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THE DOLLAR Wl'.HKLY II1H.LKTIN.
John II. Oberly l' K,Ju'''vl ""
scrlption rnc or llif Wn-kly Cilro llnllctln l
Oru Dollar rtr " 'ik'C 11 "' 'li(i.prM w
per published In Southern Illinois.
A WOMAN N iifthijr mijutatit-jicn-cr
Senator Harlan ic at ilic capital
of Iowa, pulling the wire for liw re
The storv l'ock that the illness of
the Prince of Wales was not typhoid
fever, but that it was the cotit-equcnco
of an attempt to poison him by the in
Gail Hamilton lias written a book
on " Woman's Worth and Worthless
1 ness." She is strongly opposed to
woman suffrage, and tells foiiio .unpal
atable truths. Tlio discontented, clam
oring sisterhood might bo benefitted
tii that is possible by reading tho fc-
J l .1 ' .1.1
crci oi iiieir woruuessiieas.
Earnest friends of civil service re
form throughout tlio country, Bays the
New York Pott, " criticise the presi
' dont's recommendations on the sub-
' ject as defective in proposing no test
of competenco for officers already in
' place. If an examination is nccecsary
1 in selecting men for future appoint
' mcnts, they Bay, it is equally ncccs
'sary in determining whether men
already appointed for political rca
' sons are fit to retain office." But,
this policy was carried out, it might
necessitate the romnval of 601110
Grant's family relations and friends
eince it is scarcely possible that tlioy
were every one appointed on tho score
of competence and personal merit. Tho
rules of tho civil service commission
arc all yery well and very commenda
ble, but nobody expected the president
himself to observe them.
Oo where you will among tlio jcu
pie, says tho Detroit Free J'rcss, and
you will hear no expression of sympa
thy with, or interest in, tlio present oc
cupant of the Wliito I Ioue. 3Icu of
both parties speak of him with a degree
of aversion indicating almost unmeas
ured disgust. In tho face of all this
feeling Grant is to command a j-econd
nomination for tho position ho now oc
cupies. This is not because the pcojilo
indorse his poltoy or eonisiAcr "Vim tho
best man for the place. It will bo ac
complished by the forco of official pat
ronage. Tho people will stand buck
in disgust while the office-holders will
be active and vigilatit. They will thus
carry all the minor caucuses, the
county, the state, and finally, tho na
tional convention. .Such a result has
hardly been possible in the past ; but
the immeuse increase in the number
of Federal officials which lias occurred
since the radical party carnc into power,
has not only rendered such a thing
possible, but of easy accomplishment.
Having secured the rc-uomination of
Grant, it remains to bo fcen whether
party tics aro strong enough to induco
those who now look on him with aver-
rluu D luigui uieir mauiioou as
to support him at the polls. Ho has
nv ticiucuis oi jiuinimriiy wun the peo
ple. Iho halo wiifli surrounded the
hero has faded uu-w, the mental oh-
liquify of the statesman. Wa(hninis
tration was to inaugurate peaeo ; bat ft
has been one of aggression and war from
the begiuuing. Ho was to practice
economy; but his administration has
been tho most cxtravagaut of nny
known, especially in n time of peace.
Ho has men appointed without reputa
tion orstauding to office in consideration
of gifts bestowed, and has converted the
official power of the nation into a ma
chine for pecuniarily aiding his rela
tives through appointments to office,
lie has disregarded his official position,
and ubown himself wholly incompe
tent to tho proper discharge of his du
ties, And yet the power of official pat
ronage will rc-notninate him ; but will
it re-elect him ?
"Boston Is preparing for Its second
festival of noise. Tho liuuo buHdlim to
bt erectvLf)r the next ltohI "liibllec"
tot long by 422 feet wldo.
of 1809 was only COO feet
i In breadth. Tho height
Bg is to bo 172 feet, tho
relies which will spring
each ildo and end.
liars or obstructions
kium. The amount
ipd Boston can go
... ... r .....
nor-ciins, and nn cnttljiA&o would puss
for n solo on tlio kettle--
toT Tlio lto-. Janic 1). Taylor, 1). 1'
...It 1. ....... tl.irtlt.f nlnrttVtlintl
an oiii nnci cii-iiiuw ""i1"" ".
of Hi.lttnonil, Va., died In that city on
ClirUlmns live. Dr. Tnyjnr win born In
Kngluml, In 1803. Ills family came to this
slnlo when lio win n bahy, and nltcrw.ua
removed to Virginia, llo was settled flnt
in Richmond, wbero liu remained n citizen
until removed bv dentb, a period of nearly
half a Voiitiiry. Dr. Taylor whs noted for
sound judgment, Indefatigable Industry,
mock and loving spirit and thorough
ntntv. Ahlioimh nn ardent R.intlst, ho
I sf '
wn roi'ected and loved tiy Cliristinti
people of all kinds throughout the Mate,
KSS-Mr. K. Duller, n member of tlio
fliitn mmimIu of I.ouNlnnn, publishes n card
noerileg llint Mnrslinl I'ncknrd, of Now
Orleaii'. told him, before tlio lalu olectlon
of Uculeiiniit-tiovcrnor, that It would bo
list-loss to support "Wiirmolli any longer,
an even If ho were to bo re-elected In, 1872,
Iho oth-r faction "had tlio guaranty of tho
president that ho would at onco declare
martial law, and glvo bis political friends
all tho otllccs." Packard Is ono or tlioso
valuable officers who took control of tho
republican convention of Louisiana by
means of United States troops. His mis
sion seems to hn to Injuro tho president by
claiming 10 no in iummr menu.
BQi, In Franco, gift-making has always
scorned to mo tuo cmei
observance or Now "icars
day. The salo in Paris or sweetmeats and
bon-lon-; for presents on Iiow loan oy,
used ton years ago to amount to over w,-
000 francs; and tbo salo of jcwoiry anu
rancy articles there during the nrsi week
of tho yenr, equalled one-miartor of tho
aggregate annual amount.
Iffl-Lovy, of tho Ninth Now-York
rccimcnt band, and tho best cornotlst In
America, has made an engagement witu
Duko Alexis for the coming year, and is to
bo in St. Petersburg by March IB. llo
goes to play in tho emperor's salon and at
concerts, and will recolvo sixty thousand
francs for tho season.
Obituary Logan. Doparted this
life of sincle blessedness on tho 10th of
December Instant, nfter n lingering nttack
of tho hymeneal malady, Olivo Logan
nged forty-Dvo vcars, thrco months and
seventeen days. A'eio York Commercial
Kansas fruit not only won tho first
medal at tho Hoston fair, but a Kansas
young lady, Miss Alico Coleman, was
awarded a medal for pomological skill, be
ing nblo to rccognl.o a majority of 12
rariatlos of apples.
J, Mrs. Mary Clommcr Ames is to
writo tho momoirs of Alico and Phoobo
Cary. Tlio Iottor nnd papers loft by tho
two sifters will be intrusted t j airs, a
wl o wai ono of their most intimato
8fiy- Tho French Assoinbly is discussing
ii bill for tho relief of trado nnd commerce
by tho iiicronso of tlio circulation of th
Hank of Franco. It is supposed that a
Increase to 2,700,000 francs will lib author
ized. CSyMr. John Anthony Winfeton, ntono
time governor of Alabama, died in Mobile
on tho 21st Instant. Ho wasa man of strong
character, and was very popular among
tho people of lilsstato.
U5u There will soon bo published a
Tolumo of the novelist Ilalzac's correspon
dence, novorbeforo printed, toombraco his
'L.oturttn l.oulso sister oi llio lliusiri
tSf Oiwego, Kas., litis n ladies' brass
Imnd, composed of the "handsomest young
ladles " that tho editor of the Rtylsler
"over saw in this or any other country."
tSf" Tho high Spanish comb is coming
in fashion again, and is imido of gold, stud
ded with precious stones of oxidized silver,
of jet, or tortoise sholl.
BEu A local paper at Alexandria,
Minnesota, recoids the fact of an old mnn
being " sevorcly frozen to death " at that
Su Springfield is filling its ice-houses
with good clean ice, nnd looks forward to
delightful times in the dog days.
DSyOrneo Urcenwood acknowledges that
"man is a gtand ereu'.uro, oven if lie is a
llttlo btlngy about tlio franchise."
A Lafuyottc, (I nil) man believes
that ho was cured of nnuralia by currying
a potato in his pocket.
tai" John O. Calhoun's plantation In
South Carolina has boon, bought by n
o)r Harris, tho editor of the SHvaiinah
Vonilnj yews, was ntono tiino connected
with n circus,
JiaSPA city ujuct has bcon granted to
Atlanta, Ga., thoVonio of tho paragraph
BTho son of CIciiioiiTl. Vnllandig
ham will 6oon enter l'rinceton Hogo.
Tho city government of Vicuburg
charges $10 Tor gaming.
tti. DIu'nonds havo Increased in valuo
In tho last twenty years.
tf& A pnrasol for winter uso folds
liko a fan,
THK IlllOOKLY.N KI.KCT10.V niAfPS.
(IVom the New Voik llcrtM.)
Two of llrooklyn's fraudulent Inspec
tors of election havo boon found guilty of
corruptly and knowingly counting and re
turning Hvo hundred fraudulent votes.
By way of impartiality, ono of the con
victed enomles of tho commonwealth is a
republican and tlio other a democrat. It
was tho second trial of tlio caso, the jury
having dimreed on iho flr.t; In this
tho jury ollerod several verdicts, which
woro rifiiK'd, and finally ugrood to find
Ultimas McOilf nnd Mlchnf .1, "SVeldon
Kiillty and John Shandley not guilty,
This promises well for tho work of reform
In tho sister city. Let ballot box htuflers
everywhere know that tho penitentiary
gapes to receive tbcrn. and ono great step
to tho puritr of elections will bo made,
while a foul blot on tho republic will bo
lumblmls will worn like n mv"i m v
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY,
A 111' AT) CTnT)V
PA 1.1 AS A KAI ON. 1
iho lill 1 v countrv of Colo nnil Onio
... .... -
counties of Mlssoutl has at ono time been
u mi wi nu . i ( i minium. ty
n r.. i
.v. uviii j. iiBu luuiiu '-
.v..u,6 ... ...,5rUU,, a
ra road, wont into tho timber, nbout a
....,wv.., mu ,, ,Lii, iwii "'s
... .liu uiviiiu, jiia lulling UVLIUIIU I
as li was Known uenrs luui roceniiy bcun
a .... Ih tl !!.! 1 1 X- .1.! 1.. ! 1
EVL'il III IIIU t.t'lllUUrilUtll. lOIIlllig Ul'lllg
no aril m mm nil niciu, sovcral neighbors
tuo nc.xi morning went in search ot mm.
About thrco o clock In the evening they
loumi iiimtip ii leaning tree, thirty leet
from tlio ground, Inn, and unnblo to ex
tricate himself. After Pome trouble ho
was taken down, nml it was scon Hint ono
tool nml nnuio wero baillv torn and bleed
ing, lie said that about thrco o'clock tho
previous day ho came ncros n lnrcc black
bear, anu snot at hut inltseu him. J. ho
bear made for him with all his might.
Ho ran, and, finding tho bear gaining on
llltt! fliruu nwntf l.la vldn nml nnitl.
climbed nnd pnrtiy ran up a leaning svea
moro tree, with tlio bear following right
nt his heals. Tho top of this trco had been
broken oft nnd was hollow. Ho thrust
Olio of his leers into tho holn tn knnn dim.
self from falllnc. but soon found tlint his
leg was fast. He tried tn nxtrlcntn him.
self, but could not. Tho boar in the mcan-
lino had torn his boot off. and was gnaw-
tltr nnd Clltini? tho flesh from f hn font nnil
nnitlo. Mr. Hamilton took his noekot-
nlfo out and cut at bruin's eves : but with
onoswocpor his paw, the bear struck the
Knila irom ins iinnu, with n part of two
oi nis lingers.
Hamilton could now seo no holp, nnd
gavo up to dio, excopting to ho eaten up
nlivo by tho bear. Dut soon a huppy
thought struck him. That morning ho
had put somo salt in bis pocket to salt
so in n cattlo ho had rtinninc in tho Umber.
lie took a small li and nil nnd sprinkled it
In tho bear a eyes, it nad tlio desired ct-
feet. Tlio benr'shook his head, growled,
and went down. Ho soon returned, how
ever, but a little moro salt drovo him away
tho second time, and to Mr. Hamilton's In
expressible delight, ho trotted off into tho
That nicbl Mr. Hamilton's sufferings
wore bevond cxnrosilon. with ono lcc fast
in tuo nolo in tue nolo oi tuo tree, tun oilier
hanging out, torn nnd blooding, nnd ho not
Knowine wnai minute, tno near would re
turn and finish his work. Ho n;crlbcs the
nrcsorvntlon of his life to tho salt he bad
In his pocket, and advises everybody, bc-
loro ho goes Hunting in usage couny, to
nil at least one pocKci witu salt
(From London Eoclcty.)
Tho subiect ot sympathies nnd nntipath
ics is uxtrcmcly curious. Boyle fainted
when ho heard tho splashing of water :
bcalluer turned palo nt tho sight or water-
crcsscs : Eramus becamo feverish whon
ho saw a fish. A curious storv Is told or
n clergyman, that ho nlways fainted when
ho heard a certain verso in Jeromiah read.
Zimmerman tells us of a lady who could
not enduro tho feeling of silk or satin, nnd
shuddered when touching tno volvety skin
of a peach. Mr. Julian Youne: tells tho
story of an officer who could not enduro
tho sound of n drum, and ultimately fell
dead when compelled to hear it. Thnro
aro wholo families who entertain n horror
of cheese ; on tho other hand, there was a
physician, Dr. starKc, or r.uinourg, who
lost his lifo bv subsisting nlmost entirely
upon it. Somo pooplo havo been unable to
tnko mutton, oven when ndminlstorcd in
tho microscopic form of pills. Thcro is
tuo nf !k ninn falling down nt tho
smoll of mutton ns .f .Wived of life, nnd
In stronc convulsions. .Sir .lames Kwc.
In his woil-knowr. llttlo book mentions three
curious Instances of idiosyneracy : The
caso of a gentleman who could not eat u
singlo strawberry with impunity j tlio
caso of another whoso head would boooruo
frightfully swollen if ho touched tlio
smallest particio or Hare : tlio caso ol a
third, who would inovttnbly havo nn nt
tack of gout a few hours nllor eating fish
THK ILI.U.MINATI0NSAT UOMK.
Tho Roman illuminations in honor of
tho kind's entry wero vory splendid. Ro
mnns aro fastidious about fireworks. Says
tho London Ore eslra : Tho Piazza del
Popolo was very pretty, n fairy pavillion
of light, or n bower, rathor, tho great obe
lisk forming tho central support. Lines
stretching from tlio top to tlio clrclo of
Pall woro hung with light bouquets, bun
ches of grapes, and nil torts of pretty de
vices. An immense revolving star of Italy
nt tho baso of tho obelirk looking towards
Via del Balbunino. Corso, nnd Rippettn,
blazed with electric light. Via Rippettn
was a continuous grove of llower-larnps nil
tho way to tho scnato house. Tho Rotondn
was lighted a la Bengal and tho tho obolisk
in tho Piazza was a beautiful palm tree.
But tho Campidoglio was tho great success
or all. Tho ancient temples woro restored in
lines ofliulit produced bv innumerable cas
jets; a great star shono upon tho summit
oi i no lower, nnu mo paiaco ot tlio Senator
disappeared behind an cmbroided tapestry
whoso stitches wero colored lamps. Tlio
porphyry statuo of old Rome sat triumph
ant between her river-gods, and Marcus
Aiirclius, on his prancing charger, scorn
ed just awakening from nn enchanted sleep;
overall, tho splendid moon shining peace
fully in the deop-bluo sky, lighting up the
temples and the ruins just behind this gay
scone, to tho despair of any mortal pyro
technist. VAI.I.AMlKlllAM's CMKNT.
Kroi the New. York HeruM.j
nllundigham's acquitted client, Mc
Oeluin, though freo, iippenrs to consider
himself btill In the toils. According to
tho despatch, received nt an early hour to
day, ho fears tho vlolcnco of public indlg
notion expressed against him will again
load to his arrest, and concludes to lenvo
ii ii..... r- ... ... ,. . ,. ,i . . . ....
i iiiiiiiuiuii lurevcr ii no u niicnveu 10 some
I up hU iunnA ulVulr. Wlio vrlM atuud
In tlic wny or Ills departure I Mho judgu
who acquitted lilm blames tho prosecuting
officers of the state, and says that tlioy did
not tako itdvantago cf many circumstan
ces which might have lod tn McUohau's
condemnation. Tho only serious regret in
connection with thU nllalr is that ono of
the nblost f.ml most respected lawyors in tho
country lost his life In defending tho man
who Is now ilouounccd by the peoplo of
Ohio as a murdoror.
Tiik "WnoNo Boy.
f Krom the Ml. Csrinel Register 1
Tho Sliorill' of Gibson county, oiiu day
last wook, como to our city and arrested,
without warrant or authority, u young son
iV 0!s took ',',n to O'bson County
and lo4M(i jm jn jail at Princeton, whero
ho kojit hn, Ovor night. Next morning
ho discovered o,nt ),0 jma n10 wrong UOVi
and turned him loose, cold, hungry nnd
penniless in a Strang,, town to find his way
back homo tho best ho could. After a
great deal of trouble, tho boy was put on
tho right track by sopio one, and ho started
for this city on foot, and reached horo
nearly starved iind half frozon.
Wo woro told this, by onu who professed
to know tho facts ami only wish wo had
spaco to' say as much as should bo said
Hero is a lino chance for s ten thousand
dollar law suit, which should bo inaugura
ted without delay.
- H i i.i.
' Physical laziness is ono of tlio most de
structive vices or thu ago. It cauios "eak,
flabby, "ipoabj" bodies, which are ulwnys
getting out or sorts, and are so weak that
a strong mind is completely thrown awav
upon ono. In fact, n strong mind In a weak
body is liko a suporior knife-bhido in a
woak and miserable handle It? work-
monililn unv I.. ... .. d.l.l,. I !(.....
per over so irue. Its ciae over so keen, but
fur U'nnf. nf furtimi ... .vtnl.l W 1.
...Ml , ,i, ....- A .18.104.22.168-..-
..onii.. ... ... . i.u i
.IV WVJ llllfbll IIU11JLBIT. Jllll U1LIUL1B
fortu 10 with thnlr shnrn Ininlli.rt .lmutil
inini;oi tins simile, and sen to It that their
.... ... . v. -.i .-"--v
uouim tno iianuics wlieroby tlioy aro to
nipnngo uinl wrnt,ernu weapon, tlio liu-
,., ind-nro kept In eound-lointcd
iirmiy - rivetcu. tioricctiv c cansoa conui
' f" m"""s t" o "Oki'i'k t if,"
smrsmm I'niii.r. a sroritri.r.Tii
Itcclirycr nml Wholrnlp Iirnlrr In
wines ;and liquors.
No. C2 Ohio Lkvee,
Hn keeps on linml conMnntly a full slock o
Ulil Kentucky llaurhon. live nnil Mononcn-
held Whiskies, French llrsmlies, llollniid dm,
Ithlnenmi Cnlltornn Wines.
WM. II. SOIIUTTKlt,
' Importer nml Wliitlrmlc Denier In
TOBACCO &c CI&ARS.
Agent for Iho bi hranJw of
CREAM AND STOCK ALU,
Imported AIch of DlfTercnt Kind.
75 Ohio Lkvee,
It CAino. 1I.M.NOI9.
EL DOHA DO r
MLLAM) SALOON AND' BAR-
ISO OM. S
JOHN ATES, Profirletor.
1U0 Commercial Avenue, CAIHO, IbLlNOIrtJ
Ileatbrnntl of CalifornlaClxare Just received,
rII.MAHI saloon furnlnlied ith thu h-fit ol
fj tables', and Imr sunnlied with wlneii. llmiors
iiu i igurn ui mc inicnv uruims.
And Healer In l'oroisn ami fiomestlo
AVINKS, LIQUORS AND CIGARS,
97 Ohio Levee,
llelween Ninth nnil Tenth Streets,
i:tn Ohio l.pveo, urnr Hlono I)iot,
J. I). ZANONE, PR0PRIETO1S,
Frc.li Shell Oyster Received Daily.
Keens hvax on han 1 ll.illlrniirc an 1 Molnl
OyHlern, willed h ill lie Rlad to serve to his cus.
loinem in the lient elly.
OKNTHAL M K AT MARKET.
KOEIILER & BROTHER
Huve reopenoJ llio
1'OlMTI.lIt .mi; AT M.iiiKirr,
Uplnrpii Miilli nmlTcnlh SlrcrtH,
at.il will keep conntantly on htinil tlio lent meaU
klaiiRlilereil In tho Cairo market. They defy com.
petition, (iliu them a trial. hcpUltl4.
BUTCH ES -R
ami urAi.ru im
Eioin ii Stukkt, Bktwkkn Wasiii.votox
AND COMMKItCIAI. AVKNUKS,
AtlloinliiGT llttieiiliouse A- llnmiy'H.
Keep tho licit of Hoof, Pork, Million, Veal
I.ninb. HntlRllL'o. Mc. nnil nm nrpnnr.Kl In ..rv
vuiftriiB hi iiiu moi eecepiauie manner,
slntcher mid Dealer lu nil 11 1 ml I'rcNh
COBHER NlNtTLINTII AND I'lirUD HilltBT.
TO fcUml ulniiffhtera only tho very lieit cattle,
1J hoR anil Bhei'p, ami In prepared to till any
(leniaoil for fresh meala from ono nouml In Iimi
NO. 150 "WASHINGTON AVENUE
HftH on liuud
A FINK STOCK OF AVATU1IES,
lOLOUlis, JEWELRY, ETO.
i'nrllcular ttentlon flcn to
KEPAIltINO FINE "SVATCUES.
Tho largeit nock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATOIIES
im Tr cur,
JANUARY 3, 1872.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL "ESTATE AGENT
71 (second n.oon) omo lkvee,
Uuv and Sem, ItEAr. Kstate,
FURNISH ADSTRAOT3 OF T1TI.K
A t procra Convefnof s of Klaclr.
nOOTN AND NIIOIM.
HOOT AND SIIO'E MAKEK,
llelween Washington avenue and Poplar Hlreet
OAIIIO, 1 1. 1..
Hoots and ShneH Made to Order.
I'inv Workmen Employed.
CITY SHOE STOItE
HOOP SIQRT FACTORY
OLK AQKXCY F0
BOOTS AND SHOES
C'mincrclnl Ayeuue, Corner of Eighth
FATtTICULAR ATTENTION rAU) TO ALL OR
DERS rou uoorsKinTs and shoes.
'Pill.' TI1T1IM1III 1 VC1T1I A Vni.'. 'O
.1111 llllV.'ll II 1.1MU1U1.1VJI W.
tuttl..., JMO.V'O 00
Solicit all kinds ot risks.
ocl27tf ARent, Cairo. Is.
COAL! COAL! COAL!
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Coniinercial-av., Foot of Eleveiitli-Kt.
All Coal carefully wolshed at Iho yard on fair
FULL WEU1IIT WAUIIANTKI).
Coal delivered on Ihe shortest notice in an)
part nl Iho cl.y, cither by the half ton, ton or car
Leave order at the office on Commerclabar. a
he foot of Eleventh street, novlfd-Om.
II. T. GEIIOULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
AVntUtl Fll IM
(IAN FIXTl Itr-S,
(ias Fitter's nml I'lttinher'a material, Wood
pumps, nUihb nnd aiiKle valvtis, stop
i-nuks, cheek viilveH, etc.
also aocit rou
TultH IlrollicrH Patent Dry nn Mot tn
Ami Mnrchoune, Wells A Co'h Automatlo Watei
Indicator and Supply Vutvo for steam boilers.
WINTEn'8 1IL0CK, COMMEUCIAL-AVENUl
"mVAND NKWyiVAKS BALL"
ROUGH AND READY
.siou.lny I'.sriiliiK, JiiiMixry I, 1H7I,
As ihls company has boon ever renJy when
danger called tosavollfo nnd proiierty from tho
deioiinnn element, It U hoped that every man
wliolsnhlo to buy n ticket wil do so, nnd assist
Tho eomni.ttee of arranRements havo npareit
neither time nerexpeuio to mako this ball tho
star of Ihe neanon.
1'ntrniilr.s thn Unnshs,
COM Mil THE OF AURANORMENTi).
11. LEVY !c CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FKATIIKHH, ETC.,
93 OHIO IiBVBB,
V. L. IIUYETT, & SON,
'mportcrii, Manufacturers nml Jobbers of
UriiftM ami (Jernian Nllvcr
No. 25 S. Tiuhd Stkeet,
ocl9.Jin. NT. I,OCI8f HO,
hnrlerril Mnrrli UI, IH6Q.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO J
A. n.BAFFrmn, President;
H. S. TAYLOlt, Vice-President ;
W. IIVHLOl', becretarr n-l Treasurer.)
P. W. IlAKCLAV, Cxas. Galiomsi,
F. Jt. STocarLEtH, I'avl O. Bcmvii,
U. M. Ci'XNlNaiiAH, W. P. IliuiBir,
J. M. Pmuirs.
DepoNll of any Araoant KrcelvrU lrB
ten trnn tipwas-us.
f.NTEKKST paid on deposits at the fate ol ail
JL percent, per annum, jiarun jsiauu wiin
her Int. lnliTestnol withdrawn Is f.dded Imine
dlately to the principal of tho deposits, thereby
givinx mem compound inieresi.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CUILDRKN MAY
10 THAT NO OKI SU CAX DE1W IT.
Onon evorv bllslnoss djiv from 0 a.m. to 3 P.m.
and riiitiinUy evening lor HAVl.NU DKrOdl'iy
oniy, irom omo o ciock.
auMlf W. UYSLOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. IIALL1DAY, President
A. II. HAFFORU, Cashier I
WALTER HVHLOP, Asslstaat Cashier,
Btaats Tatlob, HoariT H. CuMxtNOHAii,
Scott Whiti, W. P. lUttiDAT,
0 to, I, Williamsox, BnruK.i lliaD
A. U. SArroan.
EzchaBKC Cola ana United HUtoi
; Bond Boaght Md Hold.
TEP03IT8 received, and a Reneral banking
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIEL IIURD, President i
ROBERT W. MILLER, Vice-President
C. N. HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANOE, coin, bank notes nnd United
Btates securities Lought and Hold.
lMtertt Allowed ob TIm Vt poiii. I
w. n. Monnic,
FIRE, UULL, CARGO, LIVE Sj
JCTNA. HAHTFORD. l'l
NORTH All MICA. PA
. . 'i
INTXRNATIONAL, Is. T.,
CONNKCTICDT MUTUAL LITX,
Assets. . ..M.OOO.q
tratxlkr'r, uartford, litr a
RAILWAY PAnHENOERR AS9URANCI
SAFFORD, JIORRIS k CANDI
71 Ohio Mvh,
City National Dank, CA1KO, ll.U
FIRE AND MARINE
i it s tj -r isr o;
NtAOARA, K. T.,
QKBUANIA, N. T.,
Assets - -..l.OOSJ
II AN OT XR, N. T.,
MPtmtir. v. T-
Assets . ..71J
CompritioK the Underwriters' Akm
tonkihh, m. t.i
Assets - ..
FIREHKN'S FUND, I. TZz
SECURITY, N. T. MARINE.
OTORK. Dwelhnzs. Furniture. Hull.
O Roes, Insured at rates as favorable a i
rrmaoent aecurllr will warrant.
I respeetlully ask ot the cltiseoi of Csl
tare ol tnelr patrooae.
C. IT. IICQHI
DOORH, HAHtf , ETC I
W. W. THORNTOI
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEI
13 TXNT1I ITXX.l
Daors, Hub, Bllnda.1
Kave Clutter, (wood) Wl
NhlnvlM, Ulae4 Ha
naak WelshU, Sn
Blind Fa I
A GENTS lor Ril
J. Bheathins FeltV
IT. W. Johr? Iral
t. now prepared to J