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1IY JOHN II. 0J1I5RLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, MAY 14, 1871.
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P. WlBkCfJr, CHA3. OALHIHER,
V. M. ttrOrKPl.KT'r. I'AOI, ft. fcCJUJII,
R II. CUNN1.VIHAM,' W. tViULLUUV,
alt a f iunrttaiouut Received froaa
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Iotrei paid T0 rt tBilf aithe rate of C t-r cent,
per rtirfiltn Mrch'lt and Sept. l.i.
laterrel not withdrawn l added Immediate Ijr to
lb principal of thedepasttithrrrby giilugthem
cenipoun4iAtfstO I Ul. i. .
MtwrMMlt WaM4n4. Children
May depotit money eo that
XOOIS,MMIAll UHAW IT.
aan arervYMrtavsa'dav from i rn'.tn 3 n.m.
Mf lUtimUr .wroing ; tor H.wrso DKrOdm
eoljr, from t to So clock.
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Clll NftTIONIL BANK
itplial - - $100,000
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Vt. . HallMir,
Hkoliaiige, Coin and
V. H. Bond nought
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flxchanKO, Coin, IJank -Note
and United NtateH Necarl
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To uM 'Wfianrf'.'eWiii'afnad -Notice f hereby
lTnt VIIJ JnWaUh , '01'Jun.' A. If.
Tm .thfl'JiraTermof tha Count Colitt. of Al.
loitOoutr; (n Cairo,1 IHUojieiigo my olBua,
UUIUnirlDfl WliUUa flallllUVi
MPI' CHARLES HAHTUNE
unco c: . Z. ICIiSIliS,
2C North Eighth St., Philml.i
A color and drcsaiug.ilftttviH
not burn tho hair or injoro tho
It does not produce a color
mechanically, as tho poiBOiious
preparations do. 1 f ,
It gradually restores tbo..1i&V
to its "original color and!'lustr,
by supplying now life iiiid", v?ge-i
It causes a lnxnrirtnt growth
of soft, fine hair.
The beat nnd snitat articlo
Clean and Pure. tfoHedirnenl.
ASK FOR DOKIMNS'.
HJIY'S'II A: CO..
AIo, Uirfi (nrnUnlljf cn hind nii mm.
pll tok ol
Scotch and Irish Whiskies
Port, Madeira, Sherry, Catabaw
Wawll wctaalftly for CmH, to hlch lu;.
IsntA th xtteotTon of clot targala bujft
8pclal aUTolton cItcd to flilio: ordr. . .
Corner XI nth Htrttt.
All klmli of rloltilriR for LaJI' wrr mails to
orJT.or ixft'jjr iiukl. Al.o, full mrtment of
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
yyoon a.'I coal.
l frf patrJ to lflitr tli tmt
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In r.rv.it of tli .ill. id aiur quuititr Joiifi.
nu .hurl uotlro.
Coal BeHverc d at 4 50 Per Ton.
OPFinEOrtr hrwalt. Orlh A Co) i(oir
toirtvadotraibtiia ttiaoohitr af EiglitlitrH
no immrril arvnua. .ir'i
THI. CF.LEBIt A1TCD ,
aanontienl womtrr. re Tola tha lhouaniiaof
hidden wonderi of Nature; la ol permanent ue
and practical arallabllily, cuiablninf matruclloa
wnn amuvmvni, hum uvar iwriiik ii inifii. i
TEN THOUSAND TIMES
a power1 equal to othnr micro, ropen of mnnv
timoaitaeoit. levealaointleia llllle woili. all
around ua, teemlnR with life, which to (he naamj
rye mint forever remain a araled book aarelaln
Tinesai, nnimaia in wnirr, mirmo miieis niijrurand
Itch Intecia, milk(,loliulr,clawa and liairaof ln
aecta, hundrodaoreyea in a alnglo eye or a fly.
iluilofa Imtlrrfly'a wiuva to be iieifrcllir formed
featliera, tho miicli talked of Trlnchlna fpin-lis or
pnrK worm, wnicn m nrai a.soorrrcu in America
with this Mlcro,cope.
It la of intinato rihie to profeaalnnal men, to
teachers and to atiirienii, Out nowhere la It of
greater value than n the family uhle, within the
roacnoi every inemoer. uwui jniKut jourcwii,
yourehildran and your frlenm dnrinx the Ions
wlntcrevemnfta. It will ahow yon adiilteratinna
and uncleanlineaaot varloUHkludaof fooJ.ei su
gar, tea, bread, meal, Ao.
It Is of IncstlnmfctlValnoto thoFarme
In examlalas ioaecta which pray upon hit eront.
The power of a f So mlcroacopo, anil o simpleln
iipiimtiuetion thatanv chlla van Uue It under-
trtandingly aud with appreciation.
lar, aadchesp I Over.cojiouliav been, sold, i
tin. iiViv iWnuianilii of autuntlno men. farmers.
a tieaautai nreacni. uirgaut, iu,uuuti aiuuo-
achool teacher, atudenl", physicians, hradi, of
uniiiua, aaiioincrs. '
PRICE 3 OU.-Scnt by Man, Post 1'ald
Ererr iHairtiMtnnl.ifj.tifavttT boxed, ind'ntnd
Mmy lubeloil with full Jirt-ctioui for use. Thou
ndi ihiT6 been tent by mail.
ns4UIS39t Wt J Jja VVJ.f
FREE J FREE!
ITh Mfcroaeobe."' a monlllli, inumtl nf Infnri
tnation for th? people-th myierlea ol nalur
oip:ameil lulereiilO((li.lorinatbmon the won-
era:or creation atoriea. akvlchea. mb. T.mi
W per je ir. This Journal will ba aent Krae
'or one year to any oneourchiuiing Cralr Mirro-
po, at ne regular price, ao, luruig, miui
will be sent pi
KorSsmp'ibcopr.and our beautifully illtutrated
I aeui uoak uani.i
etcriDtWeclrculara. and eiehtiJei
I ol tee
tinionislsvf CralK alicroacooe.aenil.aiKeanla. tot
..muln w. J. LlAEasaLII...
Optician!, and Bole Proprletora of Craig and Nov
yly-Microecope, Chicago, Hi,
Aaeuteana PeaOesa.lhla Mioroacppe icll In ev
ery ratailr on Ita merits, when eiibitad. Urns
Profita. Qulek Bales. rebiBwOm
It'll no'woafd that tfco object 6f 'Grant's
ivltlti-to liuourl -wair to atcortain' wHt
forco it will require In. that Slate to lup
pross Carl Schurz; .
"VVcr.dcH rhlHps.mad0 rt ijsiex before
tho Ecfortn laguo tho oUjQr,Uajr which
the I.ouUvUlo CourUr-Joumal sppropri
Tlio proposition to uniform federal -of'
fice-lioldfiM 1i crrtallng considerable com
ment. A western Democratic paper tlius
refi-rj' to the subject: ''IlfdJ' will soon In
offered to manufacturers of 'brais collars
trt sdpply enough cQa) to tho fcdnral of-flcc-hoMer
of tho United .Sta,e. Kach
collar will ho marked MI.S. .'
Tlu Kiidicals In Ohloaro In tronblo as
to what action they will taka In tbe Slato
Convention. They want to Indorse
Grant, and talcu siroogerMind In favor of
his rcnotntpalloh.d Iu -Uiotaca of. tills de
sire comes the decTaratton tiiht the Gor
man licpublicans that.it wilt bo a: fatul
day for.th party In that Slato when Grant
Is iniJnMHl lthcr for tho present or the
filtun. Without the Oermaii IV-publl-caiiH
the .State U lost.
In regard to the positlbn of tho South
ern Democraoy on the repeal of thn con
stitutional amendment thy Charleston
These amendments are of tho issues of
the past. This wo cannot prevent Tlicro
is no hope of their repeal. In ovary con
test where this has been oven attempted or
moote3, the party which has .advocated
even their ultimate repeal lias gono down
beforo the popular voice as grass beforo
Tho H'orW remarks that the curses that
Mutton, Chandler & Co., heaped upon Mr.
Sumner when they deposed him from tho
chairmanship of tho foreign relations com
mittee, are coming, homo to roost. Al
ready his 'supecjsor, Mr. Cameron, has
f und himself mentally and morally unfit
V manage the high Joint commission
trely,"and has handed bis charge over to
Mr Morton and ffnna-r-t---gr-tnr
Grant. Tho.lattor In turn has been com
pelled to call npen Mr, Sumner to fur
nsh him with a good deal of important in
formation and ncccuarv brains.
FROM OUR EXCHANGES.
Two new post ofllccs have been estab
liahed in this county.
Tho publication day of tho Vienna .tr-
frry his. been changed from Saturday to
Kight persons wero admitted 'to mem
bership of tho Methodist church In Vienna
on lnt Sunday evening.
Mr. Gray, sheriff of tho county, shot
Ephralm Duvli ut Columbia, on Thursday
last, while nttnmpttng to arrest him.
Though wout.ded, Davis escaped,
Lakt week a difficulty occurred between
Mr. John Kousee and Mr. Almon Dum
ron, both school teachers. of Vienna. The
former was knocked down, and thn latter
stabbed three or four times.' Tho young
men both taught school in the name build
ing. rcrc COONTT.
Tho atora of Uowell & Bro., of Golconr
da, was broken into on Tuesday niht,
last, and between flvo and six httndrod
dollars worth of goods sto'en. Tho thieves
selected Uto best thn store containod, tak
ing fine boots, shoes, clothing, ribbons,
otc. They woro pursued but not caught.
A week ago to-day it trrtdlng boat was
found six inilos below Golconda, contain
ing a largo stock of goods, No person
was on tho bout. A glass of whisky stood
upon tho counter and a bat lay upon tho
floor. Upon search, letters wero found
addressed to Captain Uradley, ono. from
Evansvillo nnd others from Now York.
"Who tho owner of tho bout is and what
became of him is it mystery.
The Metropolis 'Times sayB "sudden
doatbs nro tho order of tho day."
Tho eamo papor also says "our farmers
predict an almost total failure of tho) wheat
crop in Massac county."
Mr. M. II. Pogson commonces u scries
of temperance loctur.es in Metropolis on
tho ovening of May 27.
Thu editor, of tho Times thank Mr
Jamca Walsh for strawberries fonr Inches
A child with seven toes was born in
this county last wook.
Achango of venue has been made in
the cases of Dawood,le aht i,Edon .for th6
murder of Brown. Their trials will be
held In Franklin county,
Tho contract for building tho new jail
and jailer's rcsidencohai.b.oen ilot to Mr.
E. Haugb, of Indianapolis, inu., wupso
bid was $14,150. Tho o'd Jail as sold for
The 7amirr says v The Odd KcJIows of,
Plncknowllio nron'oso to build a new
hall Immediately.. Thoy havo appointed
a building committee, with power to miy
a suitable lot.and contract for tho mate
rial, building, etc.,
On tho 11th Inst. Ocn. lJurnsido was
unanimously elected Grand Commander
of tho 0.. A. J.. , . .
General ' Stelnrrjetf. has. ' befit).' mado n
Held marshal by the emporor of Gcr
'many. Miss Kmmn Curd is station arjent at
Silver Springs, on ,tbe Tennessee and Pad
A a. '
. Mu ClaraatcUnion, (ha heroine of the
mysterious Ja, has been lecturing In Mom
, attno.aiAUollne .l'jttti(Jaux la to rc-
.cV.V9,4,009-francs n night for performan
.'ccs;at;Uarrb'u'rK, Halph Vldo)lmefson l m&vr ,rMilng
theTosomito Vnllov, looking at tho won-
.ders of nature nnd thn big tret!.
The inauguration ,oftho telegraphers"
.statue of I'rof. llorsfl, to tnko place In
Contral I'ark, Now York, has been finally
fixed to tnkaplncc on Saturday. Junj 10th.
It is said that Honif.o Grculoy, Henry
"Ward BeccherVcndclll'ilJUIps'anU Frcl
Donglaas hate been invited to lecturp .be
iuro tho Memphis Agrlcultnral nnd 3lo-
Clara Louisa, Kullotrg and Christine Nils-
son tiuiil bo making' tort.unes, according
to newppu paragraphs. Kellogs has
already bought ilG'summer residences this
year, while Xll&son has invested in 103
lots of grourul. of dlffL'ronl.sizcs, costing in
the. aggregate, '$ 17,431tir0 axclusivoof six
lots, of which, the-parnjraphistha forgot
ten to mention the oosU
The Sorcsls seciety in New York
about to collapse.,
Straw, black and rasp berries are cheap
and plooty in .Florida,
A few Iron nails. placod in the vase with
flowers will ktop the water sweet and
Unon the sunlight eolden, air of Gales-
burg; .Tils, the ominous and terrible cry
of "Flrc!"pubtntcd,etc.Jft.s we learn from a
local paper. It was a grocery store.
The Qalajty has completed ,tho fifth
yoar of .'its. -distance, and its publishers
now claim to have mjjdejt. regain. itt.cU
Linattur! ofTclt'l'Kousatia copies in tho past
four months, - , ,
Urudder Lo'.tcr, of Montgomery, Ala-
bams, was killed by lightning whljo spoil.
ing the Egyptian of his corn-crib. The
loyal blacks are much perplexed, nnd pit-
eously.cnquire, "Is do Liord turned Ku-
Klux 'gin do poor darkeys j'i for stcalin' a
littto co'n V
Tho Cleveland papers nro rojoioingovcr
tho discovery of a largo gas vein in that
city, nt a depth of 101 feet. It is pro
posed fo apply the discovery
to manufacturing use, and a grout saving
of coal is anticipated. A good vein of gas
has also been struck near Paincsvillo, at a
depth of 800 feet. There is no longer any
room for doubt that tho gas extends along
tho whole south shoro of the lake,
Tha Prevailing: Klylra Amtrlriaiia Ska
viriora aat iai a.uanpciiiiuii miu
F rorn Jh? f. Y. Commercial Ad vt tiaer,Aprll IQ. I
Cameo goods' and 'black onyx: plntn, or
set with' diamonds, pearls, etc., are now
upper-Moll 'tftriong ioaders'or TasliTon.-Tbo
former. are very salable: liext to diamonds
and probably most popular. Both cut
tings a"nd designs present cliarmiag novoU
'colored goldor rkuin dlamondspS pearl,
tins ' hit bivim ill mnnntlnfr'N -miner ,n
lncenuitv beine taxed to tno utmost- in
catcrino? to a critical taste. The demand
now is foK'yery wide bracelets, owing to
tno large, Uowtng sleeves tn vogue,exposing
tno artns, u'lio ctnr-tmnu, lor example, is
often made in precise Imitation of starched
linen, buttons, etc comnloto; width full
Another peculiarity is' that ovory arlielo
mado must Jiavo a monogram, either en
graved or raised, and occasionally enam
eled. Black onyx is coming rnplilly Into
fashion. "Wlioii .ornamented with ' din-
tho' olivet is s ncularlv striking.
Tolllustrato, one of our firms has just re
ceived an order for several hundred black
onyx drops, to bo pendant from solUaire
dinmondsfor the ear.
In anotbor class of goods wo werotiiown
a superb sot, broocn and car-rings, con
sisting of an onyx sholl, a butterfly rest
ing in the center. Tho gorgeous colors
of the outspread wings surpass .even nn-
turo itseifceacii ueucaio uiamcni rauiani
with, tiny diamonds, rubles and emeralds.
Value, An enameled diamond lock
et, almost covered with diamonds, is
marked .$500 in sold (nil uricos wholusalel.
Stone alto vcibiittojis liro sold as high ns
?i ju a pair; gonitemen s tooKOUunu aenis
Slf) to tlOO: tcts of onvx incrusted with
gold and eot with diamonds, oost from $20
to$o0, - -" - 1
Wo now propose to toll thojtdles a few
secrets, or rather tb spoakjof certain fea
tures of tho trade to thutn especially inter
esting, but not' always ''understood. The
ouestion Is how coods are colored. In tho
first placo, vory evidently colors dopend
on tho proportions aud kinds ot alloy.
"Itcd goldV derives its namo' from tho' al
loy of connor. 'Etruscan" or "Roman"
gold, for, softie tfnuVpasf vory popular, is
a coior artmciany tuauo, in tins wisu; -an
Article. 10 urja carats flno is subjected to
treatment with acids, tobring out tho rich
vollow fo much admired. The chemical
effect Is to remove-tha-nllcy, upon "which
tho acid instantaneously seizes, lcavfnglbe
surfaco of pure gold. Just now tho fash
ion is tending, to large r-rlngi, ,with vn.
'rlcgated colors greori nfid red irold.J The'
uninitiated may bo startled to know that,
an alloy1 JB parts gold'and six parts puro
suver proauces ttarR grten.
1 tflolf JahouMdlc,
And 100 Should klas tnjr cyallds whrn I lis
Cold, ds I an 1 dijmb to all tho world contain,
1 1 io to'.dod orba ronld opn at thy lirMtli.
And from Ita cille In tha fll.lm of death
I.lla would como Rlndly fjaci 'onit my yr u.
Iballcrolf Iwro iUni,
And you upon my llWcaa li'nt -hould ttcad,
Not knowing what tho imorclodchanacdto be,
It would find andd n rulnoboniathlho tcucti
Of him It yr loyad in lllo to much,
And throb Again, warm, tendar, true to lh.
I bell?o If en my otayf ,
Hidden mwoooy Mp, or by th watf,
l our ayaa Should drop aome warm tears of te
Kromporaa sally seoil of 'laWr'tleargrlsf
Home lalrtwcrt Mosnom would laalnto leaf,
I'royo ucaiu vuuio QoyinaKts inj iotr lorKl
Intn'hese rfnatiCToalrus'whers lihtl miwlc,
And ynu nhonld Iodk once more myrace to m,
, nt'uia comr mrin upon inn jiiiia 01 nigm,
And KithW Hfs like frjrgnu till thy siht,
11 hi (he beacon. I'.aza.fli lull on m'
I brlicTO my faith In tir.
Wronif aa my llfr, o nobly plarod to tv,
It wntil l a noon pincct to art. thn tun
Fall !iko'ndA4 king from III- h-?hi iihllm-,
ma iry aincxcn imra inouironc or limn,
Aa llice unworfh' the wins hip thou h.mt won.
1 bf IIotk 'the Iirh not Iifd
Hatb hitf ths lr L'urc oi ,a life annrorvd
l.mo one wr win tnc wnpe ulthin his Kip,
I)ron it. Willi all IH critnaon iuice tinDrel.
And all In liicinui sireHrie if fl tinjjiif rC'l,
Out from li' cnrelcas am' unh?edlnBCiap.
J believAlove, pure and tnir,
I to the ao'il n atioet, iinnior al dow
That geiu life'e petals in lla hoar of utU I
Tha waillnjj auKel.i see nn I reronicn
Tho richcrown jewel, invo of P.irunt'V
When llf f.alla from us like awilhorod hu
THE POETRY OF A DINNER-
II V SCSAN C00I.ID0K.
Everything in tho world, from love-
making lu swooping u room, lias-its grace
ful sido and Hi ungraceful. All deponds
upon tho way In wnich it is done. Awk
wurdnos, self-consciousness, wutit of tact,
may convert tho most beuutlful moment of
lifo.lnto n ludicrous spectacle for lookers
on, whllo In tho hands of "Fairy Fair' cvon
the prosaic employment of darning stock
ings becomo invcTtcd with u certain charm.
And poetry costs no moro man prose.
A hundred cheap methods of einbollish-
mcnt suggest thcnisolves when people onco
beirin to look them up. Housekeeping.
dresx, society, aro open alike to thoir in
fluence., nnd oven so humuruin a thing as
a family dinner may bo made pretty nnd
attractive with hardly the additional cost
of a pohny. ' i
tVlint, for Instanco, can bo cusior than
to parp'and trim the mutton-chops which
lorm our frugal repast, antt servo
thorn neatly Blacked in tho center of n
platter (as soldiers stack arms), tho bones
forming a pyramid, caeli bono finished
with a narrow rufllo of cut paper, and tho
whole bordered with' mashed potatoes
nicely browned. Ten minutes' additional
work (or less than that, for tho cut papers
m, iwi,i.ii.i -iw.r--f"-'; 'i ; "
tor cvuning ), ana mo simpio uitu iukcs nn
tlio ulr ot u uuinty xrcnan enireo; or,
how easy to mako n "codfish dinner nt
tractivo'ty serving It in a shapely mound,
crisped and glazed wiih oc-iaucn?
or, to put a cluster ot parxiev aicitiiercnu
of tho roast beef, and n few shavings of
horseradish on top? or to adorn the hash
with a rim of toasted broad cut In points,
or sprinkle cresses over tho hot steak, or
lay a few slices of lemon about tho dish of
veal cutlets? or to innko tho mince. mcnt
into "croquette'' by pressing It into forms
within a wine-glass", browning in the oven
and sticking a minuto sprig of celery on
ton of each littlo cono?
Tho most rigid economist need not
crudco tho pennyworth of cress or parsley.
or tho scrap of whito paper which makes
a plain dish appetising and attractive
And if tho house boasts n garden, how
ever small, tlio number or tlicso adorn
mnnts may bo indefinitely multiplied.
Nnthinc adds so much to thoelecanco of
a table as (lowers. A bowl of fresh roses.
is wbrth all tho sliver nnd ormolu in tho
world, as fur as- effect goes. A button
hole bouijuet In each napkin, gives n. gala
air to a 'dinner of pork nr.d beans. And
any body 'with a square rod ot sunny gar
den'bed cAn command for eight mnnthrin
a year these ornaments tho loveliest,
choicest, and cheapest in tho world.
Evory table should have a center, and
this center must not bo too high. It
js a cortain dampor to conversation whon
your opposito noighbor is hidden behind
acruat bunch of something green, and you
aro obliged to dodge this way and that to
eaten agumapo oi ma incc. tho bowl or
basket in which tho flowers re.t should not
riso moro than half a foot hIkivo tho levol
of the dishes which surround it. A basket
of fruit oranges, applos, grapes taste
fully arrangad nnd trlmmod with Ivy
leaves makes a pretty contor; or a sahi'd
bowl of crisp crccn lettuce, dotted with
scarlet nasturtium", or flowers and vines
suspended aboee tho tablo, from a lamp or
chandelier, so ns to clear tho rnngo nf tho
eye. wo nnvo scon a largo concii-sneii
usod for this purposo o ill to offeo'.ivoly.
Tablo linon and ciiinn being usually
white, an artistic housekeeping will aim
at producing a judicious contrast of color
in other tilings. Jlats ot red and whito
straw, or of crocheted cotton, with n scar
let initial in tho middlo, aro pretty. ap
kins may havo a similar initial In red or
hluo, worked In tholr cornori. Or tho
flngor-bowls may bo of nlturnnto hues,
crimson and blue, or green nnd nmbor.or u
bit of bright-colored dish mnv bo used fur
jelly, or horse-radish, or pickles ; or the
sugar may bo put into a bowl lined witn
priiuani glass, aii incso uitio touches
ciako n tablo gay nnd reliovo tho general
whiteness. And tho desert may bo en
livened with- n pudding-plato or enstard-
i r -T - 1 ..!.!.. .. x- . . t.i te
uuivi ui uutuiaii'u uiiiiiu. .luvur iiiiiiu 11
it dosn't ma toll,-so lone as tho general ef
fect is uniform.
A delicate-. finish will characterize vaoh
detail of tho ideal dinner. Tho sal, will
bo puro and. smooth, or formed into a
snowy pyrnmid.by means of a tiny wine
glass. Tho' buttor will bo In dainty pats,
or stamped with some pretty devico, or
rolled into small criss-crossed globos with
a "booteh spatter," Tho currants or
strawberries will havo n fow of thoir own
leaves tucked round thorn to heighten
their blushing red. Tlio Unger-bnwU,
porhnps, may liayo a geranium or lemon
loaf in them to scent tho finger?. Every
Whcro will bo signs of euro, and of that
perfect tasto which scorns no dotail, how
Onu word about desserts. Many people
do not believe In them nt all. Others do,
but doploro tho frequent use of pastry.
Then why'noth'avo fruits, which, of one
kind or another, nro to bo obtained all the
year through ? Beside?, there nro various
preparations or rice, milk, tapioca, rnrinn,
and apple, so slmplo 3 to ngrco with
almost everybody, l'orploxcd housekeop.
ers will ftnd It a good plan to kcop n list
or such receipos nrrangol conveniently
Tor reference. Wo know a lady who has
a catalogua of this kind prepared for four
teen days, a different pudding lor each
day. Her cook looks nt tho list and takes
each in order, In this way saving all troublo
of selection, and at tho same time snnurlnc
a dcsirablo variety.
JOHN WESLEY'S FIRST
MON I.N AMERICA.
History vi, Ilomance.
We recently copied In theso columns j
statement from the Brunswick ffln.i An.
peal to tho effect that a number of Mctho-
aUt divine., togntlicr -with Miine friends,
proceeded recently to St. Simon's llund,
to visii ana navo photogrAphcd tliiv vener
able llvo oik under tlio umbrageous
branches of whioh John "Wesley, tho
founder of Methodism, preached his flnt
aermon in America, it is prnbabM that
the plcturo will ho engraved on steel and
offered fur sale.
Tho live oak referred to, says the Sa
vannah Republican, Is a mnguiilcent one,
nnd haS cast its shadow upon many a lively
group in the flush times of St. Simon's,
tho r armor Club house, to which all tho
Islanders wero accustomed to resort to on
one day of every week, having stood in
Immcdiato proximity. For its own sake,
as well as for Its social history, tho troe
should bo photographed, for there Is noth
ing approachirg it on tho Atlantic coast.
But we noer boforo heard that this
monarch citlio 'orcst had a religious lis
tory. Tho church of Frcdrlct, ostubliaiied
by Charles Wesley, not John, was origin
ally located, and still stands a portion of
us original timbers being yet Incorpcritod
with tlio oftentimes renewed build iigs
in a beautiful grove of llvo oaks, some
miu mno or moro in tno rear or the town,
or the sitn onca occupied by the town,
nothing of which remains but n few
bricks and tabby ruins.
John Wcsloy, the groat founder of
Methodism, was occasionally at tho Fred
ricn settlement, aiding in tho work of his
brother which, unfortunately, was not n
very successful ono but his "first sermon
in America" wns not preached on St. Si
mon's. Ills first religious ministrations in
this country wero den verod on Tybce, on
tho arrival of tho immigrant ship that bore
him hither, nnd consisted of thankgivlng
to God fur tli J safe dcllvoranco of himself
and fcllcw passengers, having landed for
tho special puapose. This was in Februa
ry, 1730. Tho party then camo up tho
river, and John V esley s "first sermon in
lYmorica," according to his own nrivato
journal, was preached in tho court-housoin
Savannah, on Sunday, March 7th, 1730,
thu text being tho epistlo tor tlio day, tho
Wo "tfisTfko to ap'offa handsome littlo
photographic speculation, but this is his
tory. 17" OAKY,
SALES ROOM, Xo. 13 SIXTH STREET
O O A. Xm
Iru Prepared to Supply Customers
with the Beat Quality of
Orders left nt llnllliltty Itiin. Office,
Nn. 711 Ohio Levee, of nt the Coitl
Yard heluw the St. C'.'utrlce Ilo.
Icl,vlll Itccelve 1'roiupt
Tl.o Tils "Montauk" will bring Coal alongside
learners at any hour, day or niht.
sCairo, O' t. i'lli. 1870 tf
PEOPLES' lilT MARKET
CHAS. OATIJR & CO., Prop'rg.,
het'peonatonily on hand tho bcatof lleef. 1'orlr,
Mutter, Vea , Lamb, Bauanito, I'uildliiR, elo
rro-ili white lard in any quautity.corDcd beet, etc.,
ahv.m on liand.
tlrdera tlHod promptly
and aatlarkctlon war.
ATKICS, TOII - CO.
Importer" and Jobber of
409 H. FOURTH STREET,
Have all tlaa fuH aisorlmeut of faahion.
lomiblo Koo i', which will be aidd at the lowet
market price. Orders to'.ieited aud nromply
AWAIMJYMAR. 91 , D., Phvsl
, clan, Surgeon and Acdoathour; lor.
morly ol Anna, Union Ou,, Illinois, ha partna.
ncntly located in clly, OPFlCE-onrmrelrl
Avenue, between Slh nnd 9th fctroeta Watt aide,
VJ ibKNCE-Corner.A'Intarnad Walnnt
OKKICK-Cforner Sixth Street and Ohio ttaa
nrr'ICR HOURS From 9 a.m. to 1 in;, and
WAUDNEK.M. !.. Culre
a. RA'lLRoArSa. ' -4
TO ( V) 4 1
St-olS litmlHTl rie.Clneianail
CUIe:i;, New York, Itoatoa
isoiiitH Eant and jVortli
I'nsarnirer Trnlili Arrive at Bin! lenvo
Snlro aa follonai
trti:ivij-aioo a. si xian t. hi
iolh tri-ma connect at Centralia with (rains on tb
Pnnn, necntnr, UloomliiKtou, El aao,
! .Salle, Mendola, Krecioti,,Ualan
Ditliuiine, and all puluta iM-IUIuala
.Mlaaonrl, Mlnneaotn, tVlsconaln and
And wilh lien :uunlnj; Kiul nod West far
SI. Louis, Sjirlugfield, Loul8)sJeiCI-.
cluiidtl, Inillaurtpolli JciCcIumCbh, i
mlaiClilcago with Mlrlian Oentrali Mielkliaa
RouinvrD.nan I'litaRurH,, orr Wyn
and L'hicaao i.nilroadato a vi
Detroit, Nlatrra Pails,' , J
Uuiikirk, liutDslsi, .
Boston, YllUiuig' J V1 -
l-'o. throuffh tick, t3 anil lafannallnn. inntvi e
IllinniCcnir.i. Railroad Depot. . , .
tv. P. JOHNSON.
Oenerd Paaaenger Agent, Chtcano,
M. HEWITT. Ueneral aupcri'Jtcndant
J. Jvhnsou, Agent Cairo.
C IIC I XG FI E L S & IM.IAOIS
On nnd after Monday, April Zlth, S7I, tralnawlll
thim aoixa octuii7.
Leave Virnlnia M. fiit'la.m 12 3a p m.
epriiignem 9:iu " .... 3:0u
" Ta)lorlll.....10:Si am
Arrive at i'aun ll:ta ni. ...... 6:17 "
TnIXS UOIJIO NOSTllWKIT.
Leave Pnna .SiOa m J:3S am.
" Tajlorville ..I:ST " .....4:W "
Arrivn atSprinErtelil.C;lS " .... ,C.uo "
Leave 3paiiutHei " .X:10 "
Arrlvent Virginia H:i', " ?..8:15 "
TBtla QOIS'l 10C11IIHT.
Lsvo Edgewood...... S:30a.m..M........lO:lOa.in.
" Flora....-, 8:' ' . 11:40 "
Arrive at t?hawncctown3:J.lp tn. 5:13 p. in
thiim aoiaa koktiiwut.
Loire Shawneelown S:45 a.m M,.....,8 iOp.m
' Flon ..if:M " ...7-.og "
Arrive at Edgewood 4:40 " .....r..8.- "
Tha. '1.30 a.m. train from Edgewood, runa only.
Slondaya, W.dnmlayaand Krulaya, and S:4Sa.ra.
train from Snaneetonn ou Tuesdsya, Tbura.
daya and baturday...
Co necla at Ahlami with Jackaonvllto division
of Ch cai;o and Al'on It ilrotd. for Jackaonville,
I'eterfbui, Maun City, and all pointa weaU
At Sprmiitl Id. with Chicago ami Alton, and
Toledo, Wab:ih and Weatern Railroad, f.ir
liloomingtrn, Chicag), and all points nortn.north
wet anu wei.
At t'aua with Ind. ami Si. Loula, anil Illinoia
Central lUllroad lor all point j eut, south an
At lMuewood with Chicago Mvision lllinala.
Central Uailroad. ,
At Flora, with Olilo aid Miiiipp' Kailroad.
Attihawucetom, with steainboaia for Ciacln
nail, I'.ulucah.CalroiindSt. .oui.
ORLANl' H3IITH, Oen'ISup't.
Joiiv Fo.i iitv, fjen'l 1'r'gt ami Ticke' Ag'l.
QL.OSU VIMCKNT, fi
HIEItCH ANTS, '
and dealers In,
Lime, Cement, Plasle Parts
WriMA.H,It., SJIITH.M. I
f.-tween Washlnston AvehWiVJAVafitWfVei
OrnjR...M comercial AWhnAlMVhW,
Cor. ttlls Street aud Obi IT4ev.
i CAIiU. 'ielLi a-''' S
Intentora havlua buaineaa with tha Uaitaat '
siatoa I'atent OHice will llnd it to thalradMilafla a j
tn intru, it In tlio 'Uandaof ilia old eatnbhshad '
firm of - ii -i
P atent Afienta, WashliiijCoai.., I-C, , A
They hava ilana my hiMiueas' io,uy,saOfaa.
Hon. and i taVo pleaiure ltirecorjio-'odW'"ru
to western lurcntors. , , ,t
Inventor of lrnprored UoT'iTlBf Tubular Watar
Cairo, April , 1 171. apilpn