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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETM
BnlleUi Baildlnr, WMhlaftoa Avfius
gKTKRKD AT TH POST OFFICB IH CATBO, IL
MNOIS, AS SE0OHD-CLA8B KATTtB.
orricAL PAPMor cmr andcobnty
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
Caimi, IU.. July . IS81
Ur. Ther. Ban. Wind. Vel Weather.
Maxtmnm Temperature. 9t; Minimum Tem-
RirMr7!i.: Rain 0.0U inches,
wr, a fust S Inches. Fall, I Inched.
Serg't Signal Corps, U. H. A.
Tt . u. in a
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in this column, eight cent per lluo for
irst and five cents nor Una each subsequent insor
II. iu. For one mouth, 60 cent per Una.
Ten good men to work at driving piles,
etc.. on foundation of bridge piers at Moo-
roe, La. Wages $3 25 to 2 50. Free
trnnortn.tion trom Vicksburtr to work.
Apply to M. Paxton & Co., Vicksburg.
Kogkrs & Scvim, Contractors.
The ''Green Tree" House at the corner of
Fourth street andConimcrcial avenue will be
opened to the public this morning and will
accommodate any number of day or tran
sient boarders and lodgers.
Mrs. Mary Manning, Proprietress.
A feather cleaning machine and a quan
tity of sheet music that has been left in
tny care will be sold for money due on
same. C-Ulon Mrs. L. J. Buknb.
Second door from tit. Patrick's church.
The Great Summer Drink
Sunday, July 3d, and every day thereafter,
Sundays included, "Gcntiier's Celebra
ted Chicago Mead" will lie on draught at
the "Golden Grotto." Mead is one of the
most pleasant and healthy of summer
drinks. Call around and try it; also El
mek's great 5 cent uailuoad 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.
Stock of groceries and fixtures. Call on
or address, John H. Lane,
Cairo, Ills., June 27th.
For Sale Cheap.
Twenty head of fine Texas ponies. En
quire at G. M. Alden's commission store.
M. G. Knight.
Use The Caibo Bulletin scratch books,
tor sale at the office, 1200 No. 3 book
leaves to the dozen books. 10 cents each
or $1.00 per dozen.
li e, Wholesale and BetaJl. .
I am now prepared to sell ice by the car
load, or by the pound at prices beyond
competition. My wagons will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities to suit.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. My ice is Pure Lake Ice, from
the Kankakee Ice Co.,Kankakee, 111. Tel
ephone No. 92. F. M. Wabd.
The U. 8. Government uses Howe Scales.
Send for catalogue to Borden, Selleck &
C General Agents, Chicago, 111. (2)
Fevebb and Intermittents of all kinds
are speedily relieved and entirely cured by
using Wright's Indian Vegetable Pills. (5)
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores,
ettcr, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haha
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticed In there coiumna, ten ctnta per line
teen insertion, Ataraea
Smoke Scbuh's "Gilt Edge."
Some one found a pair of bracelets
and a ring at tho park on tho fourth inst.
"Chicago meade" is making tho Golden
GrotW daily more popular.
The proceedings of the city council
cause the shortness of local matter in this
Yesterday morning the Ohio river was
twenty-five and a quarter feet abovo low
water mark. It is falling.
Mr. Patrick Fitzgerald baa again com
menced the work of filling those low lots
upon which which his horse mansion
Latyo invoico, full pocket cut, XX en-vi-lopus-all
colors, sizes 5,0, 6 and 10
jut received at The Bulletin office.
Get samples and prices.
-Mr. Walton W. Wright is having a
concrcato pavement laid in front of his
property on the east sido of Washington
avenue, near Tenth street.
Henry Breihan has received the agency
of Hayes celebrated imported telten. 11a
has received notice of shipment of first
car-load, which will arrive in a few days.
Check books, order books, receipt
books, etc., done on short notice at Tuk
Bulletin office. Stock and work guar
ant cod. Prices "rock bottom."
Ono of the ploasantest social affairs of
(lie season was the lawn sociablo held at
the residence of Captain G. D. Williamson
on Thursday evening. The attendance was,
of courso, good and the amusement like
wise. "New Orleans mead" is tho latest and
a most dolicious bevorage at Phil II. Saup's
establishment on Washington avenue.
Tho saloon below the Theatre Comiquo,
belonging to the Stcagala brothers, is now
nearly finished. Its new front has received
the first coat of paint and looks much im
proved. President Garfield's insurance of $25,
000 in the Few York life, was but recently
taken, only one premium having been paid,
So says Mr. Burlingham, tho general agent
for the company in this state.
No unpleasant taato follows a draught
of Phil II. Saup's "New Orleans Mead." Go
and try it and you will tako none other.
-On and after August 1st, 1881, tho
zero of the river gaugo at Herrmann's, Mo.,
will bo placed at low water mark of De
cember 21st and 33d, 1878, which will bo
five feet below the zero now in use.
Eight hundred pounds ot ruled stock
for commercial work. Regent and West-
lock brands, and Cranes Irish - linen, in
voice just opened at The Bulletin office,
Washington avenue corner Twelfth street.
Judge Harker, while in Chicago a few
days since, had ono of his arms badly
crushctl. He stuck his .dhow out of the
window of tho car in which ho hr.d taken
passage and had it caught by a passing
Only ono caao of violation of the ordi
nances of the city was brought to tho no
tice of the city police courts yesterday.
William Redden, for abusing a lady of
African luster, was fined five dollars and
costs by Justice Robinson.
Guitcauhas a Bister and a brother.
His disgrace and the shameful death await
ing him, must be a weight of woe to them ;
yet their great sorrow is not touched upon
in all tho newspaper talk that has been
flowing since tho president was shot.
The pleasaniest drink ever offered to
tho Cairo public is Stratton's genuine
"New Orleans Mead," to be had at Phil II.
Saup's confectionery and ice cream parlor.
Six Mexican ponies were sold at auc
tion in front of Mr. G.M. Alden's commis
sion store, on Ohio Leveo yesterday after
noon. Captain Sol Silver was to have done
the talking, but during his absence Mr. G.
M. Alden performed the duty well. The
horses sold at from twenty-five to fifty dol
lars. Circuit court," county court aud tl.e
board of county commissioners will convcue
at the court houso next Monday. The
first named will have a number of important
cases to dispose of. among them the Geek
case, which has become quite notorious and
in which some very strong testimony will
probably be given.
"Stratton's New Orleans Mead" is
composed chiefly of pure spices and is not
only cooling to the system and pleasant to
the taste, but is conductive to the general
health. Phil II. Saup sells it at five cents
During the three months ending July
1st, tho number of failures in tho state of
Illinois were nineteen; liabilities $113,120
For tho six months previous to the above
date tho failures numbered fifty-four; lia
bilities $342,652. For tho same period
during the year 1880 the number of failures
were fifty-nine and the amount of liabilities
Mr. W. II. Gillett's new farcical com
edy, "The Professor," on tho first of July,
had entered tho second month of its suc
cessful season at tho Madison Square
theater. The management lmvo completed
arrangements for the original company on
tho road early tho approaching season, and
with our new opera-house Cairo may ex
pect a visit if they come this far west.
A man named John Itoborson, a citiz.cn
of Clinton, Kentucky, who had been pros
trated upon a bed of sickness for some
time, arrived in tho city yesterday on his
way homo from Eureka Springs, where ho
hud been to regain hiB health. His condi
tion seemed to be unimproved, at any rate
it was such that he had to bo carried from
the train to tho Halliday house on n cot
The maximum temperature for six
teen hours preceding three o'clock p. m.,
yesterday, (Washington time) were as fol
lows: Chattanooga, Tcon., 01; Cincinnati,
Ohio, 00; Davenport, Iowa, 02; Dubuque,
Iowa, 01; Keokuk, Iowa, 04; LaCrosso,
Wis., 03; Leavenworth, Kits., 01; Louis
ville, Ky., 07; Memphis, Tcnn., 07; Nash
ville, Tcnn., 07; Omaha, Neb., 80; Pitts
burg, Pa., 05; Shreveport, La., 08; St.
Louis, Mo., 08; St. Paul, Minn., 78; Vicks-
burg, Miss., 09; North Platte, Neb., 83;
Bismarck, Dak., 73; Dodge City, Kan., 08.
-Tho stato law against carrying con
cealed weapons does not, as was at first
supposed, make carrying concealed weap
ons a penitentiary offenso as, of right, it
ought to do. It turns out that its best fea
tures havo bean amended away, and that,
as it now stands, tho punishment for carry
ing concealed weapons is a
fine of twenty-livo dollars and
costs for tho first offenco
and a heavier flno with Imprisonment In
tho county Jail for tho second. But tho
law relating to tho sale of deadly wearons
is more stringent. No ono who is not a
dealer in such articles has any right to soil
or giro away a weapon of this kind, not
even his own ; and dealers are required to
keep a record of every weapon sold, tho
character and size of same, the name and
age of the purchaser, and the purpose lor
which he wishes to use it.
A young colorod man named Phillip
King has been lying under a shed back of
Mrs. McLean's millinery store, on Eighth
street, for tho past three weeks in a very
bad condition. He is sick with Bummor
complaint, or something like that,
and is in such filthy condition that ho is
entirely covered with vermin, which are
eating him up alive. Mrs. McLean and
others have given him all possible care dur
ing the time that ho has been thero and
have mado several unsuccessful attempts to
havo him taken to the county poor farm
or to the city hospital. Since neither the
city nor the county can givo him tho neces
sary assistance, tho colored pcoplo of tho
city one of the many benevolent societies
should take him in charge.
The Tenth street water works ot
Messrs. Boicourt and Newland are being
pushed to completion. Three large tanks
have already been erected, and the boiler
and engine arc also ready for use. A test
of the machinery and ono of the tauks day
before yesterday proved satisfactory, and
it is likely that in the course of next week
the entire arrangement will be completed.
It is only necessary now to overhaul the
twoothor tanks and to lay a water pipe
down to the coiner of Eighth street and
Commercial avenue, where all who may de
sire can obtain good water by
simply turning a cock. Tho tanks stand at
an altitude abovo tho second story of the
average residences in the city, and henco
they might servo to furnish water to some
of our residences if pipes were laid to them.
According to tho observations at the
signal servico station here, yesterday was
tho hottest day of this season bo
far. The thermometer in tho cool
shade in the third story of the custom-houso
marked ninety-eight degrees, winch is
equal to about ono hundred in tho atmos
phere where common humanity moves.
Several thermometers, which were huug
out in tho sun, aro no more. Sergeant Kay
says that yesterday the temperature was
for tho first timo tHis summer exactly equal
to tho hottest day of lust summer. But tho
prospects for a change in the temperature
arc very favorable. The thermometers at
stations in tho northwest are much lower
than heretofore, which indicates
that a cool wave is coming.
At Omaha, Leavenworth and other stations
the temperature dropped to from seventy
six to seventy-nine degrees within the last
day or two. It may be expected that
the cold wave will reach Cairo to morrow.
Circular No. 76 issued by tho Illinois
agricultural department has this to say of
the crops of Alexander county: "The stand
of corn is bad and the prospect is not en
couraging for much over half an average
yield per acre ; much complaint of poor
seed ; tho acreage is less than last year.
Fair prospect for nearly an average yield
per acre of oats; the acreage is as large as
in 1880. Wheat is nearly up to an average
in condition; some little rust on blades in
localities; time of harvest will be much
later than usual. Rye will make an av rage
yield por acre. Tho acreage of Insn j a-
toes is hardly as large as last year, and tho
condition docs not indicate au average yield
per acre. Sweet potatoes aro in excellent
condition ; sauio area as iu 1880. The acre
age of meadows and pastures is some larger
than latyear;tho dry weather has reduced
tho prospects sjmewhat lor an average
yield-per aero of hay. Sorghum cane is
nearly up to an avcrago in condition, and
the crop will bo as largo as last season.
There was nn average bloom of grapes,
strawberrios, raspberries, blackberries, cur
rants and gooseberries; over three-fourths
of an average bloom of apples, peaches,
plums and cherries, aud nearly three-fourths
ot an average bloom of pears. The condi.
tion is favorable for a good' average crop
of grapes, gooseberries and currants; nearly
an average crop of strawberries, raspber
ries and blackberries; over thrco-fourths of
a crop of peaches ond cherries, and two
third of an average crop of pears."
Elsewhere in this issue of The Bulle
tin appears a communication from Mr. Jos.
Sutnuierwoll in which he socks to Bet him
self right before tho people and intimates
that Justice Robinson wronged him in that
ho refused to issue a warrant, and that City
Attorney Hendricks wronged him in that
ho threatened to set aside the warrant in
caso he obtained ouo. It is ouly necessary
to read tho communication to become sat
isfied that he has not bettered his caso in
the least; for ho does not even attempt
to deny tho most salient points mado
against him. But 'lis enough. Tho mat
ter which first called forth this little con
troversy is, in itself, too insignificant to
warrant much waste of paper, but it was
only that Mr. Suminerwell and others had
allowed themselves to fall into a habit of
disregarding the ordinances protecting
public or private propel ty that might at any
timo become an obstruction in their sight,
that has drawn The Bulletin into this dis-
cussion. in jiisuiicatiun oi justico iwutn
son and City Attorney Hendricks it may be
said that both wero justified in refusing to
comply with Mr. Summcrwcll's demand to
Issue a warrant against Mrs. Phillips; the
former, upon tho ground that it was not
his, but more properly the city attorney's
busluess to do so, and the latter, upon tho
ground that the warrant was wanted in or
der to satisfy a desiro to retaliate. Thus
oudoth tho contriver, it is to bo hoped, i
Col. I, B. Hudson is iu the city ou a
visit to his family.
Mr. A. J. Daughcrty, of Mound City,
was in Cairo yesterday,
Mr. Win. Lonergan is suffering with a
severe cold in the throat.
Miss Lou Castleluin, of Murphysboro,
is visiting friends in this city.
Muj. E. W. Halliday has gone o St.
Johns, 111., on business and pleasure.
Mr. C. R. Woodward and daughter have
gone to Chicago to spend several months, j
Mr. Samuel Redman is now a mem
ber of the telegraphic force of the Western
James Boone leaves this morning for the
north. His mother will accompany him as
far as Grand Tower.
Sirs. George Fisher is in New Grand
Chain, visiting the mother and sisters of
Judge R. S. Yocum.
Mr. J. R. Cunningham has returned from
his trip to the south. Since his return be
has been down with fever, but is now again
abio to bo out.
Mrs. Juiia Hess and child, of Metrop -
olis. F. C. Brown, of Anna, and W. II. Reno. I
of Paducah, were guests at tho Planter
Mr. E. S. Dewey has sent his son, Willie,
to Sandwitch, 111., about six miles west of
Chicago, to spend some months for his
health, which is not good.
THE OTHER SIDE.
Mlt. 81'MMERWELL discusses the tree
Caiho, Ills., July 8, 81.
Editor or Cairo limrnon
You was mistaken when you said that I
said that I had a right to remove the Tree
Belonging to Mrs Phillip in aney other
way than By a legal Prosess of Law. I
said the tree was not according to Law as
set Fourth in choptet 5 Section 58 oil Trees
Placed in aney blrect or avenue at a dis
tancc not exceedeing one foot out side of
the outcrline of the Sidewalks and all Such
Trees shall be Placed at Least 20 ft, apart
and aney Persons violating the Provisions
of this Section shall forfeit and Pay to the
city not Less than Five nor more than fifty
dollares. I meant to say I had a right
to File complaint and Havo the
tree removed and it was on
Proof that the Tree was at Least 'ds of its
size in the side walk said Tree is from 2o
to 24 in. in Diameter and it was also Pro
ven that the tree was not injured except
two small Spots of Bark which was not
enough to hurt Tree this above matter was
Proven not with standing I was fined I
claime that when the sidewalk or street is
obestructed I havo the right to File com
plaint or anny ouc elso has the same right
a cordind to law. and I further state that I
atK.ea mr, i'.quir,- jtooenson to isue a
vyarrant agenst rars,- i'nillips for havcing
hur Tree contrary to Law he sasd no I
would have to get Prosecutiner attrv. Hen-
drix, I then called him he said he would
not get it out and If I got ono ho would
set it aside Jas. Scmmebwell
I keel like adding my testimonial, says
Mrs. U. Whipple, 371 Croghnn street, De
troit, Mich., to the very many in favor of
St. Jacobs Oil. I can say that it has done
wonders tor me. For six years I had suf-
lercu ocyond an expression with sciatic
rheumatism and tried every known remedy,
out an to no purpose. At last I saw in tho
Free Press an advertisement of the article
and tried it, feeling it would be like all
others good for nothing. But thank
God and the man that makes the remedy, I
am wen, anu tree irom pain.
A Skillful Preparation
Composed of roots, barks, and plants, that
act in Harmony, ana are a pleasant and cf-
lective medicine, constitute Burdock Blood
Hitters, ot which highly commentary re
ports are being constantly received. Price
f 1.00, trial sizo 10 cents.
A good Mock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph uso, far sale at The Bulletin
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer is the
marvel of the ago for all Nerve Diseases,
All nts stopped tree. Hend to 931 Arch
street, Philadelphia, Pcnn.
"I'm all Played Out,"
is a common complaint, it von teel so.
get a package of Kidney Wort and take it
and you will at once feci its tonic power.
it renews tno neaitny action ot tho kid
neys, bowels and liver, and thus restores
the natural life and strength to tho weary
body It can now bo had In cither dry or
liquid form, and in either way is nlwayi
prompt ond efucient m action. New Bed
Lydia E. Pineiiam's Vegetable Com
pounu uouotioss ranks first as a curativo
rb.r , ' T , . "oprocrcauyesys-
Jtk iL 7.i i ft T,
, j ' '.ui'n ,ui fouijiiuuia.
Mothers! Mothers I! Mothers III
Are Vnll lliNtllrlmrl nt .J 1 .,.!.
of vour rest bv a airk rhiu g,.irrinn ,i
cryinc with the excrueintiM.r n,.! ,,f ...,ttin
teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of
Mrs. Wiuslow's Soothing Syrun. it wil
rolievo the poor little suffer immediately
. . . ' I
,.vU ,v, wviu 13 no miHiaKO
about it. There is not a mother on ph,
who has ever used it, who will not tell vou
at once that it will regulate tho bowels,
anil rtiva rnur tntim il.,.M ...... i i
health to tho child, operating like magic,
I is perfectly sale to use in all cases, and
pleasant to tho taste, and is tho prescrip-
tint fF nHit aF ..1.1 . i t
' uiuuiit, mm renei ona
tion of ono of the oldest aud best female
physicians and nurses in tlm United Htutna
- r . ' ------ vntovni 1
Sold everywhere. 23 coats a bottle. I
The Fourth Has Past v
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 offer our entire stock of goods
at greatly reduced figures.
Thisisabonafideoffer and all should take advantage of
Mr. Burger is still in New York, buying largely of bar-
gaillS, ailU tllCSe, aS last US tJiey HXVIYQ, Will WJ Ottered tO tllG
I ,,. . n-,. . . , , . . .
public in addition to our present stock, at prices to suit all-
1 lowei tllB.Il CVCr
tan ana examine our stock
LIST OF LETTEKS REUATMXO UNCALLED
FOR IX THE I'OSTOKFICE AT CAIRO, ILL.,
FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1881.
Hodges, Sal lie
O'Brien, M. M.
Murphy, Lizzie E.
Robison, S. C.
Williams, Nannie H.
Avril William, W. Atherton, R. O.
Rarnhart, Chas. A.
Brown, Wm. M.
Coyle, T. S.
Clark, D. I).
Gobs, O. C.
Jacobs, (John N.
Lerga, F. A.
Litherland, Tom J.
Murphv, P. B.
McCosh, F. S.
McLenan, D. F.
Martin, B. F.
Ross, W. H.
Ralilston, O. F.
Chatham, W. A.
Howell, J. W
Hanna, James M.
Jones, J. A.
Langly, J. W.
Manion, Stoga, (3.)
Morris B. F.
Reunion, Laud a I.
Roehl, A. J.
Simpson, George, (2.) Seymour, Harry L.
Strickland, Harry M. Stewart, Jack.
Stinson, T. A.
Taylor, W. C.
Webb, N. C.
Tarphy, S. N.
Walker, L. L.
Wilnon, P. I.
Persons calling for the above mentioned
will pleao say advertised.
Geo. W. Mckeaio, Tost Master.
Why an object ot loathing and disgust
to yourself and society trom catarrh, when
Sanford's Radical Cure, externally and in
ternally administered, will euro every symp
tom of tho disease. Every package is a
complete treatment. Onlyfl.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should bo stopped. Neglect frequently re
sults in an Incurable Lung diHcabO or Con
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
IWlf ItUVCjll. I 1 1.1 fttdlttnstll 1LW1 AStlt,.1-l nilMIHfl
and ,m,8ani8 but nct ,,irectly on jflam.
eu pans, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma. Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, anil
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
Public Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown.'s Bronchial Troches have been
recommended by physicians, and always
. a A. A. A. -i! . I
givo perfect satisfaction. Ilavinc been
tcBtcd ly wi1 aml co,1",ftut 1,80 for nearly
anentiro they have attained
well-merited rank amonthe few staple
remodies of tho age.
Sold at 25 cents a
U tho Pantograph Binder. Covers furn
19lll fro0 f charge. No extra chargo
ver ordinary binding for the .tablets.
Furni8hc n'y by The CAtno Bulletin
for ruttinff UP Lettcr Not, BH- Had8 and
other nrlnrnd stationery.
A Signillcant Fact
Tho cheapest modicino in use is Thomas'
. . .'. . AAt.. ..r is. 1
required to efl
theria, and dh
iscioctric Oil, becauso so very who oi u
ffoct a cure. For croup, dipu-
diseases of tho lungs and throat
nanri far liathlnff tllB CtlOSt Or
throat, for taking Internally or Jnhallng.it
u . ,ai.l,.Qfl nmmviuinl. Paul G. Schuh.
u IBj uirihiiMavHu vaa '
and be convinced ot our sin-
124 Commercial Avenue.
ACOOma 8TOVK for ale. with two Iron pota
two bake pana and tw griddle: will be aold
tor ton dollar. Apply at Bulletin office.
ALL peraona who have ao far failed to par atten
tion to the notice given them to pay tliuir
atrect taiea. are requested to do ao Immediately or
legal etepe will be tAken aeaiywt them.
TKABEIi ARTKK, Collector.
rpo WHOM IT MAY CONCKRS :
All prnion holding building certificate t of tbe
Cairo Turn Uvmelnde are herebv rcqn-td to pre
ent the ara to 8. Hrhwanltx, (City Brewery), for
paynu-ut, from June l:jib,1881. to June Villi. Iksj.
EO. A. BLDKK.
STOVKS AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS Of JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinois
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL BANK
at Cairo, iu tbe State ot Illinois, at tbe clone of
Jnue 30th. 1881,
Loan and dlaconnta 2.sM ltl
Overdraft l li'i (H
U. S. bouda to aecure circula
V. H. bondi on hand 5o,ii.V W
Other aiocka, bonds and mort
RiiC1" 41, ISA M
Due from approved reerv
Hceiits $115,80.1 27
Due from other national hank 24.tl57 M
Duu from Htatu hauko and
Imnkwr 18.IHW !0 158,0fii 81
Heal nutate, furniture and fix
turn at,4!: is
Check aud oilier cah ituma..$ 2.WI HI
Hllla of olher Dank 12.5W 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickel and pennies i&j
fold $17,Bfi8 '0
Silver ;,iO 00-24,O 00
Lecnl Tender note S0,tW0,' -0.8I1 49
Redemption fund with I'. S.
Treasurer, (5 per ecu', of clr-
cnlHtlon) - iVWU)
Oil" fmm U, 8,., Treasurer,
oilier than 5 per cent re-
redemption fuud LOGS 00
Total $Ki0,585 97
Capital stock paid in $ MO.onn no
Surplus Kund loo.ono oo
Lndlvided I'rotlt S.OW 05
National bank notes outsland-
inK 45.nno oi
Dividends unpaid a.OUO 0
Individual deposits subject to
check 382,380 fi.1
Pmnand cartiflcBtos of deposit, lO.tHW 00
Duo toother national banks, 8,!flJ5 44
Duo to Htato banka and
baukcrs . H.M 23-409,6211 Hi
Total ...$6tK),GM 97
Statnof Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, Thos. W. Hallldny, Cusblor of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is true to the bast of my knowlodgo and bcllr.
ThoI. W. Haixiaay, Cashier.
. Hnlmcrlhed and sworn to before mo this 6th day
of July, 1881. M.J. Howl r,
K. II. CUNlflNOUAM,
O. D. Williamson, Directors.
II. II. Canosi, I
I PUBLIC BALK OF LOTS IN RAILROAD AD
DITION. Public notice Is harnhv irlvnn. that. B Saturday.
July 1Kb, 18HI, at 10 o'clock a m . at court bonus fr.
the city of Cairo and stata of Illinois, the lota In
Ulallrcad addition to the city of Cairo remaining
iiiisuin up vo aaia a ay, will OS boiu at mivviuu m iiiu
highest blddor for cash. Provided bids must ho
not lets than the price placed on said Iota by the
commissioners heretofortt appointed tindor ordi
nance No. 45. D. J. FOLK Y, City Clerk,
Ulru, lu.,Jun irrth, li.