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01TICIAL I'Al'EK 0FC00.VCVAS1) CITV
Mi'NN VS. Mi'NN, Oil MMj'T AT
VARIANCE WITH PJUCTWE.
Tuc tllsciiEsion ujon tlio merits of Fuller's
railroad bill betrayed senator Murm into an
expression of views Hint place blm in n very
awkward position before tbo people, if it do
not subject him to animadversions that striko
tit lils cbnractcr as an honest unpurcliasalilo
He voted in favor of Fuller' iniquitous
bill, although convinced of the disaster in
separable from its operation. Ho protested
that it would cripple and retard the railroad
cUtrpriei in which his constituents were
drply interested, yet ho voted for it. Ho
f.rt.-a.v, and bo expressed himself, thai it
V. ild operate to tho advantage of the rich
i and the oppreslon of the poor man, yet
i voted for it. Ho declared in his place in
t senat- that a murh bettor measuro might
I diverted; that it did not roach the class of
!o that complained of railroad "mono
nnl -extortion' yet ho voted for it I
f-ft'iltifyinfr, self-contrndictitig, inexplica
ble .Munn! What in tho name of common
scrnodo you mean'? Arguing in diametric
opposition to the m cam re, you take tho most
rife. live means within your reach to bring
'A. .it its adoption. "Wo will not attempt to
n unt for tho clash between your precept
a j pri''tic by charging ujwn you a mer-
ary 1a4tfiiuJ tpfton prostitutes the law
i i rj f tho lanUTfor wo do not believe that
i j hav.i rendered yourself subject to so grave
a', a filiation. We have, in truth, no solution
f r your rase, unless we And it in your pur
p e t 'iter upon n grand gamcof "pleaso
1 d.sj l-.-ne," for the sake of individual no
Wo append a few short extracts that tho
reader may seo .Munn against Munn, as ho
ti .ar in hi rofeoti Fuller's fare-regulating
rc.Iroad bill. He says:
I would ak, gentlemen, who arc tho men
v.Uj travel on Our railroads who composo
t..o IkxIv of passengers? Aro they the poorer
(lassM are they tho laboring classe aro
tl. y tu'' latU'i who raise the propucc of the
c untry are thev tho men who havo a few
1. ig hire, a few bushels of corn thuro, and a
few bushels of when I somewhere else, which
t .cy wih to send to market 7 No sir ! The
t. si who as a clas. travel on tho railroads
are men who are able to pay, not three cents
p r in i if, who Uo not question thu rate per
mile, with whom the question of fair is but u
I .i:it"ilf, who can pay thn-o cents, four cents,
cstx ci-nts per mile, uiid they aro not the
t s fr u whom this cry against railroads
t in tip. Tin- cry that meet, us Is from
tli o who send forward from every point in
t'.c country, tho piixlucu of the country 1"
Yet s-'iia.or Munn voted "aye" upon tho
pajageof this bill which is for tho advantago
of tho rich and troll-to-do railroad travelers
He continued :
' I buliuvo If this bill alone is passed, it will
I l c tur for the railroads and worse for the
Still 1). W. Munn voted "yo" on its pas
"Tho traveling public whom wo do not In
tend to reach (the rluh,) will reap the benefit
c "t! e ! w fare, and the railroad corporations
will rob that class of people who send forward
and pay freights, (tho oor) and in that way
n.ake up more, by far, than any ditl'crenco
they may tlnd in tho passenger rate wo may
Tho law would benefit tho rich traveler and
rob the poor farmer, yet Dan. Munn voted
'nyo ' on tho passage of the bill for it I
'1 tell you gentlemen,'' continued inr.
Munn, "that I nouoitly believe that it will
' it be for tho Interest of tho people of this
a'.at' to pun this bill separately I"
Yet mr. Munn voted "nyo when thu bill
v s put ujwii Its passage separately 1
'1 do not belioye that this bill is such a bill
a i i.ht to pas, although I shall vote for It I
I i! rt' t wih to be forced to place myself
i p in tin' record in support of a meaiuro which
I do not believe is tho IkM measure (hat we,
as s. nat'TS could provido!"
liellevlng tho bill to bo faulty, believing
that a better ono could bo matured, deprecat
ing tho idea of placing himself on tho record
In favor of a measuro that sought tho oppres
jl'in of tho poor man, yet I). VT. Munn voted
1 aye upon It when it was put upon its pas
sage. "There tire many in my district, J suppose
n maloritv. who aro trreatlv iutcrosteu in
roads nm'l desire to inaugurate a system of
ruilroatls greatly needed ror the uovoiopmont
cf tho true resources of that lKirtlon of tho
state. I bellovo that tho restrictions contain
ed In this bill will retard tho bulldingof these
ct senator Munn yolcd for tho pnssagoof
thu bill. He desired that it should bo coupled
with a bill rogulatlng tho rate of freights, but
voted for It, Jbre.ooing all its rttinous effects.
without th6 slightest asauranco that tho
freight bill would command tho action of tho
legislature during tho balanco of tho session
Detailing reason afterrcason why It should bo
dofeatcd, ho placed hlmsolf on record in favor
of it, without fortifying or even justifying
his conduct by tho utteranco ofaslnglo word,
Tho effect of tho bill, according to his own
showing, would bo to make tho rich man rich
er and tho poor man poorer. Tho farmer
would bo robbed W Its operation ;k tho intor
cits of tho poople would booutragodj tho
railroad enterprises of Southern Illinois would
bo crippled and retnrded, yot ho declared his
purposo to vote for It, and did voto for It. No
sophistry, however cunning, will blind tho
pooplo to his glaring solf-stultiflcatlon, or
rescue his unjustlflablo conduct from tho con
domnation it deserves. His own reasoning
clothed tho bill with enormities that ought to
lmvo crushed it. Ho gave it horrid shapo
unuunmnlni: attributes and thon embraced it.
Of such stuff Is D. "W. Munn, tho senator from
tho First I
Go to Goldstine
St ltosonwiiter for bargains
NK WS PA H A OR A PJK.
Collated from nur latest telegrams.
Unlaid States senators wero elected on
Wednesday as follows :
lion. HannibalIIamlin was elected Uni
ted States senator by tho lcglslnturo of
Hon. Alexander Ramsey has been re-elected
United States senator by tho legislature of
Wisconsin, by a majority of thirty over
Hon. C. Nash, democrat.
Hon. Zach. Ohandlor was ro-elcctcd Uni
ted States senator from Michigan, by 51 ma
jority over S. M. Green, democrat.
Hon. John Scott has been elected United
States senator from Pennsylvania.
Tho following is the voto for United States
senator in the Massachusetts legislature;
In tho HouHSumncrj'.JlC; Abbott 14, Banks
1. In tho senate, Sumnor3I, Abbott 11.
lion. Chan. Sumner was therefore re-elected.
lion. Kctibcn K. Fenton was elected Uni
te! Stales senator from Jcw York. Tho
votes in tho senntc wero:
Fenton 15, Murphy 10, H. S. ltusscll 1,
cast by Mr. Murphy. In the Assembly,
Fento'n 73, Murpny J3.
Hon. M. H. Carpenter, republican, was
nominated United States senator from Wis
consin. The CrlorcdMen'a Ariitrc to tien. Ornut.
Wednesday morning thu committeo of the
Colored Men's Convention, 'rccontly in ses
sion in this city, called on general Grant by
appointment. John M. Langston, chairman
of the committee, addressed the genoral.
General Grant replied as follows :
I thank tho convention of which you arc
tho representatives, for their expressions,
and I liopo sincerely that tho colored people
may receive every protection which tho law
gives them. Thoy shall huvoinv efforts to
secure such protection. Thoy should prove
by their acts, their advancement, prosperity,
and obedience to tho laws, to Iks worthy of
all tho privileges tho government has bo
stowed on them, and by their future conduct
provo thomselvcs deserving of all tlry now
The Promoted I'oslal Telegraph.
Tho presidents of tho existing telegraph
lines and many others interested In telegraph
companies, were before tho house postal com
mitteo on tho 10th, to hear an argument in
behalf of the bill for a jwstal government tel
egraph. Tho charges mado against tho com
panies were those of excesslvo rates and con
sequent excessive profits, and with being such
monoolios as to seriously affect tho public
interest. It was claimed that a mesago of
ten words could lo sent five hundred miles
for ten cents, and tho cost of telegrams cheap
ened pro rata with a government line. Tho
present telegraph companies arc all opposing
tho bill. Tho rommlttoo took no vote.
Universal Mufrrair anl Antne.ly.
Gen. Wise, colonels Marmaduke, Johnson
and othor gentlemen, influential and conspic
uous in Virginia politics, arc out in letters
encrgcticolly opposing tho movement .for a
settlement on tho bail of universal suffrage
and universal amnesty.
Prooeil Hale of Culm to the United
Tho administration has received impqrtntit
information from Minister Hale, at Madrid,
stating that overtures havu been mado to him
as the American representative, for tho salo
to the United SWtes by tho new Spanish gov
ernment of the Ulnnd of Cuba. Tho matter
was laid before tlio cabinet "on Wednesday,
and, a soon as It asiumca a more definlto
shape, it will bo communicated to congress in
advance of any jteps looking towurd a treaty
In tho premises. The price intimated is said
to exceed twenty million dollars In gold.
Omiilliu. Paclflo Railroad Hill.
The senate Pacific railroad committeo arc
preparing bills of this character, and will um
body them In an Omnibus bill, which will bo
reported in a few days. It will bo considered
by tho l-miio committeo informally, and will
be ready for action in tho. house by tho tlmo
It will havo been pnscd by the senate It is
reported that ono of theso bills will bo for tho
construction of n road through Arkansas and
I'oxas to tho Pacific, with branches to St.
Louis, tho mouth of tho Ohio river, Now Or
leans and Vicksburg, and another bill for tho
construction of a road from Lake .Superior to
Portland, Oregon, and Puget Sound.
Debate on the Union PaclAo Railroad.
On Wednosday tho houso took from tho
speakor's table, where It has laid sinco July,
tho senate bill togntnt additional land subsi
dies, or to transfer other subsidies, to tho
Union Pacific railroad, to enable tho road to
bo built from its western end to Denver. Great
intorost was evinced in tho measuro by many
without as well as within tho hall. Mr.
Washburno, of Illinois, commonced-tho de-
bato by attacking tho road. Tho report of
the lato special commissioner, wno examined
tho rosdas far as built In December, wis dis
tributed through tho houso, and showed tho
road to be in n bad condition. It is is esti
mated by tho commissioner that f 3,000,000
should be spent In fixing up tho road, build
ing station houses and purchasing now rolling
Chicago Asking for Lake Bhore f rlvl
In tho sonato on Wednosday last, Mr.
Trumbull' presentcd'the'rhomorlal of the U1
cago Chamber of Commorco, asking for an
enlargement of tho Chicago harbor. Ho ulso
Introduced a bill, prepared und printed In
Ohlcaeo. codlne ono lcacuo of tho lubmorgod
lands on tho cast frqnt of Lako Michigan to
tho municipality, providing that It doea not
Intorforo with tho par!; reservation aK tho,
mouth of tho Chicago river. Moth momorial
nd bill weroToforrod to tho committeo on
It is ascertained that governor Brawnlnw
will isiuo his proclamation calling (jjut tho
militia and declaring martial law In cortu'u
THURSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 21,
counties. General Cooper, of Knoxvlllc,
prospective commander-in-chief, is now In
Nashvillo taking tho inlatory steps toward
tho organization of his troops. Ho does not
hesitate to avow positively that tho first Ku
Klux ho catches who can bo proven to bo
such, and had been guilty of any outrages,
ho will havo shot by ordcrof drumhead court
martial. Tho Impro'sion is that, if tho mili
tia Is rostrnined from unnecessary acts of vi
olence or.deprudation, thnro will bo littlo
trouble or bloodshed, but that if they resort
to producing n reign of terror, heaping insult
and injury on innocent parties, thoro will bo a
determined and bloody resistance, rendering
necessary tho intervention of Federal troops.
Tho fact that popular sentiment In Tennessee
especially condemns tho Ku-Klux and their
midnight operations, may deter tho militia
from resorting to the oppression and tyran
nical oxactions of eighteen months ago, when
theso outrages wero neither few nor far be
tween. Still, the prospects look gloomy, and
collisions nnd bloodshed aro among tho prob
abilities of tho near future. Colonel Bayliss,
formerly of n Kentucky regiment, has bcon
appointed quartermaster of tho militia.
Tho conservative press is outspoken in Its
reprobation of midnight lawlessness, and
other rullianlsm, but continue to warn and
appeal to the legislature, what ought to bo
evident to all, that peace In Tennesseo Is slm-
t.lv an Imnossibilitv whilo three-fourths of
the population aro disfranchised and degrad
ed. It ouiiht to bo stated that n large pcrccn
tago of tho recent outrages aro openly charged
L'aiiut tho convicts, somu four hundred in
number, released last year from tho pcnltcn
tiary by Brownlow.
A.ta. .Illation Conlrator.
Tho confessions of Arnold and Atzerodt,
two of tho parties to tho conspiracy which re
sulted In tho assassination of president Ida
coin, aro now published for tho first time.
Tho confession of Arnold was mado volunta
rily In Daltimoro on tho 18th of April, 1803
in the ofllco of Marshal McPhall, and that of
Atzerodt in his cell nt Washington on tho
night before his execution.
From "lllooily Arkansas.'
Three negro militiamen, who last week
outraged inrs. McGeo and mrs. Galloway,
wrre hot, at Marlon, this afternoon, by order
of a court-martial.
Tho youngest girl outraged on Monday
night Is reported to be dying from the inju
Tho names of tho citizens shot by tho mili
tia, ot French Uoyou, Saturday nightmare:
. C. McAllister. Wm. Tier, and Geo. II.
Harnoy. Tho latter Is said to bo a nephew of
major-general Harney, of tho United States
.ST. AOyt:S DAI'.
To-day Is St. Agnes' day, a festival of tho
church of Itomc. St. Agnes Is described as a
voung and spotless maid, who suffered mar
tyrdom In tho tenth persecution under Diocle
sian, in tho vear A. D. 30C. A fow days aftei
her her death, her parents going to offer to
kons of nffcotions nt her tomb, beheld a vision
of nngols, amidst which itood their daughter
with a snow-whlto lamb by hur side. At
Komo on St. Agnos' day, during mass and
while tho Agnus Is saying, two lambs as
white a fnow and covered with finery aro
brought in and laid tion tho nltar. Their
tlcoco itro afterwards shorn nnd combed Into
palls, which are highly valued.
It used to bo a much ob.orvtd custom
among young ludies, on St. -gne i-.vo, to
trvtodiviuo who should bo their husbands.
This was called fasting St. Agnes' Eve. Tho
proper rite was to take o row of pins, pull
them out onu after another, suying u pater
noster and sticking ono pin in tho sleove.
Then going to rest without food, their dreams
wero expected to present to them the imago
of their future husband. In Keato's poem,
"Tho Evo of. St. Agnes" the custom is thus
Tliey toM licr how upon St. Axae' Eve,
Vimns wrums might liuvw vIkIous of delight,
And .lift adoring from their lore receive,
Upon thu honied mlildlnoftho night,
If ccremonle due they did aright ;
A slipperiest to lied they mint retire,
And couch dipliiu their lcailties lily.n hile,
Nor look behind, nor sldeway, but require.
Of Heaven with upward eye for all that they desire
OODI WOOD 1 1
J. W. TUHNER
Is prepared to furnish
Good Hard Wood ,
At pries which defy competition, and aUo to ,
Deliver 1st any part of tn City,
On tho nliorvcet notice.
l.avo order on Mute, ut Jliilen'n grocery, I.ouer
:iu'h feed store, und Woods and Hooch's grocery,
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
Southom District of Illinois.
vwiureon, on ine inn nayui lunnary, a. u. imv,
(icorue A. I.eivno (lied a libel in the District Court of
tho United Mutes for tho Hoiitliern DUtrlct of lllliioit,
li&uiist tho steuinrio.lt "Luminary," her bouts, tackle,
apparel and furniture, pruylng that the sumumuybe
uineii mr mo reasons ami purposes in saici inw
for tho reasons and
Ami whereuH, by virtue of process In duo form of
iS, tome direeteif, roturuaUnon tho first Monduy in
mry, isuj, i uuvo soncm uiiuu unci iumcii ino
.'.out I.umlimry, her boats, tucklr, apparel
im. unit liavo tho sumo in my custody.
A iuo Is herob
1 Wtiites wil
y glten lliala District Court of tlio
1 bo held ut tho United States Court
, : . . . . 1 1 I .1... a m .1 I n
U next, fort fin trial of tho said premisot, and the.
r ir owners, and utl persons who havo or claim any
it therein, aro hereby cited to bo and appear at
in und plueo aforesaid, to show cause. If any thoy
i I y u decree should not bo rendered in aosord
v di the prayer of nald libel.
' ' JOHN DOOAN, U. a Marshal.
, Mill' is, J.uuury 14, HOJ. Jan'ildUt
DRY GOODS, ETC
Wholesale and llctsll Dealer In
Fancy anil Staple
DRY Gr O
HOOTS ASD SHOES,
HATS AM) CAPS,
(i tilts' FurnlililuK OoaiU,
LADIES' DllKSS GOODS, SUA U'LS,
llliiiikvtM, C'liHHiineroH und JeaiiM
neat Calicoes i'i)c.
Heavy Ilrown Domestic 17c.
300 Gent's lints at 73c. each
A Splemli'l Line f
WHITE GOODS AND EMBROIDERIES
Iluyers will do well to call nnd
before purchasing elsewhere.
examine my stock
It. 11. CUNNINGHAM.
No. 00 Ohio Levee.
Havlnic purclui.iMl the entire stock nnd fixtures of
Aug. Kurmie)cr, m prf pared to do all kinds of
(inn a ntl Steam Fitting
In a neat nnd workm-inliko manner. Woareafco pre.
pared to repair all kinds of (las fixtures, and by our
processor lironxiiijt and Kildinx make them Inrery
p&rttcuUr ns itood us nnw. Those h.iTlni such fix
tures, will please give ns a call satlf.wtion guaran
tee in all cases. C F. YKAOF.lt.
tanOdtf F. K. MUUHAV.
CoilNKIt OF 8th SritEKT AND OltIO LKTKS
Ad work In this Hue executed promptly auJu
AND AT HF..V.SONAI1I.E HATES
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHN AV. TUOVEU & CO.,
Ileal Estate, Uoml ami Stock Urokcrs.
Will attenil fo the payment of State, County and city
Tuxes, and all business pertaining to a liENEHAI.
EioiiTH Stubbt, stcomidoorjrom Com. Axe,
dccSl'todtf Cairo, III.
GROCERIES, BOAT STORES, ETC.
Q. D. AV1LLIAMSON,
xv iioi i: s a 1. 1: a 11 o c k k ,
I'ltODUCE AND COMMISSION
3VC E n O II A N T,
A'o. 7t) Ohio Leccf, Cairo, III.
Special attention islten to eonslKumcnts and filling
This society will celebrate. It. first anniTcrsary by a
Mattiiit'ratlo Rail, at Washington Hall
Monday Evening, Jununry '43, 1S00.
COMMITTED OF ARKANOKMEXTS.
II. MYKE11H, IV. ALU A1,
IV. T. UEEUWAHT.
VLOOU M AKAOKHS.
C. FEUCIITKH, I.OUIK IlIaATTAV,
W. IIOCJE, C. 8CllCt,TZ.
1 1 VPFV M
The umlerslgneil took up, In this city, on tlio Stli
Inst., a stray HTF.KK, red and wtilto spots, baM race,
alwilt tire or six teursoiu. Tiiosioer is hovi niiin
IWery stable of Perry Powers. Tho owner can, by
pros'iiK property ami paying ch .ge obtolu hUrop
"ilnMlt I'KKRT PtlWEIW.'
QAIRO DRY DOCK COMPANY,
Steamboats and Marges nocked
ItepuirM Done at Short Xotiee
AND IN THE UE3T POS31DI.E MANNEH.
. TERMS, REASONABLE.
Steamboat Lumber on Hand.
IlrualrlUK on .evce Attcmleil to.
rOTIOU TO RONJDHOLDERS.
Notice is hereby given to tho holders of all past duo
mids of tho city of Calro.-that tho sum of nine thou
Bonds of tho cit;
sand, eight humlreii and thirty dollars (so.Mul
been' placed in a sinking fund for tho redemption of
said past due Ilonds. assjieciAod under ordinaiieo75,
uary ), ISK), to receive proposal for tho Halo of suel
ltonds to tho city, in tho manner provided lor In bi
Hon of aald ordinance, J. MAHTlh,
JanWdlOt OH Comptroller
Will DO In nueniianco ui my uiueu on buiuiuim , '
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
UK CENTRAL ELEVATOR
Ready for Receiving nil Kinds of Grain
From cars and dcllverliiK tho same either In bijrs or
bulk on barges or boats. ... .
The Elevator Is owned nnd will ik managed by thP
samn imrtles owning und in ui.igliitf tho Central Elera
tors at Chicago.
All Krnln received by us win ik
IiiHiicvtvd anil Graded
Ily an lnpoctor appointed bv thn l.C. U. It.C'o. For
tho present senon, Mr. J. II. llloomfleld, who lias
neie'i in ine nm,rnpnvny unrim; im-nummi
Dutile th with so mueh satlfnelion to nil parties, will
bo tho Inspcetor.
All Kraui win oem ine owner s tisk 01 iishukv hui
fire and heating. -
KATES Ol-' HTOItAGK.
ItK'i'lrlngniid ileliierlng to large, grain In good or
der, Including storage not to exceed O) days, two
Storage for eneh ndilitlonnl five d.iys, or part thereof,
one.imu ceiniwT niisnri.
itecelvlng anil delivering to Imrges, "unsound gram
including stornse not exceeding tlvo days, two ent
4 per lmhel. , , ,
Storage forevery ndilitlonnl five days, or pint thereof,
oim cent per im .! I.
Iligglng and tying lig, one-half cent per bushel,
ltairglng and sewing lug", one cent s-r Inishel.
e purims" inconiiii"imr-',n". -u "j" "''.v.
to of gram. J. A K. HOUKINdHAM.
nn of irrfklii
Crilro. HI.. Jan. I. 1.
JAM KS KOSS
"lllK Miuldy, 1111-
All Keifflied. Term, caili on ilellvery. Deliv.
eieil free to nil ptrts of the city. Yard and office,
Commercial Avenue, Between Tenth and
(Lit.) coal yanl of JIcDonald A l7iM
Janlldtf CA1HO, IM..
iUR KVERYlHflNO IN
THE XJOOX IsINin
No. 100 CoxKincUL Avrwvs.
JTKW ARRIVALS! NKW ARRIVALS
CHRISTMAS AM) .VEWT YEAR'S COOIW
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
1S2 Coiiimorclitl Av'onuo,,
Informs the eitlteiK of Cairo And vlulnlty tlu'. he hs
on hand win of tho I vgest and lx't aborted St.x k of
Dry floods-, Fancy flood, and Xollotij,
In Southern lllinol., whieli he oilers at prices that will
V will sell Print, for lw-t U.unU, at frouu.S to li)ft
Yard wide llleiiehed Mulln at 1I
II.viTV vard wide nheeting at !'
. II ,r...'l nt 8ll
While HLiiiWft'i per jkiir. at. $.1 so
laUrttQ WIW Hll-W''"l HII'IUH' . 1 1 it I s
Now t)lit ImlhV Owk M J-liuau'l tiiranU n
flOOsl IslllOyi fttHaS)tsttSsts'
VS. . --..I ....... l.AA.-m J.l.,isi.iu..1J.. ns.,1 ft.
unil !N1iiM,ifr yanl, from...., 33to'
SilU iku)ltn nt... T'
(ioxI yunl-vMilo Mrrlnu at
A largo a.wirtmeut of il i
RIaek and ColortMl Alpacas nt 25 cent.
And numerous other stjl.i -of Dres flood corres
AIMInvji Handkerchiefs nt
All -linen Toweling, per yard, ut...
flood Till.!.' I.lnen -
Irish I.lnen, vurd wid .'
Ladles' Merino Ho.o
Merln-s Undershirts and Drawer,
AIo, a lani'' ai-ortmsnt of
- Such as ,.. . ;
Alexander Kltl Glove "
Krcncli Corseta -
Hound Combs " l?.e
And till otlxr Gooh correspondingly low.
It is therefore to tho latere t of every poraonbulu:
goods to call at
1U2 C'oiumoi'cial Avt'iiue,
lleforo buying elsewhere, as money saved is moiiijy
mTl'aiiliid forlhelllierul patronage heretofore ox
tended to us, wo hopo to reueire tho mno In rutur.
deeil'C&ttf 1" IlliPM.
pRINTINO, OF ALL KINDS,
At the OlUce of thu Cairo UulleUii,