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JNO. ILOBERLY, General Manner.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY AND COUNTY
Only Horning Daily in Southern Illinois.
Thns. Xally, Kditor.
TOR STATR TIlEAsflltn.
EDWARD L. CltONKhTTE, of Stephenson.
riK tCFEKlNTENIiKNY or PfllUC INSTIUCTION,
SAMUEL M. ETTEK. of McLean.
rOB CI.EHK or TUE tl'I'llEME CUfHT, kOVTUEIIN UUAND
JACOB O rHANTK. nf Mnrliin
TOR CLEIIK OP THE AITELLATP. COl KT, fotTIIERN
JOHN Q. 1IARMAN. of Alexander.
TOR CONUHESs) EIGHTEENTH CoXollEssloNAL DISTIUCT
W. J. ALLEN, ol Jackson.
FOR IlErBEsENTATIVES riPTIETU SENATOIUAL DIS-
T. W. HALLIDAY. nf Alexander.
T. T. HolllNSOS.of .lack.on.
HOX. D.T. LIXEOAK
will addresii the people at
Cairo, Wcdnefdavnlcht, Aits. SI.
Lockwood'a Grove. Jacksou coiii.i.v, Puturday,
(irand Chain. Pula-kl county. Tlitirfn:ay. Ane. 2.
HodKca Park. Alexander couuly, Friday. Aag. SO.
Vienna. Saturday. Auj;. a.
HOX. WILLIAM J. ALLEX.
Democratic nominee fur Cum.'."", w ill epeak to the
people at the followlnj.'plac":
Camp Creek Church. Jackson County, Thursday
UiIit. Aucust ti.
Ava, Jackson C'ountv, Friday niirbt. Au I.
De Soto, Jackson County, Saturday ulpbt, Aug.
I'llln, Pulaski County, Wednesday. Sag. .
Mound City, Pulaski County, Wednesday uij;lit,
(irand Chain. Pulaski County. Thursday Aug. 2H.
Hodtfi H Park, Alexander County, Friday, Aup. :i.
McClurc'K school liouae, Alexander County, Sat
East Cape Girardeau, Alexander county, Satur
day nlcht, Aim. 81.
(iolconda, Pope county, Friday, September. 6
Clay Mines, Pope county, Saturday. September 7.
HOX. E. n. WATKIX3
will address the people at the follow iuc tinim and
McClure'n school-honse. Alexander county, Sat
urday afternoon. August HI.
East Cape (iirardcuu, Saturday night, August 31.
HON. VM. IIAHTZFI.L AND COL. It. It.
will address the people at the following times and
Mutropolit, Massac county, Thursday, Aug. 2t.
New Columbia. Massac county. Friili.y, Aug. :10,
Vienna, .latksou enmity, Saturday, Aug. 31.
HOX. F. E. I.II!ili;llT
will address the people at the following times and
Lockard's Grove, Union county. Saturday. Aug. g
Vllin. Pulaski county, Wednesday, Aug. as.
Mil J011X H.OBEKLY
will address the pimple at the following times and
Dixon Springs. Saturday. Anirnst 17;
Graulslmrg. .luhnsdu county. Monday. August Hi;
nuruside. Johnson county, Tuesday, Atigu-t iW;
Goreville. Wednesday. August gl ;
Parker's School House. In Elvira Township. Wed
nesday evening, August gt.
Marion, Williamson counlv, Saturday, September
Carbondiile.Jackson cumty. Monday. Si pti mlu r 'X
Iu((iioin, ferry county. Tuesday .'September 10.
Chester, Kandnlph county, Tuursdav, September
By order of the emigres. r,,i Coninilitec.
August pi. lsTS.
A 0.1-ahantixe luxury: A clerk at f a
lay to record the doings and sayings of the
Hoard of J ealth.
The telegraphic news of ye.-terJ.uy indi
cates an abatement of the fever all along in
fected river towns, and the hope is f rvently
expressed that the discus- lias been at its
FiiANcts Mi hi'iiy is conducting t-mper-uncc
meetings at Round Lake. ) Sunday
a week ago he suspended live bottles .if
alcohol from a tree to n-j.n--nt king ale.,,
hoi, and 'et the l,vs ,irow th,.m
imtill they were broken.
A ki.ati.oat, to be convened into a ren
ter of contagion, has been purchased, and
will be anchored within Mulling .li-tnnceof
the town. 'I'-iitlenieuof tl,,.),,,.,,.,!,,,-!,,,,!,
we rise in our place and thank vou for a
community that is perishing fr tt'vmiu.e ,
have a tussle with the insidious destroyer.
To much can not be wti I i , ;. r ,,,,,
State Ikmrd of Health. It , ,lt .lov.u into
its capacious pocket anil contribute.; t!1(.
iininitiient sum of fl3 towaid the ptirelmse
of a flat-boat whi.-h, it is proporl.shaii ,
converted into a focus of infection, lui
moored near the tv.. B, ;:;;, colln.,
tion! Generous Dr. lUiuch !
TO THE Bl'HXES S MEN OF CAIRO.
A prominent levee merchant yesterday re
ceived letters from t.vo of his customers h
thin neighborhood in which it was stilted
that teiuiiH could not lie procured to come
to this city for goods, the owners of the
teams believing that yellow fever is preva
lent here. Another merchant on Commer
cial uvi-nuc received an order to suspend tho
shipment of a bill ot goods purchased tor
the reason that the goods coming from an
infected point, might have the germs of the
disease in them.
The Carbondale Free Pros of Saturday
last contains the following:
Two case of yellow few are, rennrted nt Culrn.
Provisions to guard against cuiitngioua diseases
hotild be made In Carbondale.
We are also credibly informed that ru
mors of this kind are in circulation along
railroad lines leading into this city, and are
doing us incalculable damage. No later
than yesterday at Carbondale several par
lies nhw l.ra jjuii.li.ised tickets Ibr ?'
point abandoned the trip upon hvm'
formed that the fever was here. eentlt--
man down from Dongola yostcv evening
reports that little, commun in a -'m"-'
state of excitement ovifcimilur ruinori
and a meeting to qu"'110 ne;,inft Cair
was talked of. coursc wo Kllow lUI
these rumors to-' bdse. All ot us know
tllPrO is Hot AilsC f ycllfW ft'VlT if! till'
city, nndn Smith, Sr., states elsewhere
that hlias n"t 6(,en a case of it since
ls,7,except on steamboats. In a conver
sion with Dr. Dunning last night, that
gentleman also informed us that to his cer
tain knowledge there was not a ease in
Cairo, and that although the heat of the
summer had been almost unprecedcn'cd
within' his recollection, yet he has never
kuown'a healthier August than we have so
far enjoyed. AVe were unable to see tin
other physicians last night, but we are in
formed uion good authority that the expe
riences of Drs. Gordon, AA'aldo, AVardni r,
Wood, Parker, Stalker, Marean, Sullivan
and others have been the same as
that of Drs. Dunning and Smith.
It is known that these gentlemen would not
risk their personal and professional retii't--tions
in making a statement of this kind
that was rot fully in accord with the facts.
For this reason, and for the further one that
these gentlemen enjoy a large uerpuintarice
or are well known by reputation in all the
country around Cairo, it has been suggest 'd
that they unite in signing a certificate of
their belief and knowledge on this point. It
hasbcen well said that thecirtulationofstich
a document would cany greater weight
with it than anything emanating from any
official body of the city, for the reason that
the latter would be weakened by a suspicion
of a desire on our part to conceal the truth.
To remove the impressions and counteract
the effects of the rumors which have gone
abroad it has been suggested by a number
of the leading merchants and business
men that this certificate, signed by our
physicians, be published in Thk Rci.lktix
ot to-morrow morning, and that copies of
the paper be sent by business men to all of
their correspondents and customers. The
c st of this would lie trifling. It would be
rapid and effective in its results, inasmuch
as it would, if fully carried out, reach every
body doing business with us. The matter
will lie further canvassed to-day, and our
business men one and all should take a
hand in averting what may be ruinous to
our local interests the present season.
A special dispatch from Springfield to
the St. Louis R publican says the entire State
Hoard of Health is on duty at Cairo. This
is a mistake. It is tho entire president of
the State Hoard of Health who is buttling
so manfully here against the approach of
the yellow fever.
j;Hoi itiioNs,np;n whose backs moss found a
c mgctiia! soil, ami Republicans who looked
upon Democracy as the personification of
the old boy himself, now fall upon each
other's necks and weep with joy over tit
prospect of a political millenium. The pro
pelling power of "Hat" money and the spoils
of office is the great missionary that has
brought Hrothi rs Houpt and Comings into
u touching and fond embrace.
TiiKCirbrndalo Free Press, siuce it has
abandoned the "patent" sides, isgrcatly im
proved iu appearance, ami enjoys greater
CAIRO BULLETIN: TtfSPAY M"RT' AUC,UST
sc.ipo for the ctleoUvo work it is doing 'i
behalf of Judge Alien ami tho Dcniocray
of this district. It deserves the full.t
measure of success, ami Radical perseeutin
will draw Democrats nearer to it and to :s
Now that all are boats prohibited frni
landing at our wharf, and all freight ad
passenger tratiic by rail with infected
ticts has been suspended thus ' ma
'iu lun-Biiuim against um scourge v -plete
ns we can make it eoiil.l im !0t
tho officials of the board of health '01
...:.i ! . . . .... ., ledvistor
u iiiiiiwiii leiiriu lemiigiiier.
in? AVe ask this question i
blenessand with bated
ith. AVe l.e
an eye on the public
erly.nowon a missioi-
AVE see that
pe and Jo'inson emu-
ary tour throu
m in ueLlllf , . , .
tor" AVe y m ' ' .ntlemaiis
feeliii"SA 1 '''8 lw t t,lis 8,u"
t ytfiled with his name. If there is
ieaev in mental swearim.'. we wnntil
. . j !,"" ;,ll,-l IVIIUllfll llll-
i. i...:i... i i ....
nnyr - . ,
,irive a tlfty-cent piece of "tint"' Uoney
zf the author's chances i'i the here.i'ter.
nder the circumstances Isith gentlemei
the liboler and lilcled ate entitled to
the prayerful sympathy of Christians.
The President of the State Hoard f
Health th-J beuevolent Dr. Ranch wouil
make a poor military commander. Caim
is his front,aud he has foititied it against m
i.Siiiii'.t fn ui the pestilential enemy, but las
left his tear and flanks unprotected. It
reported that a case put off recently by a
steamer at Mctrojiolis has developed iit
yellow fever. Although there is considr
able of the doctor, we fear there is n t
enough of him to effectively spread over t ie
river ports of Illinois; and the river pots
should, therefore, take mea-ures to prota t
themselves. The doctor has nothing to
give but advice. It is only justice to bin
to say, however, that he is generous with it
and would cheerfully wake up h the mi4
dle of the night to give some of it away.
A Two-coi.iMX contribution in the I'adu
eah News of Sunday last from tho pen of
our gifted and cheri-hed eorr-pondent.
Madame Charlton-Edholtn, forcibly reminds
us of the loss our Social Sc ience Association,
the AVomen's Christian Temperance Cnimi
and the readers of The Hclli-.tin have sus
tained. Indeed, since the lady's departure
the Social Science Association has passed
from our gaze like a pleasant i.-ion, while
it can be no reflection upon the other mem
liers of the AV. C. T. U. to say that she was
the soul of that aggressive organization.
More frequently than any other memlcr
she ten culled ntv-" - ' 1 '- -- -n.1
by the fort e of her energy and ability i:i
debate she acted like a magnet IIJm h her as
sociates, drawing from thcirminds thoughts
that might have lain fop-ver dormant, or.
falling during tin- silent watches of
the night, would be lost upon ev
erything but the unsusceptible sur.ot n 1
ings of a lady's boudoir. AVhateVer the
readers of The Hi m.ktis thought of thi
paper a- an ev. ry-day tisitor, on Sunday it
was ( specially welcome, fur on that dav ;!
was sure to contain the product of a g.-nia!
and fascinating pen a happy medley of
wit, s'-ntiineiit, bathos ai:l morals. It is
said to b : the portion of small souls to
dwell in envy. If this b. true, we shall In
content to have our own dwarfed to the
dimensions of a mustard-s'-ed. for we do
sincerely envy our up-iiver neighbors.
Quarantine should now have no terrors for a
The most important re.-ult to be deter
mined by the election in this State this
fall will be the s-lection of a successor
to Mr. Ogh'sbv in the I'nited States senate.
It is safe to assert that this gentleman will
n it siicce -d himself, and it is equally safe,
to predict that if the R publicans control
the next general assembly (Jen. Log."i will
be returned to his old place in the senate.
II: h is all the "hurrah'' and enthusiasm of
his party, and his followers, who are many
and devoted, are work'ng like beavers for
him, and are subordinating, and if necessa
ry will Micrilice, every other political inter
est to achi !ve success. A study of Kili
tical movements in this State, so far as
legislative candidates are concerned, plainly
indicap-s that all tin; combinations between
Nationals and Republicans are in his in
terest. In our own district, where the Re
publican candidate is a Logan man and his
election conceded, u National, with Demo
cratic antecedents, and ostensibly opposed
to Logan, is put in the field to capture
Democratic votes and secure the defeat of
one of the Democratic candidates. The
result of the Htieeess of this scheme would
be the defeat of a Democrat who would be
against Logau at all times and under all
circumstance, and the election of a man
who would be sure to b,- handled in the
interests of Logan and against the Demo
crats when the proper time had arrived.
AVe do not wish to bo understood as con-
vey.ng the i.nprM, ,,,,t M. Houpt
cnt.'r into 11 ,
rgam ior ins vote upon any
matter, but his inexperience in
public life, uud big isolation from both par-
an excellent subject
tied, would niaku
lobbyist and legislative
for the wiles i
1 he would waki) up hi utie
manipulator, fjUl ,-msvf recorded as
"'"JfSiing to which he had been tin
'hn'fy 0p"w'd all of bis life. In dis
"'''Jwliero the above condition of things
t1' 1 ...I .1... I ,...(a
xi'veiheii ioiciu uio jriiiuuii iiiu in
(ii of success and the Republican noini-
i.fMnecs happen to be anti-Logan men, the
bogaiiites bring out a Republican-National
who will support their favorite, and they
unite on him. Everj .vhere they are playing
a deep game and taking every advantage
of the political complications which arc
so general in this canvass. Democrats and
Republicans who are opposed to Logan
should understand that a vote east against
either Mr. Halliday or Mr. Robinson and
for Mr. Ibmpt is a vote cast indirectly for
Logan, for Mr. Iloupt's success must be at
the expense of either one or other of these
gentlemen. These things should bethought
oli and if viewed rightly we are convinced
tlmt no DenuHTat will permit considerations
u'a personal or friendly character to induce
L 1 lit to vote for Mr. Houpt, w hose election is
iiound to aid directly or indirectly th
ambition of Logan a man whose hostility
t Democrats and Democracy is iusultindv
paraded in all his public utterances.
Thkhe is war in the atmosphere f muni
cipal affairs. The citv council and one of
its committees the board of health have
locked horns on the question of authority.
Some members of the parent laidy object to
the manner in which the board of health is
rushing the ci. headlong into debt, with
out any authority whatever in all cases, and
unnecessarily and without a due regard to
the interests of the city in many others. A
reference to the act of iiico!Kiration and t.
the ordinances of the city settles tin- qttes
tion of authority. Clauses T'i, 77 and 7s, of
section 1, article of the act of moot pota
tion give to the city council the jujwcr to ap
point a lmatd of health, and to prescribe it
duties and powers; to erect and establish
hospitals; and to do all acts and make all
regulations which nutv lie mces-ar',- or ex
pedient for the promotion of health or the
suppression of disease, S ctio'l ti of chapter
10 of the revised ordinances says;
"The M.iyur of th" city, in ciii:.e :;on i:!i one
i:i. niln r nf the city (.licit il !ioia ea.-h ward, slmll
.constitute a b Mr.l o ln-altli. which slrili exercise
a general super 'simi hut tie' public health of Hie
city and shall report lor nr..iptiori by the .ity
con:. cil from time to time, such sanitary r u'a
lallons a-tle-y may .l. 'in cri.- ii ut and ices.. in
to promote or preserve the sine. or to prevent the
intrislie il.iu or spreading of any t.in:agio;..
malignant or pi-stlleiit'.al dl-ease.''
It is very plain that under this ordnances
the Itoard of health is requited to rejiort all
its action to the city council and it is also
plain mat the s-ction lctinmg the duties of
c'ty clerk make this offi.-e the only author
ized pun-hading agent of the city. The
b laid of health is nowhere authorized to
i M'tid a dollar U on its own motion. In the
f ice of this it has adopted sanitary rules
involving the expenditure of large sums of
money, and until las; Saturday night made
no rejHiit of its action to the eotoicil.
When it w.ts sag ste 1 thtr a. portion of
expenditure, were t.nnecesarv, some of
1 1" e -ntletii' ii of the W.rd of lu-alth flew
in: i a pasion. and declined to accept from
the council any thing l-s than the adopt
tiou of their report as it has been submit
ted, without alteration or amendment. It
might as We'll be understood now that
while the people are willing to yield a
hearty support to all reasonable measures
for the protection of the city against the
introduction of the fever, it will not bind
itself to liquidate every bill that men some
of whom seem to have lost their wits incur
under the worthy but mistaken belief that
such expenditures are essentia! to keep out
the scourge. A little more calmness and
deliberation all round is what is needed
just now. That wo have not had a panic
in Cairo before this time is not the fault of
some mcmlicrs of the hoard of health. In
giving currency to yellow fever rumors
taey have contributed what they could to
produce a state of alarm, but the people,
like the fellow who was kicked by a mule,
considered the source, and retain posses
sion of their senses.
Feels Yocnu Aoais. "My moihT was
afflicted a long time with Neuralgia and a
dull, heavy, inactive condition of the whole
system; headache, nervous prostration, and
was :iluut helpless. No physicians or
medicines did her any good. Three months
ago she began to use Hop Hitters, wkh such
good effect that she seems and feels young
again, although over 70 years old. AVe.
think there is no other medicine lit to use
iu the family A lady' in Provident:", R. I.
100 I'n: i:s new and choice styles Fall
printsjii-t tecciwd at Stuart's, stli street.
QcKHY. Why will ncn smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg llro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price;
Stoc k Notice. On and after this date,
all horses, mules, bulls, boars, oxen, sheep
; ami dogs found running at large, will be !
,.,,..,,,.,, ,,, ,,,1, r 7,. ,,.,. :
0 llt-t(,r ((.,()lt.r ti,.st wi jmj)oum.
ed, as by ordinance provided. This is posi
tive. C. D. AitTEn.City Marshal.
August 13, 1878.
Continued from Fourth Tiigo.
council was getting back to where it left off
Saturday night. Ho opposed the illus
ion of the question. Ho believed
the objectionable portion had been stricken
out and he thought it ought to be adopted.
Aid. AVoixl took tho fliair and began to
argue that the committee had no right to al
ter the report after having once presented it
to the council.
Aid. Halliday said he wanted to vote fur
th report, but thcru were some things in
it he was apposed to. Ro was
opposed to that portion of the report
stopping street filling, and the arrangement
with Dr. Waldo, whereby the city agrees to
take charge of marine patients who may
have the yellow fever.
Aid ennan Thlstlewisid said the lioardol
health did some things he was opposed to
and which he had voted against; but some
thing had to be done, and he made no
serious objection. Ho was onioned to the
arrangement with Dr. AValdo, but some ar
rangement had to be made, and he now
wanted to see the report adopted. To reject
the reisirt would seem
like a si.cr
on the board of health.
Alderman Halliday thought the gentle,
men Alderman ThistlewiKid went a hmg
way when ho said that member! oppose.! to
the report wanted to slur the committee.
He said that he was informed by a reponsi
bio party that
im. wai.ik) had a i.kitkk
from the surgeon-general in which he was
instructed that if he had a ca-t-of yellow
fever, and the city authorities, object to its
treatment within the city, then he must re
move it to a point without the city limits.
Al.liEIIMAN WMUIIT HAH KK.U) THE I.ETIEIl
and did not believe );. AV.ildo would be
willing t r-inov.- pitieiit- farther than the
grav yard i j.lg , or to some other convenient
Aid. Wood said he watit.d to vop
for the trr.-ater ponion of tie- r. irt. If
given a chance he would vote f.r the greater
portion of the iemrt, but if a division was,
not allowed so that he could vote for or
against such projiositionK rs ,e saw proper,
ho would vote against all.
Aid. Ritt'-nhouse wanted a division of the
question. It was the quickest way to get
through with the matter.
A I.I). FOLEY
said if the chair did decide i'i f tvor of a
division of the question, the board of
health was stong enough to carry it
Aid. Wright thought that w.i not a 'top
er spirit in a councilman.
Aid. W.Mdl said Foley only showed the
animus of some ineinb. rsof the council.
ou lpn't d.vioe.
Theclutir tll n decided the question could
not be divided.
AM VVo.nl iiiinealed from the decision of
the chair, and vote was taken as follows:
Ayes - Foley, Lancaster, y.K-um, path r,
O'Callahan, Thistlew.sl and Wright 7.
Nays Halliday, AVood and Kiltetihousc
Ahl. AVright nioved to amend the p itt
by saying that the contract w ith Dr. Waldo
docs not include case taken fioin built
and only such as may be found straggling
The motion was ( in rit-. i.
Aid. Lanca-ter moved that tie- re nut of
the bo p. 1 of health as amended be concur
WAVI'EIi TO KM'I.Al.N.
Aid. Halliday lose to explain his Vote.
Aid. Thi-tiewood interrupted Aid. Il.illi
lay, and insisted that an explanation w.is
out of Ol der.
Aid. Hallid.iv said when AM. Tiiistlew.s .d
was considered authon.y an. I wrote a
book on parliaiiiontai rule--, then he
would take him for authority, but for the
present did not take him for authority on
At this point the r mf-ision bei ani" so
great, Aldermen Halliday, Thistlewiiod and
Wood, all' being on their feet and talking at
once, and at the saui1: time tin: mayor keep
ing up a vigorous pelting with his gavel, it
was impossible X i tell what any o:io of them
were s iving.
Finally, when order was restored, Aid
Halliday read the following explanation of
lis vote, and asked that it might be made
i part of the record :
I desire a vote upon all the propositions
and questions in lie: report excepting those
reeoinui'-ndoig the arrangement with Dr.
Waldo for the car.- of marine patients and
tho stopping of the street lilPng and de
mand this right inasmuch as the council has
refused a division of the question under
di'1 ate in accordance with section 10, diap
er i, rowsoii ordinances, tn.-rciiy depriving
me of the right to decide separately and
intelligently o! these questions, but being
leprived ot this right I am compelled to
Aids. Wood and liittenliouse voted as
Aid. IMIid.iy did, off-ring the same ex
planation of their Vote.
The report was adopted, notwithstanding
The council soon after adjourned.
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OA I ItO AND ST. LUCLS ItAILItOAl).
Throngl, Express 8:ir,p.,n. lOaiO,.,.,.
M irjihyslMiro Aeciiiiiinoilnt lnt.1vi:M p.lil. Hiltiji.
I 'hxtept BnuUay. ttxeept Monday.
Ohio Levee and
Waliinirt on Avenue.
MtY WrftliS. nc.
The largest wholesale and retail Pry
Goods and Clothing House in this City;
arc receiving new Goods daily and aro
offering great Imrgains in the most liand
toine lines of CAR PKTS, OIL ("LOTUS
and MATTINGS; Silks, Cashmeres, Lou
retles, ami, a great many other new
styles of Dress Goods, Fans, Etc.; in
fact in every department of their l,uf
ness. they cordially invite the public
to cull and see their stock.
r1HE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
W P. HAI.I.IPAY. Pr. -.i.Vt.t
H 1- II Al.l.miY. V l-rc-ld-M.
WALT Eli IIYSL.iP. ( n.Lier.
s -ta ATS T.tVl.ill. u. y. .Mj.,AV.
III. kilt I, IIAI.LIlMr. II II f l SSIM.IU.
... n. wiu-uhson. stu uts mini,
ii. ii. i.iviitr
Exchange, Coin and United States Ilond.s
IIOlGIIT AND SOLI).
I), ;. r, c.-ivel and a gent rai bai.Lng Ik-Ilw
.LLXANDKK COUNTY HANK,
Commercial Avenue and Kightk Struct,
OA! HO. ILLINOIS.
F. I'.lioss. President.
P. N Y.YY. Vire I'l. selent.
II. WELLS. Cashier.
T.J. hLitill. Assistant CasLer.
V. l'.ros, Oiiiro: Wi'lium K'uge. Cairo;
P'ler N. tr. Cairo; William Wolf. ( -i-o;
c. M (ist. rioh. K. I. Kiilingsler. St. L.-ils;
E. Ilnil. r. ( nil..; J. V. CP. ii.s.,u. Caledonia.
t OKNEKAL CANKINO liCSINHss DONE. Ex
1 1 eluin-e sold iiihI bo::-!.t. Int'Test r.iitllii ihe
savings 'Department. ' ollec tions made and ali
business 1 . r it! 1 1 1 1 y nlt. niled to.
jNTiiRl'RISK SAVINGS RANK,
Cliiiitercil Mardi St, llltiil.
OI'KICP. IX CITY NATIONAL I!ANh
JNTL'IiEsT paid on deposits Man h 1st and Sep.
temii.-r 1st. Ii.ii n-s: not withdrawn Is added Im
iii. iiiiiiely to ll:e prin.'ipiil of ihu depjslts, thereby
giving thriii compound li.riyt,
' Children ami mmilnl wotnon imiy uYMit
money mid no one else can draw It.
WALTER 1IYSI.OP, T1tEAsn11.11.
PYKIMi AMI liUNdVATIMi.
yOLR OLD CLOTHES
CAN HK HKAl-Tiri'LI.Y
DYKD OH HKIUIUKU
At u Trlflii:: Kxftfuse-C. (). P.
CHAS. SHK.MSY, NO. 30 EIGHTH ST.
t'trt Lad'i nd OoDti' uld bati nitdt ow.