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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, L873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
liilAtrn omee, Rnllettn llnlldlnc
WniiMnstton Atenue.
tOCAL WEATHEU REPORT.
U. S. fiio. Snn., Onsnnvpn's Offick. I
Cauio, March SS, lis.), 10:11 p.m. J
llnromctcr 20:71.
Thermometer 47. degrees.
Wind southwest, velocity 8 miles pcrhotir.
Weather, fair.
Maximum temperature hut 24 hour, nt
3.1.;m., r0 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hours, at
0 n. in., 15 degrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hour, south.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
21 hour?, S20.
Toial rainfall last 21 hours .82 of an Inch.
David W. llAn.vnTT, Observer.
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
rou MAYon.
Wc are authorized to announce Dr. "Wil
liam It. Smith as n candidate for mayor at
the ensuing municipal election.
Wo arc authorized to announce .James
3. Swayno us a candidate for mayor at tlic
approaching municipal election.
rou city Ti'.r.AsuttKii.
Wc nro authorized to aunouncu Mr. James
A. rhlllis a candidate for the ofllce of city
treasurer, at tiio ensuing iuuulclp.il election
Wo are authorized to annouueo that Hob't
A. Cunningham will bo n candidate for ro
election tolho oBIce of cltytrcavurcr, nt the
ensuing municipal election.
ron city cleiik.
Wo aro authorized to announce Michael
J. Hotvlcy as a candidate tor re-election for
ttio ofllce of city clerk, at the ensuing mil
nicJpal election.
ron roi.icr. magistuatr.
Wo are authorized to announce .Mr. .lame
Ilyati a candidate for the olllco of police
raagistrata at'titc cnsulnj.- municliial elec
tion. Wc are atitliorized lo announce William
F. 1'Itchcr as n candidate for the ofllce ol
pollco magistrate, at the enduing municipal
election.
ron aliikjimf..'.-.
Wo Are authorized to announce J. E. Cun
ningham as a candldato for alderman in the
First ward.
Wo are authorized to announce the name
of Chas. O. Taller as a candidate for alder
man froir the Fourth (4) ward, nt the ensu
in,' municipal election.
Uy authority wc announce that M. .J. Mc
Oauley will be a candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
election.
On Monday Marcli 21, 1ST3, W. F.
Scbuckcrs tojk charge of tlic city circula-
tlon.of Tin: Bullktik, and ho Is entitled to
collect all subscriptions lor paper delivered
by carrier fctuco that date.
Fifty thousand envelope. nt received at
the UuixcTrxoilIcc. ti
Thccdltorof the Joncsboro" Advertiser,'
Geo. M. Dougherty, was in town yesterday.
Envelopes ftirnUUcd und minted nt the
Rulletin Urricuat S.I to ?C per thousand.
twatr
Jacob Jvinncy was arrested yesterday for
snooting iire-arnis witniii tue cily limits.' It
Was n bad case lor the city and Jacob was
discharged.
Dr. J. A. Williams mid J. W. MctHcmcry,
oi jietropoiis, arc in the city. It Is Mid
tbey contemplate opening hero n flrst-clas1-
uvcry and silo stable.
F. M. Ward H now prepared to dclit cr the
best of sawed ami split hickory wood to any
part of the city. Also all kinds of wood unil
coal always on hand. 3.25 tf.
ilt. J. 11. Cunningham aunounces himself
in this morning's Rulletin as a candidate
for Alderman from the first ward. Mr. 0. is
well known to the people ol the Fim ward
and will receive many votes.
Ilium & Amsou are fitting up n store nt So
112 Commercial avenue, one door ubovo Ell
Ilott & llaythoru's, into which tiicy will re
wovo their very largo of stock or dry goods
about tho 8th of April. 3-27.3.
The force of laborers employed In leveling
and filling inthc track of tho Cairo and Yin
cenues railroad on Commercial uvenue,
has within the past day or twobecn greatly
augmented, and tho work U now being
puthed forward at a rate that promises Its
early completion. The chatigeablcness of
tiio weather for tho past week lias seriously
interfered with the work.
Geo, II. Henderson, James Toby and John
McDonald were arrested ou Thursday even
ing by Ofllcer Martin, who 1 barged them
wuu indecent conduct. Thev were hard
cases, and the Judge iu.-es.td McDonald and
Henderson five dollars and costs each, which
they paid. Toby wis lined 511 and cous
in all f 10 CO. He had no cash, and come
iuci.t y went to the calaboose for ten days.
. uuitvr jinrua arrcstcu u man near
mc corner or Commercial nvcuuu and
Eighth, for, as the ofllcer supposed, being
uruun. 110 was taKen to the lock up and
remained there overnight. In the morning,
when taken out for trial, ho wan discovered
to be a raving maniac, and wu ,ent to the
county Jail. It has since bctu Mcertalned
that it Uacocper by trade and was em.
ployed at tho barrel factor)'.
I'at Kennedy, a rou of Erin, was pu ked
up by the police at an early hour on Thurs
day morning. He had surrounded loo great
u quantity of the lightning whiskey sold by
levco dogcrlti!, and .became beastly drunk,
His honor called upon Patrick to deposit
with tho court about four dollars and a hall
Ho had no money, but promised If the
'squire would let him go that be would leave
tho city In-tanlcr. A stay of execution was
framed, ami l'at forthwith departed.
Mr. Elliott, of the Urm of Elliott and
Haythorn, owing to pressure ot business is
compelled to decline tho ofllco of mayor of
Cairo, but tho llnu express a willingness and
deslro to support Safloid, Swain, timith und
as many other candidates for that or any
other olllco ; and further ,wou!d bo happy
to supply them and their constituents, men,
women and children wlthall Unroots, shoes
mid hat requisite to make 11 successful
race. 2-27.31.
Tho Hibernian Fire company's now nlarm
bell has arrived, nnd was delivered to the
company nt ".their euglnc-houo yesterday.
The weight ol the bell Is one thoinand nnd
twclvo pound', nnd as for good loud, clear
tone it will surpase any bell In tho city,
lt.was cnst;by Vnnduzcn Tifts, Cincinnati,
Ohio; nnd has on It ca't In plain letter", "Hi
bernian Fire company No. 4, Cairo, His.''
Tho beil will bo placed lu n position to do
service In a day or two, when wo may ex
pect to hear the lire nlarm sounded nt lea'tn
dozen times a day lorthe next two weeks to
come.
Mr. It. II. Cunningham reached heme
from 'ow York yesterday morning. .Mr.
Cunningham rclatos the particulars of an ac
cident which occurred Wednesday night on
the Ohio and Mississippi lEallroad, lu which
he met with a very narrow escape, lie was
sleeping In tho forward part of the Pullman
sleeping car. which Jumped tho track ami
collided with 11 fi eight train which was
standing on 11 side track. Tlic entire side ol
tho sleeping car was brokcu In, dangerously
wounding several of the occupants or the
car and terribly frightening all the rest. The
train had Just left the station, but what
throw tlic sleeper from the track Mr. Cun
ningham could not ascertain.
Tlicrc was n cac beforo his honor, Judge
Pros', on Wednesday evening, out of which
some strange tacts came to light. A man
who has lived lu tills community for many
years, nnd always borno the reputation of
being a tfoou citizen, was arrested on n
warrant sworn out by the woman who has
always been recognized os his wife, but
who, it appears, never was married to him.
Out of consideration for tlic children of the
parties, of which there nro two, wo men
tion no names. The man was put tinder
bonds ol one hundred dollars to keep the
peace. This couple have lived together as
man and wire for six years. Tiio man
wanted tlic woman to marry Mm, if for no
other reason for the sako ol their children ;
but (die refined, nnd several daysago packed
up and left his bed and board. It Is said
that she is now living with one of the mean
est nnd most utterly worthic" ncgroc inthc
city.
Mr. Dan. Hartman, the aiutioncer, was
yesterday arrested for obstructing the side
walk in front of Ids auction hou-c, at the
corner of Sixth street and Commercial ave
nue. Mr. Hartman claims that he has nevei
obstructed the sidewalk; that all toads
brought to his house to be sold nt public out
cry have been placed cither ou the Jour
foot space on tho Inside or the walk alloted
to bim by tlic ordluancci, or 011 the street
next to the sidewalk; and that in no in
stance has good) been allowed to remain
cither on tho strcet'or tho sidewalk more
than two hours. On the other -ddc, the oilt-
cers testified thatat various times they have
seen tho sldcwaks about Mr. Hartman'e
house fo blocked up with goods as to render
It dtillcuU to get by them. The Judge lined
him live dollars and the costs. Hartman
gavo notice of an appeal to the circuit court.
Whatever may have been tho Judge's opin
ion as to the justness of the line, it Is certain
110 did tlic only thing ho could do under the
ordinances, and that was to assess the lowest
lino po-'lblo.
FOlt KENT.
The brick store, (2;.xl00,i 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardner. ;w;.lm
SACRED CONCERT,
At John School's Waslilugton',.hall, tc
morrow (ounday) evening, at S o'clock.
3-20-2t
FOR SALE.
The stock nnd lixturcs of my news stand.
Call and sec. ' II. C. Lofi.in.
3-25-lw
FOI! KENT.
Four light, airy nud commodious business
olllces. Enquire at I. Cnhl's new building,
-So. SO Ohio levee. 2-2Stf
GARDEN SEEDS.
Garden seeds of all kinds kept-in bulk
and sold by thu pint, epiart, peck or bushel,
atT. W. Carrlco's grocery, HO Wii-hliiirton
avenue. 3-22.1 w
LOST. '
A light red cow with wide, straight horns,
medium size, thiu in tlcsh. 1 will give $."
reward for information that will laed to her
rccov cry. Jons II. Jonks,
2-27-3t No. &." Ohio Levee.
FOR SALB.
I olfcr for sale my entire livery stable
horses, buggies and harness cheap lor cash.
Sale will be clood by the 20th lust.
a-ctf. Milks W. Paiskkis.
Pl'HLlO HALE.
Will bo sold to the highest bidder, on the
first day of April next, the houc and lot 011
the corner ol'Tenth and Walnut streets.
S-lltd
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
1 will pity .7) reward lor Information that
will lead to the detection and conviction of
the persons who set lire to or caused the
burning of my house m the morning ol the
10th lust.
3-2J-M. WJI. T. Scott.
FOK SALE ' "
t'try c).tup, lot 14, block 17, 1st addition, on
Twenty-Orel street, n ntu cvilagt raiJm e
in splendid condition; hall and tliroo rooms
and kitchen, good cl.tcrn, stable nnd out-
uouxj.. Apply-to .1, (. Haumo!,- &. Co..
Real Estate Agents.
Match 20, ls;3. 3-20-2W
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block 4!), iirt
addition, fronting on Twentieth trcct. My
liou.o now standing on said lot will be mo cd,
leaving u rod brick cellar, cistern and out
houu's, Fhr p-trtlcularseuiulre at my shop
on Twentieth street, W.M. Ein.Kli.
-1.'m11iu
"W. H. Rockwell Ai Co. have placed us un
der obligations for several pieces t.f now mu
fclc, comprising i "Curling Waves," "Merry
Girls," '"Morning '.Zephyrs," Instrumental;
aud "Think ot Me Sumollme, Maggie;"
"Savior, Thounrt Ever Near;" "Nol.ittlo
Ono to Meet Mo ;" and "My Dear Old
Motlvcr," songs. This music Is all published
by 3. h. X'etcrs & Co,, of New York city,
Mhote publicatlojuj alvray command ready
sale.
HOTEL FOlt KENT.
The uudeiYiirticd olfers to rent the IIIcy
bourc, situated near (irveuiirld I Hiding,
Missouri, and at the tcrmlntlit ol tho 0. V I'
railroad. Favorable terms will bo offered to
it good tenant. For particulars apply to II.
V. Field. I ield' "table, Cairo, or on the
prcinWes to .1. 11. (iiti:i:.Nni:i.ii,
8-13 3w.
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
Three thousand railroad nnd levco .hands,
to work nt day or station work, on the C,
A. and T. railroad and lllack River levee-,
between Cairo nud Popiar llluiT. Ma
Hon work from sixteen to twenty-live cents.
11. J. Dkai.,
Contractor for Railroad, Charleston, .Mo.
(Jr.onciE Wool. Leoo Contractor.
Apply to Henry J. Deal, Jr., nt tho Del
monico hotel until Saturday morning, March
20, nnd nrter tbat time ut Charleston, .Mis
souri. M3-lt.
WANTED.
An energetic, experienced canvassing
agent to represent an established family
weekly In tlii city. Every subscriber to
Our Fireside Friend' receives n copy of the
oil chronio "Cute," acknowledged to bo the
most valuable and most taking premium pic
ture, aio receives a share In the distribution
ol 823,000 in cash and other premiums, a
splendid chance for tlic right nun. It will
pay men experienced in soliciting, or man
aging general agencies to Investigate. Ad
dress, Willi references, Waters & Co., pub
lishers, Chicago, Illinois. :i-27-lt
Tho record ol "An Hour among tlic
Qrce tibacks," in Scribncr's lor April, I ns
entertaining as a story. The unnamed au
thor certainly writes from n thorough ac
quaintance with his subject, and gives, with
tho aid ot pictures, the lest account yet
publMied of the workings ol tho currency
department. Mis Proctor's profusely illus
trated description ol "Moscow nnd South
ern Russia" will be read with peculiar In
terest at thi time, as well ns the sketch of
'An Emperor s ncation at Ichy."
Among the Illustrated papers aro an nrticlo
on America's prima donna, Clara I.oul-c
Kellogg, Willi portrait, and "An Ancient
American Conization," with picture of
Permian antiquities. Resides Dr. Hol
land's serial, "Arthur Donnlcastlv," these !,
by way ol ilctlon, the beginning of a very
powerful story by S-i.ve Holm, "Ths Eldcr'n
Wife," n sequel to Draxy Miller Dowry ;
".Martin Lea's Story," by Norman Holm;
'Tlic Automaton Ear," a strange romance,
by Florence McLandburgli, and "The Flea
and the Professor, by Hans Christian An
dersen. Prof. Atwater, of Princeton, ably
discusses "Needed Modification ofour Cur
rency and Ranking System," and among the
poennwoiiud some striking vcr-c by Mr,
Stcdman, entitled "Hypatia," and having
rclercnce to the woman lecturer ol to-day
From George MacDonald there Is another
beautiful translation from Novalis. lu
Topic of the Times" Dr. Holland writes
of "The Latin Nations" "Clean Hands"
'Lord Lytton" nnd "Party Virtue." The
Old Cabinet lias a "Protest concerning
Catalogues," somcthlug about expre'lon.
etc. Home and Society, Culture aud Pro
gress, Nature and Science, and Etching, are
perhaps more interesting than usual.
The May number ot Scribncr's open, the
sixth volume, aud. as the publisher say.
"This is the time to subscribe."
NEW HOOD'S.
Mr. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial ami Washington avenue, has
Just opened out a slockof new and fashion
nolo millinery good. Sho has one hundred
nnd fifty different stylesof hats mid bonnets,
besido a largo assortment ot ribbons, flow
crs and notions ol nil sorts, all of which will
lie sold nt the lowest prices.
"NOTICE."
On all sound grain received lu store lu the
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, DO, un
til further notice, storage will lie charged nt
the rate of 1 J cent per bushel for (ho first
ten,duyn or part of same, nnd J cent per
bti.bel for each succeeding ten tlnyit or part
ol biino tbat the grain mayirmniu In store
Hugging grain and sswlng bags 1 cent pot
lunliel . J. & K. lircinxoiiAM,-
Cauio, Murch 20, 1573, ll-27-lw
Tho "Aldino' for April will lie received
with enthusiasm and delight by e, cry per
son of taste who lias a grain of appreciation
for the beautiful or a spark of pride for the
progress of American art. Ilcing tho latest,
It Is, of courc, tho linost of all the line Issues
of all this wonderful prt-s and In this con
stant Improvement, may bo noted the secret
ol the great success! which thl American art
Journal has ncbieved, where, hitherto, o
many beginning have counted just so many
failures. Tho publisher demonstrate, no'.
only the amplest resoursccs, but determ
ination to Use these resources to the utmost,
and thl enlightened liberality lu their
business can have ouly tho one result
a hold upon the popular faith that will be
tothem' a tower of strength for all time to
come. Tho second of the child sketches, by
John S. Davis announced as the quarterly
tinted plates lor this year, appears In this
Issue. Jt represents a theft of a slice ol
bread and butter, by n roving tui, troni n
youngster who was seated In tho open door
way to enjoy the balmy morning air. It is n
very pleasant sketch, and will add to the rep
utation of this promising young artist. Tho.
Moran presents five masterly delineations or
tho Yellowstone region, of which, "Tower
Creek," a full page cutting by Linton, 1 n
most superb specimen. The "Death Vt'ar
rant of Mary Stuart" U n truly loyal subject,
loyally treated ; and for tenure and detail,
is uotlccabio even In tiio 'Aldlne.' "A Cat
skill Ilrook," by Whlttrcdgc, will carry off
tho palm with very many such a spirited
sketch a "A Rare Chance," by W. M.
Caiy, in which one ot our frontiersmen,
on his gallant mustang, Is brought suddenly
to closo quarters with a monstrous
grizzly, deserves more than it passing
notice, but so do the others and space is
limited, Thcro U a perfect gem of land
scape by Wlmperis, the great rival of ltlrktt
Foster. "A Deerted Church," "Spring
Flowers" and "Oh Pray, my Child," an ex-
qulsltcffir picture or the aermau school,
complete the list of attractions which arc
scattered with such a generous hand among
tiio patron ol this elegant Journal. The
literary contents of the April 'Aldino' Jie-
pjjy the usual excellence and variety. Mu
sic and art receive thoughtful consideration,
and literature, more than uual, attention, the
page containing It being devoted to the hie
Henry Nimrod, the best and most unfortun
ate of all the Southern poets. The story ol
bis life, a retold by Mr. Stoddard, from
the memoir of Mr. Paul Hayr.c, U the sad
dest literary record wo have read lor years.
Subscription pnio including ehromo
Village Itello" and "Crossing the Moor."
.lames Sutton A Co., piibllsncrs, S3 Maiden
Lane, New ork.
THE SCIENTIFIC LECTURES OF DR.
TAKER.
Dr. 1!. C. Tabcrwill commence nsoiies of
lecture at tho Athcucum, In till city, on
Saturday and Sunday evenings Murch 20
and rj, on "Tho Truo Philosophy of Lllc,"
continuing llicm from lime to time, us cir
cumstance Will permit, ol which duo notice
will bo ghen. Tlic subject fur the first lec
ture will bo "(lod, the Creator." That or
the second will bo "Tho Lauguugc;of Things,
or the Science of Correspondences." This
llttle-underetood subject is one of tho most
profound Interest at tho present time,
amidst thu confusion of conlllctlng Idea, us
it gives the key by which wo can unfold tho
languogolli which tho Mblo was and how it
must lie Interpreted, at tho samo time throw
ing much light ou the mythology aud history
or the past, and tlioso-calleif Idolatrous relig
ion or tho present. The subjects of thoso
lectures, will be of the most attractive Inter
el, lu consequenco of tho new tiuilis im
lol.led, many ol them mostly confined to
physical science, but .bowing the eternal
harmonv between scleiico and religion, us
well as tho eminently practical character of
allgoasilno knowledge. They will bo pre
parcd'wlth groat care, to pleaso as well In
struct, avoiding all close- scientific technical.
ItlcH aud reference to unfamiliar laugunges.
Tickets to each lecturo fifty cents, admitting
gentleman and lady, can bo had at Scbuh's,
llaimonV, Rockwell's, llrlstnl A 6tllwel'
and at thu door. Doors open at 7 o'clock,
commencing precisely nt 8 o'clock,
3-20-?t.
CHAMIlElt OF COMMERCE.
Tho deep Interest manifested by our mer
chants nud business men generally In the
Chamber ot Commerce, docs not appear to
growlc. There was a very largo attend
ance yc'terday.atid tho display ol samples
was good and sales lively. Mr. Jones, ngent
of tho Mobile nnd Ohio railroad, Informed a
gentleman In ourhearing, that that road wa
open for all shipments and thnt till block
ades had been cleared away.
President Hurd called tho Chamber to or
der, but n there w.i no buslnes. ol Impor
tance to transact, nn adjournment wn
moved and carrlod.
Mr. J. 11. Reed was admitted a a member.
Tiio action of tho board oi directors in
purchasing a desk for the tiso of the secre
tary was approved.
Among the visitors present wo noticed Dr.
J.M. William nnd J. W. McChimoy of Me
tropolis; George Dougherty of tho Joncs
boro 'Advertiser;' W. M. .Morton, St.
Louis; Hon. Isaac Clements, Carbondalo ;
and Mcsrs. Thornton, Wheeler, Kent and
others ot this city.
The lollowlng sales were reported :
Three cars mixed corn, S and D,44c; 17.'
sacks mixed corn, delivered, tie; 200 saek
mixed corn, delivered, 43c; 2 cars whtte
corn lu bulk, 30o: 1 car cliolco mixed oats
3ic; S cnr"choleo mixed hay, 17 : 1 ear of
liny, 15. Pranehay oflercd at 12; no buy
er. THE 1NMAN STEAM-illlP COMPANY.
Father liurkc ha addressed the following
letter to Mr. S. G. Nlc!ioioii, of the luman
Line, which our readers will lemciuber was
the pioneer Hue In opening steam vessel to
tlic Irish Immigrant n boon that demand
the very greatest gratitude, as it has met
with a substantial reward lrom the Immi
grants themselves. Our own experience ol
the liunati Line, through our own voyages
and thoso of Immediate friends and rela
tives, extend over twctity-iive voyages, and
has been uniformly in favor of that line,
I.SMAN .TKAMllir CITV 01" P vnirt, )
New York, 2 'd Feb..
-My Dear Mr. Nicholson I beg to return to
rou aud to the Messrs. Inmun my best
thanks fr all tho favors you have con
ferred upon lue. Deep n my gratitude I-,
for these personal favor, I ant still more
grateful for the kindness ami consideration
with which my Icllow-couritrvmen are
treated on board the magnificent ship of tho
Inmaii line.
1 camo to America on board the Cily of
London. There were nearly J00 iri'lt cml
crattt in the steerage of that splendid ves
sel. The kindness and tenderness with
which these emigrants) were treated drew
from them expressions of the greatest satis
faction. 1 bad trco access to them and they to inc.
at all time?, and 1 hope nnd pray that my
poor countrymen may be always trated a
well as 1 have seen them on board the In
man steamci. I am, my dear sir, yours
virv rincerely.
ulgned) rUOMAs. N. RL'RKE, O. P.
U. i''liolson, F., Passenger Accnt, In
man Line.
HIVKK NEWS.
AliRIVEIf.
Steamer (Jearg O Wolff, St Louis
" Future City, St Louis
Uce, N OrleaES
" Joo Jltnncy, I'ed river
" Grand Tower, Hi Louis
Kittio llegler, Arknni. river
Idlowild, Evansvillo
" Eiporanza, Memphis
" Allegheny Relic, Pittsburg.
' Shamrock, Red river
Rismarck, St TJouls
' St Josoph, Memphis
" Painter No. 2, SuotweiW.
" M E Fonythe, St Louis
City of Alton, St Louii
" Andy Raurn, Metnphi
" Jim Fitk Jr., Paducah
Illinoii, Columbus.
DEl'AnTKD.
steamer Georgo 0 -Wolff, Rod river
" Fututo Oitv, New Orleans
" lieo, St. Louis
" Joo Kinney, St. Louis
" Grand Towor, Memphis
" Kittle Hegler, Cincinnati
" Idlewild, Evasnviilo
' Esporanzs, St. Loui
" Alleghany Relic, Now Orleans
" St. Joseph, St. Louis
" M E Foraythe, Nov Orleans
" City of Alton New Orleans
" Andy Raum, Cincinnati
" Jim Flsk Jr., Paducali
" Illinois, Columbus
CO-JDlTIOif OV THE I'.tVEr.j.
Tho riso in tho Obio during tiio past 21
hours was something over one foot. Cum
berland river is rising, again on accoust of
the recent heavy rain. Tho Mittlislppi U
falling slowly with plenty of vtatcr In the
channel.
Special dispatches to Tin: Ruu.r.TiN
report the condition of tho rivers at vari
ous places.
III'SIMLSS AND WKATliniU
Rusinccs was fair on the levco during
tho day.
Tho weather was cloudy ur.d it rained in
tho evening.
MltURLLAKBUUH HEVT8.
Tiio Futuro City brought out tluoj
heavily loaded barges, and added Large 3
loaded with 22,900 bushels of bulk grain.
Ths Ileo passed up with tbreo barges
Vhllo-ncar Island Oj a tree fell on hir
pilot-houso, and kinder demolished thing,
but luckily hurt no ono.
Tiio Joo Kinney, from IM river, wont
up flyjng light with it number of pnsttn
gors. Tho Idlewild came In with 1,000 bags of
corn and soma tobacco, and returned with
a Wr number of people.
Tho John Uiluioro has gone up tho Mis
sissippi rivor to meet tho Iko Hnrnmit
and n tow of Ice, which tho takes from lier
and goes to Nnshv!ll with it.
Tho Esperanza lias gono to St. Louis to
prepare for n trip to tho mountains.
Tho St. Joseph wont up nt 'J o'clock
yesterday morning, away bohind tlmo,
nnd was making fast, tlmo for tho roason
that if she fails to leave St, Louis on timo
this evening, Captain Grays pet chrononi
o'.er will bo liablo to bo taken from
him.
Tho AJax started out with hor tow cf.
coal yestorday, but had to go to tho bank
bolow tlta city on account of the wind.
Sho had ono of hor boats of coal sunk
whllo (ho laid up in tho bond by tiio
wind, 'Wednesday.
Tho City ,of Alton rrom St. Louii, had
all tho wanted, and did not load hero.
Tho Allegheny Hello loft with two
heavily loaded targes for Now Orleans.
Tho Wolir filled out bora with nil sho
wanted for Rod rivor, and left with n
good Uip.
The Reo towoJto this port the barges
and innehlnory of tiio sunken sung bont
M- Thayer,
The Shnmrock, after Journoylng In Red
liver for some tlmo. with a circus on board,
arrived hero yesterday out of the circus
business, and is now loading for Rod
river, Her cargo will bo principally hay
and grain.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
BARCLAY BEiOTHHBS,
WHOLESALIJjAND RL'TAIL
DKUGGIS T S ,
THE ONLY RELIABLE Q1FT DISTItllll'
WON IN THK COUNTRY I
$6 0,000 OO
IN VALUABLE GIFTS
To be distributed In
li - 3D . SHOE'S
ICOth Regular Monthly
GIFT ENTERPRISE.
To bo drawn Monday, April 2, 1S73.
TWO GRAND CAPITALS OK '
$o,000 Each in Ghf.knhacks ! J
Two rrlres,000 f , !
Klvo Prlws $rm GnKENHAC'KS
Ten Prizes $100 J L
One Horse nnd Hiutgy with silver
mounted H.irnes, worth $i'M.
One linc-toncii Rosewood Piano, worth
$500.
Ten Family Sowing Machines-, worth -?IOO
each.
Five Ciold Watches nnd Chains worth
fTOO each.
Flvo (told American hunting Watclic,
worth 912.1 each.
Ten Ladle' Gold Hunting Watclic., worth
$75 each I
E00 Hold and Stiver Lever Hurting
Watche, (In all), worth fn.ru $20 to I'M
each.
Uotd ' Ihalus. II cr-ware, Jewelry, Ac. I
Whole number (lift n.Mo. Tlckttslimlicd
to 00,000
AOl:NV3 WANTED TO SELL TICKLTm
To whom Liberal Premiums will bo pal '. '
s-insle Tickets $1 : i-U Tickets (:;' Twelve
Tloucts 910 j I wcniy-uvo ucKciscii.
Circulars coalstnlriK a full l!t of frizes, .,..
riptloaof the tnitnnsr ol tr-.winr, tn I nt ft
information In re fttn"e lo tli distribute n, Hi
bs ont to OTon orJr!n ihm. All lMt-
mt be vl itMSod to L. l BISK, ll.ix. M,
CmclDiiMi, O.
Main Ofllce, 101 W. Fifth M.
PR xjr Or ski
Y -M 1 l-siMiwMPANY Mm
CHEMICALS.
SOAPS.'
BRUSHES,
IIOAT hTOttm.
s a y w i h a o n ,
ii. x L r a IK
1 "BO"
BOAT STOKES
or,ooE!in,
P It t) V I Si OS .S S T C
.v... ISO
Oii;i Lkv's
(Jo. iko, III
,M'i:. n imi A'ra. r
oXni"o"X:VD"i;Ai5uc!CiY
"Ail, .iiovr.
t tic n lehJi 1 Uaion:
JAS. FISK,
Dick Fowler, Ceptaln
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) al
3p.ni For freight npasngo apply on boat or
to Jak. MalloiiV, Ag't.
Jtf
iiti't:itii:s.
CHEAP CIl'.OUKP. IES
the iTBvz sira-rHi:.
'JUOCK!tIUH RETAILEti AT WHOLESALE
4 piticca ror. cash.
AT II. 0. TIIIF.Lr.fJKE'S STORE
7,'AHHISOTON AVEHUE, llETWEEK TENTH
A!f ELEVSyTlt BHIEETH.
5C 'hs. uitY Cubit Sugur for - - - ?5 0
9J it ii ii ii ... i 00
0 lbs. A cofTeo Sucar, li. Y. StJ. 1 00
t Prlmo P.lo Coffco for - - 1 OC
3 " Cboico " - - 1 00
3 " Old Government JavK - - 1 OC
Tons and other Btaplo find fancy Groce
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now nnd full weight given. Call
(tad try.
JOHN SHJSEIIAN,
R E T A I L Or 11 OO ER
And liraler In
VEOBTAHLKS. FRUITS. EHHS, LARD
FRi:SH RU'IT'ER, ETC.
jrtT'All Good warranted fresh, aud sold
the lowest price.
Corner Oth St. nndCommcrclalAvo.
7-23 tf.
COAJ,.
CAIEO CITY COAL
I cr'piiit'l to nuiialr oitiui nt with th
juolltr of
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
COAL.
ORDERS left at Ilalllday liro. olllco, 7
timo lkvke. or at the Coal Yard below tho
Ht. Charlcti Hotel, will receivo prompt atten
tion. Tho Tuo "Montauk" will bring coal
nitigkldii to stnnmcM ut any hour
VfAlU) & ItOiiKltTS,
(lllAI.MXd,
i(,i."i;iiMX;.
Vl.MS A DiH OHAT1VIC
t'AlTIt IIAN(JI.U A SION 1M1NI INU
Also donlor in Paints, Oil, Gins',
WALL PAPER, ETC.
Washington avenuo and Klovenlh htreet.
:i.2;itt
I7I-TN Nl Sl IXin-H'
lias now on hand all kinds ot
DRY CORD AND STOVE WOOD
For wlo. Leave ardctn at
WM.KLUOF.'K STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corner of Twcllth and Poplar- tf
RUSHEslH STUFFSlBI
OILCTPnMATCRlAlJI O
11-2'5-tf.
7-i OHIO Xiiu-vjai-
Kcl.'iil anil I'rcfcrijilion
Comer Washington Ave,
und Eighth idicct.
CHEST I'ilOTKCTOIliS,
Ol ihainoN and rabbit iMu,
tor weak lung,.
At I1ARCLAY RROS.
CIILORA'I'E
LOZENGES
FOR SORI: THROAT,
Prepared and told
Rv HARCLAY RRO.S
IIUll.'K AND
C'VITLE MEUR'INES
A 1,4 Dirliifectnul. for -Stable
At RARCLAY 1JRO.S.
KIKE CIGARS,
HONEY IIEK."
' VOl'NO AMERICA,
And "I nlvrrsal Htandarit."
At RAROLAY RROS.
SSEAf. r-STAT: AOCtdl,
0. WINSTON ii CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTri
At
AUOT10NKE1W,
7t (bkconh rLoon) onto Ltvrr,
CAIRO, 1 1. 1,,
Hoy and Sn.i. Ueal Kstatk,
PAY TAXKS,
PA II IS EXPOSITION'.
THE m EST COLLECTION OF I'LA NTS
Krcclviit Direct freni I'raucr.
Mr. P. Pcllarcc. flower and hruh llor lu
Paris and Versailles France, lias the honor
of Informinc the ladies and trcntleman of this
city that he lias Jut arrived here, and vvlll
rcmaui a lew uny., witn tlic mon varied i
and most splendid collection ol plant aud
shrub which wa ever teen In Cairo. Dar- :
lines, Rcododcndnims, Picna, Arborca, new 1
Drutia, l,00ncwroe htishen, fnilt tree", j
ilnr trr,.n nnritn Irnnm . ti..m Irn... ..lit...
tree-, vines, peach trees rtrawberrV and j FURNISH AR3TRAOTS OF TITLK
bUffife A,d,,.CoCofK,0d,
Vtk .KS' aV honor me w Ith ! Jo"" i- '"""PP.
their confidence, vvlll pleaso call at Mr. John ' mtlV rv n inu t v t. i-n
Kuhlcr'ii, Commercial avenue, between, . itAUJi.t i bU.,
Nintham, Tertrcc S-dlw- jg, AGBNTS
COLLECTORS
15II
CON VKYAN0KR3.
.Vortli Cur. oralis Ht. hihI Ohio I.eve.
Cairo, Illinois.
Abstract of Title, Conveyancing msde a
ht
ELECTION NOTICE.
Sotlec i liereby f,dven that on Tueday.
CiCCtlCl!
the l.'ith day ol April. A. I). 1S73, a general ;
pjccueu win oe ucui in tnc city oi Cairo,
Mflxandcr county, btatc ut Illinois, fot the '
selection of the fallowing named municipal
olllcer. to-wit: A mayor, a eltv council, a
elty clerk, a city attorney, a city trcurcr
and a pollco magistrate: each of the live (j)
wards Into which the cltyi now divided be
In' entitled to tho election ortwo (21 alder
men. For the purposes of i-aid election, poll
will bo opened at tho following named pl.t
cv, to-wit: In the I'lrst ward, at tho com
mission house of E. F.Davis. Esi., on the
south Mde of .ixtli (0) ktrcct, between Com
mercial and Washington nveiiueii; In I lie. Sec
oud ward, at tho Roiilt anil Ready engine
home on the cast side of Wa-hlntoii avenuo
between Seventh and Eighth streets; In the
iniru warn, ai mo Jiiuerniitn enifiuc-uotiso
ou Tlilrtccnth street between Commercial
avenue and Poplar street; In tbe Fourth
ward, at the court-home, and In the Fifth
ward, nt Mrn. .Sullivan' hou-o on the north
west comer of Commercial avenue and
Twcnty-lllth Mreet.
Ry order of tho eltv council.
M. J. Howi.ev, City clerk.
John M. Lassue.v, Mayor.
Cauio, HI., March 12, lHT.'I-td
specialty. Real Estate boug
SSTTaxca Paid, etc.
ami sold.
i.vrY:tN.
i st y ss shush.
'72. FALL.AND WINTER '70
C. U A N N Y.
LA ROE STOCK. "
HROWN SHEETINGS,
PRINTS,
rVXCJcCXXTOE.
UHI5.0KH,
li T R 1 P K H,
UB:tTUctcy jka.vp, kutra,
OAfJSIMEItH,
3T'XjA.2:TXsT33X.f3.
JJLAOK ALPACAS
LUSTERS,
GROS'IRAIN HILICB,
'iii'Mm.
I.AWJK STOCK 01 OAJU-.V.TINO
OIL 0 LOTUS,
MATTING,
Vfcitnvr Hlt(t;i,
OILT J1AKI,
NOTTINGHAM LAOE
DAUARKH.
ItU i:iitie Hloiib
VBKY LOW FIGURES.
COllNKH HTM ST. AIUi OOMUKUUIAI.-AV.,
(Intro. IIllsiol.
.Ol'tlll
PHIL. HOWARD,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
i
Cily Nnlionnl.niuiIsllutliUaff.
uJipaoial attentioa paid to orders from sten
tinitti eight or das
WILLIAM .1. Al-LK.V,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco over Flnit National bank. J-lii-Hm
OKKEN & OIJilJEHT,
ATTORNEYfa
AMU
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
WilllEm ILOreeii.
Wilhsmli Oillierl
Milter. Ollfcerl
sfl,
OAlltO, 1I.LI.NOU.
rSpscu. -.ttaotion Kl-ro to AJrnltstlr uJ
enmbakt buainisH.
OfKIOK OUIOLBVEe.nOOMB 7 AND 8 OVKH
PITT NATIONAL 1IAMK.
SAMUKIj 1. WHEBLKlt,
ATTORNEY cc'COU.NSKLOR AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS,
oniee over First National bank. ri-IMm
David T. LliicKiir.
John. M, Laiisdcn.
LTNKOAlt fi JsANSDHN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco on Hfiventh Ktrcct, Winter's block
old ofllco of Llnejfar, Munn .V: Pope 2-21-Un
WJI, GLKNN & SON'S
JWAD QUARTERS FOR GROCERIES
IMMIINSi; STOCK,
(lltKAT VAIUETY,
LOW PUH.'L'H.
COFI'i:!'. Rio. Lsguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUOAlt, N, O., Hard & Soft Roilnod,
SYKUI'S. Now Orleans nnd Enstorn.
WK MAKK HPKCIAMTIKS OF
rrxcA.& TOBAOOOS,
.3ST0D CIGAES.
0,t7! nSI. CIXCIXXATI
-:i-t-tJt-ara
81000 IN ONK WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do busliioss
on the quiet, I Buaruutee an Immenso For
tunes, oaslly, rapidly, and In porfeet Hafety,
AddrcM In portoct contldenee, '
Wm. Waiiukn,
. West Fourth street, NevT York
2-2529 wsm

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