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OMVEMMi
Arltr. J. W Stewart.
ARTER & STEWART.
(SncoMtori lo l Artr A Co
GROOXRS
AXD
fill
airo
voxmMMM hkucMaxtn.
Commission Merchants
No. 113 Commercial Attnue,
i
CAIRO, ILLS.
Bristol & Stilwell,
FAMILY
GROCERS
Keep everything pertaining to
tbo lino of Staple and Fancy Gro
ceries, Woodonware, Vogotablcs,
Fruitit, Sic, Sic.
Bass and Injyruber
BAWLS F0R t'OYS.
HARMONEKAZE,
3Tiolieing Taeole,
Agget and Opal
WIARBELLS,
Belle and Iurn boimde
Roaling Whoops
FurBoisso and Gurlz.
Jumping Roaps,
Vealloscipeads,
Krowkay Cets,
CHEEPE.
A Horse for Sale.
No. 32 EIGHT STREET
CAIRO ILL.
VAIIII.TV HTORR.
tflew-York Store
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Xjctx'soait
VARIETY STOCK
IN THE CITY.
Goods Sold Vory Close.
Corner 10th St. and Commorciul At
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
C. 0. PATIER & CO.
I'AINT AM OII.N.
, ...... - - - -
B. F. PARKER,
. . Dealer In
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
23XIXTI
Wall Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Sbados, &c.
Alwaya on hand, the celebrated Illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Broaa' BulldlUBi
Comer Eleventh Street and Washing
ton Avenue
CAIRO CITY BINDERY,
0. O. Z3CTT2DXilSI,
FnOPRIETOB.
BINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MANUFACTURER.
Bulletin Buildings Corner Twelfth Street
ud WaahUgtou Avenue,
Cairo, XUlnoiai.
rfCounty ami Itallruad Work n iwclally.
VOL. 7.
R. SMYTH & CO.,
Wholesale and ItrUll Ocnlcrs Id
Foreign and Domestic
LIQUORS
WINKM OF AIA KINDS,
No. 60 Ohio Lcvoc,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MESSttf. MIYTII CO. h6'I ,1T."r
Ure itock of Hie belt gocoU lii lltr mar-
kpt. anf
VI Kle eaix-ciai nuenuou inn
ratieu or me uuuuro
hi:.
ICE! ICE!! ICE!!!
JOHN SPROAT,
Wtmlrule ami Ititall Dealer In
PURE LAKE ICE
Cairo and Kankakee, III.
CAIRO OFFICE t
At Hulen & Wllon', Corner Twtlfth St.
and Ohio Lrvoo.
T will run an If waeon llirr.nyhotil tbe
X .SinKtin, ilrtlwlnx purr late Im hi any
iKirtof the city at the lour! niarl.il iri(., ami
will Kino furnUh ijr friend nut lle Hie city w lib
by the oite or oir loa'l, jacked In uwilutt
or Milpmrnt to unv ilt.tAiicr.
ijoat.stohi:.
SAM WILSON,
SEALEM I
BOAT STORES, GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS, &.
No. 110
Olilo Xjovoo.
ISOT!:f.N.
GRAND CENTRAL
AMI-
COMMERCIAL AVENUE
Ooruor Uislatlx Stx-oot.
WM. WETZEL. Proprietor.
A TWISTY watth kejit nllit anil ilay tor
train ami attumboati.
Tlie lt of arcmnmoilatlons
guesH at Two DulUn in-r iLtr,
fur tnnaltnt
3-15-tr
HTOVKN,
BEERWART,
Dealer In
STOVES,
TINWARE
nOLLOW-WABE, Sic.
Mnmtfacluwrof
Tin, Sheet-Iron, & Copper Ware
GUTTERING AND ROOFING,
STEM BOAT AND JOB WORK
PEOMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Bet. Commercial and Washington Avei
HOWIE BROTHERS,
PACKERS,
Wholesale, Retail and
Commission.
XhV HOO 3K?M
Corner Poplar and
I 23 loo Is.,
Eleventh Streeta.
MTHigbosti Cash Frieo puid for
Hogs ana Cattle.
WM, T.
0ftc, SvLllotln. 3-ailAlr. Csmit T-wolftH. Stxeat an.4
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, SATURDAY,
DECORATION AND DEDICATION.
rrwnrnllniin to Olirro lrroriillon
lny nt .Mound ril.v.niiil lipillt-nlp llm
Nofilli-rV .Hiiiinnieiit.-t'omnillteei
Appointed,
.Mou.vit Cirv, April ai,IS7".
At a inuc'tliiK pur."imut lo u cull to con
Mdur and take the pnillinlnnry Mi'iu In,
prt'panitloii lor tlio tiropur brvuin;i' ol
J Vcorntlon Day Mini tho (ktllcatliin ol'thu
SoUllcr' .Monument, Mr. Daniel llosnii
called thu iiicctliiK to ordr, ami on mo
tion '.Squirts (Jrorau Mcrtz xvm fallcil to
Ukj tlialr anilll. I.. I'lni ducted Hwu-
'"(ii'i motion, Hit. t-ltalr nppoltitwl Daniel
Ilfian, Mayor rilanjt. and A. Acker
iiian a coiiiinlttc't! to reporl tlio iiaiiit for
tli: wivtiral ooiiiiiiltltiiw;fary.
Alter conniltatlon by tl.c rominlltii!
Hit- IoIIohIiil' repoit vn uiauo anil
adopted :
coMMirriii: y i:i:ci:itio.v.
X. It. Caev. Chairman: M. II.
,t')eneer. Itoineo Frl;:iun. O. K. Mcrt.
oi i'iii;iki.
.1. C. Willi-, of .Maar i;onnty.
(.. It. Itauiii, ot hallno county.
Matt. lri"wiT, of I'nlon county.
Kiae Clcini.nw. of .laek'on county.
.tfilin 11. Olieilv. CeorL'i KI-litT :md
rredollni' IJro-t. of Alexander county.
I.. W. i-.iiivry, I.-q., ol r.iduciili, Ky.
rojiMrrrr.i: o.v oin ron-".
Daniel Hufaii, Chairman, .1. Crandall,
Samuel (). l.tiwN, of I'nla-kl county.
A. IS. halliiiil, ot Alexander county.
T. I', lloutou, of Union county.
I r. I.oonv, (il'.tolin-on county.
.1. C. Willi mid William I.. Humble
ton. .
coMsimiir. ox riuxpouTt no.v.
lolui W, Carter, Clialrmnu.
Major II. I.. Morrcll. C. : V. U. IS.
Major WaMi. of I. C. 1!. 1!.
Cant. .1. ( Jraliam. .Sunt, of C. & il.
Paekct Co.
uinm:i: o.v n.VA.sci:-i.
(icoru Mti tz, Chairman ; .lolui
l.ilR-
ir, 11. I.. I'lcii, .lame- Anderson. Alex
1 icn, .lame- Anderson.
ander Pollock. C. W. Finn, Samuel
K'lice, II. M. hiiiith. I . roller and Win.
Wetzel ol Cairo.
coMMiriui:
; or .ir.KAxr.nMcxra.
II. II.
.SiH'iieer, Cliairiiiau ; Win.
L.
K.
II.
liamuieioii. l.dwuni iionmaii, Uen.
(!. Meyer, .lame Hull and Dr. !.
(.
rain.
commit rn: ox i.owkh . sit jii:ron.t-
TIO.
.Mound City Cant. Wni. L. llamblu-
tou, f'liairinaii : IMumkI bhlppcn, I.ouU
ostpliall. 11. Olin-teaU. .Mrs. J. .
len'on, .Mrs. l nomas ortlilii"ton, .Mr-. 1
II. M. .Smltli. Mw. D. Porter, Mr. .1. M.
iatiiit. Mrs. .lames Itaille-on. Mri John
Weaer, .ludjio a. M. Uruwn, Mr. I.ij-
f neot. .mm. . . J.tiion, .Mrs utorjxu
dinicli. Mr.-, l.'rael Suiderum, Mr. W.
I.. Watt', Mr-, f. .1. Moor.!,
MrJ. .lame- s. MorrU, Mr. !.
,. DeUaum. Mr. t.akli llotlner.
Mm. Atrelhn lll'ht, .Mrs. (.'. W.
Sln-oter, Mrs. W, II. Amonettf, Mrj.
C. Wonlilnuton, -Mr-. II. II. Spciicir,
Mm. t'. W. Mert, .Mrt-. J-:iljilHlli 'Jill-,
Mm. A. M. llroun, .Mm. Win.. I. Morri--,
.Mrs. (!.('.. Morris .Mm. I . Ca-ry. Mr.-.
Hlta II. I'len. Mm. .Sninli K. Ilambleton,
Mrs Kll.abotli Ca.-ev, .Mm. K. Depow,
Mm. t!. 1". l'rieke, ifrs .lolui 'rrampart.
Mm. Ceoi-frc 8toit. Mm. T. W. .lelfery,
.Mrs. Kei-ey. .mm. .mini J.. auii,
Ilenrv IloKeniloliler, AdolphiH Ileiiliuer.
K. .I.'A.vcm, Mm. Har.ili llii'die-, I.. I
Crain, Mr.-. A. W. Hprai'iie.
lairo Jirs .laeKei, .aim. Jiaui-
dar. Mm. .Simiiel llalllday. Mm. .S. S.
t'avlor, Mm. Tlioma Halliday, .Mm. fj.
P. 'Wheeler, Mm. l.'.C. Wooodward, Mm.
Dr. Diuinliitr, Mrs. Dr. aiilner, Mrs
Paul Scliuli.
I nion ountv Mm. llokoinb, Mr.-.
.lainen Hell. Mm. Dr. Mcl.ouey.
Metronolls Missac County. Mr.-, tl.
W. Carlos Mrs. J. C. Willis Mrs Worth-
Injrton, Mm. Jacob Vot, Mm. (!. (Junto,
.mm. J. r . McCartney, Mrs n. u. .lone
.loiinson uouniy .mm.
Dr. I.oonv,
..I. I). Chap-
I. 001110111-:,
S. Wairironer.
Mrs. A. .1. Ku kendal, Mm
man, Mrs O. A. Darker.
Jackson County Mm.
.Mm. II. C. Metz. Mrs. I-'. 1
Mm. frank chapman. Prof.
Hubert Al-
lyn.and Mm. P. I.. Ward.
Paducalt, Ky. Mrs I.. . hinerv and
Mm. Col. Picket.
MAIISII.II. OK THK DAY.
William II. Morrli of Cairo.
ASilsTAXrS.
Oeorjio V. Carlo-, of Ma--ae.
JaiiK", Itureu, of .Mound City.
Phillip Howard, of Cairo.
And all Marshal!, of thu O.ld KeJIow
n id Msisoiilo Fraternities
On motion an Invitation was extended
to iiH.Ma?omoaii(i uiiu i cii i.ooe.i
of this city to participate, In tho charac
ter of their ilMluctivu orMiiixatluii, in
the dual ceremonies, on the "J!)tli day of
May, and that they bo roqiio-ted to ex
tend an Invitation to their llrother
I.od-'es throughout thu State.
The .Secretary was Instructed to notify
tlio Lodges of this resolution.
On motion adjourned to meet at the
City Hall on haturtlay evenlnj:, May Stli,
at i o ciock p. in.
II. I.. Ui.kx, Secretary
TILDEN FOR PRESIDENT.
EX-QOVEBNOR SEYMOUR'S OPINION OF
"THE DAILY GRAPHIC'S1' CAN
DIDATE. Only Three HIvhIh In dm liuioi'rnllc
1'iirty Honesty iim jiii Ikhiii. In (lie
'niiitHlKii.
i:.-GnvernorS'yiiiourU now stopphi"
at tho Windsor Hotel lu this citv. llo Is
lu exceptional lino health, and takes a
very cheerful view of tho political pro.
)eets. This morning ho was Induced bv
a representative of the Dalhi Graphic t'o
enter Into eonvor.-ation tm tho presiden
tial candidacy. Ho had read tlio Daily
Graptic'u nomination of Governor Tilden
for tho presidency. Hu was known to Im
so warm a personal friend of that gentle
man, ho .said, that ho almost feared to
sneak upon the subject, lost what ho
t,lioiild say should be taken by the public
as lu some sort tho sentiments of tho
Governor, whereas in fact he did no)
Know whether Governor Tilden wanted
tho nomination or not. This made the
Mibiect a very delicate ono to him.
When ho was asked who the promi
nent Democrats lu this connection were,
ho unhesitatingly said :
"Tho men who are talked about in
Journals and spoken of hi (purlers (hat
command respect, are uuipiCHtlouubly
llicso four, Governor Tilden and dudgu
Sanfotd K. Church, of New York; Hen
dricks, of Indiana ; and Thuvinaii, of
Ohio. I'nili'r-iMud im 1 m i.jt say that
any one of tilers Jitcn want the olllco. or
the noinluatloii. Tlmy are .ini1y spoken
of by others Tin' hict U only of luipe-r-tanco
lK'eaiio thu caiivas ol their names
throughout tin? country and the various
comments) upon tlieir Illness aie shiim
which are taKen note ol bylhomen who
shall control tho convention.''
Will not Governor I lldcn ireent po
litical action tend .'reatly to incieae Ills
popularity oiitsldo ol hl noiiihialion by
the Daily UrtphkY
"I must not," said Mr. heynionr, "al
low my.'clf to talk of the fualllleatIoin or
popularity of any of tin- men I have
named. They arc all onllcnicnorability
and the selection of a candidate will prob
ably be most dllllciilt In the point of de
termining who will be likely to receive
tho inon support ouUdi- of the strict
parly Hue. Von mint remember there
Ualar-jobody of Liberal Iteimbllcan"
u liiiin It Is necessary to r onndt."
"Will not your own candidacy three
years ago have the cll'cet to give the West
llm next choicer"'
"Well (thoughtfully), I imii hardly cay
how dc-lrous the Wet will be of naming
tho candidate, ilut I think that the ee
tloual qiiesllon will not cause inueh dis
cussion In the convention. I think all
section-, will be anxious to agree upon
some, man of thu ivnin-Ito quallllcatioii
who can command tlio support of the
largo body of dl".itllled Kopiiblicans
'What, in your opinion, will be Hi" is
sues eiitering'lnto the campaign';"
'Tho-e,lt .-conn to mo, wlileh grow
out of tho economic condition ol tho
country. Men who hi -pcculatlvo times
did not mind the high rates of taxes are
now complaining, although tho taxc
an: not any higher. Tho dullness of bus
i im : throuL'hoiit the country lias taught
men tho neces-ity of economy and
turned their attention to corruption hi
otllce. (Jiic-tloiis relating to honesty of
adinhiMr.itioii in olltec nnd economy
will give character to tho campaign.
You speak about tbo (J ranger movement
nnd railroad monopolies t.'ndoubtcdly
they will enter more or less Into thu con-te-f,
and for tho reason which 1 have ju.-t
given. They belong to the cl:t-s of eco
nomic queil'lon?.'
(ommk.vis or Tin: n:is
X'cw York C'orrronitintc C'liarle-fn Xcv
uii'l Coiirlrr. J
It U well known that the candidate of
the Cincinnati niijuirrr 1 Governor Al
len, who will probably bo re-elected in
Ohio next autumn, alter a big light, and
will claim to be the representative man of
the West. The Enquirer faction is sav
agely oppo-cd to .S-iiatorTliurmaii, who
I? really tlio groat man of the Wet. and
more available than Allen as a Proslden
tiul candidate. Hut it I- evident that if
Tlldon goes on breaking up i iug his pop
ularity will bo Irroslstable oy thu time the
convention meets, As agalnu the cor
rupt and incompetent person, who I.
almost certain to clutch tho Kcpuhlican
nomination by aid of hN oilleelioldeM,
Tilden would have a walkover.
I'romthc yracii:t Com It r J
Governor Tilden in his bold and lauda
ble attempt to dc'troy tho canal .system
and put nit end lo veinlity and corrup
tion receive the hearty approval of everv
honct man. The Knst. est. North anil
Soutli unite In w Idling blin Cod soeed lu
hi work of ptirlllcatloii and reform.
In! erelliiir Mini Jli.
The I .ill way AVv, uhf some Interct-
lug .tatl-tlcs of the hu-iucM of four of
tbo principal railway leadimr to and
from London for the Ia-t live wars which
hows a irreat lncrcae in tho bii-ino-s of
thc-c corporations The railways repre-
nted are tho Loudon and Xortliwe-tern.
the Great Western, the Midland and tbo
Northeastern. Tho iiuuiber of train
mile run during IS"! Iiy lheo loid? wa
'.iO.T.'I.ImJ, or in round 'numbers neatlv
tbo di-tanee from the earth to tho sun.
according to some of tlw caleulallou.
Tho gro-s receipts amounted to $1:11.707.
030, and the working oxpen'ei to a little
more man uiiy per cent, oi tne receipts.
Tho expen-es were greater in 1S74 than
in in. i, anu ino net earnings were small
er. .More than one-hall the receipt
anno from tho "goodj" or Irelght trallie.
In tlio ca-o of tho Northeastern tho pro
portion wa-70 percent, and lu the ca-e
of tho Loudon and Xorihwe-ttrn It wa
."" per cent.
Symptom; of l.hrr ('iiiuplnliit. anil
ol' Mime ol' the llnn" I'roilnceil
I.J It.
A sjIIow or yell jw color ol kln, or ye'.-lowl-h
brown spots on f.ico nnd ntucr parts
of body ; dullness and UrowMncii with fie
(liicntiicaU.ii'lic; dlz.lnw", hitter or bad
tatc in innutli, dryness ot ihroit, arid In
teinal bent ; palpitation ; lu many case-, u
dry, teJslii rough, v lth soro thro it j lin
teaily appetite, ral-ln;; food, cliaklng seti
mtion In lliro.it ; UMre.-p, lna luc , bloated
or lull leetlug about stonucli orlUu.; pain
in sides, hack and breast, and abatlt slioill
dew: eollo. pain and oriw tlirotish
bo(;l'. with heat i constipation (ilturiiutlng
with lioi lent attacks or dlir.lui't; pilot,
llitulcni". nciv u.iiefs,coliliie-'Ol ex'teni.
itlei rush "t blood f) head. ,vtli sjiuptoma
ol apoplexy, umnbli ol Ihnbf, ttpccilj'
at nltftit ; cold chills ulternutiu; with hot
Hashes, kidney and urlnarv illillciiltics :
dullness, low -p!rit, tuisoeUblllty, and
gloomy foreboding. Oulr lew ol abo.o
lyinntonis likely to ho pre.-put at one llmo.
All who tlio lr. Plerco'n Alt. IM. or tin!
dunMedleal Discovery and IMca-aiit Pur
gatlvo Pcllou lor l.lvcr C'oniplalnt and IU
complication, arc loud In ttolr iir.uso ot
them. They are told by a'l dealer- In med
Iclnes. DANIEL LAMPERT,
Fashionable Barber
HAIR xziX2ias:xi,
xoiimswi: or eighth arnntvp,
Botween WnsUlnifton and Commercial
Avouues.
CAIRO
BOX and BASKET
CO
-Dtnlcr in-
LTJMBBB,
All kind hard ami toft,)
I FLOORING, SIDING, LATH, Sic.
Mill oad Yard,
Cernar
Thirt;
ty-1
hio
Fourth
Stroot and
Levao.
rLuM. 'in
IWIk
I wt ty . .i.. tL(p. Tub I
WaataJ.ja.rtoa. Aronuo.
MAY 1, 1875.
BURGER A CO.
Still Ahead as Usual
This Firm has just brought on
an Immense Stock of
SI'
inni)i!i-!,i)i)i)
-COMPRISING
NOVELTIES
-Which they offer at-
SACRIFICING PRICES
AND WHICH HAS CAUSED THE
EVER SEEN
Cor. Ninth Street
Clough. & Warren Organ Co.'b
(Lato SIMMONS & CLOUGIl ORGAN CO.,-
iiimovKn
CABINET ORGANS
Grand Combination Organs
I'llTiai ltll IIIK
SCRIBNER'S PATENT QUALIFYING TUBES,
An Invention lisvln most hiijirl:iut biMrini; nil tlio future tqiittutloii of Iteoil InMiimuiiU, by
IIii-jih ol'wliuii tliiiiiiintlly or vnluiiii'iif Innu i M iy largvlv
nicn-.mil, lied the iptalllr of tmiu ixiiili'ivil
h It M :: it M Pi;s Oip of Sw Capacii?.
Z Oiirrokbuli-d "Vox Cdcle,' "Vox llnm-ma.'' "Wilcox 1'iiliiit," "Orluie (.VuipUr," tin.
I'lunnlnir "Ccllu" or tlatlonct" stn, "licmt Horn," "Citnmni," "Vo AiielU,"
"Viola lilliciiu" nml
ALL THE LATE IMPROVEMENTS
Can beuliliiineilonly hi IIich' Oian-
Fifty DilToront StylOH.
Fort'w Parlor and tbo Church,
Tho Dost Matorial nnd Workmanship,
Quality uud Volume of Tone Unequalled.
FIUOIIGI, $QO TO ffcaoo.
FacUiTand Warerooms, Cor. Cili and C&ngrass Sis., DETROIT, MICHICM
(Established in 1850.) AgontB Wantod in Every County.
Address CLOUGH & WARREN ORGAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
;is..13.'.'-M'.ni, .
SUBSCRIBE FOR TBS
WEEK1YB0LLETIN
ONLY $1.25 A YEAR.
NO. 113.
ALL THE-
SEASON
OF THE
9
IN CAIRO.
and Commercial Ave.
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M.HI.V INVIIVrKli
O. CLOSE,
Gncrnt--
Commission Merchant
AVD ORALKR l!
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER,
HAIR, Sic,
tTader City National Bank.
I WILT, sell In rnr-lfml lots at maniiticturcrs
prlctJ, RiMliifffrrlrfit.
JOHN B. PHILLIS
AND SON,
(Sncccjeors U .Tolin U l'hllllt)
FORWARDING
ASl
Commission Merchants
Anil Dralcrt In
HAY,
ORN, OATS, FLOUR,
MEAL, BRAN, etc.
Agouti tor LAFLInTbAHD POWDER CO!
Corner Tentk Street aad Ohio
Z D. MMImn.
t:. r riii
MATHUSS Ss UHL,
FORWARDING
Ami OVncral
Commission Merchants
Dculcrt In
FLOUR, GRAIN. nAY AND
PRODUCE,
04 Olxio Xiovoo.
K. J. AjTVi.
S. 1). Arid.
AYRES 6c CO.,
IPXaOTTXt.
Ami general
Commission Merchants
No. 78
OHIO LEVEE.
II A Mi M.
riir.
City National Bank
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
CAPITAL, -- 5100,000
(lll'UCIS.
w I II U.MIIAY, l'resiilcnt
IIKMIY J.. IIAUL1U.VY, U I'll'
II AtTtHltl, VathWr
WAI.ir.U IIYM.ni t K.i bin
MIIKCIOIU
Sr.i.irs T.ivton,
1.. II.M.I.MIAV,
, IJ. WiU.IllSOV,
A II
It. II. f-'ii.vxiMiii.w,
W. I' IUl.Mli XV,
Srnrnr.N- llmo,
Exchange, Coin and Unitod States
Bonds Bought and Sold.
DHI'OSITS m-rlviit and a pcncml kmlliijC
bninc (tout
Enterprise Savings
BANK.
CHARTERED MARCH 21, 1800
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
orrit'Klti:
A II. S.mltl, I'nsliluil.
N TAY.OII, Vliw I'rriiilcnt
W II V."iI.OI', M-o'viiml 'Iix-jaiiicr
UIIUXTOI'.I!
.M, IUiiclav, l.'II.H. Ualuiiii:ii,
M MOI.KH.l.TII, I'AI Lli. Mlllll,
II L't'VM.NdllAM, II I. IIAI.I.IIIAY,
.1, M. l'IIII.LII".
I.n:iti:sT udii on ii, poniii iii tiic luu- or nix
icrtviit in'ruuniun, .Muiib Utuml m.'1'Iiiu
Im'1' lt. luti'ivet lint nlthih'.in n ii mliliil iiuiiir
illutcly to tbc prinr 1 I of Hit. ili'nlt, tlii ivbv
Kll 111,' IIIVIll ('UIHlH)llllll IllU'H'31 i
Marriod Womon and Children may
Deposit Monoy and uo ouo
clso can draw it.
Oncn ci-iv limhu'feAilnv hitiiilti.in. to.'l n ni
nml Saturday I'trnlinr I'nr .u liiyt ilrijiil only
tiuiu tl In o'clock.
W. HYSIhOP, Trensuror.
THE ALEXANDER COUNTY
Corner Commovclal Ax. and Clr;htli St..
Is opt-n t'ronitl a.m. In I ji.ui. fur llintiiinict,
iimofiYKillnr lUnklns limlnix. AUu on NU
unluy I'MHiiiiR fi-om (1 toSu'cKwk Ux w uccom.
lll'Mbltloll of SllVlllltX UKWI0I.
ExclmuKo BouBbt unci Sold on the Prin
cirml CitlfH lu tho United Stntoa.
t"Ki -.'11 IJMiluir-'e drawn on KDi'bnrf,
livfuml, t'raucu, nml all thu rhu'lia! cilln in
('cnimny,8vlUuiliinil, UVIislum, IIoIUihI. Ku.
ala, l)niiuik, Italy ami ollivr foiviyu u-xtluu,
tV'Ciill.'ctloiiJ moile in any uit of l.'nroio by
Drift or power of attorney.
ICri-oiiwof cixdltlor (iwlm lu l.'iiro).
fnrnl.hcil.
Gold, Silver. United States and
other Bonds Bought and Sold.
Istin:! illflTja ta Tin fytti
IN THE SAVINQB DKJAT ENT.
P. C. CAN!
ubnkT tl
idi- . , .
rtc rmmm.
I, AaaKtant Cu)ur-
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