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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1872.
JOHN H. OBKBLY, Editor and Publisher.
TERMS OF THE DAILY BULLCTIKi
Om wee. by carrier , fS.
One year by carrier, In advance 10 00
One month, by moll, . .
Three rnontua .. ; XV
One rear B w
Tim DOLLAR WEEKLY BULLETIN
John IL Oberly has reduced the subscrip
tion price of the Weekly Cairo Bulletin
to One DolUr per annum, making It the
cheapest paper published In Southern Illinois.
of New York ;
TOE TtCR PRRSIDRKT,
B. GRATZ BROWN,
FOR -SECRETARY OF 8TATR.
FOR ATOITOR OF TOBLIC ACCOUNTS,
FOR STATE TREASURER,
OHARLKS N. LANPHIER.
FOR ATTORNEY OFNRRAL,
JOUN B. EUSTACE.
FOR CLERK SUPREME COURT NORTHERN
HI CLRRK BUTRRMR COURT CENTRAL
, DAVID A BROWN.
WW CLRRK OF SUPREME COURT 80 UTttRRN
B, A. I. WILBANKS.
FOR CONORK88 XIOIITEENTH DISTRICT,
GEORGE W. WALL,
of Perry County.
MEMBER BOARD OF EQUALIZATION.
of Randolph County.
WILLIAM A. LEMMA,
JOHN H. OBERLY.
We are authorized to announce JOHN Q.
BARMAN as a candidate for Circuit Clerk of
Alexander county, at the ensuing election in
We ars authorized to announce It. S. YO
CUM as a candidate for Circuit Clerk ot Al
exander county, at the ensuing election in
FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY.
We are authorized to announce II. W.
WEBB, ESQ., at candidate for County. At
torney, at the ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce P. II.
Popz as a candidate for County Attorney at
he ensuing November election.
We are authorized to announce PETER
SAUP at a candidate for Sheriff at tho ensu
ing Norember election.
We are authorized to announce HAMIL
TON IRVLN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Sheriff oi Alexauder county.
W are authorized to announco JOHN
a. G OSS MAN as a candidate for re-election
to the office of Coroner, subject to the decis
ion of the Democratic Convention
Sknator Hendricks is to address tho
people of Decatur and vicinity, on the
Tue students engaged in tho " hazing "
of the colored cadet at West Point are to
be expelled President Grant having
firmly set his foot down that such shall be
the penalty for this offenso against the
"boy and brother " by the white students.
"AtBANlNE 1 Sun" is the title our asinine
compositor has applied to the nowspaper
over the way. Assish printers are almost
as objectionable as Davis with his little
inkstand out of which he fishes with bis
stealing steel pen little common places of
political gabble and dawdles in a listless
way while be mumbles weak apologies
for Radical rascality.
Tbi liquor law of Ohio, similar in iu
working to that in Illinois, has given rise
to many curious suits among which may
be mentioned one now progressing at Col
umbus. A woman named Dunlap has
sued two dealers for selling her husband
liquor under the influence of which he
killed another man and dangerously in
jured herself. Tho law provides that the
dealer who sells an intemperate man liquor
under the effect of which he injures his
family, is responsible for the darnagos to
the Injured family. As the affair now
stands, tho woman males out a very plain
and aggravated case of injury done her by
ber drunken husband, and will doubtless
get a favorable verdict.
are one of those men who don't do any
thing for themselves and then grumble
because the world doe not walk In the
path tbey bellovo it should travel.
But don't let us quarrel, now. Let's
shake bands, and go in to win. Good I
That's the right kind of talk. Confound
tbo Liberal who would hesitate now 1 I(
there f a cloud above us why should we
despair 1 Wo have long labored for the
good of the country and have long waited,
and wo can, surely, for tho sake of our
good cause, labor still if still wo must
tary waiting for tbo good time coming.
When tho war Is hottest and tbe
fates seem to incline tho battle in favor of
tbo enemy tbo good soldier fights with
new vigor and moro determined bravery.
So must wo Liberals now. Tho time
has como when " Up guards and at
them I" Is the order, and who can say
that tho seemingly victorious chargo of
the Grant phalanx may not bo turned
into a rout that will becomo tbo
With every Democrat and Liberal at
his post the result is not doubtful.
Thereforo we urge you all, Liberals of
Egypt, to bo active until the close of the
polls on election day. Cheer tho despond
ent, urgo the active into greater activity,
convinco the doubting, pray with the
Bourbons, invoking the Lord to pour out
upon them common sense In a torrent,
and, by all means, havo tbo last man at
the polls on the oventful Tuesday of next
month, "big with tho fate of Cato and of
' Rome." Take off your coat and roll up
your sleeves, and go in t
GO TO WORK!
Mere, you Liberal fellow, allow us, just
for a moment, to put our fore linger into
button hole of your coat. Wo want to
talk to you.
You live in Blank and you must allow
us to say you ought to bo ashamed of
yourself. You l.iwt. .1...
- ium piaco are
torpid. There is something tbo matter
with you. You have manifested not
enough enthusiasm In this campa!.
Apologies, allow us to rooiark, in the
language of Dogberry, aro "odorous."
You needn't make them. You should tell
us that you didn't gel your man nomin
ated for congress, that there has been no
nominations made for county offices, that
your editor hasn't been himself-bain'
led in all movements and paid the greater
prt of tbe expense. This wont da
Why don't you attend to your political'
auty and holp make tbe "things" of tbe
ptrty right at the right time and keep
Usmb right ? You'r almost a fraud, or, as
Iks Uwyer had it, " f.r.i r.RK.0
' 9BDD, gentlemen of the lurv i' t
We are not of that number of Demo
crats who believe it to be tbe duty of tbe
supportors of Mr. Greeley to protest that
all tbo Liboral leaders aro models of wis
dom, in whom there is none of the frailty
of judgment common among the wisest of
mank!nd,or to assort everywhere and on all
occasions that thoso men have made no
mistake, but havo been, since tbe incep
tion of their revolt against Radical mis
rule, sojourners in a pathway running
parallel with the very highest good of the
republic, and in which could not bo found
even the odor of selfishness. We do not
believe this, and we do believe tbe people
cannot bo convinced that perfection of
judgment and the consummation of pa
triotism is to be found anywhere,
not even in tho Liberal and Demo
cratic ranks. We aro all, we fear, liable
to stumble into mistakes, and we know
tho Liberals have not been an exception
to the rule. To assert that they have
been is to lie; and to attempt to deceivo
tbe people by falsehood is foolishness
The Liberal movement bos in its record
mistakes, to discuss which now is unnec
essary. Let us, friend of Bourbonic pro
pensities, ndmlt this for your gratification;
but has it not also merits
Which you as a simon-pure Democrat
must applaud? Let us see now. You
have protestod to us have sworn by Jef
ferson and Jackson and Madison and
Monroe, that you are opposed to central
ization. You have quoted from the de
bates in the constitutional convention to
convince us that this is a federal
and not a national government,
that tbe states aro the source of
power and tho government at tbe centre
their creature ; and need we call to your
recollection the fact that, in this connec
tion, you have often thrilled our blood
with tho eloquent exclamation : "Tell me,
'sir, can tbe creature be greater than tbe
'creator?" Lord bless you, no de
cidedly no I We agree with you, and it
necessary will go before Judge Brots and
deliberately take a solemn oath tbat no
creature was ever greatorthan itscroator I
But, friend" of our political soul, did
it over occur to you, that in
throwing cold water in the
Greeley cause you aro stultifying
yourself, that you are giving aid and com
fort to tho centralizcrs, the men who be
llovo tho government at Washington
bould bo erected into a great power in
the shadow of which tbo statos would be
brouded from view and become insignifi
cant, the mere rocorders of tbe decroes
from tbe centre? We know you are a
stubborn man, confound you I We know
sledge hammers should sometimes be em-
ployed to beat common sense through
your thick skull tbat you lovo
high debato, and bocorae torpid when
the tide of success runs in your favor that
you fiourish like an AlDino rose Avnn
when storms are abroad and desolation is
the general rule-that you aro tbe Mark
Tapley of American politics, but you aro
patriotic and love your country, and hate
Its oppressors. We know this, nd, with
all your faults, wo lovo you still. Well
then, put your stubborness aside for a
time, and admit facts! You have asserted
that tho tide of power for a long timo has
been flowing to tbe contor. You
re right, and If the stream 1. t
"We it will flnallv .w.ll
ana become, if
your Bourbonic matter-of.f.ctodn.s,
will allow the figure, the Mississippi river
will overflow all barriers and carry deso
lation with its tide, iweoplng away tbe
prosperity of the people with all their
liberties, and mgulplng the rights of the
states In Its destructive torrent.
How ere we to get the better of this
stream of centralisation ? Why, my dear
sir, we must either dry it up now with tho
sun of Greeleyism turn it into a safo
channel by a barrier of Greeleyism con
trol it by the power of Groeleyism, or al
low It to run on in its present dangerous
course until it has destroyed the republic,
or we have found a political Moses who
can command Its waters to divldo, sr.
that the ark ot tho constitution may bo
carried safely through It to tho Land of
Promise away over yonder on the other
Do be qulot I You needn't tall us that
Greeley has boon ono of tho centralizcrs
in the put Do you think wo are stupid ?
We know ho has been, and we havo con
sequently denounced him on occasions
as an old political wretch. But don't
you recollect tbat Saul went out of Jeru
salem to persecute tho Christians, and on
the road to Damascus becamo con
verted to tbelr faith and thereafter bad the
privilege of enjoying persecution himself?
Greeley was the Saul of Radicalism, but
bis road towards Damascus ran through tbo
South, and while he was pursuing it with
evil thoughts in his good old heart, tho
great light of Liberalism shown out upon
him, and tbo voice of Patriotism, tho good
genius of Democracy, fell upon his ear
saying: "Horace, Horace, why persecuted
'thou me?" Anddown wentSaul Greeley,
the persecutor of the faithful, on his face I
After awhile he rose up again. Tho scales
dropped from his eyes and ho became our
Paul, the leader of tbe faithful, tho de
nouncer ot centralization of power, the
advocate of local self-government, of re
form and true Democracy, of all the tenets
of our faith except in tbo one littio matter
of tho tariff, which, liko tho doctrine of
election, among the soldiers of tbe
cross, tbe followers of tbo Lamb,
is yet a matter of dispute fol.
lowers of H. G., the opponents of Grant
ism. "Why, my dear Bourbon, Greeley's
Letter of Acceptance is as eloquent as a
chapter from the converted Saul's Epistle
to the Romans, and his speeches through
tbe West are indeed, and in truth, a grand
Epistle to the Americans, as sound as tbe
Epistle to the Hebrews are tho platform of
all true men who detest the centralizing
tendencies of Radicalism and its other
What became of-Paul? Wasn't ho
martyred by tbo people he desired to love ?
And Greeley, tbe Apostlo of Liberalism,
may be martyred by you Bourbons wbo
worship the divinity at whose altar Le
now ministers. Because he was onco a
sinner, you now stono him. If be is
" martyred " at all you will bo bis execu
tioners. Your reward will be hoard in
tbo shouts of the enemies of your fuilb,
in the rejoicing cries of Radicalism. If
you can find consolation in that fact, go
to bed with it, my dear sir, and may tbe Old
Boy fly away with you.
No matter. The blood of tho martyrs
is the seed of tbe cburcb, and even if Gree
ley should be sacrificed to Radicalism by
Bourbonlsm, out of tbe seed of that sac
rifice will spring tbe stalwart trco of Suc
cessful Liberalism, in tho shade of which
the republic will securely rest. In tbat
timo, while enjoying tbe protection of the
government saved by common sense, you
will wonder why your neck was so stiff,
your reason so dull, your patriotism so
torpid, that, in 1872, encouraged by the
money changers who occupied tbo Temple
and denied the political Christ, you stoned
the Apostles of Reform and stood in pub
lic places with the debauched followers of
Grant, tbat motley crew of much bad
brought into great distinctness by being
mixed in contrast with a little good.
Go to, you are no such man I Accept
tbe Gospel of Liberalism, and be happy.
Now is the accepted time. Harden not
your heart. vCome and enjoy political
Let us pray I
Our Home Advertisers.
arroviK. TINWARK, SV1),
DEALER IN STOVES,
Tin and Hollow Ware, Clothes Wringer Toll
Wart, Coat Hods, Kirs Shot !, Air Gataa.
TIN ZINC, COPPER AND HHKE1
No. 166 Wnshington-avenuo
STRoofins;. Guttering, and nil kinds of Jo
work done at shortest nolle febldtf
N EXT WINTER,
EVEN I N G
EVERY STOVE IS GUARANTEED
TO OIVE A MORE UNIFORM AND PLEASANT
HEAT, TO USE LESS WOOD, AltE MOKE
CAREFULLY FITTED, ARE VIORK
EASILY AND CUEAl'LY MOUNTED,
ARE UNDER MOKE l'EHVKCT
CONTROL, HAVE A STRONOEH
Give better satisfaction, and cold tor a
Le Trice than any
SHEET IRON PARLOR STOVE
in the market. Sold bv
EXCELSIOR MANUF'G COMPANY
AND ALL LIVE STOVE DEALERS
0. W. HENDERSON,
311 I.I.I. EKf-.
On Klghth Street, between Commfrclil and Wash
nxton Arenuea, is datlr receiitnf
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LATEST FALL AND WINTER STYLES.
Henmes a lull line of
SODtntTIETS &c HATS
ITnmmed and untrimrned,
r HENCH FLOWERS, It! B BON 3, TRIUMING3
of all klndr. Laces, etc., etc.
Mrs. McGeo has alio Urge assortment o
r ace j Articles, sucn as
NECK Tl.S. COLLAR), UNfiEKSLEEVES,
nurrs, BAatits, fA.s,
And all other articles usually lound In a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
Mn. Mefifo. in addition to her dock of Fane;
and Millinery Onnd., nan a fine and complete at
ortmeul ol Cincinnati Custom Main I.sille.
nd MUiiel' tihoea ami Chlldrena' Hoot. HlncK
and in Colors. Thne are acknowledged to U
die finest and best atioea in tho market, aid this
the only place in the city tbat make, them a
into a torrent,
of American politics at hlgh-water mark
Grand in Its proportions, but more de-
,tructle than an army with banners, It
DR. B. 0. TARER,
Vlll resume tho practice of his profcsfcloti
with especial reference to the clevtrica
treatment ot dUeakCH In all the ucw and im
proved methods of application.
In all cases of ictnal rnmntiii.tj i.,.i..
will be in attendance. ' '
umce, liM Commercial avenue, up Hairs.
WILLIAM K. SMITH, M. D.
ftBHDENCE-No. 21 Tt.irte.nih .treet.- bo.
AKi!Le,.a. w"hnf"'aenue nj walnut strett.
Office Hi Comn.en 1 1 arenue. up ataira.
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OKSiDENCE-cornerNinth and Walnut eta.
JAiOttce-cornor blxth street and Ohio leiee.
Olfloe hours from a.m. to U m., and 9 u.m
H. WARDNER, M. D.
EHi DENCK -Corner MneUenth street and
k " "'""H'"" iniiuviiivHcuuii llUUBe. UI.
ctiow Arier's Grocery Store, Offlce Hours from
10 a.m. to 14 m. and .'"om 2 to So. m.
GREEN &, GILBERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William H. (ireen, -1
iDACtsV. fttiantinn n a .1 4-t .
teamboalbuilneas. " -no
OFFICE 010 LT,R00UB T AVD I OTM
UITT MATIOSIAI. BAVK.
MRS. M. SWANDER,
has opened out an extensive stock of
All ol which are entirelr new and of the Ten
LATEST SPRING GOODS
THE STOCK COMPIHHES
HATS, BONNETS RIBBONS,
And an elegant atsonrneni, 111
LACES, FKINQEB, KID OLOVEC, 1I0HIEHY
and all articles usually keiit in a lint-elm mil
M". Knandtr lnito tho public tocall and !n
pelt her elock, whieti he will take pleasure la-
ii'iw iijh "i uhi an weii n new cuMoirerr.
O RO 0 IEI KB,
Om Livm Caieo, III.
TO TUB PUBEIO.
Anticipating a dccllno in prices of
of nil kind mid desirous that our cua
toincrs should know wo nre determined
to enrry'out our promises of cheap printing
wo feel it our duty to make a
REDUCTION IN FORMER PRICES
believing that a steady lncrcno of buMncsi
win no nn cfiui vaioni.
ith our long experience in biiMncM ntid
together with our ndvniitngcx In tho
purchnsn ntid selection of itock. our
customers may rcit assured wo will try
to merit a continuance ol their vcrr libera!
patronage. We Invite vour attention to tho
loiiowing rcviicu usi 01
PRICES FOR JOB WORK.
011 good 1Mb paper, neatly executed ac
cording to l.e perM "Jt W)to(J W). Korothcr
qualities mid the dlllcrviiceln tho cost of the
on 14 ll paper, Flat Cap or same quality of
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M 8J 60 to ,J M.
per M . 00to7 00, according to Mzc and
quality of paper; pcrone-hairM 3 OOtot 00.
on ordinary ? Izc per M OOtoS W. accord
ing 10 Myie nmi quality, commercial per .u
?4 60to5 CO.
pur 31. according to ..lze and weight, $5 OOto
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weight, S3 OOtot 00.
per 31 53 OOtot 00, according to order.
furnl'licd retail at wholesale nrlce. rlianrp
for printing, SI OOto'J m per 31.
of every' izo and qualltv furnl-licd at whole
sale price) and printed at the t cry lowest
CARDS AND TICKETS
of every description made from good Hristol
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per 31, accordltg to ue and style.
P O STB Hl S
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sheet and sixteenth sheet at from SJ OOto
t!0 00 per 31.
Hy a careful examination ol the above llt
our patrons will llnd that our
PEICES ARE LOWER
than tho't ol anv eitalilUhment ot the kind
in St. l.ouis, Cincinnati or Chicago.
lluslnesi men will find the IIL'M.ktin the
best advertising medium in .-southero Illi
(sheet 26x10. 8 columns) Is fuml'hcd to Mlb-
scnuers ai tue low rate or
ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR
and now ha a lareer sub'criptlon II t In
Southern Illinois, 3is,ouri and Kentucky
than any paper ever before published in
Cairo, and new clubn are coming In eery
Corner Twenty-second street and Ohio
SUPERIOR STEAM DRIED CORN
Always on hand, and at the lowest market
price. Also a goou article or
Very cheap. Leave ordcrn at HALLWAY
HltUTHKKri, or apply at the will.
PARKER & BLAKE,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Petty, Btnalue, tiasollne,
and the celebrated illuminating
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Best quality of Lirao and Cemont al
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II . T. GEROULD;
STEAM AND GAS FITTER
Ou KitUr's ana Plumber'a material, Wood
y-"J , Kioua ana angle TaiTS, Slop
cocks, oheck Yaltei.eto.
Also aunr roa
Thi"s) Hrothara Patent lirj m Metvr
and Mora.iouae, Wells Go's Automatlo Watai
tndlctuur aud Supply Valra forsUam bcllari.
WIMTBK'I BLOCK, eOMMIMtllATlVU
FOR LADIES, MEX AND CHILDREN,
Eioiitii St., Nt. Com. & Warh,,
IfflM lllut nrtnnn1 n tints' ntnl n..t.
i;wv - sssiv ni, 1 iioal entail
lUhmcnt, fully up to the times, and Invites
old customer and now, ladles, children and
an, iu mtur mm wan ineir patronage.
tSTAIl work done In tho Latent Style.
HENRY II. MEYER,
DECORATIVE, SIGN and ORNAMENTAL
GRAINING AND MARBLING
ol every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
In every 6tyle, plain and ornamental.
Particular attention paid to Glass Glldlna
OrdcM solicited for Scenery, Frescoe unC
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
Gilt, plain and ornamental. AU woik In.
trusted to my care will be promptly al.
tended to. , Shop in Perry Houao, coiner I
Commercial avsnus and eighth ttraat.
t'tiNrtrMl aiareti SI, ISO.
CITY NATIONAL RANK, CAIRO
A. U. 8APFOHD. Prcildentt
S; & TAYLOIL Vlee-Prl.ldcnt;
II. Hi SLOP, Secretary and Treasurer.
J. M. Piiiutra
I'ltL O. BcacH,
II. I. IlAtllDAT,
Deposits ol ssssr Anoint KmIm1 Iron
! Ceata UstwanU.
TNTKKEST paid on depoalta at the rate ot an
1 Dement. narlnnm u V. ... .
I - - - - r , H.niv.u IB, 1,(11, Dp,-OT
I a ely to tre principal of the deposits, thereb)
;'Tln them compound Intereat.
MARRIXD WOMBM AMD CUILDHIN MAT
0 THAT MO ONB SUE UAM BaiW IT.
f Inon SP tr K 1 1 a I n o . rw-. ... . .
!nia. .T'.n!n,or HAVLMO DKI'dSITb
THE CITY NATIONAL
CAPITAL, . . 8100.000
W. P. HALLWAY, Prealdenti
HKNKT L. HALLWAY, Vice Preildanti
A. il. SAFFOKD, C'aahier;
WALTKIt UYSLOP, AtslaUuit Cashier.
HtiiTi Tiitoa, Knatar II. Cr1.a1.1a1u.,
lianas L. Ilauioav, W. P. Haiiinar,
Oio. l. ttuusaaoa, btiFHtx hia
A. II. Sirroan.
Ksrtiaastt, Colas and Halted Ntaif
Itosida sj4iultt aj, Mold.
KPOSITH reie., and a xeneral laoUIn,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OAMGL IllJItl), freldent
ROIIKIIT. Mil. .'.I ic.l'fMIKn
C. .N. HIiOIIKS, Ca.hler.
COLLECTIONS PROMPTLY MADE
EXCIIANOK, coin, hank not and Unitec
Statea tiecurltlei bouzht and old.
IsilrrMl Allowed nss Timo ISepoalla.
- ' . . , ,
miUHTY-NINTH rrnort cf ikr rr,n,l!,Un r.
J. the Flrt Naiional Hank of Cairo, IlllnoU, at the
Loan and ditcounti S a 1,21 ill
tivcrdralti " K1
U. S. liondi to secure circulation lW,-'rt e?
U. S. Londt and itcutltici on
hind .. 3,'jth 03
Olh-r iicxVi, bond and mort-
tS? 19,1(10 00
uc irom rcuccming ana re
rve anem I,17 Ifi
Due from other national tunli... 0,741 l'J
Due from (unit jdJ binV.cn... .1,',T8 M
Real eitale ls,''Jl 7s
Furniture amd fiture. 3.S.T.1 19
Current eipentet JJlO H)
Cath itemft, includinz revenue
ilampt ., .... to M
laies iaid Ul f)
aih on hand in coin..........
- ii ai7 4J
.... nynnt to
.... !l,liOU ut
... 105.UO 30
Cap iat nock
Kichange, Inlereit, profit and loti
Slate of Illinois, Aloander county, it
I, Daniel llurd, president of the First 'National
nanK or i.ki ro, oo soleral aear that the above sute
raent Is true to the test of my knowledge and belief,
l. Iltlull l.M.,,f
KuUcribcd and sworn to before me this Tenth day
t!l!AS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
Correct Attest ;
It MEYER". 1
ROir I . W. MILLHR, Directors
D. 1IURI), J
KEPORT of the condition of the City National
Hank of Cairo, at Cairo, in the state of Illinois at
ciose or oustness uctober .vj, Itr.'.
Ians and discounts
U S. bonds to secure circuit.
U. S. bond on hand
Other slocks, bonds and n on-
Due from redeeming and re-
serve agents IIM.IKVI .11
rue from national banks 31,137 fj
t'ue ituiii suite uanki ana oanic
Other leal eitale
Ta xes paid
Cash items. Including stamps..
Hills of national banks
.Fractional currency. lnelnHin
Specie, con A.sCM ill
I-egal tender notes 21,000 10 38,520 Hi
21.103 04 167,30 hi
lo.otio oo 3S,ono rxi
capital stock paid in lOO.rmo to
Surplus fund 25.0JO BO
Irterest...... u.V.i 30
i rout and loss J1,0)J IJ 33,951 02
Urciilaiion outstanding ou ouo (y,
ndlvidual deposits 835,101 3n
........ .. u winners. ti7
Slal nrtlllnnl. ,.,.,.lll I Ml,07
I, A II, SalTord, cashier of the City National Hank
ol Cairo, do solemnly swear th.l the above statement
IS true to the best rf mw Lnnu. U.I... I L.n.r
. ...j ,,unluKC Ml,4 UC1ICI,
A. II. SAFFOK If. Cashier.
Bunscrltied and sworn to before me this 10th day of
BOOT AND hHOK IITOKB.
Our Home Advertisers.
COHMINHION AND rORWARDINO.
FORWARDING and COMMI88ION
HARDY & GREENWOLD.
105 Commorclal Avo., niar Atbonouro.
Keep ou hand a good assortment of
LADIES' GAITERS AND SHOES
GENTS' BOOTS AND SHOES.
And Misses' and Children's Gaitim and
Also, Slippers of all Kinds,
Which thoy sell at the
VBBY LOWEST JTlQUJUtS.
Calx, aho Ixahivb.
E It U H A N ISJ,
DEALERS IN FLOUR ;
Asd Axaaw of
into IVH AHU KAKAWHA
70 Ohio Levee,
DBALEE I2ST LIME
0iKT, Plaster Paris,
I'LASTK RE R'S II A I R,
HO. 71 OHIO LKVEK, VNDKR CITV XATION
CiT"Kpr the puriiose nf Lulldlni? up a
wliolenalu trado In Cairo, I will tll to deal
r and eontractorn in lots of W barrels and
Irclffht "l manufa,jturin8 prices, adding
Cairo. Augut 10. 1872.
WOOD MITTEN 110 USE &. 1JI0.,
Geuoral CotutuUsion Merchants
133 OHIO LEVEE,
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIREANK'S SCALES
Ohio Levre, CAIRO. ILLINOIS.
. M. WILLIAMS, .US. KINSLEY,
Itn of Vicksburx, Miat. Lata ot Cin'tl, J
W. 31. WILLIAMS & CO.,
SPECIAL RAILROAD, 8TEAMUOAT AND
FOKWAHUINO AND COMMISSION
65, OHIO LEVEE,
Z. II. MATUUR8.,
X. O .UIIL
MATHUSS & UUL,
Commissi on Merc Hants
IAY AND WESTERN PRODUCE
NO. oino i.evki:.
R. A. Cu.vmnuiiam. Felix Cross,
CUNNINGHAM & CROSS,
Succdisora to Lonergau & Cunningham,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
AM) IIKALEIIS IN
AND MILL FEED.
STRATTON & BIRD,
(Buccessors toHtratlOD, Hudson A Clark,)
hi Ohio Levee. Cairo, Illinois
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON.
IBucoessors to John B. fhlllis,)
DEALERS IN HAT, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TENTH-ST, a1 CHIO LEVK