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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1871.
JOHN II. OHKItl.Y, Editor and Pnllih.r.
Si.vo.ir Momma, Doc. 31, 1871.
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY IlL't.LKTIN.
Jo'm II. OIrly Co. r-ive r.lii"-. the tilt-
H r ,,lwn pri-n of the Weekly tlilm llullftin to
Oil IMar per itnium, making It lh i-heapi-at pv
periubliihrd id Southern 1 1I i ; o I .
Tweed has not run nway, as was
supposed some day ago, lint U nniply
' not at homo " to anv cxeent rrru near
It is rumored -at Washington that
tho republican national executive com
mittoo have settled on Philadelphia as
tho plaeo for tho next national rcpub
Tin: Chicago llrpulllran is to be
merged into tho Jt. The public are
not infonncd what the politics of the
paper will bo hereafter whether con
servative, as the Hqmbllrun has been,
or violently- radical as tho Foil N,
It has been officially announced that
the president will receive on New
Year's day. This is not unu'ual with
f! rant any day. Tho only singular
feature about it is that he has ndver
.f ill r . , ...
uscu uio met mil as no tint not pay
anything for tho advertisement, it
not very singular after all.
. .1 .
The reform democracy of Xcw
i ork City, have gone to work in the
right way to prevent the repetition -of
J atnmany and all similar frauds.
tnorougii re-organization of tho nartv
is being effected, and such precautions
are bomg taken, that primary elections
will be conducted fair v and no now!
ble advantage be given to " rings " or
"cliques" pf any sort. llcgUtration
is to be mailo in such u manner that il
will be next to impossible for " rcjicat'
crs " to practice their dishonest games
Tho people of New York have deter,
mined to havo an honest city govern
ment and the democracy have taken
tho lead in tho movement to secure
Til: adventists again prophecy the
ciyl of tho world. This time thoy do
claro that " time shall bo no more " after
18711. They give as reasons for their
bcliof that tho end of the world ii
near, tho famine in Persia, tho Hoods
in China, the general spread of pesti
lential diseases in all parts of tho
world, aud aver that the time is fast
upou us when "men's hearts shall bo
failing them for fear and looking after
those things which aro coming on tho
earth." There is an old prophesy about
Christmas fallingbn a Monday, which
if fulfilled, will encourage tho adventists
in their preparation for the end of all
If rlirlctmu ilv on Monday lie,
A great winter that year you'll nee,
An I full of Mintlx both toinl nml shrill;
llut in the. Mimnier, truth to toll,
'(ernVlniU lull hound tlroni;,
Foil at lempoala nnd I'MIng long i
Whilo l.atlleMhcy fholl imilliply.
Ami Krrtil.j.lcnty of U n.li hIhII din ;'
lie ahull l,o found that Mi'nlrlh nui;lit,
TIi iiia-Ii thou be aii-k thou diei-t not.
A IIaI'Pv'N'ow Year to all leaders
of Tin: Hi'iu.win ! Kxcrcising no par
tiality toward any of our subscribers,
we present to each and all alike tho
self-same gift our good wishes for
their hoalth and prosperity during the
year 17:2. which to-morrow, tho first
day of .laiiuiry. ushers in. It was not
until sometime in tho latter part of the
sixteenth century that this day the
first of .limitary- -was universally ac
cepted as the first dav of tho vear.
ice mis period, in many parU of the
lu h observed as a foutival and is
rejoicing and a
lu many eouu-
fw Years live,
which was pro-
live , clock, when
l.shcred in with con
Pinicntary visits aud
' a happy .New Year.
pees the practice
fat midnight and thus
Ftfow Year " i ttill ob-
Some portioiiM of the JJetliodist dn.
uominution have what is called watch
meeting," in which the cijtirc congrc
gatiou, on their knees solemnly watch
tho Old Year out aud the .New Year
In, ushering in the latter with hymns
of praito. In tho ltouiaii Catholic
church, the Tc Deiim is still sung at
tho close of tho 01.1 Year and Now
Ycar'B day is a holiday of strict obliga
liou, Senatoh IJaui.ax of low, who
Myrhlsru-clccliou is certain, Us, ken
accused of having more knowledgo of
tho " pension frauds " than is consist
ent with his reputation as n pious
member of a Christian church. Tho
general opinion not confined to tlom-
oirats nline is that Harlan, while see-
rctaryof the interior mado money rather
fast. He was a poor man at the outset,
he is now a millionaire. In a lengthy
defeuse of tho Iowa senator in a radical
paper, accompanied by official doou
menlp, etc., bis operations with tho
thieving claim agent, .1. M Wright, aro
glossed over in n very lame fashion.
Congress in I8l!l!, passed an act giving
8100 extra bounty to tho survivors of
tho rebellion who served in our army
There was somo dispute whether mcui
bcrs ot the Indian brigade were enti
tled to this. It was settled at last in
favor of tho Indian soldiers. Harlan
Having no eoiinuenco m nglit, in
fact, knowing him to bo dishonest, con
sented to recognize him as attorney for
these Italian soldiers, " thereby sccur
'ing him a certain coi'trol over the
'business. Mr. Harlan, it appears con
' sented to his proposition, on condi-
'tion that Wright should give to the
'Indian bureau approved bonds and so
'curityfor the faithful transfer to the
'said bureau of the funds, collected by
'him for bis client, so that the bureau
1 thus might see to the disbursement of
tho same. Fur litis bond and tfcurity,
' Mr. I Tartan nijrenl that Mr, Wright
1 mould luive ii frcoj 15 per cent,, be
' imj fiinmrlmt lixnji'r thin thai usually
' rhitrtjed. A Ihr raull ha proved,
' the Indian eliinnunl hat reeelved but
'a small malcty of his dues. Mr. Harlan
1 aimed in the first place to protect the
' Indians he had the same control over
' the reception of tho money as in the
' matter of pensions the business of ex
1 anting claims and paying the same be
' ing conducted by the war and treasury
departments. He could however pro
' vent Mr. Wright from going to the In
' diau country nnd transacting the busi
' ncss. Ho chose tho middle course
'allowing Mr. Wright bis fees aud re
' ceiving the balance for payment to the
' client." The country might ask the
question why Harlan did not protect
tho Indians by giving'thom an honest
attorney, and also how it is that if he
allowed Wright only his fees, and him
self received the balanco for payment to
the Indian claimant, that the latter " has
received but a small moiety of his
dues"? The ways of radicalism arc
devious and past finding out.
'3U Tito J tow (Jcorgo C. Harding, of
Imliiiniipoil", adminltrntes tho fallowing
ml vice to ii 31 r. Walltur, who recently
callou lirfs; mL-nJz JI. uiitiiirii nr.tl loi
tered tlm tow-ro Held : " JOU. WaliNr
U still dutortnlneil to lecture, wo will give
her somo good ndviee. l-'iret, she inut
drop tlio ' -Mmulo ' hiisliiuj, nnd appear in
her own proper clmriu-tur. Xo American
man, iiiih-s ho U a fool, over iinnios UU
child .Maude. Next, slio iniisl not ho ijuito
so ruiibitimis nt the start. Tlioro is no
dearth of woman lecturer?, nowadays, and
tlio piihlii' are not bronklng thuir necks to
secure resurvod seats for a lecture by u
woman they novor heard of liufore. Mrs.
"Walker must begin at tho bottom and
work her way up. She can't takoa Hying
leap from l'nri, lllinoW, and alight on the
olevatod platform from which Anna
Dickinson howl defiance to tin1 fulc?."
Cq?" If a eat doth mod cat upon ii
garden wall and if a cat doth greet a cat,
01 need they both to upmll '.' Kvcry
Tommy bus his Tabby, waiting on the
wall, and jet she wolcomos his approach
by an unearthly yawl. And if a kitten
wish to court a cat upon a wall, why don't
he sit and swi-ctly Miiihi, mid not stand up
and bawl, mid lift his precious :ick up
high, and .show his prcctmi teeth, and
uionii, and uiiiaii,as if 'twere colii- morothiin
lovo that iimde the fuller groan? Among
tho train there U a swain his voice Is
known full well but what's his mime, or
where's his natnn, the deuce iilono can tell.
He's sweut upon the other su, hN amor
ous passions rise ; ho can't iv-dst tlio tender
giaiieo oi uit-ir eutu-iivo eyes j mill so,
with groans and liorrid threnti, lie ronds
thecvenlng air, and makes these midnight
rendezvous impossible to bear.
BflfA. It U to be inferred, from a ncatlv-
cuterilieism in nil Kngll-h literary journal,
that .Mr. Mortimer Collins lias not mndn a
succosk v.ith his new volume, called "The
Secret of a Long Life," of which we nro
told that the author proves that no ecntlu
man would marry his deceased wife's ms-
tcr, that there aro not three orators in
parliament who can articulate, not three
writers on thoJKnglish press whoean punc
tuate, not threo pools In hnglaud, who
can write ryhme, and not threo Knglish
generals.wlio thoroughly know geography ;
anu luriner, that any youth of sound con
slitutlon ought to bo ablo to sow acowrtoTl
dny ami see the oaks thut spring from thoni,
line young trees, in lull. Washington
t5L A magiiislno is to bo started Jntiu
nry 1, 18.2, In Lnglund, known, ns tlio
Indian Femnlc FtungdistHu miiko
known more widely tho rapidly growing
wanthof tho vit tt Holds now." It In
tended "to bring before tho big lily favor
ed daughters of Jlritaln statements cal
cullod to awaken Interest, atl'ord Informa
Hon, kindle longing desire for tho nmcll
oration of our eistew In India eo long
iQy Noble comity, Ohio , with a popu
lation of twenty thousand people, 1 well
worthy oftlionauio it benr. Thcrulsnot n
saloon In tho wholo eountj-, thoro Is not a
enw on tho criminal docket, aud not a per
son has; been arretted for a wholo year on
a criminal, charge. Thore wfiro only five
lawsuits last year, and if It hadn t boon for
a uieddljn;' lawyer, thro of the o would
Icon rccordod. Detroit Free
05y A Cairo, Kgypt, letter of Dcccm-
lor 1st, mentions a report current thcro
that Sir Ramuol Ilakcr and seven hund
red of his men who were exploring Cen
tral Africa and tho head waters of tho
river Nile, hhd diod of starvation. Ono
report states that tho men mutinied ami
shot linker. Another report statos that
only Ilakcr nnd wife aro loft of the onllrc
B3A-Tho Detroit Free 1'ms thinks It Is
somewhat strnngo that among nil the In
dictments found ngalnst Tweed, in Now
York, not one of tht-tn is for bribing the
Kadical senators In tho Stato Legislature,
which it is claimed made th6 frauds in
Now York possible.
IfeEf" On Christina somebody sent Con
troller Connollj, who is In Ludlow-strcct
jnll, n basket of (lowers. The flowers
upon the top of tho basket woro so ar
ranged as to mako tho word " hope."
EST Tlio Christmas bells aro ringing,
and nocx1iaullvoctl'ort on our part shall
stop their music, l'cacoon earth If Spain
behaves horself. OthorwWo all quiet-
C. James I!, ltackclt, tho veteran
actor, nnd f.Uhcr of Itccordor JIackctt, is
lying dangerously ill at his residence a
BQX. Hon. Murray Morrison, formorlj
of Illinois, judco of tho 17th district
court, diod at LosAngolo", on tho 18th
BQX.lt is rumored that tho Memphis
and Llltlo ltock nnd Littlo 1'ock nnd Tort
Smith railroads havo boon censnlidatcd.
Cfiyfioncral Sherman nnd Lieutenant
Grant, son of President (Jrant, were ev
peeted to arrive in Paris Wednesday.
BffA- The Cinrintmtl Gazette says the
Ohio rivor is frozen solid, in front of Cin
cinnati for tho first time In fifteen vcars.
THE NEW YEAH.
Uini; out lld lirll-i to tin- wild xUy,
Tlie llyiny cloud, the froty IIrIiI :
Tlu year l ilylnj; In tl-o night ;
ItliiK out, wild bulls, nnd let lil-n dio.
ItiiiX out the old, ring In the new,
King, linppy lfll, uc-roBitlie snow i
Tlio year Is Koliig, let him K S
nint; out tlio I.iI-p. ri 113 In the true.
Hint- out tlio grief that mi tlio mind,
For tlioso Unit hero wo n-o no more;
HIiiX out tlio fcud.of rich and poor,
ltlng in rcdrens to nil iiinii!;iinl.
KliiK out a slowly dying caiuo,
And nneient forms ot party Htrifo ;
King 'u "o nobler modes of life,
With sweeter manners, purer laws.
King out tho wmil, tiiocnre, tlio dn,
'I lie fnltliless coldness of tlio times ;
Iling out, ring out my mournful rhymes,
Put ring tho fuller minstrel In.
King out f.ilso prido in plan- nnd l.lood,
The civic slnuder nml tin- i-pito ;
lling in tho lovo or truth nud right.
Itii g in tho omineii love of good.
Uliucnl ol,l ur uini ui'.i-e ;
King ma tlio imirowlng lint of gold ;
King out the thousand ivnr. of old,
Uing tii tlm thousand yesr.s ot fosn v.
It,ng in tho valiant man nml free,
The larger heart, tho kindlier hand ;
111 us out the dar'tiu-'s of thu l.iml,
Iling in thu Christ tli.it Is to to.
.MIIS- RUTH IN JAIL-
WIIATSIIK HAS TO ,M.y t'Olt II lilts KI.l'.
1I0W SIIK IS OKTTIN'O AI.0.V0.
A reporter of the Lawrence (Knnsns)
Standard lately visited .Mrs. Ituth-Voul-lalre,
of Kuth-Mcdllcott notorietv, in tho
Dougliis county jail, and said 'that, all
things considered, she bears her confine
ment well, and certainly pooiih cheerful,
with the exception of complaints about tho
Irregularities nttending her arrest. She
manifests no bitterness toward anv one
but oxpressos a determination to huvo le
gal redress for whntsho esteems her wroiu-s
when cleared of tlio present chnrfconf,'nin"st
her. Shu a'.so complained somowluit df
thu 6tato of fooling toward her, nnd said
she fult It to bo very unjust. On beine;
told that thu public feeling arose from
tho fact thnt, whilo neurlv everybody bu
llevcd that Dr. Mcdllcott hnd munlorod
ilr. Ituth, shoseomed to screen him, nnd
consequently people charged her witli
sympathy lor him. To this iho suid, in
substance, Hint people, wore very uiijiist
to want her to go and " shoot " J)r. Modi!
cott on suspicion, whim she did not know
whether ho was guilty or not; Hint she
hud good reasons for thlnklnc; thnt .Mr.
Ituth had committed suinide, some of
which would be uindo public in tho course
of her trial. Tim idea of i
timney with Dr. JI., i-ho scouted, nnd
argued Hint, oven woro nil truo that had
been chnrged on Hint score, it would bo
folly to neenso hor of conspiring to inur
dor Mr. It., it would havo been so easy,
she said, to find n cloak under which to
carry on hor intimacy. Sho professed
much rcspoct for tho memory of Mr. ituth
and to rebut thu idea thnt l,n l,,i ...,.!
sympathy for Dr. she said that, when
told that the prosecution against him wns
L'oini; full throne h. nml tlmtrinl i...
n . kliain, sho promtly determined to lmvu
win enso prosecuted liorsoir. Sho nlso eon.
trudicted tho report thnt she had inteinleil
to leave thu city previous to her arrest
' - u jiaiu h moiuirs rent
mi iiuxiulu jiiei neioro iiiuitimo.
Ilercoll, she said, was comforlnble: shu
had her French books, lierown llK)it, and
i ",u comiorininv than
ono llliirht SIlllllOSO khn enohl Avir
nskod her what books, sho hnd, sho replied,
"I have my JJlblo for one." Sho say thnt
..Mr.- oullnlro sympathizes wllli her, nnd
wants her to got clear and coma down to
? "oil's, ami wnon iJolmont spoke of
lil in with eorno aspority, sho checked dim
H.iu iviiriinuiiucu lllll) lor 11.
ilrs. Jtuth is not a vory Inlorostlno- r,r,
son to intorvluw. Hlinb
.. . " w .... nig lt.ll)t fJI
- vb - h"v.. uim unitu inuuns iihio, nnu
Is very careful and cor nbnnt it,...i....
hor own caso. Shn u-n r.ni-ii,,,,i.,-i..
" i "vur, iii mo men that tho county
attorney should hn nrrnbi r r
, . . . . . . i - j 1II1IU&-
whon askod of thnt subject, klio would toss
hor head in a sort of luilf seornfol hm.i b.iir
merry way, and laugh heartily Uet man
ner Is calculated to hnn ...ui.'.i..
tt,',!,,ml.6,,.'.ois I'ersot, of groat
wuiiuw, nnu cnpnblo ol on-
tuiiM ',loft,uro ot tho severest inlslor-
11ACKKTT TlIK COM lllll AK.
(F.;.ii tl.o Courier-Journal,)
Tho telegraph brings us tldlnKs of tho
atli or tho L'runt
llo was tho host Talstall' of niod'orn timet:
and ho played molt of tlio Old JJnclish
pans, nnu especially Sir Pertinax Mac
Jsycoplunt In Machlin's cotnedj-, with con
utiintnatu art. lis belontrod to tho Hnrtn,,
school and tho days of Old John Urcon,
ana uiu Jiogan, nnu um uean, ana that
set. In later years ho tried tho character
of Kip Van AVInkle, without success, llut
ins pre-otninonoo in xnistaii was main
tinned to tlio last. Mr. Ilaekctl wns born
In Now York, Mnrch 1 5th, 1800. llo ap
peared for tho first tlmo on tho stago In
.March, 18'-C, at tho Park Theater, Now
York, as Jtutico Woodcock In "Love in a
Village," and soon hecntnon fnvorito actor
In broad comedy. In 18i!8, and ngnin In
1832. ho nhivcd a round of onirncomonts In
Knutand with success, nnd In tho Intervals
mado professional visits to tho chief
cities of tho Culled Stntq. Between 1832
nnd 1815 ho frequently appeared In his
prominent part?, nnd In tho latter year
njnin vuitcu r.nginmi. in 184U lie wns
loint manniror with William Nlblo. of
the Astor-pinco upcrn-iioiiso, isow lorK,
during tho engagement of .nr. ilac-
reauy, winch resulted In tlio Astor-niaco
riots. Ho wns in London again during
mo great exhibition oi industry in i.ri,
but since that Utno hns annenred loss fre
quently boforo tho public. In 1801-Gho
wns concerned in the inanacmcnt oi mo
Grisl A: Mario Opera Company during tho
visit of those sitiL'prs to tho United States.
llo was ono of iho first to Introduco tho
Ynnkoo typo of tho American character
upon the stage, and wns popular in such
pans as Mmrod Wildllro, in the "Ken
HUTLER'S PJ10V1N0ET0WN SPEECH
UK IllVKS INTO THU riSllKIUK.i, SAHJi in
to l'Vllll, UMUK-i INTO KN(II.A.Vl) AND
l'lTCIIKH INTO T11K WASIIINOTON
Puovincetow.v, Mass., (December 28,
Gen. llutler dollvcrcd nn address hero
this evenini; on tho flshine; interests ns af
fected by tlio treaty of Washington. Ho
said Hint Kngland, Irom 1801 to the present
time, had protected and nided hor colonies
to tlio detriment of American Interests
Tlio rights to fisheries wero ours, beeatis
our lathers took them rrom their cue
for their country.
Tho General criticised f-liarnlv the con
duct of Knelaiid durinir tho war. and ar
raigned tho conduct of tho Canadian nuth
orllles as inimical th tho United States
and said the reason that treaty wns mado
was beeauso of fear of wnr with Kngland
Tho reason for this four was Hint every
body hnd a Inrge quantity of bonds In the
Cnfted'Stnto. and In caso of war thev
would no down, and thoro is nothing eo
.-,.......11 l.lr 111! r .
t-t'Miuuij ii? ii;iu ii lllllliuil Ul ClipilUI, e.
ecpt a million.
After ridiculing tho idea of war will
England, General l!utlei-si,Ultho Washinc
ton trentj-, with the senso of wrunj; nnd
injury ii would tiring on tlio pooplo win
more likely to produco wnr within ton
years than any other uucstion.
"Nobody knows," eontinuoJ tlio Gen
eral, "what this treaty really 'n. It hns
not been published nny where" thnt I know
of, except thnt newspaper correspondents
stolon portion of it and published it to tin
world, nnd they fell to discussion witli it
great deal inoro eagerness the question
wliethor correspondents had a right to
steal it than tlio question of what its pro
Tlio General continued at length, criticis
ing tho treaty and expressing tlio hope
that tho obnoxious fishing claues might
be eliminated from it.
(Courier-Journal' nuropeau Letter.)
Upon tho wholo thcro is no denying
tho fact that Germanj- is well-governed
and its rulers popular." The real ruler of
the L'mpiro is Prince Ilisinarck. llo is n,
splendid man, and ono can't help but nd
miru the way ho makes dtivos of tlm
people, esneci illy ns they seem to enjny-ii
ttienlselves. lie is a man of powerful ap
pearance, tall nnd strongly built, nnd re
minds ono of a bull dog who knows how
to light, instead of ii politician who Knows
how to lio so cjiifitnimiitely. It U, to say
tlio least, Interesting to seo what a lino
toy llifiiiarck lias give tho pooplo to tuku
oil' (their lints to for really, Kaiser Wil
helm is u majuitic-looking man-"every
inch a king." Vesterdny wo pleliiaus had
allnohhow. It almo-t uiakoi one willing
to cry "Vive lo l'.in ! ' when vou can havo
such a sight a? "tho king nnd hu family a
riding out.' Tlioro weru somo second-dnss
stato occasion tho meeting of thu "land
tng" a sort of local parliament in the
stato jialaco, and all tho "big men"'
got in their carriages nnd tickled
the eyes of tho people. "What amus
ed 1110 tho most, though, was tho car
riage of Prince Albrecht. the brother of
the Kaiser, and the people in and on it.
This truly harmless Prince (ho onlv
spends the ncoplu's money), delights in a
most ugly darky footman, whom he sots
forth on nil Moasiuiu. It m truly 11
grnml sight fairly equaling rowilfv itself
to see this African stninort tlio iliirnitv
of tho occasion. Jt was tlio most iinrl'eet
.specimen of pomp and " Pomiiey" I over
i-iiw. 1 miuuiu miiiK 1110 rrineo would
be jealous of him, lor ho seemed to attract
tne ino-t atieiition or nny of tho shov
It inii-t be seen to bo appreciated.
Tin: asih:s op ciiicaoo at ska.
It is poJililo that somo portion of tho
wealth oi Wiicngo that molted into thin
mi UK win in wuioiicr wns seen iignin
nuiore 11 readied ultimate dispersion. A
paper recently read bel'oro tho ltoyul Go.
ologlcal society of Dublin stated that
Captain Kdwards, cf tlio Nctituiie. in 11
imssage from Quebec to Liverpool, found
Ids vessel enveloped in tho smokonnd ash
es, ns ho bolloves of tho burnt city. His
report ot the lacU certainly indicates
piausiiiio occasion lor his boliet. On tho
12th of October, at sen, in latitude -10 de
grees north, longitude, Xr degrees woit, nt
anoiit 1 p.m., wind blowing strong from
tin west, ho observed 11 dmun elmm nf r,i,
arlo on tho western hori.on, which grad-
v i-.Hiiu uji iviin nn-! siiriouuut-u 1110
vessel, mm m rontinucd until midnight
f rom iirsl coming up with tlio ship until
clearing oil, tlioro prevailed a very strong
smuii 01 iittrning wood, liotli tho eniitntn
uini vmn n.-ii iiiuir cj-es iniicn irritated Uv
tlie smoke, and tho decks were strowii
witli lino dust. At the tlmu tlio ship was
tnuro than 2,000 miles from Chicago.
The former owners of frame houses in Hint
citj can tiioreloro havo the consolation
which Pat ollered to tho ship-cariunter
when ho dronnod his hammer overboard .
" Sure It's not lost, whin yo know whero
I. & E. GREENWALD.
HAMTACTl'lll US Or
Flour ondjanst Mills,
Tlu;"Tupiicr' rutcul Grnli bir
MAOIII.VKIIV KOU OKKKHAlpUItPOSES,
May hu found nt Heed A JIuiiu'h from
ward. Any work In tho
I1LACKS.M ITII 1 NO LIN K
will rceclvoriromj.l attention,
aJ57!,:rrll hl-'lniitliiiiK "iinncss curled t
DULtn 1 K
a n 0 0 k n 1 k s ,
Ohio Lkvkk tit:: Caiko, III
orders rriOMrrLT riLLtD.
It. SMYTH & CO.,
A'10, keep.con-dintly on haml a moit com
pieio siocK 01
SCOTCH AND IltlSII WIIIHKIEH
(i I N S,
Port, Mnderia, Sherry nnd Catawba AVines
O HMVTII A CO. sell pxelushrly for oaih.to
AX, Hhicli fact they invite the especial atten
nun ui -ioi- i.ir-.iiii oiiyer.
SiremI attention yirfti to Filling Orders.
BANK Kl.KCTION NOTICK.
AN election will ho hel I at tlie City Nall.ma
Ilsnl; TuvsiIj, JnniLiry ft. ls7i. tor seven dl
n. iuis. .1. n.n.M-I'liiui, (.asiiirr.
LOUIS JOllG ENS KN,
dealer in nil hindi- of
ST A PL K AND FANCY
I'liriiier'n Yiiril nml Slaliliiiic
MHS. JI. SWANDKK,
DEALER l a MILLINERY
LADIES KCKNISIIINr. GOODS,
t oniiiicrcliil Ateiiin-, i iis. :I
ii iiii.viiiorn s
cloth 1 Nt; i-'on ladies' wkaV.
Jlade to or-ler, er lieady.Jlade.
Ilai receied a full and romjilelo (0el; cfirood..
tho neiu-t iin.l i-oiiipUtesi in Um cily. An im-
iiivipt iitiu U
RlliliOXS, LACKS AND FltlXOES
sho otlV-rs preat I rid ucern vtn to her inlroii" nnd
all oilier toesll on lier.t-xainlne tlm iiriei-i, tln
and quality of her poods.
Mrs. Swander, havini; sold her nrop.rlv, will
sell tlio Mhole of thc-o noods ut nnd Mow -.
Wow Is tho limn to purehano OkmIiiisih xhihIi,
- t'i" uij iuu-i iie;en,
m'IKJHIl'S XliW .STOCK.
.MUSLINS, PltlNTS, SHAWLS, ETC.,
One ol Iho mod .iltrai-tlve dliidiiyii of
in the elty.
CoMMKIlOIAI. AVKVUK, 11KTWKK.V KlUIITII
ami Ninth Stukkth,
has cery avanal.lo spaeo In his toro room tilled
with New (ion, I.-. UIh stock Ih coin,
plt-te, com prising a hesutlful
1' 111 NTH, 1H.KACIIKI) AND UNIII.KACIIKK
MI'SMNH, COTTON KI.ANNKI.H, KTC,
A splendid nrrny of
-New eit nml Hon( 1'imliloiiiililv
Colors and Material-i,
Ho has a largo stock of
K-ioro tlm liolidajs aro oter,
l'lio lailiut will find n lnro nsiorlinent of
which ll' bo sold cheaper than anythinir of tho
Kind over sold In Cairo.
Mr. llurger has laid In nn linniensa stock of
7IO0TM, BHOKS, Itlllllo.VS, NOTIONf. NKCK
v TIKS, KTC,
KNTElllMl I SE S A V I NO S
'linrl-rrl Mnn-li :il, 1SIIO.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIUO
A. Il.SAFKOltr), l-rei-idenli
H. a. TAYI.OIt, Vlce.'re.idenl ;
W. II VHI.OI', Hecretnry and Tn-aurer.
P. W. lUncLtr, Ciu. OiLiunta,
V. M. Ktuckiiltii. I'AlLd.HCHl'll.
It. M. CC.VMMIIUM, W. I'. Hallivai',
J. SI. 1'HILl.ir.
IMonIIm ofmiy AiiiuuiiI llvcrlttsl Iroui
-u-n reuiN i'iMurtiN.
I.NTEUF.3T pld on deposits at the rnte ol mz
ju porceni. per annum, .inrt-u iftitnil r-eplem
Iter iHt. lnteront not Wlllnlrauii !. r.ilileil hnm
dlntcly to tlie principal of thu depoi-ll, thereby
K'iihh iiii'iii i;uiiiiuiiiiu iinere-i.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
10 THAT .NO ONE IUC IAN lillAW IT,
Open every lllMne dav from 9 a.m. In .1 n.m
and Haturdiiy oyeninK lur HA VIM! JiUPOSlTS
oniy, irom b to u eioex.
au-Tii , tiYHi.Di", Treasurer,
TJ1E CITY NATIONAL
CAIUO; 1 I.I.I.VOIN.
W. P. II Aid, I HAY, Preiident
A. II. HAKl'Oltl), Caxhlert
WALTIJR IIYaLOP, AnsUUuiI Ciuluer,
taat Tauob, Kor.T II. Cunninoham.
b..UTT WllITt, W. P. JlAI LlPAT, '
flrn II U ,, , iiwb,iu ub....... ii -'
' - . , Ulf.rill.9l uiku
A. n, oArroRii.
KzcbnuKe, Cola and UnilfHl Mlnlca
Ilond UuuKht aud Hold.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
PANini. JIUIID, President i
ItOBEHT W. MILIjER, Vice-Prenldout t
0. N. HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLKCTIONS PROMPTLY MADP,
EXCHANGE, coin, hank
Slates aecurltlen bought
w. n. morris,
II. II, CANSKKI
no. rub. trnd U. 8. Coin;
FIHE, UULL, OAKQO, LIVE STOCK
1 AtTNA, HAltTrORD.
Ansel IA.M9.Wt I
AtH. 2.T13.UM t
Af H. 2,M4,!10 1
INTKKHAT10NAL. H. T..
Aftn M 1.JJ3.I
Amirli 700,977 I
Aiacla ...515.CT3 !
AMERICAN CKNTRAL, 110-
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE.
An. ft ....JO.W.Ul
TRAVKI.KK'B, HARTFORD, LIFE At
Aiiff t- l.MO.OO)
RAILWAY PAHHENUERH ARKURANCK
Ait - ... SOO.WO
SAFFOUD, MOUHIS & CANDEKj
City Natlonkl Dank,
FIRE AND MARINE
NIAGARA, N. T.,
CIERMANIA, N. Y
A-et ,0(8,741 71
1IANOYKR, N. Y.,
Awl 7?C,Wi I
REI'UIILIC, .V. Y.,
AKi-eta m ....7lt,Ki'. i
Co-nprKiiiK the Underwriters' Areney.
YONKKIW, N. Y.,
... ...H.. .........(... ....M.M.....tl70, IM
fiukmkn'.s fund, b. f,
HKOUIUTY, X. Y. MARINE,
STORh, I)Hellin, Furniture, HulU and Call
atom, Inaurrd ut rtej a faroralile m aouiidl
iiiimiii ut nit-uruy win wurrani.
I renpeetlully auk oi tho cltiiena of Cairo,
aharo ol their patronace.
C N. HUGHE
DOOM!. fiANH, BTCi
W. W. THORNTON'S
HUILDEIIS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13J TENTH STREET,
Uoora, Huh, Blind. Moaldluf;,
Kaveanttra,(wood) Wladowaud looj
FraaiM, Floorlaa;, t,
NblDKlM, Olaaed Naah, Glazed Hide
-iKktz, Glased Trumu,
Maah Welt-btM, Hash Palllee aad Cerde,
BUud Faateaiava, Imh,
'H. Uooflnr Ceiacat. Plazterlaa-
per, Carpet Fell, Wtilte
lead, IXased Oil, Amerleaa wiadaw
OImw, EaKlU aadFreack
PUIa Glasa, Patty, GUzleVa Falata
Sewer Plyea, Pateat VMmy)
A OENT8 lor Bock'nirer Ppr Company'
J. HhMthhic Felt and QuarlaCemont. r 1
11. W. John H Imhrnv.,1 nnnlln. . ,
Rn J r--' vMMa mtmmjw
UAHL L, THOMAS,
ow prepared (o raapond promplly to all de
jnindt for hla lorTicea.
jllOP-Con. 8TH-ST, AMD CoW-lKCU-AT