TKE'CKTRO" DAI LT BULLETIN, SUNDAY, uCrOBER 30, 1873.
JOHM H. OBKKLY, Editor and Publisher.
rmatB ok the daily uulletin!
Om week, tor carrier. f
Oh yer liy carrier, in ndrance ... 10 00
TVs months . 2 2ft
One yew a 00
THE DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John IL Ohcrljr hM reduced the iuWrl lo
tion price of the Wkkkly Cairo Bulletin
to One DolUr per annum, making It the
cbeapeit paper published In southern Illinois.
of New York ;
rom net PRI8IDNT,
B. GrRATZ BROWN,
FOR SECRETARY OF STATK.
FOR AUDITOR OP PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
rOR RTATX TRKA8URXR.
CHARLES N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNXY OFNKKAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
VOX CLXRK BUTRKMIC COURT NORTHXRM
VOX CLXRK 8UTRXMK COURT CENTRAL
DAVID A BROWN.
VOX CLXRK Or 8UPRXKK COURT SOUTnXRN
R. A. D. WILBANKS.
VOX CONGRESS XlOtlTXXNTn DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
JfXMBXR BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA.
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q
HARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
Wo arc authorized to announce R. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ol Al
ezander county, at the ensuing election In
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
Wo are authorized to announce 11. W.
WEBB, ESQ., as a candidate for County At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. H.
Popx as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
8AUP at candidate for Sheriff at the ensu
tag November election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON niVIN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff oi Alexauder county.
We are authorized to announce JOHN
H. GOSSMAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
South Carolina will send a black man
to the United States sonata. This accord
log to the notions of Morton,-and that ilk,
is progression. And so it is progression
of the Radical sort which is loading the
country toward confusion, humiliation and
is smart and he thinks he is not mistaken
but Gov. Curtln Is alsosmart. lie thought
he was not mistaken in Pennsylvania, but
he was. May Mao's Indomitable porferer.
ance and Influence make him moro suc
cessful than the unfortunato war governor
THE NAIL STRUCK ON THE HEAD.
The Murphysboro Argus' hits the nail
on the head when it says that " treach-
'ery in the Democratic ranks contributod
' more to the Liberal dofeat in October "
will the sagacious managors allow us to
say defeat t "than fraud in the Repub
lican party." True as any gospel
preached in Cairo I The Bourbons aro
responsible for thedefeatln Pennsylvania,
Ohio and Indiana. They deliberately
threw their Influoncoln favor of the Grant
candidates, and will also throw it for
Grant next month, unless saving grace
should onllghtan their minds and bring
them out of the wilderness of political
foolishness. But the probabilities aro that
saving grace would prefer an casiorjob,
and we must therefore look for succor to the
honest portion of the Ropublican party
that honest portion that ha not Grant on
tho brain. Shall we look in vain ?
Whsro is echo to make reply ?
AN UNTIMELY SUGGESTION.
Tho Chicago 'News' suggests that Mr.
Greeley should allude- in his Inaugural
Address, on the 4th of March next, to the
project of calling a national convention to
establish, by a revisal of the fundamental
law, the needed governmental roforms.
The confldenco of tho 'Nows' in tho suc
cess ot Mr. Greeley is sublimo, but wo de
sire to gently hint that the election of U.
G. is now tho business in hand, and that
suggestions concerning the contents of the
philosopher's inaugural and messages will
bo moro timely after we bavo crushed
hydra-headed corruption, alias Grantism.
We know this is a great task, but wo have
not forgotten that Bulwer makos Riche
lieu say that the word Fall is not in tho
bright lexicon of youth. This fact encour
ages us, and wo propose, other gentlemen
being willing, to keop pegging at Grantism
until we wear it out, if it takes ft hundred
years. Then we will receivo tho wise sug
gestions of tho 'News' with patience, and
manage to procuro their insertion in the
public recommendations of the man who
got Ulyssns down.
MissNxllik Grant is to "como out"
this winter, and a grand full drois party
on the occasion will bo among the gayeties
of the season at Washington. If the Lib
erals and Democrats do their duty in the
campaign, her father will "come out" in
The evidences of fraud in the Pennsyl
vania olection are accumulating so fast
that the wayfaring man, though a fool,
must believe it tho most disgraceful thing
that has occurred in Amorlcan politics.
The men involved, whose sins havo found
them out, aro nearly all government offi
cials under Grant men who are directly
interested in Grant's success.
Tux Liberal canvass of Jackson county
is being pushed vigorously, by Albright
Mayhem, DeLancy, and Androws. In
Union county, Townes, Crawford, Hoi
comb and Condon, are making things live
ly. This week Union will bo thoroughly
canvassed again, and next week the dose
will be repeated. The "Gazette" Is doing
most excellent work for the causo. We
predict that tho Old Guard of Egypt will
roll up a majority for Greeley, Koener and
Wall of anywhere from 800 to 1,100.
The "Tall Sycamore of the Wabash"
takes his defeat kindly, and, rising to ex
plain, praises Greeley with all his mlht
and main. Unfortunato Voorhees, why
didn't you hold your tongue when the
discreet Tburman and other sly boys
pushed you forward to blazo away at
Greeley and ascortain the drift of the
public mind? You were either a very
ingenuous or very soft politician. Having
been decently laid out in your political
coffin, you make a handiomo corpso.
May you rest in peace I
A MISCHIEVOUS PORKER.
A Hogg is raising the devil with the
Radicals In the Fifty.flfth ditrlct. ne Is
rooting up all the political crop sowed
with so much labor by Ferrel, aud the
probabilities are that that gentleman will
reap nothing. Hogg is a minister of the
gospel and therefore especially adapted to
polities, but seems a little out of place
rooting outside of the Radical sty. Mc
Cartney is to blame, and unloss that gen
tiMsan is mistaken in the extent of bis
IfJuyot, Xr. Farrsl's cake is dough. Mac
may be, but altogether unfitted to repre
sent an intelligent and onergetic constit
uency anywhere. Personally ho is a vory
clever gontleman. Wo like him, and If
he were a candidato for an office adapted
to bis abilities justlco of tho peace or
momber of tho town council of Carbon
dale wo should unhesitatingly declare
that he might do. But for congress I
Tho suggestion Is a joke 1
This is the manner in which wo hnvo
handled Mr. Clomcnts, and wo do not bos
It ate to appeal to the public whan wo as
sort that moro gentle troatment of such a
subject would bo impossible I And yet
tho 'Tribune ' has tbo effrontery to assert
that we are guilty of abusing Clements I
The 'Tribune' must urco somo cbargo
against Tux Bulletin less transparent
AN UNSEEING ' TRIBUNE.'
The Du Quoin ' Tribuno ' is as blind as
those who, seeing, refuse to see. It declarer,
and does so, we have little doubt, with a
full knowlodge of the falsity of the de
claration, that it hM not seen in any of
the papers advocating the olection of Mr.
Wall a denial of the charge that he was a
Knight of the Golden Circle. That
charge was made in the commencement of
the campaign, and was promptly denied.
The proof was called for, but has not been
furnished to tho public. Mr. Wall was
never a member of that organization, and
when the charge was made during the war,
ho came to Cairo and demanded of the
military authorities tho names of witnesses
and the evidenco on which it was founded.
Tho authorities could not civo the
name of any man who was willing to as
sert that ho had evon a shadow of a rea
son for believing the charge truo, and ad
mitted that it had grown out of idle gossip.
It was one of tho lies sent out by mali
cious persons to injuro personal cnomies
and involve innocent men in difficulties
with the military power of the govern
ment. Mr. Wall is, and the DuQuoin
Tribune" knows ho is, and all tho tra
ducers of his patriotism aro well aware ot
the fact, devoted to the best interests of his
country, loyal to its government and an
active contributor to its prosperity. Tho
people do not believe the silly canards of
the Knight boogabo mon, and at tho polls
next month will vindicate Mr. Wall
against their aspersions.
WHERE DOES HE STAND ?
Tho Carbondalo 'New Era' Is anxious to
know whore Mr. Wall stands on tho tariff
question. Tho 'Now Era' manifests by
its ignoranco a lamontablo lack of enter
prise. It does not know what no other
person Is ignorant ef, that Mr. Wnll is in
sympathy with the revenue reform move
ment and is an Advocate of a low tariff.
In all his speoches he has made public this
fact, and the 'Now Era' elthor tells a false
hood or is inexcusably ignorant wbon it
says it does not know where Mr. Wall
stands on tho tariff.
But if it is Important that Mr. Wall's
position on this question should be statod,
It is also important that Mr. Clements
should be placed in an une
quivocal position in regard to
it? Where does he stand? Will
the 'Now Era' and that model of tho low
downess of Radical truthfulness, tho Du
Quoin 'Tribune,' answer us ? Wo demand
But lot us suggest to tho great journals
wo aro interrogating, that it will not do to
say that Mr. Clomonts agrees with tho
Philadelphia platform in regard to tho
tariff. That platform is, wo know, a high
tariff platform, but it was wordod by tho
Ingenious rascals who control tho Radical
organization in so shrewd a manner that
it will also stand for a low tariff platform
In a low tariff community. Mr. Cloments
avails himself of this fact, and whether he
is a tariff or anti-tariff advocate
depends upon wbethor ho is in
a tariff or anti-tarifl community. Ho
avoids the question in his little harangues,
through which courses tho smallest of all
littlo streams of common sense, and when
interrogated, ascertains how his interro
gator stands upon the question and then
manages to mako bis reply conform to his
questioner's belief. Ho has, we assert, dur
ing this campaign, declared both for and
against protection, nd when in doubt
about his surroundings has been equivocal
leaving the poople still In doubt whotbor
the snake that made the track was going
tariff-ward or coming back.
This kind of electioneering may bo of
the "smart" kind, but it will not do. Mr.
Clements is oitbor in favor of a tariff for
revenuo, the only constitutional tariff, or
he Is in favor of a protective tariff?
Where does ho stand? That is tho ques
tion. Como out, Ikey, and reply.
Our Homo Advertisers.
On Eighth Btreet, between Commercial and Wash
ngton Avenues, is daily reoelvlnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTKR STYLES.
Besides a lull line of
BOHSntTIETB &c HATS
ITrnnmed and untrtmmed,
KRBNOB FLOWERS. 1UB110N3, TKIMMINQ3
of all klndf, Laces, etc., etc.
Mr. McOee ha also large Miortmcnt o
Fancy Articles, such as
NECK TliJS, COLLARS, UNDER8LKEVE3,
HUFFS, HASHES, FANS,
And all other articles usually found In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mrs. Mcflee, In addition to her stock of Fancy
and Millinery floods, has a flno and complete as
sortment ol Cincinnati Custom Made Ladles
ind Misses' Shoes and Chlldrene" Hoot, Mark
and In Colors. Thr-so are acknowledged to I
trie finest and best shoes In tho market, and thli
the only place In tho city that make them a
MRS. M. SWANDER,
hM opened out an extensive stock of
All ot which are entlretv new and of ths '.err
LATEST SPRING GOODS.
THE STOCK COMPRISES
HATS. BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant assortment of
LACKS, FRINOKS, KID OLOVKB, U08IEHT
and all articles usually kept In a first-claw mil
Mr. Hwander Invites the public to call and in
rcther stock, which she will take pleasuroln
howlng In old aa well an new ctlMotr or.
MTOVEM, TIXWAUK, KTC,
EVEN! N G
MR. CLEMENTS GENTLY HAN
Our doar friend of tho Du Quoin 'Tri
une' is distressed about The Bulletin.
That papor is afflicted with tho mania of
exaggeration, and whenevor it speaks of
this paper towers into the high region of
broad lies. In the last number we find tho
assertion that wo bavo given birth to a
'multitude of falsehoods" about Capt"
Clements and tho Republican candidates,
and have stepped asi Je to vent our "spleen,
without regard to truth, on all Republi
cans and Democrats aliko who will not
'bow at It disreputablo Qreeloy-Wall
' political altar," etc.
Wo havo treated Capt. Cloments with
remarkable leniency. Wo have said vory
little about him. lie is so vory Inconsid
erablo In importance, has amounted to so
small a quantity, that we have boon com
pelled to say littlo in opposition to him.
If a post bad boen nominated forcongress
what couldjwe have said abusive of tho
post in addition to the charge that, being
a post, it would bo altogether an im
proper representation of this district in
congress? And what more forcible objec
tlon can we'make;to dementi than the
objection kthat he is Clements? To
ay this is to say that the
Radical candidate Jot congresi in this
district amounts to very little intel
lectually, Is, so far as usefulness in con
grass li concerned, a post, ornamental
From now until the first of January we
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Commercial avenue and Eighth street.
Charles-ad March II, 1MB.
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO
A. B. 8AFFORD, President;
S. 8. TAYLOR, Vice-President;
II. HVSLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
P. M, BiactAT,
P. It. H.ni.l
R. II. GORMNaRia,
Pivl o. Bcuch,
II. F. IISttlDAT,
J. M. Pb-illim.
DepoalU el susjr Aaioaat Received from
Tea Genu Upwards.
TNTKUPHT .M nn .1 .k. .... - ...
J. percent, per annum, March Island Septem
ber 1st. Interest not withdrawn Is fded tmme
d ately to the principal of the deposits, thereby
rItIdk them compound Interest.
KARRI BD WOMEN AND CHILDREN HAT
SO THAT RO OKI ILSI CAR DRAW IT.
Open over business day from a.m. to S p.m
and Baturdav evening lor BAV1NO DEPOMITb
only, from t to o'clock.
auotl w. HTBLoP. Treasurer.
Our Homo Advertisers.
VeHHIftMION ARB rORWABDINO
FORWARDING and COMMISSION
The Master Spirits op the "World,
Tub Treasure House op America.
THE OREAT HOOK OT THE TEAR.
Agents report sales or 25 to 100 copies
In a few hours or days. PuosrECTUs Fuek.
Addresi J. W. UOODSPKED,
Kaw York, Chicago Cincinnati, Bt. Louis
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, r . $100,000
W. I. HALLWAY, President;
II EN It T L. HALLIDAY, Vice-President)
A.li.HAPKOKD, Cashier i
WALTER HYHLOP, Assistant Caabier.
Htaats TAitoa, Robcbt U. Cciqha,
HBT L. IlALUDAT, W. P. IlALLIDAT,
Oto. D. Wiliiaraok, HrtritiR Hi an
A. H. Hirroau.
exchange. Cola oad United Ntatee
toads Botiajhl aad Mold.
EPO-HITH recelted, and a general heoklni
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIP.L I1UKD, "reeldenti
KOHKKT. Mll-.'i l. ie.Prelleat
U. N. It t; n II EH. Cah!er.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE.
EXCHANGE, coin, bank noU- and Unib.1
titatea recurlllea bought and eold.
latere! Allowed oss Time Isepoelu.
millRTV-NINTII report of the condition o
Xthe First National Mink of Cairo, llllnolt, at the
cine of builncu October 3d, l7i
Ioin and discounts I W.'iU 91
Overdrafts l.lnl M
U S. lionds to secure circulation IW.H.M S7
U S. bunds and securities on
hand 3,'J.) 03
Other stocks, bonds and mort
!ue from redeeming and re
serve agents 2C,lt M
Due from other national banks... C,7l 1!
Due from baaks and bankers... W
Keal estate 4H,:j1 78
Furniture amd futures.. 3,U3 l'J
Current enrxnses 3,010 S3
Cash items, including revenue
sumps .... to W
Tates paid M it
Cash on hand in coin I,ti7i 07
Currency :K,1I1 M at.W 4
f'ap tal stock M)
Kicliange, Interest, profit and loss G.Oie 40
Circulation outstanding li,m 0)
Individual deposits lOf.K'C 30
Stale of lUimls, Alexander county, ss.
I, Daniel llurd, president of the First IN'atlona!
Hank of Cairo, do solemly sear that the above state
ment it true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Subscribed and swom to befote me this Tenth day
of October, Ifli.
LHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
Correct Attest ;
II MEYER", )
HOH'T. W. MILLER, V Directors.
D. IIURD, J
OEPORTof the condition of the City National
J Hank of Cairo, at Cairo, In the state of Illinois at
doseof business October 3d, IS?.
Loans an.l discounts sJ..SIT
Overdrafts 3 itl i
U 5. bonds to secure circula
tion.. Ki,) Ol
U. b. bond on hand ;, i;vj U)
Other stocks, bonds and mort- '
,.Kaejs : 3,li00 7'J
Due from redeeming and re
serve agents 1HVM 51
Due from national banks 31,137 S'J
Due from sute banks and bank.
, 21.1(i3 04 117.300 8
Hanking house 23,'niO W
Other real estate 111,000 t 35.010 (KJ
Current expenses BJ7C M
?. paid............ 125 U)
( ash items. Including stamps., 4,577 78
Hills of national banks 4,7GO OU
Fractional currency, Including
nickels 2,327 m
Specie, coin B.BW 61
Legal tender notes iilwo W 38,550 20
Capital stock paid in 100,000 00
Surplus fund SE5.0UO W
Exchange o ftlj 67
"'", IMW 39
Profit and loss 2lfi3i 00 .13,951 02
Circulation outstanding Wi itfi 00
Individual det-osits 83i'tnl 30
Due to state banks aud bankers. 7,000 C7
SUte of Illinois, county of Alexander, ss. .
,llA t,jif!o,"S' c,"'lier of .,ne Cl,y National Bank
pi Cairo, do solemnly swear that the above sutement
Is true to the best of my knowede and belief.
ci 1. . , arrusH, uasnier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th day of
It. II. CUNNINGHAM,-)
w li' V,,.I5V.A.MSON Directors.
11. L. HALLIDAY, J
BOUT AND NUOE MTOHK.
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commercial Ave., near Athonoum.
Keep on hand good usortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES,
And Mine' and Children's Gaitibi and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which they sell at the
VERY LOWEST FIGUBX8.
Call aud XxAUua.
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
And Agents of
IU10 HIVBR AMD KAVAWBA
70 Ohio Levee,
DBAIiBE I3ST LIME
Ckukht, I'lahtkk Paris,
PLASTERER'S II A I R,
NO. 71 OHIO I.KVKK, UNDXK CITY NATION
KSTKor the tiuriosc of IiuIIiIIdjc up a
wholesale trade In Cnlro, I will sell to deal
er and contractors In lots of M barrels and
upward, at manufacturing prices, addlnu
Cairo, Aurust 13, 1872.
J. M. l'UILLIPS & CO.,
(Huccesaors to E. li. Hendrtcaa A Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
sAajS Liberal Advancements made 2sf
tsS upon Consignments. aTT TI
Are prepared to receive, store and forward
freights to all pomu and Uij and
sell on commlMion,
aVIlunlnesf attended to prornptlf;
WOOD RITTENHOUSE & BUO.,
(.i enent 1 Commission Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS roa FAIRBANKS SCALES
Ohio Levee, CAIRO. 1LLLSOIS.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Huccesaora toHtratton, HndaonA Clark,)
57 Ohio Leveo, Cairo, Illinois.
JOHN R. PHLLIS & SON,
(Buccessors to John II. Willlta,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Cor. TENTH-ST. ami OHIO LLVE
R. A. Cunninuham. Felix Crtoss,
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
Kticcc.orH to Lonurgan & CuHiilugliam,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AND DCALKItS IN
AND MILL FEED.
C. D. MATUUBS..
K. 0 .UUL
MATHUSS & UHL,
Commissi on Merc hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
mo. m um.
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