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BY JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, FEBRUARY 14, 1871.
ONLY DAILY PAPER IN EGYPT.
FORWARDING S COMMISSION
And Afente of
OHIO BIYEB AJsD KA1MWIIA
' Btwioil or Atim A Co.,
General Commission Merchant
X: 133, Okie Lcvec,
noTlltf CAIRO, ILL.
J. II. Malhuif. E. C. Ubl
lift Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Special eXteetloa stlveo to the purehaae ud tele
FLOUR & GRAIN
g no, B. PHILLIfl,
SlXKMMf lo Parker A Nlllll..
Aid Dealer la
Mmmr, Masai, Hay, Cera, OnM,
Cor.lOtht. &Ohio Levee
IIEPRKSKISTJNOTHE FuIXOWIJSO MjtRX
Memphis & St. Louis Packet Co.,
Comprising the following treUclaaa I'ainmr
8t earn are i
Belle Memphis, I Belle St. LonI,
City of Chester, J Tower.
Vicksburg Mail Line
tiiy or lairo.
St. Louis & New Orleans
Will l.iTa on
Tuesdays, Tkandajra, Saturdays aid
Will Lea ea
Wednesdays, Fridays and Suidayi.
Connecting: wllti the Mobile and Ohio Aallroad
at (.'Aluinbui, KjuUtiIIo and Norlhetern 1UI.
rnd at HlcWmani with thoUemphta end Char
Iralou, MI'ilMlppI and Teiweaeee aod Memphis
and Louiarille ItaUroed l Memphln, tod with the
Hi, Krunli Whli and Arkaueaeriner packets at
the sauie piece. Ti.e
Will tmkecoaaiictlooa. nlo, with the Arkansas
river pwkrtl At Neeoleoni with Houlheru IUI.
road aud Vhioo riser sad Mew Orleans packet' at
Naw a)rlaas Packet),
Making all wsy Vaidlags, depart trl-vrcckly.
Uae of, the AwtTe Steamera will
Leave Cairo for St. Louis Daily
fcutiectlnr. there with tilth lUllroeds running
out of St. Louli. ud with the Missouri rt' ''
iippr Mmiyiippi pww.
CHA. M, KYI.I3, Ticket Age't
1, M. PatmiM aJtaaaaatfci wauurrbaat
Where thravah Uoketa may be procured for all
point. Eal.'.fa North id South, reached!
iheahoTe llnMOl through oonneclioue nude by
lhera' W1LUAN BMANT,
Oeneral Sieket Agartt, Ht. Loot, Mo.
TICKETS FOR SALE
vAatarraaa varaiaal. LMadar f7,
FrJ!T aeeautaai tm Calr
CAIRO AND NASIIVILLE
Th fiillowlnf; rtf finrri Uto Cilro
un lh ilaja and kt thn ticmri Ulow.&amad
TALIBMA, Every ICotulay at 6 p.m.
TYRONE, Krery Thunday, at 5 p.in.i
LUMSDKN, Xrory Saturday, at C p.m.
For Krrlnht r I'eaiife apl; on hoard, or to
111003 & MALLORY,
JuvJOIIf) 7 OUIO I.KVEK.
CAIRO AND PADUCAU
1 he Uautlful end light draught attajof r
.TAMES FIBK; JJA
Iai.a Cairo rfail. at p.m.. lid.Pvtiicah daUy
ala.in. Ilariug ailparlo aftcomtntidaiioAi the
lilirit. public palienage,
ItOOTH M SHOES.
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
lletwrcn Washington Are tc Poplar 8
Haala and ha Niila la Ardar. Tlmr
JAN. 1, 1871,
Fire Insurance Company
PEJVKV 1.V Xl.i.
Larrt Htitt HtruRget .Tlaiual
Flrt IuinriAui'o Chip any
In tb WorM.
Bych.ru r oflh eninpun', the Mutual mm
bra are rp"niU f'ir paymrot ef all lor,
hether nndrr Mutual nr f'ath l'.lklr., Ihua
fiiranterin th t'a.ti I'ollrr HuMrrthr
Most Reliable Indemnity
OlUrrd by aujr
Compuit)- In th( I'ttll'l Ntiitce
HIS ACKXC'V hSSUKH CASH IN-SI'KANTI-:
ttt inluin note (line on propait; in.
aurrlJ......MM M 9 , , - . "
ii.ii,. a&i.aaa ai
Tntal irallaM .'le of Co .MA,sai 400 60
terrain or ! or co. iiiriuc
....I li m..nlha I.I.13-IM 'il
CV.h r-.inl.ili.nn1.7U tlll.lll lit
Amnuut paid fur Inert during
Durlnj; tim psit thirty yean tbe Lycom-
line Initironco Company Ls paid ovor
IlOOO clitlmn, amounting to 2,8'J7,-
Capital aurl Aeaeta Juea i0a, 1ST.
H.i . iv.mu in
PIIHVI., It"".! .""! ! .....
f 1 i Htm 1la I inninlnn l iru Intn i.nr. fA,M
U...1. nM..l.( III. f.nii..a4 1tl
ianr hat rompilol with thvlaaa, audit uuihur
id to do lii.int In lllinol..
rourtttnl), tt.. i.iri-i.LUTT.
Arfnta. Cairo. Ills.
(lffli In WlntH. Itliu Ic. oriiAr Till klrwl and
Coinmrn'ial rTrnu. Ullmd
Ha removed from Hip cciriier of Fifth atreel end
Conimrivial aw uuf, tu
The Mecond Tlouse on Fifth Street,
Between Commarrlal aud WaahlB)taa
And keepa ()ii-i.nll)'n haml a full iii.j ijf
NEWiND OLD FURNITURE
Alo, Dry (JoimIh, Clnthloi!, Prniloc and Con
ffdluiu, at tlui very louc.t pricea in the city.
uon uorEFl lliai ,.r. trniiiHii lies uiinujct'u ncr
iloecf buiiufM, andduii I lorsot the lucotiouor
nil ivi.w atand. Mr.. Wtlliiiuii will aleava ha
found at home If not In tho ktoru room, in the
wclllni; piirtollhe houio. illiitAW
CINCINNATI ADVF.ItTISKMEN I'.s,
STEM ENGINES, BOILERS,
Coppe.r and Sheet Iron "Work
He. 148 KAitPeArl Street,
Wmas'h right! Aft i tktaaceaela.
cy at Djenbarg, TeaBaiiie. One of
the itroogainde41Af opened A karber
hop, and U well' palrealied. ghe re
fuses to nhare wonea.
0 en. Bank rjaanw that Baacom
is as mach superior to Admitml Porter,
as the. Apoatle John iras to the traitor
Jadaa. Gen. 'Bailer also iwauncM
asaw race courjn, altfeiphu, Tennes
see, will coraaaenee Tuesday, April 25
1871, and continue fire .days. Charles
Stone, secretary of the Memphis Jockey
Club, for 16" I these reany years, has the
matter in hand, and he always makes
the rice grand successes.
l HE Urayvtlle JiutfjtrmUnl ys
that Gen. Rautu has answered (Jen
Uarnside's fetter, lately published' in
Tiik But.i.rriN, "in a proper spirit,
"and very plainly told the General that
"there is but one way to go to work
"now." The way to goto work now,
according to GenUum, is for Gen.
Barnside to get oat 0 the way, and al
low noine other person to build the
road; and a very good way it U, too.
Out of tho way, General ! You are too
slow much too slow;
The Apache the saeanest Indians
ou the face of the earth an creating
a p.inio in the territory ef Ariaoaa by
their murderous' demonstrations, and'
the oldest hcttlers are beginning to ad
mit that they are discouraged.
TV hat is to be done? Coaxing will
not answer the purpose. The, Indian.
you attempt (0 persuade eeta "you dowi
as a coward, and ou the first opportuni
ty will tako off your scalp. But the
1 11 ilmn you hpt nrer the head witii a
club, punch in the abdomen with a bay
onet, or shoot through the body, will,
if he recover, respect you, and put
hitnelf to great trouble to inaiuUiu
peaceful relations with you. And this
is the policy for Arizona tho policy
of Gov. SarTord. He must wipe out tho
leaders of the hostile Apaches, and
awe the remainder into peace.
1U10WX, OF MASSAC
'Hit gentleman, who hai no more
right to a scat iu the House of the
General Assembly of thi State than if
he had been elected by a county iu In
diana to represent it in the Legislature
of Illinois, has distinguished himself by
voting for all the efforts made by cor
rupt ring to get their arms into the
treasury. Ho was au advocate of both
the printing and stationery steals, and
used what little influenco ho has to
make them successful. When tho bill
to furnish stationery to tho committees
was up, ho favored its passage, and de
clared that "economy is an expensive
"luxury," that "future legislatures
"must go over tho samo ground" if tho
present legislature did not consummate
tho dishonest purpose of the bill.
Brown may preach this way until ho is
black or bluo, but his constituent! are
not greeu enough to endorse his foolish
" WORKIXO FOR JESUS."
A writer in the New York Independ
ent likes the manner iu which none
preachers save souls by the linear mile.
"Wo liko to read," he says, "that some
"evaugelist, or agent, or secretary of
"something, has, during the year, held
":t7-l meetings, preached 371 times,
"written 1,221 letters, iiade 01 1
"prayers, traveled 10,891 wiles, teen,
"by his or her labors, 11,000 people
"converted, eaten 365 dinuers, stayed'
"up after 12 o'clock at night 268 times,
"slept in 371 beds (only eight of which
'were spring), having frequently spent
"part of the night in one town and part
"in another. Katen seven gross of shell
"oysters, spoken with 12,211 men and
"women personally, and to 1, 28,81 5
"collectively, met 9,000,005 in the cars,
"used one box of Lyons salve and 17
"boxes Brandreth's pills, been at home
"and seen the 'folks' twice tad had say
"name in tha papmj ,061,519 tiaaatJ'
Statistics of the kind, adds the writer,
are tha ritheUo of what, if called ia
the slang of the day "working for
"Jeaui," "traveliogfor Jeaua," "writing
Mcttera for Jeiiu." There in rauoh
truth in this, and thene canting fellowB
who ft fat at the work defwrvo rclxtkc.
JVjr are aot txuelbllowew of the Mas
4er the a4ifior.
The hurt ntmfttr of Jfmrpct "Week
,y contains tho followiag .MtoaUhiog
facts relative to the city of4lttaburg.
It cmbraCeH ctwo itie a ad .eleven
'b1ithi-.T " f " ' "
It corcn a total area of about twen
ty vc nquaro miles, with a population of
It baa forty-owe iron awlh", orminrm -
s fli," ef vafaa aM RMMnifl.
I?-fqut'iMI?,'I,!l iu Jilailgj;
111 the United States is consumed here.
It-has seven lurge steel works, pro
ducing thirty thousand ton annually
andsent to twenty-four Sta.et
One-half, of , the glass made, in thi
United Htatcs produced at Pittsburg.
.It has sixt7glui uuinqlacturiCH cm
ploying live thousand-hands, rtevtvirrg
over-t3,0U0,0U0 of wages a year,
Over two hundred collieries' nro now
in operation, wnich ship annually
nearly one hundred "millions of bushels.
J ni, aiai aim cuau iiiii;re?v.i lujirv.-vni
busines.s of morts than 815,(1110,000,
per annum. 1 t
It has sixty,, peroleuu rcfiyepes
with capacity lor J0,ilOU tiarrels jier
It has fifteen hundred manufactur
ing establishments, which, if placed tide
by side, would form a Hue over fifjecu
miles long I
The tonnage of Pittsburg, composed
of steamers, barges and boats, exceeds
thatdf. New York. Tho trade of the
Ohio river has boon estimated by the
government at eight thoii-.ind million
of dollars, which oquals the entire for-
a . . 1 f . .
eign commerce 01 tno tmteu states.
vThe whole world 11 laid under con
tribution1 .to keep licr immense indus
run f Alton nnfjttM r.ttcrrtTV
Our representative in Congress, Hon.
John M. Crtbi, has favored us with a
copy of the "call' of the National La
bor Party for a convention to nomiuato
candidates for President and Vice-President,
mid for tho purje of inaugur
ating organized agitation to.-ecurc many
uccesary political reform'',
Tho convention will meet at tho city
of Columbus, Ohio, nt 10 o'clock, a.m.,
ou tho third Wednesday in October,
The "call," compactly conMructcd,
sets forth "the reasons ns well as tho
"remedies for tho wrong of which tho
"Labor Party complain ;" and, in doing
bo, gives to tho country a declaration of
principles to which Pemoerutb can urgo
only few objections.
The great wrong complained of is,
tho ability of capital to dictato its own
terms to labor, aud the fact consequent,
that, "iu this beneficent country of uu
"limited means, with tl. Iuid annually
"croaninc beneath h iduets of
"human effort, tho muss of the people
"havo no Mipply beyond their daily
"wants; compelled, upon unjust con
"ditions iu sicknes and misfortune, to
"become paupers and vagrants."
Tho iiistrument.tlitieo hy which this
and other wrongs Hro inflicted, are de
clared to be
I. Mnuicd monopolies ;
'J, Consolidated railroad and other
trausit monopolies ;
3, Manufacturing monopolies ;
4, Laud monopolies ;
5, Commercial anil grain monopo
lies. With tho intention of restoring
tho Government to its original purpose,
thus remedying existing evils, and, as
far as possiblo, removing their result,
the Labor Party propose
1. To establish a monetary system
based on tho faith and resources of the
To pay the uatioual debt 111 strict
evcoordance with the laws under which it
was originally contracted ;
3; To preserve inviolate the public
domain to aotual settlers tillers of tho
, To abolish protective tariffs, and
approaoh free trade as nearly as os
aiblei '5. To restrain, and, if necessary, abol
jalv .corporate monopolies, interdict
"olaaa legislation, aud conCne natioual
legislation to national objects, subject
ing the military to the cival authorities,
and reducing tho army to a ttTiet peace
standard, mid confining its operations to
national purposes only ;
C. To require that, mall future wars,
the means nccessarv for their prosecu
tion shall, as requirti, be collected
from the wealth of the eoaatry, and not
entailed on tho future earnlags of labor ;
7. To adopt an Indian poliey founded
011 natural justice ;
8. To hold lemnlatiors to a more
rigid accountability ;
9. To prohibit the importation of
Coolies or other servile laborers ;
1 j ig vmvq utago co-oporativo effort
-njea. -I builiiaurun of aaaAttfacturioKr
f ' 11 Tacranrreneraritmnc(itv and.ro.
iirfsorlie UBltjn.ffdoriefifrfi tno'Sasis" of'
tlic equality of the rights aud privil
ege of nil classes and interests ;
12. To create :i board of manage
niciit.of the currency nnd r'evenuc.
Thh it tlic flaboi: I'latforni, aud it Is
broad enough to hold the Democratic
party. We, object .only to that part of
it which has reference to the currency,
believing that tho only currency upon
whioh safety to. the business interests
vcati be fbuude'l is one that lias a metal
iu b:tHH. But, take the platform all iu
all, it mcety'with our most cordial en-
w SbUTHERN IULIN.01S NEWS.
TI10 people of tho'above named city
nro 'ashamed of their Public School
building anil want n new one.
During a revival, still in progress,
at tho Powers school houso, iu or near
the city, there have been eighty con
versions. A stabbing affray-occurred between a
)Ir. Brcnnan and Mr. Davis, last week.
Tho latter was criouly and perhaps
Tho city debt, iu round numbers is
Pupils in tho Public Schools, are mis.
, irnniuvuou, 110 iour iiiu uuiiiu nun unk
rionded. if. on bcinv.tariiv, thoy do not J kum.viiL !. tmUUo tyinwuCtho Inn
' 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1.. ... .
The profe-sor of mu?ic in Grayvillo
ii a German, Mr. Ilnlbey bv name, who
received his ,,icfl education in Ger-
many, and i i-aid to be a thorough
e 1- . 1
musician, ami master ot tno art on
eight or ten different iitrumeiiL-..
The t'nlterfajtittea of (Jermany,
Tho Germanr of svhich William
l'ni'sia is cmpuror, would Lomoro ujipro
priatoly di'signutud hy thenppelntlon uni
ted States of l!ornian'. For. tho twentv-
llvc, .States and nrincipalitiui comnosint;
tho so eallod (iormsu cmplroarfl mil led hv
it govcriitnonul bond that condrmi much
muru to our idea or a Ireu republican con
stitution than to the notions usually pro
vailing in regard to the nature of nn em
pire An examination of the outlines of
the constitution of uovurnmont undur
which tha new umpire is to bo ruled, will
show that, contrary to tho predictions of
tlioio propiitsivu tiiut "rrus.ian uvspui
Ism" would bo strengthened by tho war,
tho result is likely to bu tho curtailment of
l'rus.Ia powtir.'and the enlargement of
true (iurtnan liberty. Tlio twenty-llvo
States or principalities forming tho United
States of Germany nro tho followine. :
Wurtembu rg. Li ppe-1 )e t m old .
.Mt cklouhurgrftrelitx llHtuhurg.
Ofthce twcntv-llvo states, four aro
L-liifrdoiiK. three Ireu cities, and tho re
mainder grand-duehies.duchlos, und priu-
clpalities. Tim urea vi tho umpire is two
llUtluruU anu tour iiioiiaiinu invmi niiiiureii
square mile, anu ti popuiiutou iiiuiy
eight million Uvu liundred tliou.aiid.
With Alsaeo anu i.orrainu 1110 miter
would reach forty million.
Kaw iflinttations have prnfltcd more
largely than that of tho Kinporor Tiber
Itis'bv" tho troneral revision of historical
judgeincnts which lias been going on ever
sinco history has hoen elevated hy niodurn
criticisen to'tho rank of it science. Thu
eau-o of tho especial infamy undur which
'I iheriu lias laborel Is uasily discovered.
Tho crimes and vices imputed to him wera
imposing and pcituresque, oxciting tho
imagination, by their enormity, and 'stint-
. ulating curiosity by tho mystery that
eshroudod thoni. Ills virtues those Of
a just aud sagacious adminUtrator, were
not li'cely to attract tho attention of thn
historian so long as his task was limited
hy Ids own conception of it to a record of
tho court, the camp, and tho senate. The
bright side of Tlberius'i character was
therefore, practically non-existent, and
the rigorous estimnto'ofn monarch accord
ing to liis fultllmont of his public duties,
which has destroyed so many splendid
reputations, praved highly favorallo to
his. Tlicro aro, however, few moro con
spicuous instuncos of tho invariable ten
denoy of reactions to run into extremes
than tho recent endeavors to elevate the
sullec recluso of Caprete into something or
a saint, and veav much of a martyr.
Near tu lino of Brooks and Thomm
countUa, (., ther0 ,mJ long beon known
artopennr,or envo in tho earth, called
"Devil's Hopper." Manv porsons rend-
In In thn ni1irMu.l...i . I.lin,! I
. ---- ".. IIWW. IliK. -...V "1
but fcalther of thia aLtctnntl n ronl
explorsvlrm. A gentleman who Inn ro
Ciatly (TlVid it soy It wri tfio most
beautiful plac bo ever saw In UliUfc, and
ho would not bav mined soclni; It on any
account. Ho says, Mvnr crr-onlne throm-h
a narrow ontrance nt Wo mrl'sca Umy 1
dtcended tothodopth oftwoiiandrcdfcct, 1
winding about in thenarrow pn'J, walled
with solid Hint rook, until they cum io ft
woll, which thoy dosconded by moans ot n
rope and found It to ho forty-live feet
deep, without water.
At.tho bottom of this well thoy found
tho narrow nmico leadinc otfas from tho
flnt, In a tortuoui courso, itill willtd with
tilnl rock tboycontinucd to follow it, and
at soma diitnnco from tho well entered :t
lartfu room n ball walled with tho samo ,
impenotrahlt'jUnt rock, but jagged nni I
Dointd:1a.a.t4jouAAi'id fantustic slmiu. !
He deceSa'elBr'.ib!Ii'y to dicriba tho
grandeur nnd lsuly of this htll hy torrh
licht. but lavs iio found himself In 11 laruo
room 10 iwal'Ird with flint rock to JitKi;ed
that a full HL'iiinU it would cut one to nioces
and beautifully hung with stalactites that
retloctcd tho ligiit in a thouisnd forms and
sparkled with diamond Irilliati'-y in tho
nooks nnd corner, yf tho hull.
Winneii a Allorueya In low.
Tlie'followins is tho law of Iowa, iiaued
at thu.laat session, atrlkltit; tho words
"white mala" out of tha ntntuto relating to
the admission of attorney, and lni;rtfni;
tho word "or flic," so ns to provide for tlic
nduiinion of women to tho bur
'An set to amend Section B.tfiO, of Chap
ter lit, of tho revision of 1S0O.
"StPTlox 1. 1! if nnf.ttilly IU (ieneril
Atttmily of the Stair of pirn. That
Section ;l!,TO0, of Chapter 111, of tho
rovition of 1800, ho and thufamo is hereby.
nmondd, by strjkingout tho word 'white
initio-it om tho urst lino 01 atiiu tittion,
and by inserting iu third lino of raid sec
tion after tho word 1ii,' tlio wordl 'or she.
"Approvod .March 8, 16T0."
Iowa ii tho flnt Stnta that hai, by ex
preii statute, provided for tho ndmlnlon
of women to tho bar. "Which Stnto will
bo tho nsxt?
A Wife Ratiffht aarl Holil.
f From the Trlnlditd (Colorado) nnerprlo.l
btrangeni it may seem, a msn in this city
actually sold his wlfu to another man on
Tuesday of hut week. Tho r.ilunblo "con
aWorutlon" was f 10 In money, which sum
was actually paid ovor. Tlio couplo, so
facllcly divorced, have boon huband and
wife for tho term of eight years, and havo
a son 7 ycun old, and nno child younger.
In tho arrunKemont tho father wsj to
keep tha older child, and tho nnw "pair"
were to have the vouncer. Tho "pur
chaser" li a young man, and, uftor the
transaction, ho took tho woman and went
I u"nu 01 w"' "u,0i no naving iiont;iH iiir-
a Womirrfui iioK.
. aidowalk, bus n wombrful do. Wlicn
Ida It. kit ilnii'n afiil 1r liiailiki tul.'iM lttli
1 r ;L r. v. '. T "i." " 1
ontlo null. If tho man c'ivm u inor and
uy 1110 roimr ui nit uu.u mm Kt nun 11
n turn, but rofutcito wake, his friend elves
it more emphatic reminder of thu necessity
ot moving. I lien, 11 thn sleeper noes
not awaicc, the dog take 11 llrm grip on
tonic lusis portion of his masters
habillmenti. and pulls him untill hu is fain
to uric, followed by tho watching eyo of
his uruto companion, i no man is some
wlint deaf, and cannot hear when a knock
Is given on his door. Tho dog, who sleeps
near him, awake at 11 summons for his
innitor. pulls lilm untill ho awakens, and
thus notlllti him that ho is wanted:
4 'IIR.M.KH IN
(b.VSSWAKi: mid HOl'.Si: FUUVsMI
185 and 187 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
p k.viy..ii.vi!: WiOTinxu.
I, WAX.BE Fv
Cairo, - - - Slliso!s
IUs put -eoeived u f :ll n I eoiiiplrtesioek d
Gents' Furnishing Goods
ot Mrry do-H'riptlon, which will ho sold at pri.-c
that ill nut lall to unit all piirehfert. IVrleet
dtaiiua'ikiitreil. Hi, stock
Sliirts, lints, Caps, etc.,
not rseellf-iltn point l pr'M'i Ir-l nl ihlen
Iu (In. er nyntherm'6et.
TIIK M.IV AM' r.ifsiiiuAlil.K
Shaving & Hair Dressing
la now open lo th eltt(enof f'r'. '
H nl,elfaf'heland UalrCnllaiJ."'n
lam prepared to Up 'l V,nJ' ?I ernainonta)
Hairwort-iuloh";l' "" l1"H-,,H1': , . ,
Hair iirea.linrduue iu tho lulntMid beat t)l,
I will go to HiehQUHCsof tliOM' unablotocointitu
uau on ja.e.
janSillru JOHN HHUFUKI).
Ciiiirtcrcil March 31, Iwl
ir.t.y National Hamk
A. n. rAITnui, iTetldontt
S; Hi,'LWyK- V100.Preti.loul;
W. IIVSLOP, HooMterynnd Traasarar.
K M. Hroi KvV.KTIt. PAULO ttCHOlI
Irio.ltanr any AmnnntnecatTaAfMam
Ten SJente IJpwarSi,
Inlcrr-t paid on drpoilta at the rate of Seer teak
per annum March ll and Krpt. let.
Inlcrr.tnol aithdrawn iaaudnl Immediately U
tlio principal of the derw.lu. tbnrebr (Itinctaeaa
Harrlcnl Womea etatl 47hlllrm
1 .Muyili-iin.lt mnner an that
SO (INK KLSE CAN DRAW IT.
nni orery bu-lnrts dty from u a.m. to 3 p.m.
rtnd Hstunly rtanln for AVINO DEVOUT
inly, Irnm lo H o'cluuk. ,
atiiTJOtr W. II r.SLOP. Treasurer.
IIAMRI, Ilt'ltll, frtalilenli
uuiiKitr vt. nidcK, syiirasM
I). . MUSJIIlit, CuaUlar.
Collections Promptly Made,
IJxclnwiue, Coin, llnak Nates
niisl'5J:iit s NtMtcN Nccarle
ilea IloiiKlit Hn4
Interest 1 Allowed
on Time Depoelta.
(n . NATIONAL BAHK
sfj,4lit:tl - - 1100,00
V. P. IIAIiMUAV, Irealrlent
A. U. HAl'KUUU, Ce.lllrri
WAl.TlUt IIY.SI.ni, AaalatantCaahlar
Sl4t Ujlur iV. I'. Ilalllday,
.nt lthlli l.'obl.ll, I'uaalaikSM
(ho. It. WllllanuoB, st(ihta tllrl,
A. II. KsO'erd.
xeliaii;e, Coin aad
U. iS.Itoiid llought
3D ojj o rait oaa Xt. ooolxrecA
ASlK.NrtltAI.il A NIC I NO HIIMISt BRat
ONS' .C'O.ll. VAIII.
FOOT OF ELEVENTH STREET
a r -s ww w rseTsv
.tloiint C'at'lto' ,
Iu 4uoln und
Auonil Supply 011 H.iiil,niiU atelle-asrael
In nil)- part ofth elljr.
I'.virj Load of Coal Weighed, and fall
ou (tvoi.v co.tr. i-i:kisi:d at tie
pi:k cm i.n.vn.
Or !. : U fl at the ni.-o w dl. Ailed Immediate!;
J.UIKS BOSS, Prop'r.
rpt 2 1 ' t
Are Prepared to Supply Cisteawert
with tho llc.t (Juallty ef
Urtlcra lelt at llallltluy Ilroa.
No. in lilitu l.etrer, or nt trie
Ynrit lielosv IlieSt. flinreM
lr, will lleceltc rital
T'. Tux "Jlontauk" l"'"f Coal alonistda
te tniert at any hour. 'J'"r n'S"t.
at'i.ro. t) t Mt. IW
t III.tNAUA.K fJU
(Siiccr.toM to John tj. Ilarroan A Co.,)
x u c TToia Br
74, Second Floor, OHIO LEVEL?
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