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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Offle : Bulletin Building, Washington Avenue
IKTibRED AT TBS POST OFFIC IK CAIRO, IX
LINOIS, A IBOODD-CLAU MATTKH.
OFrivilAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNT?
LOCAL WEATHER K4.PORT.
Caibo. lit.. July iMBBlf
Tliuo. Bar. Tbar, Ham. Wind. Vel Weather.
l " ..(
i p.m SS.C7
ft p.Dl 29.0S
Mtilmnm Temperature. tl; ellntmoin Tern-
orator 75 ; Rain O.M) lnchea.
Ivor, iii feet l inches. Fall, 4 Inches
Hor'l Signal Corns, U. S A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, eight cents per line for
Brst and Ave ceuta pur Hue each subsequent liner
ti.tn. r'or one uionlb, Wlccnt per lino.
The Great TripleX.
"XXX Beer," the fiuest malt ptodue
tion ever brought to tins city, has juet been
received in large quantities by Sir. Louis
C. ' Herbert, near the corner of Eighth
6trtct and Commercial avenue. The
"trippIoX" is superior to any other beer in
the country, is a cool and healthy leaveragc,
which, once known, will be preferred to
every other brand. Call at Mr. Herbert's
and trv the "XXX."
Use The Cairo Bollktin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or fl.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is" Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakce, 111. Tcl
eph one No. 3. F. M. Ward.
Tna Howe Scale Co. enlarged their
works twice last year to meet the demand.
B ordeu, Sellcck & Co., General Agents,
Chicago, III. (5)
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cu red by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt. , 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
Buckleu's Arnica Salve.
The beBt salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kiuds of skin eruptions. This salve , ib
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For Bale by Geo. E. OTIara
On Saturday morning, at icu o'clock, the
old athetieuui building will be sold at
Auction to the highest bidder. Sale will
take pi ace on tbe premiavs.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by Tns Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed gtatiouery.
My patent adjustable HARROW is be
lieved to be the best, as well as the cheap
est harrow that has ever been offered to the
fanner. I sell a first cIubs standard two
horse harrow that will cattily harrow 20
acres in a day, for ten dollars, all complete.
They can be ordered by letter and shipped
according to directions warranted to give
satisfaction. Or, if a farmer wishes to
make it at home and save freight, and give
is just the size and weight he wants, I w ill
tell the plan with instructions and right
to mane one, ami send it by mail lor one
dollar. If village mechanics wish to make
u to supply inuir customers, i win give
them very favorable terms, and they will
have in addition the advantage, gamed by
saving freight. It is very simple and easy
to mane, oena iur circular ana mice
tlis. 8. Hutchiuson, Griggsville, Pike Co.,
Don't Forget The Nacc
Where you can get a hot meal at all times,
at any hour of the night as well as in the
day time, at Avinger's European Hotel,
next door to the City National Bank, 72
Commencing Saturday night, July 23rd,
the Illinois Central Railroad will run an
extra sleeping car between Centralia and
Chicago for the accommodation of travel
from Cairo. Passengers leaving at 4:20
p. m. get Blecper at Centralia 8 :50 p. m.
A. II. Hanson,
Oen'l Pass. Agt.
Notice to Contractors.
t Proposals will be received by the under-
iiw18,0'01' P- "".Monday August
1st, 1B81 for furnishing and delivering on
limits of Cairo, at t,rruination of Sycamore
street, to the new iron bridm over Caclm
river, sufficient gravel to covnr said road 10
leet wide, and 12 inches dep in center
sloping to a depth at the sides of s uvXi.t
Parties must state in their bids the price
per cubic yard, the kind of gravel, whether
washed or conglomerate, and also the por
tion of the road they propose togravelt The
gravel must bo of good quality for the pur-
le and satisfactory to the undersigned or
such person as he may designate to receive
the same. Contractors will be required to
commence at the southerly end of their
Ctfo'ract and complete as tbey work north
ward. The right is reserved to reject any
ana an oidf. Tuos. w. IIalliday,
Chairman of the County Board Alexander
Cairo, la, July 31,1881.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer i the
marvel of the age for all Netve Disease",
All tits stopped free. Send to 1)3 1 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In ttteiia com mm, ion cauls per line,
each Insertion. Harked
-Smoke Schuh's '-Gilt Edge."
Blank chattel mortgages for sale by
the piece or by the quire at The Bulletin
Harry Walker's Comique band drew a
crowd of people to the lower portion of the
city last nijjht. The music was splendid.
All the Chicago evening papers pub
lished 'cxtras" when the telegraph an
nounced that President Garfield had taken
The front of Mr. J. Burger's dry goods
establishment is one of the most ornamental
and handsome iu the city. Everybody ad
A. son of exceeding lnvlinc&s made his
appearance in the family of Mr. Mathcw P.
Walsh, Jr., yesterday afternoon, at four
Largo invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes all colors, sizes 5, 0, 6J and 10
iust received at The Bulletin office,
Get samples and prices. "
Steagsla Bro' n below Sixth
street is hereafter to be known as the
Parlor Saloon, as the new, attractive sign
Check books, order liooks, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at The
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom."
Yesterday at noon tho street railway
had been laid down Twenty-eighth to Po
plar street, and since then the track has
been progressing on its way down town.
The curbing for the west side of Com
mercial avenue, between Seventh and
Eighth streets, is on tho ground ready to
le placed in position.
--The steamer John B. Maude came into
port alwut eight o'clock last night and il
lumined the city's river front with her
Mr. Thomas Kean yesterday put men
to work tearing down the old atheueum.
The workof tearingdown and removing will
occupy, perhaps, tho balance of this week.
-Commission merchants seem to b; in
the midst of what they call "Fly time."
They amuse themselves and pass the time
(some them do), playing "seven up" for
The name of the negro who killed his
fellow prisoner in the Paducahjail on Sun
day, a detailed account of which ap
pears eisewnere in tnis paper was
Levy Bolden, that of his victim was John
Messrs. Phillips and Goodyar are fit
ting up a room in the rear end of the brick
building, at the northwest corner of Tenth
street and Washington avenue. An awning
will be erected to keep the sun out. When
finished, it will be occupied as a butcher
shop by the Lawrence Brothers.
Yesterday men were put to work on
the sidewalk on tho Bouth Bide of Eighth
street. When finished, it will be one of thn
best pieces of walk in tho city, hecausu the
material used is good and tho bed has been
made firm by being so long walked over.
Three car loads of new telephone poles
arrived yesterday. The new instruments
have also arrived and been distributed. A
new and perfect telephone exchange is now
expected by tho subscribers, who are all
very impatiently hoping for the speedy ac
complishment of tho change.
The 4:10 o'clock train on the Illinois
Central railroad did not leave here until
8:35 o'clock on Saturday night, and when
it reached Makanda the engine, from some
cause unknown, jumped the track. All but
two of the cars also left the track and were
more or less demolished. No one was seri
Avery quid wedding took place last
night in the parlor of Father Mastersoti, of
tho St. Patrick's church. The parties to
the contract were Mr. Charles Hewitt and
Miss Nellie Median, both well known and
respectablo young people of Cairo. Mr.
Hewitt is and has been for some years in
the employ of the Cairo & Vinccnnes rail
road. Joy be with them.
The people, living on Commercial ave
nue, between Eigntecnth and Nineteenth
strectB, clubbed together yesterday and had
the avenue sprinkled between the streets
named. Tho water was obtained from the
tank of the Illinois Centrail railroad com
pany on Ohio levee, and conveyed to and
spread over the avenue by means of hose
and a nozzle from the Delta engiuh bouse.
The family of Profossor Alvord will
make their home in Chicago. Tho many
friends of the professor will be glad to
know that his change from Cairo to Chica
go was in his favor by a largo majority, and
that no inducements could be offered him
sufficiently attractive to make him desire
to return to Egypt as a superintendent of
SCll (Mil 8.
Tho Paducah Enterprise comes out
with its last issue in tho form of a quatto.
Ii sppcaranco it is about as good
U ever was, but, in the amount of its
reading matter, it is much improved. Tho
EnterpiUuhiw always been characterized
by what its namo ln.lictu, and deserves
tho financial success which this improved
change in its form proves to have been at
tending the efforts of its editor, John B.
CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MORNING, JULY
The raffle for that horse and buggy
was not settled as it was expected it would
boon Sunday; uor was It decided yester
day. The reason is that during Captain
Jno. Hodges' absence some one, who was
not authorized to do so, threw for
him. It is likely that the
four gentlemen who threw thirty-nine
each, will begin anew and thus nettle the
matter. The contest will probably take
place to day,
- Some thief or thieves have stolen tho
rubber bumpers from the engine of the Hi
bernian fire company, while it wasBtanding
in tho engine house, and unless they are
again supplied in tinio for the next fire, it
is likely that one of the engine's
breaks will be injured. The thief
is doubtless one of the many mischievous
boys, who are in tho habit of hanging
around the engine house and meddling
with tho property of tho company. These
youngsters should be given to understand
that they nave no business there at any
time. Judge llarker is at home and giving
his injurod arm all due attention. Ho has
vecoverd from tho shock given to his sys
tem when the accident occurred, hut is, of
course, as yet unable- to perform tho duties
of his office, or any other duties. It is be
lieved that he will rover again bo able to
uso his injured arm in the performance of
any manual labor whatever, it is fortunate,
therefore, that it is not the right arm that
was hurt. The judge has entailed the du
ties of his office upon Judges Browning
and Baker, who are having more tlian they
cau well atteud to.
The Young People Temperance Club
met at Reform hall lost night. The mem
bership was well represented. Miss Jen
nie Wright, the new president, presided.
The exercises consisted ot a well read selec
tion by Miss Louisa Vincent; an interesting
recitation by Miss Alice Henderson; a
beautiful vocal solo by Miss II at tie McKee,
and the reading of tho third edition of the
"Temperance Spice Box," ably edited and
read by Misses Maud Ritteuhouse and
Mhble Deitrich. The exercises were con
cluded with a moonlight walk on the
boulevards and ice cream at Saup's.
The muximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tenn., 90; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 87; Davenport, Iowa, 81 ; Dubuque,
Iowa, 77; Keokuk, Iown, 84; LaCrossc,
Wis., 71; Leavenworth, Kss., 82; Louis
ville, Ky., 1)0; Memphis, Tenn., 8!); Nash
ville, Tenn., 01; Omaha, Neb., 80; Pitts
burg, Pa., 10; Shreveport, La., 00; St.
Louis, Mo., 85; St. Paul, Minn., 71; .Vicks
burg, Miss., 94; North Platte, Neb., 78;
Bismarck, Dak., 70; Dodge City, Kan., 87;
Yankton, Dak., 70.
Of August Vennor speaks in hia
almanac as follows: "August, in striking
contrast to the same month in 1880, looks
decidedly moist, and will probably rcsem-
le that of 1877 in Canada and the United
States. The month will enter warm, but
cooler, and rather unseasonable weather
may occur on the 4th and 5th, after which I
sultry and stormy weather will again set in.
Thuuder nud lightning aud hail storms arc
are likely to cause considerable damage
over wide-spread areas, both in Canadaand
the United States, especially in western sec
tions and the month again promises to re
tenible that of the year 1877."
Tho pump n Foureenth street,
between Walnut and Cedar streets,
needs the attention of some one.
Not that the pump is out of order, fur tbe
surroundings give ample evidence that such
is not the case; but it is being much mis
used to the great injury of the street. The
children of the colored families living in
the neighborhood mike it a point to pump
water whenever nothing else suggests itself
to their fertile brains and this practice has
been kept up so long and so persistently
that the street has been made, not only im
passable, but dangerous for teams to use.
A deep muddy ridge extends from the pump
to adistance of almuttwohundrodfeetalong
the centre of the street; in places, hogs have
wallowed in it, creating wls of muddy
water about a yard square and not less than
two and a half feet deep. The attention of
the street committee is respectfully called
to this dangerous nuisance. .
A 'change has taken place in tho
Bloomington Bulletin office by which tho
stock of the mnc'rn has
been increased, aud Hon. Goo.
R. Wendliug is admitted as business
malinger and assistant editor. The follow
ing from tho Bulletin explain the arrange
ment: Yesterday afternoon, at a meeting
of tho stockholders of tho Bulletin, by a
unanimous vote, the cnpitol stock of tho
company was increased $10,000. Mr.
Goo. U, Wendliug subscribed for seven
thousand live hundred dollars ol this stock
at par, Mr. John H. Oberly taking, in addi
tion to the five thousand dollars now owned
by him, the remaining two thousand five
hundred dollars at par. Subsequently, at
a meeting of the board of directors, nn ar
raiigetneiit wits consummated by which
Mr. Wendliug will unite with Mr. Oberly
in manugiiig and editing the paper, tho ar
rangement to take effect at a date hereafter
to bo announced."
m On Sunday a great ileal of excitement
was created in Paducah by tho killing of
two negro prisoners in tho county Jail. Tho
circumstances am about as follows: Tho
two negroes in question occupied colls
one above the other, and tins one below
heard the one above making efforts to es
cape by filing away tho bars, Ho told a
colored womun who was waiting upon tho
prisoners of this, and the woman
informed tho jailer, who thereupon
removed the negro from above into tho
same cell with tho informer. Previous to
his removal this negro had mado threats
against the life of the Informer, but it was
not thought that he would carry out
the threats, particularly as thero were no
weapons in the cell with which ho colli
make the attempt. But on Sunday cries of
murder and help were heard to issue from
the cell in which the two were confiueii
and when the jailor, sheriff and county
judge went to ascertain the trouble
tliev found tho neero had made
good his threat and. killei
his campanion with an iron rod he had torn
from the Bedstead, Tho sheriff unlocked
the door and ordered the murderer out, but
he refused to open tho door and, when tho
sheriff' opened it and attempted to enter, ho
received a blow on tho hand, which causcc
him to drop his pistol. The black villain
was about to strike again, but was killei
by two shots fired by tho jailer ami judge
before he could accomplish his purpose
Tho affair caused such great excitement
that tho newspapers of tho city issue;
extras for the information of their readers
Paducah Enterprise: "Cairo, by a lit
tie enterprise and liberality, has secured tho
location ot the Singer sewing machine man
ul'acturing coinpimy'a works, which will
when in full blast, increase the Egyptian
city in population, 2,500 or 3,000 in a short
time. Will Paducah ever come to life am
realize that it is sometimes more 'bk'ssei
to give than to receive.' Cairo gave the
company grounds upon winch to elect
their buildings which was but little, but it
will prove 'bread cast upon tho wateis.1 ',
The Enterprise is right in saying that the
Singer sewing machine company has su
cured grounds in tins city upon
which it will erect extensive sewiug
machine works aud that in consequence of
this the population of the city will be in
creased by from two to three thousand;
but it it is not right when it says that
"Cairo gave the company grounds upon
v.hich to erect their buildings." Cairo did
not give nor oiler to give the company any
thing. In fact Cairo was the only place
that had tieen visited by the agents ot the
company that refused to give anything
whatever. Every other town visited by tho
agents in Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
offered donations of ground, freedom from
taxation for a certain number of years, and
olner inducements if tho company would
consent to establish itself there; but these
offers wero all refused and tho agents came
to Cairo, solected the ground they wanted,
paid for it, and will erect tveir
building at their own expense.
It is true that the city sold the company
ground at a reasonable price; that Messrs.
IIalliday sacrificed some property
that they could not well
spare, and that the Cairo Trust
Property company, besides selling it a
tract of land at a greatly reduced price,
granted the company free wharfage; so it
will be seen that, aside from tho bust named
free wharfage, the company paid for all
that it got. That which caused the com
pany to pay a reasonable price for property
here, in preference to accepting it as gift
in a number of other places, wits
Cairo's location and its railroad facilities.
The company saw that Cairo and vicinity
could furnish it with an inexhaiistablc sup
ply of tho raw material used in the manu
facture of its sewing machines, aud that
Cairo's rivers and railroads would enable it
to Bhip its manufactured goods, at the
cheapest possible rates, to every part of tho
United States, or the world, for that mat
ter. These two points, raw material and
shipping facilities, so important to manu
facturing establishment of every charac
ter, Cairo possesses above all other cities in
the great west, ami this fact is just becom
ing kuown to tho manufacturers of the
country. That Cairo will become, within
the next few years, one of the large and im
portant cities in the country, has ceased to
bo a matter for jest, but is an assured fact.
"CRIPPLED FOR LIFE IN AN IN
STANT." "A boy uamed Burt Ellis was run over
and seriously injured by a freight train of
tho Wabash railroad at the Union depot
yesterday afternoon, r.bout two o'clock.
Thero were no witnesees to tho accident,
but according to the statement of tho Ixiy
ho was crossing tho train, which bad been
Btauding still on the track, when it sudden
ly started up with a jolt and ho fell down
between the cars. Besides sustaining some
internal injuries, his orm was ho badly
crushed as to require amputation. Ho
stated that ho was thirteen years old, and
that he lived with his parents in Cairo. Ho
said that their home was at the corner of
Eleventh and Walnut streets In that city.
Officer Buck, who investigated tho case,
learned that engine No. 2 was hauling the
train when the accident happened. Tho
boy was sent to tho city hospital and a
telegram Rent to his parents notifying them
to his mishap."
Tho alxive appeared m tho St, Louis Re
publican of Sunday and is subHtanclally
true, Mr. Ellis received a dispatch from
St. Louis Sunday afternoon, at four
o'clock, stating that his son had
been run over and seriously
injured, though to what extent was not
stated. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis loft the same
afternoon for St. Louis. Young Burt has
been in St. Louis for several weeks on
a visit, A dispatch received here yester
clay morning by Mr. Eugono Ellis stated
that tho injured boy was resting easy and
would probably recover. This is a sad
blow to Mr. Ellis and family and tbey have
the sympathy of the community,
Charles Young was arrested by Officer
George Olmsted for disorderly conduct.
Magistrate Comings fined him five dollars
G. W. f lauigan and Archie Vowell were
both drunk. They were arrested by Officer
Kinncar and taken to Magistrate Comings
for trial and fined one dollar and costs
Mrs. F. Korsmcyer is reported to he ill.
Mrs. Fishback has returned her from
visit to Sheboygan.
Justice J. H. Robinson has returned
from his visit to Chicago.
Miss Eva Shepherd is visiting friends in
New Haven, III.
Mrs. Thomas Farran has returned from
her visit to Jackson, Tenn.
Mr. P. II. Schuh is back from Chicago.
Mrs. W. P. Wright left for Waukesha on
Wednesday to be gone some weeks.
Miss Msttie Pctrio goosto Ballard coun
ty, Ky., on vsit of a week or more soon.
Miss Mollie Hoebinson, who has been
visiting in the city, returned to her home in
Champaign yesterday afternoon.
Mr. George L. Jackson, of Vandalia, is In
the city visiting Mr. M. Eastcrday and
family. He will be here several weeks.
Mr. Will Emery, Geo. Williams m and
about one dozen others of the Cairo excur
sionists to Chicago returned again on Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mrs. O. II ay thorn, Mrs. E. A. Duder, Mrs.
Thomas Sloo and a number of other citi
zens of Cairo were on the incoming Nar
row Gauge excursion train from Alto Pass
- -Next Sunday Rev. B. Y. George
preaches his last sermon before taking his
vacntion. He is not ccrtaiu where he will
spend the vacation, but will probably spend
a short time in Dixon Springs.
At a meeting of the congregation in
the Presbyterian church last night, it was
decided to sustain the determination of tho
ladies of the congregation to have tho
church papered. The work will cost about
two hundred dollars and will probably be
done by a Chicago firm.
The country's patient is somewhat bi tier
than he was at the previous reports, all
though there are grave doubts of bis recov
ery. The dispatches received hero yes
terday read as follows:
Wasiunoton, July 25,8:30 a. in. The
president passed a more comfortable night
and has had no rigor since that reported ia
yesterday's bulletin. Ho is doing well this
morning. Pulse !iJ, temperature 1)0, res
Watminoton, D. C, July 2."), 7 :40 p. in.
Tho president has done well during the
day. His afternoon fever did not come on
until 3 p. a. It was somewhat higher
than yesterday, but there has been no chill.
At noon his pulso was 101: temperature,
08 1-10; respiration, 24.
RKAL ESTATE CHANGES.
Monday jli.y 25th, 1881.
Joseph M. Baiso to Mathew Loflin, quit
claim deed, dated July 25th, 1881, for lot
nine in block eighteen, und lots eleven and
twenty-nine, in block fifty-five, in the city
County clerk of Alexander county to
Geo. Fisher; tax deed, dated July 25th,
1881, for lots seventeen and eighteen, in
block one, in the third addition to the city
City of Cairo to It. S. Yocum; deed,
dated July 18th, 1881, for lot three, in
block six, in railroad addition to the city of
County clerk of Alexander county to M.
C Crawford; tax deed, dated July 10th,
1881, for lot eleven in block fifty-one, in the
city of Cairo.
M. C. Crawford to Emma Yost; quit
claim deed, dated July Kith, 1881 for lot
eleven in block fifty-one, in the city of
J. E. Lightner and E. Julia Bieese and
husband to John Gates; quit claim deed,
dated Juno 2!)th, 1881, for south half of
northeast quarter and south halt of south
east quarter ol section thirty-five, township
fourteen, range two.
James C. Lightner and wife to John
Caiiio, III.. July 22th, 1881.,
Present -His Hon. Mayor Thistlewood
and Aldermen Blake, IIalliday, Mm-
brough, Pittier, Saup, Swoboda, and
Absent-Hinklo, Hughes and Pottit-3.
Tho Mayor statod tho object of tho moet
nir to l) for tho consideration of petition
for removing frame building in tho flro
Petition of Mrs.S. Williamson to remove
tramn building, etc. was presented and read
at length. On motion of Alderman Blake,
petition received and the prayer granted.
On motion of Alderman Wood council
adjourned. Thos. W. IIalliday,
City Cerk, Protem.
A Fool Once More.
"For ten years my wife was confined to
her bed with such a complication of ail
ments that no doctor could tell what was
the matter or cure her, and 1 used up a
small fortune in humbug stuff. Six months
ago I saw a U. S. flag with Hop Bitters on
it, and I thought I would be a fool once
mote. I tried it, but my lolly proved to bo
wisdom. Two bottles cured her, she is now
as well and strong as any man's wife, and
it cost me only two dollars. Such folly
pays. II. W., Detroit, Mich. Free Press.
The Doctors Disagree
As to the best methods and remedies, tor
tho euro of constipation and disordered
liver and kidneys. But those that have
used Kidney-Wert, agree that it is by far
tho best medicine known. Its action is
prompt, thorough and lasting. Don't take
pills and other mercurials that poison tho
system, but by using Kidney-Wort restore
the natural action of all the organs New
ACOOKINO 8T; VK for wile, with twolrnn pot
two hake puna ami two i;nd,l!t-: will be nld
fur ti ll doliara. Apply at Ilulletln i!llc!.
OPENED JUNK FIRST.
It lieitoatod In Pope County, Illlnoia. In a npur
of the Ozark Mountains, ball way hctwei-n Vienna
and Oolconda. lm
AIR COOL AND BRACING,
ICE IN ABUNDANCE. Tne table ia iurid
with all tbe riellcaciea of IH acaann. 'He
atur are mineral, appetizing and bealth elviui;,
and tbclr beteflcla! vflixta ar f.-i t Immediately.
J. H. BUOWN, Proprietor.
HE CITY NATIONAL BANK
CAPITAL, 8 100.000
W. P. IIAI.LIDAY, President.
H. L. IIALLIDAY. Vlre-Prpaldunl.
THUS. W. IIALLIDAY, Cahlr.
a ITAlTHTATLOR, W. P. I1ALL1DAT,
BINRT t. UALMlnr, R. B. CUKNISeUAM,
. b. 'tM.UMaoN, ftTIPBtll BIRD,
a. a. oasnii.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bomlu
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Detolu recti ved and general tnkliio"'n8r
Bknj. F. GiiAirroN, 8tpiy B. Ladd
Halbkht E. Pa'a'E
Lalo CoinmlaaioiKv of Patcnm,
P A T E N T S
PAINE, GRAFTON A LADD,
Attornuv at-Lnw and Solicitor of A nurtcaa and
Hi Fin'H STREET, WAftniNOTON.D. C.
Practice patent law In all Ita hranr.hes In th
Put-nt Office, aud In the Hunreme and I Ircuit
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