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C.URO DAILY BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1873
CAIRO BULLETIN.
PaMlMttea mmti; allctist mmMUmg
I0CAI( WEATHER REPORT.
'
If. S. Pio. Sen., onsr.nvr.nV opfick. J
Cairo, March as, ira, io:il p.m.
Hrteter m And rlslnfr.
Tlieraotncter 23 degrees.
wind northwest, relocliy 21 mlk- per
unur.
Weather, cloudy.
Maximum temperature lat 21 hour, nt
10:11 p. m.,'K degree.
Minimum temperature, lat SI tiour, at
10:11 p. m.,25 degree;.
Prevailing wind last 21 hour, norihwct.
Total cumber of tulles wind travelled, last
2t hours, .170.
Davip W. H.inxr.iT, Observer.
A.WVOFNCEMENTS.
ron mayok.
We are authorized to aunouDco Dr. Wil
liam IE. smith a; a candidate for mayor :it
the coming mitnlclii.il election.
We arc authorised to announce Mr. Jaine
S. Swayne ai a candidate for ma) or at tlic
approaching municipal election.
TOK city trka.suuri:.
Wc aw authorized to announce Mr. .Tamo
A. Fhltlls a candidate for the otlicc of city
treasurer, at the ensuing municipal election.
Wo are authorized to announce that Itott't
A. Cunningham will he n candidate for re
election to the olllce of oily treasurer, at the
ensuing municipal flection,
ron cm' clerk.
Wc are authorized to announce Michael
.1. llowley as a candidate lor re-election for
the ofllec or city clerk, at the emuim; mu
nicipal election.
for ror.ici: mag!Trati:.
We are authorized lo announce Mr. .fames
Kynn a candidate, for the olllce of police
inaritrat; nt the ensuing municipal elec
tion. We are authorized to announce William
F. Pitcher ad a candidate for the olllce ot
police inaRlstrate, at the eiKMlng municipal
election.
10K .U.bEKMK.N.
We are authorized to aiinnuiicc the name
of ("has. O. Patlcr as a candidate for alder
man Iron tho Fourth (J) ward, at the cum
Ins municipal election.
Ily authority wcjinnotiiico that M. .1. Me
(iaulcy will ho :i candidate fur alderman
from tho Fourth ward at the approaching
election.
I'ifty thousand envelope- Jtft recti ed at
the Hfl.l.r.TIX olllce. t
Stuart A- Ghol-on will open thl
fifty pieces of new spring prlutii,
pots and other new design.
moruln;:
in polka
The alarm hell nl the Hibernian l'irc com
pany lias been Milppcd, and will leach this
c ity In a few day. It 1 said n lie a very
line hell.
We hear of two more candidate fur the
otucc or police magistrate. There are only
seven eniulldates in the field now. and it
am i a yooj year fur candidate cither.
1 M. Ward Is now prepared to deliver the
bet of sawed and -pilt hickory wood to any
part of the city. Al.o all kind, of wood and
eoal nlwav- on hand.
!-2'. If.
Stuart k fihol-oiiarc now recehinir their
spring stock, which will he lound iliiusiiallv
attractive. They will he able to -how the
lilietlIiicnfwblti!;oods ecr lit oligtit to this
elty, and at prices which cannot be under--hl.
Tho cold rain which fell yesterday morn.
Iiiff turned to mow In the afternoon, a blus
tcriae; wind blow, and the storm would have
done credit to midwinter, (.ood Judges
eprethc opinion that the peachc- re.
ceived the last fatal stroke yesterday.
Mr. C. H. Woodward of the .Novelty Irou
tore, lu thl- city, has contracted with the
h'ame' huh factoiy for all the hubs they can
manufacture for one year. Thl I. surely
a "hi? thins" for the hub factory; and Is
proof conclusive that Mr. Woodward Is do
Jn; an lmineii-c limine--.
PUHLIC SALE.
Will be sotd to tho hljrhcrt bidder, on the
first lay of April next, tho house and lot on
tne corner orTcnth and walnut street.
3-1 ltd
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD,
1 will pay S0 reward for Information that
will lead to tho detection and conviction of
the persons who set lire to or caused the
burning of my house on the morning of the
lOlhln-t.
.T-WMt. y.r. T. SCOTT.
FOE SALE
f'try th(p, lot If, block 17, 1st addition, on
Tncnty-Ilrst street, a ' eoHngt rttUltnf
In splendid condition; ball and three rooms
and kitchen, good el-tern, stables nnd nut
houses. Apply to .t, Q. Harmon & Co.,
Ileal Etatc Agent.
-March 20, 137.1. S-20-2W
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block 4f. Ilrt
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
hou-e now standing on stld lot will be moved,
leaving a ood brick cellar, cistern and out-
lioiise. I or particulars enntilre at inv shop
on Twentieth street. W.M. Ein.r.nx.
S-lMlm
HOTEL Foil KENT.
The undersigned olfcr to rent the lll-cy
house, situated near, (irecntlcld Uudliig.
Missouri, and at the terminus ol the C. A- 1".
railroad. Favorable term will be offered to
a good tenant. For particular- apply to It.
P. Field. Field's .table, Cairo, or on the
preinl-c to .1. 1!. Or.r.KNt'iKi.n.
.1-13 :iw-.
NEWOOOIs.
Mr-. Anna Iitttr oti Eighth street, between
Commercial nnd Washington uvenue, ha
Jnt opened out a stock of new and fashion
able millinery good. She hat one hundred
and llfly dillereiit style-of bat and bonnet,
be-lde a large a"ortmcnt ot ribbon., (lower-
and notion, nl nil ort, nil of which will
be wild at the lowc-t prices.
NOTICE
Me-r. si'htcht.V I'lrich on the comer ol
Eighth street and Commercial acntlc, have
c-tahli.hcd a cleaning nnd dyeing r-tahllth-mcnt
In which all cleaning and coloring are
done by steam. Silks, vehet-, woolen, etc.,
will be cleaned and coloied to look like new;
failed and damaged goods will bo rctored
to their original beauty ; plaid good- dyed,
plaid retaining all their color-; kid gloves,
plume-, etc., cleaned anil dyed any eoW.
Pheladlei and gentlemen of Cnlro lire re
quested to call and examine siicclme is of
work, u-lliftt.
A CANDIDATE FOU MAY01S.
In les. than three weeks the municipal
election takes place. The contest will
be divested entirely of jiarty politic, our
citizens being of one mind on the subject,
desiring only that the olllce shall be tilled by
an honest, competent and publlc-plrltcd
man. In a lew of the lact that no announce
ment has been made by any cltien
of hU intention to n-k the
suffrages of the voters of Cairo for their sup
port lor the olllce ol mayor, and licllev in;
that Ills time that ngood candidate should
bo Intlie field, Tin: llL'MXTlX suggests the
name of Mr. A. II. .Sall'ord as ono which It
believe-, would be eminently acceptable to
the people. No man stands
higher in public estimation than Mr.Safford.
lie U deservedly popular In this
community, and II he wilt penult
his name to be u-cd in connection with the
caudldsey for the inayorality, wc believe
the fact will be demonstrated to his own
and the people'- satisfaction. The next
twoycar-ol our municipal existence, it I
important that the chief office of the city
-houldbc tilled by one who will serve It- lu
teie-ts wltji zeal, ability and discretion, all
of which qualities would characterise the
admlnl-tratlon of Mr. Sall'ord.
Since the above was in type, the name of
Dr W. It. Smith has been handed in to tlic
The IIl'M.eix.y for publication, as a candi
date fur the inayorality. Dr. ."iulth
K well known to the citizens of Cairo, hav
ing re-liUd here for perhaps eighteen curs.
Ills reputation hi an hone-t man and a'good
elticn Is crtablUhed, and we take pleasure lu
recommending Ids claim- to the mayor's ol
llce iandto the votes of Ids lellow-cltizen-,
to the candid consideration of the public.
Mr. Jas, S.Swajne also proposes to try bis
strength as a candidate for mayor. Mr.ri. Is
one.ot our best citizen, and -houlu lie be
elected, would no doubt make a good
mayor
CHAMBER OF COMMKH0K.
TKANSAOTION OF 1MPOKTANT
UL'SINESS YESTERDAY.
The Interest our merchant are Inking in
the Chamber of Commerce Is prool of the
fact that they are In earnest, and we predict
that they will not again let It go by tho board,
as was once the cae. 1 he bcueDls In do!
lars nnd cents which It brings them are too
large to be lost light of, and make It n mat
tcr of necessity.' It enables thcui to know In
ten minutes all the goods that a're upon the
market lor tho day, mid to pur
cnase nmi sell in nn hour nn
amount that would otherwise occiipv the
whole day, and In numerous other ways fac
ilitates the transaction of buslnes.
The commodious new hall over Ciihl's
eotnnil'slon store, on Ohio levee, has been
secured forlhe Chamber, and will be plainly,
but comfortably furnished. It Is large
enough to accomodate the wants of the
Chamber for many ) ears. The first meeting
wa held luthencwhallvcsterdav forenoon.
March 2.1, 17.1.
At the meeting of the Chamber of Com.
mcree yesterday morning, the following
business was transacted :
1'rc'ldcnt I), llurd called the members to
order, and alter the rending of the Journal,
the consideration of the following resolu
tion, Introduced by 1. T. Varker the day
prcslotx, wa taken tip:
Hcsolred. That we. as member- of the
Cairo Chamber of Commerce, are -opposed
to moWnz the car oil" of lvcu street until
such time ns there may be some better
war. or lilacc movlded for handllm- the
large quantities of freight arriving In our
cny.
Mr. Ayers moved the adoption of the res
olution. Agreed to by a tinanlmou. vote.
Mr. Avers aUo made n motion that the cc-
ret.iry be Instnicte I to furnish the prcldciit
and board ol director- of the Illinois Cen
tral railroad, a copy of .tlic resolution,
w hich was also agreed to.
The report of the committee on a memo
rial to the Memphis Packet company was
called for, when on motion ol Capt. O. 1),
Williamson, the committee were granted
till to-morrow morning. After which the
Chamber adjourned.
The following comprises the sales: . Six
cars white corn, In bulk, :i:c; 1 car yellow
corn, S. and D., 4tc; 4 ears white com, S.
audi)., 44c; 1 car mixed corn, and !.,
I4e; 1000 sacks mixed com, del, 41c; 1 car
hay, timothy, $1C; 1 car mixed oat-. Sic;
1 car bran, $14 M; W sack- bran, $1.1; 17.1
bbls Hour, X.V.V, f 7.1; 1 bids meal. 2 10;
It) hW early ro'e potatoes, i:i f).
rut: scientific i.ECTur.E-; or nn.
TAIIEIt.
Dr. II, C. Tuber will commence a -eile. of
lectures nt the Atheucum, In thU elty, on
Piturday and Sunday evening'', March 2ll
and :sn, on ''Tho Truo Philosophy of Lite,"
continuing them from time to time, a- cir
cumstance- will penult, ot which due notice
will bo given. The subject for tho llr-t lec
ture will be ''Ood, the Creator." That of
the second vvitl be 'The LnnguaseVif Thing-,
or the Science of Corre-pondenccs.'' This
littlc-under'tood subject Is one of the most
profound Interest at the prcicnt time,
amidst thecnnfu-lon of conflicting Ideas, u
it gives the key by which we can unfold the
language In which the bible was and how it
mil-t be Interpreted, nl tho samctlmn throw
ing much light on the mythology and lil-tory
of tho past, nnd the so-called Idolatrous ictig
Ion of the present. The subject of these
lecture will be of the most attractive inter
est, In consequence of I Im new truths un
folded, many of tli"m nio-tly confined to
physical -clencc, but showing tho eternal
hannonv between -clenco and religion, as
Well a the eminently practical character of
all genuine knowledge. They will be pre
pared with great care, to please a well In
struct, avoiding all elo-o scientific technical
ities and reference to iinmmillarlauguagc.
Tickets to each lecture llfly cent, admitting
gentleman and lady, can be had at Schuh's,
Ilanuon', Kockvvell'-, ltri-tol A: Stllwcll's
and at the door. Door open at 74 o'clock,
commencing prcel-cly at M o'clock.
S-i-v-St.
Tho Croscnt City left Wgo here Ibat
will ba loaded for tho Fnturo City. Sho
adJod bsrgo No 11 containing 'J1000 tush
ell bulk grain, which was loaded nt Urn
elevator fn four hours.
Tho E, II. Durfoo loaded with Iron oro
wont up tho Ohio without landing here.
Capt. Ilibb who went to Hannibal last
week to look for a ferryboat for Green
field has succeeded in finding it tultablo
ono and will nrrivo with it in n few days.
AVo could not learn the namo of it.
Tho Fcarlcw has four barges or Iron ore
and ono of pig-iron for tho Ohio rivr.
inUh. 1IOWAK1),
STEAMBOAT BUTCHER
City National Bank Hulldloff.
t.8pci.l attention r' J to or Jsrs Irom ict
bills night or it
Ask your grocer for Dooley's yent
powder, tho bet baking powder for pre
paring biicuits,. rolls, bread, grlJdla cakes,
wntUei, etc. Depot, C9 Now street, Now
York. At retail by nil grocers.
S-lMccd&w Iw
Mecuaxum. tinkering cannot arrest
the decomposition of tho teeth. Nothlne;
will do this but that puro disinfectant nnd
preservative which, undor tho namo of
.Sozodont, has become a staple of the toilet
throughout tho world. 3-'.'ldA'vvlw.
I.srLAMATio.v or me IIuvvrl. Tho
virtue of Dr. Trnik't Magnetic Ointment
In this diicuio are truelv wonderful. .Many
cases have h;cn snatched from tho grave
uy tne uso ot Hits ointment, wnen every
other means bad failed. o have many
cases reported to us corroborating this
statement. It is equally ctTcctivo in infla
mation of nuy of tho Pelvic or abdominal
viscera, of tho liver, spleen, kidneys, ova.
ries, wotnu and bladder, .-.eo advertise
ment in another column. a-25wl t
Tim as .von or Pnooni:. The tetii
car go thundering along tbti billiide.
across the prairies, py the towering moiiu
tuins, dashing from' tho Atlantic to the
Pacific icenn, freighted with the luxuries
of every clime. Iron ships and iron clod
monitors navo been brought into being In
the lait fifty years; and yet tho best of all
Is Dr. Price's Cream linking Powder, and
Special Flavorings; in fact they are
among the grc&te.U improvement of the
ago, by which wo can sit down to light,
wholesome, nnd delicious bicu!t, and
creams of niot delicalo flavors
3-24 d&vv 1 w
Homo Advortisomonts.
HAI.OU.HN.
CKYSTAL SALOON
AND
. READING ItOOMM.
.MICHAKh COYNE, IVoj.ricior
(Ot.II POUT OKFICK 8TANII.)
Corner Sixth street und Ciuumerel.it AVi
The best brands ol Cigar, choice Win,
l.lqiioi-, etc., alvvayson hand.
5ropcn day and night. jrj
OLD DKLMONIUO
SALOON ANI HEADING HOOM.n
Corner "th street ami
Commercial Av.
Wl.NTEIl'S itl.OCK.
PARKER & MONTAUUi?.
I'rupntiurt.
S3TTho best brand ol Cigars, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc.. always on hand tl
KIi D0HAJO
H'LLIAHD
SALOON
HOOII.
AHl) HAK
JOHN OATI:m, froprlrlur.
loC)mmsrciAl Aitbue, CAIKO, IM.INOIr
BlhmnJof Cllfo UOlEar'lii r.Hji.J,
JIILLIAUD saloon rurniidicd with the .ort
oftablestand bar supplied wllb wluesjlquoi'
nnd clraM of thetie-l bmiel-.
Night before last an Individual who has
for the Ia-t two years been in the employ
ment ot a firm ol down-town lumber deal
ers, "shouldered his worldly all" and lelt
lor parts unknown. Another man's better
half is said to have accompanied him, and
tho twain arc now placing tho distance be
tween themselves and tho Jilted husband as
great as possible.
A man by the name of .lohn-on, who ha
been In the employ ot the Elchhoff furniture
tactorj for several weeks past, was arrested
yesterday for stealing a qnantltv of clothing
trom a boarder at the Concordia houe, on
Eighteenth street. He was tried before
Judge Hros, who bound him over in the
um of SKW lo await the action of the grand
Jury. Failing to procure lull, be wa -cut
to the county Jail.
The following i a Hat of the patent. I-
sued to Illinois Inventors, for the weekend
lug March 4, 1873. The list Is furni.hed thh
paper ny cox & Cor, solicitors ot patents,
v. ashmgton, D. C: Hallway ear, II. lluck,
Polo; boMcr-sprlng for Athlete, II. Uuck,
Polo;', dining table, (i. L. Mottsr. Itloom
Ington; adjustable . valve foi bored or
driven well, M. T. Chapman, et al.. All
rora; saw-set, O.W. Leslie, (.alio; .team
vacuum pump, .1. It. Little, .Monmouth ;
cultivator, "W. WlUerton, Jacksonville ;
door and gate spring, H. L. Ilcau, el al.,
Galciburg; furnace and steam gcuerator
for heating, etc., It. U. llawley, .Voriiml.
FOR HENT.
The brick store, (25x100) 111 Comiiicuial
avenue. Apply lo Dr. Wnrdnci-. rlm
l'OU SALE.
The stock and fixtures of my news stand.
Call and sec. . (.', Lon.lN.
.121-1 vv
l'OU HENT,
Fourlixht, airy nnd coiumodlou. I.tiklncs.
ofilces. Enquire at P. Ciihl's new building,
So. W) Ohio levee. 'j.'jf If
CAIIIO CASINO.
The members are called to a general meet
ing to-night, Marilt 20. Hy order of the
president. Hr.t.stioLn V. 1!ki.nkk,
- -'ecretary.
(1AHDEN hEEDS.
Garden seeds of all kinds kept in bull;
nud oold hy tho pint, quatt, peck or bushel,
(rt'f. Vf, CarrlcoM grocery, HO Wadilm-tuii
uremic. ;!-22dw
FOU SALE.
I offer for nale my entire livery stable
Lones, faurgle and liarneis cheaji lor cash.
,SokJ will bo rioted by too win iu-i.
fCtf. MILV8 W. I'AHKIlt
SMALL BINS.
11. F. ivvho will gue-s whoe Initial,, was
out with some friend they were lady
friends and strange to say, they drank
wine. Indeed, thev all drank wine, and to
ue II. F.'it owu language, "all got gloriou-
ly drunk." After seeing one ol his lady
friends safely home, II. F. started for a
round of the town, lie fell n good ho
felt "just like yelling and screaming," ami
did so. He was gobbled by the police, and
taken to the Ho'.ti do Mcllalc, where he
was permitted to remain until sober enough
to give an account ol himself. His story
was soon told, and though the Judge, plttled
him and felt sorry, his duty w as plain ; but
be would nuke the fine the lowest the law
lu such case would penult. "Two dollar
and the usual fair,'' was set oppo.lt II. F.'s
name. The fine was paid, und the vouiig
man left the court, vowing that to bu the
"last time he would ever be caught lu uch
a mes."
James Valentine was found on the street
at a late hour of tho night lu n drunken
tii)or. lie was put away in his little
bed to sober oil, Vcsterday morning he
was before his honor on a charge of drunk
enucf, plead guilty, and vva "-eui up"
for three days.
Tho. Frccuiau, the colored gentleman
who runs the Walnut strict dance houe,
wss lu court on a charge ol assaulting and
striking one Davis Jones, also a colored
man. Thomas was lined ?" and cost for
hi spoil, which he paid like a little man.
Two butchers, usually very quiet and
peaceable men, had a war of words, tho re
mit of which was that one of them left with
Squireshaiine..ynboutten dollars a a guar
antee that he wouldn't do it anymore.
ii e aiTt j p r l.
During the pi oper season lor them wo shall
keep lor salo a large variety ol pretty 'healthy
nud desirable houe nnd garden plant and
rcet In pots, bulb., shrubs, cvergiecns nud
hanging baKet, which we Intend to oiler at
low price, that everybody may havo llowcrs
and foliage to beautify their homes. Our
monthly roses will be uiMirpassrd by any
loses in the city, Wu shall bu receiving
fresh supplies occasionally, and should our
patrons w Mi niiv thing obtainable ol tlorlsts
we would gladly take their orders and till
them, (To any one at a distance seeing lids
advertisement and writing tliclr de.ltc, wo
can ship plant saldy.)
At UUISTOLvV: ST1LWKLJ.S,
No. :'.2 Eighth street. Come and
sCc the
P L 0 W E R S.
3.20-1 VV,
The following were the guests nt the
Delmoiiico hotel yesterday : H Ik Post,
Dongola, Illinois; "5 J Geaddy, Pulaski,
Illinois; Miss Lllliu Geaddy, Pulaski, XIII
nois, .Samuel Krnitb, Cnrbondale, Illinois:
A .N Tnnkingburg, Jacksonport, Arkan
sas; James Hell and W 1' Melser, Ullin,
Illinois; 11 D Karnes, Jeflcrson, Texas;
Isaac McNut and wife, Jackson, Tennes
see; 'Joseph Wilven, Leavenworth; K ()
btniley, Madison, Indians; J H McKen
ney, Illinois; L Vt' Crall, Xscwton, Illinois;
J S Winn, Evansville, Indiana; .1 AV Har
bour and E G Glad, Philadelphia; .1 -C
Hooper, Kansas,
f.IVBK NKVS.
ARRIVE!!.
Sleamer Shannon, .Sbuwneetovvn
" li. E. DoKuisy, Jiound City
' Messenger, St. Louis
" Hollo Vernon, Meinpbi
" Crescent Citv, St. Louis
" E. II. Durfee, "
" Foarless. "
" Jim Flsk, Jr., Pnducah
DKfAKTKD.
SVoamer Shannon, Now Orleans
" 11. E. DeHussy, Ohio rivor
" Messongar, Pittsburg
" Hello Vernon, Nashvillu
" Crescent City, Now Orlennt
E. II. Durfoo, Pittsburg
" Fearless, "
" Jim Fisk, Jr., Pmlucith
CO.NtHTIO.V or TUK KIVK1W.
Tho Ohio it dill riling steadily at this
point. Thero is every prospect for big
vvator At Pittsburg and bolow thorn. Tho
Misiiisippi continues on tho dccllnp with
plenty of water in tho channel, Tho Ar
kaiiiaa river continues falling at a regular
rate, and very llttlo navigation ii being
dona on it.
Special dispatches to The Hum.ktih
report thn condition of tho rivers at vari
ous places,
ja'.sisr.ss a.vii wkathuh.
Tliore was not much business done on
tho landings yestorday owing to thu bad
weather. Tub r.iiarfboali nro prolty clear
of Now Orleans freight.
If yesterday was a specimen of tho
spring that is now on its way wo can do
very well without any spring this yoar
It rnlnud, snowed, blowed and was cold w
Greenland nil day,
Ditirrwonn.
Tho Helln Vernon broke her doctor at
filand 40, and lost uno night repnirlne;
Tho Shannon logdod ut Shunnootown
villi all iho wantoJ, and went by huro
and did not land.
The Messenger bid HO tons ore, and 1200
sacks of is rain f.ir tho Ohio river.
A CARD.
'rosso(l by tho require
ments ot' an inero.-iaing'trario,
wo nro compelled to remove .
to : larger store. During tho i
first week in April we will re
move to tho .store now occu
pied by Blum & Ansom,
Eighth street, which, in space
and convenience, has but. tew
equals in the city. To our
many friouds who have en
couraged us by their liberal
patronage we return our sin
cere thanks, and will say to
them that whatever we possess
of experience and industry
will be devoted to their inter
est. Truth is what the peo
pie appreciate, and not decep
tion. We do not propose to
cut upon leading goods, the in
evitable effect of which is to
promote extortion upon less
known articles. We propose
to mark everything in plain
figures, and sell at one uni
form price, treating all alike.
Wo are determined to do only
a cash business, and will irive
s3
our customers tho benefit of
close prices. We respectfully
solicit a share of the public pa
tronage in our new quarters.
,;.2Cit STL'AHT & Gholsox.
LITTLE KENTUCKIAN
SALOON
AND
(Open Day and .N'lght.)
J. K. I'ATsKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, lib and fith street'.
OA I UO, ILLS.
MEALS ATAI.L 1 1 f 11 'Itr.
A fine new Dining Hall with every con
veuleiii.e ha been added to this popular
ItcsMUrant. and the guests will llti'.l every
requisite lor theirac coiiiodatlou.
THE ill LI. OK FA HE
consl.tsof every substantial and delicacy ol
the ea-on.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
OBSTACLES: TO MARRIAGE
Happy relief lor young men from tho ef
fects of errors nnd nlut-cs In early Hie.
Manhood restored. Impediment to mar
rlago removed. New methods ol tieatmeiit.
New anil rcinark-ible remedies. Hooks and
circulars sent free, in seated envelope.
Address, Howard Association, 'o. 2 South
.Ninth street, Philadelphia. Pa, nn Institu
tion having n hlgli reputation tor honorable
conduct and professional skill.
3-M divv Sin.
.SHEHIl'P.S SALE.
Ily virtue of nn execution to nic directed
by thn clerk ol the circuit court ol AIo.an
dor county, In tho state of Illinois, In lavor
or William Chatlield and William Wood,
firm ol Chatlield and Woods, and again. t
William J. Allen and II. Watson Webb, firm
of Allen and Webb, 1 have levied upon the
following described property, to-wlt: Lots
numbered ono and two In block numbered
fifty-one, lot thirteen In block numbered
foriy-tlvo, and block numbered fifteen (1,1)
in block numbered forty-nluo, till lu the elty
of Cairo, county of Alexander and state of
Illinois, as tho property ol the said William
J. Allen, which 1 sliull odor ut public sale
ut the southwest door nl tho court-houso in
the city of Cairo, in said countv and suite,
on the 17th day of April, A; 1). 187.1, be
tween the liuur of nino o'clock, a.m., and
sunset of said day, for cash, to satisfy said
execution. ALEX. 11. IHVI.N,
Sberllf ol Alexander county, Illinois.
Oaiuo, Hi., .March 1871). :VJ0 tilt wilt.
HUEitlKPS SALE,
Ily virtue of nn execution lo me directed
by tho clerk of the circuit court of Alcxuu
dcr county, Initio state nf Illinois, in favor
of Pii'ey Wlckcrshain for use ofSorrislt.
Jones & Co., and Ludwij;, Kundlcr & Co,,
mill ujjaln't Yotuur I). Gainer ami Green P.
(iarner, I have levied upon the follow Ini; dr.
scribed property, to-wlt t Tho nortlica,t
quarter ol section seven (7), township uitctui
ll.'i) south, and In ian'e two west of thu
third principal meridian. In the county of
Alexander and state 1 1llinois, as the prop,
erty of tho said Young D. Garner, which I
shall oiler at public salo nt the southwest
door of thu court-house. In tho city of Cairo,
In said county, on the 17th day ol April, A.
I), ls;;i, between the hour ol 11 o'clock a. m,
and sunset of said day, lor cash, o satisfy
said execution,
ALEX. II. IHV1N.
Sheriff ol Alexander county, Illinois.
Cairo, Illinois, March S3, W3.
3.'J(JdUw8t.
THE 33-A.R,
is supplied with the
CHOICEST LIQUOHS.WINKS & CIGARS
J57illxed drink prepared with cire.
11-10 tl.
WlFttJ AMD LIUOUKU.
11. SMYTH & CO.
WHOLESALE GKOUEK8,
OUIO LEYKa
41 A I BO. ILLINOIS.
Also, ksxp coDInlljr no I.miJ a most com
Piste slock of
SOOTCU AVI) IKI8I1 WIIIUKIJt
-n i n b,
Port, Mhdoria, Sherry nnd Catawba Win'',
K. Sin) ih .fcCo. are alo ajjent lorpen
eer, Mehuy .V Co.' liltshuri.' nlc.ofwhicli n
larire Btock Is kept eon-tanUy on hand al
their wholesale store.
NTKANIIOATN.
"oaYuo'and'pauuoah"'
MAIL UOAY,
'I'ti- ,lsnJel tiin.er
J -A. S. FISK,
Dick Fowli-.u, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Simdaycxccpted) at
3p.ni For freight opasitnenpply on boat or
to Jas. .Mai.i.ouv, Ac't.
ttf
1UIAT HTOKEM.
SAM W Hi BON,
H I i LI I IH
BOAT STOBB9
OROOKH'XH.
PKUV1HIONS K T C.
Mo. 110
Oma Lkvik
Caieo, III
U. F. R Y A X 'I1 ,
Proprietor
Near Tvvct.ly-l'tli Street,
Onto Lkvkk, - CA1HO, ILLS-
All klndH of Lumber, Oak, Poplar, Cy
prcs, Walnut, efe delivered lu any jiaii
of tho city frcn of charge,
IrtTPatronajfC sollclled, and Fatlslaetlon
Kiiiirantced, .'W."itf.
NEW LIVERY STABLE
TENTH STKEKT,
IIKTWKSN WASII'N YKNUK AKIl WALNUl
Dr. II. F. KIsMs Informs tne ,ul.li.! that his ba
oponeJ
h I V I! It V S T A It L K,
ou thn norlliwi'st si.lv of Tonlli sires l as nsme
abore.
His SUliles will b ruiuUhml with none but the
BEST HTOIvLSES
AND GOOD VEHIOLKS.
and tho public, may bo accommodated nt ul
hours of tho day und night with suite teums
nu the lowest terms.
Dr. Fields asks a share of public patronage
ntid will endeavor to morit It by fair dealing
niid strict attention to btisJrc
B.K,OXiA."5fT BBOTHEBB,
WHOLESALEJAND ItETAIL
D H. U G G I sS T S ,
2STO. 74: O.TSIO LlLiVJSDff
Itctiiil ami l'rc'Ciiptioii
Corner Wo'lilnytoii Ave
and Elt'lith strtf t.
CHE1VIICAL.S.
RUSHESjKsTUFFSjnp
WMETIt VBH R4mTtR&'laHH C
rOIIXTPn!ilATCiUAtJI O
CI1KST WlOTKCTOHsS.
Of chamois ami rabbit skin,
lor Weak liinj;.
Ar IIAIiCLAY HH03.
(.ill.OHATE
LOZENGES
KOH .-OltE THHOAT,
Prepared and sold
Hv I5AHCLA Y HI103
lioitsi: AND
CATTLE MBniCINB?
And Dlfinfcctanls lor Stable
At II A i'.C LA Y HHOS
FllN'R C1C5AHS,
HONEY HEE."
" YOl'NG AilEHK ,.
And 'rnlveral Standsnl."
At HAHC1.AY HHO.-s.
U-Se.tf.
ELECTION NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby jjlveu that on Tuesday,
the K.th day ot April, A. D. 187.1. n 1,'elieral
election will be held In the elty ot Cairo,
Alexander (Oiiuty, Mate ol Illinois, fol the
election of the lollowin named municipal
officers, to-vvit: A mayor, a city council, a
its clerk, a elty attorney, a city trennirer
and a police, magistrate: each of tlic five, .,
wards into which the city is now divided de
fine entitled to the election of two ci) alder
men. For the purpose of said election, poll
will be oi.erii d at the follovvltii; named pla
ce, to-wlt: In the First ward, at the com-ini'-lnii
house of E. F. Davis. E'i.. on the
south sjdo of vlh (ii) stieet, h twi en Com
mercial and Washington avenue; In-Jhc Sec
ond ward, at the Houe,h and Iteady eiiffllie
house on the cast Ide of Washington avenue
between .Seventh and Eighth -trcet-; in the .
Third waid, at the Hibernian cnglne-linux ,
on Thlrtcentb street between Commercial
avenue and Poplar street; In the Fourth 1
ward, ut the court-house, nnd in the Fifth ,
ward, nt )lr. Milllv an' lioii-e on the north
west corner of Commercial avenue and
Tweniy-lillli street.
Itv order of the cllv council. 1
M. .1. Howi.cs , tit clerk. ,
JOHN M. L.VN8iKS,.Mnvor.
CAIlio. III.. .March 1J. lw7.tl
(. o veHn.ment s ale! '
Navy Department, )
lliireau of Coii-tructlou iin.l Kepalr,
Wasiii.niito.v, .March 17, ln73. J
Tho navy department will otl'erfor sale nt
public auction at the I'nltcd Mats naval
tatlou, .Mound I'ltv, Illinois, on Thiirsilay i
thol7llil.iyorAprif.A.D. I.7a.nt 1:! o'clock,
iu the L'nlteil Mates stern-wheel, Iron-clad,
single-turret ves-cl "Oceola," ol .'ii;', ton '
measurement; ;tho propeller Iron-clad, sin- '
elf-turret vessel. ".Marietta" mid "sail. 1
dusky," each ol Sii.'i ton- measurement; and '
the projicllcr steamer ".Mignonette," ol'fsj!
Ion- mcnsiireuicnt. 1
ihe cs-els and the Inventory ol nrtlclc
to be sold with each, run be examined nt
any lime belore the day of sale, on applica
tion to thu commandant oluthe station.
Twenty per centum of the whole amount .
ol the purchase money In each case must be
deposited at the time, nt sale, the balance !
within ten days Irom the date ol conlinna-
Hon ol salo by the department, and the vr
scl or other article, piircha'ci), must be re
moved from the station within two vveck
liom the date ol such continuation.
Knot continued the money deposited will .
be returned.
The Koveninient reserve the rlt'hi to !
wit Intra w the vc-cl, or either of them.
Irom sale at any time, nud to reject any bhj
or offer which may ho con-idcrcd inadequate.
jueie win ai-ii uc ouereii mrsaieniiuc
same time ami place, nnd subject to the am
term nud condition-, ono old boem, now lu
u-e nl the station for the protection ol the
ve-cl, together with such boat-, liinilturu
and stores, under the cognizance uftbl bu
reau, as do not properly belong to the ves
sels named, nnd will be sold .separately.
Naval Station, Mocnd City, March IP,
l.-iT.-J.
The foregolii'' order from Iho Navy de
partment Is liuhlMicd bv authority of thu
.commandant of -tatlon.
FUANCI-i 1 . (.ILi.EiT,
li-SO-lf Paymaster 1'. S. Navy.
IIILMAMItN.
BILLIARDS.
ST. NICHOLAS j
BILLLIARD HALL
II A HP. Y WALK RK Prop r.
This boue Is newly fitted up with two
excellent
BILLIARD TABLES
And two fine
JENNY LIND TABLES
The sslnou is stoekeil with the Urt
Urnn.lsol
LIQUOILS,
and CIGAHH
are compoundeil in the most approved stylo
JSTCouie and sec lor yourself. JX
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PATKONIZK
HOME THAJDE !
J. C. HUELS,
Late of fit, Louis,
BOOK HINDER AND BLANK BOOK
MA1SUFACTUHEH,
BULLETIN BINDERY,
Comer Twellth street and Commercial Ave
HLANK HOOKS of every description done
with neatness and dispatch. All kinds of
ruling done nt short notice. Illhlcs, .Aluic,
.Magazine and Periodicals botiml licit ami
at the lowest posslblo ralcn.
County work, such as Kccords, Dockets,
Feo Hooks, lllanks, etc., inado n ipccltdlty,
Hoxch, Pocket Hooks, Envelopes, etc.
mudo to order 11-21 tf.
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AVA1U) k nORKUTS,
(iitAi.Nixa,
HAI.NUHINIKJ,
rl.Al.Vd llEfUItATIVR
I' A IM:k IIANOIN'U A MUX PAlSiTINO
AlsoiteaWm III Paints, Oils, Olass,
WALL IAPKH, ETC.
Walilnyton avenue nnd Eleventh ,rfjytj
IlKAI. MTATK AUKKVt.
C. WINSTON & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
IS
AUCTIONEERS,
74 (hkconi) tlook) onto lkvkk,
CAIRO, ILUJ
Iluv and Sill Real Kstatjc,
PAY TAXES,
KUHNISII AUSTHACTS OP TITLE
Ard pcf-si Ciintnyaocos ofKlaits!
John l. Ilanr.au, Clint. Thriipp.
JO.IIN Q. HARM AN & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS
COLLECTORS
AVIl
CONVKYANORHS.
.Vorlli Cos ft'a HI. nul Ohio I.ovp.
Cairo, Ilmkojis.-
Abstracts of Tltlo, Conveyancing nude n
specially. Heal Er.tato bought nnd sold.
1 jgj-Taxea 1'nld, etc.
n 000 IN ONK WEKR.
To any shrewd man who can do huslnosa
on the quiet, J guarantee an Immense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and in perfect safety.
Address lu perfect coulldence,
Vm Warhkh

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