr nvnricc.
.' SJTIUHI) BEaHIO.V.J
Wasiiinotok, Jwi. 7. Tho president lulu
before tho scnato n communication from tho
secretary oWfe interior, nndn k'ttcr from tho
commissitifer of Indian affairs, in regard in
thu Into battle.
Mr. Fossenden presented n memorial from
n largo number of Episcopal clergymen for
thu enactment of n Inw forbiding, under
heavy penalties, carrying petroleum in public
passenger convoyancel "
3Ir. Corbctt proonfted 11 petition for tho
extension of tho Pncillc rnilwuy to Puget
3lr. Nvo introduced n bill to facilitate tele
graph communication between tho eastern
and western continents. Preferred to tho com
mittee on commerce.
Mr. Trumbull, front tho committee on ju
diciary, reported nnd recommended nn Indef
inite postponement of tho following bills:
In purt execution of section 4th of urtlclo 4th
of the constitution; n bill to facilitate tho de
cision of questions between tho United States
nnu states, by tiio supremo court 01 tno uniteu
States ; n joint resolution for tho payment of
tho claims of tho loyal citizens of the United
States, und tho hous'o bill to extend tho juris
diction of the probnto Judgos and justices of
the pence in Idaho nnd Montana, which word
On motion of mr. Edmund', tho senoto took
up tho bill to prevent tho holding of civil
offices by military ofllccrs und to provont tho
holding of more than ono otllco nt tho some
time, when, nfter discussion until tho morning
hour had expired, tho senate resumed tho con
sideration of the bill for tho relief of Suo
Murfey, which was nlso debated without ac
tion until 3; 10, when
On motion of Mr. Trumbull, the sennte
wont into oxecutivo sosslon, nnd n few mo
ments afterwards nujournod
from tho committee on foreign
affairs, reported n bill to pay tho widow of
James Wilson, lato minister to Venzueln, ono
quarter of her husband's salary. After some
oxplnnation tho bill imssed.
Mr. Cullom, from the committee on foreign
nffnirs, reported u bill for tliu removal of the
remains of mr. Coggoehnll, Into minister of
the United States nt Equndor, to tho United
Stntes nt tho request of-fils daughter, uppro
prlntlng $1,000 lor tho purpose.'
Mr. Shellnbargor moved nn additional ai
proprlatlon of $1,000 for tho relief of the
widow of mr. Coggcshall. Tho amendment
wns ngreed to yens. "1, nnys CC nnd the
bill as amended passed,
Tho sneaker presented n mossaKO from tho
prosidont with tho report of the eecrotnry of
state, in repiv to tno nouso resolution. 01 .iuiy
20, ls'C", deiTiiringympHthy witli tho suffer
ing peoplo of Crete, ltofurrcd to committee
on foreign affairs.
Mr. Wnshbume, of lllinoji, from tho com
mittee on appropriations, reported the milita
ry acadomv appropriation bill, which wns
ordered to to printed nnd postponed until to
morrow. The house then went into committee of the
wholuon the stato of thu union, and was ad
dressed by Mr. Coburn on tho question of fi
nance. Ho nrgued ngainst tho proposition to return
to specio payment, or to provldo for tho Im
mediate payment of tho national debt. Ho
favored tho passage of n funding bill which
would reduco tho rates of Interest. Ho would
cut off, ns far us possible, nil Imports of luxu
ries, nnd would develop every uvcnuo of im
provement to the vust mines of the west, und
encourngo manufacturing Interests, nnd would
expand tho currency to meet tho reasonable,
wants of the pooplo. This wns the gradual
und eay method of resumption.
Mr. S'hnnks spoko in favor of tho recogni
tion of tho provisional government of Crete.
Tho committco rose, und mr. Ashloy, of
Ohio, introduced nblll to facilitate commercial
intercourse between the states and territories,
and with foreign countries, which wuss refer
red to tiio committee on territories,
Lincoln aioiinmcnt.-Ciuinl IlomU. IUU
mils Ccntrul 11. Jt.-UIUii to lucrcnic the
Jtu liilletlou of tlie Police MuKlatratm
of Cniro, to lliinovc the County ScnU
oriVrry anil Union, nnU tn Prevent the
liiipoi'tntiun f TriattnI Clirrukee Cut
tli. Tliu Couktltiitloual Convention.
SiMii.VQKiKLD, III., January C Tho sen
ate was called to order nt ten o'clock.
Tho speaker laid beforo the senate n com
muuicntiou from tho linn, James Hurluu in
relation to tho Lincoln National monument,
requesting nn appropriation from tlie Stato
nnd subscriptions from mombors, und, on
motion, tho mattor was roforred to n commit
tco of three messrs. Munn, Strovell and
-The governor lnld boforo tho senato tho
correspondence with the Baring Brotliorst of
London, relative to tho canal bonds, which
was referred to tha committio on canals.
Mr. Fort offered a resolution for tho ap
pointment of n commissioner of-omigrntion,
who shall bo cmpoworcd to tako caro of till
emigrants to thin Stato.
Mr. Fort offorod tho following:
Kciolvcd, By tho senato und houso of rep
resentatives, two-thirds of tho members clout
to each houso agreeing thereto, that tho fol
lowing amendment bo, nnd thosnmo is hcro
by proposed to tho constitution of tho statu
of Illinois ns nn amendment to section soven
of tho ninlli nrtiolo : "Tho Goneral Assom
bly shall havo no power to roloaso tho Illinois
Central railroad company from its obligation
to pay into tho stato treasury olther tho tax or
tho por centum of tho Illinois Central rnil
road and brunches, ns stipulated in tho char
Tho following bills wro introducod:
To oxtond tho jurisdiction of tho pollco
magistrates of Cairo; to provont hunting on
the promises of a person by anothor without
leave; to allow tho justicos of tho supromo
court clerk biro; to give circuit courts, juris
diction in cortnln cases:' to chnngo tho natno
of Jano Combs ; to rcgulnto tho s.ilo of pat
ent rights; to nbollsh tho ofllco of county
surveyor; for tho protection of shippers of
fruit, ilour nnd grain ; to provldo for tho re
moval of tho county seat of Perry county ;
to remove tho county scat of Union county;
tonmend tho act for tho reformation of Juvo
nllo offenders ; to prevent tho importation of
Tcxn nnd Chorokoo cattle; to incorporate
tho Chicago Sorosis: to Incorpornto tho Hnr
risburg nnd Grent Northern railroad.
Tho houso mot nt ten o'clock.
Mr. Balloy, of Stephenson, offorcd n reso
lution calling on tho ofllccrs of tho stato ng
rlculturnl society to report n detailed state
ment of tho ito'ms ombrnced In chnrges for
sundries In tho reports of 1805 nnd 1800,
Amounting to $23,000.
A motion to refer tho resolution to tho com
mittee on agriculture wns lost, nnd" tho rcso
Mr. Balloy, of Stephenson, offered a bill to
provide for 'filling ft constitutional conven
tion, to meet on tho first Tucsdny in June,
tiio election to be hold on tho first Tuesday in
April, nnd tho result to bo submitted to tho
pooplo nt tho November election. Bend sec
ond timo nnd ordered printed.
Mr. Bond,, of Cook, offered n bill thnt whero
land bus been donated to trustees forchnitnblo
purposes, nnd nothing litis been dono under
tho trust, tho donor snnll hnvo power to deed
awnv such land for other chnritnblo purposes.
Mr. Cook, of Lake, offered a bill providing
that all deeds of conveyanco made, or to bo
modo bymnrried women of property held in
their own right, and whoro the husband Is not
joined in tho conveyance, (hall bo held ns le
gal nnd binding ns if tho husband hnd joined.
Mr. Cook, nlso, Introduced n bill providing
that no claim against an cstnto should be al
lowed unless presented to tho court nnd nl
iowed within two yeats after filing tho will,
thus avoiding the decision of tho fcuprcmo
court that 11 claim presented to nn adminis
trator, und not made in court, wns valid.
('ompllC'l to Janairy I, If).
Tiio president nnd tho seiiuto iirontdnggers
points about tho late amnesty proclamation.
Tho senato has c'nlleu upon his cxcolloney for
n copy of the proclamation nnd tho authority
by which it wns i'sued. Tho president pro
poses to reply lu n upeuinl message, defending
ids qonstitutlonnl right td grnni pardon nnd
nmnostv, quoting tho decision of tno supreme
court In tho Gnrlnnd test onth case. Ho main
tains that his constitutional right to grant
pardon foro conviction U unquestionable;
thnt It has been tho prnctlco of previous exec
utives, nnd has been sustained by the decision
of tho supremo court nnd other legal tribu
nals. .Mr. lli ck'M Hill
to modify tho net of July, 18C8. Imposing
taxes on" diUllled spirits und tobocco, etc.,
which was referred to tho way nnd menus
committco on Wednesday, Is of much import
ance to the smnll distillers of tho wc3t. The
.bill reads : Bo it enacted, etc., that so much of
the twentieth section of tho net approved July
20th, 1803, entitled nn uct imposing tax on
distilled spirits nnd tobacco, nnd fur other
puriioses, us provides thnt forty-live gallons of
mosli or beer brewed or fermented from grain
shall represent not less than ono bushel of
grain, shall npply only to such distilleries us
cvaporuto the alcoholic spirit in wl '.. .1
tinrt bv steam: und hereafter in all the distil
leries In which the ulcoholic spirit is ovapo.
rated by tho direct action of fire, sixty gallon
of mnrsh or beer, brewed or fermented from
.grain, slnll represent not less than one bushel
A report was started this morning in white
houso circles thnt Grnnt Intends giving Now
York tho secrelnryship of tho treasury, but
which of tno New Yorkors, anxious for this
distinction, is tube selected, wns not indicated.
Tho story Is, thnt Greeley nnd other promi
nent Now Yorkers havo been consulted upon
Tho speculations about cabinet appoint
ments havu gained increased force. Since the
return of so many membors of congress ru
mors prevail that Fornuy will bo mado post
master general, whllo thoro is much stronger
talk that Greeley will bo assigned the snmo
portfolio: Sumnor is coquetting in regard to
tho state department. Ho don t want It, but
desires It tendered it to him to give him an
opportunity to dccllno It.
General Grant will bo entertained In Balti
more noxt week. Tho following persons will
nlso be guests: Commodore Fnrragut, gov
ernor Clifford, Fisk, Grnhnm nnd Aiken;
bishop Mcllvaine. messrs. Evnrts, Wlnthrop,
Sears, Wotmore, Bradford, Bussell and Mac
alll.tcr. Arkniinun Trouble.
Generals Bnbcock and Porter, of general
Grunt's staff; who were sent to Arkansas . j
inquire Into tho dltllculties in that state, havo
mado a rciort to general Grant. They stato
that the governor of Arkansas has organized
his militia and uuthorlzed them to forage upon
tho communities in which thoy may happen
to be, nnd this during timo of peace.
QAIUO CASS I NO.
Thin Boelety will celebr.ito its rtrnt ntmiTvrary by a
KMiel ' 1
Mastiucrntlo Hall, at Washington Hull
Monday Kvtnlny, Jmumry
COMMITTER 01" AUHANOKMEN'TK.
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1 1 avTt. IIEEUIVAKT.
WilANGE OF tIltS.
C. V. VKAOKIl CO.,
Havlni; purehase.1 tliu entire ; stock and fixtures of
Aug. Kowmeyor, nro jirepuroU to do all liiiiuu of
Gas and S t o a m Fitting
In a neat and worUmiinliUd maimer. Wo nro nlso iiro
IMUOil tO rOpairw ttiuui ui iim ua.iv, mm 17 uu
process of bronslre sdJinK nmku thorn In overy
jiarticulftrasgooUas now. 'tlioso bavins bucIi fix-
toed In all ewes. K. VEAfll It.
JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
EW AB11IVALSI NEW AWtlVALS
CHRISTMAS AXI) XL'W YEAR'S GOODS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
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Inform!) tho citizen of Calm nml viclnltv tint bo ha
on liand one of tho lnrgot ami best .usortO'l ttock of
Dry (Joods, I'micy Ooods nud Notions,
In Southern lrilnolx: nliloh lieotlrii nt tirleea that mil
Wo will foil Print. forlio Lraml, nt from..,8 to 12&J
Vnrd wiilu Ill.'n'-tipil MilMIn nt ISVti
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Wlnto lUonkctH ir tmir, M........-. 51 M
I.iratlzo all-wool iIouDlu iSlinuU fit 1 3
New ptylo ladles' Clonk' at S3 oo nnd upward
nood Iiinfcynat sou
Klcgnnt nnd very Jn-nvy rlmnijcnblo nnd llg-
urud roplliu, tier yard, froin..........3Mo fV:
Silk 1'uplia jit .... 7.'z
tlood ynrd-wldo Merino at Vs
A large a lormicnt of
lilnck ami C'oloruil Alpacas al 25 cents
And numcroiu oilier l)le9 of Dreii (ioods corrr
AIMInrn HaiidkcrebkN nt 10c
All-linin Tnt4ing, jryard, at lVji
Coo.1 Tnblo I.liun.. lie'
Irish Linen, vrd wido .. 40
All-ww.l SicKt- SOj
Idlt h' .Merino l(o-o 15c
.MiTliia t'u Jcrjlilrt." nnd Druvrcri . SOc
Also, n largo a.ortmvnt of
SATIN TRIM MINOS
Alexander Kill CSIorrai 81 73
Kreneli Coiattn 1 OO
llouuil Contln M lUc
And all oticr Good corrcsjwndingly low.
It In Ihereforo to tho liiteri,tof eyery Kraoil buying
goodi to cull al
122 Commercial Avenue,
lleforo buying clowhcre, nt money fiarod I money
Tliankfid for thu liUirul patroiiai; hnrntoforo fx
tended to ih, io ht tu roouiro tho imio in future.
TIOR EVKUYTH1NO IN
TIXX3 BOOK. XjI3XT33
................ MM.........M.... I
N.i. toil Civunirut. Avrxrr.
OUTIIEKN ILLINOIS TEACHKR.
An Kdtiratloiml Journal. iiiibllntiAd KmnI-foiitfalr
nt llio city of Cairo, nud devoted to tiio Intoro.t of trio
(J rent Cause of Education
InHoutluni llllnon. No palnn willboiipurod tomok
ihUJournitl a powurfiil rnd iiitlueiitial contribution t
tho prineipU'i uf Kducntioii; to tho JmproTmnt
Ihe ih mt'thod of nvbool liisiructlon, und to (hood
vnnoHiient of nil reforms for tho elovatlon of tlie
ktaadard in "Knypt."
HIdkIo Kuoserllior. on year .......51 M
(lab of ovor llvo nnd under '.i). ono year to ono
Club of over i0, on year, to oao nddresit 1W
Tcruu, I'nyulilo In Atlvancc.
tho Hrst nunilier will li isuod Rilnrday, JWtli lnt.
JOUI. (5. IIOHOAN,
KUITOIl AND PllOl'lllKTOU,
HE ALIJATROSS SALOON axd UES-
61 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILL..
U fiimWVd with nil kindx or oxcellout MQUOKH,
r.nd lt latile nro idnvn lilled vrlthnlt tlia seoonitUo
i;illll.liof tho inniLet. Menlit nro furaUhed.oa
onlt r, nt nil hour. l'AT, KITZUKUAUP.
This popular plnco hu boeomo tho retort of all lov
cm of good l!i:l;it, ili uoao but tho bo.it
IStniaxt Xioiils 0VC aIjco
I kept by JOHN SClIKKb,
Kiuht Htreet, Iwdweeii Corn, nnd Wmh. Aveniu,
dwSldlf CAIUO, ll.MWOlf .
JOHN H YLAN l'b 6AL00N
l8tiuppliol ttilhall kiiuU of
Iloor, Ale, Ac,
COMMBttOIAIj AVKSMB, HKWBK N NINTH Ah
1 i it o 1 H I e, in.
Tin) thirsty, who lovo good I'inuor. houM givd
avail, nnd thoiio who wUTi to pi b a rrriiut cigar
huo their wuuti tupphod at liU lor. Z deciUt