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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COUNTY
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ilr. Editor: , , , , , .
Having bwn colli lt' d by niy frii-niU anil by
irivKt number of r.UUi'im who have lit-ri'toforu been
opiioeed to me.in again become a raiidldato tr
thVmyorliyiif thity of Cairo. I hereby iiti
noitnce mre-lf for that poaltlun. pledging to the
voter f i'airo to do u horctoloru, not to murk
mv duly in the hour of peril, and Bernini tliem that
all mv actloni Khali be to t lit Interest of t airo a-id
Mr fcrtltor: . ,., .
At the l ament noliritntiou of many citizen- Irro
niiertlve i.r color or politic. I have roiioelited to
become a candidate Inr the office of t'tty Clerk,
and remiuclfullv ank the active and willing support
i J N O. ) . Ml Kl
Calm, lilt., March lmh, 1SS1.
Ilnviiitr been nolielteil by a number of my fi le da
all over I ho city to become a candidate for city clei k
in the coming city elecllon, I hereby, 111 comjill
mice with llio wii-lic thin eprrHeil. announce
mvei'lf ana candidate Tor tint ollieu, and hope that
alf my friend will "land bv inn.
JOHN LALJ.i -Wn
are a ithorl.cd to announce M'. (JfOHtiB
Wl LKKIIMON at a csdidalo for City Clc k iu
tlio April flection.
pOR POMCB MAGISTRATE.
Mr Editor: , . ,
Ploaai; anuimnre me an n candidate for re-election
to the otllce of Police Magistrate at the enouiuR
We are aulhorl.eil to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS an a candidate for the olllce of Police
Magi-Irate for the city of Cairo at the coming city
poll CITY TREASURER.
Editor rtullutln: Plcaae aunoiiuce niy name Bn
iiidepftiilenl candidate for the olllce of City Tread-
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in llii column, dve e.onta per line, eacb
I neertmu. For one nioiith, Ml cents per line.
Closiiur Out, Hoots and Shoes.
Having a very largo Htock of winter
goods ou hand consisting of Gents', Laiiii-a'
and Cliildrens' i wed nmi pegged Hoots and
KIhjcs, I liave detenntned to closu it out at
pricBS that defy competition, in order to
make room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin lo arrive soon. If
in want of anything in tny line I would ad
vise you to cull on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. 1 invite all to call und see for
themselves. C. Kuril.
No. !M) Commercial avenue between Fifth
ind Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred! Hulk oj stern re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct troin the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Bed Snapper," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Kighth street. Koiikht IIkwitt, Ag't.
Kami f ir Sale.
7(H) acres of hind in Johnson county, III.,
one mile west of Belknap on the C. 6z V. K.
It.; about 300 acres in a line statu of cul
tivation; lias good bin Minus, fine spring
water, well, and cisterns. Price $10.00 per
acre, cash. . M. J. IIowi.kv,
Ileal Entitle Agent.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch book9,
for sale at tho office, K'OO leaves to tho
The most popular and elegant tonsorial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
Alba, near the corner of Sixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, und none but the
In'St artists in that line of industry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or bhaiupoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will bo found iu mv office from 8 o'clock
a. in. to 5 o'clock p. tn., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes ut once. C all hint see,
Hheriff and Collector
Cairo, 111., March;;, 1SS1.
A. good stock of paper, expressly for
Iiektogrnph use, for sale at J iik Bulletin
Bttfklcii'ri Arnica Salve,
The best salve in the world for cuts,
tim'mcH, sores, tilsers, salt rheiiin, lever sores,
lt!r, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
all kimU of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For salu by Gico. E. O'Hara
CO! on BY RV p.
BOM ETUI NO NEW !
Try them. At New York Store for 12
cents per lb very fine for breakfast. Also
Deep Sea fresh Mackerel in 5 lb cans.
Notice to Contractors.
Bids will be received until Saturday, for
building a two story brick addition 20
feet long to my store ; work to be commenced
immediately. For further particulars ap
ply at the store. Koch,
Boot and Shoe Dealer,
U-14, 1SS1 . 00 Commercial Ave.
jj-tf" New York. JJ
EARLY HOSK SBKD.
Just received 150 bblB of New York
Early Rose Heed Putatoes. Direct from the
East, choice Seed. .
New York Stork.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal piomptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
Seed. Seed. jH
Full line of Iresh Garden ami Field
Seeds just received. CUver Seed, White
kninn inttu Silltrttr ( 1111. Tiniothv Hood.
WUIl'll k'V,VMf - f .
Bed Onion Setts, Early Pens, Blue Grass
Seetl, Potato, lilac K vax nesns. mm iuiiui
kinds; Sweet Corn, Corn Hill Beans. Seed
Oats. Our sueds ate fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
li tinces, at
i KW 1 oil Diuiir..
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Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagmph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for tho tablets.
Furnished only by Tit k Cairo Bulletin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
A car load or choice. Michigan Apples
just received and fur sale by G. M. Alden,
78 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Samuel Fisher has received a fresh
stock of new family groceries, including a
supply of fine pickled salmon new and
nice. Try them. Store on Washington
avenue, between Niuth & Tenth street.
M.i.lunwi tin, I Pmf Vlnvd Imve increesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth ami
Thirteenth streets. Uay scnooi, a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night school at 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
Mounted, varnished and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always on hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notlcen In theno columns, len cents per line,
etch insertion. Jlnrkefl
The Union depot, Kansas City, is to
be lit with electricity.
The Bridgeport, Conn., athlete, C. F.
A. Itiegon, is dead, aged 50.
Mrs. James Stewart's four children
havo a severe attack of measles.
The bronze railing ot Vanderbilt's new
house, alone cost forty thousand dollars.
Prof. J. Humphrey, the scientist, died
of heart disease Monday night at Greens
boro, s, C.
Sheriff Hodges has been to Paducah
and brought a fine liorso that he bought
there back with him.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
It is said that Mrs. Juo. A. Logan has
never tasted wine and has brought up her
children to share her ideas in temperance
Mr. Win. Itedman has built a new
fence on tho Sixth street side of his premi
ses, on tho corner of Sixth and Walnut
A party of young scamps blew up a
school house at Bremen (near Lancaster,
().,) Monday night, utterly demolishing tho
The frame ot ilrs. Mnckrjetlrg new
residence on the south side of Tenth street,
between Washington avenuo aud Waltiut
street, is up.
Lady Arthur Hill, once Miss Harrison
and a governess, receives a royalty of four
thousand dollars a year, on her ballad, "In
Japanese kettle drums, with Japanese
decorations, young ladies in Japanese dress
and Japanese articles to sell is the latest
Messrs. Lancaster & Hico bought a
new horse yesterday, one of their team be
ing sick and likely to be unablo to do ser
vice for some time.
The residence of Mr. George. Kohlcr,
tho cooper, will be raised and supported
by new brick piets. The work of raising it
was commenced yoeterdBy.
Mr. George J. SteinhoiyBe has put a
new roof upon his residence on Tenth street,
betweeu Washington avenue aud Walnut
street. Ho tiaa also procured material for
a new front fence.
City Englneqr.Chas.Thrupp, was yes
terday engaged in pointing out tho exact
location nt Messrs. Bwoboda and Bchulto's
lots upon which they Intend to erect tltuLr
CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 17, 1881.
A lady ot Carthage, Mo,, visited Joplin
the other day to hunt up the fellow who
had ruined her daughter, bho found
scamps enough of that Bort, but not tho one
she was after,
Smith and Anderson, who were tried
in tho county court for obtaining ton dol
lars upon false pretences, mado a motion
through their attorney to quash tho indict
ment, but the motion was not sustained.
Captain G. D. Williamson has had a
quantity of earth hauled to his premises on
Washington avenue, between Sixth and
Seventh streets, which will be used in im
proving the garden around his residence
Mr. Speck, of Barclay Bro.'s prescrip
tion drug store, received a couple of lem
ons from Florida a day or two ago, one ot
which weighed a pound and two ounces.
It is on exhibition in the show window ol
tho drug store.
Jonathan Haskell, tho eccentric evan
gelist who outlived his credit in northern
towns, is now in New Orleans endeavoring
to devise expedients that will prevent con
stables ot that city from levying on his tent
and bass drum.
The material for the new cottage to
be built by Mrs. Cunningham on Tenth
street, between Washington avenue ami
Walnut street, is on the ground and work
will begin immediately. The house will
be for rent when finished.
Tho Cairo friends of Charley Walters
will, perhaps, feel interested in the fact
that he is married, the event occurring
some time ago. He is now private secreta
ry to the superintendent of the Jay Gould
railroad lino at 3t. Louis and is doing well.
A doublo team and two men were
yesterday at work with a scraper on Wash
ington avenue between Eighteenth and
Twentieth streets leveling it so as to make
driving easier. The streets in other por
tions of tho city could also be greatly im
proved by the same process.
Hev. Father Eckles will deliver a
lecture in St. Patrick's church to-night.
Father Eekles is an eloquent and able
lecturer, ami all who attend will spend a
pleasant evening. Tho admission is only
25 cents and tho proceeds will bo used in
paying for insurance on tho church.
Deputy Sheriff Guy Morse has been
out in the country for several days, serving
Bubpomas on witnesses in cases that are to
be tried in the county court. Some of the
witnesses lead him a lively chase across
corn fields, over rail fences and through
rickety log-houses. He returned safe and
sound, however. ,
Iteform hall was again crowded last ev
ening with people from all stations in Cairo
society.1 Tho benches and chairs wero all
occupied. Many ot our young people were
there, for Rev. P. C. Bush, the speaker
of the evening, had announced at the meet
ing the evening before that he would ad
dress himself especially to the youth of the
city. Ho spoke well lor about an Hour and
quarter and then the audience was dis
missed with the usual blessing.
The republicans have now assured con
trol of the United States senate, Mahoue,
of Virginia, whose attitude has been so
long undefined, at last casting his fortunes
with them. The belligerent Ben Hill, of
Georgia, made a speech which finally
brought out Mahone and induced a clear
expression of his attitude. Mahone is a
very little man, but he docs not seem to
scare very easily and the Georgia senator
found that his rather intimidating speech
had no other effect than to settle a vexed
question against him.
In the county court yesterday a motion
for a uew trial was en
tered in the case of Johnson Fisher
who was found guilty tho day before of
aiding a prisoner to escape from custody.
The motion was sustained and a new trial
granted. The two negroes, Ed. Coleman
and Alex. Sweeney, by name, who, it will
be remembered, obtained money tinder
false pretense from Mr. Prouty some time
ago, were tried and the jury found a verdict
of guilty. A motion for a new trial wns
entered by their attorney.
The Cairo and Vincennes railroad has
laid out tho ground and cut doors into the
west side of its treight depot on Commer
cial avriuio below Second street preparato
ry to laying another side track from Second
street down to the Mississippi levee. The
switch in the main track will be just below
Mr. Charles Edicker's new hoii.se, and tho
work is to commence twlay or to-morrow.
Several old dilapidated shanties, which
have been standing in tho extreme lower
end of the city for many years, are in tho
way of the proposed track and their owners
have been ordered to rcmovo them.
This morning wo announce tho rianio
of Mr. George 8. Wilkerson as a candidate
for city clerk in the coming municipal elec
tion. He is a young man who, though ho
has been hero but a few years, is widely
and favorably known by our citizens. Ho
has been for soino years in the employ of
Messrs. Bwoboda & Schultze, and is thcro
at tho present time, having shown himself
trustworthy, competent and faithful in the
discharge of his duties. Wo bclicvo that
ho stands as good a chance of election as
fay one, and would perform his duties as
city clerk oo well as ho has dono as gro.
Mr Justus Bchwab, a (leading Now
York communist, instead of expressing
sorrow over tho murder of the Czar of UU8"
uiu, seems rather pleased and announces
that tho tragedy may bo taken as a warn-
ing by Jay Gould, Vanderbilt and other
heads of big corporations. Id other words,
he threatens that tho communists may
begin to murder those they do not like in
this country. Mr. Justus Schwab should
restrain himself. Americans have a free
and easy way of settling nasty matters, aud
a fo cominuuiHt murders would result in
tho elimination, with easo and dispatch, of
an unreasoning and blood-thirsty foreign
clement ot which particular typo we ore
getting too much.
In the several trials of gamblers and
keepers ot gambling houses which have
como up belore Judge Olmsted within the
last few days, somo of tho important wit
nesses for tho prosecution failed to
appear, and the Judge was compelled
to issue attachments for them.
This has, of course, had much to do with
tho lailuro to convict the men, and has na
turally caused somo ill feeling among the
officers who went to the trouble of feinting
out ar,d arresting the gamblers. Tho due
led witnesses were fined for contempt of
court, and it is likely that they havo learnt
a lesson by which they will profit in tho
Olliccr Frank Schuckers has been
ottered the position of foreman of the uews
room on the Blooniington Bulletin by Mr
Oberly ami he has accepted the offer. Ho
is making preparations to leave for that
city with his family next Saturday, There
is no doubt but that Mr. Schuckers will
improve his condition in lifo by making tho
change, but it is equally truo that in his
departure Cairo looses ono of the best offi
cers it ever h ml on the force. During his
service on our police force not a w hisper ot
wrong has been heard against him.
He has been honest and energetic in the
discharge of his duties, having never been
touched by dark insinuations and being al
ways generally acknowledged to be one of
the most efficient officers on tho force.
Rev. Thayer, formerly of the Presbyte
rian church of this city, now connected
with the First Presbyterian church of
Blooniington, discussed the subject of tem
perance in his pulpit last Sunday, and af
ter commenting at length upon all the dif
ferent phases ol the subject, ho declared
himself opposed to temperance legislation
and concluded as follows: "Gospel tem
perance work is what we want; and the
same amount of .eal expended in this di
rection which is lost in attempting to se
cure legislation, would bring about a Imped
for victory, We have hunted every way,
ami worked for every bill, except God's
way, and God's bill; and the result is, wo !
have suffered defeat. The gospel of Jesus
Christ can save the state of Illinois from
drunkenness, and nothing else can. It is
not God's way to do as they have done in
the Springfield legislature; and so he
frowns upon them."
An important question that remains
to be settled by the city council is tho ex
tention of the fire limits as recommended
by the committee on streets, to which tho
matter was referred. That there
is Bom's necessity for confining
the erection of frame buildings to certain
portions of the city most everybody will
acknowledge. There are portions of the
city which ought to be protected in some
way against persons who have only
a few dollars aud who wish
to lease a lot with that and build a shanty
with a mechanic's lien upon it to be used
for anything that it can bo used lor, which
generally turnsout to beonly a trysting place
for low characters. It does not look well
to have a fifteen cent shanty thrown up
against a fine brick business house, or a
rudely tacked together scrub of a building
set up on stilts upon ono of our two or
three thousand dollar lots, as is the case on
Ohio levee, between Twelfth and Four
teenth streets, The shanties situated on
these lots are a glaring disgrace to tho city.
Right in one of the best parts of the city
and exposed to general view, their exis
tence can not help but be greatly prejudi
cial to tho city's reputation, fhey are all
rickety, patched up, dirty, pestilence-breeding
little old structures, all more or less
crooked but not enough so to tumble down,
which is to be regretted. They aio all in
habited by negroes who keep "restaurants"
there; but it is probable that Borne of
them are tho trysting places lor
all classes of black law-breakers from tho
lugitivo murderer down to the midnight
garroter. and thattheshabby signs across the
sidewalks and over the doors and smeared
on tho window-panes, and the old crippled
benches and tijblo with nauueating cala
bios on it, are only tho visible cover for
secret haunts of vice and crime. That tho
neighborhood is a dangerous one, is known
by nearly every one that has seen it and is
amply proven by the gar
roting of young Jluvall, which
occurred there night buforo last.
Such a sight as is presented to the stranger
in this neighborhood is enough to turn his
stomach, if he is used to living in decent
surroundings. Cairo can not afford to re
strict internal improvements, especially in
tho way of building, but such pens of filth
as wo havo described will hardly bo class
ed under tho head of improvements, and wo
deem it only proper that it should bo mado
unlawlul for any ono to inflict any more of
them upon this community. Wo do not
think that tho report of tho committees
ought to be approved, for it recommends
B;o t vtentioii of tho flro limits over too
large a territory ami not in tho right direc
tion. It would include tho cntiro lower
portion of tho city, from Twelfth street
ASA PROOF OF THE SUPERIORITY OF THE CHAM
I PION TRUSS we would state that it is now supplied to
the U. S. Army, Navy and Pension Department, also the
U. S. Marine Hospital Service. They are now used exclu
sively by Eminent Physicians. See them before buying.
GEO. E. O'HARA.
down, w hich is largely a resident portion
ami which would, of course, prevent the
erection even ol frame residences. This
Cairo cannot yet afford to do. We need
more residences frame residences that
can bo reutcd for reasonable
prices, and this want is
being supplied by our citizens.
But to adopt tho report of tho committee
would be to throw an obstacle in the way
of this enterprise and could not but be an
injury to the city. We believe that if the
fire limits were changed so as to include the
business portion ot the city, or what is like
ly to be the business portion ot tho city, tho
act would be to Cairo's interest and meet
tho approval ot its citizens.
A DISASTROUS FIRE.
Last night, about half-past ten o'clock,
the Arab fire bell sounded the alarm of fire
to which all the bells in the city immedi
ately responded. The cause of the alarm
was the appearance of fire in the rear end
of Mr. P. G. Schuh's magnificent drug
store. The store bail just been closed for
the day-all doors being closed
and lunre there was no
ilraiiuht; but thick clouds of black tmoke
filled the house from the first floor up ami
was forced out at every crevice. A great
column of fire shot out of the rear end of
the building K'vt ral times, but in somo
way it was coi.tined to tho building and
nothing but smoke was seen to issue from
it afterwards. The fiio department was,
of course, piomptly on hand. The steamer
was al.xt brought out, but it was some
time before it could be gotten
in good working order. Messrs. T. C.
Walkins, George Lattner and George. O.
Earns, a man well known as a dareing
fireman, were with the Hibernian compa
ny and entered the rear of the store and
threw the first water on the fire itself
The other engines all got to work in a few
minutes alter, and in less than three
quarter of an hour after the first alarm was
given the fin1 was under control, and soon
after that entirely out. It was impossible
to learn the facts a to the origin of the fire;
but it is supposed that one ot the clerks
bmI a man who was employed to scrub and
oil the floor of tho prescription department
had tut linseed oil on the
stove in order to heat it,
which would make it penetrate the floor
more readily, and it is thought that the
oiled floor caught firo from the stove.
Mr. Schuh's store is one of the finest in the
state, ami though the fire was confined to
the rear portion, the heat jienctrated all
parts of the builing, cracking all the great
French plate windows, which were so
hot that one could not touch them without
being burnt. Water was thrown into the
building on the first and second floor, and
when finally the front door was opened,
came out in a continuous stream several
inches deep. The firemen worked nobly
and it is greatly due to their efforts that
(he conflagration was confined to its place
of origin. The building and stock arc
badly damaged, but covered by insurance.
The former is insured fur four thousand
dollars, and the latter for half its value.
Nothing tries the patience of a man
more than to listen to a hacking cough,
which lie knows could easily be cured by
by investing US cents in a bottle or Jr,
Bull's Cough Syrup.
Mr. David Itoat, ot Dongola, was in tho
city yesterday, registered at the Planters
Mr. M. Lcipuld, of Mount Carmel, was in
Cairo yesterday --stopping at tho Planters
Mrs. Porter, of New Grand Chain, was
hero yesterday, registered at the Hotel do
Mr. F. 8. Jewctt, agent for Samuel Cup
pies & (., of Kt. I,oiis, Mo., was in Cairo,
Mr. J. II. Parsons, of St. Louis, and agent
for tho St. Louis Republican, was in Cairo
on business yesterday.
Capt. L. T. Bradley, of tho steamer fit.
Louis, ami a resident of Columbus, Ky.,
was in tho city on business yesterday.
Mr. Hoopau, a prominent olthton of VB'a
Ridge, was In tho city yestorday. Ho rfl
ports measles to have boon very general io
Tho following persons, among othori,
wero registered at tli Hotel de Winter
yesterday! Chas. A. Creich, Chicago Ili.;
G. 1). Phillips, New Orleans, L-i J
Chicago, 111.; P. L. Betts and O. W. Fur
guson, of St. Ijouis, Mo
Mh.R. Hciiarfrb, Allegany City Pa ,
ha.) the rheumatism for A
single b.,tth3iom:Jw0llcurod ,,im
RrtwiHK' simply call on your druggist
rJl.rHei.c Wngh Syrup," when you
havo a cold or cough
25 cents a bottle.
- GEO. X. O'HARA,
AJvtrtiiimnti in nonpartil not iutintn carjn)
qf ftvt linti or lui Iff thit column, 10 crnli tach in
itrtian. WANTED. Two tlrst rUM tuauiHtreMuii. Ap
ply 4t I I corner f levnlli air-ut biiiI Cum
mvrctal aveuue, to MISH Hit iNNEK.
IORHALR. Tho tiiuutlful ciiiUkh hij.) 1m ou
' Tenth Htreet Apply to Mm. McLknii 11 hrr
nilllluur "lore on Eighth tn ct,
ACOOKINC) 8TOV 8 for Mle.w Itli two Iron potn,
two bake punt nd two grlililli': a. fil
fr ton dollars. Apply at Hulli lin ufflre
WANTED-Partner with mllrnpitM tu en
gaga In a paying maiiafacturliiK Imrlncan. Ap
ply at Ho. HI Ohio Low.
V iR KENT- Hiirn, fiiriiUtuil o, iiMmuirhvd
1 with or witluiut hoard, at ri'umnnlilii rntea
Apply at lliillellii hulldliiK.
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Saturday Eveniujr, March lil.
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Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
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ALL KINDS OF JOB WOHK DOKE TO OltUEH.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - - Illinois
NEW YORK STOKE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN THK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIER Sc CO.,
Cor, Nineteenth atreet I Prtil'A Til
Commercial Avenue tilHU, J1I
rpiIE CITY NATIONAL RAN ii
W. P. IIAU.IDAY, Vrculdont.
II. L. IIAU.IDAY, VIce-Pn-McltDl.
THOS. W. IIALLIDAY, Cahir.
I. RTA'ATS TAYLOR, W. t. NAIXIDAT,
BINH L. HAIXT1UT, B. H. CI'NIMOIU,
. D. aJJAMa(IN, fTIIMKN BIHt),
II. H. CANDRB.
Exchange, Coin and United States Ronda
BOUGHT AND BOLD.
Dapotltarocelved and I general tanking bnilueai
Crrr CtKtiK'i Orrmc. I
Caiuo, 111., March Kith.
Public notice ! hureby Bivn tluil on Tin'adity,
ib lth day of April, A D. lwi.a genoral t'lfc-
the th ,' r AJ1
Ullll ht! till 111 II
tinnwll behold in the city of Ca rn, AiiixauMir
connty, ttp f I Hniile, for the election f tliii
fe lowing nmed odicera, trlr,: A Mayor, Uty ITi'rk,
City i reaanrur, utiy Attorney, roue "inni'imvu,
and one Alrtennan from each of the tlvo ward of
theclty. Cor the purpuKtf of aald elmitluo pull
will he opened at the following named pUnm, vlai
In tho Kirat Ward, at the Athiinenm bullillni, on
Commercial ayriine between Hlxih mid Hcvcntli
atruuta: In tho Henond Ward at the onclno honie
or the Roach and Heady flro company: tn tho
Third WariT.atthe engine houne of the Hlbern an
flro company; tn tho Fourth Ward, at the court
bouae; Iu the Fifth Ward, at the atoruliouao build
ing of Jamea Carroll, on the nnrthweHt corner of
TweDtv-fllgbtb etruet and Commercial avenue,
Hld election will bcnpemid at I'lulit o'clock In tho
morning and contlune open until auvua o'clock III
the afternoon of Mine day.
By ordor of the City Council.
D, J. FOLEY, City Clork.
A pa weok In your own town, !i outfit free, No
Al)I)rlak. Header, If yon want a bualnuaa at
v "which pereoni of either lui can make great
pay all the time ther work, write for particulars to
11. 11ALLKTT A CO., Portland.