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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, MARCH 16, 1873
Pnhllenclnn BUN, Hnlletta nnlltslntx
WimIiIbcIob A vena.
LOCAL 1TKATHER UKPOUT.
U. S. 810. Sun., OnsrnvKn'is Ornoi:. I
Caiko, .March 1 187.1, 10:11 ji.in. J
Itaromctcr 30:20 degrees, falling.
Thermometer 17 degrees.
AVina wen velocity I miie per
Maximum temperature last St hours, at
10:11 . m.. t" degree.
Minimum temperature, lat "1 liour., at
1 n. m., 4l;dcgrccs.
Prevailing wind last 21 hours, southwct.
Total number of mile wind travelled, la.'t
ui hours, 301.
Total rainfall, last 21 hour .23 Inches.
David AV. II.ui.vktt, observer.
yon citv TitKASUiii:)!.
Wo aro authorized to nimounco that llob'l
A. Cunningham will bo n candidate for re
election to the oflleo of city treaitrer, at the
ensuing municipal election,
ron citv ci.r.r.ic.
AVo are authorized to announce Michael
J. Howlcy as a candidate lor re-election for
tho oflleo of city clerk, at tho ensuing mu
von police maohstiiati:.
Yo aro authorized to announce William
F. ntchcr as a candidate for the olllec ot
polico magistrate, nt the ensuing niiiiilcip.il
Fifty thousand envelope Jim rccelcdat
the Jlt'i.i.r.Ti.v ofllce. tl
Shell oysters received ilally by express,
and for halo by Louis Herbert. .".-11-1 w
Tho amount of taxes collected by Sheriff
Irvln on Friday, was $21,000. A goodit.ij's
The wife ot John A. VIck, of Ullcu, died
on Thursday, Cth Instant, orpheumonia.and
was buried la't Saturday.
County court, Judge F.ross presiding, will
convene to-morrow morning for 'the trans
action of criminal business.
rcrsons willing to serve the people in the
capacity of mayor, at least a dozen among
them good, bad and Indifferent.
Several St. Louis gentlemen leccntly vis
itcd our public school, and pronounced
thcui among tho bct In the Hale.
Stuart t Oholiou will phow on Wednes
day morning, all tho new shades in silk
llchus, to which attention Is called. 3-10 2t.
llremcu beer Imported from Germany, a
good article and should bo used by every
one, can bo louud at Fitzgerald' 'ample
rooms. Dan Jlartman, whilo In St. Louis, pur
chased a lot of horses and mule?', which he
proposes to bring to this city and sell at
A large lot oi lunilture mid household
goods wlllbc sold at Dan Hartman's auction
house to-morrow monilng"at !) o' clock.
.1-1(1 dlt. '
In another column will be found the law
card of Judge "Win. J. Allen, whose reputa
tion as n lawyer and a gentleman 1 such
that he needs no recommendation at our
Permit me to ask. alio. If wo can have one
just one municipal election, without our
nanusomo ' "luiciicctoouaj," superlatively
modest, nud illustrious member having ii
linger in tho dih? Sun's Correspondence.
Mr. JS'cwiuan, the man under arrest on a
charge of bigamy, fays that the woman who
came to Cairo with him was his lawful wife.
Might It not bo that the woman who lives In
Gallatin county Is al-o his lawful wife.
Four persons were before his honor Judge
Shanncssy, yesterday, charged with being
drunk. None of them had any money.
They were "poor devils and harmless,'' and
the judge "let them off easily" dismissed
So far wo hear of only six candidates for
tho office of polico magistrate tiro white
and one colored. They are all certain that
they will bo elected. It is condoling to know
that not more than five of them will be dls
Since tho 'city has organized under tho
general Incorporation net, persons who may
be fined iu tho police court and scut to the
city Jail, will bo allowed two dollars per day
for every day they arc so confined, Instead
of one dollar per day, as under tho old charter.
At the New York slnro. Vnrls- 1!nsi. ork
audlFccrless seed potatoes. Also plows and
rrcsn garden feed, llattom figures nlwaj .
u-'.Miotwst c. o. F.uir.n co.
Patties Indobtcd to (Ircclcy & l'aller,
lormcrly of New York store, will please set
tlo their accounts before April 15, 1$73, ns
all debts not then paid will be placed for col
lection nnd co-t m.idc on tho samo. This
means hiislnc. (Ml. (Uir.iii.r.v.
NOTlci: OF DISSOLUTION.
The co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned, Mhls day dlolved
bv agreement. Wm. J. Allen,
John II. Mt:i.Ki:v.
Samuel P. Wiii:ei.i.i:.
CAino, .March U, 1873. !)-ir. dlw.
.Mr. John Goe. fjlhcrof Mrs. Dr. llrlgham,
died yesterday morning In this i lly. The
funeral serrlcc will tako place to-day at
half-past one o'clock, alter which the body
will be conrcyed to thu Illinois Central
train, to be sent to Ohio for interment.
r .i i n.i i cm urn l ? ;
A res,u,al' eonclaro of Cairo Coin.
Vinmdorv So. 13. K. T.. wlllbe'lield nt
the asylum on Mondav cronlii'. 17th nt
March, A. D. 1S73. A. (). 705. VlsltlngSIr
Knights are cordially Invited to attend.
James A, Phillip, llecorder.
isi:al kstatiTfou sai.k.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block'4!i, tlrst
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. .My
house now Mandlngoii said lot will be moved,
leaving n 17001I brick cellar, cistern nnd out
houses. For particular enquire nt my shop
on i wcntleth street. Wm. I.iilkiih,
HOTLL 1'Olt HUNT.
The undersigned offers to rent tho lllscy
house, situated near nrecntlcld landing,
Missouri, and at tlio terminus ot the C. !'.
railroad. Favorable terms will bo offered to
a good tenant. For particulars apply to II.
F. Field. Field''- stable, Cairo, or on the
prcml.-cs to J. II. Gnr.ENTini.n.
KID Gl.OVKSI KID GLOVES!!
Stuart it Glio!.-on will offer on Wednes
day morning, n full line of their celebrated
dollar kid gloves, every pair warranted not
to tear. I his assortment will comprlo all
the new shades of greens, blues, slate1', lav
ender, etc. Conic early nnd make your se
Tho Court-house hotel, containing eigh
teen rooms, good cellar, and an excellent
cistern, will bo rented on tho most liberal
terms. This house is situated on Twentieth
street, between Washington and Commer
cial avenues. For further Information ap
ply at the brickyard of JACon Kline.
THE CAIKO AND FULTON ItAlLUOAD.
Tho engineer corps of tho Cairo nnd Ful
ton railroad hare arrived at Greenfield's
lauding, opposlto this- city, with a forco
competent to complete tho 1111 In n very short
time, worse on tho incline plain will bo
commenced on Monday next. Track-layers,
in nilllcicnt numbers to put down two miles
of track per day, will al-o commence work
ono week Iromnoxt Monday, at Charleston,
and woik In tho direction of I'oplar Whiff,
It is now said that tiio road will certainly be
ready for the cars by the llr.t day of May.
Has lug been made, the victim of a mall,
ciouslyfalso accusation and vindictive perse
cution, without tho slightest causo or truth
iuhicss In tho charge whatever; and as 1 am
now followed by tho vigorous tongue stab
bing Injuries of "unprovoked enemies, I
wlh simply to state in your valuablo Jour
nal, lor the satisfaction ol my friends', and
tliojust contradiction of a willfully false accu
sation, that any one who says I ever re
ceived any counterfeit money, knowing It to
be such, is an unmitigated liar; nnd any ono
who says that.'I ever had or attempted to pass
any counterfeit money, knowing It ;to bo
counterfeit, l a liar and u malicious knave.
O. It. 1MUM.II1:.
1'. S. I have lived in tills state sonio twen
ty-two years, and haro from gentlemen of
tho highest standing and responsibility, who
have known me lougct, tho best credentials
of character and respectability that can bo
given, aud I feel that It Is degrading oven to
notice the knavcrr with and by which I hare
been injured. C. 11. P.
"Grim vlsagcd war'' goes on In Itev. Mr.
.Shores' church. The opposing luet Ions seem
determined to fight it out to the bitter cud.
Shores Is serene, and says he will be sure to
win. Bradly says the '-whole alfulr has be
come so confuttuatcd that both -Ides lou't
know whar dcy am."
Tho Mound City 'Journal' saj s :
"Aliases aro tho rago In Cairo. Among
thoso already established on Commercial av
enue are "Crystal Coyne." "Dog Tooth
Johnny," "Battling Tom," "Show Caso
Ilflrry" and "Sample Iloom Fltz.''
The 'Journal' should have added "Aurora
Francis ICccrnau, who wa lust week ad
judged insane, will bo taken to Jacksonville
to-day. Mr. Gcorgo AVeldon will tako him
there. Mr. AV., will upon his return, bring
with him Mrs. liurke, and another person,
now inmates of the asylum. Whether the
persons to be brought back hnv recovered
or not, wo could not learn.
The Cairo and VInceuncs railroad yester
day took up the turnout and wllrh between
Sixth and Tenth streets, on Commercial
avenue, and lowered tho main track to tho
level of tho surface ol the avenue. Good
substantial crossings wcro put down at
Sixth aud Eighth streets. The other por
tions ot the track will bo leveled a fast as
laborers can do It.
D.ui llar'.mauhas returned trom St. Louis.
inoma i,ewi", u spnngiieiu, i In
Thomas J. Parker returned to the city yes
terday. l'ottcr, of tho Mound City 'Journal,' was
Gcorgo Dougherty, editor of tho Jones
boro 'Advertiser,' paid us a visit yesterday.
W.T. Osboruo, the efficient agent of the
Green Line, goes toTennessco next week.
Capt. Jamc Miller, of Nashville, takes hl
It is rumored that Capt. J. W. McKlnnoy,
of the steamer lltlnol, Is soon to be married
to an accomplished young lady of Elllnghani,
Little Joelleld, ol Snilthland, Kentucky,
wn jcsieruay in ine city, no camo on
horseback, and rides as natural and looks
as young as he did thirty year ago.
ucv. r.uwiii coan, laie rccior ni tlio
Church ol die Iteilcemer, iu Cairo, Illinois
is expected hero to-day. to tako charge o
mo Trinity cnuren, on Washington nvcnuo
anu i.icvcnth street. St. Louis 'Times.'
The brick store, (25xl00j 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardnor. .'i-fl-lm
Four light, airy and commodious business
offices. Enquire at 1'. Cuhl'i, new building,
. No. W Ohio levee. .mf
f J'UIILIC SALE.
! Will be (.old to the highest bidder, on the
' first day of April next, tho hou-e ami lot on
I offer for sale my cutlrc livery sublc
' borei, buggica ond harness cheap lor cash.
Sale will bo clowd by tho 20th Inst.
3tf, MJMM VI . l'AltKltlt.
(JL'I VIVE COTKIUE.
Tho masquerade of February 11, com
pleted tho scries of entertainment, for
which this club was organlzod. Encouraged
by tlio Success which has attended our past
efforts, and feeling assured that we have
met with tlio full approbation ofall, wo have
reorganized and havo In contemplation, a
series of picnics, excursions ami parlies tor
ino summer and winter, which wo propose
to render cipially as pleasant and agreeable
as tho-c Just completed. A dance In April,
heads the programme, duo notice ot which
will bo given, and an excursion lor tho Sun
day school children Is al-o Included.
To otirnumcrous friends, purtlculailv the
ladies, who by their presence have; added
graeo and beauty, nnd contributed so large
ly to the success of our past entertainments,
thu Coterlo tender their sincere thanks,
with tlio ubMiranco of a full appreciation pt
their kindness, aud u cordial Invitation to bo
present on futuro occasions, Their main ob
ject and chief iilui iu tho past, has been to
render our entertainments exclusively se
lect, ami we havo every reason to congratu
late ourselves, upon having been entirely
succcHul. We extend tho as,uranco that
in the futuro there will be no relaxation or
our efforts In this particular, und no pains
spared to promote tho pleasure, uudcontrll)
ute to the enjoyment of the friends or guc.ts
"I te 0.1't VlVKCOTKIUlt.
CtnCL'lT COl l!T
An adjourned term of the Alexander
county circuit court, Judgo D. J. linker
presiding, was convened yesterday, when
the following decisions were rendered :
llroderlck heirs vs. McManus; ejectment.
New trial granted defendant.
Trover vs. Southwestern. Insurance com
pany; bill In chancery. Injunction mado
perpetual, and decree accordlngto bill. Ap
peal to supremo court allowed.
The people, etc., vs. tho Illinois Central
ltallroad company; application for injunction
restraining defendant from using the track,
etc., on I.eveo street. On application
ol defendant the further hearing of the eao
wa continued until next term ol court,
with leave to defendant to die counter uM
Illinois Central ltallroad company vs. AIc.v.
Jt. Irvin, sheriff; bill to restrain collection
of taxes as assessed on personal property of
ino railroad company. Temporary Injunction
granted as prayed until furthcrorders of tlio
court. In the mcantlmo time given the par
tics to file affidavits.
Thomas Lewis vs. the City National bank:
bill In chancery. Injunction dissolved and
bill dismissed nt the cost nt tho complainant,
J. 31. l'hllllps .V- Co.vs.lliilllduy llro.s. I'p
on tlio court announcing Its verdict in favor
ol the defendant, plaintiff took a non-suit.
ANNA, lll., March II, INT:,'.
Our neighborhood has been afflicted with
spinal menlngltl', which lias been fatal
In several cac.
Tlio northern vtlngnl tho Iiianu a.him
has JIjccii completed by .Mr. 11. Shinnlek, of
Cincinnati, and the keys delivered to the
state authorities. .Mr. Slilnnlek has faith.
Ailly performed the trust reposed in him,
and his portion of this magnificent structuic
will ever bear testimony of his skill and abil
ity as seicntllle builder. This win;: has
two hundred mid thirty rooms, finished off
In the best manner. Two durable Iron stair
eac, leading from the first to tho third
story, Isasplendld piece of mechanism. The
great fault In almost all modern structures
has not becu overlooked In this. Owing to
a deficiency in the specifications, tho doon.
have been swung so as to open Into the edi
fice. A "Mansard roof supported by white pine
limners has been put on top of tlio northern
wing, ami should tho building ever take lire
great must bo the sacrifice of llfo and prop
erty. When will our people learn to build
on the safer plan of having tho doors of our
public buildings open outward, so that in
case of a panic the building could be quickly
emptied of Its inmates.
Mr. Daniel Hamilton, n cltieii of thl.
place, was found dead In his room on Sun
day morning last, lie was complaining on
Saturday, and died alone during the night.
spring, it is presumed, Is at last upon us.
At least we so opine, from the genial warmth
of tho sun's lays the twitter or tho blue
birds and the joyous earrolllng ot the mock-
ing bird- that havo been pouring forth their
notes or gladness within tiie last low days.
a very interesting sabbath school rc-unlon
was held nt tho llaptist church on last Sab
bath evening. The houso was crowded to
its utmost capacity, and the audience was
entertained with soveral excellent short
speeches by the friends of the Sabbath
seliooK The children made some excellent
muslu and gave some declamations apropos
to the occasion. liu-ines reviving In our
little it. Your.',
Uarrv. M Hcrrr. Ofinritnnn
Colyer, Luov Calham, Harriot
uott, J.izousuy uiomts, Hortba
Cook. Fnnnlo Ghnsk. Mrv 1.
Caldwell, llonrietta Free, .fnlln
Gorrv. L Gardner. Lls-zb,
Harris, Nancy Hornden, Sallio 2
Hunter. Orrona Jn.cksmi. .Viirv
Lathrop, 31 M Lewis. Mary "
Loo, Mary E Noll', Kminn
Owons, JJocea A l'raor, Lizzie
llobinson, Lmma Kesc, Luo
U08S, Liizzio Jtobson, Lucy
llusk. Joannhinn Kliiumi Amv
Spolman, l'hobo Summers, Clara
Swain, Colistin Smith, Ireno
Tumor, Martha Turns, ltcttto
ungies, Uarrio Williams, Sarah
Austin, IX K Avory, D O
Allon, Alox. Allon, Jcnnio
llrown, Fred Jiibb, John
Uootrlght, John llarker, Win
Brooks. S Uochurst. Wnllnr
Coleman, Ym Croech, Worth
Chrenirhan. Jim Connlv. J V
Chapman, J M DcU'orcst O L
1. 11 ! 1 11 . il .
1yaiugur, jjuyiu .Luuiuty, iu ,j
Dickson, Geo Drumeu, Frank
Duncan, John Eachols, Dan'l
Gcrv. Lowia Garden. Lowls
Harper, Milos llubor, Joseph
iiaynos, James uogan, John
Holbcr. II 1 Horn. IInrv
James, Hon Johnson, Jus F Dr,
James J Kusoe, 11 11
Kllgoie, Honry S Kennedy, Michael
Kearney, Thomas King, Wm
Loonard, A J Lame, J II
Morton, W M Merrick, Win
McMilllan, J Miezoll, Jack
Myers, J nines 11 Mcars, II C
McCallistcr, Hugh Mable, O 11
Montgomery, A L Norton, Lewis
1'rlco, John r l'liilllpps. John M
Fattorson, J K I'owors James
l'ondold, .losepli Powers, AV It
Uankln, Win r.oss, J AV
Illdor, Ellas Kamsoy, Goorgo 11
Simons, Hill Turner, A
AVlllittins, John M AVInilow. Dunk
AVobb, Charles E Youug, 11
Stonmor Mary l'oo, St. Loan.
' Clinton, St. Louis
" Tyrone. Nashvillo
Susio fcilvor. Now Orleans
" M K Forsvtii. Nnw (1r1n,w
" Arkansas Uollo, Evansrlllo
" Uolfast, Now Orleans
" Fannio Lewis, Ouachita rivor
" City of Chejtor, Memphis
" Alleghany Hollo, New Orloans
J- Julia, A'icksburg
' Ironsldo, St. Louis
" Groat Itopublic, St. Louis
" Illinois, Columbus
Steamor Mary l'oo, lied river
" Clinton, Memphis
Itlchmond, Now Orleans
" Susio Silver, St. Louis
" M. E. Forsyth, St. Louis
" Arkansas Unllo, Evansvillo
' Uolfast, St. Louis
" Fannio Lewis, St, Louis
" City of Chostor, St. Louis
" Alleghany Hollo, Pittsburg
" Julia. St. Louis
" IroiHldcs, Pittsburg
" Tyrone, Noshvillo
" Illinois, Columbus
CONulTlON Or THE HIVGIUi,
Tho Ohio river commoncod swelling
lowly night boforo last aud is still swell
Ing. Tlio rlo Is oauiod by water out of
tho Cumberland river. The riso out of
tlio Ohio has reachod Kransvlllo, nnd will
probably got horo to-day. Cumberland
rivor is still falling. The Ml(s!s!pp
continues rising with ovr mark twain
wator lo St. Loui.
Special dispatches lo Titr. Iltrt.LETiN
report tho condition of tho tlvor nt vari
UI SI.VK!!) AND WKAlllKII.
Tlicro was not much nnlmntion on tho
Loveo yesterday, and freight transactions
wcro light. Tonnngo for Memphis is
Tlio weather was blualcry and rainy.
dtr Nnllminl llnnlt llullillnir.
iH) iciol mention (ini'l Idor'liTK Irotn titu
Ijosts nU'tit or dT
wfli'MAM .1. AI.liHN,
ATTORNEY- AT l,AW
OA I KG, ILLINOIS.
Otlleenvcr FirstNalloual bank. .'I-liUm
ititr iiooii n.
'72. FALL AN!) WINTER 73
C. Jl A N N Y.
C II ECK.S,
HTItl V V. il,
UKNTUOKY JKAMP, KXTKA,
11 LACK ALPACAS
'LAltUK STOtJlCOK ()AHl-.v,TIN0
Ol L 0 LOTUS,
tat r.utlr ItKicli
VKKV LOW F1GUUICS.
cokueb Bin or. and commkkcial-av.,
UllKKN & GILBEKT,
COUNSELOItS AT LAAV,
William II. (ireen, -)
Willism II Gilbert, CAIftO, ILLINOIS.
Milea r. Otlkt-rt, j
BOWfljiocm. Rttontion hWi to A!roliHr nd
orriOK OUIOLSVKC.ROOMB 7 ASD ft OVKH
CITY NATIONAL HAVK.
SAMUKh 1'. WIIKELKH,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Office over Flrt National bank. :i-ir3m
David T. Llncg'ir. John. 31. Lansden.
LINEOAll & LAXSDKX,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Olllco on Seventh street, AVInter's block
old olllco of Llncgar, Munn Popo. 'J-'Jl-lm
No. 101 ('OMMKRCIAI. AVKNtlK,
French, sicoteh aud American cacsiiuete
ofall colors, and beaver anil brouil cloths
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And mado up In the
And at the lowest price. A lino (it am) tirst
class woik guaranteed. Sutlsfactlo Iu all re
a u o u k ii . a s ,
P KOVISIONS UTC,
Pine Lbvm Oaibo, Iil
MA II. BOAT.
The splendid steamer
Dice Fowliu Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundoycxceptod) at
lip. 111 For Height opusisge apply on boat or
t Jas, 31 AI.LOK V, Ag't.
Our Homo Advortisora.
KEPORT of lli condition of Hie City National
Dink of Cairn, at ','alro, In the itat of Illinois at
cloieof businew libniat; KJih, ISI.'I.
l.oan nml illicounla f2l,ICI 01
Overdraft) V,r.'G SI
V. S. Londi to ttcurc circula
U. S. bonds on hand , 15,1:10 110
Oilier tlockt, l.umlj nnd moil.
, ,Be 3,0.12 II
Wiie from redeeming nnd re
serve ogenis 1 1 "1 .27 07
Jhie from uiher national tanks .S,"l fl
Uiie fiom suta hanlo nnd
banVen ,. 0 (II '.'Ill.Ua 1I
HanVIng houie sn.HU (H
Other leal estate .... .., Kl JIO.I'O) (X,
Current espeiues 1.701 i
lasei tialil IPO n "0 71
lash lieim 1,'jffJ 71
lilli or national lianLi 1 1.SSH ti
I racilonal curiency, nnd
nlckcU , 2,Ti7 s.-,
Ppecle, coin ft,7i;, ;
lAgil tender notes i!V""M'i 't,n''l I
Capital nock paid In loo.mo
Surplus fund 2.VOOO
l.xchang a.ysl 2
Interest 1ii,iK)0 (xt
l'rofit nnd loss W.W. !il 10,'iln
Circulation outstanding... S7,"'f
Dividends tinpnld U
Individual deposits iM.i.l'l
Due to national 1.anU.. V,7:is
Due lo stale kinks and tanker,, , HI all)
iTO. 74 OHIO LiiViSE-
Hctail nnd I'retcription
tin.' i at
Slate of Illinois, countyof Alexander, si,
I.A. It. SalTcrnf. m.ljlrr nf llip Citv N'nllmiil ll.nL
ol Cairo, do solemnly swear that the above statement
Is tine to the liest of my knowlcilxi- and belief.
A. II. SA1TOKI), Cashier. I
Huleii1ied and snorn to before me this 11th day of
W. II. MOKIIIS, Notar Pul 'i
ccuei i miesi .
II. It. CUNN'INnitAM,-)
I. I). WILLIAMSON, Mrcciort.
II. I.. IIALI.IIMV. )
'OIlTV-FIttST report or theeondlllon of the First i
' National llaiik of lfelio. Illinois, at the (lot. i i tmi 1
urn t'ehniary 2S, 1S73.
Iaiui and discounts ? (
Oterdrafls l HI
I . . Kinds toMcureclrtnlatton 1 .
I'. , lnds and securities on
hand .. c
Other stocks, lionds nnd inort- 1
cages l i - -l I
I'remloliis paid J,- I S
I'uc lront redeemms; nml ri- I
sersc agents ; .t I
Ilue fromolher lulien! t'.itiU... .,'MH VI I
Kal estatr i .oft 17
Kurnlture and fisturn M.. sit o
Curreiit expemen.' i?, 4
Caih Items .'7 1
'I asm paid l.U 'si
Cash on h ind in coin .'.vs, ' t
(Hirrency .'.los Sj '.l,i.7- I
i '7 ,'H.S lo ,
Cajilut stock 1V.I (1 I
Lschansc, interest, prolit nnd toss 4,PI ; " !
Cln ulaiinn outstanding Wi.'SH) W
Indltidual deposits 1M.I7J OJ
Due la other hanks and tankers I'"' S3
State of ltti'tiftit. Alexander emintv. eitv of Cairo, ss.
I, (.". N. llughei, cashier of the lint National
Uank of Cairo, do solemnly swear that the above state
ment Is true lo the 1est cf iny knowledge and belief I
t' SMIL'OllfS. Cashier. '
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Uevemh
day of March, IS73.
CIIAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary Public.
Correct Attest :
II. IIURD, "I
11011-T. W. MII.LLR, V directors.
A. n.SAKFOKU. j
Notice Is hereby t:l en that on Tuesday.
the lMh day ot April. A. I). 1573, a qencral
election will bo held lit tho citv ot Cairo,
Alexander county. State ot IllIuuN, fntthe
selection of the iollowIii named municipal
olllccr-, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a
city clerk, n city attorney, a city treasurer
und a polico magistrate: each of the live (f)
wards Into which tlio cltvis now divided be
ins entitled to tho election of two (Ii) alder
nun. For the purposes of said election, polls
will be opened at tho following named pla
ces, to-wit: In the First ward, at tho coin-ini-lon
bouse of K. F. Davis, K., on tho
south side of Sixth lG) street, between Com-
tlietetul Itutl W.ieljlilKtilll tit etlllr.?, In the ttcr-
oud ward, at the ltouh ami Iteatly engine
hoii'c on the cast side of Wa-lilnston avenue
between Seventh and L'lijlitli streets; in tlio
Third ward, at the Hibernian enltie-hoilso
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
avciiuo anil Poplar street; In tho Fourth
want, at tho cortrt-liou-c, and in the Filth
ward, at Mrs. Sullivan's house on the north
west corner of Commercial avouue und
Ily order of tlio city council.
31. .1. HowLKV. City clerk.
John M. Lansdkn, Mavor.
C'AIIIO, Ills,, Jlaicli l-J, ItiTS-td
HEAI. ENTATE AOENOI.
0. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
"4 (BKCOND FLOOn) OHIO I-SVltK,
Uuv and Sill Real Kstate,
FUKNISU AIJSTKA0T3 OF TITLE
And pee-faro Convyanoeii o(i;ind!
John (L Ilannan. Chas. Thnipp.
JOHN Q. IIA11MAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
North Cot-. ,tl (iCi HI, unit Ohio I.rvce-
Abstracts of Title, ('onvevancln' uiailo a
specialty. Heal E-tato bouu'Iit aud sold.
JST'l axcs Paid, etc.
W.M. (5LENX it SOX'S
iu:a n q UAiiTF.ns ron anoamin:s
(.rkat v.vimn v,
COrrcr,. P.io, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
NIJCJ.lK, N, O., Hard & Soft Iloflncd.
SVUUl'S. Now Orloans nnd Hastorn.
Wr. MAUi; SI'KCI.sI.ITIUS OF
70d ?l Vines. CIXCIX.V.ITJ
Fov Sulo tit AVholestilo or l.otnil.
COHNEll B2l)-bTUKKT AMD OHIO LXVX
Cairn, Ulinoie. -
J .f.UAMUL K
DR U Ct
2 B BRUSHES, HI STUFFSjHIl 5
a Bfl cosmetics aajpAifiuni5at c
Corner WashliiKton yvc
and I.lxhth street.
t clmiiiols ami rabbit n.i.
for weak inns;..
A r JlAKOJiAY IIKO.S.
HOIt SOUK THIIOA'I',
Prcp.irctl uti, ,,
II r II A KOLA Y linos
Ami HMnrcclaiito lor Stables
At IIAKCLAY UltOM.
"VOL Ml A.MKItK'A,
Anil "riilvcr-nl Ktaudahl."
At I! A P.OLA Y IJKO.-s.
THE 2TEW BYaTEM.
OltOCKniKS RKTA1I.KI) AT WIIOLEK1LK
1-kicis ror. ca!ii.
AT II. O. THIKLKOKK'S HTOHE
P. O. sSohuli. J
WAHIINOTON AVX.VU1. hitwekn tkxth
AND ELUVXXTII HTUtETS.
6C tos. imv Cuba Suar Jor
01 ii it ii ii
0 Ibi. A colfeo Sugar, N. Y. Std.
1 " Prlmu Kio Coffoo for - -
1 00 I
3) cnoico " " - - 1 oc
!i " Old Ouvernmont Java - - 1 OC
Tor.s ond othor ttanle and fancv Oroc-
rlos otputdly us choap. .
Ooods now and full woi;hV given. Cisll I
nnd try. '
JOHN SILKE1IA.N, j
RETAIL GROG E R
Acd Dnalur In
VKOKTAWLI2S. FmITS. K(5(I3, LAUD
FltKsjll lIUTTElt, iri'C.
EST All Goods warranted fresh, aud sold
tho lowest prices.
Comer Oth St. andCommercIalAve.
IIYLANI) k SAlJElt,
A.Mi HKAI.RIIS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVKltY DKriCltlPTION.
Comer 10th street and Commercial avenuj
noxt door to tho llyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIP.O, ILLS.
AND tltllia IN
Kioiith Btrkkt, IJktwkkn Wabiiixutoa
AilolulnK ltt'.tPnliono isiiU Ilanny'
Keep tlio Lest or lie!, Pork, Mutton Venl.
l.amb, Ssussijo, etc., inl ro propr.t to sir?
eittions In the most Accojilnblo niHDnr,
llnTOMKit AKD Dkai.kii ur ai.i. Knrns o
COUNKK NlNKTKNTII AND Pon.All .STfl.,
lluys ami slaughters only tho best cattlo
hogs and sheep, and is prepared to till any
demand for fresh mcalu from one pound lo
ton thousand pounds.
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
o mory itescrlpllon,
LATH, aUINOLEU, OKUAP. POSTS
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
St f. a m k o a t L u m b r r,
. FurnUlicd un stiurlvsl umlcs.
L'oiiimoroial-uv, lot. 10th and llth-nts.
SI 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can tlo business
on the quiet, I Kiinriiiiteo an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and In perfect safety.
Address In perfect conlldeneo,
, w cfcl Kourlu "rccli Kw York
HENRY II. MEYER,
UIX'OKATIVi:, HION and OUNAMKNTA1
IE3 A. I IN" TH IE2.
GRAtNINO AND MARBL1NO
ol every Description.
DECORATING AND GILDING
in ovorv stylo, plain aud omamontai.
Portteulor attention paid to Olass Gildlna
Orders solicited for Scenery, Frescoo and
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
nut, plain aud ornamental. All work in
trusted to my care will be promptly .at
tondedto. Shop In Perry House, corner of
Commercial avenue and KlKhth utwet.