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THE DAITjY BULLETIN.
OFFICE: NO. "U OHIO LEVKK.
EN'TICIlF.l) AT TUB CAtUO riMTOIfHICK FOR
TIUNSMU8IOX TIIKOUOIl TIIIC MAIM AT 8KC
OND CLASS HATKH.
nFfluiAL PAPER OP CITY AND COUNT
Wi ir i nli:rl. r ti nmionriro til t It. A . D.
WIUHNIv. of Jotlnrsnii county. l cundldutn
Mr l lem iiline App 'll'Un Court In thu Koiirin
Divlsliu of Illinois, subject In Ihii cti!CiHliri of ft
cun vent iitu of Uiu Duinocrntlc puny
cui'NTr Ji iidie.
W HUthnrlK..! til Hllll'lllle'll the imnie of
WAl.TKK WAKUKIl h ft cmidliln o Tor tho oillco
oCCuuu y.IitiU'" uf Alcxfiilcr t-ounty .
W'c urn authorised to annouiiru .lusticu JOHN
II. UoillNMM Hi tu Independent candidate for
County judge at tin' coming Noviimncr election.
SI'iWlAL L(W.L ITEMS.
N ttce :ii iniK rul iimn, oiijiit reins er Mim- fi.r
(Irs I null flvu : it tn pur Una ch ulceieul liinur
ilun. r'or mm mrll, ;lcoiit per Hun. Kur onu
ii ntith, iyo rniiiH pur lino-
(hit of the lire, cor. ol'8ili nnd Levee, my
ice house mil I'llii'ii is nt pri'rtniit h tho
City Brewery, m Washington avenue, "e
twecn 8th and Jut tstreets. Orders will he
filled sumo an usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply reguhuly every day.
Caiuo, 111., July l'.lih, 1SS3.
Mr.. Frank Kratkj:
In justice to you and in order to coun
teract tho reitori that you hul purchased
morphine of us for thu purpose of adminis
tering to yourself and children, wo havo to
gay that such report is wholly without
foundation. Wo are quite confident that
you have never bought or asked for mor
phine at either our Levee or Washington
arenuo stores. Instead of morphine it was
a stedlitz powder that ynu called for. and
got at tlie L'lvee store on Saturday evening
last. Morphine wm never mentioned by
you to us. We regret tho f ilse report.
It ..sjiectfully IJ.iuci.ay IJuoa.
Real Estate at Auction!
Lots 14 13 and 1C block 81 (heing on
Btuih side of Cross street we it of Washing
ton) and lot 1 and 2 bl ock 40, F.rst addit
ion, (he'ngou I'oplar, corner of Twenty
seventh ftreet ) will Do ottered for sa'e to the
highest bidder for cash on Thursday July
27, 1882 at 3 o'clock, p. m. Title put lect.
Olmstead fc Winteii, Auctioneer.
M. J. Howlev, Hjal Kstate Agent.
three first-class tinners. No other need
apply; f 2.50 an i 12 7 ) per day, and steady
employment. Apply at once to
F. S. I'ettit
F. 0. 15. 100, Denison, Tex.
Foil Sale A homo and lot in Villa
Ilidge, convenient to tho depot. Apply at
John Cheek, at store of Hilteuhotise & I'ro.
Slimmer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
B ile excursion tickets t' all the principal
summer results in Wiscomdn, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, l'uehto,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. Kites low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. lI.VNS.iN, ("neral Passenger Agent.
Notice to Consumers of lie.
My wagons will run through this season
delivering ice to till purls of the city. I
have also an ice Imx on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my 1ko on Tenth street,
tit C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A shiirn of yntir bus
iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and careful attention.
OliO. W. Sl'KNCK.
.1. S. Hawkins is propped to pump out
cisterns ami repair them or build new ones
promptly and nt bur prices. Orders by
jio.tal pumiptly tt"ii led t . No. 2 Win
ter's row. tf
Receipt bonks, Cairo i,ve line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, manufac
tured and lor rmlo at the Cairo Eulletin
Use Tit it Caiuo liuu.irm pcifotated
crutch book, . made of calendered jute
tiiHiiilU, equally good lor ink or pencil. For
sale, in three si,es, nt the, ollice. No. 2 and
o. tivi) and ten ceutu each by the single tine,
by the d'i,en. Special discount on gross
lots to the trade. '
Spi n it's Ketail Ice Imx.
CuuMiniris nf ice are notilied that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
ion Kighth street in CuniliU's store where
i' e in hiiv quantity can at all times be ob
tained. My customers will remember that
their tickets will be punched at this Btaud
just the same as by drivcisof wngons. tf.
To Kuilroti'l Contractors.
rroimsals will bo received until liVi.l u,
August 18th, at 12 m., for tjic cleaving,
gruumng graoing mil inidging
of thu Ya.oo it Mississippi
Vullcy K. U. from Jackson, Missis
sippi to Yazoo City distance about. 43
miles. Hnecilications. minis, nlims hiwI um.
flies of the work can be seen on ami nfier
July 20th, at the ollico of the company's
.n!iraT, iipt. m, r. rurrar, at Jackson,
Missisnlnni, The work will In. ,lk.t,l,.,l :..
sections of uhout five miles, and contractors
may imi tor one or more sections.
This is verv tli-sirable work, nrtit Wf.rll,
the attention of contractors. Itids should
bo addrossed to the undursigned at tho com
party's offico at Jackson, Mississippi, The
rigni rcsorvun w reject any or an onln,
Jsckwn, Mississippi July 5th 1682.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In tbnM eommni, tun eenu par lln,
Itch Inawtlon. Marked
An excursion of Paducahans is to como
hero on the little steamer Metropolis next
Two hundred and Bixty- four car-loads
of new wheat arrived at Chicago from
Southern Illinois on Wednesday.
Real Kst ito Agent M. J. II iwley has a
notice of importance in special locals this
Since yesterday tho Argus seems io
havo very little faith in tho veracity of tel
egraph operator.! generally and of those in
tho Cairo office particularly.
Dr. Parker round it necessary to am
putate the fore part of tho arm of tho negro
Stevenson who was run over by the Illinois
Central railroad night before last.
Magistrate Comings united Mr. Jeffer
son Evans and Miss Annio McOinnis, of
Kentucky, itt marriage at Iho Wavorly hotel
Messrs. N. II. Thistluwood & Co re
ceived I he first new hay in this city on
Wednesday. There were two car loads of
it nnd it is of a superior tjtiality.
Since the Fourth of July six hoys havo
died of lock) iw iii Cincinnati, an I twelve
in Chicago, from woum's m i le on tho
Fourth by toy pistols. The wound in
every rase was trifling.
The entrance to Tim, Bulletin news
and editorial rooms is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always lind
tho Railroad street entrance open. tf
. A dispatch received here yesterday
from Mr. Win. Murphy who is in llidle
ville, bUtod that ho had given up all hope
of becoming Col. Willis' successor, and well
he may with the bosses all against him.
A denial of the rumor that Mis. Frank
Kratky bought morphine for the purpose
of committing suicide, signed by Mescrs.
Barclay Bros., who were said to have sold
the drug, appears in special locals this
morning. The rumor was a cruel falsehood
entirely witlnuit foundation in fact.
The alarm of tiro yesterday evening
was caused by fire in tho kitchen of Mr.
Charles Bowers' European hotel. The fire
department was out promptly, but there
was not much need of it. The fire was
soon put out and Lut little damage wits
A man named Ituis Dichler died in
the New Orleans hospital on Tuesday of
what was pronounced by the attending
physicians to bo yellow fever, but which
other physicians pronounced to havo been
a clear caee of yellow jaundice. Furtner
investigation is in progress and more posi
tive information may be given soon.
Thomas McLoughlin struck John Car
ter in the face, knocked him down and then
kicked him twice in the head, in Chicago,
Wednesday. Carter died immediately, and
yet according to the decision of some courts
a boot or shoe on a great, ugly desperado's
great ugly foot is not a deadly weapon.
Of course, the court ought to know.
The press of tho country generally
condemns the attempt to cripple the na
tional board of health by cutting down the
necessary appropriation for its work. Tho
important Ship Island yellow fever station,
off tho mouth of the Mississippi river, will
be closed to day, unless congress gives
a liberal appropriation.
-If Col. Willis' resignation was volun
tary, it was in order to avoid the vulture
eye of tho vampire Jay Ilubbell; but it is
a notorious fact that tho colonel's resigna
tion was no more voluntary than are the
compliances of pour female department
clerks at Washington with the black
mailing circulars ism-d by tho vampire
An eutliquake ol about fifteen sec
onds, in duration and quite severe for about
half that time occurred and was perceptible
here yesterday morning between three nud
four o'clock. No damage was done and it
was over before anybody could become
frightened; but it awakened a good many
"Whom tho gods would destroy etc."
Tlio Argus is angry, but we didn't do it.
We did not miikelany "cheeky, prying nnd
imprudent inquiries iu regard to tho Argus"
alfaint, but we saw somebody who did.
And if Iho Argus asks who this "somebody"
wus, wo reply that ho was the same person
fniiu whoso mouth indirectly the Argus
got her so calleit "special dispatch."
Translated from, tho Omnibus: (Suest,
to the landlord "Mr. Landlord, - Iho box
with toothpicks stands agaiu not upon tho
table." Landlord "Toothpicks there are
with me not inoro. Quest "Why then not?"
Landlord "Know you, in former times,
then wore tho guests so cultured and stuck
the toothpicks, aftor the use, again in tho
box. But nowadays takes every man ono
with. So much thu business can't afford."
Tho inmates of tho house, at the cor
ncr of Fifteenth sircet and Commercial av
vnue, were, on complaint of tho neighbors,
arrested yesterday charged with keeping a
disreputable house. They were all brought
beforo Justice Hobinson, who continued
tho cases until July 31st. when, by a covert
mutual sgrecmont, the cases shall be dis
THK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN;
missed if tho defendants shall have vacated
tho premises. Huch socrot bargains with
criminals, even If thoy bo mado in the inter
est of public deconcy,aro not commendable.
The Argus is wrong in saying that tho
officers intend to mako a raid upon tho
habitations of tho "soiled doves." The
officers aro alort to compel a reasonable
observance of tho ordinances governing
these institutions ami will restrict and
confine the evil but there is no intention
to mako a general raid; to parade fallen
virtuo before the public gaze to tho disgust
of all rospectablo pooplo and tho entertain
ment of tf io vicious.
The behavior of the petty American
force at Alexandria during the crisis in
that unfortunate city ha not been such ns
to bring discredit open in. Tho admiral
in command has been hampered by no
question of policy America has no b.x to
grind in Egypt and as a consequence he
has been enabled to act like a s,ensiblo man
and do what he could with his small com
mand to savo property and prevent further
barbarities by tho insurgents. With but a
handful of marines at his command the
admiral Iris won the respect of all parties
and has furnished to tho world a refreshing
illustration of the aTvantairo of being out
of all international complications, as is the
The demented white man who was
sent here by Mr. Filch, of the Cairo and
Texas narrow gauge company, by whoso
road, at Bird's Point, tho man was injured
Tuesdiy, wis (lung very well
yesterday, nnd Dr. Parker is
now satisfied that ho will be
physically all right again soon. Tho man
is very badly demented and at times be
comes so violent that it is necessary to
hold and bind him in order to prevent him
from doing himself further bodily injury or
wrecking the furniture in Ins room. Where
he came from is a mystery and cannot bo
learned from him, but it was rumored yes
terday that ho was an escaped lunatic be
longing in a Missouri asylum, which rumor
is discredited, however.
If any oi the charitably disposed la
dies in the city would do tho Sisters of the
Holy Cross, who havo charge of St. Mary's
Iufirmy, a great lavor and assist thcua very
materially in the prosecution of their noble
work in relieving tho many sick nnd crip
pled persons who are almost daily brought
to them for care, they, the charitably
disposed ladies, should gather up all tho
old clothing and underwear they have
about tho house aud send it to tho sisters.
As a rule the poor creatures who come to
the hospital are scautily dressed and arc sel
dom provided with underclothing, and the
sisters are often at a loss to know from
whence to obtain the necessary linens. A
hint ought to lie sufficient in this case and
wo believe it would be.
The result of the glove-fiht between
the Hon. "Tui;" Wilson, of England, and
Mr. J. ,hn L. Sullivan, of Boston, which took
place Monday night at Madison Square
Garden, will probably be a ring battle with
bare bands for tho champiouship of the
world, if their esthetic friends and admirers
can only provoke such a violation of the
law. Tuesday Mr. Wilson, with his lrieml
and handler Mr. Arthur Chambers, Mr.
James Patterson, George Holden, and oilier
professors of pugilism met. Mr. Wilson
told his backer, Mr. Richard K. Fox, that
ho was prepared to fight any man in the
world. Mr. Fox said he would back him
to fight Sullivan for $2,300 a side at catch-
weights, London prize-ring rules, for the
championship of the world. A formal
challenge to that effect was at once issued,
signed by Mr. Fox, and a check for 1,000
was drawn to be deposited with Harry Hill
to bind the challenge. The time and place
of fighting was left to bo mutually agreed
on when the forfeit is covered by Mr. Sul
livan. Mr. Billy Madden was asked to
night if he had seen the Challenge of Fox
for Wilson to fight Sullivan, and replies;
"Ye, and I have Mr. Sullivan 'a authority
to do as I think best in the matter, but I
tell you there won't be any light for I-hs
than $3,000 a side. It don't pay, when you
come to take out tho expenses. Tho fight
must como oft out West. I think it should
bo within fiOO miles of Kansas City, some where
in Colorado. I am going to tako two
or tbreo days to think it over before I reply
to it, but those are my ideas, and I think of
asking Mr. Hill to act as referee."
A colored boy of about eighteen years
of age created much sympathy among peo
pie on tho streets down' town yesterday
morning by wandering about in search of a
physician to dress one of his hands which
had been alinont entirely cut off by an en
gine on the Illinois Central railroad. Like
mauy other very fool-hardy boys ho had
attempted to cross tho track of tho company
aforesaid near tho elevator, about twelve
o'clock the night beforo, just ahoad of an
approaching engine. But ho had stumbled
before he got across the track and his hand
caught under tho wheels and
was nearly cut off and , tho
bone of tho wrist badly crushed.
Although ho lived up town he did not go
home, but camo down town and tat around
in front of tho offlres of over il physicians
and moaned and bled untill he was almost
too faiut to stand up. In tho morning ho
was sent to St. M iry's Infirmary at tho di-
ruction of Mayor Thistlewood, and Dr.
Parker undertook the treatment of tho case.
This is tho second caso of this kind within
the last imnth whore a human being was
cnppioa Dy a tram or an engino on the
FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1882.
Illinois Central Railroad, and then ImpVsei
upon tho city for hospital treatmont. About
a month ago, near midnight, a negro
stepped asido to allow a passonger train to
pass and in doing bo stepped right in front
of a freight truin which approached from
behind, knocked him down aud cut oil
some ot his fingers and injured ono of his
legs. He was in the hospital at the city's
expenao for twenty-threo days. Tho for
ward car of tho train which run over him
boro no Bignal light nnd no brakeman whs
upon it, nor ahead of it, as tho ordinances
require, to see that no citizen would bo in
jured. Tho Illinois Central railroad yards aro
rapidly gaining tho reputation of being a
regular man trap and the company has long
had the name of being anything but mind
ful of tho human suffering it causes.
In tho light of truth these self congrat
ulatory lines from tho Springfield Journal,
concerning the feeling towards each other
of thu Republican factions in this district,
sound humorous: "Tho only sharp con
flict has been in the XXth district, wheto
tho nominating convention held a two day's
seisious, resulting, on tho ninth ballot, in
tho nomination of Hon. J. R. Thomas, the
present representative from the old XVI 1 1 di
dislrict. We aro assurod, however, tint
this has left no division in tho Republican
ranks, butth.it Iho party will give to dipt.
Thomas a united and harmonious suppoit,
and will elect him by the usual vote." Tho
desperate efforts of Thomas, Logan and
Raum to establish harmony in the pDy
lu re by acceeding to tho demands of the
nrmyof ollice -sockets and offering them
Col. Willis' official head on a tray, and up
pointing in the Col's stead ono of the
ultra kickers, certainly does not look us
though the defeat of Dimron Bud tho suc
cess of Thomas had "left no division in tho
Republican ranks" of this district. And
even now, since this great concession his
lieen made, the anti-Thomas or Daninm
faction hero ia far from satisfied. They
want more blood; nothing less than tiie
decapitation ofCol.McKeaig and the defeat
of Captain Thomas will satisfy them. On
ly last Wednesday a near relative of Judto
Dammn was heard to say that "if the judge
says he will defeat a man he will do it no
matter what opstacles may present them
selves." The judge has openly, in the pres
ence of a mixed crowd, sworn to do nil he
can to defeat Thomas, saying that ho had
plenty of money and about three hundred
men in his employ all of which would be
"used" to accomplish his fell purpose. But
b sides this the friends of Col. Willis and
the former friend of Captain Thomas, who,
as the result of the convention showed, are
in tho majority in this dis
trict, are very justly indignant at the shame
ful manner in which Captain Thomas has
treated those who did so much for him.
After havinL' used them to his
personal advancement ho casts them
from him and takes to his bosom
the snake which saught to burry its fang in
his heel. Thus it appears that there is
anything but harmony among the Republi
cans of the Twentieth district and that the
probability of establishing it between now
and November is very remote.
Says the Peoria Tran-cript: "The
woman educators are coming to the front
in this state. The Republicans of Bureau
county have nominated Miss Emma V
White, of Princeton, for school superinten
dent; Miss Ella Parker has been s'niilarly
nominated in Richmond county; Miss Sarah
J. Gray in Coles county; Miss Ella Sher
man is tho Greenback candidate for tho
hame office in Marion county, and it is to be
hoped that Mrs. Mary Wliitesides Emery
will be put on both tickets for superin
tendent in this county." And what is Ihc
matter with Alexandcrcounty? This coun
ty has for years had a lady superintendent
of schools, and its schools have been most
satisfactorily managed. The education of
the young is very properly tho work of wo
men, who possess, in a much greater decree
than men, the patience, gentleness and tact
so essential to a successful educator. For wo
mon as superintendents of schools Alc.vm
der county can bear Htrong testimony based
upon experience. It is to bo hoped thut
the old notion that a man is necessary as
principal of a school will also soon give
way, and that a woman, ono of tho in any
scholarly women who live in comparative
scclmiou iu overy community, particularly
in this community, will be soou prevailed
upon to assume the important
post tif principal of tho schools
hero. This movement in tho several
counties in Iho state to conserve the bust
educational interests of tho community by
tho election of female educators inatead of
male politicians to tho management of the
schools, will not bo satisfactory to Long
Jones, chairman of tho Republican state
central committoo, who wants tho public
bcIiooI system of the stato turned into a
political machine with Straltan in com
mand to sou that it is run "for all it is
worth." As far as his influence extends,
Mr. Jones will wish to rutiro tho women
educators, whocau't organize tho machine,
and replace them with mon who will pros
tituto their high positions and misiui6e thu
common school fund to the glorification of
Republican politics. But it is to be hoped
that the poople, irrespective ot political dif
ferences, will combine in a common cuuso
to save the common schools sustained by a
common fund for tho common
education of tho common youth,
from the disgraceful use to which, under
the politician Strattan, they are in dangor
of being put. And this must bo done by
tho overwhelming defeat of tho would-be
Tn i Bulletin's pi went opposition to
Captain Thomas is a ''iililllinent of its own
prediction, undo wlnlo it was using what
influence it ha I in an en leavor to sccuro
his nomination. Its oppodtion to tho cap
tain now rests up hi tho fact that Mr.
Thomas is a R qiuhlicit'i, devoted to prin
ciples and upholding a pirty, which are
corrupt and injurious to the interests of the
people, and upon tho further fact that
Captain Thomas will do but little to ad
vance the most important interest tho peo
ple of his district have tho river im
provement interest. Ho was very active
during the latter part of his
second term; ho introduced a
number of bills, which ip tiikv pass, will
bo of great good to this district, but ho has
really accomplished nothing. During tho
first part of his term he was never heard of,
becuiso ho never s night to do anything
for his constituents, and ho never sought to
Io anything, because he was too lazy nnd
thought it too early to mako a boom for
another term. Tho motive underlying
these several attempts to do something to
ward the close of his second term are plain
enoii 'li to all whoso mental vision is not
beclouded ho wanted a third term. Now
hu has tho nomination and his election
would bea fulfillment of all his hopes and
of all that be sought to accomplish when he
iroiiscd himself and put on font sc hemes
ostensibly for the good of bis constituents.
I'lie people's interests were matters of cec-
ondnry consideration with bun, his own in
terests were always uppermost in his mind.
His fruitless efforts in tho people's
behalf were but means to accomplish
selfish ends, i.e. a rcnoininatinn and a third
term iu congress. Wo hhall expect and
wo confidently predict, and Capt. Thomas'
past record will warrant tho prediction,
that if he is re-elected, bo will at once
relapse into the turpitude from which his
ambition momentarily aroused him; ho will
again become a congressional mummy, a
legislative inmenity. And this tune he will
remain so throughout the length of his
term because then thero will be no hope
ot another term to arouse him from his na
tural, habitual drousincss and carelessness.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
Tho Democratic voUra of Alexander
county are requested to assemble at the
Arab engine house, in Cairo, Wednesday,
July 2th, 1882, at 3 o'clock p. m. for the
purpose of selecting delegates to tho state
and congressional conventions, also to select
delegates to attend tho convention to nomi
nate a candidate for clerk of tho appellate
court. Tuos. W. Sm elds. Chairman.
B. F. Blkk, Secretary.
Cairo, III., July 20th, 1882.
Mr. Blauvelt having resignjd his position
in the office of Messrs. N. B. Thistlewood
&, Co., to accept one in the offices of the
Mobile and Ohio railroad, Miss Katie
Howard has been promoted to the position
of lxiok-koper and cashier in the first
Mr. Meredith and family, accompanied by
Misses M.iiscy and Irvin, sister-in-law and
daughter of Circuit Clerk A. 11. Irvin, are
in Indianapolis, Ind , since Tuesday, on a
A CALL TO YOUNG
1 1 KM IX UATS.
Wo, the undersigned, believing it to be
to the interest of the young Democracy of
Alexandcrcounty to meet iu mass meeting
for the purpose of organization, desire the
attendance ot all young Democrats at thu
county court house, on next Monday, July
21th, at 8 o'clock p. m.:
Geo. W. Hendricks, Adolph Swoboda,
Guy Morse, John ). Home,
W. C. Mulkey, Claud.) Winter,
Sol. l'Vnbakcr, A. Lewis,
II. W. Burst wick, Jno. Fry,
Will Roilburn, Joseph Bernath,
W. M. Cuudif', James Barrow,
Haz. P. Martin, N. W. Hacker,
Jno. P. Keith, Henry Baird,
Gua Winter, H. A. Williamson,
Tim Coy Io, ' Alex. G. Able,
Phil. H. Saiip, T. M. Lovett,
L. H. Biohs, P.C.Barclay,
Geo. Cooke, Jno. A. Haynes,
Everett James, E. W. Thieleckc,
J. O. Meredith, Traber Alter,
W. K. Axley, P. Mahoney,
Chas. W. Hodge, W. A. Steagabt,
B. II. Shelly, A. O. Phelps,
Ed. II. White, Jno. II. Lane,
Wm. Nowotney, Jus. Cannon,
Angus Leek, . Will Camuroti,
W. K. Hendricks, Robt. Hewitt,
W. II. Power, Harry Manning,
Win. Carroll, O. Tony,
W. C. Nowsoin, M. Vincent,
Ed. L. Weil, E. Biuchet,
G. (! Ray, L. J. Koehlor,
E. ('. II moll, - L. Koehlor,
Geo. W. Spend), O. Koehler,
L. C. Crawley, Albert Hmi'h,
H. S.Taylor, Ed. Scantlaud,
Chas. E. Hodges, Chas. liaughman,
Phil. J. Wicker, James Stuart,
W. B. Williamson, Chas. F. Alter,
Angelo Mc Bride, George Winter,
Sum Williamson, M. A.Farnbakor,
Goo.K Olmsted, G. Harris,
Phillip Laurent, K. P. Jackson,
F. A. Carle, C, R. Rullin,
Goo. J. Lattnor, W. C. Brown,
E. E. Parker, Frank Cassidy,
John Lucns, Geo. E. Clark, . ,
John Kenlz, Eng. M. Brady,
John M. Cotter, Wilson Scntt,
H. Powers, O. II Jackson,
Frank Healey, W. A. Pink.
Isaac Walder, Frank W. Koehler,
Billy Short, ,T. O. Banchett.
OLMSTEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
No. S3 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
milECITY NATIONAL HANK.
Of Cairo. Illinois.
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A General Nanking bunnies
THOS. v HALLIUAY.
JNTEIU'IUSK SAVING IJANK.
Of Cairo. .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TUN CITY.
(JOODS SOLD VEKY CLOSE
O. O. PAT IKK ,Sc CO..
Cor. Nineteenth Ptrfet I Piiil'A 111
Cuninircitl Avetiou J U'llU, lilt
KIM. AND COMMISSION.
CAI HO, ILLINOIS.
DiALiHi in '
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Egyptian MouringMills !
Hiirbest Cuali Prlc Paid for Wheat, f
It E POUT OK TIIE CONDITION
C1T Y NATIONAL 1 5 ANK!
OI-" CAIRO. (
at Cairo, iu tho Suite ol Illinois, at the close of
July lt, 1882, f
Lourx ami diHconul $ 3:17. r.V 'l
OvcrdrnftK 1 ,T3J0lf
U.K. boudu to secure cireiila- !
utiii.T auKKH, nonuH ami uiort-
Due from approved reserve
HenlK Jtlil.l.J 111
Due from otln-r Natioiiiil buokii l'j.eil flu
Due from Htnto hmikn ami
bunkers ;iU7j 4-Jn;,(i53 ''
Id-Hi i-KlHte, furniture and flx- !
area 'X,VM 74
Current expi'imen arid taxen
paid JS U!
Clierk and other rah items. $ V7.'i as
Hllla of oilier Dank 2u,v;s mi '
Fractional paper dirtcm y, j
uirmjiHanu ponun-H .1,11 mi 1
tiuld ,.$,( on
hilvi-r MM M -M.!-! HO :
Lewi Teiiili-r note I5,iw wi 75,553 ('
Kedi'inplloii fund with IT. H. i
'1 renmirer, (5 per cunt, of cir- j
riilnllou) - !i,3.VHX;
Due from U. M. Treasurer. i
other than 5 per cent, re- I
disruption fund .. 2,000 0
Capital aloi k paid in
I lnn.om r$
liVMi 1 if
5,049 it ;
U4U e ;;,
N11II01111I Imnk iiiiles oiiihIuiiiI-
Individual deposit subject to
check -no.7l nil
Demiuiilli'ertijlrateii of deposit, ll.fS d
Due to other National hunks, 2,S17 SO
Dim to Huuo hanks and
hunkers ',- 4M,tS0t ii
Totai $7'-'7,"00 11
Slate of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, Tims. vV. llullldny, Cashier of the above nnim'.,'
Imnk, do solemnly swear that the above slntemci K
Is truo to tho bust of my knowtedRo and belief. i
Tims. W. Hai.udav. Cashier, f
Subscribed and sworn to bclore too this 10th. da
of July, 18t. M J.Howt.ET.
K. II. CtlNNINOIUM. )
II. H. Canoks. VDIroclora.
U. L. llAU.lllAT. I
QUARTERL YRK PORT
OK TUB CONDITION
Alexander County Bank.
Caiiio, III., Monduy, July 3rd, 1882.
I.niuii and Discounts $82,007 I
i'iio iroinotnorDanua isn.iiti
Cash, on hand 0,H77
Kcul Estate aud furniture 13,547
Capital stork paid In $35.5(10
Surplus and pro tits ..,. Il,fu4
Duo other bauks Q2
V. V llrnss. tirniilrtftnl and ir..n Ufa
cashier, do solemnly swonr that the abovo stan
meiib ib truo w mw nusi ui nur KnowlRuifU ana I
V uaAju I. u " .
iiui. oiwoa, rrusiuuuv
H. WKLLS, CMhlcr. .
Subscribed and sworn to before mo this Srd d
. 1 I (aai, . v Mr. ..v. ct
lw Notary I'ublicJ