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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27. 18-3
The Daily Bulletin.
Solicit In tliU coiamn. eigm cent pr line for
rati' nr. centa per lin. each uhaoqiKnt Iniar-
ion K..r one woA. 30 cent por lino. For ono
U.oiith. bO cent Pr Una
will buy a gooi meal cooked to ordor, at
Only 7.50 to Chicago and Kcturn.
The St. L. & C. It. H. will coutinuo to
bcII round trip tickets at $7.50 to Chicago
and return lor Illinois SUlo Fair and in
dustrial Exposition uutil St'pt. 25th. Good
returning Ipuii i liicHjjo Sept. 30th and
East St. Louis Oct. 1st. Ti kets ood on
any train uoinc, to Sept. 85tli. Apply to
L. U. Clmrcli, Ticket Ag't, Union depot.
To Whom it May Concern
We will positively refuse to pay bills
not accompanied with an order indorsed
by the bidww named tirm or by ono autho
rizi'd to give orders for said firm. By or
der 0f Lancastkk & Rice.
Al. persons holding city bills against the
firm )t Ch. O. Patier & Co., are hereby
noti bd to present simo tor payment at the
6tor i in or before the 5th day of October,
188 ! . After above ilitte nil bills not settled
iuuf' be probated. C. 0. Patier,
All persons indebted to the firm ot Chas.
O. Patier & Co. will pleaso make settlement
before October 5, 1883, as all accounts not
settled by that time will be placod for col
lection to close the business of the firm.
Attention to this uotico will save costs snd
trouble. Geouok Fisheu,
tf Atty for Administrator.
Oysters in every stylo .at Geo. Lattner's
No. 75 Commercial avenue. 818-lm
Two Rooms For Rent
unfurnished in rear of cottage on lOtb street
between Washington and Walnut. Inquire
at The Bulletin. 918-tf
Hot coffee and sandwiches at Geo. Latt
ner's, No. 75 Commercial avenue.
Prof. Mason's Classes.
The afternoon dancini; class will be hold
Wednesday at three o'clock and Saturdays
at two o'clock.
The evening class will meet on Wodnes
dav hi, I Friday uidits at 7:30 o'clock.
Both classes will meet as last year at Tem
pera rcu hall on 8th street, commencing
WedikBday the 10th ot September. tl
8 iddle Rock Oysters at DeBaun 56 Ohio
395,000 Bricks for Sale.
I havfl tor sale, belonging to the estate
f Peter Stoltenberg, deceased, 315,000
burnt brick which I oiler at a bargain in
lots to suit tho purchaser; must bo sold im
mediately to close the accounts of tho es
tate. ADOLPn Swohoba,
will buy a good meal cooked to order at
Do Baun's. tf
Music books luund at $3.00 p ir volume
tf A. W. Pyatt, 77 Ohio Lovoo.
Restaurant and Oyster House, 56 Ohio
New Hlaeksmitli Shop.
A r.ew horse shoeing shop has been open
ed by Mr. P Powers on Tenth street. All
uanner of bUcksmitiiing and wagon work
done to order. Repairing work a specialty.
Wont dona promptly. tf
will buv a good mo il cooked to order at
U .Biun's. tf
bEE a woman in another column near
Speer's Vin-yards, picking grapes from
which saver's Port Gr tpu wino is made,
that is so highly enteemed by tho medical
prolVsHion, for the use of invalids weakly
persons and the aged. Sold by drugiiists.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices in toesn cuiinriur. on emit ir line,
,- n--rii.i.. auil wtiMtlicr marked or not, if calm
luted In fowa-d anv mm's oiisIubm Interest are
Ti e river is don lo four feet ten in
ch"S, and is still falling slowly.
Mary Ann. Ot
Magistrate Coinings yesterday received
another barrel of Creal springs water.
The Paducah club will play tho Cairo
nine again in this city in about two weeks.
For Sale Mr cottage and two lots
on 7th street. Mrs. C. McLean. (it
Col. W. R. Brown, a prominent citizen
of Metropolis, was at the Halliday yester
day. Don't foruet the Mystics to-night.
Buder has tickets and reserved seats, 60,
89 and 25.
Chattel mortgage and warrantee deed
blanks, at The Bulletin ofllco. tf
Mrs. Captain King and family, and
Mrs. Burnett were passengers on tho Nt.
Louis and Cairo train yesterday for fit.
Asocial of the Encampment will bo
held at tho ball Friday night. Members
tod their families are requested to attend.
Mr.Jas. W. Peterson, formerly a pnt
songer ajeut it) this city, and siuco holding
the tarns position at St. Louis, died in that
Wanted Ly a young man situation iu
warohouso, grociry, railroad office, or
wholesale house. Address Bulletin office.
Another cable is to bo laid over the
Mississippi river between this city and
Bird's Fuint. It ii for the Texas and P.
Louis mad, which ii having tho work done.
MtMrs. F. W. aud E. E. Patamoro and D.
F. Clark, came down from St. L mia yester
day to make preparations for beginuing
mdlb for Bale; 100 offerod, $110
asked; sound, gentle, strong, and a good
puller. Apply to C.
Another concert by tho Cuiro City
band, at tho Tenth street stand, will bo
the attraction for tho public this cvoniug
tho weather permitting.
Mary Aun. 0t
Dr. Howard Fulton, of Desmoin, Iowa,
an experienced druggist, has taken charge
of the prescription department of the drug
house of Mr. Paul O. Schuh.
Tho Dolan brothers at theComiquo this
week are an excellent team and should be
seen by all who admire artistic or burlesque
song and danco performance. 0t
Tho Paducah grand jury recently
tound over sixty indictments. Tho Cairo
jury adjourned after having found but about
fifteen. Cairo can lay it over Paducah in
everything but baseball ami criminals.
O 10 of the bands vt gypsies encamped
on tho commons up town for several weeks,
pulled up stakes yesterday and left. Tho
others will soon follow. Tho nights
are getting to ba a little too freBh for them
and they move further south.
Tho cabinot test, slate writing, ringing
of bells and sounding of banjos aud violins,
all accomplished by the Miller Brothers in
first-class shape, sufficient to convince tho
most skeptic, all of which will be given
away to the audience ou tho last night.
-Alice O'Neil was tho only victim be
fore tho police courts of tho city yesterday.
Sho was ono of tho lively denizens of
"Pinch" that had escaped tho officers the
day beforo. She was fine 1 1 5 and costs
by Justice Robinson forgenoral cussedneos.
The new comet, recently discovered, la
calculated to bo 300,000,000 miles away,
being farther distant than any other comet
ever dcsicoveied and as it will continue to
draw nearer tho aun untill next Juno it is
believed it will prove a magnificent specta
Mary Ann. 0t
There was a very fair aitendance ot la
dies and gentlemen at tho Young Meu'H
Christian Association rooms last night to
tender Mr. J. E. Brown, state secretary, a
public reception. Songs by the assnrubly,
accompanied by music on tho organ and in
ter persed by brief talks from several gen
tlemen, were tho order of exercises.
Tuesday evening the Breamor Chotcau
struck a snag in tho Misiissippi river, about
eighteen miles from hero and sunk. The
water gained entrance only to one of tho
compartments of the hull and touched only
the froight stored therein. She was coming
down stream, and is waiting now for anoth
er b:at to relievo her of hor Ireight.
On the 3rd of October next tho triennial
convention of the Trotestant episcopal
church will meet in old Christ church,
Philadelphia, and three days after there
will be celebrated in tho same place tho
centennial anuivorsary of tho consocratiou
of Bishop Soabury, tho first American bi
shop, by tho Scottish bishops at Aberdeen.
D ivid Davis at last j ins thu proud
procession of great men to tho rock-pile aud
the penitentiary. In a moment oi indis
cretion he stole a hat from Franklin avouue
in St. Louis Tuesday. The jails have long
been full of Gnorgo Washington, Thomas
Jeffrrsous and Julius Caesus. If Divid
DuviseB are going to crowd in atnoug them
in any considerable nti'ubers, some of the
prison cells will have to be permanently
Still they cornel Johnson county is
also to have a health resort. Tho Vienna
Times says: A chalybeate spring has been
discovered and opened up at Tunuel Hill,
III., some of tho water has been Bent to St.
LouiB for analyzttion. Dr. Bratton pro
nouncod the water splendid, ami states that
if tho water proves what it is expected to
do by tho aualayzor, a twenty-thousand
dollar hotel is to bo immediately created at
In tho suit of Strah Hazelott agaiiiHt
tho Northwestern Life-Insurance Company,
the jury brought in a verdict for tho plain
tiff. The husband of plaintiff had a hl'u
policy lor $3,000, which defendant refused
to pay on the ground of misrepresentations
in making out his policy, aud that Ins
death resulted from intemperance. Tho
verdict was for $3,300, being the full amount
ol the policy aud interest. Thecaso will
bo taken to the Supremo Court. Chicago
Tribune, Sept. SO, 1883.
lie should bayo taken his policy in tho
Equitable. That company's policy hoi lets
never leave a lawsuit to their heirs, Its
policies aro made incontestable.
Tho little boy of Mr. Henry Husmi
Jager, on Ninth street, In company with
another boy, was playing with powder Sun
day evening. A hole was dug in the
grounJ, a quantity of powder pourod into
it, a brick laid over it and a match ap
plied. Thu other little follow having tailed
to touch oil the powder, Mr. H's von bent
over Hie littlu magazine and applied tho
(Ire. An explosion resulted, dirt and frag
mcuts of tho brick blew in all directions,
and the fire shot straight up under tho buy's
chin and around his throat, sihorching him
quite loverely. The littlu fellow is still
laid up with a muchly swollen throat,
A walk through the premises of thu
Bix Factory and Saw Mill of Capt. ilalli
diy would givo anyone some idoanl tho
Immensity ot that institution. lis product
ii piled up clom together and twenty or
thirty feet high, on cither Bide of a perfect
net woik of elevated railroad coveriug sev
eral acres. There is lumber enough in tho
yard to build a complete house
over the entire city, even though tho Ar
gus man's ponderous notions as to the size
of this burg were correct. But tho innum
erable saws buz every dayand sometime at
uight, tearing logs into fragmouts of differ
ent dimensions to supply the demand of
builders, etc., in a vast territory over which
tho business of tho mills extends.
Mary Ann. 6t
Tho Widows and Orphans Mutual Aid
society has taken a boom this month. Mr.
Lewis, while on a visit to Kansas, took ap
plications for 143 certificates of member
ships, itisuring $177,000.00. We loarn that
ho reported to the board of managers ou
Tuesday night that there had been certifi
cates issued since the first instant to the
amount of $205,000.00, being the largest
amount ever issued in one mouth by the
society. We, like every good citizen ol
Cairo, hope that tho W. & O. may continue
to increase until it becomes one of first
institutions ol the kind iu tho country. We
are for every enterprise that is calculated
to elevate Cairo.
The Aryus may, by distorting state
ments of TnE Bulletin and murdering
the multiplication table, convince itself that
its extravagant figures on street tilling were
correct, but the intelligent reading public
will not be decieved. A man who makes
an error of million of dollars in ascer
taining tho result of a stated case in sim
ple multiplication, aud then regards the
error of so trifling a nature that ho believes
that he can palm it off tor truth upon intel
ligent public, by "sticking to it," is beyond
the reach of ordinary means of correction.
The most convincing logic administered in
strong doses and with the greatest courtesy
would not have the slightest effect upon
Russia seems to think she may as well
settle her littlo uffurs with Austria while
tho latter power is hampered with threat
ened revolution, and before the terms of her
preseut compact with Germany are altered.
By that treaty Germany is not to be called
upon by Austria for active co-operation if
attacked by Russia only. The true secret
of the trouble between these empires is tho
question of which is to own the whole of
the Danublan principalities in the present
and Turkey and Greece in the future.
Russia has ordered all private shipments
on merchant steamers in the Black sea to
ceases) that they- iuay .bo available at a
moment's notice for carrying troops, BtoreB
Chester Clarion: "One day last week
part of the bones oi some large, extinct
animal were dug up iu the north part of
the prison yard. A tooth measured 4
inches long, 3.j wido and 4 inches deep.
The upper part of tho thigh bone was six
inches iu diameter at tho smallest part.
Where it joined to tho hip-bone it was 11J2'
inches in diameter. On Monday of this
week p irt of tho upper jaw-bone was found
with a tusk liko ivory, rcarly four feet
long. These boues were found about thirty
feet under tho surface and aro in perfect
stato of preservation. The warden has
charge of them and will keep them for the
state." Pretty big animal that. But its
nothing to what it would be if measured by
the Argus m in's town raising rule.
Two carloiuWof stone flagging arrived
yesterday, whidi is to boused for sidewalks
in tront of The Bulletin building, on Ohio
levee, and the business house of Mr. R. II.
Cuuuinghain, next below it. Tho main ob
ject is to remedy tho evil of water running
into thu coal vaults and from there into tho
basements of the homes, whenever it rains
to amount to anything. Tho Hugging will
be Wid over substantial brick walls, ami
gutters will Ire constructed to carry the
rainwater away. In order to make the
drainage perfect, thu gutter must extend
the entire length ot' this block and to this
end the other property holders, who aro
likewise silicic 1 with the water evil, should
proeeed without delay to make the same
improvement. Tho cost is trifling in com
parison to tho benefits derived, and Spring
field block would bo improved in ajiptur-
anco several hundred percent.
The trouble with tho new postal n ito
is that there is too much work involved in
issuing it. Not only this, but it is a kind
of work which, though Bimplc, Is liable to
many mistakes. The town and Mate, the
dollars and cents, and thu postinuBlur's namo
must be written in. Tlieu thu correspond
ing figures in the margin inunt be punched.
Thus, if tho no'o is for $4.4 1 tho note imt
bo patched three times, onco for tho dol
lars, once for the dimes and unco for tho
cents. Much caro tuuat be exercised in
thi, for if any number punched out dots
uot agree with tho written sum inserted tho
nolo must be sent buck for correction, it
takes twice as long to issue ono of these
notes as to uiiko out the oil postal ordor,
and what is gained by it is a mystery, for
the money Bent is no safer, than currency,
all orders being payable to bearer and col
lectable by any person who presents them.
-Report from this county to tho stato
department ol agriculture, concerning thu
cnip.i in the month ol'Auguut last, is as fol
lows: "Coin is not looking quite as woll
as on tho first of July, but will make, with
f ivnrablo weather, nearly an avorage yield
per net e. Broonicnrn looks woll. Sorghum
cine promises nearly an average yield per
acre. Tobacco will make over three-fourths
of an average yield per aire. Pusturos oro
above an average in condition. Irish pota
toes lock well, and sweet potates will make
nearly an average yield per acre. Tho arena
ot buckwheat is larger than last year, am
the condition promises more than an aver-
ago yield per sere. Turnips and other root
crops look woll, and they are up to an av
urago iu condition. Beans aud peas are up
to an average in condition. Prnsptcts are
favorable for more than an average of black
berries, an Bvorago crop of grapes, three
fourths of a crop of quinces, two thirds of a
crop of pears, half a crop of peaches and
plums and less than one-fourth of a crop of
apples. Quality of wheat from medium to
good ; yield not as largo as expected. Oats
are turning out well. Hay crop is largo
and quality is fair."
Some days ago tho telegraph reported
that Hon. J. H. Oberly had figured agres
sivelyin an unpleasant episode in the Lead
er office of Bloomington bad attacked one
of thu editors of that paper with a pistol
for calling him names. The report is still
goiug the rounds of the press in this end of
the state ; but it was entirely untrue as ap
peals from tho following account given by
the Loader itself tho morning after: "The
autiirla hardly wonh the powder expended,
and was only the result of a momentary
loss oi temper, to which aiu to fcttj.T,
bishops, editors, etc , aro buw... The-
Leader has always felt a high personal le
garl for Mr. Oberly, and though it differs
from him iu politics has al
ways found him a courteous
opponent, aud socially a very genial an J
agreeable gentleman. Tho Leader regrets
that so much prominence has been given to
what whs really a very trival affair, and one
which we feel certain ought to be at once
dropped outof sight. Tht Mr. Oberly feels
called upon to so frankly apologize for
what ho deemed an infringement ol the
professional code is proof enough ot tho
honesty of his intentions. The Leader u-v-ur
for a moment felt offended, and in the
future, as iu the past, will endeavor to re
ciprocate the friendly feelings which are
expri'89ed by 'our neighbor over the way.' "
Mr. Thomas S. Chappell, Treas. Uept.,
Waf-hiiigton, I). C, had congestion of the
throat and says, that by the great pain-cure,
St. J:icobs Oil, he was cured.
Here is the Chester Valley Clarion's
account of the colored convention held re
cently held in this city: "Tho colored
voters of the 20th congressional district
held a convention in Cairo on Thursday the
6th innt., to select delegates to the Natien
al convention of colored voters, to be held
in Louisville, Ivy., on the 24th iust. There
was a full representation and tho proceed
ings were harmonious. Eight delegates
were selected. The convention endorsed
Republican principles, but denounced
MMssiMii.' They claim 3,500 negro voters
in this district, but complaint that they
have no slrire iu Federal appointments.
They demand the removal of Gou. Pavey,
the internal revenue collector of this dis
trict, of Mr. Murphy, postmaster ot Cairo,
and ot Mr. Fisher, collector of the port of
Cairo, because they have given no subordi
nate places to colored voters. They claim
tint with 30,000 voters in the state, they
have never been given a delegate to a Na
tional convention, nor a place on a Btato
t.cket. They further complain that with
7,000,000 population in the nation, they
have never been given a place in the presi
dent's cabinet. They recommend that tho
National convention at Louisville, and the
Slate convention, which is to be held at
Springfield next month, tako tho steps n"c
ces try to organize the colored voters ol the
country into an independent party. These
rt-s ) u ions wore adopted unanimously."
A resolution making thu declarations as
above stiitod was offered at tho convention
by a member who wore the Scott collar,
but it was dofoatod. The convention was a
hob-tail affair, only eighteen or twenty per
sons being present, and its declarations
probably would not have had much effect
upon the great Republican machine.
Ladies, beware of imitations. The great
popularity of Ball's Hkaltii Puksehvino
Coh.xktb or Ball's Corets with coiled spring
IiiMiu Bret iocs Ims induced certain unprin-
cipleil dealers to pa.m oil on their unsus
pecting customers a worthless imitation foi
the genuine article. We have begun pros
ecutions for fraud and damages against sev
eral dealers tor this practice, and shall do
the same with others as fast as we get evi
dence ot this practice. The genuine article
can not be sold at retail for less than $1 25,
and any one who advertises or sells for lets
than that pt ice, It is safe to presume aro
olfering a fraudulent article. Any lady
who purchases one of thu genuine corset's
can return it after twoor three weeks' wear
if not sutislled with it in every respec t, and
the price paid for it will be refunded,
CltlCAOO CoitsKT Co.,
O I'K RA HOUSE TO-NIO li l".
Notices clipped from Chicago, Spting
Held and Joliet newspapers, show that the
people of those cities were more than de
lighlid with the performances of tho "Mys
tic1," and commend to the public as worthy
ofesp' cial attention and patronage. Hal
abreca and Master Robert Fulton, the two
hUrtliiiu illusionists; Fremont Brothers
mesmerist, and Miller Brothers iu their
marvelous spirtual tests.
It In a Positive Luxury
tobiush the teeth with H0ZODON T, so
fragrant and refreshing is it, and so pleas
ant Is thu tut-to it leaves iu thu mouth alter
the operation. Then bow gratifying is the
( Meet and bow complacent feels thu behold
er whe views iu thu glass a row of ivories
rendered spotless, by this benign and de
lightful toilet article. Only a tew drops on
the brush, a rag or sponge is needed lor an
ablution and yet it Is wondrnuMy effective.
HEALTH and COMFORT!
Disinfect jour PREMISES. Wo luivoa lniitc
COPPERAS, CHLORIDE of LIME,
1IR0M0 CHLORALUM, (MROXDIN,
CARBOLIC ACID, Etc., Etc.,
Also GENUINE DALMATIAN
lin, Copper and Agate; Ironware.
Koolinir, (iutterins and all kinds of work iu Tin, Copper
and Sheet Iron done to order.
Nos. 25 & 27, 8th Si., Cairo.
YESTERDAY'S HOTEF, ARRIVALS.
D L Goldbery, Hickman; V li Wilkinson
Jackson, Turin; J X Irwin, s ime; 3Colb.it,
New Orleans; F Villavaso, ssim-; J II Luge
Oxford, Miss; I) Windiom, Mobile; J A
Jones, St Louis; O IVyahil, same; II C
Ochterleck, same; J I'.rown, same; V J
Hughes, suae; N S Snidfi-ld-r, ssme; S N
Weil Cincinnati ; CIi-h V Kei-i, same; W
S Wymore and child, sani";W II Hoti h
kins, Lahyette, Ind; A Yard, New York;
RW Terry, sune; O W X.dmrg, Vincit,
No; R V Jones and wile, (i-dhtin, III; W
N McDaniel, Hoinsville; S F llalcom,
Champaign; Mrs S Binl, Murphyhboro;
FEJewett, St. Louis; II 11 Donohoo, same;
C K Cook, same: FW l'urumori', same;
I) F Clark, snui", A V Hrbeil, s.ni"; C J
Gardner, Santa Fe: M C Wright, St. Johns.
lil; Mrs W S Rogers, Murphyslicro; I
Marx, Cincinnati; W It Brown, Metropolis;
R Been, same; Mrs OF Wh;ting and child,
New York; Miss Cook, same; Mi.-s Stewnrt,
T A lTelp, New Orleans; S Kennedy,
Cincinnati; C Miller, same; J W Wilson,
Bird's Point; Dr. T II Hitter, sun.-; J E
Hall, St. Louis;.! II iwnrd' same; R Crav-
ford, Evansville; J I'Grtvett, Hens n, Mo.
W AG ON-MAK E K.
Sliop on Iliiilllv Avi'nii'', buiwui-n mirth and
Sixth mi-.-i'O. Cnlm, Illinois
f,'"AM klinN fil I'Uin iiml lu-avy I1 nrUamtl htng.
nmron slid crrltti!; work done Ui tint inert woik
manllku manner. II iri--iliouiiiK a penalty and
latllai tion unarat.tecd
138 and 118 Commer
j Cairo, Illinois.
DRV GOODS and NOTIONS,
a full Una of all I ho latum, movent colon
and quality, and licul tuauutacturu.
OA HP I'JT
Hndv MruHHel, Tiptstrlvs
Cloths, & Jtc.
Clothing; and Gents' Fi
This 1). iiarliniuit occupies full flmir and
Is complnin In all ruspnr.ts. Goods ars
Kiiaranluud ol lalest style nnd hest ma
terial, Bottom rrleorj and First-class (Jooilsl
J-lm li). INOE,
Maniifai'.turur and Dualor In
lltll Klreu. botwuon Coiu'l Ave. mid Levco.
CIIOKB llOHlNU A SPECIALTY
AI.fi KINDS HP A MUNITION.
Snfoi llaialrori, All Kinds ol Ken Madi.
Ohio i !: v k -
and Cor. MJ: 'irivtC
AMI'S KM. 'INT.
CAIRO 01 KIM IIHi;.SIi.
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THURSDAY, St'ptt'lll bd' 27.
tC-nd doul.l'.' Iil'.l for tliii fi:g'Hfini.nt in;))'.
Prof.E. Clinton Walker.
Iwtnr' r ml detnnripirm.-r. ii'.iii; Hjv wou'lerful
TilO lT;it S. 'Hob ill tl -1 i; ',
BALAB Ii h;CA.
wuckt-r of uioilt'iii mitar-iin, mi.1
.Master ROUT. FULTON
111.' l)oy woi.il.-r .
The two vrcutcKt illtiiutilv Mviiig.
rm. i i).. ai.
uiu riwmmi dioiults
in their wonderful ptrforiioun v tLiminir
power oi mt- wiii i r. r i iner.
THE 3HILEK JiROS.,
In marvelous mai.ll.'.intloi," me! n'iei .dit g spi
ritual tert, tlposlllu' ail their test en tliu
.Miss Alma irrando
Mk. Edwin- Soldixe,
In a uieluniru of intisle uml sonu
Makhii? mi ovcninirof wonder, mystery,
music, son!,'' iiiid Liiilitei.
Admission, so, SI and Sjc. No extra charge for
reserved seats to b Dad ul Unci r's JuWi lty Hore.
A. V D.VMKI.S. Manager.
rpilE CITY NATIONAL HANK.
Or Cairo, IlliuoiM.
71 OHIO LLVL'i:.
A Oeucrul Uunkiiitr I tnincss
THOU V. HA 1.1,1 1) VV
jNTKHPHiSE HAVING HANK,
KXCMTSIVKLV A SAV1XUS HANK.
THOtf. AV. II A l.I.I DAN ,
W. BTKATTON, t'u'ro. T, ItlltH. MIourl.
STJtATTON it 1II H1,
No. KOIilo Li'vuu, Cairo, 111.
1fAiuti Amorliiii I'owitwr Co.