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Ohio Illver tunic, (except
(roil Mountain It. It fcWn.tti. ll:i)p.ii
Miss. Hirer route. Tueadny
nnd Friday c.oop.m. 7;Wp.m
Thebes, Uooae Island A Hwit
re, Ilia., Thtirsdny A I-rl.
i C-.Wp.iri. 7:Mn.m
Ky UiWft.m. Wijp.ni,
oirnr. ii oc in,
aenernl Delivery 7i3U.m.
Money Order depnitment :W ,rn. C:W
lleKlster S.Wn.m. t.Wo.m
Money Order and Hester department no
open on ounuays,
CAio:0)MM!,Dr, No. I.1.-Slnled AoemMf
I tl.fc k a 1 .. ft... . ...... .
.uk nViimi .-.liMoni i nun, nr'tnml llnrUJint.
urdnT In each month.
Cairo Cwi-xcii., No.2l,-.ite(fulr Convocation at
aiMomciiall.lhe second Krlday In enoh month.
Cai.,0 Cmam.ii, No. 7I.-Huli,r Convocation
minth luemuyor every
J?.ti?.?,'.iib ? ..A'..M -l'Klr Com.
: V "V""7 ' isurun nan, win second and
fourth Mon.lav r,i ..i. i. u'i
TimV. .: T. .""" nan nrsi ami Ih r
Thursdays In each month.
AirxAMija I,iHii 2M.-MetN In OldrVllt,v's.
Illl, in ArUr's liuildintf, every Thursday even
Inx, at ho clook.
OUR CHURCH KS.
i'fc.-vchlnx, "abbath at W,i a. m., nnd 7J; r. .
I'r)er meeting Wednesday at r. a.
Sunday fk!i iol, 3 r. m. J. M. I.an.den, Hupr.
Intendenl. It,. c. II. Kootr, l'asl.,r.
HKTII0I)I8T-C.ir. Eighth and Walnut Hta.
I'reachlnjr,8Urtth 1a. n,,and 7 r. .
I'rsyerrntetleit, Wednesday, 7,'J p. .
bunday School Ji r . I.. W. miUrll, Muper-
intendent. Her. V. L.Tiiomi-sh, I'astor.
CHURCH OKTIIK ItEDKKMKIt (Kplscopal)!
Morning prayer., Sabbath l!-5 a. .
Kit. Mm. Coai, Hector,
ir, I'ATItlCK'H CllUKCII-;or. Ninth Hi. and
l'ubllcfervlce,8abb.illi Cand 10,'; A. .
Viper, 3 r. m,
Sunday B;hool, 2 r. m.
Service every day, 8 r. .
IW. T. J. O'lIiLUia.-f, l'rie-1.
SabUth School, !.' a. m., Pabballi.
Hreahlny, MabUth Wt a. m., and 7J e. .
Itev J. Faitxn, Pa lor.
MlillO.-M SUNDAY SCIIOOIIn the Chrntlan
Chorea, Kighteenth Hireet. Habbalh tfenool 3
i. It. Itti ti. Suixrintendent.
ular meeting econd Mondav each month at tl.e
I'raytr room of the Presbyterian Church
Weekly I'rayer tneetlng, Friday. 7j r, m., at
the I'rayer room of the I're.bjterian church.
C. I'n, I'reident.
berricen, Sabbath, II a.m.
Sunday School, 1 r. m.
Can J r. m.
Preaching, Vi t. . Iter. Win. JacKaon, l'ato
SECOND KltEfWILLIlAITIST-Kifleenth St.
Del ween Vialnulari.l Ceiir,
Services Habbath, 1 and 3 r. m.
Her. N. Kica, Pnntor.
RRR.WIM, IUITIHTIIOMK Ml-iitu. fVS
HAT JHjltyui-Corner w.vntit and Cedar Sn.
Sunday School, 9 a. m
KIHST FREK HII.I. HAI'TI-T CIIURCII-Cur-
ry a Ilarrvks.
Sen icei, HabbAth 11 a m . 1 r m. and 7U r. M,
Her. Wm. KiiLir. l'.tnr.
KlUSTMIASlONAItV llAIMIaT CllUKCII- t.
veenlOlhanJ llth tre't, nearCedar.
I'reachlnt Sabbath lo' a. M.,and?, r. x.
I'rayer Meeting, Wediiedayeening.
Tri-achlng, Friday evening.
SabtthSj-hool, i r. u. John Van Il.uter and
Mary Stephena Superintendents.
ItV. TJ. Siioars. I'aato
Oovernor, John M. Palmer;
Meutenani-Oorcrnor, John Douglierty ;
Secretary of State, Edward Itutninel ;
Auditor of State, C. K. I.ipplncolt ,
State Treasurer, E. N. Hates ;
Supt. Public Inatructlon, Newton llaleinan.
Senators Lyman Trumbull and John A. Logan.
Representative for the Slate at I.are Vacancy.
Ilepretenlativo Thirteenth District Johu M
51 ESI II Kl'.S GEN'EKAL ASSEMBLY.
Senators, lit District T. A. E. Holcomb, ot
Union, and S.K. niUon.of Oallatln.
Representative, lit District II. Watson Webb:
Judge I). J. Il.lter, of Alexander.
Prosecuting AttorneyI. F. McCartney, of
Circuit Clerk Jno. Cj. Ilannait.
Bherifl A. II. Irvln.
Wm. Martin, Assessor ant? Treasurer.
Judge F. llross,
Aisoc.ntes J. E. McCrite and S. Marvh'ldon.
Clerk Jacob (1. Lynch.
Coroner John II, (losmnan.
Mayor John II. Lsnsden.
Treasurer J . It. Taylor.
Comptroller E. A. Ilurnctt
Clerk Michael llouley.
Marshal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P- H.Pope.
Police Magutratea F, Hross nnd II. Hhan
Chief ot Police L. JI. Mycta.
Police Constables John Hheshan, (day), nnd
Jos. II. Vclrrun and J. W. Sumner, (night.)
Mnjrnr John M. Lnnsden,
First Wnril-P. O. Sshuh.
Second Ward C. It. Wooawaril.
Third Ward Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward-S. Staata Taylor.
Clty-at-Lnrge W. P. Halliday nnd I). Hurd.
HOARD OF ALDK.HMK..V.
flRST WARD Jnmea Rennlen,
EOOND WARI H. II.;Cunnlnghnni,
THIRD WARD Wm. Strntton,
OURTH WARD James CarroK.J
(1. II. sense,
Time of Meeting.
Th r-iiv Council moeta In loint aosaion on
Prldav eveninir precejing the Drat Monday of
The Select Council meets on the first Wedncs.
I day and Thursday, ntler the second Monday in
VOAHII Or Al DI.RNrn,
The Board of Aldermen meets on tlio firs
onday nnd Tuesday In every month.
CQMMITTKKS OF TIIK COUNCIL.
On Sirfsh-Mossrs. Tnylor, Wnlder, Winter,
'Vood and Metcalf.
aid, Sense and Halliday.
Cmmi Messrs. wood, Cunningham ml hicu.
Fuiet an t Jat Mossrs. Carroll, Under and
OnHnancM Mera, Sense, Wnldor nnd luylor.
fire Ptpartnimt Messrs. H union, Swnyno nnd
UVMn- o....... .,..... in.i.
iimiAfU aiessis. r-ciiun, n iuio. ' " .
iVii9-MenM. Wooilwunl, Swayne nnd Ilude
Iff.aa.l Uienllnn anil laalall
I i f S r UI '71 n"1 " -
i l nvnr. ana iuessrs, tie
W i i
i tt ii a aii I enroll,
I'llMli-iilIni, entire, lltillriln iTll I IUiik-
(I'rom II e Argosy.
V lived fur nwny In tlio country in n
niftn- district. My fntlicr wns pojtinnstcr
"i tlio llttlu jiIhc'"', nml kept n few grocer.
hi fur nlo. ilul lio lnul cnougli i do to
mninliiln Ida family acnntlly nnd rdothu
tlicm decently. I wus sixteen, nnd house
Keeper; my mother wm dead, nnd 1 wnt
tho eldest of ita four children. Tho real
being younger, I atrovo to do mv hest for
Mv own L'rcnt trnnhln tl ipii was tin
clothei. Other young girls of our atn
tidti that I nsaoclitted with drcued better
than I could, nnd it grioved mu. Vimity
Lee-ins curlier than thai In tho female
hert. I hndo mndo uti nnd retimdc cvorv
nrticlo of mv mother' wardrobo for tho
children or for me, nnd worked up ovory
ihred to tho bi-tt uclvniitauo; und now that
was nil L'ot.e. and I did no-d u nuw dress far
the coining winter. I made my ihoea lnit
na long ngaln us other girls 'did, fur I
knew rny lather needed every alxncnco ho
could earn, nnd I drcudvd wanting nnv-
thine Not that hi; ever was cross, but
ho oiten alghed, and looked so pained nnd
sorrowful when I nsked for money, that 1
tried to do with u little as possible.
Ilul hero it wn tho lust of October; my
summer drce, poor enough tit nil time,
looked very paltry now.
One Siiturdnv afternoon I hall never
forget. Ills wimt I inn going to tell of.
My work nil done, tho children ut ulav in
thu orchard. I combed out my lonir. brown
hair; put on my bestcotton I'roek. (elected
n plain linen eollnr ol my own making,
nnd pined it iron ml my neuk with an old
breastpin, tho ohlv bit of iuwelry I had
over owned. With mo I think it vus nn
intinct to dress wcB. Not lino jonlv ncnt.
'i'hen, tKking out my last winter'a frock, I
ant down by tho window to too what I
could do nt renovating it. It was n light
blue merino vcrv light Indeed now and
know it wa too short for me, as I was
alill growing, and was very shabby. But
by turning mm putting in u wnio bund ol
trimming which I had, 1 thought it might
bo rmidoto nnwer , to I set to work with a
Tlio work win vexinir. I win trvini? to
lo what scarcely could bo dono : and na I
sat sewing, contriving, I felt tit to cry
over our poverty. Just then tho dog on
tho shop sill set up it loud barking, and 1
looked to m-o what it was at. a man was
coming in at tho gate with n pack on his
back ; a traveling peddler, I knew. lie
smiled and camo in, ulthough I said I did
not want anything; and tlio children, see
ing him, came rucnlng in too.
"I cunnut afford to bttv; indeed I can
not," I kept saying. But tlio man only
kept on smiling, nnd opened his pack on
tho parlor lloor. And it was too great a
troat to me to acc tho things, to make
The tirst that camo out wa just tho very
thing I had moat longed for a beautiful
nnc J-rencli merino, or dark crimson col
or. 1 had once seen n dress ot tins kind,
but none had ever been olfered for sale in
our little placet thnt could equal this
in shade or texture.
The peddler looked at me with his keen
black eyes aa I knelt down to feel the prize
nnu no nopo oi winning. " i lie lady
ill buy," he said; but 1 ahook mv head.
nnd crossing my hands behind nle. stood
up resolutely, trying hard not to long for
thy much-desired piece of tcoods.
"Not buy, he exclaimed, in it broken
language of some sort. I could not toll
whether Germnn or French, nnd ho look
ed so astonished, even pitiful, thai I felt
sorry al once, and confesH-d that I had no
money, and could not purchnfe.
" But thu beautiful young lady have
some old silver old j'uwelry old silk
dresses just good ns money ?"' -nid lie.
1 laughed at tho idea, but he onlv open
ed another package t J display t the boys
somn dumb watche with gay -hain, and
handing them each one, he took out a
doll for my littlo sister, nml told them
to run nwoy, now, ' till sister bought her
dress." I motioned to tlio boya to tny
near tho door-step, nnd then taking out
tho much-coveted dress-piece, I again ex
amined it. Sutnn wa tempting me, or
some vexatious spirit that doe-i duty lor
him, nnd never had I been so sorely
beset. How could 1 let it go, vet how pay
for it ?
Tho black eyc never left my fact, but
tho lellow was respectful, only bowing
lower as ne paid, "lou tinnK It good f '
"Oh. veal" 1 refilled. " L'ood for inn."
" Not so." ho said. " It suits vou much. I
and vou shall havo it cheap
" i tell you I hnvo no money.''
"Nomntter, I trust. You give me some
thing to keep for you, nnd I come again,"
"But I havo nothing," 1 insisted- Still
hoorilvsecmcd moreeaircrtinld soiuelhint:
of hard times, of having to staying nt thu
tavern, and tho expenses over Sunday, of
being so "very tired" and I with tlio me
rino in my hand nil tho while.
buddenlv he stepped closo to mo, pnint-
Inir to tho poor brooch I woro. 1 could
givo liim that, he snid: that is, lend it to
him in trust until he came again. Did I
think much of it, he asked.
Ilautrhedns I undid it. 1 did not
think much of it, but it was nil thojewelry
I possessed in tho world. I showed him
my namo on the back, " -Mabel. ' But it
yvus worn nearly legible now.
"Nearly unite, saitl lie. turning it
nbout in Ids hand. " It U very poor. '
iVnd this was true; tlio poor thin trold, if
it was gold, was all dinted and mashed tint,
tho original pin gone, and a nccdlo tied in
by tho eye with a thread served to fasten
it. Ono lartto stouo was sot in tho centro
as largo ns u pea surrounded by nino
smaller ones, but ono of thuso was lost out
long ago, nnd I had oltcn tried to II ml it
picco of yvhito glass to lit tho small cavity,
but had failed. Tho stones wcro all clns'-'.
as I believed, .So mo of tlio cirls in tho
villago would nsk me why I woro tho old
fashioned tiling ; nnd then I would shqyy
thoiu tho dim ".Mablo," on tho buck, nnd
toll thorn I hud beon named after tho name
thero. Homo ono hod given mv mother
tho pin for mo when I was bom ; and ho.
niothor, snid I should bear tho satno name.
Tho peddler kept It in his hand, and 1 no
ticed his lingers trembled.
ncn i pioKed up tho linen band to put
it around my nock, 1 did not know how to
taston it nt llrst without that familiar old
pin ; then I recollected how ofton tho girls
und told mo that n bow of ribbon would
look so much prettier. So, looking up n
small piece of velvet, I formed it bow, uiul
lelt moro than satlslled. .My father did
not got home to ton or to tmppor. I put
the children to bed after their slice of broad
and tronclo and u good washing.
"I'll bring It hack in threa months
time," said ho;"twon't bo o'no good to
me, but I'll tako It on trust. Or, if you
can pay sooner, J I shall ho about it
neighborhood all next week, and shall sleep
each night at inn."
Bo you very euro I did not hesllnto long;
tho temptation yvas loo great; so, thrusting
tho eld pin carelessly In his pocket, ho tied
up hit bundles, and with low bows left tlio
I could scarcely bollevo my good luck,
I spend out my now frock on the bed, und
hold it beforo mo to try thn effect. And
then I begun to repent. -My father, I
knew, would not give me die cross look;
but still I did lmto to toll him of thu
tyvelvo shillings I owed tho peddlor. I
would bo io saving for tho noxl. threo
months, that ho would loso nothing by the
bargain, I'd scrnpo it together myself.
At 10 o'clock .1 note came, nying somo
, busincn had detained my father ; that I
mu UUkLUr Hill liMltan ntwl frill.,.
Ibis was nothing- very uiiusunl, ns his
manors oiten kept liim Inte. 1
was .piito ii Haiil littlo woman in maimce-
iiiotii, und did ni I wm bid. .My fattier
fi'iiti.i ..... i . . . . -
"" tuoiu 111 wmi nis iiitcii-kov. Un
cjuiiuaymorning nt breakfast ho children
showed him their watches nnd doll. I
said nothing about tho drcsf. for It struck
(l..ll... I I.I . '
...V mi loosing nnxiotls.
neru a your iireust-pin, .Mnbel 7 " (in
asked, m tho children ran out beforo tlio
uoor amir breaklust.
Tho breast-pltil 1 yvus frightened at
vnuy. no nau never asked niter it or
noticed it before. Ho must have heard of
wntu i nad done and wus nngry"
" Father, 1 hnvo not got it! '
oxclolmed nt once, readvlto cry.
" Not pt it I What do vou mean
child 't ou surely woro it yesterday ? "
" 1 Cf. Sir. " I renlled. find It Is nil
safe, 1 wa Just going to tell you nbout it
wncn you lrigntencd mo."
"Well 1 don't wish to frighten you. my
dear; I had no thought of such n thlnir.
tulm yourself, Mabel, while-I toll you of
a letter i recciveu ycslerduy, and then you
can get tho pin at vour.leisure. You can
got It r
"I can get it, fntlicr. Or, rather ynu ran.
But 1 hopu you will not bliiino me. What
have you heard about it?'
"W ell, my dear, listen. Wo hnvo never
attached any value to that old pin, only
that n good, kind woman gavo it to vour
mother to keen for you, and no wodldlicep
it because of that. !Shi win u atranger to
u, poor lady, nnd was in dlstrcf!,andyour
mother was kind to her. Bui alio lot. tho
place soon after you was born, nnd wo
never heard moro of her. Yesterday,
however, I got n letter from n long distance,
asking ubuut that very pin, and describing
it, even to tlio mime on tlio line),-. It i
very valuable. Mabel.
My heart wm beating ten stroke, where
it should huve bent but one.
"The pin wo have set ro storo by is of
great vnltie, Mnble. The centre diamond
nlotie is worth what to us would bo n for
tune. Ami it Is nil yours, my dc-nr; you
can convert the diamond' Into 'money and
bo at euse for life.
What with tho o-'erpowcrihg surprise
nnd what with fear of my father's linger,
I fainted. When 1 eame'to myself on the
eofu in the parlor tho children vcto there,
and it was to Into to go to church. I felt
bewildered, arid trembled, yet, but listened
attentively to my father nshe rend the im
portant letter from London. Then 1
sprang up wildly.
" O, father, father, go down to the
Black Morse ! " 1 exclaimed. "Tho ped
dler is there nnd ho has my pin."
Jiy lather llrst thought yvus that tho
good fortune had turned my brain. 1 ex
plained all to him. Ho was very kind,
never ssolding mo; but, ns to llndfug tho
pin nnd the peddler, ho know moro of tho
world than his foolish child, nnd was not
However, ho thought it beitto go, and
fur me to go with him. tio in a few mo
menta wo were walking down to the Black
Horse. Tho landlord was sitting alone in
his front porch, i-moking quietly. He
looked surprised when we walked up tho
steps, but very politely invited ui into tho
parlor, explaining Unit hi' women folks
had gono to church.
" Is there a ptddler staying with you,
M r. Ford V began my lather.
"A peddler? no, ' exclaimed tho land
lord, us if tho question vexed him. I have
not seen a peduler for three yvecks. and the
one that was hero then did not pay h bill."
I must hnvo turned very pale, nt this,
and felt faint again. .Mr." J-ord wanted
mo to take a cordial. My father turned
it oir, saying that I yvns tired. Then ho
said thnt I had mode n littlo bargain witli
a peddler tho day beforo, und that we
wished to scttlu with him.
'(iot cheated, 1 warrant," said tho bluff
old landloid: "but no Mich man camo to
this house yesterday. 1 do recollect noyv
that Joe. my hostler, said ho w a fellow
with a big b'lack box or bundle come up
the bunk from the creek just after tho
stago passed ; hut I didn't pay any atten
tion to him."
My father gave up nil hope ut once, but
1 could not boliovo tny fortuno was gone.
He tried to comfort me, saying I was just
ns well off n.- before, and had n new dress
into tho bargain. How 1 hated the
thought of my beautiful merino!
Vell, it is of no use to prolong my
story, or tell you of all tho etlorts mudo to
catch the adroit thief. Ho was no ped
dler, but a clerk in that very law oftico
from which tlio letter w sent tolling us
of tlio diamonds. Ho managed to delay
tho letter to my futher for a post or two ;
hastened ayvny'himsclf, and obtained my
Wo "ever found liim ; wo never heard of
him. Ho must have got oil' somewhere
over the sen with his prize. My poor, toil-
ine: father, nhvavs centle, did not reproach
mo: but to this day tho rcgrot liea heavily
on mv mind; tor What might nnvo 1 not
i V.i(.. i.i. -i ni i -.i ii
uono ior mm ami inoucnrciiiiurcn wiwi an
And tho lady who had given mo tho pin
did not know until sho wus dving tho val
ue it was of; nnd that caused n stir. Ah,
mo ! it was one of thoso chanccn in life that
perhaps wo all miss ou occasions; "tho
tldo in tlio a Hairs of men that taken nt the
flood leads on to fortune." And about
my crimson dress? For u long while,
shabby though I wits I could not
look at it or let it Lo mndo up. But time
smooths trouble-. And I must my that
it mndo a charming gown ; nnd one who
yvus an nrti-l saw mo and made mo his
wife. .So, perhaps, it nil happened for the
IHDHS! WHS ! ! I'KLTS ! ! !
BUEKETT & CO..
Have opened a llido Store in Thornton' llloek
Tenth street, where the highest ensh price will
bo paid fur Hides, Sheep Tells, Turn nnd Tal
low, We uui pny higher puces t tin it was cyor be
fore paid fur the name art elos nt this city.
Come nnd see ii,
HUKNKTT A CO
KKAI KSTATt: A.JENT.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
"I (SKCONI) KI.OOK) OHIO I.KVKK,
llVY AND SEM, llK.U. K.STATK,
FUUNISH All ST It ACTS OF TITLK
A' I procarn Conveyances of Kinds.
IJi. 11UVKTT, k .SOX,
Importers, Miinufiioturern nnd .lubbers of
Itrnss mill crmnu Silver
No. 25 S. TiiuiuSthekt,
I3ULLETIxN, FRIDAY, JfOVEAfBEK 3, 1871.
GENERA J. AGENTS
FORWAltl)IN(i and COMMISSION
DEALER?. IN FLOUR;
And ml. ol
Ohio Hltrr Mini Kannwliis
70 Ohio Lf.vkk,
F. 8. MURRAY,
GAS AND STEAM FITTER
HAS REMOVKIl yitOM 1'F.rtRV IIOU.ME
BKICK BUILDING on SEVKNTII ST
orrosiTK wi.vmt'a iii.ock,
HE has greatly improved hi" stock, nnd hna
now un hand ail klcl- nf
1T.NDK.VTS, HALL I.IOHT!,
OLOJIK.S, BIIAHKS, KTC.
HE HAS MAKKElT DOWN l'KICES
o the Ion eat living figure, nnd lie Invitea the
natronag nf thn pnMte.
S A M W ILSON,
o rt o c r. rt i k s .
Ohio Lkvkk : : : : : Caiiio, III.
odsii rnouriLt hi ltd.
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
No. 70 Ohio l.evee,
CAIRO, I L I. I N C 1 H.
Special attention giYn to Consignment
l bin: orders.
LOUIS JORG KNSKN,
I'ealer In nil kinds of
STAPLE AND FANCY
t'armer'is Vnrsl mill SIiiIiIIiik
Cor, WaHhiiitnii-nv and Twentieth.st.,
MOORK & MATHKWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Deeornllvr PaperliniiKlUK, Kitlnoiii.u.'
Done in the hluhcst ttyle ol the ail, aud
ruies iniuueiy eoiiipeiiiion.
SHOP IN FKKHY 110UHK, COHNKIt OK 8TU
8TIIEKT AND CMMKHt'IAL AVKNUK.
CARL L. THOMAS,
Is ptepnred to do all kinds of plain nndoinn.
KALSOMININO, PAPEU HANGING
HION W1I1TIN0, KT 0 .,
At tlKurei which defy nil coinpetlon, and in the.
highest style it the palutcr'n url,
SHOP IN THE PEHHY HOUSE,
COltNKK Of COMMKItCIAL AYKNVK AND
NTOVK.N. TI.N WAIli:, KT',
A. II A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin nnd Hollow Wnre, Clothes Wringers Vollo,
Wnre, Conl Hods, KlreHhoTi-K Air i(ntj.
TIN, ZINC. COPPER AND SHEET
No. 1GG Washington-avenue,
Dfrlloofini: liiilleniiK, nnd all kinds of Ji b
irorl; donent shnilpt nmlee. tehlrlif
n it v u o n h.
71. FALL WINTER. Vi2.
C. 11 AN NY.
S Till P E S,
KKNTUCK Y JKAXS, KXTIl.s,
jGROS GRAIN SILKS,
JjARG K STOCK OF CARPETING,
OIL C LOTUS,
(II LT llAMlf,
Ills KntlrrNlorkNow 'lulnK Out
VERY LOW FIGURES.
CORNER Bui ST., ANIl COMMKRCI Al.-AV.,
rilK ONLY I1KI.IA1ILK OIKT KNTKItl'ltlSK IN
I N ' A L V A R It V. C 1 l'TS
To liedlatrilmled In
Xi. X). SIDE'S
lUml ltPKHl..r Monthly
To hndrami Mondny, Kov.J", 1C71.
Thu 4. rand 'iiillalH uf H.1.00H rnrhln
Tun prueo, Jl.f oo j Kire iirlten JJik); Ten prlr.es,
"", ! ill iiivviiuiiunn,
TVHOLK NUM1IKH CA81I (IITTS, 1,000.
One Hoise and lliifnty, with allvcr.plnted
harness, torth lam oo
One tine Koseuood I'intio. worth rssi Oo
Ten Kamilj Helns innchliies.encli worth IU0 oo
rife neny eased ijum uiiiiiiiik uutciieH
nnd heavvllolil Clinlns. woriln.neh inn on
Ten Ladies' (lulu Hunting wmchen woith
encii. , pm o
K.ht hundreil giildniiil ller leter hunt.
inK waicnes u nil) noun iroiu t.u to
Ladles' Cold LuoiuIiih Chnlns, (ient's Hold Vest
chains, mlver-plulod enstorn, nolid i-ihrr iindiinil.
ble-plated luhlo nnd tensniions, hn'y handled
dinner kniveH, llcr-plmeil iiinur lurks, sllier
tbv i-nius, I'liuioumpii luinuiis, mines' ffoiii
breastpin, ahiit studa nml sleeve liiiltons, flimer
rinit'i gold pins (sllier eMi iislmi,! ele.
nnuiu niiuiucr kih"i ""'. Ili-Kets iitniten in
Aaents wanted to t.ell Tklit-titn uhoin lihern.
Bre in I u in will he pnid,
icilotlvket )1 i rix tickets i tnelie tickets ll
r.t.,.iA i.. r,n r ...i.u. n
ncription of thu iiihii-ii-i ol'ilruniii);, und oilier In
forinntioii in refen-ne.s to the cll.lntniilon, will he
sent many one onlerit n thctii. .Mil Ioiiits inii-t
he ndd res. cd to I, II. sK, llux bii,
01 1 in:, i.clniiati, O,
nil west cm m. i r iiiiwijr
ererywhere for the largest Uuptlsl piper in the
world. Able wiilers, ml the news, und eonstnut
improvemeniM. I'M Mniket Itepoit. bundny
Hufieol Depiiitmenl lesson evi'iy hi ek An In
Hextblo ndviM-nlii nf lliiiisi prlneipleH. O.Vf.'
prut ; ouly '-'.ril) pur veur. 'I he u ot ui.loni.li.
ini( premium und eluhblti I st ei- mlured, or
liberal cash coiiiiiiUhioiis uul t- Specimen
copy aim piiriu-uiiirs i tr loan who win writo lo
W. If. MOHBIIS It. II. OANDKK
Notary Tilbllo, No. Pub. nnd U. S. Ccta.:
HULL, CARGO, LIVE STOCK,
Assets t'.W.iOi 97
NORTH AMKHICA, PA.,
Asel.- 2,lt3,m OO
11 ARTFORD, CONN,
Assets 2,Mt,JlO 7?
Assets.. 1,7(1,111 8
INTEIl.VAT10.VAL, .V. Y.,
Assets., I,rJ,19I U
Assets 7O0,lS7 01
Aistts. .I5,T3 t
Assets 5I3,i7 U
AMERICAN CENTRAL, MO.,
CON.VKCTICCT MUTCAI. LIFE,
Assets -jh.w.oijO 10
TRAVELKIt'l, HARTFORD, LIFE AND
RAILWAY I'ASNKXOERs' A9HURANCE
Assets 5111,009) i
Assets S30,rj 6
SAl'TOKD, MOIIHIS & CANDKE,
71 Ublo Isjs,
City Xatlonnt Hank, CAIRO, ILL.
EIRE AND MARINE
1 3ST S TJ J IsT O EJ
NIAGARA, N. Y.,
AsskIs ll.A3B.tlC ir
OERMANIA, N. Y..
As.et 1,01,721 71
HANOVER, N. Y
Assets 726,162 00
RKPUIILIC, H. Y.,
Comprising the Underwriters' Agency.
YONKERS. N. Y..
Asset 87MM It
Asset 453.193 23
FIREMEN' FUND. S. F.,
Assets V7D.0O0 Ot'
BECURITY, N. Y. MARINE.
Assets 1.132.819 OU
STORI.-, DnellniKs, I'urnltilre, Hulls und Car-roi-s,
iiisiiri-d at rates ns fiiToruble ns ound.
periiinnent seeiirlly will warrant.
1 restuM-tltillv ask ni thn ritl
shire ol their pntronaje.
OtHee-at First National
.tloul Siu-erNiiriil, Populnr nnit l'erfrl
01 the period ai our well-kiunn
Roth are of the slniplest construction, and J
easily managed thnt we Kimrnutee them togire
As no nrticlo In the household has aureater In
fluence III tirotiwitlnff Hip Iim.iIIIi. fiiitifnpt n,l h.n.
plness of the funiily uncle, limn the cooking
r'JJA"iri,i?.'K",:.wr.11 Pulic- lo get the
- "VMIJ1 Hid
You enn relv on fcretlinL. (Iia mnMt ,!...... n.i
lllnr nnd perfect cooninir hIovh erer uiade'."
loll are ulwnia euro of havlnir Jnlnv. Ton.lMr and
Ilelicioua lleefstnkes, Chicken, Ham, Chupe. etc.
Kxcelsior Manufacturing Company,
tH2 and till N. .Muiu-st.,Bt. Louis, Mo.
AND ALL LIVE HTOVK I ALERU.
C. W. HENDERSON, Agent,
SIXTY.FIVK FIRST PItlZK
TIIK 1 1 It K AT
HALT I MO RE
WM. KNAHK & CO.,
IIIIAND, MJl'ARK AND t'l'RIUHT
These liiHtrtnilfUts havi been hetore tha nubile
tm neiitly thirty years, nnd upon their excellence
nlotie nltnlned mi njniirs.iml piwiiiurr, which
piuiiuuuces ineiu iint-ipiHit-u ui
&0 All Olll' .S'llflirt' VlMit hllH Illir luiw Nau Tin
pioved Ihoislrung Ci-nle nnl the .tiiiiyte TttUt
We would uill special ulleutliiii to our We
I'lilenled liiiproveineuts in (iniM. Puniu and
tit'lUl.tlUANI,lollllll in mi ol he i- I'iiuio, which
prints nit riuiio ueurer peiluvtiuu than ins yet
EVERY 1'IANI) FULLY WAR RANTED TO
llluatrated Ualuloguesand I'rlce I.iata ptomptly
furnished on triplication to
WM. KNAHK .,
I rcit (LIST
AT DARCLAT.l' DRUO BTORK.J
MOCKING bird food;
ah. itir rot ran wtnort tisvu
GRAPE ( CATAWBA ) t ORAPM 1 FILM
nwkl CATAWBA S I. sj OKArKS
GRAPE (.CATAWBA i 1 1.0RAPE $ PILLS
aim ah or
FRE'H FROM FIRST II AND",
Always to atoek In Urge aupply, and fur ala b
Far kjr Uk ttlawa BtttU r Sanaa
WbTExtba I'ini Cologne;
aT-GE.vui.vK Imported Extiuct;
MLTITair, Tooth and Nail Bruhhes
India Rubber Nuxkiry Ooor
PURK "WHITE LEAD
PURE FRENCH ZINC.
Best grades In lar(e stock and ta
rlety, very eheap;
Full Lime or Colorb,
sir ai tx oil;
l'alnt Bruihei, Ltaaeed Oil,
Whitewash P. Jshim Turpentine,
Varolshae Xte, etc.,
ALL Klbl AISD SIAKBi qrALITIU
CAIRO CITY COAL
la prepared to supply ctistomtr with the .beat
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at lUUkjay Bros, office, 70 OHIO
LEVEK. or at tha Coal Yard belosf tha Ht.
CnarUa Hotel, will receW prompt atteolloi.
THETlHi "MONTAUK'rwlllbrlocoaJ alone
aide ateamtra at any Hour. ocMlf
THE BEST TONIC IN USE I
rMH NALK BT
E. P. MAYNARD, PROP'R
et 4, 9. SOBSXKB,
AOS Norttl Eighth SL, PhllacU.
A color and dressing that will
uot burn the hair or injure the
It does uot produco a color
mechanically, as the poisonout
It gradually restores the hi
to its original color and lustre,
by supplying new life and vigor.
It causes a luxuriant growth
of soft, fine hair.
The best ' and safest article
Clean and Pare. tfoiedimeHhM