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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1873
I'nbllMlloa amre. Hat l tin HalMIng
LOCAL WKATIIKIt IIEl'OKT.
U. S. Hm. Sr.u., OnsKiiVRit'fl Omen.
Caiiio, .March 21, lfT.t, 10:11 p.m.
Itaromctcr 2kai and rlilng.
Thermometer M degree.
Maximum temperature last 21 hour?, at
-1. in., CS degrees.
.Minimum temperature. last 21 hour, at
6 a. "m., :2 degree.
Prevailing wind last 21 hour?, ionthcrly
Total number of mile ulad travelled, U
21 hours, ITi.
Daviii.AA". Hauxett. t)brtf r,
We ar aalirlwO I asaouace 3ir. Jaaei
X. ItUlu a tasJWite r Uw Bst of Hty
:xcrr. a: cr.ii; sawing f s-t
We are itWfes! U iusxv Iki: I.4't
A OtiitertJJ K a eis4hUl W rr--.
5. ) lie . T er lrtaKv?. : Ik:
IVX CXTT exxev.
? Btes; ji cuMm c rt-4fetti Jc
r KkJoriu eiastttHte fr te &ee o
A"' ar xBtfcorii : smwirse the name
of t Jus. U. Patter if a eaaJWatc tar alder
mn frn tke Piw.-tfi (li warl, at the ccn
.a uiiioj iil HeettoB.
intiwritj we announce that 31. .1. 31c-
unlet wtH l a ran.li.lite for alderman
from Ike Puurta want at the aiiroacliIlig
Pifly thou-and ciirclnpe just receiicdat
the ilCU.Kl IX ottire. tl
-Mr OImtIj- returned to Springlield yes
II. (' Lollin want ! H'll his news depot.
A 'ooil bargain lor some persnti,
3lr. sain. AValtcrs has guiio to SI. Louis to
piirilii-i- more nnrliiiH Tj lorlii new plan-in-
At the annual meeting ol tlio Y. 31. C.
A. laU evening, tlio following ofllwr.1 wero
elected lor the mtulm ycf '
I.. W. Htlllwi-ll, iirc'ldent; (icorgc
l'ihcr, Uco prcMdcnlj .lames AV. Stewart,
trcanircr; CapT Voft, corre.poinliiis ec
Mary; It. S. Vociim, rcronllii ccrcl.iry,
noAlth ok I'liircKiii.i.
.Melliodlt church, V. P. 3Iclfee, h. 1.
Prcb) teri.m church, J. M. I.mnlcn, C. I.
l'pl'copal cliiir.li: II. H. Candce, Dr. II.
ltaptl.t rhurch : J. 1. (Iambic, 1. C. Tol
ChrMian i hunti : U. 31. Aide n, CuM. K,
TheiarloiH commiltcoj for the year w ill
bcfoon appointed by the president. The
ilile of the next monthly meeting of the n-
whtion will le April 14.
The brtcL tore, (iVvUV) 111 Commenial
av. Hue. Awilr to Dr. AVarducr. 31m
The ttetk and fixture of mv uew tand.
Odl aod lee. u. c. LurMN.
ioi: tins r.
t'mu Rck:. airy a0 evmmodkHi bulue
Cf. )2iulre at P. CHhi. new Imlfdlnr.
N. rt Oht lv?e. . 2-itr
The louniy court adjnunied uu Saturdjy
nln.-. to moi l airain on the thiid Jlolidiy
Scott, who h.n Lei'ii liiiiueil out"
v itlim the latt live month", U looklm; alxiiit
lor another Ikmio.
Itl dvlr.iblo that e ry lucmber n t he
Clumber nl I 'uiiiuicrcu will be piv-entat the
liicetin - Dili inornlii''.
.Mr. Joseph Arnol.l I :uil liurircil to re
ceive si'.li'ciipllunt, and take ordi r.t lor job
work fin Tim i:ru.KHN priutlii;? etabll-h.
l lie committee appointed by the oum 11
to climate the rot of repaiiin and con-
Mrm-tlng ldewalk, went lo woil. yesterdaj
I Will sell uiy houe, i lot i. mid )o:ins
on lot li, blo. l; v.), elly, lorl,r-M. ' l.t in
and houie on lot tl are aNo in ihu market.
'W "t 1.'. A. lii'KNinT.
P. 31. Waiil li notv pupared to delier the
lic -t ol MWed and plll hickory wood lo any
uit or the tlty. Aim nil IJioNof wood and
roal ahvaj - on hand. s.,-, if.
(featon ef aH Vln2 kett In Uilk
1 M h tke ptatt, pck or Uuhcl,
HT. AV. Carrtro. grocery, K0 VahiMtoti
Pt IILIC SAI.K
WTt I M to Uie highest hidtlcr, on the
fcrt thy of April nest, the houo and lot on
Uw mr of Teutli and Walnut street.
1 offer for ilc my entire liicry Mablc
tattn, iKigrfcanJ harness cheap lor cadi.
?aie win be ctoel by the 20th lnt.
Kf. 31IMM P.uikei:.
I. O. O. P.
3I. Kkitoh No Janitor of the hiL'hMliool
ha got the iim1.k)x. Please contradict In
to-morrow moniin'n Uut.l.imN. It bai
cailed ciliidcrable ec!tciiu-iit in the
tchool. DaVIIi 1!iis4. .I.inltor.
There will bo a special meeting of Alexan
der lod,'u .No. 221, this (lue-day) ecii
ing, lor the purpose of conferring in the de
gree ol llebceca, 'All Scarlet degree ami
other wives arc cordially Imitcd to attend.
J. II. UOIIINHO.V, Sce'y.
Vtrn (l,t,ip, lot 11, block IT.dBt addition, on
I'tteuty-llrst ftrcet, a tit it cbtlmit rctJunt
In tplendld condition; h.illalul three room
and kUqhcn, good l-tciu. ttablcs and out-
.house-). Apply lo ,1, (J. U aumon -V Co.,
Ileal IMato Agent'.
3lar.:h 20, 187:1. :WU-2v
WKKU KSTATIJ KJlt SAhlJ.
I will cell lot numbered 12 In block Vx m
addition, fronting on Twentieth htrcet. .My
house now standin-'ou nabl lot willbe moved.
Ieaing u i;ood biick cellar, cistern and oiit-
houi-es. r or pirlleulir enquire at my shop
on Twentieth street. W.u. I:iii.i:iim.
iion:i, Koi: i:km
'I lio undersigned olten to rcnl tint lllfcy
hoiiKe, sltuateA near tirccutlcld liiidln;
.Miijsouil,nnd at tlm trniilniH ot the C .V P.
railioad. P.isorMo Icrin-will hcollcrcd to
a good tcii'iut. or particular' apply lo 11,
P. Pield. Picld"
'Hio ehurchen Wero not so well attended
yesterday its thoy u.ually are. Tim dia
;reeable drizzling rain, which amu down
ju-t about ehurcb time, detained many peo
pie at home.
T1IU SCIKNTIK10 I.KCTUItliS OP Oil.
Dr. II. C. Tabcrwlll cmnincncc ncilc of
lecture at tho Atlicncum, In thin tlty, on
Saturday mid Oilliday evtnlng', .March 23
amlBD, iii"ThoTnioPhlloMiphyor l.lle,"
contiuuiiig iiicui from timo to tunc, n clr-
ctnii'taneci will permit, ol which due notice
will bo given. The subject for tho II nd lec
ture will bo "(lod, the Creator." That of
the second will bo '(ho l.anguagetf Thlng,
or tho Sclcneoof Correspondences," This
little-understood subject l one of tho moot
profound Interct at the present time,
amiiM the conrulou of conflicting idea, as
itgles the key by which wo can unrold the
l.inuagc in which the bible was and how it
mii't be intcri'rctcd, at tho same time throw
lag much light on the mythology and hbtory
ofthc past. and thc.o-'alled Idolatrous relig
ion of the present. The subject- of thce
lectures will be of the most attractive Intcr
ct, In consequence of the new truthi un
folded, many ol thfm mostly couliucd to
physical science, but showing the eternal
harmony between science and religion, as
well a the eminently practical character of
all genuine knowledge. They will be pre
pared with great care, to pleae a well In
struct, .-Holding all elo-e scientific technical
itlcs and reference lo unfamiliar languages.
Ticket to each lecture tiny cents, admlttlm:
gentlcnuu and lady, can be had at Sehuir,
llannon'", i:ockwell'. ISrMol .V Stllwell's
and at the door. Door open at 7 o'clock,
commencing precisely at o'clock.
Information of tho drowning ol Arthur,
son of widow Smith, who reside at the cor
ner of Thirteenth and Poplar street, wa
received by the unfortunito voun-' man's
friend rcldlng In thl city, on Sunday
Young Smith ha for seieral vcar been
employed a watchman on the steamer Ike
llammltt. and left thl city a few day ,-o
on that boat, she ha lug been chartered by
t. I.011I company to do service on the
L'pper 311-slppI river.
Prom what we can ascertain, tho eircum
tance ol tho accident are about these !
The llammltt had in tow scxcral barges:
when a short dl-tancu from Chester, the
riier haling risen, a large quantity ol diill
wood liad dogged between the steamer and
the barge-. Smith was directed to t:tko a
pike" and clear away the drill, which he
undertook to do. lie was standing on the
guards of the llammltt. and in endeavoring
to break the dlilt, Ion his balance, and fell
oierboVd. Ashe fell, hu cried lor belli.
mil a Polander who happened to be stand
lug by him, -light, bold of the hack ol hi
coat, but a the current tan swill, mid
Smith was lather a heavy m.iu.lho Inlander
earing that h himself would lall into the
water, let go his hold, Smith went under,
IKippearcd beneath the barge, and was
ncier afterward seen.
The brother ol the unfortunate young
man, who resldu iu thUcit, oiler .1 le ward
of JIliO for the recovery ofhisbody.
loiing.Siuith bore -in iiieproachabh- char
acter, and never failed to win the lespcct
and e-tecm ol those with whom he liecainc
acquainted. At the competitive, examina
tion lor the appointment to represent this
coiigicsMon il district at tho West Point mili
tary academy, hu stood a vciy creditable ev-
iimiiiatlou, and was looked upon as among
the iiio-l intelligent ot all the aimlicauls.
(MIAMItHU OV (JOMMKIUM-..
stable, Cairo, or on tho
.1. 1:. (!i:i:i:xn 1:1.11.
t.eutlcmeu who am willing lo servo the
eily lor tho next ) earare multiplying. Kiep
Into a croud and listen fur three minute-,
and you will be Mire to hiar ot enough candidate-
to run tho elly lor tho next half
A lali-c containing -eieral pairs ol pant-,
l .o or three shirts and a quantity of other
ciuthlng was found under the tld.iwalk on
W'a-hlngtoii avenue, near tho corner iif Six
teenth street, by a lot of boys w ho" were re
tiring from school. Tho clothing was good ;
but nothing was found about it by which
any clue U Us ownerthlp might be u-ccr-tallied.
Mr. II. P. liryant. at tho Walnut mills
Ohio leue, near Twenty-sixth street, Is pre-'
pared to deliver any and all kinds of lum
ber In any part of the city frco ol charge.
The ery best of oak, ash, walnut, cypress,
poplar, etc, alwayi. on hand, mid will be
old at the lowest price. .Mr. It. solicits a
tbnre or the public p itronage. See hi- card
111 another column,
The hit Imuo ol the Ccntraha 'Demoi raf
contains tho following complimentary icier
eiicc to the lecture ut tho Itcv. II. I!. Thayer,
pastor ol the Prc-bj lirian church of this
city, delivered In Ccnlralla lat Prlday eve
nlin'. Thclcttiiro of Hcv. II. 1!. Thai er. at the
1 rcsbyterlan church on Pilday night la-t,
upon ' rriumphs ol Jllnd," was .Tertalnly
no of the best It has been our fortunu to
i i. il in iV1 i iuiiuuie. i lie lln-iue was
iiauuieii i joqiienuy ny me guud speaker,
whoio elaborations ol the nower. (ore. .,n,i
conquesU of mind out matter, charmed and
iiigiiiy imeresicu 111- intelligent audience.
.lohn II , who lonueily lived in Illi
cit), but now makes his home acro-s the
river, camo oier to the city on 'aturday at
tcrnoou lo rcibit the seines ol hi- Innoeent
childhood. He had $15 when he came here,
bill alter spending the day with several vcij
metallic, but bad young men. and paiii;
the ni"ht In a disreputable tort ol a house,
ho round himself jcrterdny morning wan
derin;' about tlio streets, berell or friends
imd the possessor or 0110 bright put solllarj
nickel. Yesterday alternoon he left tho elly
tor uis noino oier tlio rlicr," a udder, and
11 is 10 ne noped, at leait el worth, a wicr
man than he was when ho r-aimt to Cairo.
1 rom 11 i-eiilleliiaii, a resident ol I iilou
eniinty, and the owm i of u largo Iruit Ijiiii,
Hliu lias receniiv been muking an fxitmlnu.
tlonnl Hie trull Iniil-m the section whcio
ho lives, gh f us the re-ull of labors
aholit as follows! Of ihenles, hu h.ijs
tliero will bo nboui nair a crop - ol peaches,
hu thinks thorn will bo a much better crop
than U ban heretofore been hilicvcd lluic
Would l; of pears, the buds uiu mo.tiy
killed; of applet), bo tliliik tliero will in
very fair yield. Of small fruits, tin h at 1 nr.
rant, gooscberrler, the hardier vaildle- of
ruspbcrrien, etc., there Will be uu ahuml
anco, TJic hlatkberiy crop, ho sjjk, willbi!
unull, and of a very poor iittliiy,
.Mr. Anna l.ang 011 Klghlhstreet, between
Cominerclal and Wn-hliiglou .-Hcnue-, has
jii't oiencd out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She has 0110 hundred
and lifty dillereut stjie.sof hats and bonnets,
beside a lare assortment ol ribbon-, How-
irs and notions ol all sort, nil ol which will
be sold at the lowest pi lees.
Mcwr-. Schicht .V tirieh on the comer id
Pighth street and Commercial avenue, have
estalihshed a cleaning and d) eing establish-
mi ni In which all cleaning and coloring arc
lotto by steam. Silks, velvet-, woolens, etc.,
will bo cleaned and coloied to look like new;
laded and damaged goods will hu rc-torcd
to their original beauty ; plaid goods dyed,
plaid retaining all their color.-; kid gloves,
plumes, etc., cleaned and dyed any color.
The 1 idles and gentlemen id' Cairo are re-
lucstcd to call mid examine spcclinois of
work-. :m'j i;t.
I will nell at my sale-room, corner Sixth
street and Commercial aieuue, a largo as
sortment of dry goods, consisting mainly ol
nice styles of spring dres- good-, etc. Tho
goods mi-t bo told without reserve. Tho
ladies are rnUesled to bo present, as there
will be -onto great bargains. Sale to taku
ilacu at my auction room, corner Sivlh
street and Commercial aieuue, Wednesday
morning, .March 2(1, at!H a.m. In tho even
ing I'wlll sella large as-ortinentlof uents
clothing and 'geiiln' fiirnl-hlng goods. Sale
to continue day alter day until the whole
stock ha- been closed mil.
:-2Vlt 1). IIaktm is, Auctioneer.
I'he (o-partnerrhip heretofore existing
between W. II. llradlcy and CO. Allard,
under the it) lo of W. II. llradlcy .V Co., Ii
this da) dissolved by mutual consent, C. o.
Allard ulirlng, W. II. Ili'adley numlng all
llabllitln and collectlnu' all amounts due said
concern. W. II. I!iuiu.i:v.
0. O. Al.l.AltH.
Cairo, 111-., .March IS, 167:!.
W. II. llradlcy will coutluuo the commis
sion and forwarding Im-Iucs at the" samo
stand (.No. SO Ohio levee). I would eheer
lully recomuicnd I1I111 lo tho conlldenci! au,
patiouage ol 111) Mends and public geuei
c. ( 1. Am, .inn.
15 I'l AU Tl F U L.
Dining theproperseasou lor them we shall
kecplor sale a large vaiiely ol prcll)-,hu.dlhy
aml desirable house audgaiden plants and
ro-esin pot-, bulb-, shrub-, cicrgiccns and
hanging bad.cts, which wo intend lo oiler al
low pllces, lhaleer)boily mi) have llowcis
and lollago In beautify their homes, our
monthly loses will be 1111-iirp iwed by any
ro-es In llio 'elly. We shall bo rccclilng
fresh supplies occalonally, and shield our
lialroui wish anything obtainable ut-iloilsls
we would gladly taku their ordeis and 11 1 1
Ihem. (I'o any 0110 at a distance seeing Ibis
adieitiseineiii -Mt wiilliiglheir desire-., We
Al 1IIMSTOI.A: STII.WP.LI.'M,
No Hi l.lidith street. Come and
F I O V K 11 s,
l.MPoliTANT .M Kl.TINii
ine (.iiambci- or Coiiiineree met at tho
uii d hour ye-terday morning. AVhllu the
attendance or our Cairo bu-iuess men was
large, liieie wa- present quite a number or
strangers, among them gentlemen of promi
nence in business circles l:i the communities
In which they live.
Alter the sales were over Hie mcclliii: was
called to order by tho prc-Ident, and com
mittees' 1 courts heard.
3lr. II. l..llalliday, chairman of tlio com
mittee to employ a secretary, reported two
comhiuiiicatlnns, one from Mr. W. P.ilcKec,
and tho other from .Mr. K. A. liumctt. The
subject wa- iclcm-d to the hoard ol director.
I hu committee to secure a hall, through
their prcldeut, .1. 31. Phillips, reported
that Cuhl's new hall 1 until be obtained for
iZ'i per month.
On motion the board of directum ivero In
structed to clo-o a bargain with .Mr, Cuhl.
A communication from .Mr. Punch, super-
Intedcnt of the 3lohIle and Ohio railroad, to
.Mr, .1. II. Jones, agent In this city, was then
read, explaining tho delay in recti Ing Cairo
freights at Columbus
Thu billowing resolution was then offered
by 31r. D. T. Parker, tho con-ldciation of
which, alter somo dlscti.lou, wa-, 011 mo
tion ol .Mr. Ayers, postponed until to-morrow
morning, when every member ol the
Clumbei Is requested to bo present:
Itesolved, 'iliat we, ns memher- ol tho
Cairo Chamber ul Coinmeree. me inmosci!
to moling tho car-oij ol l.eveo street until
such timo as .tliero may ho some bctter
wav. or nlace uroihled for haiolllm' tin.
largo quantities of Height nnlvlnir In our
I ho question of tho hour of meetlm; camo
up Ibrdiscus-Iou and alter two or three
motions and amendments, the chamber de
termined to meet hereafter at '.15 o'clock, a.
111. An adjournment then took place to
meet at their new hall to-morrow morning.
The following wero tho sale : Two cars
white corn, burlaps del, IMc; 1 car mivcil
coin, burlaps del, -Hie; 1 car whlto ml.ed
oat", del, lite : 7.' hhls Hour, $7 iW.
W O Dunlvan, J O Hart, Dccnlur; J
AVilson, llloemington, Ills.; ,1 A Don-
nally, Ooluuibus, Ky.; .lames lllggs, John
i.ndsly, Wcitlluld, llli.j T (Jumble, 3Iur
Hnivlll, Ills.; Henry H.iyors-, city; .V D
Pox, Now .Aladrid .Mo.; 1) V -Millor,
.lonosboro; John K l.ufkln, Anna: J,imcs
Meay ami lady, Dongola; Phil Ityun, I,
Smiley, Horso Hhiie, Ills; Jumea I, llnm-
Hon, U A mid T railroad; A Atkinson
.Madrid Ilond; U li Uussoll, Columbiis
Ky, HA llarnes, Jotlerroii, Toxai; Thus'
31 llutchiiuon, Kvansvilln, I rid.; (ieorgo
A Clark, .Memphis; Chas Hwutnor, Wm
KoUor, I.ouUvillo; Oyriu Child, Chicago;
AVH. Morgan, Anna; Iaodoro Preiich, (Inl
vcslon, Toxus, Alex. Potter, Hteamus P P
llraey; ,1 Pir-.., Vimilm, Ills.
('KICK CtlKKKNT Ov-I-IOK. 1
Caiko, .Alonday, 3lmeh2l, lh7:i. f
Thu i;euoral imirket is dull uud lifeless
in all its principal brandies. Tim stock
of, hny, oats, corn meal ami Hour nro
largely In oxeoss of tho demand. Tho or
dur trade has fallen oil' owing to luck of
f&cilitlui to iiiukii prompt flhipmonts to
Iho interior of thu south, Tliero U no
shipping dotnand whAtoror for grain or
hay rind warehouses find wharfboals nro
crowded. Wo havo no chtnges to noto In
rules of freight from this point but tho
preiont tariff Is ton high and will un
doubtedly . reduced toon.
CaSrUorropondonts should boar hi
mind that oi.r quotations reprosunt prices
for round lots from lint hnnd., unless
oil, orwl'u stilled, and that In filling ctnnll
orders higher pricol must bo pal J.
Pl.O UK -Thu market is very dull mid
o-crstoeked; wo nolo no inaterlal chntigoin
Jiriees ns yet, but dealers will bo obliged
to mnko concessions to eirect sales. Our ro
jiorts consist of 2 cars various gradoi
0 79 75; 250 bbls XXX winter, to
arrive, i7 70; t(J bbls wlntor from sloro,
$7 CO; 100 bbls various grades $0010; 300
bbls vnrious grades 60l0; 75 bbls vn-
rlous grades JJfjJIO; 60 bbls gooj XX
spring $0 50, 85 bids spring super $5 25;
50 bbls extra family on ordors S10 CO; 1(10
bbls XXXX family is 75 and 60 bbls
XXX $'3 60. Siles by Cairo City mills
were 75 bbls wliito wheat family $10 CO;
150 bbls XXXX ?3; 200 bbls XXXX
S3 60; 150 bbls XXX S; 150 bbls XX
HAY Market list. Warehouses!
wharfboaU mid storehouses nro full, and
no demand to cur) otf thu largo surplus.
Anything below a strictly choieo article
to-dsy would not toll ul any prico.
Choico pralrio hay offered on 'Change to
day at $12 was not wanted. AVu note
sales during tho last 3 days of I cars ;;jod
mixed del at Slo; 1 car choice timothy do
IS; 2 cars ;holco mitod dul ;'1C0I7.
COP.N .Market oitier fur both whlto
and inixeJ, prices rulo lower, and whito
in sacks is offered freely nt Hi dol, and
mixed on 'Changu at 13c. Transactions
s Inco last roviow cmbraco 'JO cars mixed
SAckod and deliveroJ IICiAljc: 8 cars
whito do iitr,ti cars mixed on orders del
I5tij ICc; .3 ears whito do CUo; 5 cars wliito
in burlapi del Mc, 1 o.ir mixoJ do 43; 7
ears du I Ic; U cars whito in bulk on track
3'Jc; 1 car do 40c; (i cars mixed do 35o uud
2 cats mixed in bulk in elevator liile.
OATS Very dull tlid quiet ut quota
tions with a largo s-irplui in tho market.
.Sains comprise 20 car mixed iusicks de
livered 31c; 2 cars sold to-day on 'Change
3:tc, and 1 car blafk '! 1 1; sacked nnd d
liVerod. COIIN .MKAI.: .Alntkct glutted uud
dealers uro glad lo tell at nny price. Sales
today were all made at $2 per bbl, largo
shipments nro on th way In bo added to
tho largo surplm alri-ady on the market.
Tho ".St, Charles' mills of this city report
no sales undor - I'', but their s Is hII sent
south on orders Tho sales in tho general
market, comprises 800 bid) steam diied tit
$2 pi r bid.
MIAN. Plenty mid no demiim); wo
noto the sale of I car and KiO tucks del at
j!5 per ton.
lUJTI'KIt Thiiro is very littlo strictly
choico arriving. Thy small amount ro
ceivud horu Unds ready sale at outside
quotations. A' noto sales of 10 pkgs
good butter nt 'Joe; 1 tub do 20e, I, jd.gs
h(j(J.S Iho market was almost bare
this morning, mid prices wero linn nt mi
advance. Kcccipts this evening worn lib
eral niid tho market chwod at 12$. 3c.
Sales of 200 do;: packet in oats 15c; COO
dos 16c; i,W0iW. 124c.
CHICK KNS .Supply light and de
mand good; very fuiv t-ouurig in. .Sales
wcreO coops mixeil iii 6O03 75 mid 'J5
dozen do S.i(Ti;5i,
POTATbicy A'ery dull, choice soil in
small lots at ?2 26 but dealers nro willing
to make largo concouious lo effect sales of
round lots. Sales woro 125 bbls Peach
lllows Si 25; 1 car do in bulk on track
75c; 100 bushel do 70c; "5 bbls do S2 25
and 20 bbls Kurly Ifose, for seed, I'! 50.
IjAUD 0 tiurcos sold on 'Clmngo to
day nt 8c.
ISACON' 700 bbls sugar cured should
ers sold ut 8c; 2500 bbls country enrol
clear sides brought 1501 hhls do
iiA.ua bcarco r.na urtn. ucinaim ac
tive1. 1,200 country cured sold at 111
OKIONH Wo noto sales of 1 car In
bulk nt $1 per bu.
A PPLKS Plenty mid quiet, 50 bbls
mixed sold lit J2 C0l.
Dill ED PKIIT Dull and hard to
sell. Tlio very choice?:, peaches and ap
ples uro taken in small quantities ut
11A3I.S Sugar cured plain, nro telling
111 101) III 1 I j(0)IOC,
ISACON Clear tides Hl0c. Ilreak
fast bacon lU(i)12e,
.SUOAK. Activ-j and HllIngfTnl'.'Jc for
coneo a ; i iiji ije lor crusnou, powdered
TKAS. Imperial, 751 1!5; (lunpow
dcr, 7C1 25 ; Oolong black, 7G(yjl
Young Hyson, SI1 10,
CHKKSK. (Jood demand ; Xcw A'ork
factory V lb 10'17e.
SYP.UPS Tho demand il lair for
choieo nt 00e?l c' K" ow Orleans
.Steamur James Howard, Ht l.ouii,
' Alaska, .Shawnectown.
Julia, .St l.ouls.
Hobort .Alitehell, X. Orloiius.
" (llasgow, Hickman.
" (irand Tower, Mumphii.
11 Andy Ilaum, Cincinnati.
11 Arlington, -Memphis.
" Paulino Carroll, rit J.ouis.
" Ht .Joseph, .St Louin.
" Thompson Dean, N Orleans.
' Mary McDonald, .St Louis,
" Idluwild, Kvausvillo.
" Jim Pisk.Jr., Paducah
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamer Ala-ka, N Orleans.
" Julia, N'icksburg,
llobert .Mitchull, Kvausvillo.
" Ornnd Towur, Ht Louis.
" Andy lliuini, Alomphis.
" Arlington, Cincinna'tl.
" Paulino Carroll, N Oi leans.
" St Joseph, Meinjihls.
" Thompson Deuu, .St Louis.
" .Mary .McDonald, Camdon.
" Continental, N Orleans.
" Idluwild, Kvnnsvillo.
" Illinois Columbus
" Jim Plsl;, Jr., Paducah
CO.NIHTION Ol' TIIK lllVHUH,
Tho Ohio ut this point is now lining
very slowly, and unlosa tho rain ol Sun.
day night wm gonural, It will soon beeomo
stationary, There Is now lots of water In
tho Ohio rivor, nnd n fall of a few foot
would not elloct tho channel. Thoro Is n
good slagoof water to St. Louis, mid bonis
nro nbla to bring out full loads.
Special ilispntclios lo Tiik JJum.etin
report tho condition of tho rivers nt vnrl
U U8 IN EM AND WlIATIIUIt.
Thcra has been n fair amount of tote
nago on liandslnco Sunday, and consider-
nblo freight lias boon shipped. Tho
woathor was rallior pleasant ycslcrdny.
Arthur Smith, aged 20 years, watchman
on thu steamer lku llammltt for the past
year, was drowned off that boat on tho
18th Inst., n few miles abovo Chester, Ho
has relatives living in tills city nnd thoy
havoollored a reward ot $100 for tho fe-
covory of tho body.
David Orlllln, formorly initio on olio cf
thu United Status snug boats, has ncciptcd
n position with Ihu Cairo City Coal company.
Capt. James Tschudl, a well-known
steamboat captain and clerk, hns thrown
up tlio loll ropo and quill and has quit tlio
rivor for tho present. Jlo has been elected
secretary of tho Chester Coal cunpuiiy.
Ho quit tho .Alary .McDonald, whh.li
stcatnor ho lias been clerk of for sometlniei
at this port yesterday tnd left for thu ro-
glon of black diamonds.
The Alaska loaded at Shawnectown and
passed down Sunday with all sho could
carry and did not land hero.
John Ouger, thodiroron thoT. P. Kelt
ort, arrived horo yesterday morning from
St. Louis, and found that tho Kckerl had
gono up to tho Collier ut Henderson. Ho
boarded iho Idluwild nnd took passage for
It it reported that tho nuking of tho
towboat Collier, which occurred shortly
after 'sho had landed at Heridcr'.m.
was caused by open scams which weru put
under nater by tho coal sho had on board.
1 !; United Stales government. will tell
their live monitors which have beuiiiylng
at Mound City, at auction, sometime next
month. Tom (Inives umkei the sugges
tion tlm'. they would make excellent hulk
Tho packets all urrivisl behind timo yea-
turday which delay was earned by thu had
weather of Sunday night,
dipt. Kd (Irays watch has not tmiod
onu second of limit sfuco wo hrst saw it.
and ('apt. (!ray says it h a -pleialid time
keeper, a Well as an ornament.
A river friend ol ours, who hns travelled
somo and picked up items as ho wonl, de
sires us to say to our readers that lie oik o
camo across mi oddly constructed street
crossing made, of wood six feet wide.wlih h
had tho peculiar morit of keeping itstdf
dear of tho earth brought upon it by
pissing wagons, mid thinks it would bo
just thu thing for Cairo streets. Ho
thinks tlio crossings could bo put 'down
on mII thu streets in tlio city for about $-7,-000.
Something of that kind is badly
needed to taku Iho plaeu of tho reservoir
plank road on thu lovoo.
Tho Continental filled out hero nnd led
nt noon yes torday with n full lond.
C'lljr .-I'liHoim! Ilnnli IIiiIIiIIiik.
9.H,i'ci'il tlnlion paid tnordira Iroin -teste
.iU nlbrht nr Ihv
li. l 11 H VAXT"'
A Arij T-TT TT1 TVTTT ,T ,1
Ncai Twer.ly.-ixth Sticel,
OA I ll(), ILLS.
All kinds ol Lumber. Oak. l'onlir, Cy
prc-s. Walnut, etc., delivered ill any part
oi uiu uij iree oi cnaige.
KirPatronagc solicited, and satl-lactlon
WAIM) & KOJtKK'l'.S,
I'l.AI.V.V lll: OltATIVK
r il'DIl IIAMII.Vti.l SM1.V 1MI.NTI.X1
Also dealers in Paints, Oil-, Oh-.,
AVALL PAPKP., KTO.
Wasldiigtoii aicmio and Lleiculh street.
OA I llO AND i'AiilJOAlY""
The Hplomlld Btesmer
Dick Kowi.kii, Captain
Leaves Carro DAILY, (Sund ly evceptod) at
ip.ni ror neigui opa. agu uppiy on bout or
Jam. .Mai.i.ocv, Ag't.
s). C. JfUELS,
Late of St. Louis.'
ISOOK ItlNDKIl AND BLANK HOOK
31 A N l J F A CT 1 1 J l K K,
15 UliLETIN IHNDFsRY,
Coiner Twellth street and I'oniiiieielal Ave
IILANIC HOOKS or every de-criiil Ion done
with neatness and ill-patch. All kinds ol
ruling done t short notice, lllhles, .Mu.-lc.
.Magazines and IVrlodleals hound neat and
at the lowest liosnlhlo rates.
(.ouiiiyiwniK, such an iiccciru-, i'ocM-ir,
Peo Hooks, lllankH, etc., inaile a ipeclulity,
Jloxes, Pocket Hooks. Kiivclopen, etc.
made to order 11-24 tl,
DfiUQGIS T S ,
iTO. 7t OHIO T-j-VJUTj
Ht'tail and I'rcjcrijition
and Klghlh stieel.
OSMCTICslBP'l Ptl.HICRBSa C
raiLCT pn matcrialJH O
AMICUSIfJ 00LDR iJMm j
Of chamois nlll ra,(t ,, ,
lor weak lung-. '
At JJAI1CLAY IIKOS,
Prepared mid -old
Hv HA UCLA Y I1IJOS
And Dislnrei taut lor.utablcs
At HAl'.CLAY IIP.OS
FINE CIO A US,
" VUPM1 AMKIilf A.
And I11lurs.il Standai.l,
At HA KOLA Y HltOH.
Notice Is herein eivrn I tint on Tiu-iln-
the l.'ith day ol Apnl. A. D. IS..I, a geiieial
eiei tlou Will be held In the dtv ol Cairo.
Alexander county, slate ol Illinois, for the
lection ol' the lollowlm.' 11 lined muiilclinl
officer-, to-wit: A mil or, a city council, a
Ity 1 b rl., a city attorney, a ellv tron-un r
and a police nisei-Irate: each of the ihc i.'i)
wards nun win. li tin- . it v 9 uow dlllded be
lle.' entitled to the (-lection oftwo 12) alder-men.
I or the nurno-c- of fil l clei tion. t .oil -
will be opened al the lollonln;' named plate-,
to-wll: In the Plrst ward, at Iho coin.
nil. -loll house ol' P. P. Hails. IIu.. on ln
south side of Mxlh (0) street, belweell Tom-
iiic-rcial ami w alilii;:ton aeuues: In Ihe.-cc-
olid ward, at the Itoiigh and Heady engine-
iiou-e on tne ca-t sole or W a-hliiton aieuue
between Seventh and Liihlb -Heels: in Ihc
Third ward, at the llibeinlau. englm-hotKe
on i hliteeiitlk street between ( oiinocrcl.il
a tun- and l'onlir street: In the 1'onitli
ward, at the court-hoiiM-, and in tin-l illh
ward, at .Mis. MilliiauV Iioti-e uu the noith
west corner of Commerii il aM-iiiie and
I!) order ol the eily council
31. .1. IIkwi.kv, city ilctk.
dnli.v .11. Lanhuk.v, .M.i) or.
Caiiiii, III-.. .March 12. ls,7:!-til
Navy Dcp irtinent, 1
liureaii of Con-trilctloii and Itcpair,
W.tHiiiMiTo.v, .March 17, is;::, I
The navy department will oiler lor sale at
public auction at the Pulled Slates mud
station. .Moiiuil (ill. Illinois, on Tliiirol-.v
the nthilayol Apiil, A.D.s7:i, at 12 o'clock,
in., thu Lulled Mates stern-wheel, llon-clnl,
single-turret es,cl "ilceol.i," ol siSt inns
iiiea-iiremeut: the nroiiellcr Iroioi-l id.' sin.
ele-turrel icel-, ".Maiielta" ;and '.San
dusky," each ol 2ti." tons measurement; and
thu propeller steamer "3llgnonette," ot bo
Ihu letls and tho Inventory ol articles
to bo sold with each, can bu examined at
any time beloro Ihu day of sale, on applica
tion to the commandant ol' the station.
Twenty per centum ot the whole amount
ol Hie purcha-e money ill each case mii-t be
depotlted at the time ol sale, the balance
within ten days from the dale ol couliima
(ion ol sale by thu department, and thu vrs--el
or other articles purchased, must be re
moieil Irom tho station within two weeks
Ironi thu date of such confirmation.
If not conlirnicd thu money deported will
The Kovcrmncut rc-erics thu right to
withdraw tho ivsscls, or either or them.
Irons sale at any time, and to reject any bid
oroilcr which may hueon-idereil inadequate.
lhern will alo be oll'cred lor sale at thu
same time ami place, and subject to the same
terms and condition-', one old hor-ui, now In
ii-uet the -tatloii lor tin; protection ol the
le els, together with such boats, luriiltiiru
and stores, under the cognizance or thl- bu
lean, as do not properly belong lo thu ics
sels named, and will be sold separately.
.N'AVAI. STATION, .Mou.NH UllV, .March 1(1,
The foregoing older from tho Navy dc
paitliielit Is pllbli-hed by ailthoiitv ol'the
PUANCIS T. (ilLI.KiT,
il-20-ir l':ymasler II. -S. Navy.
HUAI. KNTATj: AUKNtTti
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
7-t (HKCONI) FLOOIl) OHIO I.KVKK,
linv and Hull Keal Khtate,
PUI'.NISH AIISTKAOTS OP TITLIt
Ami rersr Ounmjriiiiu's olHin,l:
HAItl'.Y WALK Kit Prop r.
Thl- hnue ii newly fitted up with two
And two line
JENNY LIND TABLES
with the bi
are compounded In tho most approvod stylu
ICiTComo and see lor yotircIf.rj
.lohn llanuaii. Chas. i'hrupp,
JOHN Q. IIAKiAlAN Si CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
Xorlli Hoi-, ol lllii hi. mill Obit, ,crc.
Ahsli-acls iff Title, Conveiaiiclng nvido a
2!$l ,' "V?1 ,l:N,alu linil"t ami sold.
UTirr I axes Paid, ele.
HUM IS, I5UOWN iV CO.,
BAG .MAN U KA CT U RE RS
AiKNT:i 1 1 on i: Cotton M i m.m
NO. H) Ohio Leveo. Cairo.
Has now on hand all kinds ol
DKY COilD AND HTOVK AVOOD
I 'or sale. I.eavo ordeis at
AV31, Kl.UOK'.S HTOItK,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
.Or at cnilici nl Twclllh nnd 1'oplar. tl
NEW YOIMC STOsdi,
WIIOLHSAIsE AND RETAIL.
LAUor.nr vAiuisrv stoqk in tiik itv
(1001)9 .SOLI) VIiHY.OLO.SK.
I'vmer ol IMInMcf utli atrcat nnd 'oiu
' i boat aToieia I