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T11K DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN : SUNDAY MORNING, AUGUST 13, 182.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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UflUiAL PAPER OP CITT AND COUNTY
We are authorized to aunouucu that K. A. D.
Wl (.RANKS, of Jefferson county, l.i a caudldale
forCiflrk oftoe Appillato Court Id tho Fourth
Oivlilin of 1 Mi aula, mihjecl to tho ieciloii of
cearuntlon of Hie Democratic pnrty
Wo ' uthorlz;i to announce tlia name of
WALT EH WAKDMl Candida's for too office
ol Couuiy Jitdjo of Aloxnidor Couuty.
We lire authorised to announce, Justice JOHN
II. K'JlilNIO as an Independent candidate for
Count ,)iuUo at tilt) coming Novoiuuor election.
W ru authorized to annonn-.e Mr. MILES W.
I'AHIs It nn mi Independent ctndldnto for Ireas
nrer of Alexander county nt Hi" eomluu November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice lu this column. ei;nt cent per line for
drat and Ave cent! per line rach auraequent Inser
tion, for one week. iO cutita per lino. For one
month, HO cents per Una.
Two desirable lota for residence on Cen
tre street, but ween Washington avenue ami
Walnut street. Apply to
8. E. Wilson,
No. 75 Ohio Levee.
Cairo Street Hy. Co. will receive bids,
during this week, on 000 yards dirt to lie
delivered on Poplar, uorth of 21st st. For
particulars call at ollice on 28th at.
C. V. Nkff, Supt.
riauters House for Sale,
This 6ue hotel is now olTerod for sale.
Terms cash. Address communications
Ot Caiuo Bulletin, Cuiro, 111.
DoBauus 5(1 Ohio Levee.
Out of tlio fire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice houso and otlicc is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th aud Oth streets. Orders will bo
filled samo as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagow supply regulaily every day.
at DeBauna 5ii Ohio Levee,
Southern Hotel aud Restaurant
Loo Kleb desires his friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than beforo the lire. Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
Good rooms and bods for the tired, good
tare for the hungry, fine Ihjuors lor the
thirsty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
in market at DoBauns 60 Ohio levee
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now ou
sale excursion tickets t" all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Deuver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Kates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Ageut,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
go to DeBauns 60 Ohio bjvee.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to puuip out
cisterns aud repair them or build new ones
promptly and at Tmr prices. Orders by
poatal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
tor's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured ft'id for aale at tho Cairo Bulletin
at DeBauns 50 Ohio levee.
Sproat's Retail Ice Box.
Cousumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box ou'Eighth street in Cuudiff'a store where
ico in aov quantity can at all times oe ou
tained. My customers will remember that
thuir tickets will be punched at this stand
ust the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
A GOOD BARGAIN
Will bo given some enterprising man
in Tub bulletin Building, which is now
offered for sale on easy terms, long time
and low rale f interest. The building
has rented for the past year for
fifty to sixty-two dollars per month.
The property consists of 4 lots, and two
brick buildings -a three story 40x00 and a
two story 10 x 43. Has a frontago of CO
foeton Washington aveuuo and lOOfeeton
12th Htreet. If desired the machinery, en
gine, boiler, Ac, in the !i story building
will be sold with it. For particulars ad
dress this office, or Joi n II. Oborly, Bloom
Uso The Cairo Bulletin perforated
cratch -book, made of calendered juto
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the ollice. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
by the down, Special discount on gross
loU to the trade. '
A Heavy Swell.
Jacob H. Bloomer, of Virgillc, N. Y.,
writ4n: "Your Thomas' Kclcetric Oil cured
a badly swelled neck and sore throat on my
on in forty-eight hours; one application
also removed the pain from a very sore toe;
ujy wife's toot was also much inflamed
o much to that she could not walk about
the house; the applied the Oil, and in
twenty.four hours was entirely cured."
Taul O. Bchuh, agnt.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcai In theaa commas, ten cents per line,
acn lnesrtlon. Marked
Mr. Leek is at Metropolis.
Hon. T. W. Halliday is out of town on
The sister-in-law of Herman Sander is
visiting her relatives in this city.
Mrs. Ed Dezonia, is visiting relatives
Tho latest official return give 37,072,
048 as the population of France.
Two thousand Free Masons assisted in
laying tho corner-stone of a Masonic Tern
plo at Decatur ou Thursday.
--To revenge himself for having been
proclaimed a rebel, Arabi Pasha has exe
cuted the (.'ovennr of Bohcre.
. At Creator, Ills., Patrick Butterfield
killed Johnnie Hayes, who, with several
others was annoying him.
Win. Hobeson, a carriage maker of
Altou,Ill., diod yesterday from a stroko ot
Tho Democrats elected their candi
dates in Kentucky by au average ot 35,000
Miss Mary Fabcy, a fair daughter, of
Columbus, Ky., is in the city visiting Miss
By a private letter received this morn
ing from Tex us we learn that corn is selling
for 20 cents per bushel.
Goorgo Farker, a farmer of Liberty,
111., was instantly killed by lightning last
The Czar is growing braver. He now
dares to ride over the grouuds of his palace
without a regiment of soldiers.
The trans-Atlantic steamer Mosel is
so badly broken up that there is no hope
of saving tho boat and but little of the
A serious railroad accident on the
Minneapolis & St. Louis railroad on the
11th occurred by which forty persons wero
Wo publish tu-day an exquisite, little
poem from ono of our lady contributors, to
whom we have often been under obligations
heretofore. Bad it.
The new bric,k business house of B.
McManus is nearly completed. It is an
imposing structure, and adds greatly to the
appearance of that part of tho city.
Mr. Jacob Martin will soon break
ground for his two new cottages opposite
his residence. His plans aro all made and
are A No. I for cosy littlo residences.
Not only cotton will be affected by
the war in Egypt, but beans. Last year
Euglund imported from that country
nearly four million dollars worth of beans.
Egypt is not so iusignifficmt as some
people appear to think. It has a popula
tion of nearly six million or twice as many
as we whipped England with.
Forest fires, which have heretofore
been confined to Michigan, have now saized
Massachusetts, and entail much suffering
Judge Comings brought home some
sweet potatoes from his Rose Hill place
and had all tho pri lo of an amoteur farmer
in their exhibition.
A careful estimate shows 130 persous
to have been killed and 3,500,000 worth
of property dentroyed, in the recent torna
does iu Kansas, Missouri, Iowa and Min
nesota. The Throe States' Recount of tho affray
between Leonard and Tanner in which the
former was seriously wounded with a knil'e(
throws doubt cm the fact that Tanner did
Patrick Curtain, who was accused of
stealiug a lot of tools from tho foundry of
J. B. Heed, had a preliminary examination
yesterday, and was sent to jail in default of
Lord Dufferin explains to tho members
of tho conference that tho seizing of Suez
was a military necessity and to protect the
town from plunder. Steal to prevent steal
ing. Proctor Knott is in tho raco for gover
nor of Kentucky with a strong probability
of suocess. Since Blackburn got religion
ho seems to have weakening among the
Poor Grant has not been able to get
on the retired list as was expected by his
friends. It is timo to pass round tho hat
again, or, perhaps, Jay Hubboll will make
an assessment to save tho hero from poverty.
Tho Moderate Teiuporance people who
realize tho impossibility of absolute Pro
hibition anl who would like to abolish
drunkenness seem to bo ready to com
promise on lager beer aud native wine.
It require! a stretch of the imagination
almost impossible to conceivo J. P, Robarls,
of Mound City, as a young anything. But
all the same he was elected president of
the "Young Hum blicans" probably by
right of seniority.
Just as we predicted, it. turns that
Arahi Pasha is so Irishman. Now wo want
all fho reminiscences of tho gentleman
named O'Burry who used to live in Cairo,
from the old residents, and we shall bo abio
to furnish a full and complyto biography of
the man who makes tho British Hon roar
nd wag its tail in fury.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
Tho front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
tho Railroad street entranco open. tf
When Hubbard learns that a large
number of tho railway clerk! have been
vouchsafed an additinoal $100 in salary, ho
will doubtless grievo soroly that bis as
sessment schemo was so early in ripouing.
Rev. Father Masterson, , late of St.
Patrick's Catholic church, is to bo removed
to another charge by his bishop and sumo
other priest appointed hero. At present
Rev. Father O'Hara attends St. Patrick's
at 8 a. m., and St. Joseph's at 10 a. m.
Tho Italian government has dispatehud
a body of riflemen to prevent tho burning
of Garibaldi's body. This will probably
not affect Garibaldi's soul, as the Italian
government lias no jurisdiction over tho
region to which it Las gone.
Tho Grim Knper is busy north and
south. Small-pox in Minnesota and yellow
fever in Texas aro tho epidemics, which
show the vast cxteut of our country when
diseases common to the Arctic and Torrid
zones rage within our borders.
Radical Jorgetiseu in Virginia refuses
toafllliata with Readjuater Mahone, and
tho consequence will bo a thorough smash-
up of tho rascally coalition which keep
Virginia in the hands of a sore-head
The latest news from Taylorvillo is
that a mob of four thousand was threaten
ing to lynch the two Montgomerys, Pettis
ami dementi, charged with the rapo of
Emma Bond. That threat should bo car
Ono of tho most astonishing cases of
recovery ever recorded is reported from
New Orleans yesterday, A man, attacked
by yellow fever, was attended and examined
by forty-seven physicians, aud yet it is said
ho will probably recover.
Mr. Nally an Irish leader was arrested
last Saturday night for being out alter !)
o'clock, an act which, under the repression
act, is prima facio evidence of conspir
acy under the beneflcont govornmeut which
England bestows on Ireland.
The approachin Congressional Con
vention to bo held in this city by tho Dem
ocrats on Tuesday will be somewhat of au
occasion There will bo a lively contest for
the nomination', as it is pretty certain that
a good selection will have no difficulty
in being elected.
With. the German vote
deserting in a body and the negroes
claiming recognition or rebellion, the out
look for tho Rupublican party is not bright
for 1884: Too many people are tired of
Guiteau'a pnrty to make its majority an
-Ohio is a state prolific of presidential
candidates aud projects. Having had tho
presidency for several successive terms,
and tho speakership also sho is now en
gaged iu tho laudable enterprise of bleed.
ing tho U. S. treasury under the familiar
pretense of war claims.
Gladstone will adjourn the house of com
mons to-day till October 20. Now the grouso
will suffer and the high lands of Scotland
dotted with tho scions of the aristocracy in
search of came. Ireland is not so popular
for that kind of sport as it was a few years
In criminal circles to-day matters
wero very quiet. : In tho cousequeuce
of the abscenco of Judge Comings at bis
country placo 'Squiro Osborn had tho trial
of two cases for abusive language. In ono
the penalty was 3, and the other caso was
The yellow lover has obtained a good
foothold at Matamoras Mexico, and some
caBeshavo appeared in Brownsville, Golves
ton and Laredo Texas. Jack Frost is so
near a neighbor of ours theso nights, that
yellow jack would not have a ghost of a
chanco to show his nwso in this Bection.
It probably came high, but Johnny
Bull had to havo that proclamation de
claring Arabi a rebel. Whatever it! cost,
it was much cheaper than a fracas with
tho happy family on the continent. It is
not improbable that tho Porto can bIiow a
receipt in full ot all demands on tho part
of tho merry little islo.
Tho exiled khodivo thinks now would
be a good time to bo recalled. Ho is man
facturing a public feeling in his own be
half, and any way would like to got away
from tliu annoyance of eloping members of
his harem. Ho has lost several members
since his residence abroad, and he wants
that sort of thing stopped.
Stephen J. Menuy long identified
with tho tempereiico cause in this country,
and connected with nowsptpurj at Toledo
and Cleveland, Ohio, and in New York
city, has been arestod by tho English au
thorities whilst on n visit to his native
country, Ireland, on suspicion of being a
Fenian, But was released on bail.
Tho national nursery for gentlemen at
West Point is in a fair way to increase tho
disrepute into which it has (alien Two dis
graceful tights have taken place recently
there and from tho statements of purtios
concerned, it would seem that a system of
hazing is practiced that is not only disgrace
nil to tho boys and to the olllcors who con
troltho institution but to tho nation. A
first-class flogging with a rattan or taws
would do moro to make itfme of those voting
bloods genteel, than any amount of fiddle
doe-dee courts-martial which are mere
whitewash buckota after all.
Some of our exchanges seem to think
tho word loot as a substitute for rob,
ia a new thing. This is a mistake. It is as
old as tho system of plunder everywhere
practised by the armies of England. They
lootod Ireland, India and China and
Her Majesty roceived much of the loot.
It is an English aestheticism to soften a
From present indications thoro will
be a building boom this fall. In conver
sion with our leading business men aud
capitalists we are impressed with the idea
that tho buildingif tho projected marine
hospital will bo only tho starter to an
amount of building that will give employ
ment and good wages to all our mechanics
Barton of the Freo Pross is to publish
an independent paper at Cartorvillo. So
they say. Barton is branded with the brand
of radicalism and has all the earmarks to
identify him with tho party of plunder.
All the independence possible to such a man
is liko that of a lawyer who gives paid
speeches in behalf of a bad cause but occa
sionally lots slip a word ou tho other side
when ho forgets himself.
- A few more administrations of the Re
publican party would bring this country to
tho contempt of the whole civilized world.
Tho latest specimen of snobbery is the
"president's" Hag, one designed to bo used
only ou vessels bearing the royal carcass of
Accidental Acting Arthur. It seems more
and more the effort to give a grandeur of
state to those who accidentally hold power,
whether they havo any other merit or not.
People are getting used to it, and where
freer fathers would strike, we submit.
It is flattering to the Democratic party
to note the difference between tho actions
of its candidates for the congressional nom
ination and those of the candidates before
the late Republican convention. Thero is
no abuse, no secret conclaves, no slander
and no lying promises. It is a fa r contest
in which the best man is likely to win,
Without derogating from the other candi
dates we are satisfied tnat Hun. Win. K.
Murphy is tho coming man, w ho is to scoop
tho Republican party in this district.
Sunday is set apart by tho Christians
as a day of rest and public worship. What
ever may bo the faith or want of faith of
our readers, we trust that tho day will be
observed as one of rest aud attendance at
public worship. Thero is every opportunity
in the city for all shades to be satisfied :
Catholic, Methodist, Episcopal and Presby.
terian churches hero regular worship,
while the services at the Biptist church aro
of such a character as to interest all persons
of whatever preferences he may be.
Editor Thielccke has gone on an ex
pedition in Bearch of heulth and pleasure.
Ho naturally choso as tho place to find both
tho celebrated Dixon Springs which excels
in all that conduces to both. Tho doar
public will excuse any shortcomings ap
parent in The Bulletin during hn ab
sence, and will charge the same to the
devil. Mr. Thielecko will, we trust, come
back soon, refreshed and rested from his
trip, aud will make things as lively as is
Members of some of our secret orders
are expessiug alarm at the carelessness
which characterizes management of tho
insurance branches of their organizations,
and not without cause. It is a well knowu
fact that all, or nearly all of our mutual
aid organizations aro altogether too ac
commodating, and that an application's
chance for admission to membership de
pend moro upou his social qualities than
on tho condition of his lungs and liver.
If an insurance company on examining a
man, discovers that he is on tho home
stretch for tho hereafter, it informs him
that it never bets against a sure thing, and
declines to put up any money on him. It
is a notorious fact, however, that il he has
a big enough piece of lung left in him to
enable him to avoid wheezing right out iu
lodge-mooting, ho can, through the influ
once of sympathizing friendj, induce some
mutual aid body to invest their money on
him. This is all wrong, and in soverel
particulars, In tho first place, one of the
strongest arguments in favor of mutual aid
orders is, that their insurance system in
volves nono of tho expenses incident to
high-salaried officers or extravagantly
furnished offices. Yet it ono death loss is
incured through the carelessness of tho ex
amining physician, it negative that argu
ment and leaves a balanco in favor ot the
insurance company. Again, a lodge member,
or examining physician, who, out ot sym
pathy for a friend, winks at the admission
of au animated corps, ii guilty of a court
denco gam' on his fellow members. Again,
evory timo tho bars aro let down for such
an admission, a heavy blow Is given to tho
mutual aid fabric, which cannot withstand
many more. In fact, the growling now so
audible is only an expression
of a dissatisfaction which has
been long growing, and a call for an assess
ment on a death loss, nowadays, instead of
eliciting an expression of sympathy, pro
vokes the Bitmo character of remark as
does an announcement of "Kono"frotn tho
other end of tho table whon ono thinks he
has a sure thing on taking the pot. Let
our secret order c?nsidor tbii question, If
they would live long and prosper.
Ob, eye of low thut roads
Wlh truth cui'li human heart,
The flowers 'mill lliti weedi,
T.'r that iiniilildiin start
K'l'ury ol ImicliiK l)tda,
That alittmiK, meet to part.
SoiniitlniHK the dar' cloud hidei
Tho allvnr of fiilth'a wing,
SomotliiK'9 Iu walla ahldu
The bird we would hear alnjt,
Itnck to receding tide
Our own fair pearls wo flloic-
Oh eyouf lovo that knowi
Kiich human hucrt, rosdmion,
Wuure thorns aupplaut the rose,
Where chalice has no wine,
Waero no mental Jewel glows
Ilaptl.o with gift of thine.
And bid two tnuls couiinnuo
In alienee aud In prayer,
Till both elmll breathe onetuuo
Tho Hps would never dure
Till bulk ahnll breathe thotane
Of friendehlp's perfect prayer.
Oil, eye of love guard now
Bid roue crown the brow
Ol fair futurity-'
Seal friendship's Hi lent vow
With thine eternity,
"Alas Poor Yoiick I knew him well."
Our old friend Dr. Bradley left home
last Wednesday morning lor Dixon Springs
but he could not stand the ride from Vienna
and as the stage left him he breathed hu
last. Ho was a jovial old soul as ever livod.
flis many friends cautioned him on leaving
that they thought be had better stay at
home but as ho did not return Friday night
we know hois gnuu. He left his family
well supplied. "Oh how the frosty twen
ty will mis i him. Blvdsok.
FIFTEEN TONS OF POWDER EX
PLODED IN A CALIFORNIA
Vallejo, Cal, August 11. The Hardy
powder works, ouo and a half miles from
this city, exploded this morning. The
mining, glazing and drying house, tognth
er with the magazine, were blown to atoms.
The ruins took flio at once. Nothing was
left standing but the water tank and
brick work suiroundiug the Ixuler. A. II.
Hall, the engineer and sxperintendent is
badly burned, but has a chance, for life,
lie made bis way out into the road and
tore off bis burning clothing. G.iorge
Edgicomb and Ferga McArdle are burned
beyond recognition. Ed. Groume'a body
is out, but the men can't get to McArdle's
body until the tiro is subdued, although
it is in plain sight. It is estimated that
fifteen tons of powder exploded. The
works were erected about two years ago
and are completely destroyed. They have
been manufacturing steadily for some time
SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.
The convention met at the Baptist church
yesterday afternoon, and organized ac
cording to programme. Musical services
were conducted by the Carman Family,
and tbo audieucewas pleasantly entertained
by tho selections and tho happy manner in
which they were delivered. Addiesses
were delivered by W. B.Jacobs, an ardent
8. S. worker aud hy H. B. Douglas, Prest.
Cth S. S. district, embracing seventeen
counties. At night tho crowded au
dience, showed the interest felt in the cause
and the principal address was made by
To-day, services and sessions will be held
at the Presbyterian chmcb at 0 a. tu., 2
p. in., and 8 p, m., at each of which the
Carman Family will lead the musical pro
gramme and interesting addresses will bo
delivered. To those who lovo good mu
sic and those who aro interested in this
moat important work, it will bo a rare op
portunity not to be neglected.
On Monday services will be held again
at the Baptist church at 9 a. ui., and 2
The following is the latest report from
tho Board of agriculture: "The late re
port received at the Illinois department
of agriculture givo assurance of a very
large yield per acre of wheat and oats
through tho stato. The quality of these
crops with few exceptions is reported ex
cellent. Tho prospect for com did not improve
in July in either grand division of the
state and with tho moat favorable condi
tious until harvested thero will not bo two
thirds of an average yield peracre."
Tbo roports to tho department of ngri
culture concerning tho crops in this county
Alexander Com has made vory good
growth tho past month, and is nearly up
to an average in condition; tho crop is
needing rain. Broom corn and 'sorghum
cane are up to an average iu condition.
Tobacco promises over threo fourths of an
average yield per acre. Pastures aro not
up to an average in condition, and would
bo greatly benefitted by rain. There will
bo no moro than nn averagu yield per acre
of Irish potatoes, nnd Hourly an average
yield of sweet potatoes. Tho fruit crop
promises well; there will be nearly au av
erage crop of apples and grapes, an aver
age crop of plums, and moro than an aver
age crop of peachus, pears and blackborries.
The quality of wheat and ryo is excellent,
and the yield per aero is up to nn average.
The oat crop per aero is large. Hay is ot
medium quality, and the yield per acre is
nearly up to an average. Farm animals
aro healthy, and are doing well on the
W II Y HE QUIT PREACH I NG .
"I understand, uncle Amos, that you
have quit preaching," said the secretary of
state to an old colored man who for years
has had charge of a church in Littlo Rock.
"Yob, boss, Pse stepped aside."
"Why did you quit?"
"Wall, dar was numerous pressures
brought ter bar agin du old man. Da
charged mo wid stcalin' a ham for one
thing, and 'vised mo ter quit."
"Why, they couldn't provo that you
stole the ham, could they?''
"Nor, sah, da couldn't; an ef I hadn't
'knowlodged it da nebcr would hab prubed
"Why diil you acknowledge it?"
"Case da found do ham under my bed,
From Every Point of the Compass
come the orders for Sozodont. Never has
such a demand arisen for any ariielo of the
toilot. Its most conatunt patrons aro among
tho sex born to be admired, Good looks
conciliate, beauty fascinates. White teeth
do more to augment personal comeliness
than any other facial characteristic. The
ladies know this, and either to render tho
charm lasting or to secure it when wanting,
apply Sorodont, the most effective of tooth
preparations. Uso it systematically.
I have a good tut of fine building aand above
hlK'i water that I will deliver lo any pen-on In the
clly limits for on dollar per vard. Order mav bo
left for in with Bebastlan llartb, corner Four
teen) baud Washington avenue.
AN S r to hnre power upright engine, In ood
condltlou, and li foot horizontal a flue boiler",
with all the valves, pipes, uew heate', drive well,
walerlank. etc., new moke Ma k all complete,
pr'ce!5o. Apply st Tus Bum etin. tf.
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Botweon Commercial and Washington A vs.
rjUIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Of Cairo, llliiiot.
Tl OHIO LKVEK
A General Hanking business
INTERPKISE HAVING BANK.
Of Cslro. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
in Tim: city.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
o. o. patii:r & CO..
Cor. Nineteenth street I P.i?tn HI
Commercial A venoe I VitUU, ill
MILL AND COMMISSION.
FLOUP. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
O O A. Tj
ID Stoves I)
No. 27 J) 8th St.
S Tinware. S
ALEXANDER COUNTY .
Commercial Avenue and Eighth Street,
OA mo. ILLS.
P. IIR088. President. I P. NEIT, Vlcol'res'nt
il. WKLLH, Cashier. I T. J. lierlli, Ast't cash
F. Brass Cn'ro I William Kiiila. .Cairo
relerNeff " I Wlllbim Wol?.... "
C, M Osterloh " 10. O. I'atlur "
B.A. Bador " I It. Well
J. Y. Clom'on, Caledonia.
AUESERAU BANKINO BUHINKHB DONE.
Exchange sold and bought. Interest paid tt
the Havings Department. Collections mado and
all business promptly attended to.