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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MOllNING, APRIL 10, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
OFFICIAL PArKR OF CITY AND COUNT!
RNTKKED AT TUB POHT OKF1C IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS BKCONOCLAfU MAT,"
,(M'AL WKATHBH REPORT.
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1,1 Caiiio. Mar.'.h lTth, m.
oiIWk . TVirx. to Hip tiidpvmlnt v"lr- "f
? ro J" a candidate for .1... om of mayor. 1 h.
ritv ri'iiuirra a man f commercial I exK.riiiico,
fttM Xl M whn wr .r- llx.-d hy iinl-ma
menl on ihi ureal Aiiii-ncHn cont iiiunt. and n III.,
name ol Wahi. niton. J(!l Vr-n, and JMrkoii. and
in the name of Urn t.r.'t I niou ri' " ' ' ui'll 7
Partv. lor truth, iutic and equal rlRhtH, will I
..and. Vox p .1-11 - vol IM. ,)f . ctABKK.
WOOl) aa a candidate for re -election to the ufnie ol
poll CITY ATTORN EY.
IMeam-'anuoiuice mc an a candidate forre-, lection
to the oftlci- of Ciiy Attorney at the enntiiuR r.ity
electum. Mu.l n-pertluliy ,1ENI)KICK8,
Mr Knitor: . ... . . i
At Hie rBrni-H nolieitution or many citlzein- irrt
upectiveofcoloror politic", I have coweii i dto
U-come a candidate l..r the ofllce ?nVly-h!m.rt
and roapectfully auk the active and wllllnK aupport
of all who are lavorahle to my ""j" ,Kl)
Cairo. 111"., March Win.
.Kilf CITY CI.EKK.
aiivlni! necn HOIicueii ny minima . v
all yver the city to hecoiue a candidate for city cln k
in the coining city election. 1 hcrehy, in cuiupll
auco with .the wirhea thii espresHed, nnoace
invai'ir ana candidate for that ofllce, and hope that
all my friend will "taud bv me. lalLY
poll CITY CLE l;K.
W are a thnri.ed to announce Mr. JOHN
. Wl LKKUSON an a cadidate for City Cleric in
tho April election.
pOH CITY Cl.EKK.
We are authoriii'd to anuouce Mr. LEAXDEU
AXLEY an a candidal for City Clerk 'U the elec
tion to be held next month.
Editor Bulletin: , ,
l'leae announce, that I am a candidate for re
elect ion to tho office of City Clerk at 'be enjiiini?
cilv election. I). J. FOI.B l .
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poll CITY CLERK.
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riIll.I.IHaarnd!datu forcitycierk In the up
proaclnnn municipal election.
Mr. Editor: , , , ,.
I'leuse announce me a" a candidate for ro elect on
to the ofllce of Police M.iltrnte at the ennulng
city election. ""ffi'fc OLMSTED.
poll POLICE MAOISTRATE.
We are authorized to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS an a candidate for the office of Police
.MiiKimratcforthe city of Cairo at the coming city
JOR CITY TREASURER.
Editor Bulletin: Pleaae announce my name a" an
Independent candidate for the office of City I reaa
urer ut the enHiiiu city election KERTU.
We are anthori.cd to announce CHARLES Cl'N
U1NOI1AM aa an Independent candidate for elec
tion to the office of Treaaurer at the cniuiiuK city
poll ALDERMAN, THIRD WARD:
We are authorized to announce Mr. ElilSBRT A
SMITH aa a candidate for re-election for Alderman
from the Third ward,
-noil ALDERMAN, FIRST WARD.
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r nuiuuriAirii iu uuuuuiv ............
Mi ll ALE aa a candidate for Alderman for the Writ
wara, ai iae enmuiiK cuy eiecuou.
poll ALDERMAN. FOURTH WARD.
At the requeM of my many friendt I announce niy-
- .... n.li. i f. . r.i .it, .i,tl..n lii llio minmnrn.
Pi'll BP I nu'liunw" ,.. ... ,.i, . i,m, ,,. - -i-,., i ...
luu ninnlclual canipaicn. to the ponltionof Alder
man iroui mc ruurui warn. v. v. mui-ii.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thin column, live centi per line, each
1 nucrtlon. For one month, 50 cents per line.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and far, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct irom tlie
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Hed Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
foroysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Boiikut Hewitt, Ag't.
Use Tiik Cairo Bcllktin scratch Iwioks,
for sale at the office, 1200 leaves to the
dozen books. 10 cents each or 1.00 per
Mount kii vtinnslied, and paper mans of
Cairo for sale, at The Bui.LKTIN office.'
Try It! Try HI
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No ,.xtra cmre
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by TiikCaiuo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill lluada And
other printed stationery.
Buck leu's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cut.
limine. Hores. ulsers. salt rheum, lever sores.
atter. clinnncd hands, chilblains, corns, and
si! kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give periect saiisiaction in
every case or money refunded. Trice, 25
cents per Ikix. For sale by Geo. E. OTIara
Howk Scales are uuaraiiteed in every
particular, to be the best made, liorden,
Selleck ite Co., General Agents, Chicago,
50 Voi. NTew Corsets at Stuarts' popular
ami reliable Dry Goods House. Wo are
showing 5 different Corsets at One Dollar,
among which are Warner's Flexible Hip,
Porter'. Adjustable Hip and our popular
(ierxtrr, all of which are koihJ value for
fl.OO. We keep all (if Warner Bin's Corsets,
and offer them at Factory I 'rices. We pro
pose lunking our Corset I lepartment one of
the leading features of our Kstablishment.
A visit of inspection will convince you that
it will pay you to (,'ive us your trade on
House anil Lot Ibi' Sale.
Situated on F.itfhth street, between Wash
ington and Walnut. Desireable for small
family Martin 1). Smyth.
Ice, Wholesale .and Ki'tail.
I am now prepared to sdl ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city din ing summer, serving
ice to customers in cuuntitics to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. l' WHI1,
Kiick! Brick! Brick!
Plenty of llrick. Jacob Kline has
men at work in his brick yar i.and is mak-
. i i tl.. t.. ''II (1110 a ilnv. Will
Illy 01K;i ni liu: ni '. j
be ready for delivery first of May. Om-
. . ....1 ..ll,..r.! lilfiv ll.lv 1 1 1 II 111 1'1'ttillL'
iniciora nun imih.i-i h.'.j v "i n-
plenty of brick to till all their contracts
ami orders tiiroiigii mc ouinuui.
House of 7 Kontiis, on Poplar, near
Kighteenth Street. In first-class condition.
Price 1,500. Terms reasonable.
M. J. Howi.ky,
Heal Estate Agent.
Tliey Hie Coiuiiiyf.
The Immense stock of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trade, arc now
daily arriving, and when all in will be the
largest, best selected and most complete
stock of Men's and Boys, Ladies and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes ever brought to
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and the Best Hand-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 Henetit by selling them lower
for Cash thau any other House. I invite
all to call on me if iu want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
Hunt and Shoe Dealer. No. HO. Commer
cial Ave., between Fifth and Sixth Streets,
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number of 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 ol any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Bono & Ga.zola.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increased
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between fwellth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 0 a. m.
Ladies' class at J, and night selwol at 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hcktograph use, for sale at The Bulletin
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
I hereby notily all persons not to either
sell or give to my husband, Thomas Win
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.
Notlcea In thc"e column, tun coins per lino
each insertion. Marked
Smoke Schuh'a Gilt Edge five-cent
The opening day of "The Golden
Grotto" is not far-off.
Order your election tickets early of K
E. Ellis, tl.nO per thousand.
Mrs. C. W. Henderson, after several
weeks illness, is much improved, and her
complete recovery is only a question of a
Send your orders for election tickets
to The Bulletin ofllce, f 1.50 per thous
A man named Purcclle, an inmate of
the Anna insane asylum, who escaped from
custody some time ago, was recaptured at
Centralia lost week.
Check hooks, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
With the last issue of the Golconda
Herald, it has abandoned its patent inside,
being now printed entirely at home.
100 Picci New Prints Monday morn
ni at Stuarts.
Material for fruit boxes of all sizes is
being shipped south in largo quantities by
the Cairo Cl'y Box and Basket factory.
Every one Intends smoking "The
Golden Grotto" brand of cigars, best 5
cent cigar in tho world, you bet.
Two Kentucky pooplo, named respect
ively Mr. J. W. Creach and Miss Piudu
Howell, were married at the Waverly house
in this city last Friday evening by Esquire
"To Be," the most cosy plase in this
city "The Golden Grotto."
The Bloomington Bulletin has a new
head-it is in exact imitation of The Cairo
Bulletin, and is a great improvement
upon its former one.
5000 Yards of Hamburg Edging at
50c on the Dollar at Stuarts.
Some stranger has established a can
vas photagraph gallery on the west side of
Commercial avenue, between Eighteenth
and Nineteenth streets.
A communication of interest to our
Irish citizens will be found in another
place in this morning's issue of The Bul
letin. It is signed "True Milesian."
The finest Soda and Mineral Water
Fountain in Southern Illinois is at "The
Gold. 11 Grotto."
We arc requested to say that if Mr. H.
Blom will consent to run for alderman in
the Second ward he will receive the unani
mous support of his many friends.
The army of the Tennessee, which has
been holding a grand reunion at Cincin
nati within the last week, has decided to
hold the next reunion at St. Louis, Mo., on
May 10th and tlth, Wl.
There is a move now on foot to have a
reunion of the 18th regiment at Anna, on
the 28th of May. Twenty years ago at this
date, the regiment was mustered into the
United States service by U. S. Grunt. .
We understand that Sheriff Hodges and
assistants put in a busy day yesterday, pre
paring copy for the printers, of the delin
quent list. This presages a busy time at
The Bulletin office for the next six days.
-The celebrated Quaker City (unlaun
dered) Shirt at $1.00, is absolutely the best
shirt for the money in tho U. S. We will
refund the money for any one of these
shirts that will prove unsatisfactory.
Through the kindness of Col. Taylor
we are permitted to publish some interest
ing facts concering the MisMs.-ippi river im
provements made at and immediately
above Cairo some time ago. The article
will be found on the first page ot this issue
of The Bulletin.
The Sir Knights of Cairo Commandery
No. lo", have concluded to celebrate Eas
ter Sunday in an appropriate manner in
the hull of the organization, over the Alex
ander County Bank. Notice to the Sir
Knights requesting their attendance have
already been issued.
A sociable will be given by the ladies
of the Methodist Episcopal church at the
residence of Mayor Thistlewood on Wed
nesday evening, the fourteenth instant.
Extensive prepnrutions are being made for
the occasion and a large attendance and
gooil time are expected.
Day before yesterday Deputy Guy
Morse took Mrs. Maiy Meyers, the woman
who was adjudged insane at the last term
of Alexander county court, to Anna, Ills.
She was not taken before because there
was no room for her, but it appears that,
in some way, the room was made.
James O'Connell, the man who,
through the kind assistance of Mr. Irvin,
was admitted into the-hospital a lew days
ago, died there day before yesterday and
was buried yesterday morning. His dis
ease seems to have been of a more serious
character than wus supposed by some.
Stuart's popular Dry Goods House now
offer 1000 dozens new Spring Hosier), from
5 cents to f 1.00 per pair. Elegant Brode-
quin Hose at 15 cents, worth 25 cents. 25
dozens plain Balbrigans, full regular 20
cents. See our line of Ladies' Lisle Thread
and Silk Hosiery, the most elegant goods
ever seen in this market.
-Officer Has. Martin at rested a man
named Frank Robertson, alias Sedt, last
Wednesday, who was wanted in Oceola for
participating in a shooting alf.iir. The of
ficer notified the authorities of Oceola of
Frank's capture, but, up to yesterday, hail
received no reply nor had any officer arrived
to take charge ot the prisoner.
A number of young trees hvo been
planted along the outside of Ohio levee,
between tho Illinois Central railroad com
pany's and Halliday Brothers' ware houses.
They stand directly across the front ol the
Halliday and when grown large and cov
ered with green foliage will set off the
grand hotel finely when viewtd irom the
The Cairo City Property Company has
sold about fifty acres of land within the city
of Cairo to the Cairo & Vincenncs and the
Mobile it Ohio H. It. companies. The former
has about twenty-one acres ami the latter
twenty-nine. Tho land lies along on the
inside of the Mississippi levee and will be
used by tho companies for their railroad
yards and depots.
Yesterday afternoon, about four
o'clock, the good steamer John A. Scudder
arrived in this port from New Orleans,
nfter being out from hero since tho 23d
ult. All tho Cairo excursionists that left
on her have returned, much improved in
health, spirits and experience, no doubt,
and will resume their daily routine of du
ties hero with a new relish.
-Everybody will probably remember
Captain Lloyd, who was for soiuo time
clerk of the steamer Junius S. Morgan, but,
for noma time past, car-tracer for the Iron
Moitnttiln railroad company at Bird's
Point. Ho has been suffering tor somo
time with inflammatory rheumatism, and
was yesterday brought over on the Bteamer
Morgan and taken to tho hospital here for
treatment. He is seriously afflicted.
' ltev. J. II. Waller will be present at
the quarterly meeting at Vicuna, Ills., and
begin a series of sermons, which will con
tinue through next week. He should have
a crowded house, as his sermons are Intel
lectual treats, as well as morally and relig
iously instructive." I Johnson County Jour
nal. Itev. Waller was connected with the
Methodist church of this city fir several
A member ot the numerous Murphy
family, whose christian name is William,
brought dishonor upon that noble cog
nomen yesterday by assuming too large a
cargo of the article that causeth "babbling'
and "redness of eyes." He was arrested
and taken before Judge Olmsted, who gave
him two hours in which leave the city. No
other police business was transacted in
In conversation yesterday with Mr. C.
Orth, an up town gardener, who is recog
nized as a niser and shipper of vegetables,
etc., on a large scale, he told us that he had
lost during the late frosty weather not less
than twenty-five thousand cabbage plants,
besides all his radishes and beets. The
other gardeners iu the city, of course, fared
likewise, which makes it sale to expect that
the Cairo vegetable crop will be about
three weeks later than usual.
The Iteform club meeting at the Tenth
street hall last Friday evening was well at
tended and short, but sweet. The weather
was quite an obstacle in the way ot a large
attendance, but the club was very well rep
resented. The exercises were about as us
ual iu respect to quality but were cut short
because of the meeting of the United Or
der ot Ancient Templars, which met in the
same room after the reform club hail ad
journed. The meeting of the Templars was
also shott, the business to be transacted be
ing but little. One new member was taken
in. Both meetings passed tiff very pleas
antly. The following is a copy of an invita
tion printed yesterday at The Bulletin
Mil. A NO M IIS. JOHN KOEHLKK
request the picu.-iire of your company at
Hall of the Bough and Heady Fire Co.,
April 25, m.
Ceremony at 9 p. m.
Mr. and Mrs. Koehler were married in
Cairo twenty-five years ago and John can
rightfully plume himself on being the
only German in the city who married and
has lived hen- twenty-five consecutive
The Illinois Central railroad tracks
have been planked up to Fourteenth street,
which will probably end the work. At
such places where teams cross it much the
tracks have been planked to the entire
breadth, in other places there is only one
plank on either of side of each rail and the
middle filled out with gravel. The sides,
all along the track have also been sloped
off with gravel making it, on the whole,
the best conditioned track in the city. At
Fourteenth street this work Iiils added
much to the convenience of teamsters, as
the road between toe track and the side
walk was hardly w ide enough for a single
team to pass. Now the track forms not the
slightest obstruction to vehicles anywhere
from Fourteenth to Second streets.
"And still they come." "It is never too
lute to do good." Our announcement column
this morning is graced by the name of Mr.
Charles Cunningham, as a candidate for
the office of city treasurer in the coming
municipal election. We could not, if we
would, say anything about Mr. Cunningham
that would not be to his credit. He is one
of Cairo's foremost business men, is a
thorough accountant, honest, gentlemanly
and in every way worthy of the honor lie
seeks. He is favorably known by every
voter in the city, having resided here for
many years. A better man than Mr.
Cuiininghnni is could not be found in the
city, and Mr. Kerth may congratulate him
self in having so worthy an opponent. If
Mr. Cunningham is elected the people will
never have reason to regret it.
We have the pleasure this morning of
announcing to the people, of the Fourth
ward that Alderman C. O. Paticr has con
sented to stand for re-election, in tho com
ing city contest, to the office he now holds.
In another place in this morning's Bulle
tin will be found his card, replying to tho
call made upon him through these columns
some days ago, and accepting tho honor of
again becoming a candidate. No better
proof of Mr. Patier's ability and general
worth could possibly bo found thau tho en
tire satisfaction ot his constituants, embod
ied in tho request for his continued service.
It is a universally acknowledged fact here
in Cairo that no ward in the city lias, at
any time, been better represented in the
city council than Ims the fourth sinco Mr.
Patier has been its representative. His
ability, energy, close attention to and gen
eral knowledge of the business of the city
are recognized by n w10 kllow hlu)(
particularly by the peoplo of tho Fourth
ward, who are desirous of keeping him
whore his services have boon so valuable
to them. As will bo seen from his card
Mr. Paticr had hoped to retire from public
life, being no longer a . young man and
PHIENJX DEUG STOEE,
GEO. JS. 0'PIA.HA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue )
aud Eighteenth Street. (
NO. ,M5 EIGHTH 8TKKET.
"THE OHEArEBT PLACE"
CALL TELEPHONE no. w.
having a large business of his own to at
tend to, but we feel sure that, having con
sented to make tho race again, he will, if
successful, be as model a public servant in
the future as he has been in the past.
Mr. William McIIale has announced
himsell in The Bcllktin, as a candidate
for aldennan from the First ward
in the next city election. He has
given much attention to public
affairs diirin;; his many years residence
here, particularly to what concerns his
ward, he knows exactly what is needed to
advance the general interests of the people
of the ward and is able to bring those needs
before the council in a manner that would
insure a consideration. Mr. McIIale is as
good a man us the people of the fust ward
could possibly select to represent them in
the city council and we have reason to be
lieve that the people recognize this fact
at any rate, if elected, he w ill prove to be
an able and energetic representative, aud
well worthy of the confidence placed in
The election for school trustee, held at
the Arab engine bouse yesterday was a
very secret and a very strange affair it
partook largely of the character of a huge
farce. But little notice of its ovcurrance was
given through the press of the city and no
candidates, so far as we know, had an
mumed themselves-, themselves; then-fore
but few people knew anything about it
and most of those who did know that it
was to come off were at a
loss to know whom to vote
for. But it seemed to be asumcd very
generally that Col. John Wood, the
then incumbent, and who had served
the people well in that capacity, would
stand lor re-election to the office and these
cast their votes for him. Others were told
that Mr. J unes Kinnetir, one of the clerks
of the election, was a candidate and these
casts their votes for him; others still select
ed their own candidates and cast their
votes variously. Col. Wood made no effort
whatever to regain the office he had so ac
ceptably tilled and, perhaps, had no idea
that he was being voted for. Mr. Kinnear,
likewise, made no effort to gain a single
vote and had in no manner authorized the
use of his name as a candidate.
He, too, was ignorant of the fact that he
was being voted fur, until after a number
of votes had been cast for him, when a col
ored voter, being asked who the candidate
was, n pli. d "Mist Jim Kinnear;" then the
truth dawned upon him aud the others
present that .some perton or persons were
playing a joke. And so it was. A num
ber of men made it their object to hunt up
voters; to give them ballots, telling them
to go and vote for Mr. James Kinnear,
which thev did. The result was that Mr.
Kinnear was elected school trustee
by 11 majority of two votes
ami we have no reason to believe
that the people will have any cause to re
gret the result. Mr. L. N. Meyers acted as
judge of the election and Messrs. W. L.
Bristol, William Neff ami James Kinnear,
as clerks. The number of votes cast was
two hundred and three, distributed as fol
lows: William Ludwig, one; A. Comings,
six; John Wood, ninety-seven and James
Kinnear, ninety-nine, giving the latter a
majority of two votes.
Cairo, April !), 1881.
M.'Mrn C. M. Omiirl'ih, (i.-u. O'lUrn. H. Wiilfh
nun ni'i', .i.i.nini.v, M. o iiminoi, F. Hticbrr,
A. Swolm.U, ,liio. lila.luey and others.
Gkntli.mi.n: Your kind rentiest for nip
to again become a Candidate fur ulilermiiri
of r our ward to hand, and whtlo I have
served our citizens ol the fourth ward in the
city council for nearly six years, had about
concluded to retire, but again being requst
ed by so many of you, to stand for re-election,
have concluded so to do, and can only
say should you re-elect me, that I will as
heretofore always work for tho interest ot
our ward and the city at large and for tho
protection of tho tax payers and working
men to the bent of my ability.
Yours Itespcctfully, C. O. Patier.
REAL ESTATE CHANGES.
SATURDAY, AI'HIL l)TH, 1881.
Ann E. Gilbert, et. al., to Henry Whit
camp; Bpcciul warranty deed, dated March
22d,1881, tor school lot numbered seven, p't
southeast, in section ten, tp seventeen, 8. w.
onew. Consideration two hundred and
Tuylor ami Parsons to Mrs. M. P. Strode;
special warranty deed, dated March 30th,
1881, for lot numbered nineteen, in block
numbered sixty-eight, in the city of Cairo.
Consideration one hundred dollars.
oeo. e. o hara,
J. C. CLA11K, PiiopniKToit.
Athirrtistmrnt in nnnfartil ( hmintu catj.)
of Jiit inn or in thn lolumn, ID trnlt tiuh -itrlion.
JOK RENT. Two furiiliihrd r.Miiim in a pli-amit
lornlity. Apply to Mm. Mam-berry, Tciilli itn-t
VOR RENT -Tin! Ili'lta Hotie. corner ot Third
tn-et and Com men tal Kn nii.'. H twen tlior-wiL-hly
repaired Internally and i iti rniilly. In ult
Dated only one lilni k Iriim all the riillr.md depot
and only two lilm k from the priiii ipal t amhout
lauding. Apply to W .M M. IIALh.
A COUKINO tTOV K fur ale.uith two .run pnta,
V l hake paim anil to ;-iu!iller: will l,e milj
Tor ti n doLar. Applyat Hiuli on i.lt i e.
1,HR KENT- Rni in, fmiiirl'i il i r in tmrMicil
with or illniut h.iiir.l, ul r -ax.i.r 1 ie ralm
Apply at lliillitiu hiillihi,-.
TANK STA'I KMKNT.
OK TIIK tOMHIIdV
Alexander Count v Hank.
Caiiui. I i.i... April Ith, 11.
Loan aud Dint-omit
Due from other bank .
I'. S, and other bond
ah on hand ."
Real Klatf. outtlt and furniture. .. .
Expenai. Including u-
... l'UOi ?!l
.. . Tl
Capital Mtx li paid Iu , jii ill
Surplu fund 7'M m
li. po.il. demaud .jr
Depo.ll. auill 1;, sl) ,y,
Iir.iunt 1.7 MJ
rrotitand lo -.I, in Kanilnj" JM
The above Mitement I true and correri.
F UliOSS. l-re-ldeM,
v , , J II W ELLS. Ca.hier.
suh-rrlbeil and nworn to iM.fore me thl 4th dar
of April, 11. ALFRED OMIN..H, '
hlOVE.S AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES A.VD STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer i
TIN, 'COPPER Jt SHEET-IKON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOU WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIER & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreet) f'.lll'A Til
Commercial Avenue J l allUj Hi
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
Sola by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Large Stock. Fresh (iooiIs
Just Received. Trices Lower
than ever. BARCLAY BROS.