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OAIBO BTTIjT iTTIIT, FBBBTTAEY 26.
At lb etraott solicitation of many personal
frlenlt I hcrebjr announce mytelf atacandidtle
for Mayor, .1 tlie eaaulo charter election.
13, S, llAHItKMj
Hditor HutttTiN: At the urgent aolltltritlon
of numerous frienIa,wliot rrqifat in (tin prcir..
liea, or reiuoni liotli personal .ml political, I do
out feel l UUrty to decline, t Iiereliy ibnourite
tnyiir m a; candidal for Mayor at the coining
charter election. JOHN q. IIAHMAN,
For CIS Alteraey.
Etrrok BCLUtTi.i At the etrmtt and per
tonal rqu.t or ftltnde of Doth politic! partle
I am a caadidate lor Clljr Attorney.
WrauthorliU to announce John M. I.aii'
Jan la a candidate for reelection to the ofllca of
City Attorney at the en-ulna municipal election
For Vtiy Marakal.
W are atilliorlasl to announce ANDHKW OAlN
a a eiadldai. for tba offle of City Mariha), ub-
act to thctlecl.loo of tha Itomocraila party,
W are authority! to aanounca that UKNRV T,
MAItTIN will bo a candidal for the office of City
Marshal, at the tntulng charter election, tub
ct to Ihodeciaion of the Democratic party.
We are authorised to annouace JOHN HflOW.V
at a candidate for Oil Mapditl, aiihj:t to the
daelalon of lha democratic party.
We am autborited to atnounrn WILLIAM T.
HSOITm a candidal lor Oly Mtrab.l aU
.uln ihtrler election.
For City Clerk.
'At lha rcueat of many friend', I am a candi
date for the nfucnof City Clerk, eiilijert to the de
rlalotinf theDemcratk! party.
MKJIIAKL. J. IIOWI.KT.
We an aatborismJ to announce U. I. I. ION
.ran lldaUfor City Clerk, pubjecl to the drclilou
of Ilia democratic party.
MILL IN THE KJKI.ll.
We are autborlied lo announce the name of J.
T.TIIOM AH a a caadidate for th. blbce of City
Clerk at the emulng municipal (lection. 1 1
Far City Trra.y ra r.
We are autborlied to announce JOHN IIV
I.AM) a a candidate for Ih. office ot City Trmi
rer at IbeaatuUif clectloa.
We are authorised to announce JO-jKt'll B.
TAVI.Oil, aa a candidate for re-elKtlon to Ibenf.
of City Trcaaaier at lha eruulng municipal
Far Mlacl Caaticll.
Rairoa Bturrui t'leai annouwe my name
ai acatdldal. for the offlce of t elect Councillor
the city at Urge. JOHN (. IIAHMAN.
Tear author! ud to aanounr N. I.. WICK-
WIBK aa caodidalo for the Hclect Council
from lha Third Ward, at th enauln linmlci.
W are authoitd t aanounca that W, O
Gary la a candidate for me inter ol the Hoard o(
Alderaxa from the Klrit Ward.
We are autborited to announce JOKI'lt
MKNUKI. a a candldaU for r.tectloQ to the
Hoard of Aldermen from tba Hecond Ward.
At tu reqne l of many friend 1 am a candi
date for th office of Alderman of the hecond
Ward. AttTUUIt UOYI.K.
nVNXlNU, M. I. He.
HlENCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OKMCK Corner Bllth Sireel ud OH. r..
rxiCK HOUIU-From a.n. In It m., ao-l
WILLIAM R. SMITH, M. U
RKalDENUR-No. 21, Thirteenth lee
elan. Waahi.g Ion Arenue and Walnut Htreel
OfKCE.lW Cemerelal Aieciie, uj llr
HWARD.NER, N. DM Cairo
aRKHIDKNCR-Oorneror Nineteenth at.,
and Wa.hl.ton ate. Of KICI-hi Comtnen iaI
ara.,iM the PoUOIBee. OKFICK IIOVV.A
from la in to U in., (Suod.ya rirrptr-l) and
from 2 to 6 p m.
J H.BHIGIIASi, M.l.
OMee, 1S8 CoMmrrclal Atpuun
,! ia.M lloSu.m,
Rtidnc,No. It, Ninth itreel, Cairo III.
EEN V UILBKK'J',
ATTOBNETM AND COUNNELLORti AT
railaas If. (Jr, )
ytlliaaa . tlllkcrt, V CAIRO, IM
HlUa F. llarl. J ,
opactal attention gieea tu Admiralty an J Steam
Uaae aat Oitla tievaa. Ilaeana 7 aad
ar Cttr Nallonal Uanli,
JINEOAIC, MVSS V POPE,"
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
at. W. Haiaa,
F. H. Fap,
OrriCE-Oa Sarealh Btriet,
W06D, COAL, ETC.
AyoUD AND COAL. '
la prepared to deliver tb bnt
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
in any part of tho city, In any quantity Ueauni,
qahort notice, ' '
CmI Delivered at $4 SO l'er Tou.
OFFICE-Orer Uerart, Orlh Jt Co.. clove
atore. two door, aim the corner of Eighth .trect
and Commercial aTenuc, " ,ec(;,t
Cairo City Book Bindery
I prepared to
MaaatVMtar Blaak Fooha and do al
hlmtU f BaakBlaalag aaaBulltiK.
741 Ohio Iivee,
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
f rjaral t Uk eoatraela for ralslngor
fayaavallhmachm.rr apollanoea for re.
af M ot ruwlag houte. on ehori notice, and ak
r I public patrosag.
.1417), VI inn Villi
City election noxt Tuesday.
Tilvi). Tho mud in our street? is getting
Hovi.k. Anu now cornea Jioyic,ncan
dlclnto for Alderman from tho .Second
Ward t Whoro is'Pelrle I
Fl.oun Choice Family Flour In bbis
half bbls., nrk, Ac, for sain nt the Kgyp
Han .Mills. . uu
riHsovAi.. Judges Jiros and (ireon
roturned yesterday morning from Spring
JUi.v. Our city has licen vltllcd during
tlio pastfew days by tho heaviest mini
lee n for ovora1 yean.
Foit pistols nnd cartridge nnd bowlc
knives, go direct to I'. XefTi, No. "0 Ohio
i-oi.it r. touKT. Y eitoruay lieins an
exceedingly rainy day but little buncts
wita limit, f ra mHci t.tmn.
Svo.v lU:.wr. Tho now storehouse of
Heed and .Mann it being nlnt"l nnd wl'l
oon bo ready for occup'itioti.
HKI.KIT Coi'NCII.. I'.l-rid wllBt .lohll
McN'ully tin to lay to tlio "lectori of the
i rat Ward, under the he.id of tinnonnee-
.SatIdI-aciio.v guarunteml at W. T.
AVorthlngton'a new l'hotoernplilc Art
Oallery, over Kook woll Co .. Ilcok .Sture.
(Jamjidato. Uanaidate' for city offl
ce' were btny at bce around town ycter-
day. I hoy all ahould remombor thn ball
at Mn. OolTnoyt' to-morrow night,
Nakiww Kcai'K. A little loy nar
rowly cic.ipoi being run over on tho
Loveo yeiterdny. JIothrthould tnkubct-
tercare of 1'ielr children.
Piano kok Sauk. A good ticond-hnnd
piano for tale cheap for cah. Apply to
fcb23dtf .St. Chariot Hotel.
Colouki) bocui. Cllii. A numlur of
tho colored ticonlo have In contemplation
the organization of a toclal club to meet
W. T. W ortiiinoto.v It doing a big
nntinett in copying and enlarging old
Iagucrreotyici. Ambrotvnot nnd J'lmto-
graphi, making them look at bright a
wncn artt taken. fcbl'Jtf
JIk.vijbu Mr. Mendel it u candidato
for re-olactlon to the poaittoa of Alderman
from the Second Ward. Uu but I n n
member of the Council for two voarr.and
aoi not "tire or wcii notn'jr -
Caiko aki Fulton 11. It. Work bai
commencid on the Cairo niul l'ulton K.l!.,
botwwn here and Charloiton. A large
number of hand have baen employed and
. .... . -
cam are mado f..r more. AVtige S2
UkMTLIMkN'n IJa.MI.hii CbA.sB. Mr.
C. Hardy will open a dancing school In
thlt city next Tuctday evening. Thoit
detlrlng to tnko liiynt will plcnttf rail on
Mr. Hardy at Winter' Ulock. 3t
Foil talc oroxchange, uOO acrct of choice
land in Franklin county on tho contem
plated lino of railroad from fit. Lou't to
Kvatiivillo. I will exchange fur Cairo
1'KnsovAL. Wm. Willlumt, Kt., lint
returned, after n protracted nbsenco
throughout .Southern Illinnit. Mr. WH
liumi it endeavoring to ctabli,h n mi pur
rlor tobacco market In Cairo. Ho report
everything favorablo in tho interest of
It I ttratign what a length oftimo it
take to wear out IlonU and .Shoe when
mado of giKxl material, nnd Win, Khler.
upt nothing but tho bett of everything
ttock, workmen and all at hit ehop on
Twentieth ttreot oppohlto tho court house.
Taiiku UnoTiiKits, Ohio I.eveo, will
Hereafter kii coiutantly on hand, direct
from tho Knttern manufacttirert tha very
best winter ttrnlnod puriili dtperm oil, for
tewing mnchinei, nnd all duo ami light
machinery, 'i'liit oil h.i never vvt been
upcrceded by liny of tho tnrt mi Ajcturcil
oils, n It ncvurgum or U ain-cti'd by tho
KvKKVWHKiiK. The Charter O.ik.Stovo
it on talo in nil tho principal town and
citiei throughout tliu South and West.
All rejpectablo dealer havo thorn, and
conalder thorn their inoit ftnplo arti
MilWoiitiuxotox's now l'liotograph.
icartgsllery It continually crowded. Why?
aoino may ask. "Woman's reason: bceauao
hit pictured tiro tnu best made in tho city
or State. No exceptions, feblOtf
"Why will our friends run the rUlc of be
coming blind by wearing common Spoeta-
cle, when thoy can procure tho most por-
oct articlo that lias vet been lnnde. bv
lllngnt our old friends Tuber Uro' tlio
wen known Jowolcrs anil get n pair of
Lazarus & Morris' rerfocted Spectacles.
Don't ilolny. foblduwiUni
Houston County, Ga., 1
l)5c. 22, 18C8.
Mtttrt. ZtiUn J- o., Macon. Oa. ;
GKNTI.KMKK-Simmon.' Liver llog.
ulator has been uted in niy family many
years with great success 1 resrii t f,
lavaluablo family mudlclno, mid tal u
pleMuro In recommending Hto tho public.
Rkv. J. KUFUS KLDKIt.
ISU'RESSIOKS OP CAinO ABROAD,
Capt. Billy William' hat jutt returned
from an cxtonded trip through Southern
Illinois, in tho intercttof a tobacco firm
of this city. Tho greatest obstacle, tho
captain aborts, with vhich ho had to con
tond in hi efforts to tecum trado for thli
mirket, is the bad notoriety which inoak
thlovos, "monto-throwors." "thort-cardcrs"
and "lock gamester1 who Infettftho city,
haro givon It nbroid? r'? Oh yes," they
ay, " Cairo is a vory good placo to trade j
tho merchants thorn arn honorable, and
good builncM men; but," with an ominous
shiko of tho head, "thcro Is no telling how
loon n man may bo robbed after landing
thoro." Capt. V. happenod to bo In
Johnton county, in tho vicinity of thn
homo of tho old gentlemen robbed by
Uravhopper Sam and his accomplices,
when thu lint nows of tho outrage roachod
thoro. Of courso all sorts of rumon were
set u II out In a short time. Among others,
it was reported that an organi.od band of
thieves existed In tho city ; that this band,
In open'd ayllght, upon thearrlvalof trains
and ate&mboaU boarded them,- seized
thoir victims, dragged them to their dens. I
J ).. j.iunJrrira mom At lolturo; that I'
tho law wa powarloil to protect ttrangorl j
and tho city wat at thi mercy of tho
band. It was al'ocurrontly reported thero
that tho loader of the gang was
armed with n pilr of ruvol vert which
hij prcuntdl nt tin old nun's head, forc
ing him to deliver over hit money. In-
lo J, t.iyi Captain Williami, thu excite-
mem incru reacneu such n pitcii mat n
number of tho old man's neighbors, actu
ally armed ttiemtelvos, with thn Intention
ofcomlngto Cairo, nnd, at Oiy axpretsod
it, "allowing the thieves to try trwlr hnad
on thorn," and would no doubt, have start
ol for this city, but for th-j timely now of
thourreit of tho thievut. Of course tho
rumors of tho manner of th
oiu mun s robbery wero grots
ezagjorationi. Hut then thero aro
tho improuloni proilu ced abroad by such
oscurrenccs. How can you remove them
llivt far do thoy go to Inflict
a direct injury on uvery man and every
Interest in our midst? Time nro ques
tion which orcry gojd cltion should ask
himielf, and thotilJ answer with a Judg
meni unoiaseu ly pcrtnnal prejudices or
political considerations; for Cairo has
Truth knows, enough to do to repel tho
slandert of ponny-ii-linert from abroad,
and enemies within, without winning fur
liunelf the title of n ucat of thieve
control tho city In doflanco of all
Tho haro facts itatod by Capt. WJIIiauu
will and might lo go further toward teach
ing our citizens their duty on Tuesday
next, than all tho appeal and spcocbu
which it would bo possible to furnhh'on tli9
tarns point during tho pending canvass.
I. r.i-rr.niT Tivttvni a it-
Where llarKalna lattry tiootU May tj
VI It, IIANNY
it now making arrangement for tho open
ing of thn tpnngtmde. Hn Intends filling
his commodious ttoro room with rt largn
variety of dry good, comprltlng ladle
lres go.nl, mtisllns, table linen, carpet-
Inir, matting and all nrtlcle tiattrtll v found
in tiiiilhir ottablithmcnt.x.
His carpet, two ply, three ply nnd
llrui.olt, aro of now and elegant patterns,
mil cheaper than have been brought to
tins market. Mr. lunny iulundt adding
to hit atock in this particular, at nit early
day, and will show such a, variety In styles
mil prices that ull purchasers can bo suited
la other articles of dry good Mr. Hanny'i
ttock will bo low in price, various in kind
and of tho best quality.
Tiik Eclkctio Maqatxvk. Tho Ke
lt etif (or March Is out, and is'etiibeUishcd
with a vory fine and very timely portrait
of illlam, King of Prussia and Emperor
oi ucrmany. remaps tun is as good n
tlmo as any to call attontlon to that
foatura of tho magazlno which is peculiar
to it among tho monthlies namely, th'o
lino pictures carefully engraved on steol
which embellish every number. TJiesu
ongravingt aro usually portrait of cele
brated men or woman, though at Intervals
a copy it given of some famous painting;
and as they extend hxv.k tu tho commence
ment of tho mucazina In 1B14, tba fie
Icelic volumes tiro not only a moil valua
ble compendium of tho butt current
literature, but a highly tuagmllvo gallery
of tlio Fine Arts.
Thatablo. of content for tho iire.ent
number combine tho solid nnd thu en-
tortaluing in about equal proportions.
Among the mora valuable papers aro u
thoughtful essay by Prof. Von Sybcl, on
"Tho Ucrmnn Umpire," n fine criticism on
"Hrownlng'a Pooun," Tho Truo Story of
Francescuda Blmlul,'' "The JUcvrdt of
the Vonotiati Ioqultitlon," "How I camo
out of Pnris.in a llalloon," "Mr. DIcken.'
Amatuur Theatricals," and somo tun or ii
dozen otltcn, besides the odltorlal mis
cullaules. A new story, entitled "Patty,"
Is commenced this mouth, to run through
Published by K. n.a'elton, 108 Fulton
Street, Now York. Terms, $.r) per year.
tleri'ymn and Teachers, 9. otngio
copies, 45 eouti. .
Aqhicultukal Sociity. Wo mjtlfo
us, aro busily ongagod.irAorgaair.lrig agri
cultural aoclatles.'irYlirth'o cliize,nsi of
Cairo permit anotUeryoar ,io .'pass wlth
out tnklng an oflcctual, move in tho di
rection of ' orglslrig "'suoii .wtotyfor
jlibj'wujttyV hop? oA. rMMmo
ouovsrsed-inthu uiaUerstart it i. '
' , A a0 litock of PUJsJshlnjp gOQtto'.of all
kinds always. on hnd at P. Netty; No. 70
Oli'lo Lovi-e. v tdac&Hf
For Mayor :
For City Clerk i
For City Marshal :
For City Altornoys
p. h. pepK. p
- Select Oranoil at Largat
City at f.argc-W. P, HAIXIDAV,
" " " DABIELMfBD.
Tlirf following gentlemen were recom
mended by the same meeting for Council
men and Aldermen:
1.1 .WartlFAUI. O. BCUVH,
P. R. eWARD,
i ABI1 n. iwatnk;
HUt'. ITHATT9W, '
J. If. vsiuinri
'.fit l .
Services will be held in the following
Methodist CiiURca. Services at 10:30
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday 'school at 3
p.m. Itov. W. II. Scott, of Metropolis,
win prcacn. .
PBsynirrrHr'AX Service at' 10-.30 a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. Sunday" school at 3 p.m.
11 ' n' . - . .
ivor, v. u. rooio, pallor.
KrisrOML-Kev. Mr. Ooan, rector.
Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sun
doy school at 9 a.m.
Catholic Ciicncii.-Father OHalloran,
pastor. Sorricos at 8 and 10:30 .m. and
Dutch llKFoauED-Itov. Mr. U el big,
pastor. Services at 10:30 a.m. and 7:30
CuRts-mx Church. Mission Sunday
school at-n p.m. Superintendent Joseph
A Hare ChaxckA splendid brick
residenco and two lots for five dollars.
Now Is your tlmo to Invest In Hellly's gift
ontorprito, a tho drawing will certainly
tako placo oa or about the lit of April
next. Tho other prlrc aro four beautiful
building lots. Tho property Is situated
on the corner of 23d street and Holbrook
avenuo, 200 yards from tho Lorretto
Academy, and 300 yards from the public
High School. It Is two feet nlno Inches
abovo tho established city grade, and com
mands a magnlscent and pkturotquo
lew of. tho Mississippi and Ohio rivers
flowing by on either side. Thoro Is not a
butter llnlihcd retldciicnco lit thu city, and
rnlr n few that nro more c$mmodjpus. JtJ.j.
vw.utii tun iuuiiii, skuui which uro mriio
double parlorj. The front imrtlon it
rurniined with costly marble mantles.
mi. ..uu i. ... ...
iiivvmicu iiuiiuiug is unco, entirely ex
cluding all moitturo and ilampne.s. Tbn
balconies aro encompassed by Iron rail
ingsamt aro cool and pleasant placet
during tlie warm summer evenings. The
eiisuu irmneurriiuriuillg 1110 tirOIIIISCS are
ml....l . 1 It
the finest in tho city and tho admiration of
every ono who behold them durlnt? tho
spring and summer months. Poach, near
and applo tree aro planted on
all tho lots. The original
cost of the property H,300, number of
tickets issued 2,C00 or 1,300 less than the
flrst cost. Thcro nro a few hundred tickets
yet uutqld in thu hands of Moasrs. A. B.
Satl'ord and C. X. Hughes, cashiers of tho
City and First- National Banks. Messrs
lUlliday and Satford, president and
cashier oftho City National Bank; Messrs.
Kurd and Hughe?, president and cashier
of the First National Bank, and Colonel
S. Taylor and C. Winston, Ems, are
the gentlemuu who have tho entire control
nnd management of the enterprise.
Kditoii Bulletin : During my ab
sence from tho city, u meeting was held by
sumo of my follow-uitlzcus, mid, on read
ing tho proceeding as published, I And
my namo used In connection with tho
office of Alderman In tho Second Ward,
Patting many reasons why I cannot bo-
como n candldato, I havo to say that my
professional connection with Important
litigation adrortu to tho city, in my Judg
ment, rendors it highly Improper furiuo to
accept any otiice under tho city govern
ment. I therefore adopt this plan to pub
licly say that I am not a candidate
Very retpoctfully, your,
S. y, WHKELfJR.
Caiuo, Fob. as, 1871.
' Cairo, Feb. IS, 1871.
Tajhe Editor the Cairo llulUtu.
DiahSir t Through' thn sollclutlon
oi many or mo Don citmsns or tlio city, I
consented to bocoii a candldato for City
Clerk, subjcot to tho discussion oftho Dem
ocratic party. As tho Democratle party
has concludod to make no nominations,
and believing It to bo for tho Interest of thu
party for me to do so, 'you will pleasn
withdraw ray namo from thu cauvass.
O. P. LYON.
-Tho house of Capt. Y. P V0 ,M "
entUrodonThur.dyoveningr!leC.'h9 7. 1 rfonn 'thi , 'duties of
Hulliday wasunturudon Thursday evening
hut, and euventeon silver spoons taken,
besides a numbor of othor valimblu articles.
Wu aro informed that tlio house of our
friend, Major Loomls, tf Bhawnootown,
was ontorod last week, nnd much vnluablo
Imitation Porcelain Photographs ull
the go taken only by W..T. Worthing,
ton nt his now Photoirra ph art gallery.
OLD TIME ITEMS.
Cairo tavaateaat Tear Ac.
Cairo lawyor wero Edward Willot, T.
Bawling and "W. A. Hacker. S. S. Tay
lor, John Tlowlcy and Dr. Young wero
A public meeting was held near tho
stono depot, for tho purpoto of tncorporat
ing "Cairo. Judge Corcoran was elected
chairman, and W. A. Uacktr secretary.
Klghty votes werejeast in favor e.f Incor
poration, and nono against. The following
persons wero elected Trutteei t S.fS. Taj.
lor, M. B. Harrcl), B. Shanneay, L. W.
Young and P. Staplcton.
J. H. Sampson was Principal of Cairo
James L.Brown was Sheriff, and A.
W. Anderson was Clerk of' Alexandor
During this year the State Legislature
Len Faxon withdrew from the Timet
and started the D'tfa.
I). C. Stewart kopt a taloon and rcrtau
Tho following notice appeared In tho
"Bill Ilallldar. of thn imn.r.lt.1. ..J
incomDarabie illa-hflvar. hat. atmu.l l.M
thlt offlce under obligations, mntldnrlnw
al... I.- i . - . . oi
"i uu(i. a iciiiperanco man. '
A negro nan by tho namo of Joe Spen-
eer was arrested and taken before Kaauiro
nnannessy. Tho negro bad in his pottes-
sIop a kegof powder and a revolver. After
entering the office ho put tho powder on
tho table and thruit Into it his revolver
and declared that If they did not do him
ustlce lie would blow the house to atoms.
Tho Timti of this year complained of a
lack of effort on the part of officers to ar
rest thieves. .
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Jfw Tleae Tabla.
On and after 12:30, p. m., Sunday, Dec.
4th, the following time tablo will govern
the arrival and departure of passencrr
train at Cairn ;
Mall train leaves at &40 a.m.
Kxprcs " at 3:30 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
leave at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves at... 12:30 p.m.
Mall arrives 2:03 a.m.
Express arrives -.12:24 p.m.
St. Louis and Cairo Express
arrives M 4:43 p.m.
Tho last named train leaves St. Louts
at 10:30 am. Traders can leave Cairo at'
0 a.m., reach St. Louis at 7:25 a.ro., re
main in the city three hours, and return I
to Ualro at 4:4, p.m. the same day. I
Tha 12:30 accommodutldn nnd Cairo
and St. IaiuU exproaa -leave dally; all otli
vm ilUjraaanttunilajra. .
Way pussengors should bear in mind
that tho 3:30 p.m. train .makes only four
stoppings between Cairo and Contrails,
Tin : Joncsboro, Carbondalc, Du Quoin
and Ashloy. Tho 12:30 p.m. train stop
at all tho station, along tho route.
ducStf Ageat, Cairo.
MoHiiAN. Mr. Morgan announces him
self as a candldato for City Attorney
Tills gentleman has boon engaged
fur some tlmo back about tho ofllco of
Tin: ilULi.KTiv, and wo aro known In tho
city as his personal and political friend.
That Mr. Morgan baa takon his present
stop with the intention of bringing to our
door the reproach of acting In bad faith
with tho gontlcmen with whom wa aro
associated In the citlrons' movement wo
cannot believe, but tho peculiar relations
ho sustain towards us does, in our opinion,
reflect upon our good faith
la thlt tuattur. Wa Uerafore
couplo with tho announcement of his can
didacy tho declaration that wo cannot and
do not desire to glvo him our support. Wo
abldu most loyally by the the ticket
wo wero committed to at tho cltlrens'
meeting, and shall maintain It against all
comers, whether thoy appear in thu
gulso of friendship or approach as open
Fkick vs. Alcxa.ndkk Coumtt. The
Jury in tho cato of Frlch it. Alexander
county returned u verdict In favor of
Frick for $300u. Wo aro informed by
thoio present that had tho cato been tried
before the Court, the verdict would havo
been for the count. A motion was oti
tored for a new trial and was argued on
Friday. Liucgar and llotet appeared for
tho plalntill' and Green A Gilbert for
defen Jaut. It is said by thotu present that
the cause of tho county was ably repre
sented by .Tudgo Green and Mr. Gilbert.
If a new trial Is granted the cause will not
go to the United States Supreme Court.
H aruan voh Councilman. Hr. John
Q. Herman anuounce hlmolf us a candi
date for tbq Select Council for the city at
large. This makes three Itiehmonds who
art in tho Held, and only two can be elect
ed. Whllo we arc, of course, a supporter
oftho citlcert's ticket from tho top to tbo
bottom from Lansdonto Hurd inclusive
w cannot deny to Mr. Herman tba
justice to any that ho It an
vwuuviiutaauitigtinsiy aim wiin an eye
single to tho city's good.
Woxuk. The Jonosboro Uaufle In ro-
forring to a notlco In The lliu.xn.v a
few days ago that small boyt' were soon on
our streets drunk, remarks that In Joues
boro they haro been seen carrying ro
volvors to school. Wo dlsTer with tbo
Gazette, drunkenness Is Infinitely worse
than carrying revolver!.
Editor Bulletin: Plcnio anounco
my withdrawal as n candldato for Mayor.
Not having any fear of tho Republican
party, nor Jcnring anything nbout boing
called hard mines, I shall glvo to Mr.
Harroll my cordial support, nnd.hopomy
frionds will do llkowiso.
JOHN (J. HAKMAN.
Feb. 26th, 1871.
All SniPPKD. Wo loarn from tho
Joncsboro Oazette that tho last of Colonel
Peebles' machlnor'y for tho box factory
has been removed to Cairo.
A 'lartT. Two young boys got Into a
MMculty yesterday, Jn tho vicinity
of Vim court house. Ono of tho lads gavo
tfcaothi. a very sovero blow with a cano
abovtho tr, Inflicting a sovero wound.
Tho partlos won arrested, nnd both lined
W. T. Wortimnoton v,n,s at homo
In his new Photograph art giii,ry. hq
makes every body and ovorybodya. chiU
drcn fool at homo while thoro, as his piu
turos of everybody nnd everybody's chll
dron will show. Cull and sco fur your
selves. Over Kockwoll & Co's Book store.
Gold found In Cairo without pick or
shovel, in buying tho best wagons In tho
market, which aro found at tho wagon
factory of J. P. Gambia, corner of 32d St.
and Ohio lovee, at wholcsalo and retail.
Voman Fou.vii Dkad. A woman was
found dead last wock, about two miles
from Carbondalc. An Inquest was held,
and n verdict rendered that sho died from
tho effects of dissipation and uxposuro.
A niauLAK meeting of Cairo
Lodee No. aa", A. F. nnd
A. St.. will bo. held at Masonic
to-morrow (Monday) oveninc, the
27th Inst at T 1-'.' o'clock. Visiting
V. U. KEHNi?Y,
Mrs. T. Gaffiiey will glvo u candidates'
party on Monday oveninp, at her resid
enco on Washington Avenue, corner of
4th street. Como ovorybody.
Steamers Jas, Fisk, Jr., Paducah.
Messenger, Now Orleans,
G. Republic, St. Lou!,
(Julckstepi jtvaasylllc, M
City of Chlster, Memphis,
lion Accord, St. Loubi,
Sam Brown, St. Louis,
ii Richmond, Now Orleans,
Columbia, Ark, River,"
City of Alton, fit. Louis,
Alice Dean, Memphis,
Shannon, New Orleans,
Hello of Memphis, St. I.otiW,
Jas. Fisk Jr., Paducah,
G. Republic, Now Orloiuit,
City of Chlstor, St. Louis,
Ron Accord, Rottirn,
Sam Rrown, Return,
Silver Moon, Memphis,
Richmond, St. Louis,
Columbia, Ark, liivor,
City cf Alton, Now Orleans,
" k Alico Dean, Cincinnati,
" Alaska, New Orleans,
" Hello of Memphlt, Memphis,
ii . -
stV" Thu Lumsden leaves for NnMivlllo
Alico Dean liaa l.'17'J bales cotton
i 1 1 i i i ip
US' Tho Jas. Fisk i out uvery ovoning
for Paducah nnd way points.
tTho'ldlewlM ls tho Packet this
evening for Kvunsvillo.
Tho James Phk, LdniFdeii, Quick
step, brought slim trips.
ks9"ThoMcssnger had n big trip suijnr
nnd molasses for tho Ohio river.
HSr Tho Republic uddeil but littlu and
departed at !i p.m. yesterday.
sjQ-Butlnesit ns fair ns could bo iixpect
ed for tho weaiher.
Airrhu dyer is rising Hill at tbo rtito
of about C Inches por day.
ItirThn MiasUtippl Is also ruing with
good water abovo and bolow.
ItSTTho City of Clmstcr discharirod
illl baluM cotton, 700 sxh dried fruit for
jfirTho Ohio is fulling nlowly ut Pit U
burL' with 7 foot S' incliet iu'tho cbaun fit
also slowly at Uinoinuritl, but is rlsinir ' i
Luultvlllo with H feet water on tho Mil.
' HTA drenchinc VhIii fell witiuiit i n
tenulttlon all day yeitenlay considerably
retafdlpg buslnesj on tho eveand cau st
ing tho local pookett tocotuoln with vot'j.
tSf Tho. Kii'bmoiiii dUuliargod lis I
106 hhdt sugar ISS sks oolleo, 140 bb Is
sjtolsMes 8080 bit raisins, 119 pkgs sundis is,
fcr Cairo and Uhlcago and has 430 hhi Is
atid 000 bxs sugar, 87 sks codec, 070 bl ils
molasses, largo lot sundries for St. Lot th.
jjjNTir pjtiHt, ;
Chartered March SI, IBS
. orricsa ix
City National Bank
A. II. SAFFOHD. Prealdent .,
H. S. TAYLOR, Vlce.Pnltirti
W. IIVSLOP, Heeretarjr and Trsaaarar.
1. W.IUnOl. tY, OUAH. OAXIflllEIl,
F. M. HTDOItVI.F.T'r, PAULO. BCHOH.
Jt. II. CUNM.NOUAM, W. P. IIALLtDAT,
J. it 1'IIILLIPS. -K
lteno.lt of nay Amount ReeelTetl rrosa
Tea Ccnta Upward..
Inlere. t paid on l epos It. at th rata ot 6 per cent,
per annum March lalarul Hcpt.iltt.-.
Interest not withdrawn I added Immedlat.ly to
Ih prlncipnl of tho deposits, there!? girlDK them
Hurries! WetvieB (! Chlltlrcsi
May clopo-lt ruoner no that ,
hooxk'blne CAR DRAW IT.
pen cverr tiulneK ilav from 0 a.n.ta3D.ra.
o.r Snturd.y eteniiiR far HAVINO DKP09IT9
-ui) , irmii u to su'clovx.
W. riTSLOr. Treasurer.
! umm Mi
ttASIKt. IIITflD, Hrcalttasstl
niii:ni' v. .wim.kss, viec-Pra.i
V. A. UVUUVH, Ciutll.r.
Collections Pfomplly Made.
KxclmtiKe. Cola, Baak IfottM
a nil Urillcsl Ntsatcii 8ecui
tlv Ilnnsiht aatl
Allowed en TIae Deposit.
CUT HnTIONU bihk
capital - - lt0,000
W. P. HAXI.1DA.V, Praldat
A. O. SAFPOItn, Ca.hteri
WALTKIt IIYSLOP, AaatataatCaalil.r
tleo. II. llilaa
A. II. SaffjrJ.
W. I'. Halllda,
Exchange, Coin' ni
IT. H. Itond BonKht
. t? : . . avt ' 1JI .IwTi
" 'JL ) .- a
W. Hlralion, T . T. Uird.
uceetaoni to BlrtUiB,llii.t.ro A Clark,)
B7 OXZXO ItJslVM
AeentK ol Atusrleait Pawttar Cv, sasstl
MnuulActurrra AkcbU for Ctta Varss-
Q. D. W'sTMLIAMSON',
Jio. 7U Ohio Levee,
Npeolal attenlfaa Klvata Sa (aila
annua aatl Fllllusr r1ra
H. M. HULEN
Has Uemuvcd to 111 Old Sta
j3( ommefcial Avenue
Wliero he tolioi t. a continuance of patron,
hU former cutto inert, a wi ll thai of a man
nm-unea Miliar wntpriineKrH'erli',proTt.l0i7
elis, retliHikiihlr uheup for caeli.
'IVrirm Mrictly raahrlor htch h will m!1
ouerl'rin tlielvnvtt. TU
l'nlte.1 Utea of
America. Boulhera Pietrlet at
Whcroae, cattiaUlh ilav ol rlrosr A. 1).
1STI, Ma-linifly Flowerrw A Co. IlleJ a libel la
i he litriei roitrlof the United SUttt tt tb
Southern Di'triotof Illlnoit.asaintllh steam.
Ik),u l.otitiille. her Ual. Iwkle. appawt "4 rur
iltiire. iirayiou tlwi tlie ani. in lepn,,nmea
I KOflinili ' . v ' - ' " -" ' - . ' " ' .
auoat Luu t-
-.v rKterfaiii", lleimty. U. H. Muahal
i. uisu ' i my w itiasitiw '
1'nOI'AO.VTOIt AND DJ1AI.EU IN
ladlua- lUasa, J!u
'Villa if ' tRiclgo.
N. II. KmJ orler liclt4 anJ f.oiui,ly
.' ..).. iir.i: Won Uy la March
I', lJ- uJr h Mi. tc, Moim aad I,
lX$li.'.W"-l'. " Witntl fofirtol
.fsulea will b nt the UnlU.l Hlate.
.-.V.ii rio.ii " th.eitnf Oilro, oulha flr.t Hon
ilim "'"' furtl, t'Jali'f Hiowud rm.
i L 1 6 0 tier of oyrtierS, a4 at Mraou who
.i ur claim ar ialf rtsi'theramaV. hereby
.'ii, in bonul MPixar iti tho time ami Hai. afur-
unnniniTilli IMIl DTALKII IN JL