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THE DAILY, CAIRO BULLETIN: THURSDAY MORNING,' MARCH 31, 1881.
THK DAILY BULLETIN,
official rxritK ofcityand cocnty
KNTKKKD AT THK I'OST nKFICK IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS. AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER.
LOCAL WKATHKK KKI'OltT
Mar. :, lusi. I
Time. Ur. I'her
Hum. Wind. Vel Weather.
Maximum Temtierature. 4i tttnlmnm Tem
ranitnra :l.i: Kain il.Hi nichea, milled, allow too
m h 1 1 to meaauro.
Kiver, as fwl 4 lucuea. Kali 8 liit-hca.
W. II. KAY,
St ru't Slfiml Conn. I'. 8. A
Having been aollciii a y my friend" nml liy a
great number uf rinxeiia who have heretofore been
oppoaed to mi", 10 Nunm become u cuiulidalo for
the mayoralty of the city uf Cairn, I hereby an
iioimre iu.vim'II for that Kiiintiii, pli-ilunii: to tlm
vutera of Cairo to do an heretofore, not to ulilrk
in r duty In Itii- lioiir of peril, and n-"iire them tliat
ail mv aetioinmliall he to the ink-rent of Cairo a'ld
hi-r citizen. 1 remain your reapertfully.
I'KACiC AND I'lioiiliKNS. SI'KEAI) TUB
C'aiihi. March 17th. IBM.
Tj the voter uf tin' oily ot Cairo:
At the ru(ucii ul iimny citizens thu uiiiliTi-innd
utt'TD liin aervicra to tin- ludepeudanl votera of
Cairo aa a candidate for the office of mayor. Tho
cily riMiitrua a man of commercial experience,
.1 u n't a( tttii time, when we are ao fixed liy union
and forclgu Interference in tmr Imainoa manage
ment ou thin great Aim-rii-aii continent, and lu the
name ot Wahlnit'in, JifleraHn, and Juc.kaon. and
in the mine uf Hie Ureal I'utou (ireenback l.ali r
Party, for truth, juatioe and eiiial lights, will I
ttanil. Vox p ptl-vox lei,
I)r f. K. (LAKKE.
They aro Comiuj.
1 ho Immense stock of Boots nod Shoes
for tho Spring and Summer trade aro now
daily arriving, and when all in will be the
largest, best selected ami most complete
Mock ot Men s ami Boys, Ladies and C hi 1
dren's Boots and Shoes ever brought to
thm City. Comprising nil the latest styles
and thu nest Handmade and Eastern
Uoods ever offered to the Public. Having
purchased all my goods tor Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, and will give the
public thu Benefit by Helling them lower
for Cash than anv oilier House. I invite
all to call on mc if in want of anything in
my line before purchasing elsewhere.
Hoot and Shoe Dealer, N'o. 90. Commer
cinl Ave., between Filth and Sixth Streets,
The annual meeting of thu stockholders
of the Cairo City (ins Co., for the election
of a Board of Directors tor the ensuing year,
ami for the transaction ot such other busi
ness as may be properly brought before
Iheiu, will take place at the office of the
company in this city, -on Monday, April
4th, 181, at 2 ji. m. II. T. Okkoli.u.
yOR CITY ATTitKXKV.
Please announce me b a candidate for re-i lection
to the oflicx ul City Attorney at the eueulug city
election. .'I ok I ri Hpeetiuiiv.
W K. HRNDKICKS
I hereby notify all persons not to either
sell or give to my husband, Thomas Win
ters, any intoxicating lnpiors of any kind,
as I will prosecute to its full extent any
one who may violate the law in regard to
said notice. Joanna Yyintkhs.
At the earneal olicitntiou of lnatiy citi.ena- irre
spective of color or polttlca, I have conaented to
become a candidate for the oftlce of (,'ily Clerk,
and reapect fully ak the active and willing aupport
of all who r tavorahle to my candidacy
JNO. .1. I5IKU.
Cairo, Ilia., March loin, 111.
lUvInu lieen aollclted liy Bnumlvcr of my frl dn
all over the city to hecomoa caudidate lor city cieik
in the coniinu city election, 1 uerchy, in compll
nee with the winhea thiM expMaavd, autioiihce
mytelf Ba candidate for thtt olllre. and hope that
all id v friendi will etaud hr me.
We are a Ihorized to announce Mr. ,H)HN
K. Wl L.KKICSON aa cadidatu fur City Cle-k in
the April election.
We lire ailtholii' d to annoiice Mr. LK.VNDKH
AXLE V aa u randid.ilu tor 'it v Clerk 'n the elec
tion to he held nex' mom h
l'lee announce thai I am. a candid'ite for re
electlou to the otllee of City Clerk at the eiiKiiiii
city election. 1). J. FOLK Y.
Liinniicr'ri Meat Shop.
Ous Lumnier has bought the shop cor
ner Nineteenth and Poplar, and will keep
it stocked with the very best licet, Mutton,
Pork, etc. He invites all his old and
many new customers to call on him with
their orders, which will receive prompt at
Mr. Schoerubs, tho cabinet maker. We are requested to announce that
building a uew picket feuca in front ot Jlis ,ll(!re " b meeting at the saloon of
rcsidenco on tho north side of Fifteenth Tlnunns Clark, on Ohio levee, on the
street, between Walnut and Cedar streets. ullit ot Thursday, March 81t, which all
li i : i ... . . candidates are reaitPHtBd to nitpn.l
nevenu jiiaaniiii mrciers nave latuly
succeeded iu getting excellent sugar front . Yestwtay work in the sheriff's ollice
me sap oi uie oox eiuer. I no nugar in was again very heavy. A large number of
sucli sap is three times greater than in s Cairo's small tax-payers calling to have
uko quantity oi mapte sugar sap. their indebtedness to the county cancelled
Khode Island greenbackera havo noui- The receipts yesterday were about twenty'
inated a full state ticket; and the prohibi- "We hundred dollars, which speak well for
tionists have nominated a governor and a our citizens and gave Sheriff Hodges all tho
lieutenant governor, and take the republi- work he could do. At this rate tho pros
pcctive delinquent list is being rapidly re
diieeil in size.
To strangers who come to Cairo the
public buildings seem to be objects of con
aiderablo interest. The custom house and
posofliee in particular is almost daily visit
ed by a company of ladies and gentlemen,
who are invariably taken in tow by one ot
the polite officials in tho building. Mr.
!eo. H. Fisher seems to have become a fa
vorite with them because, of Ins well,
can candidates for the rest.
C. O. 1). Collect on delivery.
P. O. It. Pay or return.
P. (). B. Privilege on board.
P. F. S. Perfect fitting shoes, at Hay-
Carpenters have been put to work on
the house of Mr. F. Vincent, at tho corner
of Eighth street and Ohio levee, who are
to make general repairs place the tiroD-
Hiving made extensive improvements in
the Planters House ami being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day loarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our accommodation are equal
in every respect to those t any hotel in
the state and, as to rates, we are ready to
compete with any one in the city.
Botto it (Uzzola.
JPOK rol.ICK MAtilSTHATE.
J'lcaae announce mc a a candidate for re-election
l the otllce of I'oiiic Mairiatratu at the enculng
city election. Iteapectfullv,
(iEt) K. OLMSTED
We are authorized to announce Mr. ALFRED
COM INtiS bh a candidate fur the ollice of Police
MaclKtrateforthe city of Cairo at the coming cily
Editor ll'illelin: l'leaie aniiouiirn mv name aa an
independent candidate lor the office of Citv Treau
urer at the enuin city election .
THOMAS J. KERTII.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In thir column, five centa per line, each
maeriion. ror one iiioiitn, Miceiita tier Hue.
Oysters! Fish! Game I
Fresh oyster, tine and fat, for sale, by the
can or uy the hundred! Jiu Ik oysters re
ceived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct from the
packers, by every express. Fish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh.
The "Bed .Smijipcr," the king among fish
ami the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oysters and fish, comer Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Bodkut Hewitt, Ag't.
The most popular and elegant toiisorial
establishment in the city is that of Win.
(Yloa, near the corner ot bixth street and
Commercial avenue. The most complete
outfit can be found there, and none but the
best artists in that line of industry arc em
ployed there. Persona wishing a tirst class
hair-cut, shave or shampoon should call at
the parlor of in. Alba.
rty in first-class condition, when it will bo K001 looks wc HUPlc.
newly painted, etc. -Day before yesterday the ferrvboat.
I- - -
Three States, while attempting to land at
the city's gravel pile near the stone depot, East Cairo, was caught by the strong wind
and were hauling some of it to Sixth street, ftd forced to the shore under some trees
between Ohio leveu and Commercial ave- were Btanding close by the shore and
nue, where it was used in making necessa- her jack stair brohca off close to the base,
ry repairs on the street. Orherwise she was not damaged. On the
Steamboatnicn are predicting a big 8ame da7 the steamer Morgan, in coming
riso iu June at St. Louis, if we have a back- U:jwn rm'r- attempted to land at her
ward spring, that will sweep East St. Louis whurf' bllt WHS Panted from doing so by
away, change the channel and cause St. tne 8troni' wind which took lior clear down
Louis to lose her river front; but steam- to the point. No damage was done to her,
GEO. TiL 0'H
Cor. Cmniiipreial Avenue (
anil Eighteenth Street, j
-We understand that Dr. C. H. Clark,
-We have before us a handsome little
our mayor in "spe," has made arrangements volume froni the publishing house of J.
with the manager of Turner Hall to deliver
some of his powerful, convincing and logi
cal arguments on grembackism at some fu
ture day. We will inform the public in
We are reliably informed that the Mo
bile and Ohio railroad company will soon
commence the erection of a large freight
depot at the foot of Sixth street near the
Mississippi levee. It is probable that the
company's tracks will be laid along there
within a short time.
Try It! Try It!
Use the Pantitgniph Binder. Covers furn
ished free of charge. No extra charge
over ordinary binding for the tablets.
Furnished only by TiikCaiho Bci.i.ktin
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
All persons, owing taxes on real estate or
personal property, will take notice that I
will be found in my ollice from H o'clock
a. m. to 5 o'clock . in., for the purpose of
receiving the same. There is money saved
by paying taxes at once. Call and see.
Sheriff and Collector.
Caiko, 111., March :i, 1881.
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
Captain Joseph Johnson, who ws
found dead in a Paducah hotel the other
day, was a member of the Knights of
Honor. Besides a life insurance of two
thousand dollars in this organization he
had an insurance of two thousand five hun
dred more in other companies.
An object ot much intetest to Ohio
levee pedestrians last evening was a little
government tow boat named "Melusina,"
which wus lying at the foot of Eighth street.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have incrcesed S;e 19 uot over twenty-five feet long, has Iay down ruIeg for the pullman Palace Car
eir facilitiiM for thu He.r,.mmo,linn of side wheels, one smoke stack, is handsomely ,,mMB, .,,,,... k v ,
, w nuiim; iuu Willinp, Uliu llj
curtail the cheek of patent-right agents and
Several caes were brought before one to regulate the pharmacy business.
Esquire Osborn yesterday, but nothing of This may be termed the regulating general
importance was done by any of our police I assembly. Every member assumes to be a
courts. The most important ense of those I regulator, and fancies that for this purpose
1 he building ot new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality
Urders liy jioKtal promptly attended to.
.1. S. Hawkins
their facilities for the accommodation of biue ,,(!eis.0e smoKestacs, is Handsomely
their increased patronage, by having se- punted and built in a very peculiar style
cured another large room adjoining their
school on V alnut, between Twelfth and
lnirieeuui streets. Day school, y a. m.
Ladies' class at 3, and night school at 7 p
m. lerms low, but invariably in advance
W. Marsh, St. Louis,cntitled "Memoirs and
Prophecies of Mother Shipton," prepared
from MSS. in the British Museum, with a
picture of the ancient dame. The aston
ishing verifications that have followed the
prophecies of this celebrated secrcss have
aroused almost universal curiosity as to the;
events that surrounded her life. And here
we have her history and prophecies for 15
cents, for salt! by news dealers, nr sent
by the publisher direct.
During the present session of this gen
eral assembly, shout thirty bills have been
introduced which provide for the registra
tion of somelmdy else's busiuess. Among
them is one to regulate the business of the
Union Stock Yards Company of Chicago,
one to regulate the snide butter business,
one to regulate the express business, four or
five to straighten out the insurance compa
nies, one to moderate the telegraph com
panies, one to restrict the betting and jioo!
business, one to indicate to "tooth carpen
ters" what will be required of them, one to
such mean insinuations from tho public
press? Mr. Damron certainly does not de
serve such treatment at the hands of his
late campaign organ, even though he has
not been as successful in
his prosecutions as some would seem
to think that ho ought to have been. But,
perhaps, the News does not mean exactly
what it so plainly insinuated ; perhaps we
are doing it an injustice in thus attributing
to it mean motives in saying what it did
and we will assume that its intentions were
not what its utterances seem to imply.
In a postal card to one of our citizens
received here yesterday morning, Mr.
Campbell, of Hickman, Ky., the represent
ative of the large cotton seed oil company
spoken of before, says that he will be here
again some time this week to take under
further consideration the advanta"ea
offered by Cairo fr !,;,
m - '- II UC FT
mills. We have before urged the necessity
of making an effort to secure a lavoral.ln
decision from the company and we have no
doubt but that those with whom Mr.
Campbell conferred when he was here last
gave him every assurance of support from
the citizens of Cairo, giving him reason to
believe tlmt Cairo would not be behind
other cities in holding out to them other
mini me. iinuiccnienis oiiered in its many
natural ami commercial advanlawa lint
now the matter should be taken cogni zance
of by the city council, as it has been
in I'nion City and Hickman, and the "en-
tlemen should be given to understand that
Cairo really desires to have them come here
ami establish their grand -enterprise.
When Mr. J. p. fumble came here ami
made known to the city council his inteu
fion of eMablishing a large plow und wagon
factory in this city, he was met by a helping
hand rroin tlm city council, which voted
him, among other things, a certain amount
of money every year, payable quarterly, on
condition that he would employ
a certain nuinlx r ot hands constantly; but
Mr. Oami.le did not comply with his part
ot the agreement, and hence the bargain
tell through The city did not lose any.
thing by holding out this inducement to
mm so tar as we know and it is not neces
sary that it should lose anything in thiscaac,
yet a great deal might be gained. There
ought to be no unnecessary delay in the
WANTED. Mauufseinrliig concern wanta a
humtiefa man In Cairo, auilnevery city mot
Madvluki ii.i A lew Initiilietl dollara iteceaaary to
pay for goods on delivery afref ordera have been
aeeun'd for tiie aatuu. 1M) per month profit
gtiarnlit"t-d. Tin) meet aearchleg luvectlKB'lon
aollclted. A. 8 AHNol.D CO, comer first
htreetand Itroadway, Drooklyn, N, Y .
THE MILD POWER
Humphreys' Bomoopathio Specifics
I'roviMl from ample mperienee an entire
mieeimt, hlinhle. i'roinil, Klii lenl. anil
llellnlile, the me llai only imillclmia
uilapieii io Hiiilnr iiite.
I.IHT eKINCII'U. NO. Cl.'ld'.P. ri,iLI.
1. Fetera, Ormvestlon. Itiniimmntmuii. ..rc
ii. U iirina, Wiirm Mver Worm ' ille. .A
:i Cry liu Colic, or Icctlnim ,r Infanta,
I. Ilinrrliea of 1 hllilieii or Ailnliii. B
o. nyarmery, oriiiuiL' lllli'ms i one,
a. Cllnlera Morbiia, VoiiiIiIiik,
7. t iiugtin, Uold, UroiieniiiH, a
f. !euruliln, 'loolliaelie, Hrcrirrie, .Iff.
. Ilendnehea, Clek llealiielie. Vertigo, M
. HvafiepNlti, llllloUM stomach, -
tprrNea ur i-niinni rrrioun, .
linen, t(Mi prjlioe I'erKKjK, - . .
mi. i oiikii. innicuit iireiiinirnr, :s
It Ileum, l'i yli'l, Krn,ili.ii,
oointiioii. hheioniiile 1 11I114. .
liy ftieranil t nr, t hill, fever, Aue,
dera JV'. nniiil or Itlei-iliiiK. ,'Ji
linn jrrh. acute or tlimnle; Inllnenn, Ui
i'opln Ciouli, vlnieiii I ,,iinli, .Ui
. , fc rnl lelilhly.rii) HV. ukie .
A 1 ey lllaenap. :n
.ill. ilehilltv. Miernillturrlii li. I.l
tnr M eakneat.W etilni! On' '
r nl Ihe lli-Hrl. I'iili,iinili,ii, i n
"J ) ilriiintl'tn.orat lit l.r the l ime,
W ' I, f r,-e of ehitre, on n Int of
i V Vr Or. II inn .ti n- .' Ilnol, on
t W"' I lUt imueai. iilMJ lllu.lrull d
HKeiii, iiImi lllu.lrull d
illuu t Aew iork.
Ntaple ami I'anc'
Country Produce a Specialty. .
vfZRyKr,mn ''. ( all and examine
NO KKiHTII SThKFT
8T0VE8 AND TIXWAHE.
Howe Scales are guaranteed in every
particular, to be the best made. Borden,
Selleck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
he was made a solon.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Uektograph use, for sale at The Bulletin
spoken of was that of two men who had
assaulted another man, who swore out a
warrant for their arrest and, when the trial
came up, failed to appear.
County Constable John Ilogan yester
day arrested two strangers who came to the Missouri ami Mississippi rivi
town and got drunk. Upon their persons
Holler-skating is a
girls of New York City.
were found a number of new pistols and
razors, which, it is believed, they obtained
LOCAL ITEjIS. manner. I hey were too
drunk lor trail when arrested, and were
jailed until to-day when they will have a
Two of the barges, which were in tow of
the steamer John Means when she blew up
and which were damaged by the explosion,
Notice In theae column, ten centa per line.
eacti itinertiou. Marked
mania with the
-Charles Set., New York brewer, has are Ivinir at the Ohio river bank, betw.-en
fu.ilpil.liulolitii.il 4100000 I rr. .1 1 rr. .... ...
.-.v...,..- T..,.,,v,vv. lenuiano iwelti streets. Tip. muiricH
The rolling mill strike at Springfield, sustained by one of them are but slight,
Ills., is ended. Both sides yielded some
See notice of a meeting of the directors
of the Cairo City (las Company in special
-A high license ticket is in the field at
but the other had nearly her whole side
torn away. Carpenters are at work repair
Forty thousaud and five hundred dol
lars old Cairo City debt was compromised
yesterday, and still, notwithstanding the
, Fresh Meats,
i The best of corned beef in any quantity
I desired can be had at Fred Keohlcr's sain
; pie shop on Eighth street, between the
j avenues. Other meats of the best quality
f also always on hand. Call upon Fred If
I you waut good meats.
Use Tiie Cairo Bulletin scratch Ixioks,
for sale at the office, 1200 leaves to the
dozen books. 10 cents each or fl.lW per
1 Bueklen's Arnica Salve.
J The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulscrs, salt rheum, lever sores,
I etter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns, and
Sail kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
1 guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
verycaseor money refunded. Price, 25
' cents per box. For sale by Geo. K. OTIaka
1 w WWW J 11
Highland, III. It elected, it will raise the "iul1" of "Ilk,MV the good work goes on.
it may ne oi interest to the people to
know further, that there has been more of
the old debt compromised during the last
license to ;100.
Promise of a large increase in acreage
devoted to watermelons iu Mississippi
county is good.
The Memphis cotton exchange re
quests a daily river mail between Vicks
burg and Cairo.
The chief engineer of the Mexican gov-
ernment reports Captain Lads' project en
The prayer meetings in both the Me
thodist ami Presbyterian churches last even
ing were well attended.
Check books, nceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on Bhort notice
at Tub Bulletin office.
two months than in the same length of
time since the work was commenced.
-The temperance people will meet at
Reform Hall to night, and it is expected
that the new committee, appointed to con
fer with parties with a view to placing a
temperance ticket in the field, will be ready
to report. It will be interesting, and it is
certainly high time, to know who the gen
tlemen are that have accepted the honor of
a nomination upon the total abstinence
Our marine hospital physician reports
that there have been more patients in the
The new series of stock commenced CttirouoPital this year than were received at
in tho Builders and Loan Association in
this city will be open until April 2,"th.
A car load of apples will be sold out
at auction this morning, at ten o'clock, at
the store of 0. M. Alden, 79 Ohio Levee.
Mr. Clark, of the Cairo and Vincennes
railroad, yesterday moved into tlm he use of
Mr. W. W. Wright, near the corner of
Tenth and Poplar streets.
-Mr. J.W. Hill, who, it will be remem
bered, was called to Carthage, Ills., some
time ago becauw) of thc dangerous illness
of his mother, says in a letter to his
brother, Mr. Loin. Hill, clerk or the Plan
ter's Ilouse, that the old lady is much bet
ter and will recover. This will be cheerful
news to Mr. Hill's friends here.
St. Louis, Mo. This is due partly, of course,
to the fact that Cairo has been at the head of
navigation for a great part of the time; but
it is also duo somewhat to the fact that our
hospital is better managed that most others
along the river and has attained a reputa
tion for being ft).
A postal card to Mayor Thistlewood,
dated March 25th, from the man who is to
furnish the curb stone for Eighth street,
states that we may look for stono every
day that he will ship on tho first Mem
phis packet; and another from tho agent of
the liue in which tho steamer Ben. Franklin
runs, state that that bout will be stopped
at the quarj when she comes this way to
take what stone may bo ready. We muy,
therefore, look tor curbing this week with
out danger of disappointment.
matter, lor institutions like the one pro
posed to ! established by this company
are not being built everv dav in ih
Tl, ..... i: r..n.r L I . r .. ' ' - ,
...uMianiuiuaiy unui snow in me oi uic country, and Cairo cannot afford to
northwest during thc past season has in- slight any opportunity offcrrcd
spired the gravest fears of damaging floods it to acquire any new manufacturing
l!in,ll'rlii,nf lin ,i.l,,, In ..tl.... .1...: I I... ..I I' I .... .
" " ,a,,lv uiaiu.-.i uy M.-siaoiMiinii'iit. 1 1 there is any one thin-
rs. Just uiorc than another of which wP ,) i
now the frightful devastation of tho fresh- need it is factor!,--. Hn,l .;,... ....
cts in Nebraska has augmented the alarm capitalists either have as much on hand as
and caused predietiens of a repetition of the they can well manage, or have no desire
terrible flood of lS44-"l'annee des grandes to invest their money in this ,Wiin i.
caux"-when a steamboat actually steamed necessary that outsi,(; Cttpital shou'ld be
... ms ..: ooiiom opposite Mt. unus and brought here to supply this great need Y
ueo ui-aitneoiuu. n should not oc tor- lew large manufactories in Cairo would
colten. luiui'i'i.r tliul tin, ...: c I
' ,.. oicwu, uiiuniij ui Mjiveu an immense impetus- it would
the Yellowstone and Platte valley floods increase the population; Increase
my commute tiie very salety oi the lower thu demand f,r homes- increase
nver. If these floods pass off one by one thc demand for provisions ami furnishing
before the sun has climbed high enough to goods; increase the city's commerce and
melt the snows about the headwaters of the add to its wealth in a measure that can not
Missouri the danger is far less than as be calculated. The good work of bringing
hough a late spring delayed the thaw in about these very desiraUe results may as
3 m':j uiuw mi? uijrTiiiu lor- wen Utiii now
rents 01 the main mountain ranges hJiouM hence
-,1.1 ll '. . I . . m I
..... .oe.r mignty vo time and all the win- necessity of giving this matter ,huir illune
...oouiiii.rusn.ngontogeiner. ihe riatc and scrio.n attention .so that there
highest water is rarely earlier than June, may be no, lelay , action when the decisive
resent indications favor an unusually moment arrives. It would bft,visable that
long season ot high water, but not ncces- Mayor Thistlewood ,) ,hn u..........
fer with Mr. Campbell when he arrives, and
that the matter be brought to a spc-'dy and,
for Cairo, favorable conclusion.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
MAnilfu."riir.a ,.l 1 t-v .
vauiw ... an.j jeaier JD
TIN, COPPER & 8IIEET-IR0N WARE
ALL KIM OF JOB W0KK T)ONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. . . .,:.
Summer Wood and Kindling
eonauutlr on nana
At Seventy-flve cento per load.
Stave Trim miners
Atone dollar per load.
The "rtmmlDra,,are coaraeahavim.a.f.t -..l.
inc i neat aumtner wood ft)r cooklnR porpoaw .a w.l
mlth a uaelnaett natlra th.. " T1?
va rourordar. M th. T?atb YuZZFrui
as any other time, and
! we urge upon the city aldermen the
sarily a repetition of the amazing rise of
In its last issue thu Cairo News says
"When it was known that after careful in
MILL AND COM MISSION.
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
Highest Cash Prire Paid for Wheat.
quiry into the matter the courts had decid- l,.jAJ" Bt;N- N'-'I-winklk, of the Chicago
ed that there was but one house of qucs- i'i" '' St' Jttco,'!' '' is a splen-
RECORD OF DKKRS.
tionablc reputation in the city, and that the
"Ixiss" of that denied the charge, there were
some who feared the financial result of
such a showing-feared there would be a ciik lit, i.khks omen vestkhday.
ZZZZTrT V-Waddil. and wile ,oMrs.K.I)an;sne.
. ' T ' "lu'rno,m miiw cial warrantee deed, dated Mnrrl. 9,1 it
Jiattic Owens and Miss Annie Ba.el an- lor one-half of lot ,, 1 1 '
Deared U'lom .I.i.hr,. V,, a .u , , . '"my-runo,
...u.u u,,., ,-i,ii 1 iu omk:k IMIIillieri.il lui, 1. , , .1... ......
Ktl.ti.il ll.ul l... n..M..J .....I ..... '"'' " first
;. ' , ' ' , eHlS"" U"1'"" ,0 Ci,y 0f C'f'- O'liside
iiaoiiiriua. 1 i.u juoge cnargeti them
'k , 1 1 , . .
'"'' ounnreu nnd twentv f vr ,llUru
advertisement." Iloimn iw-i ..
. ' v" "i" 10 nctiry Mont: spe
cial warriinfi.i, ,l..,l 1... , ...
cial result of such a showing" etc? These iHl ir ... . .1. 1 Ith-
appear before mL t ' . ft;e,'n ",wk
Judge Vocum at thu instance of State's At- the City ot (', L , .'t,wn t0
keeping bad houses n an nl'ormn. m&n hm my
and costs each for the
Who were tho "homk who feared thc finan
women were ordered to
tion sworn out
1 iu an in lonna-
hy State's Attorney
Ilnmrnn fltwl tlm ovjM D. ... 'VI1KN S In II tl Is SeriOllslv ill lin ulm,.!
" MW "iaics call on his doctor at ,. . 1
r.0u. ..v.m, i, uouor, to proauce "een onty invest, a,! cents in a bottle of Dr.
against them, was so conclusive that they nuUV'S'1 Syrup.
saw tliemseives compelled to "advertise" Over the IliTuTrTTiwTiT"" i
themselves and their institutions by plead- th.jf t eyardS.
i i - " ' Maight to the Boneyard neonle iro who
,ng guilty to tho charge preferred against negl,(Ct too long thu dangKgnadof ap-
themby Btates Attorney Damron. Who, then, Poaching consumption, a hacking cough,
we ask the man of the News, is responsible ,llt with I)r' Tn,"ll"' Eclcctric Oil for a
forv this "advertisement?" And if v 8"ft;,C,mr(.1 l"-'l is avortod. It jsasu-
laml.U whv .hm,),! i i penatively flno remedy also for rheuma.
body is, why should ho be subjected to tism, piles, soreness, hurts, etc.
IAX PL'IlCHAMKK'rl NOTICK
ToO. W. HiiKhey. (leoryu T. Krtwarda, or aof
other peraon or peraona intereated
You are borehy notltled Hint, at a ale of real ea
late, Iu the county of Aleiandur am) mate or INI
nola hold by the county colh-cior of .aid couuty,
at the aoiith wi alerly door of the court honae, in
he city of Cairo, In aald county and atate, on thu
lithday of July, A D.. 18711. t lie underatied pur
chaaed tbe followinff dei-crihed real eatate, alluated
In thc flrat addition to the city of Cairo. In the
county of Aleiander and atate of Illinuta for the
taxea due and unpaid thereon for the vear A I)..
1H78, together with penaltl- a and coata". to-wi': Lot
numhiired tli'rt y-two (It!) In hliKk iiutubcred Iwe n-ty-ix
(Uti), and lot numbered nine (Hi in liloi k nuin
ben d twenty eluhl 0W)j the flrat deacrtbed lot be
ing taxed In the name of (Jeorno T. Kdwarda and
tlm laal. dearrlh. d lot In tho name of (i. W.
Huchey. The time allowed bylaw for the redemp
tion of aald real eatate will expire on the !7th day
of July. A. 1) , IKSI.
. , K, H. rETTIT, I'urchaier
Cairo, III., March tntb, A. D., 1MH1.
K LECTION NOTICE.
City Ci unit rii,.,- ,
Canto, It March into. 1BSI f
n..i n. ..,.. i. C marcn hid, w i
.i.rUio V". hr,,y,Slvnthat on tuo.day,
tho lHth day f April, A. I). ihsi.b Kneral elec-
lZ .tHte'i'r1'!, ,h.ec,.tv orclro' Alexander
county, atatu of I Unola, for the. election f the
fo llowlim named ofllcera, vli: A Mayor, Citv Clerk"
I? YTr' C'"f Attorney. I'ollco 'm.i ate
fh..? Alt1urm."n '"'" f tho Ave ward of
"r s" purtiote oi aa id o ect on nolla
HrrT?.'i,"L,n U" "? w" t the engine bonae
S.i. lJ,.SouFh.f.nd Kearfr lire compafny ln the
mi u n urn. ar inn an iritwt hno .a ii itii. mn
rn cnmnftDv: In thu Fniieth u-.--i iu a-m.rt.
houae; In the Fifth Ward, at the ato'rehouao build-
lngof Jimn Carmll null,. M . .......nf
1 wentv-4i uhth atraet anil ri....i.i .vniii
Haid election will boopened at eight o'clock In Ihe
morning and Continue nnan nnill .....n ai rlock iu
the afternoon of lame day.
ni oruer oi wie wny l ouncll .
D. 4. FOLlt, City Clerk.