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THIS GA1KO DAILY 1JULLKT11N, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2G, 1873.
OMnUI ruporot llicCHy mt'l Comity
.JOHN 11. OHKHLT. Editor nnd ab"""
TK11MS OKTHK DAIL1 UULLKTIN:
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advance i2 00
t)ne month, by mall 1
Ibroe months 3 00
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Invariably In advance.
UNtillng mailer n rvrry imico.
TitBbloed of Davis of tlio 'Sun' bolls
for revengo. Let the Spaniards bownro'
"We anticipate a doso of nnrrow-gaugo
missiles from tbo 'Sun' to-morrow or next
day. Tlio gunnor It loading bli small'
caliborcd gun. 'c havo icon tbo' pow
dor. It won't mako a very loud explosion.
Hon. J. 11. Loom:, representative from
tho forty-seventh dlitrict In tho Illinois
bomo of representatives, wn ejected
from tho cars of tho Chicago nnd Alton
railroad. Ho has commenced suit, nnd
has employed Hon. John 31. Palmer to
Jons Bahtox bin retired from llir
Jackson County ' Kra.' Ills "Oivd
'JJyo" Is ns follows: '-Having net"! i
'a sorts of wot nurso for tho ' Kr' until
'the thing Is big enough to cat crn, grass,
'and tho liko, 1 respoctfully 1U its renders
farewell. My mission is ended, though
tho paper will ever tear my kindest
Tun Cairo Hullktin nnd tho doncs-
boro 'Uazotto' havo smoked tbo pipe of
poace, and will bo on tho war path no
more. Solan I Jonosboro Oiizottu.
"Wo should havo boon pleasod to bovo
witnessed this smoko between tho high
chiofs of The Hulletin nnd 'lis -.'
Tho pipo should hnvo been smoked long
neo. S'o nnnouneo this declaration of
peaca with pleasure nnd bono it limy bo
perpetual. Tho Gallatin GhzsIIo.
It will bo perpotual. Tbo 'Gazette' and
Tim Bulletin aro now twin brothers,
nd thoy will both "go for" thn man
who tramps upon tho coat tall of cither.
The Now Orleans 'Times' says It can
not bo denied that tbo present is n season
of deep dcprosslon in Now Orleans, but
it believes tbo darkness now prevailing Is
tho somber herald of tho dawning of a
bright day. Tho 'Timos' Zounds this be
lief upon tbo fact that now avenues of
communication, by land and by water,
aro being oponed up to tbo Crescent City,
"Ono haw link of railway, or rathor a
connecting link bctwoon two lines," says
tho 'Times,' "hat tccentlv boon comoletud.
which will prove exceedingly bcnuUelul
to our coinmorco. "Wo rofor to tho line
between Jackson, Tonnosseo, and Cairo.
Illinois, lly virtuo of this connection the
Now Orleans, Jackson nnd Croat North
ern railroad is practically extended to
Chicago, nnd in less than it month trains
leaving tbs city will convey p.ifsongor,,
and freight without chango of cars to
Chicago and rite versa. This la certainly
n wbito milcftonu In tho history f
Now Orleans, lly it tbo becomes
tbo seaboard terminus of n great
longitudinal lino of railway oxten
ing from tho lakes to tbo gulf. Tho
effect of this consummation on tho prut
porlty of tho city cannot easily lo over
estimated. Yet to unos'.ontntlously has
tho work progressed that few, oven now,
nro awaro of its completion. Just s lyo
months ago a party of engineers tUUou
out tbo routo from Jackson to Cairo, a dis
tanco of ono bundrod and twelvo miles ,
nnd now it is finished. J 'or this great
boon to hor commerce, Now Orleans is
chiefly indeboted to Col. Henry S. Mc
Comb, tho controlling spirit of tho (treat
Northorn and Mississippi Central roads,
and to tho enterprising co-operation ol
tbo Illinois Central rullrond company."
OUIl PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
"WHO TEACHES THEM AND HOW
THEY AllE TAUGHT.
ME SECOND PRIMARY SCHOOL.
In tbo high school building is taught by
Miss Hawkins. Miss Hawkins camo lo
Cairo from Freoport, and is nn earnest be
Hover in tho system of object lessons.
She is now in her first year in the Cairo
schools. Hor school averages forty-flvu
in number, tho ages of tho pupils running
from eight to ten yours. During an hour
spent in hor room, wo listened to a recita
tion of an "object lesion" on tbo Crocodile
tho pupils mowing a fair knowledge
of tbo animal's habits, tho class oi species,
to which It belongs, etc. Tho bojs, wo
thought, showed a livelier Interest In tho
lesson than tho girls, which was not
Urango, perhaps, considering Its subject
Miss Hawkins questioned tho cl&t-s upon
tho nature, otc, of other animals and was
answerod in tho main, correctly wo be
lieve, though owing to a low tono ol volco
and Indistinct pronunciation on tho pm ur
somo of tho pupils, wo could not toll with
certainty what some of tho answers woro.
In addition to tbo Crocodile loison, clusi
In spelling and ono In Arithmetic- went ,
through their oxorchos. They flrst placed
a lotson in addition And ono in subtrac
tion on tho blackboard, an J 0 ii it with
''neatness and dispatch j" tbo boys, o,. ni
averago, making bettor formul llgurts
than tho girls. Tbo spelling lesson, which
consisted of words of two syllables, was
gono through with quickly, and did
crodit to tho girls. As for the boys, they
did not appear very familiar -with tbo
orthography of most of tbo words given
out to tboin, and dosorved to bo "kept In,"
as they woro, by Miss Hawkins.
THE SECOND PRIMARY
In tbo Thirteenth itreot building, is pro
sided over by Mr. 1'. A. Taylor, who his
been a roildent of this city lor somo eight
yuri, tnoro or Ices. Mn. Taj lor was cd-
ucatod nt Normal for tbo profession of a
toacbor, but did not ongngo In tbo business
upon leaving school, except, porhnps for
n very short porlod, until sho was engaged
as ono of tho corps of toachors In tho pub
lie schools of Clrn. In tho rocont dec
Wo, '"0 was ono of tho candidates for tho
olllco of county superintendent of schools,
nnd was clcctol by qulto n flattering
majorllyj her oppononts woro three,
In number, two gontletnon and omi lady.
Mm. Taylor is n lady of vcryvdecided nnd
well digested vlows on tbo tlrcory of
school Instruction. Mho does not bollevo
that all oxcollcnco lies in nny ono plan,
and is of tbo opinion that dovolion to tho
system of object lessons may bo curled
to extromes ; n judicious uso of It, com
bined with n thorough drill on thu rudi
ments of rending, spelling, etc., Is, in Mrs.
Tajlor's opinion, tho most satisfactory
motbod for prininry pupils, and will lay n
good foundation for a practical and useful
Kngllsh education. Sho thinks to write
the word "pig on tho blackboard and
ask Lor class what It means, how ninny
logs and how many mouths and how many
tails a pig has, Is nt Instructive- however
Amusing it may be.
In Mrs. Taylor's room, which
Averages flfty pupils, wo woro proiont nt
tba rocltation ot a reading elms, a spelling
class, nnd thooxercisos of tho wbolo school
in mental arithmetic. Tho pupils, for their
age, read well, somo of them very well.
Tho spoiling wns very fair ulso. Tho ox-
orcisci in arithmetic, which consisted of
adding nnd substractlng numbers written
on tho Lonrd and designated by Mrs. Tay
lor with a pointer, showed a readiness
qulto pleasing In boys and girls of their
age. Up and down tho lino of figures,
then promiscuously, now adding, then sub
tracting, thoy followed Mrs. Taylor as fast
as sbu could point.
Tho pupils In Mrs. Taylor's room nro
very well disciplined.
thi: kvils or iuvi.v; i.vit.im:si
jiv lumitkolllu knox.
PRl'.PA RATION 01' WAN VES
1 1IR IM'ANIMI OOVIMSNME.NT.
Washington, November '.5. Tho flrst
,..i.H.k .abuiitft ,r liii, ... ..1...111U
cbatigu of tho administration in Snln
with Scrnno us dictator, camo through
llritish olU:ial sources. To-day tho storv
is hoard through another quarter that tho
lasllllar government will do overthrown
by n combination of tlio ruling Spaniards.
The plan is said to include- tho establish
ment of Marshnll Serano us rcgont for tho
young uuko Alionso. Our government
lias had no ollloial advlcon nn tlio subicct.
nor does it consider these reports trust-
coui-ruoi.LKB or our.iirc.sur s kki-oiit.
The forth-cominc ronort of tho comn-
trollor of currency, will contain tho fol
lowing on tho subject of interest on de
posits and certifl:atlon of checks :
In my last annual report 1 referred
briefly to tho evils resulting from tho pay
ment of intereat on deposits; and my pre
decessor havo frequently referred moro
nt length lo luo sumo subject. Tho difll
cully lias been that proposed legislation
bv cotiirress upon this subltct would annlv
only to national bunks. Thu ell'uut of such
legislation would bo to bring ftato banks
anu savings banks, organized by authority
of thu dillerout status, 'in direct
competition vrith national bankt.
in securing tho receipts of
correspondent and dualors, Tlio national
banks will budceirlous of retaining tliolr
tiusinets, nnd tho moro unscrupulous
would not hosituto to avoid thn law by of
fering to make collections throughout thu
couutry froo of cbnrgoj to buy and sell
locks without commitsion, and to redis
count pupor to low rates.
Tho propoiod plan of tho clearing
hou In tho city of New York, if adop
ted by clearing bouses of tho principal
cities of tho Union, would do moro to
prevent tho paymont of Intorost on do
posits than any congressional ouactmont.
Hut tho evils resulting from the payment
of intorost on deposits aro by no means
conllncd to city bttuks. It may bo safely
aid that this custom which ptovnlls
In nlmost every city and village of tho
Union, bns dono moro than nil elso
to domoralir.u thu business of
banking Statu banks, private
bmkers and associations, under thu guldo
of savings banks, ovory where, oiler rails
of Interest on dsposits which cannot salely
ba paid by thoso engaged In a legitlmatu
banking business. National banks desir
ous of retaining thu business of their
dealers, also makes similar offers nnd tho
result is not only an incronso of tho ratns
of Inturuit paid, but business inon lont as
consequence investments in unsecured
loans bringing ultimate loss upon the
shareholders of banks and tho depoiitors.
Tho kind of legislation needed is that
which shall npply to nil banks nnd bnn
kers, whether organized under tho
national currency aits or otherwise. A
law prohibiting tho payment of interst on
deposits by national banks will havo lit
tle etl'cct unless followed bv uluillm- l,.i.
Utiun under authority of tho dillorent
states and thon tboro is llttlo
hopo that such legislation can
lo obtained. Tho national currency
act, which was pas.ed during tho war, pro
Vlded for a tax for ono-half of one per
cent, of all deposits, and subsequent in
ternal rovonuo legislation extended this
tat to all deposits madu with stato banks
and Individual bunks. This was essential
ly a "war tux," una should, in my judg.
rnent, bo repealed with othor similar inter-
nai revenue taxation, and 1 reccommiind,
If If gUlation Is proposed on this subject,
thit tbo law bo amended ns to repeal this
Tho construction bureau of tbo navy
department says if tho work at nny of the
navy yarns lias been suspended, It is not
becauso of ordurs from Washington. It
was only to-day that ordurs were received
from tho bureau to mako somo additional
repcir on tho Colorado at Now York.
Tho Jtoanoke Is not tntunded for tho
North Atlantic squadron, but for thu
mouth of tho harbor, snd as for tho Die
tator, tboro was vory Utile nccejiary lo
uu uuug vu uer.
Roportcd Expressly for the Bulletin.
A HATCH OF UNIMPORTANT IMS
I'rom Columbus Olilq..
Coi.vmiicm, November ,'JC,-Yestorday
afternoon i M. Ilmmliso and Emma Tur
ner, agents of thu Howo Sowing Mnohlno
conmny of this city, loft hero with their
horses and waggon lo deliver sowing ma
chines to parti'os near Slmdo-vllU', in this
county. W'1"0 crossing Jllg vVAlnut
cronk tho horses got bxyond tlioir depth
nntl was drowned. Tho man and woman
clung to tbo waggon for four hours, and
Although their struggles Wero wltno-sed
by several persons on tho shore, no vory
vigorous ellorts wore mado to tavn them,
andjuit at dusk thoy disappeared from
sight, nnd no doubt woro drowned. Miss
Tumor's family reside In this city, but It
Is supposed llrandiso relatives all resldo in
I'rom Cleat land, Ohio,
Ci.kavi.ami November 25. Whon tho
connection botwoon tho two section of
tbo walcr works tunnel was made, about
two months Ago, It was thought tbo work
was substantially flnishod, but in clearing
out that portion of tho tunnel
tilled with sand, it has beon
found that thu tunnel und tbo
brick work lias sottled from two to six foot
causing n bad broalr. It Is not known how
far thobrcak extends a tho short end 1ms
not yut bi'on cleaned. The trouble begins
at a point thirty-flvo hundred fo.'t shore
wards frcm tho crib, and It has been do
eided to nmko a detour nround thn break
by constructing Cvo or six hundred feot of
now tunnel, which will delay tho comple
tion of tho work somo months.
1'rnm Nimv Vork.
New Yoiik, Novcmbor i!5. Tho asso
ciated hanks hold J U.b'SS.Ol'O, uu increase
THE INeiKHSOLL TlllAI..
Tho tcsti'iionv ill tllll t ll 1 trial u.
day was rather conflicting.
TWO CATHOLIC l'ItIKSTf(
American citizens who wero oxpolled
from the City of Mexico at tho point of
bayonet by tho Moxican nntliorltles, hnvo
engaged a prominent lawyer here, who
has corresponded with tbo secretnry of
stato demnndlng that reparation bo forth
with accorded his clients lor tho net per
petrated by tho .Mexican government.
l'roiu LltTie Hock.
l.lTiLr. Hock, November 25. Yester
day morning tho northurn bound pas
sonqer train on tho Cairo and Fulton rail
roid was ditched Mbout ten milos out from
this city, tiovoral cars woro wrocked, but
no nno seriously hurt.
A lar-n nnd enthusiastic mooting Is be
ing hold hero to-night to givo somo ex
proision in rccard to tho Cuban nltroci.
Ciiicauo, Novombor 25. At llloom
Ingtun this forenoon, in thu McLoan coun
ty circuit court, Judgo Tipton, before
whom an nrgument was made nomo weeks
since for 'thu appointment of n rccoiver
for tho Oilman, Clinton nnd Springtlold
railroad, for tho alleged credit mobolier
lp.narttnn An tl-- ,vnrl rl 11 ulr.
tho grand Jurors granted tho motion and
llio roiul goes Into tho limW cl a rocuWor
nt one 5.
AVAFniNeiro.v, Nrvomber 25. For tho
Northwest and thoneo to .Missouri, low
tempersturo, partly cloudy weather and
northwesturlv winds. shittin: lo south
For tho Lakes nnd thonco to Kentucky
An West Virginia, norllwesterly winds,
falling temperature, clearing and partly
Pnr n'ltnnndinn nnil thn.Kntlthftrn Miitpt
northwest winds, falling tuniiieratiiru nnd
genorally clear weatlier.
For thn -Mlddio States and Now Eng
land, northwesterly winds, falling tem
perattiro and clearing weather.
I'm in Allifftiy, '
ALllANY, Novcmbor 2o. An otllclal
examination shows thu statu treasury de
falcation through (jnohiur rhulps to havo
been 3;il,77y. faou.UUO was stolen in
August lait and tho runiHindur in Septum
bar, Thu irrogularitius in tho olllco were
not of a n ut nro to warrant tho romovnl of
litCHMoNI), Va, November 25. (1. T.
1 1 rook b, lulu president of tho Merchant's
National bank of l'utersburg, charged
with embezzling funds of tho bank, has
beon held in -15,000 bail to appear at tho
United States district court.
Montreal, Novombor i!5. It Is esti
mated that about 30,000 French Canadi
ans havo returned to this province from
tho United States during the past threo
weeks, owing largely to thu stoppage of
tho iiianufacturics. A largo portion of
thorn havo left for Westorn Canada.
From Host mi.
kksionatio.n or matok riKiicn.
IloSToN. November "ft. Mavar I'ipfca
has tendered his resignation, to take ellect
on tho li'Jth iml. Alderman Cutter will
bo acting mayor for tho unexpired term.
From New Orleans,
New Oiileanm, November 25. Tho
rcsldcnco of Mrs, II. II. Dickson on Mag
azlnu street, was burned lust night. Loss
Tin: rcoi'Li: of !.ouisiaa v.".
l'LOPLi: IN (ONVI'.NTION
APl'UI.MML.NT OF DULL
(iATLS. A HAKMONI0U8 hKMilu.V,
New Oiu.kans, November 25 Tho
peoples' :onventiuii to-duy adopted an ad
dri'ns and several ri'olutloiu and adj.
Journiil, subject to Iho call of lliu presi
dent, Tliu -loii was horinoiiious. The
lollowlrig was udoptetl .
llfoolreil, Tht our fullnw citizens,
Judgu .lobn A. Campbull, Hon. JUndall
Hunt, Itjburt II, Ware, Horatio N. Og
den And m. It. Spencer, bu appointed a
committeonn tho purl of the people of
Louisiana, to repair to Washsngtion and
present thu memorial for relief from the
Kolburf; u;uriiatlon, and for the rutoru.
lion of Louisiana to her rights and liber-
i ues a ireo milo ol llio Ainetltun Un
ion as guaranteed by the constitution of
I tho United Stairs.
I Speeches wero mad by Oov. McEnry
New Out.KANH, Novomber' 25. Corn
qulot At 7073c.
linnl scarce nnu iirmor; iiorco h ou;
keg 0 75. '
Suuar fair doiuand : Inferior 4j(i5c:
common 6 Jo. j good fair to fully fair 7(3)
jo ; prime sjc.
Molasses in unod 'lemand : common dOc:
fair -I5(if.40(-: primo to strictly prima -Wti
tie; choico 5;t5li!.
riiit-Aoo, .November i!5. Hour firm.
Wheat, demand active, advanced and
irreirulur: No 1 sprimj 1 10CI 12 1 No
2-1 06J casbj 1 C:JJ delivered.
Sr. ljot)i!, November 26. llomp dull
Flour inactive and unchanged, only lo
Whcnt spring dull and weak; No 2 reg
ular 1 01; No 3 rid 1 ;l0Cr) 1 31; No t!
1 &;!1 55.
Corn dull; No 2 mixed J:l(?,llc.
Oats aotlvu and advancinui No 'J mixed
opened at 35 and closud at uTc.
Kyo in demand and higher; No 2 73
Fork dull and unchanged.
Dry salt meats quiet. Clear rib Cr.
Orecn shoulders sold at -lc. Ilacon firm.
Shtulderi and clear sides G7)i!.
ImtiI urm at c.
Whiskey high 67c.
Hogs higher 3 liyfW) t 10.
Ciiicauo, Novombor '-'5. Flour firm.
Wheat demand active and advanced;
No 1 sprlug 1 10J1 12; No i! 1 0IJ cash
1 03J Dacomber; Au 3 1 0t'l 01.
Corn demnml nctlvo and advanced;
No 2 mixed 40 jo cash; 4IJc December;
Oats fair demand nnd advanced, No 2
32jocash and December; 3'.'(i!3a Janu
ary. Kyo fair doiuand and advanced; No 2
New York, Novcmbor 1!5. Flour
moro dolnir nnd hiiilu r, superflno (5 00:
common to iiuod 0 30C 75; good to
choice C aO(TV,7 50 ; whito wheat extra
Whlikev lower, 92(Ti,03c.
Wheat opened higher; clotcd quiet,
scarcely so firm; No 'I Chicago spring
1 -1501 Hi; Iowa 1 I7l -17; Nebraska
spring 1 -17; winter, red western, in store,
Kyo scarco And firm 9Jcl 00.
Iliirley tinner. .
Corn in fair demand and hit-tier, west
orn mixed afloat 70j(G2c ; Insturo C"J
Outs Iirmor, woitorn mixed nflnut IS
Ofc ; wiuio wosicrn oofotic.
Kuiiar nnd molasses nnclmncJ,
Fork quiet and steady ; new mess, spot
1 . m . 14 nf i . i - ....
uu , ruuruary 11 iu ; .unrcii 10 uu,
Cut meats quiet.
Middles steady, long clear 7c
Lard firmer, western steam rpot 7 87 J ;
February 8 'J5S 30.
IU. nnd mil or th KIVi:it.H
For 21 hours cndlug3p.in., Nov. 22, 1S73
lellerson City .. ,
St. l'alil ,
lekhlmri; ... .,
Surface of water below bencn marK.
Oborver Slg. Ser. U. S. A
riTTsnriio, Novcmbr ii5. Hlvor rising
rapidly with H feot in tho chuto.
Sr. Liouih, Novcmbor 1'5 No arrivals.
Departed: Kouutz and Cresent City,
Now Orleans; John A Scudder, Vicks
burg. F.iver falling. Cloudy and cold.
Vickhiiuhd, Novombor 'J5. Down
Hullo Vazoo, Seminolo, John Uigloy, Far
agond, Natchez. I'p Alleghany JJolbi
and Honry Ames. Weather clear And
cool. Itivor falling.
Etansville, November 25. Weather
cloudy and cool, mercury 37 to 3B degrees
Kiverctationary. Up: Mary Duvagu and
bargos, Alex. Swift, qaickstup, Tarascon,
Florecco Leo, Mary Anient, llusiuess
Memi-iiih, Novcmbor i!5. Woathor
clear and pleasant, itivor about station
ary with 8 feet to Cairo. Departed: Lo
gal Tondor, Whito rivor; Cherokee, Now
Orleans; Colorado, Vicksburcj Mountain
Hollo, Now Madrid; Hollo Memphis, St.
Cincinnati, Novcmbor 25. Hlvor 17
feet and rising. Arrlvod : Charmor,
Louisville: H. it. Hudson, "Wheeling;
Andy Ilium, Momphis, Departed : li.
It. Hudson, Wheeling. "Woather cloudy
and col or.
New Oaleans, Novombor 25. Ar
rlvod: Feytonn and barges, Cincinnati;
John A. Wood and barges and Atice
Hrown and bares, Pittsburg; W. J. Iiihou,
Now Louisville. Departed : Croscent
City and barges, St. Louis; Wilson and
barges, Pittsburg. Weather clear and
SAM-UKL P. WHKHLKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Olllco over r'lrxt National bank. 3.Io3in
WILLIAM J. AldiKN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OIHceover First National bank. 3-lC-3m
John 11. Mulkoy. Wlllam U. Mulkoy
MULKBY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Ofllccs Rluhth street, botweon Co miner
clal and Washington avenues,
UHKKN & aiLHKHT,
OOUNBKLOIB AT LAW,
William It.drodn, 1
Williwii II. (lllhorl, V OA IRO, ll.f.lNOIH,
VHiuhjisI attention itlsen to A.lmltsItT sod
nrriosi onio lkve. hooms 7 and H ov am
OITT NATIONAL JIANK.
B10MIS, HUOWN k CO.,
AflKNTB IIOMK COTTON Mll.I.fl
NO. N) Ohio Levflo, Oalro, III.
rillL. II. HAUP,
CONFECTIONS AND TOYS
Fllti: WOKS, XUTH, ETC
s4ur tulo by tlio can or can. Jsjjjr
NO. 10 2 COMMl'.llCIAI. AVK.,
CAIF.O, - - ILLINOIS.
ISrOystorsservcd In any stylo on fhort
ohn (J. llarman. Cha4. Tbrupt
JOHN Q. IIA11MAN & CO.,
N OTA HIES FUHLIO
And Lsiul Agents of tho Illinois Centra1
una iiuriington ami.Ml.bourl Uullroael com
Norlli Cor. tif etls Nt. nnil Ohio Lete
W AO L I. MANU FA0TOK
For Salo at AVhoIosuIo or Retail.
OOKNIR 32D-BTRIKT AND 01IIO LIVII
J. H. UAHIil.SC
ENTERP RISE SAVINGS
Dtari-trw l itisruu as. inhu.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAIKO
CTA. 11. 8AFKOHI), lToildent; I
i.i.o, iniuui,, Tico-iTosiucni;
25u. UYSLOF, Soorotary And Tn
Pi M. Hiaotit, Obas. Oiuoasa,
'A 7f 1MB, PACX 0. BOIICU,
R. U.OeaiiHi, H. P. JliuacAi,
DepoaJtsi nt an Amount Krwlvrdfruru
TTKBEHT paid on deposits ai the rtle ot six
L-- r - - r" .UUU1U, Maivu ih i n c, nepii.cn--hr
iKt. Interest not withdrawn Is t.tit-l tmme-
Hiving them compound Intorest. '
UAKfUID W0MN AND Clm.DBlf MAT
SO THAT DO OKI IUI OA K11W IT.
OnMti ..... hn.lH... .J i. .
L""1.? Vr;aKJO' HAVO DEPefalTt
on!;, from a to o clook.
"" w. hthi.op. Triirr.
TELE CITY NATIONAL
B A. TsTT-C
CAPITAL, T . $100,000
W. P. IIAI.LIIIAT, I'r..lil-nlt
HCWKr L. IIALUOAT, Vire Prl.troi
A. II.HAFPORI), Cashier i
WALTKtt HTHI.OI', A.t.tta (H.hltr-
HTAATfl TaTLOH. HnilBT II. i-hwimiii,.m
ilSKST li. Hallidat. W. P. ll.I I M,r
so, D. WiLUimoN, HrsrniN lliu
A. ll. HirrotD,
Ksebsnsisi, Coin nnd UnllMt Ntnlna
Honda llonslit nnd HoM,
DEPOHITH reoelred, and s Rnrl Unking
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
H. W. Mii.i.KK, President.
J. M. I'm i.ti-8, Vlce-rrohldcnt.
CltAB. C'U.NMNGllAM, Cuehler.
30LLKOTIONS PUOMPTLY MaDK.
EXCJIIANUK, coin, Unk notes an4 United
HUtes sec;-'!' bought and old.
lnliraS Allow- 'Slum Ilriitata
C. W. WIIEELKK,
WOOD .A. 31 3D COAL
OFFICII AXD VMUYT
Tenth Slrce;t, between Washington und
A lliri-0 Klllinlv nf PltUl.lln. nn.l llio
Muddy coal eoii.timtly on hand. Stota
wooil sawed to order. Orders for eeul or
wood should be fo.'t at tho olllco on Tflnth
tsrect. Terms, cash on delivery,
W. Ktralton. ' T. nird
STHATTON k UI1U),
Aeents American Powder Company
.No. f,7 Ohio l.iMfe,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIl'H,
Forwardinpc and OjromiBsioi)
trcptred to forvvird all kinds of freight
io uu poinm.
11. J. (JUN'DIFF,
No. 17 EioiiTii St.,
(i. D. WILLIAMSON,
And Dealer In
No. 70 Ohio I.crce, CAIKO, ILLS.
tSTSpeelal attention given to eonsliru
tneiits and tlllini; ordern. 11-1 it
FOHWAKDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FI ODlt;
OHIO IIIVAH AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lkvkh,
(MucccH.or to James Kynaston,)
liCVCHKH AND DlALKH IN ALL KlNDB Ot
Vhksu Ma Am.
Cokncr NiNsneimi and 1'oflau Ut..
Buys and Hlaughten only the best eattlo,
tiOK-s and thee(, ami Is prepared to till any
lemand for fresh meats from ono pound to
ten thntioam! pounds.
HVLAND & SAUKIl,
AND DKAI.KUS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th htroct and Commercial avenu
nozt door to tho lly I and saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIKO, ILLS.
AND DEALER IN
ICioriTH Stuist, Dktwmhn Waruinotosi
Adjolnlasr Bltteatioaee nuet Ilauny '
Koep the Lsst or Beat, Pork, Mutton Veal.
Lamb, SiHA((e, etc, nj ara praparad lo ssrve
lltisans tn the most aoceptabla msnntr.
AND DKALRH IN
ALL KINDS OF FllESn MEATS.
Nsnr cor. Twentieth Htrert mill C'oui.
Mtiys and sUnghtcrs only tho best Cattle,
iioK and Sheen, ami is prcpnrod to 011 or
lor fur Kresh Meats from one to ten thou-
and pntindH. 7-22U
'Jorner Twolfth street and Washington Ave
J. C. HUELS.
(Lata of St. l.ouls,)
BOOK BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
I1I.ANR IlOOKH of every description done
with noatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done at short notice, illblos, Music.
Magazines and l'erlodlcals bound neat and
at the lowest nosalblo rates.
. onnty work, such as Itecords, Docket
Fas Hooks. HlanVs, etc., nude a ipsclallty
Iloxes, rocket Uooks, Knve lopes, etc
male to order U-M
1 'NEW IfOHK STOitK,
WHOLESALE AND KKTAIL.
LAHUIST YAB.IBTT STOCK IN THI OITT
GOODS BOLD VKHT CLOBK.
(lornar or latatli airssatssssd (lorn
(1. O. l'ATHCH
T. N. KIMliaOUGH,
CARPENTER & BUILDER
Truth Street asset WhtlllBtoa Avenue
dTAll kinds of lobbltiit? work dono on
short notice, and In good style, Leave or
ders at tho shop.
JOHN U. 141LL1U& SON,
(Hucoaisor lo John H. Pblllls,)
DEALK11S IN HAY. CORN. OATH
Flour, Moal, Bran, Ac.,
AGENTS KOR LAKLIN AND RAN
COFFEY, HAKHISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. llurd & Son.)
ri.StVB.URAIN AND HAT.
No 83 Ohio Leveo, CAIRO, ILLS.
1 1. AYIHH. J. A TITH
AYEItS & CO.,
No. 7H Ohio Livai, Uaieo, Illr.
LOUIS II. MYEKS,
........ . n
And Dealer lu
IUY OATS, COKJf, FLOUR
A .1 II I lll-ll III l-ltlllll
iluic ikuuiu iu ijr. li iruuir uaw u
111 Commercial A venne,
W .V I I ) r . I ..Iu..... n- ..1. m .fillll
itei.rmco: c iv .National llauk.
1E T E It O U 11 L,
FLOUR ME t CHA
No. HO Oil lS LKTEt;
i.-'ii tr. haiku ti.i.iniii
R. SMYTH a nn
I WHOLESALE OROOERH,
Cor. Commercial At. and ISth St.
OAIHO. I 1. 1, 1 MO I S) .
piai sicca or
OOTOH AND IUISR WRISK1I
fort. Mavlarla, Hherrvand Ostabaw
GENERAL mMMISSinN MEllflR
And dealer In
Limb, Cemimt, Plastee, Haib, Kt
No OtllO lA)1ti.
K-n I win aaii in mbp mail inia ai m a
turerH prices, dilin freight. 4
xj it " fin. i. .-. i tt i srt. i . t ....
TIIISTLEWOOD & CO.,
IjclMMIRHT ON MRU PH
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY, E
No. 78 OHIOLKVEK,
MILLEH A I'AKKEK,
sn . i j sn . a-i am m M m nvs njw aa
at if it li AitiJin iv jannuuiiii
IPJ ll tJ A I I B 1 llVUflll A MIT
DKALUHH in wi.niin no
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fO FAIRBANK'S BOA
Ohio Lavee. OA1UO. ILL1NOIH.
VI a r a B I Ik ll't.
At AUUU1I lii U, IU
TflOilS & BROTHER,
Succesosrs to II. M.llulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, HROK
AND DIALXRS IN
Mpla aad Faoer OrnearlM,
Foreign and Domestlo
1M Commsrelal Avsnus,
CAIRO, . i ' ILXINOI