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BY JOHN II. OBERLY &
F
M. HTOCKFI.ETH
(fluoceeaor to rohU A ntockflclb)
Kectller aad Wkoleul6 Dealer is For
elfR and Domestic
, WINES, ETC.
78 OhtoXevee,
CAIEO. - - - JUL.
Hi kpon hantconstintlr. a full Mock of
OldKratarky Boar bets, Bye and 9fon
ngaaela Whiskies , Preach II ran
dies, Holland Ola, Balao
ad California Wiaes.
lanm-ltf ' ' '
J IMITH ft Ot.,
GROCERS
OHIO LEVEE,
OAino, xxiZixsroxa.
Also, keep cotuUntly on hand i.iol com.
pleU ntoeif oi -
LIQUORS; WHISKIES
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
WINES.
Wa era areata lor J. Itrld A Co,' Ctlrhralr
WIIKKI.IN?! AUK.
W if 1 1 rirlu.ively for Caih, to hl-h Im-I I
lot IK in attention orcio.o UtKHII lliyt
bprclal etlrnUua gittn to filling ordr.
Y"9t. NCIIUTTKIt,
Importer and Wholesale Dea
Wines, liquors
TOBACCO and CIGARS.
Ax. lot betl brands of
CREAM AND STOCK ALE
Importact aoi orclir-
. 75.01IIO UEVEK !
- cairo. iluwis. ,
COAL.
R
(MM' COAL YARD.
i:
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET i
MiMt Carla, II a Qnlii
Ohio Hirer
mid
A Rspvlr m llsad.ana dll vrrrrt
la mmy prl ot Ike alljr.
F.Ttrjr ImA or Coal Wo IghwJ, and full
MtatNrc (Jlvon.
ad veirceAi. rvHNiar.B ATOu
PKK OAK LOAD.
OrJirt lA l th ! mllu: flllcj uninf
JAMES ROSS, l'ro'r.
iptiu
j-IRO CITY
c o
COMPANY
Arc Prepared to Supply CantouterK
rtUk tka Heit quality or
PITTSBURG
AND
IlllnolH Coiil.
Qrdtn t HIlldy; ;Koi. fMcc,
No, f OklaLcvar.r attlia Coal
JC-4 bclovr IbcHI, 1'hnrlr Ilo.
-" (t,willelv Proui,t
AfUnllan.
11iTiir "MontviU" will l.rmic Coil stongmJ
IfHtnen m tny hour, Uy or ulxlii.
kU!ru, un. utb, is;u -iir
B. W.iluti.
Dili T, I'auh
JHOLEK A: PARKEII,
GENEIUL COMMISSION
AND
Forwarcung Merchants
- ' DEALERS IN
VIIJRvATirAV,
1 -itou anto.
Ko. .rOIiIrjXvevee
CAIItO, ILLtNOIN."
Family Grocery
Cor. Poplar aad TUrttnik St ,
CAIRO, .... ILLINOIS
(In th Ujllilw know th Bntlh Store.)
It doina Oentrel Grocery UudneM in Flrtt-Clnsi
(lood, Bne Teu. piir Oolle, CunnrJ and Vnei
W.9lt Flh. Rut.. 0idlai, rthot, uuftll kind
Of good UU1 T
,la Crt-ltt grocery ttore.
LIQUORS
CO.
UU ESTATE S!U
?
o.
WINN'i'OX iV CO.,
(Bntceors to John (. Harman .1 Co.,)
REAL ESTATE
nn
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEE
Cairo, - XXX.f
Buy and Sell Kcal Estate
?",rr 'A'Auun,
.'UKNIMI! AlWTIlAf'TM H' TIT I.I
lirAI.I.N'IIH
UI'OCEI'IILS-CUM'M.SSIO.V.
W. blraltnn.
T. Hird.
sescris.
ncrr'nurr t j 'Ifj Mi, II ' in A '" ',)
AVlioIcsri lo
GROCERS
COHmSStOH HERCHAHTS.
37 OHIO 3j2!JV22I
CAIRO. ILL.
Ak"" Amrrlims I'nifdir Co., anil
Mrtiiuruttun r Aui'iitH lor roll-in 'rn
t. I. V.'IL.IA.KMV.
if
No. 7( Olilo l,fU'C
CAIRO . ILL
siMclr.l ilirntlan u'lvctl lit ('i.iikluu
ih-iiI. mill I'lllliit: Orili r.
H. M. HULEN
GROCER
AMI
Confection Merchant
HaH Ucmovi.il In Ills ON Stau
Commercial yenoe
!ltSI r I'kl.l
III. Itrmttfrll.tn intr.. n. ii 11 ft. It. at Lr Biiiih
I uronn tn.Twml j-r1m'cfr'-Tlrr;rn.ti.in.T
iikiMr limii for tWi,
. HlUlll t l.t. I In. rill -t
ot t!un thrf l r;it
jgXTz:nij;i!z:
; Savings Bank
liiir(irril Mnrch CM, JS(il)
orricK i.v
City TaUoKul 3L'jiuk
uiito, irxi.vM.J.
OI't'IUIIHH
A. II. SAKfOIUi. l'rfIJrni
H. H. TA Milt, VL'fl'f I Ic :.t,
w. IIVrtI.01', hrcrttaryiu.il liti.r.
llIKIXTtlUSt
I. W.1UHCUY, CIUp, liAU'ilir.lt,
K. M. aTOCKKI.KTiJ, I'Al'l.fi. H lll li.
It II, (X.S.MM'UAM, W. 1'. IHLI.IlaV,
j. si hnu.U'j.
DriioiU of mi v AuiiiuiiI Ilrcrtvvil fi flni
'! a t viii I'liwartU.
lulrrr.t nM nn il. ioit ui llm r.le of C in r rrnt.
per jumuin.Mwi.'i l. aul hojit, Iti.
IcIrrrttDol t llidruwn (u.nlrj lininMllnldr to
tlio prlncli.il it iliilriuii, llirrljr K'K
curi)jiOun.lllitcr.t.
Ifurrlcd lVoiuvn and Children
May iIi'ImmI! iiiiiuy .iillmt ,
UO.K I.HK CAN lilt AW IT,
vtn ,erv Uinira iUv Iron, H a in In a n.m.
ol HatunUy rtrnuiit lur 6AVI.NO Iif.I'lMTS
only, fri'in (i to Do rloi t
W. lITHMil'.Trraiurrr,
rjiiiK
first mm eii
OAXHO.
IIASIDI. lll ltl), l'7lilrlill
IllllSllt.r V. .HII.M'.lt, VUcI'rtKI
V. . Illlli:s. t u.liHr,
Collections Promptly Made,
!.Y.'liuii;:o, Coin, EJutilt rtotv.s
iiiul siriltcti stuU'S rioi'iirl-
(leu
im;lit
ni:l
ItOlU.
lulcmt Allowed i.u Time .;;)Hl(:i.
CITY IHII6il
m
CAIRO. 1LLIH0IS.
Capital - - SjvJlO,
W. l. IIAI.I.1DAY, trrl.!tlit
A. II. 8AFPOIIU, Cmlllri i
WALTKU IIY8I.OI', A"UlniU Cutlilr r
IMItUOTOSSH. 1
8ttr. T,lor W. I'. llallMay,
tt WhIU ltolit.ll.t'unatugtiam
Uo. P. WltUa-ina, Slrplicn Illrd,
A, II. SatTuril.
Excluuiuo, "Coin and
II. N.HoiitMtoHht
and No Id. '
3Dozolt ei Rooottrocl'
..Ann
AfJENKHAIi DANKINO 'IIIKINUHS
FRIDAY.
THEjotT jnairt commission
Tlic nt)iroacliiiitr racetiti'' of tlic
.Tnlrtt-IIiglt CoinuiUaioti (o agree upon
a convention rlctonninint: tho:pnnciplcs
jvhlcji siiall govern the uJju!stmijvt f.
ijucjiidds ueuvecu tnc govcrumcnt anu
(Jrcat Uritaiit forms a new 6ra in (ho
hlstory.nf our counlrr.
'l'liu'fiieHtions to ho fettled oonipriso'
hoi oiuy mo jviaijaina ciaiuui, uui aio
our' relations tcltli tlie"Hn'tfIi emlml
pnyfaionH nn our northern frbntibr,
3'ho infe.tiom iub y he thus clarified :
Tliu con.t mid ulf tlslicrfp.- of, tho
Hritiiili Xorth -murican poiinc?)ionii';
(ha navigation of tin; .St. Lawioiirtanu
Us canals; the Mthject of commercial
intercourse, onihracin a consiJcratioii
of the hoiidicg pyflteiii ami the trannit
trade ; tliu political relation of tho
provinces and their rttitmlo towards tho
United tatt-i; the claims, of Canada
for 'alleged dainacn and expcnrCfi'
c.'tuujd hy 1'onian raid.-Vfroiu tho United
fMati'j, and tho NorthtveMurn houndnry'
iiietion. It rct.s with this commission
I" islahli'li jicrina ncnt peace hetweou
tlie two gi cut KnlMiMpcaking naion
of the world.
v
Tin:
virr.r.ss1 Movi:Mi:sriTa
oi'i'oynxTs.
I Vr the jmst sir years tho oditor of
Tub Uim.i,i:ti.v hai hcunnn advocate of
patty noniitiatioiH 'for city uiid coun
ty nlTic'ci, lieWime, in (ho fir.t place, his
part v had Jin undoubted maiorltv in
ji'ojh the oity mid dounlyi and )ocai!,
in the next. ;placy, ho.bcjipv.sd thatHSo;
iiitvreMd of tliu city and county would
e hotter co;iervel hy1 action through
puriyairpatii-ition th'ah "hrtho cauciiios
of eitiruii reprCfentiug each its 'rtwri '
uarrptiy iuwnf, localjmblio policy.
iIilt I i;itiocrats who haxo liccn In ruv,r
f iioiuinations' when Hiev could got
thi ir friendri on the ticket, buXnlwuvs
b -l'. 1 when they t otihl not and joined
tands with tho Republicans to defeat
the regular T)em'oora'ticjiioutlnce. The
Wcnd of party nnminations fought the
od :ii:ht fur paity .orgauiration and
triumphed until last year, when they
yielded tn tho expostulations of tliu
bolting e.k.'iucnU,f ithe partyrand Jo-
clarod tlioiriuteiitiQii to make no uoiu
inalions for city ofiices. Pursuing tho
policy then adopted, the Democrats havo
this vcar declined to make nominations,
aud a citizens' ticket lias, been. put into
the field, on which the Democrats have
'Ol'R representatives, and tho Rcpuh-
icaus lllJlljh. Purely no .-Democrat
ought to comjilain of tliu division, of
he htioils, nueo the Democrats liavoi
icon allowed to take tlie liou'ri.ohare
Rut, it is faid, Uio Ropublicans. have
- ' m - m
Dccn nllowcil to nave the .Mayor. ell(
what of that? Last yeur thoy-elected
tho Mayor, tind a number of tho Dem
ocrats who are now whimpering thought
the arrangement extremely proper. Ho
the Democrats who havo burctofore
worked hand iu hand with tho Repub
licans of tho city hold that it is proper
iu them to now go back pa their old
friends ? I'nii it ho possible that these
Pempcrtits work only for n price that
tlioy gu to tho Republicans when tho
Democrats do not nominate, tliuir.iiicii,
and to tho Democrats' whon ".Uio citi
zens" rce iroer to nominate other gen
tleiuua ! Why, thew fellows aro ineor
vlgilde. Thoy tako but never givot
Thoy will bo allies of thit party to-day
hi'cauKO iin' party yesterday ' did not
give thorn plaeos of honor aud prolit,
and to-morrow thoy will be tho allies
.of ni. party because-to-day n' party
refuses tn do their bidding. If wo may
bo allowed to uo tho expression, w
would nay, they tiro political hog' who
must havo their puoots lutho lori
trough all tlio'titue.' Tako, for iuVtanco,
JIayor Wilson, who is just nowantrong
scons iiiovcihoiit.-. Who is
far back as six years
ho?
Ah
ho
ago
buoamo . tho hllv loftlnil Renubl
ican
loallers ot C-nlrb, mid beeauso thoDem
oerats nnminiited an Irishman for May
ur lnstead of WiUu'n, aocepted'tuo uom-,
ipntiou . ior .Mayor, tourt . " oitiieu'a
ticket," and defeated hiV party. Ouly
two years ago ho accepted a nomination
At every step the friend.-! of party noiu
jnaiioiu' Lavoliccii iue hyj Uouiocnitj
nho'liaVcrdcnouuaed (lie i'iolieyrnnd by
nyoi-ato ;'oF)VDoioooMtjotna
.andds'cvcryjiojo'diQuaJjjgtflj
CAIBO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY
for .Mayor from Toggart, Pope, Finlier,'
and other Republican leaders, and
year made.witfi thetc men nnothewjjar
gainUiat secured his election. But now
a change! ha opluo .over the spirit of his
drtaw. 11c and fs bolting friend, jp-.
fllr5 chance toecuro Republican
.5l2r3 r,rLa i...i! r...
acit so as lU uuuuiu inn
nomination. 11 Let un nouiitfatc.' Ihor
rrfaJjl&auot obtain.
iiiu iiomiiiniiou, we win uu ruunuvu.
We have heard that nanio asscrtioa .bo
for, an4'rjaT atf-rtrards bcci'i all the
i'bbltcfn' troop jnto.;tbo"ltopubheau
ranka". ''Wfiat aurateo 2ii Want
f VmiA tlm-41 of
these .Jnon that itey iroald not holt
again, if they could not Control the con
vention f Men who 'have "bcon politi
cally treaoheroai yoannftor year for hix
ycirs. arc nlinoet.ccrt.iui tojbu'lreachcr
ous iii tho tevouth joar. If Mr.Wil
Bon had'liccn for thoparty, njoraphan
for liiuvolf, ha would luivd 2ittood lack
tliis year and haro ullowpd' It' to unite
and become again consolidated ; biit,
instead, he hat been irwistinlr on his
fight to tho Democratic - nomination'
nhowiii'' ithaf ho iirefOMwHs' own ng-
grandi.cinunt in the harmony of 'hi
jiariv. . jiu Ji:ailllil -lliurciuiu uuiuiii
much" cympalhy iu liis.pruscnt.protot-
ntions of JoinbcraUc feidtyf ' Hereto
-rV ... . -v . .. ,: r
uru no na oceu a uiiixuu iiiovu
nieot J j man 1"6 & t hVinoil loin oh'e
tas ro oiteu couiuiemlcu to tlie Iijis oi
other Democrat he desires to put
awayjfniui himself. Hut he cannot do
it. Ho must h wallow it, and, if the
iiiofcfflcnHinTti'rateil 6nlaVt Wcdnes-
lay night has no other effect, it will at
caat Jrhc AlrWiUoatfroiaWbe tracL
iciwnv rui mui4. liinu iiv iuii,v
dentil tiiafclomenPnf thiTcity'which lias
iccn tho hand of its projjterity, this
result will -be ftw good, us .cojild be
wuueuJor,
THE FRENCH GOVERNMENT
r i
-. . - it i
1 tn t-c-
3mW Tavre, Minister tif Foreign
AjTairs, was born at Lyons, larch Illst,
180H. He Ikip always been n litlo.op
"poed' to Louts "Xnpolcon.
i . ' i.ot'in josr.t-Ji nrpr.T.
President of the Council, 'was born at
". ' - - 1 fc.
Mirccoui-t, iiitho'Ari)U:LM;in JH1S. He
served as a.incmbar of Xnpoleon's cab
inet in 1S70.' '
I'Bl.lX LAMIIllUClir, -Miuistcr
of I'onnnerco, wjs born on
the dtli of April, MS!i. lojias ;up
ported llio Ronnparto dynasty.
I.OL'IS JOSKI'H l'K'AltI4
Minister of tho Interior, was horn iu
Paris'in 1721. Ho has been a bitter
opponent of .N'opolcou.
AllOt.l'lt ClfAni.M 1.T.TrT,
Minister of War, was born at Tosncren,
in ISO 1. Ho has been n f-ujiportcr of
botn
at 1. orient, iu IBM.
,.1J
'it i'.Y.n Amianii nrrAt'itii.
.MIAN!)
Minister of Justice, was born nt Sanjou,-
in ljl'o,' . t i -s i'i
m. in: I.AltCV,
Minister of Public Works, was born
Jiyous, iu LSI I
AIiMIItAI.
PAYTir:
iI'M
1.. n
Minister of Mariiio, v.'iis,lMirn nt Paris,
V - f .i it.
ill 1822.
NEWS OF THE DAY.
1 1 1 a
(iuurgo Alfred Towiucmd contemplates
thu publication of n Sunday newspapur In
iWMhlugtoilCity.J, ;i V ?
St. I.ouls, "thu fuluru great eity of thu
world," WhV Ileavli, Is to havo a ciiotom
houio worth C-3,000;oOo.t' fintoK-jmphs
Hon. KnutiH Weill from Wellington.
A now art association has lu-cn formed
Iu Jfuw'York city. Its object is exclusive
ly tho vncotiragomuutof Anioiieaii urtlitf,
and bringing" Into favorable notion their
productions,
vin tUQ-MOrm which nwont nviT llv ena
Ark.;. .last, week, thirty-threo buildings I
wero. destroyed, h woman and child
ssverelyi; wounded, and 'oldj man ' Ips
hll'f!TJiois or properly Is ettlmatcdl
at not les than if r'op.oOj),
Soma ladles of Jall'er,yn Ciy, ilo.,
havo-recaived an autngrapli lutter (join
tbe'KmprcssAuguSiaackiiowlelfging thu
receipt of a contribution, from tbatfiljy,for
'tW bonefltjof' tliu sielt'iiml sullurlng soN'
dlors of the flormun. army.
A young iharried woman of Brooklyn
attempted' to commit suicide not longsinco
to oscspa, dplng bousowork. In her letter
of farawqli, the pathetically stated that sho'
was determined to seok a spot whoro thoro
were no dishes to wash. Not being an ox-
Ministcrof Publio Im-truetion, was
24, 1371.
pert Intlio hanilllng ot a plitol, jhrj oMy!
wounded hmlf, and her huvoahd tt
now hlrcla housekeeper and olhcr "help."
Ladlcj, makb a noto of this.
Itoa InOraln.
Kcnrly ovcryboily hns hoard of "rogue
inurain," wiiiio-imt tow;j)eopio probably
umforitnnd oxnetly wlistthey aro. In
Clilcat-o thoy know preclioly. Tlioro is a
ellquoof warohoiuomen and grain spocu
ll;rs iuitho entcniriiiae city, who havo
orgnlr.!' what1 U called tho Klevatol
Ring, 'a highly rctpccublo iuor iation fo
swindling the. public on an onortaou
loilo: tiicioarelhb'eonuuioroeuo in craln.
'NotiAllUod with rnljblac;'the public and
itioir cuiiomori, tiiey oom to nato intoiy
ontQrod upon the prltovfoclhy otcuntlon
of rnbblne each olnor : und. If thofo U ny
truth In old provorbi, honcit men who
deal with, or In Chicago mar now Indulge
in finio iior ortreuinc; moir uuc.
To uniloriUnd.iho JuoriU ollo QUHrrol
among"tli'di6'BontryT' It I nixwisnry to
KrtowKomoiinng ortno ttrango nnu mys
torloui way. in which thn t;rain trado it
eonrltietod in Lnleaca When crnin
ton-il In n wnrchouso or clprator, It it
wali?hcd und innnmtnd. tind n'rccoiut Is
clvcn for It, which entitles tho holder to a
eortsin minnmr or grain or n sir-c loU
quality upon payment of charce. for stor
age. This receipt is a negotiable instru
ment. Now, If tho waroliouioniun is in
want of fiiiuls, all ho has to do Is to Itiuo
tu tunny rcuclpu of this kind as ho thinks
no can tnxe caro ol, without rcgar-i to tho
quantity of crain ho has In ttore, roll thom
on the market, and charge tho usual rates
of storage on tho grain thoy represent
thu receipts carrying itort0' - duo bills
carry Inturi-st. In othor words, thu ware
housemen borrows tnoncv on noth-
Inn ccllatorial. and then Charcot
tho lcndur of tho money ttorn-'o on us
many bushels of nothing nt he putt up
for tcoTirily. Ho actually accomplishes
tbocfU-n described, but never before ro
llxiid, exploit of living on the Interest of
hit own ilubts. Ills peculiar and per
phjxlng ; but this Is what it amount to in
thn cud, and it exhibits n financial con-
tut which uouhl only hnvo orielnntid In a
io"tlorl of tho country whoro an Irrcdoem
ublo paper currency Is cstoomed the surest
roumiation ol national wealth and pros
perity. Thcru urn ninnv ntlinr urhrlnnl nnil
highly Intorutiiig'(caturct of tho, Chicago
graln'trado. 1'or instance, by a cdmblna-
tiou between tho waci'lioii'iMiKii-iiiul tho
ri!ro-id cmp.-(nlcsjn Illln,! the owners
ind 'cirti'lencoi of ifraln "shlppca to Chlcv
go loio till control over their., pronnrty as
toon lis it Is on board tho car's. The fall-
road companies deliver tho irrnln to what
ever warvliouio they nlcnsc, without ro-
gard to thn Instructions of tho owners nt
toJudpstinatfon. Thn railroad alto refuse
to glvo rci'lpts for liny particular numbor
of pmimlsof bushels or grain, butnttend
;tvo nnu oi isaings; lor, no nuny "car
oafti,' tliiiurs.Iu to bo wi-ished nt tho ele
vator and a rmVipt returned for as much
nt thn warehouseman or Inspector sees fit
to tu-Knowicnco. v nun i;ruin is pastoii
lulu mi itlovnior, mlw In irM relonil-
blu lor iu-codition. 'H-i between tho rail
road company and t ie warehouseman, it
may Happen iiiai a ' .an who Hits tnippmi
LOi,-) hu.holi if K. 1 'prlni: wheat may.
at tho onl of Ih.ttv d. vs, llud )iiiuolf thu
owiK-r nfMO 'liushuU of "n-JcctiMl," the
warehou-oaiHti h.tving the power ofiiv-tIng
it as ht" on tho Hoard of Trade bulletin
if ho chooses1 to do to. Soinutiines crain
shipped from Hi. Loussto the Kast has its
trado cnangou ny a umpio transiur at
Chicago; and oMasiachusotti Urm reports
a ran in which two car loam or dry corn
of a high grado In pastiiK through Chi
cago bocainu trHiismuted Into dlrtv low
inixud grain.
Tho excitement now prevailing among
tho grain dealers of Chicniro has bean
caim.il by tho nlloced Issuu of fraudulent
cerimcaiui, anu or impronor transactions
In tho Inspection of crain in which tho
chief inspector, some of tho Director of
llio lioaru ol xraiie, una union aro said to
ho implicated. Union the present grain
warehouse mtcm is radically reformed,
.Chicago is certain toloiu It immunso crain
fi..ji. .-.I li-l.J .It--- r..l t i .t.
irnon, nnu u uiu iii.Kineviui irre(;uiiriiuui
which huve' rccontly been 'cxpoicd havo
. i r 1 1 1 V- i " i.
mo ivueui; n, iwuin tu iucji,,u rctuu, u
win no lununato ior tno city
luiiiivtlouortlio New KittR )fNialn
. King Amndco has not vet attumptid to
reorganise tho stato aud fntroduco any of
tnosu lasting rerorms wnicn maKes a nation
nt onco reel tno nana oi a masior; ana yet
ho has done many thine which, small us
thoy are, denote his 'determination to
reform evoythln within his reach. Ho
l-ommimccu by abolishing tho old SpanUh
etiquette and oven ni a King to demean
liii.i.nll' lll.-o nn ordlnari- rilizi-n. Uo ra-
moved tho artillery In i'runt of hit palace
nnu disuiiisRii tnreo-iouriiis oi ins oouy
guard-V in driving out hu uses nn open
twif. horse earrlaco In prefercneu to thu old,
hi-M-vsix hoio monsters. IIul-cu unatslx
o .!.'. k in thu morning, and uu thu.tlrst
morning niter ins arrival at Jiadri-1 ho
as:aii mr ins uroaKiasi in aoout sevon.
Tho maiur donxo declared that tho Snauith
kliiL's had usually takon'thoir breakfast
butweeii' 10 and 11 o'clock, aim. Amadeo at
onco ordered ms ureauiast ror tho nuxt day
at seven iu thu morninir. culled his ud.
Jutiuitl ' crossed tho place in front of thu
puinoo on iooi, anu iook ins urt-auiuct at
tno iiotei oi i aru ni mo raore n" iof. In
an hour tho astonishing ntfair wus known
and admired throughout Madrid.
Tho next morning thoro was an unlvuwal
l"vi. A miuloo reinsert to havo his hands
U-scil, nnd lio introduced the dumoeratie
Imiul-sliiildnir, nnnthor "movemont of sur.
pruu and admiration throughout thu paiii
tal. On thu nuxt day1 lto'rccolved u . pell-
Hon, in which thu .ehool-tenchofs men-
tinned that they had not rccolvod their
wy.,I0r 'P"neva A.naw bruVcd
,iB,e iinisiur oi,inil,in'criorsjnto.'Ujpru.
em,innd' after ho bail satls'fled himself
that tho complaint of tbo school-teachers
Vrt . vroll-fgundyd he daclared that ho
would, not rocoJvo a shikIo" ponny of his
own ev,il.-(st ,,nti t, arrears of the
sehoobteiichers wore pnul.
Thu Spaniards never had Mich a kin-!
bo.l"ijrii. j'A'hpy bivo hlpi , so niieh nud b
iilvowpenrtliat tlie, Jpiing tptcoowjio
Uiil;nbt hec.Mnr!iny Iror hiisliiml, becatmo
fcuo was tnilil'PtJltOUUlo, hu already
sMft,,i.' lrS"i .Kl
Vive al Madrid.
jworenca anu .wiusoou ari
Thn ltlvuU lo the ! ' srisrana.
Count hr Pahis. Louis Phllltppe, Al
bert d'Orloans, Count do Paris, who, it is
said, will bo placed at tha head of the pro-
ONLY
tttonial MVatt of Franc- is a son of
the lataTiake a Orleani, and granason or
-ouii fhllllppe, late king ol tne i-renctr.
uu torn a, ran, Aug. ji, lew, ana
corwoqmnuy but ten roars of ago
when tho revolution of 1848 drovo his frfm
Ly Jron.1 tho u,rno. In company with
w horoio jnothor ho wltneed ae stbrrrir
wet., m tho French Chambers, and subso
quonM, went with her to England, whore
tlioDuchou d'Orlonns died In 1843. lie
was educaWd under tho caro ut this
accomplished Wdy. and; In 18C1,
accampaaiea .pyuu.brottier, th DuVo Ue
Qharticfho eatntito Ataatiai aVd terlder
cd his sorvicct to tbo fodertA. irovernmenC
Tho young princes wero atuUied to tho
tun or won. Mcuicnan, anu remised to
tho cloio of tho peninsular camp&Vn,
when thuy rctlaned and returned to Eu
rope Tho Count do Paris married his
cousin, tho Princess Mario Isabellc Fran
roian d!Ali Antont Tul. Vnrnnmtn.
Ill"- j .. l- . , . , . r . .
aiucsk u(nitrr or ino xuko uo jnonipcn
aier, lately nrominontlr identiflod with
Spanish affairs.- Jly thlj lady bo hns
two children.
Cou.vt UK Ciiamiiord. Henri Charlo's
i-crditmnd Mar o Dlcudonno d'ArtoI.
Duko of liordoaux and Count do Cliam-
bord, is the head of tho oldor branch of tho
liourbon Ismilv. anil was born in i'ariJ.
Soplombor 20, 1820. His father, Princo
Charles Ferdinand d'Artois, Duko do
Herri, was nsasiinntad in .March of the
muio year, Hu was baptucd with great
Comp in water brought from tho Jordan
y the eolebrated author Chateaubriand.
nnd rccolvcd thu titlo of Count do Cham
bonl from tbo castlo which was purchased
for him by publio subscription. Hoonaflor
tho revolution of 1830. Charles X ro-
olvcd to abido in his favor, and even mado
a proclamation to that oil'cct to thu troops
assembled at ltamboulllet, but tho demon-
tration railed utterly nnd tho Duko of
llordcaux was forced to quit the country.
After residing soino tmio at tho ancient
palnco of Holyrood, In Kdliiburir. ho trav
eled through tlormanv, iKimbnrdy nnd It
aly, to complete his education, ami in 1843
settled In London, whero ho opunly
claimed tho crown of Franco and hold "a
sort of royal court iu Jiclgruvo Squaro.
In 1853 it is said that u compact was con
cluded between tho Count do Cbaihbord
and tho princes of thn house of Orleans, by
which tho coofllctlnir claims of the elder
und younger branches of tho Uourhon fam
ily were amicably nrrangod, but this agree
ment, if any such was made, has never
amounted to anything, as tho rivalry ha
continuod a itrong as over. Tho Count
was ir.arriod in MO to tho Princess
Maria Theresa, daughter of tho Duko of
Modena, but no 'children hare resulted
from the union, and the probabilities aro I
that tho elder branch of thn Ilotirhons
will becorno extinct at his death.
Tiik Washington House of lteprcseuU
atlves passed, on yesterday, tho enormous
South rn Pacific railway land steal. A
lladical party tolegram says that the Dem
ocrats, "who want tomako capital by op
posing nil land grants," did their utmost to
(Iflli-al ma ononuouj ttoit u-Jiloii it s-ort-
pratlfylng to hear. Hut the lladical ma
jority, being of n party that want tomako
capital oi nnoihor Kind, by stealing tho
pcoplo's land for prlvnto gain, passotF tho
bill, giving it lilu votes. Only 03 votes
wero given nntuit It ; but this number in
cluded all thu Democratic members.
This hugo land-stealing schcino grants
"atone foil swoop'1 somu twenty millions
of acres of tho public domain to a comjm
ny of as unconscIonnbloconQdonco men as
over plundered a treasury or picked a
pocket. Thu grant embraces twenty al
turnnto sections on each side of tho pro.
posod railway in territories, and ten sec
tions on each side in California. Tho
whole aroa of tho errant is oquivalont to nn
entlro stato soraowlmt larger than tho
lower ponluiulaof Mlchlcan.
Wlliin f lin l-AnifMiilnnal nliuillnnii . n v..
pendlni! last fall tho TYmtj warned thn
poopio mat radical party, which Innugu
rated thlt system of wholesale land atnnlini..
was committed to IU continuanuo. Tim
nowspaner organs ol that parly donled It,
and muao nprctenco of expressing hostllitv
to any inoro land-grubs. This twenty",
mllllon-acro grab is tho rcsponso of tho
rauicai congress w an sucu virtuous pre
tentions. It It useless to disgulso the truth. Tho
ltaillcal party is a party whoso leading men
nnd most trutted oilico-koldcrs aro public
thieves, leagued with gangs of private rob
bers and plunderers. This twontv-milllou-ucro
grab for tho bcuatlt of Mr. John
(jnarios rrenionianu ms associato tmoves
is, tho lato.l proof of tho fact. Chicago
Jimet.
ltlchard Adams Locke, tho author of tno
coiuuratea Aioon hoax, died yesterday on
Statoti Island, at tho ago of tuventy-four.
1 no Incident of his lile, und which has
mauo mm Known lo mine, was the author
kiiip of a nrutouded account of tho appear.
unco of thu moon as purported to bo seen
In 1S3S by Sir John Herschcll, tho cele
brated astronomer, when ho visited tho
Capo of Cood Hope with his Immuuso
tolescdpe. Tho minute and technical
dc.criptiou which tko account gavo of a
uuwlv discovered habitable world, with
its winded population and utranirouuimali.
uuccivuii thousands or wen educated per
sons, mo pruionucu tourca was llio
"hdlnburirh belt-ntluo Journal,' aud many
savaus in the country actually wroto to
tho editor for further Information. Tho
Moon hoax was u emit success, and it was
much admired even after its spurlousnct
was discovered, ior tno inuenuity ot its
descrlptluti, especially of minor details.
Tlil. caused it to bu republished in IH'j'J.
and had it not been for tlie imposture thu
numutii nicnaro Adams j.ocko wouutnoi
havo been tbousht worthy of helm handed
down to posterity.- ixeio t ors atamani,
. . iii
rIh this country thuro I uo working
nun, be ne evor so poor nnu iiumuie, who
may not, if ho will, hotter hit conditicn
each succeeding year. To do this, he unut
correct tho habit of sponding every week
the full week's curnlugs. Hn muii tx-gln
saving a little instead of spending all,
Haifa dollar will amount twenty-six
dollars a year. In four yrrs this sum
will glvo the turn of over a Iwndred dolj
lara. -In tari'vears; by adding Interest; to
his savlns-tSa voor nin will bo ablo to
i,nv a. Hit), hnuao. If be saves a dollar a
week instead of half a dollar, ho can bar
a housa twlca as large t and larger still In
proparuoa wtexjr.awosiaV; of his
sving. "Who will, not be a householder?
It is what wa waste la' uwlau selfdndul
gaare, that katfsi u poor.
DAILY PAPER IN E&YPT.
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known, n-l whsra lliey saapUnt au others. Is
(rrcntrr than can l-o supplied. '
It never falln Irf ny kind of work. II U tlmola.
eoiitlttlni; of a (aw nlronn jrt, and It Tcrtlctl.
Iced rnali ra It to run nior umi uinn rw...
nr without cliinijo of atilch or tension.
C'lolhlnir nnd (iliiro mannfticturan luStf..!, in
II ollirrn. mid that It If luit lha lhln for r.m,l
wlng ererylwdy iril I Acknonledco Aerxn.
Iiiinj?.
M("ir. lliiilrrs harp rral aizaa andtdlAnrfnt
atylei, of llnltli, and ronpoctrolly Invite all who
want tko
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Mannfacturrit to giro ilieina call befor purcha.
Injtcli-owhcre,
Call anil tJct a Clrcalar.
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185 and .187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
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AlIIINTUATORS NO
ritji:.
EkUlu at Jwvti Cauble, deceaaed,
Tho uailrnlffnej hat Irjf len appointed admin
i.trator emu Ivul.tinenlu nnnexo of tha ratal of
Jnooti Caulilu Iniouf tho County of Alexander and
Mute of Ills., dri-eas rd, hereby Kirra notu mat h
ill apiur l!oro Iho Cnuntjr Court of Alexander
ooonty, at tha rMirt Iioums in Cairo, at ana April
Trnn, on the Third Monday in AatUi mis,
al alneh time idl Demons htring clain aaalnit
,nl cliiti aro notlnisl and requcstnl lo atUnd
for lliparpoet'f having the tame adjutled. All
pi-raoim iadrlj'.d to said ontata u imii to
inil.p imnnidUlaDuyiiu-nl to tlieunderalzned.
P.Uid thla2latdsyori'liruary, A. D. 1ST1.
MO.iKl HUTHO.V,
Ailmiaiitrator cum testniatoBnK).
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okti:k.i,
HANDBILLS, CIRCULARS
-And Ml kin
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Uomniorelal arrnu, to
Tho Second House t Flfta msJt,
Bettreeu m w e J r I aA ja a)tl aj jt
AdJ terp consUatly on hand full tupjlxf '.
lYfUriNDOLDFURMTIti
Carovcrlcit.Netloua.Tai-a.al .
Also, Dry floods, Clothing, Prorinona and Coo
fecllont, at Iho Tery awtt price, i. lb eiy.
Uon'tforuet that Mrs.Wellman haj'chanjedher
nuce ci tiuamesa, anduoa'tioraas the lectllo or
her new aland. ilr. W.IIuiau will alway fa
finindat home If not In Ike star rooM.iaU
itweiling parioftlM house. - dlnUw .
A rietlmof ratty Indiscretion, caueina nltu
eblliiy. prematura deear. ti.. Inrlua triad la
vain erery advertised rvmvdy, iiu innilJ i
iiiuiv uiviuie ui hu ourr, wnicn ne wm eenu ror
hie fcllow-auflerera. AJOre. J. If. TUTTLK
ISwtm Tt Naaean at., New Terk.
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