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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TIIUKSDAY MORNING, JULY- 7, 1881,
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Offlce. Bulletin Baildtnff, WaaMnjton Arnoe
1 CAIHO, ILLINOIS.
KKTKRKD AT THI POST OFFICl IN CAIRO, II
LINOId, AS BKOOND-CLABS MATT KB.
OFFlUlAL PAPIROF CITV AND OOCNTY
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Oaim, 111.. July B, 1H81. f
Time. Mir. Ther. Ban. Wind. Vl Weather
M..i.,...m Tmntnrc. H0: Hlntmum Tem
n Ktur 753 ; Kalo O.OU tuchee.
Kivur, 25 feel 5 tuchee. Kino, B luchjjft. RAy
Serg't Signal Corue.U. 8.A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
u .1. ik(....iinnN aImM r.Mnfii nnr Una ft)
i' Bret and nva centa per line eacheuhseijuout iuser
J,; tton. For one month, 50 centa per lino.
Thn Grcon Tree" IIouso at tho corner of
Fourth street andCommcrcial avenuo will be
opened to the public this inornine ana win
accomruodato any number of day or tran
sput boarders and lodgers.
Mrs. Mart Manning, Proprietress.
; , " Lawn Sociable.
?, The ladies of the M. E. church will give
a Lawn Sociable at the residences of Capt.
0. 1). Williamson Thursday evening. Good
music. Chicago ice cream and flno cakes.
They desire to see all their friends, and
A need their help. Let everybody come.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that has been left in
my care will be sold for money duo on
Bamc. Cillon . Mrs. L. J. Burns.
Second door from Bt. Patrick's church.
To Whom It May Concern.
All persons having claims against tho
celebration committee will please present
them to C. C. Mason before six o'clock p.
m. July 8th, as the committee will meet
for the last time and audit all claims at
7:30 p.m. All claims not settled at this
time will bo debarred.
Wm. L. Peiice, Chairman.
. Caiho, July Cth, 1881.
The Great Snmmer Drink
Sunday, July 3d, and every day thereafter,
Sundays included, "Otjnthkr's Celebra
ted Chicago Mead" will be on draught at
the "Golden Grotto." Mead is one of the
most pleasant and healthy of Bummer
drinks. Call around and try it; also El
mer's great 5 cent uailroad and Par Ex
cellence cigars, the best 5 cent cigar In
the city, warranted genuine Havana fillers,
besides the "Irvin's Choice" our best 10 cent
cigar, or three for 25 cts.
Wanted a good, sober tinsmith ; no others
need apply. a. halley.
For Rent A large front room, furnish
ed. Apply to Mrs. M. Boyle, between
Washington and Walnut, on Eighth street.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John II. Lane,
Cairo, Ills., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of flno Texas ponies. En
quire at G. M. Alden's commission store.
M. G. KNtonT.
Use Tub Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at tho office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
I am now prepared to sell ice by tho 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 receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ico, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
cphone No. l2. F. M. Ward.
Fevers and Intermittent of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Tills. (5)
The V. S. Government uses Howo Scales,
Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, in. (v)
Buck len's Arnica Salve. .
The btfst salvo In the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give ported aausiaction in
very caso or money refunded. Prico, 25
cents per box. For sale by ueo. is. uhara
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In these coiarana, lea cants per line,
each lusertlon. Marked '
Smoke Schuh's "Gilt Edgo."
Four persons were immersed after ser
vices iu tho Baptist church on Sunday
It has como out that Carlyle used not
only to simp tho tongs at Us wife's liltlo
dog Nero but that he once tiedaplecoof
tinware to its tail
This aftornoon.at 3:30 o'clock tho
Woman's Christian Totnpcranco Union will
hold its regular weekly meeting at Reform
hall, on Tenth street.
Largo invoice, full pocket cut, XX en
velopes all colon, sizes 0,0, Oand 10
Just received at Tub Bulletin office.
Get samples and prices.
Sheriff Hodge's office in the court
house has beou flulshed ami it again occu
pied. Clerk Humm's offlco is just receiv
ing tho now floor and will be linishod in
tho course o! this week.
Chock books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at Tub
Bhxetin office. Stock and work guar
anteed. Prices "rock bottom." t
Tho "Green Tree" house at the corner
of Fourth street and Commercial avenuo is
this morning opened to tho public under
the management of Mrs. Mary Manning.
Seo special local column.
On Monday evening the young people
of the city had a most delightful dance at
Reform hall. The attendance was just
large enough to make it agreeable for
Tho first wator melons of tho season ap
peared in this city yesterday. Four or five
wagon-loads camo over the river from Mis
souri yesterday and sold at from twenty to
Owing to dangerous sickness in his
family, ono of our compositors was com
pelled to leave for homo last night, thus
cutting The Bulletin's forcoshort and
lessening the amount of matter in this issue.
KifcSit hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and WcBt
sock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington acnuo corner Twelfth street.
Can't tho telephone exchango bo in
duced to take Thb Bulletin instrument
out. As long as it stays and continues to
ring wo will keep trying to use it aud each
trial only adds to the sins already accumu
lated against us.
Mr. J. P. Grace, tllo painter, who fell
from a scafTold on Smith Bro's store last
Sunday morning and was taken to tho
hospital tor treatment, was reported to bo
rn-Mincr aloni? nicclv vesterday. Ho will
r a o f "
soon be ablo to come out again.
Walton W. Wright clad in his elegant
drum major suit, ot Hancock and English
fame, played a conspicuous and an admira
ble part in the procession of the fourth in
slant. He lead the Mayflower band, re
cently organized by Prof. Will Emory.
In a list of the newly elected officers
of tho Knights of Ilonor, published in The
Bulletin a few days ago, tho name of Mr.
George R. Lentz was omitted. Ho was re
elected to the office of treasurer, which ho
has acceptably held for several years.
It is expected that a board of steam
boat boiler inspectors will bo established
in this city. That there is a necessity lor
such a boaTd here is sufficiently proven by
the lrequency with which tho board, now at
Memphis, is called upon to perform duty
Ono man fell a victim to tho extreme
heat of yesterday. It was Mr. Durell,
architect of the new elevator, who had been
in attendance upon Mr. Clotollo. He was
so completely overcame with heat that ho
had to be taken home and subjected to
On the night of the fourth the Theatre
Comique contained tho largest crowd that
ever gatherodtliere. Every incli of stand
ing and sitting room was contested. It
was estimated that at ono time not less
than five hundred people were there. Tho
performance was, ot course, excellent.
Our Dongola correspondent, whose let
ters como with such charming regularity,
continues to minglo with his interesting
news items, expressions of his admiration
of our "Cache" correspondent. In reply to
tho note accompanying his last com
munication, we will say that a letter ad
dressed to tho said "Cache" correspondent
aud sent to this office will reach its desti
nation. Tho extreme heat of yesterday caused
much sufferings not among tho human cre
ation alone, but also among the, dumb
brutes. Teamsters, it was Bomcwhat
strange, but certaiuly gratifying to "notice,
recognized this fact and did not forco their
animals to extra exertion. Horses and
mules wcro permitted to take their timo
aud the public wells in different parts of
tho city were mero frequently in use than
on other days.
Yesterday forenoon, at about eleven
o'clock, Mr. William Clotolln, tho man who
fell from the now elevator a day or two ago,
died. lie was in possession of all his
senses almost to the last moment. lie
leaves a wife and child who are now do
pendcut upon their own exertions for a
living. He is the third man that fell from
tho elevator, but he is tho first in whoso
caso tho fall resulted fatally. Tho funeral
will probably tako plaoo to-day.
Only fifteen or twenty membors of tho
military company gathered at tho council
chamber last night to attend to tho im
portant busiucss for which the meeting was
called, consequently no business was trans
acted, but tho time was vory pleasantly
spent by raffling off the elegant harness
left over from the fair of tho Sisters of
Lorctto academy, Mr. Michael Cahill be-
ng tho fortunate winner. Tho proceeds
will go to tho sisters. Another mooting
of the members of tho military company
was set for to-night.
Chicago telegraphs that bricklayers
and stonemasons are in demand in that city
m wages varying from $3.50 to $4.75 per
yi and that owing to tho large number of
factories, theaters and fine residences under
contract tho supply is not likely to equal
tho demand. This speaks volumes for the
prosperity of the great city of the west.
But Chicago can draw no bricklayers or
other mechanics from Cairo; for thcro is
more work for them hero than they can
perfoimand it is likely that, within tho
next few months, Cairo will have to follow
Chicago's example and advertiso for me
chanics. This week real estate transfers record
ed at tho circuit clerk's offlco wore as lol
lows: Taylor & Parsons to Wm. Young;
deed, dated April 11th, 1881, for lot thirty,
in block ninety, in tho first addition to the
city of Cairo. City of Cfliro to Mrs. Kato
Hamilton; deed, dated June 10th, 1881, for
lot two, in block four, in railroad addition
to the city of Cairo.
On Inst Saturday evening a negro
named Allen Calvin met a colored girl of
this city, about halfway between hero and
Mound City, and, after tying her hands and
feet to tho grouud, violated her person
Parties, who afterwards passed that way in
a buggy, heard tho girl's cries and camo to
her assistance. Tho black villain, who
comruittod thocrimo upon her, was shtly
after arrested and is now in tho county jail,
awaiting the action of tho grand jury.
For reasons satisfactory, no doubt, to
tho owners of the two Jackson horses,
"Black Cloud" aud "Flaxey," tho former
was withdrawn from the match that ho was
to havo run with "Octoroon," the Paducah
horse, at St. Mary's park yesterday after
noon, and therefore the race did not come
off. But an understanding between
Mr. Juny, the owner ot "Octoroon,"
and Ben Ilurnbleton, tho owner ot tho
Jackson horses, was entered into, by the
terms of which the two horses aforesaid are
to run a match on tho St. Mary's Park
track on or about tho first ot August, when
the horses will meot hero on their yearly
rounds to attend tho fairs in different parts
of this and adjoining states.
From the clerk of the steamer Silver
thorn the particulars of a murder commit
ted at James' bavon, alwut four o'clock,
day before yesterday wcro obtained
yesterday. Tho circumstances of the
deed were about as follows: For
some reason not given, Frank Plain, con
stable ot the county, assisted two roughs in
beating one Richard Gurlcy, a logger. The
men had just finished their sport, when the
Silverthorn landed and Gurley hurried
toward her with the intention of boarding
her. He was followed by Plain aud, when
he had reached the stage plank, he turned,
drew a revolver and shot at Plain four
times, killing him instantly, it is supposed.
Gurley then camo aboard and remained on
tho boat until she reached a certain land
ing between here and James' bayou, where
he got off and away.
An incident at once amusing and
showing remarkable physical endurance
took place at Sandusky, in this county, on
the 2nd instant. Messrs. D. D. C. Hargis
and Martin Wallace, two jolly farmers,
met at tho store of Mr. E. Smalling, at the
above named place, and, in a vein of
humor, Hargis, knowing Wallace's pro
pensity for whittling, offered to purchase
from Smalling a large, heavy-dry goods
box, having a capacity of about five bush
els, upon which Wallace might amuse
himself with his pocket-knife, on condition
that he would carry it home on his shoul
der. The task will not seem such an easy
one to tho reader, when it is understood
that tho distance from the store to
Wallace's homo is over four miles, and
that he was not to rest on the
way. Wallace accomplished the fete and
won the box.
The New York papers have various
details respecting the comet, which is still
visible, but observations and their reduc
tion havo not reached a stato that permit a
decision as to whether it is a comet hitherto
unseeu, or whether it can bo identified with
some comet that has previously undergone
astronomic observation. Tho probabilities,
so far as known, poiut to tho 16th of Juno
as tho day on which tho comet made its
nearest approach to the sun the perihelion.
It is now rapidly receding from both the
sun and earth. It is expected that for two
weeks to come it will travel
in a northeasterly direction, and
that it will reach its highest
northerly point on tho 10th of July, being
then in a straight line between "tho point
ers" in tho dipper and the north polo star.
Astronomers and photographers are giving
tho comet tho most respectful attention,
but whether tho phenomena witnessed by
those who have seen two comets bo owing
to refraction or othur optical delusion, or to
tho peculiar idosyncracy of individual eye
sight, has not yet been determined. Gaz
ing at tho comet after supper, or while "go
ing homo with tho girls in tho morning,"
may have had something to do with theso
cases of double vision.
Vennor says; "i Micvo the present
summer is ono in a triud t . similar sum
mers, probably the middle ono. It is like
ly to resemble in its chief features that of
1880, and to differ in somo of its minor de
tails. The month of July will give a groat
deal of ram, as in 1880, over a largo portion
of the United States and Canada, while in
Great Britain tho weather will, in all prob
ability, bo likewise stormy and wot. The
storms of wind, thunder and lightning are
likely to be sevcro and frequent. The
heaviest rains for Now York aud vicinity
would locate after the 20th, probably on
tho 21st aud 23d. Between tho 10th and
15th an exceedingly hot term is
likely to bo experienced in both tho United
States and Canada. Within a few days
from tho closo of tho month, probably
about tho 27th or 28th, a cool wave will oc
cur, carrying frosts in Canada and cool
weather generally, with storms of wind and
rain throughout tho United States. Where
Htorms have been severely felt in tho west
ern and southwestern Btatcs during Juno,
there also will tho sevorest storms ot July
bo experienced. Notwithstanding theso
froquent and severe storms during the
month, frequent alterations of fine hot
weather will counteract to a great extent
the damage done to crops in general in the
Yesterday morning a man came to the
city with a horso and buggy and offered to
sell the samo to Mr. Stephen Bradley tor
soventy-fivo dollars. Bradley bought tho
rig and paid over tho money. The transoC'
tion took place in tho presence of Chief
Myers, who snspected that all was not right.
Ho saw tho money counted out, and when
the stranger was about to thrust it into his
pocket, ho asked him to show him tho
money, that ho thought thcro was a mis
tako in tho count, Tho stranger did as re
quested and tho chief handed the money
back to Bradley with the remark that ho
would tako care of the stranger. The horso
was recognized by parties who saw him as
one belonging to Mr. Mulrooney, formerly
ot this city, but now tf Mound City. Ho
was telegraphed to and replied that a man
of the description given in tho dispatch to
him had hired a horso and buggy from
him for the purpose of going to Cairo and
back. No moro evidence was needed.
Tho horso thief, whose name is Wm.
Vaughn, alias E. A. Tucker, and is from
Fulton, Ky., was taken to the county jail
and will have a preliminary examination
From a financial standpoint the lato
celebration in this city was tho most suc
cessful of tlio kind ever given. It is im
possible as yet to gain any certain idea of
tho net proceeds, as the bills which were
contracted with the merchants of the city
have not yet all been liquidated; but that
it must provo to be considerable is
evidenced by the fact that tho gross re
ceipts were bo enormous. The beer stand
took in seven hufidrcd and eighty dollars;
tho lunch stand of Charles Edickcr, five
hundred and thirty dollars; tho
ico cream, soda and confectionery
stand of Mr. Phil Saiip, four hundred and
fifty dollars; the dancing floor, two hun
dred dollars, and the race pools brought in
sevonty-five dollars a total of two thous
and, thirty-five dollars. Among other
items of interest it may be mentioned
further that one man in Phil Saup's stand
drew two thousand five hundred and fifty
glasses of fountain soda out of one faucet,
and, although sixty-fivo gallons of ico
cream were sold at this stand, it was not
one-fourth as much as could have been
sold. The hack-drivers also made large
sums. For the protection of homo-drivers,
who pay license, foreigners were also com
pelled to take out license. This bad a
tendency to keep a number of vehicles
from the track, giving those who were li
censed a monopoly of business. Thero
were a largo number of them, nevertheless.
one of whom claimed to have received over
forty dollars in silver and nicklcs.
It is a universally expressed opinion
that the celebration just past in this city
was one of the best managed affairs of the
kind ever given hero and tho facts will
prove this opinion correct. In every partic
ular except ono there was an evident thor
ough understanding between those who took
active parts and consequently the peoplo
who witnessed the whole could not fail to
be well pleased. The exception referred to
is that the line of march was changed with
out giving due notice of tho fact to tho
public. Many people who had read the
programme as published, Btationed
themselves accordingly, firmly be
lieving that that they would
jet a good view of tho procession; but they
were sorely disappointed, for it moved di
rectly in tho opposite direction from that
which it was advertised to do. This chang
ing of tho lino of march on occasions of
this kind seems to havo become a chronic
disease with the managers of such affairs
in Cairo and thero is nothing more wrong,
certainly nothing more aggravating to the
public, especially tho disappointed portion
of it, than this habit. No consideration,
not even tho satisfaction of a spite against
a detested and, probably, overzoalous few,
can be accepted as a sufficient justification
tor such action. Wi'li this exception,
which may bo chargeable only to a want of
proper foresight, tho celebration, as a whole
and in every particular, was a complete
success, and it is dovoutly to bo hoped that,
at no important occasion in tho future, will
our citizens bo allowed to go away from
homo in order to find amusement.
We present tho following statement from
the well-known firm of Messrs. Lally &
Russell, boiler manufacturers, Cor. First
and C Streets, Boston: Wo can safely
testify that wo havo never used a liniment
among our men that equals tho great Ger
man remedy, St. Jacobs Oil. It has cured
several of them of severe bruises and burns,
and it has also effected a morvelous euro of
rheumatism m tho case of a friend ot ours.
A Significant Fact.
Tho cheapest mcdicino in uso is Thomas'
Eclectric Oil, because so very little of it is
required to offect a cure. For croup, diph
theria, and diseases of tho lungs and throat
whether used for bathing the cliostor
throat, for taking internally or inhaling, it
is a matchless compound. Paul G. Schuh,
Dr. Kline's Groat Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of tho aire for all Niv nianamta
All fits stopped freo. Send to 081 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Peun.
J)EAE MRS. , I am so glad to hear from yon and that the weather is go
cool and pleasant where you are, for the mercury in the thermometer has
ascended in a balloon and nothing but a bloomer costume is at all endurable
Yes, dear, goods in our line have been so awful high lately that I have
bought myself very little; but I was down town the other day, and having a few
moments upon my hands, I stepped into J. Burger's, and saw a full line of cornet
nice ones too -for 35 cents, worth at least 75 cents; large size parasols. 20
cents, cheap at 35 cents; farmer satin ones, 50 cents, worth $1.60, and all silk,
extra size, 75 cents, which I thought were worth 12.00. I don't see how he
can sell goods so cheap. Why, I saw ten and fifteen cent handkerchiefs selling
for five and ten cents. He has some new styles in pillow shams and tidies with
Frenchnames, Apclacate, (Dossier Brode). How do you like my French, dear?
Remnants, Jnlia, of all kinds, which, he says, he must sell at any price to make
room for the large stock, Mr. J. Burger, who is in New York, is buying daily
and to prevent accumulation. He says he don't believe in asking a big price he
cause he can get it, but believes in buying goods cheap and selling them like
wise, so as to keep things moving. His business is increasing all the time, sure.
1 read some merchants' advertisements about goods going np. By Mr. Burger's
prices I think New York must believe different, Well, yon know some mer
chants never will discover a FALL In prices until in RAINS goods. Don't be en
ticed into believing auy thing they say, but always buy what you want from tho
merchant who name the lowest prices for the best goods.
You ask me how I like the July styles. They are exuqisite. Mr. Burger
showed me his July Domestic patterns, and I know they are just splendid.
Yours lovingly, ANNA.
THE NATION'S PATIENT.
Tho dispatches from Washington yester
day were of a very satisfactory tone, for
they told of the slow but sure improvement
of the president's condition. They were as
Washington, D. C, July 6, "8:30 a. in.
The president passed a quiet, restful night,
and says himself that he feels more refresh
ed than at any other time since Saturday.
Physicians greatly encouraged.
Washington, D. C, July 6, 3:30 p. m.
Tho president's condition same as when
last dispatch was sent. He took more sub
stantial food than chicken broth and re
tained it. Ho demanded beefsteak, but
compromised on eggs.
Washington, D. C. July 6, 8:30 p.m.
The president's condition continues as
favorable as at last report. Ho has had a
very comfortable day, taking more nourish
ment than yesterday. Pulse, 104; tem
perature, 100; respiration, 23. further
bulletins to night unless the symptoms be
Signed C W. Buss.
J. K. Barnes.
J. J. Woodward.
George O. Farris was arrested under the
state law on Tuesday by Deputy Sheriff
Guy Morso for currying concealed weapon.
He was tried in the court of Magistrate
Comings, who fined him twenty-five dollars
and costs, in dofault of which ho went to
the county jail.
L. Ventril was titled ten dollars and costs
for selling plaster paris busts and figures
on the streets without license, by Magistrate
General Granf, a young negro, was charg
ed with using abusive language and was
fined five dollars and costs in Magistrato
Mr. Nuntuiakcr, express agent on the
steamer Gus Fowler, abused Ambroso
Brown, a negro, yesterday, and he was ar
rested upon a warrant sworn out by Brown
and brought before Magistrate (Jmiings for
trial. He was lined live dollars and costs.
Justicu Robinson had not much business
yesterday. "Bill" Williams was fined one
dollar and costs for being drunk, and sev
eral others who wero charged with minor
offenses were discharged. Tho most im
portant case was that of James Summer
well, who was charged with having defaced
a shade tree on Fourteenth street belonging
to Mrs.Phillips. Being engaged in moving a
house through that street, Mr, Suminoiwell
had passed a chain around tho treo and
thereby injured it in a niaunur that may
cause its decay, Mrs. Phillips swore out a
warrant in tho court of Justice Osborn, but
Mr. Summcrwell took a change of venuo to
Justice Robinson, who fined him fivo dol
lars and costs. The caso was a very ag
gravating one, Mrs. Phillips having re
quested Mr. Summerwoll several times to
romovo his chain from tho tree, but he re
fused. A wlllfull, determined violation of
tho ordinance protecting shado troos ought
to bo punished to tho fullest extent of tho
"Pour on Oil."
T. P Va11.iI Mnrlnn. O.. status that llO
t0 lUnrl Thm.ll EftlflntNfi Oil fOf DUniS.
nun iiovvi a wwutoo
lid. fnttnA nnrhtfirr in 0(111 ftl it Jtl lOOtfl
IIUU 1 1 (MS 1VUUU "" - I -
ing tho pain and giving relief. Paul O.
Tint, a nlmtilna fin tim faun, salt Rheum.
old sores, and all cutaneous eruptions dis
appear like maglo when Dr. Llnusey
Blood Searcher is used.
A J.OOKINQ BTuVB for aale. with twolruo pot
Vtwo bakapaoaandtwa enddlea; will bo told
for tun dollar. Apply at Bullailu office.
ALL peraont who hare ao far failed to pay atten
tion to Ihe notlcea itlven them to pav their
tret taxua, are rvqneated to do o Immediately or
le(al atepa will be tnken e?aloit them.
TUABEIt AKTKK, ColU-ctor.
rpo WHOM IT MAT CONCERN:
All pfraona holding building certlficatca of the
Cairo Turn (.umeinde are bi-rcliT rvqtirnted to pre
arnt Hie ame to H. chwan!ta, (t'lty Uivwtrr). for
pajmcut, from June Mth.lHHi. to.lime Hth.'l.t.'.
ED. A. BL'DEK.
STOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL S0RT8SIZES AND STYLKH,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK DONE TO ORDKB.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, lu tho State ot Illluol, at the docc of
June 30th, 1881,
Loaua and dleouota $ 22, in
Overdraft 1 Ml ft
V. S. bonds to secure circula
tion.... BO.nral 00
V. 8. bonda on hand S,6S0 UU
Othur stocks, bonds and morv
KK a 41,386
Due from approved reserve
SRenta $115,905 27
Due from other national bauka iH,(157 6-1
Dun from Htatu bauka aud
bunkers 1S,9!W OO-l.W.SC-J 81
lienl estate, furniture and fu
tures 31,4'iT IS
('becks and other men Items.. 2.M 01
Hills of other Hanks U,7ii 00
Fractional paper enrruutv,
nickels and pennies ;. jg-; j
Cold llT.tWi'j ()
Wlver 7,iW0 0O-21.fWi 00
l-ctrnl Tender notes iw,ui,0(l -fiO.Ml 4'J
Redemption fund with V. 8.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
r.nliitlou) ..... 2,000
Due from U. S. Treasurer,
oilier than A per cent ro
redemption fund l.ocs 00
Total $o0,5S5 97
dtpltiti slock paid in t lon.onn oo
Surplus Fund lououu 00
Undivided I'rollta 3,05U 05
Nallonnl bank notes outstand
ing 4S.000 HO
Dividends unpaid . H,0u 00
Individual deposits subject to
check I. 382,389 05
Demand cortlflcatoa of deposit, W.tm 0
Duo to other uatlonal banks, 8,!5 44
Dm to Htato bauka and
bauitora V. H.IIIB 83- 409,581) 93
Total f ,5W 97
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, .
I, Til os. W. Ilallldny, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solomuly swour (but the above statement
la true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tmon. W. Hau.idav, Cashier.
Subscribed and aworu to before me this 5th day
of July, 16bl. M. J. llowi.gr,
It. II. Cunningham, 1
O. I). Williamson VDIroctom.
II. II. Canpm, I
PUBLIC BALE OF LOTS IN RAILROAD AD
Pnblle notice li horohy given, tbat, n Saturday,
July th, IBM, at 10 o'clock a m . at court house In
the city of Cairo and state of Illinois, the lots In
Itallroad addition tathacltv of Calm romalnlno
unaold up to said day, will be sold at auction to the
blithest bidder for cash. Provided bida must be
not loas than the price placed on aald lots by the
commissioners heretofore appointed under ordi
nance No. 45. i). j. Vole y, city ciork.
Cairo, 111., June JTth.lssi.