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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFPICIAL PAPKUOP ALEXANDER COUNTY,
Only Morning Daily in Southern Illinois.
We are authorized announce that Capt. N. B.
TanTLiwoou I. a candidate for the office ol Mayor.
Plea.e .ay to the veter. of Cairo that I am a cand
HU!rr re-election to the otlioo of Mayor of the
City or Cairo. If elected I shall be governed by
the .line aim. and policica that have bitlu-rto con
trolled ae. Ke.pectfully. etc.
llXNHY S INTKB.
We are authorised to announeo that William
Hbudrks will be a candidate at the ensuing city
election for the office of City Attorney.
We are authorized to announce the name of P. C.
BuH a. a candidate for the office of City Attorney
We are authorized to announce the name of At
preu Cominu. aa a candidate lor City 't reasurer at
the en.ntng city election.
We are tthnrireil to announce the name of Wal
ran L. Biiutol a. a candidate for the office of City
Treurarer, at the earning charter election.
We are authorised to announce that Milks W
Parkbb 1 a candidate, at the ensuing city election
for the oBce of City Treasurer.
Editob Bhu.stim : Plea.e announce that I am a
candidate for the office of City Treasurer, at the
approaching city election,
We are anUorlard to announce that P. M.Ward
it a candidal- for the office ol City 1 reaourer, at luu
We are authorised to announce W. F. Sciiitchbrs
aaaundidme tor City Clerk at the approaching
We are authorized to announce Loch L. Davis
a candidate for City Clerk at the cn.uing mu
We are authorised to announce John B. Piiii.i.i.
a. a candidate (or re-election to the office of City
Clerk l the approaching municipal election.
We au tborized to announce t hat William II. flow!
it a candidate for the office of City Clerk, at the en
tains city electlou.
We are authorized to announce that usnxis J.
Polit t. a candidate, at the enauiug city election
lor the office of City Clerk.
H ALDERMAN FIRST WARD.
MicuailJ. Howxir Ui candidate for Aldermaa
for the Pint ward.
We are anthorized to announce that C. R. Wood
ward i a candidate for the office of Alderman from
tie Second ward.
Editor Bull rnn: Plea.e announce mo a candi
date for re-election to too poaltion of Alderman in
Second ward. Wood Rirrisuoc.i.
We are are authorized to announce that David
T. Lm BOAR will be a candidate at the enauiug
city election for the office of Alderman from Sec
We arcauthorized to announce Pitir Nkf? aa
candidate for Alderman from the Secoud ward to
We are authorized tn announce thM Col. John
Woob will be a candidate, at the cutuing electlou,
for Alderman from thu Third Ward.
We are authorized to announce tho name if Ea-
jbbrt Smith m a candidate for Alderman from the
A LDBRMAN-FOl'KTH WARD.
We are authorised to announce that Dahbi J.
Oalui.au la a candidate at the euauing electlou
for Aldermaa from the Fourth ward.
We are authorised to announce tint Ciiarlx 0.
Pati.r I. a randdldate for re-elcctiou to the office
of Alderman for the Fourth ward.
We are authorised to announce ( iiaiui. Lah
oaiibh aa a candidate for re-election to tbc office
l Alderman for the Fifth ward.
We are aathorlxed to announce the name Ep.ss.t
B. Pm it aa an Independent candidate for Alder
man from the Fltfh ward
SioNAt Orri'.s, i
- Cairo, III., April 14, ltfT9. l
Time. Bar. Ther. Hum Wind. Vol. Weather.
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9-OU p m .M
Maximum Temperature. 77; Kflnlniuoi Tern
yeritnre, (; Rainfall, 0.00 Inch.
W. n. KAY,
Serg't signal Coroa, L'. S. A.
Au, Ba.EiTrtow nu k-r Tub, TJvI.I.KTlN
ovncK ib C. O. D. Candidates hhucld
mot KoitoKT rr.
Ed. A. Biuler, tlie jeweler, want. to
to hire a boy, rIniiiI 14 years old, to work
in hit etorc.
Mra. Capt. Gun Lcmeke ami cliildrci,
from ETansville, are vmitiiif,' the family of
The Library Association, will hold a
businees meeting to morrow afternoon at
the Library rooms.
Paul II. Bcliuh has matlu changes in
liia cigar store that lias incrpased the beauty
of its general Biipcaraace.
Irft it go bnad to-monow night that
Cairo's hottest local election wan her quiet-
cue and most orderly.
A fourth operation was performed upon
Mr. Sanderson yesterday, the result of which
w&a the removal of two pints of pus from the
region of the lungs. We hnvcthusthr nmr
velous total of sixteen pints ot pus that have
been removed from this patient within an
interval of three weeks.
The principal coopers' shop of the city
whs closed yesterday the mill with which
it is connected having "hut down" for re
pairs. The funeral procession that was pass
ing up Washington avenue Sunday, was
that of Dunk Window's child (colored)
that died the day previous.
Mr. OIerly arrived in the city by the
afternoon train, yesterday, aud will proba
bly remain a looker-on in Cairo until after
the pending battle has been fought and
A considerable force of hands were en
gaged all day Sunday, inserting new tics
under the rails of the Cairo & Vinceniies
railroad between Sixth and Eighth street on
The members of St. Joseph's Catholic
church are making preparations for a
church fair to be held a few weeks hence.
The time place, etc. will be duly made
known through The Bulletin.
An Apache, fresh from tho fastnesses
of Arizona, is said to have made himself
"quite numerous'' about the Tenth street
music stand, Saturday night, and has been
nursing a sore ear, since then. He left by
the packet, yesterday evening, for Paducah.
Last night thank the good stars that
guide us was the last night of the present
local contest. It has been the warmest, j
sharpest contest in which our people ever
engaged, and nobody, unless it be those
who were well paid, ever want to sec the
like of it again.
We noticed a fair article of strawber
ries on the market yesterday, selling quite
readily at thirty cents a bos, which was
equivalent to about two dollars a gallon
As less than a gallon, when divided among
ourself, doesn't amount to much, our straw
berry season has not arrived yet.
It was stated yesterday evening that
Leander Axley had withdrawn from the
race as a candidate for the office of City
Clerk. The number of the candidates was
thus reduced to eight. Who is hurt or
helped by Leander's withdrawal, we don't
know, and wouldn't say if we did know
Last night was a noisy night. A
Thistlewood meeting ut the court house
and a Winter meeting on Tenth street.
There were the sound of music, the thunder
of big guns on earth and in the heavens,
speakinir and veiling. But it was the last
agony, and "may we never see its like
How shall we make some money is the
question thought over by many in t!iee
times. Take our advice and remit a small
amount to Alex Froth ingham & Co., bank
ers, 12 Wall Street, New York, who by
their judicious investments have relieved
many from pressing need. Send for their
Financial Report, sent free.
The Sun man, with his usual ambiguity
says that he "didn't go around and engage
to print 30,000 tickets at ft per 1,000, be
fore he would do the work at that price."
He may not have done so. We only have
his word that he didn't; but he did worse.
He advertised that his price for tickets was
$2 and then took 1.
The Marshal was around among the
saloon keepers yesterday, obtaining their
written pledges that they would sell no
liquor during to-day, surreptitiously or oth
erwise. Heretofore, during clectinns, sa
loons have been closed, in appearance; but
not in fact. To-day, we have reason to be
lieve, they will be closed in fact.
About 9 o'clock Sunday night, two
colored men, brothers-in-laws, engaged inja
fight, during which one of them received a
cut in the breast from a jxiekot knife; and
while trying to get away received another
cut in the back. The wounds are not dan
gerous. It is thought that the man who
did tho cutting immediately fled the city.
The time between Chicago and New
Orleans, via the Chicago, St. Louia and
New Orleans railroad route, has been re
duced to thirty-nine hours. It was, former
ly, we believe, forty-five hours. Two hours
of the time arc saved hetwecu Chicago and
Cairo the run now being made in tifteen
hours. From Cairo to New Orleans the
run is made in twenty-four hours.
The editor of the Metropolis Journal
noticing Judge Bird's return from Wash
ington, "where he went to give McKeaig an
overhauling," hopes that it is all well with
Mr. Bird. There is thrust at McKeaig cm
liodied in the solicitude for Bird, that calls
for R- uplanKtlon. Aa it could only bo
"well for Bird" by being "ill for McKeaig,"
the Journal must explain the whyforcs ot
its hostility, etc.
Hon. Oscar Turner has Rent us, with
Ins compliments, a copy oi his recent
speech on "Free Elections and Free Jury
Trials," for which friendly attention he has
our thanks. But tor the fact that
the couutry has been deluged with matter
akin to that which constitutes the honortv
ble gentleman's remarks, we would give
them place in The Bcm.ktin.
We publish, to day, tho announcement
of Judge Baker, who declnres himself a
candidate for a Beat on the Circuit Bench nf
tho First Judicial Circuit. In nil our cal
dilations hitherto we have regarded Judge
Baker's election as a certainty. Although
complications have arisen that we did not
foresee, we still adhere to that conclusion.
He has given entire satisfaction on the
Ix'tich, proved himself nn able, a careful
and studious Judge, and we all know thnt
he Is an honest man. Born and raUed In
THE DAILY CAIIIO BULLETIN: TUESDAY MOKM1NU, APRIL 15. 1870.
Southern Illinois, well known for what ho
is throughout the district many Democrats
will make an exception In his favor, let tho
nominees of the party be whom they may.
Rigid brother Democrats may object that
such language as this is not "gowi democ
racy." May-bo it isn't; but it is the truth,
and time will verify it.
The tug Ariadne, with quite party of
festive young people, left our wharf, yester
day afternoon, on an excursion to Metropo
lis, to participate in a grand dance, given
by one of the leading citizens. The party
expected to arrive in Metropolis in time to
sup with Capt. McCauly, late of the Arling
ton. Fifteen thousand Cairo people were
expected by one ol' the Metropolis editors;
but it is the fute of that class of men to be
subjected to great disappointment.
A healthy but slovenly-looking female
tramp, named Ann Ornelled, established
herself in police headquarters, yesterday,
and importuned everybody who would lis
ten to her, for money to pay her way to St.
Louis. The uncontrollable desire of desti
tute people to "get soinewfcere else," is
marvelous. Half of them don't pretend
that their condition will be bettered in uuy
particular; but the grand, controlling im
pulse is to keep moving. This poor creat
ure is, evidently, seriously unbalanced in
her mind, or is simple.
If The Bulletin presents a gaunt and
neglected appearance to-morrow, the fact
may be accepted as an indication that the
editor couldn't resist the impulse to follow
everybody else's example and loaf about
the polls. Iu other words, we expect, by a
general exhibition of benign countenance,
to-day, to exercise a restraining influence
upon our red-hot people. Of course we
can't exhibit the benign, etc., and write edi
torial at one and the same time; and as the
exhibition c;m't be postponed, the writing
The trains of the C. & V. road that
pass along Commercial avenue shake up the
gas mains buried near the track, in quite a
lively manner, losening the joints, and oc
casioning flows of gas where it is not es
pecially needed. On account of this una
voidable mischief the gas company is called
upon to expend considerable lalior in that
vicinity to effect repairs. Work of this
kind, undertaken a few days ago, was sus
pended Saturday evening, on account of
the illness of Pat Carroll, who is the only
expert in that line of labor in the city.
One of our exchanges says that alout a
year ago, Kirkpatrick, an Anna druggit,
bought two gallons of whisky in the Cairo
market, and now, after filling nil the
whisky perseriptions sent to him, has a
gallon of the whisky left. While this is
true of Kirkpatrick, it is said that a compet
ing druggist, during the same interval,
sold over twenty barrels of whisky. The
only conclusion we can draw from this
statement is that there was something the
matter with Kirk's whisky. He didn't buy
the kind that Anna invalids relish. Only
this, and nothing more.
Dr. Kehee, a brother-in-law of Mr. F.
S. Smith, of this city went to New Orleans
last fall, during the prevalence of the yel
low fever, in part, it is said, to introduce a
cot that was specially adopted to the use of
victims of the scourge; and while in the
line of duty, became a victir.i. himself, and
survived but a few days his remains bring
disposed of as the necessities of the times
rendered unavoidable. The Globe-Demo
crat, of Sunday, speaks of the removal and
reburial of the body, a day or two previous,
with ceremonies becoming the character of
the man and the unselfish services lie had
rendered at the cot of bis life.
The Metropolis Democrat does not mis
take the character of Hon. John M. Lans
den, of this city, cither as a lawyer or a
gen'lemnn. From the issue of Saturday lat
we extract the following notice of Mr.
Lansden's candidacy for a Circuit Judge
ship: "Elsewhere in this paper, appears
the announcement of John M. Lansdcn, of
Cairo, for the office of Circuit Judge in this
Judicial District. Although we have no
personal acquaintance with the gentleman,
we have information of a trustworthy na
ture that he is truly a christian gen
tleman, of spotless persuiial character, and
first-class ability in his profession. We
doubt not that his claims will find cham
pions among those who desire justice ad
ministered with ability and purity."
It Is one ot the peculiarities of mal
formed or crippled persons who live on
charity that they beg most persistently
when visibly affected by liquor. Ordinarily
the intoxicnted person feels himself above
and beyond the possible reach of want
every additional glass he pours duwn his
throat adding immensely to his independ
ence and disregard of cither the present
or the future, But the man whom nature
or accident has deprived of the means for
earning a livcvlihood, starts on a begging
mission tho very moment whisky puts him
in an unpresentable condition. When he
is fairly reeking in the funics of liflilor Ra(
tebneco, nnd when his tongue is too thick
to perform its customary office, ln hecoines
unusually active in c-xliiliit inr his
withered arm or sure leg
or cancer cntcn tliioat-und
receiving more rebuffs than penni, ,c
marvels at tho hard heartedness 0f hn fel-low-crcutures.
Two or three mm 0f t,jg
character were canvassing the (ity yeHter
day one of them so drunk that it was
with itiHleulty lie maintained UU ,.iin,.
rium. Ot course everv dim,, el, .i...
fellows added just one glass of whisky to
the number they swallowed beforo bed
time. It was the charitable, well-nnantng
citizen, therefore, who turned them away
empty handed. No betrgar, we care not
what tho nature of his afllictions may be,
should bo given money while he is under
the influence of liquor. A whiff of tho
fumes of whiskey should be the signal to
close the door upon him.
Never before in the history of Cairo
has 30 much feeling been manifested in a
city election. Not a few of our citizens
were so much "carried away" by the pre
vailing excitement that they abandoned
their usual avocations nnd devoted their
entire time to the canvass. Everybody is
more or less enthused, nnd scores of voters
will abandon all work to-day that they may
witness the progress of the struggle and
Mke part in it. The voting places will
lie thronged with voters all day, and as a
very great diversity of opinion has been
developed as much warmth of
of feeling already exists, the authoratics
should sec to it that saloons are so effect
ually closed that additional warmth is not
taken on in the shape of intoxicating
liquors. A single drunken man might,
during such a state of excitement as now
exists cause much trouble even provoke
riot and bloodshed. It becomes the espec
ial duty of thu police, therefore, to sec to it
that the saloons of the city are not only
closed in front, but at the side and iu the
rear. Voters must be denied access tn
whisky; and the lovers of law and order
will hold the authorities responsible should
they fail to arrest every saloon keeper who
directly or indirectly disobeys the order to
close up while the polls arc open.
The last number of the Metropolis
Democrat a new and ably edited Demo
cratic paper speaks thus truly of Judge
Mulkey's candidacy: "Never before," says
the Democrat, "did an announcement so
universally uieet the approbation of the
people as does this one. Every member of
the bar in Southern Illinois is ready to ad
mit the eminent fitness of Judge Mulkey
for the high position to which he new as
pires. Judge Mulkey's age and experience
combined with his extensive knowledge of
the law at once commend him to the people
of the fiM judicial dUtrict n a lit repre
sentative of that higher tt'.ture which
should be attained by those vho would sit
in judgment for the people i f the state of
The Journal, of the same place and same
date, speaks of the Judge as follows:
"Judge Mulkey is well tnl favorably
known by the voters of Masac as a gentle
man of scholarly attainments and profound
knowledge of the law. He has had, in the
past, sufficient judicial cxpe icix e to render
him at home on any Bench in the country,
as he is, preeminently, at -my Bar. Judge
Mulkey will grace, becomingly, in every
way, the place on the Supreme bench, so
long and ably tilled by Julge Breeze, and
the jM'ople of Massac county and Southern
Illinois sdiould and will giv? Judge Mulkey
a flattering vote."
"Jim Cloneu is dead!" All who heard
this announcement, Sunday morning, were
not only surprised, but shocked! Only a
few days before, he was seen upm the
streets, stout and rugged, with a promise
of many years of life upon the sixty-five
he had already lived. Bit the "grim
monster'' came, made his call, and Jim,
stout and hardy, rough and strong as he
was, could only obey it. Or the day of
('apt. Boyton's coming, he yielded to the
importunities of a couple of neighboring
women, and obtaining a hkitf, pulled them
out into the river, where they could enjoy
au unobstructed view of the bold naviga
tors antics. The exertion and exposure in
cident to this act of neighborly kindness,
brought on a severe cold, which, being neg
lected, won resolved itself in a bad
case of pneumonia. At the hour of
1 :U0 o'clock Sunday morning, after two
or three days intense suffering, the poor fel
low died; and yesterday afternnoii. many
of his friends and neighbors followed his
remains to their last resting place. Then;
is a waim place in the hearts of hundreds
of our citizens for the memory of Jim
Clotien. Rough and gruff as he appeared
to be, his heart was as tender and sympa
thetic as that of a child. No man ever ap
pealed to him for food and shelter in vain.
He was poor, but of what he had he gave
to those who asked in the name of charity,
freely and cheerfully. Me scorned a mean
act, and 'though a giant in strength, he
was as docile as a lamb. Faults he had,
but he. himself, and not his friends, was
the sufferer. But enough. The strong,
rugged man is dead; but long after he has
returned to the dust from which he came,
his memory will bo warmly cherished by
many, and cursed by none.
THE BKCEXT CIVIL UIMITS.
We received from the hands of Dr. Mc
Arthur, on Saturday last, a lengthy com
munication, agreeing at tho time, to publish
hucIi portions as we might, think would
prove generally interesting to our readers.
Upon reading the manuscript, however, we
find it almost wholly personal laudatory
of his attorneys, very decidedly auto-bio-graphical,
aud not at all good natnred in
its references to other parties. Wo feel
constrained, therefore, to exclude the whole
communication from our columns, except
the small portion that corrects an unim
portant error of The Bi i.i.itin :
Cairo, lSih April, lD.
Editor of the Cairo Hiilletui .
Silt: From this morning's issue, I find
that you have committed an error with ref
erence to mv having brought a suit against
Deary Taylor, Captain of the steamer
James Fisk, Jr., and his committal by tho
Honorable United States Commissioner.
The case in question was brought by my
wife and not by me. I was only a simple
witness. My case or cases against Captain
Taylor have not yet commenced, because I
consider it to be the duty of every right
thinking man to see his wife's honor vindi
cated before Ids own.
, Tho Honorable Commissioner, carefully
reviewed tho case in every particular, anil
having found, in his wisdom, that a clear
case had been made out for the United
States, he concluded that he was bound to
hold over the defendant in the sum of five
hundred dollars to appear before the United
States District Cou-t.
E. A. McAimicii, M. D.
For The Cairo Bulletin.
UY OLD TRIM.
Now that Easter Sunday is numbered
with past things, may we not look for
warmer weather. Nearly all old folks
firmly believe, that it is a matter of impos
sibility for us to have anything like Fpring
weather until after Easter. What regulat
ing power any one day has over the temper
ature of the atmosphere, is a problem we
are unable to solve. We leave this for older
heads and the weather wise.
Benton and I'rewet now have in connec
tion with their meat shop, a fine line of
nuts, candies, oysters and oranges, and as
soon as the season advances to the warm
and sultry days, they will hitch on an ice
cream establishment. Place of business
on Main street, one door smith of "Cheap
The fanners around Dongola, notwith
standing the backwardness of the season
for spring planting, nre still wearing that
broad sniile, what is the wutse of it! There
never was a Itetter prospect for a heavy
yield of wheat. They all report that their
lands are mellow as an ash bank.
The apple crop, thus fur, is all right;
but the peaches, where are they I A.ik of
the last cold snap we had, it may tell you.
Should we have a propitious season, and
the Dongola dog law be a success, we shall
be thankful. Thus far both look flattering
and it is generally conceded that the dog
law will prove victorious, As a general
rule, nearly all owners of dogs think as
much, and sonnrtiines more of their dogs
than they do of th: ir families. If you
don't believe this, jut to prove it, abuse
some man's dog and be convinced.
W'y ! jut a few day ago. a dog tight
took place -nour streets, and in a "jiffy" a
woman sallied forth, pistol in hand, to pro
tect her dog.
Our culaljoosc i again ready for the
torch, at an expense of about $ "0. Who
applied the torch before has never b"cn pos
itively ascertained, and as all the parties
who were in it at the time of the burning
have left here, it is likely to remain a
While the drunkard is excused nnd pit
ied, and the saloon keeper anathemized.
we shall never accomplish mu:h in ridding
the land ot the evil f drunkenness. No one
ever says "poor fellow," of a highway rob
ber, "he had a taste for it." No indeed,
"out upon him, to the penitentiary with
bun!" is the exclamation of all honest men.
Let snch Ik- the cry in regard to the crime
of drunkenness, and we shall have less
The time of year i upon us, that all
boards ot school directors are besieged and
importuned by those wtoi wish to teach. In
L'nion county there will be a dozen or more
applications in each district. As a gt-neral
rule, in former years, the lowest bidders
have taught our schools, and schools thev
have 1,'en ! The result is, we have but few
that teach more than one term in a disttict,
jut simply because they are a failure.
They however run off and get schools in
other places, and others, who have been
failures somewhere else, come in and take
their places. It t the duty of all to see to
it at once and have this regime changed.
Let us have men who are qualified well
enough to make the same district eager for
their work each consecutive winter. How
can we obtain such? Raise the salaries and
make the examination so rigid, that it will
drive all quacks out of the business. When
this is done the cause of
common school education will flourish.
Reader, if you are one wishing to attend
school for a term of two months, coine to
Dongola ot once, and enter Miss Minnie
McCoid's school now in session. Miss
McCord is a thorough scholar in the coin
mon school branches, nnd conies well rec
ommended. We predict lor her a complete
success in her present select school In Don
gola, ami we hope she may get a depart
inent in our next term of fall and winter
As A perfectly reliable and economical
remedy, we cordiully recommend Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup. ?r cents a bottle.
TO THE V0TEKS. 1
I th'siro to siiy to my friends that I havo
withdrawn from the canvass ai.d am not a
candidate: for city clerk.
For First Class day board for 1 18. 00
per month, g0 to the Planters House.
Lonti.LAim's Tin Tit2 smoking tobacco
in eighth, fourth, half and pound packages.
Also Lorilla'rd's Nickle Nuggets and Dime
Nuggets, for sale at F. Korsmeyer's at fac
Ladies Straw Sachels, fancy wax fruit
Baskets, willow fruit Stamls, School Bags,
Handsome Brackets, all descriptions. Pic
tures framed very cheap, at Ford's, Com.
Ten Cents Worth. If you want a neat
smooth shave for ten cents, or a fashionable
hair cut for 2.1 cents, or anything else iu
the tonsorial line, remember the place to
go to is Henry Schick's, No. 142 Commer
IMPORTANT TO MEAT CONSUMERS.
M. E, McCamnion, of Metropolis, h:w
just opened a first-class butcher shop at the
corner of Nineteenth and Poplar street,
where you can buy the best beef in the
market for 8 cents per pound, C. O. D.
Pork, 6 '4 cents; bacon, 8 cents; sausage,
three pounds for 23 cents. All are invited
to call ami give him a trial. Meat delivered
when ordered. Satisfaction guaranteed.
A. Hallev, the Commercial avenue Hard
ware merchant, invites attention to his
large and varied stock of tinware, stoves,
cutlery and fancy good. His cook stoves
are among the latest and In-st patterns and
are not excelled as bakers by anything in
the market; they are of the heaviest make
and w ill hist longer and use less fuel than
any other. Sold so close as to make it an
object to call and examine. Breech load
ing Shot-guns. Fishing Tackle etc., and
everything else low to suit the times.
A NEW CANDIDATE
For popular favor is the elegant and ui;
approachable de Joinville scarf, to be found
in Cairo only at A. Marx's. It is a thing
of U-auty aud strictly styli.h.
Caul Peters desires every InkI v to know
(and therefore has recourse to The Bulle
tin) that he is now supplying the Cairo
market with poultry fattened iu his henery.
and that everylKxly may be served he hs
provided a delivery wagon that will mnk
daily rounds of the city. He sells eggs un
questionably fresh, and the fattest, choice',
hens, dressed or undressed, ever sold in
the Cairo market, and all at the ruling
0H! WHAT A HAT!"
Iut it aside then, and call on Man.
the widely known Hatter and Clothier, and
get one of his stylish Broadway Silk Hats,
manufactured to order. He i the only
man in the city who is supplied with a
conformitor. He can take your measure,
and in short order supply you with a rwely
fitting, stylish hat, at a figure so low tint it
will surprise you.
A Card. To all who are fuffeiing from
the errors and indiscretion of youth, ner
vous weakness, early decay, loss of mm
hood. &c, I will send a recijie that will cure
you, peek of CHAiioE. This gnat remedy
was discovered by a missionary in S-mi
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to
the Kcv.Joski-ii T. Ism a, Station D. New
Query. Why will men smoke common
tobacco when they can buy Marburg Bro's
"Seal of North Carolina" at the same price!
PI III.IC SALE.
The dwelling hon-e !tiiat-d on lot 1, block 70. in
th,e second additlou tn the cltv of Cairo, fronting ou
Cedar atrert. near riirnrr ol Tenth utreet. llf he
nld on or before Nilnnlay, the pnh day of April.
Three jrear'i lea.e ol lot.
PETER ADAM., Owner
TOM WINTER, Ay-ht
A white cow, with red ear.. Maik.-crop ojthe
leit ear and .lit in the riKht. She i. a lare. b a;
cow, with lart; bag Uaa been miimini; mirr
Tue.day, Five Hollar, reward Mill be paiif for her
return to n.e at the Southern llou.e, Ohio Lev
DYKING AM) RKXOVATIXO.
yoi'R OLD CLOTHES
CAS H BXACTIWM.T
DYED OU REPAIRED
At a Trlflitu: Kipense-C. 0. D.
CHAS. SHKLLEY, NO. IIO EIGHTH ST.
IV Ladie and Uunti' old hit. made u
J II. BRYANT, M. I).
OFFICE: Ki(hth and Wa.hlnRton Aveouo.
REHlUXCK:-forner N'lneteenth and WaA
lliltton. yy H. MA RE AN, M. D.,
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Oltlee lad Commercial avenue. Ite.ldene.e corner
Fourteenth Ht. and Waxhlniiton avenne, Cairo.
y"R. SMITH, M. D.
Office, and IleiiuVnce :
.SO. til Til I RT EBXT1I HTKKET, CAIRO, ILL.
R. E. W. WHITL0CK,
Orrirs-No. MO Commercial Avenue, between
Eighth and Ninth Htreeu
,K. W. C. JOCELYN,
OFFICE Eluhth Street, ueur Commercial Atenan.
JMNEGAR & LAKSDEN,
0FFICE-Si. tlJCoinmercUl Avenue.