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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1873
1'nhllratUa Mm, BnllMla Balltltat
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Sio. Beiu, Onsr.nvEit's Ofpici:. )
Cairo, March 27, l7a, 10:11 p.m. J
Thermometer 40 degree?.
Wind south, velocity S mile per hour.
Maximum temperature last 21 hours, M
1 p.tm., M degrees.
JJlntmutrf temperature, last 21 hours, at
& a. in., 29 degree.
Prevailing wind last 21 hour, Multicast.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
24. boure, 210.
David W. Uaiixett, Observer.
We are authorized to announce Dr. Wil
li. im I!. Smith as a candidate for mayor sit
the ensuing municipal election.
Wc are authorized to announce James
s. Kwayuc a a candidate for mayor at the
approaching municipal election.
ron cxtv treasuueu.
Wc aro authorized to announce Mr. Jame
A. I'hllUs a candidate for the ofilee of city
treasurer, at the cnuln:r municipal election.
Wo are authorized to announce that ltoh't
A. Cunningham will he a candidate for re
(.lection tothc office of city treasurer, at th
ennunjr municipal election.
ron cirv clekk.
We are authorized to announce .Michael
J. How'ey as a candidate lor rc-clectton for
the oe of city clerk, at the ensuing mil
Soulro Slianncny yesterday flucd Alex.
Booth and Henry Hall live dollars each tor
carrying concealed weapon?, Mr. Hopkins
was before hl honor on a charge of ulng
laiiguago calculated to provoke a hrcach ol
the peace, hut tin cvldcnco would not war
rant conviction, mid Mr. Hopkins was dis
charged. Klder Shore wai the complainant,
Mr. Greenfield, owner of Orecnllcld's
Ferry, has purchased the "Salmon."' a boat
heretofore owned and operated by parties
living In Hannibal, Mo., which will lake tho
place of Iho JJ. Clark," now ninninjr be
tween Cairo and Greenfield'. Tim "Sal
mon," Capt. lllbb commanding, left Hanni
bal on the morning of the 20th, and It ex
pected to reach here by Saturday, when the
will commenco to mnko regular trips be
tween this city and Greenfield's landingj
Her capacity Is sufficient to carry twenty
five loaded wagons with cae.
Tho following were tho arrivals at tho
Dolmonlco Hotel yesterday;
A nanlels, I'rovldcuco. 11 1: William Uar-
' V'iiV.?e lt v T 11 it
MrsJU William., Commerce, Md: John 11
Hucsyiin, Cairo, Ohio; Capcr Hatfield; J W
Harbour, Lvansvllle, lud; liobcrt Hudson and
son, ilia Kidjre; M V Eaves, Anna. Ill: Win
;c Ann. Aei JIcLmie. Tamara. Ill:
ilco J) C'rcdln. Makanda. Ill; KtankM
;:i. .uciiipui: u uonc. ihii raw, ill; l
J Mitcalfe. Caseytillc. Ky; U V Winston,
Ca'cyvlllc. Ky; II C Onan, r:iseyIIIe. Ky;
ron roucr magistrate.
We are authorised to announce Mr. James
Ryan a candidate for the oSice of police
tnajrMrAts t the en-tilm immU-tpsl elec
tion. We are authorized to announce William
V. Pitcher a a CAndidite for the office of
tofice nuiitrate, at the m-uln municipal
TOS ALDEItMEX. '
We are authorized to announce the name
of Cais. O. Patler at a candidate for alder
man Iron: the Fourth if ward, at the rn'u
lng municipal election.
By anthority wc announce that M. J. Me
Ginlcy will be a candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
Fifty thousand cm eloper Just received at
the Ill'LLETINofilct. tf
Sheriff Irvln Is In St. LouU.
ably return home to-dav.
He will prob-
Hon. Isaac Clements, concresmiau elect
from this di'tilct, is in town.
Phil Howard lays that If Ids numerous
friends insist ho will run (or mayor along
with the rest.
Caeyville, Ky: Win 'Wallace,' Caeytl1le!
....-, v.-i; unci "., 1 iii
man, Caseyvlile, Ky; .1 C I.lmcll, tarrollton.
DIED On 'lltursday morning, 26th Inst.,
of membraneous croup, aged four yearn,
Addle, beloved daughter of S. D. and A. I..
Funeral services mi Saturday, t half-post
ono o'clock p. in,,- from the parcuts'"rcsl
denco, No. 78 Walnut street.
'So fades tho bright, the blooming Slower,
Frail, fleeting solace of an hour ;
So soon our earthly comforts flv.
And pleasure only blooms to die."
WA NTED IMMEDIATELY.
Three thousand railroad and levee hands,
to work at day or Matlon work, on tho C,
A. and T. railroad and Rhck ltlvcr levce,
between Cairo and Poplar Mull'., Ma
lion work from sixteen to twcnty-tlvc cent".
11. .7. lsai..
Contractor for llallroad, Charleston, Mo.
Gr.oitGE Woon.i. Lcveo Contractor.
Apply to Henry J. Deal, Or., at the Del
mottlco hotel until Saturday morning, March
29, and after that tlnu at Charleston, Mis
souri. fl-23-1 1-
lhe brick store, 123x100) III Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardtier. .T-Clm
The ttock and fixture of my news -land,
Call and see. II. C. LorLtN.
Kourll'.'ht, airy and commmllflti- bii-ineo
offices. Enquire at P. Cuhl's uew bttlldiu;.
So. SO hlo let ic. ;.2Mf "
Garden eds of all kind kept In bulk
aud sold by the pint, miait, peck or bushel.
at T. W. Carrleo' grocery, 1(0 Wahlngtoii
A lhrht red cow with wide, 'tralsht horc,
medium size, thin in flesh. I will give o
reward for Information that will laed to her
reco cry. Jous 11. Joxks,
3-27-.1t No. Ohio Le ee.
I offer for sale my entire livery stable-
horse, buggies and harness cheap lor cash.
Sale will bo closed by the 20th lnt.
3-Ctf. Miles W. Pakkei:.
The steamer Mary E, lonyihc, owned and
eommanded by Capt. Hanibleton. will ar
rlveat thisport to-day.
11. F. Potter, of tho Mound city 'Journal,
and Mr. George Lounsberry of the tame
place, were In Cairo yesterday.
ome ono says Capt. Frank ltcdard Is
looking round lor a boat to take the idaco ol
tho Hero, In the work ol building th'j dam
at tlie "mouth ol Smlthland."
F.M. Ward U now prepared to delhcrtho
best of 6a wed and .plit hickory wood lo any
pari oi me city. Alio nil Minis of wood and
c-oal always on hand. 3-2."tf.
Will he sold to tho highest bidder, on the
first day or April next, the house and lot on
the corner ol Tenth aud Walnut street.
l'IFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
1 will pay (50 reward fer information that
will lead to the detection and conviction of
the persons who set liro to or caused the
burning of my house on the morning of the
5-SMt. Wm. T. Scorr.
A SAD AFPAIR.
News comes to us oi a sad nfl'alr which oc
curred at Smlthlaud last week, ol which tho
following are tho particular: Sometime
ago a Mr. .Tuhntou married n second hus
band and moved to Marshall county. Hrr
hti-band wa very dimgrecable to his wife
ami her daughter, Miss Johnston, In so mtich
that ha sent her daughter to Smlthland to
llvo with a family named Clark. Alter be
ing thero awhllo she begged her mother to
take her from the place, but the mother re
fused to do o. Clark's conduct toward the
girl wak.'not what It should have Veen, and I.nt
week It became necessary that he should
send her away. This he did. sending her
to her relatives at Metropolis;
but they would not receive her
and stie returned, when Clark
took her to a hotle of ill-fsme, where she be
came a mother. Her mother camo to Smith
land to vis!: the slrl during the latter part of
the week, and on learning the fact was
ocrw helmed with grief ami died in a few
hours. The girl does not yet know of her
mother iIt or death.
A C Ingraham
W H Sandusky
J Y Turner
John 1' O'Shea
Fred 8 Smith
J E Morrison
S P Dannett
Wm. U Potertleld
() J liOlCIS
Jos. ti Hltienbuiuo
T U Kills
.las A Fry
A II Hurd
T 1) Athcrton
Conollus tialllher Norman Gall
Pan! Walters Jns Ar.dcrsou
I) T Parker Wm II Schnur
N A Devoro G W Dovatilt - 70
A negro named Prank Saunders received
a severe and dangerous wound below the
eyo from a pislol, which be and Randall An
derson were examining, in J'aducah vcitcr
tlay. The "HUey House," at Greenfield's laud
leg, Is now kept by Mr. Colemau, late ot
Charleston, Mo., at whoe hands persons
traveling in that direction will receive the
licit of accommodation.
IVry c'.ciji, lot lt, block 47. 1st addition, on
Twenty-tint street, a ntw cvllayt rtitJtnct
In splendid condition ; ball and three rooms
and kitchen, good el'teni, stables and out
houses..Apply lo .1, Q. H sitMON .t Co.,
Real Estate AgenK
.March 20, l!.'!. .5-20-2W
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block.tO, llrt
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. Mv
house now standlngou faldlotwillbcmoed,
leaving a good brick cellar, cistern and out
houses. Knr particulars enoiiirc at mv shop
on Twentieth street. Wm. Eiiler".
A caddy ot tobacco which Vas stolen from
Mr. H. .Meyer some time ago, was yesterday
recovered by Chief Mycn. It w'as fouud
concealed Inn carpet bag btd In a negro sa
loon In the lower part of tho city.
Ilium ,V Amson are fitting tin a store at No
112 Commercial avenue, one door abovo El-
bolt & Haythorn's, Into whlub thoy will re
inovo their very large of stock of dry goods
nbout the 8th of April. 3-27-3t.
From partlej who havo traveled along the
lino of the Cairo and Vlnccuncs railroad we
learn that "Cairo drummen'' aro to bo found
lu almost every town between this city and
Lvansvuic, and that they aro all seemingly
ttotng well and selling considerable itiaiitl
On last Friday the stave factor) of Mr. An
drew Dougherty, ot Mound CUt , wa. ct lire
lo by incendarles, and had it not been fot
tho prompt action or the gentlemen who dis
covered the fire the building and all Its con
tents would hive been destroyed. This I.
the second attempt that h been made to
burn the factory.
Mr. Elliot!, of tho Urm or Elliott and
Haythom, owing to prcurc of liioIiie- Is
fomptlled to decline tho office of mayor of
vairu, uui ino una txpro a willlngne-i mid
desire to support Saftoid, Swain, Kmith and
at many other candidates for that or sm
other office ; and further .would be happy
to supply them and their constituent., mu,
women and children with all tbi jboots, shoes
and bats republic to maU a successful
nr. Astey. cmet engineer of the Iron
Mountain aud Cairo, Arkansas and Texas.
railroad was at Grcemlcld' on Monday last
Ho wa there to look after the Interest of the
Cairo, Arkansa and Texas road at that place
Mr. Axlcy says ho will go to work at Qrccn"
field's a. toon as pos.ihlc, and will have
trains running between Charlostoii aud that
point In tho tour.o of the next two or three
months. KcilUcnU at Grectitleld's. bcllcv
lug In tho assurances given them by Mr, Ax
ley, uro In high spirits, and billet c bu will be
as good a bis word,
. That thcto uro three new towns in Alex
auder count)- Is a fact that few of our city
, people are nwuro of. l'he.c town are a!
' kltuatcd in Clear CitcL precinct, and named
respectively s Warrenton, Clear Creek and
East Capo Girardeau. 'Wancntou" was
named for Col. Warren Stuart, who served
Ills country in tho capacity of colonel In "the
laie unpleasantness." "Clear Crock" de
rltei ll oamo from tb biautllid stream of
that name enderlug ou the noi th boundary
of tho town. 'Est Capo Girardeau" is 0.
catcd Jut opposito Capo Girardeau, iiu
hourl, ml wa UW out and platted by R. a.
Fdmondwn. Wnrrenlon boasts 10 lots audW
ttdiabltanU; Clear Crock, U lots and CO in
hftbitantt,ndKatCapo Girardeau, V) tot.
and 109 JnttftblUnti.
HOTEL FOK RENT,
i'hc under.-lgncil offcrs'to rent the 111-ey
hou.c, situated near Grccntleld laudlug,
Missouri, and at tho terminus ot the C. & P.
railroad. Favorable terms will bo offered to
a Kood tenant. For particulars apply to II.
F. Field, i'icld'i stable, Cairo, or on tlie
premises to J. R. OnEKsnKi.n,
Mr-. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
just opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She ha one hundred
and liny different stylcsof hats and bonnets,
besldoalargo assortment ot ribbon-, flow
ers aud notions of nil sorts, nil of which will
be -old at the lowest prices.
Ou all sound grain received In store in tlie
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, 1373, un
til further notice, storage will be charged at
the rate of 11 cents per bushel forthellr.t
ten days or part of same, and J cent per
bushel fur each succeeding ten days or part
of sunc that tho grain may remain In store
Ragging grain and sewing bag 1 cent fcr
bushel. J. k E. llft'KlNOllAM,
Csilto, March 20, 1S73,
An energetic, experienced cauvas.Ing
agent to represent an :ttabliibed family
weekly In this tlty. Ever)- subscriber to
'Our Fireside Friend' receive, a copy of the
oil chromo "Cute," acknowledged to be the
most taluable and most taking premium pic
ture, ald receives a share lu the distribution
ot In cash and other premium. A
splendid chance fur the right man. It will
pay men experienced in soliciting, or man
aging general agenclc to Investigate. Ad
dress, uith references, Waters A Co., pub.
ll-licr., Chicago, Illinois. 3-27-lt
U !: A XT T I Y V L.
During ihcprperit4ton for thumwc shall
keep lor sale a largo variety ot pretty, healthy
ami desirable house and garden plants and
ro$e In jvits, bulb, shrubs, fsergrcens all(j
hanging baskets, which we Intend to oiler at
low price., that c cry body may have flower,
and foliage to hiautlfj their homes. Our
monthly roses will be unsurpassed by any
rose. In the city. Wo shall be receiving
fresh supplies occasionally, and should our
patrons wish anything obtainable ol florists
no would gladly take their orders and lilt
tlii'iii. (To any one ut a distance seeing this
adwrtK-mciit and wrltlngthclrdc-lre, wu
can ship plants safcly.l
At BRISTOL & STIUV KLIS,
No. iil Eighth lrccl. Come and
CimiDKR OF COMMHUCK.
The meetln; of the Chamber of Com
merce yesterday morning was well attended,
nearly all the members being present. As
an evidence of the deep Interest our citizens
arc taking In the Chamber or Commerce, wo
may say that the names of new members are
constantly bclngaddedto the roll, and It will
not be long before every business man of
standing In this community will have be
come IdcntKed with it.
At the meeting yesterday, after the sales
were concluded, the President, I). Kurd,
called the Chamber to order, and announced
the fotlowinggcnllempn a committee to con
fer with the chief signal officer at this point-
W. P. Halllday, l'eter Cuhl and C. N.
Mr. Cuhl then offered a resolution request
ing the president to appoint a committee of
three, whoe duty lt shall be to Inquire Into
what may be necessary to secure the send
ing of a daily report of our quotations by the
As.sociatcd Pre'-. The resolution wa'
adopted, nnd Mes-r.-. P. Cuhl, .1. Kcycr and
Wood Rlttcnhoiiss were appointed a such
On motion of .Mr. II. L. Halllday, a com
mittee of three was appointed to secure
tables for tticu-e ol the Chamber, aud report
tho best method of disposing of the drawers
to members at auction. The President ap
pointed 11. L. Halllday, John Wood and
Capt. D. T. Parker on the committee, alter
which the Chamber adjourned.
Among the visitors me-cntwe may men
tion the follnwin;: A. O. lfnrklcs., Padli-
cah; Mr. Drury, ol the ilrm of Howard i.
Pre. tun, produce and general commission
merchants, New Orleans; J H Otley, Cairo,
The following comprises the sales: Two
ears white corn sacked and del -lie; 103 bags
mixed del Vic; 1 bale hay timothy dil SIC; 1
bale hay timothy del IS; 21 i sacks bran 3ir;
200 sacks oats 81c; 110 bbls choice XX.
flour fancy $9; C bbls early roso potatoes
83 50; SObbls potatoes $3 15; 23 bbls pota
toes ii 25; 20 bbls potatoes f2; bbls hay
&17. Meal looks better, llutter U advanc
ing. Eggs are tending upward on account
of shortness of receipt'.
THE SCIENTIFIC LECTURES (jr DR.
Dr. It, C. Talier will commence a eile of
lectures at the Afhcneum, In thl city, on
Saturday and Sunday evenings, March 20
and 150, ou "The True Philosophy of Llie,"
continuing them from time to time, as cir
cumstances will penult, ot which due notice
will be given. The subject for the first lec
ture will be "God, the Creator." That of
the second will be ''The Latiguagc)f Things,
or the Sclcneo of Correspondences." This
little-understood subject Is one of tlie most
profound interest at the present time,
amld-t tho confu-ion of conflicting ideas, as
it gives the key by which we can unfold the
language In which the bible was and how It
must be Interpreted, at the same time throw
lng much light on the mythology aud hl-tory
of the past, and tho so-called Idolatrous relig
ion or the present. The subjects of thes
lecture, will bo of the most attractive inter
est, in consequence of the new tniths un
folded, many of thrm luortly confined to
physical science, but .bowing the eternal
harmony between science and religion, as
well as the eminently practical character nf
all genuine knowledge. They will be pre
pared with great care, to please as welt in
struct, avoiding all clon scientific technical
ities and reference to unfamiliar language..
Tickets to each lecture fifty cents, admitting
gentlemau Midjady, can be had at Schuh's,
Hannon's, itockwcliv, llri-tol .V Stllwell's
and at tho door. Doors open at 7 o'clock,
commencing precisely at h o'clock,
Prick Curiie.vt OFricr,
CAtnoyThuriday, March 27, 1873.
Wo uoto a contlnuanco of tho dull mar
ket reported in our last istuo. Owing to
lack of railroad facilities to the Interior of
tho soulh, iho order trado I greatly re
strained, and stocksjarj accumulating. Tho
speculative demand at present prices be
ing entirely Inadequate lo dliposo of ro
cipt Tho light shipping dcmiff.d is
owing to the oxtremo dullness and low
prices in the Now Orleans market which
to some extent governs this.
The meetings on Chnnga during tho
week lmvo been well attended but sales
h&re Peon slow and rather
forced, sellers being compelled to
make concessions. Corn meat has im
proved, nearly all In tho market fcolng
stored, sellers nro firm to-day ut 12 25.
Buyers nn offering S2 10, with no trns
actioni. Eggs and butter ate Arm at nn
advance. Poultry is scaroo. Potatoes
aro very dull with tho market over
locked. Frcichts aro plcntv nnd rales
tend downward. A reduction of 5c on tho
cwt may bo looked for. The weather,
after a dy" storm of rain, snow nnd slceti
is again warm nnd ploasnn.
fcaSrC'orroipondents should bear in
mind that our quotations represent prices
for round lots from flrtt hand, unle's
olberwiio stated, And that in filling small
orders higher prices must ba paiJXgJ
FLOUR Very dull ncd tow sales have
been mado. Prices remain nbout hs lust
quoted with little or no demand. Sales
compriio 50 bbls XX $0 75; 100 bbls
choico family 0; 75 bbls do XXX $7 00;
110 bbls fancy family P, and 300 bbls
various grades $3 50(S10.
3032c; Lieuayrn 2J025C; Itlo, ptlmo to
IMOOMd.I)iill; common houio toll
at $1 60; choico nnd oxtra choice ?3
3 To ; steamboat $i C00 00.
PKKIG11T Cotton, comprcsied, to
Now York, 85c; to lloston, $1. Un
comprcssod, to Now York, SI U;to llos
HATES To New Orleans nnd Vlcks
burg: Potatoos, apples, etc, COc; pork
Si; pound freights 80a per cwt; buy
?9 por ton whlskoy $1 10 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS Flour, otc 40c perl hi;
pound freights 22s per cwt; hay C 00 per
ton whiskoy( 80a per bbl; pork COc per
.Steamer John Lumsdcn, Natbvlllu
" Raven, St Louis
" Pat Rogers, Cincinnati
" W J Lewis, Memphis 1
" .Mary Houston, Louisville
K O Elliott, St Iuls
" tlohn Oilman, Ohio rlvor
" Nick Lonyworth, Cincinnati
" Quickstep, Evatisvillo
" Chas lbdmann, ' Orleans j
" Mlnneola, Cincinnati
" Wm Cowcn, St Louis
" City of Helena, St Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" City of Vlcksburg, VicULurg
. " dim Fisk Jr., Paducuh
to nuicr John Lumsdcn, Nnshvillo I
" Raven, St Louts
" Pat Rogers, Memphis
W J Lewis, St Louis !
" Mnry Houston, N Orlontis j
" E O Elliott, Memphis
" Nick Longworlh, N Orlenns i
" Quickstep, Evatisvillo
" Clms liodmanu, Cmcintiitl
" Mlnneola, Si Louis '
" Wm Cow-Sri, St Louis
City of Helena, Vieksburg
" Illinois, Columbus
City of Vlcksburg, St Li i s
" Jiu'i Flik Jr., PuJuenh ,
' (ilnsnow, Memphis i
losrimoK or Tin: rivkiv.
SInco the recent rain nnd snow storm
j tho rie in tho Ohio has Incrraspd cnsld-
erable, and 4t Is now ri.lng at tins rt at'
ten Inches every twenty. four hours. '1 Im
Cumberland rivor is falling again nnd
tho riso hero will gradually lessen in a fw '
ilnys. Tho Mississippi is falling, with
thirteen feet In thsfcchannel to St. Louis.
Special dispatches to TltB IiCI.X.KTIN
report tho condition of the rivers at vari
1IVSISI- AMI WKATItntt.
There was not muoh doing in tho lovce
yesterday. There is not great amount of
freight on hand fur any point nt tho pres-
.tTO. 7L- OHIO ILiiiVJilE-
lictiiil ami l'refccri t!on
Corner Washington avo
and Eighth street.
ii .in .-w
HAY No strictly choice in the mnrket ent time.
ana nono arriving; low grades nre plenty Tfe weather was fair and vorr pleat
and without buyers. Sales on 'Change ant.
comprise 1 car of choice timothy $15; 2 ) Mfey.r.t.ANKOv .
csrs choice timothy $1?; .10 bale, mixed ()iDg to tho accumulation of froicht at
CIS, all delivered. Hickman, and thoir inahilltv to receive U? "U1.'. .'. .'"."
COP.N-Market qui,t nnd on lh, dull ! any freight for the nert few dsvs. the rbrubi'VVlnci XXhttZ!
of ilumr.ls Ulld tkbblt Skill,
for weak lung..
At HA ItCL'AY HP.03.
FOI! SOUK THROAT,
Prepared and sold
II v IIARCLAV llltoa
And Disinfectants for .Stables
At MA KOLA Y MHOS.
And "Universal Standanl."
At MA UCLA Y HK03.
NEW ADVERTISEMBNTS. -
. PAULS KXI'OSITIO.V.
TI I B Kl iS KST CO L L ECT1 0 N OF P LA NTS '
Its-reived islrrrl rri iti I'raucr,
Mr. P. Pcllarce. flower and shrub seller lis !
Paris and Versailles, France, has tho honor 1
of inlormlne the ladles nnd centleman of tbls 1
U. WJNSTON &, CO..
RKAL ESTATE AGENTS
order. Very little Remand for nnythinn'
and prices on mixed. in tai:kswcrt shaded
n litU'i to-dar ut 43llc In bur.
laps and dundus wero the ruling Iliguros:
Sains on cban;;o woro,4 cam white in bur
laps del 4Sc; I cur mixed in burlaps del
43c 1! ears white 'm built nn track 3fJe; 2
cars mixed in bulk on track 3Sc; 1 car do
sacicd nnd .deHk nnd 0 cars aud 800
sack do 43-14e.
OATS Market vry quift, Supply
more than siilTlcIent lo meet tho demand
Sales 200 sacks choico miiod31:; 1 car
white mixed in sacks del :tc; 2 cars rnixod
sacked "nnd del 34c; 1 car nnd 23a" sacks
del 33J; nand C cars mixed In bulk on
J I KAN Plenty, dull and hard to soli.
200 saoks sold on 'Change at $15 and 1
car in sacks at S14 60 del.
CORN MEAL Thero ia n btttcr fol
ing in tho meal market nnd holders aro
firm with choice at $2 25. iluyurs woro
offering $2 10; no meal sold on 'Cbango
to-dy. wo coto f&los of 150 bbls steam
dried sold yesterday nt $2 10.
POTATOES Tho stock on tho market
74 (Eonrn xlook) onto Livrr,
oa I no, it.U)
livr amd Sxu. Real Khtatk,
pear trees, applo tree., cherry trees, ,um f rjjsvfuit AllSTUACTt nv VITt v
trees, tines, neach tree., strawlierrv mil ru,w,B" .liaiHAia Ut llJJB
Kuiis'juerry iiuius oi various s.ini, nower B'' r-Ti iiisisjtuu nrKloli:
onus, niiirn ngurcu at tlio grand expo. Itlon, !
etfi. Prices very moderate. i John (. Harnun
city that he has iu.t arris ed here, nnd !!!
temalna few days, with tho most varied
ants nnd ;
line., I'.eododeudrums, Pu-ns, Arhorea, new j
iiuiz:a,i,ij. new roso nusiiM, irult trees, j
with iron oro for Cincinnati.
The tow boat Ajax; with is tow of coal,
bus been lying up in tho bend abovo tho
city since Wednesday night.
Tho new ferryboat purchased by Oroen
fleld is called Samor nnd has room nnd
carrying capaity for 25 loaded wagons and
has cabin room for n largo number of ftv.t
psicngors. She will commcrco her trips
tho first of next week.
Uui.ug tho wiul storm of Tuesday tho
Crosont City had her fuel bargo sunk by
tho waves whllo sho was lying at tho bnn'k
no-sr Hickman with hor tow. Sho leturned
to this port nnd got Knottier bargo of coal.
Tho John Gilmoro brought down thn
is largo with llttlo or no demnnd. Pricos small wrecking boat Samson which will
(ilasjow takes n trip to Memphis. Sha
loft with nil sho wanted.
Tho now steancr, Pat P.agors, mada her
first appearance beforo tho Cairo public
night boforo last, nnd from her build and
appearances sho will make somofour
fast packets hump thcmiclvcs when sho
gets with them.
Tho Mlnneola paned by for St. Ixmis
i... i. sit. ... ... -Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday. .
ogar barrels, bho will lovJ her barges J tho Kith day ot April, A. 1). 1873, a general ,
lection win he liein in tlio cltv or Cairo, i
Alnxandcr county. State ol Hlinol", for the
selection of the following named municipal
omcers, io-wii: a mayor, a city council, a
S. II. Amatcum who miv ltnnnr m rlili
their confidence, will please call at .Mr. John
Ku-hlcr's, CommcrclHl avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets. fi-2S-dlw."
FLO W E R S.
The following Is a correct list of the
perioss chosen as grand and petit jurors
for tho April term of the Alexander
county circuit court.
J W Hellinan V,' h Ilrlstol
EgUrt E AValbrldge K J Cundlll
II A Illntor
D h Davit
II A Htnnou
E W tirum
K A Kdmondsou
V M Vard
W K Laul
M S Cox
John M PhlllU-tfj.
las II Mulcahy
John A Harris
J IS KICKS
II 11 Ellis
Wm S Wllllmns
K P Davis
W T IUuTey
T 51 MIehels
Juitlno Cunningham Chatlos Thnipp
it .., uvu v triii. ,? uiu
J 0 Hawkins
C C Davidson
from C075c'Ia bulk nnd 22 25 in
barrels for choice Northern Peach lilov. i
wo nolo sains of 10CI bbls Poach lilows
S2 23 nnd 20 bbls Karly Roso for seed
II UTTKK Thero Is nn active demand
for choico solid packed at nn advance over
former quotations. A fetf packages extra
choico sold to-day nt 33c. This is an out
side figure, but choico commanded 27030c
readily. Salos comprise 30 pkgj choice
solid packed nt 2G30c ; 10 boxes choice
roll at 2Sc.
hGGS Scarce nnd hlghor. Receipts
fall short oi tho demand. Several hun
dred dozen sold yesterday and to-day at
CHICKENS Scarce nnd in demand
Choico hens command 4 nnd good mixed
J3 GQt por dozen
PKOVJSIONS-Tho market is r.uiet
and well supplied, with tho exception of
sugar cured shoulders. Prices aro lluctu
ating, ncd transactions aro con lined to
small order trade. A few hundred lbs of
D. S. shoulders sold at CJfJOc. Macon 6c;
country cured plain hams Ul 2c; sugar
cured uncsnvassed hums 12J01"c; sugar
cured canvassed do 1814c,
APPLES Choico nro in fair domand,
and selling t S14 60; common $2 L0T(
DRIED I'KHIT-IJuU nt CCc for
choico peaches nnd apples
HAMS Sugar cured canvassed, nro
selling in lots nt miJjioc.
HACON Clear sides 'J10c. Urcnk
fast bacon 11 JfU2c.
SUGAR. Active and soiling 121c for
.V A . liAIJI.... 1 1 i ,
cunvu i 'iui-iu lor ltuiuuu, jiowuorou
TEAS. Imperial, TBfuyl 26 1 Gunnow
dor, 751 25 ; Oolong black, 76$! j
Young Hyson, SI! 40.
OHKESE.-Good domand j Now York
mctory :r in iun)KC.
SYKUPS Tho domand Is fair for
choico ut 60c?l "1 gal and New Orleans
PLASTERING HAIR.-35c '(1 bushel.
LIME.-lii lots 51 26 to 1 60 V bbl.
CEMENT. At wholesnlo ?22 BO (
GUNNIES. Ke-sowod 2 bushols 18c;
1 bushols 20c.
MHKLAPS.-2 bushels corn, 'JJ oz
151c; do 10 oz 10c; 4 bushels Oats 2uc; 6
bushels 21c; U bushels 22c.
MEKSWAX. V lb 30o.
SOAP. SchaotTor'a Gorman moltlcd
7Jc; Champaign soap, 7jc.
TALLOW, fl lb 7c.
SYRUTS.-Oholco VJ gallon, C5cl'00;
New Orleans, 0570c.
COPPEK-Bcarco. Jbt .lolling t
bo used In recovering tho railroad iron
that went into the river some time ago be
low tho coal yard.
Tho Mary Houston went down with nil
she wanted. Sho was wind-bound fur 2
hours ut Paducfth.
Tho Nick Longworth went south with u
Tho City of Helena camo in with n light
trip and filled out hero with nil the
Pressed bv tin; require
ments of nn increasing rnde,
we are compelled In remove
to a larger store. During the
tir.st week in April we will re
move to the store now occu
pied by Blum & Ansoin,
Eighth street, which, in space
and convenience, has but few
equals in tho city. To our
many friends who have en
couraged us by their liberal
patronage wo return our sin
ccro thanks, aud will say to
them that whatever wo possess
of experience and industry
will lio devoted to their inter
est. Truth is what tho pco
pie appreciate, and not decop
tion. Vo do not proposo to
cut upon leading goods, tho in
evitable effect of which is to
pronioto extortion upon less
cnown articles. We proposo
to mark everything in plain
figures, and sell at ono uni
form prico, treating nil alike.
"Wo nre determined to do only
n cash business, nnd will givo
our customers tho bonciit of
clo.so prices. Wo respectfully
solicit n sharo of tho public pn-
tronngo in our now quarters.
j.;ii.it Stuart & Gholson.
city clerk, a city attorney, a city treasurer i
and n iiolice magistrate; each of tho lhe (.
narui hum vt incu mo city is now iiiviucu lie
lng entitled to tho election of two (2) alder
men. Kor the purposes of said election, polls
will be opened at the following named pla
ce., to-wlt: In the l'lr.t ward, at the com
mission house or E. K.Davis, Esq., on the
south side or Sixth (0) street, between Com
merci.d and Washington avenues; lu the Sec
ond ward, at the Rough and Ready cnxluc
homo on thu cast side of Washington ai entiu
hctwocii Suvcntli and Eighth streets; lit the a M"I,1'VT?V
Thin! ward, at the Jlilienilan tiutlne-houso AX i UUlMli 1
on Thtrtf-cntli street between Commercial,
ntenuo and Poplar street; in the Fourth
ward, at the court-house, and lu the Fifth
warn, ai jirs. Mimvairs house on the north
west corner of Commercial avenue and I
Twcnty-lltth street. j
My order of the cltvcottncll.
M. .1. I'Iowlkv, City clerk.
John M. I.axsdcn, Mayor.
Caiho, III.., March 12. l73-td
JOHN Q. IIAIOrAN i CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.Vorlli Cor. nrillls stl. Mnd Otilo I.ts-.
Abstracts of TltU, Contcyanctng msde n
specialty. Real lUtato bought and sold.
tST'Iaxcs Paid, etc.
WILLIAM J. ALLKN,
IS It Y UOO I) S.
'72. FALL'AND WINTER 73
C. II A N iNT Y.
B T K I 1 K B,
KBNTUOIty JKAKH, rXTRA,
LAHUK STOCK OF (JARKSTING
OiHccovcr FIrt National bank. 3-10-3m
GREEN 4c OILUEUT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
WillUni H.lireen, 1
; -Hpci. Mtsatioi. gltfn to Admlnltf tnJ
I OFFIOK OHIO LKTII, BOOMB 7 AJTD sj oVCB
PITT WATIOIf AL BAITIC.
SAMUEL I'. WITEELER,
ATTORNEY S: COUNSELOR AT LAW
Ortlce over First National batik. 3-I53m
David T. l.tiK'Ktr.
John. M. l.ansden.
OIL, O LOTH B,
Ulsi Kiillre Mtovk
VEHY LOW FIGURES.
COKJIKH 8TU BT. AND COM M EtlCI AL-AV.,
I'lly Nittlounl Bssnk llnliainsi.
LINKfiAR & LAN.SD1SN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Oillcc ou Seventh street, Winter' block
old ofllco of Llnegar, Mtinn A Pope, 2-21-lm
WM. GLENN & SON'S
m:AD QUARTERS FOIl OllOCERIES
COFFEE. Rio, Lajruayra, Jav, Moch.
SUGAR, N. O., Hard & Soft Refined.
SYRUPS. Now Orleans and Knstorn.
wK MAKK eriCIAUTIBS OK
ojtttrinsi. ' c.vc.v.van
Mpectal attention paid to orders from sieass
R'uiiv. ranldlv. an.l in
Address in perfect confidence,
fl 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd roan who cando. busiues
i the oulot, I guarantee an Msntnse For-
BttenUoB to buii ' '"u m'uu9