THE CAIRO DAILY BtttiM-TlN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1871.
JOHN II OIIKtll.V, IMItor and lliMIhri
T,. or t..r DAlti limttli I
i he carrier. ..
.,, month, t jr M". VJ
. ... m,iiilhl "
I iirru "- '
S x month'
ertnal Mrsnmltr county and eftht nlyV
1ST, K oli 'montot Joiy In .Start crj " f
TUK DOLLAR WEKKLV IIL'LLKTIN.
it,n it oberlv Co. have reduced the ub-
r.rpubllihed In Southern llllnola.
V,t BeMnentatlve In Congress fortlic State-at
For Slate Senator,
WILLIAM! a. BOWMAN.
For Treauroriid Tre.tiiir.
Oeoboe Fn.vscis Tit.viN denounces
Chicago, as a ginntlc fraud. He's
Next Tl'esd.vv is election day.
Vote for Have.'". Hawman, Martin and
An Al'l'itoxiMATE measurement of
the streets destroyed by the Grp. in Chi
cago shows that sixty miles of streets
were laid waste.
Howevkk loose Mayor Hall may
be with the funds of New York, he is not
going to'allow any votes to be stolen if
he can help it. He offers one hundred
dollars reward for the dir-envery of false
registering or voting.
Mns. IU'th has been arrested as an
accomplice ot Dr. Mcdlicott in the mur
der of her huband. The course of
justice seems to he plain in the ca?o.
The evidence which convicted Mcdli
cott pointed toward .Mrs. Ruth as his
willmg partner in the crime.
A vouxo woman, aged but eigh
teen years, shot and instantly killed her
seducer, at Lincoln, in this .ta!c, on the
23th ult. It would feem that a young
womin of that age, possessed of the
ncrvo to do eucli n iWil, nij;lit have
taken better care of her-clf in the be
ginning. The Du Quoin Tribunr invoke:- ev
ery republican to do his (inly on Tues
day next. If this advice should be
followed, there would be no living re
publicans. It U the duty of every
republican to commit suicide a duty
which has been sadly neglected during
the last few years.
The Smith family of the United
States can now put on airs if it wants
to, and eastern ones at that. One of the
Smiths has been eho.-en legal adviser
and counsellor of the rulers of the Chi
ue5e Empire, and will soon enter on
his duties. The position is the same
occupied by Anson Rurlingamc, de
ceased, also an American.
All the Kckoi'eas rulers who
have contributed to the relief of Chi
cago have given about twice as much
as Grant did. liut then too much
ougnt not to be expected of the prcsi
dent. The newness of his sensations
iu giving away money in,tead of tak
lug it, ought to be considered with all
JonsviM.E is agitated on tin, ..
jeet oi railroads. The Chesapeake
aud Ohio railroad have purchased the
Louisville, Cincinnati and Lexington
road, thus Bivi,1B a fchort , '
!.ouiw,letoSew York and the Hast
rn cmes And the 0,n,,.J0((rmi
iIU for short cuts into the South, and
..Unv several which would be of
great benefit to the city.
Gov. Bn.LOCK,Vhohas been rob.
blU tLe etat of Ceorgia during the
I'M bix years, ascertaining that conelu
"ve pwof of his dishonesty had been
omed, made a virtue of necessity
h.d SS8? t,l, eoMp- If be
fron 'UldhaVC Hn di.u.lMc.1
the office a convicted thief. And
c comes forward in the role of a
deter, r..CW0"ats' They had
' ten-it nf .1 . Mbee ,ne thc '
5 I" at,cl'i-, .d there
.I0"-1 concluded to m.
It shouM U V
ii. m .. . re'ombercd
'"rung t.,,.,1., , , .
duce.l (I,. ..... . ,l uiai ".UM
am,.,.. "Tou Cain, lot-over
. 1 " '""lion .lollars within
two voara. ii.i. . .
continued th f---i
, """out at tbu warrato
nud it was d ir...i. . url"lui
.1 , i 11 10 convince manv
that ho was justilied i .. . '
ho felt it his dutyto au TC'
A TKf.KOUA.M fl 11 ?prillfc'fi'-lJ ,,;,,Cl1
J t, instant, infornH the public that
Governor Tnlinor has instructed Atlor-ncy-(!eneral
Hushncll to prociiro thc in
dictment of flcncrol Shorn an, Ul.
Shennai. ind others engndea in ui aw
ful proeccli., inclndug tho killing
of Col. (Jmsvoriior during tho military
occupation of Cl.icag) aflcr the threat
1 . . ...1... tut nil.
fire. Many persons wm
nee in the governors ilevolion io urn
doctrine of local irovenimuut state
rights woie -iirpri.-ed and chagrined
that he permitted without protest the
unnecessary occupation of u city of II-
itiois by the army of the United States
in u time of profound peace. There
was no necessity for that occupation,
andjit established n dangerous precedent.
If, whenever a storm ot lire or wniu,
or even tho lawlessness of turbulent cit
izens, destroys properly in a city, thc
army of thc United States may take
possession of it ami establish mariiai
law, without saying to thc state author
ities . "My your leave," there is no lon
ger any safety against the power of the
baronet. If the army may be thus em
ployed to-day when a great disaster oc
curs, a binallor pretext will justify a like
usurpation of power to-morrow. The
only way to stop these military en
croachments is by tho operation of law
by holding the officers of the army
under whose orders property is des
troyed and lives sacrificed to a strict
accountability for their acts. In this
instance, a citizen was murdered by n
soldier acting under orders of Gen.
heridan, Col. Sherman, and others,
and they should be punished. In no
other way can thc law and thc rights
of the people bo vindicated. Braro,
The Jonesboro Advertiser is a paper
among ten thousand papers and thc one
altogether able. It shines with a re
markable light. It is particularly thc
journal of Illinois. Whcnercr it
comes tramping around in our neigh
borhood we get out of its way. We
knew thc consequences of arousing its
displeasure, and therefore did every
thing in our power to conciliate it. We
were, for a time, remarkably success
ful in our concilatory policy, but at
ast falling uudcr thc Advertiser's dis
pleasure we have been crushed. In
the last issue wc find a phillipic against
Howiuan and his apologist, The Bull
etin, which has discouraged us. It
opens thus :
The Cairo liullclmoi last week informs
us thai the Democrat lmvo nominated VT.
(i. IJowmtin for Senator in this District
nud thai tho JCepuuiii'iins imu a
Gcorgo .Mcrtz of .Mound City for tho ijen
nte. Tin' Ilullctin gravely informs its
reaJiT that Uowmim U overv way bettor
fitti'd for that ollico than i3Mertz. "Wo
should like to know by what rule tho Hull-
inn is govcrneu in innKing up
his judgement as to tho lltuc3S of tho two
turn fur that office. Now wo nro con
strained t say of tho liulletin't nrticlo
that it smells of fulshood knowing, will
ful falshood to cull it by no harsher term.
Wu plead guilty. It must bo bo.
Our article, now that wo have had our
attention called to it, does smell of
"falsehood knowing," and an article
which has the " falsehood knowing "
odor about it ain't an article which
ought to havo effect against ercn so
weak a brother as George Mertz.
But, to proceed. Mark how the Ad-
vertinr wipes out Bowman :
As for Air. How man ho is what tho girls
in a ball room would call a pretty manono
who could emilo and bowing fawn around
tlicm as much as to say " what u pltty it M
young ladies that I cannot marry you all,"
then pressing his yellow kid gloves to
gether gently: bow himself out.
We know now that Mr. Bowman
ought to be ashamed of himself. Our
recollection of tho judgo is, that he ain't
liui t by uny great amount of beauty. But
we give it up. Tho Advertiser says
Bowman is u "pretty mun," and it
knows what beauty is. And more I
Ihinkof it, voters; pauso before you
deposit your ballots ; bewaro before you
take a dangerous man to your political
breast. Bowman alas ! what a wicked
world is this ! is a pretty man, who
could smile nud bowing fawn around
the guls, and then gently pressing his
kid gloves together yellow kid gloves ;
heavens and earth. YELLOW kid
mu nut. Vity ,,,
Hon. And yot the few ..,.:.. ,,"
lor rieo, who are feebly opposing hi,,,'
assert that ho increased tho city assess..'
incut, aim decreased the couuty Mm-,
nuicono tlieioi'H RCCd'U'.'f" nuiin-j
gloves! bow himself, iioio-man that
he is, out of thc room. Lot us see the
man who dare vote for Bowman after
liut this in not all. Take notice of
the skill with which tho Advertiser
piles one crushor ou uuother :
Wo do not know, whethor Ilowman like
hit associate! in politics by reason of liU
hatryd of ltopublican govermonts found it
convenient to aid tho Itebcl cauto in tho
Into sirugglo to maintain frco government
or not; and instead of aiding tho patriots
who defended tho government our futhors
left ui. actually did so much n hn woll
could on tho sido of tho Koholi us to ma-
loriuiiy am tliem hut savo his neck, by
"l,i""B l mm "r uvme flopped UV
patriot, tries to growl away tho romaindor
i Q,y KVa ll10' T" tono of tho
jiuuciih WOUIU SCCIll loll urn 11, I..
this cuUgory as It rarely if novcr praises
- ...... ........ .10 miuwB mo iuiiow iiaa to
" iiiiimnuiitu ior ins country's gooj.
Wo admit the force of this blow ; but
the Advertiser does us great injustice.
tint 4 i n
. ivlu Him we rarely it never
praises a man unless wo knows tho Col-
low had to tio imprisoned. Wo do
and to say we don't, ii wrong. We
would rather to a dog or the editor of
the Advertiser than rarely if never
pra'iHes; a mau we knows, etc.
nut to proceed, Here is n thun
Mcrtz U but tho revamping ot '.ho mallco
of an infuriated, jury).
Wc nro dumb. Wo cannot even de
ny that wo over revamped tho malice
of either a gentle or infuriated "purp."
How grateful Mcrlz should be for
What I Ocorgo Mertz an incendiary
encouraging negroes to deeds of murder ?
This will bo nows to tho people of l'u
laki county and overwhelm the negroes
wltli profound astonishment. A moro go
nial man, livos not on oart'i than Geo.
Mcrlz. It is true ho is n German, he is
the type of a I'cniylvnnlft mechanic, his
hand's are largo from constant labor ns It
is hy this that ho earn an bonel support.
Mcrtz a genial gentlcmnti, and n
German, and n Pennsylvania mechanic,
and a constant laborer i Now, good
Advertiser, look here. You Eiay abuso
us as much as you like, but don't, wo
entreat you, lie so palpably. Old
Mertz that's what everybody will per
sist in calling him is as sour as a crab
apple, was bcrn in Vermont or some
other God-forsaken foreign country,
hates sour krout, detests lager, and
never labors except when he is trying
to squeeze a dime out of a nigger in n
Goes on thc Advertiser:
It is true that Gcorgo Mertz loves his
country works for an honest living and
earns his beard bv tho sweat of his face,
ho pavs his honest dohts and lives and
star tit home and minds his own buisness,
such is George Mertz a pattern of morality
and good breeding, beloved by all who
know him, and tho man whocan command
moro votes in Pulaski County than any
other man in that county, ho is capable, ho
is honest and will bo a credit to tho dis
trict ho is sure to represent. N"o wonder
tho litlo thunderers tho lluUttin and
Jonesboro Gazette "do bark at him."
Now, pardon us This is a sentence
mixed and jumbled, but what of that?
If the Advertiser cannot say a little
tliundcrcr barks what in thunder can
it say ?
And now for the grand flourish :
It is amusing to read the little 3x9 Dem
ocratic papers published in this part of
thc State, whero falsehood has ruled the
masses for tho last twelvo year. They
speak as if shey were not known just hi
tlio ostritch with its bond under tho sand
supposes it self hid, now the fact is thc os
tritch i only hid in Its own bewildered
imagination." Tin-so papers cannot by ly
ing deci-ivo anv ono out of their own de
luded followers, all else only enquire how
those papors go, uml then as a matter of
course it is well known that truth and jus
tice aro on the other side, and govern them
Do ice speak as if wo were not
known just as the ostrich supposes it
self hid with its head uudcr thc sand?
Say? Wc demand to know. If we
do thus speak, furcwell rain world I A
paper of this kind cannot delude any
one out of its followers, and must go
into them if it must deceive some one.
I Wc give thc conundrum up. Wc
caunot guess it. It is too much for us.
B&" Tho World thus deocribes the last
scene in tho Itosenzweig case : " Mrs. Ito-
scn.weig cried bitterly, and Miid, 'Oh, how
can 1 bear this?' but tho terriblo passion
evinced by tho daughter l!oa was (.onio-
thing ghastly. This girl, petite, angular)
about fourteen years of age, with a series
of hysterical shrieks, knelt on tho matted
floor of tho prison box and shrieked out,
' Oh, may my God curso every one who
has went against you, father ; may their
flesh rot from their hones; may their lives
wither up; may they die rotten. Oh,
father, if I die for it, I'll havo all their
lives,' and sho then elapsed her arms
around Kosenzweig's neck and clung to
him convulsively. Jlut even at this, tho
most trying scene of all, Kosenzweig did
not shed a tear. His face showed u slight
traco of feeling, but no moro. The officers
parted them, and Itoeenzwelg was hurried
down tho stairs. Outside a crowd of about
live hundred people awaited his coming.
When he appeared they set up a loud
shout, and hooted and hiiiod. The door
of tho van was opened, ono of the officers
hustled him in, and in a moment tho van
dashed away, bearing Jacob Kosenzweig'
tho terriblo abortionist, to his prison
Bfiy'Tho potoffico department has given
notice that the following prepaid rates of
postagoaro in full of all charges to desti
nation : On letters for Franco and Al
geria, forwarded via Kngland, for letters
not exceeding one-third of un ounce in
weight, ten cents; exceeding one-third
ounco but not over ono-ltalf ounce, sixteen
cents; exceeding ono. half ounco and not
over one-third of an ounce, twenty cents .
exceeding two-thirds ot an ounco and not
over ono ounce, twenty-six cents, and so
on, adding four cents per each half ounce
for United States and ocean postago and
six cents per each two-thirds ounco for
Ilritish and French postago. This modi
llcation of existing regulations docs not
Intcrfero with tho mailing of letters to
France and Algeria, whethor wholly un-
aid or partially prepaid, as to United Sta-
tos, on land or sea postago.
&a?"A special dispatch from Washington
states that it Is assorted on tho nuthority
of Senator l'oolo that I'restdont Grant has
expressed his determination to declare
martial law throughout tho enllro South
in conscqueiico of continued outrages.
ti3f The Mayor and other municipal
officials of Lexington, ICy., havo been ar
rested on an indictment from the United
Stales Court, charged with felony in con
nection with certain disturbances In the
last Augii't election.
Strawberries, measuring an Inch
and a half In length and three inches In
circumference, wcro picked last week
from vines in Norfolk, Virginia.
Allison's chances for the United States
Senatorship from Iowa, vice Harlan, arc
said to be improving.
t65 Atlanta (On.) papers say that cot
ton is coming in rapidly and In large
SOT Gen. Joseph K. Johnston is on &
visit to North Carolina.
Willi It Klnomy iitlpiiilnnl, low njilr-
In' dpnrinMlon, In voltinlnry (-mlamlon.
IONr Nf-mcit, operiiiiilurrlia-1, Iokh of
IxiHC-r fllccy lintil. Inn or mriuory,
mill llircnli-iipsl liiinrlrnco nnil IMbc
rllllN, nmln Invcrrign ctirp In Hum.
ihroy llonirnpnthlr Nrclllc No
,'noiil v-clKlit. Composed ol ilio inont Tallin
Lie mild and potent uirntivcii, they -trike
onJc Ht tho roots ot the matter, tououp the ti
lem, nrrPHt tliatllacharjrM. nnd Itnnnrt lnornd
(mercy, Hie nnd vitality to the entire mn. Ttiey
hare cored thoiinnd or cases. Price, $.1 per
a targe J.' vial, which
nckKesof live boxen nnd .
t very Imjiorlnot in nlmtlnnto or old cnsei, or It
if rliiKl',u''X. Bold by all drnSxIsti, nnd Kent
by mall on louclpl ol price. Addretn Humphrey'
Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co., Mi llroail
way, K. V. I. HOIIUII,
nuKlSdeowawly Afjcnt, Cairo, lllinola.
An meortment of the above cans, -ectirely
pacKeu ior anipincni, ior xaio ni uincinnaii prices
and frelKht, by HA ltd. AY 1IH0S.,
Urusnnd I'liint Iicnlerr, 71 Ohio Levee.
K1RE INSURANCE CO.,
Dl Hnrlford, Con.
UOM9IISMION AND rOHWAlimNfl.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKE,
CRAWFORD HOUSE, l'AUIs 0 SOHUH,
COKNKIt HIXTH and WALNUT-ST., DBTJO-G-IST,
(Kntmneo on Hixtli-:i.t)
1 .1. Onkjs, 1
OAKK3. CAIIY A CO. I'rnnrlclom.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
.Successors to K. II. Hendricks . Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
WHAKF.nO AT PKOPRIKTOKSj
&-2fel.lberal Advances mr uponasy
lr& Conslgnmcnt-i, 5f
Are prepared to receive, floro am orwnrd
freight to all points and buy nr.il
sell on coaimlmlon.
"llusliirm atlemlcd l promptly.
Tiik House ih Newly Puhnihiied
And orlem to the public llrst-clasa accommoda-
ii-mw m r.ssonanin raien,
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 13-1 Commercitil-ave.,
OA 1110, ILLINOIS.
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN KLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
68 Ohio Lkvxk, CAIRO, IL1J5.
Eiiual to thc Great Emergency.
THE IRON CLAD OLD
Tcsleil by tl.e storms of Suty-one yearn
AND STILL IS SOUND.
I'a m froinlhcrlsiirpltia o
. Her l.o"'i by the ;
(5REAT CHICAGO FIRE
I .en vim; Uur maKnllicunt capital ol
I'ntouclie.l nnd (Juarli r ot a Million Hurpliu to
(JET HARTTORD POLICIES.
Satl'ord, .Morris & Candco agents,
Z. I). ilATHUKS. k. c. cm.
MATIIUSS & TJHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. oi oiiio i.i:vi:i:,
Btuetn fuurth .1 Sulk St:, CAIHO,
CLOSE & V I NCENT,
Ckmknt, Flastkh Paris,
Corner Elcfatb Mtreet Mod Oblo 1T
IS? Tho Information received by the
Navy di'imrtment, from Dr. L. P. Termnn,
of Ootha, concerning tho German dis
covery of an open polar tea. etatca Unit
tho uorthern-moBt point reached -was 7U
North on tho meridian of 48 East. Thoy
tound a most favorable statu of tho ice to
ward tho North pole, with n probablo con
nection with tho open soa north ot Siberia
and toward tho East. The expedition
was made In a small sailing vcefcl at tho
oxpento of tho ofllcors.
tTMiss Fannio Sprague, n beautiful
bloudo of six aummors, duughtor of Colo
nel Annua Sprague, and nleeo of United
iStuttri Senator Sprague, ot Kliodo Island,
drives a pair of l)ucl;s!iu ponies, lmriiesse.l
to u willow phaeton, Tho ponies aro very
graceiui, valued at S'J.OOO, and woreinir
cliuM'd In Krtnta-,
OeST A Vlrglnlu paper brings forward
tho calf of tlm perlol.' U U but live
tnontlm old and gives a ipaurt of milk por
lay. Tills 'uveullo calf-wonder lias no
uU'sprlng, but was brought tuber milk dry
o by another call (her playmate) sucking
UEAl r.u IN
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
ol every ilenvrlption,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDA It POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, R KINDS.
Furnished on shorlent notice.
Coiuincroial-uv, bet. 10th and Uth-gts
The undeMiKned, propnetora of the Hiin and
Wri ki.y III lutik. Iiiivn Juki ri-ceUi'.l an lusort-
ineiiioi lliu laieai ")' 01 joh i-rinilUK 1) pen,
and havo now one of the inoNteoinnlute iotiothoei
111 tho South and Went. They duller themselrea
that thuy pomeia luullillca for tiirninK out
promptly, m the belt tlo ol the Art, all worU
entrmU'il to them, from ilia Hinallent card or
iHbel tu the iimimnoth poHter, aud at prions
which leave with our butim-na mou no good ex-
u ro ivr i-iueiiUK (li-'li -suiK 10 m. l.ouis. Ulin
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Successor to Parker ft Phl'.lli,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
W.Stratton. T. Hlid
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Successors toHlratlon, Hudson & C'larV.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
ry Agcntn of American Powder Co., and man
faclurert agents for cotton yarn. Jr'dt
R. SMYTH & CO.,
A'o, keep constantly on hand a moat com.
plote Block of
SCOTOIl AND IKItJII "VHISKIKS
(i I N H,
Port, iladerla, Sherry and Catawba Wines
T HMVT1I it CO. nell exclualvcly for cash, to
XV. which tact uiey invite trie especial iko
lion hi eioio uaraia uuyers.
Special attention given to Filling Orders
OUK8. iiaiiiDhlnta. brlelii. L-ktalotu. new
tianors. Iax 1 tils, and nviir variety ot eitoil
printiuK coutiauted for, and promytlyand
lily exuouled, in tho Uulletln book, )oli(
ii i: .ii o v i: i.
NO. 103 COMMERCIAL AVENUE
WlilHnli'-r'H (Mil Slitllil,
Oi-i-outk Athenkl-m, - - Cairo, 111.
COMUEKCIAL-AYKNlf K, 01-pOSirU V. 0.,
I'ayHt-artlci.lar attention to milnK all phrnela
"OHKrll uAYLIBS, It! : I'HOI'HIETOR. ' ',"'-r'Poii.
i H S a
arum oi uam.
A L L P A T JJ N T M E D I C I N E S
worth having. AKentfor
lltKNtt' V V.VKH TONIC,
Warranted the bent Kever Killer known la Dili
el I mule.
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED
RUCHI1 AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In all dlnea.eaof the Kid-
j-, yiwn.ij, n, (,ioij or loiter
than llemlMbt'K. nnd lor
lU'i Aoaar voa
IIiimiilirry'M flamcupUntble Npiflm.
Cor. WnnhluRlnu-rtv.nuil llth-il.,
W. G. GARY,
I'RINCII'A L UN DE RT A K E R,
s n r i Hi
SALES ROOM. No. 13. SIXTH STRE
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
lly 1. ii) lux your
Mr well elected ttoekof
Of every deu-rlption ranost bt
hiirpaoed by aiy enltb.
Ili-hrnent ol the
kind in the
.riinrlrretl .Miireli 31, 1HB.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, '.CAIRO
A. It. HtKKOIlD, l-remdent;
. TAVI.oit, Vice-I'rifiilent.
W. HV.-iLOl', (iterelary and Ireanurf r.J
P. W. Ilitnn, Ciia. rmiaim,
K. M. hiLH.iri.Liii, 1-AtL ti. twiiiii,
It. M. Cl MIS;llia, W 1'. IllLUIMl,
j. 3i. rinitim.
Ilepovlt of any Aiiiomit Itecid'edfruiU
i en .eiim i imarun.
iNTKKK.ST paid on depoilta at the rate ot ix
percent. ir annum. March It and leptem
ttr lt. Inl.r-t lint wllhilrawn ! f.itil.ii ilfllna
dutely to the principal of the depoi-IU, thereby (1
rIviuk them compound Interest, m
MAltltl KD WOMEN AND CHILDKIN MAT
o that xooar iur.cn haw it,
linen every buiiineia dav from 'J a.m. to 3 tm.
and baturday evemnx lor HAV1.NU DEl'Odni
only, from t to 8 o'cUiclc.
ailAill ) iiiai.ui , ArraBurrr. j
THE CITY NATIONAL .
8100 00 Si
' - - r'
Wnlilii8lou-nr.,' .Veiir oHt inn IIohnp
MerniM. Elchhotl llrotheriilf lire to inform the
cltliena nfCalro that they are iiianiifaeturiiiK nil
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and for Hale, ul
Wholi-HAle nml Ilolall,
II klniU, aud wil contlnuo to keep nt their
BALKS ItOOMH, IN TIIKIU NKW 1IUII.P1.VO,
Every dlacrlplluu of cheap and cosily furniture,
IWMarble Topped Burcatu,
AjrWarrtroboH, Hola Chalri,
i.Hofm and Matraraen,
4i-Lounges, etc , etc.,
Whmli Ihoy will uaranteo to Bell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can bn bought from any other dealer In
inn HIT. UIVU limn ! in I anil pimnij iuui.
W. P. HALl.lDAY, ITeildent;
A. II. HAKKOHO, Cashier! '
WALT KB HYriLOI', Aninlant Caahier.)
Stiith TiVLOB. ItOBFOT H. CfKKIMUllAM,
rWorTWiiiTi, W. V. Hauidat, ).
Oro, I). Wuliamiios, HtrniEN IJiid 1
A. II. Si i roan. .
KsrlimiKO, Coin nud Unlled Nlle
t ltouil nought nd Mold.
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DKI'OHITa received, and a general MBKmij
liuninesa done. :
FIRST NATIONAL BANK j
lUNIKI. 1IUI1D, I're.l.lent;
HOHKItT W. JULLEB, Vice-President ;
u. liuimr.3, cannier. m
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADK
EXC1IANOK, coin, bank notea and Unltei
Utatoa securities bought and aold. f .
Int)rMt Allowed on Time HepoalU.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Tho "Tupper' Tatenl Oral ebar
MAOHINUnr FOH (IKSEIIAL I'Ulll'OSK.f,
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