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THE BULLETIN.
JOHN II Olir.lll.V, K.IIforor.l I'nWlhri
Wednesday Moit.vi, '"' 1871,
TtH. er v !" lUUttl'd
ISHbrcripUan.
(t w nrelt, by wrilf r 25
me sear by rrrlor, In advance 10 W
Use month. Ii) l.wll ;?
Three rrmilh. -?
t month, T '
(). vef. 8 .
'. nffiaatpnptrof .Wf.rnruffr rwnfy,anJ 0 ''."'
th,r J oli Homing MvtnSfe? IUt,
UnmHottthepalronnjtot ,nttUgtnt rtadcri ond
eftfcrprui'njJ&wiiitfsrmTi.
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN.
John It. Oberly Jt Co. nato reduced the tub
erlption pri" or tt.e Weekly Cairo Bulletin to
One Mlnr per ni mt. making It the cheapest pa
perpublishedinsiuthern llllnol.
STATU TICKET.
Kor Representative In Congton for the Htate-at-
S. S. IIAYES.
For Stato Senator,
WILLIAM G.BOWMAN.
COUNTY TICKET.
For Treasurer .in I CoIIe tor,
WILLIAM MAltTIN.
For Surveyor,
JOHN P. HELY.
Bismahk is going to Italy.
Richmond is to have a colored con
servative club.
TlCKr.Toforthe big oall in Ne-York
city in honor of Alexis will coat ten
dollars.
The Chicago Times expects to
resumo its quarto form about the mid
die of November.
The petition of the Mormon women
against polygamy to the Washington
authoritici, is said to be a myth.
Xew-IIamI'SIHIIe, it is said, posses
es a real curiosity in the shape of a
congressmen who refues to frank his
wife's letters.
The servant onus of Chicago
have made up their minds not to ac
cept the situation. Large numbers of
them, mvs the Timet, are leaving their
mistresses rather than work for one
cent less than their former wages.
Ma. Meutz, radical candidalo for
the senate, declares that he is one of
the most proper men in tho world. Ho
is tho Jack Homer of radicalism in
this part of the state. This little
Jack Horner sat in the corner eating
his Christmas pic; he stuck in his
thumb and pulled out a plum, and
cried. What a good boy am I ! "
Ten Millions v ijusiiei.s of coal
loaded on boats are now lying at Pitts
burg awaiting a ric in tho Ohio river.
The (jtivttf of that city make-' thin
occasion the subject of an appeal to
the coal capitalists and the inhabitants
along the river, to interest themselves
at once in the work of making the riv
er navigable at all r-casous of the year.
Tub Raii.uoad Gazette, a live
railroad journal, heretofore published in
Chicago, will be issued for the present,
from Xew-York. The Gmritu lost ev
erything in the Chicago fire, but only
appeals to its subscribers to' pay their
dues, and to induce others to subscribe
aud do likewise. The business affairs
of the Gizf.ttc in Chicago is at Nos.
lilt aud G5, South Canal sttoet.
Ladies' Aid Societies, for the re
lief of the sufferers by the Chicago and
northwestern fires, arc commendablo
hobbies with the fair -ex at present.
This is right. Ministering angels are
in demand, and even the strong-minded
may find pleasure in forgetting to
clam ir for their " rights " while excr
ciing the best right of all, that of re
lieving the destitute aud casiug the
pains of the sick and Bufferiue;.
.Ildoe Bowman, democratic candi
date for senator, commands kiud words
from all sorts of people even from
radical editors, a class of men who would
feel an inclination to attack men of
the virtue of the Apostal l'uul if they
were. as bucIi virtuous men often are
candidates of the democratic ticket.
Speaking of the Judge, the Shawnee
town Mi miry, a radical organ of the
hue of ebony, says :
mA.1 "J"1"10'!! convention, hold t
JUtrupolU UstSatu-thv. tba democruey
f, ,7 rL,"Ui lor we are sure
tl.0y cuul.1 have found u Gutter .nun or
nun- UIH.-OJUIUIU ctmiimnu t)ma )im jf
tticy lino, fceareiiuu Uiu emir district.
BY THE OFFICIAL UETCRSs of U,e
election iu tho state of Ohio. w rejmb.
lican gain throughout tho ptate, over
the last year's vote, is three thousand
five hundred, Tho radicals worked
like beavers to secure the election of
their candidates. Tho whole power of
the administration was brought to heir
duriug tho canvass and no stone was
left unturned to win n victory. On the
other hand, the democratic party worked
at a ditadvantago dating from the
death of Vallaudigham. It cannot bo
gainsaid that it lost by his untimely
death much of tie strength and euthuei.
n?m which hit leadership would have in
fttped into it during (he campaign.
Tho awkward blunder paid to have
been committed in the democratic state
convention bv which the nomination was
lost to Gen. Hwiiitf, and the stiW-
A, . Mt ft
rjucnt iwlorititinto nines 01
General M'Cnok, all conspired
to divest tho campaign of interest and
to make it up-hill work with the demo
... ...
cracy. A? tne matter staim?, tne ram-
cal party in Ohio have doubtful cause
for rejoicing. A majority of twenty
thousand in four hundred and fifty
thousand vote, under all the circum
stances of the contest, is not n victory
which carries with it surety for the fu
ture, nor one calcinated to discourage
the democracy iis to tho remit of next
year's campaign. On the contrary it
proves that under favorable auspices,
they need have no fears as to the issue.
By a few well-directed blows at the
radical stronghold, they may roll up a
victory which would have done credit
to the palmy days of the grand old par
ty of the people.
The S'im of the levee, always timid
and generally cowardly, knows little
about the weapons of open-handed
warfare. It is more familiar with the
dagger of the political assassin and
the noose of the partisan garoter. It
docs not possess even the chivalry of
the rattle-snake and warn before it
wound" with its poisonous fangs.
It uses the weapons of weak inuendo,
deals iu hints of meanness aud some
times rises to intimations that fall short
of charges. In this way the S'hi has
attacked Judge Bowman, democratic
candidate for senator iu this district.
Fearful of the consequences of making
charges against the Judge the Sun at
tacks him by asking questions. Here
is the first :
Do tlio democracy endorso the course, tho
wore mm 1110 voiei 01 air. uowman in the
state constitutional convention?
And if wc don't, what then V What
has the judge's vote on many of the
questions to do with the present can
vass ? As for ourself we may say that
wc did not, at the time, endorse some
of the votes of Judge Bowman in the
constitutional convention, and wc did
not cither endorse all of tho votes by
any member of that body.
The second, third and fourth ques
tions arc as follows :
Was not Mr. Uowmtin one of the exam-
ininir committee in the Into "endot afTiilr"
in sfiiiwneetown?
Did not Judi;o Iiowmnn oMcct to vounir
Smith on nccount of foreign nativity ?
It ho did, is not the judge n know-nothing ?
Did not Judco Jtowman oliieet to Mr.
Smith bccauFo ho was n Cutliolic? If so,
s not thii rank intolerance, and is it not
an insult to Catholics or foreigners to bo
ukcu 10 vow lor nun f
Judge Bowman was a member of tho
cadet committee, and, iu our opinion,
did not recommend flic right boy ; but
tho intimation that he was influenced
by the considerations implied by the
questions of the V is a cowardly at
tack the attack of the as
sassin wno tires lrom an ambus
cade. Judge Bowman did not ob
ject to young Smith on account of his
foreign nativity, although tho judge
and all the other members of tho com
mittee did consider the question wheth
er it would be just the thing to recom
mend young Smyth whose father never
has been in America aud who himself
ha been from Kurope only a year or
so, in preference to "boys' naturalized
and of native birth iu preference, for
instauce, to the young gentleman who
was recommended, Mr. Cochorane,
whose parents rejoice in tho Emerald Isle
as their fatherland, aud who, during
the war of the rebellion, gallantly served
his country in tho field. Judgo Bow
man did not know that young Smyth
was a catholic and does not know the
fact to this day, aud the intimation that
his judgment on the cadetship commit
tee was influenced by such a
consideration is base. That this is
so is conclusively proven by the
fact that Judge Bowman was nominat
ed in the convention for senator, and
his claims urged with zeal, by Mr.
Lharles Carroll, of Shawneetown, who
is at once a gentleman against whose
honor suspicion ha.s never blown a
breath, an Irishman born on the sod
and jealous of the fair-fame of his
countrymen, and a devout member of
the Catholic church. Through the in
flueuce of this Irish Catholic, Judge
Bowman obtained the nomination for
senator, a fact which is most conclus
ive refutation of the charge contained
in the questions of the hinting Sun
Judgo Bowir.au did not recommend
Smyth because ho did not believe
Smyth entitled to the recommendation
and the other members of the commit
tee after hesitating awhile came to his
conclusion. That is tho long and tho
short of the matter.
SWA clergyman iu lVteMburg, Va..
n a rucont irni(.n ....1 c..n. 1.. ,.iT. :
."s,ll,a dependence of daughters on
r liL T ?U' a?d ,,red tl,sl- hil 8l'"b
ure. to tho ...or., ....tur'ed Wa0ment 0r
their parent. Tho, ,111 pfflR !
vacancy in the pulpit ioon,
Biffr-Tho lollowing funeral U:m U from
the Kiinias City (Missouri Timtt) of tho
10th t "Tho fonoral of Mike Willi,. .
shot by Wild Hill, nt Ablleno. took t,iut.0
In thib city on Sunday, Wild Hill paid
inn axpjiiio o Ilia I iincn,
the;cairo daily bulletin, Wednesday, November i, i87i. 4
CARBONDALE.
HOW THK ItEFOHMKHS CORRECT
THE SOCIAL EVIL.
A JOKE THAT "WAS NOT ALL A
JOKE.
TAH AND FEATHERS THAT "WT.HE
NOT APPLIED.
THE STRAUE WOMAN COMES OUT
FIRST REST.
(Our rlionditle Correapondoncc.)
Cnrbondale, III, , Oct. 31, ml.
Editoii IIullktin: At times there
are thing tint occur in retired sections
country towns thnt, to a greater or less
extent, aro likely to interest thoso residing
In cities, and, bolloving that a great por
tion of your numerous readers would bo
pleased to have a word from Carbondalo,
tho silo of tho Southorn Illinois Normal
University, tho only town south of Spring
field, in this state, that has threo railroads,
and the placo that is all life and energy,
we aro induced to drop you a few line.
11T T1IK WAY OF VAIUETY,
fomoofour people indulgod in what
they supposed would rosult in much fun
for everybody. At about 8 o'clock en
Saturday night of last wcok a groat noise,
like the rumbling of thunder in the dis
tance, and tho scrcocbing of 0 female, were
heard in the south port of our city, near
the l'resbvtoriati church.
It was but a moment before a largo con
course of people waro at tho ceno of tho
disturbance, which proved to be at the
residence of our Mr. Hurrington, which
is next door to tho Presbyterian chirch.
Mr. II. has been absent from homo
some wcoks in Tennessee. Ho left in
charge of his house, and business generally,
his wife, who, it is stated, 1ms been keep
ing, during tho absence of hor husband, a
bawdy-house, which, to a very great ex
tent, lias been a sourco of unnoyoncc to
tho neighbors. How to rid the city of
hor has been a subject before the respect
cd portion of our community for some time,
and at last
an idea
forced Itself upon some of thorn that was
pronounced to be capital, and they re
solved to at onco to put It into operation.
Mrs. Harrington's testimony is as fol
lows :
At about 8 o'clock I heard a noiso at my
door, like some one trying to get in. At
tho timo I heard tho noiso I was kitting in
mv slttiiiL' room iu comnanv with Mr.
; I immediately proceeded to thodtor
and oDonod it. when I beheld six persons
two men and four women, all dressed In
men's costumes. One of tho men, Mr.
. took hold of mo. and the othor wont
to tho door of the room where I had left
my friond sitting. I was dragged down
to tho floor, and Mr. put his knee on
my stomach and his hand over my mouth,
and tore open my dres from tho nock, liy
this timo the four women wore around
mo with wooden paddles containing
tsr. and enoutrh feathers to till n uood-
oized pillow ca.H-. Thoy put the tar on
my luce ana nccK, anu nneu my noir, anu
wore in tho attempt ot applying the feath
ers when my friend forced himself pa
the guard tnat stoou at 1110 uoor anu came
to my assistance. At tnis moment tne in
truding party became alarmed and took
iJight, and in they started to run I seized
hold of one of tho women, unci being more
muscular than the, I hurled her to tho
ground and was in tho act of dealing out
to her what in my judgment was her just
desert, by teaching hcr'lcssons in tho man
ly art, when I was taken oil' by Dr. .
In a moment aflrr my yard and houso were
thronged with inquiring friends who
asked all sorts of questions, and sym
pathised with mo in my distressed con
dition. I am willing to swear that I know
two of tho parties ono of tho men and
one of the women. Tho man was not
masked. The woman had her faco blacked,
but my friond and I held her up so that
the moonlight shone ia her face sufficient
for mo tho recognizo hor."
Her friend testified as follows :
1 heard tho noiso ut the front door. Mrs.
H. went to tho door, and in 11 moment after
a man witn a uarK muuacu, .nr. , ap
peared at tlio door of tho room la which I
was Hitting, and closed it. 1 then heard
screaming, and, what I supposed to be,
ecuffllng. I immediately went to the door
of tho room to open it o'nd tosco what was
tho matter. I found the door braced, and
hard to open, but after exceeding ;reat
ciiori 1 nnniiy succecueu in lorcinj; tho
door open, and as I did this, and started
out, I mot Mr, , whodrowon mo a pis
tol and told me to stand back. I had no
weapons of defense so I accepted his invi
tation anu went back into tho room to
look for something with which to defond
myself. Aftor looking around for an in
stunt I could seo nothinu that would an-
wcr the purposo unless it was a piece of
tho stove. I went to tho stovo ond took
hold of It, but it was hot and 1 let loose-
I then went to the Jounce and took there
from a slat and rushed out of the door
when tlio whole party started off on u run.
Mrs. H. caught ono of tho women and
threw her to tho ground, and was puttine
111 sovurui rignv ironi uio snouiuer Wliou
Dr. came upen the 6ceno and parted
them. In a short timo a creat manv noo-
plocamu around, and tho woman slipped
away, just how I cannot imagine I know
mo man mat iruarueu tlm ilnnr
of tho room in which I was, and I nlso
anew one 01 tne women.
This llttlo incident has created more
stir and excitement than there has ever
been in our usually quiet llttlo city since
the day of the election when tho people
sent juunn "wiicre the woodbine twin
oth." Warrants have been issued for tlm
arrest of tho man and woman who have
been identified ; so the fun is not all over
yet.
Politics has at last assumed some shape,
and tho candidates bavo gono to work In
oarnost. Judge W. A. Lemma, is tho
democratic candidate, and Elbert Easter
ly, tho republican candldato for represen
tative, to fill tho vacancy occasioned by
tho Uoath of Hon. Hiram Schwartz.
Doth candidates aro men of tal
ent, and qualified to fill the
position for which their friends have run
them out. The canvass has become very
hotj tho contest will bo very closo; Lem
ma claims the county for blmsolf by fifty
mjaority; consoquontly excitement is up to
fever heat. Tho republicans claim the
county for Easterly by twenty-flvo or
fifty majority, and thoy don't know which.
Money U being used vory freely, and
ovcrybody is exhorted to "voto curly and
often." J U. K,
SSrHu!a hat so urrunced hermilitarv
., il.nl !.. 7. .1 ..r.,'
...h.vv. in.. n,.u wmu. ill n lun UHlBltui:!
i.ntnrtn.. .mm, ,- Inn,,,,... I,r ,LU
NERVOUS DEBILITY,
ulHl.Kl'i?m. tindant, low unlr
1 ... ,5i?on 1 olnulr.V cmiWon.
.s P',"'",i lo of
mill tlirofitriirtl im.ii..n ... mi.'J
...1 T ni memory.
..till IhrnNlMiMl . ... a . . .
. ... .. cure 111 Mum.
Vl'r Vv2 -i,iV'?,m,,,,c. "I'M-m1 An
ino ilj-clBlil. Uompo.od ol the mast valuu
lur milil -na potent . tirativc, thoy strike
oo.it' at the root ot the miitir, tone up the v
1 1 . . -.... . - " -
ivn.i aiivniuirwinmumei, iiiiu impart vigorsnu
inajy, hie nnd vit.ult) to thermite tnmi. Tney
lute cured ttioiunndi m cuw, Price, $5 por
.:icK.Kei meniic una ft large II Vial, which
verv IIMtortant 111 nhstlnnfe fit ftl.t nii.. n. ft
pet HiikI uii. fjM L; uli Uruitti, nnd ut
In mull on uceltJt ut Drice. Acldren llcimnlif..v'
Hiifclfio HotneopMlilo JIeillelne Co., U2 Broad
way, F. Y. P. bCHUII,
auK'-""OKnwly AKcni, wiro, unnon.
.MINC'KM.ANKOVrJ.
HIDKS! FURS 1 1 PELTS 1 1 1
BTJEWBTT &c CO.
Hare opeD'J n Hlile Store In Thornton' Ulock
Teolh street, where the highest eh price will
be paiJ for Hide., Sheep Pelti, Furs and Tl-
low. Wo will pay higher prices thu wan orer be
fore paid for tho sume article In thin cltj.
Come and nee ui,
ocieir nuitNETr co
Oil. CAN.
An assortment of the above cans, cecurety
packed lor shipment, for ale at Cincinnati prlcen
end freight, by DAUCLAY DUOS.,
jJrug and Taint Dealers, Tl Oh'o Levee,
IXNCRAXCE.
$1,250,000 OO.
HARTFoni)
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Ot Hartford, Con.
CHARTERED 1S10.
Eiiual to the Great Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
Jk. IR T IF1 0 ID"
NeTerNiirremlerai !
Teitedby thn tornnof Bixty.cne yeari
AND STILL IS SOUND.
I'ayifrom heriurplus of
SI, 800,000
Her Loss by the
GREAT CHICAGO FIRE
Leaving hr magnificent capital ot
OUSTS ILvriLLIOISr
Untouched and Quarter of a Million Hurplax to
p:iro.
"Uvtllhe Item,"
GET HAMTOKD POLICIES.
SafTord, MurrU iV Candee, agents,
Cm no, Illinois.
MI 1.1. IN Kits.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
DEALER IN MILLINERY
AMI
LADIES FURNISHING GOODS,
Cwoimvrelnl Avenue, iiioslte EUlo I
una Biwyinarn)
Cairo, Illinois.
CLOTHING FOR LADIES' WEAR
Made ( rder,or Keady.Made.
Haa receireda full and complete Htock of good,
the nevfent and completeet fn the city. An Im
mense variiy ui 1
RIBBONS, LACES AND FRINGES
the orTera treat Inducemata to her nitron
all other tocall on her.examtn tne price, style
HII.LINBIIT,
LADIES, TAKE NOTICE I
MRS. C. McGEE,
EI0HT1I BTRKKT, 11KTWKEN WAHIUN0T0N !
AND COMUKRCIAL ATENUKS,
Ha just received a full and apleadid lluo of
NEW GOODS
Drcia trimming, allk Rlmpa, uilk galoon, gui
ouro lace, mom triimnlnuv. crocket button.
ailk and telret button, plmli and trimming id
vet, hata and bonneti, nnn kid glovet, ladies' anu
children' hoes, and a full amlcompleto utockol
MilHnorv find T'imo.v Goode.
I " '
I 111 f ulnk .w- , , . .
AU of w,,lch ,h P"POo to ell at
I'onmiftMion AjmrcmwAitniNG.
WOOD llITTI3NH6lJSE7',',,
(3 Mnr of Ajf in A Co,)
FLOUR
and
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
Oaiiio, Illinois.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
:k8ucceora to E, I). Hendricks .A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS
WHAltF-BOAT PROPRIETORS)
CA1LC.
Liberal Adrance mr 1 tH'D2t
Consignments aSf
Are prepared to receive, tore. an orwanl
freights to all points and buy ar.il
ell on coimulnilon.
"Iluainffli ttDdtU to promptlr.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Cominerciul-ave.,
CAIllO, 1LL1K0IS.
MILLER k PARKEK,
GENERAL COMMISSION
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
68 Ohio Lkvkb, CAIRO, ILLS.'
Z. D. MATIIUSS. S. C. UUL.
MATHUSS & UHL,
rOB"WAEDIlTQ-
AMD UENERAI.
Commission Merchants,
DEALKKS IK
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
o. 04 OHIO I.F.VKE,
nttmtn Fwrth A Sixth Hit., CAIllO, ILI
aug diwtf
CLOSE k VINCENT,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANTS.
DBALBES X2T XjIEE
Ckiikkt, Plaster Paris,
4X0
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
Corner Eighth Ntreet mad Ohio Levee
CAIRO, ILL.
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Suceaator to Parker Phi'.lia,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
axif
FORWARDING MERCHANT,
AND
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Cob. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE.
CAIllO, ILL.
W.Stralton.
T. Bird
STRATTON k BIRD,
(Succenor toBtratton, Hudson & Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
ay Agent of American Powder Co., and man-
facturer agent for cetton yarn. Jy'dt
WUOLEflALE CHOCEBS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
WHOLESALE GROCERS,
OHIO LKYKX
AIIO. ILIilNOII.'
AUo, keep constantly on hand a moit com
pleto stock of
BCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKIES
GIN H
Port, Maderla, Sherry and Catawba Winos
I D SMTTH 4 CO. eelTexclualTely for caah, to
AV. wlucn nwt mey invito mo epeii -
lion ei cioie uarain uuyera.
Sciol affnfion qivtn to Filling Orders
BINDING,
OOKH, pamphlet, brief, catalogue, new
papers, hi Hutu, and every variety ol eiten
iirimiuic uouiruuieu lor, anu pruinju nu
IIOTKI7I.
CRAWFORD HOUSE,
CORNER SIXTH axd WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntranco on Hixth-nt.,)
F. J. Oik?,
II. ( . n...
V.. II. Louwlck, J
CINCINNATI, OHIO.
0AKE9. CAUT I CO. PronrletorK.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL,
COMMKRCUL-AVKKUE, OPrOSlrK V. 0.,
CAIRO. ILLS.
josKrn datliss, : : : : rnorniKTOR.
The House is Newly Fuiinished
And offer to the public flrM-cla accommoda
tin at r"onali1 rntip.
VNIIKKTAKEHN,
NICHOLAS FEITH,
GENERAL UNDERTAKER,
1 W
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52 HH
! U
d
u
Cor. WahlnKtn-nv.ntl Ilti-t..
CAIllO. ILLINOIS.
ar22d3m
V. G. CARY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAKER,
1 n if
P? 5 t
1 o t
P
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRE
CAir.O,ILLINOIS.
rURMTDHK.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
liy buying your
EICHHOJTJF BEOS.,
FURNITURE FACTORY'
Wnablugtou nv., Mnr'olui Homsp
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Mmara V.lxhlintl Itrnl Imra ileilrn In Inform tho
cltlien of euro that they am. innnwaciuruiK
kindi or
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hnnd nnd for pale, ut
Wholesale auid ReiUII,
II kind, and wll continue to keep at their
8ALF.S ROOMS, IN THEIR NEW IIUILDINO,
Every dlacription of cheap and coally liirnlture
luchaa
M.Carved BediteKd,
WMarble Topped Bureaui,
VSIdeboardj, Wavhutandi.
3-Wttrilrobes, Sola Chairs,
jt&.Hofai and Matraaen,
AaTLounges, etc , etc.,
Whieh they will guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can tw bought from any other dealer In
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IIIUKJS.
PAUL 0 SC11UH,
DBUG-G-IST,;
it 1: 31 o v 1: i. j
NO. 103 COMMERCIAL AVENUE!
WhlUltkrr Old Stnml,
Opposite Athknkum, - - Cairo, I Li I
1 ay particular attention to tilling U phyicul
inning preicriptiont.
ItlM ON MUD
ALL PATENT MEDICfNE
worth having. Agent for
URI'JI)' FKVRR TONIC,
Warranted the bet Kcver Killer knowa In th
rllinitte.
NO CURE-MONEY REFUND El
ttno,
IIAMII.TO.N
HL'CIH' AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy in all diteaaenof the Kr
ney, equa.iy, a toon or roller
than llemlfold'. and tor
rst liluliey
410 10c.nr 10a
lliiulire.t n flomropltnthlc Nprflfln
HI- well selected toek of
PEEPUKEBY
I'anry ;mU,
Of every decrlptlon cannot b
eurpaoed by 11J ettab.
Ilahment ol the
kind In the
city.
RANKH.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS I
BANK.I
t ImrterMl 3f nrrli 31, 1H00.
orrirt 1
CITY NATIONAL HANK, CAllt
A. H. HAFFOHIi, President .
a. TAYI.OIt, Vice.I'riiident,
W, llVai.ol', rttcretarv and Treasurer.!
uiaicToati
V. IUk(lav,
r". M. .tu. KlllTll.
Ciiai, GAUr.iira,
I'ailO. kiu 11.
It. it. Cl'NM.NUIlJIM,
W. P. JtALLIbAT
J. 51. I'llULIH.
IK'osltH of nny Amouiit Korrl veil fruiil
en t I'm LiMnra.
NTF.KKsT paid on deposit at the rated ml
tier cent, wr annum. March lit and Si4ful
lr Intcre.tnot withdrawn I raided liiiiiit.1
Hate v to the tinnc pal of the deio u. there ll
g'viog incin coinpuuou micreni
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
DEPOSIT money
0 Tit AT KO til lUII CAS DSAW T,
Onen cverv bualneas dr from 0 a.m. to 1 p.m .1
anil caturdav eveniDE lor HAVI.Vti IEI'0!ilTll
od'.t, iroin 0 m o o ciuck.
t
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL,
8100 00
orricraat
W. P. HALLIOAV, President i
A. P.. 8AFF0HD, Cashiers
WALTKR HYSLOP, Assistant Cahier,,
ctarnoasi
Staai Ta wa. rtoitat H , CCNXIKOIIAIII
Hiorr Wmir, W. P. HallidaT,
Uro. II, Williamson, niirina umu,
A I). 311 IQBV,
KxrlinuK. tolu ud United Httc
Roud RonKht nnd Hold.
TrF.P0SITfl received, and a general uanaiu
XJ bimuieBs uone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF CAIRO.
DANIEL 11UHD, Preaidenti
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vice-President i
C. N. 1IU0HE3, Cashlor.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE,
TTIXCIIANOK, coin, bank note and UniteJ
I'i Htate Dccuriliea uougni anu aoiu.
Interest Allowed on Time RepoaKa.
FOCNDRIEH.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
MAKlTACICaiaS Of
earn Engines,
Boiler,
Flour ond Grist Mills,
Haw Mill,
Tho "Tupp er' 1'tdi nt Cmukni
MAOUINERY FOR OBNKRAL PURPOSES,

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