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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
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CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY .MOBNING, DECEMBER 21, 1881.
Ircntt Jodie D.J. Baker.
rcait ulerk A. 11, imni
mnty Judge-. U locum.
ont.y Clerk S.J, Huinra.
ouly Attorney J. M.Damron.
,ntitTV.i,fif Mlla. W. P.rkfif.
iUtlflf John Ifodirb.
roner K. Flwirorald. . '
ant; CommlratoMra-T. W. UAlHOAy, -
' City OOxctn.
yor--N. B. ThisUewood.
initial L. IL Meyers,
torney-WUli HetdrtcU. -
rst Werd-Peter Sanp, T. M. KImbrougk,
cood Werd-W e HlnkU, C . M . Hague,
Ird Ward B. Fk Blake, John WOOu. .
urth Ward Charle O. Pattery Adolph Bwo-
Werd-T. W. Haludav. lrnt B. Pettft.
L vt( o & ditui PrHiAr Tuntli and PoDlftf
(street; preaching first and third Sonday in
k month. U a.B.tn4 7:jp. fclpT,2yn-,S.
ffbarsday.p. , Bonlay JfW;
IIURCH OF THJT KEDBHK-SWpl)
Fourteenth treet; Handy 70 lT
baalst! : a. m.-, Winaay eenooiT i ";
tiling prayer; t)tw p.
m., evenlluz irayara. jr.
JR8T MISSIONARY HAniBT tuuuu.
I'reacMiiK at 10:80 a. m., I p. m, nd 7 i
bath ccbuol at 7:nu p.
UTIIKRAN-TMrtoentb. tre: Ksrrloei H.b
bthl:to a.m.j 8nda choollp. m. It v.
KTUODIST-Cor. lghth and Walnut atreota,
Preachln Babbath li:U0a. m. dT) P-
day Hcboolt 80 p. m. Kef . J. A. Bcatrou,
KE8BYTEKIAN Elchth ftreet; prMcUog on
Sabbath at 11:00 a. m. and T : p. m-1 P7"
!tln Wedneaday at 7Jp.m.; duhuj w
r. JOSKPITS-fltoman CathoUo) Corner Croii
and Wa'.nnt atroot! aerrtcea BOoui luua.
Sunday Bcbool att p. m. ; Vwpn .PJ- 1
aery day atln-m. liet. O liara, 1'rleet.
IT. P ATlUCK'S-ZBoman Catholic) Corner MUith
tret and Wanhinirton awnoa : urn -
h 8 and 10 a, m. ; Veapera I p. m.; Bnnfljy Bcnooi
m. amcea erery aay at m. iwr. vciwu
E. B. TIME CARD AT CAlfiO.
ILLINOIS CKNTHAL K. B.
.MS m ".. J:
kcom'dauon. 4s p.m Aomdauom..u:ig.m
MIS8 CBNTRALB. B.
all 4:.mtMaU..-... .. :P-
tcpreaa.M.. io:iaa m Tp -"
C. 4 8T. L. B. B. (Narrow Oanjo.)
ccom'dau'oi. I p.m aAocorn'oatota 12:80 p.m
BT.L.. I.M.AB.K.R. '
iipw.1....... I t?5,r.vrr MSrs
ccom aaiion. iMup.n i tu
WABASH, BT. LOCW A PACIFIC R'T CO.
all .... 6:00 a.m MaU Bl... i$ P-m
' Dally except Sunday, t Dally.
ILINOlu CENTRAL R. R.
hortest and Quickest Route
Bt Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv Line Kunnint;
Iakiwo Dieiot UomnsorioN
Vvtnff In SI. Loala MB a.m.: CMMW.BWP.m,
l, Loaia ;o a.m.: vu"".o-,5i'-""
at Odin and Kfflngham for Cfndn-
.... . I.Ui m .
nii LonlavUle. IndlanapoUi ud polnu laat
i .A irninham inr i mi
St. Ijouiei and AVeaitern
lnSt.Lonla7:05p. m., and connecting
4:20 p.m. Fnat ICxpre.
- - at Tvnl.
lorBt. Lonla ana unicsep, bititiuK
W;40 P.M., ana vui.v i -
"4:aO D-m. Cincinnati Kxpream.
. . 111- v.nn
iArrltlnC at Cincinnati T.w a.m. wumiui
??Et Idlanapoll. 4:00 a.m,
this train reacn no
BOURB in advance of any other route.
ir-The4:80 p. m. expreaa haa PULLMAN
kikKPINQCAB Cairo to Cincinnati, wlthont
ehu& w ough .leeperato Bt. lonl. and
Fast Time East.
TJ . n.t. a rvniw tJ thla line go throngh to Eart.
rASSenjrei era polnta without any delay
caaaed by Sander Intonrenlng. The Batarday after,
noon trafn from Cairo arrlTeeln new Tork llonday
morning at 10:85. Thlrty-alx houre la advanceof
"aFoVthrough tlckotrand further Information,
applyat IUlnola Central DCalro.
Yin JOHNSON. J. II. JONB8,
JA8i.n Btborn Agent. ,ATtl
A . H . HAN BON, Qon . Paaa , Agont. Cblcago
IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE
roam tun 0AUK), ,
i,vnandTxai Kxnreaat..m l.m. Dally
AKUlva AT OABW,
.'.tt:W .m. Dally
B i nreaa
icket offloe: No. 66 Ohio Levee.
IORGEH. LEACH, M.D.
Physician and Surgeon,
Special attention paid to the Homoopethle tmt
fcenUf wrg?caldlMi.nddlBeaaei of women
Ottto : ol' WU itroet, oppoalte tU Poit Oqpe,
JJR. W. 0. JOCELYN,
' orTflOl-Bltfctk Btmt, nr 0oaaercUtAM
E. W. WHITLOCK,
JOHN SPROAT, '
PROPRIETOR OF BPROAT'8 PATENT
ICE BY THE OAR LOAD OR T0N.WE1I
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Leyee,
' CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
UIU AND COMMISSION.
FL0UE. GRAIN AND HAT
Egyptian Flonriiig Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
eontuatljr on iuc4
At Seventy-flvo cents per iwuu
At one dollar per load.
The Mtrlmmlnge"are coarae nbavlnge and make
the beat anmmer wood for cooking purpose ae wall
aa the cheapeat ever aold In Cairo. For black
tmlth'a nee lnaetbng tlrea, they are nneqnalled
Leave ynor orderaat the Tenth atrcet wood yard
QAIRO CIT FERRY CO.
THREE -Vn STATES.
On and after Mondav. June 7th. and until inrtber
notloe the forryboat will make tripe aa followi:
a "25 Si
n ,P " 5 1
UAY tlATia LIAVBI
Foot Fourth at. Mlaaonrl Land'g. KentnnkyLdg.
8:00 a.m. 8:80 a.m. , 8 a.m.
10:00a. m. 10:80 a.m. 11a.m.
8:00 p.m, 2:80 p. m. ' Sp.m.
4:00p.m. 4:80p.m. 5;00p.m.
a p.m. 8:80 p.m. S P-m
. CAlfiO AND NEW MADRID PACKIT. ,N
TO NEW MADRID.
W. J.' TURHEB, Master.
t rt,fh Nw Madrid and war twlnti
very Toaaday, Thnridav and Batarday1 at j, m.
fteturetni Teawe Sew Madrid Wwlneeday, Friday,
and Monday at7a.m.
COAL, WOOD ICS.
P M. "WARD,
WOOD, C0AI and ICE,
by the Ton or Car Load, delivered in any part of the
WOOD OF ALL KINDS.
1 PT Leave ordert at aj Wood and Coal Office.
8TOVBB ASD TINWARB.
gTO VES t STOVES !!.., .
ALL 60ETS, SIZES AND STYLES
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KUTD8 OP JOB YTOBK DOSS TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAY, PreaMent
H. L. HALLEDAT, Vlce-Preeldent.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY, Caehier.
W. V. SAUJBAT,
. h. omnmieaAH,
ETrhaiure,kIn and United States Bonds
Depoaltarecelved and a general banking bnilneei
IfEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
frhe Largest Variety Stock
IN THE CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER & OO
Oor.Ntneteeathatreetl Til If A Til
Commercial Avenue j vv,
VM. M. BAXTFR & CO.,
PUEE LIQUID PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
Zincs, and Colors,
No. 52 Peart Street, lw YOBK.
Our Liquid Paint are ready
for immediate uae on
opening the package, no oil, tplrita of tnrpentlne
or dryer Deing reqairea, ' , .
Parity. We guarantee their abaointe parity end
their freedom from narytee, clay, alkali, water,
benaine, oap and other article wnicn are atea w
adulterate liama paints. , . .. . ,
nnnrin. f!.n.ltv Thev welch fifteen to alx
teen poena to tne gauon, ana wiu cuior "
and more anrfaee than any chemical palnta or those
containing, baryteaor clay, aa
Permanency of Color Great care haa been taken
in selecting color for tinting, and wo nje only pr
ninnit fnVnrm rnn.anilentlr onr tints do DOt fade.
a Convenience. Any ono wno can uae a pun
ruh can apply these paint, and being ready for
use, there la no waste or excess oi material, urn
tha nrtfln wtinn lead, oil and turventlne have
to be purchased- The color can alwsya be exactly
matched and there 1 no necessity of having two or
three shades on the ssme building, aa I often the
case when tint ra,nt4e experimentally.
Oar Pare Liqaid Paint are put np in small can
Vnm 1 to a lh... and alio bv the trallon. in package
from can of H. 1, S, 8 and t gall., to kegs of 10, 15
and U galls., nd tbi. or 4 gaua. .
: Sampl Oardaand "lce List mailed to any ad.
Hay, Grain and
JTm Wo. l,npttalr in Cnal'a Building,
' V,f)OhioLem. t
Blood Poisoninsr, Scrofulous Ulcers and
Itching Humors, Abscesses and
Glandular Swellings. .
LEAD POISONING MT.
Q troublod with bad bamer on hand and neck,
caaied by lead polaonlng. (Ile'a a painter.) At time,
It woula Druak out, cruck open, and the akin pa
rale from tbo floab In larfo pieces, sufferlna great
continual ltchtogand ilTnKing. Purchased your
rcmed!e( nsud Cutlcara Rusulvent Internally, and
Cuticnra and Cuticura Moap externally, and in lea
than tbreo month otlectud scomplote cure, and has
not been trnublod since. Corroborated by Bullard
A Poster, dr .gglata. Keene, U. II. .
Greatest on Earth ,
J W Adam. New
ark. 0..sav: "Cu
tlcara Uemedle are the greatest medicine on earth
Bad the worst case salt rbourn In this county Mr
mother bad it twenty years, and In fact died from it
I believe Cutlcara wenld have aaved her life. My
arm, breatit and tread were covered for three year,
which nothing rellaxed or cured until I need the
Cuticur Ilesojytmt internally, end Catlaura, and
Cuticura Soap externally. ' -. , J
Pcnvioolo n S Carpenter, Esq , Henderson,
XBUlIdSIS N. Y., cured of Psoriasis or Lep
rosy, or 30 year atandiug, by Cuticura Resolvent
Internally, and Cutlcara and Catieura Hoap extern
ally. The most wonderful ceae on rocord, Cures
certified to before a ja.tlce of the peace and prom
inent eltiaens. All aflllcted with ltcblne and scaly
disease should send to ns for this testimonial In
full. . . .
QJolf Plianm Those who have experienced
Odll IlIlcUIJl the torment of Bait Rbenra
that I endured for year,
until cored by the Cutlcara Resolvent internally,
and Cuticura and Catlcnra Snap externally.
MRS. WM.PELLINGTON, Sharon, Wil.
The Cuticura treatment for the cure of Skin.
Scalp and Blood diseases, consists in tlie Internul
neo of Cn tlcura Resolvent, the new blood purifier,
and the external use of of Cutlcara and Cutlcara
Soap, the frreat skin eares.
Price of Cntlcura, small boxes, 50c; large boxes
$1. Cutlcara Resolvent, $1 Pr bottle. Cutlcara
Soap. 25c. Cntlrnra Shaving Soap. ISc. Hold by
OeDOt. WEEKS A POTTER.
Saiiford's Badical Cure,
Clear head and voice, easy breathing, sweet breatV
perfect smell, taste and bearing, no coneh, no cho
king, no distress. These happy conditions are
brought about in the severe. t case of Catarrh, by
that most agreeable, economical, epeedy, safe,
and never-falling specific, Sanford' Radical Care.
Complete and Infallible treatment, consisting of
one bottle of the Radical Cure, one box of Catarrh
al Solvont and one Improved Inhaler, all wrapped
in one package, with treatise and directions, and
old by all druggists for $1. Ask for Sanford't Rad
ical Cure. General Agent,
WEEKS i POTTER, Boton, Mas.
BATS, MICK, ROACH
Mil m. waTjPT nnics. nun
'i Btdatd Black Antseat
'14 YfXTIKMINATOB and
,3x- die, ro rear oi oaa
wsmell. Barns, erana-
t .i -v.-- nus ana nounoimiua i-
Vermtn Killer in tbe worid otnuww-rr'.
Krv box warranted. Sold bv all
Jmmrlit. A air far I'.r.nn.'. Mailed
for lc by
b6 . . ' ........ - ,IA.,tiu U..,ah U.a.
QAIR0 AND MOUND CITY
The Tug, - "WAIF,"
Leave Mound City at-.,.. ......8 a. m. and 1 p.m.
Making two trips dully.. EryFor freight or pass
age apply on board, docl&wl
Cairo ai... i o" "uu
Captain Thomas W. Shields la confined
to his room with Bicknesa.
Mrs. W. n.Greon is in Thomasville, Ga.
An old l&dy who does not believe in
the co-oduontion of the soxoa was re
joiced the other day to find that although
tbe girls and boys in a large seminary
scemodto be playing somo sort of a
famo togethor the school authorities
ad wisely hung a long not between
them. Fhiluddphia JVetffc
Eeoont Changes in Niagara.
1 One who returns to Niagara after a
long absence notes tho marked changes
taking placo in tho face of the cataract.
My first visit hero was mado in the year
1844, thirty-seven vears ago. Thou the
brond expanse of Table rock was the
platform on which successive thousands
stood. Many crept softly to the verge
and lookod into tho abyss. Others
more cautiously lay on tliolr faces and
gazod at the crystal curront as it broke
Fnio jowols and full in a stream from
tho awful huight . Now tho broad pint-,
form has fallen and the work of under
mining is going still further on. In forty
years moro tho present standpoint will
bo in the depths bolow. Hut more re
markabln is the chango in the shape of
tbe Hovscshoo fall itnolf. Then it was
a perfoct sogmont of a circle, so nearly,
like the hoolof a horseshoe as to sug-,
gost the fltuoss of its name. . Now vast
ruassos of rock have boen dislodgod in
the middle of tho curve, making a sharp
and wlilo diversion of the current, so
that the torront pours Into a midway
Sulf from which the mist rlsos constant
r. This docs not diminish, but por
haps enhances the interest of the cata
ract. 1 It brouks the circuit, dostroys the
perfect syniraoti7 of the ourve. It proves
that the recension of tho fall is going on
with far greater foroo than Mr. Lcyell
and his brethren in geology calculated
when they supposed ihey nad estimated
the agoa by the progress backward on
tho verge of Niagara. If in half the
lifo-tlme of a modern man such changes
have oocurrod, what may not have been;
wrought by thnse nilgbtv forcos of na-,
tnro In 5,000 years.jwi.w ,
lervcr. 1 i..ji . ,
; Who Sets ths Fashloni?
Most poople think tbo tailors do.
This is a popular mistake. They only
shape its course by soliciting orders
from Its votaries and encouraging neea-
ed ' developments. The . desire for
change from the prevailing modes to
those which are new and novel arises
from the fact that the ploasuros whioh
tho old lmpartod hnve been' exhausted,
and the new fashions in comparison
with tho old are generally radical and
extreme. Fashion in dress comprises
fabric, color, shapo and ornamentation,
combined with rigid regulations and
proprieties for its display. The design
ers prepare patterns for the manufac
turers, they make the goods for the
merchants, who in Sum distribute them
to the tailors to cut and work into that
form and mold of fanhion which for the
time being is "all the rage." When It
is evident that changes in fashion of
fabric, its design or color will be called
for, the combined efforts of 'all those
parties are brought into action to find
out the aggregate dosire Step by step
the popular ideas, poouliar whims, ex
aggerated fancios. and outrageous de
mands are handed up from the people
through tbo tsilor, respectively to the
merchant, manufacturer, and designor,
who, after carefully considering, com
paring, amending, and harmonizing
the various schemes, produce and band
down in rovorse' order just the tiling
which Is demanded. Tho body of the
fabric is changed less seldom than de
sign, color or slmpe. In regard to the
form, shape and ornamentation of gar
ments made from the prepared fabric,
the tailor is the supreme agont. After
all, however, th soul and fooling of
fashion come direct from the people
who wear the clothes, f A popular fash
ion is epidemic. ' It controls all tastes,
and soizos all alike. Take, for instance,
a change of colors. For a long period
grave and sedate colors may have been
worn when suddenly every ono is pos
sessed of a deslro for bright and daz
zling, rushing pell-mell for the phops
in haste, to make the extraordinary
change. Even the blind fancy the new
attire, fooling almost what thoy cannot
seo, so general is tho epidemic. Pro
. "We Una" and "Ton Ud8." ;
. The "boys in blue" who went South
during the war wore often amused by
tho qucor phrases they board from the
boys in gray.". Among thi'so wore
'wo 'uns" and you "uns," which tho
Northerners thought Southern provin
cialisnv The Christian Index, of Geor
gia, denies this allegation and gives
good reasons for its denial. : It says: .
We have recently - discovered (or
think we have) that tho usago is con
fined entirely to the inhabitants of the
Allegheny range, reaching from Penn
sylvania to Alabama., The mountain
population, without regard to latitudo,
seems to be largoly homogeneous, as if
descended, chielly at least, from a com
mon stock. , ...,.-.
Thy have mingled but little with the
thus, isolated, have preserved sonSS bt
the peculiarities brought from the moth
er country, which elsewhero among us
We 'urn is not. a usage peculiar to
the South, as has . been .supposed; it
is peculiar (In this country) to tho
mountains, whether North or South.
Nor is it an Amoi icanism; it is com-
nioji to this dav in Scotland, and it was
doubtless imported thence to our moun
tains by the h:ir!y S,.cL:L immigrants,
whoso ancestors, to tbis day boar tbo
marks of their anoostry. . ;
; Nor is the usage a modern one. a his
' . . ran .
very day, in reaaing jynaaie s jxew
Testament, we found in Matt 8:9 the
"And ee that ye cms tninKe not to save
in yourselves we have Abraham to oure
father." , -,-... ,. .'.
This was printed in 1520, more than
three hundrod and fifty years ago. So
this form of expression has the prostigo
of antiquity, it was tho languago of our
ancestors, and had its origin in tne
gonius of our poople. ; . .
The only diuorenco between, the moun
taineers and ourselves is that thoy are
of purer stock, and have , kept the tradi
tions of our fathers which we have for-
;otten. : Still, we must think that our
anguago is improvod by the dUuso ol
this mode of speech, no loss perhaps
than by the change of orthography.
Survival of the Pittost.
Apropos of the swlnolsbuoss of many
travelers who make it convenient to oc
cupy two scats in qv railway cars tho
Detroit Free Press relates tho follow
ing (rood story: , ' '
When the Atlantic Exnvoss train over
tbe Control road roaohodNUos tlieoUior
dav a Dotrolt commorolal travolnr
boardodtho train to find cvory scat
takon. In tho center of one coach ono
oat was ooeuplod by two satchels, aud
another by an ovorooat and hat, while
tho owner of tho articles was in . the
smoking car. The Dctroltor. gathered
up all 'the baggage' and placed it on the
wood-box aim occupiod the seals with
his own, and ho had just got comfort
ably sililod whon the late occupant re
turned from the smoke. Ho saw what
had traiiHplrod, and ho was whitof with
anger us ho began: ,s ' '
Who moved my baggage?"
. "I did," was tho Jirompt reply. '
Sir! 1 represent tho wholesafo crock
ery Iiouho of Blank & Blank, Now York,
andl-" .;:.-:; , , ;
., "I.knew It saw your namo on tho
baggage,' Interrupted tbo other,
"ilaven't you soon tho papers to-day?"
' I thought not" "Well, your houso hM
fitilod for t28o000:-onH pay twonty
cents on the dollar bud bust no tlnio
for you 'to spread over two soata
orowd In somewhere; or' stand bv the
stove, and when we got to ,' Detroit I'll
help get you a pass, home.' Sorry for
you,' and all that, but our house Is rated
A 1 ant ha. h vnaiirWA A ft? nrY) In
mortgages, and thA survival of the fit
test is a prlDblpls koldar than the bills.
Can't spare much wheat for Europe
tbis year only about a hundred million
bushels. - . o
'Xnero is an old law still alive In'
Pennsylvania whioh provides that any
person having attainod the age of 18
years or upward who shall swear or
curse in the name of God, Jesus Christ,
or tbe Holy Ghost, sbr il La subjected to
a fine of 67 cents for oath of which
he shall be convicted. What an im
monso revenue would be collected if
auoh a law were enforced.
Dimensions of Large Ocean Steamers. ,
, For the sake of comparison it may be.
interesting to give the dimensions of
several largo ships afloat and building.
In point of length the City of Rome,
with her projecting stom, a feature in
tho construction of all the; Inman
steamers, and one not likely soon to bo
abandoned by them, is next in size to
thn Great Eastern. .The City of Rome f
is 5 W feet in length, the Great Eastern
676. The Great Eastern in breadth is
82 feet 8 inches; depth, 60 feet, with a
registered lonnage, excluding engine
spjtee, of 13.343. She has stowage for
curgo to the extent of 6,000 tons, and
tho capacity of hor coal bunkers Is
10,000. Whon loaded she draws 30 feot
of water. The City of R me is 62 feet
6 inqties broad, and 3b1 feot deep,
with a gross tonnage of 8,416. While
she is tuns 16 foot lopger than the Ser
via, and 6 inches more beam, tho
Cunardcr is actually 6 fot, 9 inches
deeper, and is said to be able to carry
a few tons more cargo. .The Cunard
liner Gallia is 450 feet long and 46 feot
brond, with a gross tonnage of 5,000;
the Arizona, 400 feet long and 46 feet
.broadwith' a gross tonnage of 6,500;
the qriorit, 460 feet long and 86 feet 6
inches broad; the Parisian, 450 feet
long; the Anchor line Furncssialis 445;
State of Nebmuka, 395; Nutting Hill,
420; Alaska, 525; Spartan, 870; Drum
mond Casili-, 375; 'City of Calcutta, 400;
Kansas (building), 435; Austral (build
ing), 400; tho Clyde 385, mid several of
tho White Stat liners about 400 feet
long. One of the Cunard steamers
named tho Aurania, presently under
construction in the yard of Messrs. '
James & George Thomson, is to bo of
somewhat unusual dimensions, some
485 feot long and 57 feet broad, with a
tonnage of 7,600, and the other, the Pa
vonia, will carry 5,500 tons. 2fcw
York Nautical Qazettt.
Died of typhoid malarial fever, yesterday
morning, at six o'clock, John, youngest aon
of Robert and Frances Ann Beard, aged
eighteen years. Funeral services ; at resi- ,
denes, corner Walnut and Nintn streets, at
1 p. m. "to-day. A special train will
leave foot of Eighth street at 2 o'clock
p. m. for Villa Ridge. Friends of the
family are invited to attend the funeral.
Many of oar merchants hare made a
o-f eous display of their fancy holiday
goods. The wttiu,, villus . -n.ers Md
show windows are decorated with an
most infinite varioty of articles, both use
ful and ornamental. Citizens of Cairo and
others who come here to make their holi
day purchasoBcannot.fail to find in the many
grand emporiums of ,dry goods, furnishing
goods, jewelry and fancy toy establishments
tilings suitable for tho high and the low, for
tbe needy and for the wealthy.
Joseph Hatton concludes his "Journalistio
London" with notices of Lloyd's celebrated
penny newspaper, the London Illustrated
Wows, and tbe Graphic. , Among the illus
trations is a group of portraits of the lead-
ing artists of the London Graphic.
Senator Edmunds contributes arJmoly
and , important paper, entitled 'Political
Aspects of Mormoaism."
"Who were the Pilgrims!" is a question
answered in an interesting historical paper
by William T. Davis. ,,,
ir.lt, Stockton contributes a clever story,
"In the Southeast Bastion;1; and K. M.
Johnston a humorous Georgian sketch,
'Jonce TramineU'i Compromise,'' illustrated ;
by Frost. , . , -
.Ths strongest poem in the number is by
Annie Fields, entitled "Pastor Dankwardt,"
the intornt of which is enhanced by two
illustrations drawn by Abbey.- ' ; '
Miss Constance Fenimore rfoolsen j no
vel, "Anne," appear to be approaching a
crisis of unusual interest. Hardy's "A
Laodicean" is concluded, and will be fol
lowed in the February number by 4iPru
donce," a story . of Esthetic London, by
Mrs. John Lillie.
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