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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1873
I'nMlentlna Office, Bnlletln IlaMitloc
LOCAL WKATIinit KEl'OItT.
U. 8. Hio. Suit., Oiisnnvr.n's Offici:, 1
Cairo, .March l. 1S7;1, 10:11 p.m. J
Il.iromoter 30:U:) degrees, falling.
Thermometer 4" degree.
"Wind vo-t velocity i miles per
Maximum temperature lat SI hour.', ut
10:11 p. in., 47 degree".
Minimum temperature, lau SI hour, at
1 n. in., 41 degrees.
J'rcTaillnx wind lat 21 hour.-, foutliwcM.
Total number of miles wind travelled, las
SI hours, ."91.
Total rainfall, Iat2l hours .2(1 Inches.
D.wm V. 11.mint.tt, olicrvrr.
ron city Tnr.Asunr.n.
"c aro authorized to announce Mr. J.imes
A. l'hlllls a catulldatc for the ofllce or city
treasurer, at the ensuing municipal election.
Vie aro authorized to tumounco that Hoh't
A, Cuiinlngliahi will bo a candidate for re
election to tho olllce of ctty treasurer, nt the
ensuing municipal election.
rOK CITY CM'.ItK.
AYe nro authorized to nnnounco Michael
.1. Uowloy as a eandtdatc lor re-elect Ion for
the olllco of city clerk, at the coining tint-
ron ror.ici: magistiiati:.
We arc authorized to announvc William
P. Pitcher as a candldnto for tho oillco ot
pollco ni.r.'tslrale, at tho cimilng liiuttlclpal
I'lfty thousand envelope Just reechednt
the Ul'ixin IX olllce. tt
SlIi:i,I, oyters received dally by expre,
and for salu by Louts Herbert. !M -l-lw
Stuart A,Gliolsou will Miow on Wednef
day morning, nil the .now hados In silk
fichu", to which attention Is called. 3-10 St.
Mr. 1'. ltoso was a member of tho Arab
lire company, and the lias of the company
was yesterday hoisted at hair-mat :i a trlb.
uto of report to his memory.
The funeral of Mr. lioso will take- place
to-day at one o'clock, lie-will be burled nt
. Ilia nidge, and the Odd Fellows and tilt
.ho lire companies will ntlcnd the funeral.
Alf and Alf I'ltU-bttrg and English ale,
a'so t'.rcmen beer an 1 Hcnitey brandy on
draught and by the bottle, at rilgorald's
fainplc-rooins. "-18 lit.
,-. A regular convocation 01 C.iirn 1!.
tVr A. Chapter, 'o. 71, v III bo held at
VMaonIc hall this (Tuesday) evening,
March 18, 1.H73. Visiting companions are
cordially invited. P. Kou-MI'.vnit, Scc'y.
Thero will be a meeting of tho ladles of
tho Church of tho lledocmcr thts
iTuc'sday) afternoon, at one o'clock, at Mrs.
Wardner's rooms on Commercial avenue.
A full attendance ofnll tho ladles of the par
ish U earnestly requested, as buslno ol Im
portance will be brought heroic tho meeting.
t'.y order of the president.
Tho brick store, (25x100) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wardncr. .'WMiu
Pour light, airy and commodious business
ofllecs. Enquire nt 1. Culil's new bull'rtiflg,
.No. W) Ohio lavec. 2-SStr
Will be r-old lo tlio highest bidder, on tho
lint day or April next, the house ami lot on
the eornrr ol'Tcnth and Walnut MrocK
1 olfcr for sale my tntlro Hvcry Unblc
Lories, buggies and harness cheap lor cash.
Sale will be closed by tho 20th int.
y-Cff. Milks ,V. I'akkeii.
ATTENTION, KOL'GIIS !
iou aro hereby requested to meet at
your cnglnc-housc to-morrow nt 12J o'clock,
in full uniform, to attend tho funeral of
Il.utnY Sciiuii, Scc'y.
A l'l'KNTIO.N, AltAllS !
Members will report at engine-house to
day promptly at 121 o'clock, in uniform, tp
attend the funeral of our brother P. ltose.
Hy ordcror company. T.J. Ki:nni, Scc'y,
T. Lewis, Kan., ol Springfield, Is still In
tho city, , .
County Attorney I'opo ha bought a horse
, Mr. W. W. Thornton li.i gono to Shelby
vlllo on bti'lncss.
l'lill Howard has gono to St. l.otils fot
more curiosities for his famous museum.
AYlll'IItird, who jv.ii at St. Louis undergo
Ing medical treatment, has returned homo
Mr. W. P. l'ltchor Is a candidate lor
police magistrate, i-cc announcement In
Ward fc ItobcrtSjpalnlcrs, will occupy one
of tho now brick store rooms on Washington
avenue, between Tenth nnd Eleventh
Joseph (JalTrlck of Pllln, gives out that ho
will pay 110 bills contracted by his wife, a
she has left his bod and board. Joseph's
City Clerk llowlcy Is a candldato ror re
election. Mr. 11. has made n good and er-
Hclcnt clerk, and will give tho man who op
poes him n "lively tucl."
John Jones, alias; John Si richer, alias
"Ixnitovillc," n nolcd character of this city,
died nt the hospital, on last Sunday night, of
consumption. "Strieker"' was in poor
health nearly all winter.
Mr. M. P. Gilbert, Eq., who has been not
only contlncd to tho house, but to his bed,
by slcknes", lhe greater part of the winter,
was out walking about yesterday. Ills many
ftlcmls Villi he glad In lenrn that lio Is rocov
rrlng, and will soon bo able lo attend lo
A LITTLE OK KYKKYTIUNO.
Warm and pica-ant.
Pollco bmlncss dull.
County court In session.
llusluess moderately active.
.Many strangers In the cily.
ISilttcrand eggs getting cheaper.
l'lcnles will soon bo in order.
Xew buildings springing up everywhere.
Number or candidates becoming more
There nro only throo clerks employed lu
tho Cairo post-olllcc.
SlicrUV Irvin nnd his assistants are kept
busy receiving taxes.
Tho levee was jammed with ears nil day
Sunday and yesterday.
A dance nt tho St. Charles sometime diir-
lug-April. It will be a grand affair.
There arc only two caes of small-pox In
tho pcst-houH! at present. Tho dl-eao Is
County court convened yesterday morn.
Ing, Judge llross presiding, nnd transacted
The now brick Moro houses on Washing
ton avenue and 'Eleventh Btroet, aro be
ing treated lo .1 coat of paint.
Passenger trains on tho Cairo nnd Vln-
cenncsroad came In on time yesterday. It
Is to be hoped they will continue to do' so.
Yesterday was St. Patrick's day, mid ns
such was a holiday among tho Irish, though
there was no public demoi'atlon in this
N c 1111dcwt.mil that three now brick busi
ness houses will soon be put up on Commer
cial avenue, near t lie earner of Eighth
Ills honor, Judge Sbanucssv, was called
upon to pas judgment on only two eaos.
Oitu was ilimised, llie other r-ent lo the cal
abooac. The ehurchc- or tho city wero all well
attended on Sunday last.' Tho day was
warm and plcaant, and everybody that
could "turned out."
Tho alarm of lire was sounded at about
nine o'clock on Sunday night, but if anybody
has found out whero tho llro was they have
dono more than we can do.
Coal dealers In this cltv complain tint
"trado fs dull," and that it mu-t remain so
the balance of the season. Consumers will
not complain that tho time has come that
they can dlpcuse with llrcs.
On laH Thursday evening whilo a lot ot
limits were being tramlcrcd from one of tho
wharfboaU to Parker's livery suble, live of
them broko Ioo-e and ran away. Though
every effort has been madu to recover the
mules tliey have not yet been found. They
nretivo largo animal", and worth consider
Mr. S. Walter' plaining mill, on Commer
clal avenue near tho corner of Twelfth
fcircci, is now in run blast, and turning out
dressed lumber at the rate or two thousand
root per day. This I1 a want Iohl- felt In this
communIty,and there cannot bo a rea-onabhi
doubt that WrltcrV plaining mill will prove
a paving institution.
1. O. O. P.
The member of Alexander lodge No. 221,
are hereby notified to meet at their hal)
promptly at 12 o'clock to-day to attend the
luneral or their late brother, Pred A. Kosc.
I-Iting brothers aro Invited to attend.
Jxo. P. ltoiitssox, Itcc. Pec'y.
NOTICE, IUulHtNlANS !
The members ol tho Hibernian I 'Ire com
pany aro hereby notltled to appear at their
cngIne-houe in full uniform, at 12 o'clock,
to attend the funeral ot P. ltose, late mem
ber or the Arab Piro company.
Wm. McIIalk, l're.'i.
M. J, IIowluy, Sec'y.
NOTICl' OP DISSOLUTION.
The co-partncrhlphcrctororo existing be
tween tho uudcrilgned, is this day dissolved
by agreement. Wm. J. Ai.u-.x,
John 11. Mui.ur.v,
I Atr.o, March 11, 1873. n-lu dlu.
HEAL ESTATE POH BALE.
1 will sell lot numbered 12 in l.lock.lti, first
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
house now stamllngou tildlot w ill lie moved,
leaving a i;ood brick cellar, cistern and out
houses, ror particulars enquire nt my shop
on Twentieth street. . Eiiu:iis.
HOTEL POU KENT.
Tho undcwlgned offer to rent tho Jllsuy
house, Mtuattu near Greenfield lauding,
Missouri, and at the terminus ol tho 0. A: P,
5 railroad. Paorablc term will be offered to
" a good tenant. J'or particulars apply to 11,
P. Pttld, PloW' stable, Cairo, or oil the
premises to J. 1). (ui:i:.ni:i.i.
KID OLOYUS! Kliru LOVES!!
fetuart&Oholsou will offer on Weductt
day morning, a full Hue of their celebrated
dollar kid gloves, every pair warranted not
to tear. This absortinent will comprise all
the new shades or greens, blues, slates, ly.
order, etc, Come early and inak your so
Tho. Court-house hotel, containing cigh
toon reoiBKiKOod collar, and 1111 excellent
cistern, will bo rented on (ho most liberal
term. 'J lilB 110USO 1 siuuu-u uu inciinuni
Vlroct. between Washington and Comma
ri.i. 1 iin For inn ier lnionuauou im
Mjily at tho brickyard of Ju'Oii JCi.ink.
MAltCII TF.n.M, 1873 CI'. 1 M 1 N A I. HVK.
lion. ' P. llross. ludirc. urcsldlnir. 1. 11.
Pope, attornoy, J. O. Lynch, clcrki A. II,
I rvln, fchcrlff.
Tho jieojilc, etc., vs. Henry Woods and
Charles Gormlcy. A capias Issued on com
plaint of Molly Earlc, for riot. Capias re
tinned served on Woods, who plead guilty
and was lined 820 and costs of prosecution.
No scrvico on dercudant Uonnlcy. Order
lor an nllas capias rotttrnablo to Iho next
term and ball fixed nl $300.
Tho people s. Charles Seed, assault to do
bodily Injury. Capias returned endowed.
No service, and alias ordered returnable to
next term. Hall fixed at $100.
The people vs. Mosos Hill, for larceny
Motion entertained by defendant's attorney,
u. 1 . Linrgar, lo dismiss suit, which was af-
icrwarti witlnlrawn, nlitl defendant nr.
ralgncd, who plead not guilty. Jury waived
nnd tried by tho court. Evidence heard and
adjudged not guilty nnd ill-cliargod.
Tho pcoplo vs. James Olccsoii, for cutting
tlmijcr. Information or Thomas Little filed
and capias ordered against derendant, re
Tho people vs. Silas Catible, ctal, Hot.
Complaint or Alfred Cauhlc Hied. Defend
ant", by their attorney, S. P. Wheeler, en
tered tlielr nppcainco nnd plead kiiIIIv
Pined t?."i each and cost or suit.
On petition of Elijah Dlckcrson, letters or
administration wero irranteil to Idin ln tho
estate or Ira D. Nclf deceased, lm having
died bond in tho mm or 5S0O. John AV,
Allen, L'll Abshlro nnd Thomas .Martin were
On petition of Joseph UMiop, letters of
administration were grantcd.hliu in the es
tate of David Lvcrhart, deceased, bond
having been Hied by Mm lu sum of 000.
Itlley Abbott, J. J. Ciay and Thomas Mar-
taln. were appointed appraisers. .
Williams and Allord v. estate of Mitchell
I.a.are, nsumpslt, demanil $101. Objection
made by the administratrix to defendants
claim; additional evidence required, and
cause continued lo next term.
The Commerce 'Dispatch' calls Denton "a
very able and sclentlllc lecturer," and iiro
naunccs I). 1J. Turncy "a rattlebrained but
talented young preacher," "not strictly fair
in ms arguments.' Tlio truth Is that Tur
ncy dealt only In facts, and as tlio Inlldel
champion failed to answer Mr, Turncy'a ar
gumsnts, It is tho aim of the demolished
crew lo make out that Turncy was not strict
ly fair. I). II. Ti'iiNr.v.
On Saturday last, at Murphysboro,.Jack
son county, Deputy fehcrlll Ilrcwstcr ami
contublo named 1 oiler became Involved In
a quarrel, which resulted in llruwstcr'a be
lug bhot twice lu the arm and back. Toller
was arrested and held to ball In the sum o
SEltlOL'S Cl'TTlNO Al'ITtAY.
oiuotimo early Sunday morning 11 scrlou
cuttlug affray occurred on board tho sttfam
boat Orcat ltepublic, while lying at tho
wharf In this city. Tlio head engineer.
named liariurec, and William Patterson
Ilwt mate, got into n dispute which resulted
In blows. During the uroirrcss ot thoineleo,
Patterson ued a kuilo which ho plunged lu
to tho face of the ronncr, tlio soft part of the
eiit ei: Done, and cutting through tho roof
01 1110 mouth, inllletlng an ugly and dan
gerou wound. Patterson, It Is reported
was drunk at the time, In consideration ol
which clrcum-tanco llurtufvo refused to
prosecute him. Tho Orcat Itopubllo dc
parted Horn lids poit last night, and Patter
son Is now beyond tho roach ol tho officers,
A NAItKOW KSOAI'E,
On last .SundnyartcruoouMr. .locob Kline
accompanied by iinnthcr gentleman, wero
out buggy riding. W hlle dilvlug 011 Hi
Mississippi locc, and when near tlio pest
house, tlio howo brcamo frightened and 1111.
coutrolublc. After running 11 short distance,
ho turned oil' tho lcyco and Willi a desperate
leap plunged Into thy liver, carrying tho
buggy anil Its two occupants with him. Tho
embankment v,hcro the howo Jumped Into
the river is about twelve fret above Hie
water. Fortunately for tho men who were
in the buggy, a colored m:in,who was a Miort
distance from them, saw their situation,
hurrltilto their assistance, and succeeded
Hi getting Mr. Kllno and Ids friend out or
tho water. Tho buggy was iceovercd, but
tho howo drowned,
Chas Tannurc, St LollN, Mls.-ouri: Samuel
Class, MempliN, Tennessee; J C &tdy.
Mound City; S C Oordau, Mound Cily; K M
Uarnwell, Doiigola; Joe Houck, Princeton,
E 11 llristol, Dongola; Geo Little, Dongola;
John Davis and wife, Illinois; Miss Holme.
Illinois; J II Lochart, Jonesboro, llllnul'; O
A Kurd, Jonesboro, Illinois; v C Varuer,
Point PleasantMissouri; O O Pcae, Point
Pleasant, Ml-ourl; II I! Eandall. Padueah.
Kentucky; S P.ittewon, Anna, Illinois; Sam
uel Ilouton, ; J W Jonos. Mur
ray, Kentucky; it 11 I!urll, Co
Miss AllcoIJuwIde, Ylnocnues ; 1) It Tur
ncy,.! L Keeper and wire, Edgewood, Illi
noli; A It Thurston, Mount Vernon; P
Davis, Chicago; A Puller, Johet ; C ()
Allord, l'aducah; W ficrber, Michigan; W
P Kobliisou ; C C Nauson, St Louis; h P
lllaek, Tetino-cc ; C A Simond, New
Madrid; A A Ilayne, eity: Thomas Little,
Wilmington; W S liadgcr and wife. New
I II V Bll NlYb"
Steamer Jnines Ilownrd, Xow Orleam -"
Ilelio Ilnton Kougo, Eaton Kongo
" (iuickatop, Kvansvilio
" Wm, J. Lowis, Camden
" New Eon Accord, St. Louis
" St. Josoph, tjt. Louis
'" Kobcrt E. Lee, Now Orleans
" (irand Tower, Memphis
" Idluwild, Mctuphis
Capitol City, Vfcksburg
1 Potomac, Memphis
1 .Mountain Oak, fjhotwell'i
Hollo of Shrevoport, St. Louis
Jim I-'isk, jr., Padueah
Wm. Cowen, St. Louis
Steamer James Howard, St. Louis
nouo iiaton Kongo, bt. Louis
" U.alckstep, Evansvillo
" Great Kepublic, Now Orleans
" "SVtn. J. Lewis, St. Louis
" Now Eon Accord, Mound City
" St. Joioph, Mompbis
' Kobort E. Leo, l'aducah
" Grand Tower, St. Louis
" Capitol City, St. Louis
' Potomac, Cincinnati
" Hollo of Shrovcnort, Ked rivor
" Illinois, Columbus
CO.VDITIO.V Of T11E IlITEIM.
Tho riio in tho Ohio at this point ccn
tinuos at a steady rato. Tho Mississippi li
in n trjlcrablo fair condition to St. Louis
and boats como out without trouble.
Special dispatches to The Uulleti.v
report tho condition of tho rivers at vari
BL-&IXRSS AXI) WKATIIEIt.
llusiucis on nnd about tho lftvco waj
very good for Monday, which is nn-.tMy
our dullest day. Thero h now cor.tidra
bio freight on hand. Tho rMi in Nat,
Orleans for flour is COc per barrel and SO
por 100 on pound freight; way frihu
10 and 80o.
Tlio weather was mild and very plevt
Saturday nfternoon whilo tho Great Ke
public was lying in port, a d iiilculty oc
curred botweon her ilwt mate Hilly Pat
towon, nnd head engineer Hartureo
which resultod in l'attorson boing knocked
down, and Hattulco recolvlng a eovoro
and ugly cut on tlio chook from it.knlfo
in thohandjofthofornior. Mr. llartufc
liad his wound dressed ltoro and remained
on tho boat. Tho question of "who
struck Dilly Puttorion" can now bo iius
werod, "Unrtufeo dono it."
Tho Idlowild has qui,t.th Kvansvilio
nnd Memphis trade, and will roturn to
her old trado between hero nnd Evantvillo.
Sho docs not carry enough freight to jus
tify her running to Memphis.
Tho Hob Loo 1 days out from Now
Orleans, came up Hying light and wont to
l'aducnli, whoro alio will get somo tobacco.
Sho will return to-day, mid will 1111 out
her trip here, and will leave for Now Or
leans ojnoiuay. nor tlmo troui .Mem
phis to this port was twenty houw, In
eluding sovorul landings,
Nick Hacker, who has boon colloetor on
tho ferryboat Cairo for sovoral yoars, has
resigned IiIh position nnd accepted a clotk
ship in tho express olllce.
Tho lino wutch nnd chain with an
anchor attached, which was preionted to
Onpt. Ed. Gray of tho -toamor St. Josoph,
ns a roward for making tho most regular
tlmo ;ln tho tradoj botween St. Louis and
.Memphis, has boen placed In u lino watch
cam nnd hang up nt tho oillco whoro nil
who dcslro can look at it. It is of an
unlquo pattorn, nnd was manufactured for
tho occasion by a Connecticut wathinakor,
James Johnson, ngont of tlio Illinois
Central railroad, was mndo' tho recipient
of a lino mltcli cow and calf last Saturday.
Capt. Jim. Groonflold was tho donor.
III I r Nntlnim! llnnk llulldlii(;.
M.Sprcisl llenlion,.ttiil (aonlcrs Irorn 'ifism
bnsin nlKht or
GEN BRA Ij AG iiNTS
I'OHWAUDINf) ami (JOiM MISSION
II It 11 I) II A N 'I .1.
DEALERS IN FI-OUK ;
HIIO IllVKIl AS It KAKAW1IA
70 Ohio IiKvhk,
COFKKV, PACH CO.,
r o it w a tt it 1 n n
KLOL'K AND COUNTKY PKODL'CE
J. .M. l'lIILIill'S & CO.,
(Ilurceasort In K. II. llcn.rici A Co,)
Forwarding and Commission
lyijs: I.iLersl Ailrano-mfuis mivlo smA-4
&2 upon CnudUnmentH. tSUZU
Am propstf J lo rceito.'storo and lorwril
(rcll.U In bit points un l tuy anil
sell on cctnmisaion.
J'lliininB- stlniiled to promptlri
S. I). Avr.111. I'. J, ayi; i
AYKilS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. "S Ohio Lily it., Cairo, Ill.
It. ?i. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM) DKALKIl I.V
1-TJlTX-, oats, cobn
and mill feed.
CUKO, - - - ILLINOIS
TJ F.PORT rf the condition of llm City National
.rVllank ofCiilrn, nt Cnlro, In Iho l.ite of lllinuli ut
cloieortuinei I'clmiary !!tih, 1S73.
Loans nml discount, .'2l,ll',t HI
V. S. bonds lo secure circula
tion eo,(0 no
U. B. bonds on hand 1.1,1.', On
Oilier slocki, lionds and tnorl-
,.8SJ .VJ 15
Uue from redeeming nnd re
serve ntcnts "!I!I,!S7 0
l)ue from other iutlon.il banl.s W),C71 fit
Dtie fiom Hate banks and
.bankers ss.MH nl 2tll,IW 01
Hanking home 'JA,imI IM
Other teal eute H,ki HO 30,0ii0 (MJ
Current expenwi l.IHI 10
Taxes paid l.iVtMI i. n.lisi 75
faili lien 1,2ml "I
lldl of nailon.il bank 1 ;M OU
I r.iclloiKl currency, and
nlckeln a.717 S.-.
Ppeclc, coin A.Tt. M
ICal tender hoik', i'.W In) S
f'.ipilil nock pald'ln
Profit anil Ion..
nue in national iank.,
Uuc to utate banks nnd bankers.
...I'.s I i Tt I
sn,f :il in.nn '.'
. u IHI
ttaic 01 Illinois, coumyoi .iiexanuer, i .
1. A. II. SalTurd. cathlcr of the Cltv National Hank
ol ('tiro, do solemnly iwear tliat llie above utatetnent
IS 11 IIC W IIIC Wl l VI Illy kllUWimKC i.ll.1 .IIC,.
a. 11. Stir 1 UKir, i.aint'T
Hubicribed and sworn to before rue lliti llthdavof
w, 11. Munnn, notary ruiuic
til I, aw at
It. If. CU.VNINOIIAM,)
'i. I). WILLIAMSON, V
11. L. 1IALL1IMY. J
I On'lY-KlKST report of the condition of the Fint
ioual Hank of Cairo. Illinois, at the close of bin
Iin anj dicounti
U. S. Isinditoiecurccliiulatktii
U. . ls)nd and ciirl!let on
Other itoikt, bondi and niort-
IHie from rcdceinlni; and re-
Due from other national Isinks...
lurnlturc nnd flxtures
Caih on hand in coin 2..V) !
Currency :,! :il,t;7 Zl
".! I IU
),. 1 1
n, l lm
.,. ' I
'."7 ! .
. ! (ithi fl
. . .. nr.' IT-i rr
C.ip'til Hock ,
r.vehans?. Interest, profit and Imj...
Clrculatloti ouutaudin,; M
Due to other bank and banker'...
State of Minn!, Alexander emmty, city f.f Calm, m
1, C. N. lluihti, tiuhicr of the hint Natknul
llank of Cairo, no oiernidy awrar tlwit the aboie ilte
went li true to the lst ef my timlnlK and belief.
C. .V. IIVOII IS, Cashier.
Hubsfrilml and sworn to Ik(k i llii Uevculli
.l.iy ..f.Martli, l7:i
CHAS. CUNNINGHAM, Notary I'uIIm..
1) IIUKD, 1
ItOIIT.W Mil I.LR,
A. li, SAl l'OIt 1). J
Notice l licrohy 'iveri tli.it on Titcsii.t)',
tliu Kith il.1v of April. A. D. 1BT3, a kciicimI
flection will In: Iiulil In tlio cily ot Cairo,
AlnxatnliT county, stale ol Illinois f"l tlio
.'flection or tlio following imined iniiiiiciiml
oillrers, to-wit: A mayor, :i city coiincil, n
elty cleric, u city attorney, a city trcmrer
ami a police magistrate: cncli or the live i5i
wan Is Into which the city u nuwilitlilnilln
ln cntltleil to tliv election of two (!) nlder
men. Kor llie imrritHf". or paid elertlnn, polls
will lie opened at the followlm; naineil pb
ce, to-wlti In tlio Klrr-t ward, at llie com
iiil.son lioii.o or K. T. I).ivl, L.., on the
("otttli Ulo or Sixth (rt) ktreet, between iom
merclal and Wnshlnton aentiee; In the Sic
nnd ward, at the Konh and Heady enuiii'V'
houc 011 thecast fldo orWa-hlnton avenue
helwccii Seventh and Kihlh ktrcct.-; lu the
Third ward, at the Hihernlaii em;lne-hoii-e
on Thirteenth street between ( oiiiuienial
avenue and roplnr urcet; In the rourtli
ward, at the court-hoiite. anil lit the l-'ilth
ward, at Jlrs. SulIIvaii'i' hoti'c on the north
wen corner of Commercial uremic and
I wenty-llllh i-lrcet.
jiy oruoroi mc city council.
M. J. Howi.KV, City clerk.
John M. Lansiikn, .Mayor.
. aiho, 111-., ilarch l'J, IsTiMd
MilLRU tc I'AKKKH,
G KN K ft AT, COMMISSION
? O K W A 1. D I N O M E KOH A N TS,
U13AIKHS IN FLOUR, COHN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUK-NTS Foa FAIKHANK'3 HUALKS
Ohio Lovco. CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
t. U. MATIIllflS.. K. O.UIU
C 0 M M I S S I ON M K 11 C HANTS
1AY AND WESTERN I'RODUUI'
M If IO i.KVEl.
Bf AIL BOAT.
Tbs aplentlid itoamor
UKAI. KNTATK AUCNVt.
U. WINSTON !: CO.,
REAL ESTATE AG-ENTS
li (BECONU 7I.OOE) 0UI0 LEVEK,
Hoy and Sxih Real Ehtatj:,
FUKNIHU ABSTKACTH OF T1TLB
And pct-rr Cnnvnynn-m. ofKlod!
John H. Hunnaii. elm. Thruiip
JOHN Q. HARMAN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
.Vorlli Cur. oroiU tit. mill Ohio I.evee
Aljslraets of Title, Convnyanelns miilfl a
icniaiiy. Keal Kfctato botlKht and t-old.
ESTTasc- I'ald, etc.
DK II G GI S T S j
Rcluil nntl 1'rcKcriiilion
Turner WiishliiKton Av
nl KlKhth utrect.
PR U G
O I LS
1 ec tmir -- " J "Mi
" FM STUFFS)
? HinTOILCTJHKl HATCWAlJ
Of ehamoli ami rahhU n.ln.
lor Weak iutK.. '
At ItAKCLA V ItltO.S,
yon HOIH-; THItOAT,
I'repared and td
II v IIAKCLAV HliOM
And DMiifcct.inif. Inr M:il,c.
At IIAKCLAV IJKOH,
H ONLY lli:i:."
. " YODNO AJIKItK'A,
Ami "l'nler:il .Standnrd."
At IIAKCLAV HKOS.
rXHlEJ WE'.V 3YSTB1X.
(HtOOKKIKS RKTAILCII AT W1IOI.KSAI.K
RICS fOK TAHII.
AT II. O. THlKLKUKir.S HTOKK
WAHHINOTON AVK.SUK, HX.TWHZS TENTH
AND KLUVKNTII STUIKTH. j
6C '1,1. dry Cubit Hugur lor - - - f 5 0
0 " " " " ... 1 00
t;J Itn. A cofl'eo Sueur, N. Y. Hid. - 1 00
4 " l'rlmo Kio Cotfe for - - I 00 I
2J " Clioico " " - . 1 00 !
.1 " Old Uoverument Jnvn - - 1 OC '
Tom nnd othor sUplo Mid fancy Urooo-
rie cquauy as cueap.
Uoodi now nnd full veight givun. Call
R E T AIL G R 0 C E R
Ami Vrtlvr In
LKS. KKUITS, KOOS, LAKD
KLdll HtnTKlt, KTO.
WM. ULKNN & SON'S
jij:ad qiiAiirniis ron ainn;nnu-:s
COrrKK. Klo, Lajjuayru, Java, Moclm.
SUU.VK, N. O., Hard & Soft Kellried,
SYKUI'.S. .Now Orleans and Mimtern.
wi: maki: bPi'.ciAi.nniH op
70 .( 71 Vint SI. ty.YUAXl n
Dick Fowlh, CaptRln
Lcavctt Cairo DAILY, (Sunday excepted) at
op.m hot IVi-lKht opamaye apply on boat or
J?,. Jap. Mallohy, Au't,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
n uMry ilvacrlplUin,
LATH, HHINULICH, OKDAK l'OSTH
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS
Kurnlflinl on ftiorlfnt notice.
L'oiumoToial-av, bot. 10th und llth-HtH.
3T" AH Oooilt warranted Ircnh, ami wild
ttie lowct pricci'.
Conicrbth St. aodCotumcrcUlAvo.
UYLAND U SAUER,
AND DXAI.KUH IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
OF KVKKY DlCItll'riO.N.
Corner iflth street and Coranicrelal avuiiiu
next door to the ilylanil huloou.
11-10 If. CAIKO, ILLS.
AUK MALia IX
Kioiitii Ktiikkt, IIktwekn Wahiiinoto
Ailjoluliilt lil'.leiiliiiiiHn mid jiauny'n
Kfep tliu lit or llnal, Pork, Mutton Voul.
I.'iinl, fiiiK"i eln., r-ml nro prepurud lo n ryu
iiUixinn In thtt rnoet unriiptatilu liiannor.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
llUTCIIKIl AND DllAI.Kn IU ALL KlNDH Ot
COHNKIt .NINKTKNTII AND 1'OPI.AU HTH.,
IIiij-h and MatiHhtera only tho best cattle
boh'M and Hhccp, and Is prepared to till any
duiiiand for frcbli mcaU from one pound lo
ten thousand pounds.
M INCKL-UA NKOVN.
Kor Salo nt Wliolopalo or Retail. I
HENRY JI. MEYER,
DIX'OKATIVE, HION and OKNiMENTAl
OOHNKIl !2l)-HTHEKT AND OHIO r.RVE
no'IIH J .t'.MAKlll.u
HUM IS, IU.OWN.S; CO.,
Aoknth lltiMr. (,'orroN Mii,i.h
.NO. U Ohio Lovco, Cairo, III-,
GRAINING AND MAItBLING
of every Description.
DECORATING AND OLDING
In every style, plain and oruamoHT.
I'articulur ationtlou paid to Uum Gliding
Orders solicited for Mcenery, 'rescoo una
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
a lit, pUin Mid ornunenUl. A work lu
trttftou to tar ere will be pjmpihr tt
Usded to. , Shop In Pny Houm corner of
CoMBMroltl nvdnue and Kli(UUi ntt.