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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1871.
Ti'HN "Hn"'r' K')il"rn.l 1'iibllsr.ert
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Imnl Ihitmlymi'iinfl'-iluinlwuthrrn m"
,,.,f(rl o-l nI nil'.Jrrfs f W(rtt to ' 'Jw'
tnUrprulnQ butinu men.
Tlir DOLLAR WKKKLV-BUILKTIN.
John H. Oberly A Co. n reduced the sub-
n.klrGlro nullelln lo
Wrer... inWnjr.t the cheapest pa
p,tpoMihH in Southern Illinois, i
Kr Represent""' '"urKP"" f''r""" S,",''Al"
S. S. HAYES.
forTressmrr.sn I Trr-s-iiii r.
JOHN 1 BELY.
Do NOT, democrats of Alexander,
fail to go to the poll? on Tuesday next.
TliKftK are about sixteen different
political fictions in New York City.
Democrat., if you wish to succeed
on next Tuesday, you must vote, not
often but early.
Apatiiv pervades the ranks of the
democrats as well as those of the rad
icals ; but we hope every democrat in
Alexander county will vote ou Tues
The TF.t.E(iiiArii made a mistake in
transmitting Gov. Hoffman's thanks
giving proclamation by which its
meaning was considerably mixed. No
euch excuse can be offered for Grant's
proclamation. Its bungling sentences
were all his own.
The attempt of the radicals m the
first senatorial district to magnify their
senatorial candidate into the propor
tions of a man of ability and fitness
for the position he is seeking has been
very weak, aud, as far as it ha gone,
flat very flat failure. He is too well
known to run well,
Ox last Saturday evening, a part
of the New Orleans levee, inclosing a
whole square, gave way. The break
was from thirty to forty feet wide and
tlx or seven feet in depth. Two
wharvo" were entirely ruined, and fear?
are entertained that a ri.-e in the Mis-
sit-ippi river will inundate the third
ditriet, that portion of dm city (rout
ed by the broken levee.
('.U.JKOii.vj.N' manifest no disposi
tion to cultivate the heathen Chinee.
A late Washington dispatch says : " A
large number of California ns, men of
means and position, as well as many
men of other states, will petition eon
' grcs at its next session to place heavy
restrictions on immigration, so as to
' stop the heavy influx of Chinese, if
not to repeal our treaty with that coun
' try altogether."
Apropos of our remarks in another
column ou the subject of the joint
commercial interests of Chicago, Cairo
aud New Orleans, we append the fol
lowing from a New Orleans IMIetin
of some days back :
In Wednesday" t UuUelin wo loo oc
otion to fpouW of our city at thi. mari
time gateway of the groatcU nuturnl
ni;liroud of traffic on this continent. Our
remarki on tlilt Important suMani urn mill.
tlauliatcd by u telegraphic inquiry scut lv
the nreiident of thu Illinois Central rail-
roaa to tlio agent of that road in our eit
famr and itrospoett Hint lie will ho uro,
inorely as a dotnoornt, to shoiv Ihoin no
quarter In llio legislature; and wo trust lie
will be nomlnnteU nn.l olcctwl. And to of
TUB radicals are getting things into
working order for the campaign of 1872.
A new secret -oc.Vly has been formed
among them, called the " National
Guard," which, as its name indicates,
partake of the nature of n military or
taniation. Ft i funned of "iegi
' mental ami company organizations "
with field aud staff offieerr. A national
council i" to ho located at Washington
City, composed of three resident mem
bers from each state or territory in tho
union. This latest radical scheme orig
inated in n southern state and appears
to be the counterpart, in palpable form,
of the ku-klux klnn. In fact, the al-
cged existence of the latter is made the
excuse for the former, and undercover
of protecting the people of the south
from imaginary difficulties, a huge mil
iary organization, independent of the
government, bids fair to spring up, tho
consequences of which no man can fore
tell. Hut with its headquarters cstnb-
ished under his own eyes, the people
will see no move made by the president
to nip it in tho bud. The elections of
1872, with its powerful aid, can be car
ried for Grant, by force, if need be, a
fact, too well understood by him to
warrant his interference in its plans.
We do not urge tho people to vote
for Mr. Martin because lie bad lost all
his property by lire, but because lie is a
better man for assessor and trcasucr
than Mr. Miller, who docs not want the
office nnd would neglect its duties if
elected. We charge, very distinctly,
that if Mr. Miller is elected lie will not
assess the county and will not perform
the other duties of tho office that, in
other words, tho election of Mr. Miller
would not bo the election of au assessor
and treasurer for Alexander county but
tho appointment by ballot of Miller to
select for the people a innn, who, in his
opinion, would be able and com
petent to do tho duties of the
office for which ho is ostensi
bly a candidate. A voto for Mil
ler will bo a vote for Smith, or Jones,
or Brown for tho man Miller may se
lect to do tho duties of the office he
cannot afford to fill in person. The in
come of the treasurer's office is less than
81,000 per year, and Miller would be
very foolish if ho were to neglect bis
own business for so trifling au amount.
On the other hand, Mr. Martin can givo
all his time and attention to tho
duties of the office nnd needs even the
small income which it will bring to
him. He has gone by thnt point in
life when he can earn money by the
use of his muscle, and lie has not, as
Mr. Miller has, a profitable business on
which he can rely for the bread which
we all must have in this world of appe
tites and cruving stomachs. Wc, there
fore, ask all our citizens, without dis
tinction of party, to vote for Hilly Mar
tin on next Tuesday. We know Mr.
Miller will. Ho is so clover n gentle
man that he will not fail to givo his
ballot for the man who most needs nnd
deserves the office of county trensurer.
business interests of our city which
interests nppear to us to be linked in
tlissolubly with those of Chicago nnd
New Orleans in this matter.
Z355-TI.0 following Is tho salutatory of
nn Oregon editress: "Woliavo served a reg
ular apprenticeship at working wnshlng,
scrubbing, patching, darning, Ironing,
plain sowing, raising babies, milking,
churning nnd poultry raising. We havo
kept bornderi, taught school, taught music,
writton for tho newspapers, made speeches,
nnd carried on an extensive millinery nnd
drcs-innklng business Wo can provo by
the public thnt this work has been woll
done. Now, having reached tho age of 30,
hnd having brought up a family of boyt to
set type, nnd n daughter to run the millln
ory store, wo proposo to edit nnd publish
n nowspnpor, and wo Intend to establish it
as one of tho permanent institutions of tho
count rv. '
ftSy- Tho carpot trndo statistics this sea
son show that whilo the trndo Is very quiet,
tho prices of both foreign and domestic
carpets have materially advance). In an
ticipation of a riso this full, a largo stuck
of carpets woro held over from the spring
sak-3. The prices of foreign carpets havo
increased tuonty per cent., and domestic
llftccn per cent., as compared with the
prices of Usl full. Among tho liner quali
ties, Brussels appears to be in ircnt de
mand, and is generally profcrred to vol-
vets. The Hrussch havo recontlyjbeeonio
very fashionable, nnd In consequenco the
demand is Increasing. In many instances
velvet carpets nro boing removed to mako
wav for tho nioro fashionnblc Brunei.
tST A colored member of the Te.ns
Legislature was recently seen with a roll
of greenbacks in Ills hand, over which lie
chuckled so loudly ns to nttract tho at
tention of a bystander, who said to him
"Whataio you laughing at, Jim 7":
" Yes. " " Well, boss, I just got thnt for
my voto. l'so been bought four or live
times in my life, but dls is de fust timo I
ever got do cash myself. "
Mnny fshionable young ladies are
adopting the French fashion of appearing
on promenado accompanied by a mnld.
It is thought to convey nn Impression of
genuine aristocracy, you know.
Iffir ltoscnweig, tho New-York abor
tionist and murderer of Alice Bowlcsby,
has been sentenced to seven years' hard
labor in thostat prison.
r The amounts collected in tho Ro
man Catholic Churchc, of Now York city
for Chicago realizes $23,000. Tho Catho
dral alone gavo $1,000.
HSF Tho Taris demi-monde have again
revived the fashion of carrying ihort
canoj, and also green fans 18 inches long
5TMr. A. T. Stewart will tendor the
Grand Duke Alexis a grand banquet, in
his now marble palace on Fifth avenue.
VflfiT There were oighty-fivo deaths from
small-pox in Philadelphia hist week. Tho
number of cases is largely increasing.
BSfThe Lh Cross, Wisconsin,hotcls nn
running opposltson, nnd a dinner can bo
got thcro for seven cents.
Cgy Mobile manifests nnti-theatrienl
nnd Imltlmoro. Chief Justice Tnnoy nd
minlslored the onth of ofllco to nine prosl
donts; nnd for thirty yonrs hold tho of
llco of chlof Justice of tho United Slates.
Ml Hi I(h plooiny nllriKlntilN, loir sitlr
lt' ilrjtriNsloii, I volniiinr.v million,
limr semen, orniiitorrlir, lot of
power' uiwry nnii, inn or memory,
mill lliroiileiird liiinrtenrc mill I.Mlio
rlllfH, nml n lovrreltii cure In Hum.
iihroy'M llntiiconllil Nprrlllo Xo
Twriily-clKlil. Cumpototl ot iho liiont alim
bio mild polent utratlveii, they ntrike n
onile nt the rooH ol the mutter, tone up the syn
torn, nrrist tlinllclirge, nnd Impart figomnil
omrer, IllonnJ vitality lo tho entire man. Tuny
liiTPCiutil thousand! of cae. Price, f'. per
packifteiiof fireboxes and a large f2 rial, willed
d tery Important in obstinate or old cases, or II
nfriliiKlrbix. , Bold by nil druSglita, and sent
by mall on laoelpt ol price. Address Humphrey'
Hpeclflc llomcopntlile Medicine. Co., M,1 llroad
way, V. V. . BCHUIl,
niiRttHli-ownwly Agent, Cairo, Illinolo.
An Boorlnient of tho nliovo can. ecurely
HMked lor f hlmiicnt. for rnlo at Cincinnati tirk't"
and frilKlit, by 1IAHCI.AY llltOH.,
jtrusnnu mini i 'ciiior?, . i inho mtcp.
FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
01 Ilarlfnril, Con
Thk oitv of New OrleanB, through
her press, is calling tho attention of the
people to the great west to her ad
vautagCB aH a shipping point to eastern
and European ports. Especially since
the burning of Chicago has Now Or
leans aroused herself from a state of ap
athy and shown that by wise and prompt
measures thu loss of Chicago can be
turned into benefitH for the Gulf City.
In a lenghty article in a late New Or
leans Jiulklhi, that paper points out to
Chicago the superior advantages of
New Orleans ns a grain depot, and
says among other things :
"Wu offer tho merchants of Chicago an
open natural highway to tho sea, designed
, UiouKli brier, is of no little. ol- V,v meI w)l eU ( t ,
S v CKe&' & below Cairo jlnd wo alL
and abroad " ihoVfcleirr n read, and tho r.i.m ttmP' ;0UlllOh t"r tlio banding
reply will, as a wrtK couuo W vn f U'ir l5"1 W? Il,w" un uU,vnlor
Decidtslly yes J I" C0,V,,l,'ct.u "POrtlon, with n capacity for
vvnv ...!.-!.. ...i l'r liour nnd of utorinir seven hundred
.x.. .uwu ....viP(. ls uuiiiK uiKeu una lirtv thousand bu.lu ls-. w !,.. n..
ill politics, and that Tuesday next is of barges which can be mado use of at any
..leelion ih.v. is n fact nnl ,-n,.r,.lU. W0".1V"t.; W0. llHV0 f fcteamshipi
.. Jt - n......,j
known or rather, remembered, We
wish, therefore, to call it to the recol
lection of our readers, and to urge them
to turn out aud vote. Thousauds of
democrats in Ohio and Pennsylvania
remained away from the polls aud thus
contributed to the republicau victory.
If tho full vote of the party in those
Btates bad been polled, they would have
been carried by the democrats ; aud if
on next Tuesday all tlic democrats in
Illinois would vote the state would be
democratic by Vfm majority. Ho,
democrats, turn out
Notwithstanding the lact of Tam
many'a sins, tho blame oi which has
woekly from hero to N'uw York and I.lv
erivool und other Kuronean nnrii. mi, l ,
have toimngo to every point in tho civil
mm worm, u wouui bo well for th
baIHOSS men Of L'hicuL'O n rnn.Mn.
whether it would not bo advisable to ihtr
uieir grain via ow Orleans, especially
uurlBL' tlio time that thov
froin tho blow which thoy have recentlv
Now siuce theso are truths pateut to
tho commercial world, tho question ari-
ses, would not Cairo also reap a rich
benefit from the turuiug of tho grain
trade of Chicago into tho channel sug
gested by tho New Orleans press?
During Ja largo portion of the year
Cairo is the head of navigation on "tho
' natural highway to tho sea, dosigned by
me Almighty himself to be mado use
THK ENQUIKF.U ANNOUNCES COI.. T1I0S.
A. SCOTT, OK PENNSYLVANIA, AS IIS
CANDIDATE KOU THK I'llESIIIKNCY THE
Cincinnati, Oct. 31. The dally Un
ijuirer, of this city, tho leading organ of the
democracy of Ohio, and a recognized rep
resentative of the non-comprising wing of
tlio party, will to-morrow contain an arti
cle oxpfesslng preforenco for tho lion.
Thomas A. Bcott, of Pennsylvania, as its
candidate for tho presidency. Tho arti
cle discussci tits pocuiiar ntnesa lor mo
candidacy nt length, tho principal points
being as follows: In order to succeed,
the democracy must select a man
who can obtain u largo voto out
side of tho party, nnd at tho same
time receive tho cordinl support of tho or
ganization. Tho eastern, southern nnd
old border slave slates can be carried by
nny fair man, but sonic largo middlo anil
western states must be secured in order to
succeed. Col. Scott beinc stronir in Penn
sylvania and Now Jersey, ho may bo said
to occupy n position nnnlugous to that of
James ll'uchanan in 185C. Pennsylvania,
holding tlio key lo tho presidential posi
tion, must therefore, be consulted.
Col. Scott, having never been closely
mcniiucu wmi pontics, would neitiier
awaken resentment nor arouso prcjuuico
if placed at tho head of tho presidential
ticket. Tlio Enquirer armies that Col.
Scott's particular lltness for tlio presidency
is manifested in tho wonderful exe
cutive ability which has mado him the
men succosslul railroad munnger In tho
country, it nssumos tnat f.uwlu 31. Stan
ton was u good juiigo ol men, and that his
iuiceuon oi v;oi. cou in too most dillicult
nnu trying part oi tlio war as his assistant
secretary indicated a lilgli appreciation of
ma nnu aim uncquaieu auininistrativo tal
ent. It believes that Col. Scott thorough
ly syinyathir.es with tho movement to ro
store tho government to its old democratic
constitutional busis, and concludes by say
ing that it has no fooling in tho matter,
savo that of securing a victorv for tlio
friunds of constitutional liberty, and un-
u''ii von uu uuuicn in in, tho
of free government in the United!
may oe considered lost.
Equal to the Oreat Emergency.
THE IHON CLAD OLD
Tented by the storm of Sixty-one yenr
AND STILL IS SOUND.
ryi riotiijlicrmrpliii o
$1,8 0 0,0 0:0
.Her I.ones by the
(5 II EAT CIIICAdO KIKE
I.eaiinK her magnificent capital ot
t'ntonclied ami rjunrler ol a Million Surplus to
(SET IIAMTOKD POLICIES.
Snlliinl, .Mnrrii .V Ciindeo ngents,
COMMINNION AND FOttWAIiniNG.
General Commission Merchnnt
1U3 OHIO LKVKK,
COKNEll SIXTH and WALNUT-ST.
(Knlranco on Hlxtli.t)
OAK Eg. CADV A CO. 1'roi.rlMirs.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO..
..KHucceaior to K. H. Utndrlcki A Oo.,)
Forwarding and Commission
CAlht. .. .
twskl'i'eral Ailrnncc in i npoo-ry
Are prrpnreil to rrceire, ttore. ani orward
frelnhts lo all point and buy atil
nell on eoniialnalon.
"Iluolnesi atiemleit In protnptlr.
II. M. HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
No. 134 Commcrcial-ave.,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.
68 Ohio Levkic, CAIKO, ILLS.
COMMKRl'lAL-AYKNUK, OPPOSITK 1. 0.,
Joseph iiAYLiss, : : : : pnopniKTOB.
The Houhe ih Newj.v Fuhnihiied
Ami oflem to the public firal-cUm accommod'
- nenw hi rwnnaoie rafa.
0 EN ER AL UN I) ERTA K EH.
15 O '-
n r- i
1 f II
PAUL U SCIIUH,
it i: .ii o v i; i. j
NO. 108 CO.MMKKOIAL A V'ENl'll
WhlllnKer'H Olil Nlnnil.
Oppositk Atiiknkum, Caiko, III.
parlloular altfntlon lo filling all phyieln
ami family prejcriptionn.
nrri-a oi iianii
A L L P A T E N T M E 1) I C I N E S
worth having. Au'nt for
KIIIMV 'i:VKH TONIC,
Warriuileil the bent Ko-r Killrr known In Ibis
NO CtT It E-MONEY REKIJNDKI)
HUCHU AJg DANDELION,
An exrdlri.t rfinHy In all illn.f . of the Kbt.
,.r,r, ,.,.,,,, ,no.i or ratter
limn llemljobl'ii. ami lor
ALno Avr.M 10a
If tiiiilirr' Hamrophnthlr HptMrn.
Cor. WKKhlnKlon-nv.auil lllli-sl.
W. O. OAKY,
PRINCIPAL UNDERTAK ER,
IS v n
7.. I). MATIIUSS. K. C. DUL.
MATHUSS & UHL,
IIAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
Xo. 64 OHIO I.F.VKR,
IMxttn ruurlh A Surlh till., CAlIlO, ll.U
CLOSE & VINCENT,
DEALEES X2T LIME
Ckwent, Plaster Pakis,
Comer Elgbtb Mtreet and Ohio 19
9 r-5 ,3 " p
HI r- S ft
? i z h , r
SALES ROOM, No. 13 SIXTH ST11E
S. W A L T H It S,
HARD and SOFT J, UMBER
.il cvury ilcfcnptlon,
LATH, SHINGLES, CEDAR POSTS,
DOORS, SASH, RLINDS.
S T K A M 11 0 A T LUM U E R,
KurnlahM on aliortent notlcn.
Commcroial-av, bet. lOtb and lltb-etfl.,
JOHN B. PIIILLIS,
(Huccoaor to I'arktr Phl'.lia,)
DEALER IN HAY, CORN, OATS,;
Flour, Meal, Bran,
Con. TENTH-ST. and OHIO LEVEE
lulien upon tno just aim unjust anvo. i ,.pi,v .. h , , . . .
, , 1 r v v i . i "i nj men, and, since nature 1ms made
V.. J J n H MJ U ,iar, ,
. , J . n iru wuiliuiui
so far abovo tho radicals there that tho
Now York Tr'thum speaks as follows
concerning three democrats and the
Tboro ii not a republican in the city
whose eloction to our next uiieinb))' would
bo hailed by in with lucli intenso sutiefuc
tlon i would jtbnt .'or Chnrle O Conor,
Mr. Tildon. If eletoJrvi.ll ho apt to gWe
too much time nbct thotgbt to the recon
struction of thu de.'iiocratfc party; ttill, lie
to dotoit tho L'ung who have enriched
themivlvun nt (lie oxpcnxo of that patly's
i -vj w tix u bo at all tunes.
In this eaM, tiloro j, rouilJ((bout
route from Chicago to this city, ami the
commerco of the former must UBUhB.
rily be curried hero by rail. imvu
elevators of largo capacity provided, by
luemis of which graiu can be trana
ferred from cars to stcatners, and every
natural advantage is in our favor The
question is one of iniporttinee In the
The death ot V.ll on n1aliA.i ,.r 11-1
0rrfi.nftho daughters of the lto
when " bho walked In beauty " among m
' "or lu'"er wai men locretarv
of tho'i roaiury, nnd Mm. Tnney, the tis
or of I rancij L. Key, tho author of tho
"Star Spanglod liunncr," wai a mom
charming woman. A cluster of lovely
daughters made their houio delightful
and Mlsj Ellen wn to beautiful that her
appearance in public croatmi ..
great iennation, and iiortons
crowded near to sco uor. Soon after alio
crow up a sovcro accident happened to
Mrs. Tnnoy, nnd Mi?s Ellon declining ya
rioui otrcrj of marriage, dovotcd lienelf to
tho caro of hor Buffering mother. Mrs.
Tanev died, and thn I'lilnfJuciInn r..i.i..
and declining, demanded nnd received tho
most uovoteu caro rrom hit daughter. Tho
remarkable chango of tho fortunes of tho
Ttinoys from ntUucnco to almoit uovertv
nut produced a profound sympathy.
Tho I'hiof.Justico wan a Roman Catli-
one; inn wllo wai an Knls.
uuianaii. ai wan agreed altncir mnrrlago
inai inelr ion should iu educated in too
churcli of their father, tlio daughters In
vnai oi ineir moiner. no ton lived bo
yond infancy, but the daughtort have llv
, i grnch me ooioty oi wanninglo
NO. 150 WASHINGTON AVENUE
Haa on hand
A FIN73 STOCK OP WATCHES,
CLOCKS, JEWELRY, ETC.
Particular attention given to
REPAIRING FINE WATCHES.
The larK"t stock of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES
IN THK CITV,
Tin. linilprMlfftieil. lirOlirietnrH of ll.n 11. it v anil
Vi'sint IUllhin, Imvu Juki reuelvi'd an assort
menial um lutesi siyies ui joh ITIdIitik tyc
ana nuvi now onoi ino innmeninpietn (ooornoes
In thu Huutli and West. They Under tliemselves
Hist thoy posaesK lacllltlea for turning out
promptly, ii, thu best stylo ol tin Art, all work
enlruntllll til thptn. frnm lint u,i,allMt .mil nr
'"i'f'i l." iiiainiiiiitii poster, aud at prions
nnii.li it.iv wiui nor uuwiness men nu hoii4 ua
11 mi for semllDK tlinlr wuik to Bl. Louis. Ulln.
Clllmnu. JNO. II. O UKHI.Y A CO
W.StrattoD. T. H!id
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Sticrrsmrs toHtrattnn, Iliulion A Clark.)
COMMISSION M KUCHA NTS,
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois.
fy Agents of American Powder Co., and man.
facturera agents for cotton yarn. JT'dt
WHOLKfl AL.E CHOCERS.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Also, keep constantly on hand a mutt com
plete atock of
SCOTCn ANIJ IRISH WH18KIKS
Port, Madorla, Shorry und Catawba Wines
T HMYTH A CO. sell exoluiWoly for cash, to
XV. wnicn laei iiiey inyiiii ina especial auen
tiou of close bargain buyers,
Special attention given to Filling Orders.
00 KH, paiuphlets, tirlels, cstslOKiies, news
Dsners. tax lists, and nmi rarlutv ot eiten
printiuK oontraoted for, and promyllyaad
(Illy executed, in tho llnlletln book, Job,
irnp'nTi viniMg c inilllllIB will
SAVE TWENTY PER CENT
It jr tmyltig jour
llir well selected slock of
Of every description cttinat U
surpssied by aiy esUb.
llshment ol the
kind in the
liarlrrnl Mnrrli 31, 1S0B.
drier 11 '
CITY NATIONAL HANK, .CAIRO
A. H.HAFKOKIl, I'remile nt .
S. I. TA Vt.illt, Vi..I'r.nlent .
W. HVnl.OI', Hn-rrtarr snd Tn-siurer.
P. W. IUsri.iV,
y. 31. Mix klLtlii,
It. M. CfKIKIHAW,
Pai L O.hciil II.
llf II ll..,t..v m
WnnlihiKloii-nv., .Nnr.'.'oiliiiii limine
Slessrs. Elchliott lrnther deiire to Inform the
cltlmns of Cairo that thev are inaiiuliicliiring all
PLAIN AND FANCY FURNITURE
And have now on hand and for sale, nt
Wbolmale uml Itetnll,
II kinds, and wil continue to keep nt Ihelr
8ALKH ROOMH, IN TUKIK NEW IIUII.IUXO,
Erery dlsorlptlon of cheap and costly iiirnliure,
Marble Topped Bureaus,
49Warilrobea, Hola Chairs,
MJofai and Matrataes,
Whith tlierwill guarantee to sell
TWENTY PER CENT. LOWER
Than they can tie bought from any other dealer In
the city. Oil them n call aud satlsty your,
self, jy JsKlli
J. l. I'liimM.
IleioillH nrany Aninmil Herein rl Iron
Ten t enia I'pnards,
iNTKKKJT paid on deposits si the rsteol sit
percent, per annum, Msrch 1st and ueptem
terll. Interet not withdrawn Is f.dded lmme ,
dlstely to the pnnclpsl of the detioslts, thereby
Hit lUff lllcil, vvitlvuuu lHHir.it ,
SU 1IHT 0(JI IUC CAX UXAW IT.
Oiion every buslne.s dsr from a a.m. to 3 p.ni.
and Hatunlsy eyenuiK lor HAVI.Mi UKI'OSITH
only, from to a o'clock.
auioir W. HTHI.or, Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
V A V 1
W. V. HALM DAY, 1'resldenl; i
A. H. HAKFOHD, Cashier:
WAI.TKR IIY3I.0I', Asslslsnt Cashier.!
STAATTAIOn, ItOSIBTlI. CCNXI!IOA,
8ri)TT Wllltl-, W. I. llALUDAT,
Oro. D. WiiLiAMsns, SrrrurN JIisd ,
A. it, ntrronn.
l'.xt'liiniKf, i'olu nd I'nllett Hlcai
Hand IloiiKht and Hold.
DEPOSITS received, and a general banking
business done. -
DANIEL lltlltD, President i
ItO BERT W. MILLER, Vice-President i'
C. N. HUGHES, Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCHANGE, coin, bank notes and United
States securities bought and sold.
Intercut Allowed on Time PepoalU.
I. & E. GREENWALD.
Flour ond Onst Mills,
The "Tupper' Patent Grat el.ar
MAOHINEHY FOR QKNKRAL PUItl'OBKS,