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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 13, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
ENTEHKI) AT TIIK rOST OKFICB IS CA1HO, IL
LINOIS, A8 BEOOND-CLA88 MATTER.
OKFKMAL PAPKR OP CITY AND COUNTY'
WCM WKATUBR KB PORT.
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Serg't Slgntl Cores. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thl column, Ave ccnti per lino, cr:h
GRAND MASQUERADE DAM.,
It should bo borno in mind that the
Cassino socicly will give a grand masquer
ado ball, at Washington hall,
on tho 18th inst., which
they propose to mnko a really first-class
and enjoyable afl'air. All Umbo who desire
to atteiid can obtain masquerade suits at
Turner's hall. All improper characters
will be rigidly excluded. Tickets can be
had at Paul U. Suit tin's, Ooldstinc& Kusen
wuter's, Dan Hartman's, Meyers' Cheap
Store, Swoboilu fc Sclniltze's and of the
membcia of tho Society.
Day Sehool for Boys and Girls.
Night school for persons engaged during
the day, tvml lessons in Latin, German,
French, music, book-keeping and penn
mauship, by Prof, and Madaino Floyd,
Walnut st. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
To whom it inny Concern.
Dry goods merchants, grocery men, and
all others aro 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 Jljlliard Saloon.
Mr. Joseph Stengala has taken possession
of the building formerly occupied by Mr.
Dan'l Hurtinnn, on the corner of Sixth
8tr,'ct anil Commercial avenue, and has
established therein a billiard saloon and
restaurant. He has repaired tho building
internally, making changes in 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 spnircd no pains to mako 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! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct lrom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Hod Snapper," tho 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 and
Eighth street. Kouert Hewitt, Ag't.
Ovkr 153,000 llowo scales sold. Bor
den, Selleck & Co., agents, St. Louis, Mo.
Sure cure for rheumatism, neuralgia, dys
pepsia and all derangements of tho system.
Both rooms, 12S Commercial avenue, over
Taber's jewelry store. Terms: Single baths,
$1.00; six baths, ifi.OO. Try them.
W. H. Makkan,
At Pat Fitzgerald's.
The oldest and purest imported brandies,
porter and other wines may be enjoyed at
tho elegant sample and billiard rooms of
Mr. Put. Fitgerald, at tho corner of Four
teenth and Commercial; and horses fat nnd
llect, with every variety of vehicles
from a buss down to a
Bulky, all in a first-class condition, as well
as saddles nnd riding regalia, may bo hal
at the most reasonable flgureson a moment's
uotiee at bis "Horse Manson". His plneeof
auhincps is in connection with the telephone
bud all orders received thereby will receive
DOWN TIIKY (10.
Winter's old reliable oyster depot have
reduced the price of oysters to 25, 3. nnd
45 cts for choice selects. Mobile oysters
n bulk received daily and for Bale by the
idozen, hundred, quart or gallon. Remem
ber the stand,
Winter's Oyster Depot,
On Eighth street.
100 bales oats straw; 5,000 pounds choice
roll butter, at 20 cents per pound ; 200 bbls.
apples, at .50 per bbl., for Balo by O. M.
Alden, 78 Ohio Levee.
Buoklcn'H Arnica Salve.
The best salvo in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilbluins, corns, ami
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to givo perfect Rutisf action in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haiia
Closing: Out, Boots and Shoes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Childrens' sewed ind pegged Boots and
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin to arrive soon. If
in want of anything m my lino I would ad
vise you to call on mo before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will ussuro you good bar
pains. I invito all to call and see for
themselves. O. Koch.
No. 00 Commercial avenue between Fifth
and Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Wood and Coal,
A full supply of Indiana coal, as good ns
Pittsburg, just received from tho mines and
for Halo at $4.00 per ton delivered. I will
always have on hand a stock of this cele
brated coal; also daily shipments of wood
is received and kept constantly on hand,
for sale. Apply, at tho C. & V. R. H. yards,
F. M. Waiid.
100 acres flno land in Pulaski county,
one mile southwest of Villa Ridgo, about
thirty acres cleared. Title pertcct.
M. J. Howley, Real estate agent.
UENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these enlnmna, ton cent per lino,
each inaerllon. Marked
The Tort Eads, Captain Davis, shoved
out for New Orleans yesterday, well loaded.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders, u
largo stock at F. KoiBincycr's.
- The music for tho ball of the young
people at Reform hall Tuesday night was
furnished by Mr. Ed. De.onia's band Mr.
Dezonia giving his services freo of charge.
The Illinois Central Railroad company
has just completed a new wrought-irou
Pratt truss bridge, 450 feet long, over Salt
Creek, about three and a half miles south
of Clinton, III.
Mayor Thistlewood has removed his
office from tho rear end of his commission
store to tho front end, close by tho door,
where it will be more convenient for those
who may have business with him.
Meerschaum pipes and cigar-holders,
n large stock at F. Korsmeycr's.
In tho Illinois senate, Mr. Whiting in
troduced a bill to cede to the United States
the Illinois and Michigan canal and the
state improvements on tho Illinois river,
subject to ratification by a vote of the peo
ple. The Bloomington Leader, describin
the appearance of Hon. John II. Oberly
says: "He is a man in middle life, of fine
physical proportions, regular and handsome
features, unadorned by a single stray sign
of whiskers and Blightly bald."
The Illinois Central Railroad company
has just made a contract with tho Missouri
Car company for the construction of 200
box cars. This is in addition to 300 box
cars and 100 coal cars now in course of
construction at tho company's shops.
Wo are indebted to Mr. Louis Koehler,
Jr., fur an extraordinarily fine loin steak.
It was large, fresh and juicy, and would
take the premium at any lair. Those de
siring something really fine in the steak
line can bo Bupplicd by visiting his shop
on Eighth street to-day.
The Latest. Henry B. Funk, ot the
Monticcllu, 111., Bulletin, has just publish
ed and sent us a new and beautiful tern
pcrnnce song and chorus, in sheet form,
entitled "For God and Home and Native
Lund." Ho will mail a copy post free, to
any address, on receipts of 80 cents. Send
for it and you will bo sure to like it.
The Illinois Central wharfhoat, and a
number of tho Anchor line steamboats, were
yesterday removed from their moorings
along tho Ohio Lcvce and taken around to
the Mississippi river, whero they were
anchored, and will remain until tho ice
gorge, which is expected to arrive here to
night, passes out of the Ohio river.
At the last meeting of the Reform
Club Mrs. Wood Rittcuhouse ami Messrs.
Kusterduy and Alden were appointed a
committee to enter into correspondence
with good temperance speakers and to se
cure the services of at least one able speaker
for every Friday night. The natural re
sult of successful action on the part of the
committee will bo full houses.
The Peoria Democrat, one of the
brightest democratic journals in the state,
of which Hon. Jno. II. Oberly was offered
tho editorial chair, has been merged into a
stork company, with a capital stock of ten
thousand dollars. The officers are: Jno.
W. Fuller, president; G. W. Jones, secre
tary; and W. T. Dowdall, treasurer. Mr.
Dowdall also retains editorial control ot
Those who bclievo that the heat and
cold of tho world make about the same
average year in and year out, a cold winter
offsetting a hot summer, will not contem
plate the coming prospect with great com
placency, if tho Bummer of 1881 must
balanco this winter. Come what may tho
rest of this winter, it will take a good many
scorching days next summer to fairly
balanco what wo have already had in tho
way of cold.
Tho young people, who gavo their fint
ball and sociable at Temperance hall, night
before last, feel so encouraged at tho suc
cess they met with that they havo
concluded to carry out their programmo of
giving a series of bills and sociables during
tho balanco of tho winter season. Their
next ball will take placo in tho early part
of lebruary. Thoir net proceeds from
Tuesday night'i ball were something over
The telephone is atitl booming. Bev-enty-tivu
instruments are now in working
order nnd two thousand connections were
yesterday made. The new lists giving tho
names of tho subscribers and their number
will bo distributed to-day.
A number of young mcu met in the
office of Squire Cummings last night to
etfectthe organization of a social club, but
tho number present not being sufficiently
large it was agreed to hold another meet
ing a week from date when a full attend
ance is desired.
Mr. Jno. Davidson, brother of Mr.
Andrew Davidson, tho assistant clerk to
Mr.Willis,in tho internal revenue office hero,
arrived in Cairo a few days ago from the
south, seriously afflicted with inllamatory
rheumatism. All the muscles in his body
aro affected by it, rendering him incapablo
of moving cither his head, arms, fingers or
lower extremities. His home is in Anna,
but ho is stopping here for treatment.
The question is quito frequently osked
by subscribers to tho telephone system
whether the central offico will in tho future
bo occupied during tho night. For tho
benefit of tho questioners wo will say that
wo arc authorized to state that tho gentle
man und wife, who will in tho future have
charge of tho office, are already on their
way here and after their arrival tho wants
of the subscribers will be nttended to at
any hour of the night.
A special dispatch to tho St. Louis
Globe-Democrat, dated Cairo, 111., January
10th, says: "The Weekly News of this
city, the only republican paper published
in Alexander county, advertises all its ma
terial, as also that of tho late Daily News,
for sale at a low figure. It is to bo hoped
this sale will not bo the cause of the dis
continuance of the paper. Cairo with her
10,000 population and a county that is re
publican, ought to have at least one repub
Tho whole increase in the population
of Illinois in ten years has been 538,745, or
21 per cent. Of this amount 234,083, or
44 per cent, has taken placo in eleven cities
having over 10,000 inhabitants, while 804,-
0(52, or 50 per cent, has been in the rural
districts and smaller towns and villages.
The cities having over 10,000 inhabitants
havo increased 54 per cent, since 1870,
while the remainder of the state h9 gained,
as compared with its population ten years
ago, but 14 per cent.
For the benefit of those whose daily
life is spent indoors and who are therefore
blissfully ignorant of tho difficulties and
discomforts of podcatrianism, we will slate
that our sidewalks and streets are in a most
filthy condition, making it utterly impossi
ble for persons who have any out door bus
iness to transact, to do so without wading
through water and mud several inches
deep. The crossings and tho confounded
cinder sidewalks arc especially bad. Per
sons who have provided themselves with
tho telephone will now see its real value
and appreciate it.
The reading room of the Cairo Tem
perance Club is to receive new curtains
and to bo furnished with a number of new
daily papers and other reading matter for
tho use of visitors. Besides this, several of
the ladies of tho club will be at the hall
every evening, and some one will preside
at the organ to discourse sweet music. With
this new feature in the conduct of the
reading room, its attraction ought to be
positively irresistablc to the average gentle
man, nnd it is to be hoped that tho enter
prise of tho ladies will bo rewarded by a
continually well filled room.
The Mystic Krew contemplates giving
a ball on the first day of March, at Hart
man's hall, and, if possible, they will also
have a grand street parade. It is not cer
tain that the latter will take place, but the
Krew will make a great effort to accomplish
it and to celebrate tho day in as worthy a
manner as possible. Of lato years Mardi
firas day has passed olf rather quietly, no
demonstrations of any importance being
made, which fact is not at all creditable
to Cairo. We hope, therefore, that this
year those who show a willingness to move
in the matter will receive tho hearty sup
port of the merchants nnd people gene
rally. Tho most notable event within the
last few week, was the wed
ding of Mr. Charles Mason and
Miss Betty Taylor, sister of Mrs. Thos. Tarr,
which took placo at the homo of tho last
mentioned, on Ninth street, night before
last. It was a private afl'air, only a few of
tho nearest relative and most intimate
friends being in attendance. Rov. B. Y.
George officiated. The parties to tho con
tract aro among tho best known and highly
respected young people in tho city, whose
friends aro legion, and who will have, in
their new career, the well wishes of all
who know them. Mr. and Mrs. Mason
will take up thoir rcsidenco on Eighth
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets.
"Tony Denicr's troupe played to a large
and appreciative audienco at Rouse's hall,
in this city, last night. The troupe is a
very strong one, and gave a most satisfac
tory performance. George II. Adams, as
Grimaldi, is unoqualcd in his specialty, and
many of tho others sustained their parts
equally as well. The pantomime through
out was flrst-cluss in every particular, and
tho specialties introduced by various mem
bers of tho company wero wonderful per
formancos, and wore greeted by thunders
of applause. To use tho popular expres
sion, Denicr's "Humpty Dumpty" is a
good show, deserving the patronogo which
it has received from the public, and which
will attend it during tho entire season.
Tony Denier has always been a great favor
ite with Peoria audiences, and he can bo
assured of a warm welcome at their hands
at any time when ho presents himself here."
Peoria (III.) NationalDcmocrat. Secure
your Beats for to-morrow night.
Some of our republican exchanges are
engaged in urging that Hon. J. C. Willis
be re-appointed to the position of collector
of internal revenue. Tho Massac Journal
urges his claims thusly: "Hon. J. C.
Willis is an applicant for re-appointment
to the position of collector of internal rcv
cnuofor this collection district. He has
filled tho offico with great credit to himself
aud profit to tho government, and his con
tinuance in tho position would bo tho reten
tion ot a true and triod official, and tho
exclusion of any risk on tho part
of the incoming administration in
procuring an honest and efficient officer.
It has been said, we are informed, that Mr.
Willis was a luko-warm republican in tho
lato campaign. With tho most intimate
personal acquaintance we can positively re
fute that statement. He did all that any
man, similarly situated, could do. Ho
assisted with his money and his counsel
to mako Massac roll up her grand majority
for Garfield and the republican ticket; and
the state and nation received liberal con
tributions from him. In tho struggle for
place, let justico bo done there are no
better republicans than Mr. Willis no
better public officers."
A struggle ia at present being made
in this collection district by the friends of
Hon. J. C. Willis, to retain that gentleman
in the position ot internal revenue collec
tor. If truo republicanism, faithfulness
and competency aro worthy qualities in an
official, Mr. Willis will be re-appointed to
the position, but tho fact that two other
worthy republicans, Hon. Ike Clements and
Mr. Dan Hogan, are already waiting to step
into Mr. Willis' shoes, gives ground for the
belief that that gentleman's re-appointment
is not certain. Since all three of the
gentlemen are uncompromising republicans
we have no choice in tho matter, but need
thereby not be prevented lrom indulging
in tho usual speculation. Mr. Willis has
proven himself to bo a most excellent col
lector, careful, honest and active who, not
withstanding the claim of his oppononts to
tho contrary, was active during the
past campaign and was as
liberal with his money as ony reasonable
person could expect. Theso facts will
doubtless bo duly considered when the ap
pointments are made Of Mr. Clements,
who has represented this district in con
gress, it is said that he was the most active
politician of the three; that at every cam
paign he has left his business and indus
triously and effectually labored in the vine
yard of the party without money and with
out price and therefore his claims arc
worthy of recognition. Mr. Hogan's
claims are briefly these: During the past
campaign he was fortunate enough to be
selected one of tho members of tho central
committee and in that capacity, backed by
a few hungry country newspapers and soil
constituted politicians, urged tho necessity
of the use of money in this district. The
money was forthcoming and he was liberal
in its distribution thereby making many
friends who are now backing him for the
position with much persistency and a good
show of success. Although the
money, where distributed, accom
plished no apparent good tho
largest increase having been made in Mr.
Willis' county, whero the money never
reached his friends attribute to his efforts
the increase in every county in the district.
Although not extensively know throughout
the distrist he not having taken an active
part in politics until the last campaign
we arc satisfied that he will mako an excel
lent collector. Ho has many friends in
Cairo, among democrats bb well as repub
licans, who would be pleased with his ap
pointment. Quality nnd efficacy considered, Dr.
Bull's Cough Syrup is without exception
the best Cough preparation in tho market.
Price 25 ccnt3 a bottle.
DEATH OF MR. CIIAS. A. SAUP.
At about 7:30 o'clock last night, Mr.
Chas.A. Saup, who for quite a timo suf
fered from consumption, breathed his last
in the presence of a few relatives. He was
in tho twenty-sixth year of his ago and had
been a resident of this city from his nine
teenth year. Ho was a printer by trade,
nnd for many years was foreman of Tuk
Bulletin job department for which posi
tion ho was well fitted by reason of his
thorough knowlodgo of the arts and myster
ies of tho trado. Nono ever enjoyed tho
confidence of his employer more than he
and, truthfully may we say, that nono ever
deserved it more. An intimate
acquaintance with him for many
years enables us to sincerely
express tho hightest appreciation of him
for his many good qualities. Ho was a
man of firm convictions of right, faithful
to all his engagements and uniformily
kind and thoughtful of tho rights and
feelings or others; a man of more than ordi
nary acquirements, ot active mind and of
unusual frankness of Bpcech, whoso henrt
was ever touched by tho distress of others
and whoso thoughts wero cvor for the com
fort and well being of thoBo about him.
Of a temporamont that sought retirement
rather than display, ho did not fill so large
a placo In the public gaze as ho might
easily havo done if he had desired.
But those with whom lie associated were
his warm and steadfast friends. Ho was a
member of tho Knights of the Mystic Krew
of Comus, members of which, as well as
many other friends, visited his bedside dur
ing the last days of hie lingering illness,
and will ever cherish his memory.
Tho funeral will take placo to morrow
when the hour of services and place of
burial will be made known.
Experience With Storms and Other Dis
turbances. An especially useful and valuable officer
of tho U. S. Government is most widely
known under tho title of Old Probabilities.
But quito as well known is Prof. J. H. Tice,
the meteorologist of the Mississippi valley,
whose contributions to his lavorito study,
have given him an almost national reputa
tion. On a recent lecture tour through the
northwest, thu professor had a narrow
cseapo from the serious consequences of a
sudden and very dangerous illness, tho par
ticulars of which he thus refers to:
Tho day after concluding my courso of
lectures at Burlington, Iowa, on 21st De
cember last, I was seized with a sudden at
tack of neuralgia in tho chest, giving me
excruciating pain and almost preventing
breathing1 My pulse, usually 80, fell to
35; intense nausea of the stomach succeed
ed, and a cold, clammy sweat covered my
entire body. The attending physician
could do nothing to relievo mo; after suller
ing fur three hours, I thought as I had
been using St. Jacobs Oil with good effect
for rheumatic pains I would try it. I
saturated a piece ot flannel large enough to
cover my chest, with tho Oil, nnd applied
it. Tho relief was almost instantaneous.
In one hanr, I was entirely free from pain,
and would have taken the train to fill an
appointment in a neighboring town, had
my friends not dissuaded me. As it was, I
took the night train fur my home, St.
Louis, and have not been troubled since.
For the Rulletln.
Hurrah for our city fathers; hurrah for
the good Bulletin, and three cheers for
Mr. Gerould ! We, poor Cairoites who have
languished in darkness and growled about
dark streets so long, are going to have them
lighted at last. Wero you really in earnest,
Mr. Editor, when you made that announce
ment in The Bulletin this morning, or
were you just fowling? I do hope that
the latter is not the case because it would
bo too cruel to raise our hopes just to see
them blasted. Vet it seems almost too
good news to bo true that we are to havo
lighted streets actually have the street
lamps lighted, although hope has ever
whispered to our longing hearts that such
an event would eventually come to pass.
And now that the good and reliable Bul
letin Bays that time has come
it must be true. Yes, it must Ijc
true. Pad uc ah ami other small
towns can not turn their noses up at us any
longer and Bay we are too poor to afford
street lights. And we can venture out the
darkest night without fear of having a
brickbat, broken against our heads, or
fear of fulling off the sidewalk where they
are six or seven feet high, or breaking our
limbs by falling through some hole there
in, and when our better half has to go
up or down, town some dark rainy night,
we will not havo to count the minutes
until he returs, and it he is detained, work
ourselves up into hysterics, for fear some
thing awful has befallen him in tho inky
darkness. Again I say: Hurrah tor us
all. Yours Truly, Beatrice.
Cairo, III., Jan. 11th, 1831.
".Vow Well and Strong."
Dn.R. V. Pierck. Buffalo, N. V.:
Dear sir I wish to state that my daugh
ter, aged 18, was pronounced incurable and
was fast failing, as the doctors thought,
with consumption. I obtained a halt doz
en bottles of your Discovery for her and sho
commenced improving nt once, and is now
well and strong. She took tho Discovery
last fall. Very truly yours,
Rev. Isaac N. Acoustin.
The Right Sort of General.
Jacob Smith, Clinton St., Buffalo, Bays be
has used Spring Blossom in his family us a
general medicine for cases of Indigestion,
Biliousness, Bowel and Kidney complaints,
nnd disorders arising from impurities of the
blood, he speaks Inghl; ot its elhcacy.
Price 50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
Tumors, erysipelas, inrcurial diseases,
scrofula and general debility cured by "Dr.
Lindseys Blood Searcher." Sold by
YOCUM fc BRODERICK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
CAIRO - ILTS
Q W. WHEELER,
Summer Wood and Kindling
cotMtniitly on baud
At Seventy-live cents per load.
At one dollar per load.
The MmmlntV'ara ""t'Sll
the beat nummef wood foi ' cooklnj par po jMMk.
M the cheapoet ever iold In nemiallod.
Leave jour ordure t the Touln woo 1
FOK HALE.-The Window Shutter belonging
to tho Bulletin Hulldlnx Apply at tb heuae.
OAK TIMBER LANDS
H ( to 10,(100 acre of (food Whim Oak Timber
Laud aultublu for a Htave 1'iirtory aud Haw Mill
emiiluvliiK WJ to lot) men, Aililri'NH, KlvliiKiull do-' i
crlptlon of llmbi'r. null, title, diatuuee from rlr
or railroad, irlci, Iitiiik. Ac.
V,M, HROVN,!iaiJiiKHll8t.,Ht. LouU.Mo. i
jT II K N E U M
ONE NIOIIT ONLY,
Monday Evening, January 17.
Thn Oroot "OriKlnnl"
In a lolreeof refined MlnMrclnj, wn hare tba In
GOODY E A It.
The Klnt f Hong and Dance,
VVKLHY and PEAltL.
Tho Wonderful Junior,
Iv Ij O T Z.
Tho Wlczard Caruiitlat,
13 E NJAMIN.
The PleaainR Tenor,
T E M P H, E.
MRS. NELiLIIO OAltTON
The moat flnifhed I.ady rinritouo Horn Bolo-
lt of the day.
I'Om.AR I'RICKSi-Jtonemd leata, 75 centi.
Ailmlxmon, 'Ji cent"
tiKO. II. LENNOX, Oen'l Aij't,
jSV HEN E U M
Saturday, January 15.
GILM0RE Si BENTON'S
THE I,A H'iF.KT VAI'DEVIM-K ANIt SPECIAL
TY TUOtl'K IN TUK WORLD,
rTwo to Sir Different Acta on the Ktaee at
tliu Samu Time.
p-iiliiK the performance at 7:15, three quartt
of an hour ahead of all other.
m HOURS OP SOLID FUN. Ql
''3 HO UBS OK SOLID FUN. O3
Notedlou overture. Not a half-minute .Uxe
wilt. No curtate. Rut
BUSINESS FROM THE WOKD GO.
ADMISSIONSOand 75cent. Noeitracharge for
reserved H'it-ccured at Hartman'f .
Kxcnrrlun train, from all pulnta. See official
announcement of Milrond rnmpuniea,
W. J. CIIAPPEI.1.K. RepreaentatWe.
2 T II E N E U M
1 FRIDAY, 1 4
1 JANUAUY 1
MOMl'H ItEItiNS SUPREME.
A Carnival of Kun and Krolle. A Stape Mardl
Oraa. Arrlvil of hia Lauding UlxtinvM.
The Great Prophet of Fun,
and hi Matchlcva
25 COMEDY CREATORS 25
O. W. II. ADAMS, "The Clown."
OIKIIKSTRA AND MILITARY BAND.
Riwcrvcd Heat on al at Uartmau'i. Popular
Prire Seventy-five Cent.
REPORT OK THE CONDITION
OK Til f
C1T Y NATION A E 1 1 ANK
at ChIid, In the Stitte n Ulinolf, at the cloec of
December 31st 1880,
I-ohiih and dinronnt f
U. H. bond to Hecuro cln-ula-I
Other ilo a, bouda and mort
IMtfe Due from approved recirvi
au'c nl JM.M5 SO
Due from other national lmhk 4J,.',;ii 70
Due from Mato hank and
hanker 41.515 -
lieal ectiite, furniture and fix
ture 'heek and other rnh item. . J fi.lofl K7
Itlll of other Hank 9,sj uo
Kniitlonal paper currency,
nic kel and pennle 3(10 U)
(old tAVX'l M
Sliver M'.i 40-:il.4t1 !
I.ecul Tender note 1U,0W,U0
Redemption fund with ('. S.
Treaurer, (S per cent, of cir
Due from V . S. Treasurer,
other than fi per cent ru
131 .437 41
Total $rAi,VZt S
Capital atork paid in S lm.mri on
Surplu Knurl 100,K OH
Undivided Protli 6 "
Xiitlnnul tin 1 1 L- tiiiti.u out ul iiiiiU
i 90.000 no
Dividend imnald 3,000 OU
Individual deiiolte itlbject to
cheek 3.1M0n 77
Demand certlllente of deponlt, 10.201 7i
Due to other national bank, 4,ti,l 33
Due 'o Mate Imnka and ,,
hanker MM P9-38,4.17 .1
u),rrlhed nnd aworn to hetoro mo thle flth day
R. II. ClINNINnllAM, 1
U. I). WlLMAMMM, V
II. II. CANIIKH, I
i I... I. ti.,.,1hv frtvnn. tllllt rin Rntu.rinv lh. intl
day of January noxi, ociwcun tnu notira oi i
-...,....1 in thu rnnilioon unit .l ..Vltirlc In tlm nftfl
l.l rliiv. .1. tlm In.n farm rimltlimna e
laaao Wiklder. decenaed, In townahlp 17 H. It. 1
wut, In Alexander and atatti of lllluol, the
aonal property of aald duceaaud, conaltliiif I
liote, mule, cattle, h)R, farming linplumer
and machinery of various klnda. hntiaeholdj
kitchen furniture about S.lNKI buahele of v
about M acre of growing wheat and other art!
will be old at public bIu.
TKRMS OKNALK: Pnrehnana nf lea thar
dollar to be paid in hand! for that amouiV
over, an a credit of nine month, the puM
fflvlna note, with approved aecnrltv, j
"i mK nu WAU)KU) Admlnlatrt
Cairn, 111 Inula, December iilat, 1SK0, 1
mute of Illlnol. county of Alexander, a. .
T o W. llnlllday.CaKhler of the above named
t.Mik do olemnly wer that the above atatnmeut
I true to tho beat of my knowledK and belief
I iruei" t H.M.111AY. t'ahier.