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THE OAlBO BTTXiXiBTIIsr, FElBie,TJ.I"3r 28.
At the earnest solicitation of many eraoneI
friends t hereby announce myself as a candidal
for Mayor, at the entuing charter election.
II. S, llAlllir.l.L.
For City Attorn. y.
Eoitoi UoiLSTian At carmst nJ per
sonal rcquoatof friend of ootli iiolllleul parti
I am canuldato Icr City Attorney.
JUtl(). MOIIO A.N,
We aro authorised to announce John M. Lam
Uen a. a candidate for re-election to the office of
City Attorney at the earning municipal election,
For City Marshal.
yr are authorised to announce ANDREW CAIN
a candidate for the office of City tlarihal. aub
eel to the dec Won of the Democratic party.
We are tulhorlted to announce that HENRY T.
MARTIN will te a candidate for the office of City
Marahal. at the enaulns charter election, tub.
act tothetUcielon of the Democratic party.
We are autborlted to announce JOHN 1IROWN
ae a candidate for City Maralial, eubject to the
declilon of the democrats party.
We are authorised to announce WILLIAM T.
HSOfTaa a candidate lor City MeretuJ at the en.
aula charter election.
For CHy Clark.
At the requeat of rainy friend, 1 am rand I
data for the nfficeof City Clerk, auliject lothe tie
cluon of the Democratic part.
MICH A EL J, IIOWLKr.
We arn authorised to announce O. P. LYON aa
a candidate for City Clerk, subject to the decit ln
nflhe dernocratlo party.
rJTILL IN TJIK FIELD.
We are authorlied (announce the name of J.
T. THOMAS aa a candidate for the office of City
Clerk at the ensuing municipal election. w
For City Treasurer.
We are authorised to aanounce JOHN II V
LANDaa acandldate for the office ol City Trtw
ereratthe eneulng election.
We are authorised to announce JOiKI'H It.
TAYLOR, aa .candidate for re-election to the of.
Ace of City Treasurer at the ensuing municipal
For Neleet Coatxll.
F.Ditoe LttisTi! Vleaae announce my name
as aeasdldete for the office of relect Council fur
the city at large. JOHN Q. IIARMAN.
We are authorised to aenounte N. L. WICK
WIRE a a 'candidate for the Helect Council
from the Third Ward, at the enaulng munici
We are authorised to announce John McNulty
candidate far the Helect Council at the entiling
c tarter elections, lor the Klrtt Wsrd.
We are authored te announce that W. (1
Caryl a acandldate for member ot the Hoard of
Aldermen from the Klrtt Ward.
We are authorised to announce JCHKI'II
MENDEL at a candidate fur re. election to the
Hoard of Aldermen from the Hecund Ward.
At tut rc'iuejt of many frienda 1 am a candi
dal, for the office of Alderman of the Second
Ward. ARTHUR DOYLE.
CW. DVNNIJVti, M. I. Rea.
IDKMCK-Corner Ninth and Walnut
OKriCK-Corner Biith Street and Ohio Leree
ntyiCX IIOUBt-From t e,m. in It m., anJ
WILLI4M R. niTH,M. I
RESIDENCE No. , Tlilrteenth ree
etoeea Waahlogtoa Arenue and Walnut Street
OFFCE.-US Cctnercial Am.m , ut stair.
HWARD.VEK, M. D., Cairo
e RESIDENCE Corner of Nineteenth at.,
and Wathlgton ate. OKKICK-On Commercial
ae., nf.r "tie Potlofflce. OFFICE 7OUIU
froin to. m to li m., (.SuDdaja esceptedj and
from 2 to J p in.
ft. BRIG II AH, M.I.
OBce, 130 Commercial ATcnnf,
WtBcellenre, Hta 10 svbs , st 1 loS p.m.
lUatdeace, No. 14, Ninth street, Cairo III.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLORS AT
eTslllaaa H. 3rss, ) ...
tVllllasm M. SJIHMM, CAIBO, ILL.
Ilea F. Walter, J
Hpecial attention girta to Admiralty aad Steam
USee oss Oo.lol.evee. Kaonas 7 astd
oyer CHy Hallossal Bank.
jl.NEOAH, MVNS POPE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
B. T. Llatarar,
U. W. Maststi
P. H. Pope.
OFFICE-On Hc'cnth Ktrctt, Winter's lilock,
WOOD, COAL, ETC.
UOU AND COAL.
IF1. ZMI. WABD
la prepared to dellier the beat
Fire Wood & Stone Coal
In any part of the city, In uny quantity dealt ed,
ou short notice.
Coal Delivered at $4 GO Per Ton.
OFFICE Otsr Beerwart, Orth Co.'a alove
store, twodoors abotre the corner of Eighth alreet
and Commercial arenue. de cOit
Cairo City Book Bindery
I. prepared to
ajassaraelure Bleak Book! and do al
kind of Book Binding and BaHag.
73 Ohio lievee,
HOUSE RAISING AND MOT:
SUMERWELL & BAIRD
Are prepared to take contracts for ralslogor
ot leg ho aesof any see or description, oany
other in4of work ta their line,
ri... hate all the mu hinerr appliances for re
iiTinVor ruislng houses onsUoriBOUce, anda.k
oshaie I PMI riOMI er4U
llo.v. AVatpojc Weiih li nt homo.
Tim flnt lots solJ In Cairo woro In 18.VJ
I'gino.vAL. Win. U. Gilbert, I). T
Llncgar ond Jncob O. Lynch, Ksqs., re
turned from Springfield on Sunday.
r toil if Cholco Family Flour in bbl
half bhls., sacks, &c, for sale nt thoKgyp
Man Mills. au
Auoi'T 4000 steamboat landed at our
wharf during tlio year 1870, containing
noorly 2,500,000 tons.
For jilstols and cartridges and buwio
kulvcs, go direct to 1. NufTf, No. 70 Ohio
Hciiooi. property in Ciro, including
both public and private, out over seventy
flvo thousand dollars.
Wi: auk nutliorlzed to nntiotincii poii
lively thut O. 1'. Lyon m not ii rnudlilnte
fur City C'lerK.
CiiUitCHM1. Notwithstanding the in
clemency of the weather on .Sunday our
churchc were wall attended.
Satisfaction gwtNUitei-d ut V. T.
Worthlugton's now Photographic Art
Oallery, over Itockwoll ie Co'i. Uook Store.
fob 1 'J if
IJ.viTKK .Statk CofiiT. The Unllod
Stutvs District Court will meet in this
city on Monday neit. The motion, fur it
new trial in the cato of Frick r. Alex
ander County will bo argued during thu
Ir you want u good, stylith and well
fitting suit of clothes, mado to or J or, you
mint go to 1. NefT, No. 79 Ohio Lovcui
Piano iftitHAtr.. A gool secomMiund
piano for ialo cheap for c.tih. Apply to
fcbl.'Utf .St. Churlua Hotel.
Caiko Sr.vit. This iprightly little 'beet
made its appcarunco on Saturday- It con
tained many Interesting article1. ' .f oVin S.
Hacker, Jr., hut an article entitled "The
Young Navigutors of Cache Hi ver.1'
"W. T. Woiitiiixotox U doing n big
bnilnci in cojiylng ond enlarging old
Daguerreotype, Ambrotype and Photo
graphs, making them look n bright h
whan first taken. fcbl'Jlf
HaiiOE!t. The recent heavy rains havo
greatly Injured acveral bridge in our
county. o tindoritand that Judge llrci
will vhlt different sections of the county
this week for the purpose of inspecting tbe
condition of the nowly built bridge!.
Uk.stlcmen'h Dancinu Clapd. -Mr.
Hardy will open a dancing school in
thts city neit Ttteaday evening. Thoo
desiring to lako lesions will pi cine cull ou
Mr. Hardy at Wintor's Illock. 3t
our itio of Friday
it brief biographical
morning, wo gave
ketch of Dr. It, S. Ilriglmti), in which wo
tatetl that ho had practised in tha United
States Navy eight year. It should h.ivii
been ono year and six years In Ohio and
Foil aalo or exchange, 600 ucrc of choke
land In Franklin county on the content-
platd lino of railroad from Bt. Lou's to
Kvanville. 1 will tuchango for Cairo
projKirty. C ULOar..
ltlsstranga what it length oftitno it
takes to wear out IlooH and Miooi when
mado of good material, and Wm. Khlent
use nothing but tho best of everything
tock, workmen and all at bis shop on
Twentieth trcct opposite tho court huuir.
I'krounau M. D (lUtiter, of On:sol.
land, Ii In thu city. Mr. Hunter has bought
Iho Fcnton property, corner of 20th and
Commercial avenue, and will removo into
tho city this week. Ho will thorughly re-
iiiir tlio corn mill ana put it in operation.
iVo welcome Mr. Guntcr to our city.
Taiikk Hr.oTHEits, 83 Ohio Loveo, will
tcreaftcr keep constantly on hand, direct
from tho Eastern Manufacturer tho very
beat winter tlralnod purillcd sperm oil, for
sowing machined, and all lino und light
machinery. This oil Um never yet been
aimorcoded bv nnv of thu iiiunufiirturud
oils, us It never gums or is nllVctod by tho
Tho ChnrtorO.il; Stovo
on salu in all the principal town and
lties throughout thu South and W'vtl.
All rcspcctublo dealers havo them, and
consider them their mint staple arti
Mil. WoitTin.NiiToN'K new Photograph'
ic nrt gnllory is continually crowded. Why?
somo May ask. Woman's reason: because
his pictures uro tfio best mudi in tho city
or Stuto. No exception. fobl'Jtf
"Why will our friends run tho risk of be
coming blind by wearing common Specta
cles, whonthey can procuro tho most per
fect artlclo that bus vet been made, by
calling at or old friends tabcr UroV tho
well known jowelers iind get it pair of
Lazarus & Morris' Perfected Spectacles.
Houston County, Ua.,
Doc. 1808. J"
.Vji . ZtiUn $ Co., Macon, Oa. :
OKSTtEMKN Simmons' Llvor Keg
ulator has beon used in my fumily many
yean with great success. I regard it an
Invaluable fumily mddiclno, und tnku
pleasure in recommending it to tho public.
Kby. J. RUFU3 ELDER.
Tho city wai tho ccno of groat excite
ment yesterday, and tho graiaboppers
wnro as lively us crickets. Tho catorpil'
lora, too critwlod around In a lively man
Tho dlsputos woro tiianyj tho tights few.
A number of gentlemen of tho flnt ro
spectability, In it looso senso, waro about
tlio city all duy, visiting tho different sa
loons on a high old time. Ono gentleman
would swear that tho, "Citizen' Ticket"
wut bound to bo elected, and another that
tho "People's Tickol" was suro to succeed
Hero was n man who displayed his muscle,
and thcro a man who sworo ho weighed a
ton. On every corner llttlo groups wero
aeon, and all tlio men who composed It
wru gesticulating, shaking their heads
arid nvidcntly rcadv for a first-class quar
To-day tho fight culminate", and may
tin: Lunsden ticket win.
Mit. Ei'ITor: Ploato nnnotiunco that
I havo withdrawn from trimrtno
City MuMhnlshlp. I filiull glvo ray hearty
tijiport to Mr. Androw Cain, tho citizen
r.indidato for that ofllec.
HEKltY T. -MAI 'TIN.
1. II. TAKE NOTICKS-I. K.
Where ItarKnliie In Dry 4 in ml a May br
lilt. IIAN.tV I
U now making arrungemeuts forthoopen
ing of tho iring trade. Ha Intends fllllng
hli co:iitnKitus Jtoro ri witli a largo
varlMy of dry goods, comprising ladle'
drc goodi, muslins, tublo linen, carpet
ing, matting und all articles usually found
n similar establishments
Ills curpcU, two ply, tli ro ply und
Ilru"oU, arc of new and elegant jiuttcrns,
and cheaper than havo been brought to
thU toarket. Mr. Hanny Intends adding
to liW stock in this particular, at au early
day, und will show such a variety in styles
and pricei that all purchaser can bo suited.
In othitr urticlcs of dry goods Mr. Hanny s
stock will bo low In price, varloui in kind
rind of the bet luality.
MH. XKt'F WITHim.VWS.
Mi:. Kditoii: Having beon lufomud
that my nninc is being placed upon elec
tion ticktt, and tbo impression ha, got
ubroml that I am nrandldato for the Select
Council from tha Second Ward I drsiro
ou to say that the use of my name was not
uthorijccd by me, and that I am not a
candidato for any office.
lition SAtK. Having doturmined
to loave Cairo and remove to Cincinnati,
Frud Tlteobald will toll hU household and
kitchen furniture, consisting of now bu-
ictus frt, bedsteads Arc. .Sale at tbo
corner of Walnut street, near tho corner
of Fifth street on 'Wednesday morning,
0 o'clock, March 1, 1872. Termr, cub.
1) HnrtMiiu, auctioneer.
Thwe cltl.eni who desire to encourage
mamif.ictorlcs should turn out and vote
to-day for tho Linsden ticket. Thoe op
posed, should fgpport tho Harrell ticket.
Stuanhk Dirs'icutTY. Sunday mor
ning about 11 o'clock two colored men
wero seen coming down tho Ohio levee
alrnvo llotlt street, apparently talking good-
naturedly. Suddenly they stopped.and ono
dealt tho other a severe blow on. tho head.
The blow however was quickly returned.
1 ting on some distance, they again bad
a very sovero encounter blows woro ex
changed until ono finally cried "enough."
As soon as tho whipped darkey sufficiently
recovered from tho cU'octs of tho beating,
they both walked along as If nothing had
happened. What wus tho emtio of tho dif
Jicultv ? Who can toll ?
If you aro in favor of necessary public
improvements voto tho Lansden ticket.
1'um.iti School Liuhakv. Efforts
should bo put forth, to Incroato tho until
borjof voltimuj in thu Public School Libra
ry. Thoro Is ovory convcitlenco In the
publlu s'.'liool building to place in a secure
condition four thousand books; will not
bomo of ouronterprislng people Inaugurate
somo fcitsiblo plan, by which It ran bo
Every citizen who is interested in
tho welfare of Cairo, will turn out to-day,
and voto for the ticket headed with tho
immo of Mr, Lausdeit.
A NnvSTKiMUoAT. Tho Illinois Cen
tral Railroad Company is now building a
steamer to run from Cairo to Columbus,
Sho will be named Illinois," and it i
claimed will bo able to make the trip from
Cairo to Columbus in ono hour and return
in one hour and flfteon minutes. Sho will
bo completed and ready for service by tbo
15th of March.
A Rouou Cubtomkk. A young man
rccont'y called at Mrs. Sohub boarding
house, ad ' engaged board, placing his
carpet-sck 'in possession of Mrs. Schub f
as plcdgo for, punctual payment. Itor,
remaining' therejsevoral days, he 'stole bli
carpet-eack and watch and left for parti
JOHJt 91. LA'IIIDE.1.
For City Clerk :
For City Troasurer,
JOSEPH II. TAYI.OIt.
For City .Marshal !
For City Attorney:
P. If. POPS.
Select Council at Largo:
City at Large-W. P. IIA1XIDAY,
" DAMIEI. Hl'RD,
Tho following gentlcmon wcro recom
mended by the same meeting for Council
men and Aldermen:
lit Ward-PAUL O. MCI1UII,
an C. R. WOODWARD,
3ra JOIIW WOOD.
let Wartt-JAHKS RKAetBKSf,
R. If. CUSXIXGH AH,
A3t S5JS ft. SW.1TRE,
" WM. 8TRATTO.V,
J, If. METCAM-,
a. it. HEAHC
MOVE THE ritACK.
Cairo, Ills., Feb. 1!7, 1871.
To tht Editor of The Cairo JlulUtin:
Sin In the UuttiriN of tho 24th Inst.
appcurod an artless headed " Work for
tho Incoming City Government,'' ying
tho filling up of Commercial Avenue abovo
Division street was needed. It is a much
needed necessity, and should bo done a
soon as practicable. The tax-payers north
of 20lh street havo been outrageously over
assessed to replenish your city treasury'
from which they receive little benefit.
'nY, Mr, Editor, If allowed space in
your paper, wo would respectfully suggest
another llttlo job for your incoming ad
ministration, nurncly: To request tho Illi
nois Central it. It. to' move Its main track
otT i.ovy-j street, and from und north of
18th street, as far hi Levoo street runs to
their plut 1-5 feet west of and parallel to
said Levee street. This is an improvement
which many citizens demand, and which
should bo acceded to for tho following ttnd
many other reasons :f
1st. On tho main track alluded to, so
many trains arq passlug dally that it is
dangerous to life to walk on ono of your
public streets (Lerco street) without Im
minent danger of death from said trains
witness: Two men, according to the Coro
ner's inquest, have been killed on said
itrcot by said Illinois Central R. It. near
2'JJ street. Ono of tho best and most re-
spuctod of employed officials got his hand
mutilated the last year from the effect of
the crowding in too small a space. So,
Vail. My removing iho main track you
will havo a roadway eluven feet wido from
20th street to your general manufacturing
establishments north of 3'Jd streot, which
will not be more than wo demand, and ex
pect. 3rd. The Illinois Central R. R. will
accodo to it at once. Her interest demands
moro facility than Levoo street a (fords, and
that is tho question. "Wo want to know
on what ground we stand. So, have tho
Tobacco S.itn. At tbo sale at tho
Ballard warohouso, D. Ilurd & Sons, pro
prietors, on Saturday, tlio liJtli Inst., a
large board of buyers wore present and
prices good, with no rejections. Fif
teen hogsheads sold a follows;
STILL IN THE FIELD."
Mit. Editor : 1' learn from TVir Paper
that I havo withdrawn from tho ''Cltlzons'
Ticket," and will not stand us tho candi
date for tho Select Council from tho Sec
ond Ward. I havo authorized no such
announcement to bo mitclo. 1 wut nomi
nated as a candiduto for. Select Council;
ond, if elected, will perform the duties of
tho poaitlon to tho boat of my ability.
C R. WOODWARD.
TAYI.OK VOIt TllKAHUKKit. Ill TlIE
1IUM.KT!, Sunday morning, tho Citizens'
Ticket was published. Wo copied tho ticket
from a local cotemporary,an(3,bv somo mis
chance, that journal had omitted Mr. Tay
lor's mime. Tho opponents of Mr. Taylor
havo taken advantage of this error to cir-
culuto tho voport that ho has withdrawn
from tho canvass, but this i not true, Ho
ii a candidate, and confident of triumphant
tttccoai. -Mr. J. II. Taylor is ut present
the incumbent of tho Treasurer's ofllcc.
and Is n splendid ofllcor. His uccounU tiro
all bhlpshupo, and his books model to
copy after. We ftvo not tho leant doubt
of Mr. Taylor' election.
i Mkhhus. Joiin H. OuKittY & Co: Hav
ing seen my namo published as a candi
date for Councilman at Large for tho city
of Cairo, I wish to state through your
papor that I do not desire any office, and
am not a candidate, not having authorized
the use of my name.
R. W. MILLER.
Cairo, Fab. 27, 1870.
HAS NOT WITHBDAW.V.
Mr. O. R. Woodward Is n cnndldato for
tho Select Council from tho Second "Ward,
notwithstanding tho reports to tho contra
ry. He has not withdrawn fromthocon
tct, and doc not intend to do so. Every
body knows Mr. Woodward to bo a
thorough-going business nan, wVo is fully
alive to tbe Interests of tho city, orvl be
should bo elected by an overwhelming
Administrator' a Salk. The under
signed administrator of tho estate of John
Vandyko deceased, will toll about 300
bushels of corn, at a field joining Wh It-
camps place outsldo of tbo Cairo Lorce, on
tho 2Btb inst., at 2 o'clock p.m.
Tho corn will bo sold on ilx months,
credit, the purohntcr giving a noto with
approved security. ISAAC WALDEK,
.ItT received by C. Hanny, corner of
Eighth and Commercial, n largo stock of
I'rinU of tlio latest style.
Wantkii Boarders. A limitod num
ber of gcntlomcn can bo accommodated
with day boarding In a pleasant find con
venient part of tho city. Torms reasonable
Apply at rosldnnco on Twnltli streot be-
fwcen Commercial and Washington aven
ues, Cairo, 111.
MRS. J. I. WARWICK.
No Fioiith. Whon we consider tho
intenso excltment yesterday over thu
election to-day in some parts of tho city, it
I astonishing that wo havo no severe light
ing scrapes to record.
W. T. WoitTuixtiTO.v seems at homo
in his now Photograph art gallery. Ho
makes ovcry body and everybody's chil
dren feel at homo whila there, as hi pic
tures of evorybody nnd everybody's chil
dren will show. Call and sco for your
solves. Over Rockwell &Co' Rook store.
Wa.ntkd. A lady (tvhtto) nearly torty
years or age wants a situation a. cook or
chain ler-mold. Apply to MaryClark, b
tweon HUh aiid 20th street", Commercial
If you aro In favor of putting down the
rascally snoak-tlilnf gamblers, voto the
If you are it friend of public decency,
vnU ll.tf iititt. - "
If you dcIro nn energetic city govern
ment, vote thoLansdeit ticket.
If you wish harmony In the city govorn
ment, vote the Lansden ticket.
Circuit Court c-jmmoncod yestorday
monring, but without doing nnybuilnen
of Interest adjourned until Wednesday
Judge lirnwM opened probate court
yesterday but adjourned to AVedneaday
Pr.itsoN.w. Wo had tho pleasuro of 11
call yestorday from LouU Mathews
of this city at present doing
bttstnci in St. Louis.
t'Ani'KT and oil cloths, new and of tho
latest style, just received by Hanny, cornor
of Sth street and Commercial avenue. Call
nnd examine. feb29dlw
ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Xtw Time Tablv.
On and after 12:30, p. in., Sunday, Dec.
4th, thu following time tablu will govern
tbo arrival and dupnrturo of paii6ngor
trains at Cairo;
Mail train loaves at HMO a.m.
Express " " ut IM0 p.m.
St. LouU and Cairo Express
leaves at 1:20 a.m.
Accommodation leaves iit...l2:!10 p.m.
Mull arrive i05u.ni.
Express urrives ;Vi:i p.m.
St. Louis ttnd Cairo Exprces
arrives 4:1,1 p.m.
Tho lust named train loaves St. Louis
at 10:30 a.m. Traders can loave Cairo at
1:20 a.m., reach St. Louis ut ":-) n.m., re
main in tlio city throu hours, and return
to Cairo at 4:45 p.m., the tamo day.
Tlio 12:30 accommodation and Calto
and St. Louis oxpress leave daily jmll oth
ers loavo daily except Sundays.
n ay passengers should bear in mind
that tho 3:30 p.m. train makus only four
stoppings botwton Cairo and Cuntralia,
viz. : .lonc.boro, Carbondule, Du (jtioln
und Ashlcyi ' Tho 12:30 p.m. train stop
at all the station along tho route.
lc3tf Agent, Calm. '
Wosunf.-.The Jonssboro OaieUt In re
forring to a notice In Thr RvLtavriN a
fow days ago that small boys were seen on
our streets drunk, remarks that In Jones
bo ro thoy have boen seV carrying re
volvers to school. We differ with tho
Qaieltt, drunkenness is infinitely worse
than carrying revolvers.
Gold found in Cairo without pick or
shovol, in buying tho best wagons in tho
market, which aro found nt tho wagon
factory of J. P. Gamble, cornorof 32d St,
and Ohio loveo, nt wholcsalo and retail.
Rioiir from Now York to C. Hanny,
cornor of Eighth nnd Commercial, a largo
stock of domestics, bleached muslin, linen,
o., 4c. fb28dlw
The friends of the Lansden ticket should
n.noglect to voto to-day. Tho opposi
tion aro Tory actlvo and very desperate.
Children's vlctuee a specialty at
Worthington's no- Photographic Art
A larok stock of furnishing gu of all
kinds always on hand at P. Neffs, w 79
Ohio Levee. decOtf
Iuitatio.v Porcelain Photographs all
tho go taken only by W.T. Worthing
ton nt his now Photograph art cutlery.
Steamers Ja, Flsk,Jr., Paducah.
" Arlington, Columbus,
" Hollo of Memphis, St. Loul,
" Ark Hello Evansville,
" Ronaccord, Md, City,
" Lttmidon, Cairo,
" Lock wood, Red River,
" Sam Rrown,
" II. C. Yeagor, Xow Orloan,
" St. Joseph, St. Louis,
" Julia, St. Louts,
Charleston, St. Louts,
UUh, St. Louts,
Shamrock, St. Louis,
Verglnla. Now Orleans,
St, Marys, Evansville,
Grand Tower, Memphis,
Continental, St. Louis,
Cityof Vlcksburgh, Vlckburgh
Comet, St. Loui,
rctrol, No. 2, St. Louis,
Carrlo,. V. Cauntz, Pittsburg,
Odd Fellow, Now Orleans,
Uolle of Memphis, Memphis,
Ark Bello, Evansville,
Ronaccord, fit. Louis,
iucawooa, at. i.ouu,
Sam Drown, St. Louis,
H. C. Tengor, St. Louis,
St. Joseph, Memphis,
Utah, St. Loul.
Glencoo, Now Orleans,
St. Marys, Evansville,
Grand Towor, St. Louis,
Rubicon, St. Louis,
Continental, St. Louis,
Abeona, St. Louis,
City of Vlcksburg, St. Louis,
Petrol No. 3 Loulsvlllo,
Alps. Now Orloans,
Carrlo V. Cuunty Now Orleans,
Odd Follow, Cairo,
sV Tho Great Republic received 300
ftSrTho St. Josoph and Julia rccctvcd
about 40 tons ouch at this port.
StS-Tlie Fisk Jr., loaves for Paducah
ovcry evening excopt Sunday.
, .1 1 .
JtSTTlio Mississippi and tributaries ure
on the rumpago, rising rapidly.
iiyTbo Quickstep is tho regular packet
for Evansville thts evening.
ftaSf Butinea has not been so brisk since
Saturday, as for tlioprovious wool;.
kul' Tho Continental wu still receiving
last evening, und expected to take :)00
tons from this port.
Bkr The weather wus clear again
yesterday, with prospect of fair weather to
come mercury 4 J.
2r The river ha risen IK inches In
the putt 21 hours, making 11 rlso a feet
tS Inches slnco lust report.
The Jus, Fisk, Jr., ba'tight out 1
hhd tobacco for cars, U do, for St. Louis
14 do and lot sundries, for reshipmcnt
tcir The Ohio is rising ono Inch per
hour at Louisville with nearly 11 feet
wator in the sehttto over tho falls and 8
on the rocks for nscauding boaU.
IkirThe Cairo and Nashvilla' Packet
John Luinsdou cloared about noon on Sua.
day with n splendid cargo nearly full
of groceries and product).
liar' The St. Marys brought lie malls
and pasaengera for tbo ldlewlM. which is
repairing at Kvansvillo, nd will bo out
all right on Thursday next, Iter regular
Tho If. O. Vaoser, (Htigrt Carrlor
Yaogar) arrived on Sunday, ten days out
from Mew Orleans, having 1175 tons on
beard, and having encountered as bad
Tvoathor as can over bo found, and a rap
idly rising river all tho way up. The els-
phant woj still In charge of his trunk, and
used It against a nigger on board, "In r
way ho dosplsed," as tho trunk wasslappod
against hi jaw hard enough to knock
him down which it did. A huge black
boar bolonging to Van Arab-art's menkge
crlo died on tho way. The Yacgcr dis
charged horo '17 hhds sugar, 114 .bags cof
fee, 18 bbl molasses, lObbls oil.
Chartered Marcb 31, 186
City Rational Bank
A. n. SAITOHD, Prellenl
H. H. TA.YI.OR. Vlce-I'resldeotl
w. iiYSLUi', Herretary ami Treasurer.
It U. CU.S.MNt UKM JV. P. HAtiLlDAi,
J. m Vmuutts.
Deposits of any Amount IleeeWed froaa
Tea Cent. Vpweritt.
Inlereat paid oa depoalta at the rate of e per cent.
ier annum Mnrch lat and Hept. lat.
laterett not withdrawn laiwleil Immediately to
tha principal of the ilepoaltt, thereby siting tuam
KHrrled Wencn and Ckllslrca
Mavdepupit mnney an that
HOO.VK KLKK CA.V DHAW IT.
nin erery tualneat day from 9 an.lnSp.ni.
and' Hnturday enminK for H.WI.SU fJEPOdlTS
enlr. frnmC to So'cloca
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
DANIKI. 1SIJIID, S'reattlettli
ssnrKr w. mrxKK, vscscPvosm
V. 1. III'GIII:m, Cnaliler.
Collections taplly Made.
lixclinntrc, Coin, Bnnk Ifetca
Hiul united Ntatc Hectiri
lntertsit Allowed oa Tine DufSMttu
CITY NATIONAL BANK
c'ltoitnl - - 100,000
W. P. IIA.LI.lDAT, PreSlaesttl
A. SJAVsTORD, Cashteri
WALTER 11VILOP, AulstaatCJaulUer
Htaata Taylor W. I. HallKay,
Uro. D. nillUatasa,
A. II. NarTord.
xcIinnKct Coin ansi
AHIiMrBAfc BAWKIHQ BCTHsTHIS
W. titration. T. Utrd.
gTIIATTON & UI1CI,
ticretaors to Htratton. uuuson A Carle,)
Asreatt. ol Amerlrata Powder Co.,
HauaufacStarora AaTeatofor Cos loss V,
Q I. WILLIAMSO',
No. tC Ohio l.evco,
hpccl.tl atirtitlon alvrit to Con sifts
ttirnle and Kllllnst Ortlera
H. M. HULEN
Has Itemovcil to Ills Old .SUa
Whern heeolloi ta a continuance of patronage
111. furinrrctialo niera. H .'' ,nau
new onea r may w.mt pr Imejtrweriee, rroviaioney
oU-., rfinitrkiitfy hji for run.
Tirmai blri'tly calh. t" whlth to mil eett
jroTifi;.f , ,
I'nlteJ f America. Houtliern District Ol .
Illinois-". iS Jk.lU. In T
U'lirrunt, on tlio lllh day ol Kehruary A. D. -r
in . iy to nam iiwiihtiu I ho uui cjf(HW) lour tiun.
drrdHitdtuent) Dollaro. nttitttitrraj, ty virtue of
ijioccm hi dim form of In, to nuiliipcli'd,.
vuruublo oa Ct flrl you Jy laVM ts15i fljpe
ville, livr U. ata, tic;, uloretuKlan.f nre fho tain.
In my cuttody. . ,,... m
Notlc. I. iicr.by sitt-n, taut a Bittnrt qasii el,
theUuitadHtate.mil Utltrld al the I'nit.d oSaesi' v
Court room u th. city af Udro, nuttie Aral MtMi-
itaym aiarca nil. ivrum triatoi uiwuu
rayer l uld litel.
JuIlN I,. kllUTr.
. . . .i . . .
Cairo, Ills., February II, U7l.-(ttilWlU
v. n. niiM
M.a, awi uanttvt wwt.i.iattia.iwinwj
hate or olalrn any tuiereai I herein," art Mlffl
elled to lw and appear al thu tun. and plate afore,
aid.toehow cauae, K any ttiity haeOo a tiosreo
aoouldnut 1m resdeied la auuuidueo wistt tho