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THE DAILY CAIUO IiUXLETIN: THURSDAY MOUMMO, MAKGTt la. 18715.
I lOKOMOXAL l-'AUl'S-I'TIYSirlASS.
TTTi TiVi n ajTtTi . d.
OKFIOK: Kl;;!ith ami WaMilnutuu Aviuuo.
Office biiiim-D. . m. I MP,.
KKS1I)KNCK:-Cirne.r Nineteenth anil Waidl
II. MARFAN, M. 1).,
Iloiiiconiitliif. i'liysiriaii and Surgeon.
Offlcd IM Conimurclul avenue, llcidilence corner
Fourteenth ht. and Wbinsloii nv.rn tiu, Cairo,
It. SMITH, M. D.
OftVe and KciduViiri' :
NO. Sl' THIRTRENTU STREET. CAIUO. 1 IX.
U. K. AY. AVIIITLOCK,
OrpicK-Ni). i:ic ('onimiTciiil Avenue, behvoi-n
Eighui and Nlmh St i .-t t-
It AV. C. JOCELYX.
ol FIi K Xlirtitlt Street, neur Com men !nl Avenue.
JLNlAiAU Jc LAN'SDhN,
OKI'Il V. -No. IV'. Commercial Avenue.
TIIK DAILY IUJLLETIX
OKKH IAI. i'AI'KIiOF Al.itXANllKIi l'OfXy.
nly jrtiriiiiiir Daily in Suutlicni Illinois.
JJR MA Vtn:.
Wearc niilhori;-',1 In t,rnoiuin' 1 lint C.U'T N. H.
ThisTi.i-.hoi,: Ir a caiiiliiliU" fur tile tiaVc of iuyur.
We are ic.stlioii.a'd to lUinnitnce tlie name of Al.
V"Ei lioMiNuc u ii eimilUlute lor City Treasurer at
Ihc cimiiil.; city election.
Wo an- atlmr'.'.'.ed to aimounce the niune of Wm.
tkrIj. IIui-toi. i a cinuliilmi! Tor tin- oliicc of City
"i'rcttKtircr. at Hi" ciisi'.iiic. charter elcctain.
We are autliorb-ed to aunoimc" tlu-.t Mtu:- W.
J'ahkkii f-nc'iinHilate. at tlie enmiti.' city clcitiou.
for tli ofllc.: til' City 'i'lca-crci'.
EliiTim lit'l.i ktis: I'leuie nnnoiince thnt I am a
c.undidnt i I"! ilie officii of City Treasurer, at the
appruachiti;: clly i.-lcitiou.
We arc lUitlioilzcl to iiii'io'tiicc W. I". Sriin kkiis
h a candidao fer City Clerk at tin' iil'pioiichin;'
municipal :v 'lion.
Wean iiuthnrl.i-il to imtioiincc I.oiih T.. avis
an a ciiiiiiiuato for city Clerk at the eiisuiiu; mil
Wo an' .'iv.tliori.v 1 t unnoimci' .Iuiin IS. pnii.' is
B 1 Cnmlnl-ile lor re-election to the office of City
Clerk at lie n; ,roai:ii;:i' iu:i:ilc.iial election.
We an t'uiri zed to announce that Wit.l i am H. Hnwi:
i a ciiti'Udale for the office; of City Clerk, at the cu
Bitiri"; fit', clcctloii .
Sn; vat fM ri''K. (
I'Ainn. III., .March -. I ,'.). I
Time ll'ir. Titer Hum Wind, Vel. Wcntlier.
:! in WM 4o CS NU Clear
11:11 fi.' M NK .'i Clear
2:(Hmh l' 47 sV 4 Clear
rj:W " ",O.IT (17 1J S '.I Clear
Max'. '1111111 Ten pern in re. iliuimiini Teia-
riru:uic. 11 : ; lluinl'ail, U.ta) ln-ii.
W. II. HAY.
Sr.''t Signal Corni-. L'. A.
r)i; Sai.k 7l)( two story lm'.i"' ,aii(l
lot, on A':tsliind;tiii itvi'iiiH', in it 'ii'iilnci!,'!!-
liooil. House liu six rornus.
LOCAL lNTi'.LLHil'.Nl K.
There wi'd be no skating
Next door above Jim !lo--' is where
.J. l Staneil keeps tho.e tine fresh meats.
Anewimliistri.il establishment in the
Fourth ward a photo tent 'on Eighteenth
John A. Vt'ui! gli, s'cretary of the
Mound City .Marine Way; company
iu on the hack, yesterday. j
Mr. Thistle wood divest, d himself of
his Alderiuanie habiliments, lest they j
mhoubl impede, his progress in the race for j
the Mayoralty prize. j
AVe h 'iir intitnatnuis of a pnrpos- to'
liolil a "nriate ne'eti'ig" ol citiens sonic
'ver.ii:g soon the object being to counsel
and advise concerning tin pendingcity elec-
Among the freight cars in the Iliiuois
Central yard is one belonging to tliV Chi-
csgo, Uulington end tjuincy railroad. It is
numbered U.lSti a fact that indicates the
ownership of a vast amount of rolling
Dr. Marcan's hilt ha? finally been al
lowed as recommended by the bomd ol
health. If the Dr. will accept $33 in full
payment of his claim, the council and the
newspapers will 'clap their hands and give
Mr. AV.1I. Ray, ht: of the signal ser-
vice, is now numbered among "the. fathers
t the Uad." as on Tui-d ty night his wife
bore unto him a bright little w.-ven-pound
lxy. Tho youngster being the first born
is, of course, it prodigy.
Tho famous mco horse Harlem is now
wii'al by Mik'i O'Doniiell. who bought
him tor 4:100. It is Mike's purpose to take
the buiuml to Ht. 1iuis, and on the courses
there, put hitn down to his level best. It is i
not known how fust Harlem really can run.
Mound City has u cas i of smallpox in
tlm jiers on of h colored man, who resides
, in ntlu r th'uily settled portion of the
City. The fact coming to the notice of
Mayo. Ern.,;i.ii7.i, yoti-tduy, the house
where tlu; pa'.i"ii'- iiet,., wa promptly la-
ibslcd ninl Uolht d,
Thni'i of tV"u -John Eitzuatrick,
Holwtl McDoiiahl ttnd Tlmm u Funny in
duln'id i" very plain drunk, and weic
pulleil iut tho prcsencu of Squire
lloblns-W), yesterday, t na-wr therefor.
As tins dignity of thn city hu'l stiff red but
lumutcrial'y, t!io"thife of '."a'' wer.- 2n,;d
only oni) dollar ninl costs, cuch. Having
no money wherewith to jmy, the thn'O of
Vnt got three tl:ys each in the ctihihooup.
Our ti'inpemnce folkn uml cvcryhoily
interested in the cause of'temperunephhotikl
nott'oret torememherthat the club will lo
addressed to-morrow nijht by Mrs.AVillurd,
a lady of nuieli ability and an enwing
public speaker. Tlie same ludy will atl
dress the AV. C. T. I', tho evening fol
lowing. The nimble of many skates will not
be heard issuing out of the skating rink, to
night. The cause alleged for closing the
rink to-night, is that is rendered necessary
by tlie progress of arrangements looking to
an interesting occasion next week, of the
details of which we have not been in
formed. .Mr. AV. AV. AVooten has been appointed
to the puMtion of Health Ofliecr and will
enter upon a discharge of his duty to-day.
Much is expected at his hands. He must
enforce n general cleaning up, and not hesi
tate to enforce the law against the negli
gent or refractory. If lie will do this the
people will applaud and sustain bini
The Illinois Central is bringing in
quite-a number of stuck mules, to go South
t supply the demands created by the
wants of the planters, etc. Now that the
sv'a.-on fur preparing the ground and put
ting seed therein lias arrived the Southern
labor market as well us tho nude market
will show a niark' d increase of activity.
The long stretch of sidewalk leading
tint to the old beer garden serves no good
purpose, and as it is rapidlygoing to decay,
why can't the sound planks and timbers it
contains be utilized elsewhere? It would
furnish enough of suiind planks t displace
all Uie Kitten, dangerous tm-s in til 1 the
most-traveled sidewalks of the city. Left
remaining wle re they are they will go to
decay, and render good M-n lc to nobody.
To whom does the political "Miat-is-it."
of th- Sun, p'fer. when he .-peaks of the
unreconstructed Democrat of Tin: Ih i.i.i:
Tix' If on; nomocracy bears the taint of
suspicion, we are happily ignorant of it.
If the Si n man's politics bear the taint, of
Republicanism, he'll find it the hardest
job he ever accompli
in bis life, to get
five decent Cairo R 'pubiieans to certify to
it- Tli'itVtlw. Vmi.I ivl'n imlttic!!! structure
HK js i fever. Ri v. Mr. O's child is, or was ye?-
-The probability exi-ts that we shall j in ".!".viaent of good le,:lth.
have three or tour candidates for the ofliee I A young negio man named .b.nie
ol'C'lv Attorney three, most certainlv. I Daniels, went on board the steam-r John
Thi may complicate the canvass somewhat; j
leit if Mm, iner tln I'.-ndi dates, lie tliev fVw I
or main , the man who holds that law is
confounded on justice, and that the nii-crc-ant
proved guilty of ars in should he forced
to marry tiie girl, is to be found, our duty
as ili-e'riminating sovereigns will be plain
An old gentleman, w-lin le-hli's mi the
Levee, mid supplies huii 'ty iravetei, with
tootiiMHiie refre-hlil'Mit-, heard the sweet
tinkling of bells, th- nth t night, while ly
ing upon his couch in a meditative
m ind, and pres-ntly a mild musical voice
Spoke out of "ether bine" these :: !-monitor,-
word--: "Join the Catholic
church, orlr-il i- your juation." Tie
is that old fellow declares licit he
to h,-( d. tlie adnio'iiiion.
Tiie fear immense ( '"doii lat'k;
fair I'.'T. L. car-stationed on the
ves'.erdav. at tlie i , t
Sllie'.led to the Vel'V heavetis We
1 not have mention this inat'o r but 1
: c itisi'leration. Trtiinps end rou.-t.dii
1 won! to coagi 'gate iu tl,at vicinity
up in '..he railing1 and sleep upon die sunny
l i.lev. -ilk. With t!te coal oil neh stand
ing at IV) iiegrei s, IVtelt'.b urn, these poor
f lbo'. eou'dn't d llid it. : r,d coiiMjU ie ly
Ice! to ,1g"t out of that."
. 'il lc- n put in tip-top
- ord ate; is. e-icei '.ly in the e.iunati
' oflsil: Porter, the engin- t iu cloug", a liiing
of b auly an I a j .y, co ist-tntiy. Sin' is a
: ni'idel of cleanliness, and an object licit
j Porter never wearies in pn.i-ing. All of
. which is conliraiatory of th abf ration
I that engineers. conceive an a act:: i! atl'ection
j for their engines, and. iu tint", not ' their
achievements and failures with much the
same interest and solicitinb' that a i'.ther
watches tic development of his hoy.
The two bruisers who were arrested
while engaged in a terrific "bout" at fisti
cuffs, on Tenth street, Monday morning,
wile, we hear, turned into the same cell
to await their trial. Restraining their im
patience until the officers bad left the
. promises, they resumed the fight, and lieing
t.,lUikiiy matched, succeeded in giving each
j (,tli'-r enough of sore-lcud to lust them tlie
I wloi ,,.aMl, They bunged one another
j u maimer that wonid be regarded "hor-
j rible" if each had not df'-erved every
! Ihtiuip the other gave liim.
The chain-gang has
n tlo'mg good
M-rvice, of late, in putting tin ler ground
the caivas-ies of dead animals ami the great
pih s of filth, that have been thrown upon
the surface of the ground just siitsido tho
Mississippi levee. ( n Tuesday they buried
tJO dead hogs and dogs; and much work of
the suiiu kind remains to be performed.
The foul accumulations there once disposed
of, th- good health of the city demands
that no more be allowed to iiecuniulnte.
The bodies of dead 'inbuals should be
thrown iu tin: river or buried ut one.
--' ,-ln-.! iict Pniiin witli shivery if you
can: but savy lies L'uii u iinvhti.v." I'nd 'r
'.leit laioiiillo'i tin an -y--not the Hepuh.
lie m party fou.'hf, ua s thu firt injutuv
tl iU J ujiij ot iinpasfiibbt Kccauiplishrn-ut.
tho other was obeyed. There is not . an
lmnest Republican living who will not con
fess that tho long-deferred Emancipation
Proclamation came finally in obedience t
a pressing military necessity. Lincoln was
elected upou a platform openly deprecat
ing interference with, shivery in states
where it existed under the sanction of law.
Tho Inter-Normal contest between the
State Normal nt Normal and the Southern
Illinois Normal at (Jarbondalc, is fixed for
this evening in the building of the la.-t
named school in Carbondale. The chief
feature of the contest is a dubate between
the representatives of the two schools on
the following proposition: "Resolved that
tho U. S. Government ought to take steps
to secure such a modification of the treaties
with China as would prevent further Chi
nese immigration." The debate will be
followed by music, orations, declamations
and the reading v( essays. The judges are
Honorable John 11. oberly, M. AV. AVcir
and E. M. Prince.
Our Thebes correspondent, Mrs. Snob-,
in her letter of the 4th instant, gave u an
account of the finding t'.io dead body of a
woman in a wheat field in that vicinity, h.
loiiginuto ?i'iiruThompsou. AVriting shortly
ul'ter Ilie hodv was found. Otir Conv-i'i'li 'lit
selected what ceemeil to be the most relia
ble of the .several reports current, and fur
nished it to us for publication. Ir.tjuiries
sn!i.-e(iiciit!y extended disclos:.'d a different
state of facts, which Judge Marehildon
very kindiy furnishes us for publication.
Our obligat". his are iiodv tlie less to our
coresponden'., however, for, but for In r
thoughtful attention, we should not have
received either tlie original st ry or the
correction of ii.
Oneot our Corp- of repoi-'cis meeting
the Rev. Mr. G.-.irg1. Tucslay afternoon,
wa.-. af.er an exchange of civililie?. ad
drcss"d by that gentleman about as foii iws:
"I am g ling to Dr. M Teaii'-. The baby
is sick (.f ga.-trie l'ever." Slraiglitw.iy ami
very naturally the repoi'trr dotted it down
that Rev. (.J -org.' was after Dr. Mar 'an, be
culise his baby was sick of ga-tiie lever.
Tiie h.nu'ua're amhorie.l the infefnee:
but tli" iidbrmatioi, the reverend gentle
mail intended to convey, and which bis
language plainly coininuuicated, was that
he waMiiaking it trrmliy call iiion Or.
Marean. wltos.' Iiabv Was sick of ga-ijie
Means, while ly.ng at the
day. and asked for Mork,
The mate told
him he could go to work at ct-nts an
Jiour. which Daniels ileelim i t i do. Ang
ered at tiie boy's refin-al logo lojwork, the
mate orb red him oil' the boat. This old ,
not being prouipliv ! vcl, ilie mate je;t
bis I'evolv.:!-li"ar the SieLT's h ad. and told !
and t!i-' ivgro
tic chore he Went i
-! im's oilh-e, and I
!,IT t. The f.els i
recited w ie sworn lo bv
ieis. and the mate was lined S" and
whieli In' paid. As a returu fir.- tie
tie n swore out a w ni.int for tic arret if
Daniels, aliening that he, ll.uiiel:, !i:d
ii-aviia l.iol on lulu. Daniel--m his i rt. 1
d-1 1 -.re, that ii" isad tli knife, in his hand
bef.,r the in i'e appio.ielied him. Iu.u;!
take!! it oil! (i! his pocket to llv.' til" "Hit
pit ki 1." W bleu eon-til ".'.('- .1 part ol 1C- 1 -.-
', chiie ry. D ml .-Is wa-. not put on tlia!. and
! as th" Means peet.-d to leave port ia-t
'night, it is not puibable lha! he e.-i
, will be.
--While en route homeward, about on--i
o'clock ye.-terday nioiiiing. Chi-f Ail.',
1 heard a woman shri -king end .- 'reaming a-
if for dear lib-, sola ewh- lc in liie vji 'i: : i ty
I of the co.i'.'en;, 'i ll i 1 1 1. i ?i g t ! . a t a MUid'r
' or s ;iu greai Mitiag u is h.-'ing commii! u.
o o 1
't indi" :t- d to him by
'.e: , U!,
: ! a v. ay i'r- mi a
I, lier liu b.. I.
.iieoviial iie . no
ly -treggling lo
in, v. ho p-o ',i to
ding lb" n, .!! i- :
iearie'd I'm t
n woman nil been worki.i
on tie-tivcr in the c. ielty uf i lumber
man!, and disliking h a- hu d ind'- p.-opii .
had h ft lu-r boat, got drunk, and was on
thehunt for a T iviati.e-, by marring", toglvo
them "hail C ilutnbia." The husband did
not di -trust the ability of his people to
"hold llc ir own" in a verbal battle, but
was unwilling that tle-v should see hi- wife
in stieh n dniiikeiiMtud disheveh d condi-
tion. For this reieaiii he was restraining
her, and because of the restraint, the had
aroused the whole neighborhood by her
shockingly proaine. vulgar and blasphe
mous outcries. I hi: (.met reli'-v, d th" liu.v
band ot his ohstivper itis charge ami escort
ed Icr to the cilaboiise, where she re
mained until morning,
We ask the att union of our readers to
the card and announcement of dipt, N. Ih
Thistlewood, who ibis Morning, publicly
avows that he is a candidate for Mum. For
sometime pa:: it has been understood that
tie) Captain would become a cimdidatc,
which fact called out u gener.il discussion
of his fitness for the position, chances fur
election, etc,. The number of voters who
will support his opponent isneith r small,
nor i.i it insignificant it) point of influence,
but quite nil of them will agree tli., t tho
Captain is a gentleman of intelligence, a
citizen who ru iiiil'Mts h bv iin'm ; interest
in fdl laudable aims mid enterprlsi t,f tlio
city, mid u m m, who, nsMavor, w,,:i!, keep
a wati ldul eye upon tic timrnl ns Vv i J I us
niutciiai well being of th city. ;j , vvud
il i confe.-.'d, b 'lid his ,-,t ,,i,.,r,ies
to th,- wink that in' V
"i to his
hands, and, while performing it with In
dustry, and a conscientious regard for the
public weal, ho would require at tho hands
of those, whose ofllcial conduct it may be
come his duty to supervise, the sunns vigi
lanco and attention to duty. Doing all this
he wouh become what Cairo should never
be without', a good Mayor.
Two colored boys named Tom Rich
ardson and Willie Smitli had "lots of fun"
lust Sunday, clodding cuch other- Think
ing over tho matter a couple of days they
both arrived at the conclusion that it wasn't
fun after all. Meeting yesterday, the sub
ject was brought up for discussion, and
words proving ineffective arguments, they
resorted to blows, and were plugging
each other most viciously at the
very moment that ofliecr Cain came
in view of them. They were arrested, of
cotitse, and taken before Squire Comings,
who fined them ill such a bland and eouit
ous manner so adju.-ted the .storm of the
law's wrath to their ability to endure, that
it is now the great sorrow of their lives
that they are not ;M years old, and unable,
therefore, to give the Squire a "lift" for
A negro man uh ) had been loitering
ab'iui Mr. Hur'ier'.s counter-, yesterday
morning, approached one of the ale-meii,
..ad desired to be shown a particular arti
cle in the dry good.-' line. A dry good'
.store beinir a pretty good school wherein
to study human nature, and the salesman
being an apt scholar, saw something wrong
in the negro's countenance. Instead of
displaying th.' goods asked for, h called
the darkey into the tick par! ol the store,
where eyeing him closely he d niaiided that
he disgorge the dry goods he had concealed
under his clothing. The negro protested
that It ' "didn't have nothing:" but the
salesman : f i -i -1 i i in such a peremptory
manner that the son of "Afrit a's golden
!:::. id" concluded that he had !mv:i
watch-d, a:.d, accordingly c i;:na -la-d
di.'go -gieg. He drew from under his
coat two or three whit napkin-, and then
going to th- same place, puiied out two or
thr-" more, an
1 stopped. "Go ahead!"
h'soian. "Out with the la.-t
dfuianded the -ah
one in them." Til
darkey t':!ied under his
coat the third and fourth time, bringing
out a handful of napkins each time, and
again slopped. Jiut hewa- ucrcely or I -red
to go ahead and entirely unload hitn.-' '!. or
he'd lc taken .-traightway to the calahousc.
lie i":::i!Iy agreed that lc had a few more,
and tii.-gorged until tui iit -i'our white nap
kins had I n produced. T,',e siipieioiis
and exacting clerk wu-n'l yet -atisiied, but
insi. ted upwii searching the r.i-i.ai and
l.and'n hint over to the authorities. '',is
see:.,,l to have tiie de-ired i tl'.-ct. He
again c oinc'iicd tiii'.oa. liiig, this tini pro-
d ie::i', red napkin-i.
them out until a pi!
had been i '-. ov. r -d
big as ih." :i" .Til'.- b
mitt; d i i depart.
! of thirty six in
a bulk nearly i,
lir-t reci iv'' r tie'
ralice that if he Ic't'el
about the sior ;.'..,i:i the
s v, o
two to one tint lie wouiu :;
('ni.i.'.i'trv iu ;.i,s :.t Trg,
iti1.' -.: :
lo on'e r at Ri-f.i I.TIN.
'.. So-, i n i1; ( ,
... P.;! ale ate
.. are ii
lei ,-',i: ol
Tin: weil known and popular h v.-e i-i
icr. A. Marx ! now in tin- Ciiy of w
York, piiieiia. iu.- a i'uli -to -k of clothing
and I'll a' bill', .goods ad-p, ', d to the -e.i-
s Hi. A lin ing
111 a -boil
Ul..i-.e 1 ll.'l'
good- will commence a: riv- ,
lime. p. uiics who intend to i
-, should awail the arrival of :
Iu! Nil DF. i) IX A Wi'll'AT-KIEI.Ii.
'ri ,;i.:i -1 cn.u r: r in ):,.i,atioN t, tui:
I.g.M If I'V KI I.N I LY lot -. IN Till: I
rlM I'V o-' 'I u:.u: s,
i , tiler ! "I"i. i iiii-o i:c!:e:in :
I s.nv in the coluinns of 'I'm; Pullli in
I I, l. till. to. I lit II.
Ibe tilli i n.-t.. II) lie" lil'st Item ol Ilie
Tie b '-i ol icslioielellce.Slglied "Mis. Snobs,"
ihal ii dead body was found iu Ks-,, Tiiomo-
: onb. wheut field, sdd to b" tho body f)f
r ; i;. p..,.,, .i,,,
o; I ,'l I .'I "I I o I lii, ,,.j, i. 1 1 ' i
had be -,, an iuuiale oflhe pio: hous .. Mrs,
Snob, not b-ing well informed of the facts
I and conditions, I will make a fail p-port
of the true fuels of the ease, to correct error,
; for lire benefit of the pill lie, di ci ased's
ivi,.iu ami fainilv. Ifanv.
I'irat, the hotly found wa reeogliized by
four or live of the jury men tube tiie Icviy
of a wonuin liy the name of Airs, Mnrry;
but, with hoiii j diller.-iu.':.' of opinion con
cei'ii'uig her t.liristiiiu nnuie, Some thought
her nanie to be Jam- while others thought
it Annie; but nut Morrison alias "1'reW'ter."
S 'cond. The cause of her death God
knows bed hut nficr a thorough exam
ination of th" In ly. the jurois wer.- of the
opinion that the cause of her death was
from being destitute of clothing, food and
shelter. . The body was completely desti
tute of everything pertaining to comfort
teing thinly clad in cotton goods, having
on no stockings, thin shoes completely
worn oul, ami no hluiwl, Dec uised also hud
in her hosain some black walnuts, which
would naturally lead persons t ) believe
that she luid guthercd them for ths purpcsii
of relieving hunger. Tin jurors ciimu to
the conclusion that no woman of the age of
45 or 50 years, could survive the inclemency
of thu previous weather, particularly with
such thin clothing and an empty Htonnch.
It l not at all pnhable, thcrfforc, lint
dcHsli testiltcil from ilisean' of the In art or
upopleitic slreki;. It is mure prjliiiblf that
she dii dtif disheartened disease, as she re
alized her positionwithout homo or
Now, I will give you a copy of the ver
dict agreed upon by the jurors:
"We, the undersigned jurors, sworn to
inquire of the death of Annio Hurry, on
oath do find that she cuino to her death by
destitution, starvation mid want of shelter.
Severe Marehildon, foreman; Thomas
Gurncr, John Ham, Green P. Gamer. Hold
cn Cully; Louis ivtitt, O. G. Ford, John A.
Dolman, Charles Mason, C. Uradshaw,
William Pctitt, Hugh Crain."
Mr, Editor: Ry publishing the above,
statement you will do justice to the jurors,
and oblige, yours Truly,
Skvkiik M aiicii ii.do.n.
Thebes, Illinois, March !fj, 1871).
CAl'T. X. II. TIIISTLEWOOI) TO THE
VOTEI.'S OK CAIRO.
in-: i:xTi:ns Tin: man as a casdidntk fok
-M.WDIi AMI ASNOCM'KS TIIK Cl-NLItAI,
I'ltlNt IIM.I-.s THAT W I I.I. (UlVIUtN HIS All
MlNIS'l'ltAI IDS' OK I'l 11I.IC AKI-'AIHS IX TIIK
KVKNT IU- Ills r.i.i;crio.
Cmuo, III., March 13. 1 s7l.
Having been generally urged by some,
as well as having received a very flattering
letter from a number of my fellow citizens
to become a candidate for the olliee of
Mayor of this city, after due reflection I
have consented to submit my name to the
voters of the city as a candidate for that
My views upon all questions which would
be likely to come before tlie city govern
ment for its action. I presume, are us well
known as any letter 1 could write would
make them. I believe that all governni'-nt-
- i adlnini-'ieivd a;
bV-ing and im;
to fouler the
" the fewv;.t
I b 'iI'-,- e i ry elieoui ag' luelit
gi in to all manufacturing and
:! cut -rpri-s th i! tea t build
uii i.'ir i it an.i er ( iMpb'Mue.-.t to tts cit
izens. 1 believe the adiUini "ration of tlie
city alVair- should be -ue!i as to afford lie-gieaii-s!
protection to the life and prop! rty
of il- ei; ii'ii-; and to these (lid-. I pledge
iny-elf, if elect, d. to impartially and faith
fully labor. N. !!. Tn if n.i-.Wdiij).
R. si-, i ii kl- Co. are in receipt of R.i--A.-Co's.
Pale ale an.l iliiinii-r' Dublin Poit'T.
Ewtmu's printed at tin- lit i.i.r.ns i.Hl. e,
i'l.oo ier M. Envelops f'.uni-ie-d at
Lot;':- whoh-ale ,i-t j-iriccs for ru-xt 1!0 the
Always psv- -nting a new and novel pio
gran.i.u . the 'I'h. atre Comiipie can tint fail
to ie-1- all those w ho will vi-it th il .ee.
Th. t 'atl tt . appear
spei ialtii s. far -urp
in Cairo in that I'm
early and r"e tlie
las' evening in their
iag anythiugyet .seen
Don't fail to come
tutifiil female min-
.-! p .-.
S .i mi :;s Al U.M1..N.-
( ur .1.11 t read-
I i : itten
! paper, a:
em I- c i, led I i 1 air I ..! .
r V ( ' i.. in auoih. i i -iilum of ;:,i .
interested -ho.:! I ad Ir -- -aid
;lli : W e w. iild call your a'.', 'ti
de a iv.-iti-i ne at of Jnlm-ton'.-
i 1 ei:
; -t, il.n
.-t int. an Works in .'.:e th r i
I'itt.-burr c::o:r. i
a i'T- - Mr.
I,- ing a re, i..
m l Ie,,,-,:-: !;
Mat : lid
:-t:ated ( ata-
- juiati. and nt!" of tl
t 1 1, a'.ers iu the I'ni
!'-. hi- Large and Hi
U RfM -All e'.l
it (ill W ililll! e I,
iptiolls. go In tie
'I'h -y ii-iM- it in "
M i; is now in
w s'o, ! of e'ot!.!
:!-. .'ii ;rx ha-
a, l,t -lUebing' Il '
tin,. I'l-:: :
and lumber of
aim i!o A ji.t
w Vork buy!
ml gent- i'e. n!
iict alt, nti, a
II I- II '
111' I -.
id I.--I- C
-; hl;,e. -If
11 co-,i,. !l;
'.re ; :wa -
iing v.otn lus ei. -to
in tie- front tank -or-
i.u the be-ire .-.-:
of tlie late. 4 ' lv!i s
' and be-t qin!!: . and prb-
'.- the owe I, p.
,.!!',,, ,v v,,:i u, u- ,'l t'oc
I J'' "IN" ''" r"
plot'i -sional or
, oil baud lie- I.U:.'e.-t
C. W. Ilelidel-'OU ha-
stock and grente-t vari-
I ,;.v "'' 1 !o- ll';' li:""i IVrN' r",i'.
il:'"' ' '"'" ' v"1' l''llll-ht ,llis Ii'!'k',.
"rock bottom prices," Al-.n m,
u-k of pietols at the lowe.-t
ifiees W ay dowtl !
Ils-t en's, Pale ale and (iitinnes-' ligb
n Porter at R. Smyth A- Co.
C.miio HI., Maich 13th, KO,
la and afi.-r ilds date Until fur! In r
notice, rates will be 1" d llts p(!' 101) bs.
on all clas'ies St. Louis to Cairo, and 11
cent.- East St. Louis to Cairo, via Cairo
Short Line- i!;ii uoiu Route.)
J nr.s .hiiivaiN,
R. Jo.Nl.s hason hand for the use of his
customers, the very le:,t leather ami
material for line und heavy bouts and shoes
ever brought to this section. His work
men are first elms. His work the very
best and prices as low as the lowest. Sat
isfaction guaranteed iu all cases.
lhss &('. Pah; iih; and Guiimws' Dublin
Porter at R. Smyth A Co.
$35 Rkwaiiu.-TIic above reward will bo
paid to any person who will give informa
tion as to who stole u lot of hide ni'd calf
skins iVoin Kirastoti's A Smith's alaughter
Imiisn, on Ilie niht of the 87th " r.'lru-
ary, ls?u. Kvnabton isMrrn.
, llarcli lib, 170
AVastkd To buy a light spring wagon
and a small horse and harness at Tini
EixuiTiN office. E. A. lit hnktt.
IJnANca Ofkilk of Williams' Steam Dye
Works, of Evansville, at Mrs. James' No
47 Eighth street, Cairo, Ills.
Louii.i.ahd's Tin Tag smoking tobucco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lori I lard's Nicklo Nuggets and Dime
rfv'uggets, for sale at V. Korsmeyer's at fac
Eon u good shave for ten cents, a good
hair cut for twenty-five cents, go to Henry
Schick's baber shop, No. 113 Commecial
AVanti:d.--Ten ('copers for slack work.
Mkmciiis, Coopkkaok & Mk'o.Co.
Estiiay Notk i:. Supposed to have been
stolen, a red and white cow. Ear marks:
slope oil' of the right ear and crop and slit
in left ear. Taken March Oth, from a col
ored men giving name of Johnson, and
from near A'illa Ridge, The owner can
have the properly by proving ownership I
and aying charges.
Notk i:. n allwiiou it may cosci.u.n :
The Cairo lliiiletin will pay no bills con
tracted by any of its employes, or any one
connected with the R.dleiin. unless the
same is made on a written" order signed by
myself, and the order must be attic bed to
the bill when presented, M)d no contrails
for advertising or job work are valid uiilcm
the -nine aie endorsed by myself.
E. A. lit kskt'I .
A. n.w.i.i.y, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware inert-hunt, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery in I fancy good-. Hi- cook tovis
are among tie- la'.-.-t end le-t pattern- irid
are not excelled as bakirs by anything in
th" market ; they are of the heaviest make
and will last h tiger and u.- - b-.-s fuel than
any other. Sold so e!n-,e as to make it tut
object to call and examine. Everything
else io'.v to suit th" times.
(: l-.itY. Why will m-;i smoke common
tobacco when th. y can buy Marburg Pro's
"."-rut id Nul'.l t'el'olln i" :.t li e .-lIio. toil
! Cni.w Jack -on'.- be-t -Mioi-t Navy Tu-
v. .' ai-Y!:i:i;km;ats.
IfAiuo t st. liOns u. n.
1 umIhc-1 ion o' liatt's
Ti ) -
oa i no.
On and afvr v-. -, . .V.-trr Ii V.'. 1;tt, atl
i 'it e of ti-.-iej.i ii.,ai si. l.,,Li to ( uiro ut.
lol'ts. ht 100 lbs.
I'r i..'.! ll, b- T -'. 1:1 t'l Vl'.O eoC-e r.tS S, ll.ll
." t. : l j, in. .r t H-.-1 in !.i.-i
si I ,c-,i-I ,-! ,r - ,- , -n .- ,;,c t ( Alan nt n,i,ai
tiie '..,., ii . c i-
'il,.-:-;i.- ,,!-.- !'.- :. -u I.i.nU mid
i 'e , i.t. a r -a .;, ! a. -a: . , ::::i,,:i! lie
Il l.-e r.
j'l'iiHili! i:liv ry i ; Sjicci;!!! y
f '! . ! II-. I.,.;. , r, .V. lei;, r
J b'At '..:-!:
)El Si K:
If .-.ill b of !.!:', T 1 1 , li ; ii, la : of
c,Y'. l : i l I i s. i;i-;olv;:i;s, pistols
A !:.:. i 1 1 ' ,i. M ,;, ''-.:. n-!.'n.- T -., UL . or
el ', T f . ' - - ..!.!,. "ei.ct- Ji-.se '!.; ,Hnil
Ie, . , :.:-., ii;, ,, i. !.t,i! j-rt-p :t
-ei'- ' ., :r, . ,,i:isic, s l.
W : ra tola ... : -. I',':- -h 1'.,
1 i: I.t lie- I- i'
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I.e.',. S.,i,t:.e- U,,:eel"ll
,: .-.);!,- C i ..a ola.llll
;f'ii-,oi I .c I. -' . ,, v : , a r.--. Hue of o.ir
i . on io W ,. 1 1 1 1 . .. . ,., -. -i,' ,, : - ,..i! mti to
i.' I c'.ii ais t,-, r (:. ,'. j ,' e.-ia-. Jio t,.,t iU-',ir
!,, t ri- :' oi.,-. . . ' ie -I i ap ,,r .,- Iici, M,,i'-r
V. I- I'.Kt.'.lVi.!::; ,v CO . I'.e-t.ar::!,. l'a
- -I''. '..: j i., .- in -,!. I i.u -i -I,,.,,..
I N PA!!AI. !.!'. LED Ol'i'MR.
A F1IKK TKSTTKIAL
i CI I'.V I'.uK
; !)!. IOI B IS
iiiKAini i!i:sToi:i.(i i'.vds
! Yc -end mi" of ear 1 IK. VI. Til It KsTOlt
INO PAI's to iitiv liiviile.l ni'.Ucli d with I.Uer
, ( oniiliilal, t llll.'l .' iii.d 1 KV I.I:. INHIlll.S
! I'U'S. Cds'iT, l-.Miss. Nervous Hnir'1.1 be,
i iysieis!'i. Nitmiiih Hel.illH Hint Impure blood.
' il they i(ili t, 1,(1 m ll ' ir ntiU'km.s tii.it mi
' (t.-en. iiad le.'l"" t iei,d ie, :J.I-.I If it eil'cil.s
I cure to tlicir 111'ire Mite-l'ictiou. olla-mise
.. ... ,," ... ..I U . ... I .. :.. ...
liieri: 10 " o' tiu,:;. . ot v 01 11,1 11:1s 10 1011
vlnce tie.' pii ! I ii- of 11, e Mijierior 'iluc us u
OF OUU PADS.
Si 1 '.Im'. Il.ev will do h!I vie say. A t!ils i.fli"
Will ,ecc--t'.I.V be i ai'l' d 111 7)OIO',er, l.ieiH.
tl-.i-r.-airc, 11a 1-i.ri)-n'dii iillon will lie MHile. A,l
ut-i -, 1 r l(,-i,Tt:'allv Yi'tii'H,
ITS bltn slrei-t, Clin tuiiull, I'lilu,
I'liytliJ'i'is ).vk la 't'oritif Dfl'raNi' In favor uftbc
U i:I.TJE PAD.
Cincinnati. Jiuin u, iH7ii,
Ibivltitf hiul soini't'oiiplitcriihlH ciiiuliitiini ii wltli
tiie operntlou of the 1'hJ, 1 cun cuucit'tit'lnunly
receinmetid It no an mcellnit rrinedv In all tlie jln
cih'ii for which llr, I''orbreoiU)nidi. Iih uhc.
UK. J. HALLOW KM.,
276 UtorBO Htrt'et, Cluclmmtl.
What Ittiv. Jon'Iih Kuiory, tho well knonu City
(tlneiNNATl, June 30, 1S7(I.
IliivltiK tisil iDtmacqtiubitutiec wiih Dr. Korlicn,
I urn sntlslli'd that wlnluverluircconinii ndii he do,
co to"i:leiiilouly, anil will provp nil they prnin .M.
HKV. JUtSKI'II H.MKUY.
Kitract from few of tho Many U-ltors frvuuuutly
reretmal st tie' OlHco.
(inti says: "I fiTt that your Pads hnvo unvcd mv
Ph " Another Hiiym "Your Pad ban Junt marbist
tnyras". It h entirely removed my cuMtWeneiw
ami eoiisi'tiiiciit Mrk IleadHili." Antitlirr rltiwi
"Votir Pint Rtlunilcil Hiilcttv to IhihIiiw, and in
fnrty-nhtht hours I fi'lt ftr wll tin vcr." Anuthur:
"Ytiur Pud tum rtireil uic nt liill'inistiepa ti tut a tor-ildl,lvt-r.
1 am lieltcr tlaui I luivc Lei n in twi i.ty
ynnrs " Mill another wiy; I le vi' i iiillin d till the
horror (trowlnu nut of liM-rdd blvfr to tl l'v, inuniu
After uslni! your pad all these 111" left in'i','' t iih
moro:-"l havu unvd yonr I mln with purfurtl) suiim
fat't'iry rvnuiii, sad t'hts.'rful',v rucoiiiuiuud ilii-a u,
S'tadnutnLngaiijat tlipjleifleaflon of tho lie-