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THE DAILY OAIItO BULLETIN: SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 23 1882.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
OFFICE: NO. 7U OHIO LEVEE.
EN'TEUEl) AT TUB CAIUO 1USTOKKICK FOK
TUANUMISSION THUOinm THK MAILS AT PliC
OND CLASS HATES.
OFWIAL. PAPER OP CITY AND COCNTT
AN NOUN CKM K NTS.
We are authorized to anneunee Iliat H. A. I).
WIl.hUNKS, of Jefferson county, l a candidate
forUi'fKoftlio Appillato Court ill the Fourth
Division of Illinois, s object to the decision of a
csuventlon of tho Democratic party
Wo am authorl.ed to annoiinco tho name of
WALTElt WAltDKIt as a candidate for tliu oillcn
ol 'County Judge of Alexander County.
We urn authorised to atinounro Justice JOHN
II. IIOB1NSON as an Independent candidate for
County Judc at the coining Novemner election.
SPECIAL LOCAL 1TE3I8.
Notices In thin column, ulgnl cents per lino for
(Ireland flva ceuta per line each iihuiuent luser
tion. For one week, SO couta per lluo. tor one
n onib, ou ceuta per line.
On Monday, July 24th at 9 ) o'clock a.m.
H. II. Good, implements ami chickens be
longing to M. B.Wiley, will bi) offered at
auction at tho Orphan Asylum building, on
2rth and Poplar ets. Street cttrs run with
in 200 yards of homo.
Olmktkd & Wistkh,
Out of tho tire, cor. of 8th and Levee, my
ice house and ollice is ut present t tho
City Brewery, on Washington avenue, e
tween Sth and Oth streets." Orders will be
filled sauid as usual, both wholesale and
retail. Wagons supply regularly every day.
Tho assessor's books for. the present year
having loeu completed, all parties inter
ested will please take notice that the com
missioners will meet on next Monday, the
24th, to examine and hear all objections to
the same." 2t Sam'i.J. Hcmm,
C'aiiio, July 21st, 1882. County Clerk.
Ileal Kstate at Auction!
Lots 14 15 and Hi block bl (being on
south side of Cross street west of Washing
ton) and lots 1 and 3 block 40, First addit
ion, (being on Poplar, corner of Twenty -seventh
street) will he offered for sale to the
highest bidder for cash on Thursday July
27, 1882 at a o'clock, p. ru. Title perfect.
Olmstkad & WiSTBii, Auctioneers.
M.J. Howlev, Heal Estate Agent.
three first class tinners. No other need
apply; If 2. 50 and $2.75 per day, ami steady
employment. Apply at once to
F. 8. Putt it
P. O. 15. 10(5, Denisou, Tex.
Fou Sams A. house an I lot in Villa
Hidge, convenient to the depot. Apply at
John Cheek, at store of Hitteuhousu fc Hro.
Summer Excursion Tickets.
The Illinois Central railroad has now on
salts excursion tickets to all the principal
Bummer resorts in Wisconsin, Iowa, Min
nesota and Michigan; also, Denver, I'tieblo,
Toronto and Niagara Falls, ltvtcs low.
Call or address J. II. Jones, Ticket Agent,
Cairo, for excursion guides.
A. II. Hanson, General Passenger Agent.
Notii'u totlousiuiicrs of Ire.
My wagons will run through the season
delivering ice to all purls ol the city.
have also an ice box on Eighth utreet t J
Walters' and at my ollice on Tenth street,
at C. W. Wheeler's wood yard where
orders may bo left. A share of your bus
Iness is solicited and orders will receive
prompt and carelul attention,
(ll.o. W. Sl'KNt'E.
J. 8. Hawkins is prepared to pump out
cisterns and repair them or build new ones
promptly and at fair puces. Orders by
Initial promptly attended to, No. 2 Whi
ter' row. tf
Heceipt books, Cairo dale line, perfora'
ted stub, suited to any hiiMiH'sx, manufac
tured and for Bale at the Cairo IJuIletiu
KproH.t'H Retail lee liox.
CViUbumnis of ice are notified that for
their convenience I have built a large Ice
box on Eighth street in Cundill' s stole where
ice in arjv quantity can at all tim-V be ob
Uiud. My customers will n-incmhrr that
their tickets will be punt lied at litis aland
juit tli htu at by drivers of wagoim. tf.
L') Tim Caiiw Jii i.i.kii.n perforated
hcratch lx.k, mad of raletiilered 'pile
maniiia, equally ki tor ink or p.-ncil. For
sale, in three Hi.es. at the ollic.. Nil. 'J Mtwl
3. five and ten cents each by the single t.ne,
by the dozen. Special discount on iifm
Mother! Mother !! Mothers!!!
Are you diaturlM'd at night and broken
oi your rest by a lck rhild Buffering and
crying with the excruciating pain of cutting
titl If nit go at once and get a Utile of
jura. niniuowsnoothiiigHyrup. It will
relieve me poor little ttulleier immediately
uei)ena upon n; more is no mistake
alwut it. There is unt a mother on earth
who has evtr used It. who will not tell voti
fr ...IMA fl.U t. ...111 I . .. . .
at iniiv milk ll will regulate I III.) llOWelH
ana five rem tome mother, and relief am
health to tho child, operatiiur liku main..
It is perfectly safe to use iu all cusea, ani
pleasant, to me taste. and Is the present
tion of one of the' oldest and beitt female
physicians and nurses in the LniU il states.
bold everywhere. S3 cents a bottle.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In these coinmui, ion cent pat Una,
etch Insertion. Mark od
Mr. King's Garden will bo open to
night and then close until he returns from
St. Louis. It.
Prof. Thorp, tho favorite vocalist, organ
ist and elocutionist Monday night at Hart
man's hall. It.
Senator Hill has signed his last will
and testament, and is cnliuly awaiting tho
Hon. W. M. Springer, of Tazcwel
county has been renominated by the Demo
crats for congressman from tho Thirteenth
Tho late earthquake was so severe in
some places that much damage to property
was tho result. Iu tho city of Mexico
many good houses were thrown down.
Col. Willis served as collector of this
internal revenue district for fourteen years,
having been appointed by Oraut in his first
Kuv. J. II. Hooper of Hickman, Ky.,will
preach in tho Haptist church this inoruing
at the usual hours. Sunday school at 9:!10
in the morning.
Miss Fanny Parnell, sister of tho dis
tinguished member of tho British Parlia
ment, died suddenly iu Brooklyn, N. Y.,
Mrs. Scoville has announced her inten
tion of contesting Ouiteau's will. That un
fortunate woman will probably die when
she loses her last grip on notoriety.
Mr. King will run an excursion to St.
Louis July 31st. Two diys in St. Louis,
round trip only $3,00. It.
Chicago Clothing House nine play a
game of base bail with a picked nine of this
city this afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock on Twenty-ninth
street grounds. Street cars ruu
through to Twenty-eighth street to-day.
The entrance to The Bulletin news
and editorial roou's is on Railroad street.
The front entrance to j-ib office is closed
after seven p. m. Visitors will always find
the Railroad street entrance open. tf
News from Washington yesterday stat
ed that Mr. Pavy hid been nominated as
Col. Willis' successor, and now only awaits
confirmation, w hich is only a question of a
few hours' tini".
Wo blush becomingly as we reproduce
the followiug from the DuQuoin Tribune;
"Cairo's new Opera Hotiso is oue of the
nicest and best arranged institutions of its
kind in tho state."
Mrs, Lincoln's estate is valued at seventh-four
thousand do'lars. During her
residence in Europe she lived beyond her in
come but after her return to the United
States she lived within it and uaved some
Anibi Pasha has cut a canal to deprive
Alexandria of water iu the hope, of driving
the English into a strait. Arabi Pasha ap
pears ignorant of tho proud trait of the
Anglo-Saxon race which make it ignore
water when there is anything tlso to drink.
An evening of Grand Concert com-
prising choice vocal selections o! a classical
and Bcutimental nature alsochoico gems of
literature goto make up tho programme ar
rangep for Prof, and Mrs. Thorp's concert
at Htrtman'a hall Monday evening. It
-Tiik Bulletin acknowledges with
thanks tho rociept from Secretary of State
Dement ot volumes 1,2,3 and 4 of legisla
tive repot ts 1831, and senuto and house
journal and laws of the special session of
tho legislature, 1882.
A meeting of citizens will bo held at
tho Hibernian engine house this afternoon
for the purpose of devising means to assist
tho SisterH of Loretto to complete their
convent. All friends of tho came are
Tho Cairo board of trade met at the
office of Mr. K. W. Miller yesterday af
ternoon aud tho most important business
transacted wus the appointment of a cum
mitteo whoso duty it is to confer with the
managers of the Cairo and Texas narrow
gauge road, and learn at what cost to tho
merchants: of this city an excursion train
could bo run ou that road from Jonosboro,
Ark., to this city. Tho committee is to re
port at the next regular mooting of tho
Tho following little editorial from tho
ohnson County Journal, Judgo Dauiron
organ, sounds a little ominous, 'tis true
but yet every vestige of dissatisfaction has
lisappcared, and the Republican hoi izon is
as clear ns a midsummer sky: "While
Judge Dauiron feels grateful to his friends
who stood by him in his campaign, ho ex
prenai s his highest indignation toward tho
political poltroons of his own county, who
insinuated themselves upon tho delegation
and defeated his nomination. As tho judyo
u not altogether a strict observer of Chrin
tian procepls wo do not look for him to
return good for evil."
-A sick man named T. I). Htnvcns was
puf ashore here by thu steamer Golden Uulo
yesterday afternoon Just before sho put cut
Irom tho wharf. Tho man had a ticket
entitling him to a deck passage from
(Ireenvillu to Memphis, but tho officers at
tho latter plscn refused to allow thu boat
to put him ashore. The man was too sick
with fever to speak yesterday, and but for
the mean manner iu which it was douo, tho
boat would not have succeeded in leaving
uitb lioro, Chief Myers took cU&rgo of tho
man and will attend to the boat on her re
turn hero. (
Thcro will bo no disseution in tho
Democratic ranks at tho next election in
this congressional district. Any ono of tho
gentlemen named will beapopulor candi
date. It is not probable any combination
will be made to nominate any ono of tho
candidates. Ootid judgment and sound
discretion ought to, and we believe will,
control tho convention. Any one of the
candidates hits enough ability to portray
tho weakness aud unfaithfulness of Con
gressman Thomas. Tiik Bulletin haB had
somo fixed amtinition stored away for him
since 1878, and which the yellow fever and
other causes have prevented us from using.
We intend to handle his record without
gloves. In all that is personal towards
Congressman Thomas wo shall continue to
be courteous and kind. But his life aud
conduct, as an attorney and as a represent
ative of this great river district, are open
for criticism, and in dealing with that
record we shall strike and Bparo not. When
a diligent Democratic candidate shall por
tray Captain Thomas as ho really is in pub
lic life, we feel confideut the people will
A shooting scrape nearly occurred at
a private boarding houso on the north side
of Fourth streot, hack of Washington ave
nue a day or two ago. A man and woman
from Kentucky arrived there Thursday and
put up for tho day. A woman living in
another houso near by saw them and
thought she recognized in tho man her tru
ant husband who had deserted her some
time ago. During the afternoon the man
showed himself at tho front door of tho
boarding house, the woman, who had been
watching tor him, saw him and became
more firmly impressed with the idea that
theinsn was her husbtnd. Sho tuad'j up
her mind to confront him and with this in
tention started for the boarding house, but
just as she stepped into the front door the
man retreated through tho back dr. This
maneuver on the part ot the man settled
the matter in the woman's mind ; she was
sure now that the man was her faithless"
husband, and his cowardly tahsvior excited
her anger. She had determined to be con
tent with giving him "a pice of her miud,"
but now nothing but gore would satisfy
her thirst for revenge. She went home,
but returned in a few moments with fury
in her eye and an ugly revolver in her hand
inteut upon putting an end to the pulpita-.
tions of a heart which had been false to her.
But before she met her intended victim,
friends interfered, explained to her that the
man was an old citizen of Billard county,
was married to the woman with him for a
number of years and was well known here
as an entirely different personage from
what she took him to be. It was a clear
case of mistaken identity which might have
ended iu a tragedy.
Captain Thomas has caused it to go
forth that he is dissatisfied with the action
of Commissioner Ihum in removing Col. J.
C. Willis; but the captaiu's indignation (?)
is feigned, it can not be real. Hi was as
much interested in any efforts to establish
harmony iu his district as was Ruti n or
Loguu. Ho must have been awaro that the
bitter opposition to him was but tho result
of a strong feeling of discontent on the part
ol office seekers against office-holdeis in
this district, aud ho has had sufficient rea
son to believe, since his nomination which
was a bare defeat of thu office-seekers, (hat
this opposition to him could only bo ap
peased by concessions. With him, as with
lUum and Logan, it wis a question of cer
tain defeat for the offices to which they
respectively aspired, or a compliance with
thedemaudsof the dissatifled bolters, by
removing some of the faithful officials
who were the innocent causes of tho distur
bance. But as Captuin Thomas' nomination
was a slap iu the faces of his opponents, so
tbo removal of Col. Willis aud tho appoint
ment of tho fellow Pavey, was a slap on tho
choeks of his friends, who lost no time in
making their outraged toolings known. The
captain found that he had occupied a posi
tion where ho would "bo damned
if ho did and damned if ho didn't,"
which is is a very uncomfortable position
for a man of the captain's aspirations to bo
in. Accordingly, having already done, or
consented that others should do (which is
about tin samo thiug) and thereby pro
sumably pacified those who would have
damned him if ho ha lu't, liu seeks to paci
fy those who damn him because he did by
simply saying that he didn't. Ho can't
evade tho responsibility so easily. Logan's
an 1 Rutin's interests wus his interest; his
Bticcess depended upon th samo condi
tions that Ilium's did; if the enforced res
lg:iation of Willis was necessary to the sue
cess of Ratlin, it was equally bo to that of
Thomas and it is foolish to say that Thorn
us would not consent to biciimco i
fiiendly official if it were necessary to his
success ut thu polls. But if thu captain
aim ;ur. luuiu and Mr, Logan imiigiuo
that tho reiiiov.il of C.iptain Willis, and tho
appointment in his stead of. thu chronic
ofllco Becker aud "whitewaslier" Pavey, has
produced the harmony desired, thny are not
acquainted with the nituies of their cou
stituents. They will find that this uct lias
only driven Irom thou the respectable port
of ttio UMpiiDiieim voters, which stood by
llMII. II flu
UH. Willisana ny i nouns In their fight
against wrong, wiulo it has not satisfied
the hungry kickers who apptit0 fr 0m
clul goro has only been sli trpenml by ihcir
tasto oi mat onno urst victim, Colloctor
Tho recent political civil war between
two factions of the Republican party in this
district was made rich and racy by the loud
praise of Thomas on tho one hand and tho
worst abuse of him on the other. One fac
tion said ho was a regular Congressional
Goliah u giant in his political influence;
the other taction said he was a Congress
man of most lilliputian proportions a mere
mamiikin compared with such Gullivers
usKaum and Louau. The Thomas faction
was boastful aud domineering; the Damron
factiou was fierce and vindictive. Tho boast
ing and domineering was successful.
Thomas was nominated. His various op
ponents went home, wondering whether
the influence of Congressman Thomas was
as great in Washington as in the Cairo Opera
House. They began to think may bo our
Representative iu Congress wss a great
man, after all. Deputy Collector Murphy
assured them of the greatness of
Congressman Thomas, who had promised
to make him collector, and relieve him of
tho necessity of writing tho word "deputy"
auy more. And the greatness of Captain
Thomas, by virtue of Jmuch hard swoaring
and many strong assertions began to be
believed such by the Damron faction. But
now (grantiug that his claim that ho is not
responsible for Willis removal is good)
the bubble is pricked 1 Not only is Collec
tor Willis removed; but the great Captain
Thomas was not even able to keep the col
lectership iu his own district! Tho despe
rate fight made by Deputy Collector Mur
phy for Captain Thomas has been of uo
avail. The weakness of our representative
in congress has been demonstrated in his
first conflict. And now that the light is
over aud Gen. Pavey is collector, Deputy
Collector Murphy will look sadly at the
scalp of Damron and Youug and Fountain
and Smyth which dangle from his belt and
exclaim, iu the language of a poet once a
resident of Cairo:
"Audtht'ie were all thene broken tblni
Were all thu prlnta the battle had."
To-morrow night the young Demo
cratic voters of Cairo are to hold a mass
meeting at tho court house. Tho object
of the meeting is not well defined; it is
easier to tay what it is not than what it is.
t is not lor the purpose of cutting and
Irying a programme by which to capture
the mass convention of Democrats ot all
ages and conditions to beheld ou Wednes
day; nor is it for tho purpose of indepen
dent action, nor for the benefit of any pres
ent or prospective candidate. As near as
can be learned the sole object is to bring
out tho young Democrats of the city, arouse
them to an appreciation of their positions
as the future rulers of tho country, induce
them to take an activo part in the cam
paigns henceforth, and, above all, to infuse
some enthusiasm into the proceedings of
the organized Democracy of this city()and
county. These objects are certainly praise
worthy and should call out tho full
strength of tho young Democracy of the
city. We want more life, more enthusiasm,
in our campaign proceedings; not of the
ligrnceful, riotous kind displayed by the
late Republican convention, but of the good
natured, harmonious kind, which calls forth
a happy shout from every throat at every
important step, which manifests itself in
glad smiles, loud huzzahs, hearty hand
shakings and, fiually a full overwhelming,
vote fairly counted. Now is the time for
voters to take an interest in public affairs,
if ever. Now, if ever, is tho time when every
voter mustgive somo thought to tho inter
ests of the county, district, state and country
at large, for now, if ever, is the time when
ho can use his influence in shaping the fu
ture administration of public affairs. When
tho campaign is over, the ballot cast and
tho voto declared, then it is too late to dis
cover mistakes and to correct them, at least
for thu time being. Whatever tho result of
an election may be, whether good or bad, is
lirertly chargeable to tho voters and com
plaints because of evil results caunot come
consistently from thoso who took no active
part in the proceedings of which the evil
against which they complain is the legiti
mate result. Therefore let there bo an
awakening of tho Democrats in this city,
county aud district; let every man womau
and child talk and prattle politics, Demo
cratic politics, during tho next few months,
aud thereby arouse every voter to activity,
bring out tho full party strength, poll a
full vote and sweep tho distracted, disor
ganized, "ham" fed, political opponents
from tho field. It takes a hard pull to de
feat tho party which is backod by every de
partment of the federal government; whose
unscrupulous leaders, from tho chairman
of the federal committee, down to ward
buuimers, are supplied with the nickles,
dimes and dollars filched and distorted from
the poorly clad, half starved, hard worked
page boys and urav hairod janitors in tho
employ of tho government; but if tho Dem
ocrats of this district will givo as hard a
pull as they can they will, with tho assist
ance of thu better class of Republicans, car
ry this district m favor of honesty and pur
ity and thu good of tho public generally.
Tho boys should havo a big meeting to-mor
row night and follow it up with others at
regular periods throughout the campaign.
What the Argus would havo published as
a "special dispatch" yesterday if alio had
"picked it up" in time, stated that Elijn
Willard, nu old citizen and banker of
Jonosboro, III,, failed, with liabilities
amounting to about two hundred thousand
dollars, twouty-flve thousand of which
was tho county'i money, deposited in the
bank by tho sheriff. Willard has been
away since Friday last week, and it is sup
posed that he has lied the country. The
bank was closed yesterday morning,
The following beautiful lines from the
pen of Mrs, Jacob Martiu appeared iu a re
cent issue of tho Index, published at Bos
Within the lieurt that feels tbo dcepenl sorrow,
The aweeteet notea of Joy fire often etlrred;
Aud tbo lla that tremble with the kaonent anguish
Are aoinutimea parted with the brightest word.
Only In tools moot aenaitlve to fevllnu
Can tli o extremes of joy and sorrow meet:
For them, lifo'a bitter cup Is more than bitter,
And life'i delight are very, very aweet.
1 hone Buffer must who give no outward token.
Hut every heart atf atnigKlo 10 reareia;
Who amother In tbelr own unhappy bosoms
All niom'rloa flllluuthem with wretchedness.
O brave, brave souls, that faint not with their
But with each trial stronger, purer grow,
'Tli aweet to bopo the compennatlon 'walta them.
Of heavenly balm, for every earthly blow.
DEMOCRATIC MASS CONVENTION.
The Democratic voters of Alexander
county are requested to assemble at the
Arab engiuo house, in Cairo, Wednesday,
July 2Gth, 1882, at U o'clock p. m. for tho
purpose of selecting delegates to the state
aud congrcH-iioual conventions, also to select
delegates to attend tho convention to nomi
nate a candidate for clerk of the appellate
court. Tuos. W. SniEi.us, Chairman.
B. F. Blake, Secretary.
Cairo, III., July 20th, 1382.
Charleston Courier: "Mrs. II. C. Mc
Gruder, who has been visiting relatives aud
friends in Cairo for several weeks, returned
home Monday morning. Clay says she
brought the premium baby with ber.
Maj.E.W. lLilliday aud Mr. L. Pine
have gono north aud east on business for
themselves and as the sub-committee of tho
sipe water committee to investigate matters
connected w ith tho water problem. They
will report to the committee .upon their
Mr. T. R. Coulan, formerly of the Iron
Mouutain road, is now division Buperintcn
dent of the Texas narrow gauge.
A NEW SUMMER RESORT.
Mention has before been made in these
columns of the existence at the old town of
Unity in this county of several Mineral
Springs whose waters were supposed to con
tain powerful curative properties. Since
this announcement Sheriff John Hodge,
who owns tho ground upon which the
Springs are, has had a sample of the water
sent to Prof. E. S. Wayne, M.D., analytical
and consulting chemist and assayer, and
United States drug inspector, at Cincinnati,
Ohio, w ho reported under date of July 17th
that tho water, independent of its valuab
mineral qualities, was as pure as any that
ever camu from tho earth. His letter of
analysis is as follows.
Cincinnati, July 17, 1882.
Mr John Uod&oa, Cairo, III :
Deah Sih I would report that I have
finished the analysis of the water sent me
for that purpose, and that I find it to con
tain the following minuial substances aud
quantity of each named below: ,
Bicarbonate of Lime 5.93(1 grains
" Magnesium.. .3 412 "
Sulphate of Lime 792 "
Soda 217 "
" Potash 1(1.' "
Chloride of Sodium 841 "
Alumina Oil "
Hi Curb. Iron 131 "
Silica 31 "
Organic matter 311 "
Total solids iu ono gallon, 11.900 grains
The water has a pleasant taste, and is
pronounced by physicians who have noted
the above analysis to bo an excellent rem
edy for many Berious troubles.
Captain Holges has sold a two-thirds
interest in tho springs to on enterprising
gentleman, who will hastcu to make some
very extensive improvements there and
make it an attractive place lor everybody
from this part of tho country in search of
health and recreation.
A Mttto EvuleiU'eof Rellueineut
is a now of well polished teeth. Pooplo of
vulgar instincts are very apt to neglect
theirs. Cleanliness demands careful atten
tion to the teeth, and experience indicates
Hozodoitt as the safest and surest means ot
retrieving their losses of boautyanri vigor.
It removes impurities upon and between
them; imparts to soft or shrivelled gums
the hardness and rosiness of coral; makes
tho breath fragrant and lends to feminino
lips nu additional charm.
A Couirli. ('old or Sore 'Hi eon r
should bo stopped. Neglect frequcntl re-
suns in an iQcuraniu jjtmg aiseasu or on
sumption. Brown's Bronchial Troches do
not disorder tho stomach like cough Byrtips
and haisams, but. act directly on tho inflam
ed parts, allaying irritation, give relief tn
Attlhma. Bronchitis. Coiii'Iim. fntmrh. and
tho Throt Troubles which Singers and
ruiilic Speakers aro subject to. For thirty
years Brown's Bronchial Troches havo been
recommended by physicians, and always
give perfect satisfaction.- Having been
tested by wide and constant use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well-merited rauk among tho few staplo
remedies of tho age. Sold at 23 cents a
We caunot helpuoticlng the liberal offer
made to all Invalids and sufferers by Dr.
Kings's New Discovery for Consumption.
You aro requested to call at George E.
O'llara's drug store, and get a trial bottle
free of cost, if you are suffering with Con
sumption, Severe Coughs, Colds, Asthma.
Bronchitis, Hay Fever, Loss of Voice.
Hoarseness, or any affection of tho throat
or lunjs. It will positively euro you. (0)
OLMSTEAI) & WINTER,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants
No. 25 Eighth Street,
Between Commercial and Washington Avs.
rjUIECITY NATIONAL BANK.
Tl OHIO LIVES.
A General Banking ItisiiiesH
TIIOS. V. 1IAI.L.IDAV.
JNTKKl'HISE SAVINO HANK.
Of Cairo, .
EXCLUSIVELY A SAYINGS BANK.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
rhe Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLI) VERY CLOSE
O. O. P ATI EH &c CO.,
Oor. Nineteenth straet ) P.iin Til
Conimercll Avenue XII.
MILL AND COMMUNION.
FLOUK, GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
KEI'OKT OK THE CONDITION
CITY NATIONAL HANK
at Cairo, In thu Stato ol Illinois, at the clone or
July lt, 1882.
I.nnii snd dlitcotmta S .i')7Vi !'
U.8. bonds to eecure circula
tion. W.flW Oil
Other itocki, bond aud uiort-
Rttlica rti.lll 28
Due from approved rm-rve
at;nla $llo,4'iS m
lluo from other National Imnl. l.'j.Ull "I
Duo from blato haulm aurt
, haukern 31,175 43-1MX0 M
Ileal estate, furniture and fli-
, turea - 'X,M 74
Current expeoiea and taxes
paid is no
Checkaaud oilier cash Items.. S'i75 vM
lllll of other Hunks iitvr.ll III
fractional paper currency,
uirkclt and pennies Xi W
(lold fJli.tiW Oo
Sliver , 8D-.Vi,.'IW (HI
Lecal Tender notes lWnw 00- 7MW W
Krdcuiptlon fund with V. S.
Treasurer, (5 per cent, of cir
Due from U. H. Treasurer,
other than 5 per cent, re
demption fund 2,0iK) O'l
Total STUi.TuO l
Capital stock paid in lm.nm no
Hurplns Fund lffi.iKKlu)
I'ndlvlded l'rodts 5,049 OT
National bank notes otitstaml-
Ina l5,0oo 00
Dividends unpaid 1.14U IK)
Individual deposits subject to
check $100,710 (Mi
DeaiandtcertlAcateaofdopoKll, lV4's "I
Due to other NAlloual banks, 2,-i:il 3)
Dun (o Ntuto hanks and
bankers !I3,0WI 70- 451.WU (1(1
Totai $7'J7,i(X) OH
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
1, 1'bos. W. Iliilllday, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement.
Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Tuos. W, Hai.i.idav, Cashier.
Huhscrlbed ami sworn to before mo this loth day
of July, ICS.'. M J.llowt.KV,
Conusor Attest !
It. TI. C'UNNtNUIIAN. )
II. 11, ('amies. Directors.
II. L. U alu hat.
QUARTERL YItE PORT
OK TIIK CONDITION
Alexander County Rank.
Caiho, III., Munday, July 3rd, 1HS4.
Loans aurt Discounts. "S? ii
Duo from other banks !L,,VI! 55
Cash, on baud ;
Heal l'-stat aud fumltiiro L1.M7 fi5
f l,11,:U8 8
CaplUt stock paid Is .WM 00
Hurplns aud proUts . ZY.
Deposits..... Ul,M 7U
Duo other bank v oi
We, F. Bmss, president, and Henry Well
raahlsr, do solemnly swear that the above stalo
mont Is ttus to th best of our knowledge and be
hof. F. BHOtitt, I'rosldent
U. WELLS, Cashier.
Subscribed and iworn to befoM m this Srd day
OT SJ, mi. ALFKKD OOM1NUN.-
Ir - NoUry Public.