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CAIRO DAILY - BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 8, 1973.
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tVi' sth-th 1M
Rsr. E. Coax, Sector.
CnUBCU Jilata m. ua
RlvIP. J. O'lUtXMUN. Priest.
Thawing wii tbt programme all day
P. IL Fori left for LitcbBeld, Illinois,
LtBCRiT, in the bp of tobacco, at
Tat Cairo Conservatory
T. JOntni'B CHUMJlL-HOermea,, cor
ner t Watsrat tad Crow street.
Mm, very Sabbath at 10 o'clock a. a.
CMtTl4a Da SI
aaaaa durfav week day, 8 o'clock a. M.
Uret be twee Washington Avenue and
WalBtrt treet. ,
Preaching Sunday noma at 10 o'clock,
sabbath School at 3 o'clock p. m. 11. 0.
IlKV. Uob't. Uklbio, Pastor.
TOUNO MEN'S C1IRI8T1A3J ASSoCIA
T10N. RecuUr meeting eecond Monday
acb nonth at their room over Rockwell
Coa book rtore, Commercial avenue.
-Weekly Prayer Bteetug , Friday, 7 p.m. at
tka neae. btiixwkia, rreiident.
EC05D MISSIONARY BAPTIST
CHURCH. Corner Syeamore and forty;
Int street. Preaching Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. a. and 3 o'clock p. m.
Sunday School 1 o'clock p. in.
The church U connected with the Illinois
Association, l.y the flirt Miwlouary Bap
tist Church ol Cairo.
lls.v. Sulomos Lkojurp, restor.
FR1CAN METHODIST. Fourteeath, ha
ween Walnut and Cedar,
enters. Sabbath. 11 a.m.
batb School, 1 p.m.
,aa meet at 3 p.m.
COND FREE WILL BAITTST'-Fif-teenth
Street, between Walnut and Cedar.
Sen icea Sabbath. Hand 8 p.m.
Rkv. N. Kickb, Pator.
FREE WILL BAPTIST HOME MISSION
8ABBATI1 SCHOOL. Comer Walnut
and Cedar Street.
Sabbath School. l sua. ...,,,
FIRST FREE WILL BAPTIST CHURCH
-Curry ' Barracks.
Service, Sabbath 11 a.m., 8 p.m. 71 p. m.
Rkv. Wm. Kkllky, Paator.
FIRST MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH.
-Cedar, between Ninth and Teutb SU.
Preaching Sabbath, 10 a.m. and 71 p.m.
Prayer meeting, Wedneaday evening.
I .aMilnw. Frfilav rnvtalBlt.
Sabbath School. II p.m. John VanBaxter
and Mary Stephens SupertstendenU.
Rxv. T. J. Shorks, Paator.
SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH Fourteenth
Street, between Cedar and Walnut The
only Baptiat church recognized by the As
sociation. Bsnlces, Sabbath, 11 a.m. 3 p,m. and 7 p.m.
UrVi U4LUD JIAAihllMUVIi
AIKO ' COMM ANDERY, No. "--Stated
Aaaembly at the Asylum Masonic Hall, urat
and third Saturday in each month.
CAIRO COUNCIL, No. 24. Regular Convo
cation at Maaoulc Hall, the aecond Friday
In each mouth.
CAUIO CHAPTER No. Jl.-Regular Con
vocation at Maaonic Hall, on the third
Tueaday ol every month,
CAIRO LODGE, So. 231 F. A. M.-Regu-lar
Communication! at Maaonic Hall, the
aecoBd and fourth Mondaya or each month.
ALEXANDER LODUE, W-Meeta IB Odd
Fellows' Hall, in Alter building, every
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock.
Oovernor John M. Palmer ;
Lieutenant-Governor John Dougherty ;
Secretary or State Edniuud Hummel ;
Auditor of State C. E. Llpplncott :
Bute Treaanrer E. N. Bate ;
Bupt. Public Inatructlon-Newton Bateman
Senator Lyman Trumbull and John A.
fepreaentatlvee for the 8tate-at-Large-8.
Representative Thirteenth DUUict .Totin
MKMHEttfl GENEUAL ASSEMBLY.
Senator, Fint DUtrict T. A. K. llolcomb,'
( Union, and S. K. Ulbwn, or uallatin.
Judge D. .1. Baker, or Alexander.
Proaecutlng Attorney J. F. McCartney,
Clerk R. 8. Yocum.
Sheriff A. II. Irvlu.
Wm. Martin AKitciMtor and Treasurer.
Judge F. Brow.
Aoclatea-J. K. McCrite and 8. Marchll
don. Clerk Jacob O. Lynch.
Coroner John IL Oobub.
Mayor John M. Lanadcn.
Treaaurer II. A. Cunningham.
Comptroller E. A. Burnett.
Clerk Michael Uowley.
Marahal Andrew Cain.
Attorney P. IL Pope.
Police Maglatratea r. 13 rota and B. 8Un
Bey. Chief of Police L. II. Myeri.
Mayor John M. Lanmlen.
Firat Ward-P. O. Schub.
Second Ward C. R. Woodward.
Third Ward-Jno. Wood.
Fourth Ward S. Staata Taylor.
Clty-aWLarge W. P. Ualllday and D.
BOAXO Or AIDKRMBN.
Flrat Ward -James Rearden, A. B. 8f
lord, Isaac Walder.
Second Ward R. II. Cunningham, E. Ru
der, Q. Stance!, James Swuyne.
Third Ward-Wm. Stratum, J. B. Phllll,
Fourth Ward-Jno. U. Robinson, G. U,
Sease. J. U. Metcalf.
Pottca business has been eacetdlng dull
since the h dldays.
The Paducnh amall-pui, Ilk our own,
don't abate worth a c nt.
Tnc calico bop, at Washington hall to
night, will be a pleasant affair.
Now that the river ha disgorged
steamboaltnen expect a gorgeous time.
The present sloppy condition of the
sidewalk Is calculated to trj men's soles.
S. L. fc'cnCMo and Jno. Lee of the 0. fc
V, railroad, are booked nt the tit. Charles.
Thk nest party of the Qui Vive Coterie
will take place Friday evening, January
Wi are under many obligations to Mr.
A. Jacket for byacinthe, fragrant and
E. II. Drowh, connected with the Cairo
Short Line, is In too city stopping at tbe
Tnt Northern bmind psenger train
on the Mobile and Ohio railroad was five
hour bahlnd time yesterday.
Oca county Jail contains twenty-thren
nrUoners. Fifteen of these are white
persons; tbe balance are colored.
TnouAt L. Mobqak, a resident ff
Unity precinct in this county for twenty
years, died nf pneumonia on last Thurs
J. T. Waat'a youngest child died of
mall-cos on Monday night. He ha
another child suffering from the same dis
H. C. Haabstick, superintendent of the
Mississippi Valley Transportation com
pant, is in Cairo and will remain tome
Tux first annual meeting of the Delta
Are company, for tbe election ol officers
will be held on Wednesday night, the IStb
Two car loads of live poultry, Intended
for the Southern merkels, arrived in this
city yesterday by the Illinois Central rail
Tub OermanU association intend to
trip the light fantastic toe at Washington
ball to-nlicbt. The ladle will wear cal
ico dresses. l-7-2t.
Tai father of ma Infant child, a boy,
four week old, whoa mother was burled
on New Tear day, is desiroM of having
the child adopted la a family. The father
It willing lo give up all claim to the Infant
sow and la the future. The baby, which
Is perfectly healthy, may be seen at Mrs.
George Winter's, corner of Twentieth
streeetabd Commercial avenue,
now, r. Baoaa, grandmaster of thai, O.
O. F. of the state of Illinois, with Messrs.
F. M. S'nckfleth, C. It. Woodward and
John T. Rennie, went to Mound City on
Tuesday evening at the in.
stallallnn nf the oflcers elect of the Mound
City lodge, N '250. The installation cor
monies were conducted bv M. W. Grand
Master Bros, and look place In tbe Meth
Thk gorgee In the Ohio river rave way
on Mondav. A larsre body of runninr Ice
made its appearance at Cairo on Mundav
night at 'J o'clock. It is slushy and rot
ten, chiefly confined to the channel and
doee not intertere with the shipping in th
least. Tuesday, six or seven boats left
this port for points on the Ohio river, for
the purpose of bringing nwny freleht
hich has accumulated time the late
THE ELECTION "YESTERDAY."
The city election yesterday did not ex
cite much interest among our people, and
passrd off very quietly. A very small
vote was pollod, and this it largely in the
majority for organisation under tbe state
law. Tho vote stands as follows: North
precinct, for the law 4b; against, 1; for
the minority representation in the c.ty
council 12: against minority represent.
lion in the city council, Zt
South precinct, for the law,
78; against tbo law, 5; for minority rrp
reietitation in the city council
13; against minority representation
in tbe city council. 71 : tola
In tbo city, 125 for the law, and 0 against
It; fur minority representation in the
city council, 25; against, 103. By th
election yesterday, tbe present city govern
ment will hold over some two months af
ter the usual tlmo ol the city clectlwn.
CAIRO AND 'I KNN KSsEB
DR. B. 0. TABER,
Will resume the practice ol bis profession
with especial reference to the electrics
treatment ol ureases in ail tbe new and lm
Droved method or anollcatlon.
In all caae or .emala complaint a lady
wiu ue id Avwuuance.
Ofice, Uncommercial avenue, up stair.
WILLIAM H. SMITH, M. 1).
f B8IDKKCK N. U Tbirteeath strati, be
J V tvMa WMhiBjtion nu ul Walnut stmt
oawa UiOom n.nlilTnoii, up stalra.
C. W. DUNNING, M. D.
TkKaibKNCK-eoraerMiBth and Wa not a'f.
ILoaVe ooiati mith trt aad Ohio !?.
unwa near rrr.m a a.m. u is tr ., ana p.m
Frkiobts on the Mobile and Ohio rail
road now reach their destination with
promptness and dispatch. No blockade
Cibcuit Clerk Yocum is making some
chanc.es and improvements in his office in
the court-bouse, and ii will soou look a
bright as a new pin.
Wm. Awdxksok was found yesterday
'D. 11.," which in police parlance slgnifl
etli dead drunk, William was assessed X
and coils, which ho paid.
Tc-xiout, tbe Uermania associa
tion meet at Washington ball. Ib
occasion is to be a calico ball, and will be
one of the plvasanlest of the series.
Mayob Lakbdxm has in.tructed tbt
city treaiurur to itot receive any mne
lur salouu licenses until tbe bonds requireu
by law, are presented and approved bj
.be city cuuucil.
A LKTTSB from Ballard couuty, Ky , as
sures us that tie people there are all Inter
ested in tbe Cairo and Tennas.ee Uivei
railroad prcjecland they wa 111 do all tbe)
can toward its construction.
At a meeting of the committee ap
pointed to promote tbe interests ot tbe
proposed railroad from Cairo, Illinois, to
Johnsonville, Tennessee, held in tbe town
or Blandvllle on tbee.h of January, 1873
Juhn.O. Uarkles was chosen chairman,
and J. U. Wild was elected, secretary of
aid committee for Ballard county, Ken
tucky. A. J. Warden oflered the fallow
ing resolutions, which were carried.
Resolved, Tbtt tbe people of Ballard
county, and especially those livii g near
the route of sail road from May Hold to
Blandvllle, be invited to meet this torn
inittee on the fourth Monday in the
present month in the town of Blandvllle,
it being tbe 4lrst day of common plea
court, in order to consult in regard in the
propriety and necessity of constructing
ad rod, and that the secretary of this
committee uxtend an invitation to the
Mayfleld committee to meet with us, and
i hat h also invito .Inhn II. Oberly, editor
of Thk Cairo Bulicmn, to meet said
committee at the same time and place.
Resolved, That these proceeding re
published in TrtB Cairo Bullitin and
J. O Harklk's, Chairman,
J. D. Wilds, Secretary.
H. WAUDNEK, 31. D.
RsWDftHCK-Ceracr MaeKaslh atreet aa
Waatunatna avenue. Bear court hour. 01
arr ar's Ororrj rfir, OIBc Hours Iron
10a.m. to IS m. a -om t tnt n. w.
DR. B, BLUM,
Burgeen and Mechanical
UAee. Ceeaaaertlal Avenue between Ninth
and Teeth streets,
I weuld rpectfuliy aaaounee to th CIU-
m or uure aau aurrpunuing country,
it I have ape aed an o Ace for the practice
bmt BrefesaleB at Mm above mentioned
use. wVera 1 bom U receive a share ol the
Lualte psb-eBage. AU pertoas wlahlag th.
fT law deals! watfc a&euld give BMaeeii
AccoBDisioto b statement in the 't
Cairo UaXatte,' the meeting of tbe Dell
tire company to elect officers for tbe ensu
ing year is to be held to-night. Tbi
meeting take place one week from tonight.
Awoxo yesterday's arrivals at the St
Charles, were: Cbas, M. Willard, Anna ;
U.C, Eckeuburg, Cetilralia; J.J. Will
lord and lady, Paducah ; J. W. Lang ano
'rank Covington, Cbarleaton, III ; J. L
Henderson, Galveston, Texas.
Thk Q ii Vive Coterie give the fourth
party or their series on Friday evening
next, loth Inst., and hope to see a lull
turnout or their friends. Extra musio will
be furnished for tbe occasion, Grand
March at 8:20 p. m. U
M stilt. Patlerds Wolf, proprietor ol
the New Yor. store, intend to put up
Urge brick building on tbe site of that
now occupied by them. Tbe work will
soon commence, and when finished the
tructure will be a fine one and an orna
ment to that part o the rlty.
Ik another column will be found the
advertisement of Ayer A Co., flour and
commission merchants, 78 Ohio levee. The
members of the firm have been resident
of Cairo for a considerable number of
yesrs, and are well known in tuiiness cir
cles as reliable business men. Read tbtir
Ma. M, L. Watt, agent for the Union
Shuttle Sewing Machine, is now in thi
city. Mr. Watts is enthusiastic on th
sulject of the virtues of the Union Shuttle
machine, and from our observation cf the
work done on the machine he showed to
us, we believe bis confidence to be well
placed. Ue make a specialty of the sale
,f tbe hand machine, a low-priced article
which does all Work done by tbe usual lav
lly machines, and which may be bought
for tbe low price of iJO. The machine
aaRtout on trial at low rate, and Mr
Watt I convinced It needs only a thor
ough trial to bt thoroughly appreelated,
Monday Evening, Jan. 6th, 1873.
The market is not qulto so active as iasi
week and in some branches, prices show
t downward tendency. The Ohio river I
reported open to Cincinnati and large
quantities, of hay will be brought out on
narges, flooding the market and a
consequence, cause a declite in price hen-
ind at point below. Tbe oats market i
weaker to-lay but a yet there Is no de
cline in price nor demand. There wa a
ood demand for mised corn during tbe
last two or thrse day. Meal continue
in fair demand at unchanged price
Uutter, eggs and poultry are very dull
arlth an overstocked market.
There is still no change to report in tlx
prico if flour but the market is Improving
ind medium to choice grades are in good
rinnw fell to the depth of several in
chetlaslMiturday night and the market
will be glutted with game, particular!)
Freight are firm at 30 and 60c to Nov
Correspondents should bear in
mind that our quotations represent price
for round lot from first hand, unles
ttherwise stated, and that In Ailing small
orders higher prices mutt be paid Jg$
FLOUR -There li a decided Improve
ment in the tone of the flour market, thr
demand is fair and prices Arm and un
changed. Sales in the general market
comprise about 3000 bldr. 100 various
grades 0 to 9 60; 200 do 6 25 to 9 75; 500
do 6 to 9 60; 300 do 6 60 to 0 60; 000 do 6
to 0 50; 100 bbls low super i 50; 350 super
5 00; 63 bbls X 6 J.V, 100 super 4 76 and
350 bbls various grades 5 lo 0 60. Baler
by City Mills were 160 bbls wbito wheal
flour 0 50; 325 bbls XXXX S 50; m bbls
XXX 7 50; 276 bbl. XX 23 and 125 bbls
HAY Weaker, Sales were made to
day as high as 20 00 and on .Saturday
27 00 but to morrow from all indications,
25 00 will be an ouUlde figure We note
sales of 3 cars choice misud del 23 01; 7
cars common to choice mixed 22 to 25 00
do); 5 ears red top del 19 00; 4 cars choice
mised del 2426 00, 1 car ordinary 22 00;
I car praria 18 00; 4 car choice mised
23 00; I car choice timothy 26 00; 3 car
choice timothy 27 00 and 1 car red top
and timothy mised 21 CO all delivered.
COUN Fair demand for all kind at
unchanged price. Hale consist of 1000
licks white del 47r, 2 car white in sack
del 47c; 5000 buthul mised in bulk 8Cc;
lOcsr mised in sacks del 43c; 6 cars
white In sacks del 4748c; 2 cars white
48c sacked and del; 8 oar mixed del 45 tn
47c; 1 car white in ek on order 40 ;
1700 bushels mixed in elevatir on p, t.
and 1 car white In bulk 7)c.
OATS The market I weaker but wa
note no decline In priori. The market
wa scantily supplied to-day there Ii plen
ty oa the road to m et all demand.
Male Id sacks del weraacari Billed 36a;
can and 300 itcki mixed 84c; Sear 36q
7 oar84c; 6 cars mlted on order 34a.
Sale on track la bulk were 4 car 29c, 2
car mixed 29s aad 8 oara white la bulk
CORN MEAL Fair demand at quo
tailors, prleei unchanged, Sales were 3
car k d del 2 60; 300 bbls ad del 2 83;
260 bbl k d del 3 0j 400 bbl a d del
1 65; 500 bbli Decher Calorlo on p t and
300 bbl Evening Star City mills steam
dried 2 60.
BRAN -Market easy, supply light. 2
cars sold in sacks del at 30 00.
BUTTER -Market overstocked and
very dull, 2io Is an ou'side ngure. ?a
pkgs roll sold at 15 202 c; 10 boxes
choice roll 20c; 6 pkgs do 23c; 6 pkgs do
2023i; 5 pkgs do 20c; 15 pkgs do 20o
'bc nnd ttw) lbs country roll 20 to 25o.
KOOS Market glutted, very little de
mand. Sales of 10 liox'-a shipper count
3uv; G pkgs ifu 30c and 600 doxen do 3uo
are all wo bavolo report.
POULTttY I'leniv and dull, dressed
chivkens are soiling, choice 3 to 3 5u per
d xen, ordinary 2 to 1 oo per Hosoii ouii
lbs drttsrd turkeys Sold at 12) to 14;
8'Olbs do 10 to 13.;.
POTATOES I car choice peach blows
old In sacks del at 83a rxtr bushel. The
market Is quiet with a downward tendency.
APPLS-60bbls sold .at 3 to 5 00 ac
cording to kind and quality and 60 bbl.
choice brought 6 00 per bbl.
PORK There Is a small local demand
for drissed hogs for family use.
note sales of 100 drosred hogs 4 to 6c and
70 bbls moss pork at '2 50 per bbl.
PKOVISIONS-Qilot. 3 casks clear
sides d s sold at 7c; 1 chsk c r sides s
6jc 2 casks clear sides bacon 10c and 1
cask bncoti shouldors 0;.
GAME Plenty and dull 20 drxen rab
bits sold at 73c; ludoxon prnrio chlcktns
4 00; 60 dozen quill I 00 and 100 duxen
rabbits and quails 1 00 per dozon.
WHEAT Tho prices to-cay reported
by tho City Millr, aru No. 1 Wilt to, $1 73
No. 2 bite, SI C3; Red by sample, SI 60
to 1 GO; Mediterranean (1 3J to 1 60
O.mp or tough wheal Is unsaleable.
PLASl ERINU I1AIK.-35C V bushel
LIME. In lots $1 26 to 1 60 V bbl
CEMENT. At wholesale $2 25
2 60 V bbl. '
ONIONS Per bbl none.
l'OTA lOhS-Per bbl 3 00 to 3).
SACKS. ttesewed Gunnies 18019j
Corn Burlaps, 21 Bus. Ka, 18 els. lui
proved Gunnies, 2 Uusbel, 21 cts. OaU
Uurlaps, 6 Bushel .8 cU. Cotton Sean,
less bags, 35 to 38 cts each.
PKOV ISIpjNS. Sugar Cuied Harm
plain t lb. 16 lo 17c.
Clear Sides llaeon, 1212Jc ;
TEAS Imperial, 75t 26; Ounpov.
der, 7W3,1 25 ; Oolong ,ack, 751 00
CIlEEaE. New York Factory, new,
oVKUl'H Choice V gallon,
.new uneau, ivuumc.
COFFEE Java, 2830c. ; Laguayra, S;
2). Uio, Prime to Choice, C2J to 'Ulc
liltOOMA. Common House V dozen, 1
50 ; Choice to Extra, 8S 00 75 ; S. U. 4 5t
HEiCSWAX, V ft 30c.
SOAP. ScliacJcr' German mettled
7ic; Champaign soap, 7c.
TALLOW, y lb 1c
SU' .Alt Coffee A. 1.11c ; to UJc : Crushed
Powdered and Oranulateddugar 14) to 13c;
r'KEIUHT. Curro.N. Couiurewed, U
Nkw YohK, t3c. ; to Hoton l 00. Un
uumpreoed, to Nkw o.ik, 11 14; toltor
rKKibliT TO S1EMPIII3.-FI0UI, 38c .
Hay, 5 00 Corn V cwt., 20c. ; Oats, 20c.
I'otatoe. 1 IU , 36c.; a; --', 35:. ; Port..
10.; WblrV.. , Wc ; Lumbei, W M. 97 0u
Heavy Irelgut 1 cwt..20c.
TO NEW ORLEANS. Flour f bbl. flOc. :
I'oUtoe Wc; Aiple, GOV.: Pork, W.:
IVhUky, $'J0; liny fct tou. B 7 60; Corn ?
wt., Wc.; OaU, Sue.; Tobacco ) bliu
5 uo; Cotton J bale.lt 50: Lumber V
M. 10 00. Heavy rreigbt. V cwt. Wc.
for a load, lb Howard will have bir
erackad ibaft repaired here.
The John Kilgour brought up about 4 00
bhdi lugar and loma bbl of molasses,
whloh aba It discharging at the Stone
Tbe barge Yellow Stone, which bai
been .jrtng across tbe Hone wall below the
Sione deuot, ha had her butt sprung
and has taken considerable water, and
waa In a linking condition yesterday.
Tbe magnificent iteamtr Thompson
Da. n hat postponed uer departure until
The Miry K. Poo Is Tast filling out her
cargo, and will clmr fr New Orluuns lo
day with a good trip.
The Jim. Fisk, Paducah pekc, has not
made a trip this week on account of Hie
ico which lias been palling Paducah since
Cnpt. Davy lllncr arrived hero last
evening by rail from St. Louis.
The Emma C Elliott I the packet leav
ing this morning for Memphis, and all
way points. She is commanded by Rubt.
Relll-y, a careful and espcrienctd bout
man. It was reported that the Ico had done
some dnmsgo In Shnwncetown and that
several barges have been broken loose.
Capt John Spanu of the Blsiimrk, re
CM- llessalZBauak allillsiB.
WBpeetal r.tlnotion paid toordtr Ircm rum
niaht nr il
AND NEW OllLliANS.
The Fine and Elegant Pawngcr Packet
Will leave ror New Orleans Thursday eve
nlni: ut 5 o'clock. For IreMit or pjage
appl) to LINTON A Olllt.
UA1UU AND FADUt'All
Th splendid tainr
Dick Fowlkb, Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted). a
i p.m. ror ireignt or paw-age appiy i n no.n
or to Jas. Mallohy, Ag't.
N tW ADVER IISEMENTS.
Steamer Illinois, rolumbus
' John Kyle, New Orleans
" Audy Baum, Memphis.
Steamir Illinois, Columbus
" C B Church, Cincinnati.
" Andy Bum, "
COMllTIOM or THK RtVKRa.
The advance lee gorge of the Ohio river
made il appearancu here early yesterd
morning In a soft and bruket. upcondition.
tnd net even the paint war
cratched off of any boat'r
null. It wm confined to a narrow portloi
of the river. Hem the Ohio river I swell
ing rapidly. Ab ive here tbe river it full
of floating ice and is rising steadily ; navi
gation will be resumed in a day or two
Several steamers are advertised lo leavr
Cinclnnati and Louisville for the south
The Mississippi was s'.ill clear of ice yes
terday, Indicating that the Ice gorge (till
fluid fast. About the only damage tbit
ha been done in tbe harbor at St. LuuU
by the ice has been among tbe ore barge ;
ovcral of them have been sunk.
Special dispatches to Tux UuLtsnx re
port the condi.ion of the Mississippi and
Ohio rivers at various places.
BUSINUa AND WIATHKB.
Business continues active at tbe landing
The weather wa partily clear and the sun
made tbe sidewalk and streets wet and
slippery from tbe melt'.ng snow.
An esamlnation of the hull ot the sou-
ken tuwboat Wild Cat ha been made by a
diver from St. Louis' and be i of the opin
ion that (he can be raited with littl
trouble. The break is about midship, Just
above the knuckle, and i ten feet long
and only two Inches wide. Just aft of the
flrsi hole there it another small one, but It
is of no consequence. As soon as tbe river
commences falling, an effort will be mad
to raise her.
The Exporter started up tha Mississippi
yesterday and it is presumed the went up
a few miles after tome rreigbt.
Tbe Illinois came in seviral boursahead
of her usual hour, the train on the Motile
and Ohio road being iu far behind lime
that the would not wait.
Tbo C. B. Church got away for Clncin.
natt yeaterlay morning with a big trip ol
Tbo Andy Raum from Memphis bad a
big trip ol cotton fur tbo Ohio river and a
fair Hit of people.
Tba Bismarck and Jams Howard are
pulling of Ibelr railroad iron above the
8;one depot. Tba Rlisarck will, prob.
ably go up taa Galea far a Xraaivilla
POI-TIETH naart of the condlilon of the FInt
rNatiuoal 1 aak oil aire, llliaan, at the clot of but
nest iccmbcr u, ISIJ
Loi'i and discounts .
U. S. Rjndt to Mcurc circulation
U. . bontU and tccuriUc oa
Other stocks, bonds and mort
gages - .
I uc from redeeming and re
Due from other national hanks...
Uue frwm baakt and banker-.
Furniture aad fixtures
I urrent eipenws ...
i.ah ttcmi, Including revenue
stamp HH 27 0&
''aihonhand in coin 1.62' W
Currency .. 2l,vl'i VI 21.TTS "3
I 65.137 7
2, '!0U '
4 ,l8 a
3, tlU 19
"ap tal ttock ,
Eichanze Intern!. Drofil aad toil...
Circulation ouutandiu ,
noivtauai depottu H M
... t til i-i
... (, i 'i
Sute of IlliimU, Al iiander county, city of Cairo, t
I, ! N. ilughci. caihier of the 1nt National
Hank of Cairo, do tolcntnly swear that the aMve .late
neni l true to tU best t.f y knowledge and belief.
;. N 1IUUIIHS, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn tu before me this aiath day
of January, I "73
CHAS. CUMNINGIIAM, Notary Public.
I. tlURD, 1
BOB' W. MIH.ER.I tlrectors.
H MEYEks, I
DEPORT of lb cond.tiun of the
alro. at airo in the state ol lilnui. -i
uuk of business uccember ihti, U,
L ans and disiuuiii
U S. bonds to sccur circula
U. h. bonds on hand
Other slocks, bonds and i en
gages Our from redeeming and re
serve amenta ...'121 1 VI St
ue from national banks .. l 'J,Ut el
uc fium otner banks and
Other real estate
l a cs paid
heck, and other cash ite i.s,
Hills of natiuna banks
Fractional cuncucy, and
peele, co n
Legal lender notes
1.1 CM (I
15, Wo w
3 1.79 (IS
1&3 22I 77
6 J,-7 nl
;;3, 'j :.i
t'apital itcck paid In
Eichang t.Vii CI
l teres! ''
rrufitaad los -),sH 2ti
Due to national banks
Hue lo stale banks and bankers.
Individual deposits -
Mo, 17 Ol
State of Illinois, county cf Alexander, si.
I, A B. SafTord, cashier of the City atlonal Hank
ol I'firo, do solrsanly swear th t the above statement
is true to the best of my knowlcdxc and belief.
A. II, ArFO, f.t'athlcr
- ubscribed and swom lo before me this 7ihilayof
II 11. CANDEE, Notary Public.
Conect Attest : '
it. If. CUNMNCIIAM.)
ti.U WILLIAMSON, Lliectors
II. L. HALLtUAY. (
S. D. Aykks.
E. J. AYKHB.
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Lit a is, Cairo, Illi.
AGENTS! AGENTS! AGENTS!
The Union Shuttle SewinK Ma
chine tor 187-1 I the Quern,
Makrs the Lnck-stltcli tamo a the
8lu er, and I all the michlue needod tor
family use, 1 am aenitlmr out ample Ma
i hlnei to Agen a very low, Itetall price.
3. M. ti. WATTS,
Oen'l. Act, for Southern III.
Headquarter , Pulaski, Pulaski Co., 111.
Mr. Watti U reliable, ai d tho Union Shut
III Maculae l very potmiar nere.
WiWIS. P. U..
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ii--. . .
1TO. 74 OHIO XjliVjajf
Rclail and Proscription
Corner Wnnhlnjftou Avo,
ami Kahili struct.
Of chamol and rabbit skin,
lor Weak Unign.
At BARCLAY 01103.
KOIt SORE TUBOAT,
Prepared and told
II r IIARCLAV UBOS
Ami DiMnrecLwts lorKtabtev
At BARCLAY DROS.
" IIONKY IIEE,"
" VOU.NU AMERICA,'
And Universal Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
HI.MA .a A II S.SU'l SsSS,
It. SMYTH & CO.,
I WHOLESALE OROCERH, j
Also, krp corj.tonll) on hand a most com
.bte stock of
accTCB a.vu luipn wuiikiki
forl, iladerla, Sherry and Catawba "W iue
JStTTJl 1 CO. HI icIUMrly for caah.w
IV. which f.'l thT inrit tnr oai-UI Mn
Hin l cff rrf-a'n ritie...,
F. M. STUUKFLETII,
scrcrraoa Mil a itorsrisTa
Kreiirjrr atnit Wiilrilr lltwle. ir
forfltrn Mtsd llnmnlle
VV1NES AND LIQUORS
No. G2 Ouio Levki,
tf KUrp.on hand constantly full trr
1 Old KVnlitcfcT loiirhnn, Hrn and Mnnnnl.
rla Whiakloa, French Hrndl-, Mil nod Ot
Kllltlh, t S.MS AHt , .S .
Who vrssnta si llappjr Family,
EVERY HOTEL KEEPER
ffhi 1 wnya want si full lloaae,
Every Stove Dealer
Who Mcnna Bnalnraa,
EVERY MAN, WOMAN OR CHILD
Who ilcrlrcs Health by Onod Lhlng,
biioui i buy ok or
ASK YOUR TINNKR FOR THEM.
If he docs not havo an astortmeut,
SEND VOUli ORDER TO
EXCELSIOR MANUFACTURING CO,
SAINT LOUIS, MO.
Wholesale dealers Iu all kinds of
a?I3SnSTE! RS' STOCK
AND TO ALL
IVE STOTR DEALER
C. W. HENDERSON,
r. Commercial Avo , C'a'r , Illy.
J. K. LUFKIN,
Wbelret add Mel ill Ortcsr,
Hat on hand at all limns Veaetabtes, Fruit a
Butter and Egg, Lard,
Hokky, TaoriCAL Pbdit, Etc Xtc
C3T All Knd Warranted Fresh, aad (old
at .mall Protlt.
N. R. I'arcrls delivered to any part of the
city to Customer..
WT aiua cuMUBBCIAL aTB, BB1WKKV
llh al IBib aTBBKTa.
l-'f CAIRO. ILL! . .
the wew airaTajM.
QKOCKBIXa BrraiLKD AT WKOLKSULX
raicxa fob ca.
AT U. C. TUIELKCKK'S STORE
waaniKOTon atrbuk. bbtwbbv tkvtb
AMD KLKTKBTR alBBBT.
. bs. dbt Cuba Huear for - -$5 0
9 " " ... 1 00
UJ tbt. A coffee Sutrar, N. Y. Sid. - I 00
I " Prima Rio Coffee for - - 1 00
1J " Choice " . - 1 00
3 " Old U-irernment Java -' - t-OC
Tea end utbrr suple aad fancy Oroee
ries equally aa cheap.
Uoods new and full weight giren. Call
NEW YOHK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LABOCtT YABIXTY TOCK W THK CITT
GOODS SOLD VEEY CLOSE.
('rsser of MlariM-sssls atrool i
CO. PAT! UK.
Cr.iJ.tLfH D. WILLIAJISON,
AMD DBALXB IM
Open tiny and night (or the accomodation
3STO. 76 OHIO LEVBB
BEAt, EWTATK AQ-RC1.
C. WINSTON k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENT3
74 (IKOOND KLOOB) OHIO LBTKB,
Bcr and Sxll Rial Eatatk,
FURNISH ABSTRACTS 07 TITL1
An.t p.." lr nnnTasaa of Rla'ts!
RET AI L GROCER
Ami Tealer la
VKQETAni.ES. FRIJITB. Rons, IARD
FRESH UUTTER, ETC
tar All Good warranted fresh, aad wlc
the lowest pricet.
Coroir9U It. aadCeauaerclaUve.
John Q. Uant an. "a- Tnrupp .
JOHN Q. IIARMAN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Karl Car. at- (. li(alma.
Abstraetaof Title, Cenreyi u ' rraAaa