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WILL BK glltlCTI.V AlillKltKt I. CITV
rricK!i (At 'ahi oFrioKit-,
FOU CITV CLLIIK.
Wrtre uthorired to announce MUlmci
J, Howley ramllihtr, for rc Ir-.tlou to
tbc oce of City Clerk, at tin- apimaclilii);
city election.
Editor Bitlicti.v : You will j.Va-i-announce
tint I am a candidate for tlie office
of city clerk at the cii'Ulnie cliaru-r election.
3-M2.td AV. K. Hawkins.
ron city Ttti:tvitr.it:
Va are authorized to announce It. Y.
The c-ke c,,,,,,e lor tue ,ace nt
i rraiurar.at lie tnuinz municipal eiei nou
" Xk. EulTOlI Ity trjlir-t of a iiliiiifwr ot
cltlicus pleac unuouiir my name a can
didate for tbe office omty jrea-urcr at tnc
tmulBf charter election.
' , Wootl!iTTr.Nioti:,
i rK CITV ATTOHXKV.
j We are authorized to announce that II
! WaUon ITebb ! a candidate for rsx-li-ction
to tbe ftBce of city attonieyat the ru-ulu;
1 charter election.
Km. .Kditoa; Br rtquest oi many
cUIxm, pleaM announce nio m a candl-
data for the officj or City Attorney, at
tbaaesuins; charter election.
Harmon II. Bun;.
tm AUiEitMAX rntsr wakd.
Vfr are authorized to anBoum-cNaac WaU
dera'caudidate for ablcnnau from the
Vint Ward. s
"We are authorized to announce J. M.
rbtllipt'ai a candlilati- lor aldrriuan from the
Klrrt lard.
VOlt AUlKKMAN TIIIIID WAIII).
We axe authorized to announce W. .
Wright a a candidate for Alderman lor the
Third Ward at the ensmlni; charter election.
27-!M-td
FOU ALtlKKMAS riFTII WAtttl.
We arc authorized to announce that Tliix.
W. Halllday, Is a candidate for Alderman
for the Fifth ward, at tbo enulng charter
election.
WEW ADVERTISEMENTS
PA'
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... .in ir toil want too
".r." L.:. .v.
Comnustho"MayF,OW8r-'
If M, OUy ui
WABimV ..... t .it.f tn (iivnn t. uiorouitn ovr-
ma.M.Mm. xm one
.1 f,mmrclal
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:w.. n,.t m
Corner of 6th Street
A ti wall erranged
Cairo;
ute. alto roomi
4' 4-15-tf
AMANDUS
Inquire of
DERT1 block.
tor
J.3
FASHIONAB
coramenco
SOOT & S
nuu it all r
; your pa
Uanufactucri
id to an
: a&dvc
Slh Street, next door to IlrLto
OmIx-o, XlUtort)
Fluo ltooti and SIiock Ma.e f order on
hort notice, of llio lCNt FnwAFaml Auii'i-i-ran
stock, nnd lit and Kitiai'tlon cuurau
teed. Try him. , U7 LU-tf.
' DR.AVM. HALVS
Balsam for the
Lungs
THE GREAT AMEKKiAX CON
aUMPTIVK KKMK1JV
ConauBiptionli NOT an Incurable ilUeadc.
xbyal;latu auure ua thl luct. It U oJy
neceitarr to have the Might Itetnedy, uud
lb terrible malady can bo i-ouuercu.
Ball's Saliam is this Scmciy.
It breaki tip tho nlttbt aveat.relievca the
oppressive tlgbtncM acrosatbu Itinn, and
heaU the larcerateil and excoilated nirfacf
Wbku Uie venom or the ultoaae produi en.
WHILE LIFE LASTS T1IEKE IS IIUl'E
It mar net be. ITaW. to effect a cure eveu
alter tneny&jafXfm) uiven tou tin
Hall'a Balaam la aolil everi-wheie. anil
Bay be bad at wholesale of thn '1'ropi ietorn,
Jobnr. Henry Cut ran .V Co, at their
ureu jaeaieine Warciiouce, b ana U ( oIlt-L-e
flaee, New Vork. Price tt tier bottle.
4UJ' IlaUm la alto a ture remedy fur
tucai, coitu, I'heumonu. UionchlttU,
Aatfisa, Splttlnfr of illood. Croup, Whoop.
l Cough, and all other ifinairii ol thu ret
jtlratAry ergann.
Aleo l'ronrletora of Scovlll' lllond ami
X4ver Byrup.C'arbolIc Salve,Kde ' Troche-.
ii)(ionco uHiera, Jlou JUlver l'lll. .Vc
ped aoiLV p. HENItY, CCltUA.V i CO ,
a5-4.w4tk&J,,,l',v,tatt'1,l w Y"rk-
., , KLECTIOS. NOTICE.
...IiiJc' '"herebj; given that on Tuewlay the
'.tltt day of April. A. U J874. a eerier ii
election will beheld In the 'city o'fCairJ I A '
exander county, ftaU of llllnol., .,r the
Jttn.0f,J!? loli0":'"S "MiieU tminlcl.al
oMcen, to.wit : A city clerk, a city trcis
ureC',VcUIr,ttttlnicyi e Mcrwan irVmi
each AVanL for the term of ttvo yca r 0
alderman from the Flnt Wanl, fu ilVl tl ,t
vacanaar catued by the removal of iiiram
Korthe punoe,ofi.ald election poll" will
hwJrt l v Dnvf.rJ,'nat.!h9 co"''l..lo
B'"'f I veBuo and Ttvritj-.tujVr(;unuatil-
c.:lo;dciij,j(,fi0jloD. Tltc faction that
nhouted for Pendleton and greenbacks
in now demanding iiiflatiouvliilo tlio
Now York 'World' fauiVui Wrei -"
..A Vl..unni
i8 the hw- 7.'tf
, v. 'f w" -
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NOTICE.
jail peieons indebted to b'aimml ,at!alrs Into order. Thoy ought to
re MQueeted to wake speedy payine" out'' for every button holo
ke Hatdtttlfsed, and thui lave x dty, andaoelng a button hole thoy
eollactlon of hit aweU ,ih' "go for it." Bklllful button-
resawi sm4 will tdBBlt ol no
IlZttlt of MTlBMt t once,
IAVIIIl
Itlll Slandw
H I
lieuil". cuoil
W.2.-I.
pajicr atiii tnici)- piuiu'u, lor
NlHlrsitrtil..
One tliouatul ttitcinrnt piloted nt I Hi:
IIi'i.i.kt i.v oilier- tor fii.M.
nolo Urmia.
One lliiiilnil lnt liiml priii'i'il at I
IIuI.lriin olllcc tor fl.Ou; tuotliuiismdlor
as).
rur.ta
one tlinussud liii..iio- caiil'. line Hrlttol
lij.inl. piluldUt Till: Hl LI.KlIN nilli o lor
frjin to gl.CO, awordinir to tin'.
CAIRO LOCAL NEWS.
TUCiDAY. Al'KJL 11, 1ST I.
MISCELLANEOUS.
A fiill linn of cruut (or snle by
40-IM.St W. 11. KocKWKLt.A: Co.
CoL vclt . Theru wi a moetinit ol the
city council held Iwl nlcht 'I' fid butlia
tranactod at utiliuportant.
I Tut ?rttoois. Tha public tchooli re
ODened on Mondnv. The number of
ichooUri in kltetiJuuce it vtry Ikrye.
Juit received anJ fur iIj by 1'nrker A-Ail.-vlOO
biiibaU cbutco rarh Mow
pjtv. 15 tibl KJ iivtt potato..
4 -1 1 -1 1
l'etsio.NAt. Her. Mr. Oon arrived in
the city yi'iterday, nnd Hon. A. J. Kay
kendall wai vitible at tb Atlieniiiim lalt
night.
Cdanoc or Time. Attention it culled
to tbo change in the running time of .
eager traint on tbo Chlro, Arkht,Mt i
Tent) Krailroad.
IJisuor Watvan. Thl peritlctnn,
who it one of the bitbopt of the African
M. K. Church, will preach at tla Klgb
taentb atreet Metbodiit Cburi h tbit even
inc. ilAiKtTo. Tbo box and basket factory
li in full Matt preparing for tho corning
fruit I'juion. liox and luilot ''ituti" it
biiog turneJ out at n, rapid rate and in
immonio ijuautitiet.
31 KB. Kl'MIloLD it prepared 10 lILEACtl
nd riiiv-. Iiatt and bonncti in thu mo4t
approvod !tyle, hnd in n manner to civo
entire. !ntifnction. Cnll at ber rotidunce
on Fifteenth ttrcot Imtwoen Wulnnt nd
CJar. '.'3C-n.l5.tf
THE 1'i.av. Notwitbitandiny the
tbroatenlni; appearance of the tky lait
night at candlu light nnd the hoitvy rain
that follnwnd, ti k00'1 rlr.ed audiencu n
at tl.o Athcueiim last liii!lit. Tbo ploys
u. uu
VJ:?.ou - CW. ifcKinney ha, J,t
.1 fonirt auVilnnll! Iinnr.i vtiifnt
cnllutli
ntmrtai t i. . t
in .. .. . ,.
ave-""P'"K. . " oo
iiiidn.Vu'"u",,u"";' 4UU j'
... . , ..,
lor
to
hit
avii V. It. It Tho track of tbo
YincctituM railrotid tmtwoon
"Win.
"r.rth and Thirty-eighth strcot,
- tf r
ill raited, nnd Imlmtod with tono
ifiiilcrtt(tnd tbo track will uUo lu
n-,(c(, , tllu uw Ul0 i,ltWuen Twcntl.
nday inornu , Ti1rlv.fourli1 ..,,.,.
Tt tmiNo Away. .Mm .Siimmerwiill U
Btlli tugging mvay i,t Klugo's old homn,
and If tbo w outlier it fayorablo ho may
get it to itt dettinatlon rniinu time thii
iumiuur. bummorwell it tiationt ithd
never in a hurry, uml lim mado up hit
mind to uiit through with thu lob if it
takes "all miiininr."
Ninth hrnv.KT. Ninth ttrctit from
Wiuhlngton avonuu to Cedar itrvet Uono
man of filth, and a dimrucu to tbii city
Anytbiug, from k doad doj; to u mitnuro
boap may bo found there. Thu proper
authorities thould look Into the matter
und aeo that something U dono to clear
away at least a portion of thu Hills.
niiii i iik. a.j.n. huaru mat u
blondo democrat, a candidatu fur i. city
ollicu, hat been attondin,; negro Hunday
schools. This it an oulragu upon dunio.
cratic principldi that should not be toler
ated. The bloudu should bo turn limb
from limb. A blondo domocrnt In u nig
ger Kundny school, or any othor .SumNy
school, for Ibat matter ! Dreadful 1
To CoNTItACToliH. .Sealed propoehW
will ba rccoived at thu Now York .Sloru
until tJaturJay April 18, 1871, inclusive,
for furnishing and building n two itory
brick building according to plans and
specifications which cun be toun at tho
olllco of (J. W. Hendricks, architect. Thu
right to rrjbct all bid is reserved.
l.U.'H Chah. 0. 1'atikh A: Co.
Kiuiiosk' Tbo greatest rusti of tbo
season Tbo finest chanru ever oMurcd
to tba ladlesol Cairo I Kibbons' Hibbonsl
Ten tbuuiand yards of gros grain of all
widtLi and colors! Ten thousand yards
of oll-bollod ditto! Ten thousand vards
of fancy ribbons, all ottered lor TWEN-TV-FIVi:
CENTS A YAHU. Uomo
aril takoyour choice AT IIANXY'.S. tf
JIlNDIKii. l'artlos bavini? complete
volumes ol books, such us .HLal:,,........
Ilyrou, ilooru, History of tbo World, en.
cydopiuJiss, liiulu., periodicals music,
etc., which thnydeilro to have rebound,
will do well to consult .1, t). II unit at tho
Cairo City Jllndory, IIullktin building,
'Wioro giving them to agents of foreign
nblishinonis. Mr. HuoU Invites an in--on
of bis work and pricer.
.'12 MQ.2w
in.
Hkaiit. Only a fowdajs remain
rmt. . . .. ... .
Ml Co ',r Ul" o po.it cai
i that will lakn iilucn nnxt 'I'nom.l...
'
00 caudJdatea ought to be gotting
'fltU, nof than half a political canvas,
uU' lKUe whisky and bear dl.
crcotty thrown in hm n groat fifed po t
voters
llooTi anii Snor Amtndu l)ariin
ger, fstb'oDablu boot and shoo timker, Is
prepared to supply all who may call upon
hi in with any sort of boots or idioos do
slreJ from a stogy to tba vary lluett
sowed work, nnd mado in tbo latest and
most approrerl stylo. Ho solicits ii sbaro
of public patronago, premising in re"
turn at all times to do hit bct to suit cut
torujtf. lililuipUon Eighth itreet next
door to llrlslol & Stil ell's grocery
store.
Tiik Onii-rEt.LOWa. Alexander lolgo
of Odd-Vdlows will appropriately cele
brate tho 'JTth Inst., tbo anriivorjary of tbo
cttablisbinont of tho order In America
Tbo lodgu will march in regnlia, with
music, from tho lodge ro.mi to ono of tbo
churches or the court hoiiec, nnd then bo
addreifed by .ludeo (Ireeti, ilr. Win H.
Morris nnd otbur speakers. In tho even,
ing nuny of tho members and their fain
illcs will visit Mound City, in a tpe-ial
train to join tbe ordur of that city in i. ball
to be given at -Stoke's ball.
c
Street I.ami- Want:h Eighth street,
between Washington and Commercial
avinuf-s is tbe most traveled street in the
city, and great numters iI people pa
along it vrwv night. It U a ditV
sltri't to traini nt n'gbt. There is pot s
street lamp on it butwevn tbn avenues.
Tbe hutinett men on it ar energetic men,
but ttwy do not imiu to apprtciitt gal.
They love dark n4M more thtn light.or ub e
tbey would put up a coupie of gn potts.
The city will furnish the gat if they fur
nish tbepoit!.
drkKET L.AJirii. Jauiet Itucbanan It in
the city anxious to have the council em
ploy bim to put up gaiuline street lamp.
Gas It in our estimation preferable, but
Mr. Itucbanan may bo able to convince
tbe council that this is not tho cate. U-
olino ftrcet lamps are, as a general rule.
not to bo endurud, but Mr. HucbananV
may he. lou couucil should clve to Mr.
bucbanan n patient hearing, nnd if ho
cn convince tbo fathers that ha has a
money-saving lamp, the vauncil should
invest.
An Entep.I'iumso Clothikii. John
Antrim has just rocsivod a largo stock of
lino imported gooJs, such as Cheviots,
English Coatings, Suiting, French Ci-
simercs, l'mtaloon Ooodf, for spring and
summer wear. His stock, solcctcd with
tbo greatett caro, is going o'S rapidly, but
hu has enough for all. Mr. Antrim em
ploys nono but the bait of workmen, and
his cutler is A No. 1 in tho profession,
l'o-sons wishing an oxact lit find clothes
mado of tho very best matorla), should
not neglect to avail themselves of tbo op
portunity now presented to thttn, but
should give Antrim n call.
The Okniai. K-c.-Wo don't know
that E-c Is a girl. .Shu may bo an old wo
man. Or ho may bo an -editor, or a
preacher or h merchant. Ho writes n
good hand, nnd she exprcntos horsolf in
very good English. This morning sho i.
guni&l, and gives evidence that his angor
has patod away In faot, E-o is really
Kiuiablo, nnd has convinced us that if tho
would iibandon science nnd dnvoto him
self to luss nlutruso subject; to tho
churches, tho city government, tho future
of Cairo, poetry and prayers racy sub
jects hu would Biiccood nnd becomo n
greater ornament to tho columns of Tiik
Huli.utin than w thought sho could be.
Ho is miroly n pleiistant old (Jul.
"PHUN.'
A FEW UK MA RICH NOT U EM AUK
AIU.E l OU WIT.
Dear IIui.I.etin: This it .Sunday,
uud 1 am mad novurtbulets. 1 did not get
The Hum.ktIn this morning; and, ivs I
went down tho street, 1 beard several
persons swearing on this beautiful Sabbath
morning, while tho church bolls worn ring
ing the hour for service, and nil of this bo.
nausu they could not get The IIui.i.etin.
Thu book stores bad ".old out," and tbe
carriers had minted thorn. Now, why is
this thui '' You, Mr. Editor, or sonio orio
else will bavo this to answer for it.
Hut this is not all of
my grievance. There is something
wrong that needs righting.
While wo havo been having it very in
tureiting courto of freu lecture In our
city, thern is much ttleut yut tbat has riot
tioun cullud out, ami all on account (if
modutty on tbo part of our learned arid
seientillo men. Tliero is, for instanco, Dr.
Uultz, who iii no douht a scientist of as
great merit as ovor impinged an undula
tlou. 1 am sure hu would lecture if iU
woro iuvitud to doJ by tbo committee,
ilut tbo doctor it not liko soino of bis
othor efoiitlilu Ir.'on1 jSil-"'!!!
...i I .. . " 'o.i.
no.. iiiuat ou eoaxuii.
no will
...
not seek thu opportunity of his own ac
count. Now, I insist that thu commlttuo
call out tbo doctor. Lot us have tho bon-
eUtof his knowledge; let hit "light shine,''
at iuo"Biin would say. And there is
" .1 ack," tbo corretnondiirit of till, lOQll.i 1 1
who it about to start a gus company
Jack could givu tit much llgbt. Let Jack
bo called, lso. Ljt thosu inturosting and
lnttructivu lectures bo kept up until Egypt
win no a uiu7o ol llgbt in the Ethuric sua
Sptttking of Dr. Hull, nnd tbn Kthoric
sec, romiuds mu of a tun I hole on Tenth
atreet, near thu rjslduucu of (J U. Wood
ward. Scbuckors has called attontion to it
several timet, but HchucUrt is tno mild.
As it local editor ho is n failure. Ho would
bavo Hindu a better pruaclior. No ono
can do jmtlco to tbat mud holu but n team.
itur who is "ttuck" tliero. Thuv III. V ft
whipped aud cursed tharu until heaven it
offended. Tbero Is it smell of briiuttono
in thu Mr and ovil spirits lovoto assemblo
thero. Danton might gut a oommunlca.
tion in tliat region. Now, I propon. that
the mayor and city council should bo
culled out with pick and spade to attund
to tlmt mmlholii. It would bo a Christian
duty. It would do morn good than tho
closing of a half .'ouii saloons. Let
these things be attended to.
Vours, Viivn.
ONCE AGAIN.
THE
OUNlAIi E-C
Hl'SIOI
IN A GOOD
A PliKASANT Kl'lVPi.K FIIOM THE
(1001) OLD UAL.
Dea Uut.LETt.v ! A I am getting
toniowhnt acquainted with you, I tbooght
It wuuld not bu overstepping tbo
bounds of propriety to addres you in a
ii moro hH'ectiormtn manner.
Now, I mutt tell you that I liko Dr.
tlohu very mucli, and tho natural forces
of tho Tin: Hui.letin tluctiirtto accord
ingly as Dr. John Is present or nbsent.
As long as hit undulations liro con line J to
Cairr, The Uti.t.tTiN ?howt tbe
symptoms of ilrst'clHit nowspapor.
When tho undulations grow moro ample,
nnd vibrato the quivering John to Spring
Held, or lomo othor Miburb of Cairo, The
Hfl.t.tniN plainly shows the worst of our
"inlolliguiiio so organize. 1 as to lu con
scious of tbe sensations resulting from,lbu
Impinging of tho inductions In tho va
rious liquids surrounding us."
I am sincerely sorry that I mado
you so angry. Ilut, why will you persist
In jumbling things together so' How
can you bavo the conscience to mix pud
dirit 'n ivbi.li tbn Inrediontt are such
execrable stulf as epithet', dithwater, old
mabls and cats '!
Don't say I am forward Just because
I nuMkflly mado n low tti'gestiont.
If ymi f rge tb cruthing thunderbolts
of satire, you n.ut remember that in the
reverboratun tbe forgor is as likely to be
hit as an) UoJy else, lfymi attack with
savage wit, thf uiiiiiy will try to origin
ato some undulations which will impingo
you with ancihllatiug force. If you will
bo good, and not talk about things which
in tho profusion of jourualitm are not ex
pected to be understood, I wi'l talk pleas
antly and say nice things to you.
Uivo tho readers of The Hullkun
genial wit ar.d cbasto humor spiced with
a litllu gentle sarcasm. This
style of writing will cru.tte rollicking fun
and luugbter among tbe reader! of Tits
Bulletin; and hu who succeeds in mak
ing tbo people forge, their troubles and
enjoy a good, hearty laugh, is at great at
"hu who makes two blades of grass grow
whore only ono grow before."
I onjoy the comments upon tho contrib
uted articles very much, as, for instance,
the note interspersed through I.otlawY'
communication.
Thero is mor in tho notoa than in the
text I Half.
lly the way, who Is "I'.etlaw," and who
does he want to impinge? I bopo "that
other timu" will never come for "J.rit, '
If bis knowledge ot science is a. limitod
as his knowledge of tboso other things,
ho won't cut much of n llguro in "enter
ing moro fully upon a discussion of tba
scientific principles involved in tho con
troversy," Hut then purhap scionco is
his particular forte.
I burdly think ho will review tbo can
didates, after your disheartening informa
tion given bim in your uoto bb'.ut telling
pooplu who ho is, so Unit they can whip
him if they want to. .Jut, then, if I wai
" ltotlaw," I should botomptelto nik if
I mutt tuko it thrashing just bucauso I
wroto a fow lines for tt newspaper.
You seo I havo tho good tasto to writo
my letters upon papor frornTiiK 1!i i.i.e tin
olllco.
I must bid you ndinu for a tiuio. If I
llnd anything real gooJ, I will let you
know about it.
Farewell, dear IIuli.ei in, and try to
think kindly ol E-c
Cairo, Ill's., April !'!, 187
TO THE I'L'IILIC,
Wo havo just opened out ono of tho
largest and llneet stocks of Dry (loads,
Notions, Hoots and .Shoos ovot brought to
this city. In our took of Dry Goods can
bo found Ltwna in the very latest of
styles. Tho l'arcalca are beautiful, also
aru tho Japaneso Silks and l'oplins.
Alpaci as can ba suan In nil shades, corded
and plain. .Su its, tho very finest. Naln
sooks und Yictoria Lawns, Silks and Silk
trimmings in beautiful colors. Djtuostic
and Calico, tho cheapest and fitiuH stock
in the city; ulso n largo stock of pieco
goods, such us Cattimores, Cottonados,
Lawsn, T und M Linen, Cliocks, etc., otc.
Our stock of thou Is very largo nnd
wo dufy competition, Our stock of gloves
It Inrgo and will bo Bold very chtup. Wo
havo also just receive 1 fiUO dozon of
Coats' und Clark's cotton thread which wo
oiler at t cunts por spool. Our rtaiona
lor appearing before thu public m this
manner is that wo havo never kept so
largo nnd One a stock of goods as wo now
bavo. Wo ask a liberal patronugu of tho
public, us wo havo purohmod our ji)ods
for cath and can allord to soil thorn cheap.
f-?XttyZZ lty - loJik tiirough
ftr goods, as wo-. , ( ,,oublu to show
goods. Wo ure dotonnlnt'l to sell us clieap
us tiny houso In tho city If not ohoapor.
In fuct, wo defy compotltion In many
articles, as wo buy all goods for cash, and
seek tho right plnco to buy, And uro
always on thu lookout for bargains.
Our thanks for patronago heretofore,
hoping wo will still retain n portion of
tho sumo in tho futuro.
Daniel Hahtman & Co.,
Cor. Sixth tt. and Commercial nvo.
"Thu Circuit lllder," by Edward Kg
gleslon, just published und for saloby
iO.I.U-at "W. II. ltoi-KWKLi.iV: Co.
Tiik barber shop is uu tho cornor ot
Eighth Htreot und Comiiiorcial nvonuo
where J. (ioorgu Sttonhouso with his gon.
tloumnly ussUtnnts can bo found tit any
hour of tho day or night, roadv to Bootho
your feollugs with a smooth shavo, or cool
your temper and head with a good sham
poo. It is a first-lass shop, nnd you aro
sura of recoiving first-class treatment.
Ladies' nnd children's hair cut or curled
alter tbo most approved styles. H.lr.-tf
FOU SALE.
Second-hand clothing, watches, Jowolry,
pistols, tVc, bought and told, Also a lot
Drusiuls' carpet, furniture, Us., for ettlo.
oppotlto Cairo nnd Yiuciinuns railroad
depot. 18B-2.'.7.tf M. CfiVNK
YoTfcli-i, ItKfllsTKli All legal voters
should sfto that tholr uamo' aro rogistorcd
so as to prevent dolay and confusion on
election day. Tbo judgos of election will
tit nt tho usual polling places to-day for
tho pLrposn of correcting tho registry.
This is tho last chnnco. LH-lt
KOOMS TO KENT.
In Wilcox block, Washington avonue,
at tbu lowest figures. 10 l-H-lf.
WILCOX.
Ten pounde of brown sugar for il ; 8
pounds best cofleu sugar at 1, 3 pounds
of choice butter at $1; baking powder -l&c
per lb; Imperial tea at il; potatoes 30
cints per pock ; 3 Ibi c.ilToo M,at Wilcox's
Dlock. 107 'J. Mm.
KOIt SALE.
Two llatturlos of two Uollcrs, each 'J4
foot long, J'J inch Dram, '2 14 Inch Flues
with tiro fronts. Mud and Sloum drums
Safety and Mud valves, Chimney and
liritchlu, all comploto and in Ihet-clmt
order ; been used only thruo months. Fo:
prlcn, otc.., Inquire of J. T. Uknnie,
5i.23.tf. Vulcan Iron Works.
ONE hl'ndT.e7)"dollaus.
Wo havo it I'arker llrotborri Ureuch
Loading Uuu, gun und outfit valued at
one hundred dollars, which wo offer for
sale for eighty dollars. Tho nbovo is one
ol their bi-st deonrbom.ed guns with front
action rebounding locks, and fully war
ranted. Enquire for ono week ut The
IIULLKTIN OrrtC-K. tt
UNION HAlvKKV.
Frank Kralkr dotircs that tho public
should know that hois prepared tj deliver
bresd of good quality nnd quantity, for
littlo money, in any part of tho city
Uivo him your orders, and then look out
for the
KED WAflON
br which ho will deliver to ou tbo stall
of life. 2JJ.:t.VClm
Win, Eblors wishes to inform tbe put
He that ho has just received a large stock
of imported French calf and Morocco
Leather from Adolph Nickel, of Cincin
nati, direct importers, nnd hu can there
fore warrant all his work to bu of not only
tho bext manufacture, but of tbo very
best material. Any ono who dolres lino
Hoots, Shoo or (jailers will find It to
choir interest to call uu Mr. Lhlers at hi
shop, ''tHh itrout, aud examine his stock
and styles beforo ordering elsewhere.
'-'03-n.Mm
Mr'. M. Swrnider has just filled
her store room with a fine stock of
spring millinery and all kind of fancy
goods and notions. Her roady-trimmed
bats and bonnets surpass anything ovor
brought to Cairo ; tbe young nnd tho old
lady, tho brido and tho widow will llnd
among thorn just what sho wants in the
wayofahator bonnet. Mrs. Swandor
has nlso brought a beautiful a'iortment of
tlowor.s und trimming;, sash ribbons, col
lar, undcrsloovos, etc., etc. Tbo ladies
aro especially invited to call and examine
goods nnd prlco?. AH goods marked in j
plain tlgurcs. 1. l-o-ltn.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
KIILKKS,
; Hoot und dhoe maker, Twcn b street, be
tween Washington avenue anil 1'opUr
street, is prepared to lii'ikn boota uml i-toou
I III tho latest and most luhIonah!e ttj lei-
He will make them to order, old or now
Kyle to suit ciihtomcrs. out ot the bit mid
freheit ktock, of which he alwayn lu a
goou supply on uuuu irom wuicu to make
elections. All fitting of bootii and sbocn
inane ny .nr. niuern la uone in ins own mnp
no foreign llttlng beliiL' u-cd tiy him.
uivo nun a can, anu no win give yon eati
tuciion.
OBSTACLES TO MARRIAGE
Happy reticr tor youm; men from tno er.
fectn ol errom and itliii'i'fi lu early life. .Man
hood rotored. ImpcdimcntH to marriage
removed. New method of treatment. Jn'uw
tnd remarkable rcincdlcn. Hooka aud clr.
iillarn nfiut tree, in sealed envelopes. Ad-lirei-,
Howard Ai-Mjclatlon. Mo. tt .South
Ninth i-trcet, l'hiladelplila, l'a. an Ini-tllu-
lion Having a iiicbrcputntlou tor honorahle
romliict and profc"loual kill. 1 l!l S diwllin
FURNITURE
AT
LOW PRTOES.
I take iloasiii7) in calling
the attontion of tho pirblic to
inv i'esh and full stock of
new and elegant Furniture, at
my Furniture and Matrass
Factory, corner hjeventeenth
Street and Washington Ave
nue. My stock embraces
Uedsteads, Wadrobes, Hu
reans, Sideboards, "Wash-
stands, Tables, Chairs, Bug
gies, -Matrasses and, in a -word,
all that is useful or orna
mental in my Jino.
This being the only manu
factory of Furniture in this
city, I propose- otl'ering bettor
goods at lower prices, and
hrtvo made a largo redaction
in the price? of r.jl my goods.
Cy.V r.'.d examine my stock
t.nd secure an outfit of choice
Furniture. To tho wholesale
trade 1 oiler special induce
ments. Note the place
Corner Seventeenth Street nnd
Washington Avenue, Cairo, Ills,
Win. EICHHOFF
Wholcsalo nml Itutail Dealer in J-'ur-nituri!
und iMutiiift;c:i.
I'jr-'.'.JT.Jm.
Dress Goods
s
Oiler this week
!
SPMNa and
KIG11TJL
'trcct
lltlwecii
CoiiiiiuM'nial
nml
W'asliingt'u
TjDress
u
At price- in
A
R
An Eleg.iuti.liii.nt'
Black and Colored
Mines
T
at lu Cts.
l.'iiibncing many
the choice! Ihcy
We oiler Ihc.Mo.t Complete Line ol
IttMllpivtotradi
Willi tin-
l'ltnniiE-'ivi:
OSK J'lMCK
Hosiery
..crMiown In thl-cllv at price a-, ,,,.. , !
I.OW a-n,.v,n,j anthuu-cinthi ' " lloll-cot Veluilt
tlailc.
Stuart &
Eott. Wood & Oo
KMKIK AVKNUK
PHI LADKI.A HIA, J'KNW.,
rouiiiiiliiri, Vuxi"., A n fin a M. lioiiMalr.,
Lump I'o.l.. Slitlilr I'illlnt;-.,
Milt' Wm -.m.
CAST. WKOtTiHTS: WiltK HAlUNllS
NEW and I MltO V El'i) CI1A IK rortbeali. i.,
Concert ami Lecture 1 1 ill.
And a fi'micral At.orltuent of Orna
iiiciital Iron Work.
K.tliuVo.i and ilclt;ut rcntoii application,
'tjitln tbn clai-tut work dc.lrcd.
K I 11-codC
rOMMIMNIIS.N MKHS'IIAM-N.
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON,
iiiccc.or tij.lohu Ii. l'hllli-.,)
General Commission
VNII-
FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
IIc:iIi'I'k in
HAY, C'Oli.V,
UATK, 1-LOIJK,
-M HAL, IIKAN, Ac.
AgeuU for IjQin & Rani Powder Couijiany.
iHt. TLNTII ST..V nlllol.MVKi;,
CAIRO, ILLS.
MILLER &. PARKER,
General Ooininission
.ixii
FORWARDING MERCHANS,
llcaler'. Ill
I'l.OL'll, t'OUN, (JATrf, HAY, Ac.
, Apciit.i for l-'ttirlmiik'!' Sc.tli!.".
OHIO LEVEE, CAIRO, ILLS.
.. I. .MntliiiVH i:. i. . i
MATHUSS &. UHL,
ronViil'dllli' V (irlii'l'ul
Gommission Merchants,
Dl'Uli'K III
1-LOUH, (tIIAIX, HAY AND
vi:stj:hn imioduok.
Oiiio' Lkvkk,
Uaiuo, Im.h
. : C. CLOSE,
(ii:m:iiAi.
Conn n i ss ion Mercl 1 an t
' t And Donltr lu
Iiiniti, CVuient, I'ln-tcr, Hair, ice.
OHIO LEVEE.
rlTI will M il In i-.-ir lo:nl lot ut imimifuc.
tuii-i" irlici, milling fii'lKlit.
'J. M, PHILLIPS,
l'OUWAIlKiNti
Ooniniission Merchant
WllAIIKAOAT I'llOl'ltlKTOIt.
I'rqirop.-trcd to lonvaid nil kimld of
Freight tu nil poiutH.
JOT'llinliit-M ntli'llilril to iuoiiiitly.
COKFUY, HAHIUHON & CO.,
(SuectHMort) to l. Html t Sou.)
AND
Commission Mercliants,
VI.Oim.iaiAIN AMI HAT,
No UJ Ohio Leveo, . OAIKO, ILLH,
Heatfluarters
ft
timiMial attraction'
CUML'EK
EIGHTH I
Mttcet
llHlHttU
Coimiiercial
aud
Wasliiiigt'n
H
0
L
S
0
Ms!
Suit the Time.
ii
and Upwards
N
exclil-lve -tylci.,
hut c ever opened.
Wu oiler this week .Special tJsl.
gains In bb-acheil
Ulon of K0OJ
HAS
KNTKKl'itl.sisV
H A Ul h
i.u Mtiiit
or
OITV NATIONAL MAI
.UHO
orvicktus:
A. It. riAl-i'Oltl). I'resldonl
it. a. TAYLOR, VIco-PTealii
11. UYSLOf, Bouretan and
ir
I. M. IUiuLII,
r. li. MnwarLiiii, I'ivi. Q,
H. It, 0CHISI.M4II, jj, ja j
J. St. PuiLLirs. i ,
llepoalta uf nay AmaaiiiS Bmo1vc
Tea lnli Upiinls, u
r.NTKKKUT pl.i on UmwiiIU at Iba ral
JL prent. par aanum, llareh lnlan.l fit
bt Ul. loUrnat sol wlthiliava la a-IJad r
llaUl; to li e principal of lb ilapoalta U'
lTlnK tbin corapoand louiaat. '
uxHKiku wowjijf xvo aiiLoaaa u
uxroaiT iioriT
X) THII 10 IUIOMII If
Opaa aiarr bulni diTltin ta,ia uis-L
and Haturdar T .n toi JAV1NO Jiin
only, from I to s o eloec.
auntf W.WHI.QH Traaanrar.
nno city yA",ioNAr,
.-i a rr kt.
-tlAIMSt, 11, LIKIMI
UAl'liAi(
lUO.UUO
Wl f. HlLl.lllAMTMlilenli
HKNHV 1.. lUI.I.IOlI, VlOB-Ftc.1d.nl
A. U.aiFKOKI), Ua.ttorf
WAI. 'I KK UVIl.Of, lUlln (latbltr
Blkinoaai
I HrnnTuLOM, lloaaai il. Ucaiuiitis,
llaiar l Hiinmr, W. P. UJ4.uii,
Uao, D. Witutuaua, htaraaa lloai
A. II. BiltokU,
axefeaauxa. f'olsi ssud UbI(ci Mataa
BoauU Haoclil H HoM.
UIHOaiTH rwalfod, ud a (coaral Usktm
bnslnaaa dona.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
US' llllUM.
It. W. Mii.i.kh, I'rotdent.
-I. AL I'm - Mi-d, Vlce-l'io.ident.
Ciub. OtirrMNUHjji, Casbler.
30LLKOTIOKH rUOMl'TLif II A UK.
EXOlUNrJK, ooln, bank notes and Units
Htatat auonrltlba bought and sold,
-t Vr-! Allow.. ib Tlnis l)patsa
VOM.TIIKiSIOI Mi:i(t:llAVI7).
PETER C.UHL,
i:.v li sivi:
FLOUR MERCHANT.
MILLERS' AGENT,
No. OO Olxlo Isovooi
C'AlllO, ILLS.
W. Strati T. lllld.
STRATTON & BIRD,
Wliolesalo Grocers,
Commission Merchants,
Auiitrt Amuriuaii l'owdor Uompiiny,
,',r OHIO TtKVKK, CAIVO.
-N. II. TliMlewood. V. .1, TliMli-woud
THISTLEWOOD &. CO.
OKNV.llAir
Commisssion Merchants,
Hi-alort In
Flour, (Jorn, Oalc, Ihy, &c.
-Vo. 78 OHIO LIIYHK,
CAIRO, ILLINOIS
UlllllllH JOHM H' ''
AmIibm of etaBual M . Orr, Ban.

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