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TIIUKSDAY, 31 AllCH , 1800.
'"rU1MIKI,j,'V JOHN II. OUKUI.Y A CO.
M. It. HAHUKM, AfSOCIATK KIIITOK.
The KvrMMi Ili'ttr.Tis i published every finer
noon, 12S Wiwlilnclon Avenue, (Hcmnorat Hull), by
John H. Oberl) (V. for circulation ly carriers,
Detrsmcn, and the mall-.
Tho Vr.iKt.r Hcu.r.m, n Urgo li t -pi" forty col.
timn paper, is t-ttrl mi TIiiii'Ih.v. lor th" maJN, mt
. for salent our counter and ! iicm -dealers.
TUUMS.
tiAUT HN.M III"' " CIRIIII.IIS.
JVr week
pm.T tft st'lnratam pt waii.
ftnglc copy, per year .. t
rnglo cojiy, per lx month
Silipln copy, per three months
,1.1 cents
,...S7 0(1
:i 7.1
it oo
vrllKt.T tlV MVII..
fingio ')'. "iif year S'i oo
Clubs of ten, mil' )car, each .lileieillier I "H
3uli' of Twenty, one year, caeh siilierlbcr I SO
litfVpeeitnru copies fiinii-hcl r Address,
JOHN II. 'HlHIH.V A CO., Cairo, III.
The Mhhlle, or Hark Aires-.
Krom tin' 1 1 in in !.
Tlic period, mii't commonly ilivtliittiifli-l
nsthu tlarknee-, cS'tcinla Horn ulioiit A. I).
4o0 it) HoO, tliottjLcli it illicit not bo incorrect
Ao continue tt tlftj yenre later. At the hegin-lriiij-oi
tin-C'lirNitan Km. lVmif wn In its
"lory. That wmm the iierioil nl it j,'ruit.-t
lirosneritv. lw slmritctcr for litcnitiiro was
then nln"thc liifilicst. for several nes Its
citbens hurt been fainlll ir with the learning
of Greece, nml had drank deep ut Hellenist c
fountains Hut nf'er the Vnndal Inroad of
the' barratrous natintis from the north, In the
fifth Mini sixth ccnturiep, tltcy beeittne deceit
cinte In manliness nrclmriieter ttntl literary
titttilnments. And this lamentable declension
was otlonj: duration, bven the pure and ra
tional religion of Chrlt-tlanlty, In the hands
of an illiterate and debased people, became
in n great inemtire a shelter lor nujicrstltion,
ami an apolojiy for inimorality. Neither tho
laltv nor the clergy pnj-usHutl Its spirit
nor'obscrvetl lt prece'pls llellfe'lon ilcgcncr
ntetl Into n merely external worship ; and
the ChrlHtlati world was distinguished in
little more tltrm name from pagans and idola
tors. Learning felt the withering inllueiice
ol the timed; It wits considered tinnecefstry.
The Pope mid his priest" claimed to he In
fallible tcitcliure and guides. The people
were discouraged from becoming learned;
and for the clergy, even, it avhh cnoiijtlt to
dictate In all mutters of religion, without be
Ing ut the trouble of explaining their doc
trines nntl commands, or provlngthem agree
able to the gopcl of Ulirl.'t, or the. Instruc
tions of bis inspired apostles. Instead of
innkliic advances hi literature and science,
the Inhabitants of Europe were tints made
to rctrogailc, for a long period of ncarlvn
thousand years. There were nothing like
tubllc schools for the lower classes; and
verv few even of the nobility could write
their name, or read a cliapter'ln the sacred
volume. This indeed, was a sealed book;
the laity were not required, nor even per
mitted to examine. The husbuudmen and
the incclmnlcs were Ignorant of everything
but what was neco-wry to enable them to
perform the labor of their vocation. Ami
this they did from habit and custom, as the
ox trod the furrow or the horse moved round
in a mill. The people could work without
learning, and they knew little more than the
horse or the ass which tneyiirovc in tiie path
or tho Held And tlm-e of nobler lilrtli di
rected all their enerirles to loam the art of
war, ami to prepare themselves, to kill and
destroy their lellow-men. The clergy had
nil the" manuscripts and books of other ages
in their poscm!on : ln the key to unlock
these stores, they nclm. r allowed others to
Hike, nor olten ned It themselves for the
purposes ot gaining knowledge to be commit,
jilcfltcd to others.
Tlicfc wore aie of thick and gro.s dark
ness. The light of learning sulleted a lnnjr
and aim "t total eelipv. No Intellectual
i tt'orts were put foith lo break throii-jb the
cloud wldeh bro'l o'er the world of
mind. Unite force governed widely; and
arliual pHs-ioii- uiitc-ttiducd, corrupted the
whole bwlv ol the people. Hut nt length the
siuucrs and corruptions were so numerous
and rio Irmtloiial, t lir-.t In the beginning of
the sixteenth century. Kmsnuis and Luther
asserted the rights of human natiiie, and
onened an avenue for the lluht of tiuth to
siilnc once more upn the benitlitr(l region n
ol contltieutal hiirope. it was induco a letv
I ile liuht at tir.t, but llic (lawn wns mumi ful
lowi'd bv a lirlebter tin v. At a little earlier
period, in the rttteetith century, the art of
lirintinu had been discovered, which proved
an incalculable udwintngo to the interests of
learning; and t lie mariners compass was
also Invented, which served to extend com
.tneiciiil enterprises, whose influence was
niiKe auspicious to civilization ami litem
turn.
In the darkest periods of lirnornnco and
hlgotrv, there were, however, some "lesser
light'lnn jmrt of the hemisphere, which
prevented universal darkness Htid corruption.
Ildiieuttouiil Items.
We tHke til'-' lil crty of electing tiie toV
lowing Items from the .Seventh Biennial He
port of the Buperlntendcntof Public: Instruc
tion ot llllnol" for IsOT-'CR;
Tiit.il .viinnti ft iJitinl fninl fit. Clnlii
ontemlier lid. 18(K as hIiowii by the ofllclal
teporls of County Suiieriiitcnduuts of .Schools,
stvUtVVis ;rj.
Whole number of white children between
tho ages of six and twenty-one years, and en-
'Ulel insehiM 1 privileges lwfe. Mll.b.'O.
Whole iiuniberof Teachers' Iiistltutes liehl
in IHiiS: I .V.l.
( 5 niii'l total number of tc.ichors evaniincd
thpiti'-r tiie yi n" ISMS; 1.",4'M.
The ami. .int aid to teadiersof each sex,
in i mi .-.s mi ;,, I,;;
The while aii o. nit iveelvnl for school
pup se Lil l-i. i:-'lug H-ptember H'Jlh,
was $(l,51KJ,Ho.
Wi.i.'i i. in r oi fr. e mI.odIs for IPCS,
M'.ib lO.oT-, o lug one scho itto oveiy sjvpii-
ty-seven oi nie iiuiium i oi ciuidtcn ijclvvecii
theage-sof bix and twentvonc
WOOD.
"VVTOOIM AVOODM
.1. W. TUHSCK
J piejiaroil to furnish
Good Ilarcl Wood
At prle whuh i -fy euinnHtio'i, aU alao to
Dcltvi r In miy jiui l of Ilie (Illy,
tn the aJiortoat inf.
,eav orders on slu.i-. m llulcu'ii uroi rj, I.oncr
K4U fil atore, uml Wo.nU anil I!oiwI?m grocery,
janldtf
PIANOS AND SEWING MACHINES.
J.
0. OAltSON,
AQr.ST 10
E X A. 3ST O S
ASD
Sowing 3VColiiM.o.
Tiie Xtw Vork
orjsrxojsr 3PI-A.jKT-
itrewnrninlr.l tle jeiirs. nnrtnriMliolt iiml rhMjHSt
lii.tmmnilH In iic oiii(?lng In jirieo fiom
$400 to $i.ooo.
SMITH'S AMIIUK'A.V OIM.'AXS,
Kor CI.tir.-lio., S.'hwils I.'IS'- n.l I'atlor. Tho mo.t
iwrfii-tOrwiii known. l't"nt Kiiee.wi;ll on Ml in
lrninontV Kvitv In.irmiienf nrrnntciltoKtvesnti.
fiiution. iMtigtiiK r"1"
i2.co to ji.coo.
Wlit.-Ur .i AVIIoii'
J.orli-.Sliteli Muwinf; .IJiuthliit's.
Stitch Mike on Ixitli sl.le.
. . .. .,.!............. .,)... I II. ...n n,l Mill till
1 IM'I,1' .MII'MllllVI. ..... ..... -
forty enri mhI. n k fsniily iiuu'hine oro uriwrcI.
I. ....... ... .I..... IminW AIU tMlUi.
I ri''0 111111" H- 111 mori i t. I.--, .i....- ...h
Ilrli'"l prloofor tlie iniflilm" thronhniit tho emm-
... ............ r..u(...itl1iB Iml I III. OlnuM lllftphtlllM.
vrv. lll-irui-.i.'ii " - "
scnil for itliiHimttHl clri'iilur.
f.Orover Ai HnUrv't
Klustle St licit Sewing Machines,
iiiic (llris-t from two mii1 wlthont rclnilliiir. 1
im.i11v udiiitii for (;oiiitiiI f.imlly uonnil llRllt mnn
ifnftltrinx piirixwrx-
I.oek-Stlleli .lliuliliic,
K.-wini: Mike on txtli ii-, nml nre n'latitl prtUll
lnrly tor tho iii-p of tllori, uml boot niiJ sho maim
fueliirers. EVimV MAVHISK U'MtltAXTF.lh
Vat furlhor particular unl llliitrntl eireulnrs
Alilrri,
.1. C. CAHSOX,
Kll?Mh Htrfct,
WWIlin Culro. llllnoU.
rno COAL SKI.LKIIS.
T. ... i -l Il,.( InmQ'jl in XAtrrt fiflllo
Ohio HUer lunik. Mow Hi fflnht depot of the till,
noii-Crntn.1 rallrmil en'n,nf'; "'' "''r0;'!',, l"v fL"
Mici t. In Hi rltv orColro. will t1sr..iM t piihlit wic
lion to ttio hlKlu'-'t liliMi-r, on thrprftinU.on Turn
,1r.v. thf 9t1 itiM ,MiaVlnok,a.m., fo- Hi ;ptir.'
of e..M iH-pot. Trni- nn-t c,,n',,il,,St,'l??C-h,i-,irn
mutliltil Whuff Master.
Tl)Ml NISTKATOU'S NOTICE.
irV IMntf of Jmnei llardrn, deeciturj.
The uniU rnsne't linTinp lixcn Mipoltitct Ailinlnln
irator of thr rflato of .!.. llonl'-n, li of thoroimty of
U.'Viti'l'T iiiel "into of lllmoi., ileeenpnl, lirrt'liy
a . ..-.II in..;.. lu.r..rA tin. ..inltlf 1
CIIC It'll HI" "I'J"-' "V
roililof Ale.i.nclcreouniy,nt the eoiirt-lin-i-,
i itvofCmro. at Hi'' Mirl1 l,,rm' 'ti tho third MoteUy
7 . . : . ... I....I. .i... -II i.Mrbrin lijil'nt.
Ill April IM'i. i wi.i.i. ..i.i" " i : ?
laiiii" nirninsi mikI vlale are notitl.-il xml re'iiK -K il
toHtti nifror On- iiiiri-.' of hanns tlii,Nmo'Iintrl.
All ir n In l-t'O 'l tn untd Unto are r-qiU'tfl to
tnako iimn.-liato .)in.iit in the unl.;ri.itfne.l.
it. i. til 4k. ArVtirtlftrY A.M. 1 Hxi'J.
J?'! ,' '!i 1 A'""'r'
BOOKS, STATIONERY, ETC.
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HOTELS.
Q A1XT CIIA11LES HOTKh,
Cairo, Illinois.
Tin: sr. ciiAiM.Es hoti:l,
The onhj FIllST-CLASS 11QTF.L in Cairo
In now in tho inot uticxi-eiii mtinl.Io order for Kiientn
liavinKiiiiJerKonea
TEuoicorciir iei:xovatio.
The pant Slimmer.
Tox'in, fptJ OO For 30.y
IlngK'Ke Currliil tn mill from dm Until
irrr in jiiiirr.
Day I 'ma nl., Tweuty'hxce Dullam per month
JHWHTTWII.COXAco.,
iliwildtf I'roprietor.".
gHKKTS' 1I0USK,
("onier .MaeJcet anil Court Streets,
up a. X3 u o a ii , is: -jr.
tin low, ri.i .on., il.jjant and i ll-iippoinluil
middi'iir, Mill I..-op. iif.l forilio t( ocplion of nueslson
mi. I l:. r J.oonry I all Tile eiillio lioi'no u ncwlv uml
elemmOy t n m-l. .1, oulumiiit; ex client room for
the ii t in Tn i ! ,,f iHiinliTK. and all other
CLOTHING.
:v cLOTiiiNoi
BvorytJiinB Proab.
HAIKJ.UXS FOR TIIK PEOPLE!
Hnlni;i:lofl out their ohl stuck of ClotlilnR, liaTo
tironpnt on n
I.arc anil Splendid Stock,
Whloh i-mliracps every Ulml "I"
ri.Hlilonnl.lc drill Irnitii'M Wcnr,
And such n l Milted to nllc1n-oi.
They would Hk epeelal nttrntlon to their supply of
tn hleh thrv i.rofi. to lend the market. Alo to
thoir
pi En: i.'ooi's,
...i i.i. . .. i ..it .,.in of riothn. ('lincr
fulfil i-iiiniiu-o on -
Tweiiln, Ac, from wliu-H t'"'.v munufiieture
ciiOTiii.M: 'f oitnnu,
la the Ik-1 manner, and "trtetly fii-hloiml.lo.
Their .-look of
;enllctuen, I'nniislilng (JooiN
I. frv uomplfltn. Il lii'l'HK '"""V "inltiei neir lo
(oro li'rotlnht tothix iinrki t.
Trtiukt, fir every tle, VH-e, Cnrit
Smrli, iti i
Assured of tln?lrM ilii t"" jp'" '"I'lV.'iVr
ftk.ehMperthan eer before, fly rel) li wii
rrlminatlnspttUie to extend tlim '"i1"1""?,1" -
may .t.--r?.i.
JSAAOAVAIiDKll,
Whnli-al '! Ki'tail Dealer III
CKXT'S AX II HOYS CLOTIII.MJ
t..i
3Txx2.-xili;X3Lixx&' G-oocIh,
Jf ATS. CAPS. Ac. Ac.
AttlieollLini,
Comer nfSUIli trrct nnil Olilo r.rvre.
J'"'l,,,,r ,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ETC.
JOHX V. TKOVKK & CO.,
Heal Estate, Omul nml Stock Hrokers.
Will atlsud fo the pnvtnent of state, fetintr and Cll r
Taxi s. anil all Imslnoii. - rummc to a OhhllAI.
HKUKKHACK.
KioiiTii Stiikkt, rffonil ilvirjrom Com. Axe.,
.liVlV.'dtf Culm, III.
LIQUORS, TOBACCO, ETC.
"YjTM. II. SCHUTTKK,
Importrr ami Wholttah Dtaltr in
MI.XKS, I.IQl'OKN. TOIIACX'O
sr
OZG-ARS.
iOi.M rna
Host llrnmls r t'rciun ami Stock Ale
vt
Iniiorcil Aim of ntrTrrent ICIliiU.
N"o. 76 Ohio Lkvkk, - Cairo. IIIIihfIs
il.2ft.Itf
GROCERIES.
T M. lll'l.KN.
I)i nli r In
STAPLE. ASH I'AXCV (illOCEIlins,
Irovli(ii. Iroluc'. t'onl Oil. V
ITU GiMhtereitll Arrime, Cu'iff, III.
leiililtf
GROCERIES COMMISSION.
-
jyrAST. PA UK Kit.
iSnri .iir to Parkrr a; l'iiinii,i
(iEXEKAl, COMMISSIOX MEKt'HANT
And deali in
liny. Corn, ihxtn mid Hrnu.
.Vo. Vi Ohio l,rtee,
OfXiX'O - - - Xllizxolm.
fl'IAItf
gTHATTOK, HUDSON it CLAHK,
p,rrt.i,m to Cunnlnjliaro A stratum,)
wnirti.r.
d'rocers nml Commission Merchants,
NO. 37 Ohio I.cvrr, Cnlro, III.
ilrrSI'Mulir
PAINTERS' MATERIAL.
v. pakk'kI"
B"
Healer hi
white m:ai, zinc and oils,
window glass and putty
Ilru.lirs, AViill Pniicr nml 'Vliulor
Sitinili s,
05 01-0 I.KVUK ...CAIllO, ILL
deci'ldlf
FURNITURE.
JOHN HAMILTON,
Healer in
Furniture, nml House I'uriiMiliii,' (iooils
Cnrpits ami Oil Ctiittis, AVIiitlmv Shades
mill l.nuklliK (.Inascs,
NO. 101 COMMKr.CIAI. A VKN'tTK,
liiL'ldlf lltO, II.Ii.
LIQUOR SALOONS.
QA.SSI.Vij.
Thu popiihn i.u,. o has Iweoiuc thu rewiri of .Ul lov
ers j.f koi.ii HKr.H, as iionolait tho lx'v
SSUrvtxit Xjioixirs IWCnlto
Iskiptl.y JOHN scHKr.I..
Ml 1 lit s-.rri i. utHuca Cvm. and Wuah. Avinmcr.
di.Ul.llf CAtlKl. IHI.INOlS.
JOHN 11Y LA NO'S SALOON .
I. . -i pllisi with all kind of
Smooi'ior X.i i ci"i. o i' s.v ,
lU'vr, AI' .,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
W
M. KIIIiKlltJ,
rAKHIO.VAULK
Boot mid. Slioo 3VXo.lx.ox-
Ttcentieth utreet, between HWit'yfon ami
Poplar utrcels,
(Nearly opposite the Court House,)
Keers a splendid stock of the lient material, nml good
workmen, ami ean till orders on short notice.
MemllnK done, neatly anil cheaply, l'ntroiiniie so.
Helled. doelM idlf
AUCTIONEERING.-COMMISSION.
iTc TION A X 1) CO M M 1 S S ION
1I0US K.
105 Contincrclttl Avenue, 10.1
CAI110 HiIilSOlS
D.IMEL IIAHTMAX,
The only I.lei'ii'ixl Auctioneer In the oily, huys and
sell- on commission all kinds of
3j"xxxxa.itxxx-o,
And makes prompt returns on all aales.
ilee'iri.s'Ut
JOHN 1I0IJ0KS.
TTOLHiKS Sc CAULK,
A. .1. I'AHI.Il.
CAIIKI. ILLINOIS
Will nt'i n l to the M- "f real estale. lnnMMliHsp.
fiirintnrc. i... l( ami prop- rt "I mi) and all kinds fur
wo ami on.- half per ' .i.mi;l. Iiiit M-ml
nr.roiiHhtl,...-..iii"-i.ai''Ui''"Ml);'rl.
KHi- fei f' I"1"- 'I T. e-rself Htift Me to pa)
that riieof. oiii.. ii.itloii. -h..H eheOilly s.rte.l
f,.r nothinn. , ,, , . ,
Tim iiiili.inaife of the l"ilili-is solieileil.
n U a. present, at irU. r & U.,
A eomiii'ssion antl a.i. t.oii Uoum; will l "l-eW"! t
a fe da)-, due Hut a . I alneli will 8"-".
.JrJijj'n " 1
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
pOU SALE,
JOHN W. TKOVr.ll AiCO.,
HHOKEllS AXI) i:XCIIAN(!E DEALEHS
KiKhth slieet, seennd ilinir from Cfltii- A'.,
r.xcu'Asai: o.v
('rent llrltaiti,
Ircliinil,
Northern (irrmiiiiy,
Southern l.criniiny,
Friincc.
Sweden,
Nony.
' Al0, Passage TK'kf U from
Liverpool, London, Havre, Anttcerp, Hie wen
ami Hamburg, to New J'crA,
Or to an) point W1.
nffCollecllons made on any point in lirere.
ATTORNEYS-
JLLHX, WEIUJ A: Hl'TLEll,
AITOKNI'.VS AT LAW.
Oftlcr In Itrnaa Xrw lliillillnfr,
Corner of Weieiith street and Ci.rnmerelal Aenue
W..1. Allen
II. Wnl.na
Wrl'li, (CAIKI). II.I
r, 1
l..IMInllrr
I..'ldlf
J-ULKKV, AVALL A: W1IKKLKK,
1 A TI'0 K N I : VS AT L A W,
.lon.v II. -MruKKV, "I
(Jko. "W. W'au, CAIRO, ILL.
Sam' I. P. Wiikklkk, .1
Olllee Uoiil,i "il fl Wliitrr'. lllocU.
le. ronf
WM. II. OIlKKN. w- " MKT-
Q.HKEK OILUKUT,
Attorneys ntnl Coiiiisi'llors'itt law,
Oniro. XXlixxolw.
Special iitti olioB jfiien ivJldiii. rally and Ste.imlrfiat
husirii -
Oltlee mi Olilo hriir, Itiinills '4 nml I
;i.!.tf i:(yjitliii HliieU.
Jjl K. ALlUUtillT.
Attoruoy vx Xinw.
Culm, lllliiuls,
Sl'KCI.M. ATTKNTION lilVKN T(iCOl.l.KUXi.
Oltlrr, rnrner iif IVilli l. "ml "Wnsli. A v.,
In I'l. Mhaniie..) new llri-k.
tan-tHif
LUMBER.
W
VT1LLIAM W. THOHNTON,
Wholesale and Iletail Dealer in
3T- xx xxx To o x BhinRlos
LATH, TIJIHEIl,
Cedar I'o.H, Doom, Hnali, IIIIikU nnil Win-
Ofllce on Tunlli St root,
Hctwcen Commercial nnil Washington Aiemie,
CVt.'0, ILLINOIS.
Aoi.st ran
?mA- Ilivcr Paper Company' Sheathing Felt
IM
(lUAUTi CUMK.NT.
H. W. John's Improved Hoolln;,'
M
A.ticstos Cement ulwi ' IhhI
In large or small ipmntlties.
dtfaf'Ce
. GAS FITTERS.
rtHANOKOF FIHM.
C. V. VKASI3lt it CO.,
Ihmiii; pnremviod tin-eniav . k ..ml i,iui. -uf
Aug. Knraineyer, are prered to '. u.. ml- or
Gas a ti tl S t o a in Pitting.
Ill net ami wmkrai,! ke ,.,nner We are iNo pie
iU I i.. ep.urall I 'I I ' . n" ' S , ;1.,rrv
r r.i vow n ,i l.a.se having -" " '
i-en.w I I'll '' pi iar.li Ml
I i - ( 1 Ii ' i
COMMISSION AND FORWARDING
E.
li. HUN MUCK S: CO.,
FOKWAllDIXO AND COMMISSION
ovr 33 o ii -a. jx t e
AND
M- H A 11T -BOA T P U 0 P U 1 11 T 0 K S,
Cnlro, Illinois.
I'rompt attention elcn to Kornnllng orsulotn
consignments. jaiill-t
II
"TA LL1 DAY llllOTH KHS,
; i :.v h 1 6.1 1 a i :xts,
roinvAiuuxi; and commissioa
3VC 33 n O I-I A KT v s
70
TO
Cixo, XlJLlxxoir.
dilVMtf
PHYSICIANS.
0 KM. SMITH A: (JOltDON,
PHYSICIANS AND SI'IKJEONS,
Office, corner of F.igb.th ttrect and Oh'o Levee
W. K. fMlTH Itesulenee o. Jl Thirteenth tret,
tx-twern Wa-hinirton and Wa'nut
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