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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, MARCH 22 1873
t afclteMto , Batlctla Hnlldlns;
. LOCAL TTEATHER REDOUT.
U. S. Hio. Skr., OnsKRTxn's Officii.
Cairo, March 21, 18ia, 10:11 p.m.
Buvaeter 80:10 decrees .
Thenaotae tcr 42 decree.
Wlad north, velocity 4 mile per
' Weather, clear.
Maximum temperature last 81 hour, nt
4 p. m., 49 degrees.
Minimum temperature, last 21 hour, nt
i a. m., 34 degrees.
lrcralUtig wind lat 21 hour, northwest.
Total number of miles wind travelled, last
21 hour, 253.
David W. Harnett, Observer.
rOB CITV TllKASUttElt.
We ati authorized to announce Mr. James
A. Phlllts n candidate for tbo office of city
treasurer, at thn ensuing municipal election.
We arc authorized to announce that lioli'l
A. Cunningham Will ho a candidate for re
flection to the ofllec of city treasurer, at the
e timing municipal election,
ron CITV CtXltK.
o are authorized to announce Michael
J. Ilowley a, a candidate lor re-election for
the office or city clerk, attlia ensuing nut
Fourllglit, airy and commodious business
offices. Enqulroat 1 Culil' now building,
No, 80 Oldo lovec. 2-23lf
ron roucR suotsTiiATn.
Wc ore authorized to announcoMr. Jamo
Ryan ncnuUldato for tho oillco of police
magistrate at the rinulo municipal elec
We aro authorized to nnnounco William
F. Pitcher a, a candldato for tho oflleo ol
pollco magistrate, nt tho ensuing municipal
Wc nro authorized to announce tho name
of Chas. 0. 1'atlcr as a candidate for alder
man Iron the Fourth (4) ward, at tho ensu
ing municipal election.
Uy tuthorlty wo announce that M. J. Mc
Oaulcy wilt ho a candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at the approaching
I. C.U. It. TIME TABLE.
On and after Sunday, March 23, 1873, pas
senger train on the Illinois Central railroad
will arrive and depart as folbw.: Exprc.
orrlvo, 4 o'clock, p.m.; lcac, 3:11) o'clock p.
m. Mall, arrive, 3:10 o'clock, a.m.: leave,
2:30 o'clock a. in.
n. Watson TV ebb Is out again.
Who will be mayor? is the question.
Sheriff lrvlnbi still kept buy recoiling
ThHcveolsJamod with freight awaiting
Fifty thousand envelope1) just received at
the Bulletin oillco . ti
SHELL oysters received dally by express,
and for 6alo by Louis Herbert. 3-H-lw
There were, u great many fariucrf, Ml
sourlans and Kcntucktans, In the city yesterday.
At I'ulatVl yesterday, a man was killed by
a iram oi cars pam-; over fits tiociv wo
did not loam his name.
Tho greater part ol tho time of the coun
ty court yesterday was consumed In tho ex
aralnation of administrator's and guardian's
Newman, tho man who was arrested some
time since for bigamy, succeeded yesterday
in procuring ball, and was released from
The Church of tho Redeemer have invited
tho Rev. W. 31. 1'ltts of l'adticah, Kentucky.
to fill the vacancy caused by the removal of
Garden seeds of all kinds kept In bull
mi d sold by tho pint, nuatt, peck or bushel,
otT. W. Carrlco's grocery, 110 Washington
Mathttss ft Uhl aro just In receipt of ono
hundred boxes of flno oranjes, which wc
aro selling at IJS per box; Call and sec
them. 3-20 3t.
Will bo sold to tho highest bidder, on the
llrUday of April next, tho homo and lot on
the corner ol Tenth and Walnut tdrcrl.
I offer for ealo my entire livery utablc
horses, buggies and harness cheap lorcah.
Sale will bo closed by tho 20th Inst.
3-Ctf. Milim W. l'.sr.KP.it.
To go to Caccy'a station, Kentucky. To one
who understands country work a steady Job
will be given. Call on Eli Reeves, Cucoy'
station, Kentucky, or C. R. Woodward.
Died, March 20th at 2:30 o'clock p.m., Wm.
T., Infant sou of Alfred and Anna llarman.
The luner.il will tako place from the real
denco of tho family, on Fourth-"!, near
Commcrclal-aw, nt 2 o'clock to-day. The
remains will bo Interred nt Villa Ridge.
I will sell nt auction to-day, at 2 o'clock,
p.m., on Ohio lovco In front ol Miller A
l'arkcr's store, 200 bales hay. Hale without
reserve. Terms of sale cash.
3-22 It. Dan. Uaiitman, Auctioneer.
IVry chfjp, lot II, block 47, 1st addition, on
Twonty-lirst stroet, a nttv -fcttage rttptnet
In splendid condition ; hall and three rooms
nnd kitchen, good cistern, stables mid out
houses. Apply to J, Q. IIakmon & Co.,
ileal Estnlo Agent'.
3larch 20, 1873. !i-20-2w
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
Tho co-partnership heretofore existing be
tween tho undersigned, is this day dissolved
by agreement. Wm. .T. Am.es,
.IOII.N II. .ML'I.KKY,
Samuel P. WiiKELKit.
CAIIto, March It, 1673. 3-l." dlw.
REAL ESTATE KOlt SALT?.
I Will sell lot numbered 12 In bind: 4!). first
audition, fronting on Twentieth trcct. Sly
house now standlmronsildlotwlllbcmnrml.
lcavlnir a cood brick cellar, rlstfni nml nut.
nouses, i'or particular enquire at my snop
on i wcniicui street. wm. Ehlkhs.
HOTEL FOR RENT.
Tho undersigned offers to rent the Hlsey
house, situated near Greenfield landing,
Missouri, and at tho terminus ol tho C. & F,
railroad. Favorable terms will bo offered to
a good tenant. For particulars apply to II.
F. Field, FIchVi stable., Cairo, or on the
premises to .1. 11. UitKENriiau
MARCH TERM, 1S73.
Hon. F. llro, Judgc,,prcldliig, I. II.
l'opc, attorney, J. o. Lynch, clerk, A. II.
Tho peoplo vs. William T. Scott ; charge,
keeping and maintaining a gambling house.
Defendant in coutt, ond trial by Jury de
manded. Cnn continued to next torm ol
court. Rail Used at (300.
Court adjourned to 0 o'clock this morn
ing. DAILY MARKET REPORT.
Tho second meeting ol tho chamber of
conimcrco yesterday morning was fully ns
enthusiastic as the llrst. It was uttendod by
nearly nit tho members us well ns many
strangers who happened to be In tho city,
mot of tlim ircnilcmcti engnged In tho
grain nnd commission business nt home.
Sonio sales were mado which wo quote :
2,000 lbs S. C. hams, 12c; 1,000 lbs clear sldo
bacon, 81c; 2 cars mixed oal, ale; 300 bbN
meal, 2; 100 sacks com, mixed, del., 4ic; 1
car coin, mixed, in burlaps, del., 41c; 4 cars
corn, mixed, In burlaps, dol., 41c; 1 careorn,
yellow, In builap, dob, He; 1 cars com,
wiillc, In burlap, del., 18c; 200 bbls XXX
!l'itr to arrive, (wlntcrwhcai), $7.7.'; ,'0 bbls
XXX. Hour, on p. t.; and 100 bbN Hour, extra
choice, 97. W.
ARREST OF A WOULD-1IE ROUIIER.
Homo flo weeks ago an attempt wok made
to lob Mr. WcIL n gentleman who camo to
this city irom Columbus, Kentucky, to sell
some entile. HaUng dlposed of liii stock,
nml having spent somo time with some
friends at about 11:30 o'clock lie started fur
the let cn, Intending to return to Coltmibu
by tho steamer Illinois When on Fourth
:reet, ho discovered that ho was being lol
lowed and watched by a largo colored man,
and wu on hi guard for whatever might
happen. When within n fow steps of tho
levco the negro attacked 3ir. Well, striking
him n heavy blow on the head with a stom
or plcco of iron. Mr. W. icll, but bad pres
ence of mind enough to draw
his rotolver and lire at tho robber, who
turned and ran nwny. Well nude his
way to the nearest saloon, and from there
o n drug store, where his Injuries wcro
dressed, lteloro loavlng tho city ho tilaced
In tho hands or Olllccr Hllllngsly nnd Whlt
catnp, a dcscrlptisn ot the negro, nnd those
otllccra yesterday succeeded In arrcstlne
him. Mr. Well wns telegraphed tho above
facts, nnd at onco cnaio to Cairo. Tho caso
wastrlcd before Judgo llros, and tbo negro
sent to the calaboose for 2!) days.
'Alf and 'Alf Pittsburg nnd English uio
also Bremen beer nn I Hennery brandy on
draught and by the bottle, at Fitzgerald's
sample-rooms. 3-18 3t.
All guardian's and administrator's bond 6
will be examined nt this term of tho county
court, and where tound Insufficient, ndralnls.
trators and guardians will be cited to tile new
and sufficient bonds.
Strieker, wbo died some days since in St.
Mary's Infirmary, was burled In the
Potter's field. Yesterday, omo ol his
irlcnds interested themselves In the matter,
and had his body taken up uud removed to
Yesterday morning, at tho comer of Sixth
street and Commercial avenue, Dan. 11 art
man sold a large number of horses at auc
tion. The stock consisted of good, bad
and Indifferent horses so far as quality was
concerned, and sold accordingly.
31r. George P. Fay andSallle P. Fay mado
application yesterday to the county court
for permission to adopt Sallle Johnson, mi
nor child of Jlrs. Uerndou, Iho woman who
died iu tlds city last week- from the effects
of a coal oil explosion. Tho permission was
In yesterday's issue, tho 'Sun' tells its
readers a secret, In the relation or which
there Is a llttlo exaggeration which wo feel
called upon to correct. Tho "stranger"
wboso arrival is uotcd by the 'Sun' Isn't the
"observed of all observors." The "stranger"
Is a girl and girls aro an old story nt The
Yesterday a negro deck passenger on tho
Capitol City, wbo had taken passage for
Louisville audpald his fare to Cairo, took an
epileptic lit near Cairo. Ho lellon tho stove.
badly burned his face aud had to go to tho
hospital. Our city authorities would huvo
nothing to do with the case. Capt. Luke de
posited (30 to pay the hospital charges.
All the candidates for pollccnuaglstrato aro
working llko good fellows each ono trying
to convince tho "dear people'' that ho UJust
the mau for the place. One of the aspirants
It to confident or election that ho has bor
rowed copies of tho state law and city or
dinances, and is now endeavoring to secure
a room suitable for an office.
The visitors at the chamber of commerce
yesterday were Sir. Uenjainln Whltlock, of
Warren, Illinois, who deals largely In grain;
Mr. J. V. Stono or Wupclla, Illinois, ulo n
dealer In grain; Mr. J. L. Diumlca, or tho
firm of J. I.. Dunnlcn A Co., commission
merchants, New Orlcau; s!o 3Ir. Pfelch,
of the linn or C. T, JJuddecko, commission
merchants, New Orleans.
There can be no doubt ol Scott's house hav
ing been burned by Incendiaries. It hat
been ascertained that a mule, stabled
In shed In the rear or Jibe
house, was turned out before the
bouse wai flred. It was supposed at tint
that the owner of the mule had taken him out
el the. stable, but this supposition turns out
ie be roug. It 1 a pity the vllllans cannot
be apprehended and punished as they de-
Tke brick etore, (23x100) 111 Commercial
Apply V Dr. Wardoer. 84.1m
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, lias
Just opennd out a stock or new and fashion
able millinery goods. She has ono hundred
and fifty different styles of hats nnd bonncto,
beside a largo assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol nil sorts, nil of which will
be sold at the lowest prices.
Tho salo ol tobacco nt tho Planter's To
bacco warehouso yesterday, consisted ol
twenty-eight hogsbcads, nt tho following
201lhds. lugs $0 05
8: " Irish 0 7.Xa0 10
There wns u good board of buyers present,
and every hogshead of tobacco otlcred was
readily taken. Sales every Irlday, com
mcuclng at 9 o'clock n. tit.
Messrs. Schlcht k Ulrlch on the corner ot
Eighth street nnd Commercial avenue, have
established a clrnulng and dyeing establish
mcnt In which all cleaning and coloring arc
donoby steam. Silks, velvets, woolens, etc.,
will bo cleaned and colored to look llko new;
faded and damaged goods will be restored
to their original beauty; plaid goods dyed,
plaid retaining nil their colors; kid gloves)
plumes, etc., cleaned and dyed any eoW.
The ladles and gentlemen of Cairo are re
quested to call nnd examine succinic i s or
work. 3-1!) Ot.
Tho co-partnership heretofore existing
between W. H. llradlcy and O. O. Allard,
under the stylo or W. II. llradicy .V Co., Is
this da) dloltcd by mutual consent, C. O.
Allard i (tiring, W. U. llradicy assuming all
llabllltlc s and collecting all Hinounts due said
concern W. II. Rrahlrv,
C. O. Allaud,
Cnlro, Ills., Jlurch 13, 1873.
W. H.llradloy will continue, tbo commis
sion nnd forwarding biiilncss nt the same
stand (No'. 60 Ohio lovco). I would cheer
fully recommend him to tho confidence an(
patronage ol my Irlcnds nnd public gener
ally. , (.'. O. ALLAUK.
BEAU T 1 P U L.
During the proper season lor them t e shall
keep lor salo a largo vni iety ol pretty, hcnllhy
uud dcslrublo house and garden plants uud
roses tu pots, bulbs, shrubs, overgroens nnd
hanging baskets, which wo Intund to oiler nt
low prices, that everybody may bayo (towers
and rollago to bcautiry their homes. Our
monthly roses will bo unsurpassed by nny
roes In tho city. Wo shall bo receiving
fresh supplies occasionally, and should our
patrons wish anything obtainable ol florists
wo would gladly tako their orders and till
them, (To any ono at a dlstanco seeing this
advertisement and wrltlngthclr desire, wc
can ship plants salely.)
At 1JRI8TOL & STILWELL'S,
No. 32 Eighth street. Conic and
lleforo R. Shannesy, P. 31.
Yesterday wns n brisk day in tho police
court, but, as the old Judge said "there
were cases enough, but mighty llttlo money.1'
Tho llrst victim called was Phillip Fay,
who was nrrcstcdnn n charge of being drunk
aud disorderly. Phillip dad no monev nnd
was sent to tho calaboose lor eight days.
Hio next was John Douglass, arrested on
a similar charge. Douglass wns sick ;, it did
notngrcc with him to get drunk; and more
than that, had no moiiov, but ho did have n
chanco to lcavo town on a frco pass, nnd If
tbo court would let him off ho would go
way Irom town before night. He was al
lowed to depart.
1 hen enmc a "gentleman by tho namo of
Eugene. Sullivan." Eugcno had thrown
himself around the outside ot too much blue
blazes, ami lost hi balance ; or In other
words, ho got "beastly drunk." Ho will
board with McII.ilc one week.
jiarcus wauon came next. Jio wns an
invalid, and it was not safe to get moro than
"genteelly tight," for with too much of
load ho might fall and hurt himself. Tho
'squire could not find it In his heart to send
ill m tip ; und admonishing him to go henco
and "spree It' It no more, dlsehnrgedhlin.
William Pctltt was a gentleman ; ho had
money, and could pay for being drunk. Tho
Judgo requested him to lend tho court a few
dollars nnd It would be all rhrht. William
handed tho court tho required amount, nnd
was permitted to go bis way rejoicing,
w Illlam Jlurray ami Pat McDonald wcro
picked uj by the police. Neither of thein
had any money, and wcro sent to tho cab
boose for tivo days each.
Ellen Johnson nnd Sip Gall had a row.
Ellen Is n colored lady, aud has bud nbout as
much experience in tho pollco courts ot this
city ns tho Judges themselves. Sip is a col
ored gentleman of whoso antecedents wo
know nothing, Sip had Ellen nrrcstcd on n
charge r disorderly conduct- Sho wa
found guilty aud lined $3 nnd costs. Ellon,
to get even, had Sip arrested for offensive
conduct. Sho charged him wl'h having
came to her house and ucd language "un
becoming a gentleman." Sip alo paid a lino
of ?3 and tho trimmings.
THE SCIESTIFIO LECTURES OF DR.
Dr. It. C. Tabcrwlll commence a scile or
lectures at the Athcneum, In this city, on
Siturday und Sunday evening, March 20
and 30, on "Tho True Philosophy or Life,"
continuing them from time to time, as cir
cumstances will penult, ot which duo notice
will bo given. Tho subject for tho flr.t lec
ture will bo "God, tho Creator." That of
the second will bo "Tho L.mguagojof Things
or tho Stlonco of Correspondences." Thl
llttlc-understood subject Is ono of tho most
profound interest at tho present tlm
amidst tbo confusion of conflicting ideas, as
u gives tuo Koy oy witteli wo enn unfold the
language In which tho bible was nnd how it
must bu Interpreted, nt tho samo time throw
lug much light on tho mythology und hMorv
or tho past, nnd the so-cullcd Idolatrous relig
ion oi uio present. Tlio Mtlijocts pt these
loeturcs will bo of tho most attractive Inter.
est, In consequence or tho new truths un
folded, many of thrni mostly eonilned to
physical science, but showing tbo eternal
harmonv between sclcneo uud religion, ns
wen ns uio eminently practical character or
allgouulno knowledge. They will bo pre
pared with great care, to plcuso us well In
strucl, avoiding nil clo-o scientific technical
Ities uud reference iu nummular languages.
Tickets to each lecture fifty cents, admitting
gentleman nnd lady, can be had nt SchuhV,
llannoii's, Rockwell's, llrlstol & StiliyoH'
and at tho door. Doors opon at 7J o'clock,
commencing precisely nt 8 o'clock.
Hist., H ilcnbor, Cincinnati, Oj W Wolss,
John Hrndenburg, Iniiopenrlenco, Mo.j
Mils Annlo Bradley, Docatur, 111.; Mr.
Echols, Calodonln, Ills.; Mrs. IlcrHn, Col
umbu, Ky.j James 8 Morris and lady,
Jlostor E W Morris, Ullln, til.; George
W Synor, Chicago, Ills.
TUVT3U NEWS. .
Steamer at. Joseph, Jlemphh.
" Grand Tower, St Louis.
" OU-ncoo, N Orleans.
" Mlowlhl, I'.vaiibvIIIo.
" tlcorgo O Wolff, Sbrovtport.
" City nt Alton, N Orleans. ,
" .1 fni Fiik Jr., Pndtic.ib.
" William Cowcn, St. LouK
" John Means, t-t Louis.
" Illinois, Columbus.
Stcnmor.wt Joseph, St Louis.
" Ornnd Tower, Memphis.
Uloocec, Si Louis.
" John Lunisdcn, Nahvilto.
" Mlowlhl, Evntisvllln.
' Ocorgo O Wolff, St LouW.
' City of Alton, St Loul.
" Jim Fiik Jr., Pnducah.
' John Means, Pittsburg,
" Illinois, Columbus.
niXDiTiox or TtiK'iitvr.ns..
Tho rlso in tho Ohio at this pi nee has In
creased Jurinj; tho psst fi'W days. Tho
rlio fur tho p.vt twenty-four hours wns
over twolvo Inchei. No chango to nolo In
tho condition of tbo Mississippi. It l
still swolllng with over twolvo foct In tho
channel. Tho Arknnsni Is steadily dry
ing up, nnd n number of bor.ts havo boon
caught by tho low water. Plonty of water
bolow hero for nil purposes.
Z Special dispatches to Tin: Bulletin
report tho condition of tho rivers nt vari
llUSIHESS AMI WKATlIKIt.
Dullnoss relgnod supremo on tbo lovco
nnd nothing wusdono as regards shipping
The wharfboats are now blocked up with
freight, and tonnage li wanted.
Tho weather was clenr with n cold wind
blowing nil day.
Capt. Jim illbb 1ms gono to Hannibal,
MUsouri, to nogotiato for a forrvboat for
J. R. Oreentleld to tnko tbo plnco of thu
ono that was cut down by tho ice n law
Wllliu Harmon uged about three yean
and son of Capt. Al Harmon, died night
before last with tho croup.
Tlio tug Cactio has laid up to bnvo hor
busllo and tiibor sV.rn fixings and her
Tho Glencoo went up with cocsldorablo
freight for St. Louis. Sho would have
loaded hero bud sho been light.
Copeland, a cogro representative of
Arkansas, lias offered n resolution In tho
legislature at Little Rock that tbo mail
contract bo' takon' from tho Arkansas
River Packet company, becauso they hud
closed tho cabins of their boats to koep
nogrocs out of them
Tile Lumsdon got away for Kitshvilla
with nil tbo corn. sho could carry, whloh
sbo got up tho Mississippi river.
Tbo John Moans has tbreo barges of
iron oro for tho Ohio river.
Thelowlld camo In with n fair ttip,
and returned with u numbor of people.
mo f.iperaur.a wub tuo only boat in
port loading, and items nro vory scarce
Clly KittlonHl liunk Bullittite.
R.f'cil attentinn paid loonier (mm Mem
MICHAEL COYNE, Proprietor
' (OLD TOST OFFICE STAND,)
Corner Sixth street and Commercial Aw
Tho best brands ol Cigars, cholco W!n,
i.iquors, cm;., always on nana.
SSTOpou day ond nlght.JEJ
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
Commercial Av. AV JN rK" 3 "LOCK
PARKER & MONTAGUE
, SSQf"lho best brands of Cigars, cholco
tv nice, wquors, etc., always on baud tl
J A .M Olbbs, Thebes Ills; L II Harrson
Horner CanUcld, SI. Louis, Mo.; E ralichj
New Orloans j P P Questesmnn, Columbus,
Ky.; Dr. 1 McNelle, Hannibal, Mo., J A
llrown, Asbmoro, III..; C J Uesbauitoln,
J W Davis, CJnolnnntl, O.; Lowi F
Chariot, Louisville. Ky.; J T Stalling!,
Moscow, Ky., J N Pitman, John U
Uinbacb, Georgo B Flocknor, Evansvllle
led ; W P Demorlt, h W Martin, New
Orleans, Lb.; John T Porter, Jr, John
Porter, Ben., Boonvlllo, Mo.; D J Carett,
J H Coffee, Philadelphia, Pa., o iy
Brans, Odin, Ills.; J V Stone, TYapella,
JOI1JV OATEH, I-roprtctor.
106 Commercial Avtaaf, OA 1 110, II.MNOI'
l!BlbrndorC(illfc Uctasrslu rccln.l,
itlLLIAHD saloon funilshod wnth tbo best
oi mines : ami nar suppnea wttu wines, llquon
aim Ul muijuri l,ruOl.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. E. PAKKS, Proprietor,
' Ohio Levcu, bet, 1th nmrctli street,
VUHWARDINO Arfi COMMISSION
WHOLESA LK AND ItLTAll.
i k is i :i a n ri.
DEALEilS IN EI OUR
An. I AiDti. nf
i nil) aiVits Ati'jt ana wit a
aSTO. 7-1- OHIO Lll'Vr3.Tr
ltclnll nnil 'rescriplioii
and Klghth stici'l.
" f nrivii-f,'i 't i
VO (5fno hKVHK,
Cairo, lixixuir. I
COKl'EV, PACK k CO.,
r o n w audi v ;
A N Jl
KLOnt AND CdUKTKV
J. M. PHILLIPS U CO.,
(P.ucsosiors ir U, b. Iles'irtK i O,.)
Forwarding nnd Cominissioii
Syfs Literal AdvaiicrrnvuttuiKiJ" ssarfi
eKV upon Cnnlnini'nV. 2v
Ar prnrcd to rwolTP. ttota nml tarttsr l
frolhU to nil point uiVi tuj ttj.l
nil on oomiul.ti ion,
r'Ilalnr. Ktlru'lot to iirnmiitlr.
RUSHES, STUFFS;K O
SSMCTICS DBJ PAHICRS'HS31 C
OILCT BPI stATCniAt. O
II ibsinoN niM ruLblt fkln,
lor Weak lunp.
At UAUOLAV I1KO.S.
Kof: soun TimoAj',
Prepared ami si.bt
v HAKULAY lllto.-i
i! mm mi
ml DUIiifertaut lorKlnbli-k
At HAHOIjAY huos
II ONLY IIHK,"
At IIAllOLAY UltO.S.
Z. I). MATUUCfl.,
K. O .Ulll
MATUUSS & UHL,
UOMMIS 3 1 ON Al K K C HANTS
IAY AND WESTE11N PHODUCl
nsmuo J. '.ti:k.
K. .1. Ayf.uh
JIKALS ATALL HOU119.
A lino new DIiiIiil' Hall with evcrv con
renitnco lias been udded to this popular
ll.tft(lll.itl ..n.l ,1... ...Ill ... 1
THE DILL OF FAKE
consists or every substantial and delicacy oi
tbo season, 1
is supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORS.WINES & CIO A IIS
CiyMlxed ilrinlti prepared with care.
S. I). AYEUH.
AYEltS - CO.,
F L O U
GENERAL COMMISSION MKItCHAN'T.5
No. 78 Ohio Lgvkk, (Jaiiio, Ii.i.s.
J. A. 'JUNNINflHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AN1 DRAI.Klt I.v
lECA.--, OATS, COBN
AND MILL FRED.
MlLLEIt & PARKER,
VUK V A IIDIN O M KHOII A N'i'y,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AUK NTS yon FAIUBANK'O SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAIltO. ILLINOIS.
JOHN 11. PJILLIS & SON,
lEui'oodtors to John 11, I'hlllis.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &o.,
Cob. TKNTD-8T. and OUIO LEVk
WOOD RITTENHOU3K & BliO.
onenl Co nun'eilon WercLante
Jhu, been lr'.-o tho Aincrhr.u
yet lAls 1 to rWo jt. . '
Lm ju-'Iy Ucn utvu.1 tl n um.
jmViIo vlthout t'lin lifalinf
I. v XuuJ'-d tirici t.o i.
. crd ocntcl. I-,., unro nnd V.
nil ' JIIiXIOAN MUSTANG
bpraxiri, llrulsc. Avj., Ao., for Man und,tWic.,G0o. und :1.(I0 per
Xuist. lio fumily .honlcl bo a cinlo day stylo, Iho of bottle. &c7
Tio amoy Vo-
ii ropr -
Notice U hereby k! en that ou Tuesday,
tlio l.Mb day ol April. A. I). 187;l, u general
clccllon fl bo belli In tho city ol Cairo,
Alhxundcr rounty. Hlalo ot Illinois, lot tlm
(election of tho following named inuniclpal
olllccr, to-wit: A mayor, a city coiin-di, a
city clerk, a city attorney, n rlty trosuri-r
and a pollen iiUKMnite: t-ach ol tbo live (.1)
wards into which tbo city is now divided be
lii entitled to thu election of two (1 aider-
For tbo ptirpoi-ri of said lection, po!I
will bo ojiencd at the follou In;,- named pla
w, to-wit: liitlm Flr.t ward, at tho com
mUiloti Iiuiiko of E. I1'. I)aK i:..( on the
south side of SInUi (il) street, between Com
mcrclal and Vabliinton tivctitli: In I be Sec
ond ward, nt tho Itoush and Itcady cncliie-hou-o
on tliocuft stile nr Washington auuuo
between Hcvcnth ami Eighth rtret; iu the
Third ward, at the Hibernian oiiIiic-hou-.,
on 'i'blrtcenth street bctneett Coimuurclal
ueiuiu ond I'oular street! In tbo Fourth
ward, at tho court-hoitc. and In tho Firth
ward, at Jlrs. Sullivan's hntiso on the north
et corner or Commercial awiiuo and
1 wcnty-tilth Mroet.
Ity order of tho cltr council.
M. .1. IIowi.kv, City clerk.
.Ioiin M. Lanskkn, Mavor.
C'AIllO. UN., March IB. lta.T-td
and ltcpair, V
h 17, 1M7J. J
iMimm oi woii'iiruction an
WASHINIiTO.V. .Murell 1
Iho navy ileiiartment u offer tor nit,, i
inibllc miction at Iho I nlted States narul
"tatlon, .Mound City, Illinois', on Thursday
Iho 17lh day of April, A.I). li?7:i, at 12 o'clock,
111., tbo Ullltcil .State hteni.ulieel. Iit,n.,. mI
fclinjle-turrot vctiul "Oceola," ol VM tons
measurement; Iho propeller Iron-clad, Mn-Kle-turrct
vei-cN, ".Marietta" mid ".Sun
ilusky," each ol 'J!)5 tom meanirementj ami
tho propeller Hcainer 'Ollauoucttu," ol 6U
The vessel mid tbo Invetitorv ol nrilelea
to bo told with oaeli. enn In, vinulim.l ..i
any tlmo bolero thu day of salo, on uppllca-
nw ,i ,u uiu lUMfMiaiHIlllll' OI 1110 SIIIIIOI).
Twcntv ncrecnliiin of llm
of tho purchase money In each caso iiiUft bo
deposited at tbo tlmo ol sale, tbo balance
Wltlllll tCIl llUVS Iroill llm . I'll nl ..nnlli '1111.
Hon ol i-alo by tho depailment. and the vc
Hdni'iilher articles purchased, must bo re
moved Irom tho btatlou within two week
Irom iho date ol hiieh conllniiailon.
If not coiifll-nieil Ihn inntiei- ili.nn.ll.., I u lll
Tlio j,'oornuient rcervc tho rlfhl to
Withdraw tho C80ls. Ol- ellber of llinnv
Irom Hilo nt any time, and to rolcct anv I.I ,1
irllorwlilcliin:iy bo considered Inmleipiate.
J llCl'O Will nUo bo ofl'erml lio- fciiln nf iiia
iiiiio tlmo aud ijlaco.iiiid subject to tbo samo
term and conditions, ono old bocm, now In
uo at thoMutlon lor tbo protection ol the
i i-sii-M, luguuier wiiu Mien lioats, ilirnltiiro
nut stores, under tbo comitmicn ni'tiik i.h.
reiiu, as do not propel bboloinr to tlm c
sen nunied, und will bo sold scnaratelv.
Kis-iL Station -Mou.no Citv, March 10,
Tho foreiroinir order ftmn llm Sw ,li.
pai'tmout Is p.iblUbed by authority 6f tho
jJ. NICH()LAS j
IIARKY WALKER Prop r.
This hou.o In newly nltcd up with
And two tint
JENNY LIND TABLES
The saloon I-
with tlm be
aro compounded In tho mod approvodttyU
drSTComo uud bco for yourself. JEJ
FRANCIS T. OILLETT,
l'iiyinater U. tj. Navy.
ILia now on hand all hinds ol
DRY COltD AND STOVE AVOOD
For tale. Leave ordore at
WM. KLUGE'S STORE,
Corner Sixth and Commorela).
Or at corner cf TwelUb and Poplar, tf
1 w co a w 3.
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w : l s
ii 18 1..