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TIIK DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 22, IKH2.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICE: NO. 73 OHIO LEVEE.
KNTEKKD AT TUB CAlllyl I'OrtTomCK Foil
TRANSMISSION Til IIOUOH TUB MAIt.8 AT B1CC-
ONI) CLASS ItATKS.
ITKUA.L PAPBIt OP CITY. AND COCNTt
Wo ar.' aulluirl.u 1 to anuniiuw th it H. A.
WILHANKS. nf JolTcirniMi cnntily, l a citnlliliitu
for :M oftliu At -Halo Court in tho Koiirili
livli hi if lliinnK autijuct to Urn ilednion of a
cu vuui ion iiftliu Dionoenitic piirly
We ro anllioriK'id to niinoiiU'O Ihu name of
M Al.TKi; vvaKhKK b a ciiniliiln'o for tnu ollice.
of Coioi:y Juil'u of Alexuudcr dmiily.
We arc aiithorUml lo announce .luntico JOHN
II. ICOHINSO ait u Indcpi'mleiil candidal!) for
County J jilu ut Hit' coining Novum 'iu.- electiim.
Mmj WDM ITEMS.
Notuv lii tint column, ciirlit rent pr linn for
font suit Ave chuu put li.it ci,li u',h.4uui,1
llnii. for oiio wiek. H'Jconln per line i ur m.i
ri'Oiitb.dOcenta per lino.
Out of tho lire, cor. t" 8 ' h ami Levee, my
ice house nnd ollice is at iirescnt a ' tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, V
tweeu 8th atui Uth streets. Orders will lo
filled BaUlO ah usual, hoth wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
The assessor's hooks for the present year
having been completed, nil parties inter
csicd will please take notice that tilt) com
missioners will meet on ucxt Monday, the
24th, tipt'XJiiiine and hear all oliji.-ctiona to
the same. lit Sam I. J. Humm,
Caiho, July 21st, 1883. County Clerk.
Real Estate at Auction!
lyirs it 10 auu 10 uiock el (neing ou
south side of Cross street we 4 of Washing.
ton) and lots 1 and 2 block 40, First addit
ion, (being cm Poplar, corner of Twenty -seventh
street) will benil'ercd for sale to the
highest bidder tor cash on Thursday July
27, 1882 at 3 o'clock, p. in. Title perfect.
Olmstead & Wi.VTKit, Auctioneers.
M. J. IJowi.kv, Ituul Estate Agent.
three flrst-cUss tinners. No other need
apply; 13.50 and $i 75 per day, and steady
employment. Apply ut once to
F. S. Pettit
P. 0. U. 10(1, Denison, Tex.
Foil Sale-A house and lot in 'Villa
llidge, convenieut to the depot. Apply at
John Cheek, at store of Itittenhouso & Bro.
SumrthT Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad bus now on
Bale excursion tickets to all the principal
summer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; als-i, Denver, Pueblo,
Toronto and Niagara Fulls. lilies low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Notice toConsuniiMS of Ice.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all parts of the city. I
have also an ice box on Eighth street at J.
Walters' and at my olliue on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may be left. A share of your bus
iness is solicited anil orders will receive
prompt and curelul attention.
(J ICO. W. Sl'iCNCK.
J. S. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at tair prices. Orders i
postal promptly attended to. No. 2 Win
ter's row. if
Receipt books, Cairo date line, perfora
ted stub, suited to any business, nmnul'ac.
tured and tor Hale at the Cairo iiulleiin
Spnwt'N lietail lec Box.
Coiisuuicis of ice are notified that for
their convenience 1 have built a large lee
box on Eighth street in CundilpK store w here
ice in anv iuautity can at nil times be ob
tained. My customers will reiiieinber that
their tickets will be punched at this stand
just the sum; as by drivetsof wngons. If.
To Kdilruit Conl rartoi.s.
Proposals will be received until Friday
August 18lh, at 12 in., for the clearing,
grubbing griding and bridging
of the Yazoo fc Mississippi
Valley It. U. from Jackson, Missis
Bippi to Yh.mi City distance about 45
iniluB. Spec i lie at ions, maps, pbuiH and pro
files of .the work can be seen on and alter
July 20th, at the ollicii of the company's
Engineer, Cupt. II. P. Farrar, at Jackson,
Mississippi. The work will be divided in
sections of about five miles, and contractors
may bid for one or moie sections.
This is very desirable work, and worth
the attention of contractors. 15ids should
be addressed to the undersized at the coni
pany'B office at Jacliwin, Mississippi. The
right is reserved to reject any or all bids.
Jas, C. Ci.aiikk,
Jackson, Mississippi July 5th 1882.
Hotliers! Mothers!! Mothers!!!
Are you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a (tick child Buffering and
crying with the excruciating pain uf cutting
toetht If so, go at onco and get a bottle of
Mrs. winsiow'B Soothing Byrup. It will
relievo the poor little sufferer immediately
--depend upon it; there is no mistake
bdouih. l here Is not a mother on earth
who has cvtr used It who will not tell vou
at once that it will regulate the bowels,
and pivo rest to the mother, and relief and
health to the child, operating like mapic.
It ii perfectly safe to use in all cases, ami
ploaiiant to the taste, and is the nrescrio.
tion of one of thu oldest and best female
phyiicians and nurses In the United Slates.
Hold everywhere. 23 ceuti a bottle.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In theae coinmnn, tun conts pet line
tacn tnaeruon. iaiKwi
Tho Virginia. Trio aro making a big
hit at thu Coniiipio every night this week
Tho machinery in dipt. W. P. Halll
day's new saw mills is being put in place
by Engineer J. O. Smith.
Senator Hill's physicians hive pro-
ncunced his caso hopeless, though he may
live and suffer for some time yet.
Mr. A. Hally has bought tho house and
stock of Mr. Frank Warren, at the corner of
Eighteenth street and Commercial nvenu
and will refit and restock the house.
C!ar Hons and Halliu Carroll were
each fined ten dollars and costs by Mag
istrate Comings yesterday for being inmates
of bad houses. They were jailed in de
fault of payment of the flue.
Some of the fancy g.sids in the s''ow
window of Mrs. 8. Williamsou' store caught
fire last evening and everything in tho win-
low whs destroyed, but no further damage
was done by the fire.
Prof. Thorp, thi! celebrated vocalist,-or
ganist and elocutionist, and his vife, the
powerful contraltoi.-d, will sing ot Hart
man's hall on Monday night. Tho pro
gramme is at hand and we pronounce it
Tho entrance to Tun Hum.ktin news
and editorial rooirs is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to job office is closed
after seven p. in. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
Yellow fever items are becoming un
pleasantly frequent in the dispatches. Since
warm weather set in, sixty-four ship cap
tains have died with the scourge in Cuban
port!1, and other ship arrived at Philadel
phia yesterday with fever on board.
Astounding as it may seem, the victims
of the toy pistol in the vicinity of Huston
since the 4Mi are said to amount to for!y.
And yet, the catalogue is probably not com
plete. Will any true parent ever permit a
child to toy with these weapons any more?
All person having auy objections tJ
make to the assessor's books which are now
ready for presentation to tho board ol coun
ty commissioners, must make them known
to tho board at its meeting Monday, as tho
books will then presented to tho board.
See notice of County Clerk S. J. Iluinin in
Officer St. John, uf St. Louis, came to
Cairo Thursday in responce to a notice
from Circuit Clerk Irvin that the negro
murderer Sims had boon captured nnd was
in custody here. Yesterday morning Mr.
Irviu, who, with the assistance of Officer
Shcehan, arrested Sims, turned the prisoner
over to Officer St. John who left on the
ttbort Line train.
Prof, and Mi s. Thorp, uf Philadelphia,
are in our city. They stand pre-eminent
among the vocalists of the east, nnd the
music-loving people of onr city will be
tendered a rich treat, on Monday evening
next, by the able artists at Ilartman's hall.
Tickets 50 cents for sale at Ilartman's. 2r.
Dr. Kuich is in Washington to secure
an appropriation sutlicicnt to allow the na
tional board of health to continue its work
of checking the spread of possible epidemics.
The refusal to grant a sufficient appropria
tion for the purpose has been an act of the
present congress severely criticised, and
Another Democrat bus been ousted
from bis seat in the federal house and a
Republican seated in his stead. Tillman
is tho iiaineuf the victim, Smalls is the
name of the negro ex-convict who suc
ceeded bitn. Through the false footing up
of the clerk and an assumption of power by
the speaker, the robbery was consummated.
Even so extreme a partisan as Calkins
refused to be a party to the villainy.
To carry out the Hubbell political as
sessment theory the Itep.ihlicau congress
ional committee should call for two per
cent, ol tlft- pay of cyery pensioner in tho
I'nited States. Two per cent, on $100,000,.
000 might help an unprincipled Republican
committee very materially. Certainly if
cooks at Indian schools are made to con
tribute to the Republican fund, pensioners
should be brought to timu also.
-A colored voter of Metropolis writing
to the, Chronicle Sentinel of that town, says
"the day when a colored man can bo sold
has passed and gone." Pshaw I There are
hundreds of affidavits on file in this city
which set forth that the affiants, all colored
men, were bought nii'l sold liku any mer
chandise during the late Republican prim
aries here. And the buyers and sellers were
Republicans, too, nnd the price paid ranged
from a swallow of cheap whiskey to ten
-On the 15th, 10th, and 17th of next
month, Aiigiul, tho Paducah racing associ
ation will give a series uf important races
in which some of tho best animals in this
part of tho country will take part. Fifteen
hundred dollars are put up in purses of
from fifteen to a hundred nnd Boventy-fivo
dollars each. An interesting tournament
in which some of Cairo's favorite riders
will toko part, has also been arranged for.
Paducah Iibh a good ono mile track and
other accommodations. 1
Elsewhere appears a card from Mr.
Geo. E. O'llara announcing that ho has sold
his interest in tho Phcenix Drug Flore to
Mr. Harry Schuli, for many years tho faith
ful and gentlemanly clerk in tho drug
nouso of Mr. Paul U. Bchuh. In the trans
for of tho Phoenix Drug Storo Mr. O'llara
retires from a prosperous business which
has been built up through his energy and
closo application to business. In his busi-
ness Mr. O'llara enjoyed tho confidence of
the public and Mr. Schuh who succeeds
him certainly merits a contiuuiinco of tlio
success wliicluhis predecessor lias had.
Mr. A. J. Carle, and son Frank, who
were both out trailing tho old ICentuckiau
who hired a horso from Mr. Carlo's livery
stable on Friday and failed to return at
the appointed hour, came back Thursday
without having accomplished their purpose,
They found traces of the old man nnd horse
in Missouri, near Commercial Point and on
thu road leading from there to Cape Girar
deau; but they 1 st trace of him entirely
when within about three miles of tho Cape.
It is believed now by Mr. Carlo that tlio
man is a professional horse thiet. Cards
describing tho man and horse, and offering
a reward of sixty-five dollars have been
scattered throughout the country through
which the refugee is known to have trav
In other internal rcvenuo districts the
selection or recommendation of tho collec
tor is usually left with tho congressmen of
the congressional districts composing such
internal revenue district. Iu this district
this privilege is taken out of tho bands of
the congressmen, except ouo, and usurped
by the senator and others. " Tho reasou is
obvious. In this revenue diatrlct thero nra
three congressmen, Thomas, Townshend
and Morrisson. Tho two last named are
Democrats who would insist upon thu ap
pointment ot a scrupulous man of the pooplo
and for the people, which would be just tho
opposite of what the Republican bosses do-
sire they want a politician of the pol
iticians, who will wot scruple to further
the interests of his masters even at tlio
sacrifice, (if sacrifice it be) of J!is honesty.
Thursday's Paducah News says: "Mr.
Dick I toon e and Miss Annie Lee, step-
laughter of Mr. Nat. Webb, left tho city
this morning lor Cairo, tho home uf Miss
Lee's brother, Mr. George Lee, where they
will be married this evening and continue
their way to St. Louis on a bridal tour.
This marriage will be tho result of a long
courtship, and it is to bo hoped will prove
as happy as the friends of tho couple de-
sire. mt. lioone is a wormy ana sicuoy
gentleman and Mis9 Lee a charming and
respected lady. They are well mated and
in their new life have the News best wishes
for long life and nn unalloyed happiness."
The young couple must have been very
quietly wedded, for their presence here and
tho object thereof did not become known
to the newspaper fraternity of thu city.
Bud Rrannon, William Cook, Louis
Jones, Sallie Hard, llattio Bjwers and
Sallie Carroll aro the names of a company
uf characters who have mado themselves
disgracefully conspicuous iu this neighbor
hood during the last lew days. The men
are known to be common gamblers who,
together with others, some of whom lay
claim to respectable citizenship hero (but
whose claim in that respect is open to se
rious doubt) have been making the saloon
ot Sam Stewart, at tho comer
of Fourth street and Commercial avenue,
their regular haunt and given it the name of
being nothing butacommon gambling bell
of the worst kind. A few days a;;o the men
named, together with two of the women
who are, of course, of the notorious kind,
went to Sandusky in this county, attended
the danco and barbecue there and behaved
as might have been expected of such dis-io-lute
characters, in a bol l, indeceut manner.
Officers Martin and Mahanny, who were
also there, ordered them from the dancing
lloor and away from, the grounds
with which order, after some
fiuitless protests, they complied.
They returned to Cairo after their day's
and night's disgraceful debauch, and yester
day the officers named obtained warrants
for their arrest intending to prosecute them
under thu laws against gamblers and
vagrants. Hut it appears that the prema
ture warning given the men by a little item
in Thursday's Argus, enabled them to elude
the officers, and they left or hid and could
not be found yesterday when tho warrants
were to be served. The officers have o
good caso against them, but if they are
gone and will stay away, the city is to bo
congratulated. They are men of the vilest
character. Abandoned to all the lowest
instincts of their bestial natures, they aro
bold and shameless and ready at all times
to betray or rob the innocent and the weak.
Their several companioni w ho remain here,
who dress well, talk much, but do nothing
and imagine that their outward gentle
manly behavior is a successlul blind to tho
public eye, aro deceiving themselves. They
nro thu boon companions of tho gang of
scoundrels named, they share in nil the
villainies and iu tho gains thereof, they
"have been haunting tho same den and aro
known to be equally guilty. As for Stewart's
saloon which has long been tho resort for
professional gamblers and ot her violators of
tho law, it would seem that it is a proper
subject upon which to exercise tho power
placed by the council into tho mayor's
hands Bomo timo ago, i. 0. that ho may
revoke tlio license of any saloon iu which
he has reason to believe gambling is per
tP tl... 1... -1 .
v4 wo t,uaiiu,it:r oi l avey, the new
colloctor ot iutornal rovonuo for this dis
trict for whom Col. Willis had to make
room In order that harmony might bo
restored and Kauni's and Logan's and
Thomas' political intcrosts conserved, one
can easily judgo whon it is known that he
is tho loader of a Republican ring in Mount
Vernon which has hold high carnival at tlio
pooplo's expense for a number of years,
and was recently brought intoodorous pub
lic notice by tho Mount Vernon News, an
honest, wide-wake, Democratic journal,
which exposed the frauds which tlio Re
publican county collector, named Lindly,
had porpotrat id. Liudly had appropriated
tho county's money to tho amount of thou
sands of dollars, nnd he had
been enabled to do this without detection
by innumerable other violations of law,
such as failing to make periodical reports,
or to make settlements with the county, or
to flic sworn statements, or pay over to the
state treasurer the collected taxes on hand
and to filo tho proper certificates with the
state auditor, etc., etc., for all of which vio
lations he is liable to fines aggregating
flO.OOO.OO, and to the peniten
tiary for upwards of fifteen years, if moder
ate penalties for each violation were in
flicted. Tho News brought all theso f&c a
to light. Lindly was sued and was com
pelled to pay over to the county treasurer
more than three thousand dollars with in
terest, which lie had wrongfully "with
hold. " Rut while Lindly was in tho midst
of his filchings from the public mouejs nn
examining board was appointed, mid
Mr. Pavey was a member of that
board. The board made a thorough ex
Hininitiou of the collector's books, which,
ns tho News also proved by publishing cor
rect extracts, were "doctored" iu the iuo.-.t
shameUs manner, plainly showing, by
wrong additions, wrong entries, erasures
and interlineations, that heavy frauds Jiad
been perpetrated by the keeper, and that
bold efforts had been made to hide the
crookedness and make tho robbery per
manent. These frauds were readily dis
covered in a single glance over the accounts
by the editor of the News, but Mr. Pavcy's
investigating committee had, so far as the
public ever knew, found nothing wroir.
The inevitable conclusion is, of couise,
that Pavcy's committee was a set of old
bats who see least when the fraud is mobt
glaring, or that they becainy parties to tho
crime of which Lindly was fiually con
victed. In cither caso Pavey who was at
the head of the committee, or any other
member of that body of whitewashes, is
entirely unfit to occupy any office of profit
and trust anywhere, least of b11 in the pub
lic Berviee. Col. Willi was a faithful of
ficer. Republicans nnd Democrats alike
agree in this. His report to tho govern
ment was always satisfactory and generally
much more so than that uf any other of the
collectors. Rut all this does not save him
is no recommendation to him. Tho peo
ple's interests would demand his retention
or the appointment of ono of his faithful
deputies, but the people's interests go for
naught. Raum's, and Logan's and Thomas'
interests demand bis removal and the inst il
lation in his stead of a man of a notoriously
doubtful character. Tho honest man who
would servo tho people must give way to
the companion and dupe of thieves who
w ill set vo the party bosses, and this is what
you cail Republican principle, Republican
civil service reform. What a trav
esty on honesty and common decency!
I have this day sold my drug stock to
Mr. Harry W. Schuh, who will continue
the business at the. same place.
Thanking my friends for their liberal
patronage, I bespeak for Mr. Schuh a con
tinuance of the same.
I desire an immediate settlement of all
accounts due me. Gko. E. O IIaiia.
Cairo, July l'Jth, 1882.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Democratic voters of Alexander
county aro requested to assemble at the
Arab engine house, in Cairo, Wednesday,
July 2(ith, 1882, at 3 o'clock p. in. for the
purpose of selecting delegates to tho state
and congressional conventions, also to select
delegates to attend the convention to nomi
nate a candidate for clerk of tho appellate
court. Tnos. W. Siiiki.ds, Chairman.
H. F. Hi.akk, Secretary.
Cairo, III., July 20th, 1882.
Marshal John Bryant, of Columbus,
passed through hero Thursday enroulo for
Charleston, Mo., to get tho reward offered
by tho county authorities for tho capture of
Kilgoro. Ho is about all right ngain.
Wickliffe Tribune : "John E. Henderson
and W. II. Jackson, of Cairo, paid the Tri
bune a visit last Monday. Wo learn from
Madam Rumor that Mr. Jackson, traveling
agent for John K. Henderson & Co., will
take to himself one of Kentucky's daugh
ters in tho near future."
Cairo people generally will regret to
learn that Mr. C. T. Uudd is to depart from
us about the 1st of August to accept a pos
ition on the Chicago, St. Louis and New
Orleans railroad at Jackson, Miss. Mr.
Itudd has been connected with tho same
road iu this city for nine years and is uni
versally liked and respected. Ho was
offered several important positions, but
liked tho one at Jackson tho best, and ac
Mr. W. F. Melton, of Thobes, this coun
ty, who has boon in tho employ of the Sin
ger company here for sonio time, leaves to
day for Terro Haute, Ind., to take poBitiou
in tho piano house of J. A. Marshall.
Col. 8.S. Taylor wao quite Bick within
the lssf few days, but was belter yesterday.
Donooi.a, July, loth 1882.
Deah Rumjjtim-, jiht to suit tho Repub
lican party, the convention out. After all
tho "doggoned" unfair rulings of tho chair,
who claimed "ho had no nx to grind," his
pet, Damion.was left behind While Tub
Hum.ktin will use honorable means to do
Teat the honorable John R. Thomas, tho
Republicans of his district will see to it that
ho be elected ; but wo beg pardon, and ask
The Bn.i.KTiN to nxcuso us for saying what
we have in Mr. Thomas' favor in Its columns
It seems that, we have fallen on evil times
in tho way of accidents. Last week a Mr.
Jones, was killed in Anna, by a runaway
span of horses. On tho same day Mr. John
Mcintosh ("Piney Hills") living near Ullin
fell from his wngon, in an intoxicated c.i n
dition, and was killed. A woman in Don
gola fell and broke her arm, another fell
and received u severe injury of the shoul
der. A daughter of Mr. Ilartline, tell from
a horso and broke her thigh, and a little
girl, in Dongola, fell from a swing, and to
all human npperanco killed herself in so
doing, but al'u r awhile siio revived and is
getting well - We might continue with nc
eidcrits till we filled a column, but wo do
sist. Wowever wo will speak of the acci
dent to Dan Veible's yoko of bulls who fill,
recently, in an old well. They had been
used during the day in hauling water for a
steam thresher and in tho evening they both
with the yoke on, fell in a well. The hands,
who had been thie-bing imme
diately proceeded to dig down
to the bulls, diguing a channel
through which the unlucky bulls walked
on. This is no ''an lix" story.
Dongola now has three saloons and U'o
drug stores, and iu a short time two more
saloons will be opened. Then the revenue
from saloons alono will bo fifteen hundred
dollars. With that amount ot money uui
city da Is will make Dongola's streets and
sidewalks shine. We can have free fights
for all, and not collect any lines. This will
be Dongola's "Golden Age." Our little
boys will grow up to manhood, fully
drilled in the beautiful science of fisticuf
fing and make splendid cuinpaiiious for the
coming little girls. What a nice thing it
is to have a board of trustees who are so
vigilant in looking after the interest of the
rising generation and seeing to it that our
wealthy merchants aro net called on fur city
tnz. We sees signs ol improvement in
morals. "Shin digs" are getting to be
common, nnd our nights are made just
splendid by the clatter and bang of the
"Shin digger's" heels on the floor, accom
panied by the aplemlid "screaking" of two
fiddb s. Give us more saloons and coke out
our Sunday schools, our churches and every
other thing that tends to lower Dongola in
the scale uf morality. It is just magnificent
to see females sixty years old sailing round
in the shin dig, while church members are
going on and wondering why they were
ever so foolish as to shackle themselves
with the restraints of the church. Redeem
ing in qualities are now in the ascendency,
ami tramp murdering u thing of the rusty
LIST OK I.KTTKHS HEM At NINO CNCAf.t.KI)
KOll IN Till! 1'OSTOKKICK AT CAIIIO, ILL.,
SATURDAY, JU.Y 2l, 1882.
Don worth, Susy
Helming, Mollio F
Lee, Ferbia Ann
Beak man, Lizzie
Butsber, T W
Rut ledge, Josio 3
Smith, Roser A
Alexander, Andrew Adams, John
Hrmly, F II Holm, John
Bowcn, Riley Cannon, Jas
Conner, J V Capt Curren, J C
Charpentier. Joseph Curtis, O A Capt
t 1 1 ... . i mm
Duggan, Jas M
Ebon, Chas W
Hughes, W R
Moore, John col
O ivcr, Wm A
Pittman, C W
Perkins, J W
Daniels, J E
Goodman, A S
Matree, J H
O'Neil, llol col
Tlmtnns, Ho man
Woodson, C W
White. D IJ
Persons calling for tho above niontionod
will please say advertised.
Gko. W. McKiiAio. Postmaster.
Use Tint Camio Hum.ktin perforated
scratch-book, made of calendered jute
mmiilla, equally good for Ink or pencil. For
salo, in three sizes, at the olllce. No. 3 and
8. flvo and ten cents each by the slnglo one,
by the dozen. Hpeelul discount on grow
loll to tho trade. ,
OLM3TEAD & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Morclianfs
No. 25 Eighth Street, '
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
fJHIK CITY NATIONAL BANK.
Ol' Cairo. Illinois.
71 OUIO LKVKK
A General Nanking business
TJIOS. W. HALLUJAY.
JNTBltl'KISK SAVING HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAVINGS BASK.
THOS. V. IIAIiIjIUAY,
VAIU KTY 8TOKK.
JEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
o. o. path: ii & oo..
Cor.NiriolM)nthtre.ti Pn!t Til
Conimrcll Atoodu f lit HO, ill.
MILL AND COMJIISMON.
FLOUR, GRAIN AND HAY
HlirheBt Cajih Price Paid for Wheat.
lUXK hTATKH KST
ItKI'OUT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL JANK
at Cairo, Iu tho Slain ol Illinois, at the cloie of
July let, JU82,
Loan and dlcouiiln t 337.r,Vi OS
Overdraft 1,7S; (il
U. H. bouds to secure circula
tion . 50,000 Oi)
Other ilofks, IhiihI.- and inort-
-. Tli.lll M
Duu from approved rcni-rvi-
, nir'-nt" 1 10,4 IS 19
Due from ollifr National tiaukit 1J.IMI M
Due from btutu Imiikx and
leiiik-ra. 31.1711 V)-lM.iM 23
Id-al entatu, furnitiiru and flx-
t"r,' - - ri,:i!W 74
l.urronl eipfii.cn and taxt-a
Check and other ranh Ileum, f a.,',7') as
IHIIa of other Itankn iu,,y no
fractional paper currency,
ijirkclnaud putiuiex Iirtl 00
C.ol'l $j;,wj no
Hllviip u ;lii U.1 'IM u ui
I.ci-al Tender noten . . .' 15,uuy 00 T5.rM (W
lO'dcmpilon fund wilb t'. S.
Treaatirnr, (5 per cent, of tlr-
, culalioiO 2,'ilO 00
Due from U. 8. Treaaurcr.
othor than 5 per cent, re
demption fund a.Oll'l Ol
ToTAt ,f Tim tlii
Capital "lock paid In i im.min on
nur mi" mini Wmmhui
t'lidlvldcri I'rolltH 5,1m) 07
National hunk uoteioulKtand-
III vnl-nl ,1111 paid. 1,1 III (HI
individual dcpoHltmiiihJrct to
check $100,71(1 (HI
!)i'mant crtlnViiteaofdi'ponll, -,4,S 11 1
Hun toother National lianka, t,t -3 1
Duu to Mtulu banks and
bankers itywi 4rt,M)l tin
'I'otai tWooo :i
Mate of Illluola, county of Alexander.
I Tlw.i. u; II..III.I,,.. ..r.i... i
.. , ,i, I,,. ..."Ill,-, 01 in, ni'Min Mlllllt'll
hniik.do aolnninlv aweur (tint Ihu ahovu atateimuit
1. trim 10 oil) mini 01 my Knowu'ORe anil Duller,
, Tnos. W. lUi.uiiAr, Caidiier.
HllnNcrllliid anil flwnrli Itl linfnri, m. thla lillh fl.u
Of J II If, ISA!. M J lloWLKY.
C'OKICKIT Attest !
It II. CCNNINIHIAM, )
II, II. Caniikk. Directors,
II. I.. II a 1.1.1 j)a r.
QUARTEIIL YJItK I'OKT
0K THE CONDITION
Alexander Count)' Dank.
CAiito, li.i,., Monday, July 3rd, 1882.
I-oaiia and Discounts J82.007 8.1
Duu from other Imnk. as. lid hh
Cah, on band i,77 'ii
Ileal EstaU and furniture- ia,M7 65
Cupltal stock paid la $im 00
HurpliuandprulUs - 11, (IM !)H
Doponll 114,101 Til
Duo other bank. tti 81
tir- M 11.,,.. niuUnHl nnd 1 T .... ... ll'...l
raahler, do solumnlv swear Mint the ahovu statu-
mont 11 iruv w iu. iiuwiwitri aim uu-
lluf. F, BHOBS, l'realduiit
II. WELLS, Canhlnr.
Subscribed and sworn to horoni ma this flrd dn
Of Jmly.lBSt. ALFUEDCOM1NUH,
Jw , NoUry I'ubllc,