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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, THURSDAY,- MARCH 20, 1373
CAIRO BULLETIN.
l' Alf mid 'A1f l'lltsburg nud English rile
niso iircmcn ncernu I iirnnessy iranuy u
draught and by the bottle, nt FIDKcrnld'o
sample-room. ."..igJlt.
?akMsMIa MBce, BallMla Bnildln
LOCAL WKTUT.!l RtU'OnT.
U. 8. Sto. Sen., OnsKRVr.n's Orrtci:
, 10:11
ici:. )
tun.
Cairo, March id, l
llaromctcr 29:75 debtees
Thermometer &5 decrees.
"YTinil north velocity 21 miles icr
tiour.
Weather, fair.
, Maximum temperature last '.'I hour,
1 p. n. C3 degree.
f Minimum temperature, List SI hour,
C a.m., 33 decrees.
1'revalllns wind last 21hour, norlhwc.!.
Total number or mile wind travelled, 1.W
SI hour", lot.
David A. llAUS'ETr, Observer.
at
lit
AXXOCJfCEMHSTS.
ron ritvTnKAsuiiKi:.
Wo aw fititbnrlziid to announce Mr. James
A. FliMIs a candidate fur tlio oilleo or rlty
treasurer, nt tlie ensuing iiiiinfcipnt election
AY arc authotlzcd to announce, that HoVi
A. Cunningham will be a candidate Torre
election tolho oillco or city treasurer, at the
cumins municipal election.
ron city ci.r.r.K.
AVo ara authorized to announce .Michael
.!. Hnwley ns a candidate tor re-election Tor
the ofllco of city clork, nt the ensuing mil
iilclpal election.
for rent.
Fmtrllpht, airy and commodious business
oiUecs. Emiulrc at P. Cirul' new building,
-No. fin Ohio loveo. 5'Mf
ORANGES! ORANGES!!
Mnthim&Uld are Just In receipt of one
hundred boxes or fine orange, which are
bclnz sold at the lowest lk-ures. Call and
ce them . nt.
ron pomckmagistkati:.
Arc aro authorized to announce Mr. James
It an ncandldato for the ofllco or police
magistral s at the ensuing municipal elec
tion. AVo arc authorized lo nnnouncc William
P. Pitcher na a candldato for the ofllcc id
pollco magistrate, at the ensuing municipal
election.
ion aluiuimkn.
AVo are authorized to announce the iiainn
or Cbas. O. Patlcr as a candidate for alder
man Irqrr the Fourth (1) ward, at tho ensit
In? municipal election.
Uy authority we announco that M. J. Me
Gaulcy will bo a candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
election.
Captain
St. l.ouI.
Kx-I.leut.
ycrtcrdav.
HurJ returned yesterday from
Gov. Dougherty wan In the elly
Mr. AV. AY. Thornton has gone to (lcld
tn tho railroad convention.
Fifty thousand envelope! jurt rocchedat
M1U UULUI.II.N OIUCC. tt
SHELL oyster recclvcil daily bv oxpres.
liie Cairo and St. l-oulj railroad brldre
over the Okaw river, near Chester, has been
c-juijiicicu.
s.uiuiingnam, tue ury goods man, started
last yesterday. Ho will brln hack with
nun an immense stock or goods.
WANTED, ULAOU'SMITH.
I'ocoto C'ryer'a station, Kentucky. To one
who understand country work ti steady Jnb
will be (riven. Call cm I'.lt Reeves, Oyer
itatlon. Kentucky, or -'. It. Woodwjrd.
Cairo. fl-2 -It.
FOErVU.H
ti;i f-'vii, lot II, block 47. lt addition, nn
Tweiity-llrt meet, n nt"- (.j'jm r"i''tM
in splendid condition; hall and three r
and kllvlien, good oMcrit. sublet nn1 o.
house. Apjdy to .1, (,'. luiuiox x .,
I.'eal Ktle Airr.u.
March 00. 1S73. il-l'-i
' "NEW GOUD-i.
.Mrs. Ni-tdU on Ehrht ffrcot, b HTcen
Commcreiul and' VWhiiyton avenirv, la
Itirt opened out it toek of new nd f Si!on
able mlRiiicry -ood. Mia ha "lit h'livl 'd
atwl liny diiWent-dyhM ol Imt and bnnneti,
bcldo a lain :i.ortimMil nf llbbon, How-
era and notion of all sort', nil of whleli Till
bo 'old at the lo;vct ilh e.
""miLIineim7!
Mr. M. ,tackon, fuinu'il) f-uniidcr, It
ally lccclvlnr addition to her tool: ol
prinv cooil and will show all tho latest
style at the most reammbli! rate. Mr
tlackson bus remnvrd to her own stand mi
Commercial avonvc. opposite Elliott Ar Hay.
thoin's shoe store, where she will be happy
to receive nil customer.
' CAM. ON HIM.
Mr. .1. C. 1 fuels of the Uulletlii binder'.
will Mt Vienna. Illlnol, in ndaynr lo,
and U authorized to receive ubcrlption-
ror thin paper, also order, (ov job work and
lilndiiiL'. The buiness men or Vienna will
do well to send In their order w ith Mr. II,
n our nrlccs arc n low, and our ftieilltlc
enualto thoe nf any other printing tUw-
lUhincnt In thNoranyor tho surrounding
state.
NOTICE.
Messr. Schicht & Ulrich on the comer ol
Eighth street and Commercial nvcuue, have
established a cleaning and dyeing citablWi-
mctit In which all cleaning and colorin; are
donebystenm. hllk, velvet, woolens, cte
will bo cleaned and colored to look like new;
faded and damaged gooda will bo rertored
to their ordinal beauty; plaid goodB dyed,
plaid retaining nil their colors; kid k1"c.,
plume, etc., cleaned and dyed any color.
The ladle and gentlemen nf Cairo nro rc
riucstcd to call and examine 'peclmeim of
work-. "-lf It.
THE .SCIENTIFIC EEOTtJltCd OF D1I.
TA1IEH.
Dr. II, C. TaburwlU commence a setlcs oT
lectures at the Athciicum, In tliU clly, on
Sitttrday mid Sunday pvcnlng, M trcli 20
and !!0, on "The True l'hllnophy or l.tle,''
continuing them trom llmo to tlmo, n clr
cumstniiccs will poiinft, tt which duo notice
will bo Riven. The subject fur tho fir.-.t lec
ture will be "God, the Creator." That of
tho ecoiid wilt be ''It e l.vn'f isfc'.ofThlnj,
or the S.lunoe of (Mr:- nn.' ire.'' This
llttle-undeis jod uoect is onu of the tnol
profound littetenl it thn proient time,
m Id it tho coufurlon of co&Hlc'.In idea, us
It lve tho key li; which we cm uiim 1 the
Uinjrtnjj in which the bib): v9 n 1 how It
must lie Interpreted, nt t! ixtr.3 time turcw.
UMftn'tcU iig.it onthsmj' JObsT and h'r'ory
ofth - j..-tt, art I r'n9-ealbd Idriirr re'l
tii of the ptetciiL. T,v (u'je . tt t'-
f -v.reswillbsof bc met I't't-ie e fj-'.-
et, la eotrtrotim t of the iri'h nr.-
TMde4, ffinjf h m maeQy eraflne l to
tll-nS(Mlfieiir; kftl "Anrfut fb eternal
linr.tteiif' iMtwc MtcAM tml lelulon. .
v.vireth cmlniuUj-r'Vilteate:!'.. "t-i or
"ulfte krciW'd; -. Thfrr l'i ro
I 'vtili t -.il -r, u p;.- a i'.i lU'
i.:t, HV'i :.-?alt rloi civii!'ale. '.- '.nlcnl
I'!m imdrcfOTeaetto nBfMnllLirln.jc'.iites,
T .'tMpeitiw,!':r!arrf" C"n - n'tir'ttinp:
ire ithMMM audVdy. citu brthnd . t MiuV.
HtiiMHt'e. K'lWf BiS"l 'well's
end nttbtdoor. fi"n" of n nt7io'elocl
cowissiie.1': jire n Po'c''lf.
B-Jl.
corxTT'COFKr.
i;Ht
dls
I".
A.
Mr. Joseph Arnold, for some time
loeil reporter for Tun HUM.irriy. ha;
conitnicd his connection with this paper.
Mossrs. Howland and Dixon of St. l.r,ul
i-ii in 1'nvu yeiicruay. tiiov weio on
intlr way to the railroad convention at Mav
Held, Kentucky, to-day.
The whartboats andall other pUcc whore
irelsht can bo placed, is encumbered with
storaje. lacllltlc lor .hippini; arc alto
cetner unequal to the demand.
Jan. Marotiy, better known as "Had Eye.
Miuuicu on mi mortal coll ut tho St. Mary
lnnniuryycjtcrday inoruln. Ho wa bu
lied at tho c.xpciHo of bin nefjiialiitenccs.
Dr. Howard or Urookiyn, Neii- Vork, U lu
tlUs city. Tho doctor U n railroad man wc
ncuovo, and Interested lu one nc more of !
Uit dozcu or 4o railroads which, ir thev do
Hit oonrro hero now, will shortly.
ino .Moiitie aim unto ratiroati tor "omo
thus pat have rcruscd all rrclght from this
1'oln.t, Klviof tho prercrenco tJthat which
reacuos Coluiabtisby the Iron Mountain road
and St. Louis and MemphU packet com
pany e boat.
The uext regular communication or
-P"r Delta lodge, No. WW, A. F. and A. M
will bo held nt Masonto ball this
(Thursday) evening, nt "i o'clock.
ATslllns brothers cordially invited to at
tend. AV. A. Pr.oo, fiec'y.
. ji
Daybcloro yesterday a ranillly who hae
been 11'Jny on tho comer or Twenty-lint
Mrcct and Commcreiul avenue, moved out
of the houtc. A youumau by tho name or
Hiram Orccnwald, who lm been boarding
with them, and who was very sick with
pucumouia ut tho time tho lamlly moved,
wai left In t e houc, alone and unattended.
HU condition becoming known, ho was yc
tcrdsy moved to the hospital nt the expense
pi i no county.
FOU HUNT.
The brick (tore, (25x100) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Avardncr. K-d-lm
l'UHLIC SALE.
AVTU bo Mid to the highest bidder, on the
tlrstt'ay or April next, tho hoitso and lot on
tho corner ofTcuth and Walnut MrecK
n-iitd
FOlt SALE.
I otTer for Mlc my entire livery stable
l.orscs, bugglcaund harnem cheap lorca'h.
halo will be cIoed by tho 20th Itii-t.
Mtr. Milks AV. 1'ahkf.h
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
The co-partnership h'retoroiu existing be
tween tno unuersiijned, lthls day dls-olvcd
by asrccmctit. . wr. J. ailk.v.
.Toiin II, .AlLI.K;V.
AMur.i. 1'. WiiF.j:.i:n.
( Aino, March J 1, 1873. S-10 dl w
HEAL ESTATE FOlt SALE.
1 wilt tell tot numbered 12 In block l!, llnd
addition, froutlng on Twciillcth Urcct. My
bouse now ktandlngon nldlotwill he moved,
Waving a cood brick cellar, cistern and out
houics. For particular enquire at my shoji
on Twentieth street. W".t,-Eiii.):r.'.
3-15dlm
HOTEL FOH KENT.
Tho under.Igncd otTcrs to vent tho lllsty
v bouse, situated near flrccnllcld lauding,
Miisoutl,andattlic ttnntnusol tho C. A F.
railroad. Favorable terms wilt be oll'erod to
n good teuant. For particulars apply to II.
P. Field. Flcld'fl (table, Cairo, or on tho
premises to .T. It, OitixNnr.i.n.
.L13 3w.
FOH KENT.
The Court-house hotel, couutinng eigh
teen rooms, good cellar, and nn excellent
cistern, will be rented on the most Ilbtial
tenni. 'f hl uoiiw Is situated on 1'wcntlcth
ulreet, between AVashlngton and Comnui
clal vcuuos. For further Information np.
ply nt the brickyard of Jacom Klinf,
DISSOLUTION.
The co-partnership heretofore cxirtlng
botween AV". II. llradlcy nnd O. O. Allatxl,
under the tle or Ar. H. Hradley Co.. 1
this day dissolved br mutual consent,' C. O,
Allard ittlrlng.AV. II. llradlcy nssuming all
llablllllc nnd collecting tdl amount ducajd
concern. AV. H. Huadi.v.y,
C. O. M.t.snn.
Calm. HI., March IS, lS7;i.
W. II. llradlcy will continue the i:omml
slon and forwarding bu-lnes lit tho name
stand (No. 60 Ohio levee). I would cheer
lully recommend him to the confidence anj
patronage ot my Irlcnd and public gener
ally. ('. O. AM.vnn.
::.ifwit
A MTJIOGI.AI'H l'ICTI.'iiE OF CAIHO.
We were velerd.iv shown a bird' -eye
view of tho clly of Cairo, done in pencil nnd
linl.-hcd In India Ink. The work was dono
by Mr. H. I!rotns ot St. I.oul, and I an ex
cellent and truthful drawing ot ;airo. it
gives an accurate view ol every house, large
nnd small, public iitid private, in the clly,
ol every sticct aud iivcnms, tindn lino view
orbothrlver,wltnthe i.'.ilpplngiitiuo wiiarr,
nmonK which may bo wen the Illlnol, tho
Ftsk and other steamers, nnd out in tho cen
ter or tho rover, tho H, E. Lee, Oilmen How.
urd, etc. Tho drawing U to bo lithographed
In colon1, nud when tlnlihtd will bo n highly
ormmcntal ns welt as useful picture. Mr,
C. u. l'cae Intends to cauvnks tho city tor
subscribers, uud lr he succeed In ruttlu
two hundred, tho work will bu proceeded
with ut once and will bo finished and dellv
cred lo citizen, sometime during the Mini
incr or early fall. Mr. l'caso will show tho
picture to all on whom ho calls nnd we arc
confident it will be It own tcn rccommen
datloti.
Communicated.
CONG It AT U L ATO 1 1 Y.
AVo tho tmdcrslgnod citizens ol Cairo mid
Columbus hereby tender heartfelt thanks to
the steward, C. 11. .lonci, nnd olllccw or mo
steamer Illinois for tho kind reception given
us on tho occasion ot the inanl.ige of Capt
Mclvlnnev.
Wc cannot do Justice lu vcpreenttng the
splendid supper set before u1. Wc can only
remark that It was the mot splendid albiir
It was ever our privilege to sec nnd per
take ol.
Wc congrntiilato Captain McKIuucy and
hi bride ut tho noMo reception given u;,
and trust that they will live a lung and liaj
py life.
(!. T lavor. It 110 Sice p. 1 ett la 1'iirkcr.
l'crtv rt Jlunn. Mnlllo Webb. Julia S Itmir-
don. Anna 1' Pitcher, .Sarah F (lllbcrt. .Mrs
t; j'liiu, iuas i-inic, .sirs .ioiiii iicgan, .ioiiii
llo":m. nit of Cairo. Illinois. S It Siinuldlur.
JasT Hicliardson. .1 It Hrvanf. T W MeCon-
nell, C II H l'uimcbaker, .las M Moore, mn.,
.las M Moore, Jr., .1 S Davis, Mngglo Kltii;,
Aiuilu Elliott. Ilcttlo Elliott. Mvi-a Taylor.
Ague lii-ynnt, Fnnnlc Moore, Ida Austin, all
nt Columbus, Ky, l.oul'.i Ilnuck, Win
J Taylor, Coidrafla, UHii'ils.
V) A V T I K V I
Dining the proper season lor them wo shall
keep lor sale nlargu variety ot pretty, healthy
and desirable house and garden plants and
roses In pots, bulbs, shrub, evergreens nud
hanging baskets, which we Intend to oiler at
low price, that ever body may have llowcrs
and foliage to boaHtlly their home, our
monthly roe will bo tiusurpi-sud by nny
roses lu the clly. AVo shall bo receiving
l'roh Mippllc. occasionally, nnd should our
patroni wllcP"y,,,,i,o obtainable nt tlorlsU
wc would gladly lake their nrdci and till
them. (To nny one at a distance sccliu; this
ndveitlsemeut and writing their desires, wo
cnushlp plaiiusulcly.)
At WUSTOL& STIMYKIJS,
No ! Eighth -trect, Come and
MASCtr TtB5f , 1'73.
lion. F. Kro-, J'AdKe, presiding,
Pope, t"rny. JI. O, Lyrch, clerk.
Irsln l.-'-r.
Mtl'fJsr IM.
The poj.lfi of tbo rtnle of Illinois v. .lohn
Cit.ra-: e!'!n,? In'-icl.vtlnjr liquor without
t't?!-'. D"enaint In court nnd plead
n!Wga.;y; trie I by the court, nnd round
(rullty. Fir.ft'l t0 nl ent nf jsrnHecutlou,
and to be e-!,,l In the conn'y Jail ton
lyr. A'o deiandant ttal eimnilttcd
;ll'"e fine !- rrlo.
The 'iJ v. E'.Ie'i ?r '"irtliy: e!".ltig
liquor without Hsc.uc. Defendant lu couit.
ind 'c.T'r.')t k".'.'.::'; f'" 1 ! . the court.
Case not vrten, and c" fitidant ilNelurged.
rnOSATF ftlDF.
In t)i- mnitr st thi v rdlnusiilp or Haz
ard Mart !n. minor Uelr of .Jencr-on Martin,
dcccnel; Hrrnn H. Tsrker, guardian; re
port list approved.
In the mutter of tho guardianship of
Euierllh E.iscnm, inlror li-lr of Eratus
Itascom: iipnrt cxnmlneil, :iiproved and
oriKied recor led.
In Hie maltcrof the estate of William T
Priest. iiieoied ; unpllcatlon In p hnd
In tho matter nf tbo ctatc ot Louis Na-
sino, dccened. Mary Nasimno, admlnlstra.
trix, appe red and picsented proof of no.
tlco for the adjustment of claims ngalnst
ail estate at this torm of court. Pioof ot
notice was approved and ordered recorded
uud It was further ordered that all claims
agaltiit said olate may be probitcd during
this term.
In thi matter of the estato of John Cahill
deceived; Julia Cahill, admlnlslratiix, ap
uenred nnd presented ptoof of notice Tor tho
adjustment of claims agatntt fald estate at
this term ot eutiit. Approved and ordered
recorded ; and It was further ordi red that
claims iniy be probitcd ut this term.
Autonla Cells v. Mary Nasauy, adinlnl
tratrlx of the eLito of I.r.uls Nasiano, de
ceased. Asuinp-tt; demand $21oy5. Jud,
mint renilelcd In favor ol plalntlll' for the
above amount.
Autonla Cclla V. umo estate ; assiimpslt
dsmaud 6101 5. Judgiuciit icndered in In
vor or plalutlffTor the amount,
Abr.ihamScnlor.Isaau Strau'sand F.dmond
Senior, parties dolngbii'lncss under the firm
name or Senior, Straus a Co.. w. snmo es
tate; assumpsit; demand $C'.'5 20. J'rnor
heard anil judgment lendeied In favor of
plaiulliV.
Clin. Frank A: Co. v. same estate ; a-
sunip'Hj doniundf202 t!5. Proof heard and
Judgment rendered In lavor of plalutlir.
ltornard McManus vs. t.amc estate; as.
Himpslt; demand Sl Judgment rendered
In favor of plalntlll".
John Naauo vs. ame estato; itumplt ;
demand 200. Piool beaid and Jiiilgnnlit
rendered lu favor or plalntlll.
John Craig v ?. Itlehard A. Edmoiidon, ad
minl-trutor ortho eMato, or.Iolin W. Hardin;
assunipslt; demand gloo. Prool heard and
Judgment rendered in tM or of jilatutlll for
tho amount.
Hichard Fitzgerald v. estato ot John Cn
hill, deceased. A!--umplt; demand ij.".i)0,
Proor heard nud Judgment rendered In lavor
or plalntlll' for the amount.
Same vx. same. Assumpsit; demand tfl
Proof heard and judgment rendered in favor
of plalntlll'.
llauor.ili Maualian vs etalo ol John Ca
hill, deceased. Assumpsit; demand $100.
Proof heard nnd Judgment rendered in fu
vor or plalntlll.
Chas. (lallghor vi. same ctatc; aitimpIt;
demand 9114 ID. Proofhcard and judgment
rendered lu favor of plaliitifTforthc amount.
In tho matter of tho guardianship ol
William F. AVIIson, E. and .Mary E. Ilarvllle,
minor children or Simeon Harvlllo,deccaed.
Said gaurdlan submitted his report, which
was examined, nnd that part of tho report
relating to tho taking or notes lor money
loaned out without beciil Ity, was not up-
proved.
Court adjourned to nit et again at 0 o 'clock
tlds morning.
( XVMTIOK OF TUB 1UVKIW.
Slnco our lal report tho rlso In the
Ohio has Increased little. Tho tUo for tho
past twenty-four hours wai nliout seven
Inches. At Pillsburg IndicalloM slunv
fair for cotnldorablo water, t3evcr.il coal
tlects Imvo left there this week. Tho
channel botwenn lioru and St. Louis li In i
ood condition, and tho river conllnuei ris
ing.
ypecml dcpatslif to Tin: tll'I.Ltl l.v
report the condition ol' tho rlver.s nt van
Din places.
Di'stKr.v ash vr.ATiiur..
Matter on the landings vvcro quirt r.nd
not much was dono nmong tho shipping.
The woithcr conttnui. miM nnd very
plcuinnl,
DIlll'TWOOli.
U. T. O.bornc. who 1ms been nci t of
thodreon Lino in this city tho jiast win
terioon lakes hU (lcpirluri!.fov l iiim
City, in which pnco ho has boon tr.m -ferred
by tho compvny. I'ipt. .lmnc
Mllrer sueieods him in this clly.
Onn. AnJcrmri, supefliitcnJuiil of tho
Green Line, will be In tbo city In n tew
dy.
Soon after Ida urrlvnl of tho l.oubvillc
yesterday, n v.blto man while in the net
of leaving tbo boat lost b!s (ipilllhrium
and went licadloni; into tho liver, but vrn.i
recucd by fomo bysltndpis.
Tho Utah from Arkansas river pfi ed
up light. During a storm down the river
short timu Hgi, lie hnd both I.e.' ibltn-
ney. blown overlioanl. hhu linl ii'iiupf
orcctcd until sic u'lt-lo St. L ell vsl, u
sho will iccoivo n now pair.
The Hob I. u lllled cut lure mid li.ft
early yesterday morning
Tho Commonwealth dded Very littln
hero and departed with n ciugo.
Tho Hiimarck hnd -100 tons lor St.
I.oul.
Tbo Tom Jasper was loaded nearly 'o
the guard).
Tho (Jen. Ainleroli itli h b(.rgn of
ilhves and one of pig iron, out of tbo
Tonne .'seo river, paed by without lm d-
Ing.
Tlni AVfirner with her three Imrpes
heavily loaded "slth Iron otr j,nscd up
during thn nftcrnooii. '
JlTbi! Arlington ni lived with fair lead
and tilled out here ssltli all ho wart' d.
SgtSsSBrKI
sTJssssi sKH VkTMBMraAlMsflf sUfl
AJEOXjATZr BROTHERS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUG G I STS,
-TSTO. 74: OHIO LVJUS
-?'SfSK
'.-"zm-rri .7T. '.-- .,v .
afc.'.sstot.Mssy.'.'H j."j,r . .
liclnil- nnd I'rescrijdion
P R XJ Ot J5t
Corner Wnvhlugtou
nud Eighth stteet.
ivve
CHEMICALS.
Td I'UKtLT A ATOmntn HlETArtATIOK, .
L funiil tJinply of srtl-tDown ROOTS,
MEitUB, knd FKUIT8, combtnfd sslth otbtr
r.n ttt'w, v.tilr'i lu their nituro ara Ctthirtlc.
f.y i' nl, Xutiltioin.Diurftlc, AllcrtUvaindAnU
JJlu.'Ui. 'riio wliolo Is prtsfrrnl In it ufllclent
nui:ll7ft iplrltfrom tin NUUAll CAME ti
Lttp Uicialn tiijr cUniite, ssuldi iokt the y '
lantation
Bitters.
cf tl.oUi't le.Intilo Ton Irs nnil c:ittliitr-
. .u tin vratM Iut) ro ituenuea tuiciiy fa
Domestic .Tonics
ontr to U used at medicine, and slwtfi accordlc
to dlrecUons. , '
TUry arc loo eLftuncLor oi iuo iff uio ua uc- i
nUmnUte to tech a dtpres that a beallliy cUon Is
at oui-i brought about. As a rtmidy to which
PHI I,. llOWAItP,
STEAMBOAT HUTOHER
City NAtlonnl Bnak Bnlltllov.
.Sr-f cl attv.itnn Pl'l tonr.li t' In ni !-
IciIk nlcht or tUv
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
H3
3 m
cnBtV
BRUSHESJ
COSMETICS!
TOILET
V4RIICL154
DYE
STUFFS.
rtiNFcnsi
HATCniAU
" C0L0RS.f
(BARCLAY
11
mm,
ROTKERS,
1
ifHR lis 74 H iLi Rj ill
ciinsTntoTm'oii.s
H ibaniols nnd rubbll slbi,
lor weak lung.
Ar RAlit'I.AY IllttiS
i III.OHATI.
t
I lilt Mllli: TIIIIOA I.
IVepirnl noil s,,l.l
l'.V IIAKCLAV H0
IiDllSr: AM)
CTTLK MKIlll'INP
Ai d Di-lnreetnlils lor tabb
r ItAl'.CI.Ay ItltOI
KINK CIOAUS,
IIONEV HEE."
"YOl'.S't! AJIEItK
And "1'nlveri.al Klnn.liii.l."
At HA HOI. A V IIIKH
II id-tf.
Weinrii nr tm-clxlly BnWert, It Is sunrslo
every other Uianltnr. AaaKprtiiK nnt Mum.
intr Tontr, ticy bare no coul. Ibry aro a
mild an, I puntlo 1'urntlTCM well as Toule. Tbey
lxrlly Oin'lJlcu.1. Tbey uro a eplemlU AppeUter.
TJi7 laike tin srfiV Irong. 'iliey j urtly audio
vlgorat. Tbeyruro Ujivvr'. Coritlrtlon, anj
Ilta-Uche. 'iliey net a a iclc lu all ecl ct
(ihouiuiii:s.
C11KA 1 (UtOOEUIKS
II0"EI1N.MENT SALE.
Navy Department, )
Uuii au or Cimstttictlou and Repair,
Wasiii.notox. .Maieh 17. 1S.3. I
The luvy department will otter tor sale at
nubile auction nt Hi I nltcd States naval
station, Mound Cllv, Illlnol, on Thursday
tho 17th iliyorAiull. A.D.lKll. at 12 o'tloeli
in., the tlulttil btate stcrn-vvlietl. Iron-clad
sliisle-turrct vessel "Oeoola." ot 'M' ton
measurement; .the piopellcr Irou-chd, sin,
tile-turret vessel. "Jlnrictta" nnd ''san
dusky," each ot 'iO.'i ton measurement; nnd
tno propeller steamer "Jiisnonette," ot w
tons measurement.
Tho VffseU nudllm inventory ot ortirW
to no toict vvitu e.tcli, can ini exnmiueii nt
any time betofo the day of sale, on appllcn
uuu to me eoiumanuant oi inesiaiiou.
Twenty tier centum or the whole anion
ot the purchase moucv lu each caso must be
dnpoled at the time ot. sale, the balance
within ten dav from the date ot roiiilrma-
Hon ol :ile Ijt tlie dcn.-ulmeiu. and the ves
sel or other articles liurehnM'd. must bo re
moved from the station wlthm two weeks
from tho date nf such continuation.
If not continued tlio monav denotlted will
bo returned.
I he government rc-erve.q tho riL-bl to
withdraw the vessels, or eltlmr of them.
rrom sale at any time, uud to reject nny tild
or offer which may bo considered Inadequate.
inero win alio ue onercu lor Miie tu uie
same tlmo uud place, nnd subject to the same
terms uud conditions, ono old boein, now lu
uu tit tho tatlon for the prelection ol tho
vcsel. together with uch boats, lurnlturc
and stores, under tho enuulzaueo of this bu
reau, as do not properly belong to iho v:
sels iiamod, and will be sold Hcpidatoly.
Naval Station, JIohs-d Citv, March 10,
Tlio roresolnc order fioui tlie Xavy de.
paltiueut I liublMicd by autllorlly of the
commandant of Million.
FRANCIS T. 'filLLE'rr,
3-20-tf 1'iiyiilastcr V. S. Navy.
ELECTION NOTK'ji. .
I Nt.ilii ilkre'iv uiv.il Ih.it on Tue-day, I
the IMh ilav ot Apill. A. I. 11. n 5i m r.it
e' clioil Will bo he'd in iht! ell) ot " alto,
I l. xaiiikr cauntv. t-.ti ot Illlnol
ile. Hon of the l'.lsiii nuneil iniiulci
pttlcer. to-vvit! A mayor, leiiycouii
ill'orders sfklcUimdennlrielUobolllytUtiiifmaoa I city clelk. n city attorney, .1 city trei'-urer i
Dnnfvt r.l PsrV Phee New York I wards Into which the rlty is now dlv bled be
Depot, bi iar nice, new xotk. 1 entitled to the i-letiuin oftwo lijnldtr-
men.
For tin' purposf s of said election, poll
will be opened nt the Iol!owlin tutmcd pla
ee. to-vslt! In the FlrM ward, at the com-lnl-loii
bonne of E. I'. Iivl.s, l.'i., on tho
south sldo or Mxth Ml) street. Ile'.wcen l.'om
tncrol'il and Va-bInton iivcnuc.; in the Sec
ond ward, nt the Hough and Heady engine- 1
hou on theenst side of Vnhlutou nvenue j
lictvs ceil seventh uud Eighth street; lu the '
Third ward, nt the lllbcrnl.iu enslnc-bouse
on Thirteenth street between (.'niiiiucrcl.il I
avenue and 1'opl.ir street; In tho Fourth
ward, at the eoutt-house, and In the Filth ,
ward, at ilrt. Sullivan' hou-e on the north
wccl corner of (.'omuicrcUl usemie jihI
Twenty-tltth sttoet.
Itv order ol' the cllvronneil
M. .1. Ilowi.nv. ( in cinrk.
JOHN M. Lsnskkn, Mayor.
Csino, III-., .March I'.', l;Mil
imisit.
i si ui-r.n , ,
d ( uiro, (
WO. Sohuli.1
iiiiulcipal v. f
lotlii'dl. a r- ''
H
(T
THE
ohOi.'KHIki
HETAILCIl AT V.'HOLKHAI.y
raid.! yon cahii.
AT II. O. TIIIKLKOKK'S STORK
WABHISCTOX AVEKVB. lICTWtKS TKNTII
AKll KMCVKSIH !itll:ETH.
U.
li. 'bs. tiry Cuba Sugar t"r
lli II
. Hid.
i lbs. A cofl'oo Suear, 1.
1 " I'rimo Rio Cofioo for -
il " Choico " "
2 " Old (ioTeriuneat Javn -
Teas and othor Atspla and fanny (Jrooo
ries equally as cheap.
Goods now r.nd full weight given, ('all
and try.
H
see the
J? L 0 W K It S.
8-U0-1W.
I'l VKK .NHWS.
AI'.UIVEII.
.Steamer City t Chestor, St. LuuU.
" Creseout City, New Orlentu
Ilisrnareli, "
Tom Jusper, "
' Louisville, "
Alaska, "
(ilusow, Htukiiiau
Aikuushs Hclle, Louisville
I lull. Aik-uiuim river
Sam .). Hale, Cairo
City of Helena, Vlcks,bura
Hello .Memplils, Memphis
Arlington, Cincinnati
o Jim Fisk Jr., Vnducah
tlon, Anderson, 'JVnnetsen river
AVurnor, SI Louis
Illinois;, Columbus
" Clinton, Memphis
i)i:i'AHTi:i
Ptenmor Commonwealth, New Orloins
11 Sam .1. Hale, "
R 1'.. I.ee, "
' Crescent City, St. Louis
" Ulsinarek, "
Tom Jasper, "
" Utah, "
" City o( Helena, "
" Hollo Memphis, "
" Uon. Andenon, "
'i Clinton, "
" City of Chester, Memphis
Arllncton. "
Glascow, Hlokmau
Arkansas Unllo, Evanivill"
Louliville, Cincinnati
Warner, "
Alaska, "
Jltn FUlt Jr., I'aducah
Ulluoli, Columbui
T K T 13 K U U II
i:.xeluIve
F LOUR 1M,E II O H A ST T,
ANI
MILLERS' A.3-E2sra:,
No. so oiiks i.r.vci:,
y-'iOtf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
If
A
LYON'S
ATHAIRI
Only SO Cents per Bottle.
11 0 C TO U
JOHN SirKEIIAU,
R ETAI L C5-
Ami Dealbr In
VEfjETAHLKS, FRUITS. EG OS, I.Al'.D
Fiuum uu i'i tM, r. iu.
J2T All Goods warranted fresh, and soli:
tho lowest prices.
Corner Oth St. andCommcrelalAvc.
7-o;i tt.
itiirriiEitri.
UVLAN1) k SAUBIt,
BUTOHEBS
AND IIKAI.KHS IS
CHOTCE FRESH EATS
OF EVERY .DESCHU'TJON,
Comer 10th street nnd Commercial uvi nuj
next door lo the llyland faloou.
11-lCtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
It promotes the QHOAVTII, lIli:sr.U
VES the COl.OIl, nml liirieissn ilir
Vigor and Un.VUTVorilic II A I It.
Orrn Tnrarr Ynrs no T.tos's nTntmef ri
TlirlUia nrufirttplareilliilheinrLct byl'ruti i-f.i
1'. Thoims Lyon, a urajiwln of l'rliii (in (.oi:i -'lba
liiiaio WderlTtd from tlio Urcik "Kiiiii
Isulfjlni to clranit. jiartjiy, lyiirn.x'', or i t r
Tne Uvor it bs recehed, Mul tho iiojuliu h It iu
ubldineil, U unprecedented and incr. mi le, it In
crosses the OaowTit and lUAUTVorihttllAiii. It
a dellghtml dreealci;, It eradicates lUnilinrt. )
ErereoU the Ilsir from turnliiR (tisy. It krj II
rsd cool, end gives tho tislr a ikh, sofl, clmsy s .
ixsrunce. 1 1 In the mue iu Qvxmtii n-J Q i'Ai.n
u It was orcr a ODAUTEn of a Crm ont Aao, suit .
kold by all UriiKKisU ami Cuun try btort s ut o n I y ;
Cculiir lluitlt.
JAKE WAIiTHU,
BTJTOHBB
aid i rtirn in
FRESH MEAT,
EiuiiTn Stiikkt, Hxtwkkn AVabiiihoto
AND COMMKHCIAI. AVKSUKtf,
Ailjotulli'J Itl'tcntiouso mill llaimj'N
Keep the tent or lift, I'ork, Mutton Veal.
Mml, Skui.s(:o, f te., iul aro prepurod lo n it
citiinos In Iho most HCceptaMu mumitr.
JAMES KYN ASTON,
UuTctiKii and Dkalkii IN ALL IvIMDR o
FnEPH Mkath.
UdllNCIl NlNnTKSTII ANIi l'Ol'I.AU Hie.,
C.VIRU, IU.1N01S.
Ruys and slaughter, only the best rattle
hotfrf 4lid sheep, uud is prepared to till an)
demand for fii'hh meat from onj pound tc
ten thousaud puundti.
HTIIAJIIItSA'!.
" (jaYho a'ni) rAi)ii('AM
.11 All. IMS AT.
Ti. f lendl I ft mr
vT.S. FISK,
Dieu Fowlkii, Cftjitaiu
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Suudayoscepted) at.
iip.m For frcilit op. ":iKenpply on boat or
to .Ia; Mali.oiiv, A'4't.
Itf
W A I.-T K B S.
HARD and SOFT L1JMW.H
o ntcr"itseriiiii,
LATH, yHINGLKS, CEDAR POSTS
DOOKS, .SASH, BLINDS
ORDKRS SOLICITED.
STKAMllOAT L 11 M II B K,
Fttrnlshnd on 'tortwt nolle.
Uommcrolal-sv, bot. 1 Oth anil IHIi-mU.
CAino ii.i.i.Noin.
T.It
G
O
C
V.
2
a.
ATHAIRG
DENNIS II A LEV
Has now on hand all kinds ol
DRY CORD AND STOVE AVOOD
Fotysale. Luuvo orders at
AYM. KLUGE'S STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commercial,
Or at corner of Twcltth and Poplar. tf.
nr. a i. mTATK a;i:.:i.
C. WINSTON h CO.,
HKAIj estate agents
AUCTION EE US,
"1 (AKOilNK i'LOOIl) OHIO I.KVfcK,
CAirtO, ILIfl,,
liuv and 8bL Heal Emtate,
PAY TAXES,
FURNISH A1JSTRAOT3 OF TITLE
And pv-are Conyo;aiC rf Ivtii-i
John (. tariuan. Chas. Thrupp;
JOIIX Q. II ARM AN k CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
Avn
CONA'EYANCLRS,
Nov III Uor. tiflitU Ht. taut Olito I.ovee.
Ca tno, Illinois.
Abstracts of Title, Conveyancing made a
spcclaltv. Real Estate bought and sold,
lari'axcs I'ald, oto.
V.'.M. GLENN k SO.VS
UKAD QL'AHTF.ltS I'ORUllOCIiMMi
IM3IEN.SE STOCK,
fill EAT VAIIIEI'Y,
LOW FltlCES.
COITEC Rio, LoKuuyrn, .Iiivh, .Mocha.
SUGAU.-N. 0., Hard & Sort Helloed.
SYItUl'S. Now Orleans and !atorn,
WK MAKK M'KCIAI.ITIKM or
TEAS' TOBACCOS,
y.0ST3D CIG-ABS.
V .( .': Vint SI. W.VC.VXl TI
"ft -tA-s-."m
o
5
TIEMIS, 1IROWN k CO.,
RAC! ANUFACTURERS j
CI
2
"MlfstiEI.I.VNKOIJS..
Ann.vrs Uomf. Cottos Mh.ib
NO, m Ohio Levee, Calm. 111..
l-S-2m,
t AHL l'KTERS,
BLACKSMITH
Cor. I'.'.evrulli mill I'ophirNla.,
Inlornii Ihu public that hn has tmai'ed the
pen Ice of a Flrst-class AVagon Maker, and
also a Fli'ht-class Hoi'iu Shoer.nnd is ready
to manulacturb and repair all kinds of work
In this trade with neatness and dispatch,
3-3-ain,
I HENRY 11". MEYER,
i BXOBT-SIOE
! DECORATIVE. SIGN and ORNAME.NTAI
' GRAINING AND MARBLINO
i ol every Description,
DECORATING AND GILDING
in overvHtylc, plain and ornamental,
Particular attention paid to Glass Gildlrie
Orders aollelted lor scenery, Frescoe uud
Hauiicr 1'alutlnif.
FANCY GLASS SHOW CARDS
OUt, plain and ornamental. All work lu
truotcd to my care will bo promptly at
tended to. Shop lu Terry House, coiner of
Couunerclal aveuue aud Eighth itreet,
wpUtr.

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