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TJIK DAILY CAIRO BULLKTIN: SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBEK 2, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
nillre : KatlPtln Bulldlnc, Wuhlnrfcm Atoo
BNTKKK.D AT TUB POST om IK CAIRO, IL
LINOI8, AS BKOOND-CLAB8 MATTE.
HfKlviAL PAPKROF CITV AND COUHTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column. elKUt cnt Per No for
firm ami five cunt ter Mua each iiibwMraaiit lnier
liou. for one inoulli, SOcenU porltne.
A. neat cottage. Apply at Tub Bulletin
building, up stairs.
St. Louis Fair and Fxposition, October
3d to 8th.
T1IK ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD
Will Bull excursion tickets to St. Louis and
return at one park for the round trip.
Commence sale of tickets Saturday, Oct.
1st, and continue until 8th. Good to re
turn until Mouday, Oct. 10th, inclusive.
.1 am hi Johnson, A. II. Hanson,
(ien'l Agt, Cairo. Gen'l Tass. Agt.
Messrs. Jesse Ilinkle & Son, 70 Ohio
Levee, nro prepared to furnish at retail all
kinds of fresh meats at the lowest prices
and deliver the same free of chargo to all
parts of the city. Orders for meats by tele
phone No. 119, will hnvo prompt attention.
Anchor Firo Company's Hall.
The hull which was to have been given
by the Anchor Fire Company at its hall'on
last Tuesday, and which was postponed bo
cause of tho funeral of President Garfield,
will be given by the company at its ball on
r'nninii'iviiil .avenue. . between Twenty-
seventh and Twenty-eighth Btreets on next
Tuesday night, October 4th.
By order of tho committee.
TIIKKK HUNDRED MKN
To win k on a railroad, wages $1.50 per
day, board fU.50 per week. For further
information see C. Mauley, Court House
Hotel, Cairo, I ;;.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by tho 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 ieo is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co., Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 1)2. F. M. Ward.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
ut De Baun 8 fit! Ohio Leyee.
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Human Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (3)
The U. S. Government uses Howe Scales.
Send for catalogue to Borden, SeJleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
Ubo The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale nt the oflice, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to tho dozen books. 10 cont8 each
or $1.00 per dozen.
in cans at De liaun's.
For Sale at Greenfield's Landing:.
I oiler for sale my store house, residence,
and three acres of laud. Tho store is lOz
70, and dwelling comprises 5 rooms and
kitchen. The location is first-class for busi
ness. A county road passes on each side ot
the place. For particulars apply to
John Tanner, Greenfield's Landing, Mo.
Fresh arrival of Select Oysters at Avin
gcr ATharp's Restaurant and European Ho
tel, Ohio Levee, next to City National Bank,
every day, and served up to order in tho
best style, cooked or raw, at any hour of day
or night. Also for sale at lowest market
prices, by can or quart, for family use.
in cans at De Baun's.
A Fine Farm
TO LEASE KOR A TKRM OK YEARS.
I will lease my farm at Pulaski 10 miles
from Cairo, to a good tenant for a term of
years. I he farm is rich bottom and tun
Lered upland, good for fruit and early
gardening; two living springs of water that
have shown no signs of railing this prosent
dry season; new two story dwelling of 7
rooms within five minutes walk of railroad
depot, postoflko and telegraph office;
mineral water as good ns the best can be
obtained by driving. At a little expense
a fish pond fed by living water can be
made and stocked with native fish. The
wheat crop this season yielded 15 bushels
to the aero and corn will yield 30 btiBhels to
the acre. As a dairy farm, tho place is un
equaled. New farm implements, cows,
horses, etc. will bo sold with tho lease it
desired. Parties are invited to visit tho
place or address me by letter.
E. M. Lowk, Pulaski, Ills.
Enquiries may be made atTiJE Bulletin
olliec or of J. H. Metcalf, Cairo, Ills.
at De Baun'a W5 Ohio Levee.
Uvvkr ok tur Cairo Street Rt. Co.
tw CA,lw'lll 'pt. 23d, 1881.
The first annua meeting ot tho stock-
n . ? , i .C.'iiro, HUwt R&Hway Co.
will be held on Monday, tho third day of
October proximo, at three o'clock p. m.
nt tho depot office of said company. All
stockholders are respectfully requested to
attend, as a new board of directors are to
bo elected and such other business trans
acted as may come beforo the meeting.
Tuomas Lewis, Bec'y.
Oysters by the Can
at Do Baun's 50 Ohio Levco.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In theno coiumni, tun o nin per Hue,
etch Insertion. Marked
Hattio S. an elegant Hinall Havana
ciyar, at Schuh's.
-The biggest bill yet offered is on the
boards of tho Comiqne for next week.
River news will bo found on first page.
Soo our al! Wool Dress Goods at L'O
Meat consumers should read the notice
of Messrs. Hinklc A Son in special locals
See announcement of excursion rateB
to St. Louis via the Illinois Central, in
Mr. Charlie Grace and Miss Ida Ter
rell, of Blandville, Ky., will be married in
that town this morning.
A littlo child of R. Junes, an employe
of tho Illinois Central railroad, was buried
at Villa Ridge yesterday.
Sec our great bargains in Ribbons,
No. 0, Satins and Gros Grain, 10 cents;
No. 4, 5 cents. Stuart.
-Rumor has it that the Dongola fiend,
Hazel, who so brutally killed littlo Mollie
Dalton, was captured in Kentucky a few
Dr. Wm. II. Marean has had to post
pone building his residence for a short
time, on account of being unable to pro
"The Weekly Three States" will be the
suggestive namo ot tho republican paper to
bo started in this city by two ot our prom
inent colored men.
' There is already talk that President
Arthur will be a candidate to succeed him
self in 1884. This strikes us as being
quite too previous.
It is feared that Judge Darker will
havo to submit to the amputation r,f his in
jured arm, as the wound reluses to heal in
spito of the etTorts of eminent surgeons.
Ha! Hal Ha! Ha! I urn a sinner,
and so areyoott, if you don't go straight to
the City Shoo Store, after school shoes for
your boys and girls. 140 Commercial av
enue. Great attraction at tho Comique. The
best bill of the season. Don't fail to go.
"Congestion of the brain brought on
by over study," was the verdict of a Lon
don jury at an inquest on the body of a
child four years old. But what business
has a four years child in school, anyway?
The gardncrs up town through whose
lands the Cairo and St. Louis railroad is to
run in accordance with its new line, iiave
already mado preparations for its passage
by removing their fences and enclosing
their fields in two sections.
Great bargains in Hosiery, Gloves and
Underwear at Stuart's Reliable Dry Goods
House. See our 3-button Kid Glo 3 for So"
cents. Agents for the Foster Kid, in
ladies and gents. Stuart.
A dwelling house, tho property of W.
R. Iloopaw, now of this city, burned at
Pulaski last Saturday morning. Mr. John
Stewart waB occupying the bouse, and be
escaped, with his family, but many of their
effects were burned. There was some in
surance on the house.
The OTIara and Smith mare, "Julia,"
won four races at tho Sparta fair Friday,
making it in 2:27, 2:30 and 2:30. She
beat the famous St. Louis mare, "Lady Fox."
She met with equally brilliant successes ut
Jonesboro and Murphysboro. She will try
her speed at Pickneyville next.
Wo would respectfully call the atten
tion of all gentlemen to our immense stock
of winter boots and shoes, which com
prises all the latest English, French and
American styles. We have six diilercnt
widths and can fit any toot,unless deformed.
The City Shoo Store, 140 Commercial
Tho decision of tho Illinois supremo
court upon tho acts of the legislature under
the new election amendment to the con
stitution of the state, sustains tho
position taken upon this question by The
Bulletin, and proves that The Bulletin
is an authority in matters of law, which
may be safely followed.
Mr. Geo. W. Chellett will sell his
Household Goods and Furniture at auction
on Tuesday, October 4th, 1881. Sale to
take place at 0:30 o'clock a. m., ut his
residence, corner Washington avenue and
Fourth street. A fine lot of almost new
furniture will bo sold without reserve.
John A. Reeve, Auctioneer. .
The attention ot all buyers of genfs
furnishing goods is called to our enlarged
assortments of white and fancy .shirts, un
wear, collars, ties, Ac. See our great bir-
gains in gents flat scarf, at 25 cents, worth
73 cents, gents full regular' English hose
20 cents, a great bargain.. All wool scarlet
knit undershirts at $1.25, would be cheap
at $1.50. Gents -all linen collars for 10
On Thursday, Friday and Saturday of
this week Mrs. 8. Williuisoh, the Seventh
street milliner, will treat tho public to a
grand opening at her elegant new estab
lishment back of Winter's block. She ex
pects to inako a display of goods such as
has never boon equaled in this city uk far as
variety and brilliancy arc concerned. Her
establishment having been newly furnished
and being crowded with fancy goods, pre
sents an attraction to tho ladies of the city
which they muBt find it dillicult to resist.
Mrs. Williamson calls particular attention
to her itock of "Poster" kid gloves and to
her new beavers and plmhes.
- -The soinbro black is coming down in
St, Louis, and tho oraugo, red and blue,
colors of the Veiled Phophets, aro going
tip to take its place. This is right nnd
proper; to mourn for Garfield it is not
necessary to retain tho outward symbol on
the walls and it would bo out of taste to
keep such sign up in a week of festival.
- r,0 dozen Boys and Misses School
Shoes; every pair warranted. Soo our
Ladies Button Boot, worked button-holes
and warranted, for 13.50. Stuart.
Friday evening Miss Nellio Howe, a
girl about thirteen years of ago, was play
ing with other young folks on top of a
wood shed, back of her home, in number
four Winter's row, when she accidentally
fell from tho roof of tho shed to tho ground,
a distance of ten feet, and, besides severely
spraining one of her ankles, sustained some
minor injuries in tho face. Sho was nearly
all right again yesterday, however.
A meeting of tho republican county
central committee of Tulaski county is call
ed at Mound City, Illinois, for Tuesday,
October, 4th, at 2 o'clock, p. in. to deter
mine the question of calling a convention
for the purpose ot nominating a candidate
for states attorney, and county commission
er, "and to do all such other business as
will properly suggest itself to the commit
tee." Big bill at tho Comique next week.
-The C. A St.L. R. R. will run a train
to-morrow leaving St. Louis at tho usual
hour, arriving at Cairo at 4:30 p. m. Tho
excursion train leaves tho Union Depot at
7 :40 a. m. sharp. Tickets to East St. Lwuis
and return f 3. Tickets good until ami in
cluding the 8th. Tickets will also be sold
to local stations for one faro for round trip
good to return on any train during the
week from St. Louis.
-There is much talk to the cflcc.t that Mr.
Blaine will be given tho English mission,
and Mr. Lowell, our present minister there,
will be made secretary of state. Since it is
certain that Mr. Blaino will leave tho cabi
net, the country might bo very glad to seo
him thus honored, but there will be regret
that It necessitates tho recall of Mr. Lowell,
lie has represented our government at the
court of St. James with efficiency and tact,
and is a credit to Americans.
-A largo number of our
German citizens gathered at Washington
Hall last night in accordance with invita
tions extended to them by Mr. John
.Schools, the proprietor, for the purpose of
celebrating the twenty-filth anniversary of
the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Schools their
silver wedding day. No presents were
brought because Mr. Schools had signified
his unwillingness to receive any, intending
that the occasion should bo more ono of the
greatest pleasure to his friends than ot
profit to himself. A magnificent supper,
music and refreshments of all kinds, were
furnished to the guests and the enjoyment
was, as it could not helpbeing, general ond
unalloyed. Mr. and Mrs, Schools were the
recipients of many hearty congratulations
from their many friends.
Tho General Manager of the Iron
Mountain Division of Goulds Southwestern
system has returned from his trip to Texas
and reports tho Texas and Pacific com
pleted to a point 704 miles west ot Tex
arkana, and that fifty miles of new road
were received yesterday; an inspection hav
ing previously been made. There aro but
125 miles yet to be completed to take the
track to El Paso. The contract calls for tho
completion of this distance by 12 o.clock
on the night of December 31, 1881, but it
now looks as though the hist rail will be
laid in El Paso in time to let the laborers
eat their Christmas dinners in that city. It
is contemplated that fully seventy miles of
track will bo laid in tho next thirty days,
un average of 2J miles per day, something
very rarely accomplished in railroad con
struction. The up town people arc Buffering ex
cruciatingly, but not silently, tho terrible
infliction placed upon them in that fog
whistle on the new incline engine. Tho
si mud (.f the whistle is awfully trying to
them and never fails to break tho stillness
of the night just when tho people would
drop into their sweetest slumbers. Tho en
gineer seems to take special delight in pull
ing the string that lifts tho lever that frees
the steam that blows that confounded
whistle; and he has it down to a scientific
basis. He pulls tho string gently at first,
then struiigcnintil thell force of steam
is emitted, and then lets it gradually
slacken again; and all tho while, it may
bo imagined, his faeo is overspread with a
diabolical grin, thoVamoas Ilartman would
show if ho had tho czar of Russia in ono of
those patent electrical torturing chairs nnd
had his thumb on tho knob, the pressing
of which turns on tho battery. Tho result
ol tho engineer's action is, at first, a low
ut loud wail which gradually rises and
increases in force until it reaches a piercing,
screeching sound that permeates every
nook of the city, and causes every muscle
in every human body to contract as with
an electric shock, and every nerve to hop
about in perfect frenzy. Tho screeching
lasts just a minute, and then dies away as
gradually us it roso and ends in a soul stir-
ing groan. Theso horriblo sounds occur at
un interval of about twenty minutes in tho
night and an hour during tho day. Thus
the people, up town especially, aro torturod,
und therefore they all unite in a fervent
prayer to the gods and to tho Illinois Cen
tral railroad company to deliver thorn of
this, the cause of their greatest suffering.
M. J. Howloy offers a good lot on
Twenty-first Htreet for sale cheap.
Mis. S. Williamson has fitted up tho
liandsomnst millinery and fancy store, ever
seen in Cairo. Sho expects to havo a grand
opening next week, when tho balance of
her new stock arrives.
The St. Josephs Loretto Academy
opens to-morrow, and is now ready to
receivo pupils, either as day scholars or
boarders. Tho school is pleasantly located
and is considered one of tho best in this
section of country.
Five thousand Hamburg Edging
bought at a forced sale ot an importer's
stock in New York. These goods must be
seen to bo appreciated. Stuart.
t Senator Bayard, being the senior sena
tor, stands a.chanco of being elected to the
presidency of that body in place of now
President Arthur. Senator David Davis is
also urged for tho placo by both democratic
and republican journals, among tho latter
the Chicago Tribune; but it is not likely
that the senate will break tho rule, estab
lished by long usage, that the senior
senator is elected to the presidency of the
senate when such an emergency as tho
present arises, and by this rule Senator
Bayard is first entitled to tho place.
The Bulletin office will, this week,
receivo from the manufacturer a new ma
chine, ono that will be appreciated in this
section, as it is tho first ever brought to
Southern Illinois, and there is now nothing
of the kind within a hundred and fifty
miles of Cairo. It is not as large, but costs
more than a printing press, and works to a
charm. It is a "round hole" perforator,
and is bought expressly for use in the
manufacture of "The Bulletin Pen and
Pencil Scratch-books." These are manu
factured from pure jute manilla, with asur
faco that is sized for ink or pencil. The
stub will be, hereafter, perforated and
stitched, that a leaf may be taken out in
any part without damage to the tablet. The
machine will also be used in perforating
the stubs ot checks, drafts, receipts, blank
uotes, etc., which will be manufactured in
large lots and kept on sale at The Bulle
Yesterday a week ago was the first day
of the Jewish New Year, 5C42. To-morrow
is a day of atonement, Yom Kippur,
which will be as strictly observed by our
Jowish merchants as was New Years day.
The celebration of these days has been
rigorously observed by God's chosen peo
ple so far back that their beginning fades
far away into tho night of tradition.
Wherever the Israelite goes he becomes an
enterprising and valuable member of so
ciety and citizen, but bo never forgets his
faith, and always retains the characteristics
and qualities of his ancient and honorable
race. Wherever he may be, and whatever
his nationality or tongue the spirit which
came from tho patriate! ami shepherd
kings remains unchanged, tho proudest
heritage that sire could bequeath to son.
That tho Israelitish race and their faith
havo so long survived, is not the least won
derful circumstance in the history of the
wonderful people. They arc ever in the
van of tho worldly march to a higher civil
ization. They aro tho world's money
kings, ruling an empire mightier than
that of either Kaisar or Czar. Who,
in his time, was greater than Moses Men
delson, the Jew ish philosopher? Tho great
est empire the sun shines on to-day bows
in grief over the grave of Benjamin Dis
raeli, Lord Beaconsfield. Casstelar, in
Spain, is the most brilliant thinker and
ablest orator of his nation. Jules Simon
and Creniicux in Fiance, aro names that
have honored in the highest the land that is
proud to call them citizens. Verily, of all
people the Israelites aro most wonderful.
Though ever in the front rank of enterprise
and culture, difference of language and na
tion never obliterates tho obligation of
blood. Neither distance nor time has
brought alienation, nor impaired iu the
least degree tho tics of kindred which have
prevailed among the people of Israel, who
can probably trace their lineage back
through a long unbroken lino of kings that
reigned in that far off tinio when tho world
was young. May Jowish intellect and gen
ius progress to triumph in every work that
looks to tho advancement of our common
humanity and to progress in good!
In St. Patrick's church to-day there
will bo low masses at five, six and eight
o'clock, and a solemn high mass at ten
a. m. Rev. Father Augustinn will preach
in his own matchless style. At two o'clock
p. m. there will bo solemn vespers, and at
lialfpast seven Father Aitgustinowill preach
tho closing sermon of tho mission. Tho
procession, to plant the mission cross, will
then take plticn. Tho ceremonies through
out tho day will bo tho most imposing ever
seen in tho city of Cairo. All nro invited.
At tho Presbyterian church to-day Rev.
B. Y. Gooigo will officiate. This morning
tho holy communion will bo participated
in by a number of tho members of tho
church. Rev. Georgo will preach both
morning and evening, and Sabbath school
will he held at threo o'clock this afternoon.
Rev. E. Knappo is prepared to interest
and instruct all who may come to hear
him at tho German Lutheran church this
morning. Sabbath school this alternoon at
Father Mastcrson will conduct tho usual
interesting sorvicos in St. Patrick's church
this uioruing and evening.
In this city in the lino of clothing is the PALACE CLOTH
ING HOUSE. Their stock of
Is complete, Their beautiful styles of splendidly made and
tine fitting garments attract the attention of most
everybody, and their
VERY REASONABLE PRICES
Give full satisfaction to their many old and new customers.
It pays you well to give them a call before purchasing.
Palace Clothing House,
108 Commercial A.ve,
J . BUEGEE & BEO.
A telegram from Rev. Mr. Hess, late last
evening, announces his inability to till his
pulpit to-morrow; but there will be services
by tho pastor next Sabbath.
Lay services and sabbath school will be
held at the usual hours in the church of the
Redeemer this forenoon.
English fervic.es will bo held in tho
Lutheran church by Rev. Knappe this
Mrs. J. F. Ray and daughter, who have
been visiting friends in Nashville for some
weeks, have returned to their home in this
Miss Jennie Pattcson, Miss Chase and
Miss llackstaffhave returned and will take
their old places in the schools. Miss Ford
will fill Miss Krimbils' place in the high
The venerable mother of our city clerk
Dennis Foley, is dangerously ill. Her,
friends have little h'ipe of her recovery.
Captain Tom Tarr, of Tarr's Landing,
Mo., is in the city.
Col. Hamilton, general supterintendent of
tho Cairo A St. Louis railroad, was in the
city yesterday. The colonel is a thorough
railroad man and a genial gentleman one
who makes friends for his road wherever
Mr. L. B. Church has reccvived the ap
pointment of passenger agent ot the Wabash
line Cairo division, and will remain at his
post in Cairo.
Mr. Pennington is made, under the new
management, assistant manager of the
Wabash line, ond is assigned to duty on tho
Cairo division, lato the Cairo A Vinccnnes
railroad, of which he was general freight
Mr. A. Frazer and his sons George and
Alexander, who have been spending a few
weeks at Anna, returned homo yesterday
Mrs. II. T. Gerould who has been spend
ing the summer in Minnesota, is expected
to return home next Wednesday.
Miss Jennie Ryall, daughter of Rev.
Robert Ryall, for many years Episcopal
Rector at Chester, 111., but now of Albion,
is in tho city visiting the family ot Dr. Ma
rean. Rev. D. A. Davenport, Rector of the
Episcopal church at Cairo,is still lying very
low at Tulahoma, and his physicians enter
tain but alight hope of his recovery. Ad
ditional medical advico has been telegraph
ed for to Nashville. His ailment is
A desirable building lot, on the north
side of Twenty-first street, between Poplar
and Sycamore, cheap.
M.J. IIowi.kt, Real Estate Agt.
No Exaggerated. Cane.
In writing tho following, says Mr. Clias.
Bangert, CO East Harris street, Atlanta,
Ga., I would havo it understood that noth
ing in the matter has been exaggerated,
but only tho plain facts stated. A woek
ago I was taken with what seemed a violent
toothache, an old ailment which had caused
mo the loss of many of my teeth. In fact
it was no toothache, but a sovero pain in
the jaw, and extending from ear toeur. Tho
pain grew worse and I was forced to con
sult a dentist, whoso examination resulted
iu my losing another tooth without any re
lief whatever. I tried all sorts of "homo"
remedies unavailingly, for two days, and
thou procured St. Jacobs Oil. I never had
used it before, as I do not, take much stock
ui proprietary medicines. Outward anpli-
cation to the face relieved but littlo, but
wneii i ruhhed the iunis with it. re of was
immediate, and to-day I am as hannv as a
fish in deep water. All pains had left. I
must acknowledge that I had often beforo
doubted tho many favorablo testimonials
given for St. Jacobs Oil, but I am now not
only a believer, but also a strong advocato
of this most wonderful remedy.
Tumohs, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
A I.ADY S nAIlt SAVED n? ITS USB.
Burnett's Cocoaine will keep the hair in
a strong and healthy condition by stimulat
ing tho riKits of the hair and restoring the
natural action upon which its growth de
pends. Twenty years ago a single bottlo
saved a lady's hair in a desperate case
where eveiy treatment had failed; and
since that early success thousands ol cases
of Baldness, Dandruff, Loss of Hair and Ir
ritation of tho Scalp have yielded to this
Tho superiority of Buruett's Flavoring
Extracts consists in their perfect purity and
If You Are Sick, Read
the Kidney-Wort advertisement in another
column, and it will explain to you the ra
tional method of getting well. Kidney
Wort will save you more doctor's bills than
any other medicine known. Acting with
specific energy on the kidneys and liver, it
cures tiro worst diseases caused by tho ir
derangement. Use it at once. In dry and
liquid form. Either is equally efficient, the
liquid is the easiest, but the dry is the
most economical. Interior.
Set Back 42 Years.
"I was troubled for many years with
Kidney Complaint, Oravcl, Ac; my blood
became thin; I was dull and inactive;
could hardly crawl about; was an old work
out man all over; could get nothing to help
me, until I got Hop Hitters, and now I am
a boy again. My blood and kidneys are
all right, and I am as active as a man .of
30, although I am 72, and I have no doubt
it will do as well for others of my age. It
is worth a trial (Father.)-Sunday Mer
r-Optjned July 1, 18M.
FRONTS ON LETEI, tICOKU AND HAILHOAD BTUEET.
HfA new and complete Hotel, with elevator
baitia tud all modurn lmpruvvmcute.
TerniK S-'M to tl.MI Bur Hnv. arrnrril
tlou of roura.
L. P.l'AIlKKIt Ac CO., IPBBPfB.
rpHE CITY NATNOAL BANK
W. P. HALLIDAT, Pronidont.
H. L. HALLIDAY, Vlce-Pronldont.
TH08. W. HALLIDAY, Cashier.
t. ITAATI TAYLOR, W. P. HALLIDAT,
HINKT L. HALLIDAY, B. H. CimNINSUAH,
. it. miXUMROM, HTIl-BIN BIKD,
B. H. 0AMDII.
Exchange, Coin and United States Bonds
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
DepotlUraeelTwd and feneral banking bolns