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THE DAILY OAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1S2.
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GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
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UMoiAL PAPBROP CITV AND COUNTY
We an' inttirir".t to injHft that It. A I).
WILNANKS. of Jeirorwin county, t, a candidate
for Cleric of the Ajiji .Hale Court in lac Kuunn
iivtl.n of HilnoK diiliji-ct lo tti (.'ci'in of
enuvcniioii of ttio Democratic pitny
We 'i iit'iofiz.!.l to annoiini-f th-' nim "f
WALTKK WAlt Clt a a can.ltd i e to; t.H- o.tc--of
Couu y JnJB ol Aki'tO'lor ( ja itr
We are latnorixeil to antiounr c .h'liff 4'dlN
II. UuBINSO 4 n n iii.lon ndt'tit cn'.nl Jn'tf fur
County J'idi! at llw coming Novum n: eli-awn.
COt'NTt tmkam itr.K.
Wc arc niilhon.ed to announce Mr. MILES V.
PAltkhlt a un liidcD.milent oindnlu'u for iron
urer of Ali-xwider coiiutv Bt thu coming Nov.Uilnr
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed in ttn column. eight rents per line for
Bret aud live ceuw uor hue e b ui"i('(iutiut nnnr
linn. Cor on wire, ) cents per line, lor one
nonth.Wlcent ter lino.
Out of thu fire, cor. of b ill uml Levee, my
ice house. . and. .office is at present 6 the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, vie
tween 8th ami 'Jth streets." Orders will In
filled same as Uauat, both wholesale ami
retail. Wagons supply regulai ly every day.
Southern Hotel anil KeKtttuant
Leo Kleb desires his friends and the u!
lie to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the lire. Meals ut
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
O wl rooms and beds for the lind, good
fare for tho hungry, fine liitrr.- for the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a rail. II'
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
sale excursion tickets to nil the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, I'iu bin,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. K;ttes low.
(Jailor address J. II. Jones, Tick' t Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A.. 11. Hansen, General Passenger Ageut.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ico to ail parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street nt J.
Walters' and at my ollice on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may he left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Giro. W. Stench.
J. S. Haw kins 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. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, mninii'ac
tured aid for Halo at the Cairo Bulletin
Huroat'a Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ico are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large lee
box on Eighth street in Cundiir's store where
ice iu anv rjuantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will bo punched at this stand
just the same as by driven of wagons, tf.
Use Tun Caiko Rui.i.ktin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
inainlls, eipially good lor ink or pencil. For
gale, in throe sizes, at tho ollice. No. ' and
3. fire and ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
Iota to tho trade.
A Vexed ClerguiiiUi.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were he a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
were keeping up an incessant coughing,
makingit impossible for him to be heard.
Yet, how very easy can all this be avoided
by simply using Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and folds. Trial
bottles given away at Iltrry W. Sehuh's
Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick, child suD'eiing ami
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
teelh'f If so, go at once and t;et a buttle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relieve the poor little siill'-rer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about ii. There is not a mother on earth
ho luu uvtr used it, wlio will not tell you
at once Unit it will regulate the bowels),
and rive rest to tint mother, und relief and
health to th child, operating like iini"ic
It is perfectly safe, to use in all cases, and
pleasant to the taste, nnrl ix 1 1 ... ,.
tmnofone of the oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in the United States
Sold every where. 2r cents a bottle.
Waxtku Agent to know that "Thayer's
Patent Hoiitehold Combination" is the best
and fastest selling article of tho day.
Alexander and a few adj lining counties are
"till unoccupied. For particulars address
T , , I'CPl.KAIIxAs RAIlKKTT,
Lock Itox 208. 5t Sprintrli.dd,-III.
OLMSTEAD it WINTEIt,'
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 2.i Eighth Streit,
BotweenCorjaiucrci.il and Washington Avs,
Leo Klcb.s Southern Hotel Grand
free Lunch to-night.
Mr. Morgan, of tho wharfboat, will bo
found absent from his post for a few day?.
He goes home on a visit.
--Yesterday the first now sweet potatoes
of tho season were sent to Messrs. Pettis &
Meredith by Mr. Mlnnich.of Villa Kidge
Mr. lluclmniti yesterday, tacked up a
si'ti at hisotli.-u do r thtt reils, "Ajtuoy
of the E'V.iitlle Life."
-Win. L-D'.r4a cut tj Mcaip'iU yc
ti" lv, (.t'.'.t i ::: by th . c'i'iejs if hi
Y-.'.-Kj .-r.-." :-i to-' tht
tnk r. .im'.f in the c l
gtovt if I) x Spi.u.-s.
Mr. T); "ii.m W-.'.c-'X. f- rm?rlyof t!iis
city, but -w wish 1 ir-e t.ew and sta
tionary house at St. L m:s. wis in the city
A meeting of the Protectionists wis
held at their hall on Tenth street last night.
No business of public importance, was
The family of Mr. Oakley is expected
to airive in the city about the find of Au
giHt. I hey will take possession ol tiie
ll nvlay house on 7th street.
Several crates of line strawberries, sec
ond crop, were brought to Cairo by a Villa
Kidge raiser yesterday ami sold to The
ll.tUiday. They were a rarily and of a fine
The salary of the collector of the in
ternal revenue ill this district is about
$1,400 per annum. The work of the col
lector himsel is worth about two hundred
per annum, that of the deputy about two
The entrance to Till-: lSl'M.ETi.v news
and edituiial rooms is on Railroad struct.
The front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tl
The sine-water cominit'.ee 'tf sub -com
mittee is actively engaged in cllectin
data from viriotu sources, preparatory to
making n report to the parent committee,
which shall p"iv of value as a basis of
action ot some km 1 f r that committee.
The city of Covington, Ky., has taken
the initiative by enacting an ordinance im
posing a penalty of $"! upon any one con
victed of selling a "toy pistol" within the
limitsot that city. The ex unple is a good
one, and should be lin't.ited by other cities
which, like Covington, have suffered from
this deadly weapon.
A new butcher shop h is been opened
by Mr. Charles (iilhofcr in the stand former
ly occupied by Mr. Kynastou, on Commer
cial avenU'i, between Twentieth mi 1 Twen
ty lirst streets. A fuU supply of all sea
sonable varieties of meats will be always
kept. Mr. John HagT will have charge
of the shop. tf
A Orand Lint a free for nil will be
spread this evening at tho Southern Hotel
in celebration of its opening. Leo Kiel)
known what is wanted and all are invited
to come, test the fine Inpiors he lias to
oiler. Eat and drink, bo tn;rry. Plenty
for all! 11
Balloon asceutioiis from in front of
Harry Walker's Theatre C imiquo are be
coming a nightly attraction to hundreds of
people all over the city.
A bullion let go last ev
ening was visible for neaily tbreWUarters
of an hour and finally pas .td out of sight
--Owing to the extra demand for excur
sion tickets, Mr. King has been compelled
to order an extra conch to night, but tick
ets in this coach will not be sold on re
served seat plan. Only 4o tickets wili be
sold, and those who wish tickets for this
coach hud better call at once at Coleman's
book store. It
In order to b.ivo time and accommo
date a license issued from the wrong coun
ty, h couplu were Thursday married on a
C.& A. train in motion. Wo believed it
was settled Rome years ago tnat the first
child horn of a union made under such
circumstances should, if a boy, bo named
Philander; if a girl, named Car'liue.
The war in Kgypt may be elided by
one or two sharp engagements, but the out
look is not that way. ArabiPisha is im
proving the time in gathering and organ -i,ing
his forces, and each day that passes
without Atubi's (1'nconi fit uro adds to the
popular belief in his prowess. It will cost
a number of dead Egyptians to insure peace.
Early Wednesday morning an attempt
was made by the inmates of the Padiicnh
Iron i il to gain their liberty, ami but for
tho alarm given by a trusty prisoner,
would have succ.ee led. Tho u.itiro success
of tho attempt would not havu been duo
to any defect of the jail, but to thu failure
of tho keeper to holt tho cylinder contain
ingthe cells, sons to prevent its revolution.
Fon sai.k on went : A cottage, nearly
new, containing five rooms and summe
kitchen, with large, brick basement. Also
a fifty foot stable, in good condition! am
two lots, high ground ami neatly fenced,
at corner of Seventeenth and Locust streets,
upon which the buildings stand. Apply at
onco toE.W. Thiolccke, Bnu.rmN, of
fice. . 2t.
Our readers have none of them miasod
tho rathor uaivio card of Messrs. Wells
and Kcrth, insurance agents, ami it is
hardly necessary to direct thoir attention to
it, but wo wish to say that parties desiring
insurance will find these gentlemen clever
and obliging, and the companies they re
present all first class.
Leo Kleb's Southern Hotel Grand
free Lunch to uaght.
Mr. A.J. Carlo expresses himself as
under many obligations to tho people, and
particularly to Mayor Collins, of Washing
ton, M,.., and to Judge Sey, of Union, Mo.,
for the aid rendered him in his recent mis
in to theso pla-cs. Washington, says
Mr. Cule. is a tonnof about fivu thousand
inh'it.itaa's, having many due, substantial
bi;sine.-s and residence homes, and looking
prosperous gen rally.
-A challenge for a match game of bise
lis.l has been sent by the dry goods and
oth.r clerks living north of Eighth street,
to the dry goods and other clerks living
...), r ri,ri,ti, Hired. The came to bo
fought next Sunday afternoon near the
Misiippi levee, at the foot of Eighth or
Tenth streets. There is some dormant
tsleut in the boys and an interesting game
-Doubt is expressed by some of the
Irish'-letectives as to the identity of the
man in South America who has confessed
to being one of the murderers of Cavendish
.,,i p.o.b.. II.. will h brought over to
ill ni ii'ii nn -
Ireland if oossible. and there his history
will be iwiuired into. It is a fact of inter
est in connection with the case that the
police express a knowledge of the circum
stances that one or two mote of tho mur
derers escaped to America, though assert
in.f tlu.t none of theiu took the course of
tliis alleged assassin.
-Last Thursday the Wabash, St. Louis
and Pacific railroad cmpany began to run
an accommodation train between this city
ml Cirmi. The train arrives in Cairo at
10 o'clock and leaves at 4 :30 every after
noon. This movement will be heralded
with pleasuro by all people living along the
line of the road between the points named
It will cive these people a chance to come
to Cairo and to take advantage of the su
perior inducements offered by Cairo mer
chants to all who wish to purchase suppl'ii
of any kind. It will, in this way, also be
a great advantage to the merchants of the
A worattn who keeps several little
children, a little resturatit and a little dog
on Ohio levee near tho Illinois Central pas
senger depot, raised considerable fuss yes
terdsy by chasing h little boy, who had
caught her little dog and was making rapid
strides toward the city's little pound on
RailmaJ street. A largo crowd of boy
followed in the rear, shouting and laughing
uproarously. It was an interesting'racH about
a half mile heat, closely contested for
while, but decidod finally in favor of the
boy who passed the judge's stand with the
dog and entered tho pound and slammed
tho door in the face of tho woman. I he
u-fimnn continued lo loiter around the pound
for half an hour or more, tho object of in
terest of a largo crow J of street arabs aud
others, but linully left and sent her husband
with the money to pay the .taxes aud got
the dog, which ho did.
A look at tho river bank in front of The
Ilalliday will agreeably surprise most peo
ple who havo not been frerpuenting thato
part of the city much. Some time ago
when tho river was low a tier of rock was
built at the busu of the bank and when the
river rose the hollow between the rock and
the top of the bank was filled ui by tho
sediment in tho river to a point eveu with
the top of the rock tier. Subsequently Mr. L.
P. Parser sowed grass seed, and this is
coming up nicely and looks like a green
oasis in a long stretch of barren ground, and
shines out refreshingly from among the row
of dull colored water crafts which con
stantly line tho wharf. Mr. Paker has also
sowed grass seed in several
of the low places inside of the Ohio
levee, between Fourth and Sixth streets,
which is all coming up nicely and will
soon improve tho appuaranco of things there,
if not smothered by weeds.
It is, and probably hits been from the
first, a nettled fact that Mr. W. M. Mur
phy is to b j General Pavey's deputy. It
appears now that the ssnn dispatch
which announced that General Logan had
recommended General Pavey, also asked
Mr, Murphy to accept tho position of depu
ty under him and Mr. Murphy consented)
which accounts for his withdrawal from
the contest for the c olloctorship as sudden
ly as ho did. A Washington dispatch, short
ly after the fight was over, said that "all
the icp'iblie.Hii delegation in the house
from this state, with the exception of Hon.
I). C. Smith, of the Tazewell district, have
united in a ropiest to tho president to ap
point Mr. Murphy collector of internal rev
enue in the Cairo district, vice Major Wil
lis, resigned." Hut Gen. IWy had boon
in Washington several days before, armed
with rovenu'j recommendations from ten or
twelve prospective general assembly men
from this part of the state, who wero to
take part in the election of Daris' and
Logan's successors, and these weighed in
finitely more with R mm an I Lojan, who
had more inllueuco willi t, president
than the legislative delegations from this
A meeting of the street committee was
held at the city council chamber yesterday
atternoon. Aldermen MclTalo, Hink'.e,
'cttit and Rlake were present. On motion
the last named was elected chairman. The
object of tho meeting seems to have been
chiefly, if not inclusively, tho passage of a
resolution, (which was offered by Alder
man McIIale) Instructing tho mayor as
chairman of tho tho street committee to
notify tho proper officers of tho Wabash,
St. Louis and Pacific railroad company that
its tracks on Commercial avenue are not
constructed, maintained and oporated in
accordance with sections 7, 8 and 0, of
chapter 15 of the city ordinances; that they
bo reipicsted to comply with said sections
of said ordinance within thirty days after
notice shall have been received, and that
tho mayor give such notice beforo the reg
ular meeting of tho city council, which
occurs on next Tuesday, at which
meeting the mayor is to report his action
to tho council. Section seven of this eh ap
ter referred to require that tho tracks shnll
bo laid in conformity with the established
grade of the street and to keep them so a
to be crossed and driven upon as any
other parts of the streets. Section 8 of
the same chapter requires that tie
tracks shall bo planked between
the rails with white oak plank of
not less than threo inches in thickness, nor
more than six inches in width, to bo
spik I to the ties with spikes not leu than
six inches long , and where two or more
track tun side by side, the space between
them to lie similarly planked. Section
nine prohibits switching, switch or turn
tables, except such as may be necessary to
reach the yards, warehouse or depots ot
such roads. It is allcyod that the roil
named has violated all these sections.
According to expectation Mr. A. J.
Carle and his rrc ivered bursa returned
home from Washington, Mo., Thursday
night, but contruy to expectation ho did
not bring the thief, Lewis, with him. When
Mr. Carle arrived at Washington, belear.v
ed that L-wis was held upon the charge of
stealing a mule from a man nani"d Fisher
living at L'nion, a town not far from Wash
ington, about three years ago. The cir
cumstances of this theft A3 related to Mr.
Carle are about as follows: Fisher is a
farmer near Union; about three years ago a
man who he rec )guize3 in Lewis, came to
l.im and bought part of farm of him; but
the buyer had no money with him an 1
asked Fisher to lor.n him a mule with
which to ride to Washington and get the
money from the bank there. Fisher, sus
pecting nothing wrong, loaned him the
mule; Lewis went to Washington, put the
mule up in a livery stable there and asked
that he 1)3 taken care of, saying that he
had to go to St. L'mis. But before leaving
he said that ho had bought the inula for
eighty dollars, and also a farm near
Washington, indicating another direction
from: where ho had really bought the farm;
that he h id a note for fifty dollars from
his'rentor; that he might be detiiue l at
St. Louis longer that he expected, in w hich
case ho would need a little more money
than he had, and that he would leave the
note and the mule as security if Mr. Col
lins, the present mayor of Washington,
would loan him a few dollars. Mr. Collins
had the greatest confidence in the man and
soys ho would havo loaned him
fifty dollars or. more if he
bad asked for it, but Lewis
wanted only ten dollars, got it, and left
and was not seen again until ho rode in
to the same livery stable one day last week
andoffered to sell Mr. Carle's horse for for
ty dollars. Ho was not recognized at once,
but after ho had gone suspicion was iirroui
ed and the stable keeper thought he recog
nized the man. Mayor Collins was
notified and he mounted a horse
and went out in search of
Lewis, about half a mile out
of town Collins came up with Lwis and,
apparently to the greatest surprise of the
latter, arrested him and took hint luck to
town. Lrwis was recognized by Collins
and the Fishers as the man who had, tir, L.
years before, stolen a mule from the latter,
but on preliminary examination they failed
to swear positively that it was he. The
man who stole the mulo hud a scar in the
palm of one of his hands, L jwif, or "Geo.
Walker" as ho calls himself dow, had not;
the former had perfect fiuL'crs, tho latter
has the point of olio finger cut oil". But in
npite of this failuro on the part of the pros
ecution to positively identify tho man, tho
court committed him to the jail of l'nion,
to be tried on the 4th of August, and Mr.
Carle could not get him released so as to
bring him down here for trial on the
charge of stealing the horse. Joseph Lewis,
alias George Walker, recognized Mr. Carle
at once upon seeing him, cried, "Hallo,
Friend Curio!" and shook him by tho hand
as pleasautly aud familiarly as though all
whs well between them. Ho expressed his
regret, however, at having served Mr. Carle
ao mean a trick, predicted that he would
jooii bo out of the scrape for which he was
held there and would then take tho first
opportunity to make everything all right
with Mr. Carlo. Though considerably more
costly tho pony is a little tho worso for
bard usage, but will bo iu as good condition
I as ever alter a few days' excellent care by
posul of the boys. The attendance was not
so large as it should h ivo been, but was
ar re enough to show tint tho organization
is to be one of continue I vitality. Presi-
lent Leek iiccupied the chair, and Secretary
Rliikf) oceilpied tv o.
Tho pioC' i.' ling.s eorisiited principally of
perfecting a permanent organization. The
report of the committee on by-laws was
received and adopted by sections. Thu
name of the club remains unchanged j the
object is to organize the yuung Demo-
cracv in the city for tho purpose of
promoting the interests of tho Democratic
party; the meetings are to bo held on tho
first and third Mondays of every mouth; the
nge of members is limited to between 20
and o" years, and tho organization is to bo
governed in its deliberations!)' Robinson's
rules of order.
For vice president, Mr.T. M. Lovett was
elected, and as an executive committee,
Messrs. Guy Morse, Phil Saup and H. F.
Blake. The other officers of the club arc
President Leek, Secretary Blake and Treas
Tnu executive committee was instructed
to procure a speaker (not a candidate) to
entertain the club at its next regular meet
iug w hich occurs Monday after next.
The meeting was a very interesting, liar
iiumioi.s and enthusiastic one.
The second meeting ot the Young Men's
Democratic club of Cairo was held last
night at old Reform hall which the "Pro
toctionishi" havu kindly placed at thodis-
WHV THERE WILL RE MORE EARTH
(,21'AKES IN TIIE l. S.
In view of the late earthquake at Casro
th following wiil prove interesting. Octo
ber 11th, 1S77, w is superior planetary con
junction, them was then a change in tho
inclin itioii of the earth to thu sun in tho
inclination of the aiis of the earth to the
!-un. Tlie zones of the earth were changed.
I'iie new equatorial line strikes the Missis
sippi river just below Ciiro, strikes Cleve
land. ButTilo, B iston and the English chan
nel. Tin: entire L'nit. d States is in tho
torrid zone. In 177, A. M. Blake, astrono
mer, lectured and predicted the increase
in earthquakes, aud in view of its strange
fuiti:nients, tho proof is here presented
from said lecture.
"Let us see what influenced Hie conjunc
tion and the changed zones of the earth
.fill have upon the occurieuce of earth
quakes. They will chango and iucrease.
The earth being an oblate spheroid slightly
flattened at the poles, its circumference
greatest round the equator, it follows a
priori that the new poles of the earth will
contract wiil shrink iG miles and, iu con
tracting, cause earth tremblings, earth con
vulsions an J earthquakes. Thecal ill being
a spheroid, there is a protuberance at the
equator. This equatorial enlargement
enlongiuent protuberance is due to the
relation of the earth on its axis, by which
the equatorial parts bulge out by centri
Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Balti
rnoreand Washington City will be convulsed
by earthquakes at lengthy intervals of time,
because tho earthquake band riming all
right angles with the ne- equational line
now underlies them. The entire United
States will experienoe repeated shocks,
tremblings, low subterranean, of falling
houses aud tho death of their inmates.
Houses are s) high and slightly built that
the damage will be incalculable. The con
vulsions throughout the world since '1877
have been more numerous than formerly
as they know who keep the records. The
eastern states have been a Jm wished by
several earth vibrations. It follows that
volcanoes will necessarily break out in
places where heretofore they have been
unknown in the decades to come. 244
earthquakes are know n to have occurred in
the year 1881, of which 8'i wero in winter
CI in aiitumu- oG in spring and 41 iu sum
mer. Art empire, earth Itself, to ctiann! era doomud :
Karlhiiiifikcs luv r ld In hence th humble rile,
Aud gulpD the munnliin e mlhir nia?s entombed.
And where thu AtlHnm; rolls, wide contiiionu
Powers, P V
Smith, J W
Singleton, Walton Thomasnn, Theo S
Thomson, J T Trurnick,-James
Trovor, Al G Vaughn, W II
Vaughn, R II Vaughn, Ed
Wilmes, Iiigo Woods, Jo
Watson, Jas D Williams, Jack
Weed, J H Williams, Aug
Wheeler. B 0 Wolfner. J L (2)
Young, Win Zimmcr, J O
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will please say advertised.
Geo. W. McKkaio. Postmaster.
I E1TER LIST.
LIST OK I.KTl KKS KKM.UMNO t JSCAM.KO
KOll IN THB I'OSTomcK AT CA1IIO, ILL.,
HATL'llDA V, .1LI.Y 20, 1882.
Hendrix, E V
St. Clair, Sallie
Lanrom, L '
tir-t,. , "
Alexandi r, Jas
Butler, Ilirruan A
Chipley, S B
r.iMy, Uoo H
McCord, 0 C col
Andrews, J E
Bell, Wm P
Cruson, J N
Eckcrs, Frunk W
Gil more, John
Holinan, 1) A
La si ter, Shih
Mallory, W II
MeCaiighn H D
Mau ird, Dun
McCarty, Dennis T McDavis, Chas
Montgomery, B E Meringcr, Jno W
McNicholas, John Ordlib, Leo
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(JOODSSOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKK tc CO..
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RALLIDAY BROTH KRS
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Hlchest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
THE CITY NATIONAL RANK.
Of Cairo. llliimi.
71 OHIO LEVKK
A General Ranking business
THOS. AV. IIALI.IDAV.
pNTKKI'RISK NAVIMi BANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS RANK.
THOS. V. H ALIdDAV,
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10 Stoves 1-
No. 27 I Dili St
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Strce
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J. Y. Clempon, Caledonia.
A GENERAL BANKING CU8INK88 DONE
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