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IJY JOHN II. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. SEPTEMBER 21, 1870.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
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1 1-ViJiu Hit Addrets of lino-r.itlc Wnf ruritncn.
Let there be no dissensions about minor
matters no time lost In discussion
of dead events; no tanalfrMtutlon of
imtta.iw u ..... l.. !!... f.,,.lli,i. lift
mcrliicc of the cause to gratify per-
foul Mibltlon or retcntueiit.
roK Co'.VOIlKSS XII1TII MHTItlfT.
(Ul. JOHN M. CIIKI1M, of While
FOR HKNATOflM, 1ST I)TI1ICT,
H. K. MIHMOSr, ordallatlii dimity.
TIIOMAH A. K. IIOI.COM U, of 1'iilmi Co.
KOIl REPRESKNTAT1VK 1T IlIKTUIfT.
II. WATHOX WKIIII.
VOU Ml Kill IT,
AI.KXANDKIl II. 1UVI.V.
J0Hn II. UOHNMA.V.
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I. Illi llli.
J. H. I.0ONIS th'a.. Shawasstowa, C.tlalli, C.
T. K. IWUTO.N,,
It. A. HATIW..
JAM Ks MACK LI. v
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JOHX I.ANF.R. A',.
totsaUrtalCaaa'sKilttre, lai Dltsi-lrf.
J. I' wilKri.Kn..
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J. II. IIKMHO... .....
w. i iuMiii,mor.
MOiW . MEE,. ..
W J. OltlUs
J, F. TlXKK,...
II. K.CUItK, .
Mr Mini ii and Mr. I.intnr nert.
in the rather remarlable j"ccches they
are making in diflcrunt j-artn of the dis
trict, that the Kepublicau jarty i lmth
economical and honest. If thuy find
any jh.tmiis who believe them, the in-,
telligencc of their auditor.- mmt !e very
defective. Kvcry intelligent man knows
that Radicalism i neither eeonomteal
From a otatviiient of exjit'iuliturvs
prepared and published by Secretary
Uoutwell we find that in IHb'lMil the
total eziedditure.s ol I lie goveriiuiunt
were 812H,;S2,iH oi, whilt- in 1 .-;!
70, yearn during which, if lladical or
atore ure worthy Udief, the greatest
economy was exercid, SUlIi.iillU.MiT
0C were exjended. Why should the
expellees of lcClt-70 exceed thee.jieiie
of 1800. til nearly live hundred millions
of dollar? It will not do to reply:
'Heeauo the coiintry.U larjTor, and tlm
'governiiient therefore more expen-ive.
"and Lveauee wu have now iuimoiio
".sums to pay a interet and
'jK-nsioii!-, llunng the la-t
decade the country has increased about
onc-Cftb ay, which would make the in
crcaMi of expeiisCB one.fifth of the ex.
pcuscs of 18U0.01 siy $2I,-I.U,8n'.
Wc will therefore M;t tliis amount down
to the credit of 1800.7(1. The interest
in these two year was ?:J 10,000,000,
and the pensions 8 10.ll00,0liii, which
leing also credited, give to the year j
IK 1.7 I !i Inl il iti. lit nf !I 1 1 I KS.i
wuicn puiitrai'teii ironi t lie total expun-1
d!turcaon8rt(-70, leaves SJJOH.KCJ.flSl'.
llli, .ow, take Irom SlH.liKlV.MIi .it,
expenditure.- of 1 HtiO-f; , the interest
paid, vie : ?:t,177,:il I in 1 SCO, und
81,000,173 iu IStll 87,177,l87,imd we
find a balance of 8122, l!tD,dJ(t.
These figure ahnw that, in a time (if
profound jieaco, the pre-eut Radical ml
ininiMtrattort of the government ha- ex
pended one hundred uud -eventy-Mx
millions, six hundred four thou-uml,
live hundred and fifty-fivo dollar- more
than was expended iu lBCO-Gl, and this
great nutuTor bxpcii.-tM out.ido of inter
est on tho publie debt, pension,), and n
credit of twenty-four millions and a half
for probable necessary inereuru of ex
penses fico riloUart and n -juGrtr un
tier Grant for nvry one dollar tpent in
18C0-C1 1 And yet MensrH. Munn and
Linegar aro proclaiming the economy
of the Radical party! Mr. Dawes,
chairman of the committee on appro,
priations, was nearer the truth when he
asserted in tho house that notwithstand
ing all tho professions of tho adminis
tration of economy, tho tendency every
where was alarmingly in tho other di
rection, and that after going to and labor
ing with all tho departments, and finally
with tho President himself, ho could
get no hope of co-oporatiou in tho re
duction of expenditures,
But, if not very economical, tho
I Jtnilienls are surely lionc.st. It is not
1 po.sniblu that mon of grout moral ideas
J could bo guilty of nny (IMiom-iU practices
Tim c(iiir'hiioii is vcrv natural, but the
' fact-: do not ju.tily it. There never
i wan a party more diMionc.it. It lead-
I ing members are all rasealsand thieves,
hell con viuti-d. We do not propose to
1 '" uubject to any extent; and
will only call attention to a modest
list of revenue thieves. The following
prominent Hadieal-, revenue collectors,
have defaulted in the amounts net op
posite their names :
A. W. Wood
t. r. itmi
T C. t'llllcut
J. I', mlitjr. ...........
I'j. Vrj itu
LIHi TKH 71
1,'nn I. link.,
M. II. KM.!
M. II. Illako mm l-tin)
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James Forsyth ..
p. i itHTiarii....
T. It. Walker-...
It. It. Avery ,
ISmiiii'l V. .Alien
II. W !I.r.i.ri
Milton Htiiilh ,
" I be.-e ."Windier.., eays a cotemjiora.
ry. -with the exception of Callicott,
wlio was fcnt to the enitcntiary, have
'"received no putiMimeiit. except die-
I -miil from office."
I In other branches of the public cer-
i vice plundering ha- been as great, and
yet we are told that the Kadicals are
110111-1111011' If they are then there
no longer exists a nece'-ity for petiiten
wo.v. v'iTas. feissk.
From the Peoria Democrat we learn
miiiio particular? concerning thii gentle
man, the Democratic candidate for
Hus;riiitcndent of Public Instruction.
Mr. Fein-c was born in Mcrtxburg.
Mermanv. on Aiiril U?th. l-S'JfS. I'nder
hi- father's eye he eommenced the .-tud-
ies of the primary .schools, and gradu
ated with honor at the college or gym
nasium of Hamberg He then entered
the uuiver.-ity of Krlengeii. and re
mained threo year-, during which time
he took what is called the professional
eour-e. In I SO I he came to America,
and settled in MaK-outah, St. Clair
county, in thi- State, where he worked
during a year on farm. N'ot lcing
.satisfied with fanning, he went to St.
Louis w lii-re lie earned a JiviiiL' at .-iieh
iiii.-ines.- a- came to hi- hand.
The )ri,nirrut adds .
lie-iron-of making n jii-rmaiient luttlv
merit at otn point wln-ru lei cjuM live br
bit priifcitioii, he cntno to
lVorln about fourteen yenri
ilnctf, uiiil mkiii opened un otHct A nn
nttornev and ccmniolor at law. In that
profi-Miou be bai created a uood, info and
protltablu buiiiib, nml 1'rw lawyen In the
city arc doing more. It ii nuttirnl that bo
luniM not -i-uk iinycllico which would In -volvetbiMacritlcu
Lif it ln-i ne- that Imi
cut milch tiiiitf and l.iUir to creNte.
Kilt be comoriti to do even tliiist the call
of bli fullow-citixt'iis and accept- tbo mini
Imtloii. The -tibjfct nf eJucallou it not a nuw
thing wlib .Mr. Kine. For many ycari
bo lins been a member of our city board of
School In-ncctoM, nnd for two' ycari lias
been lVe-idcntiif tbo Hoard. For about
tbo i.imo fpaco of time ho wai Superin
ti'inlfiit of our nty -cliool-,n place In vol v
in? anliioin duties and much reponibili
ty. He has always been an ardent friend
of our common lehool yttem, and no man
ha done more to perfect that iyitcm, a
found In our city, of which we are to Jmtlv
in adillllon to tlm other educational en
terpritv In which hehm bgcn onijngl, bu
'" wvii lor iimuy
years, anil we under
stand now Is, l're'Idcnt of tho Herman
i?l Association of this city, un Institu- i
of learning that is u monument to the j
liberality of ourCierman fellow citizen
(If lils'uualitlcatlous for tho otllco of So.
perintundent of Public In.tructlon. miotic
who it aenualnted with him doubts for a
moment. Ills ability todiseharrju thu du
ties of tho otllce U 'iiiniucstinnnble. His
euemiu-, if ho ha them, and no profes
sional man has fewer, will concede his
This is but a brW, but it is n truthful
oullirio of tho man put iu nomination for
thcollice of superintendent of Public In
struction by tho Democracy of Illinois.
Ho is the man for the place. Hy proper
measures that place hu will occupy.
joirxsox ox the stumi:
llx-l'residcnt Andrew Johnson is
neither dead nor sleeping, uud i-ccms to
huvo resolved that he will not be put
down cither by abuse or neglect.
On the evening of the 17th iust., he
iipoke at (iallatin, Tcntics-cc, and while
claiming that he had always been a
Democrat, denounced the Democratic
platform and declared that tho resolu
tion favoring the restoration of the
.Southern .State-, tn their rights as sov
ereign .States of the Tnion, was seces
sion and revolution in disguiso, and
admonished the people from repeating
the errors of tho past civil strife.
Jlr. Johnson has very acute eyes to
tee such dangerous elements lurking in
tho restoration plank of tho Tcnnegseo
Democratic platform. To the ordinary
vision the resolution has a very iuuo
cent appearance. We fear tho honor-
Illllli frniltlmnnii !j 11w1l111r.1l I.. 1.. .,..,.... .. I
Mjre-hcaded eoinplainer. Ho has not
received at the hands of the Democratic
party of hi.4 State nil the consideration.
he believes he is entitled to; and i.s con
.-cijitcntly in an excellent condition, to
(Jrit on the War.
From trie Chicago Times
The viows of General Grant on the con
duct of tho European war aro fiomcthlng
which all the world has an Interns! in
'knowing. Tho cnternrlio of the Tim't
was exhlbllod, during the lute v'.slt of his
excellency, by obtaining, at some length,
the general opinion of matters upon the
The General, in response to a question
as to Ills opinion or matters between
Franco and Prussia, said that neither nartr
understands war as be understands it.
Hero tho reporter of tho Timet vonturcd
to awrt a cordial endorsement of tho re
ts ark of his excellency.
"A'crmii me, uonerii, said iit. beam-
mon, "toaik youto point out what you con
ceive to be the chief blunders of the cam
paign thus far?
''Franco," said the cunoral, as ho lighted
a fresh olirnr, "made a blunder in com-
mcnclni: war upon a people of equal size
and strength. The true way to maku war
is to always navo ttirco to your enemy s
one. An Illustration or tho tact was givn
at .Shllob. The enemy there was within a
third as large as my "force. Hence, the
disaster that befel inc."
Hut. General." said the reporter ''have
you no faith in manouvorlng or In strategy,
whereby inferiority in point of numbers
can be equalized by superiority of brains?''
"None whatever, aherman played that
out ill his march to the sea. on see, the
Confederacy was only a shell, and that is
why wc met with such success. He had
no opposition. .My own experience proves
this. In all cases where I at.emnted any
of thc-i) uew-fan"led operations I was
Here Mr. Colfax, with a sweet smile, en-
quired as to what the General thought
should lie done by Napoleon.
".My idea. ' laid the General, "is that he
should get flutter and Hunks to command
army corps In the I'rus-Ian forces. Thory
ho should conscript every Frenchman that
can carry a mutket, and send him in,.
1'russia has only thirty milHon Inhabitants,
while Franca has forty millions. This is a
clear ditferenco In favcr of France of ten
millions. Now let Napoleon keep ham
mering away at ths Prussians, if it takes
all summer. I am of the opinion that the
superior activity of tho French aided by
their chassciot, their clan, their traditions,
and their superior navy, will enable them
to kill a Pru-sian as often as they can u
Frenchman. Hcnco It Is a clear case that
if Nipolvon hammers away till all tho
Prussians are killed o(T, he'will havo ten
millions left. In other words, hl cut tail
is the longest.
"What is your opinion of Napoleon per
sonally? a'ked.Mr. Joseph Mislill.
'Iluitu gres.1 man. Hesraokct alwav
and never says anything. He was once In
humble t-ircumitancri. Ho was never,
honuyiT. in tho h'de business ntenpt so far
a- Unlink mm.eii was cuuccinru, 1
Here General Dent broke into uproar
ious laughter. Ho afli-rwards remarked to
our reporter that ho was hired to laui;h at
Grant's joke; and ho added, hu Uattured
himself he was doing a very exten-ive busi
ness on a very limited capital.
General ('rant pulled stoically until
Ilent bad finished laughing and' be re
"Napoleon Is mv model. I have tol
before his portrait by tho hour, trying to
urcsiveno. that chirneturlxrs hi.- I ....
not certain but that I -hould Imitate his
rowj if Weir. He arose from obscurity to
be a pre.Idcnt. Sodld I. Ho arose from
president to Kmperor; and If I dolYt follow
suit it will be because Congress took the
trump wit of my band when it reduced
'Welf, now, Genera), tell us what vou
think of the Prussians'' said Mr. OreJne
"Don't like 'fin,' he responded cnlen-
"W by not, your excelloncy? '
"Well, I don't. They (want otllce two
much. Why, 1 have had more than a hun
dred thousand applications from Dutch
men for otllce, whose only recommendation 1
was, that they 'foucht mil hlgul.' During
tho war they stole everything, so that a
native nail no cliance
iiio iienerai nrocvcuvii to comment on
l'russlari strategy. Ho did not like it he
,u'd They were In too much of a hurry.
si ere, now, in less man a inomn tney nav
hariUy Iesa than n million men In the Held
whlci was a shorter time, he said, than he
required to move hi army from Kort Hen
ry to Donaldson udUtanco of only thirty
miles. This celerity, he remarked, Is de
structive ot all preledeiit. The Prussians
have gout farther in tun days than be went
iu ten months when moving on Richmond.
He further thought the Prussian move
a blunder. There ttru neither dignity nor
sumo iu rushing straight at l'aris with a
big army. Tlm Priitiian loaders ought to
hold on and se who is goini; to bo the
the next Pre-idctit. This'makiiig war for
war's sake was t ot, In his opinion, the
true principle of warfare. All wars
should have the high and beautiful object
of returning tho mon of one's party to
congress, and thu election of one s candi
date lo tho presidency.
At this moment it was announced that
luDch was ready, and tt.o party broke up.
Tho writer who docs tl.e funny on tho
Chicago l'ot thus discounts on the swine:
Whenever Jwo can to say a good word
for Cincinnati wu mean to isy it. Tho
time has come; it is with -delight that wo
lift our Voico to pronounce n eulogy upon
thu hog, Wu aro aware that this effort
will bu unpopular, and may turn us to de
rision. Some vile Joker will characterize
it as egotism. Hut we fearlessly face tho
howl of the mob. In such a case we dare
calumny to its wor.t. Vo remember with
Prlmu that Ham settled Africa, that Ua
con promulgated I)e Argumentit, and that
a sparo-rib was thu common fore-mother of
Tho hog has been in disrepute for a
long time, at least ever since ho began to
play his part in the ancient rollgions. It
is fashionablo to ridicule and denounce
him, to call him a filthy brute, aud insist
that bo is tho dire author of Uprosy, con-
sumption, caticor, scrofula, ami tlio moat
difguiting diseases that afllct humanity.
This Is the teaching of prejudice, not of
The hog outlives all hostility and laughs,
Mill is tlio reckinu roan pig tnc sae-itico o i
many a dinner table, and still is tho rural
ceiling festooned with tho savory sausago
and tho smoke house fragrant with ham.
Wo deal with fucts, not sentiment.
Tho hog is a true cosmopolite a citizen of
tho world. He increases and multiplies
and inherits every part of tho luhabltnblo
globe. Ho is as ubiquitous as tho bat.
Ho doc not stand In high roputo for his
manners, but he is most accomodating.
thriving with equal content in tho stylo of
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01 inu ricu anu wiu hnwntii ui iiiu iiiuigciu.
lie wallows sometimes, nut naturalists toll
us that ho does this for tho sako of that
cleanliness which is next to godliness for
tho samo reason that tho Pacitlc islanders
greaso themselves. Among his quaint
peculiarities aro his grunt of satisfaction
and his squeal of remonstrance and re
proach. Ho should never bo fed till ho
stops squealing ; it is the approved method
or breaking uim ot tnoiiauit.
Homer, In his Odys.,oy, honored the
swlno-kcopcr with tho confidence of
Ulysses and why not? Tho hog, called'
stupid, is really one of the most enterpris
ing und sagacious of nnnimals. Thogamo
kcepcrofSir Henry .Mildway actually
broke a black sow to find gatno in tho
woods ; and she ran in the hunt with won
derful success. Slio would track game,
back and stand, and point partridge, pheas
ants, snipes, and rabbit-, as skillfully as a
bred pointer. Sho would bound in rcpono
to a whistle, and would wag her bead and
squeal with delight on being shown a gun.
The Uabylonian Talmud says : "Cursed
be ho that brccdeth hogs ; and the history
of tliu Maccabee tells us that the .Hcrib'u
Klcazcr walked straight to tho tortures of
persecution rather than cat a slice of spare
rib, heroically preferring the martyr's
ttako to tho pork -teak. This animnl 'has
bcon undor tho ban of many religions.
Tho Mohammedans learned from the dews,
as tie Jews had previously learned from
the Egyptian, to hate him'becauso ho per
versely declined to "chew the cud but
ho (still msungts to maticatu' and digest
considerable pottuwo in the" ctmrse oV 11
pio'liog Is tbo prod not of natures most
economical thought. There is no part
that cannot be utilized, His xlcrh, fat,
bristles, hair, hoofs and bonesnrfaalfturucd
to account. J'-Tho dlvhlons of bis unctu
ous body, ' says Aplcus, "aro as familiar
as Ithii divisions of tho earth. His' ears
and feet go (to souse; his brains aro a
choice dish for tho epicure. His tail has
forages been claimed by success! vo genera
tions of children nctfiolf peculiar property.
Tradition points out how to apprcciato it:
roast on the coals, taku In the ringers anil
SI WUIIQUl lllll.
The hog Is the stall' of life tho arch
enemy of famine tlm poor man's best
Mend. Moreover, in the earliest davs, he
Is strikingly playful, frll;y, cunning and
graceful as much more Interesting than a
human infant of the same age as the latter
is more interesting than so much putty.
In adult plghood, hu Is omiiivcrotn and
self-reliant, bold and expo lltlnimry, and Im
Vro'l sAr4 fVitAs .nil Imis
caeaier than any oilier dptno-tlc animal.
America is pre-eminently tho home of
the hug ho Is a logical deduction from
Indian corn. Hu was introduced to Vir
ginia in 1CW, and her h multiplied o
rapily that the colonists were compelled
to palisade Jamestown high to keep out
tho Indian, cloo to keep out the hogs.
Mrs. Hog can produce ten t i twenty at a
birth, ui often as twico a vear. The do
cendants of a single pafr, allowing six
yromc for a litter, would am.iunt to -lr
1 ml"lon '." n,fl J '?.
The gratitude of tbo I
country is duo to (.'inelniiatl. for that, bv
asslduuiis harvcitlug, sho kcojn down life
Inundation whlelt constantly threatens t i
overwhelm us In an uucoinnion ruin.
What Ulil Site Jlan May?
A cono in court with a stupid wituos
A man had been caught in the act of
theft and pleaded in e.xtenuati in that bo
Court (to tho policeman, who was wit
ness.) "What did the man sav when ou
arrested him ''" '
Witness. "He said be wa drunk.
Court. "I want hi. prcci-n worJi, jn-t
as ho uttered them; ho dido t u-n tho pro
noun r. did he'' Ho didn't ill .. Wis
Wltne-s. ()h, yo, ho did ho said h
wn drunk; be acknowledged tlm corn.
Court (getting impatient at tho wit
nW stupidity.) "Vou don't tinder-tan 1
me at all; I want tlm word- a- ho utt. n d
thorn; didn't ho -ay, '1 va drunk?
Wltne.., idoprecatlnglv.j "OI. i.o,
your Honor. He didn't' sav s wvre
drunk j I wouldn't allow any man u
charj;o that upon vou In mv presence.',
Prosecutor. 'Pshaw I you don t com- 1
prebend it at all. III. honor iiu-aus. did ut ,
the prisoner say to you, 'I whs drunk'''
Witness (retiectlvo'yi. "Well, ho
might of said yon was if run I;, but I dldn t '
Attornoy for pri.oner, "What thu ,
court d o Ires (4 to have you state tho pri
onors own words, preserving thu precise
form of pronoun that he madu uu ot iu re
ply. Whs It tho tlrst person r, seovnd ,
person thou, or the third person he, she "r
it? Now, then, sir (with severity), upon 1
your oath, didn t mv client sav '1 was !
Witness (getting mad). "Xo, ho
didn't say iuii was drunk cither, but If he
had I reckon he wouldn't a lied any Do
you s'pose thu poor fellow charged this
whole court with being drunk. "
OHIO I.F.Vl i:, CAIItO.
FULTON & SONS, - - Proprietors
Are Mssst la l ull OsierMloss.
Mcsnra. Kiilton A Boas am prepared tn fiirnlili
all kind of Klour of the best quality, mul also
Mill rcej of all kluJs. flraham Klour, Iutaoka
?.'.a .'' quaatlty, inle frota tho U-at While
Wheat. 1 " apnlWtl
FLO XT R
And Agents of
OHIO ItlYKP. AMI KANAWHA
TsTo. 70 ozzxo Xsau-uu
Z. I. Mflthuss. K. C. fhl,
jATinrss v un,.
i:ir Ohio I.cvoe, CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
Special atlvat. on Klvcn to tlm purchase ami anleof
FLOUR, HAY and CORN
I.o County Nutional llsn, I'lsnn, 111 Win. I lit,
I'uon, HI i 1'ity National llsnk, Cairo, llliniiis;
Malliows. Iiohr Co,, Cnminlsslon Mrrelinnpi,
Cli'i'auri, III.; lUMwIn Stone, cwn. Mcrelmnfi',
Clucoso, .Mornn k C., C'liIc.ii;o. Ill,
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lines nf Kiiropc, Inipnrti'd.
PoriU'ilijin, upplj tu
UIS5i r B IIOII IS, Agc'iil,
Corner Kishth street ami Commcrulnl Ascimc.
i iiiii;n job 01 1 M'i:.
ML m WHITE
PflRWARniMR r.nMMi.inij I
I Ull SS IIIIUIIIU UUIIIIIIIWUIUII
FAINTS, OILS, ETC.
II. V. IMrhrr. n. V Dlake
pAKKEB A I1I. VK1..
LE&D. ZINC. OILS
Window (llais and Pntly.
Urutlir., wall Pupcr, WlBctaw lis
'J OHIO LEVEE,
Oiiii-o - - . - Illinois
Chartered .Harclil, istlo.
City National Munk
A. Il.y.U'FOItD. Prrnlilanl;
H. H. TAVIAlIt, Vicn-frttklvnt . .
w. HV.-H.OI'. SecrMaryaaa TrcMujcr.
I' W milCI.AV, ( HAH. OAIiinilKIt,
K M xrui KKI.ETiI, I'AULO. SCHUII.
It. II CIW.VIXGUAM. W. I'. TtAM.IUAV,
.1. I I'llItiMHa.
ItriiuslU of aiiy Aiiiouiit llrcrlvrtl from
icn twcnia tiiMrarwa.
Inlorr-t jnM nn dvposlti at the rats of 0 pur cent.
I"T annum March lat and Sept. 1st.
tati rntnM withdrawn IsntMcI ImmHIali-ly to
uif r. inn oi ni(!uoK.i-, incrcuy Ki'i"K ii.eni
Married Woiiivn uud Children
Mayttcpo-lt money -otnat
NO OXH KLNK CAN DRAW IT.
Oorn cvi-ry tunlness day from o ajn.to a n.ni
aad' Patnntay cvnlnK for BAVIN'O HEI'iWlTS
oaly, rnun u in So clock.
aui,'."jjf W. IITS-LOP, Treasurer.
FIRST N1TI0NAL BANK
IM.Wr.r. lirnD, lrralilrnlt
ItllllKItT SV. Mll.t,i:it, Vlcp.rra.
'. .V. IIt'(IIIi:s, Cnalilar.
Collections Promptly Made.
K.vchiiriue. Coin, Iluuk .Voles
mid li.-iited Ntaless Sceiiri
lie lloimlif mid
Inlorr-t Allowod on Time Deposits!
W. I'. II AI. I.IDA V, fir.lilrllli
A. II. NAIi'l'Oltl), Ca-liltri
WAl.Tl-.U IIV.SI.OI, A.sUt.m Ca. liter.
(iro. It. 11 llllaiu..in,
A. II. jfr,ir,l.
IV. I. llalllJay, '
IT. S. ISoiid JKouglit
I Doijonitofj rioooivocl
a n:i:it.ii. lUMtiMi
T 31 KS. V. iMHil-IF.'S
u I !'
3uarge Hair Hats
i:isst..,' .sclioiil Huts ami Kill
'i . ...-' r - 11. r' aisk
XViclo &rhnlx Xli'lo'laoxa.
I a i'uii 1-1. i, r
;iiii!s, Itustcry. .Voflous, lilil (ilosra,
1 r., r.
I s',, i.ecuiin ' '.iU a-ciiimt. sills
atriotly Vox CanIi
aiel eniii((i.. niH, rnu It ul pru'i s 1 Ti.tt itill rc
I I n fur In r I'.t i' Ii.Iiiiu'iiI tliu tltlti o
Till: t HIMl" NTOltK.
Hit u'ouni urn Innti. seiisoiuil.Ifnii.l fi'liinnulile
siio will ! e ) oil iii.jcii fur IIisiiiim niiiniint nf
mum-) tlriliiiiiyiillnTsli.ro In t. vin. Il.m't tut y
uutil jiiii mil iiiiher-esiei'iallv If mi unnt mil.
Ilnery rooiU nr wonuu'. mul uliilil ruu'M line
"". '' mvllir
H1'r..IISIIIIS I.i iiieMei hly frMiii.rf
I'nr pasaajp apply to t'll.tS. T. IIINDK,
' I'airu, Illinois,
Or to 8. Itre, (.tiur.il WV.Iern Aent. N. '.'
I.iiko SirtM-t, Clileiio. IoS.ICh ly
j.jijiii:it iun v tno.v.
llnar l nml Tuition per annum, 2W.
HELLMUTH LADIES' COLLEGE
liiaii(!iirnleil ty II.U.II. l'rluco Arthur, Hoard aail
Tuttiou peranauia. tat. 1'restdtQt, TUa Var
Itev. I. llclliniitli, I). Ii., Dean of Huron, swrsroi
I'artltnlara apply to Major Kvaas, Uadon, Cu).
CHARTER OAK STOVEH.
Tho ilainsn'I for Charier 'HW, Clnlloajn an. I
t.vruiiKglarMtAirs lias aroirti so rpullyt(lat
thai we listo not flllo.l orders as proinptljr as de
slralilet hiitlnrfnK now ccn reil tlio assistance
ot another -l6ro Kaiimlry, wo "hull hiwnr
pontine nmly tho entire force of our nwu nUb-
ll'htnentto tho pre luctlon of the itaTcs Miots
V i woul l callihq attention ofthosaabontr
n.i inrio nu mi orucra u'linniii ueiay.
uiiu.uir, to insilMcMi alMl nniHilsits- nf ml
UlIM Hloyei. Mb bottor etlrieucn of their lalrlnilo
Jn'llrn ontttttthan nrtatewent ofSfift,
tejls In all kinds ui locaUlios, and to tho most
hitler nn-t detormlnul opfs.itiou that could be
InrcnltMl, that they nrelO'dsjr, tha
Most Popular .Stoves In the Mnrkct.
anJharoRlvensueh flifiu;tlontliat tae. itennad
Is greulur tliaa ur.
If yon want th
BEST COOKIXft STOTE FOTl W()01)
liuy llio CILIKTCK OA.
If you want (ho
BEST COOKINU STOVE FOB COAL
buy Inn C11 1LI.F.NGKJI Jt I
If sou want tho
Keatett s tVstSfcet-Irin,Prlor itore
' nivl. Imw ISin Ws.tVfl"ft r"llSl
EXCELSIOB XAM'FACTURINO CO.,
Olit 4d Ola.'X. Mrslti'Wrcel,
. At. labia, .Mo.,
...... OR r
. IV. JIIiLVIEllSOX
It Vie htl JfcuteMJ Tcnii . &?
sssssVr 0 Iftalth tr tiitea fx.K It it
a frnvntiit and sure aire fcr Jyt.
fefih, Inii&ition and ell iiitaui cf
.1. rl J . . f
WlrfiTTilllAliinnfi s ,
It if mild and de'tehtjul Itif
ent fir dtlicott FtmMtt, find it tit
mitt agrttallt and (UiUnt'tMting
Trnie etkt dav.
IWyiung Children and ' Infantt it
isrl mirtv tti'iht' CM, 7rifing
Ihint in the Sljm.uA and Ifvwrf, frv.
Itrinb hjil SI sit rin.Anl.t. sm.I
dcalen, or ty Uituint tha WhIcsai(
BH0W5, Willi ft CO., '
10 andytti, Second St.,
sr. niiis, mo.
HIS OWN MILLER
AVv are imumtitiiriUA 1
GRIST " MILLS
For hand or power use, rsntiai la prlt'a.froni
12 m to SIT'. 1") an I ,m apiutv Ironi
t to 20 Bushels Pep Hour.
These Mills ire very slrons and durable, and
I eiiuiro very little power mntliem. Kaeh slie
(irstiH'k feed, n may Ikj desired, an.l will mors
Savo Its Price Every Vear.
Krerv .Mill fully worranted.
w lo make twoalxet of Ilnnn Mill, eaete
fir 1, to 3 tons per day, pru'f Sl') to IM,
'Iiescrlpilre Circulars furnished on application
Tlia Dlainoiiil H III .11 a 11 11 fa turlnajCu,
. . : . f
10HM.II I'IKK A!sn rKOXT stsketk; " .
Acenls wanted la every town and county
JJ1 ML M AHU,
Promptly and jatisfacletlly. with tho very !
OAK mid lfIIORY 1
Leare Orders' aVlaUa'a OM HUsf
0R AT TM PSMITsOrriOBi