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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1871.
JOHN II. OIIKIU.Y, F.dltorand 1'ublnneri
TlT.Hl) AT MonNiso, Nov. 'i
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One year by e.rrlcr, In advance
S x months,-.
Oil "" -
Vuroi intviuy wiv "y " -
Un on olCYubJvt, OJ Mtrtft h ''r
uietU Ihipatromjtot MtlUgtntjmiCI and
cnUrprwm ovnnut men.
THE DOLLAR WKEKLT BULLETIN.
John II. Oberly A Co. have reduced the .ub.
W,?A.P'- 'he Wlly Clro uult.ll- to
0,7wvar rrm.-.n.m.klng It the cheapest P
perpubllil.ed In Southern Illinois.
for Kerreenltlve In Congress for the State-l
S. S. HAYES.
WILLIAM G. BOWMAN.
For Traurernd TrMsurir.
JOHN P. HELY.
1' important that democrat should
mt forget thin 'lection day; anil,
remembering tht fact, they should ivte I
DON'T FORGET to vote for Mar
DON'T FORGET to vote for Bow
man for senator to-day.
Demochats of Cairo, do not neg
lect the duty of voting to-day.
The "Fire Fiend" lias not finished
the rounds of the newspapers yt.
Vote fob, John P. Helev, demo
cratic candidate for county survoyor.
Vote rou William Martin, dem
ocratic candidate for county treasurer.
S. S. HAVES is the man for con-prcsMnan-at-Iarge.
To-day is election
Vote ion Hayes, democratic can
didate for assessor from the stato at
WILLI A MM ART I N is the man
for county treasurer. To-day is elec
WILLIAM (i. BOWMAN is the
man for f-tato senator. To-day ia elec
Democrats, it is impoitant that
you chould not fail to vote to-day to
Vote fob William 0. Bowman,
democratic candidate for state senator
from the first district.
DON'T FORGET to veto for Hayes,
democratic candidate for eougresfl. frdni
the state at largo, To-day t.i election
The republicans will have bogus
tickets in circulation to-day tiokets
with Miller's name printed in place of
Martin's. Look uut for them I
Democratic header, your vote
may determine tho result of the olec
tinn to-day may give Illinois to tho
democratic parly. Do not, therefore,
neglect to vote.
A Milwaukee!!'!: hid twenty gul
Ions of benzine in cans in a lumber
vard of that citv tho othnr ,l,v nnA
,i,,, , - , , . , I
. .u p a great excuement
aiMint " Hie attempt to hrc tho city." 1
,,,,, Vuvvtt ' ,.
li.v. hitLuxmr lin.Lrvn.N says
" keep it before the people that 0 rant
' is u dictator. Tho people are not
likely to forget it (Jraut himself re-
minds them of U, often and openly.
Alii. Poi'K'rt candidate for county
treasurer, .Mr. Miller, hopea to be elect
ed by the negligenco of tho democrats j
but his hopes must be disappointed. All
good democrats will turn out arid voto
for Hilly Martin.
Mu. Milluh don't speak to a nigger
lietirtrn eUction is ono of the pure
while blood republicans; but during
the last week ho has been very polito
to the man and brother, aud has been
around the barracks soliciting votes
no pays .Jacob.
Tiik HKPUiiLicANH havo beon work
ing quietly but effectually in Aloxandor
couuty; and, through the operations of
their i-ecret political machinery, they
will be euabled to poll a large voto to
day. It is thercfoio important that ev
ery democrat should voto to-day and
labor for the Hucecss of his ticket.
Tiik Paducaii Kkntuckian says
it has i-ccu the prospectus of tho Ben
ton Blowm, a paper which, after n sus
pciiHion of fifteen years, has been re
suscitated. Mrs. 'Woodhull is to figur
among its corps of contributors. Wo
think wo smell the Benton Blotmn al
ready, and pray to he delivered from
itt Bcut if it ever teat-hen full bloom
. , important that democrat thovld
not forget thi- h election day; and,
remembering tl Jad, they should voir!
A .Mass Mektimi of negroes was
belli in tin. Methodist church a few
nights ago, and addressed by J. .)
ti:.i ii... P.rrn orator who ulvisc ' nil
his lienors to vmo lor i.'overidgc lorlz
,.,. Miller. Ho forgot to tell his hear-
nM that Miller win nominated because
it was paid he could catch votes that a
white man who courted tnc negroes
could not got
Many vali'ahlk presents, both
curious and rare, were given to Mr.
Seward while on his eastern travels.
He never refused anything except an
lephant tendered him by some eastern
potentate. How great men differ 1 Grant
would have never refused the oftermg
ho would havo brought it home and
rented it out to Harnum ns ' tho prcsi-
' dent's elephant " and made n good
thing out of it, too.
llr, it hememhehei), that Billy
Martin, in tho two years of his nssess
orship, reduced tho assessment on Cniro
lots $27;l,410, and increased the assess
ment on the lands of the country pre
cincts 885,004. If any radical, in
order to influenco city votes to ho cast
against Billy Martin, assorts that ho
has favored the country precincts at tho
expense of tho city, call to his attcn
tion these figures.
The administration, foarful of the do-
feat of Bcvcridge for congressman from
the state at large, is Bending troops into
Cook county to control tho election.
This is an outrage which should bo re
sented by the electors of Illinois. Ev
ery voter who has not lost all lovo of
liberty and all regard for tho legitimate,
rights of the state of Illinois, should
go to the polls to-day and rebuke the
military interference- of Grant with tho
affairs of Illinois, by voting for Hayes,
tho democratic candidate for congress.
Mn. Miller does not desire tho of
fice of treasurer and assessor of tho
county. Ho could not attend to its
duties, and would be compelled to hire
some person to assess the property for
inn and do tho clerical labor of tho of
fice. He desiros tho office only because
10 wishes to havo the county moneys
deposited iu tho bank of which ho is
vice-president. Thero is nothing wrong
in this, but sinco the pcoplo do not elect
a banker aud do elect a treasurer and
assessor they should vote for Martin
and not Millor.
It is important that democrats should
not forget this is election day ; and, re
membering the. fact, they should vote I
Mehtz, of Mound City, a gcntlo-
mau who has no good qualities of head
or heart to commend him to his fellow
citizens, is the candidate of the repub
licans for senator in this district. Ho
is a riot-incitcr, a dangerous man in
any community, and, as Honator, would
reflect discredit upon his constituents.
Judgo Bowman, his democratic oppon
ent, is a man of considerable ability
and a gentleman. Everybody who
kuows him respects him, As senator ho
would bo a faithful publio servant, aud
would be a creditable representative, in
any body, of tho most intelligent con
itituency in tho titnte.
A KENTUCKY statesman bv tho
name of Dixon favors a 8;xteouth
, . . ... ..
amendment to tho constitution of the
United btatca, embracing two proposi-
nous, i no nrst: mat tno judiciary ol
each otato shall be free, and that con-
gross shall pass no law subjecting any
judge of a state court to a penalty or
punisiiiuoiii lor any opinion, oruer or
judgment upou any judicial proceeding
IirflnMjli.. U .
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Ural or state officers Khali be free, and
in nowise subject to military interfer -
I ueo on tliu part ot the teueral govern -
Tiik military occupation of Chicago
continues notwithstanding tho protest
of (lov. Palmer. Additional troops
have beon ordered to the city. A diB-
...i..i. r.. Q...!..n..i.i .1... i i.i
rv.,. uum uiuiuiiuuu, uuieu nil, Ml
stant, says that the actual object of tho
administration iu sending the troops to
Chicago just now seems to bo to use
them iu influencing tho election for cou
gress at largo to-day. Somo of
llw. 1, ...... . I!. i:... . . I i. i
w.u uu.uv uinmiHr, uro im.j "O'""'
cratic. and. if n vntn inn bn nrnvnntml I
,,, tho J,.MJan nP ,,nr.L l
. w,....B, .... ,u
publican candidate, ia certain. It
seemu pretty cortain that this is the ox
planation of the late military move
It is the duty of every democrat in
Cairo aud Aloxandcr county to voto to
day. If thoro is a general turnout of
tho democrats of Illinois to-day, tho ma
jority of the party will bo at least 20,
000. Tho domocrats of Ohio owo their
defeat iu Oetobor, not to the strongth
of tho republican organization, but to
their failure to poll their full voto.
Look at these figures : The voto for
Noyes, tho republican candidate for
governor, did not exceed 235,000. In
1807, four years ago, tho democracy
gave Judge Tburmau 217,000 votes.
Even in 1808 they gave Horatio Soy-
mour 238,000 votes. With the natural
inereato there must bo 2r 0,000 demo
crats, at least, in Ohio. 'Where would
Noyea have been if this democratic
voto, or even thoso of 18G7 nud 1808
had been givcctohimV If iu 1870
the democrat!', voto iu Illinois had been
ns largo ns it wa? in 1808 Logan would
havo been beaten for oougrcs?man-at-large
:J1,00() majority. These facts
show how important it is that the full
democratic voto should bo cast in Illi
nois to-day. Tho democrats of Cairo
and Alexander county should not fail
to do their duly in this regard. Turn
out find vote!
Gov. Palmer's letter to tho attorney-
general of tho state, instructing him to
havo proceedings commenced against
Gen. Sheridan and Frank Sherman for
tho murder of Col. Grosvenor during
the time of tho late military occupation
of Chicago, will receive tho hearty ap
plause of every citizen, republican or
democrat, who has any regard for the
rights of person and property and tho
independence of tho Btato ,Col. Gros
venor was killed by a young man who
had been mustered into a military com
pany, recruited by Sheridan and Frank
Sherman without authority of law, aud
they should bo held responsible for the
wrong which undor their orders was
done Sheridan had no right to estab
lish military law in Chicago, and in this
way suspend tho operation of the con
stitution and laws of tho state, aud su
percede the authority of tho officers of
tho law regularly elected by tho pcoplo.
If his act in this regard should be jus
tified, what assurance have tho people
of this or any other state that tho gen
eral of the army of the United States
may not on any pretext occupy any
city with troops ? And if the general
or lieutenant-general may do this, why
may not officers of lower grade also fol
low the example ? If Gen. Sheridan
had the right to recruit two hundred
men and swear them to obey his orders,
even to the murdering of inoflfonsize
citizens, why may he not recruit an
army ? The act of Gen. Sheridan, un
less rebuked by the courts aud con
demned by the people, will establish a
dangerous precedent that may result in
military usurpation and tho loss to tho
American people of their liberties.
IffirTho resignation of Gov. Bullock of
Qoorgia ia the result of troublo3 that havo
long existed in tbnt state, and tho rumor
ot his prospective flight is not improbable.
Loud complaints havo bcfii mado that un
der his rulo enormous dobts havo been cos
tractod for tho bcnellt of certain corpora
tions, mid that tho funds realized by tho
issuo of stato bonds havo boon misappro
priated. Gov. Uullook is charged with tho
application of corrupt means to procuro
stato aid for enterprises of doubtful stand
ing, nnd with tho misappropriation of tho
public funds, Ono of tho most prominent
of thoso transactions win in connection
with the Albany nnd Brunswick railroad.
It is said that Gov. Bullock had bonds to
tho full amount of tho state aid voted to
that road, amounting to over $5,000,000,
signed, scaled, and delivered to himself,
notwithstanding that tho conditions upon
the grant had been made wcro not com
pliod with, nor likely to be. At the last
accounts the superintendent of tho road
had loft for parts unknown, while its em
ployes were said to bo toizlng its prop
erty of every kind, oven to tho rolling
stock nnd ottlco furniture. For tho bone-
11 1 of this road alone bonds huvc beon is
sued by tho state to double tho amount of
tho dobt of Georgia at the end of the wnr,
Tll governor is charged with fraud In
llng tho state railroad to Senator Cam-
oron nnu aecroinry ioiano at less man its
fr vMuo -,,' legip(ltur0) now in
L0SSlolli i,a8 a democratic majority, and
would undoubtedly have impeached tho
governor among the first of its acts, had
ho not saved it tho necessity by tendering
"u resignation and leaving tho state,
Bar.Mary Kllzaueth Ilraddon, who Just
now- seoms to bo nt tho head of tho inter
"nal movement ,n Kngland,
was born in Sohn Square, London, In 1837
Her father was Mr. Henry Braddon, alaw-
,or of some talent, who wrote numerous
1 articles for tho sporting magazines of
1 twenty years ago. Mits Braddon com
I menced literary work at an early ago, by
contributing aontiinontnl Dootrv. nolitirnl
squibs, parodies, &c., to tho periodicals of
tho day; and finally found hor approprl.
ato flsld in tlia domain of sensational n.
"?B"ce- T1,u l,c,t known nd ,nMt ,ncrito
rlous of her novels am "Lady Audley'i
- on,,rnt .. u A vi.,.l uii" TV..
W.. .Iohn MRrchmon;., Legacy," and
"Only u Clod' but thoso constituto onlv
a small portion of tho volumes which have
- "own fom ll0r VT0 rn. Sho has also
7"en ino "ove Arcaaia," a com.-
"i""" I1"".""" ' n"i iwini ataiiunru
thoatro in 18G0.
I A Connecticut paper tolls of a mid
- .1 .H,.nrt ...1 ml whn .nnln. l.,l
Lt ft window tossing a ball, hold out bis
- hands for a catch. The mute invitation
- was graciously accepted, and tho' youn
lady's aim was so much batter than -tho
egg that the catcher hastonod away to
chango his clothes.
fjfir In Hamilton, Ohio, a few day
since, a fee of twenty-five cents was col
loeted from nil porsons who entered
church for tho purpose of witnessing
marriage. Tho monoy Was given to the
young couple to start them iu life.
tSf A South Carolina paper ad viaos th
abolition of tho pouiteutiary, and tho sub
stitution of the liuli, the pillory and brand
lug for minor oll'onscs, nud suggests that
more serious crimes bo Indiscriminately
punlsliablo with death,
-lt costs Spain $02,000,000 a year to
hold Cuba, and sho hasn't got much uf a
Tt is important that democrats should
not forget this is election , day ; ttnd,r(
memherutg the fact, hey should vote I
8- Tito drlror of tho hoarso heard Mr.
Jauios Hlckoy, of Ulrmingtoii, Ph., I ck
his collln lid just as his funeral procession
entered tho cemctry, and In accordance
with his wishes (ho last rito was changed
to n right about,
tST A gentleman In Massachusetts in
his prosperous days gave his town a tract
of land forn publio equnro. 'The squaro
still bears bis name, while he, penniless
and friendless, is an itnnato of tho town
KSfCnreful obforvcrs in Kuropo nnd
tho United States, says n recent wrltor, ex
presses the conviction Hint tho time is nt
hand when Hie first aerial voyage, as dis
tinguished from aorial driftlmjln balloons
will bo accomplished.
IA deputation of Americans waited
on Minister AVashburne, in Paris, nnd pre
sented him a service of plate, ns n recogni
tion of his services to his countrymen dur
ing tho soigo under the Commune.
t& A render of an article In an
ovangellcal weekly on " Converting Unit
ed States Fivo-twentics, " says ho bolongs
to a missionary in that Held, nnd thinks
he should cleave unto his flock.
W3 Tho following advortisument ap
peared in a London papor : Discipline-
Wanted, thensslstanco of a kind, judicious
Indy, used to girls, and Accustomed to ap
ply tho birch rod.
IfiyTo-doy Is election day in the follow
ing states: Now-York, Now-Jorsoy,
Massachusetts, Minnossota, Maryland,
Wisconsin, Mississippi and in tho Terri
tory of Montnnn.
Tho government architect, Mr. Mullott,
is reported to havo said that ho knew of
but one tiro-proof building in tho United
States, and that was tho appraisers' stores
John "Waro, twlco convicted of raur
dor in tho second degree, for killing his fa
ther, in Camdon , N. J., bas boen sen
tonced to bo executed on the ISth of I)c
Garibaldi having invested his mon
ey in Italian bonds, their decline has ren
dered him unablo to pay n mortgage on
his Caprcra home, and it will havo to bo
&Tho experiment of using naphtha
for fuol in running a locomotivo is said to
bave been tried in Itustia with a saving of
fifty per cent in both cost and weight.
fffir The " Pilgrim's Progress " has
been translated into Chinese, nnd ono ef
the illustrations represents Christian with
Iffir-They do say that tho Archduko
Louis, brother of Francis Joseph, is en
gaged to tho Princess Frederica of Han
over. ftayTho New-York Herald mildly calls
Brownlow ''that wrathful and remorelcss
old mouthpicco of sulphurous satanisrn,"
86y-ot half the usual number of lot
tery nro written in Franco sinco the high
postngo law hns gono into oporntiou.
With it gloomy aMriiilaniH, low Nttlr
tin' depri'HHlon, 1. voluntary emlMMSoa,
loasor MFiucn, upcrmntorrliaea, Ion or
power' tlaay brml, loaa of memory,
and tliroiiieued Ininrtence and IMbe
ellllN. and a loverelicu cure In Mum-
pbrey'a Homeopathic Nneellle No
Twciity-elKht. Compoied or tho mt valuu
uie mini unit poiont iiiraiiTes, iney smuo a
ande nt tho roots ot the matter, tono up the eyi
tern, nrrent tlieillchar;ei, nnd impart vlRomnd
anergy. lllo nnd vitality to tho entire, man. They
havo cured thousands of cases. I'rlce, $5 per
tmckigeiof tire boxes and a large tl vial, which
very imnonaui iu nusiinaio or oiu casuM, or i
rilriKle Loi. Bold by all dni8glst, and (tent
million rauehit ol Drice. Addrenl IiumDhrev'
Hpecillo Homeopathlu Medldno Co., Wl Broad
way, V. Y. P. SOHUII.
nugioiitfuwawiy AK"tUi v.uru, iiiinum.
THE NEW YORK
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ror xiinrivr iierioui 11 i:r inomn
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Or we trill Ktmd thn IuIIovtIdk ueriodicnla to
auuicriuern, In cnnneelioii with tlie JWtning fiH,
v uie prives uaintm i
Eenini I'oat. Etenlne I'ost.
Harper's Weekly.. ..JI w tw
iiarper a iiAcar 4 ou t HO
Harper's Magailne 4 Ml i; eg
Kvory Baturuay t, w t to
Atlantic Monthly 4 IX) 0 50
Our Youbr KolkH :t 00 4 w
bcnbner'n Monthly 4 M i, no
Tho (ialniy 4 0U r, M
The Axrieulturint :i w & oo
Hearth and Home J 70 o .'.'.
Chrimiun Union a m c ci
To each subtcr.ber totho Kvrnmo ittand Chrit'
film Vniun for ono year will bo sent two exquisite
French Oil Chromon, entitled "Wide Awaka" and
"Kast Asleep," hlh are worth at retail 110 for
For 25 cents we will send the Weekly Erenlng
Post from now until January 1, or for M cents we
will lend tke semi-Weekly I'ost during tho samo
free4'01"0"1 Dl5mlH,r" of "l0 Kvc""ig Post sent
Address WM. O. IIHVANT, 4 CO.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
CiVIL AND HhCIIANJCAL
BXU1NEEHS AND AltCIUTKCTS,
flrou' lliillillnir, corner Eleventh Ktr
nud Commercial bvc Cairo, Ilia.
PLANS AN!) SPKCIKICATIONSforallbranchei
X or tirli fciiglnecrinB and Architecture, such
a Maps (or Counties, IJislricU or Corporations,
Plans and Calculations for Steam and Water
Power, lor Industrial Establishments, for Iron,
s one or Wooden llridges, for Churches, Cour
Houses ftud olbr I'uhlio liulldings, Businem nd
Dwelling. Honses, Collages, etu, etc.. iurnlshed
bhnrlt notice, iSStfin
COMMINNION AND fOUWAUIUNO,
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucrcscors to E, IJ. Hcndrlcki ,4 Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
AKSI'llral Adrancei im , nriisW
Am prornriMl to receive, (lore nni urworil
rrelKliU to all points nnd liny nt.il
sell on cornmlB.ion.
rBulutM attended to promptlr.
H. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AOKNTS ron FAIHUANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Lkvkk, CAIKO, ILLS.
Z. D. MATItUSS. C. C. UUI.
MATHUSS & UHL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE,
'o. Ol OHIO i.f.vki:,
Deticeen Fourth A Sixth Stt., CAIKO, IL!..
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEB3 IT il3
Ckment, Plaster Tahih,
Corner Eighth Htreet assd Ohio lvr
JOHN B. PHILLIS,
(Huecessor to Parker ft Phl'.lis,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE;
W.Stratton. T. Hlid
STRATTON & BIRD,
(SuccosHOra toBtratton, Hudson A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
tar Agents of American Powder Co., and man
faelurera agents for cotton yarn. Jy7dt
R. SMYTH & CO.,
A'so, keep constantly on hand a most com
plete slock of
SCOTCH AND 1H1HH WIIIHKIKS
(5 I N H ,
Fort, Madorln, Shorry and Untnwbii Wines
T 8MVTII 4 CO. seTTexcluslTely for cash, to
jlxi, which iaci iney invito mo ospeciai atten
Hon of close bargain buyers,
Bpeeial attention given to Filling Orders
OUKi, p'iipt.leti. briefM. catnlon uoi. new a
papor4, u llt, n. every variot y t e&UD
(iuviu uuiibfMitua fur, nrnt pr u iniir b
y ecsijutoj. m the uultutiu b ook. cbj
m n ii'i-i iriiinj; rnnvi iny vim
COUNEIt HlXTlt and AVALNUT-ST.,
(Kntmnce on Hlxth-M.,)
J?:ftS;!ftlekf L'INCINfATl, OHIO.
OAKK8. CAOr & CO. Pronrletom.
o m a
S3 hh -a
,'or. WanhlnRlon-av.aml lllli-t.,
W. O. OAKY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAK ER,
w -a ' 3
5 t 2p
S g 5
J s 5 t ?I
a ' ' r o
r $ i ( Sao
R 5 is
P 3 S 1
M .5 w S
i i -
SALES ROOM, No, 13 SIXTH STRE
CAIRO, I I.LI KOI S.
SAVE TWENTY PERCENT
lly buying your
WaliliiKln-nv., i'nr'oalnm IIkiisi
Meosrs. Kichholl ilrnlheridtilro to Inform the
citliens of Cairo th.tt Kiev are. maniilsclurluu all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and for Kale, at
WIioIpniiIv mill IIcIhII,
II kind, ami wll rontlnim to keep nl Ihelr
8ALKS ROOMH, IN THKIU NKV? J I IT 1 1. 1 I N'(l ,
Every dlcrlpllon of ehe.ip nnd eoitly liirnlture,
WMarblo Topped Iltlreaiiii,
srWanlrolio, Sola Chairs,
Bofaj and Matracaea,
AsrI.oungrs, etc , etc.,
Which they will guarantee! to acll
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can be bought from any other dealor In
tho city, dive them a call and satiny yoiir-
P. L. HUYETT, & SON,
Importers, Manufacturers nnd Jobbors of
Briu nud tiermn NUver
No. 25 8. Tuiiid Strict,
ooIWSin, NT. I.OFI8.
I'AUL O SUHUH,
it i: .11 v i: ii.
NO. IDS COMMKI1CIAL AVKNl'E
M'lilllnlr Old NiHiiil.
Orr-oAiTK Atiiknkum, - - Caiiio, 111.
Pays artleulr attention to filling all phTMi lan
nnil family ireerldloii,
A L L P A T U NT M EDIC N ES
worth hsvlnf, Aunt for
KltKMH FKVKK TOUIO,
Warranted the beit Kcver Killer known la I Mi
NO CURE-MONEY REFUNDED
BUCHU AND DANDELION,
An eicellent remedy in all dlteaieaof tin Kid
ney, equally, an pooil or letter
than llemliold'ii, and lor
alio Aiuxr roa
If nmplirey'N If meepkatlile Stprflflra.
II Ir well selected slock of
Of every description cannot lw
surpasied by aiy estati
llhment ol tbe
kind In the
Oiiirlrriil .Miiri li 31, ISOtl.
CITV NATIONAL HANK, .CAIRO
A. It. HAPKOltD, President!
M. TAH.OH, Vlce.pretideut ;
W. II VnHJP, becretarv and Treasurer.!!
P. W, Haki-hv,
K. II. Ktui kii I.TH,
Pail (1. Hrui'ii.
H. M. Cl'SMM.HAM,
W. P. INi.LiDir,
J. M. PniLLir'.
UroallH of any Amount Krcr I cd f rout
Ten 4'eulsi t)iwartl.
fNTKKEST paid on deposits at the rate ol sic
J. percent, per annum, March Island Beplcra
bcr 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is raided linm
dlalely to the principal of the deposits, thereby
gmug ineui compouuu inieresi.
HAlUllr.Il WOMEN AKD CIIILDRKrf MAY
SO THAT NO OHt (UK CAN DIIW IT.
Open every business day from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
nnd faaturday evening lor HAVIM1 DEPOSIT
only, from 8 to 8 o'clock.
auutf W. HYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, Preiblent;
A. II. HAFFORD, Cashier;
WALTER IIYHLOP, Assistant Cashier.)
SrsAia Tavlob, ifomaT IT. Cl'nmjiqhaii,
Bt'OTT Wmir, W. P. JlAl.llDAr,
Gro. V. Williamson, 8ti piikn Hied
A. II. fiinoHii.
ExrbniiKPt t'oln and Fnllnl Nlalca
noud IloiiRlit and Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK'
DANIEL I11IIU), President;
HOIIEBT W. MILLER, Vice .President ;
O. N. HUOHE.4, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCIIANOB, coin, bank note and United
States securitlea bought and sold.
Interest Allowed on Time Iieiwliai.
I. & E. GREENWALD,
Flour ondOrlst Mills,
Tho "Tupper" PatsntOrat lar
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