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TIIE DOLI.AK WEEKLY 1IULL1.TIS.
Juhn II. Olrftl 4 Co mi nlurcl the Hit..
h-IV4.ukh. .,(tl. UV.kly liilni IllillHin lu
QaIUUju fv Kui,, innkiu thu vhrpMl pv
lr wtJuVil tu'Willicru lllinoln.
fir 1'rtsiJtnt, b',i,
JAMES K. DOOLITTLE,
rot,., dunwn of the nntu.wil dtm.
TriKt. York U-.,il.,iiS.,iU..r l.,(,lillli..)
llfTttord m rmm ,l,nt and unlnr.
U'-"o.,it,,.y u,yw4e..w.wrtii at tk
Tho election re'tums from Kentucky
and bt. Louis show that the democrats
kvc in both elections gained very deci-
viwries. iins is agrauiying fact,
and will be received by nil democrats as
an earnest of the remits of tho elections
of the near future.
In Keutuoky the radicals were
atrengtUned by the negro vole, and the
federal administration uvy
oy that it could command to ovett.uc
tb demooratitj majority, or, at leaat, so
greatly reduce it 'that the republicans,
Ten if they failed to elect their ticket,
"tight claim a moral victory. Put the
old guard of tJOinotrMucvor wavered
or a noment,aud triumphed gloriously!
Ia Bt Lpuifl tbe radicals also made n
Tf ojprU, effort for success. They
iiuAfJMar it may be likened t c tntii,t over light rails up an incline of one
Hmtd iy lU lueOuUinj t,noVd.ere '" u,Sty VO III. e., a- tons of
J Auieueun Wide, thcwjU li'.e past the whole uuiouiit carried beiii" naviii"
freight. 1 his is L'.iS imviiil' tons for
Vo J i?Jh i'n.un H' io "f the pre.-ent gauge in this eoun ry,
.V 'lJ, IIiuiii llrr III'") Ilflil ft- ,, ' . .. . , , . ,
Vr.hf. uT 1'uf 'i"n i,y the proportion ol paying to dead weight
l.TkVV,w t0 0,10'M) ,hat'"s Mr- ,;airliu
:i!o0KVt7L'1Th"''"1't f "SV i'h'.m roml carry 25 1 tons in 'M tons of cars,
ra;ia.i wu require U31 tons of cars at least to
.toiiif Bv tho a.ne results. Mr. Fairlie
tZEV 8",VM U as h'H Jh" oi'l!o that tho
" roiiui" stuck on a two-foot -
used oror.v weapon know i to political
wariaro, mid li.nl, besides, nil llio moral
nid which flic rofus.il of llio .1iV.own
h'rjmblicin lo givo to llio domoorntio
ticket mi unqualified support, conM
supply, n:id yet they were beaten
beaten in St. Louis not longngo ono of
tlio strong holds of the country.
"Things i. workiii' I"
Till: Siii !' Ili-yittcr, not lin ng the
fear of the God-and morality rcpttbli
enns in its eye, culls the lion. Hichard
Yatc "this ndulterous whisky sw'iller."
Gov. OdLKSUY lias announced his
iletcrinination to not run as the rcpub-
ican cauilitlatc for cuJgrcM at large;
but will ho hold Mcadfiut in tin 'tcr-
urination? lluinau nature is weak,
uud radical politicians and woman can
say "no" but arc very apt to do "yes.
Julia in Don Juan si g no consented,
and (low 1'almcr lost his rtuc in the
same manner. Is Oilcsby stronger
than Julia or rainier? He may be,
but there is reason to believe he will
not, persistently, refine to stand outside
of Senator Logan's old shoes.
Tkn.vjk C. Ci.avi.is, the junior of
the free love firm of Woodhull & Clnf-
Jn, has announced her determination
to stand for congress in the eighth con
gressional district of the state of New-
York. Her platform is "equal rights
to alt citizens," which according to
icr interpretation includes woman suf
frage. This "old gal," Tennic, is one
of the pestilential women of easy mor
als who have crowded to the frout rank
of the advocates of woman's rights. She
is "full of goutid and f ry signifying
nothing." Her motto is : "Make it
pay." With unblushing effrontery
she advocates damnable doctrine, the
success of which would induce chaos to
come again and transform the world
into a badly managed bawdy house.
She is, in short, n dangerous pest and
should bo suppressed crushed out
laid upon the shelf ol public displeas
ure I I I I I I I
Stephen Peaul Andrews, the
"Pautarchy " man, is at home on defi
nitions, aud can define tho commouest
word in language so skillful that
no person on or over or under tho earth
can comprehend it. Tako ns an instance
his definition ol the word " ll'gV "
derived from the LaS'n word r
meaning straight. To illustrate ho tau
n straight road, as that which lead most
directly to the object aimed at. " The
'straight road," he says, "is u v 7
' precious Analogue or Typo by which
to elucidato this whole subject a fjein
'of universologica1 illustration," be
cause, as Pearl holds, the practical'v
nll-impoi.nnt property of a straight
line, street or road, is that it points in
two opposite directions. "indicated
' by the words come and go, bring aud
lcarg, to and fiom, hither aud gun, etc.,
(technically afiuciuetu and ilUIWVI.'l,
. , . , , . , . ,
tile tOWHChUCM illld tllO f ro.HWlltCii-
'iiejw.i All of wlni'li i jininlK' mill.
I v v
I nutted to all persons who desire to bo
thoroughly jiostel on tho meaning of
the word " ltiht.'
Tin: New-York 1 cuing Mail has
seen a letter on the subject of narrow-
gauge railways 1 oni Mr. Robert Fair-
'li, the distinguished Mnglish engineer
who has been identified from thu first
with the narrow-gauge in buropc. Ho
writes that tho oxrx uenta made in
liru COmplotulv hiicct .fill, and as
I'vltlenri! of it oiviw tin. I'n.l 1 1 .-.,;..u
p.,,-, , , , , ,. , .
"' "auiuu uv liuill engines
everv one ot dead weight.
1 1 greater fcrviee than the best
I broad -;iu''u rcinil tl,.. i'..:t,.i a. ..i.. .
r w '
Uud that there will be a ureal saviutr
m'"lULli- llu 1'oricr., the three-foot
f Z!!' !'liuvi" t,,at il ,,as
I...... . . j v,v.
I " --i-w.., iuaii iiiiv n, inr nvnr
tiou, J.ld mst.; remiblieuii. Ittifn
tiou, :iotii im-t.
Mississipju ; -Democratic, IKlthiust
MILlL.-.l..ll.LMit . 1.1
oi ftcptember; (Icmocratic, lm, 0ff;eii
.... . . ini
tCllibcr : rnnnlilipnii 7Mi ,.fu ... .
-. , UI ..ujiiunilicr,
Illinois: ltepublican. 1 Ith of fcq,
oW i democratic. -Itli of October.
Ohio: Labor mr.
", lbth of Oe.
C'alculatiim nartisan nli,.i,-. ' .
an election is like the ibllv r LUT
chickens before they are hatched, but
nui euieiuuiions will Ijo mud. 'pi,
furnish niiiiisomotitniid tost xicn'e guos
ing qualities. JJnrlngnj. nndnh.
after ovcrv nr u'deniinl clot m tltouis
appointed polilicans mourn over what
might have been, ami tho succcsalul
ones rejoico nt their go luck ; and
for n year otid a half bofoio every pros-
idcnti.l election tho politicians of ovcry
shado use their lead pencils 111 caloulat
ingthochnncu. They arc now all at
this amusing passtimc, and appear to
enjoy it w.th n relish that is pleasant to
contemplate A candidate, to be sue
ccssful in the elec'tbrnl college, must
receive 159 votes, tho total boinir .'117.
Hero is tho way tho vote would stand if
all tho stulca vofed at 1R72 n 1mv
mvo voted nt different times since
Grant's election in 18C8:
Miihulim fi Novniln
Arkntuuft 6 Now-York..
California C N. llmnr,,!,!
Dilnwuro il JUrvlnnd , .
3 N. Cnrollnn
Oeorijia 9 Oroeon
liiiliiinu u lannossco 10
honiucKy 11 v. V n' In n r.
Missouri 11 Vlririnlr... 10
Eighteen Htntes 153
This leaves tho democrats tlx votes
short of the necessary number ; but nil
of the remaining 1 C I votes nro not by
any means certain to bo cost for the re
publicans. Wo will set down as "sure
' republican states," the following :
Kliodo It and 4
S. Carolina C
Thirteen States 05
This classification, which wo Cud in
several of our exchanges, is no douht
correct, and it leaves as
Connecticut 0 Pennsylvania.... 2G
New Jerscv 7 Toxns 0
Ohio 21 Ncbrr-ka 3
Six Strifes GO
Now, if the democrats can hold all
they have and gaiu six votes they
will elect the president , but they cau
not hold all they have. Arkansas will,
beyond all doubt, swing back into the
radical ranks, not becauso tho majority
of the voters are republi
cans, but because Clayton having
sold out to Grant will carry the state
for Grant either by fair or foul means
peaceably and corruptly if ho can, but
forcibly and corruptly (corruptly i
any event) if ho must. Neither is
Florida nor Alabama to bo depended on,
since within their borders even vet the
sword is domiu.int, and what rao calism
therein dare not accomplish by open
violence it can do by con appliaui i.
This calculat oii would t. o 10 vots
from the democrats and g .c them to
tho republicans. In looking over the
republican column whic': wo have set
dow i as "cei.ain rcpub c u," wo can
find uo doubtful state, uo'.ess Illinois
may bo so classed, and it m'ght be if
the democratic leaders (so-called) of the
state would awaken toa thorough appro
ciatiou of the necessities of tho hoi'-.
Put among the doub at states the dem
ocrats on find much reason to hope for
good result. Connecticut w!U, wo be
lieve, voto for tho democra c president,
and New Jersoy and Nebraska
will in all probability voto in tho same
way. Texas, being a bayonet state, un
der the control of Grant's soldiers and
office-holding thieves who do his bid
ding, will probably vote the republican
ticket. We have, then, Pennsylvania
aud Ohio as the great battle fields of
the presidential contest. At this dis
tance from tho contost we cannot confi
dently predict the result, but wo have
little doubt that, '. tho democrats shall
act wisely and nominate a candidate
upon whom cau be united all the dem
ocratic votes aud against whom tho con
servative anti-Grant republicans cau
uot bo induced to vote by tho cry of
aiiti-warisiu, tho democrats in 1S72 will
sweep both Pennsylvania and Ohio,
and triumphantly elect their presiden
tial Candida i.
A SPIRIT PIUTUUB,
HlS'OUI.Alt Ot'CUKKKNL'l A 1'ICTUHE ON
A WINDOW l'AIN 110W Dill IT OUT
Krom llio Conneaut(0.)Citlzen
One of tho most singular occurrences
we have heard of Is n promo ol a man
ipon a window patio on tno norm side- ot a
iouso nt Ashlohula Harbor, occupied at
present by Mr. Cbarlos Lynn. D. 11.
(Inurv vlfltod thu nliico on Thursdav. for
tho p'urposo of gratifying his curiosity,
nnu reports as loiiows: "iiio ouiunes oi
this strange picture wore first noticed
soino six wcokB ngu, gradually boing de
veloped until, on mo occasion oi his visit
tho profile was perfoct, nnd tho expression
nt tho oyo particularly sunrp nnu cienr.
Mr. Geary states that while looking at it,
icro booms to uo no escape irommosiago;
gist In what position you will, tho eye
scorns to rest upon you with piorcing
simrpnois. ino pronto represents a man
of middle ugo, very heavy, full board, with
turn-down collar. Somo days ago Mr.
Lynn sold tho sash containing this profilo
to a gentleman for tho sum of $20. Upon
being romoved from its position to tho
homo no trnco of tho strange plcturocor'd
ho soon, hut upon ueing replaced it was
plain to tho oyo as boforo. This marvel is
attracting peoplo by hundreds, tho road to
and from tho house being constantly
thronged with visitors anxious io witness
tho sight. Tilt Hon. 11. V. Wndo . id lady
aro uiuong iluo who havo vis ?d the
placo. .Mr. Uiittry states that all lutempts
to wash It oil tinvo peon without llio least
oll'eet, although thojstron t acids hi 'o
ueoii nppiiuu. J. no coloring, which is y t
enough to glv i chnrt'.etor tu !io iuimnge,
is' oi ti vnrlugaled smoke, si ntly tingod
with blue. Here seutiin to ha u nut for
naturalists to crack, which, If sciuntlUcally
uono, will rollovo gretitcurU'.lty and much
AN EXPOSE OK IMS 10N0 ANCE
FALLING ,OXIT AJIONO ItADICAL
COULD WOOD OK SHOULD WOOD
HOW Atfb 'WHir !W1E TltlAWltV
Whon thldvis tall Uit', iayi tho old ad
age, honest mon get their dues ; and, now,
since tho radicM thieves at "Washington
nro falling out, thiroti rospn to boliovo
that tho peoplo will no. longer Hston to
tholr parrot war -crloi , ,butous tkem
from the power llioy iinvo so grossly' mil
llerqcomos William Wo ', ohlof of
tho sccroticrvlceiof tbo tronaury depart
ment, Msaillngsccrclnry Houtwell, diMar
Ing that he can and w:" provo tho follow
ing facts :
First, that thcro aro millions of dollars
of govornmont bonds which havo boon,
and nro now, ii daily progress of ex
chongo and redemption, whllo tho truo
ownors nro receiving tho interest duo on
laid bonds. Tho Identical hond nn
which such Intorest Is bolne drawn havo
boon rodomod or oxchangod by tho Gov
ernment under Secretary Boutwell, its
iso mi predecessor, tnrough tho conni
vance of unscrupuloi bankon and Igno
rant and corrupt officials of tho covorn-
ment, by orasuroi and flctlctlous number
ing of genulno bonds, tho result of
which will bo that tho creditors of tho gov.
eminent will either havo to sufTar tho Ion
of their bonds or bo relieved of such lost
by some special act of congress, in which
case tho government will be tho loser of
thousands and tbousnnds of dollar ' i tho
article of registered bonds alono.
Second, It will bo shown that the paper
transactions of the trouury department
aroof such a character that thoy will not
bear n fair examination without exhibi
ting thu secretary's ignorance of tho sub
ject or his connlvanco at tho glaring
frauds and favoritism which havo boon In
practice under hf ndmir'Uratlon of thd
depart nen'; also, showing that fibre paper
for bank-note or other p'urposo, rs a
provcnlivo against counterfeiting, is a
doliftivo theory which bo established by
statist cdotai's nnd mechanical oxperienc.
It w"l also be proven that tho honorablo
ccrci iry disposed of tto valuabfo pnpor
muking machinery of tho government at
one-fourth its original cost, and nt li is than
one-half of tho sum off red for tho mr ehln-
cry by parties not his favorites.
Third, that through Goo. S. lioulweH
want of mrnliooss, ho stoops to potty and
raeen rcsor i to dofamo those around him
who do not volunteer subscrvlenco to h'
dictation, indifferent himu f 1 1 to who.
or such dictations aro in r :o;umco wi
law or otherwise; i id that such i up -will
bo given ns should niaio i a y Jios-
Qrahlo man detest tho political d. nagogtiit
who now prcsidi cvor t 10 Is. ury de
partment. Fourth, in a synopsis of his clerical,
morenntile, md political history will bo
given, ns well m his c- ?cor as i I'inUr' n
crofin Tnul revenue, and liy of ex
ample, i t inquiry will be submitted to
know in what other light than a defaulter
to tho government tno now secrotary,
Iioutwell, can bo regarded, becauso of tho
amount expended, mal-approp.iatcd, or
purloined, equal in amount to between
$2,000,000 and $3,000,000, during his ad
ministration of tho internal revenue- bu
reau, which romnlns unsettled to tho pres
Mr. Wood closoi h communication as
"During tho interval, I may forward a
communication to Geh. Plcasanton, tho
present cotnminioner of internal revenue,
inquiring from him undor v) t law, nnd
from what specially nppropria I finds. I
am to bo paid tho amount condition '1 by
virtue of tho commission and w.itteu
agreement which I Laid from Hon. Geo.
S.Houtwall,. secretary of tho treasury, It
being a well-known fact that Congress rt
f used to puss a bill giving him authority,
ns secretary of tho treasury, to make con
ditions in such a caso. I will forward
with tho paid communication of inquiry,
the original commission to myselt from
the Groton Jlnnncie , by which the com
missioner may comprehend tho reasons
taken for tho intorest in that spocialty,
and, with tho explanations und proof 1
will furnish, show tho unblushing hypo
crisy and sneaking treachery of tho man
who, unfortunatoly for tho country, is now
desirous of running "io treasury, depart
ment as if he owned tho wholo concorn."
Wo hnvo received tho August number
of tho St. Louis Ladirf Magazine. Wo
nro glad, to seo this young aspirant in the
magazine world, compsro so fa
vorably with othor periodicals of its class.
Tho fourth numbor shows ovory sign of
healthful, prosperous oxistenco. Its fash
ion plates, suggestions, patterns, etc., aro
tastoful, timely, and well adaptal to "We it
em ladies. Tho lltorary mattor of tho
magar.ino is oxcellcnt. Tho corps of con
tributors includes eomo of tho most
graceful writors of the West.
In tho Octobor number, n serial story
by Miss Warnor, author of "Qucochy,"
Tho Wldo, Wido World," etc.
will bo commenced. Porsons who
havo read theso charming stories by
Miss Warnor, will consider this fcnluro of
tho mnguz'no a sufficient inducomont to
suU -ibc, oven if It lackod its olhc nu
Addrojs 'Margut L. Johnson, 407, N.
Fourth street St. Lo-ls, Mo.
Tho Chicago Magazine for August ia al
so on, our tablo, and is an elegant numlNi
in ovory rospoet. This mngiulno is to
handsomo thutono experiences a sensa
tion of pi casuro boforo opening its pg ,
As usual, Its taUq'of cohpnt', from i
fiibhion plalo in front to tin d, niostlo
cipti at thoback.of tho book, rtf nerfi ,
in thiSir way. A' t'uinll umouti' , Wj,,,,
monoy" a little thought ami r -o, aided
by tho Chicago M ga ine, will ,blo RBy
lady to dress well and fasbionabl) , ,
The August No. of tho North Western
Farmer, CaldwoM'& Kingsbury; puplUh
ors, Indianapolis, Ind., Is roce i-L fcllca
formornumtii i, Ills wc'flllod with out;!
nal aud solea. J nrllcloi of In' irest r id
vnluo t j Wosiurn farmors, fcr whom thoy
aro spi jlolly prepared. Tho prount num
bor contains a larger proportion of origi
nal matter aid groatcr variety of Kdltotlal
notes s id gleanings than former onos
showing a t n ouod effort to Incroan its
Tho August numbor of tho Etleeiie
Magazine is at hand j and In considera
tion of tho Bummor wnktlmr .v.i.i..
shows a largor proportion than usual of
light and entertaining -articles. Tbo
heavloltbu ibo' Hit III k lirfltliJ'.t, i1 Ilia.
gestlvo essay on tho "Downfall of Bona-
parioism, niu iuis is iouowtu by a hur-
anlol Hawthorno," "English ltepublican-
t.m " HITAPlptinl a r.,.tM ir..i. tl
: I " ",,,fvl junior,
'" Lio In Mars," Cur(oUlof CUjclm,"
"The Dutchman nt Homa," " Aphasia"
"A mow American root." and severs
others. "Patty'' la brought noarly to a
closo, and tho dltor!l dopartmcnli aro
E. 11. Poltdn. Publisher. 108 Fulton
Slrcot, Now York. Tornu JO por yoar:
two copies $0j tingle copies 45 cents.
Wo havo had thopleasuro of oxaminlng
tho first number of, tho now lories of
of Ford'i Christian Repository, to bo horo
s .or nubl'ihcd In St Louia. This nnrlodl.
eal, beforothewar, was publdhed In Louli-
vnie, and enjoyed a wide and Influential
circulation, especially among momberi of
tho JJapttit denomination, in whoso in
terest it is conducted. Tho Repository il
edited by Dr. S. II. Ford. ' Tho Dr. Is well
known throughout tho South i uncle.
quent pulpit orator and writer, Until
very recently lie waa in chargo of tho
Central Baptist Church In Mcmphlr,
which chargo ho gave up to dovoto hit
time and enorcios to tbo work of editlne
the Repository. Ho it assisted by his wife,
Mrs. Sallla Koch ter Ford, a name which
Is almost a household word among Bap
tists. Mrs. tord it tbo accomplished au
thor of "Graco Truman," a doctrinal
story, illustrative of tbo power of prin
ciple and the conviction of duty overall
temporal interosts. In tho Revositorv
for July are tho Initiatory chapters of
another story ly Mrs. Ford, "Byangel
Wiseman," which bid's fair to rival its
predecessor in interest and power. The
Repository Is a msgarino which cannot
rail to nayo a good lnQuenco In families
whero it is introduced and wo cordiallv
j-ocommond It to Christen familios ovory-
hcro. Address S. H. Ford, '
St. Louis, Mo.
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I a-. a.,aawsaaassffl
. . Offlie-;, First watnstalillsnkt
"WiV"?'? H'"?" i onio i-raaox-i,U!"
An?4a$!frok tho pVlsoni ofithe
Piombl'!" AniAfricinVnar.' kkith.
SAVK TWENTY PKUCKNT
l)y buying your
WaahlssRloii-nv., Nenr 1'oniiiii lloimo,
Mlftlir. RtMlhnr! nr.illiMra.Uilrj. In In.m
ciuiens in uuro timt Ihpr ro iniiuilKclurlnir ll
kind of v ' - ' , v
And liTi now mi Imnd n l fur uttr, it
til klailt, ami will rntititme In keep h llirl
BALKS ROOMS, IN TIIKIK Nf.W IIUILIUNO,
very dltcrlptlon of chcip ami costly turnlutrr
sMsrhle Tofipod Dnrrstit,
4?W"arlroUt Hif Clitlra,
A.6ora and Mtra,
-)UDgrf,ctO , etc.,
Whioh they will RU rnteo to Hell
TWENTY PEK CENT. LOWKIt
Than th can 1 lionnht from anrlhrrlralrr I
fi nltv f.ivn Ih.in a a!t nml ...llarr VMlp
COKNElt SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.
(Entrance on Hiitli-M.,)
P. J. Uakes, )
II. CC'wIy, y CINCINNATI, OHIO,
K. II. Lodwlck, J
OAKE3, CADT .CO. I'rot.rlctora.
COUMERC1AL-AVKNUK, OITOS1TK 1'. O.,
The IIodae is Newly Fciinisiied
And offers to llio public firal-clan accomnioda
iiona a.1 reaionaDie rairs.
OpponUe tho Potomco, on Sixth Blrft Utween
This Iioihb has bfen thoroushlir oTfr-liaiilr.)
reruruislied anil rrnovairu, nnu is now opinio
the reception or kmcu. rue rooms nro an inr
anuweil Teniuaifu, uu luniuiuru iil-w. i,n,u
kepi nlRM and day, Mid. uukiki,
Vllln Itliticr. llllisoln.
TIMOTHY COYL, Propriotor.
Is ono of llio bent ami flu et saloons In the cnun
l aid Is suppllKil wltn Ilia Mil Willi'., iiiiio
and laor beer. The proirletor invites paironaK
..iMnl.ln.id Irunl tli..iu hi. iiftlrund Wtfllnlldt
giro Ilium the bust In thu shop whluh l Hie best
In Villa uiuge.
TIIE PEOPLE'S MEAT MARKET
tMAH. (JAYKK CO.,
TrRKn rnni.Ui.llif on hand tha lest of heel
IV pork, mntton, veal, lamb, sausage, pudding
beef, etc., always oil liaaJ..
Ordora promptly llllod, and satisfaction warran
Biltelier sind Denier lu nil Klssda rrth
1 Conxia NixiTtrxTn'AXD rorU'B Stsiit.
UYB and alaiiKhtors ouly the ry beit cattle,
inianif for fresh inuala from ono pound to tei
i hnn anil arionii. Knii urri.iiiv.i m i.i mi
thousand pounds. deVJOtf
CJBUC'KBIKM AND DtlY CIOOD8.
"! FAMILY GROCERIES,
NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES,
HATH AND CAPS, ETC.,
Itaa Jml received a heavy stoclc of Hoots and
oiiucb, iiusivry nnu iiunvuv,
FOR. SALE FOR CASH VERY CHEAP
Hi alio has'.'nne stock' of Family Oroceric. ot
LcOHNEB SIXTII-ST. AND COMMER
ill s tin IsOOk. toh
noons. NAHir, etoi
W. W. THORNTON,
BLINDS, WINDOW OLApS,
LATH A.lTr) liTJaTBEIl
Officf. on Tenth St.,
Reiween VoinmscU1 rhiI WaustilaHrtaii
AilKNTH lor Rock Rivet Paper Oumpany'i
Mliealhin Kelt and Ounlf IVmiuit
II. W. John's Improved Kooflng always oil
HARD and SOFT LUMBEPI
ol every description,
LATH,' SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS!
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS.
Furnished on shortest notice.
Comme'rcial-av, bet. 10th and Uth-sts.J
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAM HI, HUKD, President;
HOIIKIIT W. MIl.LKIt, Vice-President J
O.N. IIUOHra, Cashier.
EXClUNnK, coin, bank nolr and United
States securities bought and euld.
Interest Alloweil on Tine DsalU.
rkarters jfsirck St, IMS.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO.
A. II. HAFFORD, President;
H. ti. TAVI.OK. Vice-Prrsldenl ;
W. II YSLUP, Hecretary and Treasurer.
P. W. IUactAT, Cmas. aiitOHaa,
K, M. HrwarLSTii, Pvt O. Benin,
It. M. Ciaiisuiun, W. P. lUliimr,
J. M, Pmiiirt.
DepoaltH of aay Aiuoant Krcclved frosts
Tea CesiU Vpwstra.
iNTKUK-lT palJ on deposits at the raUol tlx
percent, per annum, March Island Beplem.
ber Int. Interest not withdrawn Is added Imme
diate!; to the principal or tho deposits, thereby
giviUK them compound Interest.
MAHRIKD WOMEN AND CIIILDRBN MAY
so tint no osi sua cam maw it.
Open ovcry business day from 9 a.m. lo S p-in.,
and Haturday eteninn lor HAV1NU DEPOSITS
only, from S to a o'clock.
ouinf W. BT8LOP, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. P. HALLIDAY, President I
A. II. HAFFORD. Cashier
WALTER HYSLOP, Aaslsuut Oaabier.
SraiTs Tayloi, 'rtoaiaTH.-Oc!iwai,
HCOTT Wlllia, W. P. HilUBAt,
Uso, D. Willumsos, BrarasaBia,
A. D. Siiroan.
" i r
KxckauKe, Coin nd CssUe slea
Bond Bonfcht aaitl lM.
KPOHITS received, and a ieaerM banking
business uuuv. .
CARL L. THOMAS,
la prepared to do all kinds of plain and orna
KALSOillNINO, PAPER HANGING
BION WBXTINO, STC,
At figures which defy alt competlon, tad in the
highest style or tie painter's srj.
SHOP INj THE?ERRY HOUSK,
CORHXR OY COMMERCIAL AVUtVI sMD
, t iiobiu exwtsT. n , ,