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J. r .Stewart.
ARTER, & STEWART.
(IwcMtuTt to l Arter A Co
No. 11H Commercial Avenue,
Bristol & Stilwell,
Roop ovorythinR pertaining to
tho lino of Stnplo nnd Fancy Gro
5orIofl, Woodonwaro, Vegetables,
PruitB, &c, &c.
Bass and Injyrubor
BAWLS FOR IJL'OYS.
Aggct and Opal
M A ft B E I L Sa
Belle and Iurn boundc
Fur Boi7.o nnd Gurlz.
A Sorso for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
WHOLESALE AND ItETAIL.
IK THE CITY.
Goods Sold Very Close.
Corner 10th St. nnd Coramurcihl Av
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
PAINT AMI OILS.
B. F. PARKER,
tPaints, Oils, Varnishes,
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow ShadCB, &c.
Always on li.nml, the i-elcliratvd llllitiilimtin;:
T3xORifc' ZO-LXil-cliu fli
Corner Eleventh Street find Waauiiw
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
ST. O. IIU33IjS.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
Bulletin DulldliiK, Corner Twelfth Street
and Washlnnton Avonue,
r3CotiHtTninl Itsltruml Woa a pvel.illy.
R. SMYTH & CO
'ti(jlj' fiml Nrtail llmll In
Foroign nnd Domostio
WIX1M OF ABjFi KIIVMM,
No. 00 Ohio Lcvoo,
Mi;.l . SMYtn A ') lue . miily
. ii I iix utml: ut the lt pMl m Hit- ui.ir
Kt, ami Klwi-i--lal allilill.iti Inn l.li-il
raneti of Hi" liulne
ICE ! ICE ! ! ICE ! ! 1
Vi ,' .nv il,. I I.'rlull Otulrr III
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
c AinoorricE i
At Hulen fc Wilson', CornorTwelftu St.
and Ohio Lovee.
I will mil mi Ice waitnii throiiclioiit the
I s-m-on, iIi-UvitIiik pun- In If l'- III any
iwrt of thrrlly uttlw lowr-l nurkit prlir, and
ill ult In nil-li mv friMiiU otit.Methecily with
-tiy tlw rke or r.ir load, .i-nl In niu'dunt
or uliiium iil Ut anv d:-tm.
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
OUlo TJovoo .
Oornor XSifilvtli. SU'oot,
Wil, WETZEL. Proprietor.
ATltlJSTY natch lepl lilitt.t anl day
tmltu and Miumlwieu
ll.r lKt of iiK-nmni li' "
CiieoU ntTno Dull.iM jnlj
- I iMlcr hi-
HOLLO W-W ABE, &c.
Tin, Shoot-Iron, & Coppor Ware
GUTTERING AND HOOFING,
STEMBOAT AND JOB WORK
PI10MPTLV ATTENDED TO
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Dot. Commercial and Wnahinsrton Avea
Dot. Second and Fourth Streots,
Vlialc.ulu imd Itilult Ihulcrln
Berliner Weiss Beer,
Soltzor and Soda Water, Etc.
frfrAlurava Vtent n lii';y stock on Uuiul. nnd
It mi-iuirl to IliriiUli Mi ullrt (in vfiy rlioit
imllcc, ut tier liuifl rJe.
, WW. t.
SdtlH in jam uiin,
ill gatfi Bulletin.
Offl-a, ZDvi.llot.in aavLllAiarve, Csmti "SvrmlitJx Street aai
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY,
I he bulletin.
WHOM I HAVE KNOWN.
lUiiiliilni'.'iiM'H of ,n. .llaiUniin mill
IIV MltS. JKstr. IIF.MO.V HII..MONT.
.Mr. .Ma(llou va In faslilmi lur
In' liur later vi-ar.-. NwU-tv lia Hi at
tutkn ir tliUklnil. aiul talic-t upwltli a
littli; icaoti in It puts down u favorite.
Itui tli'.tc iMim with (hit latulmrit of m
I'inl.wanntli hjiiiij ;ootl n-iiilts Into her
rather clilllwl anil iu(. -ltuoiM III'-. I'or
in that day It was positive Iosh uriortutic
lo Imvi; In-Ill any piihlle poltlon. Mr.
MailUuii had In viilu tried lor jt-ar-i toi-i-li--tii
mi- of Mr. Madi-oii'i papers lo tin
fioveriiiiient, n nd fur want of ihN her
ineaiK were very Mralteni.-d. How It
i-aiiie ahout I do not know, lint It j,'rt-w'
to he the correct and lndlt.-ii'a-hk'
tiling to fall on Mr. Madi"oii iui
iiiedl.ilely on hiivhi' the rrold'-ntN
Hit hon-e wa that diagonally oppo
ite Iroin Mr. .Stiiiim.'rV Miabfoy then,
'.ml not ho wofully din'y ai it Is now.
'I'liere tlie hct peole. met regularly, and
yet no one could have said why. Mr".
MadNon wa-i once the "l.ady of the.
While Home" "lie had had the ipilck
thought to cut Wa-.liliiton'.n portalt hy
.SliiiiiUrorn it- frauie.aud roll Itean liilly.
mid carry it oil' Inxatcty from tlie invading
IlrilMi troops nlieady liiiruiu' llladciiv
hur'. lie was alwayi t'niclon-i anil
Mvcel-inaiiiiereil anil, to herurcat credit,
a much M) in her daj of cltani;eil for
tune a when lie vn Mirrouuded by
every aid to a placid t-tatc ol mind ; and
-t llil- wa about all tliat was .-aid. Anil
yet it was Mich an unwritten law that
.Mr-. Madioii must have w lint die w Micd ;
that Jtit bcciiu-e oflhlsmytcrlou decree,
of fa-lilon, fh nctllallv got
from Con;:re' what "-lie had
vainly K.-titioncd for, for yearc.
Mr. Iliicliauaii htated one iiiorninir to
tlie Senate, tliat on nidi a day Mr. Mad
ison would be Mid i an ae, and that the
twenty tlioii:md dollar- al.cd for .Mr.
Madlon'f papers would come well lo her
a a birthday present. Audit wa Im
mediately voted to her. To Im Mire, it
wa for tlie wrilin" of a 'ood patriot
and Mate inan, and the woman to receive
it was of .'realairc, and it was in that far
better than tlie vote for nearly the -ame
amount fWr tlie cruel daub ot a pjod man
and olilier, wliieh w:iiiii cvlilence tliat
emotional Ic-d-latioti is not yet extinct.
Hut this made the on-aMon of a yraud
leei' fur (.-onratuiatin Mr-. MadiMJii,
and a .unoii' the la-l ocoaion on
which he wa- m'cii ill public Her Sine
ll'iiiv had outla-ted tin; three 'core and
ten year-, and when well prepared for
company, hi her worn, old-la-hloiied
Kmpire-jrown, her turban and clu-ters of
artlllclal eurN, jut a we m-o llieiu in the
portrait of Madame de MmcI tin; neck
and outline of lite face well shrouded In
fold of tulle, she wa llll tlie hai.il-omc
Mr. Madi-on. I am sure I never heard
her called " tlie widow of Madi-on."
Hut lliat wa the prellx always made,
to the historical name of another woman
of the ame a-'. who alo aked of (.'on
t:ren the -ainc favor shown to Mrs. Mnd-l-oii.
This little iadv wa (-iiiall. uud aiway
wore the wldow'f drc- he had had to
a--unie in iieri-any nie: lor over liny
vear- -he did not vat v I I outward em
blem of the -olitude of her heart.
She too, like Mr-. Madi-on wa amiable.
and of i-liarmlii'' manner, but sheiurned
from tlie world lorever when her reat
hit-baud fell In the dm 1 with llurr, ami
from that time, her own children llrt,
mil oloe to them ill her lutere-t the or
phan of tlie poor, received all her atten
tion. Mr-. Hamilton wa- the chief foun
der of die orphan asylum of New York;
he -aw it- mucin auniver-ary : -ue :iw
tlie other cliaritie- trrow out of it the
children' aid oeiety is one and tliou'li
her iiuiet life i ended, lii r ood works go
on. and her family a- well as her memory
ire living part ol tlii-m.
Mr.. Hamilton wa- very -mail and
lh;ht ol'tl'ure; her dark, bright cyc,
and white hair cave her a m.irjiiKi
ell'i-ct, and lier widow' dress k-ivo the
Ir.imln which suiuii ner year anu
name. Slie wa cry loud nt yoiuie; peo
ple and would tell 'us tliiii" lnelileiit-
Ulv wiiii-ii mane me cany nani-mp aim
penalties- ot the war lor Independence
In speakiii'r of iraelinjr on horeliaek,
she told ii ni.ic liow her mother and her
self had to jiv tliat up for u time, anil
only fD from S.irato-'a to Albany when a
firou;.' e-e irt could 'iiard them. " It
a. niter Hour .lane Met'rea had bren
killed bv tlie Indians and -lie made
-iii-b a nlcture ol the Indians alter lilt-
Knlisll eidl-ted them aain-t U.that wn
riall.ed'' how far back lav llie time when
such a thliiif wa polli'le-, and "jmor
lane Mi-Cn became a real ''Irl.ln nlaci
of the bad little wood-cut. witli one Indian
holdhi'' her lorn: lialr and the other Hour-
iiiiii" hi- tomahawk a- he kept his foot
on the kcjr of wliUky.
Tliev have passed completely nwa
tlie b.'indome. irraelous, soclety-loviii''
Mrs. Madlon, and tlie fii'iitle "widow of
Alexander Hamilton." Hut Washington
the wrcekiiiir irrouiHi oi ireat name
There are to lie seen no.v, thankfully
work ii'' or . eniter nay ami tromui imiv
anxious to keep it sale amid I lie change
ill the departments, ; jde.sceml
ants of nrc-iilciii, clilef jus-
tlce, of secretaries of the tteasiiry, of
.icflerson. ! ranklin. and of other ot la
ter names men whoirave. literally. I heir
all to their country, and who deserved the
iiral-e Tallevraud irave of Hamilton, ot
whom he said : "I have seen true public
virtue. I have seen the minister of
liuanee, who jpive wealth to his country,
tolllii'' through t ln la.ii hours of (ho nljjlit
to raiii a Mipport for his yotmjr fainilv."
(New York Herald.)
Tho evidence given by Mr. Heecher ilu
ling tlie past week has called thu atten
tion of tho public to the increasing growth
of Hie crime of perjury. It has been dis
cussed In legal circles for some tune, past,
and several of our most eminent judges
have been heard to remark that the crime,
of perjury was tearfully prevalent, ami
that hardly u day pas red In court without
soinu Instance coming nil where n wit
lies hail perjured himself. It Is very plain
to the ordinary reader of this testi
mony in thu Heecliei'-Tiltou trial that
iirrjury lias ucen coiuiuiiicu not oy renin
iiit bv wholesale, and when this inemoi'
able cau-c U decided tliero will probably
he, ii good opportunity anbrded to the
1. .1..-..- .1.1. .tttttlttlt.ll ilf tlwL.. tt.fllflll-
neuvii ivu ii t"iiu. ....... ,iw.-u ...v.. ,
uals who make light (it oiie of the great-
est crimes against their fellow man. It
Is nppalllng to read thu cviuenee or
Messrs. Uccclier, Moulton and Tllloii,
and compare thu ono wltb tbo other.
Time nnlv ni'reo hi tlie most trivial 1)11(1
iinliiiiioit'nnt nolntH. and. In most Install
ccs, aro In pcifci-t contradiction lo one
THE LOST GRAVE.
I TJie UIIIp llrniKtoni' llinl An.il
I Jlutlifr Niiuxlit in lnln,
(l ioiii th HMrol! Vrtc l're-
If you have, ever passed tho old de-ert-ed
graveyard on Hussell street, near tlie
Houe of Correction, yon know thai '
there Is not a more lonely f pot In Detroit.
It Is a wire of vear since any one va
buried there, 't he truce.' lean hi or out ;
the few tree nru nigged In limb and '
trunk: the weather-beaten head-tone 1
lean this wav or tliat, or have Dillon 1
down. Tlie rich and poor who i cp un
der the ragged sod hao Iteen du.t lor
vi-an. and il any of them 1 ft frlwids be
hind the y are scattered now nnd are not
heie to till up the -mikci! grave nnd
plant a Hower to take tin1 gloom away.
The other dav ix'onle saw an old wo.'
man wandering through the gravevard,
brushing Hie mo Irnm oun ol the
headstone to look at the letter-, and
studying long over Hie quaint character
carved Into other'. Ily and by .she cross
ed tho street and sat down on the 'tcps
of a cottage, and when people aw how
old and feeble "lie wa. and that her eye
were full of tear, they pitied her. She
could not anwer at llr?t. hut by and by
she told Ihein that 'he had come hun
dred of mill's to take a la-t look M a
grave which .-lie knew must in; in tho
yard, but which site could not Hud. Half
a century ago she burled a child there,
and all through (he long, long year.,
though moving here and tin-re, In r moth
er's heart had not forgotten tlie dead.
Old now. her step fi-eble and her lock
gray, and feeling that slie had but little
longer to remain on earth, she had come
clear aero the State alone to have a
lat look nt the little urate. Years had
gone by, but slie thought she could walk
light to the spot, and there was half u
hope in her heart that strjuger.s' baud
might have kept the headstone white and
the grave u when she last saw it. She
louiid the old yard cut up by street, tin;
city all around and beyond, and of the
hiiMhcds of mounds and headstones
which she once saw but a scoruorso were
left. Site sought among the h-anlutr head
stone., and she stood under the dying
willow-and searched tlie tield for the
small .-tone which bore the words "Our
Willie." Kilty yiar.s since the liltle boy
was loweieil iiito It grave! Half a cen
tury since llie head-tone was placed to
mark the spot ! And yet her mother's;
heart brought her back hi her old age.
with the hone that her tear might tall
upon the little grave, obliterated and
passed from sight forever.
It was sjul enough to ce tear falling
down her wrinkled eln-cks. and to know
that her old heart was aching witli dia
iointineut. mid men spoke kind words to
lier. and women wiped their eyes lit sym
pathy. Looking through her tear at the
bleak and lonely lleld, it loiicliue-s re
lieved anil yet made more lonely by thu
time-worn head-tones and the tTuuips of
briar, no wonder that Hit! poor old wo
man felt it in her heart, and liad to sob
" I'm afraid 1 can't tiud him hi Heaven
Heaven's so large !"
Mrs;. I'llrt liiKtoll.
Mrs. Partington 1 considered a myth
leal perion "evolved"' from the brain of
Mr. sjhlllaber. but her counterparts, are
often found in real life, tine of these la
dles was overheard at an veiling assem
bly .spe.ikliig 111 high praWe ot a pretty
gin ut pa ing.
mmiv. mic i a period pjragr.un oi a
young 'lady !"
I think you mean parallelogram ; do
vou not':" suggested tlie wagu'i-h geudt-
"I snid tiarallelo'Tam, Mr. ." ex
claimed the lady with a combination of
dignity and indignation Impossible to de
Do you intend to mast icnttt your
house V"" inquired a Western lady'ol a
friend of mine who wa building. He
wa a critical, cultured New Ktiglauder,
a exact a- witty. What a droll look
cam" over his face a he an-wered :
"Mv wife say. I eat like an anaconda,
and I am lilci.-d Willi Hie digestion
of an o-lrlcli ; but, really, madam. I
don't think I could manage my three-
Tin. makes me think of Leigh Hunt s
reply (not at all malapropy) to a lady
who sain to mm iitiiiuuer
"ilr. Hunt, won t yon venture on an
'1 would mo. t gladly, dear madam,
only I'm afraid I .hoiild tumble oil."
H'ut to keep to our theme. A lady
vlsting Wa-liington for the llr.st time sent
word-to till nils at homo that Mie was
dreadliilly di-appolnied ; slie meant to
have got an Indian Bureau for .lemile's
room.' but there weren't any to be hail;
and tliat .-he wa so busy shampooing a
young lady from one place to another
that ,-be had no time to w ritu letter...
A rather old girl (who had been lured
lo C'alilornia by the cheering Information
thai s' e wa ,ure to marry there) laid
siege to a wealthy widower, who at llr.-t
.bowed signs of succumbing, but linally
rested the attack. As uual with wo
men who ire feeling intensely disap
pointed, she "didn't care; no. not one
bit." Anil tho exclaimed, half sobbing,
to a boi.-oin friend :
"Why, I wouldn't be hired to marry
him, hateful old thing: 1 wouldn't take
him, not If ho was a perfect Venui .'" As
money was his chief charm, wo suppose
slut meant Cra-siu. "Jlric-a-Jlme t"
Scrfbner fur Mai.
E3T Dr. Pierce's (loblon iledli-.ilDiM-ov.
crj will euro a eolith In one-lmlf tli" Hmo
nccc-kssry to cure it with ntiy oilier medi
cine, nnd it does It, nut by ili v h'i. it up, but
by rjiuovhic tliu e:nio kubiliiin the Irrl-
titlon and fieallng tlioail'ectfd I'.trts. For
an ci.es in i.-iry ileitis lioarscii'-n'. ou
P'cssl oi or Loss of Vuli-e, Uronchltl",
eru L'hi-nnli-nr i.iti-'.n liiL-l.'oiiL'li.. II wl 1
be lound to surpaiit any niedirlno llmt lias
ever been ilt'oro1 to tlie public. H l solil
ny mi iii!aier.s In nicillcint'. .n-n.
Steamboat, Hotol and Family
A.SP UEALKII IN
Grocories, Vcgottiblcs, Gamo,
ipisij EffKa Northern Bltttor, &c.
tS-Oooda del tl tUo uf cllirsr.
"Wo - alilsiertoja. A.-ve-nwe.
APRIL 21, 1875.
BURGER & GO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
-Which they offer at-
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
Cor. Ninth Street and Commercial Ave.
WM. GLENN & SONS.
Head-Quarters for Groceries !
IMMENSE STOCK! URUAT VAlUlim LOW WIVES!
COFFEE Rio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR New Orleans, Hard and Soft Refined
SYRUP New Orleans and Eastern.
TEAS, TOBACCOS, and CIGARS
Finest Assortment in the West
AM) DI.'ALKIIS in
Provisions,FlomGrain, Seeds, Dried Fruit,
AND OTHER PRODUCE.
68, 70, and 72 Vine Street, CINCINNATI.
THE HOWE MACHINE CO.
the Room formorly Occupied
Corner Commercial Avenue and Ninth Street,
An now ptepatcd lo .how one id tie-
HANDSOMEST AND WEST MACHINES IX THE MARKET.
trayWobnvcspnrcd no pains in fitting up tho room for tho accommo
dation of visitors, and will givo Bpocinl attention to showing tho ad
vantages of our Machine over othors.
Wo would respectfully ask that an examination of our Ma
chines bo mado before purchasing olsowhoro.
Satisfaction guaranteed before purchase.
Givo us a call. Tlao Iiowo IVIvclxlaao Oo.
VV i-iliilc iif miiiiucI W. .Inliii ilm-it-nli
Jliiry An. IiiIiii, .Malta William-, fliuile W II
linnii., Jjiurii John iiml Wlllluin , -lulu;, il-t
ltiicl.inti.Hii- nolllU-il tliut on tin-lilli liny "I
.Mnivli, 17S, .lo-i-iili I, ItnliriH. i-oIiit"lnllii tit (
tllr.l Ills liill In clmnci-ry In Ihu AlcxumUr coiin
ty clicult couri, In thr slulr of HI .'''
rurrclortiur, wlu-lfin you llie lliMlrlyiiilHllK
nmt tlmt wild milt Ii no' ih'ikIIii In hI;I com I,
tlllltllHlllllllKlim Villi tlll-lt-lll(lll lllrtt out III
.ll mint, uliiit you, irturnubli- on llm lliln
Moinliiy hiMity. n.3. to a n-rmot jlJ jouit
Iliriilo U-liolili-niittlii' courl-lioilH-, in tulni,
In iiiil AU-iiiiiiU-rc.Hiily
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fiimiucl I' Wlicrlir, SulU-ltor lor I aiiiiilulii
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Hiwty for mv. nil lir I'rlw
LWti low lo Tunic. Mvmi tor rncr l.isii.
by T. E. Sullivan ns n
'Tho Best Tiling in tho West.'
Aichiscn, Topska & Sanii h E. I
a, 000,000 -A. O IX 23 C3
Of the Ih-i KuriuiUK ami AKriailturul l.iml In
Aiin'iiui, biuum.il in u mi nrur llie uiuii
tnllouwooil iiml C.it-at AtkuuH ull'.i'i "it:
XhkIciioI'IIic Wt-jst. on
IX Years' Crodlt, with 7 per cent. Inter
oat. nnd 20 ner cent. Dlioouni
a n : ii i: i' v
To purclutM-i of LhihI.
OrUiruuii, with mup, siring full Inforuw
.loiLilfiiv. A.Ml-AMi JOlxM)j,.,
Aclins iJirol Cmiimlsalonfr, Towka, Kan
Ufl 117 1-,-wSili.
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loul Ca.u m,o.l ktti. '"I
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LIME, CEMENT, PL A STUB,
Under City National Mnk.
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JOHN B. PHIXXIS
SUCCC.JOM ti) Join rhlllt.)
Ami Pr.iU-n In
ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BHAN, ttc.
Agtnti for LAPLIN & RAflD TOWDEK COi
7. 1 1 .M:lllUI;.
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MATHUSS Sc UHL,
FLOUR, GRAIN, HAY AND
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AYRJBS fc CO.
City National Bank
CAPITAX, - - $100,000
W T I1AI.1.UIAY. rn-iWent
IlKNllY I. IIAI.I.IDAY, Vice I'rt-tt.
A II SAVVOIU). CkhIiUt.
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l U'lt-UAMioV, .T):riln lliiin,
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Exchnngo, Coin nnd United StatC6
HonciH iiougnt ana bold.
lT.xitcil iiml a ccikiaI ImnVln;
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800
CITi' NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
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W II YM.OI'. mis'v nnd 'I rtdinui
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1 .N I i:i!K-T M on iliposlls nl llie rutr or Mi
L l.rrr.'nt livrHiinuiil. -MhiiIi tt mul Stoti-m
hiM IntcrvKt not ullliilrunn Is aiMfl Ininir-
ilLitrly In tin- irini'l-jl 'if tlie deposit., lln-irliN
n ins inrni conu"JUii'i uiihit-i
Married Womon and Children may
Doposit Mouoy ana no ono
olso can draw it.
Oi-on cms tusli.oixl.iy tiomUi. in. tuSii.tu
nii'l .xatiintiy eifnlnje for rarhiKSilejioslW oulv
irom'i to e o tlock.
W. IIYSJ.OP, Treaeurer.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Comer Commorclul Av. and ElKtith St.,
Is o.iu IVoiii !) a.m. to I p in. fur the Hummel
Ion ol it-uUr It.mkliiff liinlut-ai. Also on Mtt
unlay t-si'iiiiiK li'Dlii U toUo'cliM-'U for the m-v-cm-uiixUtlon
of nuvliiH's il-inltoiu.
ExchanRe BouKht and Sold on the Prln
clpul Cities lu the United SUtea.
W-Korisn KtriiauK" ilrawn ou Kiiglaml,
lirlund. Frum-i and all the iirlDrlI cities in
L'til. wiiy.SnlUeiland, llelnlim, HolUml, llu.
la, Druinaik, Italy and other forrldi lutloiu.
f rrollectlon made In any part uf Kuro e hy
Drall or powiruf attorney.
rtf-l-ettus of etfllttov limelii lu Kurnpe
Gold, Silver, United States anti
other Bonds Bought nnd Sold.
InUiest illjJii on Tima Bejotlh
IN TUB 8AVINQ3 DEPART
P O. OANEDY. President.
HENRY WELL8, Vlc President.
THOMAS I-EWI8, Cashir- ,
T. 1, KEHTH, Assistant CasWer.
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