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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
u Lihiifoiiimi. tvi unu Dr hue, each
JuVertlon. Kor one liioiuu. Wceule per Hue.
SliuviiifiT and Other Sunday Work of
We the undersigned, barbers of Cairo,
Illinois, aree to adopt the following prices
for 8iindy work, commencing on tfundiiy,
May 83d. 1881:
n.ild.vi.' Il-iir Cutting on bunday . .3.) cents
J. (Jkoiuik Steisiioue,
J. 11. DOKUl.MI,
Fkei) Stick eh,
Wm. T. Scott.
I oiler my store and rcHidunce, opposite
the court-house, together with stock and
lixtureH, Ht a bargain for cash. SatiSlactory
n,iHons for selling rivcd. This is the best
l-u-dnes stund in the city, especially tor
doiiiL' a couutry business. Apply to
" J. II. Metcalf.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard & Ren
iio " composed of John 0. Barnard and
, i .. n i ;.. ii.a Ih-cii dissolved. All
.limn i . jw mm., ----- . ,
...! .. in n oiurn take notice ot
iicrnous ciuiuui mux "...j'. .
the fact and eovern themselves accordingly,
John T. Kennik.
C.uho, III., April 20, 1881.
To Whom it may Concern.
Nonce is hereby given that Jonn T. Ren
nie of the firm of Barnard &, Kenmc, did on
the 20th ot April and thereafter publish a
notice of the dissolution of said firm, with
out my knowledge or consent. I therefore
give notice to all peisons, to pay no debts
due to said firm, i-r to purchase any materi
al U'lon-'ing to said firm, or to contract any
debts, or to lalM.r or have any transaction
w ith Baid firm until further notice.
J. G. lUnsAKh,
Finn of Barnard & Reunic.
Choice" Northern Butter.
One hundred small tubs of choice North
ern Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at G. M. Alden's,
78 Ohio Lcvcc.
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 customers in quantities to suit.
Orders' for car-load lots will receive prompt
iittentiou. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Wakd.
Yhiniur tlm summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
ii.nr.. iiromnt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheelers wood
yard, on Tenth street.
J Geo. W. Si'ence,
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Ilektoirraiih use, lorsulo ut iiik i)vu.mi
Having made extensive improvements in
- the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, we would respectfully
..-solicit a chare of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
state and, as to rates, we are ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
Botto & Gazzola.
Use The Cai ho Bulletin scratch books,
Jot sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
. or f 1.00 per dozen.
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
iKlmd free of chartre. 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.
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to be the best made. Borden,
Selleck ic Co., General Agents, Chicago,
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
In-muni, sores, ulsers. salt rheum, fever sores,
ettcr. chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions, mis bbivo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money reiunueu. a-ik,c,
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Hara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tbeee column, ten ctuu per line,
each InaeruoD. Marker)
Nun Plus Ultra Havana, 10 cents
straight, at Schuh's.
The chintz bug is said to have made
its appearance in DeWitt county. (
r-A storm at Peoria,Friday eveniug, blew
down the circus tent and broke up the
The annual convention of the Dioccso
, of Quincy will be held at the Cathedral the
17th and 18th.
At the close of last week about tlinvj
fourths of the corn crops had been plan'tvd
in Champaign county.
Mr. Loo Kiel) is having the lront.-.f
his saloon, on Ohio levee, near Eighth
street, newly painted.
For Balb Entire outfit of Roller
Skates, 2G pairs for skating rink or single
pair. Enquire A. W. P., Box 702.
A new wooden awning is being built
on the Washington avenue front of Messrs.
Yocum & Brodcrick's store, at the coiner
of Washington avenue and Eighth street.
A car load of choice. Michigan pota
toe. has been received by Mr. W. M. Cun
diff, an Eighth street.
-Miss Fanny Blicn is secretary of an
insurance company at Rockford, III. She
gets a salary of f 2000.
A new plank walk is being laid on the
south side of Twentieth street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
Commencing to-day Cairo and Vin
ceunes passenger train No. 2 will arrive in
Cairo at 8 :40 p. m. instead ol 0 :40 as here
tofore. A negro clergyman lrom South Caro
lina, who testified twenty minutes in the
WJiittaker court martial, received $275
Messrs Smith Bros, have extended the
awning on the Washington avenue front of
their store, so as to more effectually protect
the show windows against the sun.
A baby boy appeared in the family of
Mr. Thomas Stack, the blacksmith, at ten
o'clock night before last. Ten pounds was
the weight of the infant blacksmith.
-Howard Willis, agod 17,lell into the
water works dam at Decatur Saturday and
waB drowned. He was one the editors of
the amateur paper called the Reporter
Ti.n atxinir nml front of Mr. W. L
i iiu " " "to -
Bristol's temporary store on the north side
of Eighth street, between the avenues, is
being generally overhauled and painted.
A new and very substantial stage is
being constructed for the dock of the ferry
boat Three States. It is much needed as
the old one is nearly worn out. A new
wharf would also add much to appearances.
Late last evening we learned that Mr.
C. T. Rudd, in attempting to board a train
while in motion, tell and broke an arm.
Dr. J. H. Bryant set the limb. No other
injuries were sustained.
Eiht vagrants were sentenced at De
catur, Saturday, to hard labor on the streets
for two weeks, and to be locked up in the
county jail each night. This is an example
that the authorities of Cairo have no busi
ness to ignore.
A train load of gravel came in on the
Cairo & Vincennes railroad yesterday,
which was distributed - at vaiious points
alonjr the track where it was needed. Most
of it was used in widening the road bed at
the Union depot.
Mr. Kline, of the brick yard, is haying
Fourteenth and Fifteenth streets repaired
with offal from his brick yard, consisting
mostly of broken brick. He has this done
in order to enable his teams to haul brick
to various places in the city where houses
are to be built.
Yesterday morning, at three o'clock,
the little child of Mr. James Ross, who
Wn a rrrocerv on the corner of Tenth
Btn-nt and Washington avenue, died after
an illness of a number of days. The re
mains were taken to Villa Ridge in the
afternoon for interment.
Tho wind storm in this part of the
state on Saturday, blew down the wings of
the temporary barracks in process of con
struction at the Soutjiern Illinois Insane
Hospital at Anna, injuring one man serious
ly, and did considerable damage to property
at Chester and other points.
A dispatch received from Johnson
county by Sheriff Hodges yesterday cou
veys the intelligence that the court ot that
county has ordered the release of W. W.
Wilson, a Johnson county prisoner, who has
been for some time confined in the Alex
ander county jail for safe keeping. Wilson
At Alton a few days ago a man named
Samuel Myss had a cellar dug for the pur
pose of laying a foundation for a house. In
doing so it was found necessary to blast a
rock, which operation resulted in opening
a spring and flooding the cellar with water.
Pumps were brought into requisition and
after much labor the water was pumped
A negro named Charles Gibson was
yesterday arrested and placed in jail, to bo
tried to-day on the charge of breaking
open a freight car atCaibondale or Cobdcn
and taking therefrom a lot of small goods
suitable tor household purposes, such as
needles, thread, etc. He lives in a frame
house on Washington avenue, alwve Smith
& Bro's, and some ot the goods were found
at the house
There is a fellow named Cross, living
near Maroa, McLean county, who is sub
ject to peculiar fits, faintings or spasms.
Whenever they overtake him he is obliged
to succumb, falls to the ground and lies as
helpless as a dead man. To restore him,
his friends have nothing to do but to begin
stuffing food into his mouth. Meat, pota
toes, anything nourishing and healthful,
brings him around quickly.
Chief of Police Myers has determined
to proceed vigorously against all classes of
criminals, especially gamblers and their
colaborers in sin. If he will succeed in
bringing to justice several of the keepers
of gambling dens in the city,
and several of the most enthusiastic votaries
of tho black art, he will have done much
toward ridding the city of crime and cer
tainly merit tho applause of all good
Tho extraordinary numbers of emi
grants that are landing on the shores ot tho
United States is something almost startling.
Up to 1880 the greatest number of foreign
emigrants recoivod into this country in any
one year was in 1854 when this influx of
population amounted to over 818.000. In
1 1880 it rose to 327,000, and now, from the
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
present indications it looks as if tho emi
grants wero going to crown 1881 with n
incoming greater than ever by an enormous
amount. The statisticians are couuting on
.half a million addition to our population
from abroad for this year.
There are no new developments in the
Conkling affair to note to-day. There are
many rumors and much speculation.
The next move on the board is to bo made
by the New York legislature, and this it js
thought by some may bo postponed for.tho
next legislature, so as to give the people an
opportunity of voting to indorse either
Conkling or Garfield.
A colored man named Henry Flake,
living, when at home, on Washington ave
nue, uear Herbert's saloon, was run over
and seriously hurt by a train on the
Chicago, St. Louis & New Orleans railroad.
His wife was dispatched to-day before yes
terday and she started on the five o'clock
train for Jackson, Tenn., where tho accident
occurred. The man had one leg and an
arm cut off and was injured about tho
chest, which leaves but little hope for his
-John Jenkins, alias "Charleston," the
negro gambler, etc., was tried by Police
agistrato Comings yesterday alternoon
. . ii
u,m tlie cliargo oi vagrancy, no yii
nolruiltv. claiming that he was making a
Hiving by silver-coating spoons, pistols, etc.;
but the court was not satisfied with the
flimsy plea and fined him twenty-five dol
lars and costs and gave him four hours in
which to leave town. The same programme
ought to be carried out with the "Nobby"
Night before last . a crowd of mis
chievous white boys, who are almost night
ly gathered at the corner of Fourteenth and
Walnut streets, engaged in boisterous play,
threw hard clods of dirt through the win
dows of Mrs. Jenkins, a colored widow,
living in a 6mall house on
the corner aforesaid. They broke three
or four panes of glass and then, with loud
cries, ran away. "The woman, who is not
in easy circumstances, has no recourse, as
she did not recognize any of the young ruf
Our city authorities and citizens who
are interested in sidewalks building might
be profited by watching the experiment in
sidewalk buidiug that is being tried in
front of tho Halliday House. The pave
ment that is being laid down there is said
to be superior in every respect to any that
is now commonly in use. It is some kind
ol composition, firmly packed down, which,
when dry, will be as solid as rock and
equally as durable. It may or may not be
praticable for general use; at any rate it is
worthy of consideration.
Tho spectacle of a resigning official
(exeept when one resigns in order to take a
better place) is so rare that the great
double resignation of Senators Conkling
and Piatt created a genuine sensation.
Whatever was expected of thoso senators in
their grand, gloomy and peculiar contest
with tho president, it was not their resig
nations. Ben Hill or some other gentle
poet should at once rise and address the
senate as follows:
When lovely Conkling stoops to roily
And duds, too late, that men betray,
What charm can lootbe Conk's melancholy
What soap can wah his grief away?
The only art his "bilk" to cover
Aud bide his shame tn vegeaance One,
To rIto bis salary to another
Aud bent himself Is to resign.
There are several very good reasons
why horses should not be allowed to run at
large, chief among these is that they endan
ger the life of pedestrians and of persons
in buggies, etc. It is a vory common oc
currence that they gather in
squads and run through
the streets at a furious rate, dooming to
destruction anything that may come in
their way. This, when it happens after
dark (and it has so happened frequently)
endangers the life of all who may be on
the streets. Owners of horses, who do not
depend upon their animal's work for a liv
ing, can afford to keep them in stables and
those who do work their horses will not al
low them to run about the city in search of
food and to frolic, to the detriment of the
Last evening was the second of the
entertainment at Hartman's hall, and to
say that it was equal to that of the evening
before, is praising it highly and is as much
as to say that it was, in every particular, a
magnificent success. The attendance was
good bettter than the evening before, and
those who participated in the exorcises,
performed their parts remarkably well. The
ladies of the Episcopal church deservo
much credit for exerting themselves as
they have done and giving tho people ot
Cairo such a splendid musical aud literary
treat. Quito a number of our citizens par
took of the elegant n past set at the hall by
tho ladies yesterday noon. Tho programme)
for this evening appears elsewhero in this
issuo of The Bulletin.
To-day tho committees appointed by
tho fire companies and MyBtic Krew will
call upon our merchants with tho view to
obtaining subscriptions, for tho coming
Fourth of July celebration. It is necessary
that they should raiso four hundred dollars
in order to enable them to make the cele
bration a completo success and this amount
should be easily raised. Every merchant
every cititwn, in fact, is interested
in this affair, because, if
it is properly conducted and , of
a character to draw strangers to us, it
will be a credit to the city ut large, which
THURSDAY MOKN1NG, MAY 10. 1881.
will bo felt by all, but especially by the
merchants, for all time to come. In order
to insure a celebration that will bring our
neighbors hero ami entertain them magni
ficently, tho tire companies and Mystic
Krew have united their forces; hence
our citizens ami all others may rest as
sured that it will exceed anything of the
kind ever given here, if they are
properly encouraged by our people.
The programme that has so far been de
cided upon is about as follows: Morning,
grand parade through the principal Btreets
of the city by tho Mystic Krew and all the
fire companies, with their engines, hose
carts, etc. Evening, four races, in which
somo of tho best racers in this part of the
country will tako part. Night, a tnnguifi
ccnt display of firo works and dancing.
The fire works will bo superior to any ever
given in Cairo.
It is due tothe Cairo and Vincennes
railroad company to say, in answer to tho
question often asked by teamsters, "why is
the company's track not kept in repair?''
that the wet weather is principally to blame
for this apparent neglect on the part ot tho
company, l he company e gravel pits nave
been too wet to permit any gravel to bo
taken out and they are so situated that it
requires some time for them to become suf
ficiently dry. The company's construction
train was brought down to the pit day be
fore yesterday for tho purpose of "putting
the pit in shape" and if the weather does
not again change from dry to wet, the track
will be kept ill good condition. It appears,
tliereloro, that the weather has been more
to blame than the company.
According to the Jewish calendar this
is the year 5011, and some of their hollidays
etc. occur, accordingly to the Christian
year, as lollows: Dedication of the Tem
ple, November 28th, 18S0; New Moon of
Tebeth, December J, 1880; Feast of Tebeth
December 12, 1880; New Moon of
Shebath, January 1, 1881 ; New Moon of
Adar, January KO-111, 1881; New Moon of
Ve-Adar, March 1-2, 1881; Feast of Es
ther, March 14, 1881; Puriin, March 15-10.
1881; New Moon of Nisan, March 31, 181;
Feast of Passover, April 14-15,1881; Feast
ot Passover, April 20-21, 1881; New Moon
of Iyar, April 29-30, 1881; The Thirty
third Day of Omer; May 17, 1881; New
Moon of Sivan, May 21), 1881 ; Feast of
Weeks,. June 3-4, 1881; New Moon of
Tamny,Junc 27-28, 1881; Feast of Tamny,
July 14, 1881; New Moon of Ab, July 27,
1881; Feast of Ab, August 4, 1881; New
Moon of Elul, August 25-26, 1881; New
Year 5042, September 24, 1881.
Conkling's resignation leaves the sen
ate in the hands of the democrats. The
great senator's act has had a terrific effect
upon Washington, striking consternation to
the hearts of the republicans of the senate,
who, immediately after the announcement
of the resignation, went into caucus to de
termine what to do next. Conkling has
shown himself to bo a man of character,
who believes that a person should not vio
late with impunity a compact solemnly
made, even though such compact be be
tween thieves and in itself corrupt. While
such a compact is wrong aud, of right,
ought to be void, yet it is the republican
method, adhered to almost from the birth
of the party, (and sought by some to be en
forced even in our recent municipal elec
tion) to make and faithfully observe them,
and by their observance they have kept the
party in harmony and in power.
Garfield was faithful to Ids party's time
honored practice when he promised to give
Conkling control of the New York nomina
tions, on condition that he (Conkling)
would help him into the presidency; but
now, having been elected and being safely
in tho enjoyment of the results of the cor
rupt bargain, he repudiates it and scorns
the man with whom he made it. Conkling
has reason to bo angry at Garfield's
shameless violation of a solemn agreement.
The senate confirmed W. II. Robertson
yesterlay in spito of the fierce opposition
of the Conkling faction. A number of
other nominations wero also confirmed.
THE CARNIVAL OF AUTHORS.
ritOOK.VMME FOIt THIS EVENING.
1. Music, orchestra.
2. Tableaux, Constance de Beverly,
3. Solo, Flower Girl, in costume, Miss
4. Tableaux, Flower Scene, "All.ambra,"
5. Music, Vocal Solo, Mrs. W. P. Halli
day. 0. Tableaux, Othello relating his ad
7. Music, orchestra.
8. Tableaux, Fairy Land.
0. Music, Vocal Solo, Mrs. J. M. Hester,
10. Tableaux, Ghost Scene, Mad Scene,
11. Tableaux, Statuary.
Burnett's Coconino for Loss of Hair.
Chicago, Oct. 11,1880.
Three years ago my hair was coming
out very fast, and I was nearly bald. I
was also troubled with dandruff. I began
using Burnett's Cocoainc, and my hair im
mediately stopped coming out, and has con
stantly been getting thicker. My head is
now entirely free from dandruff. My wife
has usod tho Cocoaine with equally as grat
P. T. Platt, with F. MncVcagh & Co.
Burnett's Extracts aro the purest truit
F. S O H. O E M B S
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh and Twelfth Streets,
Is very busy making
Now in the time to give him your orders to get work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
GIVE HIM A CALL.
Col. Robert Lowery left yesterday for
Old Mines, Mo., where ho will roam for
about three months. He will undoubtedly
continue his labors hi tho temperance cause
there, as he is euergetic and thoroughly
devoted to it.
Coroner Richard Fitzgerald has returned
from Chester, where ho left three prisoners
from this county. He reports tho Chester
penitentiary to be in much better condition
than that of Joliet. "Dick" ought to kno.
tor he has been in both.
Mrs. II. A. Harmon has almost entirely
recovered from the effects of the terrible
railroad accident through which she passed
some time ago. She is able to be out
again since a tew days past.
Esquire Osboru and his half brother,
Mr. Charles M. Oslorn. took a trip around
in Missouri and Kentucky with tlie pur
pose of viewing the country. They return
ed in the alternoon.
Messrs. Mark Selter, of Marion, Ills., J.
B. Ilorbler, of Fulton, Ky., Alex. Murrcll,
of Jackson, Tenn., and Samuel Scott, of
Keokuk, Iovt'it, were at the Planters house
Messrs, A. C. Harris, of Charleston, Mo.;
J. I). Hurt and wife, of Jackson, Tenn., and
F. I. Brcen, of St. Loui, wero among the
guests of the Hotel de Winter yesterday.
Mr. Patrick Walder, left last Monday for
Ireland, his old home, to be gone several
Mr. Ed. Matthew?, of Carthage, 111., was
in Cairo yesterday.
TUK CARNIVAL OF AUTHORS.
The ladies of the Epissnpal church, who
have charge of the Author's Carnival, can
not but be pleased at the very gratifying
success which has attended their venture
outside the well mown field of church festi
Hartman's hall has been filled to its ut
most the ast two evenings with the most
delighted of audiences, and the manner in
which they have been entertained,
bespeak the most liberal pat
ronagc lor trie two evenings
yet to be consumed. I am glad to sec that
the ladies, ever alert for something new,
have dnlted into another channel in their
efforts to entertain the people.
Thestrawberry festivals and fairs, so long
in vot;ue, have happily fallen into disre
pute to be replaced by that, which lias for
its main foundation the property of intelli
gence. It can readily be supposed thai Dickens,
Whittier, Shakespeare, Scott and other au
thors represented have been read
by more people since this delightful
diversion has Ikm prepared for the public
than ever before, and many who never
bothered themselves with tho standards,
can trace their delight in exploring aud
feasting upon th.' good things, to the in
terest excited by the droll character of Boz,
and the elegant personations of other au
thors, in their graceful grand inarch alxmt
tho hall. Pickwick, tho marchioness,
Shylock, Dick Swiveller and tho inimitable
wax figures ol tho doughty Madame
excite a laudable desire to know more of
them, and naturally invite closer attention.
It is a good thing, ladies, keep it up as
long as the interest can be retained, and
the profits fair. You aro entitled to much
consideration as an educator of the public,
and every one, regardless of creed, should
lend their influence in making it a success.
hkcokokd hy aiicurr clerk ikvin ves-
T. W. and J. W. Chcncry.cxecutors of W.
D.Chenery to Harris Schultze; special war
ranty deed, dated May ICtli, 1881, for lot
numbered twenty, in block numbered fifty,
in the city of Cairo. Consideration four
Win. P. James and wife to Stephen Bird,
executor; quit claim deed dated May 13th,
1881, for west half of northonst quarter
and southwest quarter of northeast quarter,
of section ten, township seventeen and
range two. Consideration one dollar.
How Now! What Is It?
Tho great system renovator is Burdock
Blood Hitters. Try it and be convinced.
Price 1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Bad blood always causes trouble. It
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itch, tetter, &c; but no matter, "Dr. Lind
Sey's Blood Searcher" is tho cure-all.
Dr. Klino's Great Nerve Restorer is tlie
marvel of the age for all Nerve Diseases,
All fits stopped free. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
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AdvtrtittmntU in ntmartii (nvl Imtintii or,)
of fivt litui or us in Mm tuumn, 10 tmti nuh in
urlion. HALE, A cnttnKe and oiiu lot ultualot on
Jr Outre mrei-t between Walnut Mri-ft mjcI
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oait of IiIkIi ncliool liuMduiy
P'OK KENT. -The Delia limine, curiii-r of Third
rtreet and Commercial avenue Ha Ix-en thor
oughly repaired internally and externallv.
Dated only one hlork from all Ihe ruilnmd
and only two IiIim kc from the principal ru nnilxuit
landing. Apply lo V M . Mi 1IALK.
(JAKNIVAL OF AUTHORS,
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Children' ticket, 15 cent.
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KEl'OKT OK THE CONDITION
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ot Cairo, lu the State ol llllnoi, at the rloe nf
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V. H. bond to aecuro circula
V. H. bond on hand Vj.7Vi ll
Other alock, bond and mort
gage lo.TM Wi
Due from approved rearm
agent $l lWr 70
Due from other national hank Ti,Wi '
Due from Statu bauk- and
banker SS.fiW! 9fl IHI.TTH til
Keal entttte, furniture and fix
ture !)l,l: 1H
Current ezpeniea aud taxt-i
paid (l.MI I ml
Premium paid hi I 7 1
Check and oilier caxh ltem..$ 5.373 S.'i
Hill of niher Dunk Ill.&iti J
Krnctlimal paper currency,
nh kela and peunlc 'Ag 4'.'
Gold I'.M.IWI i0
Silver ,M5 00-34.1711 (rf)
Legal Tender note i.imi.ui Tli.icni 7.',
lti'deuiptiou fund with I'. S.
Treasurer, (i per cent, of cir
Due from V. . Treanurer,
other than 5 per cent re
redemption fund MM) 00
Total JiW.'.OW 47
Capital tnck paid in 10n.ni) 00
Suriilti Fund pti.oiai im
rndlvliled Profit ll,t!15 4:1
Nutiouiil bank uote outHund-
ing 4W. 00
Individual deporll Hubjert to
check 879.M7 81
Demand certificate of deponlt, Itt.iW Kl
Due to other national bunk, 2,470 liD
Duo to Statu banks mid
lianker ai.Wi 01-4'J,!t5 W
ToTAt, 8S,t2 47
Slate of llllnoi, county of Alexander, a.
I, Tho. W. Ilallldiiv, Cnhler of tin above named
bank, do eolemnly wear Unit the abovu atatemelit
la true to the bet of my knowledge and belief,
Thon. W. Hai.uiiav, t'ahier.
Huhcrbvd aud (worn to heloro me thla 11th day
Of May, lrJHl. M.J. Ilowi.ar,
It. II. CUKNINCIHAM, 1
(. I). Wii.mahson, V Director.
H. II. CANIjjtll. I
A STYLISH OUTFIT I
The Racine Harness.
It la tho hct harnoM tnndo for tho money. It la
not ttntfed with paper nor any rpntigv tulT. Sad
die of iamo,all our own make and will not gull tho
horen. The entire harnrea la made of good No. I
Leather. Stylleh and dumbly Diado. lam loopa
on llrldlc and Ilroaat Collure,
Sent C. O. D. Subject to Inspection.
Blnglo Harness, niark Trimmings i: no
" " O. l'lato Trimming n no
" " Nickel Trimming js (HI
" Don Ton or lllack Gold Lined
Trimming M, in no
Double " lllack Trimming gj oo '
" Don Ton, Nkkl or Oold
Lined Trimming 30 00
When ordering, muntlnn tlm m.,,1 r trimmit,,..
yo i want, alap, whether aide or over check, black
or rtiet Hand pieces for ivlna; alo whether trace
hackles are wanted on breast collar, Ilame or
Ilroaat Collars rurnlhif with iinuhin Uh...
ordered. Addroaa A. l.OIIDEI.L.
Liberal Discount tnr t n.,rl Ontnr. ri.,i..
For reference see editor of thl paper. '