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BY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 12, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
And AcnU of
SILT COM PA If IE 8
HcrruMMor Atita Co.,
General Commission Merchant
So. 13.1, Oiil Levt-r,
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VUI I II MILIUM lYICI Llldllld j
1U& Ohio Lovee, JA 1K0, 1 M.l NOIM.
If)il llntlon (Itr n to th .urchi nd
j.VO. H. PHII.L.IN,
9uroilo I'Btk't I'hllli..
An,! Dilr la
Heal, Uajr, r, Otua,
CorJOtht. 56 Ohio Levee
KRPBKSKNTINaTlir. FuLLOWINO LIS
Memphis & St. Louis Packet Co.,
Comrrmr Itif followin flfl.fl, I'.nrf
lit lie Xeaiphh,
City of Cheater,
Belle St. Lom,
Vicksburg Mail Line
City of Alton,
city or yicmbHri;,
City of Cairo.
St. Louis & New Orleans
Olive Branch, Thompson Druti,
Mollie Able, l'autlne Carroll,
tJreat Kepuhllc, Itlchiuoud,
Will Leata on
Tuesdays, Thundaj, Saturday a and
Will Leave on
TTfdnesalftyii, Fridays aud Sunday.
C'limcdiiiu with the Mobile and Ohio Hailrntd
lit OolumUi, Na.lifillo and Nurlliaestcrn Hall
ril at lllekmani with tlio Mumphia and Char
leston, Mlaaiaaipiil and Tennoaawt and Mtniphl
and Uml.Tlllo Kaliroad at Mf iiinhlt, aad with the
(St. t'ranctr, Whit, and Arkankua rl.er packtls at
the tama place, Ti.e
TS'lllrmkaeonnecllona. alw, with lit Arkaoaaa
river pwVtl at Napoleons with Southern IUI1
read and latoo river nod New Orleans paokala at
New Orleans Ptu'ketH,
Maklna all y UDdlaga, dtpart trl.woekly.
Obp of th Abore Strnmera will
Connecting there with all tha Uallroarta runnln
nut of St. Louia, and with the Miaouri rival- an.l
Upper Mlaaiaaippl packet.
OHA. H. KTIVE. Tlcktt AgeH
it J. M. PhlUljM Mawwotk wkturfbt
Whara IbrauahMiketa may bo procured for all
polala East, West, North and South, reached by
theiibove llatsor tlirougb connectioo made by
Oaneial Ticket Agent, Hi. Loud, Mo.
TICKETS FOR SALE
Hiaflnrd, Mrrl 4 CM. AM
France Htands tsvtiay in a ileplora
hie condition Gripped of military
prsntige and helpless before a trium
phant enemy, with her pride humbled,
her renonrcc.i exhausted and her people
auflcring for want, victims of insatiate
war. In all Christendom in nil en
lightened countries of whatever religion
yBaaj4kjf, aa ifcaB aa"aHakla, Jsla
has anruriL' Mnntaneotilv. und in taki'mr
the Miaiic of Mibsfnutinl aid. In oitr
own country, haying the appeal on the
sacred iinuii! nfuharitv. n committee np-
punted by the i.'hamberol t ominerco
of the city of Now York, ask for con-
tribution, of money and i-uppliw. k.
mat wio inu!ue iniiorv 01 which me
Frcnch people arc the victim may Ij
This appeal is timely, and .hoiild bo
auawered promptly. Organizations for
the jiurpn-fl should he immediately
completed in every.city of thu wMiid'ry. j
There should ho no delay, for In; will
give twice who give quickly. Conid
emtiutii a to the merit of tho war
should have nothing to do with thin
matter. There arc the tropic of
ranee women and children, is well
men-helple., foodie,, yuHuruiir. j
an,l wtl0 0n hesitate to repond to tho
appeal for charity ' No American ; and
wc hoj America'h contribution may be
larger, and more munificent, than that
of any other country in the world.
fraaa Nlgbkarlaff ewipatn.
Thia young city wauta more houre.
for itn incrcaning population.
The churches are not oeglectiMl in
Murphynboro. At a festival giveibr
the benefit of the Haptict, euough
money waa cleared to put their church
edifice into rhnpo for fx-upanoy.
We learn from Thr Aryu that Mr.
V. K. Albright, of Una city, iuUnda
making Murphycboro hi future home, j
Mr. Albright, "although u young uiau,
ixa lawyer of abilitv, and by strict 1
attention to bu.iues has made for him-M-lf
an enviable reputation as an able
and fafe adviher in all legal matter.
W wih hinifucccxs in his new home.
1'rof. .nd entertained the Annaites
f hi wonderful iierfornianefs last j
A mail dog di-turbod the fiuiet of
Anna lat week. Some half dozen
ahnta wero fired ut him and into him
before hu was killed.
Ttm rmit mnn ill tin filtm
town have formed an association called i
the Anna llortieulturul A"sociation,
I of which Prof. Sanborn is I'residoiit ;
y 4 M.ti.i. o ...... ! ii r-..t.
"' ,'. . .' . , . .. '
Treasurer. Tho society object i, tho ;
' . . i.i r i ...
ileiui Kiiowiotige as experience aim e-
pcrinient shall prnvo worthy of men-1
t ion .''
MAI.INK l Ot'Nl'V. '
The house of .Mr. (loorge W. Ilrown
at dalatia, with nil itn contents, was j
burned last Saturday night a week.
ni.la f.,r .leir!nf the lino of the
... c.T,..,M-fiits- it.vii.- 1
m. i.ui. in ...... ...
, . ,
in Saline county has been
for by Vice-President Castles
Tho litgittev says :
The Tobacco (season, at this place,
has opened and considerable already
been bought. Mr. .T. M. has estab
lished four bams in the country, nml
Messrs. lleynoldis & btricklin and .lr,
Robert Mick have liuulo ready theii
houses in town.
The enterprising people of Duqiioiii
are making effortis to secure (lie next
State fair. ,
Meeting have been held at Klunbeth
town in favor of aeouring aid to build a
railroad from that place to Kquality,
A TeuiperanceJ oouvoution will be
held on the 14th at Kquality. Excur
sion tratuH will run ou tho St. LouU
audS.E. llailway from Equality to
Shawneetown for the accomodation of
tbote in attendance. A number of
distinguished speakers are expeoted.
E.J). Yoitngblood, formerly of ITar-
riaburg kav reaioved to Shawncctown
aad becomea the partner of Wm. Hcna
lev. Evj., in the practice of Jaw.
A German and American church is
to be built at Golconda.
OB ANNA LETRB.
Tam Waalater SkUaf Waas 1H
awllaral Impttmm mm Wtfa
rMUrrhMkMa miaiili rM
Itary-! ladaafcliauai, Ww Jail, .,
To IU tXitor of the JtulUKn.
Anna, Feb. 11,. 1871.
Tata wMk-tiaM m IV? mm
.jaASS'Sat'aaajjap'i ' ww , aaaaa ,aaaaBa
one of extraordinary dullnc.." for our
usually wide nwako town.
has been pleaant enough, with plenty
i 0f -sunshine and spring-like dav, hut
, fh(, f(nU ,mi. W( llfutu.y ;)ckV.
. , , ,.,,.lt,.r(.tl .. allj wiicn ,M0
farmers' wagons conic over them, tho
mud -tick,- to thu wheels like poor rela
tions to n rich uncle. ('imminently wc
have few visitor from the rural districts
and their ah'cnec i-f n erinu. drawback
to buMM";-. Tho "root of all evil" is
,i.rilljBly earce in onrvnuntynt pre
out. At least it fail to circulate freely
through the usual cliannulsofcommerce,
and businc." i", hocmiiily, hibernating.
1an Davia i dehatkinir a ear load of
probably the fiftieth car load that he
ha brought from tho northern metrop
olis to thi.i market. The timber in most
of tho'o wagon grew in tho foreits of
Kgyfit. Immcnso quantities of wood
, Htiitable to a wagoumaker's uo nro ob
tained in our vicinity It i K'tit over
tho long Hue of the I. C 11. It., paying
a high rate of freight to Chicago, man
ufactured into wagons and returned
here for ale. Thus two heavy freights
are paid on the woodwork of wagons in
Kgypt and several profits aie made
upon them ere they reach the man who
"waits for the wagon." Our town pre
sent the bct inducement for un
Adit ICL'I.Tt'H A I. IMPLEMENT AND WAOON
ot auy towu in couinem iiuuois. o
are occasionally gratified and edified
by u rumor. frciicntly repeated of late,
hat a large establishment of this kiud
i about to ne .tnrteu in tne n roc k man
block. This is a large now brick build
ing, fifty bycixty feet, two Morio high,
ami was erected especially for the pur-ito-o
of a wagon factory. -Mr. Hroek-
man, its proprietor, died recently and a
C,icaR0 fi,,,, Iiro,lOs0 U) K-.vo the build-
jg a,i manufacture theiein. wagons,
every reiton to bclicvo
I that the
sot 'I'll t'.UN ILLINOIS PKNITKNTIAUV,
. , .,. .Ill I . 1 .1 . ? . 1 -
" "ulll wul "Pon u, ' ,!U"
U belonging to the A.sylum
better -itu eould bo obtained nml
advaiitau'es that would accrue to
fctatrt from tln location are obvious
Theio nro ldenty ot buildiii" nmterial.'
1 "uo "r I " ""'"'"p. ,i,arin"' ,
"i iuiiu. ,..um ... n-r. ine
(dimato is Kalubl'ioui nnd tho locnlilv
clitnato i halubnom
Mil. J. illlULIcit
ha taken the LivingMoii stand and has
opened :i large Muck of clothing, Ac.
Xo lm-incs house can remain idle in
Aim.t. I ho demand lor lupines j
hon". and dwelling huio) U greater I
chilli the supply
UentJiiru rmonntiiu- (
' tivo ami u capitalist would umko fifteen
nor cent, on tho iiive.-tmoiit if hu would
1 , ....
j put tip II tin.en or SO oi ucai rtutagrs
. in our town to lent.
the following item from tha
There s vet living a eouplu who havo
Inhabited Kgypt for over tlfty-onoyear
both husband and wife are halo nnd
hearty. Daniel Spence, tho gentleman re
ferred to, was born in Surry county, N. 0.,
in ITU I, living on tho Adkin river until
be migrated to Kontucky, from whence,
after marrying his present wife at Ku"el
vllle, in 18ll, ho came to this county, in
1820. lloha. hud Ulehildron ( lOor whtuu
nro now living), with 60 grand children,
and 41 great-grand children making 101
aa tho remit of his marriage. In 1816 he
was with Andrew .laokson, and aided in
achieving that glorious victory at uw
Orloam that ndded new lutroto American
ami. Mr. Speneo has been a consilient
member of tho Methodlit Kpiicopal
churcli for over fifty years, forty i f which
have boon (pent iu Qod'a service as an
ordainad tnlnia'.er. He ta of imall stature,
weighing perhaps 100 pounds; yet bs Ii
active, wiry, and of strong nervous torn
psrainent. Oould wo produno any tetter
Illustration of tho healthiness of our
Tho "plan and estimate" for U
XEW JAIL r f
to le built at Joneaboro, rmggft't M
modest little sum of S40,M)0 aa the an
ticipated coat. Kathcr au expewnive
anchor to purchase for a ainkingriiip--'
for it in intended merely aa an author,
to keep tin eowrt hesw from leaving the,
aneiaat city. That nMh'or will '..kaf
I will try to find , some
aaaaUr af hUrta relative to the condi
tion of mu cossaty ta eomaauicate to you
jt aaia an Krfltora,
Sop after CihofJuitlco Cha'o (tlioti a
AVhlg) niumod the gubcrnntorial ehnir in
Ohio, Jio ImucJ lil proclamation nppolnt
Ini; u tlmnkigivirig day, To inako uro
of liulnc orthudox, tho Kovcnor coinnoiod
his prochimntlon rf1mot czcluiivulv of
pnses from th'S III He, which liailid not
di:!gnnto at quoUttoni, presuming tlmt
every onu would rccognlzo them, und ml
mlro'tho wordi ns well n hli tntu in their
solectlon. Tho proclamation nicotn the
oven of n domocrutlc editor, he pouneol at
oiico upon It declared liu hud
read It before couldn't fay exactly wlicru
but he would take lilt oath that It wa
downright plagiarism from heginnlni: to
mid. That would Imvo been n pretty fair
Joke ; hut tho next day tho WIiIr editor
cnino out vallantlv In defence of the gov
ernor, pronounced the cliargu fule and
iibellou, nnd cliallcngel any man living
to produce onnlngle lino of tli'j procla
mation that over had appeared In print
befpr Oolumbut Stairanan.
A llrokrn Iilnl.
'Purl, (rrnpon'lf n" nf the N Vmk
It turn, out that the tscrceant Hoi)', tlii)
pet of Sehmitr, nnd Idol of I'arlv the man
ilecorutod with the Croti of the Lesion of
Honor for Miuslnatini: (tcrntnn tontlnch.
U aipyl. Kvery night Hoff uul logo
out, coining In tho morning with a nnmUu
rHKjiin, to report another M'titliiul killed.
Hut thin nice younj' man began to llvo
freely ho gavo lil mlitreis inveii
thouiand froncx at ono time, and at length
he whi put in the ordor of the day at tho
Idol of tho day. At Champlgny Uotl'
diiappoared, and th fsrao night nil mil
trci, with whom ho had quarreled, nia lo
lornu revulatlon. It wat prob.tbly owing
to her threat! thnt ho left. The infamout
act, unbecoming-a olJier, for which iroff
wai decorated, wai condemned by every
man who Lad ever put hU foot out of
MISS BRIGOS' ENEMY.
Mr. lerrv wus 1111 old bachelor, and Mlu
IIrtpj wmi'an olit lualj. It llreil In the
brick house on tho hill, and the lived in
thu cotU'u opposite, und thuy wire moral
enomiet. Ho ileiplied her becutuo the
kept a cimxry and two cat, ami alio hated
him for hi, nilectlou for u hugo mutltf and
a knock-kneed horte.
"Whvon earth tho man don't cut a do-
cent lior.o it more than I can Imagine 1
tho would fsy.
ho plodded up to the
he it too menu nnd
iloor. 'I bellevo he
mlierly to buy one.'
MU llrlcg would lmv.) Imnlly felt
pleated had thu known that .Mr.'l'erry
rbde backuiid forward on thWold wornoul
piece of horcfIeh merely for the purpose
Z?!!tU, but yet
keep up a perfect warfare by
maiineri and wrathful ulaneei.
rihe tut by thu hour buiieath tho canary
bird in tho window, with her . it perched
upon tho till and her kitten In her hniid
throwing ilunce nl'ii-orn to the oppodtu
tiiu where he, with t l'nr und iiuwnpuper,
nnd b-x)U a few Inchea higher than hU
hoad, receive 1 and pnid thiuo back with
' . HI. detested d
came uvur and ran
through her tnrdun, dcttroying all her
beuuliful tulips and hyacinth, and ahe
gavo him u hot bath widt h tent him howl
ins to hit matter, and when aid under
rouiou.trnted, sent word that Iie would
tri,:,t him wor-o next time.
Il(r lilt;,. , . , , . I, In en
. tul onb-
h , , , .P ,, , ,
thnt it ...roiid I'ff.'tieo uiiiils I
glvolier a comt'irtnlile pa.luroln llin Jioinl. a "iiott, i.iw vuli ", a litsnil ilre, alio
For two yc!irs they llvi-d and fought, i gether i n nest, trim und pivpoelng
und no one" could bring nlwllt peae-' be- j yotin.r d K-lor vho brings iimhine Into
tween them. It wu u pity, tb" r.eli;nK)rs j th ii'k-i-..nni.
nil aaid, for Ml llrlggs was a detr little ; . . . ;
soul, and there wa riot a ItoiT uisn in the I , ..nctMiKvi',;
.11 r. IVrrv.
".Illllit, my love, say .nr. ivrKiaa, I
nno afternoon as tho eilti'led t It c "V liar- i
lor, i m b1''k ''""j ' i'"'. '
want you tocomenown in inn ninjriiwu ,
to ten, and remain during the evening.
Kverv onu will bo there." '
'Will that old bachelor over tho way
bo there . , , i
'Mr. IVrry? Oh ye I "We couldn't
nloug without him. ' '
"Then that ttl'' the innlter, I thtm't I
"Now. Julia don't be eo foollth, il you 1
remain home, he will think th.tt you are
afraid of Hun.
Mits HrigtM thought tho matter over.
Well, It would look n little like it, and the
would not have bini think for tho
world tho conceited wretch!
Mrs. Perkins went homo, and it wm
arranged that Mils llrigcs was lo spent!
thn afternoon, and remain for the party.
Slio was a protly ilttlo woman, nii't u ,
wui always a puzzle to every ono why ho
nevor mirriod. Shu had n round,' rosy
face, cloar brown eyes, beautiful hair Mini a
sweet mouth, and although put thirty, I
thero wn not a Mmtrter wonmn in the
town. , ,
Klm atiwul 1.1'f.irn tbn flit framed mirror
In tho litllochiunbor, and fastened her laco
collar over the neck or her maroon rimirro
dress with a plain gold brooch, and began
to think sho looked very won. mto was
a bright healthy Hush upon her cheek,
und her oyes woro full of light and beauty.
Sho walked Into Mrs. Perkins' .Ittlug
room, and found that lady awaiting her
with a smiling face. She thought she must
be lu a very good humor, but said nothing,
allowing tho good lady to smile as long
and as pleasantly as sua wished.
Sho understood It all when supper tlmo
came, and Mrs. Perkins entered, followed
by Mr. Parry. ThUwaaawell laid plan
tobtake tha two becemn friend.
XUwlfritt kit her lip;' and lavardly
owed tbat nothing thonld tempt het to
Sfn that aaan" her hand In frlendihlp.
lehitatl Mm. . t'.V
L ltilwas nUeel dlrectl? ontrotlte her at
the table, nml many-tiMe wu forceit to
paaa.ttw fHcit .caaes anu prierve, ami
MW'ilii aeeentasa tlKa.-4Uioui:li tho
eelaFoil.toMrf. Parkin, atfar;aupiRT that
tbfy seariy clMkad bcr-
Bfore - vnifr they loth wore
MMuadad ta ovnluclc'tbe bora and cow
difficulty. and'M M); na--MU Uripg
wasfrlglftAi!, Wlieri' skaf found heriolf
lalaing 10 aim wiia aaa-anapieascni mm
lliarlty. Tho party waa a tueceii, and althoueh
tho iporla woraanernlly monopolized by
tho voungor portion, thoy found roiai for.
tho 'old maid and her enemy, nndWretal
times alio found harmtf dolnjy the mot
rfflfeotwtrilng In the way of pnylng for
feit". At tlw end of tho overling Hi' lirlgg
was at tho doir rrndr to depirt, when
"MIm Hrlggi, 1 a'm going right up youj
'ftv. Will you ride ?''
W ould ih' rld', nnd behind that old
horse and b'lldo that dotrxtahlo man 1
he wnj wondering whether iio would or
not, wneii .Mr--. I'erkins came anil triiim-
phntitly ll her out, nnd packet her into
It wai n dark n Ditch, and they had to
let tho horio r.o his own wav, and rind it
the U'U h't eould. Hoc d very well until
ho reached the cot'ago and then he was be
wildered. .Mr. 1'trrv iruko. Jerked the reln, but
to no purpose. He then took out the whip.
Wh-ttier his natural dislike of the article
or the memories of the indignities he had
tillered from the handi of thu owner of
tho cuttaee overcame him. it is hard to de
cide, but at all event ho kicked up his
heeii, ran 11 li w rods and fell, overturning
the bucy and its preclou content.
MM llrig m wm up in n moment, un
harmed, but Mr Perry waiatillontasthe
grave. .She r.in iliouting through the dark
net, until Mr. Perry's 'help' came out to
her niiiitance They found tho man htlf
dead bonenth tho carriage, and whilo Dun
was id work, Hrlggs ran homo for
her rervant. After much hard labor they
succeeded in extricating him from the
wreck: but bo wus tno1ei', and thoy
bore him home nnd fill for the village
doctor. Uin examination they found
hi leg to bo broken, and thui MM Rrlggs'
onomv wm ut her merer.
Thodayiand week that folio wej were I
dreadful one to the poor 11 lie re r, hut I
MI,s Ilriggs novcr left him. Day and I
night the itood betldo him, and her little
dIjuip hnndnlml i'.orcd to over want.'
Hu forgcttlio e w and hit turnips. Hl
forgot tho cats und cnury. Ho only ;w '
a ilttlo patie.nt woman, wltli : pretty
roy race, trim Uiruro anu tender nana'
and would you bellevo Itf lie loll in
love with her I
How could ho help It? She had nit hv
Mm through ihmlang wary day. ofjialn.
ho had brought him preserves, her wine
and nice invigorating cordials; ho 1ml
made him bianco mange and dcllcute
cuitards, and in all probability saved hli
What could ho do Nothing but fall
'Mix Ilrli'sl' he satd ono day, when ho
wit ablu to lt up.
Well, Mr. Verryl'
'You havo been very good to me, and I
feol as though I owed yon a great deal,'
There, now, stop right where you are.
You owe mo nothing. '
"Hut would vou mind if I trespassed a
t ilttlo runner on your good nature '
".Not nl nil.
"Well, .Miss KrigK, will you t iko me in
churne for tb reit of my natural llfo?''
Will . vmi marry mo? There !
.MM llricus blushed, and her an.wor
c.itnu thus ;
"1 will urirry you." I
There wus weildiug n fw w.'sika Inter, I
and Mr- I'erkins prepared thu lding
Mr. and Mr. l'rry live In the brick
house, and theeottusef rcnti'd to young
man and his wife to whom Mr. I'erry
hwiueathed her eat and canary.
Tho matlil'nnd kno-fc.kiir.sd old hor-o
nn with tlmlr fore-fathers.
hrMUs (Sarritt th- li r.ittie. . sloidl
miliiritv a. mumlwr of (hu Lond-'li .ehool
bn.ird. I 'i it '21 or t!" ver old! i about
the uii'l'lii' heik-lit : hn u cr.ie.'ful tijrurr,
jj (, , j
( r : t
.iia:q!' i:h vii:
,. Ic:i -1 aioi 'iir.''i i
r'nr Monthly Kvcnlng, Full. (I, 1S71S
,., ix ... A
r,eivel)''! will 'hi j'lil toitti by llm liingeri
in -Kiider Hi"' .i'1 n'lu nio.t eiiteriiiiunK euil
'reeher.'l.e'etlor nf I lie Und nver held in Ineuity.
J in, II-I
T i'lfill.aj.VU.UO.NK' UM.Ii
Sntiiitltiy llw., Ftli. lUih, 1H71
ll'ill be perfof i"'l BneUIrN nrrnX pl.iy en
3Inrrins;o of llolisoliiml
' NKW Aoroua,
. . , .NEW ai:iu:ijv.h,
AitmUslati,. .'......-'S.'J crilla
peoples' mi mm
CHAN. tiAYUIt .V- CO., Prop'ra.,
Keopeonatanllyonhaud tho uJftVr,:l
Mu.ier. . yea-. W IV!'. 'Xt &
r resn wnuo taru in any iiuau - -
'orfin oiua promptly aad sstlafaetlon -ranted.
CAAKO AND XASnVILLK
Th follnwlna .un,r, Cairo
nn lh ity .0.1 H , l,or, Mn.himnl
TALISMAN, Kt.,y Monday at 6 p.m.-,
TYRONE, Ertry Tbmaday, at 5 p.m.;
LUM8DEN, Every Saturdaj, at & p.m.
For Freight or Pmim aPf brt.t Ut
IlIOOS A MALLUBY,
j.nZ'TUf TS OHIO LKVEK.
ihe Will, Till nn'l light draught lemer
JAMES FISK, JE
I.emes Cv.rn li It at "ip.m., aj'l I'A liioli'Ullr
ta.m. JUni.ifiii'Prior wcninrnmlittion ht
oliell puM;.' ,i r(,nse.
HOOTS VSt SHOES.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
nvtwfcn Waahlngton Atp & Poplar S
Boats atait Htioa Mailt loOrdar.
JAN. I, 1871,
YlTV, IllSUmilCC CjOlUpniiy
Lrtrjs'tt nnd Ktrongeitt .tlulnnl
Fire Inanrnnee C any
In the World.
j I'J i liniH- vi w. l villi . , .IIV a.lUH IU.II.
Iters are responsible for payment of alt loaaaa,
whsthvr under Mutual or Cash Pollelat, thus
iruranteein the Cash Poller Hollar th
Most Reliable Indemnity
Oitered by any
Couipuiiv lii (lie I'nltesl Ntntea
TIMS AtlKNC'V ISSUKS CASH 1ST.
I'rrnilum i.ulea (I n. a on propaily in.
Cuh It. in. r'm asi au
T'Ud avsiUl.leaa.nla iifCo.... ,nai 460 0
iiifr'"ieui a-is in i.y, ouriliK
natt It moLtlia 1.133.IM U
04h irielptadnrinKlsM 7S9,T3S WO
Aniu'tiil paiil fur lotxea iliirinai
isTii ,...m..h..m... .M. ..m... ......... a3T,aei aa
During tlmpat thirty yeara.thn I.ycom
I hi; lusurunci) Company has paid over
ttOOO claim, amotintlnu to K'i.H-jr,-
5! ' S. I
Capital ami Axeta .Inue IOli, 1u, 1
vu I I J,u iu III,
.imer 1 1. ! , Jiiiuhi) :j, is;i.
I .iite, a . i' . , i S'H' Insiiniui'eLV'm'
) 4 iii mini In .1 h.iii ile Ian., and Is .mil, nr.
i4( I'l.l.i iMiiiies. iti lllinii-.
lour. .', I. CLll'I'lNCOrT.
Agent, C.slrn, III".
,!,. o, vi' ,'s ll'- a, ""iriier Till street nnd
(.Vt'iitirri'tal - ii. . ISlnd
ii,!. um. .w.a.aM
iisrrinoil ii.iiit iliei ioMi of Kiuhaireeiaod j
(' iiinierei.il ni lire
Tht' Siunml lloiKf on I'lftli Street,
llimteu Soiiiiutrrl.il unit Wnahlnglaii
I n, Iteri!. iiest-inlly en l,n l a full -uppl) f
Cilroeerii'M, Notion, Toys, ajke.
Aim, I'ry finmla, l' tliliit, I'fM'i'ir.a ur.il Con
feeliona, at the verv bit prirea In the elty.
Dm-'l liiruet thnl M . Wrllm oi ha ohiuutHl htr
pleiecf boa lit", ud'lim'tlhlcet.thiiliH'.iUonof
lie new ttaiiit .nr., hi ion in will amaya ie
foiiiidnt home If not In tin "lore room, in the
itnelliiiK pnrtol th hnu.e. illmlw
CINC1XNATI AI)Yi:UTISEMEN lS.
STEAM EKfilNFS, BOILERS,
Copper and Sheet Iron. Work
No. 84S Kit-1 rem
Ckrtercl Mnrcli .11, lf
City Jfotlonnl Bunk
A. B, aAVrOHU, President!
h. TikYI.nK, Vke-PrraMMi;
W. IIYaLop, HaerMary and Treaorar.
f ... . CTOIIt
Vf K.W. C"A!' OALIOHER,
nil?7vKifJ,VST2' VAULH. 9CHUH,
II .11. IUMIMUIIAM, W. v lULLIIiAY,
i. sl rniu.tps.
Bs-Voaltaaf mmy Am.t HHst, from
Taa vaatia VpwarH.
Intrt pnid un ilepoo it i th ma of per cent,
per annum Munli Inland Fept. li. i
latereat mil wiih'lrswn iaHer ImmMlatetr In
tha prlnclnil of the deoilts, tlierel'j gl? In Ihtra
HBrrlcd Women anil Children
Mar ilennalt money an thnt
JIO O.IK KLaK CAN DRAW IT.
pen every tiuilneia day from a.m.tnlp.
fur HAVINU DK11
only, Imm C
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANIKL KURD, lraali4asali
Uliar W. MMXKit, Vlrlraa.i
C. 51. MVOIIEM, Ciaalilar.
Collections Promptly Made.
KxchnnKC, Coin, Hunk Xot?ss
nnd Vriitcd Ntntvat Nectirl
Ilea Ilenght nnd
latcTMt Allowed oh Time Pcyltj.
Cin NATIONAL BANK
Uailtl - - 100,000
SV. P. IIA.LI.IDAY, lreslitent
A. n. SAKKOItl), Cnatileri
WAt.TKIt IIVMI.OP, .'. lent O.lil-r
iin'i i 'j
s t '7' ..-!. II. tn
Ofj. ii. tWIllamsoa, Stephea Ulrd,
A. D. Nafford.
ExtsIiAnse, Coin and
U. S. Itond Bought
JONN COAL, YA1IU.
fflflT OF ELEVENTH STREET
Mount Caibo ,
Oil Quoin nml
A Nispaily ta llaiaa), mm ft tlell verril
In aojr iarl or the all-.
Kvery I-oad of Coal Weighed, and full
Meniire (iht n.
nr hi tux coai. t i'itMi:i
ij:u cm i.o:.
Ol r ' . ii t ft e HtUlc- ii'
, r io
JAMKS HOSS, PitipV.
"1.11 no CITY
Ai Prepared to Supply Customers
With tho IUtt tjimllty of
Orsltra ln l Halllilay ff 4M
Xo. 10 Slolu lave, uralirie l oi
Vr4 ksliw tha at. J rla lliv
let, will Kegels I'rstmpl
Tha TlU "Montana-!
w 111 lirniK Cos! ngsida
i at ut noun
aCalm. (i-l. ! '""
WIVSTO.Y sfc CO.,
(tfuccesaon to John Q Harm an C.
REAL EST AT