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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OFFICIAL PAPRU OF C1TT AXD COCNTY
KMWRKD AT THl POST OFFIM IN CAIRO, IL
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We arc authorized lit nunoiini eN It T" J j.
WOOD i rHii.liilnlP lr re-election to the ''nice ol
poR city attounkv.
Mr. Editor: , ,,.., .i.,,inn
toiheotliceof City Avtorticyat llie cnnuiu
Vvn.te announce mi" n r.miimv
election. Mont r.Mw'.ii E HEj5,)KICK8.
WAMhi'rn.'t .oli. it.Hiou of many cilizetm- Irre
a,c. iveof color or politt. n. I have
become a cnn.li.lHto for the olllce of : 'V le:
.ud resect fully 'k the active tod I w llinB support
ot ali who are lavurable 10 my ""j1, mR)
Cairo, III?.. March iwh, Wl.
Havlnebcet. solicited by a number of friu, f
all over the city to become a candidate for clt) clc k
Id .ho co-nine 'city . lectio". 1 hereby, in con,,, I
hi.cc with the wishes thi expressed,
myself huh candidate for that olllce. and hope that
all my friends will Hand lv me. A,,y
H. WIlKKUSON a a cadldato for City Cleric In
the. April election.
We arc antlmili.'d to amionce Mr. I.EASDKR
AXLEY a camlirtite for City Clerk 'u the elec
tion to he held next month.
Editor liulletlu: , , , . ...
PIch-b announce lliat I am a candidate for re
election to the olllce of City Clerk at 'he n'Uii.K
city election. D. J. FOI.Ei .
it-.. .... . i,nr .,.. m unnritinc Jir. iiuii.'
in.... mm mr a cnuil date tor re-election
to the iittlce of Volice MiiiBtrte at the eusulug
cltydection. "'gKo K- OLMSTED.
yOR l'OLK'K MAGISTRATE.
Wo are authorized to announce Mr. ALFRED
COMINGS an a candidate for the ofllce or 1 ol ce
MaglKtratc lor the city of Cairo at the coming city
,0R CITY TKEASl'RER.
Rditnr Rulletin: Plcaae aiiuounce my name a an
i of City
indi'pcinlf nt candidate for the olllce
poR ALDERMAN., THIRD WARD:
We are authorized to announce Mr. F.011ERT A
SMITH a. a candidate Tor re-election for Aldermau
from the Third ward.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Noticea tn Ihi. colutnu. five ceuta per line, each
Insertion. For one mouth, 50 ceuta per Hue.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increesed
tLoir fr.ilitinH for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another lure room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets. Day school, U a. in.
Ladies' class at Ii, and niht school at 7 p
m. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
Oysters! Fish! Uanie!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or bv the hundred! Hulk oysters re
ceived daily fiom Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
naxkiTH. t.v everv cxnress. Fish of all
IcinHa constantly on hand and always fresh
The "lied tftiHimcr," the king among fish
and the delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
forovsters and fish, comer Ulno Levee am:
Eighth street. Robert Hewitt, Ag t
Why ought the children of a thief to be
burnt? Because their l'a steals (pastiles.)
Burns, scalds, cuts, bruises cured by Dr.
Thomas' Reluct ric Oil.
BtK'kit'n'H Arnica .Salve.
'I he best salve in tho world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, tever sores,
tiler, chapped bauds, chilblains, corns, and
alt kinds ol akin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed u give perfect satisfaction in
very case or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per tx.it. For salts l.y Cm. K. O'Haua
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at Tub I'.i.u.kiis office."
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired can be hud at Fred Keohler'g sam
ple shop on Kigbth street, between the
avenues. Other meats of the best quality
.lan ul wavs on baud. Call upon Fred if
, you want good meats.
A uood stock of paper, expressly for
Ilektocrarin use, lor saic at iiik juw.r.im
IIowk Scalei are guaranteed in every
particular, to bo the best made. Borden,
Sellpck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
III.. ' .. f
Two pleasnnt rooms; one furnihel. Ad-
Thev arc Coming:.
lliolunui'UBC stuck of Hoot and Shoes
lor th Sprintf n.l Summer trade ro now
,ily Hrriving, and when all wi w.ll bo the
UruMt. Uwt Hd.ct.-d and moKt coniji leto
Ht.H'k of iMcu'H ..ud lio)H, Ladnw ad l Inl-.In-n's
Hoots and Shors !V.;r mugit to
this City. Coiii'rimfr H tho lutost styles
Hnd tho lk-Mt ll..ud nm.t und hmwm
Ooods ever offered to the I'ul.lic. Hhviiir
t.urclmm;d all my n 1 f'r Cubli, I ot he
owcHt pricvH on tin-in, nd will U'v the
uulilic the Heuelit l.y M-llina tllll tm.a
for Cash lima any other House. I invito
nil to cull on me if wrnit ot anything in
my line heforu pinrliHsin elsewhere.
Uot and Shoe Dder, No. HO, (Juiimier
ciul Ave., hetwocn Filth and Sixth StrnetH,
Having made extensive improvements in
tho Mantel's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's ratront"-' m
this line. Our aicoiiuiiodiitions are etjinil
; ..x;.ru rnuliort til tllOSL III UllV l.Citel
the state and. as to rates,
111 L1V.I , . i v. w ...
me ready to
compete with any one in the city.
I lorn i ii (.'A.'
Over the Hills to the JltiiH-yilriN.
Sraight to the Hone) aid people go who
neglect too long thu danger signal ol an
primching coiisiimption, a hacking couijli.
Jutwitli Dr. Tlmmns' Kclectric Oil for
safet'tiurd the peril is aver'.-.d. It is a sti
periatively tine remedy also lor rheuma
tism, piles soreness, hurts, etc.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
J. S. Hawkins.
I hereby notity all persons not to cither
sell or give to my husband, Thomas Viti
ters, any intoxicating liquors of any kind,
as I will prosecute to its full extent any
one who may violate the law in regard to
said notice. Joanna Winters.
GENERAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice. In thetc column, ten Cbtita per line,
each inacrtion. Marked
Smoke Schuh's Gilt
The old silver cornet band met for
practice in the council chamber last even
The New York Post predicts that for
the next four months money will be easy
at low rates.
The measles have broken out at Bird's
Point. Quite a number of the inhabitants
Check books, yceipt books, order
books, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin ollice.
New stock of full government-high-cut
5 and 0 envelopes received yester
day at The Bulletin otlice.
This evening, at half-past seven o'clock,
the members of tho Methodist church will
meet to consider the financial condition of
The republicans of Springfield have
nominated John C. Mather tor mayor.
John McCreerv is the democratic nominee
for the same ollice.
One man killed one hundred and forty
dogs in Puducah in three or four days and
still the kennels and stables are full of
them. It was always thought, but litis
proves, that Padticuh is the dog gouedest
town in exist encc.
Saturday afternoon, about tour o'clock,
Mr. Henry Fisher, a teamster, while driv
ing along Washington avenue, was thrown
from his wagon in consequence of a sudden
fright given the horses. Ho was badly
bruised, but is all right again. No dam-
ago was done to the team.
It is now held in Washington that the
president, the senate coucuriug, can sum
marily dismiss from the army or navy such
officers as in his judgment may deserve dis
missal. This is one man power with a ven
geance. Officers in the army or navy ought
to have a stronger tenuro of office than that
Hon. Jno. II. Oberly is tobe subpienaed
to testify before the McWilliams commit
tee. Interesting disclosures are expected
from Mr. Oberly as, in the columns of his
paper, he hinted that he was in poseessiou
of facts which, if divulged, would place the
investigation committee itsell in a bad
The Garbe gun, just adopted fur use
by the Germany army, is so simple in its
construction as to necessitate but four
movements of the hands for loading and
discharging. Thu cartiidgecap can be
expelled by a lateral jerk. The kick of tho
weapon, which weighs only nine pounds, is
hardly if at all perceptible.
Last Friday an accident occurred on
tho Illinois Central railroad near Makanda,
Illinois, in which an engineer was killed,
others injured, an engine damaged and a
number of cars wrecked. A freight train,
which drew out sooner than its orders
called for, ran into a cattle train, which
was right ahead of it around a curve in the
road, with tho result as stated.
At a meeting of tho Arab fire company
laHt evening thn following gentlemen were
elected to the different offices for the ensu
ing year: President, Ksquiro A. Comings;
vice president, Mr. A. Lohr; captain, Mr.
Charles GillholTer; treasurer, Mr. B. F.
Blake; socrctary, Harry Hehult.o. Tho
members of the board of directors are:
Messrs. T. J. Kerth, Charles Fair, A. B.
MB DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN:
Schroeder, John Steger and Charles Gill
holTer. As attorney for the company tho
choice fell upon Mr. J. W. Morriman be
cause of bis eminent fitness for that import,
Tho funerals of Delos Trigg and Miss
Nettie Walker took place Sunday afternoon
and were both largely attended. The re
mains of the former were taken to Madison,
Ind., by the four o'clock' Illinois Central
train and those of tho latter were taken to
Villa llidge on a special train at 3:!I0
o'clock, accompanied by a largo number of
Garfield's prompt forcing of the fight
(sooner or later inevitable) with Mr. Conk
ling shows admirable pluck if instituted, as
iH supposed to have been, after full do
liberation. In his German reading Mr.
Garfield has no doubt encountered and
learned to appreciate the pithy couplet :
"(iinapthoil not ranhly in thu wuap'i PtroiiK liold ;
But ll'thou L'raapeat, ura.p ihnu brink and hold."
Piov. Dr. Armstrong is still holding
services in the Presbyterian church at 11
o'clock a. m. and at 4 and 7:30 p. m. At
the last mimed hour this eveuing he will
preach especially to the young men. This
will, perhaps, be his last service in Cairo,
though the meetings will go on. Uev.
Mr. Pelton, ot Cobden, will be here to-day,
and help llev. B. V. George through the
rest of the week.
An interesting event occurred at the
Waverly House last eveuing about six
o'clock, in which an old gentleman, a
young Irtdy and a minister figured very
prominently. The old gentleman was Dr.
W. B. liichardson, of Bardwell, Ballard
county, Ky.; the young lady was Miss Hat
tie Barringcr, ol Louisvillo Ky.; and the
minister was Rev. B. V. George. Dr. Rich
ardson, assisted by Major Hinkle, pnamred
the marriage liscense and played groom;
Miss Barringcr played the blushing bride
and Rev. George performed the ceremony,
which joined them in the holy bonds. Dr.
Richardson and wtfo will stay here a few
days and then hio themselves to their fu
ture home in Bardwell. May uninterrupted
happiness attend them.
The meeting of the Young Folk's Tem
perance ClubatU iforinhall last evening was
a very enjoyable one. The club turned out in
full force a very nine crowd being there
and though there were no ham-sandwiches,
etc., the time was very pleasantly spent, a
very palatable literary and musical feast
being indulged in. The programme con
sisted of a solo by Miss Jones; a historical
question by Miss Jennie Wright, and a
select leading by Miss Annie Wilson; Miss
Klla Kent presiding at the organ and ex
ecuted some line selections of music.
Several songs were sung and some time
spent in pleasant conversation in the course
of which the hour of nine came around
and the meeting adjourned. One of the
attractions was the new curtain in front of
This morning Mr. Egbert A. Smith an
nouuees himself in The Bulletin, as a
candidate for re-election to the office of
alderman from the Third ward. Although
Mr. Smith is quite a young man he has
shown himself to be a competent repres
entative of the people of the Third ward.
He has been always attentive to the duties
of his office and has been honest and
energetic in the discharge of those duties.
He has undoubtedly accomplished his
share for the Third ward duriug the time
that he has been a member of the council,
and would do so in the future if the people
conclude to retain him there. He is the
first to announce for that position and, so
far as we know at the present time, may be
the last. Hut, however this
may be, he, is the peer of any
opponent that may pnsent himself:
One of the chief boasts of the repub
lican politicans when speaking ot the su
periority of the people of the north over
those of the south was that the educational
facilities of "their people" were so much
greater than those of the southern people.
But judging fiom present appearances there
will soon be no more occasion for this
boast; for the same influence that gave the
northern states their institutions of learn
ing, are now at work in the south. Last
week Col. Tom Scott made a muniGcient
gift to tho Washington and Leo university,
and now Mr. Ceorgo l.Sency, ot New York,
who, a few weeks ago, gave 10,000 tocoin
pleto the endowment of the liovick Pierce
professorship of Kmory college, Georgia,
has authorized the president to draw on
him for tho amount necessary to pay tor a
handsome addition to the college building,
The genorsity of this broad-minded Christ
ian banker has given new inspiration to all
tho friends ot Kmory.
At a meeting of the stockholders in the
Cairo City Gas company yesterday an im
portant change was effected by which the
stock has been thrown entirely into Cairo
hands, so that it is now a Cairo institution
in fact as well as in namo. The New York
stockholders were bought out by the resi
dent stockholders who will now manage
the company in the interest of tho people ot
Cairo. Major E. W. Ilalliday was elete
presiJentand Mr. R. S. Waddell, secretary
The new directors aro Messrs. R. II
Cunningham, 0. D. 'Williamson, II. II
Candee, H. 8. Taylor, F. Bross, T. W. Halli
day and E. W. Ilalliday. It will bo the
object of tho new management to furn
ish a better article of gas; to increase tho
number of consumers ot that article, and to
reducu its price. There is every reason
to believe that all these desirable results
will be hpcodilv accomplished. The change
TUESDAY MORNINO, APRIL 5, 1881.
will prove to be a blessing to tho people ol
Cairo in various ways; aside from a better
gas at perhaps a reduced price, tho earn
ings of the company will all remain
in the city instead of going to the
fur east in largo shares. Another
meeting will soon bo held when these
important steps will bo considered and
intiatory measures agreed upon.
Amasa Stono 1ms given f 500,000 to the
Western Reserve college, Ohio, and has
thereby covered his name with imperisha
ble honor. Let unstinted praise bo lavished
upon the man of wealth, who justly com
prehends that his possessions are not his,
but are given to him in sacred trust to be
used in blessing mankind. The war be
tween capital and labor arises from disre
gard of this fact. Nobody objects to capi
tal making what it fairly may out of labor;
the war begins when capital, having
ground labor down to the lowest
point, uses the profits in selfish indulgence
or ostentatious display, or buries it
stealthily away in miserly coffers, in
stead of allowing it to flow back upon
the community in a thousand beneficent
There is a growing feeling in every
healthy community against the journals
who make it their special object to minister
to perverted taste by seeking out and serv
ing up in a seductive form disgusting scan
dals and licentious revelations. There is
A'ood reason to believe that the clean news
paper is more highly prized to day than it
was four or five years ago. It is also safe
to predict that, as people in all ranks of
life, who wish to protect their own at least
from contamination, become more conscious
of the pernicious influence of a certain
class of journals, called "enterprising" be
cause they are ambitious to serve up dirty
scandals, they will be careful to see that
the journals they will permit to be read in
thn family circle are of the class that never
forget the proprieties of life.
The eloquent and energetic tcnipcranci:
worker, Miss Francis E. Willard, of this
state, is in Memphis, Term., engaged in a
battle of words for the cause she liases
pouscd. The Memphis Daily Appeal,
speaks thus of her and the organization to
which she belongs: " , She is
president of the Woman's National Tem
perance Union, which with its twenty-four
auxiliary State I'uions, is the largest socie
ty ever composed exclusively of women and
conducted entirely by them. So far as re
ported, there were at the close of the last
year 1 572 local auxiliaries, with a member
ship of 3 1, (MO, and 484 juvenile organiza
tions with a membership of 44,412. It is
the lineal descendant of the great temper
ance crusade of 1873 4, and is a union of
christian women of all churches for the
purpose of educating the young; forming a
better public sentiment; reforming the
drinkincr classes, transforming those who
are enslaved by liquor, and removing the
Irani shops from our streets by law."
Speaking of her editorial experience
with the Anti-Slavery Standard, the late
Mrs, Maria Child said: "Editorial writing
is the least task, and the least merit of a
newspaper. What is not inserted is a bet
ter criterion ot pure taste and correct judg
ment than what is inserted. I find much
peace in reviewing what I have not done.
I am not aware that any of these whirling
eddies have at any time made me swerve
one hair's breadth from the course I had
marked out for myself. I kuow by exper
ience that he who turns Irom the light of
his own judgment and the couviction of his
own conscience baa neither rudder nor pilot
in the storm. 1 dared not venture to sub
stitute even a more enlightened conscience
for my own. Moreover, in most of the work
pointed out to me by others, I thought I
saw the narrow and proscribing spirit of
sect and party that spirit which, as Car-
lyle says, 'would bring the sun down out ol
heaven and convert it into their street
The city council meets to-night, it
being the first Tuesday in this month.
There is no very important business
to be transacted, unless the
final disposition of the report of the com
mittee nn police, jail and fire department
as to the extension of the fire limits is to be
considered as such. The recommendation
of the committee is that tho fire limits be
so extended as to include blocks one, two
three, four, live, six, eleven, twelve, thir
teen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen,
eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty-one,
twenty-two, twenty-three, twenty-four,
twenty five, twenty-six, twenty -seven,
twenty-eight, twenty-nine, thirty, thirty-one,
thirty-five, thirfy-six, thirty-seven, thirty
eight, forty-nine, fifty, sixty-five, sixty-six,
sixty-seven, sixty-eight, sixty-nine, seventy
and seventy-one, and all of hotel addition.
In other words, it takes in all
that portion of the city included in the cir
cle prescribed by Washington avenue from
the point to Fourteenth street, thence up
Fourteenth to Ohio kveo and down the
levee to the point; then it takes in the two
blocks between Eighth and Tenth streets,
and Washinghton avenue and Walnut
streets; ami then further it takes in seven
blocks between Walnut and Cedar, from
Eleventh street down to fourth. This is a
very largo area in which to prohibit the
erection of frame buildings of nny kind in
Cairo at tho present time. Within this
arc there uro hundreds of unoccupied lots,
which ' ought to bo improved
and which nro being improved one by one.
The demand for houses is greater new than
it has been for many years, and tho demand
phomx mm STOEE,
GrJUO. E. O'HAKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Avenue )
ami Eighteenth Street. )
is being met as rapidly as possible. But
the demand is not for brick houses, it is
for frame buildings that will rent lor from
ten to eighteen dollars per month and,
to comply with the recommendation of the
committee, would undoubtedly be prejudi
cial to the interests of the city, because it
would prevent a compliance with such de
mand. Cairo can not afford, at the present,
to put a check upon the building fever
that m now raging within it. The lire
limits ought to be confined for the
present to whit are acknowledged
to be "business blocks," and gradually ex
triidrd or changed as the business portion
ot the city upreads or chauges. It is better
that those portions of tho city that are now
unimproved should bo studded with decent
frame buildings now, than that they should
remain banen until causes, other thau the
legitimate, gradual spread of a permanent
prosperity, should, alter many years, lift
them into a sudden, but titttil prominence.
Give the pioneers a chance.
The following Is a list ot the people's
repiescntativesat Springfield, 111, who have
been rusticating at the expense of the people-spending
for pleasure trips the money
they took lrom the people for attending to
public business at the state capitol. It
will be observed that the names of our
representatives do not appear therein:
Richardson, Cumber- Shumway,
' Miss Edith Mirtin left yesterday on an
extended tour of the north.
Messrs. Walton W. Wright and Ed Pink
have gone on a two week's trip to Florida.
Mr. Jessie Dugan, of Duquoin, who has
been here for several days visiting at the
home of Mr. J. S. M. Gahey, leaves for his
During the illness of Captain Sandusky,
of the steamer Morgan, Captain Farnsworth
takes his place and Captain Tottim takes
the latter's place on the boat.
Rev. Olmsted, who has been here for sev
eral days visiting Judge Olmsted aud who
assisted in the Presbyteri in services last
Sunday, left for his home in Olmsted, III.,
yesterday afternoon. .
ASSAI LT WITH INTKNT TO KILL
THE MIOOTIM) AKKRA? OK SUNDAY NK1IIT.
A white man named Thomas Henderson
was found prowling around Nineteenth
street Utc Sunday night by Officer John
Tyler. He was quite wet and suffering with
cold, and the officer requested him to come
with him to police headquarters, where he
could warm and dry himself. But Hender
son refused to go when the officer drew
his weapon and ordered him to
move on and he moved. When they
reached the quarters the prisoner opened
the door and looked in; seeing officer Winis
in there he declined to enter, drew a pistol,
whirled around and, pointing his weapon at
officer Tyler, Malted off down Commercial
avenue. Tyler followed him some distance
discharging his pistol at him, and the fuga
tivc aUo fired -each firiuti twice. But the
limn got awiy, running up sixth street to
ward tho levee. Officer Tyler summoned
some of the oilier officers to assist him in
finding and arresting Henderson, which
they succeeded in doing on
one of the wharf-boats. He was
lodged in jail and tried by Judge Olmsted
yesterday. One of the balls sent alter him
by Officer Tyler had taken effect in his left
arm causing a painful wound. He said in
court that ha had gotten into a difficulty
with the mate of a steamboat and that in
order to save himself trom his (the niato's)
wrath he was compelled to jump into the
river, which accounted for his being wet
when found by tho officer. IIo was found
guilty of resisting an officer and of assault
with intent to kill, tor which he was bound
over in the sun? of two hundred and fifty
dollars. Failing to give bail ho was sent
to the county jail for safekeeping.
It marks no difference how you caught
Rheumatism or Neuralgia; uso St. Jacobs
Oil and bo restored.
Boils, pimples, aud all blood diseases are
cured by "Dr. Lindsey's Blood Searcher."
Hold by all druggists.
OEO. E. OTJAJtA,
Advirtittmtntt in nmfartH (not tutin.it card)
of Jit iinrt or lent in this tohnin, W (this tath in
sertion. rANTEI).Everyli dy to have mom v and
VT have their liinillure rcpHlnO and tafiiiMjeri
l.y 1). V. Knur. Miop opposite t0U,i ,He. Or
der, l.y mail or at the .lion will hive prompt atten
tion. A COOKING STOVE Tor aule.wltli two Iron pnta,
two hake puna and tun griddle.: will lie fold
for ten dollar. Apply at Hull. tin (.(lire.
POK RENT- Knolls, fi riiif-l). l y linlntnUIjed
J with or without hoiinl, at n kMitmhle t n t i s
Apply at llulletin liiillilmi;.
VMriCE-SCHOOL ELECTION -There will ha
i. an e'ecllou held on Saturday, April Kth, at the
Arah Knrlne limine, for the election .'folic Trua
leu nf School., for to Ufhlp 17.
.1. M. LANSDEN.
JJEW GROCERY STORE.
.1. C. CLA.DK,
SUtple and Fancy
G I I O C K R 1 1 s
Country Produce a Specialty.
t Every thing nr.tcla... Call and examine
NO. 2fj EIGHTH 8TREET.
MTOVE8 AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB WOKK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo. - Illinois
(i AV. WHEELER,
Summer Wood aud Kindliii:
con.tantlj on nana
At Seventy-five cents per load.
Atone dollar per load.
The "tr!mmlDp."are coar.e .having, and make
the beat .ummer wood for cooklntf purpo.e.a. well
a. the cheapen ewr sold In Cairo. For black
mllh'a n.e in aettine tin-., they are nneqnalled.
Leave your order at the Tenth atreet wood vard
MILL AND COMMISSION.
Jf ALLIDAY BROTHERS"
FLOUR. GRAIN AND HAY
HiirhfHt Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IN TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
O. O. PATIEK & CO.,
Ctir. Nineteenth street 1 ffl 1 l'O. 111.
Commercial Avenue J VtUIU
Citt Cmna'a Oprics, I
Ca.uo.Iu... March Wth, 1SS1 f
Public notice la hereby irlven that on Tnu.day,
ik , iu h rf.v r.f Anrll.A u. ISSl.a aeiiurul elec
U u wiVbe hoUl fu the city of Cairo Alexander
couiitv atate of I llnola, for the election t the
fo lowVuK Sained omcera.vlii: A Mayor, City Clerk,
CitvTwSanror. City Attorney, Police MaKl.trnto,
an Joiw Alrtwt m from each of the live warda of
thecU ? For the purpo.a of (aid election polls
will heyopcned at the ..llowlnit named p vta s
In the 'tfEl Ward, .t the Athene.nn bnUdliiK, on
Commercial avenue between Hib and Hevo tn
atreeta: In tho Bacond Ward at .""I1,!
oftheitouKh and Heady (Ire coin any. In . he
Third Ware?, at the en cine '''"? "I 'J? he Jmirt
fire company! In the Voiirth W art- the court
houao; In tho Fifth Ward, at the J1"1'?"" , lr t
til or James Carroll, on the northwest corner of
Twentv-..lhth street and Con ',u1"
Said eloctiou will ho opened at e nht o , clock In tho
mornlnn and continue open until seven o clock In
the afternoon of same day.