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THE DOLLAR WEEKLY 1ICLLETI.V.
Jeha flt Obtrtr Jt Co. oie reJueed lh ul
t riprion prK' of in Weealj Oifro Hollelln In
0t Ma-r'irru'. rnaklnc it trie cheapest p
rf?igMthM inoaihni Illinol.
A MiEiiNo hs been held In Chicago to
nSoTse tht new temperance law. It was
decided thkt public demonstration In fa
rrr cf it should ht-ld or. the 2lnd inst.
P.-micect speakers will 1 present.
Thi republics prty in Indiana, says
tbe New York Tribune, has determined to
bring to the front "new und pure men.'
How is this! Seaator Morton is talked
if is 1 desirble candidate for governor.
D.hs he expect to It born again?
PitiiiiisT GfcxST nd vice-president
Colfax attended a fair a; IMtimore the
other day. Somebody asked the president
to 'uke a chair" and he took it and car
rial h clear t. Washington to Mrs. Grant.
This ihos that his habit of taking things
hu grown into second nature He is re
i?.y aore to be pitted than blsratd.
The NttSonal Labor Reform conven
tion which meets at Columbus, Ohio, tbe
23rd of this noath, it is said will have
a wiie extended and immense representa
tion. Over 2,Oyi delegates will be present,
rtpreseating almost every district in the
cosutjr. lion. George AV. Julian, of
Indian, ti the mo. proaineat candidate
for the nomination, th piotnUUty btin;
thtt he will meet with no opsoiitioa.
Gems from the speech of Col. Gray,
ucceiflui uraat-candidate lor senator
from tie Fourth Diitrlct ofPblladelphU
"ilr friends, I owe rou rauca. i cm
grateful to you for this success. Youhave
no: dose this for me, but for your country.
Tae cation tact been savod by you. You
have suiUiael General Cameron. You
have defeated not only one who Aarc
pr ve-i himself disloynl, but you have de
feated men diilvyal to your party dis
appointed men who have turned about in
y,..r r&sks to ;h: you. I have tcent be
f.ro the ptople on the platform of the
great republican party, and I mean to
tusd by the principles of that party.
We hare fought not only the hero of I
ChaaUrsburi:, the reformers and demo
crats, bat also th cortupt press of I'hila
dtJplia, nith a few honorable execp
Thi news that Munt Hood, in Oregon,
is throwing out a dense column of imoke
and threatening an active volcanic erup
tion surprises moil eastern readers, who
know tbe mountain only as they hnvo scon
its snowy crett in the background of liicr
sUdts canvass. Mouut Hood is one of tho
several j.ki of tbe Cascade mountains
'known as the SUrr.t Nevada in Califor
nia every on of which is an extinct vol
cano -unlen thi present manifestations of
l.fe make the word "extinct" inappropri
ate Tbe other important peaks are
Mount Je!!mon. tbe Three Sisters nnd
Mount Pitt, ranging in height from ten o
eleven thousand feet; the height of: Mount
Hood it ubout thirteen thjuatid feet.
There are Indian tradition which indi
cate an eruption of Mount Hood ; but thero
exists no other evidence on ihi subject ox
pt that of u scientific observation. Tho
navura 4e4jt of every American citizen
a scale worthy of th9 nmw v,hich has
arisen around it sine Us last
Th. eye, of a gre.t
and It It km.t- ..... 1 v'
"uun t prlilc,
Tiik Ne YoPTvTT:" .. .
. . n news-
unu mat ueiay nro dangerous, and that
what the peoplo demand arc not promises,
but aclUAl reforms.''
And actual reforms are something the
republicans will never give to the people.
Tho republican party is pariy of prom.
Ises, not performances. It ii fun 0f a0.
celts and trickery. It Is lika tho whlttd
epulcher, fair without, foul within. It
has decolved tho peoplo from tho begin
ning with promises unperformed and will
go on In this way lo tho end of the chap
ter. It may, as tho noxt presidential elec.
tlou draws near, mako a vigorous ahow of
reform moamrc, and honesty In cover
mental affairs aa it mnv perhaps deceive
tho people as It U, jeCeived them bfiforc.
But thero will ha i,0 narmnnimt rnfor.n
If the Grant party ar mccoisful again,
the robbory, nnd tho fruud, whlch havo
been currlid on In tho radical prty will
.1 continue unchecked. Tho Issue Uts in
tho liHtids of tho people. Whether they
will continue tho present corrupt adminis
tration In powsr, the futtir will decide.
... I n
m .,,11 .1 .. . ,n I 11 1 1 1110 tjencrti stati 01 tho
no small degree, say.; "Th rpubi. J'""!1"1 k,r'"f' and solne timo afier nnnp
can party, as represented in the ViumI T !,"i., SU wr Department,
States senate, is now weaker in tho coun- war! He wtl! 1 u, ,V'ri"1' ll,n
try than it has been .lnce 1600. It will! tw-hed to thi lmi.eti-'JV'"?1 . years Ht-
"viiv ua Ill.na.al.. a
WaT TI10 Nashville Union and American
tells tl.o folloiWiip : A young man. about
eighteen ymr of ngo mnilo bis first visit
to Nnslnillo n few d's n,,d rofc'l9",r
f J at (he Mnxwoll. Hnvini: somo business
I, transact, nnd ninny thing lo 10
ill 11 Into hour. A sor-
vmiL lock bim to the clsvntor, nnd telling
him to roll In, went to the conductor, who
wii in on of tho parlors with n friend
WI11.11 tb'-v cfiino back tbey found the
voiinj: iiiiim lnil r undressed, nnd beforo
tbi-v had time to my nnvthlng bo commen
ced talking about tbe little room nnd the
funny bed. Bv this tlmo the elovntor had
stinted, nnd Just as it reached the lloor
l.,.vo (h vminrr man made 11 lerriwo
Kiream, boutlng, "Kartlniimkol Lord nnvo
mcrcv on me !" Tlie thing whs cxpimneci
to him, nd bottle of apple brandy re
torn! hint to hl norinul condition.
gcn.A Mobile chnpjdnyed itonncurioui
crow d of hotel lounger in thl wic: See
ing In tbe regi'ter that Gen. Spinner win in
tho city nnd stopping nt the Gulf City ho
tel, n n'umbir of gentlemen called to pay
thelf respect', nnd found to their nstonlsb
mcnt that the General wai not in, and fur
thermore, that bu had not arrived. l!e
cqursc was had, this time, to the hotel reg.
Istcr, and there they camo across tho well
known hieroglyphic of the United States
treasurer, which, upon nn examination,
proved to have been written by n facetious
chap who had leirned to imitnto to 11
nicety the signature. Tho party n:knowl
edced themselves badly sold, nnd adjourned
to the bar, where they 'smole sundry
Cf3iA petition has been sent to tbe leg
islature of Kentucky, asking for the pas
sago of nn net to prohibit tho s:ilo of in
toxicating liquors at Jlorgnntown. AH
the bar-keepers signed it but one.
The investigation of tbe affairs of the
territory of Columbia began beforo -tho
congressional committee on last "Wedncs
Tbe West Virginia constitutional
convention is holding short daily sesrlons,
awaiting reports from committees beforo
beginning active business.
Two hundred and fifty delegates at
tended the national convention at Cincin
nati "Wednesday to advocate an amendment
recognizing Uod in tbe constitution.
It is reported that a bill is to bo re
ported in the South Carolina legislature,
"restricting the time for bringing civil or
criminal actions against state officers for
acts committed while in office to within
six months of the alleged offence." This
measure is intended to shield the present
Mr. L. M. McClure, late Deputy At
torney-General of Pennsylvania, has pub
lished a pamphlet, in which ho gives n
Wstory of tho Evans defalcation, and as
serts that he wks remjvtd frsm office for
exposing the frauds.
Charlotte Cordny caps lire now worn.
The palest tinti of silk are most
Crowes lor tho neck are more fashion
able than lockets.
Long dresew for etrtct wesir are be
coming slowly popular
Medium length trains nrc tho rule
this soai-on for full druss.
Few neck ornaments are more grace
ful than tho "CVcado brenst-knoti '' of
Mine. Thiers iiisi-ts on thu abolition
of false hair jjrobubly becauc the inadum
has her own luxurious locks.
To bo arrayed in tullo is the cuprice
of our most fashionable belle, who com
prehend that it i becoming alike to
blonde mid brunette.
Ludies think it useless to pay a largo
price for certuin fabric because the arti
cle will last forever.
Soft fubrics, warm colors and the
promenade co'tume generally made of
one material nr; the distributive styles
It is very fashionable to rnuko cos
tumes suit tho style and youth of the
wearer, tbu hsirmoniz'ng nature with nit.
Ladies of forty an llfty look Very youth
ful in consequence.
A Peruvian nirgeon lias earned
almot 11 fabulous tuui by shaving ofT thu
little too of the ladies, thus making for
them 11 very small foot. Lidics look upon
tho extra little toe ns an absurd isupei'flu-
ty of nature.
CATACAZV if JifCCESOR.
Intelligence from St. IVtersbtirg stutes
that nn olllclnl decree lia been issued ap
pointing Baron Henry Nicholas d'OilVn
berg Envoy Extraordinary arid Mini-ter
lo tins country, in piuuo 01 L atacuzy. The
Huron is aliout loriy years 01 age, and is
regiirded us one of 'tho ublobt of Itussian
uinliiinutuis Ho is n graduato of tho
tnlUtury academy of St. Petersburg, unil
V ""."i? miiitiiry iiiiuir procured
at Constantinople, ,! reinuinedtt'
forth In the dihlomm,,. ll!rvipn nf
t . . '"Sf!" ;vil!l. wl'ch ho perform
bin, ' r, 1 1 1 "lc"11 '"issloni procured
" . I J i'''"''otlon. He w, sueeesslve-
SsiS Mtary .of ,U'utio t Vienna, Ulplo
malic aeni i.ari unn , d
consul-general at Bucharest and politic
11 agent of 1 u,. in ttl0 J)rtnulilrxn Prln-
.. ,. 5uuv.css umi 00111 ids own
government and tho pooplo of Rouinanla
were greatly pleased will! him.
AIlVASTAQEK OV AIlVEIlTISIMI,
. , .. ..vivuuuoi 1 e
was utterly Ignorant inserted an adver
tisement in this paper asking for informa-
lion concerning uiem, in loss than two
uuoiiir, .uiituoiing 1110 nuverilse-
ment reuencu uoin ot them, who im
mediately resiionded, Ono of thorn was
r idntof Johnson county, Texas, and
thi oilier of Plutto Grove, Cass coiintv,
Nebraska Celtimhia H'ralil
directed the inilliurv .tudl.-.V1;?"0"1'
eldest sont of ( , "t the two
sixth year ho loir,..,! ,!... if..t .!.. thirty.
In faeptctnberliist, Mr. Unci, Slmnson
a citl.ei, of 11,1. conuy, Y,l,oBfor K
ono years liad received no tldlnisst of two
01 011 sutlers, one 01 wnntin ipii..rr.ni ,
THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1872,
TUB ADMINISTRATION IN A QUAN
DARY, inn rt.ontDA AXD ltonxr.T Tiir. kpec-
TKK THAT VntOHTE.VS SKCIIKTARV MSII
oao law r.vvonnii nv caleii ctn-
(CorrosrotiJtMH! ofllio 'rr York Sun.)
"Washincito.v, Jan. 31. 'J ho nrrlvnl nt
home ports of two American vessels, winci
have tor over two mounts ueen iwitreunu
by tho Spanish authorities, first of all in
thiscountrv, nnd afterward by blockading
them In foreign ports, threatening to blow
them out of the water, and searching them
on tlie high seas, has been n source of great
aniiovntico to our nJmlnlstrntlon. 01
nil "things that president Grant
can think of just now, in fact until
after the assembling of tho repub
lican convention in Juno next, taking any
Important Men in nnv Imnortalit matter Is
the ono to bo most studiously avoided, and
tho nrrlvnl of the Hornet nt
Baltimore, nnd of tho Florida at Newport,
threaten to break tho stadia yno determ
ined unon. If these vessels wertjin pros
ecution of legitimate voyages and noiiody
Willi common sense ntid unttiiiucnccd uy
fear of Spmih thrc.it or promise of
p.misli cold think the contrary, then
hns Spain committed acts for which satis
faction indemnity, nnd security ncainst
future nggnsiun must be exacted. Not
even lo demand such appears tu bu the de
termination of our so-called secretary of
state, who might bo more nruiropriately
called n "Spanish attache.' If the
Hornet Is to be libelled and
tried for running arms nnd amuni
lion into unua, men 111 a v bpatn lay
up her tlect of blockadcrs, for she could
nut catch her, mid our administration
catches her for Spain. What would Eng
land have thought ot a vessel carrying her
flue durinir our WHr blockaded bv n Uni-
tcdStiitr.. vessel in n neutral port on sus
picion of having run tho blockade Into n
confederate port Tho possibility of her
being obliged to send a man-of-war for tho
protection of n vessel so situated is incon
Tho case of the Florida Is still more dis
agreeable to our Hag. She was libelled by
ttiu Spanish minister or his lawyer., W'eiy
stcr iV Craig, while in New York, detained
for eight months, liberated by nn order
or the court utter trial, at wtiicli the perse
cutors dared not produce tho men of whose
perjury they, .Messrs. Webster & Craig, had
teen accomplices nnd suborners; she pro
ceeds to sen, never goes within SOU miles
of the ilund of Cuba, nnd is twice stop
ped nnd searched by Spanish men-of-war.
The owner 011 hearing of tbe facts presents
a claim for damages, and culls personally
in referenco to this business upon Humif
ton Fish, who positively is afraid to see hliu.
Win ? Because Caleb Cushimr, his faith
ful mentor, and who is now secret! v rumor
ed to lean curiously to the EnglisFi accept
ation of tho Washington treaty, udvises
bim not to listen to any such claim. The
words of this legal liuht on international
law, wlion told that the owner of tho
Florida had telegraphed to Sec. Bobcson an
account of tho outrages on his ship and that
the samo account had been published in
tho Sun, aro too significant of Ilc high
hand with which the masters of tho Ameri
can people would rule matters to be al
lowed to go unrecorded. " Any telegraph
company, taid Caleb Lushing, "that
would transmit such n message should be
prosecuted, nnd any paper Hint dared to
publish it should be suppressed."
However, iiiecuesot Doth tlioso vessels
arc difficult ones to smooth over, nnd to
avoid being obliged to do anything, the
administration gang will endeavor to
humbug congres? into the belief that it is
preparing something terrible. For this
Bunks who is as fulso to Cuba as bo was
rlast year, when under Grunt's promise,
ne voieu ior jiingluni 5 amendment to his
own resolution purposely retrains from 1
reporting upon Cox'f resolution forbellig- 1
erency. Hy saya lio is preparing another,
based upon thu failure of Spain to abolish
slavery, as if wu had any international
right to interfere with slavery in Cuba.
He tell the Cubans that the administration
will take care of their interes'.s; that Spain
shall bu brought to account ; anything but
thu hone-t, open, nnd ..merican way of
acknowledging a fact for the crime of" not
acknowledging which all the trouble has
Ben. Butler, when uked what objection
thero was to granting belligerency to the
Cubuns, answers ttiut Spain would" at orico
declare war against u and that we are
not prepared lor it. Of cour.-u wo were
prepared for war with Knglai.d, when he
would have driven the country into it, in
preference t reigning the "Washington
trenty. But B. B, U sly, devilish sly. He
knows full well that Spuin would do noth
ing of the sort, but ho wants to kill Grant
before the country, and ho knows that ns
long us ho does nothing ho is dead enough
Thu ronomiuntlon of Grant is his
own nightmare, and tho furthering or de
feating It thu solu subject of every mun
nbout tho white house. Tho wonder
among politicians of experience is fand I
include tho lendliii: men of the ronublicin
party) that in tho ulready patent impossi
bility of forcing Grant upon tho party forj
aiiumur lenn, to many men apparently
link their fortunes and their reputations
be font tho country with this great Amer
ican bubble, which will surely colhipso in
June. Tho secret is, that tho time for
'linging" him bus not come, llo must
bu keiit from doing anything which might
possibility revivify his chance.
FREE LOVE IN A PUBLIC SCHOOL.
TElilllllLK DCAMIAI. IK MOKIURANIA, .V. Y,
(from the New Yorlt St.inJard, Jan. 31.)
About six months ngo charges wero pre
ferred against Mr. J. B. Moore, principal
of public school No. 3, town of Morrisania,
WesteheMer county, and a married man,
for insobriety and conduct unbecoming n
gentleman in his poiition ; but 111 consequ
ence ofs. me of tlio ehool trustees being
prevontol by an injunction from taking
any jkiu in tho jiroceedlngi of tho board of
eduction, Mr. ilooro was allowed- to re
tu lit' ins position, and tlie old complaint
was permitted to die mil. Very recently,
however, a more serious complaint lias
been preferred against him, nnd which is
creating a sensation among tho rcildents
of tho town, and moru especially among
thoso parents whote daughters liavo been
attending tho school in question.
A meeiingof tho board of education will
bo held this overling, whim tho complain
ant. tho iniiiircss, will bo examined, and
sciveral young lady tenclicrs in ihu school
"ui probably give ovidonco touching tho
' or .Mr. .Mooro toward 1110m ro-
! I. .V'y- U 1 likowise understood thut
iiin.,, ,m',lw "f tho senior cluss, some of
A NKW DUPAUTl-llK.
H'rum IIibNcw Vorlt Kvmiag l'ont 1
The coionci's jury in the case of the
shooting of tJeorgo V. Watson, of Hro,,i!.
in, iv ' iiavo rciurned a ver.
diet was dono with " mallcoaforetlioi..,t
This verdict was probably duo to thu" to,
tlinony of Mr. Stoweli, who sold her tlie
revolver. Ho said Unit tho pistol was '
houglit by a man and woman that thero
was no talk of its being a piesent from
tho woman to tho mun, mid that tho man
asked the woman if that wai the. kind sho '
wanted. Thovordlct Is notoworthy. bc
causo it hints nt tho possible punishment
of tho woman if sho Is proved guilty, lor
ob'iigtlrao women havo shot men diftd
for ono cnusn or nnothcr without appear
ing to Incur much risk of paying tho legal
pwinltv. Tho presumption appears to bo,
I- il.nl t.-linn n Wnlimll Kills
n mnn, she does It for a sjufilcleut legal
reason. Tho powor to take llfo in thi
informnl manner Is too great to bo safely
given to nny clas of persons, nnd we aro
glad that tho coroner jury in Brooklyn
has hud tho boldness to treat Mrs. Hydo
precisely ns If sho wero n man.
IS THE TTOIILP UKOWI.VU 11ETTEII?
(From the Chicago Tribune.)
rrt.n nltntiiiiln flttnliivod hi Otluen Vlc-
torla during the illness of her son recalls
I... (tin il.tntrinn nl' MtmOslloO tho coll-
.li,.i nf ll. n (liinnn nt knr'lnncl ono hun
dred and twenty years ago when her eld
est son inv living ai jjeieusicr asuu.
Frederick Loui, son of George II. by
Pnrnlinn tilt wlfi. hail for vpnrs hern nt
dsgeers drawn with his parc'nts. Hu was
. . i . ( . i t.
Strongly suspecieu 01 pioiiing against 1119
father's life, nnd the disliko of either fath
er or son was a suro passport to tho favor
of tho other. A short tlmo beforo his
death his fond mother wrote to Lord Her-
vey as follows: "My dear Lord, I will
give it lo you undor my hand, If you nre
afraid of my relapsing, that my dear first
. ,. . 1 . .. . 1 ... 1,
uorn is tuo greatest 1199, ma gr icit liar,
and tho greatest ermaifc, nnd tho greatest
beast in tho world; and I heartily wish
ho was out of it." When ho shortly
afterward, went out of It. tho joy ex
hibited nt tho court of St. James was
shameless. Tho contrast bctwecen the
eighteenth and nineteenth centuries Is n
2 2 W
WINFN AND l,miJOIl.
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TOBACCO & CIGr-A. 32.3.
Agent for the Lvit brands of
OKKAM AND STOCK ALE,
IiuiorlHl Ale r UHYcrent Klntli.
75 Ohio Levee,
M CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
F. M. STOUKFLKTII,
rccMioa rnHia a arocirLKta
Rrclirjrr nnd Wliolrsutla Dsslsr In
1'orrlKii biiU Uometitle
wines ;and liquors.
No. 02 Ohio'Levek.
HEUeepaon hn! conHtaiuly a full atock o
01. 1 Kentucky llourlion, Ilia ami Moaoniia
'' a Wlilskien, Frraeli llraaiiiia, llollaml Oin,
KMn ami ClirnrnH Wlneii jnSiui
JJapl'i relief nr younf; men Irom Hie etliciao
li .r?i Ml$. "'""en la eiilly llle. Munlioo.i re.
tu ,,, ,t''um- ''fl'lllly cured. , Impediment.
mil T" reiuoveu. i lueiiion or Meal,
ind el,,..!?. R'"' remarkaMe reinudlec. Uuoka
rew ami remarkable reinudlen, Uuaka
in u-".".."1 "enlnl eovelopea. cl
vl., 1 lilli'lelnhla., J'a. dccJUiJnij
Notary 1'ubll'c, So. Tub. and I U.8?C?.
PIKE, HULL, UAUGO, LIVE STOCK
Ata 1 J,M,504 07
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Assets 700,917 rx.
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Assets- 5.43J.M9 OC
STORK, Duellings, Furniture, Hulls and Car
eo, Insure.! at rales m fHtoiablo at aound.
Iierinanent ae-uriiy wt'l warrant.
I rr'pectlully ak 01 the ciliteoa of Cairo, a
aliare ol their patronage.
'. X. I Iff J II I s.
EL DOHA I) 0
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
IOC Commercial Avenue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Best brand of California Cluarajuat recflred,
BILLIARD saloon furnished with the brat
table and bar supplied with nines, liqu
anu tiKarn 01 me uneiii oraiinn.
And titular In Foreign and Iiomestlc
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIOARS
97 Ohio Lctcc,
Between Ninth and Tenth Slrecti,
130 Ohio Levee, aiear Klono Ilepol
J. D. .AN ONE, PROPRIETOR,
Fresh Shell OystorH Received DailjJ
heepa alwava on hand Baltimore an-J Mobi.
Oyaiern, which h r, ill be glad to aerve to his cum
omem in the l.fH ellv. dee'Jtf
COAL! COAL! COAL I
DU O.UOIN AND MOUNT CARBON
Cominercinl-av., Foot of Elcventh-st.
All Coal carefully weighed at tho yard en Fair
FULL WEK1HT WARRANTED.
Coal deliTered on the. thorlest notice in an)
part nl (lie el, , either by the half ton, too or car
Le'uvo order at theofl'c on Commercialav, I
t!;rjotof EloTtath strest.
COnniSMtON AND FOaWAHDIlfO.
J. M. PHILLIPS k CO.,
(Successors to K. B. Hcndrlcb A Co., )
Forwarding and Commission
Are prepared lo receive, aMr. n, orwj
fr.lnhta lo all points and buy atu
sell od commission.
"Bulnas attended lo promptly
U. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
Anil Dealer Foreign Fruits nnd Nutu,
No. 134 Commercial-avc,
CHARIJ:S M. HOWE & CO.,
No. 4 Ohio Levee,
JOHN U. PHILLIS SOaS
(Snccesisra la Jno.n. I'lnlll",)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.;
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
STRATTON k RIRI)
(Successora loHtratton, lludion A Clark.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
"Annt of American I'owder Co., and man
agent for cotton varii'
MILLER & PARKER,
FORWARDING 11 KUCHA NTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRllANK'S SCALES
68 Ohio Letee, CAIRO, ILLS.
CLOSE & VINCENT.
DEALERS I2T LIME
Cement, Plaster Paris,
I'll AST E R E R ' S H A I R,
Corner Eighth Nlrret nisd Ohio l.Te
F.. D. MATH US. E. C. UUI.
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
So. Ui OHIO I.KTf.i:,
Bttuitn Fimrth d Sirth Sti., AIRO.ILL
General Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MOORE & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Decorrttlvo Pnncrhisniclngr, Hnlsouslts
Done In tho luinheat. style ol nit
rates that ueiy cum,-
IN rERRV VOVBK, CORNER OF 8TU
TRBET AND CMMKRCIAl AYENCK,
Chnrlereil Mnrcli 31, ISOO.
CITY NATIOVAL HANK, CAIRO
A. IJ. SAFFORD. Preaidenti
H. 8. TAYI.Oll, Vlce.l'ren.lenli
V. IIVHLOI', riecretarv and Treasurer.
P. V. IUacl.Ar, Ciui. nuoura,
K. Bt.HTwanrTH, 1'iir. O. Hciil'ii,
it. il. Ci'xmkiuam, W. 1'. Mali iuat,
J. M. ruilllM.
eioltl nny Ainouiil llrreltnl Irom
Ten tenlH t'innrlN.
LNTKIIKT paid on depolla at the rite ol all
percent, per annum. Starch Island Hepleni
ber 1st. inlerextnol wltlidrawn l Mlded Imme
dlately to lie principal of Die depoaila, therrl T
rWiux thetn compound Inlerent.
MARRIED WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
0 that 10 01a rur. fax naaw it.
Open ere.y !ulne day from u a.m. lo 3 p.m.
and Hatimlay eiemnir lor HAVIMl DKroJITH
only, from 8 In s o'clock.
auotl W. HrSI.Ol', Treaaurei.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
or tAi 110.
DA.Mt'.li llUItti, rreMenti
KOIIKIIT W. llll.LKft, Vlpe.I'rtil.l.nl
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
IXCIIANOK, coin, bank nntts anil United
'j blatea securlllea bought and aold.
InlerMl Allowed on Time Depoalla.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I'. ilAI.l.lilAY, I're.lden
II KNRT L. IIALLIDAV, Viee Pre-ldini;
A. II.HAFFOlU), Caihler;
WALT Kit HYSLOP, Aitant Cahir.
f rii TAiLua, noaiar II. ClMi)Ua,
llrnar I.. lUiiirn, IV. V. IUiiii at,
Uio. il. WilLIAMioa, HtrrHix KaP
A. fl. Sarroap.
ExrhuiiKe, Coin 11 ml I'nllrtl Klnlea
II0111I IIoiikIiI mill Mold.
DEPOSITS raeelred, and a general banking
IIOOTN AND NIIOM.
HOOT AND SHOE MAKER,
Between Washington aitnuu and Poplar
Boots and Slinea Made to Order.
Fin Workmen Kmployeu.
Sathf.wllon Warrant 1.
CITY SHOii STORE
HOOP SKIRT FACTORY
son Aor.NCT roa
BOOTS AND SHOES
t'ommrrrlnl A venae, Corner of EJsjblb
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID TO ALL OR'
DERS FOR HOOl'SKIRTS AND SHOES.
HE A I, ENTATE AKNT.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT SI
T4 (SECOND FLOOR j OHIO LETEE,
Boy and Sell Real Es5fc,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS OP TITLK
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