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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 0, 1880.
ALL ADVERTISEMENTS In thin column, of
tvtltiiuwirh orltwwwill be publiidu'd lorffl
tenia iron insertion; 8 limes. 50 routu; 1 wi'-k, li;
aooth, l.St); S month without uhimya, $1 HO pot;
laatb. Kick additional llnu, promt. Biniauuin
Famiihed room with Imard for eiil1euiua and
rift or two ladii-n. biiqulroat tula onlce.
hCHOOL ELECTION NOTICE.
Notke l hert'hr (rl vi-n that an election will lie
bnM on Saturday, April lmh, t the Arab i-inoue
trniwe lorTownlilp IT South, Kni!'l Went, Al
hnam or Ihn liiirlMimt of t ITUU2 uiw i-iu-ii
Ma.aer county. JOIlN II. LANHDEN,
fin lp tun uWamil I n rlllf hid rOom, 00 tCCOUd
nor, with or without hoard. Iiiciilri- corner of
Washington Avi-niu-and rwi-utletu otrt'oi, opposite
f II. MAEEAN, M. I).,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
CAea H1 C, amerclal avenn. Ki-aidcnce cornor
i'oartctfDth St. and Washington avenue, Cairo,
Tt. E. W. WHITLOCK,
Owe No. IV. Commercial
BlghtU and Ninth Street
R. W. C. JOCELYN,
OKFICK-Eightk Street, near C'omtnerria! Avenue.
NOTARY IT BLIC.
Notary Public ami Conveyancer.
OFFICE: With the Widow' and Oorpnana' Mn.
eal Aid Society.
PROPRIETOR OF SPROAT'S PATENT
Wholesale Dealer in Ice.
ICE BY THE CAR LOAD OR TON, WELL
PACKED FOR SHIPPING.
Oar Loads a Specialty.
Cor. Twelfth Street and Levee,
"JOCUM & BRODERICK.
I Valors in -
-STAPLE am) FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO, - - ILLS.
rjlD.E CITY NATIONAL BANK
W. P. 1IALLIDAT, President.
H. L. HALLIDAY. Vl i-i-resldi-nt.
1 HOS. W. UALLIOAY. Cashier.
. TAXT T.YUHl. W. V. KAU.tl'AV.
MBSKr t. HAI LlInr, R. l. (M'NKIMOHAM,
. (I. WILLIAMSON. -TtSi-HkS BIK1I,
U. U. CAM).
Eicuansre, Coin and United States Bonds
BOl.'oHT AND SOLD.
I)op.isltr-feiv-ri and a liberal liankiiju t.uwl 71
.ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Mauulacturerof atnl Dealer In Also
TIN, COPPER &. SHEET-IRON WARE
HTi.i. Ki.su or job work bone to (ir.nr.iijj
XO. f,, EltJIITII M'RKET.
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TIIE DAILY BULLETIN,
Only Morninjr Daily in Southern Illinois
ENTI'.ltEO AT Till! POST OKKICE IN CAIRO, IL
LlSOIS, A9 8KCONDCLAS MATTKU.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALEXANDER COUNTY
Cairo, III.. April 8, IKSO
Uur. Ther. Hum. W'lud. Vel Weather,
ft am 00.4:1
7 ' au.lt
10 " :H41
Maximum Temporal ore. M a ; Minimum Tew
pcrnture, 41 ; Hainfall 0 (0 India.
Klver 84 feet 1 luchu. Mae J inohi-a.
W. II. RAY,
Serif't Slinial Come, L S. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
NEW YORK STORE,
agents for Bryon Drown & Co.'s custom
shoes. Every pair warranted. Rest shoes
iu the world.
The "Active" cooking stove, tlie beet
ever brouiit to this market. Cull ami nee
it, tit Davidson's.
Jacob Kline desires the public to know
tliat lie lias perfected his machinery for the
manufacture of stone in blocks, and is now
ready to receive orders for sidewalk slabs,
foundation stone, building corners, window
sills, caps, etc. Orders will receive prompt
attention, and be filled without delay.
Caiuo, Ills., March 2 1850.
Public notice is hereby given to deposi
tors and all others that, on and after May
1st, 1880, the rate of interest allowed and
aid by the Enterprise Savings Bank will
be four (4 ) per cent, per annum, on all de-
loits. under the rules ami regulations of
said bank, until further notice.
By order of the Board of Directors.
Tuos. W. IIaixiiuy,
Secretary and Treasurer.
NEW YORK STORE.
heapest place in the city to buy your dry
floods. Call and obtain price. Don't be
leceived, but walk a few blocks and save
Aent for Heiluian's best plow made.
warranted, and money refunded if not the
best. . New York Stock.
Ooods jobbed at St. Lotiis prices by C. 0.
Patier, & Co. Our Magnolia coffee,
we guarantee better than any other in the
market. Try it.
FOR SALE CHEAP,
the following machinery, all in first-class
order: One boiler nearly new. 40 inches
liaineter, 24 feet long, with smoke stack;
one engine 10 inch bore, 24 inch stroke,
with heater, force and lifting pump: one
Daniel's planer; one 12 inch planer; four rip
W5 and frames complete; one cut off aw;
three shaping machines; one routing ma-
hine for bed posts and rails: one self-feed
hit tenanting machine, one borintr 111a-
hinejonc power mortising machine; two
turning lathes; three Hurry wheels.mounted
on shafts and frames; sixty feet of 2 iueli
ine shafting with pulleys. Fur price en
quire; at Furniture Factory.
Wii.i.iam Ek iiiiokk.
The "Active" cooking stove, the bet
ever brought to this market. Call and see
it, at Davidson's.
Mr. (1ms. Shoenmeyir, projnkti roi'tlie
iermania house, situated at the junction
Poplar and Tenth streets and Wash-
intgou nvemte, is prepared to
accommodate a few more day
Ixiurders at reasonable rates. The
table is first clus, containing always the
bit the season afford-., ami the general hc
cjiniiioi;itioiis afforded are not surpassed
by any private boarding house in th - cite.
Witu. 1; filth is a great disease breeder, let
it accumulate where it may. it becomes espe
cially dangerous when diffused through
our drinking water. Citizuis appreciating
this fact should tuit fail, on the subsidence
of the sipe-water to at once call upon .J. S.
Hawkins to look after their cisterns. Such
work is a specialty with him, ami he per
forms it chei'ply. quickly and thoroughly.
Foit Sale -For cash. 11 new two-hun-ilie
l dollar Mendelssohn piat.o, for 12."!,
and the fi eight from factory. Apply at
KM : K'E! I'URK LAKE ICE!
F. M. Ward will enter tho Held ngain
this season, with his ice wagons, and will
be prepared, as formerly, to fiirnih pure
lake ice. in any part of the city, every day,
iu any quantity desired. The fact that he
will give the business his personal super
visii n, furnishes a guarantee that his pat
rons will lie promptly, faithfully and satis
HEADQUARTERS IN FLOUR.
Halliday Bios'., celebrated brands:
Sylph, Daisy, P. ('. and Cleopatra, always
in stock and al mill prices, ONE POUND
01! BARREL. EVERY POUNlf (iUAIl
AJN1 KM), Ue will give you for less
iin ney, a better barrel of flour tliun you
can get elsewhi te iu the city.
Yocx'M &. Bnouuui ii.
10 pounds choice- white sugar $1 00
10,' pounds extra C. sugar 1 00
11 pounds best N. 0. sugar 1 00
12 pounds prime N.O. sugar 1 00
H pounds best Rio coffee 1 00
0 pounds prima Rio coffee 1 00
7 pounds fair Rio coffee 1 00
H pounds pio peaches, per can 12
2 pounds full peaches, per can 15
!) pounds lull peaches, per can 20
2 pounds tomatoes, per can 10
H pounds tomatoes, per can 15
Best hams 10
Choice potatoes, per bu 50
Best soda crackers 4 lbs. for 2
Best soda per lb 4 'j
Matches. 200 box. 3 boxes for 10
Starch, per pkg 4 !a'
Best Kirk's O. Soap. 4 bars 25
1 lb. bar soao 05
Magnolia best roasted coffee, 2 lb.
packages for 45
P. & W. flour, best in the city, guar
anteed 8 50
Corn Flour, per lb. 21'
Blacking, 3 boxes for 10
Ruston best butter per pound 32, 'J
Ftiirbauk lard 3 pounds for 25
Parties wishing to buy goods cheap will con
suit their interest by calling on New York
Store oldest house in Southern Illinois and
largest stock of goods, full line of seed po
tatoes, onion setts,' garden and field seeds
Buy your goods, now. They are sold at the
lowest prices. New Y'oiik Stork.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
W. R. Brown, Esq., of Metropolis, was
still in the city, yesterday.
Mr. C. A. Beck, superintendent I. C.
R. It., was seen on our streets, yesterday.
C. D. Bradley, of Canui, and A. C.
Brown, of Evansville, registered at the
-Mr. J. G. Reeves and H. B. Wcldon. of
Centralia. were among the visitors from
abroad in Cairo yesterday.
Among the complaints to be deter
mined to-day, is one entered by a general
against a special night watchman.
The feat over which our citizens re
joice most heartily, just now, is the two
"feet" decline in tile sipe-water.
('apt. W. P. Halliday is again at home.
lis sojourn at the Hot Springs has worked
quite an improvement in his personal ap
-"A Remembered Horror," to which we
surrender our editorial page, will abundant
ly repay perusal. The "story" is founded ou
John P. Broderick offers the best flour
to be found in Cairo, fur the least amount
of money. See his business local, and
take his own testimony.
Constable Woolen arrested J. Byron
and Charles Brooks, yesterday, for fighting.
hey were fined by Squire Osborii, . and
Lost, on Wednesday alteruoon, a gnld
and jet star-shaped ear-ring. The tinder
,'ill be suitably rewarded by leaving it at
the office of the Cairo City Mills.
It may be well to suggest to those
hoin it may concern, to nit torget to re
member that an interesting meeting of the
teform cluli will be held this evening.
-There was a cutting scrape in the
lower part of the city yesterday. No se-
rious result ensued, but the intent justified
holding over of the offender to answer
the circuit court.
-According to the "official" signs, Alex
ander county's first choicu fur president is
Tild-'ii and Grant, but for a good cigar the
votes is by a large m ajority for th "Fault-
ess," sold for live cents, by F. K usmeyer,
Ohio Levee, corner Sixth street,
Tie-burglars who entered the dwell
ing home on Eighteenth street, night be
fore last, and carried away three overcoats,
a set of table knives, coffee cups, etc., have
not, as yet. been arrested. It is believed,
however, that the officers are on the right
The D'-llu semi-annual ball, last night,
wai well attended: the hall was filled with
rcper-table people, and "joy unconfjiied"
washe order of the evening. It may not
be generally known, but it is fact never
theless, that the most enjoyable re-unions
o the city, are engineered by the Delias.
--Mr. Power, of. Jefferson county, Texas,
was in Cairo yesterday, taking in the sights
under the escort of Thomas Lewis, Esq.
Mr. Powers has been operating, as time
served, quite effectively in the interest of
the Widows' and Orphan-' Mutual Aid So
ciety, of which Mr. Lewis U secrctaiy.
-When an editor insists, as wc did yes
terday, upon incorporating into his article
tie- word "iudefea-iblc," and when, in spite
of all his efforts, the comp. substitutes the
word "iudefensable," the right of the editor
to swear, is uot indefensible, but indefeasi
ble. We exercised the right.
The ownership of Barton's Curbondule
Free Press is still a subject of litigation.
Barton lots appealed from the decision of
the "court below," which was against him,
to the appellate court. Several mouths
may elapse before a decision is renehmj in
the appellate court.
-Mr. Charles Sivalls, the general con
tracting ngent of Cole's shows, was in
Cairo, yesterday, and is still in tin- city,
making arrangements for-the coming of
Mr. C's combination on the 1st of May.
The reputation of Cole' circus, alone, will
insure a gathering in Cairo, on the 1st of
M iy, of not less than 5MKi people.
General Smith's impressions of Cairo
are favorable, nnd Cairo's impressions of
General Smith ro "ditto," savo in the es
sential particular of politics. 'His political
partialities, while hero, drove him to an as
sociation with Republicans. Hit natural
and most congenial associates, however,
The remains of Otto Kratky, youngest
child of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kratky, will
be conveyed to Villa Ridgo by special
train, that will leave the foot of Fourteenth
street, at 3 o'clock this atternoou. Services
at St. Joseph's church at 2 o'clock. The
friends of the filmily are invited to attend
as well the services as the rites of burial.
The marine ways, at Mound City, tire
full handed with business. Copt. Hamble
ton, who was iu the city, yesterday, inform
ed us that although he is working a full
force, jotis accumulate 011 his hands about
as fast as he can dispose of them. It af
fords us pleasure to record this fact, as we
know that if there is an honest, conscien
tious or liberal boat-builder in the west,
Capt. Hambleton is the man.
The concert, by Miss llarrell's piano
class, will be given this evening, in the
parlors of Sir. and Mrs. Wood Rittenhotise.
A number of the most accomplished
pianists of the city belong to the
class, and as several lady vo
calists of rare culture will
participate, parties who attend may rea
sonably expect u feast of "dulcet strains"
of a high order.
-For many years it has ln-en known
that Francis Kline is one of the most relia
ble aud obliging butchers of Cairo; hut it
remains lor The Bulletin to announce
that he has made arrangements for supply
ing his customers, on or immediately after
the 1st of May next, with the best of every
kind of sausages sold in the Cairo market.
Kiine means business, in this, and invites
,'cncral patronage. Bear this in mind
Prof. Floyd will deliver himself before
the Temperance Reform club this evening.
Mr. Floyd, although a stranger in Southern
Illinois, and an unassuming gentleman is a
man of ability, and will doubtless furnish
indications of that fact this evcning.IIaving
said this much, we need scarcelr add that
Mr. Floyd is an old newspaper man. As a
further fact of some consequence, we may
remark that the new officers of the associa
tion will be installed this evening.
Of the melodrama to be presented on
the boards of the Atheneum to-morrow even
ing, by the Milton Nobles comedy com
pany, the Pittsburg Post, of .t recent date,
speaks as follow : " The Phienix' contains.
tmong other new situations, the best hit at
Bohemianisin ever produced iiimui the
American stage. The play i the best of
its kind. It is American in the same sense
that the '(iilded Age' and 'Mighty Dollar'
ore American. The coloring is purely lo
cal; but this is precisely the reason that
such as demand American plays, ami pro
fess to be weary of French situations and
the doubtful words of French plays, should
encourage this an i similar efforts."
The absence of Charley Schmidt, the
successor of George Braddish, no longer
excites apprehensions. The arrival of n
box of goods to his address, yesterday, in
dicates that Charley is abroad effecting his
spring purchtws. It is regarded as rather
strange, however, that lie should leave the
city for several weeks absence, shutting up
his shop the while, without even intimating
such a purpose to any one of his patrons or
even to his nearest neighbors. He is ex
pected to return and resume his business in
a day or two at farthest. P. S.- Late iu
the evening a letter was received from Mr.
S., in which he declared a purpose to re
main abroad. His goods here will be
boxed and forwarded to him.
When we spoRe, yesterday, of the
transfer of f 1025 worth of E. F. Davis'
property to the control of M. J. Howlcy
who was appointed receiver, etc., we spoke
from the standpoint of the French philoso
pher who declared that "nothing is real;"
and in accordance with that philosophy
that teaches that "it is precisely the same
thing, whither a man accumulates property
or. represses his desire for its accumulation."
At all events, we intended to convey the
idea that, had there been any tangible ex
istence to the 1025, Mr. Howlcy would
have been the receiver thereof, to hold or
dispose of it fur the benefit of Mr. Davis'
creditors. This, and nothing more.
Whether it will do for Mr.H. to say, in pur
suance of French philosophy, that he now
holds 1 1025 for distribution among the
Davis creditors, is another matter.
The labor imposed upon the editor of
u newspaper who, in the kindness of his
heart, corrects the manuscript of lawyers,
preachers and non-prol'cssloual contributors,
that he may make the matter persenl.ible,
ami resctiithe writers from harsh criticism,
is enormous. We frequently receive ten
or a dozen fool's cap pages of manuscript
from "writers of recognized ability," or
men who pins through the world us "devil
ish shrewd fellows," nnd yet, the whole
ten or dozen pages will prove guiltless ol
a "full stop" or a single capital letter. "This
makes us say what we Do say," that
but for the kind ollices of the
editor, many writers for the press, who are
recognized as "literary chained ligthtning
let loose," would never ask the publication
of i -second effusion. And, be il under
stood, that, of all the people of Cairo w ho
write for live papers, not moro than four or
five, so wrify their MSH. us to relieve the
editor of the labor of correcting.
The Plurnix yeast powders, inanufac
tured by Geo. E. O'Hara, are on the1
"boom." The common testimony Is. that a
better article was never put upon the Cairo
market. Prool in point is this, that the
demand lor the powders has so increased
that Mr. O'U. will be compelled, soon, to
abandon his hand appliances, ' (that havo a
capacity of 400 pounds per day) and sccuro
nuns and screens that will enable him to
treble or quadruple that quantity. No
yeast powders yet compounded, equal them
in point of purity, and, being cheaper than
any other, because of the excellence of the
ingredients, and the fact that full sixteen
ounces to the pound are given, it may bo
reasonably expected that the Phu-nix will
soon become the yeast powders in this
portion of Uncle Sam's domain. Try them
and be convinced.
It is a "sorry resort," but Walt now
says that "the coroner assured him it was
not a gold, but a sii.vkk watch that was
found upon the body of Mr. Dyer." We
dislike to displace the last pebble upon
which Walt stands, in this matter; but the
interests of truth demand that we do so.
We met the coroner, lust night, and, m the
presence tf Pat Fitzgerald, Captains Ham-bit-ton
and Johnson, and Engineer Thrupp,
ho usscrvatcd, very energetically, that he
"never told Walt any thing of the kind!"
This being true,- of course it cannot be ex
pected that Tiik Bli.i.ktin will pursue
the matter any further. It is now reduced
to a question of veracity between Wult and
the coroner of Alexander county, and it
would be unfair for us to interfere, iu be
half of either party.
We give notice, elsewhere, of tlioburial
of the remains of littl-f Otto Kratky, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kratky. Wednesday
morning this little boy was in perfect
health. He took a ride with his father,
played on the margin oi the sipe-water
and was full of life during the whole day.
He ate a hearty supper, Wednesday
evening, and retired as usual. During the
night his groaning ai rested the attention of
his parents. They at once discovered that
he Wis suffering from u high fever, nnd
complained of irritation of the lungs,
stomach and bowek A physician was
called, who decided that the cuse was be
yond the reach of Ids skill; that the child
was suffering from an "in-driven" case of
scarlet fever. The quoted adjective is of
our own coinage. Evers remedy known in
the prueticc in such cases was employed to
no effect, and in a few hours the little bov
died. Two or three cases of
scat-1-t fever are known to
exist 111 the same neighborhood, but they
are thought to be under the control of the
attending phy iciaus. .
A number of our Southern Illiuoisex
changes are assailing the personal integrity
of Judge Mulkey. Conspicuous among
these papeis are the Harnsburg Chronicle
and the Vienna or Metropolis Times. The
assaults consist in words of reproof for the
judge's alleged niggardliness during Mid
since the campaign that resulted in his
election to the supreme bench. We do
not feel called upon to enter into a detence
of the judge's conduct, iu his behalf, but
we are impelled, by our sense of justice, to
say that, at the time he entered the can-;
vas, he was. bceaii.se of long-continued ill
health, a poor nun; and that under Kuch
circumstances he came out of
the contest (which was a protracted
onei in debt, reflects, in itself, no
discredit 11 ion him neither does tin
fact that, since his election, he has
failed to cancel all the obligations he then
incurred. We doiiotchoo.se ton-produce
the unfriendly allusions to the judge, only
in this, that we hope and believe that Un
charge preferred by McVickers A' Co., of
the Vienna and Metropolis Times, that he
repudiated a charge of .f 7.0(1 for an an
nouncement and 2.000 election tickets re
fusing payment because the charge was c
horhitunt we hope ami believe, we repeat,
that this accusation admits of tin explana
tion that will relieve the judge of the
meanness the charge imputes to him.
CALL UPON 1KN. T. W. HALLIDAY.
To tlm 1 1 - 1 1 . Tim-. W lliilliiliiy, Alderman or the
Filth wuril. ! iiy of Cuiru:
Dear Sir : The undersigned, your fellow-citizens,
appreciating the zeal ami abil
ity with which you have served your ward,
and the city at large, as a member of the
city council, we most respectfully urge and
insist, that you W a candidate for re-election
to the same position at the coming (-in
flection. Assuring vou of our most cor
dial support, we are,
Very respcetltilly yours, etc.,
J. S. Mcdahey, Frank Spencer,
('has. Lancaster, E. W. (been,
P. II. Corcoran, Nic Williams,
T. (I. Wilson. John Tvler.
fieo. Van Brocklin, Patrick Mahoucv,
A. II. Steele, ami many others.
From the N. H. Ilnmenteail. Sprlii"llelU, .Miim,.
Feh. II, 1HSO.
As a sample of the prompt manner in
which the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety pays its losses, the fact is noted that
their special representative, Mr. J. F. Fer
ris, arrived in this city Wednesday after
noon, culh'd upon Mrs. B. P. Howe, who
held a policy of $10,000 upon the life of
her late husband, secured the necessary
claim receipt, telegraphed to the society in
New York, and at 0 o'clock the next morn
ing presented her their cheek lor $11,447.
15. Of this Hiim, over $1,300 was the ac
cumulated dividend upon the policy. The
prompt 'manner In which this society pays
all its losses, and the fact that Iho hist year
was closed without a single contested claim,
' ' (
fully entitles it to the strongest coufldeuco
of the insuring community.
U. 8. GRANT IN CAIRO.
A CALL THAT EXPLAINS ITSELF.
Cairo, April 7, 1880.
The public is respectfully requested to
be present at and tako part in a meeting of
the prominent citizens of Cairo, irrespec
tive of party tifllliations, to be held at the
city council chamber on Friday evening at
8 o'clock, for the purpose of considering
the matter of extending an invitation to
General U. S. Grant to visit our city, nr.
ranging for his reception and un excursion
to the battleground at Belmont, Mo.
N. B. Thistlewood,
W. P. Halliday,
T. W. Halliday,
S- P. Wht-elei,
W. M. Williams,
S. S. Taylor,
C. Guligher, '
11. II. Caudee,
R. W. Miller,
S. B. Penn.
W. P. Wright.
Jifst received, and now on exhibition at the
new crockery store of Daniel Ilartman,
corner Commercial avenue and Ninth
street, a large assortment of new and ele
gant styles of baby carriages.
A WONDERFUL CURATIVE AGENT.
THE MEDICAL VIRTl KS OK TIIK CKI.EI'.KATED
HOT Sl'UINOS OK ARKANSAS, WITH ELEC
TRICITY, -NOW AT VOI R OWX IHIOlf AT
I am now fully prepared to furnish the
celebrated Electro Vapor Baths at my office
on Commercial avenue, over Black's shoe
store. These baths equalize the circula
tion, warm the extremities, invigorate
the tired brain, quiet nervous irritability,
promote digestion, increase general vital
ity and cure acute and chronic diseases
is unquestionably the best bath in the world
for general cleanliness as well as a curative
agent. It combines the virtues of heat.
electricity and aqueous or medicated vapor.
lhe baths are patronized by the best class
of society. Those who are healthy take
them to keep well; the invalid to get well;
and all are greaUy benefitted by their Use.
Every form of disease finds prompt relief in
these unique and delightful baths. Cail
and be convinced. A lady attendant will
always be in readiness to wait on lady pa
trons. Repectfully, ,
Iit. Wm. H. Mareav.
ok Tin; condition
ALEXANDER COUNTY BANK F
CAIRO, ILLINOIS, ON
MONDAY, AI'WII. .".th, 1 -.11.
KrXH IK KS
Loans and discounts $ so
Due from (-ther banks 14, ):;:: 5
Cash on hand 21.105 71
U. S. and other bonds liiiO (10
Outfit and furniture 5.OO0 00
Real estate, including banking
house 8.547 55
Expenses and taxes paid l,:;ij 12
Capital stock paid in $ 25.200 00
Surplus fund 5.7i'(! i'.
Deposits' 7U 14
Earnings since Jan. 1st.. I.:'.!l7 t'l
Total $110,508 s:i
We, Peter Ncff, vice-president and Henry
Wells, caslier, do solemnly swear that the
tiliove statement is true to the best of our
knowledge and belief.
P1.TI.11 Nekk, Vice-Prc.
Henry Wi i.i.s, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before toe this
Gtli day of April. lyo.
' Alfrei Com 1 sos.
J L.S.J Notary Public.
Xiiturtliiy Eviiii.ir, April 10.
Engagement for One Night Only
(if tie- Eminently Surec-n-fiil ('.mieiliiiii atnl I'h-ir
Supported by lil powerful
Appearing In tlm ordinal dramntlc i-pccittlltirs
with which hi" mime hn lu-cmno lusi-pi-rali-y
linked -wln-ii will li- po-Hi-iili'd the popular Atm-re
ciin Mclnilraiim, by MMToN NuM.ES. cntltlml
.1 i 1 tl IIIiiiIhiic.
As Plnyed by liim over 1,000 times.
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