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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1872.
JOHN H. OllKIlliT, F.lllorand Puuttilun
flCNDA v aionxi.vo, .Inn. 7, 1872.
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John H. Ober) Co' 1,11,8 reduced 'he b
crlf(ion pne- of'v Weekly Cairo llulletln lo
OXXirriftnjmTinaklnK It tho cheapest pa.
PtK-JlDENT GliANT i takintr a little
relaxation in IMiilaileliihiii. Ho is to
liavofEcvcral receptions anJ eml with a
visit to the opera. The president's
motto appears to be, not " btiinc?s bc
1 fore. pleaure," but " 'dti-une? and
' pleasure in equal proportions."
A Radical exchange has discov
ered the remarkable fact that
Grant has appointed fewer of his rcla
tions to office than anv of his prede
ccssor? from JcfTcrr-on down. It will
next be said that Grant has never taken
a present, and never loft Wathiiixton
since ho was inaugurated ; ami plenty
of people will believe it, since there is
nothing more potent than a lie well
your fect?-hc pitilcs, Mnrlitcr pro
cccds to K-oro the tialw without
mercy. It ncr-" '" of ""'"""R
'out " toUI-K0' aml ,r-,ll?f'lxCi' "
writhi victim, on the point of it"
sj,..p anil powerful tton, tint" ;
Jlow l:isn iimsi unit .",r;, i..iJSiii,
lilmMf wlicn lo en-, r I . V' '""l"'"u
Up tijl hist Thursday, the Anna Ad
vertiser had not found out that the Mis
totiri Democrat's " Christmas story " of
tho ku-klux outrace at Sedalia, Mis
souri, had not the the tenth part of a
gram of truth for its foundation.
There teas a row in the town, a bar
room fight between a dozen or so of
colored people, but the " five dead bod
1 ies " were as much a myth as the will
o' the wisp. The Advertiser is young
yet, but it is not too youiijr to learn
that common sense and a due respect
for truth arc qualites as commendable
in a newspaper as in a person.
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T n nnn ( In ' ufrlhn snlurv of tho lion-
toaiiiil (ovcrnor'lio snys Hint sonnlors rc-inomheri-il
Hint that olllccr li-nl tnken live
(10111" i,iiy n eoiiiini'Miir cr ot in.:ino
Sow, being no better than tho gen
erality of people, we arc unable to sec
any criminality in thi insertion, but
tho moral discernment of the .liirvr
titer discover its baseness and admin
isters some terrible rebuke'" to the un
happy correspondent. Choking with
virtuous indignation, and in breathless
haste to hurl its scathing sen
timers at its victim, tho Advertiser
scorns punctuation and bids defiance to
grammar. Hear it
Now what iloe this fellow mean, docs he
wish it believed Hint tils was moronity
than tlio law allowed, If so let lilm tell It,
If not wliv Hicn rcler to It as u it was n
crime In that ofllccr to take what was by
law allowed to him ? That It wa too low
for the services rendered, the voto of the
imninr In fnvor of a lawcivlnc six dol
lars per dnv to his successor, Is proof of
WWH ino real miiiuii ui mu sunuwi is
was at Hint time. ,
lint n for nnv olllcinl responsibility in
tho acts of this' senator. "Wo tinhesitnt
lrn.lv snv thcro is nono he is wholly inca
jiflMo of such a thing.
The present commissioners of Hint insti
tution in their report swallowed up all tho
horses hogs farming utensils and one
crop off tho farm and kindly say tho pol
icy of tho former commissioners is a tail
ure. , .
"Whilo thov have been receiving (instcail
of five dollars) six dollars ovcry day and
in their report Irnoro this drain on tho
troasurr and Senator Ilolcomb mnVcs no
fnnntinn of those facts possibly tho blooded
stock of the farm Is to bo divided. Uut
we slmil sco what wu shall see.
Where is the man who can survive
such severity as this? Senator Hoi
comb, if thou art the man, farewell!
Hide thy diminished head and let us
see thee no more.
and after- ard collector of tho port nt
Wilmington, cl., died on Thursday, aged
tST William F. Wold, of JJoston, Is ro
forled to bo tho wealthiest man in .Massa
cliuso.U. Ho is obout 70 years old, and is
!lBu. l'arena 1loa f making a llrst-o1a
prima donna out an Irish i;irl she picked
up in a ha'r-clotu factory.
EOT Paul Morphy, Hie famous chess
player, still rosldes in New Orleans. Ho
l now .'15 years of ago.
(ST Tho actual sales of moicliandUo
and produco for 1871, in Shawnoetown
will amount to nearly S 00,000.
lisT" The execution of the murderers of
Generals hceoinpto and 1 nomas will soon
CrSy Just beloro tho pro.-ont riso in tho
rivir, Cincinnati pild 3-iccntsa bushel for
B3F A natural gn well has boon struck
in a coal-shaft at Taylors vlllo, Pa.
Tho New York ahleriiiaiiic mud
dle continues to grow thick.
13. The Princo of Wales continues to
rtfrr- Anll-cruoltv lleru' Is very sick
11 El' WORTH'S Al'OSTACV.
Tnr.ni: arc many rumors in relation
to the death of Mrs. Laura Fair. She
died in the jail at San KrancUco, on
the night of the UOth of December. It
has been said that she committed sui
cide, ami MiulVr ronort i tlmt shn
died from the effects of I Srcat ""'"S ""loar,of mental and
inhuman treatment on the part of her
fieri. Miss Ncllio Wharton is thus de
scribed : "Stepping upon tho slightly
raised dais, she seated herself and turned
her faco to tho full gaze of tho crowd that
filled tho room almost to overflowing. It
was a faco the rcmcmbranco of which
will long float in the memory of thojo who
saw it. It probably had previously been
a bright, joyous, radiantly beautiful face;
but tho long, wcarv months of watching
and waiting besido her mother in the
gloom and chill damp of tho cell has told
foarfullv upon it. There aro traces of
keepers. It is more probable that she
died a natural death, the result ot her
long confinement and auxicty of mind.
Whichever may be true, tho career of
the unhappy woman ha been brought
to an unexpected close and the sympa
thy which was refined to her, living,
cm fccarcclv be withheld from her. dead.
picn nguny, imprinted there, perhaps
never more to bo removed. Tho choths
aro sunken, tho eve' droonint:. and tho
lips tremulous, and sho presented tho ar
pearanco ot ono just risen from a sick bed
It is almost iinprssIMb to describe Hint
sad face. The most graceful pen of tho
practised word-painter would fall in tho
attempt. Only the witchery of tho limner
could do the subicct justice
Thk Grant party are beginning the
campaign with vigor. ' The military
1 electiou programme for the presiden-
tial campaign, " savs a Wa-hiugton
telegram, "will be developed iu the
' house next week, in the introduction
of a bill, agreed on hy many of the
soutneru republican lnemuers, cspc-
cially those from lrginia, by which it
' is proposed to extend the enforcement
' act of the last congress to every voting
'precinct in the country, thus requiring
federal inspectors ol all elections for
' members of congress or Uuited States
' officials, and the use of troops iu such
cases, as are made and provided in
the present law." Colfax, the unde
cided, is to be akcd to make up his
mind quickly as to whether he will
stand for the vice-presidency, lie U
the most acceptable candidate to Grant
and bis party, and with these prelimina
ries well arrranged. the ultra radicals
will enter the presidential contest with
no intention of being defeated. It is
tho imperitivc duty of the democratic
party and all friends of free govern
inent and republican institutions, to
oppos themselves firmly to tho hold
and uuconstHuvW ,ncMurcJj of (,)e
uom nam party to pcrpe;,.
Public sentiment, which by iIH
road and another on the constitution
n,... . ...... . r i .,
wu3 juuuu inn ,i r-iuiu in luinargy on
this subject of vilaljimportauce to our
free institutions, must be aroused to (ho
dangers now threatening the country
and which the re-election of the ntili-
tary president would merge into actual
certainties. Tho democratic party mu.it
tee to it, and the conservative republi
cans, if they will, that thev leave noth
ing undone to save the country from
tho calamity of Gen. Grant's ro-elee
EQX Tennyson, a London gossipor
writes, grows moro popular among ills old
friends : " For, much as it is tn sav, tho
man is better than poetry. 1'lnln as
Quaker in his garb, blunt but cordial
his spoech, humorous and full of good sto
ries, kindly nnu trutlilul, ills annual so
journ In .London heisliere now is look
ed forwnrd to as a literary and social fes
nts wmmn.vw.u. rno.u u.vitaiiiamsm
Tho Itov. G. II. llcpworth, Ur. Osgood s
succosor In tho cliurcli of tho Messiah,
'ow York, has resigned that jiosition ;
?nvini; that ho is no longer a bnitarian.
About forty of his pcoplo have left with
him. On Mimlay, Dec. no prenclicd n
sermon, from which the following Is nil
extract. It will show tlio chango in his
Pear friend, I want to talk to you very
plainly and very frankly this morning,
and upon a subject of the greatest impor
tance. First I want lo speak of Christ as
theological dogma. I know very littlo
about thu science of thcology.nnd caro less
for it. It was always a very dry study to
mc-but this dogma" is tlio basic clement
of my system, and thcreforo I speak of it.
cannot resist tuo leenng it lias grown
artlr out of tho wav In which I read the
ilblc, and partly of my own religious con
sciousness that Christ's and God's life nro
inextricably interwoven and interlaced. 1
am bound to believe in Christ's divinity,or
also tear certain texts up by tlio roots,
which I nm wholly unwilling to do. When
Jesus, in prayer, says, "O i-ntucrl glorify
mo with Thino own self, with tlio glory
that I had witli Theo before tlio world
was I" I cannot ovado tho conviction that
tho words, plainly ns any words can,
aro intended to nsscrt a pro-existence. If
thov do not distinctly sav that
Christ' is co-eval with God, then I fail to
comprehend tho meaning of tho passage,
Now, vou may honestly deny tho fact by'
opcnlv doubting tho correctness of the
text. Jiut, admitting tlio text, tlio dedue
tion is plain. Again, when ho says : "If a
man lovo Jie, my lather win love iiim.and
Wo will coino unto him, and tako up Our
abode with him, 1 think ho dourly in
timntes n power co-ordinate with that of
uo.i. i uon t sco now tuo conciu.-iou can
bo avoided, provided vou admit tho cor
rectneM of the text. I do belicvo this
.Second, having placed myself right on tho
dogma, l como to spealt ot its historical
havo stated it, lias saved the worVl, and
dono moro than anything elso to mold
modern society, it Ulinst had been a
mero man, a great reformer, tlio changes
He Introduced would Jmvo died out: nml
ins voice, lliougn ppouu n isturion tonon,
would tiavo died into a very dim ano dls
tant echo long before thK Tho cliurch
was built on tho divinity of ChriH it
would not havo survived if it had not
been and the cliurch saved tho seeds of
tho now civilization from among tlio ruin
of tho old. 1 come lnstly to
speak of tho institutional value of the
dogma. It is tho only possible basis of
organization. It give" us two works to
accomplish, to save ourselves and then to
save tho rest of the world. Atheism can't
organize. It never has done so ; it never
will. Itadicalism is cold : it always seems
them for fifteen years. I havo moored
sldo by sldo with tholr ablest men, nnu h
has as nblo as any denomination."
"How long have you entertained your
"Two years ago, at tlio national conven
tion, 1 tried hard to bring lorth a statement
nllnlto idea of Unitarian doctrine.
.tn that stntomonl I held tho vlow of
ClirUL u dlv n tv. I tried hard to have it
pas cil by that body, but could not. ino
body would not pledge itself to tlio divin
ity of Christ."
"Havo vou a.iy Idea of founding a now
rhtirch or sect 7
"I leave tho fiiluro to tho leadings ot
Providence. I fool very sad and am not
resolved what to do."
Dr. Henworth snokoof his meetings Held
nt tho lloston thoalro lor tlirco or tour
winters. Four or ilvo thousand pcoplo
nf.,l tn ntteml nltriit and night. Tho
noor worshipped besido tho rich, 'llio
morolmnt knelt with his clerk.
Mv oblcct." said the revorend divine,
"was to start a church which should tako
In nil classes of soelatv. That idea was
successfully carried out. Tlio next stc)
In mv tiroL'ress was when I started a theo
logical school. Around that the ministers
nf that body wero not so conservative as I
bolioved they should bo, nnd 1 hired four
or live brick houses and got 3fi students
from all parts of tlio world. 1 lound mat
tho conservative wero tho only views that
took hold of human. nature, and thov be
gan to tako hold of my nature. That school
whs mcTccd two or iiiroo rears ago in mo
divinity school at Cambridge. Kvcr slnco
I took upon mo tho duties of the ministry
1 have believed in tho niascs. I et my
sermons and my topics from them down
in Wall street nnd tho buslnen varts o(
thn nitv: nnd if 1 havo gained any popur-
Itv 1 think it camo from that; for business
m"cn, though terribly riled sometimes, will
go to hear the truth from nn honest minis
w. li. Mounts,
Aolarjr I'ul'lle, '
II. II. OANDKK
rc.I'ub. nnd U.S. Com.
IUIAI, I'.STAT JJ AO EXT.
Fill IS, UULh, UAKGO, LIVK STOCK
Assets !5,M3,M)I 07
NOnTlt AMEIUCA, l'A.,
AmcIi.- 2,783,000 OU
Aejets .2,M4,210 7'
AsselM.. 1,781,118 80
INTKIINATIONAL, N. Y.,
THE WHITE HOUSE.
T1IF. NCW YKAn'H RKCKI'TION.
The Washington Star thus describes
tho toilet of tho ladies at tho Whlto House
rccoption on New Year's day:
Mrs. urant woro crimson velvet, wtin
train, and a white point lacocapc with sasli
ends. Wide laco fell from her short, opon
sleeves, and n laco coilluro was on her head,
fastened with a small bunch or llowcrs.
Mrs. Colfax stood next to her, and woro
n whito silk dotted with black, witli tlirco
rows cl black Jirusscls laco on tuo skirl;
the waiil was heart shaped and trimmed
with lace; pink llowcrs in her hair.
Mrs. Judge Williams wore a delicate
pearl-colored silk, with Vandykes of dec)
silk trimming on tlio train nnilsash on tho
waist intliolormol brctclles; her beauti
ful dark hair was nrratigcd to show to ad
vantage her cias'io Head.
Jirs. uoutwcu woro a brown silk, and
Miss lloutwoll a maroon colored silk.
Mrs. Creswell woro a cafe an lait silk
vory richly and elegantly trimmed with
velvet nnd fringo of tlio samo color.
Mrs. ucncral Lacy woro bluo silk with
n laco capo; long ends at tho back.
iiti. iiabcock bluo silk, Willi laco cape
Mrs. Judgo Dent woro a trained dress of
Mr. Gen. Dent a crimson sll'n.
Mrs. Sham, green silk, with a noint
laco capo and trimmings.
Mrs. Delano, violet-colored silk, with
headdress of whito laco and pink llowcrs.
Miss Nellie Grant has two young lady
friends visiting hor Jliss Droxel, ot J'lill
adelphia, and Miss Jcwoll. Tho tlirco
girls all looked lovely in iresit rosc-coi
ored silks, witli white muslin over-dresses.
VUTNAM. II AUTFOItl),
Afsetn 700,037 00
A"ti. 515,073 83
A"ft 515,278 43
Ansctii ..100,000 0(1
CONNECTICUT MUTUAL LIFE,
Asset 30,000,000 CO
TltAVELEIlV, IIAItTKOIU), LIKE AND
Asseln 1.500,0fO Ot
RAILWAY l'ASSE.VOEtlS ASSURANCE
Ai4ctn WO.tOO t
SAKl-OIlD, MOHHIS k OANDEB,
71 SUilo I.ovrr,
City NMlonut Hunk, CAIRO, II.l..
FIHE AND fAlUNE
1 S TJ -A. 2sT O B
NIAOAItA, N. Y.
IlErUllLIC, N. Y.,
,. . ..72C.6C2 00
CornprisltiK tlio Undcrwrileri' Agency
YONKEKS, N. Y.,
I in ttiA ItLrn n linn vtti fti. nn ct.tt,. nmra
It.-H.. nnl r 1.1. I 1 1 v . """.
.,iU,vi Mi.iunB muu mm u may warm mom witli the hcatofus
genial face, anil his curious long cloak, is
enough even to make one forget tho fogs
which just now are thick, and cold enougl;
to Increase tho trallie In razor.'
ear ine beamy 01 American women
fe.'iiis now generally acknowledged, for let
ters from abroad continually mention somo
welcomed addition to tho court circles of
Luropo'i great capitals. Among tho fa'r
daughters of tho republic aro two known
in J'omo as "tho beautiful sisleis," ono be
ing tho young Duchess of Santi, and the
other tho wifoof tho Marquis Gavotti, who
will probably be elected mayor of Itome
tST The editor of tho Cairo Bulletin U
opposed to the "passive policy." Ho docs
not "pass." Is he prepared to go it alone?
Ho is not "going it nlono," bv a long
shot, and if ho va, his hand would win--Ml.
Vernon Free Press.
iiSf W. A. Hurd, of Ohio,' who was
most zealous a year siuco in getting votes
for Ohio and levying monoy on olllcchold-
ers in Washington, was dismissed on tho
1th inst., from tlio treasury for assorting
Ubllciy mat 110 liud uovured un Grant's
deficit In his account as an army otUt-ur,
ulso a littlo peccadillo of thu third
We hope fate may never he so crue
to us as to place us under the han of
tho Anna' Advertiser' displeasure.
ft 1 A . .
opringlield correspondent recently
wrote a letter to the .Jones
1 . . . .
uuro x.a'uitc 111 relation to
tho purposo f the legislature
to dispense v,u, mipornuinor
nnes, aim other matters. The
caglo eye ol the Advertise foil upon
tho communication. Attributing H to
Senator Ilolcomb uulortuuatu Huua.
tor Ilolcomb, could no pitying angiA
point out to you the it-fall before
iiuriumn, ot k
w York, as a witness, and
COtlriU (,l . , nvMrnlMoiln,, anl,l
something olTen.lve, M,,, Ilfinnr
retorted : " Youti" nun. r 1 ,
, . ""'".tt yon speak in
Hint way again, this court vj f' t lu
dignity nnd punch you iu tho ,)tb
SX-An important demonstration
made by Irishmen iu Livsrnool .1
Tliurday night, In favurof homo rulo for
Ireland. Sullivan, editor of tho Dublin
.Vud'01, addressed tho meeting, which was
enthusiastic but orderly.
tffi- Albany specials statu that senator
do not appear anxious that O'Donoviin
Uosea should tako Tweed's scat. It is be
lieved that Tweed will bo thrown out,
ltosa ignored, and a new election ordered.
own body, but, after all, thev aro stone,
and never can bring forth 1 iff. AS'hat
mav not this dogma bo to you ? If you
aro weak and who is not you can go to
Christ and get Elrong ; if you nro sinful
and who is not you can go to Christ nnd
be forgiven. 1 implicitly bclievo all thl",
and on it I would found this church. 1
heartily belicvo it, nnd by means of it I
would savo my soul and your.-.
iie-ai nr.MATio.s- or n is jikmkp in the
DIVINITY OF ClIItloT.
tl-'rom the Ne.Yoric Sun, Dec. IN,
A Sun reporter called nt Dr. llepworth's
palatial rciduncu in Forty-seventh street
last evening, nnd was ushered into tho di
vine's pleasant study.
Can you wait ten minutes," said tho
reverend gentleman, courteously, ' a a
couple aro waiting to be married"'''
Tlio reporter had no idea, of course, of
delaying such an event, and seated him
self in an ampleeasychair, wliilo the youth
ful couple woro oscortod by Dr. llcpworth
into the parlor, and woro mado one, in tho
jirihmco of two witnesses.
Tlio candidato for matrimony having
been dispo.-cd of, tho Sun reporter was In
vited into tho parlor.
Tin- eloquent divino was seated in a
luxurious arm-chair, his arm resting grace
fully on a tablo on which lav a coin- of tho
scriptures. Though l:o has been connected
with tho ministry for somo 15 years, his
fata does not boar that enroworn look no.
tlccnbloamoiiK tho clorgy, mid hU muminr
aim iaiiiiagu ttro irn.iu, opuu nun ingen
uous. AVhon ho spoko of ..the church
within which ho 1ms so long been tt shin
ing light, his voico had n tone of sadness,
but his expression of bollof iu Christ and
tlio scriptures was Una and unflinching,
"I havo yet mado no public announce
ment,'' ho said in reply to tlio reporter,
"of an intention to loavo tho L'nitarian
church, and havo for four or llvo years
been somewhat iu disrepute among my(own
body on account of my cxtroinoly conser
vative viows. 1 havo not, thorol'oro, boon
able to do tho work 1 wished to do, or to
have that sympathy which 1 desired."
" in what point 01 uonoi uo you uiuor
''n tho majority of tlio L'nitarian body?"
' t Mtnrintii urn fust ilrlftlliL' to utter nn.
gallon , on,v of tl((J divjuuy of 0,rsti
r. :. . .''Midltv of tho scriptures. I
Til V. SIAMESE TWINS.
TheMtalcigh -VortA Carolinian says
Tlio Siamese twins, I'.ng and Ohnng,
who nro now living in tlio westorn portion
of this titnto, nnd one of whom is lying
dangerously ill nt tho present time, vero
born in 11 small vitiligo on tho coast of
Nnim hi tlio y..r 1S11. h.u in .ma.
session of some particulars concerning
tnein which may be of interest to our read
er''. Their parents got their living by
fishing, At until lS'J'J, when Kng and
Chang were brought to the United States,
they made their living by selling shell
fish. Their mothers boro boventcon chil
dren. At ono time tho gave birth, to
three, and never les than two. Hut none
of theso children wero deformed. They
aro united nt tho anterior part of tlio ches't
by n prolongation of n kind of fleshy band,
tho sir.o of tho hand. This band of flesh
is about two inches broad and four inches
thick. Tho whole mas3 is toucli and cap
able of being considerably extended.
Wliilo you may whisper iu tho car of ono
without the other hearing; whilo volatile
salts applied tn the nostrils of one lias no
cfl'ect on tho other; nnd whilo pinching tho
arms of ono excites no sensation in tlio
other, still, if you stick n pin in tho exact
vertical centro of this connecting link,
both will flinch from tho hurt. 'Thc-o
twins aro seldom observed to converse
with eacli othor. They play a good gamu
of draft", inako pretty much tho samo
moves, and at tho same time nnd frequent
ly play against each oth'ir. They aro both
married and havo grown children."
Asict 153,103 23
FIKEMKN'S rUND, S. 1,
A?etM C7S,0 Of)
SECURITY, N. Y. MA It INK,
tc-Oflleial ndvlces from Ishpahem
show that thu famlnu in Persia continues
without diminution. Kntlro districts
havo been depopulated. Kil'orts of tho
government to nilord relief aro uiiavall-lug.
1JL. Dr. Arnold Naiidam, United States
K-nator from Delaware from mo to 1830,
more nnd moro con
. ; T "ruu'r boon growing to bo
" ? ' ! . "iV' .T Woro nnd 1 havo
"i v."iu;iiuu 10 bay bo n
" mu naiuro ot tnir rnoenf
statement in mooting Jour rcttnl
"1 made a public imnouiipnn.r,,,, ......
my belief in Cl.rht ; that I gave ,v u
wavering allegiance to tlio divinity ,,f
Jesus Christ ; and it would bo wrong for
mo from that time forth to preach any
thing else. If I can't agree with tho Uui.
tiiriansin tills mattor I am very sorry ; but
I must hold my own course ami preach ac
cording to my own convictions,"
" Do you intend lo leavo tho Unitarian
church 1 '
" 1 should bo very sorry to leavo tho
church ; for 1 was born iu it and lovo tho
brethren vory much. 1 lmvo worked with
(ilKX'KltllN AM) DRY (JOOU.N.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOKS,
HATS AND CATS, ETC.,
JIai just recelveil a heavy nloojc of Hoots and
lihoeri, Hosiery anil NotlonH,
ron SALK FOR CASH vnnv oilKAl
Uo iilo Ii.ih a tine utoek of 1'nmlly Grccenei ot
('"IINKU SIXT1UST. AND COMMEK
STKTTA UKltS & WINKMAN,
iwi'oim.i; and jouiirm or
3D jH IT GOODS
Is1 O T I O N S
.silclilKiiii Avenue, Ilelteeu .Mail.
Isou nml Jluuroe,
...Tlio t'di.iirtnernlilii heretofore exlitlni! Iietueen
UinrleHb, l0(,nino.,,rii. AllKUKt llllucli. tins thin
u.iy i'eeiulUlllw., ,y iiiullllil coiikrlit. tMmileM
V 11 e-jer vti eellest all oumuiuiiiiiji lulu nml
Ilrii? uUo ',n' 1,10 'adlj""hi'!s of haul
Aimi ht Hitcrt s,
,,,. ,,, , CiuaiM Hi'iioenmi tn.
tauo. lli,, Ju.'.',lbTJ. j inl at
STORK, PwelhriK, rurniture, Itnll nnd Car.
jini-a, inurel at ratet im f.irumblu n ounJ,
permanent eciiruy win wurrnni.
I renpeetlully 1 ol the citizon of Cairo,
share 01 their imtronrice.
c. x. 11 rem:
FUHWAKDINO and COMMISSION
31 1: UCII A XT S
DEALERS IN ELOUR;
And A enli of
Ohio Itlver ami Kniiiinlin
70 Ohio Lf.vf.k,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ot every descrlptUn,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAU TOSTS,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Steamdoa t L u M 11 E 11,
1'iitnlsheil on uliorteiit notice.
Uomincroial-av, bet. 10th and llth-sts.,
U. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL y STATE AGENT,
71 (SECOND TLOOll) onto lkyke,
Uuv and Skm. Heal Estate,
FURNISH AUSTRACTS OF TITLE
A' I prcrnro ConTeTMicfs of Klnd.
IIOOTN AMI Nliom.
ROOT AND SHOE MAKER,
llotiTctn Vt'nihliiKton entiu irnj Poplar Htrpo I
Hoots on. I Hhnen Mail to Order.
Fine Werkrnen Kmilnyeil.
Hfttinfitctlon Wnrrante I.
CITY SHOE STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
roli AotKcr roa
HOOTS A N 1) , S;iLO E S
(Joininereliil A vrtiur, Corner of UkIiIIi
i'auticulak attention paio to all or-
DEKH rOIt llOOrHKIUTA AND MllOKK.
THE TllIUMPII INSURANCE CO.
imctl .M0,CO0 00
Solicit all Linda ot rliki.
oclSTtf ARnt, Cairo. I.
t liiirlrrnl .Mnreli 31, 1SOO.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. 11. 8AFFOHI), rrrmdent 1
H. S. TAYI.OIt, Vlee-l're.iJent ;
V. IIVdLOl', tjeereturf and Treasurer.)
P. W. 1Uuci.iv, Cim. fiiLioiitn,
1'. JI. hTUCMllitll, l'Al'L (1. Mcncii,
It. M. Cc.smsuium, W. 1'. IUlliuav,
J. SI. Piliuim.
I)eiosltN of any Ainoiiiil Iteeelellroiii
ion ci-iiin l iitwiril.
TNTEKKiT paid on deplt at the rato ol till
jl. jierceni. per annum, .Miircn ii anu r''iciu
ber Inlcrent not wltlidran U f.ilded imme
Ulately to tlio prilicl pnl of tlm deposit!, thereby
giving inein eunijiouuu uiteresi.
MARKIKU WOMEN AND C1IILIMIEN MAT
10 THAT .VO ONE TLIE CAN IillAH IT,
Ojien every Luslneufi day from 0 a.m. to .1 p.m.
and Hattinhiy eyenm lor HAVING UKPOdl'IS
only, from 0 to s o'cloek.
atr.'Olf W. IirSI.OP, Treanurer.
TILE CITY NATIONAL
COAL I COAL1 COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Commercial-av., Foot of Kliv?nth-it.
All Cod carefully vielxhed at the yard on Fair
FULL WEIGHT WARRANTED.
Coal Udivered on llie tiorl'st notice In any
part ot thu cl.y, either by the half ton, ton or car
Leave order at theodlce on Commerclal-ar. a
he foot of Klereath street. norltid-tm.
II. T. GEHOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AND PALXS IX
Gai Fitter's .and Plumber'a material, Wood
pumpn, Klob" and anijle valvs, atop
cock,checlc valves, ttc.
auo larar roa
TiiIIn HrotlierM I'uteiit Dry Jn Meter
And Morehouse, Wells A Co'h Automatlo Watet
Indicator and bupply Valto for ateam boilers.
WINTER'S I1LOCK, COMMEKCIAL-AVENUl
l'ARKER & RLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
I'utty, Ilpiiciiio, Clnitollno,
W. P. JIALUDAY, President
A. II. HAFFOltt), Cashier i
WALTER HYSLOP, Assistant Cashier,
SriATaTAVLOn, tiosraT II. CcaMxaiiAJi,
beuTT Wiiirr, W. P. JIai.i.u,.,v,
Ot0. I). WlLUAMSOV, BTEI'MIX Ilinu
A. II. SAirouu,
i:scIiuiibo, Coin mill bulled NinlcM
J Ilonil ISoiiKlit nml Hold.
DUNUAIt'S WONDERFUL DIS
it 1: T 11 1: H U A
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Ol WmikcNliii, WIncoiinIii,
AcknoH ledged cure nf PrlL'ht'B Dlseae, Dlabctea
Dropsy, all iillcetlons ol Kidney, llladder nnd
'.",'"J; ur. also Liver truiibluH. H. 1'. Chase,
Uilerjiiat coofthn United blntcs, restored to
health by Its use, In six weeks.
J. . Willis, aeneral uent lorthoStato ol lilt
ols, Wholesalo nnd Hetiili Hupnly Depot, TM,
abash Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. All orders by
mall promptly uttendtd to, Ucnd for clrciilara,
DF.POSIT3 recoivod, and a
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ItOHEIlT W. MILLER, VlccPrcsldent 1
O. N. UUaUE.-J, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS, PROMPTLY MAP-BJ
And Ihe celebrated illuminating
IlUO-iS' UUIMUNO, COll. llTII-ST. 4 COM-MEUCIAL-AV.,
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL. ri.ATHi:itl, KTl'
J7IXCIIANOE, com, bank no
li mates securities louuM au
notes nnd Unitod
Interest AlioucU ou Time Deiiomti.
1. L. HUYETT, & SON,
Importers. Slanufnelurers and Jobbers of
nrnss nuil (iormiin Nilver
BAND INSTR UMENTS,
No. 25 S. Third Street,
oclDdJm. NT. LOUIS,