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OND CLASS KATES.
OFIOIAL FAPBKOF CITY AND COUNTY
Vc rH itliori-(l to uuuticu that K. A I).
VII.HSKS. of Jotr.TCou county, i candidal!)
for clerk olthe Aip llmo 'ourl In the Fourth
Diilon of lllinolH. object to the dvciKlun of a
cuvenuou of the Democratic parly
SPECIAL WMJAL ITEMS.
,.ti(.t in ttiw column, infill cunts pur line for
(ret Mi'l Ave cent pur lino each ulKoqU6t iuser
liou. for ouo wwli, 30 conu per linu. For oiiu
Diouth, fiOceuli per line
OLMdTEAD & WINTEK,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington A vs.
Out of the fire, cor. of bill unit Levee, my
ice house aud otlico is at present h the
City Brewery, oa Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and 9th street. Orders will be
tilled same aa usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
tight to ten good horses, suitable for street
car purposes. Call on or address Cairo St.
Ry. Co. City Depot at 28th st.
tf C. V. Nkkk, Supt.
Comique U. R. Club.
We, the undersigned, challenge you to
play a mutch game on Sunday, 9th mst.,
at 2 :o0 p. m. Abah 1$. Jl. ('i.cii.
Joiix llEAi.tr, Secretary.
Dont ftiil to call on L. A. Phelps the
Sixth street photographer for one ot those
elegant (10x12) photographs and frames
which he is presenting to each of his patrons
who favor him with an order for one dozen
ofhisbest style cabinet photographs at regu
The regular price of th;,s picture and
frame is $7.00. Those who desire to avail
themselves of this chance to securu this line
present will be wise to call early as this of
fer is positively good only until July
Stiiuinei Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Ceutral railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Kalis. Hates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Nought and Leiusril.
I have bought the meat shop, stuck and
fixtures, heretofore run by Fred Koehler,
on the south side of Eighth street, between
the avenues, and have employed Mr. L. J.
Koehler to attend to it. A full assortment
of fresh meats will bo constantly kept kon
hand anl patronage, both wholesa'e and
retail, is solicited. I have also leased the
Bteam sausage factory of Koehler llrothcrs
on Seventeenth strewt. and will be
prepared to furnish any variety or quantity
of bitusagea of the bet quality on short
notice. Orders from abroad and at home
solicited and promptly filled.
J. A. NICKLES,
174 WAHI11NOTON AVESl'E,
between 10th and 11th Btreets, gives no
tice to the people of Cairo and the public
in general, that ho has established himsell
in business again, and is prepared to receive
orders for Gentlemen's lino Roots and .Shoes
of the best workmanship ami material. He
will also have on hand at all tunes a good
assortment of Roots and Shoes of his own
make. Ho has a lot of his own ready made
work which was saved from the lire in
good order, and which hu will sell at cost
price. Thankful for the liberal patronage
with which he was favored in the past, he
hopes for the same at bis new stand,
Caiho, June 15,1882. 2w
Notice to Consumer of Ice.
My wagons will ruu through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my ollioo on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and caretul attention.
Geo. W. Si-km'E.
Use Tint Ca mo Rullktin perforated
scratcn-oook, made of calendered jute
uiaulila, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at tho ollicti. No. 2 anil
8. live and ten cents each by tlio single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
wis to uie u&iic, '
Receipt books, Cairo dale line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, inunul'ac-
luroo. aod lor sate at the Cairo Rulletin
Sprout's Retail Ice liox.
Uousumeis ol ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a largo Ice
box oa Eighth street in Cuudilf's store where
ico in anv quantity can at all tunes be ob
tainod. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the samo as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Household Furniture at Auction.
SATURDAY, JULY 8TII, 1882,
10 OTUH K, A. M.
Ice box, kitchen safe, cooking and beat
ing stoves, bed, lounge, chairs, solas, pic
tures, looking glasses, queensware, exten
sion tables, mirrors, feathers, carpets, glass
IfT One (iue milch cow.
R. McMannuh, Exector.
Oi.mstead & Wintkh, Auctioneers.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices lo tlicm coitimn, ten cnulf pr linn,
tacb insertion. Markod
-Tine Rullktin job and counting rooms
will now be found at No. 78 Ohio levee.
Don't fail to attend tho Democratic
mass meeting at the court promtly at two
o'clock this afternoon.
See notice in special locals of house
hold goods for sale by Messrs. 01 instead &
Winter, the auctioneers, on Eighth Btreet.
Twelve or fifteen young people gath
ered at Reform hall, on Eighth street,
Thursday night and had a social dance.
The Democratic State convention to bo
hold at Springfield on tho 7tli of Septem
ber will have 095 members, or 97 less than
the Republican convention had.
The iuneralsof the little child of Mr.
and Mrs. Hewitt, and of Elder T. J. Shores
took place yesterday afternoon, and were
Governor Cullom handles the machine
well in this State. The Republican State
convention, last week, was worked in his
interest alone. Far well, Raum aud Rioa
ker were not deuce high.
So far as tho condition of Guite au's
brain as developed by the autopsy goes to
prove anything, it appears to sustain the the
ory that be was sane and responsible for his
An accident occurred on the Wabash
road yesterday morning, about two miles
this side of Vienna, by which about lilteen
loaded freight cars were ditched and
wrecked, aud trains delayed for several
hours. No person was injured.
The customary crop of Fourth of July
conflagrations was one day late this year.
There were comparatively few fires on
Tuesday, but the dispulchu Thursday
morning show an extraordinary number of
losses yesterday in various parts of the
The body of Giti teuu has been trans
feired to the army medical museum in
Washington, which is located in the build
ing occupied as Ford's theatre at the time
President Lincoln was shot by Wilkes
I'xioth. The skeleton ol President Gar
field's assassin will be prepared ami placed
on exhibition at the museum.
Reports from the cotton fields of the
South are encouraging. The acreage is but
1.55 per cent ies than last year, and the
condition is better than at the correspond
ing season for the last twelvu years. Texas
is second only to Georgia in tho breadth
planted, with a probability of soon sur
passing it and becoming our greatest cot
ton growing State.
Roth circuit and county courts are to
convenue in this city next Monday, the
10th instant, and there aro somo important
criminal cases to be attended to by each;
but the court funds being very low or en
tirely exhausted, no cases requiring juries
cuu be tried. It is likely, therefore, that
but little business of iuiportonco will be
Thursday night u horse lay down and
died in front of Mr, Louis C. Herbert's
saloon on Commescial avenue, near Eighth
street. The animal was afflicted with
somo kind of ugly soro aud was very
lean. Yesterday evening a cow lay down in
the Commons, just above Winter's row, and
efforts by her owner to induce her to walk
homo were fruitless. She was evidently
langerously sick fid may have died during
The case of Dr. J, II. Leach, for as
sault with intent to murder, was called in
the court of Justico J. II. Robinson yes
terday morning at 9 o'clock, but with the
understanding that it was to bo brought to
the notice of the grand jury, the city attor
ney dismissed it. It is likely that the case
will not prove near as serious as is antici
pated by some, as the Dr. is known not to
be a disorderly citizen.
Two gentleman representing compa
nies in which the property destroyed by the
late fire was insured, arrived yesterday and
at once entered upon an investigation pro
pnratory to a proper adjustment of the
losses sustained by Messrs. Hinkle, Moon
and Henderson. That a favorable settlement
may be speedily arrived at, aud that the
gentlemen uamed may Boon be engaged in
flourishing business, is desirable.
The Valley Clarion, of Chester, ad
vocutes Mr. Robert G. Detrich, of Chester,
as a candidate for appellate clerk of tho
Fourth judicial district of Illinois. Among
tho many other qualifications for tho posi
tiou possessed by Mr. Dolrich, whicli the
Clarion enumerates is that, when editor of
that paper, iu 1880, ho was the first to men
tion the name of General Hancock aa a
TUN DAILY OAIKO BULLETIN:
candidate for tho presidency of tho United
Slates. Certainly no better recommenda
tion is needed.
Tho meeting of tho Cairo Presbytery,
which is to bo hold at Frieudsvillo, Wabash
county, III., next Tuesday, is to bo an ad
journed meeting and is not called for the
consideration of any matters of general im
portance. Tho chief business of tho meet
ing will bo tho consideration of tho in
tended trausfer of Rev. S. C. Raldridgo
from (lie church at Friendsvillo to that of
Cobden, which matter is of purely local
A St. Louis medium has been inter
viewing Guiteau Binco his removal. Ho
seems hardly satisfied with tho climate and
tho pyrotech lies. He occupies a berth near
Jesse James, whom ho describes as a very
iinpiogressivo spirit. Ho neglected to state
whether tho weather of tho last few weeks
was any improvement on tho climato ho is
at present experiencing. Tho supposition
is that the difference is not sufficiently
marked to excite coiiimeiit. Kansas Ci'y
The rise in the Ohio river at this point
during the twenty-four hours ending at 1
o'clock yesterday was seven inches, one
inch less than during the previous twenty
lour hours. At Cincinnati, during tho same
time, a rise of eleven inches was reported;
at Chattanooga, tho river was stationary;
at Louisville it lell one inch; at Nashville
one inch and at St. Louis seven inches. Tho
theimoineter in the north west ranged be
tween 71 and 90; and rain was reported
from Divenrort, Dubuque, Keokuk, Lv
Crosse, Memphis nnd St. Paul.
Yesterday Mr. J. II. Hdlly, sheriff of
Gibson county, Term., was in this city, in
search of three negroes who had made their
tscape a few days ago from tho jail at
Trenton, in his county. The negroes wore
charged wilh series felonies of a more or
less serious character, aud arc thought to
have come to Cairo. This belief is
strcnghtoned by the testimony of several
excursionists from Trenton, who attended
the Fourth of July celebration here and
who claimed to have seen one of the es
caped negroes hero on the 4th. Sheriff
Heffly, assisted by Chief Myers and some of
the officers, made a search of the city iu
the hope of finding the unwelcome in
truders, out without avail.
Will Hughes, a young man from Com
mercial Point, who was some time ago bar
keeper for Messrs. Smith llros., and lately
for Mr. John Atcber, on Commercial avc
uue, absconded Wednesday with nearly all
the proceeds of the business done on the
Fourth and also the money given him by
Mr. Atelier for a box of cigars which be
bought on tick from Messrs. Morse & Red
burn. When Mr. Atcber looked for the
money taken in during the day he found the
till empty and young Hughes, when asked
for the inonuy, said he had spent it all but
live dollars which he turned over to Mr.
Atelier, Hughes left during Wedntsitay
night, or ho would probably have beeu ar
rested. His whereabouts is unknown.
To-morrow afternoon an interesting
match game of base ball will be played be
tween the 'Comique" and "Arab" clubs of
this city. It will be a hotly contested game,
as its result is to determine which of the
two clubs is to wear the honor of being tho
champion of this end of the State. The
boys aro well trained and anxious for the
fray. The "Coiniques" aro now crowing
over their recent victory at Mound City,
and the "Arabs" are jealous and anxious
to take the "starch," or the. disposition to
crow, out ol them. JNc.W 1 uesuay anoniei
match game will be played in this city by
the "Arabs," of Cairo, and a select nine of
Paducali boys. Mr. Geo. FrnZer is engaged
as unipiie for both games, whicli is a suf
ficient ''uarauteo that there will be "fair
It is to be regretted that the firo com
panies ami Mystic Krew, who 'conducted
tho lato Fotiithof July celebration iu this
city, did not realize anything like tho sum
they ought to have realized considering
the amount of money, and labor, and time
expended in fact, juding from appear
ances yesterday before any certain knowl
edge of what tho total expenses would bo
had been ascertained, it was believed that
the gross proceeds would fall considerably
short of tho expenses, and tho companies
and Krew would have to make a raid upon
their respective treasuries to meet tho deficit.
What the deficit, if any, will bo can, of
course, not bo known until after tho busi
ness has been all settled up. Tho chief
reason why tho celebration waB continued
on tho 5th was that the boys were anxious
to reduce tho amount lacking as much as
possible. The celebration was certainly a
grand one am), hut for tho unfavorable
weather, would have netted all who had
any interest in it a handsome dividend
upon the money ami labor invested. Rut
even as it was, it exceeded very much tho
reasonable expectations of tyery ouo.
Of Cain's celebration of the Fourth, Mr
Ed. Morton, editor of tho Vienna Times,
who was hero says, among other things
"Our train was crowded to its capacity
with anxious souls whoso hearts heat as one
iu that unison of country's love, aud with
a great desiro to witucss tho developments
of the day in our sister city. Our train ar
rived too lato to witness much of the street
program, but from what wo could sou ami
loarn it was absolutely gorgeous and alto
gothcr sightly. All of tho fire companies.
aud Knights of tho MyBtic Krew of Comus,
in their bust regalia, uccoupauiud by tho
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 8, m.
mayor and city council and speakers iu car
riages, formed a pageantry worthy tho sight
and admiration of crowned heads.
Several thousand persons congregated
at tho St. Mary's park, whoro after tho
reading of tho Declaration of Independence
by Miss Jennie Wright in clegantBtylo, and
several good interesting speeches were
made, then tho fun commenced as per or
der. Racing, climbing greased pole, sack
and wheelbarrow races and buttermilk con
tests, dancing, etc. These races wero in
teresting, and won by tho fastest horse, and
boy, of course. Tho round dancing was
good and attractive. Refreshments of
nearly every kind wero to be had on tho
ground at very reasonable prices. Tho
most laudable of which was tho Episcopal
church refreshment stand, on which was
displayed tho good things of epicurion
hands, and presided by some of tho best
women, and prettiest aud smartest young
belles of Cairo."
Chester Tribune : "Democratic papers
appear to believe that Mr. Strattoii is too
much of a politician to bo a good superin
tendent of public instruction. As his nom
ination was not niadejwith a view of pleasing
Democrats their objection must bo ruled
out of order."-Democratic papers in
charging Mr. Stratum with being only a
smart young politician, with no qualifica
tions whatever for the position to w hich be
aspires, and to whicli Republicans seek to
cxhalt him, only repeat tho utterances of
Republican and Independent papers in va
rious parts of the state. The Peoria Call
(Independent) says: "Charley" Stratton,
tho nominee of tho state convention for
state superintendent of schools, is a young
man 27 years old, whoso educational pres
tige lies solely In the fact that he taught
school while preparing to read law. Tho
Chicago Tribune speaks of him as 'a suc
cessful county superintendent aud a lead
ing educator.' He never was a county su
perintendent and baa never been .a member
of any educational association iu the state.
Ho has beeu a member of the state legis
lature, and is a sharp and able politician.
He captures the, boys.' He can shake
hands to pel fiction and is a cripple, hav
ing two wooden feet. 1 1 is political sharp
ness and tho fact of his being a cripple won
the nomination. Everybody calls him
Charley and slaps him on the hick, while
he whispers mystic words in everybody's
ear. He is exceedingly popular with pol
iticians, especially with those of the 'mere
politician' sort. He was opposed by the
teachers of the state, whose opposition he
will encounter, now that he has received the
nomination." The Journal (Independent)
says: "Ho is a politician, a lawyer, an ex
member of the lower house, who having
had a taste of office once could not resist
the temntation of iroin-' for the next one in
.-ight. If tho Democrats put up a school
man, Stratton can be beaten."
There is much talk among Ri publicans
of this city, especially by the colored por
tion of the party, of urging the claims ol (
Hon. W. T. Scott for the legislature trom
this sonatariul district on tho Republican!
ticket to be put in tho field soon. Mr. Seo't
is certainly entitled to this consideration, at
b-ast from bis colored friends. Ho has
done much effective work for his race, and
all with disinterested motives, of course. As
Judge Ibrd has always labored for the intel
lectual advancement of bis race, so Mr.
Scott has always labored for the political
advancement of his colored brothers, and
modestly stood aside to allow others to reap
the benefits of his efforts. Mr. Scott has
been a generous guardian and has been sys
tematlcally successful in his efforts to obtain
"ham" for bis hungry wards. Through his
efforts a colored linn recently received a
position at Washington not a lucrative
position, it is true, but one over which a
very interesting coutcst was made by all
the colored people of the county. Through
his shrewdness and boldues tho colored vo
ters curried tho Republican primaries in
the city, and their delegates gained admis
sion to the state convention at Springfield;
ami last, but most important of all, "to his
able presentation of the claims of his race
before the committee on tho appointment of
a member upon the state central commit
tee," as the Springfield Journal puts it, "are
the colored peoplo indebted for a represen
tative on that committee, iu the person of
Dr. McGee, of Massac county." Mr. Scott's
brilliant efforts in behalf of h's colored fel
low citizens will very probably not bo ig
norod by them, and they will demand uh
with one voice that ho bo placed in a posi
tion whoro ho nuy not only bo repaid for
his good work, but bo of further and greater
service to those who have been his benefl
ciaries In the joist. From indications it is
safe to expect that the colored voters will
stand nearly solid for Mr. Scott as tho Re
publican nominee for tho legislature from
The brutes who committed tho horrible
murder of old man Bugles, uoar Vienna
Johnson county, a short timo ago have all
been captured. There aro four iu number
and wero tho immediate neighbors of thoir
noor old victim. Three of
them wero under arrest im
mudiatulv after tho murder but wore
released because no evidence against thorn
could be obtained. Another neighbor ar
rested yesterday, who was led to believe
that the evidence against him was bu 111
ciontly strong to convict him, confessed
tho crime, implicating tho throo who bar
been previously arrested and rvleused. All
Our Poetical Machine.
Ri, iu lints' the men, deny who can
To clothe tho mortal race ot man.
Go to Buiioiciw' if you are able,
Kor Garbs that suit Church, Shop or Stable
Go to Di'ito Kits' with your boys,
jtrceches aro far better than toys.
Go to RtiitoKits' and see the styles,
Ruy, or buy not, you'll have their smiles.
Goto liiitoK.ns' if you're in love,
Their coat and pants lit like a glove.
Go lo UrutiWis' if you're sad,
Their Htyh s make e'en the mourners glad.
Goto Ri'iuiKiiw' if you are poor,
They'll make prices suit you sure.
Go to RuiioKlis' it you're rich,
Their styles uro all the "tony" pitch.
Go to Hi'noKHs' if you're wise,
You're Biiro to draw a brilliant prize.
Go to Rl'Hokh i' if you're hot,
Their summer rigs cool on the spot.
Goto Rimoiciis' if you're fat,
They'll tone you down from sock to hat.
Go to I'liitoEits' if you're lean,
They'll pad you so 'twill not bo Been.
Goto RimoKits' if you're short,
Their rigs are all tho natty sort.
Go to IiuiuiKUs' if you're tall,
For coat or pants or overall.
Goto Rruo Kits' if you're a rough,
They'll shine you up, however tough.
Go to Ruuo Kits' if you can,
For they can suit, just any man.
fli) to Ruuo Kits', yo ling and old,
Ono half their wo'lli Ins ne'er been told.
Goto Rlllliililts' Pihiee ClolhlllL' House,
Right opposite the newOpein Iloii-e.
four are now under arrest and will be cither
mobbed or tried according us the people of
Johnson county are satisfied or dissatisfied
.with the administration of tho criminal
laws iu that vicinity.
Mrs. John I Limes left Thursday fur
Suiithl and, Ky., on a Mt of a month or
more to relatives and friends.
Mr. Ed James is Mill in a precarious con
ditiou from tho effects of bis late adven
turous trip through Missouri and Arkansas.
His condition, though not hopeless, is not
very encouraging. Malarial fever is his
Air. Win. Mcll ale " left last night fo7
(.'ape Girardeau, to begone a day or two on
business. He is a member of the County
Democratic Central committee, but ap
pointed a proxey to represent him in ctse
of necessity during his absence.
lion. J. M. Scurlock, of Carbon. bile, the
gentleman who received tho instruction tor
the lower bouse of tho legislature from the
Thomas branch of the late Republican
Alexander county convention, was at The
Halliday yesterday. He was here, no
doubt, in the interest of himself consulting
leading Republicans with reference to their
feelings toward him.
Miss F iiinie Barclay has been couliued to
her room by illness for several days back.
DEMOCRATIC MASS MEETING.
In accordance with a call from the
Democratic Central committee of Alexan-
h.r county, a miss meeting of Democrats
will be held at the court house in thiscity
to-day, the meeting to convene at two
o'clock this afternoon. Seven delegates to
the senatorial convention, to be held at
Joncsboro on the Rlth instant, are to le
selected and instructed lor candidates for
tho Illinois general assembly, one of whom
is to be from this county. As the district
is Democratic by nearly one thousand
votes, the election of the Democratic nom
inees is a foregone conclusion, and, there
fore, special care should be taken that the
nominees oe good, aole, energetic men.
While to day's action will not amount to a
nomination, it will Ik; an important step in
tlwit direction and will shape the action of
the nominating convention at Joncsboro on
tho 13th. Theio are a number of very
good Democrats in this city and county,
and in the other commies of the district,
who aro available to tho Democrats for the
ollices in question ; there is therefore no
reason why Alexander county's seven del
egates should go instructed for any man
who is not an intelligent, honorable man
there is no reason why they should be
pledged to support any man, who does not
command the respect of more than one
fourth of those who know him U'Ht.
The mass meutirig will, of course, be in
strong contrast to that behl there a short
time ago by our honored political opponents.
It will be harmonious to a painful degree
if possible, and its action will doubtless
meet the approbation of all good Dem
ocrats. Answer This.
Can you find a case of Bright's Disease of
tho Kidneys, Diabetes, Urinary or Liver
Complaints that is curable, that Hop Hit
ters has not or cannot cure? Ask your
neighbors if they can.
"Dixon Springs," uuliko other Hummer
resorts, is rural in its appointments, com
bining tho comforts of home witli the free
dom cf camp hie.
aro not hot and crowded, with plastered
walls, but aro separate, cool cottages giv
ing free access when desired to puro moun
are not those of fashion requiring much
timo for dress and little for enjoyment, but
are shady walks through deep cool valleys
in grand old woods and over rocks aud
hills free from dust and mosquitoes,
are iron, Milphur and magnesia, delightful
to the t iste and strengthening to the sys
tem. Invalids suffering from dyspepsia,
disordered stomach or liver, kidney com-
il.aints, lohsof appetite, debility and kin
dred diseases, are especially benefitted by
Visitors will find many improvements
made for their comfort and convenience;
rooms have been made more private; new
cottages have been built, and reception
r M)iu3 added, but care has at all times
been taken not to make any change that
would detract from or alter the rural, coun
try, farm-like, summer mode of living,
whose freedom has made life at "Dixon
Springs" so pleasant and popular.
is all new, simple and clean. New mat
tresses, new springs and new bedsteads have
been placeJ in all the cottages. The table
ware is best white ware, with silver knives
THE CIIIEK COoK
is a man of bng experience as a steamboat
meat and pastry cook. The fare is abundant
and appetites always good.
A good laundry is connected with the es
tablishment and guests can have washing
done at reasonable rates.
These have not been overlooked. A
string band belongs to the house, and danc
ing can be indulged in every niht. The
park" furnishis a magnificent croquet and
archery ground, nnd a grand "Story &
Camp" piano is kept for the use of guests.
ALI.K.N Sl'KI.No's l'OST OFFICE, Tom COUNTY
is one fourth of a mile from the springs
and the mail coach passes through from
Vienna on Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, and from Golconda on Monday, Wed
nesday and Friday, thus making a daily
arrival and departure of the mails.
You are cordially invited to come to
Dixon Springs" and spend a few days or
weeks iu its cool shades during the not
Everything possible will bo done to ren
der your visit a pleasant one.
Our rates are $8.00 per week. Other
summer resorts have raised their price this
year, and, although our rates are b"0 per
cent, below their old prices, wo make no
advance over tho old rates.
Jos. E. Leme.v, Proprietor.
hi L10OT1ON 1 1 KS UL.T.
V,'an eluded by majority often thousand votes
--to bu tho uneet Sc. clrfiir In tho market.
OK THE CONDITION
Alexander County Bunk.
Caiho, Iu., Monday, July Urd, ISM.
Loans and Discounts ?;',, i Si
Duo from other bank ?jv" ft,
CiihIi, on hand ! t(
Ituul listato and furulturo 1J'&IT 03
Capital Hock paid la Vi'livi ox
Hurplus and prollU ,,,, ?
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