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CAIRO DA11Y BULLETIN, WEDKESDAY, APRIL 9, 1873
f DbllMtUa e, tletla Mlldls
LOCAL WEATHER REPOUT.
17. 8. BtO. BKH., OBSKKVKn'fi OPFICK. 1
Cairo, April 8, lsr.i, 10:11 p.m. J
Tswrssotaeter 42 degrees.
Wind Mrthwett. Telocity 11 miles per hour.
Maximum tempcraturo last SI hour, at
3 p. m., fiO degree.
Minimum temporaturc, laU 24 hours, at
0 . as., 40 degrees,
i'revallim; trim! last 21 hours, west.
Total number of miles wind travelled, lait
SI hoar, 210.
Total ralnlall lutSI hours, 1.01 luches.
David V Harnktt. Observer.
"tVo.&ro authorized to annouueu Dr. Wil
liam It. Smith at n candidate Tor mayor at
tlio ensuing municipal election.
We aro authorized to announce .James
S. Sirayno ri a Candida' c for mayor at the
approaching municipal election.
rOIt CITY ATTORNEY.
Wo aro authorized to announce II. Wat
ton Webb as a candidate Tor tlio office of
city attorney at tb o approaching municipal
ron cirr tiikaduhch.
We aro authorized to announce Mr. James
A. Fbllllt a candldito for tbc oflico of city
treasurer, at tbe ensuing municipal election.
We arc authorized to announce that Hob't
A. Cunningham will ho a raudldato fer re
election to the offlco of city treasurer, at the
ensuing municipal election,
roil CITY CLERK.
Wc are authorized to announce Michael
J. Ilowley oj a candidate tor re-election for
tbo office of city cleric, nt the einuln? mu
TQK FOLICi: MAGISTRATE.
We are autborlzcilto announce Mr. .lames
Sutnracrvrell as a candidate for the offlcc ot
police magistrate at tho ensuing munlclpM
Wo re authorlzs.t to announce tho namo
office of police magistrate nt the ensuing
Wo are authorized to announce Mr. James
Ryau a candidate for the office of police
raaglstrats nt tho ensuing municipal elec
tion. Wc are authorized to announce William
V. Pitcher oj a candtdato for the offlco ol
police magistrate, nt the en'ulng municipal
VfiLLOW-CtTIZCN'J ok O.uito : 1 am a
candlda'o '.or re-election to the offlco of po
lice magistrate. Tour years ago I did not
believe It was posstblo I'should live to ask
office again nt your hands, but having In a
treat measure recovered my health, and
needing tho lucome tho position ntTurdi, I
again appear before you In the capacity ol a
candidate, and respectfully solicit your gen
erous support II, SllANNESSV.
I On ALDBUMKX.
Wo aro authorized to announce D. J.
Foley no a candidate for Alderman lu the
Wo arc authorized to announce .1. It. Cun
nlugbatu as a candidate for alderman In the
Wo are authorized to announce the namo
of Chat. 0. 1'utlcr as a candidate for alder
man fronr the Fourth (4) ward, nt the onsu
ing municipal election.
lly authority we announco that M. J. Mc
Qaulcy will bo a candidate for alderman
from tho Fourth ward at tho approaching
Fifty thousand envelopes )ut received at
the ItULLUTts office . tt
Envelopes furnished aud printed nt tho
11CLLETI.V Omen at 93 to t0 per thousand
F. M. Ward Is now ,i cparcd to deliver the
best of awcd and split hickory wood to any
part of tho city. Also nil Ulii ltof wood aud
coal always on hand. 3-2S tf.
A resolution passed the council on Mon
day evening directing tho ordinance com
mittee to draft an ordinance croatlng tho of-
lice of city engineer.
An ordluanco appropriating 8103 to the
Delta, City Flro company to nld In tho pur
chase of au alarm bell, passed a llrst reading
In tbc council on Monday evening.
Tbe place to buy wall paper mid window
shades Is .No. 2 Sixth street, opposite Win.
tcr'a block, where you can buy cheaper
than any place lu the city. JI. Adli:. If
The council hat Instructed tho city at.
torncy to cmp'.oy additional counsel in tho
suit of Alexander Allen agalmt tho city of
Cairo. Allen sues the city for damages sut
tilned by falling through the eldcnalk.
John Fitzgerald went on a spree, and fall
ing into tho hands ofLahun, was taken be
fore Judge Sbanncssr, A fine of two dollars
was assessed against him. lie asked "time,"
smd was given uutll Saturday to pay up.
Wo, Walklns aud Kdwurd Morrison, both
being drunk aud disorderly wcru each
charged five dollar and the trimmings,
Wnlklus paid, but Morrison, icing out ot
cash, was sent to the calaboose ftr six days.
Owing the delay lu the repairs now being
aide on tbc machinery in Tin: Uullktin
office, wo are compelled to defer tho tiubll.
cation ol tbo proceedings of the meet
ing of the council, held on Monday
evening, until to-morrow mowing
It Is n fact that Las been noticed by aV
most every resident ot this city, that ten
chances to ono, on dark, dreary nnd rainy
nights tbe street lamps svill not bo lighted,
May wo ask: why Is this thus? Will the
gentle Ucrculd gio no light on the subject f
Ju January la.t Messrs. Linton A: Orr took
out w barfboat license, for which they pu(d
tbe city ti JO. The firm continued In tbe
wharlboat business only two lnontht, when
Uiey dlsolved partncrblp and told out to
other parties. At tho last meeting ol the
council, Messrs. L. & O, presented n petition
Mttlez forth tbc abovo facts, and asking tho
(f..u..ll Ml.iml i, n.nn.l I -1 .
VTik "---- SSMMT Dald lu. Tha council rc
i ntM TO tfTSMSisse irqiieu oi ine petitioners,
A'Mwkswbuig. corner or Washington
sMssiis swsd Fsrtentb street, has engaged
"fw imimlf'ta experienced baker, and
SMWIIhSW OSSSSSM boiiui. urou mm
sJsWcmisitastsM wtxff Ut UW city, ramuies
mUmuHritf&mkaI .quantity desired
. , . V-VLv-i.;.,!, '..i.i.' .vi.i unti,
TAU.m'111 uu norvr cukp. mwvimv uu
-TTTIfT T-rL . ' i'l-
nMfi MisTMa.' mm., nr. uuiudecvucii stct
InarWWdWI Wfl or ituniicnuurf , anu
A (tabbing affray.occurred In an up-town
saloon on Monday evening. Richard Jen
nings was stabbed lu tho back by a, man
named Quliin. So far wo have been unable
to learn the catiso of the (juarrol which re
sulted In the stabbing. Jcnnlng's wound,
though serious, Is not necessarily fatal.
Tlio funeral ol Laura Moore, which was
to bavo taken place yesterday, was post
poned on account ol tho unfavorable
weather, until tho tame hour to-day, when
It will tako place from tho residence of her
mother, on Commercial ovenuo between
Ninth and Tenth streets. Tho younj friends
of the deceased aro Invltod to nttenil.
Died Alirll 7. nt O o'clock, tun.. I.-nm
Allen Moore, nt-pit l!i vein, niter n ii'ilnhil
illncisof flvo weeks duration. The lunoral
will take placo this (Wednesday) afternoon
at 2 o'clock by tho regular nftcrnooti train.
This Is ono of our number,
A youth lu early bloom.
Who was called away bv Death,
From earth to soon.
Miss Mooro Was for mauv vears :i member
of tho Thirteenth street nubile school, and a
regular attendant of the M. 1.'. Sabbath
scnool. sue was lovcu ami respected by
both scholars and teacher.
Lot A gold hoop ear-ring. The aboc
reward will bo paid to tbo person leaving
tbo .ring at my livery Mable, Tenth street,
Cairo, Illinois I). F. Fn:u.
.V pleasant, cheerful room, situated ou
Seventh street between Walnut street and
Commcrct.il avenue, to bo used ns n sitting
and sleeping room. Apply to
a. F. jJonxsiDi:,
Uf C. and V. railroad olUce.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
1 Will cell lot IlllmlirlViI 12 In MnM: .III. tlr.t
addition, fronting on Twentieth street. My
nousc now siaiullugon nldlotwlllbc moved,
leaving n nood brick cellar, cistern and out-
houses. For particulars enquire at my shop
on Twentieth street. WM. Etil.int.8.
CAIItO, IIU., April 1, 1873.
We have this day entered Into a partner
ship for tbo pu'rposo of doing n general com
mission and produce business. The stylo ol
our llrra will bo Davis & Linton.
C. F. Davis,
l-3-.it N. Linton.
Mrs.-Anua Lang on Eighth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
just opened out a stock of new nnd fashion.
ablo millinery goods. Sbo has ono hundred
and fifty different stylesof huts nnd bonnet.,
beside n largo assortment ot ribbons, flow
ers nnd notions ol all sorts, nil of which wll
be sold at the lowest prices.
Notice is hereby given, warning nit prr-
mhis against purchasing a note given by me
to James Itos for three hundred dollar.,
($300) and endorsed by L. W. Stllwcll, the
samo dated March 31, 1873, ami ma Jo
payable ten day after date. Payment will
bo misted, because the consideration for
which said note was given has fulled.
Cur.o, Ills., April H.1S73.
TO ALL'WIIOM IT MAY CONCKItN.
This is to certify that I havo this day
transferee! and sold to John Smith nil ac
counts due me up to this date, for nnd lu
what I deem a good nnd equivalent cuu;idcra-
atlon, and that said John Smith Is duly and
lawfully entitled to collect nil accounts due
me up to this date, this tlio 2d day of April,
. D. 1873. J AS. K YNA8TOX.
Caiuo, Illinois, April 2, 1873. 1-3-f.t
VALUABLE PIIOPEUTY FOB SALE.
A GOOD BARGAIN.
A very deslrablo summer residence, situ
ated In tho town of Anna, Illinois, golug by
tho namo of tho "Farin property." Tlio
houio lias six largo rooms good cistern,
and suitable out-liouscs. This property Is
now offered lor s.ilo at a bargain. Tonus
cash. Apply to C. Schick, Anna, Ilk
Or to N. M. F.UUN, Hlnklcvllle, Ky.
TO BEARDED MEN.
1 urn glad to bo nblc to announco that I
havo so fur recovered my health ns to be
able to resume the management of my shop,
My old customers will, therefore, understand
that In tho futuic, as In the past, that, lfthey
dcttro clcau, easy shaves, fashionable hair
cutting, or any other service In my lino, 1
will bo on band to bestow upon them my
per.on&l attention. My shop, as is well
known, Is four doort from the corner of
Eighteenth street aud Commercial useuue,
whero I Invito iny old lricnds and nc w cutO'
men to call and tec mo.
l-3-tf acouanItKi.si.su, Barber.
THE ENGLISH WASHER AND CUL'RN.
Mr. tngllsb is still In our city showing
the great superiority of his wahcr aud
churn. Considerable success so far lias at'
tended bis efforts In tbc sals ot tho machines
aud rlg'.ts to territory. But lew things, If
any can be m.icli more desirable to families
than a succensfut washing machine and-n
pcrfeclchurn, and from tho opinions of tboso
who have wstnessed bis demonstrations we
can but believe they arc a great success, and
merit the confidence ol all. Ho will tako hi
machines to any family that may so desire
or t'uey may test them thoroughly by calling
to-day at tho Arlington house, corner ol
Commercial avenue and Seventh street, llo
will remain only three day longer. Wc ad
vise all interested to givo them n trial.
Evcrflnco tho endowment of juvcnllo lm
inanity with lingers mxl toes, tradition hss
transmuted to posterity tbo entertaining
histury of flvo rcmarkablo pigs ; tho largest
of which frequently performed tho family
markvtlng; while tho last andleastcucount
cred an Intuunountable obstacle In tho barn
df or sill, against which bo inado voclferou
complaint. The striped pig has attained
ronown as a successful evader of the liquor
law. Mr. Bucket unfolds the pathctla talo
of tbe pig whose untimely demise was cam od
by excessive superfluity ,of check, And
the spotted pig has become proverbial asn
typo ol beauty. Pig Iad was formerly used
lu tbe manufacture of paint; but the rapidly
lucreaslng popularity ol tho Averlll Chcm
leal Paint lias nearly superceded tho uso of
lead as a pigment. The A. C. P., can be ob
ulued mixed, ready for uso In ill colors,
'from N, E, Way & Co,, general commission
merchants. Sixth street between Commer
I cU and Washington avenues. 4-C-tf.
Mn. Editor : Will you favor us wltlm
small space In Tnn BtrLt.r.TtN, that 1 may
call the nttcutlou of tho citizens to $01110
bills that arc In circulation, tho purport of
which arc a grand gift show at School's hall,
April 9th, 10th and llth, tho last night will
conclude with a ball, half tho proceeds for
tbo benefit of tho A, M. E. church. Pro
prietors, P. Macallstcr, N. Bullet.
Wc havo no doubt but what the Intention
of tlio gentlemen was good, ns to helping
the church, but they struck tho wrong note,
the A. M. E. cuhrcli don't encourage balls.
So the statement Is incorrect, and 1 do hope
that 110 ono will nttach tho name ot tun
church of God to anything llko that ngalii.
A i-iirfon of our city almost immortalized
himself last Sunday evening, lly hU glow
lug description of tho lrtuous ancient fe
male who o namo stands nbovc, Sho was
held up a ngodly example lor others to fol
low. Whllu Mr. Stanton. Miss Dickinson
and ijulto a number o( others wcro de
nounced as mere modern literary women,
very much degenerated. If either of tho
l itter, or any other woman of modern de
generacy, should do ns tlio "pious'' Ruth
did, lz : Sleep 011 a threshing floor with n
drunken man, Mealing In alter d.nk nnd out
again before day, how would tho Christian
world look upon such nn act? Rend Ruth,
third chapter. Bo.iz.
Curto, Aprils, 1S73.
Judge Bross of this city, who is grand
ma'terof the Odd Fellows ol tho Mato of Illi
nois, has gono to Cnleago on btislucis con
nected with tho order, llo will bo absent
for n week or ten day,
J. R. Doollttlc, Jr., of Chicago, and sou of
Ex-United States Senator Doollttlo of Wis
consin, wa lu the city yesterday nnd tbo
day before, llo was the guest ol Mr. A. B.
Mr. Charles W. Iteardcn cf Otitncy, Illi
nois, 11 brother of our fellow-towiisman, Col.
da. S. Reunion. Is now 111 tho city, ahd will
spend a few days with hU friends here. Mr.
It. Is tho general agent for 'Tho Pnirie
Farmer,' of Chicago, which, by tho way, Is
one of tlio best, If not tit best, ngrlciillur.il
paper published in tbo United States.
Below wo publish n card from Mr. Phil.
Howard, declining to becomo 11 cnudidato
for the utiles of mayor at tho approaching
city election, Mr, Howard, hid ho con
cluded to enter tl(p 11 Id ns a raiidldate,
wouiu nave nttractcd to him tlio earnest
support of many influential citizens, and
given his opponents a "hard brush" to beat
Raving been solicited by a great mauy
friends to become a candldato for tho mavor-
ally of tho city, upon maluro reflection I
lliul 1 could not givo that attnitlon to tho
ofllcc, which It Is necessary should bo ill
voted to tho city's Interests. 1, therefor,
decline being a candidate, and nt tho same
tlmo return my sincere thanks to nil tboso
friends who wcro willing to givo mo their
support, hoping some day that my business
will be such that I can serve them ns 11 pub
He officer, 1 am yours with respect,
P11I1.. How Aim.
CHAMBER OF COM.MElJCE.
Tho atlcudanco on 'Change yesterday
morning, was, considering tho disagreeable
condition of the weather, very good. Tho
sales.howcvcr, wcro not so brisk ns on form
At tho rouclushn of tho sales tho prcI
dent, D. llttrd, called the Chamber to order,
when on motion, the committee on corre
spondence with tho Memphis Packet com
pany was continued.
Tho motion adopted yesterdav, appoint-
iuga committee of three to correspond with
steamboat companies to secure n Jlno from
hero to Natchez, was rc-cousidcrcd, and tho
matter was loft with tho board of directors.
A communication was received from Mr.
Smith, the general agont of the associated
press, in reply to n com
munication from the commit
tee appointed to correspond with him In
regard to securing the tranmlslon of ipio-
tailous by telegraph In tho regular dis
patches, In which Mr. Smith declines to re
ech o them on tho ground that Cairo Is not a
rullns market, and statins that the oxiiciho
lor transmitting them would bo 0110 thou
sand dollar" per nmium. The committer, af
ter somo dUcu'iton, was Instructed to corro-
spond with tho leading newspapers In- the
West, nnd sccura thlr Influence lu l.ivor of
this proposition, niter which tin- Clumber
The sales wcro n follows; Oliu car mlxsd
corn, del, 10cj 8 cars mixed corn, burlaps
del, Ha; 2 cars white corn, dimdces, 17c;
S00 sacks mixed corn, dundecs, 4.c 2 cars
mixed oat, Mc: 10 bbls ... winter
wheat flour, $7 25.
Tho question as to whether It is right to
tako tbo 11 fo of a fellow human being, in
caso of rnurdQ,r( nss for several years ogt
tatcd tho minds of many ol our pbllan
turopisti, una n lew wccks ago
was discussed in una of our olty
pulpits. 1 propoio to offer a few questions
for tho consideration of tho frluhds of ibis
relic of barbarism. Man's laws aro pro
sumcd to bo biied upuu moral law in
God's law, and this Is truo In so fur ns man
understands God's law. But It is, in my
opinion, a vory unwarrantable wiumpllon
to cuppOM that men from two to four
thousand years ago fully comprehended
God's laws, und thereforo itji unpbllo.
sopblo and unwlio to malto that book cf
many faiths, tho Bible, n standard of
moral justice, and more inconsl ts it to in
terpret ono portion In ono way, nnd an
other portion .in another way, merely to
suit our notions. "Thou shall not kill," Is
an unqalllfled command, nnd 1 think
should bo obeyed. "Ho that shcddvth
man's blooJ by mnn shall till blood bo
shod," Impltos rovtnge, and says runder
murder for murder. But Jean says do
unto othors as jo would that others shouli
do unto you, return good for evil,
etc. Xsow in caso of tlio murderur
shall wc obey tho revengeful
Mot'if, or tho inosk and lowly Jusus,
Tho world has tried Moses' modo of pun
ishment during tho ages past ard found
it a lamantablo failure, und tho crlmo tf
murdor ii 10 frequently committed in this,
tho noonday of tho nlnotorntti con tury, u
to bo shocking to all gooi citizens, There
fore wo think it high tlmo to try sonm
otbur provontlve of this fiendish crime.
When hanging was tho penally for steal
ing, theft was ns prevalent as now and
even moro 10; wo thereforo concludo that
morals are not Improved by tbo sevorlty
of the punishment or penalty, and wn
fitrtbormoro bollovo that It l God's prov
ince to punlili and man's lo protect blm
silf. Now so long ob man 11 induced to lifl
llovo that ho can escape, or In any way
get nbsolutlots from tho conacquonccs of
his deeds, fcn will contlnuo to commit
crimes, becAusp thu bollof destroy.) tho
grand motlvo of right doing, as ho can
thus obtain happiness without merit.
But when ho bas learned that ho must
surely trsy tho penalty of cvory mls-
deod, lio will naturally conclude, lif.v-
Ing learned In tho, dear ohool of exper
ience, Ui it it lis, best ts itlwitvK do rlhi.
Htiw nbmrd lnnppoi0 thnt nny dt uf
men, clthrr priests or tiny othot clt-, can
iilfltioiicc tho OoJ ol l.envjti.and t'.' tcby
Induoa blm to vtblnto tbo dcmlils .)f Jus
tico by forgiving the inurdarcr. And If
GoJ has forgiven blm what right linvo wo
As God would surely no, forglvo 11 man
that has murder yet in his liu.ut, only
waiting an oportunity to manifest itself,
thereforo If wo lung 11 God-forgivon man
it must bo only for tbo gratification of
rovctigo, an, I can it bo that Christians
Uillonu unollier for the sukfl of revciiga?
But, sy our revongu gutitlomcn, our
fallible Us nro bi-o-l ujnti tho Ictnltlblo
laws of God, nnd they nlo tell ustoiml
tato ns far u vu can God, nd tborcforo
if God u-in npd dous forgivo violations of
lm inlulllhlo laws, should not we, In Imi
tation, fiirglre the violation of our falliblo
Mnnhind wilt Iwiru I li.il tliw Idea if
pardon for sins committed is n delusloi
nnd this seape-e.it will break down when
they must nbed it, Mid ihereloro wo tuy
always net as though you knew that you
mint reap wlu'. you I'jw,
If God could or would forglvo the yllo
murderor, (tho orthodox havo no purga
tory,) 1 fiendish murderer after ho bus
sent samo toul to evnrlH-tlng hull, can
hlmsvlf thus takft n si orl lino to hmiven.
Awny with such absurd teaching, for
God's laws aro flxoJ and unchutii.'nble, und
tho penalty 'ul iliuir violation Is .Hire to
follow, tho ploadiug of tho priests to con
And it seems imprudent in tha oyei of
reverent ro.non lor thorn to suppesetbut
tboy can co.vx God to vloluto his Uxed und
'Wo beliuvo that solitary confinement
would bo mora protective to socluty, nnd
this is n punishment for which wu could
maiio some ntonumant In caso of error on
tho part of the Judgo and jury .But whn
ihu great nnd good Lincoln was murdorod
tlio preachers told us tn.tt It Was tho will
of GoJ that this good insfi should bo thus
removed from earth, nnd yf t our govern
ment hung n woman and shot tbo muti
Booth for thus doing God's work, that' is
for bring God's eipeuhl agents for Killing
Lincoln, Now, if God sees ill to use men
Instead of typhoid, fuvcr or snuill-Mix
should It not ba left with him to sotilo tho
account with thoso bis ctpccial ngimts ?
It recms as though it would ba moro con
sistent to make theso especially God ap
pointed ngoat.t prominent pillars In thu
Now I with to in!: my orthodox friends
that if "man know that God's laws
wore Irrevocable and so their violations
unforgivable, would it not a thotuand
timos moro deter him from from' tbo com
mission of all crimes than for him to bo-
llovo that ho can Ignoratitly or willfully
Tiolato theio laws oven to tha commission
of that most lmitous crime, murder,
nnd thereby repenting and caruostly call
ing upon Jesus bo forglvon nnd taken di
rectly to hcixvon? This to us Is Indeed a
mot absurd fallacy. Mnn must learn in
tho dear school of experience, that for ev
ory violation of God's laws ho will bo
brought 10 judgment, r.nd in evory caso ho
will hn7u to pay tho penalty In full, ns
pardon ix impossible, for Gcd surely sides
with the right, and he is honeitnnd sound
at heart, lu 1 bis laws must thereforo lo
full of integrity, nnd so cannot bo violated
witn Impunity ; and believing thus man
will havo itp most powerful, incontivo to
msko bims'ilf acquainted with tho moral
laws, and hopplum cannot bo obtained by
auy shirking yroxy or by putting our ems
upon tho lunuttir.t. It 11 fallacious to sup
poio tbut wo cVj stall: Into henven attired
In a borrowed moral dress, ns n jackass
will be known by his votco and mien,
though droned In a lion's shin, lut in
order lo gain admittance ol heaven's gtto
wo must- absolutely own good moral
I hnvo thus burrl&dlj thrown out a few
ideas and hopo tlmy may call out a rc
UYLAND Si SAUKIt,
ANU bZlC.V.S IU
CHOICE j?R3i5H lEATS
Oiruer 10th street and Commercial avenue
next door to the ilvlunil saloou,
ll-lOtf. CAIRO, ILLS.
AND DULER IN
F HE Sit MEAT,
III HITII HrilKBT, IlETWCEK VfABHIHUTOA
Ailjdlnlnu UI'leiiliiiiiiKi uiul IIiiIIiij'm
llwip the Oevt or fleet, 1'crU, Mutiou Vrul,
l.tmtr, Su.ne, iio 'oil ro prepare! to strte
cititn la tho mnn aooptutilu mmmr.
lk'fCltEH AMI DEALKH UI ALU KtKDB OI
I'll US II MCATB,
t'OIUN'KU NlNKTKNTII ANH I'01'I.An fjTS.,
Buys und slatigbtci-s only tho best cuttle ,
hogs and snoop, and Is rcparod to fill any
demand for fresh m rati fro
tn thousand pounds,
AT II 13 NE U Ml
Re-appcarauco oi Colro's Favorite the
(taeeii oT Comedy mil Melody "
SUPERB COMEDY COMPANY
Thursday cvonlng, April 10, isi;i,
'TIIK OLD CUItlOSlTY SHOP,
Tiio pidnt dual chanictcr cl
LlltlpNcIl 1 .. ..
The Marchioness j 4 ik 11 rNAM
in hcrrxqulslto songs, dances, and hrr ur
rivalled banjo solos
Fiidny Evening tlic ScnsullotiHl i)i'.mia m
' SANS SOUCl."
Hul lu In Til tut Uro.it Clisrni'l' 11.
Eirchatigo of BUI every night.
I!ccrscd scats at Il iitni in'.
Uraml Mitllusti miivdny nt u o cl Ii,
Adimslon to Matinee 50 cents.
i't-'l Chlldicn 55 ccuts.
IJU.SIrtNIIN ANtl t'OllWAUIIlNO.
G ION ji HAL AGENTS !
PUHU'AUDIKU Ajjo UOMMISSION .
Y. II U II A N Th.
DEALERS IK PI-OUK ;
An-t Agflts c:
Mi Ohk) Levkh,
COFFEY, PACE & CO.,
r it w AI101.Y11
A ! D
FLOUR AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
It. A. CUNNINGHAM,
GKKEHAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
I AND HEAI.KK I.V
i3:jrx:, oats, gobm
AND MILL FEED.
CAIRO, - - - ILLINOIS
DKAl.Klia IN TL0U1S, CORN
Oata, Hay, etc.,
AGE;,'TO you FAIRBANK'S SOALE8
Ohio I.evoo. OAIRO. ILLINOIS.
j. m. rniLLiPs &, co.,
Irt'iPCfssors to n, II. IUnirlcs A (J0.1
Forwarding and Commission
tVSa. Liberal Adranccracuts inacle aTil
VfSr upoa CouslKomoats. 3X
Aro prepared to receirs, storo xcd torwurd
freiglitc to l points nnd buy sr,d
atll on oommlasion,
Krnuslnss ml(ini1(M to prnmpUr;
JOHN II. P11LL1S & SON,
Itiuccoiioxa to John It. 1'tilllii,)
DKALHIta IN HAY, COUN, OAT
Flour, Meal, Bran, &c.,
t'on. TENT11-8T. ami OHIO I.V VI
CAino, 1 M..
WOOD UlTTENOOUSK & BUO.
cncrnl CommiFflion Mcrchnnts
183 OHIO LEVIS,
ri' - wm
lO I I.S,
D RU G sSSJ
sHWincinn Bl ,m
Hu.-. bcrn lfn-o tho Air. rican r'io
OYZU TJJIRTi- yean. I. l.-i t -yti
f-ilcl to givo jonec. salL-.'.i, . ,1, nd
Las justly been style J tho paaac a f r all
cito.nal AYouads, Outs, Bums, 8 welling,
Spraliu, Brulsw, &c., &.O., for Han ami
lSajit. Ko family should bo a tinglo day
S'otleo Is hereby clven that on Tueda),
the l.'ith day ot April. A. D. 187.1, a peneral
election will bo held In tho city ot Cairo,
Alexander tnunty, litate of IHI110K lot the ,
selection of the following named iminlritul .
ofllccr-, to-wit: A mayor, a rlty council, n
city olcrli, a city attorney, n city trosttrcr
ami a jiollco maxMrate: cat h of tbo live (.'
wards into whicli tho city is now divided be
In,? entitled to tho election of two (2) nl !cr
uicn. Tor tho iiurposi s of sml cik( lion, noi, i
mil bo opened nt tlm followluii named jda
ces, to-wit: In tho I'lrst ward, at tho coin-
mission house of E.l". Davis, Esq., on tho "
south Mdo of Sixth (i) street, between Com- 1
inerclal and Wahlnston uvenui's; lu the.Kee- 1
ond ward, at tho Routfh and Ready cuglnc-
houso on the cat side of Wfishington avenue 1
iietwccu ecvcntn anu r.igutii streets; in 1110
Third ward, at tho Hibernian cnt;iue-hotno
on Thirteenth street between Commercial
uvcnuu and Poplar street; lu tbo I'ourth
ward, at tho court-bouse, and lu thu Fifth
ward, ut Mrs. Sullivan's liminj on tho north
wctt corner of Commercial avenue and
By order of the cltv council,
M. .1. IIoivi.ey, Cltv cler'R.
.Ions M. Lassdkn, Mavor.
Caiuo, UN., March VI. 16;Md
WAI!i) fi IIODKIITS,
I'APKIt II.VXOI.NO A- r.WX I'aINTIXO
Also dealer. In I'alnts, Oils, Glass,
WALL PAl'Eli, ETC.
Washluglon a;cnuo and Elovcnth street.
OAIHO AND PADUOAH
ft'.o spttndld dtenn'r
Dick Fowlui, Cuptitin
Loavos Cairo DAILY, (Sundayoxcoptod) nt
ap.m For Irolghtupassuiro apply cm boat or
10 o A3, J1ALI.UUV, A ,
OAIRO 01 T ; COAL
COMP.A ' . .
Is H't''iri in uwIt cuila rit 1 Hi
PITTSBURG AND ILLINOIS
St, Charlos Hotel, vrtll rcoelvo prompt attcu-
uon, s no i.n "aiomtaur" wm onng xo'
kosjldt to ttvuasti t any hour,
7-3 0.-EilO Llu-V-!3J
aud Ek-blh stiect.
I imMs ami mbl.ii
tir Weak lunps.
. 1! (SCLAV BROS
llt OltH THROAT,
"i-parp.l nmi ,01,1
"i B'VUOLAV BRO.s
' A'lTM'l MKDlCliNE-
u 1 IM-lnfectaiits forf-lablr'
Vt HARULAY IlROS
Ar l t'i!eral St.ui I r
At BARCLAY BRO.s
!vIhout this Lfnim'-if. Tio money o
funkl nnk'5 tbo lnltani ii ts rcprc-fconf-'l,
JJo mm nnd net tho cenulso
jiisxica:; mustako ltklment.'
Bold by all Dnipsistsnnd Country Stores,1
at 23a, COo. and CLOO per Bo'.Uf, ITotlw
style, elzo of bottle. &c.r " '" 1
A FKtV ATPLICATIOK-l MAKT, A
Puro Blooming Comploxion.
It Is rurcly Vsjttsblf, and It operation listen
And frit at once. II doos iwty with the i'luthml
Appearance canted by Hut, lalltrur. snd Kxeif
meat. Htsla audremafmalllilotchtssn 1'lnip Ii
dispelling dirk and uoatfjlilly spots. Ilrlnnawa?
Tan, I rtcxlf a, and Bansurn, aiid by Its ccntlo ' ,
power fat influence raimka tte ladod cnttk t.-,'"
YOUTHTUL BLOOM AKD BEAUTY.
Bold by all UrujpUta nnd Tincr Storts. iwi -R)
yark i'laco. hw York. ' '
NKW YORK bTOilU,
WHOLES ALU AND ItETAIL.
LAltOMT VAUtVTy STOCK IN THE CITT
OOODS SOLD VERY OLOSK.
Coriii'r or rluolooatli Hlrlnua Com
P.O. I' ATI EH
" r i:.'cviuli uiul rpliir hlH.t
Informs tho pnl.llo that lio has engaged the
services of a l'rat-clas Waxon Maker, uiul
Immi 1'lrst-elai.s Hore Shoer.and Is rem y
lo manufacture nnd repair Jill kinds of work
n this trado.wltli uo-itncsH und dispatch,
IMS AT HTOHKN. "
BAM W I Is OK,
i BOAT STOIriBQ !
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IMtOVISIOWB K V C.
paw Jibv Oawo, In.
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