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WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 10, 1869.
JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
MTICIAh I'AI'KIt OF COUNT VAX1 CITY
Tho proposud constitutional niiicndmiit,
iving tho right of niU'rngo to every malo clt
scn of tho republic, is an invasion upon tho
iihts of states that calls for thd quick con
einniitlon of every mini whorcvores thucon
titutioii of our fathers, and who does not
dsn to Heo every lfno stricken down thnt has
oen drawn bctwcon tho states mid tho fede
ral governiiient. It is " n"U upon tliosu
Igiiti reserved to tiio pnoplo that may well
j nppruhi nslon of u purpose, on tho pnrt
f tin dominant party, to bring about a dim
erous centralization of power in the general
crnmuiit Tho president may veto the
' ras.irc, hut this will only necosMtato It re-
,t. 1 It will bo paMixl over his veto,
is I submitted to tho legislatures of tho scvu
ral states, bcforo tho people are given a chanco
t t peak out in condemnation of It through
7 r , 1 " -it numlKT of tat legislature
(l-rt.,-i ,-irths) are controlled by the radical,
! " t!.i tm-endency it wrested from
t c 1 ly. the radical congress will pros thin
v tt, ;. Iment t flnitl adoption. Tho
" t n ro in politics know that tho senti
! .it eft o American pooplo is averse to gen-(.-:.
and unqualified negro suH'rago, and that,
' jir j.i iti-n were submitted to u jiopular
t i s M deflated in every stato in
t - l. i, with tho exception of Vermont
' M . -.Khu'ftU. Of this complexion of
I ' . rit.tiiiiint tlx radical leader are not
in rant, and hence thedcterniiiiation to ruth
"3 mc-mrp throttgh boforo tho people hnvo a
ar. 0 t j provide for iU defeat.
Tins is mother of the many radical -'trick '
C rltdtttrvt. no higher dignity) that have
d ? 0'ra( c 1 tlie radical party, and rendered tlit
t resent radical congress a by-word and ro
f roat h throughout tho civilized world. Kv-i.-y
j (..sure carried through by it to perpetu
I rty f.f ndmcy and to subserve party
1 J.-, hat been pasd by a reort to fraud and
c..i a:, ry mian the mott nefariou, dishon
(. '. an I infauiMUi. i
T, at t nri- has u right to pa's Ujwn the
, -' f. ..!. '.t ..f elxrtwrt in tht) several states
n r.cvd i trin-, mid jwiMillar to the present
r.J a! ! giess. Tha wii mon of all jmrtlo!'
jo 1. ntyfurc regarded the right of sullrage
i t'.ettnt m subject only to the limitations
t' r t'.' (' r imrnd by th cveral Mate
' t nt. inid have wsntanded that congress
l a 1 1. j w.irraM or authority under the con
rUl t. n f r interfering In the matter at all.
It t 1 r 1 . k1 partv repudiate and put aide
t . t.tiiti' ii, defy law and common semu,
1 1 ar uvTnl wholly by their partisan
4 I hMiUtlttg at im ixee4!, however
. !(.' l prolong thtHr Iwssu of jnjwer,
..'!,!)' tho way, by the difratichlemnt
r iry" one-third of tho pwple, and by
fa .Jt the abounding nature of which would
1 live involve 1 almo.t any other country In
I. :r -s t f an int niicine wur.
Touch. ng this ubJc'tof suffrage, we com
il :.! at eminently donioeratlc the following
p:.mfc from tho platform of tho Connecticut
It, 1, That the attempt of the leaders
i f t ," r.iu.' ai party in congru, to deprive
t iiat' t of the Union uf their right to pre
t r the terms and conditions of the suifrago
( f V. ' ,t own citlwiiF, l designed a a fatal
I ' w at the most etentlal reM-rvcd rights of
t jc Hiitc. , that it is an assumption of supe
r r.tv ' v th-i roatum over the creator an
a tdauoai" uturjmtlon by our servants In con
g'(s ovr their master, tho people; and we
vrHl resist by all lawful moans, this contom
p.ated outrage upon tho principle ol elf-gov-rrmnent.
UOYKllXUi: PALM tins VKTO.
(ioverit ir l'almer's iitwtnge vetoing Kul
1 "5iji' hU vout railroad bill, arguet that
t'.c legislature, in passing the bill, Ipfrlngod
up n tho domain of thejudluiary. The strong
j "ntof the menage, however, it that tho on
f -c ument of tho provisions tho of law would
Interfere with contract obligations between
t 1 state and it railroad corporations. It un
d ubte'lly ".'kt to takrt away from railroad
:.(i nt4T. s wsted rights, among which i tho
r 'lit to fix the rat of toll or tho amount of
t mpeii-at' iii fr convoying freight and pat
sengcr.. In this connection wu reproduce a
I rac" of paragraph from the act incorpora
ting th Illinois Central railroad companv.
The eL'litlt section of thi act reads us fol-
T' nrd of director shall have mwor to
establish such ratos of toll for the convcyanco
t f nersyiis and property upon the sanio as
taoy oltall, from tlmo to time, by their by
l iw, dlreit and determine, and to levy and
t j1Iph the i-amo for the tito of said company.
The eighteenth section thus:
In c n-Ideration of tho irrants, privileges
and fraiu h!c herein conferrod upon said
company, lur tlie purpose atoresahl, tliu said
coiiiimny snail, on tliu lirt .itonuayt of J)e
cemuor and .Juno in each year, pay into tho
treatury of the statu of Illinois llvo per centum
on the grp$t or total proceeds, or receints. or
'n-m d-rivi I from si,H road and branches'
for tho six months then noxt proceding
Tho supreme court of Illinois has twice de
cided, says tho St. Louis 'llepublican.' that thi
at of incorporation is nothing muro nor less
than a speciQo contract between tho State on
the ono hand, and tho railway company on
tliu other. Tlio stato grants to tiio company
.1 .... 1 tf.l. 1. i . f . a...
mo nower to "ostaoiisu mivh raioa oi xow at
It nviy choose, and "to levy and collect tho
saiius " and, in consideration of this privllego
the company pays a cortaln percentage of its
groit earnings into the treasury. It, then
tho state violates her part of tho agreemon
by saying that tho company shall not charge
hut three cents a milo for passenger trans
portation, would not a legal tribunal decido
that tho contract was null and void, and tho
inimny released from any futuro pavnionts?
This seems to bo tho viow of Governor
Palmer; ! is
by the prqtd of th
many of our
CAIRO AS A DISTRIBUTING POINT
Has more natural ndvantnges than any
city in tho United State, nnd tho energy and
forecastof hor capitalists aro fast giving her
a liko supremacy in artificial advantages.
"Wo havo shown in previous article tho un
limited railroad privileges the city will havo
when its roads, now being constructed, are
added to thota already operating.
Tho position of Cairo, at tho head of unin
terrupted navigation on tho Mississippi river;
at the gato through which tho Ohio and trib
utaries must pour their wealth; in tho exact
center of tho grain and stock growing portion
of tho valley; mrrounded by twenty-three of
the most poworful arid rapidly growing states
of the Union ; at tho point easiest of accow by
rail and steam, winter and summer, whero
the grain of tho.nnrth and northwest will be
met by the cotton and sugar of tho south, and
an exchange effected with tho shortctt line of
transportation for all the articles of exchange ;
situated thus, and in the midst of tho great
cities of tho valley, as no other is, ho must,
in short time, become one of tho greatest dis
tributing points of tho American continent.
Tak, as an experiment, and add the sum of
tho distancos of the cities of St. Louis, Cin
cinnati, Indianapolis, Columbus, Ohio, Lou
isville, Cairo, Memphis, Nashville, Vicks
burg, N'ew Orleans, and Mobile, from Chi
cago, arid seo the length of miles that will
havo to bo traveled by n person from each
city, to reach Chicago, and then add tho sums
of the distances to txj traveled to reach Cairo:
Sum of all dlttancet one person from each
cltr, would' travel to reach Cairo, ;i,220
mile', as follows ; ,
St. Louis to Cairo
Cincinnati to Cairo
Indianapolis to Cairo ;.
Columbus Ohio, to Cairo
Ijouisvlllu to Cairo
Mumphlt to Cairo
Nah villc to Cairo. . . .
Vicktburs: to Cairo
'cw Orleans to Cairo
Mobile to Cairo
Chicago to Cairo.
Total...'. 3,220 3,058
Sum of all diitancifs one prori from each
city would travel to meet at Uilcago:
St. Louis to Chicago
Cincinnati to Chicago
Indianaiiolls to Chicago
Columbus, Ohio, to Chicago,...
LoiiUvillo to i.ntcago
.Memphis to Chicago
ahville to Chicago
Vicktburg to Chicago
New Orleans to Chicago
Mobile to Chicago
vHiro to Uiiloago
Total 4,840 5,590
Sum of all distances one peron from each city
would travel to reach M. iotiis:
Air Line II. It.
Chicago to St. Ixjuis 230
Cincinnati to St. Louis 320
Indianapolis to St. Louis 240
Columbus, Ohio, to St. Louis. . . 405
.ouisville to St. J,oui sou
Memphis to St. Louis 250
Nashville to Su Louis 230
Vicksburg to St. Louis 490
New Orleans to St. Louis 040
Mobile to St. Loult 590
alro to St. Louis 140
Total 3,790 4,557
Sum of distances one person from each city
would travel to meet at Cincinnati:
Alrl.lne. It. It.
Chicago to Cincinnati 200 290
St. Louis to Cincinnati 320 339
Indianapolis to Cincinnati 100 II
Columbus, O., to Cincinnati. ... 100 120
Louisville to Uinumiuti tuo loo
Memphis to Cincinnati 420 483
Nashville to Cincinnati 250 291
Vicksburg to Cincinnati C50 C92
New Orleans to Cincinnati 800 8
Mobile to Cincinnati 750 802
Calm to Cincinnati 300 39
Total 4,050 4,510
Sum of all distances ono porson from each city
woulu travel to meet at .Memphis:
Air Un It. It.
Chicago to Memphis 500 519
St. Louis to Memphis 200 330
IndiaiiapolW to Memphis 390 473
Columbus, 0 to Memphis 510 G03
Louisville to .Memphis rju .in
Nashville to Memphis 200 2C0
Vicksburg to Memphis 200 212
New Orleans to Memphis. SCO 395
Mobile to Memphis 330 340
Cairo to Memphis 140 152
Cincinnati to Memphis 420 483
Total 3,000 4,118
Showing that Cairo, as between all tho points
named, it 4 to miles nearest a common center.
Now estimate tho immense travel and tho
vast commoreo In tho twenty-threo statet em
braced within a radius of BOO miles, and
center the whole for business and exchange
upon that point that has an aggrcgato of forty.
four hours ndvantago in tho time involved in
their centratlon and a saving of 830 miles
travel to ovary eleven persons who may bo
ongaged in tho business of transfer and inter
change, botweon tho producer and consumer
in tho eleven cities named, and tho dilloreiico
would soon solvo the problem of our national
debt, In tho amount tho consumer and pro
ducer of manufactured articles would save In
tho cost of transportation; for as population
becomes more dense in our cities, tho domain!
becomot more and inoro imporatlvo for cheap
articles that go to sustain life. And tho
greatest oxpenso added to all articles of mer
chandise being froight, and Cairo having tho
advantago of easy accessibility cheap mar
kets, with loss burdens and oxactlons to im
pose bctwoon consumer and producor, with
constant water communication with tho sea
ports of the world ; tho center of the citios of
tho Mississippi v alloy; of mora than half
tho population of tho entire states pro
ductive of seven-ninths of tho wheat, corn,
nnd, in fact, of all that it take to sustain
life; with forests of unsurpassed and inex
haustible timber, coal and tho useful ores
stored in bounteous plenty under tho surface ;
with a climate that causes tho earth to ylold
her increaso with generous nbundanco with
all these marked and peculiar advantages and
blessings, Cairo s destined to bo tho great
distributing city for this wonderful valley of
all tho articles of merchandise gathered from
tho four winds of hcavon and tho islet of tho
COL. RKARDKXS DKCLLVA TIOX.
In another column wo publish tho with
drawal of Colonel Kearden from tho canvass
for mavor of this citv. Wo regret that ho
(has s,cen proper to give tho reason ha has.
given for Ins declination or the contest, hinco
tho time when wo llrst became anquainted
with Colonel lleardcn, wo havo ontortstined
towards him sentiments of tho highest regard;
and, whonever occasion offered opportunity,
havo endeavored to advance his interests, both
as a business man and momber of the demo
cratic party. At onetime, when it was whis
pered that u vacancy in tho poitofllce was
I rjbable, unsolicited by tho Colonel wo mndo
every posslblo effort to procure for hint the
position of postmaster. A hen u commander
was needed for the democratic constitutional
guards, wo did everything in our Nwer to
secure tho election of Colonol Iteardeii; and,
lately, when tho question of tho mayoralty
wat agitated, wo were among the first to wait
upon and solicit him to become a candidate,
it was only after tho Colonel had repeatedly
and persistently refused to allow his name to
bo used by his friends that 31 r. Oberly con
cluded to contest the field with Mr. "Wilson;
and when, afterwards, Colonel P.eardon en
tered tho arena, it was with reluctance that
Mr. Oberly engaged in tho contest against
him. During the short, sharp and decisivo
conflict which ensued, the Colonel may have
lcn struck by missies not legitimate In polit
ical warfare, but if ho has received as many
as Mr.Oberly has from the Colon- I's parti'ans
ho is very unfortunate, indeed. Generosity
is not an element In jwlitical excitement, and
the experience. of the past six years in Cairo
hat taught ut thnt he who would serve our
peoplo must necessarily pas through paths in
which, at every step, tho "ungenerous moans
of his opponents will asail and attempt to break 1
him down, throwing before hit footsteps dif
ficulties, calumny and falsehood. The task of
warding off these 'ungenerous means," tram
pling upon diflicultios, refuting calumny and
resenting falsehood, is tho duty of any man
who aspires to become tho executive otllcoof
our rising city, In which is much of tho turbu
lence of faction and too little of that cool and
deliberate Judgment which is tho seed from
which progress springs into vigorous growth.
That Colonel Kearden was availed by ungen
erous mssns; that ho encountered ditllcultles ;
that ho met calumny, we havo no doubt, but
wo assure him that Mr. Oberly regrets that
any laugimgo was ucd against him that has
wounded his feelings and given him pain. Ho
is a gentleman nnd a con.-Utent democrat, and
that any difficulty should grow up between
him and Mr. Oberly is to us a matter of deep
,i: ir.v pa ii a aiiAPiis.
Collated from our latent telegram.
Can't (iu To Europe.
The congressional committee on pensions
report they aro unable to perceive that Mrs.
Lincoln is entitled to a pension under any
existing law. No ovidenco ha been furnish
ed or reasons assigned why a special pension
should be made for her.
In tho action brought by Camden C, Dyke
against tho Now York and Krlo I'ailroad
company for $100,000 damages for porsonal
injuries, the jury returned a verdict in tho
Supreme court this morning, giving tho plain
till' f 35,000. Tho plaintiff it will probably bo
remembered, was seriously injured on tho oc
casion of the railroad dlater at Cor llock
Pennsylvania, on tho 15th of April, 18C3.
An Atlanta dispatch dated tho 8th intt,
"In tho senato to-day, a resolution pledging
the members of both housas of tho general
assembly to abide by tho deuision of tho su
preme court tlx to the right of negroes to hold
oftlco wat defeated tho resolution roqutring
members of tlie general atfenibly and ollieors
and clerks to answer under oath whether thoy
held otllco prior to tho war undor tho Unitod
States or during tho war under tho Confeder
ate Government, or served irr tho nrmv, or
gavo donations to tho Confederacy by 12 to
A motion to concur with tho house in the
resolution, referring tho eligibility of the ne
gro to tho supreme cnurt, was adopted by
yeas 19 to nays 12.
Tho St. Louis Itepublican of yeitcrday
says: AVo learn from a prominent Illinois
politician who has just returned from n visit
ut tho National Capital, that, in conversation
with tho leading senators and representatives
of his party, they all expressed the belief that
General Grant would retain Hon. "William
M. Evarts, tho present attorney general, in
his cabinet. Mr. Kvurts' eminont fitness for
tho ofllcu is conceded by all, nnd it is to bo
earnestly hoped that tho rct of tho advisors
of tho incoming administration will bo as ablo
statosmen at Mr. Evarts bus proved himself
Lettors from California continue to bring
fearful accounts of tho provalonco of small
pocon tho Pacific coast. In San Francisco,
tho post-bouict aro full, and funerals aro of
constant occurrence, tho burials in many
cates taking place at night. Tho Chinese, it
it stated, have suffered sovorely, thrco cases
out of fivo of tho patients belonging to this
nation terminating fatally. This unusual
mortality arises from tho ignoranco of tho
native doctors. Melancholy as tho accounts
from San Francisco arc, tho towns in tho
southern part of California aro still greater
sufferers. Malignant smnll-pox is attacking
almost every ono, nnd vaccination does not
seem to afford nny protection. Hospitals
havo been hastily organised, but no bencllcial
effects from them havo as yet bcon percolvcd.
Whole fumllles aro swept away, and in ono
instance a father and four children died with
in forty-eight hours. San Juan, n town of
l,oou inhabitants, in Monterey county, nbout
109 miles from San Francisco, has lost 100
out of 400 small-pox patients. In tho coun
try, away from "e reach of skilful medical
ad'vico, two.thlrds of the cases, It is nttortcd,
For Circuit Jiule-
llanagbeensollelied y iersoas of lotli politH'al
pirties tomnforthe JlulKclilpof ihe Nineteenth Ju
dieial Uictriut, at na cleetlon to be hrM on lliu Uth day
of Mureh, A. I). 1S, I now aalioance myself as a can
didate for that olllce, and plediso myself to the peopl'i
IIihI, if eletu-d, I will iWliari-e Its duties Impartially,
sail to the bcM of my skill ami slilllty.
- - .
If Ir. Honimrd willeomo out for Alderman of tho
Second Ward he will obllg MANV KMLMW.
t'Jitor ;;KrMi Ilenso announce FEIIDINANO TIIK
OIIAl.Il n n candidate for Alderman In tho First Ward,
ubieet to the democratic primary eleetlon.
u.. MANV (SlTIZENd.
Ifl. W. Il.irelav will U neandlVde fur the Select
CHineil In the Seeond Ward, ho will r''iye tho Mip
,K,rtof MAM HU1..MW.
If William ."tratton and HeorR I'. Wlllhmnn will
rf..ine in li lntes fr the select Council from tho city
nt larg" fiey will receive the enthltlstle uprrtnr
William Iiaercaa will recelro the support of many
friend" If h- will onentto run for the Aldennsa.hlp
of tho Third Ward.
If nleliar I Fussersld and Williim Mcllale will I
cow eimdil.ui'. fur Aldermen In Iho fourth Ward
they will re-e.,e the sUp,K,rt of
ic r.rf nnf horiie.l to announce dpt. WII.I.IAM II.
HANMMKYma candidal for Alderman from the
third ward, nt theeii'iilng charter election. tc
To tho Democratic voters of Cairo:
The mmenetoas means resorted to, to injure me ihj.
fore tho public, by onie of tho psrtltani of my oppo
nent for the nomination for Mayor, lndncc me tow lib
draw my name from Wfore the primary election, and
from the eaniass. Wlthaiiraacc of tho blithest ap
preciation for the ninuy expresxlonsof Koolwillentho
uirt of my friend, I am,
Very re-i-tfilly. JAH. H. ItHAUDKN.
Oilro. llllnws, February 1", 1k.
Complying with requests, verbal and written, of a
lare numtrof oUliens, I hereby nnnouce mv.-olfin
a candidal" for major for the rustling ollielal year;
object, however, lo the decision of thedeinocralle
party of Culro, at tho primnry elecllon Co In' held Sat
urday, 13th lint. JOHN If. OIIKIII.V.
Cairo, III., Feb. 2, 15. te
For Clly Attorney.
We are authorized to nnnouncc that I. I'. IHTI.KIt,
1 ,wlll le a eaadidate for reelection (o I lie olllee of
City Attorney. uli)eet to the decision of the democratic
l-'or City Mur.lml.
Fellow democrats of Cairo, I hereby announce my
self u a candidate for City Mar-hal, sill j'-et lo yourdi-cl-ionim
Saturday next, 13th Inst.
le JOHKI'II AIINOI.P. .
We areailthoriicd lo aiinotince tlut JllllN CL'llllAN
will l0 cnndiiLitH for the oltlee of City Marshal nt th
en.ulac charter election, siil;(eet to tho deelslonof the
democratie party. te
We are authorised to aauoliace MICIIAKl. HAM
HltlCK n a eatnlidate for the otflce of City Miir-hal,
sulject to the dei-i,loii of the demo.-ratlc party. If
Woareuuthoriierto uunotinco that DAN. .McCAIt
TIIV Is a candidate for tho offlo of City Marshal, nb
Jeet lo tlio decision of the Pcinoeratle jxirly. te
Kor City Treasurer.
.Mr. iWiisr Please announce me a. n candidate fur
re-eh-etioa loiheotltee of City Treurer, siibjeet to
the dii-icirtii of tho deiiiocr.itio jmrty at the ioiiHiik
primary election. te WM. T. llKKIlWAIIT.
Mr. VJLAtr 1'leai.eaniioiinee m as on Independent
eaadidate for the otneo of City Treasurer, subjeet, how
eer, to the decision ol the voters of Citiro.
te CON. SWKKNKV.
We reauthoriieltoannoiiiiee thnt JOHN VI.ANI
Is nean.lldatefortho otlieeof City Treasurer, stibjiet
to the diflsion of the democratie jmrty. to
We aro atlthoriiod to aatioiinee J. II. TAYI.OIta.a
enndidate for tlie otfice of City Trea.urcr, ul ject lo the
ie'ilon of llio'deinoeratio rty. I
l-'or lollre ?Innlli-nte.
.Mr. itoerneice announce me a candidate fr Fo.
lice Migltrato. s-unty debts and a spell of leknos
of two and a Jialf years' ilunitioil hate left mu in need
of the offlc. It i my chief suppiirt, nii'I this Is the
la-ttime I shall n!c otliee, I liojm my fiumls will not
f. rgetmw. te It. PHANNKSV.
.Mr. i.'Axr ricaio niiliouaro mo us a candklab)
fi.rthe otliee of I'ollee Miittrate, subjt-t t.ithodeol"
ion of the ilemoovail'' party. tol J.VMKs It VAN.
Kor City Clerk.
.Mr. Editor I'lea.e announce rn as n .m iniate fr
thoottk'fl of City Clerk, subject to (ho dt aof ilem.
o.-iiits al tho ensuing primary election.
It is will known that lam no li,'il denioernt, I
am a resular hard-nted, tvmUtnit nnd JWirwisJoiie.
I Voii know consistency Is a jewel thr- times.) I
m.ilio no hypocritical pretentions. My claim- nml ca
pabilities aro pretty generally known by a rudorlly of
tho cltlrens, whom I ask fo support and eb-Ti me. I
have worked fnrnnd with democrats, on ali ..i-nsiou",
slnc-o I eame to Cairo , my prospects nnd int. -rests are
here, and, If elected, I hope to Ih aUo to perform Iho
illiues of tho ottiee. to Iho satisfaction of ai. Myrc.il
ileiico Is on Washington awnue, next lo t!..- Calholle
Chun-h. Hespcetfiilly, Ae
tP. I.AWIIKNT1: T l-.vKNi:.
We are authorised to nnnoiinre J, II, III Mf'llltJ'Vrf
as a eaadidate for tho olllro of City 0,'erkat ie.tiliiK
eleotion, subject to the decision of tho I'-uiweratio
Mr, VJitvr I'leaso annonnco mo as an i .M-udem
cnndldato for tho ottU oof City Clerk at tho ..aaiiiiia
eliH-tion. to I. W. ttAliBKIl.
Mr. 1'Mor Vwta aniiiMine mo as a r.mdi Labs for
the ollico of Clly Clerk, at the eilsultii; . Ii . r elee
tlou, subject, howorer, to tho demoerntio yi i .,
te fATHICK Mot uI.Bll.
I hereby announce myself a candidate fur t!i otlU-o
of City Clerk, subject to the regulations of kUu4uiiu
cratio party. (to JOHNp.Kr.l.Y.
Wo are authorized to announco JOHN 1'. i.viil.Nns
a candidate for tho omceofClty Clerk, tubjwt lo iho
decision oftlio (kmocratlu party, to
rjlIIK FIKST NATIONAL HANK
DANIEL HCltl), I ltOIIT. XV. M1U.S.U
Fresldent. I Vice-President:
C. X. ItUGlIKS, Cashier.
'Collections Troinptly Attended!). ' s
Kxchniige, Coin, llank Note anil United
Stntci .Securities, .
13 o slit and Sold.
Interest Allowed on Time Deposits!
1ITY NATIONAL HANK.
XV. V. II A M.I AY, I'resliUntl
A. II. SAKKOIll), Ciislilci-l
1VAI.TE11 IIVSMIP, Assistant Casliler.
H. .STATTSTAVI.OII, I Iv'VJtVMviN'nll l
M-iiTT WII1TK. I IlOllT.II.'ClTNNINOHAJl,
OEtiVll. WIUVIAMBON, I HTKI'll IHI.
,t 'sir i wiu'i
Kxeliiinue, Coin, nml Unltcil States HomU
llnUKl't "lid Sold.
Deposits llccchcJ, nd n General Hanking
dec2FCA.lt f , ,
JjrKW AKKIVAIsSl SKW AHUIVALS
CIIHIST3IAS AM) XKW YEAIt'S J00IS
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
V22 '(iumcicial Avenue,
Infrm th olm.ui. of (biro mid rlelnlly that h lia
on h.ui'l one of Hie IarK-.t mid Ut.t a...irtl stocK of
Dry (iooils Faney d'omls- nml Xoiion,f j
la Siuthern Illinois, which he otters nt prices that will
Wo will sell Print", for Im-.i brand, at from...S lo FjU
Yard wido fllcm-lu"! Mudiii at i
Heavy vard wldi Sheetiaii nl .. 1
AII-him'iI Flannel at - - -
White lllankets per pair. at............ fj
jrae sire nll-wiM. ilouUe lihawl at 4 .. .
New7i.lylo ladles' Cloaks at 3'lulid upwards
Hood I.lnesat SO
ii I.U.IW ftliiiiiit.ial.ln nml n
tinil Foplin, per yard, from jatot-si.
Silk I'oplin at ii
(load jard-wlde Merino ut .
A birx assortment of
DIaek ami Colored Alpacas at 25 ccul.-
Anil numerous other st)l of Iro- flood oorrei
All-linen llUndkerehleN nt
Alf-lliion Toweling, iwiryard, at
Ibuxl Table I.llH'll
Irish I.inen, ynpl wide
Iridic-' Merino Ho-
Merina I'lider-lilrtsnnd Imr
sv . sr.r"
Alo, a Urh'i' uoortluent of
' S. t TIX TRIMMINGS
AIcMimli r Kid (iluvt
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M I Oty
li nil othtf GvimU comvj'viHiiiyly Mo','
j it Is therefore to the lutMfstof every person buyluj;
i goods to call at "
; laa Comnu'wlul .ivemus
llofore buying -lse here, as money Bared Is money
"Thankful for Iho liberal i-atronafja horetofora ex.
leaded lo us, wo hope tq jt . Wo tho saina iu fuuiro.
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