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PfcllMlMi en, Ralletln Baltlla
LOCAL WEaTHKR HEPOIIT.
U. 8. Sto. Sun., ommvF.n'fi opfick. 1
Cairo, .March 18, 1H7.1, Mill p.m. J
lliromcter 2th 90 degrees.
Thermometer 62 degrees.
wind northern velocity 8 miles per
maximum icmpcritluro last 21 hour?, at
a p. m., 00 degrees.
Mlntmum temperature, last 2 hours, at
op. n., 47 degree.
PrcTlllnf; wind last 21 hour, west.
ToUl number of miles wind travelled, l.it
U hours, 107.
Total rainfall, lat 2i hours .OS Inches.
David W. HAttNitrr, observer.
A N'0t?NCKM KNTS.
FOR CITY TIIKASUIIKR.
Wo aro authorized to announce Sir. .lames
A. 1'hlllU a cnmlldato for tlio oftioo of city
treasurer, at the enuring municipal elortloii.
Wo are authorized to announce that Kob't
A. Cunningham lll ho a candidate for re
election totho office of city treasurer, nt the
ensuing municipal election,
1011 CITY CLKItK.
Wo arc authorized to announce Michael
J. Howley at a candidate lor rc-olectlon for
the ofllco of city clerk, at the ensuing urn.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1873
Fourllght, nlry and commodious business
offlccs. Enquire nt 1'. Cuhl's now building,
no, ei unin lavoc. 2-23tf
.Messrs. kchtcht uirlch on the corner nl
Klghth street and Commercial avenue, have
established n cleaning and dvelns establish
mcnt In which all cleaning and coloring aro
done by steam. Sllki, velvet, woolens, etc.,
win oo donned anu colored to look III; o new
raucil and damaged goods will he 1 colored
to their original beauty j plaid goods dyed,
piam retaining all their colors: kid u ovo
plumes, etc., cleaned and dyed any color
i no ladies and gentlemen of Cairo nrc re
quested to call and examine speritnnm of
for roLici: magistratk.
Wo are authorized to announcoMr. James
Ryan n candidate for the olllcc of police
magistrate at the ensuing municipal elec
tion. Wo aro authorized to announce William
F. Pitcher as n candidate for the ofllco ot
police magistrate, at the ensuing municipal
Fifty thousand envelope lust received at
the UUI.LETI.V ofllco. n
SHELL oysters received dally by express,
and for sale by Louis Herbert. 3-H-l w
A number cf emigrants to Mi'louri pas.od
through Cairo yesterday.
Tlio tine steamer 11. K. Lee is at our
wharf loading lor New Orleans.
A convention in tbo interests or the Cairo
and Tennessee Ittvcr railroad will be bold in
Mayfield, Kentucky, on nest Thurdav.
Several persons from this city will attend,
and an interesting tlmo Is expected.
n A regular meeting of Alexander
rftrchnptor, No. 127, order ol the Knt.
VAcrn Star, will be held at .Masonic hall,
this (Wednesday) evening, JIarch ID, 1S73.
All members arc requested to attend. iy
order or the W. M.
We publish in to-day's Hullktin the pro
ceedings ot the First Missionary Itaptist
church in regard to the difficulties existing
in that body for some tlmo past. Our read
ers can peruse them tor themselves, and see
to what straits and to what trials a:id tribu
lallons the children ir light aro sometime
In the item in yesterday morning's lie:.
letin concerning .Mr. S. W.lterV new plan
ing mill, we aro mado to say that tlio mill is
capable ol turning out lico thousand feet or
dressed lumber per day which Is a VCry
great mistake. The mill will Mtrfaco ir.,000
leet of lumber, or surface and match lo.OCU
ictt per uay.
The town plat of tbo town of Pnity, in
mis county, iiaving, in the original survey,
uccii riu-rsyru ami piattcd in such an uncer
tain manner that it has always been difficult
to tell from what tract or section it was
originally taken, the county court, at tho
ieccmucrtenn, ordered notice to be given
that unless tho present owners ol tho town
shall have the same re-surveyed and platted
by a competent surveyor, In such manner
that tho same can be readily located, the
town plat will be vacated, mid tho land as
sessed in the 'ame manner as other lands.
The proportion to vacate the town plat does
not seem to give tho denizens or I'nlty much
uneasiness; with their propeity osscs-cil as
lands their taxes will be materially reduced.
The brick store, (25x100) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardncr. 8-fi-lm
Will ho sold to the highest bidder, on the
UrH day or April next, the Iioumi and lot on
the comer otTenth and Walnut street".
The co-iurtnershln hcretninr,. r.vi.n..
between W. II. Hradlcv mid ('it. aii,...ib
under the stylo or W. II. lliudloy & Co., i
this day dissolved by mutual consent, ('. o.
Allard istirlmr. W. 11. Hradlcv assuming nil
llabllltii ami collecting all amounts due nld
f,n,,rr" W. II. ltHAit.t:v,
O. O. At.l.iim.
Cairo, 111., March If. IST.'I.
W. 11. Ilradlcy will continue llm commit.
sion and forwarding business at tliu saluo
tand (No. 80 Ohio levee). I would
lully recommend Idm to the coiuldence nu.l
patronage ol my Irlends and public ticncr-
It K SOI.IJTI ON3 OKK IM'i'CT.
At :t meeting ol Alexander Lodge No. 22 1
I. O. O. F., held .March 13, ;i97il, or which
body the late Fred. A. Koto was a member,
the rollowlng resolutions were passed :
W HBttKAS, Our lamented brother, Fred.
A. Itose. has peacefully passed 0,,.r the
Jordan, death; therefore bu it
fittslerJ. That wo fell that we have lost a
brother who was true to our beloved order
In every respect.
llttoUtd, i'hat we tendcrour kindest svm
pathy to tho ramllj or our deceased brotficr.
whom he has lalored so long, patlcntlv
and diligently to protect from the charitv Jf
a cold world.
Jtt'olutl, That the menthols or this ludso
wear the uual badge ot mourning, and the
hall be draped In morning rbrW djys.
JlaoUut, That copies ot tho above re.-o-lutlons
bo piiblWicu In the cltv paper", anil
a copy be sent to the lainllv or'tbo deceased.
?i 1 1 V ' c. !Mlnc 1,p M'read upon the minutes ot
OUR COLORED ZION.
KLDKIl HLEEPEft COUNSELS
tirim.r sir ...... .. .7.7 . I'O
i 1111 r.nur.11 ailOKKS EL
DER SHOUES KEFUSKS
TO COJIK TO
iiuiiiui;k CAJjDWELIj OALLED
t4-s j iASi' U131,t)T IN
I offer for sale my entire livery stable
horses, buggies and harness cheap' lor cash.
Sale will bo closed by tho 20th Inst.
3-Ctf- M1I.E8 W. i'AItlJKI!.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tho co-partnership herctorore oxl-tlng be
tween the undersigned, is this day dissolved
by nCTccmcnt. Wm. .1. Au.kn,
lOIt.V H. Ml l.liKV,
Caiko, March 14, 187n. s.:, dlw.
KEAL ESTATE KOK SALE.
I will Mil lot numbered 12 In block'49, tlr-t
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
leaving a uood brick cellar, cittern and out
bouses. For particulars enquire at my shop
on Twentieth street. W.v. L'm.nith.
HOTEL FOR KENT.
The undersigned offers to rent tho Ilhcy
hou.c, situated, near (Irecmield landing,
Missouri, and nt tho terminus ol thu C. A- F.
railroad. Favorable terms will bo offered to
a good tenant. For particulars apply to 11.
F. Field. Field's stable, Cairn, or on tbo
premises to j. it, Gisuuni iuu).
The Court-houso hotel, containing eigh
teen rooms, good cellar, and an excellent
cistern, will be rented on tho most liberal
terms. This houko Is situated on Twentieth
btreet, between Washington and Commer
clal avenues. For further information ap.
ply at the brickyard or Jacoii Km.ni:.
Mm. Nesbltt on Eight street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
Just opened out a stock or new and rashlon
ablo millinery goods. Sho has onu hundred
and fifty dlflcrent st jles of hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment of ribbons, flow
en and notions of nil sorts, all or which will
be told at the lowcit prices.
m iln. M. Jackson, fonncrly Swander, is
4aily receiving additions to her stock o
yrlug goods and will show all tho latest
tylea nt tho most reasonable rates. Mrs.
Jaekton lias removed tocher own stand on
Commercial ovcorc, opposite Elliott & Hay.
Uicm'i (boo itoro, where she will be hnppy
to rteelvo all customers,
I . Waldcr has gone cast for prillg goods
C. O. Allen of Taducah, paid Cairo a
John Circcr," c the linn or White A Greer,
is now on Ids way to New York.
Tho news is that Katie Putnam will ghc a
week to the Cairoltcs the early part or April.
(leorgo W. Fisher has been renominated
by tho president to bo collector or ciMom?
at this porL-
Mrs. Henry Taj lor, widow or Henry Tav
lor who died suddenly on tho Illinois at tlio
marine ways In Mound CLy, a lew year ago,
was married by Judge Hross on Mondavto
Mr. Coan or Smitliland, Kentucky.
Mr. Jas. A. PhlllUis In tho field as a can
didato for city treasurer. Mr. Philllsls well
known in this community as a young man of
good business qualification-, and a good ac
tountant, etc., and will make a strong race.
D. 11. Turney will lecture at Villa Kidgo
to-night. Mr. Turney was solicited to lec
ture at Villa Kldgo beforo going to Mcm-
pms, mil could not cointilv with thoroonu.t
We ndvlso our readers at that place to turn
out. j ney will not bo dUaiinoliii...!.
Thoraa GrllUth.G.II. I!en?ou and Nathan
Duncan were In attendance nt tho police
court ycsieruay lor being drunk the dav be
fore. Two dollars and the co.its each were
incir dues. Griffith was impecunious and
Will work on the Ireels for three davs. The
other two paid.
While several colored men weivmowng
freight cars at Ilallldav's warchoii.o vniHr.
day. one ol them named Kobcrt Mael.'ln. fell
and one wheel of a car iia..ed over hi r,,i
crushing It In such a manner that amnutatlon
may become ncccary. Dr. Parker dreed
Uio wound, and gae It as hU opinion that Is !
barely possible that It may not be neecsary
to evcr tho fool.
The runeral or tho lato Frederick Koe
took place yesterday, at 1J (.(lock, and
was largely attended. The Odd Fellows, or
Hiiicn onier .ir.ltoc was an active incmber,
luim-u oui iii lorco ; ai.o an mo nrn compa.
nies oi mo city, were In attend
ance. The procession, which was
two blocks In length, was an imposing one,
and gave sutlleictit prool ol the high regard
lit which Mr. UO-.R wns held by the commu
nity lu which he lived.
Captain McKInney ot the steamer IUIunN,
was married on .Monday evening to MNs
Robertson ol Champaign, and returned with
bis brldo to this city ycterday afternoon.
We make tho happy congratulations of the
'Sun our own:-
Wc congratulate this Jolly, sea-farlng gen
tlenmii on bis departure from the port of
bachclordom. and trust that In the oyage
. ut beloru him ho may have no gales to ill,,
tress him. no storms to encounter, no break,
ers lu which there Is danger, no culms that
will weary him, but with pleasant breezes
mm sails all set may ho mote alonif to the
harbor of a green old age. ble.scri with Just
cnoturh "squalls'' to gle variety to the o.
u ii called liioolini: of tho First .Mis.
sionnry Ilnptlst churnh, nt Cairo, bold n
mo hotiso or iirothor II. .Mosnly on tho
evening of .March 13, 187:!, tho following
oiismes, was transacted:
i.ev. Logan Sleopnr of St. LouU. bolni'
prescni was requested to opon thu tneot-
"B by Scripturo roadinir and nravor,
i.iuer Kobcrt Caldwell Was nnnolnte.l
i . ..... -
iuoieraior, mid JSliler I.. .Sloopor chosen
clork pro tem.
ino modoratcr mado a brief and feel.
Ing statement of tin, objects of tho meet.
ing, and urged thu luiportaneo of liumblo
prayer, furious earnestness nnd careful
ness in all that teemed required to bo
A series of resolutions woro introduced.
freely nnd feelingly discussed, and passed
olio by onu in number and ordor as fol
1. Resolved, That wo deem it dutv now
heru to glvo free uxpnusion together of
our groat ufHlction, nnd flof tif hoirt at
too present dlstractod statu of our lan
guishing JClon, tho First llaptist church of
2. Resolved, That wo deem it clearlv
our duty undor tlio senso of our sad ciso",
which wo now liavo, and from what wo
know ot crtuses, it is our duty to take
measures to choose carefully, nnd appoint
properly tho necossary ollicers for tbo bust
working of tho church or Christ nccording
to gospel order, vi., psitir, deacons,
clerk mid treasurer.
3. Resolved, That wo'now, in the fear of
God, nnd humblo roliaiico on tho diviuo
spirits IcadiDg with prayerful boarU nnd
lionest purpose, without uny intontlon or
desiro toharin any individual, but disie
gardlng tiny tacriflco nocessnry for the
safety of tho precious causa committed to
our trust that wo appoint a meeting for
this purposo on next Monday night,; and
that every member, as fur as possible', have
notico and bo urgod to attend.
f. Resolved, That Elder Shores have a
copy of tho proceedings of this mooting,
and bo asked to read ibo samo in the
church, and rcquost all to lay tbo matter
to heart and seek the Lord earnestly for
moro of tho spirit of grace and humility
and christian love.
0. Resolved, That Ilrother Sloepor bo
requested to put a copy of theio proceed
ings in tho hands of Eider fchorc,
and ask a compliance with tho fourth reso
lution, nnd permit tho meeting to bo held
in tho church house, and request tho full
est poesiblo nttendance.
J. Resolved, That in case wo be refused
tho occupancy of our owu church that wo
obtain, if possible, tbo A. M. E. Church
Tor our next meeting.
Adjourned to tho time above nnmoj.
Prayur by tho moderator.
R. Caldwell, Moderator.
Looa.v Slkehkii, Clorl: pro tem.
Alan adjourned meeting of tho First
tSaptist church, hold at tbo A. M. E.
church, Monday evening, March 1", afte
prayer and singing Rev. Logan Sleeper
was called to preside as moderator. Tho
clork of tbo church, Ilrother R. Taylor,
uoing prosont. took his proper jiluco
scribo Tor tho occasion.
Ing nnd complaining was uttered with
strong language not froc from signs' of
nngry determination against any pleading
I could uio for thorn. After two hours of
pleading effort to tho best of my ability,
gave up the cno as unsuccessful and enmn
Moved by Ilrother Henry Wlsdln that wo
proceed to nppoint tlirco doacons and nr
rango for their propsr ordination next
Sabbath evening-by a discourse on the
scriptural qualifications and duties of ilea
cons, and other services npproprlato.
This motion was passed unanimously,
anil by three motions separately tlirco doa
com wcrti now chosen, namely: Ilonry
Mosuly, IM ward Vaugn find Henry Wis.
Tho following resolution w.u offered by
Ilrother Henry Mitchell nnd passed tiunii-
Resolved. That wo roard with irmii.
tudo God in this time of dltre, thu com-
n ol J'.lder Kobcrt Caldwell mining us as
i hind, directing providence, imlientlni'
our duty, and mviisuriui; out to us tirnnlv
comfort; and Hint wo Invite lilm nnd wife
to cast in their" lot with us nnd help In
this time of trouble, and that wo extend
nn eirnest e-ill to Elder Caldwell at once
to tho pittoral caro of llm First linnll.l
church of Cairo, nnd beg his ncceptniico
luimik uuiay 11 no can.
(Elder Caldwell, though quite unwell
nnd could senrcoly be beard to tho back
part of the house, mude some fooling re
marks in connection with bis acceptance
of this call with becoming modesty, lis
pressed by his sympathy for tho nllllctcd
band, arid craved tho pmyer nnd support
ing graeo which ho felt that be neodud in
this great undertaking.)
Ibo following preamble und resolution
ollerod and moved bv Ilro. A. Hoi.Ur,.,
was discussed n little and passed :
HKtiEAh, thero havo beon nt dlll'orent
imos, latolv. notices in tint Cl
about our church and tbo dllllculties
somo of them fnls- nnd unfair and oil
diluted to mislead thu mind or the public,
and encourage tilad sneers ambist rello.
l.esolved. Unit tlio nroepedim-s nf this
meotin- bo published In full and a bun-
ired extra copies bo struck oil for our. use
to presorvo and to distribute and ourclurk
no instructed to obtain tho favor upon tbo
best terms he can.
Motion by Rov. 15. Shelton pauod unan-
mously: I movo that Rro. Richard
Taylor be requested to perform the duties
of trovurer as well as those of his proper
oiaeo or clerk, until somo futuro meeting
when a treasurer shall bo chosen nnd
elected, nnd that a collection now bo taken
up to meet tho expenses of publishing
nnd this largo company havo this onnor'
tunlty to testify thoir friendship for us.
Motion by Ilrother Henry Mosely.
now move thnt wo tonder a vote of
thanks to our Methodist brethren for tho
kindly loan of their housu for this mooting,
and to all the friends who havo favored us
by their presence, sympathy and contribu
tions. This was passed unanimously and
elicited feeling repinrks from sovoral.
iVdjourned to meet nt tho call of tbo
Iiooax Sluepku, Moderator.
RiciiAitt) Taylor, Church Clerk.
down to tables sumptuously loadod with
"hQaps of good tblngs" provided by that
prlnco of catorri, Ohnrllo Jonos. After
supper dancing wns resumed and "all
wont morry as n tnarringo boll," until tho
company dlsporscd, nil woll plonsod with
mo niiair nnd convinced that tho crow of
tho Illinois Know bow to got up a parly.
Ospt. McKInney and bis brldo feel highly
complimented for the cstlmnblo manner in
which they woro received,
STE AMJK) AT JUT( 1 H .10 R
lr nlloanl Dmili rtiiHdliic.
-Hp!lltti;ntioii paM inor.li.rs from Mfatu
tiU nttrht or d
In the circuit court or tbo Fulled state lor
theSnuthein district of IIMnoK .!(. Ware
s. William .1. Allen nnd Anna ,M. Allen
Notice Is herebv l'Ivpii llini inirvu ini t,. ,
decree In the above entitled cause, rendered
at the January term A. 1. of nld ir
eillt court, the iiudcrslgned will on H.ilunl.iy
the tttclllli day or April. A. D. IsT.'l. beHtccn
llm hours or nine o'clock n.m. and unct of
-aid day. to-wlt: at 12 o'clock its. or said da
sell, at tho court room door or said court. In
the city (r Springfield, Illinois nt public veil
dun for cash In baud, all the following des
cribed ival estate, tu-wlt: '1 hrne ceitaln loin
or parcels of laud situated in the city ot
Calm, county or Alc.vaudcr and tate ol Illi
nois and known and lc.-L'li:iteil on the re.
corded man or nlalthcrcor a lots numbered
one 1 1) and two '2) In block numbered tilt v
(), Ijl iiiimbered thirteen (13) in Mock
iiuiiibelcd forty-lli i! M.'o mill lot numbered
lirteciid." ) lu block numbered rorlv.nlnn i tu .
Said premises to bo sold subject to redemp
tion. J. A. .lONKf). Master III Chalieerv.
Harvey & Wolcott. eomprts solicitors."
M-ireli 13, A. 1). Is73. .'UtMi
D II U G G J S T S ,
D it XJ a -sis
iTO. 74.- OEEIO XjiiVJE-
Jtclnil and Proscription
Corner Washington .tU(
and Eighth "licet.
M BRUSHES, HflfSTUFFSlMa 5
ti Ha COSMETICS M pAlrnERS'B99C
f elwiuoN nnd rubbll l.iii.
tor Weak lung..
At I1ARCLAV I! ltd;)
FOR .SORK TIIKOAT,
l'reparcd and sold
Hv IIAROLAV IIKOM
And Dislnrcclants lor vialile
At IIARCLAV IIUOS,
And "I'nltersal Standard."
At HAROLAV BROS.
.MAIICII TKUM, IST.t-Clll.MINAL Hlu:.
Hon. P. liross. judge, presiding, p. n.
Pope, attorney, .1. (j. Kyncli, clerk, A. II.
The people v. .lolrn Curraii, selling lbpior
without license, complaint llled by Joseph
Arnold. Capias ordered, returnable at 0
o'clock this morning.
The tamo vu Kllcn McCatthv, selling
llmior without license, complaint entered by
loscph Aniold. Capias ordeicd, returiiablo
nt 0 o'clock this morning.
Matilda .Smith, administratrix or the estate
or Thomas Pctltt, deceased, mado report
rcrlinal settlement ot said estate. Keport
approved, and administratrix discharged
from lurther liabilities.
Adjourned, to iiicetnt P o'clock this a.m.
KT. CHAIILKb ItOTCl..
11 II 11
S.U4UIIUI1IIO. .1 11 Tni I
ftuyder Chicago; i;s llabeock, KvamWHej
K(. Hllson, Now York: (i Jl si,,n t.J
Haute; DrMHowasd, llrooklyn; M J An.
.Icrson and lady, Louisville; Jas Hell, mi.
J Dugan und ES Dodson, liver. '
At tho Now York store, Early Rose, York
and Peerless seed potatoes. Also plow.vnnd
freshgaiden seed. Bottom llgures nlwavs
:j-o.dat-2t c. o. PATir.n & c0.
Parties indebted to Oreeloy & interi
formerly ot Now York store, will plcasu net
tlo their accounts before April in, 1ST:), as
all debts not then paid will ho placed for col
lection and cost made on the name, ti.u
means business. i. n. ri,,,
upon rising oxprosscd
Kriiuucniioii 10 sen so lariro a
company prosent, tbo sense of weighty
responsibility ho felt bolonglng to tho
interesting occasion, nnd tho mectinc nnd
buslnoss ovor which ho was now cnllol to
proiide. Ho felt that it was duo this an-
dienco nnd this wholo community, thnt n
stattiment bo clenrly inado ot tho object.'
ot sucii n meeting ns this in u borrowed
bouo. Hut us tlmo will bo precious, and
as tbo evening is now woll advanced, ho
would doom it unnecessary as all tills will
so appear in tho proceedings, to liu would
immediately call lor tho reading of tho
minutes of tho last meeting,
The proceedings or the last mating be
ing read, that which was necessarily noxt
first was to call for tho report of Ilrother
Sleeper, of his Viler Is to carry out tho ob-
jocts, so rr m concerned Intoresdin
...1.1. l.t.,, Ol. .... .
wini i-.iuur ouores. run report was
produced in writing, und road as follows
1 tried to seo Elder Shores tho next day
btald a mil hour nt his house, but ho did
not como. On Satorday after breakfast, I
wont again to bis house, and sought earn-
ostly to accomplish tho object contompln
ted iu tho papor of proceedings I car.
ried with mo. Ho recoived mo rather
coony ns a visitor, auui ha must count
mo ns mi onemy from what had been told
And ns to the objact of my call, when I
uau staled, hu was very Indig
nant, nnu would allow no show
ing or reading of any thing
of tbo kind. Said that mysolf nnd old
Laldwoll wero liable lonrrost, lor oncour
aging and helping a mob of dovlllsh nig.
gora In plotting mischief ugalnst tbo pas
tor and church, with dosigns to ruin both.
And that if n pack of vllo vagibonds, nil
excluded from tbo church, bad hood
winked us, nnd fooled us by making us bo
llevo thoy woro momborj of the church,
we were victims of a monstrous lie, and
on that ground, might plead exemo for
what wo had dono.
Upon my stating to him that it was
generally represented that a majority of
tbo church woro dlssatlsMcd with him ns
pastor, becauso of his disrocard or lrom.rd
order and Uaptlit church rules, and fro
qiient unclorical behavior, otc. Ho.'suld
nil that was false that n vorv larL-u m.
Jorlty uro clinging to him, and aro woll
satisfied with him. That more than ono
hundred good mombors aro standing firm
for him truo as stool. That bo cared for
no factions of tho kind that I roprescntod.
inai no bid deUanco to nil t10 owo.r of
such ndvorsarles, for he relied u,,0 Uio
strong arm of Omnipotence, and Uod was
When I producod tbo names or thirty
sevon personi whom I represented, ho
aid oil with the exception of about ball a
dozen, woro uxcludod from the church for
ollousos so flagrant that tho church had re
tolvod to rcceivo nono of thorn back upon
any showing of repontanco or ploadlng
thoy might soolc under fix months,
Much moro of the fame tort of denounc-
Steamer Iron -Mountain, St. Louis
" Messenger, Pittsbun;
" H. S. Turnor, .Now Orleans
" Paulino Carroll,
" Clipper, M.eraphis
" R. E. Lee, Paducnb
" I'uturoCitv, New Orleans
" Jim Pis k, Jr., Padiicah
.Mallli. Ragon, Cincinnati
-Mary Houston, Now Orleans
" St. Luke, Camden
" Commoiiwealth, St. Louis
Pteamer Iron Mountain, rittsburt;
" Willitm Cowcn, St. Loui's
" H. S. Tumor, Cincinnati
" Paulino Carroll, St. Louis 1
" Vuturo Citv,
Jim l'lsk, ,fr., Paduenb
" Illinois, Columbus
" Malllu Ragon, Arkansas river
" -Mnry Houston, Louisvlllo
" St. Luko, St. Louis
ni.VIHTIOV OV TIIK ItlTKRt.
During tho past twenly-four hours tho
Ohio hns ruiscd about four Inches. Tho
rise is decreasing slowly and beforo long
thu rivor will be falling ngnln, Tho MIh-
sU'Ippi Is still rising tlowlyand boats con
tinuo bringing out good trips.
hpocial dispatches to Tiik IIullkti.v
uiuii, mo uouuiuuu oi too nvors nt vari
JIUSINEKS AND WKATIIKn.
JJusiness continuos fair mid freights are
occoming plenty ugnin.
The woalhor wus cloudy, with dashes of
ram during tho day,
Tho Rob Leo roturimd from I'aducali
ycsioruay, wiin no hlids of Uibiicco, 101)
bblsof flour, and 100 sneks of bran, and
ongagod enough freight to All out her trip
at this port.
Divor Hill has lliilshod wrocl.in" (ireen-
fiold'a ferry boat. Ho got out nil of tho
machinery, and will havo It ioirni1'i.n,i
to this port, nnd placod subjoct 'to tho
board of underwriters.
Tho Messnger discharged a lan;o amoun.
of city, nnd roshlpplng freight, and bad a
good trip for St; Louis.
Mr. John Jorden has resiunod'hls no-
sitiou on Phillips whnrf-bo.it, us ho
thought it was too much of n good thing.
Tho Iron .Mountain passed bv for
1 ittsburg, with u largo tow of Iron oro.
Ibo 0. B. Church wae still hard ocround
nt Prcsidont island, and had all hor
freight taken oil1 whon last lionrd from.
ono grounuoa sevornl days ago nt tho bead
of thu Island during a donsu fog.
Tho Mississippi Valloy Transportation
company uro loading sevornl bariros for
Diver Hill Joavos to-day for Cincinnati.
ubject to tbo orders of Cnpt. Dugan.
"uorgo lllgfiillS. ntl CM ox.stoambnnl
clerk, is now the happy fatbor of n flnu
oy which ho calls Bon JlorrluW rn.
gins, for.hls frlond Capt. Mlrrielcos.
ino surprise party tondored tr. n,t.u
MoKlnnoy and his fair vounc brldo. W id.
fullow-olflcerson board tho transit steamer
Illinois last night, was n lino auair nnd
was altondod by oulto a number of Invited
Kucsts from this city and Columbus. Tbo
line tiring band discoursed excellent music
and the light fantasttu too was trlppod nit'
til twelve o'clock, when the company tat
THE ONLY UELIAIILt (IIFT IltSTItlllf
WON IN TUB OOONTIIY!
"IN VALUABLK Ull'YS
I o be distributed in
X.. X . 3 I OT 23 ' a
ICOlh Regular Monthly
To be drawn Monday, April 'I, WS.
TWO GRAND CAPITALS Ob
$o,000 Each in Gkeilvracks !
Two Prlzof $1,000 3 (
Kivo Prizes 00 f 0 KEEN BACKS
Ten Prizes $100
One UorMi and Buggy with -llver.
s. worth bUOO.
Ro-cwood Piano, worth
Machines, worth ?I(S)
and Chains worth
Ten k'amlly finwin
Kive (lold Watches
Kite (iold American Hunting Watches,
Ten Ladles Cold Hunting Watches worth
WX) tiold ami Silver Lctcr Hutting
Vtatches rlu all), worth from f'JOto f-ijn
Cold ','hatns Sllvcr-ware, Jenelry, Ac.
Whole number (lifts (l.Mt. Tick(!tllinlid
AUiViVA WANTED TO SKI. I, TICKETij
lowborn Liberal Premiums will be palJ.
isliiiile Tickets $1; Six Tickets S3 Twclvo
rickcWlO; Twenty-llvo TlckeU Sr.'O,
CircnUm coctsmlDK a full list of f.rttcs, ltd"
scrltton of thB manner ot dmric(, nnd oth
iuiuriiiK(iun in reitrencn 10 tne uifeiribuilca, wll
w ... .u, uan winrriDS tnrni. iU4f)t(,.
must be addmssoi to L, I). MINE, ilox, m,
.. . Cincinnati, 0.
-Main Ollice, 101 W. Fifth St.
pU'ORT ofihe eowlmcn cf the City Natlonil
J .Unk of Cairo, at Cairo, In 0 stale uf Illinois at
tli of butiiiest I ctnury ink, lsJ3.
ltan and illitounu. ij ci id
nverdrafu..,MM i."'?.! II
V S. bonds to secure circuU- '
Hon ptfi i.ii
IT. S. bowls on band IS.l.'.i oi
Ull.er Hocks, bonds and ii ori-
Due from redeeming auj re
serve asenti... .!1U.?47 0;
I.ue from oilier rullonal banks ,"' '''
I tie fioin Hate LanVi ami
,UnVer. .. HI Jle,; (It
IUnklnshoi.ie 3i l.
Other real eiutc ,!) Ii 30 Xt Ut
Current expentei l.Jftt lu
'lalripjij 1,VI nr. a,VH Tl
Cash iiern S.toj 71
li.IU cf nation! banls......M 1 l,S8 ll
fMCtional currencr, aoit
nicktli 2,717 H
Ptwle, coin , !,,!,;
IS-I itn.lcr lijtci 3,l ii aa.liV) At
Capital itock ui.l in
Kihai: .v.S SI
Interest lil,i tsl
I'rslitand loss M IlSwi 31
Initlvidiul depotlti ..
Due tn national lnli
Our to state banVt aiul UiAcr..
i'.I.OSW 1 1
m S1H M
fu.te I'f noi', eountyofAIesiidr, i.
I. A. II. Salloni. cashier of the City National ISink
'it i.airo, ilo solemnly werthit the above tutemrnt
true to tne lt of my liwwleditr anj belltf.
A. II. S.M'1'OKlt, Cadi.er.
KuUciitedand iworn to befgre lae this JllhJayof
Ill:.ll. r.STATK AUV.XVJ.
71 (anciNi) Kr.ooR) oiiio lkvkk,
. Uuv and Skll Kkal Khtatb,
t'UKluau AKSTKAUTS OK TITLK
And pce-srH Con?i.rano ofitH,!:
Jonn (j. llannan. t;ims Thnipp
JOIIX Q. 1IAJJMAN & CO.,
ItrlAJj ESTATE AGEN'J'S
Noi ili t:,ir. nrni'.s (11. unit Olllik. I,eee
Abstracts ot Tlllo, Conviiyanclnx mqdo a
Fuiwaiir. jicai iiaio iioul'iii and .o i ,
CTr'raxes l'ald, etc.
No. 101 L'OMUBKCIAI. AVBNUIC,
I'reiieh, Scoleli and Aliieiican easslmcto
of all colors, and beaver and broad cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
And made up In tlio
And at tho lowest price. A lino lltand llivt
class work (,'uaranteed. Satlsfactlo in all re
JIKMIS, UJCOWN & CO.,
AfiKNTH Uomi: Cotton Mills
W. II. MORItlS. Nularv IS.U1,
It. II. CUNNINGHAM,-)
II. WILLIAMSON, J-II-
I.. IIALLIDAV. J
I VjnTV-ri RSTreMttof ' the eorklltlon ,Jt the Hrt
T ..atlonal hank oflilro, lUlnoi. at ike rtoie of but
nrt lehruary' . ls73.
l."an anj ditcounu
Ij. S. lioiuit to secure circulation
L. S, bond and lecurlttes bu
Oilier itocLi, bondt and moit
iMie from redeeming ami rc.
Due from other national bantt...
ileal ctlale ,
I urnltuie and liiiutM..
Cadi Itemi, , ,
I axes paid
Caih on b.ind in coin
" " CurrcrKy.,
1, uw tri
. '.','iii Ui
, S.'.lui sj 31,1,7.-, 3
Lxchange. fnterat. tirofii and . .
Circulation oulilaiidlnj ,
Due to othr banks and bankers...
... i.l'M te.
... IS ,!) Oil
. Itr.-.na oi
I S3 lO
Itate of Illinois, Alexander county, city of Cairo, s.
I, t, li. llu!lm. cashier of the Hut National
lunk ofCaJru. da nolemulv um, th.it th. nlv at ,,,.
inent it tnie to the best cf my lriolcdce and belief.
0. N. HL'CHIS, Cashier.
tuWriUd and morn inlr.,, ,n il l. ri..v.,l,
I.MAS, S.U.-S.MNUIIAM, Noiary Public.
I Virr4f A ISi '
ItOIST. W. MII.I.K
A, IJ.AI-l UKII
KLKUTION NOTKlii " "
Notico Is hereby Riven that on Tilesdav.
Hill l.llb ll.'iv nl Anvil II ic-i ., -i
. v., , --t'.'. join, ti ti iiciai
election will bo held in tho city ot Cairo,
Alexander county, Ktato ol Illinois-, for tho
selection or the billowing named municipal
ol leers, to-wil: A mayor, a city council, a
City ClCl'k. a cltv altOl'llnv. ll cllv tr..,isnif
and a police inaL'Istrate; each of the live (M
wards Into which tho rlly 11 nowdlvldcd be
ing entitled totho election of two (i) alder
i'or the purposes of said election, polls
tun no uiiunuu in 1110 lonowil L- linnietl nl.i.
ces, to-wlt: Iii tho First ward, at the com
mission houso or k. k. DuvIh. i ?il.. Oil tlm
south sldo of Klxth (0) street, between Com
merelal and WnsbliiKton avenues; In the Sec-
tin mini, ui, tut) iioiii;ii ami Jicauy eiiclnc
houso on the oast sido of AVashliiKtoii incline
;;.i 1 . wi'i i.iiiiiin sireeih 111 tne
1 bird ward, at tho Hibernian em-'liichoiisn
on ihlrteenth sticct hot ween Commercial
aveiiuu and l'oplur street; in the Fourth
ward, at tho court-houso, and In tho Fifth
ward, at Mrs. Sullivan's houso on tlm north.
wost corner of Commercial avenuo and
iy oruerot tlio city council.
SI. J, Howi.KV, City clerk.
John M. Lansdk.v, Mayor. ;
Cairo, ills,, March 12, lB73-td
Thu splendid steamer
8(1 Ohio Loves, Cairo, ills.
Dick Fowlkr, Oaptaln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Hundayoxeeptod) at
jp.m I' or freight opassaire apply on boat or
jo. Jas, Mallohy, Ag't,
fUiNHY U. MEYEK,
DECOKATIVK, SION nil OltNAMKNTAl
GltAININO AND MARBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
lu every style, plain and ornamental.
I'arucuiiu- biwiiuiiii i""11 -s. uitH uuuina
order solicited for Scenery. Frescos n,l
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
QUt, yUm and ornuncntsl. AU work in.
tnua to my osre will be pronplly i".
undtd to. Stop In Perry Houte, corner of