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bee. borrow, buy nor tea1 it. but you can obtain ll
by uinir Neller'a Liver PIIU. They tour up the
tomato and kfp lti' bowel Id kooA order pro
due a BMltby action In the liver, promote dii'
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The most miwMful grave robber of Iho dny l
DH. LINDI.KV. By moani of hiN Blood Searcher
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of Scrofula. ConaumpUon. Uliemntlom, Mercurial
dinraiie, Cancernua Formations, Tumorn. r.ripe.
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Ity. The blood la thr life, and l)r. Llodaey a Mood
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Hampden, Ohio, aava: "Cleveland phynciana
declared my wife dying of ronnutnpllnn. Ity the
uae of Ur. Liiidy' Mood Searcher ho waa re
stored to health." J. K. llrooka, Paluei-vi le. Ohio.
ay: "My ion waa afflicted with acroftila of the
womt Ibrm, and pronounced Incurable by evoral
thyrlctana. Uialife waa naved by the one ol Or.
ludaey'a Mood Searcher." A Tumor growing on
my head waa eomplotely cured by the iiae of Ur.
lndley'i Blood Searcher. S. Saner. IMttahurh.
Bolli. Mmplen on the face, salt Kheuin. ( Id
Sorea. and all I'ntaueoim Eruption disappear 1 ke
mai'lc when the Mood Searcher i uw:d. See thut
our name la oil tlm bottom of the wrapper, ror
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PROFESSION AIi f ARrtH-PrlYSICIAXS.
II. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICK: Eighth aud Washington Avenue.
RKSIDBNCK: Corner Siueteentn and Waeli
to gton .
H. MARKAN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
nrlcfl l.'tfi Commercial avenue. Residence corner
Fourteenth St. and Warhlugtou avenue. Cairo.
ll SMITH. M. I).
OflW-e Mini Residence:
SO. SI THIRTEKXTH STRKET, CAIRO. ILL.
jyi. K. W. WIUTLOCK,
Orncn-So. VtC Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Sinlh fttreeu
W. C. JOCELYK,
OFFICK- Kiulitk Street, near Commercial Avenue
J INEOAlt & LANSDEN,
OFFICE No. 11S Commercial Avenue.
JAIK0 CITY FERRY CO.
THREE IfczSU STATES.
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GKNKRAL DELIVERS open .::) a.m.,' clo-r-i:
l p. is. ; Sunday : 8 to a. m.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; clowi
at 5 p. in. '
Through Exprew Maile via Illinois Central and
HiKiKxippI Central Railroad close at V-l.'H p. in.
Cairo and Poplar Muff Through ami Way Mail
clomw at 12:.10 n. m.
War Mail via Illlnoln Central, Cairo and Yin-
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COI NTY
Only MornlRff Daily in Soutliern Illinois.
Siunai. Orru r. i
Cairo, 111., April 10,
Time. Bar. Ther. Ham Wild. Yel. Weather.
:4fi a id
I -00 p.m
18 l.t Rain
SI l.t Itala
17 l.t lUlu
II l.t Raiu
Maximum Teinperatare. 480; Miulmum Tepi"
perature, 4'; Kalufall, 0 74 Inch.
Serf 't Signal t'oiua, U. S. A.
Bust time at the Riuk to-night.
Of all tUo day of the month, ywtterUtiy
ia tlko wettest, gloomiest and nasticat.
Mr. rottitgivea his la-st reception on
Ked the notice in the new ailvert'winj;
columuof luruiture for sale and Prof.
Hardy's dancing class.
-Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Puce, of Ashley,
- . t .a
nere ounng uie past week on a visit to
their daughter, Mrs. Al Lewis, returned
home, Tuesday evening.
-The river fell two inches, yesterday.
leaving a channel of thirty-one feet two
inches, which Is a very abundant stage,
though twenty feet below high water.
Hon. Jolin a. Uberly, who arrived in
Cairo Manila afternoon, was summoned t
Chicago, yesterday, and It-It by the after
noon train, in answer to the summons.
A little dash of excitement waa created
last evening, by the report that the ligurca
of the election, as publUhrd, were crrone
ous, and that tli fTlclal canvaM would
elect Xott, clerk. The ground work uin
which this structure wus eructed waa soon
shown to be faulty, aud down went the
hopes of Africa.
We hear it intimated in different quar
ters that the "artiht tailor" did not make a
"good ready" before leaving the city. We
don't know; we merely give voice to ru
mor. Mr. J. W. Rowley the clever old
Knglish gentleman who kept "Sharp Corn
ers" before Adolph Swoboda's time, was in
the city yesterday. He now resides in Pu
laski. P. U. Groat, general passenger agent of
the Kansas Pacific railway, sends us, with
his compliments, a copy of the Colorado
Tourist, one of the mont elegantly illustrat
ed publications that wa9 ever issued from
the American press.
Election officers who close up the
avenues by which newspaper men usually
obtain information, and thus keep back
intelligence that belongs to the public,
should never be mudy election officers a
Becond time. The public is interested in
keeping men of that kind out of such jo
sltions. The majority obtained by Mr. Thistle-
wood over Mr. Winter was eighty-one votes,
and not one hundred and one votes, as re
ported yesterday. Even this result is
founded, in a measure, upon unofficial re
ports, and may be changed, somewhat, by
the official count, which will be made in a
Lon Daniels, late of the Argus, will
visit Charleston, Mo., sooh, ou a mission of
slaughter. In other words, he proposes
to open a skating rink in that thrifty little
village, and give all the young people of
that locality a chance to break their necks.
It should be understood however, that the
process is productive of an immense
amount of fun.
Mrs. Katy 15ice complained before
Squire Comings, yesterday, that Willie
Black had greatly annoyed her in this, that
he had thrown missiles from a sling and
wounded her chickens, and, using a shot
gun, had tired upon aud killed her pigeons
These facts being sworn to. a warrant was
issued for Willie, and the trial will proba
bly come off to-day. -
Eliza Planner, a colored woman, living
on Fifteenth street, became much angered
ut one William Schute. yesterday, and
gave hint a verbal ea-tigntion that cut Wil
liam t his conscience's quick. He in
voked the wrath of the law, as adminis
tered by Squire Oslmrn. upon Eliza's head,
and the warrunt went cut, yesterday, tor
her arrest. The trial will come offto-ilay.
A number of persons het on Mr. This
tlcwooil's election, giving ? majority. As
the rejtorted majority is only 81 the losers
are rampant for a contest of the election.
They assume it would be quite an easy
matter to reduce the majority 20 or U0 votes;
and it would be. if the reducing game
should be left entirely to one party to the
contest; but it is one of those games at
which both parties can play.
There was much talk yesterday, and
the evening previous, about "contesting the
election." But nothiug will come of it. Can
didates whose election is contested have
a habit of making detenee, and a change
of result i;-, therefore, a most difficult thing
to bring about. The olliees fur the posses
sion of which the conteMs are threatened, do
not pay enough, either in money or glory,
to justify a single day's litigation.
Sarah Williams, a colored rip, who is
no stranger in police circles, was drunk
Tuesday, and made the welkin ring with
shouts for Writer aud then for Thistlewixid,
as the crowd or occasion seemed to suggest.
She was arrested, calaboosed for the night,'
and was brought before Judge Bird, yester
day, fur a hearing. The case being an ag
gravated one, Saralt was sent over for
fourteen days in default of payment of $13.
Charles Stokes was not drunk when he
appeared before Judge Bird yesterday, for
the reason that he had spent the night in
the calaboose. P.ut he had been drunk
was very drunk the day before; but being a
harmless creature his offending was ap
praised at $2 and costs of proceedings.
Not having the money to cancel the obliga
tion thus imposed upon him, he wus com
pelled to substitute five days in the cooler.
By an oversight of the compositor,
excusable on account of the lateness of the
hour and the haste and confusion incident
to the occasion, the vote thrown for Mr.
Foley in the First Ward was omitted from
aur returns. His vote, as reported to us,
was as follewa: 1st ward 66; Second ward,
00; Thud ward 60; Fourth ward, 1.,
Fifth ward, llll TotaUOT. These figures
may be altered somewhat by the official
count, but not materially.
The member of the Democratic State
Central Committee for the l!)th Congress-
ionitldistricthas, withoutanyauthority to do
so, and in the abseucc of any necessity or
generally expressed desire for such a step,
issued a call for a convention to nominate a
candidate for the office of Supreme Judge.
Hie act is a gross assumption of authority
on liu part, and, in the lower counties of
of the district meets universal condemna
tion. There is but one candidate in the
field; he is a Democrat, confessedly one
of the ablest lawyers in the State, and
nowheru has there been any outcropping of
opposition to him, since the refusal of
Judge Wall to permit the use of his nnme
in connection with a candidacy for the
same ollice. No complications have arisen
or are likely to an that can
CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MORNINU, APRIL 17, 1879.
imperil the election of a Democrat, and as
no respectable influence anywhero in the
District has demanded a convention, thft
people can only stigmatize tho Issuance
of the call in question as an unwarranted
and presumptuous proceeding. Democrats
in.this portion of the District will wholly
disregard it, and we sincerely hope that
Democrats elsewhere will da the same
To-night is the last night of the skating
rink in Cairo, and of course everyliody will
go. The re-unions that Mr. Pettit has
brought about, in maintaining the skating
rink, have been pleasant and respectable.
Order has been preserved, our best people
have been patrons of the institution, and if
at any time in the futuro the rink ghnuhl
be re-opened, our people will be glad to
know that young pettit is connected with
The clamor over the result of the elec
tion in the vicinity of Sixth and Commer
cial, caused a hrse attached to a delivery
wagon to take on a big scare, that resulted
in a runaway, the demolition of a hitching
post in the route of the run, and in trilling
damages to the vehicle. The jolt the ani
mal received when it came in contact w ith
the post, seemed to make it forget its busi
ness. It stopped, tnd became perfectly do
cile on the instant.
After the term of office to which young
Hendricks lias been elected, expires, the
office of City Attorney should be abolished.
No end is achieved through the instrumen
tality of that office that could not be as
readily aud as successfully achieved with
out it. The city employs, at an expense of
$1,000 a year, a City Counsellor, and while
he is retained there is no earthly occasion
for a City Attorney. The delusion that the
C. A. attends to cases brought before the
P. M., was, long ago, exploded.
About midnight Tuesday uight. quite
a crowd of young men congregated, ami
with files and drums, serenaded the several
candidates. Alderman-elect, IIwley,came
out, thanked the boys, and handed 'cm
over five dollars with which to treat them
selves to the beer ami cigars. Mayor-elect
Thistlewood made his appearance in n.s
ponsc to calls, indulged in a few remarks
and passed around the cigars. Ed Dezonia,
the newly-elected Treasurer, did the sann
thing; und upon the whole the bovs had
quite a lively time of it.
The messengers dispatched by the The
Bn.i.KTix to the different voting places
Tuesday night. tc afforded all due facili
ties for obtaiuing the vote, except in the
Filth ward. Polite notes addressed to the
judges and clerks of that ward, asking
that our messenger b admitted to the
room w here the counting was in progress,
in order that he might obtain the result at
the earliest possible moment, were answer
ed by a coarse reply of: "You can't come in
here -you nor anybody eUe!" Assured
that our readers will form the proper esti
mate of such conduct, we lire spared the
necessity of stigmatizing it as it deserves to
Harper Magazine for May is on our
tabic a good number as usual. The lead
ing papers arc "A Peninsular Canaan." with
illustrations, "The Study of art in Boston:"
the continuation of Bergund Thai, and the
Piano and its antecedents," ail with illus
trations. The "Life ot Song" and "Sere
nade in the Tropics:" Ben Azini's Creed,
all good poems. ''Strattford upon Avon."
illustrated. "Lord Allen's Daughter" a
story. "Miss May" a story. "The con
tinuation of the Serial," "Young Mrs. Jar
dine" Editor's Easy Chair, Editor's Draw
er, etc., making it the most at
tractive monthly published. Harper's Ba
zar and Harper's Weekly are Kept fully up
to the established high standard of excel
lence. All for sale at the several uews
stands of the city.
Prof. S. S. Norton of New York, one of
the faculty of the "Wood: till 1C month's
Scientific Expedition round the World,"
passed through Cairo yesterday, on the
steamer Annie P. Silver, en route for New
York. The tine steamship General Werder
lias beeii purchased for this floating col
lege, which will sail from New York on
tli: 8th ot May next, with '.'00 students,
over 16 years of age, and 50 tourists, prof.
Norton left with us an illustrated and dis
cripiive paper containing all the facts rela
ting to this novel and interesting educa
tional venture around the world. Should
uny of our readers wish the pamphlet and
other printed matter connected with this
expedition, they can obtain them by ad
dressing Arthur B, Proal, Business Man
ager Woodruff Expedition, St. Nicholas
Hotel, N. Y.
While Judge Bird was yet in Wash
ington it was announced that his hostility
towurd postmaster MeKeaig had been cooled
down by the offer of an appointment to a
route ngency on the Chicago, Burlington
and Quincy railroad. This report waa dis
credited by Tiik Bulletin and by ttj
Judge Bird's friends. Now that the Judge
has returned, we can speak authoritatively
respecting the matter. That the Judge was
tendered positions of "honor ami profit" is
undeniable; but he declined, ami thereby
vindicated his manhood which hm )(!CQ
impeached before he left this city, by the
much-mouthed declaration thut he wuulJ
be "bought off" as goon as he reached
Washington. But, the reader anxiously
inquires, what did Judge B, (j0j
Ho did this: He secured an in
terview with the president; laid )(.fre
that dignitary the grievance of
the Itepublican party of the k:,.
tcenth Congressional district, and mad.
such an impression upon his mind that ).
called Judge Bird to a second Interview-
naming the timo himself. Just what
passed miriug that interview, we are not
prepared to say. We only know that Judge
Bird seems to lie well satisfied with tho re
sult thut flc is strongly impressed with the
idea that tho president will consider the
claims of the Republican party Its unity
and harmony, as paramount to tho claims of
any individual, and that, as a consequence,
Col. MeKeuig is, ultimately, bound to "step
lown and out."
We publish to-day Judge Browning's
announcement. He is a candidate for the
office ot Circuit Judge, and avows his will
ingness to submit his claims to the arbitra
ment of the Democratic convention that
meets in this city on the Oth day ol May.
Xo gentlemen who has offered himself as
a candidate for the position named has re
ceived a better indorsement than Judge
Browning. The press of the district has
endorsed him as capable, upright and hon
esta gentleman of unexceptionable char
acter, and of great personal popularity.
Judge B. is, comoarativelv speaking, a
stranger to us, but, as such, he certaiuly
commends himself us a gentleman of most
excellent parts-genial, a true Democrat
and a good man.
One of the defeated candidates has
lost all faith in human nature. Over six
hundred citizens solemnly promised to
support him for the oflice for which he
ran. and less than 200 made their promises
good. Another candidate was defeated
because he was traded off. He lost more
votes thau he received by the trading pro
cess. Another candidate claimed that he w as
the victim of the concentrated hate of the
whisky elcmeiit.atid that people of that class
moved "heaven and earth" to defeat him.
And still another thought the temperance
people, through a misconception of bis tem
perance status, united against him, and to
that misunderstanding lie owes his defeat;
aad so all the way through, from the can
didate who received 100 votes to those who
came within three of election.
--The election is over, the officers who
are to serve the people during the next two
vears, have been designated, and will soon
enter upon a uisciiarge n tiuir unties.
The Bli.i.kti.n thought it wise to take no
part in the canvass. There were no pro
nounced questions involved--except the
general promise that the 'outs" would give
us a better city government than the "ins
had given us. Having recorded" this
promise, we shall can fully watch the pro
gn ssof iiff.iirs with the expe tati'n of no
ting aa effort to make it good. Tin. Bit-
i.ktix. as we have said, opoiwd the cau-
of neither side, and is, therefore, free to
criticise or commend, a occasion may seem
to require. This we propose to do. fear
lessly and freely placing responsibility
where it belongs, and according praise
where it has been earned.
Canvassing the result of the election,
yesterday, we find it full of .surprises. Dur
ing the day it seemed to be conceded that
Nott would be the clerk, but Nottis not the
clerk. Kittcnhou-' election in the Sec
ond ward, was regarded n a foregone con
elusion, and his friends would have wreck
ed their fortunes on such a result, had they
been driven t the extreme of betting. But
Kittenhonse was defeated. I.im gar did it
with his five men. In the Third ward
Colonel Wood's election was put down as
among the certainties up to the day of the
election. But Colonel Wood, like Kitten
bouse, was beaten by an aggravatinglr
small majority. The greatest surprises,
however, were those experienced by the
candidates themselves. Six of the eight
candidates for Clerk, and three of the five
for Treasurer, regarded their election as sure,
up to the close of the polls. Candidates
for whom less than 200 votes were polled,
would not have given ten dollars for their
commissien, signed, sealed and delivered
so confident were they that they would se
cure them without such an expenditure. To
all these men the result was a stunning
Hurpil.sc; and take the election as a whole,
its result was little less than a grand aggre
gation of surprises.
Scores of persons who read Tiik Bn.
1.ETIM every morning, can truthfully as
cribe their financial struils to the credit
system, that prevails ho generally in the
Western and Southern States. It is true,
as stated by one of our country exchanges,
that in almost every town and city in the
Mississippi valley, there are scores of bus
iness men in straightened circumstances
who have sufficient outstanding accounts to
put tliem on their feet in good shape if
they could only collect the amounts due
tliem. In many cases the merchant finds
after he has given credit for forty or fifty
dollars the debtor skips out, and he is com
pelled to make up that loss by increasing
tho margin on his sales. If our business
men would unite and gradually get down
to a cash basis, they could sell the same
amount of goods at reduced prices and
make more money in the end than they do
now. Few men indeed, can afl'ord to run a
large business year after year, giving credit
everywhere, without failing in the end. It
may nccm to some that it would be a hard
ship to farmers and others to be forced to
pay cash for everything, but we believe it
would be an actual benefit. Ready cash
will always ly lower figuro than the
best credit io the country, and ready cash
buy only such articles gg are ueccssary,
while free credit buys everything on
For T bo Ctlro Bulletin.
BT M11S. 8NOUS.
Well, Judge, we guess you are welcome
to the "charming compliments," at the
same time allow us to'say that we gave you
credit for possessing a moro extensive
knowledge than your last writing verifies.
You seem to think it absolutely neceBsary
to be personally acquainted with individ
uals in order to know any thing alniut
them. We had not that lionor(.J)in the
case referred to; however we gathered the
tacts which you quoted, from what we con
sider, good authority. Your statement in
regard to our "motive in shielding the of
ficers of the poor farm" is erroneous, as we
diil not know that they, or any one else had
committed an act'from which to be shielded
"With these remarks" we bid this most in
terestingf?) subject a long, a last, farewell
We have no desire to acquire notoriety
by "spatting" through the columns of a
newspaper. We think it .indecorous and
unlady-like; therefore we will, hereafter,
treat all contradictions and insinuations,
with silent contempt, and confine ourselves
exclusively to "items." We have not. and
do not expect to note anything whatever,
that we can not substantiate or "ive our
Mrs. Mattie Bracken, Misses Marv
Brown, Jennie Diichain, Mr. and Mrs
Jacob Christian aud Miss Lime Durham,
were among the number immersed ut
Brownsville on the 2.'l lilt.
The "Thebes Ileform Club" election re
suited in the follow ing named officers for
the present quarter: President, H. Pianert
Vice-Presidents, J. Hatcher, 11. Thoinpsou
and O. (i. Ford; Recording Secretary, Mr
Ida Pianert; Assistant Recording Secretary
Miss Laura Gray; Treasurer, Miss Josie
Stewart; Financial Secretary, S. Marchil
don; Steward, H.Culley; Marshals. j. P
Gamer und J. Haiun; Scurgeant at arms.
Rev. GilTord is holding u protracted
meeting in this plsce. We have not ascer
tained his succc.
.Mesrs. m. ami ii. t. lirown, a' compun
ied by Dr. Gibbs, have gone : St. I.oui
to purchase goods.
A barn on Wolf creek, property of Win
Iloimi-. containing about 10b bushe
of corn, was consumed by fir'- lat week.
e approve of "Old Trim's" display of
sound judgment in acccptingTiiE Bi ii.ktin
regardless of politiculor religious view.
A NEW CANDIDVTK
l or popular favor is the eleyant and un
approarhuhlc dc Joiuvillctcuif, t be foun
in Chi m only ut A. Marx's. It is u thin
of beauty and strictly stviish.
A. Hvii.kv, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware un reliant, invites attention to hi
large unit varieil stock (,f tinware, stoves
cutlery am! lancy goods. Hi cook ttoves
are among the Inti-t and best patterns and
tire not excelled s bakers bvanvthing in
the market; they an1 of the heaviest make
and will hi't longer ami iw h .s fuel thau
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object t call and examine, llrcech load
ing Shut-guns. Fishing Tackle etc.. and
everything else low to suit the times.
Loitu iju;rs Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Iuillard's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale ut F. Korsmeycr's at fac
Foil Finsr Class day board for $18.00
per month, go to the Planters House.
Ti;x Ckms Woiitii. -If you want a neat
smooth shuve for ten cents, or a fichionable
hair cut for 2o cents, or anything else in
the totisoriul line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS,
M. K. McCiimmon, of Metrovili, has
just ojwncd a first -class butcher shop at the
corner of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
market lor 8 centi per pound, C. O. D.
Pork, C.'j cents; bncoii. 8 cents; sntwage,
three (Hiunds for 25 cents. All are invited
to cull and give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
"Oil! WHAT A llAT!'
Put it aside then, und call on Marx,
the widely known Hatter and Clothier, mid
get one of his stylish Broadway Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. Ho is the only
man in the city who is supplKl with a
eonformitor. lie can take your measure,
and in short order supply you with u nicely
fitting, stylish hat, at a figure so low thut it
will Btirprise you.
Caul Pktkiih desires everybody to know
(and therefore has recourse to Tiik Hui.i.r
tin) that he is now supplying the Cairo
market with poultry fattened in his licncry,
and that everybody may be served bo hns
provided a delivery wagon that will make
o.my rounds oi tne city. He sell rgg un
questionably fresh, and the fattest, choicest
hens, dressed or undressed, ever sold in
the Cairo market, ami all at tho ruling
Envklom printed ut the Ramis office,
tt-00 per M. Knvelopn furnished St
bonis wholesale M price for the oextUO
Tho lnt torm of lh (iulitlt'incn's dnnclns Cl
will rommeiice to nlL'lit at the UHiial huur. Aojoim
(lculrlug- U'xnona furflie term Is luvltuii to itunil
Tho dHcllliiL' house oltimlt'd on lot 'ii, block !.
in Kornnil addition in ih. i ll v of ChIiii. frolilini! oa
Cedar trcft, near corner of YuaUi MreH, will
Fold on or tirt'ora hakurdar. thu lth day of April,
Three year' lcano of lot.
I'KTKK ADAMS, owner
HADLERY AND UAltSF.SM.
gADDLKRV AND IIARNKSS SHOP.
In Hie old l.uilwi: it Heerwart stand, ai-ar th"
Arab Engine Home.
18 prepared to do all kind" of work In bio Ire,
cheeuly, xiicdli loulv. anil In a thoronh work
niaullku manner, lie Invites palroniu-e aud uuar
autecu i-atli'fnrtlon In rviry particular.
IN. si It A.N OK.
INSURANCE AGENCY OF
AVklls & IvEiiTir,
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JUNKS WUITTEN AT KAIIt I'.ATEs.
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ALEXANDER COUNTY RANK,
('omiiierml Avenue and F.igbth Slicet,
K IIRIKS. IV.i.Wt.
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11 W KI.I.S. ( a.hirr.
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William Wolf, Ct;ro.
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hurluu promptly aiieiicled lo
j,NTERPRisi; SAVINGS I!ANh
( lurli red M;.rch III. I till.
OFFICK IX CITY NATIONAL RANK,
JNTEHKST paid on depoi.it. Marrh lot and ?-p
tember Nt. luterent not withdrawn l added iai
mediately l thf principal of the depoaita, thereby
i.-!riiX them compound iutero-l.
IWt'lillH'ren and married women may deposit
money and uoubp else can draw it.
WALTER IIYSLOP. Tueaslkkr.
rpHE CITY NATIONAL RANK,
8 1 00.000
W. p. HAI.MDAY. JVemdniit.
II I.. HA 1.1,1 HAV. Vice.l'reM.lmn.
WALTKK UYSLoP, Cashier.
. ST A AT" Till or. w. r. Ril.UUir.
UIISKV L. RALMIMY. H. tl. CI S1S0II,
(I. I). WU.UAJISON, OTII-IIKN K1KII.
M. II. CAN UK.
Kxi lianire, Coin ami United States Hond
WOICHT AND HUI.D.
lleponlls received aud a funifril hnukluj bisloriM
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND BETA I L,
The Largest Variety Stock
VS TIIK CITV ,
GOODS SOLD VKUY CLOSK
Cor. Nineteenth itrrel aud I
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