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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1873
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LOCAL WEATHER HE PORT.
U. S. Sin. Skx., Obskwsr's onric.
Cairo, April It, li',3, 10:11 p.m. J
Themseter W degrees.
Wll-uthwet, velocity lmllet perbour,
Weather, heavy rain.
Muttaura temperature last 21 bourn, t
t p'm., 73 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 24 hour, it
4 a. ., M degrees.
Prevailing wind last 21 hour, outb.
Total number or miles wind travelled, last
M hour, 233.
David TV. fUnxrrr. Obterver.
. FOR MAYOR.
We are authorized to announce' John
Wood as candidate for mayor at ttie en
suing municipal election.
To ttib Votrm or Cairo; Having been
solicited by my friends that voted for me
list Tear for maror, and by many tbat were
ojipofd to me, to again become a candidate
Kill year lor tint position, In reply would
'aay, after mature deliberation, I bave come
to the conclatlon to present tny name again
beforo a discriminating public for that office,
promising, It elected, to give all the atten,
tlon necessary to the cltv'i welfare, br iee.
lug that ei ery city offlccr, frotr the highest
down to the lowest, perform tfaclr duties
faithfully and honestly ; alto that all orJI
oauces that tend to the preservation of law
and order shall be strictly enforced ; further
more I shall use ray Influence with the mem
bers ol the city council to curb monopolies,
o that tli rights of the private citizen are
sot, nor shall not, be invaded er encroached
upon. Respectfully, liEjeur Winter.
W are authorized to announce James
Swayne a? a candlda e for mayor at the
fcpproacblng municipal election.
ron city attorney.
We are authorized to announce II. Wat
ton Webb at a candidate for the office of
city attorney at the approaching municipal
FOR CITY TREASURER.
We art authorized to announce Mr. James
A. Phlllii a candidate for the office of city
treasurer, at the ensuing municipal election.
We are authorized to announce that Bob't
A. Cunningham will be a candidate for re
election to the office of city treasurer, at the
ensuing municipal election.
FOR CITY CLERK.
We are authorized to announce 11. Given
Iiagey a a candidate for city clerk.
We are authorized to announce W. F.
Malone as a candidate for city clerk at th
approaching city election.
We are authorized to announce Michael
J. Uowley as a candidate lor re-clectlon for
the office of city clerk, at the ensuing mu
Keixow-Citizes of Cairo-. I am a
candidate for election to the office of city
clerk, aubject to your will, expreaved
through the ballot-box on Tuesday next.
Yours, respectfully, Casm:k Yost.
rou roLiCK magistrate.
At the request ol many citizens, I be
leave to announce myself as a candidate for
the office of police magistrate. J. J. Bird.
We are authorized to announce Mr.
Joeph McKenzIe at a candidate for elec
tion tbe'offlce of police majUtrate at.the
ensuing municipal election.
We are authorized to announce Mr. James
Jtyau a candidate for the office of police
nuigiiu-ata at the enulng municipal elec
tion. We are authorized to announce William
F. Pitcher as a candidate for the office ol
police malsirate, at the ensuing municipal
Fkllow-Citizess of Catuo : 1 am a
candidate .or re-election to the office of po
lice magistrate. Four year ago I did not
believe It was possible I should live to ask
office again at your bands, but having In a
great measure recovered my health, and
needing the income the poiltiuu aflords, I
again appear before you lu the capacity ol a
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support. 11. SlUNNEsSY.
To tdeIVoters or the Second Ward
or Cairo: Hitherto I bave bad no inclina
tion to be a candidate lor re-election to the
office ot alderman ol the Second ward, but
percehiug, this evening, my name for that
position has, without my knowledge, been
nlaeed linon all the tickets tbat have fallen
Jfe under my observation, I feel It due to mysel
and Irlends to yield to this flattering par-
t'.tlallty which tbey bave manifested towards
sue, and accordingly I hereby announce
i mytelt a candidate tor tbat office, promising
you that, It elected, 1 will as heretofore, do
whatever I may be ahle when repreientloK
you in tbe city council, to promote the ma
terial and beat lutertsu of Calio.
CaIro, April 14, ls73.
lT4 er jnithnrii! In onnrjinM. VC l".
9A. Carey a alderuian for the First ward.
we are autuonzeu to announce vr. u
Morris as a candidate for aldermau Irom Ihe
We are authorized to announce John Mc
Ewen as a candidate lor Alderman In tbe
ll'e are authorized to anuounc F
Konemcyer as a candidate ' tor alderman
trum the Third ward.
We are authorized to
the name of Hiram Blxby
man In the First ward.
We are authorized to announce John II
ritobinoa as a candidate lor alJerman from
tie Fifth ward.
S'i i c arv uiiauiixvu 10 IIIUUUUCQ u
roiev aa a cauuiiuio lor Aiaeruiia in at
: Fourtl ward.
We are authorized to announce J. B. Cun
nlu&uara as a candidate for alderman in tbe
k First ward, ,
By authority we announce thai M. J. Mc-
s.niitf.v win ..a m rinin iir ifir .rmin
; from the Fourth wird at the annroachlnir
Fifty tboutand envelopes hut recehedat
Envelopes furnished and printed at the
V.... . i ftl i.Sh .w.. ,1 1
kx t4ek man, Mid to have the tmall-pox,
The ple to bur1! PPr 'u1 w'D(5ollr
aivth Mut. nniMiuu svin
itjr McH, where yo eta uy eneaptr.
-1 . i . t II SbiB. SJ
ytB wmf f nn tm mmw - - ' -
Just received and for sale, 1W bbls Hawl's
jenneit apples. Coffey, pace Co.
Stuart A Qbolson have removed to the
store formerly occupied by Ilium A Aunon
on Eighth street.
Yesterday In the 'Sun' and this morning In
The Hulletin, IJr. Smith announced his
withdrawal at a candidate for mayor.
Hon. II. lton n'ebb Is treating tils resi
dence to a new coat of paint. H'ben finished
it will present a handsome appearance.
There was a special meeting tt the city
council lat night. The proceedings will bo
published in Thursday morning's paper.
In another column appears the correspon
dence between citizens of Cairo and Ml
Katie Putnam, rrlathe to a benctlt for the
The caue ol the tiro alarm last night ns
caused by the explosion ot a kerosene lamp
In the Job office of Mr. Bowen. No damage
was dono by the explosion.
Judge Brois Is In Chicago, aitendlntr to
business In connection with the grand
lodge of Odd-Fellows of the atate of Illinois
of which he is grand mater.
'. M. Ward is now pi spared to dells er the
best ol sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the city. AIo all km liofwood and
coal always on hand. 8-25 tf.
Excitement over the election ran high yes
terday. The Irlends of the various candi
dates were as busy a be, ami clyar ami
"the drinks'' were set up freely.
The municipal election takes plac te-day.
Our citizens bave an opportunity of electing
as mayor a roan of known Integrity, ability
and Industry a man ol the people, tho citi
zens' candidate. Col. Wood.
Business In the police court was not live
ly yesterday. Ono or two cases ol "plain
drunk." and the lining of one man lor right
ing constituted the biHnes of Die day.
His Honor Judge Shanney presided.
Circuit court Is still In session, and will
probably get through with the criminal
docket during the next two or three days,
when the civil docket will be taken up and
disposed of as soon as po-lb.
Mr. Henry Winter Is the nominee of no
bodyhe Is running on his own hook, and
In opposition to Col. Hood, who was nomi
nated by one of the largest gatherings ol
citizens ever assembled In Cairo for a lml
A regular convocation of Cairo
chapter No. 71 R, A. M., will be helu
at Masonic hall this (Tuesday) evening
at C o'clock. Visiting companions are cor
dially ImJted. F. Kojwikvkb, Sec'y,
Officers Whltcarop and Martin yesterdtr
arrested a negro lor stealing a pair of shoes
from the store of Mr.Slef kle, on Ohio levee.
A preliminary hearing of the case was pot-
poned for several days. In the meantime
the thief was confined In the county Jail.
The work of tearing up and putting down
the track of the Illinois Central railroad on
Ohio levee, is zoinz on with all noslble
haste. It will take tome time to comnlete
this change, but when done It will be of in
calculably valuable service to our levee bnsl
Mr. Hiram Bixby Is announced as a candi
date for alderman from the First ward. Mr.
Blxby is a live business man, a citizen
whose character Is above reproach and
whose energy Is unflagging. As an alder
man, he would work lor the good ol Cairo
Mr. Charles Mehncr has withdrawn from
Ihe contest for police magistrate, and so m-
forms his friends lu a card which we pub
lish In another place in this morning's Bul
letin. The contest lor police magistrate It
now narrowed down to Ilyan, Pitcher,
ebannessy, McKenzIe and Bud.
Be are the sola agent for the sale of Mu-
son's pure cider vinegar, made on his larm
t Cobdon, Illinois, put up In convenient
sized packages for family use, and every
pacVago warranted pure.
4-W tf. Coffey, Pace & Co.,
No. M Ohio Levee.
Tbe voters to-day should make a caretul
survey ot the Held and choose good candi
dates to vote for for aldermen. It Is highly
Important that there should be a good board
of aldermen, men who will be alive to the
Interests of the city, and capable of dealing
wisely with all iiuestloni which affect her
A large number of Mound City people will
be In attendance at the benefit of Min Katie
Putnam on B'edneday evening. A special
train has been chartered to convey them to
Cairo, and return them to Mound City the
same night. A letter to the management of
the troupe be-peaklng teats for the party
was received yesterday.
The wltbdraalof Dr. Smith as a candidate
for mayor, leaves tbrco gentlemen In tbe
field, Col. Wood, Mr. Swayne and Mr. Win
ter. It is generally admitted, eun by Mr
Swayne'a Irlends, tbat he has not developed
much strength, and, clover gentleman aud
good citizen at be Is, he stands very little
chance of being elected. The contest Is bc
tween Col. Wood and Mr. B'lntcr, and
voters must choose between thee two
which they desire to see placed In the most
important office in the city's gilt.
Mr, Alex. H. Irrin it announced lu this
morning's Bulletin at a candidate lor al
dennan irom the Second ward. Mr. Irs In is
well.known to the people of Cairo at an In
telllgent, honest and honorable citizen.
Should he be elected, as he most probably
will be, we bave great confidence tbat he
will take an active part in city affairs, and
In this as in every other capacity in which
ha lit! served tbe people, prose himself a
valuable public servant. He bat hosts o
Irlends, and esery one of them will be gratl
tied to hear of his election.
On Sunday morning, we Used our columns
ratnei extensively to ttate reasons why Mr,
Henry Winter ought not to be elected to the
mayoralty ol Cairo. These reasons were
neither inconsiderable in number no
weight. They might be urged with
much propriety to-day at on Sunday, but
having perpetuated them In prluters's ink
we consider It unnecessary to repeat them
or add many others, which could be done If
it were necessary. We propose to occupy
our columm this morning with reasous why
tbe election of Col Wood should be made
the object of our citizens to-day.
VALUABLE PKOl'JJKTY FOR SALE'
A UOOD BAUQA1N.
A rcry desirable summer resident, situ
ated in the town of Anna, Illinois, going by
the name of the "Farln property," Th
house bat tlx large rooms, good cistern
and suitable out-houses. This property Is
now offered tor sale at a bargain. Terms
csAh. Apply to C. Schick, Anna, III,
Or to N. M. Farlv, lUnkMWe, Ky.
The Bulletin and 'Sun,' the two dally
paper of this city, both advocate th' elec
tion of Col. John Wood for tnsyor. The
Gazette', woolly, Bro. Harrell's paper, has
taken no part, the shortness ol tho canvass
making this almost Impossible, but the fol
lowing good word for Col. Wood shows the
estimation In wblcb he Is held by the 'Ga
zette. The 'Sun' of last evening wrongly
credits the following to TDK BULLETIN !
Col. John Wood Is the citizens' candidate
for mayor, and the enthusiasm his nomina
tion elicited showed that ho has a strong
hold upon the confidence ol ourcomraunit.
He Is a man of decided character, and
promises. II elected, to dcote his best ener
tries to the advancement of thr public good. ,
Wo l.ellee, If elected, he wilt redeem bis 1
promise. Uazeite. i
I,.,,, ii..,,-. J v'.. in.!
I.DITOIl BULLETIN ou will pleao an ,
nounco that I am no longer a candidate for
the office of tm ce maz strata. To ibo.i.
friends who have generously worked foe me
during the time of my candidacy, I sh to
return mv sincere thanks, and assure them 1 1
shall eer be gmtclul for their effort, lu tnv !
Cairo, April 14, 173.
In order to prevent misunderstanding,
please announce that I am not s candidate
for alderman. Should I even bo Heeled, 1
could not possibly spare the time necessary
to the proper discharge of the dutie s of the
i .VI" V'.r 1 "; m" 10 my !
io siiu .ui: lhiuiic, riii torceu 10 peremp
torily decline having my name usd In con
nectlon wltli the olllfi'.
llespectfnlly, Jon.v ). H'srma.v.
April li, 173.
Cairo, April 14, 147.1.
Ki.i Ton A rumor has been clrcii-
lated on tbe street that I bad withdrawn
Irom the contest for tho ofllce of police mag
istratc. SjcIiIs not the f.ict. I made every
exertion to rtduee the candidates to two,
but failing In that I am .till n candidate, and
will use all honorable exertions to be
elected, and will be thankful to my Irlends
for any a-litance they may render.
CHANGE OF PKOPIUKTOItS.
Messrs. Sleagala and Lane have purchased
Irom Mr. Michael Coyne the Crystal saloon,
and lll hereafter conduct the business of
that establishment In tirst-class strie. Thev
are both clever gentlemen, and thoroughly I
.,.i-..,.i .I., ...v, .. ' '
wT.-ulUe uu.-.uftsin a,eu wiey arc
enpaged. t-lb It. '
HEAL ESTATE FOIt SALE. I
I will sell lot numbered 12 in Mock 43, tirst ,
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. Mr
house now standlnvon siidlot will be moved.
leaving a nood brick cellnr, cistern aud out-'
bou;s. For particulars eniutro at my shop
on Twentieth -treet. WM. KULr.it.
OAIltO AND VINCESNEa BAIROAD. j
Trains now leave Calio and Mound City as
follows : ' '
Leave Cairo. Leave Mound Citv.
7:45 a.m. 7:10a.m. '
li m. l:iip.ui.
I:15 p.m. 0:4U
Ciias. 0. Wood, Gcn'l Ticket Ag't.
Mr. Anna Lang on Elghthstrcct, between
Commercial aud Washington avenues, baa
just opened out a stock of uew and fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and tlfty dlflercut ttylesof hats aud bonnets,
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, How-
r and notions ot all sorts, nil ol which wil
be sold at the lowest prices.
ICE CitEAM SALOON.
As warm weather i approaching the
lovers ot ice cream will be glad to learn that
Mesr. SaupA Clarkon have tilted up aud
refurnished, In elegant style, their Ice cream
parlors. Their mammoth soda fountain ha
l-o been put In running order, and nothing
I. wanting about the tstabll.hmcnt to make
the pleasure aud comfort of their patrons
complete. 4-15-tf I
UEMOVAL OF A DUY GOOD AND
Cl.O THING ESTABLISHMENT.
Messrs. Bluin Jc Amson would respectfully
Inform tbe puullc that tbey will remove their
stock of general merchandise from Eighth
street to the store room No. 142, Coimnercla
avenue, one door above Elliott J: Hay thorn's,
and will, on Monday April 14, be prepared to
display at their new place of Vutltie-s a very
large and well-astorted stock of dry goods,
clothing, etc., to which they Invite all their
old cu.tomcrs and many new ones, to call
aud examine for themselves. 4-11-Ct
Days of wrath I Every "male monster''
blessed with a wife and n borne, knows full
wclljust howmuch the boasted superiority
el his sex amounts to on house-cleaning
days, when lovely woman having re
pented that she ever married man, proceeds
to destroy blm from on the face of his own
premises by means of an Impromptu deluge.
This Is nothing more than the legitimate re
sult of man's own obstinacy. Had he
heeded the voice ol reason and used the
Averlll Chemical paint, the smooth, glossy
surface obtained would have reudered Inun
dation, unnecessary, and housccleanlng
would only be a pleasant recreation, like
the cultivation ol flowers. The A. C. P.
covers one-third more surface, and stays on
twice at long as any lead paint. Call lor the
genuine article, mixed and ready for use In
all colon, atN. E. Way A Co.'s, Sixth street,
between Washington and Commercial
FHLTr FAHM AND G AIIDE.V SPOT.
The noith part of section 15, T 16, south
range 1 wet, In Pulaski county, one mile
north ot Mounds' Junction, two miles south
ol Villa Bidge, and four miles northwest ol
Mnnnil Pitv. rfintslnlnv ,ItIi.(1va .....
Mounu uiy, containing sixty-uve acres.
lorty.flve of which Is improved and under
lence, with a stream ol spring water running
through the same.
1,'pon the premises Is a now frame house,
built the past year, and four tenement
houses. Also fruit trees ol every variety,
many in bearing, and a vineyard ot eoovlnss
In full bearing.
The above premise is one ot tbe most de
slrabla (or gardening purposes In Southern
Illinois. Title perfect. Apply to
4-lMt Wm. F. Pitcher,
DUT GOODS HEMOVAL.
Stuart A Ghol-on will open business In the
store lately occupied by Blum & Awison, on
Eighth street, on Monday, April 14, upon
which occasion they will show an entirely
new line of spring and summer goods,
among whlcn many special bargains will be
lound. To our old customers, and to all
who may favor us with their patronage, we
promise the lowest price made by any bouse
in this mirkeu Our one price cash system
will be strictly maintained.
4-11-St SlUAUT AOUOIION.
THE CITIZENS' CANDIDATE.
Col. Wood, the citizens' candidate for
mayor, Is a gentleman well-known to the
people or thla ctiy, to the business men an
laborers of every class. With all theso, bl,
reputation, In whatever light It may be re
garded, has always been of the highest.
It would be difficult to llnd a citizen ol
Cairo who would be willing te aeert that he
beliefs ".otherwise than that Col. Wood, If
elected to the mayoralty, would not work
steadily for the prosperity of Cairo; use all
hla ability to further all schemes for her ad-
! vaucemeut; throw all his Influence In the ill-
. t .. .t.l.r.,1 .l,..n-ania nf 111 Ntt'a
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enur to the city an administration
In which economy would walk hsnd In
haml w'11' " JuJlclou' eiP,lJlture of ,u'
city's money for the city's bcnelit.
' . . ,., , ., . (
Th,;re ' n(,t a K001' f ,,"n, of t,'ro bo
uv" "ul ,av "Ju" """ !
In her present prosperity, and In her aured
advancement In the future. Whether her
K0,,nameU ,0 be Pr"erT,cJ ,0 ''"'
prosperity to continue uolnteruptid,
her flattering prosperity be brought to a
more speedy realization, depends to a great
extent on the man who Is placed at the head
ol our city government lor the next few
years. We believe Col. Wood Is the man
who will, conscientiously to hlni'ell And sat
isfactorily to the people, fulfil the trust con
fided to him, II elected to-day. We charge
the voters of Cairo, as a duty they owo to
thetnsehe. as citizens, as
a duty they owe
i to their families, as a duty thy owe to so
ciety, for the welfare of which each man Is
responsible, to vote (or Col. Wood, the citi
zens" candidate for mayor.
' TESTIMONIAL 1IKN.F1T.
' Cairo. HI., April H, l?73.
I Miss Katie Putnam: Understanding
that jour present season among your obi
friends will terminate on Wednesday
ing, April Irt, we are desirous ol proving to
ou our admiration nt your ability u- an
artiste lu the profession you have selected
and so Justly adorn, and our high estimate of
your private and social worth as a Udy, by
tendering to you a benefit, to Uko place on
Wednesday cning, April 10, 1573, your
f.irewt ll night, which we will endeavor to
make a substantial token ol our esteem and
rugard. Soliciting an early answer wo re
main, ino-t respoctlully,
I A B Safford.
C W Dunning."
I A It lrvln.
Jas A Phillis,
B F Llvlng..n.
Chas It Ilurd,
Milt K Gilbert,
John O Harman,
II T irarner.
F D ltexlord,
Chas M Howe.
Thos II Powers,
0 It ll'uodward.
A A ArlcV.
Paul f! chub,
BOX Oi l ICE ATIIENEUM. I
Cairo, April 10, 1S73. J
To A. It. Saifbrd. Dr. C. W. Dunning. Alex.
II. In In, II. Halllday and manr others:
Gentlemen Your very kind and flatter
ing note tendering me a "testimonial fare
well benefit, to take place on Wednesday
next, April 10, 1S7J," came duly to hand,
and Is most gratefully accepted. Coming
as it does frnn so many of my friends, old
aud new, allow me to thank you most
kindly for the very flattering enconlums ex
pressed therein, and rest assured, gentlemen.
It will be the endeavor of my Ufa to merit
them. Wherever I may go I shall catry with
me many, many happy recollection! of the
kindness received at your bands.
I am. gentlemen, your mcit obedient serv
ant. Katie Putnam.
Steamer St Soteph, St Louii
" Grand Tower, Memphis
" Pat Bogers, Memphis
" E II Durfee, Pittsburg
" J II Bigley, N Orleans
41 Glasgow, Hickman
" Cam itobertt, St Louis
" Mountain Oak, Mines
" Capitol City, Vicksburg
Glencoe, IS Orleans
Belfas't, N Orleans
II A Babbage, Paducah.
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamer Sv Joseph, Memphla
" Grand Tower, fit. Louis
" Sam Brown, Pittsburg
' Idlewild, EvantTilU
Pat Kogers, Cincinnati
" 11 Durfee, St. Louis
J 11 Bigley, Pittsburg
11 Mountain Oak, coal mines
Capitol City, St. Louis
" Glencoe, St. Louis
' Belfast, St. Louis
condition or tub rivers.
Here the Ohio commenced falling Sun
day, and is now going down at a fair rat.
Tho Mississippi was falling yesterday.
Whlto river haa risen ovar fifty feet, an
has played havoo with a town or two.
Special dispatches to Tue Bulletin
report the condition of th riven at vari
business and weather.
Business was mlddllngbriskcosstdering
yeitorday was Monday which is always
tbe dullest of tbe week. Tb atmospbar
wat rather Inclined to b a little warm yes
terday, and toward night it commenced
Th Bob Lee paned up Sunday flying
light and will probably stop at EvaniTllle
for a load.
Th Pat Rogers had 1149 bales of cot
ton for Cincinnati.
Tbe J. H. Bigloy bad a tow of empty
barges for Pittsburg.
The Babbag took a tow of Ice to Pad u
cah and returnod and will take sorat kind
f a tow to St' Louis.
Th Capitol City pasted up light, and
bad "nary a coon skin,"
Bob Baxter resigned hit position as re
ceiT,n cerk on Pallp, whirfbo.t, and
left for St. Louli on the Grand Tower,
Tbe St. Joseph bad a good trip for Mem
phis and way points. We were told tbat
Captain Grays Sne watch which bangs in
front of the office will toon be taken from
the public gaxo and placed on tbe "top
The Glencoe and Belfast bad only mod-
i erate trips of freight, but plenty of rat-
PHIL. HOW AUD,
Otty WaUcsassl BJtk sU!lst.
still asuatio paid t otters trosa sua
Price Cuibiht Offici. 1
Cairo, Monday April 14, 1871.
Tb general leaturos of tbe market re
main, unchanged. Stocks are heavy in
corn, flour and meal, and the demand very
light. Receipt of oats are inadequate to
supply the demand, and prices are firm at
quotations. Corn It weak. Choice tim
othy bay would sell at an advance over
last week's quotation!. Choice butter It in
active demand with no receipts
Owing to Its carcily price on
strictly cholco have advanced to
85c. Kggs are plenty, dull and declining,
lilc to-dy m,y i9 qotei M R(1 0Ut,d8
figure. Freight! are steady and sin
changed. Our report of tales are made up from
actual transactions on 'Change, and may
be rolled on as showing tb oorrect condi
tion ef the market A large amount of !
grain and produce hat been told outsHe.i f
which we bav no report.
the mareit. ,
JCorrtpoidnt should btar in '
mind tbat our quotation represent prices '
for round lot from flrtt hand, unleit '
aberwlt ttatoi, and that in filling small '
orders higher prictt mutt be paid4f j
FLOUK Tb. market continues dull
and inactive. Nothing to speak of doing,
except in tmnll, irregular lots; and for tb
small local trado. Sales embrace 100 bblt
winter wheat 17 60; 100 bblt choice do
$3 85; 75 bblt A'X $-5 7fi; 100 bblt good
X ??J?t6. bbls low XXX 'J5; 60 bbls low
super 4 50; 10) bbla XXX X winter
3 21 and. 100 bbls good XXX on p.t.
HAY No choice hay arrives. There
wat considerable enquiry for cholco timo
thy to-day and none offered. 'We n it an
advance in price, choice tnixod quoted at
117, and choice timothy 20. Sales of 1
car "gilt eJge" timothy delivered $30; 'J
cars primo timothy del $1 and 1 car choice
mixd del J17.
COllN Market well supplied with all
kinds and very quiet, white especially
dull. Receipts are large and stocks .:
accumulating. Price are wvaker but un
changed. Jjale 7 cars mixed in burlaps
del 44QI5e 4 car whlto in burlapa del 47r;
car whlto In b-jlk on track
33c; i cars mixed in bulk on track 3.5c; 1
5 cars mixed in sacks del 44c; and 3 cars
mixed del In small lots 45.
OATS Demand very aetlvo and oiler-
ingt small. Prices ate irm at quotations.
Salet 6 cart mixed in sacks del 3Cc.
CORN MEAL-Very heavy ttockt In
bandt of dealer and nothing doing outside
the Jobbing trade. Buyers and tollers
apart on 'Change, and we ha. no Irani-
actioRi toreport. Buyers will not goabove
f22 05, while sollers are Arm at 2 25
and receipts all ttored.
BUTTER Receipts of choice butter
fall far short of tbe demand and price are
firm and higher. "Gilt edge" I quoted to
day at 35c; would find ready sale at 30
83c; common and ordinary plenty and
EGGS Plenty, dull and declining.
Offerings to-day at 16c found no buyers.
Lent being over and warm weather setting
in tbe demand will fall off and prices will
go lower. 13c by the package may be
considered as tbe outside figure to-day.
CHICKENS Plenty and dull; cholco
mixed go oS slow at 3 60, and fl for
APPLES-Dul). Choice red applet
are scarce and selling at $4t 60 9 bbl.
Choice Qenatlns 3 and choice Ben Davis
$3 S0Q4. Dried peaches and applet are
dull at &6Jc.
POTATOES The market it over
stocked and no demand; quoted nominally
at f 1 902 per bbl.
PROVISIOXS-Very dull. Supply
only moderate and prics though weak
are unchanged. "We quote, nominally:
Bacon (boulders packed at 77q clear
slds packed 9l0c; plain country cured
bams ill2c, plain sugar cured do
12l3c; lard in tierces In kegt
v(2iuc; pork 17 per barrel.
HAMS Sugar cured oanvattd, le
loU at 14016c.
SUGAR. Active and telliag 2c for
cofte A ; 1414c fer crushed, sewder4
TEAS. Imprial, Ifl 36; Gunpow
der, 7J1 25 ; Oolong black, TS091 ;
Young Hyson, $11 40.
CHEESE. Good demand ; New fork
factory V R 16l7e.
BYRUPS Th demand Is fair for
choice at 60oSl V gal and J(w Orleans
PLASTERING LIAIB.-86e bushel.
LIME. In lots f 1 25 to 1 60 V bkl.
CEMENT, At wioletal V$1 10 V
COAL OIL. 2Q27e.
GUNNIES.-Re-sewed bushels Ui
I bushels 20s.
BURLAPS. 2J butbelt corn, m
do 10 ox 16c; 4 butbelt Oats 30c; I
buthtlt 21c; 6 butbd 2'.'e.
BEESWAX.-V n JOo.
SOAP. Schaefler' Otrtaaa mottled
Tjq Champaign soap, 7Jc.
TALLOW, V lb 7c.
COPFBE-Scara. Java selling at
80J2c; Laguayra 2l(35c; Rie. prima to
BROOMS. Dull; commoa houe sell
at f 1 30 ; choice and extra eaeic S(fr
3 75 ; tttimboat f 4 606 09.
FREIGHT Cotton, compmsed, te
New York, 85c; te Bottea, tl. Un
compreued, to New York, fl It; to Bo
RATES To New Orlesas and ThVu
burg: Potatoes, apples, ate, 40c; pork
$1; pound freights JOo p? owl; key
T 60 per ton; wnitkey tl 0 per bbL
TO MKMPHIS-Plour, ate StM perlbl;
peund freights IT) per owl; hay 00 ft
Un whiskey 10 per bbl; perk 4c per
A neat cottage and two lots, located on
tbe corner ol Division itrect and Washing
ton avenue. For terms, etc., enquire at tbe
corner ot Fifteenth street and Commercial
avenue of T, O'Callaiian.
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Last nlht but one of the talented )ounf
Queen ofComfdr sb4 Mf lair
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 14, 107P,
When she will appear in her jrcat rendi
tion ot L
F1SUU0X, KATIE PLT.NAM
Act 1 Home of the twins. Fadet the
witch. The great shadow dance.
Act 2 Tbe festival of M. Andoche.
Act 3 The witch of Cosse.
Act 4 Tbe Ignis Fatuus.
Act 5 A year later, and happy denoii
meut. WEDNESDAY EVENING
L.ViT AlTEAHANCE OF KATIE Pl'TSAU
tarChange of BUI every night.
Belerved seat at IJartman's.
Oo Eighth BtrMt, btween Commsrclal ao4 Wssh
Dgton ATcurs, Is tUlly rrcrlsUi
NEW MILLINERY GOODS
LAT1ST SrKlSO AXIJ sL'MMKR lTTLK
HttWf t lull llox of
BOirasrsars & hats
ITrisnraiul and ontrrnim !,)
rur.Nca flowers, ribbu.i it, tkimminiis
of all kinds. Laces, etc., te.
Mrs. Men has also a larjt tonmsi
Fuoy Article, such aa
NECK Tl.X CrLLABS. UNflKhf LIEVKH,
KUKKH. BASHES, KAMI,,
And all other articles usually lound la a
FIR3T-CLAS3 MILLINERY STORE
Mr. McUee. in addition to her stock ol
Fancy and Millinery Goods, has a tine and
Complete assortment of Cincinnati Custom
made Ladies' imd Misses' Shoes and Chil
dren' Boots, Black and in Color. The
areacknowledged t be the finest and best
ever in the market, and this It the only
bouse the city that make them a specialty.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over First National bank. 3-lC-3m
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Flrtt National bank. 3-IJJiu
GREEN & GILHERT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
sTilliam H.Ureea, -
)ceia. atUntioB 1tb i Admi..i.
Off 101 OBIO LBTBB.BO01U 7 ABB 4 OTBB
OITT VATIOVAL BABK.
74: OHIO Ll-VJUIT
J'ctail aid 1'refcnj lion
Corner Washington Ae
aud Eighth street.
Of thamols and rabbit LIn.
for Vteak lungs.
Al BARCLAY BHDS.
Vpird and sold
i UAKOLAY llROf,
An t lsnfrctant lor Stable
At BARCLAY BROS.
And "L'nlversil 8taBdarlt.,
At BARCLAY BROS.
Notice Ic berthv slven thit on Tn,l.
the 1Mb day ol April. A. D. 1873, a general
election will be held In tbe city of Cairo,
Alexander county. Htate ol Illinois, f.t thu
1 fclectlon of the lollowlng named municipal
t officers, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a
j city cl'rk, a city attorney, a city treasurer
and a police magistrate: each of tbe lis (6)
I wards Into which the city ts now divided be
ing entitled to the election of two (i) alder
' For the purposes of M1 election, polls
, will be opened at the following named pla
, ces, to-wit: In th First ward, at the com
I mission bouse or E.F. Davit, Esq., on the
south slile of sixth (9) street, between Com
I mercial and Washington avenue; In the Sec
I ond ward, at the Itouirh mil lmilr snrln.
house on the east side of Washington avenue
between Sesenth and Eighth streets; in the
Third ward, at tbe Hibernian engine-house
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
avenue and Poplar street; in tbe Fourth
ward, at the court-bouse, and In the Fiftii
ward, at Mr. Sullivan' bout on tbe north,
west corner of Commercial avenue and
By order of the city council.
. M. J. IWlbv, City clerk.
Join M. Unsdkn, Mayor.
CaIko, Ills., March 12, lt)T3-td
'72. FALL AND WINTER 73
C. HAN NY.
KIKJCST JIAHS, FXTEA,
LARGE STOCK OF OAR1-STING
to BtaUr sit
VKRY LOW VIOUBIS.
coairn 8th it.'aho oommiboal-at-
Te i!idi4 luuitr
Dice Fowlib, CpUla
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
p.ra tor freight opusag apply on boat or
Jf Ja. Malloby, Ag 't.
boat sxozexis V
Oai Lbtbb . Oaibo, III
UQftnt St., Bt. Com. A vTAa
X CAJIO, UUtOHA