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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1871.
JO IN II. "ftl'IM.Y, IM or and tliMmht r:
TiiUWDAY MoBSisn, Nov. 1, 1871.
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Kitk a Inrrt ami InfrMumi; tirrnlttion, '
It, hnh tnt patnnnje ot intelligent rtaJerl oit.I
tnterprmng Ctifar titf A.
THE DOLLAR WKKKf.Y BULLETIN.
John II. Olierly A Co. na reduced the sub
.crlption price of the Weekly Cairo-Bulletin to
0u Wtarrer finnjm, making It the cheapest pa
porpublltticl in Southern llllsole.
For Representative In Congress for the Stste-at-
S. S. HAYES.
WILLI AIM Ct. BOWMAN.
, li roof if
and laboratety iln-
JOHN P. 1IELY.
.Sr.NATon Sumneu calls Prevalent
Grant the grand cyclop of the San Do
mingo ku-klux klan.
Still amotiikr Chicago newspaper
avows a determination " phoenix like,
to rise from ita ashes." This time it is
the Present Age, the organ of the spir
lew, jet President Oraut will soon have
his new stables ready for hi hoic.s.
TI... !,.l,1w nrrt .lnr'il.ed fl!" models of
architccturc-thc .ciieea Mono trim
tuitms are fro... 'to J.rent' own
quarries tl.o F'
' fnllv ilcfiunrd
. M,ed - The naMo are two Morn
bid. and nre furnished with gas and
water throughout. Orant expects to get
hi- stable about thauk?g.ving day,
and will, no doubt, give " the usual ac
knowledgment " with a little extra ler-
fiiE Washington National He-
t'L'iil.tCAN is strongly opposed to the
efforts of Senator Pchuri and hid co-la-
linrorn tn fnrni a 11CW D.irtV. After
criticiiiug the platform put forth by
these gentlcnicn, it quotes a part ot one
of Gen. Grant' messages to congress,
" written," fays the JirpitMican, " with
'no view of it ever becoming the
' platform of the party," and questions
if Senators Schurr. or Sumner can
match it for honesty, terseness or states-
manshift. When Gen. brant cntcrcit
on his career as president, he had tlio
friendship of such mon as Scliurz and
Sumner, and it is not unlikely that the
honesty and ability shown in his mes
sages, if any can be claimed for them,
were the rightful property of one of his
are having a
A New Yokkeh suggests the idea
of furnishing the steam necessary for
ventilation, warming, cooking and me
chanical purposes in Chicago from one
set of boilers in a central position.
The New York Tribune denounces
Wendell Phillips, and asserts that he
has a fquiut in his moral vision, manu
facture grievances, creates his facts
and draws out with a hook his levia
thans of conclusions.
The Ciiicaho .Relief committees,
much troubled by the applications
for food by pcrr-ous who are more lazy
or greedy thau helpless, have deter
mined to apply .St. Paul's rule: "If
' any man among you will nut work,
' neither let him cat."
that the Chicago
Timi is not foolish
and rcfures to follow it in its wild
eliaK' through the impracticabilities of
the surrender policy, the acceptance
of which by the democratic parly
would be Mticidc.
iiv Hrt.i.on; lias le-igned the
gubernatorial office of Georgia, and
Reujamin Con lay, president of the
f-enate has succeeded him. No expla
nation of the reasons which impelled
Unlock to take this extraordinary step
ha? been given to the public. It is re
ported that great excitement prevail;
throughout the state.
The Chicago papers estimate the
losses in the great fire at about $100,
000,000. Thio falls short of the first
exaggerated estimate, but it is enough
to me that grab-all city an excuse for
making a " poor mouth " for a decade,
aud will furnish it a pretext for the at
tempt which it will surely make to rob
the state and national treasuries in the ef
forts it is already making to speeulato
in its own misfortunes.
Says the ('o(it?it Ay : " President
' Grant has been down among the lura
' bermen of .Maine, who tried to get a
' speech from him but found him dry
' timber. Hangor received him patriot
icilly, and treated him hospitably,
aud put ' Welcome ' in great letters
' .vcr the door of her jail. That was a
padouable mistake, made in the ex-
citewunt ot the momeut ; she does not
often receive a visit from a president,
' and was naturally a little flurried."'
The ku.klux ki.an U n0 lon-er
known by that uame in the state of
lexaa. fcince the last election there
imaginative republican have christened
i me invisiuie empire, ami tell
gloomy stories of anticipated trouble.
As the ku-klux troubles are said to be
the woret in states uuder radical rule, it
win scarcely do to blame the Mate gov
crtimeut of Texas fur like difficulties, if
any develope themselves there.
A late New York Tribune contains
the hornfjim; information, to the
possessors of diamonds, that the mo-t of
t ftmnna in hum prnmi... .
...ij urv taise ueins
SOl'TIIKRK IMiTNOIS NOItMAL
" high old time " in iMoravia, N. Y.
At the seances of a certain Mrs. Hrown,
spirits are appearing in bodily form
to their friends on earth. One appear
ed wearing spectacles as in life, anoth
er, a German spirit, thrust out a hand
holding roses and pinks, and one who
didn't wnnt any mistake made as to his
political leanings when he wbb a mor
tal, sang in a clear strong voice, " Old
' John Brown's soul is marching on."
The medium who is conducting these
" manifestations " says she it con
vinced " the windows of heaven are
1 wide open." This must be ho, as it is
plain that if these spirits are wandering
about here below as the medium alleg
es, they must have escaped from heav
en in souio irregular way. St. Peter
only opens the celestial gates to let
people in, not to let them out.
$Qy General Ilobert Anderron died at
Nice, Franco, Octobor 20. Ho was born
in Kentucky in 1800, grauatd at Wcit
Point in 1825, and on the 1st. of July in
that year received his firat commissicn ai
brovet Second Lieutenant of Second Ar
tillerv. During thu Hlack Hawk war he
was Inspector (ionoral of tho Illinois Vol-
unteori, and in that capacity served with
Abruham Lincoln. In 1835-37, Ilobert
And rjon'tH Afiislant Instructor and In
spector of tho West Point Millitary Acad
emy, and during tho Indian war in
FlorUa lit was Aido-de Cuinji to General
Si-oll. Kor Im successful conduct In tho
Florida war ho received, in August, lP''i8,
the rook of brevet Captain. Ho accom
panied (ienornl Scott through tho Mexi
can war until the full of thu City of Mex
ico, particularly distinguishing himself at
the battle of Kl Molino del Key. His gal
lant and meritorious conduct on this occa
sion wan roworded by hU promotion on
the Btli of September, 1817, to tho rank of
brevet Major, When Fort Sumpter was
built, Mtijor Anderson was appointed com
mander of it and all
tho works around Charles
ton. Anticipating tho outbreak of hos
tilities, in consequence of the spread of
the fccwsion movement, he concentrated
his forces within Fort Su.ntor. Tho story
of that fort is tho story of Major Andor
(on. After sustaining a bombardment of
two day's duration, he accepted the terms
of evacuation offered by General lleaure
grd, and marched out of the fort on Sun
day afternoon, tho Utb. of April. 1871,
with colore flvinir unJ drums bootiritr,
bringing away company andprivato prop
erty, and sulutlng his flag with fifty guns.
Mujor Anderson was immediately pro
moted to the rank of llrigadier General
and ordered to tho Department of Ken
tucky. Hero hit health failing him he
was obliged to retire from active sorvice
He grow gradually mor fjeblo until, be'
Ing advised to leave his homo and try tho
effect of change of air and scene, ho went
to France, where ho li.mored until he
- ii . . i hi i i i
tST A case of wife murder is attract
ing considerable attention in England.
The perpetrator whs a distinguished clergy
man, tho llav. T. S, Watson, authorof sev
eral celebrated works. Two days after
tho murder, ho uttompted to commit sui
cide, but tho drug he usod failed in its ef
fect und ho wus removed to prison. Ho-
foro taking the poison, he wrote tho fol
lowing note: "In a fit of fury 1 have
billed my wife. Often and often have I
endeavored to restrain mysolf, but my
ri;o ovcrcamo mo, and I struck hcrdown.
Her bodv will be found In tl.o little room
on" the lilirnry. I bono sho will bo buried
s becomes si lady or birth and position.
Sho is an Irish lad v. and her namo Is
Anne. Tho key will bo found in a letter
on tuo tabic.
CiimoHuitr., November 1, 1JTI.
To the KJitor of the Gtiro Jlullelin :
Probably the item of greatest interest,
from this section, to the people, gonerally,
of Egypt, Is tlist concerning tho institu
tion of learning that is being erected at
this place, and which is rapidly approach
The Immediate site of this college,
that of a slight elovatlon, the most beau
tiful spot in all Egypt, is about ono milo
outh of the heart of the city, fronting on
West street, on the Illinois Central rail
road, and running back on Sfato street,
taking In Spruco street, to near Poplar.
The inclosuro is a ten acre lot, that was
donated to the state, for the purpose for
which it is being used, by Mr. Henry San
ders. Tho contractors, Messrs. Wlckwlre
& Uovle. of whom many of your rcadors,
and more especially, tho citizens of Cairo
aro acquainted, aro doing an excellent job
In tl.o buildine of tho grand edldco. They
aro pushing forward tho work with ex
ceeding rapidity, with tho determination
of having tho mammoth structure under
cover bv tho first of December. Great
satisfaction has beon given on the part of
tho contractors to tho commissioners and
tho pcoplo generally, and wo are assured
bv thorn that beforo the lapso of many
mantlu tho building will bo ready for tho
reception of students, when w expect to
sco ovory section of Southern Illinois rep
resented in tho collogc, and things
gciorally made to assumo a livoly appearance.
Many new enterprises aro springing up
hore. To lav tho foundation of a new
building is an every day occurrence1, and
the noise of saw, hatchet and hammer can
constantly bo heard in every portion of
tho city. Hut tho cnterpriso that most
interests tho peoplo of this immediate
vicinity is tho formation of a coal company,
of which A. C. Bryden is President, and
Asgll Cornier, Vice President. This com-
pany was organized some lew monies
since for tho purposo of dovcloplng the
nowly discovered coal fields east of this
place some few miles. The company is
chiefly composed of citizens of Carhondale ,
including all the wealth and enterprise
that the little place boasts. This company
has already gone earnestly to work, and
have at this time sovoral hundred thous
and tons of combustible mineral mined
and waiting for means of transportation
to carry it to tho consumers. They will
not have to wait long, however, far tho
Carhondale & Shawncetown railroad will
son be completed to that point, and will
afford transportation for all the coal that
can bo mined at that or other point6 along
tho line. The coal to which we have ref
forenco is pronounced to bo equal in every
respect to tho celobrated Pittsburg coal,
and superior to that found at Mt. Carbon.
The new railroad, C. & S., of which we
have already made mention, is being built
by an eastern company. Tho starting
point of this road U Carhondale, and tho
terminus, .Shawncetown. Tho road will
bo coniplotod to Marion by the first of De
cember. The grading is entirely complet
ed, tho ties aro nearly all uown
and a quantity of the rail already
laid. Tho building of a branch road from
Marion to P.iducah is being thoroughly
discussed, and wo fully believe that before
two voars more, Curbondulo will have di
rect railroad connection with Paducal. and
tho southeast. The object of building the
branch to Padurah is to have an outlet
at the south and southeast for their coal,
and by connecting with tho roads south,
at that point, by rail, direct, will give
them a great advantage over tl.o Ohio
rivor from Shawnectown, on account of
tho low water in that river at certain sea
sons of the vcar. J. O. E.
nasal passages, nnd nro prevented from
being thrown upon tho lungs, When wo
broatho through tho month, thoy nro car
riod more directly thither. .Many would
lengthen tholr lives by resolutely breath
ing through tho nostrils,
tSTln iHoil h drouth as savoro as that
of tho present season, although not at
tendod with ucl disastrous results, pr -veiled
in Michigan. Farmers camo fro
miles to lb'1 Detroit river for water. In
October of that year Inro fires raged In
the woodsiear Detroit, destroying hou'es
and stock in somo instances, nnd s.noko
was created -o dense as to almost entirely
prevent business, causing general alarm.
No rain fell for more than sixty days, and
many tires occurred in Detroit, destroying
somo valuable buildings.
aT Speaking of Hon. Thomas Ewlng,
the Cincinnati Comme reinl says : " Though
prominent in public life, Jho has hardly
had the cousplcuity that his remarkable
ability shouldj.ave oommanded. It was
an accident and a mi'tnko that ho was not
nominated for tho vice-prcsldcney In placo
of Fllmoro. A word perhaps a carolcss
one, from an Ohio 'politician gavo what
turned out to)bo the presidency to Filmore,
and, thoro is roason to believe, changed
immencly tho current of American his
tory. Mr. Ewlng was defeated for tho
senate by Colonel Allon by ono vote, nnd
by Hon. Wade by a scratch.
t& Another outrage Hponn represent
ative of tho United States i reported from
Mexico. Tho bandit Trcvino raised the
standard of rebellion against Jiiare., and
took possession of Monlerny. It is lira act
was to levy on tl.o citizens for $50,000.
Of this sum $1,501) was demanded from
Ulrich, tho United States Consul. Tho
Consul raised the Amorican flau', and pro
tested in tho namo of hi Governme.it
against the demand. Trcvino, with Unit
contempt for tho government now com
mon among foreigners intimated to L'l
rich that unless ho paid up ho should ho
thrown into prison. Ulrich. apprehen
sive of indefinite confinement in a .Mexi
can dungeon, paid the money.
JO.11MfNNIO.-V AXIS rOUVt A!U!N1,
(S csor ol Ajcrs A Co,)
Gcnornl Commission iSIorolmnt
1.13 OHIO LKVHH,
" J." 31. JMIIMilPS & CO.,
, ,finceei.ors to 1'. It. Ilcnlrlrk A ..,)
Forwarding and Commission
.. .M li lie If A NTS
I.llirral Advances- irr
Arc irppnr.il to reeene, ttote nn orttnrd
frrlHlit to nil poind" nnd l.ny nr.il
fell on comml-nlon.
flllllnein nllptiddl In nrnmptlv.
II. M. 1 1 L'L UN,
G ROC HIl and COX FECTIOK
No. 131 Commcrciitl-avc,
With it KfooiUT ntlPIKllllllH. law milr.
lr union,! toliliilitry riiilsslon.
Ion or Mrmeii, turriiiiilori'!iiiH. loss ol'
power dlaiy Iwiul, loss ol nn in,
unil tbroatciird Iniiirleuei' niiil 111 In
dus, iuxIm lovrrclmi cure In llimi
phrfy'm llomcoirxtlilc Sierllic S
Tweaty-lKht. Computed ot tho must v.-ilun
Lie mild nnd potent itirutirm, they strike a
onde at the roots ol the matter, lone up the mi
tem, arrnt tliedjchrge, und Impart UKomnd
nerty, III find titalltj to llieonltie man. They
havocurtd thousands of esse, I'rlce, $5 per
pacWKof fir boxen and ft large ti vial, mIiioIi
h Tery Important lu obstinate or old cnsen, or II
ptrtlnitUbox. Bold by all druSK'i"", and Kent
by mall on receipt ol price. Addrn litimphrey '
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co., Mi Uroud
wy, K. V. P. bCHUII,
aujtlW.owawly Agent, Cairo, lllinoln.
fkW At a recent burglars' convection
in Vermont it was resolved that it was
"expedient" to uso chloroform on victims.
UlLLEll & PA UK EH,
GENERAL COM.M ISSIOX
FOKWAliDlNC. M KKCHANTS,
DEALEHS IN 1'LOUH, CORN
Oat??, Hay, etc.
&8 Ohio Lkvee, CAIKO, ILLS.
Z. I). itATIIUs. K. C. UIIL.
MATJIUSS & UJIL,
C'OMM ISSION KltC H A NTS,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODl'CE,
. it onto !.i:vi:i:.
ll'ttun J'uurtS .t S,.tl. .., CAlttO, ILL.
COP.NKP. HIXTlf and WALNUT-ST.,
(Kntranco on Hlxth-st.,)
r. j. onkj, i
!!:.'; , .mo.
OAKIW. CADVA CO. Prnnrldorn.
.n nrpnrtnient ol the above can -e. iuely
packed Inr xlnpinent, fur ml at C ineintmti pre
ami freiKht, by IIAKCI.AY IlltoS ,
Lriis and I'amt Ueali-rs, "I Ohio Levee,
CLOSE & VINCENT.
G ENE J i A L CO. LM J SS I ON
IOEA.XjSSS X2ST LIMB
Cement, Plastkb I'Anis,
PLASTERER'S HAT R,
Corner i:iiililli Street mill Ohio I.ovei-
A V(Uh Ifitatnnrw. nf II .1.., ..u...
, --rj-- vv v. biiuiu
tiC is that of a mon In OI.U l,., ...
ir. . D . ... . : ,v
.juiuu u,u u.uv . ,-vvuiiar gia,s caiic,j wipuitta of murder on a plea of Insanity
utrass, which has the property of re-1
trading light in tho tame way t,h the
diamond. Others arc mauufuctured by
Risvatem called! "rilonkasc." bv which
"other fctoncs arc covered with thiu wlabs
of diamond, ectuented on. Thcso false
diamonds aro made in Pari and Cud u
. large gulo by purchacr who know
thein to bo fuho and others wlio i-uppof o
TtHtiidtLK JE'tlid United Slutca
have olficouBolation though Chicago
its burned and the the northwestern firen
Ho had tecurod his lawyorh by giving
i:m u morigBKe on hit furm. but now
ijiuuiaien xno mortgago on the grouua
that he was insano when ho made it, ac-
"dlnK to the howlng 0f theso samo
tMiss Rose Hawthorne, the young
est daughter of tho author of the "Scarlet
Letter," has been married to Mr. Lathrop
of New York.
tOf There i3 n lively rebellion going on
in Mexico, in opposition to tho rule of
Juare.. It is conducted by able generals,
and bids fair to givo tho porpetual jiresi.
dent a good ileal of trouble, but then re
bellion is tho normal condition of that
Hay- Dates from Komo to October 'JOth
stato that a conclave of Cardinals lias ad
iscd tho Popo to leavo Rome, "in order
topreservo his spiritual independence."
Tho Pope ha approved tho decision, and
propose to leave Itotne If the Italian Par
liament meets within tho bounds of tho
PtiT A negro orator in Texas, who is
tho recognized head of tho colored Democ
racy in his part of tho State, said in t
speech a few days ago, that "if ho had his
way, he would give tho ltads tho stripe
In tho old flag till thoy saw tho stars, and
then knock then, out of doom with the
e9Ink -taln may bo removtd from
mahogany by touching thorn with a feathor
dipped In a mixture composed of a fow
drops of nltro aud a teaspoonful of water
To prevent a whito mark boing left, the
spot must be rubbed with a cloth wet in
cold water the moment tho ink has disap
I6ST A llokton organ of the Spiritual
"""" n" or very nearly all
or. cn.wi.wi ..eml, n Kurop., aro to-day
" " ; ""l mmunieatlous ul-
though to tho Queen of Kngland it has
been reserved to courageously announce
herself a Spiritualist."
fir Parrncrc gathering their ttock
com, sing "Fodder, dear fodder, come
home with me now 1
A tragedy enacted a year ago at
Subletto, 111., in which a son named Dee
shot his father through tho head, and then
burled bis bed y, has been recent! v brought
to light. It appoara that tho body was
discovered by a couplo of men who wero
engaged in digging u well on tl.o premises
formerly occupied by tho Ileo family.
The boy has madu a confession.
MS When breathing air that i dusty
or ill smelling, or otherwise Impure, draw
tho breath slowly through tho nostrils. In
this way tho dust or otlwsr impurltion aro
in part arreted; in tlm moist and narrow
PSRE INSURANCE CO..
01 llnrlford, Con.
Kijiiul to thufirent Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
Tented by the "dorms ef fcixty.ono year.
AND STILL LS HOUND,
i'aya frmi)ci'iurp!us o
lifer Losses b) the jj
(3 BEAT ClIICAdO FIRE
I.euvliiK lmr magnificent capital of
I'ntoiiehed and ijunrler el a Million Surplus to
(JET HARTFORD POLICIES.
Snflord, Monis iV Oandoo agents,
.who, 1 1 i.inoik
.JOHN R. PIIILLLS,
tSnceenor to I'nrker & I'hi.n.,)
GENERA L COM .M IS3ION
FOR WARDING MKRCHANT,
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, -Meal, Bran,
Con. TRNTII-ST. and Oil 10 LF.VF.K
W. Stratum. T. Bird
STRATTON 4c HI It I),
(Succeor to Stratton, Ilnd'O'i A (,'lnrk.)
Y LOLESALE GROCERS,
COM.M ISSION M KRCHA NTS,
o7 Oltio Lovco, Cairo, Illinois,
fr'AgcnlB of Amerienii Powder Co., and man.
f.irtliiers OKenlH for crtion jiirn. J"dt
v. noi.r.sAi.i: uoci:its.
R. SMYTJI & CO.,
'.V t HO.
I. E V K K
I I, h I . (MS,
COMMKIICI AL-AVENUK, OPPOSITE P. 0.,
JosErn iiAYLiss, :
Tiik JIousk ih Newly Fltinisiikd
And odcri to the public flrt-cla accommoda
ll'lii at rrmonalilw ri".
T. K ' .
INl It A 11
Cur. MnohlnKlon.it v. niul llth-ot.
W. 0. CARV.
u i turn
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SALKS ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH STRK
S A V E T V ENT Y PER C E NT
It) Inn ins your
PAUL 0 KCIIUH,
it i: .si o v i; ii. j
NO. 108 COMMKIK'IAL A VKNl'K,
WIslllnttvr'N Old Mtitnil.
Oppositk Atiik.nkum, - C.vii'.o, Ii I..
Pay particular attention to fllllDu all pliTiulu
and family pn-Tiptloii.
Oil 2r IQ-HT
in on uknu
ALL PATENT M EDICIN EH
worth havlof. Aii'nt for
KRM f'KVKR TONIC,
Warranted lh lit Keter Killer knawn In tide
NO CURK MONKY REFUNDED
RUCHU AND DANDELION,
An ricellee.t remrdy In all dlteatr.of (he Kid.
ney, equally, e tuod or lttr
thau llembold'e. aad lor
atsu ar.ar roa
llarailirej ' If eiu-ikwlhlt HptlMn.
IF1 TJ 3El 1ST ITU 3E& !E3
Also, Keep conslmlly nn hnid n most com
plete Htock of
bCOTl'JI AMI IUISII WIILSKIKS
(. I S 8,-
Port, Mnderhi, .Sherry and Cntnwla AVinos
RHMYTH A CO. KdTe.xcliihcly fur enh,lo
, wluuli fniit lliv invito tlio erpeuul atl'Mi
Hon a! elonii larn-un bnyern.
Special attention yiven tu Filling Orders
OOK-j, pjiiiplileia, lineli. e iluloKUen, new a
p.ipnrx, t ix iixtH, mid every viriuty ol eslen
pruitiim conir.i'lcd fur. and promyily ami
illy execuiod, in tlio lliiliot n bouU, job,
liewp.iper MadniK cstaWieliimuit
Uashlinloii-HV., Xsar'oilsiiii llone
Messr. Klehholt IlMtlifrsdeilre to Inform the
cltl.ens ofC.dro that they ar iiuiniil iclurln all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and for ah, at
Mholetitle ami Itetnll,
11 hlmli, and wil continue te keep hi llielr
BALK. IIOOMS, IN TIIKIU KEW Ill'II.DINO,
Hvery cllssnptlon of cheap nnd costly liirnluire,
.iB'Mmblo Topped Bnreani,
3-Wnr'lrole', fnta Chairs,
i4,Sofai nnd Matnifnes,
-Loungrs,etc , etc,
Wlimh thoy will fiiiarantio to soil
TYVF.NTY PER CKNT. LOWKR
Tluin they can o bought from any other dealer In
lliofclty. Ciuo thorn n call and natlJOour.
Ills ellelected atockof
Ot every dncrlptlon cannot be
nurpaid by aiy e.tb
llilimrot ol the
kind In the
'liiirleriil Mnrrli 31, IHSB.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, .CAIRO
A. 11. SlKKflRIi, I'reridnt.
. fc. TA VI.OH, Vier-I'ri nleot .
W. II VaLol', f.cflrefirv and Tiea.urer.J
P. W. lUkrm, f'HAS r,tlUUl,
K. M. Skk mi l im. I'aiiO hnilM,
It. M. CISSIS..HIH, W P. IIaliidav,
J. 51. I'llllllM.
l)rMislli. of niiy Anioiiul Iti-rrlsMl froi
'l'.. i'iiiiIm I'ttwarilft.
i.VTKItF.sT paid on depoilln at the rate ol i
iwrernt. r annum, .March ltand bepterrs
ner Int. Inlet,-. t not withdrawn l idde.t In.m
diately to the principal of (he depo.lU, thetebf
K'sing Ihem compound Interret
MAKitien woviE.v and childhbn matt
0 THAT XO Git ILII CiK EaAW IT.
Open every bulne day from a.m. to 3 p.m.
and batlirday eemnK lor HAVING DEPtWITrl
only, from to o'clock.
auwtf W. HT8L0P. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAIRO ' 1 1. MM IN.
W. i', IIALl.IDAY, Pre.idaU
A. B. HAFKOBP, Caahlerj
WALT Kit HYSI.OP, Assimant Caahier.-
Btaai. Tatlob, uoaaaT H. Cvtaiai
Hroit WHIII, n . r. iiiaiu.,
Oro, p. Wiiliamson, feirni!i Bta
A. fl. fiirruaa.
KKCbnugf, t'olm ma Vmlf HUSca
; Bond RonRhl mu Hoi.
DKP0SIT8 received, and a general tankln
FIRST NATIONAL BAN
DANIEL JlUItP, President
ROBERT W. M1LLKR, VIce-PfMldenl 1,
C. N. HUOlim, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADll
EXCIIANOK, coin, bank notes aad Ua.lil
stales aecuritlea bought and sold. I
Userent Aflowed nn Time) nvIU.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ond (Inst Mills,
The "Tupper' Talent Grat ek
MAOIIIKKltT lOll (IKNEUAL PUHPOflBH,