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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; TUESDAY MOKNINGr, MAY 30, 1882.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN.
UN : Bulletin Building, Wwalngton Arenac
ftMTBBID AT THI POST OFFICE IN CAIHO, IL
UHOIB, AB 8BOOND-CLAB8 MATTER.
OFlOiAL PAPER OP CITY AND OODNTT
SPECIAL LOHAL ITEMS.
Notice iii this euiamn, clunt cent per lino for
first and flvo ceuu pur lino uachaubaeqiienl inter
tlon. Far orni wuuk. SOceuta net line, i'or one
month. SO couta jr lino.
Washington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Uood day Imartl at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient board -erf.
Mns. I'iiil K. Howard.
If you wnnt a Rood square uietil call on
Charles Schoenmyer. Ho lias also accom
modation for a few more- day boarders.
His table is known to bo first-class and
ICE I ICKI!
Out of tho'firo, cor. of St li ami Levee, my
ice house and oflico is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, be
tween 8th and Otb street. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
rotail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A.'Goode, Eighth street ouposite
Bristol's has receieveii a full line of new,
fresh and fashionable millinery, Straw
goods Flowers, Ribbons, and fancy articles,
which is offered t very low figures. At
her store is the place to buy neat and cheap
flowers for adorning ladies dresses and
belts. All are cordially invited to call and
inspect her stock. tf.
Kotico to Consumers of lee.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. 1
havo also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my office on Tenth street,
tt C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
ordrs may bo left. A share of your bus
Ineffl is solicited ami orders will receive
prompt and caretul attention.
OKO. W. Sl'KNCK
luble cottage on Ninth street bet
Wasiington and Walnut renting for f 30 per
House and two lots on Thirteenth street.
Enquire. it. M.li. Smyth.
. UsiThbCaiko Bullktin perforated
scratch4)ook, made of calendered jute
manllla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the office. No. 2 and
I. fire anl ten cents each by the single one,
by the dozen. Special discount on gross
lota to the trade. '
Upon the first of June I will reopen my
house for the reception of boardurs, and
promise to have as good fare as the price
and market will afford. I have a few nicely
furnished rooui9 for those desiring board
and lodging. Day board, $18 per month.
Bend in your application as Boon as possible.
Mhs. Ciias. I'kikkkkmno.
Cottaob kok HUNT, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tna Bulletin building.
tf. Mus. Fitzokuai.d,
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholson will commence a school
fur children the first of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons in music
during the afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a month.
Music, twenty-five cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at Tiik Iltx
Bproat'a Retail lccllox.
Cousumere of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in CunditT's store where
ice in anv quantity can at nil times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just the Hume as by drivers of wagons, tf.
I will rent my house on Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
ton rooms besides brick basement with din
ing room, kitchen, pantry and waah room,
and Is in good condition,. Apply to me on
the premises or at Barclay Urn's Ohio levee
drugstore. Jah. H. Ukakdun.
Au agreeable dressing lor the hair, that
will Btop iU fulling, h us been long sought
for. Parker's Hair Balsam, distinguished
for its purity, fully supplies this wsnt.
Guard Againnt Disease,
If you liind yourself gutting bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, take at once a lew (loses ol Kidney
Wort. It is nature s great assistant. Use
it as an advance guard -don't wait to get
down pick. Pee large advertisement.
Dii. Kline's Gkiiat Nkhvis Kkktoiu.b is
tbo marvel of the age for all tiervu diseases.
All fits stopped fiee. Bend to Ml Arch
Street, I'luladelpia, l'a.
A prominent geutlemim in Cerro (jordo
County, lows, writes us that he finds Kidney-Wort
to be the best remedy lie ever
know tor a complication of diseases It Is
the specific action which it has on the liver,
kidneys and bowels, which gives it tuch
curativo power, and it is the thousands of
cures which it is performing which gives it
iU irreK celebrity. Liquid, (very conccn
trated) or dry, both act efficiently. N. II
Journal and Courier.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlfoa In thean eommna,
l&cn lorertloiv Mtrksd
tea cenu per line,
The postofllceand banks will be closed
to day because it is a national holiday.
Mr. Guy Morse has resigned his po
sition as Deputy Sheriff.
Circuit court adjourned for the term
Saturday. It will convene again in July.
Siipeial excursion trains will run to
Mound City over tho W. & P. to-day.
The Qermania Houso of Charles
Schoenmyer has room for a few moro day
boarders. See notice in special locals.
Wasted. 25 pounds white, clean
cotton rags, at Tim Bullktin office, at 5
cents per pounds.
Mr. Guy Morse yesterday resigned tho
position of Deputy Sheriff which ho has
held so creditably to himself for a year or
-Tho large woodenwaro storehouse of
Mr. C. U. Woodword, on Commercial
avenue and Railroad street, is to be partly
of brick in order to iusuro the contents
against fire from adjoining frame buildings
and lumber yards.
Oeorgo Washington, for burglarizing
the grocery of Mr. Nourigan, on Ohio levee,
and taking therefrom a certain sum of
money, was held to bail in the sum of two
hundred dollars by Magistrate Comings
Mr. Oakley, formerly cashier of the
Cairo & Vincennes, has taken the same
position and assumed its duties with the
Singer Manufacturing Company at Cairo.
His family will soon take up their residence
in Cairo again. Mr. Oakley stands very
high in the estimation of our people, and
all welcome him buck as au old Cairoite.
The southern Illinois teacher's associa
tion has addressed a circular to a citizen of
Piuckneyville, asking what inducements, if
any, that town would offer to secure the
next meeting of the association there, and
w hat the hotel accommodations are. Cairo
might make some effort in the mutter and
come out ahead.
It must be of interest to Mr, Harry
Walker and to Prof. Al. Goss to know that
the Southern Illinois Fair Association, to be
held at Anna, offers a premium of $150 to
the best organized band in Southern Illi
nois, at their next fair. The Comique band
needs but to tako part in the contest to in
sure it the prize.
A match game of base ball played on
twenty-eighth street Sunday afternoon at
tracted quite a crowd of people. It was an
exciting contest between the New York
Store nine nnd a nameless nine, in which
the latter came out ahead, the score stand
ing eight to fourteen at the close of the
Grandmother Argus has "picked up
considerable" more within tho last few
days regarding the manno hospital service
here, and sho gave it to her readers in a
three-quarter column doeo last evening. It
seems that her feast of crow lays heavily
upon her stomach, and that upon the
theory that "like cures like" she has con
eluded to repeat tho dose.
A young girl living with her mother
up stairs in the frame building occupied on
the first floor by Mr. Tcssier's blacksmith
shop, on Commercial avenue, between
Eleventh and Twelfth streets, died Sunday
morning. Strange, unpleasant rumors are
afloat concerning the manner of her death,
which demand investigation. Further par
ticulars arc withheld until more is known.
The Choral Society will give a public
rehearsal at Ilartman's Hall next Thursday
evening. An excellent programme, con
sisting of music, choruses and boIos will bo
given. Tho singers of Cairo desire en
couragement in their efforts to advance
the musical standard among our people,
and if tiny fail to havo a crowded house it
will be because tho citizens of Cairo have
failed to do their duty. Tho admission is
only twenty-five cents, nnd tho entertain
ment, without any other consideration, is
well worth thnt.
A dispatch to Mr. C. N. Hughes, from
It mdolph county .yesterdayjstated that "two
thirds of the precincts heard from are all
instructed for Thomas." This insures Mr.
Thomas tho vote of tho twenty-seven dele
gates of that county iu tho coming Con
gressional convention. This gives him the
instructions of three counties, with a total
of llfty-threo votes, and giving him also
Johnson's fifteen, which are instructed to
give him second choice, he will have sixty'
eight votes. Eighty-six ballots are neccs
vary to nominate, and it seems certain now
that he will receive much moro than that on
the first ballot.
Four tramps named John Yellar,
ChurloH and Theodore Wilson, and Edward
Morris, broke into tho watchman's room at
the cotton compress Sunday, and took
therefrom about all they could carry of tho
belongings of Mr. Charles Allen, tho watch
man. They took a valise, a pair of pants,
a vest, three shirts, a pair of drawers, two
pairs of socks, a towel, a silk scarf, a rovol
ver, tobacco, a pillowslip, a linen coat, and
a quantity of provisions all valued at
about thirty dollars. They were pursued
and captured near Mound City on tho
Wabash track. They were examined by
Magistrate Comings, yesterday, and each
held to bail in the sum of two hundred
Benin of tho hackiuoii are again becom
ing veiy troublesome to passengers coming
in on trains and boats. Tho prosecutions
to which they wero subjected some timo
ago for this samo offense had the effect of
giving strangers a rest, at least until they
left tho wharf-boats and depots, but now it
Bcems that tho hackmen are rife for another
tussel with the officers of the law. As an
instance, a lady who, with child aud bug
gage, arrived on the Southern train yester
day forenoon, was besieged almost imme
diately by a squad of bold, impudent
negroes, all joining in a loud babble about
their respective vehicles, confusing the lady
with questions aud demands for her bag
gage, and somo of them even disputed over
tho possession of her baggage. It was a
disgraceful scene, and was auddeuly
broken in upon by Mr. II. II. Milburn, of
the Iron Mountain road, who dispersed the
Thus reasons grandmother Argun: "Be
cause the first small-pox patient was taken
direct from tho river to, died at, and was
buried from, the marine hospital station,
long before tho city pest houso was open,
therefore the first small-pox patient
trcateil at said station came from Baid pest
house; because "the marine surgeon holds
himself subject to the city authorities in
making disposition of cases of
contagious or epidemic diseases,
thereforo citizens arc not endangered
by coming iu contact with river men who
are ulllicted with such diseases and are
going to or from, or laying around near
the surgeon's office iu the custom house. In
short, because contagious diseases are not
contagious, at least not when met with in
tho Cairo custom house, therefore "the in
terference of tho handy and officious Dr.
Rauch does not seem essential to regulate
the marine hospital here," and "there is no
reason to interfere at all."
John McClosky was arrested by Chief
Myers and Officers Martin and Mahanny,
at Bird's Point, Sunday, and brought to
Cairo under suspicion ot being one of the
two men who sold Mr. Michael Glenn the
stolen mule. Suspicion was cast upon him
by his resemblance to one of the men, by
the fact that he came from Arkansas
recently, aud by the fact that he was iu
this city on the same day the mule was
sold and bought several suits of clothing
and 6pent money freely otherwise. He
was brought here and closely questioned by
the chief. He admitted all the above facts,
but denied all knowledge of the stolen
animals. Ho bore the looks and had the
manner of an honest man, and was willing
to stand trial if required. But the chief,
after subjecting him to a rigid examination
and extending inquiries in other directions
concluded that McClosky was not a guilty
man aud let him go.
An up-town business man sent an
employe of his, a sou of tho Verdant Isle,
to tho pobtoffice, a few days Bgo, with in
structions to mail some letters and also
bring what mail there might be in the box
The employe went, opened the box, took
out what mail it contained, put thu letters
lie was tomail into it and then locked it and
went home, conscious that he had done his
luty well. This was four or five days ago.
Saturday the employer sent the man again
upon the same errand, giving him more
letters to leave. The man left, but returned
again bringing back the letters he was to
mail and also several which had newly
arrived. "Not a d d bit o' use takin anv
more letthers to that postollice," said he to
his employer. "Why not J" asked the
latter. "Becase," said the verdant man,
"the letthers I tuck there four days ago
haven't g')ne yit; they're all there in the
box just as I left them, Postoflices in this
counlhry is all humbugs; phats thu uso in
bavin' a box if the letthers ycr put into
'em stays there tell they rot." The apparent
neglect of the postollice officials was quickly
explained away when the mirth had sub
sided, and Paddy's estimation of the United
States postal service was as suddenly raised
as it had previously fallen.
STREET COMMITTEE MEETING.
AN IMl'OUTANT HECOM MI5NATION.
The Street Committee, composed of tho
Mayor aud Aldermen Slake, McIIale,
Hinkle, Swohoda and Pettit, met at tho
Council Chamber yesterday afternoon for
the purpose of transacting such business as
the interests of the streets of the city
might demand. Various matters of minor
importance were disposed of, but an im
portant and very necessary step was taken
with reference to the sipe water which dis
figures our city and inconveniences our
citizens every two or three years. The ac:ion
was in the form of the following resolution
"Resolved,That the object of the accu
mulation within the levees in period of high
water in the rivers, of water arising from
rivers, sipago nnd other causes, bo refur-ud
to a committee to bo appointed by :ho
aiayor, which committee shall bocomMMod
of llvo members of tho City Council ind
five citizens, benig real estate owners end
not members of thu City Council, and tint
It Bhall lm tho duty of said comtnitteo to
examine into tho subject and report to the
Board of Aldermen at an early day for tl eir
action thereon, tho best mode, in their
opinion, of removing tho cauBs of such
accumulations, and preventing such accu
mulations in the future."
Quietly, without thu knowledge of nearly
all Ills most intimate friends here, Mr. L I
Parker, of tho Halliday, married Miss Ella
May, . at Jerseyville, Ills., last Tuesday.
Tho ceremony concluded, tho happy couple
left there on a short wodding tour to St,
Louis and Chicago, and returned homq
Sunday to roceivo the hearty congratula
tions of their many agreeably surprised
friends here. So well was the aiTair managed
by Mr. Parker, who is characteristically un
ostentacious in all ho docs, that tho first in
timation his friends had ot tho wedding
was from the St. Louis papers. Tim Bulle
tin joins iu the general complaint against
tho secrecy with which tho whole affair
was conducted and also in the earnest
wishes of future unalloyed happiness, show
ered upon Mr. and Mrs. Parker because of
their happy union.
The ferry bout Three States will make
trips as follows on Decoration Day : Leave
Cairo at 7 a. m. and nt 11 a. in., remaining
at Mound City till 2 p. in.; leave Cairo at
5 p. m., Mound City 0 p. in. Citizens de
siring to tako their vehicles can do bo for
ferry rates. Fare for passengers, 25c. It.
Truth Is Mighty.
When Dr. Pierce, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
announced that his "Favorite Prescription''
would positively cure the many diseases
and weaknesses peculiar to women, some
doubted, and continued to employ the harsh
a-id caustic local treatment. But the mighty
truth gradually became acknowledged.
Thousands of ladies employed the "Favor
ite Prescription" nnd were speedily cured.
About titty people went to Pad Utah m
tho steaini r Three States Sunday and had a
vi-iy jo!y time from beginning to end.
They st.nted from here at 9:-10 o'clock and
returned a little before 12, haiiig ."pent
from 4 to 8 o'clock in Paducah iu a moid
pleasant manner. They were all very
favorably impressed with the Piam City,
principally because or its long, clean, giav
elled streets and its beautiful homes.
On the boat the time was most agreeably
spent, both in going and coming. Captain
Hacker nnd Clerk , Devorc, assisted by
Manager Walker, did everything in their
power to make the party comfortable nnd
they succeeded well. Music, such as but
few bands besides Prol. Goss' band can
produce, was an important feature of the
occasion and attracted large crowds at the
wharves of every town passed. The match
less Comique orchestra, Prof. Lemons
leader, was also on board and a portion of
the time was spent by a jolly few in little
dunces in the .cabin. Not an unpleasant
incident occurred throughout the trip.
The time made by the boat is deserving
of special mention. She made the run
Irom here to Paducah in six hours and
fifteen minutes, keeping all the while close
to the Illinois shore which, with its bends,
makes the distance about six miles longer
than the Kentucky side is. Of this time
forty minutes was lost in landings and by
loss of steam by the dropping out, when at
Metropolis, of the furnace gratings,
allowing the fires to go almost entirely out.
Returning, she left Paducah at 8 o'clock,
sharp, and arrived here a few minutes before
12, having made the down trip in less than
"SAFFORD MEMORIAL NIGHT."
A llifll.UANT KKCKI'TIOS TKNDEU1C1) MUS.
A. II. SAKFOllD 1IY THE 1)I) FKI.I.OWS OK
Not long ngo The Bulletin noted the
arrival of a pair of elegant plaster Paris
busts of Washington nnd Lincoln, which
were to be presented by Mrs. A. B. Safford
to the Odd Fellows of Cairo and by them
formally received at Bome future date.
This formal reception took place last night
at the lodge's elegant hall, nnd it was one
of the really notable events in the social
life of the city. Preparatory to this event
the busts hud been mounted on two pedes
tals of fine workmanship and placed in
position in the hall. A largo number of
ladies nnd gentlemen were invited nnd re
sponded, ami a programme of exercises,
which included music, addresses, a ban
quet and dancing, was provided.
The company assembled enrly lust night;
tho programme was opened with some
fine miiHic, instrumental and vocal, nnd then
Mrs. Sallbrd, iu a short, appropriate address,
Win. H. presented the two busts to the lodge
in memory of the deep regard felt for it. by
her lamented husband. When Mrs. Sallbrd
had concluded, Judge W. A. Green made
the following response:
Address of Judge Greene for tho com
mittee: Sisteh Naffoko:
We havo been appointed by Alexander
Lodge fis a committee to accept your gener
ous gift of the Bujst of Washington ami the
Bust of Lincoln, and to extend to you tho
thanks of tho Lodge therefor:
Highly as wo prize the gift iUelf, wo
still more highly -prize the . seutimeuts
heart which prompted the making of tho
gift. Wo shall be pleased with the presence
of those great nnd worthy men, represented
by the colorless plaster of thu artist; but
we Bhnll bo more pleased by the refreshing
memories arousod by your kindness of
heart in thus adding nnother link to the
strong chain that couuocts you with this
Wo would be suppressing our natural
foldings aud our genuine emotions if we did
not refer to Brother Alfred B. Safford on
this occasion. Time with its soothing in
fluence has loft oniy cheerful aud joyous
rcmotnbrauces of Brother Snflord. Wo no
longer twluo the cypress wreath around his
Of Every Description, from the minutest article up to a
Youth's or (icntlemiin's Complete Out lit. A large Assort
ment of STRAW HATS AND STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of the latest styles just received.
ADVANTAGES WE HAVE:
FIRST The quantity of inerciiandi.se we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SECOND We have ample capital and are prepared to buy cash down.
THIRD We are at all times represented in eastern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that we do from time to time,
name such apparently ridiculously low prices. For instance we are selling Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, each suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. if 10.00. None
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for $9.50, worth f 15.00. A 'very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at 12 50, worth .$ lO.OU We do not sell troods tor less than cost.
We want it distinctly understood that we make a small profit on everything we 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 and see our goods. You will not be importuned
J . I3TJKG FR & B RO,
108 Commercial A.vemic.
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memory. In this lodge his name is the
synonym of all that is kind, and joyful and
happy. Your presence here unavoidably
awakens tho teiiderestof manly sympathies,
but they are sympathies wholly uncon
nected with tho slightest shadow of sad
ness. We think of Brother Safford only as
associated with things that are bright and
beautiful and good music and flowers, the
works of art, tho guy dance and the festal
board, tho kind word nnd the kinder bmile,
the quiet works of a bountiful charity all
spring up in the memory at the magic of
his name. And though he was one of the
toilers in this life, yet toil and work had
not made him harsh or cynical. As his
worldly fortune grew, so grew his active
charity and his benevolence toward his fel
low men. As he grew older, life with him
grew better and brighter. And when the
day's work was done, or when the feast was
ended, he thought not of himself alone; he
did not forget that be was an Odd Fellow,
he did not forget "to visit the sick, to bury
the dead, to educate the orphans." Verily
his deeds of charity are among the jewels
of Odd Fellowship.
Brother Safford was, in some respects, a
model Odd Fellow. For sixty-three years
Odd Fellowship has been carrying on tho
great work of leading the world to the
knowledge that we all of one family, and
iu that great work Brother Safford was
pre-eminent. He aided this lodge in teach
ing that in Odd Fellowship none are num
ber one that there are no great, no medium,
no small ones here, and that the accidents
of birth or fortune all vanish in an Odd
Fellows lodge. We teach that of one blood
are all nations - the great doctrine of human
brotherhood and human equality, and ho
was a great teacher and a bright exemplar
of those doctrines.
To night let us all feel nnd act like Odd
Fellows, and let us make thin UOth of May,
18S2, a Safford Memorial Night!
Let us be glad and happy and joyful in
the reception of this splendid gift which
lias brought up such pleasant memories of
Wo now present the following resolu
tions: Resolved, That Alexander Lodge accepts
Iho bust of Washington and tho buit of
Lincoln, presented by our sister Sallbrd,
and will cherish the gift as evidence of her
kindly remembrance of this lodge, and
because it will remind us of a brother
whoso memory will be kept green ns long
ai' Odd Fellowship has a homo in Cairo,
and will be ever cherished with affection
ate regard by this lodge.
Resolved, That we will place tho busts
In thu lodge room in appropriate positions,
believing that thu good deeds of the great
men they represent are worthy of emu
lation. The banquet was next iu order. Several
long tables wero decked mngnillccntly and
laden with all that was rich nnd rare. The
Company, one aud all, Were unable to resist
tho tempting viands, and all partook
The Man tlocu Honor to Him
self Who Wears a Pair of Our
Calf Hand Scw.il Button Gait
ers. They are Always Reliable
for Wear, Kuy. in Good Taste
heartily of them. The ceremony closed
with music ami a dance, after the hall had
been cleared of chairs, etc. The entertain
merit, if such it may be called, was a fitting
mode of demonstrating the high esteem in
which the lodge held the beautiful gift and
V.'hd elected by a majority of tun thoiifaud vote
to be the flnect 5c. cigar la the murket.
j ANK STATEMENT.
ItEI'OKT OK TIIE CONDITION
Crr Y NATION A I j I JAN K
ul Culro, Iu the Stiile ol llliuoln, nt the duie ul
Mav lllth. 11182,
I.rmn met dlHcoiints $ 3n?.fM ty
Overdraft 2,171 45
U. S. bond to secure- circula
tion - sn.noo oo
Oilier atocka, bund uud tnurt-
, WW 75,411 r
Dim from upproved reaervn
nirmiln fTO.ttCi 4fl
Due fiiirii oilier National biinka 17,;I5 :)7
Dun from htato banks and
bunker. .. ... IH.tHl KXi.U!) 1
Ileal cctiite, furniture ami tlx-
tlirrit nj j.ij j)
Current eiuuiiaea uud taxes
OheckK nnd other canh Item. 3,57(1 S5
IIIIIh of other Hunks lu,iiO UO
I'raetlimal paper currency,
nlckulaaiid puuulua 418 05
"old f;t km
fllvir ,rw-4MW Ot)
I.eifiil Tender note Ij,ou0 00 73,WW !I0
Iteileniptlon fund with U. K.
Treamirer, (5 per cent, of clr-
Totai vui 'Jo
Capital lO'iek paid in $ imi.neo On
Niiriilu Fund KIUHH) oo
I'liiUvlded I'roflU H,ihmJ 64
National bunk notes otittitnnd-
liitt 45,000 00
Individual depoKlta subject to
(beck $;i;,Vi; 1)3
Demand certificated of depoidt, U.wo 14
Dun toother National bunk, 11,1'JH S5
Due to Silatu bauka Hud
hunker 2I,:W0 ftl- 4('l,Ht'J ffl
Notun and bills re diBcoimtod -Aoeu 0(1
Total $ 7011,7 III a)
Stale of Illlnola, county of Alexander, a.
I, Tim. W. llullldiiy, Cabler of the above named
bank, do aoleniuly rweur that thu above atatement
la true to the beat of my knowledge and belief.
Tim. W, IIai.uiiay, I'ANluor,
Sulncribed anilawurii to before mu Ihl i!,Mh day
of May, Iskj, Ciias. Ccnnin.ium,
CoiuirsiT Alteal .'
It. II. ClINMNIIHAM, )
It- IV Wit.t.iAMHoM, VDlrector.
11. II. Undki. I