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THE DAILY BUtlETIK
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thil column, Ova cent! per Hue, each
t 'noilinu. ror ona monio, D kuii jur one.
Notice to Milliners of Fruits ami Vi'tfi'
Comiuencinu to day, (FrMny ) May 20tli,
tliu fruit express train will run to Chicno
d iily, t-xci-rt Satimlnys, leaving Cairo lit
i) ::.() ii, in. U. v. UKrun, Aije.ii.
Sliavlnff ami Other Sunday Work of
We the undfrei(,'uel, barbers of Cairo,
Illinois, agree to adopt the following prices
lor Sunday work, commencing on (Sunday,
May 22d, 1881:
Slmving 15 cents
Hair Culling Itfci-nta
Shampooing 8,1 cents
Children's Hair Cuttingon Sunday.. a.') cents
J. Oeohob STEISIIOL'SE,
J. 11. Dokiuno,
Con had Ai.da,
Wm. T. Scott.
I nlTer my store ami residence, opposite
ihe cunrt honse, together with stock uml
fixtures, at u bargain for cash. Satisfactory
rorselliii!.' ifiven. Tliis is the best
busi-iess stand in the city, especiully lor
doing a country business. Apply to
J. II. Mktcai.k.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard & lien
nie " composed of John O. Barnard hikI
.John T. Itennie, has been dissolved. All
prisons concerned will please take notice of
tin: fact and govern themselves accordingly,
Jons T. Rknnik.
Cairo, III., April 20, 1881.
To Whom it may Concern. -
No'ice is hereby "Wen that John T. Hen
nie of the firm ot' B.n nard & Kennie, did on
the 2lllh ot April and thereafter publish a
notice of the dissourion ot said tinu, with
out my knowledge or consent. I therefore
five notice to all nersons. to nay no debts
due to said firm, or to purchase any materi
al belonging to said tinn, or to coutract any
debts, or to labor or have any transaction
with said lirui uutil further notice.
.1. 0. Bauxard,
Firm of Barnard & liennio.
Choice Northern Butter.
One hundred small tubs of choice North
ern Butter, put up expressly for family
use, for sale cheap, at 0. M. Alukn's,
78 Ohio Levee.
Ice, Wholesale ami Retail.
Iam now prepared to soil ice by the car
loud, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
pans of the city during summer, serving
ice to customeis in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
ftttentiou. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the, Kaukakeu Ice Co., Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. t)2. F. M. Ward.
During the summer season I will run an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ice to
customers, in quantities large or small, to
nut. Leave orders at C. W. Wheelers wood
yard, on Tenth street.
Geo. W. Stench.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
, ll. ktograph Use, for sale at The Bulletin
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters House and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate anv num
ber of day Umrders, wo would respecttully
solicit a fhare of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal m
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
state and, as to fates, we are ready to com
l te. with any one in the city.
Bono & GA7.7.01.A.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the oillce, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or 1.00 per dozen.
Usu the Pantagrapli 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 ami
other priuted stationery.
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
partieulir, to be tho be.it made. Borden,
Mleck ik Co., General Agents, Uneago
Bueklen'd Arnica Salve.
Tho best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, Bait rheum, tcver sores,
ctter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
even' case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O IIaua
UENKRAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in tliupi' coiumni, ton runs per line,
each Insertion. Marked
Nun Plug Ultra ffiivanaH, 10 cents
straight, at Sehuh's.
Bee notice of Illinois Central railroad
In spec'mUocal column.
At Vnn.lH.Ua miLxm Ureses have been
raised from 'Mm v hoo & yi.Rti
-Tho switch men'. riko Rt (jUcn,,0
tins collapsed. Tho men Iihvu aH resumed
Thero nro thirty telephone subscribers
in Pekiu for the Peora and Pekin telephone
Within the past two weeks, there have
been five doaths Irom cerebrospinal nwnin
gili at Btrcator.
Foil Balk Eutiro outfit of liolle
Skates, 20 pairs for skating rink or single
pair. Euquire A.W. P., Box 7H2.
The Jockey Club races at Blooming
ton, this year, will occur June 30th, July
ltl, 2d, and 4th.
Wanted A good barber at once. Ad
dresser apply Immediately. Fred Houlen,
New Madrid, Mo.
Henry Ward Bceclier is to lecture at
Bloomington, on tho evening of the 23d, on
the "New Profession."
Texas is going to buildj a ft,000,000
capitol. Plans, by E. E. Myers, of Detroit,
have been accepted.
Mayor and aldermen of Lowell, Mass.,
vote to issue licenses only to druggists, and
all saloons are closed.
The weekly papers of the republican
party in Pennsylvania are a unit for Oar
field against Conkling.
The people of Knoxvillo are to hold
an election on Saturday to decide who shall
bo their next postmaster.
A concert at the Newsboy's Homo at
Chicago Monday evening realized $1,100
for that worthy institution.
A fight has already opened in Pennsyl
vania against Don Cumeron's re-election to
the senate four years heuce.
The new bridge being built across tho
Mackinaw, near Kappa, by tho Illinois
Central railroad, will cost $ 20,000.
Gen. Grant has been appointed en
gineer to make preliminary surveys for the
projected Mexican Southern railroad.
Catholic congress at Madrid next
October to be attended by catholic nobi
lities from every part of the world.
The street railroads of New York owe
the city nearly $740,000 back taxes, and
they will have to pay it under a recent de
cision. The U. S. government will soon begin
building extensive works at Burlington, N.
J for tho printing of postage and revenue
Boucicault is on Ins way to Europe to
bring out a new Irish play ; but will return in
August to fill a great number of American
Annual session of the State Sunday
school association of the Christian denom
ination, is to be held at Decatur, June 7
and 10, inclusive.
Messrs. Griswold & Spcrry will build
themselves a 200,000 hotel in Peoria, if
that city will press the enterprise on them
by donating 120,000.
Tho first annual conference of the
Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Illinois will
bo held at Macon, commencing June 2, to
bo in session four days.
Thero is an cfTort being made to re
move RanBom, the murderer of Bullock,
from tho jail in Peoria to the Woodford
county jail at Metainora.
Tho cattle disease which so startled
herders along tho Missouri river has spent
its forct'. It is believed that not over 200
animals perished from it.
A statue of Gen. Reynolds, who open
ed tho battle of Gettysburg, is to bo put up
in Philadelphia. One gentleman has given
$25,000 for that purpose.
The Fifer bill, compelling a witness to
testify iu cases of misdemeanor to which lie
is a party, after a prolonged bebate was
passed in the Illinois senate.
Senator Youngblood will pull the tail
feathers out of tho American eagle, at
Salem, on tho Fourth of July. In other
words, ho will make the oration.
Tho elegant kitchen outfit, bought by
Mr. L. P. Parker in Cincinnati for the Hal-
liday House, arrived hero day before yes
terday, and is being placed in position.
On Saturday evening the republicans
of Davenport held a mass meeting and bit
terly denounced Conkling, Arthur and
Piatt in opposing Robertson's confirmation.
Mrs. Samantha Delano, of Hamilton,
Hancock county, has drawn a pension of
$1,500 from the government with an al
lowance of $20 per mouth the remainder of
During a thunder storm Friday night
a barn of Mr. A. Marean, a farmer, three
miles south of Belvidere, was struck by
lightning and burned, with six cows and a
large lot of grain, hay, etc.
Tho trustees of the New York free cir
culating library propose to ra'mo a fund of
$100,000 to establish and maintain a num
ber of free libraries in the more thickly
settled and poorer parts of the city.
It is reported that thero is to bo a
change in tho chaplaincy of tho Joilet
penitentiary, Rev. A. M. Pilcher, resigning.
His successor, to bo appointed by tho
board of commissioners, is not yet known.
Articles of association of tho Illinois
and Indiana Railway Company have been
filed at Indianapolis. Tho capital is $3,000,-
000, and it is proposed to construct a nar
row-gaugo road Irom Lawrenccburg to Sul
Charles Gibson, tho negro who, as
stated in yesterday's Bulletin, broko into
and robbed a freight car at I)u Quoin of
various articles of household notions a few
days ago, will bo tried in Du Quoin; thus
avmg this county several hundred dollars.
A small item in Tub Bullehn some
time ago, gtatiug that a turantula was found
in a bunch of bananas belonging to Mr.
Phil. Baup, hM furni8iied ttQ CXCUi)0 for
a kleptomaniac in Springfield, and tho
Monitor" of that city WnU darkly that,
l.K,kiug for turantulaa U not a good excuse
for stealing bananas, particularly when
THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
The walls of the first story of Messrs
Swoboda & ncliuitz' brick store are
Police Magistrate Comings yesterday
fined James Cary one dollar and costs for
By refering to the communications of
"I. A. M." and "Ajax," our readers will
learn all about the carnival yesterday.
Tho testimony in the Whitakor court
martial case was concluded on tho 18th
instant. Argument will commence Juno 1st
Tho Yacht Waif will be furnished
with a new propelling wheel within tho
next few days. Tho work is to be done on
the Cairo docks.
Grant's railroad contract has been np
proved by the Chamber of Deputies of
Mexico with one slight amendment, and
now goes to tho senate.
In a game of baseball played by th
Milburn and Clinton (Ky.) baseball clubs
a few days ago, the scores stood thirty-two
for tho former and nineteen for the latter.
-Tickets for tho Temperance picuic to
morrow can be had at E. E. Comings' book
store, C.R. Stuart's dry goods store an
Barclay Bro's Washington avenue dru
The Chicago & Alton Railroad mana
gers have discharged all the striking coal
train urakemen running lietween Braid
wood and Chicago and put new men in
their places. They were receiving $2.33, and
The three women, who were, upon in
formations filed against them by State's
Attorney Damron, tried in the couuty court
for being "keepers and patrons" of vicious
establishments, were discharged, the jury
in their cases not agreeing.
It is proposed to hold a convention ot
State Railroad Commissioners some time
in Jun, and Louisville, Ky., is named as
the probable place. Twenty-one states now
have such commissions, and a conference
among them should prove advantageous
The whole duty of a senator of the
United States is to control tho federal pat
ronago of his state. When tint is denied
him by an ambitious and overbearing pres
ident, then the senator, having no longer
any other public duties, should promptly
Half a dozen of tho Delaware ii Hud
son's oldest conductors have been sum
marily discharged as the result of an in
vestigation of their method of taking in
and accounting tor fares. One conductor,
it is staled pocketed $18 in making one
The committee on elections reported a
bill to the Illinois senate to reviso tho dec
tion laws, amending sections four and seven
and doing away with affidavits iu incor
porated cities and towns of over 5,000 in
habitants, and fixing the registration time
at two weeks.
In the state senate of Pensylvania State
Senator Alexander offered a resolution
heartily approving the course of Senator
Conkling and Piatt in resigning, and rec
ommending Senators Cameron and Mitchell
to do likewise. On motion of Mr. Cooper,
the resolution was referred to a committee
composed exclusively of Democrats.
The resignation of the two New York
senators has killed off Malione as a power
ful political factor. Formerly ho balanced
the power between the republicans and
democrats in the senate, while the vice-
president gave the deciding vote, but now
the democrats have a majority of two in the
seuate, and jlahone no longer counts for
For the last two days the circuit court
has been occupied in the trial of Battel vs.
the city of Cairo. Battel fell from the
sidewalk, on Sixth Btreet, just back of
Steagala's saloon, some months ago and
broke an arm ; ho instituted suit against
the city for two thousand five hundred dol
lars damages. The case will probably be
-The Cairo Reform Club givetheir fourth
annual picnic, at Fort Jefferson, on Satur
day, May 21, 1881. The steamer 'Three
States will make three trips, leaving the
wharf at eight, one and four o'clock. Tho
Cairo brass and string hands will furnish
music. Ice water will bo fouud on tho
grounds in abundance. Arrangements have
been made with Phil Ssup to supply all
with refreshments. Faro for tho round
trip, 23 cents; children, 15 cents.
Way man Crow, an eminent merchaut
of St, Louis, has given two hundred thous
and dollars to build an art museum in that
city, and other citizeus have guaranteed an
endowment fund of one hundred thousand
more. Valuable donations of sculptures
and paintings have been made, and tho in
stitution is already open to tho public.
St. Louis is not credited with much devo
tion to art, as it is behind every other city
of its rank in the country in these matters,
but where is Cairo?
Here is what a Washington lawyer
says of Conkling: "Although he is tho
groat power of tho state of New York, I
venture to say you can walk through Wall
street trom office to ofllco and they never
heard of his being in any game of specu
lation or avarice. Ho is a clean man, with
nothing of thedemagoguo in him, and our
people have been spoiled by political dem
agogues so that thousands of them dis
like Conkling without really having any
thing against him."
-Paducah's city council contemplates
tho aelting aside of tho taxes paid by tho
colored people of that city, for a school
Fill DAY MORNING, MAY
fund, to bo used exclusively for the crec
tion of suitable school buildings for the
colored children and their education. Pa
ducahismany years behind Cairo in thi
Chief of Polico Myers yesterday sue
ceeded in capturing Peto Leroy, alias
'Dutch Pete," who has been loitering
around the city for sotuo weeks, making
disreputable houses his headquarters
Pete is known as a thief and general hard
character and suspected of complicity in
burglary that occurred hero recently. Ho
will be tried in the court of Magistrate
Comings to-day. This raid on tho vagrants
and "aliases" is certainly commendable
The improvements that have been
made on Fifteenth street wero made unde
tho direction of the street committee, which
contracted for fifteen loads of broken brick
to ho placed in tho low places along tho
street. While this has improved tho con
dition ot the street greatly it will take
nearly that number of loads more to make
it lasting. In other words it will
take a second appropriation to secure
the work done by the first; for, a it now is,
ruts, etc., are likely to appear between the
places repaired with brick.
A letter recieved by Mr. Frank Cassi
day from his wife, who is at New Madrid
states that Mrs. LaForge, mother of the
young man w ho was killed recently by the
bloody vendeta of New Madrid county, is
in danger of losing her mind in conse
quence of the shock given her by tho news
of her son's tragic death. This is the sec
ond son of hers that came to his death in
an unnatural way, a former one having been
poisoned. Young LaForge was a cousin
to Mrs. Cassidy and a good tempered
brave young man. The desperadoes have not
yet been captured.
Day before yesterday evening the man
John Hanks, who stole a horse from Mr
Benjamin Wilbur, of Hodges Park, was
preliminarily examined in tho court of
Esquire Osliorn. Ho did not deny Un
charge, and could give no reason for com
nutting the crime, lie is a young man
and, it seems, was actuated more by a
spirit of mischief than downright cu.-sed-
ness in the theft. He was boun
over in the sum of two hundred dollars
and, in default of bond, was taken to the
county jail to await his trial in the July-
term of the county court.
-A little over u week ago the steame
Sherlock in her trip up left a crazy man at
this point that was destined for some city
further north. The poor wretch has been
lying around town here ever since, not re
ceiving the care, that is due a domestic ani
mal even. Yesterday tho Sherlock again
landed at our wharf and Chief of Police
Myers took the unfortunate man down to
the boat and, after a long patlayin which
threats of arrest were made, he succeeded
in getting the boat to take the demented
man away nom here, (Jairo ami Alexander
county have already more than their share
of paupers to take caro of, many of which
Iwve been brought here from other coun
ties. In fact it is in a great measure due
to the treatment given to foreign invalid
paupers and the conviction of foreign crim
inals, that the county's expenses exceed the
lawful income. It is not right that Cairo
and Alexander county should allow a Bin-
,'le peison within their jurisdiction to suffer
for the want of food, clothing and medi
cines, when these things can not be obtain
ed by the sufferer himself; but neither is it
right that other counties and cities should
send their sick paupers upon us.
Tho annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tho Missouii, Kansas and Texas took
place at Parsons, Kansas on the 18th inst.
All the stockholders were present or repre
sented by proxy. A special meeting was
called at 10 a. m., Col. R. S. Steveijs Joeing
elected chairman of tho meeting, and II,
B. Henson secretary. Tho purpose of the
meeting was to consolidate under one man
agement, to be known as the Missouri
Pacific Railway Company, the following
lines of road: Tho Missouri Pacific, the
Missouri, Kansas and Texas, tho Interna
tional and Great Northern, the Texas Paci
fic ami the Iron Mountain. These lines ot
road are all owned by the Gould faction,
with the exception of the Missouri, Kansas
anil Texas and tho International and Great
Northern, which are leased for tho term of
ninety. nine years. It was resolved at this
meeting that the stockholders of tho Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas railroad approve
all mortgages and contracts made by tho
Gould management iu reference to tho
Missouii, Kansas and Texas road during
tho time they have had possession of tho
same. It was also resolved to continue tho
construction of tho roads through to tho
city of Mexico, tho stock of the consolida
ted company being increased $17,000,000
lor that purpose. Tho meeting then
Ever since wo have been able to
judge of the matter at all, it has been our
opinion that the only requisites to a proper
marriage were five in number, namely,
legal ago, health, affection, a licenso and
twenty dollars per month ; but since yester
day wo have changed our mind. An in
cident to which our attention was called
at tho Planters house caused us to
tncroaso tho number of requisites by
one. A young couple from Paducah, newly
married, entered the oflicoaud tho husband
inquired "MiBtcr is this yer a boardin1
houso." "Yer sir" from Mr. Lem Hill, tho
gentlemanly clerk. "We I I Bor-
tor thought so. I reckon mo an my wife
want tcr put up here." "D you wIbIi to
F. S O H O E M B S
190 Commercial Ave. between Eleventh ami Twelfth Streets,
Is very busy making
WIEE SC KEENS
Now is the time to give him your orders to get work well
and promptly done.
ALL KINDS OF FURNITURE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily.
GIVE II I M A CALL.
stay over night?" asked Mr. Hill. "Ya-as
I reckon so." "Well" said Mr. Hill, point
ing to a large book on the counter, "regis
ter yourself and wife thero." The youth
shu filed up to tho book and in a most
diabolical hand, wrote, "Myself and Wife."
Wo are now of opinion
that at least ordinary intelligence
should bo one of the requisites of
marriage in civilized countries and we sro
no longer puzzled over tho alarming extent
of marital infelicity in Paducah.
Rev. F. J. Adams, of Springfield, bu
perinteudent of the Stato Temperance Al
liance, is in tho city and will address tho
people of Cairo at Reform hall to-night
Ho will also be at Fort Jefferson to-morrow
and address the temperance people there
He will leave after that, but return next
week in company with Rev. Pepper, presi
deut of the Alliance, and lwitli gentlemen
will bo present at a convention
to bo held hero on Saturday
A mass meeting will be hel
on the evening of the same day at whic
?t. Pepper, who is reputed a temperance
orator of uuusual jtower, will speak to the
people. The object of the Slate Alliance is
to uuito all the temperance forces of the
state with a view to ultimately carrying the
state in the interest of the prohibition
Yesterday Messrs. John A. Kuinmell, of
Charleston, Mo.; Oscar Stack anil wife, of
Olendalo, Ky., and A. M. Parker, of Hick
man, K., were among the guests of the
Messrs. Charles Wright, of Ullin, Ills.,
and A. B. Garrett, of Murphysboro, Ills
were guests at tho Hotel Do Winter yester
Paul Boyton, the swimmer, is at St
T T. ! I , . . ...
juouis. u is iiKeiy mat lie will pass
through Cairo on his way south.
Mr. Cyrus Crider, of Freeport, III., is a
visitor at the residence of Mr. P. W. Bar
Mrs. Court way, of St. Louis, Mo., is in
the city, visiting her friends.
Mayor N. B. Thistlowood returned from
iur. ruireu, oi ratiucaii was in
Mr. S. P. Wheeler is home again from
Paukxts who allow their children to
grow up with scrofulous humors bursting
rom every twre are tuiltv of a treat wromr'
Jhink ot them pointed out as branded with
a loathsome disease, and you will readily
mini ui vuueunt ueiiicuies.
THE CARNIVAL OF AUTHORS.
ritOOKAMME KOH THIS EVENING.
1. Music, orchestra.
2. Recitation, "Death of Little Paul"
Dickens, Miss Florence Halhday.
(flips' Tea Party, Jarley's Wax Works
a. Music, duet, Mrs. W. P. Halliday and
. Tableaux, "Vale of Cashmere" Lai la
5. Music, vocal solo, Mrs. J. M. Lansden
G. Tableaux, Queen Elizabeth and Lei
coster, Leicester confessing Ida marriage,
Amy Kobsart and Leicester.
7. Music, vocal solo, Mrs. W. P. Wright.
8. Tableaux, Midsummer Night's Dream
0. Music, Quartet, Misses Pitcher and
McKee, Messrs. Metcalf and Reya.
10. Grand march of characters in costume
with crowning of the Queen of tho Carni
val. FIUIHY DINNER AT THE CARNIVAL.
MENU. FJIIOAY, MAY 20'1'U, 1881.
Baked Lako Fish, Worcestershire Sauce.
Spring Lamb, with mint sauce,
Wlnttaker Hams, Sliced Tongues.
Chicken Salad, Lettuce Salad, Lobster
Salad, Beets, Pickles, Radishes,
Mashed Potatoes, Turnips, Maccaroni.
Boston Brown, White, Hot Rolls.
Lemon Pie, Cranberry Cream Tie, Jelly
Assorted Cako, oranges and raisins.
Iced Tea, CofToo.
Dinner 13 to 2 o'clock. Prico 00 cents.
Music during dinner.
Mountkd varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for Bale, at Tim BuMJWiN offlco.
AJvertiuminU in notfartil (not tutimit car,h)
of flvt linn or lui in Ihit ivinmrn, Ju emit tath in
1.0 II HAL1C A cottKU unit nnu lot lttintitl on
Conlru NlriH't between Walnut utrn-i miiI
W until nijtou uvuiiue. Ai'yt Wm.AI.IIA
VOR HKNT-HiM'tii, fiirnlhliiil y niidirnlcLiil
wither without liimril, m rennn.ul.U. rnii
Apply Kt llullutlu hiiililltiK.
1X)H 8AI.E. Jt a Urimtn, a tr I Imiriry unit
railillu Imrve; aliio I koikI top luiiruy wild liar
na and mum ruin pi t. For further purllcnUm
lii'iulid at my n cWi-nre on Crona Mn-el, third door
uaxt of high achool Imililine
VOR KENT. -TIih IHla Hi.iiae. corner of Third
- tlrrvt aud Conimi-rrlnl avi'iiiui Jin Ih-.-ti thor
oiitfhly repaired Internally mid i xternullv. I all
UHteil only one hlork from all the rnllroait flepoia
and only two l.lix k from the prlnilpal rti amhoat
landing. Apply to Vt M . li IIAI.H.
CAKNIVAL OF AUTIIOIJS,
Commencing Tnesday Evening May 17,
Four Grand Evening Eiitertalnmunta. ulth illller
eut programme each eveniuu.
Maifnlflornt Coctnmea, Fine Mualc. Vocal ami Or
rtieatral. A Novel, I'mUe and Iuatrnrtive
Literary. DrainuticArtistic and MtiMi al
Splendid Dinner aerrcd from li to a n'rlurk on
Wi-ilneada. Thnrarlay. and Frldav. for T ivritu
r..S,','V"n.,l,"',,' 'K ll'Uet, a rci.ta;
Children a ticket. l&cviita.
GRAND MATINEE FOR CHILDREN
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock. AdmlMlon lu
and 1-i cent.
N i:V TKSTAM KNT.
A mndeby the rnot eminent fcholar of Kneland
andAmi-nra. Half the I'rlo of Ctirrevpoudirii;
hi clih Edition. I.ark'e type, linen auper-cal. n-derj-d
(paper. i-li-Rant WuWIn A a paral "t orn
prehernlve Hintory of the illhle and It TratiHla-Jlon.-
Imludine a full account of the New Jievl.
ion, given to auhm rllier.
Ili-xt chance fr.r ae-ntt ever offered, bend damp
for particular at once. '
The Henry Hill I-uhliflilriR Company., Norwlih,
MILL AM) COMMISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HurbeHt Cash Price Paid for Wlieat.
KEi'OHT OF THE CONDITION
CIT Y NATIONAL J J A NK
at f ulro, lu the State nl Illlnol. at the dure or
May 6th, IBM.
f.oana and discount
U. H. liondH to secure circula
$ s.K,fi;i at
V . 8. bond on hand
Other atock, bond and inort-
Duo from approved reci-rvo
Ki'h! $IJft.fina 70
Due from other liutlnnnl hunka W
Due from Statu hunka uud
banker Bfl.W IB-lrVl.rTH (11
eai entitle, furniture and fix
Current expcune and laxi-a
t ni-cK iiini inner cfleii item.. j n.ii.i xi
lllll of other Ilanka 111,!!! DO
Fractional paper currency,
tilrke a and nenu e 42
Gold i-M.lM "0
Silver ,M8 OO-M.tTfi 00
Lt'Bal Tender note ai,iJO,lal -TC.INO 7!J
Iti-deinptlou fund with U.S.
Treasurer, (8 per tout, or clr-
Duo from U. H. Trimmer,
other than B per ceui re-
redumption fund 1.IHKI 00
Capital atock paid in
nur pin mini
tin Iv ded Profit
National hunk notcoiittniut
Inir Individual dcuoalt aubluct to
check fl7n,827 .'11
Demand certificate of deposit, M
Duo toother nntional bunk, Si,47U kU
Duo tn Stutu bunks and
bunker ni-4-jO,H05 (it
ToTAt. 1 $082,052 47
Btato nf IlllnolH, county of Alexander, a.
i.tum. w. iia naiiy, wisiiier of tho ahova named
bank, do aolcmnlv awvar that the alnv futemm.i
Ii truu to the beat of my knowledge and belief.
. ,. . , inoa. w. 1IA1.1.111AY, i.'asiucr.
Htinacnncd and iwom tn wm .n iu 11th .u..
ofMay.IBSl. M. J. llowi.tr, '
ComucT-AI.e,, Notary IMbll,;
It. II. CUNNINIIMAM, 1 1
0. 1). Williamson, MUreclnrs.
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