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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
ENTKHKD AT TUB POST OmCK IN CAIRO, IV
UNOI8, AS BKCOND-CLAS8 MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notieeiln this column, flvo rents per lino, each
Wood and Coal,
A full supply of Indiana coal, as good as
ntuburg, just received lrom tno mines auu
for sale at $4.00 per ton delivered. I will
always lmvo on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and Kept constantly on iiuuu,
... ft 1
for sale. Apply, at tnc v. x v . u. . varus
F. M. Ward.
GRAND MASQUERADE BALL,
It should be" borne iu mind that the
Cassino society will give a grand masquer
ade ball, at Washington hall,
on the 18th inst., which
they propose to make a really first-class
and enjoyable afl'air. - All those who desire
to attend can obtain masquerade suits at
Turner's, hall. All improper characters
will be rigidly excluded. Tickets can be
had at Paul 0. Schuh's, Goldstiuo & Rosen
water's, Dan Hart man's, Meyers' Cheap
Store, Swoboda & Schultze's and of the
members of the Society.
Day School for Boys and Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, and lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
mansliip, by Prof, and Madame Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
To whom it may Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others are hereby notified not to sell
goods on my account to anyone, without a
written order signed by myself, as I will
' not pay any bills for goods purchased
without my written order.
New Billiard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Steagala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hartman, on the corner of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, and lias
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired the building
internally, making changes iu the arrange
ment to accommodate his views and furn
ished it with every comfort that could be
wished for in a first-class establishment,
he has spaired no pains to make his place
one ot the most attractive resorts in the city,
. and invites all to come and see him.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Bulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Red Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee aud
Eighth street. Robert Hewitt, Ag't.
Over 153,000 Howo scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of the system.
Both rooms, 128 Coin niercial avenue, over
Tabcr's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1 .00 ; six baths, $3.00. Try them.
W. H. Mahean,
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
the elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Put, Fitzgerald, at the corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat and
fleet, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
sulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles and riding regalia, may be had
at the most reasonable figureson a moment's
notice at his "Horse Manson". His placeof
ausiness is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN THEY (10.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 23, 3o and
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and for sale by the
idozen, hundred, quart or gallon. Remeni
ber the stand,
Winter's Otster Depot,
On Eighth street.
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at 20 cents per pound; 200 bbls.
apploa, at 1.50 per bbl., for sale by 0. M.
Alden, 78 Ohio Levee.
Buckleu's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, fever sores,
etter. charged hands, chilblains, rami. ami
all kinds of skin eruntinna. Thin aslvn la
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded, Price, 25
cents per box. For aale by Geo. E. O'IIara
t' V '
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice! In theo columns, ton cnu per lino,
etch inaerllou. Harked
Mr. Win. Wolfe is quite unwell.
Miss Lida Pitcher is reported on thu
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, a
large stock at F. Korsmeycr's.
Judgo Harker is holding court at
Hon. John II. Oberly returned to this
The police force was not increased last
night in fact no nominations were made.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
a largo stock at F. Korsmeyer's.
Mr. E. C. Ford's old stand, immediate
ly abovo Dan'l Hartman's store, is now oc
cupied Ly a second-hand clothing dealer.
Mr. Goldstine, of the enterprising firm
of Goldstine & Rosenwater, returned from
New York yesterday, after an absence of
Mr. Joseph Virnan, who has been quite
ill with pneumonia of late, appeared on our
streets again yesterday, for the first time
since his illness.
John Flemming, a white man, was yes
terday fined five dollars and costs, for a
violation of chapter five, section twelve of
the revised ordinances, which forbids the
use of improper language.
F. M. Ward comes to the front with
the assurance that the fuel famine is over,
as he will keep on hand at all times, good
wood and Indiana coal. See notice.
At present the central office of the
telephone exchange is occupied only until
nine o'clock at night, but after the system
is in perfect working order, connections
will be made at any hour of the night.
IU health caused Mr. Geo. Lattner to
dispose of his saloon. He will spend a
short time in the country with the object of
recuperating his health after which he pro
poses to run several teams in this city.
Joe Robarts, the newspaper man who
in trumpet tones is demanding that his
subscribers pay their subscription, was in
the city yesterday and left for Murphys
boro this morning, to attend the session of
the circuit court.
-A petition is to be presented to Gov.
Cullom, asking that John Bulliner be par
doned. Bullinerwas sentenced in 1975 to
twenty-five years' imprisonment in the
penitentiary, for the murder of George
Sisscy, at Curbondale.
Governor Cullom says in his message
that on the first Monday of the present
month the last dollar of the state debt was
paid, or if any small balance has not been
presented, the money is now in the state
treasury to meet it, and will remain until it
is called tor.
We received the second copy of the
Ava News yesterday Edited by Mr. Scott
Singleton. Like good liquor, it improves
with age, and if properly supported, we
can vouch for it that Mr. Singleton will
give the Ava people a paper of which they
may be proud.
A switchman employed in the Illinois
Central yards, whose name is Egan, yes
terday afternoon, had a foot and ankle
badly crushed by the cars runniug over it.
The accident was caused by the ice along
the track which caused Mr. Egan to fall
down. He was taken to his home, on Eigh
teenth street, between Poplar and Commer
cial in a wheelbarrow, where he received
The city council last night, by a sus
pension of the rules, passed an ordinance
raising the mayor's salary to one thousand
dollars per annum. It also agreed to light
the city aud accepted the bid of Mr. Gcr
ould which was that he would light each
lamp with a four-foot burner for two dol
lars and seventy-five cents per month, If
the city would repair the lamps that are
now in a broken condition.
Henry Fletcher, who, it will be re
memberel, is confined in the county jail
for passing counterfeit money, was discovered
yesterday by Sheriff Hodges to be making
preparations to escape from his cell. He
had gotten pDssession of a file and an ordi
nary table knife in some way and with the
former had transformed the latter into a
saw with which he had already severed two
or three of the iron bars in his door. The
sheriff removed him into another, and a
Mr. J. T. Rennie, proprietor of the
"Vulcan Iron works," has formed a partner
ship with Mr. J. G. Bernard, of
Terro Haute. The new firm, known
as Barnard & Rennie, will shortly make
Boine extensive additions to the present es
tablishment, which will enable them to
do all manner of iron work, from the finest
I down to the heaviest. The new firm will
not fail to build up an extensiveaud lucra
tive business since both members of it
are well and favorbly known throughout
this part of the country.
-Daring the past year the sum of $1,892
53 was expended out of the state treasury,
iu the prevention of the introduction ot
yellow fever at Cairo. At least, or says Gov
cruor Cullom in his recent message and, of
course, lie knows, or ought to know. An
appropriation of $5,000 was made by the
legislature in case of an outbreak of an
epidemic or malignant disease, to defray
the expenses of the board of health iu inves
tigating the causes of such diseases and aid
ing in preventing their spread so that now
the balance, $3,107.47 remains to the credit
of tho appropriation in tho state treasury. It
is to bo hoped that there will never bo
cause for its expenditure at this point and,
in all probability, our wish in that regard
will bo verified.
Mr. Clias. Slack, who has for fourteen
years occupied tho responsible position of
foreman in tho Vulcan Iron works of Mr.
J. T. Rennie, left for Terra Haute by yes
terday afternoon's Illinois Central train,
where he will superintend tho large foiiU'
dry and machine shop of Mr. J. G. Barn
ard. Mr. Slack is an excellent machincst,
who enjoyed the entire confidence of his
former employer, as his long stay of four
teen years testifies, and we must say that
we regret his departure.
The Bloomington Daily Pantagraph
contains tho following: "Mr. Oberly is
being entertained by Mrs. Matt Scott. He
will bring his family here about the time
the new daily appears, and is looking out
now for a suitablo residence. Mrs. Oberly
is said to be a charming lady of rare intol
lectual endowments. She is a Baptist, is
very plain in dress, and not much given to
society affairs. The family consists of seven
daughters, ranging from young ladyhood to
babyhood. John himself is the only boy
in tho family."
A large crowd gathered at Temperance
hall last night, to take part in the sociable
and dance given under the auspices of tho
Temperance Club. At tho proper time
the ladies of the club spread a splendid
lunch ot which everybody partook heartily
Dancing commenced at tho usual hour and
ended at the usual hour. There was
no limit to the fun, and everybody entered
into the amusements of the hour with a
vim. None can say that the means of
enjoyment were not ample and of a char
acter which insured general interest.
Tony Denier's Pantomime and Speci
alty company will visit Cairo Friday aud
give one performance at the Athcneum, in
the evening. This is what the St. Louis
Republican says of their performance m
that city: "Tony Denier's Pantomime and
Specialty company opened a season at the
Olympic theatre on Sunday night to a full
attendance. The entertainment is called,
"Tickled or Humpty Dumpty Re-hatched."
It is a novel mcdly of dumb show, mechan
ical tricks, acrobatic and musical,
singing and dancing novelties, with
occasional glimpses of spectacular. It is a
lively potpourri performance in three acts,
full ot variety and merriment, and is an
agreeable change from the old style pan
tomime. The pantomime performers
proper are good, the feature being Geo. H.
Adams, who is the funniest trick clown in
the country. The newly-hatched "Humpty
Dumpty" made a hit with the audience of
Sunday night, and promises to entertain
large audiences at every performance ot the
week. The children will have a chance
to laugh heartily at it, Thursday matinee
Mr. Frank Pettit has recently made
several inventions that are by no means to
be made light of. One of them is a thrible
water cut-off on which he, not long ago,
received a patent. It is a very simple and
practical affair and the only invention of its
kind in existence. Beside this, he has a
patent on a double water cut-off, which is
also a recent invention and pronounced
superior to most others by experienced tin
ners. He is now engaged in manufactur
ing a water-boiler for saloons, which may
be set upon the stove and is both practical
and handsome. It is made of highly
polished copper and is adorned in various
way. A water and steam gauge in front
shows how much water the boiler contains,
as well as how hct it is and many other
arrangements tend to make it very useful
to bar3 where any manner of hot drinks
are sold. Some idea of its beauty may be
obtained when we mention that, with all the
adornments, it cannot be sold for less than
forty dollars, while a plain one can be sold
for tlireo dollars. No patent has yet been
obtained on the invention.
-In our search for news yesterday even
ing we were lead to the hall of the Temper
ance club on Tenth street and, prompted by
a lively interest in the organization, we en
tered and were struck by the pleasant ap
pearance of the place. The members of
the club have transformed the rough walled
room, into an attractive place, where
everybody may go and feel at home and be
entertained any time during the day. The
room is furnished with several tables, a desk,
an organ and a number of chairs for the
accommonation and pleasure of visitors;
newspapers and a library aro placed
at their disposal, and many mot
toes aud pictures are hung conspicu
ously around tho room, all having a ten
dency to elevate the moral status of the
frequent visitor. Among the mottoes we
noticed tho following : "Touch not, tasto
not, handle not," "Lead us not into temp
tation," "Welcomo home," "Ood is out
hope," "Faith and chalrity," and over the
platform, which, by tho way, has been
newly carpeted, hung tho blue
banner of tho club inscribod
in gilt letters as follows: "Cairo
Tcmperanco Reform Club. Organized
Nov. 11th, 1877." Tho ceiling and its
supports, as well as the walls, have been
newly and handsomely painted and paper
ed; chairs have been substituted for
benches; a hat-rack has been placed near
tho dour for the accommodation of gentle
men, and hi the rear right hand corner a
screen has been drawn behind which
stand a cooking stove, kitchen-safe,
shelving, etc.. tor the tno of the Indies hi
preparing the numerous toothsome articles
with which they so elegantly spread tho
largo tables for tho benefit ot their guests
upon occasions such as wns enjoyed by a
largo crowd at tho hall yesterday evening.
The polico besiness was quite dull yes
torday the offenders being fow uud far be
twecn. The only case disposed of was that
of a colored woman in Judge Olmsted's
court. She was charged with disorderly con
duct and was brought before his honor on
achangoof venue lrom Squire Osboru. Tho
charge was sustained, and tho prisonor
fined fivo dollars and costs.
Cairo is a city. It is not a town nor a
village. It has outlived and thrown asido
the attire ot childhood and youth and
donned the fashionable attire of tho full
fledged able bodied gentleman. It stands
six feet high iu its stocking feet and, as it
elevates its eyebrows with dignafied mien,
casts a sidelong and contcmptious glance
at such villages as Paducah and smaller
places which says: "I am somebody what
are you?" Improvements are no sooner
thought of than made. In short,itn course is
forewards not backwards. This being so,
it will not surprise our readers that we are
about to havo a club-uot a religious
nor literary club but a club,
the object of which is social enjoyment;
where our young men can quietly meet,
smoke their cigar, reading their newspa
pers, or spend an hour or two in a pleasant
chat without interruption and without
coming in contact with tboso whoso com
pany is not agreeable. The club is not yet
a thing of the present, but of the near
future. Rooms have been secured ink the
second story ol the White building, on the
corner of Sixth street and Ohio Levee,
which, after being handsomely furnished,
will bo occupied until more central and
agreeable rooms can be obtained. We sug
gest that at its first meeting the club pass a
series of resolutions, condemning the tele
phone and pronouncing it too expensive a
luxury tor use in their rooms.
OBERLY 'S OVATION.
TWELVE HUNDRED DEMOCRATIC
PATRIOTS GATHER AT BLOOM
I NGTON ANDGIVETHE PROS
PECTIVE DAILY THE
BENEFIT OF A BIG
A DINNER SUMPTUOUS IN QUAN
TITY AND ELEGANT IN QUAL
ITY IS SPREAD BY THE
OF THE CITY.
The Pantagraph and Daily Leader, two
republican journals published at Bloom
ington, devote a considerable amount of
space to an account of a democratic love
feast held in that city, in the interest of the
prospective democratic daily, on the an
niversary of General Jackson's victory at
New Orleans. After mentioning the charm
ing weather and various other causes
which conspired to make the day a flatter
ing success, the Leader says :
As is well known to all of our readers,
the Democratic citizens of McLean county
are about to launch upon the turbulent
journalistic sea, a new craft representing
the views of that time honored party. The
nucleus ot the movement wa3 formed by
the ladies, and it remained for them to in
troduce the child to the world with proper
eclat. The amount of stock mentioned in
the charter, viz., $20,000, liaviug been sub
scribed and Hon. J. II. Oberly chosen as
manager aud editor, it was thought expedi
ent to thoroughly organize und get the ma
chine in running order. To-day being the
anniversary of the battle ot New Orleans,
in which that great exponent of simon pure
democracy, Andrew Jackson, so distin
guished himself, it was thought fitting
that this should be the occasion of the for
mal manning of the new ship.
The early morning trains brought in
scores of the rock-tooted, hickory-shirted
faithful, so that by eleven o'clock, when
the business meeting was called at Durley
hall, there were about twelve hundred
persons, stockholders and friends of the en
terprise present. An organization was ef
fected by the selection of Dr. T. P. Rogers
as chairman, and J. O. Pullcn, secretary.
The first business to come before the meet
ing was the choice of a board of directors.
After an animated discussion, it was de
cided t" have the board consist of eleven
men. The city stockholders desired to
have only five or seven, but tho tillers of
the virgin soil wanted a larger representa
tion and carried their point by shouting
louder when tho voto was called.
Nominations being in order, the follow
ing list of candidates were placed in the
field: L. L. Burr, city; I. Vanordstrand,
Hcyworth;T. J. Bunn, city; S. II. West,
west; II. I. Deal, Allin; Wm. Condon, city;
J. II. Oberly, city; M. T. Scott, city ; James
S.Ewing, city;Willard Parritt, city: T.I).
Colsen, Oridlcy ; C. Dawson, Lexington ; T.
W. Keys, LcRoy ; Dr. Crigler, Say brook;
James Cook, city; Mr. Victor, Normal;
John Gregory, Normal; John W. Trotter,
city, and John T. Lillard, city. Dr. T. P.
Rogers and R. E. Williams, Esq., were
mentioned, but declined tho honor with
Before tho result of tho balloting was an
nounced, several speeches wero inado, in
cluding an address from Mr. Oberly, who
was loudly applauded. Ho said that tho
democratic party was not dead, and no
other county iu tho statu offered a butter
field for a democratic paper than this par
ticular locality, and if tho party would give
it tho proper support, there was no reason
why it should not live to a good old age : Ilo
woold not promise to make tho paper
a success, but ho would promise to keep
the journalistic lamp trimmed if hard work
would accomplish anything. He was ready
for tho sacrifice. Mr. Oberly is a man of
pleasing address, an I a speaker both elo
quent and Interesting. At tho conclusion
of his remarks ho was followed by Squiro
Wakefield, of Hey worth; an old-time
Jackson Democrat, and who has
lived to see death in the midst of several
party organs. Captain Stringfleld, who
came to McLean county before the deep
snow, and has voted the democratic ticket
at all times and under all circumstances,
said he wanted an organ. He had not
taken any shares, but for the political sal
vation of the rising generation, the demo
crats of McLean county should by all
means have an organ. S. H. West was
then called for, and promised his indi
vidual support to help the organ along.
Mr. West also remarked that he had gono
off with tho farmer's movement, a few years
ago, but to-day ho was a full-fledged demo
crat, and had come back to stay. Mr.
James 8. Ewing spoke briefly and offered
various suggestions which he thought
would not come amiss to give life and sta
bility to the organ.
Mr. West then brought up the subject of
a name, which called out a humorous reply
from Mr. Oberly. Ho thought that as the
infant's birth was due to the efforts of the
ladies, they should he privileged to name
it, and their husbands expected to buy its
On motion, the matter of a name was
left to the board of directors, with instruc
tions to consult the feelings of the ladies.
About this juncture gnawing hunger be
gan to get in its work, and the meeting ad
journed to the Democratic club room in the
old Pantagraph building where three long
tables with a capacity of 200 plates, were
groaning with the weight of eatables and
attractively garnished with silverware, fruit,
fancy cakes, etc. The attention to the wants
of the guests, showa by the ladies was per
fection itself, the crowds being received and
served with a warm hospitality that was
truly charming. About live hundred hungry
appetites were satisfied without any percep
tible diminution in the quantity which was
enormous, and the ladies find enough left
to give a hearty meal to every destitute
family in the city, and we are pleased to
state that the lodies have decided to dis
pose of the residue in this way. It was a
bigger thing than the parable of the loaves
and fishes, and tho recently annihilated
democracy threw off its burial garments
and was jubilant again.
After the gorging was over the Durley
Hall meeting was resumed and the result
of the voting announced the starting of the
paper with the following :
board Of directors.
I. Van Ordstraud. Hey worth; T. J.
Bunn, city; S. U. West; II. I Deal;
William Condon, city; M. T. Scott, city;
S. Ewing, city; T. D. Colson, Grid-
ley; James Clork, city John Gregory,
Normal, and J. H. Oberly, editor and
The board is now in session and among
other things I103 decided to issue tho first
edition about February 1st. At a meeting
to be held within a few days, the foreman.
local editor, etc., will be engaged.
The first copy is to be printed on silk,
and Dr. Worrell has offered $25 for it. It
will be sold at auction.
Springfield Journal Kep).
Hon. Jon. H. Oberly's boom for the in
auguration of a new democratic daily
newspaper in Bloomington, was started
last Saturday. It was Andrew Jackson's
Day the 8th of January and, therefore,
deemed a favorable time for such an un
dertaking. The "faithful" came together
In force from all parts of McLean county,
perfected their organization, elected Mr.
John H. Oberly director, editor and mana
ger, listened to one of his thoroughly pre
pared extemporaneous speeches, and then,
five hundred of them, sat down to a grand
banquet to which they are reported to
have done substantial justice. It was furn
ished by the ladies of Bloomington, and
was probably the first square meal most
of them had partaken of iu a decade.
After this was concluded the doctors were
consulted and the opinion expressed that,
according to the natural order of things,
the accouchment of the promised journal
istic infant should take place about the
first of February, and public expectation
was advertisod to be on tip toe for the great
evont about that time.
Bloomington is a rich and growing city,
McLean, a populous county, Mr. Oberly, a
talented and experienced journalist, and
the democracy of Illinois in need of an
organ; everything would, therofore, seem
to be favorablo to the success of this one,
and wo express for it, in advance, our very
"Mr like," said a grateful lady, "had
been one of intense suffering and" misery
until cured of a disfiguring scrofulous hu
mor by tho Cuticure Remedies." Ask your
Druggists about them if troubled with itch
ing and scaly humors.
Tumors, erysipelas, mercurial diseases,
scrofula and goueral dobtlity cured by "Dr.
Lindsey's Blood Searcher." Sold by
160 acres fine land in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Ridge, about
thirty acres cleared. Title perfect.
M. J. Howlkv, Heal estate agent.
1.10U SALE. -Tho Window Hhntter boloniflntt
. to the Uullcttn Building. Apply at the house.
OAK TIMBER LANDS
3,0t) to 10,000 acre of (food Whlto Oak Timber
Land aultable for aMtavu factory And Haw Mill,
employing AO to 100 man. AddrM, giving lull do
scrlptlon or timber, soil, title, distance from river
or railroad, price, terms, Ac.
WM. BROWN, WW DeKalb St., St. Loul. Mo.
jT II K N E U M
Saturday, January 15.
GILJIORE & BENTON'S
rifTwo to Six Different Acts on tho Staire at
the .SameTltne, ,
opening the performance at 7;1., three quarter
of an hour ahead of all other.
01 HOURS OF SOLID FUN. 01
"2 1IOVIW OF SOLID FUN. 3
No tedious overture. Nt a half minute ataga
wslt. No curtate. But
BUSINESS FROM THE WOKD GO.
ADMISSION50and75ci!n:. No txtra c!ir"i for
reserved seats-secured at lUrtmnn.
Kxcuwlon train from ail point See official
announcement of ratlrond intiipmle,
W.J, CUAI'PELI.E. Kprvsautlv
H E N i: U M
U FRIDAY. 1
MOMl'S REIGNS SITJIEMK
A Carnival of Fun and Prillc A SUj- Mirdi
Jr. Arrival of bla Laughing lli,-cn'-
The Grreat Prophet of Fun,
and hi Ma'cales
25 COMEDY CREATORS 25
G. W. H.ADAMS, "The Clown."
ORCHESTRA AND MILITARY BAND.
Reserved $'. on sal at H-.rtniaa'. Popular
Prices Seventy-IIvv Cent .
- a "
Z0 i 'f-
C - S
J KGULAR REPORT
OF THE CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Caiiw, Iu.., MoNDir, Jan. 3rd.
Loan and D;-ounti f'tt.CT ".?
Itue from other Bank 'i.'tij
Patti on baud.... SV'.'.I ;
Outfit and furniture .ijio rat
KfI Estate ,ZA" 5j
Capital Mock paid In.
We. F. Broil. rnMid.nt. and II Well. Ca.Mi
ior. do nol'miniy ecar that the above Materuvtit ir
true to the bct of our WuowKiIkc and belief.
F. IlKoss. I'r.'Mdeut,
II WKI.LS, Cannier.
SuWribi'd .ind eworn to before we thU ith daj
Of Januirv, Ivl. A. ( O.VINi.S.
P.EI'OIiT OF THE CONDITION
CIT V NATIONAL I SANK
at Citlro. iu thu 8tat' ot IUIuoK at the clone of
December 31st lfi30.
Loan aud discount ' $ fW.iri! 01
V. s. bouds to secure circula
tion 100,)i) W
Other Mocks, bond and mort
gages 37,1 M 9!
Duo from approved reserve
ai;eiit $. .10
Due from other national hank TO
Due from Statu bauka and
banker 44,045 43-t3l,4i? 4.)
Real estate, furniture aud fix
ture 5 Sl.IW 18
Check and other cU item. .1 6.300 ST
Bill or other Hunk 9,H 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickel and pennies 300 00
Gold t,m AO
Sliver &,4Dtt 40-31,446 00
Leirnl Tender note 10,OUO,00 57,875 77
Redemption fund with lr. S.
Treasurer, ( per eout. of circulation)..........-
Due from V. 8. Trea.urer.
other than 5 per cent re
Total $0M,M5 W
Capital Mock paid in 1 Joo 25 2!
Hurolu Kiiml. '
Uiisflvlded Profit W' M
Nlul0n'!bnkn0t?.U.. .n W.W0M
Dividend unpaid............. 3,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
chock S1D.40" 1 1
Demand certificate of deposit, 10.401 74
Due to other national bank, 4,H, 1 3d
Duo to State bunks aud
bunkera 1U63 89- 3BH.417 71
n.. AlUli 1Q !IQ
1UIAU 9 ..
Shite nf Illlnol. county of Alexander, s.
I Thos. VV. Ilallldny, CaMiler of the abova named
batik, do solemnly swear that the above statement
i. ...... m the linHt of mv knnwli.riira und bulief.
Tno. W. Malmdat. Cahier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me thlstlthday
or January, ml li.J. ';
l ft -t um A I
0. 1. WiM.iAm, VDlrecloN.
li. II, Candbb, 1