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i ilRO BUSINESS HOUSES
Any business 111 mean have threellne
pace, In this column under appropriate heaoine;
a liberate or SI. ft" r iiioutbfct Slips year
jam iin; ...
ldnrr. SHOVe-a Tl" Wr.
a ii it r".V Teler In Stoves, Tin and Hard
nre. t.aidenend raniicr' Implements. Wire
KefrlKerstor. I'limp end Udder.
1 It Commercial Avenue, liuttet ing, end .lob
Woi k done on short notice.
i 8 MctlAHEY-Mlealcrlnhard end aofllum-tH-r"
flooring, colllna-, sidina- and siufaced
lumttt-r. lain and shinnies. Offlee and yard
vomer i wcutieth street and Washington avenue-
I.A.SfJAMKIt A UICK-Iesl.-rs in w.h,
doors, blinds, etc.. bard and Bf.lt lumheT and
thintfe. Yrl anit n flier. Commercial avenue,
oriit-r i; lh etreet.
II HA KTM AS tfsler In yuwni, Toys,
I amps snd all kiudsol tanry artirl". lmmer-r-al
avenue, corner oth street. .
W I LI -I A M WINTER HI ath street lietween
iviuiuerciaJ avenue, and Washington avenue.
Ctotatus; Md Merrliant Tailoring-.
.IOII V ANTRIM Merchant Tailor and dealer
In IUdy Made Uotliiuir. Ohio Iyvee.
Ileal Katate Aaenclra.
M. J. HOWMCY-Keal Estate Aictnt- Buy
nil n il" real estate, collect rent. Pays tsse
lor non-rewldent etc. Commercial avenue, be
tween Ninth and Truth streets
ILLINOIS CENTRAL R. B.
The Shortest and
St. Louis & Chicago
Tho only Road Running Two
DallyTrains from Cairo.
Trains Leave Cairo
J20 p.m. F:it Kxpretf, arriving iu ft.
Louis :Wp. m.; C hicago, 1:M, a.m.
2 20 p.m, CINCINNATI k LOUIS
VlIiLE FAST LINE
arriving! ClDcinnatl 8:30, a.m.; Louis
ville, tt:t a.ui.; IndUnspolis, 4.15 a.m.;
1'aaseugers by this train arrive at abote
OF ANY OT&EK KOUTE.
I:M p. m.Fsnt Mat) with sleeper attach
ed. for ST. Lol'I.S and ClllCACiO,
arriving In bt. Louis at ti :'(') a.m. Chi
cago at 4-'J0 p.m. Connectine at Odin
or Kttinphain lor Cincinnati. I.ouhville
FAST TIME EAST
raserjert by tblt tine fo through to
thfi East without anjr delay caui-ed by
J'he SATURDAY AFTKitNOON TRAIN
rlttM CAIRO ARRIVES IN NEW
YORK MONDAY MOKMNO
36 HOURS IN ADVANCE
OK ANY OTHER KOLTK.
Advertisements of competing linea that
l bey Dinke better time than tbia cue, are
are icsueJ either through igborance or a
desire to mislead the public.
tor through tickets and tnlortutitloD,
a.ibly at Illinois Central K. R. Depot, Cairo.
Qen'l Southern Agt.
J. II. Jones, Ticket Agt.
Ilnpiiv rtlifl U youug mro truin
the ffvrt ttf rrroia ami abuael in I
!) fH earlv life- ManUovt Itcstored. lui-Q
Y . i rj iieuimtnta tu tuamare reuiOTni.
3 S awl rciiiKikable remedies. Books JT
A M - 1 ..... 1 ... I C 1
aim rui-uinr nriu ji ttt iu ctipu
r5 nieloi-a. A.tderss Hosaid As-'S
k5 P4 aoc I aiiow, slt N. Ninth st. I'hila- ra
OQ ; delpliia. 1'a. An institution bar- n
(O H in( a bieh reputation tur bopor-
conduct and profesilonal
It is now conocded tbat Mr, Coleman,
tl.e laundress, No. 12 Fourth strrft, be
:wten Washington and Commercial aye
sueg, ha one of the b't conducted laun
dry establishments in the city, and land
lords of hott ls and boarding; houses will
Sud it to their advantage to call upon
Jteady for Uuniiie Anwin.
Ewtor IH-LLr-rix : I take pleasure in
1-i.tling the attention of the public to the
lad that 1 have rebuilt and re-established
the Union Dakery on the site of
the building lately lo;t by tire on Com
mercial avenue, between Fourth and
Sixtli streets, where I will be pleaded to
welcome all my old patrons as well as all
who desire a good article of bread, cakes,
-oiifectlona, etc. Frank Kr4Tky,
lj er and cleaner of ladies' and gentle
men' garments, No. 30 Eighth street,
Cairo. Cientlemens' hats dyed and
cleaned and blocked in the latest style.
Chemical soap on hand, warranted to
remove impurities from all lnU ies with
tmt injury to the material. 1m.
JPiclurea nntl llrnekela.
fc. C. Ford has removed his Variety
ilracket store to Washington aventto
near Tenth street, lit) has opened a
large stock of brackets, shelves, frames,
chromos, picture cord and tassels, cur
tain tassels lancy nails, hat racks, etc.
l'icture framing made a speciality.
Chromos mounted In tde cheapest aud
best style. lni
To all who are uflering frora the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, uer.
vohs wenknees, early decay, loss of man
hood, etc., I will aeud a recipe that will
cure you, freo of charge. Thla great
remedy wa discovered by a missionary
in Boutn America. Bend a elf-ad-dressed
envelops to the Rev. Jowpu T.
Juoian, Btatioo D. Ulble llouie, 'w
AHCAION LOUUR, NO. M.
Knifthw of Ithias, meetoeery rri
day niirht at half-iiaat avaoi I Odd
Kellows' Hall. Howe,
Chancellor ComownOef .
- , A1JCXABDKB I.ODOK, NO. M4
". tu.ui,i i ntv of Old-rel
C 3 lows, werta eery ThuraiUT night
-mmw at hair-paai stwen, in 1D" ' "?
)tnin rrial aveutie, betwein (tilth an Rcventn
rtftS yS ILL 1IAWBISB, -
e-1 it Ku IMPMkST. I. O. O. t.. meets
.yin Odd-rt llows' 1UU on Hie first and third
mcaday in every rnuntli, at nan-pasi sw
' A. Commit. C P
A CAIRO I.OLHiK. NO.37.A.r. A. M
r .. 1 .1 K.mmnhi.liltt1. In Ml
TK sonic Hall, corner Commercial avenue
' 'ami r.iirh'n street, on Uis seconu anu
;oiirth MomhtT of eat month .
BATKU OF ADVERININU.
d"AH billa fjr advertisin. are due and pay
able IU ADVA m a
Transient adTrrtiHln villi be inserted attb
rate offl W perstiuare fortba first Ins-rtion
and 50 cents for each subsequent one A lilMral
discount will be anade oa standing and disjil
for inserting Funeral notioe 1 -o Notice o(
meeting of societies or secret orders &u ceata fur
Cburrh, Society, Festival and Supper Coti
Will only be inserted as advertisemente
No adverttserbent will be received at less than
50 cents, and no advertisement will be, inserted
for less than tlij' dollars ver inonth
Mir.tl, ni NIBIIts ROH M
Of one square 1,8 litu-a space) or more, In
serUxl in Uie lii i.i.u w as follows : (lss
than oiu square couuled as a square. )
One Insertion f x r win are. S M
Two insertions er siuare.,M 75
Three insertions jer square 1 00
Six insertions per square 1 75
Two weeks T square - 2 50
One month per square- 3 50
Hneclal rates made on large advcrtit"-
menU or for longer time.
SUNDAY, A PHIL 13. 1577.
5io nnnonnrement will be Inserted
In the Uiillelln unleaa tlie ntuuey sm
rsinpssin lie same. Tbla rale Is
liapernlite. R41i:N Annoaare
inrnls lor rlly Hlrea, 5 ; Aldernmn,
For 11 (lerfc.
Editor Cairo Bulletin:
1'U-hm! say to the voters of Cairo that, yield
atothe solicitations of many friends, 1 am a
randulaierur the office of CUT clerk, at the en
suing eiactiim. I need not astnre those wb
know me that I trill if sleeted, devote my best
efforts to a faithful and satisfactory dotchaigc of
the duties of the position. Yours truly,
'sao H. bsltTM.
We are authorized to announce Mr. John B.
I'hillis at an independent candidate fur the ofilce
of Mtvt'ierk at the charter elecUon, 'J ueaday,
April I:th, I'".
for City Treasurer.
We are autbortied to announce F. M. Stock
fleth a a candidate for re-election to the oflica
of City Treasurer at the approaching election.
We are authorized to announce B. F. Parker
as a candidate for the ofilce of City Treatuer.
l or City Attorney.
We are authorised to announce Wm. 0 .
Mct.ee as a candidate lor the oflioe ot City
Ilsrmsn H. Blsck'is hereby announced a a
candidate for le-electioa to the office ol t it V
For Police Magistrate.
We are authorized to announce John J. Bird
as a candidate lor re-election at the eoruing
eliarter eltKtioa to the omce of t'ouce jaagia
irale. lor AldenuMu. " "J
M s are suthorizel to announce Isaac Waldrr
as a candidate for Alderman from the First
We are sutberieJ to announce l.eory Tocum
at a candidate lur Mermau from tle First
Editor Cairo Bi tlithi
i' lease annoiinee mv name ty reiuest ot
many citizens as a ranflidaie fur Alderman of the
reurth Waid. and oblige C.o.fATiaa.
We are authorized to announce Mr. I William
O'Callahan as a candidate for Alderman iu the
Lsrsl Wewfiier Rraori.
Caibo, III., April 11. Itr77.
tTaia. Baa " Tn.' Wjkd. 1 Vl. Wbtm
7 a m! !. ! rl W I clear
ll:Jl 30 '7 ! fl W I "
Jp.m. '.cil fs cslm I fjir
S:tt" m ;j I ;t:7 " 1 12 '
lUint'll s Inch.
Sergeant, Signal Service. U. 8. A.
Monday, April 16th, 1877.
THE EMINEN TRAOE D AN,
Will appear.In his grand Impersonation
Scale of prices: Sevent-tive cents and
one dollar. No extra charge tor re
served seats. Sale ot seats commence
Thursday, April 12th, at Pan Hart
man's queensware store.
SMfr Known to Fall.
Dr. Morris Syrup of Tar, M ild Cherry
snd Hourhound has never been known to
fail tn permanently etiring obstinate
coughs, colds, croup, whooping coutoh, nor
auy dUeae ot the respiratory organs, and
t does It, too, at out e. It is not neces
sary to take it far a long time before you
car. UUcovei its beneficial effects. Its sale
iu this community is iumieune, aud its pop
ularity universal. It should not be classed
with compounds put up by inexperienced
hands. Do not tail to (jive this great aud
potent remedy a trial. It will not disap
point you. Try It ou?e. Trial size, 10
edit. Regular size, CO cents and one dollar-
liarclay Uros., Agent.
Also a.'euts for Prof, l'arksr's Pleat ant
Worm yrup, which never fails. Pleas
ant to take, aud requires no physic. Frioo,
83 cents. i-i-iw
in tho sky is a sign of Clod's proiuiss that
the world should never again be destroyed
y water; aud viewing the tenacity with
which men hold on to life, it is surprising
to all bow recklessly they snap the liuks
one after another, by paying no heed to
the derangement of their constitution, be
cause they are so light as to soon wear
away. Mistaken delusious 1 If one of the
parts of our delicately complex orgauhiu
be Injured, it throws greater strain eu the
hersaml all suffer. Wishing to maintain
the aiimal economy In a healthful state
and to restore lost power, we have only to
use the celebrated Home Stomach Ut
tVILMAM n. SMITH.
F. M. STOCK FliKTII.
For City Clerk,
lTtED. 8. rsMllll.
For Police Magistrate),
For City Attorney,
WILLIAM g. McOKK.
For A Merman First Ward Long
To Fill Vacancy,
W I LLI A M O'CALLAHAN.
For Alderman Second Ward,
For Alderman Third Ward,
For Alderman Fourth Ward,
For Alderman Fifth Ward,
WALTON W. WIMOII T.
If Mayor Winter was in earnest ubout
the stock law, why didn't he take advan
tage of the opportunity ottered, and veto
the ordinance t
Mayor Winter ni ay bo a friend of the
poor man, but his action with reference
to the hog Or Jinanfie does not prove it.
The best physicians assure us that Pr.
Hull's cough syrup is a reliable aud
never failing remedy. AH drugging
keep it. 25 cents a bottle.
Mr George, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will conduct services at the reg
ular hours to-day and this ev eninir. Sun
day echoo! at the usual hours.
Female derangements, rushef Llopd to
t tic head, ijizvine.w, and constipation of
the bowels, prevented by using Maguire'a
Cllii'-lurango Bitters. I. 0. Schuh,
1'rof. Tice's lecture at the Methodist
church on Friday evening was listened to
by a very large and intelligent audience,
and the lecture is spoken ol by all as one
of the most Interesting ever delivered in
AT ATJCT ION.
Pr. Brigham, being about leaving
Cairo, will, on Wednesday next, dis
pose of the remainder ol his household
furniture at auction.
Wixjkr . Stewart,
Mrs. Scantland has ju-t opened a new
stock of millinery goods on Seventh
street back ot Messrs. Greer A White's
store. Bleaching and repairing done in
the latest styles. Pleie cive me a call.
No trouble to show goods. 4-15-2t
Members o the St. Patrick's Benevo
lent Society: you arc hereby notified to
atteud a special meeting, to be held at
your hall at three o'clock, this p. m.
A full attendance is requesteu. Br
order ol the society.
P. O'Loi tiHi.ts, Sec.
The question is, why did not Mayor
Winter veto the hog ordinance when he
had an opportunity to da so ? He had it
la his power to defeat Uie ordinance, or
make the council pass It over hh veto.
But he didn't do it.
Farm lor Kent.
A fine larm of 85 acres In Alexander
county, on the Mississippi river at Berry's
landing. Good dwelling, barn, well JLc.
on the place. Kent low to a good teuant.
M. J. IIOWLKY,
3t Real Estate Ag't.
Hollow ay's Pills aud Ointment
Scrolula was considered incurable until
he great discovery of "ilolloway's Pills
and O nient" flashed upon the world.
Diseaxes which battled the skill of the
medical schools, readily yield toihese peer
ess remedies. Scurvy, erysipelas, salt
rheum, itch, and all cutaneous eruptions
ire t-urahle by them. Twenty-live cent
per box or pot.
Law renreBs rrelt.
Theatre-goers should not forget that
Lawrence Barrett will appear as "Hani-
htt'' at the atheneum on to-morrow.
Monday, evening. It Is not often that the
people ot Cairo have the pleasure ot wit
nessing a performance by so great an
actor as Mr. Barrett. No one who loves
good acting should fail to see Mr. Bar
Judge Raker returned from Elizabeth-
town yesterday. The Hardin county
circuit court adjourned on Thursday
Ex-Lieut. Gov. King, of Kentucky,
was in the city yesterday.
Mrs. John Q. Uarman and Mrs. John
J. Jonef, who have been spending a few
days In St. Louis, are ex pee tod to re
turn this morning.
Ilifl Poor Mau'a Friend.
''Proclamation Jack" professes to be
a great friend of the poor men of this
city, and It is on their account that he
opposes tho "hog ordinance." If he
was in earnest about the matter why
did he not veto the ordinance when he
had a chance to do go ? His reserve on
this score is not consistent, and all the
explanations" he may make will not
Mayor Winter wauts the German vote,
and we understand he has ottered to turn
the negro vote over to the man who can
deliver the Germans, ilia bouor cannot
have a very high opinion of the German
ot Cairo if ho believes their vote can be
delivered by any man. The German of
Cairo are a das of people who do
their owu thinking aud voting, and the
tuau who undertake to sell them out will
Hud that he cannot deliver them.
Hftyftr Wimeir ihe iog orrtl.
One of Mayof Winter's strongest ani
most potent argument !n the present
municipal canvas is hi opposition to
what Is commonly known as the"hog or
dinance," w hich 1 a law passed by the
city council to prevent stock, and more
particularly hogs, from running at larire
on the street ol the city. For month
past Mr. Winter ha lost no opportunity
to pour Into the ear of every laboring
man whom he could Induce to
listen to Mm the story of
his effort to Induce the
council to repeal this, In his estimation,
most obnoxious and oppressive law.
Now, without entering Into the merits
or demerits of the ordinance In question,
we shall prove that Mayor Winter Is not
sincere In his assertions regarding his
effort to do away with the "hog ordi
nance;" tbat he has had an opportunity to
veto the ordinance, but that
he neglected to take advantage
of it, whether designedly or through
mere negligence we do not pretend to
say ; but that he approved the ordinance
when he had an opportunity to disap
prove It, and compel the council to pass
it over hi vote, it they could, is cer
tain. Last year, or about one year ago,
the city council employed Hon. John M
Lansden to reviso and codify
the ordinances. Of course the
revised prdinances came before
the council for approval the same as a
new ordinance. Among the ordinan
ces so revised was a section in which
was embodied the ."hog ordinance."
The revised ordinances were read in
open council three separate times, and
on as many different occasions, and on
the third reading were adopted by the
council and meireJ the ilynutnre of May
or Winttr in apprtcal. Mayor Winter
cannot dodge the responsibility of the
hog law. He had an opportunity to
force the repeal of the law, but de
clined, or neglected, to take advantage ol
It is charged en good authority that
Mayor Winter has accosted one ot the
Democratic candidates with a proposi
tion to turn over to the candidate In
question the negro vote ot the city, if in
consideration therefore the German vote
can be given to hitn. This is a proposition
which every respectable German in
the city must regard as an open
and direct insult, and one which
they should not be slow to resent at the
proper time, and in a manner that will
teach "his honor" and all other men
tbat the Germans ot Cairo are not a
class of men whose votes can be bought
and sold at will. Of all men the Ger
mans are perhaps the most Independent
In politics, and the mere suggestion on
the part of any candidate that he can
control their votes in a con
test like the present stamps him as cither
a fool or a knave. The Germans will vote
according to their convictions of right
aud duty; and it Is not in the power of
any man to deliver their votes to Mr.
Winter or any other man. The propor
sition made by Mayor Winter Is ail Im
putation against the character of the
Germans of Cairo which they will cause
to return to plague him at a time when
he least desires It. And it Is right they
should do so.
A Word of YVarniuff lo Counterfeiters!
The w ide-spread lame of llostetter's
Stomach bitter causes a necessity on
our part to remind, from time to time,
whom it may concern, ot the fact that
imitating said article Is a punishable ot
fence, and we now giye thU word ot
caution, that we will most assuredly
have all those persons engaged in re
filling our second hand bottles, selling
by the gallon or barrel, or in any man
ner whatsoever palraiug off on the pub
lic a spurious article purporting to be our
preparation, punished to the lull extent
of the law. We never tail to convict, as
the New Orleans and St. Louis Court
records fully affirm. Penalty for coun
terfeiting, or dealing In counterfeit trade
mark goods, as set forth In a law recently
paswd by Congress "Fine not exceed
ing $ 1,000, or imprisonment not more
than two years, or both such line and
Notice to dealers and purchasers.
llostetter's Bittters are never, under any
circumstances, sold in bulk, but always
in bottles, with a finely engraved U. S.
Internal revenue (special proprietary)
stamp covering the cork of each bottle.
fastened to both side ot the neck of
same. All bitters purporting to be Hos-
tetter's, without this stamp, are counter
felt. HoSTKTTF.R & SMITH.
Old Van Itict) in Cairo.
To-morrow tlia veteran ot the arena
will exhibit in Cairo with his new show,
consisting ol circus, menagarle. and
brigade ot trained animals threo entirely
distinct shows combined; one ticket ot
admission, for fifty cents, to all. Tho
menagerie ot wild beasts, though not
extensive, Is choice in Its selection, while
the circu includes the most artistic and
meritorious attractions in tho arenie
world the most celebrated riders, In
cluding the wonderful boy rider, Pan
Mice will certainly be lu the ling at clown
a he was wont to play in if-bellum
days. Ila will also introduce the great
blind horse, "Excelsior," aud bis most
astounding and famed trained horses, a
brigade of equities, whose military evo
lutlons and remarkable display ot Intel
lect, sagacity, and training have made
them the theme of the prolessional
world, aud the delight aud astonish
ment of all beholders. The luumerable
attractions of Pan' uew show can
hardly be portrayed. The show ex
hibits two days In Cairo -Monday and
Tuesday, April 16 aud 17,
He Wldu'l Waul a Stay.
Some two or three mouths ago a colored
man named Henry i'eager, or Henry
Alkln, was belore Judge 'Bros on a
charge of vagrancy. He was fined f 10,
and offered a stay ol execution on con
dition that he would leave ;theelty. Yea-
gw, or Aiken, a the case may be, re
fused to take a "stay" on the conditio:!
imposed, declaring that he "would bo
out of Jail In three day." and that he
would not have to leave town cither."
Ho wa locked up and iwn L
three dav after run u..-..
appeared at the f:,i auJ
presented thcjatlor a written order from
Mayor Winter ; ordering Yeagcr or
Alkin'g release from custody. The police
know Yeager for Alkln tn h a hmi n...
and he was oflored a "stay ol execution"
in oruer to get i.im out of town; but he
knew the rones, and wirh Hrr. . i.i.
back to labor with the mayor, refused the
offer of a "stay." How do the people of
Cairo like this sort of husiues ? An; they
wining to keep up a police force at a
heavy expenditure of money to arrest
men, wno alter conviction, are turned
loose upon the public by the mayor?
A Desperate Negro.
Yesterday afternoon while a number
of small boys, among tbem a son of Col.
John Wood, a son of Mr. John Koehler,
and two or three others, were playing
near one of the slaughter houses near the
MiMitsippl levee, a colored hoy named
Peter Brown came upon them. Brown
h id a shot-gun on his shoulder, and as
he approached the bqys one of them
said something to hint about
shooting, and in reply Campbell Woods
said to Brown: "You can't shoot a flea."
loungWoods, who Is perhaps twelve
years or age, was elauding near an
empty barrel, and as be made the remark
he saw Brown's gun go up to his shoul
der, and the little lillow dodged behind
the barrel just iu time to escape the en
tire charge of buck shot with which the
gun was loaded. Charli Koehler, an.
other of the boys was
not so fortunate, for he received six or
seven ot the shot in his legs in tho vicinity
of his ktiees, wounding him so severely
that he had to be carried home. Pr.
Gordon was called In to see the wound
ed boy, and found that the shot had en
tered deep Into hi legs, but the result
of the wounds cannot be determined for
several days. If is feared however, that
one ol the knee joints has been so badly
hurt as to render the boy
a crippio lor lite. After
the shooting Brown walked off,
and up to a late hour last night had
uot been arrested. The shooting was
unprovoked aud Brown should ucQcult
A Hint for Judge Biit
The Sun of Wednesday lut coutained
the following item, which was evidently
meant for Judge Bird:
We learn that a candidate tor a city
office Is very much alarmed at the pros
pect ot the liepublicans nominating a
tbket, aud declares t.iat such action will
ruin his prospects. That's it, is it?
Poes he care more for his own success
than he does for the interests of the citi
zens ot Cairo? If he does, then ho does
not deserve to be elected, and we hope
he won't be.
The Sun was opposed to the Republi
cans nominating a straight ticket,because
like many other Republicans it was op
posed to a division of the offices with
the negroes, and to nominate a ticket and
not give the negroes half the offices,
would create such a row in the
party as to Insure the defeat
of the entire ticket. Having
succeeded in bull-dozing the party iuto
making no nominations, it now proceeds
to throw dirt at Juge Bird. Whether tho
Sun desires to see Judge Bird deleated
we do not know, but if It does not it
has a very poor way ol showing Its
friendship lor him.
A Card for national Reader.
Irrational people always reject good
advice and in nothing is their tolly more
frequently conspicuous than in Ignoring
precautions necessary for the retention of
health. Forecast, on the other hand, is a
notable characteristic of the rational, and
it is the exercise of this quality which
we would suggf st to them. Protect the
system against disease which fasten
upon the debilitated, the nervous and the
dyspeptic, by bracing the physique.regu-
lating the stomach, bowel and liver, and
banishing despondency with the purest
and most efficient ot botanic invigorants,
Hostetter' Stomach Bitters. Tbat these
effects follow it use, and that it pre
vents as well as annihilates Intermittent
and remittent fevers, are facts established
by indisputable evidence. To enjoy the
twin blessings of "a sound mind and a
sound body" In all their plentitude, try a
course of this sterling medicine,
.Weekly Ilullelln nt Slew Goods,
Aud Special Bargains received
BY ST U A R T:& QHOLSO N.
We will show on Monday morning,
April ICth, and elegant line of sun um
brellas and parasols, In tilckle, Ivory and
pearl handles, and at prices that cannot
be equaled In the city. 1000 fans, all
styles and qualities. Ladies and gents
neck wear in endless variety, and at pop
ular prices. Best and cheapest Una of
black alapttcas, mohair and cashmeres in
the city, to which we Invite attention.
Bargains in dress goods. Bleached and
brown muslin. Lowest price In the city.
New and choice prints and percales re
ceived eyery week.
We make a speciality ot ladles and
children tine custom shoes, manufac
tured especially for ui, and every pair
Mr, siwander'a Millinery Baaar.
Mrs. M-ASwander want the ladies
of Cairo and vicinity to know that she
has brought on a new and beautiful
stock ot millinery goods, and takes the
best plan lor acquainting them with that
fact by advertising In the Bu'Li-tTix.
Ladies, If you want handsome spring
bonnets.of the new chips; Tuscan braids,
straws, Ighoru. etc., elegantly trim
med, call on Mrs. Swauder and get what
you want. 11 you want beautiful hosiery,
for yourself or children, etc., canon
Mr. Swandor and Iget what you waut.
If you want kid g'ove of best quality at
extremely low prices, handsome ueck
tie, ditto; beautiful flschu and lace
bib all size, ditto: fine handkerchief,
lace, plain, and euibrolded, vailing of
all kinds, ditto. Mr swander oner ail
theie at prices that defy competition
She also will bleach and pros bonnet
and hats for the most reasonable price.
Cairo, lias., A prll 12, 1S77.
Mr. C. O. Taller-
Sir We the undersigned citizens, Ir
respective of politics, will give you our
support at the ensuing election If you
w II consent to become a candidate lor
Alderman of the Fourth ward:
V arrcn' ' t-'In,
VCol'', . J-W. McKlnuey,
Chas. Gallgher, L B. Wallace,
John P. Holme, F. M. Ward,
M. J. Mc Gaulcy, A. Swoboda,
Peter Lohr, John Reese,
Geo. Koehler, F. M. Wootou,
Geo stehr, W.W. Wooton,
C. II. Osterloh, 11. II. Hodge,
Cairo, III., April 14, 1877.
MPfpa.IV. H. R TarI V f ...
other's,tFV' Hcdauley, A.lroat, and
Gk.ntlf.mkx: In response to your
request, I announce myself as an inde
pendent candidate lor re-election to
alderman of the Fourth ward, pledging
myself it elected to work tor tho interest
of our ward and the city.
Yours. c. O. Patikr.
t'nlted wo Mast Be.
It U the duty of every'good Iiemocratto
go to the polls on Tuesday and vote for
uie.nonunees on the Pemocratlo ticket.
iiy united effort on the nart at the mpm
hers of the Democratic uartr everv cm.
uidate on the ticket ran hi.
elected by a handsome ru.ilorif v
but If we ailow petty jealousy and per
sonal preferences to step in and prevent
us from voting lor this or that candidate.
then we might as well not have nomina
ted tho ticket at all. We belleva il num.
ber of Pemocrats who will not vote the
ticket to be very small, and the greater
portion of this number will be found at
the polls on election day ready to vote
the Pcmocratic ticket straight.
Tobat-eo aud Cigar.
Merchant,grocers, and saloon- kecnera
should not forget that Messrs. Corlis &
Rankin, proprietors of tho Prairln 4tt.s
Tobaceo Factory at Metropolis, have
opened an establishment at the corner
of Sixth street and Ohio levee in this
city where they will do a wholesale and
retail business In the tobacco and cigar
litie. They have on hand the largest
aim most coinnluto stock ct
oba'co and cigars -ever opened
in Cairo, and are prepared to
supply the wants of the trade at the
lowest living prices. Dealers arc In
yitcd to call aud examine their stock .
A meeting of the city Pcmocratic cen
tral committee was held at the office of
Messrs. Mulkey, Llnegar and Lansden
last evening. Besides the members of
the committee present there was about
twenty Democrats, representing
every ward in the city.
Challengers and a . rallying
committee" for each ward was appointed,
and other important business pertaining
to the election on Tuesday wa trans
acted. The challenger and members of
tho rallying committee will ba notified
of their selectioti, and it is important that
every man performs the duties assigned
him promptly and faithfully.
A lew ot the leading Republicans of
the city met at Messrs. Thistlewood &
Ilitikle tobacco warehouse on Friday
evening for consultation, and to agree
on some plan to be followed during the
election on Tuesday. It seems the meet
ing was not well attended, there being
only six or seven persons present. The
proceedings were secret; aud it has
baked out that they discussed "the sit
uation" tlioroughly.and finally decided
on a ticket to be run on Tuesday. Just
what the ticket will be has not trans
pired. Some of them, we are told, ob
jected to supporting Mayor Winter for
re-election, and it is not certain that his
name will appear at the head of the
By reference to a card elsewhere in
this Issue of the Bulletin- it will be seen
that C. O. Patier is a candidate for re
election to the city council. Mr. Patier
has been in the council two years, aud if
re-elected will.eudeavor to serve the peo
ple ot his ward aud the city at large to
tho best of his ability.
Mr. Geo. Yocum Is also a candidate
for re-election from the First ward. Mr.
Yocum Mias served two years in the
council, aud his course has been houor-
able in all things, and if re-elected he
will continue to serve his constituents
fairly aud honorably.
Tlis Serond Ward Alderuiauuli.
Mr. Moorelock, ihe Democratic candi
date tor alderman iu the second ward, Is
a gentleman In every way qualified Tor
the position, and lu the contest will re
ceive the united support ol his party.
He Is popular with tho Germans, of
whom thesecoud ward has a very large
number of voters and he will receive their
almost solid support. Mr. Moorelock
will make an active and useful member
of the council.
Mr. William O'Callahan Is a candidate
lor aldermau in the First ward. , Mr
O'Callahan Is a candidate lor the seat
made vacant by the removal of Jewett
Wilcox. Mr. O'Callahan Is an oldresldent
of the First ward, aud la well-known to
nearly every voter lu the ward, tie Is
popular with his ueighbors, aud will re
ceive their hearty support on the day ot
the election. In the couucil he will dis
charge bis duties faithfully and without
tear or lavoK
Ike Walder is in the field a candi
date for Alderman from the First ward.
Mr. Walder ha bad considerable ex
perience iu the city couucil, having rep
resented hi ward iu that, body lor
several year. Beside he 1 one of the
heaviest tax-payer ol the ward and ha
an Interest at stake. IU will be hard to
beat, aud la the council will make an
efflchut and falLbiul afllcer.
Reftlgerator. the terr beat, at a
Hallry's, 115 Comercial avenue. Also
efoves and tinware, toilet ware, table and
pocket cutlery, garden and farmer' im
plements, piows, corn planters and
thcller. gnlkey rakes, and a general
stock of stores, tin and hardwar.
flower stand, both wire and wood,
flower trainers, different tyle, hanging
baskets of air kinds : the larirear. rhi
of bird cage In the city and will be told
very low at A. Halley', 115 Commercial
There will be the usual Sunday or
vice at the Methodist church tbla morn.
Ing and evening, Kev. D.J. Gulham,
the pastor officiating. Sundy chool at
three o'clock. The public are Invited to
Doesj He Own b.em
Mayor Winter say he baa the negroes
solid lor him, and even goc o far as to
assert that he can turn them over to any
other man for whom he wishes them to
rote. Poes Mayor Winter own the col
ored men of Cairo? Let tho colored men
answer lor themselves.
Mr. George Fisher has been reappoint
ted surveyor of the port of Cairo. Mr.
Fisher has made an efficient and faithful
officer, and so long as the Radical "run
the machine," we hope to see Mr. Fish
er In the surveyor 'a niTW.
The Rev. Air. DiUon-Lee will enter
upon his ministration as rector of tli
Episcopal church to-day. Hours ot ser
vice 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sunday
ichool at 3 p.m.
Horse, buggy, harness, and a complete
outfit tor the Same. 'I'ha tinraj- rlvA
ears old, buggy and harness nearly
new. all for a hundred and fiiiv ilniiara
Apply toN. W. Hacker, 70 Ohio levee
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JSteaiiur James Fisk, Fuducah.
DRS. CANINE St WHITLOCK.
Ilaviuir entered Into a co-csrliiernhio. tur tha
utrpose of practicing dentistry, in all iu
ranches, would resDectlullv inform ihote need
ing the services 01 1 dental opera(or,tbat they
are prepared to attend to their wants in every
ihe tilling of teeth done in tha most satisfac
tory manner. Inserting aiuiicul dentures, al
ways wiui a view ot restoring, as lar as prac
ticable, the lott contour aud natural exiiresaion
of the mot.! improved methods and materials.
teem extractea absolutely without pain by
using nitrous oxide gun.
They extend an invitation to all. to call and
see them and solicit a lilieral share Of their pat
ronage. Work guaranteed. Prices moderate.
C A.M.N K a n illllOth,
11') Commercial avenue, between Sin and utb ts.
Strayed or tl
A null dot-, all white with the excention of
one black siot ever the left eye. The doit baa
been missed for about one one year. The par
ties who now have him will'please return turn
to his is wnil owner, or sutler j prosecution to
the full extent of the law .
BOOTS & SHOES
Coflee, Sugar & Syrup
Specialty In Teas
Goods Delivered Promptly.
37 Court Place, LOUISVILLE, KY.,
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