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T.tK CAIRO DAILY IHJLLE'HaN, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14,1872.
JullN It. OBJ5BLT, IMIUraa-l l'Mihf.
Vr.iixfitAV Mqumjh'. iVbrnary H.in'3
' Titm or tut Inur lu in-"'
Ou week, by rnrrler, i m
Uneyearby r,mt-r, In i1""' 10
One month, l.v Mail. A?
Threa month. ;
B t monlh - J (()
Ojo year, ....." " "
Tilt J.4LLAII WEEKLY Ilt7E.I-KTIJr.
John If. Olierly Co. nno reduce;; the '
nprw fifth WPcklyC.Jw ''' '
nerpuhlUhcd in Eoiithern llllnoi'.
Tin: venerable M tJUfhin OlWc
iOgnn is nl McuinliiJ.
Ht'LL, in the Carbontlalo A'cio ViVa,
Is a whole team. Ho makes the Km
a decidedly rcailnblc paper.
Titn prcaidont declares that he is for
peace, and Bays lie shrinks from war;
but, he adds, the United States will not
withdraw its claims for "indirect dam
ages," and our coast defenses can be
put.in order in three weeks. Ho don't
want to fight, but lie will not take the
indirect claims chip from his shoulder
and ho dares England to knock it off I
llnv. W. 11. Knows, of Massac, who
. , , . . . , , i . J
gaiucu a I.IH-..J. ; v -j i
trouuemg into uio jcgisiauuv .1 iwum-
tion, which did not pass, thanking
Grant and Sheridan for taking military
possession of Chicago immediately af
ter the great fire, is now at his home in
Metropolis, receiving the admiration of
his wonder-stricken neighbors. "And
still they gazed, and still their wonder
grew, that one small head could carry
all he knew."
Ke.no has been crushed out of Mem
phis, aud the -lni7nii7ir says "the ap
plause of those whom this nefarious
gambling game has ruined, will soon
follow.'1 We hope the crushing pro
cess has been effectual, but almost all
efforts to abolish gimbliug result in
failure. The officers tus-Ii at the evil,
and apparently Ftraugle it ; but after
awhile they become careless, and the
evil breathes again mid becomes more
vigorous and stubborn than it was be
fore it was attacked.
Tuntourist will soon find the Vo Se
mite Valley au cnsily.acec..ibJo place.
Next sea.-on visitors will be carried bv
rail within eight miles of the valley,
either by the Mariposa or Coultervilb'
route Tho horseback ride is reduced
to two aud one-half miles; the faro
from ian FraiieNeo will bo twenty-two
dollars, and the time of (lie trip one
day and a half. With iho.-i' increased
facilities will undoubtedly come greater
hotel conveniences in the valley ; nnd
with thc?e an endle-s succession of de
Tun American people have received
with coolncs bordering on mmchitlttncr
the news that (ircat llritain has de
termined to repudiate the Washington
treaty. While in Kngland u great deal
of excitement has been manifested,
Fcarecly a ripplo has been visible in
America; hut, still, tho eloso observer
must have learned by this time that
there is everywhere- apparent in this
country a willingness to accept the
wager of battle with our unreasonable
neighbor across the ocean, and fight her
if eho will not tettlo tho Alnham:
claims in a peaceable manner. In fact
our. people would not, as much as they
shrink from the honors of war,
enter such a contest with reluctance
and, being in, would teach the Knglisl
government a lesson that it would not
noon forget. America is 110 longer an
infant, but full grown and stalwart, and
Fho knows how to and will defend he
honor against all the world in arms.
Gov. WAUMoni, of Louisiana, beiii!
asked by the congressional committee,
whether he had made a Imudrcrf thou
taud dollars in one year after lie had en
tered upon bis dmw Kovernor, re
plied: "A great deal more w .1....
From this answer it is clear that the of.
-"" "mi lllf u. I
fice of governor in a carpet-ha-
government is not to be sneezed
Mv i i .- .
I he New Orleans J ,,,, refernnglo
this matter, fsayH that the tectiuiony be
fore the congressional committee failed
to prove again-t the governor
uny fact of direct hrih
cry or dishonesty in the ordinary hente
ortlio woid, and c-xplaiiiH his Hidden
wealth-Betting in thih way: "It has
been by tho bimple procccn of buying
the securities warrantF, rertilicaton
bouds, etc, of thu stale which havo
been depressed tu low rates, ui.d then,
wiieu tticy were nil nought up, propar
ing bills for tho logWaturo, providiu-
for tlio !bsuo of bonds to pay theM) war
rants at par lutes, and in such bills ere
ating the governor himself president of
uio noanl, cliareed with thu inlminis.
tration of iWo-fundH aud the exchange
ui iiicso noiiu Tilero jlas beon fcUV.
oral of theso bill,,aiia itl ,,, ndmillis.
tration of each of cw (ho W(0r
and his immediate We..,H j,,,,,; ,
tho fiscal agent, thocitizenVi;) ,mv
turned up to bo the principal,- ,ot
tho only hol'dcra of the evidences ,,y
ueni to do j.aid out of these funds,
,,m ' wv -irnfl iHilw (n Mtlhm IIUfi
nit.'. ft-f'W iwmd aamM, il
Tims it iJ lint enormous sums have
been made, through jho action of the
state government'"'1 the administration
of its fuml .v the governor and his
friend'. 'arS !,',aru f which hn
,)Un.d to him. This is what is meant
,iy the s)ccnlations ol (!ov. M'armoth."
psy A llnltiniorJTctler vk of Mra.
Wlmrlon: "So "trong ttio fcullnn
iinltit lier here, Hint It is umlerstood .Mrs.
Wlmrlon 1ms engniri-J o.unrter. In Aniini.
ulis to nwnlt Jut trial, In April, for the al
leged nttempt to polion Mr. Van Ncis.
Tlic prosecution will, It is unUertoou,puiri
tli is case with vlcor, and not o fuw nolle-
Ipate It inny result In conviction. It should
bo stated, however, Hint the counsol for
Mrs. "Wharton nnd their fanillics nre con
fident thnt sliu U a deeply wronged nnd
anil Innocent woman and I henr thai
Mm Steele propose to give her a recep
tion at an early dy, and to tlrlko off from
her visiting llt all who do not attend.
Tliis shows that the unfortunnto woman is
not without strong adherents, even in a
community so hostile to lier."
tSr Ohio, Louisiana, Kentucky, Miss
Isslnpi, Virginia, T,oiinc!foe, Vcmylvanln,
Connecticut, How York, Indinna, Tojbs,
Missouri, Georgia, Oinnlia, Alalmmn, Illi
nols, Michigan, Kngland, Canada, Iowa,
New lirunswiek, Now Jcnoy, Arkansas,
Wisconsin, and, California aro rcjircscnled
in the strnngcM gathered at New Orleans
forMadri Grasand registered at the prin
- In ' MB' '" f Adminfi-
tration sennton tho word " InvestlfHtlon "
,,, I)CCOmo !(, comj.lctoly a synonym for
whitewash that most people would regard
any inquiry instituted at "Washington as a
useless waste of public time nnd money
8q5 America is honored Just at prcsont
by a British traveling commission, who
arc inspecting inebriate asylums, to Inves
tigate our method of takiug earo of drunk-
Ards. Tho compliment thus paid is at least
B3i Mr. Sumnrr tays Oscar J. Dunn,
Into lieutenant governor of Louiiians,
could not be bought. Of course not, after
the emancipation act. Itostott Post.
A SENSATION IN RADICAL CIRCI.KS. DOES
UK INTEND TO 1I11KAK WITH GRANT?
"Washington, Feb. U Tho resignation
of Col. Forney at collector of Philadel
phia has created a posltlvo sensation in
jolltlcal quarters here, where tho motive
is attributed to a growing hostility to
Grant. While Forney is very careful to
state he will not oppose tho re-election of
Grant if he is re-nominated, it novcrthc-li-i
appears that he has dneided to cut
looe from the repnblican ring of office
holderj in Philadelphia, who aro some
thing on tho Tammany order, and who aro
nil ttipjKirting tho administration, and pro
poses to Join tho republican reformers in
driving thoso officeholders out of power,
uiu lormer element attempted to dictate
to Col. Vomey what course ho should pur
uo In the recent tcttntorinl election in
lMiilndpltihifi. wlmrptmrm lie. tit vnf.l in
tho president that his resignation was ut I
his disposal. Tho president font word in I
return tlinl Jio diil jiot want It. hut Fnmav I
I .,.-! ... 1,1, m.l f,. I. ...p...;. i I
rciniiiu untramplcd, and, therefore, sent
his resignation in writing. The preaident
will renlv to-toorrow declining to accent
tho same, but Mr. Kornoy Insists upon Its
urccptnncr-. lie returned to rimaaelplila
Smoked sulnion and Yarmouth bloat
ers, just received at Jorgenson's. tf.
Oyster Soup at Harry "Walkor's every
morning. Also fresh St. Louis beer, tf
Now that tho Cairo and Vinccnnot
rnilrcad It u fixed fact tho contract
having Veen let, anil work to bo commcn
cud at once, Jorgutmon U prepared to tell
all kinds of groceries cheaper than any
other homo in the city. ti
"Whero are you going? To the place
number 63, Ohio levee, whero they keep
tho best fresh oysters, tlsh and game, a?iJ
the 11 1 1 c" t wines, liquors and cigars to bt
round in tho city. Open at all hours, dsy
or niKlit. J. E. Park
Great inducements to any ono wish
ing to buy a llrst-class piano or organ
K. A: W. Ituder oll'et their cntiro stock in
tho pluno and oryuu lino at tho actual
coit of the instruments. They aro dcslr
ous of closing out tho stock so that tliev
may use the room for jewelry manufactur
Mr. titi-tav Klingwhr, a musician of
noted ability, who has for the putt fuw
years, been engaged as a profecior in llal-
tiinore, .Md., proposes to niako his future
homo in our city and now oilers his ser
vices to tho public. Thoo who havo not
already engaged competent teachers would
do well to address Mr. Klingsohr, Uox
IICJ, C'ulro, III. AUo ospeclal attention
given to piuno tuning.
Mr. Yf. H. Ityun has lately opened a
, , "
t'ta,"u H,ul ,ictl,ro wlWhinnt on 8th
Vl!" W?h,nBto? ,rvc""0-
uu !t"eK comprises frames of all stvles
.4 and many very handsomo pho-
tograplif, ,8rRVi. eliromo. nlbuma
etc. Ho 1, KNtorlsofmouldi nd
make, .the framing ,
Mecl,ilty Mr. l. lnvlU, M
examine Wi itock. UnW-lm-d.
We have no Lesitatlon in .
Ing AVilliam El.ler, boot and ihTUt
as worthy of most liWal patronage, -vy.
know whoroof wo ipenk when we a n.
nurn is utmo iii u miuiuriy manner at vlie
lowest prices. He me nothing but tho
best of stock, and ho cannot be eiccllfil In
the delicate task of making an oxunt fit
OIvo him a call at his shop on Twentieth
street, between Washington avenue and
Poplar stroot, nearly opposite tho court
house, and we will guarantee satisfaction.
l'at. Fitzgerald, of tho. Sample Room,,
has received tho appointment of agent for
tho isle of tho Ilitmiiiondsport, N. Y.,
Urbanna "Wine Company's wines in this
city. If tho bottle with which wo wero
yesterday presented Is n sample of the
quality of theso wines, then we ar nre.
pared to say that thoy aro among tho host
wo havo ever tasted. Ho has Hint
rccolvod a largo consignment, which ho is
proparoJ to sell at tho lowest llgurcrs.
Ifn )fl tit Ii itil liniwl ft 1(lifia nml
kV of tho various brands of JrIh,
Scotch and American whiskies, and wines
of every vnrl.ty Janl2dtf.
It M true tbnt Dlankenhurg'j Excol-
j or snloon is now on of tho institutions
ofthoclty. All drinkers who liko really
excellent liquors whiskies, wines, beer,
etc. go to tho Hxcelsior saloon, which Is
tlttcd un In splendid f tvlo. JJhinkenburg
who knows how to keep a saloon, spreads
a line freo lunch every morning and eve- I
ning, and, as ho forcibly expresses it,
Sweetens tho lunch with music." He
has employed tho services of a flnt-rnto
pianist, who makes tho grand piano
which stands in ono end of tho saloon
speak out In musical tones. Everybody
is Invited. Tho best order is maintained
and all Improper chnrnctcrs suppressed
with neatnoss, cheapness and dispatch. Ev
erybody knows that tho .Excelsior saloon
is at the corner of Washington nvenue and
IIUHUAIII HURRAH 1 1 HURRAH ! 1 1
THE 1'RINCK COME AT l.AT NO 00I10E
COULD KERT HIM AWAY AT ANY TIME
OUll KNTKIirillSlNO CITIZENS, COUNCIL
MEN AND EX-CltlEK-FlllE-MAKSHAL,
will now have an opportunity to make
good uso of their bran now duds, which,
rumor says, were purchased expressly for
the occasion. Tho city authorities will
no doubt about it roccivo, In a body,
Schuh and JJudcr not excepted, although
they voted against an formal reception.
Whom havo they to thank for tho realiza
tion of their fond dreams? That Is tho
momentous question now before the house.
Tho answer Is tho
THE CAino TUBNER SOCIETY,
who invited, Instead of tho unreliable
l'rinco Alexis, their royal highnesses, tho
miNOE ANDl'RINCESS CARNIVAL,
and tlioso illustrious personages have in
formed the undersigned committee, by
telegram, that they will, without fall, ar
rive at Cairo on
MONDAY, FEnnUARY IOtH, 1872,
rain or snow, sunshine or storm, and hold
court, Including a
Git AND MASQUERADE HALL,'
SCIIEEL'S WASHINGTON HALL.
Tho following is the
gotten up expressly for th occulon:
1. Harlequin ;
2. Musicians, with brass in tbalr faces ;
3. Mastor of Ceremonies ;
4. Tholr royal highnesses, the Princo
C. Tho tirst trial of the "Temperance
Law " will take place.
At this trial all fools who have taken
part in it. passage, will be present, to-wit :
Membors of the legislature, judges, law
yers, policemen, bailiffs, a woman, newspa
per reporters, barkeepers, bummers, and
a large audienco composed of men and
C. The wholo to conclude with the
equestrian performance of Signora I'cpita
do Oliva, on her Arabian thorough-bred,
7 Monsieur llorkules and Id on; after
which his royul highness will break up
.i... i .. . .. . . .
""' UK'ivm, mnimion, in JI1UU
ern language, called a Polonaise, wait,
piRurllle, etc., etc.
This will continue until daylight tho
next morning In the evening.
Particular attention will be taken at tho
door to exclude all those whoso company
is not desirable
Tickets for tho grand masquerade bull to
bo had at lludor llros., P. U. Schuh's drug
store, llurger's, Ilelr.nor's, Alba's barber
shop, and of Mr. Sclunltzdorf.
lly order of
K. V. llELZNER,
fub.O-tf Com. of Arrangements.
BURNETT & CO.
HIGHEST CASH PRICE TAIU FOR HIDES
Messrs. Bumott & Co.,Tliornton's block,
Tenth street, aro prepared to pay tho high
est cash prico for urticlcs in tholr line, as
Prime Mink $1.75 to '2.1b
" llaccoon COo to Cue
41 .Mini; Hut lo to lfi
" AVild Cut -10 to tO
" Opossum 10 to 1
" Otter 6,1X1 to 0.00
" Jlcaver Skins COO to 7.00
Green Suit, kip and calf.
ti to 10c
12 to 14c
Dour Skins '5 to J5c
For other artlclus, such as rags, feath
ers, boes wax, wool and tallow, wo .vill pay
tho highest market prices.
Thornton's block, Tenth street., Cairo, III.
FIRE AND MARINE
At p)0 ,(.
KW KNOLANI1 MUTUAL, Lire,
ANCHOR!) vw. AND MARINE
Of Ht. Umi
Hli:il all Wln.Uol rl,k,,
ocltnt AK-nt, fair ). lllmoi,.
OltAY'S TERRY PRINTING INK
i. K. UOIIINSON & III'.O,,
Mauufucturoraof lint. l.uL- .n,i rni.. n lu-allli bv luii.,.
?!f- . Ul. with rirV to iult ll.S J' W. Willi.. VrniSr'fli.
. . i ''' '"'"'""iI'lM'fi. Uuick lira - Vl" V" ,"""lr1' na Kn,u
'1L':: ?.'."! l'olorJ "Peclally id.Vtgdi..i .w.'!".?",r!h'':K. 1 1
MOOKK & MATHEWS,
House, Sign and Ornamental
Done In tli hieht style ot Hi art, and a
rule iimiueiy cuiiipriiuou.
SMOI IN TERRY HOUSE, CORNER OF 8TB
STREET AND CMMERCIAL AVENUE.
TVHH AND IIIDKN.
II. LEVY & CO.,
HIDES AND FURS,
WOOL, FEATIIKRA, ETC.,
I Atl l
P KOVISIONS, ETC.
oiDtai rnourrLT rmttp
0. D. WILLIAMSON.
Jto. 76 Ohio 1tCi
aVSptcial attention RiTen to conaigsmtnti
COAL I COAL! COAL I
DU QUOIN AND MOUNT CAUI10N
Commercial-av., Foot of Eieventh-st
All Coal ourefiilly uelxhcii at the yiml on Kair
1'UI.I. WE10I1T WABRAKTED.
Cnal iltliwtil on lh- hortpiit notice In an)
tmrt ol Hie ci.y, cither bjr th Imlf ton, ten or car
I.earo orilor at the olC'.- on Comnrnclal-ar. a
Ii footnf Klrvrnlh itrret. noTldd.Sm.
BILLIARD SALOON AND BAR
ROOM. JOHN OATEN, Proprietor.
ICS Cmmercial Arcnue, CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Heat brand of California Clgarajutt receWed,
BILLIARD naloon furnlnhrU with the tat ol
tablra i anil tar aupplieil with wlnea, llquora
And Dealer In Korean nnd I'omratla
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS
!)7 Ohio Levee,
He tween Ninth and Tenth Blreata,
ROC'KHIfJI AMD DRY GOODH.
NOTIONS, HOOTS AND SHOES,
HATS AND CAM, XTC,
Hat Juit reorUod a Iirafjr iloclt of Boots aad
Hlioefl, lloaivry and Motion,
FOR SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
lit) alio lias a tna alock of Family fJrocjriMol
CORNER StXTH-ST. AND COM HER
MINERAL SPRING WA
TER Xl'iktilsnallfji. U'lsianiMsilai
i'.Cn,?,1ri'!1!''.,.,r"."' "f JlriK.lit' Dlaea.i-. Ilat.t
J rupay.all miiio,,"'
ol Kidney, lllaudar and
l.lvrr Irnlil.luJ. M 1. ('ho
United btutea, rentoifd ti
Hie Btate ol Illi.
Kupply Depot, T.u,
inoU. All urdi-ra bv
Hend for circular)).
OllWARDING and COMMISSION
DEALERS IN FLOUR j
Oblo Itlver itttil Kaanwba
70 Ohio Lsvee,
71. FALL-WINTER. 72
C. H AN NY.
H T It I 1 E S,
KKNTUCKT JEANn, KXTRA,
LARGE STOCK OP OARPSTINO
Ill Kallrr Htotu Wow i'loaluK Out
VERY LOW PIODRKS.
C0RNKR 8TH BT., AND COM M KRCI AL-AT.,
10 W J
u . .
O ' ' 1
M X PS
COMWIHSION AND rOIlWAliniNO.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hueconorg to E, B. Uendrloka A Co., )
'orwarding and Coiumisaion
atwSkLlbrral AdTnca mt i uron:s
HVtr ConalKnmenta. SV
Are rrT"''"l to rrcHvr, pt-ire ant orwaril
frtlnlitu to all point and buy ut-U
aell on comuiiKilon.
aWBualnaaa attended lo promptly
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer Foreign Fruits ami Nuti
No. 134 Commercial-ave.,
V.Z. MATIIUSH. C. C. U1IL
MATIIUSS & UHL,
AND OENRtt AI
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
No. 04 OHIO LEVER.
Blitttn Fourth SUM Sti AIRO.ILL
JOHN Ii. PHILLIS &SON
(SucctMora to Jno.II. I'lilllia,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OATS
Flour, Moal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTII-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
CHARLES M. HOWE & CO.,
FORWARDING M ERCHANTS.
No. G4 Ohio Levee,
CLOSE k VINCENT,
DEALERS I3ST LIME
Ceuent, Plaster Taris,
Corner Eighth Htreet atad Obi It
STRATTON & BIRD
ISuccaanora toHtratton, Hudton A Clark,)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
'Agents of American Powder Co., aud man
ngnnm lor i-ouon Tarn
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
AGENTS for FAIRBANKS SCALES
Onto Lktkk, CAIRO, ILLS.
General Commission Merchant
183 OHIO LEVEE,
CO A I, AND WOOD.
W00D1 WOOD!! WOOD ! I
The underused will fiirnlMli
HARD AND DRY WOOD
AHt'hesip,lf not Ciienper
lian any wood dealer In Cairo. Lfa"
u iii aiaiea at me I'oiiuroc" " iri,i, V,i
jard.oBCommerolal ayanue, btw
twelflh atreeta, Cairo, lllmo la. I J8.ooJ
inoiuiirr and will cord Ilia wood up rdeslre.1.
noORH. aiAri, ETCi
W. W. THORNTON'S.
BUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT.
13 TENTH STREET,
Doora, Ksiah, Bllatda, Monldlsisrl,
EaTeUntterai, (wood) Window aad Doajr
rrameii, Floorlna;, Lath,
Nliltiglea, Cllnaed HuaSl, UUaod Hid
IJghta, Ulaacd Tranaomi,
Ha ah WclRhta, Bajih ralllma mm Corda,
III I ml raatrnlBsra, KooBasj
rait. Hoofing Otacat, Plaatcrlaa;
Paper, Carpet Fell, WbIU
Iad, Unard oil, Americas Wladow
Cllaaa, Easllab and French
Plate Glnaa, Pntty, Ulaaler'a Polata
Hewer Plpea Patent Chlmneij
Etc., Etc., Bsc.
AOENTH lor Itock ltltcr Taper Company'a
Whrathina: Kelt and (juarlt CcmoDt.
II. W. John'a Inprortd Hooflm always oa
Chartered March II, 189.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. n. SAKKOni), I'ruident;
H. S. TAVI.OK, Vicr-rrraidant;
V. IIVSLUI', ricretarr and Trtasurer.
P. W. IliacLiT, CnAi. 0tma,
V. M.Krotartitu, I'ai-lO. Bcaea,
H. M. CtTNatNUMAM, W. J lUtLltAT,
J. M, Puuiira.
Depoaltaot aar Amouat Heeelredlroaa
Tea Ceata Vpwarda.
XNTKKKiT paid on depoalla at the rata ol all
percent, per annum, March Island Hepteta
tr lit. lntereit not withdrawn It folded linma
diately to the principal of the depoMti, thereby
Kiiinu them compound Interest.
MARHIEII WOMEN AND CHILDREN MAY
tO THAT 0 OJI UI CAN tiAAW IT,
Open ete.-y Impineta day from 9a.m. to S p.ra.)
and Haturday eeninit lor HAVIM1 UKPOSl W
only, Irom lo o'clock.
auitrtl W. IITHI.or, Treaturer.
FIRST NATIONAL I3ANK
DA.Nir.I. Ilimtl, rre.KJrut ;
HOilKRT W. IHLLEIt, Vlca-Prail-laat;
C. .N. UUOIira, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROM1TLY MADE
FJXCIIANOE, coin, bank notes and Uaitea
J btatet atcuritiea bought and told.
lalereat Allowed oa Time Deposits.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAV, Pretiden
JIKNIU L. UALLIIUV, Vice Prenldtnl)
A. II. HAFKOltt), CaMiier;
WALTKR 11 Yd LOP, Assistant Caainer,
Staats Ti) Lot, Koaiar IT. CvxNiNauAM,
lUaar L. Haiiidat, W. V. Haiiidat,
Gio. U. WiLLuasoa, KrsrMia lliap
A. 11. Hirroau.
ExcIiaiiRe, Cola aad failed Ktatci
; Bond BongM aad Hold.
DEPOSITS rocelred, and a reneral banklnr
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER, PAINTS,
Patty, Bettalae, Oaaollae,
And tho celebrated illiirolnatlnx 'L.
nnOsH' UUILDINO, COB. llTH-ST. A COM
Happy roller lor VOIInf IriAn Imm Ih. n
errora and abuaea In r-,iri. iii M.niir...i ...
jtored. Nerroua debility cured. Imbedlmeola
ir" "iiuieu. , few raeinou oi treat'
ment. New an.l nmiarWi.tn ..lnu. inni.
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