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TUE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column, ave ceuta per Hue, each
I iHeriiiin. ror ona niumo, wwun ri
Notice to Shippers of Fruits and Vege
rvmimmoinirtit iUv. (Friday) May 20th
tlto fruit express traiu will run to Chicago
daily, except Baiimiays, a-nvni w
!) ::i() . in. 11. Uim-UK. Ageni.
ci,.,,ino- mui oilier Sunday Work of
We tho undersigned, barbers of Cairo,
Illinois, agree to adopt the following prices
f.ir Sunday work, commencing on Sunday,
May SJid.ltWl: 4. ,
Hair Cutting .,
Shampooing ....3u cents
Children's I lair Cuttingon Sunday . .35 cents
J. Gkouqb Stkiniioiisk,
J. 0, OOKKINfl,
Wm. T. Scott.
I offer my store and residence, opposite
4l.it Aiiiirt.ltiillftl' too-other with stock and
fixtures, at a barnraiu for cash. Satisfactory
reasons for selling given. This is the best
business stand in the city, especially lor
iloiiiL' a country business. Apply to
h J. II. Metcalk.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The copartnership of "Barnard & Ken
nie " composed of John G. Barnard and
John T. llennio, lias been dissolved. All
persons concerned will please take notice of
the fact and govern themselves accordingly,
John T. Ken nie.
C'Aino, 111., April 20, 1881.
To Whom it may Concern.
Nonce is hereby given that Jona T. Ken
nie of the firm of Barnard ii Kennio, did on
the 2Gt'h ol April and thereafter publish a
notice of the dissolution of said firm, with
out mv u-iiau.-li'(I.T(. or consent. I therefore
give notice to all persons, to pay no debts
due to said firm, or to purciiase any materi
al belonging to said firm, or to contract any
debts, or to labor or have any transaction
with said firm until further notice.
J. G. Barnard,
Firm of Barnard & Rcnnio.
; Argus copy.
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 Lcvco.
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
ico to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will rccoive prompt
attention. My ko Is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ico Co.,Kankakee, III. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
Durmg the summer season I will Tun an
ice wagon to all parts of the city and will
insure prompt delivery of pure lake ico to
customers, in quantities largo or small, to
suit. Leave orders at C. W. Wheeler's wood
yard, on Tenth street.
' Geo. W. Si'enck.
After all, a gentle purgative is the best
means of curing headache, liver complaint,
biliousness, &c. Uso "Sellers' Liver Tills."
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planters llouso and being now thor
oughly prepared to accommodate any num
ber of day boarders, we would respect iully
solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in this
line. Our accommodations are equal in
every respect to those ot any hotel in the
btate and, as to rates, wo are ready to com
pete with any one in the city.
liOTTO & GAZ.OI.A.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. a book
leaves to tho dozen books. 10 cents cacli
or $1.00 per dozen.
Uso the Pantairraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished onlv bv TiIB CAIRO BULLETIN
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
IJowk Scales aro guaranteed in every
particular, to bo tho best made. Borden,
Selleck & (., General Agents, Chicago,
Bucklen'a Arnica Salve.
Tho best salvo in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lovtr sores,
iitr. rhftnnuil hands, chilblains, corns, and
n kimta ni'.liin nruntions. This salvo is
guaranteed to givo porfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Gko. E. O'Hara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nunc In ihoM comraua, tea cull par line,
och Insertion, Marked
Nun Plus Ultra llavsnas, 10 cents
Simon Cameron was 83 years old tho
Tho Cincinnati bicycle club is going
to build t club house.
i --Charles O'Connor is bulldlug a f 10,
000 residence at Nantucket.
Kobert Lincoln will deliver tho ad
dress oo decoration day at Rochester, N. V.
A number of citizens of Ballard coun
ty have, called upon Hon. J. D. White to
represent that county In the next Kentucky
Tho excursion to Paducah tomorrow
affords a flnu opportunity, for thoso engaged
during tho Week to get needed recreation
Smoke the Golden Grotto cigar.
Union county has about 1,000 acres in
strawberries, and the yield promises well.
The Conkling-Gartield embroglio does
not interefere with the star route investiga
tions. The shovelers working on the railroad
grade at Piano have struck for an increase
of 25 cents a day.
Don't torget tho excursion to Paducah
to-morrow. Fare, round trip, only $1.00.
Tho fire commissioner of Cincinnati
estimates the cost of running the'' depart
ment for 1883 at $253,000.
Galo Sherman, of Lima, O., is on his
way to Boston on his bicycle the longest
tour ever nndertaken by a bicyclist.
An infuriated bull gored Timothy
Hall, at Lincoln, on Monday evening, so
that ln's life is almost despaired of.
"I assure you, gentlemen," said the
convict upon entering tho prison, "that tho
place has sought me, and not I tho place."
Healy.the American portrait painter,
has arrived in New York, titter having ful
filled a commission to paint tho king of
Of tho $20,000 required by Griswold
& Spcrry as a bonus for building their
$200,000 hotel at Peoria, $12,000 have been
Tho best 5 cent cigar is the C olden
Grotto, a full stock iust received at the
A lire in the business portion of tho
city of Nashvillo causing tho loss of about
flvo hundred thousand dollars, occurred
a day or two ago.
The voters of Nixon township, Do
Witt county, havo decided to refund $25,000
laidroad bonds in the next tew days at
lower rate of interest.
The volunteer fire companies of Alton
having disbanded, the fire department is
being organized on a new plan, with II. C.
Smith as chief Engineer.
The brewers' convention, recently in
session at Chicago agreed to spend $75,000
in testing the constitutionality of tho Kan
sas prohibitory liquor law.
Go on tho excursion to Paducah to
morrow. . .
John Cutler, an Aurora butcher, run
ning a race in his wagon with another
butcher, was thrown out, striking on his
head and receiving fatal injuries.
A flowing well has been struck in
Roanoke at a depth of 102 feet. It throws
tho water to a height of sixteen feet, and
gives a flow of fifty barrels an hour.
For Sale. A cottage and one lot sit
uated on Centre street between Walnut
street and Washington avenue. Apply to
Yesterday afternoon, at two o'clock,
the articles of incorporation of tho Cairo
Opera House Company were filed for record
in Circuit Cleric Irvin's office.
Larkin G. Meade, the sculptor, is mod
eling statues for three additional figures for
tho Lincoln monument at Springfield, to
represent freedom, justice and peace.
-All persons who have received notice
to pay their street tax aro requested to do
so immediately or their Barnes will bo giv
en to tho city attorney. Traber Arter.
The Chicago trade and 1alor assembly
is agitating tho question of cheap home
steads lor laboring men, and has organized
"tho trade and lalwr homestead associa
Everybody should attend the matineo
this afternoon, at Hartman's hall, at two
o'clock. The children will have the stage,
and it will bo a fitting finale to tho grand
The now city council of Rockford has
passed the ordinanco allowing liquor li
censes to issuo, placing tho fees at $500, to
be paid in somi-annual installments of $250
each In advance
A rumor bearing indications of truth
is floating alwut, that tho Vunderbilts have
captured tho Lako Erio & Western road,
running from Freomont, O., to Blooming
ton, in this state
Foil Sale-Entire outfit of Roller
Skates, 20 pairs for skating rink or single
pair. Enquire A. W. P., Box 703.
A gale on Monday blow down part of
tho stockado at tho Southern Illinois pen
itentiary, winch fact nerved tho convicts to
uiako a rush for the gap, but tho guards
forced them back.
Only ono case of drunkenness was
tried by Magistrate Comings yesterday
which constituted the extent of the polico
business in tho city, excepting of course,
the Lewis Loroy caso.
All tho railroad supply shops in tho
country are overrun with business. They
aro unable to supply tho demand for their
productions. Cairo's new railroads aro con
tributing their share to tho demand.
Wanted A good barber at onco. Ad
dress or apply immediately. Fred Houlen,
New Madrid, Mo.
Thirty-live boiler-makers, at Belleville,
demandod an increase of pay and tho do
maud was acceded to with tho exception of
two men. To this the wholo forco objoctod
and a ntoppago of work has ensued.
At a mooting of the Anchor fire com
pany yesterday, the following ofllcors woro
elected: George Hubbard, captain; Har
vey Wilson, foreman of engine; E.
F. Glover, assistant foreman
of eiiglno; William Keehne,
foreman of hose; Wm. Hardy, assistant
foreman of hose. . The company also de
cided to take part in the Fourth of July
Tickets for tho Temperance picnic to
day can be had at E. E. Comings' book
store, C. U. Stuart's dry goods store and
Barclay Bro's Washington avenue drug
John Sallado, ono of tho most promi
nent Odd Fellows of Wheeling, W. Va.,
owns up to having been stealing 23 years
from tho lodge treasury. Tho deficit is
from $2,000 to $5,000.
At Reform hall Rev. F. J. Adams
spoke to a good audience of temperance
people last evening. Ilia discourso was
powerful mid, at times eloquent.
Ho speaks at Fort Jefferson to-day.
All lovers of tundor, juicy beef should
call upon Mr. Louis Koehlcr, Jr., on tho
south side of Eighth street, who has pur
chased and killed as fino a young heifer as
was over brought to the city. Call on Mr
Koehlcr for your meat for Sunday. "
A Berlin dispatch says: A bill will bo
presented in the bundesrath regulating tho
employment of boys in mines, stipulating
that their hours of labor must not exceed
eight per day, and that their physical ca
pacity must bo certified to by medical ex
Cairo is represented on the Floral com
mittco for the decoration at Mound City on
tho 30th instant by the following ladies
and gentlemen : Mrs. W. R. McCullough
Mrs. C. N. Hughes, Mrs. Samuel Walters
and Messrs. W. D. Lippett, W. F. McKeo
and C. W. Henderson.
Chorles Johnson, an ex-special police
man of Decatur, who has been in the coun
ty jail since February last, in default of
$5,000 bail, has been indicted by the grand
jury for the killing of Porter J. Carson,
whoso skull, it is charged, he shattered
with a heavy club in a saloon.
Largo quantities of a peculiar kind of
rock called phoss rock, has been
for some time passing through
hero from South Carolina to Chica
go, whero it is being ground up with other
matter and solo as a fertilizer. A number
of car-loads pass through hero every week.
Some days ago Webb Arnold, tho war
den of tho La Salle County Assylum, was
assisting to take a newly arrived insane
man into the asylum. The man was turi
ous, and in tho operation caught Arnold's
thumb in his mouth and bit It severely. A
few days later Arnold lost the use of his
hand, and still later the whole arm has be
Tho water was yesterday let off from
tho Illinois Central railroad company'i
largo tank, standing near the upper curt of
the round house, and was allowed to take
its course in a strong current
down Eighteenth street, cutting
a deep rut the entire length of
tho street and flooding the low lots, just
below Mr. Osterloh's feed store.
Yesterday the man Louis (not Pete, as
before stated) Leroy, alias "Dutch Pete,"
was tried in tho court of Magistrate Com
ings and fined fifty dollars and costs. He
was given a stay until four o'clock in the
afternoon, when ho lcit town. At the time
of his arrest he denied every imputation of
wrong doing, but after the trial ho admit
ted that he was one of the boys who make
their living in mysterious ways.
The many friends of Captain W. M.
Williams will be pleased to learn that he
has been appointed to the position of agent
of tho narrow-gauge railroad, at this point,
in tho placo of Mr. Nauglc, who goes
to St. Louis to assumo a
similar position there. During his stay
hero Mr. Nauglu has made many friends
both as an olliccr of the road and as a gen
tleman. Captain Williams is certainly
worthy successor to him.
Within tho last week Mr. Traber Artcr
has collected about ono hundred and forty
dollars us street tax in the First ward alone.
This is a remarkable showing in com
parisou with former collections, which
amounted in all to only about
two hundred dollars. Ho is, not through
with tlto First ward yet and it is probable
that when ho is, tho amount for that ward
alono will reach nearly what it was for all
flvo wards before. Traber is an energettc
General Grant, in a recent letter to
Senator Jones, of Nevada, spoke as follows
of tho differences existing between Presi
dent Garfield and tho New York senators
"Conkling and Piatt are the chosen sena
tors from tho greut stato ot New York, and
that, too, against all tho opposition of an
administration created by tho samo party
that elected them; this should givo them
all tho stronger claim to bo consulted on
tho mutter of appointments in their state!
When it comes to filling the most influen
tial office in their stato without consulting
these senators, it is a great slight. .When
he selects tho most offensive man to be
found, it becomes an insult and ought to
bo resented to tho bitter end ! "
Without counting any incroiiso in sil
ver coin since November, the Now York
Banker and Broker furnishes the following
as a correct summary ot our present mone
tary circulation ; Gold, $250,000,000; Ril
ver coin, about $74,000,000; silvor certi
ficates, $40,000,000 ; national bank notes,
$352,000,000, and legal-tender notes, $310,
000,000; a total of $1,032,000,000. Tbo
Increaso since November 1, 1880, in volume
of circulation Is over $100,000,000, or a
galu of over ten per cent, in six months.
These facts are so plain that they present
their own inference. Our ranidlv increas
ing capital is making us the masters of the
dav. and no lonuer are wit In lm the ser
About eleven o'clock, last night, the
vote for tho queen of tho Carnival at Hart
man s nail was announced, and it was
found that Miss Ella Armstrong was elect
cd, she receiving twelve hundred and
Chicago elevators, according to official
reports, contained afc tho beginning of tho
present week, 5,800,709 bushels of wheat,
3,219,170 bushels of corn, 1,315,901 bush
els of oats, 55,802 bushels of ryo, and 00,
724 bushels of barley, making a grand total
of 20,532,406 bushels, against 10,731,753
bushels a week ago and 11,379,809 bushels
at this period last year. Grain in sight in
tho states and Canada on the 7th instant
Wheat, 17,050,000 bushels; corn, llj80,
000 bushels; oats, 3,191,000 bushels; rye,
400,000 bushels; barley, 1,092,000 bushels
Messrs. Herman Myers, Daniel Hart
man and Mayor Thistlcwood, tho commit
too appointed by tho fire companies and
Mystic Krew union to solicit subscriptions
tor tho Fourth of Judy celebration, were
out upon that duty yesterday afternoon
and, from two o'clock until about five, sue
ceeded in securing over two hundred dol
lars subscribed. This proves beyond a
doubt that the merchants and citizens of
Cairo generally are very liberal with their
money when they have good reason to be
lieve that it will be used judiciously for a
grand purpose. It will require but a few
hours moro work for the committee to raise
tho balance of the tour hundred dollars
Conkling's defeat in the New York
legislature appears to depend on an alliance
ot tho independent republicans with the
democrats. By announcing that if re-elec
ted he will go to Washington as an inde
pendent republican senator, and will put
himself outside of the caucus, Conkling
has made such an alliance excusable. This
declaration certainly estops him from claim
ing support as a party man and affords the
independents tho amplest excuse for mak
ing any combination to defeat him. The
news from Albany yesterday morning indi
cates that the anti-Conkling party already
have perhaps enough pledges to ensure the
defeat of "the boss" even in the present
Tho ladies of tho Episcopal church
have certainly exerted themselves to their
utmost to please the public, uot alone in
the way of ennobling entertainment, but
also in furnishing something for tho palate.
The dinners given in connection with their
grand amusement at Hartman's hall were
royal in tho variety and character
of the dishes presented. Ice
cream, strawberries, cake and innu
mcrable other delicacies in as many differ
ent forms and all tempting to tho eye and
pleasing to the palate were spread before the
visitor. The ladies understand human na-
ture thoroughly understand that the
physical must support the intellectual and
they havo acquired considerable tact in
providing for the sustenance of both.
Thus Waileth the youth ot the Ballard
County News : "That music that comes to
us from tho other side of the street glides
into our darker musings, and steals away
the sharpness of caro ero we are aware. The
fairy strains die away, and wo straiu the
ear to catch the expiring echoes of the sym
phonies, like one who eagerly gazes at some
vision of bcanty a3 it fades away into the
azure depths of the sky." Terrible, isn't
it? So young, so fair and yet so so oh !
'tis awful. Tho young man is doomed
Love-sick heart strings torn, bleeding
colicy mental abcration tangle-toot
dyspepsia cerebrospinal meningitis. He
should appeal to tho county clerk of Bal
lard for a prescription and marry at once.
His ailment is a conglomeration of mental,
physical, spiritual, nervous disorder, which
manifests itself in horrible sentimentalising,
and which neither ho nor his readers can
There is a little den at tho southwest
corner of Tenth street and Commercial
avenue, kept by negroes, which is not tho
abodo of angels of purity. It is not, per
haps, like others, the habitmW of persons
unchnstc in their daily life, but it appears
to be ono ot thoso numerous littlo pens oT
filth and wickedness, whero drunken
whites aro enticed to enter and relieved of
their valuables. Almost any time of tho
day, if tho door is open, several rough
looking caucassians in a stato of inebria
tion may bo seen inside, lounging around
on chairs and rude benches, while bcine
agreeably entertained by a hugo nogrcss.
repulsive in appearance and her burly pall
A few days ago this couplo wcro seen to
lead a drunken white muu from a saloon not
far away directly into their placo of busi
ness. But the officers aro awaro of tho ex
istanco of this institution and aro doubtless
keeping an eyo upon it.
Tho democrats of tho Illinois houso
have placed themselves upon record as tho
guardians of the people's money. All day ot
the 18th inst. they fought with all tho forco
thoy wore capable of against tho passngo ot
tho eighty-two-thousand-dollar appropria
tion tor the Chester penitentiary. Almost
ovory item was debated, the democrats in
variably fighting for n reduction and the
republicans for the extravagant onnroinia-
turn as it was returned from tho committee, to Mrs C. Pink's, at nines o'clock, this morn
This committeo had increased tho amounts ing, as It Is desired to send thorn back
asked for in several Instances'. As nmmnttv. rLmtimnnn will confnr a Invor
for Instance tho
190 Commercial Ave. between
' Is very
Now is the time to give mm
and promptly done;
ALL KINDS OF FURN1TUIIE REPAIRING DONE
neatly and satisfactorily. '
GIVE II I M A CALL.
asked for a convict's laun
dry was ten thousand dollars; tho commit
tee raised tho amount to fifteen thousand
dollars.' Tho appropriation asked for
building a new barn was two thousand
dollars; the committee increased tho amount
to three thousand dollars. And so on
through the entiro bill, the democrats in a
body opposing the scandalous robbery and
the republicans, also a in body, favoring it,
Those republicans Who were not in favor of
tho steal (if there were any such), wero
not heard in the debate. An
item of fifteen thousand dollars
for a solitary was fought against
by tho domocrats; but, in spite of them ami
tho fact that tho authorities of Chester am'
the warden of the penitentiary had inform
ed representatives that seven thousand five
hundred dollars would be enough for that
purpose, tho republican majority opposed
every effort at reduction and finally passed
it at fifteen thousand dollars. Tho demo
crats then sought to reduce tho item of fif
teen thousand dollars for a convict's kitchen,
to five thousand dollars, which would havo
been ample for the purpose, but the repub
licans opposed the reduction vigorously;
yet they were by this timo
just the least bit ashamed of themselves
and, after much talk, finally consented to
place tho amount at ten thousand dollars
Alter this a lew other reuuctions were
made, probably because the republicans
were sleepy and knew that tho only way to
get through in a hurry was to acceed to the
demands of the democrats, who were fight
intr nearly every item ; and when all was
done and the entire bill was finally passed,
it had been reduced to sixty-one thousand
eight hundred dollars, a saving to the peo
ple, by democratic opposition, of thirty
two thousand dollars on one bill in a single
Last night's entertainment at hart
man's hall surpassed, if possible, any given
thcro before. It was a success in every
particular. The crowd was larger than it
hail beeu upon any previous evening; tho
exercises, consisting of tableaux, songs,
music, recitations, etc., were all rendered in
a manner that was highly creditable to
those who took part in them and furnished
the most perfect entertainment to all present.
The different booths formed a standing at
traction to the audience. The young ladies
and gentlemen occuying them, dressed in
elegant costumes, looked charmingly and,
together with their immediate surround
ings, would have made interesting pictures
for an art gallery. The hall has been de
corated in profusion from one end to the
other, with flags, etc., which gives tho
whole room tho appearance of ono great
booth, magnifieccntly gotten up, with the
brilliant audience as the occupants. There
has never been an entertainment of any
kind in Cuiro that merited more praise for
variety, elegance, usefulness, and the gen
eral satisfaction that it lias iriven to all
who have attended it. Tho programme
as published in yesterday's Bulletin was
slightly altered, in so far as the opening
tableau was concerned, but otherwise it
was carried out, to tho unbounded delight
of all present. After the programme had
been completed a grand march of char
acters took place in which all those who
had taken part in tho exercises in costume
took a part. In conclusion tho
vote for the queen of tne Carnvial was
resumed, which, the evening before, was
left, standing as follows: Mrs. M. J. Pink,
fifty-five; Miss Mollio Webb, three hun
dred and thirty; Miss Carrie B. Krirubell,
fifty-one; Miss Annie Pitcher, forty-five;
Miss Mamie Sprout, twenty-one; Miss Ella
Armstrong, thrco hundred and fifty-five;
Mrs. Nettio Robinson, twenty-
one; Miss Fannio Barclay,
twelve. Miss Ella Armstrong
and Miss Mollio Webb wero tar ahead of
all tho others and tho former had a major
ity ol twciity-nvo. At this writing tho
final result ot the voting had not been an
nounced. MATINEE CARNIVAL.
AT hart.man'b hall at 2:00 o'clock this
1. Chorus-Miss Pitcher's music class.
S. "Sing a Song Sixpence."
3. Tho New Rheumatism Curo.
4. Fancy Danco.L'Eugants.
H. Tableau -Midsummer Night Dream.
0. Duct Mother Gooso.
7. Adventures of Ten Littlo Maidens.
8. May Polo Dunco.
0. Tablaux Puck and tho Fairies.
All ivrmma linl.linn- tlm Imnnrtml sulta
fmm OMrn .il to fl..n,t thnm
, -V . - r . 1
Eleventh and Twelfth Stree
your orders to get work we
Ailvtrlittmnls in nonfartil (not lutineti ca
of fit Una or lest in thit column, 10 ctnli tath
FOR SALE. A cottage and one lot situated
Centre street between Walnut street
Washington avenue. App'yto Wm. ALII.
VOH RENT Hooins, fnrnlMud w nnfiirnli
wun or wnnnui nonra, ai reasonable rn
Apply ai uuiioiin Diiuuing.
FOR RALE. At a haritain. a good buifiry
saddle horse; also a Koodtop hurity with I
neaa and outfit coniulc to. For further tnrtlc-u
Inquire at my residence on from utrcut, third d
oast of high tchool buildliiir
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REl'OKT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL I JAN I
at Cairo, In the State ol Illlnoln, at the e)oe ol
May 6th, 1881,
okii and discount
$ 2:a,67i ;:l
U. H. bouda to secure circula
U. 8. bonds on hand
Other atockil, bouda and morl-
Due from approved reserve
airent li yi tn
Due from other nationnl haiika a i on
Due from btuto bauka and
nauKera w n w iti -u r.
lu-iu rruiiu, iiiruiiure auu nx-
lurcB Q. v,., ,
V.UUI.HV i-iueupi-a anu taxes
Check and other ciikIi Item. ,t 5.371 3.1
III la or other 11inkn m -C!u in
Fractional paper currency.
nickels and nennlea in
Hold J.4.IW1 K)
silver H.MS 00-34.1711 no
I.egul Tender notes..
Itedemptlon fund with V, S.
ai,0t,) -76,0110 73
i renmirer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation Dun from U. 8. Treasurer.
other than 5 per cent re
Total VWi 47
Capital stock paid in
I l(H).in) m 1
nimiiii r una
Niitloual bnuk notes oiitstund-
i.wi";.V","..-..:."-.:'"-:-.-".--.- 43,938 uo
,i i uejiusna eunjeci to
I)i;miiiidcertlncatea of deposit, 23.S8S M
J'ue to other nmlotiul i,.,ia ino
Due to htuln Imnk. .,,,,1' '
bl,u";r 81,3(12 61-42fl,tX5 04
ToTAt- $082,052 47
HIJl,S,I!f lll,no1"- ronnty or Alexander, as.
I. TnoN. W. Hallldny, Cnshler of the above named
Dank, do solemnly swear Hint U10 alinvo stntemetit
la true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
. . Tuoa. W. Ham.way, Cashier,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this nth day
Notary l'ubll j
It. H. Cunningham, 1
J. I). Williamson, VDIroctor.
11. II. Canhkm. t
A STYLISH OUTFIT I
Tun Racine Harness.
It Is tljp best harness mado for the money. It Is
not atntled with paper nor any aponiiy stun. Had
dlea of sumo, all our own make and will not kiiII the.
horse. The entire harness la made of good No. 1
Leather. Htyllsh and rinrably made. C'uso loops
on Drldlei aud lireaat Collars,
Sent C. O. D. Subject to Inspection.
Slnulo Harness, Dlnck Trimming
,r " C. I'lato Trlmmli
.f 13 (K)
. 14 (Ml
. in 00
Bon Ton or lllacli
Trlmmlnifs lfl 00 J
Illack Trlniailnira us 00 J
Uou Ton, Mckol or Uold
I lull, ei,."i ui vruiu
Mnnit 1 rlmmlnus HO 00
wnen order Ing, mention tho kind of trimmings
yo i want, also, whether sldo or over
or rusaui oauu pieces
for lelusi also Whutlior trace!
bucklin are wanted on breast collar. llama oi
liroast Collars furnished with double harnnaa aa
ordered. k Address A. l.OUDKLL, 1
Kuclue, Wis. t
Liberal Discounts for Liberal Orders, and ntnlia? '
For refcreuce editor of this paper. ,.
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