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SA.TUHDAY, NOVEMBBiW, U74.
UMclal rrol thOltr Co""
I011N 1L OBJBtLV. Kdltor and 1'nblUhoi
TK11M3 OFT11K UAUA BULLKTIH
One Wirt, br wtrUr, w J. v )V
Oi 7rbj carrier, in adVauci, 0 00
On ywr by' currier tl not pld In
tdvasaa M 00
Otm Mu.. ".7.7.
tiui or ytxxtLir tntum.
one ttx tl 00
Blx Month , 16
Three Months GO
Invariably In advanco?
BdlBC mttr tm every PMr.
It belUYod Ettor'a
Btate will reach 25,000.
majority In tho
IUrtzmx's majority In Jackion county
It 214. Albright' malorlty.U 3,000.
Bix ntJSKRKD department clerks were
tent home to Tote tlx hundred car (area
TlIK next Uoagreti will hare a mJorI
Ir of ieTntyjrn Etmocrata in the
llouie and nine Jjubllcm In tb Sn-
XlAwsttt''maoriljr In Union county
Is 1,107. The yota Is as 'follows: "Win-
ston,02i; Albright, 1,098; Kroh, 1,787;
Inicore, 1,107; Jluaion; 601 ; Thorp, 267.
Tn publication of Uonoral Grant's
letter of 1872 to the editor-of the Oincln
nail Gazette, should havo boen delayed
untll'after the election! and than it would
sot hare been publlihed at all.
Thi atalttant United, atatet Treasurer
at Mew York has been directed to sell
$2,000,000 of gold during Novambor. The
salts are to take place each Thursday of
the month, $6.00,000 to be dlapoied of
each sale day,
Tax State of "Wisconsin haa given a
Republican majority, but it is not unlike
ly that the new Legislature will develops!
a sufficiently strong opposition to Senator
Oarpentar to retire that gentleman from
Gin. Axdebsoh'b victory in tho Nine
teenth District Is a decided one. lie car.
rled his own county, Jefferson, by 7(0
majority, and Hamilton county, Marshall s
home, and Saline county, Ileum's, bono,
both gave him majoritiea.
Till RESULT IN MASS AO COUNTY
The official vole in Maaaac is given as
follows: State treasurer: Tbomaa S.
Kldgway, republican, 032 : Cbarlea Car
roll, democrat, 442; Bidgway's majority
190. Superintendent public instruction
S. M. Etter, democrat, 820 ; W. II. l'ov
ell, republican, 6t', tutor's majority, 174,
Congress: Isaac Clements, republican
170 "Wm. HarUell, democrat, Mi j Clem
enls' majority "3.
Tuc Sparla rjaladealor, luo itepubl.
can paper of Ilandolph county, in iti la,
issue notified its. readers that it had iti
rooster in training and would
bring him out this week to crow
for Iko ClemenU, who was to
have a thouiand more or lejs majority
in the county. It turns out to ho consid
erably less In fact, is nlno hundred on
the other sldo. Randolph is Mr. Han
sen's own eounty, and this large majerlty,
a change of nearly a thousand votes from
the voto cast for Clement's two years ago,
Is a gratirying-evidence of the popularity
of Mr. Hartzell among bis own neighbors
and friends. "Wo want to see the Plain
dealer rooster now, enuVhoar him crow.
Pbxside.vt Obamt Usaid to bavn taku
the Republican defeat with groat lndlHer
enca. The result in Massachusetts drew
forth an expression of surprise from bim.
"Only .this and nothing more,;' Rut on
Wednesday he refused to ten any one,
and was reported unwell. And no won
der. Cool and unlmpasslouod aa hi
Is, General Grant would have t)
be more or Jess than si man not to feal
the rebuke which he people have admlo
IsteredHo htm a robuko called forth bj
hla course In regard to tho third torn
bualneaa. Tho 'greatest soldier of tbe a(e
has found that even he, to preierye wbtt
be Imagines bis own "dignity," cannot
treat with indignity the people of a great
country. His persistent and unaccounta
bleexcept upon ono bails silence
In regard to iho third term business was
the straw which broke tho camel's baik.
It hat brought up with a ehort turn, tie
long list of offenses of tbe Ropubllcsn
party. Tho "idol" ot tho party finds hits
self at a discount among the people. Aid
very naturally he la unwell,
Tux latest returna abow the Illinils
Congressional delsgatlon to be made in
... rii.. irikjii.. ...l.ii. , ..
Ufl IVIiuni, mm- iud flUUHUlU mBJOrilllS
attached to their names :
1. Harney G. Gaulflold, domocrat, M
. vxioi iiBJiituu, uomocrii. rnft.
1.Ui TT TT---I. .1 -
3. John . LeMoyne, democrat, 29
4. Stepbep.Af Uurlhut. republican, 000
to 600 .majority; i ) : ' '
Li. Horatio u
ltllPi)lAr.l rnn.ihll.. n
3,000 to 3,009 ma)o'rfty.J
o. inoa. J, Hendenon, republican, 3,000
7. Alexander Campbell, Independent,
8,000 msjorlty." 'If r '
a. Greenberry L. Fort; republican, &00
9. Richard i'vj ffOTfc,,, 253
majority. " '
10. John O. Bagby, lodepondrnt, 1,200
11. Scott Wlke, democrat, 1,000 ma
(orlty. 12. "vTilllitn Al. Springer, democrat,
, Btotomon, domoernt, 1,000
II. Joieph O. tannon, repiioiiean
15. John Ii. KJou, democrat, 1,000 ma-
10. "William A. J. Sparki, domoernt,
17. "Wm, It. Morrlion, domoernt, 3,009
to 4,000 majority.
18. William Hnrlzsll, domoernt, 2,000
19. William II. Andonon, independent,
the do alia of ono of tho hcavtcit rob
beriea which havo boen rccoutly Iierpo
lated In Now York city, catno to light
lit week, tho particulars of tbo
tintaclicn bolnir at follows: It atiDoar
that an old man namod Luther Bryant
waa arretted on tho charge of buying ,l0'
Ion noetaco itamril from ollico boy", nnd
oa that charge waa locked up In tho
romba. II o occupied a couplo of roomt at
No. 1, f orayth street, and hit hlttory It
lie waa born in uumtnington, uamp
thlrn countr. Matt . wboro bit fatbor
nractieed medicine At tho ago ot four
teen nocraauaiea irom inunui uuku
. ... lllhll ....II
and ho then travolod in huropo for two
Tara. Ueturnlnc. ho was given hit phy
stcan 6 UlplOtna, anu ucguu wum iu mi
nrofeialon. After a reildenco of many
. .... I l ... , 1.1.
yeara in Uurllngton' Vl., he changod bit
home, In 1818, to Cnarluiton, S. U. Then
ha came to flow York. nnd. having
fancy for old coins, ha opened a small
aland on tho aidownllr, near City Hall
l'rlr Hnannn bepan to do it lariro Lull
new. la a oulut war. in burlng iniilHiiimJ
currency hi inirij- ;r
which ho bail rodsumed (it Its full valtto at
tbo 1nltoJ titntoi Troaiury, iio contin
ued in bis business, notwitAstundlm; a
locacy of many thousand dollars left
him by hit brother. It iiad been his
habit, lor thirteen yoars put, to loavo hia
homo at 8 o'clock in tbo morning, walk to
ft restaurant In Cathom street, eat break
fait, tben go to 1I at and Bnd begin the
work of tbe day. Subsequently hn moved
his Utile stand to tho railing In front of
tbe old Dutch church, and boro becatno a
landmark. lie was seldom mined from
his place, llu ploddod on, mindinc bis
own business, and constantly adding to
his little treasure. Recently, to hla aur
prlsc, ho was shown a warrant for hla
arrast , and was taken from his stand to
the Tooint I'olico Court. Ho had never
boon in a court room In his llfu before, and
TEUBirlED 11V THJ5 bUBnouxniNaj.
Helng unable to procuro bail, bo waa
put In n cell and there rematnod for flvo
daya. Meanwhllo hla few frlonda wore
unawaro of hla having been arrested, and
nis roomt, wun inoir niauen troaaure. re
malned unguarded. Late on Sunday
night, October 11, a resident in tbo house
saw a carriage driving rapidly away from
n iron i oi us aoors. investigation
howed that tbo premises bad been ran
sacked and that tbe old man's hfddon
treasure bad all disappeared. Tba room
wnere me iroasure bad boon kopt was
handsomely furnished and was fitted up
wun secroi urawera, in wnicn liryant bad
placed iu.wu in twenty-aoilar gold
pieces during tbo past twelvo years. Re-
fore concealing tho coin he would weigh
It carefully, so as to bo cortain that it was
a pleco of full weight, and tben would
puncn a smau nolo in tbo bead or the
Goddess of Libarty on the face of the
coin, no wouia vtion oncloso one hun
dred plecos of tho coin In silk paper and
THE ROLIB IN TUB 8SCHKT U1UWKK,
A sholf above tho Hoot supported a
largo tin caso. This cats was almost lllled
with raro colnt. too. Gradually tho box
became heavier, and at last he was unable
to lilt It to thu lloor. Accordingly bo bought
a small ladder nnd tiled it In nscond
Inc tbo box to put in tbo coin. The coin
in tbo box Ilryant estimated waa worth
$12,000. Hanging ngainat tho wall thcro
was tl,00u In mutulatcd currency and
$700 in now currency; a gold watch
valued at $500; a gold chain, wolghlng
100 t penny woighte j n diamond ring;
a pair of amethyst aleve-buttonf, otc.
Near the bag waa a trunk, in which waa
hid $20,000 worth of poitago atampa. All
of thia had disappeared, and as toon na the
fact was discovered a littlo girl wont to
the coll wlinro tbo poor old man was con
fined and told bim
THE PAH htokv.
Not ono gold coin waa loft, and some of
Rryant'a clothing had beon taken.
The lock of the trunk had Leon torn
open with a Jimmy, and tho contents of
tbu trunk worn strown over tho floor.
When apprisod ot bis misfortune be
manifested groat anguish. Ho wrung hla
nVdt, and his eyoa woro filled with teara.
lie pu..w. v. ,ia real" on his
own rocogntzance to appear for trial and
tion took him to hla houso. "All ponn. nil
(one," hesald.iadly. "Then,"ho continued,
"there was an .engagement ring ; the set
ling cost $225 ; and thero was still anothor
ring but novor mind, they took them
all." Ho was confident that tho thioves
had procured his arrest for no other pur
pose tban to plunder bis bomo.
Thero sooms to be no doubt araonc
those who know Mr. liryant that his story
is strictly true. "While ho hoardo J money
and jewelry, ho lived well. His npart-
monu wero moan, dui none In Wow York
were moro olegaotly furnished.
He enjoyed i;ood dinners, and waa good
to tlm poor, helping those around him,
but had littlo to say lo them. His monoy,
ho said, he kopt In his room, because ho
had no contldenco In hanks. A few yoars
ago he made a will bequeathing money to
various friends; and then had added codi
cil aftor codicil until tho paper wai cov
ered, and then wishing to put In anothor
codicil, and not having tho room to put it
in, no naa turned tlio will. Tho story ii
that disappointment In lovo made him
resolvo to becomo a recluse, but when Ibis
Is spoken of bo shakes his bead and sayi,
"It's too bad. too bad, that poople will say
IS RISMAROK OOINU TO HAVE A
STROKK OF APOI'LEXY
HcrllnCorrci'poudeiicoof tbo N.Y. Herald.
Tbo temper of 1'iince Ulsmark has be-
come ungovernable. Ho la constantly
I . .".. . ---j . . va
initial. II hnnlth ! vnrv hnM hn.l i.t.
diet of a'klnd to koop htm in n perpetual
state oi levensn irritation, jib cas of
lalo become sullenly suspicious, Impatient
of Dbsorvation, and as rude as u boar with
a aire nsad ; has a soro boad, tndoed bim
self. He has long been Jealous of Count
Arnlm. who li much liked bv tho Oueon.
ana wnose oievatiun would no certainly
welcome to tho nobility. "What ho has
done against Count Arnlm has beon dic
tated as much by fear oi by anger, and
fear Is always cruot. He bas done him.
self more harm than he thinks by those
procwmings, arm i expeel to near evory
day that ho will havo a stroko of apoploxy.
A ROUT "WOMKN,
Mlse Catharine I. Wolf of Now York,
hat undettaken to rebuild tbolower of St.
l'aul's American Church,', in Rome, at a
cost of $7,000. 1
TheNewTork Sun is quita positive
that blue eyes, llaxen tresses and pinkish
cheeks bavo gono out, and that dark hair,
black eyea and rid cheeks have come in.
13. Adlal J
Tho reaion Knellali women liavo go far
outstripped tholr American iliters In tlio
rACo for the frnnchlio Is, It la inld, btcauio
tboy bavo worked whllo our women bavo
Tho brlda of tlio Grand Huko of Vladl-
mlr waa not required to conform to the
ritual ot l3e u rot It cnuror;, wuicn la mora
tban haa bcon conceded to any othca
princoia who line married Into tbelluiaian
lincai cot up too early ono morninc.
and began to acoli tbo servant girl, lilt
llttlo tlx yonr old, who had beon Hatching
nlteniivcly during mo conversation, broku
In wltb, "l'aluor atop icoldlng you
needn't think that lanu'ayour wife. '
UY THIS ritKSIDKHT OK Till'.
UN1TKD ai'ATKS Of AMKHIUA :
"Wo rij reminded by the changing sua-
sons that it is limo to pttusu iu uur dally
vocations, aim oiler tunlks to Almlglity
God for tho murcies mid (.buudanco ul tlio
year, which it drawing to u cluu.
Tbo bleralnga of froo guVoriimuul con
tinue to bu voiicliafod tu us ; l bo curtb
bat responded totholuborot thuhuiband.
man tbo land h&s been frcu lrjm pesti
lenco ; lutcrnal order It being tiiaintaincd,
and peacu with other powors lim prevailed.
It la fitting tbbt at atatod perloda wm
should cukto liom our aceustumed pur.
suits and from tbu turmull of our cully
lives, and unilo In tnauklulnoas for tho
blessings Of tbo past, and In tho cultiva
tion of kindly fto.ings toward each Jtbor.
Now. ibureforr. rccounlaloir tho onald-
orll"o, 1 Ulfo t). (iratit, proatlent of
tlio (iulled iilntci. do rvcomiuerd to all
citizens to assemble In tLcir wspoctlvo
nlace of wortblii on TbursJav. thu 2tlth
day or ovombor next, and express tbo r
thanks for thu raercv and favr of tbe .
mighty God, and laying askb all political
contentions, and secular ccupationa, to
obsorvo such a day as a ry of praise.
in wllntaa wperuoi, i nave hero
with aet my nand and caused tbe
seal of tb United States to bo
etllxodj dono at city of "Wsiblng.
ton this, tho twentj-sevonth day of
October, In tbo year 1674, and of
tho Independence of tho Unltod
oiato tne ninoty-ninin.
U. S. Grant,
Hamiltox Fish, Secretary of "War.
Consumption Oa Re Cuhcu-.
tecbenck a pulmonic Srrun. bebenck't
Sea "Weed Tunic, Schenck's Mandrako
rills, aro tbo only medicines that will cure
Frequently medicines that wilt stop a
cougn win occasion tne ueatb or tbe pa
tient ; tboy lock up tbo liver, stop tbe cir
culatlon of the blood, hemorrhage follows,
anu in uct, tboy clog tbo action or tbo
vorv orcans that caused thu couch.
Livor Complaint and Dyspepsia aro the
causes of two-thirds of the casus of Con
sumption. Many persons complain of
dull natn In tbo aide, constipation, coated
tongue, pain iu tbo ohoulder-bladij, feelings
of drowsiness and restlessness, tbe food
lying heavily on thu stomach, accompa
uied with acidity and belching up of wind
Thoso symptoms usually orfcinato from
a disordered condition of tho stomach or a
1'onons so nllcctod. if they take ono of
two heavy colds, and if tbo cough in these
catos do euaueniy encckea, will nnd luo
stomach and liver cloccod. remaining tor
pia ana inactive, ana almost boforo tney
aro awnru mo lungs aro a mass ot sores
and ulcerated, tho result of which la death
hchenck's l'ulmonic Syrup la an oxpec
lorani winch aoot not contain upium or
anything ca eulated to check n coughjsud
cbcnck'a Sea Wood Tontc dissolves tho
food, mixes with tbo gustic julees of th
atomacb, aids digestion, nnd creates rav
When tho bowels aro costivo. skin ml
low, or tbo symptoms otherwise of a bll
lous tendency, ucbonck's Mandrake ri
mesa medicines aro prcparod only bv
.i. 11. Scuekck & Sox,
Ih.K. cornor Sixth and ArcbSta-, Thlla,
And aro for sale bv all druirista and
JYu I'rrion rim iiiIip il,rr IIIIK r.cii'ruril.
Iiur to (llicclluni, anil mualn long unwell, pin.
lelcil tliclr linf nro not ilrsirnji'ii iij nmiciHl
iiulnnu or other Incaiii, ami Mtal orcaua wasted
lieiniiil iwliit urtciulr.
)iriin or linllarlloii,ncail.ic!ic. r.ilu
In tlio fjliuillilerK. CouelK. Tlttkl acaa of llto Chen.
Hk7lin. hour Kriictutlons ef tho btranaclt. Hud
Tnilo In the Mouth, UiHoul .Vf.acVH. ralpllatlun
iil the Heart, lun.iiuniatiun ul tho l.unpn, rain in
the reelon ul tlio KlducjB, ami a liundrril other
piluliil tj iiiiitoiim, mo tho cni unc of Hji.pci-
a. One Ixjttlo wi punc a better Riiaraulvo ot
.t- menu limn n lenpiliy mlrcitlknncnt.
t'nr I'rttiiito CuiiipluliiiH, 111 yotliis or o'd,
Ii rilvd ur Eluifto. ut luo ilanu of w manhood, or
tne turn of life, these Tonic Hitter f4plar so do-
i led an lufluciue that liiiiirocmcutu suou per.
I'or InniiiiiliMilor) nnd Cliinnlc Itliru.
nmUiii ami (lout. Idllotu. ItPtiilttcnt and Inter
mittent Icters IM)jnciiortiic lilond, l.her. KW.
iieja and llladdtr, these llltlcru liars no equal.
m li IHsoaFOH an caused lijr Vitiated JSnod.
'I'Iii j men ttrntlr I'lirumirv n Mi ll
ii 'Ionic, iKWHcatliiR Hie inerll ofoctina as a
"owcrful uiteut In iclicvlntr Connexion ot In.
animation of the Uvcrand VUcciul UiKaut. and
u llllloni Ulicnupii.
Vor NUlii lUciii',Iiiiiitlon, Tflter, Halt,
rthcum, lilotehe,hpot. rimiijp,, ImmuIpk, s,,n,,
'aibuncle, lllnit-woriin. Ncuid Head. Soru Tim
j.rjrsipela. Itcli,scurr, HN. oloralloimif tin Skin
Humor ami IMseancn olihc huu orw hiiirict mime
mature, are lllcrallj iliiKupaiidi-Dinedint r,r
(ho ayatcm Inn short time by the uo ut ticmj
(rntrliil TliiiiimimU pr : ihn Vixrciii
liiTKiu the mint wonderful Intmurant lh.it eier
sustained tlm ainalns svtem.
II. ll. .lli l(..l,o Asl'O.
I'riiEBlsy and (ieii. Arik. san rranrlwo. fat, A
tor. t MaahlDEtnu uml Cnsrlton ht.. v. v
Mll.ll IIV .l.l. HUUtiUlhTH A IlKAI.l'uS.
Coa l and Wood Yakd.
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
Kent coiittuntlv on hnnil at IIohi' Vanl.
ComtucrcUl uveiiue, oppodltu Dross' lluilcj.
Orders liromnlh' Ulleil. L'oul and M'nml
delivered lieo ol chaive, Term Mrlctly
1 . ill iWPpHM, ,1.
Nowepper mlvcrttMii; pronotes trade, for
ovMtho dullest times biIvmIIicm eciin
by Tr the largest sharp of vlnt I? hclmf
,... .. a i.i.u.
tlon to thu reputation of theoodn adver
ttscd, because It l a pcrmaneiitlun.iccnco
nlways at work In their Interest.
iwspaper nilvcrtlslng la now reco-rnlzed,
hi hiihlneKri men having faith In their own
wtrei, as tbe mcit elfoctlvo mean ferae
ciring for tholr yoods a wide rccojnltlmi
of their racrltf.
.! I -
Newspaper niivcrtihint5t tbe moht energetic
and vigilant of suleuraon; aUdresslns thou
tands eacJt day, always in tho advertiser's
Intercut, and ccaelesly at work pecking
customers irom all classes.
Wewpapcraavemaiug impel, inamrj-, and
when tlio article oilerta I, of good nua.lty,
and at it fair price, tl1B natural result Is In.
And Dcslcr In
Lime, Comcnt, Plaster, Hair, fie.
KiTI will fell In car load lotn at inanulao
Hirers prices, adding fTflght.
'., It, .Malliuit n. .' I
MATHUSS &. UHL.
KIjUUH, OHAN, hay and
Caiho. I r.r-M.
COFKHY, HAIIHISON & UO..
(Slicveaaorato 11. Html A Hon.)
rs.lillK.tlllAIN AMI HAT.
No U3 Ohtti hsviw, CAIRO, I MjH
Wood Rittethouse & Brother
Oe.nkp.ai. Commission AlEHciiAfT,
133 Ohio Lcvco, Cairo.
H. A. Thorns jj. ij. Tboui
THOMH & BROTHXK,
Sucoetosrs to U. M.Uulen,
i.vo ustaLstiifl l?
fltnil nnd Kurj firorrrlre,
foreign anil OomeiUn
Ut Commercial Avonue,
WHOLESALE AND 11KTAIL.
Lxaiasr VABiiTr stoos ib tuh riTV
OOCDSflOLD YJEBY OLOHK.
lururrol Kluetventtt atrraSniHt i'iiih
OA 1 11 0, ILLINOIS.
C. O. 1'ATIKU
MILLER & PARKER,
FLOUlt, COItN, OATS, HAY.&c:
Agonto for I'aiibauk Scalod.
OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS &, SON.
(SucccMor to John II. l'hllli",)
FORWARD ING MERCHANTS,
31 HAL, MIAN, Ac,
AgnU for IaSin & Rand Powder Company.
OOlt. TENTH ST. OIHOI.KVKK,
N . Htratton. -p. ttlrd
STRATTON &, BIRD
AgcntH American Powder Uouipany
i7 OfO Z.SrHJC. CHlllO.
E. J. AYBK
QKNKH tiL COMMISSION MEItOHANTS
No. 7H Ohio Lavaw.OAiKn, Ii.m.
LIQUOR 1) E A L E R
No. 00 Ohio Lcvco,
M. K. KUENE,
COn. 13TH AND WALNUT BI'llKKT
P.O. lloxWK ClS-lO-lI-'t:
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
iVo. 70 Ohio Lcvco, CAIItO, ILLS
SSTSpeclal attention given to coimlgu.
menta and lllllnr orders. IUI tl
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M.D,
HESIDKNCK No. 21, Thirteenth Mreet,
between Wakhlnt;ton avenue and Walnut
Hreet. Ollico 1'JOCominercliit avenuo, up
Chemicals, Patent Medicines,
Toilctt Articles, Druggist's J'ancy Uooils, LoJher White
Lead and Other Grades, Paints,' Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax flower Material, Trbo Colors, Dyo
Stufls, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wc Solicit correpondnco and orders from Druxf(liU, J'lij-flclona nd (leiierat Htorea
n ,ntnf (limila In mir l.lnc. Steamboat. I'tantiitlmi ami Family Mtdldiiu cao turn-
ihed Oi U.HIU4 ...in, jtcllablo l)rili; at Ue.i'onabli. l!atH'
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & I'RESJJRII'TION,
71 Ohio I,eui. Wasiiliintoii v. ror. lllfi'itli St.
Vulcan Iitox Work
COM MKHCI A J. A VKN UK,
JOHN T. BEJ?NIE, Vt.
machine a it o i
l'OKKS AKII I'irR KtTTlXO,
TK.Vn r.MJ I .MIS, M I I.I., HTVA HUU 11
Vlanutacturci ana repaired.
Special atlintlon Riven to UiiUt ami bc.ivj
rorelui;, boue. bridge, railroad and Jail u'otl
and all work of a xlmilar character.
Steam and ga llttlni; in all iu branchc.
A full awirtment of Morrla, Taker A Co'i
I'hlladdpbia pipe and tlttins. Ilrasagooda
3tc, aad tr lixturca alwavn on hand.
l'U'INO OF HOl'SK KOIt OA
Mua x Hi-rciAi.Tr.
Autnt ror Cameron special iteam pumc
and boiler leedcr. Tbe bent manufactured,
CoU'n patent syphon pituijis, and Judtou'j
patent governor and KOternor valtc.
Tbe following engines, etc., for lalo :
Two steamboat engine, IbJ inch bore ol
cylinder; tlve foot atroke, and in tjood ordei .
One steamboat ebalt and crank; wrnt iron.
One cmttiie for hotntlnx freight 71X10.
One IOX'0 aaw mill engine, with tbafl and
crank for muly or gang aaw, second baud.
One new 7X12 engluc; my own manufac
ture Alio, a seond-band atavo cutting ma.
;hlno and jointer, and warehouse hoisting
maohlne, In good order.
Knglnes and machinery of all kinds bought
To the Kditor ol Tiik Iluf.r.uTiHj
KhtkKMKI) I'ltlKNn: You will plsam In
fonn your readers that I bavo u jioiltlvu
CUltll FOIt COXSUJU'TIOX
and all ilinonler ol tbe Throat aud Liingi,
and that, by iu uo Iu my practice, I !me
:ured hunilrels of cscs,and will give
or a rasa u will not bcncllt. Indeed, i-o
trong in uy faitb, 1 wll send u Sami'I.i:,
ntKK, to any h iffcrcr :iddrcilug me.
l'leaso ebow .bin letter to any ono you may
snow who Ii NiTerlng from thciio tilacateii,
tnd oblige, 'althlnlly Yours.
DR. T. F. BURT.
ill) William M. A) u V
JOHIT P. GAMSLE
Tho Best nnd ChonpoatWnRon Mnn-
O II I O -Cj 33 "7" 33 33
Ni:.n IIItii tiii:ct.
Perfumery, Snap?. Pruslion,
THE CITY XATIOJS'AL
W. 1'. IIALI.IDAV. l'rniiili'iit;
lin.NUY L. 1IAI.LIDAY, Vloe rrclilit.
A. It. SAKr'OltH, ilBflilir:
WAL'I'KIt HYriLor, Ai-l.tant Cashier.
STAUS'i'AYUHt, It. II. OU.NM.VIIHAM
ti. . UAI.I..I.A i , . i. ll.w.unAV.
(I. 1). Wll.UAil.O.V, STIlMllUt llUltl,
A. II. SAI I'Ollll.
Kxt liil!tt;o, Coin uml Unllcil,'! Slitlc
lttini i lloiiglit mid Sold.
DKI'OSITS ruciU'.l ail agttHcrril linnku.
KNTKltl'iilSE HAV'l.N'drf 11AM.
fllAKTUKIl Maixh 81, 1SC1
C1TV NATIONAL II A NIC, OA 1 110.
A. II. SArKOIll). I'roiilont i
S. S. TA Yl.Olt, Yico-l'roldriit i
li nviLdJ', sueritiir) and Trcaurer.
I. M. IIA1IC1.AY, ( 'ii as. Oai.k.iii i:,
K. JL .SrorKi i.Krii, 1'ai:i. ). Sciiuii,
It. II. Ol-.NNI.VIIIIA.W, ii. L. ll.t.I.II)AV,
.1. it. I'llll.UI',
l.VTEUin' paid on deposit at tbo rate of
tlx per cent, per imiinin, March I ft nnd
aptemtier lt. Itileri'-t not witbilrawn H
addi'il liiimiMllately to tho jiriiiclpal uf thu
.iLpo-it-, tliercby giving theni coiupoiiud
MAKIlIKI) WoJIKN AND CIllI.IIRIl.V JIAV
Ull'OStr M0JIKV ANU NO ON K KlJiK
CaN DltAW IT.
Ojien cety bnlni"H day fiom . m. ti
p. in., noil -ittiirday vciiIhl' 'of tHn de
posit cnly, Irom (I to o'emck.
W. HYSLOP. Treasurer.
Snirord. Morris & Cundoe.
7!1 Ohio hovct', Oity Natioiml Kami
Jiuililiiiy, Uaiiw, Ills
t' io oldest italiIWiiid Agency In Soullio
Illinois, rc'iuo'-uitliig (itci
Cairo jox and IJaskct (o.
OP A I.I. KINII3, IIAItl) AND KOIT,
m:ii i v i 1 Connor !51tli Street
Mil) ami Urd.f umI 0,io Lqvco
' cTn. hughes,
General Insurance Agent,
Ohio iioveo, over Matlius & VhVfi.
lay-Joiif l Jrtt-chM tlmjmniti