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CAIRO DAILY BULLETIN, SUNDAY, APRIL 0, 1873
Pntllcla feme, Rnllellit IIqIIiUub
LOCAL WEATHER UKPOKT.
U. 8. Sio. fiKn., Odsrkvkii's orria:. 1
Cjuno, April ls73, 10:11 p.m. J
ThtrrooBictcr 77 degrees.
TTIbJ touthcast, velocity 12 mllci rcrliour.
Maximum tcmpcr'iro last St hour, at
t p. m., 70
Minimum temperature, lat 21 hour, at
fl ft. m., 03 decree.
PraTalllnjc wind last 51 hour, southwest.
Total number of utile wind travelled, last
41 hours, 329.
David IV. (Iaknett, Observer.
ron cm jTTonxnY.
We are aultiorirod to announce II. Wat
fon Webb a n candidate for the ofllco ol
city attorney nt tlic approaching municipal
We are autlmlred to announce Dr. Wil
liam R. Smith n ncandldtto for nuyor at
the ensuing municipal election.
Wo are aitharlcd to amioituco James
S. Stvaync as a candid c for mayor at the
approaching muMelpal election.
rou cirv tkeasuiibk.
We ar. authorized to nnuounco .Mr. tT.imei
A. minis a candldito for the ofllce ofclt)
treasurer, at tie cnulng municipal election.
We are authorized to announce that Rob'l
A. Cunningham will be a randldatc for re
election to the ofllce of city treasurer, nt the
ensuing munlrlpal election.
rot: city clliik.
Wo aro juthorired to announce Michael
J. llowley nt n candidate lor rc-clccllon fur
the ofllce or city crkf at the ensuing mu
10R I'HI.ICK MAOISTitATK.
We are Authorized to announce Mr. James
Sumracnrcll as u candidate for the oflico of
pollco magistrate at the ensuing municipal
Wo arc authorize! to announce tho name
of CbarlosMcbncLVo.., as candidate for tl.c
ofllce of police uagttratc at tho cnulng
We arc authorized to announce Mr. Jame
Ryan a candidate for the cilice of Kllce
maglitrat? at the cusulnr municipal ''lec
tion. Wc are authorized to announce Wilftsni
F.Tltcher as a candidate for tho ofllce of
police HUol'trato, at the ensuing municipal
reLLOw-CmzEXS or C.vir.o : 1 am a
candlda'c or re-election to tlic office of po
lice magistrate. Four your, ago I did not
believe It was possible I should lie to ask
ofSco again nt your bind, hut having In a
great measure recovered ny health, and
needing the income the position afford", 1
again appear before you In tho crpacity ol a
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support. it. Siian.ni.isy.
Wc are authorized tn announce 1. J
Foley as a candidate for Aldoruun In the
Wc are authorized to announcn .1. U. Cun'
nlngham as a candidate for alderman In thu
We nrc authorized to announce the name
of Cuat. O. Patlcr as a candidate for alder
man Iron the Fourth (I) ward, nt tho ensu
Ins municipal election.
lty authority wc announce that 21. J. Mc
Oauley will ho a caudld.it- for alderman
from the Fourth ward at tho approaching
Fifty thousand envelope just received at
the liCLLCtts office. tt
Summcrwcll is a candidate for police mag
Circuit conn wlUconcne In roijular ses
Envelopes furnl-hcd nml printed nt the
Bulletin Uiticu ut fa to tt per thousnud-5-jytf
Sir. J. II. Wlluuns. ot the ilt. Carmcl
'Register,' U tpcudluga few dav. with hit
tricuda In this city.
Both the Ohio and MUaKtlppl livers ar
rUlug. The Ohio came.up uluo Inches In the
tweuty-four hour ending at J o'olocl; yev
r. JI. Ward l now prepared to deliver the
belt ol sawed and split Met. ry wyuJ to any
part of the city, Alio all Llndiof Wood mid
co) always on hind. tf.
Tho rlacc to buy wall paper and window
shades U o. 2 StsiU street, opposite Win
tr' block, where you can buy cheaper
thuu nuy place In tho city. II, AW.E. tl
Police court yotcrday v a, dry as a
corked bottle. There was n t n c-e tried
during tho Use long day. urdluaiice muti
lator ure scarce now-a-day, or if there nto
any they ure too smart lor our police,
During the year ending April l.thc ex
penditures; on account of our public, schools
was J3,y W. Of this amount, teachers
received $9,bSl 25, and l,7t0 was paid out
on account ol improvement i mid for. nddl
Uonul kcliool proiwrtT. Undue; tho year the
amount lmld over by the sberln", wasl?,-
Three horc sven tcecmiy;toUn from"
the stable of Alex. Parker or Dog Tooth.
Tho thlevet. or thUrsvas tracked to within
u few miles of this city, where It was be
lieved the thieves would attempt to cross
over to Mltsouri. At last uecounts the
horses had notbecu recovered, nor any lur
tber trace ofilinn found.
Any of our readers) vho deslto a good
livery team, should call on Dr. Field, 'i l,o
doctor keeps good horse and comlortabls
buggltfi, and is, one of the most accomodat'
ioguwuln the world. This U tho driving
aeasuo hero and peoplo should take advau
tK ol It, procure ono t Fields' bugglc
and take a good rid into Uih country.
Wo desire to direct tho uttcntlon of the
reader to the card ol Mr. V. PclIorce,llorlt
to be lotmd In another column of to-day
Bulletin. Mr, Pellurco It now offcrlug for
i Rile the choicest election of house plants
I, V r brouallt to Ca'.ro, lln mav lu found at
JI-' tb gun tloro of John Koehlcr, corner of
fsfJenOi (trcet ana commercial avenue, where
5 M will remain lor a tew ujy. only. 4-iilt.
,'XM nctaber ot tho Hibernian Flro cfm
i DauT.JUsttobaTe a joko on tbilr tretlitin
A f tb other' compaulei of the city, last night
f Mtlwrod logether a Iiugo pile of bands,
ij bXt', etc., out of w hich they made a bond
f Ire. Tbe Ure alarm wm then bounded, and
' to eroeedkigly abort po of time nearly
r" aiarr coupaay in the city wa on the
. aro'tuit will! Hielr eiijlnei, and ready lor
Two con-panic of the Eoventli l'nlted
State cavclry arrived, in this city yesterday
forenoon on the ('.earner City oi Chester.
Companies 1J, C, 1., U, K and F, were ex
pected to, or near sometime during the
night. The men arc a line looking fct of
lellowe, and apparently have seen hard scr.
vice. Their destiny is Yankton, Dakota,
and they expect to he In active service dm
In; the summer.
A most shocking and palulul accident oc
curred on Eighteenth street yesterday alter
noon. A colored woman, having prepared
fho cvcniug meat, set n 'capot full ol bollinp;
tea on the tal.le. when one of her children, a
little girl about fifteen months orngr, went
up to the tabtu and tiklng hold of the handle
urthopo. upct If, pouring the entire con
tents on the child's, head and face. Where
ever the hot tea toiuhcd tlio skin t he hair
came off. A phytlclati was cilled anil did
all he conll to relievo the llttlo nilTcrer.
Prof. Appel, formerly ot Cairo, has re
cently returned to this city with the inten
tion of making it his permanent residence,
lie Is prepared to tench clac in Ucrman,
account., etc. Prof. Appcl ! well Ualltied
to alvo satisfaction In all branches ho under
takes to teach, lie lias taught In the Ger
man-English school In Padiicah, and until
recently wa principal ol the Cicriiiau High
school In Mi.-souil, from both or which he
comes well recommended. Mrs. Appcl alo
desires to engage In teaching tancy work,
uecdlo wotk, chrochctlug, etc.,andwllltakc
a class or young ladles to liistiu.'t In those
brnnchc, or will give to yotur,' ladle, ulrls
or children, single lessons, If desirable.
Died at his residence, comer of Poplar
and Division street, of pneumonia, .Michael
Murphy, "god M years. Tho funeral will
lhako placo to-day at 10 o'clock from the
resldcnco of tho deceased, by special train
Irom the foot ot Eighth t trect." Friends in
vited to attend.
Theincintur of fst, Patrick's Henovoleul
society are mpicsted to meet at tho re.l
denco ut 1 o'clock to-day for the purpoj ot
atteiHIu, (lie funeral.
A pleasant, cheerful room, situated on
Seventh street betwocn Walnut htrrct and
Commercial nvetnte, to bo used as n sitting
and sleeping room. Apply to
11. F. Ruiixsiiii:,
A,. I II I I -
c.ni v. mm . ruuroau unicc.
Ofj ice OK Caiiio City Gas. Co.
The annual mcotlng ot the stockholder
and illicctors of tho Cairo City Oa.s com-
any, will bo held on the l!m Monday In
April, at the otllce of tho edinpany, nt IV
o'clock a.m. 11. T. Okuoulu, See'y.
All citizens arc hereby notified that the or
dinances In relation to obstructions on streets
or sidewalks; also in relation to depositing
offal, swill, or other offensive matter in the
streets, will be strictly enforced from and
lifter April 1, 1873 I.. II, Myhis,
April 3, IS';-. Chief ori'ollcp.
HEAL ESTATE FOK SALE.
1 will sell lot numbered 12 In block W, ttrel
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
house now standlngon sildlot wlllbe moved,
leaving a i;ood brick cellar, cistern and out-
houcs. For particulars cmpilro at my shop
on Twentieth street. WM. Ehlkks.
Caiiio, III., April 1, 173.
Wc have this day cntctcd Into a p'.rtncr
thln for the ntirposo of doln' a general com
mlsflon unit produco business. The .tylo ol
our firm will be Havl.t Linton.
E. F. Davis,
i-3-3t N. Lixton.
A . .nm, .,,. rill l-l'llltlTCI
S A regular conclave of Cairo Com-
maudcry, K. T., -N'o. 13, III be held at the
asylum .Monday evening. April 7, A. D.,
I&73. A. 0.75;. YUllliig sir nuigin uu
cordlallv Invited to attend.
,Utrs A. PiitLt.iB, ltceordcr.
ATlE-N llu.N, AltAJ
The ree-ular annual meeting ol tho com-
pauy, for election of others and gencul
buslncs. takes placo Monday uvcnlng
Every member ls requested to be In attend
ance. Members In arrears will please pre
pare tlicm-elvcs for scttli-mcut.
Tuoa. J. Kr.UTit, Secretary,
TO ALL WUO.M IT MAY C0NCEI1N
This is to certlly that I have this day
transfercd and told to Jol.u Smith all ac-
counts duo mo up to this date, for and In
what ldccningoodaud equivalent conldera
atlon, and that ald John Smith Is duly ami
lawfully entitled to col.ccl nil accounts due
me up to this date, this the 2d day ol April,
A. I). IS73. J A. KVNASTOX.
C uao. Illinois. AmII !!, 1S73. M-Ct
VALUA IJI.E PI'.OPEP.TV FOK SALE.
A 0001) BAItOAIN.
A very desirable summer residence, situ
ated in the town of Anna, Illinois, going bv
the uauic ot tho "i'arin property." The
boute has six large rooms, good cltern,
and sultablo out-house. This property l
now ottored lor lalo at a bargain. Term
cash. Apply to (". Schick, Anna, Ills.
Ortv N. M. Faki.v, Jllnklevllle, Ky.
TO llEAHDL'D MEN.
lam glad to bo able to anuouncc that 1
have io far recovered iny tieaitii an to lie
able to rosumo the management of my hhop,
My old cthtotnem will, therefore, understand
that In the future, at in tho past, that.irthey
desire dean, easy shaves, fadilouablo hair-
cutting, or any other scrvlco in my line, I
will be on hand to bestow upon them my
personal attention. My hop, as Is well
known, Is four door from the corner ot
Eighteenth fctrcct and Commercial avenue,
where I Invito myold mends and now custO'
mcrs to call and see me,
t-3-tf 0 cor. n IlitiNiNtt, Harbor.
Ever since the ondowmcnt of Juvenik hu
inauity with lingers atl tnes, tradition lias
transmitted to posterity tho entertaining
hlt"ry of five remarkable pigs, ; tho largest
of which frc'iuuntty pcrronneu ttio family
marketing; while the last nudlesttciieount
crcd an luunnountablo obstacle In tho barn
dror sill, against which he made vociferous
complaint. Tho striped pig has attained
renown as a rtiereuful evader of tho liquor
law. Mr, Bucket unfolds tho pathetic talc
of the pig whose untimely demise was caused
by excs-sslvo superfluity of cheek. And
the spotted pig has bcromo proverbial at a
typo ol beauty. Pig lead was formerly used
In the manufacture of paint; but tho rapidly
increasing popularity ol tho Averlll Client
leal Paint has nearly superceded the use o
H ad at n pigment. The A. 0. P., can be ob
talucd mixed, ready for use In all colors
from tl, K. Way A- Co., general commission
murclianb', Sixth street between Comtncr.
cUl and Washington avenues, 4-0-tf,
Mr. Anna Lang on Eiirhtlislrcot, between
Commercial and Washington avenue., has
Just opened out a tock of new and fashion
able millinery poods. She ha olio hundred
and fifty different .stylos of hats and bonnets,
beside n largo assortment ol ribbons, flow
ers and notions ol all torts, nil of which wll
be !old at tho lowest prices.
Ith'GlSTElt! HEalSTElt! I
It should not bo forgotton that Tuesday,
April 8, will be tho last day the registry
books will bo open; nml that all perons
who fall force that their names arc on the
registry list will, on election day. havo to
"swar In" their voles. Let every legal
voter sec that his name it on tho roll before
election day comes. 4-V2t
ClIAMUEIt OF COMMEltCE.
The following tales were reported :
Ten cars mixed corn, S nud 1, 4li5'13c;
9 cars whlto com, S and I), 17G10c; 2 cart
oats, jcV, delivered, 3.c: 1 car mixed
com, d.tndcc, delivered, 45c; 2 cars mixed
corn, burlaps, delivered, 41c; 1 car white
com, burlaps, delivered, 47c; 10 bales hay,
per ton.eit'j 300 bbl meal, f2; Si bbls
flour, various gradc, fVS;lo 50.
It Is del-able tlmt a fuil attendance ol the
members of tho Chamber of Commerce be
t recnt to-morrow morning, a ini'lno. ol
Impottancc will bo cnnldcrrd.
THE ELECTION YESTMtOAY.
At the election yesterday for the now
board of education, tho following gentlemen
were elected, receiving tbe number of voles
set opplsltc their names:
John 11. Philll, 313
W. P. llal.lday 31'.'
Oeorgo Fisher fii'J
F. Kornnevcr... . . '-'If
K. U Pac 'JIT
l. lluru U30
P. (!. Schuli 165
V. II. Morris PI
Scattering. 33 votes.
fhe new board will be composed of the
fob owing gentlemen: W. P. llalllday, J.
1). PMllli, Ocorge Fisher, F. Korsmcycr, E.
C. Pace and D. Ilurd. Tho election ped
off veiy quietly, and a light vote.
There will bo preaching nt the Christian
church tc-day nt tho uiual liourt, forenoon
and evening, by Elder J. W. Bradley.
Church, Eighteenth meet, between Wash
ington nvcntte tmd Walnut street.
Owing to the absence of Itcv. Fred. L.
Thompson, who is nt Mound City, conduct
ing tho regular quarterly conference, there
will bo no services In tho Methodists church
In tho morning. l!ev. D. L. Davl will con
duct the evening services.
The sacrament ol tho Lord' supper will
bo administered In tho Presbyterian church
to-day. The fourth lecture on the "eminent
women ot the Bible" will be delivered In the
evening by Kev. II. II. Thayer. Subject:
1IEWABE OF DOGs.
Of all the requirement the decent portion
of any community are called upon to obey,
none arc more difficult to comply with, and
reconcile, than the dcvlnn injunction to
"love thy neighbor ns thyself," an.l that
other equally lmparatlvc command ot o
clety: "l)vomc, lovo my dog." It Is a
tonlshing to note how thoroughly a person
who i po'icsed of a dog becomes pos
e;cd by tho brute, Tho proprietor of the
mangiest llea-riddcu, pug-nocd,bovv-leggcd,
lop-eared, sore-eyed Suarleyow In this city
Is, In his own estimation, the proud possessor
3f the nicest, liand.omeM, most valuable and
amadous "peclmcns of caulnlty extant.
Dogs In their proper places aro all well
enough, and In some instances very useful.
When viewed from the height of Mt. St.
Ilernard, tho banks ot Ncwfonudlaud, or the
highlands of Scotland, dogs can bo contem
plated with calm serenity, nml It they do
hark, bowel, yelp aud knurl, all right,
flic y disturb tho slumber of but few. But
any one who has been compelled to listen to
tho Internal din ot the numberless docs
which ot late have, by their united and un
ceasing baying ol tho moon rendered night
hideous, lalli to perceive what particular
ben--tit Is likely to ucciuu Irom havlrg on an
average three dogs to every dwelling In
Cairo. Such a number is not actually needed
lor the rapid transportation of tin kettles from
p tint to point, and we havo no other po-l-ulo
u for them. The number of dogs
possessed by any one Individual Is generally
a mathematically cotrect criterion of ald
Individuals hlilftlcsiiiess. Wherever it
paradise Is found for dogs and their human
associates, there Invariably exists a purga-
lory for women and horses W.bhakcspeaic
was matt. Ho would have all dogs kept
in tho Immediate vicinity of drugstores and
Joetor's offices, where his fumous proscrip
tion " throw phy.lc to tho dog" could be
regularly administered. What a blc.slng to
this community it would bo If our city lath-
rs would make and cnlorce tin ordinance
carrying Into effoct William's advice. For
ucli n law your petitioner will ever pray,
etc. Amen. D. 0. Oonit.
FLOAVJitW AT AUCTION,
ON MONDAY, APKIL 7, AT 10
O CLOCK A.M., AT
GUN SHOP, COKNEK OF TENTH
STKKKT AND COMMEKCIAL
a n.Mir. chance to rvKcn.vsu uaub
Mr. Pclorace, tlorlst will sell at auction,
Ills entire stock or plants, bulbs and shrubs,
consisting or strawberry dhrubs, lodo
deiidrums, nvvect olives, Chinese Jctnmlnes
iivcrreenes, and a large assortment or
tulips', pinks, UlUe.s, tulerosos audtholurg
est and most complcto variety ot choice
roses ever brought to this section or the
country. Mr. Pcloraeo brought his stock
direct from Franco, ''tho land or flowers.'
and lovers ot raro pUnts should not fall to
call on him to-day at John Kochlcr's cun
shop, corner of Tenth street and Comnier
elal avenue, or attend tho Bale on Monday,
Oakes, Magglo ,
Koboson, K. M.
Car mod v, Itrl J irot
Schovonoll, M M
OCKTLEMEH IS tlST,
Blai', Alex. O
Creek, J W
Cole, 11 J
union, n x,
1) U2hortv&Co.A J Fornn. SI A
Field, James Oalr I, Thomas
Iluntloy, O Vf
Harris, J B
Hogan, .1 M
Ji nes, S
Lee, M J
Philips, Dr. X W
Boss, J M
Hughes, John H
Lpprand, Charles E
Mathli, Alfred "
Barrett. P E
P.tlllec, A 11
Kice, E G
liogers, John C
Taylor, H B
"Wadsymar, Dr. A
Torrencc, O B
Ward. J K
I will otlcr for falo, on Monday, April 7,
at 10 o'doek it. in., nt John Kochlrr's gun
store, on Conunvruhil avenue, between
Moth aud Tenth streets
THE FIKESTCOLLKCTIOXOr PLANTS
Itrcrlvi-d Utroct trtn t'raurr,
Mr. P. Pellarci'. flowtr and Mirtib seller In
Purl and Versatile. France, ha thu honor
oflnforuilng the ladies and gentleman or this
city that he ha Just' arrived here.
wiiu ine most vaneu ami mot rpicnum
collection ol plants nud shrubs which
worn ever fi-en In Ca to. Daivllncs.
Kcododcndrutus, Pna, Arboren, new
Drutz.a, 1,050 new rose buhe, fruit trees.
pear trees, apple trees, cherry tree, plum
trees, vines, strawberry and goocberry
plants or various Kind, . ltower
nun, which ugtired at uiegrauu exposition,
etc. Prices very moderate.
N. B. Amateursi who tunv linuormn with
their confidence, will plea-c call nt Mr. John
Kiiiiicr, commercial nventio, ieiwcrii
Ninth ami Tenth Miecls.
Sale poltlv without rccrve.
Uate or St. Lout.
BOOK HIND Kit AND BLANK HOOK
M A Js' 1 7 F A CT U 1 1 E I . ,
Cornor Twellth street and Commercial Ave
I1LASK UOOiiS or every description done
u-llti nontnp nml ill.mtrll. All kind ol
ruling done at short notice. Bible, Music.
Magazines and Periodicals bound neat and
at the lowest poMtilc rate'.
County work, such as llccords, Docket
Fee Book. Blanka. etc., made n ipoclallty
l!oxe.. Pocket Books. Envelope, rta
adutnn-r 11-21 tl
SI lstC'ELllA VS.
UK AD QUARTERS FOR OIIOCF.IIIES
COrFEE. Bio, Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUfi.VK, N. O., Uurd & Soft Kenned.
.SYRUT.S.-.N5w Orleans nnd Eastern.
WE MAKV. HfKCIAMTIKS or
o j?t r,A c.YCf.v.Y.ir;
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer in
Limp:, Cemkst, Pi.astkb, Hair. Etc.
Xo.71 o tills l.est-b.
IS! 1 will sell In car load lots nt
tururs' price, adding freight.
IIYLAND & SAUEH,
AKD PRALCHS IN
CHOICE FREsSH MEATS
Corner 10th stroet and Commercial avenue
next door to the Ilyiand saloon.
lMOtf. OAlIiO, ILLS.
and nr..u.r.u in
Eighth Sthkst, Bktwekh Wabuikq'to
AdJolnloK Hl'lisnhonae and Ilnnssy'it
htop Vbo txst or UmI, Hoik, MuUob Veal.
Livnib, SuKd, eto nd aro preparpd jo srT
viii. vui iu vita mull wvcpiKUlo ITlkOuer,
Butchxh amu Dealm im all Ki.ipr o
COlUtKU NlNXTKNTIJ AND Pori.AU Sts.,
Iluvs and slaughters onlr the best cattle.
hogn aud sheep, and la prepared to till any
demand for fresh moats from one pound to
ieu iiiousiQu pounus. -
51 OUO IN ONE WEEK.
To any shrewd man who can do business
u me quiei, i guansiivou w iiuunmt for
tunes, easily, rapidly, and In perfect safetj.
.lyiur.j m periOCl cuuuuuuec,
West Fourth street, Mew York
CMMWIe AWB IMWAlBlBfl.
M K It 1 IS I
DEALERS h Ft Oiilt
Sril Autik .if
SHU) hlVS-h ANli H I VAVSSIS
9axt oo:Mri..-. XV T
70 Ohio J.kvck.
COFFEV, I'ACK k CO.
S K W A II IS 1 II
A N I)
FLOFK AND COIJNTKY PKODUOE
R. A. -JIINNINffHAM,
(iKNKItAL COMMISSION MRHCIIANI
AND DKALSR I.V
eca.it. oats, comix
AND MILL FEED.
MILLER & PARKER,
FOR VA KD I N O MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IN FLOUR. CORN
Oats, Hay, etc.,
AUKNTrs i-iir FAIBBANK'S SCALES
Ohio Lvoe. CA1UU. ILLINOIS.
J.'M. PHIJiLTPS fc CO.,
(rtaccsoors to K. h. Hrdrir Oo.i
Forwarding and OunmiHsiion
I.lt-jral Adriuconicul. i4 tf-Q
npon Consljrntri'jnts. Ci
Ar pr-ij-'l to rcceiTe, t,itu u l lurttsr l
frIsbt to kit points and nj sn.l
srll oa ccmmlwiiaa,
"Binlnsj iiion lnl to prnmptlr;
JOHN R. P1ILLIS &, SON,
(Su;cssors to John is. PhlUis,) M
DEALERS IN II AY, CORN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c,
Coa. TENTn-ST. akd OHIO LKVJ.
S. P. AYKK1.
E. .1. AYXR8
AYERS k CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MEROHANTt
No. 78 Ohio Levbt:, CAino, Ills.
PE T E R 0 U II L,
S; (so OUIO I.KVB.
WOOD RITTENHOUSK & BRO.
uneral Coinniitaion Merohanti
183 OHIO LIVKI,
WHOLES ALE.AND RETAIL
I JIIMMWlsTsWWIMi 1
I Hfnn i-tIH9 UiTrnlAl 'Hli O I
I r--1.TXvj-.iJ...-xi-vi ras.
Htk. boon Tbtforo tho American jrollio
OVTJP. TimtTY yoari. It ban never
?et failed to flro perfect eatbiartion, and
las justlj been atylcd tho panacea for nil
extern il Wounds, Cuts, liunu, Swclllnirs,
Sprains, Urnis, tfco Ac, for Man nnd
Scut. No family iboulil bo a jlnjlu day
Notlee Is hcrebv kIvcii that on Tuesday,
the lMh day ot April.- A. 1). 17::, a general
election will b hebl in the elty ol Cairo.
Aloxundcr county, 'late ut Illinois, lof the
seleetloti of the following nanicd iiumlclnal
otllctrs, to-vvit: A mayor, a city council, a
city clerk, a city attorney, .i city tresnrtr
and n pollcu iiiaislrate: bkcIi of the live ir,
wards Into wlih-h tho elty is now divided be
IliKentltl"! totbe tie' tbm of two (iij alder
men. Tor the purpose said election, polls
Will be opuued nt thu follow lna- named pi
ce, to-vvlt; In tho l'li-st vviird, nt tho com
mission house or K. 1'. Davis, on tho
south ride of Sixth (0) street, between Com
mercial and Waxliluxlon avenues; In thes-ec-ond
ward, at tho Rouuh and Itcndy enlnc
hotiso on the cast sldo or Washington nveuuo
b..tvvoon Seventh nnd Clzhth streets; In tha
Third ward, at tho Hibe rnian cnKlnc-hoiisu
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
avenuo and Poplar street, In tho lourth
ward, at the court-nouse, aim in iiioi niu
ward, at Mrs. Sullivan's. Iiouko on tbe north
west corner or Commercial nvenun and
jiy oruci oi mo ciiveuuutii.
M. J. flowLKV, City dork.
John M. Lanshem, Mayor.
Caiiio, Ills., March l'i, lB'tf-td
WARD A: ROBERTS,
1I,A1X A ur.COH VTIVK
Alo dealers In P:ilnt, OIN, OIas,
WALL PAPElt, KTO.
"Washington nventio nnd Eleventh otreet.
Tbo splenJIJ steimrr
Dick Fowled, Captain t
f n.i'A, Piitrrs TV AII.V- IVlinihrrTHAiitiiill n,
Sp.in For freight opasnRo apply on boat or
to Jab. 5i.vi.i.()UY, Ag't.
CAIRO CITY COAL
It tirBMd to sappls custd mei wit i lb
P1TTSBDR6 AND ILLINOIS
OIUIKKS left at llalllday llros. 01110077
onio lkvkb, or at the Coal Yard below tho
St. Ch&rlos Uotel, will receive prompt atten
tion. Tho Uo "Montauk" will bring coal
aomrslde to steamers at any hour.
74: OHIO LijV-EH
Corner Vvr,l, !,.(.. .....
"I ihuinols ami rabbit skin.
fr wi-ak lung..
At I1AROLAY IlKOH,
'ii .Miitr: Tiii:rAT,
Pn pnrpil nml Kold
T ll.VRCLAV 1IRO.S
' I JH'Infcctants lor Stable
At iIARULAY IIROS.
"Vlll .VO AMKltltA,
And ' L'nlvers-1 ftaniUnl."
At UAKOLAY BKOa.
without thU Liniment, Tlio money
funded unless tho "Liniment Is an ropre-'
wntei. Ho furo nnd pet tho ccnuino
MKXICAN MUSTANG LCvUIENT.
Sold by an DnjpKUt. and CounlrrBtorej,1
at C5c, Wo. and )1.00 per Bottle, Kelts
stylo, tho ol bottle. &c- '
A FEW AITIJ CATIONS 3I1KU A
Pure Blooming Complexion.
It Is rnrtly VfrtUblf, and tta operation la een
And felt at one. II iot iwy riUi thn Trtuitml
AplMtsnuiM caoud by Hft. Htliraf, ud l'jcll
soaoL IltI tudrciaomfniUoUbcaui riniij.
diipcllisg dark and natietiU j apoU. Drlrca w)
Tan, frtdlet. ud Bonboro. and br ila seclld but
povcrrol lsSoesca mactlei Ui Ikdad cbcik Tlth
TOUTEFUL BLOOM AVD BEAUTY.-
Sold hr ill CniZftttti and Fsocy Btorti. Iot,
W to lUce, Nsw Vork.
Cor. rcveiitli nml Poplar Hla.,
Inform, tho public that ho ban engaged tbe
services of a First-class Wagon Maker, and
also a Flint-class lloro Bhocr.and la ready
to m.inufaeturo uml repair all kinds f work
In this trado with neatness nnd dispatch,
NEW YORK STOaXE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAttaraT vakiett stock ih tuk cut
GOODS SOLD VKKYOLOSK.
Corner or HlaelCBll trMtaad Cons
a RU 0XKI2H,
OBI LlVM fjAttp, lu,