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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 187S.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
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'Cairo UuUctlu, Cairo, iiiiumi.
JNO. H.OBERLV. General Manajpr.
Only Moriiiug: Daily In Southern Illinois,
OFFICIAL PAI'EU OF THE CITY AND COUNTY.
Thos. 'ally, Kditor.
.Democratic X ominattons,
roB ptatk th"acrf.p,
EDWARD L. IKONKKITE, of btepbenf-on.
FOB lTEKI!TI!SI)r.NT nr PCM.IC rNTRCCTIO.C,
ISAM l" EL M. ETTEK, of McLean.
rOB CLIIIK OF TUB SlTllKHE COCKT, aoVTIIERX OIUND
JACOB 0. CHANCE, of Marion.
FOB CXrilK or TUB A1TO.UTI COCBT, aOCTHZRS
JOHN Q. HARM AN, of Alexander.
JOB COSOllESIt-EI'lHTEENTII OONCHEaalOK.ll. DUTIUCT
W.J. ALLEN, ofJackfon.
ion RErRESKNTATIVrs-rirT'lETU f-ESATORUL VI
THICT. T. W. IM I.I.IDA Y. of Alexander.
T. T. KUHINsON. of Jack-on.
HON. D.T.LIN EG All
will addrc the people at
Mnrphyuboro, Friday. Anjn't lfi.
Cairo, Wednesday nli;ht. Ai. il.
liclwood'l Grove, Jackson county, Fatnrdar,
Grand Chain. Pulaski county, Thnrdav. An?.
llodKCH I'ark. Alexander ronuty, Friday. Aa. .
Vieuua. Katurduy, A us,'. 31.
HON. WILLIAM J. ALLEN.
Democratic nominee fur (onirre. will pcak to the
people at the following place .-
Cnmp Creek Church, Jack-on County, Thuri'dny
sight, August a.
Ava, Jacknon County. Friday niht. Aug Ji.
Degoto, Jacknon County. Saturday nlijht, Anp.
niln, Fnlackl County. Wednesday. An. 2.
Mound City, I'ulaoki County, Wednesday nlht,
Grand Chain. Pulatkl Connty. Thurday Aue. 2H.
IIodiFea I'ark. Alexander County, Friday, Aug. Si.
Clear Creek, Alexander Connty, Ausf. 31.
Jonecboro. Tuesday. September 3.
SIR. JOHN II. OIIERLY
will ad'lrvM the people at the following timet and
Golconda. Pope county. Friday evening. Auit lfl:
Dixon SprfnL". Saturday. Aui."nt IT;
Grantbnr2. .loht'on county. Monday. Abit.! IS:
Bnrni'i'le. Johnson county. Tuesday, Auut ):
Gorevf'.le, Wcdneday. Aujrn-t il :
Parker' Srhool Hun-. In Elvira Townihlp, Wed
tieaday evenins, Auyint 21.
By order of the Conditional Committee.
Aagr-.ft 10. 1TS.
Padccah ha.s U-tn qiinruntinc-d ngaintt
all tcaint.T9 from the soutli, a well an all
A Syxufkis is given in this imug of The
Bulletin of the recent epwch of Gen.
Ewing. It is clear, logical nnd convinc
ing. H'wl it.
The Illinois Central has declared u div
idend of three per cent, payable Sjt. 2.
Tliu lxxiks will he clofifd ne.t Weducsdiiy
and re-oX'ned Sept.
In Columbiana, ()., the Town Council
is allowed to regulate, but not to abolish,
ealoous; so the saloon men are forbidden to
to keep their places open longer than one
hour a vee1j.
A Long Kuancii letter to the Free Tress
ays: "Mr. Tilden secludes himself so much
that some of the idlers speak of him as a re
cluse. He avoids the light company of the
place and is rarvly seen atany of the fashion
uble evening gatherings."
Tuk Communist is only a highly-developed
tariff man, who believes that tho gov
eminent makes the prosperity of a country,
ami should interfere with the business of its
citizens. They both believe that the
property of one bhotild be given to another
to make his business prosper. Seymour.
The irtvat interest of this country, the
producing cause of all its pm-pcrity, is
labor! labor! luWl The government wim
made to protect and encourage this Indus
try, and give it security. To this very end,
with this precise object in view, power was
given to Congress over the currency, and
over tho money system of the country.
The trick to run Huyu' henchman. Col
Key, o on independent candidate fr m.v
ernor of Tennessee will not win. ( f course
it would differ in no way from n.,intU
llopubhcau nomination, except Im to ,
manner of inukiug it. Tennessee iVm.i'
craU havo had since the war their full nw. lu
tiro of tlicsc political hybrids aad ipuiu
hunter. Key in a weak luaa in Tennessee
or out of It.
A rt epti f."Est at ivt! of tlic I?razill(in gov
crnment at Washington i authority for the
statement that ('apt Eadi is to undertake
the imjiroveinent of the nnvijratiou of some
principal rivers In that country. The com
merce of IJrazil, especially with this country
is increasing enormously, and as there seems
practically to be no limit to her power to
supply many articles of necessity, anything
that aids in her development is of world
wide importance. Don Tedro has chosen
the ri'dit man for his work.
Mr. II. II. Spencer, one of the Republi
can candidates lor representative from the
Fiftieth senatorial district, when he de
clared the interests of Fulaski county to W
hostile, to the interests of the other coun
ties of his district'' and proclaimed in the
event of his election his purpose for
Pulaski and let the other counties look after
their own interests," decrves applause for
his candor. As the Irishman said of the
bull that attempted to butt a rushing loco
motive from the track,wc admire his pluck,
'"but to the divil with his judgment.'
The Illinois Central Rr. Co. has sued J.
D. Harvey, Collector of InternalJ Revenue,
laying damages at f)0,000. The suit
grows out of an alleged illegal assessment
upon a dividend recently declared by the
company, and is brought to recover it back.
The assessment is made by the Government
under a law governing the case in each
instance where a dividend is declared by a
road, and amounted iu this instance to
nearly f.jO.OOO. The ground taken by the
railroad company is that the dividend was
made up of money from sources other than
the earnings of the road, and was therefore
not liable to assessment.
We commend to the prayerful considers.
tion of the Republican voters of Pope
Massac, Johnson and Hardin counties, the
declaration made by Mr. II. II. Spencer at
the Pulaeki county Republican convention,
held at Mound City, on Monday last. Ik-
The Interest of Pulnki county were hoti:e to
the luieTet of the other countie of thi diftrift.
am! Ifvtuctrd he would "U-jL" for Pulakl and let
the other countie look after their own ln!eru-t."
Mr. SjK'ncer is one of the Republican
nominees for representative from the Fiftieth
district composed of Puluski. Pope, M;u
sac, Johnson and Hardin counties.
Ex-Coxores?m AX OXIUUNE, of Pitts-
burg, is getting ready for Grant as the Re
publican candidate for the Presidency. He
says : l,l was chairman of the committee in
congress to investigate the whi.-ky fraud.
It never reported, because Uayea election
created such a panic that we never could
get the committee together aftt-rwajd. I
wag not satisfied that Grant knew anything
about the swindling, but perfectly sati-ried
that he covered the thieves, IJalK-'xk in
particular. If he is notninat'-d I can fur
nish, from the t'-timony Ix.-fure tny com
mittee, mor-t damaging matter against him.
I think he will be a weak Republican
The Rx-ky Mountain New, published :.t
Denver, says this of Mr. George E. Ixuri
bury, who died recently in that city: The
leceased was a native of Motimouti, Illi
nois, and at the time of his d uth wis pt
grand master of the Masonic fiati-rnity of
Illinois, and was a most estimable gentle
man in every respect. The deceased came to
Colorado alxiut two years ago ( r the bene
fit of a pulmonary complaint with which he
wus suffering. He grew better for a time,
but some months ago had a bad hemor
rhage, from the effects of which he died.
During his illness he was the subject of un
remitting attention from the mcmlicrs of
the Masonic fraternity of this ci.y, and at
his death his body was taken in charge by
the members of I'nion Iidge No. 7. At
the time of his death the deceased was forty-one
years of a'e."
We have received a note written in n del
icate hand inclosing an extract from the ri
ver news of the Courier-Journal a depart
ment presided over by a genius no less
distinguished than Col. Will S. Hays. We
lire requested to publish it. The slangiest
sentence in it "The prettiest girl in Cairo
winks with her mouth" has been repro
duced in The Ui i.i.ktin as a specimen of
the writings and sayings that puss current
for wit among this gentleman's idiotic, ad
mirers. The person who inclosed tho slip
is evidently of a senti ntal turn of mind,
and is drawn to admiration of the colonel
mom through his style nnd beautiful per
son than from any redeeming quality of
mind. Tho colonel clothen u sweet voice
and a beautiful form In line raiment, and
thus gotten up trusts to graceful posing and
a cluster ring to take captive innocent
maidenhood and kindred spirits of tho
Tuk Galveston News, reviewing Grant's
course as President, calls attention to his
indolence and the fact that he allowed his
flunkies to rule and control and concludes:
"For this very reason Grantism waa a dis
turber, a plotter, a mlschicf-iuuker, and a
robber. Its instincts and nitns were
against peace, against equity, figainst
honesty, against public safety everywhere
It made almost every department at Wash
ington a den of thieves. It plundered
South Carolina ami Louisiana, and then
kept them in a ruinous condition of intet
tine strife. As far its possible it did in
like manner with Missistppi, Arkansas,
and Texas. It is hardly likely that the
American people, with the experience they
have had, will restore to power Grantism,
with all its irrepressible proclivities of
infamy nnd iniquity, in the name of re
calling Grant as a savior, moderator, and
The speech delivered by Senator Tinr-
man at Hamilton, Ohio, last Tuesday, is
having an immense circulation, and is un
doubtedly the ablest effort thus far of the
canvass. In delivering the speech Mr.
Thurman undoubtedly felt that it would
have a large intluence upon his presidential
prospects in lss0, and he has not been
mistaken. The speech is remarkable for
its clearness and apparent sinccrty of the
opinions expressed. He elucidated the
financial planks of the Ohio Democratic
platform, w hich condemn contraction of the
currency; demand the rejnal of the re
sumption act: advocate the retroval of all
restrictions to the coinage of siVer, and the
re-establishment of silver hs a nonev metal.
the same as gold the same as it was lie
fore its fraudulent dcmone.zation; the
gradual substitution of United States legal
tender paper for national bant notes, and
its permanent establishment as the sole
paper money of the country, uade receiv
able for all dues to the g ivernment, and of
equal tender with coin the amount of
such issues to Ik: regulated by legislation or
organic law so as to give the people a.si:r:,nce
of stability in the volume of currency, and
the consequent stability of the value: no
further increase iu the landed debt, and no
further sale of :nnds for the purchase of
coin for resumption purjR-. but the grad
ual extinction f the public debt, rigid
economy, the reliction of ex;enditures in
all branches of the public service,
and a tariff ir revenue only." From
the financial features of the plat
form he pxw.il o a review of tho acts of
the Republican party, and was e?i-cially
severe in his cridemnation of the fraud
which hoisted H.'.yes into the presidential
ch;.ir. Tie :st:ngiiihel j-L-ak-r was
greeted with entrr.i:tH, and interrupted
frequently with a.lauv- and cheers.
What Cairo ui't j
moment is the rjj'j.ri-sslon of
'. at tii:
and ran-'iMnongtrs. If :!
were capable of at a'.! ap;
effect of i':it thought'textiM in circulating
groundless n;:i.Ts that excit; alarm in ti.e
public mind there rniht : some ho;...-of
checking tle-ir evii dJ iti'-f;S, but they
cannot rem !.ed by any authority sh.ri of
tTatute law, and unforturitely tie-re are no
provi-ions that will exactly meet their
cav-s. Rut the (leople have the remedy in
their own hani'.s. It is .rl'ect!y
to s'-t down their rJiuor
in every iiis'ante as ure in
vention, and it is equally sale to lei! them
8-j when one of the bpscl is caught at l.i
wom. Half u dozen rumors of the n.c-t
startling character were put into circulation
yenterday. In syine inst.if-.c-s the fevt r was
descriln-d and its exiht'-ncc locaU'd with
great particularity. Ri'i.l.KTlN P-irters
ran down all these rumors, and in no case
was there even a hhadow of f mn.l.itio.i t i
build on. There was not even as mnch as a
toothache or a sxire too from which tJ start,
and yet many jiorsons were led to lelieve
in the truth of what the croakers' were cir
culating. We repeat here what every
physician in the city will confirm,
that then; is no symptom of the yellow
scourge among us, and the excellent sani
tary condition of the city, supple-indited by
a rigid and effective quarantine, give just
grounds for the belief that we shall escape
the dread visitation. Resides, there are
stronger grounds for this belief than those
enumerated. It is a commonly known fact
here that Cairo is at all times exceptionally
free from fever. The peculiar utmospheru
which surrounds us is unfavorable to it.
We are located on a peninsula washed
on either side by swift-flowing
streams which meet at our
d'xirs and produce currents of air
that are tin absolute safe-guard against the
prevalence of diseases originating from ad
verse atmospheric conditions. We do not
say that it would be impossible to introduce
yellow fever here, but we do maintain, up
on tho authority of those most competent
tojudge,that itcould readily be confined, and
its spread, with the conditions we have
spoken of in our favor, easily prevented.
Knowing these tilings, there is no occasion
for alarm, and no heed should be paid to
the stories which are set afloat every hour
of the day by the thoughtless in most
cases, and by the mischievous and malicious
in not a few,
Tun city printing matter is now agitating
the council, and we desire to gay tt W0rd
ulwut it to the public. For the put two
years the council proceedings and advertis
ing for tho city have been published at a
ruinous loss to the printer. The price paid
monthly for the publication of the
proceedings would not pay for more than
one-fourth the actual cost of composition
leaving tlie question of space entirely out of
sight. The contract under which they were
published in The Hi lletin expired on the
1st of the present month, and on la.st Tues
day night The I5i i.i.etix and Sun submit
ted new bids. Heretofore the bids have
lieen so much per month for publishing the
proceedings of the council, and ordinances
and advertisements ordered by the council
or by any one of the officers of the city.
I n.lcr a contract of this nature the space of
The Bcm.etix was virtually at the disposal
of the council, or of any member of it, who
had energy enough to rise in his place and
nnd move that so-and-so lie "printed with
the proceedings." Smh a "motion always
carried. The expense came out of the pock
ets of the publisher, and the publication
added glory to the local statesman who was
desirous of seeing himself nnd his produc
tions in print. It was also at the mercy of
any city ollicer with a projiensity to pro
claim aW.t things, or to issue pronuncia
mentoes against hogs, dogs, or other brutes.
During one period of thirty days recently,
uuder this kind of a contract, we published
twenty columns of council proceedings
alone, receiving therefor not quite f, and
paying in actual cash for its composition
about $27. The difference between these
sums was an actual cash loss which the
publisher had to in:ket. In the bid we
submitted to the council on
Tuesday night we agreed to
publish the council proceedings and cdvi r
tising of the city at so much per line for
each insertion. This is the way such work
is now performed in the leading cities of
tin. country, and its manifest fairness must
at onc e strike the mind of the reader. The
council pay for just what it gets to a line
and the publisher receives his pay br just
what he docs. It is an intelligent arrange
ment, economical to t!.e city nnd fair to
the printer. Tic Council lias it in its
po .u rto publish just as much or just as
little fit the proceeding as it deems projier,
or fir that matter none at all. The price'
bid by I he Hn.i.ETix w.is two cents per
line.'oo'.irgco:- typc.iiieoimnns i:t pica ems
wide a rate that wiil 1m-pronounced reason-able-
by experts iii the publishing business.
The bid of the Sua varies little
from that of T:ik IH i.i kt.'n: and under
either the council ppiee-'dings if weeded of
unnecessary in it:-:.-, need not exceed $11 or
$20 p- r niontli. Th- LnU s,..-m to h ive
alarmed sni.-of the gentlemen who coin-Js-.-
the cotincil, and they have made state
ments concerning the work which prove
that they pr .-s very littie knowledge of
what is paid for similar work in other cities.
It is jiossjlde, indeed, to publish them at
less rates than thos,- bid by TllE Ih l.I.KTI v
But there is such a thing as getting it done
t-'i cheap '. ivi:ig the pr'Seilings pub.
i I -..- 1 in a teq-er sc !i by but t'-w of tin
! i.;..vir-. and at tiin -s wh -n inb r -.-t in the
p! -dings will have waned or died out
alto-i :lr-r. The o'd-vt of publishing them. if
w-: und"r-t:i.'id it aright, is 1 1 1 -t tie- public
know ju-t what revell'l" is Collect. -r and
from what sources derived; how it is expen
ded, and for what purposes; the inaugura
tion and progress of public work; new laws,
or changes in old one. In a general way
thi.s covers the duties ot' tic council, and th
greater the publicity given to ucii acts, the
greater will b.: the restraints imposed upon
extravagance and jobs of i-v -ry kind. We
do not tiiink the public will take kindly to
the proposition made by some of the mem
bers of the council to publish the proceed
ings in a weekly paper, for besides being
impracticably in its working-, it will be
found to be valueless, in results. If the city
council in in earnest in submitting its acts
to the inspection of the community, it will
publish it.s ppjeeedings in papers that arc
daily read by the tax-payers; if it Wants
only to pretend to do this, it will, under
cover of the cry of economy seek the obscu
rity of a weekly paper in complying with
the letter of tho law, while it violates its
THE (TISINK OK THE FHESCII CAPITAL.
MOW AM) WHAT, AM) WHEHU, THE pV-
H. IU..NT M.AsShS EAT. UtOM Til K OltANI)
111 s i l HANTS OK THE IIOt l.EVAIIIIS TO TllE
I IM.V WINK SHOPS OK THE KAI IIOt ltOS.
I II K MAlO.N 1SIHEE AND TllE ( AKK AN-
(From an nernalqniil correspondent.)
Paris is renowned for its cuisine, and tru
ly there are no people in the world who live
as well and at the saino time so economical
ly. From the Duchess whose chocolat u la
creiue do vanille is brought into her silk
tapistried boudoir of a morning, in a cup of
rich Sevres porcelaine, set on a silver salver,
and who hips it nelining on u bed, the
quilted silk cover of which is trimmed with
jMiint d'Aleneon, woith m-'iy thim-ands of
t nines, to the humble aim oh. rlul ln 'eoii
vrierc (workwoman)1.1 ho cute,, vr: .
of the (l ll liee du Cio " 1
sous worth of cafe au lait nnd a petit plain;
from the noble sportsman who spends four
do'.hus for his breakfast at Bignoiis, to the
decayed literary 'character who creeps
stealthily into tho dingy wine shop of the
(iuarticr Pignllc; from tho jwirtly bland and
smiling senator who, on leaving tho iiugus
assembly of which he is a member, steps in
ut Fayot's for a dozen of Asteudu to be
washed dow n w ith half u bottle of Sauterne,
twenty years old, to the poor clerk who takes
his diw-er nX a ctstatmiut of fixed price, at
the outlay of eighteen cents; from the
smart commercial traveller or man of busi
ness who is a habitue of Duval's to tho In
liorer out of work who can just afford to
pay five sous for an ordinaire in tho myste
rious region of the little California, away
down near the Boulevard Montrangc; Par
isians of ull classes, provided with purses
long or short will always enjoy or appear
to enjoy, the table, be it sumptuous or spare
Let us suppose ourselves in the realms of
Mammon, at the corner of Boulevard des
Italians and the RueLafitte. The frequenter
of the Boulevard will point out to the
foreigner to whom he acts as guide a high
noble looking house, the window ornamen
tations of which still retain the traces of
the copious gilding lavinhed on them years
ago, but now ncalry effaced by the gnawing
tooth of time. It is the Maison Doree of
world wide fame. The splendor of its ex
terior gilding may have lxjen tarnished, but
enter, and the most fastidious taste w ill lie
satisfied by the rich, elegant, and yet sim
ple decorations displayed within. The de
mands of the most highly cultivated epicure
can le entered to here, but as in other es-
tahlisninents that I shall describe, Iisgo's
admonition; -Put money in thy purse,',
holds good; put money iu your purse
plenty of money, a huge number of the
m at little round peires bearing the elligy
of Louis Napo'eon nnd worth four dollars
each: put them in your p.icket with the
expectation of leaving a large number of
tht-ni at the rose wood counter behind
w hich sits the neatly dressed female cashier,
for w ithout such provision, and such inten
tion you had lw-ttcr stop at tho door. But
if you w ish to unveil the mysteries of Ep
icurus, the picture U-ing framed with the
most exquisite surrounding, you must
elit. r the temple of Cordoiiblell. You must
ascend the carpeted staircase which leads
to tie- sumptuoiw cabinets upstairs. There
you will find the walls set iu clsmy inlaid
with flowers in mother-of-pearl displayed
in varied and fantastic designs. Sifas
covered with rich velvets or silk damasks
court tie gaze, and invite repose. Rich
curtains soften the light of day, while
lusters sparkling with a thousand confis
cations scatter the rays of their gas (Lines
at night. Venetian mirrors multiply the
room, and make it appear ten times larger
than it i, for tho space is limited and the
cabinet seems made but for cosy tcte a tete.
Let us take an indiscreet jx-ep into one of
these mysterious little chambers; the com
pany there is comjmsed of two gentlemen
and two ladies. The former are already of
a certain nge, their hair and w hiskers are
blanching, they are of distinguished aristo
cratic exterior, and the littie many colored
riblnms in their buttonholes denote them
as men of high position. They are digni
fied, smiling, quiet. The belies, on the
contrary, are hilarious to the extreme;
dre-sod iu th. finest satin and lace, and
n intillant w ith diamonds. Seen in the
street they might Is? taken for ducheses.
But there is nn indescribable want of
poli-h in tle ir manner, a faint tinge of
vulgarity that betrays the want of early
good breeding, and in spite nf their super
ficially attractive conversation, those accus
tomed ta nil features of the beau inondo
will take them directly for what they are
namely actresses from one of the smaller
SL'NBF.AM AND I.
Wi own no hoiirei, n lol, no lund'
No iluliity viands for n are pi. rnl;
llv swat of our hroiv and toll of our hand
Wb earn llie pittance that buy u bread.
And yet we lite u a nobler tale
Siinlieain mill I lliau I lie inililoiia!ri
Who illlii' otMlvern mid '.'olden plule,
With liveried litciiey behind their chair.
We have no rleln in bond or stock,
No bank bonk show our balance In diiiw;
Yel we entry u nfe k".v that unlock
More treasures than Cnesii ever r.v;
We wear no velvet or satin line.
We dres In a very homely way:
Ilnl (1. what 1 M i n I u u u luster shine
About S ii in Ik m in ' h i;un- Kiid my hodden urny.
No harp, no dulelnier, no I'ultar
llreiik Into slnlni; at Sunbeam ' touch;
Hut do not think 1 lint our eveiiliicsme
Without their music; there I none hiicIi
In concert halls w here Hie lyric air
Iu palpitant billow nwlmannd swoon;
Our live ure ii pnlm, and our forehead w ear
Thcciiliu of the heiirl of perfect Junes.
When we wulk lo',-tlicr (we do not ride,
We llie fat tooponri, II I very rnru
We are lion I'd unto fiom I lie other lde
Of llie street but not for Ihl do wecaro,
We in s not lonely j we pa iiloui!,
Sunbeam nnd I and you can not ee
(We can) what tall and benutiful tlirouu;
Ofiimtel we have for company.
When cloudy weather obsenie our skle,
And some day datkeii with drop of rain
Well ave but In look lit each other' eye,
And all I balmy nnd Inlu'lil hl'mIu.
Mil our Is the alchemy th.it triiu'inilte
' ' ilregM li elixir. Die ilio- lo uotil :
. we 11m. ereau Im!:,
'' i u.... . . . e . i urtiw old.
Qi EiiY. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro'ii
"Svul of North Carolina" tit the same price?
TV. ' ; Cii : '
Oliio Levee and
I)HY Gf)0I)l. KTC.
Tlic largest wholesale and retail Dry
(ioodsand C'lotliins: House in this City;
are receiving new (mmxIs daily and are
ofl'cring great bargains in tliciiiot hand-
some lines of CARPETS, (IJL CLOTHS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou-
rcttes, ami a great many other new
styles of ItrcsH GomN, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in r vi-ry department of their busi
ness, they cordially invite the puhlii
to fall and see their stock.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL BANK,
CAPITA!., 8 100. not"1
W P. IIAI.I.1IIAV. Pn .nl.-m.
II I. II U.I.IIiAY. Vie,- I'r.pi.l.-u.
WALTF.H in M.OI'. I r.
staat taviih. . r n i m mv.
IIKSI1V I.. HAI.I.IllAY, K. II. I CM MSI, II AX.
0. 1). WIUJAMSO.V, KTCI'IILN 1111:0,
II. II. CASUt:!:.
Exchangp, Coin and United States Bond
1IOVU1IT AND Hol.l).
Ilepnsli received and a Keneml bunking l,ns!ne-l
.LKXANDER COUNTY BANK,
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Struct;
K. IIIIOSS. Prehlelit.
P. NKKK. Vlee l'resiileilt.
II. WKI.I.S. I ashler.
T. J. hKHTH, Assistant Cashier.
F. Hm. t'ulro:
William Kliuru. Culro;
Wlllluin Woll. Cairo; 1
It. I. Hllllnirsley. St. I.0111 5
I. Y. Clemsou, Caleduula
Pi ter Nifl'. Cairo;
C, X O.terloh,
K Uuder, ( nlro;
I bus. O. Puller,
fiKNKIIAI. DANKINli IILSINKSS DUNK. I .
1 V cliaut'e sol-1 and lioiiL'ht. Interest paid In I'
SavliiK Ilepiirtmeiit. Collectloiia inadu and
liiisliie promptly attended lo. ZT-
lNTERPRRSE SAVINGS BANK, i
Ihartcred Jfanli 31, 1SC0.
OFFICE IN CITY NATIONAL BAN
INTKHKSTpnld on depolt Mnrch 1st and S
tern!,,. 11. Inter,.! not withdrawn I added 1
inedlnlely tothu principal of IliB depolt, Iher
glflU! llieill voinpouuu niieresi,
riTCIilldienaiiil iimrrlctj women may ih pe
nmney ami no one lsc ran draw It, y
WALTER HYSLOP, Tiikasviikii.
HYKINd A.1D ItENOVATlXd.
youn OLD CLOTHES "m
can 11 h naAiTirci.i.r
UYKD Oil 11EPAIRK
At a Trilling Kipense-C. 0. .
m v J
CHAS. SHELLEY, NO. 80 EIGHTH J j
tr Udloi atd Unit' uld Uati made uew.