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f aMseevtlot Ofllee, Bulletin UalMlna
LOCAL tTATIIER ItEPOKT. -
U. S. Sio. Sin., onsKi.vrn'fl orriCE. )
Caiho, April 10, 1873, 10:11 p.m. J
Thermometer 63 degrees.
Wind southeast, velocity 11 tnllcipcrliour
Maximum tsmpcrature lut 24 hours, nt
t P. m ,05 decrees.
Minimum tftntlrMtlirf . I Hit 24 llOtlfl, St
b . m., 41 degrees.
Irvalllnir wind Ust 24 hours, southeast.
Total number of utiles wind travelled, lal
U hours, 1C3.
David Vv. Harnett. Observer.
rort ma von.
tVe are authvrUod to announeo Dr. VVll
llitn 11. Smith us acamliJtlo Tor uuyur nt
the catuliv municipal electlou.
W't uw iiithariii l to ;miimnce Jamcr
5. S.vayne ua u cuUMa o lor miyur at tin
approaching mu'dclpal election.
ron city atioiinkv.
Wc are authorized to uiitiouucn II. VVnt
ion Webb as a caiiilld.ua fur 'the oflleo ol
city attorney at the approaching municipal
ran cirv TitEAsuitcit.
We mi auttiorlzcdto nnuaunue Mr. James
A. I'hlllls a candidate for the olUcc or tit
treasurer, at the ensuing municipal election
We are authorized to announce that Rob'i
A. Cuuulni;lura will be a raudidate for n
electlou to the ottlee of city treasurer, at th
CQsuhio- uiuulcljul electlou,
roit cirv ci.ciik.
Wc are lUthorlr-ed to umiuunee Michael
J. Llovrley at a cauilidate lor rw-clccituii foi
tacuiUceot cityeleK, at the ensuing mu
FEtxow-CiTiznxs of OAtno: 1 om a
candidate for dccilou to the olUco of cllv
clerk, subject to your will, expressed
through the ballot-box on Tuesday nvxt.
Yours, respectfully, CAjrtu Yot. '
VOU 1'.,LICB MAOlatUXTF..
Wc are authorized to nunounco Jlr. .lame
Sumnn-ni'ell ai a candidate for the oltlce ol
pollca mal.trats at the cnjulni,' mauikipil
We are authorize to announce tlio name
of OMrlcMeuu!r,q., as candidate (ar tue
oiflwO or pa.lco iiaa-i,traie at the cuaulujj
We are authorized to announce Mr. .Tame.
Ryan acaudldate lor the oilicc of police
inaniratj at the cusulus munlcijul elec
tlou. "Wc are authorized to announce YViUtaiu
F. I'licher as a caudldata for the otilce oi
pjlico mimraie, ut the ensuing municipal
I'ULio.V'CiTtzBSS or Cum : I am a
eaudida e .or re-cleetioa to law utflce of po.
lice magistrate. Koiiryeau ajo 1 tlld uui
belieVd It Was pussluld 1 sUouid lUu to u.k
ulllce uiaiuut )uur luiuls, out bavin,; In u
great measure recovered iny health, uuu
licoduj.' tuu Uicjuju the pa.uloii aUords, 1
syaiu appear beiuro yoa l.i tue ir pauny oi ,t
caudidaie, aud I'ctpccttujy sullen your acl.
eroaupporu it. ha..m.oi.
Wo arc auUwiuud iu .umiounco I), J,
Foley ut a caudldiio lur AlJc. uuu iu Uie
W are authorized to announce J. It, t.'un
liiu'Uaiu a a eandldaie lor uideiiu.tu iu tht
We are authorized to aauounce the nana
of Oua. O. l'atler u. a eaudldate lor awei
aau li-uit tue t'uuriu (,) ward, ut tuu tuiu
lui inumcipai ticcuou.
Uy auuoflty we announce that M. J. ilc-
uuiey win Ua a caudidaie lor uUleruiuu
ium tuu ourtu Ward ut tue Oliprouehu
Filly thousand envelope- Just received a
tho liULLMlM oiUce. u
Judga PIdgcon ol j'ulaskl county, was iu
Associate Justtco McCrite li iu the city
aueuaiu circuit caUrt.
Envelopes furnished and printed at the
Bcllbtin Oi-fice at fji to in per thousand
rienty of fresh eirgs at Lufklu's, Commer
cial avenue, between Seventeenth and
13irhtcenth streets, 4-ll!i
A lot ot evergreen trees have been tilanted
in ta cu.tom-hauve yard-whlch. lntlmc,
win rak.u me premises about the custom-
uouse very beautllul.
F. SI. Ward is now .n jiarcd to deliver the
nest oi aawcu and split hi kurywood to any
part of the city. Also all klu iof wood and
coal always on hand. a.jj tf.
Mister Norman and Mln Frankie Rex-
lord entertained a party of Ittle folks at the
St. Charles hotel last ulght The occasion
wasajo)ousonlorthe "little ones" pres
ent, oi wuicu there were a good many.
SIctrs. Ptraugbn A. Illuklc. nnmrietois o!
the i'lanter's warehouse, ttfected the sole
of flvo hogsheads or lugs a Wjfl 7ft.
7, und three hozsheads medium leal ut ib
and to, on 'Change yc.terday morning.
On Friday evening April 18, the Qui Vive
Coterlo will gie a ball at tue St. Chaile.
hotel. Ev ery preparation is being made to
make the party a success, arid wo feet war.
rauted In asserting that the coming ball will
ue tue grandest oi any yet given by the so
William Johnson Is ihc name of the man
Who did the sUbblngat the corner of Eighth
street and Ohio leveo on Tuesday morning.
He wasurrcsled by I'ollceuiau Jlanln, and
takeu to the county Jail, where lie now Is.
As the grand Jury Is uovv In session, a lull
will, iu till probability, he found against film.
Under the head of announcements, in to
day's Bulletin will he found' the eard ol
Mr. C'aspir oit, as a candlda'e for city
clerk. Mr. Yost U known to tho people tf
Cairo a a gentleman of good bunnies, at.
talnments. Should ho bo elected ho wou'd
Uoubtle fill tho office faithfully, aud wJth
On Tbimduy morning OUlcers Whltcamp
nd Ullllngsly made a raid on the m-pro
atoon In the old "Clipper" building on Coin
jnercial avmi.a. A numtn r of colored men
yrcru entcd alout tublo playing cards and
HU itipposod they warn nlaylng for money
Every man In Urn Iiohjb made c rush forout.
door, In thtir flight Allocking down tubl. s
benches, etc. At the ortlocrs wero not sure
tbut gamhlJog wui going on, no arrcut were
. To-day It Good Frldy, and It will be
duly aolemnlicd lit the Episcopal and Cath
olio ckurchei ol the city.
Tho place to buy wall paper and window
shade ii ho. 2 Sixth street, opposite Wit.
tor' block, where you can buy cheapir
than any place in the city. 11. Able. U
Our article of yesterday mornlnsr puhliulf
log tho fact that tho colored "element"
would like to place one ol their number up
for office In thl city, ha dazed tho 'iuu' to
a greater extent than uiual. That solemn
little ahoct ti "not quite lure that It know
nbtt wo are driving nt." Of courso It
don't. Wo never expected It would. The
v-iuu' "had uppocd that TlIK Hut.LKllN
would etchew politic In thli c.mvast, but It
loo-i very much like ho propofcs uuotlici
'flip" Noutenc. "It looks very much
like" the 'Sun' agcoc. ?oiVlhe colored
men want to he represented In the rlty no
eminent, and hasu't tho fact disconcerted
somo p.irtlcJ Jl tho 'Sun' doesn't know
tin-. It kuows lc than we do on the Mine
Jlijcct. Ae for our "prspo-ltlon to hecome
ibu organ of tho ltadlea'i for a certain pur
pose," It remalnf standing: tcrmi r an
nouiivcinent made known ut TlIK 1IULL1
Tiv ronntlng-room. llring In the naiui,
Ol the nuiiy pleuuiit purlieu, where the
little ones" of Cairo have been the ptiuc
iaI participant, tho nno wi.lch tome oil nt
the St. Charles hotel last ct cnlng, under the
.iifpleea of .Master .Nurm.ui uud llttlo .Mll
tVaukie Itcxt- rd, was tho most tujoya jle.
Nut less than seventy-live, ntul probably n
much larger number of the friends and m-
liialntanceA of 31aitcr and .Mi. lic.vfon.
were pri sent, and every one or theln cu-
tcred into thcpleasurcfi of the evening wttl
plrlt uud vim. A good baud or tmoiu wus
lircrcnt, and I- tho ucllelotii strain fell Iron,
tue Instrument", the youngsters "tripped the
li.-lit lantattlu" In a Iilaiilicr wlilch woulu
uao dune i reilit tt inaiiyot our older yoiiiir
adies uud gentlemen. About 11 o'clock
upper wuj served, aud that each an J uer
wiie proeut did Justice to the uieal we lieeu
iut miv. Alter Uppur a ilauee o( two Ukk
uduUed In, alter which the part) dl-peri-ed,
very one leaving the hotel wi'h u heart tub
ofgrutliudc lor tun manner in which they
Had beell eiuei tallied 0; the )ouug liool and
The audience at tlio Ailiciieum b't even
ing, though lurgc, was not. quite so iiumer
oik u It should have been to urert .Miss
Katio Putnam aud her comedy troupo oi.
ineir llrst appe rauce In Cairo lur a nuinbei
it years. Tuc piuco win "Old Curlositt
Sho," Miss 1'uluam appearing in the dila.
ouuractcmol "Little Mcll" und "the Jlar
uhloiics.4." She pljys with much gruce aim
plilt, and will prove a great a favorite with
our jday -going people oil the present occa
sion us wueu she cim-tcd their adiuir.itiOL
jn lonncr visits, blio was greeted vvitu
ivarty applause lat oveliiug, and left bui
one lmpresluu on the audience that the U
a delightful actress, lull of lire, spirit, uiu-
oilluii an J pride in her urt, Slie is well sup
iured by .Ur. Kdwiu Uruwu, .Mcsrs. 11) au,
A-litoii. Oastou, Toohy, aud by Mn. .Natl.
auJ ills. iXc it lulaius, tue Jmucipal I1KU.-
uers ot tho company.
. Wanted, a ,ojd tiaxuer (.white) at corner
or Klxtilu slicet aud Louiuiclciul avenue,
sM,od wa'ss and Heady employment guarai.
ued. (4-10 lit.) J. Utoiiuc arr.l.MioLoi:.
Lost A gold Uoop uar-rliig. The above
reward w 111 be paid to the per sou leaving
.he' ring ut my livery stable, Tcuth street,
Cuiro, Illinois". . Jl. V. VlKLU.
A neat cottage uud tvo lots, located ol
ho corner ol Division street and Washing-
iou uvenite. or terms, etc., euoulre ut tin
ornoro. i'iitceuih street uud Comu-crcla,
avenue of T. O'CallaiiaN.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
i win sen ioi mimocreu i. ir oiocis i,, ur i
addition, fronting on Twentieth street, ilj
house uovv ttaudiugou sj-tiu lot will be moved,
leaving a vjood brick cellar, cUteni nnd out-
houses. For particulars euoulre at my shop
on Twentieth street. Wt. Eiilkks.
UIU0 AND VINOENNES RA1R0AD,
Trains now leave Calio nnd Mouud City as
Leave Cairo. Leave Hound City
"lUa.m. 7:lu am.
11 in. l:l!p,m.
B:15p.in.. &:tO "
CiiAri. O. Woot, 0n'l Ticket Ag't.
Mrs. Anna Lang on Mghth street, between
Commercial and Washington avenues, has
just opeu'd out a stock ot new and fashion
able tnllliiiery goods, she has one hundred
aud lllty UlUerent slyleeof huts uud bonnets
beside a large assortment ot ribbons, flow
ors and notions ol all uiU, .ill ol which wll
ise sold at the lowest prices.
DRY GOODS REMOVAL.
Stuart & GhoUou will open business In the
store lately occupied by Ilium Jt Amson, on
hlhth stieet, on Monday. April 11, upon
wtikh oossslon they will show au ciitir
new lino of spring aud summer goodk
nmorrwhlcn many special bargains will be
round To our old customer-, aud to a.l
who uuy favor us with their patronage, vv
promise the lowest prkc made by any house
In Hits market. Our one price cavb system
will be strictly maintained.
401-St STUAKT ii GlIOLSON.
REMOVAL OF A DRY GOODS AND
Messis, Ilium it Amson would lespectfully
Inform the tm illc that thoy.w 111 remove tlic-l
stok of general merchandise from Elghtli
strest to tho st jreroom No. ll'J.CommercIa
avenu, one door above K'llott.t Haythorn'
and will, on Monday April H, be prepared to
display at their new ptuce or 'iulness a very
lanrc aud well-assorted stook of dry good
clothing, etc., to vvhlcQ they luvlto all their
old customers and many m-w ones, to call
and examine for themselves. 4-ll-Ot
Ever since the endowment of Juvonllo hu
manliy with lingers ulal toes, tradition ha
transmuted to pottcilty the entertaining
history of flvo remarkable pigs ; tho largest
ol which frequently performed tho famlly
marketlng i vvlnle tho last and least cui:ount
ered an Insurmountable obstacle In tho barn
dror till, again't which he made vociferous
complaint. Tho striped pig has attaint
renown aa a successful evader of the liquor
law. Mr. Ducket uurolds ttie pathetic tale
of the pig whoso untimely dembe was caused
by excessive superfluity of check. And
the spotted pig has become proverbial as a
tyr tl Uauty. l'lg Ic-id was formerly used
lu the nianulnciure of palnf, but the rapidly
Increasing popularity ol the Averill Chem.
leal l'ati.t has nearly superceded the use of
lead ut a pigment. Tho A. 0 1'., can be ob
tained mUi d, ready for use In all colors,
from N. E. Way &Co., general commission,
merchants, Sixth street betweou C'ommer.
clal mvl 'WMhiocK'u avenues. 4-Clf.
CAIRCj DAILY BULLETIN, flJUDAT, "APKIL"11, 1873
CITIZENS, ATTENTION I
CALL FOR A CITIZEN'S MF.nTtNO.
TO BE UF.LD AT THE COURT-HOUSE
THIS MtlUAI KVUIAUi
Wc, the undorslgncd citizens of Cairo,
do hereby call upen the citizen of Cairo,
gcncrnlly, Irrespective ol party, to meet ut
the court-house on Filday evening, the lllh
Instant, at tho hour ol half after seven
o'clock, to so'oct a candldato for mayor and
such other candidates as tho mcellug may
see fit to placo beforo the public
O I) Williamson,
C 11 Woodward,
R II ciiiiii iigh.im,
, D .Malliiiis.
Geo W H.-nrick,
Clias K NellN.
Wo id Itlttviiliotise,
II Waton Wfbb,
John M i ansden,
.Toti ii Tabcr,
it a llrhliiiin,
II II Cundcp,
l It l..ur.,..l
1 II i.'npe,
A A Arlck,
V .M Ward,
; O Uhl,
W U .Morrh,
I'.iiil O Schtih,
Ja S Kaaidell,
A W O'Neal,
A II S illnrd,
Cliui S Hurd,
.Ia A 1'hillU.
r in -.Muni, u i uieen
John 11 l'lillll', nnd many others.
J W Orccnwold,
THE MKLTINQ TO-MOHT.
In nuolhcr place In thl niorulnu's Uclle.
tin will be found a call for a citizen's meet
ing, to be held ut the court-homc this cvr
nlng, for the purposo of nominating a can
didate for mayor and oilier city oQIecs.
It Is the duty of nil good citizens to ho
present, and glvo their aid and counllnctice
to the object ol the meeting, Tho welfare
ot the city requires that the, city govern
in -nt Khali he placed in worthy and compe
tent hands for tho next few years. This may
bo done by taking the proper steps now.
Wo arc glad to see that tho course suggested
by Tim lltiLLr.TiN a vycek ngo has been
a loptcd, and coulldenllv anticipate a bar
tnoulotts nnd succcsliil meeting.
Tim EXGLISd WASHER AND cTiTTrN.
Mr. r.nghsli is still In our city showing
the great superiority of his wahcr aud
churn. Considerable uccesi sn far has at
tended his etl'orts Iu the sale ol the machines
and rights to territory. Hut tew thing', II
any can he m. ich moro desirable to famlliis
than a successful wa-hlng miehlno nnd a
perfect churn, and from the opinions of those
who have w.-tncs'cd his demonstrations we
can but believe they urc n great succe'i, and
merit the cjnrtdeiiceol all. Ho will tako his
machines to any family that may so desire,
or t ey may test theln thoroughly by calling
to-day at the Arlington house, corner ot
Commercial avenue and Seventh street. He
will rcmalnonly three days longer. We ad
vise all interested to glvo than a trial.
VALUABLE I'ltOFJJKTY FOR SALE.
A GOOD UARGAIN.
A very desirable summer residence, situ
ated In the town of Anna, Illinois, going by
the name ol the "Farin property," The
lioii-o has six large room-, good cistern,
aud suitable out-houses. This property is
now offered lor sale at a btrgaln. Terms
cash. Apply to C. Schick, Anna, Ills,
Or t N. .M. Fakin, UlnkleUIie, liy.
Steamer Kittlo llegltr, Cincinnati
" M r. Forsytbc, 'uw Orleani
11 City of Augusta, Memphis
" Jonn F Tolle, New Orleans
Dick Fulton, Fittsburg
" Hi Joseph, Memphis
" Nick Longworih, How sOrk&ns
11 M K l'ue, Si. Louis
Pauline (jorroll, til. Louis
" Glasgow, Hickmnn
Jim Fiak, Jr., FaducaU
11 City of Helena, rft. Louis
" yreicent City, New Orleani
Steamer Kltlio Hci'ler. Arkaniai river
" ME Forsyth, Evansvilla
" City of Augusta, Madison
" Jno F Tolle, St. Louis
" Dick Fallon, Arkumai City
" St. Joseph, Ut. Louli
" Nick Lonpworth, Cincinnati
" ME Too, Rd river
Vaullno Carroll, Now Orlean
" G I m cow. Hickman
Jim Flsu, Jr, Fndvtcab
City of Helena, VtcksbuTK
C'reicent City, fct. Louis
John Luinsden, Nashville
"William Cowen, St, Louli
coxDiTiox or Tnn kiveim.
Hero the Ohio li steadily swelling, but
with very little current, which Ii caused
by the rapid rise In the MluUilppi check
ing the current of tho Ohio. The rise in
tie Mlitlislppl continues, but there U uo
danger of the lowor country being over
flowoJ. Special dispatches to Tue Uullitix
ri-port the condition of the rivers at vari
Ill'SINESS AMD WEATHEti.
Iluslneii on the levee was very good
nnd considerable Southern freight wai
The weather wai clear and very pleas
ant. JJIICELLAKK0U8 NEWS),,
Tho Mary E. Forsyth arrived from be
low light, and hai gooo to Evaniville
fur a lond.
Tho Kittle Hogler had a full load for
the Arkamai river, and added very little
The City of Auguita paiied up flying
'llgt,for iladlion Indiana, whore the will
be 1enghtontd about twenty feet.
The Dick Fulton passed down with 12
boati of coal for Arkamai cjty.
The John Luuuden went up to Oooio
Island and got 200,000 shingles for Naih
villo and finished Ailing out hero.
Tho Paulino Carroll catno in with COO
tons and added 200 tons here. She laved
xnough tonnage for 10,000 sacks of corn
which slio gets in Lucas bund.
The kool boat, J, 8. Porter, came In
with 20,000 tiro brick and 2,000 furnace
tiles which the li discharging for AW 11.
Thomsi of this city. Sho camo from
sixty mllei be'ow Pittsburg. Alter the ii
unloaded she will bo for s&lo.
The Jim Fiik, Jr., brought 31 hhdiof
tobacco and 8 bales cotton for New York
by way of Cairo and Vlncennes railroad,
Amonjj the pauengnrs on tho Illinois
yesterday aftornoon was the Katie Putnam
Tho Naomi started out on a "bill itlcV
Ing" tour up the Mississippi.
Tho William Coweu left for St. Louli
with two Varvjei of ctal,
ThoKmtna 0 Xlllotflddecl 400tbfli
hare and did not 'fat away until a,m
yaiterday. Sua bad all sfa waatad, ,
The Toll had 8,000 lacki skf tilt tot
Pnict CuaaiNT Orrlca
CaIbo, Friday April 11, 1871.
We noto a dull and Inactive market,
with very llttlo doing ouUida of tha or
der businesi with tha South. Receipt! of
uati are imau ana ineoia hock is noia ror
an advance. In coniequenca of thaimall
offerings and a rather strong demand for
them, pricei ara firm at an advance over
last week, 'and still tend upward. Corn Ii
plenty and the market weak. Receipts
of white are liberal and stocks
are accumulating. Domand very small,
tho small amount takon ooing required to
supply the order demand. Corn meal ii
very dull, buyers and teller apart and
tho market over stocked. Tbore Is tome
enquiry f r choice timolhv bay, and none
In the market. Low grade are plenty
and neglected. Rates of freight are un
changed. Our reports of laics are made up from
actual transaction on 'Change, and may
bo relied on as showing the correct condi
tion of the market. A largo amount of
grain and produco has been sold outside,of
which wo have no report.
jtTCorroipondenU should bear In
mind that our quotutioni represent prices
for round lot from first hands, unless
otherwise, stated, and that in filling small
orders hluhcr prices roust be pa!d.
FLOUR The market continues dull
and inactive. We note no change in
price, but holder would be forced to
make largo concessions In order to effect
sale. A few bundrel barrol of various
grades havo been disposed of in email or
ler lot at price ranging from fi to $10.
Wo nolo a tale yenterday in round lots
from llrst hands, 100 bbl XXX winter
17 25; 100 bbl do do to arrivo $7 75, and
75 bbl choice XXX winter delivered at
HAY Market well upplied with low
grade oi mixed and prairie, which I not
wanted. No choice hay in tbo market and
nor.o comlne In to meet the demand for it.
Wo note but ono salo on 'Change, that of
a car of prairie bay do! at JIz per ton.
CORN There is no shipping demand.
Uaco.inti aro liberal and stock are accum
ulating. White corn weaker but pric
aro still at previously quoted, Hale 1 car
and 300 sack mixed indundeet del at 4oc;
9 car mixed in burlap del 44c; 3 car white
in burlap 47r, 2 car white in bulk on
track 38c and 1 car mixed In bulk on
OATS Receipt! ltuht and demand ac
tive. The old itock Is held in store and
prlcei are stiff at an advance; closing to
day at 36c In sack! and 30o in bulk on
track. Sale! 4 car lacked and del 3Cc.
CORN MEAL -Market well luppllod
and verv dull, buyer on 'Change offer 2
and t'i 60; teller holding firm for $2 25.
A few hundred barrel old to nil ordert
at $5 25.
BRAN Plenty and dull.no domand,
quoted nominally at f 14 per ton in ack.
"WHEAT None old on 'Change
O lotation on the meet are choice while
1: No. 1 St 91 : No. 2 SI 80; choice red
II 85; No. t $ 75; No. 2 $1 65; Mediter
ranean $1 C5.
BUTTER No choice butter coming
In. The market for "gilt edge" I Arm
and active. Common butter Is plenty and
lnialeable. Sale, 30 pkgi. choice lona
EGGS Market ralrly luppllod and
prlcei bold firm. Seller! were asking 18c
to-day but we beard of no lales) over 16c.
Wo note laics of 20 boxei and 1000 dot
ClilCKRNS Market only modorately
lupplled. " Choice honrtlnd ready tale at
$1 and choice mixed at $8 60 t 00.
APPLES Dull. Choice red apple
'r .crca and aelline at $4(34 60 V bbl.
Choice Gonatin 3 and choice Ben Davl
$3 60 t. Dried peachei and apple are
dull at 65)c.
POTATOES The roarkot ii over
tockad and no demand at any price.
Choice Peach Blow offered on 'change at
$1 80 found nrsjbuyer.
PROVISIONS Very dull. Supply
only moderato and price though weak are
unchanged. We quote, nominally: Ba
con shoulders packed at77jc; clear tide
packed 9l0c; plain country cured bam
ll12c plain ugar cured do 1213e;
lard in tiercel 7 j(38q in kegi 010c; pork
mini i 9
a no oiatlt,
Owe Lava fUiao. Ill
NEW YOKK 8TOitU,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
LAUQXtT V HI ITT IT00K IK THX 01TT
GOODS SOLD VKBY CLOSE.
Corner or Hinetresstts afreet avusl Cora
C'or.F.tevesitli asstl Foplar fliti,,
Inlornisthepublle that ho ba engaged tho
service of a flrst-clas Wagon Uaker, and
also a Flrsttlaa Honve Shoer.and Is ready
to manufacture and repair Jail kinds of work
n this traderwltU BiaUteH and dispatch,
NIW BOOT AND 'SHOE STOJt!
At ikaMtra of Ika MB a4r,
Coittia or Sivekth Stiiit amb Wa.
Whr f Inflii tit I Is. ltf ,, M i-iu
A till lirrntitiillnav isniinfrts m Mutl .. .-
tlicy Citinot lave money. mI will t vet?
vrfe 1 URTO HllUUlVQ U1Q OIU IDOtlOe "The
Nimble Pennr lillettcrthin th mn niv.
penc." . b. b. MATdON.
JBJRTXu 14. 1873.
The Nation's Humorist
A gala la Ike Field 1
The great moral exhibition of Trained
Animals, in conjunction with the only truly
tathloaable Circua la America. In th
arenlc world the momter
Paris Pavilion Circus
Event of thi 1 9th Century.
Reaptctfblly Daomem to the pabllc thai
having organized for thl season the
He will continue Ma grand Tlctorloua
sBarch thtough the North and Weet. iv
lag two exhibitiona each day. tS)
The ibilowing srorld-famed artists ara
aerela aaentioned, leasrlng the larger neav
ker to be announced la the topilar fts
stjassusee of ha day
Tke WsasterfRl lfelMns,
The ackaewledged peer of all Gyiaiiatei
Prr. J. L. Davlis
Who haa tha only troupe of Perfbrmlag
Dog worthy the nasne.
The hit hot aalaried bare-back rider In tha
The great Parisian Clown and tin DAN
RICE of Europe.
I MIm Lizzie Marcelltu,
The beantlful and daring Queen of list
Kea Petlla IfelMas,'
The lovely and extraordinary Trapeat
perfenaert, but tut and seven year of age,
Tha beanliftil QnnrteUe af
Urt. Dan Rice, Madam Nelson, MLta
Abm Roger and Mill Utile Marcellaa.
Acrobat and Gymnast.
The extent of talent in this department
can he mentioned only In brief. Suffice
it that the Immense troupe Include uch
noted "Monarch of Muscle" aa Hollo
way, Gardner, Mile, Meenger, Tour,
nairt, Hick Clark, Seulona, Trewolla,
Ryan, DavU, Van Ooudy, and many other
leapera and general performer whoa
name itand high in arenlc fame. ,
The exiiibition of the wonderful atnd oi
trained horae by Dan Rico in peron, haa
proved a theme which haa engaged the
attention and study of the learned of all
'vds, the mot eminent divine, the etu
dent, and phlloaopher, and la In Itaelf
worth double the price of admlMlon. No
parent ahould fair to have their children
witness this nurvelou exhibition of culti
vated insUnct A) , W
NOTE. At the oanal Concert ghea at
t thedoM of each exhibition msv be leen
C kails WiiohTUAH. tha Man Flab,
, s, i .
A T 11 K JJ KU Ml
lto.nppearance ol Cairo' Favorite, the
qaeese avf Cawestr ssa4 Mlar
SUPERB COMEDY COMPANY
rwr Nla HUghl.
Thursday cveilin;, April 10, 1873,
"THE OLD CURIOSITi' SI10P,"
The great dual character ot
U'rfhlone... J K"
In her exquisite songs, dances, and her uu
rivalled banjo solos.
Friday Evening the Sensational Drama ol
KetlelssTfcret SrsMil Ckssravetera,
iSrChange of Bill every eight.
Reserved seat at Hartmsn't.
Urassd !! ssior4njr at u o'cl.ei,
Admission to Matinee N) centa.
4-C-Tt Children 26 cent.
No. 104 COHUKBCiaL Avmiuk,
French, Scotch 'and American casalmeie
or all ooiom, ana uoaver auu oruau aoiua
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
And made up la the
And at the lowest price. A fine fltand first
claee worst guaranieea. oausiacus la au re
speed warranted. ,
WM. OLKNN A SON'S
BEAD Q VARTERS FOR GROCERIES
COFFEB.-RU), Laguayra, Java, Mocha.
SUGAR, M, O Hard Soft Reflsed.
SYRUPS. New Orleani and Eastern,
ws makb araciALtTiKa or .
o viMat. . cf.vc.v.vir
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT
And dealer ia
LlUK, ClUEMT, I'lr&B'fXB, HaiB, ETC.
DM Otilc Lev (,
will sell in car load lots at msnuiar.
turera' price-, adding freight. 4-2-tt
BKMIS, BROWN & CO.,
Aqints HomV t'orroN Muit
NO. 80 Ohio Levee, Cairo, 111.
fl 000 JN ONK WEKK.
i an) sarewd man woo caa do 1a"
ae qu'et, I guarantee an l!ftJ,u
m, eaally, rapidly, and la perfcet aarety .
Avunss ta ssivs wmvasjimsj, . sissasM "
Wert Fount tfrett, Tas
WMOiiALKjkND RETAIL t
a s . sk
end Klghm aireet.
Of ehaaabls and rahhltJ
iw wen lungs.
At MARCLAY Bl
m rOH SORB THROAT,
My MARCLAY Uim
. -s-suvs.bBsMii ior niaL
At BARCLAY BROS
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Notice Is hereby give a that on Turs
tho IMh day ol April. A. ii. U, a gc
eltctlon will be held la the city ol L
Alexander count?. State ot'llllnols, foi ,
selection of the tolhwlug named tnutik 1
ortlcers, to-wit: A mayor, a city count '
city clerk, a city attorney, a city trem
aud a police magtetrve: each or the th
ward Into which theXtr la novTillvi.ini I
uii;cnuueatotaecKioa or two (ijald.
Kor the purpose. of aald election, po
will be ortened at tha r.lllninir named n!
tnrlal snil sx-AmKltiirSAt, -... i . I, H uM
. . a u. . . u -1. AK.a . .
1' l. f . ... i . . . i I iil . i ' . ' . i '
ward, at the court-bouse, tod In the Kin
ward, at Mrs. Hulllvan'a house' on the nertl
west corner of CoBMrclal evcuu au
1U..M.. l.la 71
Ur nr. far nt tha -Itv wmmII
Joint M. LaNSDXX, Mayor.
Canto, Ills., March 11. 1S7J-M
BALOON AND BAR
to CoassaetCMvl Avaane, OA Use, ILLINOIS
smm ansa of oft. sotnrala raeslswi.
BILLIARD aalenn furnished vnt. the W
ofUbjee : and bar euppUed wltkwtaa, Uquon
s,t m w a, waff wan uiaili4
i XL .1
Ohio Levee, bet, 4tk aadth tUrets,
CAIRO, ILLi. s "
MBALB ATALL HOUUa.
A'ftne oesr plate HaN vrttk every cou
vcnlenc haa been added te this popular
Reeuurant, and tke spteet-vrH tad every
requisite for their aecoaaedaUoa.
consisU of every esessUatlal aad dsUcac; ol
tbeeeaaoo, - '
CHOICEST LIQU0RS.W1NS8 k CIGARS
laTMixed drinti prayred VfKh care.
d aiho and 'pa '
The eeleavtlld I
Sick Fo w lib, t Captain
Leave Cairo DAILY. (SundaV excepted) at
Sp.ra for freight opeije apply on lioat or
10 i slA. jaaLLQHT. Ag s.
.WILLIAM J, ALLKN,
ATTORNEY AT J LAW
, pace over First National bank. 8.1G-3M
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OODNkLOR8 AT LAW,
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