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SEiyS OF THE CITY.
it n .. ... ... '
i ne numm on win 1101 main
iNrjrtnun'a (Jlmlybeute . Cougli Hyrup
t bus superseded all other Couu.li Mud I
'clncs wherever Introduced, YpMo by
ri. J. Humm. Jun31Gt.
Ghkat Raikiains koii tiiib Month
ONiiY lit hats and caps tit P. XefF's, No. 7U
Olilo Lovee. tf.
P. Rtully having determined to close
out the balance of tils goods at tlio
curliest possible moment, will hence
rorth Hell any thing an hand at cost, an
UHJTIIAN COSTl tf
The Det l Hi 4'ueapm
DooIuy'H Baking Powders lias not only
attained the position of the beat, but the
eheupe-it baking powders now In use.
Strictly pure In Its combination, and so
exuetly proportioned, that there. Is no
trouble In making light, uwect blucuits,
rolls, pastry, fcc, every time. One pound
will o further In the culinary depart
ment, than two pounds of any othero in
market. Try it nud be convinced. For
sale by all Orocow in quantities to
The most stylish ullk liuta arc Invnrl
ably found at P NelPri, No. 79, Ohio
Luvca at prices that defy competition.
None but the best good in that line to
ue lounu ai mis House, ir
The. celebrated Aurora oil can be had
:atXo. 5)2 Ohio Levee. Jun21-lin
Tho St. Nicholas Billiard Hall 1b one
of tho largest and bent furniohed In the
country. It Is the report of both citlznH
and strangers who Indulge billiard play
Use Knder'fl Chill" Cure.' 'It never
Tho Continental In the only cook stove
wiiti sliding oven doors. Warranted in
nil respects. Pitcher Henry, at 192
Commercial avenue, cor. I2th street. ,
To Mothkiu and IfuitatK, Mrs. Whlt
comb'sHyrap for Dlnrrhoe &c, in child
ren whether Induced by teething or other
causes, is the safest and best
remedy, , jut)3l(I&wlv.
TlieUlioiKif Kin? NnUnina, IMhe Aptr
Ittitillsftf ctiuld rr.No ft, would ndtnTt that
there Ih sonLcthlng "new under the Sun."
clUulnnJa VjuUa or Salvation, for the
hair, is thoroughly original. There has
been nothing like It since time began. It
is the only transparent, nnd harmless
fluid In existence that will restore the
natural color td gray hair, without dli
coloring the skin. 'JanSld&wlw.
Th stoclc of till hats at Miller A Mill
er's comprises the very latostntylea and
the finest make of the season. The
variety isjvery groat, tha Htock largo,
and prices have been regulated to liar
monlro with the times. Call In and, ex
t - "
The cpmpletest stoch of geutleuicn'i,
furnishing goods In the city , U to be
found at Miller and Miller's. It would
be a remarkable want, indeed, In this
lino that they cannot satisfactorily supply '
at the very lowest HgureB ruling In the
- - m
Tho Ladles' Itestaurunt lilted up by
Messrs. Wnlkor &. Slsson, Is directly In
connection with the St. Nicholas Hotel,'
Vlieretlio most respectable ladles and fam
ilies of the city may taku meals or lunch-'
e.i In perfect' quiet, 'ami without tho least
fear of coming in contact with objection-'
able characters. It will bo kept in first
class style for first clais custom. Polite
and attenttvo waiters will always be in
uttendance, and patrons will always
command tho most courteous treatment
iii Minn -m
Tlitt N(. Xirliolaa Hotel and Iteatanraut.
This popular aud eligibly located house
of public entertainment is now fitted
and furnished throughout in good style;
and, uider the management of Messrs
Walker & Slsson, is doing a largo and
thriving business. It is kept upon tho
Kuropean plan tho guest calling for
what ho wants when ho wants it, wheth
er in the day or ulght time, and paying
only for what ho orders. The rooms aro
largo and clean, furnished with tlio best
of beds and bedding, while all other fea
tures of the establishment are arranged
withi au especial eyo to the comfort and
convenience of tho guests. JaGtf
, "jjiubesxin usa" Euders Stomach
A Sunn Way to Savk Monky. Buy
yourclotlilug furnishing goods.haU, caps
boots and shoes, at P. Nell's, No. 7C Ohio
Levee.-1 Ho Is now7 closing out his entire
stock at actual cost slnco January 1st,
sto.- ' tf
ir'l I --" -r
Tlijrjl s. Ainlvor-r.ry Hull liy Ibe .C'ttlto
Tho m'enibers of the Cairo Casltio pro
poso an observance of their third annl
ve'rVdry day by a hiiisquorado ball lu
Washington Hull, on Monday, Fobruary
28th, which, they expect to render an
nflulr pleusant to afl who may choose to
ra?tJopatq'. The management rpferwftli
prido to tlio masquerade- balls heretofore
glvort by tlio Casino, and promise that
thttibuUvhore nnuounced shall no of tho
moskutfspuotablu -and. .iuterestlug lob.
racter. ,,,. . 1 1
Committee of Arrangements Louis
HerbertjW Meyer, Rout. Brlbaoh.
January 28.eodtd. . . m i i
Register to morrduft
Col. Towncs Is in town.
w Tl'iniatloTiarb'ank6YtHelly fpub-
llsh their nuarlerly statements. tQ;day.
the river is fal.lng at this point. It '
fell ab)Ut'thr'ee inclitt H(iWelvo hours..
Tliero is a great deal of1 business and,
considerable mud on Ohio Levee
Butlor will not boa caj d .datd for City
Attoriley tills yeiir. XIh? wjfllTe , ,A
The Commissioners, appointed to rc
, Tho board of. registers will Hltto-tnor-row.
Don't forget to have your nfimeV
registered:" ' f
Charley Oaycr lost a breastpin on
Hunduy lilght a" blndk4 Woss with gold
drnamcnU on cofhers.
Jamos Carroll will ran for1-Alder man
In the Fourth Ward,' and Oeorgo Uen
drlcks for Alderman In tho Third Ward.
Philip Phillips, vocalist and compo
ser, will sing ut the Methodist church
next Sarurday night. ' '
The movemeul.to luduco.mauufact
urors to come, to CnlropromUe; to re
sult in much good for tho city.
Mr. 'J horn as Lowls, formerly,) of
Cairo, but ut present of Bprlngfleld, Is in
the city in attendance uL court. Ho looks
young and vigorous.
We Intend to enlarge, Btidxlothe the
'Bulletin' in a new dress in a few weeks.
We have been delayed, unexppctedly.
The foundry had not on hand the typo we
ordered, u'nd Is compelled tocast It.
WnntafTurry cprtain small poTlti
cans arc In! They nro fighting a man
they don'tknow Intends tpruu for Mayor.
How they abuse him ! Go In, gentlemen,
and pee where you vlll,come qm.
Martin, of the Charleston (Mo.)
Courier, was In town to-day. Barton, of'
Saturday and fiuriday. They ay ho Is
coming to stay. Glad to htur it.
We arc printing cards; circulars, bill
heads, and so forth, In tho finest style
of tho art, and at priced lower 'tnan tho
lowest. We have ordered a!Nli thelato
new styles of Job typejjind prercjplyed
to keep up with the limes."
Tenth atrget, whlchjjjvos repaired
very carefully, Is cavliig ,In between
Commercial avenue and Ohio Leveo.
The planks, which held tho dirt to Its
place, have be'eom'e'rn'tteh'ftnd arc crum
bling to pieces. ; ' , j.
The railing op, the high shhswalkpn
Waluu't fltreet, near ' tboj tf6uier of
Kighteenth street, has been carried of'
by ho in o miscreant, who prcfurud' steal-
1 no to fretting. The walk In its present';
condition Uutisafe. It needs reparation, j
and McIIalo'tt attention is directed to It.
Hovivalsof religion have- beau pro-
grassing nt tho l'rctbyturian nn I Metho
dist churches of this cltyJot .tome tlmu
being done, and manyenow racmbeni are
being gathered Into tbV fold'of Christi
anity. 1 ,
The big pump houW, In Tcnth.etrcet,
leaks when it rains, aud tho water pours
down upon tho machinery. That pump is
a luxury which wo should nover bare In
dulged Inandiwhletf should be speedily
disposed of. But whilo wo have it in
churge,' tho-i council I should provide
against any damage being dono ,to4ho
While other towns along tho Ohio,
are Inundated, Cairo Is not high but dry
Nono of our citizens havo been discom
moded by the water. Shawnoetown,
Gplcouda tutd other to wqa(presen(. a
Venetian appearance, and the citizens
nro going about from houso to house in
ekltft, which they call gondolas. Council-
man.Barolay. wrote, to .an. unfortunate
friend ai Taducah tlio'other day, asking
him to corno In out of tho wot, and soek
refuge In Cairo until tho waters had sub-
hided. , . s I
Messrs. Mlllqr.aud Mlller.bave Just re
ceived an unusually large, well assorted
and strictly fashionable supply of pleco
goods, to which they ask special atten
tion, Tbelotjembracea the finest cloths
and caslmern over brought to Cairo, and
such a variety ofstyles that all tastes may
be accommodated. Suits or garments
from these goods aro mado to order in tho
best manner aud latest stylo, and at
figured tliattwill .defy ompelltloiii ? For
proof of this tbuy.oulyaskto.be put upon
trial, At all, c vents call around, aud see
the now goods.- - Jan2otf.
From Bird's I'olut to Cbrlftm,
The following paragraph, which will,
no doubt bo read with intorost by the
citizens of Cairo, is from u late, mem-
ber of the CulcagoUallway 'Review :t
Tho I. M. Road crosseH the old Cairo '&
F. line at Charleston, 170 miles from St.
Louis'; therico to Cairo, It Is 10 nilles. Itt
Is tlio niteutlou or ttie Co. to place lu
mileaUuirunuiuR'ordento give' St. Loiils
u direct connectlou twith Cairo.
Mr. Allen agreed to hbvo tho road from,
Charleston ton point opposite Cairo com-1
jdotedby November 1st, of last year,
but failed to mako good his promise.-1
That he has"not altogether ab'uudoneu
the Intention to build this connecybh I1
with .tho Iron ''Mountaluiroad i.will bell
gratlfylng news to pur, cltlzons,
At. 122 commerolal Avonue, between
Seventh aud' Eighth street, is a first olaas
house of ontertnlhmenft jkpt ujiprij liip
t . -i- . .... j. i ...
rniainiiruiiL (ir XTiUniiifBii ai viuw luriiiNnmir
oysters, gamo or meals ou suort notipeju
the best style: Alsb ele'gant rfloniiVljd
bed"- for' trattslew gMests. Patronage '
rospecMUiiy Bpycuea, . , .ujmxi i
J12tf ' Henry Harris, proprietor.
....... 1. ... 1 " '.T' jl'."i
Khoolliig- AU'ray t Colnuibii'i
.1 Anerp .man, jiam.cd John. Warner,
arrfve(iln the, city .yesterday evening,
j nnd nlaced himself under medical treat-
tinolit for a serious guu-shot wound. Ho
gave thto lollbwlng explanation of tho
affra" In which he was Wounded:
Thomas Taylor, an engineer pn tho Mo
blio and Ohio railroad, became involved
in ajdlnicnlty with a negro man whose
name' wo could not learn. After the pas
sage of Homo words Taylor got hold of
an ax handle, and struck the negro over
tfio head several hard blows, knocking
him down. The negro, after n tlmo, suc
ceeded in breaking away from Taylor,
.and left declaring that he would be re
venged. When Taylor heard this threat
ho borrowed, a pistol, and awaited tho ne
gro's return to tho field of battle. Ho
had notlOng to wait. Tho negro In a
minute or two returned, armed with a
huge club, and reopened tho
confllot. Taylor, nothing loth,
met his enemy In an unexpected
manner. Ho drew his revolver, and tak
ing careful but not good aim, blazed
away. The ball missed tho mark at
which it was aimed, and struck Warner
below tho left eye, and penetrated
through his face, lodging In the Jaw
bone. As soon as ho becamo conscious
of the mischief ho had done, Taylor had
tho wounded man properly cared for,
and expressed a determination to pay
rail the expenses resulting from tho acci
Washington IUII, Feb. a Ml.
A Grand Masquerade Ball will be given
as above,, under tho auspices of the Cairo
Turners. The nubile irencrallv Is lnv!!ml
to attend; the. management pledging
themselves (hat no effort will be spared
to render the occasion one most
pleasant and entertaining to all who
C0MM1TTKK OK AHHANCIKM KN'TH :
. ... ' Jau20td.
Medical men proscribe Norman's
Chalybeate Cough Syrup for Croup,
Whooplug Cough, Dyptherla, 6cc For
sdlo by 3. J. Httoitu. Jan310l.
. Jlrtatl I'iu Lost.
A blaCk'cros-j with gold ornament on
corners; no. pin on It. Lost Sunday
night somewhere on Washington avenue
or iSlxth or Eighth -itreet A suitable
reward will be paid for Its return to C.
Gayer, No. 75, Sib. st.
We ask the readers attention to the
bailucis card of Messrs. 'uckrelgel, New
berry Ss Co., practical marble workers,
Monumental designer", etc., Owensboro,
Ky. The acknowlodged skill of these
gentlemen nnd tho unsurpassed facilities
they enjoy for executing work cheaply
and expeditiously command them cus
'torn, from all parts of tho country. Many
of tho more prominent citizens of Cairo
and Memphis havo given orders to this
flrmw)thln the past week or two, and
.we haejipdoubt,.thut whonthclr.work
Is permitted to speak for them, their
business hereaway will be greatly in
creased. Mr. CarlL. Thomas Is the
agent fu this city, .and will exhibit de
signs, etc., to nil who may give him a
j Pitcher Henry's large stock of hard
ware, cutlery, tools, stoves, tinware, etc
will be sold without regard to cost. tf
-Manchkstkh coats ready mado nnd
made to order in the best of tdyle'at P.
Neir h No. 79 Ohio Levee. tf.
P. Rlelly has a large stock of hats,
which will bo sold at Now York whole-
Full Suit you one dommk. Mens'
undershirts aud drawers one dollar per
pair at P. NefPs, No. 70 Ohio Lovee. tf.
' 'The 'Bulletin' oftlco having been sup
plied with increased facilities, Is 'now
prepared to do Job work cheaper than
ever. Wo aro determined, iu truth,
that no citizen shall havo cause, either
on uccourit of price or style, for sending
his work abroad. Our office is the com
pletest in the state, outside of Chicago
aud Springfield, and can perforin all
kinds of work for which tho river, rail
road, mercantile, legal and general
business of tlio city create a demand.
In point of workmanship we shall stand
Unsurpassed. Send iu your orders
Proofs hubrnlttcd whou requested.
' P. Nkkk's Stock of coatings, cassl
meres nnd vestlugs Is unsurpassed for
quality and stylo aud will be mado to
orderutlow prices to reduce the already
tremendous stock on baud. tf
' Th .New Yr,
Begin-it right, by buying, for cash,
of J.H. Metcalf, No. 332 aud 334 Wash.
Av., who has. enlarged both houso and
stock, and Is now prepared to supply cus-
tomers with tho best ut nil kinds of staple
tftrid'fanoy;fgJ'p6l,rJe8, queensware, crock-ery,-
glassware", yellow and hocking-,
ham ware, table nud pocket cutlery.
AU kinds' aUJlji, green, dried, nnd
can iied fruits, pickles, elder, honey, syr-
nnu. m ttia tona .iriiiaou ami A..r.nw
nne teas, conees ana
"chblco table butter always on haud." In
short, everything usually kept In a first.
clasirooerv: .bestdes'iihtions too num.
er ' toojitlqnjjiy, 9f .wlicl Wlliboj
sold lowest flgurei,
The Itonrd of Iteglfitrftf Itm
will Kit To-
Tlio electors should not forget that on
to-morrow, (Tuesday, Feb. lst,)tho
boards of registration will sit In the sev
eral wards oi tlio city for the Jpurposo of
registering the names of cittzens entitled
to voto at tho ensuing charter election.
Turn out, and register.
Gekt3 Shawm at Cost thpncst In
market at P. NefT's, No. 79 Ohio Leveo. tf
Tho splendid Thompson Dean, Capt. J.
H. Pepper, Is tho packet for New Orleans
this evening. Capt. Cr Hinde, agent at
Hibernian Fire Co. Ball.
The Hibernian Fire Co., No. 4 propose
to hold their Oth annual ball at
John Schcel's Hall, on Cedar street,
oa Wednesday evening, Feb. Oth, 1870.
As this company heretofore has been in
tho habit of having very well conducted
balls, where all could enjoy themselves,
tho management intend on this occa
sion to sparo no tlmo or expense to
mako it the finest ball they have ever
held, and one at Which favory , citizen
honoring us with their presence can en
Joy themselves to their ho art's content.
Prof. Elscnburg'fl string baud hosbeen
engaged for tho occasion.
N COMMITTEE OP AMtiNOEME.VTs:
J. H. Enomah,
C. J. Hyland,
Jas. Kennedy, v
Jau24dtd Tm. Gokman.
New Style Vivian scarfs, Victorlal
scarfs, Kugenle scarfs, Just received at
P. Nr-fTs, No. 79 Ohio Lovee. tf
M. Nicholas Hotel, Cairo, 111., Jan.SO, 18T9.
E H Smith, River; J C Dr.Laucy Rlvor;
Juo II Carter, Mound City; Jno C How
urd Evansvillo Ind ; Jno Ross Evansvlllo ;
Dr. Chas. Whitney tCapo Girardeau; B
F Fields M D Greenfield landing; Henry
HalleyCity; Frank DuSouchlt Evanb
ville Ind; Hauulble Rico City; Joseph
Decker Murphysboro Ills; Carl Zuck
relgel, Onensboro Ky; Wills A Grammer
St Louis, Mo.
Overcoats, Oveucoats Reduced to
COST AND LESS THAN COST to ClOSO OUt at
P. Neir's, No. Ti Ohio Levee. Jau21tf.
Hnlllday Bro's. havo received orders
from a firm In Augusta, Georgia, for a
large supply of wheat aud com.
The Aurora oil gives acleurand beauti
ful light and is non-explosive. Jau2t-lm
Steamer Dau. Able, Columbus.
tcnry, Amelia city.,
Slim Orr, do
Columbian, Now Orleans.
Bengal Tiger, do
Colossal, Ark River. . ,
"Armadillo, Cincinnati. ' "
A. Baker, Eastport,
R. C. Gray, Pittsburg.
W. G. Lewis, St. Louis.
City of Alton, do
St Luke, Memphis.
St. Joseph, do
Hello Memphis, do
G. W. Wicks, Louisville.
Steamer Dan. Able, Columbus.
O ITimrv Anion. Mf. f.nnla.
R C Gray, do
St. Luke, do
St Joseph, do
Hello Memphis, do
W J Lowls, Red River.
Great Republic, New Orleani.
Sam Orr Evansvllle.
Armadillo, Ark River.
Mississippi. New Orleans,
a W Wicks, do
City of Alton, Memphis.
Count, G Tour.
Business is fair.
The A. Baker, bad a splendid trip of
pcoplo but not much through freight,
Sho did a largo amount of way business,
Tho river camo to a stand yesterday,
and slnco then bus fallen A Inches.
Tho Mississippi is still falllug at St.
Louis and above. 1
Fur City Trmitrrr.
Wo are authnncH to nnnoiinor JJr. JOHN UV
I.ANP, a a can'llilalo for rt-otrctioato Iheomeo o(
Cily Treamrcr. Ui.
We N authorli J to niioiincclli;U J, D. TAY.QR
will boacamllilnlc fur City Trtamrcr, at the riuuinc
tlurtcr ulorlion. ' ' jaiiiitil
Fur City Clerk.
WV ar autliorlil to announce that WIIJ.IAM II.
MORIIISUaeanitliUtfl for tho olllce of City I'orkat
tliPirisnlngoliarlor nlfctlon, lJ
Wo are autlioriiod lo anunurif tint JOHN WtON
Is a camllilatn for the oflk'e or City Clerk, at thf emu
las chailei flection, v . ' ("JaaUtilt
We uri'aulhorh'xl tunntiuiinee that J. C. CItOW
I.EVwillliettcariillil.itnfortlieofllte ofClty Clctlc at
tin t'limiins charter iUotlolu. JanSlHJ
. Fur Cll'vMnr)m!. i
W ai anthorifeil to nrmQlineK that .MICHAKI.
IIAMIIHICK, jriH lrfa camlMntc for r-oli-clon t9 lh
oflloc of City Marhlattho enMiins wunlnlpal elec
tion. m . .. , iuvj)'
Wo re mithoriicj to amionni'K that JOSKI'lt All
.N0I.1) wilt iKiafaiullJatVfof'trio'olco vt yily Maj
"dhal at tho ciuuItiKi'liarfcrcleclloll. "
Wu aro ayttisrlrcil to annoiticv that PANI EL V
(?AUTHV,,prcicnVchlcf'4f poHcey)jtIl,tl ft cpJl JU
for ihoottlco vt Ciur;Miha)i-tifiereniiifiiK charter
IUCKRIEGEL, NEWBERRY CO,,
PRACTICAL MARBLE WORKERS,
nnd importers or
Itallnn Marble, heotcb Granite, Ete.
Warc-roomi and WorU-lmpcor.3d Bt. Afealttn.
MonumcaU Vanltn.OravoStonon, Mantlca, ralmb
Idx, eU-I, fixecutcd with uprior workmanihlp, at
li.weM prlcoi Kngliah, German ami Hebrew letter
ing ilon- in tho let xtyln ; marble and granite figure
by the beat aculptora of Kuropo impurteJ, and all
worlf guaranteed. Kordealrrt, apply to n I
CARIili. THOMAS, Agent
jan31dlf Cor. 8th street and Commercial are.
of the conditlca of T
OITY NATIONAL BANK,
of Cairo, IUImI
At cIojo of bnilnon, January 22d, 1170.
Loam and dlsconntx 1110,791 Oi
OiredralU . 2,29 6
U.H. Ikm-li to fectiro circulation-...- 100,000 00
U.S. Ilondi on hand i U.uo (0
Other atoak, bond and mortgage 1715 73
tluofrom lUdremingnnd llenerre Agents 19,49'i 22
" 11 other Nutnual lianki........ ,3i,i71 23
11 11 other Banka and llankera...... St,819 to
Rankinr House..... , ........... 05,0X1 00
Other Ileal Etate M lt,5ll 07
Current Kipcnsci - 49 (3
Taxes paid...... O't 21
C.nh Iti'in (Including itamp") 3.101 14
Dills of tber National Dank 2,075 00
flecl (nin) - 2,a7 M
Legal Tender Note - M.000 00
ilutllnledcurrcncy for redeinption - 3,0X100
Capital slock J10O.OM 00
Surplu. l'uuJl...,. 23,000 00
Kxehangn .....S 2,113 11
Interest 1,5 87
l'roilts ana Lossas 17,2C 10 S0.748 it
Clrealatlcn omstandiDg.-.-...-....i..-.... iBt.SM U
Indiridual depotlts ... 211,471 95
Dili' to Ilanki and Bankers - 119 51
Diwdcnd unpaid 43 00
fltaM of Illinois,
fiitinty of Alexander. fm . , .
1,A. U, Sattord, Cashier of tho City atlonal Batik
of Calr, do solemnlr awsar that the abov atatemsnt
l true to the best ot my knowledge and bllef.
' a. TJ.SAPFOtD.'CuiItr.
Subscribed and aorn to before me this tllhday of
January. A. I). .
" H. II. CANDKE, .Notary Public.
' R.H. CUNNINGHAM
0. U. WILLIAMSON
of tliccondltiou of tho
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
. , , ?r Cairo, IUbo,
Saturday, January 5Jd, H70. '
Iamu unii dlf count......
Overdrafts' ; -
V H lloads tnaneeurcircyatlon -
(Hhrlok, rMindnand mrlKtfe...ii....
U S Iwndt and rectiritlei on Inttid .......
Duo from Uli lulu (fund llorvnai;ent.
other Nntmnal Hanks.:
Duo from other Batiks nnd Hankers
Heal Kstate .u
Kurnliure and 1'Uturea
Taxes paid... -
S 0,51 1
' 45,m M
iienuiuncea in usipn.... ,
t'anh' Items tnelndins stamps...
i;asn on iianiiiuiR ui utuer
National Hanks )12,m 00
Fructlonal currency..... "J.tl'J a",
Hpvle 959 M
Legal Tvndcr.Notci 13,5:5 to
. SJ.797 10
9 JMjSOl 17
. LIAHimilta. m... L.
Canitil Mock, paid )n.-; .. ....ii,i;co,r0 oo
Exehaugc........ 97,274 41
Inlert st ....j. 0,373 M
1'r-titand Uim . l.li: 31
Due other Hanks and Handera
National Hank circulation outsbuidlB.A..
IndiTidual deposit 109,179 3V
I, C. N. llufc-hrs, Cafhlcr of tlio First Natlouil
Hank ofiCalrn, Illinois , nq eolsmnljr jscar that the
almre statement is true, too the Ix'it of my knowl
edge and belief. 0. N. HUOlIiy, OaMer.
Pwornand stib;ori)ed lo Ix-foro ran this, 31st day
cf January, Ib70. H. It. HAV, Notary Poblle.
.S. R. HAT.
GROCERIES, LIQUOIWifc TOBACCO,
g SMYTH & CO., j j
U UOI.KSALK GHOCEBS,
OHIO LE'KEt - - CAIRO, ILLINOIS
Alsoktsps 4vinily on hand a most oomplel
SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY, GIK
Port, Madeira, Sherry andCatawtav
uo, aoixt roa
J. RIED .j- CO'S CELEB HATED WUhEL
We sell excluslTcty (or CASH, to which we InriUlhS)
attentioa of close cash buyers,
arhpeclal attention paid to Oiling ordara.
dtcaradtf ,, ,, .
EER, ALU AND SODA J
living alicanaed Wholesale dealer, and ths agsnt ot
n celebrated Northern brawcr, la prepared to furnish
any quantity deslrod,
AN UMUVALLE1) ARTICLE OF RE EI,
lu Utiarter and Iliilfllbls. and In Kottlaa.
Noda and MiBcrul Water, lc
And all at tne rery lowest mnrkat prices.
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A sharo of public patronage Is respectfully solicit
e l. Orders ureompanled by the cask filled promptly
dul sktmfactorily. 1
('nil at the "Clly Kodn Faetory," allglstJa
atrcet, lieiwceii sVoluut nuu CaUar.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
" " sy t iufpr asuapsiy tmmfj
UALLKY'S CHARTER OAK
i ' Copper, TIh Mil Sheet Irtst -
AV. 1H6 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
"' ' lhn Ilia V.rV.I lfH. . lll3
KooBng, (luljering, Hpoutina .aad.Bteanibaat Work
done in a nsat
ami autisianiiai mai
' DiULiitt uv
U prepared to (III ordsn promptly and1 taUsiactiirtly
wttlt.tha ba,t oak and, hleiory flrewod.
LtiM erdsri at Hulen'a old stand, or at tilS)" !