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JTr. BRYANT, M. D.
OPKICK: KlKhtb and Washington Avenue.
KKSlKKNt'K: Corner Nineteenth and Washington
yy II. MAHKAN. M. I)..
; Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
0c l: Commercial avenne. ltciildcuce corner
j-ouruinth Si. and W'aahiUKtou avenue, ( aire
yr H. SMITH, M. D.
Olfti ml Residence;
MJ. !il T1IIKTKKNTII STKEKT. CAIKO. IU..
E. W. WHITLOCK.
Oprni-No. 1; Commcj-rlal Avenue, between
Eighth mil Ninth Street .
. JK. W. C. JOCELYN.
(jKKICK -KlRblh Street, near Commercial Aveune .
ATTORX EYS-AT- LA V .
INKtlAK & LANSDEN,
A ttorneys-n t-1 jaw,
OFFICE - No. 1111 Couimerrial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
-yy WOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh M . and Commercial Avenue,
OrTlCE HOI RS.-Bto 12 o'clock a.m., 1 to ti and
-i U 8 p.m. ,, . u , p ,i! cM ...
(1AIRO CITY FERHY CO.
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Biprrss :(M p.m. I Ktpress 6:00 p.m.
C CAIRO A V1SCKNNKS It. Ii
Mill 10:00 p.m. Mail 4:4:. a.m.
. CAIKO 4 ST I.OI IS It. Ii.
Bxpress .. 11:15 p.m. j Kpres Kiasiam.
Acconi'datisn li: jD p.m. Ac.rom'uatiou. (M.'ip.iu.
CHICAGO. ST. LOl'ISASDNKUOKLKANS li.Ii
.11 ::!fl a.m. I Kiuress S:p.iii.
10:S0p.m. I Mail.... :: a.m.
f i KNKI'AL DKLIVKICt open . :Wl a. ui.; closes
vT It-.iWp.ni.; Snnday: H to !) a. ni.
Money Order Department open at 8 a. m.; )i-h
at ft p. m
Tliroush Kipress Mailt via lllinoiii Central and
Wisplppl Central UiiilniadH close at li.W p. in.
Cairo and Poplar Iilufl Through aud Way Mall
rloca at lsl:3U n. m.
Way Mail via Illinois Central. Cairo and Vln
eennea and Mlas.aaippi Central llullroads close ut
-4."i p. m.
V'jy Hail for Narrow (ianpe Ifalltimd closea at 8
Cairo and Kvansvllle River Itoute closes at K:.'K
p. tn. dahy (except Krtdayi.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OKFIC1A1. I'AI'KltOI' ALKXANDKK COUNTY.
Only Morn'ms: Daily In Soutlicrn llliiuiix.
r LO(!AL REPORT.
hioNAi Orri'T. I
Citao. III., April IH. 11 0. t
Time. Bar. Tner. Hum Wlud. Vel. Wratucr.
:' am:"o"l4 65 ii8 H. I I'ulr
Jl:00" '.r 74 J B.W. '1 Clear
S Otlp.m 29.97 77 W. Ul Knlr
. :41 " 7.' 4 N.W. 17 Kair
Mailmnm Temperalurti. 77: Mlulmiiui Tein
Bfiuture, 46 lialnrall, 0 00 lurU.
W. II. II AY.
Serc't Slijnal Curii. V. H. A
I'mk Beli'clintt of spring Divs ptnilt. tit
LOCAL 1XTKI.M(JKX(' K.
Pat Kelly, tlin renowned MiMsouti
duck slioottir, wan iu tlin city yesti'ivluv.
0(!0. K. O'llurii Ifft the rity last nijjht
for Murpliynlmro, whither he Iihm ,ri)ii(! on it
vibit to lelativin.
Roth of the poetical cuntriliutioiiN in
lo-ly8 paper po.vsesa a matted decree nf
merit, for ucwKpHpur portry.
Iliythorn'a Hton; win entered hy btirhirH
Friday night, hut if any thinj wan enrried
away it lias not been mimtcd.
WanUid, sewing to do in private family
by a young lady. Beat rnferencea tfiven,
addrt's M. caro of Hui.lkti.n office.
Miw Annie Simoim, for ninny yearn a
rr.Hident tf Cairo, haa moved with her
iiidthcv, from Aana, to ChnreHton, Mo.
,' Th letter, from Chicago, on our flrat
page, will he found intensely intercHtiiijj;
and, 'thniiu'li sotiiewhut lfiitt t hy. 'oncie itn.l
Mr. Fred Smith in the Financial Seere-
". tary of the Reform cluh a Misition that
impawn um him the wmirwliut Imrdcn
omcduty ofcollcctlno; tlie monthly dues
The MinHiaaippi Central train now cornea
id at 5 :liO in the uftevnnon, ami, as appeal
from a notice elsewhere, the limc-taMu of
tlie Illinois Central hua heeti chumjeil au
ixwdinKly. Tin dolintpiciit t x I'mi of Vnioti
county, wan puldiKhed in . the .liinenUiro
iluzcttc, yeaterday. Il oi ciip'nn two puuea
a) the paper, IjII', colbidciinn the early
iduto of ita publicntion, !h tpiite small.
' It lina k'cu auwesled that if the plank
ad atrcami.'rt uwd in our sidewulks woe
first imtiierttcd In coal lar, they would prove
1'vcrlaf'lnff. The ilmlicr wuhhl ccuni'li tc-
y 4lsorl) the tur, and render docay from
exMisiife, or any other known cause quite
impossible The augyestion is certainly
one in the interest of health.
It was reported on the streets, yester
day, that Alderman O'Ciillahau was quite
sick aHin. The aldeniiim had scarcely
recovered from a spell of sickness that it
was thought, for a time, would have n fatal
Clem Young, who resorts to pencil and
paper to communicate with us, declares
that he Imd no cost to pay; that the oth
er party to the altercation was guilty to the
extent of cost, and that the Squire decreed
It is needless to say, perhaps, that the
very tasty and exceedingly neat wedding
invitations, sent out to the leading families
of the city on Friday, are but an overage
specimen of Thk Rui.i.f.tin'h handicraft in
job work of that character.
Ben Thistlewood's livery stable is in
full blast, as may be seen from his adver
tisement in another column, also in the
number of fine buggies, new harness and
good horses to be seen on our streets, Ren
is enterprising and deserves patronage.
The resideiico of Charles Fanner, a
machinist, engaged we believe with Mr.
.1. R. Reed, was entered Friday night, and
a barrel of flour stolen. To move such cum
bersome "swag" without awakening the
family, has required the presence of two
men, at least.
The steamer Ste. Genevieve than which
there is no better boat running, will make
an excursion trip from Cairo to Hickman
and return Tuesday evening. Captain
Ed Gray will be on deck a fact that in
sures a safe trip and a jolly good time.
See notice elsewhere for details.
A stranger, whose name we did not
learn, reported to one of the policemen yes
terday, that while he was passing along
Sixth street, betweenv 12 and 2 o'clock yes
terday morning, he was accosted by two
men and relieved of his watch. The asso
ciations of the man discredited his story.
The residence f Isaac Smith (IV
IJrighamV old homei was en.
tered by provision-hunting rascals, Fiiday
night, aud yesterday morning Mr. Smith
found himself short a large quantity of
fresh mat and about teii'galluns or some
thing over a hundred pounds, of fresh lard
--Asesor Ahlen wants to buy ;f horse
find buggy or a good saddle horc, and
gives notice that be inut have the better
end of the bargain. As he wants the ani
ma! for use during his assessing tour, a
hore that knows where nil the corn-cribs
and hay-stacks in the county are located,
would probably b- preferred.
--Tuesday evening, April 2'.'d, at the
hour of 8:30. and the Church of the Re
deemer, of this y ty, are the time and place
fixed for the ceremonies that are to render
Mr. A. S. Robertson und Miss LucrctiH M.
Yal bridge, both ot Cairo, husband and
wife. Invitations to thi.i effect have been
out since FnMiiv evening last.
Rel'orc (lay light on the morning suc
ceeding the election some villain effected
an entrance into Dan Hartman't store and
got away with fifty dollars in cash mostly
in silver, we believe and two watches.
The indications are that Pan will not only'
lose the money anil watches; but fail of the
satisfaction of seeing the burglar punished
We direct attention to the change of
time of passenger train-, of the Illinois
Central, that takes place to-day. The ex
press leaves at U o'clock. I'. M., instead of
1 :10 v. m ., as heretofore. The mail 3:10 A.
m., instead of 7 :40 r. m. There is no change
in time of arrival excepting that the mail
comes in live minutes earlier in the morn
ing. A colored vtomaii named Emma Phil
lips, a resident of Fifth street, died Fri
day night, in destitute circumstances. One
of her triends wits mi the streets, yesterday
soliciting money wherewith to bury the
body. Calls of this character are frequent;
but our people continue to respond w ith an
alacrity that is worthy of till commenda
tion. The telegraph operator from Rird's
Point was in the city, about 11 o'clock yes
terday, and informed our reporter that just
as he was leaving tliu Charh nton operator
spoko of a most disastrous fire in Charles
ton, that had already destroyed the block
in which Mr. Sol. Roseustien's store was lo
cated, and was still raging. We could oh
tain no particulars.
- We are norry to learn, us we did yester
day, that Mr. Jack Davis, of the Dongola
flouring mills, am) a gentleman well known
to our principal businessmen, was stricken
with paralysis, a day or two since, and is
now helpless, from his waist downward. It
Is added, a rumor, that Mr.D. is a party to,
a matrimonial ngrccmcut, in which a hand
some yonnj ludy once u resident ol Cairo
is the other party.
A countryman from Kentucky was in
t In city, yesterday morning, not at all averse
to letting people know that he carried In
his pocket live twenty dollar gold pieces,
The exhibitiun of this was made among the
honest folks of the Fourth ward, where
thefts, robberies umljImrglnrlcH are compar
atively unknown, und where as a conse
quence, the spirit of covetousness was not
excited. Had he been uuillv of n like In-
discretion in certain portions of the First
ward, he would at once have enlisted the
1'rlendt.hip and kind olliccs of a !iulf-doy.cn
or more persons, who, in their anxiety for
Ids pr'pcr enteitahiini ut during his htay in
the clh, would have urged him to "lake a
THE DAILY (lAlKOlW fKTIN:
walk," that he might inspect the Wonderful
things bevond the gas house and Mississippi
levee There are interlopers in Cairo, who
are on the constant look-out for jurt such
strangers as the one in question, audit
doesn't always happen that the police is
equal to the stranger's protection.
Con O'Callahau was not re-elected
Clerk of the village of Anna, ut the recent
election. We regret this, or, rather, we re
gret the cause of the defeat. Like many
a good fellow before him, in his contest
with the wine cup, Con achieves no victo
ies. Rut for this, he could have naked of
his neigbori any public favor under their
control, aud it would have been granted,
and granted cheerfully-
Miss Annn Arnelled,the lVuiale tramp to
whom we recently alluded, conceiving that
one.Tnsephinc Howard, who happened to pass
her on the steet, was putting on too much
style, turned upon that innocent female and
gave her a furious and foul-mouthed curs
ing. Annn was taken before Judge Rird and
fined. On a promise that she would leave
the city, n short stay f execution was
grunted to enable her to do so.
The last contest for the Mayoralty be
tween Wilson and Oberly, iu 1S70, brought
out 711 votes. In the Spring of 1S71, the
blacks having been enfranchised, the votes
cast for Lansden and Winter, was
In the contest between .Lansden and Har
rell, in 1872, 1,192 votes were cast. Wood
and Winter, 1873, 1,280: Winter and Morris
in 187.), 1,473; Winter and Smith, in 1S77.
1,307; TlnsUewood ami Winter, 1,009.
A trading lioat from some point in
West Virginia was at our landing yester
day, its stock in trade consisting of articles
manufactured from a peculiar stone, (he
calls it "emery," which mineral it resemblesi
recently discovered by him at some point
in West Virginia, lie has shaped it into
the form of table tops, ink stands, paper
weights, hones, etc., which have the rcc
commedation of being odd, as well as
Friday evening, just before sunset, a
negro woman who lives on Twentieth street,
not far from Commercial, was walking
about her door yard, and feil Mat to the
ground, utterly paralyzed, in every portion
of her limbs and IkhIv. Rut for the fact
that she was breathing, site might readily
have been mistaken for a dead woman. She
was earned in dehors and put to bed. The
only name our reporter could obtain was
that of "Cretia" probably I.ncreiia.
Farnbuker, the clothier, the olde-t
man in the business, with facilities for buy
ing possessed by few other houses iu the
West, talks to our rendeis this morning, in
a double-column, and elaborately displayed
advertisement. Call on him, and he will
demonstrate his ability to do all he prom
ises. He understands the Cairo market,
knows what the people need, has the goods
on hand to supply the need, and is going to
sell them. If you would know what "bot
tom prices means" call on Farnbaker.
The man struck by engine '.), at a
point above Ullin, Friday afternoon, was
lying on tha track, drunk, lie was evi
dently a tramp tinker. The engineer saw
him across the area of the curve and con
cluded that the fellow was lying on the
fence. Hurrying around the curve the en
gineer didn't discover his mistake until he
was so close that it was impossible to check
up. The steps struck the fellow on the
head; and but for his drunken condition
tht? blow would most likely have killed
--The official canvass of the vote of last
Tuesday's election effected no chunge in
the result. Thistlewood's majority was
found to be 81 votes. Foley received A'u
votes instead of 407; Sehuckeis received
IOC instead 147; Fred Smith received 161
instead of 17,"). Hendricks majority over
Rush was 202 instead of 2o9, and J. R.
Cunningham received 121 votes instead of
IK), as was reported Wednesday morning.
The total number of votes thrown was
1,00'J or 200 more than was ever polled at
any previous election. A healthy increase;
but not a rapid one.
We call attention to the double col
umn advertisement of Mr. A. Marx in this
morning's Rcu.kti.n. During a period of
nearly fifteen yeurs Mr. Marx has been in.
the clothing business in Cairo, and not one
of ull his customers can say that he ever
held out inducements or made promises
that were not curried out to the utmost.
His business never went by "fitSMiidstarts."
His moral status is fixed, und hU intejp-ity
unquestioned. His stock is the largest and
the best, and we recommend people gener
ally to trade with uim. Don't be misled.
The peerless steamer Ste Genevieve
will make an excursion tiip to Hickman,.!
Ky., aud return, Tuesday evening, leaving
the Cairo wharf at .T p. m., landing ut Co),
uinbus und receiving on board a delegation
of lads and' lassies from that poi.it, will
leave Hickman on her return trip at l
o'clock a. m. The fare has been plueed n
an exceedingly low figure, and to know
that Capt. Kd Gray is in command and
that the courteous Raker is in the office, is
to have an absolute guarantee that all who
attend will receive most conaiilcratn und
gentlemanly attentions, und experience a
season of genuine, rational enjoyment.
--A German baker having ttccuinuluted
by hard work, u matter of thirty or forty
dollars, considered hims"lf "well heeled"
for an uproarious spree, and for an interval
of a week or more has not allowed Litiivlf
to draw a sober breath. Late a Friday
iiiylit, while he was wander hi,' tin !um. 'h
SUNDAY JIOUMng, APRIL 20. 1ST!).
th vineinity of Eighth street, someliody
met him, becumc very demonstrative in
his newly awakened affection for the man,
and while hugging him robbed liim of ten'
dollar in money. This discovery neeesm
tated more beer of euursc, and more beer
rendered him a (R subject for the calalmose
to which institution he was conveyed und
deposited for the uight. Who obtained
the money is not known.
Rartou, of the Curbondalc Free P rcss,
holding Col. W'utkius responsible for the
late Democratic judicial convention, gave
the Colonel a good natured rakiug down
through the columns of the Free Press.
The Col. called on The Rcu.kn tx yester
day, ami being informed of the destruction
of Rartou 's office by fire, replied with much
promptness: "Well, I'm sorry. In pitching
into me he probably knew that I couldn't
light all the papers; but, believing him in
capable of invoking disaster upon his own
head. I'm willing to admit that he didn't
know that the Lord was on my side."
Last season and before that it was the
habit of people who wanted the most deli
cious soda water to be had in the city, to
gravitate directly to Phil Saup'sccnfection
( i v. on Washington uveuue, near Eighth
.-treet. This year he is prepared to supply
customers more satisfactorily than ever be
fore. He has protitted by bis experience
in the manufacture of the soda and in the
preparation of his sirups, and confidently
usseits that for the best that is to be had
in Cairo, the people must continue to
patronize Phil Haup. We are not disposed
to question this, and advise ladies and gen
tlemen to give him their patronage.
Friday afternoon, while I'titferling's
barkeeper's attention was diverted from the
money drawer, some person or persons en
tered and securing possession of the covet
ed box, decamped, without attracting at
tention. The drawer contained change to
the amount of 7.oU. John Williems and
Jim Duftey, strangers in the city, were ar
rested ou suspicion. The evidence was not
sufficient to authori.e their committal; but
the fact being developed that both of them
were unconscionable vags. they were titled
.")0 and costs, each. Diirtey was given a
stay, aud will probably leave the city;
Williams was sent to the calaboose for
A colored man nam?d Josh Smith
came to Squire Coming': otlice, yesterday
afternoon, and made utlidavit to the follow
ing state of facts: That he lives on Twenty
ninth street; that on Saturday, the 12th
instant lie met Pleas Rurton. also colored,
who ilumcd him for a dollar. He told
Pleas to wait--he'd go to the Rwx factory
and get his pay. He did so, and returning
found Pleas standing in his, Jo-h's, own
door. A few words pawd und Pleas dared
Josh to come into his own house, (lather
ing up an arm-load of wood,
he went in. As lie was in the
act of passing in th" door Pleas stab
bed him in the back, and then plunged his
knife into his breast, inflicting a wound
that confined him to his bed a week. The
assault was unprovoked, mid he thinks
Pleus intended to kill him. A warrant was
issued for the offender's arrest; and for the
greater smmty of life among us we do
hope that such an example will be made of
this man and of all others guilty of like
crimes, as will assure him and them that
the law of Illinois for the punishment ot
crime, is not a morkerv and a delusion.
Lakok assortment of Cassinifie Jeans
and Cotionadcs. very cheup, ut
Tiik Rki.ta Kick Company' sociable
and dance will lake place Tuesday evening
April 22nd. Tickets ISO cents. A general
invitation is extended and a plea-nnt even
ing's entertainment is anticipated.
Lahoh and well selected stock of carpi N,
matting, oil cloth aud rugs, at C. Hanny's,
Fok FtusT Class) day board for $18.00
per month, go to the Planters House.
Cooi.f.y'h Patent Cork t'ursct, with every
one ui' which a new sheet of music is pre
sented. For sale at C. Hanny's.
FVr tin- Culro Bulletin.
ar iaut r remit
llarjorle'11 tory Is nollin!( now ;
Khe loved unwisely na wivneu du.
A woiueu will; and called it fute,
Poor iiear'.! ao brokeu and d.'tolutf.'
Over Iter bead with Iticrowa "f KoM.
Meanof sorrow have aurjjed and rolled,
(irief, like a m untie, wrap br ri'ioat.
Shadow wlthlu and oliaduw wllUuut. '
Lut'ldess the nltur wao comes In woo.
Never a word will -lie listen to;
Never a pulno of lier h.virl w ill "Cir,
Tbert) Is only one lutlie world fur bur
Kair was llie fine w'th ml!,; run o'er.
It Is pale to iliiv, aud ao mullr no Mime.
Nor breeze, uor llst hath power tn Hiike
A ripple u,)oa a frozen lake
Alas, for tho bead with I In ctowu ol M:
The tempter tame a be (time til' old :
Alan, for the heart that win uluj and light '
Alas, for the aoul that win pure aud white!
Cenaurp who may - condemn ho mutt;
It was perfect faith It wi utter truat.
That asked uor promise, unr pit dtp', nor alcn,
Ho waa hem -he wan hit-by a law dttinn
Il waa lifted up - he m a't apart,
HO filled her tuoutit lie lUled her lo-irt,
She called him great ulig believed him trne,
At women v.111, aa wotneu do
Ob, to helra) ui h a tender lrut
((lod will repay, and lie la Jtit.)
Through wrutix and III file !ove hint till,
Aa women do. women will
(llvlii't Utile, mill tuning tii vh,
Kiokle and lulsi1 -1 tt are m:tu Midi,
H.'lrt"!! tt'i l era-l -m kmiw the r,..t
Jle bfj' lie !: 'ari Ilia' Iwd h. a V-c '
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the exclamation of all who examine the splendid
8 PR I. NO CLOTHING!
the Marvclously Low Trices on everything
UeducHoii ISTo. 1.
Men's Flannel suits $ 8 St)
Metis " "
Men' Middlesex Suits i warranted)
MftriV Scotch Cheviot
And ull other goods
Latkst style Ladies' Gloves, Ties. Shawls,
etc.. at C. Hanny's
Louti.i.AKij's Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's N'ckle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsnuycr's at fac
Laikik stock of Mi it's and Roy's Hats,
at C. Hannv's.
Tks Cf.M.s WnKTii. If you w ant a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2i cents, or anything else in
the tnnsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Couimci
Iauok stock of prints, lou-lins, lawns
and ginghams, at C. Hanny's.
"OH! WHAT A HAT!"
Put it aside then, and call on Marx.
the widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish Rroadway Silk Hats.
1- ... . , . . , - ,t . . ,
iiiatr..iucic.reu 10 oruer. lie is uie oniy
man in the city who is supplied with a j
cotiforniitnr. He can take your measure, !
and in short order supply you with u nicely I
tittimr. stylish hat, at a figure so low that it '
will surprise you.
Hamisomk linr of alpacas, cashmere and
silks very cheap, at C. Hanny's.
Caui. Pktchs desires cveryUly to know
1 and therefore bus recourse to Tin: Rci.i.k
Ti.Mthat he is now supplying the Cairo
market with poultry fattcm d in his henery.
and that evcryliody may be served be has
provided a delivery wagon that will make
daily rounds of the city. He sells eggs un
questionably fresh, and the fattest, choicest
hens, dressed ijr undressed, ever sold iu
the Cairo market, and :il! at the ruling
A I'.KAt riKi i. line of 1 1 li.-s'. misses' and
children's hosiery, better than ever before,
at C. Hanny's.
Ki.wis.NT line of brocade. ribUiris, lattst
style, at ('. Hanny's.
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSl MFRS.
M. E. McCamtnon, of Metropolis, has
just opened a lirst -class butcher shop at the
coriier (if Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. J.
Pork, OI4 cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausage,
three pounds for 2o cents. All are invited
to call and give him atrial. Aleut delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I.MPih sdK'k of chinchilla
cheap, at C. Hanny's.
To Parents and (luardians!
We have just received for the
S1MLG ANI) STMiMEIi SEASON,
The Largest and ( heapest Stin k of
Youth's hov's and Children's
( ! jOTI 1. 1 N(J
Tlnit li:i ever Ih'.cii in Kr.vit lietbre, Our entire sttx-k
was houu'li! when the market was depressed, owin to the
lateness of the season, scarcity of buyers and goods hud to
he sold to make room lor Fall Stock.
j w INTER'S !'.I,(.('1. CORNER SEVENTH
to Suit the Times.
A.MAllX, (Jl Ohio
IIOHSK ANI) BUliGY WANTED
Or Kooif aaddle home, muat 60 dead cheap, luoair'
al Kick Kitr a aaloon, In front of Court ll one
Y. "thistle wood;
llornes hoarded bv Ihe work al norj, tie rte
GOOD HORSES AND BIGGIES
Al prices to nail the tine-v love me a c::
ItKI'OItT OK THE CONDITION
(MTV NATIONAL HANK
t I aim. in the Stale ol ;;ium. ii tor , lo of
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I ouna atf di outil
U.S. Initio tu M-furr tirru'v
I'. S. Iinncl" un hand
Other utoi k. Iiund uQd inert
Due from approved roK-ne
aent f s, -ii
r, in ;
oueirom omer national tii;us
Due from Mute Unk- a:id
Ileal rtnte. furniture and Ut
L.I.VilJ 104.T! v
Current ripi-tiM-n and tae
I heik and other cnh Hem $ I pi.' iir
Hills of ether Hankn Is'CIl 00
Krartlonal rurrenev. (lin lud
1 M 11
ItC mrkelai . .
ury e. rtifkmen
I.etral Tender note . .
K'demptiou fund with I' s
Treasurer, t." per rent, of tlr
Due from I . S Tri,r,un-r
other t ll M II j per rent. l!c
.-. sr. ,n
t uilivlded I'roll'.-
t pom) 'V
y.in 1 ;
National liauk 11,1!
Dividends unpaol . . . j
Individual deposits -1 ( j -, 1 to
check iWs.OVl II
Due tu other national nnk. Masii;
Due to Mnte l.snks and
bankers. . iJSilil .n.W'V;'!
Tor At $y.w w
State ol' Illinois, 11. untv of Alriamler, s.
1, Vi. llvlop, cashier of the a hove named bank,
do olenuily sweur Unit the stun.- statement Is true
to the l t of my kno edj: and belief.
W. II isms. Cashier.
Suhseriheil and snorn to be lure me Hi!, lsth i1s
of April lSts. .Ias. W. SrawART. Notary I'uhlir
t oitiiKci- - Attest : ,
(I. I). Wll I.IAHSO. j
It. ll.Ci smsuIiam. Direitora.
II. ll.rAsi.ai. I
to all t vi.-U our establishment, and
extensive assortment, und 1 WICKS.