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criptloa pre "f Weekly Cairn llullctin In
Ont Ou'larptrninm, inikini It Ilia cheapest pa
per publl'hed in -outhrrn Illinois.
Tlir, pastor wf n " f.iliioiiiibic Moth
1 odist church !u l'ittburg" robbcil n
fellow-traveler mi tlm Chicago, Uitr
lington and Qiiiney railroad, it'S(i,00()
on Thursday of hint wooL. The rev
erend gciitlninati litis been arrested mid
is now confined in jail in Chicago.
The telegraph nninniiice the death
of tllC IICV. ItOHKHT.l. UltKOKINUIDliK,
of Kentucky, at Danville, in that state,
on Wednesday last. .Mr. Urcckinridfro
was a member of the Ilruckiiiridgo
family of Kentucky and V irginia, and
was born in the former state on tho Sili
day of March, 180(1. Ho graduated at
Union colJcgo at the age of nineteen,
having studied previously at Princeton
and Yale. Ho practiced law for about
eight years, then uniting with the Pres
byterian church in tfio year 1825), ho
prepared himself for the ministry and
in 1832 was ordained pastor of tho first
Prcsbyterian'cliurch in Baltimore. He
retained tho charge for thirteen years,
during which time ho became known
far and wido as a divine of extraordi
nary power and eloquence. Ho was
elected prcsideut of JefTcrson college,
Pennsylvania, in 1815, resigned the
position in" 1847 and removed to his
native state. Ho then took charge of
tho Presbyterian churchjiu Lexington.
In 1853 he was elected professor of exc
gic, didactic nnd polemic theology in
the Danville seminary. Mr. Urcckin
ridge at one time oditod tho Literary
and Religious Magazine and the Spirit
of the NinclccnthmC:ntury, both pub
liehed nt Baltimore. Mr.rBeckiuridgo
was an uncompromising Old School
Presbyterian, and Meadily resisted the
innovating ideas of the .Vow School
order. He was ths author of many
published works. During the war he
was an active union man,
nml.was almost ostracized Uv vi..l...,
robols am? neutral" Keiituekians
alike. His influence, both religious
and political, however, was always
widely felt, and to him the people of
Kentucky owe their common school
Since the'discovcryof tho Tammany
frauds, prophecying tho demise of the
democratic party has boon a favorite
pastime with tho radical press, and
even some democratic papers have
found a mournful sort of pleasure in
insisting that the party is near its
nd. Put the party has borne tho
load, undeserved though it has been,
and bids fair to bear, up in spite of it.
But if the New York defalcations came
so near being the death of tho demo
cratic party, how u radicalism
to weather tho complication of
bribery, thieving, frauds and
stealings of every do-scrip
tion of which tho tarty is
guilty in its members and of vliii-h
every day brings new discoveries '! The
administration itf-elf, white-washed and
propped up though it is. is known by
friend' and foes alike to be corrupt in
every department. Tho territorial
government of the district of Columbia,
engineered by Grant, is rotten to tho
core. The radical carjiot-bag
governments of the rccon
etructcd states, tho officials in
ach of which aro Grant's firmest sup
porters, are huge money-making mo
uopolies, carried on for the personal
benefit of tho office-holders, who have
all grown rich at the expense of the
people. Hadiicalism of to-day is
a synonym lor dishonesty, a fact
keenly felt by many who have been in
the part its pillars of strength. Slow
ly hut surely tho organization is being
filtered of every element that ever gave
it strength and powcr) n(1
there will soon be nothing left
but tho dregs flll,l iuljmriticKi
They are false prophets who have pro
dieted the death or the democracy.
It is radicalism which shown every sign
of dissolution, and on "ill gravo
democracy will spring to now life
Tho Morning Advertiser, ono of the
grcai ionuon Uuily papors, was founded
u n, mi BMocmuon or London pub
licans known m the Incorporated Society
nt TJrwntf.il VtMit.,11,... t, ... "
. V , ' ' wins was
simply tho subscription cf n uulnor. u,i
an agreement to " tuko in " . a.i
R dally by each member or tho uisoclatlon
a v.. i. i, ...
puuiicnn luufcrimng was ni0 made
sabaroholder In tho profits, and entitled
to ah uunual ullowance In enso ho becamo
Wniueceiiful In buine. Theiawoprlncl-
ploof management prevails now, nficr
olglity-fho years' prosperous existoneo of
the paper. It Is owned by Uio Iiomion
Victuallers' Society, numbering ovor fix-
tcan liundrod' proprietor!, and controlled
bv a mamujlng committee, who ulect an
cdlto.1n-clilef. Tlio annual profits are
froinilO.OOO to XIC.OOO. -Tho circulation
tti t'ttcn from G,000 copies in lSf0 to about
'lonblo tlint figure In 1871.
IcxVTlio London papers are getting
lienrtllv sick of tlio Tlcliborno cne, which
dully monopolizes much of their pnoo.
Tlio cross-examination of Mr. llatgcnt olio
of tlio witness for tlm plaintiff, at lust ne-
connt had lasted about a fortnight, nnd
tlio Spectator remarks: ".Mr. llnllantlno
bus Informed tbo Court that his slilo of
tho oviiloiico may bo possibly done by
ClirN'inn, nnd then tho defendants begin,
nnd then there Is rebutting evidence nnd
then tbero will bo tho 'KndelitVo ngt
Tiehbortio' Indictment altogether, wo
should Imagine, nbout eighteen months'
goo.l bnrd qucstlonlnc and replying. If
tbo pres will not tnko mcnuro to sup
press somo of nil this, wo shall bnvo tho
country clamoring for a war or a enttlo
plnguc, or nnythlng to rid tho journals of
n boro which is becoming too much for
hnmnn nature to sustain."
ty A correspondent give nn account
of a visit she pnld to an old Countess in
tbo Faubourg St. Germain. This lady's
mother had been Franklin and Adam1", nnd
she gave her mother's description of the
former as ho appeared nt tho Court of
France, and tho impression hi dress and
simplicity of speech made upon tho court
iers, "xno American women aro nana-
some," said -tbo o'd woman, wliohnd num
bered soventy-eigbt years: ''but thoso of
to-day nro not what their mothors and
grandmothers were. Tho Americans who
visited Paris in my time were notns lively
as thoso 1 too now, but they had a noblo
presence, moro elegant manners, and tlicro
was n quiet dignity about thorn that mado
them appear well anywhere'1
BaSTlio (tornian empire, tho establish
mont of which date from tlio 18ih o
January, 1 SOI, Is a confederation of twen-
ty-llvo stntes. It comprises four kingdoms
(I'rii'sln, llavarii, Saxony and "Wurtem-
burg,) six grand-duchies, five duchies, sov
cn principalities nnd three republics. Tho
latter, which nro usually called tbo frco
cltlc, nro I.ubeclf, Ilrcmen nnd Ilnmburc.
Dcsides these, Alaco and Lorraine, tho
newly-acquired territories, aro direct de
pendencies of tho German empire, and aro
administered by n governor. It was for
merly believed that republics only wcro
able to form a compact federal govommont
but tho successful organization of tho Gor
man empire refutes this nrgumcnt.
Cay At the Alexandria, Minnesota,
l'ot Olllco is a letter which is rapidly
making tho circuit of tho world. It
started from Paris, France, in November,
directed to (ieorgo Courtenay, Eighty-
seventh Itoyal Irisli Fii'ilccr?, Shepherd's
Hotel, Alexandria. It has been to Alexand
ria, Virginia, Louisiana, and Alabama, and
finally arrived here. I'osttiuutor Patcrson
having ascertained that thoro is a Shep
herd's Hotel in Alexandria, Egypt, e.m
cluded lo foruu-.i .1 -.... 'Jttwtv mat
destination. Ily tho time it reaches tho
land of tho Pharaohs it will bnvo parsed
through nn interesting variety of popula
tion and climate.
taj" In Now Orleans, on Chrii-tims
day, John Hamilton, lirst ollicir of tbo
ship Success, was accidentally drowned.
Mrs. "Waldron nccidentallv caught flro and
burned to death. A. lltisch wa3 shot dond
by Joel Cameron. Two porsoiw were dan-
geromly stabbed, mid tw dangerously
shot during an nsaiilt. FivojMirsons wcro
accidentally shot. Nino boys voro severe
ly injured by a gun-powder oxplo-ion, two
dangerously. During Cladstmns day and
night tho police m-to nrrestf, for all
manner of oU'eneo', ilmukenncss pre
dominating. Tho ubovo nil occurred on
Sunday and ChrMmn.
VfJ,. The memoirs of William Harness,
lately Issued in London, among much in
teresting inattfr relating to England's lit
erary men of tho lat half conlury, ln a
review of tho L'ird nnd Lady Hyron con-
trovorsv, written ly Jlr. iinrnos", wno
knew both, hoi tly bctora his decease.
ti jircsenti a avomblo hupressinn of
the ludy than thu one most etirroiit. He
write-." Mis Milbank's manner was
still' nnd forma), andgavo one tlio idea of
her being solf-willcd and self-opinionaled.
She was almost the only young, jirottv,
well-drcs.id girl wo oversaw who enrriod
no ehecrfiilnoas along with her.''
Cs3.. Tlioar.iiouncoment is inado by au
thority that at 11 o'clock onJMoiidav, 1st
of January, the ptesldent will receive
members of tho cabinet and foreign mill- I
Uteis. At 11:30 Judges of tho sunremu
court of tho I'nited States, senators and
representatives in congress, judges of tho
supremo court of tho district of Columbia
nnd tho court of claims will bo received.
At 2 o'clock oliicors of tlio iinny and navy
will.bu received. At 12:30 bends of bu
reaui and tho heads of departnicnts'will bo
received. Tho reception of citizens will
commence at 1 o'clock and teiminnto nt 2.
- - - - - .
6QX.A moral sclenco iieociution is
in proeoss of formation nt lloston its ob
ject is to educate young women In tho
laws of life, such as marriage, maternity,
and social Intercourse, with tiio hopo by
me ins ot a right education to provent
much of tlio social dogrhitioii that now
exists. Among tho Indies in favor of tlio
project aro Mrs. L. U. Chandler, Mrs.
Mary A. Livormore, -Mrs. Carolina M.
Lawrence, Mrs. Abbu (5. AVoolson, Mrs.
Sarah II. Otis, Mrs. John K. M. Ciilloy,
Mrs. Mary A. Orcenlcat', Mrs. John S,
Sargent, and Mrs. Joslo II. Jones.
4 A physician in Sioux City, Iowa,
uses anointment mado of charcoal and
lard to prevent pitting in sniall-pox. This
Is applied freely ,,1Vur tlio (nee. bunds and
ueckns soon as tho ilUt-aiu is distinguish-
cu, nnu cvnwnuou uniji ull symptoms of
suppurative luver Jiavo vuied, Tho ap
plication allays tho itching, una stems to
shorten tho duration of tho dUa, nnd
leaves tho patient without a blemish, tlio
eruptions protected by tho ointment not
THE CAIRO DAILY
oven showing signs of pitlti1attn j tbo
charcoal preventing tbo action of llglil,
and tho lnrd that ofnlr.
tlfS'l'ho Marshalltown (Iowa) Tunts
siys ! "An ontbuIntlc Kngllslimnii cal
led nt tho express olllco n day or two ago
with a half dozen prairlo lions which
ho desired to bo sont forthwith to hor
majesty tho queen. On being Informed
that ho would lo required to coma down
with tho cah I r. ml van eo fircarringo ho
stnmmercd n little, but fimilly planked It
down, and tho fowls from thu prnirics of
lown wcro duly nddrcssed. "To Her
Majesty Queen Victoria, "Windsor, Eng
land, " nnd went on their way to tbo royal
toy Tlio following dialogue is said to
linvo taken phico in n school nenr Salis
bury, England: "ow, then, tho first boy
of tho grammar class stand up I" First
hoy stnnd up, blushing : "Hero I be, sir."
Examiner: "'Well, my good boy, can you
toll mo what vowels nre?1' First boy:
"Vowls, zir? Ess, of courso 1 can." Ex
nminer: "Tell me, then, what aro vowels?'1
First boy, grinning nt thoslmpliclty of tho
qiiotion: "Vowls, zir? AVhy, vowls bo
BQi. Mark Twain's triumphant lectur
ing tour has been brought to nn Inglorious
termination, ho having deeply offended
tho u'sthetin tasto of Aurora. According
to n local authority, a "moro silly, sense
less mass of stalo witticisms was never be
foro dealt out to Aurora under tho guise
of a lecture; and wo couldliardly imagine
that any man would pcrpctrato so hugo
nnd merciless njoko ns to tnko$100 for
such nn effort.
CQf-OfMrs. Sniythc, of Indianapolis,
tho remarkable statement is made tliatslio
now has hor fifth husband, nnd she has
never changed hor nnme. Slio was born
n Smith, her first husband wns named
Smith, her ccond, Schmidt; her third,
Smyth; her fourth, Smithe, and her pros
Hft. A wife who had been lecturing her
husband for coming home intoxicated, bc
enmo incensed at his inditlerence, and ex
claimed, " Oi, that I roul.l wring tears of
anguish from your eyes 1" To which tho
hnrdened wretch hiccoughed, "'Tai
tain't no use, old woman, to b-b-boro for
DalT" Tho Mciiasho Press, a "Wisconsin
paper, says that recently its editor was
astonished at seeing "two young ladies
with shot guns on thoir shoulders nnd
pouches by their side, striding oir to tho
woodson a general hunt."
C6y-This is tlio last week of Italian
Opera in Now York. Saturday is adver
tised as tlio farewell appcatutico of Mis
Nm.sson in Mignnn, after which, it is to bo
supposed that the troupe will fulfill its
list of other engagements.
C"" A crowd of disorderly women, who
were being tried before a Salt L-iko t i'y
Polieo Court, lccenlly, tool; it tutu their
heads to demolish tho witnesses nnd clean
out tho policemen, in ull of which they
i2.'ii.vui(ii'ticrfn"Contr.il I'.irJ:, Uow
York, imvo diminished to two; they onco
wcro six in number. Tho monkeys aro
dying in Inrgo numbers from cold nnd
tS& Onribaldi's Autobiography, upsit
which ho Is now engaged, will not be pub
lished until after hi decease an Instanco
of tho modesty of authorship which is rare
EST A report well authenticated says
tho Chicago Republican will ceaso to exist
on Saturday next. It will In merged in
tbo Chicago Post.
57 Tho population of Virginia is said
to bo declining, on account of the migra
tion of people to moro prosperous regions.
CSV Georgia papers call Akcrumti "tho
little hyena," and llullock ' tho littlo low
1567" In Nehr"kn courtships nro said to
avenigc three hours nnd a half in length.
lfi. A Massachusetts woman mado jOO
last year by the cultivation of 'ilies.
Kjy-TIm l'adiieah jail is crowded with
TUB NEW YORK DEMOCRACY.
i:i:-oi:(iani.ation- and kkfohm.
(From tlm Now Vorlc Hun.)
Ill nccordnnco with tlio call of tlio
Apollo Hall Reform domocraoy the now
rirolpuent will begin in tho various assem
bly districts to-night, between 0 and 10
o'clock. Tho enrollment books will lie
kept open between theso hours for llvo
days, closing on Saturday evening. Any
man may enroll who pledges his sup
port to tho Uoform democracy, Tlio now
organization of tho party is to bo based on
tho broadest foundation. Thu bano of tho
old organization was tlio looseness of its
primaries. These were alwavs under tho
thumb of tlio binders. Tho' voles wnro
changed to conform to thoir wishes. Ito
pentors were given full sway, nnd tho in
spectors mado return" to order.
All this is to be changed In tho now organ
ization. Tbero is to bo no proscription.
Tammany or nntl-Tnmmitny, every demo
crat has a right to go down 'on tlio books.
Twonty-eno supervisors of enrollment
havo been appointed for each assembly
district. Thoir dutios close with tho en.
Tollment, and thoy will havo nothing to do
with tlio roform district nssoclntion, which
will bo organized by tho votes of thoso
onrolled ufter tho books nro closed, Dur
ing tho enrollment nnd nftenvnrd trusty
men nro to visit tho residences givon by
thoso enrolled, to prevent nil frnuds.
When tiio books nro complete and tho
reform district associations aro orgnnizod
a general committee is to bo formed by
tbo election of three dolegntes from each
assembly district, To prevent cheating,
ovory democrat who votes for dolcgatcs to
tlio general assembly will bo compollod to
write Ids iiamoou his ticket, and no ticket
will bo received that dous not bear this en
dorsement. Tho enrollment will bo continued from
year to year, but nobody who did not voto
In tlio district at tlio last general election
will bo allowed to put his nnmo on tlio
hooks. At llrst glanco this might appear
unjust, becauso a democrat might movo
irom ono uuirici to auotiier, unit ap
parently lose his voto. To give him bis
voleo in tho goneral committee, howovor,
ho can bo enrolled In his original district.
If ho votes ut tho stato or city election, his
nnmo will bo found on tlio registry list,
nnd thereafter ill's will bo considered as
BULLETIN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1871.
immaacie ovldonco of his right to nn
enrollment nnd n voice In tlio pri
mary election in tho district
ho hns moved Into. As no
man will bo allowed to go on tho
rolls whoso nnmo Is not of thostnto registry
list, nnd as no voto will bo counted which
does not bear tho namo of tho voter, It
will bo seen that cheating is almost Impos
sible. Whoever obtains any position in
tlio organization nlust obtain it through
honest votes. His exact strenith will lm
gauged nt caeli primary election.
i no executive cointnltto is to bo elected
by tho general committer, 'nnd will bo com
posed or ten members from each nssemblv
dis'.rict, 210 members in all.
Slicll Is III! OlltllllO of tlio now nrpnntx.
alien. It lias been ndoptcd solely with a
view lo provent tho slinmoloss frauds
which Imvo so long disgraced both demo
cratic nnd republican primnrles. Tlio ad
dress or tho committee will bo found else
NKW-VIUlt's ItKCIIl'riO.V IlllKSSKS.
(From Harper' Mum.)
1-ull dress is now generally ndoptcd by
ladies when receiving Now-Years calls.
This is not ball-room full dress of gos'amcr
fabrics, with low COrsnL'O nnd mum nlnmt
of sleeves, but tho moro stately toilet of
uiiniurs nnu receptions, suen as ricli silks
nnd satins, mado with lmlf Ion,'
sleeves, and tlio pointed surpliconcoksthat
tuvcr uio snouiucrs, nnu sjopo low In front
unit back nlike. Vmong tho prettiest
orcssci prepnreuior ino "glad JNow-Ycar "
is ono of paio-roso silk. Tho skirt is a
silent train, with tho edgo cut in pctnl
points ; tho ovor dress is a margucrito pol
onaise with pointed surpllco
neck, nnd bosom drapery cf whlto
tullo folds nnd polnt-laeo; tho polonaise is
very bouflont.: and is dranod behind bv
roses and leafy sprays, instead of tlio usu
al uows. jJiamoiuis, powdered hair, nnd
a pink ostrich-tip, worn toward tlio left of
tho left of the head, comnleto tbn tollctto.
A dress, also mado with n polonnise, is of
ngni macK sin., uraped ly ten rose, and
buds. Tho dross of a stylish matron is of
mignoneac-grcon laiiiowitli ruined lloun
ccs, narrow In front, but extending almost
10 mo waisi iieninu; tlio upper skirt is in
the new shapr, with long apron front nnd
short back, liko a pmtilion. Fringe nnd
minus irim inn tKiri nnu uio corsage,
(Jtiito young girl wo.ir simple nnd inex-
peusivo silks of a pnlo solid color with
Wutteau bows of black velvet
hanging from tlio back of tho
neck; whllobows without ends are on tho
bosoms, elbows, and sides of tho upper
skirt. Tullo necklaces, studded with
(lowers, with lockets or cross pendants, aro
fln.l l.Mtln.1 ...I,!. . I.... ' '
uuiiuiu ...bu uuu- uaugmg; narrow
Idack velvet necklaces linvo nln ln
ends, young girls sometimes contriving to
put eight yards of velvet in loops nnd
streamers of n single necklace.
A feather tip of ostrich or an aigrette of
uiowiiiio oeron is ine most fashionable
hcaddrnss. Th'o aro mounted almost on
top of tho head, -tod two drooping ornn-
iiiiiiuiii;, uuuui ui ivauiurs, uowcr ipravs,
u. iuii, H.u num. ouniciimes two or
inrco roses are nrrangod to surmount the
cuignoii oi puns, wisis, and braids, form
nig a ncauuig lor a comb. Tho natural
contour oi ino neau is now plainly shown,
us mtfu iiiiau oair is worn.
Illuminated cards, inscribed with nnnro.
printo mottoes and " A happy New Your."
accompany the gifts olierod on New
1 ear s day. Ladies who have n bin.n r!r.
clc of acquaintances expect callers bv 10
w iiwtn, film iiiu iii niu panur ready ' to
receivo." Tho drawing room windows
aro opened, jardinieres and Christum.
wroatlies nppoar between tlio curtain, nml
itincn oi ueiicnio vninus salads, bonod,
mri.uv, o..ur.-, luiiguu. nam. nc 1 cn :e.
fruit, French rolls, eoll'ee. orircat. Are U
spread on a table near, either in tlm draw
ing room or in a room adjacent. (Jentle
men havo dropped tho fashion of having
" A linppy Now i ear engraved on tbo
cards licv leave on thU luy.
iiso th.-ir ordinary visiting cards, leaving
ono in tho card receiver "at each house,
that tho boite-i may number up tho gur-ts
of the d.iy.
OIIANl S O.sr.V f.Vl'I.K.
trrum lliu Ctie.nn.iti llnrjuircri l)to, !!,)
' Tho only living uncle of tlio president "
arrived in Covington yesterday morning
via tho Kentucky central railroad. Ho is
a farmer, living near Mavslick, Mason
county, Kentucky, but was 'in early lifo a
tanner. Ho i sovonty-ono yenrs old, and,
what is remarkable, considering tbo exist
ing condition of affairs, nnd tho strong in
ducement to so near n relative to bo n re
publican, nnd consequently nn office-holder,
ho bni nover during the fifty yenrs
Hint ho hns been a votor, cast unvthing
but n democratic voto. Ho has boen'a sub
scriber to the Kmpnrcr since tlio first year
of its lifo, nnd took extra pains to procure
it during tho high-handed reign ot ltur
bridgo in Kontuoliy.
'mis gentlomnn, whoso namo is Koswcll
M. Grant, refused to voto for his nephew
for president, although entertaining strong
feelings of ntl'eclion for him a derided
proof of unwavering and settled princi
jile. .Mr. Grant's business in Covington is to
seo his brother, Mr. Jesso It. Grnnt, who
is prostrated by paralysis. Ho boars a de
cided rcsomblniico to bis brother. Ho
alllriiH I'nclo Jcsso's lovo for tho Mtisr,
having read much of bis "poiery " in his
younger days, and says ho would not nc
cent an olllco from his nephow, nnd cer
tninly not ut tho oxpenso of his political
sentiiuonts or tho expression of them.
V5Xi:S AND LICIUOUn.
V. M. STOUKlMiKTlT,"
arm non poiii.k stocKriKrii
Iterlllycr nml Wliolrsitlo Driller In
1'orelKii mill Itoiuesllc
WINES ;and liquors.
No. 02 Ohio Lkvkk,
ma i, k.i ( )n.
HKUrcpson Iminl coimlnntly A full stook o
OM Kciitttekv llourlion, nml iMononitn.
In-lit WlilbklPH, Frenuh llMniliuH, HollnuU ()7n,
Ulunonuil CnlllortiJitWIiu-H. , Jin:wu
W.M. II. SOIIUTTKH,
Iuiiorli-r utiil U'IkiIcmiiIo DcnU-r in
AkoiiI fur llio bent bruml of
CltHAM ANM) STOCK ALU,
Iliipoi lol AU'H of DKIercnt Kluil.
75 Ohio Levee,
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I'HOVISION s, etc. H
No. no e "
Ohio Lkvkb : : : ; : Caiko, III A -""'"nVt
ordibs rnourTLT riitio. T 1 t
nilllliraAllI- CIllll'F.IIH. I ' S I 1
II. SMYTH & CO., " H
I WHOLESALE GK00EH3, i P. H "
OHIO I.EVBK ji
.. i . . I LU I 1 -
I' myj .m m luipnuii, mum a moil cum i i i
nlrta stock of 1 1 i- 1
SCOTCH ANI IUISH WIIIHKIKS f1 Wrf Z
Port, Mnderia, Sherry nnd Cntnwba Wines . i xS
T hjivtii A r.n. r. n,.ii,.i,oi. f, ..,. . I rm
XV. wliiclifnot thev invito Itio e.-mclil alt?n. JJL
I lilt, I Iln.fl ln.iMln 1
bpeeial attention yiren to Filling Orders jpW S'
HANK KLKCTION NOTICK. J '
Heullon will Ii3 lip I at tho City Nnllon.i 1
iiuiK liicsili, Jniuriry v,Wt, tut nevon di AW
ilccml. ..rru....v.iiier. yj
FAMILY atK:it1IJ. i
JiUULo JUllUKS H I iN , r-, M
STAl'LE AM) FANCY Q S'
Fnrmrr'N Yiirtl nutl Hlnlilluir Q
without ciiaiiuk. f ") fri
Lor. W.isIiitigton-av. and '1 wcuticth-st. u 1 ij
CAIIIO, ILLS. J - fH
.M II.I.I.VKKS. f 5 ' O
MILS. M. SWAN' I) Kit !r U o0'
. . -r , I (ID oV.Y'1
T.AHTP PI'PNMvMI I V imumm! rf
I .......... - ...... jo. 11,11 1 uwui, I yjj
')iiiiii-r.nl A on iif, i i if. rillo
Caiiio, Illinois. iia.vkh.
OI.OTHINO EOK LADIES' WEAK
M.nl la onlcr, or I!i-.iily.JI.i lc.
Hm rcpi-lvJ a full nn-l rnmplctd tonic fit uooU
ino livnuii unu t'lllllJiK-lt-sl 111 IIIU CUT. AO Ull
mens,.- varuy oi
HIBBOXS, LACKS AND FUINGKS
slio fjfffM Croat ItlJucomotll In lirrmlrnn. n.l
all ollii-i n to call on Iwr.i-xaiiiini thu irk s, nljlt-s
u 41.1.11, j ui nor huuiii.
Mr. SwHnder, hivini? soli bi-r pruptrly, Mill
nt-u inr nnoieoi ui'-ku k".h ni nn-l l."lowcot
14 inn nine 10 imrrlMiij ciiiiitiiiat (juoil
, IIIU UT lOWl'Sl irici.'i..
iii'itfjivif.s ni:w STOCK.
MUSLINS, 1MIINTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
Ono ol Ilia moil attractive ilNpUys of
In tho city.
COMMKIICIAI. A VK.VUi:, IIKTWKKN EldHTIt
a Nn Ninth Stukkts,
Imi every arniinblo 8pnco in hU ttoro room filled
with .New (iood. Ilia nloclc Is com.
pk-lo, L-oiiiirKlnic n buniililul
l'ltl.VTf, 1ILKACIIKU AND U.NIILKACHKI)
muhlins, cotton klannklh, ktc,
A e1end!d nrrny of
Among uliioh arc the!
Ncttcl ami Muh( 1'imliloiiitblr
Colorn and Mntorinln.
Ho li.is a largo stock of
on hand, hIiiuIi lie will close out nt n low flutiro
U-foro the holidays are over.
Tlio ladlm will nnd n lartfo nsiorlinent of
which mil1 ho nold cheapnr than iinytliliiir of the
Kind ever old In C.1I10,
Sir. ltnrgi-r hai laid In an Immense stock of
HOOTK, HHOKH, UI1I1IONS, NOTIONH, NIX'K
nhlili. he will ( ihi-ni-fr ih
" mm in ii i i M M ii
i wm t m
1 . n .
i i ij
rv? u i
ENT1C RPItlSE S A VING S
'luirpt-i-it Mnrrli :il, IHllO.
NATIONAL HANK, CAIKO
A. It. HAKKOKD. Premdsnt i
H. H. TAVI.olt, Vlcr.I'ri-tiJi-ntl
W. llVril.OI', Mvvr'vtnrr nml Tn-nntirer.)
Cll. fi tl 1011 1 A,
l'li. 11. tiriu ii,
W. I1. llAiniitr,
1'. SI . Htih. k li.tii.
It. M. C'l'SMNUIIAll,
31. I'll I LI. I I'll
IlrjioHlls) iifiuiy Aiuoiitif Iti--i-lt l Irom
i t-n von 1 i jittiiriiH.
iNTKltloT palil on lrjnlt at the rate ol nn
percent, per annum, '. March lit nnd hi-plein
U-r 1st, Interest not withdrawn N r.ddi-d iiniuu
dlatrly to the prilicip.il of the depntlU, tht-rebj
tjivuiit them coin pound interest.
MAliniKIl WOMBS ANIJ CHILDItKN MAY
to Til T SO ONE ELUE CAN liUAW IT.
Upen every huslne day from 'J a.m. In 3 p.m.
and Saturday i-veninK lur HAVIMI DKI'O-ilTf)
only, from Cms o'clock.
niiiiutf W. HV.SI.Ol', Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. 1'. JIAMilDAY, Prcildcut
A. il.HAI'FOUI), Caahler;
WAI.TKR IIY8I.OP, Assistant Cashier,
SriATS Tateob, ft oar at II. Ci'smnoiiam,
Hciitt White, W. P. Hai.lihav,
Geo. If. Williamson-, Htei'iiln Hutu
A. II. SAi ruuu,
LxcIiniiKO, C'olu nuil UiiKchI Hlnlcn
lloml Ilouglit unit Nolcl.
DKPOSIT8 received, and a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
1MNIEI, IIUUD, President i
IlOUEItT W. MILLER, VlccPicsldont
C. N. HUOIIES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and Umtod
titatc Hrcurllles bought and sold,
W. II. MOItlHS,
II. It. CANUKK
No, Pub. nnd ti. 8. Com.
EIUK, HULL, CAltOO, LIVE STOCK
NOItTH AMKIHOA, I'A.,
AMets I.MI.SI0 11
..1,781,118 14 4
INTKltN ATIONAL, N. Y.,
Ansel .T0e,)7 00
Assets.- 5IS.W' 41
AMKItlCAN CKNTKAL, MO
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFK,
Assets 50,0011,000 00
TRAVKLKll'rt, IIARTfOltD, I.IFIE ANU
Assets I.VJO.OW W
RAILWAY PAHHKNOKnK AMURANCB
SAKFORI), MOIUtIS tt CANDEK,
71 Ohio I.rir,
City National nank, CAIIIO. II.I..
FIRI-: AND MARINE
5IA0ARA, .V. T.,
A ss,-ts .
. . 1,s.1,Sl 7
. .72C,M3 iJ
OKRMANIA, .V. Y.
fit: i-uii i.ic, .v. v.,
(.Viiprninjc the UndeiKrilers'
... 7ii :
YONKKIl.1-, N. Y.,
67S.I I IJ
KIKKMKN'.S rUNIi, I,
5.4 W.SI1' 00
STOItl., Dwellings, Furniture, Hulls gad Cr
Koes, insured nt rales: as favorable si sound,
(ermanent securilv will warrant.
I respeetiiiiiy ask oi th clllteos of Cairo.
shire ot their patronise.
DOOMS, hANH. KTC l
W. V. THORNTON'S.
HUILDEHS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 j TKNTII 8TRF.ET,
CAIIIO, ILLI NOIS
Doom, Nruli, MllnilH. MoiiIiIIiikh,
I'm vo U ii 1 1 cm, (w ood ) VI uil o w nml loo j
FmiiiOM, lloorliiir, LUi,
MiIukIom, Uln-iocl Nash, Glased Kid
I.IkIiIn, Cllnxcd Trnnaoiim,
Na-.li WcIkIUm, finuli IuIlloa nnd Cord,
lllliid I'liNtciilncs, Hoofluir
1'cll, ItoofliiR Cement, riaNterlna;
I'aiicr, Cnrpct Fell, White
Lend, LIiihchI Oil, American Window
UIiihm, LiieIIsjIi iiiiU French
riato UlnsM, FntCy, ainilcr'n Polnta
Setver l'lpen Fatent Cliliniieyi
Kc., Etc., Ktc.
AOENTB for Rock Itlver Paper Company'
Hheatlnnt; Kelt and (juarlz Ceniont.
II. W. Johii'a Improved Hooting alwayt on
CAUL L. THOMAS, (
a now prepaied to respond promptly to all de
.inamls for his aerslcea.
SHOP-Ooit. 8tii-T( a'kd OoMMEnoAL-Av