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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 18S2.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Offlfo: Bulletin BaUdlnj;, WwhlnKton Awnae
RHTKKBD AT TUB POST OFFICB IN CAIBO, IL
MNOI8, AS BKOoNI-CLAHa 1IATTKH.
OFiriOiAJ. FAPKlt OF CITY AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
v.iiiron in thi column, elcht ccnti per lino for
first mill five cent per line etch subsequent tuer
linn. K..r ohm week. :wcuuW per line, lor ouu
month, 60 ceut pur Una.
A. Booth's Extra Select
ut A. T. DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levuc
I have already received at my factory
a Cue variety of turnituro tbat is now ready
for the inspection of the public, and for Bale
at close prices. Mr stock at 101 (Joimner
cial arenuo will altto ho kept full until Jan
uary 1st, and I desire to call imperial atten
tiou to my stock of folding and camp chairs,
doll carmines, cribs, tables anu chairs.
at DcBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
Uso The Caiko Bulletin perforated
(cratch -book, rnado of calendered jute
Dianilla, equally Rood for ink or pencil, f or
sale, in three sizes, at the office
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBauu's, 50 Ohio levee
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. Deliaan'B, CO Ohio levee.
Sew Billiard Hall.
Henry Hasenjagers new saloon and bil
liard hall is now ready to receive visit
ors. Two handsome billiard tables have
been placed in the large and commodious
room, which is expensively fitted up in the
Vincent building on the corner of Eighth
street and Commercial avenue. The bar
is stocked with the finest liquors, wines,
and the choicest brands of cigars. No
pleasauter place in the city could be found
in which to spend a pleasant hour.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 50 Ohio levee.
IS S II ELL AXD BULK.
Fresh arrival of Mobile oysters plants
-in shell and bulk at
Aviso er& Tuakf'b.
Apply to Mns. Fitzgerald,
up stairs at Tue Buixtns building.
Southern Illinois Immigration Society.
Notice is hereby given that license hav
ing been duly irrante 1 authorizing the in
corporation of th1 ".u;hern Illinois Iin
niignithu Society," books for Buh&cription
to the capital stock of snU corptratin are
now open at the office of the undersigned
in Cairo. M. J. IIowlev,
Com. for Alexander Co.
Jiooms for Rent.
Three gwd rooms for rent in brick res
idence, corner Fifteenth and Cedar streets.
Applv on the premises or at my store, cor
ner Eighteenth and Poplar streets.
Rooms to Rent,
Furnished rooms for rent on 9th. street
thiid door from Commercial avenue.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notiie iu tnese column., ten emu per II no,
each inaertlon. Marked
See notice of furnished rooms for rent j
in special locals.
Jay Gould's visit to the west is said to
promise some important changes of officials
on the Wabash road.
Reading matter of local interest ib
crowded onto the third page in this issue
of Tub Bulletin.
Jailer Ilaz. Martin had a few prisoners
out yesterday cleaning the street crossings
of mud, much to the delight of pedestrians.
Fon Sale. A two-bowl, marble-top
wash stand, suitablo for barber shop or
hotel. Geo. Bteinhouse, 8th. street, lw.
m Willi llifl hrcrintnnrr nf tlin vi.ur T liavu
decided to Bell only to cash buyers, or to
such of my credit customers who pay their
bills when due. F. Koehler. 5t.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Attend tho churches to-day, everybody.
There will bo interesting, instructive ser
vices in all of them, which no ono should
For Sale A full parlor Bet, and bed
room sets, will be Bold at private Bale. Ap
ply at store on Commercial avenue. J
Tho Guiteau trial wm resumed yester
day. Somo law points were argued and
were beirun. The closo of next week will
urobably find Ouiteau a convicted mur
Tno son oi xir. joim wiimor, oi
Mounds Juntion, who wag shot in tho knee
soma days ago by Mr. jasper wugus, tho
station agent, was reported yesterday in a
letter to O. G. Parker, who amputated tho
young man's log, to bo getting along mt
tor than was expoctcu. xuero are now
tome hopes of his recovery.
Charles Dudley Warner concludes nn
'.ile ami interesting essay on "Tho Amer
ican Newspaper," at tho Saratoga Bocial
science meeting, with tho remark that:
"With all its faults, I behevo tho moral
tone of the American newspaper is higher,
as a rule, than that of tho community in
which it is published." A very high com
pliinent from a sever critic. But. wonder if
Charles Dudley heard of tin Q.iincy Herald.
The etlort toward tho suppression of
obscene literature has been po suecepsfull
that Gen. Hazen reports that net one ob
scene book was received at the Dead Letter
olIigB last year, and but few indecent pho
tograph. The movement for suppression
wis first vigorously bngun under cx-Post-
inaster General Keys, and if he did nothing
else worthy of mention he deserves credit
at least for this.
At tho meeting of the Young People's
temperance club Friday night, members
were elected to offices as follows: Mr,
Charles Baughmon, first vico president;
Miss Jennie Wright, second vice president;
Miss Clara Stephenson, secretary; Miss
Edith Martin, tieasurer; Miss Jennie Wil
son, corresponding secretary, aud Miss Ella
Kent, organist. Tho election of a president
was deferred until the next regular meeting,
There was a general fall of tho tem
perature in tho northwest yesterday after
noon, but it did not probable that n great
change will be experienced here very soon.
At Bismarck the thermometer stood at
nineteen degrees, which was a fall of ten
degrees during the previous twenty-four
hours. Last year about this time it was
below zero at that point.
A man named George Sheets, of Gray-
ville, 111., left the democratic and joined
the republican fold a few days ago. And
this littlo circumstance ho takes occasion
to herald to tho world by means of the lo
cal press. lie "pas3 up serenely" from
utter obscurity into, world-wide publicity,
and tries to show that the democratic party
has been a very bad party for years past,
and that he has, daring all that time, been
an immaculate little, hypocritical little,
sheep among a pack of wolves thirsting for
A railroad wreck occurred yesterday
morning on tho Illinois Central railroad,
between Chicago and Kankakee, in which
several cars and two engines ware com
pletely demolished, and the engineer of one
of the engines, John Kirker, by name was
injured, but not fatally. The accident hap
pened to a freight train and the passenger
train, which arrived here last evening. The
latter showed ample t'.:.:, vf the disaster,
nearly every one of the cars ln-ing torn and
scraped more or less. No one but tho en
gineer named was hurt.
Martia Kankow.-ky, a Jersey murder
er, ltK an extremely piusopiucai ami relig
ion? view of his approaching end, for be
was sentence 1 1 die upon the gallows upir
a day certain. "My Heavenly Father,"' he
ejaculates piously, ''how I thank Thee for
letting mj know the hour of my death, so
that I can prepire for it, while others arc
Dot accorded tlin great privilege." Among
the others not thus lavored, Mr. Kankowsky
probably include bin victim. How much
kinder providence would seem to lie to the
murderer. Ilia death will be ignominious,
but he goes forth he will be "plunged into
eternity," as the reports will say, with the
calm assurance that he is going straight to
a heavenly rest.
The Equitable Life Assurance society
has closed its business for 1,681, and will
soon issue its annual statement. The con
dition of the company is 6uch as to reflect
great credit upon its management. Its
ratio of increase sinco it staited 22 years
ago, has beeu greater than that of any
company in the world, and it starts out in
1883 with ill ,000,000 assets and a surplus
of about SD.500,000. This condition of
the company will be appreciated by its
numerous policy holders iu Cairo, compris
ing as it does in its list the lc.viing busi
ness men of the city. Any information as
to the company's plaus, rates, etc., desired,
will be furnished on application at Tia
One of tho lady passengers on the ill
fated steamer Grand Tower had Bolechurge
of two of her little children, she being on
her way to meet her husband. Ono would
suppose tbut she became frantic with fear,
but sho did not; she sat quietly in tho cabin
with onb arm around each of her children
and awaited tho worst, which fortunately
was not very bad, for her. She had just
been through a railroad accident, la which
some lives and much property was wrecked
and she had come to tho conclusion, sho
said, that fato was opposed to tho safe ar
rival of herself and children at their desti
nation. But it is to bo hoped that her con
elusion was erroneous.
A man currying a satchel in his hand
and a large dumb-bell on his shoulder, has
been making the rounds of the city forsev
cral days past giving exhibitions of his
muscle iu handling tho latter. Tho dumb
bell is said to weigh about seventy-five
pounds ami the man handled it with much
ability, holding it out at arms length upon
his littlo linger and pitching.it up and
catching it like a ball. Largo crowds
would invariably gather to see tho cxhihi.
tion, am! then tho performer would sudden
ly drop tho dumb-bell and pass around tho
hat. The thing got to bo it monotonous
nuisance and Chief Mycis interfered in tlia
interest ot pedestrian.
Tho small-pox patient at the pesthouse
a man named Brown whom tho authorities
of paducah imposed upon m is nearly
well, thanks to good treatment from Dr.
Wood mid tho nurso, Charley Johnson.
Thero are as yet no other cases at tho hos
pital or nnywhero else in tho city. Tho
two cases of varioloid reported to exist at
tho hospital a few days ago, are also almost
entirely recovered. A negro who came
there a day or two ago under tho impres
sion that ho was alllicted with tho disease,
was not ho alllicted, even in tho mildest
degree. An outbreak was apparent upon
ono of his arms tho ono upon which ho
had been vaccinated, but this was the ro
suit of vaccination, nothing more. Tho
city is freo from theplaguoand will remain
so if the authorities of Paducah and other
littlo villages takocaro of cases properly
belonging to them and do not thrust them
The committee on commerce is about
to tackle tho estimates of the engineer
department for tho improvement of trout
streams. Some millions arc asked for, as
usual, for the development of raft and
pushboat navigation, and the removal of
overhanging trees and the modification of
milldams. Why wouldn't it be a good
idoa for the East and the Mississippi Val
ley to unite, throw overboard tho grabbers
for money to lath and plaster insignificant
brooklets with, and devote the river and
harbor money to the Mississippi river and
tho great harbors exclusively? New York
and Boston may have a fair allowance for
their harbors, as they have had for many
years, but let New Orleans and the river
above it have tho funds that have usually
been sbuandered on creeks in West Virgin
ia and Pennsylvania. Why not?
A Paducah man is negotiating for the
purchase of Ellis & Baughman's book
bindery establishment with a view of re
moving it to Paducah. There aro already
two binderies thero doing a good business,
and it seems there is room for another, while
even one cannot exbt in Cairo. This speaks
well for the citizens of that town, and the
difference may be fuund in the fact that
they have yet to learn to go away from
home to New York, to Louisville, to Cin
cinnati, to Evansville, to Dayton and to St.
Louis fur their printing; not because it is
better or cheaper, but because well, it is
the fashion. We notice that all their bills,
letters, bills lading and everything else in
the stationery line has the imprint of one
or the other of the Paducah printing offices.
while a Cairo imprint, on the stationery of
Cairo wharf-boats, coal companies, gas
companies, steamlwats, box lactones, etc.,
is a rarity, indeed.
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse and Mr. D.
F. King engaged in a lively foot race yes
terday afternoon. The deputy intended to
summon Mr. King on a jury and the latter
did not wish to serve. But the deputy was
letermined to serve a subpana,and the lat
ter sau'dit to avoid it. Tbercforo thev
watched one another for a litile while and
as one advanced the other retreated until
both broke into a rua. Mi. King having
somewhat the lead of tho deputy, and he
ad tno way through his shop, down
Twentieth street towards Poplar street,
down Poplar mid through some back
yard and into the store of Messrs. Swobo
d & Schulze, where he hid behind a coun
ter and chuckled as tho breathless deputy
rushed into the store by the front way and
inquired of the whererahouts of the fugitive.
But nobody knew? and the deputy lel
much disappointed. When tho coast was
clwar Mr. King emerged and continued his
way down town in peace.
Mr. Joseph E. Helm, of Vinccnnes,
Ind., is in the city, looking his son who
has strayed away. He offers a reward of
one hundred dollars for information lead
ing to the recovery of his son, Clodion
Helm ; has been tramping fourteen months
under the name of "Whitey Kid," in com
pany with a man calling himself the "Lone
Swede." Clodion is thirteen years old,
rather large of his ago, light hair, blueish
gray eyes, broad upper teeth, fjir apart;
high forehead ; has a round, brown natural
nisrk on the right arm above elbow, about
the size of a green pea; the large too of his
right foot enlarged, tho nail thick and
clumsy looking. Fifty dollars reward will
be piild for above information; fifty dollars,
for tne capture of "Lono Swede." His age
is between twenty-two and twenty-seven
years; weighs about one hundred and thirty
five pounds; very light hair; Binallcyes; is
rather a sharp fellow, They were seen in
Quiwy, III., about two months ago. They
stay in Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota
through the summer months. Tho Sweue
does not show himself very much in the
towns, but Mr. Helm's boy to do all the
begging for him. Ho will not allow him
to tell his right name.
An ndvertistment which appears else
where in this Issue of Tim Bi'LLum an
nounces the fact that a grand musical con
vention will bo held in this city under tho
auspices of the Cairo Choral Society, be
ginning on tho 10th instant and ending on
tho 20th, The session of tho convention
will bo helil at tho Presbyterian church
and aro to bo concluded on Friday evening
by a concei t at tho Opera House, in which
n it less than seventy-fivo singers will tako
part. Tho Bessionn and tho concert aro to
bo given undur tho direction of Prof. W. F.
Sherwln, of Cincinnati, who is a noted
composer of music and conductor of affairs
of this kind. Tho object of tho convtntion
is to givo encouragement to music in every
form with Cairo aud the towns and cities
surrounding it: thereforo it is desirable
that tho musically inclined from every
community within a hundred miles of this
city will bo hero to tako an active part in
tho convention. Tho fact that tho Choral
Society which is composed entirely of musi
cal talent of a high order, is at tho head of
this movement, is sufficient guarantco that
it will prove entirely succcssfull, 'and afford
delightful entertainments and valuable in
struction to all who attend the scasions. .
In tho Guiteau case, Wednesday, the
testimony of Dr. Georgo M. Beard was ob
jected to, and the objection sustained, o
tho ground that it could not bo submitted
in Biirrebuttal. Dr. Benrd has made an
earnest study of insanity and nervous dis
eases for a number of years, and has writ
ten extensively on the topic. Perhaps, he
is better known to tho general public in
connection with the subject than any other
man in the country. In the last number of
the North American Review, in tho "sym
posium" on the "Moral Responsibility of
the Insane," ho wag the only one of tho fivo
contributors who expressed tho opinion
that Guiteau was not morally responsible.
He went so far as to say that If Guiteau
was hung it would be due to tho unfavora
ble state of public sentiment, and that the
American people would come to regret it
when it was too late. Dr. Beard is one of
those who give a wide latitude to the
insjriity theory, but his character and sci
entific attainments are such that he is
worthy on general principles of more than
ordinary attention, notwithstanding that
the general verdict is opposed to him in
Yesterday morning was taken up by
the circuit court in hearing motions in the
Murry-Barry case, which, by the way, was
not decided by the jury in favor of the de
fendant, as previously stated, but in favor
of the complainant, Barry. After these and
other motions had been disposed of, the
damage suit of Mrs. Jones and daughters
vs. the Illinois Central railroad company
was taken up for the trial. Ths complain
ants in this case are the surviving family
of a Mr. Jones, who was employed as
brakeman on the Illinois Central incline,
and who was killed a short tinio ago by
being run over by a number of cars w hich
became detatched from the main train and
run back into the river. His death, the
particulars of which, it will be remember
ed, were chronicled in The Bulletin at
the time, wa3 a horrible one. The com
plainants, Mrs. Jones and two daughters,
have sued the company for damages to the
amount of five thousand dollars. They are
represented in the suit by Messrs. Linegar,
Lansden and Leek, and the defense is con
ducted by Messrs. Green and Gilbert. Two
witnesses for the defense had been exam
ined yesterday when court adjourned until
Monday morning. The case will probably
occupy two or three dnys more.
Sheriff Kouns ot Catlettsburg, Xy.,
outwitted the infuriated mob which intend
ed to lynch the three fiends who perpetrat
ed that terrible crime in Ashland a few
days ago, Early Thursday morning it was
apparent the trial, which was set for 1
o'clock, would be exciting. Crowds began
to gather, and the streets looked ominous.
Special trains brought large numbers from
Ashland, and it was estimated that 2,000
people were in town. Before noon Judge
Brown became uneasy. The sheriff admit
ted that he had no force sufficient to pro
tect the prisoners. In this emergency the
judge ordered tho prisoners to be taken
aboard the little steamer Mountain Girl,
lying at the wharf, to remove them to
Maysville. ninety miles down the river.
Tbe jail stands not far from the landing,
and choohing the noon hour, when moat of
tho people were getting lunch, the sheriff'
succeeded in smuggling the prisoners
aboard the Mountain Girl. The trick was
soon discovered, and tho crowd began to
rush for the landing. Sheriff Kouns was
full of strategy. Ho hailed tho steam ferry
Bessie. It came alongside tho Mountain
Girl, and he quickly transferred tho pris
oners, and the Bessis steamed away down
tho river. As soon as this was known tho
indignation of the mob know no bounds.
A largo number of tho most determined
boarded tho Mountain Girl, and compelled
the captain to get up steam and start in
pursuit. Tho Mountain Girl is a beautiful
new boat, built only last summer especially
for the Big Sandy river trade, and is Bwii't,
while tho Bessie is but an unweildy hulk
with no speed at all. Sheriff Kouns ex
pected pursuit, and three miles down the
Btrcarn ho met tho steamer Mountain Boy,
a mate to tho Mountain Girl, built at tho
sano time by tho samo owners. Ho hailed
her and transferred his affrighted chargo to
this new craft, and started down tho stream
at full speed. Without stopping ho steam
ed by Ashland, tho Bceno of tho crime,
where tho people on tho banks knew by
tho strango movement of tho littlo steamer
that something was wrong. Thoir surmises
wero made clear when tho Mountain Girl
appeared with the indignant citizens aboard,
but hero tho real chaso endod, either be
cause tho speed of tho Girl was not equal
to I ho Boy, or because tho news was receiv
ed that troops wore coming up tho river
from Maysvillo to meet tho sheriff. At
MayBvilloscvonty-fivo armod militia guard
ed tho miserable wretches and marched
them to the Jail, whero they aro now eafoly
LEADER OF LOW
Announce a great reduction in prices of
wtucn Bliouul attract tho attention ot casti
stock and our rapidly growing trade necessitates our enlarge of all departments of our
business. We do not wait for business to como to us but propose to bring it, and aro the
only houst in tho city who aro b.usy all tho year round. Seo our great ISrgains in Dress
Goods at 12, 15 and 20 cents. Dress Ginghams reduced from 15 and 15 cents to
8 and 10 cents. 100 dozen Ladies', Gents' aud Children's IIoso to closo at 5, 10, 15, 50
and 25 cents. Childs Underwear from 15 cents up. Ladies' and Gents' Marino Under
wear 25, 35, 40, 50 aud 05.
5,000 yards Hamburg Edging and Inserting will be placed on sale next wck ut
prices never before seen in the city. Bleached and Brown Cotton at old price.
Any statements we make in print can bo relied on as being substantially correct and
are always strictly adhered to. Buyers of
uuw, win uy giving us your iriuiu 1110 coming
The Choral Society, of Coir, have mflu ar
runttniif di for the hoMlujt of a Mui-ltul t'oimn
Hon iu Cairn, commt ucmi;
MONDAY, JANUARY lfi
Friday, January 12 O.
The Convention will bo under tho direction of
AV. P. SIIERWIN,
of Cincinnati, who lm a well known roratation
a an able conductor The NeMiori of the con
tention will )ii held at the l'rw-hTtcrittU Church at
3 p. m. and 7:3" p. m. On Friday trctilug a
will be giren at the
Cairo Opera House,
in which It i? expected
75 OR MORE SINGERS
will ake purt.
Scaaon t'eketa to the convention and concert
tickets can be ohtuitied at P, (J. Schtih'i, Ilarelav
liroc'.and (ieo. O'Unra'n Seanon ticket. $1 ')
each; concert ticket .') ct. each. Heaorvcd acata
for concert can be obtained without extra charge.
The purchaser of a aeaaon ticket will receive a con
cert ticket free.
Tho Choral Society hope that the cltlzena of
Pnlrowlll heartily co operite with the Society in
thin effort to Increase the internal and cultivate thfl
taote of our people In mnic And the Society
mot cordially extend to the citizen oft'ie citie.
town aud country near Cairo who take an interest
in tnutc, an Inviiation to take part in the work ol
the convention, which will embrace tnMrnctlona
In vocal mulc especially in the ieuini of church
mtiflc, oratorio rhoruei, English glee 4c,
AN ATTEMPT TO BREAK JAIL.
COI'KNlf AFFKIt, ONE OF THE JOHNSON COUN
TY J'KISONF.KS, ATT EMIT EO TO SAW HIS
WAY OUT OF TIIE COUNTY JAIL.
Friday night, about ten o'clock, Mr.
Michael Fitzgerald and his brother, John
sons of County Jailor Richard Fitzgerald
after haying made a round of the jail to see
that all was well with the prisoners and tho
premises, retired to their room for the
night. They had lain in bed about an
hour and Michael, thc'oldcst, was just doz
ing off in a gentle slumber, when a slight
rasping noise fell upon his ear. Having
had some years of experience in the care of
prisoners in the county jail, he is quick to
detect any unusual noises and always alert
and ready for action when any such occur,
lie arorvi himself and brother immedi
ately, and, telling his brother to follow,
made for the cells from oiib of which the
sound came. Ho opened the hall door
gently and listened a moment until he had
located the sound, and then, sneaking up
to the door of the cell from whence it
came, he suddenly thrusts revolver through
the grating and commanded tho would-be
fugitive from justcio to move not a muscle,
or he would bo hurled into eternity by
means of powder and ball. The prisoner
obeyed the order promptly and explicitly;
ho stood perfectly quiet until Michael had
fpencd tho cell door nnd took from him
one hand a file about twelve inches long
and from tho other a littlo double toothed
saw, made out of a common steel table
knife, several inches of tho point broken off,
leaving a Btout stub of about four inches in
length to tho handle Into cither dredge of
this short, stout blade tiny teeth had beeu
filed with ono corner of tho largo filo,
which wero yet quito sharp when tho Baw
was taken possession of by Mr. Fitzgerald.
Tho saw was also very bright from recent
Upon examination of the bars in tho door,
which are about half an inch thick and
two inches wide, it was found that ono of
them had been sawed nearly half way
through, and it would havo taken but a few
hours of diligent work with tho splendid,
tools in uso to have cut three or four of tho
bars in two.
Besides Copenhoffer, who was brought
horo by tho sheriff of Johnson county for
Bafekcoping until ho shall bo tried upon
tho chargo of murder, thero woro two other
prisoners in tho cell two cattlo thieves.
Thoir scheme was nicely failed and their
ard.ent hopes of escBpe rudely blasted by tho
vigilonce of youug Michael Fitzgorald.
- o -
CASH DRY GOODS HOUSE
and POPULAR PRICES
Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Uuilrwcar
buyers. Uur Unuteu spaco compels us to move.
dry goods will find it to their interest to buy j
year you will save money ;
. , , ; -zrr: zrx
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday Jan 10, 1882
27 Genuine colored artists
For Ouu Nlisht only.
The Finest Sin?er.s, tlio Best Dancers','
The Laigvst Band and Orches
tra, the Largest Vo
Admllon to I'arriuuttu and J'arq'ietto
Circle with reserved iat . 75 ceLta
Admloioc to lire Circle with reserved
. . . . ,et - Hi rent
Anilmoi. to I, alicry JS Centi
Door open at 7 o'clock, performance bejlni at
Scat can he secured at box oSlce un the day of
the perform unce.
Ftom Toronto Daily Mai!, Dec. 8, lt.
Royal Opera Home. -The. (ieoriria MlntrU
drew a lartfe aix'leme lact til ir lit, and derrt (rood
home during the balance of their brlrf ene
nient. The perfortnancecannot lw Improved upon
in any reopvet and there arc many novel iie In It.
The vocal and lr,trumeutl ntuxlc I excellent, the
duiiCiDi; la up to the standard.
CAPTAIN B.K.CTHTI8 ,
Ila itartcd Ma
At IIo(Ikoh I'irk.
Capaeitv 20,000 Por Day
And I prepared to All all order promptly.
J A MICH CHKNKY.AKont.
Corner Eighteenth ant Poplar rttrvetn.
OK THE CONDITION
r nil! ,
'Alexander Countv flank.
Caiiio, In,., Dec. ;)lt, iHhl.
Loan and niconni ,.,
Due from other bunks
Cah. nn hand
Heal Ktato and furniture
Kxpuiuca, including taxca
, . l.V'TH
Capital tock paid In $ Hi) on
Kurplu fund ".SM 14
Kiirnlniin ll.tiMI 00
DepOHlt liy.MO 7
S 1 17.1 Tt l! 9
We. Peter NelTvIco president, and Henry Wells
cnliler, do solemnly weur that the ahovo Halu-,
meni I truu to the bet of our knowledge, and be
lief. I'KTKR KKKK, Vlcu I'reeidetit
II. WKI.I.S, Cachler.
Subiicrlhed uud sworn to before me thl nihility N
Notary Public, "
ALEXANDER COUNT Y
Commercial Avenue anil Elffhth Street,
F.nitOSH, president. I P. NKKK, Vlcel'rei'nt
11..WKU.8, Ciwhlur. T, J. Kurth, Ain't caU
F. Hro Cairo I Willium Kltiiru.'.. Cairo
I'omtNeir Willium Wolf.... "
CM Osterloh " I CO. Patter "
K. A. Under " II. Well .
J. Y, Clemou, Caledonia,
A tiE.tKKA'i HANKING I1U8INKH8 DONIC.
Exchaniiu sold and bought. Interest paid In
the SavliiK Department, Colled loin inmlu and
all biielmitfs promptly attended to.
JICKNSE NOTICE. ,
All purona dolhg hulnua whoo l!cotiw ex
plred liecemlier Hint, issl, are hereby notified to
renew their llconaa without diMay and thereby ava
trouble and coat. LOUIS 11. MVKItH,
, . . . ., t'llt Mtralml. I
Cairo, 111., January 3d, 1883. y