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ftMlMMM !, Balittttas MtslMlaaj
LOCAL WEATHER REPORT.
U. 8. Sto. Snt., OnsiKvm's office. 1
ClUtO, April 12, 1S73, 10:11 p.m. J
Thermometer 61 degrees.
Wlatl caltn, velocity 0 miles per hour.
- Muctaum temperature last 21 hours, at
4 9- 61 degree.
Juatasa temperature, l.ut 24 hour, at
6 1. ., W degreet.
Pre Tilling wind Uit 2t hour, northeast
Total number of mllci wind travelled, last
M hoar, 174.
Davii W. f?AHXBTT. Observer.
To tnt Votxrs or Caiuoi Having been
solicited by my friends that voted for me
Ut year for mayor, and liy many that were
opposed to me, to again become a candidate
this year tor that portion, In reply would
say, alter mature deliberation, I have rotne
to the conclusion to present my name aaln
before a discriminating public for tbnt ofilce,
promising, II elected, to give all tho atten
tion necessary to the city's welfare, by dep.
lug that every city officer, frorr the highest
down to the lowest, perform their duties
faithfully and honestly; alto thai all ordl
Banco that tend to the preservation of law
and order ihall be strictly enforced; further
more I shall use my Influence with the mem
bun ol the city council to curb monopolies,
so that the right or the private citizen are
not, nor shall not, be Invaded or encroached
upon. Reapeetfully, Hr.Niiv Wintkk.
We are authorised to announce Dr. Wll
llatn U. Stnlth as a candidate for m:iyor at
the ensuing municipal election.
We arc authorUcd to announce James
S. Swsyne at a Candida r for mayor at the
approaching municipal election.
rOU CITY ATTORNEY.
We arc authorizeil to announce 11. Wat
ton Webb at a candidate for the oftlco of
ilty attorney at the approaching municipal
TOR CITY THEASUltKlt.
We are authorized to announce Mr. James
A. Fblllis candidate fur the olllce of city
ueasurer, at tuc ensuing municipal election
We are authorized to announce that Rob't
A. Cunningham will be a candidate for re
election to tho office of city treasurer, at the
ensuing municipal election.
SOB CITY CtSUK.
We are authorized to announce 11 Given
Uagey as a candidate for city clerk.
We are authorized to announce W. F.
Jdalone as a candidate for city clerk at th
approaching city election.
We are authorized to nunounco 3Ilchael
J. flowley as a candidate lor re-election for
the offlce or city clerk, at the ensuing mu
FXLLOW-CITI7KX8 OK Cairo : 1 am a
caudldate for election to the olllce of city
clerk, subject to your will, expressed
through the ballot-box on Tuesday ne.M.
Yours, respectfully, Casieh Yost.
i-Olt POLICE MAGISTRATE.
At the request ot many citizens. 1 bctr
leave to announce myself at a caudldate for
the office of police magistrate. J. J. Uibd.
We are authorized to announce Mr.
Joseph SlcKenzle as a candidate for vice
tlon.to the'offlee of police magistrate at the
ensuing municipal election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. James
aummerwell at a, candidate for the olllce ol
police magistrate at the eusulug muultlpil
We are authorizeil to announce the name
of CharIesMehuer,Eix., as candidate for the
olllce of police uagitrate at the eusulug
We are authorUcd to announce. Mr. J unci
Hyan a candidate for ttie oince ot police
magistral? at the cnulng municipal elec
tion. W e are authorized to announce William
F. Pitcher at a caudldata for the ofllce ot
police magistrate, at enduing municipal
Fxllow-Citizi:s3 or Cairo : i am a
candidate lor re-election to the office of po
lice magistrate. Four years ago 1 did not
believe It wat possible 1 should live to ask
offlce again at your handt, but bavlug lu
great measure recovered my health, und
needing tho Income the position altords, I
again appear before you lu the capacity ol a
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support. 11. SiiAN.NCbiY.
We are authorized to announce W. II.
Morris as a candidate for alderman Iroui ihe
We are authorized to announce' John Mc
Ewen as a candidate tor Alderman In the
H'e are authorized to mmounc.i F.
Korscmcycr at a cuudidute lor alderman
Irota the Third ward.
We are authorized to announce
the name of Hiram lllxby lor alder
man In the First want.
We are authorized to aunouueo John II.
ltoblnton as a candidate fur alderman Iroui
Uie Flitb ward.
We are authorized to announce 1), J.
Foley ai a candldJte fur Alderman In the
We are authorized to announce J, lt.Cun-
nlngham as a candidate for aldinuau lu the
Uy authority we announce that SI. J. SI
Uauley will bu a candidate lor alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
A full line of parasols, suu sbadct, etc,,
at smart unoion s, Kigutn street. it
Fifty thouaaud cmelopei Jut received at
the KfLLETl.V offlce. ti
l.nvelopcs tumUhed and printed at the
I1UM.ETIN Orricic at W to per thouaiid
White goods In great variety and at bot
tom prices, at ituart A (ihobon'i, Elgbtb
Just received aud for tale, 100 bbls Itawl'r
Jrnnett apples. Cornsv, Pace Si Co.
We SHU nappy to record the (act that Mr.
' Cluuie Howe, who has been suffering from
lilae, ( about again.
l4ifkla It retailing eggs at l.t cents per
4oea, tetween Seventeenth and Elgh
teWh,on Coasmerclal avenue. u
F. JI. Ward U Bow pie pared to deliver the
tsMtarf MwtxIaadfplUblrkory wood to any
tw ajways on kand. 4 tf-SStf,
Mr. J. 0. Sheldon Is lit St. Louis.
The funeral of Mrs. Win. Elehon" was
yesterday target attended.
Sir. O. P. Lyon Is now enjoying the de
lights of the iuture great city
Mr. Winter's "friends" have never been
strong enough to elevate him to the mayor
alty. Are thcy.strong enough now 1
A fuO line of gents,' ladle' and children'
cotton hose, very cheap, at Stuart & Ohol
Mr. Wood it abundantly able to prrsldc
over the municipal aflalrs of the city. Jack
Winter docs not possess a sliicle iuallha
tlonfortbc duties of mayor.
Dr. .Smith has removed from his residence
on Thirteenth street to tint forracilv occu"
pled by Dr. Jlotdcn, abo on Thlrttctith
Mr. Win. Wdntcr Is rapidly cottliiSr his
roont Into "ship shape," and expects to
have thera ready for uo by the ttrst ofSIay.
They are be'ng elegantly titled up.
The place to buy wall paper and window
shades It No. 2 Sixth street, opposite Win
ter's block, where you can buv' cheaper
than any place In tho city. JI. Aiii.k. tf
Mr. Wood has always borne a reputation
above reproach lit this community. Let onr
citizen' compare It with thatof Jack Wlnter
and jionder which nf the two they dc-lte to
sec at the head orotimiunlclp.il gov eminent.
Stuart .t OhoIon will show the uheicot
lot of prints of tho sc.-iion nt their new
quarters on Eighth ti col, Monday overling.
There l not n moral, upright honest citi
zen of Cairo, who would not feel that Jack
Winter, as mayor, would be the wrong nun
In the wrong place. Thero Is not ono who
would not blush to have It go abroad tlmt he
bad been elected.
fi Tho next
VM.,win lie 1
Tho next regular communication ol
lgc, No.ua", A. F. and A.
helil to-morrow (Monday)
evening, at 71 o'clock,
Vltltlng brothers coidlully Invited to at-
end. 11. F. IIliKe, sec'y.
He are tliu solo agent for the sale of SIM'
sou's pure cider vinegar, made on his tanu
at Cobdon, Illinois, put up In convenient
sized package for family use, -and every
package warranted pure.
4-13 tf. CotTKY, Pace Co.,
No. b't Ohio Levee.
Itev. II. II. Thayer will deliver a discourse
this morning In the Presbyterian church on
the following subject: "Judas and the High
Prlesta." In the evening he will deliver
the fifth and last discourse UHn the emi
nent women of the llible. Subject: "The
Mother of Jesus."
Sir. John SIcEwen announces himself for
alderman In the Third ward. Sir. SIcKwcn
Is well versed In the affairs of the city and
her wants, and besides all this be is
clever gentleman, Jand If elected would
fill the office of uldcrmtn to the satisfaction
of the city.
Remember that the Kov. U. Crews, D. 1).,
will preach In the Methodist church both
morning and evening of to-day. Subject for
! o'clock a.m.: "The Spiritual Revelations
of Christianity." For 8 o'clock p.m.:
'Christ as a Practical Teacher." All aro
Mr. II. Given Uagey announce hlin-elf as
acandldaU lor city clerk. Mr. Uagey la
widely known In Cairo as a young man of in
duttriout habits, close application to busi
ness and more than ordinary ability. If ho
were elected to tho position of city clerk,
hit reputation would bean assurance that
lie would -ere the city faithfully and well.
For a while In the early pait ol the canvas
for municipal ofllccs we were Induced to
believe It would not be neceuary for The
IIulletin to tike much of ahand In the con
test ; but the events of the part few days
have convinced us that such a course would
not do; that Tub Hui.i.ktis will bavn to
buckle on Un armor and "once more Into the
breach" to save the city from the hands of
unworthy men. We are on tho war-path,
nd prrpouc, during the short time left be.
fort the election, to slvctuo opponent of the
citizen's movement a warm fight.
Sir. F. Korsemeyer announces hlmtelf
in this Issue of Till Bvu.etin at a can
diilato fcr alderman from the Third ward
Mr. rcorstneyer is too well known to
need commendations at our hands, lie I
one of our best citizens and will without
doubt be elected.
Mr. AY. II. Slorrls announces blimolf In
this morning's Uum.kti.v as a candidate
for alderman from the Fifth ward. Sir,
Slorris has long been a resident of Cairo
and is well-known tohcrpooplo as one of
her beit citizens. e do not hctlt'Ue to
say that If chosen to represent hit ward in
the council Jim will provo himself a faith
ful public servint and an honor to tho
ward he represents.
In tho present municipal contoit the
sanm desolate element that has for years
endoavorod to gst possoiston and control
of thu city government, has again come to
the front, and that, too, In a most forml:!.
aWo way. This being true we hold It to
be the duty of all good citizens to ur.lte as
ono man In an effort to put that clomout
down to give It such a coiupleta' crush-
Ing that It will forever aftr bn unable to
rls from tb Jofont. The way to accnm
plisb this much to be dotlred end Is plain
and simple to unite on on candidate.
Laying aside all past ditl'orences, both per
. . ., .
tuuai anu puny prejudices, we call upon
me good cltlzori of Cairo to elect Co
John Wood to the mayoralty. Hu it i
gentleman of unirapoacbable character In
whatever light It may be regarded. With
every citizen of Cairo doslrlng the nros
perity of the city, and the preservation of
her ralr namo, It should bo a personal
mattor to put an honest and rsputablo
man at the head of the city government
Such a man, we ilrmly believe, without re
gard to past personal prejudices, Is to be
found In Col. John Wood, the nominee of
the citizens' man meeting,
RfV. Sir. Cowglll of Hickman, Kentucky,
will conduct morning and evening services
at the E'plcopal church lo d ty.
ON THE WAR PATH.
We nuke free to remark that the "finli.
bier" caudldsto for mayor. Is now on the
war path. Will the better class of our citi
zens support blint Noverl
Wanted, a good barber (white) at corner
or Eighth street and Commercial avenuo;
good wages and steady employment gusran
teed. (s-lOCt.) J. 0oiiui Stii.vuol'se.
CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, APRIL
Lost A gold hoop ear-ring. The above
reward will bo paid to the peron leaving
the ring at my llverj stable, Tenth street,
Cairo, Illinois.' II. F. Kikld.
A ncnt cottage aud two lots, located on
the corner ol HIvlsloii itrcet and Washing
ton avenue. For terms, etc., enquire at the
corner ol Fifteenth treet and Commercial
avenue of T. O't allaiiam.
UKAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
1 will sell lot numbered 12 iu block 49, ilrst
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. Sly
houeiuiv standlngon sii'il lot will be moved,
leaving a oo( brick cellar, cistern and out-
houes. For particulars unnulro nt my shop
on i Hcmieiu street. wm. Dilkhs.
'AlltO AND VINCKNNKs It.UItO.W).
Train" now Icavo falto and SlotindClty as
'enve Cairo. l.eavo Mound City,
fi:K)p.in. ,i:io "
Cham.). Wood, arn'l Ticket Ag't.
Col. Wood being the nominee for mayor
of the citizen's man meeting. Is entitled to
receive the upport und influence of every
man who participated In the Bctlon ol tho
convention. If elected, and that ho will be
we have not the shidow of a doubt, be will
administer the ordinances of tho city to the
best ol his ability, and without fear or favor.
COMING DOWN WITH THE STAMPS.
It is said that the mltrcses n( several of
tho more imminent houses of llbrcputc In
this rlty have contributed lirgo sums ol
money to bn useu li helping to elect Jack
irinter to tho mayoralty. Il'lnt .iy the
voter of the city to ihN sort ol hu-lnos?
Il'lll they support a man who accepts sup
port froiusilch a source? H'e belleie not.
Sir. 4nna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Wu-hlngton nvcnue. has
Jut opened out a stock of new and fashion-
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and fifty dltlcreiit stylesof hats and bonnets,
bcldealarge assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notlom ot all sort", oil of which wll
be sold at tho lowct prices.
Sir, J. J. Illrd unuounces hlmsvll lu this
Issue of Tiik RUM.KTIN as a candidate for
police magistrate. Sir. Illrd Is eminently
wen fpiaiuieii ror tno posltlon.and should the
voters of Cairo give tho office to him, he
promises to uo mo best he can to (ill It to
the satisfaction of every one. There are
now six white and one colored men In the
Held for the olllce of police magistrate.
THE CITIZEN'S CANDIDATE.
Taking th names of citizens who signed
the call for the citizens' meeting, we And it
contains the names of our most highly re
spected and mort substantial citizens : the
meeting itself was composed of all the bet
citizens ot Cairo, whose object in nominat
ing a candidate for mayor was to give to
him the prestige of being the nominee of a
citizens' mass meeting, In order the more
effectually to rebuke the designs of Jack
Winter, und render his defeat a certainty.
THE SAME REASONS.
The same reasons which made Jack
Winter objectionable as a candidate tor
major iai Kar. mane mm nnjectlonanle lie
fore, and will make him objectionable next
year. I he leopard cannot change his spots,
ncmier win .sir. winter's promises that "all
ordinances which tend to the preservation
of law and order shall bo strictly enforced,"
bo credited with belief by a community in
which every man, woman and child Is well
aciualnted with his record in the pa,t.
A SAD EVENT.
A sad event occurred at tho St. Charles
hotel on Friday night. Sir. nd Sirs. J.
C. Nyeth;of Chicago, arrived In Cairo on
that day, on their way to New Orleam: !
Journey win undertaken for the bcnctlt of
air. .Nyetir licalth, who was a consumptive
and who hoped tho mild air ol the South
would restore him to health. On their ar
rival here, he sank from tho exhaustion pro
duccd by the Journey and died In a few
hours. Ills atlllctcd wlfo returned with his
body to Chicago yesterday.
DRY GOODS REMOVAL.
Stuirt ,fc Hholson will open business In the
store lately occupied by Ilium A Ams0n, on
Eighth street, on .Monday, April 14, upon
wiiicii occasion tney will show an entirely
now lino or spring and summer goods,
among whlcn many special bargains will bo
found. To our old customers, and to n
who may favor us with their patronage, wo
promise tno lowest price made by any lion
In this market. Our one price cash system
win lie strictly maintained.
Ml-it Stuart Giioi.oo.v.
Some persons having expressed the belief
fiat Col. Rood will If elected, endeavor to
use his position as mayor to advance thu In
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icrcni tn urn icjiiiuiiciiu pany, wo are
ai'thorlzed by Col, (Pood to say that he will
do no such thing. That ho will consider
himself tlio choice or no party hut on the
contrary tliercprcscntatlvuoflhe citizens of
Cairo, irrespective ol party, aud that the up
pointivo oiiicer shall be divided between
the two parties as nearly equal as ho know
How. Hobcllove, tho colonel having mad
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urn n iiriii;v, uiai lie is Uie last man logo
uiicn on ins piiguit'u i.iitn.
ju.jiuv ai. vt a uin GOODS AND
W'" i iii.svj r-ai.viikiftililK.M,
Stesirs. Ilium A Atnson would rcsnectfnllv
Inform the public that they will rcmovii their
hock or general morchandUo from Eighth
ureei io me siororoota .o. HL'.Comuierel
avenue, one door abuvu Elliott A liavtliorn'-
and will, ou Slonday April 11, bo prepared to
uispiay ai meir new place of 'justness a very
large and well-assorted ttoek of ilrv i..
I Sf Sf
clothing, etc., to which they Invite all their
oiu customers and many new ones, to call
auu uxauune lor themselves. 4-114H
Diys wrath I Every "male moiikiei "
blessed with a wife and n home. know, mil
welljust how much tliu boasted siinerhirii..
I his sex amounts to on houso-cleanliu.
diys, when lovely woman haviiig re
pented that she ever married man, proceodn
to destroy him rrom oir thu face or his own
premises by means of an Impromptu deluge,
This It nothing moro than the leL-IHni .t.. -!
suit of man's own obstinacy. Had he
heeded the voice ot reason and ued Uie
Avcrill Chemical paint, the smooth. cln..v
surface obtained would havo rendered Inun..
datlon unnecessary, and lioue.e!i.nni.,
would only ho a pleasant recreation, M;c
the cultivation of flowers. The A. C 1'
covers one-third more surface, and stays on
twice as long at any lead paint. Call for the
geuulno article, mixed and ready for use In
all colors, at N. E. Way & Co.'s, Sixth street,
- - . . w ss Psysi'atVM ssssss VVUIlUBrC I
Sir. llenry Winter, la this Issue ol Tnt
Uullxtin, announces hlmtell as a candt
dato for mayor ol the city. The announce
ment Is not; unexpected, Sir. Winter has
been a standing candidate for tho mayoralty
lor many years past. He lias a chronic habit
of announcing himself far mayor about
tli re e days before every municipal election.
I'he number of Ave dollar bills Sir. Winter
has thrown away In this manner would
start any number or enterprising young men
In pea-nut and csndy stands, or any other
business which requires a not very large sum
or ready cash
A PLAIN DUTY.
To every citizen or Cairo who has
Watched the courc or the present muni
cipal canvas, It Is perferlly evident that the
contest lor msyor It virtually between Sir.
Wood and Jack Winter. The statement of
this fact cannot be construed into anything
derogatory to the other candidates In the
tleld, who are both men who enjoy the con
fidence and esteem of their fellow iltlzcnt.
Hut It Is now the duty of every voter of
Cairo, a duty which should not be disre
garded, to lay aside all personal feelings,
and by concentrating their strength on Sir.
R'ood, the citizens' candidate, defeat one
man, the worst and most disturbing element
In Cairo. "A hug pull, a strong pull and a
pull altogether" will repeat the canvass of
one year airo with a like result.
THE ENGLISll WAMIER AND CHURN.
Mr. r.ngllsh Mill in our city showing
the great superiority or his washer and
churn. Couldcrbte success o far has at
tended bis eiroru In the tjj,. nf ,u machine
and rights to territory. Hut lew things, f
any can be m:ieh moro desirable to families
thin a successful washing inaehlno and a
perfect churn, and from the opinions of those
who h.ive witnessed his demonstrations ,,,
cm but believe they an: n great succesi. and
merit the confidence oi all. Hu will take his
machines to any family that may so desire,
or wcy may lost tlicm thoroughly by calling
lo-duy nt the Arlington houc, corner ol
Commercial avenue und Seventh street. He
will rcmulnnnly three days longer. We ud-vlsoiillmt-resttd
to give them a trlul.
Silt. EtiITOK-tu The Hum.eti.n- nf Wi..!.
ncsday last, there Is an article headed
"Ruth," and signed "lloaz." Your readers
have ali doubtless seen It. Permit me to say:
First. "The w l-h is rather to tho thought."
"Evil to him who evil thinks." "To the
pure all things are pure."
Second. In that article It Is said that
"Mrs. Stanton. MNs Dickinson and others
were denounced,:! cry much degenerated.')
Perhaps tho public Is Hilling to receive
such a statement, but I am not willing to
lie tiniler such a charg-. I am glad that a
large number ol tho citizens or Cairo heard
what I did say. For the benellt or those
who did not hear It, I will quote from the
sermon on Ruth Ju,t vvbat I did say. Thus
they can see how much denunciation and
degeneracy are made use ol. The follow Ing
Is the language u-cd. I give It eutlre,
word for word:
"Much la aald of late of the eminent wo
men ol the ge, by which Is ment Anna L.
Dickinson, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Lu
cretla Mott, Mbs Ilosmcr, etc., literary
characters. How much more, rather.
should be said of the eminent Christian
mothers oi the past and nrctent. and the
eminent Godly women ol the llible." "De-
uec-cucraicu- stanu on a nar
In that article with "drunken men." Hut
enough. So much In behalf of truth.
1L1J. I'll A YKK.
There Is lit Cairo a class of
person who should be called
"the Gobblers." Its constituent elements
are the men who live without labor aud lc
sire a mayor who will not interfere with
their calllug who will not disturb or Inter-
fere with any of tho little "Jobs'" they may
de-Ire to "put up" on Inuocent and unsus
pecting persons who will thut hU eyes to
nouses or ill-lame, faro banks,
kceno rooms, and the like. Who
will, ir any ol the "boys" should
be unfortunate enough to be arrested, see
that the police magistrate discharges them
without payment or the fines before they
have worked for the city one-thlr.l 0r the
tlmo for which they were,couini!tted. These
fellows the Gobblers arc "gay boy" and
have a complete organization and loud
tongues. They meet dally and nightly, aud
are Just now very much Interested In city
atlalrs. It U true the groat majority of
mem pay no taxes, contribute nothing to th
wciraro ol the city, but they are tho noli.
tlclans of Cairo, and have organized for the
contest on I uesday next. They have set
lieu on meir candidate tor mayor. They
uuu v .iuii inn ui --jouru u moral men.'
I his or that man won't.do. "We must have
vur man," and ue is Jack Winter. "He
tho boy you know." lie alnt moral, except
wiien no s sick, and don't care If we
do beat a fellow w ith the Utile lady, or well
ne' our man. jack- against the Held ; a hun
dred dollars to one he'a the next mayor.
Here's the money says he Is; und here's
tne bunch or fives to bat any one , 'over the
snoot who says Hu ain't. Come up and
utliik-. 'lake a swag or H'lntcr whiskey."
J his Is the electioneering language ot "the
gobbler.," to which organlzallon, we are
orry to say, a few good men who ought
io nave ueiier sense belong; and
us eiicci is great, u Is this or.
ganlzatlon or butumurs that the law-abidlni:
aim Miuiiaimui ciiizciis oi i.airn have com
omen io uicrilliow anil Wipe out. It Is
wiiu mo voicrs oi uie city to say which
pany snail win.
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
A GOOD BARGAIN.
" ' T
A very desirable summer residence. itn.
atcd lu the town of Anna. Illinois. iroln. Li
the name ol the "Farln property." The
home l as six large rooms, good cistern
and kdl'.ablo out-houses. This property Is
now oiicrod lor sale at a bargain. Terms
cash. Apply to C. Scinrir Ann. in.
Or to IS. SI. Fawn, lllnklevllle, Ky.
FRUIT FARM AND GARDEN SPOT.
The uoith part of section IS. T 10. south
range 1 west, In Pulatkl countv. one tnlU
north ol Mound.' Junction, two miles south
of Villa Rldgg, and four miles northwest of
Mound City, contalnluir slxty-tlve acres.
forty-five of which it Improved aud under
eiice, with a stream of snrliiff water runnlm?
through the same,
Upon the premises is a new frame home
hullt the past year, and four tenement
heuses. Also fruit treca ol every variety,
many In boarlng, and a vineyard ol 800 vim,
In full bearing,
I ho. above premises is one of the mott He.
tlrablt for gardening purposes in Southern
Illinois. Title perltct. Apply to
i-13-ot Wm. f. Pncmit,
Davis, Lou S
Evans, Maggie E
Adams Clara O
ilarton. Mary Adda
UIOB, A 41
Harvey M J
She art, Amanda
Tusfg e, Ellas
Adams, Win Angel, Charley
Blackford, B F
Hatty, Win E
Ojllint, SI L
Collins, SI h
Carroll, J W
C ine, Uarnst 3
Fields, George E
Gilbert, .Prank M
Gray, Henry A
Green, James K
II uid, Lottie E
llayne, R R
Hardy, D SI
Johnson, Juste J
Kyle, J W
MihV, J T
Morebead. C C
McIIale, Thot W
t-mllh, Isahc L
Bergen t, Henry
Toppel, O O 2
Warden, Geo H
Broaks, Frank O 2
Beckwith, W F
Cunningham, R C
Colauikli, .lamrt C
E'sworth, It J
Flegel, F C
Gr.ial, J F
Hitter, J H
Kennedy J O
Helium." E SI
Logan, Wm K
Martin, J F
Martin, Henry C
Sic CI ii re, Wm
Powers, A R
Kodgors, Thos .
Schugart, Geo S
Smith, II B
Ward, J A
White, L I)
Steamor City of Chester, Meiapht.
" Arkantas Belle, Evansville
" Ssui Brown St. Louis
' Tyrone, Nashville
" Slary Ann. Pittsburg
" City of VIeksburg, Vlcktburg
" nenry Trobatco, Cincinnati
" Gen. AndorsoR, Tennessee river
' John A Wood, New Orleans
" Belle Memphis, St. Louis
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Padueah
" Illinois, Columbut
Steamer John Kyle, Js'ew Orleans
" City of Cbster, St. Louis
" Arkansas Belle, Evansville
" City of Vicksburg, St. Louis
" Jim Fisk; Jr., Padueah
" Illinois, Columbut
" Tyrone. Nashville
" Henry Probasco, Slempbls
" Gen. Anderson, St. Iouis
" liolle Memphis, Slempbls
COXDITIOS or Tilt BIVXHS.
The Ohio hat been rising every day
since the lfith of Starch until yesterday,
when It came to a ttand. The total rise
hat been over twonly feet. It it hard to
surmise what course it will next take, but
it Is hoped that It will commence falling.
Spoclal dlipatches to Tiik Bullicti.n
report thu condition of the rivers at varl
ous places. ,
1IU8I.SESS AMD WRATH ER.
Business waa very fair among the local
freight plies. No Southern freight of any
consequence was shipped. The weather
clear and pleasant.
Mr. J. C. Wyeth formerly of the
Wyeth and Vandvoot Malting company
of Chicago died in thlt city at the St.
Charles hotel yetterday morning at teven
o'clock, of contumptlon. Hu was enroute
to New Orleans in tearch of health, and
was accompanied by his wife and friend
J. C. Parsons. Uit remains were taken
to Chicago for Interment.
The John Kylo added only 201 tons
here, and goti 1000 itckt of corn in Lucas
Tho Tyrone brought in the largott trip
ol tobacco that has come out of Cumber
land river this season. Hho had 101 hogs
heads. She returned light last night.
The .Mary E, Forsyth returned from
Evansville to Slound City yesterday and
has laid up for a law daya. She found
freight plenty at Evantvllle, but for tomo
reason the shippers would not thip.
Tho Mary Ann paitud dowu with u
largo tow of Pitttburg coal.
The Uonry I'robaico had a good trip
and discharged largely here. j
The John A. Wood hat a large tow of
empty coal barges.
The Gon, Anderson passed by fur St
Loals with two loaded barges in tow.
James McGoe, second mate on the Illi
noli, quit hor yesterday, and accepted a
like position on the Gon. Anderson
The Arkansas Belle did not arrive until
yesterday morning, having been detained
by a large way business. She bad about
60 tons for reshipxont.
The Sam Brown came In from St. Louis
with several barges in tow.
The City of Vicksbura; bad a fair mini
ber of peoplo, but very little freight.
Tho Dolle Slumphls bad a good trip of
freight and peoplo, and addod very li'.tle
Osiy KstUssMl ataak BsUItUac
avBpeoial aUsatica psua teortlen frosn sua u
beata algal or sUf
A T II K X K U M '
Great tiicoess of the talented young arllsl,
(iinn iifCiiraril.t nt Hitny
SL-TERB COM EI Y l COMPANY
Monday Evening, April II, Ia73.
"CHILD OF THE REGIMENT"
ERNESTINE, - - K VTIE I'LT.VAM
Aud the two act comedy nf
EiT"Change or Dili every night.
Reserved seats at Hartman's.
WILLIAM J. Al-LEsV,
ATTOHNEY AT LAW
Offlce over First National bnnk. .1-!ii-3m
SAMUEL 1'. WHEKLEK,
ATTORNEY & CflUXSELOR AT LAW
OIBce over First National bank. s.IMm
GKEKN & GILitEKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
Williain U (Mlerl,
aWHpecia. stltntioa gii.io
la Admlialtr asu
orTioi onio LvxE,aonMs 7 ad 8 ovhk
OITT SIATIOMAL HAKE.
CAIRO CITY COAL
to sopnlf nuili
n.er with tli
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
ORDERS left at Hallldav Rros. ntQei..
St. Chariot liotel. will receive prompt attci
tlon. The Tco "Montauk" will brlug cot
fill 1 1 AH y...IV...l 1... . .
lannKtioe io steamers at any aour,
l'AUKKU & iiLAKK,
WALL PAPER. PAINTS,
Pattjr, BbkIuc, t.Hwillati,
WIM-DO-W 3-Ti A S1G.
Aa.l the ottshrstej illumlnstln,!
BOM'v-oawiinoo 11th m. .0011
Oauo .... 1.
WHOLES ALE. AND RETAIL
3STO. 74 OHIO LluVlB
llctuil and iWripiub
VotMr Washington yve
and Eighth stuet.
Ar HARCLAY BROS.
or .suRK 'IIIROAT,
ii'l Dlslnfeclauts for Stables
At RARCLAY BROS.
" VOI'NG AMERICA,
And "l'iilv?rslt Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
I ELECTION NOTIOK.
' . 'iW",' !' ,,rr,,;Jr sjvi-n that on Tuesday,
tho l.Mh d.iv ol Apitl. A. If, lmTS, a general
election will he held In the city ot Cairo
A xunder tfoiiiity. Mat., ol Illinois, fol tho
eleetlon or the following named municipal
o leer., to-w it: A mayor, a city council, a
, cits clerk, a city attorney, a rilv trurer
.and a police III aglilrat: each or the Ave (.'il
I vl lt' whlrh Ihe clly is now divided lw
' 'n-' entitled to the election or two (J) alder
I or th. punM.e. or stild election, polls
will I..: opmiedflt tho following named Ida
ceM-.-wlt: In the Fllst vvardat the com
i mis. on liousss ,,r E. F. DaVis. E.1., on Ihe
, south aide or Sixth () street, between Lorn
uicrelal and ahlngtnn avenues; Id theisec.
j ond ward, at Ihe Rough and Ready engluu
, houso on Ibu eat side of Washiagton avnue
between rtevenlh and Wghth streets; In tho
I bird ward, at the Hibernian engine-bouse
,on IhlrteeuUi ttrcct between ComiiiercUl
avenue and Poplar street; In the Fourth
) wanl, tt the court-bouse, and In the Fifth
, ward, at Sirs. Sullivan's house on the nortb
Wrat corner nf efitni.,.i.i
By oriUr of the city council,
r . M' J' "OWI.EV, City clerk.
John M. Lanhdkm, Slayor.
LalKO, Ills., Starch 12. Ii73-ld
1 All. BOAT.
Dick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) si
3p.m ror freight opassage apply on boat or
Jst. SUI.LOKY, Ag't.
M HS. McGEK,
Oo Klut.thHtrfl.UmuCommarclslaoJ Wsth
o,(tou Atenims. It Jallr rotlivi
NEW MILLINERY QOODS
LATEkT SPniNO AMD sUMWfK STTLBt
llil a lull line of
BOiTXTltJ'X'S & HAT8
ITrimiiieil anl QotrumiKxt,'
?hC.NCIl n.OWKIW. RIHHONd, TRLHHI.MH
of all kind., Uet, !., (te,
Ar. i all othtrarticlea utnally lounil to a
FIRST-CLASS MILLINERY STORE
S1M l. .!..
In addition to her wtock of
Fancy and MlUlnerr Oood. h
as a fine and
S i 'sh,r'lur-,1.l.,or Ulnclnnatl Custom
dren Hoots, lilack und in Colors. These
v; i .i ,,e,,KK,i lo "e tno fluest and best
housn thu city that makes them a specialty.
W HOOT AND 8I10K STOKE
AttlieNlgra uft.be BED BOtVr,
Counuk ur Seventh Stbket a.nd Was.
Where I Invito nil the ultfzena of Cairo
aud Mirroundlug country to call and see If
thoy cannot save money, as I will sell very
low. I have adopted tho old tnotto, "The
Nimble Penny Is lletter than the Slow Six
pence." S. S. MAT6ON.
OBI LlTII Catm, Iu,