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iilliO BUSINESS HOUSES.
siole. - ny hlr'lneseilrmrsnhave threellne
, In tin column under appropriate beading
a liberate of l tv per month or iSperyrar
payable ipiarterly In advance.
llnrrtware, Ntevea d Vtm Ware.
. tlALLKYrli-rinttov,Tinanl Hsrd
ari, liaiilrn iiul ramier' Implements, Wire
..eod, Itefrlgertitirs, Pumps and Udder.
Hi nmmrrctil Aimnt. liuiteiins:, and dub
W oik done on shortnotice.
I. s.Mi i.AHKY- Healer in hard and soft lain
Irr. flooring, ceiling, nitiiiK anil surfaced
tiiint-r, lath and shinglei 'flier nml )ard
i orncr raentieth tml anil Winding Ion avenue"
LANCASTER KlCP.-Iiealers In seOi.
dixiri. blinds, etc., bard ami unit lumber and
ihlngles Yard and ohW, Commen inl avenue,
orner 17th street.
L. 11 AHTM AS f'ealer In Vneensware, Tovs,
Lamps and all kinds of fancy article. Okiiiimt
; ul avenue, corner nth sheet.
WILLIAM WINTKW Sixth Mm( Ulwio
I ouuiiciciaiavcnu and Washington avenue.
Clothing and nrn hnnl Tailoring.
IOUN AM RIM -Merchant Tailor anJ dealer
lb Ready Mailt- Clothing. 78 Ohio Levee .
Rml taint Agenrieii
ii. I. HOWLEY-Real Estate Agent Buys
nd tells real etate, o.liect rent, pajs tai
tjr non-residents etc. C'omruerciai avenue, be
tween Ninth nni Tenth streets
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. R.
The Shortest and
St, Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
Daily.TremB from Cairo.
tired talh whtealisK
Tralne Leave Cairo
I 2i p. ii.. Fat Kxpreps, arriving in t?t.
LouU S:.'J p. in.; Chicago, T'-'i", a.m.
2:20 p.rn, CINCINNATI & LOUIS
V1LLE FAST LINE
i riving In Cincinnati is-.M, i.m.; Louls
vil, t:2 a ru : Indianapolis, 4:1' a.m.;
Passenger I y this train arrive at above
OF AlfY CTHEK EOUTE.
1 :'!" p. in. r sst Msil with sleepers attach
ed. for ST. LOI H and tlflCA'.o,
ferritin in St. Lonl at (i:3rt a.m. Chi
r aeo nt 4..1M p.m. Connecting at Odin
or Eil.oeham lor C'iufinntti, Louisville
FAST TIME EAST
Vifurnrrr by this lin l!io';h lu
the Kf Without any delay coued by
Ihe SATIKDW AFTKRNOOV Til A IN
FlluM CAIKO AKKIVL IN NK1V
UiKh .MOXI'AY MoKM.VIi
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY Kllini KOrTE.
Advtrti-c merits of competinr lin?ii that
tbey m-.kc belter time tuan tbia one, aro
are i-.-ucm1 t liber tbrouijh ignorance cr a
defire t.j ui'fclead tbe public,
hor tlirouti ticket aud informatiun,
ipt ly at Jllinoi Ontral K, K. I'epot. airo.
(Jm'l Southern Agt.
.1. II. JoNE-. Ii. k. t Ast.
t ir. iMait UiiDdry.
It in now eonM'ilnd that Mr, (.'oleniiui,
:Lf laurn.lr'e, No. 12 Fourth strtft, be
:wcfti Waiihingtcti and Commercial av
j'.K S, has one of the bet conducted laun
.try etabli-hinonts In the city, and land
fird of hotels and boarding houses will
3n 1 it to their advantage to cull upon
A Heady for Buaineoa Again.
Editor Bi lletis : I take pIc.Kiire in
railing the attention of the public to the
tart tint 1 have rebuilt and re-established
the Tnlon Bakery on the site of
the building lately lost by lire on Com
in.rcial avenue, betwevn Fourth &nd
4' 'Mxth streito, where I will be pleased to
welcome ull iny old patron." a well a? ail
Vi ho desire a good article of bread, cakes,
:on(ection, e tc Frank Kiutky.
IfullowMy 'a 1111 mid Ointment
Scrolula was eotisidered incuiabla until
be great discovery ol "Hollowsj's l'ill
and U nu nt" lluhlied upon the world.
iieaHe whiib hutlled tli skill of the
medical grhooK readily J ield to these pi rr-
f ie rctuedic. Scurvy, eryaipelai, Halt
rhtum, itch, and all ruuiieotm rriiptiuun
are curable by theui. Twenty-live rents
per boy or pot.
'otiee to I'h-1h) era.
All persons owing taxis on real es
tate and personal property will save
costs by paying the samo on or before
April l"t, 1677, as I am bound by law to
commence making out my dclitKiuent
list. 1'tTKR Sil T,
lw .Shcrifl and Collector
Caino, Ills., March 2Sth, lfc77.
The annual meeting of the stockholder
of the Cairo City Gas company, for tho
election of Directors, will he held on
Monday, April 2d., at the ofllce of the
company in the city of Cairo, between
the hoar? ot 10 o'clock a. tu. and 2 o'clock
p. ru. B. F. Ulkk, Secretary.
4 To all who are suflering from the
' " errors and Indiscretion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will send a reclpo that will
vtire j ou, free of charge. This great
rmi'iiv U'nft ilicAiirl hv & fttlsfiion&FV
U . V-t-. U.-VWIV.V J -
, South Amtrlca. Send a stlf-ad-ilreased
envelope to the Key, Joseph T.
Jnman, Station P. Bible House, Sew
' ASC: AXOK I.Ot'QE, Ml. 51.
Knlfrhta of Pythias, taeetatTery rrl
day nild at half-iiit nno, in (Mil-
ellow' Jlall. MO,
I hanellr ( onimandef.
ALKXANDKU I.OlHlat, NO. W4.
luiWpendi-nl Order of hld-l-lown.
inwu ery Ihiirvlar nlnht
at balf-Dant trir.n. in their nail oa
Jnmmerr.iat avrnur. between sixth antf frrrnto
'rn-ta n ill av. lUaaiNa, .1. U-
IVII'.o KNCAMI'MKNT, I O O. r.. Dierta
Vlii Odd-Krllow IUU on tbr flrrt and third
I iiewluy in every luoulu, at faalf-t era
A :AIIl.lLMtK. Ml.i:n,A.r. A A. at.
Mr Hold reirular miiimnnii-ationa in Ma
JyT iiiu: Hull, curtirr CQUiniw.lal arnu
' aml triKhtli alrert, on the tecxinil aail
'ourUi Monday ofearb umuth.
K4.TK OF ADVKRI IMINO.
tf"AU bills for ailvutiamt, are due and pay
able in abv axes
Transient ajverlising will be inserted at the
rate of 1 1 UU per square for the first Insertion
and fW rents for eae.h subseqnrut one A libera)
discount will br made on sUadioir and diajjl
For inaertina; Fuaerai notice 1 w Notii ol
roetUiiff of societtea or secret ordtts Jo etiU for
Church, Society, Festival and Supper ootirrs
will only be inserted as advertisements
No advertisement will be received at less than
6(i cents, and no advertisement will be insnrteJ
for less than three dollars per month
LOCal. HI UlSI.MW SOTKII
Of one square (S lines spai ej or more, in
serte 1 in the BiLLtriN ai Ioilow : (Kens
than one square counted as a square.)
One insertion per square $ W
Two insertions per square 7"i
Three insertions per square 1 Wj
Six in rtlons jk.t square 1 75
Two weeks per square 2 50
One month per Fqtiare 3 50
Spi-cial rates made on large advertise
ments or for longer time,
VKDNFIAY, AI'KIL 4. 177.
TO miia ri St.
nniinuiirrnirnt Hill hr Inverted
In me ftnllerln imle. llie money nr
rniiinillr llie ine 'I Ola rul la
liiirrllt r. U t I l.i Aiinonnrr
meiit lor rlly Oftiee. ; .tlilermsn,
I or t It J t lerk.
W are authori'el Xi annoum Jam W .
Stewart as a caod. date for re-eliction t'i tlie !
lice of . 1 1 y Clera ut ! apl'roaci.ii t iharurr
Kditor Cairo bolletiii :
Mms i-ay lo tlie TuteM ol Cairn tdat, vieMing
t) ttie anlir.itatlons of many friends, lama
candidate ..r tiie oBii-a ol city cerk, t Ibe ea
'iiijK eection. 1 iie-d nut tjifcure iIiok who
know me that I will, ir lwtd, devote my tt
rlloitii to a faithful and astialaetory disct.argcof
Xhr dm ea ol ttie oitlon. Yours 1 nil v
FtlED. . M.1U,
Wt are autlicrie 1 to announcer'. M. Sun kj
fi-lli a a candidal f ir re-.vtion to the olln a
of City Ireasurer at the approaching election.
We are authnriri-d lo announce B. F. Parker
at 1 1 indi l ite lor the olh.e of City 1 ieai ui-r.
Tor CUT Allotoej .
W e are authoril to announce Wni. Q
M (.it an a candidate lor the otliceoi City
Ilarnikn II. Iila-:k;is here'iy announce.) as a
can ii late lor f-elecliou tj the utile ol Lit V
r y .
f or Paliro Nnglalrale.
We are authorized to announce Thomas Lrwii
as a candidate at the eniiung charter election
for i'oiic Magistrate.
Weare authorized to announce .TolinJ. Rird
u a Candida s lor re-electitn at the e-nninif
charter elirtion to the oihce ol 1'olice lafi
trate. FDiroa Ilft.iETix: Please announce 'my
naiue a a candidate for the other of Police
Mak'ilrate, at the next mnniritml election.
O. A. OBouir
Weare authorized to announce the name of
Charles L'elav a a candidate for the orbc nf
Police Magistrate, at the coniinf charter elec
tion. (.oral nealher Bpor.
Caiho. III., April 3. IT."
UxH I Tu.
'.) ' 3s
.iO itl t..
I AMKS WA1SON,
PtrKmct. Sumal ejvloe. L". s. A,
ONE NIGHT ONLY.
Monday, April 9th, 1877.
MANAULU T1IO-. A. HALL
The youthful and diatluguiehed artiste
MISS MARY ANDERSON
Wlios performances throughout the coun
try hive been a series ot brilliant tri
umph, will appear in this city
Monday, April yth.
Inker admired petsocation of
Iu Lord Lyttou's brilliant and utorlle five
act play, entitled the
Or, LOVE AND PRIDE.
Tlie cttft including all the proia'nent ar
tints ol tho eompaoy. With litlinjr seen
ery and appointments and an admirable
at)iDuient of the characters.
SE?URKI .-EaT-S tl i
Seats are now on mle at Dan Ilartman't.
JTleriion at a distance can engage scat
ny man or teiei?rapiK
We w ill pay no bills for goods or mer
chandise purchased for tho Blllltix
by any ot the employes, unless tho pur
chase is made on a written order signed
by the president or secretary of the com
pany. Caiko Bulletin Co.
Jcfl Browu has takeu chirge ot the
barber shop on Kighth street, near Wash
ington avenue, lately kept by Daniel
Lamport. Jcfl Is a good barber, and so
licits a share of patronage. (Jive him a
call aud satisfy yourself. tt
niaaolulloii of (arlnerablp.
The copartnership lately existing be
tween Jacob Burger and Henry SVeiss, un
der the firm and style of J. Burger 4 Co.,
was dissolved by mutual consent on the
IStnUay of March, 1877. Mr. J. Burner
assuming the liabilities of the old firm, and
to whom all claim due the said Arm
must be paid. Jacob Bi'Ro'eu,
March 81, 18:7. Uinrv Wmis.
Juwph Stegernn Mls Faunle Schal
mr wer united In marriage by Justka
Comings on Monday evening.
The Tabareo Male
'1 he sales of tokacco at the Farmers'
and Planters' ware houses to-morrow,
Thursday, will be Very larKe, auuthe
quality of tobacco better than at the pre
(.(-titling and Kobler,
THE LIVE TA If.OltS.
The funeral ot ltobert Jesse lleattt,
who did in this city yesterday morning,
will take place to-day. Funeral train
will leave the foot ol Fourteenth street at
3 o'clock p. tu.
"ITis Wlda AsskM."
The "Juvenile id Awakes" are
making great preparation for the enter,
lalnrueot to be given by them at the
Atheneum on Friday evening. They are
devotine much time to rehearsing, and
ate determined to make the entertaiu
Ineiit a uccts.
An auction sale ot a lot ot Hue bed
steads, washstands, .bureaus, carpet", ted
clothes and everything uual and neces
sary in housekeeping, will take place at
the corner of Kighth street and Commer
cial avenue at 10 o'clock Wednesday
morning. Al-oaCne lot ot Blacksmith
tools. FREL. .llOFFHEtS
A . IteNer A Son. auctioneers. 'Jt.
I. H . Ii. C. burial nop
A social hop will be given by Die
knights of the above order tin next
Thursday evening. April 5. Sir knights
desiring the attendance of friends cu
procure invitations for the same on ap
plication at the hall, this or to-morrow
evening. Bv order of Tiik Kpew.
Cairo, Ills., April 3J. Is77.
We the undcrsiirued have this day
formed a co-partnership, for the practice
of Dentistry In all its various branches,
under the Hrm name of Canine &. Whit
lock, Surgeon Dentists, H1) Commercial
ave. It. II. Canine,
lv E. W.Whitlock.
'Hi is i.s a dangerous ea.ou. and often
the lotideet mother's care is no protec
tion against coughs and cold and hoars
nes. Dr. Bull's Couzh Syrup should
therefore be kept in readiness Price,
t lertioa otlcc
On Saturday, April H, 177, at the
Arab Engine llouse, In. the city of Cairo,
Illinois, Lti election will be held for one
Trustee of Schools, of township seven
teen, south range, one west, in the coun
ty of Alexander and State of Illinois, the
polls to be opened at nine o'clock, a. m.
John M. La.ssden,
April 3d. 1S77. Township Treasurer.
Arab Ilro Company I.lertiou.
"The Arab lire company held their
regular annual meeting tor the election
of officer cn Monday evening, when the
following offlxrs were chosen:
President B. F. Biake;
Vice-President A. Lohr;
Treasurer Wood Itittenhoiue;
fcecretary F. Clark;
Board of Directors Wrn. Trigg,
Win. Oliver. Charlie ArterJ Frank
Iv'ratbl- otul lrm.tl.A
I always have been and still Km sole
proprietor and manufacturer of Dr. Win
Woo l's Fever Pills. Anyone selling a
Wood's Fever Pill not made by mo, will
be prosecuted to the lull extent of the
aw. For sale at the New York Store, A.
Swoboda's, F. Italy's. P. O. Schuh's
Barclay Brothers, and at my office.
Sold In 50 ct. and 1.00 boxes. Special
rates to dialers on application. Sent
postage paid on receipt of price.
d&w-tf. Dr. W.m. Wooi.
"PltcuiUK lirapH "
Between live and six o'clock last cven-
lug Chief of Police Gossman and Con
stable John Cain captured a couple ol
darki-s near the gas works, w ho were
engaged In a game ot "craps," or di .-e,
for money. When the officers came up
with the negroes there were six oi them
engaged in the game, but lour of them
succeeded in making their escape. The
two who were captured were taken be
fore Justice Comings, who 'assessed the
usual tine against them, and in default of
pay nit tit they were euto the lock-up.
l'ardoiied by Ilia aOtriior.
A Springfield special to the St. Louis
fiyuLlUan dated April 2J, says : "Got.
Cullorn to-day issued a pardon for Abra
ham Parker, a colored man who was
committed for larceny at the May, 1S74,
term of the Alexander county circuit
court, and .vho was sentenced to the pen
itentiary for seven years. Following
the excellent practicu which he has es
tablished it is made known that tho par
don U granted upon the application of
the judtre of the court and the prose
cuting attorneys, who state that recent
developments iu the official knowledge
reuder it probable that he was Inno
cent ot the crime lor which he wus con
victed." Denltaenlly Willi ttie Nloiuaeb.
Do not rack it with violent purgatives,
or permanently impair its tone with indi
gestible drugs of any kind ; but, if your
Ulgestiou Is impaired, your liver out of or
der, your frame debilitated, or nervous
system unstrung, use that wholesome and
agreeable alterative aud Ionic, lioitettet's
Stomach Bitters, which will certainly af
ford yon the desired relief. None of the
oillolnal remedies can compare with It in
restorative efficacy, and as a medicinal
stimulant It is by far the nioi-t desirable as
well as popular article of its class. Its ta
si, the, essential principle ot sound rye, is
the beat possible agent for hastenio the
action of the botanic ingredient which it
holds in solution, and those iogredluats
are tbe most efficacious which chemistry
extracts from the Tegctablt kingdom, and
medical science applies to tbe cure ot dls
I all For is SSrellnsr to Orranla lor
the t; tinner V.lerllon
Cairo, In s., March 3ti, 177.
To the lemocrscy of the City of Cairo:
A meeting of Democrats will be held at
the city council chambur on next Wed
nesday evening, April 1th, H77, at ; 3D
o'clock, p.m., for the purpose of organ
izing tor the forthcoming city election.
John (J. Ilarman,
John II. Mulkey.
D. T. Elnegar,
.las. W. Stewatt,
C. W. Dunning,
W. IE Green.
W. H. Smith,
R. IE Cunningham,
O. B. Straughn,
C. M. Howe,
V. II. Morris,
L. H. Myers,
C. W. Bradley,
0. K. Mtoran,
W. H. Grear.
Thos. W. Holiday,
J. IE Metcalf,
1. E. HarMl.
w. m. William,
Sol. A. Silver,
C. W. IIet,dfrot,
J. B. Ostrander.
G. D. Williamson,
W. P. Halllday,
IE L. Halliday,
W. A. Redman,
II. J. Howlcy,
J no. E. Henderson,
M. J. McGauley.
W. F. Pitcher,
B. F. Blake.
J. M. Phillips,
and many others.
Wm. J. Ward, Eq., of Metropolis,
was in the city yesterday on protessional
business. Mr. Ward was once twenty
years ago a resident ot Cairo, m lact,
was one ot the lirst men to open a store
In Cairo. Leaving Cairo he turned his
attention to the profession of law, and
now enjoys a large and lucrative prac
tic. City Attorney IE U. Bbtk is In
Charleston on professional basines.
Kev. B. V. George lectured in Villa
Ridge last evening.
Hon. A. II. Irvin, "oar member" ol
the lower hou?e ot the Illinois legisla
ture, catne.home on Saturday evening,
and remained here until last night, when
he returneJ to.Springfield. Mr. Irvin is
regarded as one of the working members
ot the houe, and is a s ite an 1 prudent
Mr. T. J. Boy t, aceoiupitiied by Mrs.
John S. Crutn.au J her sifter, Mrs.C. Cor-
bitt, all of Vienna, were In the city yes-
Rev. G. H. Garrett, pstot of the
M. E. Church at Harnsbunr was iu the
-Mr. William Lytle. agent for the
well-known commission house of II. T.
Eawler, Nos. 75 to S3 Peters street, New
Orleans, is iu tlie city on business for his
O. A. Harker, Esq., and C. X. Dam-
ron, r.sq., of lenna, were in the city
on legal busiues yesterday.
Judge Mulkey has gone to Shawuee-
town on important legal business. Mrs.
Mulkey and family accompanied him as
far a3 Metropolis, where they will spend
a few days with friends.
Anions? the arrivals at tho Arlington
House yesterday were X. E. Eliesthorpe,
Chicago; J. Hubbard, C hicago; J. D.
Gillispie, Union Hill; W. W. Atherton,
Unity, Ills.; A. C. Atherton. Hodges
Park, Ills.; F. E. Stone, Chicago; J. W.
Hotelier, Evansville; W. Darby. St.
Louis; Kobt, Mitchell, Indiana; B. W.
Jones, Du liuain; John S. ;Mtiriey, For-
Among the arrivals at the'Sr. Charles
yesterday were : C. E. Clark, St. I.ouis;
Jas. Ballard, St. Louis; Jas. 11. Bugg,
Paducah; Chai E. Webster. Fredon'm,
M. V. ; A. K. Tasltt, St. LouU; J. Ii.
Farm & Daughter, Bostou; D. L. Hawk
ins, Cape .Giradeau; E. W. Gould, at.
Louis; J. L. Pvoberts, Springfield, 111.;
Jas. Uudy, Evatuville, ; John Morcau,
and W- B. Goucher, Pittsburg; Mis M.
Flnly, St. Louis; Miss S. M. Gill, Hi.
iegh. X. C; C. X. Goldsmith, Cin.; W,
W. llolstineandL. Whitney, Chicago;
R. Brooksido aud R. Brookside Jr.,
Salem, Mass.; L. P. May, Indianapolis;
O. A. Harker, leiina; Geo. 1. Burton,
The next two weeks will ba full ot in
terest to;the amusement loving portion of
of our community. Ou Friday evening
our own little folks, the "Juyeulie Wide
Awakes," will give an entertainment at
tbe Atheneum, which will be a diversion
from the ordinary run of amusements,
and one which will certainly "draw oit a
lull. house." On Monday evening, the O.h,
Miss Mary Anderson, one ot the most re
nowned of American actresses.supportotl
by an excellent wrap auy, will appear as
the "Lady cf Lyons'' lu Lord
l.ttton'l Ninons and most nni.nlar
play, the "Lady of Lyons, or Love and
Pride." Miss And rson's recent per
formances In the southern cities attract.
ed the largest audiences ever . gathered
In the theatres: in nianv Instances sur-
parsing, In point ot numbers, thgreit
throngs attracted during Booth's great
success In that section last season. Ou
the evening ot the 11th, Wednesday eve
ning, Will Carleton, the famous poet
lecturer, will appear here under the
auspices ot the Woman 's dub and
Library association Carleton's reputa
tion Is such . that the mere an
nouncement ol fthe fact that he
Is coming Is alt that is required
to iusure him a large audience. Follow
ing Carleton. Lawrence Barrett, one oj
the greatest of American tragedians,
supportod by one of the finest companies
In the counlry, will appear at the Athe
neum here on the evening of the 10th In
his iff cat IniDersonation ot "Hamlet."
This is one ot Barrett'a greatest plays
and many of the ablest critics lu this
country and Europe sey that while he
nas out one or two equals, tie nas so su
perior. Meter Kaowa to rail.
Dr. Morris' Syrup ot Tar, Wild Cherry
and Hourhound has never been known to
fail to permanently curing obstinate
cough", colds, croup, whooping coujh. cor
any diseae of the rpiratory organs, and
it does It, too, at once, It Is not neces
sary to take it for a long time before you
ear, discover it beneficial effect9. Its sale
iu this community is immense, and its pop
ularity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
baud.-. Do not tail to Rive this great and
potent remedy a trial. It will not disap.
point you. Try It on-e. Trial size, 10
cent. Itegular sie, fn cents and one dol
lar- Barclay Bros., Agent.
Also agents for Prof. Parkjr's Pleasant
Worm Syrup, which never fiN. Pleas
ant to take, and requires no physic. Price,
25 cents. 4-4 ivv
rievtloii orilHUk Ollirera
As the annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Alexander County Bank, held
at the bauk in this city on Monday eve
ning, the following officers were elect
ed for the ensuing year :
F. Bross President;
Peter Xefl Vice President;
II. Wells Cashier;
T.J. Ktrtli Assistant Cashier;
Directors F. Bross, Peter ff, C. O.
Patter, Wm. Klujre. Wm. Wolf. A. Sa.
satiki, of Cairo; J. , Clemson, Caledo
nia; K. L. Biilingsley and P. IE Brink
man, St. Louis.
in the sky is a sign of OjU's promise that
the world should never ah'ain be destroyed
by water; and viewing the tenacity with
which men hold on to life, It is surprising
to all how recklessly they snap the links
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of t'.eir constitution, be
cause they are so light as to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusions ! If one of the
parts of our delicately complex organism
be Injured. It throws greater strain on the
others and all sutler. Wishing to maintain
the animal economy In a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
ue tbe celebrated Home Stomach Wit
Statement otthe condition of the Alex
ander County bauk Monday, April 2d,
Loans aud discounts
Due from other banks
Outfit and furniture
Interest (savings department)
Cash on baud
Capital $50,000 paid in $25,000.00
We, F. Bross. president, and II. Wells,
cashier, of the above named bauk, do sol
emnly swear that the above statement is
true, to the best of our knowledge and
F. Bross, President
H. Wells, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 3d day of April, 1S77.
Ait reo Comings, Notary Public.
lie 1 1 llcikle.
The question having been raised as to
the eligibility ot the county judge to hold
the office of police magistrate, a telegram
from Springfield received Just before go
ing to press, in answer to one sent in ref
erence to the question, says : "Attor
ney General Edsall says a man may be
county judge and police magistrate at
the; same time." Tlie couiity judge is
not a justice ot the peace, and therefore
the office ot county judge is not iueora.
patahle with that of police magistrate.
The Medina To-Vijthl.
The meeting to-uight will not, as sup
posed by some, nomluate candidates tor
city offices. The meeting is called for
the purpose ot organization that is for
the purpose ol appointing a city, central
committee in whom authority to act may
bo vested. We suppose, however, that
the meeting to-night will d'jclde when a
convention to nominate u ticket shall be
held. Let every Democrat in the city
who can be present lo-night.
It Easy, Sriabbor.
Wn predict that the Democratic Con
vention in this city called for to-morrow
night, will enu in wen, u t s wan ana
finish this paragraph the day after the
Never fear, neighbor. The Democrats
ot Cairo are too near a unit ou tbe
questions flat will come before tbe met
intr to-uisht to cetinto a wrangle. We
predict that the couveution will be one of
the most harmonious ever held in this
city, notwithstanding the iutimatioua of
the Sun to the contrary,
Tarlor Cm I es-ltti a (.
The Ladles Society ot the Presbyter
iaa church will give another of their en
joyable parlor entertainments at the resi
dence of Col. Jobs Wood, on Fifteenth,
1 AE. J .'.
between alnuf street and Jefferson avc
nue, to-morrow, Thursday evening. Tha
exercises will connlst of music, reading,
recitations, etc. The Mends of the
fhurch and the public generally ar In
vite.!. Parlor Fislerlalniuenl.
The Ladles' society of the Presbyterian
church wl'l give another of their enjoy
able parlor entertainments at the resi
dene of Col.;.loht Wood, on Fifteenth
street in Ibis, city, on Thursday eveuing
ot I the present week, w hich their
friends and the public generally are In
vited to attend. Tho exercise will
cindt of uuHe, rending, irritations.
For l ily Treaanrer.
Mr. B. F. Parker Is announced in this
Issue ot the Brt.i.nm as a candidate tor
the office of city Treasurer. Mr. Parker
Is an old citizen of Cairo, and ha done
more than most men of his means tow
ard helping to build tip and make
a city out ofit. Mr. Parker has many
wnrm friend, and will make a hot
race for his opponent.
New Orleans, March 27, 177.
Mr. II. C. Wilkes, from this date
ceases to lie In my employ. He Is not
authorized to collect or settle any ac
count In my name. Oscar Chopin.
3-30-1 w '
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