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THE DAILY 0AIRO BULLETIN ; SATURDAY MORNING. MAY ..27," 1382... V
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
0t; HnUutU BaUdlag, WMMwjtoB. Aveune
BHTKBRD AT TUB POW OrriCt. IH CAIBO, XL
UN0IB, At RECOMD-CLAM MATTBB.
urluiAL FAPIRUP OtTT AND OOUHTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NotirnolniimeolJinn, oiKht eenia per lino tot
Erxt knd Cve cent nor line each subsequent luior
lion, for one wtmk, Bo cenU per lino. For ouu
ojonth, ttuccnti par Una.
Washington avunue, corner Seventh
street. Wood day board at reasonable
fates. Meal tickets for transient hoard
ers. Mhs. Phil K. IIowauo,
"NEW YORK STORE."
ALWAYS THE LOWEST. .
Down with high prices. Buy your goods
where you will receive the largest quantity
for the dollar.
We quote below a few leading articles,
and guaranteo all other goods as low. lie
member we have the goods ami
TUKT AUE KOH SALE.
Best Standard A Sugar !0,lc per lb
Befit Granulated Sugar 10?.(c per lb
Ex C L B Sugar !KC Pcr "J
BcstHio Coffee 15c per lb
Next Rio Coffee .13$c per lb
" " " 12Jcperlb
" " " Ucperlb.
" " " t..10c peril)
Golden Rio CotTec 1 5c pur lb
Java Coffee 2:5c per lb
Arbuckle Coffee, roasted 15c per lb
Levering Coffee, roasted Uc per lb
Matches, 300 in a box 4c per box
Stove polish 3 pkgsforlOc
Am. ) Sardines, 10c a box, a boxes for 25c
Tea 30c, 40c, 50c and 75c per lb
Star Tobacco C5c per lb
2 lb Standard Tomatoes 10c, 3 cans for 25c
81b . " " $1.40 perdoz. or 2
cans lor 25c
McMurry Corn, 3 cans for 40c, 15c per can
Liberty Corn, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
3 lb Apples, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
And all other canned goods in propor
tion. 2 oz. Bottle Bluing 2 for 5c
1i lbs Best Lard tor 1.00
Creamery Butter 30c per lb
Country Butter 20c and 22c per lb
25 Bars Walnut Soap for $1 00
(I 44 44 44 44 25c
Kirk's Best Ger. 44 .... 15 bars lor SI .00
New Prunes 3 lb for 25c, 12J lb for $1.00
7 lb Aldcn Dried Apples for . . . $1 .00
Best Maple Syrup. 00c, per gallon
Salt, Flat Hoop $1.40 per bbl
BeRt Soda Crackers Cc per lb by box
Laundry Starch 4Vc per 1!)
Bi Carb Soda 6 lb for 25c
1 lb Salmon, per can 15c
Tumbler Jelly 2 for 15c
Stove Polish 3 cakes for 10c
Best Coal Oil, per gallon 15c
We handlo the best grades of Flour
made, and guarantee every barrel, and our
prices lower than can bo bought in Cairo.
TRY OUR T. & W. BRAND.
Whitakor, Kingon and McAllister's Hams
at prices lower tnaafc ;Iaewero . , j
wo a so o r s--u'4 " " "v . r
mmtm&W" in the preparation of his vi&rJto and
fj 'iovSljt: did not J" ' "
r . Low prices and small profits is our motto.
LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN
ILLINOIS. SAVE MONEY. .
Where the most goods are sold, there
can you buy the cheapest.
Goods delivered free and prompt.
C. O. PATIER &, CO.
' Du. Kline's Okhat Nerve Kkstober is
' the marvel of tho age for all nerve diseases.
' All fits stopped freo. Bend to 031 Arch
street, Philadelpia, Pa.
J Use Tub Cairo Bulletin perforated
',. scratch-book, made of calendered jute
si manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
, sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 aud
' S. five and ten cents each by the single one,
'( by the dozen. Special discount on gross
1 v. ; lots to the trade.
y v Take Notice.
X. Upon the first of Juno I will reopen my
liousa tor tuo rccepnon oi Doaruers, ana
promise to have as good fare as tho price
and market will afford. I havo a few nicely
furnished rooms for those desiring board
and lodging. Day board, $18 per month.
Send in your application as soon as possible.
Mns. Chas. Pkikkkhlino.
Cottage koh uent, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
The Bulletin building.
tf. Mus. Fitzoerai.1).
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for ftalo at tho Cairo Bulletiu
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
for children the first of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons in music
during the afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a mouth.
Music, twenty-five cents a lesson.
, : For particulars apply to her at, The Bul
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Counumets of ice are notified that for
their convenience I havo built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundiffs store where
. ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
. tained. My customers will remember that
t their tickets will be punched at this stand
'.Ust tho Bunio as by drivers of wagons, tf.
' S JOHN Bl'UOAT.
For fieut Dwelllnff.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
ten rooms besides brick basement with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and wash nxmi,
and is in good condition. Apply to mo on
thi premise pr at Barclay Bro's Ohio leveo
drugstore. Jas. 0. Reaiioen.
ICE! ICE! I
Out uf tho fire, cor. of 8th and Loveo, my
ice house and office is at present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th ami Oth strooU. Orders will bo
filled same as usual, both wholeealo and
retail. Wagons supply regularly ovory day.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A. Goodo, Eighth street oopoaito
Bristol's has recoieved a full lino of new,
fresh - and fashionable millinory, Straw
goods Flowers, Ribbous, and fancy articles,
which la offered at very low figures. At
her store is tho place to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
beltB. All are cordially iirvitcd to call and
inspect her stock. tf.
Poor Man's Friend.
I have cash in sums of $1.00 to $1,000 to
loan. What have you got? Business
strictly confidential, and undoubted securi
ty given for transactions. Will call. Ad-dress-
' V. P. M. FniKiiD, Tost office,
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will 'run through the season
delivering ico to all parts of tho qity. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' abdt ray oflico on Tenth street,
at C. W. "Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Geo. W. Si'KNCE.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in these coinmus, to cams per Hue,
ench Insertion, ftfarkori
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
Wanted. 25 pounds white, clean
cotton rags, at Tub Bulletin office, at 5
cents per pounds.
The young temperance people had an
interesting meeting at Reform hall laBt
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
Murders and outrages by tramps are
daily reported, this early in the season
The country mus.t grow more shotguns and
"Prospects for a very largo crop of
blackberries, '' says the Anna Fruit Grower,
"wcro never bettor, The cancB are per
fectly white with blossoms."
Tho temperance juveniles have sent
out invitations to a dance to bo given by
them at Reform hall on the night of the
Parties who were in costume at the
Japanese Tea Party, and desire their photo
graphs takon in Japaicse dross will be given
reduced rates ut L. A. Fhclps gallery on Cth
A fiuo cow belonging to Col. John
Wood, died yesterday about noon on Col.
Wood's premises. Sho had recently been
delivered of a pair of fine twin calves and
had been sick over since. Sho cost origin
ally fiftj uonars. ' r"'f
This afternoon tbn 1' , f ..
. . -:R-ti; Bdiolars of tho
CWot school will havo their aunu
al May picnic. Miss Ilotchkiss, the teach
er, will havo charge of them and will see
that tho little ones enjoy themselves huge,
ly but harmlessly.
Six priseners broke jail atSedalia,Mo.,
on tho 23d instant, whio in charge of tho
sheriff of Marion county on their way to
states prison at Jefferson City. Tho sheriff
offers a reward of twenty-five dollars for the
capturo of each.
Tho Broom Brigade has been reduced
by four, in order to be better able to per
form tho drill on the Opera House stage at
the Episcopal ladies' entertainment next
week. The brigade will meet several
times for practice, in the mcantimo, in
order to be faultless.
The stono-cuttcr who recently made
his escapo from tho Chester penitentiary,
was recaptured at Charleston, Mo., Thurs
day, by Constable Cockron, and brought to
this city last night. He was confined in
the county jail during the night, and will
bo taken to Chester to-day.
Tho democrats of Union county, in
mass meeting assembled at Joncsboro, in
structed their delegates to tho senatorial
convention to vote for Sidnoy Greer, of that
county, as a candidate for representative in
the next general assembly. The democrats
of JackBon county, who met last Monday,
Tho fund raised for Mrs. Mason becauso
of her husband's insubordination and at
tempt at assassination has reached tho sum
of seven thousand dollars. Tho wives of
Mason's companions in arms who attonded
faithfully to their duties, are, in some case?,
poorly provided for. Bo virtuous and you'll
die in the poor house.
The liquor dealers of tho country are
organizing for protection against tho cru
sade of tho prohibitionists, and there is no
doubt that to tho liquor dealers goes out a
good deal of sympathy from tho groat ma
jority of those who do not drink, but who
do not believe in oppressive sumptuary
laws. In many districts prohibitionists are
tho only real obstaclo in tho way of tho tem
Aildjo English was up before Magis
trate Comings, ytBterday, for violating sec
tion one, chapter thirty-three of the city
oid mances, by walking aimlessly about the
street, late at night. Sbo was fined and
given a stsy of execution during good bo
h&vior, or for lorty-elgh't hours. Sho had
left the court but a few hours when sho
was again brought in for disorderly con
duct, fined fivo dollars and coats and com
mitted to jail.
A late dispatch anuouucoB the death at
Groat Bend, Kansas, of Dr. W. II. Castle
and his burial at Salem, Ills. Dr. Castle
will be remembered by all old Cairoitcs.
He was for many years a citizen of Cuiro.
In 18C3 and '04 ho was assistant surgeon in
the post hospital station in what is now
Thb Bulletin building. Subsequently ho
was in tho drug businoss up town with Mr.
McGanly as partner, and after that ho form
ed a partnership with Dr.Garricko, also of
this city, aud both wont to St. Louis
where they had a largo practico as physic
ians and surgeons.
Those holding tickets .calling for, but
who failed to receive a Japanese!" cup and
saucer at tho Tea Party Thursday night,
must not think that they will be' entirely
disappointed. Tho ladies had four hun
dred cups and saucers on hand, and be
lieved this would be an ample supply. But
it appears now that the number fell short
one hundred. They have sent to Cincin
nati for the requisite number and will sup
ply all holders of tickots in duo time ac
cording to promise. Tho proceeds of tlio
entertainment had not been ascertained up
to last evouing, but they must be unexpect
There is ouo right which a man con
demned to bo ban cod clearly has, if ho
have no others, and that is tho right to be
neatly, promptly and artistically sent into
tho other world. Tho recent executions in
New York and Tennessee wcro simply bar
barous and refined methods of torture that
were a disgrace to thoso connected with
thorn. In New York tho victim slowly
strangled to death, and in Tennessee tour
attempts wero made before the hideous
work was fiuished. Such revolting scones
as these are not only unwarranted torture
to the condemned, but are an offense to so
ciety, and all tho more to be denounced
becauso they were conducted with so much
Rico is becoming a much more popu
lar article of food than heretofore. It is
frequently substituted for potatoes at tho
chief meal of the day, being more nutritious
and much more readily digested. At its
preseut cost it is relatively cheaper than
potatoes, oat-meal or grain-grits of any
kind- In preparing it only just enough
cold water should bo poured on to prevent
tho rice from burning at tho bottom of the
pot, which should have a close-fitting cover,
and with a moderate fire thorico is steamed
rather than boiled until it is nearly done;
then tho cover is taken off, tho surplus
steam and moisturo allowed to escape, and
tho rice turns out a mass of snow- white
kernels, each sepurate from tho other, and
as much superior to tho usual soggy mass.
as a fine mealy potato is supcriof to tho
Don't use b, Words. In promulgating
v0'" -BtJlcric cogitations, or articulating
superficial sentimentalities and philosophi
cal or psychological observations, beware
of platitudinous ponderosity. Let your
conversation possess a clarified conciseness,
compact comprchcnsiblcneBS, coalescont,
consistency, and a concatenated cogency.
Eschew all conglomerations of flatulent
garrulity, jejuno babblement and asiniuo
affectations. Let your extemporaneous
descantings and unpremeditated cxpatia
tions havo intelligibility and veracious
vivacity, without rhodomoutado or thras
onical bombast. Sedulously avoid all
polysyllabic profundity, pompous prolixity
psittaceous vacuity, voutriloquial verbosity
and vaniloquent vapidity. Shun double
entendres, prurient jocosity and pestiferous
profanity, obscurent or apparent. In other
words, talk plainly, naturally, sensibly,
The easo with which the district court
disposed of all the exceptions taken by
Guitoau's counsel and brushed aside every
obstacle in tho straight path to tho gallows,
shows what can be dono in tho way of sum
mary law when there is but ono opinion
among tho public as to what should bo dono.
No reasonable person familiar with other
murder cases can havo tho slightest doubt
but, had this been an ordinary case that
is, had tho victim been an ordinary man
tho poiuts mado by Mr. Rocd would have
been ample to securo a postponement of tho
execution by another trial. But tho court
inthiscaso, in spite of itself, had its col
lective mind illuminated by the unnuimity
of public opinion, as to the paramount no
cessity of killing this m!creant as soon as
possible and putting him out of sight and
hearing. Of course lawyers can justify tho
finding on purely technical grounds, but
they could also justify tho coutrary courso
had tho case becu a common one, and had a
new trial been granted.
Wicliffo Tnbuno: "Mail routo No.
18,001 has been extended from Columbus
to Cairo ami trains on the M. & O. rail
road deliverod mails at Wickliffu tho first
timo Monday. This gives Wickliflo four
railroad mails per day, a daily to Bland
villeand semi-weokly to Woodvillo mak
ing thirty-six mails per week. Wm.
Smallmun, living near Hiuklevillc, comes
to the front with a remarkable egg story
only tho product of a forest songster in
stead of Datno Chanticleer. He tells that
ho recently found a bird's nest containing
fivo eggs, upon the end of each egg was a
figure as perfect as could bo shaped. The
eggs wore white, and the figure black and
ingrainod in the shell so that it could not
bo scratched oil'. Tho figures wero 2, 3, 4,
5 and 7, and upon one gg near tho figure
was the letter 6. Tho figures wero about
thiH (2) size and uniform. Now, it miy bo
prophetic that 2345 at 7 o'clock in tho
morning, tho world will" end, or it might
bo, Billy, that 2, 34, 57, wero your lucky
numbers in lottery, but don't you fool
away any money on it.','
Civil Engineers Charles Thrupp and
John Henley, who havo been making a
survey of Ohio levee, in accordance with
an ordinance, recently passed by tho city
council, with a view to ascertaining how
much filling will bo necessary to raiso tho
levee to a height of fifty-throe feet obovo
low water mark, havo fiuished their work,
so far as Ohio leveo between its intersec
tions with Cross and Mississippi levees is
concerned. They find, as anticipated, that
but little filling will bo necessary between
Fourth and Fourteenth streets. From tho
hitter up and the former down, an average
foot of filling will ueed to bo dono. A plat
will be prepared, showing how much work
will have to bo dono, and presented to tho
oouncil at its next regular meeting. In the
meantime tho work of surveying lias
stopped here. The ordinance, in accord
ance with which the work has been begun,
contemplates a survey of all tho Uvooa
around the city, and this work should be
prosecuted to the end while the surveyors
have their hands in.
The Garfield Monument Committee of
tin; Army of the Cumberland has issued
circulars calling for contributions to the
monument fund. The plan of the monu
ment, which is ultimately to be submitted
to the society, has not yet been matured,
but it is the opinion of the committee that
the sum of two hundred thousand dollars
should be subscribed and collectd for the
purpose. "Contemplating the place where
a monument to James A Garfield should be
eredcted," says the circular, "the commit
tee lire of opinion that the lonely battle
fields of the nation, illy befit the monu
ments of military heroes as they do those
of the civilian and statesman, and that
some public ground at tlic National Capital
would be the nmst appropriate place ami
best subserve the purpose for which nations
erect monuments to their distinguished
dead; where the people and their represen
tatives annually congregate, and where ac
credited ministers of all civilized nations
oflically reside and, finally, where the
grandeur and glory of a people cftn be
most completely and happily exemplified."
Chief Meyers is in receipt of the fol
lowing: Wan'ed To find a carpenter's
tool chest and a valise, supposed to be in
Cairo, 111., Memphis, Tenn., or Helena,
Ark., for which the undersigned holds two
brass baggage checks, supposed to have
been issued by a hotel; one is circular, with
tho initials O. P. 122; the other is shield
shaped, with tho letter B. just below the
mortise in check .'r.u'y''uma
liuinber 18. Tho owner of the valise and
chest was murdered and robbed in Madison
county, Mo, in February, 1882. His
brother received a letter from him written
at Helena, Ark., on the 20th of December,
1881, but heard nothing until his body was
found in Missouri. Three checks wero
found in his pockets, one of which, a rail
road check, from Memphis to Cairo, was
for his trunk, which was found in the depot
at Cairo. The other two arc doubtless for
his tool-chest and valise, which he was
known to have. His friends are anxious to
secure thc3o articles, regardless of their
intrinsic value. Any iulormatiftn that will
lead to their recovery will bo thankfully
received and properly rewarded by his
brother, L. C. Cunnlnuiiam, Delphos,
Ottawa county, Kansas.
Yesterday The Bulletin made a mis
take, a very great mistake It iutimuted
in rather strong terms that Old Lady Argus
was not consistent, not brave, not an open,
honest, fearless advocato of her convictions
regardless.of tho frowns of opponents. It
intimated that tho old lady was a studious
follower of every wave of public opinion,
provided it was. a large wave, larger than
all other waves, and would lead her nearer
to the "flesh pots"; that sho was a slave to
her penny pouch, would tell tho truth or
deny it as tho pouch contracted or ex
panded, would serve tho devil or tho Lord
as each might offer more "pap" than the
other in short, Tub Bulletin called the
old lady "a cowardly, mercenary, old hypo
crite" Tub Bulletin assures tho old
lady and tho public that tho adjectives and
noun in the sentence wero intended to bo
understood only in their Pickwickian sense;
hut nevertheless Tub Bulletin begs tho
old lady's pardon and promises not to do
so any more. More than this, Tuk Bulle
tin, having "picked up considerable within
tho past few days," joins old lady Argus of
this mouth in denouncing old lady Argus
of last month oecauso of the latter's
position upon the question of a change in
tho locatiou of the marine service in this
city. Some pooplo may consider this a
change in Tub Bullktin'b position upon
that question ; perhaps it is, but, as before
stated, 'wo havo picked up considerable,"
etc. Wo have learned that "in their con
tract with tho government, tho Sisters do
not need to take any caBcs of contagious
disoasos," therefore it is foolish to assert, as
did tho Argus of April, that tho children in
tho public Bchools aro liable to como in
contact with diseasc-alllictcd marines on
thoir way to tho hospital. Wo have learned
that small-pox and yellow fever ore not
contagious at all, and daily association
with persons afflicted with othor loathsomo
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth' or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of STJ1AW HATS AND STIFF 1UUMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of merchandise wo buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND Wo havo ample capital and ro prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We are at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now.it is by taking advantnge of these opportunities that wo do from time to timo,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are sellim Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full namo Middlcnex Co. 10.00. Nono
genuine without ticket. A very uico Cheviot Unit for $0.50, worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at S12 50, worth 110.00. YVajW' cll troodB tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that wo make a small proVrveTi'ijK we sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less t,.2i cost, and stmi'H?D hOTOt
has never yet been discovered. Come and sec our goods. You will not be importuned-
I I r,
diseases is not unpleasant to the , C-fj
public, therefore tlu;,jOro; v cm
UjatU Jjk, ArgU8 0f April for a re
moval of the marine surgeon's office iron;
the custom house closer to the river, was
entirely uncalled for. Although the record
at the marine surgeon's oflico shows that
the first small-pox patient was a river man,
(though not qualified to enter the marine
station), who died in the marine station
long before the city pest houso was opened,
yet we have learned, as has also lady Argus
of. May, that "the first small pox patients in
the marine station wero taken from tho
pest-house,'' therefore lady Argus of April
was entirely wrong in saying that the
present location of the marine surgeon's
oflico waB not as Bafe for the Cario public,
and as convenient for river men as a location
on Ohio levoe would be. We have learned,
that though river men are compelled to
contribute monthly for the maintenance of
the m&rino service, in order to insure them
surgical and medical attention in case of
sickness, yet they arc not entitled to such
treatment if they happen to be afflicted
with a contagious disease, and may be re
fused admission upon demand of the city
authorities, and ordered back on board the
boat which brought him, to either infect
the boat and all on board, or be put off in
some uninhabited spot to dio aud furnish
food for vultures. Having learned all this,
we conclude that the -city authorities alone
are toblamo if a contagious disease is in
troduced in a community; that it is the
duty of every police oflicer to Beo every
stranger as he comes into the city, diagnose
him, and if he has small-pox or yellow
fever, transport him. This being true, we
further conclude that every police oflicer
should bo a physician, possessed of the ex
traordinary, we might say supernatural,
gift of detecting such diseases instantane
ously, and nt any stago of its development.
Tub Bullktin. therefore calls upon the
mayor and tho council to mako a radical
change iif the police force of the city.
Send to one of tho renowned medical col
leges in Europe for its chief instructor in
tho art of detecting contagious diseases
and offer him the position of chief of
police hero, and for tho remainder of the
force tho various colleges in this country
could probably furnish oufliciout talent,
This suggestion, or rather demand, is mado
in all BerioUBiiess, and calls for grave con
sideration by tho authorities.
' Guard Against Disease.
If you fiind yourself getting bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordorod, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, take at once a few doses of Kidney
Wort. It is nature's groat assistant. Uso
it as an advance guard don't wait to get
down sick. See large advertisement.,
Inflamed eyes and eyelids promptly
cured by Roman Eye Balsam. E. Ferret,
Agt., 372 Pearl St., N. Y. City. (2)
J . BUEGEE & BEO,
A.i 3Jalacc Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avonuo.
The Man does Honor to Him
self Who Wears a Piir of Our
Calf Hand Sow J Button Gait
'i'H. Tuev are Always Rcliabb'
for Wear, Eay, in Good Taxtc
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Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes: "Your Spring Blossom is wonder
fill; I never used anything that acted so
well on the bowels, and at the same time
was so free from tho drastic properties of
medicines usually sold for the purpose."
Price .i0 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Faul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Was elected bjr majority of Ion thouiaud votes
to be the flneat Sc. cigar la the market.
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
P. BUOHS, FrMtdcnt. - P. NKKF, Vice Prcn'nt
II. W'ELLS, Cashier. T. J. Kertb, Aea't casu
P. Bro Ca'ro I William Klutfl. .Cairo
PoiurNeir " Wlll!nm Wolf.... "
CM Oxterloh " C. O.l'atlur "
E. A. Budor " H. Well
J. V. Clem. on, Caledonia.
AOEXBUALBANKINU BU3INBH8 DONE.
Exchaniju fold and bought. Intnro.t ptlil In
the Saving Department. Colloclloui made anil
all business promptly attonded to.
rpiR CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo. Illinom.
71 OUIO LBVBB.
A General Banking: business
TIIOS. V. IZALL.1DAV.
JUTKRTKISE BAVING BANK.
Of Cairo, ' .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TIIOS. W. HAXjIjID AY,