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THIS CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1873.
Continued from firt paffc. 1
Wort Will be made, n
the Immediate futuro lo Induco tho re
tafl of at many peaceably disposed
Indians to the Indian lorrllory at can be
MttUd ntonorlv without disturbing the
harmony of tboto already tbero. Thero
li no otbar location new available wheru a
people wbo ore endeavoring to acquire a
Unowledgo of paitoral and agricultural
purulu,cn be accommodated as upon tho
unoccupied land in tbo Indian territory.
A territorial govornment should, how-
vtr, protect tbo Indian lrom tno in
road of wbilet for a term or years
uttll they becomo sufficiently advanced
in the arts and civilization to -uard tliclr
owa rights and from tho diipoi.il of lnrida
held them. From the tamo period during
Mm latl fiscal year tbero wero disposed ol
out of tho public lands 11,804,075 acrrt n
nuantltv irreater bv 1.099.270 seres than
u diiDoied of tbo iircvlous tear. Of
thli amount 1,370,3'JO acrei wero sold fur
cash. S89.4G0 acrct located witli military
warranu. 4.071.332 acres tnkon for
homestead. C93.013 acres located with
college scrip, 3,654,887 acres granted to
railroads, 405,341 acrct grumcu to
waironroadt. 714,255 acres given to
state as swamp land, 6,700 ncres located
It Indian scrip. The cash receipts from
all sources in tbe land office amount to
13,218,109. During the same poriod 22,
OltS.GO acres of the nubile lulids wero stir
yeyed, which, added to tbn quantity ecforo
surveyed, amounts 10 000,304,01 u acres,
leaving 1.257,033,623 acres of tbe public
lands still unsurvcyed. mo reports irom
the subordinates of tbe land oflica contain
interesting infurinatlon in regard to their
respective districts. They mention the
faithfulness of the toil during tho past
season, as tbe increasod yield of nil kinds
of products evinces.
In those states and territories whoro mi
ning is the principal business, agricultu
ral products have exceeded tho local de
mand, and liberal shipmcnU havo been
made to distant countries.
During the your ending September 30,
1872, thorn worn issued irom tho patent
office 13,020 patents. 233 extensions, nnd
S56 certificates and register of trade
marks. During tame time 19,587 appli
cations for patents including reissues and
designs havo beon received, and 3,100
caveats tiled. The fees recolvod during
the tame time amounted to $53,030 nnd
the total expenditures woro $Gi!,355,390,
making the net receipts over tbo expend!
tures $7,740,050. Sinco 1830 200,000 ap
plications for patents have beon filed nnd
about 134,000 issued. The offices being
conducted under tho tame laws and gen
eral organisation at wero adopted at the
original inauguration, when only 100 to
600 applieationi wero mado per annum.
The commissioner thowa tbo office has
outgrown the original plan and that, now
organisation has become necessary. This
subject was preionted to congress in n
special communication in February last
with my approval and the approval of the
secretary of interior, and the suggestions
contained in said communication wero
embraced in tho bill that whs reported to
tbe bouse by tbo committee on patents,
at the last seision. The subject of the reor
ganization of tho patent-office as content-
filated by the bill referred to it ot such,
mportance to the industrial interest of
the country that I commend it to tho at
tention of congress. The commissioner
also treats the subject of the separation of
the patent-office from the department of
tbe interior. Tbls subject is also em
braced in tbe bill heretofore referred. Tho
commissioner complains of the want of
room for tbe model gallery and for tho
working force and the necessary flics of
Tbe amount paid for pensions in tho
last fiscal year is $30,169,840, an amount
larger by $3,708,434 than was paid during
the precoeding year. Of this amount $2,
113,409 were paid under act
of congress of February 17, 1871, to tbe
survivors of tbo war of ltM'J. Tho annual
increase of pensions by tbo legislation of
congress has more than kept pace with
the national yearly losses from tho rolls.
The act of June 8, 1802, has added an
estimated amount of $760,000 per annum
to the rolls without increasing tho number
of pensions. We cannot therefore look
for any substantial decrease in tbo ex
penditures of this department for some
time to cctnn, or so long ns congress con
tinues to so chanco the dates of
pensions. Tbe whole number of
soldiers onlisted in tbo war of tho
rebellion was 2,688,553. The total
number of claims for invalid pensions is
176,000, being but 0 per cent, of tbe whole
number of enlisted men. The total num.
ber of claims on band at tin beginning of
toe year was at.eou: me number received
during the year was 20,574; tbo number
disposed of was 35,178, malting ajnot gain
of 1,604 j the number of claims now on
file is 79,85; on the 30th of June, 1872,
there were on the rolls tho names of 05,
405 invalids; military pensioners 113,518;
widows, orphans and dependent relatives,
making an aecrecate of 208.923 annv
pensioners. At the same timo thore were
on the rolls tbe names of 1.449 navv non
sioners, and 1,730 widows, orphans and de
pendent relatives, makiog tbe whole num
ber of naval pensions 3.179. Thorn havn
been received since the passage of the net
to provide pensions for tho survivors ol
the war of 1812, 36,661 applications prior
to June 30, 1872. Of these there were al
lowed during the last fiscal year 20,120
claims; 4,845 were rejected during tho
year, leaving 11,080 claims pending at
.that data. The nurobor of pensions of
all classes granted during tbo last fiscal
year was 33,380. During that poriod
there dropped from tbe rolls for various
causes 9,104 names, leaving a grand total
of 232,229 pensioners on 'tbo rolls on tbo
30th of June, 1872. It is thought thnt
toe claims ror pensions on nc
couat of the war of 1812 will
11 be disposed of the first of May 1873.
It is estimated $30,348,000 will bo re
quired for the pension service during tho
next fiscal year.
60055c. Receipts: Flour 24,000; Wheat
22u,Q0O, corn 484,000; oats 29,000. Mess
pork nominal $10. Lard quiet 8c.
Whiskey quiet nominal 93c.
Nbw York, Dec. 2, 12:16 p.tu.-Gold
122; NY O 96; Krl. 62); M a 941; R 1
llii; N W O 77; pfd 904; U and M 70S;
U P 87; 1'ac 89; Nov. V; Wabash 70$;
O and M 47J.
Naw Yobk, Dec. 2, 12:15 p.m.-Oold
12 1; U S 6t'81 12I3; do coupons 10J-
(a)it; o-aos or oa i.ij; do ts utus, uu
'05 new issue 15JW10S; o '07 15($IC;
do '63 coupons 16jfl6; 10-40s 8; do
coupons 81a9; currency os it($m,
sterling ex ojl0, new 0s Hjioj.
Naw Oslka.ns. Nov. 2. Arrived : Con
tlncntal, Jno. Kilgour, Robort Mitchell,
W r Uurtlt. lleceiptt: nour 'Alio, corn
3.770. oatt 578. bav 240. pork 5,22, cot
ton 6.320. bacon 131, caskt 110, boxes
bams 135, tierce lard 131, tiorces210, kegs
whiskey 200. Flour dull, common $4 60;
low treble $0 87; choice $7 877 88;
choice extra $1 60fnt9 60. Corn is in (air
demand, 6862o for mixed, yellow and
white. Oats dull. 45c. Dran it in good
domand. $1 26. Pork dull and nominal
I3c; bacon dull, &t89c; bams 10-
17. J.ard is in lair demand, tsjc; kg
9Jc. Uotton lSjc. sterling 22; sigiu t
Cuicaoo, Not. 2, Hogs roceipts 20,000
to zi.ouo; range J 0(a4 lu.
Cincinnati. Nov. 2. Flour steady,
Wheat steady; red $1 60(3)1 67. Corn un
changed. Cotton quiet und unchanged.
Whiskey firm at 88o. Pork nominal.
Cut meats unchanged. Ilacon unchanged.
Hogs dull at $3 C53 80; bulk or salos
$3 76. lteceiptt 12,731. Green meats
quiet, firm, and unchanged. Lard quiet;
tteam 77c; kettle 7c.
Cuicaoo, Dec. 3. Flour firm and un
changed. Wheat irregular, $1 091l 10
cash December; $1 111 January. Corn
quiet and steady, 31 Jo cash Deceinbor;
3li January. Oatt quiet, 24lc cash De
cember; 24 J24jc January; 24 j25c Feb
ruary. Rvo tlroiic; saleablo Gi57J no
round lott offering. Hurley steady and in
fair demand, 61J02c. Provisions quiet.
Pork nominal. $12 26 cash offered; $12
January; $12 37 March; no sales. Lard
steady, 4(2 7c cash; 7J: January; nomi
nal 7Jc March. B P hams steady, 8(3
104c; green hams steady and unchanged.
7 to 77c; other green meals held pre
vious prices; cut meatt partly tured nom
inally unchanged; boxed tteadv talcs; S
clear 64c. Whiskey quiet and steady;
St. Louis, Nor. 2. Flour unchanged.
Wheat little doing and sample lots scant,
Ho 2 tall 86c. corn quiet 3Zjc elevator.
Oats firmer !25Jc warehouse. Rye and
barley unchanged. Whiskey quiet 90c.
Pork nothing doing. Dry salt meats
easier, packed lots ot shoulders 4c; clear
rib Cc; clear CJc; baton nothlngd olog.
Lard, only order trade.
ST. Louis, Dec. 2. Flour unchanged.
Wheat dull and heavy for (prlng, Ann for
butter grades full camples, lot red 81 85.
Corn dull und ualcr, .No 2 mixed 32:i.T.c:
No 2 white mixed :i4e. Oats inactive, No 'i
mixed 2.')a23, Hurley quiet and unchanged.
Kyo held II rin, No 2 C-.'c Pork dull and nom
inal, mess ollerod at $12 60 without buyer.
Dry salt meat dull for order lots. MiouUlers
4at!c; clear rib G)G!; clear sides 0J. Ila
con little oiierins, no demand, lew clear Hi
old, 9e; nominal lor other kinds. Lard (Hill
and nominal, lie prime Meant, round lots.
WhKkcv Mcidv 'Mc. Cattle nulct and un
changed. Ilogt dull nnd heavy $3 7&u4 pack
cm lots, Receipts 10,000.
Livxlt. Business was
lively in tbe
Reported Etp:cially for the Bulletin.
CONVENING OF CONOKKSS.
Washington, Dec. 2. Both senato and
house will commence sessions with unusu
ally full attendance. Weather bright and
mild. Galleries crowded. Houio called
to order at noon by Speuker Blaine. The
attendanco of members very large, gal
leries crowded, proceedings opened with
prayer by Chaplain Butler, tb roll was
Senate met noon, vice presldont in tbe
chair, all leading senators present.
Chaplain in opening prayer alluded to
tbe death of Mr. Greeley at that of one
whose pen had given direction to public
thought and wbo had been a benefactor
The bouso was notified of tbo senate
readiness for business. A number of bills
were introduced, among thorn one by Mr.
Sumner to strike from United States flags,
nd tbe army regester, all record battles
fought with fellow citiienr.
Niw Yow, Dec. 2, 12:10 p.m. FJour
cjuiet. 'Wheat quiet steady $1 49(5,1 61;
red $1 CbQl tOj amber $1 71 T7.
(fera iUA steady 04c, Oats quiet sltjsuj
The Ladies Out. Shopping was tbe
order of the day among tho ladios yester
day. The sunsbino was an ally of the
merchants nnd in all the stores all hands
were kept busy.
Aitlt at Onck. Prof. Kodenbaugb
is in town, and thoso wishing to take
guitar or violin lessons bad better apply
inmcdiatoly, as tbo classes aro being
mado up. Ho will perforin on tho violin
before tho singing class this evening.
Wanted. A situation us a clerk or
salesman in Cairo or contiguous country.
Best of references given. Address P. O-
box 647, or apply at Commercial hotel'
Cairo. , 12-3-1 w.
Sinoino. Tbero will bo singing at the
conservatory of music TO-NIGHT. All
are invited. Class in rudimonts of music
will commenco at half-past seven o'clock-
Bo prompt. Those who wish to join tho
class can do so this evening. Tuition only
$2 per torm.
Bkevitie. Water is scarce, and so it
Tho gentlo rain of Sunday morning
playod itself out after an hour's effort to
get in earnest about tbo matter and pour
John Lally, a woll known Irishman
of tho Fourth ward was burled on Sunday
at Villa llldge. The St. Patrick bonovo
lent association, of which the deceased
.was a membor, turned out in forco.
Pork packing it not one of Cairo's in
stitutions just now. Wail until the cold
breozes of a few weeks luter blow und then
Col. John Wood will rush at this branch
The Hullidayt'Jnew wharfboat will
be docked at soon at tho arrives hero from
Vicksburg, and will bo thoroughly re
paired. Tho price paid was $12,000, but
after repairing ber tho cost will amount to
Policeman Mehnor proclaims his in
tention to be a candidate for polico magis
trate at the ensuing municipal election.
He has great confidence in his ability to
beat Chief Meyers, who it also casting a
wistful eye in the direction of Sbanncssy's
Mr. Robert Summers of (ho Columbus
'Dispatch,' was in tho city yesterday, lie
bas been a resident of Columbus about
six years, and has not, wonderful as it may
seem, been shot at, cut or robbed. If any
of tho valorous Columbusitct becotno In
sulted at this, they need not bunt their
pistols, We assure them wo aro only jok
ing. Col. John Wood has aspirations for
the mayoralty, wu are informed. The
colonel would bo a lively executive. Ho
wuu.u iuuku lumgs num, and huvo his
own woy or u fun, and may bo both. Uo
alu't Scotch for nothing. W, lnolto j, .
"Push ahead; keep moving," a wh(J1
his fellow citizens wish to rest hu becomes
restless and puthct things and hit fellow
citirent occasionally boosts them olotig
with a metaphorical kick.
-It is here, the tplzoot. A number of
bom-it arc affected. Perry mourns
-Sles.rs. S. Murcblldonund J. UOlcCilte
uksoclttte judae. of tho county court, aro in
town attcudlug court
-Mr. It. 8. Yocum took poclou of the
office of Circuit Clerk yesterday. We wish
blm Joy uud u louy loatu,
Cept. Ilea, president of the Mitnisslppj
VaUtjr XraxjtDuttaUtS Co.. it U Ut ally
on business connected with his lino of boats
December came in like a lamb yesterday,
nnd tho first day of winter was almost as
genial nnd quite as sunshiny nnd cloudless
nt the first day of spring always ought to be.
Our renders will, bear In mind Tuesday
evening, December 17, Is tbo time appointed
for that entertainment relcrrcd to In our is
sue of Sunday last. l,ook sharp for advertisement,
DIKI). At tho St. Charles hotel, on Friday
night last, of Infant lockjaw, Infant daughter
of Kdward W. nnd Emma W. llnlllday of
mis city. Yesterday tbo parents started
with tho rorpe to Memphis, where It will
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY
A place where you cau buy as much for
as you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
The undorslgned would respectfully in
form tho public that they have fitted tbeir
now store house on Eighth street with tbe
finest and best assortod stock of
general merchandise over before brought
to this market, and in order
to securo a large portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE AKE DETERMINED TO SELL
OUR GOODS AT LOWER
ANY OTIIKR VMTAR.
LISHMENT IN TUB VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for the coming fall and
winter trado of this locality, and consists
of Ladios, Gents and Children's
BOOTS &c 8HOBS,
HATS & CAPS.
And all other articles to be found iu a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department Is complete in
all its details. Our stock of
is the largest in tbe city, and we are en
abled to offer special inducements to purchasers.
In Gentlemena' Clothing, Boots and
Shoes, Hats, Caps, and furnishing goods
wo aro fully prepared to meet all do
mands at prices defying competition. As
it is to tbe interest of every one to buy
where goods are cheapest and best
we cordially invite the public
to call and examine our stock before pur
Our establishment is located on tbe east
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
TO THE PTJBEIO.
Anticipating a decline In prices of
ot all kinds and desirous that our cus
tomers should know we are determined
to carry.out our promUes of cheap printing
we feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady Increase of business
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience In business and
together with our advantages tu tbe
tiliri'iiaati and a 1a Mint r t At a.
J- ai BVIWIattwU VI tU I WU
cuttomcrt may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ot their very liberal
imiruiingo. ire luviifl your attention to us
following reviled Hit ol
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on good 14 lb paper, ueatly executed ac
cording to tlxe perM f 4 MtoO 60. For other
qualities add the difference In the cost of the
on 14 lb paper, Flat Cap or same quality ot
Folio l'Obt. IterM tt OOtot 00: nr ona.hilf
m a w to if w.
POSTB JEi S
full sheet, half sheet, quarter sheet, eighth
sheet and sixteenth .sheet at from $3 00 to
mV VM 1JUI ill.
Uy a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will find that our
per M f & O0to7 00, according to site and
quality of paper; porone-halfM 93 00to4 00.
on ordinary size per M i OOtoS DO, accord-
iS," na luslity. CouunercUl per M
94 Wto.1 00.
inr M, according to size and weight, 95 OOto
7 00 ; per one-half M. according to sUe and
weight, 93 OOto 00. .
D BAT TICKETS
(r H 94 90U4 W, agecrdifig to order.
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor.
(OLD 1'OST OKF1CK STAND.)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Ave
The best brands ol Cigars, cholco Wines,
Liquors, etc., always on nana.
3-Opeu day and night.
SALOON AND HEADING ltOOMS
5Ll.eie;it,d WINTER'S BLOCK.
WHiiuvs vissi a, f
rARKER & MONTAGUE
Tha best brands of dears, choice
es, Liquors, etc., always on band ti
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN SiTM, Proprietor.
toi Onmmsreial Avenue, CAIRO, JLLINOl
Bil brand of Oallfo iOI(arsu rolvJ,
niLMARD aaloon furnlshsd with the best
of tablet : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
and citraraof thenest branR
(Open Day and Night)
J. E. PARKS, Propriator,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th and flth streets,
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
A fine now Dlnlne Hall wlth'everr con
venience has been added to this popular
Restaurant, and the guests will flu j every
requisite for their accomodation.
THE BILL OF FARE
consists of every substantial and delicacy of
u supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIGARS
CtTMlxed drinks prepared with ewe.
WIHBB ABB E.IHOURS).
J O. SMITH,
wBouiiia asriiL anvta n
I WINES AND LIQUORS-
And proprietor of ne and spendld
No. 7& OHIO Lkvxk,
Our Homo Advertisers.
Keeps constantly on hand the choicest of
'Wines and Liquors, which he will sell at tbe
very lowest nffures. Call and examine.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
j 'WHOLESALE GKOOKES, j
Alte, keep OBttuUjr sa band a most turn
pUt itoek of
IOOTOH AD ISUBH WHISKIES
S I N H.
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba "W ines
RUUTTH A CO. stll xolnslvdy for cash, to
wbleb fact they lavit lb etpMlal t no
tion f oloie bargain bnjrari.
F. M. ST OO KF LET II,
scceaatoa o roita ivooarura
Ketllr suaii Wholesale isoale-r
rosrdsxts ssst4 Domaatie
WINES AND LIQUORS
No. 62 Ohio Lmvii,
tela Whittles, Frcneb Brtadfoi, Uo IujJ Og
Rhine and Cullforn la Wine i8n
EkceDion hand eonittatlv a full storks
Old Kentucky Bourbon, Kve aad Moaonla
HYLAND A SAUER,
AMD DI1LKKS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Or EVERY DESCRIPTION,
Cornor 10th street and Commercial avenui
next door to the Ilyland saloon.
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
aid Diiiia la
Kiqutu Stbkkt, Ubtwbkh Waihinoto
A4JlsslstK KlttesshoBM sissa Uassssy
Up the best er Bstl, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lanib, Sausan. eta., nd are prepared lo aarse
cltisam In the most acceptable tnannar,
BUTCUBK AND DltALBK IK ALL KlVDI Ol
cormbb ntmbtbmtu and i'oflab sti.,
II, .wu . ,1 -t-. 1.1 1 ... t . 1.1-
muu simuu LCi wuij ui wiug
uoga and sheep, and Is prepared to all anj
owwbwuivi iisui aueaie mat vw vviums w
Ub thousand pounds.
Special repairers of fine andditlcult
ALSO MADE TO ORDER.
OF ANY FORM OR PATTERN
Hart also on hand a
Fine Stock or Jewelry,
Of their own and other Manufactures.
CLOCK8 OF ALL KINDS.
SOLID SILVER WARE
THE MOST BEAUTIFUL FINISH.
Aud many unique and attractive
SILVER PLATED WARE
At prices that dify competition.
PHIL H. SAUP,
Tha Lava, (tlaaa anil rrMna war .nnil.i.
BUSTS, DOLLS, Ac.
Alftil flnsi al.lHmAtlt Vat -. mnaiel.1
aaaa avea-Mua tfilVU IIIBtUll
Dusts, Statues, etc. Tbe following are seme
of the principle wood toys :
Oallonxo JIobut IIorsks,
Rockimii IIobbt UoRaca,
Fancy Extrkch Waoons,
Girls' Doll Cakhiaobs,
WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED.
And every thing in our line of butlnes
CALL AND SEE.
COMICAL FIGURES and MASKS
A large selection of Musical Instru
ments, tucb at
of every kind for the Children. Alio,
WAX it RUBBER DOLLS,
And a million other articlei too numer
ous to mention.
CALL AND SEE.
102 COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
REGULAR CAIRO. PAI)UCA11 A EVANS
VILLK SEMI-WEEKLY U. 8.
Th Fail and Klfant I'aitmiar Steamer
Jack Uiiammkh, Master.
Kn. Thomas, Clerk.
S7T Leaves Cairo for Padueali and Kvans
tllhi, ei:ry Tliiirndny and .Sunday f;enln.
at 0 o clock, coiincctliiK at Evauavllle wlflj
tlni 'LouUtlllu and Cincinnati packets. rV
li-cljflit or pimnimc apiily lo
Jasiks lliucia I'isneiiKer Ak'.
HKOULAIl CAIHO ,1'ADUCAIl A EVANS
VI Ll.K SKMI-tVEKKI.Y PACKET.
The flue Passenger Packet
BEN. HOWARD m,....
Nbolbv Rum ...... cieVk
(GTLeavce Cairo for Padiicab anil Evans.
vjDe every rucsday .nd Friday evenlni; atO
o'clock. For freight or passage apphr on
board or to " '
Jamba lltoog, Passenger Afj't.
REGULAR CAIRO AND EVAN8V11XK
SEMI-WEEKLY Mali. LINE PACK .
Tbe fine low pressure Passenger Packet
W. II. PENNINGTOM jdatt
laTLeaves Cairo every Wednesday and
baturday evening ate o'clock, for Pailu;h
and fcvansvllle. For freight or passage at
ply on board or to 1
JAMBg Bioos, I'auenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
Tb tplaadld itaamar
Dies: Fowlkh, Captain
Leaves Cairo I) ALLY, (Sunday excepted), at
I p.m. ! or freight orpatsage apply ou boaru
Ian Wf ' MLL0MY' A'1'
S'Siarierad Marrlt si, ttr.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIBO
A. B. SAFFOUD. President;
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
U. UYSLOP, Secretary and Treasursr.
P. M. H.ari..
F. II. Stocariita.
R. 11. CcamiuaiH,
Pacl n. Bcaca,
it. r. uiuitii,
essswiu ml mmr Assiaasit HmlTaatltM
Tea Cetla I'pttama.
iNTEKEHT paid on dopoalta at lha ral ot six
par cant. pcranDum, Maieb Island Bapten
r ll. lotart.t Dot withdrawn it Ldded Imma
d lately loa pnuclpal of lh dapuilt, tbtrabT
glTlDK them compound lotrraat.
MAHKIBD MTOMBB AMU CUILUBBM MAT
ao rait o oaa iui caa aaaw it.
Upao asary builcaaa day from a. in. to 3 p.m.,
aad Saturday tieninx tor HAVIMO UKPOfill
only, from I to I o'clock,
euutl W. IITHLOP, Traaaurar.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, - 8100,000
W. F. Ual.LlHAT, Prrtldaot;
UK-NBT L. HALLIIMY, Vica.Prldsai
A. B. HAFFOK1), Canlilar;
WALTER HT8LOP, AMlitant Oa.hler.
ttraatt Tatlob, Koatat II. Crxiona,
Ilaaaf h. Uauioav, W. P. UatLiuaT,
a to. U. WlLLUMtoa, Burma Una
A. B. Hirroaii.
BaesaSMSgw, Vela stad CalfMl fttalea
Beads Bnhl aad Nold.
KPOBITB racalfai, aud a antral Laaklog
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL HURD, President i
O. N. HUGHES. Caanlar.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADB.
EXCHANGE, cola, bank noUt aad United
Btattt aaoarlliat bought and aold.
Iateirt Allowed on litaw Dffssoalla.
On the comer of 12th street aud Washington
avenue, opposite Bulletin office.
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 18Ta.
Tuition from 82 tu t20 per term.
IN CLASSES OF 1 TO 4 EACH,
No pains will be spared to make It
to all concerned,
N. P. CURTICE, Director.
Teacher of Vocal, Organ and Piano Muile,
J. M. RODENBAUQH,
Teaeher of Wind and String Iasirumintt.
(9e elraular.) U-14 tf.