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JfcobWradieyutlbld Jroiidejit' fWih.c
vlck county. Indliuiu, Eliot himself through
the hciul a fow dhyi hgo, nlrtl'dlcd instantly.
Family troubles arc said to bo tho cnusc.
The Oftlconda IIorald' inyi Hit Hvahs villb
Crml and I'aducnh railroad company have
rgunlzcd(wlth a capital, jtock f $1,000,900.
Tho rood will )us through (jolcondu.
Tho Ohio ltopublican fitato Convention met
on tho 23d lust, frcnutor John Hliorninn wa
president. The Jireent Governor, ITnycJ,
Kocrtnry Fijjh atid.SonntorSumtier uro not
bcml(!. Their socio.' relations continuo
friendly. :'HJ'ny tho 'VYVlilngloHi gossips.
Vi'q uro jirumWl jwff fractional -currency
notes on tho'lst orJuly.
The comptroller of tho currency, nt the na
tional capital, has ramoved from office many
of llio fcmnlo clerks. AVLero U Pmc Anlfic-
SniiHgler, ono of tho ulloced cotiMitntteri for
tho assassination of Lincoln, !iu prepared a
tatf inert for publication. Iloclaitasto bnan
innocent and fearfully jiarsacnlcd num. '
I'rlnoe Henri, of Hourbon, who lately mur,
ried .Mln l'syno, un American lady, U a can.
iidatofor the Sjjanlsh throne.
Tlie .Mcniphiv polled niado a raid the other
night, or. (ho keno rooms, and attested all the
propriutor in that city.
Geary, prenjiit Irii'itinbcnt; link been renora.
inatcd,by tho ltndlcaW of )'cmuylvnnla, for
Govornor rtf that State.
Mrs. Nlchol, dau;btcr of John J. FuwUer.
of Huntsville, Alabama, shut herself accldon
tnlly, on tho inoruhig uf t':e 2&1 tint., with
hcr haband piitol, which she had taken
from the iiiiuitebpluco to put nway. The ball
enioreu the Jowsr part of her throat, In front,
and pasied out through tho spinal column be
, hind. Jlcr.body was inituntly twrnlyxwl.
ine wound I reiriirded mortal.
General Haiuorlv it talked of til the Demo
crntie candidate for (iovernor of Pcnnrlvn
nla. The New York '.Sun jay he "lie is ono
of tho handsomest men In the country, though
.of latu ho bus Inclined rather tm much to
obesity, andadviiei him to practice- tho ve
IocIiknIo forty-lnch machine, two hour a
day la looie grarel which will rIme hh stj.
Grant ha run through nil his uwn and his
v. ires relation, all hi old friends, and, It is
to bo hoped, nil hi outributors. and hnvnow
appointed oueSlandford to b itup.-ctnr of
ncnmiMinl nt Ht. I.oiilr, ror bilnt; "an old
4rhooliitato of .Mrs. Grant."
Fornoy says Georgia is hoiwiey gone un.
us Congros again intervene. The Dcuioc.
have the advantage in this .Statu, and will
hold it if their usurpation i not counteract
cd, ' Of wiirfo Ponj;re should counteract
Democracy, or what U the uo of a Con
1 . . .. ! . t .
uuaia. vjiiiucieu, incnv nas been no
further action In regard to the reduction of
tho clerical forco in tho war depurtwent. Tho
order wits inued discharging them all; then
,t was susponded, and thus it remains, while
tho t onouiical udmiuittnttors of the govern
mcnt felicitate thcmelvs ujmih having de
ceived tho public- with n domon. (ration, of
The great railroad humbug, John V, Frc
mont, U tho managing sjirit of tho propoed
Southern Transcontinental, or ")lemhij, K1
I'aio and l'aciflc llailroad. He I now in
Franco to receive money from Froneh capital,
ills to pay for Iron, etc. fc'o say tho public
prints ; but wo doubt tho truth of tho state
ment It thtf JhaiMn-the-mlddlo-partlug
humbug ovor,accouplUied anything but suc
cess at tho busfnoss of blowing his own trum
pet, we are- fgnsranl of the fact. Tho Trans.
Continental road may Jo built, but notbeforo
the superior and shorter International, and
not while Fremont hat aiivlhing to do with
RepprU from nil parts of thu cntiutry
liulicato un tibuuUuut liarveat,
. . .
Tlio Now York 'Journal of Coiumcrco'
sftya: "It Is uotibonso for clergymen
who Imvo bcou preaching and praying
politics twice ovory Sunday, to expect
that by meeting In convention annually,
and adopting resolutions deploring tho
desecration of tho Babbatli, they can neu
tralize Jho,Iegit.Imato ull'ect of tholrown
teachiugri tho reat of tho year."
Tho New York 'Sun,' referring
Soward.liayi: , VHefpro atartlntr
nrebent tour ho slateiL vttrvoxnliaitlw tlm
there would bo n brcak-ap of Tresldtint
Grant'a ailmlniatration, which ho pro
nounced tho weakest administration tho
country has over hud; and ho assigned
ono reason for going away that ho wished
to bo as far oil" an possible when tho
break-up takes place."
Tho Chicago 'Times' ay that the num
ber of ovnngollcal gentlemen, both cler
gymen and laymen, composing tho
ovnngollcal couroronco" iu that city, and
whoso proceedings have been heralded all
over tho country by tho telegraph,
amounted to Just thirty. Such was tho
uumori'ial composition or tho body which
proposes toieconslruot the services of tho
jj jtj xaur xno.
X O XX 4 " irJi
n.'i.'i r-ti M"! iii i '
ST. LOUIS, OmOAGOi-CINCINNAU,
t AND jSOUTIIJSRN ILLINOIS.
Chicago owca her cmlnenco to rallrbadn.
In the race for wealth, population and
commercial greatness she has outstrip-'
ped Ht. Louis and Cincinnati, because
her people have built railroads for them
nelves, whlio Cincinnati and St. Louis
have satHh , folded hands, expecting
others to build railroads for them.
Cincinnati, however, is now waking
up to the enormity of her inaction in
fills particular; atultqatqno for past de
IlnquVnclcs,' proposes to invest ten mil
lloiiB of dollars in a siuglo road. So in
'tense, indeed, Is her now-boru zeal, that
she proposes to rejoico' amidst the crash
of n thousand guns when it i announced
that tho proposed investment has met
thopebplc'H'approval. She hnsfioenher
more enterprising sister on Lake Michi
gan wrest from her tho distinguished and
flattering title of "Queen Cify of. the
t. i .. i . ...i.i .
west;" nas hccu inc wjue-uwaKO mer
chants of that city widen tho circuit of
their trade and wrest from her hands
biibiuesH to which she imagined she held
an Indefeasible title. Cincinnati saw all
this, saw tho "young giant" of Illinois
overshadowing her, hut slumbered on,
unmindful of her own until the enerva
ting cflbotH of her old fogy sluggishness
manifested themselves In every depart
ment of Iter business, and told of an end,
boyoud which were ruin and decay. At
fills point she aroused herself; became
enthused with a new spirit, nnd made
bold dash iu tho only direction she cau
look for the menus to re-establish horself
In the eyes 'of the world as tho peer of
We refer to the awakening iu Cinoin
uatt with pleasure. The days of her old
'fogylsmaru evidently uumbered, and
a new and bolter era for her is dawning.
Hut St. Louis! What can wo say of her I
noiurogyism couid no personiutd wo
could point to that city, and declare:
"thou art 'Old Fogy' in th flesh.' Chi
cago has shot aloft like a rocket and her
course is still onward and tiuward; CIu
clnnatl liaa aroused herself to tho dc
mauds of tho times; but SU Louis, sloth'
iui, letuargic auu urowsy, pro Ills by no
example, Is excited by no rivalry, asks
for help but Bhovvs herself undeserving
of it, expects prosperity without working
for it, and thrift without industry.
St. Louis is now, to all intents and
purposes, cut off front the business of a
I .. 1 1 .. ii. . Til. ' mi .
uirgu puruuu oi oouiueru Illinois. luo
tnrlflof trolnUU Ly ruil houoa to At.
Louis, and from all that region South of
Du Quoin is absolutely prohibitory. Chi
cago by surcvd aud superior manage
ment has almost isolated her. She has
no lino of communication with Southern
Illinois. The trade is Important yet
with a short-sightedness that almost
surpasses comprehension, she Insulting
ly rofuHes to contributo a uollar towards
opening up such communication. Tho
people of Southern Illinois arc Incurring
heavy debts to build railroads that will
redound as largely to the advantage of
St Louis as to themselves; counties
whose wealth doe notexecodono million
of dollars vote ono-llftlt of tho whole
amount to provide such roads, yet St.
Louis, equally interested, and boasting
of wealth that may bo counted by hun
dreds of millions of dollars, does not give
one dollar! People that city with
Chicagoans, aud all tho Egyptian roads
having a termini iu St. Louis would be
built. Thero would bo uniou of effort
city and country would work together;
but St. Louis, as at "prosonfpooplod;
permits tho country to" 'build tho roads,
closing her lookers with a positive (map
it u i-u ivocvuii iu uaiuiiu usaisiuuco.
Canvass tho United States, tho world
at large, and a parallel caso of blind
llliberaiity cannot bo found. Southern
Illinois, or much of it, is tributary to 8,.
Louis. It Is wllllug to pay its tribute if
proper channels of communication are
provided. What is tho policy of St.
Louis? Does sho provide tho needful
thoroughfares? No! Sho says to the
country, "if yon want to Increase your
contributions to my business aud wealth,
you must provide your ow n roads, aud
don't bother mo about It. I wont glvo
you a cent!"
Tho Cairo & St. Louis railroad cad bo
put umlercontract, when ouo mllllou of
dollars aro subscribed. Tho country re
presenting a wealth of ton millions of
dollars has subscribed $750,000 of the
sum. Will St. Louis, that Is equally in.
tnrestod, and represents a wealth of a
quartor of a billion of dollars, subserlbo
tho remaining ?250,000? No! Sho has
bean asked, and refuses to glvo n ceuU
That'H St. Louis. Wo need not com
THE FIFTEENTH AMENDMENT.
Oniotal in farmatlnn linu rnnnn rnnnfirA1
ac tbo b'tato Department of tho ratifica
tion by Florida of the fifteenth amend
ment. Tills leaves but four more States,
not counting Indiana, to mako three-
fourths of tho thirty-soven States that are
necessary to mako tho amendment part
of tho constitution. Vermont and Rhode
Island havo yet to voto on it, and Vil
glnla, Mississippi aud Texas aro required
to ratify it, aaa, condition precedent un
der tho lust reconstruction law.
jlo jl until oui, xnoimon
EVAlfsiVLLEANDffllE TRADE fbF
Evansvlllo onco uomrxanded the en
tire trade of the Waba valley. Tho
ibulldlng of numerous lites of cast and
west railroads took it aay from, her.
however nud MlVitfed It between' St.
Louis, Chicago, Indiannjolls and Cincin
to this matter, says tbattho town must
profit by Its experience, and mot permit;
lhoCair6"4TVincohnesrlroatIto rob It.
of the trado it now (ommauds from
Southern Illinois. Lotto Calyo & Vln
cennes railroad be conyUl'cdt, says tho
'Courier,' skirting, tho vfest bank of the
Wabash, and running tirough the Ohio
rlv6r Her of counties, thi's affording (ho
citizens an opportunity tt reaching Cairo,
Cincinnati and SC. IuIs moro readily
than they can reach JSvansvllle, before
the Evansvlllo & BL Luiis road is begun,
and our pcoplo may bll farewell to tho
harvest wo havo so loiiz been roanintr in
It is evident. thattheEvansvillians aro
carefully studying tie situation. Tho
Evansvilfe. Carrai & laducah road Is to
run upbn that belt of country lying be
tween tho line of tho Cairo &. Vinccnnes
road and the Ohio river; and to furnish the
residents as advantrgoous a route to
Evansvlllo as the C. ' V-road wjll tarf
nlBhthotn (o Cairo. Business relations
between these pcoplo find Evansvlllo be
ing already established it is believed that
thev can bo malntaiied, if tho lino of
communication with Evansvlllo is made
to equal that with Cairo.
We shall not quarrel witlt Evansvlllo
oil this score, but we cannot withoid tho
expression of our belief that Cairo must
command tho patronage of all that re
gion of country traversed by the C. A V.
railroad. Tho corn, tobacco and pork of
tho country will find their way to tbo best
market, by tho most direot route. Until
Cuiro can compete with New Orleans In
,the purchase of such products, they will
'pass through Cairo en route for Now
Orleans. So Cairo may becomo tho
market foj-, tho products of tho couutry
aud in any event will bo tbo entrepot
forthom. Evansvlllo, for obvious reasons,
can never occupy either of these rela
tions. We shall not be so unreasonable as to
claim, however, that Evansville'fl at
tempt to retain tho trade of a large por
tion of Southern Illinois will prove en
tirely fruitless. Wo do not thlnt so-J
Thero isalluhtor nniljirnhohij-.wn njiml.
Iy profitable trade tbatshe may retain iu
pile of nil competitors. Tho Illinois
counties bordering tho Wabash river,
aud two or three of thoso lying upon the
Ohio, may aud probably will continue to
patronize Evansvlllo dry goods and fur
nlturo houses, her drugstores and queons
waro stores; and Kransvllle, In return,
may prove, to the people of these con
venient counties, a satisfactory market
for dried fruits, beans, eggs, butter and
vegetables. Wo shall not "mako a fight"
for these, bellovlngas wo do that Evaua
ville has u right to them as suburban per
quisites, and that, rhcn sho builds a rail
road or two to retain them, she
f hows herself deserving of them.
K MEMPIIIAX Il!i:.
orri'Hiuitdciicu ami obotl
Haw We Didn't 1'liflil, aud About Wlmt
fV Harnnrtl In lt Perforated.
ISomc'tltne"ugo7a local Item appeared
In the 'Bullotln,' which Mr. John Martin,
jr., local editor of tho Taducah 'Ken-
tucklan,' construed Into an insult. With
unnecccssary formality, ho dispatched a
friend q his to Cairo as( tho bearer of a
note, Vif which tho "local" was quoted,
and a retraction demanded. Tho note,
according to our construction of ibi con
tents, Mas but the beginning of what was
Intended to bo an appeal to "the code;"
and, regarding It in this light, wo wero
at onco palued and amused pained that
Mr. Martiu who is u gontlomitn wiUl
nothing like bravadoism In his character,
and with whom we have boon upon very
friendly terms, should wish' to quarrel;
and amused that he should deslro soscri
ouh a quarrel abauUo trilling an oflenso
as the 4 coutents of u locul squib.
We accordingly sunt to him, by post iu
reply to hls.ppte, a lettor of soihq length,
and told him, in a voln of humorous
pleasantry, what wo thought of "musses
in general," at tho samo tlmo expressing
our opiuiou that the ofl'cnso which had
aggrieved liitu was too light to quarrel
abouf. In n late numbor, otho. 'Ken
tuoklau tho note, and u portion of our
letter of reply, are, published. MrvMartln
tiays that tho omitted portion, tho second
nnd third paragraphs, is irrelevant, tho
truth of which asseatldii wo Admit with
out hesitation; but, slnco these
paragraphs aro not leugthy, and aro
not very heavy reading, wo havo con
cluded to glvo tlio correspondence in full.
Mr.. Martiu'n noto is as follows :
I"uiliicah, Ky., Juno 16, 1863.
Editor of the Bulletin. Cairo. Ill Rim
Iu the oveuiug 'Bullotln,' of the liitb,
H X3UuamK,'Ti' , ., .
t rer -i ii.mimi' mv.i
ins't.iwhich reached me . onlv toTdavv .4
I find aa artlelo iu the local coliirrJu'. bf
which tho following is a parf:
"Hero 18 a bOV's OBlakm of thn Palm
tobacco onarlict. aa. made pablie through
tho Padscau 'Keutuckian .' -
"'We found a lifsra crowd oolleoted.
am6ng whoin wo-labHced a great many
of ourbuyere, who were buying tobacco
td hrln ,it ,heto to.',fleUMagalri. They
seemed iu the very beat humor, a they
can bring it hero 'and make money. '
""Wo heard a great man v complaints.
nd heard several. of the planters . say
that thev would reject? the bids as thev
could' do much better In Paducah.'
' riin vnntirr tn art ivi fmmna 4-at Kn m.
w j u ia Maa uuuibouko lunyuw
rived toolato to get arty of' the $1,200,
dinner; but that's ho reason why ho
should go homo and tell n palpable
untruth." .. .
Tlie artI6Io to which you refer was writ
ten by a rcportcracati by o to Cairo,
nnd appeared In the local column of the
Dally 'Keutuckian.' As the local editor
of that paper I am responslblo tor wlmt'
appears in that column, editorially.
Every statement in the article referred
to can bo eubslanlated- by reliabio .gen
tlemen who wero present in Cairo. I
therefore demand a retraction of tho
pfTunslvo expression used in your article.
This will be handed to you by my friend,
Mr. C. E. Sears, who is authorized to
receive your answer:
Jmo. Martin, Jit.
Orrica or nia Ktihiu JU'Ltnix, 1
Cairo, Ills., June 17, lbO'J. f
Dear Sir: Yom of the 16tU lust., con
taining a quotatloa from thevjocal col
umns.of tne 'Bulletin,' in which this
language occurs concerning acorrcspon
dentdf tho 'Keutuckian:' "but that's
no reason why lie should go 'homo and.
tell a balpable untruth," hasr been re
ceived. After quoting tho Iqcai para-
grnphreferrcd to, you Inform mo that.
you are local euitor oi me 'JvcntucKian.
and, as a consequence, aro responsible,
for what appears in your columns; that,
the communication commented uooiu.
was written by a reporter sent by you to.
VUliu, auu iiiuv, tiiiiiciuiu, iiiu ucuiuiiu u
. .f 1.JL . ' I -i .
rciractiouoi iuv ouensive expression
used by the 'Bulletin.'
Now, although I urn not very familiar
with such matters, having, slnco my re
moval from Memphis, lived "among n
quiet people, this all smacks to mo of
pistols and cofieo for two." I regret to
deprive you or any anucipatcu pleasure,
but. fortunately forme, no doubt, I do
not recoguizo tho code, and look upon it
as a relic or uaruarism, unwortiiy tno
countenance of any person who sees iu
the civilization of thu present time an
advance from thu depredation and bru
tality of tno past, nut, even If I did ac
knowledge tho force of the dueling code,
being a citizen oi Illinois, l couiti not
fight without abandoning all right to
and unless, even if I gave up this right,
I should resigu my present offlco of may
or, before receiving a hostile message
from you or any person. I might, under
certain circumstances, bo induced to
yield tho right to hold ofllco hereafter
the right to bo Governor, or Congress
man, or State Senator, or Justice of the
Peace, or Constable, or Supervisor of
Roads so that J might have the pleas
ure of being perforated by your bullet,
but I shrink hack in dismay from the
thought of resigning the mayoralty of
Cairo, for, although the assertion may
siirprlso you aud astonish other Padu
cuhlaus, I assure you, in all seriousness,
that I would rather bo mayor of this city
than be shot. I now bear tho blushing
honors of the ofilco thick upon mo; and.
in payment of my salary, reoeivoa small
quantity of city scrip. I cannot outer
tain, even for a moment, tho thought of
foregoing these luxurle; even' wlie'nT
know that, by doing so; I might bo en
abled to Indulge iu the amusement of
being shot at.
However; If I.had uo obJeutiuutto that
most serious" arid wicked' of all follies,
tbo practice of duellug; and If, also, there
stood In my way no obstacle iu the
shape of constitutional provisions pro
hibiting a citizen of this state from fight
ing a duel without enduring a kind of
outlawry, I could not Induce myself to
figljt, or even to quarrel with you, about
tho little matter you havo taken so
much to heart, a mole-hill of otTeivse
which you have 'magnified Iritoa moun
tain of insult. Tho Idea that I should
stand up and shoot at you, aud allow you
to shoot at me, becquso the editor of my
paper intimated that a correspondent to
your paper hud told "a palpable untruth,"
is to mo extremely ludicrous. I cannot
contemplate It with uuy degree of sorl
ounnesf. It excites my risibilities, aud
calls up before me the days when I was
younger than I now am, aud lived in a
city where it was fashionable to booome
insulted for small cause aud to shoot aud
stab for excitement's Bake. I believe,
allow me to say, that when you shall
havo considered this maltera littlo moro
calmly, you will bo roady to admit that
I am right, and that you havo been
somewhat hasty, Iu sonding to mo, with
nil tho ceremony of a special bearer,
such n communication as that which I
received to-day from tho hand of Mr.
Sears, of your oity . , ...
Tho'artlclo quoted by you, .from,, tho
Bulletin' was written by XMr. ' Hitrrell,
without a thought of, giving ofletiso to
you or uny one. lie doubtless
thouuht vou would, (as your neigh
bor of tho 'Herald' often does), send
hack a Bonnd for his Ollyer, So. faf."
Lam concerned, I never savi" tho artlolo
until its appearance iu tho "Bulletin.'
and never saw tho communication until
Mr. Searscalled my attention to It to-day.
Tho astonished adage oxclahuflj "How
this world Is given to lying!'' but, so far
ns my knowledge of your brother (tho
correspondent) goes, Ihavo ovory reason
to believe ho would not deliberately tell
a palpablo untruth. I know him to bo a
very estimable boy, and I rogrot that tho
language complained of was used con
cerning him, Bo no doubt heard tho ex
pressions ho reported to.you, and I can
appreciate tho fact, that tho language
used by tho 'Bulletin' Would wound,
his feelings lean also understand how
you should feel aggrieved at tho ofl'eme-
i ; "JOHN H. OBERLY & CO.
'to vour brothnr; nnd. nln
matter so to Heart, I regret that tho artl-
vioowiunaineuoi appcarea in my paper.
Whpn Vnll hivn tltrnl lim. f 41.
.nciguborhood of luowspapor men of the
iiu"i juu wui not, a am sure, tano every
expression of banter or so verity In its
literal senso and demand a retraction or
a ilgbt. If you do, you will be one of the
busiest men in ail the world. The news
paper men of tho North aud West sel
dom fight duels, and only occasionally
ndulgo Jn tho pastime of a flst, cane,
knifo or pistol combaton tho street. I do
not deslro any amusement of the kind.
The weather, common senso and my in
clinations protest agalust tho thought. I
hope, therefore, you will not allow the
friendly relations existing between us to
be Uiatroyed, and that lu the future, as In
the past, you will allow mo to subscribe
myself Very Bofpectfully,
J No. H. OBEBJjY.
To Jmo. SUiik, Paducalr, Ky.
There has been a lawsuit iu Kendall
county, Illinois, under tho law of this
State prohibiting the introduction of
Texas cattle. Mr. Davis 1 mturtf(I n.
drove of these cattle. Mr. Lauroston
Walker let his cattle drink from a nond
.rom which tho Texas cattle had drank,
nd nine of Walker's cows had died. He
brought suit agalust Davis, and recov
ered $50 00.
jITY NATIONAL BANK. '
Report of the Condition
CITY NATIONAL BANK, CAIRO, ILL
, At the clouft of UuinoM Juno 12tli, 18(3.
Lean ami' Discounts ... .. .B130,S10 0
OtertlrnfM ...u.... 4,UIT 46
V. H. Hindi) to secure OrcuUtion.... loo,ouo ov
1' H. Ho mli on Imnil 0,bCQ CO
OthrrHtocks. IJoniMnnil MortKHgci-.. 21
Pup from Kertcrmlneanrt llQrrTc.t,tMitii... 10.S10 71
Uuo from other National llunks l,UU S
Duo from other Hank ami lUnkern 7,238 03
, Ji5,ouo i
Other Ural IUlo
( nh ilem. (InolililliiK ulamiial,
llirla nf other National ll:inkn.....
Kructlonnl Curreaojr (including Nickel')..
SiK"le... . .................... ..m.m. ......
l.vail n u'icr .TOiri , ia, w
I. S. Mint 600 00
Capltul SCK k tmi.l lii fllW.aiO 00
Murptm Fund 20,W 00
Ksahanecn - D.oTS 'M
lntrct.- M..-.10.797 (W
I'toltt and !.o 11,101 a. 30,003 SO
ClrnuUtlonotit.twiiJInjr txi.ooo vo
Individual Dpflt IM,tft7 17
Duo to other Uaitknaiiil Uuiktr. . 411 01
I, W. ItyIoji, AVt Coiner of
r.nr u.rj. jn.," ,n tolcniuly
latf inenl Inif to I lie I! or i
AVt Coiner of "The City National
awrmriit.il inf anorr
mv knowleiicn anil
oviiei. n. in.N.ur, munier.
Ptalpof Illlnol", Counlvof Alrxnnilcr,('ltr of Onlrn:
Sworn to and cuUcnU-d iNifnrn mo ihm 21th day of
June, ISCJ. II. II CANDHK, Notary I'ublio.
Correct at tcti U. I). WILLIAMSON,)
Il.II. CL-.NNINCHAM, f-Dir.-ctora.
W.I'. IIALLII1AV. J
UttST NATIONAL HANK.
Tivrnty.l'ourlli ltfjtorl uC the 'oiit!lf ton
T I ItST NAT I ON A 1, 15 AN K, CA IltO, ILL
Condition at duo of l'iilnoi, on V.'iJi nf Juno, W
IliiU r;l-aljl" .VI,02 13
Orer drafU 2,irw t
t' f. IlrtniU to ecur Olrcnlatlon MJM 00
V. H. Uouda and .Sociintlf on ll.ilnl. 5,710 CI
OthrS(ok'nnil Wml. 10A1 21
Pno from lUdmlnu Airi'nu - is.mt 10
Due from ollu r Niillonal IUnk
Due front other lWiika mid Hanker..
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Cash on hand InoliidiiiK ltorf nii.i
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HIIU of National HmiUi..... .,... ,iCW (
Kraintoiinl Currency,,, S.V 7
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I'rotlt wi Loan-
hull lillial I'enoitiio.y,,,..,
I)u llauka anO;ilaiiklir:
, 2C3,270 S
I, ('. Ni.HusSen, L'a.lu.u of tli Klr.t NatlO11.1l
nuk. Cl ro, Illluoia, dii noleinuly awvitr that thf
almre atalemen' ts true tu th Imk of my knoulxlue
and Mluf. C. N. lilfillKS, Cnahler.
Hiato of ItHnuL, County f Alexnndor:
Sworn l' and mii.mtiikmI lrorn me, tnia2nl ii
June, lew. AUe.ti H, 11. ii.vi, Notary tnibllo,
rtonmtT w. JtihLiin,-)
JOHN T. ItKNNIK. I
l. Iltl!l. ''' 1 I
fJlAN- HALH NOT1CK...
To ElUibeth T. Holhiool., Hurl.' J. Uiwery, John S
T. InKruhani, trui.. of the vitntp of Darlui.
11. iiujorooK, nr. cimiHl, joint t'on'orail Ulld ill!
others whom tint iiimv tuuwni
You, anil each of un, uro hereliy notiiled that at
the oalo ofulty loin, nt thn door of the oourt house,
uilhoiiily of Cioru, iullio county of Alexander ami
tUntonf llllnol. 011 the lOtli day of Ileceniber. 1. 1.
lto7. fur tho cuv tau t of huid uitv .of tlllm. .Inn nn.l
unpaid foi;tlin year (7, 1 Uiiiuui tliri iiiiwhxior of
tho follnvuiu aV-'-nlXil tot.mUMtml in thu rlty of
V'Mlft I.VUUI3 :i .lift
Xallder aud Statu nf Tlllnnlu
nluoh tfJd lot, iih
Hold 111 Uiaiiuin.i .if n. H. Hoi
Lot Nil. 7, 11
ok uuiu .
llft k mtiuljered SK, in 1 ho city
AtlhOKinu' wilo, on tiin day and p'aeo aforedatd.
iw for ilia nuino luxua ulurojiuid, dii and unpaid for
thypar)H7, C. VluUu Uocumo ll piiivhKj)r
llio follOMlnj; di-Ncrllffd lot, .allualed in tin? elty of
Cairo, county of Alexaudor and Stato of Illinois
uhmh lot mas Hold lit the uun" 'f l- II. llolbrookV
lHNo, 8, In Tllook No. 3, in lliu oily of Cairo,
ho duly ftlijned ml. I eertlrUvU of puri'luim to the
And 1 hut tlio iun'i' ii iy law lor tlie redemption
of Ihoaboto dPserliH-d city Intii, and ouch of them o
Mirejianed iu i'i.iT.ud on llu tt!i dv of Ui'cemtir.
18ii7, will oxplraon tho 10th day of Uwomber, lha.
and that imlo- .in'iier redeemod, I alull apply far
l deod for Hie poom-xlou of tho name.
II. W. UA.MI.IN.l'uruluiser.
t'ajio, illlnol., May 7. lew. (m.vl0d6
Koranew dometio artlclo.of great utility; meeU u
universal want! 'lh t ulchl ; uocoiuioitioii. Senit
utainji for olrtiular. LITl'LKl'IKLI) t -DAME, No.
102 Washington stroqt, Jloston, Mas. Je2twir