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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 28, w.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFF1CK: NO. 78 OHIO LEVEE.
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OND CLASS HA1 ES.
OFIOlAli PAPJtHOP CITY AND OOCNTT
Wear authored to annnuncu that K. A. I).
WILBANKS, of Jefforaon county, U candidate
DlrUlon of llllnol. ftthjert to th m-clMou
caventliin of Hit Democratic puny
r,. I wrL nflhA A rlll-l lain l.Olin IU ion rvu.iu
I'Ol'NTY JUKI I.
Wearsanthorlced to annonnro the niimo of
WALT Kit W AKDKtt a a candidate for thu oincu
of Cousiy Judsco of Alexander t'oimty.
Wear uttiorlaed toannoiniro .tnitlre JOHN
H. KOBINrtiM ae an Independent candidate for
County Jodc at thu coming Novi'tiier electluu.
We are eullmn.i'd to annonn:e Mr. MILKS V.
PAKKhK an aa Independent candidate for treas
urer uf Alexander ceuuty attho coming November
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticm 1u irm column, elfifit cimu pr line for
Imt and ttve cent per Itue each aheqnent iueer
lion. Kor one wwlc. eenti per line. For one
month. W ccuu per line.
Out of the fire, or. of 8th and Levee, my
icehouse and office, is' at present t the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, V
tween 8th sn.i 9th street?.' Orders will be
filled satne as usual, both wholesale anil
retail. Wagons supply regulaily every day.
Southern Hotel ana Restaurant
Leo Kleb desires bis friends and the pub
lic to know that this favorite) hotel is now
thoroughly repaired and refitted in better
condition than before the ure. .Meals at
reasonable rates are furnished at all hours.
( d rooms and beds fur the tired, good
lare for the hungry, fine liquors lr the
thinty, is the rule. Give him a call, tf
Real Estate at Auction!
Lots 14 12 and 16 block 81 (being on
south side of Cross street west of Washing
ton) and lots 1 and 2 block 40, First addit
ion, (being m Poplar, corner of Tweuty
Bevcnth 6trect) will be offered forsalcat the
Court House to the highest bidder for cash
on Friday July 28, 1882 at h" o'clock, p.
m. Title perfect.
Olmstkad & Winter, Auctioneers.
M.J. How ley, Ileal Estate Agent.
CALLED TO MEET.
All members of the Young Men's Demo
cratic club of Caro are requested to meet
at old Reform hall, on Tenth street, to
morrow (Friday) night. Iiy order of the
chairman. Anjjus Leek. S?t
The members of the "Cairo Protectionist"
are hereby requested to meet at their hall
on Friday evening July 28th. Huatncis of
importance prompts the call.
Gko. J. Decker, Secretary.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad lias now on
sale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls. Rates low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wanons will run tlirouiui tlie neason
delivering ico to all parts of the city. 1
have also an ice box on Eighth nlrect ut J
Walters' and at my ollice on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share of your bus
loess is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
Geo. W. Hi'KNck.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair print's. Orders by
postal promptly attended to. No, 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any bii.siiu ss, manufac
tured and for salu at the Cairo bulletin
Sprout 'a Retail Ice Rox.
CousumciB of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in L'undilV's toru where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets w ill be punched at this stand
just the same as by drivers of wagons, tf.
Use Tug Cairo Bulletin perforated
w.rutch bonk, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for iuk or pencil. 'For
salu, in three ni,un, nt the ollice. No. 2 and
. five and ten cnU each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade.
. To Railroad Contractor.
Proposals will be received until Friday
August 18th, at 12 m., for the clearing,
gruijhlng grading and bridging
oi the Yazoo k Mississippi
Valley H. R. fmm Jackson, Missis
sippi to Yazoo City distance about 45
miies. Bpeciucations, maps, plans and pro
Dies nt the work can be seen on and after
July 20tb, at the ollice or the company's
Engineer, dpt. H. P. Farrar, at Jackson,
Mississippi. The work will be divided In
iwllkllll tlf IltlIM, Ami. .t.tl,... I . .
w .wu. u.u uiiii:i, mill contractors
may uin lorone or morn sor.tioua.
mis is very acsiruoie work, and worth
the attention of contractors. Bids should
be addressed to the undersigned at the com.
pany'a office at Jackson, Mississippi. The
right Is reserved to reject any or all bids,'
Jai. C. Clarke,
Jackson, Mississippi July 6tli 1882.
Wanted Agents to know that "Thayer
Patent Household Combination" is the best
and fastest selling article of the day.
Alexander and a few adjoining counties are
still unoccupied. For particulars address
DuPleaux & Barrett,
Lock Box 203. 5t Springfield, 111.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notkea In then coinmus, ton ennta per Una,
act) Ineortlon. Marked
Miss Lillio Phillips has gone- to
Will llalliday's corn meal mill has
shut down for a tew days.
John Thistlowood is expected homo
from Delaware to day or to morrow.
Al.Susanka has added greatly to the
appearance of his house by neatly latticing
the verandas on eich story.
John Check has sold his property at
Villa Ridge and will send his family to
CarUmdale. Ho will probably continue in
business in Cairo.
Mr. A. J. Carle was expected to return
last night, having in charge the man Lewis,
and the horse which was stolen from him
by Lewis some days ago.
Mr. ('. W. Bradley is now drinking
the lieautie of nature and spring water at
Dixon Springs, where he sud lenly took a
notion to go yesterday.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to nb olhce is closed
after seveu p. m. Visitors will always Cud
the Rtilroa 1 street entrance open. tf
A grand candidate's barbecue is to be
given at l)jg Tooth bend, in this county,
to day, and all the present and the pros
pective candidates will, of course, grace
the occasion by their presence.
Two colore ! boys, generally known as
young roughs, were arrested yesterday for
fighting somewhere on the levee. Each
was fined five dollars sn.i costs by Mg
Mr. Heury Breihan's new brick stable
on Railroad street has been commenced.
Its foundation is already about seven feet
high and work is progressing rapidly.
When finished the structure will be an
ornament to the neighborhood.
A negress named Lizzie Jones was
fined fifty dollar and costs by Magistrate
Comiugs yesterday for being a vagrant.
She preferred the city jail for fifty-one days
to a stay of execution on condition tint she
The Mount Vernou News assures us
tlnitthe location of the. internal revenue
office of this district will not be changed
during Gen. Pavey's incumbency. It will
remain in the Cairo custom hou9Q where
elegant apartments and in every way tho
best of accommodations are provided lor it.
Chief Myers made a raid for tagless
dogs' on the notorious Clark block, on Ohio
levee, yesterday afternoon. He fotiud six
mangy curs upon which the owners had not
paid ami wero unable to pay taxes, and he
sent the dogs to "kingdom come."
The new brick business house of Mr.
F.Vincent, at the corner of Railroad and
Eighth streets, is norly finished aud will
be occupied on tho first floor by Mr. Yin
cent as a lime store, and on tho second
floor by Mr. O. A. Phelps m a photograph
gallery, by tho middle of next week.
Today at 4 o'clock p. m. tho sale of
reserved seat tickets for D. F. King's ex
cursion to St. Louis will positively close.
All persons wishing to go ami not yet hav
ing obtained tickets must get them by the
hour n 'lined at Mr. James Coleman's book
store ou Commercial avenue. It
In a day or two The Bclletin's force
of compositors will bo increased and then
all matter of a political character, relating
to the districts or the state and the country
at large, will appear on tho first page and
the local page will bo devoted more exclu
sively to matters of purely local importance.
-Mr. P. Neffis having tho charred ruins
of his late brick house on Commercial av
enue overhauled, and what is of no luither
value removed and the remainder gotten
out for future use. He has not yet decided
what kind of ltucturo he will croct on the
site but that ho will rebuild In some
way is assured.
A new butcher shop has been openod
by Mr. Charles Gilbofer in tho stand former.
ly occupied by Mr. Kynaston, on Commer
cial avenue, between Twentieth and Tweu
ty llrst streets. A full supply of all sea
sonable varieties of meats will bo always
kept. Mr. John Hagey will have chargo
A the shop. tf
The llnest'tlower garden with tho most
flourishing plants of choice varieties, in
southern Illinois is now to bo seen in full
feather on Washington corner Nineth
street. It attracts a great deal of atten
tion from admirers of tho beautiful, and
yesterday caught tho eye of tho local. It
surrounds tho dwelling of Mr. Charlos Piuk.
A new cigar and one which has grown
in public lavor with remarkable rapidity,
both on account of its name aud its intrinsic
giKidqalities, is the "Guy M." cigar, manu
factured by Messrs. Itedburn & Morse, on
Eighth street. Tho cigar is of flue flavor
and composed of tho best material all
through. Try it ouce and you will iinoke
-Gun. C. W. Puvey, tho new collector
for this Internal revenue district, is an
UacleofCharleaT. Stralton, the Repub
lican nominee for state superintendent of
public Instruction. This fact, and the
further fact that Pavey made a hopeless
race for congress about two years ago just
to hold the party in his district together,
were additional influences in Tavey's tavor
in his contest for the colloctorsjiip.
The coaches for King's excursion to
St. Louis will leave St. Louis for Cairo to
night, and only such number of coaches
will bo sent as will accommodate those who
may haye bought tickets by four o'clock
this afternoon from Mr. James Coleman,
on Commercial avenue. It
A Grand Lunch free for all will be
spread this evening at the Southern Hotel
in celebration of its opening. Leo Kleb
kuows what is wanted and all are invited
to come.-test the fine liquors ho has to
offer. Eat and drink, be merry. Plenty
for all! u
Some interest, if not anxiety, is felt
amoug the friends of a certain dry goods
man w hose place of business is on Com
mercial avenue, not far from Seventh street.
It had been noticed that tho young man had
to all appearance for several days some
thing weighing upou his mind that affected
even his heart, and his prolonged absence
with the mystery that surrounds it has
crested the tear that he has passed in his
checks, as it were; that he has committed
not suicide but matriomony "Oh, the
bonds of Hymen are silken bands", &c.
The present is, thus far, the coolest
summer within the memory of the "oldest
inhabitant." Sleeping under heavy blank
ets is a new experience tor July in this lati
tude, aud there has been but little occasion
for people to hie them to the mountains or
Borthem regions fur coolness and comfort.
This is a bad year for summer resorts.
Cairo has been especially pleasant so far
this summer, the thermometer nearly al
ways raDging below what it marked in the
principal cities north of here.
Sunday afternoon Prof. Al. Goss, leader
of Harry Walker's Comique baud, will
leave for Chicago to engage three comet
players of talent to make his band here full
for the tail campaign. Even now the band
is as fine a ouo as Cairo ever had and much
the finest in Southern Illinois. The Cairo
public is indebted to Mr. Walker for hold
ing together here such excellent talent, and
to the tact of Prof. Goss and the musical
ability of the band for many an hour of
A grand affair will take place in this
city on the 12th of September, in the form
01 a conclave of the Union Grand Com
mandery of colored Knights Templar, of
Missouri and jouriBdiction. Commanderies
from all over this section of country will
be present; addresses w'ill be delivered by
prominent colored men, that of welcome
being assigned to Hon. W. T. Scott. In
teresting exercises, among which will be
installation of officers and a prize drill by
the commanderies, will take place at the
Opera House, and Profs. Al.Goss' and E l.
Lemons' cornet band and orchestra will
furnish the music.
"Tho Democratic party is to be con
gratulated on tho recent accession to its
ranks of Mr. Tug Wilson, he having taken
out naturalization papers for tho purpose of
becoming a citizen of this country". State
Journal.-Undoubtedly "Tug" heard of the
notorious Republican congressional con
vention held hero a short time ago, and, a
brave rough thuugli he is, he "simmered,"
wisely concluding that his ambition to be
come a "boss rough" could never be satis
fied where there were so many able, ener
The county assessor's books which
were submitted to the county board at its
last meeting wero thoroughly examined and
found scrupulously correct and handsomely
kept. They reflect credit upon Assessor
Miles W. Parker and his gentlemrnly Dep
uty George E. Olmsted. It appears from
them that the city lands aro assessed at a to
tal of $102,1)13; city lots, at $1,120,922; city
personal property, $340,043 total assess
ment of city property, $1,509, 877. County
lands are assessed nt $115,204; county lots,
$18,11)0; county personal property, $135,
000 total assessment of county property,
fo(10,2!i0. Thus tho grand total assess
ment of all property in both city aud coun
ty appears to be $2,130,107.
This morning we offer to the readers
of The Bulletin the name of Mr. Miles
W. Parker as an Independent candidate for
county treasurer. We do this with much
pleasure because we know that Mr. Parker
has been a faithful officer during his in
cumbency. His books will show this and
it is denied by no one. As assessor he has
been oue of the most energetic and accu
rate men tho office has ever had. This,
too, the records wilt show and is admitted
by all who aro competent to express an
opinion. Further recommendation no
voter would need, better than
this no candidate could give
We leave Mr. Parkers chances with the
voters of tho county.
An error which was not chargeablo to
The Bulletin occurred in the report of
tl:e secretary of the Democratic county con
volition yesterday moitiiug. The error oc
curred in giving tho motion made by Mr.
M. J. Howley, to the effect that the delega
tion to the judicial convention, having been
selected without knowing how many there
were to bo, should, if more than the nuin-
be Bolocted wero required, bo permitted to
solect from the alternates the required
number, and if these bhodld not fob
MUM ENODOH, TUB WHOLE DELEGATION
SHOULD SELECT ANT CITIZEN OR CITIZENS
UNTIL THE NUMBER NEEDED WAS FULL. The
last clause, in small capitals, was omitted
in the secretary's report; but we were there
when the motion was made and known that
tho above is the correct version of it.
There would not be much of a field in
this city for Barnes, tho Kentucky revival
ist, if, as would seem from a passage in a
recent sermon of his, be depends largely
upon drunkenness for his success. Ho is
reported ss saying in a rocent sermon, "A
man can confess Jesus better when ho is
drunk than when he is sober, for he can
just como and throw himself limber, like
a rag, into the arms of Jesus. Suppose a
man comes hero limber drunk and con
fesses Christ, and then goes out and puts
another quart of whisky under his belt,
and, going home, he falls of his horse and
breaks his neck, that man will go straight
to heaven as sure as God is God ; and if he
don't I would bo willing to go to hell for
him." This is Brother Iiarnes' theory.
Carbondale, Jonesboro, Anna and many
other towns where ' prohibition" is in full
forco would give him much inoro material
to work upon.
The vitality of tho Democratic party
has been the subject of comment among
politicians and political philosophers ou
both sides of the Atlantic. During tho
past twenty-two years it has been defeated
iu every presidential contest. The Repub
lican party would split into fragments with
similar defeats; and it is even doubtful
whether it would bear a single defeat and
live. And we saw full proof Wednesday
that the good old party in Cairo is still
alivo aud vigorous. The coanty conven
tion contained some antagonistic elements;
there were lively differences of opinion;
there were some excited speakers; but
there were no piofane words spoken; no
disrespectful language was used; and no
drunken men disgraced the proceedings.
When the couut was taken upon the most
important vote, it was fairly and honestly
reported; and although the result was
against the judgment and wishes of the
chairman, he promptly declared the vote as
it was reported. The convention lasted
long enough to show that the Democracy
of Alexander county are thoroughbreds,
with the best sort of bottom and with im
The failure of tho convention on
Wednesday to instruct the delegates to the
judicial convention to vote for Jno. W. Bur
ton for appellate clerk, when it waa known
that the feeling for this young man, owing
probably to his presence here and a free
circulation among the young voters of the
city, was very Btroug in the convention,
w as a surprise to many who were other
wise not much interested either way on
this particular point. Judge W. U. Green's
little speech in favor of instructing the
delegates for Mr. Burton was a concise
statement of some strong points in
Mr. Burton's favor. The judge favored
Mr. Burton because he (Burton) was a resi
dent of this congressional district; because
he was a live, eneigetic, intelligent young
Democrat, who could and would do much
toward Dum'icratic success in this district.
He favored Mr. Burton as against Mr.
Wilbanks, because, the district in which
the latter resided, being safely Democratic,
needed no special consideration and effort
from the Democratic party. Personally
Mr. Wilbanks was the peer of any one, but
politically, in this district, Mr. Burton was
preferable. The judge's points were all
well taken and his little speech bad avisi
ble effect on the house, as was evident from
tho very small majority by which the mo
tion to table the motion to instruct was car
ried. It is very probable that had the argu
ment ceased with the judge's calm, concili
atory statement of facts, the vote would
have gone tho other way by a handsome
At Helena, Ark., the small pox has
broken out within the last day or two in n
ba'form, and the authorities'are powerless
to crush it. Fifteen cases were taken to
the pest house Tuesday and more were an
ticipated every hour. The mayor issued a
proclamation, declaring that the city had
no funds with which to meet tho expense of
cariug for tho patients in the pest house;
that the physician and porsons in charge of
tho pest houso had to be discharged be
cause of the lack of money with which to
pay tliem; that trio danger was imminent,
and that citizens must contribute toward
ii . l t ..I . n 1
tne expense oi nguting tne disease or run
tho risk of being overwhelmed by it. In
view of the fact that the weather has been
much warmer and more steadily so, in
Helena than it has here, and that after all
the disease was not rooted out there, is a
complete refutation of tho argument of cit
izens here that heat cleared this city of the
disease. Here tho disease was stampodout
by energetic action ou the pari of tho au
thorities, principally Chief Myers, who gave
all his time and attention to the discovery
and managoment of such cases as from
time to timo appeared. The patients had
the best of medical treatment from Dr
Carter, who oid much gratuitous woik
Holena is certaiuly in a pitiable stato when
she must call upou thecitizonB for contrib
utions to moot the expense of caring for
fifteen sick people Cairo's financial con
dition is not of the best, owing, not to bad
management, but to the many unavoidable
misfortunes with which she-has mot; she is
rolling in wealth when compared with some
other cities. Her scrip is at par; she has
more than enough money in the treasury to
meet all urgent demands; she is daily mak
ing iuteiual public improvements; her cred
it is good ; her council is guided by wisdom
in all its deliberation t; her merchants gen
erally aro doing a fair business; new rail
roads me gravit ling to ward her every year;
her prospects exceed iu grandeur thoso of
any city in the S"U'li.
Since the deputy collector of this inter
nal revenue district, under General Pavey,
can not bo a Democrat, Tiik Bulletin is
at liberty to express its preference and that
of most of tho people irrespective of party
here, in the cases of tho Republican aspi
rants for that position, and it does not hesi
tate, to say that Mr. Win, M.
Murphy, Captain Willis' able
and gentlemanly deputy, is the person up.
on whom that preference tails. No better
reasons for Captain Murphy's retention as
deputy by Gen. Pavey can bo given than
are given iuthc following from the Bloom
ington Bulletin und which havo Tue Cairo
Bulletin's and Cairo citizens' hearty en
dorsement: "That Willis, when ho knew
that his own head was destined to fall into
the basket, asked for tho appointment of
his chief clerk, Murphy, is quite probable
and was an altogether proper thing to do.
Mr. Murphy, for tun years, ha3 been the
real head of the collo dor's office .at Cairo
while Mr. Willis resided at Metropolis and
gave as much of his personal supervision as
was consistent with his ideas of what tho
place required of him. Mr. Murphy was
always on hand, and under his watchful
. - ... . I . (T)
eye and systematic instincts, uiu owee mu
like clock work. Ho was industrious, care
ful, honest, efficient, and guarded the in
terests of the government with a scrupu-
ouaiiess that has never been suspected.
Personally, he is popular and enjoys the
respect and good will ot tire entiro commu
nity. By all tho civil service reform rules,
Mr. Murphy should have been advanced to
Mr. Willis' place. Ho stood in the direct
lineof promotion, having practically con
formed to all the rules laid down in such
eases. A9 a partisan, no was eutiuuu to
the place. He lias been a good Republican,
has been faithful in season and out of sea
son, never omitting to do good work for his
party when it was required. His services
deserved a reward. When Mr. si lis was
put out Mr. Murphy should have been put
in; and looking at tho collector's offico
purely in a business light, Murphy should
have been appointed to succeed Willis. He
had an experience of ten years iu the ofiice;
his fitness for the position has been put to
be best of all test, an 1 he bis not been
found wanting. To ignore his claires in
favor of a man who brings io the ofiice only
inexperience and ignorance of its duties,
because the latter is a henchman of a prom
inent Republican politician, is altogether
in accordance with Republican methods,
but is in direct opposition to civil service
reform rules and the best interests of the
The Massac Journal, a Republican
newspaper, the special organ ot Con
gressman Thomas, paints a true picture of
tho late Republican convention at the
Opera House in this city, iu the following
"From the minutes of the first day we
have the 'convention adjournea in great
confusion. That secretary has a gentle
way of putting things. It looked to a man
upstairs like a mob. Picture to yoursolf
one-half tho delegates on their feet shout
ing, gesticulating, shaking their fists at
each other and at the chair; the chairman
vainly calling for order and bruising (he
top of tho table with a new steel clad ham
mer; Joe itonarts roaring and screaming
like a ten-inch caliope; the galleries stamp
ing, whistling and yelling; the ladies pale
and ready to faint with dread; and you
have a sight rarely witnessed outsulo of
beer garden or a lunatic asylum."
THE DEMOCRATIC CONGRESSIONAL
CONVENTION 20th DISTRICT.
The Democratic congressional conven
tion lor the Twentieth district will be held
in the city of Cairo on Tuesday, August
15th, 1883, for the purpose of nominating
a candidate for congress. The convention
will meet at 3 p. in. in the Opera House.
Each county in tho district will be enti
tled to one delegate for every 200 votes and
ono delegate for every fraction over 100
votes cast in such county for Hancock and
English in 1880.
Uy order of tho central committee.
Wm. H. Green, Chairman.
Romeo Frihanz , Secretary.
A Vexed Clergyman.
Even the patience of Job would become
exhausted were ho a preacher and endeav
oring to interest his audience while they
wero keeping up an incessant coughing,
making it 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 Colds. Trial
bottles given away nt Hairy W. Scliuh's
drug store. (2)
To promote a vigorous growth of the
hair, use Parker's Hair Balsam. It restores
lite youthful color to gray hair, removes
dandruff, and cures itching of the scalp.
A Cong li, Cold or Sore. Throat
should bo stoppod. JNeglect froquoutl re
sults in au Incurable Lung disease or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough syrups
and balsams, but act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
ABthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Puhlic Speakers are subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction. Having been
tested by wide and constant uso for nearly
an entiro generation, they' have attained
well-merited rank among the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at 25 cents a
OLM8TEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
Indiana Asbury University.
I. College of Literature aad Aria. Two couraua
-ClaMlcal and l'hlloaoptilral.
II. Theological Coiino. Instruction by llio pres
ident and fottr profeanora.
ill. Law tourao. iiiatmctlon by three nrofoa-
IV. Military Department, tindnr rliartm ,,f I nit.l
V. PritDaratorr school, fill akilirnl anS nvnnri.
1 ultlon free. Ladles and ii'iitU.men oHmlti.,,1
Location healthy. Firet term heglna Sept. IS,
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NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIU: CITY.
GOODS SOLD VEItY CLOSE
O. O. PATlElt & CO..
Oor. Nineteenth atrot I Pnii-A Til
Commercial Avenoe' V;UUV, JI1(
HILL AND COMMISSION.
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Hkrbcst Cwh Price Paid for Wheat.
1JUIE CITY .NATIONAL RANK.
Or Oil ro. llliiioiH.
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A General Ranking business
TIIOH. V. 1IALLIDAY.
pSTKKI'RISE SAVING HANK.
Of Calto. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BANK.
TJIOS.W". II AI. I.IDA v,
C O A. L
13 Stoves 13
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No. 27 ) 8th St.
S Tiuwnro. B
Commercial Avenue and Klffhth Street,
V. 1IUOHH, I'raaldont. I N KI'K, Vice IWut
U. WELLS, Ofblor. I T. J. Ktirlti, Aw't caali
r. Bro. Cairo I William Kiniie. .Cairo
Peter NelT " JW llllam Wol?....
CM OaterloU li 1 ,l,ll,'r !
K. A. Budur " ' I wll
j. V. Clom'on, Caledonia.
A QENKUAl BANKING BU8INS88 DONE.
Eichame tola and bought. Intereit paid It
the Hevlaire Department. Collection! mad and
ail basinets promptly attended to.