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gTOVES! STOVES!! 1
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Also Manufacturer of and Dealer la '
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE.
tfxlL KWPS OF JOB WORK BONI TO OnDKFCl
NO. 27, EKiHTH STREET,
7fl OHIO LEVEE.
No dirt or du.t by measures helu exposed to air.
. Milk delivered twice a day,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try it aud see for yoirselve.
30 PINT TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
' Cash on delivery of tickets.
3 D. WILLIAMSON,
70 Ohio Levee.
Boat Stores anil Groceries,
Of all kinds.
OPEN NIOIIT ANIi DAY.
Fresh Dairy and (lilt Edge Butter, Oysters and all
kinds of fruit when Id season, on hand anil di'llv
rcd promptly at residences free. Oysters delivered
, , 60 W. Second St,
Forolun and Domestic dried and canned Fruits and
" Vegetables, funned, dried and salt Fish. Pick
lea, Sauces, Oils and Condiments. Soup
tuffs, Baking Powders, ground and
, , . whole Spices. Toilet and Laundry
i Soaps. Meeds, Jollies, Preserves
Fancy Groceries and Oro
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6XNDF0R0US "GROCERS' MANUEL.
TJIiy. IUIIY-.;Amo BULLETIN? WEDNESDAY , CORNING, OCTOBER
These are tie memories' of tl
rr t : ' i i:
come over biin in his ialituittvTTN
dcsi of i ipirit, ilio memories
time, which was a Chri8tma ' '
face of tho fair being he b IN C,R0' a'
be still loves he fools, wit'1-
or ins soui, seems to lor
every bush that grows ? ander COUNTY.
voico seems to call VB-r :,--',"
Homo and friends m Southern IllinoU.
Chrfstmai t6 h atttt rTTTW nTrTV
In tho bit'iVU V LM.J X IAAU VUAi
aloud, "I y
friends, sets assorted card board, just re-
thyft The Bulletin office.
f-300 quires colored and 1,000 quires
Jlliite poster paper, just received, at Tim
Harry Schultzc being a father, consti
tutes bur friend Andrew Lohr a grand
80,000 Envelopes, GxC.XX, assorted
colors, just received at Tna Bulletin
There was a lengthy and interesting
meeting of the members of the Central
archery club last night. It was well at
tended. 20 reams of flat paper for note, letter,
statement and bill heads, just received, at
The BuIxetin office, white, blue and yel
A short forco In tho composing room
and a heavy take of solid matter, yesterday
served to visibly curtail our local matter,
The "Faultiest" the best 5 cent cigar
in the city. cmoKen uy every uuuj uu
sold by F. Korsmeyer, wholesale tobneco-
nist, Sixth street, near Levee.
To Mothers: Should the baby be suf
fering witli any of the disorders of baby
hood use Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup at once for
the trouble. Price 25 cents.
To visit the Illinois Central yard, at
this time, is to make one feel that the vast
ness of tho business of that road is utterly
incomprehensible. It is refreshing to grap
ple with it, however.
Two drunks constituted the criminal
business disposed by Squire Robinson, yes
terday. They were fined l and costs
each. One paid; the other will stay with
Andy a few days.
Under the levy of the 27 cents, just
imposed upon every $100 worth of taxable
property in the State, Alexander county
will pay into the State treasury about f 5,000
the lightest State tax paid by our people
in twenty years.
Tom, Dick and Harry are now appear
ing with their Grandfather's recipes for
Coughs, etc. and seeking a fortune through
advertising, but tho peoplo know the value
of Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup and will take ao
other. Price, 25 cents & bottle.
Mr. Mose Foss is still considerably dis
abled from his mishap ot Saturday last.
While working on Hartnmn's building, he
lostis footing upon the ladder upon which
10 was standing, and fell a distance of
about seven feet, dislocating his shoulder.
Mr. John Holmes informed us, yester
day, that his ailment is chargeable to a dis
eased spleen that his lungs are not in
volved. If this bo true his case is by no
means a hopeless one. He retains all his,
wonted mental vigor, but he is sadly ema
That persistent, unabatablo nuisance,
the barge Perry Thorpe, is sending out its
otrensive and unhealthy effluvia again. Mr.
Sam Wilson says he has a full week's sick
ness to charge up to that account, to say
nothing ot the dire and never-censing of
fence to his olfactories.
Tho October drawing of the Louisana
lottery took place, yesterday. The report
that ticket 31,107 held by a Cairo gentleman
had drawn $5,000 could be traced to no
reliable source. As the institution requires
$2 in hand for every $1 given Ait in prizes,
$5,000 prizes are not uiven out very numer
ously. If the city can be coaxed or scolded
into the construction of fifty feet of new
sidewalk in front of the Arab engine house
and the saddler's shop above, that side of
Commervial avenue will bo the best side
walked section of the city. It would pay
the business men there to make the im
provement at their own expense.
One of our merchants informed us yes
terday that the chief reason he did not re
sort to poster advertising was because the
boys of the city destroy all manner of no
tices as fast as they are stuck up, and thus
render attempts to get "the fucts before the
peoplo" in that way, abortive. As many other
business men are influenced by the sumo
consideration, the boys' vandalism strikes
directly at tho pockets of the printer.
We do not wisli to bo understood as
intimating that tho government work on
tho river bank at this place has not been
economically managed; but wo can't dispel
tho idea that all such work could bo per
formed at a much loss cost, if let out to tho
lowest and best bidders, the government re
taining a supervisory control. About two
and threo-quartrr miles of the bank have
been secured against further encroachments
of tho rver; but, very unfortunately, tho
work lis been suspended for tho want of
A gentleman who lives west of Wnsh-
Ington avenue, below Sixth streut, fully
ag-recs wun our statement that It is not en
tirely safe for cither citizen or stranger to
travel tho streets, after ten o'clock at night,
anywhoro in the vicinity of Fourth or Fifth
nd Commercial. Late' Monday night he,
Mmsolf, was accosted by thren negro men
who asked tn bo Informed tho time of night
That this citizen did not, then and there
Ioso a valuable gold watch and chain,
worth $150 or more, is duo, as ho verily be
lieves, to tho fact that ho didn't have any.
A fino milch cow belonging to a resi
dent of the Fourth ward, was caught in ono
of the cornfields on tho outskirts of the city,
Monday afternoon, and doggod, as wo are
told, to blindness.' jWhen found she was
reeling and tumbling about like a drunken
man; but not until she had trotted square
into the side of a house, was it noticed that
she was blind. Only a few days before this
anotlier valuable cow was dogged to ex
haustion, and died. We give these stories
just as we received them. If they are true,
responsibility ought to attach somewhere.
A young lady living on the extreme
western part of tho city, was severely bitten
by her father's dog, the other evening tho
ferocious bruto actually tearing a mouthful
of flesh from the calf of ono of her legs.
Ordinarily tho dog was kept chained; but
on tho evening in question when the young
lady returned home from her work, sho
found him loose. Having no fears of an
attack, sho opened the gate to pass in. At
that instant the vicious bruto seized her,
with tho result stated. The young lady Is
still confined to her room because ot her in
juries. The dog was killed.
A white woman who sports a sooty son
nf frion an "her m.m." Kfcaiiie ancrorod at I
or jealous ot a coloredwoman, late Monday
night, and tried to "scare her" with a pis
tol. The weapon was knocked upward at
the instant the trigger was pulled and the
charge passed over tho colored woman's
head. As the facts necessary to make out a
case under the statute could not le proven,
tho woman was prosecuted under the ordi
nances, and fined $10 for shooting off fire'
arms within the corporate limits. The af
fair occurred on Washington avenue near
Fourth street. Subsequently the same wo
man was fined $5 and costs, for using of
fensive and profane language the total
amount being $20.45. The cases were tried
before Squire Comings.
THE COUNCIL LAST SIGHT.'
Seven members of the council answered
to roll call, last night, and proceeded at
ouce to a disposition of the business laid
over, under the rule, from last meeting.
This business embodied the allowances of
a great number of claims against the city,
etc. The Board of Health submitted a
lengthy report, reciting how it had man
aged on sanitary affairs sincAr the advent of
the fever in Memphis, and closing with
some very sensible suggestions that should
have been referred to the prayerful attention
of the Ordinance committee. One of these
suggestions was to the affect that a decent
regn.nl for the cleanliness of the
city should not be confined to the
summer months, or ' the heated
spell alone, but should be extended
to the early spring and winter, as
well. Another recommendation touched
the subject of drainage ; and a third alluded
at length to the manner in which privy
vaults should be constructed. The whole
"science" of sanitation, in so far as Cairo is
concerned, is covered by these three sug
gestions. Alderman Linegar reported that the Su
preme court had affirmed the right of the
city to collect 2 per cent, of the gross pre
mium receipts of insurance companies rep
resented by Mr. Hughes, and that, as the
suits against the other agencies stood upon
the samo footing, a like decision was inevit
able. The clerk was authorized to procure, and
put up, at either end of Cache bridge, a 9ign
board, warning travelers of the penalties
denounced against fast driving.
It was expected that the ordinance com
mittee would report an ordinance repeal
ing the Sunday liquor ordinance; but as
the council was not full tho committee con
cluded to defer tlieir report until next
The council then adjourned.
For the Cairo Bulletin.
OUR NEAR NEIGHBORS.
A GOSSIPY LETTER FItOM METROPOLIS THE
HOYS AND (1IUL8 THERE, AND TIIKIlt
AMUSEMENTS CAIRO'S BAD Ml'HIC DURrt
LAHIEtt, HWtNDLINU DEVICES AND HOUSE
R ACt NO,
Metropolis, Oct. l!th.
' Metropolis is one ot the pleasantes't little
towns on the Ohio river. The peoplo aro
eminently sociable, and much rjiven to par
ties, sociables, entertainments and fun
erals. They nctually seem to have a pas
sion for attending funerals, and as it is a
humane, sympathetic feeling that is at tho
bottom of it, I shall not say that it is not to
I attended a party here Friday night, and
met two or three ' gentlemen And one lady
from Cairo. ' They seemed perfectly at homo
and enjoyed themselves hugely. The hall
was crowded to discomfort. The musie was
very fine much better than is discoursed
by tho best of your Cairo bands. And
right hero let mo ask why is it that Cairo
with her great multitude of ball going and
pleasure seeking people, is so deficient in
cotillion music? There is scarcely a stern
wheel boat running the river that is not able
to "cobble up" from among its cooks and
cabin boys, a better cotillion band than oan
be found in Cairo.
But ns I was saying, tho hall was very
full. Here, , as elsewhere, tho ladiei
predominated. Singlo gentlemen would
enter tho hall ' sandwiched by
three and four ladies. And riirht hero I will
, V, too, that Metropolis has an abundant,
growth of vc"rflMdsonie marriagablo girta.
As a usual tiling they dress well and In
good taste, Tho young men are "so, ao."
Of courso, here as elsewhere, tho ball room
is always honored by the smart young man,
who says Immonscly funny things, at which
ho himself laughs very heartily. I heard
him repeat as often as eight or nine times
that "this is the hottest evening of the win
ter," and, bo it said to the eternal discredit
of the Metropolis girls, somo of 'em laughed
at it. And wearing a bottonhole boquct on
cither lappel of his coat that ho might
"smell 'cm with both of lis noses," ho con
sidered perfectly excruciating and it was.
Had this follow parted his hair in the mid
dle, I should have beguiled him to the
wharf-boat ami drowned him, and thereby
havo won the blessings of every sensible man
and woman in Metropolis. But, taken, all
in all, Metropolis young men and Metrop
olis young women are much the same as
elsewhere, and I am not at all sorry I
stopped over a couple of days, and
"mingled" with 'em.
Nearly all tho Ohio river towns below
the falls are running, over with
burglars. Robberies aud house
breakings are of almost nightly occur
rence. In this little burg two bold burg
laries have been effected within the past
three or four days. One man had $85 sto
len from under tho pillow upon which he
was sleeping; and it served him right. Any
man, in this age of the world who places
his valuables where the thief or burglar is
certain to look.for them, first dash, deserves
to lose 'em. The next night Mr. Bruner's
house was entered. A gold chain, and two
pocket books, well lined with greenbacks,
were stolen, and all that's left for Mr. B.
to do is to wonder who did it.
The fair has drawn together the usual
number of chuck-a-luck establishments,
thieves and vagabonds. Traps, toils and
devices for beating the unsuspecting out of
tlieir money, are numerous, and are oper
ated with a boldness that reflects severely
upon tho fair management. But, it is
urged, if such folks and their business aro
tabooed, there would be no money where
with to pay the premiums. Indeed! Then,
for one, I say, close the gates, and let the
thing die out.
The horse racing was tolerable. In the
mile' dash, two best in three,
Saturday, for a purse of , $40,
there were three starters. One
of the animals was such aa utter failure
that he was not entered for the second heat.
The winning animal was brought from
Elizabethtown by Dr. Moore. His time
was 50 and 57 seconds. The owner was so
much elated with his success that he will
enter his animal against the 53 and 55 sec
ond horses, that will be brought to the
Paducah fair on Thursday, and of course,
lose all the money he can scrape together.
I shall stop over in Paducah for a day of
quiet, rest and sleep; and will, if I can find
any writing materials there, write you of
what I may have heard, seen and realized.
Just received and kept constantly on hand,
Faust's celebrated Diamond Brand, at 30
Ohio Levee, next to Planters' House.
Oysters served at all hours, day or night.
Geo. O'Hara has just received a new
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
tures kidney diseases of all kinds. Price
only one dollar.
Beautiful Base Burners, the Argand and
Garland ; for beauty and excellence they are
unsurpassed. Also the famous Charter
Oak cook stove, and all ' kinds of coal or
wood heating and cook stoves, the largest
stock ever brought to this market at
C. W. Henderson's
Commercial avenue, corner Twelfth St.
Anti-Beli.um Fiut'EH-At the barber
shop of J. Geo. Steinhouse, Eighth' street,
near Alexander County Bank. Customers
will find a clean, cool shop, easy chairs, all
the late papers, clean towels, keen razors,
accommodating, skilled workmen, and sat
isfactory work. Trices: Shaving. 10
cents; Hair-cut, 25 cents; Shampooing,
25 cents. Giv; him a call.
From the Rock port, Ind., Banner: There
is no medicine in the world which has
gained such fame as St. Jacob's Oil ; this is,
however, not in the l?ast astonishing, when
we consider its truly wonderful curative
powers. Mr. F. Rodenberg, of Graudview,
called ot our office last week aud related
tho following circumstance: I suffered
with Rheumatism for over six years; con
sulted many physicians and tried hundreds
of remedies, but without avail. Having
seen St. Jacob's Oil advertised in your pa
per, ami heard of somo most astonishing
cures, I sent to Rockport tor a bottle of the
Oil, and used it according to directions.
The relief I felt was almost "electric." I
got better at once, and now there is not a
trace of RhcumatiBin left in my body,
Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy To
bacco. IRON WORKS.
T70UNDRY, MACHINE SHOP AND
Vulcan Iron Works
9.1 OHIO LEVEE. CAIRO, III.
John T. Hennie,
HAVIXO established bis works at the above men
tinned Place is bett.ir prepared than over rr
manufacturing Steam Knglnns and Mill Machinery,
Having a Steam Hammer and ample 1 s, the
manufacture of all kinds of Machinery, Railroad,
8t.mmb.J it and Bridge Forglngs made a neclulty.
Especial attention given to repairs of M "Ines and
BrtMCa'stlngs of all klndn made to ordei
Pipe F Ming la all it branches.
SMALL ADTEBTISKMENTI).- "
ALL ADVKHTISEIhekts in wis column, of
Ave lines each or less will be published for as
cents every insertion; 1 month, 1.90; 3 months with
out change, $1.00 per month. Each additional
fine, 5 cents. Situations wanted free.
HOUSE FOR SALE.
Cottsae lfix!W. sound timbers, easy to mov.
Want the lot vacated, Enquire at Till Bi-llitin
Adwollinir. five rooms and kiv-hen. Twentieth
street, near court house. Enquire at H. Minn's
For Sali Separately or together, a set of single
harness, a new, buggy cushion and a hug:
Apply at Bulletin bindery.
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE ARC'HEPYGOODS
Bows. Afrows, Targets, Shooting (Moves, etc., at
C. W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial avoive, cor-
Fine steel eugravlugs, for salo Cannot be
bought of the publishers for less than $15.00 each.
Will be sold singly for $10.00 etcb. or the four for
$40.00. Enquire atTua Rn.is.TiN bindery.
Own aim and Durchaxers of Real Estate in Cairo
should he sure they have a good title. I am now
prepared to iurniinai)stracis at rt-asonsnie rare.
Office in Court House.
Saturday Evening, October 18
ONE NIGHT ONLY!
The Inimitable American Prima Donna Commc
Supported by the Exemjlary
Oates English Comic
WITn FULL CHORUS AND ORCHESTRA.
M I i. CHAM. W. D I i : V.
The Popular Umitone,
M II. AGl'iJTL'S HAI.L
SAM. T. JACK.
Saturday Evening, October IB
be produced fjr the first time in Cairo. Sail
vu s gn'ii sticrf:
II. M. S. PINAFORE!
(n-neral almlin. 71 ei-n's; Ri-rved seats, t
The sale of reserved S'-it will commence on
Tueiiay. October !ttli, 0 a. m.. at Hartman's
CHAS. MELVILLE. tienera! Agent.
Dealer in Fresh Meat
Between "NVashinitoa and Com
mereiiU Av., aJioinirifc Hannya
fKltPH fnV ss!e the hpt Ref Pnrlf. Mutton. Vea
'a. Lamb. Ssutag'i, Ac . and Is prepared to serve
lamiiies in an acceptable nutLour.
ROOTS AM) SIIOE.V
BOOTS AND SHOES
Made to Order-
FltOM TU3 BUST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
nsRi.'i)'jlrlijg done with neatness snd dopatch
SHO?: Washington Avenue, N. K. Corner
ON THE FIFTEENTH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT
EDWARD A. RUDER
Will remove to
now store, on
NEST DOOR TO SC'IiUH'S NEW DRUG STORE
Hi! will onon with the flni st stock of Jowelrv
Silverware, etc., lu thesUtu, and liavlua more rnom
than lu his present uuarturs, he ill keep ou hand
.aurge stock of the dlflvrent grades of
and other Musical Instruments and merchandise
Ilu will nlwiivs have lu the store a ciiuiible aud nt
liable tuner and teacher, and will cater especially
tuthe musical public. Those cotiti'mplet lug pur
chasing pianos or organs, would (In well to wait
aud luspeci uis storK -i. a. ui. un.ii,
Eighth street and Washington Ave.
KstahlMilM lu IS'U.
An Immense stock of Forest Trees and Ever
green Seedltigs, Shrubs, Fruit Trees, and Small
Fruits, that will be sold cheaper afltl, packed better
than at any otluir place ou the American, continent
AddrM, , J. O, P1WKKY, ,
. ' .(.-y ' Sturgeon Buy, WU. ;
HUTUAIj AID SOCIETY.
JjJUREKA! EUREKA I ,
A SUBSTITUTE TTOR. T.TFF. INSTJE.
WIDOWS' & ORPHANS'-
Mutual Aid Society,
Organized Jnly nth, 1877, Under the Laws of
the State of Illinois. Copyrighted July
. 9, 1877, under Artof Congress.
WILLIAM BTRATTON, Pbsid'mt,
Mbs. P. A. TAYLOR. - - Vics PaasiMHt.
J. A.GOLDSTINB, - - Tbhsoiuh.
Db. 3. J. GORDON, . Mid. Advisor.
THOMAS LEWIS. Sichitart.
doaro or managers:
J. J. GORDON. Physician - Cairo, Ilia
Mf s. P. A. TAYLOR, Superintendent '
Schools, Alexander County "
J. A. tiOLDSTlNE. ol OuidUne 4 Ro
senwater, Wiulesule and Retail Dealers
In Staple sn4 Fancy Dry Goods " "
N. B. TUISTLEWOOD. of Hinkle A
Thlstlowood. Commission Merchants,
Cotton and Tobacco Factors. " "
3. D. AYEkS, of Ayers 4 Co., Commis
sion Merchint " "
THOMA4 LEWIS, Insurance Manager
and Attorenr at Law " "
WM. STUATTON.of Blratlon A Bird.
Wholesale Grocers " "
GEO. M. ALDEN. Commission Mer
chant, 7S Ohio Levee " "
JAS h. KKARDEN. Agent Mississippi
Valley Trnsportttoiil.'ompany " "
CUAS. R. STL ART, Wholesale and lie
Mil Dry Goods and Notions ' "
EDWARD A. RI DER, Manufacturii g
Jeweler and Wtiolsale dealer lu
Watchmakers' Tools and Materials.... "
CHARLE LANCASTER. Lancaster Jt
rfice. Lumber dealers "
C O. PAT IE It. C. O. Patter & Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Merchants ' -
Rkv. B. Y. GKORtiE, I'ostnr Presbyte
rian chcrch - "
J.C WHITE. Insurance Agent ' "
G. W. McKRAKt, Postmaster " "
S. P. WHEELER. Attorney and Coun
selor at law " "
Mim LOUISA FISHBACK " "
OSCAR HAYTHORN. Wholesale and
Retail Boots. Shoes and Drv Goods.... " "
A.J. BIRD. Merchant and Steamboat
Proprietor " "
WILLIAM Kt.l OK.O. neral Mtrch'dise ' ',
P. U. SCUUU, Wholesale aud Retail
Dra;ztt " "
J. T. I'.EN'NIE. Foundry and Machinist. "
ALBERT LEWIS "
Mrs. L. A. HOWARD. Boarding House. "
W. F. PITCHER, Insurance Agent..... " "
A. HALLEY. Dealer In Slovt-e, Tin and
Hnlviiro " "
E. W.GREEN. Green, Wood A Bennett " '
Millers " "
H. F PUTTER. EJitcr and Pllbli.her
Argus-Journal Mound City, 111,
Mrs. S. A. AYERS Villa Ridge, "
A. J. FRENCH. Farmer -...Bird Point, Mo
ItliPOKT OF the conditio:?
CITY NATIONAL HANK
st (a ro. la the H'.att of Illinois, at tac close of
OCTOBK.lt 5. lH7f.
I.u:i ind d;s."oints .. ' ..... wCULSO
L S. bonds to secure circula
I". . honitsno hand.... t.).00
Other to.k. bonds au 1 mort
gages -JU.9S4 M 4H.IWI.C4
Due frutn approved rewne
agents 4.1.871). W
Due from other national banks 516 i
Due from Mute 'nuks sail
Linker 7 W.f.
Real estate, furniture and fix
tures - 04.714.75
Current expenses and taxes
Premiums paid. .B7
( hecks and othercash Items , J.6M tl
Hills of other Rink-.. 21.11 w
Fractional currency, (Inclii.t-.
ing ulrkel") Ml. 15
ury certificates) 1.S77 10
Legal Tender note St.uuo.U0 4i.249.3B
Redemption fund with U. s.
Treasurer, (.1 percent, of cir
culation) ... S.frS.OO
Due from U. S. Treasurer,
other than 5 per ceut. Re
demption Fund .'1.3)0.00
C apital s'ock paid !n f w.nrw.on
.surplus Fund IP.Q0O.0U
Undivided Profits &M,7a4.:S0
Nntioual bank notes outstand
Iudlvldual deposits subject to
Demand rt-rtltlcatea of deposit, !t. t? S)
Due toother national b.i:ik. li.JOH.U
Due to State banks and
Hankers itt.Wi.tfl .WU-W 09
Stat'-of UlliioN. county of Alexander, ss.
I, W. P. Ifalllday. President of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the best of niv knowledge and belief,
W. P. IUlLIOaV, President,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this loth day
of October 1ST'., Jas. W. Stkwart. Notary Public.
O. D. Williamson, )
II. 11. Canukk. VDirectors.
II. L. Hai.i.idav, i
fJIIIE CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT, President. -
H. L. UALLIDAY. Vice-President.
WALTER I1YSLOP, Cashier.
S. TAAT TATLOR, W. P. HALLIDAT,
IIINHT L. HAUAIHr, R. H. OlrNNINOHAM,
A. O. WU.UAKSUN, STBTUIN BIRD,
Kickang-e, Colu and United Slates Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and a general banking buslnosi
Conducted, " '