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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, OCfOBERlG, 1872.
THE BULLETIN.
JOHN H. OBKKLY, Editor and Publisher.
TKKM.H OF THK DAILY llOM.KTINi
8.D?rWr'"-.vncc '.0 00
One month! by msll .
Three month" r SV
One rear . 8 00
THK DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John 11. Oberljr hu reduced the subscrlp
tlon price of the Wkkkly CAIRO Bulletin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cbeapeitpaperpubllhctlln&oiitlicm Illinois.
iron pa-smaitr,
HORACE GREELEY,
of New York ;
TOR TICC PRESIDENT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
of Mlttouri.
STATE TICKET.
FOB GOVERNOR,
OUSTAVUS KG2RNER.
FOR LIEUTENANT-GOVERNOR,
CHARLES BLACK.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
EDWARD RUMMEL.
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
DANIEL O'HARA.
TOR STATK TREASURER.
CHARLES N. LANFUIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNERAL,
JOHN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERS
GRAND DIVISION.
ULI SMITH.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
GRAND DIVISION.
DAVID A BKOWN.
FOR CLERK Or SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
GRAND DIVISION.
a A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONOJUSSS EIGHTS-NTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of ler County.
MKMDF.K DOAIID 1F RQUALIJiATION,
JOHN MBYKBS,
of B-mlolplt County.
FOR SENATOR.
JESSE WARE.
FOR REPRESENTATIVES,
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OJJERLY.
Announcements.
CIRCUIT CLERK.
Wc are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
UAIULVN ni a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander cottntr, at the emuing election in
November next.
Wo are authorized to announce H. 3. YO
Ctlil as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ni Al
exander county, at the emulm; election In
November next.
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wo are authorized to announce H. W.
WEBB, ESU-, as a candidate Cor County At
tomey, at the enminc November election.
We are authorized to announce P. H.
I'opk an a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
FOR SHERIFF.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP ar a candidate for sheriff .it the ensu
ing November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON LRYIN u a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff ot Alexauder county.
FOR CORONER.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
U. GOSSHAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, lubject to the decU
lon of the Democratic Convention
Oolcsiit fizzled at Carmi lately.
New York Is called good for a 00,000
Greeley majority.
The Carmi 1 Courier ' ot tho 12th inat.
iyi: " Owing to illness Hon. W. J. Al
' len failed to fill his appointment at this
' place yeiterday."
Ciias. O'Conor is not a fool, but ho is
undoubtedly tho most foolish wise man
now living. His hatred of Mr. Greoloy
has run away with his brains, and ho
drivels as bo rants against tho Liberal
candidate.
paoplod with ft lawless raco, glvon to rev
olution and ultorly Ignorant of that mor
ality In publlo and privato Ufa which is to
essential to tho prosperity of republican
government, but tho Amorlcan people do
not doubt thoir ability to handlo
tho people of any country, rovoluttonlzo
their habits, change thoir characteristics
by tho twist of the wrist and make, of
them good citizens. Wo havo, therofore,
no doubt any policy looking to tho acqui
sition of Moxlcan territory will bo re
ceived with favor by tho supporters of the
administration.
San Domingo will also drop Into the lap
of tho republic If Grant should be re
elected. Tho president never surrenders.
He sometimes pauses before difficulties,
and occasionally retires from tho front
of a stubborn battory, but ho is sure to re
turn to the attack and In sotno way to
accomplish success. He cares a little a
bo knows about tho constitution and
the laws. He knows what ho desires,
and ho obtains what ho desires by hook or
by crook. Ho fell back boforo tho Sum-ner-Schurz
anti-San Domingo battory,
but bo will go forward again If he shou'd
be re-elected. Ho has already flanked the
battery, and haj, placed tho gallant Sum
ner hors tie combat. Schurz still plies his
trusty weapon, but the president does not
see proper to pay much at
tention, to the missile It hurls.
He U panoplied in Indifference
and backed by a misled people who en
courage him to go on in hia choosea path
way. If elected again, San Domingo will
surely be acquired.
Well, who objects ' We do not. Love
of tho acquisition of territory is a Demo
cratic woaknoss, and wo do not believe
the Democrats would mnko wry faces
whilu taking down thu entire Western
Hemiiphoro.
WAS HE THE MAN ?
A CHICAGO MYSTEBY.
fight, forced tho Grant party to its knoes,
and can conquor It In November. Fellow
Democrats, work till November heartily
and hopefully. Tho Liberals will take
care of themselves. Let every Demo
cratic county committee got it list of those
Democrats In each township who failed to
vote last Tuosday, and direct itc efforts to
them. Bring out this laggard vote, and
the fight Is won in Ohio and the ropubllc."
The war that for a spaco did fall,
Now trebly thundering swells the gale,
And Greeley Is tho cry !
LIBERAL AND DEMOCRATIC
Simon Cameron is to succeed Fish as
secretary of stato. Simon, since the suc
cess of his late campaign of fraud in
Pennsylvania, has becamo the political
dictator of the United States, and desorves
the portfolio of the foreign office. A
corrupt administration should give the
highest office in iu gift to tho King of
the Corruptlonists
Gov. HorrMAN will break looso this
week and commence speech-making in
the interestof Greeley. If tho good-looking
and exceedingly amiablo Fondloton,
and the soured Thurman, and the persist
ently patriotic Seymour and others of that
ilk were to follow Hoffman's example and
labor for the old philosopher with hearty
good will they could gain many votes for
him. They ire not, it may be observed,
very warm in the Liberal cause.
MEXICO AND SAN DOMINGO.
The result of the late elections has
emboldened the administration to give to
the country an intimation of its proposed
futuro foreign policy, and in that intima
tion may be found considerable food tor
serious reflection.
Special telegrams from Washington,
evidently suggested by parties near tho
throne, say "the suppression of the Moil
'can disorders and cattle-stealing raids on
'the Bio Grando aro to boa prominent
'feature of tho President's next message
and It Is hinted rather than asserted that
wo will demand of our sister republic the
cession of the territory lying between tbe
Bio Grande and the Sierras.' Wu havo
no doubt this policy will be popular
with tho people. They deprecato war and
cry out against aggression, but they never
hesitate to support any policy that tends
towards the consummation of our destiny
as "the ocean bound republic." Schurz
is! Susnnor may thundor against the ac
rsjUtlion of southern territory. The poo
will If deaf to their appeals and will
' U onvlnoed. Mexico, it it true, is
3lt8 MICHIGAN AVENUE, I
CHICAGO, Bis., Oct. 11, 1372.
Editor of Bulletin, Cairo, Ills:
Dear Sir In The Bulletin ot the Sth
of October, I notice that a man named
George Williams to whom a legacy was
left by his grandmother, is missing.
About two years ago I and my wife went
to look at some South park property, with
a view of buying a site for a house, near
the park, fro'nting on the lake. While I
was engaged in asking market values of
land from chance natives, my wife slowly
wandered toward the lake admiring Its
expanse, when looking down on the sand,
there lay a corpse of a man thrown up by
the waves on the beach. On hearing her
exclamation of horror, I looked and also
saw the corpse lying on its face, but com
pletely clothed. In a short timo it was
rolled by two men into a wooden box,
carted behind a neighboring sand bill
and there lurried, as I understood, by the
coroner's orders, an inquest, having that
morning been held over tho body. There
was a ghastly holo in its head, with a
sharp, straight edge to tho bono, as if
modo by a quick stroke of a hatchet.
The body had two pair of pants on.
gonteel boots, good clothing, fine linen
and wbito cambric handkerchief like a
well-to-do lako captain would wear.
Ago apparently about 37 years ; height
about five feet cicht inches ; hair glossy
black; head slightly bald; features g re-
clan, and in a pocket-book found on the
deceased was written in poncll the name
George Williams. The identical name of
the now missing Cincinnati heir to $20,000.
J. O. Hkywohtu.
MASS
.A. T
:o .a. i -r o
OIT
Saturday, October 19.
The Liberal Republican and Democrat of
Cairo tend greeting to their friend in South
ern Blinols; MUeourl and Kentucky the as
surance that they are still undUmared in
their itruirgle for reform and truth and an
invitation to Join them In a
C3-&, 2VJD .XjLIT
at Cairo on the 19th Instant. The fol
lowing distinirul-'hed orators have
promised to be' pre-ent and addres the
people :
GOV. B. GRATZ BROWS
of Missouri.
HON". JOHN YOUNG BROWN
of Kentucky.
HON. LYMAN TRUMBULL
of Illinois.
HON. W. W. O'BRIEN and J. L. 1).
MORRISON of Illinois.
Several bands of music will enliven the
occasion; and there will be a
Q-22, A ST ID
TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION
at night. The
GREELEY AND BROWN CLUBS
in the neighboring towns are requested to
cuuiu in b uouy.
The friends of reconciliation and reform
must not waver. Come and let us compel
together for the grand battlo In November.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ayrevm. tinwa.k, ktc,
A. II ALLEY,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringers Telle
Wars, Cost Hods, KlreHhotels, Air flits.
Miscricrcaia or
TIN ZINO, COPPEIl AND SHEET
IRON WARE.
No. 166 Washington-avenue
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
aWRooflm, fluttering, and all Idnda of jo
work don at ahorteiit notice. (etitiltf
now to
KEEP "W-A-IRIM:
NEXT WINTER,
OET THE
E V E N I N G
HEATING STOVES,
THK
GREATEST WONDER!
or
THE -A.GKE3!
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO GIVE A MORE CNirORM A' rLKASANT
II EAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ARE MORE
CAREFULLY FITTED, AKK MORE
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MORE rERFKCT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONGER
DRAFT,
AND
Give better satlslaetlon, and sold for a
Less Trice than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold by
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
NT. LOVIN HO.,
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
LIKK
C. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, Ills.
0-20dw4w
Home Advertisements.
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BUSINESS MEN!
From now until tho first of January wo
will make
ZBXj-AJfcTIEC BOOKS
of not lest than six quires each at the follow
ing low ratci :
MEDTU J,
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amis, size
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upward. ltula end and bi
ofpaL'c 111x18 luetic, per
ngc 111x18 lnclic, per quire,... ?1 2.1
ne price per quire oi same hooks
in St. Louis, st the cheapest manu
facturing establishment In that city,
!..... .. I. 31 60
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Six quires and upward, page 10!10,
per quire 81 00
Price iicrqulrcof amelu St. Louis it.. $1 25
BOYAL,
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SUPER EOYAL,
Six quires and upward, page 14x20,
per quire 82 00
Price per quire in St. Louis 2 50
Other Books proportionately cheap.
MATERIAL AND WORKMANSHIP
warranted ol ttie best quality.
Music, Magazines and that cla of books
we will bind lu Genuine Morocco In the vcrv
best style, Cloth or Paper, at 75 cents to r-'l
per Volume. Price or same In St. Louis It
81 00 to 81 50.
A COMPARISON OK OUR PRICES WITH
OTHER ESTABLISHMENTS
will at once show the advantage of patron
izing thr llullctln Bluderr.
tf. JOHN H. OlIEULY, Proprietor.
Homo Advertisements.
BANKS.
Our Homo Advertisers.
ENTERPRISE SAVINGS
Charterad Mnrch II, 1MI.
OFFICE OF
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
OFFICERS ;
A. B. SAFFOHD, President;
S, 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. 1IYSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
tilsrcrosit
C" V,' pASCtiT, CB4II. OALIOIItS,
BtocsrtttH, Pitt O. Bcuch,
B. II. Ccssisoniii, ii. p. UAiuoAr,
J. M. PntLiirt.
DepoalUaf MjrAnoaat Received Ii-osb
Test Omu Upward.
JSTEKEflT paid on depo.lts at the rale ot six
percent, per annum, Moreh lit and Bntm
r 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is rded linme.
d stely lotte principal of tlio deposits, thereby
giving them compound intcreit.
married women and children mat
deposit monet
o that ho oki u 0ax dsaw it.
Opsn eterjr buslnoit day from a.m. to S p.m
and Bsturday erenma lor HA VINO DEroSlTb
onlj, from S to S o'clock.
uut; w. HT8I.OP. Treasurer.
DHI U U U II M.
THE OHIO DEMOCRACY.
Tho Democratic itslu oxecutivo com
mittee on tho 11th iisued the following
address to the Democracy of the stato :
'To tue Dejiocragt or Omo :
"The result of lost Tuesday's election
shows that Ohio was loit by the failuro to
poll tbe usual Democratic votes. Mortify
ing as is the fact, justice to tho Liberal
Kupubiicans, ana an earnest desire to re
trieve the misfortune, requires us to do
claro it. In our chief towns, tbe Liboral
strength exceeded our most sanguine esti
mate. In tho country, it fell short; but
tho aggregate of tho Liberals in city and
country who voted our state ticket, added
to the Democratic vote of 1808, wsuld
uavo overcomo tbe Jtopublican majority
at that election aud tho negro vote com-
tjinoa una given us victory. Can
wo repair tho mischief ? We can. Four-
11 ft In of thu Democrats who stayed at
homo last Tuesday can be induced to vote
for (irceley in November. Those who
will absolutely refuse to goto the polls will
be counterbalanced by those Bepublicans
wuo went ugainsi us last Tuesday but will
vote for Oreeloy. Wo havo only to poll
our usual Democratic vote to snatch from
defeat a glorious victory. Tho Liborals
stretch lorth the nana ; shall we rcmse to
take it? Tho jirostrato and plundered
South cries out for help; shall we bo deaf
to meir appeal (
iiy urceieys election we can restore
prosyenty and good government to the
South, kind feeling to tho new hostile sec
tions, honesty and honor to tho civil ser
vice, respect to the constitution and laws
to tho national administration. Could we
do rnore with k Democrat in the pies!
dency? Could be expect that co-operation
in congress which Mr. Oreeley would
command? Aro patriotic Democrats
willing to lose all benettcial results of
victory out of personal hostility to O roe
ley, or disgracelul lethargy? Aro Ohio
Democrats ready to let our yet puro and
proud stato bocome debauched and hope
lessly subjugated, like Pennsylvania, by
hordes of mercenaries paid by public
plunder?
"Follow Democrats, our union with the
Liberals in Ohio has not been fruitless.
It bss given us Hamilton county by near
u.wu majority, vr uicn socurei tne constitu
tional convention and the legislature and
a United States senator next year, If we
make a brave fight this fall. Should Ohio
and Pennsylvania go for Grant the chances
are still In favor of Greeley's election.
Connecticut, New York. New Jersey and
Indiana, Added to those border and South,
em states which are certain for Greeley,
will give him clear majority. We have
already, by st rigorous and aggressive
MlLLIHBtlf.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
IN THE
ATHENEUM BUILDING
hss opened out sn extensive stock ot
MILLINERY GOODS
All ot which are entirely new snd of tbe icrr
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE6TOGE COMPRISES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
FLOWBBS,
And sa eleijunt asiortment of
LACES, rRINOES, KID OLOVEB, HOSIERY
tod sll articles usually kept In a flrtt-clu mil
linery store,
Mrs. Kwandtr Intites tbe public to call and in
i ner imcn, wnirn ne win lane pieasuro ia
lowing to old as well as new cuttorr ert.
MRS. MoGEE,
On Klxhth Street, between Commercial and Wash
ngton ATenues, Is dalir recelrlm
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
nr tus
LATEST BFRINO AND SUMMER STYLES
iJeamu a lull line of
BOITlTETa & HATS
I Trimmed snd untrimmed,)
KI1E.NCU FLOWKR8, RIBBONS, TRIMMINGS
of all kinds, Laces, etc., etc,
Mrs. McOoe haa also a Urge assortment o
Fancy Articles, auch aa
NKCK Tlk23, COLLARS, UNOERflLKEVES,
nveio, rant),
Aud all other articles usually lound In a
FIBST-OLASS MILLINEBY STOBB
Mrs, MoOee, In addition to her stock of Fancy
snd Millinery Goods, has a fine and complete aa.
tortmenl ol Ulnelnnatl Custom Mad Ladlea
tnd Mtsact' Bhoea and Chlldrena' Hoota. Black
and In Colora. Thsaa are acknowledged to be
the fineit and bast ahoea In the market, and this
tha only place In tbe city that make them a
frtclsliy.
FRED ROSE
No. 104 Commercial Avenue,
Both Fiiencii and Scotch casbimehes
all colors. Heavers and Broad-cloi h
constantly on hand, and all goods warrant eu
DYEING
In all its branches also carried on
10-lmd
I'KINTIMJ.
TO TUB PTJBEIO.
Anticipating a decline in price-, ol
PRINTER'S STOCK
of nil kind and desirotu that our vii
tomers should know we arc dett'nnliii-d
to carryjout our proml.-cs of cheap printing
wc icei it our uuty to maxe n
KEDUCTION IN FOBMEB PBICES
believing that a steady increase of biislnt i
will be an equivalent.
With our long experience in bushiest and
INCREASED FACILITIES
together with our advantages In tho
purchase and selection or stock, our
customers may rest assured we will try
to merit a continuance ol their verv liberal
patronage. Wc Invite your attention to tbe
following rc bed list ol
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
BILL HEADS
ou (rood H lb paper, neatly executed ac-
coruingiosize per.n 4 .vitou m. J-or other
nialltlcit add the difference In the cost of the
paper,
STATEMENTS
on 14 11, paper, Flat Cap or nine iUllty of
Folio Post, per M 1 OOtofl 00 : per one-hair
M 21 W to 3 Ml.
LETT E H HEADS
per M $.' 00to7 00, according to siu and
quality or paper; pcronc-halOI 3 (xitol (XI.
NOTE HEADS
on ordinary size per M ?1 OOtoS M, accord
ing to stylu and iuallty. Commercial per M
$4 tfnofj M.
BILLS LADING
per M, according to size and weight, 5 OOto
7 00 ; per one-halr .M, according to size und
weight, 3 OOto I 00.
DRAY TICKETS
per M $3 OOtot 00, according to order.
ENVELOPES
furnished retail at wholesale prices. Charge
for printini,', il Wtoi! 60 per M.
SHIPPING TAGS
of everv size iiinl iiuulltv fiirnUhi-il nl u-linli-.
sale prices and printed at the very lowest
rates.
CARDS AND TICKETS
of ever)' description made from uood Ilrlstol
BoardattheiiiiilMiullylowratool :M: 00
per accoruitj; to size ami stjje.
PDSTE IR, S
lull sheet, hulfslieet, quarter (beet, eighth
sheet nnd sixteenth tsheet ut trnm y.'J no to
M 00 ner M.
By a careful examination ol the above list
our patrons will Und that our
PBICES liOWBB
than those ot any establishment ot thu kind
in St. Louis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
A. CV IE IRTISH 2STG-
HuslnesH men will llnd the Bulletin thu
best advertising medium in .Southern Illi
nois. OTTIK, WEEKLY
(sheet 20x40. 8 columns) Is famished to sub
scribers ut thu low rate of
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now has a larger subscription list in
Southern Illinois, Missouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever buloro published in
Cairo, and new clubs are coming In even"
dsy,
'72. SPRING-SUMMER. 72
C. HAN NY.
LARGE STOCK.
BBOWN SHEETINGS,
PBINTS,
riaicrL-asra-s.
CHECKS,
AMD
S T It I P E S,
KENTUCKY JEANS, FXTRA,
OASSIMERS,
FIiA2STlTEI,a.
BLACK ALPACAS
AUD
LUSTEBS,
GBOS'lKAIN SILKS,
1'OPI.INN.
LARGE STOCK OF CARPKTING
OIL CLOTHS,
MATTINO,
Window NbSMlas,
OILT HANDS,
NOTTINGHAM LACE
DAMASKS.
II U Kullre Ntoek
AT
VEUY LOW FIGUP.E3.
CORNER 8TH BT. AND COMMERCIAL-A V.,
Cnlro, Illinois.
teptltt
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAROEST VARIETY STOCK IN THE CITY
GOODS SOLD VEBY CLOSE.
Corner of Nineteenth street and Com-tuert-lul
Avenue, '
OAIBO, ILLINOIS,
CO, PATIKIt.
WMOLENALr CUOCRKH.
H."jir'HULEN,
GROCER and CONFECTION
And Dealer iu Foreign Fruits &Nuts,
No. Commorcial-ave.,
Cairo, Ills.
JOHN SIIEEIIAN,
RETAIL GROCER
And Ileslor In
VEGETABLES, KBUITS, EOGS, LAUD
KllESII BU'ITElt, ETC.
X3T All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
ni mo lowest prices.
Corner Oth Ht. andCommerclalAve,
7-'il tl.
CHEAP GKOCEBIES
THE SYSTEM.
OROCERIKB RETAILED AT WHOLESALE
I'RICES YOIt CASH.
AT H. O. TUIELEOKE'S 8TOBE.
WABHINOTON AVENUE, 1IETWEEN TENTH
AND ELEVENTH STREETS.
f0 lbs. dry Cuba Sugar for - - - S5 0
9J ... i 00
0 lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. - 1 00
1 " Prime Bio Oofleo for - - 1 00
3 " Choice " 11 - - 1 00
3 11 Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas snd othor staple and fancy Groce
ries eouany us cneap.
Goods new and full weight given. Call
and try.
CAIRO CITY COAL
COMPAHY.
(a prepared to supply cuitomer with he b
quality oi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
OUDKIIS len at Ilulliday Bros, ottlce, 70
omo lever, or at the Coal Yard below the
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tbe Tuo ''Montack" will bring coal
alongside to steamers at any hour,
THE CITY NATIONAL
BANTC.
CAIHO. II.I.IXOII4
CAPITAL, ' . $100,000
orrictat:
W. P. IIAI.UPAT, Prealdenti
HKNRT L. HALMIMT. Vlce-Preildaci i
A. II.HAFFoniJ, Cn.hler;
WALTER HY8LOP, Aaalataot Caabier,
Dtascroait
HTAATS TilLOl. ItnillT II. f!rlnn.u
ItlilKT I.. HAtLlDAT. W. P. HlLLiniT.
(lio. I). Wiuuaioa, BrtrHia lli
A, n. DArroan.
Raehansre, Coin sum) ratted Hiatesi
Bond Boachl nad Hold.
EPOSITH recelred, and a general Unking
bualneaa aon.
FIRST NATIONAL RANK
or oaiuo,
DANIF.Ii HUltD, 'rM,fnlj
HOBEItT. MIL.m. Vioa.freMeat
C.N. HUOIIES.Caahlor.
COLLECTIONS PROM1TLY MADE.
EXCIIANOK, coin, bank cota aaj Voiir
Htatea aecarltlea bought and aold.
Inlrreal Alio wrd on Ttmst Dcpoalta.
BANK hTATKMRMTN.
THIRTV-NINTH rtport of the cowlliion o
the Flnt Nalionil Hank of Cairo, Illinoit, at the
clotc of bmlnns OctoUr 3l( l7i.
KKSOUKCES.
Load, and diacounti I W.2M Ul
Uvtrdraftt 1,091 M
U. S. llondi to tccute circulation IW.Hil &7
U. S. bond, and accurttfes on
hnd .'. a.'Jfl 03
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages - 1U,1K1 uo
Ihie from redeeming and re
serve agents 20,171 .V?
Due from other national banks... S,7U 1!)
Due from banks and bankers... 3, (.74 W
Real estat ts,'Jl 78
Furniture amd futures l'j
Current eipenses 3,010 b'J
Cash items. Including revenue
stamps M W
Taaes paid MX 13
Lash on hand in coin l7li 07
Currency SJ.ltl U C3,0s7
5l,UI 7U
l.lrtUII.UIKS.
Cap ul itock Ki0,WO (O
Exchange, Interest, profit and loss n,0ls to
Circulation ouuundlnj lxiAJ CO
Individual deposits 104, WG 30
301,134 70
State of Illinois. Alexander counts, ss.
1, Daniel Ilurd, president of the First fNatlonal
uanK oi "wairo, ao soicmiy swear tnat tne above state
ment Is true to the best of my knovtledge and belief.
D. HUltll. President.
r-ulncribed and sworn to before me this Tenth clay
oi uctoocr, io..-.
ClIAS, CUNMNGHAM, Notary Public.
Correct Attest ;
It MEYER.". 1
ItOll" r. W. MILLER, V Directors
D. IIUKD, j
REPORT of the condition of the City National
Hank of Cairo, at Cairo, In the state of Illinois at
closed business Uctober 30, l7i.
ItEKOUKClS.
Loans anil discounts
Overdrafts
U S. bonds to secure circula
tion...... U. S, bonda on hand
Other slocks, bonds and mort
gages Due from redeeming and re
serve agents IIWM fit
Iue from national banks 31,1.17 W
Due from stale banks and bank
ers -JUKI Ol 15T.30S St
naniting nouse uu
Other real estat 19.WI Ui
Current expenses
Taxes paid
Cash ileitis. Including stamps., 1.77 78
Hills of national banks 4,700 00
Fractional currency, Including
nickels 2127 M
Specie, coin 5,'M Ul
Ugal tender notes 21,Wjo to 38,520 2U
3,1 W) VI
UD,rl 00
i'.,6.VJ 00
3.0CO 70
35,0") 00
2170 M
US to
1.IAI1II.IT1ES,
Capital stock paid In lfKlJal 00
Surrilus fund 'i'j,itx to
, -tpij lii
Interest 11.-173 39
Profit and loss 21, VM W SS.Ml 02
Circulation outstanding UH.UJO 00
Individual detioslts 835,101 30
wus luuu aim uanKcrs, 7,l.iU w
. , .... 691.072 m
aiaie oi Illinois, county ol Alexander, ss.
I, A II, Safford, cashier of the City National Ilank
pf Cairo, do solemnly swear that the above statement
irue iu inc uest oi my Knowiedife and belief.
A . It sAPl.VlLMI (-'-..M..
Subscribed and aworn to before me thls'lllth day of
Correct Attest :
H. II. CANDEE, Notary Public.
It II, CUNNINGHAM,")
H. D. WILLIAMSON, J
II. I,. 1IALLIUAV, J
Director!
BOOT AND SUOK NTOKE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Avo., near Athonoum,
CAIRO, ILLS.
Keep on hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitxju and
Shoes,
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
"Which they sell at tbe
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call axs Examhb.
OMMIfWIOM ARB rOHWABDlNO.
HALLIDAY BROTHERS,
GENERAL AGENTS
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
MKHVIIAHTl,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents or
IIIO RIVER AND KANAWHA
SALT COMPAlTIEa.
70 Ohio Levee,
Cairo. Illinois.
JOHN 11. PHLLIS & SON,
(Buceeaaora to John II. Phlllu,)
GENERAL COMMISSION
AID
FORWARDING MERCHANTS
AD
DEALERS IN UAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cok. TENTH-ST. xsv OHIO LEVK
CAIRO, ILLS.
WOOD UITTENUOUSE st 15KO.,
FLOUR
Ueticrn! Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
GENERAL COMMISSION
AKP
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
At
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AOENTS tor FAIRIIANK'S SCALES
Ohio Les.ee. CAIHO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Bucceasora to E. Is. rjendriesa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
MERCHANTS,
AND
WHARF-BOAT PROPRIETORS.
Liberal Adisneementa mdn 24
aW. opon ConalKnmenU. Ei
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freighta to all point and buy and
aell od commission,
SVBualneaa attended to prnmptlr;
STJIATTON & BIRD,
(Hucceaaora toStratton, Hudson A Clark,)
WHOLESALE GROCERS
COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
57 Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois
Z. V. UATUUBB..
I. O .UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
POBWAEDIITQ-
AND GENERAI.
Commissi on M e r c hants
DEALERS rt
I AY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
WO. 4 OHIO I.ETEK.
W. M. WILLI AMH, J AS. KIK8LKY,
Late of VickaburK, Mtaa. Late of Cin'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Bl'ECIAL RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
GENERAL AGENTS,
FORWAltDINO AND COMJIIBSION
MBECHANTS;
05, OHIO LEVEE,
OAIKO, ILLS.
7-ltf.
C. CLOSE,
GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT
AMD
X)tIi33a I3ST jIC
Okuxnt, Plastxr Paris,
ASD
PLASTERER'S HAIR,
mo. 71 onto lkvxk, under city nation!
AL BANK.
!3fFor the purpose of building up a
wnoTesolo trade In Cairo, 1 will sell to deal
en and contractors In lots of 60 barrels and
upward, at rno-ufaeturUg prion, addbur
Irehjht.
Cairo, Auftut la. U78.

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