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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 23, 1873
fnMleatloa Bulletin Dnlttllnp
Von CITY TIlEASUnRlt.
Ave nro authorized to announce Mr. James
A. I'hlllls a cjirnll Jato for tlic oilico of city
treasurer, nt tho enduing municipal election.
AYc aro authorized to announce- that Rob't
A. Cunningham will he it can dldatc for re
election to tho ofllco of city treasurer, at the
tinning municipal election.
roil CITY CLE1IK.
AYo nrc authorized to nnnounco Michael
.1. Howioy as a candidate for rc-clcctlon for
tho ofllco of city clerk, at the ensuing mu
nicipal election. .
ron roLtci: jmgistjiati:.
AA'e nro authorized to announce Mr. .Iatne
Ryanncandlilato for the oilier- of police
magistral at the en'tilm; municipal elec
tion. We arc authorized to announce William
F. IMlcber as a candidate for the office ol
police magistrate, at the ensuing municipal
We aro authorized to announce tho name
of Chas. O. I'atlcr as a candldato for alder
man froir the Fourth (!) ward, at tho inn
ing municipal election.
Hy authority wo announce that M. .1. Mc
Oaulcy will ho a candidate for alderman
from tho Fourth ward at the approaching
At tho city election In Charleston, Mis
souri, which came off last week, Tho). U.
Winter wag elected mayor ; Wm. B. Swank,
Thou. Hcckwllh, Albert Danlorth and Ja. II.
IJcthuno were electd members of tho
city council. Hcorgo W. Kenrick and lg.
Lulz were tlod, and tho cholco between
them will lisvo to be iletcrmlned by the
mayor by lot. An ordinance will have to bo
parsed by tho council prescribing tho man
ner In which such choice shall be determined.
Fifty thousand envelope Just rcccltcdnt
tho RL'I.LKTI.V offlcc . tf
Mr. I., (i. Harris or Mound City, ; il.l a
vIJt to Cairo yesterday .
There will be regular .services at the
Church of the Redeemer to-day nt the usual
Tho attention or tho members nr the V.
M. C. A, Is called to tho notice of the presi
dent In another column.
It is rumored that the Janitor of the high
school building has tho Mnall-po.v, but sill
attends to I133 dullus as janitor.
Tho llrst day ot 3Iay is Mipgeslcd as the
proper tlino for the assembling of tho edito
rial convention ot the llm congressional dis
trict of Missouri.
l'aul U. Schuh hasjust received a largons.
sortmcnt or the finest perfumeries. The la
dles will Hud nt Mr. Schuh'f. cverytMiigthe
may desire In this line.
1'rcachlng at tho Methodist church this
morning at 101 o'clock, by tho pastor. Sub
ject : "Tho Measure or our Duty to all Men."
Preaching again at 7 o'clock.
Capt. C.F. Lubko of St. I)ui, who has
tho Ike ilammltt under charter, wan in the
the city yesterday on business connected
with his large lumber lntcrc-t-.
An election for school trustees and Riiool
dlrectorj, will be held In this city during the
early psrtol April. The best men Mionld, and
no doubt will, be chosen for the positions.
Wc hear of a gentleman who left this city
onie six ciontiis ago, who mv that II lie
Jives to get back to Cairo, lie will be the hap
piest man on earth, ile can't undor-tand
what induced him to leave Cairo, anyhow.
There arc but tov cn cases of tm.ill-pox In
the city, or thce, .-ix aro in the pot
liouso; and the other at a private homo in
the lower part or tho city. All aro reported
to bo doing well, ami In a Mr way for re
covering. Tho quarrel among tho members or the
Itev. Mr. Shore', church Mill goes on; and
it Is fcarcil thtro will bo i-erlout trouble
among. them at the church to-day. Roth
fides aro determined to have possession or
ttie bouse, and will be prepared for any
emergency. Look out fora h-gli old time. '
r. A regular communication of Cairo
viVlodgc, s, 57( ,, p. nn, A M ) at 7,
Wclock to-morrow (Monday) even.
Ing. Every member Is requested to be
present m business nt importiirtanco will bo
transacted. Visiting brothers cordlallv in
Itcd. II. I. ilL.uii:, gec''y.
Mr. David Johnson or Carbondalc, the
gentleman who was Miperlntcudcnt or the
Hone work on tho Southern Illinois normal
school building, was In the city yesterday.
looking about to seo what tho prospects aro
tor establishing n llrt-cJass Mono cuttiii;
manufactory in Cairo. Mr. Johnson Is nn
experienced stone cuticr, and if ho con
cludes to ftcttlc here, our pcoplo will uiv
doubtcdly give him a hearty welcome.
The caso ol small-pox referred to In tho
'Sun' of several days ago, Is not likely to
give the health officer any moro trouble.
The parents ol the child employed no phvl
clan and kept the neighbors In Ignorance
of the fact that It had tho small-pox, and a.
a consequence the existence ol the case wn
not brought to the attention or the health
officer. As soon ns Mr. Wooton becamo
aware ol tho existence or the ease ho willed
at tho hWo and iound that the child was
lead and ready tor burial.
Messrs. Ward ft Roberts. bnn(. ulirn nn,l
ornamental mlntcrs. Wnshl
between Tenth and Eleventh street-, nro
now reauy to reecho orders for every kind
of work In their line. Orders for ernlnlmr.
knl'oiiilnlnc patter haiicim?. hou-e.ML'ti. or
or ornamental painting will receive
prompt attention nt their hands. Mr. Rob
erts did the tJntlii'- In tlm custom Iiniisp.
which or Its sciris a better recommendation
than anything wo could say In Ids lav or. Mr.
Ward I'nUn well-known asa iIiM-clo paint-
The 'fiun' is peculiar. It l a fussy little
sheet, and Is all tho tlmo laboring tinder the
Impression that It Is raising the devil. At
this writing it Is improved with tho Idea
that it S uoikhu up municipal election ex
citement, and every day publMiex, with a
grand flourish, the iihiiics of gentlemen who
have been mentioned as probable candidates
for mayor, but the 'Sun' don't tell the people
which of tho di'tlngiilshcil citizen It prefer-.
Tin: UdMXTt.V tremblingly await
the announcement ol the '.Sun's' nun. The
IU'I.u:ti.v Is anxious to i-uppnrl-litiii. It U,
in i.ict, dying with anxiety to -upport Iilni.
hat his name ami where his homo? We
haVo been a I'opo paper, and we -tick to the
declaration that ho would nnko a good
mayor, tint wo have concluded to nwait the
proclamation or tho 'Sun,' nud then throw
up the hat (or bonnet), Tor ltn oandidutc.
Tho April number of "The dalaxy" is an
exceptionally gooil one, containing lu its
arled bill of f iro choice morsels to suit all
ta'tcs. lteadcrs of "Tho Wcthcrcl Atrair"
will find their lutcrcst intcnsillcd by tho le
vciopemcuts In this Instalment ot tho story,
which by the way Is considered the beht
Colonel DcForest has ever written, .lustin
M'Carthy contributes anartlclo upon.lo'-eph
Arch, the eloquent laboring man who N
creating Mich a peii'atlon In England and
opening the way to emancipation from
tho feudal .aristocracy. Eady Ililanche
.Murphy, daughter or the JEarl of Kllesuicrc,
whose romantic history Is familiar to iaoa
of our readers, contributes au article upon
the festivals and pageants at Home, which
her long rcIdcncc in the Eternal City gives
her a peculiar lacllity in describing.
The most prominent articlo In the number
is au exceedingly interesting one upon
Franco and I.ouls Napoleon, in which the
gifted writer, Klchard It. Kimball, reviews
the circumstances which led to the rise ol
the emperor to the head of the French na
tion. The sorlc of articles upon "Llfo As
surance" clocs in this number with an array
or ttatUtlcs which will be a startling revcla.
tloti to many readers.
"A i-now-Slorm and a I!abj'Mn bright
story, containing a good deal of humor and
a sufficient supply ol icntlmcnt. "The I.ot
Wager" Is a society story, written with the
delicate touch ot a womau and the i-trength
or a man.
The poetry or the number is exceptionally
Cood, containing new poems by IJayard Tay
lor, Joaquin Miller, ami Mary L. Hitter.
Hie departments of literature, science and
gos-Ip, are as interesting and suggestlvo as
U'ual, and tho club-room really sparkles uu-
dorllie sklllfulmanageincut of Mls Sanborn,
At tho railroad convention held at Mav
field, Ky on last AVednetday, In the Inter-
r.tor tho Cairo ami Tcnncsjeo Itlvcr rail
road, eight or tho cloven director were
present; Uo dcUgatei were present from
ahuOft every section along the proposed line
of the road. Col. II A. .Seal was chosen
prc1dcnt or the temporary organization, A
lull nccount or tho proceedings or the eon
ventlon will bo published In Tin: llui.t.r.Ti.'i
. In a day or two.
An Individual a lltllu tho worc for too
much whiskey, entered tho saloon or Frank
Pesolo, on Ohio levee, yesterday, ami asked
tor a drink, which was roftiscd Mm. Uu be
ramo indignant, walked out Into tho street,
picked up a hard clod of dirt, ro-cntcied the
saloon and dwbed tho dirt through a very
handsome and costly mlror hanging up be
hind tho counter. Viewing thodcinolUhcd
mlror for a mluutc with a look nfpet fret sat
isfaction, ho left tho bouvc.
A correspondent of tho J'ad'ieali Ken
tucklan, writing from tho neighboring ill.
ago of lllandvlllo, say "much excitement
prevails InUie community in xogard to tho
fatality or what is called cercbio-spluRl
meningitis by physlciuns. In thovlciuity ol
Ulandvlllo It prevails as nu unchecked epi
demcic, producing the most alarming appro
hcnslons and exceeding tho mortuary rec
ords or cholera Itself, tho hlthoi to regarded
wourgcoT mankind. The ilctlms ol this
atvlul lilfcaio ; live from one to llw days,
and aro variously nirccted, but generally a
rigidity or the emtio muscular system takes
place, gradually relaxing bdoic death,"
Tho Cairo Slhcr Comet handheld a meet.
Ing for practico and transaction or business
last Friday evening, which Is tlm 11M prae
llco they havo attempted In tcu-ral mouths.
After their long rest tho members kciii to
havogouotoworkln tamest, anil tho regit
lurpractlco willboobscntd. Thhi band Is
very peculiar In omo respects. It has kept
lip Its organization for over twcle years,
and has never lost u regular member c.-eept
such as havo been called to lcau tho city.
Tho membership sometimes lose lutci est lor
a tlmo, but haw) always come together lu
tlmo to prevent dissolution, ami they seem
to loose hut little ol their proilclency ,y
their negligence On Friday every lu. m
ber lu tho city wasjircscnt and anxious to
tool hi lltljo hovi.
The brick store, (25x100; 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. AVarducr. ."-C-lm
Four light, airy anil commodious business
offices. Eiiqulto at 1'. Cuhl's new bultdlng,
No. PO Ohio lovee. 2-2str
(iarden seeds or all kinds l;ept lu bulk
and sold by tho pint, quart, peek or bushel,
atT, AV. CarrleoN grocery, 110 Washington
Mathuss .t I'hl aro jii't in receipt or'one
luliidrcd boxes r tluo orange, which wo
an) selling at g.". per box. Call and see
them. it-'JO ;!t,
AVfll be sold to the highest bbbler, on the
first day or April next, tho hnu-o and lot on
the eoi ner of Tenth and Walnut street,
FOR SA I.E..
I oirer for sale my entlro livery stable -l.oro,
btigjlo ."id haniers cheap lor cash
ah will bo clo.ed by the 'JOth int.
iWir. M!M W. l'.i!i;i:u.
WA NTKI . FlLA i'KSJUTI I ,
Jo goto C'acey's station, Kentucky. To one
who understands country work i stondy lot
will be given. Call on Ell Reeves, Caeey's
siauon, lieiilueky, or r. it, AVoodwaid;
IV d,iai, lot II, block IT. 1st addition, on
Twcuty.tiist street, a f,-e ,v,jy niJ,w
In sjilondld condition j hall ami three rooms
ana Kitchen, good ebtorn, stables and out.
houses. Apply to .1, ( . IIaumon .V Co,,
Real Estate Agents.
March w, in;,i. :wivjw
REM. ESTATR FOR KAI.I!.
I w ill tell lot numbered 12 lu block -10, lint
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
house now staiidingon slid 161 w 111 bo moved,
leaving ii good bilck cellar, cistern and out
hoiiM's, For particulars enquire at my shop
uu i wenuewi struct. W.M. Eiii.ciih.
The co-partnership horetoloro existing
between AV. II. llradlev and Co. aii.hiI.
under tho stylo or AV. II. llradlcy A Co., I,
nils uaj uusoueii ii mutual consent, 0. 0.
Allard itllilng, V. II. Jlradley assuming all
llabllltW and collecting nil amounts due said
concern AV. II, Riiaiu.ky,
C. H. AM..MIH,
Cairo, Ills., .Alarch IS, 1S73.
W. II. llradlev will continue thu commls.
slon and forwarding business at the samo
siami (.to, tju oiiio luiec). I would cheer
iully rccoinmcnd him to tho conlldencc and
patronagooliiiylrleii.il nud public gent-
) C. O. Al.l,RD.
Y. M. C. A.
Thcmembersol this association aro hereby
ordered to meet nt their rooms, over AV. U.
Rockwell's book store, to-morrow (Monday)
evening, at 8 o'clock, lor tho election of oth
ccrs for the ensuing year, and for tho trans
action of other business of great Importance
to the association. ,
Ry order of tho president. "-2.1lt
HOTEL FOR RENT.
Tho undersigned offers to rent tho Illscv
house, situated near Orccnilcld landing,
Missouri, and nt the terminus oi tho C. .V F.
railroad. Favorable tonus w ill bo offered to
a good tenant. For particulars apply to 11,
F. Field. Flohl'i stable, Cairo, or on the
promises to J. 11. Gnnr.Nniu.n,
Mr.'. Anna Lang on Elghthstrccl, between
Commercial and AVashlngton avenue, has
jii't opened out a stock ol new and fashion-
ablo millinery good'. She has one hundred
and fifty different stylesof hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol nil sort", nil of which will
be sold at tho lowct prices.
News of the sinking of toinut Collier at
llcnderMUi, Kentucky, on Thursday night,
was received In this city yesterday after
noon. The dispatch gave no fnrllicr partic
ulars than that the Collier had sunk by being
run Into the bank. She. was toning a num
ber of barges at the tlmo or the di-aster,
but It Is believed that none of theiii sus
tained any Injury. The Eckcrt w.- sum
moned to her assistance, nnd will probably
start for llenilct-on this evening.
llOTFfi ARRIVA EH,
Henry Hilemau, Caledonia, Illinois; .leir
L'ddlcman, 0a X Ileah. Dongola; ThoMc
Nam.irn, Cincluiiati; 11 (Irillith, Mcinnhls;
.las I' Fltzgeralil,15ovar,.AlsSslsMpl: D.nbl
.Johii'on, Jacob Itcard, Carbomlale; .lames A
C'relghton, Fairfield, Illinois; Fhil A I'lclc',
Oscar .Moon. St Lolil; M 0tc, Covington;
Henry AVllllaui", New York; fieo Iloaduon.
Iowa; ('has Cillinlnglmii, Nashville: Wm
Frees, Now Orleans,
Messrs. Schlcht.t l.'liich on the corner ol
Eighth struct and Commercial avenue, have
c.-tahlisiied a cleaning and dyeing establish
ment lu which nil cleaning and coloring are
douo by steam, bilks, i civets, woolens, etc.,
will be cleaned and colored to look like new;
faded and damaged goods will bo restored
to their original beauty ; plaid goods dyed,
plaid retaining all their color.; kid gloves,
plumes, etc., cleaned and dyed any color.
Tho ladles and gentlemen or Cairo arc re
quested to call and examine specimen or
work. 8.10 ot.
I MI'ORTANT NOTICE.
AVc are prepared to show you at 1S3 Com
mercial avenue, (next door to C. AV. Hen
derson's stove store) a praclical Illustra'Ion
ol the Oihbs process of manufacturing .oap,
cither from tallow, grease or eotton seed
oil. AVc claim an advantage or 25 per cent,
in quantity and a much larger advantage in
quality overany ordinary processol making.
AVc will make a batch at 10 o'clock on Mon
day morning and another one at ." o'clock In
the afternoon, and altcrwards to obllgo those
wi-hing to Investigate Its merits. Call nnd
tee us.' It only takes one hour to sCo tho
whole process ol making.
3-2:'.-n ClIAtillOL'UN .V ItATTUV. Agl.
A FEW SL'GCESTIONS.
Editoii Caiko I1UI.I.KTJ.V As tho warm
spring and summer days are approaching I
suppose that suggestions or a sanitary ia
turc, or with a v lew to tho comfort of our
citizen will be in order, therefor I write.
A cool, fresh, puro air in summer is ol nil
things most desirable, nnd no city in tho
west Is blest with more constant or cxliller-
ating breezes than our. From anv liolut
oi me compass, tncy umt pass over broad
expanses of water beforo reaching us, and
are so cleansed from malaria nnd all impuri
ties nud cooled to a pleasant degree. Hut
the prevailing wind Is from thcsouth and
anil southwest, and although It pas-en over
a broad expan-e ot water, I uni sorry to say.
inatu is liy no means a pleasant breeze
when It reaches us. .Thu slaughter-houses
beyond tho levee aro the cause or Its Im
purities. Couldn't tho proprietors bo per
suaded to inovo them to some other locali
ty; say down near tho point or above the
city: Tho act would in-ure them Mho grati
tude or tho entire population, to say the
Dmim.' tho Kroner season lor them wo shall
keep lor sale nlargo variety ol pretty, healthy
nnd ilc-lralilo house and garden plants and
roses lu pots, bulbs, shrubs, evergreens and
hanging liasl;ct, which we intend to oiler at
low prices, that everybody may have Hovvcis
and roiiago to iieautify their liomes. Our
monthly roses will bo unsiiriiassed bv anv
roses lu tho city. AVo shall bo receiving
fresh supplies occasionally, and should our
patrons wish niiytning obtainable ot tiorist.s
we would gladly take tliclr orders and till
llicm. (l o any one at a instance seeing this
advertisement ami wr tiuiMhc r i es res. we
'eanshlp plants salely.)
At nitlSTOLit STIISYKM.S,
No. 32 .Eighth street. Come and
F h 0 W E It S.
the .sciE.vrTFurciTiT:-; of dr.
Dr. It, C. i'.ibervvilt eommcnee a series or
lectures at tho Atheneuiu, In this city, on
Saturday and Sunday evenings, March 20
nnd 3D, on "Tho True liillosophy of Life,"
continuing them from time to time, as cir
i utiistances will permit, ol which due notlcu
will bo given. Tho subject Tor tho lira lee
line will be "Uod, thu Creator." That of
the second will bu "Tho Lnnguagcr Things,
or tho Hdcncoor Correspondences," This
llttle-inidcrstood subject Is onu or tho most
profound Intcrust nt thu present time,
amidst the confusion of conflicting Ideas, as
It gives the key by which wo can unfold tho
language In which thu blblo was and how It
must bu Interpreted, at the saructliuo throw
lug much light on tho mythology and history
ortho past, and tho so-called
lon or tho present. Tho suljects or thosn
lectures win no or tlm most attractive Inter
est, lu consequence or tho now- truth ,,.
folded, many ot them mostly cotillned to
physical science, but showing tho eternal
harmony between sclenco and religion, as
well as tho eminently practical character of
nil genuine knowledge. Thev win i,
pared with great care, lo pleaso as well In-
simei, nvoiuuigaii eioso scientific technical
lllcs and referenco to iinfamlll'iri-.n,
Tickets to each lecture liny cents, admitting
gcullemuu and lady, can bo had nt SchuhV
llatmon's. Rockwell's. llrMol
and at tho door. Doors open at", o'clock,'
commencing precisely at o'clock.
CUAMRER OF COMMERCE.
Tho meeting of the Chamber pf Commerce
yesterday morning was well attended, nnd
much Interest manifested by our citizens in
the proceeding". Tho committee appointed
to prepare the new hall wfcl be ready to re
port to-morrow morning, and It Is expected
thai possession will be taketi or tho new
room on Tuesday. The following sales were
reported: 7 cars white corn In builapsdcl
ISc; 1 car white corn In bulk Ski; 5 cars
mixed corn S .V 1) 41c; no bags mixed corn
lie. ,'t cars mixed hay ?17j 2 cars mixed oats
illc; lOObbls iloitron p t; CO bids choice fain
lly $!); 30 bbls NX $0 .J; 00 I ibis supcrflno
$."; 1,000 lbs C si bacon Sic: a tierces of lard
MAlitil TKli.M. Is73.
Hon. F. Rross, Judge, presiding,, 1'. 11.
I'opo, nttornoy, .1. 0. Lynch, rlcrkT A. II.
ruoiiATn siiik. '
Etato of fleorgc ltaumgard, ilcccased;
Malluda llaiimgartl, ndmlutstratrlx. Final
report submitted, examined, approved nnd
adniliiUtralrix discharged rroin lurthor lia
bilities. Estate ol Newell M, Randall, deceased ; R,
A. IMmiiiidson, administrator. Final report
submitted, approved atd admlnl-tr.ttor dis
charged. IMateoflvo Watson, deceased; Nancy
Walson, ndmliilstr.itrix. Appraisement
bill, together with widow's altovvauco ot
specltlc properly set oil' by appraisement;
amount iiOU, submitted and severally ap
proved lu onlertn bo recorded,
lu the matterof the guardianship of Mich
ael Stapletoti, minor heir of l'clerStaptcion,
ilecea-ed, C. AA"mt"ii, guardian : report
tiled, approv oil, nud ordered recorded; mid
said guardian ,'iulliuried to loan balance of
money in his bauds tor the benellt ot the
Harris, .Mrs. Win
Jotiej, Murv, 2
Kelly, Rachel 0
Adiilino Urovvn, (leorci.ina
French, Sophia A
iMoiior, .M n
Owens, llecc.v Annio O'Connor, .Mollio
l'owcl, M A
Smith, Laura A
Anderson & Son, Anderson, A
Ueigler, .lohn O
Carnsban, O I'
Clark, Joel C
Cravens, J "W
Fonuols, Geo '
Greggs T J
J agan, jsOUl
Rundy, J S
Raker, li .AI
Clolins, il 1, .
Grifiln, D Y
Hall, Cr W AV
Iiowloy, S K
Hondricks, MIchaol llondorfoo, S T
Harlot, J&s D
Horn, II A or 0 J
l.eonnrd, J AV
Uirsch, G V a
Liud, A II
I. on y:, J amcs
I, owls, A t
Xtlllnf SJ 'P '
AlcOrath, Justice C McDowell. John
Marlow, Charles Mulholland, Dn
l'ike, K S
Oxcrham, A II
Kotunson, ,io im
Ronman, Lnwrcnco I'.Ichardson. A. J.
Seott, Alex "W Styers, Columbus
Staunton, Geo Sawing, O "W U
Springer,GranilvilIo Sump, John
Thoinassory, AVash Thomas, Eugono
Thomson, Geo "AVilson, E
-Wright, W -Woodward, J U
warren, .laruou Wilson, AV I,
Wesley, Mich sol AValsh, Walter
wnitctnan, w i'..
Steamer Uapjtol City, St, LouU
" Henry Frobasco, Memphis
John Telle, St. Louis
" Susio Silver, St, Loul3
" "AVrn .1 Iiowis, St. Louis
" Lady Leo, lted river
" Arkansas Jlolle, Evansvillo
" Glasgow, JobneonvHIo
" Era Ho 0, Now Orleans
" City of Chester, Memphis
" Itavon, Ohio rivor
" Exchange, I'ituburg
" John Kylo, St. Louis
" City of Quincy, Now Orloana
" Mountain Oak", Coal mines
" .llm Fisk, Jr., i'aduenh
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamer Capitol City, Vicksburg
" liunry Probasco, Cincinnati
" John Tollo, Now Orleans
" Susio Silver, Red river
" Win J Lowis Memphis
" Lady Leo, St. Louis
" Tyrone, Xaslivillo
" Arkansas Hollo, Kvansvillo
" Glasgow, Hickman
" Era No 0, Cincinnati
City of Chester, St. Louis
' Itavon, "
" City of ijuincy, "
" AVm Cowon,
" John Kylo Now Orleans
" Kiperanzo, Memphis
" Illinois Columbus
" Jim Fisk, Jr., 1'iiduonh
eo.viurto.v of tiik iuvkiis.
Tiio rlso in tho Ohio during tho pnst 21
hours was obout 8 inches. Tho Mississippi
has commenced lulling at St. Louis.
Tlioro is now plonty of water to that
place and it will havo to dcclino sovoral
fcot before tho ennnol will becomo trouble-
Spocial (lispntehos to The Uui.i.ktin
roport tho condition of tho rivorH at vari
IIUAINMH ANH WKATIIKIt.
liuilnoss picked up yostorday. nnd ship
ments woro oonsldorablo. Our shippers
aro paying tho samo rates us St. Louis
shippers pay. Freights nro plonty for nil
Tho wouthor win clear and mild, and
Tho John Tollo added ovor 400 tons
hero and has engagements for 6 000 sacks
of corn at tho foot of Wolff island.
Tho Arkansas Hollo cimo In with a fair
trip. Sho was to tako on nt Metropolis a
number of excursionists who nmko the
trip to Kvniuvlllo and lack.
The Silver mado some additions hero
and left with a big trip for Bed river,
The Era No. 0 pssied up having a cir-
cus on board bound for Cincinnati, nnd for
a wondor and something strange thoy did
not show hero.
Tho Glasgow camo In flying light from
Jolinsonvlllo and took on board a lond
of corn and wont to Hickman lust
The John Kylo passed down without
adding anything hore, and was not near
loaded. Sho will probably fill out below
horo with corn.
Tho Ravon pasted by for St. Louis with
bargoa containing salt.
A dispatch was roeuvod hori yovlor
day saying that tho towbont Collier and
barges, had rtin Into tho laud below llon
dorsoti nnd dono consldorablo ilnmsgt".
but to what extent wo could not learn,
feho is onrouto to New Orleans, and has an
nssortcd cargo. Tho Eckcrt was tele
graphed for nnd will goto her ussistmce
Tho Capitol City mid Lawis bad good
trips, nnd added sotno heto.
Tho Eipernnzi got avvny for Memphis
with an assorted cargo, nnd had nil shu
could carry, it ml loft enough Memphis'
freight to IoaJ live boats of like capacity
Wo,think our merchants nnd shippers
aro entitled to a "tqunro deal," but of
luto tho Anchor lino boats imvo been giv
ing them tlm " shtiko,, as regards taking
i:ny freight from them, nnd consequently
considerable freight for Momphis Mid
way points has accumulate. 1. It Is neatly
nil to till orders, nnd tho delay is as great
nil aggravation to tho conslgneo us it is to
tint shipper. Thev ouglit'to open a " new
leek" nnd ship by other boats. " Fly.
tlmo " st ht. Louts is not Isr distant, then
tho Anchor lino will bugl-td to take from
Captain Sabree, president of Uu Iter
nnnl Coal company vvns in tho city yester
day, trying to nnko AffHDgemonts to sup
ply thn lower country witli coal. Tho
mines nro sltuatnl about Al miles back uf
Tlm John Kylo hnd on board (juito a
number ef circus pcoplo and curintltirr,
v;ho nro going to Galveston to join tho
Now York and Now Orleans circus and
meiituteric. Anion" tho companr vvns
tho Maurnolh tjueen nnd two children,
nged -t mid C years, whoso weight, (tho
children's i Is 730 pounds.
STEAMBOAT 13UTCII Kit
Vtty Nuttouut Unuh IlullitliiK.
i.!J'CCiil altSDlioa pant tu(iMr Irom sissni
t"atN nlu'hl cr liar
1TO. 74 OHIO XjiiVJ3T
Itctail nnd Prescription
Corner AVashlngton Ave.
nnd Eighth street.
WARD st 'KOHKUTrf,
ri.Ai.N a- nr.cou.vTivis
r,vrrit iian;i.u asms kiixti.su
Also dealers In l'alnls. Oil, fila.s. Wall
Faper, etc. ."-'iitl
vsisssssi fii r.
snnnrrrnrJritasllinSTA.MIIItll IIVKIMI I'lllV.
UKU, and the lsUrt If If j.rpfsirej for rauklnir llclil,
nlinlrtonie and ilrllriuus DIM t ITS, 1.1JI.I.S,
liKKlli, tmililtl.K nnd other CAIifS &e., ic.
Jtl Inrillililf, and ulnuis nalr fur lmi.irillte
nsf. 'rtiabftt vniNT rolVIIKItfiiriistnnluDK.SK.k
MlVAtlKS to ANY I'Altr W Till; UI.OUK.
It u roniruli-iit end rronnmlul. Ml WASTK
OK KnOll I'ltUMlUill Willi ir. t;o!.l.,rih.r.
tj tiuoiDi;-,, Miii'.tiiAMii.i.ns ua iii:ali:us.
DOOLEY U UrtOTHErt, llanafaoturors,
Co yj:ir fiTiivvT, .ixir-ronf,
'I tin si'lfbilld utetmnr
Djcic Fowlkr, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
"I'.iu i 'ii ii iassau ll'J'l UU Mil. II u
to Jas. -M.M.tOllV, Ag't.
S A M W I LSOiN,
Ii t A L h H h
I' It 0 V I H I O N H K T C.
Onia Lrvkb Oaiuo, 111
ItltAI. KfiTATl! AOK.VOl.
(J. WINSTON st CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
74 (emiNii n.oon) onto i.kvkk,
IJtlY AND iiXhh ItKAL KHTATB,
FUUNIHU ARSTRACT.'i OK T1TLK
AnU ;f?ro Courriicu4 ofUlii'l.t
John (J. Ilarmait. Chas. Thriiptt,
JOIIJf.Q. IIA11MAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
orlli Cr. oi UtU Kt, mill Ohio Lovrc
, Oaiko, Illinois.
Aiistracts or Tttlo, Conveyancing tnauo a
specialty, Rea,l Kstato bought and koIiI.
(tSTTiixcs I'ald, etc,
Hi eMCTies BpJfpAiwiwslBB C
f ebatnoN una rabbit skin,
lor Weak lungs.
Al MA ROLAY RROH.
FOR HflllK' THROAT,
I'reparril and fool
Hv RARCLAY 1IR03
And DUInfectauts lor .Stable
At RARCLAY UROH.
. "YOCNd AMRRICA,
And "Universal Htandar.l,"
At RAROLAY RROH.
.Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday,
the Kith day ot Aplll. A. I. 1S73. a gelictid
election win ne neiu 111 uie city 01 rairo,
AlONandcr eotinty. .Stale ol Illinois, fot the
selection or the following named municipal
otticers, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a ,
cjty clerk, a city attorney, a city trcusiircr
and a police magistrate; each or the live (Uj
wards Into which the city is now divided be- !
Im; entitled to the election or two 'J) alder
For thn purpose or fald election, polls
will be opened at tho following named pla
ce., to-wit: In tho First ward, at the com
iniiou house of K. F. Davis, R.., on the
south side or Hxth (ft) street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues; In the Sec I
oud ward, at the Rough and Ready engine
house 011 the cast side or Washington avenue
between .Seventh anil KIghth itrectt; lu the .
Third ward at thu Hibernian englnc-houso
011 Thirteenth street between Commercial
avenue and Foplar street; In the Fourth
warn, at mo eouri-liouse, aim 111 me rum
ward, at Mrs, .Sullivan's hott'o on the north
west corner or Commercial uvciiuc and
Hv order or the cltv council,
M. .1. liovvLKV, City clerk.
John M. Lansiikn, .Mayor.
Caiiio. Ills.. March I J. 1870-ld
i O KRNMRNTS aZ
Navy Department, 1
Rttreati or Construction and Repair,
AVasiiinoio.v, March IT, IhTlt. J
Tho navy department will otter lor Kile at
public auction at the t'liited Slates naval
station, .Mound City, Illinois, on Thursday
the 17th day of April, A. I. 1TO, at I'l o'clock,
m., tho L'niteil Mates xtem-whcei, iron-clad,
single-turret vo-el "Occola,"' ol '.Vl'i tons
measurement; .the propeller iron-clad, sin-(,lc-turret
vemels, ".Marietta"' land "San
dusky," each ol 2u." ton measurement; and
the propeller steamer ''Mignonette,'' ofW
Tho vessels and tho Inventory ol articles
to bo told with each, can bo examined at
any time bctore the duy or sale, on applica
tion to the commandant oflthe station.
Twenty per centum of tho whole umoillit
ot the purchase money lu each ease must be
depo-tted at the time ot side, the balance
within ten day Irom the date ot continua
tion of sale by tho department, and tho ves
sel nrnthcr article purchased, must be re
moved Irom tho station within two weeks
Irom the date ot such continuation.
Knot continued the money deposited will
The government reierve tho light to
withdraw thu vessels, or cither or them,
Irom sale at any time, nnd to reject any bid
nr oiler which may bo coiislderedinadequale,
1'hcrn will alo be offered lor Kale at thn
came tlmo and place, mid subject to the same
terms ami conditions, 01111 old boom, now lu
tfu tit tho station lor tho protection ol the
vessels, together with such boats, furniture
and stores, under the cognizance ol'thl- bu
reati, at, do not properly belong to the let-
en named, nun wiu.no soni separately.
Navai, Station, Mot'Nii Citv, March 10,
Tho Oiregolng order from tho Navy de
partment Is published by authority ofthe
commandant of station.
FRANCIS T. OILLETT,
'I-20-ir I'nyuiastcr 11. S. Navy.
ST. NICHOLAS 1
! BILLLIAHD HALL
j HARRY WALKER Prop r.
Tld bouse Is nowly fltUJd up with two
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon Is 'locked with the lies
nrc compounded In the most approved tyl
tSTComc and sec for youmcir. jra
CAIRO CITY COAL
Ii irrsrcJ to H'jily o utiniir
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDKRS left at llnlllday Ilron. otllcc. 7
oiiio li:vi:k. nrnttnu coal vara tteiowtito
St. Charles Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Tua "Montauk" will bring coal
unngMuo 10 sieamers ae uny nour.
p : 'i' h it cj i j 1 1 1,,
''LOUR ME It Clf A NT,
No. mi oiiiu i.r.vi:i:.
3-liO tf. OAIJlO, ILLINOIS.
NEW YORK STOiUi,
WUOIiKsSALK AND 11ETAIL.
labocst vAiuurr stock in tiik citv
GOODS SOLD VERY OI.OSK.
Corner of Miieles-iilli ulreolnsstl Vut"
BKMIS, JUtOWN k CO.,
Aoents Uo.mk Corro.v Mii.ui
NO. M Ohio Lcveo. Cairo. Ills.
DENNIS II ALE V
lias now on hand all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVK AVOOD
For Kile. Leave nrdcis nt
AVM. KLIKIK'S 8TORK,
sixth and Commercial,
Or nt corner of Twellth and l'oplar. tf
Cor. i;ieinlli niiU PoplsvrMla.,
iiirnis tlio nubllo that ho has encaceil tlm
services of a UrstjclaMs AYagon Maker, and
also n First-class Horse Sltoer, and Is ready
to mwutaetuio ami repair all kinds or work
in this trade with neatness ami dispatch,