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THE IMibV 1IWT1N.
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(tvfrilMimiUlnlhr lIiillrllii lliilMIng, cor
tier Wlilnjtffn tmim nt Ti Iflh fUyft
Til It rrrr In r-tly mlrvrllifroliy
f.llliflil ctirriirial TumtyFlvn lints Wnl,
ij-Mi-wrs-lly Uf Mull, (Inmr), Sifter
nuiiiimi lv ninillii Ml tlirre'liionlli, M nnc
moiilli 41 2.
THE WEKKLY IUIIjIjBTIX.
CnMl-lnil every 'llmu'l.ij' mowing M 1 1
ix-rniniuin. InmtliO.ly In luliniiee. 'I lie l.ijri'
on tin-Weekly will l,i'n,wll"lll",,ni,'"
that nWrllr Mill olii.iln II 1'" iil-.-il.l.)ii
itio-i.r l :iiMr.c
ADVERTISING KATES.
DAILY.
llii'iwn t unit, iTBiinnni,
Our wiejrv, mil' llw tlliiii.M I
On Mirr, IWii lii-rrtl"lii..."- 1 'iy
OllC MIUW, llll'l WM'U, " -
Ine Wii.iiv, Ihii Week S
Out niiiiiv, limn wei.,-..
Ittl' IIIV. out' lilunlli.Hii'i"'""
H" K K Kl.Y.
One xii.iir, one In-rillnil .l
Lueli In-eillon - .V
J3"Oiip Imi'Ii i a xjiuiiv.
STfl'n r'xiil:ir'n-illcr weouerniiiierliir In
ilu.'triieiil, Ixitli as to rule of clmrjsM nrol in.iin
utrnf itil)lng llH-lr r.inr.
JT"Nul Ices In n column In-eiteil for Uf-
tern I nils kt Dm- for line in-eillon, Twenty
t-ents n line l'r tun luertliiii, TMenly-r'lie
Cent' s line for three In-eillnm, 'I hilly. I'iic
I'iiiI" a line for one nl, uwl ;eilit)-l:'il
I. ml. n line forum' month,
Communications upon ubjectH of son
erfkl intereut to the public lollcttctl.
t"f Ml teller- fluniM beiiililreseil to
.Kins ii. oiiiaii.v,
IV-hli'nl (uipi lliillrlln (,iinNiny.
nvi'Tiu: Iti-i.i.KTiv, a Journal rmiiliielril
imicly mi ivlllniis irin lil4, I'riini llu
iitiilcn:inl lu-n'-lly nl' follow liir iIhtx
:ihii1c of tli St. Louis now.-imin'r-.
I'iikiiiiiat (Jli.vxr like cx-(!nv. Slicp
li.'iril, mill t h y liotli like .Mullctt, anil
tlii'iv !ipM'nr to In- ii iloiilili' iviwui vv liy
no Mlirrs-nr will lit1 !liHiluti'il to -llmnl
tliiMiliji'i t ol'irniit' !inilslii'i1iarir I'uiiil
sillii'tliiii. 'I'u Slii'lilinril A Co.. n iliiinli
liiT :inil pfilttliijr ilmf i' Wnli1ntoii
city. hai' Inlli'ii nil tin tiili cuiitnict lor
lro ftlinjr jra-ll vliin. lor tin1 tulillr
.liiillilln tliiiiiij-liniit tlii' cnunlry. In
Wa-liinjiKin city, in New irlotiu. in
Clmliiiinll. in San I'miu'I-io, vvlii'ii'ViT
largi! inililic liullilliiff lia" lately Ihimi
I'liTtfii. Sliriili.ini 'o. Iiavi' liirn tin-
t'.ivorril llfin. Tlil lliroiij!li tin' liivor uf
.Mnlli'll. wIh 'll luiilciMooil dial ll
wonlil Im' ar-ritnlilc lo Prclilcnl (iraul.
I'lV-iill'lll (tlunt III'M'I' fjl"i ll.M'k on a
Irii'iiil I lie wonM'nt x hack on Mul
let, ulio lia' lu'i'ii tin' .-ii-rouiiiioilatin in
I rii i nt 1 1 1 ilimnjili lio' inoaiw lii- ii'i--
unit I'rlrnil, i'.-(!iiv. lii'ilianl, been
iillownl lo tloiulli llki- ii 'Ti'i-n liay trix:
.ma n.itiAi.r.A uo, in u'osrox.
Till' Hlirllli;ton iVi'lllliilll) I'rtt
toll- a lory wlili-li on-lii lo lint which
won't I'onxiiH')' ki'itlr:il 'ion that
tlicti' U -oini'lliln "in" Silrltiiall-in.
'I'liri-i' an' no rojir.., nor knot, nor i-ahl
Mi-t, ttiirtl.uk rixuii-i .-mil Mack ciiWl
ilhe IJullitfut.
K mil I hi; Miillcr on i:cr.v 1'ntf.
iI-OIIWllt III '' l"'-'t'' " Ml"'l't
ircki'i-.v ol mi.v "orl. I In' "tory pov Uit
way: A innlly from ilu- I'oinilrv
mot i ll Into a new lioll-c in Itn-lmi. Tin'
rlillilri'ii ilayln' In 1 1 1- -ticrt or nuiM.'i-y,
told tlidr jiari'iit-ifn hoy who conm to
lilay Willi thiiii. When told by
tin' iiaii'iitx to lako lihn to thi'in
on lilt ni'xl )'U. ihry slid Ihov
oiild not, "hi' wriit ilht away."
lin y wui-i' thru ilhwti'il to call tln lr
iari'iit whi'li hi' next :iim.':i'ciI unions
thrill. This they tliil. but when the
rent'! went. In had "jroni' awny" sixain.
That day Ihc I'hlliln'u told their ierili:.rd
liareut that Hie boy, who-c name thev
Kim', bail told tlieiii that on a certain (lav
hw iiarcnls wcrc.ffoln to Kiiroic mid
ai' Hie umiii' ot the ccl thev would
i-all In IroinNi'W Vork. The latherot'tlie
chlldi-en. who had hi curiosity m-oiied
went to New Vork. round Ihu names on
tin! ftcaiuer ll-t, mid on tin- ilayof snlllu
-oiijibi out tin.' ier-on, and. ilecilbliii'
lb" inyMerloiis boy, a-ked If they wetv
ivlateil to Iiiiii. lie wa-iiniwcrcd with
much cuiollou. that thev had Indeed had
-neb a boy, but that be ua dead. Hen
I- a ca-e ofniatcilallallon w hich ihrow
tho .Mull- mid Hie IMilv-lulu the i-lmdi
o where out of llo-ion could iieh
incident occur.
JOHN II. ODERIjY, Editor.
.Hmk- Kl -iKI.
luK'ion to l!il--l:i,
l.uw I, l.l. deellue- till'
J 1 1 n riniiorcd in Vahln;;ton that
Torney will Im- the ncxtouc toilccllne Ihc
lill'-lall mi lull. It U Celt that he lieeiN
coaxhi''ir be U not to be lo-l ciillrely lo
the aihnliihtratiou.
Mr. (I. for IVi'ddrnt ofjlic Senale; mid
ve supnon hhn hi'i-amo. while bellcvlnjr
hhn to I km coiniR'tcnL mid lionurd. wo
think hi election would cnn'olldatr the
oiioltlon )ieoplo or .Siullicrii llllnol
Into one parly dc?lroii of the ilnwulall
or ItmllcnlUtu. We never pretended to
upport Mr. (Ion1! we do not pretend to
Mipporl Mr. (ihu-'l'iinl. We openly op
posed Mr. (lore, wo shall a openly 'up-
port Mr. (!l.'ifiii'd,
mi: .tiiM.MJ iTi:nxs oi' i'i:x-
.SYl.VAM.i.
Halt's hi the mining rojfloin of lVnu-
ylvanta hit Iii ii bad condition. The
nihil"' In the l.ackawana mid Wyoming
regions are many of tliciu not worked nt
all and the balance running on partial
lime. Klght thounind tucii, the inot ol
them with wives mid children, arc out ot
work. This, lo the miner-, means out or
bread. Hungry iiicii mi' rccklc-s. loot
ing mid inuiiler me ol' dally occurivucc.
Men nrc beaten to death and mutilated
afterwards, and hi u place called I'lca-ant
Valley, one man win cruclllcil. On the
JJth ln-1. twenty-live Italian inlner.
ou one lde mid seven ty-tlve
Americans on the other, had mi "engage
ment" In Westmoreland county. I'lrlug
lalcil for three-iUarters nfmi hour, when
the Italian- ill-iilaycd a white Hag. They
had lour men killed and u number m
llell. Xo .Vlllellcillll HI'HI
Inn i.' .tis'oimliof Hie altiilr aie meagre,
but It I- probable that llm llnllau mlucrs
were willing to work for what they could
ct i-.itlicrthau starve, and that the"elll-
.ens wen) striking miner-.
The New York nnWicorre-pouilcnt
lvc a grahple plcliuv of what the. near
ruliiru will ccrlalnly dcvelope In the region-
named hi lYiiu-ylvimla :
"There I-no 'h'l'hl that Ihl-cntlre re
gion I on the verge of ariot unlike miv
(hat thf country ha- ccr seen beliiicaiiil
ariot that only the entire country -hall
fore-lull. Though theaw I'ul moment ha
unt yet arrived. It will -urely coiiie,whcu
i crv of agony, brought about by tin
raUug- of hunger, will go up from 1 1 1 1 -
region for bread, anil, If thai cry U uu
iii-wercil.MKM) hiimaii souls, with their
-hivcriug wives and children behind lliclr
h.ick-i to urge them on, will ele tin
knife, Ihc pi-tol, or the bludgeon, to tlud
thai fiiiiil lu ilellanci; of civil law, and at
the sacrillce of human life. This I no I
lnc liable; It imi-t romc; thl- va-t com.
miiulty cmiiiot survive the whiter with
mil aid. The fact Is already made iiianl
let by the a units, murder.-, and cruel-
llxlolis that have already occurred,''
HII.I.IM'.ltV.
jit Ni' sroiti:.
MiLLIM&RY
HEW
wiiiv3ifl m
H1UW1U W
USTAULISHCU 1800.
Mrs. M. Swander
A NSOt N U- tlmt slic lull Jim It-ciMiH
jL. I.irnr !itrlinvot t
FALL AND WINTER
MILLINERY
GOODS-
(ii:.v. Ill, tin ha- relumed to M. I.oul-
hi uuhiinroM'il iicallb. Ills phy.-iciaiis
forbid Hie l-ll- of even his Intimate
friend-, from which It would m that
hi- condition I- not hopeful.
Tin: Shawucetown ti:ellc ha-been
enlarged lately and I- now a uclblllled
mid wclMirinteil ciiibt imue paper. .Mor
gan give- (lie people ol Callntlu county a
goml paper, mid ought to be patroiil.cd.
pot-olllce lie
eliding .Iiuiii.'SU.
The cxpendi
The c-tluialcil
Tin: reieniie.- of the
paitmcnt fur (lie year
1ST I, were SJI,."!ni,.'iiW.
Illiv- were 5StM'.NI.III.
I'Xpcnilltiire.s for the year ending. Inne
IK), 1S7.1, are s:lil.!nil,U M. The catlnialcd
ivvenues ari'.'?-'.i,1 ISI.l. Thl- will leave
II llelleieney Of7.fil"',.,".''.
'I'm: loriiado at and In the vleiuliyof
Tll-i'ilinbia was nilich liiore di-lnic(le
than U was at llr-t reported or known lo
Ib', The number of lives lo-t i mil c-
than si My, l.ill'a inlllloii dollar- worlb
..I'ironTfr 7i ii'rri'i, iirnrly ititc
biillillug In (lie place u.i- Injured iiiiuimh
le , and upward-of four liiiinhed per
sons are liomcle and dej,tUiiie.
Tliv. V.niuern' of Virginia waul mini
money and believe that an llicrea-e ol tbc
circulation would give II to Ibem. .VI
Die lale tanner-' council of that -talc a
tt'.-olutioii va- adojitcdilcclarhiglliat Ihc
:iai,(Kj(i,(KK of ciinvncy should ! n il nil
ami SIOO.OOO.lKiiior greenback- ne snb-H-tilled,
and one nl-o in faorof a couvcrli
bli bond a't:i (XT cent lnteret.'J'he preof
JMchmond ciidor-eil the-e ii'ii'liillun-.
Which hif in.iifu' In -ill In llic liiilic of ' nlro
ni niiiTs in -uu inc nines -nc i . u i i i
M'Gee's Old Stand,
On South SIdo EtKlith Strr ot, between
tho Avenue.
Wlicie -lie In piiiuticit ul nit times to sell
HATS, BONNETS, RIBBONS,
TRIMMINGS, NOTIONS, &c.
lrslie .iffi'ra hlvll.h fit I. r..ll H.tA. fti.i.l.
lit I lIllllllllIK-, I. hulchllll l'i k. I-nli.l IKH-iiimI
ill llir lllltvi ,-11111111'-. ill iipiliv- ..imii.liii I
riiriilli'r ,nr-..n-. I 'Ihu tallied HIV llll'llHl lo
lull plio see fur tlii'lllMitl'H.
Ill
TIU'i: AMI SIU'.MI,
The ( 'alro (tit-.tttr -a s ;
in our cMiiiaiions, m .-iianing our put
po-e-ailil policies, e -lioiilil ten ibe
that tin; lieinoeralii' partv of to-dav 1
not wholly the I icmi.i nille partv of ISCU
or IMII. We .-boulil al-o understand the
fact, that the Iceeut political I'cvolutliin
wa-noi ticmevcil -oiciv liv Ilciuoerallc
vote- taken lu a -tricl parly'-cnn'. but by
a liiiiu iiu oi me jieopie oi an par
tie- who Hail grown weary with the bur
llell- Of IllMlttllM. Iltnl llll-.r,it .. flllllllllt
b.urdcii-llial bail I'liliiilnaH'il in Ibe Im
povcri-linieiil ol Ibe .smith and tin
-iienee oi many liuuilied miles in ,
.Miri n ami l.a-l.
In this paragraph, 77.. (in-.ttle tell- a
truth which -hoiild be itcr.ilcil and n.'-it-crated
into the ears ol Democrat- every
where. They will remember ll to their
advantage, and forget it lo their dl-eom-lllilie.
The folly of claiming the late vic
tory over l.'aillcall-m a- pure! u Demo
ocratle one. If It I- hl'I-lcd on, w ill not be
fully ilcinon-lralcd until ll will be loo late
to repair ll. It I- the patty oppo-ed lo
li'adiculi-m which de-Ire- lo reduce taxa
tion, lo correct i lie iiii-govci'iiiuciit ofthc
parly lu power, lo icumve llie burilcu-
which have hnpiivcri-hcil ibe Soutli and
ive to trade and comuierci!
in the Norlli an liniielu- which
will aroii-e the bu-y liiim of ll- now
-llcut uilll-audiiiauuf.iclorle.. Tli.-tbe
parly ol'lhe people, tunny ol wboiu.llicd
o ibe niauncr lu w liicb inhll i."
liecii ciiudlH'leil. voleil Viilll Ibe llcllioe-
rai'i. for uhuii Ibcv bad no inc. a- the
lia-l ol'tuoeill-. 'I'ld-cl.i con-llllllcd
Ibe wrcngth ol ibe I. lot inn- parly at
Ibe poll-, ll I- the balance of power lu
the country . and can he retained hv the
lieiuocriiey. or the Opposition miller, or
itihen back Into the rank- of l!adleallui
Jll-t tl the llemocri.ev -hall clccl. Till'
pulley of -tuliliiii'iily elaluilng It as a
body of Deinuei-.ilie rcci'iilin l the drh-
llig-back polity ; ll . al-o the policy ol- a
narrow parll-au-lilp, and not tho w'lsilom
ol a broad and liberal palrloll-in.
bad
wuoi.r.sAi.r. jitori:iis.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wholesale Grocers
- ml
Commission Merchants
AGENTS AMERICAN POWDEH CO.
57 Ohio Lovoo.
Wr fxteii'V oir lienitfi'll -yinpaVliy to
theuuUaiipy islltor of Ibe V.rri'uii Hun,
Toor lavs'. lie made an iiufortmiate
remark one day lal wis'k about one ,if
III coul ribiitorH, coiifouuded her with
I in; spicy ,Mr. S. .1. S., wlm-c Icticrs up.
warln tho Cr.eltr, ji ni I that lady I-af
tcr him Willi a. -lick thai ui.iv well Ik
i-alliil sharji. We Inlcml o Jcain wi.ilnm
I rum l)avi-'t'.xHrlciicoauil kiip our nil
tori id head clear of that -tinging baton.
Hum lliilli'l lilrls lire 4'lioscll.
IX'eH Voik sun, Noi 17.J
In the green room of the grand opera
1... I III , .VI...1 ,-...l,....l..,. .,,,.,...1,...
Ilir.,-. ,v..r "n'"n 1,--,,.,..,, Illllllllll;.
cated on the l imit s and -ofas and leaning
agaui-l llie wans, were over imj lieautlllil
girl-. An ailvcrli-cniciii in ve-tenlav ;
.s'mm for '"Jim inoro coiucly young niaid
ens lor the new 'Black rook''
called thl- a--clilhlagi' together brl:
and early, each would-be fairy Imping
lor n liicraiive -union lu llie liueoi iieaulv
A-they tiled pa-l llie maiiager oui; bv
one. each had -oiue -pedal ipialillcatioii
line nail in ei i on llie ,-tage lu Allilu '
tlieater. ami would lil,e lo go on
again, if she could gel a place hi the front
line, "inn you miow mat I couiiiu t al
lord to take a back -cat not inc. An
olhcr would "take a hand," -he -aid, "If
-lie coiilil gel enough lo pay lo keen In
little -i-lcr." A faded little old unman
III a -nit of faded black, hobbled up lo Ihu
winnow mm neggeii or a place in one of
the back row-. A fancy llttlciulnx vvllh
a lla-hy red -calf "wa all llicrc alt ibeie
wasoflier- tl they wanted herlhcy could
have her." And they did want fier, for
-lie was bcauillul. .Next a letter of rcc
ouieiidathiu irom a Sail rruncl-cotrouiK'.
was ral-ed up to the window by a mile of
a body, with a jaunty para-ol iiii her arm
and a -alcliel in her baud. A pretty
ml ol' thhlcen, neally dre ed, with ii
pink lu each check, wa- tenderly taken
Into till' olllce, where -he might lint be
jo-tied by the crowd. Then tollowcd a
a doen or -o of llie "fair to middling,"
one or two "cMin -iipcrliue." and a long
lile of the commonplace.-, Ihc a-tllle
manager, meanwhile taking Id- choice
and uitikiug Id--elcctlnn- with the -kill
of an old -lager.
At last the grceii-ronin wa- emptv
-Hie -ylph- haa ill-apnearcd anil the
manager -at in hi- I'm iil-licd olllce to en
joy a good cigar.
"iiovv inn you niaiiiige to coliee'
inanv girl-win. "' -i:'"r
ji,k.'i porter.
"(III. that wa-ca-lly done," replied the
manager. "Four Hues in thl- uioruiiig'
.s'fi did ll. I have answered 12(1 aiinll-
caul a little over one hundred applicant-
for each line of advcrtilug. I
would have been glad lo give them all
work, but too many would crowd the
dii'--llig-looni-."
"Tlu-e gills, of conr-e, are only for
show. Where do you llnil your mli-t-who
do the sluglug and the dancing';''
"Wr made special coutracls wllh lllein.
."-nine of the best operatic talent lu
America will be nre-culed in Hie new
"lllack Crook." I'o ti rood dancer wr
pay $!k"i a week. The singers gel more.
I'o ihe-e ghl- who have not been on the
-luge wc pay $10 a week.
II A Thorn- I, 11. Tim ii.
THOMS & BROTHER,
(Sum-Mil-1" II M Ibileti.)
Commission Merchants
33H.OKEIIS
Ami iliMli-rs in
STAPLE AND FANCY
GROCERIES,
Foreign and Dotneatlc FrulU and Nutv
184 COMMKKCIAL AVENUE,
WILLIAMSON,
G. D.
Wholesale Grocer
lie.ilir In
BOAT STORES,
AMI
Commission Merchant,
No. 70 OHIO LEVEE.
QI'KI I I. ;it 1. 1 t loll Kiien tiii'iiiiIKIiliienU ami
D lllllnx eel. ra
iiiiisi; i'ai.vi i:it.
J. H. ABLE,
-(ent'iiil -
Bouse Fainter
- VN'I
PAPER HANGER.
CORNER TENTH STREET AND
WASHINGTON AV.
Is iiei.unt toiloull kliel- nf lliin-e I'aiutiiiK,
Italsiiininiii); nr Wliileum-luiiK elllii r In Ihf
ellv or suiioiiiiiIIiik eoiililn nl ii-.i-im.il.il iirl-(-
VII inileiit will niene iiiiinn.' """ I"'1"
tiiiml at Kill 1 1 hi (nil nml
nr..
" I'l ltl'dSlll, '. AMI
ti:.mi;i."
The doliu-ou county .iii7 .-ay-:
Dbellv. Hie reformer who lilli'ilo-eli
It'll Mr. lime'- name oil' the elect tin
lieUetK, in AlcMUiilcr county, tluii. secur-
m - ,ii i ,,ii uie ihu iioiiii-iiio i vine, oils
TAt.i.i.vitAMi once dclineil language si
(i mean- in concealing thought. The si.
I.onl- diM'tors and nevv-papur give It
ii iilii'eicnt ineaiilng they u-u H as a
uicaniwif concealing the li ulb. Nlncly
Ivvooriliconehunthfd and lllly tlcath,
Which isccurcil hi ibat city lu-t week are
H'l down In llir mortuary' report n hav
ing Ims'ii nuiMil hy rn'riofu. When wc
read (hat lu tjiuuby's lhnnsrut vve be
"iiuie iilanncd. What new mill terrible
illn-a-c bad Im-cii ilevclojd inlhcthimc
great chy with trembling hand- we
grasKil our copy of Wcb-lci V I ' nabrldg-
iilmid lnanxlotuH:iUirbatlon.o light (he
wonl ivin'i. It i- iher,., and It meun
ciimll-pox. That I., St. I.oui, had Ivvcn-ly-lvvo
fatal cu-is of miall-pox a-t week.
We make a note of till- lor the beueilt of
our authorities. Wo do not want mtv
rvi io'a hi Cairo this vv htcr. Wc waul lo
iliiilerlaki'ii to ingratiate lihu-clf Into tin
gootl graces of the farnicrn bv thn pie
leiitlcil uinwiit of Mr. lila-iford for
l.icllleuaill liovcriior. We uilvl-e ffclia
lord, to not coulide ton liirgclv hi Ihc
lncciiiy of hi-new found chaiupion, or
he may liud hi-name Icll oil' the ticket at
'hehiial i ueni. (ibeilv. llknolhcrsiid-
den com fit- lo refoi ni. will hear watch
ing. "I'ui'l ly letl Mr, (lore's name oil
H leclloii ticket- lu Alexander
coiuilylr" What doc- Tli' .uiiriml mean?
We printed Hie Hekcl., lor till- cilllllly
upon the order of the I cmncrutlc-l.th-end
committee. That couuulttcti pur-po-ely
Icll Mr.tinro'siianicoll'lliollekct.
It'll bad hid-tcd upon putting hi- name
on, wc would have objected, Wc were
mil hi favor of llie cleclinn of Mr. Core.
We weie fur Mr. Carroll, lu Hie Demo-cratlc-l.lberal
Malt; convention we advo
cate the iiiimhialloii of Mr. (lore,
but when Hie convention cccicd
Mr. i.'arroll, uii'honc-t and gootl man, we
were hi hiiiior hound to -uppmt him ami
did mi cheerfully. Wo delicti Mr. Cur.
roll's eliH'ilou. and a-a matter of couic
the defeat of both Mr. (iore nml Mr.
I'ldgcwiiy,
"rrclendcd Nippon of Mr. (ila.-ford
for l.li'Hli'ii:inl.( iiMct iMir V" Why pie.
leii'l'ld ? Xo jM'r-on asked n, n ,uppoit
Hi-el lllirle's I'ersoliiil .iieiii'anci'.
A lady corre-poiiilent in Wa-hlnglou
skelebes llrcl llailc lullie-cliue-; .Stroll
lug through the lobby at WllllardV vc.s
Icrilay inornlng.Just alter Ibe lireakVa-l
hour, I saw leaning against the clerk'-ile-k,
a trim, well-dre-i-cil, oltl.yoiuig
man. Ill- hat wa- off, ami miilil Hid
lock- of curling lilack hair that lav heav
ily ina-ed over a Mpiaic and high fore.
neaii, tun-ail- ol gray showed themselves.
Ills eye, were heavy. Their lid- were
icildeuctl by that peculiar dull crhu-ou
color mat I- produced hv long and iu-
icii-i! application over llie writing or
muling ilc-k, but from beneath lliclr
long la-hes there shone out a genial lli'bt
that betokened a fund "of
piaint mid drv humor. As
hi- stood lii-re uiiiiclialenl, lalkhl"' to
u il lend, ho ran. now and then, hi-land
tiiroiigh his hair, us Hioiigli ihc head he
licon iiecucti caressing, or t,i,ugh
some illitlng aclic wanicd him that lie
bad a bralu, and that It had been over
taxed, I looked carcl'ullv al Hie ftuv.
Its Icaliirc- wvit; all regular and well
modeled. llie uo-o carclhllv, even
Ihicly till, ( hecks not too htgb, and
still retaining the remnants of Hie bronc
that the slimmer bad put there. The
mouth, kindly in exprcs-lon, delicately
lipped and mobile a inoulli mailt) for
sniilcs and lor -mllc-prnduclnir. The
inou-iaclie heavy enough to shade tho
lip- and t hoop gracefully over the
rt.iini cd chin bch.w. Tho chin deeply
tilttcil by the cruel marks of small pov.
ml -till sti -inooilieil by Hie hand iifthni)
that carcl ll hu-pceiloi, only doleeiud the
delect. 'I he eyes of that delicate hlllL'
gray hue. so cxpivs-lvc ofpatlio., so ten
'."'' Hint they seemed to look straight out
Irom Hit; lender heart that owns them."
VAItll'.TV MOHi:.
New-York Store
WHOLESALE AND IlETAIL.
Largest
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Closo.
Comer ICth St. anil Commercial Av.
CAIltO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
-Hot JMiroyntottfit tin) Dolliioiiicii.
Tlio be-l o) .tern nt llm Deliaoiilco Itex
tnur.nil. .J0T .j..,0.tli
iioA'i'sroi(i:s.
SAM WILSON,
lll.AI.III IS
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &o.
No. 110
Oliio "Cjovoo.
I'lIK .MASON ,t IIA.MI.IN
ORGAN COMPANY
WlNNKIiMifllnec liheu mnl.il iiml i.
o. ,.ia I X"m "r 1""1"') " Vli'iinu, lfl!l, iiml
I ails, in,7, now nilirllie lllunl UMurlliienl if
llm U'-l e.it,ln,- fjWi In the ,nri, Int'lliillin
"J iIi? i r"1' "v,l,t lliiirtivelllilitlliil only
!'. fi, ,.5 m liinneily, lull nlo tin
liev , pi i n i, iHiyii,, uttf, ilininiisl l'.iviimMe
u.'wi,, i'"''.1 -tllt-.t Willi irllll-Ke III
. J. i ii u i h J: I', V.1: r" " " ,,ml iiniiiiw. wiui fun
imilibuinra, wn r.n reiieHl. AiMiv
MASON & HAMLIN OROAN CO,,
' ion, Nvvv VolU in (lilcujfii
lUllli
CAIRO CITY CONFECTIONERY
PHlLr'H. SAUP, Proprietor.
Cnniur Eighth St. and Wiinltjntini Avo.
TIASNOWTlIlirjAltOEST STOCK OF CON I'liCTIONU IN EO TT,
and ra HiiLi.iNO ao run cunt, lowbu than anv
tl
HOUSE IN Tim Tit AD13. '
C1M THIS' Do mil lull nM I'liiilio. Ill u li.tte I-i n 1 , .l tr llie -iininii r Ail fin -Ule Al-o
J iirliitiiiil urlilil I. veit lm miilil Iii colli. mi " I m l, ni r uniices uier nu
,,.iluil- I In' I I t I- llie lillb i.iee III -ulllli'lll III is v hi v 1 1 ill I .III )(e a eoillill'l. tt--.it t
tin nl
Fresh Baltimore Oysters Received Daily
rUH SALE AT WIILOLESALK OH IlETAIL.
DKALEIl IN
MEN'S AND BOY'S
CLOTHING
FURNISHING- GOODS, MOIIOCCO IJAGS, &C,
Is now prepared to show one of the most su
purb stocks ever offered in this comin unity.
He will not be undersold.
g
; i
SILK HATS A SPECIALTY!
Gentlemen desiring hats of a precise fit
can have the measure of their heads take to a
hair, and their head gear made to order in tho
latest fashion and finest style.
79 OHIO LEEVE, CAIRO, ILLS.
PLANTERS'
HOTEL
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
54 OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
This house contains 35 good rooms.
Travelers will always find the best accommo
dations.
A trusty watch for trains and boats day and
I night.
Delmonico
HOTEL and RESTAURANT
Corner Ohio Levee and Sixth Street,
CAIRO, ILLS.
- - -
HARRY WALKBE, Proprietor.
OPHN DAY AND NIGHT. MEALS AT ALL IIOUKS.
T. E. SULLIVAN,
XiaVXj3SXl X3NT
GAIRO, ILLINOIS
Pure Drugrs
MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, &c.
ALSO, A FULL LINE OF
TOILET GOODS,
152 Conuuoroiiil Avonuo, botweon Ninth anil Tenth Stroots,
Cairo, Illinois.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
V linvo voplonisliod our .!ol Printing Ollico with
DUiny fonts of new type and liavo order.? out for other
fonts of the latest popular styles. Wo aro determined
to establish tho reputation of our olllce for lirst-elass
work, and make our priees so low thai the most onllm
siastii! patrons of foreign cities will bo compelled to ad
mit that wo do work at lower prices than any oilier of
fice in the country. Wr. Oberly, admitted to be one of
tho best practical job printorj West and South, has
assumed personal supervision of tho job printing do
partinent, and will ondeavor to giye satisfaction' to our
many patrons.

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