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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 31, im.
TIIE DAILY BULLETIN,
Me; Bulletin Building, WanWnRton avuuue
MVTUHIO AT TUB POST orriCB IN CAIBO, It
MH0I8, Al SK0OND-fH,ABB MATTER.
OflUiAL PAPBK OF CITV AND COUNTY
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices iff iD'.nenluma. ulKUt cents pur line for
rt mil (Ivh re HI nur line cti miiweqiiiini luior
Hub. For nun wuek. itilcuiiti ucrlluu. l'or uuu
month, d cunt ir line.
Wauhington avenue, corner Seventh
street. Oixxi duy board at reasonable
rates. Meal tickets for transient board-
era. Mas. 1'iiu, IC. IIowaud.
If you want a good nquaro uieal call on
Charlca Hchocnmyer. lie liiia also accom
modation for a few more day boarders
His table is known to be tirsVxlasa and
Out of tlio fire, cor. of th and Levee, my
ico house and olb'ce is at present at the
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, he
tween 8th and Uth streets. Orders will be
filled same as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons sujifdy regularly every day.
Situation Wanted. A white girl, at
Tho llallidny kitchen, for dish washer.
Apply early. It
Flowers, Novelties, Millinery.
Mrs. M. A.. Goode, Eighth street opposite
Bristol's has rcceieved a full lino ot'new,
fresh "and fasliiouable millinery, Straw
geods Flowers, Bibbous, and fancy articles,
which is offered at 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.
Notice to CousumerH 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' aud 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 careful attention.
Geo. W. Si-enck.
Double cottage on Ninth street bet.
Washington and Walnut renting for f 20 per
UsoTukCaiko Bulletin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
manilla, equally good for ink or pencil. For
sale, in three sizes, at the oflice. No. 2 and
8. fivo and 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
bouse for the reception of hoarders, nud
promise to have as good fare as the price
and market will afford. I have a few nicely
furnished rooms for those desiring board
and lodging. Day board, if 18 per month.
Bend in your application as soon as possible.
MltS. ClIAS. lVlKKIiltLINO.
Cottaok koii kent, in good location
Cheap to a good tenant. Apply up stairs in
Tub Bulletin building.
tf. Mus. Frrzouu.vLO.
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and for sale at tho Cairo Bulletin
Mrs. Nicholsuii will commence a solum
for children the tirst of June. Hours, from
nine till two o'clock; also lessons iu music
during the afternoon.
Terms, one dollar a month.
Music, twenty-live cents a lesson.
For particulars apply to her at Tuii Bul
throat's Retail Ice Box.
Consumers of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built u large lee
box on Eighth street in Cundilfs store where
ice in anv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just tho same as by drivers of wagons, tt,
For Kent Dwelling1.
I will rent my house ou Fifteenth street
to a responsible tenant. House contains
tun rooms besides brick basement with din
ing room, kitchen, pimtry and wasli room,
and is in good condition. Apply to me ou
tho premises or at Barclay Bro's Ohio levee
drug store. Jan. 8. Keakdkn.
An agreeable dressing lor the hair, that
will slop its falling, has been long sought
for. Barker s Hair Balsam, distinguished
for its purity, fully supplies this want.
Dh. Kusk'h Great Nkkvii Kkstoueh is
tho marvel of the age for all nerve diseasi s
All fits stopped free. Bend to im Arch
street, l'hiladelpia, l'a.
Guard Atralnst Disease.
If you tiiud yourself getting bilious head
heavy, mouth foul, eyes yellow, kidneys
disordered, symptoms of piles tormenting
you, take at once a few doses ol kidney
Wort. It is nature's great assistant. Use
it as an advance guard don't wait to get
down hick. Wee largo advertisement.
Our Charming Countrywomen
are winning an enviable distinction fur
their fine teeth. This, they in great measure
owe to tho beautifying and restorative influ
ence of fioi&odont, the most pnpulur pre
paration for tho teeth on this continent. It
removes from the dental surface every
Impurity, checks decay ami enables the
tooth to masticate without coiitamiiiatinu
the food, thus indirectly contributing to
lioalthful nutrition. It effectually neutral
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS
Notices In thxne eomrani, ten ceot per line
etch lasortlon. Mmea
- Wanted. 25 rounds white, clean
cotton rags, at Tim Bulletin office, at
cents per pounds.
The sewers are again closed. They were
opened Monday, and the water was rapidly
disappearing from tho low places.
The Choral society was held in Dr,
Jocelyn's office for practico last night, and
it tilled tlio air for souares around with
sweet music of voice and instrument.
The ferryboat Three StateB made three
trips to Mound City yesterday and was well
laden with passengers and teams every
time. She seems to bo daily growing in
popularity as a pleasure craft.
The celebratiou of Decoration Day yes
terday was very general iu this city. Ev
ery business square gavo evidence that it
was an unusual day which deserved marks
of special notice.
A social dance was given by the tcm
perance people at Reform ball last night.
It was a very uico little gathering of hand
some, well-dressed anil jolly young people
who spent the night most pleasantly.
A large number of strangers from all
around us were in this city nearly all day
yesterday, and Bpcnt the day in wandering
about. They all seemed to bo well pleased
with tho sights they saw.
TheHalliday guards, headed by the
Comiqtiu band, madu tho rounds of tho city
yesterday forenoon before embarking for
M-und City, and attracted much attention.
They were also much admired at tho federal
Inflammation of tho stomach is the
cause assigned for the death of the young
girl, whoso death was referred to in yester
day's Bulletin. There eecms to be no
good ugly foundation for tho rumors cir
culated about her death.
A tank with a capacity of about fifty
barrels is being constructed for the Alexan
der county bank building. It is to be put
up on the rear portion of tho building, is to
be supplied w ith water from tho main build
ing and is to supply water by means of pipes
to all parts of the tirst and second stories.
A beautiful ritual, or memorial ser
vice, to oe pcrtormed annually over tue
graves of the Masonic dead at Beech Grove,
has been originated by Cairo Commandc ry
No. 13, and will be printed in pamphlet
form to circulate widely through the
Every train on tho Wabash St. Louis
and Pacific road, going to or from Mound
City, was crowded yesterday with people
anxious to attend tho Decoration ceremony
at that place. Many who went from Cairo
carried the necessary flowers, but the great
majority from other places had none.
The Democrats of Saline county held
a large mass convention at Harrisburg
Monday, and after several "whereases,"
which were very complimentary to lion.
R. W. Townshend, resolved, "That the del-
gates from this county to the Congiessional
convention of this district be instructed to
cast the vote of Saline county for Hon. R.
W. Townshend, aud to use all honorable
measures to securo his nomination."
It is the intention of tho street railroad
company to have its tracks all paved with
broken stone by tho coming Fourth of
July, iu order to accommodato the great
mass of people which may be safely expect
ed here with cars to and Ironi tho park in
quick succession. When the workisdono
tho truck will be iu as good condition as
such tracks ever are iu any largo city, and
much better than is generally the case.
The Grafton Fishing club has sent all
its flats, to the number of twelve or fifteen,
over to the lake for use when the fishing
season shall fairly open. Other prepara
tions will all be completed betoro tlio first
excursion will be made, which will prob
ably bo as soon as tho water goes down
sufficiently. Tho membership continues
to increase, and it is now the largest or
ganizatiou of its kind ever known hero.
The American Poultry Journal, pub
lished at Chicago, is one of the best of its
class, and is especially suited to the western
country. Its articles are well written and
tho typography perfect. It treats of a wide
range of subjects and should bo read by
everyone at all iutorcBted in poultery,
pigeons, blooded dogs or pets of any kind.
t is published monthly by C. J. Ward, and
the subscription prico is only $1.25 per
There are iu Cairo a number of skilled
velocipodists; St. Mary's park has a good
track velocipede races are becoming very
popular all over tho country; a velocipedo
race would be a source of much pleasure to
the Cairo public and to tho thousands of
strangers who will be hero on tho Fourth
of July; it would be a big card for tho
manager of the celebratiou at St. Mary's
park on that great day. Tho managers
should put these things together and draw
their own conclusions.
-There will be no performance at tho
Theatre Comique to-night nor to-morrow
night, perhaps not until Saturday night.
Mr. Harry Walker has concluded an en
gagement for his band and troupe with
several prominent citizens of Puducah, and
ho will give performances in that city on
tlic nights mentioned. A grand excursion of
merchants from all around PadueuU will be
in Mound City during the next few days and
tho enterprising Paducahans have employ
ed Cairo talent to provide entertainment
for their guests. Mr. Walker and his band
and troupo left at four o'clock this morn
ing. The annual meeting of the Cairo and
St. Louis Short Lino railroad will be held
in St. Louis on Monday next. Tho report
of General Manager Parker will show a big
increase over the earnings of lastyear. This
is a fact, iu the face, of an open river all
winter between St. Louis and Cairo, a
drouth, and two or three overflows in the
South. This company owns the line of
road between East St. Louis and Terre
Haute, now operated by tho Indianapolis
and St. Louis, and it is probable that some
very interesting action as regards the in
solvency of the Indianapolis and St. Louis
Company will be taken.
A large force of workmen is now en
gaged in overhauling the steamer "Morgan "
at Mound City. Her old decks have been
entirely torn away, and will be replaced
with new and substantial timbers all
through. Tho work of overhauling will
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O'Brien, proprietor of tlic Missouri boiler
works, St. Louis, has been awarded tho
contract for puttinjr now bottoms iu her
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i.n'iu in. nuv. i.Ltii-i niau luia u ill n uii.i jiti-
proving tlicm so as to give Her nil the
steam power she requires. Mr. O'Brien is
well known in Cairo where ho has a host
of friends. He is a popular gentlcmau at
home and abroad, and one of the best and
most deserving mechanics in the west.
A dispatch to the Chicago Times from
St. Paul last Friday says: A good deal of
excitement was caused in business circles
yesterday by tho publication of a rumor af
fecting J. F. A. Shuddart, tho agent of tho
New York Life Insurance company. It was
said, on the authority of a leaky town ollic-
lal, that suit was to be brought against
Shuddart for insuring fictitious person? for
r),000 each, and collecting tho money from
the company. It is said that Shuddsrt's
fraudulent transactions will reach f 30,000.
Yesterday afternoon he transferred all his
property to an agent of the insurance com
pany." It seems that even old fire compa
nies do not always have smooth sailing.
The remains of Mrs. Katie Donovan, a
young lady who jumped from the Illinois
Central train between Anna and Doiigola
yesterday morning, passed through here tor
vyoiuuiou.", n.y., in company wan ner lamer,
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yesterday evening. Tho young lady had
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neeu mttrneu, oeeu uivorceu ironj ner nus-
band, and it is thought ran away from home,
Her father followed and induced her to re-
turn Willi mm. Ihcy were on their wav
back and when the train reached the point
named Mrs. Donovan roso from her seat
oesiuo ner utner ana wuiKea rapidly to-
ward the door. Her father suspected tlic
ll t ll f1 t.iU'iil In P Ami tl'Q J i nof u aum oi.It.ia
wuui,ioii..u iiw him Mwjuomouuiu'i iwu
late to prevent the tragic affair. Iho girl
jumped from the platform and struck her
lead upon a rock, fracturing her skull,
causing death soon after.
Burton feels grieved that Carbondulo
was not selected as tho meeting place for
the republican congressional convention.
in the last issue of the Free Press he says:
"Carbondalc lacked just one vote to be se
lected as the placo for holding the Repub
lican district convention. Ferry county,
through Mr. Wheatley, decided iu favor of
Cairo. Billy, when DuQuoiu asked that fa-
vor, two years Bgo, Carbondale got right
down to the work of securiti" it to her.
This is a bad return for our help, dear boy,
Besides, you voted an additional expense
if fifty dollars at least unon vour deleL'ates.
You ought to have been more thoughtful."
Barlow is mistaken in tho very first sen-
fence. Carbondale lacked something moro
than "just one vote." She lacked hotel ac-
commodatious and "refreshments."
Two young negroes, Charles O'Brien
and John McFadden, were arrested yes
terday by Officer WiniB for gambling. The
oflicor camo upon them on Railroad street,
belowSixth, while one was tossing dice, and
motiey was lying on tho ground in full
view. Ho took possession of dice, money
and hoys, and conveyed them to Magistrate
Comings for trial. O'Brien pleaded guilty
and was fined ten dollars and costs, but
McFadden denied having gambled and
demanded a trial. His request was granted ;
witnesses were examined and it was proven
that they were merely deciding, by throw
ing dice, who of tho two should j;ivo a cer
tain third party present "a shite." Mc
Fadden was discharged, while his partner
bears all tho punalty of a crime not com
Blind Tom is again iu Njw York,
where ho has been playing to crowded
bouses. His weight is now aiout 275
pounds. Tom lias "dropped into poetry,"
aud tho following is his own composition to
music ot his own make, which ho calls
"The Man who Mashed His Thumb":
" I knew a very hontt man,
WUo lived qnltu fur nvvuy,
Ho In beloved by ovury ouu
Tliu uiau who umahuj Lie tbtnuh.
" I Hood obu dsy m ar by tho ball,
To watch tho folks kh by,
And In tlio illnluncu far away
Was tho man who umnhed bit thamn."
This is all there is of it. It will be
noticed that it is entirely devoid of rhyme i
but that does not detract from ita merit,
One of ltobbio Bums' prettiest songs, "For
tho Sake of Somebody," contains not a sign
of a rhyme; yet who would think of crit-
kizing it on that account!
Veiinor says: "Tho general outlook
for the weather of tho summer season in
soutlurii and southwestern sections is im
proving, owing to tlio continuance of very
windy weather in northern and western
sections of Canada and tho United States.
But a 'windy spring makes a severe
autumn;' therefore the outlook for the
autumn of 1882 is increasing in severity.
My tiieory of 'weather relationships' is
working just now in a telling manner all
over the Northern Hemisphere, ami I feel
much greater confidence in predicting the
periods of the more marked distances.
Hence, I herewith reiterate my previous
statements respecting 'a very cold ami
stormy autumn' and early setting in of ex
trenio severity, with heavy snowfalls, this
roachintr to remote southern points. Wo
are likely to experience one of the coldest
periods in a long term of years during the
early part of the winter of 1882 83, but the
cold will como in a lump, and the latter
half of the winter is likely to be mild and
open, with an advanced spring."
The following account of a wedding
appeared iu one of our Southern Illinois
"changes: "Lust Monday a rash youth
named Samuel Rushim; rushed into the
county clerk's oflice, accompanied by Mrs
E. Taylor, a lady of rather more ma-
turo yi',irs l"an tliu aniennrvmiuei, hd-i
furthermore of greater experience with
husbands than the youth appears to have
had 'weeinin' in the marital relation. Sam
uel proceeded straightway to purchase a
marriage license, while the aforesaid Surah
complacently smoked her pipe as she sut
on a lunch in the court house hall. All
things being ready, Samuel and hi af
fianced stood up and Judge McCarthy
proceeded in the regulation style to make
of them two in one flesh. Winn he caugl t
on to Sarah, he inquired if she would 1; vc
the man, etc. She withdrew the Ion.;
hiudled pipe from her rosy lips, and an
swered: 'I will, you bet!' and went nn
A tiiincy dispatch of the i!U:h tajs:
This evening Dr. Hoffman, editor of the
Germania, published an account of the at
tempted suicide of Miss Johanna Hel'hake.
The article spoke in high praise of the giil
and her family, coupling Dr. Spear with
the affair as the lover of the girl, and to
whom her parents objected. Dr. Spiar and
her two brothers, Gus, a shoe merchant,
and C.t-ptr, a baker, the latter just home
from a Initial tour, took umbrage- at the
article and to-night armed themselves, and
between U and 10 o'clock drove to Dr.
man's residence, in the northeast part
t;iu city, called turnout and imuiediaMv
all began firing on him. S uae bYxu sh -t.-"
were fired, four taking effect, two in the
abdomen ami one oassinp clear throm'h
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the body near the region of the heart. The
wounds are pronounced faal, his death
being momentarily expected. After tin-
shooting they drove down to Gua Hell
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llftKU 0 MOICOI iUIiill MlCCl. ('US VVl'Ilt II)
and got money out of his safe, ami w
arrested a he came out, the others having
been previously arretted. All are
lorked un "
The Immortal "J. N.", who was in this
city some days ago, is in St. Louis Globc-
Democrat of yesterday says that "he in-
tormed a good many people that he would
speak on the 8th of June at the court house.
'He will demonstrate,' he says, 'in connec
lion with other truths, that during the late
conflict between the noith and south the
electrical force took possession of the men-
tal, and thus caused both armies to think
each other wrum: when thev ouuht to loivc
thought each other right.' The war is now
over and J. N. who stood alone respi cling
the bolitrerciit ami political narties of the
day, wishes to do justice to the woumloii
living and gallant dead on both sides, win
loiight under a perfect misapprehension of
each other's insanity. J. N. speaks in
uooinson, in., ucunesuay nignt. lie is
not urging his truths at any place. He
prefers postponing his appointments one
year sooner than urge at present. His sub
ject is truth and prejudice, with the myte
lies of the lute war unveiled, and he wants
it distinctly understood wherever he ad-
dresses an audience there will be no veil
on those who assembled the mystcrtious
force being now controlled by truth -but
only on those who remain away."
Those who attended tho ceremonus at
Mound City cemetery yesterday report that
all went olf most pleasantly. The proces
sion, headed by Prof. Al. Goss' Comique
band and by the llajliday guards, of this
city, was one of the largest ever had there,
and tho crowd generally was larger than
ior several years oacK. There were no
demonstrations of an unpleasant character,
und the ceremony was very interesting and
attentively listened to by nearly all present.
The oration by General J. C. Black, of
Danville, is pronounced as having been
exceptionally good, ino general is an
orator of much ability, was a good Union
soldier, as were thousands of other good
democrats, and is now one
of tho moot popular men for
many miles around his borne,
Tho only evil feature of tlio celebration
was dust, that most abominable of all evils
at these yearly celebrations at Mound City,
It is this which keeps many whito people
away every year, and which makes those
who do attend como back rosolved to "never
well, hardly ever" go again. This evil
will probably bo removed by tho 30th of
Moy next. A tweuty-tivo thousand uoiiar
pavement from Mound City to the cein
tery will insure a larger gathering at the
it X ) I IS
Oi Kvri) Inscription, I'rom tlio minutest article up to a
Youth' or (ipiitlemiin's Comi)lpte Outlit. A large Assort
ment of STRAW J1ATS AND STIFF BRIMMED FEALT
HATS of Ik latest styles just received.
A I) V A S T A (i E S W K 11 A V E:
FlliS'F The quantity of merchandise we buy to supply our numerous stores.
SK(.'ONI) We have ample capital and are prepared to buy cash down.
T1IIBD-Wo arc at nil times represented in cistern markets by a resident buyer,
who is always on the lookout.
Now, it is by taking advantage of these opportunities that wu do from time to time,
name surh apparently ridieiihitisly low prices. For instance we are selling -Middlesex
Blue Flannel Suit, ouch suit bears the ticket with full name Middlesex Co. 10.00. Nono
genuine without ticket. A very nice Cheviot Suit for ifO.O, worth f 15.00. A very nob
by Red Silk Mixed Suit at $12 50, worth $10.00. 'Wo do not sell uoods tor less than cost.
We want it di.-iinctly understood that we 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 dit-covtrcd. Come and see our goods. You will not be importuned
atter plan: next
y'-ir thin ever gathered
i ..rugh many will, perhaps,
w hidiy the government
there before. T
go only to nee I,
The following is tho copy of the pe
tition sent to the Secretary ol the Illinois
State Bo'ud of Health, with reference to the
marine service in this city ;
"To the Honorable Stat- B-nird of Health
lor the Sta.e of L'.ii .
"Gi:.NTi.iiMKN : Yo'ir petitioners, p-m-
leiits of the city of Cairo, would respect
fully represent, that the phy.-ician in charge
of tho marine ho.-pital at this port, has his
oflice in the Custom House, in the second
('J) story over the. p.-tof!e, where all per
sons entitled to enter ? nd hot-pital have to
report for examination ; that said physician's
"luce hours are trom 10 a. m. to -1 p. m
a'"-' that frequently per-oiis suffering with
infectious dUetses pr.-r.eiit themselves in
the corridors of the custom house and post
office, and lie down aiel louiM't- about for
hours, waiting for said physician. That the
uilding used as a marine ho.-pitnl is situ
ated in one of tin-thickly settled portions
of the city, where within two blocks are
congregated daily, neatly three-fourths
of the school chil Iren of the i ntite city, and
on the easterly side thereof, in which din-c-
til111 tll,,(! 1-i "Iniost a constant breeze. That
in 1 fsT-i and in 1 i 7 ( i toe small-pox; in 1578
the yellow fever, and within the past few
weeks again the sma'.l pox, was and has
been disseminated throv.Ji the entire city,
aa-i that said out-breaks of infectious disc-ires
have been directly trticablo to marine
patients. For details we would respect
fully refer you to the accompanying maps,
showing location of w harves where vessels
land, the Custom House building and plan
thereof, the marine hospital and the several
school buildings contiguous, and to cer
tificates of individuals, which can be veri ¬
fied. Aud we respectfully ask that your
honorable board have, the marine physician's
office immediately and permanently re
moved from the custom house and post
office building to the marine hospital, and
that as soon as possible, you have tho
marine hospital removed to some point con
tiguous to the rivn, und away trom the
business and resident portions of tho city,
and for which we -will ever pray." It will
be observed that no reflection, either direct
or indirect, is cast upon any person con
nocted with tho service Here; it is a
simple statement ot the present evils arising
out of tho present location of tho service,
and asks only that for tho present
the surgeon's office be removed
from the postofficu building to tho
Infirmary, which request is objectionable
because that would remove tho office still
further from the river, where it belongs.
A I I 'nlaco Clothing ITouso,
1 OS CormiH.'rcml A venue.
The Man does Houor to Him
self Who Wears a Pair of Our
Calf Hand Scw.-tl Button Gait
ers. Tliev are Always Kcliable
for Wear, Kasy, in Good Taste
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CARD OF THANKS.
The ladies society of the Freo. church de
sire to return thanks to the gentlemen who
kindly furnished the music for the Japan
ese Tea party; to the "Broom Brigade";
to those who appeared in costume, and to
all who rendered assistance.
S. O. Fisher, Sec.
K LECTION RESULT.
V.'iie elected by a majority of ten thousand voles
to be the flueet 5c. cUar In tlio marki-t.
KEl'OKT Or" TIIK CONDITION
CITV NAT ION A LUANIC
ul ('Mini, Iu luu I Mull- ot Illinois, ai the close of
Mav 1 1 tli. 1K82,
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Oilier sloi Us, bonds nud niorl-
I)ii trom npprovi-d reserve
line I'nini oilier National bunks 17,vM.'j It"
line from Miilo hunks nud
hunkers 1S.1S1 lis- IIKi,Il!t in
Hnil entitle, furniture und IU-
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Current expenses und taxes
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Cheeks nud other rush itelns, f H.TII SS
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J-'roet Iimiil juiper currency,
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Hue to oilier National bunks, !l,I 85
Due to Statu bunks und , . .
hunkers 8I.W l- ffl
Notes mid bllli rt)-dlscounlud 'iW) lid
Tot At. $7o;i,VI Wi
Siuie ol Illinois, county of Alexander, ss. y
l.ThoH. W. Iliilliduy, Cushlnr of Hie above niininf
bunk, do solemnly sweur th.it the uliovn stutennm
Is true to tlm best of my knowledge und belief. f
Tnos, W. II.m.miiay, (,'nshiur. f
Subscribed and sworn to before mo IliUiirilli di-3
Ol MllV, lSt C'lUS, t'l'NNINlOIAM,
Cohulct Attest I
H. II C'tlNNINOIIAM. r
(i. 1). Williamson, ''
II. 11. Casuvn,
izc an unpleasant odor ol the breath.