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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II. OIIKRLT, Editor and TuWIth. r!
Sunat JIornino, Doc. '24, 1871.
TilKI or TftK Plltt lU tLtTI I
t Subscription.
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One year by carrier, In advance to "
One month, by Mull, '. . 7
Thro months ............. M
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049 Tfr, c
71 rfltrtii paper of Alexander cimntv and of the rilii oj
Ourt) ; t he only nornlnr 1M1 Southern ini i
a vl.U-mrakr tir nnl : M fearleut out-
rpntcn on all tuhletfi Mrretf to the puHtr ;
vilk nnrge mvi inetntuvl tiituMim, the Unlit
tin wVi'rir, the m' tmm ot intelligent render aiul
enteryn tiittg Im t men,
Tlln DOLLAR WEEKLY IIULLETIN.
John II. OberlyA Co. rme reduced the mb
reriptmn price nf the Weekly Cairo lliiiletln to
(Hi DMarpermium. nuking It the cheapest pa
per publUhed inSouthrm Illinois.
The Perry county limner lias died
a natural death.
(..I'LL, one of the jihysiciaus who
attended the Prince of Wale?, is to be
made a baronet, aud Lowe, another
one, a knight.
Mr. Svmszr has introduced in the
senate the expected resolution amend
ing the constitution by confining the
president to one terra.
A Micb.igan.man named Handier, on
the shady side of seventy, recently mar
ried a young woman. A few days ago
he took i dose of strychnine as an an
tidote, and is now happily rid of lib
troubles-.
It retrains to n whether the
gOTeraesnt will interfere its much
cJd liiisiaaee in quieting the un
happy disturbances now existing in
Chicot county, Arkansas. The state
authorities are not equal to the task
the. colored militia of course will take
sides with their own race. The case is
one in which both law and humanity
call for the aid of the general govern
ment, but the riot broke out over a
week ago, and when last heard from
the inhabitants were still at the mercy
of an infuriated mob.
Radical newspapers say the ob
jections to Grant as president are
wholly against the man himself that
the sole question among the democrats
and his opposers generally, is "how to
' beat Grant." This is true and the
reason is because he is the neplm ultra
radicalism its spirit and its ctnbod
iment in one. In his administration,
the people have had a specimen of rad
ical rule how it works and what it
leads to. The defeat of Graut is the
overthrow of Radicalism, and is the
one object heartily desired by the
democracy and by all the friendi of
free government.
"It is dangerous to swap horses
while crossing a stream," said Lincoln.
This was a safe maxim in 1SG4, and
the administration thinks it safe now
and are therefore engaged in the lauda
ble attempt to bring on a war with
Spaiu. The New York Sun says in
this connection : "All of our advices
' from Washington aud elsewhere, lead
1 to the conviction that as a last desper
'ate means of re-electing Grant, his
' managers contemplate bringing on a
' war with Spain, with Cuba for its ire-
'text. This they think will make his
' re-uomiuation certain when everything
' else is bound to fail."
The year has rolled around, just as
its predecessors have done for eiuhteeu
centuries, and Drought us to another
ChristmaH time. The traditional mirth
and good cheer and happiness are
already wide spread, and under the in
fluence Jof the good humor and kind
feeling which all iiowspapcn, and
especially religious newspapers, should
entertain at Christmas time, The
Bulletin extends to nil ita readers
the greeting of a merry Christmas.
For the little children we invoke the
kind rcmemherance of Santa Claus,
their patrou saitit we hespeak full
stockings of books and toys and con
fectionary aud sound stomachs to enjoy
the latter. For the children of a
largergrowth, we beseech the happiness
of full purues wherewith to gladden
the hearts of families and friends with
the usual gifts without which Christ
mas is not Christmas. For the ladies
wc wish the gratification of every
desiro or their hearts iu the way of
present, and last, but not least TllK
Bulletin petitions charity and kind
liuess to take possession of the hearts
of all its readers that they may remem.
her the poor, th0 needy and the afflicted,
that the blessed influences of Christ-'
mas day may bo ftU by all, the rich
and tho poor, tho f'ortuuto and tho
unfortunate, the sick and tl,0 w
the wicked and the good, "and
listening to-morrow morn for tho song
of the heavenly Jhost "Glory to God
m the highest, on earth peace nnd
good will, to men" and hearing its
echo in our hearts, may wo all fervently
Biy "amen." J
Ifr-In a recent later to the Now York
Iruteptndtnt, Father Hyaclntho sets forth
bU religious position with great clearness.
While preferring Protestantism to the
ultrnmonlnno papism of O'O adherents of
inioiituility, lio objects to mo lormer
that while oxnltlng tlio WMo It reject tlio
traditions which complement nnd explain
tlio sncrwl writing". Ho will tliorpforo rc
mnin n Cntliolltf, becniMO Cntlinllcltin,
rightly tinilorjtood, upholds tlio wholo of
Jtcvolntton, written nml spoken, nnd U
founded not on tlio individual conscience
Imt tlio universal nnd constant tciiclilnir
of tlio church. Whether tho irood fnthcr
enn find iinywlicrn, except in Ills own Im
aginntinn, nny such consistent teaching, is
for him to determine.
taf Tlio Davenport Oattttc reports n
case of scarlet fevor In thnt city hopefully
treated with ieo. The patient wns a little,
soil of W. A. Foitor, Esq. On Snturdny
evening he was so far gono as to be tinnblo
to even whisper. The feci wcro cold while
hlslipitd nnd body wcro burning with tho
fever. A n desperate remedy the attend
ing physician tried what lie had read of,
but never resorted to Ice
bainlngei about the throat.
Relief enmo In n short timo after
the application of tho ice, nnd on Sunday
the boy recognized nnd spoko to his pnr
cnts In a clear voice. Improvement con
tinued tip to Sunday evening, with fair
hope of complete rccovory.
8gu It has long been tho custom to issue
rations of tobacco to tho convicts in tho
Michigan state prison. The nmountannu
ally paid for this purchase has often
amounted lo $2,000 an average of $3 or
ft to each prisoner. Mr. Morris, the
agent, has offered to supply each prisoner
who will forego the use of tho weed, with
any one of the standard magazines for tho
year. About seventy have already chosen
the magazines instead of tobacco, and
more will probably follow suit.
feaT It is said that once in a company
of literary gentlemen, Mr. Webster was
asked if he could comprehend how Jesus
Christ could be both God and man. " No,
sir,' he replied; and added, "I should bo
ashamed to aeVnowledge him as my Sav
iour if I could comprehend him. If I
could comprehend him, be could be no
greater than myself. Sach is my Inability
to save myself, that I feel I need a super
human Saviour, one so great and glorious
that I cannot compreLend him. ''
It is probable that Lord Napier
who represented Great Britain in Wash
ington during part of Buchanan's presi
dency, and who afterward served in
nearly every court in Europe, will succeed
Earl Mayo in tho vice-royalty of India
next year. The office is almost equal to
the chief magistracy of any state in Eu
rope, and far exceeds, in salary and emolu
ments, the presidency of tho United States.
Beside two palaces, th salary is f 125,
000 a year.
f-" A young man, " strapped," recent
ly went to Galena, and, in order to secure
board and lodging, delivered himself as a
murderer, saying that he, at such a time,
killed a policeman in Boston. The chief
of police of tho latter city telegraphed to
Galena that no such murder was ever com
mitted in Boston. The young man is yet
in jail at Galena, feeding nt tho expense of
the county.
BQi, A French authore?? snvs: "A
kissjiyes mora pleasure than anything elso
in tho world." To this un editor resnonds :
"That writer evidently never experien
ced tho childish rapture of descending tho
stairs by sliding down tho banisters.'
BgiThcro is a cat in Daviess countv, In-
diana, which has the chills nnd fovcr as
regular as any of the rct of tho family.
And yet, tho pcoplo over thero think that
Darwin in a fool I Louisville Courier
Journal,
BaJoo Jefferson and Henry Ward
Bcecher have both declined to open tho
new oporahousoatllay City, and Buy City
is tinctured with melancholy.
8. A fire at Jefferson ville, Texas
Thursday morning, destroyed Murphy &
Lockhart's buildings. Kitlmatcd loss,
$100,000 j insurance, $50,000.
Ies Five hundrod und forty-thrco ap
plicants for the various otlicca within the
gift of tho logislaliifo have already en
gaged board nt Dos Moines.
B. Tlio Burnett House, In Cincinnati,
U to bo Increased In height, next suiinnur.
eight stories, and is to havo a Mansard roof
and four towen.
S&T Charles Dickons, Jr., furnishes a
a Christmas utory to Jill tho gap his father
left.
ALKXIS IXquilMXU A1IOU1 OL'lt WOltKl.Sfl
MK.V. (From the Harllor.l Courant.)
Till rl 11 i' Mm fSmriil 1,.L l...
through the Bridgeport enrtridgo factory,
tho other day, ho pointed to several work
Ingmen.'and inquired of Gov. Jewell, "Aro
i i m ,uu tun mo common pco
plo?' Iho govornor replied that thov
were n fair aneelnmn nf II. n ..! :..
. .. . 1 -."v.. w. ti.u tlUllWIILT vuitfa-
na in flila i.mtnU 111!... .1-
v. ... wuiittj, - iiuv uu you monn 10
say theso get Into offlciul positions?" fur-
tint IIIIV nf (linai mnn H .st J 1 s-t '
Jewell, ubutracnofthoirclfli5 do; they
cuuwmuu uivii, musi ox tnem that is,
thoy can all probably read and write, and
moat ol'thctn take and road tho nowana-
rira' "Tin vnti L-nnw ...t.
Buch men bare actually boon elected to
ntlplniia A 1nwI. ttr
certainly, tho govornor said, "1, myself,
......v- ... vuu onuj. i n luuuur llll 1 was
911 vnn.B ff tl nil ' " nml .
J w. , mm bUU U1II1UUI1CUIIIUIH
seemed to puzzlo tho Duko a good doal.
Hero was tho governor of a stato, as well
dressed and as well appearing as uinisolf,
who had actually worked In a shop, and
una uiau wna welcoming mm m UCllHlI Of
a hundred thousand voters; it was more of
an engima than the boy had clphorod on
country ho will acortaiu, upon Inquiry,
... .v.j .mj vi ihu imuiii; inuii nero
havo como direct from tho workshln. In
UaiCllfll All. ...1 t- r . '...
uiuicuniumiiP! wnoru uo is now visiting,
Got. Claflin was a shoemaker, Senator
ilsonjwasacobbeor, also, and Gen. IJanks
was a machinist. In overy Stato lujt.suoli
jw-mndo men could bo found. ""Thoy till
tho highest placn. President Grant was
a tanner, and Vice-President Colfax a
nrinlor. Pro. ,in ti i -
ii i V mi. raus lor
llvlOK. lhere is no end to theso exam-
nini ir nrarnrtllnn a...i .1.. 11 .
.v... anu,,,, jjuico may,
if ho chooses, gathor facts enough to make
f !X Intorosting narratlvo. showing tho
bcuutlful working of a republican system
or government, to bo recitod to his most
SvKna SV,a w,b," ,ho old ee'itleman
shall ask him on his return to sum up the
experience of his journey.
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1871.
TUB STORMY CHRISTMAS,
Hoar on, fierce Wind, from over scat,
Iloiclgo tho roof-tiles, ulinhotho pane,
Bend half to earth tna iiilvrrnig Ircco,
Ami plough wild furrows In tho main i
Von cannot reach our Joynnco here,
Con died in tho heart of ChtMm.i- cheer,
it.
Heat, nrroy filer t, on wajlo mid wold,
Vail from weird lielshts of frocsing aides,
Whore- vapory darkness, fold on fold,
Hldta thoavrcct mornlnK's sapphire eyeti
Your shafts are vain to smlto us here,
All lapped in Christmas narmth nd cheer,
in.
Pour on, O mournful, sobbing; Itain,
With heart-break In your injgtic flow .
All nature, droops, ns If in pain,
And slilver with a nameless woe
You cannot drown our fancies fair,
OM dream, nnd new, ofChristmas cheer,
ir,
Koll, waro Ly wave, with ebon foam,
Yo Cloud,, athwart the billowy lieaen i
Swoop with black winRs.nnd gird our home
In gloom no faintest beam lint riven :
Yet, e'en your filioslly ibades nre 'viaro
Yo cannot dim our Christmas cheer,
v.
O Clouds and Tempest, Rain nnd Sleet
Vain forms of elemental rtrlfe
lion can ve chill that subtlest lient
Which warms nnd thrills to glorious life
All heart, by cordial tho lfihtt enticed
To btesn, llili day, the deathless Chrlt
THE TRAVELING GIRLS.
rouiiTEEN rxtn dauohteus or ameuica
PN rilKIIt TllAVKL-S TIIKOtroil JSlnol'k'
AXD THE Or.IEXT lMIOTOallArilEll
WITH AX EMPEROR DELIGHTFUL AM)
INSTRUCTIVE WANDERIXOS.
From tho New York Herald.
Alexandria, Egypt, Nov. 23, 1871.
A nnveltv Ainnni- American lfnvnlAN
, " O ..(v.u.B
abroad will induco the derision of tho
reader, becauso the American is himself a
novelty to fi oig.iors, nolwithstanding ho
nas oeen oncxiiiui.iou ior ncuny nceniury.
But what shall bo said of a party of four
teen young ladici, travoling over Kuropo,
Asia, and Africa, matronized by a lady
instructor, iu order that they may learn
from thegrcat bookof human life? Being
in Milan some two weeks ago, 1 had an
opportunity to observe an itinerant semi
nary, composed of more than a dozen of
the fairest of our American girls, In charge
of Mrs. Stone. Tho young ladles varied
In age from fourteen to twenty-one, and
represented every quarter of tho Union,
typifying all shades of innocent beauty.
THElr. XA.tlES
are as follows: Miss Nancy N.Sanborn,
Miss Erin M. Fuller, Miss Emma Eth
ndgc, Miss Caroline C. Bertsch, Miss Liz.
zie Bell Fuller, MUs Nancy A. Sanborn,
Miss Gertrude Thomas, Miss Flora Bell
Van Huyzan, Miss Kate E. Mitchell, Miss
Lena M. Gould, Miss Clara A. Avery
Miss Kiltie C. Baiter, Miss Mary T. Mc
Nauchton. Miss Lucinda B. Stone, nf
Kalamazoo.
THIS I'AF.TT
left New York nearly a year ago, under
tho direct supervision of Mrs. Ktone, but
for male protection they have Mr. II. G.
Gilbert and a courier, who attend to' all
the details of trave 'ng. They first niado
a tour through Ireland, where they were
greeted with tho generous hospital
lty which only an Irishman can offer nn,i
then passing through Scotland vUih..i
England. France, (iermnnv ,.-n,.
and Italy. Of courso such an aggregation
of young nnd attractive girls, blushing
with health and vi ility, nttracts the
curious gaze of tho
ASTOXICHED EUROPEAN,
who can llltlo understand why n voung
ludy should havo anything bevond n shaf
low property iu mujic and domestic nc
coiiiiil.'sfimciit. atlH, It touches a now
cystem for educating tho American young
i...i i ...i.; i. P
ihuv, unu unu which, irom mo results al
ready achieved, I worthy of tho largest
commendntion. It is simply taking tho
unueveiojiea gin irom mo close ana ue
leterious airs oftheEcliool room and ac
climatizing her to tho healthy air of Irc-
lanu, or me not, luverisli weather of
iVfrica.
EDUCATION A LA MODE.
"With her history and guide book at her
elbow, sho visits tho very scones described
in Koman history; sho climbs the Alps;
wunuera in somuues wuicn ncr ravorlto
pools have immortalized, and by turns be
comes gay at thocarouselsot great capitals,
and serious and thoughtful in tho stately
palaces and imposing cathedrals- Tho
most famous ruins, tho grandest living
works ot art and great natural wonders
move beforo her young, appreciative oye.
Sho beholds and ndmirc. She is n truo
traveler becauso sho hn not como abroad
when her taste has becorno neglected by
age, or her appreciation chilled by domostfe
tlos. Sho moves in tho poetry oftravol,
and without that girlish instinct her ideas
must very much rcscmblo thoso of Mr.
Twain. I havo rarely, I might say never,
seen a collection of
SUCH FRESH LOOKING anas
as compose this party. Thov nil enlov
their long excursion, and do not futigiio by
travel. Now it is Venice for a week, then
euice and .Milan. Landmarks famous
iu literature, churches and pccnery that
aro in tiio knowlcdgo only of thoso of
siiecial culturo aro carefully visited, and
tiio good Madame takes caro thnt tho
voung Indies do not leavo without amnio
Instruction. Thus it is that they learn
what can never bo forgotten impressions
which -a III sorvo thoin to become ac
omplished wo icn in tho drawing room.
"Why should not tho system becomc-popu-lar
V It has certainly a good effect on
society and is not a very expensive system
of instruction.
RECEIVED 1IVTIIK EMl'EHOR OF IIItA7.IL.
Tho vomiL' lndiea hnvn lienn fivprttrlml .ti
ed with pleasant adventures. Upon ar
riving in Egypt they mot the Emperor of
Brazil, nnd, expressing to his Majesty
their desiro to havo his autograph, tho
transatlantic sovoreign immcdialoly sent
for tho cntito party and spoko a few
nlcnsnnt words to cieli. ut tlm mirnn H.,.,.
presenting his photograph, duly indorsed.
liy a strangei fatality, whon tho y
young
ladles
VISITED THE l'YIUMIDS
a photogrnpor was employed iu taking a
negative of Don Pedro, with tho mam
moth mausoleums in tlio backgrounds.
Tho seminary was consequently taken at
mo eamo time, aim mo emperor declared
thut he could wish nothing to remain im
mortal oxcopt a ptcturo which had fixed
him in tho company of such a chnimlm.
circle not oven tho pyramids themselves.
ii iieruuiuniuo ucquuiuiauco was ronowed,
and each young lady was declared n nat
ural princess. A wock ago. tho parly,
conducted by a dragoman, sailed from tho
port for Boyrout, whoro thoy will go over
lnud to visit tho Saviour's tomb. AVhllo
at Cairo they rocoivod distinguished cour
tesies from Consul Goneral Butler. At
this timo one might think it dangerous to
move recklessly around tho Levant, when
cholora is spreading and quarantines nro
established in noarly ovoiy harbor, yet tho
young ladles go overywhere, nnd thoro is
rarely no danger.
(101 NO TO COXSTANTIXOI'LE.
If tho sanitary condition of Constantino,
plo permits thoy will visit tho capital of
tlio Turkish cmplro ; tlienco going up tho
Danube, will comploto their view of Eu
rope. It it safe lo say that no party that
has evor boon abroad has made a bettor
Impression than this family of prtlty
American misses,
ARKANSAS TROUBLES.
A PEJIFEOT BEION OF TEUK015.
OREAT EXCITEMENT IN CHICOT COUNTY
NEOROES IN ARMS AND DRtVINO THE
WHITES AWAY THE SHERIFF CALLS FOR
KEOULAIl TROOPS ACTION OF THE
OOVERNOIt.
Memphis, Tenn., Decomber 21. The
lastporson who left Lako Vlllago, tho
sccnoof tlio lntd outragos In Chicot coun
ty, reports thnt ho was ordered by armed
negroes on tho bank to roturn, which ho
refused lo do, and succeeded In escaping,
Thcro was groat oxcllement at tho time,
nnd from tho screams of tho white womon
and chlldron, whowero soon rushing down
tlio levee, it was supposed an attempt had
been mado to ravish iho fow white women
unablo lo leave.
Captain "W. P. "Walker, republican sher
iff of tho county, has mndonn application
for regular troops to bo ordered to quoll
tho disturbance, it being feared If thomlli
tlanre sent thoro. that they being colored,
will fratornizo with tho insurgents.
Evory whito cltlr.cn who could obtnin
p. conveyance has left tho country, which
Is being marauded by armed bands of
colored men. tho majority of whom nro
intimidated by tho rioters who havo said
they will not disband until thoy aro allow
ed to sottlo all tho disputes thoy may havo
had with thoso for Whom thoy havo
worked.
Tho govornor of Arkansas has sent his
adjutant to tho sccno of tho disturbance,
but in tho moantimo tho leading repub
licans, conservatives and citizens of tho
county havo united In n petition for rocu-
Inr truo). ,
Louisville, Ky,. December. 21. Tho
Caitrier.JmtrnnV VfpL'al.iirr-a.A.tn1
... ...... ..nauuioiilikllll IITUIIV
says : Advices from Lako Vlllago, Chicot
i-viKi.j, vnwiiitnr, say. in regaru 10 tlio
affair of tho 14th Inst, that John Sanders,
Furey Garrett nnd Owen Duggan bocamo
involved in apolitical discussion with n
necrn lnwvnr nnmivl tVvnn ...,;nl. ,n...ii
cd in n quarrol between Sanders nnd
ie..n. i i.t.i. .1.. j ... .
iijuu iu which mo tormer statiDcu aim
killed tho latter. The threo white men
wcro promptly lodged in Jail, but, on Fri
day last, a Inrgo crowd of armed negroes
forced tho sheriff to give up tho kevs of
tho jail, look out the prisoners, nnd'shot,
beat and mangled them In a most horriblo
manner, besmearing tho walls and fences
with blood. Tho mob then commenced
tearing down the houses, and compelled
nearly all the whito families to leave tho
place.
Tho negroes still hold the town. Thoy
aro some 300 strong with
a strong picket on all tho roads
to prevent nny one entering tho town.
Only ono white family Is left in the place.
The negroes nro ransacking houses,
stores, barns, &c.
The govornor has been telegraphed, and
Sonator Clayton has been appealed to at
Washington for aid. If no measures are
promptly taken to restore order, It is be
liovcd tho whito citizens will organizo
and march on tho town, when a bloody
timo may bo anticipated.
it.
A CHRISTMAS THOUGHT.
A lecture was delivered in Boston a few
dayssinco by tho Kev. Wm. B. "Wight,
and during his remarks ho beautifully
said: '
Msst of us remember days which aro
Bet in tho years of our childhood as gems
are sot in rings. In later lifo theso spark
ling points of time become effulgent ravs
rising liko huns; Hushing the household
sky with genial tones; warming its gray
with color. To unnumbered millions
Christmas has been such n ray. To sad
hearts it has brought gladnes". It has
stood liko a rock by tho sea. The dark
waves como moaning against it, to bo
caught and tossed into silver spray and
dash of rainbow". Though tho drops fall
back iignlnandaroloitin thnjoynu. ocoan;
though Christmas laughter fettles soon
into tho moan of care, tho next tido shall
repeat tho benediction. For, when Christ
mas is gone Christmas is coming. Though
tho yule log blazei but once a year, sparlcs
of its sacred llamo still linger on tho hearth
and mingle with tho fires daily kindled
whero it has lain. Tho benign c'ffect of a
merry Christmas docs not ceaio when the
tapers arc extinguished.
HrROEK'S NKW STOCK.
MUSLINS, MINTS. SHAWLS, ETC,
One ol iIih moHt attractive dl-dlay. ol
DRY GOODS,
In the city.
Commercial Avenue, iietween Ekihtii
and Ninth Street,
CAIIIO, ILLINOIS,
Iism ewry nvnualilo niiace In hla More room fllied
wiih .New liood.. Ilia stock ii com
llfte, coiiiriliiir ii beautiful
((lection of
PRINTS, PLEACHED AND UNIILEACIIED
MUSLINS, COTTON FLANNELS, ETC,
A splendid nrrny of
DRESS O-OODS
Anionic which are the
.Newest and Hunt l'nsliloiintilc
Colora and Materials.
Ho has a largo sloeU of
FU11S
I'lio ladlemlll llmlalargo asiorlment of
CLOAKS
AND
WOOLEN SHAWLS,
which nil1 bo hoM cheaper than anytnlnir or tlm
Vlnd ever old iu Cairo.
Mr. Ilurgor has laid in an immenso stock of
OOTH, SHOES, KII1110NS, NOTIONS, NECK
TIES, ETC.,
which he will aclt cheaper than tho cheapest.
DEXTBll EXCHANGE,
lau Ohio f.cver, near Stuuo Depot,
J. D. .ANON K, l'llOrillETOB,
Eresh Shell Oysters Received Daily.
Keeps always on hund llalilmoro and Mobile
Clyaior. which he will be glad to nerve to lila cuk.
tomers m the boit style, decnil
BOAT ftTOIlF.K.
SAM WILSON,
I'tiun in
BOAT STORES T
OnOUERIKB,
PKOVISIONS, ETC.
No. 110
Ohio Lever : : : : Cairo, III
oaotas raoxrtLr ruito.
WllOMMAIiR CUOCERS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LEVEE
CAIItO. ULINOIH,
A'so, keep conalantly on hand a moil com
plete stock of
HCOTCII AND miBIt WHIHKIKR
(I I N 8,-
l'ort, Mnderia, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
E SMYTH CO. nell exclulely for caah.to
. which fact they Invite the enpecial attn
iiuu vi ciue uargain uuyeri.
Special attention giten to Filling Orders
RANK ELECTION NOTICE.
AJSi,Hct.lon Tm '"' hu ' City Natlona
Hank riiendiy, January 9, Wi, tor seven ill
T,K,tor,?;. . A- AKKOK!. CaMile r.
decVJtd,
FAMILY llOCF.HlKfl.
LOUIS JORGENSEN,
Dvaler Ir. all kind of
STAPLE AND FANCY
G-BOCBBIES.
rnrnier'N Ynrd mini HtnblliiK
WITHOUT CHAROE.
Cor. Washington -ay. and Twenticth-st
CAIRO, ILLS.
J)2Tdtf.
3IILL.IXKKN.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
DEALER UN MILLINERY
AH It
LADIES EUKNISHINO GOODS,
rrlnl A
nnd lliiy llioMi'N
. . ;niu
Cairo, Illinoih.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Made.
llaa received a full and complete itoek of good,
the neweit and completed fit the city. An iiu
menae varity ol
RIBRONS, LACES AND FRINGES
he ofTer great Induccmtta to herpatrona and
All nlhera tncall fin ha. AAlnlnA .... ..ft... ...
.... ,7. r. i,-iiiiij7 uic iiriL-vn, niTiirs
and quality of her gooda.
-eV eS"A,to..!l0'.,' ''?U'rop,rly. wilt
TtflW l ihu ihnn tn rtirln.. i 4 t .
at thf yory Iowent prices.
OKNKItAI AGKNTN.
JIALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
AMD
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
H K IK'II A NT M
DEALERS IN FLOUR;
And A enta of
Ohio ltlver nnil Kannntia
SALT COMFAHIBS'
70 Ohio Levee,
' CAIKO, ILLINOIS
WOOD I WOOD ! ! WOOD ! 1
The undersigned will furnlah
HARD AND DRY WOOD
Am Client,), II not Ctieniicr
Than nny wood dealer in Cairo. Leao orders
on iho ulaiea nt the Poslodlce and at Itoaa' coal
yard, on Commercial avenue, between Tenth nnd
twelfth MreetH. Cairo, Illinois. I giro (rood
mcaaiini and will cord tho wood up If deHireil.
uimto-tr DKNNI3 HALEY,
LEGAL NOTICE.
LEflAL NOTICE 18 lurcby given that K. W.
Kittriilue, plalnilll', haa commrncod an no
uuii to perfevt n diatrcm tor rent againat Joaeph
lluyllsn, delendnnt, In the circuit court ot Alox
andor county, in the ntate of Illinois and that
t ho time und place of the return of aummom in
tho case In tho third Monday in January, Ml,
at Ihe court lioute in Cairo, llllnola.
aoTtMWt. "OlM.UAUUAN, Clerk.
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ENTERPRISE SAYINGS
I'lmrlrrrU Mnrrli 31, IhUU.
orrtrr. ix
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIRO
orriccait
A. H.BAFKORU, Preaidrnti
H. H. TAVLOIt, Vice.l'refiilent;
W. IIVSLOI', decretarr and Treasurer.)
uiarcToiii
P. V. IUacLtr, Ciiii. riALiciira,
Y, M. HTOcxritTU. I'ail O. 8chi'u.
It. M. CcNMimu, W. 1'. lUiiiDAi,
j. a, i iiiLLin.
IICoall ot nny Amount Ilecelvod Irom
aeu a eiiiK iiwani,
rNTEKEdT paid on depaaita at the rate ol all
j. percent, per annum, itiaicn jaianu Depicm
ber Int. Interefetnot willidrawn la Mlded fiiiine
dlately to the principal of the depoMli, thereby
giviug mem cuinpounu iniereai.
MAnRIEI) WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT MONEY
tO THAT .10 0C tUt CAX UBAW IT.
Open every buaineia dar from 9 a.m. to 3 u.m.
and Saturday evening lor HAVINU UKroMTS
uuiy, iro ill mat o ciuck.
nu.-uu w. iiihi.ur, -t reasurer,
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO; IMiINOIM.
CAPITAL,
8100,000
errician
W. I. HALL1DAV, Prciident
A. B. BAFKORD, Cashier!
WALTER HYHLOP, Aaaialant Cahier,
uiitcToaat
Btaata Taylob, lioatar H. Cunninqhan,
OCOTT WHITE, Yf, i; JIALLIUAT,
0 10. V, WILLIAXION, DTIfHEN liUD
A. 1). HArrOBD,
EzebaBge, Coin and Halted Ntalca
Bond Bonght aad Mold.
TvEPOSITS received, and a general banking
uuaiuesa aone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.OF CAIRO.)
DANIEL HURD, President)
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vlce-Presldenti
0, N. HUG1IE9, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bunk notoa and United
Htntea securities bouglit and aold.
Intercut Allowed on Time Drpoiltn.
iKHVHANVK,
Vi" II. MORRIf).
v. .. . ii. uaa nr. n.
i.iry nioiic, Ko. Pub. and U. ti, Ucm.
IFSTJBE!
l lllh, UULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK'
'"ftHT, LIFE,
- - -at& u. ssr o rra i v
ATNA. HATLTI'nnn
A",M--- .....ti.M.M 1,
NORTH AMERICA. PA..
:..7,73,0U0tt.'
HAKTKORD, CONN, J
AMf" - J.M4.2IO :J
PH07.NIX, HARTFORD,
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lUirtAH, II ARTFOKD. f
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CLEVELAND, CLEVELAND,
v 51J.CM8,
HOME, COLUMIIUI), '
"- 515,271 4
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
eoo.oiw O
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL I.Tv
A"f ' -JO.WJO.OU) t
TRAVELER', HARTFORD, LIFE AND !
ACCIDENT,
A,"t'1 IiOO.Oaj Of
KAILWAT l'AKAENOERII AB8URANCK
CO., HARTFORD,
VX,W) v
I vnvnvuTi.. ..
A' '..Lt3D,V,i I
I
SAFFOllD. MORRIS k fJANDEK.
, j
71 Ohio Levee,
r: i .. t . 1 1 a.
FIRE AND MARINE
XJN fc3 U t A JN G IE.
toni'AJnr.ti
NIAOARA, N. Y.,
AI -..ll.i'Mi.lH t
(IERMANIA, N. Y.,
Anxet ...l.o -jl 7.
HANOVER, N. Y.,
Aet . 7J,'JJ i"
REPUIILIC, N. Y.,
Acl 7ll,i'i i
Comprixiiig the Unilfrwrilpr' Asji-ncy
YONKEItti, S. Y.,
Aaet .-.....HTS.ttl
ALIIANV CITY.
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FIREMEN M FUND, . F-
7J,uij m
HECUItlTY, N. Y. MARINE,
- " I.tn.aii U
CTOKK, Dwelhnga, Kurnltiire. Hull, and Cji
KJ goes, Imuri-.l at rates as favorable at sound
jwniianent aecurlty will warrant.
I retpectlully alc ol the cititena of Cairo.
share ol their patronac.
i'. x. nt'onr.
OOORN, NANIf , KTCl
QO TO
W. W. THORNTON'S
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
FOR
Door, Mmd, Blind. Monldloa;,
Eavanttcn,(!rood)Wlndowiind Doom
Frame, rioorlns;, Lath,
Nhlnarle, l.lnred Nash, Glaied Hid
I.lKUts, -Qlased Traaavoma,
Saah WelKhlM, Nah I'ullle aad Cord,
Blind FnNlenlnara, Itooflna;
Fell, RooOnp; Cement, Plaiterlaar
I'ler, Carpet Felt, While
Lead, IJaed Oil, American Window
Cllaa, Engllah andFreneb
Plate Olaaa, ratty, ouster's Points
Hewer Pipes, Patent Chimneys,
Etc., Etc me
40ENTS.lor Rock Rlrer Paper Company'
HhMthina Felt and Quart! Oemont.
. W. John a Imnroved llooflnir ! on
and. " '
fJION WRITES.
CAUL L. THOMAS,
SIGKN WBITBR
a now prepared td reapond promptly to all de
, manda for Ida servlcea,
SIIOP-COR. 8TH-8T. AMD CoMMIRCAL-AV
In tbe Perry Ilonae,

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