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CAIRO BULLETIN: SATlllDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1878.
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TOBCOKUHEtl-KIOHTKESTU COSOIIEMIOXAI. DISTRICT
W.J. ALLEN, of Jackson.
ro nKpiirE.NTATivK-nrriiTU fsxatokial ii-
T. W. HALLWAY, of Alexander.
T. T. HOIIINSON. of Jaik.on.
Greenbackebs turn nut ami hear Judge
Allen ut tliu court-house to-uiltt.
Reitblicass, go to the court-house to
night and draw wisdom from the fountain
Democrats, it inymir duty to bi at the
C Mirt-hoiise to-night, unJ give Josh a
A "tannek capf und cap" was nil that
wan left of the Hadical party in Knox coun
ty for a Missouri sheriff to levy upon.
Ghkknbackekh, with Deinocratic nntece
dunti, will do thcniselven injustice if they
fail to hear Judge Allen to-night. His
greenljw kiMii ha (something iu it it in of
the practical kind.
The Ct ntralia correFjKindent of the Mt.
Tunnel I)eni'crat is ri'Sninsililu fur the
Mat:ini'fit that "Mr. IfatT, druggist, is a re
markable woman, having given liirth to
6even children in the last eleven inontliH."
Tiie editor of the C'urhondale ()rfr
tax he "ha a wift jiliu.-c for Allen, lmt it
isn"t in his hi ml." Oh, isn't it J Then we
imagine it wouhl !e an excellent place for
a Democratic kicker to work on with n
Johnson county lKit.
The ItepuMicuiiH of the Nineteenth
Congrcsiiional district went through the
motions of making a nomination at Mount
Cirinel on Wednesday last and Hclectcd
Col. llolert Bell for the Baeritice. Mr.
Townahend will he liis own successor ly
an increased DeiiUK ratic majority.
Opposition to the return of Mr. Voorhees
to the Senate, if any really ever existed, ha
disappeared. Governor Hendricks told his
hearers in his recent address that in voting
the Democratic ticket they were in cll'w t
Toting for M r. Voorhees. This ought to add
Strength to the ticket. The State could not
tend a more acceptahle man to the Senate.
AVe are especially anxious that our lie
publican friends should go to the court
house to-night and hear Judge Allen. We
turn safely promise them a clear and able
discussion of the political issues of the day,
a discussion that will dispel from their
minds the prejudice built upon the misrep
resentations of lying Radical politicians and
a mendacious and unscrupulous press.
The following nominations for congress
bave been made thus far In Illinois: First
district-J.R. Duolittle, Jr., Dcm.; sixth
district-C. Dunham, Dem.; Tlios. J. Hen
deraon, present memtor, R. p,; J. w. Hancy.
National ; eighth diMrict-T. M.Shaw, Dem,:
ninth district Thomas A. lloyd, Rep,; J.
"M. McIIighan, National; eleventh district
James W. Bingletor,, Dcm.; J. , I)jimili,t)
Jtep.; lourteentn distriet-Wulden Jones,
IVtn flftpcntli iltulrmt tt ii .
, -U..V.I II. 1,, J)PI;1U
Dem.; sixteenth district-H. H.Smith, Rep,;
Jauics Creed, National; eliihteemh district
iW. J.Allen, Dem.; nineteenth district
It. W. Townshend, Dem.; Uotort toll, Re
(Jkkeniiai kkiis turn out ami hear Judge
Alien at the court-house to-night.
The Joneslxiro convention, at which
Judge Allen wa nominated, made this tie
round; "We demand, in the interests of
the people, that the I'nitod States bonds
shall Ixt, declared redeemalda in United
State treasury notes, the saino kind of
money ly which they were purchased of
the govi-rnmeut, and that they he made
taxalile; that the national hank notes 1m
withdrawn from circulation and greenbacks
iiued therefor; that the volume of currcn
cy to increased to such an amount as to
satisfy all the demand of the husiniM of
the country, and that the same he mad'.'
payable and receivable for all debt", dues
atid demands, public and private."
Hkithucans go to the court-house to
night and draw wisdom from the fountain
The convention that nominated Judge
Allen for congress expressed these senti
ments: We, the Democracy of the Klirhtec-nth conpre
lonal district of Illliiol. charge that the dejirelon
of hti-lnein interest In the country, the enforced
ldlen of hnndrvd of thouand of our working
men, and the consequent lucrease of utrerlcc and
crime, 1 the direct result of the Cnanclal lepl'latlon
Inaugurated and carried out !t Republican con
Sjtvtte worklna In the Interest of bondholder and
peculatln?capliUl; and we especially denounce
the act of the Uepubllran cons-res Inlsii9. declaring
the t'nlted State bonds. purrhaed by I'nited state
currency, redeemable Iu coin, the contraction of the
greenback circulation, and all the act dlcrlmlnt
Ing a?alnt and depreciating the vjlue of the money
of the people, a act Infamon In their orii;io,
criminal In their del:n, and dlsastron to the In
dustry and commerce of our country.
Democrats, it is your duty to to at the
court-house to-night, and give Josh a
Some years ago a toy in Indiana had a
pet coon that he wanted to sell, but would
not pell either to a Republican or a Demo
crat. Taking the coon to town he met a
man who wanted to buy it. "What are
your pontics; ' asked the lioy. "I am a lw-
publican." "Then you can't have the coon."
Another man stepping up said, "I am a
Democrat and want to buy the coon." "No
sir, you can't have it either," quoth the toy.
Presently a third man wanted to buy the
animal. "What's your politics':" "0,1am
anything to gi-t the coon." This measures
exactly the principles of some of the Na
tionals atout here who aspire to lead work
ingmen. " Their principles are anything to
Greenback ek turn out and hear Judge
Allen at the court hone to-night.
A special dispatch to the St. Louis
Times fiom Waterloo, 111.. tLited 8th inst.,
savs: "II n. Samuel M. Etter, State SiiKfr-
intendent of Public Instruction, and Demo
cratic candidate on the State ticket for re
election, favored the teachers assembled
there with Ids presence ami on Wednesday
evening delivered an able addrc. Mr.
Etter brings, with him the glad tidings of
the work of the Democracy going on
throughout the State. He has been from
one end of Illinois to the other from
Chicago to Cairo and he tells us that the
Democracy will carry the State in the
November election. Mr. EttT says he can
not see how it can be otlierwie."
Reithi.icanv, go to the co irt-huuse t' -
night and draw wisdom from the fountain
Pa'm paper, the Jom-shoro Advertiser, is
not disposed to allow this canvass to be
run on the plane of impersonal politics, and
How (."Hid the Bulletin Is! He wou'.d like to let
the matter drop and suy no more of the part,
The IJilletin is truly good. And it
would like to let the matter drop and lay
no more of the past for ('apt. Thomas'
sake. We have a warm feeling for tin
captain, who, even with his manifold faults,
personal and political, is very companion
able sort of a man a little weak, perhaps,
but none the less good naturcd and good
looking for his weakness. It would be a
pity to open our masked batteries on him,
and we do nottolicve we could llnd it in
our hearts to do so. tot the captain be
wise, therefore, and call otf his dogs.
D.iMocuATs, it is your duty to be ut flit
court-lioiise to-night, and give Josh n
Fiut an ingenious piece of tlnuncialrtrad
Ring commend us to the recent effort of
Senator Mcllouahl, of Indiana. It is a gem
of its kind: He says: "I cannot believe that
congress possesses the power to coin money
out of paper, Jet 1 believe in the fullest
manner in the right of the government to
use her credit in the form of treasury notes
to any extent her creditors will receive
them, and that the people may use them
among themselves us a circulating medium,
ami while the government is carrying so
large a debt I see no reason why she should
not as far hs possible relieve the people of
the burden of the debt as to interest bv the
free use of the treasury note and thus light
en the burthen of the government and at
the muni! time furnish a safe circulating
medium for the people."
GutKNiiACKKii turn out and hear Judge
Allen at the couit-housi! to-niyht.
The campaign In Ohio, like thai in Indi
ana, is wuti lied with great Interest by the
p'oplir everywhere. It is tho state of Mr.
Hayes, now in the White House, and of
Senator Thumiiin, whoa great many people
tolicve will succeed him there. The Sen
ator enters heartily into the campaign, and
if as effective before the people as ho was
in the Sfiiate during the last session, will
not only benefit the Deimxratic party in
the State and the country, but materially
advance his own ; interests, ; Senator
Cliaffc, in a late interview, said that Sen
ator Thurman was the ablest man Jn tho
Senate, uot excepting any. He ceitahily
hfid a great deal more influence upon leg
islation at the last session than any other
The Greenbackers (.not Nationals) recent
ly held a convention at Washington, and de
clares in favor of these principles. "That
the I'nited States tonds should bear the
burden of the Government equally with all
other property, and any legislation that ex
empt said tonds from taxation is unjust
and oppressive. A full legal tender cur
rency for all is favored. A currency ulike
in value in ever)' man's hand, immediate
and unconditional repeal of the resumption
act, the lawful liberation of coin hoarded in
the treasury, and the removal of all restric
tions to the coinaire of silver are demanded,
realizing that specie never can to sufficient
to supply the commercial demands of the
country. The issue of treasury notes to such
an extent as will fully satisfy the require
ments of trade is favored, such notes to to
full legal tender. The retirement of bank
currency and substitution of greenbacks is
demanded. Tiie further issue of interest
toaring-tonds on any account or at any rate
of interest by the Government is opposed,
and while mon.'polies. subsidies and special
privileges are opposed a judicious expendi
ture of tr'iurv notes on internal improve
ment', ainl in construction (if such rail high
ways a.? will furnish protection to our mari
time and laud frontiers and open new mar
kets for the products of Am.rican industry
The C'arbondaie Observer wants to know
what Judge Allen was doing while C'apt.
Tli'-m is was being perforated with bullets
on the bloody n'eld of carnage. At that
tim; .ludgi; Allen was pointing out, with the
prescience of a prophet, the evils that would
befall the country from the reckless class
legislation which wa toing foisted upon it
by a class of ne.-n who, under cover of the
cry of "traitor" against their betters, laid
schemes for their own enrichment it the ex-jK-nse
of the people. For denouncing these
men and their measures of self-aggrandizement
Radical buliies and cowards in Cairo
and throughout Southera Illinois fellows
who bled for their country at cross-roads
tavern and by their own tire-ides inobtod
him, pelt'-d him with stones and Used
weapons to intimidate him and prohib.t
him from uttering opinions which
some ff these same fellows are to-day
howling from every stump in the di-trict.
Judge Allen fearles-Iy engaged then in a
patriotic struggle against avarice and op
preiou on one hand and prejudice and
fanaticism on the other. Rut time is a
great evener of things. Men, now that the
smoke has lilV-d from the scene, sec with
a clearer vision. anil they recognize in the un
popular opinion of that time, which he
had the courage and manli'ssl to proclaim,
what is to-day believed to be political gos
iel by a vast majority of the people of the
West and North. Judge Allen' record is
a source of pleasure to every friend of con
.ItEI'l'lll.li Ns, go to the court house to
night and draw wisdom from the fountain
Co.N( 'EK.MMi the yi-lloW fever that is now
on its way North, a New Orleans correspon
dent gives tin- following as some of its chief
characteristic: About the fourth or fifth
day the eyes turn yellow. The skin, also, as
sumes n yellowin- like- that of a bruise, or
a bright jaundice yellow. However, the
patient does not turn yellow in more than
one case in six. As to the causes of the
scourge, the old atmospheric theory has
gone by the board, mid the best writers
now seem to have settled down to the belief
that the poison is of unitnalcular origin
these animalcules generating and spreading
over surfaces like grasshoppers or caterpil
lars, and being introduced into the human
blood, If they c.it, the most powerful
microscope has hitherto been unable to dis
cover them. One fact that seems to point to
their existence is that the same extremes of
heat and cold that kill other insects hIs
kills yellow fever, win s" contagion cannot
exist and becomes innocuous at deg. and
'iVi deg. Yellow fever is always killed out
after a good frivzc Yellow fever never
spreads above lldil feet above the sea level.
Acclimatization doci not prevent, and no
person has a second attack, Tho period of
incubation is generally four to nine days,
though perons have been known to carry It
in their system Uruty-lhivu days and then
take it. Without t.caimeiif . Kewmv five
out of every hundred iu mi1, o'iili on 1
nti'iit and good iiiir,,i" 1 -U '
iu three is the average mortality. Iu the
great epidemic of 1H07, in some Texas
towns, cue-half died who took the fever.
As to the cure, no remedy has yet been
fi.und, and all treatment so far, crcn by tho
btst physicians, is as empirical as the causes
of yellow fever are unknown beyond conjee-tuiv.
' Pi mix hats. it is your duty to lie at the
roue-house to-night, and give Josh a
TVe desire to say a word to Democrats
who have wandered oif in search of strange
mlitical gods, especially to those who be
lieve they can find the relief they know tho
country stands in need of by affiliating
with the Nationals. We suppose it is safe
to assume that if they were convinced the
success of the Democratic party we mean
by that its control of tho executive and
legislative departments of the government
would secure to the country a return of
prosperity, economy and honesty in the ad
ministration of federal affairs, w ith measures
of public policy in the interest of all the
people rich and oor alike they would
not thoughtlessly shake off their allegiance
to the faith they were torn in a faith which,
notwithstanding the vicissitudes and chang
es wrought in three-quarters of a century,
stands to-day, fundamentally, as firm and
unshaken as a rock, and with every pros
pect of a speedy return of its adherents to
full control of national affairs. In the
overshadowing economic issues which have
resulted from the war, the Demoratic party,
through its platforms, its leaders and its
press, has been found on the side of the ico
ple and against the moneyed combinations
of the cmintty. It has tocn, and still is,
practically, in the minority ; but it has cre
ated and molded into shape a public senti
ment against the parly whose financial re
cord furnishes an unbroken history of op
pression of the commercial and indus
trial classes to enrich the capital
ist and the bondholder. As far
back as 1M!7 Democratic statesmen
pointed out the equity and feasibility ot re
deeming the 5-20 bonds in greenbacks, and
the KcpuhHmns met this demand by the
passage of a law which comH-lled their pay
ment in coin. A man no less distinguished
and patriotic than Pendleton was denoun
ced as a traitor and copperhead for insisting
that there tonds should to paid according
t tin- contract written on the face of them.
Tiie same kind of denunciation followed
Hendricks, Voorhees, Judge Allen and
every prominent Democrat who took a simi
lar po-ition. Since then flu Democratic
party has steadily demanded the retirement
of national bank notes, and the issuance of
treasury notes in their stead. It claims that
t!t;; right to issue paper money as well as
coin is the exclusive prerogative of the gov
ernment. It tolieves that congress should
provide for the taxation by states of green
backs, as other money is taxed. It tolieved
that a crime had tocn committed when the
silver dollar was demonetized and it re
stored it to its time-honored place in the
currency of the country just so sysm as it
was in ositioi to make itself felt in con
gre. It believes that the coinage of silver
should to made as free and unlimited us that
of gold now is. In the present congress und
the one prereiling it it has shown a record of
economy and honesty. Through it the
rotteimi ss and corruption which had as
sumed gigantic proportions under
Kidical domination and which per
vaded every department of the pub
lic service has been cxjioseil and laid bare
to the gaze of a plundered and outraged
people. With a record such as we have
shown, and with a determination to
s"ek the amelioration of the working and in
dustrious among us.no Greenback-Democrat
can find a reasonable excuse for uniting his
political fortunes with the Nationals.
Through the Democracy there is every
probability of accomplishing the reform be
desires. Through the Nationals there is
not even a possibility. As a practi
cal man, therefore, he should to able to see
wheri-in his true interest lies, A very im
portant feature of this canvass, also, and
one which should not be overlooked, is
that the successor of Senator Oglesby will
be determined by the result of the election
in this State this fall. We know that no
Grccnback-Deidocrat would like to see a
a Republican win this prize,
and yet by throwing their votes away
on National candidates, they are uncon
sciously contributing to that end. The
election of a National to the position is out
of the question. The lepublicnn candi
date in this senatorial district is sure of
election. Ifanyoneis to be injured by
the candidacy of a National it must be a
Democrat, and every Democratic loss on the
higislative ticket counts one vote for
Logan. We hope our Greenback-Democrat
friends will reflect Ukiii these things, go to
the court house to-night, hear Judge Allen,
and return to their beds better and wiser
men for having their breasts cleansed of
the perilous jiolitical stuff that now weighs
A MAItltl AUK AltKAKtfEU.
I'Ait!. Aug. 8. The Constitutional, Bo
napartist organ, announces that a marriage
has toeu arranged betweeu Prince Louis
Napoleon, son of the Eiiqieror Napoleon
III., and the Princess Thyra, third daugh
ter of Christian IX., king of Denmark.
The date of the marriage is not yet fixed.
The Constitutional adds: It is stated that
this marriage will to made tho occasion of
a beneficial u isionof the treaty of Plague.
The Princess Thyra is a sister of the prin
cess of Wales.
Two little ouU, a hoy and I ulrl,
Wandering on to the foot of the hill,
Bushe of Kreen and blottom of pearl,
LauliliiK at tbeineye iu the roadside rill.
Crossliii; tun laini, a irnrguoui Juy.
limbed In the ll(lit of a flulterlut:ray. 1
Juuntllychattern, "rouie day. tome day!"
Two weet toul. a man and a maid,
iHevt heu liranche lwlted above.)
Pickluit tlx- dalnie which sprinkle a elude,
And trylni; their luck at aitame of love:
Tbl. year!" "Next yenr!" What do they aj 7
And out of the bee lie the curlou Jay
Peep and chuckle, "tome day, mne dy!"
Two uu1f, aud the end of the ilny
Follow them home to the foot of the hill,
One late gleam, which ha waudcred astray,
Break from a copse and dimple the rill,
Autumn leave are vtrrwliii; Die way,
Aud hoarse from the larva the huiiirry Jay
Shout out to the nlcht, "tomedny. ome dny!"
Two oal In the dead of the nliflit,
Hide by tide, lie tilnViicd and Fllll :
Aud (he winter moon jntl wifti u her II .'lit,
As It solemnly rest at the foot of the hill.
Ki'iiienihcriug the bee and the bud aud the
The tnuimer (fold and the autumn (tray,
Aud the warm creeu lane where (he beetle
In the crlupcold tilirht the h1verlniJy
trie out of hi dream, "Some duy, tome
"TIIE WAGES OF SIN."
,st. l'aul (ilobe.
The wages of sill (Ah Sin) are 73 cents
for a dozen yii-es.
The Jonestoro Advertiser is hitoring
for the elevation of its "pup," Judge Dough
city to the ApJS'llate bench made vacant
by the apMiintlllefit of Judge Raker to the
"NOT A NEW CONVEUT."
We personal!) know that Josh Allen is not
a new convert to the greenback theory.
Five or six years ago he promulgated in
our hearing the same sentiments he now
proclaim on the stump. His party is a
new convert, but Josh is not,
"THE HIGH JOINT AND MARROW."
('apt. Thomas, in his Murpliystoro
sM-ecli, toforc Judge Alien was nominated,
prouiincd to challenge the latter for a joint
discussion in each county in the district,
but we have not heard of the challenge
passing, tot's have the high joint and
marrow of it.
" THE D DEST FOOL IN AMERICA."
The Nationals of the 1 nth district have
nominated a candidate for congress, and
are waging a bitter (s-rsonal w arl'are against
Judge Allen. In attacking them the Cairo
Bulletin attack the enemies of the Demo
cratic party and its candidate. Hut proba
bly Mr. Dowd.all. by assaults of this kind,
hMM's to get even with Mr. Otorly for giv
ing to him bis proH-r title of "the d dest
fool in Illinois." He is, however, in immi
nent danger of making his reputation na
tional by proving himself the d dest fool
"TIIE NAME OF 1IEING A GOOD
MAN AG EH."
Adna Farmer and Fruit (irovo-r.
Dr. Wardner has the name of toing a
good manager and his success in Cairo in
accumulating a large amount of pniH rty
speaks well for him as a liiiniicialist, and if
he manages the asylum as well, financi
ally, as Dr. Harm s did, he will do well, for,
U- it known, the Anna Insane Asylum
stisxl first ill the list of well iiuinaged state
institution, which is to the credit of Dr.
liarnes, and. had he conducted himself as
properly as be did the asylum, all would
have tocn running along as smoothly as
could be desired.
"HIT ALLEN WAS THI,RE."
Pln knej vllle Independent.
At the Red Ilud Democratic convention
a resolution! was made to rc-uflirm the fi
nancial resolutions as passed by the Jones
toro convention, which nominated Josh
Allen. This motion brought Congressman
Morrison, of the tollevillc district, to his
feet and he hoped the convention would not
do so foolish a thing as to pass such resolu
tions, as he didn't think it Democratic to do
ho, Rut Allen was there to make a speech
in aceop l.mce with these resolutions and
although many of the delegates seemed to
sympathise with Morrisons hard money no
tions, when the resolutions were put to a
vote they sat as dumb us oysters and did
not vote ut all. After this action of the
convention, Allen followed with one of the
softest soft money siiceehrs we have yet
(iov. Palmer tav that Joth Allen and (Jen. sin.
"leloii nri-"priiniiiiiiceil Nationals." And yet f Ion pi.
Mi ti n!f and other (ireenhiicker of HeiinH'ratlcaiite.
cedeiil are not satisfied with .loth. Office, nut
principle. I what the littler day relormer want.
Just so. Greenbackcrsthat cannot sup
port Allen and Singleton, two of the softest
of soft money men. display the cloven foot.
The Greenback party leaders are working
tor spoils not principles when they optiosc
two such able exponents of the Greenback
doctrine, because like sensible men, as they
are, they recognize the tact that they can
be more successful be more useful to the
people, inside the Democratic party than
out of it. Greenback men do not allow
yourselves to to gulled. Stand by the
Democratic, party and it will stand by you.
"WE HOPE IT ISN'T SO."
Frank Shuckers, late editor of the Cairo
Bulletin, and Thomas Nally, its present edi
tor, Isith succumhril to the heat last III urn
day afternoon in Cairo. Nally had just
lici'ti writing another editorial on Captain
ThomuH, lamenting that any serious charge
should to made, however slight and sense
less, against so courteous a gentleman, and
had hist finished the article with the words,
" Wc hope it isn't so," when a quickening
conscience called him to taw, and mistak
ing it for summons from tint rietiier re
gion lie tumbled, and his f-iend gave it
out mat he was overcame by the heat, or
more correctly the fear of heat. The dis
patches should havo been headed, "Power
of Mind over !My." "A Frarful Warnin"
to Political Liars." "Hud Cui. ,,f T.,.
-- . . Vila.
Nally on dipt. Thomas."
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A- ! -A
Ohio Levee and
Washington Avenue. .
PRY (iOnps. ETC.
The largest wholesale and retail lay
Goods and Clothing House in this: City;
are recohing new Goods daily ami aro
offering great bargains in theinost hand
some lines of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, (aslmicics. Lou
rcttcs, ft ml a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every depai tnieiit of their husi
ncss, they cordially invite the public
to call ami see their stin k.
-PHE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
W. P. HAI.MDAY, President
II. I. II ALI.IIMV, VIce-lTisidcM.
WALTKH lIVsLoi'. ( ashler.
. FTAAT TAVIIR. W. V IIAI.I lliAT.
IIKSKV I.. II Al.I.IIIAT, 11.11 U SMMOIAI,
U. U. WIU.IAMSOX, STEI'llEX SII1D,
II. II. CAN III a.
Exchange, Coin and United States Build
JIOLOIIT AND SOLD.
Deposit received aud a kcuituI backlr.g b'l-.Iic.S
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
F. !UlsS, Pretllleut.
P. NEFF, Vlce Pretident.
II, WELLS, I'athlwr.
T.J. KEllTll, Artant Caalilar.
F. Brno, t'lilro: Wlllium Klnce. Cairo:
Peter Neff. Cairo; Wlllium Wolf. Cairo:
I'. M . litlerloh, H. I. HilllUKli-y. St. Loul;
K. Under. C airo; J. V. C'lenitoli, Caledonia,
A (IF.NEIIAL BANKINO Bl'STNESSVpON E. Ex
1 clwitme sold and uotiulit. Inlerett pnlH In tho
Savlnn Department. Collection made aud all
bu l net promptly attended to.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK,
Cliartert-d March SI, 1(109.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEHKST paid on depnll March Ut und Sep
tember lt. latere! not withdrawn I added Im
mediately to the principal of the deposit, thereby
KlvluK tbuiu compound interest.
CWChlHrrn and married wonvimay depeslt
muacy and nu on 1m ran draw It. ' t
WALTER IIY8L0P, Tkeaotiikb.