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JOHN H. OBKllLY, PROPRIETOR.
OFFICE, BTJXiXiSTIlT BTJIXJ3DXITC3-, COB. 12TH STHHBT A.3STU WABHINGTOnTvBNUB
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1872
We are authorized to announce 001.. Jt.
H.TOWNK3 a n candidate for Senator In
thla gcimtorI.il dintrlci.
We arc authorized to annouiiee JOHN .
IIAHMAN m a candidate for Circuit Clerk or
Alexander county, at tho eimilng election In
FOK COUNTY ATTOKNKY.
We are authorized to announce II. AV.
VEHK, EStJ., at a candidate for County At
torney, at the enMiInx November election.
W'f are authorized to announce l'KTKU
SALT a a caiulldale for Sheriff at the ensu
ing No ember election.
"We arc authorized to announce UAMll.
TON IUVIN at a candldato for re-election
to the ofllco of Sheriff of Alexander county.
A SPLENDID LETT Ell FKOM THE
OHEELEY TAKEN DOWN WITH A
We arc authorized to aunouiire JOHN
)l. OOSSMAN a a candidate for re-election
to the ollicc of Coroner, subject tothe dccls
Mon of the Democratic Convention.
DR. D. A. FAKK.EK FOK OKEELKY
RMTot Bctttti. I'leane announce me n in
dependent candidate lor alexMator In the lower
Home ol trie (Jeneral AMcrnblr ol tin htMe
A men in I tie daya ol lionenl iroYernmcnt had
to announce their rlnclpUa or hobby, ti well a
ltieinelye, and appear liefore fieir constituent
r.tnl ilefenil llietn Iwfore they could get office, I
Mler Ihcr etouliilo i now, and will tay to
tli Totetf of Jacknon, Union, rj'l Aleiamlcr
ountiei, without Rwl(ln the deciuon of my
nun or rtjr, I tn for Horace Oreeley for I'real.
lent, and II, (Jrali Krown for Vice President and
e-idorae tlio Cincinnati platform. 1 am for ft tree
t rub race and Knlnt lhi primary njftern of
IxtiMK men to olHce. I am agalnt tlm .lock
1 w in tlila county and for tin- repeal of the Ohio
t tior law. t am I'.r the abolishment of the
,i.indjnry tn It lowe.t conUtiitiontlliiiilU.atid
llinreti.ion of tbe trrere jury m that Intelll
rent men ahall r.ot li ditqiialitlt.l to Mt on it in
i-e of felony. I am for treo trade, .inal
I nation, equal representation, and tionet men
.u otBee, een If I hate to Irt defeated lo Kt
inem there. ! A. I'aaatt. If
5nts7 ANN A L a n g
Un Eighth Street, between Washington
and Commercial Avcnuef,
fa receMng dally new invoice of
f every description, and at i'airti tool-it thi
THE LATEUT BTTLKS OF
Hl'KIXO AND SUMMER GOODS,
LACES OF ALL KINDS,
DOLLY VAKDEN (5I.0VES,
DOLLY VAKDEN SUNSHADES,
DOLLY VAKDEN l'AIt.YSOLS, LTC.
Together wiili nil trie other artclea kept In a
I I re t Clan Millinery and Trimming bture. To
in "Old at Ilia rery lo(,t 11 jure.
er Call and e tier. Mo trouble lo ihovr
ii ton ATenuea, I. daily reoelrine
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST rTltlNO AND SUMMER STYLES.
Hhiim a lull line of
BOILTIfcTIETS 5c hats
Trimmed and untrlinimd,
ITENCU FL0WF.R3. ItIBtI'iN3, TRIMUIN04
of all kind, Lacea, etc.. etc.
Sin. !cfJc hai Mao Urh'e aoortment o
Kancy Atliclri, auc
KliCIv TIK. CQU.AIH. UNDERSLEEVK8,
KUFKiJ, SAsIlE, FANS,
Ani nil oilier artmlca uiually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McfJee, In a Idltlon lo her atoek of Fancy
M l Millinery (loivln, tiai a line and comjileie an
Kirtmeav ol Cincinnati Cimtom Mado Ladiea
I il Ml'iei' tihoea and Children' llooti, Iilck
nnd In Color. Theno aro aeknowledseil to t
ttin tliicit and belt alioe in tlm market, ar.d thin
a the only place in the city ttiat inako, them a
Columduc, O. July 1!!). The following
letter, uddrcMcd lu Hon. J no. O. Thomp
son nnd Oc'o. R, Ilrinkcrholl', chulrmuti of
thu Duinocrutlc a nil Ll bo nil Republican
State F.xuuuttvu committed of Ohio. hu
j jutt been inude public.
I Cl.NClX.VATI, July 'JOth. 1872.
ukstleme.s: I huvu ycur nolo invit
ing mo to prvildu at the uiHti meeting of
Dumocrnlkniid Liberal Republican, which
will bo held ut Columbus, on tho 30th init.
to ratify tho action of tho Cincinnati,
Cloveland and llaltimoro convention!. 1
am torry toduclitionn important invitation,
given in ueh kind word, but I cannot b
with you. Lett I may bo tnliunderitood,
I deiiro to lay that I accent thu action of
tho convention referred t-j and thai!
VOTB FOB Mil. OKKKI.EY.
Tho l'retidential pnmpaign li now fully
and fltinlly arranged. There will be but
two candidate', both Republicans, and wo
mint chooio between them. It will not bo
dilllcult, nnd whllu wo ahould not hope for
a Democratic administration under Mr.
tireeluy. yet nominated as ho has been by
two national convention, one Republicnn
nnd theothor Democratic, we ;nny expect
an administration that will not bo parti
san. After all, such administration should
bo very welcome, and may bo just
what in most needed
for tho present hour. Following a heavy
civil war, it will bo opportune ' and best
suited to heal lis nnimoiitiet and reitoro
good will between all sections of our coun- '
try and all our people. I diliiT in politips
with Mr. Greeley, and ho wa not tnv
choice, but ho has been chosen, nnd with
oxtmerdinHrv unanimity and is now be
foro u ns
THE OJfl.Y IlKl'ltKhK.S'TATIVK OK CO.VCII.l
AT1UN nnd undor pledges for important reforms.
His great ability, courago and patriotism,
af o un'uestioncd, find if ho is selected, wo
haVH good renson to bclitivo wo will get
reconciliation and reform ; if ho is defeated,
wo already know wo will not gut them, but
tho administration now clojing, will be re
catcd. It should not bo repoatvd, nor
should wo mako it an example for itnitar
tiou by tho indorsement of a re-election.
As u soldier, Oenoral Grant is justly dis
tinguished. His war services were very
great and should bo acknowledged by all.
They have been and even
IIicst Weiss beor at tho Thalia. 5-21td
Skirt, Uoiom and Bread Boards, nt A
Wo havo a good supply of Burnett's
Steam Cooking Vcnols Call and eo
them. A. HALLEY
Burnett's Steam Cooking Vcsiel Is war
ranted to cook quicker and better than
any vesso! in use, for sale at A. Halley s
Ir you wish to indulge in a deliciou
cigar, putronlzo P. Saup, Commercial ave
nuo. If you wish good chewing or smok'
Ing tobacco, plpei, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Snup's popula- Tobacco und
Heavy Ring, glass Fruit Jars, (tin top)
quarts $1.25 and half gallons, $2 per doz.
Oenuino "Mason Improved," Fruit Jars,
(glass top, self scalers,) quarts $2, and half
gallons $3 per dozen. Beit W. 0. (iron
stonu china) plates and teas, 00 cents per
set. Fine goblets, only 10 cents apiece.
Other L'oodsin proportion, at
Paiisonh, Davis & Co.'s,
C-15-tf 0 and 7 Tenth street.
and wo shall never forget them, but ho is
not suited for civil magistracy, and wo
should allow his administration to closo
with tho pending term. I intended to
write at more length and somo detail, but
what 1 hive already said is a fair reply to
your note. Thanking you for your Halter
ing invitation, I am, very respectfully,
W. S. Gkoesiieeck.
THE ITBW SYSTEM.
OHOCEKIES RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
VKICES KOll CASH.
AT II. O. THIELEOKE'S STOKE.
VAiHINOTON AVENUE, UETWKEV TENTH
AND ELEVENTH BTHEKTS
00 lbs. DfiY Cuba Sugar for - - - ?5 00
J II II II ! ... l 00
JJ lbs. A coffee Sucar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
I Prime Rio Coffeo for - - 1 00
it Choice " " - - 1 00
;i " Old Govarnment Jnva - - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally ns cheap.
Goods now, and full weight given. Call
HOW TO GO WEST.
Ths 1$ an, enquiry which every ono
t would havo truthfully answered before ho
-tarts on Uils Journoy, and a llltlo caro
t ilceu in osamlnntlun of Routes will in
many cases savo much trouble, timo and
The "I. B. & W. Route," running from
Indianapolis through Bloomington to Bur
lington, has achioved a splendid reputation
la tho last two years ns tho leading passon
gorrouto to tho west. At Burlington It
t'onnecU with tho great Burlington Route
which runs direct through Southern Iowa
to Nobraska and Kansas, with closo
connections to California and tho Torri
lorips; and pasiongors starting from Cairo
on tholr way westward, cannot do hotter
than otako tl(oI. Jl. & W.and Burlington
This Lino has publlsliod a pamphlet
al'lod "How to go yo3t ," contain?
much vftluabla information ; alargo correct
map of tho Great West, which can bo
obtained froo of charge by addressing tho
General Passenger Agent Il.&M.K. 11
r , . , , t j 7.ia.d&w8m.
W. G. Cary, undertaker, has romovod
to tho old P. O. tulldlng on Commorcial
From the Celebrated Compoer and Mtiik'al
J'roicor, A. J. andennccr. urffanlt or
.Ieircron Avenifc. Preebyterian (Dr. JIo
SIMMONS A CI.OUOll OI'.OAN CO.
Gentlemen: It affords me great plea
sure to givo my tctlmony in prulso of
your lately improved instruments. They
poisosi, In a rcmarkablo degrC'i, both powor
and swcetns and nl-o an excellent touch,
three most oeseritiat elements in in-tru-
mcnts of this class, and judging from tho
completeness of nil your work, they can
not full lo bo very durable. They are not
surpasted by any make In the Union.
l ouh, very rcspi'Ctfully,
(From the t' Huron County News.")
"ThctoT(Cablnet) Organs are excelled
by none, their quality and volume of tone
being equal to that of any similiar instru
"The Stylo 23 you sent U the lUst Or
gan I ever touched. It Is at Saranac, and
is The Organ of Ionia County. V--Y torn
Prof. M. l Jones rand Rapid, Mich,
(rromtho Duluth (Minn.) "Weekly Demo
crat.") " We have rtcontly purchased ono of
tho Simmon it Clough's, Detroit, Parlor
Organ, and after having heard It played
upon by nn accomplished performer, do
not hesitate to promnnee it one of the best
Instruments of the hind wo over listoncd
"A valunblo invention that I have teen
nnd tried and can rccomrnond.
"Hobace W. Cook,
General Dealer in Pianos, Organs, etc.,
Syracuie, N. Y."
(From the "Detroit Union.")
"Not only almost but altogether the
most desirable nrticlo of tho kind now in
use. Not only fully roiml but in many
respects excel, those sent horo by Eastern
(From tho Wj aniloltc (.Mich.) Enterprise.")
"Slnco tho yoar 1850, tho Detroit tlrm
of Simmons & dough havo established for
themsclvo a fame second to none for ex
cellency of manufacture combined witn mo
deration in price."
"Simmons & Clougli of our city have
applied the "Scribnor Patont Qualifying
TuboV to tholr Organs. It Is. said to bo
ono of tho greatest improvements sirco
tho Invention of this beautiful household
Instrument." Detroit " Com. Adcertisci:"
George, tho barber, whoso main shop
Is on Commorcial avenue, between Eight
eenth and Nineteenth street, has opened
u branch barber shop on Washington
iiveuuf, opposite the court house. He is a
smooth shave, a good ehampoocr, n good
joker, has a flno lot of toilet articles, clean
towels, cuts hair in the latest style, keeps
sharp razors and scissors, and a clear
conscience. Go and lean back in that
olegant barber chair and try him.
Frod Theobald has openod a branch
barber shop, in Blankenburg's building
corner of Washington avenue and Four
tienth street, convenient to tho post-oflico.
Ho has furnished it in good style, nnd will
personally superintend it. Thoso desir
ing an easy shave, or hair drcticd, are ad
vised to call at Fred's now shop. It is
Mr. Theobald's intention to continue his
down toA'n shop as usual, and whilo he is
absent at the post-ofiico barber shop, tho
Sixth street shop will bo under the charga
oi Gus Hime. 7-18tf.
Louis IIlatau's saloon ieserves tho
popularity in to which it has grown. It hat
been very handsomely lilted up, and is so
comfortablo that it is a pleasure to whilo
away a spnro hour thcra. The bar is
supplied with all kinds of tine liquor and
wines, and with the best of Fresh Lager
Boer, and Weiss Beer that in deliciousenss
cannot bo excelled. A lunch, freo to
patrons, is spread every day, and tin nrticlo
ofSwciuer Cheese, the but In tho market,
is always on band. Mr. Blautau iuvites
tho public to give him a call, on Eighth
street, betwen Commercial avenue and
Ohio Levee, opposite tho Perry House, in
Rizer's building. 7-2. d tf
C. H.vuENhTiNK, Architect. .This
gentleman has established himself success
fully in his business In this city. He last
year mado the plans und specifications oi
John Goeckorr, Peter Neil's and H. My
ers' buildings on Ohio Leyee, and Fred
Thcobold') handsome residenro on corner
Sixth nnd Walnut streets; nnd this year
made the plan of Peter Cuhl's, Dr. Ward
ner's, John Koohlnr's, Gilbert Brinkmoyer
and Smith's, and Leo Kleb's buildings. He
also superintended the erection of all these
buildings, nnd points to them for proof of
his ability to do good work in his lino. Ho
mado tho plans nnd specifications ola pub
lic school building in Metropolis, and of
many other buildings hero mid elsewhere.
Ho asks tho attention of tho public to his
works, nnd believes he is entit'ed to liberal
P. G. Schuh
(From tho " Ontario ltiiuncr.")
"Tho Combination Organs will,
many Instances, take the place of 1'lpr. Or
gans, whilo thoy will, without doubt, tlrivo
tho ordinary Molodcons and Cabinet Or
gans completely out of tho market."
. - - - -
t. . i i i r .1..
WAN, 1IAKTMAN lias receive lil.u ui tun ,
largpst stocks of Fruit Jars over before
brought to Cairo, nnd is desirous of closing
it out without delay. Ho thcroforo oilers
Mason's Improved Porcelain self.scnlors,
quarts at 2 00 per dozen j glasswlro top,
quarU, at IL2S per dozon and half-gallom
nt $2.00 por dozen. These nro tho chonpost
prlcos In tho markot. tf.
Fluting Scissors. Iron and Machines, a
A. Holly's. 7-23-dlw.
Tkk Because. A hundred reason
might bo given why Lyon's Kathairon
should bo used by every intelligent human
being in proforencu to any other prepara
tion fur tho hair, but ten will suffice.
Hero they aro: Becauso It nourishos the
fibers, multiplies thorn and makes them
grow; becuuso it prevents them from
withoring und bleaching; because it re
moves tlie scurf nnd dnadrulT which chokos
them its tares choko tho goidon grain ; be
causo it koops the scalp cool and prevents
eruptions ; becauso it rendorg thu hair as
lustrous a satin ; because it makes it pli
ant and clastic; becauso it is n fragrant
nnd delightful dresting; becauso it does
not soil tho pillow, tho cap or tho hut i boi
cause il is without a rival in chegpnoss,
and because no oilier nrticlo sold for the
same purpose, in this or tiny othor coun
try, possosscs till, or even onc-bnlf, of
tlioo invaluable properties.
Ills. Ckntiial K. K., Co. )
AciHM's oiKici:, July to, 1872. J
I urn now proparod to give rates and
sign bills of lading to points on tho Miss.
7-17tf. James Johnson, Agent.
ICE I ICE 1 1 IOKI II
From Wednesday May 1st, tho Ico
wagon will canvass tho city, to ccnliituo
during tho summer months. None but
pure northern lako co will bo delivered,
Husk, Loomis, & Co.
Having refurnished this well known
nnd popular boarding home, on Sixth
slrcot, near tho post office, tho proprie
tress would Inform tho public that fho
is prepared to accommodate tho publio
with first-class board nnd well furnished,
well ventilated rooms on tho most reason
able terms. Ample preparations havo
been made to accommodate an uulimltod
number of day boarders. Patronage so
licited. Mus. T. N. Uavfnky.
DRY O II K.
Go to tho Thalia for the Lest Weiss
beor in town,, o-2ldtf
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTKA,
LARGE STOCK OF 0AR1-3TING
Uls Entire Htock
VERY LOW FIGURES.
conNxn 8tu bt. and coumkbcial-av.,
Witt list cloosujr sttlcndaulit, low aitir
lla' dtisireiwlon, Issvolssularjr esnJanloss.
Iitssor nomesi, prsualorrlira, loan oi
nower. dlsiy krad. loaa ol' racaiorr.
aud tnreatcued Impolrtire aad Isabo.
elllly, Had Miverclirss curs Its liiisss
siroF'a HonaoiMsthle hprslilp Mo
Twautjr-lRlst. Uuinpotnd nltr.a uintl taIu.
ble rallil nd potent Curative liter 'true
at the roots the ol mittn lono ui t n ay,
tern, arrest the dUoharget, nnd I'liml ijjornd
enerir, lit and vttalil) to Hie enliiP mn, Tne?
have cured thotisanJe of ctze. Price. $5 pe,
oki(eol five boxen and a Urge U vial, hlu
is very IroporUot in oUtmato or old eases, or
perslnglf box. , sold by all itrnxjlsts, n.l
by msil on receipt ol price, kiit-ii Jltiri. Ir
Bpeclflo llomeopathlo MedicUe C,i., ( v bro
way.N.Y. 1'. (I SOU IT II ,
ukiiiwwi. a m n, uairo, hi i no I
The largest and best astormnnL ,.f f.b.
Ing gtaves in tho market, at Hally's,
IN TWENTY YEAR.S.
TIIK MALK OF
eft -a-iimw a-, v . . .
Our Homo Advertisers.
HAS INCREASED 800 PER CENT.
SOLD XHT 1871.
250,000 Are in Daily Use.
doing more work,
doing it better,
doing it quicker,
doing it cheaper,
doing it cleaner,
doing it easier
And with greater satisfaction ami Having of
labor than any Stove In uvc.
BOLD BY KXCELSIOn MANU'FQ. COJirANT,
Wholesale Dealers in all klmla nt tivmvuq
STOCK ; and by all lire Hlov Dealer, like
U. W. HENDERSON,
1W Commercial, Arenue,
Our Homo Advertisors.
:OW.WIHrIO? ASH rUHWAWIIIWO.
' MILLER & PARKER,
FORWA RDING MEU01IANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS for FAIRBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
J. Jl. PUiLLlPd & CO.,
(Hiiccesior to E. fi. Ilendricoa Ic Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
ty Lltieral Ailrsncemems made rufJ
V upon CinslKtimcnta. aHi
Are prepared lo receive, lore and lorwnrj
freight to all poiats an.l buy nail
ell on commltsiun,
nnlnii iteri'te. to i.rnmptlr.
Z. U. MATHUBS.. K. O .UIIL
MATIIUSS & UIIL,
Commissi on M k it c hants
HAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
. 4 OHIO I.KVKR.
DR. J. 0. SULLIVAN.
OFFICE Over M. J. McOaulej'a drug store,
near comer Conmerclal arenue and Eleh.
Iventh atreet. S-Sltr
WILLIAM R. SMITH. M. D.
ESIDBNCE No. 21 Thirteenth street, be.
tweon Washlnirton avenue and Walnut .tr..t
urflce U i Oornitierolal avenue, up etalra.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
tVOthee comer nlxth atreet aad Ohio levee!
OlBce hour from o .tn. to U m., and 9 p.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
U EVIDENCE Corner NlneKentlt street and
Washington avenue, near court home. of.
Met. over Ar er' Grocery Store. Ottke Hours Irom
10k. m. to 12 m. and Irom 2 to 4 n. m.
R. Si. HIMGIIAM, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Siirscon, Of.
Act) 13d Commercial aveuue, IleUittnco on
Tenth street three doori wvstof C.R. Wood
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
STRATTON & MUD,
(Hucceuia to.SlrKtlnn, Ilu.l.ouA Claik.)
57 Ohio Levee, Cairo, Illinois
CLOSE & VINCENT,
Ckmknt, Plants n Pakih,
Corner KlajtHti Hlrcl nod ohla I.evye
MEH V II A M TN.
DEALERS IN FLOUR :
And Agents of
OUIO ItlVEIl AND KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
WUUAH WOOD fl WUOD II"
The undersigned will furnish
HARD AND DRY WOOD
As Cheap. II not Cheaper
had any wood dealer In Cairo. Leave order
on the claten ut tho Postotilce and at Kohst
coal yard, on Commercial avenue, between
Tenth and twelfth trcct, Cairo, llllnoli.. I
give good luvafiure anil will cord the wood
up If desired.
a''gl0-tf DENNIS 1IA LEY.
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE,
Goneral Commission Merchant
133 OHIO LEVEE,
W. 31. Williams, Jab. Kinslev,
Late of Vickburjr, Mi. Latent Ciu'tl, J
. W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
I'ORWAUDINO ANI) COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN B. 1H1LL1S& SON,
bttccc-forH io John II. hllli,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTU-ST. and OHIO LEVE
And Dealer In
VEGETABLES, FRUITS. EOOS, LARD
FRESH BUTTER, ETC.
U3T All (loodi warranted fresh, and sol
at the lowest price.
Corner Oth and .St. ComiucrclalAve.
I will oU my brick cottage and two
lot, on corner of Sixth and Walnut atroot,
luitablo for any family, having aoven
finely finished roonu botido thobasoniont;
gati throughout; two ciaterni, and out
homes nil complete; flno mrubbcry, fruit
Enquire at my mop on Sixth itroet, or
at my roaldenco a abovo
July 28. tf. 'mi. Tiikouolv.
Beit Apple Pealer, Corcri and 8lira at
i A. Ually'i. 7-23.dlw.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
ha opened out an extenilve slock ol
All ol which aro entirely new and of the very
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMI'ItlSES
HATS, BONNETS RIUBONS,
And an eletiuiit lunorlmeul of
LAOKH, VRINUK0, KID OLUVX8, UOSIKHV
ami all articlea uiualljr kept in a flnt-clu mil
Mra. Kwandtr Invllea the jrnMic toi-alland In
ni cot her atock, wlueh ahe will taku (ileMtire In
rliowlni; In old aa well u now oiiatou era.
F. Sauf' popular Tobacco and Cigar
Storo U located on Commercial avenue,
between Sixth and Seventh itrceU, anr)
marked by tho unique ilgn of "the Girl of
the Period ,"
Our Home Advertisers.
Clmrierrd Mareh SI. IMI.
UII V NAI'lOXAL HANK, lAIRt
. . nrrietaa
b. HFKliUIi, HreeideDll
?. Sf.!iy,-(.m' '"-Pr- 'ilenti
H IIYHLDP. HetteUrv and Treaaurei
u li' 5.TW,'TB, pkVt (J. 8CBCB.
K 11 CvxaiaaaAM. M. p. HaLudat,
II... ....K. . . . .. .
. . ---- j n.iuHm HeriTeaireai
"an t. pa nrua.
INihKHMr paid on depmlta at the rateol all
, 'rceinV 5,cr'""'n.Mrch Utand Septem
ber tot. Iniereat not withdrawn la folded imme-
'J J S'iiif USX!?. M,"!J.h:'iot,ti- ""'
MAHHIJcn WOMEN AND C1IILDRKN MAT
(i,'t,n.c".ry h",'n" ''T rrotn a a.m. to S p.m
and Uaturdajr eteninR lor HAVING DEPOSITS
THE CITY NATIONAL
W. I'. HALLIDAY, Preildent;
IIRNRT L. HALLIDAY, Vice-Pmldtnl;
A. B. HAFKOHD, Cashier I
WALTER HYHLOI-, Aaalatnnt Caahier.
Hiaaj Taio. Koiaar R. CcamaA,
lUnar L. Hallioat, W. P. Haiiibat,
Uio. 1). WiLiumok, StiruEX BiaD
A. H. Sirroan.
Kxtkaaie, Coin nail (rutted 8IIm
Buada Bouicht aud Mold.
EPOMITS received, and a general baaklnc
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DAMHL IIURD, preident
ROBKRT. VU i Vi3.Hroildeat
COLLECTIONS PKOMPTLY MADE.
EKCIIANfiE. com. tmnk note and United
State eucuritiea bought and aotd.
Inlrx tllnwed n Tlm ItoiMMlt.
iMKtH.N, .Axii, i;rci
W. VV. TJlORNTOiN'b,
nUILDERS' SUPPLY DEPOT
13 TKNTU STRXXT,
Uoora, NHh, BUa eta. MoiMlafii
Kve CJuttcra, (wood) Window Mid ltoor
V raw em, I'loeirlma;, iAtm,
Kbtnclea, Olaad Haab. Glaaad Md
I.lvaaa.. Oluad Teaaaaau.
auk Valehta. ah WalllM ud Cavda V
Hiiaa rawicaiav aavwawtj
'alf. Hodaiir I'M.at. PlaalariM
fapcr. Carpet Veil, Wklt
I.eul, Uuawl Oil. AaBerlcaa Wta4W
Ulaaa, Kairllaa aadrraea
Plata UlaM, Fntljr. Uiaalata Patata
Hewer Plaa VatMt CktauMya,
K.U., Ktr., (.
A HKNTH (or Rock Hive! Paper Coaapuy' JA
r Hh.aihiuir rv I and uuarii i-eniun
CAIRO CITY ROOK BINDERY
JOIIX II. OHKRI.T CX,
Uullotiu Building, eonvK oi I2ik
street aud Wubiagtos MtaiM,
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