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JOHN H. ODEBLY, Editor.
IIknrt Waiih Ukkciiku's case comes
to trial to-morrow.
The rcventio rewlpts for the month of
Pecember were $8,081,0150.
Sk.vatou Carl Schurz has In eoutempla-
Uon apolitical history of the United
Wahmouth has made a half million of
dollars mid a rujiiilnllon for bcln iiltuil;
unprincipled, during his residence In Xew
Tiif. Kcv. jTTv. Alvord. president for
evcral years ot the Freedineu's savings
bank, became Insane recently and Is con
fined in an asylum.
Thk llarrisburg Chronicle says more
buslncFs was douo on the C. & V. road,
during the months of November and De
cember, at that station, than ever before,
both in freight and passengers.
The symptoms in Chicago point to a
renewal of tho crusade there soon. What
encouragement the ladies tontid In the re
sult of last winter's efforts In that way
gainst Intemperance, It Is dllllcult to
This Harrlsburg Ciroiiicle endorses
the opinion of Thk Hui.i.kt:n on tho
common bchool question, and "has long
been contending that tho high
chool ideas of our leading educators are
ruining our common sclioou."
FniNCK Alfonso, son of ex-Queen Is
abella, has been proclaimed king of Spain,
and Is recognized by all tho forces com
prising tho armies of the North and the
Center. The navy Is favorable to the new
king and Ids adherents bellevu that Carl-
ism has received its death below.
In Eomo pathetic "holiday musings"
the Ioulsvllle Courier-Journal refers to
poor little Charley Koss. and says "there
li not a mother in Louisville who docs
nothughcr Infant closer to her bosom
when she thinks ofttiat forlorn little wan
derer. There 1 not one who would not
restore the absent loved one if the could "
les, and take the twenty thousand dol
lars reward In a minute.
WABiii.vfiTO.v advices state that the
Government revenues for December are
much less than usual. The Internal rev
enuo receipts will reach $9,000,000, but
tnero Is a wonderful decrease In the Cm
toms revenue. Tho receipts from that
source will bo less than In December,
1873, after tho September panic. Ono
eauso assigned for this diminution Is the
Increase of smuggling; but tho principal
reason given at the trcamry department
Is the very general practice of economy
throughout tho coqntry, and the uncer
tainty of tho financial situation, which
compels Importers to contract their busl-
net,ij order that they may adjust It lo
the shifting value of thu currency. It Is
quite poMlblo that tho December debt
itateinent will how an Increase of tho
national debt. RUch a statement will do
much to prevent ura passage of thu sub
ul!e. Kt'wmembci i would vote subsl
die In the face ol nu lncrcainK debt.
Messus. Foster, Phelps and l'otter are
now Investigating tho state of amdrs hi
Louisiana. The Investigation ko far re,
TtoU nothing' new upon the subject. The
vltnc.e8 cxninlucd testify tliat thn Wlilto
League was formed for defense ami ten-
protection, mid not for the. piirpon' or
overthrowing the Ifrllnirg government.
iHopl wcits In terror uf theMelroiiol-
police, who commuted many out-
rapes. It appears that many negroes
voted the Democratic ticket, and many
these, hv the testimony of
comnvindlnrt ofllcer of the White
League, applied to him for protection
ngalnst the ltadlcals who were lncencd
niHilnt. tlicin for do hur m. the s-ninu
gentleman tetlt1e that the limlncs of
Now Orleans has stlliereil greany, aim
that the dccllmi has been eaued by bail
government. The gentlemen of the com-
mltteo have decided toconllnctncir lnvcs- ot
tlgatlon to thn Returning Hoard and the rounding country Is advancing in wealth -White
League, and evince a disposition and Importance. The Improvement,
to arrive at n fair and unbiased conclu
Amvsterv connected with the Nsuance
of thy President s late message Iscxelt-
iiiL' comment and Innuiry. 'ine Aomfim
Times pupllf-hed a synopsis of the ntcs-
rj - '
s.iffc. Its publication in Madrid caused
great excitement In that city, mid much
criticism In the English and continental
press, thcI,reldciit'Hilleus.slonof Cuban
aflUlrs being the caue. Later news from
Europe was to the effect that the message
In full had contributed to allay the ex
citement. TheXeW York HcraltV Wash
ington correspondent says tho question
now arises wnetner, alter me synopsis
was sent out, tho President changed his
mind, "or as to what motive could have
led to the sending out of a report which
I caused commotion In Loudon n well n
i In Madrid, and what cauesled the Presi
dent to make the changes, '
and that paper says cdltoiially
Our correspondent here Indicates a
inot linnortant line of Inquiry. A des-
patch Is public! v scut to all American and
' ,, ' iii , .
English newspapers, which makes a pro-
found Impression upon politics in Ku-
rope. Iti ell'cct U to inlluence fsiianlsh
securities, and nf course, by synipatby,
other securities In the foreign markets.
A clearer ease of stoek-Jobblnjr or iislup
the telegraph for purposes like stock-job
bing has never been presented. Jiow we
pec 11 traced directly to the rrc-hlcnt ot
the United States. The question arising,
therefore. Is one In which thu honor of
tho American people is concerned, and It
14 'Did tho President, directly or indi
rectly, cause this synopsis to be fur
nished to the press of the world?" The
honor of the country U involved hi an
immediate answer to this question.'
Do.Nfioia, .lanuary 1st, 1875.
Wo have successfully fought the
great battle of life through the revolving
seasons of 187-1, and now buckle on our
armor to win victory or death In those of
lSTfi. Xo one can predict the result. The
experiences of tho past give us high
hopes for the future, but, at the same
time, warn us that thu enemy lies lu am
bush at every point, and may Interpose
Impassable barriers when we least expect
them. Though wo hope lor victory, we
should be prepared for defeat; and what
ever may come, wo isiiail graciously ac
cept as tho law of our existence. If It be
victory, we shall rejoice with those around
us; if death, our banners -lll r fni-tviiril
to thu end of time lu thu hand
of thoe who follow. for thu
battle of lifu is a never-ending one
Thu young year conies tripping lortl
with light and buoyant .step, lreu from
thu weight of broken promises, blighted
hopes, decaying resolutions, and wicked
ness and sin in all their hideous forms;
and shall wo not endeavor to scud her
hence at thu cud of her mission, lu thu
same unfettered condition? or inut she
go staggering from our presence with a
load greater than that of her predeces'
sor? She conies with a free-will ollcrlng
of peace, prosperity, contentment and
happiness to all mankind, and
shall we not so act ns to merit
thu favors thus generously oll'ercd
Thu year 1874 Is lost to in forever, except
hi chronological tables, where it tills a
space assigned to It lu ono of thu ''feat
cycles of a by-gone eternity. Now, why
did it remain with ut so long? It
was that we might telo the llcctlnj
moments as they passed, and turn them
to good account, In securing the comforts
and convenience of life, and In making
ourselves and Ihosu around us happy.
Have no 11011011111? l'crhaps ivu havu
done something towards it, but we must
be careful not to give credit for inoro
than we deserve. .Many things have
been left undone that should havu been
added to the sum total of what we fully
There was a social party and dance at
Dr. Williams' Tuesday evening, which
tho participants lull y enjoyed.
Dr. G.il. Watklns, who has been at
tending medical lectures at St. I.ouls, Is
spending thu holidays with Ids friends
here. Hu will return to the cltv next
r.sq. .1. l . i.eniz nas returned Irom
Union City, Tenncs-ee, where ho had
been utiiylng about eight weeks under
treatment for thu soro eyes. Wu are glad
to know that liU eyes are nearly well.
Thu festival last night was an average
Miceess. 'llio market has been rather
overstocked with this commodity and is
not very buoyant. Tho receipts were be-
tueeu sixty ami seventy dollars.
l iftecn of our fruit mid vegetable
shippers will excursion to Chicago .Mon
day. Large delegations will go from the
towns north of 111. Free transportation
Induces travel. Thu excursionists will
lie ready for a speech on Tuesday, and It
will bo a rare chanco for some 111:111, iho
has ono souring on thu Intellect, to un
load. Tho shipment of tiwect potatoes from
this station during the year Jut closed,
amounted to 15,ftlS bbls; (lour (1,700 hbls ;
railroad ties, 31, 000; -lungles, 105,000 ;
and Hour, fruit and vegetable barrels, In
cluding those tilled here, something over
:W,000. There Is 11 marked .Increase in
these articles over last year's busbies:,
We turkeyed In the country at Na
than Karaker'ii on ChrUtmas dav. U
wn a eomliination oi rnrisuiun dinner
and wedding reception; and if we failed
to do Juitloe to the occaMon It ha? not
hecn discovered. Tho groom was. Oeo.
W. Shen'erandlho bride, Miss Clarlnda
lVnrod. Wo wUh thetn n happy llfennd
a good deal of It.
-Some Improvements have been made
In our town ihirlnir the year. l!ulm
hoifcs anil dwelling hae lieen erected
and old ones repaired and enlarged. All
of the principal htflnoss houe have
leen repainted. 1'lanW walks have heen
constructed along the principal streets,
and our niereuanw ami ineciiaiucs imvc
done a catl'faclory mtiiir... There has
been a marked Increu'e In the shipment
larni product, inuicaiiiur mat me Mtr-
Dot 1 1 m tow ii aim country, are in a per
niaiient kind, and give evidence of pro1-
pcrlty, notwithstanding tho lluaiiclal de
pression that has reigned throughout the
year. Things move slowly, but Mircly;
we have no caue for complaint, an
we don't, complain. JIowauii.
comiilcto I'lrlurlnl History of 1!
Imi-s "IIm- Im'sI. liriiM'st. mill
inosl niieeexsiiu laniiiy I'iimt
In the I'nluii."
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A Itcposilory of Fashion. I'leiisnie.
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AddrcKsIlAltrKn.t HKOTllKU,N. Y.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!! I
THOMAS SPROAT & SON,
Wholeali: and HiUdl Duders In
PURE LAKE ICE
CAIRO, ILLS, ana COLUMBUS, KY.
At Hulon & Wilson's, CornorTwellth St,
and Ohio Lovoo.
YXTV. wlllCiini nn Ice wiiroii tliroiiBlinut the
f-eiison, lUllleiliiK pine hike lee In anv
part of the oily at the loue.t mntLtt price, and
will nliioniriilsli our frlemUoutidde the elly with
cdhy llie cake or ear load, parked in huwilint
ui Biiiiiiu-iH 10 anv uiiance.
O II II
rou 1875 op
Almplcmcnts, Fertilizers, etc,
a ferine 17s pagca and containing II ve
Dtautfutco!oreil latM, mailed on receipt
Catalogue, without platei, free to all.
35 Cortlandt St.,
,. t.. ' .. .'
ILLIAM K. SMITH, M. II.
ItKltlKNCl'.l No 21 Thirteenth Mrecl, tic-
'.ween Wellington avenue mill Walnut vtrect
OKKICK; North side nf Khthth Mrcct be
tween Commcrt'lnt mul Wiuhhmton avenue.
W. DUNNINO, M. D.
Corner Ninth nml Walnut
Ort'lCK: Corner Sixth rtrrel nml OldoU-iec.
OtTTCIi HOt'ltSi From (In in to tJm., and
tYomuto j p.m.
OITIC'lIi tlii.lr'j lllock, (up-elnlK)i corner
Hlghtli Mreetnnd Washington nienut-
Attorney at Iuiv.
ornn:s Ohio our ronniroinicrly
(x-cupleu ny r irKi .Miiinnni iiiiiik,
JJULKEY & SON,
Attorneys at Ijiuv.
OKFICKl Illcblh Mrrct, between Cominer-
clu! nnil iihlliKt(Ui nivnuen,
1 1. tin II Mulkov
William C .Mulkey
Attorneys and Counselor!
OKl'ICKi Ohio !.eir, roonu 7 and 8 oicr
i ny .Miiioiim mink,
Wlllhm It Cieeii, )
Wllll.uii II (illheit, CAIItO ILLINOIS.
.Miles 1'r.il tiillieit )
CTi.Hiiei'lnl ntlentlun irlven to Ailmlmltv nml
Alter !. W Mrwnit
ARTER & STEWART.
(Surwsiioi'S to I) Ariel- A Co )
No. 113 Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & StilweU,
Keen ovcrythintt nortainintr to
111c lino 01 istnpio nna i nncy oro
corics, Woodonwnrc, Vegetables
TUltB, 6CC, 61C.
Wagons, Carts, Perambulators
SwirtKS, Tables, Chairs,
Malaga Grapes, Fruits
Nuts, Oake's Can
dies, &c, &c,
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
Tow-Boat For Salo
11111. Hibcrll'rr nfler for wd the Meam
Tnwliu; MtTn-WliisI Iluiit, Ike lluminitt.
tilth entflue, luaehinery, taekle.-i, appaieland
nirnltnit- a (In- now Ih'i ut Calm. IIU.
Her IriiKih la tut, her breadth 'il fiet, her
iepiii.1 lei'iaim me.iiinv.i i-iu 10m. Mie nas
bollci'K'.'l fret IniiK and 3D Inches diiunc ti 1, 'J hit
nieniiit-eiir neiwlthevlindrra lnclicjl
llanu ter and 0 IW-t utokcj '.' tied pump 1)4 In
rhm lu diameter ami 17 inrhr btrokr and all
modem impmrcmrntiand la in vrtry reipis:t
itaimch, tin worthy, and In good ccmlltlon for
nailpitloii. Kor term apply to.
ij. H. Tat 1.0 a.
Caiiio, III,, NouinbcrS, Wi IM-ll-jj-tf.
New Music Store.
112 COMMERCIAL AVE.,
Is ITow Open.
Musical MorchtmdiBO of all kinds
at prices to suit tho tiraoa.
.Mpsm. ltobliiiis would nnr.ottncn to
tlielrfrlciiiNaint tho piihtluKcni-rally
that liavlni; been as they trust,
fawirably kiioivn tliroui;li
out. ilils region as ileal-
I'M in riA.NOts.oit
ned cl li Uh
house of YV. W.
Kimball of Chicago, for
tho past ton years, they
have eoiiehulcd to open a .Mindc
Stoi c In Calr i, where they will keep
on hand, nml lie constantly In rood tit of
vcrythluir In their llt.o desired by their
"roiii the Celebrated manufactory of
HALLET, DAVIS & CO.,
f lloton. A I'luno of world-wide rcnuln-
loa and considered bv all our noted urn-
elars to bo the bet rhino now mnile In
the Tinted fctates ; also, tho very popular
GREAT UNION PIANO
Made In New York, of which wo haic told
over 4UO 111 Miuihi-rn Illinois, gmng perfect
The most perfect ami durable Oriran ever
made, mere ucins noiv tver ti),ooij in use.
Kimball Orchestral Organ.
A verc film lntrtimint. .iiImiiIpiI In IV.
SI'KUJIENTAI. A-S WIM.I.At) SACIti:i)
Mt'siK', and becoming more and marc pop
ular ci cry ui).
A jrreat variety, selected with ere. irid
adantcd to the wants ofour customers, eon-
Msuni; 01 1111 me new ami popular music ni
tlin day, HUIll YULAIi AMI IASIHI'-
A Largo Collection of
Studies & Exercises
FOR THE USE OF BCH0LAK8.
We would calUneclal attention of teach
er to tins uepartiiient or our mock.
Order solicited, and niu-Ic selected
nilt and pent by mall, 011 samo terms
us from lart;u cities.
0 will furnish our music to teacher at
the usual discount : will (-elect music for
your scholars. It you will let us know tho
Krado and stylo desired.
1 eachers everywhere arc requested to
send 111 their address, and w will keep
mem iniurinuii 01 1110 new puuucaunas.
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE OF
CYMBALS BAND INSTRUMENTS,
OF ALL KINDS, FURNISHED
ALL KINDS OF SMALL GOODS
CAPA tl' ASTROS,
With hundreds of article" In our line, ru.
ijuirihi,' too iiiucii f-paee tor enumeration,
Of every description on hand, or furnished
For all Kinds ol Instruments,
yearn, and mtlMactlon guaranteed,
PIANOS OR ORGANS
BOLD ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS,
This hclnpr tho only regular Mmlo Sloro
nearer than St. LouIp, wo hopu our fair and
houorablo dealing may Induce our friends
to biiht.ilii uh ny a liberal patronage.
ROBBINS' MUSIC BAZAR,
MEN'S AND BOY'S
FURNISHING GOODS, MOROCCO BAGS, SiC,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su-
purb stocks ever offered in this community.
He will not be undersold.
SHE HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have the measure of their heads taken to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in the
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
Wc have replenished our Job Printing Office with
many fonts of new type and have orders out for other
fonts of the latest popular style3. We are determined
to establish the reputation of our oflicc for first-class
work, and make our prices so low that the most enthu
siastic patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that we do work at lower prices than any oMter of
fice in the country. Mr. Oberly, admitted to be one of
tho best practical job printers West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of the job printing de
partment, and will endeavor to give satisfaction to out
A Pine Dwelling-, n Splondld Dunlncun
IIouso, 01- u Duildinif Lot, for VJ 00.
Worth of Roal Esttito,
Will lie dlstt United unions tin- ticket-holder nt
lloililnu, 'levin, Mutch 1.1, 11-73. 'I lie lint Kilt
will be 11 line lulek Inline, 011 .Mniii Mrert, ix-littil
SI. mxi, Miliieil m 81rt,(Kl, mul ir tmidlent ull't
will Ik-luiu'ivi nl' land 01-11 liulldlnit lot. Ilie
dintrilmlliiu eunipiites oier )0,tiUi) iieie.i of tfood
Imid, In thlrty-elitlit urowhiK counties. Tlic
pii-ss of Texas und tlie boutlineit cfinmitiul It to
ilie kind attention of Hie public. 'I lie Stuto mi
llioiltles ndoie It.
CliciiliirSKlih'K'lcscrllilloii of the properly,
the plan of draivltiir, and other Information re.
Bunting Texas, will li furnished on application.
Ultry t'ostiiiiiiter U ;iutlioi izt-l to act n local
n(,'ent. Tleketl, W, Ten per cent. dlcolint al
lowed on a iliili often ticket or more
We lel'er to all Itunkn, lliuikcis and builni-s
men of Houston.
'or ticket, auenrlei and full particular!, ml
dluM, WAGI.KV it LOCKAItP,
l.'-il-wlt .Maiutcnu, liouitou, Tcxni.
113 Commercial Avcnuo.
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