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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; THURSDAY MOItNINO, JULY 27, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE: NO. 78 OHIO I.KVF.E.
EKTKHKU AT TUB CAIHO rOSTOFKICR KOK
tllANSMISHION THKOUHII TUB MAILS AT SHO
OK D CLASS HATES.
OfIOIAL PAPBROP CITS AND COUNTY
Wf M HthorUnd to uouunee that H. A. P.
WILBANKS, nf Jeffvnoo count.", I cuntltdac e
for OIptk ofthe AipilltJ I'oun In ih KourlU
JliTtni.in of IlllnoU. cuhjoct lo thu riocmlon of
cauwnlion of Democratic party
W rn mitlhirlx.td to announce llw namo of
WALTKK AKLKf( a a eitulltn'u for ttio otBc.i
of Coatnjr Jucltftf of Alexaoilor Comily.
W an R'ltluirlU'il to BUtiomiro .luntire JOHN
II. KOIHN.S0 1 an Inilepf nuVnt t audiilnte for
Count; Jililire at tliv coming Novum oer eUxlloli.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notif Iti tnif column, vrM cuntu pur lino fur
HrntauJftv centa ur Una each lUlMM-iiueiiliiiaor-lion.
Kor one wwk. 30 couta ir llnu. For ouu
mouth, 60 coma per line.
Out nf the 6ro, cor. of 8th and Ltivue, tny
ice house and ollko is at present s tho
City Brewery,. on Washington uvon'.ie, ie
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will bu
filled samp as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regulaily every day.
Southern Hotel and Restaurant
Leo Kiel) desires his friends aiiil the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the fire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at nil hours.
Good rooms and beds for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, fiue honors tor the
tbirstv. is the rule. Give him the call, tf
Ileal Estate at Auction!
Lots 14 13 and 10 block 81 (being on
south side of Crosj street west, of Washing
ton) and lots 1 and 2 block -JO, First addit
ion, (being on Poplar, corner of Twenty
seventh street) will be offered frsa!oat the
Court House to the highest bidder for cash
on Fiiday July L8, 182 at :J o'clock, p.
m. Title perfect.
Omirtead & Winter, Auctioneers.
M. J. Howley, Heal Estate Acut.
CALLED TO MEET.
All members of the Young Men's Demo
cratic club of Ciro are requested to meet
at old Reform hall, on Tenth street, to
morrow (.Friday) night. By order of the
chairman, Angus Lek. 2t
The members of the "Cairo Protectionist"
are hereby requested to meet at their hall
on Friday evening July 28lh. Business of
importaucs prompts the call.
Geo. J. Bkckkh, Secretary.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets t- all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, 1'ueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. H. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Notice to UoiiBTjuiers of Ice.
My wagons will run through tho seusou
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my otlice 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 curelul attention.
Geo. W. Sl'ENCE.
J. S. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair prices. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No.! Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured a'td for sale at thu Cairo Bulletin
Sproat'H Retail Ice Box.
Cousumets of ico are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street iu Cunditf's store where
ice iu anv quantity ran at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
Just the name as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin teifotated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the otlice. No. 'i and
3. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by liie dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
To Railroal CoiitractoiM.
Proposals will bu received until Friday
August 18ih, at 12 m., for the clearing,
grubbing grading and bridging
of tho Ys.oo & Mississippi
Valley K. U. from Jackson, M issis
sippi to lazoo City 'balance nJiout !.")
miles. Specifications, maps, plans and pro
riles of the work can be seen on ami after
July aOtb, at the ollico of the company's
Engineer, Capt. II. P. Farrur, at Jackson,
Mississippi. The work will be divided in
sections of about five miles, and contractors
may hid tor one or more sections.
This Is very desirable work, ami worth
the attention of contractor. Bills should
D9 aauressnn to the undersigned at the com
right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
J as, C. Ci.aiikk,
Jackson, Mississippi July Mb HH .
Women that have been UKjrjdden for
year have been completely cured by the
use or Lyaia is. I'lukuam V egctuble Com
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nntttaa In tb eommui, ten ent par Una,
acb Inmtlon. Mark ad '
Furnished rooms to rent by Mrs. S.
Mr. and Mrs. Burnett returnod from
Dixon Springs day before yesterday.
Furnished rooms to rent by Mrs, 8.
A new furniture store has opened in
the brick building, comer 10th and Wash
ington. A number of our young people in pairs,
and in buggies, took a pleasant moonlight
drive to Mound City last evening.
Mrs. C. W. Bradley aud sisters leave
this morning by tho Wabash train for a few
weeks recreation at Dixon Springs.
Vincent's new store house, corner Kail
road and 8th street, is nearly completed
and makes a fine appearance.
Monday morning a fine ten pound girl
was born unto Mr. and Mrs. Cameron of
which they arc justly proud.
The secretary of tho Protectionists of
this city has a notice in special local of vital
importance to members of that organiza
tion. The members of the young men's
Democratic club are called to meet in old
Reform hall to-morrow night. See notice
in special locals by President Leek.
Furnished rooms to rent by Mrs. S.
Mr. Herbert Mackie, of Chicago, was
iu the city, a guest at Tho Halliday,
yesterday. He left again yesterday
Leo Kleb has finished his place of bus
iness and has almost a new house. He will
open tomorrow as will be seen by notice
in another place.
The Bulletin ollice iB overrun with
work just now and a few good printers
would be welcomed as a "God send," if
not too long coming.
-Reserved seat tickets for St. Louis ex
cursion, now'on sale at Coleman's book
store, only 3.00 round trip. Call at once
and select your seat. It
Mrs. James Barclay and children left
yesteiday afternoon for Chicago to visit
friends. Th"V will return in about two
weeks and then go to Wakisha, Wis , on a
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Hall road street.
The front entrance to job office is closed
alter seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
The political party that takes a firm
stand against thu toy pistol can make its
mark. Now is the opportunity of our Green
back friends iu this State; will they be wise
enough to take advantago of it.
-Mrs. C. R. Stuart and Mrs. W. C. Mul
key and children left yesterday for Chicago.
Tho latter will continue from there on their
way to St. Catharines, Canada, to spend a
few months ou a visit to friends.
A week from next Sunday a match
game of baso ball will bo played between
tho Cairo Brown Stockings, a new club,
and a combination nine from New Madrid
Maiden and other towns in Missouri.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Barclay retumcd
from Dixon Springs Tuesday night. They
are looking well and express themselves
well pleased with the place, the people, the
accommodation and everything but tho
ride from Vienua across thu mountains.
Tho young Democracy and the Veto
rans did not quarrel worth a cent yesterday.
Tliey melted together very harnionously.
Before the convention adjourned "honors
were easy." A little couflict of opinion
loes no harm, when there is no disposition
to cheat, and no purchased voters.
Au acrobat who has como down iu tho
world entertained a small audience on
Eigth street yesterday evening by holding
eight chairs at once up in his mouth and
bending a half inch bar of iron by striking
it on his arm. The performance concluded
with a collection.
The earthquake which pussod under
Cairo some days ago continues to bo the
ground for profound scientific investigation
for the brainy newspaper oditors of contral
Illinois. T. W. S. Kid 1, of the Springfield
Monitor, has discovered, after much research
that "the earthquake felt at Cairo, III., was
Egyptian sympathy." Next.
The ISi'i.lktin acknowledges with
thanks a complimentary ticket to the
grand races to bo given by tho Paducah
Kieiug Association on thu 15th 10th arid
17th of August. Mr. W. C. L. Board, who
contributed so much to tho success of tho
Fourth of July races here, is secretary of
tho association and will take an active part
in the conduct of tho races there.
Yesterday's game of base ball between
tho Chicago Store nine and tho Riversides
of Paducah was a very interesting ouo and
drew a largo crowd of spectators. Some
fine playing was done on both sides but tho
Riversides carried off tho victory. Tho
score stood uino for tho Riversides and six
for tho Chicago Store club. Mr. Geo. Frasor
Tho Cairo City Property compauy built
a new bridge on a new road leading from
just above Cacbo bridge to Mound City
A L .
ivuimt two years ago tne company con
structed two new roads leading at different
points to tho Mounds Junction and Mound
City roads. A bridge on one. of these roads
was washed away by the recent flood and
travel was interrupted. The now bridgg is
a substantial structure and will save those
going to or from Mound City by that route
much time and trouble.
It is duo to some of tho prominent
Democrats in the city to say that they did
not, as was asserted yesterday, instigate
the notices in yesterday's Bulletin, an
nouueiug that the Democratic county con
vention would be held at the court house
for tho purpose of misleading tho young
Democrats. They were the result of a care
less slip of the pencil of Tub Bulletin man
who takes all the responsibility and conse
quences of the crime up his own shoulders.
Hon. John II. Oberly has again taken
editorial chargo of the Bloomington Bul
letin, though this does not appear from the
paper in any way other than that it seems to
have been suddenly ressurrected from the
dead. It presents an entirely new appear
ance, has a new, suggestive heading, and a
much improved typographical appearance
generally. From the editorial page the
active, able mind of Mr. Oberly shines forth
with characteristic brilliancy. This of the
Daily; of the Weekly Bulletin Mr. Oberly
says himself : "After the Bulletin gets lo
cated in its new building, uow being erected
at the corner ot Washington aud East
streets, a large new press will bo put in and
the weekly will bo enlarged and much im
proved in every respect. It will bo made
an eight page paper ot seven colunis to the
page and will be carefully edited in all its
departments. Until the uew arrangements
have been made, our readers must endure
the Bulletin as they find it now the best
weekly m the county, but not as good a pa
per as we desire and intend speedily to sup
ply to tho public."
In his introductory editorial upon
agaiu taking charge of the Bloomington
Bulletin, Mr. Oberly says: "We therefore
hope for and indeed expect the support of
good Democrats and of most of the liberal
minded Republicans of McLean county.
This support will, as we have said, bo nec
essary to our success, because even at this
early moment the ringsters of the county
the oflicial blood-suckers the machiue
men of the dominant party, are inducing
their instruments to embarrass us with an
noying suits at law and are permitting their
mean tongues to wag in slander and indulge
in malicious falsehoods. That these efforts
to crush us will amount to much more than
aonoyance3, we do not bolieve, but we have
no doubt not the least that before the
battle has been concluded, either in our
favor or against m, the men who strike at
us from their ambushes will receive at least
a number ot grevious wounds." One of
the annoying suits at law referred to in the
above appears from a Bloomingtou
item of the the !0tb, which says:
"Mrs. Katherino McLean a pretty
and attractive wife of tho West
Hide, has brought suit for $10,000 damages,
for libel, against the Hon. John II. Oberly.
She claims that an article published sorno
months ago in Tho Daily Bulletin reflectod
upon her character. The article accused
her of improper conduct with a freight con
ductor of the Chicago & Alton. Soon after
the publication she sued the company
publishing Tho Bulletin for $5,000 damages.
The company is now defunct, having wound
up its career, and sho u determined to seek
satisfaction from the editor."
A day or two ago Deputy Sheriff
Thomas, of Pope county, was in the city in
search of two brothers named B. 8. and J.
B. Raines, father and son, of Popo county,
who aro charged with murder. Sheriff
Thomas did not find tho men, although
they were in tho city at the time, becauso
be would not confide, his mission to the
ofiicers here. Ho returned without the
prisoners. The circumstances of the crime
with which the men are charged are as
follows: "An old feud had long existed
between tho Raines and one Tom Townes,
who was murdered. Saturday week last
the men met and were very friendly.
Townes having, it is generally understood,
thought the difference had been settled
The party at this meeting drank together
for a while, when tho Raines asked Townes
to get into their wagon and ride out into
the country. This he did, but on the way
out the men seemed to havo renewed tho
quarrel, for tho old man assaulted Townes'
with a club, striking him over the head, as
he attempted to jump from the wagon, and
knocking him down. Tho son then raised
a gun, hid somewhere about tho wagon,
and shot Townes, killing him almost in
stantly. Tho men then disappeared, but
hid somewhere in tho county until last Sat
urday, when they left and came this way.
This fact came to the knowledge of tho au
thorities of the county and henco tho pur
suit at this seeming lato day. Mr. Thomas;
has an idea that ho will dig the Haines out
of their hiding place or catch them at large
in a few days. Their deed was, from our
information, a cold blooded one and they
deserve tho severest punishment. The
murdered man is understood to havo been
a young one, The nature of the feud bo
twoen the parties is not fully known."
Tho young Democracy attended the
county convention at tho Arab engine bouse
iu full force yesterday afternoon nnd took
an active part in tho convention. They lent
lite and interest to tho proceedings and,
generally, conducted themselves very
creditably. Tohy elected Mr. Angus Leek
temporary chairmau who occupied tho
chair with dignity and ruled with fairness.
Tho calm manner in which thu older tuein
bers of the party accepted the situation,
proved conclusively that tho intimation
coutained in that 5th resolution adopted
by tho young Democrats at tho court house
the other night and referred to in yester
day's Bulletin, that tho older Democrats
had iu tho past tried to keep thu younger
ones from sharing any of tho political hon
ors of the party, is what
The Bulletin denominated it,
an in justice to those at whom it was aimed.
On tho whole tho young men generally
behaved, at every stage of the proceedings,
with all due dignity, and everything went
veiy satisfactorily. But it was evident on
several occasions that one or two among
the young men had come there with tho
firm and foolish couvictiou that there was
an organized baud of men who would seek
to crush them, aud who would havo to be
routed by a resort to violence. It seemed
as though they had come there to face John
L. Sullivan, or some other rough, in a
prize ring, prepared to annihilate him with
a supply of previously prepared verbal am
munition showered upon him in strict ac
cordance with the Quecusbury rules. And
wjien tho imaginary enemy did not appear,
aud tho ammunition was showered upon a
purely imaginary antagonist in an imaginary
ring, the sight was rather ludicrous.
Smoke tho Evening's Delight. It is not
an imported clear Havana cigar like our
opposition down the avenue advertisers for
sale for the small sum of 5 ceDts (by the
way clear imported Pennsylvania manu
factured within fifty miles of Cairo.)
The Evening's Delight is a domestic
cigar (not impotted clear Havana), manu
factured right here in Cairo, and tho best
5 cent cigar on the market manufactuied
and sold, at wholesale and retail, by our
popular cigar manutacturer, George G.
Wichert, at his elegaut place of business
on Washington ave., between 11th and 12th
"Honesty is the policy."
P. S. Also constantly on hand a largo
assortment of chewing and 6Uioking tobac
co, including all popular brands; also a
large 6tock of smoker's fancy goods and
about twenty different brands of cigars,
all of my own manufacturer which I will sell
to the consumers, at wholesale aud retail,
at the lowest price. Give me a call and be
DEMOCRATS IN COUNCIL
HAKMONY ENTHUSIASM 0,1'ICK WOKK
In accordance with the call of the county
central committee, tho Democrats of this
city and county met at the Arab engine
house yesterday afternoon. Tho party was
well represented, there being many more
than could be accommodated with seats and
the rear of the hall and tho aisles were
crowded with persons "on foot."
The proceedings which appear below
were mt characterized by that dull har
mony which betokens a lack of life and
interest and hope of success, they were
spirited to an extent which leaves no doubt
that tho Democracy of this city and county
is alive to the situation and will make a
strong, and let us hope, a successful, fight
during the coming campaign. This mani
festation of spirit was principally due to
the young Democrats who, contrary to their
former habits, were there in full forco and
made themselves felt.
Although some spirited speeches were
made by several gentlemen, both old and
young, especially upon tho motion to in
struct the delegatus to the judiciary con
ventiou for Mr. John W. Burton, not a dis
respectful word was said. Tho motion was
voted down, not because of any opposition
to Mr. Burton who is a young mau well
qualified in every way for tho appellate
clerkship, but becauso the meeting was op
posed, ou general principles, to instructing
any of tho delegates.
Altogether the convention was a model
one, just such a one any party in which per
fect harmony, coupled with a proper inter
est in tho political affairs of the community,
prevail would h dd. Tho following are the
official proceedings as kindly furnished
by tho secretary Mr. C, C. Mason:
Meetiug of the Democrats of Alexander
county iu the Arab engine home, Cairo,
III., July 20th, 1882. '
Meeting was called lo order by Capt.
Thos. W. Shields, chairman of tho county
central committee, who stated the object
of the meeting to be tho selection of del
egates lo the stale, congressional and judi
cial conventions to bo bold.
On motion of Geo. W. HendricM Mr.
Angus Leek was chosen chairman, who
stated the next order of business would be
the selection of a secretary. Whereupon
Mr. C. C. Mason was duly elected.
On motion of Judge Bross a committee
of seven, consisting of five from tho city
and two from tho comity, was appoiuted to
select delegates to the different conventions
The chair appointed Messrs. W. E. Hen
dricks. Win. C. Mulkey, M. J. Howley,
John Horn and Thos. W. Shields from the
city, and Mosbm. N. Huusaclf er and J. II.
Mulcahy from the couuty.
After 15 minutes consultation the commit
tee made the following report, which was,
upon motion of A. II. Irviu, received and
DELEGATES TO CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION.
Hon. W.JI,fliee:i. Urn. Thos. W. Halli
day, N. llunsntker, C. C. Mason, P. Sul
livan, Hon.F. Rron and B. F. Blake.
J. II. Mtileahy, I. P. Coil, P. II. Schuh,
G. Morse, W. C. Mulkey, Claudo Winter
ami (.'. W. Henderson.
DELKtlATKS T HI' ATE CONVENTION.
Hon. A. 11. Irvin Capt. Thos. W. Shields
aud Hon. W. II. Green.
W. E.'Hendricks, Hon. Thos. Wilson and
DKLEOATEH TO JUDICIAL CONVENTION.
M. J. Howley, Angus Leek and I). TJ
I). J. Foley, 1. Furubaker and G. W. Hen
dricks. On motion of Mr. M. J. Howley it was
decided that as the judicial convention had
not been called, and as it was uncertain
how many delegates would be uecessary
from this county, tho delegates appoiuted
wore given power to select from tho alter
nates, such a number (with themselves) as
would fill the required number. Several
motions were then made as to instructing
delegates, which was, after some de
listing, laid on tho table, and a motion to
adjourn was corried.
One of tho motions referred to above,
was to instruct the delegates to the judicial
district convention to vote for Mr. J. W.
Burton, of Williamson county. Another
motion was made to table this motion,
which caused much discussion and some
unnecessary excitement. Tho motion to
table was finally put, it was lost and was
so declared by the chair. A division was
called for, which resulted in tableing the
motion by a vote of thirty-uinc nays to for
ty two yeas.)
ANDHEWrt' I'EAltL BAKINO I'OWDEll CO.
MAKES STATEMENTS THAT ADMIT OK NO
DOUBTS ON THE SUBJECT AND EASILY UN
DERSTOOD BY INTERESTED PARTIES.
Wo havo never considered ourselves self
constituted philanthropist like the Royal
Baking Powder Co., to make invidious com
parisons of our competitors goods through
the press or to pay chemists to make them
for us, or to allude to them by name in con
cealed advertisements in order to incrcPSC
the sale of Audrews' Pearl Baking Powder
We do not find any high-minded, first
dass.teputabte. manufacturers in any class
of business, like Kingsford, or Duryea's
Starch Company, or Babbitt's Soap Compa
ny, resorting to this method of seeking
trade, which would bring upon them, as it
always doe, the scoin aud contempt of
every honest business man in the country
The Royal Baking Powder Co. still per
sists in publishing that Andrews' B iking
Powdercontains alum, having been so de
tided, as they say, by Dr. Love, government
chemist for the Indian department, al
though we stated through the press, some
time ago, that we made and eold two kinds
of baking powder, of different qualities as
the trade might demand, making no mis
representation when the goods were sold
But the Royal Baking Powder Co. takes
this method of inducing tho public to infer
that tho cream tartar power sold under our
brand of Andrews" Pearl, is the ouo referred
t) under tho ambiguous form of "Andrews'
Baking Powder contains alum," and sus
tained by the analysis nf the government
chemist for tho Indian department, instea
of giving tho names of our brands which
aro prominently printed upon our labels
In order to sottlo this question penna
nently and ascertain if our baking powder
known and sold under the brand of
Andrews' Pearl is meant, we make this
$1,000 that Andrews' Pearl Baking Pow
dur is free from iiluin, but tho principa
iugrcdicut is cream tartar ami is not in
$1,000 that biscuits made from Andrews'
Pearl Baking Powder are perfectly health
ful and free from deleterious substances.
$1,000 that Andrews' Pearl Baking Pow
der tloes not and never did contain alum
or injurious ingredients.
$1,000 that Dr. Molt neither is nor evor
has been thu regularly authorized commis
sioned government chemist for tho ludian
department, us stated by thu Royal Baking
f l,wiu that ut. liovu ueitiicr is nor ever
has been tho regularly authorized commis
sioned government chemist for the Indian
department, ns stated by tho Royal Baking
$1,000 that there is not nor ever has been
any such officer known to tho govoinmcnt
as a regularly authorized commissioned
chemist for thu ludinn department.
This challenge as a w hole to be accepted
within ten days from this date, July !5th,
188'.', each party to sulect a chumlst, and
these two a third, and tho decision of the
majority to bo final. Tho analysis to be
conducted publicly iu Milwaukee, before
Dr. Martin, health commissioner, aud tho
powder to bo purchased by him iu Open
market among the leading grocers in
Milwaukee or Chicago. Tho unsuccessful
party to pay alluxpuusesot the public test.
Wo mako this challenge in no boastful
spirit but to detlnltely'stuto our willingness
to test the merits of Andrews' Pearl Baking
Powder as to its purity and rising qualities.
0. E. Andrews & Co.,
Manufacturers of Andrews' Poarl Baking
Powder, Milwaukee aud Chicago.
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers aud Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commorcial and Washington Avs.
A Cough. Cold or sore Throat
should be stopped, fleglect frequentl re
sults in an Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritatiou, givo relief in
Astuma, bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
the Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give ' perfect satisfaction. Having been
icsieu oy wiae ana coustant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rank among tho few staple
remedies of tho age. Sold at 25 cents a
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TII1C CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKli & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth street I 111
Commercial Aveon I vanu, AUt
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian Flouring Mills
Highest Cwh Price P&M for Wheat.
rrUIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, llllnoin.
Tl OHIO LSVBli
A General Banking business
THOS. W. II A I. HI J AY.
pNTKKHUSK 8AVINU HANK.
- Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
THOS. W. HALLIDAY,
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13 Stoves 13
No. 27 J) 8th St.
S Tinwuro. B
i Bl ATS1 IK !
Hill Ml -.
Commercial Avenun and Eighth Street,
V. 1IHOHH, I'r.m,int. I P. NBKK, Vlru I'rtu'iit
H. WKLlA (JaihUir. T. J. Kcnli, Ata't cimli
7. HroM m Cn'.ro I Will Urn Khilo, , Cairo
I'smrNotl " IWllHnm Wolf.,..
CM Onterloh " 10. o Ptttltir "
K.A.Bader " I II. Woll ,
J. Y. Clsmiuu, CttUuiouiu,
A GKNBRALBANKINO BUSINESS DONK.
lxohiit sold andbouuht. lutoruit paid It
MMmvtntsDopsrtmiiit. OolUcttout m4 and
all feoataM premvtijr attsndtd to.