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THE BUI LETEtf.
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THE rltf.AIV WKF.Kt. IIUI.LKTIN.
j, dn II obfir A t'o iihih ri'ilnrcil llm Mib
crliloi price- of th Wikl) (iilrn llulltl.n In
OwWirptrimnjiii, iiukmik It inn ehenpcst i.v
persiibllshed inSoiiilicrii lllu nis,
Foil tlio first time in sixteen years,
thcro is not a Washburn in congress.
The old board of aldermen of Xuw
York city whose time expired at twelve
o clock on Monday, met in tlio morn
ing at nine, and with closed doors,
paK'd a resolution directing the conn
pel for the corporation to prepare ar
ticles for the impeachment of Mayor
Hall, for malfeasance and misfeasance
SoMF.itonv riropot-ca lfcnry Ward
Beochcr as a presidential candidate in
place of Horace Ureely. If the repub
licans would take him, having joined
the spiritualists lately, they might in
duce Victoria Woodhull to yield her
claims and so bring to his sup
port the whole force of the spiritualists,
internationals, free lovers, etc. They
ought to try the plan by all means.
lv ever the telegraph reports the
actual death of Dr. Livingstone, the
creat traveller, and the bona fide resig
nation of Secretary Fish, we arc some
what troubled to know what the asso
ciated press will do when news are short.
It appears to us that it has been so
long that the memory of man runneth
not to the contrary since Living-tone
commenced to die and Fish began to
The action of the senate in refusing
to adopt the resolutions of Senator
Trumbull, savs the Quiucy Herald, is
denotmoa.1 by sudi leading radical
journals as the Xcw 'tU Tribune,
New York Evening Post, Fpritigfield
Republican, Chicago Tribune, I'oaton
Advcrtiter, Albany Express, Boston
Transcript, Buffalo Commercial Adver
tiser, Providence Puis, Xcw Haven
Palladium, Cleveland Jeraltt, Cincin
nati Gazette, Syracuse Standard, De
troit Advertiser and Tribune, and every
republican paper in Now Fngland.
llqtlicr a formidable array to place be
fore that aspirant for a second term.
A rr.tv days ago a Louisville wo
man attacked her mother-in-law and
killed her with a hatchet. At the in
quest on the body of tlio iiiimleroi'
woman it was khowutlmtiUtt duuUtor
in-law was deranged on the Mibjcct of
crime from tho incessant reading of
the cheap, sensational literature of the
day. The shocking deiioument is well
calculated to point a moral. It is a
lamentable fact that the flashy, un
healthy, exaggerated, and immoral
books which every week see? thrown
upon the market find their largest
number of readers among girls and
women. The girl who JeaiU a s-cden-tary,
indoor life, but whose growing
mind roquires food, picks up whatever
of literature that fall in her way,
and this is, too often, flashy, over
wrought and in many instances ah
folutely indecent novel-. The inevita
ble effect how itself in different but
almost equally unhappy way., and i
fe'.'hcr a, mind derangod. ruined moral.,
or (i dUcontentod and utterly perverted
uatarc. The remedy lie, in the bauds
ofpareuts tdialJ, a,J(J tewW .
.h.houldtW, but d
jiuru aun ueaiwuui liOOKS are j.u jntol
the hands of Kwi'ig Kirls. Fort..
nately there is no dearth of mch books '
now, there being scores of good writers
who esteem it no waste of talent to
deTOtc tbeuioelvoi exclusively to the
preparation of books for children and
6SuThe Sultan of Turkey has written
the following letter, dated 23J of October,
to rope 1'iui I..- "Mgr. Alexander
Franchl, who bus been sent to our capital
with an extraordinary minion, In order to
mania-it and to communicate tho senti
ments of sincerity and affection which
you are In the habit of showing to us, is
about to go backwards return to Homo.
i nave oeen extremely satisfied with tlio
expressions of affection and friendship
which tbeubovo mentioned has communi
cated to me from your supremo dignity, ut
well as with your worthy letter which has
been written to us in tho matter. I de
"clarethatl always deslro tho increase of
.your friendship und the consolidation of
mutually alTwcUonuto relations, and It I
for this purposo that our present loiter bus
been written, which arrive, at it will, b
tho grace of God, wo sincerely hopo tha't
your supreme dignity will bavo tbo grace
to do gntrouily everything thnt Is necos
sary for our mutual affection."
ttST Borgh writes u curd to deny that
he Is In fror of recognizing the hvenn s
nhrotlior. Ho wants twnnlmnl to Imvo
tnoro lILort.v In B f Inercnsed
strength. H-oiMy pnper, " snys -Mr-llorcli,
" 1'1-,III'C(1 ' impute to
.)rosAj'tit of tlio socloly for tho prrronllon
.-cruelty to ntiiinnls, tlio conioiucnccs rc
eultint; from unloosing tli'v uhtnmenWo
animal, rendered inoro.m uy tuo un
nece.nry trcalmtnl lt,wh receiving ; ntu!
n lively rccommcn(jt',Mr. Hiirnum to hold
Mm nini'ii.iMo. Mr. Iiurmim is both
tco snL'it' Ions ntid kind heartod to untie
9 . . . ......
nnv tu-li.ciurso m uie iroiiiy, pitin-u ru-u
wvt l;ltn (Ucstion propose.''
'OaY (ifneo Greenwood writes from .Smi
Kruncl'cii, December 1 1 " All l bi Iislit
mid Inlmy ngaln; the waters of tliu buy
sp.irlilo with nlmoH Intolerable Iirig1.lric,
kikI the pinions Mil grounds hnve put on
new irreennc'suml ulory. Thcgnrden un
der my window (my window which stands
open) emU up thufragrnncuol heliotropes,
mlgnonncttes, geranium, carnation', ver
bena", nnd nuignillccnt roses of many sort'.
I'mchln are in full bloom, and oleander,
nnd the bounteous laiirutlnas, and a sort
of lioncyuckle, nnd sweet pens and tube,
HSr Puritan Iloston is still dUsatistled
with tlio celebration of Christmas a. a
festival, thinking it an appropriate occasion
for snd colored garments, long faces nnd
bilious ceremonials. It makes no ditleronco
In tlio eyes of these rigid critics that over
eighteen hundred years of custom has
sanctioned Its celebration with Jollity mid
mirth. "What Iloston eyes do not seo is
not to bo toloratcd, for lo, they nro tlio
salt of tlio earth tbo only salt of savor.
tSy An Indiana paper revives It, as an
instance of Henry Ward TJeoclior's con
scientious and careful preparation for his
work, thatoncoon a time, when tlio great
minister held his Indiana ptstorate, he
determined to urgo a crusade against
gambling, and in order to fortify himself
on tho subject intelligently, ho called in
tlio assistance of a celebrated pokcr-playcr,
Colonel Alvord, who divulged tho intrica
cies of "trado" to tho reverend neophyte.
fcST A demure-looking chap bailed a
charcoal peddler with the query, "Have
you got charcoal in your wagon ?" "Yes,
sir," said the expectant driver, stopping
his horse. "That's right," observed the
demure chsp, with an approving nod j j
"always tell the truth and people will re-
spectyou. And be hurried on, much t.
the regret of the peddler, who -wis getti:
out of the wagon to look for brick.
Captain Williamson Gibsca died cf
rsafTliu Kow Albany I,etrjrr iayj ;
" Mr. Oreen C. Cannon, ot this cltv, has a
child eight months old, which may bo
termed an infnnlilo giant. Tho child
weighs thirtv-clirhl pound, and ypsionluy
walked across tho room with a spittoon in
ono liimd mid n c In Id's rockfugcliair in (ho
IlSy That whom tho gods would destroy
they first mako mad, Is strangely illntrut
cd in tho history of .Mexico. Every
month und year brings forth now revo
lution, and every resolution carries tho
country further and further from peace
t!SU Tho elections ir. tho various states
during tho years 1870 71 foot up; republi
can vote, L',ieB,y77j democratic vote,
'i,"t7,205t A majority in tho entire coun
try of only 41,172 for the republicans and
yet men sav tho democracy is dead !
e5yilr. K. T. Hay lies, tho champion
who led two hundred women nnd chil
dren lo a place of safety during the de
struction of Peshtlgo, died in Mcnnshn,
Wisconsin, n few days ago, from tho ef
fects of hot air inhaled during tho fire.
CSS-Tho North of England Farmer
siys full soventy-flvo per cent, of tho po
tato crop in that section is valueless ei-
cepl for feeding ptg. Sinco tho great
Irish famino tho potato crop lms not
proved so great a failure.
Cay As a set otf to tho western girl who
can knit socks in six huiguugos, .Selinn,
Ala., boasts of a negro feminine who skips
tho rope with a pail of water on her hcud,
without Fpilling n drop.
CnTAt IMrolt, Alexis was treated to
an itiipoction of Stanley's " famous paint
ing, 'The Triul of lied Jacket,' valued at
$20.000, " visited the llridewell, and went
in tho i-vening to see Liiigard,
a. Udynt .South Hampton, Long
Itland,completod UieVnUW,,,,,: nttncklng
"iilcn her mother commenced bufuru tier
umruQ flxtv years ago.
Arma Hollo Hamilton, sixteen
years of age, ,.ommltted suicldo at her
home, in St. Lou.
on Wednesday morn-
Kir A subscription halnmoncoU fof
tho erection of a monument tn .onnr n(
Ucneral Yon Moltkoin hi. blrU.!"" f
- - -
5ir- General Grant is a phllosonhcr . , .
takes things us they come, takes then.
ea.y, and takes a good many of them.
t5y "A lot of the prcttieit littlo Collins
for Christmas you ever saw,'' was a Ken
ffoyA malignant diicaso resembling
yellow fever has nppenrcd at Gainesville,
C6yThc national comctories now con
tain 317,840 graves.
tQV- Joseph .Mazzlnl is seriously ill.
M.i 1... "'.u Quiy Hvnil.li
1 no Statu JtitUtcr thinks the statement
or tho Cairo Uulleti.v that not u man In
that city would uccept n nomination for
congress if his election was assured, is
"Hi In.' Wo run't speak for Cairo, but ap
plied to Springfield, with its well earned
reputation for small but aspiring politl
cans, it would bo transparent,
'Sc h u iniutTOviwi u;.., . ---. . , tcis raceiui subject : "Agraceiui walK
in Wilmington, Illinois, !on the l&th ul- "''V -?':'J , "t''"t'"- l st! it rare. A queenly, clastic step atones for
time. LHe w born in 1"3, sad wrI 1 tjt ll j J homely lace. It wa, her expert walking
in the Hriti.h rmy under Wellir-gtoa. i &"i;Xt1?G" & :W V M of h ,taB, V" "li,"
' ii v t wc.t. jj. -awji.. iJut.dUT.sGa while she never said a word, that constitu-
He was at Salamanca, served ia the la- acir .t-ri ttimMuiut Gerolt lrf Mrs. Charles Kcan's great attraction
dies, and bilonged to a regiment of ri tfltbe otitr fkaily, growxg wrmtr and n rlav that had a run of K.O nights,
serves at Waterloo. He received scrcral wore ladlgaaot from tiin to tirnc, had the The prerequisite for lino walking nro :
medals thela-t from Ouecn Victoria effect of racking the p -r girl I feelings: ' flrft h mnde t0 flt the fcct f(,con(,
iiieaaif,ineiaiiromtiuecn Mctona. and, in the end, the handsome Prussian ,u i,m ,, ,i, ,ta, i' -n,
TUB CAI110 DAILY
THE GEROLT ROMANCE.
,WHY THE MINlSTl Vs liVUlllTEIt WKVT
TO A Nt'N-NEHr.
IGoorRo AUreil Townciiil in Clni'O.o TrWinc!
Ono of i.ioruiianccs of Washington city
was recently ennctcd In tho diplomatic
corps. Tor nearly thirty year lUron
Gerolt served tlio 'interest's of Prussia at
Washington city, a- ' i. a lived longcnoiiijh
to rear native-born American children un
der tho shadow of ourcapltol, one of whom
married .Mr. IJangabe, tho Greek .Minister,
(erolt owed hl appointment to this coun
try to Ilaron Humboldt, who had been
entertained by him whilo in Mexi
co, nnd who "recommended him to the
King of Prussia. Gerolt was nn nflrtble.
repulilicnn sort of n man in society, fond
of tlio American people, nnd bis social as
sociate wcro men liko Charles Sum
ner and others, who inclined him toward
tho federal side in the war of tho rebellion.
Ho probably got considerable credit for
ottiOtiitl principles during tho war, when
nu was rcniiy MiDorUMato to acquaintances
of n stronger WH1, who impressed the
claims of tha nonji upon him. It Is
charged that at homo l,u was somcwhnt
tyrannical with hi tkmilyvas Is the Ger
man custom ; nnd that lit and his wife
wished to assert too much autntrlty over
their children, who had inhaled the titvuh
of tho western hcmisnliere. "Whatever
tho interior side of his life might have
been. Gerolt is remembered enthusiastic
ally by some of the best people of Wash
ington, republicans and democrats alike.
Ho resides at Llnz, near Honn, in Khinlsh
Prussia, and Is permanently out of the
diplomatic service of North Germany.
Tho Gcrolts, although Prussians, are
Catholics, and tho g'irls wcro strictly
brought up under the tuition of the priesu
at Georgetown. Ilcrtlia, the youngest
daughter of tho b.iron, now about twenty
threo years of aire, and i very rich nnd
handso'mo type of tho young German girl,
foil In love", threo or four years ago, with
her father' secretary of legation, a tall,
handsome, dashing, nnd somewhat reck
less Prussian, nnd u connection or relative
of UUmnrek. This secretary belonged to
a flno old llradenburg Protestant family,
which had decided notions against forming
Catholic alliances. Tlio young gentleman
would have fallen heir, in time, to largo
estates in North Prussia; but these wcro
in somo manner, as is stated, mado
conditional upon his keeping
up tho ancestral Lutheran faith.
This young Prussian chap, you may rec
ollect as being the adversary of ono (if our
ministers, Lawrence, of Central America,
some two or three years ago, when the two
met on what is called the field of honor,
exchanged shots, and then patched up tho
fight without bloood-shed. He paid court
to Bertha Gerolt, and sho was intenselv
enamored of him. In order lo make tho
nuptials eiy on both sides, Gerolt ap
pjied to the Catholic church authorities
for &a indulgent, orsvstnethice. warrant-
.t y ClAdK -..
b : it -an ipati ifcu :s taiH:t issuing i
I tr-seo i-asi iarrrCv-rt vs t l-roogat up '
Gt.-wv vi. itclm liiotrT v bi.T I
went olfhome. This is an end lo the mat
ter un to tho present. Iierthn Gerolt re
fused to accompany cither her father or
mother to Germany, nnd Inn retired to
tho Gormantown Convent, where somo
sny, sho will tako the last veil, und others,
lliul flio nlll iccul rigl a ivllllu, liml
reappear in tho world.
Opinion la divided in this city n? te why
Ocrolt wus remanded to hs own cnuniry.
Somo say that ho tufl'urcil curtain In
dignities at tlio hands of our Stnto
Dopiirtment. Others allcgo that ho was iu
clllclcnt, particularly about tho time that
American arms wero'shipped to Prance to
bo used against tho Prusiinn. It is
said that, on that occasion, JlismarU asked
.Sir. juancroli why our government per
mitted such things, nnd liancrofi, to mnku
it easy for himself, retorted that there was
Huron Gerolt in AVnshlngton, and, if ho
had been nttending to his business, tho
arms would havo been detained. Others
say that Catncuzv drow Gerolt into un in
trigue, and cot him to work against the
Into treaty which wo made about tho Ala
bama claims. "What ever tho facts, the
Ilaron has gono for good, and his admirers
hero nro preparing to forward him an
elnburato service of silver, lo show that
what ho did do for tlio country in it crisis
is remembered at leat by it"privnti citi
A HOY'S SUICIDE.
A I.AL OK FOUIITKK.V UELIIIKKATKLT TA KKl
ISATS11AKE ANI HIES.
I I'rom the Mmlnon, Wis., rtt.itn Journ-il.
Ave heard yoterdnv somo rumors of tho
suicldo of a son of ilr. Isaac Van Wie, but
mado no mention of it, fearing lest wo
should Jjll into somo error, nnd now givo
wie incis ns ooiaineu irom an authentic
source: .Mr. Isaac nn v lo, an old res
ident of this city, has a farm in tho town
of .Montrose, near tho villain ofl'nollu.
somo fifteen and a half miles south of this
city. It has generally been in tho euro of
one of his son, and a worrlan living on tho
placo. Jesse was out there and remained
till after tho ground win frozen tin. so he
could not plow, when ho nimo Jintu town
and began attending school, in accordance
uii him own niieu-exprosseu wish, win
vountffir snn. Trentv. h u-nlt.ili.viiir.iii.il
lad of fourteen, went out to look after
the cuttlo und out-door mutters, involving
two sir threo hours' work u duv. Ho took
his books with him. iiinur. etc.. in
read, wrto and study at Ills leisure, and
when bis fiither went out onco or
".week, seemed entirely ,.nnti.tiLl
On .Monday, the 11th, he had u Tittle spat
with tho woman in churgo of tlio house.
Ho had tho team hurnes'cd up about noon,
and wiinted her to get in a wagon with him
and go over to a neighbor's, but sho told
him sho could not leave the washing in
which sho was engaged, and would not bo
through for two or threo hours. Ho put
out the horses and went over to tho neigh
bor's on foot. Whilo ho was gone tho cut.
tlocamoup, bellowing for wutur, which
tho woman pumped nod gavo them, and
then had troublo In getting them nut of
the house-yard on nccount of tho nbsonco
oi a shepherd clog used to driving them
vMion mo boy cumi tiacK, about J or -t
" .In, lunimin run I I. In. f
. iuu ..vim", I.IHWII.U nun lur ull-
lm on. .1.- -. ..i .. , " .
in.. .,. .. . ...
clmmber. Hosaidt v" "l?"19 . " '
took about a teaipoonful, dW it p ".
per, and went buck to tho house, say Lo
wus In a hurry. That night after ho Imd
gotio to lis room ho called out that ho fi
sick. 'Iho woman went up and holni.,1
nun, and ho vomited at spoils during ih
night and tho next day. elm briii.'ln,. i,i.
down stairs. Ho grow vory wouk, and thu
woman finally, on Friday, concluded ho
ought to liavu a doctor, nnd nsked lilm If
no nau tauen nnyiiiing. no told hertoask
Mr. Cute. Sho went over nnd fiund what
had hnppcnod thoro, and fult
persuaded that lie imd taken
poison. As ho bad vomited so
much, it was thought ho must havo rollev-
oa nis system oi most oi iho poison, und
, r. ":hifiii mu m.biu uiiiuurcu, turn
in.. ..1? V"i ,loK' which was always kept on
w.?n?E iniU'? Tuesday morning tho boy
u n!"';11' l0 his chorcsrund while
thnt it wis not necessary to scud for ft
doctor or Ills father, who was coming down
next day, but somo simple remedies wero
Ivcn him. Snturday nftcmoon when h's
talhrr camo down unci found whnt had oi-
curred, ho drovo back to tho village anil j
got Dr. Osborne, who went down and gave
him soti.o mediclnn nnd stayed .vlth liim
Saturday night, and thought ho wtuld git
nlong. Suddenly, however, tho boy grew
worso nnd died" in tho afternoon. Ho
would givo no reason, in answer to hi
father's inquiries, why ho had poisoned
himself, but the following note was found,
which ho lind apparently carried on o
" I am going to tho better land to see
my sister nnd my brother. 1 hopo 1 will
meet you nil in "that belter land. From
your son, T. Van Wik.1'
Tho following was Indorsed on the en
" Touch not this message till my father,
mother, sister ambhrothcr hnve seen mo.
It Is a most sail, unaccountable case of
suicide, nnd the lad's father and mother
arc burdened with sorrow at the loss of
their son in such a manner.
A STRANGE STORY-
9 PUEAM AM) lTCONKqUCNCi:!.
tWom tho Korl Wayne Sentinel. Itc.23.)
living t this country, has n son engaged
asnclorkin n liu- merchaniiln u
Omaha. A few weeks ngo On. fntlicr re-
ceivei n iciier irom ins ton 10 Vin rllfrt
dollars belonging to his employer while
returning Irom n collecting trip into the
country. Tho father was naturally
troubled by the intelligence, nnd when lfo
retired to in room for the night ho lay
awako somo time thinking of tho unfortun
nto occurrence. At last he fell nslcep, nnd
It seemed to him ns if ho were sitting by n
table hi n bed chamber of tho liotcl,
of Omiihn, listening to tho conversation of
two young men who wcro recalling tho
particulars of a robbery in which they
lind just been concerned, whilo
they counted over tho proceed of tho
snmo with nn exultant air. Learning the
number of their room ho descended tho
flairs, consulted tho register, fixed their
names in his memory, together with the
dnte under which they wero written, and
then awoke. Ho immediately wroto a let
ter to hi son, requesting him to calf at the
hotel, look at tho register, nnd if ho
found tho names of John 11. Wilson nnd
James Frank inscribed on its pages under
date of November 1 1, to havo the parties
found, arrested and charged with tho theft
orS5U00. Thoson followed the direction
and from n letter received by the father
veitcrday, we learn that tho said John 15.
Wilson "and James Frank wero nrrcsted
at the said hotel, they confessed to the
recovered, and thnt the offenders hail boon
leionv, that of the lot moncv wns
jnienccn loine penitcniary
A GRACEFUL WALK.
HOW IT MAY UK ACQVIIIED.
Dio Lewis writes as follows upon
corset is a deadly enemy to flno walking
i n- it is to nie. nurd, carrying the chin
closo to tho neck. The foIcs of tho shoes
should correspond precisely lo the bottom
of the feet, as outlined by u pencil murk
drawn nround the foot. As now made,
inu soie is an men and a unit smnllnr thnn
the loct, and tlio result is a nlentifnl rrni
of corns and bunions, and in conjunction
...... ...u .,,K ,.,,,. uwkwiinl gait and
linnt lioiltlnn of 1 1. u bo J t 111 unlltlne.
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET.
KOEI1LER & BROTHER
Hnve reopencl tho
roriii.ut mi:at .m.ikki:t,
HelHoni .Miilli anil Truth Slreels,
nnil will kopp ronntnntly on hand the Lit met
sliuish!er(l In the Cairo mnrket. They defy com.
petition. Give them a trial. (-pt21tf.
BUTCH IE IR,
AND IiCALCIl IN
EicniTii Stueet, IIktween Washisoton
anij Commercial avenues,
.lnllllllt,- Itllli-llllillisc .V IImiiii'n,
Kci-p Iho l,ct cf Hcef, I'uik, Mnttn, Veal
l.nmli, Mii"fijii"t, und rn propin-l to n-rv,
coiiens in the mojit w-ceptaMd inintii-r. hji3'ii
(IiilcliHr mid Dealer In nil IUikIs J'reili
ClUNfU A'lNETirMTH XSU t'.Jl'LAK HTIlttT.
Bt'Vrt mid Imiilitcrs only th very rnttle,
Iiors an tl Hticcp, Hint u prcp-irrd lo nil any
tit uianil for frcMh innali from cno pound to Imi
thouk.in.l pminus. jisir
S A t.SB M A M f.lt
PRAC'TIUA L WATCJ1.MAK I'll.
NO. ISO WASHINGTON AVKNUE
CAIKO, I L LI NO 18,
Has on hand
A FINE STOCK OF WATCHES,
ULOUKS, JKWKLltY, ET(J.
i'arllculiir utlenlion given to
HKPAIHING FINK AVATCIIES.
Tho InrKPKt mock of
COLD AND SILVER WATCHES
LOUIS J Oil GENS EN,
Iieuh-r In all kunU cf
STAPLE AND FANCY
"'"""" r's Vnnl iiikI HIiiIjIIiis
Cor. Wanhlugton-av. and Twentieth-fit.
jyn.tt. CAni0' ""
JANUARY 4, 1872.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE .AGENT
Tl (SKCOM) FLOOtl) OHIO LKVKB,
BUV AND SEM. 11 K A I. INSTATE,
I'UUNISH ABSTRACTS OF TITLE
A I rcr ConTPfsnct of Klmls.
IIOOTN AND Nil Of.
WILLIAM EI ILEUS,
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
llclnefn Washington avenue and PopUr 9lret
Jlools and Shoes. ,Ma.li to Order.
Kln Wrrkmcn Ktnployed.
C1T r shoe STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
sot.r. Anmcr roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
Conimrrrlnl Atrnne, Corner or Eighth
rARTICULAH attention rAiu to all or
dek8 ror. noorsKiiiTH and niiok.
THE TRIUMPH INSURANCE CO.
Olf ll ..'JQ,VI 00
Solicits all Mn.lnol risks:.
oel27tf Agent, Cairo. .
COAL! COAL I COAL! ,
itai m is
DU QUOIN AND MOL'NT CARUON
O O A T . I
Commcrcial-av., lWt of Elcventli-st.
All Conl carefully welgli-1 at Iho ypid on Fair
FULL WEIOIIT WAIIltANTKIi.
Coal ilelirered on iho chortest notice in anj
part ol tho ei.y, either hy tho half ton, ton or car
Leave order at the office on Comtnerclat-av. a
he foot of Eleventh street. novlCI.Cm.
II. T. GEROUL1);
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AMD PZALrH IX
(iai Kilter's and I'lumoer'n material, Wood
pumps, Klubo nnu anKlu valv, mop
couka, check valven,ttc.
auo Aiir.vr ron
TiiIIh IlrotlierN I'ntoiit Iry C;s Meter
ind Morehouse, Wells A- Co'h Automatic Watoi
Indlcatur audlsupply Yulve forntenm boilers.
WINTER'S BLOCK, COMMERCIAL-AVENUE
l'ARKEH k IJLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I' ii It)', IIpiixIiio, finsnllnp,
WINDOW O-Xj. S Si
win now SHADES,
And tho celchrnted llluinlnatlnK
imoss' tiuiiiDi.Nd, con. Hth-ht. i com-
H. LEW fc CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FKATIIKItS, i:Tf
93 OHIO XjEVEE.
P.L. HUYETT, & SON,
importer", Manufiwitirera nnd .lohhers of
MUSICAL M ERCIIANDISE
Ilrims mid .Wriiiitii Hllver
BAND INSTR UMENTS,
No, 25 S. Third Street,
ocl3d?m. Ti i.ouii, mo.
Clmrterrsl Marrb 31. IhOK.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
A. II.SAKKOIU). rrendenti
H. S. TAYI.OIt, Vice-President;
W. IIVSLOI', tVcretarr and Treasurer.)
P. W. lUaCLAT,
K, 31, MorarilTii.
W. P. Hallidai.
II. 31. Cl-KtllCillAM,
J. M. PvilLiri.
DroNll of any Amount Kerelvesllroaa
t en irnia i pHarus.
"NTERKiT paid on deposits at the rate ol mi
JL percent, per annum, aiaren miann nepiern
ter Int. Interest not withdrawn Is r.ilded imme
dlately to the principal of tlie deposits, thereby
g.viiiK im-iii uompuuuu luivreni,
3IARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAT
0 THAT XO ONI IUI CAM DSAW IT,
Open ererr husiness dar from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and Saturday eyeninu lor HAV1NO DKPOHI'IU
only, I rotn o tn a o ciock.
au-JOtf W. nrSLOP, Treanurer,
rmrir mnv tj a rnrkAT a t.
W. P. JIALLIDAY, President
A. II. HAFKOUD, Cashier;
WALTER HYSLOP, AsiltUit Cashitr.
Staats Tatloi, hoiht n. Ccnninomaii,
IIIIIIK, TV, IT, J1ALLIVAT,
Gr.o. II. Willumion, HTiruiN Jluu
A. II. Sirroav.
KzctinnKe, Cola and United Htatcs
; Bond Doucht and Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and a Kenernl hanking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL JIURD, President ;
HO BERT W. MILL EH, Vice-President j
C. N, HU01IE9, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS 1'ROMPTLY MADE
EXCIIANOE, coin, hank notas and United
Hiatus aocurltlea bought and sold,
iBierent Altontrt oa Time Drprxtn.
w, ii. Moitr.iPi
'VXD AND DEPART
KIKE, UULL. CARGO. LIVE STO(j
Assals 1S.MS.S04 T
Als.. ..1.TSJ.0U0 OL
' :. 2,M4,M0 7
At 1,7S1,1U IS
INTIRKATIONAL, If. T.,
Assets. 1,S43,S II
AiMts- .. S5,(7t (S
HOME, COLUaf IIU0,
Asset tli.V "
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO,
Atstt eoO,(r VI
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asset JO,OM0,W0 00
TRAYLER'B, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
RAILWAT PAAAENOERA ASauuiC
A"t - -M....500,(
SAFl-ORD, MORRIS k CANDEK,
71 Ohio LtvM,
City National Bank, CAIRO, ILL.
FIRE AND MARINE"
1 1ST S TT "St, -A. 35T O El
5IAOARA, N. T.,
OERMAKIA, K. T-
HANOVER, X. T.,
Assets T2S.M2 00
REPUnLIC, N, T.,
Asset - ....7H,72i (
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
TONKERH, N. T.,
Assets 7I,M 1!
FIREMEN'S FUND, 8. F
. S7S.000 00
smalTV, v -r MARINK. '
Furniture, Hulls and Car
kj Koes, Insured at rates as faroiaUe as aound.
permanent tecuntr vlll warrant
I respectlully at'k oi toe ciliuos of Calra,
snare ol their patronise.
c. sr. ncane
DOORM. RANII, ETC l
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13$ TENTH STREET,
Doors, Nasjlt(Illlada, Moulding,
KaOntlcr,(wood Window and Doej
Framesi, rioorlng-, Ijatb.
NbliiKlca, Cllaaed Naab, OUaesl Hid
Uinta, Cllaaed Tranionsa,
Naab WelfhU, Nash Palllea nnd Oorda,
Blind Fastenings, Kaolns;
rIt, Rooflns; Cement, Plaatcrlna;
Paper, Carpet Velt. Wnlta
Lead, Unsed Oil, Amertraa Window
Ulasa, Easjllsb aadFrencb
Plate Ia, Patty, Cllasier'a Points
Hewer Plpea, Patent Cblmnesj
Etc., Kte., Kte.
AGENTS lor Kock Rlraf Paper Compar;
Sheathing Pelt and Quarts Cemoat. jJrtNTOif.
. W. John's luipioTsd Kooflog alw (i .
4)MM alwM on
tMlo Rook oj-
riAnr t wTTfiM A tit 1
anent supply ui
olty. Try then
I and Funcv Ornrt:
no prepaied to reipou l t
r ma fi
i rtrcrnri ann
Hchuh tolls ltattingor't rAedl-
Dbsian sardollcs at Jorgonson't j try