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HIK DeLLAn WEEKLY 1IULLKT1N.
,v I. Oiierl) 1 Co hate redin'eil the
urll on pri"'" of me weeaiy wmro minnm t"
OiMnriwirKiM. mnking It llm cheapest u
permi'iii lie.i uiSautlierii llllnnl.
1'iik Vahinj:toii forii-l'fmtluiit of
the Savannah Xnr. mi: " Proini
1 ncnt GcorLiians now lieio uxjirc" (he
opinion that Modioli will never lotnrn
1 to Georgia, but will heck nn nvliim
with his friend Hulioek in Cnnatln. '
Sknatou Wilson, of Msiaehuctt!,
h spending the holidays in the pre.
paration of a f-pcer-h comparing tlio lo
i'llcations under Grant' iidminitratirM
with tho;e of ;ts jirwhw-or:'. lie in
tends to convince tiic country that
black is white by showing that
are far less in proportion to the
eyrt disbursed than an at any
within the last twenty ycaTc
The Washington corrc.ioii(lcnt '
the Chicago Tribune, gives some pen
portraits of the "friends of the admin
' istration. " The pictures are not
flattering but they are no doubt
truthlul, having been drawn
by an original radical. Among
Grant's supporters, there can
scarcely be found one man, of
whom suspicion has not been enter
tained at some time or oilier, of dis
honesty in some shape in public affairs.
" Birds' of a feather," etc.
The Boston Travelhr thinks that
" the president's recommendation of
amnesty was a surprise to congress
' and was received with general satisfuo
1 tion. " A cotemporary wants to
know what congress was surprised at ?
Was it that a man, while overriding
the south with his janizaries, should be
putting on the cloak of magnanimity ?
or i- it because he is only pveli'iiding
to take the fust step in a measure,
which six your Frvm .. j.v.
personal observation, he recommended
as so feasible and necessary that Charles
Sumner had to call him a whitewa-hcr
for it ?
THE radical carpet-bag government
of South Carolina, have involved the
finances of tho state government in
almost irretrievable ruin. An investi
gating committee which has hcen sit
ting in New York during the summer,
has just issued a report. Itegarding
the state debt tho committee declare
that thoy " cannot believe other than
' the fearful truths that stare us in the
face, that the bonus and stocks printed
4 by the American Bank Note compauv.
'82,510,000, represent the liabilities
vi uiu uiuiu, jor which ine laitti or
'credit of the state, however unlaw
' fully presented, has been pledged for
payment. The contingent liahility
incurred by railroad endorsements
swell the total to 820,000,000. " In
conclusion, the report nays : " 'J'Jio
' committee, in view of the atrocity of
these disclosures, tho work of the
4 present administration, or rather a
4 rmg composed of leading officers of
' the government of tho . statu, unhesi
' tatingly say that the republican party
' which elevated them to power must
' show its condemnation of such troaeh
ery and knavery by an immediate and
'united effort, by legislative enact -1
mentas well as by every other delih
' ertive measure, to bring to justice
'those who have prostituted the au
' thority with which they have been
' clothed, and so flagrantly and crinft
' inlly imperilled the trusts to them
' confided. "
tfSu Tho details of the recent Chinese
plot toinurdur all theChrhtians in that cm
piro have rucently been brought to light by
tho Iter, S. K. Mahord, a mlisionary of the
Church of England. The plot originated
in 'Canton, and hod for Its objct tho gen
erUdoiWuctlnn of all mlwlonary work in
7,'' f)" work began, about th0 irst
of Iwt July Vy a general distribution
around C.nV,nhnl lu ,uburL, of mM
Powdr. cUHdha.sin-Fan, or god.
and genii ,10wori wh,ch
lag calamity or disease. cil! powd
wero UkunbymuUitudos or,co lU.
then tbo story wai mrcad tlmt ' .. . ,
been circuUtcd by foreigners, and i,,ula
r u.,u.o omy to bo cured by fo,
v.b. . ,...,., ,(, nllU that those physicians
would noudmlniuerao remedy unless tb,
Chnetlaa chum i 'i'i.. . : .
oct. and thu in ,
-- mjiori ion iti el-
- " . ', ' '"""ineu wmi aiiKcr,
entero 1 upon the work of rob.tion ina.nan
nor tho most forocioui.
UBfTbi ltlclunnn.l ,
UIU jiruuucitont ofVlr.
elnlu. which liHvn r,..i..i.i.. .i
, uiMiiuiEiicu every year
Hon of tobacco In l?io .lames river alloy
hm diminished ono-half. As to wneni,
thodl.nlnutt." I"" greater, mo -
Hon tor V" years since mo war ue.nK
Tholast crop was almost
nn..ntiro failure, and tlio receipts full olV
e-lialf, so tlmt Richmond millers had to
mmOinso wheat at the nortli. untie,
.I.ren, h..iM S, hog, un.1 poultry have also
diminished in a greater ratio man me
Uadint: Maples. As all this diminution
In.soccintol since llm war, it Is evident
tlmt ihi) w ir did not p iy in Virnin.
faT facta which have been dcvel-
. . . . e -I. I 1 .l.....n
oped III llm cusp oi me iiiuii-i"""b
eleit'on cnoshov.t a hul stain of tlejnornl-
Ix-itdm m'I roiinl. l)olare;egivo IiIa iittur
ney t understand thai II" hu would rl;
iiphl-easu he would p-ovide for llm pay-
muni nl'thu latter out ol nu pay a a nieni-
her of eons"e-. The attorney Spent about
six hundred dollars of his privaio iuni in
nMiilnliitf evidence, ntid Delarjj.s refue.l
to pay, a also another hill of $1,000 for
tnrvli-i, rnllilnrn.l llV t in SalllO lUWVer. Ull
Inquiry or tho i-orseant-at-arnis, the attor
ney found that Dclaro haJ drawn not only
his pay opto date, hut also nil arrearages
for mlleai:i etc. Tlio attorney now pro-
poje to hold back all evidence, anil allow
Uowen to take the contested scat
Cjy- A recent ifsuo of Die llrrlhier
dtiniff contains nn article of so startling a
nature that tho editors impend card irom
the celebrated Dr.Siubcrt c-ertifylr.gto tho
r dm urftcr. Ho meroly ciirns
tlic Initial' ".I. I!.'" but i said to ho r
wealthy and eccentric man wlmo rcsi
denco i furnished throughout with art!
clcs which have bolongod to deceased co
lnbiitios. And it is alleged that at tho
sale of Mr. Dickens' ell'ects he purchased
a mahogany cscriloir in which ho found an
outline of tho entire pint of "Tlio -Mys
tery ot tVlwln Drood " in tho hand-writing
of Mr. Dioknus.
DSyTlio .tonc-cntlcrs in the granite
qtiarries at Westerly, lihode Islnnd, aro
now on a strike. The cause does not ariso
from any question of wages or time, hut
tho employment of apprentices. Tho
trade is a good one, the workmen earning
from $3.50 to ?5 per day. Tho employer
had recoived apprentices, duly hound to
him by law, to learn the. trade. Tho work
men demanded the dismissal of a number
of these apprentices ; the demand being
refuted the workmen, P.Ofl in number,
8QT Dr. W. 1 Floyd, n distinguished
physician of Tazewell county, Va.was
thrown from his bucrv. and killed. Ho
was a nephew of John II. Floyd, governor
and seerctarv of war.
RX.The editor of nn Indiana paper,
who has ucen under tho weather for sever.
nl days past, dismissed tho attending phy
sician because the latter promised to ctT'jct
a "radical " cure.
A Connecticut woman's grief for
her hushand's i said to havo been
increased by the thought that parlor
curtain were In th vnb.
EST" There l ten feet of snow on the
l.itlle Cottonwood mining district. Utah,
and il is still snowing. The mid Ihi-, not
been seen for a week.
A TRAY ELUMi SIDEWALK.
NOVAI. MKTIIOI) dl- IIKI.IKVINd CKOWIIKI)
STIlKICrh IIAI'IP TKANMr ON A MOVING
hlUKWALK A l'ATKNTKII rlIOClS roil
iiiniNo on roor.
From Ine Sew Vurk World.
Tlio imperative demand in larL'o cilia
for some means of travelling quickly from
point to point call forth t-omo novel de
signs for securing rapid transit. Tlio
most curious that litis yet boon projected
is a plan, already patented, lor a moving
sidowulk, which shall bo in perpetual mo
tion, carrying pedestrians t Vho rate of
ten miles nn hour, a speed which they
can increase by their u bolo power of iu-
'lho particulars of llio plan aro briefly
these: It is proposed to have a series o"f
pillars along tho outer verge of tho curb
stones rising to thu height of thu second
story of ordinary buildings. Kjmco
between tho tops ot'thc-o pili-rs nnd tho
buildings adjucont is t..tic a siduwall;, one
halt of whiub s moviiblo and thy other
half .utlonary. It Is to be reached at
uvcry corner by a Malrwny. On the inner
or stationary walk pedestrians can pan
back and forth nt their leisure, entering
tho stores and ofllces which might then
occupy the sccond-itory of thu building,
and lie entered immediately from tin,
street. Tho other half of thci wall; made
of a sott of lattice-work and moving on
small trucks which are beneath thosurl'aeo
and nltnguther concealed from view, is
propelled at thu rate often mllus an hour
by engines beneath tho surfaco of the
ground at such interval), as may bo neces
sary to secure tho requisite power. Tho
sidewalk is moved bv fiictimi rulK-rs.
worked upon by shiilru which pass up
Iiroiich tile lltiriirlil nillir. mill nn ..nu
sldo ot tho ttreet painus np, nnd on thu
other side down, contlnuiillv nl..ln mi
day. On this movini; road wnv. iimb...
triaas may stand or occupy tho Humorous
chairs or settee thereon provided, and be
traveling toward tholr destlnatioii lit tho
lute oi ten miles nn hour. nr. if so in,.in,.,l
can wnlk at full speed in the fatno I'irec
tion thereby adding f.-ur or five mile an
nour 10 tneir rate oi progress.
The most iiiL'enioiio nart nf thu u'IkiIii
contrivance is tho duvleo for getting on
ii.u wu nils inuviiic; p unwny. l lio pedes
trian mounts to thu htatloimry walk, nnd
then if ho wero to ,tcp from this to thu
inovlni' onn tn, u'nnlil nt l. i..
il U I1U BllliltUII IV
floored. To preveuteuebiicaliisiriiiilii.il..,,.,.
is a sorios of seals ingunlously contrived to
uiuvu jmrwy on mo movnbioand partly on
tho stationary walk. Them aro stopped In
applying a brake, which roleasesthcni from
tho moving platform and allows them to
run on their own trucks on thu stationary
one, where thoy aro readily stopped. Thu
passenger takes his seat, tho conductor t.
kes his fare, tho brake is roversed, mid lm-
meuiateiy mn seat movos on, and tho tra
veller cun leave it without thu il.k of
breaking his neck.
All this II verv curlonn nml ,,nvl i.,..
how about its "practicability ? Wu nru
wiu uiiiv Buvurni compcieni uriglnocr Imvo
""'"'"w inui uiu pian mid pronounce it
eiiUrelj femiblo and far less expensive
iin any that has been broached before
"nrrll,S illns rapidly up nnd down
,KNC.rTk '"'d'wth between dlstnnt
ve v ittl 0,m'ul,1,,l(i,;' 'llh
J , I IoA,lol" "'at will bacontlnu-
""Br oi ueemeiii, nnd
street long or kliort, cru it , , ! 'b, "
"XII UU IlUl tin in
il... . r .U , " 'ounsTrHlO llm rea-.
, Ln ! r,,,ll,V:" Probably C'l.iimb
ers stioct, fr-jin l'nvi,iu tr t,, nr,,.,.,
THE CAIRO DAILY
tub iiAM:-oiiA.vm,KU wi:i)i.v(i. now
this imints lookki)
(Wellington Cr nt'lio (.'oiirlrr-.tournil.)
There wero two brilliant weddings
Wodeicsdnv evening, and nn
nt'Ttaintneul given by tho . cho-
rul society to its inactive mem
bers. Miss Chandler s wodding was par
rcdlcnce, tlio one around which tho great
est inlcrost clusters. JIlss Chandler Is
nn only child, and consequently bns no
rival lo nor miners weaun, wnieu is
reputed great. Without being hiindsomo
he cultivated, stylish and nimble. Sins
has been something of n' coquette, and
there have been reports occasionally thnt
she was encased. When it was
known iioitivul.v thnt alio was
in In) mar ri d thorn was qulto nn oxelto
tueiit. and immediately every ono nsked
luestlons about Jlr. hugeno Jtalo. it was
mile satisfactory to learn thnt ho was a
prepossessing young congressman from
Ala ne. and thai the matcirwas suitablo in
every respect, and thnt mercenary motives
could not be ascribed to him. It had been
said thnt Mrs. Chandler was very suspicious
on that seoro whenever her daughter had n
suitor. Sir. Halo appears to bo pcrtecuy
acceptable to all parties. Ho has taken
his bride, Willi iiorgrnmi niurc, lo visit ins
nnrcnts. who are, I am tohl, lilaln, mnttor-
of-fact old people, who livo In a plain, quiet
wnv. and iolbiv nover dreamed, wiicn
their talented son como to Wnhington,
Hint bo wa destined to bear oil so great n
prize. I n her exquisite bridal dress nnd vail
Mis CViitndler lnoL-xl nut mlr In'""-i'"S
but lovely. Her whole costume came
from Purls, nnd tlio flounce; of Duchesso
lace, with fringe, sntin and flowers, mut
have cost a largo fortune. Tho dres was
a study lust as much as any othor work of
art, for it was intricate and bowildering j
but tho whole ell'ect was that only ofbenu
ty and magnlliecnee. It was made with a
ii'igii square neck and long (lowing sleeves.
There was no over-dress, for tho trim
mings covered tho skirt from train to the.
waist. iJlie wore n set of diamonds nnd
pearl, and glove, bracelets, fan, handker
chief and bequpt were rn rcpal. Her mo
ther, who is youthful and elegant in np
pearance, wore a rmc-colored silk from
l'liri', and she too had all tho embellish
ments that taste and money can provide.
Nearly every lady, both young and old,
except the bride, "on tbi occasion was
dteollrlte. and the toilettes wero mnnnifi-
ccnt. It was qulto entertaining to stand
near the door of entrance to tho narlor
and hear the mimes iinnouucrd. Tim
President mid Mrs. Orant, ico-rre-ident
and Mrs. Colfux. beeretary of State and
Mrs. I-ih, Mcrrtnrv r tho 1 reaury nnd
Mrs. and Mi llnutwell, Seerctarv of
War, Seerctarv of the Navv, Postmaster
General and Mr. Crcswell, Solicitor Gen
eral and Mr. l!ritow, Mr. George AV.
Curtis, .Judge and Mrs. Williams, General
and Mrs. Ilaboock, Cicncral Porter. Gen
eral and Mrs. Chipman, Mr. Com
missionci Douglas, Senator .Sherman,
Senator Anthony, Senator Wil
son, Senator Corbett nnd wife, and so on
through tho lit of persons distinguished
for something, wero of tho number of
guests. Tho flowers wero most artistic
ally disposal through tho suitoof parlors,
wh'ich aro threo in number. Between tho
first two there is a marble arch, and this
was festooned with evergreen, and from
tlio center hung an enormous mtiringo bell
composed of white japonica and lilies of
tho valley, with a flaming tongue of scar
let geranium. At nn opposite donrway
there was a large ball sus-pcnded, made en
tirely of exotic. On tho mantels mid
stands were baskets of llowers, which shed
their perfume Ihiough tho house. Tho
menu wii- nil tho nint iVUilioin could
desire, and the bridal present mtiich'iU to
sati'l v tlio eupiditv oi tli ui'id loving or
urn .1 r u ii l irr- -
- "Vrtr- -
TUB SAP STOIIV or A WOMAN'S l.ll'K.
H'rom the Cli niji Tinieii J
.Matilda Heron, in thu very greatest
brilliancy of her career, beeiium' fascinated
with a man who hud gaim-J some reputa
tion as a mu-ician, n ciiiupi'Ser, and leader
of au orchestra. It was l.i iiiiihc that
won her. Shu loved him nnd married him
because she loved him. Hu h id other motive-.
It was not her talent, it wj in t
her personal appeaiance, it was nut hur
kind heart, or good reputation which at
tracted him. It was lliu money rln had
earned and her ability to cam "more. It
did nottaku long fr the loving but de
ceived wife to discover this llavih things
and torrowful things aro quickly forced
upon our comprch u.siuii in this world.
Alntllilii lleriin in, runner lieenlile con
vinced of this than shu "I'ollt to do
what only her own bcihtous, but peculiar,
natiiru ciiul.i nave mgncited. ''Hu mar
rU,l mu'for my unmiy. ' hu aid to her
friends, 'and hu diall Imvu it. She at
oneo proceeded lo make over to him in
legal form her h ue, her wardrobe, her
diamond'', everything of value which she
had in thu world. It wi,s in vain that her
friends attempted to di.iuiadu tier iVum :i
coiirso suab-iird fiom u utilitarian jioint
of viuw. She was ob'tinnto in liur
purpose, mil completed tlio nicrilleu
by paying this man SlbOO u year
rent for tho very hoti;o which she deeded
to him, and which she had paid for with
her own hard earned money. Of this
husband, it i a suliicient indication of
character to siy that he accepted all
Matilda Henni had no heart forthe ttagu
after Hi i-. Sim determined to eain her
living by teaching uloaitiim. Hut pupils
were few for the woman who was now poor
and obeure. Shu removed from ono resi
rlen.'u to iiinitlii'i- it j ing to livo bv econo
my whon she cjuld mit work. 1 1 was of
no inc. Shu was I'orcud again to try the
stage, lint grief had made sad havoc ,vith
herspirits, timo ilivivlful inroads upon her
"Von can never pleasu tliu public witli
that ligure," i-.ini ono maniiger to
"Thu public will look onlv tit the heart
and brains of .Matilda Huron' she said,
Hut hurVotWldcncu was misplaced. The
public hud found now Idols and neglected
lis old favorite. .Thou shu wrote new
plajs, In which sho hopol to attract with
novelty. Onu of them, it is remembered,
wa culled '-The Hello of Somewhoro.
"It Is an excellent play," said tho mat a
ger who produced it for her, "but il nicds
Tho ne.t that is heard of this poor,
broken woman is tho laughing stock of a
St. Louis nudieueo, bocauso of hor misfor
tunes and tlio negllgenco of hor manager.
Thoy speak of her now as "crazy," and
perhaps they aro right. She has certainly
had trials and grief enough lo make her
A TllOUHANP DKAP NKWSl'AI'KIt'.
(Fiom lho HI, I.ouiH Majmk'h)
Tho rtso and fall of newspapers is verv
littlu appreciated, and In this country,
whoru Jjiirnals spring up like mushrooms
and aro cut down liU toadstools, do thu
pcuplu least of all understand lho pecuni
ary perils of publishing u pnper. Facts,
however, nru moro stubborn than lea
soiling, and wu quote from thu "American
Nuws nipur Directory' to show how disas
trous bus liuon tho cll'orb of American am
bition to ludulgo in thu vanity of occupy
Ing thu editorial chair and rule tho politi
cal destinies of a chosen people.
Tim reader will bear in mind Hint this
lUt does not includ iimv-panrr fiilbircs
BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1871.
moro States nnd Territories of tho Cnlon.
This a fearful mortality, not onlv of
hopo but of capital, f.r, avernging tho in
vostmcnt in eaeli of theso papers, only as
wcsKiies, in ;i,ouu wiiien is a low esti
mate, wo arrive at an absorption of over
ont million nnd a half of dollars. "When
wo consider, as before explained, that this
is a statement embracing losses in seven
teen states only, and that wo may fairly
nut f x or seven hundred moro'tmners
down to tho debtor side of prollt nnd loss,
lor tin 'oninining states and territories,
then the lo'sej will make an aggregated
exhibit of nt least two millions and a quar
ter lost to individual', which. If put into
crops, would have multiplied ilsoll liny
fold, at east, in ton vears. nut uomocrav
le as free American citizens aro in politics,
tliov must bo aristocratic in tholr selection
of a future. Wo must bo lawyers, or doc
tors, or editors, and the result is mat inou
piiiuia wnooverv yenr cuoose uuiwuuu m,
nhvsic and lloliemin aro utterly untitled
for either, nnd co through life in a rnmb-
line:, shnmblinc:. hand-to-mouth manner,
fully nwaro when it is too latn, that tho
first step in llfo was a wofull v false one
The eleven or twelve- hundred papers
whoso deccaso is hero chronicled, scarcely
extends hovond tlio class of wcokllcs. A
much moro Interesting and suggestivo
statement, if wo had full data at Hand
could bo mndo about dead nnd dying dai
lies. New York Cltv nlono has been no
less than fifty-six gfvo up tho ghost in a
short time, and it owns to-day a score of
others in moribund condition, for no city
tlnilv rnn lm cutit t hn nltvn nnd hpnthv.
unless it has existed eight or ten years and
consumcu llio capital nl inveo or
arpuiiiisticrs ami proprietors.
HOW THIS CMOI.KItA I.IKS uokmant and
Tho lirithh Medieal Journal, noting tho
respite irom tlio invasion or cholera
England, caused by the timely nrrival of
cold wcatiior, adds that it is but a respite,
and continues with these remarks, which
arc as applicable to this country a to Hn
" During the cold season the low tern
pcraturo arrests tho extension of tho dis
case; it docs not extinguish it oi destroy
the power of subsequent activity in llio
panicles ol contagion, which awnlltlierc
turn of n higher icmneraMire. Tho litis
siati experience of 1847 Wftill nt hand
teach U". Tho epidemic which had becomo
general nt the close of 1817 appeared to
be brought to an end bv tho severe win
ter of I8t"-18. From tho 1st of February,
1 S IB, there wuro no moro cholera deaths,
find every ono suppled tho outbreak to
hoover. Hut tho months of April and
May of that year dispelled thoso illusions,
''oleni re-appeared everywhere in its
-Mints of tlio previous year, and spread
with frightful rapidity throughout the
wholo Kussian Kmpire! Ttio number of,
deaths in alt Hus'ia in the, month of July,
1818, is ttated bv Dr. Chasseaud, of Smyr
na, in bis Prize I-.ty, Just published at
Constantinople, i havo amounted tJ
80,000 weekly. Two existing state of things
nt Con-tantinople, and the" history ot tho
German cholera-ship which has just reach
ed New York, show that a present sene
of security it based upon data which aro
merely local and superficial.
A CUIilOSITV OT (MUMK.
Carroll SanlKirn, tho renowned "gentle
man burglnr," is dead. Ho breathed his
last on Sunday morning, December 17th,
in jail at Lawrence, Ma". Karlv In Oc
tober, Sanborn get a mortal wound in a
fight with u coiiitablo namud D.innvan
Tho latter was bent on arresting his man,
mid succeeded, Willi this re-nlt. Uiu ni.l
that Sanborn made friends ofali who i.p
!!.'. H liud him wliilo in jail, mid tint hu
gave up freely all tho property he had
stolen. Ho seems altogolher to have b en
hi. mania for burglary, ho lived u pure Ami
even an exemplary lifu. Ho touched no
intoxicating drink and no tobacco. Hu wa
scrupulously faithful to Irs wife and ten
derly nltitchod to hit family. His clergy
man nnd phy-iciau concur in oxtolling his
amiable nnd attractive deposition and
gentlemanly manners. They suv thai he
did not really care to uceiimulatu wealth,
and hud liono but kindly feelings for his
ieibiw-mcn. His solu fault was his inox
liugiii"hab)o passion for liiidniglit liur
giaiy, a form of colocsil kleptomania,
which, strivu as liu might, ho could not
control. Thu unhappy man uscaped the
last disgrace of belli) doomed to the Statu
PrUoii. Ho pleaded guilty to tho charges
against him in thu Superior Court; but lie
died in thu arms of 1 1 i s wife beforo the
bench had timo to pronounce, his sentence
SlXTY-FlVJi Tilt ST 1'KIZK
W.M. KNAI5K & CO.,
nitANll, SO.UAU1: AND Ui'ltKIIIT
Those liitnmnnts liavo deen heforo lho public
for nearly thirty jenrs, nnd upon their excellenen
iilunn iilliihii'il mi unimrehnml vrtrmliwc!,Uei
iioiiniui(.f tlii'in ti it . il at- t in
D" All our S'iiart lauoi liureoiir new New ini
irovi'i lIvoiHlruns Sculoui'd the AuraSt TrMt
W o would mil special Mteiitlnii to our lido
rulenleil liiiuiivinii'iit la IIiumi I'ianuh ami
Sgt uii (iutkrii.foiind in no ollici- I'inuo, wliluli
rniKi llm rjano nciircr perfection thun 1ms i l
KVKItV I'UNO FULLY WAUHANTKH fOH
lllimlrateil C.ilHloKiieHiuid I'rlca I.IkIh promptly
liiiniheil on application lo
W.M. K.VVIIR A fO.,
(Jr any or our icgiilar ebtiilillslied njjeiicleii,
com. ami vroon.
WOOD ! WOOD I! WOOD ! I
ThuunilorsiKne'i will fiirnlih
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An 'lieii,ll not i'tieiiiier
Than nay wood denier In C.ilrn. l.oivoiirilt.r
on lho bltUM nt tho 1'onlnlllco una iu Kokh' nml
iinl, nu Coiiiiiiereiid avenue, tintneen Tonih mill
iHilllli ureuts. Cairo, Jllinol. 1 kIhi eood
ment,iilo and will uord llio wood up If (Inn iron1.
Ti'lfV),'' ,Nl,I'l0,1:, '".f'-y Kivca IlutK. w.
JJ Klttrnhto, pUhuill, lm comninieoii anno.
I un o prfuvt n ilmlresn tar lent Kinnt Jooph
ILiylika, di leinhinl, In llio circuit court ot Alex,
aiuler county, In Hi., Mate J Uinoiw, nml Unit
llllt l II1U llllll litli-i, lif llii. r..lii. nt i..
llio (iiiio nt the third Moudiiy In January, Wii,
I Nl I',.. .M.IIH I,,,,,.,. , ,-ilr-, lr,U "
o it o o i: II i k s .
Ohio Ijkvkk : : : : : Caiuo, It.i.
omirits rnoMrri-T riLUD.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
OHIO I. K V X. K
O A I II O . 1 I, I. I N OIK.
A'so, kffji oontmlly nn hnml n inont com.
Iik'to pluck of
HCOTCII A N't) HUSH WIIISKIKA
(! 1 N H ,
Port, Mnilcria, Sherry and Catawba Wines I
R8HVTII A CO. noil exclillpy for cnih.lo
. Mlilch fact they mvllo tho r-pi-clal attn.
tion nf clofp b.irijain buyers.
Special attention yicen to Filling Orders
HANK KLUUTIOX NOTICE.
AN election will lit hel.l at tlic Cay Nntlnna
II ink Tnesil i, J.inn iry a. Is? J, tuetrxta dl
rrcior. A. It. tSAKKtlHP, Caililrr.
LOUIS J OIIO KN.3KN,
Ilt alrr Ir, allkln.l.of
STAPLK AM) FANCY
I'urmcr'w Ynrtl nml Hlnlilint;
Cor, Washington-av. and Twentieth-st.
j MILS. M. SWANDKH,
! DEALER J N y I LL1 NERY
'Ai'iw vi:nNris.niNf; COODS.
S'ODIIllerclllI Ali'lllle, ' i,, !( I.lllo I
mill lla. llioru
CLOTHING FOlt LA I) IKS' WI'.Att
Made to orilrr, or ltemlj-SIn.lt-.
llm received o full and eoinpleto stock of kooiIj,
win lirntJl Ullll cilllipieie.il III IIIO Cliy. All lia-
menra rarity ot
11HJHONS, LACKS AND 1'ltIXCKS
lie olfern erent iniluceinvti. to lier iniriin-nml
all othem toeull on lier.cxaiuum tlir pri, , .tvlm
Hnil ipiaiuy Ul lier koouk.
Mrs. Swnnilf r, Imvine soli lur pinie r y, will
sell Inn whole of these kooMs at ami lnli.it roil,
Kow ii tho time to purehi.n Cu-i-im o.l-
Kl lli(tcry Inwf.t prlees.
IJI'ItU rf NMW STOCK.
MUSLINS, PItlNTS, SHAWLS, KTC,
Ono ol lho moil altnvtive dlpl ij of
In I lie city.
CosiMimciAL Avenuk, iikuvkkn Kkiiitii
and Ninth .Sihukts,
has eery avanahlo simco In lil, oro room tilled
witli New (iooiln. Ills stock It cftin
pletc, coiapriuliiir n hcaiiliful
PltlNTB, JILKACIIED AND UNIILEACIIEI)
Mt'HLINH, COTTON FLANNELS, KTC,
A splendid array of
Among which nro tlio.'
Newest nml Mot! t'lmlilounltlc
Colors and Mxerl.iN,
lie has a larne stock of
pn hand, which ho will closo out at n low fiKtire
hufore (hn holidays are over.
The ladles will flml n lnr(o asjorlment of
wlilch will hn solil diniiper than nnytnliiB of tho
Kind ever aolu In Cilro.
Mr. UiirKor lim laid in an Immenso stock of
U00TS, SHOES, ItllinoNH, NOTIONS, KKCK
Clinrlercl .Mnrcli Ul, isiiti.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIItO
A. ll.KAKKiml), President;
S. H.TAM.IHt, lee.l'relilent;
W. II Yrtl.UI', riieretarv ami '1 rcasurcr.j
P. V. IIakclav,
F. 31. Htih kili.tm.
Cius. fill iiiiii a,
I'n i. ((.Hi'iilli,
W. I', 111 Lllitl,
It M. Cl'.SMN'IIUM,
J. 31. PiiiLlirs.
Di'IionIIs or any A moil nt ItrceUett li-oiu
Ten t 1'iils IIiiinril!i,
iNTKIUST paid on deiosits at the rnto ol sii
percent, per annum, .March 1st nml N-pirin
her 1st. Interest not withdrawn Ii i dded iiiinio
diately to thu j . r i in-1 j : I of the dejuisiti, theirh)
K'vinK them compound Interest.
MAItlllED WOMEN AND CHILDREN .MAY
iu that m or. ri.tr. can iua it.
Open every husineiis day from U a.m. to a p.m.
and Baturday eveninn lor HAVIMi IllJI'OSITti
only, frmn 0 to a o'clock.
nniOlf IV. II VSJLtli', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. 1'. HAI.I.IDAY, President
A. II. HAKKOIII), Cashier
WAI.TKK IIVrfLOP, Asll:mt Cashier.
Staats Tavlob, KourtiT 11. Ci'smmiiian,
Kciitt White, W. 1. Haii.ii.ai,
Oro, I), Wii.lhhio.v, Hrri ius lliim
A, II. Bai ioiiii,
KxrliniiKe, Coin nml CiiMed NIiiIcn
Ilonil IloiiKlit anil Hold.
DEPOSITS recelvoJ, nnd a Kcncrnl hanklnK
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PANIHI. IIUitD, President
ROHKKT W. MILIiKIt, Vlco-IVesldont j
C, N. IIUaiII, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK
EXCHAN'dl", coin, hank notes nnd United
Htatui securities tioiiahl ami sold,
II. II. CANUKK
I'ab. nnd U. H. Com.
PIUK, UULL, OAHOO, LIVK HTOCK
Assots M.M,J0i 07
NOUTII AMKKICA. l'A
Assctj. 2,M4,JtO H
Asscti... 1,781, US tc
1NTEIINATIO.VAI., N. T..
AmH l,U3,30t i;
Am1... 70fl,17 Oi
Atl 615,073 IS
As-i'ls W.Vt it
AMEIIICAN CENTHAL, MO.,
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE.
Aisciti JO,'X),UX) V.
TIlAVELKIlV, HAUTrOHP, LUE AMD
Aft'etK- X.Un.Vtt 'A
RAILWAY I-ASBENOEKS ASAUttANCE
Ansct .. . ..G30,m
SAI'J'OItD, 3IOU11IS k CANDKK,
71 hlo l.rvrr,
Cllj .Ntlonl Hank, CAIIIO, ll.l..
FIR It) AND MARINE
.XIAOARA, N. T.,
HERMANIA, N. Y.,
HANOVER, N. Y.,
REPUIlLli;, N. Y
CumpnallU the tliiilerwiilers' Ayeocy
YONKEKS, N. Y.,
Afft( . . S"J,r,l I
Asvt .IVt,tl it
riltEMEN's FUND, S. P.,
SECURITY, X. V. MARINE,
As.tl... J.IT.'.st'j l.
STDKi:, l)elliiiis, Furniture, Hull, and Ci
wttr, injured at rules as fatoratlo aoun I.
permanent security will warrant.
I rerpeellully as'k nl the citizens of Cairo a
sluielit their pAtronaie.
v. x. iirunr.
nooits, NANii. irrci
W. W. THORNTON'S.
IlUILDKllS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 J tenth stbeet,
CAIRO ILLI NOIS
Doora, HiinIi, IlllnilM, 9f ouIdlnKU,
KnvrOuttrri,(wool) Wlndowand ftooj
t'rnmesi, Floorlntr, I.lli,
MiliiKlcw, ttlaird Nnib, Ulaied Nld
I.llClitN, Glased Traimoma,
.Snsh n'plRhtn, Hnsli rallies) nnd Oorda,
Illlnd I'liNlenlnar, Itooflnff
Fell, lloailnpr CViuent, PUilerlnc
Iiiier, tiirpet roll, While
Lend, Mimed oil, Anicrlrnn Window
illiiMN, KiiicIInIi nndl'rcneU
1'liUe UIhhm, l'nlly, Glacier's Points
Newer iMprn Intciit Chimney;
i:ic, r.u-., Kir.
AOENTfl lor Hock Illvor Paper Company's
HhcHtliiiiK Felt nnd Quarts Uumtint.
11. W. John's Improved Hootliis always on
CAUL L. THOMAS,
a now prcpnicd lo reipond promptly to all do
.inands for Ills services,
SHOP-Con. 8T1I-ST. AWD COMMBflCAL-A V
In llm I'erry llona6,