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THURSDlV EVENING JANUARY 14, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY AND CITY
CORPORATION SUUSCUIPTIONS TO
Tliu auprcmo court of tlio United States
pronounced 11 decision In n railroad case, on
Tuodav lust, which sottle ft question about
the irregulnr of bonds hy cllic3' th.ftt
mnv Ilnd, with in, n hJmo application. Tlio
cam was that wherein AVoit & Torronce, of
Citifinnutt, wore plaintiff, and tho city of
Aurora, Indiana, defendant. Tho city of
Aurora, It eom, subscribed $50,000 to tho
Ftoek of thu Ohio and Mlsslstlppl railroad
company, and issued f 50,000 in bonds to tho
company in payment of tho subscription.
Thcio bondj worn purchased by "VeU and
Torrcnco from tho railroad company. Sev
eral yearn atp major Torrcnco brought suit
W tho circuit court for Denrbon county, In
diana, against tho city of Aurora, upon tho
coupon! for lhYunwt tlftfn due. In defence of
tlii stilt, the city set up a want of power in
tilt city t make tho inscriptions, and espe
cially "the want of nucli a vole of tho citizens
Mve'm nei'WMnry to authorize tho common
council of the city to stil.crlbo for tho stock
and U mo tho bonds. After a full hearing
tho court of Indiana gave judgment for West
ic Torrcnco. Other coupons having subse
q icntly fallen duo, and payment being ro.
fj 1 West ii Torrcnco brought another
r .it in tho United States circuit court for In
dut a. Tim city attempted to set up in deft-
f this suit tho same matters they had
f t up in tho former cse and some other do-.
fen-v beside. The United btato court how-'
over, hold that tho suit on tho second set of
coupon was in fact upon the samo cause of
acti-m a tho llrt cao, and that tho city was
excluded by thu flrst judgment from setting
uji any defence which they sot up in tho first
i't t'r which they might liavo set up, and
gave judgment on that ground for Wo't &
Torronce. Thereupon tho city brought tho
c.nu to tho aiiproinu court of tho United
Static by writ ol error, and it was argued
here bv'mr. T. I). Lincoln for tho city, and
mr Henry ritunberry for West & Torr.onco.
The decision of the supromo court was glrcn
on yesterday, affirming the Judgment of tho
United Stales court, that tho flrst Judgment'in
tho stato court wm conclusive, and accord
ingly judgment was given for West & Tor-
Tin: carnival of nt.oon in AR
KANSAS. When the history of tho recent outrages in
Arkansas I written it will preicnt a chapter
of blood, murder and rapino that will scarce
ly find Its equal in our annals of crime. From
tun t i time intelligence has reached tho north
that such a citizen had been shot by tho negro
militia, and such a village plundered; but tho
Impression, pasted with tho reading, and was
recalled no more. Hring all these outrages
uj n p'rson nnd property into one grand to
tal, however, and the public must stand
appalled at their enormity. Of what do they
coruiit? The burning of Augusta; tho sack
ing of Marion and the commission of acts of
dastardly outlawry upon its men, women and
c'.ildrcn; the plundering of Lcwiiburg and
the burning of its chief buildings ; tho partial
destruction of Hamburg, "Warren and Mon
i.ctllo, and tho robbery and murder of many
cf their citizens; tho reign of blood aud terror
ir, lVrry county, whero unoffending citizens
were shot down in tho highways, or taken
fr -nn their homes and hanged to tho nearest
frit trees. Murder, robbery, arrort, acts of
fiendish vindlctlveness every" crime which
sivago brutality could conceive aud commit,
enter into tho lists of tho crime Justly charge
able to tho "loyalty" of Arkansas. Every
where tho d.rost alarm and consternation prevail-
d ; tho law was set at naught) and the
g'utted vengeance "'d 'u,t,i f tno savage
blanks formed the only limit they vrero gov
Thu people petitioned for relief, it is true,
but their voice was stilled, and tho carnival of
blood continued. AVeeks passed, and tlnally
tho accumulated horror of "loyal" domina
tion became too damnable to longer "white
wash up, or palliate by alleged "rebel" ag
gravation. Finally a loyal agent was dis
patched thither to inquire, if "our friends" had
not somewhat ovonlono tho tiling. A mom
bor of general Grant's statl' was chosen, nnd
proceeded to tho investigation. All ho learned
to tho damning dlsgraco of Clayton and this
bund of black savages, of tho other murder
ing, tlifoyiryr. horde,' who ravaged that jtulu
and strilck terror to tho hearts of its'people,
may never bo known. Tho proof of bloody
excesses, of crimes disgraceful to civilization,
wore too polpablo to suppress or ignoro, so it
goes forth to tlio world that "tho negro militia
Imvo been guilty of oxcosses; thnt union men
regretted that they had been callod out, nnd
that officer of tho nruiy opposed it at the
start." And this, with Varnished details, is
all ! Tlicro U no demand that tho black
fiends whoso hands aro stained- iii tho blood
of jmiocent white men ami women, shall bo
shot or hanged I Thoro is no suggestion that
tho houses burned and property destroyed
without mccuso pr justification; shall, bo paid
fori'" Nothing of this. Tho blacks did
wrong; thoirwhito instigators acted from Im
proper motive)!, nnd tho era of blood, fire and
slaughter they Inaugurated, must ccaso I Thus
is tho blood of slaughtered Innocents avenged;
'thus aro tho blackost crimes that mark tho
history of "reconstruction," reprimanded and
Klvo libraries in this country contain each
over 100,000 volumes, of which threo aro In
iloston and Cambridge. Huston public li
brary contains 1-15,000 volumes, and tho li
brary of congrcm, 175,000. Tlio others aro
tho Astor, Harvard 'Ool'ogo und Uoston
MATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION
THE WORD "WHITE."
Tlio 'Southern Illinois Toachor' contains a
full report of tho proceedings oT tho last ses
sion of tho State Teachers Association, hold
at Peoria. Uclow wo publish tho resolutions.
It will bo seen that tho teachers
havo n hostility to tho word "white." and ro
commend that it bo stricken from tho school
laws of tho stato. Tho teachers nro certainly
less interested in this question than tho whito
parents of tho white children thoy now teach
in ho publio schools, and it "would bo well If
Jthoy should keep their meddlesome hands from
this troublcs6moqucsilon of politics. Teachers,
as a general rule, aro as Ignorant of politics as
preachers, nnd thoy should endeavor to hold,
their stato councils, from which it is possible
good results may grow, without interfering
with tho mischief-making negro question.
Tho resolutions aro as follows :
Resolved, That tho changes In tho school
law recommended in the letter of Hon. New-
. Tlndmtnn C M .... -1 . I .twin .1 1 nC Ptlltllf. tn.
atruction tj this "body, nrc hereby npproved ;
nnd the samo nrc respectfully urged nponthe
nttention of the next General Assembly.
TJicso changes arc as follows: TJuitn per
missive and enabling act be passed authoriz
ing tlie Hoard of Supervisors or County
Courts, to appropriate funds or levy taxes to
establish and maintain County "Normal
bchools ; that directors lw authorized to iiay
teachers monthly, and that the word "white"
be stricken from tho school law.
Resolved, That it Is the deliberate opinion
of the association, that thu establishment of
the National Department or education was a
wise nnd necessary measure of public duty,
and that tho pennaturo abrogation of said
Department, nfter tho short and wholly In
Bulllcicnt trial of its power nnd usefulness,
must nnd will be greatly deplored by every
intelligent friend of education.
Resolved, That copies of the foregoing
resolutions be sent 'to our Senators nnd Re
presentatives In Congress, with our earnest
nnd respectful request that they uso tficir in
fluence to secure the renewal of the appro
priation for said department
Resolved, Thnt this association tako Just
pride In tho Normal University or this Stale
for tho noblo work It Is doing in tho training
of teachers; that they recognize and acknowl
edge the eminent scrviceaof iu President
and his coadjutors in the cause of popular
Resolved, That the association return
thanks to tho Executive, committee for their
services In prepurlng the excellent pro
gramme or this meeting; also that they re
turn thanks to those persons who have pre
sented addresses und papers, and to the om
ccrs of the association.
Resolved, That tho thanks of the Asso
ciation arc hereby tendered to the Council of
tho cltv of Peoria, for the use of Rouse's
Opom Hall ; to thu City Board of Education,
for tho uscofthe school building ; to Prof A.
J. Cole, for the ueof tho hall or his Com
mercial University; to the local committee
of anangemcnts, to the reporters of the press,
to the hospitable peoploof Peoria, and to the
ofllccrs of the several railroads, for tho lib
eral reduction in faro to tho members of
this Association. , . .
Resolved, That in view of tho alarming
prevalence of Juvenile depravity aud crime,
esikecially In tho large towns and cities of
ourStiite, and the wholly inadequate menna
provided by law for tho reclamation nnd re
formation of young ollenders, we respectfully
urge upon the executive and legislative au
thorities the absolute ncccs-slty; of putting
Into Immediate operation the net of the lost
general assembly establishing a Stato Reform
School. , ,
Resolved, That this Association regard
tlio work laid out for the Illinois Industrial
University us being in full harmony with,
the purposes of educational labor; that they
have the fullest confidence In its regent, Dr.
J. M. Grcgorv, as an educator whoso long ex
perience, learning, an high ability espe
cially lit him to carry into successful oppra
tlon this broad nnd liberal enterprise.
A controversy between Missouri and Ken
tucky concerning tho ownership of "Wolf
Island Is still going on. It will como before'
tl.o supremo court of the United States in a
few days, when, it is believed, tho right of
sovereignty thereto will bo tlnally decided.
Stanberry represents Kentucky. '
This controversy dates its commencement
back to about th'o year 1830. It claimed tho
attention of Clay and Crittenden in tho U.
H. senate, and has involved an oxpendiluro'of
money exceeding tho cash valuo of the Island
one hundred per cent, .. . (
A process for giving age to whisky has
been patented. Tho unduo ago is, given by
forcing a current of air through tho liquid,
tho action of evory hour equaling tho usual
operation of threo months time. Iu twenty
four hours, then, six-year-old whisky may bo
This thing of expending wind upon whisky
may bo tho vory thing. If it is, tlio present
radical congress could render an ocean of it
old as Mcthusaleh during a single session.
A Rocky Mountain , paper, publishes an
obituary notice of tho famous "Jim," chief of
the "Wiishoo Indians, who died recently. Jim
seems to havo possessed mauyvirtucs, IIo is
said to havo be$n n good, though very dirty
red man. Ho possessed n woll balanced head
of hair, and stomach ouough for all ho could
get to cut. Hisregardfor truth wns notable -
up never meuuicu wiiu ii. no leu no win,
and his estate, consisting of u pair of boots,
will havo to bo settled by
o bo settled by his hoirs through
ti'of a gamo of '"old sleagoV Aftor
life's fitful "fever nndnguc," Jim sleeps
From tlioSt. I.oiiIh Ittpulillenn.J
A young lady of Alton having purchased
ono of "Stein way's, pianos," rocolvod on Now
Year's day 249 calls, and played for her
gunsts "Up nnd Down on tho Kbony"
Kunklo llros'. great sensation pieco 248
time, and to her luU visitor said sho liked tho
plcco so well that she could play it 210 times
Quito an adroit way of advertising Stoin
wnv'i" pianos and Kunklo's now music.
Special Corrpiponileiice of tho Ciiro 'llullctln'.
Tlio Inauguration. Oovc-rnor Palmer on
Stato Klghti. DUplcnsure of tlio Kadi
cut. Specimen of tlio Sinn the Ktitcrnl
! Mmlu of. Tlio IjlcuU'iiiui-(Jii vcmor.
IIU Wutcr Work In Ooo.l Orilcr. Tlie
Ilimliicm of tho General Ameinlil)-. I.eg
lilntlon for Cairo.
Springnrlri, January 11th, IS')').
To-day tho governor nnd Heut. governor
elect wero formally inaugurutod. Tho two
mllitnry hordes wero cicortod to the stato
houso by a squad of boys in flannel breeches,
who had been invited to do tho "body guard-'
duty, and thoroby lend a military appearance
to tho ufTuIr.
Tho inaugural nddresso of gov. Palmer
fell liko a burning brand among tho radicals.
A rcpublfcan talking itites rights smal
ters loo strongly of democracy to betolornted.
Frco expressions of disapprobation aro mado
by prominent radicals, while dcrriCfCfals ro
cognizo tho leaven of puro political principles
in many of his expressions, upon tins sub
ject I givo you an extract from tho inaugural
Now that the war is ended, nnd ail its pro
per objects uttained, tho publio welfare de
mands a recurrence to tlie true principles
that underliro our system of government,
and ono of tho best established and most dis
tinctly recognized of theso l, that tho federal
government is ono of.onumcratcd powers. It
Is ono of tho enumerated powers ol the federal
government to regulate commerce among the
icve-al states', and from this grant of power
an attempt is mado to infer that of creating
corporations with tho power to enter any of
tho states tuko private yroparty as for publio
uso, and prosccuto every corporate enter
prise, regardless of state authority. Tlio cor
rectness of this inferenco is not admitted, but
If it was conceded to bo Just, in view of tho
embarrassments it would create, the power
Ought not to bo exercised. Such cor;orations
Would embarrass the operations of thoso al
ready created by tho states, thoy would bo ex
empt from taxation by stato authority in
short, tho stato would have no power, by tax
ation or otherwise, to retard, impede, burthen,
Or iu any manner control the oporutions of
such incorporations. It is essential to tho
usefulness of the state governments that their
just authority ohould bo respected by that of
tho nation. Already tho authority of tho
states is in a measure paralyzed by u growing
conviction that nil their ;owcrs aro in some
sens" derivatlvn and subordinate, and not
original and independent. The stato govern
ments nro a part of tho American system of
government. Thoy fill a well defined place,
and their lust authority must bo respected by
the federal government, if it is expected that
their laws will bo obeyed. ''A frequent re
currence to the fundamental principles of gov
ernment is essential to civil liberty,'' and in
this view I have thought it proper to invito
your attention to these subjects.
It Is tiio clear duty of tho national govern
ment to decline tho exercise of all doubtful
powers when the neglect to do so would bo
to briuir into tho fields of legislation alrerfdv
occupied by tho states, and thereby raising
embarrassing questions, and presenting a sin
gular nnu dangerous Instance ot two jurisdic
tions claiming tho right to control tlio same
clas of subjects, and creating rival corpora
tions with different powers. Argument may
bo found for tho exercise of this class of powers
by com;roi, but they aro greatly overbal
anced by the evils it would produce.
That tho federal government Is ono of
cnumcratod powers Is so variant from tlio
heresies of tho radical party that among tho
ultra men of thnt party, such sentiments find
little favor. Tho Impression prevails that
the now governor tech under no obligations
to cmbraco the fanatical doetrinoi of tho domi
nant party. An old lino democrat, he returns
to his early political lovo. How his ndnilnls- ,
tratlon will tally with the foregoing expres
sion remains to bo seen.
"Tho hero of Belmont," as the radicals do- j
light to call tho lieutenant govornor olecti
upon assuming the chair as prosiding ofilccr
of tho senate, nmldst weeping and walling,
delivered hlmiolf of a short speech, iu tho
preparation of which, report says, ho. lias
spent hU leisure hours sinco tho election. Iitj
was "spread eagle," and ho wept. His wa
tor-works were good hotter train his meta
phors, as you will readily obsvrvo by tho fol
lowing brief extract : J
"Gontlomon, in conclusion, allow mo to ox
pros mv fondest hopes that order and friend
ship wjil prevail in your councils j that tho
business of legislation will progress without
unneccossary delay; that through our united
oxortions tho expectations of our peoplomuy
be realized, and that tlio result of your delib
erations may provo superlatively beneficial
to the best interests of tho stato. j
That you will bo guided by Heaven's pa
tnrnal hand, and led by that star of freedom,
tho advent of wiif)t proclaimed universal
emancipation, pierced with its bright rays tho
chaos of ages, aroused u slumbering world,
prouii'sod u now era to our nevf and' -molted-tho
manacles thnt bound In Uvury four mil
lions of souls. Thus guided and k-d, may
you bo enabled, through the medium of just)
and equal laws, to do something in securing
inviolato tho rights of man, mid pnrdoiu mo,
If 1 add, lovely, angeRo woman, too, "Blessed
n wo havo bcon by tho administration of tho
outgoing governor, mid as wo i-hatl o by tho
Incoming one, men whoso tried patriotism In
tlio field nnd wisdom iu tho cabinet ucknowl(
edges no superiors, wo may Indulge in tho
brightest hopes for tho futuro' of 5u state.
And when we hnvo performed the noblo task
assigned ns" hero by a confiding constituency,
nnd retired to tho society from whonco wo
came, may you nnd eneh of you receive from
tho hearts and ll)i3 of that constituency, this,
more than pleasing salutation : '"Wi'll done,
thou good and faithful servant.' "
"Tho slur of freedom" is good, -Ifis of
faqw constellation, which the piercing oyo of
this sago of Union county has just poored out.
Tho rays nrnduco inteno heat nnd light. Ac
cording to tho lieutonant governor, ,it yont.
tiirougn tno "onaos oi ages n a rusn, in
dited emancipation proclamations, awoko
everybody in tho midst of their nap, and than,
went into an oxtonsivo forging business. Who
'ovor hoard of the rays of one star d6i-ig such
a heavy business? Tho state of IlltuoH has
had a Bross, und has a Dougherty. If tho
"Sierra Nevada" had tho flrst, and Union
county tho second, it would havo been no
source of regret.
Tho business of tho general assembly has
not, ns yet, fairly begun. But few measures
of local concern to Cairo hnvo been intro
duced. Chief among thorn nro tho amend
ments to tlio city chnrtor, and an net to abol
ish tho court of common pleas. Tho latter
has already passed the senate, and been re
ported to tho house. It will undoubtedly
pass, ns no effort soem3 to bo organized to
prevent it. Thoso of your cltizoiii who seek
to prnctiso economy should rcsuscltnto tho
"metropolitan pollco bill." That would bo a
saving of money, whilo this is not, und would
manifest less disregnru for tho rights and
wishes of tho pooplo than tho other. Thoso
who, by wanton misrepresentations, induced
citizenr tdtIgn'lho"pctition, had better sell
.put, body and soul, to tlio radicals. Thoy
havo been playing into their hnnds for many
months, ns tho pcoplo will find out in dun
time some of them trying to rido Into ofllco
on a "hobby" of their own invention. It is
loudly tnlkcd of that tho metropolitan police
bill will pass at this session. Thoso of tho
democratic party who vory recently becamo
painfully economical on the subject of tho
court of common pleas should favor it by all
means. In my next tho subject of railroads
will bo touched upon. X.-
Ci TATE OF ILLINOIS,!
O Alexander County,
In tho Circuit Court of AIuimi'It countr, Illinois
April Term, lsw.
William II. Schuttrr v. Michuel Hewctt In Attaeh
meal. Prmanil iW 61.
otico Is licrehv eircn to you, th sM Michael
llowclt, tti.it a writ of attAchmcat lia been mcil out of
Dm oTlce of the clerk of the circuit court of said coun
ty of Alfiarvler, ut the unit or tlio isiil Wllllnrn Schnt
ter, ami ni;mit tlio ;tiiic of you, thu aM Michael
Ucwutt, fur lx hundred and liftv-nvo nad OMuO ilol
Ur, directed to tho ohcritt of suld county to oic ult,
which aiil writhn In-ea returned hy raid Bheriff en
dorsed, "No property found of defenifmit'ii; ocried on
Jibuti LvhiiltiK uig.irniidioo; defendant not found."
Nowunle you, thnoald Michael Hewett, shall per
sonally lio onu nppcar before the circuit enurt of raid
county on the first dur of thu next term thereof, to l
liolilcu in tho city of Cairo, in miM county, on tho tlmt
Monday in tho month of April n.eit,givo ipeclnl Ixtll
ami plead to Mid action, Judgment will l entered
ntfilnM jfou in favor of tlio mild ptalntllfnnd tho prop
erty attached sold to wit Is fr Ihopamn wlthcoM.
JOHN Q. II AliM AN, Cleric.
Culrn, llllnol, January IS, lkOO.
1. 1'. Duller, PlalntlfTa Attorney. JanlldSw
STATE OF ILLINOIS,
Alexander County, '
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illinois
April Term, 1SIV.
William 11.1'ureellniidOllbeil II. Greely, partners etc.
doinK businf under tlio tlrmnamo or "l'ureell
(I reclv." r.. Li.iid A.llumon In Athtchmcnt. De
mand 3113 00.
Notleo 1 herebv given to you, tho raid Dnvld A. Hun
ton, tliat a writ of attachment h.M ben medotitof the
oltleo of tho clerk of tho circuit court of nald Alexander
rounty. at the Milt of the raid l'ureell A Orcely, and
AKaint thee!:ilfof you, the -ld DaTld A. Ilunlon, for
one Jmndr.-I and thirteen dollar, directed to tho
heritf of wld rounty to execute, which eald writ hai
been returned by said iheritt execuU I.
Now union you, the iild Uariii A. llunton, nhall per
sonally Im and appear before the eln'iiit court of ahl
county on tho lirat day of the next lorni thvroof, la bo
hohlen In thnclty of Cairo, Inrald county, on the nrt
Monilay In tho month of April next, kIto upecial ball
and plead to aid action, judgment will Th entered
nKaint you In favor of tho aald plaintltr nnd tho prop
erty attached old toiatufy tlio-tm" witheoata.
JOHN q. HAKMAN, Clerk.
Cairo, lllinoU, January 13, IWaJ.
Allen, Webb Si liuller, I'lalntlrt's Attorneys,
11TY NATIONAL 1JANK.
IV. 1. IIAl.l.ID VV, Preahtciiti
A. 11. SAKKOltU, Ca.Mrri
AVA1.TKR IIVSLOI', Asalataut Cnalilvr.
S. TATTS TAVI.OIt, I W. P, 1IAI.I.1DAV,
.COTT WIIITK, ItOT. H.X-UNNINallAM,
(KU.I). WILLIAMSON, I.Vl'Ll'llL'N IIIUH,
A. II. SAK1-OHU.
Kxcliniigp,- I'nln, nnd United Slates Uontls
Uouglit mitt Sold.
'prpoHita RectiieJ, and a General RanVmg
dw-U'CSdlf- - --
. GAS FITTERS.
U. F. VEAOKU &. CO.,
Jlaviui; purulnued theontiro utool: end fixture of
Aug, ivorBUiejer, aro preporeu to uo nu uimn oi
C ris"n h d S t'o a in T 1 1 1 n g
In a neat nnd workmanlike uuuner. Wo'aro also pre
pared in repair ull kmdM of Hut tlxttiroK, ami by our
urtwount tiruiixinu anil L'llilinit niako them in every
particular ihkoimI ut new, Thoie, having mteh tlx
ture, will pleao givo iu a call xatlnfuolinn Kimrun-'
teed in nil ewes.
K. K. MUltltAV.
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING
QAltL L. THOMAS,
SK5X AND OUMKXTAL PAlXTKlt,
HHoii-ottth-east corner of Eighth street and Com
luerclal Avenuo (up btalm), '
n ' AMLVEMENTSr
Thl society mil celebrate Its frt iiuulversary by a
Brand ' '
Masijucnulo Hall, nt Wnshliigton Hull
Jlonduy Kyenlug, Jniiuury t)3, lfillO.
rOMMlTTKK OF A It n ANUK M liN'I'P.
II, MVKKItH, IV. AI.1IA,
XV. V. UEEUWAHT.
VI.00H MANAtlKltH.' '
O. FKUOUTKH, I.OIIIH IIIjATTAU,
V. UOUK, O. SCHVIi'l'Z.
milk CKNTltAL ELKVATOIt
X 1.1 NOW
Ilendy for Ilecelvliijr nil Kinds of Grain
From earn nnd delivering tho onmo cither In bags or
bulk on barsc.ior boat.
Tho Klcvntor Ik owned nnd will bo managed by tho
catno parties owning and managing tho Central Eleva
tor at Chicago.
All grain received by in will bo
Inspected and Grmlcd
lly an Inpoctor appointed by tl,i l.C. 11. U. Co. For .
Ih prcnent een'oti, Mr. J. If. llloomfleld, who hni
ncleil III thn name cauu.'ity diirinK the pnt xuminer nt
Dunlelth with no much iwitlnfaction toall pnrtie,wlll
bo tho Inepcclor.
All gram will bent tho owner's risk of damago from
firo And hcntlng.
HATES Of STOHACIK.
nccelvinRnnil delivering to bargej, grain In oooit nr-
iler, Including utorago not to exceed I0duy, two
Cents per IiukIicI.
fitorago for each additional fi.o day., or part thereof,
one-half c.entpor buhel. , i
Itecelvingnnd delivering tolre, "tinaound" grain
Including l(mt not exceeding flvo day.", two cent."
Blorago foreicry additional live day, or part thereof,
.one cent per bushel. ,
llagging and tying Uigx, one-hnlf cent per buoliel.
llnuging nnd newlng bags, ono cent per btuhol.
Wo purno-e t confine ottwehe etrlctly to thoator
ago of grain. J. .1 K. IlUCKINOHAM.
ralroVIIL. .Ian. I. lon. lanlldlw
llllR Mudily, 1111-
nola ana 1'ittauurn
All coal weighed. Term", enfli on delivery. Deliv
ered free to all patt of the i lly. Yard and olllco,
Commercial Avenue, lletvveen Tenth nnU
(Late coal yurd of McPonald A Priet,)
lanlldlf CA1IIO, II.I..
niOK KVUKYTIIINO IN
T l l n BOOK XjIKTU
No. 100 COMWKnotiL Avrxuc.
JSq'EW AUHIVALSJ NEW AKKlVALd
CIIHISTM AS AXI SEW YEAlt'S (70I
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! .
122 C'oiiimcrt'lul Avenue,
Inform tho citUemi of Culm nnd vlolnlly that ho ha
on hand ono of tho lnrgot and I'.'! aborted titoulc of
Dry (.'oods, Fniify floods and Notions,
In Hotithrrn l(!incl., wild h lienlli-rs nt price.i that will
Wo will celt Prints forln't tir.mds at from..8 to VJK
Yanlwidi) Hleoclird Muliu At tt'l
Heavy yard widu Wheeling nt - . , IX,
All-wool Mannel at 'no
Vliitalilanki (H,r inlr, nt tl JO
I.ark'u mw all-wool doiiblo hliml ut....-... i 3 -Nh
ulylo I. idles' Clnnkt at 1 Wand upward
flood I.ineynt - 9J
Elegant and very heay cliaiigeuble nnd Mg- ' '
url l'oplin,pr yard, from ,'... ...aMo-Mc,
Silk I'oplltM nt m TVi
(iood ynrd-widu Merino nt , W
A largo atortment of ' 1
llliuk ami Colored Alpacas at rents
Ami nmneroni other M)!c of Iirem Oooila cone'
All-linen Handkerchief nt.
All-linen Toweling, ynnl, nt
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I i :
t 1 !.' V
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irmu i.inen, yarn wme,,
All-wool Bieki , ,
Ladle' Merino Hiwo
'MeriDk I'uilerhirtK and lnuTff
, AUo, u )aio itKwirtmeut of , i
X'nxxoy (S-ooda, '
r. a npi' ii i i - ' '
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Alrxniuler Kill tJlovv ,
Kri'licli Coraut ., , 1 00.
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( Ami all other Gan-li eorreiowllnyhj W,
It Is thereforo (n Cl(9 Interest of very person hnyuiE
122 ;iiiinerc!iii. Avenue,
lloforo buying uliowliero, a liwnoy luvod U inouc;
Thankful for tho liberal patronage lierotofnro ex
tended to uk, e hope to nwolvn tho initio in fntur.
JpillNTlNd, OF ALL KINDS,
it the Olllco of tho Cairo UulloUa,