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TUB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
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BXTBHBD AT TBI P06T OrflCI IH CAIRO, XL
UHOtt, At SKOOND-CLAU KATTXB.
OfIOIAL FAPKROP CITY AMD OOtJMTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Nolire tutnta column, eignt cent et line for
(tDt ve eenu par lm each tubacqueut lnaer
lion. Kr ono week, SOecnU per Uno. for one
month, M) ceuU per Uno.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Good day board at reasonable
rates. Moal, tickets for transient board
ers. ' Mrs. Phil K. Howard.
"NEW YORK STORE."
ALWAYS THE LOWEST.
Down with high prices. Buy your goods
where you will receive the largest quantity
for the dollar.
We quote below a few leading articles,
and guarantee all other coods as low. Ro
inembcr wo have the goods and
THEY ARE KOK BALK.
Best Standard A Sugar lO'c per lb
Best Granulated Sugar 10; c per lb
Ex C L B Sugar OcpeMb
IOC per lo
13c per lb
,...12c pur lb
llji'c P-r lb
10c per lb
15c per lb
25c per lb
15c per lb
Next Rio Coffee . .
Golden Rio Coffee.. .
Arbuckle Coffee, roasted .
Levering Coffee, roasted .
, .14c per lb
Matches, 200 in a box 4c per box
Stove polish 3 nkgs for 10c
Am. 3-4 Sardines, lOo'a box, 3 boxes for 25c
Tea 30c, 40c, 50c and 73c per lb
Star Tobacco 63c per lb
2 lb Standard Tomatoes 10c, 3 cans for 25c
3 lb " " f 1.40 per doz. or 2
cans tor 25c
McMurry Corn, 3 cans for 40c, 15c per can
Liberty Corn, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
3 lb Apples, 3 cans for 25c, 10c per can
And all other canned goods in propor
tion. 2 oz. Bottle Bluing 2 for 5c
7 lbs Best Lard lor f 1.00
Creamery Butter 30c per lb
Country Butter 20c and 22c per lb
25 Bars Walnut Soap for f 100
6 " " " " 25c
Kirk's Best Gcr. " .... 15 bars for $1 .00
New Prunes 3 lb for 25c, t2 lb for $1.00
i id Aiaen unea Apples tor f l.ou
Best Maple Syrup 00c per gallon
Walt, Flat Hoop $1.40 per bbl
Boat Soda Crackers 0c per lb by box
Laundry Starch 4 a per lb
Bi Carb Soda ' 0 lb for 25c
1 lb Salmon, per can 15c
Tumbler Jelly 2 for 15c
Stove Polish 3 cakes for 10c
Best Coal Oil, per gallon 1 5c
Wo handle the best grades of I1 jour
made, and gnarantoo every barrel, and 'our
prices lower than can lo bought in Cairo.
TRYOUU P.& W. BRAND.
Whitaker, Kingon and McAllister's Hams
at prices lower than elsewhere.
We also offer same inducements in DRY
GOODS, NOTIONS, CLOTHING and
Boots and Shoes.
Low prices ami small profits is our motto.
LARGEST STOCK IN SOUTHERN
ILLINOIS. SAVE MONEY.
Where the most goods are Bold,
can you buy the cheapest.
Goods delivered free and prompt.
C. O. PATIEK &
Dk. Klikb's Cheat Nkkvb Hestohkk is
the marvel of the ago for all nerve diseases.
All fits stopped free. Bend to U31 Arch
Btreet, Philadelpia, Pa.
i Uso Tug Caiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, mado of calendered juto
mauilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
eate, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
8. five and ten cents each by the single one,
oy tne dozen, special aiscount on gross
lots to the trade.
Upon the first of Juno I will reopen my
liouso for the reception of boarders, and
promise to nave as good tare as tne price
and market will afford. I havo a few nicely
furnished rooms for those desiring board
and lodging. Day board, $18 per month.
Send in your application as soon as possible.
Mus. Chad. Pkikkeklino.
Cottaub koh rest, in good location
Cheap to a gixxl tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tub Bulletin building.
tf. Mrs. Fitmikhald.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at the Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
for children the tlrntof June. HourB. from
dido uu iwoociock, aiso lessons in music
during the afternoon
Terms, one dullar a uumth.
Music, twenty-five cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at Tuk Uul
Sprout's Retail J ce Box.
Couuumuts of ice arc notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street loCundiirs store whore
ice in auv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
tneir ucauis win ue puncnou at tiiii stand
t tho satno u by drivers of wagons, tf,
For Ecut Dwelling.
I will tent my house on Fifteenth street
,, to a responsible tenant. House contains
ten rooms besides brick basement with din
Inn room, kitchen, pantry and wash room
and ll in good condition. Apply to me on
th premise! or at Barclay Bro'i Ohio levee
drug store. , un. a, ubaiiuun.
Out of the fire, cor. of 8th and Lovoc, my
ice house and office is at present at tho
City Brewery, on Washington avonuo, be
tween 8th and Oth streets. Orders will be
filled samo as usual, both wholesalo and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A. Goodo, Eighth sheet oDposito
Bristol's has receiovod a full lino of new,
fresh and fashionable millinery, Straw
geods Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles,
which is offered at very low figures. At
her Btore is tbo place to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
belts. All arc cordially invitedto call and
inspect her stock. tf.
TUESDAY, MAY 80.
Tho Wabash, St. Louis & Pacific Kail
way company will run excursion trains be
tween Cairo and Mound City, leaving
Union depot, Cairo, at 9 :10 a. m. and every
hulf hour thereafter until 5 p. m.
Round trip tickets will be sold at Unioi
depot and at O'Harra's drug store for 25
cents. Passengers without tickets will be
charged full rates.
Trains in both directions will stop at
Eighteenth street. It
Notice to Consumers of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and caretui attention.
Geo. W. Spbsce.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In throe eommna, tea cent per Una,
lach laeertion. Marked
Levring's coffee, 14 cents per pound,
at Smith Bros. It
Window shades all styles and prices at
Jeff Clark's. tf
10 pounds A. coffee sugar for $1 at
Smith Bros. It
Arbuckle'i coffee, 15 cents per pound,
at Smith Bros.- It
7 pounds best green Rio coffee for
$1 at Smith Bros. It
Sec notice of special train to Mound
City on Decoration Day, in special locals.
2 cars Yarmouth corn for 25 cents at
Smith Bros. It
No services in the Presbyterian Church
A sheriff's convention ito bo held at
Springfield on the 1st of June.
Mouldings and picture frames at Jeff
Mr. R. Hebsacker is beautifying bis
place of business on Eighth street external
ly. The Three States will make an excur
sion to Paducah this morning, without re
gard to the weather.
2 cans 3-pound standard tomatoes for
25 cents, or $1.30 per dozon, at Smith
Wanted. 25 poundB white, clean
cottonrags, at The. Bulletin office, at 5
cents per pounds.
About fifteen boxes of fine peaches
passed through hero from Tennessee to
The class in art embroidery will com
mence on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Da
vidson, tho teacher, will arrive on the
Tuesday morning tram from Anna.
Another match game of base ball will
bo played on Twenty-eighth street by the
New York Store nino and another club this
afternoon at two o'clock.
Bon ton Ice Cream, Pine Apple Lemon
ade and Sherbets, at King's Floral Hall and
Ice Cream Garden, opposite Court House.
Give him a call. It
The Halliday Guards go to Mound
City on Decoration Day to take part ia the
decoration ceremonies. It is also expected
that the Anna Guards will bo there.
Ben. Boyd, a notorious counterfeiter,
was released irom Juliet prison recently
after having served a ten years sentence for
W. S.Gerrish, a widely-known lumber
man of Michigan, died at Evart of what
was pronounced malignant Bmall-pox. He
left to his wife and child a lifo insurance of
A force of hands is hard at work on tho
street railroad making the bed of the track,
between the rails, firm with broken rock
When the work is dono the road will bo in
excellent condition and will not bo intcrfer
red with by dust or mud or water.
In the Republican congressional con.
vention, to bo held at tho Opera House in
this city, on tho 13th of July, Alexander
county wilf bo entitled to 10 delegates;
Jackson, 22; Johnson, 15; Massac, 13;
Perry, 18; Pope, 10; Pulaski, 12; Ran
dolph, 27; Union, 11; Williamson, 10.
Under tho firm namo of Winter Bros.,
Messrs. Gus. Claudo and Wm. Winter will
start a now vcgetablit and provision stand
in the brick building recently erected on
Eighth street by Mr. Henry Winter. Pre
parations tor tho opening are even now la
Tho hardest egg story ot them a!
tonus from a citizen up town. It is to tha
effect that an ordinary hen's egg, bearing
no unusual marks externally, after hating
boon boiled and tho Bhell taken off; bore,
on the surfaco of tho hard.boilod yolk, tho
inscription in logiblo, dark-hued charac
ters, "January 8th, 1803." Of courso, tlio
day named is to' bo judgment day. Next?
The sewers of tho city which had to bo
closed because of tho late riso in the river,
will bo ro-openod to-morrow. They can be
oponod when tho river is down to thirty-six
feet on tho gauge, and it is expected to
reach that point to- morrow forenoon
Mr. D. F. King's Floral Hall and Ico
Cream Garden is now open to tho public,
and is very attractive. Ho has a largo col
lection of plants and flowers, as well as tho
finest of icocream,Bherbets,pine applo, lem
onade, etc. Give him a call and you will
go again. It
A negro was arrested yesterday, who
had been seen several nights ago to unlock
the front door of Mr. Hurrigan's place ot
business on Ohio Jevee, in tho Clark block.
Mr. Hurrigan had missed money from his
till several times, but was unable to dis
cover any cluo to its whereabouts. The
negro was jailed and will bo examined to
morrow. Mr. G. W. Morso has just presented to
the library two interesting and valuable
pieces of ancient pottery one from the
relics of tho Zuni Indians and tho other
aspociaien of the art of the Mound Build
ers. The gift will be fully appreciated by
the members of tho Library Association,
and add to the already valuable collectiou
in the library room.
A brakeman on the Illinois Central
Railroad, named Hobbs, was killed near a
small town on this end of the line Friday.
He was one of the most reliable men on the
road, being often entrusted with 6ole care
as conductor of "wild" freight trains. He
left here Tuosday as conductor of such a
train, and was on his way back as brake
man on another when he met his death.
The circumstances of tho death of
young William Hobbs, brakeman on tho
Illinois Central railroad, are horrible. His
train was at Elkville, about ninety-fivo
miles up the road. He was in the act of
ma&i'og a coupling, and in attempting to
step out from between the cars his foot was
caught by a switch, he was thrown across
the rail and two cars passed over his chest,
causing immediate death.
The Fourth of July celebration com
mittee has appropriated $1,820, to cover
expenses so far contemplated. Five hun
dred and eighty-eight dollars of this
amount has been subscribed by citizens.the
balance will be advanced by tho fire com
panies and Krew. A largo tent will be
purchased to afford shelter at the park for
the people. It has already been selected in
Friday night a man was seen to make
several attempts to burglarize tho dry
goods house of Mr. C. R. Stuart, on Eighth
street. The would-be burglar slipped in
to the recess of the doorway, and by the use
of keys sought to open tho door. He was
scared away three times by passers-by,
always returning to try again, but finally
gave up the job. The watcher was pro
pared to give tho alarm in caso tho fellow
gained an entrance to tho store.
A republican mass meeting held in
Union county yeBterday for the purpose of
Belectiag delegates to the congressional
convention to be held in this city on the
13th proximo, instructed its delegates to
vote for Captain J. R. Thomas, as a oandi
dato for congress first, last and all tho time.
This gives Captain Thomas two of the four
counties which have so far held mass meet
ings on the first ballot: Massac and Union,
each with fifteen delegates; and Johnson,'
also with fifteen votes, is also his after the
first ballot. Williamson gives her nineteen
delegates to G. W. Young.
Don't fail to read tho seven notices
from the New York Store published in
to-day's Bulletin. You will learn some
thing to your advantage; something that
every one with a family should know, and
put their knowledge to good use, making
three dollars do the work of four in a
grocery bill, and thus livo better on less
money. The New York Store carries a
tremendous stock of goods, and their cut in
prices is a dead sure thing. Many of the
goods quoted cannot be laid down in Cairo
in ordinary 'quantity at wholesale at tho
prices they aro offered at retail. Now is
tho time to lay in supplies.
Smith Bros, arc prepared to meet ull
competition in tho reduction ot prices.
They havo tho stock, and their customers
have no occasion to go elsewhere to get
their supplies. They carry a largo general
stock. They buy in large quantities for
cash, and will givo their customers tho
benefit of it. They pay special attention
to tho retail trade. They deliver goods, no
matter how small a quantity, to any part of
the city free of charge. Their motto is, to
meet all competition, and will guarantee to
duplicate the prices of any house in tho
city on all goods, and in somo goods will
undersell thorn. They havo a large tttock
of canned goods, which they aro offering at
low priccB. It will pay those in nood of
goods to call on them. it
Yesterday Mr. C. N. Hughes
received from. Governor 8. M. Cullora, a
commission as trustee of tho Southern Illi
nois Normal University. Tho appointment
was an agreoablo surpriso to Mr. Hughes,
as ho had not had the slightest iutlmation
that such action would ho taken and had
not intimated any desire in that direction.
It it a clear case of tho offlco seeking the
man, and tho office has cortalnly been
worthily bestowod. Tho emoluments of
tho position aro but nominal, five dollars
per day for every day of actual service in
the interest of tho institution. But the
honor, coming as did iu this case, is
something worth having, and Mr. Hughes
is being congratulated by his mauy friends.
at New York store; lower than elsewhere.
Judge White, of Kansas City, has re
cently instructed a grand jury to somo
purpose. On tho night of tho 8d of April
Kansas City was disgraced by a lynching, a
colored man being hnng by a m'ob for sup
posed participation in 'the killing of a
policeman. It has since developed that
tho negro was probably iunoccnt. Judge
White has instructed tho grand jury to find
indictments for murder against all who
participated in tho lynching, and epoaks
very strongly ot tho crime, telling tho jury
not to be appalled by tho number of in
dictments for murder they may find it nec
essary to bring. We commend Judge
White's action to the Republican Judges
of Republican mob-law in McLean county.
23 yards of print at New Y'ork Store for
$1. All dry goods cheap.
The limited talents of some people
render It impossible for them to bo severe
without being vulgar and slangy. The
bootblack who has editorial charge of
Grandmother Argus since Saturday may
be easily riled, but he is certainly a good
orthologist and a classical writer, ju iging
from the following, which ho gave forth in
the last issue of tho sweet-tempered old
lady: "Tho old great grandfather Bulle
tin is a wampus, and a grandiloquent,
mean, snivelling wretch, who would kill a
starved, mangy cur for the fleas, to boil
down for their fat, to be used for shortening
so as to avoid the expwi.se of buying lard."
Case Arbuckle's Coffee just in. cent
higher in price in New York City, but still
15 cents at New Your Storb.
"As an evidence that advertising is a
good thing," says the Pulaski Patriot, "we
will state that in the last issueofthe Patriot
Mr. W. J. Price advertised that he had for
sale a one horse wagon and harness. The
paper was hardly in the post office before
he had a purchaser, and the money was re
posing safely in his own pocket. Such is tho
good luck that a man has who advertises."
Pshaw, The Bulletin can lay way over
that. Thursday night, alcmt eleven o'clock,
a gentleman ordered an advertisement call
iug for a lost fan and handkerchief inio
next morning's Bulletin. The notice was
set up in type, proved and was about to Ihj
turned over to the compositor for correction
when word came that the article sadvertised
forbad been recovered.
Spiced Pig Tongues ready fur table use
only CO cents a dozen or 5 cents each. Just
the thing for lunch,
At New York Store.
Two negroes named respectively James
Allen and Henry Dunwiddic, quarrelled
over a game in John Gladney's satoou one
day last week. The quarrel ended in war
like demonstrations on both sides and these
terminated yesterday in the trial of Allen
upon tho charge of an assault with a dead
ly weapon, in Magistrate Coming's court.
The evidence in the case showed that Dun
widdic first went through the motions of
drawing a weapon from his pistol pocket
and transferingit to his coat pocket. While
doing this he had his side toward Allon and
when he again faced tho latter he looked
into tho muzzle of a revolver and heard the
threat,."if you attempt to raise anything I'll
blow the op of your d d head off." It
appeared therefore, that Allen acted in self-
defense and he was promptly discharged.
Barrels and Boxes of IW.icr, Weyl & GVs
best crackers at St. Louis card prices. No
freight to Cairo.
At New York Stoke.
The Chester Tribune gives the follow,
ing account ot the escape of William Wal
ters alias Smith, from tho Chester penitenti
ary : The cleverest escape that has yet been
made from the prison, occurred last Friday
evening. William Walters, a five year mun
from Madison county, sent up last winter
on charge of grand larceny, showed himself
to Keeper Batcheldcr about threo o'clock ia
the afternoon and a few hours later was
found to havo taken French leavo. Au in
vestigntiou showed that lie had entered tho
hot air tunnel, cut a hole through a brick
wall into tliu filth sewer, crawled down it to
tho uinin sewer, of which he cut the grating
with a case knifo saw, and, leaving his stri
pod clothes inside escaped through tho
branch. He may have had on" stolen clothes
or becu supplied outside, or perhaps tscap
ed in puris uaturallibus. At any rate bo's
gone and the guards can't tell whore to find
him. It 1b thought ho has gone south for
the benefit ol his health. Ho is vory hand
gome, five feet mid eleven inches in height,
light complexion, brown curly hair and
blue pyes." Walters, who was captured in
Charleston by constable Cockrou, was taken
back to Chester from hero yesterday to
servo out tho remainder of his term ot threo
years. Instead of coming down tho rivor
in tho canoo which ho "borrowed," h went
up tho river a littlo distance, then crossed
over and wont to Charleston by tho Iron
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or Gentleman's Complete Outfit. A large Assort
ment of , STKAW HATS AND STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGE'S WE HAVE: .
FIRST The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply, our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and are prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We aie at all times represented iu eostern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now.it is by taking advantage of theso opportunities that we do from time to timo,
namo such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance wo are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, oaetiBiiit bearstho ticket with full namo Middlesex Co. $10.00. Nono
genuino without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $9.00, worth $15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12 50, worth $19.00. We do not sell goods tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that wo make a small profit on everything wo sell, for
that principle by which a merchant can sell goods for less than cost, and still keep store,
has never yet been discovered. Come und see our goods. You will not bo importuned
J. BURGEE & BRO,
At Palace Clothing House,
108 Commercial Avenue,
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Best Sugar 10 cents at New York etore.
Not extra C White, 10 puunds for a dollar,
The next entertainment to be presented
to the Cairo public will be the grand benefit
for tho Cairo Public Library, which will
take place at the Opera Houso on the even
ing of June 6th. This entertainment, under
tho management of tho Woman's Club and
Library Association (not the ladies of tho
Episcopal church as inadvertently stated by
Tue Bulletin) will comprise some brilliant
and popultfr features. By special requestor
a number of citizens, tho May Pole dance
and comic operetta, given with such great
success at tho entertainment by tho Episco
pal ladies, ttud the drill of the Broom
Brigade at the Mothodist festival, all of
which wore so enthusiastically received by
those who witnessed them, will bo repeated
with striking aud pleasing variations. In
addition to those features the Halliday
Guards have kindly offered their assiFtance
in the entertainment, and will give an cx
hibition of their skill in military tactics. It
is hinted that the occasion w,ll be taken to
present that gullaut company with a hand
some fiag as a'mark of the appreciation of
the Cairo ladies, for their services aud brave
conduct during the perilous times of high
water. Some,, beautiful tableaux will be
given St tho conclusion of each part, and
besides the attractions offered by our own
homo talent arc added, ono will bo tlio first
appearance in Cairo of Prof. Bromlee, ono
of tho finest dramatic readers iu tbo West,
who kindly volunteers his abnistaiice for tho
benefit of the Library. Since the generous
and public-spirited action ot our City
Council, in arranging tho preliminaries for
accepting iu duo time tho public library
and making it a free library, the ladies
who havo ho long und faithfully adminis
tered the trust, have felt the encouragement
proceeding trom a recognition of the valuo
of their labors, and are confident that they
will meet with a hearty and cordial responso
in their present effort for tho benefit of tho
library. A crowded house and largo finan
cial BUccess should reward their efforts at
Tho ferry boat Three States will make
trips as follows on Decoration Day : Leave
Cairo at 7 a. m, and at 1 1 a. m,, remaining
at Mi'und City till 2 p. ui. ; leave Cairo at
3 p. in., Mound City 0 p. in. Citizens
desiring to take their vehicles can do so for
ferry ratos. Faru for paBHcngcrs, 2c. It
WALK I WALK I
Only a few blocks and savo money. Re
moinhur our goods oo cash prices, or
prompt pay. Wo have tho goods, aud they
are for sale; also remember that ono dimo
saved is equal to SO cents hard worked tor.
Therefore, buy those; you can save money
at tho, Naw Yohk Bxobe.
The Man dma Honor to Him
self Who -Wears a Pair of Our
Calf Hand Sowed Button Gait
its. They are Always Reliable
for Wear, Kay, Jn Good Tante
Fred. Amos, Tyler Street, Rochester,
writes : "Y'our Spring Blossom is wonder
ful; I never used anything that acted so
well on the liowels, and at the same timo
was so free from the drastic properties of
medicines usually sold for tho purpose."
Price 00 cents, trial bottles 10 cents. Paul
G. Schuh, Agent.
Wu uloctod bjr a majority of Un thousand votes
-to he ttitt aaeat 5c. cigar In tne market.
ItEPOItT OF TIIE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at C'ulro, lu tbe Stuto ol Illinois, ul the cluc of
May 19th. 1082,
Loam and dlecouuli 8 3n?,OM fl
OvcnlrsfW 2,174 46
U. H. bouda to locure circula
tion....... QO.OoO 00
Otlicritocks, bonds and inort-
kiikmi 75,411 68
Dun from approved reserve
HKimtn fW,(l! 43
Duo from other National lmnkft 17,45 87
Due from Mtuto buuks aud
Imnkcru 18,181 3H 106,119 18
Iteitl HKtnto, furniture aud fix-
turi'n 23,4'J4 54
Current uxpuuioa and taxes
putd M 5.117 (W
rill-oka and other ciihu Items, t .VT9 Hf
Jtllla of other llauki 10,4H0W
Frmlliiiml ift,i-r currency,
iilckulaand peuulul 418 05,
Oold M IIMJ ,
Hllvrr ,, 9,79-4fl,442 01)
l.-L'iil 'JViiik-r notes... 15.U00 00- 75,8'W W
Uoili'tnpHm) fund with U. H.
'1 rniMiirt-r, (5 per cunt, of cir-
cnliitlon) m.... 3,250 00
Total $7'9,7I9 20
Ciipltul atock paid in lon.nno 00
Nuniltia Fund lai.OW 00
I'liillvlili-d l'rollta u,W6 54
N utloual bnuk uotvi ontaumd-
. IU 45,000 00
Individual deposit eublect to
chuck SWMiM M
DemiuidcortlncnteBordupoKti, W,W0 14 '
Due to other National banka, i,VJS 35
Due to Btato biiuke aud
Imnkera 21,300 at- 44,812 OA
Notua and bills re diicouutod ift,(iQt) 00
Totai 1709,740 SO
8talo of Illlnola, county of Alexander, fa.
I.Thoa. W. Hulllduy, Cuahiur of the a So v named
bunk, do eolumuly awuar that tbe above itntomunt
It true to the beat of tny knowlcdRO nnd belief.
Tuoa. W. IULLiUAr, Caahior.
Buhacrlbed aud sworn to before ma thlexnth day
of May, 18tW. Cuab. Cunniimham,
. . Notary 1'nbllc.
K. II. CUMUNUIIAX, I ..
t p. p. WiLtiAMaoN, V Directors.
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