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Fl I lllTAMIOUMDTORllty
PURE CREAM TARTAR.
, 51000. Given
If alum ur Kny inJiirlniisriiilwuiiHveraii be; fonnd
In Andrews' Pearl Baking Powder. Is poe
lively PURE. UWng endorsed, and testimonials
received I mm such chemiHti asS. Dona Uaye, Bos
ton; Jl. iK'lufmitttinp, f Chicago; and Guatavua
Bodo, Milwuukeo. Never Hold la built.
Multijjau Av. 287. toll fc 2U K. WaUT
J, vary Orant li wurranted autia. ;
factory to Its wvarwr in .-very v. ny,
or the money will be. refunded by
the ixtrson from whom It vu bought.
TheonlvCuriwt pronouneM ti our Ifwdlritr phyalrtaas
B4 iajartu. to tho earor, awl t-ndorftwlby WIbi h
th " ru.l uomtortable and perfect CHUK CenaHatar
PUKE'S y MaU,Pats Paid I .
Headth Prawrvlas, Sl.BO. BtlC-Adjuatln. MM
Akdaaalaal (extra henry) SS.nO. Sandac. 1.60
Health Prrwpvlna (flae rautlh SB.CM. Peraaroe
Fsr sale by lradlasj Jtrtiill Iealre everywhere.'
CHICAGO COJWLT CO., Chicago, III.
Who want glossy, luxuriant
and wavy tressfs of abundant,
beautiful Hair must use
LYON'S KATJIAIItON. This
eletrnut, cheap article always
makes the Hair crow freely
and fast, keeps it from falling
out, arrests and cures gray
ness. removes dandruif anfl
itching, makes the Hair
strong, giving it a curling
tendency and keeping it in
any desired position, lleau
tit'ul. healthy Hair is the sure
result of using Kathairon.
State & Monroe Stu., Chicago.
Wlllttmt -nfni'l Uny svWpwi lblr
For Iwi, 0U wi, .Hi kiiynttingt
nr li'.ruutriu, ruiu. tapav ha-iia,
Si.n.b, nriiia IrfuorN Mat?, ud
itt, i-vniiirf iun-1 (Mima, iivtwmnf
i A wmi made! hotnehyb indut
ueet business now bernrs the
Capital not needed. Wa
I Hart votl Men.
I girls wanted vvcrvwheieto worli
u?r us, niiw ii mi nme. ion ran
work In pr' time, or give our whole tlniu to tbe
barnoaa. No other bualnc-p will pay you nearly
aa wull No urn can full to make enormous nay.
hr fngaselnirat one. Coatly auiOtand terma frea
Mone-v martin faBt. eaally, and honorably. AddrMa
TKCE A i ( Aueuta. mainn
Nelson County Whisky,
137 OHIO LEVEE.
PROPRIETOR OF BPROArS PATENT
Wholesale J!)ealer in Ice.
ICF. 11 Y THE CAR LOAD OR TON.WEU
PACKED FOR SHIPPING
Oar JJoada a Specialty,
dr, Twelfth 8treet and Levee.
CAIRO. ILLINOIS '
THK CAIRO VBULLBTW,
V; DAILY AND WEEKLY
Tarmi o( Hnharriptluu.
i ' , raaaor roaraaai i'i .
Oallrona year hj Currier....... -.f 18 00
fcrtrui. ui.cuuu1 ii paiu id aavanca.;
unwj, u;i yi-ar ny mail .
Dallr. una mnnth :
Weekly, una year...., J 0C
M'Bikly, A mnnthi 1 00
IWC'luln of flva or mora Inr Wavkl Bnlletla at
ona tin ; peryanr. II. wi
INTAKIABLT " TTNC.
All Commnnlcationa tbould h addraaaed to
Publtaher and Proprietor.
THE DAILY' mlEESTN.
Additional Local Items. ,
Ouoof Pittbur'acoil kings, Mr. Sam
uel Brown, wan at The HMlliisy Sun Jay on
bis way to St. Louia. , Ytsturday Oenoral
W. C. Pavey and 8'ata' Su'uator, baniel
IIogHn waro there Bmnn mber (Jiitio
guished BtrHngorj. 'J
The board nf dircctom of tlio IlliooU
Central railroad at its meeting on tho 21st
instant, resolved "that the thanks' of this
board are hereby given to the general , su-
porintendout of the company, Mr. K. T.
Jeffery, and to tho officers aud employes
ent;agtd under him, tor their arduous and
successful labors in prottctiu the compa
ny's tracks at Cairo, by "day and night, dur
ing tlie recent high water in the Ohio rivor,
whereby the company wus enabled to carry
on its businoss without auy intcrrupUon. "
The voters of Cairo can not afford to
support for mayor of their city tho man who,
when thoir homes, lives and families wero
in endangered by the late flKd, declared
that "it a single shovel full of dirt would
s'hvo the tl-d town," he ''wouldn't throw
it" they can not afford to vote' for this
man as against tho other, who was at that
very time laboring day and night with his
hands, and furnishing men, machinery, ma
terial and money to save the city from inun
dation. Tho voters of Cir can not afford
to do this aid we trust very few . of thorn
will be mean enough to do it. '
Tho building on Ohio levee, formerly
occupied by Mr. Jno. Antrim, and which
waB bought some titm ao by the Mobile
and Ohio railroad company "is now . buing
put in readiuess for occupancy by the
clerks and officials of that company. T6e
old ceiling was yesterday being torn down,
tho old flior will be taken up, the basement
will bo filled to tho depth of four , or flvo
feet with gravel,' a large skylight snd ven
tilator will bu placed in the centre of the
roof and run clear down to the first floor,
a new and clHffxnt front will ho put in the
whole building will be put in excellent re
pair and 'supplied with convenient and
handsome office furniture; '.V ' ' V , u
A CARD. .
Caibo, April 16th, 1883. -Editot
Bulletin: . r .
Please say that I am not a candidate for
alderman in the aeooud wnrd. . . ,
1 ' D. T., LlNEOAU.
History Kewritten. ! '
As Qtinon Klizabcth, ntk-nded by Sit
Walter Hah'lgh and a retinue of gilded
courtiers, was ouo Any walkinn; through
tho streets of London tthecame to a par '
ticultir muddy npot, which she hesitated
to cross. . Kuk'igh wa tibotit to throw
down bis cloak bofora her in order that
(din might cross dryshod, when be re-.,
fleeted that it was of" costly velvet ' lav
inlily onimnentod with old lace, and so :
would infallibly be ttpoiled. According-'
ly, with great presence of mind ho
whispered loudly to Sir Christopher
Ilatton that be had always contended,
and would with his heart's blood main
tain that her majesty had the smallest
feet and neatest nnkle9 In the world,
and that the calumnious report that she
wore elevens was a malignant invention
of the Spnhish court. Nor did the ruse
fail of its effect, nMhe Virgin Queen,
lifting her royal skirt, with almost ex
aggerated enthusiasm, went through the
puddle with characteristic resolution,
and haltW on the further side shook hoi
scepter 'under tho noso of the Spanish
ambassador, demanding of tho aston
" ishud diplomat, with a royal oath: "Are
they. elevens, you Romish do;P Art-
' they elevens?" O, T, L, in Lilt.
m a a
Said a wise old doctor at Nordhoff,
8t. Jacobs Oil is very much bough tof,
It's kept for the sake,'
Of each pain and ache .
That any one has ever thought of.
W. F. ualMDnr. n- artitArnt imm Dim,,,.
apd ateamtioat pauenifsr agtnt. Ordera for atl
klndaoriteamhoat Joh prim lug aotlr.lted. Office
at Bower's European Untel, No. 74 Ohio levee.
KIVBH ITEMS. ' '
The Commonwealth from Vicksburii la
due early this morning for St. Louis.
Tho City of Arkansas leaves St. Louis
this evening for Vicksburg.
The Uudson was detained up the Ohio
on account of bad weather and did not re-
port here until tO o'clock Sunday morolog.
8he received a good lot of freight here and
21 cabin passengers. ' Left for St. Imfc it
11:30 a.-m. tl ' ' '
The Andy Baum, passed up' for Cincin
nati Sunday afternoon. She hud 'irood
The R. R. Springer from New Orleans
arrived here Sunday night at li) o'clock.
She was light and left here tor Cincinnati
running like thoroughbred.
The B. S. Rhea from Nashville arrived
here Sunday evening at 8;80 and left at 4
p. m. on her return trip, '
' Remember the' Dramatic Festival which
take place at Cincinnati on Apr.1 80th and
continues until May the 6th. The steamers
Jss. W.Oaff and Andy. Uaum will take
passengers tbe round trip for 13, inctud
CAIRO BULLKTUfi TUESDAY MOK.MKd, APRIL 17, USS.
Ing meals and rooms in port during tbe
festival. This is oortainly a fine opportu
nity to take a pleasant trip for a small sum
of money, Cheaper than itaying at home.
7 The. D. R. Powell passed up for St. Louis
last night. 1 ' "
The U. P. Schonck from Cincinnati will
receive freight here to-day for New Orleans.
Passengers going south by , river will find
heScbenck first-class in every particular.
The Vint Shinkle from Cincinnati is due
to-night for Memphis. M. M. Deem, mas
ter. Tbe Golden Rule and Chas. Morcan,
both of the Southern Transportation Hue,
are on thoir way up from New Orleans for
Cincinnati. , . .
i Tbe Annie P. Silver left here yesterday
for New Orleans with a good trip.
i The R. B. Ilnyes, the new towboat just
built, and owned by the Mississippi Valley
Transportation company, arrived here Sun
day evening on her first trip. She was
greatly admired by all who saw here. She
loft for New Orlesns yesterday with a good
i Yesterday was a lovely day day but
business was nnusually quiet. The candi
dates were all very busy, each and every
one looking confident of success, but some
0 them will look quite different this even
ing when the result of the election is
i, The Cons Millar leaves Memphis this
evening for Cincinnati.
Monday Evening, AeniL 10, 1883.
Tho weather Is clear and pleasant after
the thunder storm of Saturday night that
closed the hot sultry days of last week.
The rivers came to a stand last week and
a rapid decline is expected.
The market is dragging In all depart
ments. Whilo some oomnioalities are duller
than others, all are dull with little prospec
FLOUR The market is dull and un
changed. Transactions sre confined to a
small order trade. ' '
HAY Dead dull. Plenty of all kinds
offering and no buyers.
CORN Tbe market is weak and move
ment light. All grades re in good sup-
OATS Prices sre well sustained but
there iB very little doing.
MEAL Quiet and easy. Quotations
are unchanged. :
BRAN Steady at last quotations.
BUTTER Common is dull but wo note
a steady demand for choice at fair prices.
'; EGGS The demand continues good ami
prices stesdy. ,..
' POULTRY No turkeys in market.
Choice chickens are very scarce and in ac
" APPLES-Market is quotably
changed. Fancy stock is scarce.
.' POTATOES Tlw market is well
plied and easier.
, SALT No Ohio river in market
Johns is quoted 1 1.15 to-day.
: Bales ana Quotations.
NOTB. Trie ptlrce ntre uiven are lor aalea from
V Sa handa In ronnd lota. Ad advaure Ir
. , enanrart for broken )nttnnilUKorlr
frXIrerloiia gradiu .
s was mi
100 bhla choice
150 hbla iKncy ,
luO bbl. patent ,
aatt atetaai a
Icara tfood Timothy
1 car Kilt edge small lialo
4 can mixed In balk
5 can choice In bulk
S can tn built-
1 carlo aacka
Ho. $ Ked, gur hu
Mo. t Medlturauvan ,
hhlaCltv In lota.
00 bbla City
itw note Country
S00 pound a Hontharn IlllnoU
oarpounaa nortbera roll
MXipoands Northern nlri"Y,'i
IWOpouuda HoutDiirn I III nofa
....M .......... ,
I coora mixed....
... .a w.4 oo
20 bbla eotamon
SO bbla HhalnUh Ma
I orvftl SO
..4 G0HR tt
ft bhla choice Win. ipa
tw ooia rancy winn.p
ft bb a choice (lenatlaa.
lackpaaked frntt.. "VoVc'lVtl
i , .i POTATOES.
Morthera Peach Blnwa per boata.... ,nn.
aoiithem Ilia, feach Blnwa per Vti.h I 7 l".
SOU baa. Routkarn III. I' nv a A7lt
Table awaat nni.iiut. n. kki "' '"
a xxna tin
...k.M...a, t utm
...lM . . . M...MI. ,. I .it. I
D, C. Ilania , is
Clear aidea 18
Hhonldera , f nj
. 1 Ob
2!( liaahel Itprlape...
S buahul "
eachea.Ualveeand uQartur..... HuAa
Apple, hrlirht , 7J
Choice navy ....
Chotcn medium ,
Cholc, ' factory,,..,,,.,,,,,,..,.
Dry Kllut choice ,
Hneen fa ta. drr
Sheep IVHe, nvea
.... ua a tic
.. 4 i 'ju ' "
... 'i JKVtt 7 "C
.. 7 Hvi '0
RATES OF FREIOHT.
! Bescned from I'eath.
"Illlam J. Cougulln. of Somervl le, Maaa., save:
In the tail of iiTfl, I waa taken with bleedine of tbe
lunira followed by a aerere toiiRh. I loat m p
petite and II ah. and waa endued to mv hed. In
1S77 1 wa. admitted to the hoapltal. The doctora
aald I had a bo e In my lungte blr aa a 1 alf dillar.
At one time a report wont aroondthat I waa demr.
1 (rave up hope, but a friend told ra of Dr. Will
lam Ilali'a Ba'aam for the Luukb. I got a hou ,
whin to mv surprise, I cornmented to feel better,
and lo-lay I ftl bettor than for three yeaxa paai
Another Physician's Testimony.
Bostok, Maaa.. May . 15R1.
I know parties whi have tried all kioda of medt
CloearnrLuue Diaeaaea. who aa that Ir. Wm.
nail's BiUum for the Lon
iga ta a complete aaceeas.
br.CHAH. fa. WOOD.
Tub glory of a man is his strength. ' If
you are weakened down through excessive
study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's
Brain Food will permanently restore all
lost vigor, and strengthen all tho muscles
of Brtin and Body, f 1 pkg, 8 tor 5
At druggists. . i
He coughed I he coughed ! His eyes rsn;
ne HiiiKeu reuuer in the tace than a lobster.
But "Seller's Cough Syrup" cured him.
Lylii E. Pinkham's great Laborafory
Lynn, Mass., is turning out millions of
packages or her celebrated Compound,
which are being sent to the four winds, and
tictuilly fiud thoir way to all lands under
tlio sun and to the remotest confines nf
William Woods, 147 Green St., Chicago,
Ilh, says: "Brown's Iron Bitters cured me
of colic and pains in the bowels."
Advice to Mothers.
Aro you disturbed at night and broken
of your rest by a sick child suffering and
crying with pain of cutting teeth! If so.
send at mice and get a bottle of Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth
ing. Its value is incalculable. It will re
lieve ihe poor littlo sufferer immed
iately. Depend upon it, mothers, there is
no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and
(Imrthu'it, regulates the stomach and bow
els, cures wind colic,' softens the gums, ie
duces inflammation, and gives tone and
energy to tho whole system. - Mrs. Wins
low's Soothing Syrup for Children Teething
is pleasant to the msto, and is the prescrip
tion of one of the oldest and beht female
physicians and nursea in the United States,
iind is fur sale by all druggists throughout
the World. Price 25 cunts a bottle,
f u all who are suffering from thw errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weak
ness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cere you, fiirk
of ciuittig. This great remedy was
discovered ty a minister in South
Hend a sell-addressed envelope to the Rev.
Joskph T. Inman, Station I)., New York
A Rcliiible Port Wine. .
Mr. A Speer, of New Jersey, whose Pott
Grape Wine has such a wido reputation,
and which physicians prescribo so general
ly, was the first in this country to import
the Port Grapo vines and to plant vine
yards of them and to Introduce the art of
making wiue from the Oporto Orapu which
is now the best wine to bo had, and has be
come a great favorite among tho most fash
ionable New York and Philadelphia
society. For salo by Paul o. Hchub.
Fou Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
have a printed guarantee nu' every bottle
ofshiloh's Vitalmcr. It nevor fails to
Voh Given Out. On receipt of your
address we will make an offer by which
you can earn 3 to $7 evenings, at your
honiP. Men, Women, Hoys or GirU can do
it. II. C. Wilkinson & Co., 105 anil 107
Fulton Street, New York.
Hek a woman in another column near
Speer's Vineyards, picking grapoa from
which Spnor's Port Grape wiuo la made,
that is so highly esteemed by the medical
profession, for the use of invalids, -weakly
persons and tho aged. Sold by druggists.
Dr. Kline's Gbeat Nehvk Restores is
the marvel of the age for all nervo diseases.
All fits stopped free. Send to 081 Arch
street. Phiiadelnia. Pa.
Uay Plour f'.i
yewt. fbbl. Vhi
A Spiritualistic Triok. . ,
Somo time ago, at a splrltualistU
seanectho geuulno urticio a . firy
hand was seen waving overhead in the
darkness, rushing from end to end ol
tho room with incrcdihlu swiftness, now
high, now low, and occasionally smiting
people on tho cheek with tho cold, rljitu
my contact of a corpse. In splto of the
medium's atringont, Injunctions that no
ono should move, n gentleman clutched
this awful npptuitiuu aa it swept nast
him, and, regardless of protestation!
and threats, refused to lot it go until the
light wero turned up. Then tho mcs
scnger from tho other world proved to
bo nothing more supernatural than" a
dirty, white kid glove, rubbed with
phosphorus and stuffed with wot tow,
this, at the end of a thin lino, was sus
pended from a lishiog-rod which could
lo reduced tclescopically to a length
convenient for the pocket. Thus tlio
medium could cause all manner of ap
palling "manifestations'' without rising
from his chair. Chamber? Journal.
If you aro a froquenter or a resident of a
miasmatic district, barricade your system
against tho scourgo of all new countries
ague, biliious and intermittent fevers by
the use of Hop Bitters.
Lddikuton, M:cn., Feb. 2, 1880. ,
I likve sold Hop Bitters for four yesrs
and there is no medicine that surpasses
them for biliious attacks, kidney complaints
and many diseases incident to this malarial
climate. II. T. Alexasdeh.
A Nasal Injector tree with each bottle
of bhiloh'sCataarh Remedy. Price 50 cts.
' - 10 ,
To The West.
There are a number ot routes leading to
the above-mentioned Bection, but the direct
and reliable route is via Saint Louis and
over tho Missouri Pacific Railway. Two
trains daily are run from the Grand Union
Depot, Saint Louis to Kansas City, Leaven
worth, Atchison, St. Joseph and Omaha.
Pullman Palace Sleeping Cars of the very
firest make are attached to all trains.
At Kansas City Union Depot, passengers
for Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico and Cal-if-min
connect with express trains of all
At Atchison, connection is made with
express trams for Kansas and Nebraska
At Omaha, connection is made with the
Overland train for California.
This line offers to parties enroute to the
West and North west, not only fast time
and superior accomodation, lut beautiful
ocriery, as it passes through tlie finest por
tion of Missouri and Nebraska. 8ud for
illustrated maps, psuiphlets, fcc of this
lit. w hich will lie in tiled free.
C. B. Kin.nan. F. Chandler,
Ass't Ihn'l PaAfl. Agi ut. Oeo'l Pa Agent.
ilucKieu 8 Arnica Milre
The Beat Salvo !n the atrrlit for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Fever
Hores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chilblains,
f.Vrns. and all Skiu Eruptions, and positively
cures Piles. It is guaranteed to give per
fect satisfaction, or money refunded. Price
85 cents pr 1k". For sale by Quo. E
Cirr ( lirk'b Orru a,
Caiiki. 111.. Maree t4ti,tm
Public notice la be rob given that on Tnead ay the
17th day of April, A. D. i33, a (raneral election
will he held In thrftt y vt Cairo, conoty of Alexan
der, ftate of f illnoia. for the election of tbe follow
ing rained ofllcpr, r zs A mayor, city cloak, city
trea-uri-r. rtty aMorney nnd on" aide man from
each ol tti.i flve warda or the city. For the pur-
pom oi ..in eiec iou p inn w n ofl opened ai ma
following named plarea, via:, In the Firat ward, at
the mgiuti hou.u of the Arab Are eotn party i la the
Se-.ond ward, at tbe engine honae of the Rough
and l(c'!y flrt eimianv: In th Third ward, t the
enjfinu nnii-e nr too Hibernian Bre company; In
tbe Fnorth ward, at tb court holme : in the Fifth
ward, at ibeenvine houaeof tho Anchor Are com
pany. hald oleetlnn will be opened at elirht
oc.ock In the tuornintt and eontlnae opened nntU
seven o'clock In tbe afterioou of same ray
By order of the dty rouorU. 0, J. PoUT, "
Proposals for C ltr Printing.
Ca ao, III., Aurll Mth. tPtfl. 1
Scaled propo.ala tll be received at this office B'
tofmee InKofihe city council Tneaday May 1st IU3,
fordoing the cltv prtnting for the tear ending
April 3 ith, 1781. aald hi inoit Include lbs coat of
publishing the cmrcll proceedings, ordlna-ca
and notice of all kinds itn-ericd by any city oTIcer
orbyrdorof the cltyconnc.il, al o all apeclal a-
aoaament notlcea made by commianloncra whether
appointi d by tbe city council or countv court. A
good and aufllc ent bond mn.t acrompaov bids.
Tho right to reluct any and all b d reserved by tbe
city. O.J. KaLY,tliy Clark
Notion to Vmtr.etor.
Orrics or C tr Ci.saa, 1
Cair ), April ISlh. W.f
Sealed pronnaata he received at this office up
to meeting of trie cltvcunncll May lat, ISS.'). for far
nlfblnvKiich lu her a t.l.e citv may renulre for the
yenrendirg April a lb, IRSt. Said Inmber lobe of
good nnd sound white or burroak. whtor vellow
pine or cyi re, and fn o from sap or unsound knots
aud of auch duautirlons as ma bo required, and lo
b.j delivered In urh (iia ililmii at such times and
place, within i.he i i'ni ile limits at tht commit
tee on atree'a tnsy dir. c . A gnod and sutHctent
bond must accompany blila The rl;ht to r Jed
any and all bids resorvrd by the cttv.
D. J. FOLEY, City Clerk.
ORDINANCE NO. 114.
An iirdlnanc.il grHnrln? permission to William
K ' ii io to erect a frame bnlldlBg on It ts Ml sud at
block 3 cny "f Cairo. Bn tt ordained bytba
cltir council of tbctty of Cal o:
snctton 1. Llcuis' ami permission ! rarcby
("intcd to William Kin to to erect i frame hind
lug or. lots '8 and 8t, blcckS'. city of Cairo:
Atp need April 1H. A. . IHfiH
N II. THISTLKWOOn. Mw.r.
fot: 1). ,T .Hi l ev. Cttv Clerk.
Published In Cairo Dally Bulletin 'April 17ih, Ihs3.
OUDINAMIK NO. 115. ' "
A.t ardtnanco granting imrmlsalou to L"'il far-
Vk-i-i to erect frame building on lota 1 and P, block
;i(. city of Cn'ro. He tt onlnlnoi by the c'ty
coiMK'il (f the cttvuf -Calroj
Aection I. License nnd tiernilsalou Is hereby
jtrnnied t'j I onls Herbert lo erect a fra're building
n lota I and i, hloi k h7, citv of Cairo.
Approved April IS, A. IV ISmS
N. B. TillSTLKWJOl), Mayor.
alitoM! P. .1. Hot.EV. Citv Clerk.
Puhllahnil lu Cairo Daily niilletln April 17th, lSSI.
ORDINANCE NO. lift.
An ordinance granting rertnleslon to C. W.
Whftiler to i-rect a frame building on lots 15 and
IS, block S8. city of Cairo ' He It ordained by tho
city council ot the city of Cairo:
Kcction I. I.tcenao and pe.rmlrslon Is horebv
srantcil toC. W. Wheeler to erect a frame build
ing on lots 15 nnd IS, block VS. city of Cairo
Approved April in, A. T ISSS
N. 11. Til ITLRWOUD, Mayor.
Attatt 1) .1. Fm.iv, City Clerk.
Publlahediu Cairo Dally llulletln April 17lh,lHS3.
OKPISANCR NO 117.
An ordinance providing for Ihe appointment of a
city comptroller Axing bin salary and minting l
his amies. Ho It ordained by the city council of
tnu city of Cairo!
Unction i. That there alia'l be appointed by
tbe mayor by and with lha consent and id vice of
the clt v council a city com ptnuter .
feetlon2 The city ci nptroller shall be paid a
alary of Ave hundred do lars per annum payablsj
monthly In the samo manner as other salaried
orncera of thee'ty are now paid
Paction V Ha shall p rrbrm all lbs duties bow
P'osortbed by ordinance or that may he bfreafter
raquliod hy thaelty . onncll.
Approved April IS, A. D. lRffl,
, N U.THISILKWOOO.Mayor.
Attest! D.J Foi.tv. City Clerk .
PnbUsbsd In Cairo Pally Uilllstln April I7ta, IMi.
LLINOI8 CENTRAL R.IK.
Shortest and Quickest Route
St. Louis and Chicago.
The Onlv LAne Kuuninu:
O DAILY TRAINS
V From Cairo,
Making Direct Connection
raatca Lava Citiiu:
;Oo in. Mull,
Irrtvltigln .Louie 0:45 a.m.! Chicago. a :30p ui,.
Connect g at Odin and afllugham for Cfncls.
Qatl, L lavlUe. Iudianapclia aud p"lnts East
11:1 i n.m. s-U. Ijouisi mill Weatsru
Irrlvln in Ht. Louis 7. nap. m., and eonntctlni
for ail points West.
3:50 pn.Hat tixpresa.
F'irbt. Louis aud Chicago, arriving at ft. (.oil.
lu:0p.ni., and Chicago 7:t a m -
3:60 p in. CinoinmUi H'.x iirrxiu.
Arriving at Cincinnati 7:00 am.; Uxii.ville 6:
a.m.; Indianapolis 4;G k.m. I'arrenxr by
this train react) the above imtat. 12 10 Hi
tiuL KH In advance ot auy other tot. ce,
IHP-The 8:9(1 p. m. exjirexs has PULLMAN
iLa,EI'N(J t.'AK Cairo to Cincinnati, wllhoat
changes, and through s 1; pera to St. Louis and
, Fast Tirno Knst. -
PtfCQPlHrPru h' ttl" "'"' K""ir"0u to East,
a. aoZlll in ern poluta without .u 4jay
raoaed bv Sunday Intervening. The .Saturday after.
ooon train from Cairo arrives in new Yo-k Moudav
nornluK at 10:3.'i. Thlrty-aa hours lu advance ol
v other rouu.
iy For through tickets kntl further inform. Uoh,
apply at IDluols Central Kallroed He(ou Cairo.
J. II. JONKh.Tlcset Ageat.
A. IT. HAN HON. (inn. I'm. Agent. Cblaato
lajKCTION, t. acoIH" curs forali XJiacbanrae.
tlngmg, Soiartlug ae J Palrfnl 6n.i.ti(;os of Uf
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81 OOPl''tti. For ft', br ,u dna
aista. or aaitt bv F.xtreaa on rs-
I CMIttoflirl", JOHN D J-A.'i.C At BOrfB
f 17 and 177 8vi aiu.ireHt CINCINNATI
OHIO Fisus raeiition this caper. at
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Electric Appliance are tent en 30 Diyi' Trill
TO MEN ONLY, YOUM OR OLD,
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