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PROFESSIONAL C ASPS-PHYSICIANS.
U. MAREAN, M. D., .
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Ii m,. un Commercial avenue, r Eosldenceeprner
onrtcfcntb i. ana " asmoiium """ y
)R. E. W. WniTLOCK,
OmcE N. 13f Commercial Avenuo, between
Bifcbtb and r win Buwia
JR. W. C. JOCELiIN,
OFFICE Eighth Struct, noar Commercial Avenue,
Notary rublic and Conveyancer.
OFFlCB:-With the Widows' and Oorpnane' Mu
sal Aid Society.
JINEGAR & LANSDEN,
OFFICE So. 118 Commercial Avenae.
CITY FERRY CO.
THREE izSil STATES.
On andafter Monday, June 10, the boat will make
tho following trips;
LIAVI LIAVIS LIAVBS
Foot Fourth at Missouri Land's., Kentucky Ld'g.
7 a. m. 7:W) a. m. " 8 a. m.
a-m. 9:30 a. m. 10 a.m.
11 a. m. 11 :) a. ni. M m.
2 p.m. i: p.m. 8 p.m.
4:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
4 a.m. 9:30 a. m. 10 a.m.
5 p.m. 3:30 p.m. 4 p. in.
OR METROPOLIS AND PADUCAII.
The Elegant Sldewbeel Passenger Steamer
Leaves Cairo ovory afternoon at 8 o'clock, for
Pailucab, Alotropoliii and wav lauding, (-or
freight orpassago apply to SOL. A. SILVER,
70 OniO- LEVEE.
No din or dust by measure hetuit exposed to air.
Milk delivered twice a da,
SEALED IN PINT BOTTLES.
Try It and see for yourselves.
30 PINT, TICKETS ONE DOLLAR!
Cach on delivery of tickets.
76 Ohio .Levee,
Boat Stores ami Groceries,
Of all kind.
OPEN NIGHT AND DAY.
Frch Dairy and Gilt Edge Butler, Oysters and nil
kinds of Inilt when tn seasou, on hand ami ilcllv
red promptly at roaldoucee free. Oysters delivered
BOOTS AND SHOES.
BOOTS AND SHOES
-Made td Order-
FHOM TUB BEST MATERIAL ON SHORT NO.
WORK, MATERIAL AND FIT GUAR
ANTEED. IVRrpidrlng done with neatness and despatch.
HlltiP: Wellington Areuuo, N. E. Corner
( O All tO. IIjIj.
Dealer in Fresh Meat.
V V ; , ; EIGHT STREET,
Dalwiwn 'Washington and Com
'. inorclal Ay, adjoining Jlitnnjr.
TKCPH for ltne beat Beef. Pork. Hatton. Veal
IV Lirnfe. . o and Is prepared to (err
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
ENTERED AT THE POST OFFICE IN CAIRO, Il
LINOIS, AH SECOND-CLASS HATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Mornin; Daily in Sonthern Illinois.
IN AND AROUND THE CITY.
Try our Choice Hams and Breakfast
Bacon. Pettis & Bird.
Tito new brick sidewalk in front of
Goldstine & Roscwatcr's (fives that block
about one hundred feet of continuous brick
sidewalk. t -
Chow-chow, Mixed Pickles and New
Goods in bulk at Pettis & Bird's.
The Cairo calaboose contains thirteen
inmates, five feranle and eight males. This
is the largest number that has been confined
in that institution at one time, during the
Mince Meat, Apple Butter, Peach But
ter and Jelly in Bulk at Pettis & Bird's.
The healthy growth of the baby is de
pendent upon its freedom from the perni
cious effects of opium. Dr. Bull's Baby
Syrup is the best remedy known for the
diseases of early childhood.
We are agents for the Old Frob. cigar,
the best smoke for 5 cents m town. Pet
tis & Bird.
The Lincoln Times says: "Hon. John
II. Oberly is looming up as the Democratic
candidate for governor in 1830, and it nom
inated, he will be elected; if elected, he
will r.iake fte best nnd most popular gov
ernor Illinois has had for years."
People will not be so very foolish that
they will allow . themselves to be deceived
with a new Cough Syrup when they have
experienced the value of Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup for many years. Price, 23 cents.
The auction sale of Mr. A. II. Irvin's
household furniture will take place at bis
residence, on Seventh street, to-moirow
morning, commencing at 10 o'clock. The
lot embraces the entire furnishing of the
house, and will, of course, be sold for what
it w ill bring. For details see the adver
Our choice Northern Butter, comes in
twice per week, and gives the best satisfac
tion. Pettis & Bird.
The Thirteenth street school-house has
been changed, by its coat of cream-colored
white paiut,from a very ordinary lookiug and
structure, to a neat showy and really hund-
somo building. The fences and steps, side
walks and all the surroundings have been
rebuilt and repaired, and the two or three
hundred dollars expended, were wisely
and judiciously applied.
Mr. F. Wilke, Lafayette, Ind., re
ports a case where a man suffered so badly
with Rheumatism that ho could not move.
His legs were swollen and he had the most
terrible pains. Twelve hours after the first
application of the St. Jacobs Oil the pains
were gone and the swelling had disappeared.
The Euds jetties plan, if adopted, is to
place Cairo on a hill, and thousands of
smokers, will be seen, where hundreds are
now, smoking the Faultless 5 cents cigar,
the best ever offurd to the public. Sold
only by F. Korsmeyer, Sixth, near Levee'
Exactly thirty passengers came on
board the Fisk, yesterday at Mound CUy.
The furo from that city to this is on'y fivo
cents. The citizens of Metropolis, 40 miles.
up the river, can board the boat, secure an
cxcelleut dinner on board and ride to Cuiro
for twenty-five cents. This cheap travel is
certainly a good thing for Cairo, but it cer
tainly must be' telling upon the finances of
the packet owners who maintain it.
Fifty cases Tomatoes, 50 cases Yar
mouth Corn, new goods bought before the
advance, und will be sold close. Pettis &
Affairs in and about the new quarters
of the Alexander county bank nro rapidly
assuming "ship shape," which expression
is supposed to convey nu idea of the highest
dcgre of order and neatness. Tito build
ing will be paintod, new sidewalks in front
and on Eighth street will bo put down, and
the "corner" rather uncomely of late, will"
become both useful and ornamental.
Messrs. Peter Gruiiden and Abraham
Panner, Mennonites from Odessa, Russia,
are in the city, stooping at tlio St. Charles
They nro visiting this portion of the United
States with the view of purchasing a largo
body of land twenty thousand acres, they
say upon which to settle a colony of their
co-religionists. After visiting Southeast
Missouri, they will pass through Arkansas
into Texas. If theso men could bo induced
to effect their, purchases in Southern Illi
nois; the colony would bring more wealth
into our midst titan is likely to bo gained
by the present process of Immigration, in a
half dozen years.
We have received? from the farm of
Mr. Steers, in Pulaski county, a sweet po
tato that weighs over six pounds. It looks
liko a largo potato and is a large one; but
before we say It Is tho largest that has been
grown in thikcouutry this season, we prefer
to hear from the Missouri bottoms, in Mis
sissippi county. We have always felt in
cliued to regard that locality as possessing
exclusive rignt lor tne . production ol
vegetable wonders. But the Steer potato
(which wits picked from the top of a bin
containing 400 bushels) Is certainly
Prof. Cook's Balm of Life is fitly
named. It is not of an excitant, nature,
but restores or builds up a vigor lu mind
CAIRO BULLETIN : ' WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 18T9.
and body and tones up tho whole system.'
Among its Ingredients are camphor, carbolic
acid, borax and sulphur, combined under
great hpat and steam pressure, in a manner
that renders the compound what .thousands
of mentally and physically exhausted men
and women declaro to be the true elixir of
life. A number of our citizens are using
it, procuring supplies from Goo. E. OTIara,
and join the others in declaring it to bo the
best system renovator they ever ised. Of
this number are we.
Messrs. Hannon & Co., dealers in sew
ing machines and findings, have purchased
the brick building on Commercial avenue,
lately occupied by G. W. Hendricks as an
ico cream saloon, directly opposite Gold
stino & Roscnwater's, and will take posses
sion of the same on the first day of Novem
ber.' Wo 'need scarcely add, for tho
information of tho Cairo public, that par
ties in want of a sewing machine or any
article, trick or contrivance ' thereunto
appertaining, can call upon Hannon & Co.
with the absolute assurance of obtaining
what they want, and at tho lowest possiblo
An individual named James O'Neal
made an ugly display of a revolver, yester
day, expressing a purpose, under cortu'in
contingencies to puncture the person of a
certain female then and there present; but
the contingencies not arising, the puncture
was not made. But Mr. O'Neal was pulled,
"all the same," just as he should have been,
for carrying concealed weapons, and Squire
Comings fined him, just as he should have
done, the sum of twenty-five dollars and
costs of the proceeding. As is usually 'the
case with men who carry deadly weapons
for the defence of their property and per
sons, Mr. O'Neal had no money. He was
sent over, as a consequence, to stay thirty
days in the calaboose.
--Next to the dust, which, in certain
localities, is almost suffocating, the next
greatest nuisance with which our pedes
trians contend, are the velocipedes ridden
by reckless boys, who, knocking, over a
youngster, or dashing into persons of
maturer growth, arc ready with their "well,
you ; why didn't you get out of the way ?''
The sidewalks nre not tho place for such
bicycles, and the police should give orders
accordingly. Our attention has been di
rected to this annoyance very frequently of
late, nnd this paragraph is written at the
instance of a'lady who was not only made
to collide with one of the two-wheeled
abominations, but 'was insulted by the
rider because she didn't "clear the side
walk." The voters of Alexander countv should,
uud no doubt will, elect Dr. J. A M. Gibbs
to the office of County Commissioner. He
is an intelligent gentleman, and as
thoroughly acquainted with the needs of
the country portion of tho county,
as any man that can be named.
To look after tho interest of
Cairo, we have Hon. T. W. Halliday on
the board, und while ho remains there we
shall have all the representation we need.
It is right und proper, therefore, that the
country portion of the county should be
represented by its best men, and Dr. Gibbs
is certainly one of them. He served his
country well on tho battle field, and he
will not be found wanting in his service of
the people in tho position to which he is
aspiring. Hence we repeat, tho voters of
Alexander county ought to elect him and
no'doubtwill elect him.
Tho reduction in tho cost of our public
schools is a step in tho direction of retrench
ment that certainly deserves more commen
dation than it has received from any quar
tcr. Up to 1877 tho annual levy averaged
over $10,000. Since that timo it has not
exceeded $8,000. To this sum may be ad
ded about $2,000 received from the State
and other sources, and wo have a total of
$10,000 as tho annual cost of our public
schools, instead of $15,000, which was ex
panded on that account up' to the year
1877. We deal iu round numbers, as we
intend nothing more than an approxi
mation; but it is safe to say that within the
past three years the cost of our public
schools has been reduced fully thirty-three
per cent. The cost of educating each indi
vidual pupil falls short of $13.50 year,
which is about '$13 less than is paid by St.
Louis,'und about $8 less than paid by Chica
go, according to our recollection of tho fig
ures recently furnished by tho Superinten
dents those cities.
Squire Robinson was full-handed with
polico business yesterday, disposing of no
less than eight customers. A complaint
ugainst elder Shores, for inciting certain
pupils that nttend his school to disorderly
conduct, was called, but the hearing of it
was postponed uiajl this morning. The el
der is much incensed at tho complaint, and
proposes to muko matters !"vurm" for his
prosecutors. Four covics,who presented
to the eye of tho peace conservators, no vis
ible means of support were brought in,
nnd subjected to a fine, "but promising to
leuvotho ciryworo given twelve hours in
which to arrange for their departure. And
then camo Ed Foster who hud been en
gaged in a "plug muss." He was given a
stay of a week in tho calaboose. Foster
was followed by a colored damsel named
Bivins, who had ' been guilty of disorderly
conduct that wou her ft cull for several days
in tho city cooler. Philander Puggster
then camo to unswer for a drunk, and ho,
too, followed his predecessors to tho lock
up. "And no further" business nppeariug,
etc., tho court took tho usuul evening ad
journment. i : ' ; ', ; ,
LThe friends of Miles W. Parker urge
his election to the office of Assessor and
Trctsurer because ho is entirely competent;
beciuse he will fill tho offico honestly and
accrptubly, and because ho is an old and
deserving citizen of tho county to whom
tho emoluments of tho office will be a
most grateful and acceptable help. At one
time Parker had accumulated a competency
of worldly goods, but it was swept away by
flroand through the ' misfortunes or mis.
management ot others whom ho was per
suaded to endorse, so that ho finds himself,
when bcyona the Bunny lino of life, a poor
man. All these things will bo recollected
in Miles' favor, and will secure hhn a largo
rftid earnest support among men of all
shades of politics, and among colored
voters as well as among white. No dispo
sitionals been manifested to make the race a
politid contest, although, Messrs. Sammon
and Alden being Republicans, it might be
to Mr. Parker's advantage? to have it so.
But as we have said, no such disposition
has been manifested, and Mr. Parker is
running for the office because he feels him
self competent to fill it satisfactorily, and
because he needs and desires to secure its
A LITTLE ROAD TALK.
As tt'ls now too late to urge upon our
country readers tho importance of an af
firmative vote upon the road tax proposi
tion to be voted upon next Tuesday, we
must address ourselves directly to tho
voters of Cairo. It is with them to say
whether the new road shall be built, or
whether our city shall remain as now,
without a single wagon road passable at
all seasons, connecting it with the surround-
ing country. It is with them to say whether
the procession of country wagons that come
in during favorable weather, shall have the
means for reaching our market at all sea
sons, or whether, for weeks or even months
at a time, they shall be fenced out
by impassable floods. It remains
for ' them to say whether we
shall have a handsome turnpike, leading to
the highlands, free for the use of every
body, as well during flood time as during
seasons of low water, or whether we shall
remain, .as now, with mud roads that stand
as a damaging advertisement of our lack of
public spirit, enterprise and liberality. It
remains for the voters of Cairo to say
whether our city, now ten thousand strong,
shall remain subjoct to periodical isolation
from those who would reach it on foot, on
horse-back or in wagons and carriages, or
whether we shall have a fine turnpike that
will invite such communication with us, at
all times and seasons of the year.'
To build the proposed road to give
Alexander county a good system of wagon
roads and bridges will cost what? The
well-to-do mechanic or laboring man who
owns a homo valued at $500, would be
called upon to pay two dollars and a half a
year, for three years a total sum of seven
dollars and fifty cents. The family grocer,
who has a thousand dollar stock, (and few
grocers pay on more than that) would pay
five dollars a year. The merchant, with
his $2,000 sto8k, would pay $10 a year
every tax-payer paying fifty cents for every
hundred dollars of the assessed valuation
of his taxable property.
With our State tax reduced six cents on
the $100, as it has been, and the railroad
interest tax wiped from the tax books, as it
has been, the total of our taxes next year,
with the road tax added, will ba less than
it has been for a number of years. But,
admitting all that the most unreasonable
opponent of the road can claim, that our
taxes, with the road tax added,
will remain the same, or us heavy as during
the past year and the year before, where is
tho man who has the true interests of the
city and county ut heart, who is unwilling
to carry that burden yet three years longer,
to secure the impetus to our prosperity that
tho proposed system of wagon roads will
We have heretofore shown that the route
selected for the road across Cache bottoms,
is the only sensible and feasible ftute that
could have been determined upon. . We
have shown that, while it secures good
connections with Pulaski county roads, the
interests of Alexander county ure in no
manner disregarded. We have shown
that the new route is not longer
than the old one. We have shown that a
permanent high-water road along the old
route is not within the reach of the people's
means; and we have further shown that the
adoption of the old route to Beech Ridge,
would involve tho necessify of building a
second high-water road to Cache bridge
an expense that neither the people of tho
city nor country would be willing to incur.
Thus, every objection to the new route
seems to bo answered, except the single
objection that somebody inight utilize the
road embankment in the work of convert
ing an ugly pond or morass into a garden or
cornfield 1 Persons who urge objections of
this character are irrcclaiuiably narrow
minded, and to arguo with them is to waste
time und , breath to no purpose.
And now, finally, what do the business
men nnd merchants of Cairo, who are most
vitally interested in tjiis project, propose to
do to insure its success? Tho propositions
submitted will not cany unless those who
have influence, take off their coats, and uu
hinge their tongues and work and talk for
it from this time forth until election day.
The opposition, marshaled by Mr. T. J.
Roberts, is uctivo. Shall it bo said that it
succeeded in dcteating a . project upon
which results aro hinged of the highest im
portance to Cairo and to every portion of
Alexander county! It il with tho voters of
Cairo) who have interests involved, to give
DOSGOLA SEWS ITEMS.
REPORTED FOB TIIE CAIRO BULLETIN BY
QOur annual election is coming apace, and
as the reformers in Union county, hove
reformed tho county twenty thousand dol
lars in debt, it is now before them to votq
whether or not our county shall issuo
$20,000 worth of bonds. This is a scheme
of tho "Joncsboro ring," a few of whom
are getting old, and know that in twenty
years (the time tho bonds aro to run) they
will have passed in their checks; and of
course a few thousand in checks against
Union county, drawing five per cent, inter
est, will bo a nice thing to leavo behind,
for a remembrance to their children.
Debts as well as facts, aro stubborn things;
and of course all honest men agree that
debts should bo paid, and I suppose may
honestly disagree as to the better plan of
paying them. Why our commissioners acted
on the petition to put this matter before
tho voters of Union county, is a question I
shall not try to answer. There being not a
particle of common sense in it, I cannot
try to answer it. At the end of twenty
years it will cause tho county to pay out forty
thousand dollars. Is not that "Reforming'
at the wrong end?
One of our commissioners writes iu the
Jonesboro Gazette that thn constitution
prohibits them from levying over 73 cents
to the 100 dollars valuation ptftting this
up as a plea for issuing bonds. Hc did not
suy a word relative to the right, under the
constitution, of the peoplo to vote any
amount of tax on themselves that may
be necessary to raise a revenue for any
thing strictly necessary. The voters ot
Union county aro anxious to vote for a levy
sufficient to pay off the indebtedness of the
county in one year; but will not vote for
The county is densely populated by as
thrifty and honest a people as the State af
fords, nnd being in the main wealthy, we
trust to their honor and good sense to knock
the reform project "higher than a- kite."
We have had, for some time, the names
of five ot our fellow citizens before us, for
the office of assessor and treasurer. Re
cently the sixth man announced his name,
upon which King Caucus came forward
with his mandate for a nominating conven
tion, because this sixth candidate is a stal
wart, and it will never do for the unlerritled
to suffer such to be installed in office, in
"the banner Democratic county of Illinois.''
All must now succumb to a nomination.
The frosty nights are upon us making it
very pleasant to sit of nights in a cozy
room, and examine the columns' of The
Cairo Bulletin. By so doing all can see
how matters are in our "delta city," and
On last Saturday Messrs. Towaes and
Allen, passed through our village, being
enroute for their homes Jonesboro and
They had been acting as counsel for
William Penrod, in the Bradshaw homicide
case. What the verdict in the case may
be, your correspondent knowetli not.
P. S. Since writing the above we learn
that Wm. Penrod was sentenced to serve
three years in the penitentiary. He should
have been hung.
Received daily at 50 Ohio Levee. Served
at all hours, day and night. Families sup
plied Selects at 50 cents per can, mediums
at 40 cents. A. Y. DeBauk.
The ladies of the M. E. church will give
a sociable 9i the parsonage, on Eighth street,
Thursduy evening of this week. All are
invited. Come and briag your friends.
At late residence of A. II. Irvin, Seventh
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, on Thursday morning, Oct.
30th, at 10 o'clock, the Parlor, Dining Room
Ben Room and Kitchen Furn?ture,including
Stoves, Pillows, Beds and Bedding. Car
pets and everything necessary in hous;
keeping, will bo sold without reserve.
Now on draft and by the barrel, the cel
ebrated Jama C'obden cider, for family use.
Strictly pure and very choice. Try it. At
New York Store.
Geo. O'Hara has just received a newt
invoice of Forbes' Pads. No. 1 is a sure
cure for fevers, jaundice, chills etc. No. 2
cures kidney diseases of all kind Price
only cue dollar.
We have several thousand dollars in ac
counts duo us in Cairo, and owing to our
present circumstances if people will, in the
next few days, come forward nnd pay us
fifty cents on the dollar, wo will give a re
ceipt in full. Koeulkr Bros.
50 Tl'BH BV KXI'REMB,
This celebrated Crenmery Dufter for sulo
nt New York store by the tub uud pound.
Every pound guaranteed the best, or money
Small tubs for family use. Best Hotter In
the world. C. O. IVriEn ACo.
Old time pricks at thn barber shop of
J. George SteinhotiHP, on Eighth street, near
Alexander. County Bunk. Good barbers,
easy, chairs, sharp ruzors, clean towels, etc.
Shave 10 cents, haircut 23 cents, shampoo
25 cents, und other work proportionally low
Remember tho placo. ,
A LL ADVERTISEMENTS In thin eolutnn, ef
r tv If Attn mrh nr li.am will n nttUitu.A
coin every lnertlon;l month, 1.60; mouthi with-
imv luauii, fI,w l'cr uiuuiu. ikBca auuiiiouai
line. Scviiw. hlliiatloiia wanted free. -
i HOUSE for sale.
CottHne l(ii:t-2, ouud timber, vay to move.
Want the Itit vacated. Enquire at Tui Uullitin
By a geutltman a teacher Iu public or private
echool. Hai a flrnt rado certltkate, and ll quali
fied to teach the Latin, French and Uermau lan
gua. Address "Teacher," care Fri.uk llualey,
STOVES FOR BALE.
Three heating stovea and one larao cooking Move
belonging to thu renldeuce part ol Tui Bixlitin
building, are for nale. Apply on tho premliiee .
HEADQUARTERS FOR FINE ARCHEPYOOODS
Down, Arrows, Targiits, Shooting Wove, etc., at
C. W. HENDERSON'S, Commercial avct..e. cor
ner Twelfth slreot.
Fine stool engravings, for tale. Cannot bo
bought of the uuhlinhera for lem than tl& eo each.
Wlir be sold singly for $10.00 each, or the four for
$) O0. Enquire at Tn a Hi'i.leti bindery.
OwNKKsand pnrchaiiers of Real Estate In Cairo
should be sure thi-y have a good title. I am now
prepared to furulsh abntracts at reasonable rates.
Office In Court House.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
We bavo removed to the building lately purchased
by nt opposite Ooldstiue A lUxtuwuter a whete we
will be pleased to sen all who aro. In need of any
thing In our ttno. HANNON & CO., Sewing Ma
A sorlcsof No. S Gothic caps and lowercase
partly worn, hut suitable for poster or programme
work, consistingof brevier, luug primer, pica, great
prlii, it, parnguu- and duable enidish letters and
nguiv full aud complete, without spaces and
The Winston farm lu 'ulaiki county,, on the bank
of the Ohio river, aud 4 mill's from It. R. station,
I'M ai res acn'S under fence. Orchard of about
15 acres. Has a fnme dwelling of 6 rooms. Ootid'
cistern. At a bargain. Apply early.
M.J. HOW LEY. R. E. Agent.
lr 4 TmUlActiv Parties toact as Gen
ii A I ri I lural Agents for the ale of our
' ' -1- AJ-tfapeclahtle. Business
respectable. Goods sell rapidly. We pay salary
nr a liberal commission on sales. Frum flow to
JtJOua mouth cin be made by live men. Karrrbanro
or making majiey Ad lre- TRll'MHII MA.NT
FACTl RIX(i CO.. HI Monroe St.. Chicago.
MKS. M. A. S WANDER,
Winter's Block. Comer Seventh Strict and Com
Desires to Inform the ladles of Cairo and yicinlty
that.she has on hand and receiving daily, direct
from the Eaiteru cities, s very large aud complete
stock of Ladles' aud Mioses'.
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS.
Hosiery all sizes and colors 5 ct. to oue dollar
per pair Corsets, 40 cts. to $2.50, and full aiort
Ladies' Furnishing Goods!
All the very latest design. Prices as low as pos
sible and goods marked in plain figure. Will uot
be undersold. Call and examine. No trouble to
show goods Ladles w ho do not see what they
want will picas aaik fori'.
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL BANk
W. P. HALLIDAY, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vice-President.
J. 11. SMITH. Acting l a-hler.
. STAATS TATLOR. W. f . RALUDAT.
UINIir L. UAIXIIMT, R. H. Cl'NiUMOIIAM,
P. D. WILLIAMSON, STtrUt.N BIRO,
U. H. CASDEK.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
, BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Deposits received and general banking business
f-i a "1-
S 5 s2
si. T.WARREN & CO.
& CO W. Second St.
Foreign tud Domestic drltd and canned Fruits anil
Vegetable. Canned, dried aud alt Fish. Pick
les, Sauces, Oils aud Condiments. Soup
stull's, Baking Powders, ground and
whole Spices, Toilet and Laundry
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