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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
NTKRED AT TBB POST OFFICE IS CAIKO, IL
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Mr Editor: , , .
Having been solicited ly my friends nutl by
groat number or clllxfim who have herctoloru been
opposed 10 me, io buhIii become it candidate! rr
inn mayoralty of the city of Cairo, I hereby tin
noiince rcvflf for tlinl position, pledging to the
voters of Cairo to do an heretofore, not to shirk
my duty in the hour of peril, and assure Ihiin that
nil mv action e IihII he to the Intciest or Cairo mid
bor citizen I rr-ruRin yi,"1!";J'V.!,.'v ri. i.
ir Editor: , ,., .
At the earnest solicitation of ninny citizens Irru
ipectivoor color or politic", I buve consented to
become a candidate lor the olllee of City Clerk,
and respectfully ak the active and willing support
Cairo, HI., MBrch lotb, 11.
Having been solicited by aiiiimlier of my trie (In
all over the city to hecime a candidate for city cloik
In thii coming cltv election. 1 hereby, in compli
ance with the wishes th ii e pressed, announce
myself aKarauiIldnte for that oflli c. and hope that
all my friend will stuml bv triu.
JOHN I.AI.l. i .
We arc a thorizid to announce Mr. JOHN
. WILKKUSON a. a catiidate lor City Cifk In
the April election.
Sir Editor: ,
Please announce mo a caiidldiitj for re election
to the cilice of Police Magistrate at the eueuiug
City election, llcapcctfiilly,
GUI) K. OLMSTED.
Wc are authorised to annouuee Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS an a candidate for the office of Police
Magistrate for the city of Cairo at the coming city
POU CITY TUEASV HER.
Editor Bulletin: Please announce my name an an
independent candidate for the office or L ily l reas
urer al the ensuing citv election
THOMAS J. KEUTH.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notices In this column. t)v cents per line, each
I nuerlion. For one month, 50 cents per line.
1-$T New York. fcJ
KAULV HOKE SEED.
Just received 150 bbls of New York
Ktrly Hose Seed Potatoes. Direct from the
Eist, choice Seed.
New York Stokk. '
Closing; Out, Roots and Shoes.
Having a very large stock of winter
goods on hand consisting of Gents', Ladis'
apd Childrens' sewed and pegged Hoots ami
Shoes, I have determined to close it out at
prices that defy competition, in order to
vnako room for an immense stock of spring
goods which will begin arrive soon. If
in want of anything in my line I would ad
vise you to call on me before purchasing
elsewhere, as I will assure you good bar
gains. I invite all to call and see for
themselves. C. Koch.
No. UO Commercial avenue between Fifth
nnd Sixth streets. Cairo Ills.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred I Hulk oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and llaltiinore
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Ked Snapper," the king among ti.sh
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Semi your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. ItomcKT Hewitt, Ag't.
Use The Cairo IU i.lktin scratch books,
for sale at the office, 1200 leaves to the
The must 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, and none but the
best artists in that line of industry are em
ployed there. Persons wishing a first class
hair-cut, shave or Khumpoon should call at
the parlor of Win. Alba.
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take nolice that I
will bo found in my office from 8 o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of
receiving the same. I here is money saved
by paying taxes at once. I all and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Cairo, 111., March;), 181.
A good stork of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, for sale at The Ucllktin
Bk wise; simply call on your druggist
for "Dr. Seller's Cough Syrup," when you
have a cold or cough. .25 cents a bottle.
Bitfklen's Arnica Salve.
The best Balve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, (ever sores,
etter, chapped hands, chillilains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect natisfaction in
every case or money refunded. Price, 25
cent per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'IIaiia
Having made extensive improvements in
the Planter' House and being now
tboroulilv prepared to accommodute any
number ul day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's f-atrouage in
this line. Our accommodation are equal
in every respect to those ot any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Bono & Gazzola.
NEW YOltK KAULV HOHK.
Just received 50 bills, of choice Seed
PotatoeB, the finest in the market.
J. C. Clark,
No. '.'5 Eighth Street.
60MKTIIINO NEW !
Try them. At New York Store for 12
cents per lb very line for breakfast. Alo
Deep Sea fresh Mackerel in 5 lb cans.
Whittakcr's Star Sugar Cured Hams,
Smoked Slioulders.Sch clcd liieakfast Mess
Mackerel, Maple and Hold Head Syrup,
canned goods of every diseription, choice
liutter, country produce. In fact every
thing that is kept in n first-class grocery.
Call ami price goods. J. C.Clark.
Ao. -') r.ignin street.
Cisterns! ( istenis!
The building of new ami cleaning out
nnd repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal piomptly attended to.
.1. S. Hawkins.
S-" Seed. Seed. iH
Full lino of Irvhh Garden and Field
Seeds just received. (.'Iwver Seed, White
Onion' Setts, Sugar Corn, Timothy Seed,
lied Onion Sts, Early Peas, JJlue Grass
Seed, Potato, Black Wax IVans, nnd other
kinds; Sweet Corn, Corn Hill Beans, Seed
Oats. Our swells are fresh and will give
Full line of Plows and Plow Harness at
bottom prices, at
New York Stoke.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantagraph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by The Cairo Bclletin
fornuttiner up Letter, Note, Bill Heads nnd
other printed stationery.
A fr load or choicri Michigan Apples
just received and for sale by G. M. Alden,
8 Ohio Levee.
Mrs. Sionul 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 Ninth & Tenth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have inerecsed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, 9 a. m.
Ladies' ch'.ss at 3, and night school at 7 p.
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
MntTNTKn varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bclletin office.
Tim best of eorned beef in anv ouantity
dAired can be had at Fred Keohler's sam
ple shop on Eighth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
also always hand. Call upon Fred if
you want good meats.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice in then column, teu ctnit per line,
oach insertion. Marked
-Kockford, Ills., is to have a 150,000
-After May 2nd the Toronto carpenters
will demand 20 cents nn hour.
See notice of furniture repaired and
varnished, in "ten cent column."
Wharf boat No. 1 baa been under the
care of carpenters for some days pft.st.
Many of the lumber camps in Michi
gan are breaking up too much snow.
Work on the brick walk on the north
side ot Sixth street has been commenced.
-Hon. Jacob Carter, the oldest knight
templar in New Hampshire, died Monday
niht at Concord.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bclletin office.
Major Hinkle returned from New
Y'ork yesterday mominir. He reports the
tobacco market there very favorable.
Mr. Louis Jv-ohler, Sr., who has leen
suffering Reverely with a frost bitten foot
for some time, is able to be out again.
Nearly all the residents on Cross
street are improving their premises by
prcpairing the ground around them for
flower gardens, building new fences, etc.
Dr. Clark offers a liberal reward for
the man that robbed him of his dirk while
he was conversing with a man on business
of importance down town one day this
The first of a icrien of meetings will
be held in the Presbyterian church this
evening. The services will bo conducted
by Ileverend Armstrong, who Is a mission
ary of some note.
The Anderson steel works at Pitts
burg have been sold to a New Y'ork compa
ny, who will put $5,000,000 to 0,000,000
into the business of making stuel by the
Lizzie Raines, a prostitute of Spring
field, III., has been awarded 2,000 dam
ages against the city marshal, because or
her arrest without a warrant, being a viola
tion, ot the bill of right.
The Ohio river is rising. It registered
thirty-two feet and three-tenths yesterday
evening, at six o clock.
The Cairo criminal dockets do not
bear the date ot March 17th, 18S1, uot a
single case coming before any of our police
Yesterday afternoon the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union met at Reform
hall and transacted business ot some im
portitnce. The attendance was good and
the exercises interesting, as usual.
A man named Thomas Riley, who was
at work on a scaffold at the
new elevator, yesterday morning
fell from it to the ground, alighting upon
his back, but did not injure himself se
An error occurred in the announce
ment of John S. Wilkerson, the latest can
didate for city clerk, in yesterday morn
ing's Bulletin. We called him "George,"
which was a mistake. John 8. Wilkinson
is the name.
Along certain railroads in Minnesota
this winter snow-bound travelers finding it
impossible for the. train to go on have
footed It to the next station on the top of
immense snow drifts, their only safety from
sinking being the grasping of the telegraph
Harry Walker's band was lead around
town by a little jackass yesterday after
noon. He was covered with a cotton
blanket and decorated with green ribbons
about the feet, head and tail. The mem
bers of tho troupe also wore green ribbons
on their breasts.
Mr. E. C. Tuttle, clerk in the Illinois
Central railroad, who has been living in
Mrs. Fitzgerald's house on Sixteenth street,
for some time, has removed to a house on
Twentieth street. Mr. Ambrozc Pyatt will
occupy the house vacated by Mr. Tuttle.
He moved into it yesterday.
The plank sidewulk near the corner of
Sixteenth and Locust streets, back of
Winter's row, is very much out of repair.
The planks have all rotted away on one
end of it and the ground, together with
part of the cinder walk, has been rooted up
by lulus, thus making it almost impassable,
even in dry weather.
Day boarders may find it to their in
terest to glance over our special local col
umns this morning, where they will find
the notice of Messrs. Botto & Gazzola, pro
prietors of the Planters House, who are
now ready to take any number of day
boarders at reasonable rates.
Com. Tom King, of Cape Girardeau,
Mo., has purchased the fine new steam fer
ryboat, Rosalie Smwt, to be delivered in
St. Louis as soon as the river opens, to ply
between Cape Girardeau, Mo., and East
Cape Girardeau, 111., in place of the steamer
Cairo, that was sunk by ice February 5th.
One of our up town grocers was yes
terday accosted by a man from EIco, in
this county, and asked tor a quarter with
which to purchase a night's lodgiiig, but
hardly had the man gotten the money
when he hailed a barouche and paid ten
cents of it for a ride down to "his hotel."
The grocer's feelings can be better imag
ined than discribed.
The Catholic church on Ninth street
was well filled with citizens last evening to
listen to the lecture of Father Eckh-s, of St.
Louis, Mo., which was a rare treat to those
who beard him. He was attentively
listened to from the beginning to the end
of his discourse. The proceeds will, no
doubt, be ample for the purpose for which
they are intended.
Yesterday being St. Patrick's day,
"the green"' could be been at nearly every
corner of the street by the casual observer.
It was worn by the boys in the button
holes of their coats and in their hats.
Several United States flags, with a strip of
green stitched onto the end, were unfurled
and in the evening the St. Patrick's society
in their uniforms attended iu a body the
lecture of Itev. Kekles, at St. Patrick's
We learn from a telegram to the Chi
cago Inter-Ocean that Mahonc, the new
preserver of the republican party, is a long
haired, long-bearded runt, wearing a flabby
necktie and shirt-cuffs, and trousers cut iu
the old fashioned style with flap in front.
Since the Virginia stalimau has changed
his principles it would le well for him to
have Itoth sides of his troupers made alike.
This would mislead the public a v, which
direction he was traveling in.
All day yesterday was taken tip in the
county court by tin: trial of Mrs. Geek, win
was charged with keeping an assignation
house. A great number of witnesses were
examined on both sides, and the case ably
argued by State's Attorney Dainron as the
prosecutor, and Messrs. J;ek and Mulkey
for the defendant. The ease was given to
the jury at about six o'clock and a verdict
of guilty was brought in about seven
o'clock. Tho defense made a motion for a
new trial, which will be argued this morn-
Tho Paducuh Enterprise copies our
article about Mattie Harris and discourse
quite familiar, y about the woman, show
ing that she is not a stranger to that city,
and since that is the second city in this
part of the country that has been heard
from with regard to her since The Bulle
tin's exposure of her, it is Bafo to presume
that she Is a bad esse
of no insignflcant character. In
Its commeuls upon The Bulletin's last
article the Enterprise says that tho womnn
found more "victims in Cairo than cold
hearted Puducah afforded." The Enterprise
innocently does Cairo an iujustico in this
remark. Had Tub Bulletin published
the name of the youth who so kindly as
sisted Mrs. Harris away, and of the place
he claims as "home," tho Enterprise would
probably have omitted that remark.
Telegraphic lines do pay, Two years
ago a strictly commercial lino of telegraph
was established between tho cities of Chi
cago and Milwaukee. Messages were
transmitted over this line, eighty miles in
length, at from five to ten cents each ; and
even at this low rate the profits were so
great that, after allowing for operating
expenses and cost ot repairs, the line
paid for itself in a year and
half, and is now earning dividends for the
fortunate stockholders at the rate of 200
Reform hall was again the attraction
for many of ourteniperancepeoplo last even
ing. R v. P. C. Bush, tho man who mixes
temperance and religion so admirably, had
left for his homo in Columbus, Ky., to at
tend to his flock there, but Rev. B. Y
George supplied his place in a very satis
factory manner. Rev. George spoke for
quite a while in his usually elegant style,
furnishing the best of entertainment and
much matter for serious thought to thoso
present. There will be another meeting to
night. An interesting event takes pbico to-day
which should be witnessed by all who can
spare the time to attend it. Mr. F. S
Kent challenged any man in tho county a
few davs ami to meet him in
a shooling match, and Dr.
G. G. Parker ha? accepted the challauge.
Both of these gentlemen are noted as good
shots and hence a hot contest and some
fine shooting will certainly take place,
which will be interesting to witness. The
event is to come oil' it four o'clock this af
ternoon, at Grave Yard Ridge; tho stakes
are the price of the balls etc. Fifty balls
are to be shot at, at a twenty-five foot rise.
Mr. Kent has a new gun that ho wishes to
try and thought this a very good way of
The Bclletin was guilty of a slight
indiscretion yesterday morning. In its ac
count of the tire which occurred the night
before it used tho following scntenre:
"Mess s, T. ('. Watkins, George Lattner
and Geo. (). Farm were with the
Hibernian company and threw the
first water iu the fire itself."
This was an indiscretion and we have suf
fered the consequences. We shall be
P5l',ll7 'O'N III' ItJ V-1 V Ijll'UiJ W'J 1IIVI Vi 4 liU
next time there is a fire and any one ap
rfinttir it ciu'li iiulinr.tiriha rwi morn Tin.
proaches us with a request to state that
this or that company threw "first water on
the fire itself" we'll well, we have several
soda water bottles tilled to the neck with
nitro-glyccrine and we have telegraphed
for a nihillist or two.
The exposure of an alleged big scheme
ot hud stealing from the government in
southeast Missouri may be a gwd thing if
it result in calling attention to the agricul
tural merits ot some of the land in the
region named. The popular idea of south
east Missouri seems to be that it is a district
converted into a gigantic swamp by the
earthquake of 1811, and since inhabited
chiefly by cotton-mouths ami a few fam
ilies whose men cannot read and whose
women chew snuff As a matter of fact
southeast Missouri offers a rich soil and
many other advantages to the enterprising
settler, and, though no great university has
yet been established down there and the
best opera companies rarely go there,
many excellent people inhabit the country
and are prepared to welcome new neigh
"The points which make dwellings
healthy are pure uir, sufficient light, suita
ble temperature or warmth, and dryness of
ground. The ground and the air under it
have a great deal to do with the dwellin"
above it. and if the moisture underneath
creates dump, unhealthy miasma, so will
the air above be saturated with its cfllnvis,
enter the tender human lungs, and there
vitiate the whole breathing process. In
most cases the choice of dwelling is made
in a very off hand manner and no attention
whatever is paid to these things. The
storage of decaying animal or vegetable
matter is a terrible cause of bad air in
dwellings, and in winter, when the slight
est dampness may i-hiko disease, it is ai
necessary quickly to remove decaying mat
ter as iu slimmer. Keep your dwelling
dry, win.-u you have chosen it carefully,
bring li-ht into it, purify ihe air, and when
you enter it your lungs will voluntarily ex
pand iff the effort to breathe a healthy at
mphcre." Food ond Health.
Tin; Paducuh News rejoices over the
fact that the court house yard in that city
is (o be used as a park for the people
Cairo has a park -has had it for a number
of years, but we cannot say that our peo
ple have found very much pleasure iu the
fact as yet. Not that our. park is not a
magnificent attraction for most any one
that has not lived here for
years, for it is. 'It would furnish
weeks ol entertaining study for
the most noted artists, the most travelled
sportsmen and the most highly educated
student of ail and science. But, you know,
our people have seen the park so often and,
of course, one looses interest even in tho
grandest things by oft repealed contempla
tion of them. There have not been any
new curiosities added to our park this
month and hence the crowd of visitors
PHfflNn DKtfG STOKE,
G1ZO. E. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Coinineif lal Avenue
and Eighteenth Street. (
there has grown smaller day by day until
one is almost able to count them as they
come out or go in at the grand entrance.
Unless Paducuh can improve upon Cairo's
manlier of running a park she had better
postpone the business.
A crowd wus gathered in front of Mr.
Paul G. Sehuh's drug store all day yester
day viewing the awful work of the fire tho
night belore. A just conception of the
ruin wrought could not be obtained until
yesterday, and it proved to be far beyond
the expectations of most people. The pala
cial establishment, of which Cairo had
good reason to be proud, was transformed
into a blackened vault, where naught but
smoked ruins met one's sight. The elegant
show cases, which wero placed along each
side of tho store, were all broken by the
heat, and the water ran in streams down
through the ceiling, spoiling what the in
tense heat had failed to reach. It is as
yet impossible to determine the exact ex
tent of the loss, as the damage done to the
stock can only be discovered by examining
it thoroughly, and this Mr. Schuh has
postponed until the agents of his insurance
company arrive. Ho estimates his loss at
not less than ten thousand dollars. This
is, of course, a great loss to him
and would discourage many
men; but Mr. Schuh intends to
restore his establishment to its original
splendor, the work to begin as soon as
practicable, and lie says that in a few
months no signs of the effects of the fire
will be visible about the premises.
REAL ESTATE CHANGES.
Taylor V Parsons to Ellen Toomey; deed,
dated December Urd, 180, for lot seven
teen, block nine, in the first addition to
the city of Cairo. Consideration ten dol
lars. W. K. Milam nnd wife to James M. Har
per; warrantee deed, dated March 14th,
1NS1, tor lot one, in liriley's addition to the
town of EIco. Consideration one hundred
A CARD OF THANKS.
I desire to publicly express my gratitude
to all who aided in extinguishing the fire,
which threatened to totally destroy my
drug store on Wednesday night. To the
several fire companies I am particularly
thankful lor their noble and successful ef
forts nt that occasion. P. G. Schuh.
Mr. S. P. Wheeler has returned from Mt.
Judge Fombelle, ol Villa Ridge, was in
Mr. M. K. Kuihne, the piano tuner and
organ builder, returned from Bunker Hill,
Mr. Win. Murphy, deputy internal rev-
euue collector for this district, returned
from Washington yesterday morning. He
left Garfield behind.
Among the guests at the Hotel de Win
ter yesterday were: P. Steminger and
George Pcum, of Chicago, 111.; G. D.
Wiend, of St. Louis, Mo.; C. S. Jackson,
of Nashville, Teun.; H. C. Lynch and wife,
of FredtP tktown, Mo.
At the Planters Houe the following
guests registered, among others: F. Nor
man, of the Illinois Central railroad; A. B.
Oatewood, of Cincinnati, ().; R. F.Porter,
of the steatner John Porter; M.C.Bryant
and J. K. Mi Cann, of St. Louis, Mo.; N. M.
Goodie?!, of Evansville, Ind.
At a Loss tor Words.
The pleasure which I hereby attempt to
expn si can not be half conveyed by words.
Physicians of very high character and noto
riety have lien tofore declared my rheuma
tism to be incurable. Specifics, almost
'.iiimlxTlis, have failed to cure or even al
leviate the intensity of the pain, which has
frequently confined mo to my room for
three mouths at a time. Ono week ago I
was seized w ith an attack of acute rheuma
tism of the knee. In a few hours tho en
tire knee-joint became swollen to enormous
proportions, and walking rendered impossi
ble. Nothing remained for me, and I in
tended to resign myself as best I might to
another month's confinement to my room
and bed, whilst sulfering untold agonies.
By chance I learned of the wonderful cura
tive properties of St. Jacobs Oil. I clutch
ed it as a straw, and in a few hours was en
tirely fn e from pain in knee, arm and
shoulder. As I before stated, I cannot
find words to convey my praise and grati
tude to tho discoverer of this king of rheu
matism. Ch as. S. Strickland, Boston,
9 Boylston Place and 1511 Harrison Ave.
We must tell some men A great deal to
teach them a little, but the knowledge of
the curative properties of Spring Blossom
in cases of sick headache, Indigestion and
Biliousness is bought by experience.
Prices: 1., 50 cents, and trial bottles 10
Boilh, pimples, and all blood diseases
Km cured by "Dr. Llndscy 1JHM seacn-
Hold by all druggists.
AJwrtutmrnli in mmfiareil .not buimtu cur J,)
ff fir Imtt or Itu in Iki, tourn , 10 ttntt tat It in
urlion. WANTED -Kwjb. dy to have niom-y ami
, 1hvtl'lrfiiriilturfl repalrvil ami vrii!l.c.
hjr V. K. King, Shop rippoxlte court limine. Or
dcra by mail or at the iliup will have prompt atten-
WANTEI).Two nrt-rlii ncumMniM.... Ap
ply at t e corner f Elevenih nr-et nnd Cum
merclal avenii, to .VIsnUK NNEK.
I."V)KHALK.-Th hemtiftil coif rn lut on
Tenth Street Apply to .Mr. McLean it Uvt
milliner more on Eighth xtn-et.
A COOKING STOVE for al.ltli two Iron 1,1,0.
two haka pann and two i;rllillri: will , ,j
f-T ten dollam. Apply at f t u 1 1-1 1 11 i,fi -
WANTED-I'artner wnh a Hhslliiiplnil 10 .
nave in a paying manulm nu-ini: lniim-. Ap
ply at No. HI Ohio Lever.
P"It KENT-llonnm. fninif.i,t eMNtiiMi.-d
with or without hoard,' hi ienoiuLli- ratea
Apply at Ilnlletui hnlldin(.
A T II K N IO U M
Saturday Evening March V.).
R. E. J. MILES'
A L 1 0 E 0 A T E S
ENGLISH COMIC OPERA COMPANY
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Ml LETKEK CUi. Bowers
(Creditor of Roland 1
ADMISSION, MMd 75 cents. Itinrvfd iu-aL at
HTGVESlND TIN WAKE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
TIN, COPPEIt & SHEET-IUON WAKE
ALL KINDS OF JOB WrjItK DONE TO OHDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - . Illinois!
"EW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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Cur Clsuk's Okhob, I
Caiiio. III., March Ultb, '
Public notice la hereby given thut ou Tueaday,
the Hftb day of April, A. I) IHHI.a general elec
tion will be held In the city of Cairo, Alexander
ruanty, elate ef I linola, for the eloctlou f tho
fa lowing named ofllcera, via: A Maror, City Clerk,
City Treasurer, City Attorney, Police Magistrate,
and one Alderman from each of the Ave ward a or
theelty. Kor the purpone of aald election poll
will bo opened at the following named places, viz:
In the First Ward, at the Athenenm building, on
Commercial arenne between Sixth and Seventh
streets; In tho Second Ward at the engine hotisu
oftheKotiub and Ready tire com nan v; In tho
Third Ward.atthe engine house of tho tllhern an
fire company; In the Fourth Ward, at the court
bouse; In the Kink Ward, at the storehouse build
ing of Jamea Carroll, on the uorthwust corner (f
Twnnty-elgbth street and Commercial avenue.
Said election will be opened at eight o'clock In thu
morning and continue open until seven o'clock Iu
the afternoon of tame day.
By order of the City Council .
D.J. FOLEY, City Clerk,
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Bay all the time ther work, writ for particulars to
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