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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II OIIKIII.r, K.lltrndnibll
JfonNiMif Octoiikk 28, 1871
SATURDAY
t,,m or THr. IUIIT tll'LIKTIII
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One !' carrier, In adinncc
One monlli. by l.inll
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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 11UI.LETIN.
John If. Ol.erly Co. ne reduced ! "
acrlplion pr.-e of the Weekly Cairo llullelln t
OnWMr rer ". mnMuii it the cheapest a
ptr published in Southern Illinois.
STATE TICKET.
Yor Heireeulame In d urrrn for the flnle-nt-Large,
S. S. HAYES.
Kor State Soimlor,.
WILLIAM Or. BOWMAN.
COUNTY TICKET.
F.irTrei'iirer.'inl Coll.-'tor,
WILLI AW MARTIN.
Kor. Surveyor,
JOHN I'. HELY.
Wr. PUeot that the Scliurz-lMair-Mimun
IlepuUlcan inoveiiiciit means
Grata Hrown aud liim elecied prcsi
dent. m. - i - m I
Louisville butchers make inferior
beef look like fine, fat, juicy meat by
a process they call " blowing." Louis
villians should not stand this. We're
Mowed if wo would.
The Sun is cruel when it says that
Mister 'Squire - Judge-Dr.-Postmastcr
Mcrfz, will, if olected, have an eye
single to the public good. It does not
become anybody to thus make a joke
out of a misfortune.
Chicago gave Grant a house, of the
value of $50,000, and that liberal soul,
when Chicago had been leveled with
the plain by fire, munificently contrib
uted $1,000! If the general goesjon
in this reckless manner, scattering his
money to tho wiuds, ho will beggar
himself aud family I
The Kvansville Courier, which has
for a long time been an enthusiastic
advocatJ of the nomination of Mr,
Hendricks lor the presidency has flop
ped about until it has got on the
Schurz platform, and now suggests the
disbandmcnt of the democratic party.
" Things is workin'."
A.v.v.t Dickinson will fulfil br.r
lecture engagements in the northern
part of this state next month. The
gentle Anna, it is said, has rolled up
$00,000, a very comfortable pum to be
gathered up so easily. At fifty cents
a head, this is the amount paid by
eighteen thousand curious people who
wanted to " see what she looked like."
As this sharp female is not yet on the
shady side of thirty, and can, with in
genious aids, preserve her good looks
for ten or fifteen years longer, there
will be no hinderance to her retiring
with a couple of hundred thousand dol
lars. We now have mautiai, law in
Chicago, Texas and .South Carolina,
Senator Urowulow says he believes
martial law ought to be proclaimed and
federal troops Fent to every district in
Tennessee, and that he would not hesi
tate to support such a proposition in
wiu senate ol the United States. This
is the fruit of radicalism. Since the
accession of Gen. Grant, tho neoi.lo
have been assured by bis followers
that Ins numerous violations of cstab
lii-hed law "are of no eoiiKciiuence.'
TllM tllOV n .,nulU,, ..T I
uiv 1JUVDUUILD Ut 1U1I UllUr-
est to the nation, is proved by the grad
uul eucroaohmenta of military power
....... nujjuiu iiiuiucrencc 01 tne peo
ple to its ulmliting effects.
n..., vt f .i ..
vjvh unit; uuiguuur 01 1110 K gays
the 8.'1,000,000 voted to Chicago by the
state was not a gift but tho payment of
a debt. This is putting a fine point on
tne matter, hvcrybody who knows
anything about the canal enterprise
knows it was a grand steal by Chicago,
a city that has been in tho habit of
stcaliug every thing that it could get its
hands ou. The work on the canal was
for the benefit of Chicago, aud there
was uo good reasou to require the bal
ance of the rtau, to pay for th(J wrkf
If Chicago will now hlop Uort whh
the modest sum of W.OOO.OOO, thocit
item of the state who uro not Chicago
aus will have cause for the ,,. ri,
found thank.giviugj but, tbc Uaucr
is, old sticks like the man Mrtz, x.
cal candidate forscnator in this district
being members of the General Asseui
bly, will allow the Destroyed City
stoal and steal and steal, for years to
come.
. Wis can endure a great deal, but when
s crusher like the following falls upon
1 ,to1wro compelled to let down aud
cry : " Enough I " Mark thiB from tho
Cairo Sun of Thursday :
A. 6rKCK. Th Bulletin syi that Judire
Mcrtr.1, a tmM roAA"
will bo tlio Po itlml ru n of JjBo
man. That "speck " degrees with dom
onrntlo nnlltlclnm noW-n-ilays.
If think not severity boiled down,
what is? "That speck" in tho small
potato, iMcrtz, nnd which indicates rot
totinc", disagrees with democratic poli
ticians now-.vdajs, docs it, good neigh
bor of the lovco orb ? Well, well ; you
arc right, true penny. ''That speck
of corruption has made putrid the en
tire radical party, and, truo it is, demo
crats do not like it. Now, don't, wo
beg of you, neighbor of ours, make a
mouth and retort with the Tammany
cry, because, you sec, wo democrats
lave gone back on thoso thieves of our
party, but you fellows of tho republican
party cherish your thieves, and as they
grow efficient in thievery advance them
o nioio influential positions iu your
councils.
When the partisans of Mr. Miller,
radical candidate for treasurer of Alex
ander county, attempt to secure for
im tho voto of Cairo by asserting ho is
Cairo man aud will therefore discrim
inate in bis assessment in favor ol tho
city, or as they put it: " Will chnngo
things reverse the order of past years
and make the country precincts of tho
county pay twice as much taxes as
they havo been paying when, wo
say, the partisans of Mr. Miller resort
to this kind of electioneering to induce
ic people of Cairo to vote for him,
they know they aro acting the part of
cry unfair fellows. Mr. Miller would
act under oath, as Mr. Martin has
acted, and would be compelled to assess
all the property of the county fairly, un-
css ho would perjure himself, and every
person who knows Mr. Miller knows
lini to be a truthful and honorable
man. JJut the misery is, mr. miner
would have very little to do with the
office. His business could not bo
neglected, and his duties as treasurer
and assessor would ueccssarily be per
formed by a deputy, somebody sug
gested by tho radical trio Iincgar,
Muuu and Pope who rule mot of the
white radicals of Cairo, including Mil
ler, with sway as absolute as that they
maintain over the negroes. This dep
uty, whoever ho might bo, would prob
ably hell out the assessment iu his own
interest and that of the managing radi
cals, but that the city at large would
get any benefit from it wc very much
doubt we don't believe.
Gauuett Davis, of Kentucky, a
blatherskito of considerable ability
and the long-windcdcst man in
the world, has been enlight
ening the country at Louisville.
The speech Garrett does all his en-
lichtoninir work bv snccche fill 'on
columns of the Courier-Journal and is
set in small type. To read it carefully,
excluding the time consumed by the
naps that would necessarily interrupt
the perusal, a rapid reader would bo
compelled to waste five hours at least.
It is immense, and may bo accepted
literally as an exhaustive statement of
the position of bourbouic democracy ;
aud it is as able as exhaustive. It places
before the public, in the most forciblo
manner, all the arguments of our polit
ical incorrigiblcs. Beginning with a
dissertation on the object of govern
ment, tho wordy orator drops upon tho
subject of the growth of tho American
system, and then glides gently into a
number of remarks on "the states,"
" tho people," " despotisms," " Roman
' liberty," " state rights," " the powers
' of government," " the history of tho
'rebellion," "illegality of the amend
' incuts," and a thousand other subjects.
On tho subject of the " new departure "
he lingers and goes iu. Tho amend
ments, ho Fays thirteenth, fourteenth
and fifteenth all of them the last
mother's sou of them have made a
ruin of the constitution. Then he goes
on
1 would make no forciblo resistance to
the.e iiincnilmcnts. I would obov tlni
as valid when that or active furrfhln ,,.
NOsitiotl wuro thftnUnrnntlv.x . T I 1
. WIH vtuuiu
have an expressed, standing and uuchanc-
ablo lirotc-t agiiinn their right-
ful obligation, uml 1 would
announco It as often as there
was a probability that such a courso would
prouuee any euect upon public opinion, I
would havo evcrv Governor of M,..t..
that position in his annual mcsiago; every
Lcgiilature that accordod with th t.J.
wuu nuiu leal uiey wero invalid, to declare
nor, to pass resolutions condemnatory of
thorn ; every court of any grttj0 0f jurls-
uivuuii wiiunuver mere was a caso before
it in which the validitv of th
spurious and invalid. II till In niUmeft .
iuciiii lainvcan o un. to rn n ti,, i.
ruHnnln each and OVOrv pnlft until U ...na
revised and royorsed by a suporior court
In the identical cuso; evory oxecutive of
ficer who was reoulrcil i iln
ward their direct enfnrpi.mnt
mini uu wua constrained by mandamus or
othor proper proceeding; every national
. - --mvil w IVtUSU
juuKiiieni oi wlilcli was
that thoso amendments wore not proposed
ami vai i ni i .. -
.v.uu iii eoniormlty
in thn riviiu.amAtil. nf .1.- ...
... .vl....v..... u, hid consuiu
; " v' resolutions stating that posb
i uciiounciug mom as fraudulent,
....ul.,unzUu, nmi nnu void: every eandl
uaio lor anv office, wim ,ri,,w: .,..i.n
M'oechci to the noonl... nn.1 wl,. , ,1.1.'..
to
of t bc amendments are tho product
Kris tS' Rn1 1",Vtt,id MCll0I
every eiZho
talks for tho ln,tru7t ' 7 tU ,"r
and who repudlauSt Z tf"l TP,C'
polatlons of tho Con u utlor . houl aT
forth his reasons for t10ir ?' V '"ul..,ot
The friond. of liberty WSSSi
Cnvnaiimant' aliMtl1 i1L.. al . ' '
or rostlnit nlaco In tho Un tod' ki,..,..'. ..
tll,J,'0' ,Bra "PuniJfd forovor. our pioplo
will ln lti 1w. e .1.. Itl.. .
j-, mm iikv anustlC'
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1871.
cessivo oligarchies, nnd will havo no
Government, no country!
After this grand roll, Mr. Davis
slates a few axiomatic truths, denounces
tho supremo court as a failuro, fires a
perfect broadside at Grant, and con
cludes, standing in tho glare of tho
brilliant light cf his own astonishing
rhetoric, by declaring that tho demo
cratic party cannot succeed by nominat
ing a man who endorses the doctrines
he advocates, and should, therefore,
nominate a man whose paramount quali
fication should bo strength enough to
beat Grant. "There is such a man,"
cries the eloquent long talker, ''he
' stands gloriously revealed to the pco-
1 pic of this nation in a long public life.
' and in one of tho ablest, broadest, most
' patriotic, and purest administrations of
the government .that hove ever
' blessed our country, in tho person of
' Millard Fillmore. Let the demo
1 cratie party maintain proudly and
1 firmly its grand aud tnne-honorod or-
' gauization, and repeat distinctly its
'immortal principles to the country and
' the world; butletit take Millard Fill-
' mure upon the trust and confidence of
' his past life, and present him to the
' whole people of the United States for
1 tho presidency, without note or com-
' mont as to him. Let it call Catullus
' from his retirement to save Rome I"
SQf Perry Joslln, one of thooldust nnd
perlmps tbu most eccentric of the newt
paper men of Michigan, after sevcrnt
years of retirement Is again editor of tho
Saginaw Enterprise, the leading journal
of Northern Michigan, which holms en
larged to a thirty-six column ehect. Tho
Enterprise was started in backwoods times,
and the first of its dally editions wero
worked otf on a hand-press by Mr. Joslln
himself, who has the reputation of being
the most accomplished practical printer
in Michigan. Tho typo-sotting for the
Enterprise Is dono with as much caro as is
oxecrcised in book-work, thcro being as
much heed tnken to secure even spacing
between words as Is takon to secure cor
rect orthography. A peculiarity of the
Enterprise is that it publishos no liquor
advertisements. Though a member of no
tcmperinco society, Mr. Joslln has never
been known to permit the printing of a
liquor advertisement In his paper, and
any word or sentence which alludes Iu any
way to intoxicating drinks Is carefully
eliminated from all manuscripts or selec
tions intended for tho Enterprise. Im
mense quantities of whisky aro drunk and
sold in tho two Saginaw, but this peculiar
daily nowspaper flourishes without it, and
makes out to bo as interesting as tho oth
er Michigan papers.
tSyThe power is steadily passing into
the hands of tho Western States. It is
estimated that by 1880 tho eleven western
states will contain two-fifths of the entire
population of tho Union. By that time
th population of the Union will bo somo
40,000,000; and tho following estimate has
been mado of tho cloven western states :
Kontuckv. i,finn,ftoo
VUsouri 2,500,000
Ohio 3,100,000
Indiana 5.',200,000
Illinois 3,200,000
Michigan 1,000,000
Wisconsin 1,500,000
Minnesota.... 1,000,000
Iowa 1.800.000
Nebraska 600,000
Kansa 1,000,000
Total 19,000,000
JQT Tho following passage occurs in the
St. Louis Democrat's report of the Medli
cott poisoning case: "A lawyer (not in
in the caso) who heard tho medical testi
mony, remarked that another such trial
would ruin the medical fraternity of Kan
sds. It Is a subject of general comment
that tho doctors contradicted each other
upon nearly every point on which thoy
wero questioned. They even differed in
regard to tho effect of that well-known
drug quinine, which Is taken by everybody
in Kansas. Ono learned doctor hesitated
a Jong time bofore ho would say that con
gestion of tho lungs was a common cause
of death. When they took hold of those
poisonous drugs morphine and atropine,
every ono had a different idea about them."
tr A now Bonaparllat organ of Paris
publishes a letter addressed by tho Em
press Eugenie to tho Czar of Kufiia, dat
ed last September a year, soliciting his
influence In tho interest of peace.
This letter, as woll as manv
other vuluablo and authentic
documents, has been published
So often
t ml It U nnnn,lnntU. ;,.,! i....i, ,. . ,
serious intentions of ildtnir France hut
itismarK, nv success vo Btrokes of nollcv
1 ., , , u mroKes 01 Jioiicy
nntlnpnii lull 1 I.... ll ..
....uu...., ,.uk ,v uuuiiiui i lie power oi tho
near to give aid to tho weak sister with
out endangering his own possessions to
attack from all quarters.
JA Washington telegram savs i "The
name of tho live cadet midshipmen re
cently dismissed from tho Navy Academy
for 'hazing' will not bo officially promul
gated, as tho dismissal Itself is considered
sufficient punishment, numerous lottnra
havo been recolved asking for their rein
statement. A young gentleman of this
city, ono of tho unfortunntna. I n .,,ir...
Ing on a bed of aleknes. from tho effect, of
being held an hour under a well, and was
inrown into a river besides, by tho cx-ca-
dot midshipmen."
The tonnago itatiitles of vossols
engaged in tho coastwise trado of the
United States for tho year onalnc Juno
30, 1871, do not show a marked Increase
over tho tonnago of vessels ongagod In
tho cod andjinackcrcl nshorles, Thoro is a
slight falling off as compared with the
previous year, wiillo tho vessels engaged
In tho whale fishery were reduced duriug
tne past tlscal year from 290 to'JlO, a fal
ling oil or ovor 0,500 tons. Now llcdford
whalers are now numbered by tho icoro
wnoroinoy wero formerly by hundred,
arTh9officlaUlopullcan majorities in
Pennsylvania aro as follows! Stanton,
Auditor O.neral, 14,290 j Heath, Surveyor
General, 20,370. In 18C0, Oearv
Rcnub
Hcan, for Oovornor, had 4,690 majority. (
epuuilcan and Domocratlc voto
on Auditor General was 653,508. Tho
tcmporanco candldalo rceoivd a llltlo
over 3,000 votes. Tho total for a constitu
tional convention was 332,281 ; against
72,073 j majority for Iconvontlon, 200,168.
is stated at Washington that a
movement Is on foot among ecrtsln Wcs
tor Republican Congressmen to Inaugurate
a new rovenuo reform movement in tho
House this winter and to urgo Speaker
IJIaln to constitute the Ways and Means
Committoo In that Interest.
sWTho treasury dopartmonl is now
paving without robato the Novombor In
tersst on tho flve-twentles.
Oil. CAN).
An portmpnt of the nbOTA ran, appiiri.lv
packril lor Khliuncnt, for xaln at Cincinnati price
Mel freight. Iy 1IARCLAY llltOS.,
ixhvkaxci:.
$1,250,000 OO.
HAinroRD
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
01 II r I ford, Con.
CHARTERED 1810.
Equal to the Great Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
"HABTPORD"
XeverNiirreni!erM !
Tented by the ntormo nf Hixly-onc jrr
AND STILL IS SOUND.
I'ayifrofn her'turplns of
SI, 800,000
Her !.oi?s by the
(5 HEAT CHICAGO FIRE
Leaving htr magnificent capital nf
ONE LZCZLLIOZST
Untouched and Quarter of a Million Surplus to
paru.
"Urt.lhr Brat,"
GET HARTFORD POLICIE8.
Sallonl, Morris A; Cundce, agents,
Cairo, Illinois
MII.I.I.NKILS.
miS. M. SWANDER,
nr? a t tmj t-v -ttt t T-vmntr
1 JjUIIiXjIv I
LADIES FLMtXISHINO GOODS,
Cam mere in I Akiiiip, oiiiifiKllr Kill
mill Iliij lliurn'M
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made to order, or Heady-Made.
Han received a full and pitmniAiuA.b r nn.i.
'he nenext nnd completed fn the oily. An lin-
ra'ne laniy oi
AVyr.o iviw rmnuiffl
.1 '"aucini 10 nerpairona ano
all others tunall on her.exainlna th prlcei, ntjlea
.Hit nll.lllu nf t... . ' '
' km'iu-
MIIXINICRY.
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. 0. McGEE,
KIOUTU HTRKKT, BKTWKEN WAHH1NOTOM
AND COUUKKCIAL AVKMUKB,
Uas jtut received a full aod splendid line ef
NEW GOODS
?tt"l5S.'ffim1nr,:: SeeMltSfi;
W itf.7nte
childrena'ahon, and a full aniTcouiplete stock ol
Millinery and Fancy Goods,
All of which the propoaet to tell at
THK VKKY LOWEST
CASH PRICE
UA I'lTI'EHN.
H. T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AMD DSAlta IK
OAS FIXTUHEN.
(laa Fitter's and I'lurober'a material, Wood
iui.i, B uu uiu biikio TaiT, atop
cocka, check valfea, etc.
Tnit. Brolli.r. Patent
. , " ,
do&uv.!
AUO aqit rot
Dry Gem Metere
i'a Automatic Watet
- 1
lorateam Douera.
'sssssssssssssssssssssssssssl-Br.
5SBssssssssssssssssssssssBKP
HIOH A1D rORWAHDIHO,
wood KiTraisiroTOi
(8 enor ol A) era A Co.)
FLOUR
AND
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKE,
Cairo, Illinois.
J. M, PHILLIPS & CO.,
((Duceeaiora to E. D. Hendrlcka M Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
4MB
WnARF-HOAT PROPRIETORS)
CAIM. ..j.
Liberal Adtancej n:i
Coniijiniiient..
upon,
Ar prepared to receive, turo oui orwurd
frelghta to all polntaand buy at.ij
ell on co:nirillon.
pIulne atlenilea to iromptlr.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTIOK
-oEErRcn.A.asr'r.
No. 134 Commercial -a ve.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
MILLER k PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWAKDING MERCHANTS,
AND '
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
58 Ohio Levis, CAIRO, ILLS.
Z. S. UATUUM. t. c. UUL.
MATHUSS & UHL,
roBTVABDiisra
AS tiEMERAL.
Commission Merchants,
UKALEK.1 IX
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
. OHIO I.CVKE,
Bttiutix Fourth t fiUth fits., CAIUO, II.I-
ang 14wtf
CLOSE Jfc VINCENT.
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
AND
DEAIiEES lilZMTZE
Cxmkxt, Plaster Paris, .
AND
PLASTERER'S HAIR,'
Crnr Eifhth Htrett ud Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILL.
JOHN B. PHUjLIS,
(Succemor to I'arker rhl'.lin,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AHD
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
in
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cou. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CAIRO, ILL.
W.BIratton. T. Mlrd
STRATTON & BIRD,
(flucccnaora toBtratton, Hudton A Clark.)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
'Agonta of Amerlcao Powder Co., and man
(actum agents for cotton jarn. jrTdt
WHOLESALE CROCEBH.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKVKE
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.'
Also, keep constantly on hand a moat com
plete stock of
XiIQ,TJOKS-
SCOTCH AND IltlBII W1IISKIE8
-G I N B,
Fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
T) 8UYT1I A CO. ae II exclualTely for cash, to
XII. which laoc mer inTiio me eapeoiai "
tiou ef close bargain bujrera.
Special attention given io Filling Order
BIBfDIHQ.
-.O0K8, pamphlets, bnets, cataloguea, news
K ninen. tax llata. and svarv variety ml Clten
printing contracted for, and promptly and
U117 eiecuieo, in me iiuiieun dook, juu(
HOTEL).
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
CORNER SIXTH and WALNIJT-ST.,
(Entrance on Hlith-st.,)
F. J. OakM,
ii. v. inn
ndy,
Lodv
E. 1).
wick,
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
OAKEU. CADTACO. rrnnrletora.
COMMERUIAL HOTEL,
COMMKRC1AI.-AVKNUE, Ol'POHITK P. 0.,
CAIRO, ILLS.
JOSEPH DAYI.IS8, 1 ; ; ; PKOI-niETOR.
The Houhk in Nkwly Fuhnishei)
And offers to tho public firat-clana arcommnda
llnnw at rpawnnnMn rtr.
V.lk3HTAKICHS.
NICHOLAS FEITII,
GENERAL UNDERTAK EH,
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CAIRO ILLINOIS.
aSrittllm
W. O. GARY,
PRINC I PA L UN D ERT A K E H,
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
CAIItO, ILLINOIS.
FURNITURE.
SAVE TWENTY I'KR CENT
t liy buying jour
raow
EICHHOFF BROS.,
FURNITURE FACTORY,'
WftMiiiiiglon-aiv., Xesr SOmIiuii llouae
OAIHO. ILLINOIS
ITAnar.. P.lphlintl ItrntliprviUilrn In Inform tho
cltltenH of Cairo that thev are iiiantiiiicliirini.' an
kinds or
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare now on hauil and for me, ut
Vt'liolpwalo hihI Ilelnll,
II kinds, and will continue to keep nt their
SALES ROOMS, IN TIIKIR NEW IIUILDINO,
Etery dlsorlptlon of cheap anil costly iiirnliiire,
such an
A.Cartcd Bedsteads,
STMnrble Topped Ilureaus,
VSIdeboarda, Vaustands.
j-Wardrob?, Sola Chairs,
tdaJSofai and Matraiaex,
sLotinKH,ele , etc.,
Wbith Ihey will guarantee to soil
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than thejr can be bought from any other dealer in
mo cut. uiva lliviil h (.mi .uu ,ifur
self. j2Sdtf
i y ii
if K n J 2 iHI
1 p I i ll M
c - o o ;y
rm fills
miViiK.
I'AUL 0 SUHUH,
ID TZ UGGIS
I it 1: .m v 1: i. j
Kn ir COMMKIU'IAT, AVEN
Vi'lillliiKcr'N Olil Htniiil.
Oitositk Atiiknkum, Caiko,
n-- .. .
and family prescription.
Oie 1TIGHT
arrrn on aikp
A I. I. PAT V. V 'I' l V T T 1 1 r
worth hat Ing. Afnt for
HUMS' t'EVKR TON If,
Clllhatl.
io ui ur,-.Mii.hi llr.n ft I
ALKO,
IIAMII.TON'H
IHH.'HIT AND IJAN'DELIO
l..b.o.,H.. ... iu 1.. .11 .
rqua.ljr, a ril or l-ttet
man iirmuoiii-a. aan lor
auo Anr.xT roa
Hlr well ncltcted stock of
A
I'aarjr (looda,
Of tittj denrlptlon cinnot I
sarpaed by any rstan
llshroeni ol the
kind In the
city.
DA.VKL
TiVfiliiniiiTCTi r. a -tri-kTi
linrlrrrl Mitra li .11. lse,
CITY NATIONAL HANK. Vj
. T (IlL'L'null tl...i.lunl
r. 1A11.UII, It-T'I niurui ,
V. IIVoLUl', rJccretarr and Trrature
niatrruati
p U'. ll.tri.r. Cllil. (Sal..
V. JI.Htocariiiu, I'avlH.N
It. SI. Ci'XMSdilAM, W. 1'. IUi
.1
llriioallK of mi)' Amount Hwe!el
'sn s'.nii. B!iiitsirtlN.
J. ai . i-iiillifi.
- i
Vl't'll t" JT hnL nn .l.nna ,. .1 lh rtf
A. percent. pr annum, Jimcn isiauu a,
dlatelr to the principal of the deposlU, t
MAKKIKU WOMEN AND CHILDREN
DEPOSIT MONET
SO Tit AT XO OKI 111! CAX PSAW IT.
ftnn pt.rv liUln.,i (lav from 9 a.m. to
only, from to s o'cwk. t
aou Dttiuruaj evening: lur daii.iu
THE CITY NATION
CAIRO II.MXOIS.
CAPITAL,
8101
W. P. HALLWAY, President
A. II.HAFFOttD, Cashier;
WAI.TKIt IIYtjLOP, A-alalnnt Caablefl
PiaiCTOKSI I
feo.TTW'HITr, W. P. IlAUIIur,
(Jio. I). WituiAMsov, HtrriitN Blio, I
A. ii. SAriuuu.
t.
, r
i:xt liniiKP, Voln uU Vmlttd H"
lluml Iloiiglil nnd Hold.
J liuclnciia uone.
r-, T TAT A M1TATVT A T. Tl A
Alitor xxAxiuxAj
OF CAIRO.
DANIEL IIUItD. President!
imnpnT nr. Mii.i.F.R. Vlce-Presldeu
U. a. uuuiim), i;asnier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY M
tiAwiiAnur., roin, uana noivn mu
i Htatea securities bought aud sold, n
Ititeresit Allowed on Tin Depot
rouwuniiM.
X . 4JJ. VJTJ.VOJAUJL1 TT AU1J
MAMTACTDtSaS Or
earn Engines,
Boilers,
Flour ond Grist Mills,
Uv Stills,
The "Tupper' Patent Gram
MAOItlNEKV FOR OENERAL PUBPOSB1
CINCINNATI OHIO.
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