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CAIRO BULLETIN.
Pnkl4ii.n , RalIftllu Ball BC
ANNOUNCEMENTS.
J OU CITY ATTOIINEY.
AVc are ftMhorlr.od to announce II. Wat
sonwcbb nsn candidate for tlio ofllco of
city attorney nt tlio approaching muiilelpal
election.
i on MAYOR.
Wo aro authorized to nnuounca Dr. AS'll
Ham Jt. Smith as a candidate for mayor nt
tlio entiling municipal election.
VTo aro authorised, to announce .Tames
S. Swnyno as a candldato for mayor at tlio
approaching municipal cloctlou.
ron city TitnAsuiir.it.
Wo aro authorized to uiinounco 3Ir. .tamos
A. Phlllls a candldato fur tlio olllco or city
treasurer, nt tlio ensuing municipal election.
Wo arc authorized to announce that Koh't
A. Cunningham will bo a candidate for re
flection to the olllco of city treasurer, at tlio
ensuing municipal election,
ron city cu:i!K.
Vi'c nro authorized to nnuouuco Michael
.t. Howley as a candidate tor rc-clcctlou for
tlio ofllco of clly clerk, at the ensuing mu
nicipal election.
ron roi.icn magistrate.
Wo aro authorize;! to announce tho namo
of CharlcsMchner.Ksfi., as candldato for tho
onico of police magistrate at the ensuing
municipal election.
AVc aro authorized lo nnuouuco 3Ir. James
Ilynn a candidate for tho olllco of police
in.igi-trato nt the ensuing municipal cloc
110:1.
V o arc authorized to aunouncc William
I'. I'itcher as a candldato for tho ofllco ol
police magistrate, nt tho ensuing municipal
election.
i'iillow-uitizexs or u.uno: I am n
candidate lor re-election to the olllee of po-
lie o magistrate. I our years ago I did not
Klioro It was pos-Iblo I should llvo to ask
ofllco again nt your hands, but having In a
great measure recovered my health, nnd
needing tho incoino tho po.-ltlon nfl'ord', I
njfaln appear before you in tho capacity ol n
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support. II. Sii.sxxnssv.
Jtcv. "William -Mitchell, tho gentleman who
juencum uio corner of Tenth and
sfouuu streets, owing to a scry tin
."...iaio occurrence, was tinahlo
u.,c prcscniana fill his appointment. I n
happily, a few minutes before the hour nn
noiinccd for tlic preaching, William got Into
"sui, vns arrested and sent (othccaln
booc.
On Sunday evening, whllo six cats laden
with freight, were being transferred from
l.ohnont to Columhit", ns tho engine was
urnwing three of them tin tho Innilne. mm
enr broke loose, and rtinnlntr Ii.ik!.- Inin itm
. . . ' . . . " "
uum, unocKcu mo remaining threo cars off
iub uontinto tho river. Onn of ihoin u
psniy outof tho water,and tho freight is bo
tug removed as fast as possible.
Tiro work of balasllng the Cairo and Vln
ccruies railroad track on Commercial nve.
inn', nas commenced In earnest. Several
ir.uns 01 gravel and stones wcro yesterday
lirniUftlf l.l .... .. .. '
... ., u ui'iiuuiuu ociwccn uio lies
oi me track below Sixth street. It Is said
mo gravel used Is the best to bo had for tho
purpoc, and when completed, the road bed
wlllbeoncofthollnestln this pait of the
state.
ron Ai.Dcnjinx.
Wo nro authorized to nnnoumo 1). J.
Foley as a candidate for Alderman lu the
Fourth ward.
Wo are authorized to announce J. It. Cun
ningham as a candidate for alderman In tho
First ward.
We nro authorized to announce the namo
or Chas. O, Paticr as candidate for alder
man Iron: tho Fourth (I) ward, at the ensu
ing municipal election.
lly nuthorlty we announce that M. J. JIc
(.auleywlllbe n candldato for alderman
from the Fourth ward at tho approaching
election.
Fifty thousand envelope0 just received at
the I.t'LLKTIX olllee. tt
Envelopes furnWicd and printod nt the
M'lletin Offici: at $3 to $o per thousand.
:t-29tf
Business In Iho jiollcc court yc-torday
was not brisk. Several cases of 'plain
drunk" was alt that claimed the attention of
tho court.
In his sermon, last Sutidav nl'-hi. iu,v. Air.
Shoresmado tho following pointed roferciico
to Hon. D. W. Jliinu: Saul of Tarsus was n
lawyer, nnd ho was not a liar, nnd was nn
honostman, nnd that Is what you cannot llffd
in cairo-a lawyer and a Christian. Look
down here at the corner", nnd we lot tl
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TU3EDAY, APRIL 1, 1873
TI 1 1 HATE NINO IIIOTKIIH.
Wder Shores Informs in that tho "lgnor-
lllll" nnnin. ..!. I ., r
----- vB.uv ouuyiinvo occii C3iciicu irom
his church lor bad conduct, In connection
witli other bad negroes and designing whlto
"icu, nrc piottlne against him and bis good
Intention, and threaten to burn his church.
Ho thinks that II merchants would bo carurul
to whom they pell coal oil, and If the pollco
"ouiu Keep an cyo open, scmo or tho vil
lains inigiit , brought to Justice, Ilthey do
uui-miii. 10 uuruiiis place ot WOtslilp.
MARKET REPORT.
WANTED.
jiii oiiorgcuc, experienced canvasslnir
iiguui 10 represent nn established family
weekly in thU city. Every subscriber to
'Our Fireside Kric.nd' receives a copy of tho
on enromo "uitc," acknowledged to bo the
most valuablo and most taking premium pie
.-, umu iLucnu.iiiMinrc nunc ( lstrilitillnn
ol 8.1.1,000 lu cash nnd other premium". A
spicnuid cliaiico for tho right man. It will
pay men experienced m soliciting, or man
aging general agencies to Investlirato. Ad
drc?.", with reference, Waters ,V Co.. mil:
usiters, uucago, Illinois. "-27-lt
balance of the valuablo
meant 3lumi sure,
sentence. Hut
F. 31. Ward Is now prepared to deliver tho
best of sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of tho city. Also all kluds of wood and
coal always on hand. ::.2," tf.
Tim place to buy wall paper and window
shades U So. i! Sixth street, oppotito Win.
tor's block, where you can buy cheaper
than any place in the city. II, Abli:.
Loft, between corner ol Eighth nnd Wal
nut streets, and (ireenllcld's lcrry, a hoop
ear-ring. A suitable roward will bo paid for
its roturu to my.livery. stable.
1-1 St. it. F. Fiklij.
Tho company in which the Itev. Mr.
Shores' church was Insured, havo sent Mr.
-Shores word that, under the circumstances,
they lcel it but Justice to themselves to can
cel the policy.
An IrUhinan, hailing Irom Memphis,
claims to havo been robbed yesterday, in
this city, ol i 220. He had one Fat Maley
arrested for htcallng tho money, but upon
trlalMalcy was discharged.
Mr. Uan. McCarthy, while driving along
the levee yesterday afternoon, was thrown
from his dray, and in falling struck thu rnll
ing on the Illinois Central ralhoad, break-
ing his collar bone. Dr. Gordon set tho
broken bones.
I). J. Foley, of tho Fourth ward, annoutr
ccs himself in The Hui.letix this morning
m a candldato for alderman. Mr. Foley is a
young man -well-known to almost every
voter in tho ward he sccJ;s to represent, nnd
win no uouut mako it lively lor his oppo
nents.
The Uepubllcaus of Jackou county have
nominated F. B. Hanks of DcSoto, Tor sher
iff, to till tho vacancy caused by tho death
of Jos. U. Campboll, who died about two
weeks ago. Mr. Hanks has long been n resi
dent of Jackson county, nnd known ns n
very elcvcrgcntlcmun.
On la.it Friday nltcrnoou Joe Arnold cap.
tured threo trunks containing clothing which
had been stolen from a Memphis linn. Tho
thler was alo secured and placed In tho
county Jail to await tho arrival oi nn olllcor
from Memphis, who will take tho thief
and stolon property back to that city for
trial.
Hon. John M. Crebs, our late representa
tive in tho national coiigron-, it a candidate
lor Judge of tho circuit court ol tho' Twon-ty-lourth
Judicial circuit, compo'ed ot the
counties or Jcffciton, Hamilton, Wayne,
Gallatin, While, Edwards ami Wabanh,
Tho Gallatin 'Gazette Morgan's paper, Is
out for him llat-Iootcd,
in to-day's Hulletix wo publish tho nn
nouuecmont ol 11, AVntson Webb ns acandl
uaio ior ine Olllco ol ciiv nttnrnnv. Mr
Webb is a good lawyer, and having been for
years a resilient of Cairo, has n noronnl
Knowledge ot and understands nearly every
whs iu law lrucrciu mo cuy s interests nro
at stake, and wo bcllcvo tho law department
of the city could not be placed 'In better
nanus, lu all probability Mr. Webb will
havo no opposition.
The inl..chlevous and slnlul ntteiiint now
being made by the children of llaal to tear
the IJcv. Thomas Jefferson Shores Irom tin'
servlco of ;the Lord promises to bo a lailure.
The angel who was with Daniel in tho denof
Ilono, nnd who walked with tho threo chll
lren lu tho iiery furnace. Is with Mr. Shore.
in mis great tribulation. It s true Hon. .
W. Mtinn lias Joined the forces of darkness
In their raid upon our irlend. but no mat
tcr Truth is 'mighty and will prevail, nmi
in uiu row snores is Truth. All tho
Munns In the world cannot conquer him all
tlio Caldwells cannot IfrlKhtcn hlm-all tlio
iiootns cannot Intimidate him all tho Scotts
cannot agitato him. Calmly Iio stands llko
the Scotch hero, his back niralnst tho rock nf
Honest lutentlon, tho falchion of rlsht
grasped in his good right hand, the lire or
determination blazing In his eyes like ilamos
in a steamboat boller, crying to all his
nctnies-crylng with ti loud voice, llko
John lu tho wilderness
"Coino ono como nil, this rock shall tly
1- rom its llrm base ns soon as 1 !"'
Wo adviso tho children or tho devil, to
keep away rrom Shores. Ho is not to bo
trilled with, nnd wo say to him :
"11 yen belong to Gideon's band,
Hert ' our heart and bore's our hand."
FOIl IJL'NT.
The brick store, (25x100) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. AVnrdner. :i.0.im
ltOOM WANTUD.
A pleasant, checrrul room, situated on
Seventh street between Walnut street and
Commercial avenue, to be used as a sitting
and sleeping room. Apply to
J). F. HuiLS'sini:,
a-3clf , C. and V. railroad olllee.
WANTED.
Wanted nn intelligent .German lad to
learn tho jewelery trade; ono whoso
parents or guardian will bo responsible
for his good vonducJ. and nro willing' to blmi
JiJiu fora term ot years to properly learn the
trade. So other need nnnlv.
"S0-d5t. Tadkk llnoTiir.usi.
ItlJAIi K3TAT13 FOlt HALT,.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block-10, Uri-t
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
house now standlugon saldlotwlllbe moved,
leaving a good brick cellar, elstern and out
house. For particulars enquire at my shop
on Twentieth street. Wm. F.m.r.iin.
:!-irdim
HOTKL FOIl KENT.
Tho undersigned offers to rent tho HIsey
houio, situated near (irceullcld landing,
Missouri, and nt tho terminus ol tho C. .V F
railroad. Favorable tonus will bo offered to
a good tenaut. For particulars apply to It.
F. Field, Fleld'o stable, Cairo, or on the
prcml-es to J. I!, Oni:):.srii:i.i).
:m;i tiv.
A l'UOTL'ST.
Tlio Cairo 'Gazette' promises to publish an
article ngalnstme,vhIch,tho editor says, "is
itiu oi reu jicpper, lunar caustic and nitric
acid." Lat week under nn niionvmous sig
nature, no tiiu ptibiislin Mlo attack, In which
i nm stigmatized ns a "rnttlc-bralncd mono.
maniac," lor having replied to a certain splr
ui'i who una lectured In Cairo. To itnpro
voked lllngs, I shall never descend, and in
such things 1 do not Indulge therefore, un
less tho gentleman who writes for the 'Ga-
zetto' can find something immoral in my
cliaracter, I would mildly pretest against
ine indiscriminate nbiiso to which my name
is suiijccicd. ir J were tlio owner of a jour
ual through which to defend myel, such
attacks would still bo wrong, although there
would be less cowardice about the samo. Tho
spirit of love should broatho through all wo
wruc, even wnen mauniK cor
rection ot errors or exposing
untruthliil statements. As lriend'CnicIblc
stated lor historical facts a number of things
which I have been unable to find In history,
and some which ate plainly at variance with
hlitory, I called attention thereto. Yet I
sedulously.rcfralued front tho' use of nuy
languago calculated to lead to personalities,
or ilttcd to provoke severe retort or bitter
epithet. I did not nccue Crucible of false
hood. On tho contrary. I said that he
'snrely would not wish to tell an untruth."
Iicsldo", 1 put tho matter iiypothctically.
thus, "If Crucible desired nnd aimed," etc.
t wished him no harm and used no obleet-
lonablc or unparliamentary speech, In my
eply to his article ; and if, under all tho elr-
tiinstanooK, bo can feel coll lent to forego
logical acumen, argumentative skill, foren
sic wit and personal courtcsv, for tho brief
notoriety ol a violent and bitter retort, 1
will pity him Irom my very soul. 01 course,
I bcllct c that a regard lor truth will lcid
him to retract his statements
to which 1 objected. -
I am afraid to uso malicious words, "llv
thy words shall thou bo justified, and by
thy words shalt thou bo condemned." Ac
tions do not speak with more loudness than
words. What a man has done will some
times be forgotten, whllo tho inllticnco of
hat ho lias said will go on forever. Vcs,
ord! They produconud promote actions
poken, written, Instrunicntallzed words
have always ruled tho world : and hMm
hao seldom been more than tho mere cryo-
lauzeineni oi spcccii. A man Is moulded by
what others say, more than ho Is influenced
by what thoy do. And Ido protest, earnestly,
that personal abuo and vlllilicatlon of any
kind cannot be termed argument. I am will
ing to controvert, but not anxious to u-e
sneers, reproaches, uuklnd word and Hit
guallstlc mud.
I will treat friend Crucible as a gentle
man while ho receives any notice from mo,
although 1 will try to sweep down tho cob
webs that may bleach and sicken ids soul.
Let him do as much forme. Wo need not
quarrel, if we do dIUcr. D. II, Tuh.vkY.
HIVKIt NEWS.
Tho absence of uninteresting nnUer from
theso columns to-day the slip
shod character of its contents
Is accounted lor by the fact
that the editor of tho paper was lu tho cltyj
yememay. jus ausenco irom tue sotrnro
nd presence in the legislature Tprrierod i n
,s to retrieve tlio reputation ot Till for ova r
-KW GOODS.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Klghthstreet, between
Commercial nnd Washington avenues, has
Jii't opened out a stock of now and fashion
able mlllliicry goods. Sho has ono hundred',
and fifty dlllerent stylosof hats nud bonnet,
beside n largo nsortment ol rlbbon, How
cr and notions ot all sort", nil ot which wll
bo sold at the lowct prices,
.NOTlCi:.
On nil sound grain received in store lu the
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, l&Tl), un
til lurthor notice, stoi-ago will bo charged at
Iho rate or 11 cents per bushel forthellrt
ten days or part of same, nud J cent per
bushel for each succeeding ten days or part
of time that tho grain may remain In stoio
Hogging grain and sewing bags 1 cent per
bushel. J. & L Hucki.voiiam,
C.uiio, March 20, 1STU. a-27-lw
A "woman of tho town" iiarath
streets nil afternoon yesterday in seal polo
her "feller," who sho declared she (ty It
travels shu came across him, but instead
shooting sho tossed threo or (our bricks at
Ida head, which, however, failed to do lifm
nriy harm. Tho assailsil Indlviduil va
jnooscd, leaving bcr lu posivslou of tho
Held. Later lu tho day the same woman
went on board ol u certain steamer, revolver
Jn Irnud, vowing that if sho "caught that vil
lain kho would Mow day-light through him
' quicker 'ncrScot." He was not there, how
uver, a ft we regret very much, aa it de.
prlvc its of jno ploU'cl of ''etalllng to our
reader the jmrtlculnrs of a Urst-cUss cna.
I tlPH.
SiCli:.STiriO MACHlNKltY IN Till: I.N
TKItiiST OF HOUSLKKKl'LltS.
Mr. F. M. Fngllsk of Heudcrsou, Ken
tiiey, known to many of our citizens, Is
the Inventor nnd manufacturer ol what he
alloges, and is ready by uctual trial to
demonstrate, to bo tho only perfect Vi.isher
and churn that any ono has ever seen or
used. And he wishes all interested in n
perfect washer or a perfect churn, to call to
day til tho Arlington houo, near Wahlug-
on Seventh street, and too tlioso
i operation, F. M. Kn'oi.ibii.
nm.... ..i.
wi, V uu .iMtllrlUnl ,,Y,1 II i I n .-.a.
run rt,i,r; uu
old office oWIUlINCi:
--iJftKXT.
AVAJTPrcut hetwecn Waslilngton
nut street will bo vacant
"JP A. "T Tvlillo house, painted red,
rJn tho back-yard. At
ITt'AUiii'. ,ay seem somewhat paradox-
leal, a Avcrlll Chemical I'alut rccoiu
mcndjLATf und defies coiiijiotlllon, it pre-
PCiits a smooth polished suil'aeo which with
tunids tho effect of heat nnd cold, rain or
sumhluc, and can ho easily cleaned, it Is
neatly putup In tin pallj, mixed, ready for
use, and lu all colors. Wholesale agents,
U.K. Way A Co,, general commission mer
chants, Sixth street, betwecu Washington
nnd Commercial avenues. 11, F. Meigs,
painter, Waslitngtcu uviuuo, retail agent.
" "Ml
ARRIVED.
Steamer llonry Ames, Kov Orleans
" It. K, Loe, .Now Orleans
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" Idlowlld, Kvnnsvlllo
" l'utilnnh, Kow Orloans
" I'.nven.St. Louis
" Great Kopublic, Sev.- Orlcaus
" Wm. Cowcn, St. Louis
" St. Joseph, St. Louis
" J'at ltogors, Mompbis
" City of Quincy, St. Louis
" .Jim Fish, Jr, J'nducnh
J. I-'. Tollc, Kow Orleans
" Illinois, Columbus
" Thompson Doan, St, Louis
lir.I'Al'.TEI).
Slcnmer Henry Ames, St Louis
" K U Loe, Kvnnsvillo
- " Grand Towor, St Louis
" Idlowlld, Kvnnsvillo
" l'enlnnh, St Louis
" Haven, St Louis
" Great Jlopublic, St LouU
" AVru Cowon, St Louis
" St Joseph, Memphis
" Fat Kogors, Cincinnati
" City of (Jttlncy, N Orleans
" Jim Flslc Jr, Fiducah
' J V Tollo, St Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
" Gloncoc, is Orleans
CONDITION or THE RIVERS,
Tho Ohio continues nwolling at a steady
rate, and thoro is oceans of water to Cin
cinnati. Tho channel of tho Mississippi
has not been hurt by tho fiw days de-
ollno in that stream, nnd thoro is plenty of
wnicr to ot. Louis.
Special dispatches to Tin: Uulleti:;
report tho condition of tho rlrers nt vnri
ous place).
11USINES8 AtfD WfUTIIER.
liusinesj openod fair for Monday, nnd
thoro was n groat deal or activity on tho
lovco nnd nmonj; tho bouts. Tho wcathor
was elonr nnd ns pleasant os could lo
wished far.
MISCELLANEOUS
Tho John Ullmoro whllo on her wny
down tho Mississippi river with llvo
bargoj of Ico In tow, slruck.n barnt Jones'
landing with such force that her tow was
badly broken up and two of tho barges
sunk, Sho succeeded in pumping out ono
of them und brought tho remaining threo
to this port nnd returned to try nnd pump
out tho other ono. Tho 'Ico Is owned by
Huie, Loom Is & Co., nud Is destined for
K&thrllle, Tennesson, .
PHIL. I10WAIID,
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
City NnttOlliil UatlU IlnlliUliK,
is&B'e3lal attention raid toordtra trernilesra
fonts nliflit or dsy
FnicE CirnnENT Offick, 1
Cairo, Monday , March 31, 1873,
UENERAI. IlHMAr.KS.
"Wo havo very llttlo chango to nolo I
tho general condition of tho tnnrkot to
day. Undor tho influoneo of fnvorabl
advices fronabolow, the feeling In tho cats
market has materially improved, nnd to
day seller s hold llrm for 3 lo on lots that
last week could not find buyers ot prices
ubovo j"i. Meal Is weak lo-dny with n
buyers in tho market. CornJIs qulot nnd
plenty, going nt -Via for mixed, and 47c for
white, liny continues a drng on tho mnr
l:el: Cholco timothy receives n llttlo nt
tcntlon, but nnythlngbelow thni will not
soil at nny prico. Tonnngo Is moro
plenty, nnd tho Mobllo nnd Ohio railroad
to-day signified a v.'lllingnosi to take nil
tho freight ofl'ered for transportation
over its Hues.
Freights havo deeliucd. lUto toMom
phis nnd nro 174a nnd .Tie nud to Kow
Orleans 115 nnd COc.
Our reports of saleA nro mado up from
actual transactions on 'Chango nnd may bo
relied on as showing tho correct condition
of tho market. With tho regulnr reportj
of to-day, wo publish tho rates of weighing
lorwnrding, ttorago and commission
oddopted by tho Cairo Chambor of Com
lnorce, goinp, into effect on tho first day o
April, to wnicii wo invito tho nttontlon of
corrjspondonts.
Cs5?tvorrespondents should boar In
mind that our quotations ropresont prices
for round lots from first hands, unless
otherwise stated, nnd that in filling small
orders higher prieos must bo pnid.j
LUUli- ory dull, no domand worth
speaking of, nnd trnnsnctlons nro goner-
nlly limited to tho order trndo. .Sales CO
bbls X $C ftO; 100 bbls choico family ?'J,
GObbls XXX $7; 75 bbls X $5 50 and 100
bbls XX $0 75.
HAY Flat, no demand nt nil for nnv-
thing below choico timothy, l'rnirio bas
is not taken nt $12 and cholco mlxod was
oll'ored on 'Clinugo to-dny. nt $15 nnd
found no buyer. Ko snlos wcro mado to
day on 'Change. Sales for last week, 3 cars
choico timothy S17; 1 car do $17 50: 2
cars choico mixed $17; 4 cars do SIC: 700
bales do S1601O and U cars choico timothy
$18, all delivered.
COliX Tho market is strong at fflofor
mixed and -17.18c for whlto. Stoeks nro
somowhat reduced. Sales: 3 cars mixed,
somoariy, in miriaps, l lej 173 sacks do
14o dolj 2 cars white, in bulk on track 80
2,000 sacks mixed del 43c; 1,500 sacks do
43c; i cars mixed in burlaps del 43c; 300
sacks do Uio; :i enrs whito in burlaps del
4.c; 5 cars whito in bulk on track 38c; CO
sacks mixed In dundcos 4 1c; '2 enrs whlto
nnd 1 of mixed told on privnto terms,
OATS Tho markot is firm to-dny nt
31c snckod nnd del. Tho stock is protty
well cleared up, Seles cmbraco 0 cars
choico mixed, sucked nnd del 31c; 2 oars
nnd 1,000 sacks do S3Jc; 2 cars do la bulk
on track 272Sc,
WHILYT Kono ollercd on 'Chaugo.
Quotations on tho streets nro choico whlto
?2; Ko 1 $1 00; Ko 2 ?1 80; choico red
vl 85;Kol$l 7C;Ko'.'l G; Mediterra
nean SI 05.
COKK MKAL-Wcak and ricos flue
tuating, no buyers in tho market to-day
and no menl sold. 100 bbls K. 1). sold
early ut S-j 200 bbls do S3 10 nnd COO
Hichny, sold on p. t.
UHAN Plenty nnd dull, 1 car sold to
day, sacked nnd del, at S15 per ton.
ISL'Tl'KK Strictly choico solid packed
is in demand and scarce; common plenty
nnd dull, 21 packng.es choico sold ut 30c
and 15 do 33c.
KGGS 1'oceiptJ aro light and prlcoi
havo advanced. A numbor of packages
6old nt shippers' count nt 1517e.
CHICICKKS Thoro is n fair demand
for choico nt S3 50 por dozon for raised
and SI for choico hens.
I'llOVlSIOXS-All kinds or smoked
and dry salt meats nro In fair domnnd and
limited supply. Quotations are n slmdo
higher. To-day bacon shoulders packed
wcro 7171c; clear sldos packed 7t0!c;
plain country cured hams ll12e; plain
suge.r etirod do 1213c; lard in tlorces
"Jg,8q in kegs 010c; pork S150J1C 50.
Al'PLES Choico nro in fair demand,
and selling at SIQ5; common 2 CO,
OltAKGES plenty and quiot. 10 boxes
sold at S5$5 CO.
POTATOES unchanged; wo note
sales of 100 bbls Peach Hlows doH2 23,
100 bbls do S2, und 10 bbls Sweet Potatoes
?:) 75.
HAMS Sugar cured canvasod, nro
selling in lots at If 15c,
HACOK Cloar sides V10c. IJrcnli
fast bacon llj12c,
SUGA1L Activo and selling 12Jo for
coffeo A ; 1 1M jc for crushod, powdered
and granulated.
TEAS, Imperial, 751 25; Uunpow
dor, 75l 25 j Oolong black, 75(jf.Sl ;
Young Hyson, S11 40.
CUKESE. Good domand ; Kow York
factory ?1 lb lCJ17c.
SYUUPS Tho demand is fair for
choico at G0c$l gal and Kow Orleans
at 75080c.
PLASTEIUXO IIAIH.-35c 'H bushel.
LIME. In lots $1 23 to 1 CO 1 bbl.
At waoicsalo 522 60
.wcro yesterday, unanimously adopted by
tho Cairo Ohambor of Commorco, to go
Into offoct on tho first day of April:
RATES or WKIOIIINO.
Ornln, hny, brnn, etc., per enr 1 CO
"MiRiiivntfi tui .,, (ju
Other nrtlclos In proportion,
When sold delivorcd, trans for char
gos on grain, liny, bran, flour,
meal, etc., per car C 00
Transfer to store, per car 5 00
KATES Or roKWARtilNa.
Grain, pork, ilour, liny, meal, lard,
oils, npples, potatoes, bacon and
dry snltod meats In packages,
Ebagglng, halo rope, etc., per car
, load 00
Less tlmn car load, per ton 1 00
Assorted merchandise, car lots, por
ton i on
Less tlmn car loftil. nnr inn i mi
lot forwarded includ ntr drnv
ago for loss than 1 00
-Machinery our contract.
ngons, por car 510 00
Llllk meat, nor cur 10 no
ijiimuor, por car 10 00
uridgo iron, por car 10 00
HATCH OF COMMISSION,
Flour
Hay, merchantable
" damaged, per ton
Whiskey. 25 bbls or over
Pork, ete.car load
Lcssthnn " "
Domestic llouors.oxcont whlskov...
Graln,in bags or bulk 2
1'utter or cbecso 6
Cooporago
Potntocs,npplos, eggs, dressed hog,
I'uunrj, unuu irunv, twiu oiuor
produco not othorwiso montlonoil
Small fruits and vegetables
Cotton yarn, nails window glass and
other Plttsburir or Southern
Mixo.l articles
Cotton
Tobacco
mnnufncturud
Clovcr,tluiothy or other seeds
,cad,pig or bloom iron
'or accepting tlmo;drnfts or mnklug
ensn advances, endorsing notes or
bills of exchange
RATES 01' HTOKAOB.
Ono Succeed
montn Ing.
uogsnoau 9 fto
" CO
BARCLAY BROTHBBS,
WHOLRSALKAND 1IKTAI L '
DRUGGISTS,
iTO. 7L OHIO Lij"V"S-
11 ill '"MjjyLii
1
DO
2
24
o
5
21
1
13 3
9 Gil
O I LSI
varnishes!
YflNDOWj
xj & m
I mm
COMPANY Hi sg
CHEMICALS.
per
OKMKKT,.
bbl.
COAL OIL:-2S(530o.
GUKKIES. Ke-sowcd 21 bushels 18c;
3 bushols 20o.
UUlUiAPS. 2j bushols corn, 9J ox
15c; do 10 oz ICo; 4 bushols Onts 2l)c; 5
bushols 21c; C bushels 22c.
11 EES WAX. tUb 30e.
SOAP. Schaeflor's Gorman moltlod
7Jc; Champaign soap, 71c.
TALLOW, H lb 7c.
SYUUPS. Choico -fl gallon. C5cl 00;
Kow Orleans, CS70c.
COPI-'EE Scarce. .Tuva soiling at
30:i2c; Lnguayrn 2J25c; Jtlo, prlmo to
choico 2J2Cc. 1
ItilOOMS. Dull; common house soli
nt SI 00 ; choico and oxtrn choico $3
3 7b ; steamboat $1 50G 00.
rUEIOHT Cotton, comprossed, to
Kow York, 85c; to IJoston, $1. Un
compressed, to Kow York, 1 U; to lies
ton $1.
HATES To Now Orleans and Vicks
hurg: Potatoos, npples, etc, 50c; pork
SI; pound freights 25o por cwt; hay
57 CO por ton; wniskfy $1 40 per bbl.
TO MEMPHIS-Flour, oto U5 porlbl;
pound freights 17je per cwt; hoy 6 00 par
whiskey 8O0 per bbl; perk 60o por
Tho following rata of chiugos lor weigh
'nPi forwnrdlng, Btorago and commission
Tobacco,
hugar,
Mohuses, "
Liquors, " or nlno..
Oil, " .......
Oil, pur tierce
J'luxsccdorl'.lee, nartiercu
alt, tier barrel
Oil, molasso3or foreign liquors,
per unrrei
AVhisky nnd cldjr, por barrel...
Sugar and ilsh, per barrel
Flour, npples, beans, nnd jiuta-
toes
Soap nud candies, in boxes
Wine, in boxes or baskets
llnlslus nnd iigs, lu boxei or
drums
Window glns, boxes
'' half boxes
Halo ropo, per coll
ilagging, per piece
" " half ploco
Cordago, tnrrcd or whito, pur
hundred pounds
Salted hides, por 100 pounds...
Drlod hldos, tnch
Cratu of quccnswAro, or cask,
small size
Crnto of quoenswure, or cask,
largo clze
Cofl'ce, peppor nnd pimento, por
heg
Iron, shoot, lead nnd shot,
por hundred pounds
Turpentine, por barrel
uunny nags, per bnlo
iianuiiicturod tobacco, nor box.
Dry goods or other merchandlso
in assorted lots, por 190 lbs..
Salt, G. A. and L. IJ.. per sack..
Salt, T. I., por sack
AVnlto lead, per keg (25 lbs)...
Kails, per keg
Hamper of bottles
Itonm of writing or wrnpplng
paper
Dyo wood, per ton 1
ChocJO, per cask (100 boxes)..
Tea, per half chest
Grain in sacks; two, and two
nnd a half bushel sacks
Grain in sncks ; threo bushels
nnd ovei
Domestic, per halo
Pig lead, per pig
Bran, per sack .-.
liny, por bnlo
Hemp, per ton
Tow, " :
Cotton, por halo
llrcad, per barrel
" ono hundred pound
boxes
llrcad, fifty pound boxes
35
CO
50
20
20
C
15
12
8
50
50
30
10
10
t;
12!
lu
V . , - - . . " - 1 " BMawassMMj
iRUSHESjSTUFFSjEiV"
OSMETICS Qk MINURS'iHSS C
ro 1 LCTCTtt.TcntAtj jpipi 2Q
Itctail nnd I'rcscnjitiou
Corner Washington ao,
and Eighth street.
CIIKST PU0TKCT0US,
Of . haniol, nnd rabbit skin,
for Weak lliliga. '
At HAKOLAV HIIOS.
CHLOHATK
I'OIt HOl'.K TIIIIOAT,
Prepared and sold
l!v IJAHOLAY IJJtos
H0HSE AM)
I'ATTLK JIKDICIiVKS
An 1 Dlnnfeetants lor Stables
At 11AKCLAY HKOS.
FINE CIGAIIS,
honey nn:."
"VOl'NG AMKItltA,
And "lnlvcrnal Slandard."
JT- At HA KOLA Y HKOS.
11 20-tr.
3 2
ELECTIOK KOTIOK.
Notice Is hereby irlvm 1b.1i
1 tl,'c J;,th 'ln:,i -V'rll. A. I). 1S7.I. n general I
election will be held 11 tho cltv of (',iir,..
Aloxandcr roiintr. St.itn .i lliin.,u 1.. 1
selection of the lollowlng named immlclpal
olllcers to-wil: A mayor, ti city council, a 1
rlty clerk, a city attorney, a cltv treasurer 1
111111 u 1 uueu nuL-isiraie: vacli ortlio te (."
in
men
ISUTCIIKIM.
BUTCHERS
A.ll) PKAI.KUU IN
the cltv it iinwillvlilml 1.... 1
ngcntltleil to the election oftwo (2) alder-1 ..i
the purpo,e of sa.d election, polls ! 0II0ICE KESH MEATS
OP EVEJtY.DESCIHPTlON.
3
25
12J 10
S 4
10
I
3
20 15
CO
i
Will lC oncilCd nt tlin fo owln- nini. l t.l ,
i c s, to-wit: In tbo Klr.t ward, at thu com
mlwlon 1 homo or K.I Davis. E-q.. on tho
south sldo or .Mxth (It) treet, bctwo.cn Com
mcrclalniid u iIiil'Ioh ni.nu. in
oml ward, at the Itouah nnd Heady engine
houso on tho east side or Wi.hlngtoiiacniio
botwoen .Seventh and Eighth Mrtets: lu tho
inini ward, nt tlio Hibernian fiiirlnr.liniu
on Jliirtcenth street between Commercial
avenue und l'onlar street: In tlm r'.mrfi,
ward, at the court-hoii-c, and lu the 1'ittli
ward, at Mrs. fcullivatiN houso on the north-1
west corner of Comiueri'l.il avium n titwl 1
Tiventv-llttli trcet. '
ny oruer or tlie city council.
JOII.N M. LANHIIK.V. Alavor.
Cairo, III-., March 12. 1873-td
uiici:itius
CHEAP UltOUEK IKS
THE iraw aYSTBM:.
ar.00K!lI3
RETAILCU AT rilOLEAL
I'RICEU TOR CAS 11.
4
121
10
:i
'I
4
15 121
00
00
33
5
I
tl
I'AHIS EXPOSITION.
THE FINEST COLLECTIONOF PLANTS
Itcrciscd Direc t from I'rnrr,
Mr. P. Pellarco, llowcr and shrub seller in
Paris and Vcr-allleh, l'rance, has tho honor
of lurormlng the lndlosand gentleman of this
city that he has Jtitt arrlveil here, and will
remain u few d.iy-, with tho moit varied
and mot splendid collection ol plant nnd
shrubs which was ever seen In Cairo. Dap
lilies, Itcododenilrums Pu na, Arborea, new
Dmtitlii, 1,050 new rose bushes, fruit trees,
pear trees, apple trees, cherry trees, plum
trees, Wncs, peach trec, straw berrv nnd
goo'obcrry plants of various kinds, llowcr
buds, which llgured nt thu grand exposition,
etc. Prices very moderate. ts
N. II. Amateurs who may honor mo with
their conlldence, will please call nt Mr. John
li nli1nr'u ,f.imiw..:.t..l ,
.... ...v, , v.iiMiiiiv;iL'iai uenuu, neiueeu
.Minn iiii 1 emu sireet-.
2S-dlw-
WAOlj MANUFACTOllV
OjWJ'WraiTMTHsWS
For
.Sale tit YholeiMila or Itctail.
COHNEIl '32D-STREi:r AND OHIO LEVE
Cairo, Illinois.
UOTl1" J. S'.iiAMIlI.K
ntiiajiiukvin:
oaihoandTaWuaiY
MAIL IIIOAT.
TIis siilenJIil stearaor
Dick Fowlkii, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday oxcoptod) at
ip.m Tor freight npussno apply on boat or
" if as. Mallokv, Ag't.
DICNNIS HALEY
Has now 011 hand nil kinds ot
DKY COlCl) AKD STOVE "WOOD
For sale. Lcavo orders nt
WM. KL CAE'S STOKE,
Coiner Sixth and CommorclaC
i Or at comer of Twcllth and Poplar tf
AT II. O. THIKLEOKK'3 STOKE:
iiBiwuoTOW IVXNUc, I1ETWKCSI TJ!NTI1
AJU) ELEVENTH UTUCETB.
0 as. imr Cuba Sugar for - - 55 0
3 11 11 ... 1 00
0 J lbs. A coffoo Sugar, K. Y. Bid. - 1 00
1 " Prlrno Itlo Coffoo for 1 00
ii " Choico " " - - 1 00
Old Government Java - - 1 0C
Teas nnd othor etnplo and fancy Groco
rlos oouallv as choap.
Goods now and full voight given. Call
ana try.
JOIIK SHEEITAJJ,
RETAIL GltOCER
Ami Dealer la
vegi:tahlk.s. fkuits,
r JJU'lTE
I, EGGS,
it, ETC.
LAUD
EST All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
tho lowest prices.
Corner 0th
7-2.-J tf.
St. andCommcrclalAvo.
i.i)Miii:ic.
WHITE COLJiAli PLAN1NU MIjJL
H. .VAI,Ti:itH, 1'ioiirlctor,
jCIIEUIU
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
tt (ivory ilwcrlpllon,
LATH, SHINGLES, OKDAK POSTS
DOOllS, SASH, BLINDS
OltDHKH SOLICITED.
Stkamhoat Lumuer,
Furnished on ehortest iioiIca.
Tenth and
Commorclnl avonuo, botwoen
I'.iovontli strcots.
OAIEO
T.lT
H. l- 11 11 Y A N T ,
J'.-opriotor
Near Tweuty-sixlh Street,
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenue
next door to the Hjlaud saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIHQ, ILLS.
JAKE WALTER,
AND IiIULKr. IN
BTJTCHBB
FRESH MEAT,
Eiohtii Street, 11 etwees vrABUiworoa
ANOijouuEncjAL Avenues,
ArtJoliiInK Itltlosilioaae nnd Ilanny'
Krep Jh tit or Uot, Fork, Muilon Veal.
I.mfc, iuine, to nil r prepared 10 brr
cltueni Id tho tnott aecniUblb manner.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
Dutcuer and Dkaleh in all Kinds or
Fnnii Meats.
Coiinek Ninetenth AKD PorLAIl Hth..
CAIKO, ILLLNOI3.
l!uya and slaughters only the best cattle,
hogs and sheep, and Is prepared to fill any
demand for freshjmcata from one pound to
teu thousand pounds.
l.VVVVKH
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Olllco over l-'lrst National bank. 3-10-3m
GREEN Si aiLUEHT,
ATTOKNEYb
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
William II. (irenn, )
William U. Uilbert, !
MileBF.OIIWert, J
CAIHO, 11.M.N01U,
PSpooia. attention glrea to Admlraltr anJ
cirabot butlncKB, .
orrioK 01110 levee, boomb 7 and fl ovkb
CITT NATIONAL IIAV1C.
SAMUEL I'. W HEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSKI.OR AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
Oltlco over Tlt National bank.
i-Iotflll
David T. Llncgar.
John. St, Lunsdeu.
JilNEGAR & LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
CAIKO, ILLINOIS.
nill-n nn Rnvnnlh ilrfrt. Winter's liloek
old olllee of Llncgar, Jlunn & Pope. g-'-iMm
IIOAT NTSSBKH.
Ohio Lkvke,
CAIRO , ILLS
All kinds of Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy
press, Walnut, etc,, delivered in any part
of the city tree or charge. ,
OSTPatroungo solicited, nnd satisfaction
guaranteed. tf,
WILSON,
DiAiaa in
...ij
230.A1?
IB .
o no cEiitae,
I'HOVIHIOMH It 'f o.
No. 110
Ouio Lavas
Caibo, III

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