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For I'residtnt, IST'J,
JAMES U. 1)00 LITTLE,
1 tct 1 3 the decision of the natumal dem
ocratic conn nlU,)i.
Th Sew Vork World on Kptitmr Iwiollttln.)
' 7n record ii o eomhteitt nwl untur
ned that it may it Vthcnal to a ktruiyhl
" drawn ncro a piisttet eleur beam,
"'rrtd btf the. yluctitalimi ntmnijihere
.iiwnoin jKniiiCK, inroiKjii ihr. mat
atfcht,y.Sem'rJtitW.iMirrrt.l at Jit
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it'll minium, Minmt.
J in: New-York Sun is anxious to
Uow winner Grant . ill get Greeley's
A i-0NO-i.Or,T brother 1ms been found
u St. l.ouU. He is doing as well as
CuuW W !cted under the circum-
Hrk city, havcouq.lR.d tl.J re-
f o. .of their inaUeuu
una are anpy bc-caut. MoiTuu,,
o jy suppre.,bi,,g their late iiot.
huscitated the .,m Advcrtiur, ami u
now issuing the paper at Joncboro
'v.ug dropped Anna out of head.
Oppoiitiou papers do not apparently
ejoy long Hfe i Union county. They
J0 " r;,1 61 110 'o,0Uf birth, and
tho oi Gazette, v,Uh Itouton toleadit in
quiet fSHjl safo paths, trudges along u,i-disturbed.
h'N'JillU'KUiiiiillu. prfl.Pl to
) the l-Mfl-M 1-Ui.lt. kfttr il,'.., '.;, Vl-
i JiBt K jm ami hill,..), inn iir)tr
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ripitPt. tf. tJ lit renewed lh.nr
.Vrn Lnl ?SL"'' ,?n'1 'u '"! Hi"
; to U.eKiemaU-lorYQf i 'a-,,.11.-
Tin: f ore (nil of the tut siilont'n fnvor
i(c lioreo i.i licconiii) lietier The
cnu.'o of (his iiiifforltiue wiw, ni'cortl.iijr
lo the Now-York .SV;', circuiiifcribed
stable room To roincih this evil, nml
guard tlic tail of his liorao against ores
in tlc future, his excellency is erecting
a now palatial Mructure, next t- the
trciMiry dojiarlnicnt, for tlio royal tud.
(Jreat t (J rant !
Tilt! "ieeial contributor" of the
.loiieidMiro Advcrti'v r is free to say that
"The figns of (he linioa indicatd that
rciublicans ought to watch and work,"
which is a great and very solemn truth.
I!ut wo doubt it any amount of watch
ing and working, with all the praying
that can be obtained thrown in, can drive
away from their party its impending
downfall. Even salt would fail to save
that rotten and thoroughly bad organ!
7.ation. It is doomed.
TllK .loncsboro Advertitrr a.M;rt.s,
with perfect looseners, that " to such
'strides of tyranny has the unbridled
' Gazette gone that the freedom
4 of the democratic citizens of
4 old Union is being lost." Now, this
is all wrong. The Advertiser should
not thtf rush into .seventy. It should
be more merciful. To say the Gazette
is unbridled is bad enough, but to add
that it has gone to such Mridcs of tyr
anny is so overwhelmingly crushing
we doubt if the Gazette can Mirvivc the
Tin: .loncsboro AdvrrHter is unique
very, it understand "things, auu
deuounces theprimary election system iu
terms that are iearlul to contemplate.
livery democrat who votes at the dem
ocratic primaries in Union, declares the
Adverticr, parts with his freedom as a
citizen of this glorious laud ; and the
Advert! r adds : "And alas for free-
dom's self and the rights of man, they
4 do it, and what is worse the grand
4 juries of the couuty whose business it
4 is to indict and consequently puuish
4 intrusions into office, do not perform
4 their duty but stand idly by in utter
4 disregard of the laws of the land and
4 their most solemn oath." There now !
If the primary election system iu Union
county can survive that assault, what
can it not survive ?
Mo.vky is cheap ; that is, low rates
of intcrot prevail iu this country and
V'urope, In New-York money is loaned
on demand at'.! to i or cent., and large
I amounts of time paper have recently
been discounted at 1 to u per cent.
The bank of England rate is '1 percent.,
I and on tlio Continent the rate m the
' open maiket is not above !! 1-J pe
cent. At nil points the rale la from
1 l-'J. to '1 per cent, below the rite-? pre
vailing last year. The little uo lor
money is hIio.vii iu the state of deio.its
in New-i ork, which in the C'learin
House banks are S.l-',iWO,(ifio higher
than one year ago. The small demands
for money generally throughout the
country is evidenced bv tlm fact that
:,.t ,,,c iI;,tc of ,Iiu h ,v,,,nis f '-
were lat venr. In 1 1. ... ii. tlw. l.onl-
of England and four of the leading
hank.-, the depo.-its are more than fif
teen million poundi sterling above
tho-eofla.-t year. Such facts indicate
an uiiomaluuAbtate of affairs and should
cau.-o a deeper study into the subject of
finance, especially its relation to indus
try. Nearly all our financial troubles
uriso from our ignoring labor and nut
preserving tho proper equilibrium be
tween it and currency. Indeed it is al
most aximoiie that currency must be
based on labor to ensure a stable (inan
Kl'FKCT.S OF THE NEW DEI'AItT
L'lt. Tho wi.dtmi of the new departure,
considered as u parly measure, has al
reatly been deinuiihtrated, ami so eon
eliiaively lhal no person who has the
least familiarity with the drift of public
anairs can ueny tins as-ertion.
Let in look at the matter.
A few months ago the president aud
hii chief political counselor, Senator
Morion, vi-ited Indianapolis, where the
senator made a speech in which he nom
inated .Mr. (.rant for ie-election and en
deavoied to make a platform for Un
democratic parly. Appealing to tho
memories of the past, ho asserted that
the democrats contemplated a revolu
tionary assault upon the three famous
amendments of tho constitution that,
following the lead of mm like Senator
itmir, wuo is nothing it not sensational,
they proposed to nullify all tho results
of the war, and ie-eetablUh "the con
4 stitution as it was."
ti . .
liming inns announced his leader
1 . , 1 . i l i
unu sciocicii ins own mtt n..,,,,,,!
orton retired from the i.ublio'
await events. U'i.11
VWed with his wn work, ho was grat-
""'' UlU ni.nlativo Of hi nnvtv
t he k
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Tv.,.. .t i ' " i'uiu iniacK,
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.- V"1 "WWi.iu the .Ii.C.ii.Jv 1
beaii the old wutV. ..r
iV ( 1. ! ' 1
aimlo.y,,;,,,, wi -V,rt,l,ll,B
I"" -. 1 Mi.-SedH "t
were not to be dreaded half as "
another war which u-mil.l ., '
lev linL.tf..! -
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sul power, in vain w0
ueei.ire.1 unit our intentions worn pence
nbje. 4lLook at tho null and void plat
'form tf tho New-Vork convention,"
was the reply, "in which you threaten
'(o "ptot thoatncnilinci ti by tho bay
' not. " Then wo were compelled to
protest that tho New-York platform
contained no such threat. All along
tho line wo were on tho dofensive.
While the democrats were fighting
thus at n great disadvantage, Mr. Val
latidigham stepped forward, andf by
what is called the new departure, took
all the wind out of Senator Morton's
sails. "You shall not," he said to the
radical managers, 4,mako n platform for
' the democracy. We do not propose
' to be crowded to tho wall any longer,
4 Stand off. The democrats accept all
4 the amendments receive and will de
' feud the constitution as it is, and guar
'anlee to all men in the republic equal
' rights before the law to all men, black
4 and white."
What was the result of this move
merit' It placed tho republicans
on the defensive, and even SeuatorIor
ton has become seriously alarmed, as
anr one who reads his late St. Louis
speech may see. "Don't believe them
' who assert that the republican party
4 has no mission now," he shouts. 44 Its
mission is to compel every person in
the republic to acknowledge that tho
three amendments arc right, and ought
4 to be the fundamental law of the laud."
Dut how futile this appeal will be, may
be seen iu the conduct of Senator
Sehurz and like republicans, It can
not bind the party together. All par
ties admit and proclaim that the amend
ments are part of the fundamental law
of the laud, and there that question
ends. All the Mortons in tho land
cannot resurrect it again. The repub
lican party has lost its most effective
weapon, and must now defend its poli
cies with sound Tcasosing. It can uo
longer cover up and hido its short
comings by appealiug to the passions
and prejudices of the war period.
ItKl'LY OF THE SENATOR TO
WEAK DEFENSE OF A BAD
THE OLD WAK CH1ES KEUTTEKED.
A MIXTUKEOF POLITICAL BILK
WATER AND CANT.
St Loi i-, Au. 1C Sunutor .Morton
of 1 milium, spoke at the tcmplo to-night
to one of the liiri'ust nudience ever cun-
grt'gutvu in M. Jtouis. lion. 1. l.low prc
tulud, nml tho platform was tilled with a
lr"c mimW of tho most prominent re
publicans in the city. (Juite n niunl.cr of
ladic woro pr.'ftit. IJiirintr the ditv .Mr.
.Morion win called upon by Scnntor Sehurz,
(jov. Drown, and many other prcmcnmit
ana (iiuingutaia-a citizens. -Mr. lilow intro
duced tlio Ejteaker witli it few ruttiurks in
roforenco to tho coming ttrugglo for presi
dent, giving a few of tho most prominent
cn.iractensuc oi tlio rcpuniienn and tho
democratic parties, and laying much stresi
upon tho irnportar.ee of tho eoniinc contest.
Mr. Jlorton opened by referrini: to his vis
it to St. Louis in tho curly part of tho war
in belmlf of some lndiunu regiments, and
then passed on to the mlicot of his ad
dress by saying; I am u republican and
Leloni; to that parly becauso bnliovo its
principles are true principles of this gov
ernment; because it is thu party that saved
this government, and 1 buliuvo that tho
best mid highest interests of this country
now nro dependent upon tlio continuing
that party in power for tome years. The
republican party has some dllllculties to
encounter. Ono is that it lias accomplish
ed such great things within tlio last ten
years tiiai very greut tilings aro conse
quently expected, and some ot iU morn
huii are not tutislicd w ithout tho repub
lican party is entering on some now and
great reform everyday; unless it lmssomo
great victory to register at tlio end of
every woek or month. If wo shall suc
ceed in what wo have undertukon ; if wo
shall tecum to this country for nil time the
true results of the war; if wo shall secure
to tho people of all states equal rights be
fore tho luw, wo shall havo accomplished
a great work, moro than any other purtv
in inisoratiy oiiiereouinry lias established.
Our enemies are tirtl'iillv whiirmriiiif in
us that our niiseioii has been perfoimod;
that our duty is done, urn) that wo mav
reft upon our victorious arms. Tlio mis
sion of tho republican purty will not bo
performed H it eun bo su'lil to huvo n
special mission until In all parts of this
country mo i nirteeiitii, r ourteenth, and
Fifteenth amendments shall bo accepted
not only in letter but in spirit; until it
shall bo conceded, not for tho fake of
political expedioncy, but becauso all par
ties agree, that they aro right, and ought
to bo tho fundamental law of tho lnnd.
New questions will spring up from time to
time, and wo should try todupoBo of thorn
as they eomo. Hut wo should not have
too many Irons in tho flro at ono timo.
Tho republican parly is tho great reform
party or this country. It has consumma
ted more and greater reforms In tho course
of ton years than nil tho parties that have
gone boforc it; but wo havo dono ono tiling
at a time, and when wo have dono one
great work wo havo taken up tho next,
and so we bliull go on; and if there are
reformers who think tho republicans are
not traveling fust enough for thorn, lot me
ask thorn if there is any other party thoy
can go to that promises any roform at all '!
Tho spirit of progress and reform is tho
essential spirit of republicanism,
aud wo shall enact tho great reforms re
quired for tho country from time to timo
as tlio poonlo aro ready for thorn, una us
tlio condition of tho country and as reason
shall demonstrate their necessity. There
fore I 6ay to till reformers, bo not imimtlont.
You have mora to bono for in tho way of
ruiurm iiuiii iiiu rujmuiii'uii I artyuatl you
have from any new party that can possl-
uiy uu loruii'u. iiuw parlies are not mauo
to order. Thoro is no man in this country
thai has got capacity enough to build up a
now parly, nor is tnoro any tot or intn
that ihavo that capacity, llrsat parlies
Miring from great public evouts, or thov
eomo up from the invitablo condition of
uio country or tlio 6talo or public opinion,
Tho republican party was called into ex
istence by tlio repeal of tho M siouri oom
promise. tlml urout breach or fuith that
shook this nation to its vurv fiunuliii,t,
That was, in fact, tho beginning ot tho war,
iii mi t iiu utuui urvy cull inKo Its
Place until it bus proved fulm to iu i,l,i,,u
talo to Its principal'!, and until tlio yuib
lie mind is sntistlod that the reforms of
DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY AUGUST 19, 1871.
tho nation ounnpt bo accomplished oxcopt
by liid fonuiillon of a tov parly.
"Thoro nro but two parties In this "oun
try now, thoro will bo. but two rmrliu f
sonio years i to eomo. What n deciido ma
do what 20 year! may do wo ca motto ',
but luoro is noprobabflty oftlioro bolt g u
thltd parly formo l with any groat natlon-
ui criHiauiur uiirinff mo noxt two, four, or
six years. It Is tuoreforo i Imply n choleo
between republican and democratic par
ties. Evory road that leads out of tho re
publican party leads into tho domooratio
parly. Everything that tends to woaker
tho republican jiarty tends to .stranrrUJuri
tlio democratic party. It makes no dlffer
cnco whether it is Intended In that way or
not ; that Is tho absoluto and Inovilablo ro
suit of it. "WhatoVer weakens tho demo
cratic party strengthens tho republican
Tli sonator then pacsod to tho iiibjcct of
amnesty, Rnd said: . "JJut ono disability
now remains upon Ihota cngngod in tho
rebellion, and that in, that no man who
had taken an oath to support tho constitu
tion of tho United Stales, and aftorward
perjury by encaging In robolllon, shall bo
ollgiblo to hold otllcc. .lotf. Davis has as
much right to vote In Mlisissippl as any
man In that 6lato or any man Iu Missouri.
Tho class of men who arc
covered by tho Fourteenth amend
ment Is not very largo not moro than
30,000 In all the United Slatos. Ai
a member of tho scnato of tho United
Slatos I havo never refusod to voto to re
lolvo tho disabilities of ono man who has
asked for It over his own slgnaturo in good
faith, and I am prepared to conlinuo to
voto in that way, with some exceptions.
I did refuse to voto for ono man who ap
plied, bewiuso In addition to being o robol
ho had been a very bed guorrilla. But,
my friends, tliero is a class of men who en
gaged in that rebellion whom 1 will nover
voto to release, I.do not refer to tho masses
of Ihoso who aro undor this by tho Fif
teenth amendment, but I refer more
particularly to those moo who woro It the
congress of tho United State! and went
out of it and organized tho rebellion; those
men who had been cducatod by the
government as soldiori, and who had loft
tho army and carried thoir swords over to
tho rebellion. So far as that class of reb
els arc concerned, I, for ono, will never
vote to rolievo thorn. At far as a general
amnesty of otbors maybe concerned, 1
shall be extremely liberal) but to tho au
thors and creators of rebellion such won
as Davis, and Toombs, and HrecV en
ridge, thoio men who
made tho great national
funeral at which moro than 400,000 moo
were buried, who made more than 100.000
wives widows; more than 300,000 children
orphans; thoso sinned against light and
Knowieugc, auu, as i oenuve, coiumiiica
tho grcrtcst crimes of this or any other
country, I will never vote to take from
them the least legal mark of diiipprubn-
tion or tncir crime, .mnaity or sucn
men I denounce as morally wicked and
cruelty to future generations; cruelty to
me ennuren mat are now growing up.
I am not willing lo'say that rebellion was
no crime, l am not wining to instruct
posterity that this rebellion was no crime,
but a mere political difference, a mere
question between parties, by voting to
admit again to the congress of the United
States It may bo even to tho Dresidoncv
tho very men who made the rebellion
and were tno cause or all tbo suuenog and
sorrow. 1'unlshmcnt has gone by. So
body has been exocuted, nobody has been
imprisoned, and now tho last thing to
make treason as a crimo and
oven as a misdemeanor is tho
fourteenth amendmen tnakinc
thoso men that I spoke of ineligible to of
lice. And I say if we wero to turn around
and admit them to tho congress of tlio
United Stales again, 1 tell you they will
come, ii you win rernovo tlie uimuilily.
If we wero to admit such men as Davis,
Too.nbs, and Ureckenridgo back, then wo
snouiu tiuitiiy ourselves , wo should say
that after all there was nothing wrong ih
rebellion; wo should say to future gener
ations there is no crime in trying to over
throw this government. I want to be un
derstood on tho subject of amnesty. I will
never vote for universal amnesty. 1 mav
go in for a very general nmncstv, but I
will never tit myself, and will "not ask
other loyal men to sit, in the senate of tho
United States by tho sido of Jeff. Davis,
Itreckcnridgc, und Toombs.
Tho sonator then discussed clvll-sorvlco
reform. Ho said "Prosident Oram has
recommended reform in this direction: nnr!
had, under tho act of concress. anrjointcd
commissioners to examine the subject and
report to him. Two of those gentlemen'
woro prominent editors who had written
voluminously in favcr of tho reform, but
nicj miio jiui upn wio commission
and asked to dcviso something practicable
they met with difficulties tit tho very
threshold oven constitutional ditllcultloi
Ho hoped thoy would present something
practicable to congress. Our civil scrvlco
has many imperfections many which
arise out of tho imperfections of human
naturo, and cannot ho removed except by
improving human nature. It has been
suggested that government clerks and sub
ordinates should hold ofilco for lifo. Ho
would never yoto for that. "Wo want no
lifo tenures in this country."
Willi itKlom-nttrnitniil, low ttplr-
n ....-at, -iirriun.urrtliril, limn JI
IMtucr, ilixxy liiiul, ion or memory,
mill Itff.ialt.ittMl 1. ... ...... . . .
hh of Nf'inru. NDeriiiiiiorrliii-ii- lout. ..r
rllll)-. Iliul it hovitvIku cureiu lluiu
lircjr'M lloineopiillilc Nirclnc Xo.
til H inllil unit iHilcnt lurutltes, lhr Htrike at
unci' at tlm rools ol tho mutter, lone up Ilia Mi
li'in, arrinntln-ilLeharKPi, n0 Impart ixoriiiJ
... ti.nn.j (it iiitjtjiuirtt man 'iney
Iihsii enroit iIioimhii'Ii of cweH. I'rloe, ti par
iiuclmKB of llvu iKiioa nnil a liirjje It vial, wliioh
WIN EN ANIIl.mUOIla.
wm. ii. HoriuTTEn
!luiiorler nml Wlioletutle Jlealcr Iu
TOBACCO & CIGAE3.
Auent for Uio Iwnt lirandH of
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liiiior(vl Alett of lrrereiitKlud.;
75 Ohio Lkvee,
V. M . STOUKFLET II,'
mTnon rniitr. 4 trocai irtn
lliclirjer mill Wliolrmili nralrr a
I'on lKii ami Hohh-hHc
LrQUORS, WINES,. ETC.
No. 78 Ohio Li:vi:k,
ifiilNurizLti IIlock, UVIRO, I LLINOIS.
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W'Wj JJotifJbpn, Ityo und Mononica
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stitution, Including Martrlculition and Demon
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1IT7.0KIU1.I)'8 Hample ltoomi aro alocdod
Willi IlUre ltniinrtf..l wlnaa lliutnra anrl nlirAfa.
auj are dlspenNed. from clto bar in arat-elaas
era Illinois, and none, Utter alookad. Call, and
tout the various brands ol wines and liquors.
JOHN IIYLAND'8 SALOON,
Corner Tenth Ntrt ssssd CooinircUI
ill'EItlOIt liquors, beer, ale, etc., and flagrant
lllavanu llwata Itn kauut. Tknai. ilAalrttlcr-HA-
llhtlul bevAratea allKllTirnnl Uil tn rll onil nlOT
Ihein- All thair wioUwU! Iiealtund to Iu 'man
ner! that wlU warrant' a.roturii, All his llnuon,
wines tid;elgara bava been atlected wllh "
are aad orltlcal Usiri.- "
. . i.i'.i t'-.i'-
HOUSE MOVER AND BUILDER
j la prepared lo do all kinds of
jiidvsy, MpyiNo, house raising
BKPAIKINO Of KVKltY UKSCKtmOV
ON TllK MOST aikOLK
D' IlIIKItH left at O10 resiiienco ol Mr. Knnnody.
On Center elrcct, next door totho MOW aohool
liouae, or addUHneil to tba cara .of I'. OirBpx 1
or the HullSldoillfoi will rwculve prompt alien
on . , ,
WOOD 1 WOOD I I WOOD 1 1 I
" 'The undermined will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
An Ciienp, If not Cker
Bjaaasrii huci will cord the wood up irdeilrJ.
augW-II DKMrtia IIALKTt
"w. uaira. f. Aiitaota.' .x itr
SAVE TWENTV Pltlt CENT
Wnwblngloii-nv., Near Coaliini IIoHar,
l?V:rvf!!l!.??f'b 'fn the
klridi of 7 rB '""""'turlnK all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and for nile, at
Wboli-MKlo nml Hrlnll,
all kinds, and will rontluiin to keep at their
SALES ROOMlS IN TIIKIIl NKW tlUII.Iil.VO,
fTc'nrJdl"cr'l'llon f hap and costly iiirnitnre,
"Marble Topped noreatis ,
"Warilrbe, Sofa Chalrn,
TI3Ungra,rtc , etc.,
Which Ihey will KUaranlee lo all
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWKK
Than Ibey can U hought from any olher.lealer In
vi.j. in itj lnriii can ami aatitry vntir
Villi JlllllfO. IIHllolH.
TIMOTHY COYL, Proprietor.
In one of the liAnt auiI finit mnnn in iCia pmin
If Aid la lUDliIipd with ihp l-rt wine, lnnif r-
fire Ihem the Ust In tho pho which U th lit
CORNER SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.,
(Entracco on Hiith-nt.,)
F. 3. Oakas, ")
H. O. Cady. r CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. Loilwlck, J
OAKE9, CADT A CO. I'roprittor.
COMMKHCl AL-AYKXUK, OITOHITK I'. O.,
CAIRO. 1 IfltH.
JOSEPH iiaymsc, : : : : : riioruiKTOR.
The Houhk is Nkwlv Furnikiif.d
Aid ofTera tn the public Ural-clans arcotnmoda-
none at reasonable rate.
Opposjle the I'oMofTlce, on Hlith Street Iwtween
J I TT IIIUWS MU WIMIUDIVI'M WlUlur
ThU boiirfn ha linen thorouslilv over-hauled.
re(uruished anil renovated, nml la now open for
III racepiion 01 Kuetn. i ne rooun aro uu iik"
and well ventilated, und funhlliire new. ICali li
kepi nlshtaiiil day,
11 Its. (JAFFNUV.
MAS II llOLDKn.
IIANSKL'S PATENT '1 II H ON1.T KKLIAIII.K
WINDOW VAST OUT,
r - 'J.
5? SB H
USE- ?Z -ZZ
w -1 "
S - f,
u 7 7
BERLIZIIKIMER & OAHN,
Bole owners of the Territories of the elates ol
Illluole, Wisconsin and Iowa, ana
Agents for other titalcs.
QEKAL OmuK 00 W ABIIINOTOK-BT.,
(jlKOCKKIE AND DRY GOODS.
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS1 AND CAI'8. KT0 '
Has lust received a henvy alock .of Boots and
lias juii fee.. 1ogl)ry gnd Notions,
Fl) SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
IU also has a due stock of Family (irocerica ol
' every k(nd.
.a ' '
-' L. vrn nnif if un
-M2tH' AH" Wi
W. W. THOKNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW GLASS,
Lath -a.it jd ltjmbee
Office-on Tenth St.,
II.' I llfrti tf r. h ... a. t .
an'i. ,n ,mIr""' Hoofing always ou
S. AV ALTERS,
HARD AVII Sfll7T T.TTTfTTI.-'T
VA'. Uf I
ot every dencriptlon,
"""'I oiiiflunrjj u&UAH P03T.S,
T.ATIf tM 1 1 - . T itr. . J
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest nolle.
Commcrcial-av, bet. 10th and llth-nt.
I'lUST iAT NAT, ItATCTi
DA.Mr.tt HUIID, I're.ldenl;
KOHHttT W. MII.I.KK, Vlce.l're .Ident ;
C. N. llUOIira, CasMer.
COLLI-t,TION.S;tl'HO.M itly MADE
T71XCIIAMIF:, rem, hank noU. and L'oilei
u ntairv nrHjuniie oujini ana SOKJ
lulrrml Allovtril on Tins Byolu.
S hnrtered Sf arris 31. MM,
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIKO
A, II. 8AKFOIID, I'resldenl ;
H. S. TAYI.OK, Vice-President;
W. HVrii.Ol', tlrereUrr and Treasurer.
I'. W. lUai'Liv, Cmi. OiUoMia,
F. M. Hrvi-anciii, Vu l O. tkHin, 1
11. M. t:L'MlnilAhf. W. 1'. I1ALLIDAV.,
j. x. riiiiuri.
Sla.a.f.kllat nf anv A lain,, a( SIaaI WAfS fMkll.
en tents s jiwurue.
X porcent. per annum, March' 1st and HepUinj
rVTVUJ'.T ...II An . .nAl f . I 1 1, r.tAfil ailal
..l.tlw ... tl.. ..r.nnl.t r.1 ll.A .l.rul.ll. tt1,Jlt'
ur l.i. Interti.t not withdrawn li aauea imrnei
Klvinjj Ihem compound interest,
MARMID WOMEN AND CIUI.DIIIS MAY
O THAT XO OKI SUC C1N liaAW IT.
and haliirday evening lor HAVI.NO DEPOdlTrj
(liipn tivnrv lill.lntult iIav from 0 a.m. o S n.m.!
only, iron iwi o ciock.
Yl . It.Di.UI , AieMUIOI
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIALL1DAY, President!
A. 11. BAFFORD, Cashier; '
WALTER HY8LOP, AsslsUnt Cashier.
Bthts Tivwa, Host t H. ccataoa,
ItoTtT WHITI, W. P. IU"".
Oao. P. WltUAMSOK, HTaraiiiBiae,
A. l. oirtuHiii
Kxclinnge, Cola CBlttl W"
Bond nonsht and Hold.
EPOS ITS received, and general Unking
CARL L. THOMAS,
I prepared to do alt kinds of plain and ora-
KALSOMININQ, PAPER HANGING
.Pf.PN YH,'ITINQ, ET O .,
At figures which defy all competion, Mil a the
highest stylo tf tho painter's' art', ' -
SHOP IN TUEPERRY HOUSE,
CORNER OF COMMERCIAL AVENCK AH
KIOUXU CTREE, T,