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if ' NFAVS PAjtAajUpyj$.oilU'
A BoHton philanthropist is bo humane
that he cannot even dlnd upon hung
Why1, arc Victoria's pafclrv 'c&oNKo
the Canadas? uocause
The proposition to Introduce lce-pllch-
ra In mlrlKumtnor maicues, Jias uecn
vetoed by tho baHchall authorities.
Andrew Johnson and Pareori Drown'
low are fighting under ,thq samp flag.
"Polities' make strange bad-feilowH."
Ia i class' or lltllo gjrl the question
wa9 aiked,."What is,, a ort?t ,'fA, ;plapo
lo put men in," was mo renuy answer.
'Vhatl.a a fprtrcssthoB?" asked tho
teacher. This seemed a puzzle, until ono
little girl or eight summers answered,
"A place to put tho women."
A San FrAhcIt-cty bride thus emerged
rrom tier noiei to rocuru ucr unu&j emisr
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utoxb oi wniio huk wuu nanien 'Willie
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plush frimmlhgti jit the bo'fm.'h'fcaUed;
wuu peaqocK'A rouiuott; nanus in wuitu
kids; head in white blondb bounotj
faco fair, and hair golden.
"There Is uo accounting fortune.1' Wo
chow tobacco, tho Hindoos lime, and tho
I'atnuoninus guano. Our children delight
in candy, tho Afrlcanrt in salt, While the
Kiquimuux leap at a bit of tallow caudle
To us, turtles are a savory djsh; Jho
French revel on frog and snails: other
savages on snakes.
The body of n German who died at the
ko of sixty-five years, .und who was
buried on November 23, 1501, In Baltl
more cemetery, was on Sunday disinter
rea lormo purpose or removal, and was
found completely pctriUed. The faca
alone showed slgnn of decay; the body
and llml we're wrtld and stbile-llke, Ifafd'
and chalky to the touch.
Duluth, tho new city nt the head of"
Lake Superior, aspires to rival Chicago,
and the only paper of tho place, tho
'MInueotian,' publishes this ecmslbla
warning: 'We repeat it, wo don't want
anybody but building mechauics, rail
road workmen and furmerx to come to
Duluth at present. Wo aro not ready
for auyothcr kind Of pcoplo. Besides, wu
warn everybody, of every grade, to
bring two blauketa with them. Wo aro
hcriptural here, livery man "takes up
his bed and walks."
ne,.ee, who had spoken disrespectfully
ui mi- umuiium iuuuc, wasiiruvreu vy
a ravorca fcuitor to call uthin trie youuir
mako an apology. Ho made
and was cowhided by tho
A mau In Lee, Massachusetts, his wifo
being mortally 111, sold her clothing, and
one evening went out to attend n, show.
leaving her In the death-pangs. On Jds
return the wqmau was dead, and his solo
expression was that sho "appeared natu
TJio a want haa been jnad? in the cofo
of tho concession of IfqutorV tclographio
company to . tho British govern mcut
Tho total amount of compensation claim
ed wasXl, 1213,000; but tho amount award
ed was 720.000 the cbmpany't'o pay Its
During tho races In Purls a well-orgau-
ized body of plckpockoU made a cloau
uweep among the fashionables. Tho
leader Mas attired in such remarkablo
stylo that ho drow everybody's attention
io nts ecceuinu movcmeuis ana uress. in
tho mcantlmohUeatglite plundered the.
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Tho largest Immigration over yet
known In ono yeai wok in 1807, when it
reached 12,731 ; but is believed tho num
ber will In tho present year.be tho lur-
gest ever yet known In tho history of
In tho lust ten yearn wo have received
2,500,000 emigrants, besides the 05,000
Tho emigration from Eugjand seems
to bo conspicuously greater than at any
former time; and Itsooras to be no sud
don or fortuitous outburst, but to origi
nate iu "a disposition to systematize emi
gration aud treat deplotlou ns a recog
uized euro for tho difficulties of tho
working .clauses. 'i r
Thn Germans, 'Swedes, Xopyegiana
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and iianes go onjeny w iwuunain, k
though mauy Swede have been sottllngr
iu Minnesota aud Illinois.
If Kouthoru Illinois hud au actlvo,
earnest, honQst agent in Xew York, to
oj)orate among theso immigrants, ito
would accomplish more than any other
agency, In tho good work of furnishing
us tho class of people wo so much need
to Improvoour broad bodies of wild lands.
Other localities havo their "strlkors"
thero; why not Egypt?
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Gen Thomas Ewlng, Jr., declines to
bo tho domooratlo caudlduto for gover
nor of Ohio. He closes hJs'lotter by ex
pressing tho hope that tho demooraoy,
ty patrjotlo and sagaolous aotlou, may
Ing canvass as will onablo thom to carry
Ohio, and turn tho tldo of battle through'
out tho white states against the radi
ER0IC EXPLOITS 0F"A BOS'
' '' TON MAN" "
He Mcart a SeMlfaerM McmhIimI Crc
nlutMt toacMb,' na4.ItfeH n Jttgro,
The following sketch tlls how
Boston man" cowed a. whole cTew
Southern steamboatmen:nnd If any of
jour readers imagine that the "Boston
man" dW'nt do'itwoTMk'iJIm to' think!
During the . war, there were six thousand
meuin Boston who werfl never bo, eager,
togooutand deraolUh-Lee'B army, but
C,0ul ofjnx.took aick and could'nU go !
Of the forty-Bine fcealthy rellows, twenty
two hired substitutes, nineteen Jled
Canada, and eight went Into the army!
guut read tho following, and If it should
hX01" occncthtyotf dtIretsdmWdyf to
I lintV tlti ft U'hnln ntAiif nf CaiiMw.... Cn.
;chew up a whole crew of Southern Steam-
Iwatmen, why Just engdgd "a Boston
1 1 1 r otir
jl ii mru:i. Arir.. inn inatrtn mnn
A 4 If.t A . A i
,tonped,ond toojs another, boat, for rort
rillow. On this boat wad a mulatto mau
wnp nau neon an owerJy,erfeant In Uio
Federal army and was qullo intelligent,
aiMi KRVo uio nosion men n m-iat M6nl
ui luiurtuuiioii BiK)ui iue-oauie-or r orr
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xiuuson. tjio mato or- tbat boat abused
all the men, and was "constantly pullluR
them about and cursing; thtn in a most
disgusting manner. At last, from some
neglect of duty or falluro to comprehend
his commands, the mate got exceed
ingly angry with Uio mulatto, and selz
Ing iv window sash filled with glass and
an eighth of Inch thick, raised Ittostriko
tho mulatto. The latter dodged tho
blow and ran un tliu umr wv ami
backing Into a corner near tho Boston
man, entreated the mate not to strlkM
him "wld dat ulass." Thn main rimliml
at him like a demon, ami with mm
stroke smashed the sash and glass over
the oTTendlng man'jj head, cutting huge
gashes In his cheeks arfdJ Ills 'forehead,
and rendering him fqr a moment 6eH8t
lesd. Tho mato again lifted tho remnant
of the sash Jover Ida head for aaothcr
blow, when the Boston nun rancht thn
sash from' behind, saying ut the same
"Lwn'tyou strike that man again."
"Who In the devil aro von?" nlmnl
ncreaiueu me angry man.
"No matter; don't yo
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you strike that
jjy I'll shoot h II out of you, you
." said the mate. milUW out hln m.
volver and shaking It In the face of the
"You know, sir, that you dare
SlVKSSvSSr "" ,ttUerc00,,y' ')Ut
By this time a crowd hadsathercd
around and "ihoot him." "hoothlm,"
echbed b every sldo. The Boston man
pirm(i rflHnr! Iliaf. Mom nu nn
Northern mnn un the' boat.
"Bhoot him. by . or I will." ex-
claimed a little short man on one side of
"Let's all have a hack at htm. 'said
another, and In au instant no leas than
twelvo pistols or revolvers wore dis
played. no's a cussed Yankee. I know his
phiz. He's down here preaching Insur
rection among the negroes. Shoot him,
mate, or we will."
"no ho. so ho." sneered the Yank.
"things have cbamrcd since tho war.
Iguana. Now gentlemen, J see it takes
twelve Southerners to shoot ono unarmed
1 his set them on fire, andouoburle
follow cocked his rovolvor, saying, "If
tne maw-wM a U dlcowurd! ha was not
afraid to shoot any Yaukeo in the coun
try." Just (hen a ladv. -who was evidently or
Northern birth, camo up to tho crowih
and nuttlmr out botli of hr Indoy fin.
gera toward them, madd an awful kcowl.
and exclaimed; '-.
, "hame, shame on you.' Twelvestout
men attack an unarmed man with re
volvers: oname, suame."
All of tho party, Including1 tbt( mate,
bgoan to look sheepish, and as the cap
tain came rushing up to tho spot, they
slunk away. Tho mate, however, mut
tered something about "seeing his mau"
'Iho lady had dlsanncnred in the mean.
timo, otherwise your Boston man might
nave neon Jhuuceu to marry her on the
Whon tho exoitement had snmnwhuf
abated, the captain asked the Boston
man what was the matter.
It was explaiuod to him, together with
the Information that a complaint would
be lodged against tho assailants at the
next laudluff. Thin information vru
communicated doubtless to them. for.
after supper, one. cams Un to th liaatn
(man and offered his baud, saying:
li'Stranger, we're kind o'shamedo' that
pre mue arrair a little while ago Come.
come, let's lloker, and call it a draw
game. What der yor say, old feller?"
"i don't drink," said tho Yankee.
"Well, take suthiu or otfaor. and we'll
all take whisky. Come, taln't more'n
lair yer snouiu 'cept a pollogy."
'It'a Just here, eentleman." said thn
Yankee to the crowd now gathered
arouud, I'll accopt tho apology; butT
WHiitypu to understand hereafter that
whon you attempt to bully ft Yankee
that's carrlod bullets In his body for ilvo
yearswhich ho rooelved 'thrashing yqu
fellors out' why lust recollect that
you've got hold of tho wrong chlqken."-
"Lot's liokor. lot's llnlrnr ilnnlr nnn tn
talk," Interrupted they. The treat passed
urniinil nml I'nll n'uhi tna.iir .
rlago boll." Cor. Boston Travoler,
An old gentlemun of Bhodo Island has
an umbrella he has usod for forty-two
years, and which ho claims to be the
"What btauqh of education do you
havo chiefly iu your school?" "A wil
low branch, air; the master baa used up,
almost a whole tree."
, INDUSTRIAL 'LEAGUE.
, An industrial league, tributary and
uxllliary to the National Industrial
League, has been organized in Mound
City, aad, already embrace within .Jts
folds a large number of the mechanics
and laborore Iq.lhat city., .The purposes
of tho organization are thus set forth In
an address to the Industrial classes:
tuoy seek employment, not charity; they
aascrc aniniy io pome a way out or ex
isttnir difficulties and renuiro recognition
as the price of action. 'If' accumulated,
1.1. ...in rn.. M-i. 1 1'
shall be weloomed and receive amnio
nuuiui iu Miuucjr nui juiu uui iiiumi il
protection. Wu know of no natural or
eiomenuti principle wiucinecessiwios
an antagonism between labor existent
atid non-existent; or, in otner words,
between canital in brain and muscle.
and capital in dollahi. Taking tho bee
as bur exemplar In tho new order, whicli,
with God's blesslnir. shall be established.
drones have no place. Honesty shall bo
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mo ruio, iiiuxii; rcii'i'.itA.ui uuu jja
noil our ritual.
OsomV, Turner C'alro 'tinil
4 From die Faducfth 'KenluakUu.'J
,Col. Oscar Turner, Statu Senator from
Ilallurd and McCrackon counties, is out
i a card in tlie Paducah 'Herald''of the
27th of June, denying tho charges' made
in that nancr In recard to his favorinsr
the establlsbmoBtor a tobacco Uiarkot.a.t
cairo io tne injury or mo rauuean, .mar
ket. Colonol-Turnor deflucs his position
and flays: "You have boon grossly Im
posed upon ny your mrormant, w.nq ;was
either Justing with you or snld what lie
did from malicious motives; for thero )
no truth in the above statement."
Tho 'Herald' reiterates Its charge by
saying: "Tho gentlomau who gave us
the information insists that ho cannot
have been mistaken as to the tone aud
tenor of Mr. Turner's declaration at
And thus tho matter stands.
We cannot commend the spirit that
animates the Herald' In this matter. It
is narrow and illiberal. Thero arc, no
doubt, a huudred substantial citizons of
Illinois who "talk up" the l'aducah mar
ket at the expense of tho Cairo market.
Are they, therefore, deserving of the
wrath of tho Illinois piess? We do not
think so; aud If tho 'Herald' has u rod in
pickle for ever Kentuokiuu who speaks
woll of the Cairo market and expresses
a determination to patronize it, wo ad
vise him to enlarge his paper. He hasn't
apaoe to "dress off" the half of them in
Tho 'Herald' should accept the Hon
gentlemau's denial, and drop tho subject
Had Mr. Turner employed very word
Imputed to him, we can scarcely consent
that It detracts anything front his worth
us a-Kontucky gentleman. It certainly
should not subject him to newspaper
criticism. John Noble's chief happiness,
however, la found In his consciousness
that somebody eUo Is mlsoralle.
A colored man, Mr. Fomau, published
a card asking the support of his raco for
representative iu Congress fromtbo first
district of Alabama. We subjoin an ex
I think tho time has como whou ouu
of the African raco should bo allowed
to outer tho halls where tho national
laws are made and to listen to thqso who
mako them If tlWcannot'oIalm seats
there as legislators of the laud if ono of
tho niguest privileges eujoyeu vy an
Amoricau citizen Is uranted them tho
right to vote-why not tho other one,
equally dear-that of being voted rorv
The radicals not Only run a cauditfale
for governor against Jaok Hamilton, of
Teas, who "fought, bled and died" for
the party for four or llvo yoare, but tne
Now York 'Times' declares, "No repub-
.r. ' .... .... .'.
llcau can glvo him his support." wnai's
Iho matter? Isn't Hamilton subsorvlont
enousrh to party? Few mon havo douo
more dirty work for It than this discard
MOHAMMEDAN DERVISHES OF
Their nioiiuw, Dniici-xnnil novlltrj'
K. 8. Cox' letter to the S. V. W'oVlJ.
Now the chief begins. He chants pas
oaf os of the Koranrwhlle, staifdlug
arouud him seaxloHcuiarly,- u half d6zen
with whining tones. Others w,lth
their drums, sit cross-legged In a' row,
before a little stand with two long,
lighted, wax. tapers. A monotonous
drutnichorus boglns: then a long-haired
dervish bounds up like u Jack-in-the-box,
as if shot In the rear, and, being up. a
brothori Ambliidj lU garment and'
spreads out his huln and thou ho Jumps
up, gently at first, keeping timo to the
music. Ills head bow us his body
sways; thou taster aud faster, till his
hair tiles' arouud wildly and his
handa ard awimlhg insauoly. Ho
Is 'joined by another who 1h moro
staid. Tho last looks as if lib ought to
know better. Tho first, ouq, exhausted,
falls dowu'ln epilepsy and is carried out
No. 2 Is Joined uy No. S; thon No. 4 ap
pears, and, by this time, No. 1 reappear
and the quadruped fr they aro like a
brutal, four-legged nondescript uro all
at it. No. 1 having worked himself wild
again, stops a moment. The others stop.
A brother appears from behind with a
red hot bar of iron. No. 1 laps it with
his tongue. I see It Biuoko. My blood
ruus lolly. He slays the Inoaudoscent
Iron with hand and foot. Then tho ruln
isterlnir brother offers him toeat'somo
delicate sterna dp pieces of glass. He
crunched them aud swallowed thom.
His digestion is excellent,, Hit had b en
candy and ha had been a Javenlle: h
could not have relished Jt more." Then
No. 2, the Intelligent;, stops and has a
long wire run through hla tongue and.'
out of each Vobeek, protruding
four inches. )(He8arw meanwhile;
llko u caged Jiyentf. Then' No. 3, who
has been rather quiescent, commences to
snap and bark like a baogry dog-eye
popping out. and face all s vase and un-
bruted; Barked t Ho kowledi ke rowl
ed. Finally, tho , .minis Utfthg' brotbec
comes out with one of the. thick, leaves
of tho prickly pear, a toot loag, In form1
of 'an ellipse'; an Inch thick, and full of
'.thbrns; ull tho dervishes drop down on
all fours and aro biting at It, and into it,
and cruilchlutr it, -Tho froth of their
mad mouths hangs to thegreea, prickles
and talavers thorreon riser UvhlrWliatl
Lioro? No 4, In on ecstaoy of frantic
diabolism, swallowed a scorpion; Wheth
er they havo taken out tho poison, or
whether tho aillatus is so enormously ex
citing that poison Is Innoxious, or what
Clad knnu'n! IVn tnmmnn Muhmniirul
'In haste; beckon our'Iadlc from above In
tno dark, nnd seek rellcr and breath In
ho narrow streets. Upon this Infernal
orgy wo havo' noflilng'-to' c6'mbVerit. It
Ihuh near making the human a wild ani
mal M anything. can be.- rT t w 0
A 'tiiiupion Teve. x
' (From tllu c'faclniit) JCorifiVfcUi;' Mt'lifl
Tom Allen, the champion ' pugilist of
tho United States, was to have made his
appearance Ju Jbls cityi, yesterday,! hav
ing reached Vinceunes on his way hero
from St. Louis. Ho did. not come here,
however. He returned to St. Louis in
stead, in response to a tolcgram. Jt is
probable thatby tbo time this reaches
our rentiers Mr. Allen will havosurren
dcrpd the belt, beaten In one round by a
young womuu, his early love, who rati
away from homo to sharo his. honors.
When Allen camo to this country two
years since, sho attempted to come out
wuu mm, nui was pruventeu uyuer pa
rent-. Not long since, however, her
family como over and settled In Now
Yorkritnte. Tho young lady Immedi
ately commenced a correspondence
with Allen, which was kept up until his
recent llht with McCoole. That fight
settled the business, not only with Mike,
but with the English girl, blio could
no lo nirer resist tho pleadings of her old
lover, noV suddenly booorao famous tho
country over, eo nuo ten ner parents
and homo botweeu two days, met Tom
at Vinceunes, aud proceeded with him
to bU LouIe.4u seareh of- a church and a
minister of the gospel. Tom is a wlnnor.
JlcUtliistotlie clnimof Fox, Howard Co.,for street
rilliii,(mdproTidinu for lh lulDgof bond(.
Wlit-rvoi, a iropoitlon hu Won uiado to iht City
Cntieil bjrMetr. I'ox.HoiraH&Co.toTecelTefrom
ttietit) IuUiiiU. drlnic eight per cent. Inlret
perbiinuiu,Auduyablt twentv-flro yenrs cfter the
diilq thiTvof tit ur, lu,,eHInient .of lhflr uUlm
Illinium lur HIJ . uiiviri iitrn vijiiiav.iui hiM'iffiif iiv
kirceln Mid arenuei, tho tight tieixia iwcordHl to tha
cUy I" parnrftttil rf derm, nt anr tlnm before tlielr
mntnriiv. tlm vthola or any oortton of mIiI .lionda.
midaUo, ut uny tlmewithlu two yeat from th dmo
of laid hond. topurchao tho wholoor any portion
thernofat the rate of ninety tenia on the dollar, thoro
foro. 114 It ordained Uj the Oily Council of Urn ally of'
HeCtion 1. Tluit the pro Pcltlon off Mer. Pox
Howard fcCo..npielSadatoil'liandthnnme '
hereby accepted, with tte condition! and prlnletfca
Hit, t.'..liat, Ut the prpop of jcntrjtDt. Intpfpr
fii'ttheaeltlemeni uuoto uuthoriaed, the lionda of
the City Ijolnsuod to Meaara. rox. Howard Jt Co., In
null nunia as mnv te afreed upon, to an amount
equal Ut thflprluclpal and lntfiei (aold. claim 1 Uut
aid Loada aliall draw lo(irc4uttiiort of olxlit per
cent per nnUM,and ahull l ruaila. payahlo, twenty,
fito ear after thrtdato thereor, and nhallhav aeon-
ditidn Iniericd tueroin, tn
wtin,br any port'ouahcr
theit maturity ; that tho mteieat
hie aem -annual Vi
ieml-annuIJji and coupon, agocd brtha Mayor
City werl;, prvl,nS,wrno peymcptofiald In-
l, ahalt he aflahed fei M.i Ixinda and thai aald
hondthillbeii;uedbythe Maror nml Uty Clork,
I .l.ll l.mrn II... r-iir Mil Alla.'h'o.l lli.irrlil.
SjW.A Tlmt tw Ihu pUrtKeTlf fij lith idterixt'l
upon tne iioniu, ouuioriiiti uf. ino prcTioua aocuou 10
U ia.od, the proiwr ymccra.flf thn. tly aball. at tho
nam timo ft tho Ktnorarawr tnicr peiai iaxo 01
Uio city ate lefleu una ColiectiM in me preieni aui
In rach and' erery attecellnB year until aald
(Kind nhall I mi naul In1 fnll, a.taoa uron iuiJ
i-ollevt fioui all tho property rml and pero.
ual Iu ruld citv now toxuhle for Kcneral pur-
oer. n Necial tax numclont tn amouut to pay tno
nteri't on paid lond, which Mild lax thall he act
ailde and ho fcpwlally approprjatod tftth paynif 8t o fj
am mtiTCU, ami uu uei iui no ouiir urpou
Appmeil Juno no. inii'j.
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JJICHELSON & WIENER,
r WhsIeMU iia HeUll,
No. 88 Ohio Levee,
c.iuto...Mw...4ij. M .'.;.;.jLMNore
fl.U?!'"." rMl""c?,fo ".16 niiwufaeturii of imra French
fffiP7,?rc'2 ''8.roMn furnlKh (1 o pure nr.
tfcloftt ptlce which wlllnult fiilrn.(, Wholciialrt
an.1 rouil JmIoiti arc, inrile.j o cl. I unatf
rjl SMITH & NULtlE SCOTT,
Ami lnijrti'rt nml DepicM In
Htinian Hnlr, French rcrriimorlc, Brushes
comus, i:rc etc.,
, Aul nil klndir of Toilet Artlclen,
l.u..ii. a i.: ,"" V."...r.. ?"M"PninK nmi
rrtlcnUr Attintlnn ulvin
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1 -.ivji uuir, ujr grille tvou: It Will lirOTCnt
lr from Mil,,,, out, anl will rwitoro U1 to ft
oriKln! color. Coiwultalloni ti Dlmvwo of tliQ licmi
B en free of ehnrar. The
nml ciuiiiilne rmr !..!..
pilbllcnrelnTlted to call
Thcr will pro motn tho urowth of th In r. nrernnt lh..
lairirom rall off out, ..fudlcativ Unadruli; un.I Uee
the Hcnlphralthy. ' juntt,
QITV NATIONAL BANK.
Report of the Condition
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO, ILL
At Hie i;loo of Imaluen Juno 12lh, 1VX).
Ixutis and Dlnrounln..
V. H. Honda to n.'iiro Oirriilntl.m
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Other btocki, lloiuli.nnd MorfBnjtf H Tit 2f
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I)ilo from other Ktion IU,nk- a c! in
Pito from other llaiik ami Hunker 7 W in
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Other Ural htatc jj ail iff 40,314 07
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J'fMUoii"! Currvncy (including Meliclij"!
(pltal Stock paid n ;
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3 115, Ml 01
I. W. IIvInn. A-.'l f'.-i.l.ln. ..t un.. n-.., .
Xhink of Cilro. III.," do solemnly nweur that IheflTov
Matement U truo to tlio rr ... Ln..i..i .. ...
x"lr. W. II TSI AVl 'cdXl r.
3Utof Illlnol-, County of Alexander, City of Cairo:
DWOrn to and iili.rril..l Lt,r,.T.. ,uf. .1... ...
I Jnat. UW. H. H. CA ?J DKK, Nolnrv Fui'lic.
Correct attet: O. II. WN.MAJI'fO.V.
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i Mr ,,
UtST NATIONAL JJANK.
TweMty-fourlh Kenort 'of the ( onaitlou
FIltT NATIONAL BANK, OAIItO, ILL
Ooiulithiji at ifiihe of MnWijR'iali of JU-UV, UCJ.
irl nwiKui . 4
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yuc frOM Other Nntl.Hial lank..'.J!..;...ll..I. 8 !
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N. Jluahi-s Cmluur itf tho I-'Irkt National
llank. Cairo, Illinois du kolemuly
nhovoatatuiunnt I irilC
to the lut of my knowledge
0. .v. nuaum. cahir.
aarnr lhf th..
oiam 01 111111019. Lounty orAlexnnder:
HMpnwoimd.uhai-rlltod htlhroine, thla ilav
e,)m Atteati ft. It. HAY,. Notary lHibllo.
Jtuilhlli- W. JIII.LKH.I
J01I.V.T. IStVMK, tnitx-ctori,.
AIKO AND l'ADUUAIi
TliHHf)ii draught pajucagar Uteanier
Il.T. No'nillEU.V .' MJi.H
J. Sl.ll.EYJiltlyr,.,.. .,, uierkj
Will mako, reyulw DAILY TltlW petweon Cairo anil
Pailueuli.UAVini: Cairu uturi- .tiiuiu ihim.i...
ceplod) ntlifeoVlook. '
Tlio H.mte conuocu ut i'aduoah tho New Orlrana
and ohlvralltoAd, and thoCumheihudnnd Tffluee
I'uricllit or pawjc ujipl. on hoard, or to '
. M ... ill J. liUOKLKV, Acent,
UIuAl' Now Cottage and Uhm
llatlllld Kixletutll atrvuta.
UUKKX niMIEKr. Attva
TITANTKU Alexander County Order, at SO ct..
iY. and City Scrip nt ia cents on ha dollar, for U
klnda of Lumber uud DnilJern' Jlalonaln.
lanlMtf ( W. r. THOItXTON. .
For a new Jomentlo article of great utility; motto a.
umimal waut : aelUuta icht: uocnmujaition. h-u.i
atatari for clrouUr. MTVLUPl&LU 4 IMME. 4Vy. k
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