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O'FJriOJi: No. 13 Tenth Street. Thornton's Building.
)AILY EDJTIW "
TUESDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 21. 1869.
;l JOHN H. Q13EHLY & CO
(KiOWflOlAL l'.U'IIJt OF TIIII, CITY
ti: 111 i.i.i cur n rut: h.m.y daily
IMP Kit i.l .SOLI HKlt.X ILLINOIS.
l'WtTl'N 1 I.Kt KOt'.H l rT?l4.''lV I fcj
riiijuu i i e i ; . . ntvtn:, rtij: iit'i.ilic.'
n.v in riiV. H i.st' nr.'v'i ica'ih.'i: am vk it.
i-sm tin i j.iiiiii.iuini
TUH .SUl'JtEME HEN Oil.
The iiiiliiiiuitloii of Jmlge
I lour to tbu
lr miu liuiicli iiiL'i;tH Willi dibfiivor from
uiiibiiiiitloiiuf oiiii;niiig,clrtiiiiHlaiicC'H
u iiiiipuial eituviiha aliuw'M t ti tit ho
II iirglmlily bu.rojuctt'di Tlio eleven
iiKiuuitlt! .Suiiiilor. will vote iigainttt
'in biMjau."o of liU opinion Mistnliilng .1
llltitry CotnmlKhlon In Texas n few
until hIuco, u lilclf tried iiml eofivlct-
11 limn for murder. Tin; Soiitliurn
.union wifl oppfi.! ljim buciiUHo ho 1h
iu'it tin the (K'oryla circuit, which
oy Hay Is entitled to the vacancy; and
out a dozen other HenntoM will nniho
the majority uuIiinI him on other
oundu-. - " "
The annotincemenrthat the Pret.1-
nt Imtr eci c! fcd' t'o:ij'i)6l ii t Edwin M.
iuitoti to the vaciiut aqproiuo Court
iic.-iiii. ukl i.i'ni::r-li..
O-""1!' 3 uutil UltlUiUUV uauilliu-
Tile rmldeiil called on HUuiton, and
idered him thf position, which ho no
pted, ""''(tlif'.JVlilfiJf replied .tlmt he
n.tuneiHi in) nump to tlio Kcimto on
brliVtf4;rl,-tl04Jy JudRC Grlcr's rea-
j'litlon takes efloQt. JikIko Strong, of.i
im. , tun loun tendered tlio Attorney
ntralHhIp, to tnkoeirect when Hoar la
nllrmed.
CAtlIIIAIi A.VroXKLLI.
"ardlnal AntoilclU In probably the
lent of the CnrdltmlH, politically, as
rdlnfll Cnllen and Cardinal Turre
inata are polemically. Dom of poor
rent, vlne-drc-nera In tho C'atpiiaua
rnjildly paacd through tho t-wmltiiiry
d was .Secretary to Cardinal Ifornsonl
ft I'refeot of tin? I'rt'tiiiL'iimli riintnil
Monsieur nntl I'rlvy Omiiibrohilti to
0 I'opo GrojroryXVI, and, on the ac--nlon
of I'lya J$ ,, mado Promler. -THO
iuii of tho 'new Pope promised consltl
ul reforms. Tho people hailed hla
nnlfWo with delight, unil were prepay
red t6 accord fair Hay to hla Minim
um to effect roforni. It walk nec'oH.
y to retrench, and thu domestic ox
llditure of thu Vntlpnn. lf.nltu Mm .l..
imlousnesH of tlio Pope himself, re-
ere, wnii to croato powerful enemies,
iluh the new Minister, whose position
h not yet aKCertaitied, wan loth to do.
ic people who knew nothing of tho
ultlon, attributed lil.i conduct to wau-
......... .1..... t . . - 1
ti wniivtiii. w. iiiuii i.j.iiin. JSUIIIJ
adfiiiliNtnitlnn tlio cnintilirvtHnttM nn
i nines iiinu much au uuitiviOUH null
em uiui it ie nuie man couiu no
.vo unraveled tlictn.
Tho Cardinal la of tlio middle of the
uure, wen kiiic nuu fliuguinriy cracot
I In manner. IIU hair, once a raven
f.nL 1. nnu' kllvnrlmi mill ulli.lilN. lit.
1 I .'.i ..ii.i iiiiki in"
men tocuri irom unuer me hKiui can
red. Hid fualurea aru regular, anil
ivu ueon HtrlKlnirly IiuihIhoiuo. His
tn lU PflMllirl'lllilM Ira It u I 1 . a t n
ptliH tlioro U a hidden llro,. capable of
irting forth upon provocation In ter
ryuiR llamies. 'Ilio rl 4 ttrui, ,Het
outh, while It (IckAtetA crcat deelion
charucter. bus a fallisht dufuet iiu th
)dlxKuli6i1 snoer , It constantly wenrs.
ou notice thla almost beforu anything
so.
Tin: WAtir.H oimvives.
. A
The coming despotism of tho potticoat
avernmoni to no hereafter not up by tho
rong-mlnded Hlnterjivod, tuay jmtiK-
lerl wlifii it Im I'rnvnv nrnnniml! Im nun
.'them that Mmdn houlil 'pliy their
Ivos wftBort'Uhoy, of course, to fix tho
ite, and to charge what they think
lelr HorvJcea aro worth. This Jh tho jaiat
unol'fl back. Ko It U not enough that
le poor Matrimonial Coolie should ceo
ss of Ills houseUian any ono oIo, that
0 Hhould toil eary and. Iate( mJ
aroiy uuo timo for his meals,
ay nil bills uncomplainingly,
nd be, Inuhort, 'tho pack-liorao of tho
unity ; but he must, in addition to tho
llowancc.', ho blackmailed, oajolci! and
oaxed Into actually paying ensh for
vetr button Mowed on or I'lirmnnt intin.
ed. This Is really an appaullng pros
cct when tlio eaHo with which uuttouH
ti rm
ome on 1a consmereu. 'ino gonerai
iad condition of tho linen of tho men
if tlio nation, may now-bo accouhfed for-
o a buttonless fltnto'and then atrlko for
wagea," Uuflf-now-, boen discovered
hrough the talking propensities of ouq
r tuo conspirators'. Tho ptot will full,
hank heaven, tho tailors still llvo and
A'Hl bo truo Iouh for a small eonsldera
tlon In a button emerL'enev.
TII: CIHCl.'IT JVDQKH,
Washington, Dec. 19. Somo very ln
.b-V"titt ivi . wJiiti;Lli. fill w liuiifiiii
regarding a secresesslon of the fcjenat
an Friday last, prenents tho President In
uai'iooiuu iiuaiiiiui 10 mai Douy in me
matter of tho appointment of the nlno
now Circuit. JiutguB.r- It appears that on
Friday morning tho Judioiftry Commit
tee of tho Bonato deomod it Important,
iu vlow of tho -prossuro mado frnm tho
influential (piarters against tho con
llrmatlon of at least llvo of tint nlno
Judges, topat!,ufUilniOU8iya resoltftfon
calling on tho Presldont to:8eud In all
1110 letters, or rocommpputuiou, oudoro
ments, etc, III 'dacli Jnillvidual oaso,
that tho committee might ceo If
Uio lniiuonoo ii ravorofthe nomlncea
was ni strong as, tljnt made against them.
This was brought into tlo Henato by
Bonator Trumbull, filmlrmau'of thd com
mltteo, who appealed to Seuatora to pass
It at once, uii( Uoosked them at thosawo
tlmuto observO(ftilly tho ruWdififiofrlnV
HHoli'moUi'Mtaiho'keptHocrt.',lJjetUV,'
said lie, "aae If wo can't uo somemmg to
keep tho proceedings or an executive ses
slou outof th Jiewapapers at least once.'
Itroqulred uiiaulmous consent to pass
tht resolution, but u singlo objoctlon was
made, w,hlch .carried ife'oer tllljlld fixt
extcutlf sesilon.' Iif the brsof deoato It
waM clamed that tho Benato had uo right
to call on tho KXecutivo Tor information
and reason In the matWr of llls appoint
ments, but on tho other hand, member
of tho Judiciary Committee de
dared that the Bcnnte was mado
by the Constitution a co-ordlnato
branch of the JSxecutlvo In this very
particular, and it hud Juntas much right
us tuo rrcsiuont to Know tlio reasons ior
mukiog appointments. " Itidocd." said
one Itepublicati Senator, "rent of tho
past two years have demonstrated that
the Benato should act as a check on the
E.vocutlve." "The President," said an
other, "had been furnished reason" fat
withdrawing ono nomination of these
Judges," But. as stated, tho resolutlpn
lies over; and In tho meantime personal
application has been mado to tlio Presl
dent by tho Senators for him to sand
down tho much needed documents. ,Thl
helms positively declined to do, and It la
said that tho reply to the refusal will be
the rejection byrthe Benato of sdliio of
thofio Circuit Judges. Judgo Sawyer, of
California, Drummond' of IlllholJr.'ttnU
Mclvcnnu, of Pennsylvania, were. re
commended by.no una, buUwcr selected
by tho Prekldont."
m o "
COX.NCI i:Ci:-TliICK E.
Curlouii fltarj mf i Til-!riie WottrKI
I j amble aHic
Bomo weeks ago, Jacob K. Hear, tele
graph operator and express ngent
iirownHTille, Nebraska", aliscorided ono
night with (12,000 left in his hands a
agent. He directed a letter to. tho paper
of that placc, wtatlug that tlioro were
nlnety.nlno chances of his urreittopno
of hit safe escape with his plunder, but
for that $12,090 he would tako one chance
in a hundred, ile wrote: "Won't this,
little airalr of mino make you a nice lit
tle local Item?"
AVhett the company learned of their
loss, they at onco sot active measuros,
afoot to captum Hear, but failed. Lato-'
It, hoivcver, ho has sent anetber loiter
to tho Urownsvlllo AdverUsor. In It
Jiear states thatJosica In Rambllntr led
him to commit the theft. H6tntca that.
one or me pacKnges uo nloio contained
tS.WO, and writes: -
"Hut the best matured plans often fall;
and nowcomos tho most iueredlble part
of my statement. The package of f)00'
was holdertd up In a zinc box tho exact
hlzo of the package, and X also had about
one thousand dollars besides that. It la
natural to suppos that I was very much
excited when leaving, which was truo,
for us I wua getting into a akin my foot
slipped and I dropped the box containing
the ;3,000 In the Missouri river.
"1 11 conclusion I will say this: I am
where I am making money fait, and
before the expiration of ten years every
dollar of that money will be returned to
the U. S. Kxprcfcs Company, If I die,
my life is Insured in fa Tor pf tlio U. B.
Kxpre.' Company for an amount groater
than what they have loiL
" I usk tho sympathy of no ono, but I
am already fearfully punjsjied, not
knowing what moment I will bo arrest
ed for my crime, And what ttyen? (Viw.
Btato PrlHo'n, 'or suicldd, If I prefer If. I
wlll alsohtato why I wrote tuo noto to
Holliday & Culhfuu In tho braggadocio
mariner I did. I wanted to, kill all tho
lovo and respect that my wlfo over enter
tained for me, and thereby blesses the
sorrow or anxiety that she might feel for1
me after she became awaro of what I
had done? You who :!iave" tip 'to tlila
time thounht or Imagined what a luxu-,
Tlpus life I am no donbtleadlug, are for
onco disappointed, as 1 am one or tho
most mlserablo criminals 011 tho faco of
thoourth!"
AlIlOCEHE,
0
A DEAD WOMAN OAIKM 200 rOl'.TDr
IX TWMTV VKAUH.
Tlio Hnglnaw (Mich.) Enterprise ro
ports that while removing tho bodies
from the old to tho new cometery, ,B0Uth.
of Kagln'uw City, the meu engaged In the
Uuk of dlBintorriug camo nccrosu a petrl
tled body. It was that of a foraalo; and
the Inscription on the headstono was,
"Mary, wife of J. Maiden, died April
21, lbfiO agod 60 years, 1 month and 2
days." Bernard itlce, who Is superin
tending ho dlsinterlug and removing of
the bodies, estimates the weight of the
body at 600 pounds. Mary Maiden, of
wliom tills petrlllud body is tho remains,
wus. well known in theBagluaw City 10
or 12 years ago. She was a doyout Ca
tholic. Hor liUHband' was aton'otlmo
keeper of the light house atThuuder
Jiay, ana is 110W; Hying at Alpenar it la
aid thai who died very, suddenly ono
day aftcrjeatlng a hearty dinner. She
waa quito a large woman, weighing,
perhaps, 00. ,, , , m( )lir
Mr.pjewis, throagh the Saglnawlan,
nays: "The head had fallen from tho
body, and tho.bonos ofNth ueekatiiha:
pqlut of separatlon'lia'd the samaappear
a 11 co as tboae of other bones near by,
known (olbo the remains of 'dh'o1 burlod'
about the iSamo timo. Of the head, as wo
saw it, theru won nothing loft but tho
bones. From the shouldsrs down to the
feet, savo flio hands, whloh wsro aoroo
what crumbled, tho body retained r its
natural uli ipo of roundness. Over tho
bowels the ro was a slight doptoasou,,uul
the wallo tho abdomen" was full, and
thejlmba, aven to tho broakln tb'olghj
'leg near tlje nn,kle', whlch'ocoufrd Wlle
tho duceasfed and her husband worakoqp
Ing tliollght at tho mouth rJaglrAaw;
river, weVe nreolsoly, , ,aa 1 atboy must'
have looked wlion sho was"
laid nut for burial. The gonerai appear'
anp'e'of thdllmy deposit by which thin
Wonderful innervation has beeaoireol'edj1
Is llUo thatiwhlch often accumulatesiiln.
( tun.knttles.fdnd'us It annearod-in tlin In.
v tertfces of the olothlatf-aud ;W 4X1 'eon'1
parts'of tho body where tlioro had been
.slight nbrasions, ns in tho left hip, wis of
'about tho same consistency. The cicst
and breast wero particularly full and iad
.attained a greater degree of, hardies
thanny tfdrUon Initio body."
I 'This Is decided to bo a cano of adpo
cere, which Is explalnod by tlie lew
'Amerlca'ri "o'tfcyeloileditt; ai follovs:
'Adipoccre is a product of the decotrpo
Ultlon or fleshy mutters. It beirsaslljlit
i'escmblimce to spermaceti. It iaforned
from bodies burled iu moist tarth, aid
espucially when these aro accumulaed
for years In great numbors."
IIOItltmLi: it!LTIL,VHO.
-MltAKJSNKAX CUT l.Wo
miED 1'incr.N-
The Utlcah Observer has the following
particulars 6f tho death of Oeo. Adatnff
11 young brakesman recently killed. on
the York Central railroad:
It n supposed (nothing certain Is,
known) that Adams climbed on' tbe tAuk '
of the engine, and, in ntterbpting to step
from tho tender to, the deck of thj for
iward freight car, missed his fnoflai .and
fell. The entire train, which' cdmlsted
of tweu)y earsjpasmid over hlsody.
This, of course produced death. The
.man was not missed immediately, and
'presently nn empty, engine shot, across
n ih rciniiiiiH-rivK ur ivu winuies pasiej ;
tho casulty .'remains undiscovered,
and then an cnglae and eight cars
passed ovor tlio mutilated body.
A few Iralnutes later, Charles 'Nermlro,
a swltchtteader, etumbled on the man
gled mass, prostrato botwron the tracks,
and jio shockingly mutilated as to bear
llttlo of human forn or resemblance.
Tho switch-tender net I tied the Train
Dispatcher, Mr. Charles F.Hand, of the
occurrence, and tho Conductor of the
darns' train returned and, after vainly
searching for Auams, came to tne con
clusion that the mutilated rcmalus bo
fore him wero those of tho missing
'brakesman. Mr, Hand nored,rtlio
main fragments of the body to the side
of tho track, and started in search of
Coroner Munroo. The head was terrlr'
bly smashed,1 tho bkall bones being bro
ken in Hue pieces. The ribs aro all bro-
Ve'n. sononqf theme lu many placos.
Both'armi'aro served, and tho detatchod
pieces uro cut and brokon in a dozen
places, 'i in ngnt Jimn was soyereu rrom
the trunk. It was not broken less than
twenty times. The left arm was terribly
swashed and out up. The body-
la'prttbably In six or eight hundred pie
ces. - - "
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
JMGHT! LIGHT!
m:m am hvperiok IiIgiit.-
Llslit t rnui hat, nnj It bWionre iftjodr tn
eft tlioChofjoit na uoi. this tni cun ix hwium
Utlll ttiU
Colobratqfl, Auvora; Oil, .
Which will cot toll thafiactfebT:idArttiAt tmnVe'
clilmntijr ; Mclrar icririiu)iHiPT on, i.tin
Uful Mrlit of crit Wume,;
Try It, kBi'Toi HlnTerBMsny ethr. it tux ki
otuir.rd froth
, ci ,K(TJlIiLi' JlUJIlf
,i GKT THE BE8TV
At 3f
far THR 0XLT ttB.IUlHJMrno.YID
ORI0IXEeO.LD WATCHES
, MannfKlarcd by lha
u OROIDE WATCH CO.
M
Tlirratfall tho belt maVe. llnntltv Ciifi. flnflr
chaard; look and var lll One gold, tud ara qual in
appcarunci in inn ih-.i um natciirn iqijaur coiiinx
lllo. KUll Ji-wclcd I.eTcri, Unit' alii Ulm1 iIki.
oi;n noirniiK extk REhnr.n solid
Oroidaliold HuntlPL-'Cuai ii 11'ull J.wrltil I.trra.ara
cxual to (2u(;od wa.Ub;JtiKulatanUiiaran
l 10 crop rnrrrci iima.Ban nar am noi tarnim,
with Kxtnt Kian Coin, at I'XI c-h.
So. Bioupy la rantrl In Mdaur. W
arud by Kxprex an?whro niiblntba Untf J fcUtei,
payikbla toncntoQ dcliiury.wita tba pritlrga to open
and oxainlntlifforo paid fur( and If notkaiKfaatorr
returned., by paring Utn Kiprcsj charsta, , Qoodi will
l a aonl by mail an ltc;llcrrd PacLa:r,Virrpald, by
kendin(C4liinnlTanca. .
AS AOKNT PKNIIINC FOR SIX TCATPtKH OETS
AX KXTKA WATCH KltKK. U A K I .N (I il'.V K.N J 1 6
WATCllhii KOlt tw, Oil KVEN J-M WATUIES FOlt
I1.-0. .
At.no Ki.r.aAJtT onomr. uai.nr.sf
CIIAIMH.oflutc.t and nioft rottly rtylr, iirl.blir
and Oontlf mn. from 10 to 40 lathi1 lonc'tt f2,
6, and f stroll, .cut with watches at w hoInnfepiitM.
Statu kind and aito of watch required, and orirr airty
ffm THE OUOIDE WATCH CO,
octlld A w8w WS Fulton Street, NvwYoik.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
F
OR SLK,
I
jbllX W. TROVKUaiCO.,, , ,
Itl'.OKKIUS AND KXCIIAKOB DEALERS
' ' Eighth'etfrcl, tceond dor fru(m Cojn. ATf .,
' BXCHAKOE 'CX ' ' '
Great DrltalH. - '
Wfltuicl, ;
Nortltoru IQcj-niaMy,
SQnllfllnt-tl Inruianv
Swctleu,
Alto, i'aflce Tiekctn (rHf
wtiiiwi uriuvrt, jiHvt ip r.M,
twtrp. Urtmeri
Ofo'nny point Woat.
i,'ollev'trpDn mailt en nuy. point In Europe,
dociii'MJtf j ;f' '
BCKJBINNGi
Mi MCUS SILyjgRliEI,. ' A
XKU '
be u.Bifti'nboir"3raiiurAcTuittL't
.1 , . . - , . If
So, 73 UjiloMV CAIRO, ILLINOIS
K New DiscaviRY .
tfHALOW. e' -V
viwiiiA;?r ;
SalrSHon for the Hair.
For Restoring to G?iw Hair its
Original Col
utterly from ajtlic "dyes," '
" coiorcrsand " restorers "
(?) in use. It acts on a
totally dUFerent.principIe. It
is limpidyfrarant, and per-
fectly innoctJms, precipitates
no muddy or naSilent mat-
tcr, requires no shalung up,
and communicates hotain to
the skin or the 'linen. No
paper ckrtain is nectary to
conceal its turJjWlappearance,
for the simi!ereason that it is
not turiyT ft is, to all intents, "
and purposes, a new discovert
ia ToilXChemittry. '
PlniWs Vitalia" is -
t a chance .
in the, eoler of thefisir within1"
10 days after the first wpplica
uuu, utu uirccuony ocing
careiuuy ooscrve
IT IS AS CpZkK AS WATER I
, AND jA5 NO SEDIMENT. '
Price, Dnc Dollar per Box,
I V u
t COtffSjNtNO WOJlfOTTltS., I
Sold BVALjRjjGGis.TSi.
If your D(iggirhas tiotoa
xK Vitalia " on liand write, en
closing $i.oond we will
forward itvylfmediutely.j
Phaln "& Son,;
.517 Brcadwav N. X
mn . 11 - 11-1 n ..jlh i.m.s
STOVES, TINWARE. ETC.
AIALLKV.'S CHARTER OAK
STOVE STORE
Copper, Tin and Skcct Irosv
ST OIOQ 23 X3NT a- s xc o x
Wo. m WASHINGTON A VE2WU,
(Aborc tho Hitrtet Htuio.)
FUofing, ()ntlrlns, Spoatlnfl and Btramboat Work
dona
ina tn a uit aad uuutiai
niaum-f, at ihort no
tUo.
I
3u u oaesi nw
GROCECERIESj.LIQUORt.
G.lj.TVJLLLi3I805,
U1IOLKSA1K GROCER,
J 1'IIOUUCE ANU COMJIIS8I0N "
AV 70 Oiio Lvet,
Cairo, III.
U.iatial attention giisa to coojlcnmenta aad filling
ordr. itetiVt
B.
SMYT11 & CO.,
H HOLES ALK OltOOKHN, '
. V .
OHIO LEVEE, - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Aliekarpa oon.toatly on hand a moil complcU
ihxKof
MUVOHK, WIIIBKIKS,
SCOTClf AND IRISH WHIfSKY, GIS
Port, llailclra, Sltorry and Catawba.
WXPHS.
J, MED J- COS CELEBRATED WHEEL
ING ALE. ' '
Wa ifll aultulTaly for CASH, towlilob wa Iqt4BW
atrntloaofluti(iulilMiTara, j ' -V 1
smnscialatlontlon paid to fllllnz ordm.
decHdif a
WOOD.'
w
OODI WOOD 1 1
j. w. Ttinim
la prpard io fiirnlth -y
( Qood TTvr-dL A dod
Atprliaawhleb defy MinjxtiHoa, ndaiai
Dallvar In ny fmrt ef tha CUjr,' n k
Ot ahe ,hoTleinie.
4
I.eare nrilxfa on alatca at Hultn'a yraaaVy, Ixmar
gan'a ad attwo, and Waoila and lloMfi'i 'to:o''y.
LIQUOR SAU0ONSY
' YbilN HyLAN D'S SALOP?
'W , ' ,
' ' lauppliod'wllh alknjapf , .
SupoVior iiiquor mf,
. a.
a
votnmorciai snno uu, tmui tubh, rtrj
Tllathlriti who lovo good llquorayahotlld elTohlin
f call, aad tfwfui who wlh, tonult,a.friwetol:ar ca
avolhi'lrwanliHiipplMiitlill'arj, m w i,i';ilv
A void ou1ckb.-a Yjcnir .r.UAXbT.m
7V prnrifnc,'i'lBf varraka dtllllty. ('stiira
alfcsv, A,,titvi(llaoterda almpla fatn tf eora,
wbkiu be will Knd fry to hi fellow auflnroM., A
dmuJ.U. UEEVh, ti Kiaa BWeof.TWwWkV
WW Oaa W
jHIHSTMAS TOYS I j
Now Millinery Gfaods, Etc!-
IKilustrcrolreil a. tpUmlM irltr cf ITolldty
-EvmirnlKvo'-ro ikixk tim ouiuv.
HKN,nil'ry clltfip.
Xo, lhalHtrxt ClAnk, Hcfnc, Drf n and aiher Pt
twin, fur I.lloi ami Chililrrn.
apuw, Sfilllncrr floods,
Alio nn h.nI.
IIONETS tnJ HATS, lllcacliod, ColoM.Und mJ
orcr.
TENTH STRBf.T,
rietiffon Wnelilnjton and Walnut.
riel3.tr
jgibRV'EiiYthiNfi tn
TECH BOOK XjXCTX
OO TO
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'' 'Va. lOS.CoHXRIMAt ATMICS.
JOLIDAY UOOUij.
CKfottie)iia,arri FlreWe)rk.
AMl'LE riiOVIfiloN 1T;T1IE I0UKQS.
, J 1KUS. ,c
m . c
. 0 to IWCowmnroliu urtnut aorl huj jent ItoMtw
Koodi. 1'. 8mip him laid In n itocll la ftwit lino
ban noTr tioen cniltvl In Cnlro;
Cotifcctlonnof nil kltt'li,tori in nuatlMt tuU-.
tifrthlnjc I pImho and srattfrlboi wk would 1
erTa ChrUUox and Vtm Var.
Komombar tho lc, luOominrtIl Ironto.
J POTlMtd
JJ-AGKIFIUENT ENTEUPRISK.
8 UE.tDKI0X G0DXTV, KY.
Istkorlccd b tho Kcnrockj- Leglslttnre.
Capital Prizo 815 0,0 00
HALLE-Vr J7UZK, 10. .
I)rrrlng' to Uko plnco nt MAS0MC
TEMPLE, LOUISVILLE, KY.
Iir.CKMIIEJt asth, isst.
Oood-bndifi3rlkrrnl haTlen takoa, and vll ba
Mlnd tn aho,dawlng laid farms, wklak ill lo
91,200 In ea.it to "oh 100 aorta,
RENT OF CAPITAL' PIUKR, $S;000
TICKETS, 15.
Sad tor TlekaU to altlier of. tb fol
IumtIbs; AkobU, what vrlll niso furalali
laMtliIata. V.y (lvlna; descriptive of
the rroperly,
L. II. IjYXI runner,' Hank, Ilcndercia, lty,
K. II. AI.EXAXUKIC, Comuierclal I lank, I.onltc
Tllle, Ky.
JOII.V C. LATHAM. I'rMldtnl Hank, Hap
, kiiMillI, Ilopkliurillo, Ky.
JAMIM L, DALLAM, Comma I lunlc
4'aduoali, Ky, . . .
,U. a. T1IOHASJ, Lexington, Ky.
W. 11, TYLER, Owtniboro, Ky.
Kor Dakota ana iofurhuaUon eoaorrnltf Mia aulrr
prltf, spply to
W. I. Itl'DD,
niHco Cnlro CIlyMlierfbonC.
Oct. 2Mli,daod'JmAw
NATIONAL BANKS.
plTV NATIONAL, MANK.
X Olrof. Tlllnolsi.
H m .
.. -4 ' ' ' "
CAPITAL . . . $109.(KI
W. IMIALLIDAV, lrealdant
A. II. HAKFOHD. Uaaklari " ' '
WALTISU UYaLUl, AaalatMt Oatldtft
im Mraeiorw
: btaXts tatlor,- i w. v. n at.m dat,
CU'UTT WIIITC, . itUHT. ii..u.niuiiaM,
(itO. I). WII.LUMUON, IktKI'HEK 1J1IU),
a. ii. iikrt uui'.
EX8hmg:c, Coin, ami United State llouile
Uaufht ami Hold. i
DpoiU litttivtd, awl a Qtntral Rankin j
lltuinttt Owtdutied.
dapfl'Mdrf
rjlUH FIRST NATIONAL HANK
1 or
UANIKL IlUItO, I IIOUT.W. M1M.KU
' rreaiJoiil. I Viuo-I'rualdant.
C. . HUGllHH, Gul.lar. "
, ColIectloM Promptlj Attended to
Bccltangt, Oelnf Jaiik'Joteafcud Vwltad
. : ! ' Httaa Hccurltloa,
, Boucbit and JBtolcS.
, ,
' Interest Allowed ou Tinta Deposits.
aftW
D WJ HAMLIN',
. .. . at . 'M DBALPli,JX
t!f, rfAVOATN, IIRAH, AND HIIIIN
Coruer ef Cosnmcrclnl AyestM ad
Twoinin Htraat.
3.liro - '- - XIIIxloIm.
e'Kep a fulltnpply of footl, and If prapir.d to
fill nrdernoif aborl nollco,,i Uo IowmU niiukaUatan
ELf4cr;o: noticea.
1?
ijEtrrioar'NOTicii.
.'ho Rtoekbldni or the CftT National Hank, y ill
tak utitlco thatim Election wllfbo Wild ot IhW Uonk.
TUESDAY; Junilary H,ilf7. lor seven I)irtctoja of
I.I tl.L I ' '
eatu .juiii
A. 11, BAFFOHD, CiukUr,
CalrvtPcicmbcrlUc?.
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