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THE CAIRO DAILY BULLBT.'Nj FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1874.
OflcUl raptrol f tie CIO onil Conuiy
.JOHN IL OBKIILV, Editor wit l'uullshor
TKHM8 OFTHlclLV UULLKTIN
On. week, fey, carrier,... . J
Ob tmt ty'atiftor If tot paid In
a Hoe Ik, by BiatI 100
On jm 10 00
(fSKUSOr VKtKLY tlULLSTIK.
Three Month w
Invariably In advance.
Hfiimg mntlrr on rvcrr iinire.
: Tn drivrmr of Iho fourth crand lot
tery of Iho Kentucky public library will
Uko pltco next Tuesday.
Uiohoe ALrnsi) Tow.nsk.si, tho Chi
cgo 'Tribune's' Washington correspond
ent "Gatb," ia at work upon n lifo of Mr.
Siimnor, and has takon out tho copyright
TitB Missouri housa of reproaontttlvoj,
bjavote of eighty yens to twenty-!
nay i, has votod to adjourn sine diV Mon
day next. But the Illinois legislature
TOITrfXteTER-OKNEKAL UlltSSWELL hdl
uked tho homo appropriation commlttco
for flvo hundred thousand dollitrs for the
plirpose of ropairirig and improving the
present post offico building.
. Tut 'Aitr.niv.v,' n Gorman nowsptper,
congratulates tho pcoplo of Illinois on tho
defeat of tho compulsory education bill,
nnd promises to publish tho names of nil
mention of tho lcgialnturo who voted in
favor of H, "to that iU readers in Illinois
will hato a guide to direct them in tho
.A s'rKcfAL dispatch from Washington
to the St. Louis 'iiepitblican' of yoslorday
It is so longor any secret that tho presi
dent Is deoply disgusted with tho manner
in which tho Indian commissioners have
manipulated -that huroau, and he is in
hearty sympathy with tho object of thu
investigation now being1 hold by tho
llouse committee on Indian nflain. Ho
has held all the time that tho (Junker
policy as a philanthropic oxpcrlmont, was
entitled to a fair trial, nnd for this reason
hai thus far austainod tho board against
the remonstrances of many of his most
trusted advisers, as well as against tho ex
posures of tho press. But ho it now satis
tied that the managmont of tho board
has been very lad, to put it mildly, and
haaatbout concluded to advocate a change
in the system.
Tux ladies of Murpbysboro havo taken
a very sensible step upon tho liquor ques
tion. The saloons of that placo havo
not paid much attention to the provisions
of the state liquor law. Thcy havo not
been required to give tho bond required
by the law, have continued to sell to
minors and habitual drunkards, nnd in
all respects, havo carried on their
business In tho same manner us
before the law wont into force. Tho
women ot the town and vicinity have pro"
sented a petition to tho common council,
praying that body to tho extent of lt
power, to ioo that tho provisions of
the law regulating tho sale of Intoxlcat
lng liquor aro substantially onforced,
that the saloon-keepers giro tho bond rc
qlured of them by law, that tho statute
prohibiting the salo of liquors during
Sunday shall ba observed, and that nil
other provisions cf the law, heretofore
violated, shall Lo obeyed. Wo commend
the good sense of the women of Murphy
bore. It I now very uetorallv conceded
that the state liquor law is ngood one. It
has met with such gonoral approval
, throughout tho stato that its op posers have
ceased to quarrel with its existence, ovents
, having proved that attompts to broak
1 it down are uteloes. It was passod mainly
tho greatest autfsrers from tho evils of
, drunkeneis. Tbero can bo no possiblo
s objection to women all over tho state,
i usint; all womanly endeavors to mako it
i Hying law instead of a. dead letter.
' Though there may be good reasons why
women should not pray in saloons, thero
can be none why they should
not pray to those who ham llm
j power to make tho liquqr law tho
practical benefit It was intenJcd to bo, to
J do so.' "Wore It strictly enforced, somo of
4 the ciuiosjwhioh conspired to briug ou tho
I temperance; war would bnvo no exist-
Vwuintrloii Cor. or Courier-Journal.
"With the arrival of Minister Knlinuxk
Is revived the rumor; in snlto of the cen-
1 I '...., '. rf.nl.1i .1, V. .. I . . .
take u seat in the Cabinet. Of course it
doesn't make any dlfl'oronco which scat it
is, at it is supposed be is as fit for one as
another, or equally qualified for Ml, Mr.
Hchenck, is armed witu a 'ortj.pnKo lutur
from Ula'datbno, expressive ot the high
honor and consideration with which be
regards tUU eminent American diplomat,
who i o frank in speech nnd mannnr.
that if he ever deceives any one It Is by
.belr'doubtlng,that what Is so transparent
ilhal "to who runs may read ' is assumed
o pover aowethlng daik nnd deep.
M . n a v 1 us that Kerrrifapv .....I si..
- - muu Mtm.
Fish ro quite tired of spond
Dg their largo, nrivato fortune
tere ln tnannor for which they roceivo
fuch mlVTtufn- Mf- Bheuck way
',iave,i'eturned to take Mr. J? Uh' place in
III mu(p..ivm ... ..iiiviuih la
bout ratnrning from JJerlin, and Mr.
'ish may either go there or to Knglnnd.
'horo'mr Trlou' reason, why I don't
ilnk'there will ba any chango in tho
oosury." Tn.the first piaco, tho president
kes Secretary llichardson personally,
d never parts with thoso ho likes, no
.alter wnat may no tne ciarnor about
leir sratentlon. Tho secretary has a
uaalkcuse, which ho ho rentod for n
rra,'M -JtU'trin ana aaugntor aro frcsb
tneMnno or eniarsaining ana recolv
g hitfbit, ' A yet they don't mind ex-
taftjri wklU thoy will ilre of olUcul
, or tUnktkay ar tired, until thoy try
i quirt of a kom toewher, and then,
leu they ara unliko other who have
4 iMfer tkwo, tny Will find that the
for excitement, once aojuirtd, it dlf-
lit to appjojie.
TUB TKMl'RllAKCJi MOVEMENT
AT; THK 0KO3S-U0AD3 T1103K
WKRTU1IKS, JOK IUUIjKR AND
l'OLLOOK 1'KIWKOUTK THE
CONTKMUT X HoADM.
(WMcli is in tlio stnto uv Kentucky,)
.Hatch 1U, Ibi J.
Ef llenvcr s most piarcln lltenlns cood
etriko .loo iliglor nnd that Joerin found,
l'ollock, 1 should think morouv tho econ
omy uv nacher. For till theso domon is
cloud, nnd borriod, wo novcr shol hovpoaco
orquiot nt tlio corneri. n wuz n uittor
day fer mo, nnd for nil uv u, when that
wrctcu l'ollock como noro irom ininoy,
and struck hands with Joo Illclor.
Kithcr uv urn is plr.on yoonltcd itriKnino
la notliin to cm.
"Wo held u meelln in Jtnrcom t Isst
week. TooadnV, to decide upon soniemoas
ures to counteract tbo wimln's tnmparAnco
movament, which wo nro monientnrily o.t
pectin will etrlku tho corners nnd rnvngo
ut e It hi-z tho towns nnd villnges in Ohio
nud lnienny. Jliifcuin culled tho liirotlii.
for Jlnfcumewcurs ho will defend his rilot
to tho lust.
Wo hed tho grocery tollnblo full uv tho
men uv tho cornorn, when who shood
march In but illglcr nnd l'ollock, who set
down on tho nnil keg (.. Bnlcmn cz n
Vnrioun ei'iestlous wur. mdo or. lo th
best way uv countomctin tho movetnont,
when l'ollock roso and nskt tho privllogo
uv mnkln n romarir. which I vz cbnlrmnn.
"I Sympathlr.o heartily yoo,' std
l'ollock "In thus star.dln up And mnkln
bond agin this fanattiklo crooiadc, nnd
wood cejest that yoo flaht tho dovil with
lire, in unio tno wunmen go out egln
tho trntllo in likkcr let our wimmen
huro in tho corners, como cut nnd outer
their protest ngln ony interference with
the riles uv their husbands, fathers nnd
brothers. Lot the wimtnln uv tho cor
ners protest ngin this fnnntaai.m-"
Joo iliglor rlz, nnd I felt n present!
niont that tho dovil hed brokon his chain
and wur. amongst us.
"I don't often ngrco with l'ollock," ho
rcmarkod, "but tbero is in this gejostion so
much uv good sonso that I blcovo I shel
rocond him in it. Jly nil moans lot our
wimmen enter their protest nginst this
wild rroosudo. that tho world mv lennw
that Kentucky at least stands by herlnnd
murks. Tho wlmnion uv Ohio howl that
tho traffic is domorali.in to society, nnd
laruKoiany mat u is roanin mem. iSow
ot tho wimmen uv tho cross roads moot
nnd hist In their testimony that it ik notliin
uv the kind. And that this protest bo
mado In doo form, 1 sejest tlmt tho
wimmen uv Confedrit X roada moct nt
tho church lo-morror afternoon, nt two n.
m., nnd rosoloot ngin this thinir. Is it n
"It is!" "It isl" "AVo will hov em doo
III" wu?. shouted from nil parts ov tho
liascom wur. dolited with tho mono.
IIo sod that so fur cz his wife wuz con.
surnod, sbo wood lino in sich a nrotoit
heirtlly. It shood bo dun by awl moant.
"It Is nil woll cnufl" to say 'wo will'"
ted Ulcler. "but lot us niako shonr nr
nevin cm all out, that tbero bo no falo-
yoor. -io maKo this a succcst tho meotln
must not only bo enlhoosiaslio but lareo.
1-oiiock, ibko a piece uv paper nnd put
down tho nnmos uv thoso whoso husbands
will pieiiga tbclrsclvcs to bo present.
Issakor Gavitt, will Mrs. Gavitt bo shoor
to cum 7"
Issal.-or blushed wleh z tu sav his
noso turned bloo oz ho ansorcd "prob.r
bly not, unless tho weather shood be
warmor, for my woman hezn t got onny
"Mrs. Gavitt can't cum tu nrotoit AMn
this croosado agin likkcr, roz sho aint got
IIUMIOC. OUl l OMOCK.
"Hut, lAsakor, 1 bought fifty bushels uv
corn uv yoo last fallwhy didn't yoo got
yoor wifo shoes then V"
"I hod to pay it tu llascomon account,"
sod poor Issakor. blushin still morn.
"All rite," sod Pollock, "uv courio yoo
did. Go on. Josof."
"Squirorennibnckor, will yoor wire bo
prcsont to jino thi nntl-fanaiiclsm move
"She'll opposo It, red tho Squire, "coz
I dop, but J doubt of eho kin fcom out to
benr hor tfjtiinonv adn it. Sho aim ..nt
no clo;:o that shn'd liko to bo seen in."
"Mrs. l'ennibackor alnt got no clozo.
nnd emit come." sunir out l'ollock. "Go,
"Dcokln X'ournin. voor wifo nnd voor
dawtor Mlrandy will bu here, cortninlv?"
"Taint shoor," sed thu deokin, "uv both
uv em ono uv cm Kin como, but tho
other ctnt. J-.r my wifo woars tlio dress,
-Mlrandy must stny, and vice vcrsy, cos
muy nun kci ouv unu aiwoeu cm.
"I hov put down ono from Dookin l'o.
grnmV, iz thoin two wimmen hov only
ono dross ntwoen cm. Go on .lesof.
"Wo've got to git moro than thoio or tho
mootln will Im ii fullyoor.
"Lern'l l'cttus, will yoo 6oo that yoor
Wifo will bu present to protest ngln
"Stop I" 1 yelled, socln thn drift of thoio
wrotches; "this lies gono fur emill". 1
"Kasy. parson, onsy," led Iliglor. "We
must hev tho wimmin out. Tho wimmen
uv Ohio portcitthul likkor rooinn cm
our wimmen must portest that it dont. I
confess that thu prot.-uck isn't incurrlgln,
for wi hevn't found k eufllcioiiay uv
dresses, mid shots and sich, nmong our
niuimin to enublu em to Uko purl in n
public domnmtrntion, but"
At thii pint iliglor btopped, for Mrs,
Uuscom, (J. IV'i wife, opened the do. r uv
her slttin room, nnd looked in. It wur.
mi unfortinit movomont oz over wuz in
fact, It eutms rz tho tho dovil ulluz helped
Illglcr imd J'ollook. Thoro stood Mrs Has
com with n black inoire-anteek drees on,
with g;old rliiys onto her lingers nnd u fur
concern ubout her shoulder, nnd rud gni
tors onto hor feet, nnd n buzztim onto hor,
and everything gorgeous. Kx sho drnwod
back Into her own room, l'ollock broke
"Mrs. Ilmooin can go nnd entur hor
i1'01 "B'h this unwomanly croosado cant
"Uvcoursoshol.ln,"sod Illgler. "She's
got shoos and clozo onutl."
'Too troo," sod l'ollock, "nnd slimier
07. It rnhy toeiii, she'd tho only oho In tho
wl10 Wbr.t hoi wo do about
"I pertoat iiKin tl, thing," thrlukcd 1,
for I seed what it wuz lending to.
''Walt till 1 make my kojcstlon" sod
Illgler. "1 wuz n cumin to It. It strikes
mo that llatcoiii's wifo hcz got all iho
clozo that bulongH lo the wimmen uv tho
corners, and that It is likely to contlnyoo
so Jlit to long cr. ltaicotn loops tho uro
eery, for tho reason thut It tukes all that
the men kin git hold uv to keep cm in ma.
tonance, Now woodn't it bo nn ekitnblo
arrangement ef tho mule citizen uv tho
cornor shood take turns at koenln tho
grocery' Ut lisnkor Gavitt hev It a
week, which wood cnahlo him fnc.i.i m.
I Gnvilt a plr uv shoes h woek's profits
would cnnblu I'unnlbackor to get his wifo
a callker drois, and so on around. It
seomt to mo that it's unfair"
Blelor didn't git no further with his In
condiary haranguo. Ilascom blled ovor
iind throwed a bottal at him, wlch Iligler
dodged, and ho and l'ollock wont out laf
fln vosIiTurously nt tho fix thoy had put us
In. That bottal broke up the mootln. 1
(lied it a pltty that it shood bo wanted.And
went for it, nnd en did every man In tho
room, aiid.wo strugglod far it on Iho floor
liko in nd in on, lssakcr Gnvilt cot it, and
diTslod out with it. b
I nm fonrfool that our Ml'orts to stem
this tldo will result In n faloyoor. I can't
holp confessin Hint thero ia suthin queer In
tho fact that Ilaarom'a wifo la the only
woman in tho Cornors who hcz decent
clor.o, but Joo Illgler nnd l'ollock hod no
blzncss to mako that fact so cuisodly ap
parent. Ef It ovor gott to tho cart of tho
wimmen it nint impossible that thoy'll
commonco n raid on Unicorn thoirsclvcs,
I woodent hov l'oiiioln Gnvilt, I'snkor't
wire, git hold uv wharo that fifty bushels
uv corn wont, for no inonoy. Its n cold
world, nnd n hard ono tu git throo with
Onsy. l'KTnOLKUM V. NA8IIY,
(AVIch wuz l'oilmastor.)
!' S. This oxcllonient he, dolaycd tho
ImIioo uv my noo paper. Hut I shel git
Thero mny bo traced n cuincllunco In
tho fact that Marin Monroe, tho presi
dent's daughlor, in 1818, married Into
n family wlu wnro connected with tlio
Kombles, nnd thnt history will ropont
ltolf In 1874, whon another prosidont't
daughter will marry Mr. Sartoris, son of
tho house of ICemblc, though thnro may
ln no relationship betweoti Guvenour
lvoiiiblo and the cololimtod faintly of no
tore nnd nctrossos.
Reported Expressly for the Bulletin.
.MA 11 MKT AND 1UVKU UK
Oiixiia, .March 120. Tho crusndo
horo is nbout dond. Ellbrts nro being
mado to rceusltnte tho women's fcaliiro hut
it meets Willi llttlo success.
VicKiiur.d, Mnrcli 2C Thomas Oalkin,
an ex-poli:otnaii, nttnckod .1. V Imwinp,
local editor of tho Vit'ksburger, cutting
him witii n knife. I.iwins then shot
Calkin twice, killing him instantly.
Coi.umuus, Marcli -C. At tho tamper
nnco prayor meeting this afternoon,
reports wero received that u number of
now saloons woro being started in tho
suborbs of tho city. It it thought thoy
nro being run by men who havo been
prayed out of othor saloons. A cnll was
also mado for moro laborers.
ViTTMiuno, March 20 Tho largo
woolen factory and wnrehousq of Good
hull it Udover, and tho residence of Wm,
l'ollock, nt Kittanning, l'n,, yro
destroyed by flro this morning. Tho
loscs are estimated at $100,003, princi
pally covarod by insurance.
A largo nnd enthusiastic mast mooting
In the interests of tho tcmpcranco movo
mont was'held in tho Central l'rosbylorian
Church in Alloghony City to-night.
Many hundreds wero turned nwoy for
want of room.
Chicago, Mirch UC In tho criminal
court this morning, Judgo Moore, of tho
superior court, rendered n decision sus
taining tho motion of tho dotendant's
counsel to quash tho second indictment
for perjury found against Dnvid A. Gago,
ex-city treasurer. Tho ground for this
decision is that tho indictment was found
cn timplo technicalities.
Tho Illinois house of representatives
to-day passed by a voto of lie to 0 the
mil which already passed tho eenato, pro.
hiblling tho licensing of houtos of ill
Mehimiis, Tkhnehbei:. March 20
Tho Appeal's Juckeon, Miss,, special
says mat uoi. Kooori J. minor, n promi
nent luwyor of Vicksburg, was shot nnd
fatally woundod thoro by tV. H. Hpoar?,
aho n lawyer, who drovo up -to Miller's
onico in iv carriago ana font nit driver
up for him. Just then Miller
cumo down street, nnd Spears called
to him. When Miller nnnroachod tho
carriago, Snoars flred, hitting him In the
head. Miller fell and Sncnrs fired four
otrior siioia into nit nody. i-ponrs was
tAKcn to jail am m
nndlhrenttof violent. Mlllor vas ahvo
at noon, but there are littlo hopes of hit
recovery. Tho purties had beon consid
ered frionds and tho afl'air is throudod in
mystory. A woman is probably nt tho
uoitom ot it.
San Fiiancisco. March 20. A dis
patch from Portland, Oreiron. to-dnv.
tny tho tompornnce women this morning
mado n regular raid on tho city, and di
viding into parties visited most of thn
saloons, among thoin, tho lowojt dem in
tno town, Uno saloon refused them nd
mUsion, and ono hearing thnt oilier saloons
woro making a good paying business of
it sent an invitation for them to visit thoin,
which thoy did. No convortt among tho
sitloon-koapera havo been mado yet.
.-.r. iiiuiHiii ouori, cnior angiiieor of
) stoamor Mikado, who is
ntnniao wut sent to tho asylum to-day.
i'ather Powers, tho priest who founnd
.Mrs. Ilrown, a crazy woman in Ht. Pat
ricks' church and" horso-whimvid lmr
l.'nocked Jier down, and kicked hor and
threw hor out of thu church, was nrrestod
Cincinnati. March "o a
Lexington, iientucky, spoclal reports that
Mlko Collint to-day shot twice nt Frank
Hlggins, ono ball taking cfloct, entering
tlm nbdomon nnd lodgin,-; in tho bladder.
....... u,u irnu niiiKiiion, niui worouuur-
A VATAl. I1LOW.
This afternoon A . .1 Ml.,nUi. i.
Clcrk cf Younutren. ain. ll, a. h.LL.iP
struck Conrad Schulte, ii dlpcharced
, ..,., ...u ..ui.u mm u urny Pin, irom
tho cllects of whloli ho died this
evening. Sinclair was arrested and re-
lnniml nn S.II10AII Lull II.. ..... u.i
. , .v,.w. ..u ) nunuue
camo to hit business iiotiso driink and
hunted him up with n kulfo. Hclmlto loll
tho place after boltig struck, and it wat
two hours nftorward whon lie was found
lying in tho stroot in n dying condition
wheru ho had wandered and fell.- ,
Seven bandt of praying tomperanco wo-
men, of nbout 510 In each band woro out
in various parts of tho oity to-day visiting
saloons. A faloon next door lo the chain
bor of commerce was visited during
Chango hour!. An lmmonso crowd gath
ered nnd tho busitiost of tho ehambor wns
much dolnyod by tho excltomont.
New Yiiii ii. lp..l. ''rtMimfiu nnii'
nt 3l; cuitom receipts :107,000. Ster-
iiiik quiet nnu nru nt ! t9 lor sixty nays,
nud 1 88 tight. Goldclosodnt 12 altor
telling nt 1212j. Carrying rates -1
per cent, lo flnt and finally 23 por cont,
Assistant treasury disbursements 28,000:
clonrlngt 13,000,000; govornmonts clojod
Arm at beU prices to-day. Stnto bonds
quiet. Thoro wat nn unusual largo busi
tiost in railroad bonds with material im
provement in prices.
Mkmimus, March Flour dull nnd
iinoliniiijed. Corn meal dull and lower nt
!J -loran 45. Corn scarce nnd firm 70,
Oats 07. Uiiy nctlvo, good mixed 17 00
timothy 21!. Dinn dull, 1!J nsked. Pro
villous quiot nnd unchanged.
Nkw Oiilkans, Mnrcli 20 Oatt firmer
atiWWGI. Dry enltmnHts firm nt 7j8j
Sj. Ilncon quiet nnd lower at 7;t j(Ti)tif.
augur nun; 00J COIlllllOll UJi lair 10 IUHV
falr057, prlmo 8J. Molnises scarce; fair
irineiiiing v(($ r,u; ratr rchoiicrt bo. unm
meal plenty and "lower nt P. -10. (libera
Chicago, -March 2C Flour dull and
unchmged. Whoat firm, No 1 spring
1 111; No 2 I 20 frosh; 1 10 spot nn I
April; No 3 1 lr.jf.Al 10. Corn firm, No
2 mixed fresh 03.r cash nnd April; 0;
02J .May, 03J now; No 2 mixed CO. ltyo
tcwo and firm, No 2 frcsn 00c. Oats
dull nnd unchangeJ. ilnrloy quiet nnd
weak, No 2 1 Il 10; No .1 fr.-ih 1 33.
Fork nctlvo nnd advanced 11 90 April
15 15 May. Lnrd demand fair,
Cincinnati, March 20. Flour quiet.
Wheat atoady i.t 1 45. Corn llniir nnd
higher nt CfoC8. OaU steady at 64R58.
Kyo firm ntT0oi)l 00. IJarloydull. nut
ter steady. Choeso tcarco and firm. Fro
vicloht quiet. Fork lntd 15JQ1C; salot
last evening nt 16. Lard quiot; steam
oil'orlngt light at 'JJ; kottloOn;, Hulk
meals steady; shoulders 6 j ; UK "I8j
cloar 8G)8i. 'Ilacon firm; ehouldors C;
C 110; clear P i.i 0 J ; enlos elenr 0 loose.
Whisky firm t)2.
Nkw Yokk, March 20, Flour quiet,
uportlno western 0 C0f?)o 05; common to
good C 000 40; good to cholco 0 -15P5-
0 -10; vhito wheat oxlra 0 C57 no.
Wheat, oponed quiot, closed moro active
nnd hlghor, No 2, Chicngo spring 1 iifi.
1 61 ; No 2 Milwnukeo 1 Csl C I ; un
graded lown nnd Minnesota 1 -J21 Cti ;
nortliorn nnd western spring 1 61. ltyo
nnd barley unchanged. Corn closed
lower; now mixod western W(;92 j high
ixed and yellow western O10U3 ; old
Ixed western "JOG'J.I. Oats dull end
lower ; mixed western C1(S,02 ; whito
wostorn C20O5. Colfco dull and lower.
Sugar firmer. Molnises firmer, l'ork
oxcitcd and firmer; new most 1C "5 spot,
1C CO March, 10 C'glO 70 April, Hi 70
May, and 10 70 Juno. Hoof nnd cut
St. Louitf, March 20. Hemp dull nnd
unchanged. Flour very dull, and lower
to sell, buyors making their own tonus.
Whoat heavy and languid ; No 2 spring
1 211 211; No 3 red fall 1 37l 38;
No 2 1 60M1 62. Corn oponed dull nnd
closed lotor; car lots No 2 mixed 02
C3 April; ofl'erod April regular at 01 to
03 bid. Oats stondy; No 2 mixed 40060.
Uarloy flat. ltyo stoady nt yi'02.
Fork strong nt 15J15J. Dry snlt meats
iu good demand; tales clear rib, buyers'
10th April, Keokuk, 8c; do here, (oilers'
May, 8; clear rib, lntt half April, St. Joe
8. Ilacon strong, highor and moro doing
for the future; shoulders 77J ; clear rib
0'; clear 0)0J; clear rib, sellers' Inst
half May, 0J; d"osollors' May 0J; do lost
halt Juno Of, do July 6. Lard firm nnd
nctlvc; primo stoam Oc sollors' May ; up
country 0c. Whisky offerings light;
sales nt 92c, mostly hold higher.
FiiTsnirna, March 2G Elver C root 8
Inches and falling. "Weather cloudy, cool
and threatening rain.
ViCKbiiuna, March 2C Itlvcr tution
ary. Wenthor clonr nnd cool. Down
Smoky city nud tow. Up It K Loo,
City ot Uclonii.
Little Hock, March 2fi. Weathor
cloudy and mining. F.Ivor falling with
10 feet by gauge. Departod llnttio, np
porrivor; John Ilownrd, New Orleans.
Cincinnati, March 20. Arrived An
dos, "Wheeling; Annn, Tonnessco river;
Ella, Whito rivor. Departod Parker,
Momph's; Thompson Dean, Now Or
leans. Nash villi:, Mnrcli 2C ICivor fulling,
m loot on suoais. uiear nnu pleasant
Arrived Phillips, rittsburg. Departed
Jloilman, 1'aducah; Jvldyvillc, I'ppor
Nkw Uklkanh, March 20. Arrived
Uroat Jlepubllc and .lohn l. Tolle, St.
iiouis. joparteu .unry auco nnd
bnrgos, St. Louis; John 11. Maude. Mem
phis. Weather cloar nnd pleasant.
Evansvilli:, March 20. Weather
chiolly clonr; mercury 41 to 01; very
windy; rivor rlson 10 inches with 27 foot
8 inches by mark. Fort list down Mary
Ament, Laura Davis, Mitchell, Fat
Honors, Mornlnc Star. Idlowiid. Fuvctto
unci ucorgo Jtoborls. iiuslness very
Sr. Lopih,' March 20 Arrived Hon
Accord, Mound Citv; Scuddor, lloo, Now
Orleans; Hnwkeyp.Ohlo rivor; Hollo Mom-
phis, .Momphls; Ullmoro, Uumborlnnd
rivor. Departed Gloncoo, Now Orleans;
Jvalo Kinney, Juiseouri rivor; Johnson,
lloskuk. St. Oniioviove, Viclitburc. Cool
and cloudy. Kivor rising.
Louisvillk. March 20.-Iiver fallen 8
indict within the Inst. 21 hours, thoro U
now in tho canal 11 ftot nud '.) feet In tlio
pass down Indian chute. AV outlier clour
and warm. Iiuslness itmctlvn on tho
loveu. Arrived John Kilgour, Cincin
nati; Kiln, Vhlto river; Arlington, Mem
phis; Dovo, Kentucky rivor; Tom Itectu,
John Ferry, Sam Ilrown, J Sharp, Mc-
uonaiu, n ,) isigier iinii riam I'urKor irom
rittMiuri; with tows or coal: bimpson
Horner nnd Darios. Now (Jrloant. Do.
parted John Kilgour, Now Orleans;
Klin, Cincinnati; Arlington, Cincinnati;
Dovo. Kentucky river: John Ferry, J
Sharp, McDonald, N .1 iliglor, rittsburg.
Mkmi'his. March 20. Weather cloar
and warm, ltivor full U inches tinea last
dispatch. Arrived Franklin, Cincin
nati; Lorigwortb, Now Orloant. De
parted Chester nnd Paulino Carroll,
St Louis, liodmann, Now Orleans; Dugan,
tlttlo llock; liaum, Uiuc unati; x'ey.
tonn, Futuru city nnd barges, Tho lat
ter carried down anmo divort who will
snarch for bodlca but on tho Crescont City.
hick iiongwortu run tnrougii norsoir juat
below Iiuionn, breaking both cyllnuor
hoadt. Sho was towod to ih9 phico by
tho Pauline Carroll and hor passongort
woro transierrcu m tno Andy liaum.
Tho littlo steamer Economy, honco to 8t.
Francis river with n miscellaneous cargo
valued nt $3,000, struck tho draw ol tho
railroad bridgo nt Meridian, Arkansas,
capsizing tho boat, Tho cargo It a total
loss. Tho boat it owned hern by Matt
Frommol and valued at 13,000. No In
suraiieo nnd no livoi lost,
REPORT of the condition 'Cit ihc City National
lUhlt of Calm, at Cairo, in the slate of Illinois at
Ihc tloie of Imsineu Kl,nitvli:7, 1871,
Iiann and iliicoiints Jll'i.llSM
U. S. bonds lo secure clrctila
U. S. liondii on hand
Oilier stock-, bonds and tnort
cages Due from redeeming and re
Due from other national LanVt
Due Horn state hanks and
Other real estate
Ovcrilrarn ! 1.W6 IU
1 00,000 DO
ONKI (HI ,1(1,01111 00
1,171 (U M.1CI F7
t'hecks and other cash Items
Hills of other national hanks 12, UK, 00
fractional currency, (Including
nickels) !? 4,117 M
?pccle -I.IM 'i
Ujal tender notes 3J,:nio i fii.i 31
fapital sleek paid In ldii.doo (m
Surplus fund 2.',,(Ml do
KichaiiKe 1,'J.H .11
Interest V.KVi Hi
Profit and lou 18,05 H Zi.Ms 71
t'irculatlun uuuMjnilln 00,1X1 on
Dividends unpaid , .VI l "I
Individual deposits t'.,Hll W
D.ic (ost.ile hanks and haukeis. il,ra ill
Slate of Illinois, county of Alexander, .
I, A. II. .".UTOKD. cashier of the City Ka
llonal Hank ol Cairo, do solemnly swear that Ihc
above statement Is true tu the Lest cf my knowledge
A, It. SAITOH D, Cashier.
. Subserlled and sworn lo btfuro rite this 2Mh day of
II. II. GANDHI'., Notary fuhlic.
It. II. C11.NNINT.IIAM, 1
II. I.. IIAI.I.IDAY. i- Directors.
(1, D. WILLIAMSON, J
lllltl Y-SIXTII rctiort of the roiidlllon vt the
' rlrst ratlonal Hank or (;alro.
Illinois, at tho close
af buslmss I chruatv 7. 1S74.
Ians and discounts
I'. S, Honds to secure circulation
li. S, bonds and securities on
Other st icks, bonds and ruorl-
Due front redeeming and to-
tervc k' nts , ;
Ouc fiuiu other national iMtiksM.
Due from lanks snd bankers....
Furnituro and future
Cavh Items, Including mcnuo
Cah on hand, Currency i-',!'
' " coin Ill
I t.iaii tu
ho I 'M
Kxclinnsc, Interest, profit and loss...
Circulation outstanding .
... n.tnj I
... e V"0 '"'
... M.T'KI ii
Slate of Illinois. Alexander county, ss.
I, Charles Ojnninsliani, cashier of the l'irst Na
:.onat uank ol Cairo, Io solemnly swear that the alv,
statement is tnie to the best of my knowledge and be
CI I AS. CUNKIN'OIIAM. Casl.ti-r.
I-'ubsrrihed and sworn to before me this JHIh
Jay ot .Marcn, l"7i.
II. II. CANDJjr., Notary l'uUlc
Correct Attest :
.1. M. l'illl.I.IDS. 1
ItOIIT. W. MILLIIU, Directors,
II. I.. II, I.l.l HAY, )
WIJililAM J. AtJiliN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
OtUconvor First National Dink. IMl'lra
SAUUKIi 1'. WIIKKJiKR,
ATTOUNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
OOlco over Klmt National Imuk. a-lMra
John U. MulUoy. Wlllum O. Mnlkoy
MULKEY & SON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
OIllcc: Kltchth streot, bctwoon Co mine
Slnl ami Washington avenucH.
OKEKN & 01LJJKUT,
OOUNHKLOlta AT LAW,
William U. Orces, 1
WilliAm II. Gilbert, i- OAIKO, ILMNOIH.
Miles F. HUbcrt, J
mr-flnMD.I Kri&nflnn nl... a l.lmU.ll. J
lyiion onior.BVBH,HOOMo 7 ahd flovsaj
(IITY VATTnff AT. J1AHW
U .AYKH8. B. .1. AYKHS
51 L O 'D' JE&
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7H LnvB,OitinOAino, Iliji.
OOFI'JSY, IIAIUUSON & CO.,
(ducccssorH to D. Html & Hon.)
ri.OUll,:tillN AM) HAT.
No 03 Ohio Lnvno, OAIltO, ILLB.
11. A. TIioniB Ij. IK 'riioius
T1IOMS & lmOTIIEH,
iuccokObrri to IU M.llulcDt
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BKOKKKS
AMU UKAI.BIIO IN
Klniilo nnit Funny (Jrocorlrit,
KorolKn and Domcetlo
llll Commorulal Avenue,
OAIKO, - ir.LlNOIH.
NKW YOltK STOitK,
WIIOLKSALK AND 'IKTAlL,
LAUOMtr VABIHTY (TOOK IM T1IH IIITY
Corner of HlnetAeutlt Hlrnct nsut ,ir.i
O. f). 1' AT I KH
WILLIAM Jt. SMITH, M. ).
lti:sil)ici:(!K Sn. m. ThlrtconlH etreot.
between Waililiiuton avenue and Walnut
.ti'iiul. Oilli e- l'iil Ciiiiiiiiuiclal avenue, up
SO Ohio Lcvco
EDMUND HUEFNER, Proprietor.
1 Tlio I'liinlcrVllouso'ia localed ui Ohio Lovcu Street in .
CLOSE MbXTMITY TO RAILROAD DE
POTS AND STfiJAMBOt LANDINGS,
Ami in tlio Center or tliu HusiiieMS Portion of iho Cily. Tlio Iiotiso in now
nml conniloto in till itn sipioiiiliiioiitn. Tlio rooniH, nro largo nnd niry, bosidon
buing olfj-nitlly fituiinlictl nml carpclcil. (iucit.s will reeeivo coiirluoiH trc.it
inciit n ml Ihc Lcrtt of iiccoiniiioilatioii.".
TraiisionL Guests 2 por Day.
A Trusty Watch for Trains
ROSE & TEMME
Wliolcenlc nml Itctnil dealer.- in Kino
FRENCH AND ORNAMEN
FLOWERS, IiEAVKsS COMJ-OSEI), HEADS, 111 HD3
Ami Kvcrylliiiif; to IVrtaitiiii Oonfticlioiu'ri Orimnienlal dooilfi,
NO. 172 WASHINGTON AVENUE,
CAIRO, - ILLINOIS.
(between lOlh ami 11 (lists.)
Orders ii om Abroad will receive I'rompt Attention. IV-slivaU and l'ic-nics
1'uniinlicd at Reduced Prices.
HARRY WALK ER
(Lato I'ropriclcr of tlio .SI. Nicholas Hotel)
Has bccoim; Hupcriiilcmlent of iho
CORNER SIXTH STREET AND OHIO LEVEE.
3lr. Walker having taken charge of this old mid uoll-known lioiiko, will at
once give it a thorough renovating, and put it iu first-class order for the recep
tion kucsIh. Mr. Walker will welcomo hin old customers to tho new house, and
will alwayH ho j;Iad to kco theui.
First-class Day .Board 20 por Month.
HARRY WALKER, Supt.
Notlcp Ii licrcliv given that on TiicMlay tlio
ihi ti:iv tit Ann i. -a. ii.. ism. n L'cni rai
election will bo held In tlio city of Cairo, Al
exander county. H:tto of llllnoN. for tliu
cli-ctlon nf the lulliiuliir.' naiaeil municipal
olllcers, to-wit : A city clurk, n city trcaH.
iircr, a city attorney, ono ulilcmiu'ii Irom
ca'h Wiinl, for the term ol two ycaiv. nun
alderman from tlio l lrt Wnnl, to nil Iho
vacancv called 1 V tliu removal of lllran
lllxliy lniiii the city, and. one alilennan ft on
mo Mcconti v arn, 10 nn inn vacancy t;aiicii
bv the renlKiiatlon ol not K Henhouse.
I'lir the iiurjiosca of t-aisl clccllon polls will
he ciem.'il,'at thu lolluwln' naniod pfaecs, to
wit: In tlm l''lit Ward, at thu coiiiiiili.sIiin
limine or iv. I . Davl.-, on tlio mutli Mdo nl
Kixtli ittrcot between Coiiiliicrclaland AVoch-
Hilton uvciiiich; in the Second ward, at tuo
liouuli ami ilendv cii'dns hou.u: in tho
Thlnl Ward, at tho IIIIiuiiilaiicnlnolimiK'i
In tho Fourth Ward, at the Court House ;
nud 111 tho Fifth Ward, at tho hou-u nl .Mr.
huilivan, on tun nnrtli-weM corner ol l'om
mcrclal avcmio and Twenty-flllh direct.
Said election will ho opened at cllit
o'clock: In the lunrnliif,'. and eontinuo open
until t-own o'clock In iho itUni'iiooii of that
Ity order of thn city Council,
.VI. .1. JIowi.kv. City Clerk.
('.MHO, III,, Sliti-ch 'JO, 1871 . ljiJ-:i.'Jl.'JUt
WAUL It MANUFA0TO11V
I'-or Salo at Wliolciialo -or ltotuil
OOIlNSIl :iL'l-HTlir.KT AND OHIO I.BVU?
. I. 1A II lll.SC,
- CAIRO, ILLS.
Diy J5iiiv((M'.s$20 per Alontli
and Boats Day and Night.
Dll. 0. K. DtilJfll.AH, hoInK determined tu
exccll In every Dental operation, linrp
tlted and r niriiMieil hin Dental l'aiiors, No.
", J'lj;litli street, and U now rrroivlnfr from
H. ii. Whllo A: .InliiiKon. of IMillutlplphlu,
eeinl-wcekly, tlio laruost and fluent iikkoiI
Iiieiit of Dental liooiW ever otlcrctl In this
city, and at (,'jd its can lie found In the
BEAUTIFUL GOLD FILLINGS
.Mado aeppclallty.not aiiyofthi! soft, tnlsera.
!le, cpinijfy work that drops out. leavliifr
leelli cut, tiled, dli-colorcd, and often tie
slioyt'd, 1'erfect (loldcn (leins put in as Mil Id nud
auialilu as Iho micltetl metiil lUelf.
Kncelal oil cut nm L'lvim to the treatment nl
Jliildreii'N Teeth. 1'ai'entH liv huvliii? theli-
Chllrcn'H Teeth examined occasionally,
tvnuld kivo them iiiucli Mill'erin and de
foiiulty in after years.
Dr. Doiii'lns itNouMvcsl'artlculai'ntteiitlnii
to .Mechanical DcntMrv, havlnuneciireil the
llyht ton-.li Hit. HYATT'S l'ATKNT (iOI.D
AND HUlilllilt COiHUNATIDN l'LATK,
which has heeu lliorotiKlily tested and aji-
) ii j'ruiihi iii tiiu j-.asc, ami
icvond a iliiulil. tlm licsl. iiml iln,.t .rwin.
i cent exiriicied w ithout pain hy the use,
f MlloiisOvlitn fi,,H. wlili li Ih iuri..Mivii,iri.
7 tr (I, K. DOUOI.AH.
A. ii.KOK Jih I).
Olllco over Thoms it HroV. eiocei v ttnr
No. IUI L'oinnierclal avenue, i nnier h'luhiL
ntfcoi, itrpiiiciii.-.j vui iti 11 ISIIIIJll'loa 1SV0
tt.l... 111.. .1.1...... -
III! I II,
nun ami rniii'ieeiiwi street.