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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 21, 1907.
TII2 CA.20. bulletin. SaUbliabad l6s. rst'lakaa Dellr and Sssdar by tbs Bsllattn OMpaajraOHOkioatrMt. Phones at. tUKUm ft f Man, InTtrisMy Ossb III A4TSM. . Om fmr. Dally M4luUr- I- -' I'l'H i fcdkMriptsM y carrier (a Olrot.ii. By oerrier, oaUlda of Oalro.. ItolM ky Carrier. .Me a month ..too a month 0s NtlM la Maatrfiara. , . abssrlber will confer IStof br nportinf to tbia oflloe any lack of prompt delivery ou Ui part ( oarriara. , Catered at Uj OalfoPoatoSoa at aaoond-e Mall Matter. j.' ..a,.. 1 mi i II jj tiuxji u-jgaw CIRCULATION STATEMENT. We Give You Part of MBNtHHaf" ' ''1 j tcrestlng Of R. Kiel of ulM.iit 8 or '9 years J . Smith lntni tho house of appropriation Your Money Back Average number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Bul letin printed dally and Sunday during the year, 1906..... 2033 Average nuinbipr of complete and perfect eopeltf of the Cairo Bul letin printed dally and Sunday during the month of October 11I07 2173 October' Circulation. On Ladies' Wraps, On Misses' Wraps, On Child's Wraps, On all Dress Skirts, On all Chfds Dresses, 10 will be refunded to you 10 will be refunded to you 10 ; will be refunded to you 10 will be refunded to you 10 : will be refunded to you 2.. 4.. 6.. 6.. 7.. 8.. JO.. 31.. 12.. 13.. 14.., 15... .2110 .2110 .2882 .2350 .21.12 .20C5 ....2100 ....2100 ....2105 ....2110 ....2105 ....2102 ,...20G2 ,...2093 ...2098 31 ...... . 10,, J7.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. 23.. 24.. ..2100 ..2109 ..2101 i .2101 ..2330 ..2101 ..2195 .2090 .2102 25. .....2129 26. ...... ....2100 27.......'... .2061 28. ...... i085 29. ;........ .2096 30.;.. ....8100 ...2050 On all Infants White Dresses, 10 will be refunded to you On all Lace Curtains, 10 will be refunded to you On all Madras Curtains, 10 will be refunded to you On all Silk Petticoats, 10 will be refunded to you Onall Mercerised Pe ticoats. 10 will be refunded to you On Heatherbloom Petticoats, 10 will be refunded to you f On all Damask Portiers, 10 will be refunded to you On all Damask Table Covers 10 will be refunded to you On all Lounge Covers, Congressman Hubert dueed a resolution In i't')ivat'iilatlvt'.s , fur tin of ino.uort fur a marine hospital tit Cnlro. The resolution wan declared out of order. in March, general Sinn Houston. ! United States senator, called nt the Delta office. "A heavy. built gentle, man. hill (i feet high, reveling In a drab suit of peculiar cut, dark crlm ;n vest, rufTled shirt and white crv vat. Fie has a tlorid complexion, good features, ll lit colored and thin baK tailing hack from h high but recerdiu. loreiiead. and a pleasant Rood humor ed expression of face, by no meant illustrative of the ueiiorallv conceived idea of Sam Houston. The general nun been so frequently called a black guard and ruffian for the coarseness of his lani'tmsri on oceusi.ms. that nvcre not prepared to .find him the j!,'uitleman his conversation ami TiMiuierH on the alluded lo visit, do- A PLAINT. Where, oh w here, has I ho gravel gon Thai was put upon the street. mien uui.iy uodsevelt came to town Ills political friends to meet? U hundred and forty Sam ' 10 will be refunded to you White. hired him. J, L. liiown foot passengers, horses, stock of all kinds at all n :uid Cpinpntiy have es refat Thebes to ferry wagons hours. and Had only lavs. Or perhaps n thousand Ileen spent for cinders walks, "('would have been a hotter lint, as we have oncnnnmlcnl Wlio always want their say. For theiiMienelit, wo will 'way here . We must, see part for what we'll say, or planks for way. men. right We am we pay, t ). , growt for never grumble naught, I'nless'. we have a cuise. Hut we must have a little show in this world. And until then we will never, pause. number of $2's and Jil's an.l $Sa, Are payed ou the salary roll. Jillt never a "liav" lo these fire honr.l ELEEfil JllJU t'utiy eutn In HouM'liold Use. . " WiiequaJlffii For tieuiifii0 ami I'olIshUng SILVERWARE Sftiil aiiilwuK fur ti l'Ki:i: 6AM I'l.K, er Hi tvni tn i.iii,ii Iit n full hnx. 'I'UK Ki.m'tiu So ictm i n., CI.IT St., New York. Oruci ru jiul Dvufijislt uvil For "ecouolny" is late at. the poll. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. Cairo, Alexander County, Population 16,147. Illinois Mayor. GEORGE! PAT130N8. Clerk. R. A. HATCHER. Treasurer, THOMAS H. MAIIONJ City Attorney, P. M. MOORB Comptroller, IBUNKST NORDMAN. Police Magistrate, A. J. KOSS. Chief of. Police. M. 8. EAGAN. that the clty'w Perhaps it Is wel funda, Are looked after by only two Or three of the eltv di.ls for if ihhih- ' more took such an active part, We don't know. what, wo wimid do. Wear rubber boots the rest of our . days Or spend taxes for "special meetn," Of the city council, to do or km .... If the car fdreets. lines, Khali rtllt1 our ANONVMOITS. Condensed Statement Alexander County, Population tt,W, County Clerk, JESSIB M. MILLKR Circuit Clerk, LEB B. DAVIS. Sheriff, FRANK B. DAVI8. State's Attorney, I ALHXANUMk WILSON. , r' Coroner. DR. JAMES MeMANUB. County Superintendent of Schools prop, john snyder: a Asaeasor and Treasurer . rKED D-IHSLLI3. The above Is a correct statement of the number of complete and perfect copies of the Cairo Bulletin printed for the year 190G and for the month of October, 1907. CLYDE SULLIVAN, Business Manager. fiubaerlbed and sworn to before me this first day of November, 1907. LEO J. KLEB, (SEAL) Notary Public. The Bulletin. ( on sale at the fol lowing pfacea: . Coleman's, 214 Eighth street Halllday House News Stand. Walker's, 101 Sixth street. Blue Front Restaurant - - Speaking of Bryan the Memphia Commercial-Appeal says: Mr. Bry an s announcement,, seema to have aroused very little Interest ThiB, as we have already Indicated, may be due to the times; but the way we in terpret It Is this: His nomination may bo inevitable, but his election is hopeless. The auditor of Illinois made a call yesterday for a statement from ail state banks and the statement of the First Bank and Trust Company ap pears elsewhere in this paper. Na tional bank statements had not been called for hence none is available from the two national banks of this cuy. a very excellent showing is made by the First Bank and Trust Company, with deposits amounting to 11,392,348.55. This bank has issued or on hand for issue. Clearing House certificates amounting to $16,329. Like favorable statements may also be looked for from the other banks cf the city when they shall be called for. A dispatch from Springfield states mat the rejorts from the Chicago banks is in every resect satisfactory, tar .1 m . OTora conies irom St. units, as re1 produced In yesterday's Bulletin, that the McKinley electric railway com pany contemplates among other lines, a road through Southern Illinois, from East St. Louis to Cairo. The de claration came, Inferentially, from some one who was authoriied to speak for the company, and It can be said for the people of Cairo that If the McKinley company or any oth er company wishes to build an elec tric road to Cairo, it will lx given all the encouragement which men of ordinary business Judgment and tf sincere purpose have a right to ex lci an inai mey could get any where In th tat of Illinois more even than the McKinley company got from tn ple of Danville, whom President McKinley praised so entbu alastlcally for their liberality" towarl bis company. With this assurance, often given and backed by. a .strong public sentiment here, the McKinley company, or any other of Its kind may make its plans for a Cairo line in the turnout ronOdence that it will meet with no obstruction if ft is dis posed to he at all reasonable In its demand. able one to be presented here this sea son. .There have been several quite as bad at the other theaters in this city and it were well to keep children away trom them and otherwise to dis courage their presentation. THAT (JOVER.VME.NT AID. Since we are more or less aroused about the moral well being of tnt community, especially the youth of the community, such a play as is to be presented at the opera bous tonight calls for some comment. The play is a sensational, blood-and thunder af fair. Illustrating an exciting incl dent in Pennsylvania criminology, be ing based on th esrape from the pent tentiary and ubfjunt capture snd death of the noted Biddle Brothers. It Is such plays as this that the Chl- eego judge had in mind one day laM WM-k ki, after hearing the evl 4nr In th csk of a boy who had ton wrong, b declared that the cheap shows at th cheap theater did more to demoralire th rooth of th big citr than any other single in flnenre. The fndee f?e the man ager of une of the theaters where the lw y criminal lad Wn in the habit f sttesriliig, to sji-tsr btfene hfm atl 'hcT me why be should not be punished for pre writ trig snrk "en trrta'r.mnt." The play advertise! fi r M f not the Erst ob-tkJ There Is .much discussion among business men and financiers and among intelligent working men a well, as to the effect of the govern ment's recent action to relieve the money stringency in the country. Doubt is very generally expressed as to the effectiveness of the action. The folhminjc from the Courier-Journal. of Wednesday seems to offer a satisfac tory explanation of the manner in which it Is expected to meet .the needs of the situation: As the Panama bonds must be paid for, it is not at first alance evident low thia will relieve the strinirencv. These bond will be accented as the basis of more currency for the. na tional banks, and .this .may replace the money paid for them, but that adds nothing to the sum in . cirrula- ion. But there are expectations In j this 8itbjet that greatly mollify the situation.' The money tmid for the bonds is expected to be left n "the banks, except as It is required to pay for work, so that It will not materially reduce at once the sum in circulation. The currency that Is Issued on the lepoatt of bonds will, therefore, he largely an addition to the sum avail able for use In the channels of busi ness. It is further expected that the is sue or bonds will bring out a cood Ital of hoarded money. The amount currency in the country Is ampU to supply all reasonable requirements. tut the want of confldenre h good deal of it from circulation in order that it inav be hoarded. boarding is subject to many draw backs. It subjects the owner to the k of, lows by fire, by theft, and in tirious other ways. When the moiiev b; withdrawn from savings banks, there Is also the loss of Interest. But the confidence of the people who dlx tntst the banks Is stttmospd to be rong in the Integrity of the govern ment. By putting the money hoarded Into government bonds the .1 ss-by casualty is much diminished. nd the loss of interest Is obviated in whole or part. Hence it Is expected that muck, of this hoarded ill come out be paid for bonds, and 111 be doitoslted In the banks. The " i'mohi- one, mat is. it is i-fuc.l In stuns of ti-o and multiples of the same, so that it can be tak-n by p4-oie of small mcia.i, as well as by !,iiOse wbo have forge mini at their disposal. If the loan fulfil;, expecta tions it will draw on! a Rreat deal of hijiirded nioti.-y. which will ko into tii hanks to he. c..,l in the futlh-t-'tice-o. Inislitif s of the coniitrvj It w ill afford an opixii tiinity to the hoar.l its of money to put it Into circulation. Kr this hoarding Is the niost sinister feature of the present situation, noth ing but its passing is now re jui.ed to relieve the stringency. 'The Issue of certificates of ind. iit edness to the amount of $1(ii.(u.iiimi :r l ... ii mi inucii w iteeue.j. ir also a meas ' re which ought to have considerable effect in relieving the situation. Being limited to one year, they bear a higher rate of Interest than the bonds a rate npial to that generally paid bv the savings banks. Those who are not atttacted to the Interest on the two ei rent bonds will have the op lion of putting their savings lot:) tnese certittciites. !y the use of I V--- no .secretary of the treasury will In cunmcii to meet public expenditure ivituout withdrawing any considerable i ; mount U' the money deposited with the banks. The acceptance of l we are told, will be made widi special reference to the needs of localities lor money to move the crops, an.l the money can be made available tit twints where the need fo nioBt urgent." As made to i lie NOVEMBER 21 IN HISTORY. 1 195 Hawkins, English tied nt sea, .ton Sir John navigator, 151!0. 1099 Russia and Poland 'signed treaty of alliance against. Swe den. ' 1 730 British defeated the Spanish at Battle of Porto Hello. 1739 N'orth Carolina, the twelfth state, accepted the Constitution ISU rort Niagara bombarded b the British. lS3t Mrs. Hetty (Iretn born. i. e. dcoTfe'f . Smith, president of Colgate T'lih erf ilv, born. Died Feb. S. lOno. IW2 Pegn. a city of Biirmah. recap tured by the British' and an nexed to Indian Empire.' 1S02 Hen. .Sunnier demanded the surrender of Fredericksburg, Va. . IS73 Pope Pius IX. Issued encyclical letter against "Old Catholics." ! f-'StI Thomas A. Edison unntiunced the invention of the phonograph. -Member of the Mafia indicted at New Orleans for the assas sination of Chief of police Ifen-lieKSV. 60'MjI! Ohio Street, Cairo, Illinois. Uiditor of Illinois at the Commencement of iup"nss November ,19th, 1907. RICSOURCHS Tynans and Discounts, Kouds and Securities, HankingIIoti.se Steel Vault and Fixtures Cash and Due from oilier Hanks 582 56S.' 5H.9.5S or, 11 ,777. 27 20,1 S3 82 220,144 22 MABIUTllvS Capital Stock, - - - $ 250,(100.00 Suroltis 1-ini.l, -, - - 50.O00.C0 Lrnlivifle 1 Trt-fiN - - - 20,').W.S1 Clearing House Certificates - 16,329(10 liiDs Payable - - - 50,000.00 Deposits, .... 1.302.348 5.5 Board of County Commlsalonsrg J. J. .H?cNEI.LK. Chalrtiisu. fJROItCin: PARSONS. D. EDWIN J. flAOSS. TIME CARD CAIflfl ELECTRIC RYV HKLT I.IVH earn due U Uiv Sociti,1 St. iinr north on OoiumetclHl Are., every PI m!n- uira irom n a. m. to i p. m. Ooitig uorth ou Walnut St. erery 16 tuluulu f mill 8:08 s in. to 10:5a C. II. . , , POHI.AttBT. LINK-H.lbrook A, or Jn ' t o leave Hivkiii i Mt g-ing nurth on Holbrtiuk Ave., at :67; 27; 8:3; 6:S7; 7:H. tu. anil i raine tuinutea every hour uu! II 10:42 and ll;li .. m. O.iIiir went (m Twenty. Right h ftt. at 8:Ui :!; 6:S; 6:40; aud 7:(H a. tn.auilon aammlii. ntrt every hour uutil 10:34 and U:tH p. m. Poplar St. en due to pns Ht. Mafy'a park 1" niiuiitea after l.ain; Seo 'itrl St. HKI.T LINKOWLOiuH uorth ou Walnut ii:iu p. ui. i j.ih a, m.; i :m a. ui,; t ut 11 mi a. ui.i 4 M a. m.i 8:30 a. m. North on Commercial lit :on o. m.; ui. z.ou a. in. 3:OU m. tu. 4:iiO a. tu. 6 a. ui. Ot! II anil Owl em are dim In nua W. Thirty fourth tut. is uiluuloa alter lontlui . ui. 00 $1,779,612 36 THE LARGEST DEPOSITS OF amy BANK IN SOUTHERN 1,779,612.36 ILLINOIS. Liberal in its business -methods, but conservatively managed to insure safety. '1SWSiB!TrrtrvmTl IS'.IO- Biographv. Ft't'ili'iick Vt-.vi'iliuii:er. t)io rnorni (itisly wealthy IuiiiIut kins nt the Xnrtllwi'Mt, wan born In Nii-.lfr Saul l.i Im, Ormany, Novfinln-r 21. IS:) I. lit e-ntimnt.-d ti tli." l'liltcl Stab's In 18.".2 and four jvars l.-id'r locntt'.l In (Vial ValU-y. 111., wlii'w hp rue;it:'.l in tin- liinitxT anil Rrain business. In 1S0U he began saw mill operation at Itoek IkI.hkI. In 1S!i lie reniove.l to Pi. Paul to better lhvit bis Krf.'U lumlior interests aiul nince tliat time lit ha.4 fo'itlnue.l to make tiie Minne sota capital bis home. Mr. Winer lu.user is heavily Intf rente, 1 In other industrial enterprises as well as en--.a:ed in yaiiot s phases of the IuihIkt flid loei;iiii bu.sinenit. It has been ri ported that bis wealth Is eipial to if it does not exceed that of John I). Rockefeller. Mr. Weyerlianser owns vr.st timber tracts In Minnesota. Wis ffiln. WashiiiKtott and Idaho, an.l thtoiiKlt iwneinb or control Ih the tieiitest Mmde factor tmlay In the American tliolwr (itdd. '.HOT B ftfstssttssssstts CAIRO III 1 849 i ssssas Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Darlnr the put 35 jreara no rem edy has proven more prompt or more effectual in it puree of Coughs, Colds and Croup than Cbimberlaln s Co igh reedy. la tnaar home U U reitwd upon a im phcitTyastbefamily 0t,riic'-n " ?ci tasne ho opium or oto-r nu.co.,o, and may be a eonfl.ientlT to a bahu aitoan a4ult. Price V6c; Urge size 50c (From the Cairo Delta Published Add. H. Sanders.) By On Tuesday. February f;th, th" steamer Tenn esseo, v.jtli the iresi-dent-e!et of the I'nited State? Zuchary Taylr.r. arrived at the wharf at 3 a. m. The distinguished puest "was greeted with a proper haltt'e fired from a cannon, but the hour i too early for citizetm to . out t'i ine-t him." On February Mh, tleneral SliP-lds. nesly ele, ,.. I'nited States -natn1-from Illinois. stoped in Cairo for a ' short time while on his. way to lni- : viile. T he Mipii:ition Inrned -iit a'ld rave Mm half a doz-n ralut fn.n t camion. On Febniaty 10th, a daiu-!t.r oT ohi Hedges, living about 12 mile"; ncrth of Cairo, fnd who formerly re;- rt5-enteI this county In the legjl. tuf, fell from the .ih of Lis hone and was so Inured that he Jived but an hour afterward. She was an ia- A tS'eAV U-GK'S LAST Buck's Mot Blast the most pawerftil heatinir stove on the market Buy a heat and the rest on payments. !5 mMmm , The jjrealest Keduciion Sale store is now going on. We in the history of our must make room for New Christinas (iootls that are now arriving dailj. We are offering in this sale many pieces of hand some furniture for less than factory cost. Easy to 3uy His i v-tu t a" J t, I u $1 down and SI a week. Easy to Pay; DR. '.MORRISON- DENTIST Offlc 707 Commsrclal Avsmts. Cannon lhone 71. JOHN S. JENKINS Architect 1006 Commercial Ave. Cairo, Illinois. n Tor Drur.Vonnoss, Oplun DRISGOLL ....t sit rccur;;ti vis: -. U.vl.Olt. ACQUITTED Extenuating Circumstances in Case of Assault On Negro Shooting to Be Heard Later. Frank nriscoll, the a-ency's young lur.Ti, who ready with his pistol last hlKbt h rest hiin COlllHtillK was so Saturday n an officer sought lo ai uuder a warrant charging him with isuullini? a nero, was tiled in .lul.i?e Hoss" court yesterday 0:1 (lie warrant referred to and was ui quitted. Attorney O'Shea appeared for him and it was developed that the negro who hwore out the complaint was not altogether blanieh ss. The case gainst Driscoll for Khoot- iiiK at the officer will be tried later, having been continued ten dayi, 8oine lays a:;f. It Is stated that young Di IscoU's employer gave liim tho pistol anil told him to Khoot, when the officer cwnio to arrest him, and the young fellow obeyed. The young man has been engaged tn the collection business in Cairo for some time and Is said to have, been very successful In this line, but oiten proceeding In a high handed hiwless manner to carry his point with a delinquent. His success In this respect and Immunity, has made him somewhat reckless. ilLill 11 . n i Many POISON Pairs, Can- V Muii 11 it m "wji ' 1 m peop'e s-.Ter from Er.i i;i, Bloo-I Poeon and ojTt keiw i. If you have ahea ami, pain In tho Innes. back or joints. Itching, Scabby skin, blood feels hot ir thin; Swollen lands. Rising and Humps on th- fkln. Sore Throat or Mouth, fallinc hair. Pimples or offensive eruptions. CuicerouE Fores. Lumps or Pores on l.ipR, Face or any part of the body . ish on Skin, are run down or ner- toiiR. fleers on any part of the bod'- Carbuncles or lioils. Take Botan;e Blood Balm, (B. B. B.) GuaranteeJ t. cure even the worst and nn.-t deep- seated wes. II. n. B. driven all no!s onons matter from the system and send3 a flood of pure, rich blood dl iect to the skin rurface. fn this tt rhes and fViins are stopid. all Fniri tion?. Sores, fimples. even cancer are o'lieUr healed and cured. POTANIC BLOOD 3AUM, (B. B. E.) cmiwe,! of pure Botanic Ingredients nitl'GCISTS. 1. Soil in Cairo, III, by W. r .Simon, 1301 Wahlngton Ave.