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THE DALLY bulletin:
Offlt j Bulletin Bulldinj. WmUIdsIob itenu
OTtEHKD AT THE POST OFFICI IN CAIRO, XL
L1KOIS, AM BKOOND-CUAfli KATTIK.
)FyiiJiAL PAPKaOP CITY AND OOCNTy
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticea In this column, elubt cent per lino for
flrt knit v cents per line sach subsequent luser
g, in. Fur one weok. 30 cents per linn. For one
month, tiuceuis per line.
Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Fresli Oysters ' .
at DeBaun's, 58 Ohio levee.
Use The Caxro Bcllktis perforated
cratch-book, mado of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Extra Select Oysters
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
A. Booth's Extra Selects
at A. T. DeBaun's, 56 Ohio levee.
Rooms for Rent.
Apply to Sins. Fitzgerald,
op stairs at Tub Bulletin building.
Southern Illinois Immigration Society.
Notice is hereby given that license hav
ing been duly granted authorizing the in
corporation of the "Southern Illinois Im
migration Society," IxxikB for subscription
to the capital stock of said corporation are
now open at thn office of the undersigned
in Oiirn. M. J. Howi.ey,
Com. for Alexander Co.
Rooms for Rent.
Three good rooms for rent in brick res
idence, corner Fifteenth and Cedar streets.
Applv on the premises or at my store, cor
ner Eighteenth end Poplar streets.
y. r. t. s.
The Young People's Temperance society
will hold a business meeting in Temper
ance hall, Thursday evening at half past
seven o'clock. It is requested that only
members of the society attend. '
From dato until the 20th inst., I wiil
sell hand made boots and shoes, also ladies'
and children's shoeo, at actual cost. II.
Block, Eighth street, betwoeu Washington
ami Commercial avenues,
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In thee columns, ton cfttiu per line,
tcb Insertion. Marked
The singer sewing machine works will
probably start up next week.
Mr. George 8. Fisher leaves this after
noon for Tallmnn, Mich., his future home.
Fob Sale. A two-bowl, marble-top
wash stand, suitable for barber shop or
hotel. Geo. Steinhouse, 6th. street, lw.
Ridishrs, cabbages and lettuce are
already up in the gardens of Cairo gar
deners. Hiss Laura Lee, the superb songstress,
is still one of the favorite stars at Walker's
Theatre Comique. .
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured aud for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Fob Sale A full parlor set, and bed
room sets, will be sold at private sale. Ap
ply at store on Commercial avenue. J.
A colored woman fell from the high
sidewalk on Fourteenth street, near the old
Turner hall, and was injured quite severe
ly, but not fatally.
Sergeant W. II. Ruy's yesterday after
noon's bulletin reported a fall of tempera
ture at Yorth Platte, Dodg City and Bis
marcic. v Pad ucah Enterprise: "It is said that
the contract of Goss & Lemon's band with
the opera hou has expired, and that it
will return to Cairo next week."
A number of new, bright stars appear
upon tho Comique stage this week. Among
then! are the lleely Brothers, and the Dul
tons, whose pertormancci last night weie
highly entertaining. .
Mr. II. Block, tho Eighth street boot
and shoe dealer, takes occasion to inform
the public in another column that he will
Bell goods extraordinarily cheap during the
next tea days.
States Attorney J. M.Damronleft yes
tcrday morning for Hodges Park, where, he
was informed by telegraph, a homicide had
taken place. No particulars could bo ol
talned yesterday. '.,
A committee of temperance people of
Murphysboro notify the saloon keepers o:
that burg, through the columns of the local
press, that the Sunday laws will be strictly
la too circuit court me case
of Mrs. Jonis vs. the Illinois Central rail
.. road coin puny took up all day yesterday,
, 'A. number of witnesses for the complain
" aot were examined and court adjourned un
: til thU morning.'
THE DAILY ,CAIRQ BULLETIN; fojESPAY MORNING, JANUARY
Dalton's afterpiece,' "Casey, tho Pi
per," creates unparakllcd amusement at
Harry Walker's Theatre Coraiquo this week.
A highly interesting programme every
night this week.
The Southern Illinois Medical associa
tion will meet at Normal hall in Carbon
dale, on the 18th and 19th days of this
month. The meeting promises to be a very
important and profitable one to the mem
bers of the profession.
Carbondalo Observer: "Wo regret to
learn that W. P. Lightfoot will, in a few
weeks, remove to Cairo to engage in tho
practice of his profession tho law. Will
has many warm friends hero who will be
loth to see him leave, but at the same time
wisli him unlwunded prosperity."
In a letter recieved Sunday by Mayor
Tbistlewood from Mr. Travcrs Daniel,
this gentleman says that he has assigned
the contract of building the Cairo water
works to Mr. James. Gamble, a wealthy
gentleman of New York city, who will be
gin activo operations soon and continue
them until the works are in operation.
-Mr. Christ. Orth has concluded to
purchase the stock of goods in
the store of Mr. E. B. IYttit, up town, and
continue the store in his own name. The
woik 'f taking an account of stock will
begin this week. Mr. Orth will make va
rious improvements and increase the stock.
-Spurioustwenty-dollar silver certificates
are being freely circulated in some parts of
the country. Several of them have been
pushed in this city. They an? eaily de
tected in daylight, but at night will pas
fretly among cureless mea-y takers. But
they are a very bad counterfeit, and should
be detected by all persons accustomed to
handling nionoy, either in the day or niglst
At 8:30 o'clock last Sunday Mr. James
R. Smith, of tlrs city, and Miss Emma Mc
Donald, of Milan, Tenn., were married at
the'hutnuof the bride's parents in the lat
ter city. It was a private wedding, nt
which but a few relatives and friends of
both p".rtics were present, among them be
ing 31 r. and Mrs. Egbert Smith who re
turned lnmc yesterday. The newly lu r
ried couple left Milun Sunday afternoon at
4K)0o'tT(K:k for New Orleans p.nd uther
places of interest, and will return alwut the
latter part of this week to take up their
residence in this city. Tue Bulletin
wishes Mr. and Mrs. James It. Smith a fu
ture of uninterrupted health, happiness,
Patrick Ryan, the noted New, York
pugilist, paused through this city, in cmn-V
pany with one of his trainer", Friday morn
ing, for New Orleans, where he goes to
prepare himself to meet Sullivan, another
noted pugilist, in the ring. Ryan is de
scribed as a physical giant, genteel in ap
pearance and quick , in his manner. He
measures six feet two inches, and weight
to hundred and twenty pounds. lie will
go inM active training at New Or.
leans, und expects to cuter the ring weigh
ing one hundred and ninety-nino pounds.
The fight will take place on the 7th of
February pomewhere between New
Orleans and Mobile, which
Ryan, having wou the choice of
ground, determined upon. The Police
Gazette backs Ryan for twenty -five hun
dred or five thousand dollars. '
-Tho practice of allowing lamps or gas
n burn all night in sleeping apartments is
as common as it is dangerous and injurious.
A walk through some of the principal resi
dence streets of this city at midnight will
convince any one that the practice is. very
common among citizens of Cairo. Speak-
ng of this habit, Dr. Robert II. Bakowell,
of C.irboii'lule, says: "It his a most in
jurious ellect upon tho nervous system.
Instead of the perfect rest the optic nerves
ought to have, and which nature provides
for by 'the darkness of the night, these
nerves are perpetually stimulated, and, of
course, the brain and the rest of the nerv
ous system suffer. Children thus brought
up are excessively timid for years after on
going into tho dark."
A negro named Harris was up in- the
court of Magistrate Comings yesterday
afternoon, charged by Chief Myers with
keeping a disorderly house on Fourth
street, between Washington avenue and
Walnut street. Tho evidence against thu
accused wits of a very damaging character;
showing that his house was ono of the
fillhieHt dens in tho city, where men Hiid
women, both colored and white, congregate
for vile purposes. Thu court, in summing
up, expatiated somewhat upon tho extreme
disgracefulnessof Harris' business, which
lead him to entice men into his den in order
to get their money, snd concluded by
assessing a tine of twenty five dullard and
costs, and promising to assess a fino of fifty
dollars and costs if tho prisoner came there
again under the samo charge. Such vigor
ous handling of criminals by tho officers
and courts of rhe city is gratifying to look
From tho annual report of the super
vising surgeon general of the murine hos
pital service of tho United States received
at this office from thd department at Wash
ington yesterday, it appears that out of ono
hundred Did thirty-four stations, Cairo is
mo seventh with regard the amount of
business done tho nuiuW of t imes truuted
during the Inst year. It is considerably
ahead of Louisville and Boston, and lack
but a few hundred of being up to 8t.
Louis and New Orleans. In this report tho
Cairo station 1b crcditod an follows: Total
number of seamen treated, 1401 j admitted
during tho year, 508; total number treated
in hospital, 535; number discharged, 489;
died, 24; number of days relief furnished
In hospital, 9,000; number of seamen fur
nished office relief, 809; number of times
office relief was furnished, 1,334; number
of persons examined, 34; amount of tax
In reply to the letter of a committee of
Paducah citizens, ottering to grant the Dan
ville, Olney aud Ohio river railroad one
hundred thousand dollars in municipal
bonds, a right of way through tho city and
depot grounds, provided the railroad bo
finished by a certain time, Air. Parker C.
Chandler, president of the company, says
that the offer is not sufficient; that tho com
pany must have one hundred thousand dol
lars in securities, which are negotiable at
par; be guaranteed immunity from prose
cutions by owners of property abutting pro
posed right of way through tho city
and several other things. He concludes
his letter thus severely: "Although wo
have thought favorably of Paducah as a
southern terminus, yet we cannot think it
advisable to choose a city whoso inhabi
tants are so little alive to the mutual ad
vantage that they couple thoir assistaEfcty
with burdens so opprssivo and restrictive
as to make it impossible to accept tho aid
offered." It is possible that, unless the
citizens of Paducah make an acceptable
offer, tho builders of tho railroad will turn
to Cairo as a southern torminus of the road.
' There is some complaint among citi
zens doing business or living in tho vicinity
of Sixth and Eighth streets on Commercial
avenue, because of the loud profanity of
young street Arabs, especially negroes. An
instance of this occurred yesterday when
one foul-mouthed young fellow, passing on
one side of the street, yelled across the
street to anoriier fellow, "Say your s b ,
where in h did you go last niyht." Vile
as this is, it is but a mild specimen of the
street conversation indulged in by a large
number of bootblacks and other youcg
street loafers, both black and white. It is
an every day occurrence at the places men
tioned, and ladies and gentlemen for
square? around are absolutely compelled to
take cognizance of tho filthy stream which
flows from ttie filthier mouths of thu brain
less young vagabnuds. They are shrewd
enough in most cases to look around to see
that there is no officer in sight, and when
there is., to be less profane and obscene, or
to make b break for liberty. But it is like
ly that several of the young rascals will
bo male an example of soon; for Chief
Myers is on the watch for them.
Abou 6 :30 o'clock last night, Chief
Myers' attention was called to a negro and
a white m in, the latter in an intoxicated
condition, going down Tenth street toward
Walnut street. The negro was evidently lead
ing tho white man to some obscure place
for the purpose oft robbing him. The chief
was joined by Officer Olmsted, and both fol
lowed ami arrested the negro. The white
mau was also brought along to j lil and
searched, but found not to possess anything
of value. - Further enquiry as to the route
traveled by the two disclosed tho following
facts: Tho white man had been on a
spieV, and was thrust out of a levee saloon
for disorderly conduct. In his aimless
wanderings he came upon the negro, who
offered to carry the man's satchel for him to
which proposition the drunken man agrued.
They then wandered around town together
and as they passed a house od Twelfth
street, inhabited by negroes, the negro
threw the "atchel into the yard and request
ed soine oue there to take caro of it for him.
They then contiuuod on their way until
captured, ns stated. The satchel was pro
cured and opened by the officers, and
found to contain a number of good shirts
and other clothing. There is good ground
for a charge of larceny against tho negro,
and he will have a preliminary examination
today. The white man will, also be tried
for drunkenness and disorderly conduct.
Yesterday thu steamer 15. S. Rhea took
aboard a passenger at Bird's Point and
came to the Cairo wharf. About noon
while the boat was still lying atho wharf,
tho paesenger begun to feci bad. Ho came
up the levee to Barclay Bro'B drugstore to
got iivi liciuo and It ascertain, if possible,
what ailed him. Dr. C. W. Dunning hap
pened to bo in the store, who examined thu
man and pronounced him to Im afllictcd
with a clear case of varioloid. The doctor
ordered tho man to return immediately to
the bout, and informed Chief Myers of the
circumstances. The chief stationed him
self on tho wharf boat, where he could keep
un eye on the boat and prevent tho mi
from being left In the city. No attempt
was made by thu officers of tho boat to get
rid of tho man, probably because they did
not know of the man's ailment. But the
boat left for the nAw elevator, and it
seems that, on her way up there, tho offi
cers of tho boat had been Informed of facts
in the case. When tho boat arrived at tho
elevator tho man was put ashore, aud all
was thought to bo well. But Chief Myers
had been too sharp for them. Officer Otm
stud had been Informed of tho circum
stance, and was "on hand" to. foil the de
signs of tho officers of the boat. Ho com
pel led them to t'tko tho sick stranger uwsy
with them. It is probable tint tho sick
man was taken bark to Bird's Point again.
A co-respondent of tho Cnibotidalo
Obscrvur, signing himself "Citizen," com
plains that no teuiprrunco lecturers visit
that locality to creato a revival In temper
auco. Carbondalo Is a nou -license town
and, so far from being in want of temper
nnco lecturers, should bo ablo to furnish all
her neighbors with . talented temperance
orators in plenty. This lack ot temperance
orators in a temperance town is strange
enough. Cairo 1b not a temperance town,
but can furninh not less
than a dozon temperance
talkers of no mean ability. But what is
still stranger in connection with Carbon
dale, the non-Iicenso town, whoro there aro
supposed to bo no places where liquor is
sold as a beaverage, is that drunkenness
prevails there to an alarming extent.
"Almost every day," says "Citizen," in his
communication to the Observer, "we see
young men on our streets in an intoxicated
condition, aud more especially is this tho
case on Sundays." And this in a com
.munity where tho sale of liquor is supposed
to bo entirely prohibited by law! But
evidently tho salo of intoxicants, being pro
hibited to be cpenly carried on, is being
secretly carried on, to tho greater moral
injury of both seller and buyer than if it
were done opely and within stringent reg
ulations provied by law; for in conclusion
the correspondent says: "We intended to
ask some more questions as to where the
lxys got their liquor, and if the sale of an
alcoholic beverago called 'hard cider,' can't
be stopped. 'Hurd' is the right name for
it, but it disgraces the name of cider. When
wo say 'alcoholic,' wo know whereof we
speak. We will adk our other questions at
some future time with your permission"
Saturday night Chief Myers, in com
pliance with a letter received from Marshal
Birchet, of raducah, arrested two men who
had come to this cijjf, from above on the
steamer Gns Fow ler and brought with them
a quantity of old copper piping which they
d it-posed of to Henry Sayers. Marshal
Birchet believed one of them, Graham, to
have been guilty of passing several coun
terfeit twenty dollar bills in Paducah, and
requested Chief Myers to search him for
base money and the implements with
which such is made. The chief did so but
found nothing whatever of a suspicious
character upon Graham. Furthermore
Graham has an expression of face which
the rbicf says is not that of a scouudrel.
and if there is anything In which the chief
excels most men, it is the ability to judge
thu character of a man by his looks.
Therefore it is snfe to assume that Graham
is not a bad man. But not so with Gra
ham's partner. This fellow has not only a
bad countenance, but had also a number of
articles in hb possession which would lead
one to suspect him of having made a do
scent upon some country store. He had a
quantity of copper wire, a pair of nippers,
a email vise itnd other little tools used in
tho manufacture of egg beaters, which ho
claimed to manufacture and sell for a liv
ing. This was all right enough they
seemed to be the tools and stocks in trade
jf a legitimate business. But besides these
be had also a quantity of lead in bars; a
cigar box full of sundries, comprising
cheap jewelry; a number of lances for
bleeding horses, and about a dozen of
spectacles; several of them quite valuable,
one of which boro a tag marked "fl.75."
lie had also a paper package, containing
a dozen silk scarfs for ladies and a single,
blue felt mitten, large enough for a child of
about twelve years of age. Tho whule
seemed to have been hastily taken and
thrown together, but they were well taken
care of. Chief Myors took possession of
the goods, ami is awaiMng developecients.
The two men are still in the city.
Mr. Win. McCullough, of Louisville, wis
in the city yesterday.
Mr. Frank Schuh, of Charleston, was
here on business yesterday. ,
Mr. F. M. Ward, one of Cairo's old citi
zens, contemplates a trip to Texas with a
view to finding a good place to locate per
manently. Ho is even now engaged in
settling up his business in this city, and
expects to start within a few weeks.
Misses Daisy and Mamio Ilalliday have
returned to Vassar college at Poughkcepsie,
N. Y., to finish tho term.
Mr. M. R. Kiihno is employed by tho
opera house company as stago carpenter, for
which poni'ion ho is eminently fitted (by
reason of his thorough, practical knowlcdgo
of funcy carpentering.
Mr. Alex N. Taylor, of tho "Fultonian,"
published at Fulton, Ky., was in tho city
on a visit to friends Saturday aud Sunday.
Judge Marchildon was in Cairo from tho
county yesterday on business.
MAOISTATK COMINOB' OOUBT.
Win. Carroll, a white man, who was ono
of a gang who attacked and brutally boat
an old negro man on Ohio lovue on Christ
mas day, wss arrested yoslerday by Consta
ble Haz. Martin. , Carroll had been away
and returned only Sunday. Ho was fined
five dollars and costs.
Marsh Brow n, a negro, was arrested by
Officer Mtthunny for being drunk and dis
orderly. Ho was fined five dollars and
Chief Myers captured ono John Ray, a
Goloonda sharper, In tho act ot playing a
threo curd confidence game upon an old
blind man named John Browor, and his
ton, vho were also from Golconda. Ray
mixed and held the cards, allowing tho boy
and several others to draw for tho marked
card, which resulted invariably In success
STUAET'S P0PULAE and EELIABLE
CASH DEY GOODS HOUSE
LEADER OF LOW and POPULAR PRICES
Announco a great reduction in prices of Dress Goods, Hosiery, Gloves and Undwrwear
which should attract the attention of cash buyers. Our limitodspace compels us to movo
stock and our rapidly growing trade necessitates ourenlargo of all departments of our
business. Wo do not wait for business to come to us but proposo to bring it, and aro tho
only house in tho city who aro busy all the year jound. 8eo our great bargains in Dress
Goods at 12, 15 and 20 cents. Dress Ginghams reduced from 15 and 15J4 cents to
8 aud 10 cents. 100 dozen Ladies', Gent' and Children's Hose to close at 5, 10, 15, 20
and 25 cents. Childs Underwear from 15 cents up. Ladies' and Genta' Mariifo Under
wear 25, 35. 40, 50 and 05. , '
5,000 yards Hamburg Edging and Inserting will bo placed on salo next week at
prices never before seen in tho city. Bleached and Brown Cotton at old price.
Any statements we make in print can be relied on as being substantially correct and
aro always strictly adhered to. Buyers of dry goods will find it to their interest to buy
now, nnd by giving us your trade tho coming year you will save money;
The Choral Society, of Colro, havo 'made ar-ranmi-ut
for tne boMIng ol a Musical Coovvo
tlou in Cairo, commuuclng
MONDAY, JANUARY 16.
Friday, January liO.
Iho Convection will bs unilor the direction of
W. F. SHEKAVIN,
of Cincinnati, who ha4 a well known reputation
an able conductor The mlnnii of the con
vention will l? held at tho 1'renhvturlan Church at
i p. m. and 7:1)0 p. ni. On Friday tveuliit; a
GRAND CONCERT ,
will be given at the
Cairo Opera House,
in which it it expected
75 OR MORE SINGERS
will take t'art.
8eaon ticket to the convention and concert
tlckciK can be obtained at 1. H. Schuh'. Itirclav
Bn' and Oeo. U'linra Season tlcki-t. fl.00
arb; conctrt tlrk-t Hi ct. carh. Kutervud eaia
for concert can be obtained without extra c,harj(i!.
Too iurch.!r of a aea.on ticket will receive a con
cert tkkiU free.
Tho Choml Society hope that the cltir.em of
Calrow'll heartily co-operate with theSo:lety In
thl eifrirt Uj Increase the lnterent and cultivate tho
tantc of our people In tnunlc. And the Society
mnt cordially extend to the ci'i.cn of t'c r.ltle.
town and country Hear Cairo who tuke au interest
In tnuntc, an Invitation to take part in the work nt
the convention, which will embrace Inntractlnna
In vocal muic ecpeclnlly In the aincinu of church
miific, orntorlo chonie, Knltch uleea Ac
for the boy. The old blind man was an
interested "looker on" and finally fell into
thn trap set for him by betting fifteen dol
lars that the boy could draw the marked
card aijain. Thu bet was accepted by Hay
and the numey put up; the boy drew and
lost, and just as tho money had been taken
possession of by Bay the chief, who had
waited for this stage of tho little game,
made his appearance upon tho pceno nnd
took possession of the money, the enrds and
the players. They were marched to the
court of Magistrate Comings, from whence
Hay was sent to jail under bond to await
the session of the county court, and the
blind man and his loy were set free, with
tho request to appear at the trial of Bay.
Tho fifteen dollars wna deposited in bank
and will bo turned over to Brewer after the
trial of Hay.
A negro named Levy Harris, to whom
reference is made elsewhere, was charged
with striking a woman named Annie John
son, lie niuail guilty to tho cliarL'o and
was fined fivtylollars and costs. Ho had
been arrested by Chief Myers.
Jack Temploton, who, together with an
other young man, severely beat an old
negro named George Washington in a
down town saloon a few days ago, was ar
rested by OfUccr Mahanny and brought
into court for trial. Ho was found guilty
and fined ten dollars and costs.
George Washington was charged with
using abusive language to Jack Temple
ton. He was arrested by Ofllcer Mahanny
aim fined five dollars and costs.
Annie Johnson, a negress, was arrested
by Chief Myers for beiug drunk. She was
fined one dollar and costs by tho court.
Ono caso of disorderly conduct and too
cases of drunkenness were tried by Justico
Hobicson yesterday. Tho former was fluod
one dollar and costs and tho latter five and
costB each. All went to Jail in default of
payment of the fines.
Young John Lally was arrested by OfUccr
Winis yesterday upon tho chargo of having
mado arrests and surved legal papers as sn
ofllcer of tho law when ho was not an offl
cor. He was elected constable in tho Fifth
ward at ths last county election, but he did
not file ft bond within twenty days aftor
election, as required by law. The docket
of Justico O. A. Ouborn shows that ho,
representing himsolf as a qualified ofllcer
of tho law, had called for papers, served
them and brought prisoners into, that court,
lie was taken before Justice Osborn for
trial; but ho plead guilty and was fined tea
dollars ud costs.
CAIRO OPERA HOUSE.
Tuesday J an 10, 1882
2 7 Genuino colored artists
ForOuii Nlfiht onlv.
The Finest Singers, tho Best Panccw,
The Largest Band and Orches
tra, the Largest Vo
. cal Corps
Aduilfilun to I'arntjatU! and raniuette
Circle with n-tervrd neat ... T5 crLU
Admliloc to Urei Circle with rvaerved
. , I - et..... yi cents
Admlmlon to (jailer? . a centa
Hoora open at 7 o"clock, performance be 'Inn at
Seat can ha secured at box odlce an the day of
Fiom Tarunto Dally Mail, Dec. fi, lsM.
Royal Opera Homo The (Morula Mintrela
drew a larue aurtleu.e lat u!nt. and dew rye goui
hnut during the balance of their brttf inV'
ment. The performancecannot be Improved upon
in any reaped and there are many tiovelttea In It.
The vocal and iLMrumehtal luunic la excellent, thu
dancing Is up to the niaiidard.
REI'OUT OF THE CONDITION
CIT Y NATIONAL. HANK
at Cairo, In the State ol Illinois, at the close of
December 3 1st, 18B1.
I.oam and dUcouuta 3W,il 15
U.S. bond to ecuro circula-
t ion M),i"J 00
I'. S. bond on hand 3 d00 UU
Other itotka, bond and mort-
, -'k"' SO.H.Vl 01
Due from appruved reserve
atrenu M.f.lT ;
Due from other national baiik l!i,tkll kj
Due from Mate bank and
hanker ' H,3'.'7 60
Ileal etate, furultnro and fix
ture 31,4!T 18
Check and other ruh Item. $ 'i.fifi frr
Hills of other Hank i.',Twi U)
Kraellonal paper currency,
nirkeUand pennies 150 83
silver T.WS :!.41 ft)
l.eanl T.-nder not.- sfe.ijiXJ 0(1 RJ.fiOl 47
Redemption fund with IT. S.
'1 reavurer, (5 per cent, of cir
culation) . 3,200 00
Due from U. H. Trenaurer,
other than R per cent re
redcuiptiou fund t0.'5 1l
Total JTuti.SU l'j
Capital Block pulil in... $ lUD.nen on
Siirtilu Fund IdVmo (it)
rudivlded l'rollt l,fH 4S
National bank uotca outstand
ing 4r,,oon oo
Dividend unpaid s.UUI IK)
Individual depoelts pubjoct to
check 4l,rH2 6:1
Demand certificate of depohlt, 13,21 ll
Duo toother national bank, 4,1(10 (iU
Dim to tstato banks and
blinkers 18,4 It) OA
Tom T0,H51 19
Htute. of Illlnol, county of Alexander, .
I, Tlio. W. llalllduy, Cahier of thu above named
tin nk, do solcnitily wear Unit the above statement
la trim to thu bet of my knowledge nnd belief, v
Tuos. W. Hai.i.iuay, Caehior.
Hubacrlhed and iwe.ru to before me this 0th day
of January, ltMJ. M. J.llownr,
11. H. Ouhninoiiam, )
O. D. Wu.tuMoii, VDIroctoM.
II. 11. Cahdiss. )
CAPTAIN B. F. Cl'HTIS
Has started his ,
At Horizon lvk.
Capacity 20,000 Por Day
And la prepared to All til orders promptly.
Corner Eluhtuonth nnd Poplar Streets.
All persons (InlnK bnlnoa who.o Hcotino ex
plred llecember Slut, IHMl. am hereby ootlftod to
renew their llr.ons without delay nnd thereby aavt
iruuoia auu bu.i. iuuu ii. m nun.
Cults, 111., January ftd v UlV " w