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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: TUESDAY AlOUMNO, FEBRUARY 13, l8-3.
THE DAILY BULLETIN;
OFrMOK: VO. 7tt OUR) MiVEK.
KNTKKKD AT TUS CAIHO POSTOFFICK FOll
tUANsMIHHIQN THUOfOH TUB MAILS AT BKC
ONI) CLASS IIATKB.
omkiaL PAt'KK OF CITY ANll COCNTT
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
ftiotioii li mi eoiumti, eiunt cente per line for
lml and flra cent per line each euhiicqaeul Ineer
lion. for one wouk. SOcenU per lino. For one
r. onth, HO cent iter line.
New Ulacksmith Shop.
A new horse shoeing ahop has been open
ed by Mr. P. Power ou Toutli street. All
manuor of bUck-traittiing sod wngon work
done to order. Ilpairiug work a specialty.
Work doae promptly. tf
The Rev. Gen. H. Tliayer, of Bourbon,
Ind., bays: "Both myself and wife owe our
lives to Shiloli's Consumption Cure. (9)
See a woman in another column near
Upper's Vineyards, picking grapes from
which Sper's Port Ornpe wine is made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalid, weakly
persons and the asjed. Sold by druggists.
The U. S. government are using lar'o
Dumber of the Improvod Howe Scales.
Borden, Solleck & Co., stents, St. Louis,
To all who are sufferina; from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
new, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that w ill cure you, fuse
OF charge. This great remedy wus
discovered by a minister in South America.
Bend a sell-addressed envelope to the Hev.
Joseph T. Inman, Station D., New York
Farmers and others desiring a genteel,
lucrative agency business, by which $5 to
20 a day can be earned, tend addre. at
once, on postal, to H. C. Wilkinson & Co.,
195 and 197 Fulton street, New York.
NERvacssEiS, Nervous Debility, Neural
gia, Nervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance, Pros
tration, and all diseases of Nerve Genera
tive Organs, are all permanently and radi
cally cured by Allen's Brain Food, the ffreat
botanical remedy, f 1.00 pkg., 6 for $3.
Thus exclaimed an old gentleman recov
ering from a severe attack of tho bronchial
tubes, '.'Sellers' Cough Syrup' cured mo."
A Good fiestauraut.
If you want a good meal call at Schoen
meyer's Restaurant cor. 10th st. and Wash
ing ave. Only 25 cts. for a regular meal,
and dfy boarding will find the best accom
modation on reasonable terms.
12-27, 2 m.
AiiKyou mule miserable by Indigestion,
Consiipvioi), Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
Yellow Skiui Shiloh's Vitulizer is a posi
tvo cure. (10)
Mary Greenfield, Gallatin, s iys: "Brown's
Iron Bitters completely cured me of nerv
ousness, con.-itiuatin Htnl gunertil debility."
PckeCod LivekOil in ide tr.im selected
livers, on the sen-shore, by C is well, Hazard
t Co, New York. It is abt dutely pure
and sweet. Patients who have oucu taken
it prefer it to all others. PliysiciubS have
decided it superior to any of the other oils
Cuappkd hands, Face, pimplej, nnd
rough skin, cured by using Juniper Tar
Ponp, made by Caswell, Hazard & Co.
New York. (2)
To The West.
There are anumberol routes leading to
the above-mentioned section, but tho direct
and reliable route is via Buint Louii and
over the Miss mri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Siint Louis to Ivtnsas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
flceBt make are studied to all trains.
At Kansas City Uoion Depot, passengers
for Kansits, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal
ifornia connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trains for Eausas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line oilers to parties cnroule to the
West and Northwest, not only fast time
and superior accomodations, hut beautiful
scenery, as it passes through the finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. Send for
illustrated maps, psniphliits, &c, of this
line, which will be mailed free.
C. B. KlKNAN, F. ClUNDJ.ER,
Ass't Gen'l Pass. Agent. Uen'l Pass Agent.
jincKien'a Aruioa Salve
The Beet Salve In the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, fleers, Salt Hheuin, Fever
Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
Corns. and all Skin Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, orinonty refunded. Price
23 cents pur box. For sale by Geo. E
Fortuuos for Farmers and Mechanics
Thousands of dollars can bo saved by us
ing proper judymeut in taking care of the
health of yourself and family, If you are
Bilious, have sallow complexion, poor appe
tite, low and depressed spirits, and generally
debilitated , do not delay a moment, but
go at unco and procure a bottle of those
wonderful Electric Hitters, which never fail
to euro, and that for the trifling sum of fif
ty cunts. Tribune Sold by JUrry W.
Having purchased the bakery ol J.
Anthony, on Waatbingtou avenue between
9th and JO'h treel, I prepared to otter to
the public at all times fresh bread, cakes,
tc. of the beat quality at the lowest prices
to bi found tu tho city. Call and see m,
12 12-tf Jacoo Latskr
Cottage For Sale.
I off my cn'Uizo ucxt to the
corner ot 21t and Poplar streets,
East fcio, at a bargain. An
ply cd premise or of mo at N w York
Store. M. B. LmooviTcu.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In ttiota coinmnt, ten rente per lint,
irh inrtlnn and whthnr marked or not, if calcii
1 '.ted to fowa-rt any rami'a bnainoaa 1ntruat are
ai wuy paid rur.
Sentimental Valentines at Saup's
Organ Ruffl j will take place Friday
evening at Ous Botto'g Restaurant.
Tlie services in the Methodist church
will be the same this week as Inst. '
The hit of the season I The "Our
Bachelor Cigarl" at B-irclay Brothers'.
A fine gold watch and chain will be
raffled off Wednesday night at Mr. Charles
Bowers' European hotel.
Buy your Valentines of Phil Saup.
Fon Sale White Leghorn Egijs, pure
strain, $1.00 per s etting ot 13. Apply to
E. A. Burnett.
A German by tho "Germans" was giv
en at Reform hall last night. It was well
attended and was as pleasant as these
affairs have always been since their institu
tion. School children will find The Bulle
tin scratch-books Nos. 2 and 8 lor sale at,
Phil Saup's candy st.ire. tf
Mr. Samuel Burger left for New York
last week to begone long enough to lay
in a full stock of spring clothing. He
will be followed about the 15th by Mr.
Louis Burger who will purchase a large
stock of dry-goods and notions nececsnry to
meet the warts of their largo trade. It
Circuit court convened yesterday morn
ing about ten o'clock, adjourned shortly
after until afternoon, and after impannel
ling the juries, adjourned again at 8 o'clock
to meet this morning at 9 o'clock and be
gin active busincsss. The grand jury was
la session nearly all day and, it is under
stood, did eome good work.
"Hard Hits" Valeniines at Phil Saup.
Sunday morning and night and last
right Rev. Kerr, of Ireland, entertained
large audencies at the Methodist church
with his sermons. At the conclusion of
each sermon he solicited subscriptions to a
fund for sending young men out among the
Irish peasantry to preach the gospel, and
bis earnest calls wete liberally respmded
to each time.
The suit instituted before Justice Rob
son on Saturday, by M. Gladden against
Rev. Messiah, to recover $75 alleged to be
due for the good will and patronage of the
Three States newspaper, which the former
claimed to have sold the latter, was argued
yesterdny f.r'"vin od decided in favor of
thedefendsnt. It was proven that the
sale hud not been effected at all, Gladdens
publication to that effect to the contrary
Tnu frrryboat Three States is now
running to Fort Jefferson, leaving here at
a. m. and 2 :30 p. in., and 2 p. m. Sun
day. 25 cents round trip. 4t
E irly Sunday morning some one broke
open the front door of the shoe shop of Mr.
Ilochnadle, cu Sixth street, near Ohio levee,
and entering, took a pair of new boot,
another pair tint hai been repaired and a
pair of shoes. The thief fastened the front
loor again from within and left by the back
door, coming out through the little alley
way on the levee. Ilti left no clue to his
identify so fur as known yesterday.
F.ael Valentines, extra handsome
new, at S iup's
Hon. D. T. Lincgar was in the
Sundy. His bill co icerning levees,
lias been favorably reported upon by
committee to which it was referred and has
been ordered to a second reading for to-day.
Mr. Linegar is confident that it will go
through without material changes. It hat
been ordered to be printed and when this
shall have been done, we shall givo the
readers of The Bcm.ktis either a copy or
a full synopsis of it, as it Is of considerable
importance to Calroitca.
Valentines, imported, fringed,
Cameo, sentimental, and comic, at Frank
Ilealey's, cor. Washington avenue and 20th.
Mr. T. L Joy was Kill in tho city yes
terday. Ho took possession of tho print
ing material of the "Three States," has sent
a portion of it to his Mt. Carmel office, and
bus stored the remainder, which consists
still of a completo newspaper outfit, in
some place where any one wishing to buy
it is at liberty to view it. Mr. Joy's news
paper at Mt. Carmel is I success so far; the
"Threo States" has gone up a very long sod
a very narrow spout.
Owing to a bad wreck of a freight
train somewhere on the Southern division
of the tho Illinois Central railroad, i. e.,
the former Chicago, St. Louis & Now Or
leans rnad, tho passenger train due here
about four 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
did not arrive uutil about Dine o'clock, and
as a further conscience the train due out
from hero was likewise delayed. The causo,
nature and extent of the accident are se
crets. Mihs Lizzie Weisert, who bas been
visiting friend 4 in tho city during the past
thrco months, will return to her homo in
Vincennrs, Ind., Thursday next. While
bore she has combinei business with plea
sure, as is attested by a number of our best
1 1 t i a a t . .
anics wnom sue lias instructed In tho art
of painting during her comparatively abort
sojourn among m. HL.r panting of tho
Arch AnH Michael vnnquihlnrUm robel
lions Lucifer, gave evidence of much talent
which, if assiduously fostered, msy place
her foremost among tho ametuor artists of
Paducah News: "Mr. John C. Steele.
went to Cairo Saturday and will make that
city his residence, at least for a time, Iinv
lug accepted a position as cashier and clerk
in The Hallidtiy House. Mr. Steele is au
experienced bunker and book-keeper nnd a
gentleman whom It is a pleasure to know
lie will make mends wherever he may
A Postal card from Rev. B.. Y. George,
dated at Germantown and received here
yesterday, fluid that the writer would leave
the town named yesterdny or to-day, going
perhaps, to New York, on a few days' visit
to Mr. 1. YV. Fetch, and then returning
Chief among'the distinguished guests at
Tho Halliday yesterday, were C1. William
Butler Duncan, of the Mobile & Ohio rail
road, and wife; Miss Bertha Duncan and
maid; Miss Cunard and maid, and Miss
Elsie Perkins, all of New York, except the
latter who was from England.
Mr. Milburn, night clerk of the transfer
stcumer Junius S. Morgan, resigned Satur
day and was succeeded by Mr. George Gib
son, formerly of tho Wab'tsh road.
Mr. P. Daggy, of Chicago, and Mr. Jno.
W. Turlay, of Contralia, Und apects for the
Illinois Central road, were at The Halliday
Mrs. Henry Paris, of Muskegon, Michi
gan, arrived in the city Sunday and will re
main several weeks on a visit to her daugh
ter, Mrs. P. K. Howard.
Mrs. Jno. Holmes and daughter Alice,
are in Fulton, Ky., on a visit to the family
of Mr. A. A. Uaynes.
You cannot fail to bn suited in Valtn-
titles at Saup's.
Chicago merchants have the nerve to
advertise, and it is to this that they are
largely indebted tor their success. We
give the following instance as evidence:
The Chicago Corset Co,, about two years
ago, began business on $30,000 capital, and
the first year put $30,000 into advert'iain".
To-day their sales are over half a mill on
dollars yearly, and they are extruding
business rapidly every day, with orders
ahead all the time. In view of the fact
that The Bulletin is now adding nearly
two hundred expense per month without
hope of return to advertise Cairo, wouldn't
it be a good thing for somo of our Cairo
merchants to advertise regularly in its col
umns, especially as the cost would come,
indirectly, from their competitors who do
All kinds of Valentines, handsome,
costly, and cheap at Phil Saup's.
The dam igo from flood continues in
Cincinnati and the flood increases. It is
the heaviest flood ever known ther. As
may be seen from the stages of the river at
the head of the river column, tho river
marked 63 feet 7 inches at Cincinnati yes
terday afternoon, and a rise of ten inrhe
more was 'hen expected. Di-patches w.-re
received here yestrdty from Cincinnati,
from solictious parties there, warning us of
approsching fl ol and asking that the au
thorities hero make preparations f r it. But
these parties are unnecessarily alarmed for
Cairo. Cartful calculation has shown that
with all the rise above, the river can come
up only six feet ra(re here, snd we can
stand fifteen feet more, with the river now
at thirty-seven feet. The Mississippi is
falling at St. L:juis and as long as both do
do not come u,i together there is not the
slig'ite-t ground for apprehension for Chiro.
While nearly all the towns and cities along
the Ohio which, from Cincinnati down to
Paducah, will be sovarely damaged, Ciiro
will be high and dry, escaping even 'he
threatene 1 dinner.
Valentines, largest atock in southern
Illinois, at Soup's.
Sheriff Flaskin, of Mississippi county
Arkansas, arrived in the city yesterday, for
the purpose of taking back with him the
negro, Durbin, who wascaught hero Friday
by Chief Myers, and who is charged with
murderous assnult and with tho thett of a
mule which he hold to Mr. Elliott horo for
$97. From what Sheriff Haskios said it
appears that Durbia is a desperate char
acter. The sheriff's deputy with severa' as
sistants went to Durbin'a house to arrest
him for stealing tho mule and to take the
mule back to its owner. They anticipated
no trouble, but when thoy got to Durbin's
houBe, be end two others suddenly rushed
forth, covered tho officers with guns and
told thorn to leavo or bo shot. The
officers loft and notified Sheriff Haskios
who summoned a posse and went back to
Durbin's house only to flu i that he had
fled, taking tho mulo with him. Sheriff
Hasklus left last night, taking with him
Durbin and another negro named
who is wanted at Oscoola for nearly
killing a colored woman, and win was ar
rested yesterday by tho officers hero, on the
The only complete stock of Valentines,
Hicbard and Idia Cummings, variety
sketch artists, havu been at the theatre
Comiquo for fivo successive weeks now,
and havu delighted audiences every night.
In their particular line they are superior to
most others, equal to Btiy. A benefit will
bo given them on Friday ubjht and it is
confidently expected that those who hava
attended their performance with pleasure
during tho lastfivo weeks will turn out in
full force on that night. It
ASSOCIATED. OR ORGANIZED,
Tho subject of tho care and relief of the
poor and suffering, which hasjust leen re
opened in four columns, is one of vital Im
portance, and commends itself to all hu
mime and thoughtful people C lro on oc
count of her peculiar situation especially
needs the systematize plan of Associated
Charities which lias been for several years
in successful operation In Boston, Now
York, Brooklyn, Indianapolis, and other
cities. It is a plan, both practical and
practicable, and in perfect accord with the
higher plans of living of our nineteenth
century civilization. Those persons who
atteuded the semi-annual meetings of the
Illinois Social Science Association, held at
Ilartinau's hall, April 18th, 1881, will re
member the very abla paper given by the
Rev. B. Y. George, on tho su'ject of or
ganized chanties, und tho interesting dis
ciihsions which followed the paper, by the
members ot the association and others. It
was the opinion of the meeting, that tlie
SHme system of organize! charities, which
had been tested in Indianapolis, and was
tully explained by Rev. Mr. George, could
be applied in Cairo with as great success,
allowing for such variation as ahould be
necessary, on account of the diff retire be
tween tho two cities. An elaborate, snd
practical paper upon the same subject, was
read by the Rev. Myron Reed, of Indianap
olis, at an annual meeting of the Social
Science Association, of Chicago in October
1880. Tint paper vas b beginning of h
work now in hand iu the association pre
paring the WMy for a system of organized
charities in Chicago, and elsewhere in the
6?lPe of Illinois. In furtherance of that
idea, a number of strong petitions signed
by large number of people, iu all purts of
the state, have this winter been forward to
th governor, Baking for the appointment
of a woman on the state board of chari
ties. The Social Science Association will
have accomplished ono important step in
so.vioc toe problem ot help for
the deserving poor and sufferiuj;.
It is generally conceded that wrjian
is the nml and best almoner
that her training in matters of detail, her
finer instincts and aptitude tor careful inves
tigation, would make her more successful
lu tho work of distributing relief than m tn.
But in the ewe of a systematized organiza
tion forcharitie, conducted on fixed busi
ness principles, it would not bo best, as
your correspondent "Fiat," in Saturday's
paper mggested, to put it "entirely in the
hands of the ladies." Although the com
pliment is generous, the plan is not feasible.
To be a success the work must bo p'operly
managed from a central office at whicli all
cases of destitution must be reported, and
from which inventiijaiion of doubtful cases
must be made. It follows uaturally, since
Ve mj r:ty of caes asking aid, are tlnse
of rou if h men, that the person in charge of
the office must be a man. This person
must be pid a fair salary for services, and
must possess good judgment, true philan
thropy and personil courage. With such
a person in the office, four or five hours
escli day, to attend to transient cases, as
well as local ones, and s committee of
tliree or five benevolent ladies as visitors,
iu euch ward, the question of the work is
solved. The question of ways and means
is equilly simple. The citizens must
pledge themselves to support the organiza
tion by such amounts paid yearly or quar
terly, as they can and will aff rd, and to
aid In the work by absolutely refusion aid
ai houses and places of business, seuding all
applicants to the central office wbote the
esses can be investigated, and assistance
rendered. A board of directors chosen
from our b?nt citizens should have charge
of the work, and they should h'tve tho
hearty co-operation of all citizens. It the
"poor fuid" could be placed in tbu hands
of the association as a foundation, and sup
plemented by private subscriptions to the
amount now spent in indiscriminate and
wasteful almsgiving, and gratuitous ser
vices from our physicians, who constantly
do so much for tho poor, ample provision
would bo made I think, for all really
worthy and deserving poor, and the aid
would be given judiciously and wisely.
But one thing remains to inaugurate the
movement -a miss mooting at the call of
tho mayor, of all citizens, irrespactivi of
creed or condition, who shall bo anxious to
alleviate buffering and misery and overcome
fraud and false pretences, by a truo, just
and wise associated ch irities. C.
Vilunttnts is at
A young negro about twouty-two yaars
of age was brought hero by the steamer
Charles Morgan last Friday snd placed in
the Marine hospital, to be treated for sick
ness of some kiud. Sunday his ailment de
veloped Into smallpox; his case was
promptly brought to tho notice of tho city
authorities, Mayor Thistle wood ordered
the pest-houso put in order to receive the
patient, Chief Meyers saw that the order
was executed without delay, and Sunday
night the patient was removed to tbo com
fortable quarters spocialiy prepared for
him. The negro's nime is John Harman;
his homo is at Galliopolis, snd ho is a river
Senator, John C. Jacobs, of the Fourth
Senatorial district of Now York, speaking
with our correspondent latoly, snid: "I
never was In better condition in my life. I
am now tree from rheumatism, which
troubled me so long, and I owe my thanks
and freedom from paiu to St. Jacobs Oil.
Now York Graphic.
You now have the opportunity to innfcc . nnvni:
attractive, with bright colors, your laded ribbon
mm wii'T arncies or apparel.
Every package of the
HANDY PACKAGE DYES
IS WAltUAN TED capable of coloring more iu
quantity anil better iu qualify than any other dvos
that have been offered. Trice: 15c. per package; 2
for 25c. Try them and you will be delighted.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLE COLOll CARD.
7-4 C0b.io Lottco and
Cor. 8th St. Wash. Ave.
The maimer in which the case ot the
negro Reeves, who stole a 9 lit of clothing
from Mr. Annuel Meyers Friday night, was
disposed of, does not appear, to ono Up a
trt'e, as iu strict accordance if'i K,)n'l law,
good sense, or public good. The lellow
r.ontesad his jjuilt; there was therefore no
ground whatever for doubt. The prisoner
is brought into court by the olficcr who ar
rested him, Wim, with the intention of
giving h'tii a preliminary examination; the
rase is docketed, and witnesses are sum
moned and are present. But because ot
tJiH inconvenience ) which he would Ik
put to prosecute the prisoner in the circuit
court, the victim of the robbery refuses to
testify against the prisoner at the prelimi
nary examination, oners to compromise
with the officer aud the court by paying
the costs of the proceelins as tar us they
havo gone, on condition that the piisoner be
released; the officer and the court accept
tho olfiir and thes'jlf-confesied thief 'n im
mediately released. Now, what manner of
proceeding is ttiis! We have here u daa
uerouj pr-.'ce leut, one wbi h. to our under
standing, I'.rese.its a complete reversion ol
one of the fund tinantal principles of Illi
nois criminal law. Tins principle is, that,
in all criminal cases, the people are the
complainants and the prosecutor, not th-i
victim or victiim, and tlire must be no
compromise with crime. Under this prin
ciple Mr. Meyers, tho victim, was not at
liberty to withdra-v from the prosecution,
aud the officer wis not compelled to re
lease the criminal because of Mr. Meyers'
refuml to prosecute. li.it even if Mr.
Meyers Ind been Ht liberty to re'uso t
testify, tliTK would still hive b.-en ample
pio-if against the prisoner to enable (I13
o'ficer to sitiatv the court
that there was guilt; and even
if there h ben no proof sgsiost
the prisoner, his own confession would
certainly hive furnished ground for a pre
sumptioa of auilt, a ground sufficiently
strong to jistit'y tho court in holding him
to bill for trinl by a bigh -r com t. Hut a'l
this seems to h.iva beeu ignored; tho se
curity of tho people iu their possession,
the outraged law au I the prisoner's confes
sion of guilt were nil Imt sijht of in the
eagreness to snvi Mr. Meyers the trouble to
atteud the pris nier's trial at the court houso,
and to g'.vetlie people the expense of such
trial, which, in viow of the fact that the
prisoner plcaded'guilty, would havo been
but slight. Hid the case been s minor of
fense agalust a city ordinance, my vagrancy,
the prisoner wou'd at least have been given
a choice between the calaboos? and im
mediate duparturo from the city. In this
caso it is a felony, of a kind which have
been altogether too frequent in the city of
late and which tho officers, and courts too,
havo labored hard to suppress, but tho
prisoner is simply set free. Tlie officer's
motive in doing this was not bad, ot that
we are sure, but this judgement was. Tho
county jul is full of transient criminals,
criminals who worked our neighboring
cities without being caught, and who, com
Ing to Cairo, ran into ilia hands of a vigi
lant police force and landed in the couuty
jail. This county, by stopping and pun
ishing criinin.ils on their way north, pro
tects the cou ities ab vc it from tho rava
ges of these wandnrin thieves, and thus its
burden of couvicting orimiuals is fully fivo
times groater thau that of any other
county inthestato excepting Cook. But
this burden must bo borne; thieves who
work their profession hero must be pun
ished if caught; to permit any considera
tion of economy to re'trin law and justice
in a case so serious as that of Reeves is
dangerous and ought not to bo permitted.
Chief Myers took, this view of tho matter
as soon as ho heard of Reeves' release,
swore out a warraut for his re-arrest and
sent ofJloers out to make diligent search
for tho negro. Rut at this writing Reeves
is still at large.
Comic Valentines at Phil Saup's.
GOOD LOTS FOR SALE.
On Railroad struct below (III), three lots
8, 0 aud 10 block 13, 113 by 20 each, mak
ing 73 feet on Railroad struct and 20 feet
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FRIDAY, February 16.
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People" I'r ci, -o. ij and sue. No extra!
No h ghr 1
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Thin Hotel l heated by meion. hi? t"m
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for One or tho Above "lloul Carts" iH
nffurthe aamii at a low fls'tr" to any one dcalruni
of urchaKlli!. Call or udilruM thlaolllcv,
fJMJK riTV NATIONAL RANK,
71 onto LRvmc.
CAPITAL, 101). OOO
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INTBRPIUHK SAVING MANh .
Of Cairo. .
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