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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
tXTKRKD AT THE VOUT OFFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, As KKCOND-CLAM MATTER.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
LOCAL WKATUEK Rfcl'oItT.
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Caiao, III.. Mar, 1. IH1.J
Bar. Tber. Hum. Wind. Vtl Weather.
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10 ? 4li N 14 Cloudy
4 p.m., 4li.No
u.rm.nm T.miieraliire. ! Minimum Tem
perature 4o; Rainfall. H.un inches.
River, J feel 10 luetics, KImi h RAT
Sern't Signal Corps, U. 8. A.
Mr Editor: , , . . . , .
Hivln hi-en sollcltm liy my friends and by a
cn-at number of cIU.ciih who have heretofore been
opposed to me. in aijaln become a candidate for
tutt mayoralty of the rlty ot Cairo, I hereby an
iionnra myai-lf for that position, iilediiinjr to the
voters of Cairo to do an heretofore, mil to shirk
iliydulvinthc hour of peril, and axsure them that
all my action shall he to tho interest of t'airoaud
her citizens. I r, mH,ny',',r,l'',STEUi
PKU'K AND PHOiiUKss. SPREAD THE
Cairo, March 17th, Wl.
To the votera of the city of Cairo:
Atltia request of ninnv citizens the undersigned
offers liia aorvlces to llie indepeudant voters of
Cairo as a candidate for Urn olllc.e or mayor. The
city require a man of commercial experience,
Junt at thU time, when w are ho fixed hy unions
and forjiU" liilerfcreucc In our business manaci.
tuaiit on this great Ainerieaii continent, and in the
namoot Washington, Jeffurawti, and Jac.ksoi, and
In the name of the tireat I'ntou (ircenback Labor
Party, for truth, justice ami equal rlKhta, will I
stani. Voxp.pli-voliel.Dr , k(,lakkk
At the earnest solicitation of many citizens- Irre
apective of color or politics, 1 have consented to
become candidate lor .the ofllce of City Clerk,
and respectfully ask the active and willing aupport
of ali who are lavoruble to my candidacy
JNO. J. BIRD.
Cairo, IU., March lmh, IHM.
Having been solicited hy a number of my frlo da
all over the city to become a candidate for city cletk
iu tna coming city election, 1 hereby, In compli
ance with the wishes thu expressed, announce
mvself aaa candidate for tint ofllce, and hope that
all my friend will staud hv me,
3 JOHN LALLY.
We am a tliorl.ed to announce Mr. JOHN
. WILKERSON asacadldate for City Clerk in
the April election.
JtOR POLICE MAGISTRATE.
Flense announce me a" a candidate for re-election
to the office of Police MiiRlstrate at the ensuing
city election. Respectfully,
UKO. &. OLMSTED.
We are authorized to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS as a candidate for the olllcc of Police
Magiiitratc for the city of Cairo at too coming city
JjHR CITY TREASURER.
Editor Bulletin: Please announce my name as an
Independent candldiite for the olllce of City Treas
urer at the eDHiilug city election
THOMAS J. KEHT11.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, ftve centa per line, each
I cmsrtloii. For one monlh, 50 centa per lino.
W New York, .ftj
KAHl.V 110HK BKKD.
JuKt received 150 bbls of New York
Kirly Kose Seed Potatoes. Direct from the
East, choice Beetl.
Nkw York Stokk.
Clotiino; Out, Boots and Shoes.
IInving a very largo stock of winter
goods on liaud consisting of Gents', Ladies'
and Children' sewed and pegged lioots and
Rioes, 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 in urrivo soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. ' C. Koch.
No. !I0 Commercial avenue between Fifth
mil Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters t Fish I Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for Bale, by the
can or by the hundred ! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and IJaltitnore
oysters received in cans, direct lroin the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
Tito "lied Ruapper," the king among fish
ami the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gull. Bend your orders to the headquarters
foroysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. IIoiikht IIkwitt, Ag't.
Use Thk Cairo Ncllktin scratch books,
for sale at the ollice, 1200 leaves to the
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will tuke notice tliat I
will be found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. J here is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Hherifl and Collector
Caiko, III., March :j, 1881.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, lor sale at 1 he bulletin
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, Rait rheum, tever sores,
etter, chopped hands, chilblains, cornB, and
ftll kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cent per box. For sale by Gbo. E. O'Haka
Assignee's Sale. '
A large stock of jewelry of every kind,
Including clocks, canes, rings, bracelets,
charms, watches and everything usually
found in a first-class jewelry store, will be
sold this evening, beginning at seven
o'clock, at Taber Bro's store, on Commercial
avenue. W. C, Jocelyn,
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day boarders, wo would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodations are equal
in every respect to those tit any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Botto & Gazzola.
The most popular and elegant tonsorial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, and none but the
best artists in that line of industry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or shanipoon should call at
rtie parlor of Win. Alba.
KEW YOKK KAUIA HOBK.
Just received 50 bbls, of choice Seed
Potatoes, the finest in the market. '
J. O. Clakk,
N. 25 Eighth Street.
Try them. At New York Store for 12
cents per lb very tine for breakfast. Also
Deep Sea fresh Mackerel in 5 lb cans.
Whittaker's Star Sugar Cured Hams,
Smoked Shouldcrs,Selocted Breakfast Mess
Mackerel, Maple and Gold Head Syrup,
canned goods of every discription, choice
Butter, country produce. In fact every
thing that is kept in a first-class grocery.
Call and price goods. J. C. Clahk,
No. 25 Eighth street.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
HT Seed. Seed.
Full line of fresh Garden and Field
Seeds just received. Clver Seed, White
Onion Setts, Sugar Corn, Timothy Seed,
Bed Onion Setts, Early Peas, Blue Grass
Seed, Potato, Black Wax Beans, and other
kinds; Sweet Corn, Corn Hill Beans, Seed
Oats. Our sneds are fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
bottom prices, at
New Yokk Stoke.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
A rnr load or choice Michiiran Apples
just received and for sale by G. M. Alden,
78 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including a
supply of fine pickled Balmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between JNintn a lenin street.
Madftmo and Prof. Flovd have increesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
th.ir increased natronairc. bv havintr se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, anil night sclmol at i p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for Bale, at The Bulletin office.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thene colnmna, ten centa per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
See notice of tanks for sale, in ten
A boy died of hydrophobia at Mem
phis Wednesday night. Ho was bitton
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's 5G
The city ot Quincy is to have a par
tisan local election. The primary meetings
on the democratic side will be held on the
Choice Wlscousin Butter In nine-
pound packages, for sale, by G. II. Jackson
France will surrender any Russian
subjects implicated in the assassination ot
the czar who Beek refuge under tho French
Mr. James Sandusky is rebuilding the
fence in front of his residence near tho
coiner of Eleventh and Walnut streets, and
making other repairs about the premises.
Check books, receipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
t Tug Bulletin ofllce.
Public school examination will take
place next week, which Is a week earlier
than usual, and a vacation of two weeks
will be taken, tho extra week to be made up
at me enu 01 too term.
Fresh oysters at A. T. DeBaun's, 50
Tho Cairo and Vincennes railroad com
pany has commenced laying its track to the
new Uuion depot, which is rapidly ap
Kev. Armstrong cotiducted a prayer
meeting at tho Presbyterian church last
evening. The attendance was good in
spite of the bad weather.
Mr. S. Walters has repaired Commer
cial avenue in front of his business house
so as to make it possible for teams to como
closer to his door. Several wagon loads of
earth were used in the work.
Mart. Gillen, a passenger conductor on
tho Illinois Central railroad, died yestcrduy
morning, lie had been connected with the
road for over twenty years, and was a gen
eral favorite among the employes.
Mr. W. M. Davidson, the Eighth street
tinner, has received a largo lot of hot
house plants of every discription. It com
prises a great varmty of flowers, shrubs,
trees, vines, etc. Call and examine his
A man named Joseph Warsaw assault
ed a young lady named Flachs, in Warsaw,
III., day before yesterday, and tho citizens
of tho place threatened to lynch him. Te
authorities had to remove tho brute to
Carthage for safety.
St. Patrick's society is extinct, and
could, therefore, not havo attended, in a
liody, the lecturo of Father Eckles at the
Catholic church night ln;fore last as
was stated in The Bulletin yesterday
morning. It was the Ancient Order of
Hibernians that attended.
Mr. S. Walters has sold the stock in
the "Boston store," on the corner of Tenth
street and Washington avenue, to Mr.
John Lane, a young man of some exper
ience in the business. Mr. Lane will re
stock the store and continue tho business.
He took charge yesterday.
Miss Annie Alvord is at home for a
short vacation and rest that is much need
ed, after several months close attention to
her large musical class in Chicago. Her
many friends here welcome her with pleas
ure, and regret that her visit cannot be
prolonged through the summer.
In our special local column will be
found the advertisement of Dr. W. C.
Jocelyn, the assignee for the firm of Taber
Bros. A grand closing out sale takes
place this evening, which all who have any
spare change should attend, as every induce
ment will be offered to the purchaser in the
way of low prices and variety and quality
A violent thunder-storm passed over
southwestern Missouri yesterday morning.
At Joplin the gale did considerable dam
age, unroofing buildings, etc., and several
persons were quite badly hurt. At Galena,
Kas., sixteen buildings were destroyed, two
persons were fatally injured and six others
were seriously hurt.
A colored teacher in Belleville, before
dismissing his school Wednesday, made his
scholars a short speech on the subject of
St. Patrick's day. Said he, "Young ladies
and gentlemen, to-morrow is the day our
brethren, the Irish, celebrate and there
will therefore be no school. Our brethren,
the Irish, are striving, you know, to obtain
that which we have already received. Ob
serve the day and pray that God may help
our Irish brothers."
The shooting match, which was adver
tised to come off yesterday afternoon be
tween Mr. F. S. Kent and Dr. G G. Parker,
did not take place because tho hack man
that had been engaged to take the contest
ants out to the place designated for the
match disappointed them. There has been
no postponement of tho affair, however, and
unless some at present unforsecn obstacle
appears, it will surely take place this after
noon, at four o'clock, on grave yard ridge.
Dr. C. B. Clark announces himself as a
candidate for mayor on the greenback
ticket in this morning's Bulletin. The
Doctor's announcement was written by him
self and sets forth his principles admirably,
better than we could do; and hence, we re
fer our readers to it. We have no doubt but
that he means what he says and believe that,
if elected, he will make as good a mayor
as any who support him for that position
could possibly make.
Beware of tho peripatetic card writer.
Ninety-nine out of a hundred are dead
beats swindlers. Lying comes as natural
to him as breathing. He would rather go
hungry than toll tho truth for a square
meal. Ho is on a small scale a sort ot
five cent dead beat, who has all the inclina
tion to steal but lacks the courage. Ho
will loaf around an office lor a week hop
ing to induce an employe to steal ten cents
worth of cards for him. He is a bad egg.
My son, never become a card writer. Card
writing is demoralizing. Go to picking"
pockets and cam your living honestly.
"See that my grave's kept green."
That's a song, gentlemen. We hear it
while we sit at our table in our sanctum ; it
strikes upon our car from every street, alley
and door-way as wo listen for an itom of
news; wo hear it while wo sit at our meals,
or wander homoward at midnight; it bo
comes materialized in our sleep; yawning
graves, human skeletons, half-decayed cof
fins, horrible groans from lips that seem to
bo cold in death, form tho substance
of our dreams; it is whistled, hummed,
sung, screamed, groaned and tra la In
lad around our head whorovor wo may ho.
We have striven to bear up under this per
secution, but we have striven in vain. Our
spirit is broken; we have given up all
thoughts of matrimony, all hopes of a life
in the blue beyond and have fallen off ten
pounds within the last week. We have
ceased to struggle against the inevitable,
and are calmly awaiting the fate of all
martyrs. We long for sweet peace, and
when it comes to us in tho form of the
complete annihilation of all that is visible
to the mortal eye, see that our gr ashes
is taken from the oven and carefully pre
served in a cologne bottlo.
It was rumored hero yesterday that
David Crocket, tho notorious Missouri des
perado, who was arrested by two detectives
on Tnesday afternoon in tho cabin of the
ferryboat Three States, had made his es
capo when he was taken off tho transfer
boat to bo conducted to the Iron Mountain
train at Bird's Point. It is said that a
hard looking stranger, who had conversed
familiarly with Crocket before his (Crocket's)
arrest, acted towards him as a total stran
ger afterwards, not betraying by word or
act that he knew the man, but was
always seen to follow the prisoner and his
captors at a distance. It is thought that
this stranger awaited his chanco and in
some way put weapons in Crocket's pos
session, and when the party reached Bird's
Point this stranger and Crocket surprised
the detectives by leveling a brace of pistols
at them and then backed away fir, in them
into the woods. A row among the Iron
Mountain railroad hands at that point at
the time, it is said, favored them in their
escape. This is the rumor as it was wafted
over tho the city yesterday and its main
foundation was the affirmation of one
Martin, a Missourian who knows Crocket
well, to the effect that he had seen him on
Wednesday morning, the morning after the
arrest, as, loaded down with artillery, he
wended his way through the woods toward
his home. Wo made some inquiries of
parties who were at Bird's Toint at the
time the afftir is said to have occurred
and several times since then, but they had
heard nothing of it, and hence we conclude
that there is no foundation for the rumor.
Would not bo without St. Jacobs Oil if
it cost "i0 a bottle, says Mr. Busser, 2 Hi
Bush street, Chicago. III.
Dr. Stevenson, of Commercial point, was
in the city yesterday.
Judge J. II. Mulkey returned home yes
terday morning, and will stay with his
Mr. II. S.Walbridge, of Mounds junction,
was in towa yesterday, stopping at the
Mr. A. Marx returned from New York
yesterday, where he has bought a large and
fine stock of gents' furnishing goods.
The following persons were guests at the
Planter's House yesterday: Mrs. F. T.
and Mrs. W. 0. Meyers, of Parker's Ferry;
Messrs. O'Brien, of O'Brien's Landing; C.
M. Lane and wife, of Dexter, Mo.
Mr. E. C. Ford was confined to his room
about two weeks with throat disease and
bilious fever. A few days ago he ventured
to attend to his regular business and was
taken with a relapse, and is now again
Messrs. J. G. Thorn and J. Epstein, of St.
Louis, Mo.; A. Lonsdale, of Chicago, III.;
John F. Campbell, of Hickman, Ky.; L. A.
Goddurd, J. M. Buckhart and Elder Wash
burn, of Marion, 111., and H. S. Hose, of
Metropolis, 111., were registered at the
Hotel de Winter yesterday.
Pleasant to the taste and surprisingly
quick in relieving Coughs and Colds, it is
not at all strange that Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup has displaced so many other Cough
The annual public examinations of the
Cairo schools will takeplace next week und
in tire following order:
ELEVENTH STItKET I'KIMAUV.
Monday afternoon, Miss Hotchkiss.
THIRTEENTH HTKEET UUILUING.
Monday afternoon, Miss Kiley's room and
Tuesday forenoon, Miss Sisson's and
Tuesday iorenoon and afternoon, Thir
teenth streeth grammar school.
( OLOHED SCHOOL.
Monday Iorenoon, Miss Salter's room and
Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Tanner's room.
Wedncsduy forenoon and afternoon, Mr.
Wednesday forenoon, Miss Armstrong's
room and Miss Foss'.
Wednesday afternoon, Miss Warder's
room ami Miss Chase's.
Thursday and Friday, high school.
Patrons and all interested in the schools
are cordially invited to bo present at theso
5'Sni'kk or dust of any kind, and
strong, caustic or poisonous solutions ag
gravate catarrh and drive it to tho lungs.
Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy cures catarrh
by its mild, soothing, cleansing and healing
properties. Each package prepares ouo
pint of tho Hemcdy ready for use, ami
costs only fifty cents. 'Sold by druggists.
So posively certain is it in its results that
ts former proprietor used to offur a stand
ing reward of 500 for a case it would not
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is tho
marvel of tho ago for all Notve Diseases,
All fits stopped freo. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Peuu.
PHffljm DKUG STORE,
GKEO. 13. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue (
and Eighteenth Street. )
Several drunks and disorderlies were
tried in tho court of J udge Olmsted yester
day, and sent to jail to board out their
An old white woman named Agnes Shea,
whose name appears ofteucr upon our sev
eral police dockets than any other and who
had been fined at different times from one
to fifty dollars, which sho invariably stayed
out in jail, or returned if she was sent out
of town, was found "drunk again" by an
officer day before yesterday. "Well Agnes,"
said the officer, "I see you are' at it again."
"yes," said Agnes, with a hiccough.
"I think you had better go
Ami rnniirl it flin luilni A rnno H
continued the officer, "here is an order,
present it to him and he will let you in."
Agnes took the paper handed her and made
her way as best she could to the city jail.
Arrived there sho knocked at tho gate and
when the jailor answered her call handed
him the note of introduction. He read it
and with a smile helped the woman into
one of the cells where she remained over
night. The next morning he called her
forth and told her that she had better re
port at Judge Olmsted's court. She was
quite sober now and replied that she would.
True to her word she made a bee line for
the court-room and she came into the au
gust presence of the judge with the remark,
"here I am judge." "I see you arc, you
have been here before, but what for now?"
"Oli, I was drunk." "Well, what doyou
think I had b'-tter do with you, Agnes?"
asked the judge. "Fine mc, I suppose."
"Well a, how much do you think I ought
to tine you this time, Agnes?" "Oh, I
think you ought to be easy on me, judge;
I can't stand much, you know. I think
about well, aliout one dollar and costs
ought to be enough." The judge pondered
a moment, struck with the
novelty of the case and smiling in
wardly at its humorousness. After a
few moments he said, "I know that I ought
to be easy on you Agnes. You have been
here often have patronized me, much, and
it is a rule of business to let a good customer
off as easily as possible, but I think I'll
have to tine you alout five dollars and
costs, making nine-sixty altogether; and
when doyou think you could pay this little
amount :'' "I don't know," faltered Agnes,
"but, Judge if you'll just I think I can
get over to Hast Cairo on the ferryboat this
evening, where I can get work, and a if
you'll just give me a stay, why I'll leave
town, arid" "All right Agnes," interrupt
ed the Judge, "you shall have a stay," and
she smole a smile as she shufilcd out of the
court room and wended her way toward tho
A man named Cameron Nichols, of Ful
ton, Ky., came to town yesterday and, like
other "greeneys" before hint, thought it a
good time to wallow around in tho putrid
mire of the slums of the city, and also like
others before him, he was "taken in," and
then whined like a kicked cur. He got
beastly drunk and then wandered down
town ami found his way into tho den kept
below Fifth street by two negrcsses named
respectively, Lizzie Norman and Tennessee
Bandy. What he did there is not known,
but what they did to him can easily be
guessed. He entered with a sound body
and eighty dollars; he came out with a
bloody head and not a "red." It appears
that he bought whiskey, wine and beer
while in the house and made the women
drunk, who then pounced upon him, rob
bed him of his money and beat his
head almost into a jelly with a heavy
board. Officers Shechan and Hogan ar
rested tho whole gang and took them be
fore Squire Comings, but, being too drunk
for trial, they were sent to jail until to-day
to get sober. Tho money had not been re
covered last evening.
ALICE GATES' OPERA TROUPE,
The fair Prima Donna has gathered
around her an operatic organization of rare
merit, ono indeed which may claim pro
ccdenco in its ability to interpret to the sat
isfaction of the most exacting critic, the
light and sparkling music which is a char
acteristic feature of Offenbach's composi
tions. This wag fully realized by those
who attended tho performance of Les
Bavards, the one of his many compositions
which has secured thu largest Bmountof
popular 1'uvor. Of Alice Gates horsolt we
need hardly stato that at tho present time
sho occupies tho foremost place in tho esti
mation of tho public at large, a yn0
actress of surpassing excellence, with a
voice as clear, sweet and Joyous as the
proverbial lark when rising to greet tho
Tho troupo will, to-night, at tho athe
netim, give our people an opportunity to
hcor tho famous coinio opera, "Les Ba
vards" ono of Offenbach, ply8 and those
who neglect to secure good scats will miss
araro ovoning's entertainmonts. Rosorved
seats aro on sale at Ilartman'. without extra
- OE0. X. O'HARA,
Advtrliumtnl, iu mmptrtil not iuiinett card)
If fit or at m thi, column, 10 c rnl, ,ach in
itrttoti. 15.8.ALf ne ltnk "pacltj fifty ,t-
BWOdODA t HCIU LTZE.
AIANTED -Everyhodji to bavo money ami
l1li1htVV,,!,UJr,,l1r.l,l,Ure r"p,l,,r,!d lnd Mrnwhed
by I), r. Kiiir. Hhop opponiu. court lioime. Or
oVra by mail or at tbe .bop will bave prompt atten-
F OK BALK. -Tho beautiful cottage ,n(I ),.,
A COOKING HTOVB for nalo.wlth two Iron pot,
iV two bake pan and two griddle: will be told'
f"r ten dollar. Apply at Bulletin olllce.
Bttt in a paying manufacturing burin..,.. An
ply at No. HI Ohio Levee. nu
VOR RENT-Noon.., fnrnichid or niifiimldi.,1
with or without hoard, at ri.tMiiitlile ri,..
Apply at Bulletin bnlldlni;. rati.
A T II K N K IT M
ONK NIOHT ONLY,
Saturday Kveninir, March
R. E. J. MILES'
ENGLISH COMIC OPERA COMPANY
Will present Offenbach'i Ortatett Succeaa
Translated and adaoted from tha French eiprc,.
IT lor Alice Oatea.
CA8T OK CHARACTERS:
HAirV dMnlaw AL1CK OATHS
HKATKH I hi! ,V, ,hJ tiU"'n 8," Harold
iv J E. hla chattering wife..... Cum AUi'
1 UE all LETKtK B
I Creditors of Roland I
Aii?rimVn"N,?,0d'cr"d iM, '
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & 8DEET IRON WAKE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONS TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinois
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
C. O. PATIElt & CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreat 1 P.jjt.n Til
Commercial Avenue V.UJIU, Jilt
REPORT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, la the State ol Illinois, at thu dote of
March 11th, mm,
Loan and dincounta $ 217,177 07
U. H. bond to aeciire circula
tion vi.mo on
IJ. 8. bonda on hand VU'A W
Other itock, bond and mort
K"'' S!i,5:l0 01
Due from approved reserve
Hu'i'lita $81,400 5S
Due from other national banka 1.48ij S3
Due from Statu hauka aim
banker 38,077 W)-115,!iil 57
Ri al catate, furniture aud Ax-
turea - - 81,134 IS
Current eipentea and taxes
paid 3,671 40
Premium paid 17 75
Check and other catu ncm..f 7,&w TU
Hill of other Bank" U,76 00
Fractional paper currenry,
..l.-linl and Delittle Ml) M
Gold $J,XW.O J
Kllver 6,W T5-HR.0S9 7S Of
Ih-kiiI Tender notes l(M)00,t fr-'00 M i
Ki'demptioii rimd wllh U. H. i ''
Treamirer, (5 per cent, of clr- v.-
Due from U. 8. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent re-
redemption fund 4.700 00
Tota .rU7,4!l4 B5
Capital stock paid in t 1"Miiin 00
Hiirplus Kund iwunin mi
Undivided Proflta 8,843 ttt
National bank notes outxUml-
Ititt 15,000 00
Individual deposits subject to
Demand eertlAcatea of deposit, 10,4:10 41
Duo to other national hunks. 1.447 4ii
Duo to Htate bunks and
liatikori 13,9 18-880,009 M
Total k:)7,4!14 65
fit at A rf T1 llrnl ai tl.....a.. mm
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I, Thou. W. Halltdi.y,Cimhlrofthobovfln(imnd
bank, do nolemnly nwottr thnt th above utatumuut
ruv iv mo urm oi mv BnowirnRo una nciwi.
fT...t- W ll.MIIUV fl..K.n.
, I mrm in inuajssmi varumis
Subscribed and sworn to belore me this lHthdaf
ui aitrtu, 1O0I, m. d, IIOWI.KY,
CoBRf CTAttCt !
K. It. nttNNINOIIAM, 1
u. I). Wn.MAMsim, vDlroctom
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