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la health, and If youareuithout It you can neither
bee. burrow, buy noru l ll. hutvou can obtain , 1)
bu.ln HHIw'. Uwr Pill.. They loue up ho
iwmaeUsnd keepihe bowel lu Itood order pro
duce a bealUiy aetlon lu the liver, promote dilu
tion and Impart vIriw to tin- whole i-ynlem.
RrfK. bELUKH A CO.. Pmp'm. 1'iUxliure.b.
The moot aucccusfiil Rruve robber of the dny l
DR. MN'DLKY. Hy moiw of 111 Wood Searcher
h hi robbed the mavc of arorea who were dying
urirnU ('..ii.iiiiitiuon. llhrmattMli, .Mercurml
itlgoo, Cancerou Formation, Tumor, b'yW
r.: I.. ..,.11 v....,,, Aviih. nml (ieui riil Dcbll
ity! . The Moid I tlx life, and Ir. I.ludcev'd lllood
Marcher t. the prat life preserver. (.. Iljlub ard.
Hamndeu. Ohio, cava: "Cleveland, nby'lcla n
declared my wife dyine of connuupilou. oy ina,
dm of Dr. Lind-ey'ii llTood Searcher "',' riv
Wttrfll) health." J. X. Hmoki.. I'alueMl le. Ohio.
JaT "My aon ws. aflllcled wi.h Hcrorub, o . ho
wont form, ana prouonuceu """ :
iKey' Blood Searcher," A Tumor trow In? oil
my bead w completely cured by the ii ol Dr.
ttmdrf "lood Ncirther. St. Saner. I'l tabui-i;!; .
Bo U I'implea on the face. Suit Ithcmn. Old
s 8one, and all Cutaneous Knpllon disappear I ke
mairlc when the lllood Searcher I lined Seo thai
'onrname I on the bottom ol the wrapper, ror
lTMIlffi!c6.. Prop'r. !M..nrh. Pa.
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BRYANT, M. I).
OWICK: Eisuth and Washington Avenue.
RESIDENCE : Comer Nineteenth and Wash
ington. "yy II. MAHEAN. iM. I).,
Homeopatliic Physician iiiid Surgeon.
Office 136 Coinmorclnl avenue. itcsldenre corner
Fourteenth ht. and W'aHhington avenue. Cairo.
y-K- SMITH, M. D.'
Office ami Residence :
NO. il THIRTKJISTH' STREET, CAIIIO, ILL.
U. K. W. WHITLOCK,
Otimck-No. V!8 Cotnmcxclal Avenue, between
ElKbth and Ninth Street-
tt,, W. C. JOCELYN.
OFFICE Eighth Street, near Commercial Avenue,
ATTORN E Y8-AT-LA W .
J IN EGA R & LANSDEN,
OFFR'K-Xo. 113 Commercial Avenue.
MUTUAL AID SOCIETY.
riDOWS' AND ORPHANS'
Mutual Aid Society.
Corner of Seventh it. and Commercial Avenue.
OFFICE HOUKS:-8to 13 o'clock a.m., 1 to Band
THOMAS LEWIS. Secre.ary.
littY. TAP Li
ft. IL TIME CARD AT CAIKO.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. K.
TRAINS ARMV. TIIAIXS DRI'AHT
Mail 4:05 a.m. I Mail :1lia.m.
Ripresft S:00 p.m. Eipreaa 0:(IU p.m.
Mail 10:00 p.m. Mail ....4:4r, a.m.
CAIRO - ST. LOUIS R. 1(.
Rxprea 11:15 p.m. I Expre 10:00 a.m.
Acconi'datlon 14:53 p.m. Accoin'dallon. iM5p.ro.
CUICAQO. ST. LOUIS ANDNKW ORLEANS R.R
KxpreM ll:.'IOa.m, I Express :) :0t p.m.
Mail I0.iWp.ni. Mail 0:00 a.m.
C. A. IT. RAILROAD
Texaa exprec. .2:40a.m. ITexai expreta. :13p..
Accommodat'n . 8:30a.m.
ft KNKRAL DF.L1VER pen . :au a. in.; cloke
V B:30p.m.-, huuQty: 8 tos a. ni.
Money Order Department open at 8 a.m.; cloae
15 p. m.
Through Kxprea Mailt via IUlnoi Central and
Kiaataaippi Central Rikllrond clone at l'.!::!0 p. m.
Cairo and Poplar llluff Through and Wuy Mail
Clone at p. m.
War Mall via IUlnoi Central. Cairo and Vin
cenoea and Mi.iaippl Ceutral Uailroado clore at
Way Mail for Narrow Qange Railroad cloae at 8
Cairo and Evanivill River Route close i at B :10
p. m. daiiy (except Friday).
THE DAUjY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OFALKXANDKR COUNTY
Only Morninc Daily inSuutliern Illinoix.
"pOR ALDERMAN-FOUBTU WARD.
We are authorlied to announce L. fi. Maiihhau.
aj a eandidaie for Alderman iu the Fourth ward to
fill the vacancy occasioned by the reoiifnallon of
Aldermaa ruley. Biecuon w oe held Ulh of May
Mional Oiri'-. i
Caiao, III., April xl, IH7U. (
Tinw. Bar. Tber. Hum Wind. Vel. Weather
1-00 p. XO.U
I'M " M.11
If Maximum Temperature. TSO; Minimum Tetu
Hrst-re, M; Kalarall, 0 W Inch.
W. n. RAY
Serf 't Signal Corp, U. S.A
Yikh selection of spring Dresn guoi1, at
Mb Emm. Kettle, or Mound City, is
in Cfciro, visiting Miss Montie Metcklf.
T. Jeff Craig, ot Sandy Ridge and Eli
Bowers, of Wetaug, were in Cairo, yester
day. The Miiwes Corliiu, absent J'rem the
city, for Bome time, on a visit to Evumtvillc,
are at home again.
There wu a perfect lull in police cir
cles, yesterday. Not a tingle case before
the police courts during the day.
The pay car of the Illinois Central rail
road will arrive in the city to-day an an
nouncement that will dinplcaae no one.
There was a dance ou the steamer W.
, P. Halllday, last niKht, in which quite a
amber of our young folks participated.
Mis Green, of Mt. Vernon, daughter
f Dr. Duff Green, is in the city, v'witing
the family u,cle ,'OD- W' H- Oreen.
It U iUUd that the little steamer Kiak
has made tw thousand, three hundred trips
iMtweea Cairt and Psducah Ai this is
i-qiiivtilfiit to f.mr uml a hall trips mound
the world, the well-traveh'd litth' crnt't
might to take ft rost.
Two hundred mul tlfty-one scholurs
uite it crowd of little fellows were in nt
tfniltuu't' upon the Presbyterian Sunday
Dirk Edmuntlson, lending inerehant
mid farmer of Wuhoo, iu the rich bottom
opposite C'tipo (Jinirdeuu is in the city at
tending Probate court.
-Mr. Spiller, formerly with C. 11. Wood
ward, has engag-d iu the family grocery
business, having purchased the stock and
ll.turcs of Mr. Wilton Trigg.
Messrs. Pettis and Bird are invoicing
stock, with the intention we hear ot addinrr
a ''Co.'' to the firm name. Their's is a pop
ular house and a very prosperous one.
The stock- yard of the the Illinois
Central railroad, at this point, will bo
greatly enlarged and improved, with a view
of accommodating largely increased busi
ness. Probate Court, Hoti.II. S.Yocuni, Judge
presiding, convened in regular session, yes
terday morning. Daily reports of the pro
ceedings will appear in The Dui.i.ktin, as
.John D. Holmes arrived in Cairo, on
Sunday last, from his fur off home in the
far west. His friends in Cairo, whose name
is legion, were right glad to take him by
the hand again.
Mr. John Sproat left for Little Rock,
yesterday, on business connected with his
mining project. If current reports are well
founded Sproat has a big fortune iu his
Arkansas mineral lands.
Barton's Free Press office was partially
insured. He writes as under date of Sun
day that lie hopB to be re-established in
the course ot the coming month, in which
we hope he does not calculate amiss.
Billy Holdcu, of Unity, was iu the
city, yesterday. We hear that Billy has not
only quit "looking upon the wine when it
is red," but has ioined the Baptist church,
all of which was a very sensible thing for
Billy to do.
The branch house of Taber Brothers,
in Charleston, was involved in the tire there
last Saturday. The building was dustroyed;
but the greater portion of the stock was
saved. The amount of Messrs. T. B's loss
has not been fully ascertained.
We have iust received an invoice of
nearly one hundred dollars worth of Small
Pica for law brief work. , This doubles our
facilities for DriatiiiL' briefs and abstracts
and wc trust will do away with the night
and Sumlav work, usual alxut court term
The towns of Murphysboro, Jonesboro,
and Metropolis wore declared liquor-license
towns by the vote of Tuesday last, by very
decided majorities. The anti-license peo
ple won the day in Anna, by a small ma
jority. Mr. William HancU was called to
Keokuk, Iowa, yesterday, by a dispatch an
nouncing the serious sickness of his
daughter, Mrs. Florence Wilcox, who vis
ited that locality in the hope of regaining
her health, which was already considerably
Alf. Burnett, the renowned facial con
tortionist, held forth in Paducah, Saturday
evening, to a crowded and delighted house.
In his "specialty" as the show people call
it, Burnett hus no equal the nearest ap
proach to him was Winchell, who is now
The Tcrpsichorean Trio -an organiza
tion of rather limited membership wc infer
from its title have sent out invitations for
a ball to be given mi the Planter's House on
Thursday next. The young folks are have-
ing a good time of it, even in the pleasures
Policeman Wilson's wife's clothing
caught fire, yesterday, from the flames of a
trash heap iu the yard. Instead of run
ning for help, as most women would have
done, she busied herself at the work of
extinguishing the damns, and succeeded.
Her injuries were very slight.
Miss Frances E. Willard, president of
the Stitc W. C.T. U. informs us that Ko,
000 sijrosturcs, S0,000 of which are the sig-
tures of voters, have been obtained to the
so-called "Home Protection Petition."
The zeal and effect 'with which this lady
works is certainly worthy of all praise.
ThcBhutting down of the Egyptian mills
for repairs necessitates a slackening up of
auxilllary industries. The accumulation vf
barrels being more rapid than was desired
the force of coopers was reduced, by the sus
pension, of ten men from labor to a rest
ing spell, until operations are resumed.
Thousands of persons have their eyes
turned towards Wall street. That is where
thouiands of dollars are made, daily from
investments ranging from 50 to f M0. The
reliable brokers, Alex. Frothiiighttm Si Co.,
la Wall street, New York, send their
Finaicial Report free, which cxplulns fully.
r. W. II. Howe was not elected City
Clerk, but ho has been promoted to a posi
tion quite as lucrative, tit : to the position
of Illin is Central Yard Master. He takes
hold of matters with all the case and confi
dence of an adept. Howe it a reliable man
in any position, and the iroulal good fellow,
J. Miltjn Turner is taking a conspicu
ous part in the work ol preventing hunger
and starvation among the 8.JI00 negro
stainpeders now congregated lu Hi. hmis.
At least one fourth of this large number
arc utterly destitute; and but for the kind
otfit'eaof utideut colored wen. who appeal
to the white fr a:d-would experience
TIIK DAILY CA1K0 HUiim: lUtoUAY MOKMnu, APRIL 22. 1S70.
great suffering. Those who recover their
sensesawaken from their delusive dream,
and express a desire to return to their old
home, in the South, are furnished transpor
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
of New York, in the month of March paid
one $'.'0,000, five $10,000, six $.1,000. four
$1,000, and a number of smaller policies.
This company pays all its losses promptly
and ranks first-class for stability and fair
dealing. Its surplus on the 4 per cent basis
is larger than any other company in the
Jack Shuphard and Marshall Hodges
were engaged at .1 game of cards, Sunday
afternoon, in an orchard in the vicinity of
Cobden. An angry altercation ensued,
which terminated in a shooting scrape.
Hodges having a pistol on his person, shot
Shephard down and then fled the country.
Great excitement followed; but at last ac
counts Hodges had not beeu arrested.
Up about Twenty-sixth street, west of
Washington, there is a quarter ot a mile of
sidewalk, reaching far out into the bottoms,
going nowhere and doing no good to any
body, except to such persons as make oc
casional levies upon it for firewood. As
much of the lumber is yet sound and could
be used to good advantage elsewhere, there
are several reasons that will occur to every
body why it should bo taken up and cared
Quite a number of Fourth ward voters
seem disposed to insist upon the candidacy
of Mr. James KYnaston for the office of
alderman. George E. O'Hara, the dru.
gist, Henry Metcalf, Samuel Wilsou, and
others; but our Fourth warders are prover
bially modest. They shrink even from al-
dermanic honors, so much so that it be
comes a question not, whom shall we
choose; but who can be persuaded to
About l'J:15 o clock yesterday morn
ing, an eleven and a half pound boy made
his appearance in Frank Schaefter's home
and gave notice, in his way of doing things.
than he intended to stav there. Frank
passed around the cigars quite liberally
among the Fourth ward voters, yesterday
announcing to the beneficiaries of his lil
erality, that, twenty-one years front that
time he should expect them to support hi
son for alderman.
The remains of little Lucy Aboil.
daughter ol -lr. anil .Mrs. .joe Aueii, were
buried in Beech Grove cemetery, yesterday
evening. On Wednesday evening we made
mention of the relapse this little girl had
suffered in her attack of St. Vitus dance,
from which she was thought to be rapidly
recovering. She sank rapidly, after the
relapse, and on Saturday night she died.
It is saidthat the little creature suffered so
intensely that death came as a mercy.
Munroe Purcell, who left the Insane
Asylum, ut Anna, some months ago. and re
turned to Cairo, quite restored to reason.
was nrougiit oeiwe uic county junge, yes
terday, as utterly bereft of reason as ever.
It is alleged that his relapse is chargeable
to a I 'eating lie received at t lie (Kinds ol :t
man who didn't known him. Be that as it
may there can be no question as to his pres.
ent insanity. The jury in the oao so de
cided, and iu due time he will be returned
to the asylum. .
Parties who feel interested in the mat
ter have asked us, several times, for inform
ation respecting the result of the efforts to
raise money by subscription to rebuild Lo-
retto academy. We can only say that we
take it for granted that the committee hav
ing the matter in charge has not completed
its labors, and that the promised publica
tion of the amounts subscribed, etc, will
not be made, until the canvass is completed.
It is a work, however, in which nothing
can be gained by delay.
T.J. Jenkins, a colored carpenter v. ho
was well known among the white ns well as
the colored people of Cairo, as a well
meaning, inoffensive man. died at his home
on Fifteenth and Cedar streets, Sunday
night, of consumption. He had been a
victim of the disease for many months, and
exhausted nearly every remedy suggested.
A few days ago.howevcr, he wus compelled,
through sheer weukness totuke his bed,
and, sinking rapidly, died as above slated.
His remaius were buried yeslerday.
Mr. Mike Harrington being absent
from his home, Sunday afternoon, a man
who had been working for him entered his
room, stole eighteen dollars in cash and a
good overcoat, and then repairing to the
stable, bridled a horse, and mounting the
animal left the city. The theft was com
mitted about 3 o'clock lrl the afternoon,
and it was altout sun down befor; the loss
of the property was discovered. The thief
nor property had been heard frou yesterday
noon; but the, rascal's ultimate 'apturc is
confidently counted upon.
Scarcely a day passes that we arc not
called upon to record a murderer attempt
at murder that is chargeable diicctly to the
habit ot carrying concealed weapons. These
horrors will continue, ton, us bug as men
and hoys arc permitted to go nlrotnl with
the implements of murder about their per
sons. The man who carries skdetnn keys
or the Implements of a house hrenker is
hunted down and hustled out n' tin-community,
either by law or puLU- opinion.
The men who carry devices for playing
confidence games tire socially uMtnit'lsed;
but the man who curries W''iinn, uindu
purposely to destroy life, U received
Into our home, und meets n ujK,ro
a word of rebuke. Until there U n i i lieal
chant' of Nfutlmt'ut In t!n n . rti
"' 1 boys who cany pistols ami Bowie
knives are held us ruffians and outl .i
11 -a . ,Jy HUM
leuiod admission in respncttibln u,.,.t-.,
murders and homicides will be of dailv
occurrence, orth as well as South, as, for
many years, now, they have been.
Mrs. Bribach is said fo be sufferino-
from an enlargement of the heart a most
difficult ailment to treat, and one that may
have a fatal termination at any moment.
As the utmost quiet is essential for the
safety of the patient, the high school bell is
not rung, and the surroundings are carefully
watched with a view the prevention ot
my sudden or unusual noises. One of her
sisters a resident ot St. Louis, arrived in
Cairo, a few days ago, and is now nursing
her. Another sister -a resident of Omaha,
is expected to arrived in a few days. Mrs.
B. is an excellent woman, and much respec
ted by persons who me acquainted with
A few evenings ago, tit a colored
litirch, in Metropolis, a negro boy, lo years
old, named Dave Bradshaw. approached
i negro boy 13 years of age, named Lorenzo
Davis, and demanded the payment of a
lebt of five cents that Davis owed him for
carrying in stove wood. Davis replied:
If you'll U t nie see uncle Van, I'll get the
money and pay you." "You'll not see un
cle an to-night, was the response of
Bradshaw, who at once di'ow h nistnl
from his pocket, and shooting Davis
in tin; abdomen inflicted a wound
that proved latal in a tew hours. A youti"
lite taken for ." cents is another horror we
must charge to the diabolical practice of
carrying concealed veapons.
A jury was convened by Judge Yocum,
yesterday to puss iikiu the mental condi
tion of a colored mail named Nora St.
Roma, whose home in the the vicinity of
Hodges Park. List tall Nota passed
through a severe atttck of pneumonia. H
had not fully rciovered before his wife
sickened and died. Tins sickeness and sor
row, it is thought, vrecked his mind. He
was quite an intellgent man before his ills
bes'.'t him. and is harmless now; but un
questionably a lumtic. He is constantly
attended by ghotj, he says, and much an
noyed by the nngmg ot the Mis which, he
imagines, are fstcned to his clothing
When brought into Court, he thought it
wrong that they should hang him; but it
waiild be all ri;it if Mr. Hodges said so.
The poor fellow .:is adjudged inninc and
will be eni to tie asylum.
Quite all of our readers have been in
formed of the itter destruction of ihe city
of Szegcdtn, in Hungary, by aa extraordin
ary freshet in tie river Thciss, on the banks
of which btreau the city was located. It
was literally sw pt away. Three thousand
of its people Wire drowned or caushed by
falling buildings, while the SO.000 survivors
are fugitives; scattered hither and thither
wherever chanty offers them shelter and
food. This stiteuient. alone should stir the
hearts of our p.-ople to pity and sympathy;
but when we add that when Chicago lay in
( barred ruins, m" all the foreign countrie in
world Hungary was the first lo send sub
stantial help a id words of candoleuct
when this is known our people will, we are
sure, respond as they can to the appeal for
help that now reaches us from the ruins of
S.egedin. In this expectation a committee
of well known and responsible citizens
will wait ti)on our people, soon, ami afford
them un opportunity to respond. S.egedin
was one of the old very old cities of the
world. It waswithii her limits that Arpad,
more than a tbousuid years ago, founded
the nation, and it was under her
walls that the barbarous Turk was checked
in his effort to cnt civilization out of
Europe. To rebuild this ( ity, to provide
h.mies for the boneless and food for
the destitute the present effort is
uiade. If any of our utizens feel inclined
to give and many wil feel so the stand
ing and character of the gentlemen who
head the movement furiish all the guaran
tee that will be asked tint the money given
will be faithfully appli-d, every dollar of
it, to the object for which it is donated.
HON. K. M. YOCI M, Jl Klg, I'ltf.KIDIMI.
FIRST DAT, APIII. 3 lBT.
Charles O.Patier appointed administra
tor of the estate of Jamei Clonnu, deceased,
und warrant of appraisal issued to Ernest
B. Pettit, Ed. Powell ami Michael O'Don
nell. Report of Thomas Martain, guurdaiu
minor heir of Barton il. Martin, deceased,
Claim of Mooney, Taylor & Smith for
$4'J,li2 vs. estate of William T. Beei wait,
deceased, allowed as of 7th class.
Claim of Fisk A Feel bin for $ai,.13 vs.
estate of William T. Ilerrwarl, deceased,
allowed as of 7th class.
Monroe Puicoll and Nota Ml. Uoma, ad
judged Insane, und warrant issued commit
ting them to the Southern Illinois Hospittil
Proof of publication of notice of ad
justment made by George Fisher adminis
trator. Thomas J, Craig appointed guardian of
the minor heirs of Jsmet II, Athorfon, de
ceased. Th K dkath hate of itir country is get
ting tearfully alarming, the average of life
being lessened every yoir, without any ren
Bonable cause, the dcatfi resulting generally
from the most insignlg-nnt origin. At this
season of the year espieially, u cold is such
n common thing that ii the hurry of every
dav life we are tijit to overlook the danger j
NKW ADVKUTISF.M KNT.
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Is tliecvclamation of alfwlio examine the splendid
. STOCK OF.
the Marvelous.' Low Prices on everything
'Induction No. 1.
Men's Flannel Suits ; t 8 0
Mon's " ;;."!.' .' " ." " .' . ." ." ." .' ." ." . . 1000
Men's Middlesex Suits (warranted) o()
.Men s Neotcll t hevlot
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attending it and often find too late, that a
Fever ami Lung trouble has already set in.
Thousands loose their lives in this way
every winter, while had Boshee's German
Syrup lieen taken a cure would have result
ed, and a large billot a doctor been avoided.
For all diseases of the throat und lungs,
lioschoe's German Syrup has proven itseli
to be the greatest discovery of its kind in
medicine. Every druggist, in the country
will tell you of its wonderful effect. Over
OoO.OOO iK'ttles sold last year without a
single failure known.
Latkst style Ladies' Gloves, Tics. Shawls,
etc., at C. Hanny's
Loiiiu.Ar.D'8 Tin Tag smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourtfc, half and pound packages.
Also Lorillard's Nirkle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for side at F. Korsmeyer's at fac
Lauok stock of Men's and Boy's Hats,
at C. il.intiv's.
Tks Cents Woktii. If you wan a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for '.'"i cents, or anything else in
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Soldi k's, No. 14'.' Commer
cial iivi mie.
Lauok stock of prints, muslins, lawns
and giii'.'liams. a C. Huunv's.
Hasdxouk line of alpacas, cashmere and
ilks very (heap, at C. Hanny's.
Don't Bb Dkckivkd. Many persons say
"I haven't got the Consumption" when
asked to cure their Cough with Shiloh's
Consumption Cure. Do they not know
that Coughs had to Consumption and
a remedy that will cure Consump
tion will certainly and surely cure a
cough or uny lung or throat trouble. We
know it will cure when all others fail and
our faith in it is o positive that we will re
fund the price pid if you receive no ben
efit. Is not this i fair proposition. Price
lOcts. .'0 its. aml i.00 per bottle. For
lame. Chest, Back or side, use Shiloh's
Porous Pla-ler. Price 25 cts. For sale by
Witv will you suffer with the Dyspepsia
and liver complaint. Constipation, and gen
oral debility when you can get at our stores
Shiloh's Sytem Yitalizer which we sell on
a positive guarantee to cure you. Price
10 cts. and 73 cts. For sale by Barclay
"Hackmetack" a popular and fragrant
perfume. Sold by Barclay Brothers.
Lauok stock of chinchilla shawls, very
cheap, at ('. Hatinj's.
To Parents and Guardians!
We have just received for t'ae
SPUING AND SUMMER SEASON,
The Largest and Cheapest Stock of
Youth's boy's and Children's
That Ilk ever been in Earypt before. Our entire stock
was bought when the market was depressed, owing to thft
lateness of the season, scarcity of buyers and goods had to
be sold to make room for Fall Stock.
Ih oxtoridod to all to vi.it our establishment and
.'xmnim- our extensive assortment and PMCKS.
FAKNBAKEK, The Clothier.
I.Tt; BLOCK, CORNER SfiVXNTn 8TRK1W.
., . . . !
.ahu ,ti t onier goons w auii me Tillies,
A.MAKX, 01 Ohio Levee.
HOUSE AND tlVliGX WANTKD
Or good Mddle home, mum be dead cheap. laqiri
at Dick r'iu'a naloou, iu front ol Court 11 oom-
Iluries boarded by t!ie week at reaienahle uwa
GOOD HORSES AND BIGGIES
At prices to unit the times. Ulvc mc a call
HEPORT OK THE CONP1TIOH
CIT Y N AT ION ALMAN K
at Cairo, in th.- State ol liliuui v at the i lo? t
AIMtrl, A, 1-7M.
loa and dKcoonu . ....
U s. tx;iir to m-curu ciri ali
I', s. bond on band
Other itockn, bund- ami uiort
I)ue from npprmed reervc
amenta . . ,,e is
Hue from other national bant- 11. ix;
Due from tutu banki and
Realemate, furniture and Si
Curreut exuener and Ules
('h'Cka and oth'-r ca'.U Iteiin I.V.' bT
inn oi ouier nan'
Fractional currency, tiuclud
inj nickele) . .
Speci,i including po!d. Tre
ury ceriini:atei ..
Legal Tender note J
Redemption fund with t'. s
Treahurvr, (5 per cent, of cir
calatiouj . .
Due from I'. S Treaurer,
other than 5 per ceut. Ke
C spits! nUxk paid in
'XO.'JO - V M M
National bank uuleii outnund
Inn Dividend unpaid .
luillvldual dtpoai'- -ubject to
Due to other naliorai bnk.
Due to Male lnnk and
State of Illlnuiii, ouu'. of Alexander, ai
I. VV. UyMop, cashier of the above named bank,
do Aolrmnly wear that the atiov atatetneut In ,
to the bel ol :ny knowledge and belief.
V. llrnLop. Cinhl'-r
Subwrih'd and wo'u to before ran thin 1SU dr
of April 179. Ja. VV, Stxwari', olary I'ulilir.
U. D. WiLLumo. 1
K II Cl'NXiNOiiAM, ; Direeton
11. U CAiUk.