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II. BUY ANT, M. D.
OKFICR: Eighth and Washington Avenue.
REHlDENCK:Corner Nineteenth and Wanh-
. MAIIEAN, M. D.,
; Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
OBIce 118 Commercial avenue, ltcaldcnce corner
Fourteenth hi. and Washington avenue, Cairo.
."y.R. smith, M.D.
Office biiiI Rosldencr :
NO. 41 TUIKTEKNTH STREET, CAIKO, ILL.
It. K. W. WIIITLOCK,
Ornn-No. IV, Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Street
J)H. W. C. JOCELYX,
OXPICE Eifihti Street, near Commercial Avenue.
J IN EG Alt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. m Commercial Avenue.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDEH COUNTY.
Only Morninar Daily in Soutliern Illinois.
We are authorised to announce that Capt. N. B.
Tuihtlkwood Is a candidate lor the office of Muyor.
TOTHK EuiTolt BUU.KTIN '
Please nay to the voter of Cairo that I am a cand
idate for re-election to the atllce of Mavor of the
t'tty of Cairo. If elected I tihall be governed by
the name alma aud policies that have hitherto cou
rrollc me. liut-pccttuUy. etc.
We are authorized to announce that, Wilman
lliNDKii.-Kb will be a candidate at the enduing city
election lor me oince 01 city Attorney.
We are authorized to announce the name of P. C
Birau ai a candidate for the office of City Attorney
i meeusuingcllr election.
We are anthorlzed to announce the mime of At.
rHHULOMiN'iii an a candidate lor City trcuburer at
. meetM-aing city election.
We are athorlzed to announce the name of Wal
ter L. Biiwroi. an a candidate for the oflice of City
1 reanarcr, at me enduing cnarter election.
We are authorized to announce that Milks W
Parkkh Ih a candidate, attlie euhuiny city election,
lor me oince 01 my Treasurer.
Eiirrott BoLLtrtN: Pletine announce that I am
caudldate. for the ofllce of City Treasurer, at the
apprauc mat; cuy election,
We are authorized to announce that F, M. Wakd
. in a candidate for the ulllce of City Treasurer, ul the
peadiMK city election.
We are authorized to announce W. F. Hchitkkiis
Ma candidate for City Clerk at the approachlm;
We are authorized to announce Lofts L.Davis
aa a candidate for City Clerk at the ensuing mu
We are authorized to announce John I). I'iiii.i.ih
ail a candidate for re-election to the office of City
OJcrk at the approaching municipal election.
We authorized to announce that William If. How
-.a a caudidatc for the ofllce of City Clerk, tit the en
Mini citv election.
We are authorized to announce that Dennis J.
Poi.ai la a candidate, at the ensuing city election
for the olUce of City Cleric.
Miciiaki. J. Howlkt ia a candlilat
for the First ward.
LDERMAN SECOND WARD.
We are authorized to announce that C. R. Wood
ward in a candidate for the office of Aldermau from
the Second ward.
' Editor Bulletin : Pleuse announce me a candi
date for re-election to Iho position of Alderman in
Second ward. Wood Kitteniioi-se.
We are are authorined to announce that David
T. Linroar will be a candidate at the ensuing
city election lor the office ol Alderman from sec--onu
We are authorized to announce Peter NnFfaaa
candidute for Aldermau from the Second ward to
LDERMAN THIItD WARD,
We are authorized to announce that Cot.. John
Wood will be a candidate, at the ensuing election,
for Alderman from the Third Ward. ,
We are authorized to announce the name of Eo
bert Smith an a candidate for Aldermau from the
LDERMAN FOURTH WARD.
We are authorized to announce that Daniel J.
Ualliuak 1m a caudidatc at the ensuing election
for Alderman from the Fourth ward.
We are authorized to announce that Ciiam.e O.
Patikr la a cauddldate for re-election to the office
of Aldermau for the Fourth ward.
LDKRMAN FIFTH WARD.
Wearo authorized to announce Chaiu.es Lav-
cantku as a cnudidate for re-election to Ike office
of Alderman for the Filth ward.
We are authorized to announce the name EnsEs-r
B. Pet-tit a an Independent candidate for Alder
man from the Fltfh ward
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. I
Don't forget the sicml dance at the
Election Tickets Osk Dollar per
thousand at The Bulletin office.
Skating to-night. Lovers of the terp
sichorfan art bIiouM attend the Kink to
night. Steamboat Inspectors Gronnucr ami
Itolflton are expected t arrive iu t'tiiro to
morrow or next day, on an oflicitil mishion,
The Illinois Central hiw isomed the
sbipaifntofcotton-Bced, somcwlmt. It all
goet to the great cotton-eed oil mills of
The remains ol Mrs. liix, wife of elder
llix, were burled yesterday, a large ion
course of friends following the body to the
"Montgomery V twetical contribution
is accepted and will appear, in due season.
Practice will make the author u futile and
Dr. Stovall, an old resident of Ballard
county, a physician of good standing, and
gentleman who wus highly respected by
all who knew him, dropped dead on the
floor of his residence, on Saturday bint, of
heart disease. He lived in the neighbor
ing village of Lovelacavillo.
Tlie Cairo & Vinrennes It. It. company
call for sealed proposals to furnish i)50,000
brick, also for tearing down old freight
depot. See otir new adverrtising column.
Some of the- walls of Winter's row, bo
traying a dtingerous. weakness, material has
been hauled to the ground, aud mechanics
are engaged making the required repairs.
The royal car of the Illinois Central
railroad, containing Mr. Jeffreys, General
Stinerintendenr. and Mr. Hayes. Master
Mechanic of the rond, was in Cairo yester
day. Col. Wutkins, of Mound City, called
on The Bulletin, yesterday, and ascertain
ing that we had been supplied with our
daily quota of advice, left us, apparently
The campaign, meeting named for
Iteverend Jacob Bradley's house ol worship,
last night, was postponed, on account of
the extreme unpropitiousness ol the
It is true -although an unsolved prob
lem in meutnl philosophy that the im
pulse to vote tickets printed at The Bul
letin oflice, is irresistuble. Price only $1
The Fourth warders are waxing exceed
ingly warm over the pending
election ; and the claims of the several can
didates were discussed, yesterday, to the
exclusion of everything else.
The election tickets the kind that will
be most numerous in the ballot box after
the polls are closed are printed at The
Bulletin job rooms, at the very reasonable
rate of one dollar per thousand.
Judge Marchildon, of Thebes, was in
the citv vesterdav. Being one of the lar
gest land-owners ot the county, he is much
pleased with the outlook of the wheat crop.
The prospect of a big harvest was never
Gentlemen any of you twenty-eight
candidates are you supplied with election
tickets? If not, leave your orders with
The Bulletin. They are always inquired
lor, by the voters of the city. Many per
sons will take no other kind.
AVe are sorry to hear it, and suppose he
ran against a clothes line, but a humorous
lecturer, known to a number of our people,
recently passed throng"!! this city, with one
of his optics in '"sable surroundings." We
are somewhat curious to learn the where
fores. It is said that a cnt is the only nuim.il
living-, with the exception of mnn, that can
distinctly pronounce the vowels, a, e, i, o,
u. The Lord knows that if the cats will
let them fall into disuse, we will, and treat
to a wagon load of fresh fish and live mice,
iu the bargain.
It should not be forgotten that Koch
ler Bro's. have a large supply of the choicest
corned beef ever cured in Cairo. It is put
up in barrels and half barrels all briskets
and will be sold ut a very low figure to
close out the lot. It is undoubtedly an A
No. 1 article.
Egbert Smith, w ho fell from his seat un
der some sudden and unaccountable attack
of sickness, last week, was confined to his
room until yesterday, when lie ventured
abroad again. Mr. Smith's father, it will
be recollected, fell from his seat, a number
years ago, and died instantly, of heart dis
ease. A large and elegant display of newly
trimmed and stylish huts will be the chief
attraction of Mrs. S. Williamson's "Spring
Opening" to-day, to-morrow and Saturday.
The ladies of the city arc cordially invited
to come and inspect the assortment, us the
variety includes something adapted to ull
A telegram, from Prof. Geo. W. Warren,
informs the musical community that he
will be in this city to-day and probably re
main two or three days, making his head
quarters at Buder's jewelry house. He will
negotiate sales of pianos and other musical
instruments, and Httend to tuning, etc.
Leave orders at Buder's.
The celebrated dreamer, Dr. D. A.
Parker, of Anna, writes to a Cairo gentle
man that any time after the twentieth of
the present month, he sad his wonderful
daughters, who sing and play the violin
"by inspiration," will be disengaged, and
can fill an engagement in Cairo. Such of
our citizens as met the the Dr. during his
sU to Cairo know him.
Wc hear it intimated that friends of
some of the candidates are making bets of
any and every sort the prime object being
to involve as many voters of the opposite
way of thinking as possible, la keep a list
of their names and, on election day, exclude
their votes. If there is any truth in these
intimations, it certainly discloses a very rep
rehensible method of electioneering.
It was an unusual dense and black
cloud that canopied Cairo, yesterday even
ing. It brought out the lamps in all parts
of the city, and gas gets glimmered iu our
Btores and business places the
same as after ni-rht fall. It tumml
out to be a cloud too, that was
heavily charged with moisture. The
rain-fall was quite vigorous for awhile, and
The weather promising well, yesterday
morning, it was thought tube a good, day to
remove one ol the outer wall of Mr. Kent's
residence iu Winter's row, and with Mr,
K's concurrence, this was done. Before the
close the day the rain came pouring
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
down like the waters of Ladore, rendering
a three-sided dwelling house as Kent's then
was, an abomination. Tlio contents of the
buildiug were protected, however, by tem
Miss May Patterson will succeed Mis.
Lou Wal bridge, who recently tendered her
resignation, as teacher in the public school.
Miss Wulbridge resigns after three nr four
years of service that was entirely satisfac
tory to the putrons of the school. Miss
Patterson ia a teacher of experience, and
being known to many of the pupils, will
be welcomed as Miss W's successor.
Mayor Winter's campaign meetings, of
which we arc printing the posters, will bo
inaugurated this evening, and will be kept
up a meeting each evening until the
evening proceeding the election. It is said
that I). T. Linegar, Judge Bross ami others,
will make the speeches. Meanwhile the
Thistlewood party is working with much
zeal and industry, both parties being in
spired by what they assume is nu absolute
conviction of success.
McCammon, whose local business no
tice we give elsewhere, has constructed a
wire cloth meat simp inside his place of
business, up town. and will use it during lly
time. The meats and the salesman, with
block and scales, will be under cover of the
wire screen, and customers will be supplied
with meats upon which not a single fly has
trodden. The screen was (milt by Phil
Brown, and to all appearances, is just the
thing for the uses intended.
The employes of the Illinois Central
have been subjected to another reduction
of wages. We are told thut persons who
were formerly paid $-15 per month, will here
after be paid only 33, which is certainly a
'"heavy shave." Men who have been receiv
ing $1.40 a day, will hereafter receive
only 1.2I5. The reduction is (-fleeted, we
understand, not by an actual lopping off of
so much money; but by lessening the mini
ber of hours of work all labor and coin
pensation being computed by the hour.
About six o clock vesterdav evening
the sewer under Washington avenue, in
front of the post-ofliee, emptied into the
commons a great stream of dark -colored
liquid that gave out a stench thut was in
sufl'erable villainous. The explanation
given by one party was that the custom
house sewer, clogged up for some tune, had
broken loose and the stream owed its per
fume to the contents of that sewer. Another
party, whom we promptly knocked down
and threw into the water, declared that it
was the postmaster's politics broke loose!
Dr. Mc Arthur (of whom our readers
have already heard) and his wite, paid The
Bulletin office a visit, yesterday evening,
partly to form the acquaintance of the
"aged." ar.d partly to avow his purpose to
be numbered among our subscribers. The
Doctor is manifestly an educated gen
tleman, whose knowledge of men and
thixgs has been ripened by much travel.
His wife is a lady of a very prepossessing
appearance, nna ot pure Anglo-.Saxon
blood -so to speak. They express them
selves well pleased with Cairo, and will
take up their residence here.
We were much pleased to learn, asw e
did yesterday, that our old friend and
everybody's friend. Joe Cormick, although
still very weak and much emaciated, has
so far recovered as to be able to ride out
when the weather is propitious. There are
ut least a congressional quota of people in
this world, who hope that Joe will live to
serve the Illinois Cent ml just twenty years
longer, and then, like old General Shields
(probably will do) retire on a com fort aide
pension, live happily and go off into the
dreamless sleep wheu it is agrccble all
Quite a discussion arose in the council
chamber Tuesday night, over the proposi
tion to reduce the compensation for dieting
prisoners from r0 to 40 cents. Alderman
Wood maintained the position that 40 cents
furnished ample compensation. The sum
of HO cents was named when scrip mini ut
50 cents on the dollar, and provisions were
from 20 to ;!0 per cent, higher than at the
present time. Aldermau Thistlewood
thought 50 cents was little enough in view
of the fact that the average number of per
sons fed did not exceed three or four.
Alderman Halliday thought 40 cents a fair
price, and bad satisfied hiinsell, by inquiry
and investigation, that that figure was
about the ruling pi ice throughout the
State. And forty cents was agreed upon,
and with one dollar turnkey's fee for each
prisoner, will constitute the compensation
of the jailer who will be appointed by
our next Mayor.
We met upon the streets yesterday
morning an object well calculated to excite
curiosity. It was a man, evidently u steam
boat deck hand. His face was bundled up
in bloody rags; blood had bespattered Ida
clothing and run down upon his shoes.
Upon plying him with questions we learned
that his name was Tim Cruediuore, that lie
had formerly worked on the pteauicr My
Choice with n man named Kaiik, mid had a
quarrel with him. He had him in Cairo a
a week or more. Quite recently K'auk had
landed here from the steamer l'nrter. About
10 or 11 o'clock Tuesday niht ho and
Kaiik met on the Levee. The old grudgo
was revived, "and," to employ Tim'a own
words, "the sun of a gun, h(! (.(11C uto mo
with a knife, and by the pipers, lie cut mo
nose off!" And Tim told the truth. Rank
had struck him a savage downward blow,
the blade entering the no.,. uiJtlll tl0 mid
dle and cutting down to tht. check
caused fully one half of the ih.sC to fidl,
THURSDAY MOKMNH, APRIL 10, 1579.
if swinging upon a hinge, down ovor the
mouth. The wound bled very freely Hnd
f'drly deluged Tim's clothing with blood.
When we saw him he had just como from
the hospital, and it was theie, we suppose,
that ho received the professional attentions
to w Inch ho is Indebted for at least half of
It is with feelings of genuine satisfac
tion that we to-duy place before our read
ers, in connection with a conditional candi
dacy for the office of Circuit Judge, the
name of lion. John M. Lansden, of this
city. It is eminently fit that the Democra
tic convention to which Mr. Lansden sub
mits his name, should select the candidates
with an eye to territory as well as to other
considerations, and since the upper portion
ot the district presents the name of Messrs.
Washburn and Browning, the central por
tion the name of Judge Crawford, it is only
equable and fair that the soutliern portion
should name its man, und upon no name,
wc dare say, would that choice more readily
fall than upon the name of Hon.
John M. Lansden. lie has
long i)L.cn recognized ns occupying a place
in the fore-front of the bar of Southern
Illinois been known as a lawyer whose
knowledge of the law is based upon a
thorough collegiate education; us a man,
indeed, of superior literary as well as legal
attainments, possessing an admirably dis
ciplined mind, with an ability to conceive,
to sift and to weigh, that especially adapts
him for the position he seeks. To these
qualifications add an unimpeachable per
sonal integrity, an unblemished reputation,
and great personal popularity, and you
combine the requisites to a Judge whom
the people would greatly respect and honor.
The nomination of Mr. Lansden would
give unbounded satisfaction to all who
know him, and add to our judiciary an up
right, able and conscientious man.
As matter possessing a certain charm
to the hundreds who were there to note the
occurrences detailed, wc present the follow
ing reference to Capt. Boyton's reception in
this city, which we find in the Padueah
jNewsoi iMotuiay: "llie JNews reporter
had the honor to bo one of the escort
of the young lady who had been chosen to
make the flag presentation. The young
lady was Miss Fannie Pitcher, a charming
and vivacious blonde, who acquitted herself
most beautifully, and proved herself
quite a heroine from the very start.
Whilst we were getting into the small boat
the bow of this had drifted under the
guards of the steamer, and alxmt the time
th" little party had become snugly seated,
the great crowd ou the steamer
made a rush for that side of
the bout' and nearly pressed tl.e yawl
underwater. It was no use to try to drive
the crowd back, as each man knew that
bis individual weight would not make
much difference. Our escape was only ef
fected by burying our craft further
iu the water to relieve it from
its perilous situation. The young
lady took the mutter quite cooly, while
several rough spirits would much preferred
to have been on a firmer basis. Hc-acliing
Capt. Boy ton. our little patty remained
with him to the mouth of the river. After
the Captain had rigged up his sailing appa
ratus and sailed around for some time, to
the delight of all, anil fired several shots
from his gun. and a number of other ma
neuvers, he came along side of our boat to
receive the flag, which was handed over by
Miss Pitcher at the end of a well digested,
brief and appropriate address, prepared for
the young lady by Mr. O'Shauglinessy, a
late attache of the editorial staff of the
Cincinnati Knquirer. At the close f the
young lady's remarks a universal shout
of nmen went up, which was vociferated by
thousands of tongues afloat and ashore. It
was just at 4:1. p. in. that the Captain
crossed the tell tale division line between
the two rivers and was buoyed
by the waters that ccine from
the far oil' gold lands of the
northwest. Just at this moment, after
several waves of the Hag and cheers from
the crowd, a skyrocket was sent up by the
Captain, which was responded to by the
whistling of the conveying steamers, and
these by ull the steamers at the lauding
and all the bells of the city. Thus ended
Paul Boyton's voyage of many hardships
over a distance of nearly 1,200 miles on
the Ohio, his undertaking being now but
about half finished, with the worst yet to
AN ISSL K JOIXKI).
ha(tical"takks F.xcrrrios to ckijtain
PROPOSITIONS LAID 1HWN 11Y "UF.ATItH L',"
AND VINIUCATKS Til K "STltO.Nti MIMUCD
Dian Sir : In you issue of the 8th inst,
vou draw the attention of your readers
especially your lady-readers -to un article
headed the "Despotism of Fashion,' for
whom, you say, "it was manifestly written."
Admitting it to be ull you have so hand
somly culled it and your judgment should
be all sufficient to decide the merits or de
merits of any newspaper article, still I
think, my dear sir, there is un open ques
tion as to whether the lady-readers of
Thf. Bui.lktin, hi o composed so exclusive
ly of the class called "fashionable" us to
stand iu need of this moralizing, half cinical
tirudo that "Beatrice" has favored us with.
Let us look at the facts us they really ex
ist! ''Beatrice" asks us what man or woman
wants to be a slave? and then adds, "net us
the majority ot men and women uct; ask
no questions, but blindly follow where Push
ion leads and you arc one," Do the major
ity of men and women deserve this severe
reproach! Is the majority led captive by
Fashion's thrall? I answer, unhesitatingly,
no! The hard-working, plodding, bread
earners predominate largely, all over the
world men and women alike and is it of
these she writes so- bitterly?
Are these the mothers who
will not nurse their babes for
Fashion's sweet sake? Let us hope she
meant only the few, the very few, indeed,
among mothers who will not nurse their
babes not the majority of mothers.
Is "Beatrice" altogether consistent when
she cries aloud, "If women would only re
alize that there is an abundance for them
to do without contending for the "right of
sutlrage, in making war against this gi
gantic and almost omnipotent tyrant Fash
ion?" etc. Does sh not know, this "Beat-
rice oi ours, mat the very women who
clamor the loudest and strive the hardest
for woman suffrage are, also, the very wo
men who not only demand, but practically
and iu their own proper persons display on
our streets, the coveted short dresses. Who,
but these very women, have brought about
and established the Drcss-Ticform move
ment here us elsewhere? Who first discarded
the heavy petticoat that quilted abom
ination of our mothers, that pulled the very
llie forces out of them, worn ns they wove it.
tied above the hips, crushing in the yieldin
ribs and playing havoc generally, but the
much-snubbed womuns'righter? To whom
is "Beatrice" indebted for the health-giving,
thick-soled, low, broad-heeled, com
fortable leather shoe? To whom for the
ease-giving shonlder-susprndcrs and stock
ing-supporters'; Who did away with that
spine-beating, shoulder-freezing alxuuina
tion, thechenii.se, and made the evenly-dispersed,
comfort-giving shima'.oon a fixed
fact; Who, pray, has talked and written
the very corset that '-Beatrice" justly an
athematisos, so strongly, a thing of the past
n horrid dream, that was, alu, as too
many high-shouldered women too plainly
attest, not all a dream? To whom, indeed,
if not to our "sirong-minded women," in
the strongest sense of the sentence, so often
thrown as a slur at the identieal women
whose lives are devoted to and whose in,i
vidualities are indentitied with e.'ery re
form, i,syet. made in dress?
Grappling "with the realities of exis
tence" is exactly what our mothers and our
daughters the majority of them are do
ing to-day. It is the dreamer who sees
through glasses of their own smoking that
can think otherwise. To say that there
was a flavor of bitterness that might lead
one to suppose the writer a little more
given to censure than to generosity, would, I
think, excuse much that appears to me,
over-drawn in her article. I would give my
new spring bat the one I aui to have, I
mean -to know ju.st how this modern
'Beatrice" spends her time how she
dresses her hair and her person what
training she gives to her daughters and
sonsif she have any and how her
mothers' household was ordered. Can
you not, Mr. Editor, help me to this knowl
edge? Or cannot the fair "Beatrice," her
self, be induced to give us a few hints
alxiut her practice in these things of which
sue gives us so many precepts f it is so
easy to preach; so terribly hard to teach, by
example. Yours and hers most respect
Weueach for riches and grasp a mill
stone, unless in health to enjoy them. A
cough or cold quickly works our physical
ruin unless we are careful. Use Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. Only 2."i cents a bottle.
Dollar per thousand at the Bulletin
Fop. Fikst Clash day board fur $1S.00
per month, go to the Planters House.
Tiiosk in nkki) of a good set of Artificial
Teeth, and desire satisfaction, can get them
by calling upon Dr. W. C. Jocelyn.cn Eighth
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS.
M. E. McCammon, of Metropolis, has
just opened a first-class butcher shop at the
comer of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. D.
Pork, Gjf cents; bacon, 8 cents: sausage,
three pounds for 25 cents. All me invited
to call and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Ten ('km Woktii. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2 cents, or anything else in
the tonsoiial line, remember the place to
go to Ls Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
La mi Straw Sachels, fancy wax fruit
Baskets, willow fruit Stands, School Bags,
Handsome Brackets, all descriptions. Pic
tures framed very cheap, at Ford's, Com-
"OH! WHAT A NAT!"
Put it aside then, and call on Marx,
the Widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish Broadway Silk Hats,
inanulactured to order. Ho is the only
man in the city who is supplied with a
con forini tor. mi av your measure,
mid in short order supply you with a nicely
fitting, stylish lint, at a figure so low that it
will surprise you.
Lowi.LAiinV Tin Tag smoking tobacco
I" eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillurd'8 NIckle Nuggeti and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmcyer's at fac
SCHOOL TkTSTKK ELECTION,
There will beau election for on Hetiool Trut
at the Arab Engine liouxe, on Saturday, April
is,'.), i-u nui'ii hi ill n c ih:k a m.
JOHN M. LANSDEN', Towu Treasurer
Ol'TICECAIKO AND VINCENNES ItAILIiOAI).
Caiiio, III., April 9, 1BT9.
WANxmi-PropoKiiln for furulhlii 350,000 ko.
merchantable red brlek'. to be delivered on bloek
17, city ol Calm. Delivery to commence thirty dv
from dute hereof aud all to lie delivered within "lit
day! tuerealter. ItOjjWELL MILLEU.
CAIKO AND VINCENNES HAILKOAD.
Caiiio, III., April . HTi.
Wantid Proposal In writing for taking loa
the nooden buildini; known an Uallurd warehntiit'-,
ou block IT, and plleliiK the lumber ou block IS. op
pohiti; t Hereto: or lor the purchaoe of aid buildiug
the purchaxer to remove it and eiitirt-lv clear the
ground of material aud rubbinli wllliln fifteen tl:
Cottage on Tenth Ktreet, No. V). PotaeMio
irlveu April lt Hood clm rn and out hoiiarnnu
the preuilHef. Apply next door, number SJ, TeL-h
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jm'KAXCE AGENCY OF
Wells & Kekth,
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ItlsKS Wl'.lTTKN AT KAIli KATEs.
OtIl- in A W-xonclep Count v H:mk
ALF.XANDKU COl'XTY BANK,
Coiuiiiemal Avenue and Fighth Street.
P. IlKOss. Present
P. NEKK. Vi. e Pn-i.tit.
II. WELI.s. i ;,.!il,.r
T.J. KEirill. Alt!.t lalii-;f.
V. Hr(. Cairo;
Peter Ni-ff, ('.tiru;
C. M iMterloh,
K. Under. Cairo;
Wl'lUm K!'i-.'. Cairo;
William VVuif. l ain,
K. I. Hilllnaiiey. St. Ixi:tU;
J. Y. Cleiuvu, C.ili-duu a.
4 (JENEItAI. rSANKINC IH SINKsS DONE.
it cuanjc rolit and bouirht.
Interest ni.l m t'.
SaiuL' Department. ollei-tinn made ar.d a 1
huinr promptly attended to.
JNTLBPP.ISE SAVINUS BANK,
Chartered Man-h 31, I3GJ.
OFFICE IX CITY NATIONAL BANK,
INTEREST paid i,n d'-po!t March tut and Sep
t'-mber let. Iiitcret nut w!thdrau ij-lt-d in
mediately t the prim ipal of the deputita. taereb)
(,'iriu? them compound lutcret.
tyi'lilldren and married women may deposit
IU01117 and no one di ran draw it.
WALTER HYSLOP, Tueascrbk.
rpiE CITY NATIONAL I1ANK,
CAPITA Ii, 8100,000'
W. P. HALLIDAY, l're.ldent.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vlce-Preideat.
WALTEK HYSLOP, tinnier.
. UTAATS TAVJ OR. W. p. HAIJ.IOAT.
UKSUV I.. IIALLIUAV, M. H. CI NNINUHAM.
U. II. WUXIAUSuN, HTRFIU.N HIKD,
H. U. CANUKI.
Exchange, Coin anil United States Bonds
BOUCiUT AND SOLD.
Deposit received and a c-m-ral hanklno hnain
Dry Goods and Clothing,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
Commercial Avenue, 1
Comer Eighth mreet 1