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CAIRO PAl&T BULLETIN, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 187.
THE BULLETIN.
. alltlss !
LOCALS OF THE WEEK.
grand'TiXlly'of the
19TH.
Our friends in all the neigh
boring towns nre earnestly
requested to como as organ
ized Greeley and Brown clubs.
The fare on the railroad
and packets will be reduced to
one-half. We intend to have
a grand rally on the 19th.
RlOlSTER.
"WiLir Jk Hixnr ell first-class good
only. 10-12-31.
S. 1). SlIACKLEFORD of Canada, WM in
tbe city yesterday.
Doctor Paul O. Sciiuh and lady ar
rived borne Sunday lait.
Tnr Umpire reports the new Red river
packst B.S. Brlevly aground on Hender
son bar.
Tat Nashville bat laid up at Paducab,
and tbe Burksville comes out in the
Evenivillo trade.
Codfish that weigh 100 lbs. at Wiley
t Bixby!. 10-12.31.
Tnr Charles Bodman brought 200
barrels of fiour for Peoria, and 95 barrels
of mois for Chicago.
To-day is registration day.
AfTiB tho adjournment ol tho Joint
session of the council, last night, the board
of aldermen held a session. The full pro
ceedings of both bodies will appear to-1 J;.,, , . ,iV "PP0
" ? That to do this properly the city
Ik order to assist in guarding against
small-pox the council last night decided
that it ii necessary that every person in
the city not already vaccinated, should be
at once attended to in the most approved
Tux creaking wheels of the slowly mov
ing garbage cart will disturb the morn
ing nap of our citizens no longer. Tho
joint high commission of our city fathers
have said ao. So mote it be.
Tin joint high are after the old half
brick and half-wooden stable In tho lot
next to J. T. Rennie's establishment.
They are resolved that it shall como down
in a peaceful, low, abiding; manner, and not
after the fashion of a deadfall.
The Paulino Carroll on leaving here
for New Orleans Sunday evening last had
100 cabin and 250 deck passengers. She
received 27 people hero and missed a
largo number by being detained at Pow
ers' island.
The annual convocation of
Cairo R. A. Chapter No. 71 will
be held at Masonic Hall, this
(Tuesday! evening. Oct. 16th 1872. for tho
election of officers. All members are ex
pected to be on hand, and visiting com
panions cordially invited.
F. Korbmeter, Sec'y.
shall be districted, and one person annoin
ted In each district to visit every family
white and colored. Tbo matter was given
into the hands of the board of health, and
a committer of three appointed to act
with them.
A butcher's team took a morning drive
by its self yesterday morning along
Washington avenue at a rapid rate. The
owner followed on foot at a respectable I ducah, Kentucky to investigate tho causes
distance. No damage. The animal evl- i of the death of Antonio Maldefassi and
Evert boat that arrives from the South
brings squads of colored people who have
been drivon away from Ofceola and the
surrounding country by the whit people,
who are enraged at the late xstritoui
conduct of thoso negro who, W by Tilt
patrlck, attempted to take and destroy the
town last Wednesday. Fitipstrkk s
party is in the swamps near the place well
armed, and threatening vengence at soon
as they shall have received sufficient re
enforcements, while tbe citizens are all
under arms anticipating an attack at any
moment. Tho whites have called for re
enforcements, which may have arrived
ere now. At last Recount! an omlnus
quiet rested over the town, liable to be
broken at any moment by tho rattlo of
musketry.
Mackerel as largo as whales at Wi
ley & Blxby's. 10-12-3t.
The coroner's jury convened nt Pa
dently had not read tbo ordinance in re
gard to fast travelling through tho streets.
Wiley & Bixby have just received a
full line of fish, consisting of mackerel,
cod fish, salt herring, smoked halibut,
salmon, etc., etc. 10-12-3t.
Before Rev. Mr. Parr can accomplish
much In hli mliilonarc work, our Metho-
Mrs. Beverly, who was in the car that ., . . . . ... . ffQ WET dowD
was smtmea on me x.. a. r. . , . th DockeU to the denth of a ne
with a bair oreauin escape. meetlnsr house for the fourth ward, and
I w
V... Cobb, one of the victims of the tbl Immediately. Step up and come
Miss Georgia West Jordan, who lost their
lives in the accident on tho Elizabethtown
and Paducab railroad at Garrison creek,
agreed upon the following verdict:
That tbe terrible disaster on tho Eliza.
bethtown and Paducah railroad at Garri
son creek trastlinp, October 10th, 1872, by
which Antonio Maldefassi and Georcia
West Jordan lo.t their lives, and other
persons were maimed and mutilated, whs
caused bv carelessness, not to say wanton
recklessness, on the part of those In charge
oi tne train, tor tne loiiowing reasons :
Tbo encineer had never been over the
road from Tennessee river to Paducah,
r P R R disaster whose lee was down brethren, and don't twist your taces and ther.foro was not awuaintod with the
E. 4 P. K- aater, wnose leg was .i.h.r grades and trestle on said road, to enable
amputated, is not expected to recover. OTer " llQ gm t0 fuiy understand when he should
Gilt edge butter, at Wiley & Bixby's ir. .rraoi. uaereia nas opened a meat
I Iji Tnnp'i vrnpmrv itnPA Ktwon Tnth
The City of Alton and City of Chester . VJmnth .rt. mhtrh h. invito
were both stuck a short time on Tbomp- fc tention of th b,ic Th of
. t f it.. illAVA 1 O
son s car, wnere iu iu " - rneaUof all kinds kept constantly on hand
Itei 01 waier. j HAliTKrArl tn nT- nrl of tho dir.
. J I " - .....
Tickets for tbe Bismarck Bund bail Market open morning and evening every
can be had of the committee of arrange- day. 10-1-tf.
mtnts only, viz : a. .meter, jAVa peach blow poutoes at Wiley &
u. iiixbt, Bixbv's. 10-12.31.
Our river editor was engaged in
The Shannon last Sunday brought 240 tnovine his laree family yesterdav which
barrels of flour for Peoria, which is part of will account for the absence of the river
a lot of 1,300 barrels that is being shipped coiumn tni, morning. We note the most
from ew Orleans. important river items that have transpired
We have for sale, a few bound volumes ince our last Issue in the local columns,
of tbeCAiRO Price Current tor October 1, but hope it may not tempt tbe 'Sun man
1B71, to October 1, 1672. Enquire at tbe to another expression of watery criticism.
Bulletin office. 10-12d2t -nr. received four dailv Cairo Bulle-
' " , , ... ., I tins by yesterdav's mail it never rains
Jcdoe Bao&s returned to the city on . . . .
Sunday morning, and will administer jus- . nl,... with tvB offi.Ar,
lice from the police court tMlay. The ofthePa4uc,h pKket to supplv us, else
ouuu go. w.lcuUi u. tuu. ,d 'KentuckW Trr
our plan, Is.n
The finance committee of our city fa
wers rtcuesiiy p m iub aau... tVvv 4 A JtMEo bfute n.med Louil Schtotitr,
redeemed scrip yesterday-all in one del- tripped ft .,ck negro - of bll
lar bills. Of course It was all right. ,iothW and drove him into the streets in
r, . ... . .......... 1
Wood for $1 00 per load at the Box raanean last wee, ana oy so comg j
... iiivnun m m m mT vn w m pnrnn m r m inrr
iactorv. lP-.Vo o a-3m. I - w. .-. - j-.-
check his speed; and from the evidence,
he was runninc tbe train at tbe time he
struck the top of the grade, about one-
naif mile Irom the trestio-work, on
down grade which is seventy feet to the
mile, at tbe rate of from seventeen to
twenty miles per hour, with tbe brakes
not on, and a snort curve just one nun
dred and ten yards from said trestllng
caused tbe truck wheels on tho back end
of the hindmost car to leave the track:
which, in all probability, it would do, at
tbe same rate of speed at any lime
Don't forget to register.
WANTED.
Immediately 500 hands to work on the
C. A. & T. K, R. Good station work at
from 18 to 25 cents jer yard. Wages
12.00 and 2.25 per day.
II. J. Deal,
Contractor, Dexter City,
10-dla
WANTED.
Tie contractors and tie rsts on tbe C. A.
& T. P.. R. at25 cis per tie. Apply u
J. H. Betho'E,
19.10.lao. CsarlHttcMo,
WANTED.
Two boot-makers. Only the very best
need apply. Fred. Wi.vterbero.
10-l5dlw.
NOTICE.
Compressed Yeast just received and for
salo at R. V. Belzner's, No. 142 Commer
cial Ave. 1010-3t
ATTENTION!
Mr. R. Jones on Commer
cial avenue, second door west
of Tenth street, is manufactur
ing Boots and Shoes of the
best material in the market
and is prepared to till all
orders on the shortest notice.
He guarantees both the work
and material ; his patterns arc
of the latest styles, and his
prices lower than any other
shop m the city. Confident
of the excellence of his work,
he invites the patronage of
the public. ,MW 3m,
$3.00 PER DAY
saved by going to John Taner's
to purchase saddles and har
ness, at his saddle store on
Washington avenue. All
kinds of repairing done on
saddles and harness, and car-
rirge painting and trimming
on short notice, in good style
by good mechanics. Call and
examine my stock, and prices
at JNo.l in Cairo.
John Taneu.
iou can buy six
and one-half lbs. Durant's
A Coffee Sugar for One Dol
lar; Seven lbs. New Orleans
Sugar for One Dollar; Best
three and one-half libs. Prime
Rio Coffee, One Dollar ; Best
Imperial Tea, One Dollar and
a half per pound ; Best Gun
powder Tea, One Dollar and
Seventy-five Cents per pound ;
Young Hyson and Oolong Tea,
One Dollar per pound, and ev
erything proportionately cheap
at WILEY & BIXBY'S.
i.j-tf
Our Homo Advertisers.
OOITOEB T
AND
OYSTER SUPPER
Kor the benefit ot the
GERMAN EMANUEL'S CHURCH
Given under the nti'piccs of tbe
GERMAN I.UTIIEHAN LAWKS' ASSO
CIATION OF CAIItO,
Titt'nsD.vv Evening, Oct. 17, 1872
u 1'ctcr Cuhl's new building. No. 60 Ohio
AdmMon, 2."et. Supper ;0 cti.
10-13-td.
NT4IVKM. TINWARE, KWV,
A. HALL E Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Home Advertisements.
STOP AND READ!
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY I
A place where you can buy as much for
a you can elsewhere for
ONE DOLLAR AND A QUARTER
Our Home Advertisers.
REGULAU CArao. PADUCAH ft EVANS
iuu, OE.MJ-WKEKLY U. S.
MAIL PACKET.
Th Fast and Elegaot lM(nfer Btmer
IDLE-WILD.
Jack Giummkr, Master.
Kd. Thomas, Clerk.
JOT Leaves Cairo for Paducah and Evans
v ile, every Thursday and Sunday evening
at 0 o'clock, connecting at Evansvllle with
the Louisville and Cincinnati packets. Ko"
freight or paMage apply to
JAMKsnioosPnMcnger Ait''.
REGULAR CAIRO, PADUCAH A EVANS
VILLE 8EMMVEKKLY PACKET.
The fine Passenger Packet
ARKANSAS BELLE.
. HOWARD ... Mi
LKV RfD!
(EsTLeavc Cairo for Paducah and Evans,
v He every Tuesday and Friday evening atC
O'clock. For rroM.t nr na..,. .....ft. I.
Imi.nl Mn - '
Mailer
Clerk
0
on
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Toil
War, Coal IIoJ, KlraShcteli, Air Oat.
kUKcricTCata or
TIN
ZINC, COPPER AND SHEE1
IRON WARE.
No. 166 Washington -avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WRoofing nattering, and all kind oflo
work doneat hottl notlc febldlf
HOW TO
KEEP WABM
NEXT WINTER,
OKT THE
E VEXING
HEATING STOVES,
THE
GREATEST WONDER!
NEW ADERT1SEMENTS
TO rPTrF 3TJ3ZXC.
.-rd;n;jr:r a Jiie la jcs- c!
PRINTER'S STOCK
Schroader was arrestd on tbe charge of
tcciTV) I of ill kind' aao dtnrouj uai oer
A vaul reliable rvjv W wort 11. tl ; ..... .n. .i..f, T.r.r.'-.
rv store of Z. asa W. Baler. Apply a:
the store. 10-12-3:.
THE MAPOFCAIP.0
ConUining tbe fifth addition to the. city
is cow at The Bcllctix oSce ready for
10-11.3t.
Block stamping done at tbe Grover be(og inltrumental in the murder of the
& Baker sewing machino rooms, Wash- unfortunate man, but the evidence wis
ington avenue. Postoffice address, not sufficient to hold him.
l0.u.lm. W GOO. Cairo, ill.. Mr" proprietor of the ; delivery to subscribers, and for sale
Central Meat Market located on Waihing-
U i a voidable circumstances have de- ton avenue 4th door below Tenth street
termined tbe Bismarck Bund to postpone Keeps the very best of meat always on
the time of holding their ball until Oc- hand, and will deliver it in any quantity
tober U8, 1872. It will then be held at from one to one thousand pounds at any
Scheel's balh time to any part of tbe city free of charge.
Bmllumt red rays of suroral light 10-Sdlm.
illuminated the northern horizon last Mr. C. Han.vy has just returned to this
evening Just after sunset. It was a most city with a stock of fall goods, which for
beautliul spectacle, a free show, and we quantity, quality, style and cheapness be
admired it. is confident has never been equalled in
. ... ; tt . .. this city. lie will offer an assortment of
Am. Libera s who wish to vote on the . .. , . . . . .
,.. . i. .j ladies dress goods, handsome prints, mus-
6tb ol November should register tc-day. ... ' . . . ,' ,
1. ' una, notions, etc., etc., at extremely low
Os of tbe barges in the tow of the figures. Call and examino, and be con-
Crescent City struck a snag in Ulrd's bend vinced. 10-13-lf.
yesterday breaking 8 timbers, but is being Mk. Oko. Steinhousk. barber and hair
repaired here and she will bo ablo to com- dresser, corner of Eighth streot and Com
plete her trip with it. mercial avonue.desires to call the attention
Fbesh oysters received dally and for of '"e bearded community to his neatly ar
WANTED
Immediately, in Chicago, 1.C00 good
brick-layers. Wages, $5 00 per day-
Apply to Room 2, Exchange building, S.
W. Cor. Clark and Washington streets,
Chicago. 10.13-t
OYSTERS I OYSTERS I
tale by tho whole or half can at Phil'
Saup's. 10-2dtf.
The Abert broko a two inch chain
trying to removo a rock heap at Capt.
Falls' place on Saturday, but tnado no
headway. She tried it again yesterday
with what success we know not.
Go to Wiley & Bixby's for choice but
ter. 10-12-3t.
Ir you wish to inauige tn a delicious
cigar, patronlte P.Saup, Commercial ave
nue If you wish good chewing or smok
ing tobacco, pipes, tobacco pouches, etc.,
go to P. Saup's popular Tobacco and
Cigar store. If
For Rent, a two-story business house,
on Commercial avenue, between Eigh
teenth and Nineteenth streets. It is wel.
adapted for Saloon and Hoarding house
Apply to Jouir IIeoarty, No, 89, Ohio
Levoo. 10-1-dtf.
The Ada Ueilman brought 200 bbls.
of Flour for the East from Williamsburg
and 1,200 for New Orleans. Williams
burg tends about 200 bbls. East every
week. Flour seems to bo going "every
which way " lately.
Till strong north wind on Sunday de
taluad many from going to church. It
bad the chill of winter in it, and we heard
a great many express the wish that they
wtrv provided with an overcoat.
Mk. AtfAXDva J .eckel, opposite The
Bulletin office, has made a cozy little
addition to hla establishment in the shape
of an oyster saloon, to which be invites
tbe attention of his friend and patrons.
Ovly one case came up for the consider
ation of tbe police magistrate yesterday.
A aaM of vagrancy which was not by any
MMM aplaJn casa and which was come
1 JtldlwJmd.
ranged saloon, and the fact that he is mas
ter of bis profession in all its branches,
Ho has boarded many a lion in bis den, and
calls for more. tf.
At wholesale and retail, stewed,
fried, broiled and baked, raw
and on the half-shell, by the
can, keg, box or barrel, at Harry Walker's
St. Nickolas restaurant on Commercial
avenue. Oysters in every style at all
hours day and night. Henry Mycr pre
sides over tho culinary department. As
caterer he has no equal, and Harry's
customers can always be assured of a
warm meal at any hour of the day or
night, that will meet tho requirements
and please tbo tasto of tho most fastidi
ous. 10-lstf.
At the annual meeting of tho Alexan
dor County Bible Society which was held
at the M. E. Church last Sunday evening
the following officers wore elected for tbo
ensuing year:
President, Rev. II. B: Thayer; Vice
Presidents, J. S. Davis, Casper Yost, J.
W. Stewart ; Secretary, L. W. Stilwell ;
Treasurer, M.S. Cox.
Board of Directors, P. W. Barclay, J. U.
Metcalf, J. B.Reed.
Louis Blattkau, whom everybody
knows, and who is tho friend of every
body, is now fully installed in bis new
quarters, on Eighth street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues. He of.
fers to the public the best St. Louis beer
the choicest brands of wine and the purest
liquors to tie round in tbo city, and hopes
that these, civil treatment and a cordial
reception, will Insure to him a generous
share of public patronago. Como and
see Louis in his new homo. Ho has a wel
come for everybody, and for you, reader.
. it.. i
curuiai one.
Mus. Anna Lano, Eighth street be
tween Commercial and Washington ave
nues, hasjust received a large and varied
stock of fall goods, and desires to call par
tlcular attention to ber handsome assort
inent of ladies' and children's underwear,
something new in this market. Her
woolen drawers and leggins combined aro
also something new and tbe most comfort
able thing for children In cold weather
ever devised. Mrs. Lang also has a wel
selected assortment of hats, bonnets, rib
bons, flowers, and notions of all sorts, all
of which will be sold as cheap ai can be
found elsewhere in thii market.
10.9.1m
we tvA it our duly to cutt a
P.EDUCTION IN PORMEP. PRICES
or
THE
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO CITE X MOKE VSITOVM AND PLEASANT
HEAT. TO USE LE. WOOD, ARE MORE
CAEErULLT riTTED, ARE MORE
eamlt and ci! eaplt mounted,
are under more perfect
control, have a stronoer
DRAFT,
AND
Give better rati'laction, and sold for a
Le Price than any
.-HEET
STOVE
DISSOLUTION OF
SHIP,
COPARTNER.
Notice is hereby iivon that the co
partnership hcretoforo existing botwecn
tho undersigned and Robort A. Cunning
ham under tbo name and style of Lonergnn
Ac Cunningham, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. Tbo said Robort A.
Cunningham has nssumod all tho liabilities
of said tlrm or copartnership, and is en
titled to collect all tbo debts duo tho samo.
Dated this Uth day of October, A. D. 1872
WM. LONKROAN,
R. A. C'UNNINQHAM.
EICHIIOPP FURNITURE FACTORY
Wm. Eichboff has purchased tho intor
est of bis brothers in tbo abovo ostublish.
ment in Cairo, and is now prosecuting tho
Furnituro manufacturing businoss with
great success. He has a full stock of extra
seasoned lumber on hand, and can war
rant every articlo be manufactures. Ho
has also a full stock of litdateads, Chairs.
Tables, Bureaus, Dosks, ward robes, mat-
trosses, etc., always on band, and his prices
defy competition. Sales room at tbe fac
tory. c-25tf.
THE HIDE AND FUR TRADE.
Bolow will bo found tho corrected list
of prices by H. Levi for hides, tallow,
feathers, etc. H. Levi does a vory large
trado in his lino, and it Is a well known
fact that he always pay the highest pricos
to bo obtained in this market. He is pay.
ing for
Hides, dry flinty lb 10tol7o
Hides, green salted $ lb 8 to Die
Deer skins i lb 30 to 25c
Tallow V tb 5 to On
Feathers V tb 35 to 06c
10.8tf.
believing tint a tteady increase of buMner
will be, in equivalent.
With our long experience in bu'lne and
INCREASED FACILITIES
together with our advantage in the
purchase and felection of stock, our
cu'tomtrs mav ret assured we will try
to merit a continuance oi their very liberal
patronage. We invite your attention to the
following rebcd li-t ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
BILL HEADS
on good 14 lb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to klze peril $i MtoO 50. Korother
qualities add tue ditlcrenccin the cost ol the
paper.
STATEMENTS
on 11 Hi paper, Flat Cap or t-ainc luialitv of
Folio Post, per 1 I CwtoO 00 ; per one-half
.h ?. . 10 i w.
LETTER HEADS
per M f.'i OOto" 00, according to ize and
quality of paper; pcronu-hallM $3 (wtol 00.
NOTE HEADS
on orilinury slzo per M $1 OOtoS M, accord
lug to style and quality. Commercial per M
84 WJtoS 50.
BILLS LADING
peril, uocoriling to hlzo and weight, j.' OOto
1 00; per one-half .M, according to Mze mid
weight, :i outol 00.
1) KAY TICKETS
peril H OOtol 00, according to order.
ENVELOPES
furnlxhcd retail at wholesale prices. Charge
for printing, SI OUto-J 50 peril,
SHIPPING TAGS
of every size uud quality furnished at whole
i-ale price and printed at the very !ovct
rates.
CARDS AND TICKETS
of every description made from good Bristol
Hoard at the unusually low ratuol 82 50to5 00
per ii, acconlltg to lo and tylo.
POSTE JEl S
lull i-licct, half nlieet, quarter hhcet, eighth
hheet and Hixteenth lieet nt from (XI to
i!0 00 per il.
lly u careful examination ol the above lUt
our patrons will find that our
PBICB8 AB23 LOWER
than those nt any establishment ol the kind
ill St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago,
.a. r "v b :r, t i s i :et a-
Uusiucss men will tlnd tho Bui.lk.hn the
best advertising medium in .Southern Illinois.
IRON PARLOR
in the market. Sold bv
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
ST. I.OCIH.MO..
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
LIKE
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, Ills.
0.2Cd.tw4w
IU.U STATE JIE.NTN.
THIRTY-NINTH report of tht condition o
the Firil National Hank of Cairo, Illinois, at the
dote of buiineu October 3d, 1 072.
RESOURCES.
Iant and ditcounu I C0.21I 'Jl
Overdraft ti
u.s linat to secure circulation jw.sm 87
U. S. bondi and securities on
hand 3,aJ 03
Other stocVs. bonds and mort
gages , 10,100 00
uiic iron rcceemmg anu re
ttt agents 'JO.Kt IA
Due from other national banks... t.'ll l'J
Due from banks and bankers... OA
Real estate 1.'Jl TH
Furniture amd futures .'t,t-'l l'J
Current expenses 3,010 t'J
Cash Items, Including revenue
stamps H SO &0
Taxes paid osl i')
t ash on nana in coin 17Q 07
Currency 3j,lll li 31,0,7 41
LIABILITIES.
al,l3t 70
Cap tal itock JlOOiOO HO
i.xcnane, inierc(, prout ana loss m si
OOjOU 00
10S.I.G 30
OTTIR, WEEKLY
(sheet 20x40, 8 columns) Is furnished to sub
scrlbcM ut the low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than auy paper ever belore published In
Cairo, and new club nre coming in every
Circulation outstanding
Individual deposits
30l,i:il 70
State of Illinois. Alexander countv. ss.
1, ianici nuru, prcsiacni 01 tne rirsi .national
Hank of Cairo, do solemly swear lhal the above state
II.IIUKll, ('resident.
ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
I). 1 1 1 T nil. I',..l,lrnl.
(ubscribed and sworn to before me this 'tenth day
of October, I 72
CIIAS. CU.-SMNUHAM, NOUry I'ublic.
Correct Attest ;
II MEYERS, )
noil I'. W. MILLER, V Wrectora
U. HURO, J
REPORT of the condition or the Cily National
Hank of Cairo, at Cairo, In the state 01 Illinois at
3,160 U
lOO.OTiO 00
S',,0iO 00
3,000 78
closeof business October 3d, IS7A
II SOURCES
L"ans and discounts
Overdrafts
U s. bonds to secure circula
tion U, h. bond) on hand
Other stocks, bonds and i ort
gages Due from redeeming and re
serve agents f IM,0 (11
cue from nalional banks 31,137 2a
Due from state banks and bank-
, 21.103 01 117,300 61
Hanking house a) 0)
Other real estate 10.0H0 00 34.000 00
Curr-nl expenses j 070 63
I'ases paid 1W HO
' asn neins. inciuairg stamps.. 1,.."7 ,S
Hills of national banks 4,700 00
Fractional currency, Including
, nickels 2,327 00
.Specie, co'n ft,bO 91
Legal tender notes 21,00 00 38,520 2 )
W4,07i W
LIABILITIES.
Capital nock paid in lOo.noo 00
nurplut fund 23,000 00
lAl.lldnC , ,uw u,
literest 11.471 .19
1'rofitand loss 21,03.' 00 05,051 02
Circulation outstanding 00,000 00
Individual deposits 833,401 3u
Due 10 state uaiiks anu Dankers. 7,600 07
State of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss.
I, A II, Safford, cashier of the City Na
of Cilro, do solemnly swear tint the abov
M 4,07V! 00
tlonal Bank
above statement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
A. II. SAKHlKll Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of
II. H. CANDEE, Noury I'ublic,
Correct-Altest ;
R H. CUNNINGHAM.1!
Ov U, WILLIAMSON, Pirsstors.
The undersigned would respectfully in
form tho public that they tinve fitted their
now store bouso on Eighth street with tho
finest and best assorted stock of
general morcbandiso over before broucbt
to this market, and in order
to securo a largo portion of the patronage
of tho public,
WE A HE DKTKKMIN'ED TO SELL
OUK UOOIM AT LOWElt
FIOUKES THAN
ANY UTH EH ESTAB
LISHMENT IN THE VICINITY.
Our stock is entirely new, and
bought expressly for tho corning fall and
winter trado of this'locality, and consists
of Ladies, Gents and Children's
GOODS,
BOOTS &c SHOES,
CLOTHINa,
HATS fie CAJPS.
And all other articles to bo found in a
first class dry goods and clothing establish
ment. We call especial attention to our large
assortment of dress goods, shawls and
cloaks, which department it complete in
all its details. Our stock of
FLANNELS,
BLANKETS,
CASSAMERES,
JEANS, ETC.
is tbo largest in tbe city, and wo arc en
abled to offer special inducements to pur
chasers. In Gentlcmens' Clothing, Boots and
Shoo, Hals, Caps, and furnishing goods
we are fully prepared to meet all de-
.Iamks llmos, 1'assfngcr Air't.
REGULAR CAIRO ANp EVAN9VJJ.I.K
SKMLWEEKLY MaILTINE l'ACKOT.
The line low pressure Passenger I'ackei
W. It. PENNINGTON .Mast
t5TLeae Cairo every Wednesday ami
Saturday evening atO o'clock, for Padu ah
and Evansvllle. Kor freight or passage art
ply on board or to
m JAmeh IllGflH, Passenger Ag'l.
CAIRO AND PADUCAH
MAII. BOAT.
The splendid tr-.rner
Uick Fowlek, Captain
Leases Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted), at
4 p.m. Kor freight orpamagc apply on Loan!
or to
jan 3tf
M.. Mam.uhv, Ag't.
UAllu. ANU MOUND CITY
HTEAX Till.
CACHE
Will mavk three trips duly.
I.KAVINO CAIItO
AtT . a.m.
At II . a. 111
At 41. ,11.111
I.KAV'fi MOUND CITV
At . . a.m.
At VM p.m.
At p.m.
Kare each way. :V) cuite: 10 tlckcta lor
i'i "M. Will land, when hailed, at any goml
Intcnncdiate landing for paci-euger 01
frelghu. novltl.
n 1 set: l i.a . t:o in.
WILLIAM HAI.UELL,
Succetorto U.S. Harrell.
DCALCR IN
FURNITURE, BEDDING
AND
mands at prices defying competition. As GENERAL HOUSE FURNISHING
it is to tbo interest of every ono to buy , GOODS.
whero goods aro cheapen and bct I
we cordially invite the public
Thornton's IJIock 10th street bet. Commer
clal and Washington Avenues.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
to call and examine our stock before pur , S-d&wtf.
chasing elsewhere.
Our establishment is located on tbe east t
side of Eighth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues.
Blum & Amson.
millim eh r.
MRS. M. S WANDER,
IN THE
ATHENEUM BUILDING
bst opened out aa titentlre stock of
MILLINERY GOODS
All ot which are rntlrelr new and of the Terr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THEbTOCK COM PHIS EH
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWERS,
Anil an elegant Mortmnt of
LACED, 7KIN0KB, KID OLOVXS, I10MEKY
ml all articles usually kept in a flrit-clus mil
linery Horn.
M'. Kwaniltr Invites thf puMic to call nd 'r.
pe:t her utock, vrhieh she will take pleasure to
liuwing In ol't u well m new cm loir em.
MRS. McGEE,
On Elfthth Street, Lelween Commercial and Wash
HKlou ATtnuen, is dailr recelf ln
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
nr Tin
LATEST bTRINO AND 8UMMEH HTYLEB
Ueni'ies a lull line of
BOWITETB &c HATS
TrimmcJ and untrimmed,
rllENCU KI.OWER8, RIUUUN3, TKIMMINGS
of all kinds, Lacea, etc., etc.
Mrs. McGee h also a large assortment o
Knncjr Articles, euch as
NECK Tl.a, COLLARS. UNDERSLKEVE3,
KUKrTJ, HASHES, FANS,
And all other articles uiualljr lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcflte, in adilitlon to litr stock of Fancy
nd Milliner; HnoJ, has a One and complete as.
ortment ot Cincinnati Curtom Msvle Ladlee
nd Misses' Hlioea and Chililrens' Hoots, Ulack
nd In Colors. These are acknowledged to he
tne Hnest and best shoe in the market, ar.d this
the only place in the city that rnke them a
S-tcially.
HOOT ANU ftllOE HTOKE.
105 Commercial Avo., noar Athonoum,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Missea' and Children'! Gaiters and
Shoes.
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which tboy sell at tho
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call AMD EXAWIVB.
PARKER & BLAKE,
C.I11.III IS)
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Pullr, Bcssalne, Uasssollae.
WI3ST3DO-W 3-LASS.
WINDOW HUADE3,
And the celebrated illuminating
AURORA OIL.
Dtt039' UDILDINn, CCE 11TII-8T. COM J
KEUCIAI. AV.,
Cairo, .... Ilinou.
tf
LIME I CEMENT I
JAMESROSS,
1)11 LIU IK
CAVE GIRARDEAU AND ILLIlNO.
Conimercial-av., Foot of Eleventh-Bt.
Dost qualitv of Limo and Cement al
ways on hand, and fur sale at tho
very lcvest figures for cash.
WAGv
MANUFACTORY.
For Salo at Wholesale o RcUil
CORNER 32D-HTRKET AND OHIO I.KVEss
Cairo, Illitiois.
noTlltl
P. 04HBI.K
DANIEL LAM PERT,
FASHIONABLE BARBER
FOR LADIES, 1MKN AND CHILDREN,
EtOHTii St., IIt. Com. & Wabu.,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Hun Just opened u nesv and stylish estab
lishment, fully up to tho times, and invites
old customer and new, ladles, children and
all, to fuvor him with their patronage.
CSTAH work done in the Latest Style.
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
r. Hi BEXFOKD, .... Proprietor
Cor. Ohio Levee & Second St.
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
dTHaggagc conveyed to and from Ie
pot tree. dec-9 tf.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING- AND MARBLING
0! every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in every style, plain and ornamental.'
Vart&r attention paid to Glass Glldlne
Orders solicited for Scenery, Freiuoe and
fancy'glass show cards
Gilt, plain and ornamental, All woik lit.
trusted to ray care will be promptly at
tended to. Shop In Perry Bouse, coiner 1
Commercial avenue and ElfhUi itrtet.
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