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CAIRO? ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 1873.
JOHN H. OBERLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFFICIAL PAPER OKCITY ANtfCOUKTY.
, ttHtifllrngmatirr on rtrry )e,
1111151 UN CHUltCH-nWitPCnth street
between Vhltmtoiiinl Walnut.
Meeting eery hiiuday nt 101 'ln'1 "
Sunday choo at 3 p. tn.
Prayer meeting WMneMlay rvr nlnir.
Preaching, Sabbath nt 10k -m. and 7 j p.m
Prayer mectl: ;, Wednesday at 7t p. m.
IshGalh Kclino), 8 p.m. .1. M. Lawden, Hu
printe mlent. Hr.v. 11. Thavki:, l'aitor
METHODIST.-Cor. Eighth and Walnut St.
I'reachlnjf, Sabbath at 10) a.m., arirl 7 p. m
Prayer meeting, Wednesday," p.m.
fciabbath school. C. n.ln. I.. v. SUllwoll.
riupermtendeiit. IIkv. F. I,. Thomi'son, .
cuui'.cn or the iinnirKMhit-'Kvi'co-'
.norning prayers, nannaui i"j iwn.
Evening prayer. 71 p.m.
Sabbath Sebool, P a.m.
Hr.v. K. Cok::, Hector.
T. PATRICK'S CllLT.CH-NlMb rjj. and
labile rvlce, H sbfcnth P:11 m ! 101 a.m.
"cpri,) 7 p.m.
.blmth SchooL 2 p.m.
jerries every Jay, e a.m. -
Rev. r. J. O'Jl u.iom., Prion.."..
T. JOSEPH'S CHI JtCH.-CJcnnwi,. cor.
tier ol Walnut ami Croat Mreef.
la, every sabbath ntl) o'cl'.'cl; n. m.
Ve.peTe, 3 p. in.
Mast during week day, o'clock a. ra.
llr.v. . UuryMA!, Prieit.
UERMAX LUTHERAN CIItlRCU lSlb
street between Washington Avenue and
Preaching Hundaymmnn" at 10 o'clock.
.Sabbath hebool at 2 o'clock p.m.
IIKV. C. DUKKsCIINEIl, I'aStor.
VOIJNG MEN'S UIIUHTIAN ASSoCIA
T1UN. Regular meeting second Monday
oacli month at their room over Rockwell
A Co'i book store, Commercial avenue.
Weekly I'nycr meeting, Friday, "1 p.m. at
the room. .
L. W. Stilltei.t, President.
SECOND MISSIONARY '. BAPTIST
CUCHCIL Crnrbjeaiaoro and Forty-
Ont street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m. and 3 o'clock p. tn. .
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. cu
The church li connected with the lUInol.
Aiwxdattnn, by the l'lrtt MI-iotury lli-
Ilit Church ol Cairo.
iuv. Solomon Leonard, I'artor.
ArKlCAX METHODIST. Fourteenth, be
tweetf Walnut and Cedar.
Servlcei, Sabbath, 11 a.m.
BaVjath School, li p.m.
ClaM tneeU at 3 p.m.
SECOND KREE WUJ. IIAI'TIST Kll-
teenth fitref t., between Waluut and Cedur.
fcervice" 'abbatb. H and 3 p. m.
Rrv. N. Rick", I'tor.
KREE WILL BAPT18T HOME MISSION
SArlBATH fCHOOL. Cornir Walnut
and Cedar Strectr.
Sabbath School. S a.tn.
fUlST KREE WILL R.U'TtST r ilCRClI
Htrricc", ftit-batb U a.m., 3 p.m.. A. 71 p. m.
Hev. Wm. h.KU.r.Y, rator.
FIRST MISSIONARY U.U'TIfT CHURCH.
-Cdtr, bctrrecn Ninth and Tenth St.
l'reachlug Sabbath. H1 a,m. and 71 p.m.
I'rayer mtetln, V edueday celling-.
l'reachln, r"rlilay eveulntf. ,,.,
Sabbath school, li p.m. .John ai llixtui
aud Mary StepUeM, SnperlnfmUut".
ItEV. T. J. S!l01ir.(, Ta-tor.
SECOND BAl'TlST CHCRCll-Kourtcenth
Street. bttwe li Cedar and Walnut.
our Hptlt church recognized by the A
Service", Sabbtth, U .m. 3 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Rrv. Jacob Biudlki. IHder.
CAIRO COMMANDERY, NO. W.-pStatod
AaVemblT t the Asylum Maionlo ilall, tint
and third Monday In each month.
JAIROCOUNCIL, No.24.-ReRulnr Conro
catlonatMaaonlc llaU, the second Friday
C.UROCUAlER N'o. 71rRefniJ Con.
vocation at Masonic iiau,
Tueidsrot every mouth.
iecond and fourth Mondavt of each month,
tecoou ol)U.KELLOWS. , nM
ALEXAIOJER LODOE, J4 Mecti In Odd-
Thuraday evening at 8 o'clock.
Governor John L. H,'crWm-.
Audlwror aute-c. E. iSpptacott.
State Treaurr-Capor Uiitz.
Aitnrner General James K. rd"au.
Senaton-RlcUurd J. ogle-by and John A.
"iSfesenuUve Eighteenth nitrlct-lace
MEMBERS QENIUtAL ABSEMllIA.
Bepresenutlve. In the 60th dlat'ict.j--john
11. "berly, Wm. A. Lemma aud Math-
' emt" tor'the BOth dlsUlct.-Jcc Ware.
" COUNTY OFFICERS.
ludirc D. J. Baker, of Alexander.
Sutl'i Attorney-PaUlck H. l'ope.
Clerk'-R. S. Yocum.
WmlrUn-AsTer and TrtWcr.
ttutlwTEMcCrlto and S. March!!-
aCl'erk Jacob 0. Lynch.
Coroner John H. Gowman.
Comptroller B-H. FallU.
Attorney-U. Wataon Webb.
roUM)liUttaU-F. Bro- J- J-
Mirahal and Chief of rollce-Wm. Mcllalc.
Street CirsmtlMloner-U. J. OalHgan.
llialta OlBcer-W. Wooten. ,
Memberi l'olice Force-A. Cain sargent,
f WUlUamp.l'UllUuUelm, Cbas. MoW
ClrfV v?ard-HIratn BUby and J. M.
V& watd-Uerm-ih Meyers and Wood
WThwlwd--JohnMcEweu.nd l. Kow
mkeurth ward-O. NellU and M. J.
MVulkwrd-Jno. U. RoMwon and Wm.
O, Morri. .
v. j c-ei '
$30,000 WORTH OP GOODS
I will sell my ontiro sloclc of
Dry Goods and Carpets
AT ACTUAL COST
Ai I am do'erminod totloia out my preterit builneti ni roon ci j.oiMMb.
X. R.-TO AVOID ALL MISTAKES HEREAFTER, THIS STOCK
WILL HE SOLD STRICTLY FOR CASH.
R. H. CUNNINGHAM.
July j, 15(3.
V, R O M
CARBQLAT E OF LIME,
PERM A N G A N A T E O F P OTAS II
CAR 130 LIC ACID POWDER,
CHLORIDE OF LIME
FOfi SALE AT
CORXEU WASHINGTON AVE2iTB AND KIOIITH STREET.
0STO. 7-1- OHIO LLVES
ST. CHARLES HOTEL
iThc.eiint Clwlcls we!! and vfldely knoni
LARGEST HOTEL IN SOUTHERN ILLINOIS
And In all the appointments of a first-class houe, hits no competlor In Cairo, and no supe
rior In the .tate outside of Chicago. . . , , , . , . . .
fourtorles In height, exclusive of basement
Ohio river, 123 leet ou Secoud street and a wing
V"!u ' IT- '.v;.,.. . ,... mv nt,a
will be largely lucnased during the preset year
Ca ro, and w lose uepois wm uc iu ciosu iuuaiuiu .u iu u.ii. ,, ,
I'artle wUhlnK to engage In the hotel business have now tin excellent opportunity to
Durchase tbo cntlro pfopertv, or one-tblrd Interest with management or the business, In-
P... ..ill ,,, vrr rraannnl.ln terms, nt ow 1 irures. and CttSV pal--
CUMiiiig lurnmiiu iitju feuu
Or G. W. COCHRAN,
1 1 1'erdido Street, New Orleau
PARKER A BLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAINT?.
Palr, Mnesu. SM,tilln,
v7 iwnow 3-x.Ji-as.
WINDOW rfHAH-H, !
tn ! itir clrl,rMei iIIiiiuihaIIu 1
AURORA OIL. I
UrtlrH'LtHl.DIN OCB -ll'll stT. OHM
OaIHO - - iLLtSI'I'.
I John II. Mulkey. Wlllatn C. Mulkoy.
MULKEY it SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Office, rear rooms over llannon' book
, '(). 134 OOMUnOIAL ATVaCB,
ftwD Ith Vfd eighth tbet. K
0 C II L O 11 A L V M
the leading ami
and attic, has a Irontnge ot 1 Oleet onthe
lor culinary purposes ; Is In tboroub repair
la nmv Hn ii n a line navlntr bus near. Which
hy the new rallroaus now being built Into
, -a -
Curo of Tieknor it Co., ST. LOUIS,
A nW Af PMOAIIONH MA EI! A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is IMTtly VtgeUbls, and IU opsratlou Is .con
led lull t ouco. It does away with ttiu Flush,,,)
Apporstion canted by Usat, FaUfiie. and Kicit,-msnt-
UsAlatudrcmuvetallllloleUtisa I'lmiu ,
dJstieUlOB d'rk and urnlgbtlj spots. Drlvea awuy
Tan. rrackles, and Sunburn, aidb'UvenUi,nt
yowsrnil tsfluesce mtntlts Uis'tadsd chk v Itl.
tounnt bloom un nivtr,
oU by ill Prugitste and rancy 8W. Vi -,.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin,
UNITED STATES CLAIMANTS
LOOKING AFTER Til KIR
CITIZENS 8F.17.KD RY THE CAR
I.lSia AND UKLD.FOR RANSOM.
TI1K SHAn'S lOl'INION OF PARIS.
LOOKING TO TIIEM INTEUKSTS.
London, July 10, An advertliement
appears this morning calling a meeting of
all persons who havsclalmi agalnit the
United States which aroie after the data
fixed by tbo treaty of Washington, for tbo
purposo of taking joint action for the ad
vancement of tboir Interest.
TO DC INTP.ODCCED,
Mai,rid, July 10. Senor Juner, minis
ter of colonies, will introduco a measure
In the cortes to-day, applying tbo provis
ions of tbo federal constitution with cer
tain restriction:, to tbo Island of Porto
Have seized thirty-four residents of
Maria, and bold seven of them hostages
for safe return of Insurgents now In the
bands of the Republicans, Tbo remain
ing twenty-seven are held for ransom. The
deputy mayor and counsellor of Mslaga
bavo boon afsirslnated.
London, July 10. The shall told l'ros
ident Macliahon that Paris looked like a
a crlde in bur wodding dross, lie is
greatly pleased with the brilliancy of bis
entertainment, but ho has no idea of the
orious ildo of anything ho ha soon. Ho
U liko a child at a fair.
OOINO TO SUMATRA.
It is itatod eight Turkish men-of-war
are on their way to Sumatra to watch the
Interests of the uUin.
Constantinople, July 10. The Ma-
bommed pacba has been summoned to
Constantinople to bo tried for actf eommlt
ted when ha nu vizier.
HOW THE STEAMSHIP CITV OF
SERIOUS CHARGES AGAINST
HER OFFICERS BY A
A WOMAN THROWN FROM A
RUOUY AND KILLED
IJY THE CARS.
TWO 1'ATAL CASUALTIES AT A
rlUNIO IN NEW YORU.
THE LATEST DISASTER.
New York, July 10. A Ave column
statement of the loss of the city of Wash
ington, by ft passenger, cbargos that the
lou of tbo steamer is duo to criminal
carolossness of tbo officers and crew, and
that all just barely escaped being engulfed
In tbe ocean. Tho captain, sayn the pas
songer, frequently warned tbe chief officer
that he was running too lar northward,
and advlsoJ running a hundred miles fur-
tbor south, but the advico was disregarded
though tbe second officer accoded
to it, No sight was taken for seven days,
notwithstanding the vessel was going
through a heavy fog at tho rate of 12 or
13 knots nn bour. Had she struck at
night she would have goto down ; or bad
tho gone to the right or left 200 yards sho
would havo struck eltbor Green island
or tbo reefs, and ft foarful loss of
Ufa ensued. The saloon passengers
woro mostly chatting or playing cards,
when at bulf-past one p.m., Saturday tho
ship went at full speed on Gull Rock
shoals. She gavo two slight bumps and
a tremendous tromor ran through her.
No one had the smallost Idea where tbo
ship was. Aftor a lapse of half an
hour terrible confusion prevailed,
the cannon tiring, tbo fog
born blowing, and women and
childron shrieking. A faiior cried, "I
bear a human voice, anil a ueain-uice si
lence followed, and soou two brave men,
Cornelius Swanburg and Wm Furgusou,
who had put out from shoro In a small
boat,climbe''i up tlio side of the ship. Tho
lattor had rlson from a sick bed. The
work o'. disombarking immediately com
meiced under tholr guidance, with
ihln'i boats, tbe socond
. officer .lauding at tbe gangway of the lad
I der with hatchet in band, threatening to
' cut down any man who tried to get Into
! tho bests before the women. Meanwhllo
tho bumping of tbo stern-post ana ruaaer
continued, arousing fears lest tho ship
would break In two, The steoragsj passen
gers remained remarkably qulot, and no
attempt to rush was ma4e. Some of the
women display great prince of Blind
and heroism, tilting qu,lly llu on
TUROWN OK Tit It TRACK,
Olkvkland, July 10. A special to
tlio llnrald from Youngstown statos
that Dr. Slrecter, with Mrs. Cy
rus Dralnard, bis sister, and bis two
daughters aged two and fire yoars, were
driving In a buggy, and when descending
tbo hill near the crossing of the A. and U.
railroad the horse became frightoncd
at the sight of an approaching train, and
up-ot the buggy, throwing tbem all out.
Mrs. Mralnard full on tbo track, and was
killed instantly by tbo driving wboel
of tbo engine, mangling bor head and
chest. The others full outside of tho track.
Mr. Streetor is Injured in tbo head, but
not seriously. Tho youngest child is seri
ously and porhapsdangerously Injured, an
arm broken an flesh lacerated, besides
othnr injures. The oldest cblld Is but
New Yohk, July 10. The Emerald as
sociation of Brooklyn bad a picnic yester
day, and oo returning and wbilo the
birgo was making fast to tbo dock, John
McLaughlin, one of the excursionists, and
a married man, was accidental; killed by
being struck with a Under thrown from
the dock. Soon afterwards while a num
ber of young men who bad beon on the
excursion were returning, one of tbem
burled a stone at an ico cream vendor,
which missed htm and struck a lad named
Kelly, causing death soon afterwards.
BROKE IN TWO.
Halitas, July 10. The wrecked City
of Washington broke in two pieces on
Gull Ruck's shoals this morning. The
captain, officers and cruw wero on board
at tho time, but succeeded In landing
ATTEMPT TO KIDNAP THE
NOTORIOUS LOUD 0OR
DON AT FORT
TWO DETECTIVES ARRESTED
AND THRUST IX A FIL
GREAT INDIGNATION AGAINST
A BURGLAR SHOT DEAD IN
A3A1SE MERCHANT ART.U3TED
ETC., ETC., ETC.
LORD GORDON IX LIMBO.
Chicago, July 10. The following dis
patch was received at St. Paul, dalod Ft
Garry, July ! : Tbo oxciteraont still con
tinues over tho arrest of Detectives Hay
and Keogan who attempted to kidnap tbo
notorious Lord Gordon of Erie rail
road fame. Messrs. Fletcher and Mer-
riara ot Minneapolis, with Mr. Ilently, a
merchant, were also arrested on tho ful
lowing day as accomplices. They wero
readily thrust In tiltby prison and ironed.
Mayor Brackett and Hon. E. M. Wilson
of Minneapolis, arrived yostcrday morn
ing by a specinl stage, trtvclling night
and day. Mr. Brackett at onco
SOUGHT DMIHS OX
To tbo prisoners which was grantod by
Judgo Bltawnay, but ho was Immediately
orderod out by tho shorllV. By Instruc
tions from Attorney General Clark yes
terday, the preliminary examination com
menced, the court-room being denaoly
crowded. Tbe whole day was occupied in
taking Lord Gordon's testimony, which is
known to be a tissue of falsehood and ex
aggeration. Mr. Wilson was not allowed
to act for tho defense, but was pormltled
to occupy a soat, and confer with tbe
counsel for tho defense.
Is folt against tbo uutborities for the high
handed manner in which tboy are con
ducting tho caso. United Slates Commis
sioner Taylor Is working energetically in
bebalf of the prisonors. Tbo examination
proceeds slowly and will prububly last
8C1TOSED SWINDLERS ARRESTED.
New York, July 10 On tho arrival
of tho Wahinglon train of tbe Pennsyl
vania Railroad at Jorsey City yestorday,
two officials wero arrested, supposed to bo
in tbo combination of conductors and
gate-keepers to rob tho company by fall,
lug to cancol and reselling passengor
Milwaukek, July 10. A youn? bur
glar named Behrans, rending on Eleventh
street, was shot doad this morning wbilo
trying to escapo from an officer, Ho had
boon robbing the etoro ot his own uncle.
ARRESTED TOR RATE.
Kocklaud, Me., July 10. Cbas. B. Ful
ler, a merchant, was arrested hereto-day
for alleged rape upon Mary Fuller, hie
step daughter, agod thirteen years.
. . . ... -
M AN LIU 'S KXTIZDITION,
Wasiiinqtoh, July 10. Tbo Stanloy
expedition, thirteen days out, has been
beard from. Very bad weather was ex
perienced, but no trouble from tbe Indians.
They expect to reach tbe Yellowstone
hOUEBON AND THE ESQ UIMAUXS.
Portsmouth, N. U., July 10,-Tbe
United State itoamer Tallapoosa left
hero last evening for New York, with tbe
Xiqulmaux survivors from tbt Polaris on
board. Secretary Kabetoo accompanied
Nashville, July 10 Eleven Inter
ments In the city to-day, three of wl leb
were from cholera. Tho weather 13 clear
Seven doatht In Chattanooga to-day.
All colorod people, and not a cholera caso
Memphis, July 10. Only 1 death ro
ported at the board of boalb to-day.
TUG I'UIILIC GROUNDS TO DC IUFROTED.
Wamiinoton, July 10 Tlio secretary
of tbo treasury to-day paid to the board
of public works flC 0,000, ono half of the
appropriation made by tbe last congress
for continuing Improvements around tbe
Will roturn from Long Branch Saturday.
Washington, July 10, Probabilities
Un Friday in Western Oult states north,
erly winds, partly cloudy and clear
weather. For Eastern Gult ttatos south
westerly winds, veering to northwesterly
and clear weather For the South Allan,
tic states southeasterly winds, veering to
southwesterly, and possibly nortbwet',
with numorous local ralms. For the Mid
dle Atlantic statos southwest winds, cloudy
weather and ruin, followed by northwest
winds and clearing weathor by Friday
evening. For New England oasterly
winds, threatening and rainy weather
For Lower Lako region and Ohio Valley
northwesterly winds, lower temperature
and clear or partly cloudy weather. For
Upper Lakes and Northwest northerly
winds and clear, cool weather.
uim iiuu run or me niter
For 21 bourn ending 3 p. m.f July 10, 1S73
?l ?i?l ?
.letlemoa City ....
Sew Orlcani ...
Edwin (s arland,
Obsen er Signal Service, U. S. A.
Cincinnati, Juty 10. Klvor 20 foel
and failing. Arrived: Andes, Wboel
Ing; Juneata, Pittsburg; Phil. Sheridan,
St. Louis ; Iron Mountain, St Louis to
Pittsburg; Sam Huberts, Pomeroy to M
Louis; coal bouts with tow about half pas
sing down; Whale Hornet No 2; My
Choice; Diamond; Geo Lylo; Tom Lyle;
J A Stone; Aleck Swift; Coal Valley;
Tom K'oso No'J; Sampson No 2; Wra
Stone; jnon uanna; i arlos Eagle. De
parted: Alex Chambers; Kanawha Noi'.
Kvansville, July 10. Cloudy and
mild weather. River risen 8 inches; Up:
cam urown, rnyctte, uo uonert anu
Arkansas Uelle; Downs liowling Greon,
Mmning Star, Mary Ament, and gener
ally with cood trips; Business dull.
M'Mi'ms, July 10. Klver Is rising;
cloudy and hot. ArMved, Clarksville,
Little Hnck; departed last night, Jennie
Hewitt, New Orleans ; Hattlo, St Louis,
this afternnnn ; City nf Chester St Louis;
Citv of Vlcksbure, Vlekbure.
Sr Louis, July 10 Ar Ivelt Rob
liny Keokuk; Clinton. Ht Piul. Departed:
Kob lt, v, Keokuk; Minnesota, St Paul;
Jnse, Pnoria; Capital City, VickKurg;St
Luke, MUswiri river. River stationary.
Clu,ly and cooler.
Louivillk, July 10.- River falling
with 8 feet S inches in thn canal and 0 feet
Inchos In tbo chute. Claar, warm and
butlneu dull, Pnil Sheridan, St. Louis to
Cincinnati, passed up,
Nabhvmle, Jii'v 10 Arrrlved: Ada
ncllmin. CUrksUlle; Ea Hiiehes, Cairo
No departure Rn 0 Inches this men
ine; declining again tbis evening, with C
fo on shoals
PiTTenuo. July 10. MononjcaheU
ftlllne with 7 feet C Inches; Exohantte
leaves this ovenlng for Cincinnati; no ar
Pittsburg, Julv 10. Mnnongahela 7
feet 6 Inches and falling. Heavy rain to-nlt-ht.
New Orleans. July 10 No arrivals
or deparluaes weather clear; tbormom
St. Louib, July 10 Flour quiet and
unchanged bold pretty firm.
Wheat lower, No 3 red fall, $1 60 ele
vator; sample lots, No 1 new $1 60.
Con better, No'J mixed 3737Jc cash ;
380ts active and hleher.No 3 mixed 29
CajOlo elevator ;3737c sacked.
Barley, tampla Nebraska ofiered
but no sales transpired.
Rye dull, No 2 0J62&
Pork Is in good demand aud adveuolog,
18 6016 621. , . ...
Dry salt moats very are ttetdy and the
demand Is brisk, especlaly for shoulders,
sales loose shoulders, 7lo an advance ; ba
con steady with large demand for
present delivery; loouldert clear rib
loOlOJo j dear sides lOJlOJc; nami 14
16o. . . .
Lard qui!, tounlry ktttd .
New Orleans, July 10.-Cf nlied,
6 ,7c; yellow 63q whit vert seam,
CO.; other kind dull asd Utckaagei,
Sterling 2U; sight f prefekta o (ttt
Cutton quiet; tales) 100; rpett yeeUrday'i
quotation!,' receipt 697: export to Great
llrltaln 1,940; stock 48,W; the IrN faU
new cotton received froex rowaUlt.
Txat classed strictly good; it msm by M
p ess to New York. -
MEUFnte, July 10-Cottoa Irregular;
low middling, 17fOl8 rmlptf IM;
Corn meal active, $8 90.
Corn, arm, G4Jc.
Hy, dull and unchanged.
Bran, dull and drooping, (It.
Bacon, firm and quiet.
Pork,Uady, 817 34. .
Cuicaqo. Julv 10-FIrof stnlL
vy neat steady eariy ta ua say, tn eeu
and lower at the close: Vo t ittftacf 1 H
tl !U; No i S4 16 tpot; 9112 Jul;
o 3 SI 0Sf206f. 1 r n
Com ntMiticd Arm. Ktit rliii.if Jail muM
sua -o lower; Biissn Mtmmma ismc
van sieeay, no Jjtfjc
EINTER PRISE SAVING! .
CITY MAT10HAL BANK. OeUlO
A. V. SAITOBD. Preetdant;
. B. TAVLOU, Viee-Praelde&V,
U. UYSLOP, Secretary and Ti
P. kf. IlAacLAf .
P. B. Srocarura. rasa S. Sins,
i, m. nuun.
0Malta mt air
Tm vaaea Vawi
.TixawT paid on deaeelte as SM rat mt eia
jl p.roeni. peraaauB, jaarea letaaa
br 1st. IsterMt nal vlthdnn ! Hai
djaUly to the pnaelpal of the depeellt,
MAEUBS WOMM AJTD CEILS UAt
to THAT ao aaa aiaa nxa bus m.
upen every ooaiae- day freta a.at. t MSL, t
and Haturila t- .am tar B1VINQ nxCtVv
w, BTBLOs?. fvaaearer.
THE CITY NATU)1SAIa
.1 a said, il l I Wa
. . it. .
w; e. HALLIDAT. Preeldeati
UKNRT L. HALUDAT. Viee-rreeUeas
A. B.BAFFORS, Oaihlert
WALTER HT8LOP, Asslstta Oasblsr'
Uto. D. Wuuajuoh, Braraaa suae
KaoliAMsr, Cotas SMk4 Vmtttm
DCPoaiTH received, tad a sjeMral
HI KM' I' Na'I'lllNAI. MAN
.1. M Pit L ipm Vi,.rrmJAA
CHAS. Cl'A.NLIQHAM, Ctwttr.
ExonaNOK, cola, baak aoie a
mates aecultlee MaaM ta aolO.
Internet Allow) m 1 lsw
SAMUEL P. WHEJCLK1,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT li
Office over rirrt NtUoul bank.
WILLIAM J. AIXKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAI
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