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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, IB73
TitCk'L WEATHER KKPOKT.
, 'v. S. Sio. Skiu, 08KKTtn'fl Opkicj:. I
Cairo, April t, l3, 10:11 p.m. J
Tsstnaoaetcr 75 degrees.
Wtad outb, velocity 11 miles per Iiuur.
Xaxlaum temperature last SI lionn. at
4 p. W degrees. -
K a. m.. C3 decree.
Prevailing wind lat it hours, south
Total number of tnllos wind I ravelled, lat
ti hours, 802.
David y. hak.st:tt. oincr.
KOK CITV ATTOltNKV.
We are autborhtcd to announce II. Wat
on Webb a a candidate for tlic oflicc of
city attorney at the approaching municipal
We are authorized to announce Dr. Wil
lias It. Smith as a candidate for mayor at
tbe earning municipal election.
We are authorized to announce .lames
S. Sirayne as a candidate for mayor nt the
approaching municipal election.
tor city TnEA8cnr.it.
We aM authorized to announce Mr. .Tames
.V. riilllll a candidate fo: f tin offlro of city
treasurer, at the ensuing municipal election.
We aro authorized to announce that Rob t
A. Cunningham will bo n candidate for re
election to the office of city treasurer, at the
ensuing municipal i lection.
i'On CITY CLEMC.
Wo aro authorized to announce Michael
J. Howley as n candidate tor re-election for
tbo office or city clerk-, at the ensuing nra
ron roLtcr. ?iACiii"TnATK.
Wo are authorize! to announce tho name
ofCbirlciMclincr.KMj., as candidate for Jhc
office of police magistrate at tho ensulnjr
We are authorized to announce Mr. .lame'
ltyau n candidate for the oilicc of police
tnagistrat: at the ensuing municipal elec
tion. We are authorized to announce William
F. Pitcher as a candidate for the office o
police magistrate, at the cnuluc municipal
FELLOW-ClTLtENS ok Caiho i I am a
candidate lor ro-clcctlon to the oilicc of po
lice magistrate, l'our year a?o I did hot
believe it was possible 1 should )ie to ask
office again nt your hand-, but having In n
great measure recovered my health, and
needing the Income the position afloriN, I
ajraln aipcar before you In the capacity (it n
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support. II. Shannwy.
1 OU AMIEKMRN.
W3 are authorized to nnnonuct! H. J.
Foley as a candldste for Aldcrm.iu In the
Wi 9rA nlltlinrlvftil In imumitii.A .1. II lim.
nliigham as a candidate for nldenuan In (he
We are authorized to announce die namo
of Chas. O. l'atler n a candidate for aider-
man Iron the I ourth U) wnri, nt the en'ii.
Jag municipal election.
By auttiorily wo announce th.it U .1. Me
Oauley will be a. candidate for nlderin:in
Iroui the Fourth ward at the approaching
Fifty thousand envelope- Ju
the Bulletin' office.
t received nt
Envelopes furnished aud printed nt the
Bulletin Oiricr; nt &l to (d per thousand.
The river reporter 1 absent from the city
on a visit, and there will be local river news
until lie return.
Saup & CUtkson will probably occupy
Keane's new building, oppodt" Tun Bul
letin office, a. a confectionery nnd Ice
We have received a communication from
Bro. Jacob Bradly, but It came too late for
publication In this marulng' Is:ie. It will
appear In to-morrow's Bulletin.
F. M. Ward Is now prepared lo deliver the
best of sawed and split hickory wood to any
part of the clt r. Ato all kinds of wood nnd
eoil alway. on baud. 3-35 II.
The place to buy wall paper und window
abides In No. 2 Sixth street, oppolte Win
tr's block, where you can buy uhcaper
than any place in the city. M.Aiu.i:. tl
One thousand brrel of pork, coiislgued
to Uallldsy ltto.'s, arrived in this city yes
terday on the Cairo and Vineennct road
from Chicago, to be toward' d to New Or
One Prox Jlrown, a while man, who
has lor some time been loafing about the
dsnce-bouso kept by tho ntiiro Freeman,
was yesterday arrcttc J on a charge of using
"language not at all ralculatcd to provoke a
breach of the peace." Downs enl to tbe
calabooso for six days.
On Monday next, April 7, the Alexander
county circuit court, Judge Maker presid
ing, will convene In regulai session. Wc
are told that much ol the busluets that wll
come before the court at this session, will be
of s cirll character, as there are only a lim
ited number ol criminal cases on the docket'
The iron ore mine at Thebot, In this
county, Is now being worked by a fit. l-oul
firm, with a view to ascertaining in what
quantity the oro exists, fchould It bo found
lu sufficient rpiamlty, the company will nt
once proceed to dcrclope the mine, and
bring Into use such machinery as may be
Decenary do the work.
The 'Army and Navy Journal ol March
U9, aaya that after tbe sale of the lron-elads
Osceola, Marietta aud Sandusky, and the
steam tug Mignonette, admtl.ed to be sold
nt auction ou the 17th instant, the naval ita.
tion at Mound City will be discontinued, as
the only object In stationing officers at
Mound City has been to look afler the ve.
el which are uow to be Mid.
Tbe Mound City 'Journal' in of the opinion
thatTlMOtby Dootbw lll. If he Is over able,
reiarn and natisly his creditors. The 'Jour
' 'Mat' sayi: Mr. T. IWoth's family having
t gone, With .bag baggage, It is safo o
-'yfeuaio thi:t Timothy has msde u puma.
et removal frorn these parts; though wu
vet clloirto the idea that ho will, if ever able
jL to do to, return and satisfy his creditors.
t We believe his ncwplaco of abode U un.
" kBOiTB to anybody here, Mr. liooth doubt
t' lew Jt cosldcrblo money ou his Cairo
aud VhKeumej raiiroM coBtraci, ny naviug
UiptynutU blffber fvr hinds and teams
Typhoid fever, cerebro-splnabtnenlngltls,
pneumonia and measles prevail to an alarm
ing extent In several of the small villages on
the line of the Illinois Central railroad.
We desire to direct tho nltrntlon of the
reader to tho card ol Mr. J l'cllorce.tlorfst,
to be (onnd In another column of to-day's
Ucu.kti.n-. Mr. I'sllorce Is now offering for
sale the choicest selection of house plants
cer brought to Cairo, lie may be louud at
tho gun store of John Koehlcr, corner of
Tenth street and Commercial avenue, where
he will remain lor a few days only. 4-I-3L
What Is the population of Cairo! A cen
sus has been taken there, but we see no olll
clal report of the result. Oh c us the figures,
centlemen of ttic Cairo press, and let us
Know bow bit- your burg i; anvway.
l.Mound City Journal.
The report ol the census taker was re
ported li The Bi'li.kti.v more thauamonth
aco. The report states the population ol
Cairo to lift 8,252 0Ul.
the :ile of tobacco at tho warehouse of
Messrs. Straughn .V Hlnkle, jestcrday was
well attendeil. The sales comprised thir
teen hogsheads, nnd told at prices rauglng
from fT lo ?11 60, Illd were rejected on
seven hhd. ?j to $0 W being offered.
A pleasant, cheerful room, situated ou
Seventh street between Wnlnut street and
Commercial avenue, to be used a n -tttlntr
and "leepln? room. Apply to
II. K. RtniNniDi:,
Mttt C. and V. railroad otllce.
STi iCKHOLOEIIV MEETLNti.
Orncn of C.wito City (Jaa Co.
The annual meeting ol the stockholders
and directors of the Cairo City Gas com
pany, wilt be held on the ilrst Monday In
April, nt the office of the company, at 10
o'clock n. in, Jl. T. Ok norm, Sec'v.
All citizens are hereby iiolillcd that the or
dinances lu relation to obstruction on streets
or sidewalks; nlo in relation to depositing
offal, 111, or other offensive matter in the
trects, will be strictly enforced from and
after April I, l?7.l I.. II. Myf.iis,
Aprll3.18:n. Chief or I'ollef.
lti:.I. ESTATE FOR SALE.
I will sell lot numbered 12 In block 4(i, lint
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
hou'onow standln'on slid lot will be moved,
leaving :i i;ood brick cellar, cistern nnd out
houses. For particulars enijulro nt my shop
on I wcntlelli street. WM. EHLKR-
ire ne ra I meeting will bo held to-night nt
half-past 3 o'clock ut Philharmonic hall, by
order of tho hcucral agent, J. Keller. All,
member!) nre requested to attend, ami those
who want to become member of tho bund
11. Mr.vjsns, President.
John W. I'ltui:., Secretary.
HOTEL FOB BENT.
Tho undersigned offer" to rent the lllsuy
hotNC, Hltuatcd nenr (Irecnticld landing,
MIioutl,and nt tho terminus ol the C. .V F
railroad. Favorable terms will be offered to
n good tenant. For particulars apply to It
F. Field. I'lcld'-i stable, Cairo, or on the
premises to J. B. (Ihki:m iki.i.
Wo bnve Just rccehed a complete insurT-
incnt of our celebrated make ofwldto tblrts
In all the late styles. We warrant them to
be tho best made and bet fining shirt
maiiulactured. Mea-ure taken and n fit
guaranteed. We are headquarter for n
late sljles of collars neck wear, etc.
4-2-.M STL'AltT .V ( HOLLOS.
Caiho, Ills.. April 1, l7:t.
We hate this day entered Into a partner
ship for the purpose of doing a general com
mission und produce business. The ty!o ol
our (inn will be Pari- .V Union.
K. F. Davis
4-5-tt N. Linton.
TO ALL VniOTFrMA YCONCF.US.
'llils Is to certify that 1 have this day
tran-fered and sold to John sjuillh alt ac
count due mo up to thU date, fur aud In
what 1 deem a good and equivalent cnnldera
atlon, and that said John imiiIUi "is duly and
lawfully entitled to collect all accounts duo
me up to this date, this tlie 2d day or April
A. 1). 1873. J.u. KYXAS.TON.
C'Aino, Illinois April 2, 187:1.
VALUA IILK PUOl'KBTY FOKSALK.
A GOOD HAItOAl.N.
A very desirable summer rtsldenee. ltu.
ated In tho town nf Anna, Illinois, going by
the name ol the "Farln properly." The
house has six large room-, good el-tern,
and suitable out-lioues. This property Is
now offered lor sale at a bsrgaln. Terms
oab. Apply to C. sci'ifK, Anna, Ill.
OrtoN. M. Faiu.v, lllnklevllle, Ky.
)Clt:.NTIFIC MACIMNKItY IN Till". IN-
TEISU-iT OF 110Usi:KLKrKlt5.
Mr. F. M. Engllh of llcnilcr-on, Hon
tuey, known to many of our cltlzcu-, Is
tho inventor and manufacturer ol Mint be
alleges, anil Is ready by actual trial to
demuuttrate, to be the only perfect vw-hcr
and churn that any one has ever seen or
u-id. And he wishes all Interested in a
perfet t washer or a perfe ( t rhurn, to call to
day at the Arlington hou'e, near Washing,
ton avenue on seventh street, and see these
machines In operjtion. F. M. Knolhii.
I mu glad to be able to announce that 1
have so far recovered in) health as to lie
able to resume the management of my .hop
My old cuttomers will, therefore, understand
that In the future, ns In the past, that.lfthey
di.ire clean, easy shaves, fjshionahlo hair
cutting, ut any other sen Ice In my line, I
will bo on hand to bctow upon them ray
personal attention. My shop, a- Is well
known, U four doors from the corner of
F.ighteviuu street and Commercial avenue,
where I Invite my old Irlends and nevv cwto
nicr to call and seo me.
t-C-tf (li'.oiuir. Uki.nin'O, llarber.
(iKNTF.KI. KKtiDKNCE FOK A1.K OU
On sixteenth streU between Washington
avenue ami Walnut street will be vacant
April 1 a small white hou-e, painted red,
with two front door In the back-yard. At
llrtt sight tlil jiay recin somuwhat paiadox
Icnl, still the Avcrill Chimlcal Paint recom
mends Itrclf u..J defies competition, It pre
sents u smooth polished surface ulilch with
stands the effect of licat und cold, rain ur
sunshine, and can be easily cleaned, It 1
neatly putup In tin palls, mixed, ready for
ue, aiMl lu all cclor. Wholesale agents,
N E. Way A; Co., general commission mer
chants;, Sixth street, between Washington
aud Commercial avenues, II. F. Meigs,
painter, Washlngttn avcuue, retail agent.
The brick storo, (23x100) 111 Commercial
avenue. Apply to Or. Warduer. 3-0-lm
Mr. Anna Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial nnd Washington avenues', has
just opened out a stock of new nnd fashion
able millinery goods. She has one hundred
and lift y different stylcsof hats and bonnets,
beside a large assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol all sorts, nil of which wll
bo sold nt the lowe t prices.
On nil sound grain received In store in the
Cairo Centre elevator after April 1, 1S7.1, un
til lurthcr notice, storage will bo charged at
the rate of 11 cents per bushel for the tint
ten days or part of same, and 5 cent per
buhel for each succeeding ten days or part
ot nine that the grain may remain In store
Magging grain aud sowing bags 1 cent per
bushel. J. A- K. llt'CKl.NOHAM.
t'Ainu, March 20, lt73. n-27-Iw
FLOWERS AT AUCTION,
OX MONDAY, APRIL 7, AT 10
O'CLOCK A.M., AT
.10 1 IX KOEHLER S
GUN SHOP, CORNER OF TENTH
STKEET AND COMMERCIAL
A H 1HC CHANCE TO PV'RCIIA'f. HAKE
Mr. Pcluracc, florist will sell at auction,
his entlro stock of plants, bulbs nnd shrubs,
consisting of strawberry shrubs, roc shrubs,
deiidrums, tweet ollve, Chinese jcsamlucs
evergrcene, nnd n large assortment of
tulips, pinks, lllllvs, tuberose mid tho larg
est and most complete nrlcty of choice
roc ever brought to this section of the
country, Mr. Peloracc brought his stock
direct from France, ''the laud of flowers'"
nnd lovers ol rose plants should not fall to
call on him to-day at John Koehler's gun
shop, corner of Tenth street and Commer-
:ta) avenue, or nttend the sale on Monday.
KATIE l'l.'TNAM TUOLTE.
l'hc lvatio Putnam comedy company will
open In this city on next Thursday evening,
In the Athencum. This compativ have
been playing in southern cities, nnd every
where, lias met with public lavor. Katie
Putnam Is knowu to all theatre-going peo
ple as one ol the most brlllhnt mid latcln
at lug young nctrenc now before the pub
lic. The company Is now In Memphis,
wheie Miss Putnam has won the highest
praise of both press and people, ns the fol
lowing, which wo clip Irom tle Memphis
Appeal' ol April a, will tetlly :
The attoudanco at tho Grand opera-house
I, at .. .. ...w.il ah. I .It... t.'il.
Putnam, who Is u very charming little ac
tress, was in nil her glory ns "Gertrude," in
tho pretty druma ol "The Little Treasure,"
and her winning wars, and elmnlc. vet natu
ral. Mj'e. ofuctlnjr won the admiration ol' her
audience, wl'.i'.o tier sweet singing of several
ballads ell- it id th.j hciirtlcst of plaudits.
The ntterrdeco was "The Daughter of tho
Begimcnt, ' In which Mis Putnam appeared
in her favorite character of "Josenhlnc."
She wa spirited throughout, with nil the
da'h of a centime vlvandlere. and Mine tho
rattling music witli skill, taste and vim. In
both pieces Ml Putnam was well supported
nyjir. i.invin jirownc, Jir. j. is. Asuton,
.Mr. llelTll Byan, Mrs. Kasli, and other tal
ented members ot the comedy company
Another fine bill to-night.
THK J'UBLIC SCHOOL
The examination exercises of our public
schools closed yesterday, and we echo
the sentiments of the many who attended
(hem when wo say that they wcro satisfac
tory In tho highest degree. Those who liav e
followed tbe oxerclscs through each depart
ment, from the lowest to tho highest, nnd
who navo hadano)u to the school interest
during previous years, say that tho 'cholar
have, generally speaking, tliown a
JIOUK THOUOUCilI ACQUAIXTAXCK
With the branches over which they have
been taken than ut nuy previous examina
tion, aud that the management of the teach
er., their control of scholars ; their methods
of instruction etc., nre more perfect ami
show a marked advance lu the character
and necessarily in the efficiency ot our pub
lic schools. On Friday afternoon the exer
cises were rhetorical interspersed with
music, and were very Interesting.
We give below the order ol the exercises
1. Music An instrumental piece well exe
cuted byMlts Ada Ualllday.
2. Declamation. "Tho Fire Fiend" Wil
lie Smith. Excellently rendered.
.1. Esay. Needles (with excellent points,
by the way) MUsEltle Foss.
L Uecltatloii. "Indian Name" Miss Ada
i. Select reading. "Tho Wreck of the lie -
penis" IIs Annie Alvord. Well ren
C. Music. "Pure as Gold" Miss Ella Wal
bridge 7. Declamation. Charles Walters. Shamus
8. Essay. Name. "There is somethiug In
a name after all," MH Ada Ilslllday
vi ry good.
J. Select reading. "Voice ol Spring."
Callle Coons well read.
10. Same. "Dldluous and Thlsbe." Mbs
Kate Alvord excellently rendered
11. Music. "Evangilluc," with variations. '
.Miss Lucy Wilson very well rendered.
11. Es.ay. Cairo its pit, present and lu j
ture. interesting, nnd well written by '
Miss Ada Thornton. i
13. Declamation. "Do Well" Frank Ken- !
tall. Very good. .
14. Trio. Misses Jo.le und Jesle Phlllls,
nnu jun butt ieoodms a beautiful .ong,
but failed to bear the title.
15. .Music. Medley Miss Anna Alvord.
Hi. i:ay. "Girl's Ulghts"-Mis (iraele
Arter. Spicy aud good.
17. Here a new newspaper was Introduced,
called tho Meteor,' edited by Miss Ella
ltobblntand Matter. Willie Chritman,who
alternately read extracts from Its contents.
The salutatory, by Master. Clirlstman, was
very good, but was, we will state lor tho
benefit of the candidates at the coming
municipal election, entirely noncommittal
1?. Duette, Eva Vcntrlee and Lucy Wil
son. Flnallo Columbia visited by her dullful
daughters aud sons, who each bring her
offerings ot the productions of their several
lands, llrothcr Jonathan acting In tho ca
pacity ol usher. Wo have no spaco for
further comment, than to say that lu her
rcceptiou Mrs. Columbia Included and
welcomed heartily all hor daughters,
kindly hying a-ldo nil remembrances of
any late unpleasantness that may havo ex
isted, aud It was really a beautiful aud
touching scene, with a good moral Icasou
lu It, by which many blr, heads might
I villi oBcr for sale, on Monday. April 7,
at 10 o'clock n.m., at John Koehler's gun
store, on Commercial avenue, between
Mnth.and Tenth streets
Rerele4 Dlrrrl fruiu rrasice,
Mr. 1. l'cllarce, llowtr and shrub seller in
Paris and Versailles France, has tho honor
of Informing the ladles and gentleman of this
city that he b Just arrived hero,
with the most varied and most splendid
collection ot plants aud shrubs which
were vct seen In Cairo. Dap-Iluci,
Itcododcndruins, Pans, Arborca, new
Drutz n, 1,000 new roso bushes, Irult trees,
pear trees, appio trees, cherry trees, plum
trees, vines, strawberry "d goocbcrr
plants of various kinds, flower
buds, which figured at tho graud exposition,
etc. Prices very moderate.
N. B. Amateurs who may honor me with
their confidence, will please call at Mr. John
Kcrhlcr's, Commercial avenue, between
Ninth nnd Tenth streets.
Sale positive without reserve.
.MIUJIAKTi COYNK; Proprietor
(OLD I'OHT OIUCK UTANll.)
Corner .Sixth street and Commercial Avu
The beat brands ol Cigars, choice Win.
!o,uors, etc., always ou hand.
3Tf)pen day and night. JJ
SALOON AND HEADING ROOMS
Corner 7th ttreo'. and
BARKER & MONTAGUE
rSTThe best brands of Clears, choice
Wines, Liquors, etc., always on hand tl
JOHN OATCM, I'rnprUlor.
lu Oouitusrcisl Anu, OAlllO, ILLINOIS
Heel brand of Cllfo iCIr III reoslsvJ,
UILLLVltD saloon furnished with the Lest
of tables : and bar suppllod with wines, liquors
aim eiKam ui lueiiusi. nranu.
(Open Day nnd Night.)
J. E. TAKKS, Proprietor,
Ohio Levee, bet, 4th andflth streets,
MEALS ATA LL IIOUUS. .
A tine now Dining Hall with every con
venience has been added to this popular
Itestaurant, and tho guests will find every
rcriuMtc lor their accomodation.
THE HILL OF FAltE
consists of every substantial and delicacy ol
Jis supplied with tho
CHOICEST LIQUOIIS.WINES & CIGARS
tSTMIxed drinks prepared with care.
AND DEALXKS IN
CHOICE FRESH MEATS
Corner 10th street and Commercial avenue
next door to the Ilyland saloon.
11-10 tf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AMD DEsLKK IN
Kioiitu Stbket, Bstwrim WAiniNOTon
and CouuraciAL Avknuks,
AiIJoIuIbb Iti'Snbone mud llnnaN
Krep tbe bt or Ill, Pork, Mutton Veal.
I.sir.L, Ssussne, etc., a4 are preperei to strre
cllicD In the most nxepuble maDDer,
iiUlCUXH AND DXALk'K IN ALL KlNI-S Ol
C'OHNKK N'INKTKNTII AND 1'OTUlU HTB.,
Uuys and slaughters only the best eatlle,
bog anal sheep, and Is prepared to nil any
demand for fresh meat fro one pound to
ten thousand pounds. m
P I 111 I IS)
w ev w .
V R O V I H I O N a H T U.
Ohi? Lavaa Caibo. Ill
81 000 IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business
on the (pilot, I guarantee an Imaiense For
tunes, easily, rapidly, and In perfect safet.
AddreM lu perfect confidence,
Wtst Fourth street, Maw York
Till MUNICIPAL ELECTION,
t'OUWARDINQ and COMMISSION
ME Hit HA ! TH.
DEALERS IN FJ OUK
Att l Agrtl- nt
HIO WVIH A.HV KANAWHA
70 Ohio Lrvkp.
COFFEY, PACK CO.,
A Jt 11
FLOlTIt AND COUNTRY PllODUOK
1!. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
AM) IiKALEH IN
AND MILL FEED.
MILLER & PAHKEU,
DEALERS IN FLOUR, CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AGENTS on FAIRBANKS BOALEM
Ohio Levee, CAIKO. ILLINOIS.
J. M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
(Hceesseors to K. H. Urmlncis & Co.)
Forwarding and Commission
2 Liberal Adsancemeule mad
9VS npoo Cooelirnmeats. CH
Aro prepared la rwenn, store aad torvsrd
rref(bU to all points and luj and
ell on coinmis.ion.
SSSTDuslnsn attended to prnmpUr;
JOHN B. PHLLIS k SON,
iBucceiiore to John K. I'Mllii.)
DEALERS IN HAY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
Cob. TKNTH-HT. ami OHIO LEVt
S. D. AYr.nn,
E. J. AYKItS
AYEIiS & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MKROHANTS
No. 78 Ohio Levxc, Caiho, Illh.
V E T E II 0 II II L,
So. M OHI4 M.K'KKt
WOOD RITTENHOU3K k BRO.
e" oral Communion Mtrob nta
W! OHIO LXV1S, .
WHOLES ALEJAND RETAIL
1TO. 74 OHIO LIj'V.EjT
Ha, been beforo ILe American jiuMIo
OVER TIIIRTY yraw. It lias ucver
ct foiled to (,-lro perfect satisfaction, and
Las justly been styled tho junaecu for all
external Wounds, Cuta, Hums BTcllinfs,
fjnraliu, Bruises, &c, cVa, for JTan nnd
SeuL Ni fimUr should lo a clnglo (lay-
Notice Is hereby given that on Tuesday.
.iiv ii'iu u ui mutt ... i. ioiu, a bvitut.ii
f-Icctlou will be held In tho city of Cairo,
Alexander county. Stat' ot Illinois, lot the
selection of the followliiL- named muulcinal
officers, to-uit: A mayor, n city council, a
city clerk, a city attorney, n city trousurer
aud a police mai-trntc; each or the five (.',)
wards into which the city ts now divided be
lni entitled to tho election or two (2) ulder
hor the punoscs or said election, poll"
will be oiicued at the followlm; named nla-
ccs, to-wit: In the First ward, at the com
mission house of E. K. Oavls. K"., on the
south side of Sixth (fi) street, between Com
mercial and Washington avenues; In the. Sec
ond ward, at the Rough nnd Ready cuglue
house on the cast sldo of Washington avenue
between Sescntli and Eighth streets; lu the
Third ward, at the Hibernian cmjlnc-houso
on Thirteenth strcot bctuocn Commercial
avenun and I'oplar street; In tho Fourth
ward, at the court-house, nnd In tho fifth
ward, at Mrs. Sullivan's house on the north
west corner of Commercial avenue and
llv order of the city council,
M. J. IIowlky, City clerk.
John M. Lansden, Mayor.
Caiko, Ills., March 12. IH73-td
WARD k ROBEIITS,
ri.AIN A 0ECO1I AT1VK
Also dealers In Paints, Oils, Glass,
WALL I'Al'ER, ETC.
Washington avenue und Eleventh street.
The spteadid etesmor
Hick Fowler, Captain
Leaves Cairo DAILY, (Sundayoxccptod) at
8p.m Kor freight opassaconpplyon lioat or
to Ja. M tixor.v, Ag't.
CAIRO CITY COAL
Is piepsred to sapplr autto mu nlit, t Is
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
01U)EJtS left at Halllday Bros, ottlco, 7
ouio lxvbk, or at the Coal Yard below tho
Bt. Chsrlos Hotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. The Tuo "Moktadk" wlU btiog toal
koutfilile to iteamsn nt any bow.
Retail nntl Prescription
Corner Washington Ave,
ami Llghtk sUect.
Of rhamols and rabbit akin,
Tor weak luiigi.
Ar BARCLAY BH03.
FOR SOUK THROAT,
I'reparnt and sold
Hr BAROLAV UROft
And Disinfectants lor Stables
At BARCLAY BROS.
' VOFNO AMERICA,
And ' L'nlrersal Standard."
At BARCLAY BROS.
without thta Liniment. Tho moEcyTs.
funded unless tho LInliccnt is as repre
sented. Jlo iraro and iret tho eenuinu
MKXTf! A V Un JST A V. . T.rsrr'inswm
Bold V all DnifcTTuti and CountrrBtoroi!'
nt. Cu! . nO- nn,l M.1Ull.
atylo, tUo of bottle. Ac.r"
A TSW APPLICATIO.'.H MAKE A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is Partly Vegetable, ua IU operation Is tei
and fell at oae. II doee away srlUi lt Huhil
Appearaoce caused by Beat, ratine, and Exee
xaeot. II eels sudrttaoscesllBloUDtasn Plros's.
dlspcSlos dark aad naslfibUy spota. Prists e7
'lac, frtcale. odBaaburn. and br Ita geolV but
powerroi laflaeoss saastlea Its lada&sbtrk tu
TOCTHTUL SL00X AVD BZAVTL
Bold by aU Drue? U aad Fiocy Stone. Deyot.
(9 Vara Mace, JJew Yoia.
i; i i-.ii A't i s ip ir
irm the puhlio that he has ci'aged the
Icca of a First-clan Wagon akcr, and
u Elrst-clan Iforso fihocr, aid 'is ready
ami u t irsi-ciass norso rinocr, aiu i rsu
to manufacture and repair all klids Of wor
iu inn iiiuiu nun ucauioss anu iiiai;"i
WHOLESALE AND HETJlIL.
lAUQIST VAIIIKTT STOCK IK t" CUT
GOODS SOLD VERY OlpSE.
Corner or Nlnt4nthatre,'at
For Salo at "Wboljiale or llctail.
OOHNKB 32D-HTRBKT iD OHIO LIVE
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