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THE DAILY OAIliO BULLETIN: FRIDAY MOKNING, APRIL 8, 1881.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
OWCIAL PAPER OF CITY AND COCNTT
ENTERED AT TIIK POST OfFICE IN CAIRO, IL
LINOIS, AS BECOND-CLAM MATTKH.
LOCAL WKATUEK REPORT.
(.'Aiao, III.. Apr. 7, IH81 (
liar. Tber. Ham. Wind. Vel Woather.
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tiimtnre 4:1 : Knln 0 i iiu noa.
Fall, 7 inches.
W. II. RAT.
Scrii't Signal Conn. U. S. A.
llnvlnx been Hollr.lt. d by my friend" mid I'y
grunt number of cill.i-na who havo hendornre been
Sppoa-d to me, to .KHln become a candidate for
Ihe mayoraityof the city of Cairo. J hereby '
uounceimaelf for that poaltlon, pledtflnij to the
voter of Cairo to loa heretolore, not to murk
my duly inlht boar of peril, and aMioiro them that
all mr action, ahall be lo tlio iuteret ol I airy and
h. r cltl-na. I remain T0""' wVnTKIC,
PEACE AND rUOiilt'-SS. 81'KEAI) TIIK
''"ca.ko. Murch 17th, m.
m . .1... ..r it... pilu nt (.'ulni:
At the renueat of ninny cUtzcna the iinderainncd
offera hl aervtcca to the independent volora of
Cairo a candidate for tne omco 01 major. iuu
city require a man tr commercial experience,
jiiHt at thia time, when wo are au fixed by unlona
aiidforDlL'tiliuerforeucolti our hiiin-ae iiiauaj:e
ment on thia Croat Ainerlc.au continent, and In tlia
name of Waahlnnl'in, JcnVrn, and Jackoii, ana
In the name of the (.rat lulou (.reenbark Ub-ir
Party, for truth, luatico and equal iluhtM, will I
alalia. ox p 'Jin -voi iui,
Dr C. R. CLARKE.
u' .r aiiiii,.ilyl la Hhiioiince N . It THISTLE'
WOOD a cundldiitc for re election to the ofliie of
i'i,.... nnKtium mrfan a candid ate for re-election.
to the office of Ciiy Attorney at the eufuius city
Mr Editor: ,
At ,h varnvai nllritjuiou of many cttlzena- irre-
anectiveof color or politica, I have conaeutedto
w..,nPHnliilati for the office of C itv Clerk
and rnHiiecirully aak the active and willing support
of all who are lavoramu to my canniuarr
JNO. J. UIKD.
Cairo, Ul., March imb, ItMl.
JjV)K CITY CLERK.
flavins been aollcltid by anumlier of my frie da
nil over the city to becomo a candidate for city cleik
in ihu coming city election, 1 hereby, in compli
ance with the wlhe thus espreasod, annouace
mvfeif aaa candidate for that olllcc, and hope that
all my friends will (Umd by me.
JOHN LALL l .
L?0R CITY CLETK.
We are a- thorlzcd to annonnce Mr. JOHN
H. WILKER30N as acadidate for City CIo k in
the April election.
L?OR CITY CLERK.
Wn Hre untl.iirlr.cil to minolico Mr. LEANDER
AXLKY aaa candidate for City Clerk in the elec
tion to he held next month,
poll CITY CLERK.
I'lcaae announce that I am a candidate- for re
election to the office of City Clerk at the cunning
cuy election. u.o. rvt.B.
pOR l'OLICE MAGISTRATE.
l'leaae atinoiinr.e me aa a raudldats for ro-elertinn
to the office of Police Magistrate at the euauing
city election. Keapectlully,
GEO E, OLMSTED.
poll l'OLICK MAGISTRATE.
We are authorized to announce Mr, ALFRED
COMINGS aa a candidate for the ofllco of Police
Muglatrulv for tho city of Cairo at the coming city
01 v n
Independent candidate for the otllce of City Treaa
urf at the ensuing city election
THOMAS J. KERT1I.
poll ALDEJt.MAN, THIRD WARD:
We arc authorized to annotiuco Mr. EGUKRT A
fiMlTII an a candidate for re-electlun for Aldermau
from the Third ward.
SPECIAL LOCAL ITEMS.
Notice In this column, five cent! per line, each
Insertion, for one mouth, Mi centa perlluu.
Madame and Prof. Floyd have increesed
their facilities for the accommodation of
their increased patronage, by having se
cured another large room adjoining their
school on Walnut, between Twelfth and
iturteentn streets. Day school, v a. m.
Laities' class at and night school at 7 p.
in. Terms low, but invariably in advance.
Oysters! Fish! Game!
Fresh oyster, fine and fat, for sale, by the
can or by the hundred: liulk oysters re
ccived daily from Mobile, and Baltimore
oysters received in cans, direct trom the
packers, by every express, iish of all
kinds constantly on hand and always fresh
The "JJed Snapper," the king anioug fish
and tho delight of epicures, fresh from the
gulf. Send your orders to the headquarters
for oy stem and fish, corner Ohio Levee and
Eighth street. Robert Hewitt, Ag t.
Scratch , Books.
Use The Cairo Bulletin scratch books,
for sale at the oilier, 1200 leaves to the
dozen books. 10 cents each or 1.00 per
Mounted varnished, and paper maps of
Cairo for sale, at The Bulletin office.
The best of corned beef in any quantity
desired cuu be bad tit Fred Keohler's sam
p hop on Eighth street, between tho
venue. Olher ru..ats , .f the best quality
also alway. on lmu.1. Call upon Fred if
you want good meittn.
A good stock of paper, expressly for
Hektograph use, for sale at Tim Bulletin
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The best aalve in the world for cuU,
bruises, sores, ulsers, salt rheum, lever sores.
ettcr, chapped hands, chiioiains, corns, and
all kinds of skin eruptions. This salve is
guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction in
tverycascor money refunded. Price, 25
conU per box. For sale by Geo. E. O'Haiu
Howk Scales are guurautcod in every
particular, to bo tho best made. Borden,
Sclleck & Co., General Agents, Chicago,
Ice, Wholesale jand Retail.
T m now nrenarcd to sell ico by the car
loud, or by the pound at prices beyond
comoetition. My wmjous will run to all
parts of the city during summer, serving
ice to customers in quantities m uu.
Orders for car-load lots will receive prompt
attention. . M. Ward.,
Brick ! Brick! Brick!
l'lentv of Brick. Jacob Kline has 2
men at work iu his brick yarJ.and is uiuk
iiitf brick at the rate of 20,000 a day. YYil
be readv for delivery first ot May. ton
tractors and others may rely upon getting
plenty of brick to till all their contracts
and orders throuuii tne summer.
New York Early Hose at
J. C. Clark's,' No. 23 Eighth Street.
House of 7 Rooms, on Poplar, near
Eighteenth Street. Iu first-class condition
Price $1,500. Terms reasonable.
M. J. llOWLEY,
Real Estate Agent.
They are Coming'. '
The Immense stock of Boots and Shoes
for the Spring and Summer trado are now
dailv arrivimr. and when all in will be the
lartrest, best selected and most complete
etock of Mens ami iioys, Lames anu con
drcn's Hoots and Shoes ever brought t
this City. Comprising all the latest styles
and the Best Hand-made and eastern
Goods ever offered to the Public. Having
purchased all my goods for Cash, I got the
lowest prices on them, ami will give tne
public the Benefit by Felling them lower
for Cash than any other House. I invite
all to call on me if in waut of anything in
my lino before purchasing elsewhere.
" C. Kocn,
Boot and Shoe Dealer, No. 00. Commer
cial Ave., betwecu Filth and Sixth Streets,
lliviug made extensive improvements in
thu Planter's House and being now
thoroughly prepared to accommodate any
number ot day boarders, we would respect
fully solicit a share of Cairo's patronage in
this line. Our ucctAumodations 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 iu the city.
Bono & Gazzola.
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 TnE Cairo uclletix
for putting up Letter, Note, Bill Heads and
other printed stationery.
The building of new and cleaning out
and repairing old cisterns a speciality.
Orders by postal promptly attended to.
J. . HAWKINS.
I herebv notilv all oersonsnot to either
Bell or enve to my husband, Thomas "Wiu
ters, any intoxicating liquors of any kind,
as I will prosecute to its full extent any
one who may violate tho law in regard to
said notice. Joanna w inters.
Notion In these columns, ten cents per line,
each insertion. JUarked
Smoke Schuh's Gilt Edge five-cent-
The Hibernian fire company met at
their engine house last night.
Order your election tickets early of E
E.Ellis, $1.50 per thousand.
-Whole republican ticket elected ut
Decatur, Ills. Marora votes for license.
Send your orders for election tickets
to The Bulletin office, $1.50 per thous
and. The Woman's Christian Temperance
Union met at Reform hall yesterday after
noon. Litchfield, Ills., voted license, E.
South worth is mayor; new council is demo
cratic. nigh license swept the boards Mon
day, at Champaign, Ills.; Dr. L. S. Wilcox,
Check books, receipt books, order
bxks, etc., made to order on short notice
at The Bulletin office.
Yankton, in Dakota, is submerged, the
people being compelled to leave their
homes and flee to the hills.
Clear democratic victory at Shelby
ville, Ills., but opposition to saloon licenses
prevailed by a largo majority.
Carlinville, Ills., generally democratic,
Joseph Waggoner is mayor by 200 majori
ty; and tho new council is license.
The advance guard of tho annual emi
gration of typos north arrived hero yester
day. Thero were only four iu this squad.
Dr.. Clarke, tho prospective mayor of
Cairo, speaks again to tho public through
an open letter in this morning's Bulletin.
The entire democratic municipal ticket
at Chicago, headed by Carter Harrison for
mayor, has been elected by a large ma
-The sidewalk on the west sidejof
Commercial avenue, abovo Eleventh street,
is giving away and needs repairing imme
diately. Judge Olmsted tried one case of drun
kenness and two of disorderly condust yes
terday, which was tho extent of Cairo's po
Mr. James Turner, formerly of the C.
iv. , is now employed on tho Denver
and Rio Grande railroad, with hoadquar
tcrs at South Plcublo, Col.
-Yesterday's rain stopped all out door
oppcrations. The most important of these
opperations to the gt-neral oublic ia thn
paving ot Eighth street. Thoca. com.
ny, which has men engaged in repairing
ii iu giui uiaiiiB, mm was mating good pro
cress in the work, can not now prosecuto
the work until the water runs off, which
likclv to take several days.
-Mavor Grace has preferred formal
charges against tho police commissioners
of New York for failing to keep the streets
clnnn Trial Anril 12th.
. .a- ..1 1. 1
jjcinocratic uckuiuiuviuu m joiuuiuu,
()., with exception of street commissioner
and one constable. Council stands: 17
republicans, 11 democrats.
At Roodhouse, 111., Sunday uight, a
mob enraged at the death of a man through
whisky sold at that place, raided aud clean
ed out two of the saloons there.
The astronomy class of the high school
at Moberly, Mo., is figuring on the lunar
eclipse of June 11th next, which will be
total aud visible all over this country.
At the last meeting of the city council
claims for labor on the new levee to the
amount ot one thousand five hundred sixty
six dollars und thirty cents were allowed
Returns from Cincinnati bhow that
Means, democrat, is elected mayor; How
ard Doutrlass. democrat, to ' the school
board. The rest of the offices are won by
The city-election in Bloomington, on
the 3th inst., was a quiet affair, resulting
in the election of the republican candi-
lates for all the local offices except eollec-
tor and town clerk.
Bcaconsfield's condition is scarcely
! 1 a.l,,..,,.U A Arinnna frtf It 1 c TA1 iViirV
:..lll il,nl.t(.v!a A rl cnatr-h ntnnv
moment may bring news of the death of
the great politician and writer.
The farmers of the northwest hold a
meeting at Davenport, Iowa, in May, tor
the purpose of petitioning congress to lend
its aid toward building a water routo trom
the lakes to tne Mississippi river.
M'cCreerv, democratic candidate for
mayor of Springfield, Ills., was elected by a
majority of 5.. Half of the other demo-
cratic candidates were alo elected by ma-
iritii.a mnrrinrr from six to nine hundred
There will be no services at tho Pres-
tytcrian cnurcn tins iorenoon ui ciuvcu
, t .i ..i....
o'clock because of the funeral of Mr. G. W.
Whitlock. But in the afternoon at four
'clock and in the evening tho usual ser-
ices will be held in the church.
Chicago has gone almost as Btrongly
cmocratica3 St. Louis lias republican.
And now, for the first time in history, a
Chicago republican and a St. Louis demo
crat could cro on a picnic torcthtT and
really enjoy an exchange of views.
The steamer John A. Scudder is ex
pected to arrive here on her return trip
from New Orleans to-day, bringing the
Cairo excursionists who went down on her
back again. The teachers having all re
turned school will again be open on next
Mr. W. R. Fisher, for many years
editor of the New Orleans Republican, and
author of tho now much-used and abused
word "bulldoze," died at Washington
Thursday last. He is a native of Syracuse,
New York, where his remains have been
In tho matter of tho life association
of America, Judge AdaniB, of St. Louis,
sustained the motion of the insuranco com
missioner, ordering the $100,000 deposited
as a guarantee to be distributed among the
policy holders of the company. e nave
a lew ot mem here in cairo.
... . .
Another meeting of the ladies of the
Episcopal church will be held at the resi-
dence of Mr. C. Pink to-morrow afternoon,
for the purpose of furthering the arrange-
ments for their grand sociable to be given
at some time in the near future.
To-night the temperance people and
United Order of Ancient Templars meet at
Reform hall. The meeting of the former
will take place first, but will be short in
order to give the other organization an op-
portunity to couveno in the same hall.
-Bets on the municipal election will be
marl,, r,.m.r,ll..(m nf thn tn.m for whom thn
better will cast his vote, and that is of
course correct. Tickets should be made
up with a conscientious regard for the pub
lic good, but bets are made with an eye
only to tho fancies of the fickle populace.
There has as yet been no official notice
to the Cairo public that the American and
Western Union telegraph offices have been
consolidated, and wo do not know that
they have been, but wo understand that ar
rangements aro pending which will culmi
nate in a speedy settlement of tho matter.
Only ono entry was made yesterday in
Circuit Clerk Irvin's record ot real estate
changes, which was as follows: Thomas
Wilson to John Koehlor; warranty deed,
dated October 31st, 1872, for lot numbered
twenty-six, in tho First addition to the city
of Cairo. Consideration seventy dollars.
"I'll never vote tho democratic ticket
again," suys disgusted St. Louis democrats,
"and I'll never associate; myself again
with the democratic purty you hoar me.
Damn scalawags who go into a convention
aud plodgo themselves to support tho
ticket and then work against it ain't, fit to
It must havo been very comforting and
assuring to the people of Atlanta to read
tho list of subscriptions made last week in
New York to tho cotton exhibition which
they aro to hold In October. It anything
woro wanting to prove that the south has
friends in tho north, and generous onos,
this certaiuly would supply it.
Only four states now remain October
is states Georgia, Iowa, Ohio and West Vir-
ginia. Michigan and Rhode Island vote in
April, Oregan in June, Alabama in August,
Arkansas, Maine and Vermont in Septem-
olBrs. iwenty-Beven ia num.
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Ul,i uuu " 11,0 irieo, vow m iiuviiu-
The rain fall yesterday was very gen
eral over the south and for some distance
north of us. It rained all day in St. Louis
aud up to late in tho evening two inches
of water had fallen, which Is considered a
heavy fall. The effect will, ol course, be a
swelling of all the small streams and an
ultimate rise in the larger ones.
-The editor of a German paper in Pe
oria was assaulted a day or two age by a
citizen, named Gualman, for publishing an
item in his paper charging him (Gualman)
with having applied to General Logan for
his influence in obtaiuing tho consulship to
Hamburg. The editor, whose name is
Wolfe, though considerably beaten up,
made no defense.
-What the country is looking forward
to is the duel which is expected to occur
between Senators Mahono anl Voorhecs,
but after duo consideration the gentlemen
will doubtless conclude that lead is heavier
anr hurts worse than words, and postpone
J tltc matter indefinitely. It can do no pos
Uible good to either to fight a duel wind
might hurt one or both of them
J Among nil tho wants and needs of the
I .,li.iH a, t ..-,.. t I n s. il.o uot.tli hrtta I
.,.,,Jln.,H,.tnl .Milnn.n;A f,.nll.
Minting the gathering of the immense crop
and permitting its preparation for market
before the rains of winter have detracted
from its value. Where is the man who is
to revolutionize the cotton culture 01 un
country by a successtui cotton-picker f
-The bill introduced bv Hon. II. H
Black in the Illinois legislature, providing
for au extra term ot the Alexander circuit
court, passed, and lias been signed by the
The commencement of the term
been hxed at May 2d, next, when
either Judge Harker or Baker will be here
to open court. There are a number of very
important cases to be. tried, which were
not reached in the last term
because the Whitcamp case took so much
time. Among thft cases on the docket are
the Glenn and Reyuolds murder cases and
several others of importance, so that the
extra term is very much needed. There
are, altogether, seven prisoners in thecotin-1
ty jail awaiting trial.
Another lot of lanterns for street lamp
posts has arrived for the Cairo City Gas
company and they will be put up as fast as
a demand is made for them. Sixty-four
lamps are now being lighted every night
(excepting those nights which, according to
the almanac, are moonlight nights), but,
owing to the fact that the posts are not
distributed so as to give each side ot the
street along which they stand an equal
share, the light is not of equal benefit to
all. The ordinance permitting any one to
put a lamp post in front of his residence,
provided it is two hundred or
more feet away from any other
post, seems not to act fairly for'all parts of
the city. For instance, in all places where
one side of the street is not so thickly in
habited, or where tho inhabitants
have delayed action a little too
Ion-' or didn't care to exert themselves in
the 1Jialtur( the i(lulp.posts are all on ono
gi(c of t tic: street, leaving tho other side in
. . -
tota darkness. Th a a wron-r. If th
streets are'to be lit at the expense of the
general public the posts ought to bo so dis-
tributed as to benefit the general public. The
blocks that are now unoccupied will be oc-
cupied in a few years and there will be a
demand for a change iu tho positions of
'"any of the posts if everybody who has
on put up now is permitted to use his
own judgment as to the proper place for it
There are some places in the city where
t'"' is a sidewalk on only one side of the
street, and none likely to bo built on tho
oU,er s"' for manv ve,4rs to'cJl?. tt no
l fti. ....i 1,1 li i i
""J'-''-","l COUIU well DO raiSCH II
the posts aro placed along one
side at the required distances apart;
but such places should bo designated by
the city council. Tho existing ordinance
in this matter should bo so amended as to
give the street committee or tho council
lull control over thu locution of all lamp
Last evening-tho fourth iu succes-
sion-wewero again mado the victim of
41.. 4. I.I - , ...
uiu iuii:iiiuiiu. uur uumuer is sixty-two
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at least we always thought Rnl.nt m
. , , . , v
: ' ". u,u wucl mai 0,,r
instrmnerir iu n n,,l,.,fnn,,,,,0 :... l .1 I
seems tc have as many numbers as Solo.
inn vvivna Ti.iu 1 ti . I
........ ... vii.injjn mi mi instru
ment, but 'tis confoundedly trou-
on, to "your humble servant."
Audit just as difficult to preserve a
. dignity and to "keep the boy, in
while being momentarily eld
copy," whilo being momentarily
upon to obey the numerous calls of tho
numerous numbers that our instru
ment lias taken unto itself as it
was, no doubt, to tho
heathen slave, whoso duty it was to admin
istertotho numorous wants of tho nuin-
erous wives of tho man of God afore-
said. Wo havn borno this persecution
until patience has ceased to bo a virtue, for
we see that, with each succeeding day,
thocvilgrows, whilo we aro loosing, little
by little, that deep respect for sacred things
which precludes the possibility of uBtng
them in vain. B.:t, nevertheless, we proUmt
PHIEIIX DEUG STOEE,
GEO. E. O'H-lKA, Proprietor,
Cor. Commercial Aveuue
and Eighteenth Street.
NO. i5 EIGHTH STREET.
"THE CHEAPEST PLACE"
CALL TELEPHONE NO.i.
that wo shall no longer consider ourself
responsible for what the telephono may bo
heard to utter at the other end when a con
nection is made with number sixty-two.
The thing is too treacherous;
there is something radically wrong which
should be corrected at once, before it is too
late. It may bo too late, although wo do
not wish to be understood as making any
threats just yet. In order to guide those
who may be delegated to institute an in
vestigation of the evil, we would say that
it is the moHt virulent at night. It seems to
I "J "b"1 'num., iiil liny 11 taiK
sober enough as long as, according to the
almanac, the sun ought to shine; but, as
sadly droops the dying day, and night
springs from the glen, the moaning twi
light seems to say: "The telephone's drunk
A source of much annoyance to th
people ol the Second, Third and Fourth
wards, and also a probable source of dan
gcroiis diseases, are the slaughter hous
back of the Mississippi levee. Every sum
I uit-r they become odorous, the filthy water,
and gore, and intestines, and all manner of
I off il that lias been thrown out
I all through the w inter months,
I saturating the buildings ami
I the ground around them, and the pens for
I cows hogs and live stock "generally, begin
I to send forth a stench as ston us the warm
I weather sets in a gixd whiff of which
I would almost paralyze a pcrsou accustomed
I only to pure air. The men who own those
houses, no doubt, do what they cauto keep
their jiremises clean; they seek to
remove, as much as possible, all
matter that is likely to create stench under
the inrltii-nce of heat; but they cauuot
remove the ground which, through the
winter months, has absorbed everything
thrown upon it; they cannot, or at least
they do not, remove their pens, which, in
the changeful weather from dry to wet
aud with the stock that wallows around
in them, feeding upon offal of the
slaughter houses, (which sometimes lie-
comes putrid;, are seldom free from a
strong and exceedingly unpleasant odor
The men who work there who have their
being there naturally become accustomed
to the viciated atmosphere; their olfactory
organs Income dulled, and they
fail to perceive tho stench
that arises from their premises.
The foul, unhealthy breath of these institu
tions is not confined to its place of origin,
but is wafted over the city by a constant
breeze coming froru the west. It is a
generally known fact that, even through
the hottest months of the year, there is a
constant draught of air over the city from
tho .Mississippi to the Ohio rivers, and this
carries the nausiating slaughter house air
in a continuous pestilential current through
every street and every open door or window
standing in a direct lino with the said
slaughter houses. This is an evil of no
small proportions one which is not only
extremely unpleasant to a great many
citizens and a great draw-buck to the
city in general, in so far as it
decreases its healthfulness, but it can not
fail to be a fruitful cause of disease and
death. Wo do not wish to be understood
as rebuking the owners of the bouses for a
failure to keep them as clean as possible,
for we presume that they do all that can bo
dono to prevent the formation
of these disease breeding gases.
The tact is that it is impossible to keep
slaughter houses, sifrh as are kept by our
butchers, entirely free from stench and,
therefore, if the city is to be relieved of this
tho houses must bo removed. In
VintV ftf nil ll,n n!..i,....l .
n,i uiu Lin.viuioi,un;e no worse
piaco ' mat their present
could have been selected
they belong, by
t10 city, near tho Point
There they would
crablo nuisances as they now are. Wo un
derstand that the owners of h
havebeenofir ,H c
in,it ih,.mi, i .. ?
0 1 M,J would
l , . 1 Vl . ' " IT ' ' ? '
nouses, aim tins would bo but little. We
hope that this matter, which is by no
mcaii8an unimportant one, will have the
attention of those whom it concerns.
Mn. Wm. IIknino. Fifth Avnnuo. Chica-
Ur attributes tho cure of a severe sprain
5 y 0 JC"I8 Oil pain's great anti-
Tho man who denied that tho earth was
round, was tho same lunatio who neglected
to take Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil for his
sore chest and lungs last month, peace to
his ashes. Ho was an idiot, but wo hope
he had a Christian burial.
- GEO. B. O'BARA,
J. C. CLARK, P KOrKIKTOR.
Advfrlisimmli in nonpartil (not kitineii cardt)
f ft' liit'l or Ittt in I kit loninn, 10 ctnti tack in
itrtim, NOTICE.-Thti ladlt-a of tho Eplacopal church
are requested to meet at the reildeuce of Mr
C. I'lult on Saturday afternoon at three o'clock.
"IIMNTED -Emyti. dy to hnve money an
, bave thutr runilturit repaired and varumhe
y 1. r . Kllllf. MldO (iniiimlln nnrt linnui i,
dera hy mail or al the ahup w ill li.vu prompt alien
ACOOKINd STOVE for ai.-.wlth Iv o iron pom,
two hake pan and two prlddlca: will he lold
for ten dollara. Apply at llulli liiicllice.
JOOII RENT-Kot.n, a, fiiiiilf.ini unliiriilh
wltlior without board, at rr.fhin.bk- rnt,
Apply at Ilulli-iin hnlUlli.
V "TICK-SCHOOL ELECTION -There will bo
i.1 aujelt-rtlon held on Saturday, April Oth. at the
Aran huirinn dome, for the clntlou of one Trna
n:c in nruooia, lor lowiiHnp 1
I. M. LANSDKN.
OK THE CONDITION
Alexander County Lank.
Caiiui. III., April 4th, 1n1.
KESOl tu t.
i.osns aun IMKronutii tVT -rt no
C 8, and other bonda
t an on band
Ural l.-tate, outfit and furniture......
Expviiai. including taxea
-.. ;,-M in
Capital Kiotk paid In
Exchange k ci or.
IMarounti... J.?: mi
I'rofit and lota jMi 10 Earning'.'
.- till w
The above atatement la true and corrert.
T rlK(i.H. rreaident,
t , ., . J H WKLL8, Cashier.
Subrrilcd and eworn to before me thin 4th day
of April, IhM.
HTOVES AND TINWARE.
ALL SORTS, SIZES AND -STYLES,
Manufacturer ot and Dealer in
TIN, COPPER & SHEET-IRON WARE
ALL KINDS OK JOB WORK DONE TO ORDER.
NO. 27 EIGHTH STREET,
Cairo, . - Illinois
NEW YORK STORE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
The Largest Variety Stock
IX TIIK CITY.
GOODS SOLD VERY CLOSE
c. o. PATiEit & co-
Cor. Nineteenth atreet )
c ommercial A venue J
MILL AND COHHLSHION.
FL0UE, GRAIN AND HAY
Hlirhest Cash Price Paid for Wheat.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup
Sold by BARCLAY BROTHERS.
Larire Stock. Fresh Goods
Just Received. Prices Lower
than ever. BARCLAY BROS.