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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1878
rssMtawMa flse. Bnllelln llnlldtni;
LOCAL WEATHER HEPOKT.
V. B. 810. Stn., OnsithVKn'n Orrict!. J
CAIRO, April V, Ibid, 10:11 p.m. J
Thenaomotcr r0 decrees.
Wind aoMhcnst, velocity 0 miles tierhour,
Maximum temperature lat SI hour, at
3 p. in., 63 degrees.
Minimum temperature, I.im 21 hour, nt
6 tt. re., 42 degrees.
I'reTalllnjr wind lit 21 hour, wcM.
Total number of miles wind trnv cllcil, last
31 hours, 1C.1.
David W. Jl.lHXKTT, Observer,
ron citv attounkv.
We arc authorized to niiiioiiucc II. Wat
on Webb at n candidate fur tbo olllec of
city attorney nt t lie approaching municipal
ron ma Yon.
Wo are authorized to nnnounco Dr. Wil
liam It. Smith ns a candidate for mayor nt
the ensuing municipal election.
Wo aro authorized to nnnounco James
S. Swaynoasncandida't! for mayor nt the
approaching municipal election.
FOR CITY THKASUltrit.
Wo aro nutliorlzcdto nnnounco 31 r. .lames
A. riillllj a candidate for llio oflloo of city
treasurer, nt the cnulii municipal election,
Wc arc authorized to announce that llob't
A. Cunningham will ho n candidate for re
flection to the ollleo of city treasurer, nt the
ensuing municipal election.
rou CITY CLE1IK.
Wo aro authorized to nnuounec Michael
J. Uowley as a candidate tor rc-rlcctlon for
tho office or city cleric, ntthu piimiIiik mu
VOU rOl.ICK JUOISTHATK,
We ere authorized to announce the name
ofCharlcsMc'incr,lv'n,.. as candidate for the
office or police roaglitrato nt tho cnsttln:,'
Wc aro authorized to announce Mr. James
Ityan n candidate for the otllco of pollco
maglstrato nt tho cnsulns municipal elec
tion. Wo are authorized to announce William
F. Pitcher as a candldato for tho oflleo ol
pollco magistrate, ut the enulii!f municipal
Kj!li.ow.Citizex8 oi' Caiiso: 1 am n
candidate lor re-election to the oillccof po
lice magistrate. Four years ago I did not
believe it was possible I should live to nk
office again at your hands, hut having In a
great measure recovered my health, mill
needing tho income tho portion uiiords, I
again appear befoio ou In tho capacity ol a
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support. ii. .Siiannkssy.
Wo are outtiorlzcd to nnnounco I), ,1.
Foley as a candidate for Alderman In the
Wo arc authorized to announce .1. Jt. Cun
ningham as a candldato for alderman in the
Wo are authorized to nnnouncu tho name
of Chas. O. Patlcr as a candldato for alder
man troir the Fourth (I) ward, nt the ohmi
ing municipal election.
i auiuurii) wc announce iii.il 31. ,l. .Me-
Oauley will bo u candidate for alderman
from the Fourth ward at tlin approaching
Fifty thousand envelope? Jiiit recelu'dat
thC ilL'LLKTIX office. It
Davis, of tho 'Sun,4 left tho city by tho nf.
ternoon train yesterday.
Mr. Joseph Wiley, loreman of This 111,,.
letin news room, is scrloutly 111.
Envelopes fUrnltued and prlnti-d at the
Bulletin Ofhck at 3 to $ 0 per thousand.
A full Hue of all tho lato styli-s nf
hat for boys nt .Stuart .V fihol-onS,
Copies ot the dully Jlt'i.i.ini.veau ho had
on application nt nny of tho leading nev
stands of the city.
Capt. W. ii. Ilauiblcton and ,. O. Uarrl..,
of Mound City, spent yesterday among their
friends in thh city. '
On Sunday lait there arrived in St. I.oul-.
fifteen narrow-gauge car for the Cnlro and
St. LouU railroad.
Mr. James Kyuuston lias mid hi? meat
shop to Johnny Smith. Mr. If. contemplates
a trip to Europe somu tlmo during the early
part of the summer.
Chief od'ollco Myers gives notice in this
morning's Uoli.ktix that on and after this
date tho ordinance? in relation to obstruct
ing sidewalks, streets, alley, etc., ami also
with regard to tho proper disposition nf
offal, swill, etc., vtlll bo strictly enforced,
If any of our city subifcribeis tall to to
eclve T UK Bulletin regularly, niut nt n
rcaonably early hour In the morning, will
report tho fact nt the office, by note or oth
erwise, they will confer a great favor on u,
aivvo nredetcrmlncdth.it tho last paper ol
our city circulation shall br- ddlrnrni ny mx
o'clock In the mornlii:;.
The regular eomimiulcntlon nf
Helta lodge, Js'o. MH, A. M. nnd A. M., will
be held nt Masonic hall this (Thuidaj i open
ing nt 7J o'clock. Vhltlng brothers cor
dially United to ntlcnd.
W. A. Si.oo, Secretary.
Attention Is culled tolhu.eard of it. Jones,
boot and shoemaker, Commercial acnnc
near Tenth street. Mr. Jones l an cxncrl
enced worknmn, and warrants his work to
ho riiual to that nf any other shoemaker in
tho city, lie U prepared to manufacture
tho latest nnd most fashionable ctrlcs of
boot nnd shoes for primror summer wear.
Olo hlra n trial.
Don't bo In a hurry to put oil woolen gar
ment In spring. Many n "bad eoU.'" who
ever, heard uf n good one rhetimatlMii,
lumbago, nnd many other aches nnd palm
arc lurking In tho first sun-shiny iluys, ready
topouno' upon tho Incautious victims who
have tal I n.lde dutonsho nrmor nl llan-
ncl. All sudden changes In the system are
attended with more or lest of damrcr. but
the body can accommodate. Itself to nlinost
nny cnmlltlon, proIded it bo nssumed grad
ually. Tho usn of ilaiincl guards ngalnst
sudden change" of the temperature.
X week or ten day ngo n man n.'iinod
Cuimlniiham brought to thl city nnd sold to
Mr. A, Williams n lino tlecr, which It wn
afterward nccrtalticit had been stolen irom
lomo one living near .Mound City. Ve-ler-day
the tame man appeared ntMr. Williams
shop nud olfcred for sale another steer.
which he desired to sell nt such low llgures
a to convince Mr. Williams that this btccr
was also stolen property, lie liacl Cunning
ham arrested and placed in tho county jail.
in the meantime Mr. w. will endeavor to
ascertain who tho owner of tho steer Is, that
he may claim properly nnd prosecute tho
A new national banlc li about to be organ
ized lu this city by a number of prominent
citizens. Mr. C, N. Hughes, cashier ol Ilia
First National bank ot Cairo for a number of
yearn pa-t, has resigned his position In order
totukotho management of tho now bank.
.nr. ungues la probably one of tho best
bunkers ot tho West, having been engaged
ill the business foryears past and prior
to his residence in Cairo. Mo will bring to
the now institution great natural ability for
Hi business aided by valuable exnerieneo
allied In Ills long sen Ice In similar houses.
Tho "New National" will certainly be n
The brick More, (2Tixl00) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Dr. Wnrdncr. .!-0-lm
A pleasant, cheerful room, situated on
Seventh htrcol between Wuluut street nnd
loinmcrcttil mcnuc, to l)0 used ai a Mttlng
una sleeping room. Apply to
II. F. ItuiiNMM:,
y-Wtf C. and V. rallroail office.
All citizens are hereby nolllicd that the or
dlnnnccs In relation toobstructiouson street.
orsidealks; ulso In relation to depositing
ouai, HWin, or other otl'enslvc matter In tho
streets, will bo strictly enforced from nnd
artcr April 1, 1ST3 f.. II, Mvi:ns,
April.'!, isra. thief of I'ollce.
Wanted tin Intelligent (Jermaii lad to
loam the lowelcry trade: one whoic
parcut!i or guardtnn will bo responsible
for his good conduct, nnd are willing to bind
him forn term ol yeans to properly learn the
trade. o other need apply.
o-S0-d3t. Taiieu llnoTiiiin-
Mrs. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial nnd Washington nvemics, has
Just opened out a stock of now and fashion
nblo millinery goods, Sho has one hundred
nnd fifty different stylesof lints nnd bonuctf,
beside a largo nsortmenl ol ribbons, flow
ers nnd notions ol nil sorts, nil of which wll
be sold nt the lowest prices.
An energetic, experienced cnnvnsslng
agent to represent nn established family
weekly in this city. Every subscriber to
'Our Fireside Friend receives n copy of tho
oil chromo "Cute," acknowledged to bo the
most valuable nnd most taklnir nremlum in...
tnrc, nlso receives nsh aro In tho distribution
ol g2.,000 in cash and other premium. A
splendid cliancM for tho right matt. It will
pay men experienced m soliciting, or man
aging general agencies to investigate. Ad
dress, Willi references, Wnlers A Co., put.
Usher, Chlengo, Illinois .1-27-lt
.SCIIINTintTjiXcillNKItV IN the in
TKKEST OF IlOtTSEKEKI'EltS.
.Mr. P. ,M. EnglMi of Henderson, Ken
tuey, known to many nf our citizens, Is
the Inventor nnd manufacturer ot what im
alleges, and N ready by nctual trial to
iiemonirule, to lie the only perfect Washer
and churn that any one has ever spi.m
used. And ho wlhe.i nil Interested iu a
perfect washer or a perfect churn, to rail to
day at tho Aillngton house, near Washing-
ion nnuo on hcvcntli street, and eo then)
machines in operation. F, M. Kxill.tsll.
TO IIICAUDKI) MEN.
1 urn glad to bo ablo to anununnn tt.nl I
hnvo no far recovered my health as to bo
ablo lo resume the manatremeiit ofmr ulinn
My old ciistniuers will, therefore, understand
that In tho future, ns In the past, that, if they
uesirc clean, easy shaves, fashionable hair
liilllnc. or any other servleo In mi- linn, r
will bn on hand to bestow upon them my
personal attention, .My shop, us U well
known, Is four doors from the coiner of
Eighteenth etrect and Commercial avenue.
whero 1 invito my old Irlends and new custo
mers to call and see mo.
4-3-tf Ukoiiuk jtr.t.Nixd, liarber.
(IKMT.r.l, ItESIDENCK FOJt SALE Olt
On Sixtecnlh street between Washington
acnuo and Walnut street will bo vacant
April 1 a small whltn house, painted red,
witn two front doors In tho back-yard. At
first sight this may seem somewhat paradox
ical, still tho Avcrlll Chcmlc.il Paint recom
mends itself ami defies competition. It pre
sents a smooth polished surfuco which with
stand tho effect of heat and cold, rain ur
sunshine, and ean lie iii.I1v rlcnnnil. it u
neatly putup In tin palN, mixed, ready for
tuc, niut in nil color. Wholesale agent,
N. K. Way & Co., general eominlsslou mer
chant', Sixth street, between Washington
and Commercial avenues. 11. F. Meigs,
painter, Wnshlngtcn avenue, retail agent.
ItEAL, ESTATE FOlt SALE.
1 will sell lot numbered 12 in block'J, first
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
house now standlngon siidlotwillbe moved,
leading a good brick cellar, cistern and out
houses. For particular rniilrc at my shop
on Twentieth street. W.M. L'iilkii-.
r. M. Ward H now prepared to dollver tho
beit of sawed nnd split hickory wood to any
part of tho city. Alo nil ktndsof wood and
coal nlwayn on linnd. r,J5 tf.
The place to buy wall paper and window
fchades is No. 2 Sixth street, opposite Win
ters block, where you can buy cheaper
than nny place In tho city. II. Ainx. tl
Mr. Chas. A. Cunningham ha been hi
polutcd cashierof the FJitt National bank of
Cairo, vice C. N. Hughes, resigned. Mi.
Cunningham is a worthy suceeor to Mr,
Mrs. Clavcrn wont Prox Martin ancMcd.
Proxis a naughty boy, or he noer would
have 'compared Mrs, Clavcrn to n "femalo
purp," Sbe I bound that Prox shall "jav
tor the roasU"
Lost, bctwtfcn corner ol Eighth mid Wnl
nut streets, and Greenfield's terry, u hoop
car-ring. A suitable reward will be paid for
its return to my livery stable.
4-1 3t. J1F. Fir.i.n.
Stuart A Gholson aru showing a full line n
the celebrated Standard ttimuilng. Al
fuslilon magazines recommend them us be.
lug tho most suitable and handsome trim
mlnga ever offered. 1-2-21
Tbo election for school dliectors will be
held on Saturday next. Tho gentlemen
named in auotherurticlcln this Issue of Tin:
Uullktin arc, we bclluc, tho bo.t mm
that can bo selected for tho jioslllon.
A colored man, iiamo not renumbered,
was yesterday fined fourteen dollars fur tho
Innocent amusement or whipping his wife
with a "right smart sort of u stick." What
an outrage, that a man may not whip his
wile when bo pleases '.
Vb.Ubo. Steimioubk, barter and hair
dresaer, corner of Eighth ft reel and Com
meroial aTonue.deilros tocall tho attention
sftba boarded community to bit neatly nr-
rtxgtd falcon, and tbo fact that lio Is mas
ter of bli profasslon in all its branches
Qa bat beardad many a Hon In bis den, and
tall for woro, tf.
Wo have Just received a complete assort
mentof ourcolcbratcd make ofwhlte shirt,
in all tho lute stjlen. Wo warrant-them to
be tho best niadii and best fitting shirts
manufactured. Measures taken mid a fit
guaranteed. We nro headquarter. for nil
lato st) le? fif collar-, neck wear, etc,
l-2-.1t STtMllT .t Ct 1IOI.SO.N.
t will sell at public auction on Wednes
day, April 2, at tl a. in., for account ol (!. 1).
WllUuin-on, at tho residenco of Mr. Mar
tin, on Eighth street, a largo lot of entirely
new household goods, comprising parlor,
bedroom and kitchen lurulturc, beds, bed
ding, carpets stover, dishes etc.
1-2 It. I). llAUTMAN, Auctioneer.
Cauio, 1IU., April 1, 1873.
We hae this day entered into a partner
ship for the purpose of doing a general com
mission and produce lmsine. The stylo ol
our firm will be Dai I A- l.tutnii.
K. F. Davis.
4-iMt N. I.I.VIOV.
CTIAMIlEIt OF COMMEitCE.
There was by no means a largo attendance
on Change yesterday, though larger
than on the pre Won day.
Several visitors were present, and seemed
to tuke a lively Interest In tho proceedings
or too hoard.
Sales reported wcro as follows :
Seventy-five '.libls XXX Hour, $7 ; 1 car
choice, mixed hay, $10 ; 1 car yellow corn,
sucks, delivered, 14c; I cars white corn,
sacks, delivered, 47u; hears mixed corn.
sacks, delivered, 44c; 1 car choice mixed
oats, sacks, delivered, 341c; 7 ear, eholco
mixed oat., sacks, delivered, 31c.
THE PIUIMC SCHOOL EXAMINATION'S,
The exercises lu the several departments
of the high school yesterday were full of In
terest, and gave the greatest satisfaction to
tho large number of visitors present.
In tho forenoon tho classes of Miss Moore,
Miss Cao and Mrs. Taylor were examined
The oxercles wcro of an Interesting charac
ter, the scholars generally acquitting them
selves creditably, and to the delight of parent.
in the altcrnoon tho classes of Mis Hawk
ins and Miss Huso were examined. Tho
scholars In Miss Hawkins room gave evi
dence of thorough training nud rapid ad
vancement in their studies.
The excrclsos In tho department
ocr which Ml Koto presides,
were, however, especially interest'
Ing; ami It Is tho verdict of every one who
witnessed them that her method of dealing
with "young children" Is tho most satisfac
tory of any uver Introduced Into our schools,
To-day and to-morrow tho exercises will
bo confined entirely to the high school.
In our notice of tho school ox
nmlnatloii yesterday we tailed to
say that the scholars of Miss
Yocum's room, an Intermediate department,
were examined on Monday. Her scholars
did excellently well, as did all tho rest, and
gave evidence of hard work on the part of
teacher and close application on tho part ol
IlOTi:i. Foil KENT.
Tho undersigned oirer tfi rent thu Jlluy
liouto. situated near (ireenlleld lauding,
Missouri, and at thu terminus nl tint U. A' F
railroad. Favorable term will bo o lie red to
a good tenant. For particulars npplv t" .
F. Field. l'leld'i '.table, Cairo, or fin tho
premise), to J, II. (titur.M iKl.n,
TO AM. WHOM IT MAY CONCI'ltN.
This is to eeltlly that 1 hao thU day
lratisieieu unu sold to .lolm smith all ac
counts duo mo up to thl date, for and In
what I deem u good nud equivalent conderiv
allon, and that said John ,-uilth la duly and
lawfully entitled to rolled all accounts duo
inc up to this date, this tho 2d day of April,
A. D. 1W73. JAs. KY.NAMO.V.
Cauio, Illinois, Aptll 2, 1873. ' K'J-flt
On nil sound grain rocehed in store in the
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, 1673, un
til further notice, storage will be charged at
tho rate or 1J cents per bushel forlhotlrl
ten days or part of same, and J cent per
bushel for each succeeding ten days or part
of simu that the grilu may remain In store
Hogging end" and sewing bags 1 cent per
bushel, .1. A E. Kt'CKINOIUM,
Canto, March 20, Pj73. a 'J'-lw
AN IMPOllTANX ELECTION.
Tho present board of school dlroctors
consisting of throo mombors, coasos to ex
ist aftor tho oloction of neU Saturday, at
which tlmo a board of education consist
ing of tlx members will bo olectodto take
tho place of thu prejont board of directors,
This change U in nccordanco with tho 80th
section of tho school law now In forco
and its particular provisions aro thus con.
strucd by Prof, Batuman, etato fuper
Intcndeut of 1'ubllo Instruction:
Tho first election ot directors after tho
PHssago of thu act will bo on tho first Sat,
iirdny, (tho fifth day) of April uoxt. at
whleu; tlmo, in every school district, hav
ing n population uf two thuusaad Inhabit
ants and not govorncd by auy special act
in relation to schools, a board of education,
of not less than six members, must bo
olectod in nccordanco with tbo legal pro
visions quotod. Thu oloction must bo or
dered and conducted by tho present board
ol directors, and in thu notices it must bo
stated that tho oloction will bo for tbo pur-
poso ui electing a uoaru oi oJUcailon, or
six members, in llou of tbo presont board
of throo diructori, so that all votors hav
ing duo uottco may govern thorn,
sutves accordingly. It must bu distinctly
uuucreioou mai sn persona nro to ho
voted for and elected ; it Is to bo nn en
tiroly now board of at least six members
When tho present board of directors have
ordurod ami cunduclod thu election, and
tho bonrd of education 1ms Leon choson,
tho present board of dlroctors will cusiato
oxlst, and thoir powers will vest in tho
now uoaru. ui courso any or all of tho
Cersons composing tbo present board, may
o voted for and eloctod to the now board,
II tho electors so deiiro. After the board
of education has been eloctod, it must pro
ceed to organize and tslto chargo of the
schools of tho district, in tho mannar
clearly and specifically pointed out In thi
80th soctlon of tho act.
It Is highly Important that a good
board bo eloctod, a board composed of
man who have tbo ability, the tin and
the inclination to give personal ntlontion
to tbo dutlus involved by the position.
Tim following aro names of gentlsmon
who nro willlnr; to toko upon tbcmieires
tho responsibilities, and wbo are alio wall
qualified to tbo dullot of mombers of tha
board of education: Messrs. Vt. P. Hal
llday, D. Ilurd, B. C. Pace, Paul 0. Schuh
Ooo, l'lsbor, Dr. IS. S. Brlgham.
And buy your
33 O O VaJiTX) SHOES
Cor. Tenth at reel and ('nuuerrlal Av.
f .. ... Hnnn.a,l 1 ,1 M.nll Tn . .11
ft mil IIUIV ,ii;'uii:u km MMiiuiMtutn nil
spring styles, such a patent leather, morroco,
I....I- n.lt.kln l.nnlu Ulinn. 111. I .
HIIU LII-DRIU UWUIli ' " .1.1 UUA
toes cork and pump soles, .Scotch bottoms,
and bevel edge or any other style you wMi.
f um n.n i.tntilirnxtllf lllf. n hvlin ntulltH
of Indies' shoes. My mntcrial nnd work
manship are warranted to bo of the best. 1
a,., ilnf nnulitinl In tint It., IliiilanlJ n .1.
mil. uviiil .....IV u ... uin.v.nuiu 1UI llU
same finality of goods.
Ilfnalring dono neatly and on short
BOtlC It. JONKSi.
THE FINESTCOLLKCTlONOr PLANTS
lloreltrd Itlrert from I'raarr,
Mr. I. Pcllarce, llowcr and shrub seller in
Purls and Versailles. France, bus tlin hmmr
ofliifounlng the ladles and gentleman of this
city that he ha Just arrived here, and will
remain n few days, with tlin most varied
nnd most splendid collection nf plants nnd
shrubs which was over seen In Cnlro. Dan-
lines, Kcododeiidrums, Pu na, Arborea, new
Drutzi.'i, 1,0.X new rose bushes, Irult trees,
pour trees, npplo trees, cherry trees, plum
trees, lne., peach trees, strawberry and
.uiniirtllj UI 1UIJUM n1-, llUnd
buds, which figured at tho grand exposition,
etc. Prices very modorutc.
li. Amateurs who may honor mo with
their confidence, will please call at Mr. John
Kidder's, Commercial, avenue, between
Ninth and Tenth streets. B-U8-dlw-
C ItYSTAL SALOON
MICIIAKL COYXE, Proprietor
(oli roar os-ncK stand.)
Corner sixth street ami Commercial Avu
TIm best brands il Cigars, choice Wlns,
EUpors, etc., always on baud,
JSLTOpcn day utid night. J3
SALOON AND READING HOOMS
0Tomineffiu?d NTEIPS 1.I.OCK.
PARKER & MONTAGUE
t3TThe best brand ol Cigars, eholco
W tncs, Liquors, etc., always on hand tt
lUTuMABD. SALOON AND BAK
ROOM. JOHN MATKM, roprloter.
lu Ooinmrrcinl Ascnas, CAIRO, II.LINOle
UMtbruJ of Cillf( Ctrln rsoisvJ
IlILLIAItD saloon furnished with the best
of tables : and bar supplied with wines, liquors
nnd clears of tuonost brand'.
(Open Day and Night.)
J. K. PARKS, Proprietor, .
Ohio l.ovee, bet, 4th nndGtu streets,
MKALS AT.VLL HOU1W,
A fine new Dining Hall with every con
venience bos been added to this popular
ucsiaurant, ana me guests win iinu every
requlslto lor thelraccomodatlon.
THE MILL OF FA11K
consists of every substantial and delicacy oi
is supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUORSiWINES & CIGARS
tSTMIxed drinks prepared with care.
i. D. MATiiuss.. k. o .uni
MAT11US3 & UI1L,
IAY AND WESTERN PKODUOE
OHIO i.K V7CK.
WARD fc KOBEUTS,
PLAIN A DEI'OHATIVB
lAIKK IIAKI'INUA MIQN PA1NTIMCI
AioilealciH in Paints, Oils, GIush,
WALL PAPKR, ETC.
Washington uvrnuo and Klevcnth street.
Oil HaUastsU steak lUMIsis,
asvBpaolal attsntloa pant to erdsrs from slsam
tosts atgbt or daT
oaaMiMie-f akb rawAiMat,
FORWARDING Alto COMMISSION
H K II tl II A ft TS.
DEALERS IN PIOUX
bil SlfPlA lit
SHII) HIVKK ANIl KANAWHA
7i Ohio Levkk,
COFFEY, PACE k CO.,
V O U W A K II I X it
FLO UK AMI) COUNTUY XMIOOIJOE
II. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AND DKALKH IS
AND MILL FEK1.
CAIRO. ... ILLINOIS
MILLER & PARKER,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS fob FAIBB ANK'8 SCALES
Ohio Levee. CAJKO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS CO.,
(Itucceiiors to K. Tl. fienlrtos a Co.)
Forwarding and Comraission
1 Liberal AdTancemetiis mad Stf
IHIK upon Oomliramcnti. BP
Are prepared to rsoslrs, store and forward
freight! to all points and buy and
sell on commlMluB,
VBuslnMS aitandsd to promptlr;
JOHN B. PHLLIS & SON,
tHuccsasors to John 11. Phllhi,)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TEN TO -ST. add OBIO LEVI.
H. I). AYSBS. E. 3. AYKItS
AYERS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 78 Onto Lkvix, CAino, Illh.
Sm. so ew IF.VI,
3-'J0 tf. CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
WOOD RITTKNHOU8K & BRO.
cneral t'ommisiion Marohanfs
UI OHIO LXY1B,
1STO. 74- OHIO XjIj-VSX
RctaSt and Prescription
Corner Washington JVYe,
ami Klghth street.
)f i liatuoli and rabbit iVIu.
ror weak liiuas. '
Ar UAKCLAY BB08. '
FOU SOUK THROAT,
I'rcparrtl ami sold
Uv HMtCLAY Js-ROft
Aud Klslnffctatit (orSUblss
At IIARCLAY BROS.
Ami "UnlrerMl 8tandsn1."
At IIARCLAY BROS.
Notlrfs ii hrreliv ulvcn that on Tuesday.
the 15th day ot April, A.I). 1873, a ironcral
election will ho held In the rlty of Cairo,
Aioxannor comity. Mate ol Illinois, ioi nif
selection of tho ("llowlng named municipal
ofllcero, to-wit: A mayor, a city council, a
city clerk, a city attorney, a city treasurer
and a police magistrate: each of tho th; (A)
wards into which tho city is now divided be
ing entitled to tho election ortwo (li) aid err
For tho purposei of said election, polls
will be opened nt '.he following named pla
ces, to-wit: In tho First ward, at the com
mission house of E. F. Davis, Esq., on tho
south fldo or Sixth (C) street, between Com
mercial and WushiiiKtnn avenues; In tlicHec
ond ward, at tho Rough and Heady engine
house on the cast side of Washington avenue
between Seventh ami Eighth streets; In tho
Third ward, at tbo Hibernian englne-bouso
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
avenue ami Poplar street; in tho Fourth
ward, at the court-house, and In the Fifth
ward, at Mrs. Sulllvau's houe on the north
west corner of Commercial avenue and
My order of the city council.
M. J. IIowlky, City clerk
John M. Lanbobn, Mayor.
Cauio. Ills., March 12, lH73-td
071123 2ST0B3-W SYSTEM.
orockuibi bxtailkd at wholesalb
AT II. O. THIELEOKE'H BTOUE'
WASniMOTON AYBMUB, BXTWXBV TBHTH
AMD BLBVBHTn ITBBBTB.
BO tts. dby Cuba Sugar for - f 5 0
91 " " - - . l 00
6 lbs. A coffee Sugar, N. Y. Std. 1 OC
4 " frima KIo Coffee for - - 1 00
H " Choice " u - 1 00
3. ' Old Uorernment Java - - 1 00
Teas and other staple and fancy Groce
ries equally as cneap.
Goods new and full weight Riven. Call
And Dealer la
VEGETABLES, FRUITS, EGGS, LAUD
FUESH BUTTER, ETC.
tV All Goods warranted fresh, and sold
uiD isneti prices.
Corner Oth St andCommerclalAve.
WHITE COLLAR PLANING MILL
H. WAI.'lT.RN, Proprietor,
HARD and SOFT LUMBER
n Trj tlasorlpueo,
lath, shingles, cedar posts
doors, 8a8u, blinds"
Furnished en shortest notice.
Commercial avonuo, betweon Tenth and
B. F. R Y A N T ,
Near Twecty-suth Htrcct,
Ohio hr.vr.ft, - CAIRO, ILLS
All kinds of Lumber, Oak. I'oular, Cy
press, walnut, etc. iiiivrii i ... nrt
of tho city free of charge.
ErFatronift'e solicited, ami attaiactlon
HYLAN1) k SAUER,
AND UBALSU IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Comer 10th street and Commercial aveutir
next door to the ilyland aaloou,
11-16 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND UKALKt: IN
EitinTU Stbbbt, Bbtwbbk WaaHiaaToa
AVD COMWIBCIAL ArBBOBS,
AajalalaiB Kl'Uakaaaa ausel Bassaiy'a
Kwp the beet or Beat, Pork, If oUoa VmI.
Lamb, aoaff, eto., end are prearat to Hm
oltiseaa n IV most aocecUDI masaar,
uctchbb and dbalbb ik all klkdi of
CORKKK NOfBTKNTn AND I'OFLAB 8Ti.,
Ruys and slaughters only the best eattle,
hogs and sheep, and la prepared to nil any
demand for fresh meats from one pound to
ten thousand pounds.
WILLIAM J. ALLEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office over Kirit National bank. S-16-3m
GREEN & OILBKKT,
COUNSELORS AT LAW,
"Spwia- attentioa lTsn to Adsalrallr ead
eamboat biulnuee, '
OtrlOB OHIOLBTBa,BOOla 7 AHS SOTBB
CITT BATIOMAL BAKE.
SAMUEL P. WHEELER,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELOR AT LAW
Oitloc over Flrt National bank. S-HWm
David T. Llnegnr.
John. M. Laasdsn.
iJNEOAR Sc LANSDEN,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
Otllcn nn Rnvcnth atreet. Winter's block
old office of Llncgur, Munn Pope, i-21-lw
CAIRO AND PADUOAH
MAIL I CAT.
The eBleadtd iteaaver '
Dick Vowlib, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sunday exoeptod) at
Bp.m Kor frelgat opaatage apply obdobi or
t5 J as. Kalloky, Ag't,