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DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 19, 1882.
VI tyor-N.lt. Thistfewood,
Treasurer'!' J. Kurih.
CI rk-lunnls. J, Koley.
i:ouiiulor--Wm. H. Otlhurt.
Miimlml H. Meyers,
MOAHU or UIUMN.
Ki.Hl Ward - Win. McHal'i. T. M . Klnibroti.h.
tiueoud WardJesse lliukle, C. N. Hughes.
Tliinl Wrd B. K, Wake, Jnhn Wood.
Fourth Ward-Charla 0. I'atler, Adolph Bwo-
"'kiWi Ward-T. W. Ualllday, Bruit B. Pattlt.
Circuit .Iuu'e 1. J. linker.
Circuit Clerk A. H. Jrvtn.
County Jud?i)R. Yoc.um.
County Clerk -S.J. Ilumm.
County Attorney J. M. Dainron.
County Treasurer Milta W. I'arker.
t-oroiir It. KloiKerald
County CommlfiiiinowT. W. Uainuny , J. a.
(ill,). nuil l'eter haup.
Ct AIKU BAPTIST .Cornur Tauth und Poplar
JutrvtfU; preachmg first aud ttmd riuudaya lu
each month, U a. m. and 7:'J- "! P'?' J"""-
fMlVHCW Of THK RttUKKM KR Eplacopat)
j fourteenth aire!; Hunday 7:W; m.. Holy
Em-linnm; : . ni.. Hunday school ; I t)' a.m..
Murnliik- I'rayera; a;'' p. m., KveulnR I'rayers. r .
y. Invention, H. T. B. rlmlor.
l-MICVr MISSION AKY HAPT1HT CHUHCH.
1' iv M.ik at : . n... 3 p. in., wid 7:30 p. m.
.-'m).i.k l. s.hooi at ! m Kt. r. J. Bborea,
I t n!KKAN-Thlrt-nth Html; servii Hab
J i t'li'li 1:1" a. ni ; Sunday choullp.ro. Kef.
Km ppe, pnat .
MK'I UOIHSTCor. Kllith and Walnut streets,
I'rcai-liltiK Hat.hath 11 :W . m. and7:W p. m-r-utiday
Nhoui at C.w p in. Rev. J. A. hcarrell,
IiKKSHYTKKl AN -Kliihth atreet: preaching on
I Kubl.ath at 11:00 a. m. and 7:S0p. m.; prayer
inwttim Wednesday at 7:S'p. m.; Hnuday Schol
at 3 p. m. Kev B. V. Ueotie, pastor.
LT. JOSE1U Kotnan Catholic) f'onier Croaf
O and Walnut alrueta; ervlca Sabbath 10:Wia.
n.; Sunday School at i p. m.; Vesnera i p. m. ; aer
m.. every day at a. m. Kof . O'Hura. 1'rleat.
T. I'ATKIChVrW Roman Catholic) Corner Ninth
O strict and Washington avenne; aerflca Baft
tiatu tf and 10 a. m ; Vesper 3 p. in.; Holiday School
I 1. m. firvlcm every day at 8 a m. Kef. M-nUtsoii
K. R. TIME CARD AT CAIRO.
ILLINOIS, CENTRAL K. K.
TIHUS Uai-AKT. THANa AKIIIV.
Vail 3:15 a m I tMall AM a.m
tKfcom'dalion.ll :loa m Knre 11:10 a.m
t Kiprena 4:0' P tu I Aecomdatluu..4;ii5 p.m
SIISS CRSTRAL K. H.
tM1I 4::tta ni ItMiill -.. .. 5:fip.m
tKxiireM 10:1 5a m I tKiprw Il:ia m
hi". I4C. K. K (Narrow (iaui-e )
Kprt-ii H':a.m iprP 4:3Sp.m
Attom'datl'jn. I :-p p.m I Accom'datoln 12:05 p.iu
HT. L . I..M H. K. H.
tKtpra ll:30i m tEiprc,i - 2:!n p
tAccom nation. :;iop.m I tAccora'datlou 11:45 a.m
WABASH, KT. I.OUIS & PACIFIC K'Y CO.
M til II 4 A'i .m 'Mull Kx.... S:'Jtp m
Daily except Sunday, t Dally.
MOBILE - OHIO II. R
Mall (1:05 a. m. I Mail S:Vip. m.
Exprnae ii:0 a, m. I Exprea ......i:a p. m.
gT. LOUIS & CAIRO K. It.
TRAINS KL'S AS FOLLOWS.
Expri Mand Mail l. ave, Cairo, every day except
Sunday, at 10:-.'5 a m. Arriv.a 4:: p m.
Accoinmciilutliin arrivea at 12:05 p. m. aud dc
parte at l .i) p. m.
g ELECT SCHOOL.
Walnut St, near 12th.
SUMMKKTKKM, from July 5, 12 wetks
FALL TERM, from Oct. 2, 12 weeks
Tl IT10N Ft)K TERM
Common Sctaoil, Academic and Commorcial
1 1 UN 1 1 V IjO V D, Tiuifhor.
QEORGE H. LEACH, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Special sttention paid to the Homoopiithlctruat
mi nt of uri;lcal diaoaua, and dieieB of women
and children..'' .
Otc: Ou llth atroet, opposlto the Poet Olllco,
Jll. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Ciimr-ercta! Avenoa
Jlt. E W. WIIITLOCK,
Opru a -No, 1S6 Commorclal Avenue, between
KKlith and Ninth Htrneia
PROPRIETOR OP SPROAT'B PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
r CKED TOR SHIPPING
Oar Loads u Spooialtv.
Cor. Twelfth Street andLeyee,
TUB IIBOULAU CAIRO AND PADUCAU
HENRY B. TAYLOR Mimter
GEO. J0BK8 Clerk
Leave, Paducati for Cairo daily (Huudayi except
ed) at 8 a.m. and Mound City all p m. Return
IliK, L avc Cairo at 4 p. m. Kouud. City at Dp. m.
r EBB Y BOAT
(JAIRO CITY FERRY CO.
THREE -t-SPV-l STATES.
On r.nd after Monday, Jane 7th, and until tnrthrr
notice thefunyboat will make trlpa aa followt:
MAVia LBATIl LIATBS
Foot Fourth at. Mleaoorl Land g. EentuckyLdg.
8:00 a. m. 8:30 a.m. 9a.m.
10:00a. m, 10:30a. m. 11 a. m.
:00 p. m 2:30 p. m. 3 p.m.
4 of p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5;00p.m.
2 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 1 p.m
THK A. B. SAFF0RD.
Dally picket between Cairo and Mound C'ty Cip
tnln Au ttn Owen .
Lava Cairo .... :) A. M.
Mound City 8::o " "
( alro ...,1I:H0" "
" Mound City 1:30 P. M.
" Cairo 4:: ' "
" Mound CitT " "
On 8 ii n day until further notice th HafTord will
make to round tr1p between Cairo nd Mound
City, leaving Cairo at a. m. and 1:30 p. m and
leavlug Mound City at 11 o'clock a, in. aud B p. tn.
B i$K STATEMENTS.
HEP0RT OF THE CONDITION
Of Til C
CITY NATIONAL IiAXK
at Cairo, lu the Suto ol Illinois, at the clone of
July lt, 1882,
Loam and dlKconuts f 837. nv; 95
Overdraft 1,75 Ul
U. S. boudK to secure circula
tion 50,000 t
Oilier docks, bondi uud mort-
CaKCS 7,lll 28
Due from approved remrve
aui nln fllO.t-W l!t
Due from otln'r National banka 15,0-11 tl
jiiifl from Male tmiika and
tmnkcra 31,175 4!t-lifi.ms 23
Real cclHlii" furniture nud flx-
lurea iVV.iS 71
C'urriuit vxpeniea and taxea
paid IS 'II
Checks and other ranh item. .$ .575 !M
llilla or other Banka J0.27U 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickelaand pennlra 37ti 00
Cold .1i,W Oil
Silver H.KIO 80 "W.:3 80
I.cl'iiI Tender nolef 15,XA) 00 75,5:;) ft
Redemption fuud with V. S.
1 reaHiirer, (5 per cent, of cir
Due from U. S. Treamrer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demption fuud 2,000 Ol
TotaI $727,700 !W
Ciipltu) ptock paid in loo.oon oo
siirpuia Hunt iivio oo
I'ndivlded I'roflla 5,04'J 117
National hunk Dutt'i outitauil-
Dividend, unpaid 1,110 Oti
Individual deposits auhject to
c.liecK sioo.iiii on
I)enminlrerllttcaleaordepoi'll, 15,4-8 1
Due to other Natlonnl banka, 2,217 20
Due lo 8tuta blinks and
bunker 33,089 78- 451,501 (lit
ToTAt ft 727.700
Hlnte of Illinois, rouuty of Alexander, as.
l, luos. w. iiaiitaay, l asnicr ot tiioanove named
bauk, do solemnly swear tli.it the above statement
Is true to tho bust of my knowledge and belief.
Titos. W. IIai.i.idat, Cashier.
Subscribed nud sworn to before roe this loth day
of July, 1882. M J.Howt.KV.
It. II. ClIMNINOUAM. )
II. II. Candii. Directors
U. L. llALLIllAT.
OK THE CONDITION
A lexauder County Bank.
Cairo, III., Monday, July 3rd, 1882.
Loan and Discounts $62,007 2.1
Due from other bauk 35.11H W
Cash, on hand 20,877 22
Kuul Estate and furultttro 13,647 65
Capital stock paid Is ,
Surplus and nriiuu
Deposit. 114,101 711
unu other bank ft! 81
we. V: Bros, president, aod Henry Well
rainier, no solemnly swear that tho above statu
ment I true to the boat of our knowledge aod bu
l"f. Y. BK088, Proaldont
II. WILLS, Cashier.
Subscribed nd worn to before ma this Hrd day
"! oo. ALTUBV CUM in UP,
1 Notary Public.
W. V Lamiiiiis, rtvor editor ol I'll Htri TlK
and ateiimboat pasuifi;e aont. Orders for all
kinds of Htuainhoat Job punting solicited. Odlce
ut Planters Hotel, No. 51 Ohio leveo.
HTAOES OF TUB RIVEK.
Tlio river markcl by the gaugo liwt even
fug at 4 o'clock at this port 31 fuet 0
inches ami falling.
Pittsburg, July 18-0 p. m. River 2 feet
10 inches and falling.
Cincinnati, July IS -0 p. m. River 17
feet 2 inches am falling.
Louisville, July 18 C p. in. River 8
feet 11 inches ami rising.
Nashvillo, July 18 -C p. ni. River 8 feet
7 inches ami falling.
St. Louia, July 18-8 p. m. River 21 feet
4 inches ami falling.
Tho City of Vicksburg from below is due
up this morning fur St. Louis.
The Jonie Harry passed hero yesterday
for Paducah, where she will bo drawn out
on the ways fur thorough repairs.
The Junius Morgan, transfer for the Wa
bash ami Iron Mountain R. R., came down
from Mound City yesterday. She looks
now as well tto when first buih. Capt. Win.
Hambluton had herout ou liis way at the
Mound, an i has done an excellent job of
work, equally as good as can bo done in
any of thesteambo'it yards of this country.
Th Morgan will be ready for business in a
day or two.
The towboat E. M. Norton arrived yes
terday with two model barges from St. Louis
Tho Gus Fowler had a largo trip of
freight yesterday, consisting of wheat,
tobacco and staves. Her passenger list
was also excellent.
The John B. Maude leaves St. Louis for
Memphis this evening.
The 8te. Genevieve from St. Louis ar
rived at 7 labt evening. She had a good
trip and added s nne freight hete. She de
parted for Memphis at 9 p. m.
Yesterday was clear and warm. Business
on the wharf dull.
Wilson got whipped, but Sullivan lost
the tight. "How's it anyhow ?"
We aro creditably informed that the
Josh. V. Throop will cuter tho Evansville
and Ciro packet trado next week for tho
Hummer and fall campaign.
The Future City passed down for New
Orleans yesterday. Sho had Cvo model
barges loaded with bulk grain.
Capt. Thompson wired us yesterday that
hi, boat, the Vint Sltinkle, would arrive
here early this morning for Memphis. She
has been detained on account of business.
The U. P. Schenck for New Orleans is
due to-day. sho will receive some freight
hero before her departure.
People going south by river will do well
by securing pissage on tho Vint Shinkle
for Memphis this morning. Seo V. F.
Tho Jas. W. U.ilTleft Memphis last even
ing with a good trip for C'incinuuti. Sho
will report here early to-morrow morning.
Tito Qno steamer Golden Rule from New
Orleans is duo to-morrow for Cincinnati.
O. P. Shinkle, master.
The City of Altou arrived yesterday at (S
a. m. from New Orleans, and departed for
St. Louis at 7 a. m. She had a fair trip of
freight and a large number of passengers.
Tho Gus Fowler from Paducah is due at
2 p. m. to-day, and will leavehcre on her
return trip at r p. m.
The fine steamer Belle Memphis from St.
Louis is duo this evening for Vicksburg.
The Baton Rouge will leave St. Louis
at 5 p. m. to day for New Orfoans, and is
due hero to-morrow evening.
Tho Ilulson, Capt. John Griffith master,
leaves St. Louis this evening for Cairo, Pa
ducah ami Sliawneotown. Sho will arrive
hero to-morrow evening.
Tho steamer Pittsburg from St. Louis is
due to-night for Pittsburg.
Tho new steamer J. 11. Ilillman, just
completed, has gone to Nushvillo and will
leave there next Friday evening in place of
f the B. S. Rhea. Sho will fill tho place tin
ring tho low water Reason, arriving here
every Stiudnyhnd leaving on her return trip
eVery Monday morning at 10 o'clock. This
handsome little packet i M'Jj j fuet lone,
28 feet beam and only draws 10 inches at
tho utern. She has two 20 foot boilcm,
two 10-inch cylinders with 4 fuet stroke
and n 11 font wheel. Sho has a full cabin
which is very neat and well furnished, also
0 stateroom for colored passengoru. Capt.
Tom Gallighor will command tho uew
packet ;aud wo predict a prosperous career
under his administration.
Tho Rofflunluff of JSie.kiii'B.
Never tritle with what nro called kuhlII
ailments. Jfyou feel inert, with a bitter
or imii tanto in tlio inoutii, loss ol appetite,
bowels costivo, resort at onco to Simmons
liivir Kegulator. For tlio miseries of dys
Poiihla and thev Include; alumni uvurv tin
pleasant fooling that belongs to physical
disease and mental wretchedness this po
tent medicino, Simmons Liver Regulator, Is
a vuuuiu nntJ peouy cure.
Ia the Sleeper.
As the train was about to lenve the
Union Depot, fur tho East, tho other
night, a man with a satehol said he'd
beard a heap nbotit "tln'tn bleeping
cars," iitnl ho guessed lio'd try ono
ooce. Making the necessary arrange
ments, ho was ad milted to the car, ami
Boon scttlfil himself into a seat. Before
niching Trenton he was asleep, feet on
the opposite cushion, mid hissatehel for
a pillow. Tho porter linally got ready
lo make his bed und g;ivo him a shake
to aiMiise him.
"Who in blazes bo you?" growled the
man as he opened his eyes!
'Do porter sail."
Yoii niv, eh! Well now, you look
licre! I never mwv you before, mid never
tiliull again, but I want you to under
stand that Tin no chicken. I paid .2
for the privilege of sleeping in this car,
and just ns 1 gi t into my first mioo.o
along you come nud wake mo up! If
you Want a chaw of tobacco or a match,
you can have it, but don't break in on
my dreams again if you want to be alive
v iieti we get. to Bu'l'tilo! When I buy
wrtain rights I'm going to have 'em or
A Thorough Job.
Judgo M , a well-known jurist liv
ing near Cincinnati, was fond of relat
ing this anecdote: He once had occasion
to Muid lo the village for a carpenter,
anil a sturdy young fellow appeared
w itli his tools.
"I want this fence mended to keen
out the cattle. There are some unpinned
boards use them. It is out of sight of
the house, ho you need not take time to
make it a neat job; I will only pay -l.o0.
The judge went to dinner, and coining
out, found the man planing each boanl.
Supposing that ho was trying to make a
costly job of it, he ordered him to nail
them on at oneo, just as they were, and
continued his walk. When iie returned,
the? boards were planed and numbered
ready for nailing.
'I told you this fence was to bo cov
ered with vines," ho said angrily. "I
do not eare how it looks."
"I do," said the carpenter, gruffly,
carefully measuring his work. When it
wa.s done there was no part of the fence
as thorough in finish.
'How much do you charge?" asked
"A dollar and a half," said tho man,
shouldering his tools."
Tho Judge stared. "Why did you
spend all that labor on the job, if not for
"For the job, sir."
"Nobody would have seen tho poor
work on it."
"Dut I should have known it was
there. No, I'll take only the ifl.M)."
And he took it and went awav.
Ten years afterwards the Judgo hnd
the contract to give for tho building of
certain magnificent public buildings.
There were many applicants among
master builders, but the faco of one
cauo'lit his cvo.
"It was my man of the fence," he
said. "I knew we should have onlv
good, genuine work from him. I gave
nim Ihe contract and made a rich mail
Waking Up the Wrong Sinker.
A sedate Shaker, with his h;;ir brush
ed behind his ears and wearing a broad
brimmed hat, was surprised while stop
ping at a frontier town by being hustled,
elbowed and otherwise insulted.
Finally he turned tiiion a fellow who
had pushed him oil' the sidewalk, and
after thumping him against a post a few
times asked him what he meant by in
stilling a peaceable Shaker.
"Blessed if von ain't a Shaker," said
the discomfited gentleman, staunching
the blood from his nose; "from your hat
ajid your hair the boys all thought you
were one of them Catamount (.'nurley's
or Dead Shot Dick's that are traveling
round, and don't mind being booted
about more' n a yeller dog." Uoxhm
C'.lmT itl IlnHi-lin.
Keeping Food for Months.
The more people reflect on Prof.
Ikit'tV's discovery (hat by beating boraic
itcid with glvceiine a compound was ob
tained which keeps food pel feclly sound
und sweet for months, the greater will
he their conception of (he revolutionary
character of liovoglyccrido. To bcgi
with, the vast l'ef i iget at ing vaults w hich
havo been constructed at Victoriadoi ks,
in which -1,'WO "muttons" con be stored
at one time, will be rendered useless
and the demand for refrigerators will
suddenly cease. That, however, is ono
of the most trilling of tho consi'iUenees
of Prof. Hard" s discovery, A sultry day
will no longer be able to spoil "tlio bar
vest of the sea," nnd London and all the
inland towns will for the tirst time bo
able to enjoy a conslant supply ofehonp
fresh lish. The revolution will fall
heaviest on farlners. Mutton Is a pen
ny a pound in New South Wales, nnd
beef three- half-pence a pound in Texas,
If Devonshire cream can be delivered in
Zanzibar ns'fi'osh as when it left the
English dairy, the ono great clement
which has hitherto favored the British
agriculturist in his struggle against for
eign 4'ompetition will disappear. Rents
will fall once more, und the reluctance
of tho Irish tenant to pure base his hold
ing will bo jjreatcr than ever. Prof.
Harir may yet ligurn in history as the
revolutionist who administered tho coup
de; grace to tho ancient landed system
The Khedivo of Egypt says he is op
posed to polygamy, and Is working to
make hU people content with one wife
for each husband. He wants to inspire
thnni with a liberal feeling toward all
religious beliefs, nnd to make them re
spectful to Christiana ami Jews as well
ns to people of their own faith. Ho has
given hind nt Cairo for u Protestant
mission and in Upper Egypt for another.
He docs, not expect to change his religi
on, nor to ask other people to change
Nearly 1,500 Europeans, drawing an
annual salary of $2,000,000, are employ,
ed lu the civil servlco ofl'gyptto tho
exclusion of naUres. That what the
Tho funny sensation caused by a whlto
face among black, red, or yellow people,
who have never seen one before, is per
haps morn than matched when the tables
are turned and the white man stares for
the first time at a negro. We remem
ber the exclamation of an astonished
little boy when a black man came to
his father's bouse, "Why don't you wash
your face?" Tho Philadelphia Jtrcord.
noting the arrival of a party of Jewish
refugees from Russia, says:
Most of these refugees never saw a
colored man until they landed in this
country, and when two negroes stepped
innocently to take a look at them they
created, considerable excitement.
"What is the matter with those men P"
asked one of tho refugees of a commit
teeman. "Nothing," was tho answer.
"Ain't they sick?" was asked.
"Well, what makes them so black?"
"They are negroes," replied the com
mitteeman. The foreigner shook his head and pro
ceeded to examine tho colored men
closer. A crowd soon gathered and en
joyed the sight immensely. Some of
them shook hands with the Africans,
but most of them refused, and shrunk
when the dusky hands were offered
The children, and some of the women,
ran in alarm when the colored men ap
proached them. The youngsters clung
in terror to the skirls of their mother.",
while the adult females wen not so cer
tain but that the darkies were sent in
the room to scare Oicin, or cat them up.
The young colored men enjoyed the
sport themselves, and tried to talk gib
berish to tho exiles.
' Happy Thought For Pickpockots.
A singular charge of theft wns heard
before the Brighton magistrates on a
recent naorning. The prisoner, a do
mestic servant named Rice, went to a
shop to try on a bonnet, and having her
mistress' child with her, placed it on a
settee in tho waiting-room. .Meanwhile
a lady, who was also trying on a bon
net, placed her purse, containing be
tween jL'(5 and 7 on the settee. When
the girl Rice left the purse was missed.
She was followed home, and tho purse
was found in tho pocket of the child's
jacket. Rice was thereupon given into
custody. This theory of the prosecution
was that she had stolen the purse and
hidden it in the child's pocket. The
suggestion for the defense was that the
child had iUelf taken tho purse. The
child being only a few years old -in
fact, a mere baby was too youti" to
give its account cf the matter, anil in
the end tho magistrates sent tho case
for trial. They, however, expressed
surprise at the purse being left about in
the way it admittedly had been, hut this
was explained as duo to sonic difficulty
with the pockets. I.iit rjmol Courier.
The Bankers and Brokers' Tele
graph Company, recently organized, is
constructing a lino from Albany to
New York. It is using fifty-one poles
to the mile. The usual number is thir-tv-tive..
ChiCaO ! !
Tuesday Julv 18. 18812
ILLINOIS - CENTRAL RAILROAD
will tuna special excursion trail) leavintf Cairo
al 'i::i a. m. arriving In ChlcaKo atH:S0 n. m snmu
day. Kure to Clilcauo and return only 17.50. The
Ht M U W U Till ITT 1 1L M H, V L"IM V, 1 . ,.f...
w ... ... ... , . v . . . fc. v. jnuuii.iM inmv
Chicago Driving Park.
Will bu held July IS to iil lucltislve.
852,000 IN PUHSKS
Tickets aro en ml to return on anv Ih roll eh
trulu leaving Chicago up to and luelitdlnir tho ev
eii'im train of Monday, July 31. attention belnc
raiieii loine ini'tiiiai uieuveuiUK trulu Irom Chi
Pilirostoiis coil v at certain tiolnts smith of Klllne.
ton and that noolher alDp will ho made for pur-
nen iHiiuiuy ivxciirsion i icaeia
.1. V, TI CK Kit, Traffic Manager.
J. K. MKRKY, Kinursliiii Agent.
A. II. HANSON, Ueu. Pass, Aent.
rjHIE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
71 OHIO LEV KB
A General Ranking; business
TIIOS. W. IIAI.LIDAV.
JNTKIU'ItlBK HAVING DANK,
Of Cairo, '.
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TlXOa. W, II ALXJ A V,
1 ' 1 1 uref
White other Baking Powden art largely
adulterated with Alum and other hurtful
has been kept unchanged in all He original
purity and strength. The best evidence of
its safety and effectiveness is the fact of
its tii ring received the highest testimoni
als from the most eminent chemists in the
United States, who have analyzed it, frot
its introduction to the present time. No
other powders show so good results by the
true test the TEST OF THE OVEN.
IT IS A PURE FRUIT ACID BAKING POWDER
STEELE & PRICE,
Chicago, 111., and 8t. Louis, Mo.,
u.rwtor. or l.apalla f Ml Dm, Dr. frlra'. SMtal
VlMorlai kiacu, ud tlr. Frlu'i l'iliu Ftrftl-M.
Tk f 5
r 2 O'S
!- O a.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE ANI) RETAIL.
Tlio Largest Variety Slock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKU & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street I
-ILL AND COMMISSION.
flALLID AY BROTHERS,
PL0UK. (IRA IN AND HAY
Egypt ian Flouring Mills
HtehcHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
CoinnuTclnl Avenue and Eighth Street,
J'. HKO.sS. rremilciit. I'. MCKP. Vlcrroa'ol
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J. Y. Clemson, Caledonia.
AOBNERAL UANKINO RUSINSS8 DON.
Kxchautro sold aod bought. Interuft paid In
the Saving Department. Colluctluua uiadu and
all business promptly altumlod to.
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