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Office, 225, Washington Avenue, Democrat Hall ; Editorial Rooms, Ohio Levee, over Barclay's Drug Store. DAILY EDIIIM. MONDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 558,- 1SG8. JOHN II. OBERLY & CO. " .Cmro railroads nv Tin-: tiioOsaxd. Tlio l'ailucnli 'Herald' says: ' Tlio road from Vliiccnuo.s toJ'aducah will io liuilt within tlio noxt two years, wo linvo 110 doubt. It l highly probiibm that n brunch f It will be built to C'nlro." Tho editor of tho I'aducah 'Herald' who i very upt in that line could not, for his life, fonecivc 11 moro rldiculou brueo of sen teneo Tliny do not spring from itfnorniiee. Ibrlnknjwf. in tho llrjt phteo, that there in , no charter for a road from I'aducah to Vln cenncK. that ilmro is no company under any general law to build such a road; that, nccoa rarily, them U no capital provided for such a purpose- that thorn i no man rath enough to c.nl. nd'Uar In shp1i mi witiirjirWe, and lastly t'.at there I no earthly n"ct.aify for mk'i n road, Iiirth,rinorf ho knows, ni itil'y r.i any nmn, thm tint, road from Cairo to Vnuiimts U rapidly becoming n reality j 'In Mpnny h formed awl tho money pr v, I j f ) build it; that it undi r contract, uid tint all along tho linn hundreds ot labor ( n a 1 paring it for tho up"Ttri:cture. "Tho Paluah and Vinoennos railroad, with ij.r." , branch to Cairo!'' What a solid! lied lui . of almirdity that 'Herald' man ist Hut hu is takon, at time, with "railroad at tar!, c "id lnHJomes an object of pity. At r i ' p'riods lie twenrs that there never v.t. . 1 1 ir " whnn the rcnl Itiith, burdened to r ' tiiigrit not Imvn roachod I'aducah; ,n 1 ' v voire to an imagination that pic nirt 1 r , 'r -ads branchlm otit from that city .nir.Koi; from the hub of a carriage. Ho tin 11 fp .k.i of the Mobile Je Ohio railroad ut I'aducah, with branch to Columbus; be rate tl.ci MinoU (.'antral oompauy for delay ing tl " b'liMIng of their iiihIii trunk to l'adu cab, a ,1 for ojH;rntlnic their brnnoli to Cairo! C- .11. il mdagoi and "fciml-abttlncnca" ii 'I'- - 1 r him, but n Mrmauent euro lint 1.. - f ,'.1 1 irntMlblfl. From tho braeo'of . . -qnotei w MMthut th "tit ' l . . ' . hint. All pity, but nono can cure t ii. UilPiRIAl. PAItAniCAPIlS. I Ii 1 1 1 1 p on (.ruin. ' .i .1 l'hilli)i Mcwptod Umat a Um .11 . .i. n-o very ungrclouly, and now t 1. ,ii rut ( ant,r upon Ui ilati of t'n 1 i ion to which h wm eletrL' th 1 1 .. ileal bvtrayt hi dutrutt f him 1 , I. tint eornr" pornilt tbn tn- .r - . law to remain tJlinijM-ulr 1. He t , " u tfinptatian n the way of tho , ' . t that might originate the i.:.in(U)nln tac mdical .tandard, nr. J v 1 1 lutantlr kp within hu vlw 1 ,1 ?. 'rwtmH'' tbotrld We do to. Every inaUa by U Lroadett contUuc- n-titntional granf. muitbooon--1 1 in i: ngrvt, and rery tnvr, not vi f l .i: th"xc'Dtivv by tho clearctt and . s i I ti rina mnat bo wratd from him. X" ' ..1 jart-, My- IhllHps i iirogrea , nli. yet only at tha thratholii of iU I' ( '.ml cannot kp place with It, he i if liv.-Ud of the power to retard Its - r It puriwe. In short, Won- I i r i -uriomly apj.rhetul that his li v., hi the election of (i rant, 'vauht ;.'.t sh'iuM b hedge! in rloxdy , ;.r.'4k the party coiilhi and heoome , .-t ncH iitor of th wll! of the whole 'id nut the creature of deign!cg a. id fanatic. i j 1 1 1 ot i il ' Tlmr In Tniiiemrr, IS-nvniow domain" continue. t Ikj tho it i f tin1 foulett orime and the tnott bloody tin. t i nts that ever fllruowl civilisation. 11m Uranny and the uiifeellug brutality of ' i f l-'ritraier have driven the intclliveut jxrt.on of the people to the verge of detruc lion. Their livo and liberty eem hinged . -'j tl, trf-ngth of their giavd right arni, '! I tii e failing they become tho victims of iba'-KirK dcupotbm. Im Mei(s county, ono day last week a tr ' lj M-.-urre4 in which lx live woro-lcot. tJbtviiigu tyrannical edict, an otllcer attempt li arrpitt of a fpilet, reputable citixou of Ivi Firry, uiieotl, forxoth, of Ku Kl ..n prm-livitiee. Knowing that mero r it i.. n wn tMuUmoiuit to conviction the , tslc!iian r iiitl. Friend Hooked to Ixjth 5ub tlr- arms -ware ufl, and fix :rin, then ii. 1 tliiTr. Int thoir live. I)itlluii of Triiiir,u' . , f T.if TfinieMee legilaturo well convone m . nth, when a ttrenuous cirort will be iiii'l t, oi uru.thu jiamige of u law looking 1 1! Ti att"n f a new xtatoout of KastTon i - . Tin- citiaeiu of that section almoit inanlmouxly favor the uKiratlou, but do not o m ov. r-sanguine of eucce. Tim Jlitnlcrer of'JIcfJcr. Whaler, the convicted murderer of D'Arey McOc.. hitj iM.u further roipitotl until, the ist of Pebr;iary. Argumont" upon hU uppli- at'ion for an appeal will bo heard boforo a lull court or appeal on tho 31st inst. ,i . ' ' Cirmii'M Cnliliii i. I'ri'iinncnt radical loader aro manifenint: cTt-.tt solicitude about U rant's cabinet. Thoy ir.. full of Kiiggeitlons, mill ply the president -t nut ingonioiulyintho hope of drawing ut oi hini wm intiinatlon uS to tho-"statua h.Uottlwl .upon. uA( yyt jl.pylmvo hpt ii fl'AViagle word on fliat subject. ' Tim tnoral's Up aro sealod upon' nil govern " i' nt.il t"pliM oxeopt that of "horu." The " P"fl Im obtained currenoy, however, that ' infui'iiu d u congroMiiittii, deep in hU confl. that ho had not yet kettled upon u m.:lo Individual to whom ho lutoudi to ten t. u cabinet iosltiou. Ho is, vory wisely 1,1 think, obtoiiiing tha opinions and sontl uients oV other without o.vpruseing anv of his own. 1 b VUf Culiau ItcvoliKinu, Tho motl r govcrnnaut treutul tho itisur- rcctlon in Cuba with contempt until il ac quired a foot-hold that promised to involve the wholo Wand. To-day tho rebels aro a power thr.t is moving from ono success to an other, with such rapidity and complctcncas that their ultimato permanent triumph h not among ihe thihgH most-improbable. Aided now from abroad, they would not descend into a disorganized rabblo ns otherwiso they may may do, Jjut achieve their independence. Tlio chief object of the robelllon has not clearly developed itself. It Is alleged thst it is the abolition of slavery, and that tho movement owes its paternity to tho radical theorists bo longing to tho lodges of frco masons scattered throughout tho island, they availing themscl vo of the socrtoy in which tho doings of that order is enshrouded to glvo tho project u broad footing, before it could como to tho knowlcdgo of the mothor government. Do this as it may tho people of thin country can watch the pro gress of the rebellion with nono other than feelings of deep concern. "Wliilo they would not havo tho white race there suiTer tho horrors sure to follow as tho result of Immediate genor nl emancipation, they would opjwse no obstaclo in tho way of thoir indejiendenco of Spanish rule. That island and tho otheis forming tho Wont India group como within tho scope of tho M mir oo doctrine, and aro cannidored therefore much in tho light of fruit that la ripening, by revolution, for our enjoyment. yj: ws 1'ajia oiiaj'Jis. CillnM ft'iin oiirIut-tti'l.'i?rttia. .1Ilnl.litil mill Alnlimnn. lix-(Jovornor Sharkey is in AVashington at the iuitatico of the reconstruction commit tee. Ho will bo called upon to testify in ref erence. to thu condition of nirairs in Alabama and Mississippi. Thr Aiimi ly I'rorlnmnt loll. The promulgation of the amnesty proc'a inatlon meets tho cordial npjiroval of nil con servative men in Wellington, It is freely dicuftl overywhore, Uiiding muiiy Imiors vr outhidt, the domocratic party. lllooily Allrn). Two very bloody nhootltig ari'ray occurred In Xashvillo on Chrietma eve. Two jw.rtic ipatir in a mu.kefl ball exchange! shoU, sa rioutly wounding n bytHiler and breaking up the ball la a row. A colored fireman named I'riceJ Woolon w hot on .Sumner atreet, in that city, on thu tame evening, and killed iiutantly by Ah'. Gleavet, a member of the ktum com pany. He hwl prevhuly a. milted and -tabbod Cleave with a knife. - .V jury of in queal roni,unccd the killing juttitiablo horn! oWe. . nUtri'DtliiK Cnualt). Thfiwily of John .MeDonakl, rociding in the Mtuthern xrtlon of l'hilndulphla, was utt'ocatfid by coal gaj, Christmas night, which hatt eetapetl from the tovc in tho room In which they were sleeping. One daughter is dead, another dying, and the other members of the family are lying in a precarious con dition. ClirUluin Alirontl. Chrism wat very generally observed, particularly in tho largo oitlw. In I'hiladel phia Ko new ly partookiof.a sumptuous ilinin r at 'he 'Ledger' building. The cm pluvo of the'Ledgi-r oatablUhment were the rMpttnti of gifts acgrttfating 10,000, from the proprietor, Mr. Childs. We give plain to an article of muiio length on the subjoct of a normal university In "Kgypt." ami ak fir it the attention of every one intretel in tho great eau-e of jioptilar education. The ncce.lty for tho ellbrt being made In that bhalf neefl nyt be nrguetl. It i apiwrent to anv one who studies tho broad aron of our state, its immense and rapidly growing population, ami the standard attained by onr general educational cystem. Tho nur may.'hool, at Normul, has aoeomilihwl a great work, but it U unequal to tho domaniU itself has iecnioned. Southern Illinois too remote to enjoy its advantage hu learned it. iioteucy in tho otlucatlonal world, and must have a liko agency to work within her own Wdir. It is duo tons. Wo have never lieen-a persistent suppliant for statu boun ties, but for this object we shall ask, contl dontly expecting to receive nuch conaidora tlut ii our cause may command. j rrrrKKSoiv d.ivis. o UUI.iihl Council oftVnr. Mr. Davis reaeluvl Abbeville on the llrst of May. Si far he had been accompanied by the fragment of five brigades amounting in number t less than one 'thousand men, and reorganized into two battalion, at tho front and In rear of tho long train which signaled lii flight and foolishly olntruotcd his effort at ojcape Thuro wero. already painful ovi deitces of tho demoralization of the ooort, and the story told almost at every mile, by stragglers from Johnston' command, was not calculated to inspiruthom. At Abbevillo Mr. Darin reolvod upon a council of war. It was composed of th" live brigado commander and (Seneral Braxton Bragg (for tho year past tho "military advisor'' of tho l'rcsldout) va. admitted to his lastsccno of tho doliber i ations ot the h$ causo. In tho conn i-4Vtr. Davis Vnoko' with moro than hi- accustomed facility and earnestness, Imnired bv hone, but without volubility or extravagance.. Ho madoa statement, Qf.sur. msslng-plaiMbllity. -The Koitth.-lio declared, was sutleriiiir irum a i.;n.v , it yet uau re- kourcoi to continue the war: it was for thoso who remained wjth ,ar,m in- their hands to givoan example to reanimate others j such an act of dovotion, besides being tho most iil)Hinu LhiiiL' in history, mluht yet savo tho countrv, and cr.oct;agaln ltjruoolining revolu tion. 'It it but necessary," ho Mild, "that tho bravo men vet with mo should renew their determination to continuo tlio war : tlioy will be a nucleus for rank! reinforcements, and will raise tho lentil of reanlmatlon for tho whole countrv." Ku ono of tho council answered him at length; the ropllo of tho commander wero almost sunk to whispors. Tho scono was be coining painful, and it was at Inst agreed that cacn in Jii turn should announco nis ue cision. Unch answered n-Wly, roluctnntly, in tho negative. Tho onljvwords addod wero that, though they considered tho war hope less, thov would not dltyahd their men until they had guarded' tho President to a placo of safety. "o," exclaimed Mr. Davis, passionately, "I will listen to no. proposition for my wifety. L appeal to you for tho cause.of tho countrv." Again ho urged the commanders to accept his views. "We wero silent," says general Basil Duke, one of tho council, "for wc could not nrco with him, and wo rptpected him too much to reply." Mr Davis stood erect, raised his IuiikIh to his head, as if in pain, and suddenly exclaim ed: "All hope is gone 1" adding haughtily, "I seo tho friends of tho soulb aro prepared to consent to her degradation j" and then swoop ing tho company with a proud and despairing glance, ho attempted to pas from the room. Hut the blow was too much for his fceblo organization. UU faco was white with anger and disappointment, and tho mist of unshed tears was in his eyes tears which jirido struggled to keep back. The scutlmont that all was lost wunt through his heart like tho slow and measured thrust of a sword ; as tho wound sunk into it, it left him speechless; looio and tottering, ho would havo fallen to the floor, had not general Breckinridge ended tho Fcetio by leading him faltoring from tho room. In a dead and oppressive illence tho deserted Inador, the fallen chief, secured a de cent retreat for agonies which tears only could relieve. THE XATIO.vfib FIXAXC'JGH. Tho Prnposltlnu to Tax llic IlomU Let ter frnni C.rlirrnl JItitlti-. Kronitli Notlmiid Iulflllpfnfer, llrecmlmH. Tho following is a letter from General But lar on tho finances: "Wi.iliiiiiftfiti, Diiioinber 10, lfioa. ".li Dear Sir I am always happy to wcl como'jttst, manly and couihlornto crltloiims upon my public acts. Vours are so mingled "with kindlier and consideration that I wero elinmclo) to do otherwise. Let mo atsttro 'you, howovur, that you are discussing a sub ject flnanie which yott do not and I do un doraiaml to some degree, onoupiii which you dj not oven know the views I hold. T ven ture thl-f tutsertton hecauo you my: 'Uncle Sam wilt novtr tax thu lntoreetou hisbondj.' That is proci-ely wlinl ho utdo nndceerun dfiK si nco tho rebellion. 110 hat alway taxed tho IncoitiQ on thu lond, and I know of n other income fr'in a Ixjhi but the intori nt do you? That was at flat tuxed at 1 ni ooht., when we wc re idling tho bondt; after ward rni.-ed to 3 ivr cent. When wo got through wiling them wo more than troblod the amount of tax, you wu. Tot no man or paper lirned u word that this was repudia tion or dlthoneit. Aiidvfliy? Virit, because It was m-lllier; seloudlv, aiiil mainly, because, in fact, we only taxed titer' consclouue of the holder of the l"ond i. r., wo taxed only the income which the cfinsciehce of the holdor compelled him to swear he had when hoinndo hi return to tho nsseor. 1 aw, thoriforo, that the good and oon-cieiitlotts alone )otd an V tax on the income derived from bond. I found frm thu returns that n just revenue from tlu bond.-, would lie, In ISO 1 and IS 05, say ?l,'.no,riooj that at 11 per cent, wo got only $7,i)00, and In 1S05 nnd 1SCC, when wo diould have had, say fl, 700,000, we got only $183,000. That is, only one hoId In ten of income wa roturnctl when tho tax was li er cent. When the tax .was raised to 5 jier cent, on incomes l put tin- eaicumttnu some what thus: it lj percent, will make nine men in ten mako false return of income on their look, what will & per cent, tax do? lou can cipher it out by the Ttilcoi three at your b ituru. I prupo-e t" make thu income tax on the bonds 10 per t ent., and why? Be catie they tw'.d no tax, state or municipal, and I thought that taxation should Ihj equal ized. The howl of repudiation, dlhotiety, swindling, was raised nt oneo, and whorcforof I had only proposed to double tho present In- t'ouuilax on the bonJ.. Congress imil before trebh'd It, and not a word was aid againt the right of pmpriety of mi doing. Again, resorting to the 'rule of three,' if doubling tho tax Is dishonesty, repudiation and swin dling, whutenmu w.u tripling thu same tax? But when T proposed doubling tho income tax only, how tho rascals howled repudiation! et never a wont wnen congress treoiou it. What, then, was tho reason? Becr.uso the racali did not euro a cupper for any income tux which onlv tuxetl thu conscience of the holder of the bond. . Thoy laughed nt the net whii H only iitught (juilgvti-: hut I tletir- mlued nut ti bu cheated, and theroforu pro- jmsed to have my income collected by tho treasurer, by withholding it from tlio coupon when hu was called upon to pay thu Inture-t on tho boinl. '1 hat mailo . everybody pay equally none would uicupo then. How thu raeal shrieked and yollcvl In agonv nbout reiuidlatlon and dlshouenty. Then the Sam A urds and gold gamblers wore In travail for ii candidate against ine, Then Dana vn put on tho cour.iO. Then Hawley and Curtis wrote. Then Kilnatrlck and overv other scoundrel orated tllroughout tho district, and tho Advertiser,' Springfield 'Hepubllean' nnd New York 'Times' lavishly launched leaden libels against myself nnd constituents. But in vain. Tho income tax, honestly col lected, and It could not have been ovaded, would have given upward of $13,000,000, whoro wo do not get 1, (ioo,ooo now. How many such camlidiilc, newspapers, orator and prater as w had Interfering In llm at', fairs of thu fifth di.triot do you think the dif ference, $12,000,000, would and did buy to oppose my scheme of taxation? How mieh calumny and abuse from huUVstarvcd Boho minux would that sum bring to cry out repu diation, and pridsu thu sacrednosa of obliga tions, of which not ono of their own wat over 'khowTi'to fulfil?" CARPENTERING. lOII-V MADDIJN." . . .Xlhin.WWKLF'ril ' NVilKlWr UUTWKUX l'01tl4tU.TltHKa' AMI WAliK(lTl)N mkiiiwii innijiigif.iiMriMirin if ii -.r.i yr.yMii REAL ESTATE AGENCY, ETC. iJOHM-rXN ,CO.f: KEAFi F.STATE AOMNTS AUcflONlIKUS. lluy aud scil Heal Katato, yny Tiucoh, furnish Ab striiots of Title, anil iiretwo Coaveyiuicet of all knuls. Olllco .No. 7 1 I'M Hour) Ohio Lorce. declliltf FIRE INSURANCE. IV. il.JIXori'U. II. ll.Cniidcf. 0 1AKDKE i: MOltl'.IS, Notaries TiiliHc and Insiirnnco Agents. Cairo, Xlllnoia. OFFICE Ao. 71 Ohio Lcvce, City National Jlatik IluiUliny. dec21tf gOUnfWKSTEUN CAIRO, ILLINOIS. STOCK COMPANY INCOKI'OItATED 1S0 OASII CAPITA I,, $200,000! I). Ilimi), Pri sliti nit U.S. IIAltltKM., Vict! I'i-ikIiIiiiI) .l..iri:H S. HHAItnKN", Scrnlnryi WOOUItlTTKNlIOUSK, TrtUMiucr. laiun tap i.nst I'xionlniiiaKO byfire.iiniltlio.porlls 6! InUml tiaviKrvti'in nml triiortntloii. Oilier In Vlulrr' Illocl Commercial Ave. ileo2l'CHltf B-"loomixot byTi "xsukaxce co3i l'AXY, Bloom in Eton, XXI. Authorized Cniit:il 500,000 Palil i.u tiiul Sciuc'tI....ljjllOO,000 JOUS i:. McCLUX, Prdtnt. GEO. II'. I'AIlh'i:, Viec-l'retulent. LUMAS JlUIUt, Secretary. PllTEll FOLSOM, General Agent. UIIIKCTOIW John j:. McClna, Amlid Orlilley, Ore. W. l'urke, IlotM-rt 11. LnlliAin, John M. Soott, Jolm MoKotin, biivdl IHw l, Clmrli" W. HoMen, Isoao Vuuriliiil. I'lIlNCll'.VI. ST'H;KHOLIElfc-ClHirlf W. HoMen, (hlr Hmiif 'lltnlt. llKxiintnictf.n, 111.; Anhl (irtilley. 1'reaSilciit Miil-ami County Hunk, lllnftin Lnn-n, 111.; .!..- W. r- II, Nmiml, 111.; Hon. Dnriil Dm ir, JuitifeUuhKlSlotKiiiirpnieCoiitMlloom luclos, lU.i Jultu K McClun, Hluniniaittnti, III ; -frf' w l'ikf, Jlinmiintfii, 111.: llol-frt I- Willmmi, IlleeuuDldnn. Ill : Julin M. -"ott, JihIk wit jit.ii ...i rvn ii, I'linimiiijtinM, in.; J.unina llnrr, IMrintngtn. III. yinattstm 3oc Ist.X-OQ. Init"l SMm Mfii Tnn1 hnnrkrt vnliif)... Jiojon CO loi.itt i.uuaty 10 mi em, ikul CndilUlSf.. Li'i'iii IM M'.rf.-iji on t'n IWilnN rri i:l l:nl". u irlh nt lt vIOUwl ' 0hft?lliik l"rmailin ihic from AjstMili1 OrCi'i riiruiiure - - 8,000 PJ 00.QCO 6,7 M 41 I.OHI DM'AlIi othkuhbiits or .....NOSU. COMPANY NU.VK. THIS TOMPANY U now iir-nwrtxl u l..ua IVlitHes on r"ailmtfii Mi l xmtiil, ir UntMlnkv, Mir ciukfliiivtt, ,lv , n-on m low rntvi m miv rwclwimlUu enintMUIjr. It l the oWcct of ihe Iilr-.'tic of tliN roinimay to fun, .Ii tin p "'lt of tlnn i.e'.oiMvuhaHvfonuil rclla We Horn CVmfinjr. Tliolltnitils ot Uollar Arc Miim.il if i nlio t lie Iiit, fur no better or mfcr innriui' ' ilinu i nil' n -I ! Hi.x C"iiim:iy. Al'pllfnlionf iktHvH an-l Pnllele ttnirxl hy JOII.V P. lllil.V, iliv'.ltr AflKNT ATCAIIIO.II.I. iwwnuaMMinM GROCERIES. pAV CASH and SAVE MONEY! To My Old Customer ami thu I'ulillc (Jriu rnlly t HaTlniflfnfia4ntfl to my fRllr l tfietiot tlwit I rumiot louunue luum on tlrtcrlil ntni, 1 lmu tin rf"re rviilvffl ltit nu mvl nfutr Jtnuary lat, 1 WH.I.8BI.I. KOHCASH O.NLV. 1 exitoetto ktrtiulwl tli Kpp) vnat In tlm vrny of r,rK'rie, wnl vtill M.-II ehoHr tl.nn any man ho rmdlt-. ffault your own mwtwt hy ) in'ciiili for vllA iMrfmillt1. Myiuelluwilllx': Hcaily Cnli,lulcU.SnIi' nml fimiill I'rollU. lM30d - -I- II. METOAI.I PERIODICALS. BITISH I'EIMODICALS. The r.oiiilou Clunrlerl)' Hevlcw, The Killnliui'Kh lti vlcw. Tho Wcktmliikter Kct lev, AND ISInrkuooil'if Kill n lnu 1" Miignzlur. Thorfprmu of the tabling qnartprlitrtAnil liluek wmi.l ut" ih'W in l'KPnW.' i.i ul! who ili'jurf to keoji thfionolt' fnllj inl inn"! oU rcpinl to Hip Kreiit Kiililt-tn i.f tiehiv,i vi-. . by tin, lMtliflariiiiit wHitn4it tlilnkrri In (!r.t llriuim. The conlrlliiitiirf in lh' w "f Hi""' HeiifM urn men who Ktanil ut the hfi'l "f ih li"' "f Knt.'lih w riter on SWi-wv. It lihii. An, uo.l Unit, rat liiu.rfttuR 'an l wliatewri worihv uf iliM'UMiuu flii.lt attviitioa in the pngot of thpw Ih-MPHf nn.t llliU'kwno.1. The vurlMy Is eOfrrent that no Hil- ritir nun fail I" l h.Ui.IIi .1. Tin'' iwn.i lkiilH r. i.nm"l with thonmsh fi.Ii'llly tolhulkiivl li'pj-. I m ort'iTiil nl j.rli'W wlileh liito thfiiiirilLiurciuh of all. Kr i.y cM.ii f ih ltfn. J l ) ir minimi. For uuv two i.f Hie Km "" . ' " Hrtrnnvtlire.'iif the It. n. w- I'l e0 " l'.ir uU f.ir of Uf ltoU - li r..r Hlin kwi" l'ii Mu8ftt.il'.... I Hor Itlw kwo.l nml om llnl.'W-... 7 W " l'ut ltltt.Uwno.1 i.bU any two of Hie Ilevlow I" 01 Ker Ul.u'lwi".l ami Hire uf ihe Houim , 13 W . I'lirWi.. Uwxl sal lh'' far He- vlm- I6 lw ciiirus. . A ill- f'ln.f twwity ixrriit. will lw alliiwml to cjuW t fwnr ur iiiiti' ui'fwms. , Tim. lu"r ooi IIIM'Kaa.M, or I'fuiii' lU'Tii'ii, will U mitt to niio ml- ..n-.fi.riUH... lUiyi-AdK. ', HrtlM, r l.f t -h .'ilil f)riy bv thf iutrti'r. "it tho of fUm ofil-' v.ry ThelWu'.' ioiiuy lUrlof iheUulWil Hlntiw h T oC'inlh a munuj 'Huh rnU only up. plioj ' to inrr.iit Mil.ripiloan. 1'or )mM nlmiWw the iHKbue it 'luull'- 1 .VoHnl.jrlr Many two of lliotlniro irli.lifnlH f.irlWJ ivui br i.utiiUJ to v.j. i. rittlKwir wu ef Konr X rti-wi. f..r 1.W. .V. wSabMir'bers to all flvo of Iho I'MHtln-ida for nw kpoIto, kratlt. Wlack- Pnii.rlU.rtiiwy. -y iPl 'J "'( ''rly Vk rtln ",l'k , A of lb.' Uw1WM r.ttn Juury, i...m vi'my 1 nifll tif 111 utt. ....I1 MuKiOin-fn.iii JJnuiarv. liB. t. lMrtHi ,,r.lHte.athikllw 'irrnitmihrIiioiil.r.o U iiiniiUB,iirrrni 1 1 - '"."" -;i , ; Rl..sh!i. S pr :ii.iM..i.uilvtflHlll.Jhjl. THE J.K()N'AK W0TV lmAmm M. ! . -I. Ill Ifl. .!.... CI.. . ii 'W. V.1 1 Tin' I..H. I'l'Il. C't). J inl.l It llV , ' Tin. l;,A163II3irS'GU)lIJE, ." ti. ii. tin,, hi. i.li. us i.f llchnliarish. uiul thu latuJ.l. .Nurtoti, of Yftli- ClU'o. voln., Knysl Ot'tftTO, IW anil litnnur'.'i vhvimioi. ' Pri..H37 f. r lh- Iw.voN by mall. ooit nalil. ?f. mil nr 1" 1 PRINTING. POSTERS. pOSTEKS, Of 10 very Dticrliitlon, l'rlntcil at tho oirteo of tho C.ilro Ilullctln. DRY-GOODS. JTEW AKBIVALSI 21 KW AUBIVALS CllhlST3IAS AND IfElV YEAli'S (f()0I)S -. AT i GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! . 33 Xj XJ X , 122 Coiniucrclal Avenue, InformM the cltUetiH of Onlrn mid vicinity tlmt ho liaf on haml ono of the Inrgont unil lwt awril tUmkot Dry d'ooil.s, Fancy (iootls nnd Xodmis, In Bnullirrn IlllnoM, whloli heoHfrs at trleo Hint will ilefy competition. Wo will jell Print-, for It hranilo, nt frmn...8 to lsVfin nrU wlilo IlIfHPhwl Miitlui at ijjS, Hf-ftvyyaril wl.lo filiating nt is A II -wool Haiinol at -j, vj Whlto Ill:inl;( t.i per taur, .nt f.i jo IBril -.lr.fl nll-tviiol ilnuhlo MunvN i,t 1 25 Ncwulylo ImlieV Clonk nt S3 lOnal uimnnlt flood I,l!iryut . Klr?nnt nml very henry clumRonliln anil flc- .... Ufu'l rojilltiMier anl, rroiiu... ..35to0o Pilk l'opllnt at 7i, (iood fnril-wMa . Merino nt 4nu Alnrgo nvortincnt of Blnck nml Colored Alpncns nt 25 cents AN'OUI'WAUIW, Ami niimeroiM oUierMjlM of UreMi. Oooili eorfc pfinillagly low. , All-liiin ItitnilkerolilfN nt ' All-lliifii Touflmg, ptriunl, nt Ooo-l T.iiile I,lnn Iri.h I.lnrn, ynnl wlili, AII- oi it UvIIfm' Jlerlnn How, Mcriiu tTmlvrnliirHniiil IimttcM 10s' , .'IJo IfWj' lSj- , aofj "V ' 'u t -,! 'i: Alw, a Uri' aortiiifnt of Pancy OoocIk, LACES, EMIlItOIDEIUES, lllllliOXS, VEI. VETS, FHLVGES,- a imps, SATIX rillMMIXCS JIUTT0XS, Ete" AIcxniHlci Klil Olove ....9t ?s French Unmet i no Itounil Conttu C And all other 6VW OfjrrfsHWtyy low. It l therefor!- to th int -iiiiif HVrry wraon iMyiitK Kooiln to mil at r 122 Coimiioi cliil AvcKius Ilofore lMiyliijj l.eli. rf. nt nmney ravod Im iimnty iiimli'. Tiinnlefiil forth. litH-ml iNitroiiiK.' liciv(ffiro ex toDiIdl to w, we h' I" ri-i-t ive thu fhiiiii In future. .ImOrilfillf r.. m.ti.ir. BOOKS. jOU EVEUYTHINti IX ! TI3 BOOK XX1ST3 I iH 11 AS SOS'S. ihH!srctf No. Ill n toMNiH -ni. Avr.xttr.. mtn t iM. ii i n n i m hi, ii EDUCATIONAL. s OUTHEKX ILLINOIS TEAtHIEK. An IMiu-fttiiinid Journal. i,iililliibf.l Bnnil-MMlhlv at tint uily of Uiuro, nri ilmoinl to th InlcnM of tw ('iviit Causo of Kiliientlim In Soiitltiirn IIHiik. Nu iwiik wUIUnirtJil toniiikj. thlsjoiinikl n (inworfnl nut tnllilMitiiil iluntrtlaitldiim tlio prliiuipln. of UiIumiimis to Him jiiipriiMiiiniakijf Dip I Ii e iiikiIiimI ! H'h.il In-lrn. Hon, hhiIIii llifiwl Tntiocniont of nil rufiHliin tiit I ho olvralion if tut kUnJar.l in "I') pt." j uUiwcr.iiTiu.N. SIuk1 Piiop nl r, inn- i .ir SI 0 Club nfort-r fiv nml iin.lfrSii n vcur to nun nililrvMi ..,.... 1 ii Clllbof OliT iO, nil.- Ji-ar, t" uli" i.Mri , 1 1J Trriut, I'nyalili. In Ailvniicit. Tim lirt niiiiilr w ill bv nuniii saiur.liiy, ..'.tli liifl. JoKI.ii. JIOlUiAN,. Enirou asi rnoritunoi ilixltf Calm, 111. 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