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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1872.
JOHN It. 0IIEIU.Y, Editor and l'uhllshcr.
TERMS OK THE DAILY H01.U7TIN:
One week. hy carrier ..
One ycr liy carrier, in advance 10 00
One rnontli.br mail
Three month . 7 SV
One year . . ...aw
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY KULLETIN
John II. Obcrly has reduced the tlicrir
tlon price of the Wkkkly Caiko Uullktin
to One Dollar per annum, making It the
cheapest paper publtahcd In Southern Illinois.
of New York ;
FOR TICK PRESIDSNT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR KKCRKTAnY OF HTATK.
FOR AUKITon OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR 8TATK TRKA8URKR,
OEARLES N. LANl'HIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OKNKRAt,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLXHK SUmF.MF. COURT NORTniRN
FOR CLKRK SUPREME COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT SOUTHERN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
FOR CONGRESS EIGHTEENTH DISTRICT,
OEOROE W. WALL,
of Terry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBKRLY.
We arc authorized to announce JOHN Q.
HARSIAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election In
We are authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
exandcr county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce 11. W.
VTEBB, ESQ., as i candldato for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce I'. II.
Pope as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP at a candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
ing November election.
We arc authorized to announce HAMIL
TON HtYIN as a candidate for re-election
lo the office of Sheriff ol Alexander county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
II. OOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
from that Ronlloman's composition, his
wishy-washy softness, Ids disposition to
wander Into Incomprehensible foolishness,
compel ui to maVo tbo assertion. In
Wednesday'. Issue of hii paper be declares,
with a. flourish of headlines, that Obcrly it
preparing to "flop to Grant," bocauso The
Bulletin, by Inference, doclarod It was
not avcrso to tbe Acquisition of territory.
a "woaknefs'' which ha boen peculiar to
the Democratic party ainco Us foundation.
The Bulletin speaks for itself. It al
lows no one to dlctato to It; and, although
it has been, and is, devoted to principlci
diametrically opposed to Radicalism
it has not hesitated, and will not hosltate,
to endorse any good policy of tho Radical
party, and it will neither donounco all
Radicals ns thieves, rogues and
fools, nor all Democrats or Llborals as
honest men, tho wisest of their day and
gonoratlon. Thore are, wo know, many
bad men in tho Radical party. Wo be
Hove that parly Is now dominated by such
men, but thero are also good men within
Its ranks. Thero nre, wo also know, be-
cauao wo know tho 'Sun' man, very silly
and shallow men In the Radical
party, but thore aro also able and
profound men. On the other hand, white
thoro Is much virtuo, patriotism nnd wis
dom In tho Democratic and Liberal party
it is a iamontablo fact, that at least a few
of its prominent loaders havo been short
sighted, very foolish, almost as stupid as
tho 'Sun' man, and that is putting them
away down in tbo scalo of intelligence.
Wo seo proper to occasionally assert this
fact, and then men of tbo limited intelli
gence of tbe editor of tbo 'Sun' men who
are led by tbe noso and bcliovo it to be the
duty ot a party man to shout, right or
wrong, for his party and bis party man
agers, cry out against our Democracy, and
denounce us. Paugh I Wo bavo little
uso for such trifling fellows 1 They aro
tbo scavengers of politics.
Hon. A. II. Stephens is to run for
congress in tho Eighth Georgia district.
Hendricks was elected governor of In
diana by a majority of eight hundred nnd
four. The other state officers elected aro
Auoustus Scuell, chairman of tho Na
tional Democratic committee, holds to his
opinion tbat Horace Greeley will bo the
A okay haired doctor and a young col
ored man were among tho candidates who
made application last week for positions
in the government service, under the new
civil-iervice reform rules.
The colored cadet Conyers, at West
Point, is already in trouble. He has been
beaten and cuffed by bis fellow students
and the secretary of tho navy has ordered
an investigation into tho affair.
J. Milton Turner, the wounded Rad
ical politician of St. Louis, in a published
letter implores tbo colored voters of Sf
Louis county to register, so that "as they
'onco followed Grant with their mu.kots,
' they may now rally to him with their
The first ship ,ever purchased and
owned exclusively by women, left the
poitcf New York recently, for Cnlna, In
Ibe interest of the 11 Woman's Tea Corn-
' pany," of New York city. The vessel is
named "Tho Madame Deworest," alter
the celebrated modiste of that name.
Lieut. Gov. Pi.vciiiiack Is on an elec-
a ! .
nun wur aiong me coast of Lomiana. This
caiorea viceroy has a steamboat under
nis exclusive control. It is gaily decked
with flags, and at tho tbo different land-
mgs is as attractive as a circus. Tbo
colored people flock to it, and " Pinch, 1
1n high flights of oratory, calls on them to
stand by their saviour, Gen. Grant.
Who pays for tho steamboat ?
IN the late oiectlun in Ohio Gen
Grant's majority of 1866 was reduced
thirty thousand. This encouraging result
was due, beyond doubt, to the Liberal Re
publicans. Ohio did not poll, by many
thousand, her usual Democratic vote. Tb
victory was lost to tbo Liberals not by tho
Radicals who voted, but by by tbe Demo
crat who did not vote. The result cannot
bs regarded as a test of tbo popularity of
Gen. Grant in Ohio,
THE ASSANINK SUN.
The editor of tbe 'Sun' is an ass. We
avftkf tbli remark In no offensive spirit.
TtW pljMbl abssnce of common ssose
THE DAMPHOOLS OF CAIRO.
May tbo good genius of common sense
protect usl Wo neod bis panoply. With
out it we are as helpless as a email mouse
In tbo claws of a lurgo cat, a dwarf Lilli
putian in tbe clutches of a giant Borbdigna
gian ; as helpless as a dozon of eggi before
tho hungry countenance of our levee
friend who lately made tho eyes of tbe
placid Judgo Bross onlargo to tbo size of
platters by an exhibition of his wonderful
powers in tbe rapid disposition of incipi
ent chickens; as helpless as a negro voter
in tho presence of tho fearful but fascinat
ing Pope, him of the florid face and sly
ness of Joo Badgstock "sly, d d sly, sir j"
as helpless, in fact, as tbo dear old boy of
the mild old 'Sun.' We must1 havo pro"
tection, or else tbe damphooh of Cairo, a
small but gallant band of incorrigible
Democrats, who hold to the old
faith In its new dretf, or the
now faith in its old dress, or the new old
faith, or the old now faith, or whatever it
may bo callod, with tho tenacity of death
to u grim negro, or a negro to grim
death, or anyway olso that may bo proper
or else, v?o say, theso gallant and wise
gentlomon will actually overwhelm us,
comedown on us as tbe famous Assyrian
is reported to bavo come down, or as tho
tho Radical manngers in election time
and tbo notorious thousand of brick always
do "come down." This a fact is, which,
if our readers doubt, we can prove by a
swarm of witnesses as numerous as the
locusts in Egypt or negroes about a poll
ing booth on election day.
And how ungrateful such conduct in
such men 1 If we could And a Niobo she
would weep for us if money could pur
chase her tearsr Was it not The Bulle
tin who conducted theso Democrats may
Uoaven pardon their ingratitude I out of
wildorness of Bourbonistn into tho
pieaianter but somewhat tangled wildwood
f Liberalism? Did we not do this with
tbe tenderness ot a wiso and kind
father leading headstrong children away
from a table filled with candy and iced
cakes? Didn't they then mark bow fool
ish they were I didn't they then denounce
us as) no Democrat? Didn't they these
"long choosing and beginning late" Lib-
rals, as soon as they bad been induced
eat of this new food, become
enamored of it, and aro thev not
now denouncing us because wo, who relish
it us we do Jacket's oyster stews, do not
trumpet our love of it as loudly as they
do, like sonorous metal blowing martial
lounds? Is it not true, we ask, that
these Democrats aro oven now declaring
that we, who have advancod to the front
of them again, aro "going to flop?' It
ii U isl A lamentable fact, it follows us
like a .shadow in tho day time and Is
ghost or a dream at night 1 But this is
the penalty a Democratic editor pays for
tho privilege of having a llttlo common
sense and a grain or two of independence
Would that we were as stupid as tbe
'Sun' man, and as comploto n slave to
party as Sambo or a Bourbon Democrat
Now, mark you, gentle reader, mark
thit I A low days ago wo said : "It is
'probable Grant will demand the cession
1 to us of a part of Mexico, and, if be does.
'the people, having been educated into
'the idea of an ocean-bound ropublio by
' tbe Democratic fathers-Jefferson, Doug
' 1m, and tbe other great men of tbe party
'will receive with fayor the
demand." "This Is flat treason I"
shouted our tardv Liberals: "The
Bulletin is preparing to flop and
' here is the evidence" Was logic raoro
wonderful than this over beforo used by
men who have some to comprehend cither
h rhyme or reason ? Tho timo was tbat when
tbe brains were out tho man
would die, but, good Shakespeare, tbo
continued existence of theso dam
phool Democrats proves, oven moro con
clusively than the apparition of Banquo's
ghost, that " now they riso again; " and, if
brainless men of our day do not push us
from our stools, tbey cortalnly uso tbo
voice of loud complaint when wisdom sug
gests to them tho safo and patriotic path
But wo wont further. Wouctually said:
" If Grant is re-electod San Domingo will
'drop into tho lap of the republic. Wo
' bavo como to this conclusion becauso
' Grant neither knows nor cares about law
'and ho never yields a point. Uu retired
' boforo the attacks of Sunnier and Suhurz,
'but ho has punished Sumnor and now
' pays no attention to Schurz, and backed
' by a misled peoplo who aro encouraging
' him to go oo, If bo is re-elected bo will
' surely acquiro San Domingo. Well, nil
'right. The old loaven has leavened all
'the people, and tbe acqusitlon of tho en
'tiro Western Hemisphere would not
'shock oven tbo Democratic party which
' Is in opposition to Grant."
We believo nny man of common sense,
reading this article, would see the vein of
sarcasm which, trickling from our still
steel pen, ran into and through nil its
sentences "half in jest, half in earnest."
The article could not bo otherwiso fairly
construed; and, if wo could furnish our
critics with brains, would bo so con
strued oven by them.
Wo do not believe it would be wise, at
this timo, to urgo tho widening of our
national borders. Beforo wo get moro wo
should learn bow to govern what wo
have, and tho problem of tbo paciflcalion
of the South is large enough for tho pros-1
ent moment. But we do not besltato to
say we havo an abiding faith in the
destiny of this country. We bcliovo, most
firmly, that, If tho Democratic idea of tho
government should become tbo uccopted
doctrine of tbe peoplo tho idea of ttato's
rights, tbo right of each community with
in a state to regulate its own affairs I n its
own way, subject only to tbo federal con
slitution strictly construed, all tbo Western
Hemisphere, with tbe adjacent islands of
the sea, might bo embraced in a happy
union within tbo American republic.
But tbo day in which this idea of govern
ment will bavegrown into fruition is distant
in tho future. Tho light of Its coming has
not yet tinged tbe clouds of the East. No
sign of tbe morning is visible. And
therefore, with our blessing, we entreat
the damphools of Cairo, who
are now fearful we are going
over to tbe Radicals with the
deliberate intention of annexing tho out
sido world to tho United States, to calm
tboir perturbed spirits and rest in peace.
But if they cannot do so, wo havo no ob
jection to their determination to vent their
spleen. Has it not been said :
"Let Hercules himself do what he may,
The cat will mew, and dog will have hii day,"
ballot aro roally on trial in tho United
States. From this hour forward tho
preservation of tho franchiso in its integri
ty dwarfs all othor issues. Lot our friends
in each of tbo states catch inspiration
from tbo heroic conduct of our fellow
citizens in Georgia and in Indiana, nnd
from now till Novombor let tholr strug
gle be manful and unceasing for liberty
and an untainted ballot-box, for roform
and nn honest administration of
tho government. .
Signed Augustus Scuell,
Chr'n Nat'nl Pom. Com.
HTOVKM. TINWARE, Kit:,
A. H A L L K Y,
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware. Clothe s WruiKers Toile
War, Coal Hods, KirshoTls, Air Gat.
ZINC, COPPER AND SUEE1
No. 166 "Washington-avenue
awKooftnu. Guttering, and all kinds of lo
work done at nhortest nolle. tebldtf
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO QIVE A MORE UNiroilM AND PLEASANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, ABE MOKE
CAREFULLY FITTED, AKK MOKE
EASILY AND CHEAPLY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MOKE PERFECT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONOER
better ratl-lactlon, and t-old for a
Less Price than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold bv
EXCELSIOR MANUFG COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
Cairo, - - Ills.
STIRRING ADDRESS OF THE DEM
OCRATIC NATIONAL COMMITTEE.
New York, Oct. 14 Tho Natlonul
Democratic committeo has issued the fol
lowing address :
To the People of the United
Tho October elections aro over.
They enable us to form a tolerably ac
curate iara oi mo iruo political situation
ofthe country. In Georgia we havo to
recount a victory lor the .Liberal ticket so
unexampled as to take her out ofthe Hit
of doubtful stales and practically to pro
nounce in advance the decision of at least
one hundred and twenty-flvo votes In the
electoral college. To this number it is
only necessary to add sixty votes to cli-ct
ureeiey anu Jirown. Jn Pennsylvania
the distinguished chairman ofthe Liberal
committee has eloquently characterized
tne metnoa by which the result of the
election there was accomplished. We
commend bit statement to the thoughtful
attention ofthe country. In Ohio, despite
most unprecedented gains for the Liberal-
Democratic ticket, the Grant rnanauers
have carried tbe election by a reduced
majority, having brought to the polls their
entire reserve vote. Had our Democratic
friends in certain localities of that ltmU
commonwealth shown the same earnest
ness ana activity, and enabled us, like our
enemies, to record our entire strength,
they would now be oiulting over a bril
liant victory. In Indiana, tho Democratic
and Liberal forces have achieved a most
important success on tho Pennsylvania
tactics, most unscrupulously employed by
mo nuiuiuiBirauun uhu Hi allies, allowing
thus that a frco poople, when urouteJ,
know their rights and dare maintain them,
Indiana has fully demonstrated that
she can neither bo bought nor
bullied. The moral of theso results Is,
that victory is still in plain view for our
national ticket, and that energy and cour-
ago win assure u. mat victory must be
won. If we mean to presorvo free Institu
tions on this continent, we must assure it.
The event In Pennsylvania on Tuesday
last, when considered in its causes, Is tho
most appalling political catnstropho that
cr.LUkon p,ce ln tl country.
Should tho system through which this
catastrophe was brought about be condoned
by the people and foisted on tbe other
states it seals the doom of freedom In
America. A sad contrast It Is surely that
the city in which our republic was born
amid tbo anthems of n free mnnt.. .i ,1
now be the first to toll the knli r T..
liberties. It is for tho freo urLn.v,.
people ol all the states to calmly
review the fearful crime against suffrage
in Pennsylvania and to decide whethor it
hall be repeated within their own hor.
deri. For tbo first timo, tbe system of
tree government ana me sanctity of the
On Klifhth Street, bnw-en Commercial and Wish
HKton Avenues, is daily receiving
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLES,
jlecmei a lull lino of
I Trim in d and untnmmed,
FIIKNCU FLOWERS, MHH0N3, TKIM51IN05
of all klnd, I.ace, tic, etc.
Mrs. Mcfiee haa nUo a largs amortmeat
Fancy Article, nuch aa
NECK Tl.iS, COLLAR, UNDKRSLEEVE8.
nurri1, OAaiiu-s, r-Aro,
And all oilier (.rticlea usually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mri. McOre. In addition lo her Mock of Fancv
lid M 111 i n-r T (l'iol, ,m a flrif and cornniHiv ai-
.ml MiMra' Hhoi-M and Chlldrms' llootn. lllwlc
nd In Color. 'Ilion are acknowledged to he
tnt hunt and het nh'iei. in th market, aid I hi s
th only place in tho city tbat make, them .i
MKS. M. SWANDEIt,
has opened out an extensive stock of
All ot which are entirely new and of the verr
LATEST SPRING GOODS
' THE STOCK C0MPRI8EH
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an eleicant assortment ui
LACKS, FHINOES, KID GLOVES, H0SIKIIV
nd all articlea usually kept In a flrit-clai rnu
Mr. Kwandtr Intllpy the nuLllc torallsnil i
lx:t ier Mock, which the will take pleasure lu-
iiftwiii ,n ui'i an wen hi, new Ruitiorr .r.
HO AT MTOHK.
d a a l a a in
Onia lvm CUo, III.
oaoias romi rituo
TO THHJ PUBEIO.
Anticipating' n decline In prices of
of all kliul nnd dolnui that our cu
tomcr should know wp arc determined
to carrv.out our immlc of ct ivrlnttn?
wo feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER l'lUCKS
belirvlnir that a te.ndv inerrajo of bulue"
will be an entth alent. '
With our lone experience In lulncv and
together with our advantage In the
pureh.1'0 and 'election of Mock, our
eii'tonicr mav ret aured e will try
to merit a continuance ot their ery liberal
patronage. We Unite our attention to the
lolloping reUed lit ot
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
on pood lllb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to l.e per.M $ t Wtotl M. For other
nualitie mid the difference In the coM ot the
on It lb paper. Flat Cap or same ipialltvof
Folio FoM. per.M SI OutoO 00; per one-half
M W to a M.
per M f. OOtoT 00, according to size and
(juallty orpaper; peronchalfM 93 OOtol 00.
on ordinary size per M 94 OOtoS ft), accord
ing to stvle' and ijuaHtv. Commercial per M
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CARDS AND TICKETS
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Ity a careful examination oi the above ll-t
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and now ha a larger subscription ll-t In
.-outliero Illinois, .Mt-sniin aim Kentucky
than any paper ever belore published In
Cairo, and new club arc coming in every
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CITY NATIONAL RANK, OAIRO
A. It. SAKKOIU). President;
S. S TAYLOR. Vice-President;
II. 1IYSI.OP, Secretary and T
Pari. G. Bciich,
11. I , lULLlDAT.
l M. IUiri.iT,
K. II. fTOfirtitn,
II. It. CcKxtsauiM.
J. M. Fniuiri.
Deposits ot mny Amount ttsrrl red from
Teas Cettta I'pwamla.
IMKKEST pIJ on ilfposlm al 111 rasool six
percent, peranaum, .March lit ami Heplem
txr 1st. Interest not withdrawn la raided Imme.
U alelr to the. principal of Ilia rienoalu, therein
g'rlnK them compound Interest.
MAKRIED WOUKX AND CHILDREN MAT
to that jro oa iui can catw it.
Open eerj buainet day from a.m. to 3 p.m.,
and (Saturday evening lor HAVING DKroHITb
onlj, from S to s o'cloek.
auirtl W. HrSLOP. Treasurer.
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, .7"" . 8100,000
Our Homo Advertisers.
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Host quality of Limo and Cement ul
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very lcvost (luuros for cash.
FOR LADIES, MEN AND CHILDREN,
Eighth St., Ut. Coji. & Wash.,
Has Just opened a now and stylish estab
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all, to favor him with their patronage.
Z3T All work done In the Latest Stylo.
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DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol overy Description.
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In every stylo, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Olldlno
Order, solicited for Keencry, Freseoo anC
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. All woik I.:,
trusted to my caro will be promptly ul.
tended to. Shop In Terry House, corner I
Commercial avenue and Ebhth street,
W. I. lUl.l.IDAV. President;
IIKNKr L. HALLWAY. Vico-Preildenij
A. n. HAKFOItl), Caehler;
WALTER HT3I.OI AitliUnt Caabier.
8tat Tartoa, foliar H. Ccaian
Haaar I.. lUttinr, W. P. IUliidat,
Geo. I). WiLLUsiaox, Sttrntii Ilia
A. B. (Urroan.
Rxrhancr, Coin and United Ntnffsa
Boariss Bona; lit nnd Mold.
EPOSITS rwelted, and a eneral l.ankln
Miln nnn. ,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
o r OA i it o.
MNtr.l. IIUIIII, Preeldenti
KOIIKKT. .((!.. .tf.frilnit
C. .N. mjOIIES. Cashier.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
rjIXCIIANfiK, roin, tsnk coins and Unitrt.
Hi otate eremitic, bought and eold.
Inlrressl Allots-! on Time lssast.
nilllinV-NINTH report of the condition o
Xthe First Natioul Hank of Cairo, Illinois, at the
dose of business October 3d, Ki
Ijomt and iiiscounu.... ........ I f'MII 'Jt
Overdrafts l.iisl M
U. S. Ilonds to secure circulation IW.V.I S7
U. S. bonds and securities on
hsnd 3,'SJI 03
Other stocks, bonds and mort
Bag" - - 10.IW (
Ilue from redeeming and re
serve agents 20,174 .V,
Due from other national banks... C,?l I V)
Due from hanks and bankers... .'V.7'4 US
Keal esute - H.Vil 7X
Furniture amd futures :trXi 19
Current eipcnses 3,010 W
Cah Items, indudins revenue
sumps SiQ W
Tases paid 61 4'J
Cash on hand in coin 1,1.74 ('7
Currency 32,111 U S3,0n i
fap'tal stock f ii,0isi (n
Kichance, interest, profit and loss ii,4 40
Circulation outsundinj IKiWJ fJ
Individual deposits 0l,llO M
State of Illinois, Aleiander county, si.
I, Daniel Ilurd, president cf the First fNatlonal
flank of Cairo, do solemly swear that the above state
racnt Is true to the best cfiuy knowledge and belief.
f-ubscribed and isom lo before me this Tenth day
of October, l!72
clIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
II SI EVER". 1
KOiri . W. MILLER, Directors.
1). HUKD, j
REPORT ofthe condition of the City National
Hank of Cairo, at (.'aim, in the state of Illinois at
closcof business October 3d, lb'2,
Loans and discounts J.JIm,'!!? CI
Overdrafts .. 3.16U LI
U a. bonds to secure circula
tion lMi.om on
U. S. bondi on hand VtfM i
Other stocks, bonds and n ort-
, Bases 3 fio 70
Due from redeeming and re.
sene agents W,Wi SI
I'ue from national banks 31,137 2'J
Due from state banks and bank
ers 21,lia 01 137,300 K4
Ilaoking house ia,iKJ tf
Other real estate Ki.oii) W 35,(VO I)
Current eipenses ",'17(1 M
Taxes paid us (XI
( ash items. Including sumps,. 4,577 71
Hills of national banks 1,70) 00
Fractional currency, Including
nickels 2,327 fiO
Specie, co'n 5,G0 VI
Igal tender notes 21,(nj (jo 3,o2rt 2'J
Capiul stock paid In lmi.OOO 00
Surplus fund UMX) 01
Lxchange 2,615 S7
Interest 11,47-1 39
I'rofu and loss 21, 'M W SS,931 02
Circulation outstanding UO Of JO OJ
Individual deposits 8.13 IH 3d
Due to sutc banki and bankers. 7,'coo L7
Slate of Illinois, county of Aleiander, is.
I, A II. SalTord, cashier of the City National Rank
pi Cilro, do solemnly iwearth-.! the above sutement
is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
- . , . n. ofsr run i, s-asmer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of
' H, II. CANDEE, Noury Public.
Correct Attest : '
It II. CUNNINGHAM,-)
'.V V- Vil.L,L.l.A.MS0N t Wtetora.
II. L I1ALL1UAV, J
BUUT AND MIOE NTOHE.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., nw Athonoum.
Keep on hand a good aaaortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitirs and
AIbo, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they soil at tbo
VERY LOWEST FIGURES.
Call axd Examim.
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
HE HUH A NTS.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Aent of
MHO KIVXK ANb KANAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
DEALEE I2sT XaTlwlE
CMKNT, PLAR7KR 1AKIS,
PLASTERKR'S II AIR,
HO. Tl OHIO I.EVKB, UXDKU CITV NATION
EiTTpr the inine of butldlnif up a
wlioli-Milo trade In Cairo. 1 will tell to deal
and contractors In Iota of U) barrels and
upward, at mauufacturinf; prices, adding
Cairo. AtiKUat 13. Ib72.
W. 31. Williams, .jak. Kinsley,
of Vink.bur,', Mi.i. l.ate ot Oin'tl, J
W. M. WILLIAMS k CO.,
al'KCIAI. RAILROAD, STE.V31I10AT AND
KOHWAItlllNd AND COMMISSION
W, OHIO LEVEE,
JOHN U. J'HLLISA SOaN,
BiiccfKori to John II. I'hllli.,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
. Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Con. TENTILST. am. UllO LKVE
Z. I). MATIIUM)..
K. C .UIIL
MATIIUSS k UIIL,
C O M M I S S I ON M E II C HANTS
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. I4 4IIIIO l.r.VKF..
R. A. CUNNINCIIIAM. EEI.IX CI!0-,
CUNNINGHAM k CROSS,
SuccccKir to Lmierumi & Ciiiniliigliani,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND IlKAI.KltS IN
AND MILL FEED.
STRATTON & RIRD,
(Hucceiaora toStratlOD, Hudson A Clark,)
57 Ohio Lovoo, Cairo, Illinois
WOOD KITTEN HOUSE k RRO.,
General ComrniBsion MoroliantH
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS von FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Lives, CAIRO, ILLINOIS,