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THE DAILY BULLETIN
MTKHBD AT TUB POT OFTIC IH CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, Al 8KOOND-CLAB8 MATTKK.
SPECIAL LOCAL 1TE3IS.
Noticet In thlaeoluino. nvti cant per linn, wo
I oertiou. Kor onu muuth. 60cut pr Him.
I otto my store ani ritmlenw'. pixito
tho court-liousi', together with stuck and
futures, at a bunfain for cash. Sutiatuctory
reason for wiling Rivun. Thia is tho best
business stand in tho city, csii'Cially tor
doiuft a country business. Apply to
5 J. II. M ETC A I.E.
Parties, wishing storayo for their linating
stoves, can be accommodated hy culling on
Win. M. Davidson.
No. 37 Eighth St.
To Whom it may Concern.
Nonce is hereby given that Joan T. Iten
nio of the firm of Barnard & Itennic, did on
the 2Cth of April and thereafter publish a
notice of the dissolution of said firm, with
out my knowledge or consent. I therefore
j;ive notice to all persons, to pay no debts
duo to said firm, or to purchase any materi
al belonging to said firm, or to contract any
debts, or to laW or have any transaction
with said firm until further notice.
J. 0. IJAUNAlin,
Firm of Barnard & Kennie.
The propei ty owners, desiring to pur
chase lols abutting their property ou rail
road street, are hereby notified that blank
deeds have been prepared and are ready for
delivery on payment into tho treasury of
the valuation, as fixed by the commissioners,
of the property desired to be purchased.
N. 15. Tiiisti.ewood, Mayor.
Cairo, 111., May 11,1881,
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Choice Northern Butteri
One hundred small tubs of choice North
em Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at it. M. AI-den s,
78 Ohio Levee.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customeis in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive, prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Tee, from
the Ifankakee Ice (XKankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 82. F. M. W'ahd.
During the summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ico to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Si'escf..
A. good stock of paper, expressly
Ilektograph use, for sale at The Bulletin
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now tlior
ontfhly prepared to accommodate any ntim
lierol'day boarders, we would respectfully
solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to thoso of any hotel in the
state and, as to rates, we are reauy to com
pete with any one in the city.
IJotto & Gazzola.
Use TiieCaiiio Bulletin scratch books,
for salo at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen Iwoks. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Use the rantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by The Caiho Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Buy the Improved Howe Scales ac
knowleded tho best made. Borden, Sel
leek & Co., General Agents, Chicago, III.
Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bni'mes, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds ot sKin eruptions. 1 his salve
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For Bale by Geo. E. O'IIaiia
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notice In thee coiumni, ten cenln per lino,
etch insertion. Mar Ken
Nun Plus Ultra Havanas, 10
straight, at Schuh's.
Mr. Win. M. Davidson has a notice of
interest to housekeepers in our special local
Yesterday forenoon, at ten o'clock, the
remair.s of Mr. French Axley were taken
to Villa Hidfje and interred.
Yesterday afternoon, at five o'clock,
the remains of Mr. Negly Budd were taken
to Evansville, where they will prolably bo
A notice of importance, signed by Mr.
.1.0. Barnard, of tho firm ot Itennio &
Barnard, appenrs in our special local col
umn, this morning.
The residence of Col. J. j, jimsont on
the west sido of Washington avenue, be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth stress, is
being newly painted.
Tho second addition to A. Marx's fine
stock of spring goods, ready made clothing,
gents furnishing goods and latest style hats,
etc., Las commenced to arrive.
The New York board of fire insurance
underwriters rato houses using the electric
light M ppwially hazaidoiiB, where the
wires are not properly Insulated.
A two story brick house on tho east
side of Commercial avenue, below Sixth
street, owned by Mrs. Manning, is being
Services will be held at the. Episcopal
church this evening at 7:45 o'clock. The
Rev. Irvine, assisted by tho Rev. Mr. Hig
gins, will officiate.
Olive Logan attempted a lecture at
Whitewater, Wis., Friday evening, but
fainted after speaking half an hour, and
was removed irom the hall.
The new transfer steamer W. B. Dun
can arrived here from Jelfersonville yester
day. She will lie finished hero and used by
tho new Mobile and Ohio railroad com
pany. To-day or to-morrow tho work on
Eighth Street will again lie resumed. The
ground is dry enough and tho Ohio river
has fallen sufficiently to permit the rock to
Tho attorney-general of Indiana has
decided that the new law allowing women
to serve as county superintendent is uncon
stitutionalnone but men heing eligible to
Any person wishing to purchase a
store and residence, together with stock
and fixtures, all situated in ono of tho host
business portions of the city, can find parti
culars of interest in our special local col
uinn, under the bead of "for sale."
Yesterday while tapping a fresh bar
rel of beer Mr. G us Swoboda accidentally
struck his thumb. mashing it severely. It
is said that in consequence of this accident
something that was to come before long
will, perhaps, not come off so soon.
Col. Robert Lowerv will lecture to
night at Reform Hall upon the subject
"Who is benefited by tho liquor tratlic in
Cairo." After the Colonel's lecture a May
Queen will be elected tor tho temperance
picnic, to be given at Frt Jefferson on Sat
urday, noxt week.
A. dispatch to Mr. Ed McCullough, re
ceived here yesterday afternoon, stated that
Captain S. T. Hambleton, of tho firm of
Ilambleton Bros., Mound City, died at his
home in Cincinnati, at one o'clock, yester
day. Tho captain was an undo to Mr. Mc
Cullough. Street Superintendent Gorman was
yesterday superintending the work of haul
ing the accumulated rubbish from somo of
our streets. 8everal men worked out their
street tax in this way. The work ought to
be persisted in for several weeks and ex
tended to all parts of the city.
An engine with a number of men were
yesterday at work on the narrow-gauge
track, just above the city, removing, as far
as possible, the mud that had accumulated
upon it while tho water stood over it. It is
thought that trains will again commence
running regularly in a day or two.
Mr. W. L. Bristol is making prepara
tions in the store room, on Eighth street,
until recently occupied by Mr. J. C. Clark,
to move his groceries into it. When the
removal 1ms been accomplished Mr. Bristol
will have his present store torn down
and prepare to begin the erection of his
new brick house.
Yankton, Dakota, is slowly recovering
from tho effects of its late terrific overflow.
The water has receded, but the huge boul
dcrs of ice are piled for miles along the
Bhore of the mighty Missouri, and blocka
ding tho roads and streets. Tho losses to
setlers from Pierri to Souix City are estima
ted at one million dollars.
Tho sewers will bo opened this morn
ing, tho rivers having fallen sufficiently to
permit it. Tho lakes, upon which many of
our young peoplo have taken evening ex- j
cursions and which, if it were possible,
could, perhaps, tell many a talo of whisper
ed love and ro-echo "sweet songs of maids,
with merry laughter blent," will soon bo no
Several accidents occurred in the Burr
Uobbius & Colvin circus. Tho man who
attempted to straddle four horses fell be
tween them and was slightly injured about
one leg. Several of tho acrobats, in their
attempt to leap over several elephants and
camels were also Blightly hurt, one of them,
it is said, breakiug an arm.
The members of the Rough and Ready
fire company are requested to meet at the
company's hall thia evening, at halt-past
seven o'clock, for the purpose of installing
the newly elected officers and for the
further purpose of hearing the report of the
committee on tho Fourth of July celebra
tion, and take such action thereon us may
The commissioners, appointed by the
secretary of state in matter of organization
of "Cairo Opera House company," convened
a meeting of stockholders yesterday tor the
election of directors ot tho company, which
resulted in the election of tho following
directors: 8. Staats Taylor, Thomas W.
Shields, Roswell Miller, Miles Fred'k
Gilbert, Chas. Galigher, Daniel Ilartninn,
H. II. Candee.
Last evening tho Hibernian fire com
pany met in its hall for tho purpose of re
ceiving tho report of the committeo ap
pointed at a previous mooting to consult
with other committees as to tho celebra
tion, by the firo companies, of tho coming
Fourth of July, and to take action upon tho
said report. Tho meeting was largoly at
tcuded and very enthusiastic. It was
decidod that the company should co-operato
heartily with the other companies aud the
Mystic Krew in an effort to celebrato tho
Fourth m a grand style. Tho same com
CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 13,
mittee was instructed to again
meet the committees of the
other companies aud communicate to
them tho decision of tho company ami to
take such other action as may bo necessary.
Another company of Wizard oil
sellers arrived heio from Puducah on
tho steamer Fowler yesterday afternoon.
Tho company consists of Mr. Hamlin's
general manager, Dr. C. 8. Ritz, and the
following other persons: Miss Lee War
ren, soprano; Prof. C. F. Utermochlen, or
ganist and violinist; Al. W. Fulson, tenor
Fred M. Wiuans, baritone, and J. B.Taylor,
master of transportation. They are stop
ping at tho Planters house and will remain
a lew days.
At Reform Club hall last night Rev.
Mr, Chaplin delivered an able and power
ful discourse on the subject announced the
previous evening, viz: "Tho Claims of tho
Christian Religion," which was listened to
with the closest atteution by the audience
At the close of the services it was an
nounced that, owing to tho occupation of
the hall by the Reform Club to-night, Mr
Chaplin would, by invitation, take part in
the temperance exercises. Prcachiug at
the hall again to-morrow night.
Messrs Summerwell and Baird, who
have tho contract for moviug the house re
cently bought by Mr. Peter Saup from Mr
W. F. Russell, yesterday got tho building
out on Washington avenue. They are
moving it up the avenue and
will leave it on the vacant
lots situated on tho westerly sido of Wash
inglon avenue, between Mr. Frank Healy's
drug store and Judge Baker's residence,
where it will be reconstructed into an ele
gant reaidcuce. Mr. Saup will build a
handsome brick residence upon the lots
from which this building was removed, on
the west side of Washington avenue, be
tween Seventh and Eighth streets.
Day before yesterday Sheriff Hodges
received a dispatch from Dongola stating
that a horse had been stolen from Mr. Ben
jamin Wilburn, of Hodges Park, and that
the thief hud come to Dongola to dispose of
the animal. The sheriff immediately start
ed tor Dongola, reaching there about ten
o'clock at night, and mado inquiries con
cerning tho Jiorse thief. Ho learned that
the man had offered the horse for sale there
at a mere trifle, but had not succeeded in
disposing of hiru. v After a little diligent
search the thief and the horse were found,
taken possession of and the horse turned
over to its owner, Mr. Wilburn, who had
also followed the thief to Dongola. The
thief, whose name is Hanks, was brought
heru by Sheriff Hodges and is confined in
the county jail.
Dny before yesterday a negro named
Richard Jenkins, living on Twenty-first
street, began a quarrel with his wite,
which ended in a rough fight. Mrs. Jen
kins was the heavier and stronger of the
two and, in a fair fight with
nature's weapons only, was very much
her husband's better half. He saw and
felt that she was giving him very much the
worst of tho fracas and, actuated by the
first law of nature, he drew a knife and
proceeded to cut around him very reckless
ly. He inflicted several wounds in his
wife's arms and hands, which bled profuse
ly, but arc not serious. Ho then fled to
ward Mound City, "followed a short time
after by Deputy Sheriff, Guy Morse on
horseback, who was notified of the affair
aud who pursued him until he reached the
trestle on tho Cairo & Vincenncs railroad.
Here Deputy Morse had to halt and thus
the negro escaped. Ho will bo watched
for, however, and the warrant served upon
him tho moment he again make9 his ap
pearance. Yesterduy afternoon, about three
o'clock, a terrific runaway occurred on
Commercial by which one of Mr. Patrick
Fitzgerald's fancy spring wagons was bad
ly demolished; Mr. W. Weber's delivery
wagon somewhat torn outof shape and Mr.
BootlYnn's team also sent scampering
down the avenue, probably damaged to
some extent ; but yet tho damage was not
as jireat as it might have been, for
there were no lives lost and
no human injured. The occurrence
came about after the manner following:
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald, assisted by two of
his hostlers, was hitching a span of spirited
horses to tho spring wagon aforesaid ; they
were in the entrance to the livery stable,
facing towards the Blreet, and they had
nearly finished hitching up when Mr. Fitz
gerald had occasion to leavo, instructing
one of tho men to hold tho horses' heads.
Ho was gone but about two minutes and
when ho returned ho found one of tho men
across the street and the horses and wagon
dashing at a, break-neck speed down tho
avenue. At Eighth street tho run-aways
came in contact with Mr. Weber's wagon,
knocking it out of ulmpo. and leaving tho
spring wagon behind In- a badly wrecked
condition. The horses then continued down
tho avenue, followed by Mr. Boot Pcnu's
tonm which was frightened by tho disturb
ance, and came to a halt near tho Union
railroad depot without being themselves
Mr. Crosby, tho traveling agent of Mr.
Hamlin, tho Wizard oil manulacturer,
appears to havo gotten into sonic unforsoen
trouble in his endeavor to procure a license
to Bell and advertiso tho medicino in this
city, which has already cost him not a ycty
small sum of money. Ho camo herewith
his company, wagons, horses aud modi
c.lmm.iipou several cars chartered for tho
occasion, with the Intention of passing
through hero. Arrived here, the
truck under his cars ' were
changed, preparatory , to continuing
on their way ; but after consulting with tho
mayor as to tho license charged for plying
his business here, Mr. Crosby concluded to
Btay a few weeks. He unloaded his enrs,
paid tho fare, and for tho work ofchauging
the trucks, etc., unloaded his wjiqons,
horses, medicines, etc., and put up at tho
Planters House. The same evening, having
been unable to obtain a license, tho compa
ny gave only a freo concert, not
selling any medicines because they had
not yet obtained tho right to do so. But
the next day Mr. Crosby sought tho mayor,
was told that tho licence for plying his
business was ten dollars for four days; he
paid his money, obtained tho license, signed
by the mayor, tho city clerk and stamped
with tho Beal of the city, and was about to
begin work when he was told by the chief of
police that his licence was of no use to him.
Ho accompanied the chief to tho mayor's
office, when it was explained to tho
sadly disappointed Mr. Crosby,
that the lawful licenso for his
business in Cairo was twenty-five, not two
and a half dollars per day. This amount
Mr. Crosby refused to pay, faying that had
he known this at first he would not havo
thought of staying here. In this dilemma
it was concluded that Mr. Crosby should
give another free concert without selling
any medicine, and that tho matter should
belaid (in the form of petition) befjore the
council, which met the same evening.
This was done. Mr. Crosby anil his compa
ny entertained tl.e people onco more witl
songs and instrumental music, ami the
council laid tho petition on the table.
Thus the matter stood yesterday. Mr.
Crosby and his company and rigs had been
here for three days, under heavy expenses;
for two days he held the authority of tho
city, properly attested and honestly ob
tained, yet he was debarred from exercising
the privileges that tho said authority seemed
to give him. Of course tho license is ille
gal; he can bo arrested and fined under sec
tion fifty-seven, page one hundred and thirty-six,
of tho city ordinances, if he attempts
to sell his medicine under it, but it is not
Mr. Crosby's fault that his license is illegal
it is an error on the part of those who
issued it, and perhaps the council had no
right to interfere in tho matter. It is a
rather complicated state of affairs "and" in
the words of Bcecher, the autograph writer,
"the end is not yet."
Mr. John Stevens, ot Grand Tower, Ills.,
was in Cairo yesterduy.
Mr. John Rector, of the dry goods house
of Mr. C. R. Stuart, expects his family
home in a few days .
Mr. Ed Jenkins, traveling salesman for
Mr. J. B. Reed, is in the city again.
Mr. James S. Morris, of Ullen, Ills.,
was at the Hotel do Winter yesterday.
Mr. A.Marx returned from New York
yesterday. Mrs. Marx left New York on
the steamer Rhine, last Saturday, lor Eu
rope, where she will spend the summer,
FKOM MAfilSTHATE tOMINUg' COL'ltT VE3TF.Il-
Joseph Venable was arrested by Officer
Willis for drunkenness, fined one dollar and
costs and sent to jail for three days.
Estella McAllister was arrested by Officer
Tyler for walking the streets after night.
She was fined five dollars and costs and
jailed for uine duys.
John O'Callahan was arrested by Officer
Dunker for violating chapter flye, section
twelve of the city ordinances. He plead
guilty and was fined tlvo dollars and costs.
A woman named Lee opposed Officer
Olmsted in the discharge of his duties by
refusing him permission to search upon her
premises for a person, lor whose arrest he
had a warrant. She was fined five dollnrs
and costs by Justice J. II. Robinson.
PnoF. C. O. Ditlkssis of the Chicago
Gmnasium,says: We recommend St. Ja
cobs Oil most warmly; the relief it gives is
Wk have just received sumo copies of
Sunday seh'xil library books, published by
David C. Cook, of Chicago, tor 5 cents
each, which are a wonder for cheapness.
Schools may now havo a library of 100
copies tor tlvo dollars. Mr. Cook will send
full catalogue freo.
Mothers! Mothers I! Mothers!!!
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child KUll'ering and
crying with the excruciating paiu of cutting
teeth If so, go ut once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will
relievo tho poor littlo sufferer immediately
depend upon it; there is no mistake
about it. There is not a mother on earth
who has ever used it, who will uot tell you
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
and give rest to the mother, and relief and
health to tho child, operating like magic.
It is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho tuste, and is tho prescrip
tion of ono of tho oldest and best female
physicians and nurses in tho United States.
Sold everywhere. 85 cents a bottlo.
It has icconio so common to write tho
beginning of an elegant, interesting article
and then run it into somo advertisement
that wo avoid all such cheats and simply
call attention to tho meritB of Hop Bitters
in M Plain honest terms as possible, to In
duco people to give them ono trial, as no
ono who knows their valuo will over ubo
anything olse. Providence Advertiser.
The following letter was received by
Chief of Police L. II. Myers yesterday
from tho sheriff of New Madrid county and
Bikkhton, Mo., May 11,1881.
Murahall at Cairo.
Dkak Sin Lookout for and arrest three
men tor murder, ago about 24 to' 20 years;
ono Frank Brown 0 feet 8 inches, weight
150, dark hair, mustache and side whiskers,
blue eyes, dark clothes, a No. 0 boot,
branded on top front "E Pluribus Unum."
And ono Jesse Myers, ft feet 1 1 inches,
weight 108, light hair, blue eyes, very slim,
walks slow, wears tight pants, dark, long
tailed coat, scar on left eye. And one
James Hamilton, 5 feet !1 inches, weight
110, wears cap and u pair of cloth shoes
with leather tip, a tight fitting Back coat,
has large, brown eyes, dark hair, sore on
right knuckle. These men killed a deputy
sheriff and wounded 4 others in New
Madrid county to-day.
Chas. D. Matthews.
A reward of two hundred dollars is of
fered for tho enpturo of each one of the red
Why do we Droop?
The vicissitudes of climate, the wear and
tear of business, the griefs, cares aud anxie
ties thnt beset us in every walk of life, suf
ficiently account for the premature debility
and decay so common among all classes in
this country. Strange, very strange it is,
thit with that potent vegetable invigorant,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, within the
reach of all, any one of us should forego
the health, vigor and vital activity which
its regular use imparts. lis effect upon tho
weakened stomach, the relaxed nerves, tho
torpid liver, the corrupted blood, the de
pressed spirits, is more salutary, refreshing
and cheering than words can express. It
is a medicine alike for the liody and the
mind, pure, nnd wholesomo in its composi
tion, harmless in its operations, and perma
nent in its restorative results.
Lady Bunh tt-Coiitts' Columbia mar
ket is to be turned into atobacco manu
factory. Tho thunder of great words does not
always betoken a great thought, for
many n grand saltito in fired with a
M. (ItiMavo pore's mother is dead,
aged 74. Ho always lived with her.
She was the widow .of a government en
gineer of bridges nnd highways.
Edmond do Lafayette, the younger
brother of the late marquis, is now tho
only living grandson, in tho direct male
line, of Lafayette.
Ex-Seeretnry KvarU gets even with
tho carpers who complain of his long
senb nee-". Ho says the only men who
objeet to long ho ti ten res are criminals.
It is now said thnt tho gentleman
known a1 Commandant AlfroifA) lvvard,
now serving with tho Boers, U no other
than Murphy, tho Manchester informer.
Secretary Lincoln's faeo in repose is
described as si iioiid almost to stern
ness; but when ho smiles it grows
bright, and then ho "is positively and
The crnprets of Austria complains
that England is disupjiointing after Ire
land; that there is no "leppin," and
that tho fields aro too sninll for a good
A distinguished German geographer
is of opinion that tho diamond district
of Africa is tho Ophir from which King
Solomon drew such lilieral supplies of
gold and precious a to nay
Physicians in the mining regions say
that the juveiico (if diphtheria is direct
ly traceable to oleomargarine, adultera
ted rnol:i.ses, sugjir, etc., which aro
largely used in that section.
Jefferson Pavis Bill, of Connecticut,
has completed his studies at Eastman
College, Poughkeepsie. lie has two
brothers named 1ceompton Constitution
Bill and Kansas Nebraska Bill.
Samnal J. Tilden, though now an old
man, is actively engaged in railway
operations. He is estimated at $10, 000,
000, and henco may bo considered the
richest bachelor in tho country.
Lady Walter Campbell and Miss Bal
dock, though not professional beauties,
aro gaining celebrity as among tho pret
tiest women in London, and the society
papers seem likely to niako them pro
fessionals in time.
Prof. Ko-Kun-Htia, who graces tho
Chineso chair at Harvard, has frequent
and severe twinges of rheumatism, ami
is said to express his opinion of tho Me
lican climate in language that is more
llowcry than celestial.
Tho wifo of the Hon. Timothy O.
Howe, of Wiswmsin, will reside with
her daughter, Mrs. Tottnn, in Washing
ton, while tho ex-senator is in atten
dance upon tho international monetary
conference in Paris.
Mr. Wash - McLean, of tho Cincinna
ti Enquirer, has purchased a lot in
Washington on which ho will eroct a
handsomo mansion, to bo presented to
his daughter, tho wifo of Gen. llazen,
of tho signal sorvice. '
Florence Percy," tho nuthor ol
'Rock Mo to Sleep," Mother, now lives
In Maine, and edits a pr-pcr there. Ono
of her young daughters has for a namo
her mother's nom-dc-plumo of Florence
It is proposed to build a ship canal
across tho State of Delaware' A com
pany is to bo formed with a capital of
$30,000,000, and application has been
made to tho Legislature for tho light of
An old mnn in San Francisco com
mitted suicMo because two confidence
swindlers hud robbed him of $2, COO, by
which act bo saved thorn from punish
ment, ns ho was tho only witness
Tho Austrian Empress' hunting ex
ploits in Ireland and England are con
sidered scandalous by tho stay-at-homo
ladies of tho court In Vienna, who8
tasto lies In dress, eating, balw. ana
Wnp tl.nr havo boon bedridden for
years havo been entirely cured of female
weakness by tho use of wu ""j"",',"
Vegetable impound. fe t M". Lydia
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u not: k hies.
YOCUM & MIODEIUUK,
STAPLE and FANCY
Washington Avenue, Cor.
OAIHO . . TT.T.e
A made l.r Ihe mot i-mlintil tcholar of Euidand
and America. Half the I'rice of l orripomlinK
Ki .Rlltb trillion. Larirc type, linen niper-i alen
den-d pHper, elegant Mndliiir A a trparat Com
prrbriKh-v lllMory of U lilhle and tin Tnibxla
li.nia." Including a full account t.f the Sew llevin
Ion. given to mliwrlljerd.
15e chance for aifenta rvrr offered, hend rtaiiid
for particular at once.
The Ileury liiil I'uhilchlnR Company., Norwich,
)ANK ST ATE MK NT.
JlEHUtT OK TIIK CONDITION
or Til 8-
CIT V NATION A I, J U N K
at Cairo, in Ihr State nl Illtnoln, al the cl-r ol
May 6tli, lni,
I.onn and diiPotiril
I-'. H. boiidn to ncurc circula
I.'. H. boniln on hand...
Other itcrka, bond and niort-
Due from approved nervn
a,'eiit $P.5,tJ Trt
Due from other national lmnk ',4k! Wi
Duo from Mute hank and
tr.1iki-r af.,W,' WV-lsl.TTH Id
Ki'Ul estate, furniture and fix-
Current cxpciitc and taiea
Clt'-cka and olher mh ltem..$ fk.?m S.1
fl.SI I It)
onm oi omcr nana In.iw uo
Fractional paper currency,
lilckelHund peuulo 20J 2
Oold ; I.'t.ll'll 'd
Silver tt,M5 0O-:!4.17fi Oil .
r.ejul Tender noli' 'ai,imi,iu 70,o) Ti
liedemptiiiu fund Mill) V. S.
Treasurer. (5 per cent, of cir
culation) ..., ...
Due from U. 8. Trramircr,
other than 5 per cent re
Capital Mock paid in
Siiriilnn En n d
National lunik note oilManri-
Individual depoxlt Hiiliject to
Demand certificate! of dcponi!, ii.-.an M
line to oilier liiitlolial halikH, 2,470 ?l
Duu to hlate hunk and
bnnkcr SI.Ki-i fil-430,'.iifi (it
State of Illlnoi county of Alexander. .
I. Tbo. W. Ilullidav, Caviller of the ahov named
bank, do vnli-nilily e:ir that the above tatcmelit
i true to the liet of my knowledge and belief.
Til on. V, II u.i.ida V, Cacluer.
SnWrlhcd and orn to before uie thl lllbday
or .May, lH.il. M J.lliiwi.av. .
It. II. CrNNINllHAM, I
U. D. Wn.i.iAMNirN, Director.
II. II.Camik. I
JfEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIKH te CO.,
Cor. Nineteenth atreotl ft,!,.- m
UonimurrlHlAvunuof VUUU, III.
oo "22 3
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Sa 50 i