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OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNT!' AND CITlf
11ML110AD LEG1SLATI0X SENATOR
Tho leglslnluro id Indulging in n kind of
legislation which may lend to conscquonces
of tho most dcplornblo kind. Tho senate has
pancd a hill restricting passenger foes on
railroads in Illinois to throo cents a mile.
WhvTQ did tho senate ohtuln its Authority for
t! U exorcise of power? If Hint body can lo
yally say to tho Illinois Central rnilroad:
You shall not chargo more ha threo cents
it milo passenger fare," may it not also say to
tho dealer in dry-goods: "You shall not
chirgo more than thrco cents a yard fir mus
lin? ' "Vo cannot seo why the legislature hn
net tt much right to regulrto tho prico of
i..ulin ns the prico of railroad feru. JJut, it
r y ho and is said, that railroads nro inonop-tlic-s.
Vt'o do not hellovo tlero Is much truth
! this "put" assertion. Anybody may build
a rnilroad who ha tho deslro and tho mean
t do soj and whenever any railroad imposes
upon tho public opposition to it will inevlt-
n'h spring up, and out of this opposition
will grow competition. litit adopt tho rulo
that tho legislature may fix tho prieo of rail
road fares and freights and competition will
never rnl its head j no new rond will M
lu!lt, and all the roads now being operated
in -parselyottled communities, whero there
i i'. t much travel, will languish, and many
f thf in die. To Soutlnrn Illinois and its
railroad antielpations this law is a heavy
1 ;..w. It will drive uway from us capitalists
who arc rwidy to invest tlioir money in ur
rallrond enterprises. It will check the growth
of Cairo, und jiut us back flvo year. Any
person who can understand that two and two
are equal to four, can see at a glnnco that the
law wo uro spunking of is ut onco foolish and
destructive of tho public wenl, And yet sena
tor Munn, in whoio good sense wo had confi
dence, worked and voted' for It I On what
jUfrtitlcntion he hut founded his hopes of en
dorsement by his constituents wo do not
know ; but wu do know that if tnoy nro wiso
an! understand their true interests they will
Ut tho senator know that ho hns earned their
displeasure, and that it his duty to undo, if
)0slble, the bad work ho has helped accom
plish in running after tho foolish rnilroad
hobby of tho enthusiastic but unballasted Sen
ntor Fuller, who is fuller of energy than
seme, and contains very little of either.
the u'oitii"vnirEnfovn school
Tho teachers of Illinois, intelligent men
from all tho walks of life, nro taking hold of
the subject of popular education. A healthy
sympathy and ell'ort hus been awakened
among tho masses, und tlio-o nro being en
couraged and strengthened by tho pros., both
religious and secular.
Taking at its true value the power of asso
ciated elfort, tho teachers, prominent educn
c.V.ors and school otilcers, luivo organized a
Stnto Teachers' Association, which is now In
thorough und effective working order. It
embraces tho I -est talent in tho state, and
scores of earnest men whoso practical knowl
edge in educational matters is tho harvest of
many years' experience. Professors from
ourcrdlegos, principals of our leading public'
schools, editors of our educational journals,
county suporlntondeijUjMnd men, of talent
(llling obscurer stations in life, stand tin! tod
In this teachers' association, having for their
avQVtil landmark tho elevation of our edu
cational standard, tho improvement of our'
public school systom, and tho provision of
suoh other measure us may bcrvo1 to render
tho stato distingukjiod forhorcommon schools
and institutions of learning ns slio is, or mny
be, fur hor wealth and commorce.
From tho hand of this association wo ex
pected much. It may cflect all tho reasonable
ends it aims' nt, 1.0 long us it continues to in
fcplro tho eoiWldeneo of tho pcoplopind this
it fill do, so long as it holds itself within its
legitimate sphere. When, however, It con
col vm a participation in politics to bo n part
of its mission, it will lose tho respect of Ihu,
people, impedo (ho cause of education by di
viding and detracting its friends, and call
upon itself the contempt of all men who seri
ously have at heart tho good of tho, rlsjpg
feneration. 1 -
"Wo venture theso words of warning- lie-j
cause wo ee, even ntthU early day, nn'otmrt
to plant th6 germ of destruction "within' tho
Lodyyf the-,uooiatiun. At-tho roocnt iftcot-
iug in I'corin tlio. unlets and mischievous' re'-'
commendation that tho word "white" lo
stricken from ourfchoql law was .indorsed by
a very decided majority of tho members. Tho
feeling exeitwl by that ."political firebrand,"
(for such In truth it is) was intense,. und be-,
tokened u storm that will tear tho organiza
tion into houilo fuetlons, or blot it from exis
tence, if persovorlngly persisted in. Tho
minority failed to .represent tho prevailing
public sentiment jf thoy aid nqt jvnrnily,
oron vehemently protct. Tho subject ii 'of
aalisturtilng und perplexing character, own
In tho Mjlitical arena, whero It belongs.
Among tho teaeliers of ourr sehoojj nnd tho
profefcoVsbf oitr-'collcges; tor whosb eftA
tup Guupntion ot 1110 wnite eniiurcn of tho'
stato has beet) commIttcd,,it will form "bono
ot'contentlon" from which no good rnn pos
sipiy Oomo, Urtless lmt.good can bo found in
tho utter demoralization or destruction of an'
organization moved by such illegitimate pur
poses. An honest concern for tho wolfaro of the
colored children is not chargeable with tho
introduction of this disturbing quostiqn to
tho consideration of tho association. Wot
tho word "whlto" from ovory school law m
tho land, and tho net will resulting increaso
of'tho prnctlcal rights and privileges of ho
blacks. It will build no school houses for
tho. black children It will n6t lessen thorc
pugnanco felt for a closer intimacy with
them. On tho contrary it will widen- tlio
breach between tho races, already iido
enough, God knows. Public sontiment will
not bo changed, and wo care not if tho
word "whito" becomo obsolete, no black chil
dren will moot in school on equal terms with
tho whlto, whero tho provaillng sentiment is
hostile or averse to such a mixture. "Why,
then, was tho suggestion indorsed by tho
Teachers' Association? If its advocates had
suggested soma fcnslblo plan for the educa
tion of tho blacks, no reasonable rnan'u senso
of propriety would have been ontraged. Tho
suggestion would havo secured tho commen
dation of all. Hut no, such an end did not
seem to be in contemplation; tho word
"whito" had an obnoxious signification with
tho radical portion of tho association, givon
it by tho political teachings that had shnped
thefr sympathies nnd controlled their votes.
"VVfl tell theso teachers, now. nnd onco for
all,, tlpjt (thcy aro, treading upon dangerous
ground 'that persistcneo in the courso indica
ted by them will bring upon their associa
tion the condemnation of both democrats and
radicals who would havo It work out its truo
mission; and that it will bo tho part of wis
dom to cjchow not only this but ovcry othor
subject Jhat partake of tho nature of ques
tions now dividing tho two political parties,
poly u fow years sinto Illinois decided by
over 150,000 1 majority that negroes should
riot vote or hold otllco in tho state. "What,
think you, would bo tho vordlct of tho samo
people" upon tho question as to whether tho
children of this satno raco should mlnglo
on equul ter;ns with their own offspring in
bur schools and colleges I They would rebuke
tho degrading proposition In a majority of
Educate tho blacks, sny wo; but educato
them in schools of their own. Intelligent
public sentiment Is favorubie U this, and will
not bo changed if the word "whito" bo strick
en from ail our books and fall into utter dls-
COKOJIESSIOXAL. . .
Collate! from our latm Tflfgram.J
Ilnytl mill 81. Domingo. (
Tho only thing of IntorcU in congress on
"Vodneday, was tho elaborate discussion in
tho lioiuo of tho joint resolution to extend a
protectorate over tho islands of St. Domingo
and-llayti. Mr. Hanks, chairman of tho com
mittee on foreign ufTnirs, by ,woy of sustain
ing It, announced, lie said, on official author
itv, that these islands had usked tho protec
tion of tho government. In tho courso of de
bute, mr. 15 rooks and mr, Itobimon, of New
York, desired that Ireland should bo included,
for they believed that nine-tenths of tho peo
ple of that country wanted tho protection of
tliis government. This had the effect to ridi
cule tho matter, whilo mr.Spaulding,of Ohio,
ar.d others insisted that tho joint resolution
virtually transferred tho war-making power
from congress to tho executive. Tho protect
orate resolution was thus defeated by tho un
expected largo majority of 3C for to 122
l)liKiilciI with Alatk.
The houio seems thoroughly.dUgustcd wjth
tho Alaska purolinse. On Wednesday a long
bill agreed on by tho committee on territories
forii territorial government over Alaska caiuo
up, nnd n brief dobato followed, in which the
opinion was expressed in favor of a military
government instead of a civil quo In that ter
ritory, on tho ground that tb latter would
involvo too much cxpcnsc-in the way of a del
egate, assembly, etc. Tho houfo then killed
tho territorial hill by such a largo voto that a
division by tally ws not .called for by its foes
Tliu IjiiiiiKiirntlou Hull.
Consldontblo feeling is evinced among $ho
republican membors at tho action of tho sen
ate yesterduy, in refusing to concur' with tho
liouso in granting tho use of tho hall of tho
capital fur nu. inaugural, ball. Tho declara
tion Is openly mado tlfnt senators inimical to
general Grant dofoated tho proposition. Tho
knowing say tho ball will hnvo to bo aban
doned, as there is no other pluco in tho town
to hold it.
THE STA TE SPJWQL FOR IDIOTS,
Tho repo'rfs bf tho supervising manager of
the stato school for idiots und feoblu minded
persons, havo been submitted to tho general
assembly, and express the utippet confidence
in tho ultimate success of this humano insti
tution. Although it still maintains tho char
acter of an experiment, it has grown largely
in tho esteem of all who aro-fumiliar with its
Tho manage-1! stato that' tho improvement'
in mental and nnd physical condition of all
tho children is noticeable, nnd that sanguine,
hopeful viows should b NonJcjtalzod of con
sidorablo usoful rosults. Tlioy mako n pow
erful appeal for aid, and conclude witli a do
tailed statement of tho condition of tho
school." Thor'o h'avo'boe'nUwo'htindr'cd'an
twenty-one applications for admission, of
tnesu elghteon irom neignoonng states; ono
1 1 . - 1 1 it.1.l.. .....Ik. I . s
uunureu ami iiuriy-unu lumua miu iiiiil.iv ju.
males. Avorago ago 01 pupiu tjiirtccn years.
Tliero havo been sixty-nine pupils under in
struction tho past JMjij'"0"0 ,uiw" Ktyt
rtrs"' Ti fty"rwo"i nrn atos"1io w "rcniai nTluT
superintendent says C;cOV
Tha experiment has dovolopod tho fact that
all who havo boon placed under our system
of instruction, except tho small proportlcmi
dusmisscu for chroniu rttaoAsej otia:tii low re
mQYcd aftor a short period of trUJ, lnvo been
benefitted to a greater or less oxto'it by tho
labor bestowed upon thorn.
t Tho lowest grade of. papilo havo iniproYod
ip Ihoirhabits and manners ; arc inoro cleanly;
aro maro obedient 5 havo tnoro of a disposition
to obsorvo what is going on 'about them ; havo
becomo .ftuuiliar with, uud can porfovm tho
FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 15,
vnrious oxerciscs which have boon djvlsed for
developing n knowledge of form, sizo and
color, and aro much bettor nblo to Hi their at
tention thnn formerly.
PAUPERS OF ALEXANDER 'OUXTV.
A FEW TRUTHFUL FIOUhES.
Tho oxponso Incurred in tho cao of tho
paupers falling to tho chargo of Alexander
county forms a grievous burden. Vnrious ef
forts to lessen it havo been mado byour coun
ty court; and, nlthough that boly has cn-
join6d tho most scrupulous economy that
could bo exercised without outraging tho
claims of humanity, it has never yci fallen bo
low tho magnitude of a crippling bad for tho
shoulders of tho tax-payors.
.Scarcely a day passes that dcos not find
from ono to a half dozen applicants hi tho oDlco
of tho overseer of tho poor, appealing for
means to help them on toward tinir destina
tion, l'efuse these applications and tho ap
plicants becomo beggars among us, dr wander
penniless, almost naked and hungry in our
streets. It is therefore, nino timesoutof ten,
tlto wiser nnd more economical piun to fur
nish tho money required to provida theso pco
plo tho cheapest conveyance ott of town.
Hence, during tho year ending tho 1st inst.
overseer Howlcy has paid tho passage, in
wholo or in part, of 107 families, is follows:
to St. Louis 31 ; to Capo Girardeau 10; to
Now Orleans 9; to Louisville C; to Evans
vllio C; to Memphis 5; to Pnducah-t; to
Helena 3; to Cincinnati 3; to Contralto 3;
to Grand Tower 2; to Springfield !; to Nash
ville, Tcnn., 2; to Elizabcthtowi 2; to Me
tropolls 2 ; to Anna 2 ; to Pulasti 2 ; and to
other points 13.
.During tho samo period there vero 99 fami
lies assisted, some of theni by protracted care,
and some of them during thocntlro year.
Number of persons assisted, 291 : numbor
sent to St. Mary s Infirmary 102; discharged
therofrom 73 ; died therein 14 ; remaining in
Ingrmary Junuary 1st., 10.
An arrangement has been made, it will be
understood, between the county court and tho
sisters in charge of tho Infirmary, by which
tho lntter pay u regular per diem for tho food,
bedding, clothing, washing nnd medicines,
furnished each pauper placed in that institu
tion. Those who havo not informed them
selves as to tho cost of paupers under all
other plans tried, aro pronu to think tho pres
ent plan very expensive. A little investiga
tion will show that it is not only tho cheapest
but most satisfactory ono yet adopted. Tho
paupers aro kept in n cleanly condition, aro
furnished good beds, substantial, wcll-cookod
food, and receive first class medical attention
If, therefore, it cannot bo demonstrated that
there ii n cheaper Miiutlon for our pauper
problem, tho present should, by all menus,
A bill extending tho right of sufi'rngo to
females lias been introduced into tho Tonnes
sco legislature Should it pais tho negro
majority of ihatetato will 'subside' in double
A professorship of American history and
literature is to bo established at tho univer
sity of Heidelberg, and to bo offered to a dis
tinguished American scholar.
A m55ugu from tlio houso was received
announcing tho pasago of a joint resolution
that both houses adjourn to-morrow nt eleven
till next Tuesday, which wns concurred in.
Mr. Fort presented a resolution that ten
thousand copies of Gov. Palmer's inaugural
address be printed.
Mr. F.plor moved to make the number 25,
000, 5,000 to bo in German.
A long debate followed and a resolution
finally passed to print 15,000 copies In Eng
lish, 2,0uo in German and 1,000 in Scandina
vian, by tlQ casting voto of tho. speaker.
Mr. Woodson offered a resolution for tho
appointment of a joint committee to draft a
general incorporation law to cover mi prl
vato charters, which was adopted.
Tho following bills wero introduced:
Uy mr. Munn To amend tho a6t lncor-'
porating tlio Southeastern Railway company.
To amend tho act to locate, construct and
carry.on tlio southern pcnltentiurj'. '
By mr. Shephord To incorporate the lto
inuii Cutholl'.' churches and other institutions
of that church for religions nnd pducatlonal
By mr. Thicker To incorporate tlio Kvurw
ville and Southorn Illinois railroad company
To incorporate thoj Danville ami. vM.oltqn
By mr. Hnrlau For ho botto'r regulation
of tlio practice of niQdieluo and surgery.
Uv iur. Ward To amend an act' relating
totty-nd county debts, nnd'provido'fdr'tho'
Tho committee on corporation and inunii
dipnl nll'airs reported back favorably nunierv
ous bills among others : ' 1 ; . . Hh!v
Tho bill authorizing tho presidents and
trustees of incorporated towns to vlicato ulloys,
wus laid on tlio table.
! Mr. Lannlnc, of Menard, offered a resolu
tion for tho printing of 20,000 copies of tlio
I'overnot'ii inaugural in English and 5,000 rti';
German. ...1 P' ' "-' ' ' i
Mr. Fulton (democrat) oxtolledj tjiu inuu
gural, nnd especially that part of it relative
to state rights and praised warmly tho gov
oruor as a gallant Soldier covered with glory.
' Mr. Uurkc of Mjicoupln, agreed with him..
Mr. Vorios, of Shelby, said that nbtwith
utiiiKllnp what mr. Palmer's pat eourJa hud
U'OuV tho democrats would indorso-ovcry wonlT
of his message. , . , , ,
After much taikine on both sides as to tlio
position of gov. Palmer, und upiny rouiark J
by tlio uemoorats as 10 meir willingness to
to jusiuin him, .tliq.r&iuiuuon ya uUopjm,
"witlf an amendment providing for 2,O00 copies
in Scandinnviun and ,000, iu Preach. .
Air. lllnsiiiiiru offered a resolution that tho
standii g eonrmitteo on railroads b6 'Instructed
10 lnsoun oucn out incorporating, nyrai
road, or emending of iU chartor, a soctfoii su
jocting such rnilroad company to nil goi
laws now in force, or that may horcaftc
nut ml fn in miliiect. nfrailronds.
Mr. Taylor offered an amendment provid
ing that such restriction shnll bo applicable to
nllroads now constructed nnd In operation.
Tho jnattcr was postponed until Wednes
day. Tho following bills wore offorcd :
To rencnl tho act In relation to capital pun
ishment approved March, 18G7.
To incorpornto tho Dloomington nnd Ohio
To incorpornto tho Pann, Carlinvllle, Car
rolton and Clarksvillo llailroad company.
To protect agents, servants nnd omploycs of
railroad companies in tho state.
To regulate tho taxation of farming lands
for municipal purposes.
To nllow dummy or steam engines to bo
used on tho Chicago street railways on such
terms as tho common council may dctermino
To ennblo tho city of Chicago to cnlargo its
harbor, and grant all right, title and interest
of tho ttato in cortain land lying to tho cast of
To incorpornto a college of (Sclcctic medi
cine nnd surgfiry.
To empower certain rnilroad companies to
sell or lease their roads and franchises.
To all officers of tho lato western flotilla nnd
Mississippi squadron :
Gentlemen 1 Whilo tho societies of tho
"armies of tho Cumberland, Tonncs.epe, Ohio
and Georgia" havo becomo permanent insti
tutions bf tho country, no steps havo been
taken towards rounlting tho officers who
('rved with eaual distinction in tho naval
brunch of tho sorvico on tho western und
southern waters. It is proposed, therefore,
that a meeting 6f all such officers bo assem
bled nt tho cltvof Cairo. Illinois, on Thursday,
February 18. 18C9, for tho purposo of organ-
z nir the eoc ctvot tlio "Western iavy,- pre-
limitinrv to n ltiiiuI reunion lator in tho sDrlnr,
Ofilcors willing to co-oporato will pleaso signi
fy tlio samo lA-nuuresBing
Lato acting vol. lieut. U. S. N., LnSallo, 111.
Q.UEEN & GILBEHT,
Attorneys nud Counsellors at Lair,
Ppcclnl ationtlen glVen toAdmlrntty anitSlcsmto.it
ORlce an Ohio Lovm, lloams it and 4
UnlVtn KRViitlnn Uloek.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1
In tho Circuit Court or Alexander county, Illinois
Anril Term. ISO).
Willlaiii II. S)iutte r vn. Michael Hcwett-In MtwU
ment. Dtinaad Jtw til. . . . . . .
Notice la hereby cltcii lo you, tli Mid Jllchael
Ilew ptt, that a writ of altwhinenthu leu ilwl out u
ilionilk c uf the clerk of tho circuit court of calil conn
ty of Alciander, at the KUit of the tald William Hehilt-tt-r,
anil ugaliut the o.itiilo of you, tho ald Mlchaol
Hcwott, for ili hundred nud flfly-rtv and Cl.letf ilol
U, llrecte to the clieril! of ald county to exocute,
which ald writliA Wn returned by raid aherlircn
doncHl, "So proHrty fnund of ilefendimt'nl aerveil on
Jnrnb I.cliBlliK lug.imlaheo: dffulnJnilt not founil."
Now milcM you, tho cald Miclinol Ilcwctt, flinll per
oually ! nud aijnar before the circuit court of nid
county on tlio firm dav of tho next term thereof, to Ut
lul leu In the city of Cairo, In anid county, on the flmt
Monilayinthoinonthof Arril noxt.glvn ipeclal bull
and plcftil to Mid action, judgment will bu entcrttt
agaiuit you In furor of the aula lalntilt and the prop
erty attached old to Mtltfy tho .iino with cottli..
iTilfV'rt tlllitliv itl.
Cviro. lllinoUt January 1J. IM0.
Ullll. (. 11,. M.
h V. llutler, I'laintitTa Attorney.
QTATK OF ILLINOIS,
O Alexander County, j '
In tho Circuit Court of Alexander county, Illinois,
April Term, M.
William ILTurcell and flilttert II. Oreely,rt.irtner etc.
doinK IniaineHpt under thn firmr.amn of "lMircdli
Ureely." . D.ivid A. Uuutoii In Attachment. le
Notice ia hereby given to you, tlio raid Ihtvid A. Hun
ton, tliat a irritofnttaohmi'iitlta Ucn ailod nut of the
otllco of the clerk of tho circuit cuirt of ld Alexander
county. nt tho iut of llw l-oul I'lircell A Hreely, nnd
ax.uuittheeatateif you, thoaald Ihtvid A. Ilunton, for
one hundrixl and thirteen dollara. dlrtftotl to tlio
tdicrurof rani county to cjteetiU', which said writ ha
l-eeii rt'turiKwI UynxM hentf exteuteil.
Nou-unleaayou.tliva.kld D.irid A. Ilunton, ihall per
lon.diy Ih- iuid nmenr befnro the circu t court tifM
county on the llratiiHV of tho next term thereof, to Ut
holitcu Iu tlio rttv of O.tiro, in tutld county, on the flrat
Jlouduy Iu tho month of Aiiril next, gtvn apeclul ball
and plead to niM action, jinlL-wn'iit will U entered
aKHUi.t y.'ti in f.tvor of tho :ild pliuutiil und tho prop
erty nttiK'hc 1 old to natlfy tho wuno with nwtn.
' JOHN (j. IIAUMAN, Clerk.
C ilro, Illinois, January 13, lata.
Allen, Webb A Uutler, Ilalntltrs Attorney.
u. iv. vbAur.it ca vif.,
lluvlns purclmaed the. entire itoek mid dxturta.isf
AUgriCormeyt'r, aro iirepared lodu nil umda of
(i it s a it il S I 0 u iu Fit tint:
f n i..,.t nii.l wi.rhniitiililf . tiiiiniifr. W'n nro alio nre-
iur-1 lorei' iirnll kunl.t of cat natures ami by our;
jiri-iinof bi-oiiilnguiilKiliiinKiiiaKo iiicm in every,,
nartleuliir itt coca a iich. ijioo niviiii muiun
lures iu rh'n,e givou?nciu
att atlifaotion guaran-
v. r. Yi:.ni;it,n
p. k. Mtmuvv.
H'rsi in ins n v
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTING
QMUAu TIIOMM " '
SIGN AND OHNAMEJiTAL PAlNTEIi;
Mltott 9o'itl-cast rornf At Klghth street and Com
mt'rclal,AVv,tUo (uj talr),
ilec-Jlif . - -
AlltO OASINO. " ... . , - .
THrfcTetf,,w'rti ceic'bratblts'flrit'AmiiAUAVy i'y
grand ic . j. 'it i 'o...u '
Ma?tiuerfl4o. .Dull, at .Jtluirlou Hall
Jliinilny, EveiilK.. Jniutnx-y S3, 181IU.
COMMITTKK OF AWlAXUKltKNTiS
yrlopr. txn Aoerh.,'
O. Vr.UCHTEHi . SiOUSH SII.AT'VAU,
Uio Job I'rintina Oltlco of tha Cairo 'Bulktln' Uono
of llioiiiostuoinpletcOlhoes' Jil lllliioy, mid all tho
material befog nevr and ofi the lateat atylen, ivud onr
journeymen iriutera being lUubter of tlioir tradcy wu
.re enabled t? do
v XSUxxdsv of 'wbrlt,
From tltoUaintleBtetolM'riiAatlj 51 (cr,
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
THE GENTKAL ELEVATOll
Heady for Receiving nil Kinds of Gralu
Krom earn nnd dclltr-rinir tlio itamo either. In baits or
bulk on Imrjroitor Ixmt.
Tlio l-.iovnior i nwnen ami will ixi manancn ny ir.o
wmio imrtlds nwulnnnil nuiuiginK tho Central LIcto
tors nt Chicago.
All grain received by ui will bo
IiiHiicctcsI and Caiitdcd
lly nn Inspector nppointotl by tlio l.O. H. It. Co. For
tho iimciit en.oii. Mr. J. II. HlonmlU'lil. who lina
acteil In thos.miornprtcity durliiir the jnt Hummer n'
lainicimwiinfotiiuoa musiikiioii tonii panics, win
bo tho Inspector.
All K'nin win lib ii mo owner h riK oi tininagu irum
flro and heating.
KATES OK HTOHAGE.
lU'CoivlnRAnil dtllTerlnit to bnrgo, (trnln'ln Wott or-
uer, lucliiiltiiK Morngo nni to oxceen aumya, inn
t'nntM iter htntliel.
fitoroae for cwli nldl(ioiiAl live il.ij c, orpart thereof.
oiie-imir rent per uusnei.
inciuuilig aiorn;ououccciiiug UTUimys, muwui"
nor biiihel. . . L
Btorngn for every ivMUIonftl firo dayc, or rart thcrepi,
ono ceniper niiHiit'i.
Ruwliyj nnd tylnt bng, on-lmlf cent per buohel.'
lliwgiiiK anil Ncwing Kig, onoccnt per fimliel, ;
wo rmrpoo to comma our.eive mririij iu tim it;n-
aiso of grain. J. is. iiuwwiMHiA.-ti.
rnlro. III., .inn. 1. I"rai. laniimw
All eaxl weighed. TerniJ. cnab on delivery. iDcllr
eretl free to all faHa oCllio elty. Yard nnd otllco,
Commercial Avenue, JJcUvreu Tenth a nit
(W.o coal y ard ofMcbonftlilAPrfest,!
Innlldtf CA1KO, K.Ii. i
TlOit UVFUYTHING 1
nCJOCXl 2SOOXC TiTTtJ J3
MecSl'citf No. 100 CoHMtacut. Atisui.
W AUUIVALSl NEW AltUIVALS
CHI1IST.HA.S AM) XEW YEAK'S U00V2
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
1SS Contiiierclal Avenue,
Inform tho citizen of Culm ami vicinity that ha has
oil hand oue of llio largfat ,iud lmta.iriod atock of
Dry floods, Fancy (Joods and Xotloiis,
In Southern liliiioln, which houttuMut prices that will
We will veil Trint', forlieat hAniU, at from.S to lSVte -
Vardwiilollleoehed Milklln at 12c .
Heavy yard wide Wheeling at .... 19V
All-woid riaunet ut, ....... 3Ub .i.'
White lllankela per pair, nt.. 93 40
Imh alio alb wnol ilouble HlmnN at 4 23
New nlyle ladle' Cloak at S'l LOoiid upwartU
lUegant ami very heavy chAngeuble and tig- ,
ureil I'npliua.iivr sard, ftonu..... JJlot'K; '
Silk I'opllnJ au........:. ''7SB-
Ai)argeiM9tiniiof , i
Hliick ami Colored Alj)nca.s nt 25'.c'ciitj
' . ,', AND Ul'WAKl),! ''
i ' i .''
Antlnniiroiia other t)le of, Drei fieod corte
Poiidliudy low.' it ' ' " ''
All-llneu Handkcrchicfy at..,,
All-ljne.J Toweling r'ytird, at,.,..-.,,....,..,. , , tj,.
frf-). I L-a.i-.l M'i.l.a .
Laillea 'Merino Hoe ,
Jlcriua lliidcrslllrtsnnd Drattept
... .. , 500
lit I Uli'
Alao, a largo ortinent .ij
!"' (tit T
, tin !.. l
.did) m ;ti
t . Jifal-'-t". i
nil 'ii'i b
,1. i ii.i
...1 'i ,1,- VELVETS;
, ,,) . u FRIXOES,
., . . . t i MUTTUXS, Etc
Huuiiit Coiutta , lOf
o$yi fooV.i forrw(J'ni'.v low
Hih.tlu;fprotottt liiutretof every jtorHonltnylnir
' 1215 CoiumerVlul .lyviiue.'1
Ilefore buying lowhore,iw money saved U rnflney
'"flunVftil for the illwit patrniago liorelofore ox
tended to twt wo hupo (o VvH-;ve tle wiue in futr j( .
.li..!llISdir . Ii.BIiOM.
pbTw W all kinds,
At lf0 0co1of Jke Ciiiro ullUa,