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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1871.
JOHN II. OUnilt.r, rMHomnd PublUhrri
MKDNKS JIOKM.VOi Nv' " ,871,
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On. ZVi""' ,,n0.
rfl, Bei.rwmt.Vive in Ooo.rusJ for the State-M-
S. S. HAYES.
WILLIAM G. 330 W.MAX.
f or Treatirr;iinJ Treasurtr.
JOHN T. HELY.
A nffiii.Nti spiritual paper calls Mrs
Woodhull "Queen Woou.iu.ll." Spoil
ing it " would hit tho mark pre
FitEti. Doi'fii.Ays has becu unani-1
inously nominated in Rochester, New
York, as tho republican candidate for
St Lnns wants a new railroad to
the cait -"a tliric loot .sir inch gauge
' double track, equipped with sis thous
' ami cars," is what it wants.
fiooi) stuff for a female politician :
Mrs. Wallace, of Minnesota, who broke
her leg, but wouldn't let her husband
hear of it, because she didn't want to
interrupt the political (-tumping tour ho
Tun women-women of New-York
city, to enforce their claims to being
registered, arj quoting ecripturo to the
registrars. These are they who
' wret the scriptures to their own do
Dn. HoiiEitT Stewart, of Dablin,
is composing tho music to aiij odo by
Wellington Guernsey "A Tribute
'from Ireland to America" for the
"World's Peace .lubilec," to he held at
Y ton, next .June.
vy-- the New-York World: "If
'in-1 u id his corrupt tool, Murphy,
'eh u!a carry New-York, the domo
cru'ic pirty of the nation may hang its
' harp on the willown ami fit down by
the waters of Babylon and wcop." Tho
be'ter plan would be to get up from the
slough of despond and huny the rascals
wh'Mc di.-honosty made the loss of the
Empire State poaaiblc.j
'flic editor of the Milwaukco Arcic
had an interview with Carl Schurz not
long ago, and tried to convince him
that hia belief in tho reactionary ten
dencies of the democratic party is un
touud, but Schur. was headstrong and
refu-ed to he convinced. The AVic
accept what ha been called the "new
departure" theory, but objecfH to giv
iug up the deiiucrjtie organization.
A i'K' l.vi. from Sprinfield says:
"ti ivernor l'almcr is meparin" a mcs-
' n'e t.. l.tv lieiuri) the legislature
win -li litecu on tho Kith, in which the
i-ijtwver?y between hinicclf and the '
I -1 States authi ritio?, to"ctherwith
cirreapondeueu between him mid
'lit; major, and other, relative ro the
Ury occupancy of the citv durinc '
mc lire will occupy a conspicuous '
Ir U believed tW v
ha left Salt l.alo City t0 return no
....... . . h'""" luul,o
in re Aeeomnaniedbv
n-.orihi.Nauvnr.l.v.in., i,..:... ,
I"-' Wil l vm-v hi wirt !,..,. I. a .
.r lrefro-hmnot ..ft,ilf.. ,.. " , ,
. . ' urii uuruern
" territory. His nu.nerouK family
ftUWnd; and, with .t p.
Mc.it fear of the law as anv l
l"gu,lHt, the Mormon chieftain is has-
tcninK lrom its puuigUinct
. 1 .
liiK Ucrmau Arctic expedition did
1! . ,.iycT tle P eca after all. n
latl wiueu i ratfler ,llfirlir.,!,1(. ,
",y 19 01 Uw.'lttm who made f,uch nu
outcry over the wjw u s
praotioal, KCiciitihc luAViianni i 1
1 ' ,u'ual, sho hati
tut linn I fnf Littilitiw.til .
' v' ". ..iiuiuis the too.
....fiill.w. ,.l.t: !,. ...I t.. .....
cover wan an ope. channel heuuen
hpiUbergcn and Nova Zcinbla, whid,,
...a oiuimiuu iniarh. me woru.i
lBjt lMbly lead into an open polar
Hca It remains to bo proved that
that tliu el, 1 ,
" "" anyining moro
than a temporary opening through the
ice and that n cond expedition may
not find It locked as FCt.uvclv us n'
other part of the Arctio ruus,
DuitINO the ncgotiatioiiH, vihlcli
e to the conclusion of tho treaty of Yer
Milieu, early this year tho French made
.(rnminin nfTnrls In mivn Mc( lo France
Tliuy' offered a voiy forgo s'"" f
money for it, nml M,""v
proposed lo cclo lo Ocnnnny
tho E.cneh colony ol Pondi
cherry, i.. Indn, or the 1-rcnch posse.
sions in ftcl.1- '' " !!'"
1IiaroM.o-ver,rced ,d . .a oflo
on (ho ground umt utwn. .u..v, ...
. .nisl rcnort lo the Emperor A il-
Ham, had rcprcicnlcd the possession of
Mcfz as iiidij.cn?iuiu lor inc immury
security of (lertiinny. It is icporlcd
that Prime Hiswarck lias now oiiercu
to retrocedo .Mctz to Franco for one or
the other of the mimed colonics in the
cast ; but the rumor probably grows out
of the fact that the French official re
port about tho negotiations at Versailles
las just been published.
Qijkkn Victoria is said to hen spir
itualist by somo of the believers in that
faith. She has never declared herself
so, hut sonio enthusiastic spiritualists
pay .'he shows it by her actions. Sho
believes the spirit of Prince Albert to
be always with her sho orders a knifo
and fork placed for him at her tabic,
and has nil the different courses of tho
meal placed before hU empty chair, and
tdio has his boots blacked for him every
day and set down at lus .door. Some
vriso English statesmen have seen in
these actions evidences of tho failing
mind of the widowed quoon, while the
progressives on this sido of tho water
believe them to bo tho signs of her re
ligious faith. If our spiritualists wcro
to tend n delegation to inform tho Brit
ish statesmen that what they mistake
tir iiminlK' ia Kim til v roliirinn. (lip
I v .j -- I J D 1
whole complexion of English politics
might be changed.
Pooh South Carolina 1 Sho has been
under radical rule for half a decade and
is now as near tho verge of ruin as she
cau get without toppling over. She
might have recovered from the ravages
of the war, but the blighting influences
of radicalism have withered up her
substance and imperiled her prosperity
for many years to come. While the
administration have been straining at a
gnat in tho shape of the ku-klux, the
pcoplo of the state have had to swallow
a dozen camels in their state govern
ment. The most outrageous swiudlo of
tho whole big swindling organization
appears to have been perpetrated by
tliat wing of it which has control of tho
affairs of South Carolina. Twenty mil
lions of dollars worth of state bonds
have been fraudulently issued, nego
tiated, and tho money is now eafo in the
pockets of the radical stato officials.
Gov. Scott owns to having had the
bonds printed and issued, but makes
no further explanation. It is known
that they wcro turned over to tho stato
financial agent. Tho fraud is so stu
pendous that tho result will bo little
short of Mate bankruptcy. If South
Carolina ever escapes from the evils
that oppress her, from within and from
without, she will have to take the first
stop by purging every trace of radical
ism from her state government. This
is the disease that afflicts her, and until
she is cured of it her caso is hopeless.
The republican papers of the Btate
arc alarmed aud indiguant because Gorr
Palmer, prompted by a sense of duty,
has instituted proceedings for the pur
pose of procuring tho punishment of
the men who are responsible for tho
death of Col. Grosvernor during the
time, following on the heels of tho great
lire, when GenSheridan, setting asido
tho constitution aud the laws of Illin-
'hj constituted himself military dicta-
U)r01 -"cago. A lew weeks ago lie
waH 11 W1SC lawyer, now his former eu
'0S1Kt - s denounce hun as a dolt. "Wo
!,SiiUr0 Gov. Palmer, most seriously,"
SilJ'rt t',e Chicago Pott, "that ho is on
ni0 wrong tack in making liimselt tlio
'high priest of punctilio. Ho will not
even get a heariug for his strange de
maud." The dangor now is, that Gov.
Palmer may be swerved from tho nath
wl,ich 1,0 1,u9 l),acc'1 h' fect- IIis
iWtrinna urn nrllin.lnv I.., ,n!,.li !
I " ... .,..b,..) ...
deed, make good his right to bo looked
UI 10 us a lcao,ier 01 "icoreticai io-
,,.. ,, , .....
""""'"'J I ""viuuwun umuYO niij;
likc sound political metal-but, there
,., .. i. :.. ti
VI 7 TT e' T
f f'n J" r.
VV d' tha" GV-. 1 a,"1Cr ,a of tho
, party !, , ld nt,0U W,,5I
1,1 Brcecui "u 18 tho vory opposite
Of tll.l InnU.,... f'.., V It. .1
a"Jdoes much; ho in all that could bo
tmrri intellectually, and if he hod an
Andrew .Innknn l,nlU. .
da' of Andrew Johnson btubhornneHS
ll0 woulJ illimeJiatcl t k l . . J
.. tit H , :
u"e ol tho recotjuizcd leaden of nubile
Mmtiment. .nt hn 0;.l i. 1 .
uiy deficient iu Btability of detonuii.a.
tion, his backbone having run to brains
The danger therefore that the covl
nior win not i.t wi- .1.... .. ...
Uhn tho ,-tor.n of abuse wl ieh
"'ady gatlioriiig over his head - l,f
... 1.,..,,. 1... . "
tho kicking point ad go through th
inii.eiiditig fight lor mato rights "with u,
' htifl" upper lip."
BQrTlwi'ope line hlthcito refu.,.a to
continn tho appointment of the Arch
blihop of Tours to the Archbiiboprlo of
f!Ml. aHhough vrllliuu to confer that noil.
'"'iwcmi nun 'Uieaimi
cotirc, lio hai announced, will bo tnkon
wlicnovor n Ffcncli blshoji dice. This is
in direct violation of tho Concordat con
cluded with Napoleon I., which provides
Hint tho Popo almll bestow his "Invcstl
turo" on all bishops appointed by tho
French government, unless ho can adduce
against thorn such reasons as will bo recog
nized by tho French govornmcnt. Lets
than one-third of tho high dignitaries of
tho Catholic church in France nro ultra
montancs ; tho largo majority of them liavo
been vigilant guardians of the privilege
of tho Galilean Church. If tho l'opo pcr
slsls In violating the Concordat ho may
mcot ft storm in Franco as violent as that
now rnglng agnlnstjiim in Germany.
ftaTlt is but n few weeks since the Em
peror of Russia assured a deputation of
Lutherans from tho Baltic provinces that
they should no longer bo persecuted by
tliu Greek church. Tho ministor of public
worship appointed a commlttco of inquiry,
of which the Greek Bishop of tho diocese
of Wga, l'oton, was president. Their re
port to tbo Emperor boldly asserts that
tho Luthoransin theso provinces havo not
been persecuted at all, and that their com
plaints are groundless. This has aroused
profound indignation among the inhabi
tants of Livonia, Ksthonla and Courland.
Thoy havo hitherto been unable to romind
tho Czar of his promlso bocauao ho is trav
elling in his southaas.orn prov
inces. Several Luthoran organs
in Gormany havo nppoalcd
to tho Emp: "or William to intcrcedo for
tho Lutherans in tho IiaHic.
ft67Tho trades-unions of Uerlln havo
nt last settled their dissensions, nnd seri
ously alarmed tho manufacturers by form
ing on association for "striking" togcthor.
llcncoforth, when ono of tho trade-unlcns
strikes, all tho rest of tho association will
do likewise Tho control commlttco of
tho association, howovor, havo the right to
determine whothcr tho proposod strlko is
opportune Tho proceedings of tho cen
tral commitleo will be secret. Tho manu
facturers of llclin have urged tho govorn
mcnt to suppress this association as Illegal:
but tho government refuses to interfere.
In forming this now association, tho Ber
lin trade-unions withdraw their concur
rence In tho scheme of tho government to
organize "courts of arbitration."
Jf Official returns from ovory county
In Pennsylvania havo now been received at
Harrisburg. Dr. Stanton, for adjutant
general, rcocivod 284,097 votes, and Gon.
McCandless 2Q9,1&1. Stanton's majority,
14,940 ; aggregate voto, 553,248. For sur
veyor goneral tho vote was: Beath,
287,045; Coopur, 207,352. Boath'e major
ity, 20,310; aggregate vote, 654, 397. For
convention to revise tho constitution tho
voto was: yes, 328,354; no, 70,205 ; major
ity in favor of a convention, 25,1'19;
aggregato voto, 398,359. Tho toaiperancc
vote was about 3,000.
BSy The American Odd Fellow for No.
vembcr is a most attractive and valuablo
issue of this popular magazine. In its
varied contents wo notlco sovcral good
stories and sketches; illustrated articles
on tho Great Morass of North America
and Newport; Letters from under a Lamp
post ; an Odd Follow Abroad ; Loaves from
a Hover's Life-log; .Scientific and Curious
Facts; Humors ofiho Day; Ladios' Olio;
interesting miscellany; correspondence
from nil quarters, &c, &c. Published by
tho A. O. F. Association, No. 90 Nassau
strcot, New York; $2.50 a year.
8SyTho legislature of North Carolina
will re-assomblo on tho 20th day of No
vember. Tho Wilmington Journal says
that "tho failure of tho convention irn
' poses upon it a responsibility second to
1 none which has over rested upon any lcg
lislatlvo body in the state." Tho debt of
tho stato has been so largely increased that
sorious financial dlflMultips are feared, un
lets tho legislature has tho wisdom to pro
vido somo immediate measures of relief.
IQT M. LottU Hlanc is looking haggard
from hi anxlotlci of tho last year. Ho in
tends to live in Paris for tho future, un
less political changes again drive him into
exile. Ho lost a great deal of pononal
property by the llres in Paris during tho
rulo of tho Commune, among which were
somo valuable manuscripts. IIo lias re
ceived liboral ofl'era to como to th's country
to lecture, but has not yet decided to ac
cept. carTho Kov. Dr. Hutlcr, of Chicago, a
Catholic clcigyman uud at ono time
cliaplulu in tho army, during a recent voy
age of tho Ounard steamer Siberia, was re
quested 0110 Sunday ovtning by tho pai-
sengcrs to preach. He conscntod, but tho
captain refused to allow It. Tho passen
gers are anxious to know whether tho re
fusal was on the authority of tho captain
or of tho steamship company.
IffiTTho apparent indifference of Chi
cago lawyers to tho total destruction of
tbo city records, and their anxiety to re
placo tho burned law libraries, looks as if
they thought moro of words than of deeds.
Igy-Fur doalcrs may mako tho north
western forest fires, which destroyed vast
numbers of valuable animals, an excuse to
advance thoir prlcos; in other words, llko
fighting or frightened folinos, they may get
their fur up.
IcjgrThousands of farms in Franco nnd
Germany are divided one' from another
only by a narrow path ; in this country
tho cost of fences is estimated at f 300,000,-
000 which is moro than we have laid out
on our defences.
t-Quoen Victoria's Christmas prcsont
to tho Kmperor Alexander will bo six
Southdown shoop from tho Northumbor
land folds. Docs sho mean to pull the
wool ovor his eyes?
Ma? Tho Cincinnati JSngutrtr asserts
that the writer of, tho articles in the St.
Louis Jltpubliean in favor of the democrat
supporting u liberal republican for presl
dent, was Senator Schurr..
AT HOME AND ABROAD,
NEWH BY MAIL ANII TKLXtlllAl'H,
Memphis wants 760,000 bales ocottom
tjulncy is talking about wator-works.
Kangoly, Me,, lias had twelvo inches
An onion bed of ton itcros In Iowa yield
od its ownor tho sum of 2,720 this vcar.
Mexico Is onlovinir hor somi-annunl rev
Montgomery, Ala., wants a nubile read-
A lady in Indiana Is seeklne her fourth
The people of Cardlnglon, Ohio, want n
Pilots on tho Arkansas Hlver rccoivo
$200 a month.
A spirituall'tlc association has been
started in Hartford.
Cook county wants to issue ono million
Anthracllocoal has been found in North
Utica. Hochcstcr nnd Oswego report
snow on Saturday.
Worcester, Mass., hail n street-car run
away on Monday.
Lima, Peru, Is to have an Anglo-Ameri
Tho Iowa Stato Asylum for tlie Blind
has ninetv inmates.
Kcddlnc, Conn., sent two strings of red
psppors to Chicago.
Minornl paint has been discovered In
Appanoose county, Iowa.
Tho reconstruction ol tho enUoiuo
column commenced last week.
Tho avallablo pollco forco of Spring
Hold, Mass., Is only six men.
A woman vole wns counted tit nn election
in Taylor county, Iowa.
Tho working parties of the Northern
raclUc ronu hnvo entered Dakota.
Marposa stock is worth thrco nnd
a nail cents on tnouoiiitr ol par vniuo.
Thero wcro eighty-nvo deaths from
smallpox in Philadophia Inst wock.
Milwaukco lina one saloon to overy
ono hundred and twenty inhnbitnnts.
Twcnty-flvo tons of crapps were raised
at Cedar ltapids, Iown, this season.
Tn Unirlnnil. nvsters mint 11 vn llinr
as much per bushel now as thoy did in
Twelvo wives sought divorces from
thoir husbands in one da', nt Louisville,
Heavy purchases of vnluitblo books nro
mado in London for the Congressional
A reward of $3,000 is offered by Boston
for tho arrest of tho murderer of Knto
A lnrecr crop of buckwheat has been
raised in Southern Iown this year than
Boston consume; seventy cnllons of
water por day for cverv man woman aud
child in tbo city.
A man in Fnvctte countv, Ind.. has been
twico publicly whipped by tho samu wo
Cincinnati propose to tiso tho waste
water from tho Davidson fountain for it
public bath houso.
A man in Memphis bought live hund
red tickets at $2 etch in r. church fair and
drew two $5 prises.
Tho mining districts of Eastern Nevada
aro now in telegraphic communication
with San Francisco.
Thero have been 14,200,327 pounds of
ton transported over the Union Pacific
Railway so far this year.
Since Soptembor 18 there have been ono
hundred and Hfty cases of yellow fever nt
With Km gloomy utlmilniitM, loiv Nitlr
IIh' tleiiri'MHlou, li voltmlitry finUsfoii.
lOHKUf NPincii, ncriiiilorrlii'u, loss ol
liower' dizzy I11111I, loss ol' ini'iiiory,
nml Ibrentpiinl luiprti'iirc nml IMIic
cllltN, null n lovcrolKii euro In limn.
pliroy'H IIoiucoiitlilc Ni'Clllc .No
Tneiity-cJirliC. i;ntn.uaol nt iho inont rnlim
Lie mllil biiiI potent curatives, they Htnko u
onilo nt the rooU ol tho matter, tono up the y
tem, nrrcut tlioUUchargei, nod Impart vlormul
ancmy, llle nnd vitality to the entire man. Tncy
have cured tliouaandu of emeu. l'rlce, $ per
iiRClism'iol five boxen and a large I- vini, uhieli
in very important lu obstinate or old casch, or?l
peraliiRlouiz. So!d by all ilrnSKiats, and cent
by mnll on touclpt ol price. Adurens lliimplirey'
Hpecltlc Homeopathic Medlclno Co., Ml llroad
why, K. Y. I. HU1IUII,
nu15iitownwly Agent, Culro, Illinois.
THE NEW YOHK
We Hill supply the Ktening Post np follows:
One year S12
Forahorter periodn jl per ni'intli
Klnule Oopvooo ear SI (in
Klvo Copies " " 7 m
Ten " " " .11 to
Twenly ' i
HlnRln (.'opy one cur S'l CO
Kln Copit- 11 III
Tell Copu-H " " yu (10
(r e will lend tho lollnulim p-rlodieaN to
(.ubseriln'ri", 111 enniu-utloii with the lUiiiiivj ib..,
nt the piKM-x mimed 1
Kvt'iiniu I'onl. i:ehltw l'of.
Harper'n Weekly 81 to ln
IIurnrv'H i.i.ir 4 l u no
Hiu per' MiiKizine I t" Ii oil
r.t ery sHiuruuy o mi n mi
Atlautia Montldv 1 no r,CU
Uur Young Kollm :i oil I .Vi
Soribner'H Jloiillily 4 Mi v no
iiiu tjiiiiixy 1 uu o .1(1
The AKricullurUt :i t t, no
neuriii una 110111c ji 7.1 0
Chriiitlnn Union a Oi t no
To each subscr.bertothe r.vtntmj bnml CVim'i.
(id 11 Union for 0110 year will bo Kent two r.iiilslln
French Oil ChromoH, entitled " Wldo Ako" and
Kant Asleep," which nro wortli at letnll SlUfor
thy it! thy it! I
ForS.' cents wo will send tho Weekly Evening
I'ost from new imtllJanuury 1, or fur&Ucents no
will tend the semi Weekly I'ost dnrliiK thu same
BBeeiincn nemberB of tho Evennm 'o tent
Address WSt.C.MtYANT, A CO.
WILLIAM VAl'MAN. COHNIIUH II AIT SS II N K.
BAUMAN & HAUENSTINE,
CIVIL AND MKC1IANICAI.
ENGINEERS AND ARCHITECTS,
UroiM' nnlldlupr, corner Klcvontli Htr
1 nnd C'miurclitl ave Culro, Ills.
PI1AN8 AND BPEOIKIOATIOMiror nil branohei
of Civil KJglneoring nnd Architecture, mich
u Uui for Counties. DiHtrictt or Cornnmtlnnu.
Plana and Calculation! for Steam and Wnter
rower, for Industrial Kstabliibments. for Iron,
(tono cri Woodea liridun, for ChureheH. Cour
lloueia"iiotner ruuno iiiinuinns, uuHlneax nnd
Dwelling Houaea, Cottager, etc. etc.. lurnialied
Hhorlt noljo. 'Sntfsn
HIDES I FURS II PELTS! 11
BuI,3ss,,I, & co.
Have opened a Hide Store InThorutoii'b Illoclt
Tenth street, whore the highest cash ppcewlil
bo paid for Hldea, Sheep I'elln, Kura and Tal
low. we will pay higher prices than wna ever be
fore paid for the same articles In thin cityi
Comeund aco tu,
oelOtl HUKNF.TT A COl
CO.WUI.NNION AMI rOUWAKIil.f H.
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LKVKK,
'. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
iSitceessori lo II. llcmlrlcki A Co.,)
Forwarding and Commission
yifrfSI.Ilieral Advnnce irt , ti0H(srrfy
Vf2Z ContlKiiir.i.nt. cii
Are i.rcfnreil to rcceii', torn nni tiiwnnl
rrciKhtn to nil points ami Imy r.r.il
tc on co'.ninl"lon.
B"1IiiIiimi nttpmleil to rninir.
II. 31. JIULEN,
GROCER and CONNECTION
No. 134 Coinincrcinl-avo.,
JIILLElt & PARKElt,
DEALERS IX FLOUil, COHN
Oats, J fay, etc.
AOKNT.S i on FAIUIIANICS SCAI.KS
08 Omo I,kvkk, CA1UO, ILLS.
7.. I). MATHUbS. K. C. UIII.,
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
DUALKUS I H
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
.o. tu 01:10 m:vi:i:,
lltlicctn 1-uurth .1- .S-ix, Sit., CAIIIO, II.!..
CLOSE k VINCENT,
M KUCHA NTS.
DBALEES I3ST XiIMTE
Ck.MKNT, I'l.ASTKIt PAItl.4,
Vh A ST E HE It S II A I 11,
t'oriier I'.IkIiIIi Strt'i-I anil Ohio I.cirr
JOHN D. PIITLL1S,
(Huccesnor to I'nrker & I'hl'.lii-,)
DEA LElf IN HAY, CORN, OATS,,
Flour, M"cal, Bran,
Con. TKNTII-ST. and OHIO LKVKK
W.Slrnll T. HJitl
STRATTON & I11RD,
(Siircesnor-i toSlra'ton, Iludnoi A Clark.)
WI IOLESALE G ROC1CRS,
COMMISSION M Kit CHANTS,
57 Ohio Lcvcc, Cairo, Illinois.
tW Ascnts of Amorlcnn Powder Co., nnd man
fftctiirer nKnntK foreottonjarn. JvTdt
It. SMYTH & CO.,
O II I o LKVKK
(iAIIiO. I I, I I .V O I S .
A'no, keep cons.intly 011 hand n unit com.
I'U'lU HtouU of
8C0TOII AND Utlfll W1IISICIK.1
O 1 N H,
l'ort, Miulorln, Sliorry nntl CatiiwLii "Wlnos
E SMYTH A CO. HoiTTixcllHlvcly for cash, lo
wliluh fact thoy invito tho epeulal utl-rn.
tion of eloio b;ir'jiiin buyers,
Special attention ijiven to Filling Orders
OOIC-), pmpliUu, lirieM, .nt.ilu uex, uown
papgri, tlx lUti, uud eyory vrlet vol etten
prill. I:i oirr.iitel for, nil prmyllynnd
II y ihiiiaI, ni the llnllotii hook, lob,
ntv,)tpir .1 1 1 1 11 ( pHtalillalimuiil
CJtAWKOlU) 110 USE,
COltNKU HIXTII Avi, WALNUT-ST.,
tljitrniipo on Hlxli..,) '
I'. .1. O.ifcM, ")
il'lV.-VieK, CIN'CINNATI, OHIO,
OAK IK, CADV A CO. IVnurlrlorn.
'ir. M'lmhliiKliiii-av.niiil lllli.sl.,
VS. O. OAKY,
PRINCIPA L IINDERTA K EH,
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Z . r . c 1
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& ?. 0
tl , -3 0 -
H Sri ii
y 5 n-
SALKS ROOM, No. 13SIXTII STUK
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
or- TJ IR, IsT X T TJ m
AVaslilntjtoii iiv., ,.V-iii-,'o-,iimi Iliniki-
' t i t k - t11
1 . i I J t . 1 '
MosnrJ. Hlelilioll llridlier,'clelre to iifuriii Hie
cllirj-nn nf Uilro Hi it thi-v am inaiiutucluriiiif all
PLAIN AND FANCY I'URNITURE
An I have now on hnml and for Kile, nt
Vliolsnli anil Itclall,
II l;lnil, nnd wil conliiiiio to keep nt their
BALKS IIOOMH, IN T1IKIH NKW 1IUI1.DI.VO,
livery discriptlon nf cheap nml conlly iiiriilluic,
ua.Cnrved lleilntea ti,
7f Mniblo Topped Ililrrnilit,
UTS Wardrobe?, H0I.1 Chairs,
A.Sufni uml MnlrntaoH,
3l.ouiigi-H,eto , etc.,
Winch thoy Hill Kiiaranteo IokuII
TWKNTY l'KIt CKNT. LOWKU
Than thoy cnn'bo bought from nny other dealor In
tho city, (live them n call and ("atisly your-M-ir.
V.h. IIUYETT, k SON,
Importern, Slanufiiutmers nnd .lobbem of
Itiass anil ilrriiwui Sllvi'i-
R A N I) JNSTH UMENTS,
No. 25 S. TiiniD Stuckt,
oel'APin. ST, I.OI'IS. MO
PAUL O SCIIUIl,
T) JR TJ G-G-IST,
it r. yt o v 1: i.
NO. 108 COM M UllCI A L AVKNl'M
WlilUnlir'ft Old Stuiiil.
Oi'pojiTp. Atiiknkum, - - Caiko, li.r..
I'ajn particular ntteotlon to lllllni? all titijiieUa
nnd fuinlly reerltionn.
tD-A."y oir, atria-no:
ALL PATENT MEDICINES
worth having. Agent for
KRIMM' 1'KVKK TONIC,
Wurranted tho best Fever Killer known Id this
NO CUKK MONKY UKFUNDED
RUCIIU AND DANDELION,
An excellent remedy In til dlceof the Kid
nejrr, equnlljr, an food or trttrr
than llemboM'a. and lor
alio aqsxt 10a
IIiuiiltlirry'M If omruptrHtlilc flprelflr.
Jl lr well selected atock of
O! every description cannot be
f-urpasteil by any eaUb.
Ilshment ol tb
kind In the
linrloril .March 31, IH09.
CITY NATIONAL HANK, JCAIHO
A. II. HAITOUIl, Premdent;
H. H. TAYI.lllt, Vk-r.prrtldenti
V. HVftl.til', rscrretary and Treaurer.y
I'. V. lUuciAT. Out, (lALiaiira.
W , U...... . ... II.... ,1 u
It. Jl. CTNMMlllAII, W. P. HllllDAV,
J, a, 1'IIILLIMI.
lyi'jiiihiin ti nMty Aiiiumii iirrriTmiroiai
it-n (.cm 1'imnru.
INTKIIKST paid on deposit at the rateol all
JL. percent, per annum, Mnrcli 1st and beptem
Iht 1st, Interest not withdrawn Is r.dded iinine
dlati-ly to the principal of the deposits, thereby
K.viiik mem i:uiii,Kjiiuu intrresi.
MA Kill ID WOMEN ANO CHILDREN MAY
O THAT SO MI IUI I'AX UKAW IV.
Oi.cn every business day from 0 a.m. to 3 p.m.
ami Sutiirday evening lor HA VIM) DEPO-ilTS
oniy, irom 0 in 0 o ciock.
nuwtf W, II TriLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HAI.LIDAY, Presideiiti
A. II. HAKKOlID, Caihler;
WAI.TKH IIYHI.OP, Assistant Cusbier.)
Hcott Wiuvr, W. 1 . IIALLIUAV,
U10. 1). Williamson, Srr.rnaN Ulan
A. II. Sirroao.
I'.xrlmiiKe, Coin nnd l'nlll Nlalca
Ilond IIoukIK nnd Hold.
pvKPOSITS received, and a general baoVlnB
1 1 uiisiueaa uone.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
I)ASir.Ii HUHD, Prealdenti
ltonEKT W. MU.IiKIt, Vlce.Prosldenti
C. N, HUOIIKS, Cashier.
COLLKCTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANOE, coin, bank noloa nnd Unltod
Stntea securities bought and told.
Iiilermt Allowed on Tiine Depoult.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour nnd Clrlst Mill,
Tho''Tupper' Patent Crat bar
MAOIIINKItYr'Ort OENKRAL PtriH'OB"