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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUSEDAY, OCTOBER 81, 187L
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T,,uv JIoKNi',i Ocroium 31,1871.
tnit luuv lit umi I
It SKK.M8 that iinmiiif,' quiet nd
Mrnnhln nmmfv of South Carolina
ltuln.nl nfnnn r 'Or(C(I bo Infested
" .. i.. i.i i
l.v kii.lclnr. wn QOt llio oniy munuer
. . . . Mnnt flrnnt In 1ii
pditiinilteil lv ihh"" -
...(,. rocJnia(ioii. A concspondcnt oi
1 i r t f !.! I
tho Xcw VorK" Jitrma, writing jrum
i i . n i ..i-it.
Vnn-LurV uiiuer uaic oi uciouer nu
,iv tti.it not a siiiL'lo case of ku k ux
(roubles has been discovered in that
fniiniv within the last year, mis
ct.itPinniit i on the nuthoritv ot the raui
. . . . . i r.f t.i ntu ot I . .. .
?.:L:itt,tc&mAot of Xw county. The cor
Mttrut inw v v -- - - . t... nut -
Mi.'-n.raJl.JwrM'f ' "Ltj,, .
,,k, br currier,
i.nntli. j r.mil
01' vesr - "
,ieri;; S i iSnMk mannnilmir fitrllmr snvs. tlifll from (on
italarriavltanetf'''"'':, ... , l,j,n nn.l
l. MVlfl H' IMfAMMiM IWW'IT"" I Hi.-aiira " Mil iuinwD, ..-
black, ho cannot learn that the slightest
t,ib hollar wkicklv iiullktin. I resistance has ever been made by the
John ii. ""."?" ..,
i r Jt.f rif rt
,rPuUl.lnxi m Southern Illinois.
It tint Weekly ciro ituiietin to inhabitant, to tate or federal officers
ftiMart"m-mMn " c,"Pf't P' Doubtless the eamc might be said with
equal truth of the other eight counties
included. Tho unhappy stato of af
' fairs existing in tho whole section since
For iif.rniime In ooo(rrw for the pute-at- the proclamation is sufficient evidence
S. S. HAYES.
for Stftlf Senator,
WILLIAM GK BOWMAN.
For Treurernd Collejlor,
JOHN ;P. HELY.
that the thing is a blunder all througli
of the worst sort, and Ackcrman proves
himself a fit agent of tho head blunder
cr in the business. By his direction,
none of the persons arrested, now num
bering hundreds, arc allowed to sec or
counsel with relations cr lawyers.
That President Grant willingly lent
himself to tho deception said to have
been practiced on him by carpct-bag
gers and radical office-holders of South
Carolina, who desiro to remain'uiiniVi'o,
I ! liif tliA fnnf tfint tin bnAtra nn
r.ov. Hoffman has appointed the ,,r ' . ......
vw.. i ii iMnnfl 1 1 inn in tpciiiv eiLiiur i u L'um
tWCnlV-Ulird (lay 01 0c...uv. .....- tv an1,tl MnmU. r tlm m-nnr
giving day in . cw ork state. That j h;9 characte which
- I '
Thf voTrns of White county have has been somotimes mistaken for firm-
arrived at a very interesting stage of ncs?, becomes mulish stubbornness in a
excitement in regard to the question ot case iimj tne present.
township organization. Senator Charles Sumner has
T . , J i , . ,., written a letter, which we publish in
It is each democrat s duty to vote . . 1 . . . .
I Ariltni isliYin mittiamr 4 Ii i nr I yt f I
next Tuesday. If all m the stato vote, b
thp ilflmocrats will reiOICC in .ill.- .J .. . .
000 majority for Hayes.
A year thereafter ho mot Sir Oa.
wayuo and signally defeated that
doubly knight. Tho late election
were, we admit, a mighty blow, and
brought blood from tho democratic
party, but tho wound was not mortal,
and tho striker hay been challenged to
meet tho democracy a year houco
Then the Sir Gawayno of radicalism
will fall beforo the well-directed blows
of the democratic knight, who, by that
time, will, we hope, have recovered his
The Now York Observer Is nbout
cclobratlng lU jubilee, entering upon its
flfllctli year in 1872. It is one of the old-
est nowtpanors in tho country, ono of the
ablest, and one of tho most steadfast and
fearless in malnlalng tho truth In religion,
tho right in morals, and honesty in all
public and private affairs. It announces
for tho coming year, tho publication of tho
second volume of its year-boot:; a tast
repository of Information, statistical and
otherwise, relating both to church and
stato, which will be sent frco to all who
pay their subscription for 1872. This vol-
umo last year was worth tho subscription
prico of tho pur or, and the publishors
promise a more complete year-book for
1872. Spocimcn copies of tho paper, with
prospectus for the year-book, sent froo on
application from any source Now sub
scribers will receive tho paper frco until
contest for equality until their presence
in cars, concert halls, theaters, the com
Marriages undertho communo were
very loosoly conducted, but tho following
cortlflcfttc, which camo to light in a trial
lately in tho Qatetit des Tribunaux, is tho
most remarkable case of a "one-sldod re
ciprocity" that wo have ever seen:
"French republic tho citizen Anct, ion
of Jean Louis Anet, and tho citoyenno
Maria Saint sho engaged to follow tho
snmo citizen everywhere, and to love him
always Anet, Maria Saint. "Witnessed by
tho under-mentioned citizen andcitoyonne,
Fourier, Corochc, Faris, April 21, 1871."
Considering tho fact that tho citizen Anot
did not embarrass himself with promises
of any kind, wo think the citoyenno "did
protest too much."
The election of next Tuesday must
not be forgotten by the democrats of
Alexander county. If each democrat
will go to the polls and vote, the party
will have a large majority, and lay Mr.
Miller out a cold political corpse, and
may the Lord have mercy on his soul.
The attempt of the capitalists of the
west side to have the government build
ings in Chicago rebuilt in that part of
the city unharmed 'by the fire docs not
meet with much favor outcide of the in
terested (-peculators who proposed the
change. Tho authorities at Washing
ton arc oppo.-ed to the removal.
Three million hreeniiacks were
destroyed by ths Chicago fire. It is
estimated that the value of the public
build:ng in tho city, with all their
furniture. w;i nbout ix hundred mid
fifty thoiitaiid dollar.-, by which it will
ijc -een tint everv public LmiUliiiL' can
be rebuilt and refiiniMied, leaving a
clear gain to the government of about
two million three hundred and fifty
JSSF A young man who hnd become
mon fcchools, at hotel tables, every- smitten with a southwestern beauty, who
whero, shall be considered a matter of WttS tho daughter of a blooming widow, .f.
course. Mr. Sumner would have a l" a. V courisnip p.ucKca up
uiciont courage to propose, wben ino
and filthy person where a white man commodftte ' wero j not nlrcadv cn.
shabby in his appearance and dirty gngC(1. butmftwi9hcs to marry, and I
would not dare to intrude. A poor think sho is just now without an ongago-
whito man, uncouth of manner and I menl. " Tho young man left for his child-
ragged in dress, may be excluded from hood's home.
hotel table, and Mr. Snmner Thcv have lust oncned a new hotel
has no WOrd of protest, but ln .otithfirn stato onttal. and ono of the
ifanegro.no matter how improperly newspapermen who "assisted "writes: "It
clad, is denied admission to a public Is a beautiful house. Amid its bowers, Its
dining room, Mr. Sumner is ready to frescoed, grand, glittering parlors, the
raise his voice and rallv the nrmv to a momber of tlio legislature, at nine dollars
, . c ., i, ii a t' .. a dav, can havo his heaven, and listen to
rtniiiui'.niniit nt Hm nritm (l inn I 1 1
i t t.i ..i v. i-..n...i i
-suuuiu uui uo eauMteu mi lupuruiu i . , i..i,ii.1i ,wi
eciioois, lie says to ins coiorcu menus ; rHcItleR of tho only paradise that, perhaps
and, although they protest in denial, be- will ever be his."
fore many years all white radicals will TIUoy, of California,
repeat Mr. .Sumner' words'. They fol- has ,wued ft cmleI1,0 off(,rjB t0 mBtcli n
low him. He and Wendell Phillips green horse that has never trotted for
indicate- the line along which monoy, mile heats, three best in live, to
the lepublican party must travel, and harness, over tho Sacramento race course,
Gold bracelets, to bo stylish, should
be three inchos wido.
VST Tho Scotch sea lUhorlcs havo been
Immcnso tho past year,
VSF Tho aguo Is so bnd In some parts of
Connecticut that tho victims uro slinkjn
out of bed.
Jffi-(Jroqilct is iniillct-dlctus by tho pro
fessors of religion in lown, A'. 1'. World,'
Two large (icrinun innn-of-war,
the Sedan niul the Met;;, iiru to he built
Virginia farmers drovo
their cattle to the inland lnlU to ccape
tho tidal wave.
$&"ln Minnesota tho pralriu flro has
burned througli tho earth In .1111110 placet
to tho depth of five feel.
There is an enormous apple eropin
tho north-western states, and 11 very small
ono in. the north-eastern states.
Tho best mutton Is said to come
from Ilhodc Island. The tame it its also
raises tho best turkeys, goese and ducks.
Mrs. Frodsham, sister of Mrs
Scguin, tho favorlto opera tlngor, became
Insane in Chicago during the Are, and died
In a dispute between two Georgia
brotucri-in-law, the superiority of a shot
gun over an azo was established beyond a
When Disraeli pronounced a pipe
of tobacco "the tomb of lovo," he proba
bly referred to tho "allies," It always con
tains. Boston Post.
It is a curious but Incontrovertible
fact that when a hlrsuto young gentleman
pays his addrestei to a lady, ho invariably
bocomes hirsuter. N. Y. Sun.
10 The proportion of divorces to mar
riages in Berlin during 1870 was 27 to
2200; and the births for the same lime
numbered, it is stated, about 16,000.
ST " I waa not aware you knew hlm,'i
said Smith to an Irish friend the other
day. " Know him 7" replied the latter, " I
knew him when his father was boy. Ex.
HIDES I FURS 1! PELTS Mi
BTJBNBTT &c CO..
Have opened a Hide More la Tlioratou'i Ulock
Tenth street, where the highest oih price will
be paid for Hide, Sheep Tells, Vara and Tl
Iqw. We will piy hlfher pneet thau w eter be
foro paid for the came article! In tills city.
Come and see us,
The killi.no of an inoffensive sick
man, on the ?t. Louis and Southwestern
railroad, '.by the conductor, 011 la
Wednesday evening, is one of those
events which very naturally excito a
community to such an extent that only
the proper punishment of the offende
can satisfy public sentiment. Frank
Hall, the conductor, had a difficulty with
a person on the train. The man left the
ears unknown to Hall. Tho latter,
when the train arrived at McLeans
boro, teeing u man in one car, sup
posed it was his enemy, threw him off,
sprang out upon him, and beat and
kicked him to death
against any horse, mare or gelding in the
world for $10,000. Tho challenge has
4y" According to tho Mail, this is tho
most unlucky month in tho year. Tho
man or womun born in October will be
poor and unfaithful. Porsons contempla
ting being born will plenso take notico
and govern themselves accordingly. Ilo
the party protesting it will ne'er con
sent, consents. Enlightened public
sentiment growing wiser each day,
will surely lead the world up to the
level of human fraternity, but preju-
dice gives way stubbornly, and never
while tho mailed hand of force threat
ens. Hot house human equality
equality of forced growth is a sickly ton Post.
plant that will soon wither and die, and iffl-Tho London Jleeord announces tho
this is the kind of equality which death of the authoress of the well-known
Charles bumner and the other republi- hymns, "Just as I am," "My Godfrey
can reformers who lead the van of the -rather, while 1 stray." ano was sister 01
nartv. are vcrv assiduously cultivating h uthor of "Hone Apoculypticu-," and
' 0 1-1. A 1 ...ll. ., l.l . ...
- ---- - 1 vtaii ruiuii-u uii uci mubiii't 0 kiuc iv me
Weiisteu, on his death bed, spoke Venn family.
the words : " 1
An .nrimint nf thn ibnTe cana. sacurelr
packed lor ihipinent. for ale at Ciucinuatl prices
ana ireisni, aj mnvuji ..ow..
urug ana ramiueairri, winmii
utl li " i
Bllll lic, 111 i-Auri-sv , 1.1 ... 1 . 1...1 1
his consciouBness of the fact that he 1 . 1 r v 1 .1 11
Vl lual ed with teachers of French, tho whole
was just on tho verge of dissolution, number bolnir estimated at nearlv 1600:
It was afterward mid it may be said that those democrats while ln Paris a ureat many of tho people
discovered that the murdered man was who declare concerninc their party havo learned, much against their will, to
a stranger, and au invalid in se.ireh nf that "It still livi " ... understand Gorman.
liaolll. 11. .1 1... . I n I . .1 , ...
" uuu. ,"ul ,,B ""s ,ou wcaK to "l- ' a loreiwe manner that it is not yet g- The Hague, tho political capital
auj rmsiance or even call tor help quite dead ; but this is not true. The of Holland, is reported to be tho wealth
against the savage attack. The princi- democrats who refuse to follow the St town for its population in tho world.
pal actor in this tragedy is still at large. Louis llnmhlinm in itu 11,-.ln,.w At least one-third of its citizens are said
v..... . .. U ,.:,. i:.... . 1. .1.-1;.... 10 1,0 rlc e,,ouB" to llvo onuroiy on tnoir
uommeni) us to Stokes. Stokes i""1- '""J mi nuiuiug luun incomeii
is a radical congressmen of Tennessee 1 1,1 ucstiny of the democratic party
whose loyalty has nevr-r ua believe that it will vet put down Wi'ivc-por cent. 01 me osiaio 01 un
1 ,. . . . I It. .lnr....i !... ... ... I nmi.rtrl nnrinni In Ti.n n uvl vnnlu rviiAl tn
noriL-ii. fttnwen' tiriA,,. 1 . 1 uviuui hh now victnrmiiH miiii-m ion """ rv'"w
i ,p .... Munv ii, ,i..r.....i , n. tho stato at their decease. And this law
r; . :n. 1 j? ':rrr,: -pp"- f the state 0Wn
...w ... ui uiu reueiuon. --o-t usmuisrauy nave aiwaya property there.
Stokes has always regarded union sol- ra"'e( wnc" the foe advanced upon
$1,250,000 OO .
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
nt Hartford, Cou
Equal to the Ureat Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
(H sjor ol Ajcrt AOo.)
Gonoral Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
J. M. PHILLIPS c CO..
Wtuccennora to K. B, llsndrloka Co.,)
Forwanling and Commission
Liberal Advances mi upon,
Are prepared to receive, storo an otwnrd
freights to all points and bur ar.il
sell on comrnisilon.
EBusiness atlendea to promptlr.
COKNXH BIXTH anii WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntmnce ou HUtli.t,,)
I'. J. Oak as, )
y-iV-V"'. . f CINCINNATI, OHIO.
K. II. Lodwlck, J
OAKKS. CAOr A CO. Pronrletors.
COUHKHriAL-A.VK.NUK, Ol'l-OSITK V. ().,
The Houhk ih Nkwkv Purniuhkd
And oflera to'ths public" fifst-clsss acommod'
iinn m rfnpnnnnift raiis.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
OA I no, ILI.IKOIS.
MILLER & PARKER, gflfc j
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
88 Oil 10 LxTKt, CAIRO, ILLS.
l. If I IV.iilaVJl
PAUL 0 SOHUH,
it i: .11 v i: i.
108 COMMERCIAL AVENUE,
Uliltlnkrr'M Old NIhiiiI,
Oi-i'ositk Atiik.vkiim, - - Cairo, Ur..
I'ajrspsrllriitar attention to lllllnj all phrsidsa
and fnmlljr pre-riptlon.
a.rs oi Siu
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth hating, Agent for
Umax rr.vr.K tonic,
Warranted llie beat Foter Killer known la thtsl
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED.
HUCHU AND DANDELION,
nViet-llrnt remrdjr In alt dlneaaen of the KIJ-I
iifjr, niua.iy, ioil or Iwtter
than llemtold's. and lor
iuo Auair roa
Hnmphrey'a llamMaib.Mlile Maiara.!
Cor. WsUsigton-v.aiil lllli-it.,
Vf. ii. OARV,
Z. X. UATUUBS. e. C. UUL,
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE, SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
V ( aaaH
C J H BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBsff
t t . ggrv) V
X: OHIO LEVEE,
Dtthcitn rur(K i Sixth Stt.,
CLOSE & VINCENT.
Ckmxnt, Plahtsii Paris,
Craer ElKhtki Street anal ehl ITt
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
Bj hujrlng you r
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Successor te Farker t Phl'.lis,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cob. TKNTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
FURNITURE FACTORY '
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toBtratton, Hudso A Clark.)
Wnablngtou-ur., Jimr Cos I u in Homhp
s, " 10 a .ndependont company of uragcinent will pass, and-well, how ,"7 7 tuurB0lW0' -
TontitBsii! rntirr,.,- .... t i nft.. i -.i ... i"u" roissoit to church woddings at Ham II-
j iwmtiix rangen, iimiibenug ono hun- often hM it been said tho darkest hour ton Ohio
Irtd and tvso ,neil, thu usual govern- Jut beforo the day 1 There is a atorv 2L V t t i' i , , .
meat bounties, pay, emoluMeu?.. etc.. -o8 the Arthurian rTZ Zl
m . ' e Hv.n.i, VIVm I O IIUU IU I ri'l'liril R UT III A It I .11 txxm.
IrOlllt lli Vr. 1HHH tonr ' f.....!1.1.. Ml . , . ' ..".v.. .,.iuDuU,.,
V uu- w OUJ- U1 niusiratca t ie v ln t nP l.n l.n f.ilr.
JJllt. al!L fn l1. ... . I . . . .1 . . J " '
...-Ji. i. . "wmvebtiKa. "" Fy. Arthur and his
"it moru tlmii flft.. tliristmaR. mvmi. o .i..... , , , 0t,,
i.ic p ...v. . .' lucv couiu oe. no "-b
ui num n(!Ver , ,, cares hav uL' viii l,r..n.... ,
, ...... . a -v. ilium, QUU
ihow that tho w.,t,i ...:... n". Vn!..i,.. J i.:.... -nuu ",B. ..awr,pwww . 'bim?
- viU1miiv oi --b"" -:iiint; tlio festival ot the aristocracy aro KOUinj; tlrott or horse
iiuuinereu not i,.. nr... C hr at
dicN an the ritrhtful heirs of hi. Invi lu, and renewed the hatllo with the " A "cily " in Novada callcd 1Job-
. , i , , . .. J rA. . . .. - Tnllml f; nl r-li . lins Hdven dwcllinf? houses
j-rautuue. in .iuiy, ibiu, hU iecliriirs courage aim tne uM conhdencc oi .T ' , mi : . u,
v, . , Y ,. . o ,,t.: i , . . . and thlrty-ieven saloons. There is talk
.".v.. mr luii lliucil liir lllll,lii. u.n..ll 1 w., ...luiv iliuillllll. . .T ,inu tlmrii la n 1 . . . . ..... . I . .
. v niimu i -i oi tearing uown sonio oi ino nouses w "tt a "CP rrt'R'riT? tih
VOlcanO burst, nnil Stnli.a f.,.i.l ...V...r Cloud over tho titinv ,.,..1 ,o . JTO. -CH. ETV-l J -CTW J-
, .vU..u itiivi i j i j uv,uu- i ninKu more room
in ettiti" a bill through congress for mts uru hopeless, but our present dis
Tested by the storms of Butjr-one fsars
AND STILL IS SOUND.
I'aysfrom hersurplus of
Iter LosMs by the
GRKAT CHICAGO FIRE
I.oaTlnK hsr msgnlflcent capital or
Uotouched sad Quarter of a Million Surplus to
GKT HAHTFORD POLICIES.
Bnfl'onl, Morris & Caiidoo, nonts,
that the rr-ht fiftv.u-.. ;
, "umuer, never
existeu ouuule of Nukes' fertile im..i
nation. I'oor Stoki-! In. u-..,u i.....?..
mg poiseshcd of about eighty thousand
dollars, the property of his mystical (if.
ty-two soldiers, when the littlo irregu
larity was diSJ0Vered, Ho was arrested
and held t.i bail iu tl(J fcum of fiftcen
thousand dollars. Hut Stokes mourns
not a ouo without hope. A radical
friond hit uteppcd forward and stands
as his hail, and as, his friend is no less
a person "thai tho ojerk of the suprome
court Stokes way lose his sixty
tiioubati(l,Mo)lars,'biit ho wjUJilsoesca
BAT Tarn 1hw ti.plnnr. nrn iinnnfllmr par1
,i. l. . . . . "' j. -., -ir t,
n uugo knight eutorcd the hall Mates for an offlco n Now York Btato.
uuu CLa pi .v. , . . ' i
stiiki- 1' ii uravest to j- A How Hampshire flihorman found
..... taunted tliera, In- la largo rose-colored pearl In an oyster.,
bra, . Sal" .. "nd WA coiuclence-strlckenlTaTfiT,
miishud it ready for tho blow, hut ndvettlaos a pockot-book found ln 1800.
emed to hir Gawayuo's cutrcatv that
"0 Wlgllt Strike. The atrnmrnr ...1!.,-.
ed hiiuEolf, and Gawaync, with one
mighty stroke, cut off his head. To the
astonishmeut of the boholdors, tho
kuight, bleeding profusely, picked up
is ucad, turned it towards tho coinpa-
ny, chalkuged 8'u Gawayue to meet
him iu mortal conflict a year after, and
tlion roolly moniitiiur li
teg AVhllo dlgglng ln, a North Carolina
ralno a man found a large ruby.
tOT Anthracite has bcon found la vast
quantities in northern Minnesota.
alr Five .hundred l'ortugceo nre
uhout to einlgrato to Virginia.
VST A, owburyport youth of 21 hits
lioen nrrostod as a bigamist.
1 Anotliwr Tichbornii cam U threut-
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
a-igents af American Powder Co., aad man
racturers agenla for cotton yarn. JrTdt
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep coostantljr on hand a roost cem
plete stock of
Ht'OTCU AND IKIHU WUISKIKS
Fort, Madorla, Sherry and Catawba "Wines
T 8MTT1I A CO. selTezcluslTelr for cash, to
XV. which fact thar iDTlte the especial alien.
lion af close barf am buyers.
Bpteial attention given to Filling Order.
OOKB. pasaphlata, brteis, catalogues, news
Messrs. Klohholi Hrothersiteilro to Inform the
cltliens of Cairo that they are: insnutscturlni; all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And hare now on Imuit and for sale, at
Wti)lMlt) and Rctatll,
11 kinds, and wil. continue te keep nt Hid
BALKS ROOMS, IN Til EI K NEW IIUII.DINO,
ETerTdlseriotlonof chear. and costly liirniliire
WMarble Topped Ilureau,
-Wsriirobs, Sola Chairs,
48" Lounges, etc , etc,
Which ther will cuarantse to toll
iTWBNTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can imi bought from any other dealer In
II Ir viell selected stokof
Of rverj deaorlptlon eanaal be
surpd by anjr estab
l.hmni ol tbe
kind In the
linrlernl Mnrrh 31, 1 Net.
orrif r. i
CITY NATIONAL HANK, '.CAIBCI
A. B.SArTOKI), I'resldenti
.. H. TAVI.OU, Vlce.I'ii anient s
W. IIVrtLDI', rii-cri-larT and Trranure t.
It. M. Cl'MVdflAll.
j. u. riiiLim.
CUH, (lillOHlS, I
ran u. BciiiH.
W I'. llAlUDAT.I
llrpoalla of nay Amount Reeelt !
a rn s ru . si
I N'TKIIK4T nalJ on drnoi ts at lh rale 01 SI.
I iiercent. pr annum, March Island HeptaaaJ
i.i iwii aithiliavn Is rdded luiroal
Ulately to the principal of the deposlU, thereb;
K'.iing uiein coiuiiuuau mivrcni. i
MARRIII) WOMEN AND CUILDRIN MAT
0 THAT 10 OKI till CAN IISAW IT.
iin.n ..... .M.In. .lav from 9 a.m. to S s).ra.l
mil (7iuru7 cipuiu ,u. .....
only, from t to 8 o'clock.
tt. HTSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAV, Preildsuti
A. I), BAKFOHD, Cashier i
WAI.TF.R HV8L0P, Assistant Cashier.,
Staats Tatwb. kosist M. ucksihqa
KcotT WlHtr, W. IIAIIIDAT,
Oio. U. wil Hanson, Diirnii,
r.xc-Uaug, l'ln sumI UnlttMt NMlca I
Donil Boagnl nnd Hola,
TEl'0SIT8 recelyed, and a general bejikli
XJ business done. .
FIRST NATIONAL BA1
DANIEL JIURD, President J
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vlc-FfMdeBt )
C. N. UUOIIES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS I'RCMYThY MAPI
nXOIIANOE, coin, bank noUis and Uaitij
J2i states securities bought and sold.
Isstcroat Allowl oss Tlsn PsiU.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ondOrlst Mills,
The "Tupp er' Vstf nl CialebJ
MAOIIINXRY 1011 OEKERAL P0RP0BK8,