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TiHJKSDA.V,00TOUKn SO, 1B71.
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TEHM3 OK TUB UWLV UULLKTIN
One waek, by carrier..... t
One year by carrier, Id advance 10 00
Use year by carrlct tl not In
adiance i2 00
One month, by mall 100
rnree month , 3 00
UmoDtha. tiV
One year 10 00
THUS or WECKLT BUM.KTIN.
One ir tl 00
Six Months "5
Three Month M
JftMsdlasi mailer on rery puff.
Democratic State Ticket.
For Stato Treasurer
CHAItLKS OAHUOLL.
For Superintendent ol Public Instruction
S. M. ETTEll.
For Congreii Eighteenth District,
"WILLIAM HAltTZEL.
l"or Representative Fiftieth D.'-trlct,
FOUNTAIN K. AbmUGUT,
CT.AIUOllNt1: WtttSTOK.
THE PLATFORM.
First The rcitoratlon ul j;old and silver
as the bash ol the currency; thcrcauuiptlon
ol specie payments at toon a po-elblc with
out disaster to tho bit'lncst of the country,
by steadily opposing Inflation uml by the
payment of the natliiiaUndcbtvilnci in the
money ol tho civilized woild.
Second Free commerce; notarllV(urny
other purpoie but rrvrnue.
Tmni Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary laws.
roi.T.Tll-Tlu! right and duly of tin
ftalo toirotcct It citlcn- from toil Ion
aud unjust discrimination by chattered
monopolies.
FivTii-ltigUt ra-trlcllon nt ttio govern
ment, both fauto and National, to the legit
imate domain of political power by exclud
Ins therefrom all executive and IcglMatlvr
tntcraaeddllng with Hip allnir of ,-ocirty
whereby monopolies aiu fotcrcil, priil
cigod claics aggrandized, ami hulls Idiu
ircoilom unnecessarily and opprc'Msely
rtsiralncii.
I'OLITICAJi DlKEtTODV.
fnl.. r .11 - . i ...
xiio iuiiowidi; ocuirai coiiiuiiuci:
was appointed by the Republican con.
grcsaional convention that met a
Mound City, August 1U, 1871 :
Aloxandor county, O. W. McKeaig ;
Jackeon, Ilooj. L. Wiley;
Johnion, A. J. Aldon;
Mauac, Henry Armstrong ;
l'errv, S, .1. l'Arki ;
l'ono, II. l. IJakcr ;
l'ulaiki, George W. Mottz, .-jr.;
Kandolph, D. H. McMasten ;
Union, l. 11, Stlnion ;
AVilliamson, Mllo Krvf in.
Tho following Ucntra Committee
was appointed by the Republican con
venfjon ol tho Fiftieth senatorial ilis-
triet, held at Wound City, August 13
1874 :
Alexander county, K. K. Walbridgo;
Jackion, Kzra U. Pellott ;
Union, T. II. Phillips.
At tho Democratic concessional
jonvention, hcld.at Anna, September
o, 184, the following Central Com-
mittoc for the Eighteenth district was
appointed :
Kandolph, Uevorly 'Wiltshire:
l'orry, E. 1). Kusher;
Willlamion, O. W. Goddard ;
Jackion, O. W. Andrews;
Union, Hugh Andrews;
Johnson. I. N. 1'ierce;
Musac, J. W. Thrift;
Pope, D. II. Field ; .
Pulaski, Obed Edton ;
Alexander, John H. Ubarly ;
At Largo, Judge F. liroif, Cairo.
Tho following cxecutivo committee
for Union county was appointed by
0io Democratio couuty convention that
met in .loucsboro, Auguit 21, 1871 ;
Judge M. C. Crawford ;
0. 11. Kroh ;
0. 1 WU.
Tho lollowmg State committee was
appointed by the Doinocratic-Opposi-tion
convention, at Springfield, August
20, 1871-
1st District, K;bcrt Jameion, Chicago
'2d district, Win. .I.Onahan, Chicago
!ld District, F. II. O. Winton, Chicago
1th District, A. M. Harrington, CJenova.
6th District, Win. Wright, Froeiiort.
Cth District, J. S. Drake, l'.ouk Island
7tb District, Geo. AV. Havens, Ottawn.
8th District, AYaiblngton K. Cook,
Lacon.
Jtu Dlitrkt Oh. V. King, IVuiU.
tOVh Dtttrict, DiLvid V Head, CurUiaKO.
lltb District, J. M. Iluib, lMutleld.
l'ith District, K. 1 .Merritt. Springfield
13th District, John A Mallory.HavanH,
ltth District, J II. lluiby, CtiampHtgn,
uiiuici, n, u. r -non, r.mng
ham.
ICth District, C. D. IIoiUi, Greenville.
17th District, W. H. Kronie, Kdwards
vIIIp. Wth District, W. U. Urvn, Cairo
l'Jth Dlitrlct, Jamea l'.itobiuioo,U!noy.
At Large, K. H. Miller, Chicago.
At Large, It. W. 'i'ownaond, bhawneu
town. At Largo, Wm. Jlrown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Hrowu was elected clinirman t'f
the commttlec.
The lollowmg Central Committee
was appointed by tho Democratio con
vention ot Alexander county, at Cairo,
Aueuat'A 1871.
Clear Creek, Thomas ,1. McClure.
Goose Island, U. Uroanley,
Dog Tooth, N. Uunsacker.
IJaKlowood, James K. McUrltu.
Tbabes, J. O. ltolwlog.
Santa Fe, J. W. Kan fro w.
Uoltv, W. J. Milford.
North Cairo,.) II Metvalf.M II llarroll,
T W Halliday and Jainrs Carroll.
tkmtb Cairo, John H. Goisman, John
HoTlay, John Hogan and Dr. D. Arter.
The following Central Coinmiltco
wa appointedby tho J)cinocratielib
oral convention that mol nt Anna,
September I, 1871, ami nominated
candidates Tor the legislature in tlie
Fiftieth .Senatorial District :
Atexandor, II V Ittako, J O Lynch.
Jackson, 1 Dishon, Joseph Outly.
t'nlon, Oliver Hill, T M Ferine,
At Largo, T K llouton, of Union.
Clkmknt!, is a reprose:.ta'.lvo tn con
greis. has been ttlod and fount wanting.
A change muit bo for tho belter It can.
not be for worse. Voters of tho Hlghl.
cenlh district, glvo ui Harlzell.
All that It necessary to tho success of
Mr. HarUoll on Tuoiday noxt, U activity
on tbo part of hU fricndi. If they will
attend tho polls and vote, Mr. ClomonU
WUI be dofoitod by at least 600 msjorlty
Five dyi until oloctlon day four
working days and Sunday. Democrats
and Ltuorals, bo up and dslng. Wnslo
nono of tbo vrorklng dayi, and don't be
afraid to spoalc a good word on Sunday
for government reform, a rolorm to bo
effected by tho defoat of Otomonts and all
Radical congressmen. It will bo a
Ctr'.stian act.
Tint weak place in Llncgar'a speech
was lit latiuro to piaco tno speaker
squarely with either Clements or Harlr.all
In the congressional raco. Of couro Jlr.
Linegar IU vnlo against Mr. Clements,
who li uniound on tho transportation
question, the civil tlghti quoitlon, Iho
financial question and tornral oibmrquw
Wm. unci Mr. XAnrgtr ijpiiiu mil ti
ttclntci.
Titr. Stato Orangoof Mtiiulppi is do
ing a good work for that State. It ban re
cently inuod an mt'lroJ! to tho pjoplo of
tho North and Wcit. eallitie attention to
tbo Inrtucoinonts olfero 1 to iminlgranti by
tho Stato ol AllfiiMippi In tho way of
climato, toll. hoallh, manufacturing
and marketing facilitiet.chutcb and rchool
prlvllego, etc., otc; to thit addresi is
added tho nmiM nnd formor ronlituncra of
tbo tnembor of llii Orange, among thorn
men from nearly ovory stato In tbo union.
tVo havo been favorcvl with a copy of tho
addrcta by Mr. II. Mugrove, a member of
tho banking homo of Miugrovo At Co, of
Jackion. Miiifatippi, who hta been mak
ing 6 tour of tho North and "West, and
Into whom hands the papers wcro placed
tor di.-trilmtion.
Cot.. I'ttKETT, who is running for con
crets in Kentucky, in tho 1'aducah dls
inci, is r canuiuaia alter uiomcnu own
heart. Ho is making tho canvass of his
district, and is most succofsfiilly conco.il
ing his opinions of tho civil rights bill.
Tho white Kepti oilcans of tho 1'aducah
district have tha ttuo Sjuthorn prejudico
against tbo principles of the civil rights
bill, and Col. 1'ickott cannot atlord to loso
their votes by doclaring in favor of It
Neither daro ho risk tho loss of tbo largo
colorod veto in the district by declaring
against it. Like our own Clemonts, ho
has proved hfmsolf an adopt at carrying
water on both shoulders, and no man In
his district can put his linger on Col.
Pickott and say, in regard to tho civil
rights bill, "ho is horo or hit Is thero."
The Marlon Monitor admires Captain
Clotnonts, and wants to soo him reflected
to congress, not by a small majority, but
by a large ono, ono which cannot bo dosic.
nated by a lois numbor of llgurct than
four. Among tho qualifications which tho
Monitor boliovos Captain Clements
poneesos for tho ollleo of
congrcsirnan, It mentions timt cf
bslog n good prollmltarlan. Wo havo
struggled with Wotsler's Unabridged for
a good half hour, but wo can't como up
with "prollmltarlan." Wobstor missed tho
word. Therefore, wo am in doubt as to
what tbo Monitor moans, when it auorts
that Capt. Clements is a good "prollmlta
rlan." Perhaps It moant to say that ho is
a good parliamentarian. Hut this won't
do; Capt. Clements' record in congress,
his rlvor improvement spoecb, doesn't
entltlo him to any such distinction. Wo
aro willing to admit that h It good, had
or an indili'eront 'prollmltarlan," but a
good parliamentarian, ievor.
Col.. John Maiiti.v, of 1'aducah, and
of tho Ifontuckfan, mado a spocch at tho
capital removal convention In Loutivillo.
Thocolonol favors tho removal, of courio,
and made somo very good points In his
speech. As tbo "coat of Kmplro has trv
olod west, and Is to-day found in tho
contor of tho Miiiisslppi valloy," ho bo
lisves that the capital ol tho govornmont
"jhould bo removed from Its proionl loca
tion to tho truo scat of empire, tho valloy
of tho Mississippi," So far, so good. Hut
when tho colonel puts forward tho olnlms
of Paducah to bo tho future capital of tho
nation, and asserts that l'nduuali is to bo
the great city of tbo lower Ohio, ho makes
u lunula.'. As r clti.sn of Paducah, wo
csiinot expwt him to substitute Cairo or
that city. Hut it tho rapllM is to bo in
lb contor of Mm Mississippi valley, Cairo
Is tho point for It, nmt, to mo tho words
of Col. .Martin, misukonly applied to
IVlmMi, when the tlmo and the occasion
arise, wo shall push hor claims, claims of
such a character that thny must Insure a
favorable decision.
PHOrOSKI) FLIGHT OF T1I1J
IILACK1I1KI).
Mr.l'opo has inducod .Mr. Hird, tha col
orcd orator, to roply to tho Athoneum
speech of Mr. Linegar, and rally the boys
for Clements. This duty Mr. HirJ will
perform to-morrow night at the court
liouie. It may bo altogether improper in
us to say that thU colored man is really
a person of ability, anU an orator of con
ihlofablo force, using language unobjec
tionable, and sometime approaching gen
ulno eloquence. There is nothing bolsto
rous In his stylo, llo has studied some
what tbo advice of Hamlet to tho players,
and is not n failure in hli attempt to suit
tha action to the word, tbo word to
the action. Heretofore ho has been n
warm admirer of Mr. Linegar, who has
often praised him highly ; and if bo shall
now use tho oppotunlty ho has to bold bis
late friond up to the condemnation of
itepubllcan, bis speech will he worth
beating. Mr. Pope will notexrltjdo white
people; and, wo aro alio informed, thai
our colorod friends will permit a citizen
who is white equal privileges with them-
solves, in tho ball, They are resolved to
practice what they preach, and treat tho
whlto trash with as much cniilteiy as
ponlble.
Tin-: conokkssIoVal canvass.
Thero hat been but little apparent in
torest taken by tho people of this con
gressional district In tho canvass for
representative just drawing to a closo.
No speakers ot any celebrity havo made
addrossos, and many of tho old-time pol
iticians on both sides luva carefully ab
stained from taking any part In tho
contest. In fact, tho canvais has been
made, on tbo part of tha Opposition party,
by Mr. Ilartzoll himself; and on tho part
of tha Itepubllcan party by Mr. Clements
alone. Senator Logan, It Is true, mado
thro 9 ipocchos in advocacy of Mr. Clem
ents' claim to reolection, but this Is about
all tbo oulsldn support that genlloman
has received.
In short, tho canvsai has been remark-I
ably qulot. ery littlo money has boon
spent by cither party; no arousing ap
peals to paitlaan passions have been mado .
no bittor personalities have been in
dulgod in. The candidates have moved
around qulolly, shaking bands with tho
pooplo, making llltla speeches to Utile
crowds, in littlo rooms, In which thero was
littlo light. Clements has grasped tho
horny-Inn JeI fsrmor, and wblsporod in
his ear: "I nm thine; tharn in no Intorcst
but yours; and plcaio remcmoor that 1
am the grand chain lighter; tha McCreary
bill dofendor ; tho advocato of river Im
provement ; tho great apoitlo of choap
transportation.' Mr. JUrlajll, on his
part, has pourod into tho agricultural car
the languago of devotod bayseedism ; and
into tho oar of tho general public tbo wise
words of thn goipol of constitutional ro
publicanism. All this has bein dono
quietly.
Theroforo, with an unrulllod mind,
Cilmly and almost slooplly certainly
without that bias which is almost always
the rosult of political excitement, wo can
look over tho Geld, and sptcutato upon
tho probable rosult of tho battle. Mr.
Clements entered tho canvais with a ma
jority of moro than 1,700 vot:s. Can Mr,
Ilartzoll overcome this majority ' Kan
dolph county gave to Mr. Clements l'J
majority over Wnll. This yoar It will
glvo to Mr. HarUoll 500 intjority ovor
Mr. Clements, and In the othor c unties
enough to oiuct him. This is tho conclu
sion wo have arrivod at after a caroful
survey of tho Hold. And theroforo peace
bo with Clements and all bis friends.
l.a.WYKKH.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
T0RNEF& COUNSELOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
OIHIce Oicr First National Hank.
.1-15-3ni
John II. Mulkcy. William C. Mulkoy.
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, XXjXjEJ.
Ollllcci Klghth Urt'ct brtwofii C'ouimer
sjajjiml Washington nvennea Ml-tf.
GREEN & GILBERT,
ATI'ORXKVS
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (ircen, I
William It. (illhcii, ,
allien F. Gilbert, I
CAIilOjIwLS.
EiTSpecIal nttintlon given to
mil ifiR.unho.it hm-vlnekii.
Admiralty
OtUce: Ohio l.evee, Itooiui ,t auuouiu
" Cltr Nntlunul llauk
I.INUBAnOIS
6r?TTTuGHEC
fJenci'.'iI Insiirancoigcii(,
OKKICK,
Obio JiCvcc, over iMntlius k UhlV.
tSyJfunc Int irst-clitit Comptiniu
irprwntcd.
INSURANCE,
KSTAMLISIIKII 185S.
Sall'onl, Morris & Caiidce.
INSURANCU Ad K.NTS,
7!J Oliio JiCvee, City National 1 1 1.
Huilding, CAIlto, ll.i.s.
Pit! iiilit cstalilisliiil Agency lu Houlhu
lllinoL", rt'prcM'iitluv uwr
S65000.000.00.
Cairo i Sox ami 15tislcl Co.
liK.U.KIIH I.N
LUMBEE
Oh1 AM, KINDS, IIAItll A.NII HOIT,
ICtep toiikl.inlly on liaiid
FLOORING SIDING,
ALSO, LATH,
Mill and Yard
Connor .'lltli Street
anil Ohio Lcvco.
mrtfnmntrfmmm
C, W, DUNNING, M. D.
JtlWll)i:SCi:-Coiner Ninth and AValnu
streets. OlUct Corner Sixth street and
Ohio levee, oitlee huiir I'rom a. in., to
U in.' uml H p, in
L'OHMINNION MCBCHANTN.
C. CLOSE
(IKItKltAI.
Commission Merchant
And Dealer In
I lime, CVnipnl, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE.
X3T will fll In car load Inta at manulac.
tlirers price", adding freight.
COFFEY, HARRISON & CO.,
(Successors to D. liurd & Hon.)
FOBWAEDI1TQ-
INI)
Commission Morchants,
ri.lltJK UIIAI.1 AND HAT,
No 0.1 Ohio Lavpo. CAIRO, ILLS
Wood Rittenhouao & Brother
FLOUR,
-AN
General Commission Merchant,
133 Ohio Lovec, Cairo.
11. A. Tnoms lu D. Thoins
TIIOM3 & UROTHER,
Succekoirs to H. ll.Uulen,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BH0KEU
AND DMALBRfl
smpln nrt I'ttncj (ircerle,
foreign and Domestic
iri5.Tr its .3rxj 2X"arre
181 Commercial Avonus,
OAlltO, ILLINOIH.
NKW YORK. UTOU15,
WI10LE8ALK AND 11KTAIL.
L IUOVST Y&1IBTT STOCK I TUB f II Y
GOODS BOLD VKBY OLOBK.
lornrrol HlnMxmlti utrraSaud Com
mrlal Avrnn
CA1KO, ILLINOIO.
U. O. l'ATHCK
MILLER &, PARKER,
General Commission
Forwarding Merchants.
l)eile In
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, HAY.Ke.
Agents for Fntrhank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Sui-ccnor to John 11. l'hilhs)
General Commission
A Nil
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
IlVfllorsi In
HAY, COllN,
oats', FJ-OUH.
MKAL, HltAN, Ac
Agents for Laflin & Hand Powder Company.
COIt. TKNTH ST. A OHIO LKVKK.
CAIRO, ILLS.
1) .ATHP. C. .. AYHrt-
AY KltS & CO.,
F L O U' B
AHD
QENEH M COMMISSION MEHOBANT."
Nn. TR Onto Lvk,()aiho. Iim.
Vi'. Stratton.
V. Illrd
STRATTON & BIRD
WHOLESALE GROCERS
Commission Merchants,
Agents American Powder Company
er ojiio J.JSVSK, chjuo.
R. SMYTH & CO.
WHOLKSALK
LIQUOR 1) E A L Ell
No. t!0 Ohio liovco,
CAlItO, ILLINOIS
ST. NICHOLAS
Hotel and Restauraunt
1 'I'l Colli nicrcial Avoiuie.
I wo ilooro ixiiih of Olro snU Vlnccnnri r.ulliu?d
tCK.
W.M. WET.KL
l'ltorniKTon
A trusty watch kept night and day tor
Trains and Steamboats.
tiii: iir.sr or accommodations
for tranclcnt guests at
T WO DOLLARS l'Kll I A "V.
208-10-Ltf
RoW. Wood & Oo
HI1K1B AVBNUK
PIIILA.DELAIIIA, PENN.,
FountaliiH, Vnics. AiiIiiiiiIh. IronNtalrM,
Lump lml, Stuhle Ftttlim i,
ro Work.
CAST. WROUGHT & WIRE RAILINGS
NKW and UHtOVKl'D OUAIK fortheatnn,
Concert and Lecturo.Halhi.
And a ncneral Assortment of Ornn
menial Iron Work
'X
ADVEimsr. in
lu lli!iin.
A man Intending to do liusiuesH must
flrat prepare hinucir to meet the re
quirements of hU cnatomers; next he
must let CTerjr possible or proliahie
customer know that be is ho prepared.
In a Terr small place be may TELL nil
the people wbat ho can do. Inn largo
Tillage u printed handbill, poster nr
circular, properly distributed, will be
enieacions, but WHOEVER IS IN A
PLACE LARGE ENOUUH TO SUP
PORT A NEWSPAPER WILL FIND
THAT IT IS THE CIIEAPEST.MEDIUM
THROUnil WHICH TO A1HIRESSTHE
PUULIC.
ADVERTISE IX
fit p. lulUtin.
it
!
WIIOTsGSALK
mmm m run in 11
BARCIjiAIT brothers
Jobbers and Retailers or
PURE DRUGS,
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes,
Toilett Articles, Druggist's Fancy Goods, Collier "White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, 'Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax "Flower Material, Tt ho Colors, Dvo
StuflH, Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Wc Solicit corrcypondsnce ami orilcr Irota I)rui;i;lsts, I'liyilrlana and Ocneral Sfire
In want nr (looiU In our l.lnc. Ktvainlmat. I'l.inUtlim ami Kamlly MnHcIno cas l.iri.
ished or Itilllled with lieltable Drugs at lttacnsliln Hates'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & I'RKiCRIl'TION.
71 Ohio Lei cc.
CAIRO.
T. J. KERTH.
Successor lo
3EERWART, ORTH & CO.,
Drulcr in
S T O'-V S,
HOLLOW WARB&0-,
Manutartursr find .lohberot
PIN, SHKI'.T 1 HON and COIM'KK.
WAKE.
rumiiH, lllrd Caxo", Ice Cream Kri'pfz. rs
Water Conl. r'. Wire Cloth for Win.
low c in m,.lapanci Wure.
I.tc, Etc.
TIN ROOFING
fiutteiing nml Job Work
MADK A SPECIALITY.
AKont (or the
GARRY IRON ROOFING CO.
The hct Iron Itoollny In the Market.
Orilerfiom Abroad will ltecclve Promt t
Attention.
Work done with Dispatch and Warranted
to litre Satlsfartlnn.
B. F. PARKER,
(Successor to Parker .V Hlakc,)
Dcaicrln
PAINTS & OILS
VARNISH KS,
mUfSUKS
W A L (i PAPKlt,
WINDOW GLASS,
WINDOW SIIADK!:
And tlic ccleliratfil lllumtiiatln
AURORA OIL.
Dross' lluildlni;, 11th .St. A Comorclal Av
OAlltO, ILLS.
tiiksi: OHNTLi:
Mh.N havo iwii and
am plcacil Willi tno
iluomii'i lMnck,
wlili'lil'iirlliclrliumnr
and lino iiinrnl lesion
Ilk well in llio excel
leiiec ol I'M'iullon,
urn uiu iao-i ii;iiii.ir
rnromox of tho tlay, aud ahom
. nave a placo
III i' trj lunnijr.
I'ltlCK, 10 TIIK TAIIt.
11 not tound at your jitcttiro ilcak'i- hi ml
our order, or lor a di'scriptlvo clri iiUr,.to
he piilillxhet. .1. 1', HYDlJIt,
Clea fluid, O .
S25:
d n. v iuiuiii.a.M
r?if.r. yELf". AUQER AND
TiarmioNuui riioji OQyr.itoita
Csutoiwt, tnt. w. oil.i;i, tu lui,.ii
AND UF.TAII.
Wiu!ilii''toii Arc, ror. Llgiitli St.
IIA--a.S
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
Ol' (UIKO
it. W. MIM.illt, rroldnnl,
.1. M. rilll.l.ll'.i. Vie I'ri'tldi'iit,
CHAS. (JLIN.M.StillAJI, ( ashler.
COLLHCTION6 l'HOMl'TLV MADK.
E.VCIIANOi:, colu, hank note" I id fnltc I
Statoi 'ccmitlus houht and l'l.
Interest nllomd on time ilcpolt
TIIK CITY NATIONAL
BANK-
CAino, iLiiiNoia.
OA PITA I.,
Si 00,000
irKIPKHS.
W. I'. HALLIDAY. I'rwldcnl,
IIKNKY L. HAI.LIDAY, ic l'rc-Idc !.
A. ll.."?AKrOltl), Hhlin
WAl.TKIt HY.S1.D1', Atant ( k'j. r.
jiiKKOTona.
STAATrl TaYMII, It. II. ' "NMNOIIAM
II. I.. llAl.l.IIIAV. W. 1'. II tl.l.lllAV.
(. I'. WlM.UM'ON, hTHI IIKN limn,
A. II. SAfFOKIi,
iA( li;i;:c, Coin mid United Slates
lloiids nought mid Sold.
DEPOSITS ri'coivnl nml a ge neral liank.n
1iIIIiii-h done.
K7TKUPHISK SAVINGS HANK
ClIAIlTEHII .M AIICH !JI, lsl'
CUV NATIONAL HANK, ( A I EH
oikici.us:
A. Il.nAITollI). I'iuhiI . nt.
S. S. TA YLOlt, VlccPreflili-iit
II. HYtl.Ol', secii'lary anil Tica urf r
IMIIErTOIIS:
I'. M. IIaiici.av, has. (!ai n.it j n,
I" M. MllCKI'I.KTII, I'Al'l. (l.MIIL'll,
It. II. (Jl-XNINIIIIA.1I. II. I,. II IXIDAY
I. M. 11111.1.11.
IN rEltET ialil on ili'inelm nt the rite I
six per cnt. per iiniiuin, .March lt anil
."tptmniior M. Iiiloic.t nut wlHulriuvn H
added liiiineillatel tuiho principal nf thi
ilcpomt-, thcrebj (jUIni iliun compound
lnieiet.
MAIIIIIKI) WOMKN AND ('IIIM)HK.V MAY
mrosir Mofir.Y a.wii no onb ki.sk
CaN dkaw it.
Open every buMne'ii day Irom a. in. t :i
p. in., aid Saturday exeiiincii luraavlngMU.
piii.ili enl), from i! tn o'ufoek.
W. IIYSI.OI'. Treanner.
Til Kit K Is more fun In tho
UhrnmoH l'l.UC'K than an
lainleil or i luted Holy thai
has been glvmi ti tho puhllc lor
year. Anvcr hel'orn has been
aecorilcd to any picture or et
of pictures, tho popularity them
Cliromoa liavo attained. Sie,
KJ hy 22 inclics. Price, 3111
the pair.
Aildrr i nriler to
.1. K. UYDEIt,
PllblMiel',
( ItMlaml, Ohio.
NOTICE.
Statu ok Im.inoih, 1 . . In ihn
Ai.i:a.niu:h County. "h ( IitiiIi innil.
Thimiu II. l'ni i'lii
vh.
l.ulltlii.Ml7e, KarinxtMIo and Cl.mdlus
O. 31I.C. and Mmucl Maatn Taylor anil
IMwIn Partoii", Truntces of tha ('aim ( It)'
Propeilv Company.
Hlli In chancery for upecllle, petfoinaiicii
Tho aboo namod dofeniluiita aiu heirliy
notllled that llio nhnm entitled suit 1 pcnii.
In in said cciutt. and tho tliuo and placo ot
the return ot .iimmoni In the cine, Is thu
next tenn or i-ald l OUll, to ho holilen at tho
court hoimo, in tho city ol Cairo, In ihl
couiiiv. ou tho llrt -Monday In January, A.
D.lW'ri! HKVIlKNS. YOCUM,
.tll-lo-M-wtt Circuit court.
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