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thk nAfi.Y flAIRO BULLETIN: '
THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, ml.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
omciiL PAPER OP CITY AND COTJNTT
NTRKD AT THE I'uBT omCS l CAIRO, IL-
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' Caiiki. March 17th. 1:1.
name m "' "- :t" V ,'UreenliKlt l.ab T
Party, for lruili.Jii"ti;o and equal i'S"1"'
aland.' Vox p .i'li-voJ'vl.
PrC. K. CLARKE.
We arc authorized to announce N B. THIHTL B-
WOOD candidate lor rc-eieiiiuu ..-
yOR CITY ATTUHyEY.
MW".,uc. m a. a candidate fmcltoD
totueotlir.eol Ciiy Attorney at me v..,
election. Most rcSpectfuIly,
W. E. HENDIUCKH,
W At "arnef-t aolieitation of many cRIbbi Irro
Motive of color or politic, 1 have. cnl ed to
become a candidate for the office of t V
and reapecifully the active nd.i"l" llPPort
of all who are larornl.le 10 my ""5, UIRIJ.
Cairo, Ille., March loili, 1W1.
Having uceu aoliclted hy a number of my frlo (la
nil over the t i ty to become ' cnudidato for city elf. k
n ino coralneityelcctlc,N,l hereby, In cumj.ll
uceVitu the wi-hea thus etpreesod, annoi ince
IvVnir candidate for tint office, and hope that
all my friends vill aland bv me.
70R CITY C'LKPK.
11 vn V
K. WILKER80N Mcadidal for City Clerk in
the April election,
poll CITY CLERK.
Wc nre authorized to anuouce Mr. LKANDKR
AXLEY an a candidate for City Clerk m the elec
tion to he held next mouth
pOR CITY CLERK.
Editor Bulletin: ,. , , , . ...
Please announce that I aru a candidate for re
election to the olllce of City Clerk at the '"'
city election. I). J. FOLK i .
pOK HOL1CK MAOISTUATB.
Mpi?0iL,2i,n,inrn mn a a candidate for re election
tir.. .. . ,),,.r,y,.rt tn announce .nr. uu.-
to tuootliceof Police MaRiatrate at the euuiuK
clly election. OLMSTED.
pOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
We are authorliied to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS aa a candidate for the ofllce of Pol ice
Magistrate for the city of Cairo al the .coming city
OR CITY TREASURER.
Rditnr Bulletin: PIcuKo aiiiioiiuce my naino a an
Independfut caiidldale for the oltlce of Clly
urer at the inKiiIni
THOMAS J. KERTII.
poR ALDERMAN. THIRD WARD:
ff. nn iimlwiri.i'il to announce Mr. EU1IKRT A
SMITH ae a candidate fur re-election for Alderman
from tho Third ward.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In IhUcolumu. flvn cent tier Una, each
Insertion, ror one inoinu, suceuia ci nuu.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have incicesed
ihi-ir fcilititfa for the accommodation of
tlwir increased patronage, by havinir bc
cured another largo room adjoining tncir
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HCIirHJl Oil V HII1UI. lieiwueil ihciiin uv
Thirteenth streets. Day school, U a. in.
Ladies' class at "A, and uight school at 7 p.
m. Tcinis low, but invariably in advance.
Oysters! rbh! Game!
Fresh oyBter, fine and fat, for sale, by the
run nr bv the hundred! Hulk ovsters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters recuivcu m ....v .
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The "Red Snapper," the king among fish
ir ini a fWiTibruni v mm mm nun b nma iirnii. i
and the delight ol epicures, fresh from tho
r,hf!. ..r,.,.t RnnitiiT Hicw.rr. Afr't.
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Use Tub Cairo Bn.i.KTiN scratch books,
for sale at the office, 1201) leaves to the
dozen books. 10 cents each or $ 1.00 per
Buckleii'H Arnica Salve.
The best salve iu tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
ctter. chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very cm or money relunded. Price,
cents per box. For salo hy Gko. E. O'Hara
Movntku varnished, und
, . fn 'va uifsn Vll
wairw lor .ii, ni uiK i.i.l.t.iniN nmcc.
Tho best of corned beef In any iiuantitv
desired can be had at Fred Kuohlur'i sain
plo hop ou jugnui street, oetween the
vomica. Other meats of tho best quality
also always ou hand. Call
you want good meats.
upon Fred If
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hcktogruph use, for sale at Tuts Bullktin
: Howk Scale are guurautced iu every
particular, to bo thu best made. Borden,
Btdleck &, Co., General Agents, Chicago,
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Ice, Wholesale wl Retail.
I am dow prcpnrod to sc.ll ice by tho car
loaJ, or by the pound lit prices beyond
competition. My wmron. will run to all
nam of tho city during Burnraer, Berving
ico to customnis in quantities to suit.
Orders for carload lots will receive prompt
attention. ' WH1-
Kiick! liritk! Brick!
l'lcntyof Hrick. Jacob Kliuc hits 24
men at work in Itis brick ynr.l,nd is mak
ing brick at the rate f 2U.000 a day. V ill
be ready for delivery tiist of May. Con
tractors and other may Hy Umn getting
plenty or brick to till all their contracts
aud orders through the summer.
New York Early Kose nt
J. C. Clark's, No. 25 Eighth Street.
House of 7 KooniH, on ropiur, near
Street, lu first-class condition.
M. J. HOWI.KY,
Real Estate Agent.
The work of preparing the delinquent list
will commence to-morrow. Lots on which
taxes arc not paid to-day will be advertised.
Jons Hoixiks, Sheriff.
They ui'C Coming.
The Immense stock of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trade are now
daily arriving, and wheu all in will be the
largest, best selected and most complete
stock of Men's ami Roys, Ladies and Chil
dren's Roots and Shoes ever brought to
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and the Rest 1 land-made and Eastern
Goods ever offered to the Public. . Having
purchased all my goods for Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, and will give the
public the BcnotU by selling them lower
for Cash than any other House. I invite
all to call on me if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
Root and Shoe Dealer, No. HO, Commer
cial Ave., between Fifth and Sixth Streets,
Having made extensive improvements in
the rianter'B House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
numlcr ot day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a' share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations are equal
in every respect to those ot any hotel in
the slate and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Rotto & Gazzola.
To Persons About to Many.
"To persons aliout to marry," Douglass
Jerrold's advice was, "Don't" we supple
ment by saying; without laying in a supply
of Spring Blossom, which cures Albuminaria
and Kidney and Rladdercomplaints. Prices:
1, 50 cents, and trial bottles 10 cents.
The building of 'new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal piomptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
I herebv uotilv all persons not to either
sell or give to my ntisonnu, "''".""
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ters, any intoxicating liquors of any kind,
as I will prosecute to its full extent any
one who may violate the law in regard to
said notice. Joanna Winters.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In theae columtm, leu i(.ut nr line,
each tuivrtlou. Marked
-8tnoke Bchuh'a Gilt
Anti-licenso swept Clinton, Ills., Mon
day, electing mayor and all of tho six alder
men. Send vonr orders for election tickets
to The Bulletin olllce, 1.50 per thotis-
A new porch is being built in front of
the residence of Mr. Schulze on Ninth
Springfield, Ills., suffers from a "mud
blockade." The streets arc impassable to
Mr. J. S. McGahcy is having tho fence
around his lumber yard up town repaired
and a large new gate built.
-Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
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Liquor license prevailed by Bcven ma
. t g. , . For f(W
years anti-license has prevailed
t i0Uig carpenters arc on a strike
day it that price can be agreed upon.
Order your election tickets early of E
E. Ellis, tl. .10 per thousand. No orders
taken for less than 1000.
Hpnngfleld, Ills., has one hundred and
forty-eight subscribers to its telephone ex
change; only about twenty more than Cairo
Wo uudetstniid that Mr. John Koehler
will celebrate his silver wedding in tho
elegant hall ol tho Rough ami Ready en
A stranger in St. Louis, thinking lie
v lV I j I fii vx ii in vuin tiiw mwv.-.vh
tr.. -l,tMd. "Hton thief!" aud about .10
of tho inhabitants disappeared down a sido
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- 1 Yesterday men were at work removing
tho old picket fence from in Iront of Mr,
IU!!. Cunningham's residence, on Washing-
Ion avenuo, and Betting up thu new iron
lenco In Its Rtuatt.
Mr. Msx Nehamborg, tho Austio-llun-
garian consul to thu Vnited States. Btatiou-
od at riltabtirg, Penn,, aends out circular
offering a reward or fitly florins lor infor
mation concerning the whereabouts of one
Anton Bocht, who left Vienna In tho year
1849 for this country,
-The people of the Third ward feel
very grateful to the street committee and
the sidewalk builders for the new crossing
recently built orer Twentieth street, on
Mr. H. A.Jlanuon is haviutc the front
of his sewiug machine office changed, bo as
to permit its use as a large sign. Tho
change will be a great improvement when
it is accomplished.
The Cairo Library was presented by
Mrs. Herman Meyers with the complete
works of Schiller, tho great Germau poet.
Tho works are in the German lauiunge, in
two volumes and elegantly bound.
The election in St. Louis day before
yesterday resulted m the election of Ewing,
tho republican nominee tor mayor, by a
majority of thirteen thousand two hundred
and forty-six. The democrats carried Chi
cago by a largo majority. '
Tho front and side of Mr. E. E. Com
ings' book store on the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue i( being
newly painted in prepiuation for an elegant
sign and a grand opening of a hitherto
The case of John Miles, a Mormon, who
was indicated for bigamy in Utah and was
convicted in both the district and supreme
courts of the territory, was taken to the
United States court where the decisions of
the lower courts were reversed.
Mr. John Poor, the carpenter, has been
at work on Twelfth street, between the
avenues, repaiiing the front porches aud
walks of several residences. He will begin
the construction ot a new lence in front of
Sir. Griffin's residence on the same street,
to-day or to-morrow.
Esquire Osborn performed the wedding
ceremony for two colored people evening
before last. They were Mr. Win. Smiles,
aged forty years, and Miss Laura Smith,
aged nineteen. From these indications it
would seem that spring has been sitting in
winter's lap and not the reverse as is usu
The proceedings of the city council
will be found in The Ecli.etin this morn
ing from which it may be seen that our
health ollieer of lust year, Mr. Samuel
Orr, is again at his post in the same posi
tion, lie was as good an officer last year
us any Cairo has had, and it is presumable
that he will be so again.
No curbing arrived on the steamer
lien Franklin aud none is as yet on the
way, so far as is known. It is all ready
for shipment at the quarry, and 1 he con
tractor there has hailed every boat that has
passed there within the last ten days, btft
could get none of them to land. How
ever, the work on Eighth street is not in-
terfered with by this delay, and will not be
for some time to come.
It has been discovered recently that
General Robert E. Lee is scvcnteentli in
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d rect descent from King Kooert imncan,
tho Bruce, of Scotland. A genealogical
chain without a doubtful link is given in
an interesting article in the Courier-Journal.
We wonder if they are satisfied now; they
didn't seem to be with establishing the
great southern chief's relationship to
George Washington, the truthful.
MuBsrs. Robert Baird snd James Suin-
merwell are engaged by Col. McKeaig in
removing five frame buildings which have
been standing for years on the lots at the
southeast corner of Sixth street and Wash-
ington avenue. They ate to lie removed,
sonic to the vacant lots one square below
and the others on those two squares below
their present site. The work was begun
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al V" n'"""DB u"" 7. B
tcrday afternoon the largest one of these
buildings, which is abont one hundred feet
long, was standing out across Washington
avenuo on rollers, ready to be moved dowu
the avenue to its future place.
The regular meeting of the Woman's
Club and Library Association yesterday af
ternoon, was, as usual, well attended, and
the exercises of a varied ami interesting
character, The principal business was
tho perfecting of arrangements for tho re
ception and entertainment, by the Woman's
Club, of tho Social Scieuco ladies, who will
come from Chicago and elsewhere, on the
nineteenth of April, to hold a meeting of the
Social Science Association hero. The rc-
man's Club at the library room, on Tues
day evening, tho 19th, being deferred on
account of a local entertainment, other ar
raignments wera made for a public recep
tion, wheu it is hoped the citizens will show
their interest iu tho Woman's Club, and as
sist its members to entertain their guests
handsomely, by a largo attendance. The
meetings will bo held in Hartnnm's hall, and a
fine programme is being prepared for the
occasion, which will be issued in dun time.
Advices from Chicago indicato tho attend
ance of a number of prominent ladies,
80nic of them conuectcd with the press,
a w lt. Will VililU) l' ' v viiy wnv
r,.iufo nil tho ndvantatrM Cairo tmssessea.
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Let them have a cordial reception from our
citizens and receive a favorable impression
Until a day or two ago the editor of
tho News managed to repress the chief
cause of his bitter grief at the success of
tho independent candidates iu tho last
county contest. Tho success of one of tho
candidates particularly has been a thorn
to him, ranklinu in his bosom
ever sinco tho lalat election day
It appears now that in his enthusiastic sup
port of tnu ticket placed botoro tho peo
ple by thu Bulf constituted republican
bosses, lie wan actuated by mercenary mo'
tives, and that, in tho defeat of those candl
dates one in particular tho poor fellow
saw his golden future ranish like a dream
and his efforts to have been in tain. But
never mind, brother, do uot allow a little
disappointment to break your spirit; the
future is yet before you and, you know,
there is nothing surer than the annual ap
pearance of tho delinquent tax-list. Be
lieve us, when we say, that though it is
dillkult to understand why some poor,
struggling human beings should
be doomed to such bitter disappoint
ments, yet all is for tho lxat.
We have found it so in our short but
eventful life and now, wheu wo contem
plate the surprises and disappointment
embodied iu this "mighty maze," we can
discover and appreciate thu cousolation
contained in the words "Iu each event ol
life how clear Thy ruling hand I sec" and
wo recommend this beautiful and sugges
tive verso to our brother of tiie Levee lumi
nary, believing that his ailmeut demands
just such tonic as is contained it it.
Some of our northern visitors never tail
to bo horrified at the condition of our
streets during raiuy weather and pretend
that streets ut homo or "oh ! so nico iust
4V,ta rain;" but tho press at home doesn't
Bocmfotake the hint, or doesn't care wheth
er it places some of its subscribers in a
dilemma by telling the truth, or not.
While Cairois enjoying dry and solid streets
those of northern cities are in a fearful
condition. The Springfield Register, in
its last issue, has the following: "Yester
day afternoon a horse upon w hich was
seated a countryman, happened to strike
a piece ot solid earth just opposite Grim
sley's mill, on West Adams street, and
felt in the mud with the rider .underneath,
lie was "quashed" iuto tho mud so that
he had to be pulled out by some
sympathizing passers-by. The horse got
up, shook himself, and ran off down the
street, but was finally captured." A writer
in the Peoria Democrat has the hardihood
to fall into poet ay on the subject as fol
lows: ' Drowned in the mtld
O maiden nay.
Tripping acrofc the timet to-day.
Bi'wure your urip
Aud aiuk like a leaden plummet down
Peep in the di-pth of the mlrky flood,
The haplem prey of the mud, the mud.''
A satisfactory explanation to those
who think that last Sunday's darkness was
due to neglect on the part ol
the gas company's employe
may bo found iu the fact that, ac
cording to the company's contract with the
city, the lamps were not to be lighted on
that uight nor on any moon
light night uutil about an
hour before the moon sets. Sunday uight
was proclaimed by the calender to be in
part a moonlight night, and it would have
been had there been no clouds. The
moon was there in strict obedience to the
rule laid down in the almanacs and this
was a sufficient excuse in tact it
was tho duty of the lamp lighter,
prescribed in a written agree
ment with the city not to light the street
lamp until about an hour before, accord
ing to the almanac, the lovely orb ought to
sink behind the horizon. The street lamp
lighter must bo something of au astrono
merhe must be a "star gazer" and the
most disagreeable duty initioscd upon him
is, doubtless, that of Btudying the almanac.
He must know every night that ought to bc
a moon light uight, and he must know how
long it ought to be a moon light night. It
is not his business to see whether what
ought be is or not, it is sufficient for him to
know what ought to bc and let his light
shine accordingly. If the alj
inanac says that 0a moon goes down
to-night at 10:40 then, at about 9:40
the stiett lamps are to bo lighted. This,
we understand, is thp agreement. It mat
ters nut if "a pall-like gloom ore'east the
skies" and miu pours in torrents down
upon the benighted traveler, and garroters
peer out from every crevis to pounce upon
him. The gas lighter is to sit. serenely,
Hiuoking his pipe and studying his alma
nac, until about 9:40 o'clock, when he is
sally forth and give the city light.
In the meantime citizctis, who
have been to church, sociable,
theatre or attending to business,
have attempted to go home at the hour
of nine, when, according to the almanac, the
goddess of the night should be dispelling
with her effulgent rays the dark darkness
that darkens tho darkening dark here bo
low; but he duds uot a ray to illume his
path and, after having turned several
summersaults, butted his head against a
lamp-post or two, stepped on a black cat
and made several life hizc impressions in
tho gutters, he reaches homo, showering
blessings upon the city council for their
thoughtful economy in having no Btrcct
bunps lit on nights that, according to the
almanac, ought to be moonlight nights.
Tho reliable weather prophets and
sanitarians of the country all unite in pre
dicting au unusually sickly year. The
general weather will bo unfavorable to
health in so far as its chauges will bo sud
den from cohl to warm, from dry to con
tinued wet; but tho chief source of disease
will bo its consequent action upon
vegetable and animal deposits and all
manner of filth. For this reason 'people
are advised they should be compelled
where advice is not hooded to keep
everything that is likely to omit dangerous
gases under the influences of rain and hot
' DRUGGIST GBO, S. U'HAKA,
PH(EM DEUG STOBE,
GEO. TU. O'HAEA, Proprietor,
Cor. Coiuniorclttl Avenue (
nun Niniieoiiin Mieei.
NO. r EIGHTH STREET.
THJSJ CHEAPEST PLACE"
sun combined, away from their premises.
The people of Cairo should comply with tho
proclamation of Mayor Thistlewood, asking
them to throw all accumulations of rubbish
out in front of their residences or places
of business, to be hauled away by the city
scavingcr. A health officer, in the person
of Mr. Samuel Orr, has been appointed by
the city council and now those who are
guilty of a criminal disregard of tho
said proclamation will be brought
to a prompt obedience, and will not be the
cause, by their willful neglect, of disease
ayd dyfith to themselves and their neigh
bors, It is true that Cairo stands in no
more danger from an epidemic of any
kind than do any of the northern cities,
but neither is it any more exempt from
such diinirer than they arc; anil even if
there were not the slightest possible dau
ger, common decency would demand that
all unsightly rubbish and nasty accumu
lations should b gotten rid of.
As a rule our people take pride in the
cleanliness of their residences and places
of business, but, as in every other city in
the world, so here, there are a few excep
tions to this rule ami these should feel the
arm of the. law.
( )ne of the greatest - we feel justified
in saying thk greatest -nuisances with
which Cairo Ims to deal is the young,
strong, healthy, lazy trump. He seems to
find a spec ial attraction in Cairo, or he
seems to drift li'-re naturally
without any particular design on
his pait. But he comes here
multitudinously and then remains here
persistently, in spite of the fact that he in
given to understand that his company is
undeMiable, or that he is informed ot the
existence of a public soup house in Mound
City, of a public park in I'aducah and a
bastile in Cairo; he lingers here in spjtfl of
the suggestion that, perhaps, bis mother
doesn't know he's out, but that some detec
tive does. He is neither to be coaxed nor
intimidated; but, ragged and dirty in per
son, insolent in language aud painfully
slow in action (except when devouring
somebody else's hard earned grub, or lead
ing a "cop'heloungesabouttheseciet places
of the city, with his bands iu his pockets,
by day, and sneaks around public squares
and private residence, with his hands in
other people's pockets by night if the tem
perature is not too low, in which cane he
socks refuge on the wharf-boats, spying
that he is waiting for a steainloat to take
him on a pleasure trip, or in police head
quarters, -where he is a railroad contractor,
going to begin operations next morning.
The city is full of this pest this quintes
sence of hiimau depavity and laziness and
something ought to be done, either to get
rid of them, or to treat them to
several wholesome lessons in tho art,
strange to moat of them, of using their
sturdy muscles iu earning a livlihood. No
doubt thia latter would be a torture to
most of them, for their independent man
hood, if they ever had any, has been per
mitted to lie in a latent state so long
that to force it to assert itself is to the
tramp a strange and rather painful sensa
tion. Rut the city, in duty bound to pro
tect the people against all nuisances, can
not afford to bo sentimental iu deal
ing with tho tramp; it should expel him
or ultize him; should arrest him if hois
healthy and has no "visible moauB of sup-
noit." film him accordiiiL' to
the ordinance and then make
him prove, by nctual . experiment,
whether or not ho in as good a breaker of
rock as he is a breaker of laws, "cribs"
and jails. We are inclined to the belief
that proper experiment would prove that
ho is able to break most anything,' from a
loaf or charity bread down to au obstinate
victim's neck. It is nonsensejto say that
the tramp is not what he is from choice, or
laziness, inherited or acquired; for thoro is
work for all at living rates in nearly every
part of the country. Railroads ure being
Jiuilt all through tho south, and con
tractors are advertising for men
to handle tho shovel and tho pick.
But if this were not so, then there is work
for them hero in Cairo and the Booner thoy
are put to it tho better for themselves and
the city upon which they are so persistent
nrr U .... .tv. Inner VO'"
ridden sickness, cost ng Wf'JSL'
total fl,800-allof this expense ' Jtop
pod by three bottles of I op Wtte , taken
" "8Zr a d Twant everybody to know
J. (J. CLARK, Propriktou.
Advtrtistmtnt in nonpareil (not tn:ineii cardt)
of fit linti or In) thii column, 10 tend tiuh t'a
It r turn.
"y ANTED. Every hi dy to
TV have their furniture retail
have muntv and
laired and v aruie lied
by I). K. Kinir. Mum oniioclle ixurl bullae. Or-
dura by mail or at the uliop will haw prompt atten
tion. A COOKING hTOVE for alc.w lib t iron pot,
(wo litke ptitiH and two priddlo: will le wild
for ten dollam. Apply at Itullc tin c illnv
poll KENT Kot.n.f, fen.lclinl w in fin niched
J with or without hourd, et n-in untie ralei
Apply at Rnllctin huiUliriK
yOTICE-ScHOOL ELECTION -Thtre will b
1 au election held on batunlay. April 'nli. at the
Arab Encine ilounc, for the election of one Ttua
tee of Hi'liQol, for lowotibip 17.
F THE CONDITION
Alexander County Rank.
C'Aino, III , April Itb, lssi.
I.oam aud iJluroiinta ,
Due Iroiu other hank
U. H, and other bonda
Canh on baud
Real Katate, nutflt and furniture...
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.. ,U73 4 J
Capital loik paid In l'jV4)t oi
Surplui fund 7,n M
Di-polu, demand .... , 177 47
Oepoiita, MYiiiijii Wfm W-H,'W lid
Kichanite. I 4H oj
Dlacount 1.71 So
I'rollt and Iom ,'hi) lo Ernli 8,411 sr.
The above otatemrnt la true and correct.
f HHlISS, I'rraident,
hubccrllM-d aud worn to before me Ihle 4th day
or April, IBM. ALFRED COMIN'UK.
HTOVES AN!) TINWARE.
AU SORTS, .SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB WOHK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - - Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKI? CO..
Cor, Nineteenth street
MILL AND COMMIUNION.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
' Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS
Large Stock. .Fresh Goods"
Just Received. Prices Lower
thau ever. BARCLAY BROS.
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