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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, 'MARCH 30, 1873
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CAIRO BULLETIN.
Pnbllaatlnn OfHec, nnlletln Itnlltling
WMhliiKton Avcnnr.
local wr.ATiir.u ukpoiit.
U. 8. Sio. Snn., Oiisr.LVKit's oppick. )
CAIlto, March 'i'J, h3, UUl p.m. J
Ilaromctcr 20:02.
Thermometer ID degrees.
Wind calm, velocity 0 miles por hour.
Weather, clear.
Maximum temperature last 21 liour. at
i'p.'.m., C3 degrees.
Minimum temperature, Iat 21 hours, tit
b a. in., 43 degrees.
Prevailing wind la't 21 liour., west.
Total number of mlte wind travelled, i.nsi
21 hours, 2.VI.
David ". H.utxnrr, Observer,
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
1 on mayor.
Wo are authorized to announce Dr. Wil
liam li. .Smith m a candidate for mayor nt
the cntuln; municipal election.
c arc authorized to announce dames
S. Swaync a a candldato for mayor at tho
approaching municipal election.
1011 CITY TltKAHtniKK.
c nro authorized to announce Mr. .lames
A. Phlllis a candidate for the oillce of city
treasurer, nt the ensuing municipal election.
Wo nre authorized to announce that Itob't
A. Cunningham will lie n candidate for re-
flection to tho olllco of city treasurer, at this
cnniing municipal election.
101! CITY CLEUK.
Wo arc authorized to announce Michael i
I. HonrJey as a candidate lor re-election for
tho office of city clerk, nt the cumins mu
nicipal election.
llyn unanimous voto of tho directors,
Col. 11. A.Ncalo was elected president of
tho Catro and Tennessee lllvcr rail
road. "In the election of Mr. N. an tho
president of this road, mh the Mayilcld
'Democrat,' wo think the directors made n
wle selection, and choso the light man for
mc important and responsible portion. Ills
well-known zeal and energy, argues well for
the success of the enterprise, upon which
depends the future growth and prosperity
of our town, and of making it an important
railroad center. Wo consider the election
ofMr.Ne.il as a great compliment to our
town and county, ami wo trust our people
will w Ith n united effort and a liberality
worthy of them, assist the president In ear-
ryliur out tills great work. We arc fully sat-
iUed If the entcrpri'0 falls It will be no
fault of hl.
Un the testimony ot two colored witnesses.
who swore they had seen a pistol wllii a
brown handle In the right hand of Elder
Mioros under the tail of hi coat, this rccr
end missionary liaptlst minister was ? ester-
day lined live dollar and tho cojU for carry
ing concealed weapons. We had aconvcr
sallou with Kldcr Shores yesterday, and lie
assures us that though ho In persecuted, he
Is not cat down ; ho lecls that tho right Is
onhlsslilc and In the cm! ho will triumph
over his enemies. Even while he feels right
eous indignation agalmt the misguided sin
ners who arc arrayed against him, his heart
bleeds for tho excluded member ol his
Hock who persist In sinning agatn-t light,
Only ono hundred and twenty-lhc nicinbe
were excluded la't year, Kldcr Shores in
forms oinl It is this handful who are cn
gaged In tho crusade against him. Ills ow
members stand litm a adamantine rock lor
their pastor, and will continue so to the end
pou m:.vr.
I'ourllght, airy and commodious business
ofllccp. Enquire nt 1 Culil's new building,
no. ej uino ijvec. 2-23tf
DIED.
Died, In this citron Snturdar moi-nliii ni
w o clock, Initio, daughter or Mr. ami Mrs.
M. ScIIkc, oged tw o years. The funeral will
take place to-day at 11 o'clock, p. m,, Dom
the residence of the parents, fl (j1,),, 0vce,
I nends of the family are lnltcd to atlem
WANTED.
-u energeiic, experienced canvassing
agent to represent an established family
weekly in tills city. Every subseilber to
I mr ! iresldo rriclid' receives a copy of thu
on eiiromo "cute," acknowledged to ho the
most valuable and most taking premium pic
ture, alo recti csiisharo In tho distribution
ol fclTi.OOO In cash and other premium". A
splendid chanco for the right man. It will
pay men experienced in soliciting, or man
aging general agencies to Investigate. Ad.
dress, wltli reference.", Waters ,V Co., pub
nncr", Chicago, Illinois. .1-27-it
Jenkins, Julia
Lewis, Mary K
Mulholland, Mary
Mulkoy, Mary
Sinks, "Dora
Shlvoiioll. Mary
lubbs, Malilida
I, ono, E J
Leo, IJoltle
Miller, Libber
l'ipor, Nnnoy
Shoitz, Mnry
Tcsilor, Minnia
Wilbur, Irn
Withrovr, Tom, Mrs.
aE.NTLKMCNA LIST.
OK
von i-olici: MAOisTiiATi:.
We irc authorlzeii.to announce the name
orciiarcsMclmcr,Ksn.., as candidate for the
olDce of police magistrate at the ensuing
municipal election.
t e aro authorized to announce Mr. James
ltyan a candidate for the oilice of police
magistrato at tuo ennilng municliial elcc
Hon.
o arc authorized to announce" William
t. Pitcher as a candidate for the oillce ol
pouco magistrate, at the cn-ulng municipal
ciccuon.
rou aldermen.
We are authorized to announce .1. It. Cun
ningham as a candidate for alderman in the
llrst ward.
Wc are authorized to announce the namo
of Chas. O. Patier as a candidate for alder-
man iron: the rourth Ml ward, at the enm
lug municipal election.
By authority we announce that M. J. Mc
Oaulcy will be a candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
election.
On Monday March 21, lT3, W. 1
Schuckcrs took charge or the city circula
tion of Tin: Ultaetin, and ho U entitled to
collect all subscriptions lor pper.'.lfhvercd
by carrier Mnco that date.
Yesterday was cry pleasant.
Dr. Condon, or Anna, was in tin iiv yes-tcrday.
Itemcmbcr Dr. Taber's
Atlicncum this evening.
iei-turc al the
roit m:x't
The brick store, (23x100) ill Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardncr. S-C-im
SACKED CONCEltT,
At John Scheel's WashliigloiiJ.hall, to.
morrow (unaay; evening, at 8 o'clock.
2f)-2t
rou SAl.K.
i lie stock and IIMurcs ol mv new.s stand.
Call and see. n (. J.ofli.v.
.2.Vlw
KOltSAI.K.
1 oiler for tale my entire livery stable
norses uncles and bai ne cheap lor cash.
Sale will bo closed bv the 20th Inst.
S-Ctf. Miles W. 1'aiikp.h.
J'L'ilLlC SALE.
"Will be told to the highest bidder, on the
lint day of April next, the house and lot on
the corner ot Tenth and Walnut streets.
lltd
KOOM WANTED.
'V pleasant, cheerful room, situated on
eveuth street between Walnut street and
Commercial avenue, to be ued a- a sitting
and siccplii? room. Am.lvtn
U. l UirnNsiDi:.
3-3Ctf C. and V. railro.nl nitw.
nrrv doi.kaj;s eewaud.
1 will pay 550 reward lor Information that
will lead to the detection and conviction of
tho persons who set lire to or caused the
burning of inv home on thn momim. if n,n
10th Inst.
3-2-T-ot.
W.M. T. SCO nr.
Tiny thousand envelope just rcccicdat
me uulleti.v oilice . tl
Enudopes furnished and printed at the
iillletix orncc at 3 to f jier tliousaiid
3-23tf
The body ot Arthur Smltli, drowned by
falling ocrboard from the Ike llummitt a
lew Uays ago. has not yet been recovered.
There will be street prcachlm: at .1 o'clock
this evening, st the corner of Tenth and
Walnut street-, by the i!c. William
Mitchell.
It Is whispered that a certain wtll-known
post-ohlce clerk In this city, is shortly to be
married to an estimable younp lady or Madl-i-on,
Indiana.
P. M. Ward is now prepared to deliver the
iiest of sawed and split hickory wood to any
part or the city. Also all kinds or wood and
coal always on hand. S.h If.
The place to buy wall paper and window
shades is No. 2 Sixth street, opposite Win
ter's, block, w litre you can buy cheaper
than any place in the city. II. AW.K.
Wc publish to-day tho proceedings of the
railroad couvention held at Mayilcld, Ken-
lucky, last week, to the exclu.ion of ether
matter. The subject Is one of intercut to all
our citizens.
John A. Parker, a farmer living near Villa
Itldgc, died on Thursday, March 27, of con
sumption. Ho wa a member of the
Methodist church, and the funeral sermon
was preached by the Ucv. 1). II. Turnev,
yifcterday at Villa Uldgc.
Dr. Tabcr's lecture nt the Atln neuiu last
evening wai ln-tructUe, and showed a very
careful study of bis subject. The audience
In jolnt ol number wa not as large s it
should havo been. Tho doctor will lecture
to-night again, when, It is to be hoped,
there will be u large attendance.
In another column will be found the adver
tisement ot Mr. P. Pellarce. who hasiust ar-
rived In Cairo with u splendid collection of
plants and shrubs, all ot which ho has im
ported at great expense from Paris. Ainou
the collection may bo found a very large as
sortment or new rose-, rruit trees and choice
tlowcri or various kinds. Mr. Pellatee may
bo seen at all times at Mr.John Koebler'i. on
Eighth ttrect, where lie will be plea-td to
ixninit ins Ilowers to all vs ho Uor him ivlth
a call.
Charles Uoyd, a Jeweler, lately In the em
ploy or Tabcr liroi., Jcwelem ot this city,
after abusing the coiiildeuce ol his employ
trkand stealing whatever he could, took ad
vantage ol the darkness between two days
to leave the city. Uoyd N an Englishman
by birth aud ahout thirty-five years of age :
or gcuteel appearance; large, lull, light blue
eye, and Is about Uv feet three Inchoh
high. Ho i especially fond ot talking or
hit muscular powers, prize rings, etc. Ho is
& passable engraver and Jeweler, but tlior
ougbly dishonest and unworlhy the eon
fidence ol the trade.
The Kbttwntetown 'M"crcur)' say these
Koodi word lor our state representative :
Few member of the Illinois general assem
bly understand tlitmclui littler than Hon
John Oberly, or the Cairo district. In that
body ho 1 recognized n, H gentleman or di
tlngulshcd ability. Ho ha complete posses,
nlon of all his faculties. Ho knows when to
talk, what W tay, aud when to null, and
vecmfi gonerally to bo on the right sbio of ail
fjuestions afflicting tho vital Interest or the
ktatc. It matters- not whut iorllon or tho
atate ! to be benefited, he poenus libcrul.
lty (ftitflclent toriso above jetty Jckloinic,
or nclilsbucss. Such a man Is an honor to
hit constituents ; j ca, an honor to the state
uU lie will wako Lit mark.
WANTED.
Wanted an intelligent German lad to
learn the jewclery trade; one whose
parents or guardian will be responsible
ror his good conduct, and arc willing to bind
him fora term ot years to properly learn the
irauc. -o otner need apply.
3-S0-d3t. T.wiEU IlnoTIini:.
POKsAI.E
lTj, chtap, Jot It, block IT, lt addition, on
1 wenty-flrst street, a no evtta.jt reiiJenct
in splendid condition; hall ami three room
and kitchen, good cl-tcrn. stables and out
house. Apply to ,t, . IlAHMort & Co.,
Jieal E-tatc Agenti.
Mau-h 20, fs"73. 8-2u-2w
Ki.'.vi. Estate kok sale.
1 will soil lot numbered 1" In hlonVin. ii,
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. Mv
house now standingon slid lot will be moved,
leaving good brick cellar, cl'tom and out
htiU'ei'. 1'or partieulars fiujulre at mv shoji
on Twentieth "trect. WM. EllI.EIix.
3-15dlm
ur;.Mi;i;i, I.I.SIDKNCE KOIt SALE
KENT.
On Slxteenlh street between Washington
avenue and Walnut street will be vacant
April 1 a small white hoti.se. nauitcd red.
with two front doors In the back-vard. At
llrst sight this may seem somewhat Paradox.
leal, still tho Avcrill Chemical Paint rccom-
menus iteir and dcUcs competition. It pre
sents n smooth poli-hed surface which with.
munn uiu uiicci oi ncai and com, rain or
suu-liine, and can be easily cleaned, it is
neatly putup In tin paIN, mixed, ready fur
mc, linn in all colors. Wholesale ngentu,
I.. Hay.t Co., general commission men
cuani". sixin street, between Washington
and Coinmor.dal avenues. It. P. Meigs,
jialnter, Wnshingtcn avenue, retail agent.
:j-T0-t
PL'Ili.lC SCHOOL EXAMINATION.
I he annual public examination of the
Cairo public schools will take place next
week.
.Monuay ami 'lucsday will bo days ol
pcciai interest at tuo Thirteenth street
building and at the Eleventh street primary;
w eunesday m the lower rooms or the High
school building, the Eighteenth street pri
mary, and at tho colored school building,
corner or Eighteenth and l.lbertv street".
.1.1.- .!-. . t . ...
iuu uigii scuooi win no examined on
Thursday and Friday forenoon. Fridav af.
tcmoon commencing at 2 o'clock, rhetorical
cxccrsiscs by the High school.
'I ho patrons and'friends of the schools aro
cordially invited to attend tlie-o examina
tions.
Allen, Harbor
Alien, .1 T
llrown, Samuel 1'
ilallcrs, Mr
Burgos, llarrell
Hooker, Johnny
Jlolmnnon, Alon.o
Ileiiediet lircs
Horry, O'co
Crcighlon, Martin
Ohorry, Jack
Coloman, Jumes
Caldwoll, 0 D
Eastland, .Siml
Frnsor, K 0
IJuiues, Thomas
Grcnnots, John II
Oreoly, Uornard
Hall, al X
Harris. Jesio
Hegartz, John
Hutcliesoii, Carter
Hamilton, Albort
Harris, Win
Haverly, J II
Johnson, Scott
hoe, Ocorgu P '.'
Einchnn, iloiin
Line, John
Louisville. Harry
.t,.,l,l..,n.
Allen Howe, & Co.
liurko, Win
1 1 1 nek, liobort
Horror, John ll
Brandenburg, .Udin
llrown, lion
Ilrody, Huck
llrown, (Joorgo
(Miosser, Peter
Clarkston, Maurice
Cook. J A
Corragcr, Clnu M
Crane, S E
Fuller, John
Gordon, Marford
Gannon, Michel
Goodrich, (J ll
Herd, P.lchnrd
Hilso, Gcoruo W
I lays, J alio
I licks, l' J
llonlkcr, Charles
Hamilton, Win II
Ilogan, Willlo
Howoll, W S
Kirk palrlck, H H
Eyncoln, A
Lyon, J A
Eauton, Jamci
Mervin, Wnyno
Maionhcimcr, Walt. McNmij!iton, Will
AirvthK, hfer.jor
McGce, E
Murjihy, Enid
Martin,.! V
McCiibo, (loori'o
McMackens, ll
Oliver, K
Parsons, Georgo
Prnutz, Nr.tlinnicl
Itobcrtson. I) A
Shaw, Joseph
Springer, Granvil
Sprogue, Kbonozor
Southard, Hen)
Thomas, John F
Tarr, A It
Vandyke, W V
Welling' Clms
Wagner, Cal
Welson, Quint
Walsh, Walter
Willis, Henry
Willins, Calvin
Moodj-, Samuel
McGruth, Michnol
Malcom James
.Miller, J oo
Moorohead, C
Nolson, AVm
O'Siillcvati, J nines
Piatt, Hobcit
Prize, J C
Slaughter, Itobort
Sullctt, Jasper
Smith, Geo W
Starks, Itoyd
Talbot, P T
Trowbridge. G E
Vaughn, Win
Vanburen, Gus
Wolling, Win
AVhitmnn, Wnlter
Watson, John T
Wilkinson" J O
William, Frtink
Wolson, David
JtlVEll XKWS.
THKCHEHCHK-
I'KKSjIlYTL'ni.SN.
,t the Presbyterian church to-dav, ltcv.
If Tl... tt. , .
i nacr hiii uiscour-e in uie iorcnoou
'' In
HOTEL POP. KENT.
The undersigned oilers to rent the lll'cy
hou,e, tituateiV near Greenfield lindlng,
.Missouri, and at the terminus ol the 0. A P
railroad. Favorable terms will be oilcrcd to
a good tenant. For particular-, apply to II,
P. Field. Field'--, stable, Cairo, or on the
prcmlc to .1. is. GiiEUNFir.i.n.
S-13..W.
NEW GOOD?,
-ir. -una j,ang on j-.igmn street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, ha
Just opened out a stock of new and fashion
ablo millinery goods. She has ono lumdre
and fifty dlirerc-nt styles of hats and bonnets
bo-ide a largo assortment ol ribbon-, llow
ers and notions of all sort", nil of whli li will
be sold at the lowc-t prices.
NOTICE.
On all sound grain received in store in tho
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, PC), un
til further notice, storage will bo charged at
the rate of 15 cents per bushel for tho llrst
ten uays or part or same, and J cent per
inmiKiiu! vucii iKM-cnillng ten days or r-att
oi nine limine gram nuy n-iuaiu in store
nagging gram ami sewing bags l cent per
bushel. .1. ,v E. I1lci;ixgiiam.
CaWO, March 20, lfc73. C-27-lw
Till: SCIENTIFIC LIXTCltL'S DF Dlt.
I Alii. II.
nr. ii, c. labcr win commence a sciies or
lectures at the Atheneum, In this city, on
Siturday and Sunday evenings, March 29
aud SO, on "Tho True Philosophy of Lite,"
continuing them from time to time, as cir-
cuin-tanccs will permit, ot which due notice
will ba given. 1 ho subject for tho llrst lec
ture will be "God, tho Creator." That of
the second will he 'The Languager Thing",
or the Science or Correspondences." Tin
little-understood subject Is one or the mo-t
profound Interest ut tJic present time,
amidst the confusion of coiilllctlng Ideas, as
It gives the key b) which wo can unfold tho
language In w filch the bible was and how It
must be Interpreted, at tho same time throw
ing much light on the mythology and history
ortlio past, and the so-called idolatrous relig
ion or the present. The subject, or these
lectures will be of the mostattracthe Inter
est, In consequence of tho now truths un.
folded, many of them mostly confined to
physical science, but showing tho eternal
harmonv between science and religion, as
well as tho eminently practical character of
allgeuulno knowledge. They will bo pre
pared with great care, to please as well In
struct, avoiding all do'e ecicntillc technical
men and reference to uufuuiIIIarhmniaL'cs.
Tickets to each lecture fifty cents, admitting
gentleman and lidy, can bo had at Schuh's,
iiannoirs, Jiocuwell', Bristol A Stllwcll's
ami ut tho door. Doors open at o'clock,
commencing precisely at S o'clock.
C-20-Mt
II. B
pon "Capital Punishment. Is It ltirht." In
the evening the third dl-course upon emi
nent women ol the Bible, will bo delivered.
ubject : "Hannah." A cordial invitation
is extended to all to be
METHODIST.
The Ecv. Fred. L. Thomson will preach
thl- mornIng;at 10 o'clock. Subject : "The
conservative inilucncc of Chrl-tlanltv.
the evening: "The Nature of God'"s
and Our Obligations.to Observe It."
nam scnooi at a p. m.
CH.VMBKU OF COMMENCE.
ne attendance at the ineelln- r.f tl,..
iiamucr or commerce yesterday mornin
asas usual large, there being a number or
strangers present.
The following sale- were reported :
i u tar- nunc corn a and u, 47c; 3 cars
wiiito corn, a and D, on p t; l cars mixed
corn, S and D, Mc; l.MXJ sacks mixed orn,
delivered, i3c; .V) sacks mixed corn, dcih
cred, -fie; 100 bbN lineal, $2: 20 J bids meal,
10; MObbls meal, on p t; 100 bbls NX
llOnr, $0 75; 10 bbl- choice flour. $0; 3- bbls
-.V. flour, fir. Tij 2r bbls X flour, ir. M: 1
car choice hay, 51;; cars choice liar. 17: 1
car choice hay, $17 60; 2 cars hay, f 15; l car j
hay, 10; 3J0 bales of hay, f ID; ISO bald
nay, cio; l car cat", tic; 'i'jbbls early rose
potatoes, ?3 10 pkgt choice northern but
ter, 'Me.
TEIUHULB JJEATH.
s-AWEI) ALMOST IN TWO Till". CKI1I
ui.u-iriAAi, WI..M(ilTI,
c arc indebted to Mr. .lames S. Morrl
of I.IIin, for information concerning the
horrible death of an employe of the firm ol
which 3ir. Morris is a member. William
Cane was employed in thu capacity of saw
yer, aud on I- rlday last, while at work saw
ing lumber, was caught by the circular taw
and cut almost In two, and died almost in
sunny.
I rom the same source we learn the dreaded
dl-cac, cerebrospinal meningitis has made
luappearauce In the vicinity or Ellin, and
mat several deaths have occured.
DISIIO.VOJt-DJCATU.
A SAD STOHV OF WKO.VO
UISPAIH.
AND
II'..
in iiuu me loiiowing concerning tho
Smlthlaiid, ICcntuckj , tragedy, to which we
rcrerred several day. ago, In tho Paducah
ncmucMaii. j ne 'hentlicklau' say.
JU UIU laill IV Ol l.V.'lll ' IF ; 1
..tn... ..,1,1.1.....; :
. , , i , , i " ",a." 'sillily. I horn
lately dwelt, in tho capacity of a servant, n
young fc-irl, who-e widowed mother lived In
Marshall comity, on last 1'rldaj, so tho
girl 6ays, Clark sent her to the hotis0 ol a
woman named Ann Adams, where she was
On Saturday tho mothor. wim u
to no a worthy ami iionc-t woman, not Jiav
liig seen her daughter loru long time, con
e uded to mako her a visit. Accordingly
lit. miiri,nvf.,l t.-. C.il.l.ln...l . . ... ?
' ;;iiiiuii.i, 10 CiarK M
hou.o and inquired ror her daughter. Clark
Informed her that nhu was not there, but
vtu.vu w Kite nnv lnrorni-it nn
to her wheroalioin.
motlier went ilou-i. im
town, and, making further inqulrv, had
pointed out to her the house where her
iVi i i ""'ouse sue jiroceei ed,
wentln. and. horr b o tn r.-im,. ,.. ,i. ...!
moinnnt .1,,, m,iu,l ,i, ., .;'
. , , - . "r ' , wur oi wie room
iiV , i tV ua 'K' ras, uie latter was dc
llvered or a child. Tho stricken liinilu-r r.
!' 1 'l' 001 ''eringifaiighter.and with
put speaking u word, fell dead to tho floor.
I he jiliyslcian In attendance went to her as!
sl-tiince. siiiinos iil- that ki .,1 i i ...
t ,1 ,,a V ,0-vora ll,u W or human
nn ?F .'. U' fli,ck' ,v,ll' tl10 Knowledge
ol tho disgrace of her child and her fiunuy
uT,xlvAl h.cr' klllc'1 lR'r "Uddcnly i,
bullet In the heart would have done
, lf' that Clark is the father of
thu child, wide i.haniillv. U fr i . '
cato creaturo and nut Hkdy p, lUo mtitVv
LETTEL LIST.
Burke, Sophv
Coningham, Elvird
Uoc, Sarah
Cutter, Molly
Degolder, Ellon
Eble, Annio
Galllghor, Mary 1
'iuniucr,vjuim
LA1HKS LIST.
HiUos, Uollcu
Collin, Magy
Conyoas, Adallno
Davis, Ellen 2
Egiin, Colin
Fuller, Dinah
Gibson, Ellen
Hurt, H A
AKIUVEII.
Steamer II. C. Yaeger, New Orleans
" Arkansas nolle, Evansvillo
" I'.ichmond, Sew Orleans
" City of Chester, Memphis
" Alice Brown, LouUvillo
" Illinois, Columbus
" Colorado, Vicksburg
DKl'AKTKI.
Steamer H. 0. Yaecar, St. Louis
" ArkHmns Eclle, Evansvillo
" I'ichmond, Louisvillo
" lllsmarck, New Orleans
" City of Uhesttr, St. Louis
" Alics Brown, Memphis
" Paintor, Sbotwolls
" Ajar, New Orloani
Illinois, Columbus
Colorado, St. Louis
condition or tiik mvrns.
Tbc riso in tho Ohio during tho past '.'I
hours was over fifteen inches and is in
creasing daily; still rising above. There
is no cbango in tho condition of the Mississippi.
Special dispatches to Tin; Bulletin
report tho condition of tho rivers at vari
ous places.
IIL'alNEs.-, AND WK.VTIIKK.
Thoro was not a great deal of activity
displayed on tho landincs yesterday Hinon;
tho shipping.
Tho weather was clear and vory picas
ant. :uscr.i.LANi:ocs.
Tho Ajax with her 10 boats of coal
loft yoftcrdoy morning for .Now Orleans.
Tho II. C. Vncger passed up, towing an
empty fuel barge, and had 500 torn freight
for St. Louis.
Tho i'ichmond had 420 tons railroad
iron lor Louisville, itml 100 tons of mis
cellaneous freight for taints along the
Ohio river. Tho Loui-villo papers say-
that sho will enter tho trado between that
point and New Orloans. whilo tho St.
Louis papers claim that sbo is only making
a trip up thero so that tho people there
rnny tea ono of St. Louis floating palaces,
Tho Alice Brown passed dowd with it
large tow of Pittsburg coal, probably for
Memphis,
Tho Biirnarcic cleared for Xow Orleans
early yesterday morning loaded flat down,
und had all sho could well carry.
(-apt. urecnflcld'd new ferryboat Sal-
mon arrived at hor landing Friday night,
and started on her regular trips yesterday.
Sbo brought over a largo number of Mil
sourians to trado.
At Ualliday Brothers' warobouio there
is a flatboat adding 1,000 tacks of corn, and
another boat adding 200 sacks of corn, 100
bbls of flour and HO bbls of meal. They
will do a coasting trado below hero.
Tho Colorado had a slim trip for St,
Louis.
paws j:x position.
THE FIN ESTCOLIiECTIOX OF PLA NTS I
lirrclvi-il IlWct-t from 5'rnre,
Mr. P. Pellarce. Ilowcr ami On-nl, i
Paris and Versuillus. Fr.-uu-n. lm. tl.n i. .........
ui iiuoriiiiiij; uiu lauiesauii gentleman ot thl
city thai hu has Just arrived here, and will
it-malua fow days, with the mo-t varied
mm inusi siiii-iiuiu coiiL-ciiriii oi tiitiniM uit.i
Hhrtibs which was ever seen in Cairo. Dap
lines, Keododendrums, Pu na, Arboita, new
Drutzla, 1,050 new rose liuhes. fruit tn.r...
pear trees, apple trees, cherry trees, plum
trees, vines, peach trees, strawberrv nn.i
goo-eiserry plants of various kinds, Hower
mms, iiicii iigureii at mo grand exposition,
etc. Prices very lnodcratu.
S. 11. Alliatl-llrh tlin tnn- lmnnrmn tt-tl.
their conildcncu, will please call at Mr. John
Jva-hlcr s'. Connncn-l.-il in-omin i,niu-i.nii
.miiui mm j eniii street-'. 3-28-dlw-
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
WHITE C'OIJiAJU'LANING iMILh
N. WALTIUIW, Proprietor,
DIUCBIa
IARD and SOFT LUMBER
of otory doscrlpllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, UKDAK POSTS
DOOltS, SA8I1, BUNDS
Ol'.DEUS SOLICITED.
Steamboat Lumber,
Kurnlshed oo shortest notice.
i , . .
s-ommorcifti avonuo, between Tenth and
tiovuntti streets.
CAIRO; IiILllTOIS.
Homo Advertisements.
HIlEltlPF'-;SALE.
By virtue of nn execution to me directed
by the clerk ol the circuit court ol Aloxan-den-ounty,
In tho state of llllnoi", in favor
or William Chatlield and William Woods,
llrm ol C'hallielil and Woods, ami nL'aliil
William J. Allen and 11. Watson Webb, llrm
ol Allen and Webb, 1 have lev led upon thu
following described property, to-wlt: Lots
uimbered one mid twolu block uumlii-ri-il
llfty-ouo, lot thlrlccn In block miinberi-il
joriy-llvc, und lot numbered llfleen (l.'i
In block numbered forty-nine, all In the city
ol Cairo, county or Alexander and slain or
llllnnl, as the property or tho said William
J. Allen, which I shall oiler nt public sale
at the southwest door of the court-lioiiso In
the city of Culro, In salil counlv and -state,
mi tho llitli day or April, A. (. 17.1, be
tween tho hour or nine o'clock, a. m., and
sunset or said day, lur i-a-h, to -:illI"y s.ibl
execution. ALEX. II. IK I.N.
Mierlll'ol Alexander county. Illlunl.
C.silio, HI-., March 22, lbTJ. JWiJ dlt wiit.
ILLINOIS CENTRAL K 11
1011 jrfllr (In. Klioi It-Mi Hi, nt,.
i.Mtily- MIImn llioMliiirli-Kl Iti.ulc
TO ST- Hi OTJZ&
NO CHANGE OP OA IIS
KI.OM CAHIO TO
st. louis or cinc a no
- -
ONLY ONE OhANGE OV OA Its
oil c.titio -ni
tlliicihnll, i bnntioll, Tol.-te,
l.troll, (.fpvi'laiKl, Nln;m P. I
llll ISld. I'lllal.lltl'. Vfn.l, !,... .,
Usltl-nurr, riilli.Ifli.liiH, Kdw Toflc.
nosion no All i-oinc cast.
Mllcaukle, Juni-sslllp, Malloti,
LaCniMr-, (it. Ps-il su l nil points noilti.
This in lo tho only direct routn to
IVi-Atur. Illoamlni.tnn. i;,.,,,..i.i
I'-orU, f.olncr, KrofeSlc, '
lliirlinulnn, Itock Ishnd, Ln fjall...
.lemiota, IHxon, Kreeimrl,
unlcna, l)nbuup, Hlom i.itr,
Omaha and all lofnti nortlmest.
Elct!nt Drawinfj lloom Slc-oping Ca-
un nn ign; Trains.
I!otxe Chccke.1 loall Important poml.
ror uci-t nn-1 inrormstioo, ply t I. C. 1UI
'l. uiro, un coiirn irio iranul ciin, r
ir.-i wiumi,ui n i cmro, noil nt tr.e princi),
W. I'. JOIIIfiON, Otn'l Pass. Atj't, C'hlrMio
A. lliiciuti, firn'l. hup't. Clilcno.
J. JOHNSON, Ag't, Cniro.
BARCLAY
D R
VARHISHESj
WINDOW;
CLASS,
BROTHERS,
WIIOLESALENI) ItETAIL ' .
UQGISTSi
wD.'-.. "ol.'iil ami Prctcrijition
Corner Washington ac,
and Elliih stn.i t.
I'HKSTPIIOTECTOIIS,
Of chamfd, tiiid rabbit skin,
for Weak Inn,.,. '
AT BAI'.CLAV BKOH,
CIll.yitATE
-LOZEKQ-ES
roi: soiti: 'f inioA'p,
I'rcpan-il ami sold
Bv BAHOEAY IMSOS
HOHSB AND
CATTLU MEDICINES
And lilslnftctai.tit torStnbles
At BABUEAY IJI'.O.S.
1SH
HBuimnrtn Bssa- m
CHEMICALS.
Sl'IUIiGFIKL 11 A N D I L Ll N O I (J
belli THE AsTE UN It. ll.
On and after Monday, April 24th,
trains will run oi tollowt:
NOKTHER.V DIVISION.
tciim ooixo sorriitisr,
Mnil.
bmro Virlnia 0:10 a. I.l ..
" S-frlnBtioM ! o " .....
,' TsytorflllB lu 5 "
ArriT t Pur..
:i ooiso i.oaiu-jtKT.
1ST2
Eiprcjf.
.ti3.',p.tn.
. 3r
. 6. r.
. a.17
2 1 H) BRUSHES! tHlSTUFFS.ftl! 5
fcJ Sa cosmctics Kg wiitnSK5a C
xlVH TOILCT RE3i.IIATeR,At-!IHIl
n
FINE CIGARS,
HONEV Ill.'i.',"
" VOL'NU AMEItlC'A,
And "L'niversal Standard."
At UAEOIiAY BEOS.
-21-tf,
ELECTION NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby
the l.ith day of
election will be held in
I.r Pans
" Tylorlll....
Anise at Springfield.
I.esio HrincCU....,
Arrirent VIikibiv...
Exprcs.
4.(0 n. ni
.1.4'" " ...
..o.n ....
...s ...
...s.5 ' .. .
Mali.
J.Mn, ro
s.s
6.00
, li 10
...... .4. 15
south n n 2 ii : v i i o :t .
THAISS 12010 ttrtllti-T,
Lar KlirooJ S-TOn. rn. .......Io.lo
' J-lori.... 8,i ..ll.W
Arrliis at fcbannetl'n .11 " i.is
P.ir
:inci:li..m:ocs.
l'AHlvKlt & IIJjAKK,
ritAi es ri
WALL TAPER, PAINTi?,
I'titly, llcntli.f, timiiiinr,
WINDOW SUA DC?,
An I tn tfrletrilt-l illinnlr.itin
AUHUllA 01 lu
uuuaS-l.UII.mN" CCP 1TTI ST. i. COM
K RACIAL-A V.,
Cairo .... Imkom
15. V. I! 11 V A N T ,
I'roiirlrtor
WLITTJO? MILLS
Near Twci.ty-ixtli Street,
Ohio Ervkk, - CAIHO, 1 EES
All Linus of Lumber. Oak. I'oplar, CV-
pros-, v ainut, cli; ilellvered In any part
ui uiu chv ireu oi cuaiL'e.
and patlsfacflon
s-'s, tr.
iby given that on Tuesday.
April. A. 1). Is73. a general
e liebl In Ihn iltv r,f lr
Alexander countv. Mali- nt Iniimi- rn. ,i,.!
selection of the lnllou-lm'
otlicer-, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a
city clerk, a city attorney, a city trcsurrr
and a police mairl-tratc; each or the tisp (.li
warns into wnii-ii tbe city is nowdivldcd be
ins entitled to tho election ortwo (2j alder
men. l-'or the liunioses or s.-il.l !.! inn .mil.
will be opened at the fobowln named pla
cid, to-wlt: In the First ward, at the com-mls-lon
house or E. I". lUvls. Ew., on the
south side or Sixth ;, street, betwi-cn Com
mcrcial and V,'a-hIriL'tnii rnr rnif .- in n, .
oml waril, at tho Koiiih and Ke.nlv i n -lm.. I
hoti-c 6i thu east side of Wa-hlnirtun avenue I
between Scvs-nth and Elghfli streets; In the
I bird ward, at the Hibernian i-mrlne-hou-n '
on thirteenth street between Commercial
aveiiuo and I'oplar street; lu the Vourth I
ward, at tho court-bou-e, and In the fifth
ward, at Mrs. ulllan' hou-n on tlir north
wet corner of Comincrtl.il nvcnua anil I
i "eniy-iiiin street,
lty order of the cltvcouncil.
M. .1. Hiiwi.kv, ( lty clerk.
John M. LN8iii:.v, Mayor.
Caiiio, III-., March 12. l-7J-td
IS It Y (I O O II H.
m: a i.
0.
KMTATK AUEXCt.
'72. FALL'AND WINTER 73
C. HAN NY.
LA 11015 STOCK.
I HKOWN HIIEETINGH,
I'ltlNTfl,
Ticirxafrarn.
Oil KOICrl,
WINSTON & CO..
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
t
A U CT 1 0 N E K KS,
74 (SXCONU FLOOk) OHIO LtYIK,
CAino, ii.w,,
Bcv and Sill Rkal Khtatj:,
PAY TAXES,
KUHNISH AIISTKAOTS OP TITLE
Ani mt' CaniTaa ofKlo.:
John (I. Hirman. (.ins. Thrupji:
JOIIX Q. IIAHMAN k CO.,
REAIi ES'J'ATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
CONVEVANChlia.
.Vorlli for. oriltU m. Hud Oil lit
Oaiho, Illinois.
Ali-lracts of Title, Conrcvanclni msili. a
specialty. Iti-al Estato boutrht and Mdd
EjTI axes I'alil, etc.
I.V VKHS,
ISTi'atronaifo solicited.
(juaranteed.
flHMIS, IMtOWN & CO.,
BAG MA NUJACTU RERS
AflKNTS IIOMK C'OTTOX .MfLI.H
1-3-
NO. FO Ohio Levee, Cairo. Ills.
2m.
IIOAT N I (13t-.H.
s t i: 1 1' e a,
KKNTUCKY JKAWi, VXTHA.,
OASSIMEl'.S,
liJ.AOKALI'AOAH
EUfjTEHS,
OHOS'JJ'.AIN KIEKH,
JiAHHK STOCK Ol1' (JAHl'STINO
Oil, 0 EOT II a,
UATTINfl,
Wliidii-.r NIir.il.N,
OILT UANM,
NOTIINOIIAM IjAOE
DAMAHK8.
1IU i'.iillro h'toch
IT
VEUY LOW PIOUEE9.
COnSKIt BtH HT. AND C011MKIiaAL-AY..
I'llir.. t ..I.
sojtltf
S A M W I Jj s 0 N
UtUtU IK
IBOl-X1 STORES
OttOCEIITUM,
1MIOYISIOUH V, T 0.
No. 110
Ome Luybi
C'aiao, III.
NTKAMIIUATN.
'"oaYkoTno"i;aduoaij""
AIL IIOAT.
Ttio i-lea'Il'l ultuatt
J.A.. FISZ,
Dice Powlkii, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday cxcflfilod) tit
illi. ui Por freight npusai;o apply on boat or
to Jas, Mai.loky, Ak'L
Itf
WAKU tc HO UK I ITS,
(.II.tl.M.MJ,
K.m.no;iim.s;,
I'l.AI.Vrt III'.dMIA'IlVK
I'A I'lllt IIAMil.SU A MIL'S 1'AI vriNU
Alwdculeu lu J'ainu, Oils, (ilass,
WALL PA J'15H( etc.
Wutblijgwu avenue umi Litvcntli ttn-el.
if-lKlll
WILLI Ail .1. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OAII'.O, ILLINOIS.
Oillce over Pint National bank. 3.10-lm
UKKKN A; UILHEltT,
ATTOHNEYfa
couNaELoua at
LAV,',
Villlan II,;ren,
IIIIBUl Jl. 1 (
Mlioa K.UIU
illUrt, y
fHptea. Mtenlion elsi-n
ourr.l-iut t.u-ini-sn.
CAIIIO, IU.Ia'om,
lo Ailmlraltr anil
071MCX OHIO LKVEK, H00MB 7 ASfD H OVl'.B
CITT NATIONAL JIAV K.
SAJIUEL J'. WIIEELEH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OA 1 110, ILLINOIS.
Olllco over PIr.t National bank. :M.Yim
Livid T. LltH'jr-ir.
LI-VKGAH h
ATTORNEYS
John. M. Lansdcn.
LAXSUEX,
AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS,
OlllrO 011 Sl.VMilli klrnn. WhitArU .n,A-
Id olllco of Linear, .Muiili & Pope. 2-21-lui
WAO WAKIJI'AOTOUV"
vr hulo nt Wlioloualo or ltotail.
COUWKll UUD-BTltlCET AND OHIO LKVE
Cairo, Illinois.
WM. GLENN & SON'S
in: a n i uaji Tints von oroceiuks
IMJIENSi: STOCK,
(JUKAT VAHIRTY,
LOW I'ltlCKS.
COI'TEE. itio, LDguayra, Java, Mocha.
SlNUIt, N, O,, Hnrd & Soft Hoflned,
SVItUPS Now Orleanannd Eastern.
Wl! MAKi: HI'KCIALITIVS OK
Ta3A.Sn TOBACCOS,
A.3ST0D CIQ-AES.
o d 73 Vint SI. C.VC.V.VA Tl
-3-t-tAs-3m
Udllllf
.1. V.VAMUhK
DENNIS IIALEV
lias now on hand nil kinds ol
DBY COKD AND STOVE WOOD
Por salo. Leave orders at
Wl. KLUOE'S STOltE,
Comer Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corner of Twellth und Poplar tf

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