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THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FIUDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
Offic: BulUUa BaUdlH, WukUloi Lien
CAIRO, ILLINOIS. .,. ,l
BITTKKKD AT TBI FOT OITKS IK CAIRO, 11
, UK0I8, Al 8EOOXD-CLAM MATTER.
OmAL PAFIR OF CITY AND COTJNTT
LOCAL WKATHIB REPORT.
Caibo. 111.. July 7, 1881 (
fwaT Br. Ther. Hoa. Win. Vel Weather.
8 a.m MM 94 79
1 au.U 94 47
p.m .( 94 46
n m 30.03 94 68
aletlronni Temperature. W; Minimum Tenv
pirsUire 74 ; Kaia 0.00 tncb.ee.
Hirer, 5tetlnchM. Stationary R
Serg't Signal Corp. U. 8. A.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nottces In tbl column, eight eents per line for
Unit and Ave centa per Una each aubetquent Inter
lion. For one month, 50 centa per line.
Ten good men to work at driving piles,
etc- on foundation of bridge piers at Mon
roc, La. Wages 2 25 to $2 50. Frco
transportation from Vicksburg to work.
Anly to M. Paxton & Co., Vicksburg.
Rogers & Senlky, Contractors.
A. " a HUM
Tho ''Green Tree" House at the corner of
Fourth strettandCommercial avenue will be
opened to the public this morning and will
accommodate any number of day or tran
iient boarders and lodgers.
Mrs. Mary Manning, Proprietress.
The ladies of the M. E. church will give
a Lawn Sociable at the residence of Capt.
0. 1). Williamson Thursday evening. Good
music. Chicago ice cream and fine cakes.
They desire to Bee all their friends, and
need their help. Let everylwdy come.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that has been left in
rny care will be sold for money due on
same. Call on Mrs. L. J. Bcnsa.
Second door frira St. Patrick's church.
To Whom it May Concern.
All persons having claims against the
celebration committee will please present
them to C. C. Mason before six o'clock p.
in. July 8th, aa the committee will meet
for the last time and audit all claims at
7:80 p.m. All claims not settled at this
time will be debarred.
Wx. L. Pkkce, Chairman.
Caibo, July 6th, 1881.
The Great Summer Drink
Sunday, July 3d, and every day thereafter,
Sundays included, "Gunther'b Celebua
ted Chicago Mead" will be on draught at
tho "Golden Grotto." Mead is one of tho
moat pleasant and healthy of summer
drinks. Call around and try it ; also El
mer's great 5 cent railroad and Par Ex
cellence cigars, the best 5 cent cigar in
the city, warranted fjenuine Havana fillers,
besides tho "Irvin's Choice" our beat 10 cent
cigar, or three for 25 cts.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John II. Lane,
Cairo, Ills., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of finafTexas ponies. En
quire at G. M. Alden's commission store.
M. G. Knight.
Use TnE Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
lor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to tho dozen books. 10 centa each
or 11.00 per dozen.
Ice, Wholesale and Retail.
T am now nren&rcd to sell ice bv the Car-
bind, or bv the txiund at criccs beyond
competition.' My wagons will run to nil
parts of tho city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Ordr-ra for car-load lots will rec .'ive urompt
attention. My ice is Puro Lake Ice, from
tho Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 02. F. M. Ward.
The U. i- Government uses Howe Scales.
Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, III. (2)
Fevers and Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Buckleii'M Arnica Salve.
'Tho best naive in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, uUem, salt rheum, lever sores,
etter, chapped bands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. . This salvo is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For ale by Geo. E. O'Haka
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlee In tnee eommnt, tan cants per Una,
acU insertion.. Marked '
Smoke Schuh'i "Gilt Edgo."
Francis Murphy, the tomporanco agi
tator, will sail for Europe m few days.
Persons wanting employment at from
3.25 to $2.50 per day will find a notice of
Interest under head of "Wanted" lu special
Large invoke, full pocket cut, XX cn.
elopes all colors.' alzea B,0 W nd 10
-uat received at Tub Bulletin office.
Get amplci and price.
Lotta, the actress, siya that if alio ever
marrict abo hopes to become the companion
of "tome handsome, wholcsoulcd, gifted
editor." That makes us blush.
1 -Chock books, order books, receipt
Wki, etc.. done on short notice at The
Bt'i.LKTiit office. Stock and work guar
anteed, Pricea "rock bottom ."
-A poem by "Linwood" is at hand and
will appear in Sunday' Bulletin.
Tho painter, J. P. Grace, who recently
broke his lei' and was sent to the hospital,
is doing wcfiv there being no danger of
death. ,', .
-Some fellow burglarized the boarding
house of Mr. Howard of a silver watch on
Thursday night. Only thi and nothing
Tho Hibernian fiie company met at iU
hall last evening. It was the company's
regular meeting night, but oo business of
importance was transacted.
The Ohio river is rising slowly. It
was twenty-five and a halt feet above low
water mark yesterday morning, at eight
o'clock, and during the day it rose nearly
half a foot.
A young white boy, in a spirit of puro
cussedness, egged a young negro yesterday.
The victim had the offender arrested and
Justice J. H. Robinson fined him five dol
lars and costs.
-In giving the order in which the Fourth
of July procession was formed TnE Bulle
tin failed to mention tho Delta fire compa
ny, which was an oversight for which due
penance has been done.
Police business was extremely dull
yesterday. Magistrate Comings had only
two plain drunks to try; Justice Robinson
nad only one case and Justice Osborn had
James Cantwell, of Mount Carmel,
who was adjudged insane by the court in
that city a short time ago, passed through
here Thursday night in company with two
officers, en route to the Anna insane asylum.
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and West
sock brands, and Cranes Irish linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenue corner Twelfth street.
Owing to the scarcity of sand, work on
a number of brick houses that are in course
of erection has stopped. It seems that
though the Band beds around the city are
many the supply is not tqual to the de
mand. James McBrido, an inmate of the sol
diers' home at Dayton, O., expressed joy at
the shooting of President Garfield. Ho was
marched out of the institution at the point
of a bayonet, and left beyond tho gates.
Served him right.
Dr.G.H.Leach returned from bis north
ern tripVednesday. He expected to go to
Lake Superior, but was suustruck during
one of those extremely hot days in Chicago,
was confined to his bed fivo days and per
force gave up hia pleasure excursion.
Yesterday evening little "Fritzio
Ilagie, who had climoed into a shade tree
standing near the corner of Sixteenth and
Locust streets, fell from the tree, a distance
of about fifteen feet, but, beyond being
momentarily stunned, ho sustained no in
A new two-story brick business house
is to bo erected on the vacant lots on the
northeast corner of Tenth street and Com
mercial avenue. Mr. Patrick Maloncy
owns the property and is building the
house. He will occupy it, when finished, as
a saloon and eating house.
The new belU and other arrangements
for tho Cairo telephone exchango arrived J
yesterday. Now when tho new fitty-fivc-foot
poles arrive there will bo no longer
any reason for delaying tho work of remov
ing tho old "contraption," reconstructing
the old wire system, and introducing a new
and harmonious systom. Cheer up, ye
long Buffeting and much tormented sub
scribers to the Cairo telephone exchange; a
good system is near at hand.
Yesterday Mr. John English com
menced work on a new addition that lie is
to build to tho east sido of the Episcopal
church on Fourteenth street. Tho addi
tion is to bo sixteen by eighteen feet and
the entire height of tho church. It is to
contain a room for uso by tho rector, and
the remainder is to bo occupied by the or
gan, which will le removed upon the op
posite ol the church to where it now stands.
People who aro compelled to pass up
and down Washington avenue half a dozen
times per day aro anxiously waiting for the
time when the sprinkler will make its dully
rounds of that much used street. In theso
warm days, when every team that passes
sends clouds of dust into tho air, which is
carried by the barely perceptible breeze
into tho eyes, oars, mouths, nostrils mid
lungs ot tho overheated pedestrians, the
virtues of a street sprinkler can he recog
nized and appreciated.
The maximum temperaturo for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington timo) were as fol
lows : Chattanooga, Tenn., 01 ; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 05; Davenport, Iowa, 02; Dubuque,
Iowa, 00; Keokuk, Iowa, 00; LaCrosso,
Wis., 82; Leavenworth, Kas., OH; Louis
ville Ky., 05; Memphis, Tenn., C7; Nash
ville, Tenn., 00; Omaha, Neb., 00; Pitts
burg, Pa., 04; Shreveport, La., 08; St.
Louis, Mo., 00; St. Taul, Minn., 8J; Vicks
burg, Miss., 100; North Tlatto, Neb., 01;
Bismarck, Dak., ; Dodge City, Run., 07.
Two more victim were demanded and
obtained by the heat yoaterday. A white
man working on the roof of Mr. Steagala's
saloon, on Commercial avenue bulow the
Thcatro Comiquo, became suddenly dizzy
about ten o'clock In tho morning and had
to bo assisted down and taken care of. The
other case was a colored man named Nel
son Pcrryuo had been at work ull day
digging a ditch in which to place the sower
on railroad street, botween Sixth and
Eighth streets. About 5 :30 o'clock he fell,
overcome with heat. An immediate and
plentiful application of cold water
bad the effect of restoring him to con
ciousness, but he had to be assisted homo.
The white man, whose namo wo did'not
learn, was still unable to return to duty
A colored benevolent organization is
having a hall of some size erected on tho
north side of Eleventh street, between
Washington avenue and Walnut street.
The hall is about sixty by forty feet in size,
and is to be used for the meeting place for
their organization and fur other purposes.
It is being built of material that at ono
time formed one or more of the many pala
tial residences opposite the slaughterhouses
near the Mississippi river.
It will bo a sad day for tho American
republic when its chjef magistrate shall he
compelled to surround himself with any
greater satcguards to protect bis life than
are required by tho humblest citizen. Yet
under the present system every president
must inevitably excite the enmity of a horde
of the worst miscreants that ever sought to
poach an existence by plundering tho pub
lic treasury, and among tho horde it is ever
likely that there may be one crazy loon
anxious to pay a funded grudtrn at tho
small expense of his worthless neck, Rus
sian customs aro spreading to fast.
"Two Pnducah boys went to Cairo on
tho 4th to take a hand in shooting at the
glass balls for a prizo. Neither one of
them had ever seen or fired at glass balls
before and tor their first attempt they did
very well. Penn took twenty-five shots
and broke seventeen balls. They were
coining towards him like rockets, which
was a new thing to him, but bad they been
traveling in au opposite direction he would
have cracked every one of them. He is a
first-rate shot, but had never practiced that
sort of a game." Paduculi News. The
tournament took place in a down-town
saloon anl when the boys got through they
were pretty well Bhot themselves.
President Garfield's condition, at the
last telegraphic report late last evening,
was just as iavorableas when the dispatch
dated 0:30 a. m. was sent. This dispatch
stated that the president had passed a
most comfortable night, and continued
steadily to improve. "He is cheerful and
asks for additional food. Pulse, !)4; tem
perature, 09.1-10; respiration, 23."
A prominent physician of this city, having
kept himselt thoroughly posted as to the
nature of the president's wound and its
various stages, gives it as his opinion that
the president is by no means out of danger,
and will not bo until the wound is entirely
healed. In reference to the treatment
given the patient, he said that there could
be none better pursued.
"At a plcnicjust back of Brooklyn yes
terday evening Ben Linn and Bug Ison,
two residents of Illinois, got into a quarrel
while dancing, und steppiug from tho plat
form rolled into each other. In tho fight
Linn whirled out a knife and let into Ison,
slashing him across the left arm and into
the left side somo say cutting him twice
and others onco. Both parties were in
toxicated and whisky earned the fracas.
Ison, it is said, made so much fuss about
his wounds that his friends, who wero quite
numerous, became angered at Linn and so
many threat were made against him that
his friends had to take him away and hide
him to prevent him from being jumped
upon, if not mobbed. Later, it is said,
Linn fell in a drunken fit and camo. near
dying, This fight broke up tho picnic."
"Patronize homo industries," is one of
tho most important ideas for the considera
tion of business men in this or any com
niuuity. If Our people would adhere more
cloudy to this plan, they would find that
all the mechanical and mercantile inter
cBts would bo materially benefited. It
is wrong for the farmer to purchase Lis ma
chinery, seeds, etc., abroad if ho can get
them at homo on anything like as fuvora-
bio terms. It is wrong to buy fiom our
people on credit, and when you get money
to go to other markets and spend it, there
by making those who have favored you
wait an undue time for thqir pay. It is
wrong for the mechanics who draw their
supplies irom a community to go abroad
for such art ietcs its they may need, The
merchant, of alt others, should ignore this
eternal run to other markets for sueh sup
plies as can ho had at home. They should
not set such an example to their custom
ers. Let every lawyer, doctor, merchant,
mechanic or tradesman and farmer stand
shoulder to shoulder to each other and
everything will bo benefitted.
It is not yet definitely Bottled that the
Singer sewing machine company will estab
lish a bianch office here, but tho slung for
such a proceeding aro very favora
ble. Tho agents ot tho company
wero here to ascertain tho various
qualifications Cairo possessed as a
shipping point. They wero likiwiso at
other places with the same object; hut, us
might havo noon expected, Cairo was do
died to bo the best point. The company
will want about six blocks and about two
hundred und fifty feet of river front. Tin
it can obtain at a reasonable price. Negri
tatioim over the nroporly, which Is situated
up town, are pending and
are likely to bo brought to a
favorable Imw. That tho CHtaUlim'ment
of a sewing machino factory in this city
by tho Singer company will bo ot great
benefit to the city can not be doubted ; but
that tho company will also be greatly ben
efited by Cairo' peculiar and uncqualed
shipping facilities must also be admitted.
If tho company establishes itself hero and
uses sufficient effort and means to do a suc
cessful business, the result will be that
Cairo will gain an important industry
ot which it can and will bo proud and the
company will realize large dividends on it
At its last meeting the city council
adopted an ordinance, the object oi which
is to prevent the occurrence of accidents on
railroads in this city by preventing persons
having no connection witu the railroad
from jumping on or off moving trains
within tho city limits, and makes it in
cumbent upon any ono who sees another
violato this ordinance to inform against
him. This is just one step, which ought to
be followed up with another. No one, who
has witnessed the recklessness with which
boys who have no business whatever on
trains jump on or off while they are mov
ing, often at greater speed than tho law
allows, will hesitate to pronounce this step
well taken, or will fail to hope that it may
be vigorously enforced whenever an occa
sion presents itself. But the council ought
to havo taken another step it ought to
take another step ut ita next meeting
against the small boy nuisance of the city.
It ought to puss an iron-cla.d ordinance
against the detestable habit into which all
the little dirty-faced, ragged scalawags of
tho city have fallen into, of chasing, in
crowds, every vehicle that passes through
the streets, where they may have con
gregated. They will catch at the wheels,
hang to the tail board or clutch the hind
axle, all the while whooping and kicking
up the dust at a fearful rate. At other
times persons tempted by the cool evening
air to take a drivo through the avenues, are
compelled to puss tho gauulet of numerous
clods of dirt and sticks, thrown by a crowd
of these conscienceless youngsters, and are
otherwise treated in a shameful manuer.
It is not at all uncommon that ladies in
buggies are covered with dust, thrown at
them while passing a crowd of boys; or
that spirited horses are rendered unman
ageable by the antics of these street Arabs,
endangering the lives of tho occupants of
the buggy or carriage. It is also too com
mon that the boys themselves have hair
breadth escapes, or are even injured, and
then the public is prone to charge the
driver, with recklessness and a want of
due regard for the lives of the "poor, little,
innocent children." There is an ordinance
against fast driving, which Marshal Myers
hits determined to enforce against all per
sons alike, through this ordinance persons,
whose small kin are qndangercd by care
less or wild drivers, can obtain redness;
but for the poor driver or rider, who hits
been tormented in various ways almost be
yond endurance there is no redress no
ordinance behind which he can seek refuge,
and which bring his tormentors to grief.
In an account under the head of
police notes, ot the trial of Mr. James Sum
mcrwcll, for injuring the shade trecot Mrs.
Phillips, published in yesterday's Bulle
tin, it was said that "the case was a very
aggravating one," and "that the tree was in
jured in a manner that may cause its de
cay." Mr. Summerwell denies that Mrs.
Phillis asked him more than onco to re
move his rope from the tree; he
assorts that the tree was not in
jured in a manner to causo its
decay, and the case was, therefore, not an
aggravating one. In these state
ments Mr. Summerwell is probably
right and to show that The Bulletin
wishes to do him no injury, his denial, un
important as it is in justification of his ac
tion, is hero published. But Mr. Sum
merwell said more than this, lie admitted
that he had hitched a heavy rope around
the tree by means of which he moved the
house, without asking permission of Mrs.
Phillips to do so, he aUo admitted that ho
hud thereby cut chunks of bark from the
tree; but he claimed that the tree was not
placed in accordanco with tho requirements
of the ordinance of tho city, and that, there
fore, he had u right to hitch onto it if that
would servo his purpose. The tree
belonged to the city and was a nuisance, he
said, because it was not standing in the
relation to the sidewalk marked out for all
shade trees within tho city limits by tho
city ordinances, and that, as such nuisance,
ho would bo justified even in removing it.
This matter, in itself, is one of no great
cousequenco; but this is not Mr. bummer
well' first offense of this kind. He and
others engaged in his business havo been in
the habit of injuring trees whenever it
served their purpose, claiming that there
was no ordiuanco debarring them from do
ing bo. Henco it is well to sift
tho matter thoroughly now, so that,
in tho future, house-movers and
others may guard against a repetition of
tho offense Mr. Summorwoll seoms to
havo placod his own construction upon tho
ordinances In relation to shade trees, and
that construction is erroneous, Mr. Sum
morwoll is mistaken when ho say that
there is no ordinance protecting shade
trees; ho was mistaken when ho said that
he hud a right td multilato any treo that
wan not planted ono foot from the outer
edgo of tho sidewalk and twenty feet from
every other tree, as tho ordinanco require
that all trees shall bo . placed, and ho was
mistaken when he said that, the treo being
a nuisance, ho or any ono else,
The Fourth Has Past
And in order to close out our large stock of goods and to
make room for extensive repairs and additions which we
contemplate to our store, we otfer our entire stock of goods
at greatly reduced figures.
Thisisabonafide otfer and all should take advantage of
Mr. Burger is still in New York, buying largely of bar
gains, and these, as fast as they arrive, will be offered to the
public in addition to our present stock, at prices to suit all
lower than ever.
Call and examine our stock and be convinced of our sin
cerity. J. BURGER,
124 Commercial Avenue.
would have a right to remove it.
If Mr. Summerwell will turn to page 104
of the revised ordinances he will find, in
section 58, the very law that he claimed did
not exist. After specifying the manner ot
planting shade trees and imposing a fine
for planting them otherwise, it suys : "And
any person who 6hall cut, injure or otherwise
injure or destroy any shade or ornamental
tree, other than his on heh own, shall
be subject to a fine of not lssthm five dol
lars nor more than fifty dollars for each
und every offence." Thus it will be 6een
that there ia not only an ordinance protect
ing shade trecg, but one, also, which pro
tects them against all persons, except
the owners, without any regard
to the position of the tree. Further, Mr.
Summer well's plea that he or anyone else
would be justified in removing the tree on
the ground that it is a nuisance does not
hold good ; because there is a mode of re
moving nuisances, provided by the ordi
nances, that is entirely different from this.
No one has any right to remove
the property of another on the
ground that it id a nuisance
until the same has been declared a nuisance
by the proper authority. If Mr. Summer
well or anyone cls? had a right, without
duo process of law, to remove or deface a
tree that whs not planted in strict accord
ance with tho ordinances, then Mr. Sum
merwell or anyone else would also have a
right to remove or destroy a pile of lumber,
or a team, or any other property belonging
to any ono else that might be maintained
in a manner, not in strict accordanco with
tho ordinances of the city. Mr. Summer
well ami others will see,
at a glance, that this mode
of reasoning, if carried to ita legitimate
results, leads to (ludicrous and reckless
persecution, and that is just what law, in
part, aims to prevent.
Mr. Frederick Deyle, a hotel-keeper,
at Fortieth and Market Btreots, Philadel
phia, Pu., says he has been a sufferer from
rheumatism tor eight years. Last Septem
ber a year it grew worse and ho took his
bud. lie doctored and used all sorts of
medicine without relief. A friend recom
monded St. Jucolis Oil. I bought a bottle
of it, saya Mr. f)., and upon tho first ap
plication it relieved my pain. I kept ou
using the Oil till spring, and I have no
trouble with rheumatism whatever.
Yesterday morning, of summer complaint,
tho infantum of Mr. A. G. Leonard. Funeral
services will be held at the house on Cen
tre street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street, by Elder Cooper, at nlno
o'clock this morning. Remains will bo
taken to Villa Ridgo for interment on tho
regular Illinois Central train.
A Skillful Preparation
Composed of roots, barks, and plants, that
act in harmony, and aro a pleasant and ef
fective medicine, constitute Burdock Blood
Bitters, of which highly commentary re
ports aro being constantly received. Price
$1.00, trial size 10 cents.
Uso tho Puntagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge No extra chargo
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnishod only by TnE Cairo Bollktw
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
Cancer. No Knife. No Pain. No Sick
ness. No Fearful Treatments. Treatise
frco. Go or send to Dr. Klino, 031 Arch
St., Philada, Pn.
Dr. Kline's Great Norvo Restorer is tho
marvel of tho ago for all Nerve D Beaso,
All fits stopped freo. Send to 031 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Penn.
HfnnuKtMi varnlnhiid. and DBPOr IliapS of
HMnrfor safiftt Tub Bulletin offlco.
A COOKING STOVE for tale, with two Iron pot
tY two bake pana and twa griddle; will bo told
fur ten dollar. Apply at Ualletlu ofllc.
ALL persona who have to far failed to pay atten
tion to the notlcea given them to pay their
Krcul taxea. are Wjuented to do ao Immediately or
legal itept will be taken jlnt them.
TRiBKlt AUTER, Collector.
rjpo WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
All prrnonp holding bnlldlnsr cerllflcale of the
Cairo Torn (lemeindv are berebr mjm-aled to pre
Kfut the fame to K. Brhnaimx, (C'ily Ilrewt-rv). fur
payment, from Jone Mtb.ltXi, to Jane lltb. lKy.'.
JOIIN A. KOBHLEB.
KD. A. Bl'DBK.
8T0VK8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ol and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WORK POKE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, - Illinois
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, lu the State ol IUitioi, at tlit clone of
June 30th, 1881.
Loan and dlcountn $ 22.KRt in
Overdraft 1 14r W
V. H. bonds to secure circula
r. 8. honda on band ',iM (X)
Other itovki, bolide aud mort
KnW' 41,'ASO 34
Duo front, approved ri'ferve
am-tila $ll!S.S05 27
Pue from other national baiikN 'MM7 (A
Dun from Hlute hanks and
hunker 16.W 90 lMt.iifii 81
Reul estate, furniture aud fix
Check aud other raah Items. .1 2.ftl I fit
Hills of other Hanks VX'Vl U0
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and pennies lHi BS
Cold 17,tiiil 'O
Hllvcr 1,-M) 00 2I,fW2 0O
Leiriil Tender notes W.i)00,IX 00.&11 4U
Id nVmplloti fund with IT. s.
Treasurer, (II per cent, of cir
Pile from U. 8. Treasurer,"
other than A per cent ro-
redemption fund I.WiS 00
Capital str,ck paid in 100.000 (XI
Surplus Kiitid:. IWUKiOtM
Undivided Profit 8. 060 OS
National hauk notes outitand-
j tl 4R,0oO (IU
Dividend nn paid .............. 8WW 0U
Indlvldiml deposit aubjoct to
chock '' i')"' ''
Demand certificate of deposit, lO.WW Wl
Duo to other national hanks, i,m 44
Dun to Mtato bank aud ,. ,
hanker . W S3-'.M,, W
Total if WWW
Hinte of Illinois, county of Alexander, .
I Tho. W. Hallldiiy.Ciishlurof the above named
bank, do solemnly wear that tho above statement
la true tt the beat of my knowledjre and heller.
Tho. W. Haixiday. Cashier.
Biibcrthed and sworn to before mo thi 6th day
of July, 1881. M.J.HowwT,
R. II. CUKJOHlU, )
O. D. Williamson, Director.
II. II. Cam dk a, (
IlUDLIC SALE OF LOTS IN RAILROAD AD
Pnhllc notice I hereby given, that, an Saturday,
July 9th, 1HH1, at 10 o'clock m. at court bonsa In
theclty of Cairo and state of Illinois, the lots lu
Railroad addition to the city of Cairo remaining
unsold op to said day, will bo told at auotlon to the
hluheat bidder for caah. Provided bid must hu
not lu than the price placed on laid lot by the
commissioner heretofore appointed under ordi
nance No. 4.1. D. J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
Cairo, 111,, Jnn STtb.ItHl.